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THE TANING THEES.
S. A. NETTLES,
EDrron A2D PaorIn1ron.
M. CLINTON GALLUCHAT,
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S. A. NETTLES,
Manning, S. C.
Wednesday, NOV. 21,1858.
Your same in Prtil.
-Mr. Harvey Mitchum has a large school
-Dr. A. J. Briggs and Mr. W. S. Holla
day gave us a pleasant call last week.
-Mr. W. S. Pack, who is attending the
Charleston Medical College, spent Sunday
and oionday in town.
-Mr. Geo. Hammell, who is now tele
graph operator at Chadbourn, on the W. C.
lAbx. R., was in town last Monday, visit
ing home folks.
Mr. Henry A. Tisdale has not yet
been able to hear anything of his
Clarendon was largely repi'esented
at the State Fair last week. Every
part of the county was represented.
The farmers had their annual meet
ing in Columbia last week, which
was well attended. We publish an
account of it on our first page.
The Wilson railroad is running
now almost to Summerton, and is
carrying passengers and hauling
Dr. A. J. Briggs is proving very
successful in treatment of cancers and
chronic ulcers. He has recently cur
ed three bad cases, and has now sev
eral under treatment, one of which
is in New Jersey. The cures are won
derful. He is making treatment of
cancers and chronic ulcers a specialty.
The two bears that were recently
exhibited in our town had a little
fun in St. Matthews oin their own ac
count. In a pretended tussle with
one of the showmen, the bear slapped
him in the face so hard as to dra w
the blood plentifully, and then he
went to hugging the fellow so tight
that it took the other two fellows to
pull him off.
We learn that the Methodist church
of this place will have two lists of
members. One list will contain the
namesof the supporters of the church;
the other, a pauper list of those who
are religiously fed but contribute lit
tie or nothing towards the support of
the church. Some curious persons
would like to know the length of the
two lists and who the supporters and
The Hampton Light Dragoons pa
raded in full uniform on Saturday
last, and after a creditable exhibition.
of themselves were paid the State
military appropriation of 188S, by
Capt. Braisford. With their cbar
acteristic dash and indomitable pluck,
and despite short crops and low priee
of cotton. the Dragoons are arranging
a program for the Christmas hohi
days, that will give delight to all; and
especially to the fair ones, whom the
Dragoons delight to serve.
Mrs. Bebecca A. Hodge died Sun
day morning, Nov. 11th, at the resi
dence of her son-in-law, Capt. D). J.
Bradham. Mrs. Hodge had been an
invalid for a long time, and for the
last four weeks of her life she sufered
intensely from a complication of dis
eses. She was one of the origial
members of the Manning Baptist
church, and lived a consistent chris
tian life. She was the mother of
three children: two sons who lost
their life in defense of their country,
and one daughter, Capt. Bradhanm's
Mr. Mitch Levi and Mr. 3. W.
Weeks were very successful at the
State Fair, havince won four prizes
with their three Yirorses. Mr. Levi
took the blue ribbon (first prize) for
the finest pair of mares in double
arness, and the red ribbon (second
-' fo the finest, mare in single
; Mr. J.W...Weeks took the
red ribbon for Snest horse in single
harness; Messrs. Levi & Weeks the
blue ribbon for finest cross team in
double harness. The horses, driving,
and drivers were the finest on the
ground, and were highly compliment
ed. Each blue ribbon was worth
twenty dollars, and each red ribbon
fve, making fity dollars as the result
of their four prizes. Well done.
An Eegant pair of Spectacles for 50c.
at Dinkins & Co's.
We wrote last Saturday the first
receipt for a subscription to the Toias
going into 1890. It was for one of
the most prominent farmers of this
county. We begin sending out this
week our little bills for subscription.
Each subscrib~er in arrears will g-et
one of these little billet doux every
week until he settles up, an-d it's lots
cf trouble for us to send them out.
Several promised us last spring that
they would settle early ia the fall if we
would not then send them any of
these little bills. We think early fall
is past. Please give these billet doux
attention-P. 5. All our subscribers
will not get a billet doux this week, as
we have not been able to get things
ust in prper shape; but nobosly will
be slgtd next week. Won't every
one ofour subscribers in arrears save
us this trouble by sending us immlre
datelv what they owe us.
