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Manning. S. C.
ublishes all County and Town I
Wednesday, June 6 1894.
Year 3iame in Frint'.
-Mrs. E. Nettles, Mr. S. A. Nettles a
and Abie Nettles arrived home last
Saturday evening from their tour
through thxe several States from here
-Mr. J. T. Stukes went to Spar- t
tanburg last Monday to attend the
commencement exreises of Convene
colege, where his daughtei, Miss
The swbolar offMrs. M.M. David'sschool
spent a pleasant evening last Friday at the
Base ball goods at Dinkins & Co.'.
The sheriff is after the poll tax od
sad from the number of warrants I r
with him by the trial justices he to likely
to be kept quite busy for soinetime.
Babies' fine caps at Louis Loynas.
Married, last Thursday at the resi
dence of the bride's parents, Mr.
Westly Drose, of Clarendon, and Miss
Limie Timmons, of Williamsburg. e
Base balls and bes at Dinkins A Co.'s. I
Died, suddenly ii Sumter. last Thue
day Mr. J. Henry Watsoni He was well I
known in Clarendon. and served Ia the
army with a good many from this eodaty. ]
A full line of delicious candies at Din- 6
kins a Co.'1.
The county commissionera met last Fri-,
day. They put up the old riekety re.
=ant of the court heuse fence at auatiPTi, U
and it brought 12.50. The cost of tsaring C
it down and hauling away will b
mose than the fence.
Fresh garden seed and onion setts at
The Knights of ythias meet to
Lok at the date on the label of your e
paper and if your subscuiption is out or
about to be snd usarenewal.
"Oh! for a Knight' we'll merry,
merry be!" is a popular song just ~
now upthe street- .
Once you try Stollwerck'e choclates and
cocoas you will always want them Me
Died, at her home near Foreston,
last Monday, Miss Bessie White, aged
ahout 27 years, a daughter of Dr. A.
"Pick Leaf" aimoking tobacco, 10 cents a
package-st W. Mi. Broekinton's.(
Mr. James A. lowden, ofWck
wille, was this morning cammittad a
a lunatie, and will be carried to th~e
asylum to-morrow morwing.a
The Times offie turns out beantifel job ~
work. When you want any give us s~call.
A new formoffiei noney1
order will be issedafter the 10th.
intand the fee has bedin redineed.
This was done to take the place of the
postal note system, and itia a decided
Choice ogc tobacco 50c. -and 75~c. per
pound at rczgo's drug store.
We regret not being'able to pub
ish this week a very able and inter
-ipg Wet on the liquor questienufrom
hi. I. I. Mood whicb appeared in
the Colnmbia Journal, bunt will- give e
it to our readers next week.
Atentian. bess ball elubs ! Base bal
and bats for sale at Dinkina A Co.'s. - .
Who'ever heard of a State senator
that didn't know the differenct be- j
tween aJune bug and a horne&y? i
Last Monday morning the question ,
caessep at the depot, and ode of1
South Caroline's annatoys left without ~
atiacetarily solvinigthe problem to
Iadies'~ artilcial flowers, ribbons and a
welvets, at Louis Loyns's.
Cisnb' Stand .Earied life.
We often-read where the-:question is pro.
-poemdedr"sa marran a faiture?" and the
mnsh mooted question ha. at last ben
assttsolved by a colored couple in
M=nyAbout a month ago Beverend i
William Singletary, a miniser of the-Wash e
Foot Baptist faith, was joined in wa ~kto
they'dow Mrs. Jane MeDowelL
coupn were married on a Saturday sid rs- I
aneined no until the following Wedieday c
wrhen they discovered that uarrirge with a
-them at leant, was a failure, and the tever
end left his bride, only taking with ilm- a
little keep sake as a reminider of his few ~
days of married life. *- E
J.W. NeLeod has in stock Stollwerek's
eebrated bends of of chocolate and c00as.
A good sewing machine on easy 'terms
tter for cash-at Brockintpa's drug store.
