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THE MANIOG T7ES
WEDNESDAY, OCT 26 1887
B. S. DINKINS, Editor.
At the opening of the Court Mon
day morning, Judge Hudson relran
ed-from charging the jury any furth~r
than explaining the nature of the dif
ferent bills given out by the grand ju
ry. The full scope of their dutiks, he
said, had been explained by his pre
decessor on the Bench.
The work of the court is bcing
-pushed forward with most energetic
and effective perseverance, demon
strating His Honor's full appreciation
of the great expense incurred by the
county, and the consequent loss of
time on the part of jurors and others
necessarily in attendance, re suiting
from "the laws' delays" and hitches in
the trial of causes; yet, while active
ly moving onward the work at hand,
never losing sight of a full adminis
tration of justice between man and
It is a noticeable fact and one elicit
ing much comment, that almost the
entire "Sessions'" time of our courts
is taken up in the trial of colored per
sons and at this, we believe, not a
white person on trial.
It is a subject of great regret that
so many of this class, after the enjoy
ment of nearly a quarter of a century
of freedom, and many, the refining in
fluences of liberal instruction and ed
ucation, should evince such an indis
putable tendency to a retrograde, in
all the material qualifications of good
citizenship. But there are very many
exceptions; and it affords us much
pleasur to observe and note their up1
ward progression in the scale of mor
al worth, habits of industry, and the
increase in prosperity on the part of
those making this honest and manly
effort. They constitute an importaut:
factor in the solution of probleOrns be
:ore us, and should have the earnest
aid and countenance of every good
and worthy man, who really has the
welfare of his country at heart. Nor
ohould the shiftless idler, the vaga
bbnd and vagrants, who pass the time
for honest labor in tramping from
place to place, be allowed the licens. ,
so long enjoyed, of preying upon the;
proceeds of the sweat and toil of those
who have borne the heat and burden
of the day. If our vagrant laws can
not meet the exigecies of the times,
then let our next Legislature take the
matter in hand and render this land
of ours less a Paradise for tramps
and loafers and by the enforcement of
the same, rid the country and the I
- courts of these pestiferous gentry.
A Frightful Railroad Accident.
[Secial to the Columbia Regisfok.]
S&Ar Gmna, OcL 20.-A terrible
wreck occurred early this meaning on
the Air Line Railroad, near Greer's,
twenty miles from Spartanburg.
The west bound freight train passea
-Greer's, instead of stopping there as
ordered. Two miles beyond it crash
ed into the east bound passenger train,
which was loaded with excursionists
returning from the Atlanta exposition.
The train caught on fire and three
freigeli cars were burned to the
ground. The passengter coaches were
saved from the flames by heroic exer
tions, while the imprisoned pas
sengers were shrieking to be killed1
- raher hanburned.
Engineer Wall of the passenger
train was crushed to death. His fire
man is scalded and is reported to be
dying. After receiving his terrible
wounds, the fireman ran back to
Greer's two miles distant, called for
help for the train, and fell in a deathly~
* Mrs. McDowell, of Asheville, was
cut in two and killed instantly. Her
sister, Miss Irwin, and Miss McDowell
were badly hurt, and Mr. Irwin, of
Asheville, is not expected to live.
They were all in the baggage car.
SSeveral others were seriously wound
ed. Mr. Dunnovant, of this place, is'
badly bruised about the head, and is
still in a dazed condition.
Mr. Chase has an ugly gash in the
leg. The conductor and engineer of
the freignt train are misiing. Wheth
er they fled or are buried under the
ruins is not known.
The Morgan Rlifles of this city and
many of our citizens were on board
and the city was in a fever of excite
ment until the arrival of the relief
train brought in the absent ones.
31eeting of the Santee Baptist Assea
The Santee Baptist Association met
with Graham church, :Rev. B3. C.