Mrs. Mahoney, wif of Trial Justice
John H. Mahoney, of acksville, died
Nov. 12th. Mrs. Mahoney had been
sick for a long time, and death was a
happy release from her sufferings.
Boyce Nelson, a colored man of
this place, sent a huge okra stalk to
the Fair, on which he took a premi
um. The stalk was nine feet high,
and three inehes in diameter, and had
borne in quantity in proportion to its
The Eutawviilc railroad is all grad
ed to Summerton, and ready for the
laying of the track. As soon as the
bridge across Santee is finished, the
track will be laid. The city council
of Sumter wc ill present the road a site
for its depots.
The Treasurer will be in Salem
next week collecting taxes. At Hus
bands's store, Monday 26th; R. E.
Smith's, Tuesday 27th; W. J. Gib
bons's. Wednesday 28th. After that
date the books will be open every
day inManning till Dec. 15th.
Mr. Jos. S. Mitchum, of Jordsn,
and Miss Lizzie Murray, of Berkeley
county, were married Sunday, Nov.
11th, at the residence of Dr. E. N.
Ayers, the bride's brother-in-law. The
handsome groom and beautiful bride
will make their hore in Clarendon.
Adeline Turner, a colored woman
of this place, was found in the woods
in the western edge of town, last Sat
urday morning in a mentally de
ranged and physically denuded condi
tion. She had been out for several
days, and when found was totally
naked. She has been taken in charge
by the police, and is receiving medical
Fragments from Foresten.
FonEsToN, Nov. 20.-The meeting at the
Baptist church was closed on account of
inclement weather. No additions to church.
Maj. C. S. Land is in Charleston for the
purpose of engaging some nice beeves for
the Gala Week.
Dr. L. W. Nettles has had an application
for our school.
Mr. W. T. t. Sprott is again at his busi
ness, and Mrs. HudgiRs is rapidly conva
The colored free school commenced on
Monday of last week by Butler Prince.
M 1aj. Land has sold his Dukes' farm plan
:ation to a gentleman from Doves, Darlingt n
county, who will take possession about the
middle of December. We consider this
quite an acquisition to Foxeston.
Quite a number of our citizens will at
tend the Charleston Gala. F.
Svzn:ros, Nov. 19.-We have been hav
ing very disagreeable weather for the last
The health of this community is very
good. Mr. B. R. Br" ant, who had his arm
badly lacerated in his gin some time ago, is
The crops are nearly harvested. The
cotton crop is considerable less than last
year. The corn is the shortest we have had
since '81. There has been a great deal <-f
hay gathered, and if the farmers will plant
largely of oats they can make up for the
short corn crops.
The Sunmmnerton high school is doing
well under the management of Prof. Russel
Several of tbe Sommertonites attended
the Fair in Columbia last week. Mr. J. S.
Cnty ha. a Duchbelt bull on exhibition,
nd sold him fora good price. Mr. Mitch
Lvi had his pair otfiune mares in the ring,
but a pair of bays carried off the blue rib
bon. Levi's trotted off with red all the
same. Dr. T. L. Burgess and wife, Mr. J.
D. Rutledge, and Mrs. S. R. Cole will leave
iee to-day, via Wilson & Summetton R. R.,
for Charleston. C
Notes from Jordan.
Jona, Nov. 17.-Things are moving on
quite smoothly at Jordan. Corn and cotton
:rops have been about gathered, and the
farmers are busy housing potatoes, of which
there is a good crop. A fine crop of peas
has been made, for which there is at pres
ent a good demand.
The corn and cotton crops in our section
have been almost a failure, and now cross
ties is all the go, which I think is going to
injure our county.
The Jordan merchants are monopolizing
the county trade. The reason is that they
sell very- low, and of course people will pur
chase where they can get goods on the most
Since the free schools have begun in our
distrit, they have bean largely attended.
Miss Josie McLean has about forty scholars
at the Jordan school. That has been, and
is yet, a great faux pas with our people.
