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WEDNESDAY, FE3I'VAY 23. 1 37
1ERMS OF SUBSt'lITPHi:
One Year. in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 at
the Erpiration of iI Months.
Advertisements.-Per Square, first in
Each snbsequent insertion. 50c.
AD, Contract Advertising at redneed
Genuine Early Rose Seed Potatoes
at Dinkins & Co's.
A deposit of Kaolin has been discov
1 about sixteen miles from Black
lie in this State. It is to be devel
The State Supreme Court has de
cided that Trial Justices have no ju,
risdiction in cases of petty larceny.
The convicts for the Penitentiary,
six in number, were carried over
this time at the expense of the State.
A saving of about $50 to the county.
Mr. F. N. Wilson has been in Or
angeburg for a num4iber of <1aVs in t e
interest of the Equitable Assu'rancc
None of the merchants of Manniu
pay for their names in the paper ex t
cept one and a drug house.
Mrs. Avcock,'the mother of r. Ja,:.
H. Aycock, died on lost Saturday, at!
the good old age of 107 years. Mrs.
Aycock was the oldest living person
in the county.
Mr. Charles H. Nelson and MissC
Leo Melle Broughton were married on
Thursday evening the 17th, at. the
home of the latter, by Rev. James
Miss Lula Hurst, the great Geor
gia wonder, was married in Chatta
noogn, Tenn., on the 9th inst., to her
manager, Paul Atkinson. She has
accumulated about $250,000.
Fire eaught in the dwelling of e
Mr. W. H. M. Dysoin on last Saturday I
afternoon and destroved the greater I
portion of the bedding ad n, a-y alI
the clothing of the family. Fortn- c
ately it was discovered in time to save
J. D. Alsbrook, Eso., editor of the
Bennettsville Chronicle, has been in
town several days. Mr. AlsbrooIk was
called here by the sad death of his
The last issue of "Dixie." Dublished
at Atlanta, Ga., comes to us in anew
dress, new cover, and presents an im
proved appearance generally. "Dixie"
is a progressive magazine and its suc
cess illustrates the ability of the South
t, maintain a capable journal.
(ATARUH CURED. beut-n on I ,W(
breath seenred. by Shiloh'-;_tarrh Remiedy.
Price 50 cents. Nwai.1niecr fee.
The mercharts of Sumter aaverbise
liberally in their home papers and V
even extend somtimU.es their p:r?
age in this respect to neizhhorin~ge
towns. We never hear of a Sumvtertte
coming to Manning to trade, bunt the
people of Clarendlo go in lar:.ze tnumn
bers to Sumter to sell and buy. 'The
reason can be plainly discerned. t
A few days ago a colored man rode
a mule to the railroad bridge, at
igstree, and hitched it at the south e),
ide of the river, and then walked to
town. He was detained till late in aq
the evening. When he returned to a,
the mule he found it dead. It had a
entangled itself with the rope and
was choked to death.
Two of the parties, Bacchus Rich
rdson and Jerry Smothers, charged
with breaking in Rigby's store, at
York'rille, in this county, on the 28th ~
of Januarv, and robbing Major P. T.
Carraway of $100 and clothing, were b
apprehended at Sumter on the 18th
and brought to Manning jail last Mon
Mr. D). H. Witherspo~on in a saluta- z
tory last week, announced that he had s
succeeded Mr. S. A. Nettles as editor3
in chief of the Clarendon Eiderpr..
Mr. Nettles has for a number of years 3
edited the Ente'rpris~e, and through 1:is 1
able managemnext it becamle a proun-i
nent journal -in the State. He I
will be missed among the journal- lia
istic brotherhood. To his successorIt,
we extend the iight hand of fellow - ' V
Deputy Sheriffilreath, vrhile hunt-f
ing up t'he highwvaynman in Austin
Township on Sunday, says the Green
ville News, was astonished to find a t
citizen on a lonely road placidly plow. -
ing. Inquiry developed th..e fact that
the farmer ad somehow lost cout,
and was hard at work, believirg it to
be Saturday, and fully intending to
t est and go to church on Monday.
