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THE MANNING TI1%IM
WIEDNESDAY, .AU ST 1 83 7
T E!mis OF SU-sRPlN
0D e Ya. i n XAdce. : - 1 $2."0 .
.2sr Ccntract 3vrtising atreul
,. A. Academy.
P.. GUenbow-Notice to Teaers.
J. C. Launlham-SuaertmaU Acad y.
J. C. avhew-Marbie Works.
3Mrs. W. J. Clark is
Turnip Seed-Fresh and Ge ie
at Diajkius C.'s Drug Store.
Mr. C. C. E e ies friends regret tre
he is a uite slek. The encam e
did nUt agree with im.
Rev. W. 1 Workman of the -w
ington ehurch preacbed two se)riOus
in te Prsbyterian cliurci here last
ais Iaria Coi:1.ors. wh) .-as been
visitir.g in Chrlest. hs returned.
Miss Ida McICus, of COarleston, ac
companied Miss Connors hoie.
Dr. A. I. Barron, of York, father
of B. Prest Iev 31arron, Esq.. and Mrs.
F. N. Wisor, is better. Mr
Barron returned home this evening.
PERSIAN INSECT POWDER
Death to Ants. Bed Bugs, Moths, Fleas,
Mites, etc., at the lowest price, at the
Drug Store of J. G. Dinkins & Co.
We have given our editorial space
this week to the lonathy connuuca
tions received. Our correspondents
will do well to Cultivate brevity. Re
member scineedy has said, brevity
is thesoul of wit.
Messrs. S A. Rigby, Ferdinand
and Yitchell Levi, have gone north tr
purchbase goods for the fali trade.
Mr. Moses Levi, instead of taking bh
annual northern trip, is rusticating ir
the mountains. His sons will repre
sent him at the northern marlets.
A mare belonging to Rev IT.
Mood, was ridden from the Methodist
Church yard during service Sunday
night by some unk-nown party. Shc
was found last Tuesdlav morning or
Ir. F. 1. Barwicks plantation about
six miles fro:n 'Iauning.
A competitive examination to fl1
the beneficiary vacancy at the Citacel
Academy, is appointed for ihe 6th oj
September. Besides tie list of ap
plicants previously published. WC
learn that Messrs. A. M. Brailsford,
Jr., Walter Eichelberger, and Ashby
. Moore, initend to apply.
Prof. 5. 0. LanharN the principl
cf the Suimmertoni High Sebool, anfl
nounces that his school .will open or
August 29th. Prof. Lanhamn is a suc
cessful teacher ; his school is a good
one and well patronized. He enjoys
the full confiden~ce of his patrons o:
Summerton, and anl others whose
children have been under his tutorage
His abilities as a teacher are wel,
The Guards returned home from
the Encampment Saturday morning
wearied and fagged out. On reach.
ing their armory, their renmammin
strength was spent in giving thre<
hearty cheers for Captain Levi. Hi:
mauli- and~ gallant treatment of th<
Guaras while away, completely woi
The Manning Accadmy is adver
tised to commence the fall session or
Monday, the 27th of thce presen
month." The prospects of the Acade.
my are as bright, if not nmore prr
ing than heretofore. Prof. Nettles
the Principal, has engaged as his as
sistants, M;iss Josie MrcLea, an ac
complished educator, of Marion. am
Mrs. S. A. Nettles, whio is as atec
er of experience. Th~e record of the
Manning Academy in the past imerit
for it a liberal patronage at the open
ing of this its eighteenth session.
Tuarnip Seed-Fresh and Genuine
at Dinkins & Co.'s Drug Store.
The County Auditor has just comu
pleted his abstrac~t of the real and pei
sonal property of the county whichi
an epitome ot the~ returns for the pres
et fiscal year '80J-7. Our readers wil
no doubt be interested in the extract
from the abstract here published. Th
number of acres of land returnedi
432,031, valued at $687,420. Si
thousaud and seventy-eight builin
are returned, valuned $3 (;i,960. Thi
is country property. The town prof
erty is estimateJ separately. For:
ton property is returned at SS.83
Su ,nmertou $1.250. Manning $100(
02. This makes the total real estat
of the county $0)58,04U.
