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Msa iy, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1888.
s. A. NETTLES, Editor.
FACT OR CANARD.
he MAsNNsG Ts of the 15th instant,
says ; "It is saidthat a. physician in a cer
tain part of Sumter (.cunty has been most
severely and unusually dealt with for seduc
ing a young lady of that county."
dive us his name and the facts and we
will publish them. Such matters should
notbe hidden from the public.-Ed. Advance.
We do not know the name or the
&cts in the case, or we would, with no
hesitation, have made them public.
The editor of the Tms, publishes the
news as he finds it, without attempt
lng to conceal- or paliate. If he but
knows the facts, and believes the news
is oLsuch achawacter that the public
aould'have, in the paper it goes. In
this particular case, our information
is so meagre that we gave neither
name nor facts, though we have both
ijm er posession, because we did not
'consider our authority sufficient. A
man who lives in Sumter county, about
eighteen mnes-from the city, told us
he heard of it in the city of Sumter,
and was shown a newspaper contain
i an account of the affair, which ac
count he read, but he could not give
us the name of the newspaper. If
the Advance will make some inquiries,
'ossibly it will discover whether our
-formation was secreet,.or whether
i iaE 8aar We believe from
other things we have heard that the
whole affair is true.
Abbeville has had a suit for slan
dr. (3. W. Cromer charged Jesse
Q Ellis with alienating the affections
eg h wife. As Ellis was a young
man of only twenty-five summers,
while seventy winters had whitened
the hair of Mrs. Cromer, Ellis thought
the-charge too grievous to bear. So
imstead of challenging the husband
athis old lady to mortal combat, he
took a more philosophical view of the
matter, and entered suit in the civil
courts against Cromer for damag
ing his character and judgment in
the eyes of all young maidens, to the
value of ten thousand dollars. Some
of the most learned legal talent was
employed on both sides, and after a
long trial, involving probably athous
and dollars in costs, a jury decided
that Mr. Ellis's character had been
damaged by such a charge, to the
amount of one hundred dollars.
Mrs; Minnie Franklin was arrested
fn Atlanta last week, on the charge of
siding the esca of prisoners from
te jail in Wahalla, one of whom
was her husband. She took the
beae and bit with which the prison
e secured their liberty from
e e, sewd up in her bustle,
and sured permission to spend the
* ight in jail with her husband, with
the purpose already stated of libera
-teprisoners. She was brought
~to Walhalla and lodged in jail
to await trial Her husband got
drunik after his escape and was recap
tEd in afew miles of Wal haIs
The Charleston Daily Sun has a
42 $i,00X0 hbel suit on its hands for
elagga young. physician of Char
leston with murder or fraud and mar
xying two hade women. A negro was
zaured in accident insurance corn
'for $10,000, in favor of the
and brother of the physician.
-Amonth or two afterwards the negro
died under suspicious circumstances,
and the Sun charges the young phy
uican with criminal connection with
the negro's death in order to get
The New Yok and Pennsylvania
emocrats have both spoken out in
Convention for revision and reduc
tion of the Tariff. The Pennsylva
aias declare that this must he done
en "the line of policy laid down in the
last message of the President." The
ew Yorkers demand a cutting down
of not less than $100,000,000 a year,"
and taxes must "be reduced or alto
rier removed" from certain raw ma
The Williamsburg Herald, E. G.
Chandler, editor, has suspended. Its
isus of Feb. 16th. contains the fol
"We regret to announce that cir
eumtances are such that we have to
suspend publication for a week or
two. During that time we hope to
put up a new outfit and then publish
The Kingstree County Record has
entered upon its fourth year with
bright prspcs. Its editor, I. C.
Logan, is a veteran newspaper man,
and understands his business. He
Frm the frtday of its establish
ment it has steadily grown in favor
with the people of the county, and to
a considerable extent beyond the limn
Its of the county, until its business ha~
increased to a satisfactory condition.'
The Atlanta city council has passed
an ordnance making drunkenness a
misdemeanor, punishable with a fine
of six dollars and cost for the first
offence, fifty dollars and cost for the
second offence, and for the third thir
ty days on the rock pile without al
We publish elsewhere the new reg~
ulation for applying for pensionsj
The Board seems to 'e in a dilemma,
and is doing all it can to make
$ 50,000 do what $500,000 would be
A FEARFUL CYCLONE.
A Western Town Wrecked-Hun
dredsof Persons Killed or Injur
ed and a Million Dollars of Prop
[Con densed Report.]