A Speslal Sete istriet. I
Upon the written request of a majority of
the taxpayers of School Distnect No. the
trustees of sad school district called a rub
lie meeting atOak Grove academy on~ May
29, 1894. .for the gurpose. of lev ' g a *
special tax for the support of the nc&s of g
said district. The chairman of thelboard
of trustees called the meeting to :order, '
read the request and explained the, laws. 1
$. B. Cole was elected. chairmar .with
W. A. Pitts as secretary: L. T.1%sher ~
moved that a special tezot d mills be levied
for the benefit of the schools of said ~ dis- r
trict, and after being seconded by W- R. t
Dingle the mdtion was carried by a unani- c
moos vote, and the chairman declred: the g
tax levied. -'
By motion of Peter Chewning the ~seors
tary was requested to send a copy ofs the a
gto the Manning Times for-pub.
By motion the meeting then adjourned
subject to the call of the chairmn. -
W. A. Prr,- Chairmsan.
Oak Grove Academy, May 29, 1894.
Itch on human, mange on horses; dogs
and all stock, cured in 39 minutes by I
Woolford's Sanitary lotion: This never 1
fails. Sold by J. G. Dinkina A Co., drug
gists, Manning, S. C.
If you want something delicious and
healthy to drink go to Nefeod's and buy I
*ltollwerck's chocolate and cocoas. .
Just received a fashionable and stylishI
assortment of ladies', misses' and children's
summer hats, also pattern hate, at Louis
Owing to the crowded condition
>f our columns this week we will not
give as elaborate an account of the
ourt's proceedings, as is our custom.
)n time Monday morning the court
vas called, with His Honor J. J.
qorton on the bench, and Major Abe
[evi acting solicitor. After the court
was organized His Honor delivered
n substance the following charge to
he grand jury:
You were fully instructed at the
sat term and I desire only to empha
dze the duty we all owe, as citizens,
o abide by the social compact, and
bey all our laws, and your further
luty as officers to see that they are
beyed, both in their letter and spirit
>y the citizens of your county.
The reports required to be placed
it this term of the court by the tress
rer, school commisuisioner and coun
y cowwissioners are specially called
* your attention, and will be handed
o you. It is your duty to examiue
hemt, bee that your county futids have
>een honestly and judiciously ex
ended; and you are entitled to ap
>uiut an expert not over four days at
iot more than $5 per day t9 assist
-ou in tbis investigation. If you find
hat any officer has been dishonest,
dict liim; if you find that by an
ionest mistake of judgment by which
ass has occurred to the officer:call it
o his attention privately or publicly
a in your discretion you may deemi
et to prevent . repetition of the
The confusion which has existed in t
be minds of the people respecting
be regulation of the sale of intoxica- I
ing liquors suggests the propriety of I
ay instructing you in regard to that. C
At the last general electiod the I
uestion prohibition was submitted I
the voters throughout the State.
L large majority of the votes cast I
We in favor of prohibition. A bill t
i*eansequently introduced at the 6
xt seision of the legislature to car- <
y out the wishes of the majority so 8
xpressed, but near the close of the t
ession this bill was changed into tha
'spesr law of 1892. It was at
in various forms in the courts t
nd a few weeks ago was declared t
nconstitutional, except in as far as I
Sforbids cities and towns and vil- I
ges from granting licenses and in so a
kr as it repealed all inconsistent laws. a
In the meantime the legislature in 1
893 substituted this by a similar act. I
a that the questions arose whether 1
woaffected by the decision of the I
upreme court and what was the 9
Wtus of the law. More recently two
ases have been decided by the an- 8
ceme court necessarily involving not G
aly the laws of 1892 and 1893, but'
R the laws on the subject, and in
ease it was decided that intoxicating'
s could not be lawfully sold t
thout a license and that no license
anbegranted,sothatthere can be
o lawful sale of intoxicating liquors t
The grand jury returned true bils'
a the following cases: Willie Bry
at, burglary and larceny: Mingo
f.lette, larceny of live stock; Lou
loins, assault and battery of a high'
ad aggravated nature; IsaacEHardy,
rglary and larceny; J. BR Gaynon,
erjury; Calvin Gamble and . el
fouzon, housebreaking and largeny; I
[enry Wells and Louis Burgess,:
raoa; J. W. Hodge and Hester I
ibbe unlawful marriage; Locius i
Iryapt, burglary and lareeny;Wastley 4
)eas, arson; John Brown, receivng'
~The first case tried was against
ingo Mslett for stealing a cow.- The
risoner went to trial without a law
eradwas acquitted. .