Lamploy pastor, onl Thurslay. Twen
ty-two churches,were represented by
The different objects which the
association has in charge were pre
sented and discussed during the 3
days session, viz: Foreign missions,
Homne missions, State missions, Ed uca
tion, Colportage, Ministerial support,
etc. A fine showing was made, the
colpor tage fund of $100was comnpleled
and named in honor of one of the de
parted saints, Rev. Noah Graham, oi
Sumter, and the amount of 800U appori
tioned to the association lay the State
Board was raised and p)aid over' to
Dr. Baily, the cor'responding secrets
ry. There were 12 deaths in the body
during the year, most of who.a were
leaders in the church. Two peculiar
cases among the deaths were Mrs. Ann
Graham and Mrs. P. A. DuPree, the
companions of those two ;ocd men,
Noah Graham and -- DaPree, who la
bored in this section with Br~o. Maho
ney many years ago. These two sis
ters died the pust year and now rest
with their conmanious beyond "the
reaping and the sowing." We also
note the. death of four good mnen,
whoso loss we depl ore, viz: i. P.
Rhamne oi Pisgah, W. F. Cook of Sum
ter, H. A. JAmes of Bihpvle and
WN. S. Varner of Greel. ;ile. Next
mingl Cctobe' 188&, at Antioch
u.n :Like .jh,-t :. a.:r ;i
new; i very acare- In t'.s -t rf:.ti.emn
tv. but to fultili a prolse ma1e to you :n1
to show my anpreciatin for t Ti::s, II
will try and contribute a f. w d ad re
L1 . Ch' t Cor the benect I f y cu
The P1nola Ac.Mdem lV nVeannilg com'le
tion. The colmunlty is hopv k th t
bidim:;- will be radty by tbetepeni I-of thc
tin t. lting, andre n-ork -
SIth co-uiserbe Z,. o ah the Free
Comnmin Sc-hools under r
an honor to the if t p ar --
ried out as they hve arran\d, the r h
will be grCat, greatcr than eve r l-Ore, for
the reason tha.t the sehools; Vw bgr d
and none but !he mo' t ry an1e
tent teachers employe 4. Pra or n
PavnsworTh. of S"'tr. a ':*1 I
South Carolina College, bas been seleted to
take charge of the AcaecAmy. tle is viunt
this section preparatory to 01:1111:e L CIn
tho 7th of November. He ccmes to us with
the highest recommendt'i-. Panola ha
now united the link that prontses prosperl
ty to the rising generation. in the traimn.
of the minds of the noL& ottts that A
to take thei r places in seity - -
The Academy will be conductedo the
principics of the free school plan-nC I,;
tnl fees oultside. It is egnS'' to La al
e~sses. To tis end tho Trat. ae 1o0
in". A.:, i :( 7i ..
te mas,3 of th. children be educated.
Mr. A. W. T' 0 w sa
was so severely cnt in is gm. is rapidy re
coeriaig. is attenthing p.ysician Dr. r>
M. Badger, thinks with c wound- will
fur tan rol P-msm r. .. -,, ArM .
f IC aUl , 1 t -Ld'~ . 4
olored wo-imtn. I. wt asitd by Dr T.
. Duress. Dr. . ^ 'a
xno's w nderfu1 cl anr cu ta he t!
% il o l Jua r d et"rs, C, n t t
John Gaie. Ie is a1,in 11- n I.
it is predic'ted.,a bright t an '
A coloredwoan VryT--,- mloy-v
.a coo by 3r J- 11 . .n u 'ailn
a.!! .1 COO! L)- -T. M ~ I
died y on the eveniing of the -
istgt to be he:art <itsea,
The fourtha spS.On of .he !arterly ten- I
ca.-ec for Santee CreF, vs a . Au
-1rew Chapel- the 15!h .nd~ lzh- v. j. L.
-.ous re!'O a-. ed by ;ie pstr, iln
harge, ~ ~ ~ -le" th:- airta eI av unt
e-o-urage themII tllr- !Is, yt. r
I was anpy t: t o:""i a tile
City of the San ' *'' C
l." both as espt n,,i C c n
S gallant wati rs, armed w' thV; I 0 C fer t. s
I have a numbert of fine milc Cow land J;
will be L reparca at r Sture the -
'etobe r furni s' n- - . i ,:y a
'.nd at an- place in4 E
J. l'UiMAN B11ADiiA e
October 18Sth, 1887.
IN 0ic, 0 toXa,4ma 0S.
