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One Year, in .-:ance :-.: or
the ErpiratiOnl of Si' Mon-'l.
AdvertiwsetS.-l\r Square, first in
Eaa jc eqen inse rtion. 5e
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p~ Cotrc .ve~rtising~ dt r a
Notice to Credtor. -. Levi.
Sheri aesH H. Lc.cefn:
Dictionary Hld-Iers -Ln~erne NV. -N"C',
Mr. Henry Dill, of Br:inghan
Alabma, is vi itlg a4 . . .Lide's
of this county.
RED Ma Toineco. Our town i,
excited over the "Ted Moat TobaccQ."
The best known. Ask for it.
Salesday Monday passed off quietly
The uroperty sold was bid off at nom
inal Prices by the pa:rticsiterested.
A pIcasant moke can be had by
a good Cigar for a aiekle.
Mr. James G. II. Setzer has accept
ed a position in tie ;1ore of Louis
Loyns. Mr. Setzer is an old cler",
and very competent.
Mr. P. W. Wiudham has been em
ployed by the sheriff to take charge
of the j'il'i4 the place of Mr. J. L.
Master Chovine R. Sprott left this
week to atten(d school zat WoEord CUl
lege, and Willie Dais left yesterday
for the Citadel Academy.
The Cclumbia Pister says: "Sher
iff Lesesn., Of Clarendon, was in the
city vesterday. His erran'l hither be
ing the bringing of a lumitic to the
The Treasnrer infoms us that ].e
hias cer-d his settvlhnt with
the Conptroller -neral which was
eitirely satisfactory to all paries.
The comnmittee of the grand jiurv
appoitedi to enDne the books of
the County Ofieers are now engage
completin'r their labors commenced
in August last.
Farmers wanting fresh fil! See-is
suited to this climate, will find thew
at Lorick and Lawrance, Columbia,
Mr. A. M. Braiiford, Jr. was intro
duced into the Citadel Acadenry yes
terday. He vill bear full well his
bonoxrs to the credit of himself ana
The Board of Courty Connissier
ers met yesterd:ay. Only the ronti&r
busine ss of the ofece required their
attention. They 1,111 meoet again ou
_next Sat utday, the 8th.
The me-it of TRe MrsrX Tor.\cco i
conceded by the attenmpts to imit:e
it irut dun't be Ueceivsd. Ask for
the water-mcloni tag.
~Rev. T. J. Rcok< form. 1': aceed
the pastorate of the Manrning Boaist
church. HIe will, as formerly si d
preach in Manning the first and third
Sundays of every mombh, and in For
eston the second Sunday. He has
one Sunday ufl.isposed of. Mr. Rlooke
is a fine preacher and any church wil
do well to employ his unnaged time.
Master Lucian Brailsford3, the rpet of
the Hampton Light Dragoot~s, de
serves all the attemiton lavi'Ahed up~of
him by his older comrades. In the
reguiation uniform of Dragoons,
astride his beautiful horse, he looked
the image of the noble soldier boy.
supplies generally; lowest prices;
also, a few second-band GniL Presses.
Lorick & Lowrenc:e, Columbia, S. C.
Major D. B. Anderson, editor of the
Watvhanan and S'flticron, and a prom
ising attorney of Suzmter, was in town
Friday. We were tleased to meet
thi:: geial cultivated gentleman,
whose pleasant manners comnpietely
captivated us. We would enjoy see
ing hire gether all ime politie:d iaureis
he may aspire to.
Surnter's popular Sheriff, Marioni
Sandeis, visited us on the day of the
inspection. He will aways be happi
ly remembered by us in the following
incident related to us by one of our
Smmerton friends :
Tame Governor: Majo:- Sanders.
-let me introduce you to President
Cleveland. Major Sanders (aside).
What did you say Governor his name
was ? I dont propose to make any
new acquaintances on this trip.
The auditor's abstract for the fiscal
year 188S6-7 has been farnished the
Weaurer and Board of Cou nty Comn
' oers. We make the following
extracts frm it : The total value o~
a taxable pr operty of the county is.
$1,690,b44. The levy of 12 1-4 mills or
ths gives $7,1SG.07 for St ate purposts
10,145.07 for coumnty purposes; $6.