The next case was against Monday
agin for stealing a hog; guilty.
Willie Bryant, charged with bur
larj and larceny of chickens, wasI
lnd gulyof larceny.
IssaaHad plead guilty to the I
barge of burlayand larceny.
Calvin Gsnbl and Ezekil Monson i
lead guilty to the charge of hoase- 2
taking sad larcny.
Lucius Bryant was acquitted of the'
barge of housebreaking and larceny.
The prisoners charged with arson i
rere brought into court yesterday z
The case o ej aant5s
L Gaymon wsyestenlay 9
ad after the solicitor finished ~his c
rguent the adjournment hour ar
lied and the court defared charging:
be jury until this morning. Inline
itely after the convening of -the
ourt this morning His Honor delv-1
red isacharge to the jury and they(
aok the case to the jury room and
eturned a verdict of guilty. It
ri be remembered that at the last
m~of court Judge Benet ordered
Npoeution of Gaymon.
-Th next case was against Prince'
heriff, grand larcy, who was
arged with stealing goods the night 3
the first Mianning fire. Verdict,
ility, with recommendation to mer
y. His council gave notice that a,
otion for new trial would be made.
As we go to press the parties]
harged with the burning of the prop
rty of the Cypress Lumber Oompf
y are being tried.
G trand Jury Preseatment.
The State of South Carolina,1
the Court of Generil Sessions,
June Term, 1894.
M,2Cio, S. C., June 5th, 1894.
To His Honor J. J. Norton, Ire
iding Judge: The bills of indict
ient as handed us by the solicitor
re have acted upon in accordance 1
dth the instructions from the court.
The reports of the county treasurer,
hool commissioner and county corn
issioners have been placed in our
tands, and while they appear to..be
orrect and made out according to
be law, we have concluded, owinglo
be present busy season, to refer the
same to a committee of our body,
rho, with the comptroller general or
a expert employed by them, will
nake a proper and thorough examn
At the last term of the court we:
ained the poor house and jail and'
eported our conclusions to the court
herefore we deem it unnecessary to
nae another examination at this
Our attention has been directed to
matter which we feel bound to call
he attention of the court. One Ned
lackwell, a colored man, who has a
awful irife, is cohabiting with a
:lred feoman by the name of Hattie
ulton, sometimes called Hattie
waht and she has a lawful husband.1
The flagrant conduct of these parties
has become so obnoxious to the com
niunity in which they live that we
think the parties should be brought
before the court, and we herewith
present for indictment Ned Blackwell
and Hattie Fulton, alias Hattie
White, upon the charge of adultery,
nd as witnesses to prove the charge
we name Ben Fulton, James White,
Edward Nelson, J. H. Timmons.
*We thank Your Honor for the
murteous treatment we have received
t your hands.
W. C. BafA , Foreman.
THE SPRING MEDICINE.
"All run down" from the weakening ef
ects of warm weather, you need a good ton
c and blood purifier like Hood's Sarsapa
illa. Do not put off taking it. Numerous
ittle ailments, if neglected, will soon break
ip the system. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla
iow, to expel disease and give you strength
ad appetite. Hood's Pills are the best
amily cathartic and liver medicine. Harm
ess, reliable, sure.
Another Big tire.
Again we are called upon to chron
ele the bad news that our town was
riited by fire. Last Sunday night
tbout eleven o'clock fire was discov
red in the livery stables of Messrs.
Chomas & Bradham. Those that ar
ived upon the scene first say the fire
vas in the loft and under such head
way that it was with difficulty the
korses and mules were gotten out. In
6 marvelously short time the entire
tructure was enveloped in flames and
hey spread to the other buildings
kear by, taking in the house belong.
ng to Mr. D. M. Bradham and occu
>ied by Mr. C. F. Sansbury, only
living Mr. Sansbury time to get out
i portion of his household effects, and
rom this building Mr. B. F. Gibbs'
ionse ignited, and it and his adjoin
ng building was soon consumed. In
he rear of Mr. Gibbs'- house was a
edant house occupied by the family
4f Daymond Wilson, colored. Wil-.
on and his wife were at church when
he tire broke out and had left their
bildren locked up in the house.