OurCAOo, Feb. 19.-A cyclone struck
Mount Vernon, Ill., to-day. The town was
virtually destroyed. A number of lives were
lost and many persons injured. Mount
Vernon is-situated in the southern part of
the State, about sixty miles east of St. Louis
in almost a direct line.
Reports, apparently well founded, place
the number of killed at thirty-eight Tele
grams were reseived this evenirg at Evans
vile from Mount Vernon- asking for help.
A train with two engines was at once sent
having on board a surgeon and such other
assistance as could be hastily gathered. The
cyclone struck Mount Vernon at 4.45 to-day
from the northwest, sweeping around in a
half-circle ande leveling half the town. The
remainder of the place caught fire, and as
there was i strong wind blowing,. the flames
soon got beyond control of the fire depart
Above the roar of the winds could be heard
the shrieks and groans of the dying. Bodies
half buried in debris could be seen on eve
ry hand. Two-thirds of the town was wiped
DETAILS Of THE DISASTER.
Morv VRo, II..., Feb. 19.-At about
5 o'clock this afternoon a cyclone struck this
town and left it in ruins and killed fifteen
to twenty people. It is feared that many
more than are known to have been killed
will be found among the ruins of the build
Fire immediately broke out all over the
city amid the ruins, spreading rapidly ow
ing to the damage done the engine by the
wind. The storm passed from the south
west and had a rotary motion. It swept
down with fearful fury, striking first just
south of the city hall, then carried away the
third and fourth stories of Mount Vernon
mill. From there it swept on in a path 500
The Methodist church fell just a few min
utes before 250 people left the Sunday-school
room. The Commercial Hotel lost its third
story. Next the wind struck the county
courthouse and rendered it a heap of ruins.
,By rare luck, however, the county records
The Crew's block on the'south side of the
square is levelled with the earth, and under
it was found the body of John Crew, the
owner of the block, formerly of Chicago.
The zoof and second story of Stratton & Co.'s
hardware store was blown away. A large
two story brick school house did not with
stand the terrible shock any better than the
smallest house in the track of the cyclone.
The large two story frame house of Geo.
Ward was picked up and carried about
twenty feet and left unhurt, while two brick
buildings within one hundred feet were left
The loss cannot be estimated, but not less
than a million dollars' worth of property has
been destroyed by the cyclone and fire in
that neighborhood. The sky has cleared
and no clouds give any intimation of the
disastrous storm of a few hours ago.
It is growing colder and many homeless
people will suffer if the weather becomes
Reports are coming in from the country
bnd the storm seems to have swept every
thing for miles. Incalculable loss of life
and great suffering will follow unless outside
assistance is given.
One hundred persons are being cared for
by physicians in the best possible manner.
The railroad shops were badly damaged and
a great many homes destroyed. People are
outdoors who live in the track of the storm.
The dead and dying are scattered through
out the city. The doors of all remaining
houses have been thrown open to the less
Three-fourths of the business portion of
the city is ruined financially. The public
square is in the centre of the town and the
courthouse is in the centre of the square.
The school building is in the northwest part
of the city, and all dwellings in that por
tion of the city are destroyed and the ruins
of some are still burning. In all five hun
dred buildings are destroyed and many
COLLZCTING TEE conPSxs.
The dead are now being gathered at the
Supreme Courthouse, which has been con
verted into a hospital for the dead and
wounded. This building is also damaged,
but not seriously. The latest reprts ow
31 dead and about 100 injured, some of
whom will die before morning.
rr LLSrED OSLY nyvursDUrEs.
The storm was preceeded by hail, but not
more than five minutes elapsed until the
fearful destroyer had swept over the doomed
town. Buildings were wrenched and twist
ed, and then dashed into pieces total wrecks.
Four men in the Evans Bank were im
prisoned in the ruins of the building and
burned to death. Their cries of pain and
distress were agonizing in the extreme, but
nothing could reach them. Their names
could not be obtained.
New Regulations for Pensions,
[ eos and (Gorier.1
CornxaA, February 17.--The comptroller
general to-day sent to the clerks of Courts in
this State a printed form, which was pre
-pred by the board, and is to be filled out
by all applicants for pensions. This action
became necessary, as there were such a large
number of applications being filed, and
there were grave doubts as to whether the
law was being properly complied with, and
whether many of the applicants were enti
tied to pensions. This document, which
was sent out so-day, requires very minute
answers to everything which relates to the
condition of the applicant.
The first question is "Are you married ?
Then, "Doyouownrealestate?" "Describe
your real property ?" The number of acres
or lots and their value, and the number of
houses and their value are then put down
with their location.
The next question is : "Does your real es
tate yield you any ineome and what amount?'