.63.8 (inclusiing $3,102 poli tax;) foi
Who would have thought that ihr
11 pony" sper ding his early youtim
an age Tt:i. was questionable, in.
e prairie wild.s of ?ar distant TIesae
ould at la..t mee't an unamely enc
n the Lighways of civilizaion.'
as for the vicissitudes of lie! A
ntlem?an burrowed this eqeine exo
for a trip, found the pony inloppor
nely break:- away fromi his loor.
ga, andA trying conclunsions with tit
oad tra'ck, aM, aug his fore-hoo
'er which, his leg -vas stopped of
e a pipe stem, and through it:
r.- qf it owner. it had to be shot
'-WilieBuit," he orsec advertis
ed hv 3r rdsov, was ex
hib)Id~ iu inwn Friy. HL beauti
Jul .r -p' tie i :piri~ carriage
weC the :: l i(f evrV one who
aw i. T naive stock of this:
count y -s d!::is irted to a low de
g e.' \ c Willie r w.ith lhis unrivail
ed p i dir e aiord opporrtuuitics not
to I uas r oerv stocFinisers.
We lear1, sy thie Sunter A:1de'.,it
that G ovoo I John L. Mm:; a
C o aikCh dic':iarl s ion tivr an eCu
it.y outld he 'eiver the eullo-un
we fe T sure toat it wll bh an a' re-S
G.ovr:r both of the speaker ad the
The Williamnsburg County Record
says of -r. Janes Epps, Sr., who re
centl ky About the year 1854 Le
w elute 1 to Legid are fromi
Cae. conty, an noater th:tth
irmain a pr'. e cin
with pri . . aniild tidelity the dU
u Lin:, :rd di *al in the exaltel p0
'iion of p:ivate c:n,. telliug one
of Lis S'. m :4r, v.ii. bere i m
luticn i L.at Le Lad iinade his peace
Hie wasin the 7Tih year of his age
whe 1e "lied.
T foll-w are the names of porsons
1<!rawnl lo servo a', h:Court coniveing-,r
Iou the 21tIv :
W ~ J Corbett, Ai. PcR'gin. J Ia
; (on. .1, H1 Garlamn , Jou"lnThops,
R -".u s. JI I1Johnsn. ii C Plow
.len, v 1 E e, J H Biiiips, T C
O iwers', R J.tL:eIDni lihso
tOn, S B C1ker, W J H S
J Berrv, P 1) eei .'us, C M Davis,
M:tri.n Droel. j N Hodge, J J Hodge
1H B ichardsnDlan ielDr fT
WV Jones. Rifus Ga'Tnon. A J RIch
burg,. D E H J F Cutter, J E
Beard , ThouwL ,1lln er ni.
Doth is tl:e doom of all, the com
11ou dest:y of our race. Scarce haI'd
the . of the tni-s died away o'er
the flowinig vales of Paradise on cer
tion's n"n.. weui the lio. went forti ,
u-1co dutl8st nLst we return again;"
an.d ur<.strined, the Reaer ga.hers
6.:1l the harvest home.
When the sheaves are fult-laden and
1 readyv frit sickle; wlen the ieas
ure :'lotte for human exittence is
l i out, we fl-I that the way
ofu pil'rim has regeLed the utmost
Oul'd o life ald ready to d -part.. But
-I !i 'h1ow 1:atrd, vi-cen th!e 5rst blush (4f
the dwni is Yet ipon the tend(-r cheek
andi t r.- 'share of Timie has
left ._o :-r oif c.n ulon the brow,
to hav e thie 'polir com-e i-nd bury, inz
the s4'ep oIf det , w mh hope and
hapies.s. Tu us wi~ one so recent
Departed this life on Thursd~ay
morning last eptember 29th, Mrs.
Janie Brown, wife of our esteemedc
fellw-townsmain, Dr. W. E. Brown,
and only daughter of the late Rev.
Charton Wilson of the Pasbyterian
Church, under circumst ances of p.-cul
iar sada~tss. Having been earfully edi
ucated andi her hea-rt tutored k.y the
odly examnple's oif a christian mrother,
she was ti-e light and life of hone;
while the full bLu:;h of health bes~p
the proz-pect of mu:my years. Only oneI
ear sice ..he canie in our midst, ti
lovely brdc, the idol of a od n
oving husband. Soin a.:e-r, she be
came sick, was contined to her bed
chamber, and there for many weary
suffering months she lay, without a
mrmur. Every thing that human
skill could accomplish was bestowed
and ever~ thing that watchful and lov
ng hearts might throw around, was
-Could iear. retar,1 ihe ty:-ant in h~.i couirse'
cnia sigh- avert ih. bart' rekiss ioruC .