'oe person happened to know of
be children being left at home, went
o them and only rescued them with
to time to spare after battering down
be door. The fire made a big blaze
ad large flakes of fire were scattered
31around town. The stiff breeze
rhich was blowing at the time, for
unately was taking the flames in an
ither direction otherwise the fire
rould have extended across the
treet and destroyed Mr. Bradham's
ni. The building opposite the
tables was only saved by the hard
st.work; had this building caught
rith the wind blowing as it was the
ither buildings would have gone also
ncluding Mr. Thomas' residence and
he Benbow hotel.
Thomas & Bradham were only in
ured for $700 on stables and con
ents, which will not near cover their
as. They saved very little, and had
eently hauled in 200 busbela of
or, besides the largoi quantity of
sod stuff they had cn hand; they lost
everal vehicles and all of their har
lesi anid saddlery, also a mowing
naine. On the house occupied by
r,Sanbury Mr. Bradham had a
tliy for P00, which is about one-1
mtal of the value of the building.
'here was no insurance on the build-'
ne owned by Mr. Gibbs. The orig
n ofthe fire is wrapt in mystery, and
tveryting about it indicates imeen-]
liarism. Very few of the colored
eople rendered any assistance, and
heause issupposed to be that after
he other fires, detectives, in looking~
or stolen goods, searched a good
nan~y of the colored folks' houses. ]
When the alarm was sounded ser
ices were in progress in the colored
fetiodist chnsch, and to prevent the
ieogle from going out, the door was
losie, and it was sometime before
be congregation could gt out.
English Spavin Liniment removes all
ard, soft or calloused lumps ad blemishes
ror'orses, blood spavins, curbs, .splints,
weeny, ring-bone, stifles, sprains, all
wollen throats. coughs. etc. Save $50 by
se of one bottle. Warranted the most
ronerful blemish cure ever known. Sold
.y J.'G. Dinkins &I Co., druggists, Man
War! on scrofula and every form of im
re..blood is boldly declared by Hood~s
arsaprilla, the great conqueror of all blood
Mr. C. L. Griffin, of Pinewood, was mar
ied tor Miss Lizie Moore. of Wedgefield, at
ie 1idhidece of the bride's father, Mr. Win.
(oore, on Thursday of last week. Bev. J.
i. Chandler offciated.
Mr: John Cousar and Miss, Cora DumBose,
oth -of Salem, Clarendon county, were
arrid at the Midway church Tuesday
iight, Rev. W. B. Workman offciating.
Ce church was beautifully decorated, and
as crowded with the friends of the young
ufte. The following were the attendants:
MrH. Y. Wheeler with Miss Janie Mc
Mr. W. D. Dickson with Miss Eddie
Mr.,Willie Burge.s with Miss Susie Ned
Mr. E. P. McLeod with Miss Bessie Mc
Mr. Chas. Richardson with Miss Olivia
Mr. 8. E. McFaddin with Miss Leila
Mr. HIeyward McFaddin with Miss Maria
Mr. Uenry Smith with Miss Lizzie
Mr.- Elli DuBose with Miss Mamie
Mr. B. Alfred Burgess with Miss Blanche
Mr. S. L. Epps was the groom's beet
Ater the marriage~ ceremopy was per
orined the bridal party and invited guests
were given a reception at the residence of
ir. B. ~. McFaddin, grand-father of the
ide,-and the evening was delightfully
spent. Refreshments were served, and
Lancing was had. The newly wedded
ouple received a large number of hand
oe presents.-Sumter Herald.
An te~talethat your blood
- *gthand kj'~" em leiont.
Afe bottles of S. S. .waltremove
all for'r and maU26tctr, cleanahs
tgeloo tlrugland give a clear
and voay compkzo. Itis most effect
Chas. Heatsa, 3 Laare) StreetPhila.,5y
"ied toasheea assmarn mor
WkE3dr aesaesa 'moa
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Ladies' Summer Corsets, 50c. R. & G. Corsets, 75c.
Fancy Duckings, 10c. Crepons now 15c.
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Nottingham Lace Curtain, tape sides, 10c.
