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'WENESlA\, MARCH 21, 138.
Four Name in Print.
Mr. R. 1:. iudgins, of Foreston, spent
last Thursday in town.
Rev. J. S. Porter, of Forestn, w . s
town yesterday afternoon.
J. D. Alsbrook, Esq., editor Marlboro
COroni2e, was in town last week.
Miss Rosa McCoy:n, of Dariington, is
visiting Miss Virginia Ingeam.
Miss .aggie China, of St. Stephens, is
visiting Mr. R. S. Conner's fami.
Messes. Willie Bogin and Roseudorf,
of Sumter, were in town last Thursday.
Mr. J. C. -Bagnal, formerly of th's place,
now at Wedgefield, spent Sunday in town.
Mr. Eddie McClellan, of McCieilansviiie,
'matriculated at the Mainning Acade.l lase
The many friends of Mi-s Daisy xagnai,
will be glad to Lear that she has given vaca
tion and is now at home.
-Messrs. M. C. Galluchat and Abe Levi
went to Foreston last Friday, on legal bii
%ess before Trial Justice Bragdon.
For other locals see fourth page.
- ead Lovn's advertisement.
M. Kalisky has just opened a lot of
Wheat brand, best cow food, for
sale by M. Levi.
Chew Hygeia Tobacco, at Dinkins
A Co.'s Drug Store.
The rivers forming the Santee are
all lower than reported last week.
Get your grist, meal, and lui ber
from D. M. Bradham's grist and saw
The Quarterly Conference of Oak
land circuit will be held at Lewis
chapel March 24th and 25th.
Manning has for the size of the
place an usual number oLrestauj
rants, all kept by colored persons.
Regular passenger and freight'
trains are expeeted to begin run"in"
to-day to -Lancaster by the 3 C's rail
Have you isedthe establishnment
of our jeweler, Mr. Gustave Al enn
der? Come and see. I have a fin2e
stock of anything in the jewelr:: line.
Repairing a specialty.
In anothes column on this pague
will be found a strikingaud instrue
tive illustratipn of the conparativec
worth of the various kind of ba king~
powvders now in the market.
More than a thousand persons were
frozen to death in New York arai
New Jersey, during last week's freeze;
large number of persons in neighbor
ing States also lost their lives.
Mr. D. M. Bradharm has had Lis
grist mill put in first-class repatir, and
is running it every day in the weeki.
He asks that he be given a trial, and
says that he can give satisfactioni.
Marion had a heavy fire - early iz.,a.
Thnrsday morning, destr'oying~ a coi
siderabe portion of the business pvu't
of the town. The loss was abu
$15,000O. It is supposed to have been
the work of an incendiary;
The residence of Rhv. A. Netilo
~arrowly escaped burniug last Suna
.day. A spark from the fire set the
carpet on fire, and when disc-overed,
a hole had been burned through~ .le
floor. By prmompt- efforts the fire was~
A big dog last Thursday r'an to the
front door of Levi's s.or'e, and juusp
ed through a pane of the large plate
glass, breaking it, and severely cut
ting the dog. 'We suppose the dog
was attracted by the immrense stock
of spring goods in the store.
The contract for carrying the Star
Route mail for the western part of
this county has been awarded to Mfr.
George Herman Huggins, who will
beinthe work, July 1sL. The route
will then be changed so as to go from
Manning to Packsville, then to Pa
nola, Summnerto~n, and yordan, back
New York has had the severest
snow storm and spell of cold weather-,
in the memory of the oldest inhabi
tants. All trains were stopped, busi
ness men frozen to death cn the
streets, and almost all kinds of busi
ness suspended. Even telegraphic
news was necessarily suspended for a
day or more.
We have just received a new piece
of music, called "Silver Bell Waltz,"
by the popular composer, Charley
Baker, which we can recommend .to
our readers as very good, it not be
ing too difficult and at the same time
very..showy. It can be played on the
piano or organ, and will be sent at
-the special price of only 11 2c. stamps.
Address J. C. -GROENE & CO., 30
nd 4G .Arcade Cinit, n0.
]3eatiiul line of standard suitinge, 10c.
Cok.rud nainsooks 121'c.
Colored nainsooks, linen finish, 1sc.
Elegant line debeiges, 25'. good value 35c.
Gingha:ns. in great variety, 10 and 15e.
Large assortnent seersuckers lades' and
(' w Uvgein Tba- co, at Dinkins
& Co.'s Drug Store.
There will be no examination this
spring of teachers for public schools.
The examuination will be next fall.
About 525 executions against de
linquent tax pavers have been ftrned
over to SheriL Lesesne. He received
the last batch of executions last Fri
Mrs. M. J. Blackwell received a
severe though not dangerous hurt, a
few days ago, by beig struck in the
side by one of the handles of a wheel
bairow, whjcL a little boy of hers
is n. D :aa. of the cdeho
Cis Epicop:d Chaeh, South, will
preach bhe Baccalaureate strmon be
fore the Clailin Univei-sity students at
the commencement in May.
Powell Singleton, colored, who was
brought into this p1:1cc last Friday,
and adjudged a lunatir, was carried
to the asylum last Monday by S eri
Lesesne. Singleton was violent in is
Miss Fannie Pack, Clarendon's
blind musician, gave an entertain
ment in the Baptist church in this
place, on the evening of the 13th inst.,
which was well attended by an intclli
gent and appreciative audience. Miss
Fannie perkrms well on th-e organ,
and sings very sweetly. She reads
well, using books with raised letters
for the blind. The receipts of the
evening were $12.10.
