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THE HvAMINGI T411,1aZ
WEDNESDAY, MAY 25. IST
IERMS OF SVRBZ('i" ) :
One Year, in alv::.ne S 1 . , -2.; :i
dhe E piration of Six :.Iont:s.
-- Contract Adwvrtising at
Dr. S. C. C. Riehardson,
we reckon, the iinezst corn Crop in U
Rev. Jame-. NcDowell pr 0-e a
Tirzah ai unpastorated ch urch in Sura
r county, last Sunday.
The account of the Grove S o
)ienic in last week's Trs, h
have been published !as a com
The season fo r o-tI cutting-ls ab.
arrived. From the widnaw
TDIFS OfdCr is a p.tch sUffer ig for
Sevcral of the N cun- mien of Tn
ning attended agrm :dh s
ence of Cpt. A. 'U. Brai)Vr A I
ton on Friday evening last.
Married on Sunday the sth int,( 4"
by Trial Justice J. W. Fleming, Xr.
John Corbett, of Sumter county, to:
Miss Hariet A. Evans, of Clareaden
Mr. J. W. McLeod has been draiwn
on the grand jury to serve at the July
term of the-. United States District
Court, which convenes at CharlestoI.
Dinkins & Co. ar egc-nts for Hirse.
burg's Diamcnd Nonciangar:bLI
tacles and Eyeglasses. Every. pa:
Corporal F. M. Benbow vi:cl
Ianning last week. He r-turned wit b
three prisoners, Clarendon's May co
tribution to the penitentiary.
Rev. Mr. Duncan will preach at
Dudley Station at 11 o'cloek S'ndy
morning, and on Sunday afternoou a't
4 o'clock at Oak Grove.
The presentment of the Grand .TurV
published last issue, is an iitelligent,
practical, and business report, most
complimentary to the foreman of the
Jury, Mr. F. P. Cooper.
From reports of farmers from var-i
ous sections of the county, the crop
prospect in Clarendon is better than
it has been for years. Espeziail is!
this the case with the cotton crop.
On the principal business street oF
Manning, there is a vacant lot, which
is conspicuous for its nakedness. A
store on it would be a good invest!
ment for the owner, and certaiuly a
great advantage to the town.
Governor Richardson has appit
ed Messrs. C. S. Land and L. K De)
Schamps delegates from Clarendoni to~
the Inter-State Convention of Farmers
to be held at Atlanta, Ga,, on the 16th
of August next.
The Abbeville Xe~die n says: "We
have 2,524 dogs in this county, valued
at $12,270 for taxation. An increase.
of 318 dogs from last year." Theiy
are taxed at $5 a head.
A delightful smoke; "The Manning
Guards" 5 cents Cigar at Diniis &
Henry Owens, colored, was commit
ted to jail by Justice J. J. Bragdon on
the 23rd instant. He is charged with
assault with intent to kill. Before the
incarceration of Owens the jail was
A happy marriage took place at the
residence of Mr. W. R. Carpen~ter, Sr.,
on the evening of the 19th. The con
tracting parties were Mr. James Har
per Mc~night, and Miss Sallie Car
penter. Rev. James McDowell was
the oflciating minister.
On Tuesday, the 17th instant. Mr.
John Tobias, of Foreston, while un
loading his tram of large lumber,
threw offa piece which struck against
another and rebounding, caughlt his
left leg and caused a comvinuind
fracture a few inches above the ankle.;
A new publicatton entitled the
Presbyterian Quarterly will be laid be
fore the public at an early day. It!
will be published at Atlanta with~
Chester the headquarters of the busi
ness manager, the Rev. George Sum
One of the dignitaries of the court
house was a raving volcano yesterda.
His boistrou~s conduct was due to the
fact that he had ordered a set of pro
bate blanks from a well known Charles
ton firm, and received in return a
-ho f indictments for assault and
rassault to ravish, etc.
M.James. Hen-y Harvin, son of
M.M. L. Harvin, who left Ciarendon
several years ago to live in Texas,
died on the 6th of May at Herne in
that State. This is sad news to a
number of relatives and friends of:
Mr. Harvin in this county.
The only religious service held in~
Manning Sunday, was at the :Method
est church. Rev. H. 31. Mood preach
ed a fine sermon in the morning to a
large congregation. Rain in the even
ing prevented the Union service at
the Presbyterian church.
Mr. E. 0. Ingram, has gone to West
Point, to be in readliness for the intro
ductory examination for admision
into the fourth class of the Academy.
If he passes successfully tisi examina
tion, his footing at West Point is se
cured. Good luck to ye, old fellow.