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CHrALToN, S. C., April 23, 1894.
r On -and after this date the following pas.
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No 78 No 14 *No60
Lv Charleston 3 35 am 3 30pm 5 00 pm
Ar Lanes 5 30 am 5 29 pm 700pm
ArFlorence 7 10 am 6 45 pm 8 50 pm
No 23 No 61 No 35
Lv Florence 7 25 pm 7 45 am 3 37 am
Ar Lanes 900 am 920 am 9 20 am
Ar Charleston 11 00 pm 11 21 am 6 50 am
WILMINGTON, COLUMBIA, & AUGUS
Im'INGToN, N. C., April 23, 1894.
Lv Wilmington 6 40 pm
Lv Marion 9 56 pm
Ar Florence 10 40 pm
Lv Florence 5 10 am .
Lv Marion 5 54 am
Ar Wilmington - 9 10 am
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
No 58 No 52 No 50
Lv Florence 7 45 am 7 10 pm.
Lv M1ayesville 9 00 am- 8 70 pm
Ar Sumter 9 20 am 8 28 pm
Ar Wedgefield 10 08 am 8 50 pm
Ar Columbia 1105 am 10 00 pm
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
No 59 No 53 No 51
Lv Columbia 4 20 pm 4 30 am
Lv Wedgetfiel 5 18 pm 5 35 am
Lv Saiimter 5 45 pm 5 3.5 pm 5 57 am
Lv Mayesville 6 02 pm 6 14 pp
Ar Florence 6 55 pm 7 15 pm
CENTRAL RiAILROAD OF S. C.
Dated April 23, 1894.
No 52 No 82
Lv Charleston 7 00 am 440 am
Lv Lanes 8 40 am t 15 am -
Lv Foreston 9 02 am 9 33 am
Lv Wilsons 9 09 am 10 10 am '
Lv Manning 9 18 am 1100 am
Lv Harvins 9 28 am 1140 am
Ar Sumter 948 am 1235 pm
Ar Columbia 1105 am 4 00 pm
No 53 No 83
Lv Columbia 4 20 pm 4 40 am
Lv Sumter 5 40 pm 8 40 am
Lv Harvins 6 04 pm 9 50 am
Lv Manning 6 15 pm 10 40 am
Lv Wilsons 6 27 pm 11 10 am
Lv Foreston 6 35 pm 11 35 pm
Ar Lanes 7.00 pm 12 30 pm
Ar Charleston 8 40 pm 414 pm
MANCHESTER AND AUGUSTA R. R.
Leave Privateer.................1110 a m
Leave Pinewood ................1140 a. m
Arrive Remini ..................1159 am
NO 9 . -
Leave Remini.................. 100 p i
Leave Pinewood................ 120p m
Leave Privateer ................ 150 pm
Arrive Sumter.................. 2 10 p m
Charleston, Sumter, & Nothern Be Bs
CHAS. E. KIMBALL, REczIvz.
NORTH BOUND TRAIN.
Lv Charlestoni.......... ..... 6 50 a m
LvPregnall..................8 810 a mn
Lv Sumter.... .............10 25 a in
Lv Darlington...............11 45a m
Lv Bennottsville.............12 45 p m
Ar Gibson................. 105p m
No. 1 connects with C. F. & Y. V. at
Bennettsville for Fayetteville, connects with
Seaboard Air Line.at Hamlet for Wilming
ton, Charlotte, Shelby. Rutherfordton; and
at Charlotte with B. & D. Vestibule limited
for Washington and New York. Pasaen
gers can take sleepers at Charlotte at 8:15
soUTH BOUND TEAIN.
LvGibson................. 325p m
Lv Bennettsville............. 350 p in
Lv Darlington...... ........4 50p m
Lv Sumter.......... ....... 630p pm
Lv Pregnalls................8 50 p in
Ar Charleston...............10 30-p in
All trains daily except a -
gers by No. 2 train have .hu sleepers,
New York to Charlotte, connect with S. A. L.
at Hamlet from Charlotte and North, and
from Wilmington. Dinner at Hamlet.
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OFFICE SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,)
Manning, S. C., Jan., 4th 1893.
Until f'inther notice I will have my office
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