The personal property of~ the cou:
tv, as appears by the returxes, io.s u
$573,748, which, is divided ..s follu-.v
1,140 horses valued at .37M,237; 3,
cattle v:Gued at $29,:3G3; 1 .,58 miul
malud at $103,7'J5; 6d4 sheep an2
goats, $672; 5,191 hiogs valued at $9
m-5 2999 watches valued at S,:391
10 mau:i:cai instrumewts, vdued
:5.95S; 1,857 wagons, carts, buggies.
and e:rriages, vafued at 4 1,833; 1.726
* o)gs, valued at ,17,260; merchandise,
vah;d at sS1,634: manufactured arti
cles 1,025; machinerv, i.4,273;in m .o
Istock, ,.,772; ralroad pro
I Lr2 t'vhe\uit tlious ol si 1ith
-r a pro rl.ty togetaher wxith tht
c0e 1;Iin Esczal veatr, *064 A),i
wh~ole -toperty of the ceounty. melud
inC, ,vesul ndrira at"
: ! 1 . Th'.e n1umb er oi
pt Vdown at 21,Q17. A e ple u
or the two yars wil prove verv
a t!) ort' taxIavers. In m 1y 1'
I i' !I'( 1i11--1'G11 WI.! C 1 I
vrr y grown in one year 1.01i
ni gi~O f s:134,2 15- wort h of
er v.r IOm AL iuE.
On' ~ccoi C 1Y1nsSotCZ :)ihC I
t j' cr' u 1 0.1 P to-:tvad l To
tve te b ru of areanhw. lHe -
rhe rine , G ilint~ wsti the prels
iaud'or has ccom22 she th,:ot1.
Woe cano .;e. rtig owat'a
..am hna........r..s n~ir'.e
T HE NORMAL INSTITUT E.
Our School Corpublises
a cirular letter to-daye addressL toit
o the teacoers of Clarendon. He Cl
quently urges te teachers to 0a attend
the Iufer-County Institte to be hcld
in Sumter -: the 22nd of this mont.
We cIunot add anything to iht v ' has
been 1o well said by Major Be now. IN
Ever thing in his circular is enforsed
inWe ope the tea1oers will atte d N
meeting of the Institute. It is very p
acoareet tIt le free scosl s steh
othis coun ty is weak and inewicient;,
tha it the foachers, or a nd ority Of
hems tove little oducation il compar
isowih the real attainments ati aI
lv requiredI of a traihner of child"ren.
In a word, tne whole thing mit with a
he rfeet truth be pronouned a fare.
The pinful knowledge of this fact ha,
induced ths foratiou Of teachers' i- j
stit utes. It is the greatest reaedy we
havr and should by all mneans bo pn- f,
couraged. It will elevate tne teach- L
ers and theiir profession. It will help
fit ther ior thaei work and is the
manto~; expemfl frmethes prnds si
thes uneduinaplcatedieoto per-n
esaying: 10ducat eong. sWel
havet se a-copye' in thei prork:m of
the gintute.I in assyninetg, s
and reits crdi onh:Mr TJWild in
Professors11 ttle Cs, Ltanhm ango~Sd o-1
ed to'. assist i coding the Ini- n
tut. of. ~nt a trusdess sido to :
te eourCd n tahers noion.
and..X n uurain; aditi.o and sub
etage .s Prf.Lanami to trideachy
tih~e fong To whamt eent shold
e mostvrofitable; wt. sho~ld~ tom
th gudn pr gil mh asigin aes
s.ruct.in.he.essetl of tgoor.d scoo
are D. Suel A . r ofFoe.e
Prf.G EdwnStckL.n~' S.Me
'wins Re., John Kershaw, Mir.s
Clud aotni o Maryc Gia; h (o um
ter, S "A and alo elrt e trnishdiby
the ~1 StteSuer niden aofrEduca
Hain i. our' lodcha capatecity als rxim
mto.-e, benasd toist andc poulde toef
ieetini-noss of uMmny airn rteices to be
re'tvof inf..edifus F-rs, iu. th :
herbys lruamti andu;. hU1VC aieen C
throgl u - drn thel be at T;:- ~
must e'icacioun stn he sprt(.Daa~ of the
. d. Arm son.;, o s ~ tDann' tt ILII p'
J. A.I Oppi:~. li O. C' Ir. jl )I i', 1
Ed ..asmtions ii tmes.In,
eruio. W. B. &nhat ee Prncipk
coif the 1aer. ?thi
Foirsion is th.ou an can; i.elo
is awaystopsideup. .