Could yoath or vir:ue claim a short delay.
Could ib'-a;t y ciharm the spectre trom ias p rey
Thou li halved.
Nothing could grapple with the
feaful imalady and, day by daiy, with
Ithe ptaienCc of a saint, she approach
edi her end but felt no feais. Leav
ig the prh-onf hiouse of clay her ira
morta iiorit passed away, and joimed
tat reat white-robed throng around
te thro.ne of Ocdi.
Arraved in bridal costume her re
mains.'under ciharge of srveral friends
from Manning, fi -nd a resting plaet
in the beautiful ecmAery at Hopewell
c~arch, Marion county.
SheL leaves a husbaud, and grief
strickein. widowed mother, thrce 1-ruth
ers, a: ' alhost of frierds to lament
the eariy fall of one so young, so beau
tiful and so goo-d.
JoThnfon's Chill und Pevr Tcnie. No
cure iNo pay : 50 cen a b;-Ade at Din
kir.s &C..'s Dr~g .ore.
Teavcrs ini Sess'in.
In response to a call from the Pres
id ent, Prof. S. A. Nettles, the Claren-;
endon Teacher's Association met in
the Academy buiilding on last Satur
day. fe iuwing teachers were
S.. ~. Nettles, W. B. iBonham, J. H
Lesesne, D I. Wilson, Quiintin Lawre
os, B3. B. Thompson, Gorne R1
Jons, n' ' . Jo.wie 3MeLo-n, Virginia
*Inii. inn1j ie 3!oo:, DaIisy Bagual
Mrs :X . Nettles.
Beskes these teachers there were
se *ei visitor., who were very much
ieted in the proceedings.
Mr. Quin tin Laureoys delivereda
was '..' ,wed by a rnost interestin
tGk from Miss *McLean on primar
reading. Prof. B. B. Thompson Iex
followed with an admirablo essar o
the duties of schoolA teach~ers. Prof.
uNee ga-ve a electure on 1orimna
B Bex 'i n
i- C I Vi '~) '~Od of
Id t C,
The October Tiuuabcr of rucpt Ecir-TrIC
JAU_1171N 'e- tb(- place o,^ h onor to Priu e
rqpolkin,'.t:.e u-lei. mctl NihL;Ist. -who con
*ibutc-- an aitir e eutitled "The Moin
n-i'chyv in whch lie excnirlifica Ali'; ex
ia ct ',irn of 'Le nonsby fbl ie phulos
o:jhv of. b;-t.+)!y will su*,ve theC (liftit ('l -
ons noiw ". ii;. 'ritlsAtn
a c \~ i't;?;- rtn -.... tho
i'1:mls WK11C 'N Wi't W1,.' Ilitan 12Y his
r. nu- S W' . t C Ca'C luicou
ScQ-_T Y 01i C L.A.1,UEND ON,
LT 7E ]'TOR7ATE. CO-0T:
ti- is he-rc: gi vea thant all persons
-wsin nst the,: (.,*~cctale of Gilicy
\cis~~~ii., pc~ '' rk-snt thvza to tizh
cout. ;:J-'V frttxr giv-en. that
11 : .'. u . I t Said wlil x1zali
w-aj~r tnr w Ia X1 annexcdl vf the es
:a-of (;:! .-y Nv: u
The Rl*rtd Thohr~ acer,
wiiill ~i~ sttfl all Pauolt fromii trbt of
*t ,i;Ol to lir-t : of -c~r 1tv l7. Forc
* Y".7. 'M. 3.Zicharson. It
T I: I
A- " 'Z>
- TOTrICE 18 enI y :Vti1 that all persol
iN :.:e forbid i to tresas. on ny land
the ~P po-eof hmiting or ti'lun.: and i
one t respassing aft*r th an of this notic
w!!!1 be prosecued to h I tet of thL. 1:n*
T11US. E. SANN
Lanig Rom e School
FOR BOYS AND GUILS.
T ar01 i s:Tr ensTI . C.Im6.TaArs
necil prpalation n to whsc &
'irin' to enter aIVa l mtitutions <
l ri The tone ;and value of the scho,
erib..enncaf by its snoteIs.