They seem to depend too much on the pub
lie for the tuition of their children, and as
long as they stand back for that they will
never reap much benefit from what they do.
The way for us to make our common schools
what they should be, is to come together in
dependent of the public fund and locate
the school houses in their proper places,
procure goodi, competent teachers, send the
children out in full attendance, visit the
schools, and see that the teachers do their
duty: then our common schools will be on a
irn basis. M1.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. y. CENEY-& CO., Props., Toledo, 0.
We, th'eundersigned, have known F. J.
Chncy for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in 'all business
transactions, and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their firm.
West and Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Tol
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
. H. Van Hoesen, Cashier, Toledo Nation
al Bank. Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucus
surfaces of the system. Price, 75c. per bot
le. Sold by all Druggists.
CONSUMPTION SURE~LY CURED.
To 'rHE Ennon-Please inform your read
er that I have a positive remedy for the
bove named disease. By its timely use
tho.usads of hopeless cases have been per
manntly cured. I shall be glad to send
t~o bottles of my remedy FrEE to any ol
your readlers who have consumption if they
wil send me their express and post offce
T. A. SLOCUM, M. C. 181 Pearl st., N. I
ASj~U:DIT3 S. C.
Specialist for the cure oi Cancers and
prm Correspondence solicited.
TOTICE IS HERtE;Y GIVEN THAT:]
have made arr:'agements with Mr. W.
K. Bell, of Mr~nning, to promptly forward
me any teleg :9s or other ofiicial commnuni
cations. By tiiis meatns I shall be able, ii
a ew hours, to attend any inquest.
P. C. COCHRAN,
(l'rmor Ciarendon Couintv.
Nl3'LE , SOiES A IES AND ruNs.
When a hundred bottles of sarsaparilla of
other pretentious specifies fail to' eradicate
in-born serofnla or contagions blood poison,
renembor that B. B. B. (Botanic Blood
Balm) has gained many thousand victories,
in as many seemingly incurable instances.
S-nd to the Blood Balu: Co.. Atlanta, Ga.,
for "Book of Wonders." and be convinced.
It is the :dyb/ Tan: o:: m: .
G. W. Messer, lowell's X iRaads, Ga.
write.;: "I was afflicted nine years with
sores. All the medicine I could takA dui
MOm no good. I then tried B. B. B., and 8
bottles enred ime sound."
Mrs. S. 1I. Wilson, Round Mountain,
Texas. writes: "A lady friend of mine was
tronbled with bmups and pimples on her
face? and neck. She took three bottles of
B. B. ., and her skin got soft and smooth,
pimples disappeared, and her health im
Jas. L. Bo'or th, Atlanta, Ga., writes:
"Some years ago I contracted blood poison.
I had no appetite. my digestion was ruined,
rheuratis- drew up mfyl limbs so 1 could
hardly walk, my throat w;-s cauterized five
times. Hot Springs gave me no benefit,
and my life was one of torture until I gave
B. B. B. a trial, and surprising as it may
seem, the use of five bottles cured me."
. Lw sear
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength.and wholesomeness. More
conomieD'. than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold in competition with the mul
titude of low test, short weight, alum or
phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
RonA BAXING PowIDER Co., 106 Wall St.,
BULTMANN & BRO.,
-Manufacturers of and Dealers in
ALL KINDS OF
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES, E&c.
ASSRLT SUMER s C
Ni 8 N . .
12.5 E .3 Ax 430r
. 2.0XSR .10 sU 6.25 a at
LcLsCH oU ND.E ouD
No: 78. No. 27. No. 1.
8.0a 6 .30 A 4 .25 r
9.38A~ 8 .10 .x 8.05 r
11.2OAM .0 a 9.50
No.2 No. 23. sto.a A2h7e JNion,
Loe's Florncer, an- igte;N.7tp
av Lanes- inl o 3wl tpa l
sainonga.Nos. 27 and 61 stop atlslyJnto
all stations between Charleston and Flor
ence on signal. No. 14 stops at all stations,
except Oakley, on signal.
S, C, $C1tri I~airoad.