The thoughtful report of the Gratnd
Jury, published to-day, is worthy of
careful reading. They have recomn- e
mended some necessary changes in l
our Court House which should forth-'
'with be attended to. We hope the y
Grand Jury will remember that they
have a right to recommend, and if
their recommnendations are not ear-a
red out then, to present the oficer
whose duty it is, for neglect of duty.
SHILOR's VITALIZER~ is what yon rneed
for Consumption, L.oss of Appr't. Dizzi
ness. and all symc plowu' of Dyspepsia. P7rice
10 and 75 cents per bottle.
Mr. Isaac M. Loryes, of Cha'rleston.
was in town last week visiting~ is pa
rents. Before leaving Mr. Lorea
paid his respects to the TDms oflicea
and kindly left the card1 of the fim het
is connected with, Lois Cohen & Co., a
to be advertised. Louis. Coheni & Co 0
are not strangers to thiis cour'y, and '
Mr. Loryea expresses the. wi shes of
his house to increaw thei'r pa.:-onagec
among the large acquauace of lhin
self and family here. It is a relitniei
house, and or'rs entrusted to M1r. 1
Loryea will receive his prompt and
The annual meetng of the Armer
which has ben ad vert ise cnu u
ly in this rp-ppr for the lasiorr wee
will take place next S1:turda i
Court 1House. ThM m(in isI Imer
tant and is expected to be iterestin
and benee tLe promnoters and e:trues
workers of the associadon hatv en
deavored throughi the public print t<
draw a large body of the farmers on
to the proposed Imecting. New o!1;
cers are to be elezr-d and other inter
esting work will be done. At the be
ziuning of the new year those of thi
farmers who intend uniiing them
selves with the association, next Sat
Irday is the time they should b.- pres
Iilt and add their names to the roll.
THAT H.ACKING C0m'1 caln be P'
lumct'v c-ured by Shiioh's Cure.
A letter in the Post-office here hat
his foreign address written in Span
sh linguo. we guess:
"den Hern Hern Tvmtho Kurmiak,
Nnnink P. C.
Seentre Strit No. 214.
North A merica.
It first reache'd t1iis conniry at New
?,rk and has since wandeIred t"c Sun:
er, anville, and ne C. 1u:es to 'da
1ing. But its not to rest Poi. st
s soimewh-re in the Proince of Can
.J, and has accordingly started it
Died -,t Trio. Willia:nsburg ounty.
n Tuesday the 10th instant. Mr. J( -
eph W. Aiwras. The deceaSed was
>orn in Suwt County on the 10th o
)eccher 1-:4. At an arx he
awe t" Ckreidon, and has resii-et
ere contnu ously ever sine. raisg a
irge family of children. Of a quiet.
Aest dis;position. Mr. Alsbrook ii.+
harge-d the dutis of a citizen., hon'r
bly, a Ad with an unosteniati.us sp
wi Ikept miany of his good 'ed
om the Ces of the wcrl. At. the
eginning of hestilitie betwepn the
orth and South. Mr. Alsbrook enter
I the Ccnfcederat e armnv. nd did
titblal service until peace was declar
I. His blood was shed in defence of
is country at the battle of S - c
ines, beingy severely wounded in tw.i
laces from the effects of which he
ften complained in after liFe. When
Youth conf iessed the relig.eon of
Irist i uniting with the :\fethol
t Church, be coitnued a consisten
,ember to his death. For several
ionths previous Io hi athi. Mr. As
rook was engaged i:: saw 2illing at
'rio. The na ladv which took his 1if
-as sudden, and before any of lis fain
v could reach him, he died. The re
Iiins were brought to Manninz
'hursday andl iaid to rest in the vil
ve burying groard.
Te Sanmter Adqcree has been
leased to honor the Tioms by copving
n arile published in its cohmuns
ver the capion 'AQ Timely Query."