Fll tterin Letin ; the first Mon'ly in Sej
tember 1887, and includes tLe public Scho<
-:M For wirtiellArq adIss
MRS. ADA R. STEWART, I Instractors.
RZOBT. A. STEWART,
I will be at the Court House (Clerk'so
flce\ the first Monday in every month, t
:dlow person coming of rge nce the las
eh-ettn to I-gister and to attend to othe
s P. HOLLADAY,
erviir of Registration, Clarendo
C .P ( addrs, Panola S. C.
Wm. Shepherd & Co.
232 MIEETING ST.,
8 Ra T A Va8
Tinwares, House Furnishin
Goods, Potware, Kitchen and Stos
vg'Send for Price List and Circ
C. MAmiw, J. M. MAYHEv
C. M'~AYHEW & SON,
p M1anufacturers of. an
Dealers in all kinds of
Amori Erbl Worl
r~J3 Estimdates furnished fc
all kinds of Railroad and othe
S. R. MIARSI1ALL& hCO. Ts
139 Mzrnso S'rnrLr, Charleston, S. C.
Sole Agents For
TANE'S DIXIE P'LOUGHS,
AVERY & SON'S PLOUGE
DOW LAW COTTON PLANTER
AND GUANO DISTIBUTOEI
Irna Harrows and Caltivators, Romt
hl Sto' - , Washburne & Moem's
un.iivanized Fence Wire, Cham~n
lian Mowvers and eapers.
WATSON'S TUI:PZ JINE TOOLS
Manufactured in Fayetteville, N. C. Eve:
Tool absolutely warranted and
if broken n ill be
Also DealerS In
GE N'ERAL HARDWAR E,
Hoop Iron. Horse nd Mule Shoes, WV
and Tinware. Coopters tools. Miners
Tools, C alry, Guras and Sport
Pices made onl applica:tion.
JOE LA VAN,
SHAIG & SHAMPOOIN
Main Street, &uinter, S. C. 9-7
EI P.RIKE CO.
Ille largrest and fillest stock
F orign and Domest4ic
nSumter and Clarendon C'ount
our 'Itore just in front of ti
T I \n [llijj.
:.ain Stree.t, Sttr, S. C.
Ricd(0, NY Ver.han
YNL'12C IURElm.. OF PUS
~~W o al ancl Druggist. No0s. 131 & 133
-1Tobacco andu O- iars. nzI
J SE" ]E! E. CE .. Vf .
n~~~D EGIS. 0:m. <,4E R S: Nr n r Ynirchn
SU DrE, A S.0
In Stock in Their Season, and for Sale by Aug. 31, em.
4L OBI & L Ov47T7. A-TO
P-4The POf 1i !/! : (JA7JTTEw;I be inailed
Ci r_2_ L M .1 L..i4. .,0 40 . i- .ecrely ivrapped, to any adds i ta
-Unitud States fror tihree inunths on receiptor
SEED CORN . LilernI disewint allowed to postmate",
Shoe Peg, Golden Deut. WL Flint, Red Cob. &c.oAdessllodest
RICHARD K. FOX.,
Seed Rye, Barley, What, Oats, and Clover. So'-AAE, NY
> ORCLAnD Giuss, BLm: GnAss. Tiruothy, Red Top, Mixed Lawn, Lucerne,
Milct. KAFFIR (ORN, GARDEN and FLOWER Seed geucrally.
Irish and Sweet Potatos for Seed. .r
g Farmers having Mrru::L~Us Seed to sell, please correspond wnith us. MAI STRZET, Qvr 1). J. Wmuns Clothind
Lone L^v-anCe. Cutting aLd nowrancgeto -mncr. Cleaning
Ang, 17. ay Reparmng. and D:yemg specilties. Satis
1. H. Nahan lber & Siepnr
Carriages, Buggies, Harness, and Wagons. Los, Toaco,
South-west Cor. Mceting and Wentworth Streets,L
CHARLESTON, - . 679 &16 East Ba , Carles n, S C.
F. J. PELZER, PrlCdet. F. .RoDM, Treasui-e. ro 'S t. e Stor0
Atlantic Phosphate Company, DAN'L BROWN, Proprietor,
of Charleston, S3. F.URrl 1r SOLD
MA~TACU~i1~SOFWHOLESALE AlND MI-AIL
MANUFACTUERS222 King Street,
tndard 2e *-11iverS and Importers o C a eo S
gram c niBOIAmN BROTH.R"I
Pelzer, Rodgers & Co.,Wholesale
General Agents, Grocers,
BR S169, Et Bay,
BROWN'S WIARF, - - - CHARLESTON, S. C. CHARLESTON, S. C,
, R. . Lv1, of Alanning, will be pleased to supply his
e friendsd the public generally. with any of the above brands
of Fertilizersz. 33 HAYv-E STREET. .... CRA.STON, S.. C.