On larsto, Frida evnug.acodn
Tie people of I oreston h:V0 (IO.M
ell ineec ing Pro'. Domsun p
:11 of their -:e -,.Iii aI it i
1 t - .:- o velCli- q,:lyhin t o 1r
uit: !d.i eto tie 1e t i
-suee beenI u' l pr-u.;'J
ajor. C. Loid of Foreston was il
o te vetn le reIrt th<
Oretoii cor 1 ill in fine condit ion
The cmmitee of 1.m gruld jurvi
e stil at. h w ci i i
: u -dIay h" iy wml aklijr un. I
e et tlenienct is "iale bewe te
casurer lonl C 1hc
ThI .rot. gar wi ld the
;a 'ctllrion oil Weducday th<
C. M\tyhr-w an-d Son of Colu M4'ia
Io. '1-: r. l.':'aift appeas to'-d.a
s cu )eI (l'\l' uya':r t.:ir p'a
.And To The .
Ti' I han;ut '.Vgestive app'aratLus Ts
e of t I~im mst comicaicaC andvn
r"ial tizin -.in 0dStence. It is cnii. -
. put o'nt o! orier
as fo tou fodi'' IT , b:al cook
-. n tA wrrelat' - as irrie
- h~bits. :Ind many other things
Lchi ougi-t no' to i", have made the
HIericai people at nation of dyspe
Bat.G r-' gt Flowe, h.
me a wonearful work iu reiorn;.:
is adi~uinssand~ mnaking thec
merietn people so healthy that. t:eity
' eni'v thir mels and he hppy.
. . B (tGen' Au 1ust IIlower
health and hapiues t' the
pop. Akour dVora ru'gis for I
IS, ELIZABETH CA'TH ERINE E[RVIN.
'orn, February the 19th, 1821. Married,
vemler 21st, 1841, Cal.. Home July the
The0 daughter of the Ite Capt. Jarel J.
.eson, size was irought up in the home of
ents, woLi&' g'2nial and generrousi. ho");_
tv . h1h .a for i'tnorab'he
re .nd Chri;stian i otdvoene rded !oM
ny. opprtum ties. and many ph-:s, rabi
IV::,s in early lite. At "is home o
r fther, Ulcbc 1iver, Clarendfon County
C. Shi ws bapiily toarrita t
itherspoon Ervn, E nd shanri in
S jov, and soothing Lis sorrows, sa w
trngall hacr wie lo ays his g
g cmpalion. To themn were boru m
as and :.hrce datunht:.rs, who survivt I r,
'Iw-=u shele= ae all the loving eazt
a thoughttl, christian nh "hi
red to see l of ier children leadi. us
1, Christian lives. How bl'sd she a
ovedJ bv a husband wh'so prOnd3t pt-:'
; and gruate.st care was to protect her gvun
. Spint, guarding aznst all that nfl
idIly disturb ; supporting ber in eve ry tr.a.
a loved hv her nobie sons and her bea.t:
1i daughters ; respected and estelned wU
fetnate regard by h:-r frienas. i&
n :niet life gdven to soothe her loved onet
ntil 'rrowvs s~elf grew calm ;Charity no
tere fraitful ozr kind than she, it seemued s<
:ting that this tender wife', this gentaI
totie:, this kind ?rend comforted by ho
sban's, he'r sons' and her dau..;hter.
.ing t(are, and her friends thouzgh:ful ,re
rd, shoul gietly breathe out the li
eting breath of her life comifortedl by:
"o dud she love, and so dispense h&:
Whether as the wife, the mother, or th
No single virtue could we most comu
E'.riv in !ife she united with the lBrewing
)n Prsverian Church, Clar -ndon Ca.
. under the pastorate of the tiey. J. L
nrtetto. ',r. L:'vini was arua, tu :an
lers of Moonning, and.' iiere h d h
'ii i'aeame :setubers otf the P.resby;te"' a
lurh of the town, which was then au.