Sis most remarkai. v;ow the coin
i of the .i. ' binneb-d in
stting" up" a p rtiin of the article.
e patrt rieferrcid to reals tim
"The T1:.s. last summer. joined th~e
wrus1 extolijna the benii of a prop
dyV condctedCa... lo inturc ssJt
on, and hatuents imw th-e careless
ess and inzdifferene.- displayed by thie
rmners i-i :niewing their organization
The :Jdcance has it this wvay:
"The1 TIimeCs, last summer, jine'd the
af and laments none thre cres?
d idgnrene dsplyedby the farmw
s e.cloihe' benetits <' a ;pe:riy in
Y,owin thior organ iza:ion to (collapse."I
In another place the Advance makzes
le TiMs ridiculous by contorting the
ord "proscription" into "prescrip
on." Yerily, the type setters and
roof reader of the Adtnance were on
SLEEPLESS NIG;HT, unde misemblec
y that terrible congh. Shiloh's Care is the
tmedy for yon.
Ladiesa who are looking for a maga
ine to meet all their requiremnents'
bold see Danr-s MThidyh~ for
arch. It has just arrived, and, as
sual, is full of information and
musement. Nothijng seemas to be
aft undone to umake "Demiorest's" the
ost popular failiy M[agazie in the
orld. There is nalwas somnething to
iterest all, fromi the younlgst child
the "head of the house.". This
nober c-ontains a ver striking~ wa
r-color picture (Tue Two Majesties).
'he serial, "Ala Ruat?riain." by
[. Rider Haaurd, author of "She"
te.,. is a w~ eerfl storv of adventure,
s are all of tis 1 wrldreouned au
or's productions. The other sto
tes, arties, and general informiation
n all household matters are too nu
meroums to mention. ThUimaz~lineC
as~ LakenI a firm stand on tile Prohiib
,io) question, wtiichf makes itppu
r in families where there are boys to
Xuenze. Nor are the girls f irgot
, for the departmnient oi"Our Giirls"
Cmainis useful advice to them. i'ab
shed by W. Jennings Denmores', 17
:ast l-.th St., New York, at $2 per
WILL YOU SUFFER~ with Drypepda~
ad Liver Comlp:aint? Shile's Vitalize-r
rated to enre you.
T HE CITY cU F IlE S.M) D GiL.S.
Fui:rox, S. (2., Feb. 21, 1887.
AT ITMid'.- ALTAn.
Cpid all arm'di : a ce-r:in za hre took at
fair- vestal"- *
ud the eplogueC to another play bhy
be 'blind god of love, was spoken at
ne o'clock on Thur csd-y, February 17.
Jieu Mr. Chmarles. Nelson of Oak
ud, and 'ti Leo Melle, eldesi
Laughter of Capt-a J. J. Broughton,
eere united in hly wedork, by Ier.
aes MlcDowell, '-t tie reddIcee of
he br'le>. father. W~e are t'oo i:nper.
eet. a mpe>;.or . . biies5 fod/fns to at
empt a desCripuoun of the handsomec
1211' 1 I w' or ' .