The amount of money. cotton, corn and all
other products must then be put down.
"Do you own any personal property?'' is the
next question, and there is room for the
number and value of almost every animal
and article of personal property, from a goat
to a steamship. "What income does your
personal property yield you?" "Do you re.
eive a salary ?" "What amount?" "Do
you receive any wages?" What amount?'
"Do you receive an income or fees from any
profession, office, or occupation of any kind,
which added to the gross income of your
farm or rents which you may receive, will
yield altogether the gross amount of $250)
These answers are sworn to by the appli.
cant, and if he has a wife she has to ge
through the same form and swear to it, and
then two outsiders who know the applicant
must swear that they believe the return of
property and the schedule of income made
by the applicant to be true.
In addition to this the following circular
was to-day sent out:
Office of Comptroller-Goneral,
COLUMBLA, S. C., Feb. 15, 1888.J
To Auditors, Physicians, and Clerks: In
filling up blank certificates you will please
give in full the reasons which govern you
in making certificate. The auditor will
please select, himself, the witnesses who
make the affdavit to the schedule of proper.
ty, and not leave this selection to applicant.
The physicians will give in full the na
ture of wound and extent of disability there
Clerks can give reasons for signing certi
ficate on separate sheet.
J. S. VERNER,
Married Man and. Pretty Maid.
ORAsoEBUG,. Feb. 16.-One of the most
interesting topics of conversation in this
city for the past month has been the disap
pearance of Mr..James Van Tassel: the prin
cipal facts of which have already been pub
lished. It is said that he raised, by mort.
gaging his property, a considerable sum of
money, and in addition borrowed heavily
from the building and loan association of
which he was a member.
Mr. Van Tassel's property here consists of
two lots in an eligible and desirable part of
the city, upon one of which is a two-story
building, a store beneath and a dwelling in
the upper story, with necessary and con
venient outbuildings, altogether worth a
pretty considerable sum. These are under
mprtgage, the judge of probate holding one
as security to a guardianship and bond for
the children of Mrs. Syfrett. a sister of Mrs.
Van Tassel. Mr. Van Tassel is of medium
height, rather stout, and of light complexion,
and is a man of pleasing address. He is not
a native of this place, but came here after
the war. He went into politics and was
elected auditor of this county, which office
he was holding when the D..mocratic party
came into power.
The Columbia papers speak of the disap
pearance of Miss Nelson, of that city about
the same time that Mr. Van Tassel shook the
dust of this place from his feet. Miss Callie
Nelson visited the family of Mr. Van Tassel
here during the summer of 1887, and it is
said that Mr. Van Tassel became very much
attached to her during her visit. She spent
several months at Mr. Van Tassel's. Miss
Nelson is said to be a very handsome wo
man, rather small, with dark hair and eyes.
She is about eighteen and walks very erect.
Altogether she is very stylish and attractive.
About a month ago, Mi's Callie Nelson, a
pretty young lady of Columbia, ran away
from her home, and a day or two after leav
ing sent a note back to her friends, saying
she was going somewhere to seek work.
There was no cause for any such act on her
part, as she had a home with all the com
forts of life, and her friends were greatly
surprised at the course she took.
About the same time Miss Nelson left Col
umbia, Mr. Van Tassel, a prosperous mer
chant, of Orangeburg, mortgaged all his
property, and raised from every possible
source all the money he could, probably ten
thousand dollars, and he left. A day or two
after he left his wife got a brief postal card
from him, without place or date on it. Since
t is nothing has been heard from him. It is
not known that the two are together, but all
things put together, lead the public to be
lieve that they have run away together.
Marion's Drug Store Bar Room.
Dr. E. L. Brown, who a few days ago was
convicted by the Town Council of selling
whiskey illegally, has presented a letter to
the council stating that, while he had no in
tention of doing so, he had violated the laws
of the town, that he made mistakes as to his
authority; and that be wished to continue
the drug business on his own exclusive ac
count. He pledged himself to conduct the
business strictly in accordance with the law;
asked that further prosecution against him
be dropped, and that some portion of the
fine imposed be remitted.
The council has consented to withhold
further prosecution so long as there is no
violation of the State law and town ordinance,
but no portion of the fine was remitted.
Thus, in the most agreeable manner pos
pible, came to an end what has been to the
whole people a very unpleasant matter.
Worthy of all Praise.
The last issue of the Aiken Recorder con
tains the announcement that Mrs. C. E. R.