'.er since under the pasorate of .RP -T
leo-i..After along res idnce her
cy ?:ove'd to \lorg:aton, N. u.. lver shi
i'artd this life. Tihe beauy of ie ".i"
te en i-.ed in t.'h'ns love-.ne--y n
Lie sAw (God's 107:- and goodne s, 'n'. Pe
s" '.l0"o it out'':.the upic yCh 1:
Itra h o'ps of the.~' '0'ta. ' '1 '.4
n. ' 'h Lo- is round, 'ba" hiC el
c j f'm ,' veu -c fo e r. '"e mi" -' w'
r . uselndedi t het. (e al
-:v my spiri:." r hy *iii
........ t.ri..T....l a
,. i b: l ie - to th '= ebo.byh
- c.Ia1 &\--t~h--1 rede::i sf I '.uel paG
1u '. , .rtin .: . .*er ~ no thi.
kin ..t'L.i. ~
Th anD eaie DIM n rrtneoMfi
T~s.' !ri .nC. ad a-:.Oeil.TE tIA"
w of :.11di i tenrd wth te assarIIee a
deair ine oiriier ald res ei t on
o g: "i.anp Ar,
F., LTsiMO E, d. U.c 8.roin A.
Ati3c]-e atnd CoinselIor at Law.v
A., ~ u~i1,. IL
ANlf A"I ril V-YS AT o
??UI.. UE AUluT N
G t ALIIIF LS at Law.
DEAnuLi S. Cl.O
0Ni.c Ont strQli! Swinth fcourt
'll una;sind rcoxz!c'fniofrs law.,
t annia- , S. C. c C -7
I 1&URA:6 ram Ja
I ANNINO.c;--l fl St-h. - (3. o
:aCt-r an-dE IIUG(UNS, it, .t
; riu Oh t;ag 25on~L c. -1t-o:.ou;
The POLcrInC rcZETTctfnll beT'r mil
wevesi tra udajc c~l in tllie
Mannin , S. C. nycl
1 niu Sttc (Cfor& tllrtc-CL mon!ha.iri ~iI0'
CIRCULAR LETTE R.
()v:.r:: ('or-x-r Sc::noI, Co:MMsINE14,
)i.\ xN NN:2, S. C., Augus
I /,||i Teri' -(, m fiTru'ii's ftj (''nre 'I'n. ' "
-t*io :01 ti 1r n to b uil rya d i c e s h d m i'
n t it tr ' T1 to~na''-'
t e i Ih t 1t::I1
t ;i I eQ. . .3tr
t; i .1 ;..: . 1, 7 1 1 I
Y . r '
I t h i
- f I' V.C
wil t pr;vg 1:,. inV 1: 1
wh o f Qt ' i t :
lje :,1: t).-i .. -.- - - - -
A GRADED SCHOOL FOR BYS n GL
EI;;iTI:.Nii SE.Si.N BEVZN, 3OND.'Y, -IU.Y T A s I'
The course of inistrution embracing ten years, is designu to, furnih a lib
eral education :uited to the orUiuary vocation:;of life, or to "r students for
the Fresboau, Sophomore, or Juni'r class of cllges.
PL.N OF iN11tCT HN''.
Thbe most approveut.-:t b':: ar use .- a:
esseutntd in the class room. The ent:1 o a nuz.Or ii
of each i idl. In a!'.' work cr:0, ili 1j s. N, t v t" t t.
extent of ground Cm o'eed, our inoylto 3y 'Thr
this cund, we" d-ll ~ reeure thrS evr jo 'C.. .; o fpi 'L t'
clss reeitatin th'n c.sewhere. Nordlng' h 'n? .so Wa s
e ? i iii7 1'V : SO I
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Bea m aloniayton i y 0, =-2 .................----------------.
E DESiE EPECIXLLY TO URGE UON PARENTS AN
uxGuardians the greatt imporhltrce of Laving then cmirenat sc;0o0
1rompiy the first lav'. The s ;dint who er lte 7 a 1t zbrs unt ser:ous
1isadvaltages, :nd'seldom tikes timt staud in his class that otherwise he
would have taken.
;11 a'o hert v . LL,
Thc Principal feels iuch encouraedal the hearcys -: St
school heretofore, and pronises renewed c.rL's to iake the sichool what it
should e-hiRT CLS in every r0.