i 0r A2~ '(o shjiic
-A anun nme of WaC
j. 1c.oinand mus (UII. 0-,r ;life
1011 atqeuiaiace xvilli1 (;t'tvn
, o iti's frtif1v. atnd file hallowe d
A.s of friendsh1ip fi'nuAi widi 1.5s
lioit, obtuitled fa' ui; a hknot ilP'jttaiWol'
At plittring array of cosily boridaJ
presents wer~e Olisjhlza\'eCl; they wer
beautiful and elaborciiate. The snicre
tuous wedding, Oiic". 'ag mamtcn
a' fe, st. ilt for theC gods." A tt~
'I " b 'th 1"0WC.s i~
n'r ou'i ' it
0 O"'~) o~La bas O''~ha
asti .o!f -1U blu Oli'itissa
C-IDft1 O f~~ L!-.)ltl' 'i
;1i ,)W ' 01i ttlis iO ''i s
The est' t'' iii c ' % a O-&0
mo t s' il his hope ti.a . .. o
Lr Eov of '111m may A'ii" V tO''
!V ' ij:,ty "n loUIl y a 0'.! tIJ 7'1 t l
.4IVI x &*-(lwt o
bi'.'eiu2 ore ~as u~- ,s :Qerof
alC\1121 a.1S "'en.c and i ( ie:'. 'to
sotn(i ~s. spet eve day her- ;s, W oca
nhat in!~'o' Natir gwv'd us. gran'. ie of
call (ire "1 sevint-er v entl. ll ah
iy 'uo j'i,"t ifl .e it 111)der- I
prvent' it. We- ca" li - eni
The PmntyiConemsioners/K.K toi';itet.
.w inri tae x1folil ti:is crO
\eCilIT woie :' (O to the ii:ren
e~e inn (i Vf y levr.1 i. : .
. 2) UI- R!" 11'N D.
c 'hePubli : iers of ?I li
.y f:rtw le al: r w rs in
whil -As the following:
'We will give -$20.00 to the per-son
te lling US whichi is nhe iile verse
i i N t ame:t '!-ipt u (not
ip 017 \eI. 1 CiOV
:.-.-::er.. . b t.h..... -.:1-.
b) ziidd Th mone: wt!! hI Z --
wardeto tie wont-r .ure wi.nu.)
K%. Perses:. : rell v . r
:m::4Isen Dsi ive rpsa
SO i :is )11 :1
. S for ir
Lo'd I'o ApU 1r, wA, hth a
ISAAC 1. LORYEA.
St 0c c SS.
ECONODTY IS WEAIr=LjTm.
All that you wish to use during the yea-r,
by subscribing folr
Containing Sories Poems and other Literary at
istions. combinin Aristic, Scientific, -nnt House.
old mattersA. Illustrate,! wvith. Orig-inal Stcel En-an.
lgsPho-aractres. 0 L r yicturea. and ine aood.
Ans ar it the:ModO Magazine of America.
EAch ruruer contains an order, entiaIn the
ider to the selmcton or' au)y pattern iflStrEatdin
ve fashion departmcnt in that r.nmer. i any df
e sizes manufactmred, making- putterns during
IIbea~ *of the valuc or' over three dollara.
'AHtt Couo wish to us duicrtiny thebyer,
byE~DG subcriOIngT forasun
Contaiing Sories P e . and the it. erryort
oldmbate.lluesdraelwir gin a tmstelr av.
ngs, Phtorvue. Oi ' ir s. C.eWod
ns, ol tte M~oelj, Mazieoria
efashiondprmn (in tatI sr.umber.:nany o
heszsmnuat1d mak cCingtten-um
e absopsetogive considrabe attnint
aend went cnt fo t curent abrwi
atten Cut and' yo ill caml sjubscr
IDieo Do llar fo ya and getatet mes svle
ii a~ 17 E..ith St. Ne York.
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j.-akv Latk, -w u w...... i 7, V A. . V.6 r . 101 .N
ArrveWimia a An..:-.. P. - 11- 25> P-.
N,. 2: ind -. stopi at all si.-tons excpt Ri bt, E efne-:er, CLLe SaN nah, Waterec
Piszngcrs for Columbi:a znl all points on '. & . R. I. -, 0. -\--t . - II. stations,
Aiken .Tauwdn. .nd all points beyond shuld take No. 4.S. Puliman Sleeper for
A.gu.-ta on this train.
J. R. XEN JOHN F. DiINE,
Snp't Trans. Gen'l Supt.
T.i.i.EDi~ ..ON, Gen'l Pa.-engor Aznt.
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- 1 : *-* ' , A. 1I N o . C7r:11 '(1 d s
. 1 :1 i e nnto with C. 0 S. R. 11. "r aV.:
n 1" CFl'hi a pN ew
York. ml :.1 -.