No. 52. No. 14.
Leave Charleston 7.00 A xt 4.30 P M
Arrive Lanes - 8.20 A x G.2 px
Arrive Manning 8.53 A xI 7.12 i' 3
Arrive Sumter 0.16t A ~x 7.45 p
Arrive Colunmbia 10.30 A xi 9.05 P x
No. 53. No. 57.
Leave Columbia 5.33 r~ a 7.00 A 3!
Arrive Sumter 6.46 P 3! 8.15 A 3!
Arrve Manning 7.12 i' x 8.55 A 3!
Arrive Lanes 7.43 ptx 9.29 A
Arrive Charleston 9.10 r at 11.70 A 3!
Nos. 52 and 53 stop ofi signal at Lanes
Foreston, Manning, Sumter, and Wedge
field. Nos. 14 and 57 stops at all stationi
between 'Lines and Columbia on signal
Nos. 53 and 52 connet at Columbia wit]
trains to and from all points on the Char
lotte, Cohnibia and Augusta and Columnbi
and Greenville Ra.ilroads. Nos. 60, 61, 52
53, 57, and 14 connect at Lanes with trains
to and~l from Goretowni.
*No. 23. *No. 27. tNo. 15
L' Wilmgtn 8.05 r. Mz. 10.10 P. c. 2.40 P. M
L've Marion 11.16 r. Mr. 12.37 A.M. 5.23 p. M
Ar Florence 12.10 A. 3!. 1.20 A. M. 6.10 r. M
*No. 50. tNo. 58
L'v Florence 3. 20 A. MX. 6.20 p.
Ar Sumter 4.40 A. M. 7.40 r. x
I tNo. 52. *No. 56
L'v Sumter 4.40 a. M.. 9.20 A. ii. 7.47 r'.
Ar Columbia 6.15 a. xr. 10.30 A. xT. 9.05 p. M
*No. 51. -No. 57. 'No. 53
Lv Colm"bia 11.25 P. M. 7.00 A. z. 5.33 r.
Ar Sumter 12.52 A. ~X. 8.15 A. 3!. 8.45 p. M
Lv Sumter 12.52 A. at. 8.25 A. Mi.
Ar Florence .2.20 A. M. 0.410 A. xi.
- No. 78. tNo. 66. "No. 14~
Lv Florence 4.35.A. 2. 10.00 A. at. 8.20 p. x
Lv Marion 5.22 A. at. 10 A2 a. at. 8.55 r'. M
Ar Wihmatn 8.35 A. 3!. 1.40 r. xz. 11.50 p. x
*Daily. iDaily except Sunday.
Nos. 58, 53, and.606 connect at Florence
with C. & D. R. R
Nos. 52, 53, 56. and 57 are throu~gh train
between Charleton and Colunmbia, via Cen
I Nos. 78 anid 14 make close connection a
'Wilington for all pointsNorth.
J. R. KEst.Y, J. F. DIvi~r,
Se.pt Tra~ns. Gen 1 Sup't.
Bogin's Old Stand.
Goods Well Bout
Fair Honest Treatmnen
Two of the Ruling Prii
ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED TO
F E RDINA
Clothing! Clothing!! Clothing!!!
To Th.e F'mcPle of Clarendon.
D. J. WIN N
-Has Just Opened Up The Largest Stock of
MEN'S AND BOYS' DRESS SUITS,
Business Suits, School Outfits,
Ever Brought to pmter.
pa- GREAT VARIETY OF -8
Overceoats, Linen, W~ooien, and Flannel Underwea~r.
BEST QUALITY AND LATEST STYLES.
i BJGG RlOBSs U)Mi: AiN"> VALiS i
AT EXTREM!ELY LOW PRICES.
remendous Stock Just in, Fresh From Northern Markets, and
At the old Reliable Clething Hueo
McElree's New Jowelry Palace,
.202 s.inag street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK
IN~ THE SOUTHERN STATES.
Gold Watches, Silver Watches, Waterbury Watches, and
Second Hand Watches,
LVER PLATED WARE, AND WEDDING PRESENTSI
SpedtaclcS, Eye Glasses,
AND ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY AT
McElree's New Jewelry Palace,
267 King Street, CHARLESTON, S. C.
toves, H~ardwaire, Tinware.