F or further par'ieulr-, send for catalogue. Adres,
S. A. NE--LES,
ilg Ct I R.. Z.
Carriages, Euggies, Harness, and Wagons.
S.th-.) ('or. 1 eein. Went orth Streets.
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SIX-OO0RD SPOOL COTTON
COL. u~ -N1
inre AY.a a- c o
r. tZp e I 1ur s
.- ti :
B1N. A1TUJ. .
oco-00 W HY .70 T171-00o
- 1Incorprated b heLegi-lature of
a~~~~~~~~ ..- 17 --Yadiirelb -dn ui
[ n im . n srttenf i a a. I s -
- - - 11itlntrto.Tahn:yT er adA ua
i t - prael N-e hat Ot1 .r'. tea'l by tf 9ty unly. ( 1 al n
- - ,ennamn/ full m:.rmat,on and te.rirnLonta31 fre.
c'. JL~MUI(. 1A.,ita 1 . 5uuTvV
ciatica, Scratches, confrats&
Lumbago, Sprains, 1usch=
Rheumatism. Sfrains, Eruptione
Burns, ,Stitches, HoCfAls
Scalds, Stiff Toints, Screw
Stings, Backache, Wom4
Bites, Galls, Swinney,
Bruises, Sores, Saddle Gah
Bunions, Spavin Pm.
THIS COOD OLD STANDY
accomL'hes fr everybody exactlywhat 1.clared
forit. one of zh rcasons for the great popularityet
the Xlustang Liniment Is found In its universal
appIm1nbiit7. Everybodyneeds suce am duine
The lumberman needs it in caseoidanl.
The Housewife needs it for genernf=amiy use.
The Canaiernoeds it for histeamsand his ma.
The lecbanic needs It always on his work
The nulner neodslt In case of emergenCY.
The Pioneornedsit-can'tget AlonlgithoutS
The Farmer needs It In his house,)is sab
end his stock yard.
Tho Steamboatman or the Boatmoageft
It in liberal supply afoatand ashore.
The Horse-fancier needs it-4t Is b esb
friend and safest reliance.
The Stock-grower needs It-it win aave hin
thonsands of dollars and a world of trouble.
The Railroad man needs it and wMD need It W
long as his life is a round of accidents and dangs.
The Backwoodsman needsit. There isnolb.
In :like it as n antidote for the dangers to 11%
limb and comfort which surround the pioneer.
Tho Merchant needs it about his store amng
his employees. Accidents will happen, and wbe
theso come the Eustang intment Iswanted ao
Kee aBottIeiuthe House. 'Tisthe besBtat
Keep a Bottle In the Factoy. It ens A
use in case of accident saves pain and loss o Wa.
Keep a Bottle Amways In she Stable
use when wanted. ..
Th Th F eiof Clarendon:
I an the Agent for the Cel
U is mehiery is direct
.-..... %tory nnd will be sold at
th Far-to:'w Prices. It will be
o the' a~dlge of purchasers to call
I n me b.-re~t b~uying.
M.:NNING, S. 0.
Feb. 1N 187.
I e' ?'''to be made.CttiLu
adetrn to us, and we
n d~~i: t ilprtanice to you.
- - elusrness which will
b n" ;t" woi.-y right away than
n * woria. Any one can
nd. ib-e at homje. Either sex;
-'ijn. ne-w thtat just -coins
-s . W We will start you;
1.Td is one of thegen
- evco a hrectime. TChose
ente' rprising will not
-......... re. Add~ress TRUE &
S -:il .)e preared to
...-...n c t e. to yotafg men and
r olhges or acade
et W. . ONI.I
GRAND-', UPR!GHT, & SQUARE.
U:NE i::'ASSED IN
T ad Durability.
-...-- ". :p ction-Two Gold
li--fr 8icare Grand.
7 Pri .position-For Square and
k hlilhia Centennial--For Squasrey
U-ph. right and Grand.
'20 FiRST 1REMIUTMS
a~ :i; Sat and County Fairs.
n: ofwr I' 0 differont
ho Ua to thnr <iluability.
\er, NewEng:nd a'nd Euir
.: : - :, ld on eas~y monthly
a n e e, als~o thorough
h-n. S, . :ud foir Illustrated Pinoo
a pry tet