Two British steamers colli' e: c in a
fog of the coast of New York, on the
evening of the 19th of May. A num
ber of persons were killed by the col
lision, and several drowned in the con
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)e i ihr honor S.
a rc s ex liil Cy o uI- - -,
D lni ( Co. The4. c T oi'irt
its -wue. Tt Zs a sledi sm-ok)
L is11 uxellt d by any rid ceot e -
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Mis ~j;;j~t -'1
Iin fr lli the11 charm. 11 ,Gin Ide
fCiaptain S. . 3IcCary. wasmr
~ed ro ir J r. Lockhar at. the
4ans iBaptis.t Ch'ureb. on Suoday
orning~ the 13thV instnt The 0ille -
im oni the XohlowigI Thura~dat
w of the C:pin '%'s da glitars was :i:
in from iliim o' .. .1 in u
vl"o lives ncar L'nes. .le . N-.
r lii.ss was 111 deand on tis iausi
icus occ::S-on, a so.
AN ice-cre-un andi c fescival i
moitat thI cGrove AcYdei2 o
i tahe pa ..e. J. proceeds of tne
yrening are to be given to the Thor:
el or~phan..ge. It. is to be hioped1
sta liberal rr'o' age will rewarda
.iuorv (31 las M\r.ndar igh. the
fnnng (nIrds, afte discussingth
neamment deeted a emuiLiteeLv- to
ij for their fiend . Th e pini will
e held aiss0on as the unIirs arie
iud being ia ti~e hiands of such awel
known connuittee cann:t be other
an a success. The following is the
->mmittee: A. Levi, B. A. Johnson,
. B. Thamecs, L. A. Ai~pelt, F. Livi.
The recent change in the schedules
f the Northeastern :!and Wi1lmington(
aroadis, is a great inconvenincLC 0o
ravelers on the '2entral .ioad on
nwhere on either route' towards
Frence. The~ fast Ctral trai1
akes you to Samter not miany iu
utes after the florence train has Ilt,
ad the local freight caris you~ to
Lanes where a wait of everal h'our
has to be majde for anothe freigh
train, w'hichI has no acco:uuodiati:'ns
but an old box ear v.ith a co' bing
stoe and if you are in .ace:. at old
hest, box, or rickety stool for a seat.
A gentleman with journaiistic pro
clivities. thus writes to the TL
my G 40. -. C . .) :2.18 7
iring a~,. s4ub-r mo; wS h D m,
to rtr' from your im.:per asIC. M r
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Iachef arti!mte by on.Vn my n Di
tio a yur ow o a 4.1.-. u 4 .21
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aIt isfathest from Mrp . e' . a .lcin
:es'ite..ntlio toi' vaca .Iuj 1noi
will be given pr--per attat~in
The wrthy Scol Con4.aiiui~r
f Clendon1 hasta ren1r4ale turiap
atch. It is theC tturnip anli not the
tch tat is remaraie. Fromt the
ic?: m~ustaLrd seedL size the tur.nip~s in
wo** herculeani derhe proset~'& ,d nuo1
~rvc. A t'M sen~ to the turSP
ongi'ug' to th S.ebo't C. 41 I'. o Sg
-aiv The gate .4o the' turnip p) I *ea
in an unfor...i...i meinent was left
4.t f an~d LI~e ' .ls4aw str'apdI. thither
a thought'esl fell in.1~to one of the
elis caused by the removal of the.
turnips from1 out c '0ound and~
broe her nee :. .'a 1Varamr to [1ns
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: 27 P.k Uo:.ueD.\t X at A:alv Jun:tion wih" C. &S. . MU. for iavannah
N 7 an.d 1 5 r Oiln rito Wiinin' . C.. =.kin- clo:;c -onn,,(ct;-in -with WI .&
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J. . MLY J . . DNE T. M.)N TlSDIE NN
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I il be at , the Co.,t Houe (Ch-rk's If
of .A.bi.e- .
pe.P . OL LriD.\.Y.
:;npervie of Re-gstrationChrend.
IsR. 3NAaRSHrL y L &CO.,
-%T ~ H.\RDWVARE MER11CUANTS.
'A Tm o -:: . Charleston, S. C.
LOUS COhEN 1 !oil" -I l e Aren irs For
fiveTA t:' DN Ty n cLOry uSato Uts &
allw v-rsil MIMLI( f sict, t~--b t WA TT 11L01GHS,
1.-, SO'S PLO'GUS
DOWV LAW C(OTTO PLANTER
.ND G ulANO DISTRIBUTORLs.
Iron. .\.-. rrows and Cni Roman
of ~ ~ ~ ~ lo Rigs1ain lridl z".stoc WI bun J Ie'
County. 1'. 0.ades ml. S. C. GalvaniL.td Fenee W\ire, Cham!
p-ion 31owers and Ne~apers.
mAA M LO~YLA.CHXm FONa.\Me. C. vr
TYe, o, ou~ \vP b.
so~le ag-ents frthe celebrated ARCL 1A TI"
Colom B .. .C
m:1P T; 0 ri:. T.