No. Gi In-.l :1: orem- wth tr:. n co \m lc,ljro and :.11 poi'nts (n C. & D. and
& s. iro:".
J. i. KEN., . . DT 2. T.1.....'-.
uolde~n ain Whisey!
9"I: PU.TE IPODUCI OF THE CIOICEST GRAIN, CA-EFULLY
seb.1 ~ :(i rs1h!from the in, v:.si, :m . dstld by an impr'ved process.
"ic.h ami't N:: ur:' (rain i 1r. Brigt Col'or, and Snioot!h, Relis'lisome Taste,
v in no::ton . WIwi soPn as a beverage, effectual as . tonie, in
a :nd pe -:eIS for I use; .hvays u.iform at the
stn adoV cl-e. .
No. 33 EAST 78-r S-TrTRji,
:;EW YOR'K. OcT'onaa 8-r, 1G.
W. A. SINCL.ui. F.-Dear Sir-in 111 answer to your note of this date,
n im. mvw:t 1f;invr is ~ l-s for .O" r uns. I wc-,i' s1 tiat I 1ow rIcowl
nIlh e Ge-OL: DI' GRAIN WH'ISE'," to a [ o, m.- patients. I have
ill -sted i mi :nwx I - ,i r . pr. Of flue 11avo:-, aud altogether
suceriur to :vi othe11r irand t'a I have mit wi.
' ars truyI.-, J. 1". LANE, M.D.
The Finest Liquors, Se~ rs, anid Tobacco, DISpensed at
THE: MANN ING SA LOON. a t Carlestoni Prices.
GROCERIES! 0c0oc3:33 (+ROCEIRIES!
Candies and Confectioneries.
Ladies'and Mi2sses' MILLINERY GOODS in
Mrs. Edwards' IS THE PLACE !
Venable's Bdue Jeans E
---Made of Finest Old
reb. 2. 7
.' n - '" e . -i1"4e'
wokr. We. . : tFa
tm.... r..'.1~v i II ini t. a i .a.hus.i:. in thr U
S r !:. .!.. WIad
I , .. :c ar - an
~ ~i.'~1f ' ~ r\ ref. - r o mader. ~ . t e.o t
.1 IW SI, C. A. SNW& CO..,
- c'n -mer~o ,Xi;..,p.'
t nh C(. .mi, (.Cort of
Ukre:dn Vt. k Common Pleas.
Henry I.DL id linif
Eiza .th nes, Elen VaNb, Sara2 ..
David, Georhe J. Brown, .mreliC. C. R
ardisoln: andv 3f-try Davidl. Ellen J. Davia4,
Jth v I d, Eani -1. D;avid, an.d Ann.,
N O-ICE Is HEELTT CIVEN TH)A2
und r ud by virtu- of an order (
Judge T, B. Fraser; date-d January 11, 18 ,
made at Chmubers, in the above stated cas-,
I will sell to the highet bidder, for cash, .
the Court Iouse in M.anning, in rAid Coui.
ty, -.nd Statc, within the usual hours t'
s e on MOndLy the 7th day of Mar-t
1887, a certain parrcl or lot of land situi-t.i
in the Town of Ylanmng in the County ./
Clarendon and State aforcsaid, containii-,
one acre, more or le.-s, known as the "Ba~
field lot." and bonn 'ed as follows, to wit'
On the I-ast by We-t Boundary streetof sai :
Town f 3Ianningt. south by lot of land,
now or fm nuerly. ::e property of Miss Mary
E, Set -r, anU :..ld on alother side-+
by the proporry for. ierly ovenipied by Alfre-3
Se:..:r anl fiaiv. -ad sail !m be owned lv
the wi:-i:d ei!... a of the s;aiid Alfred,
8:tz:-r. The narc' of la:.i thos describe.t
t'. ':hol; c t:te lot orierly owneJ
by IV. A. Barfiel.