A meting of the Clarenan Agricultu'
oeiety will be hela on the tirst Monday
November-saleslday-at Manning, at 121
Delegates will be elected to the State,
Association and other matters of importo L
will come before the society. 1he n:,.
>ers are requosted and ti-e Larmes g;eneral
y are invited to attend.
By order of Executive Committee. ..
J. E. TLNDAL.
J. E. DAviS, President.
CON-IT CO>3. M :lUNEItS- OFFICE
Persons haoding Certilleates of Indebted
ness known as "County Bonas,'' will present
ep to the clerk of the IBoard of County
Commissioners on or before Taeslay the 1st
dy of November 18S7. After whieh time a
>yment will be made on the Bonds present
ed out of the balance of funds now on hand
applicable to sane..
All Conny Binds not presented by said 1
dte (Nov. 1,) will be deharred a payment of C
this fund-which is as follows-per Treasu~r- i
er' s report, to wit :1
B!anees from regular collection in- 1
clruding balances of baek years
which have been brought forward 1
nd made applicable to "County t
B ods" by Act of General Assem- u
ly..............--.-------... 4 a
All other balances of "Co".ntyI
Funds" of back y-ears brought
forward and now made appicta
le to payment of "Countyt
B onds".....--- --- --. ------..
A payment of 33 per cent. is also being
male on clair.s of 188i-3.
By order of the Board of County Conimu
siers . C.
J. G. IHUGGINS,
Clerk Board (G C. C K.
FC'fC 01~ SCIna.0L COMMISSIONE15.
Manning, S. C., October 10, 1St7.I
ooiec is hereb4y given that the Free Corn
mo Schools of the County w-ill be opened
on onday the 7th day ox? Noavcnber ues.
o school will be reegnizeat by. the Trui
tee ness applicationi be made to, and -
nision be granted by them te hepenmul C
'f uc sichl saCS. p
Trstees of the several Districts are earn
estv reanested to maeet in my oieeon 0-11
uiau.'t e.. 20his.a frcnut-.indn
h he trancaeten of iup:,rtankt businatss. I
P'.. NI;W, S.a l- Coa~m. C. C.
ne heAnr.ual a-lgofte e1 o. tl"
tvCon CiilLl~.>rs for I Clarendon County w I'~
be held at Conai,sioner a~ i
tay the 7th Iay (of Novembe .t
All ;,-rsons5 h1am e
tataa a no been~ before pr.an.'a
A 1 t 'per. 1:av.a.ing ,.v clam n -
>rsn sanely 'ate--,an oe
alres entsate wil e pay:~ hnt (toU~
SUSAN E. alNSN
COUNTY uF CL.EN DON.
S. R. Cole, P
\~illiau S.l riggs nd Iose. Levi,
.n~dsnent fa-enu:. n, . v,"ni'
S - I h 7, I v:ii 7l in fr.m L f
40' C . : m
ice n'b r o th i-1
Luh thefi wig 'r1et t i'' .
lid tra ct c;ntWi,"1 u h::ndred i
'Fei y ri~ (Cr-:c.'mn.t m
ting. ' s fdlowi C v : r y -
P .ui'"s -'ru tivsCC!
. v. ar;..n In dI~t b . s .P
nT s. Cr .
l-;-sim n by -m of :a D.
. vnd H.p- C. : 2 nDCXf
A.l~Q ~'L~ i3A~
A~aron ' ll
3ar. *. t.L ':.:::.; , n .33t:,7:::. as Iet ate
.MGi.gsd2ary C. rn
Fu-e:re to Pt II ;.g: n:
>L., ' o. . n' liu. ...... .
O c It iI7..
'1i Si J0i i Ii' (ow d
:f 5.:.1. 1 . 0:1 u ' 1 b 7s.- on
CONTY OF C'LAINDON8
.aron u emib.<rg, s:ice .uei .