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v.ft r.oe wil ibI
Sciatica, Scratches. Contracted
Lumbago, Sprains, Muscles,
Rheumatism, Strains, Eruptions,
Burns, Stitches, Hoof A,
scalds, 'Stiff oints, Screw
Stings, Backache, Worms,
Bites, Galls, Swinney,
Bruises, Sores, Saddle Gals,
Bunions, Spavin Piles.
THIS COOD OLD STAND2eY
accomplishes for everybody exactlywhatisclalmed
forit. One of the reasons for the great popularity ot
the Mustang Liniment Is found In Its universal
applicability. Everybodyneeds such amediciney
The Lumberman needs It In cse of accident.
The Housewife needs It for generalfamily Use.
The Canaler needs It for his teamsand his men,
'The Iechanic needs it always on hlis Work
The inerneeds it In case of emergency.
The rIoneer needsit-can'tgot alongwithout I
The Farmer needs It In his house, his stable
and his stock yard.
The Steamboat man or the Boatman needs
it In liberal s:priy alloat and ashore.
The Horse-Ifancler needs It-it Is his.best
friend and safest reliance.
The Stock-grower needs It-it will savO him
thousands of dollars and a world of trouble.
The Railroad man needsit and willneedIts*
long as his life is a round of accidents and dangers.
The Backwoodsman needs It. There Is nota.
Ing like it as an antidote for the dangers to life.
limb and comfort which surround the pioneer.
The lerchant needs It about his store amtog
his employees. Accidents will happen, and wheom
theso come the Mustang Liniment Is wanted atoCeey
Keep a Bottle In the House. 'Tis the bester
Keep a Bottle in the Factor7. ItsImmediaW
use In case of accident saves pain andoss of waS15
Keep a, Bottle Always In the Stable for
use when wanted.
Fast Line bctween CuuXEMTox AX
Co.a AND U?rPr Soe'r I CACOLnouA.
72 r%. . Lv.KharlestoL. S. C. Ar. 9.10 P. ..
Lane, " 745
!).:;3 l aSumter, " 1"6.42
10. 40 " r Colmui: , "Lv 5.27"
2 . . 1 Winnsboro, " 3.48 "
4. - 1Chester " 2.45 "
6.05" " orkvlle, " "11.45 A M
.91t " 7.00 1
5.03~ M lckHl, " "-2.022 P
(t.15 " liarlotte, N. C. .00
2.413 1 r. 1Newberry, S. C. Lv 3.04 r
.4' " " reenwood, " 12.44"
O.: " Lanrens, "~ " 9.10 Ax.
4.7"".nderson, " "10.22"
.: "Walhalla, " - 8.20"
7.1 .| Haderson'iNC "503
(in srndays train vwill ledve Chaleston,
. C. .4 A. 3., rrive Columbia 1.00 P.
M. I.er:-ning7 leaves Columbia 5.27 P. M.,
arr~'iv Charleston J.43 P. M1.
Sol i Train br -teen Charleston and Col
mb~ 8. (. Speha~ Parlon Cars attached tot
tis 1-i betwee n Carlescton and Colum
'i. o ,etra charge for seat in these
cars to passengecrs hling First Class tick-.
T. M. E:runsoN,
I ~.~.Gen'1 Pass. Agent
Dr K BAER,
Wholesale Druggist, Nos. 131 & 135
Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Foreign
ael Domestic Chemicals, Glassware
spices, Brushes, Essential Oils, Sur-'
ical In-truments, Perfumery, Fancy
Goiods, shOW CASES, of all sizes,
and all arlticles usually found in a.
First-claiss Drag House. Prices low'
Qikslsand small profits.
T he underrigned respectfully offers his
serices in this and adjacenlt counties as &
Lad Surreyor, and nwill faithfully execute
watver wor may be entrusted to him.
J1. E. SCOTT.
3aning. S. C., March 16, 1887.
GRAND, UPRIGHT, & SQUARE,
Tione and Durability
S5--New Od erns Exposition-Two Gold
Medals for Uptight and Sqnare.
1881- Bosto~n (Mass.) Exposition--First
Prize for Square Grand.
1878-Paris Exposition-For Square and
187OPhiladelphia Centennial-For Squarm
Upright an d Grand.
And also over
2-00 FIRST PREMIUMS
at State and County Fairs.
IHave the endorsement of over 100 different
Colleges and Schools as to their durability.
A large assortment of SECoND-HAND PIAN
os always on hand. General wholesale
Iagents for Palace, New Enlanid and Bur
de t Organs.
Pianos and Organs sold on easy monthly
Pianos taken in exchange, also thorougha
lv repaired. Send for Illustrated Piano or
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street,