Pu:-chaser to pay for papers.
H. H. LESESN]V.
She:-iff Clrendon County,
Feb. 2nd, 1887.
Of H BAER,
Wholesale Druggist, Nos. 131 & 133
Meeting street. Chareston, S. C.
Dealer in Drugs. 2edicines, Foreign
awl Domestic Ceniia- Glassware,
%Spices, trushes, E:ientia! Oils. Sur
Iieal Instrumets., 'erfumery, Fancy
Goods, SIOW CA.3S, of all sizes,
,,)( all iticles usually found in a
'irst-closs Drug House. Prices low
Quie : sudes nnd smIl prits.
F. N. Wilson,
INJURANCE AGEN T
MANNING, S. C.
GRAND, UPR!GHT, & SQUAREL
Tone and Durability.
1.585-New Orleans Exposition --Two Gold
Medals for Upriglht and Square.
I881- .~so (Ms.) E%,postion-First
Frize for Souare Grand.
1sS-Palris Exposition-1or Square and
I870.--Pmhi. lelplua Centennial--For Squarey
Upri.:ht and Grawl..
A110 alSO (VVer
200' FIRST PREMIUMS
at State and County Fairs.
liave the &-' lorsement of o-:,:r 100 differest
Coleges a. .'achools as to their durability.
A laree assortatent of Srco)NP-HTAN Po
>s5 alor.as on lan,1. G;.neral wholoae
v.:onts for Palae:. New En gland and Buw
Pi,mos 'mn d Organs sold on easy monthg
Piar.os tahe~n in exthange. lso thorough
v rep:aired. Stndi for flunstxaed Piano er
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street,
Fast Line between CU.(RLES'ON AEP
CoLmtA .ND UPvER SOLTE CAROLINA..
Gosa VEs-r- GoING EASr.
.210 K. r.Lv. h(arle:ion, S. C. Ar.-9.10 p.2.
8.0" "Lanes, " '" 745"
9.3 8 umter, " " .42 "4
1.40) " .r.1Coinmb'ia, "' Lv 5.7 "e
3.2 ."Winn,-boro, " .4
7.01 Lancast'r " " 7.00
503' "" iRock Hill, " " 2.022 p
(.15 " |harlotte. N. ('.1 " 1.00"
1'.48m~ r r. wbeirry i. ,. Liv 3.04 P
2.aI - "t11renood. " 13.44 "
4.4.7" [ Andrson " "1(.22
5.35" i Greenvne, " " 9.45
41)'*a i a br~." "11.05"
3. * ".. ,y ' iUm."" 12.10 px
7.1 Jo I - enider. 11'NC " 7.00 A x
Cn 'Sind-'s trin? -: dt leavo C.harleston,
'. C , 1.5 A. h r~ Colrmomt:a 1.00 P.
Ei Returning l.rc Coluwia 5.27 P. M.,
So.!:1 TrI.s hov. .n Cherriton and Col
mi.S. (. 'sp*i.. 'arlor Cars r.ttached to
.bis~ train bt.-:: har'.et.n and Colum
a.No extra e: rge for seat in themie
-.rs to pnss.engAi .lding First Class tick
T. M. Exrmisos,
Gen'l Pass. Agent.
J. F. Dxvo,
can live at home, :.nd make more
:Ine a t w ork :'r usi. thanl at any.
tinzg else in tY; wcorH. Capita,
. do ; voa:-e .17- fr .. Both sex
3: :D d. w: 3.-:c. l>to work
ar ea-in:; m-c --om the fir.t i'tart
(ilv " a. : ..frc' wt:r r.ot de
av. 'ss vo:w.:: te, an Vi us our ad
I v~ill beat th.Court Hlouse (Clerk's of
lc), the first Monday in every month, to
Jlow persons coauirn of age since the laste
.lecion to Register and to attend to other
S. P. HOLLADAT,
S"Per v44' of .I>gistration, Clarendon