Fan~eder. Fug. jn. . n, a id, n
J 1DI A~ D a,1" VIRTE OFAN t;
der to m, irelc in the :toe s::ted
IN, .y .11i:I . U. Withcr :'uon, da
-irasry .11h, 1'~, I will sel in front of
lae dn C.,urt Usw : M.mning, with-n
al nrs etx \~'. 'n .enr t.e7th
of7 toeu brot the igeE ~1i :ur :d: tiderl
r ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~,) as, hefolc:-.-;l i roery
0w-l- r d(12). t ~~~t,
w:l: .at t'::I o:re'!' it~tiud l'tad, lingh
~.unt, and Stn in Cf.-ri. ion cty n1r.h
deo atrce ri :, CO'tal:: ng forty (u-10
.r ls, -. to.wd nthL r1::r ba ns of.lng
'r: t. lWie: oag tiof ..: . Frles on:C~
landw of .rs C" teOn; ante
;ote l)at o Dn. _:_NeN Ne
burc, Pe olay for ~ paprao
SE i' *ti..rcna en Conuty.
O-to-r 12, 197
A:ron Weinbrg.,asine, f seh .
JaTes I., Edge, and C. S. Land,
tse y Jie~ .Io. D. Withergon dae
ebricfry .ib. 7 7,1 wil (9i ini fot f
3arndo Court U.e atM13 n, w3 ntin
w ngdescii~e proerty to . i:
All that trac or ph~utatio oflnd yig
. .. Lnadotesentesu'y Sante
wam, 3n. ntewe.b adsleogn
H, . L3leE
Sh 3:rit:Clarendo Cty
keopi; a larger stock of (1encral V(-teliandiss thun , anv c I et retai I tnr in
the. State. oliitsMe thle (If\ Of ("Irl~m 'iiis stne&- -t proc ent is lar
gel1' U11:111that',;~ 1,1- ihfer 4.yS 2a1f$.le e
1., oftci bv' the ftnd',am tiis aIwatV.; 0h)1aUIln the rir o
VaIA. ThMatl coiiliun frozn this, is thcat L3 ;'l~s
i ist is alreadN. ftall, beiov rn c oc e nd Yet new ; sarc I u"rriv'
;n~ if , ,O . ~ '' :01( +A W ~ae ape~: utaea
1111't'. olr 0 tad t
1 i- they: T L
voUl wfint. Just -.te.) n o ij\O!*. and VOR Will finti it tec or IF vcel
arcI1 a a~rv o c~ 'j. .l. - II St~ ~temst Varied
and bczt scecetd of aiv merchat iii tl-e it-te.
JIVML X J.T'T
I~~~~v car:eci~iiyt ll at'ttord' to t'sl. carti (mt. I !.avi- in stock Ii. lrgcsit and
uist (AtA otii ath.:i 1 112'd Ch1idvkLu*'
H!LTIS anlcd- 0nl3aet 3,Z
.UT11 IJLF(;i3 hM IGof all1 iid
~th. tat haS cv. r b c ti-n tLis jL.Thc Lalic.g arc, ii I t7 cftll and c:xa-L-no
~j LOT'-~ TTJ_
Hy stock~ it this, lcpartnwtnt is langed, and.assortud for'-I'l agcs zmnl sizcs, '.Z~l at
iric"s to theAI~ time1s.
H HAts ae-.nd. Oap s,
fr 'bicf, Boys, ancl chldnxn. Lalaet sty (. o I rc . "hsd p rm n ~ vr O m
No bettt~r tcsthnomnia1-- ronli Ifc ,,iveu thant lt pnloiif' ; -c- with my She'. than
my Constalntly intislnne1 1 I;- line of S'-0 _ i iA r kep t
in Mar n in, 'v;1ltk2" . - A 5 t L '4l. -al St v
~an Iiaz-. Ie ed m.- a o 1e-Es
and g anc ,tfaic ion. Lrnn.. iv btock LU?_v'. vuV;-In c's\ Nv4ice.
Dry go2d0-Tv Goods!
v.S* . .*Jti *is -. nnh~rc.I pc t .l Aipat:. F.looin t P *,. Svr.: e ; f,'.s
Skin'-. ~ ~ o LU-"ifl' oS:iq 1": !,:) i , nU~idt iei
thi i~~uied sa'~. ~e~ ai ieaCi 'of Rro1414 ti h v 'i1 Doc
U 1. tc d e s a , _-( c T e' v c., i o,' e~ Iv a I o11 f 1
Cicd ean i u . ijoaf .v of all 2 11crn yO U CC:
s.'; H i~s~ \ XVu Te : Cn iwI oc T-W aii I ..~ r ... I l (if
A ..4. L-e '. L 4.