-e Wholesale Dealrs in
% OTTO F. WIETER - Trunks, 7atchels,4a,
Goodis reeived by every steamer suitable
Wholesale Grocer. for the interior trae. All te latest Stylw
0onstan tly in stock, a, the lowest price and
WHOLESALE dealer in Wines, Liquors and Segars. on accommoating tems.
Jan, 12, 87l.
N o. ISI EAST DAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
ESTABLISHED 1844. Attotney ad Counsellor at Law#
Charleston Iron orks, __________
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Marine Stationary and Portable Entrines and Boilers, Saw .
Mill Machinery, Cotton Presses, Gins, Railroad, Steam- Attorney at Law,
boat, Machinists', Engineers' and Mill Supplies.
I ERepairs executed wlith prompiaess and Di.s.palch. Sendfor price lis as. nning, S. C.
7" B&NOtry Pbic -with seaL
East B or. Pritchard St W. F. B. HAYswoxzz, Snnter S, C.
B. S. Dn:~,MANI .
Charleston, S. C. A WnTG & 0
)iJan13 I yr. -. 3,Y1 0
A.TTOR"NEYS AT LA-71
uIf you need any Clothing iurnishing Goods, or Hats,
send Vour orders to
11r G. AILLE'N 11 UGGINS, JR.,
KING STREXr, OrrosmT HASEL, V. Office on Street South of Court
Charleston, S. C., House, Mch3i
as they have reduced the Irices of their entire stock to cost, F N. W ilson,
on account of change of firm.
- - - -INSURANCE AGEN T
THE NEW SALOON! mAN;NG, .C
s Ice-Lemonade. Ice-Soda Water.
up CS11COTTON BUYER,
-SIUJM1TE.,i, S. C.
THIS WAY, - IP.
-~~. COME V, bny patie aging mer~to W11er
F NCY DR REFRESI G lare i prompt aS.ention. My trde iw
AN R I N KS, A N. Dlargein0CDfon Ctn. Sumter prices
R.TcGaan, BateS & Co..
~ S A m U C LANos. 226, 228 and 230 Me1reting St.
Fresh and Choicest WINES, LIQUOMRS, BRAN- CHARLESTON S. C.
L.AGER BEER DItET FROM THE BREWERY. TON RIA? AT
Benedictine and Medicated Nectar Whiskies, I have opencd i trst-eia ; :d
The finest grade of Whiskies on the Market, kept in stock. at the Erterprise ,ihc-, andsolicit the pat
ronage of thie cli-z-ns oi Manigand corn
;. pecial atczticn given to cn ,ldren.
C. C. IlEDIC,
FTORrSTOuN. S. C. Sat ces, S. C.
July 7,1 b s.
fo teineor trd. ASlteffaens ty
A hool for Bos and Girls 12, 8
J WHOLAL G.OCION,
a. t a'WILL OP EN-1 MON D A Y, SEPTEMBIER , Auction and CommissionMerchant ad
__! W ith a fll! Corps ofr tc:ich -s- Miliitaarm taeics i nill be a f.ature 197 UOR Ea y l .
phsca rann o heby. (}iris drilled ini Cali.,thenmics. ; - Agm for the 'Chavt.n ,z iussel Bit
The latest text. books used. a.ndt youin~ men , a.11d ladies prelpar- Iers, antl thle elebratel roalt.1
)f . -v ll e b 25
ed to cnter the juiofr Class of' a"-- College or Seinarinte AVLO
State. All of the .braches Modern,. and Acient laPL ]E I
MnnigC, S. C.
Wiha to.-n~ of grood mor-als, good hecalth. ailid splendid rail-IrtCasj l t p~nmn$
11.111,11 t0 :rt a nd e - I Supplied with l Ve.
w. F. B.HCuisi , L Sur e Airy R m.s,
. ES , Dctszess U, $ 3() ANIo .O
MISS ELLENMcCOG.MIALLENiR UGGINS, JR.,AL