R. M. MASTERS
Has Just Laid in a Tremecndous btock of
At the Lowest Possible Pricos.
-CHEAP FOR CASH.
This stock Must Se sold Regardless cf Prices.
g COME ON4E, COME ALL, T~
Slate or Tin Roofing done promptly by first class workmen. Cou1ntry
. lle hATES D Chor. Quen & ing StesaCHARLESTON. S. C.
IS LIKE SUCCESS!
N D L E
Lht Are Half Sold
for All My Custmi
eipies in My
ITED FOR THE*
DON FRIENDS .
GIVE ME THEIR PA
R, S. C.
CHEAP ASH TORE.
HEAP DASH TORE.
M, KALISKY, Agent,
BEST GOODS! LO WEST PRICES!
I have been in Manning for a year, and
the people have had ample opportunity of
finding me out. I feel proud of the fact
that my trade has steadily increased, and
that I number among my regular custom
ers many of the best families in the town
Low Prices and Fair Dealing
has been the cause of this. I desire to re
turn thanks for the liberal patronage given
me, and to solicit its continuance.
Breakfast strips, in canvass, 12.} cents
very best. Choice Hams, sugar cured,
In Canned Goods, I have all kinds, just
bought: Okra and Tomatoes, Tomatoes,
Pease, Corn, Peaches, Apples, Salmon, etc.
Bolona Sausage, Cream Cheese, Macaroni.
Flour, Bacon, Lard. Grist, etc.
I have the best and cheapest shoes in this
market, and for quality, can beat the market.
5000O Boodle Cigars, be:t .5o cigar in town.
Call quick, before all are gone.
No trouble to show goods.
Before purchasing call at my store, and
see my goods. Give me a chance to sell
you goods, and you will be pleased with
my low prices. M. KALISKY, Agt.,
Opposite Court House.
TEAS, WINES, BRAND I
OF EVERY ST, WH
No. 314 ID
Between Society and George.
* ~ CHARLES
Largest variety of fall and wii
mnanufactories, ever dis]
SILKS, SATINS, EMBROIDERY,:
COMBINATION SUITS, TRICO
FURS. FEATHERS, Al
Rugs, Oil Cloth and Matting,
eral dry goods line, 'at tihe lowe
23-4 King Street,
JTTER, S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLARETDOI.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
S. A. Rigby,-plaintiffagainst S. A. Johnson,
Judgment of FEbThrc ad Sale.
Pursuant to an orde of his court in
above stated case I wil sal at &e Court
House in Manning, -in maid Osenty, for
cash, on Monday the 3rd day of December
next, within legal hours of Wate. tethe high
est bidder, the following propety to wit:
All that piece or parcel of land situated
in the said county of Clareadon ee7ni
one hundred and five aeree, Sa :bunded
on the north by lands formerly ovd ,by
Lawrence Seymour, now claimed b oe
Levi; bounded 'on the- south by f
Louis Loyns; bounded on the eat ti.tsnds
now or formerly lands of estate of Sohn W.
Hedge; and bounded on the west by. lands
conveyed by R. EB. Harvin tciames A.
Thompson; and south-west by lads -..
said R. E. Harvin. ~The said parcel of land
being represented on a plat thereof dated
February 163, 1881, made by T. M. Nichols,
Purchaser to pay for papers.
Sheriff Clarendon Codnty.
ILadies' Handkerchiefs. plai and colored
jbordrs 2} cents up, at F. Levis, Sumtei
A NN.& CO.
B' ALES AND LIQUORS
LESALE AND RETAILl
CHARLESTON, 8. O
rs filled with care.
-lEN & CO.,
TON, S. C.
iter goods, from all theleading
layed in South Carolina.
[ADES' UINDERWARE, LOVELY
S, FLANNELS, 'CASHM1ERES,
(D ASTRAKHAN, ALL
AND CRUMB CLOTH.
-in fact every tilin gin the gen
t prices, at
IEN & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.