Drayton will assume 'ts management for
the future. In her card Mrs. Drayton says:
"With God's blessing and kind counsel, w
hopeto make the Recorder still a good and
interesting paper. We are more than grate
ful for words and acts of kindness, which
friends,. from. far and near, have spoken and
dorre. To-our subscribers we would earn
etly beg that they continue their subscrip
tions, and we will endeavor to make it as
easy as; pssible for them to pay their dues.
Remember, dear friends, that a woman is
now tryng, with God's help and guidance.
to fillth place of father and mother to her
The First Treasurer's Settlement.
Mr. John B. McFaddin, County Treasur
er of Chester, made the first complete settle
ment made by a County Treasurer with the
Comptroller-General for the present year.
In other respects Mr. Mck'addin's is a re
markable one, as he has had to take out no
executions, and all in litigation is $18 on
land, the ownership of which is being set
ted in court. The amount of nula bona is
also very small, and, altogether, this settle
ment is an admirable one, and most credit
able to Mr. McFaddin's official ability. The
following figures are taken from it :
Total State Tax Charged...$15,500.09
Paid State Treasurer........ .$15,125.42
Abated by Comptroller General
by errors .................... 16.83
In Litigation.................. 18.00
The height of the CONGAREE river at
Columbia, as reported to the KYews and Cour
ir, is as follows:
Feb. 17.-i foot 6 inches above low water
mark and falling.
[The Kewos and Courier has not reported
the Congaree since Feb. 17th.]
The height of the WATEREE at Kings
vile, as follows:
Feb. 16.-10 feet above low water mark
Feb. 20.-7 feet and 6 inches above low
A Grand Record.
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vegetable, and can be safely and advantage
ously used under any circumstances. It
acts mildly and effectually and is especial
ly valuable as a Family Medicine, which po
sition it holds in so many homes. We do
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bring forward such indorsements from heads
of families and those holding the highest of
ficial and social positions. Keep Simmons
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families health and happiness.
It seems strange but it is nevertheless true
that the world contains people who will try
to imitate, counterfeit or substitute some
thing else for a genuine, meritorious article,
even to the extent of making aspurious med
icine, risking life and health, and it be
hooves every one to look that they buy only
the genuine. Zeilin & Co. have used the
precaution to put on the front of each wrap
per their trade-mark of a curved Z entwined
around the mortar, and on the side the sig
nature of J. A. Zeilin & Co., in red ink.
Frauds should always be denounced and
the true remedies upheld.
Belting, Packing, Oils, and Mill
supplies generally; lowest prices,
also, a few second-band Gins Presses,
TLoric. & Tow-e-a olumbia S. C.
Mr. N. H. Frohlichstein, of Mobile, Ala.,
writes: I take great pleasure in recommend
ing Dr. King's New Di scovery for Consump
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Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
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JOSEPH F, RHAME,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
Valuable Florida Land for Sale.
I give notice, that I am agent for the
Land Department of the Florida Southern
Railway Company, which owns large
bodies of valuable and choice lands in va
rious parts of the State of Florida, now on
the market to suit purchases. Any infor
mation wanted concerning these lands can
be obtained by applying to the under
signed.- JOSEPH F. RHAME,
Manning, S. C.
Estate of Susan G. Bochette
On the 14th day of March we will apply
to the Judge of Probate for a final discharge
as Executors of the Estate of Susan G. Bo
LOUIS N. RICHBOURG,
S. A. BRUNSON,
Feb. 14, 1888.
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Charleston, S. C
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MANUFACTURERS PRICES. ae lcs ivr
We are selling our Fertillzer at the follow- PltdwrSpc
ilco, pGibbs & Co.'s Manipulated Guano, eadE-gse.
less than 10 tons, per ton, $25.00; ten tons
Wnlco, Gibbs ( o.s Sperphosphate, less pcaateioisaldt urtcko
than 10 tons, ner ton, $15.50; ten tons and Wthsi odadSle n ie
pExcellentergi S tandard Guano, less
than 10 tons, per ton, S22.50; ten tons and Bs od tLws rcs
upd Delivred to ailroad or Steamboat Sle obeCs ace,$.0 1.0
at Charleston, free of Drayage.an $1.u tohefesrarodiepec
English Acid Phosphate. Lde'Gl ace 3,$0 n 4
Nitrate of soda. aduwrs
Nova Scotia Land Plaster, Afn tc fSreosadDaho
Ground Fish Scrap.me'tolanmtri.
Cotton Seed Meal,
and Fertilizer supplies generally; all best WaceanJwlrcrfuyre
quality, at lowest market prices,.ard
- bmmunicate with us before buying else- A E LLN&C.
THE WILCOX & G16BS GUANO CO.,25KiGShT
138 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
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