'r a -y': r i Y- .irr
Who aro selin Dry G-o-i: at son remarktL av , R '"s Iit it places their wholO
c umi i n1 a1 mos. t ip --lro:I cai tin.
U the l7poif CGfre--len Couyto cal" -nm c .' r 'i't 5J T~
when in Sam n-ter. Thr1:: o..~tcowa, :.!airciv ieOf
DressGo ods and Trimmings
.--; ir n mtr:e.130 Dry G c2 of al' -nds . -rdy iona in :.y first-class Dry
ai l'a::y G7oods Store. Full lino in a. ti - . i n
. . .. .. .. . ... .. .. .. .. ... . . .. . . .. .. ..... '
M ~ ir a p . K r Doi:a.:: , E.:.. . Arat srch low prices
N r . .-. i A9
iev ro a 1 a '- zwrhf-- nra: a F T~ee wh;i ments' a chance
- iau a 1 - a 1.
w..: G..-'r.*i ..*omrm.
v T- -- t. "1- L
IT~~vin'- ]lr1 . i c- 's n xil-i riLov-t YOU"- tansnfGnrl ec
. 7:4" v . . i ... -. u -~o '
:. - I I s1.: ::.o.n
.-u d ortui i t'of . ied lor>1'
sa S -0 E S <!0 3
in 1moi a e s veiety.lLV iCiC ro
.&'s a ys -U '- T
.M i 1.3 am~ to ciaty
.a s.c~ao .-..nneg dr-a mpeowae y a -:ag= sok
)x Le ues noric ana us w.o:Malm-cafl Snit mAO (tue or tie piain
0 ejj? of every kind aUnd qmlity at .he lowest prices.
!inoth :::peciltv-HMA.S-never sell an in..:-ior oC.
Itis rdyus-ksa to attempit -2nrumeratio ni f my stock. Examine it
ma you v1l )3 ecuvic4d of the ic liat I can a vmiil do all I promise.
11 highest price-s m.id for cott'on or o;m produc.P .
Oct. 12 L -C- L
.y , ') , .
Ts ~ ~ r A.6 N~ ~Ga
A. GRADED SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
EI~IGTHSEZ-K':1N BEGIN. MONDAY, .TUGUST" 29, 188S7,
j_ . ...T.. rC. 2 C. D., i RIKIPAL.
Yjs Jom: H. McL.. . S. L. NrrTas, Assistants.
The cour:c' of instruction em ir. ten years, i. designed to furnish a lib
:ral edlucation suitel to Lie ordinatry vocntions of life, or to fit studeLts for
he ,esbran, S omore, or Junior ciL.3 o colleges.
The most approved text booIs are used. The blackboard is deemed an.
ssenti:n in the class room. The i.:o of ao auth-or is invariaiily required
>f each pi. In. all work Ioue, in %hatfver departmont, and whatever the
xno' grnd covered, our moto shall ah vavs U Timorougliness. To
lois ud. wO shall requi tha every lessoU e :loerd, if not in time for the
lass recitatlion, thercekwh-e No ::cal prog:.ss can be made so long as
Le )ull is allov ed to -o on fon dav to cay reciting only alif-perfect lessons
T'C.IS .LI ONT OF ?d02.WLL'>S
Pia. . ... r t 3y-rs... r. ,........................ 1. , 01.5 , and $2.00
I m .................. ............... 2.50
.-r..a. :: .'............................... 3.0 and 3.50
,giteUg rtie ; ':G.. ~ .). . . . .......... ...... $-l.00 and 4.50
:. . t ' li.........t:...J'... .................................... 4.0t
Con eg ~ t . ,,perasseu01 DI::: ". c0Vu e.... ...................... .2.
R.. r-..p.r... ............... ................... ................ 8.00
.U or fro - t r r mo : .. ............................... 0.0C
L_. Th11. E.i'.UPON PARENTS AND
-.. 7'0--.0 i he * '' g-. inpot o vg vheir chim.:en at school
- .. - -t - . .
.so I rm e uacc. a ae unr "owie he
-ho heet~r. ra remes e .n ato . tSeco whal it
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