Late yesterday afternoon the con
ing election was all the talk, and
some wild talking was done occasion
ally. We counsel deliberate thought.
Vote for no man simply. because he
favors some pet scheme, but select
five honest men-men who will have
the whole interest of the town at heart,
and not simply some section, or some
scheme. Let every taxpayer go to
the meeting next Tuesday, and assist
in nominating a good ticket. The
election will be held April nth.
For about two months, Henry Cole
man and Artemis Kleels, two negroes,
have been having considerable trou
ble about the possession of a house.
A trial justice last week ordered Keels
to give possession to Coleman. Keels
is fighting against this decision, and
yesterday, attempted to kill Coleman
with a pitchfork, Coleman saviug him
self by some dexterous dodging
around a mule he had been riding
Coem'an says Keels threatens to kiil
Have -vou heard the news? 3 r.
Louis Lo'vhs has one of the finest and
best selected stock of .goods ever
brought to this marKet. He is se'l
ing very iowb and isboind to please.
Dress goodis ofevr variety, trim
mgs to mfatchI laes, embroideries
&c., parasols te lateszt styles. Call
:md see his lo of Ne Hclland win
dow shades wit patented spring
rollers, somethng every house should
are. His polite an d courteous
clerks are ever ready to show theirI
goods, and solicit a call from you.
At the recent term of court in Dar
iugton, XV. C2. King was convicted of
aggravated assault and lbattery uponh
one Purvis. King wras the town m
shal of Timnmoasville, and had been
ordered by Mdr. IRose, one of the war
King" s.truck. him wih his clu..Th
Juc sentenced King to pay a fine
of icni dollarsi' and the cos o ca.e
or go to jail for t" o imnths. The
the. fne is eousidered s'liciently ce
vee The jurv signed a pape'r re
comeding King to the mec of
The to)wn elyetio-n wll beel
:rly in April. There seem's to be a.
desire, as the election is for two years
to jet. all the taxpayers havc a aai
no :rinaing a tiel:et. l'his :sn't a bad
idea. Suuno:Yse we have a pbi
meting of' the freeh~lder s in thi
plce to rnmnate a tjihet. W~hoar
the candidat, s ? Election slates will
be published at regular adris:
Since writing the above we hive
been informed that there will be a
meeting of the citizens of this towvn,
in the court house next Tuesday after
noon, at 4 o'clock, for the purpoYse of
nominating 'an intendant and four
wardens, to be voted for at the en-'
suing town election.
A colored landlord of this county,
Henry Coleman by name, applied to a'
trial justice to eject a tennant hIolding
over. Afe~h hearing of the ease
the trial justice decided the tennum
was a trespasser. The landlord at
once (list Friday) repaired to the
premises, and obtained peaceable
posession. Upon going back to th~e
premises last MJonday, the landlor'd
found that the tennant with his little
son had re-entered the house, and
upon refusing te leave, the landlord
pulled a trace-chain and a pad-lou
from his pocket, and locked the tw o
trespassers in the house. The hou.:e
has no other means of exit, exceptF
tis door, and the trespassers are
prsnr for true. After locking the
door, the landlord -.aounted his bat
laam, and loped off, to the music of a
bugle blast, vociferously blorn,:i G a
briel-ihe, by the prisoner. The la.;t
heard of he was still in the house,'
withouit bread or water, and blowing
his born for help.
~ 1 -
urer, lliiAd. to i: the lL'esentmint
of the gran jarv at the fall term of
court for 187, is suppo to have
oceurreid darin my a(.. Lstrat ion.
I cnnot i:n how a r pirt so eX
eced vi.I u ast to nivs.I and ure
in fact, could have gained any 'cre
nciiice whatever, when it is kncwu
that I citered upon the disc.hargeo of
the duties of the uIice December 15,
156. and iu January, 1S87, the dis
crepancy was discovered by me in
bringing forward the balances of the
preceeding fiscal year. The books
to sustain the above, are accessible at
all times, to all persons, and it will
afford ime pleasure to make the ex
hibit. P. G. BENBSOW,
Schl. Con., C. C.
The City of the Sand Hills.
FU:rox, March 19.--"White Ponds,"
the hondsome residence of Miss Clara
Brailsford, and almost its entire con
tents was destroyed by fire on the
13th inst. Tle ir mates barely had
tiiC to escape with thir clotliig as
a per'ect iurricone was blowing.
The baihiing was insured for about
one-third its vdale ; the furniture was
aninsured.i "Whiite 1'onds" was sy
nonymoius of hospitality, and its
burning will be regarded as a
al calamity by the manys who have
be-en so freiuently and delightfully
eutertained by it, kind hoste s.
Under they watcbful dircction of
Captain A. H. le ail tord. the Fulton
public school building is n1e:tring
completion. 'Tis quite a neat editiee,
suliciently large and conveiently
situated for all. Of course when the
next school term begins it will be
assigned to a regulation "PirfesSor.
Tie attent:on of my handsome
young friend, the commissioner of
roads, is invited to the impassible
condition of the foot way crossing
of Pine-!og branch. One of the logs
has been thrown off its supports, and
left floating, round side uperuost, in
the water. I'll admit after the recent
rains no one should venture to visit
Pine-log except by boat or balloon,
for by last accounts water was re
ported as being eight inches deep,
and still rising under the residence
of Rev. Jefferson James. Neverthe
less some are bold enough to pedes
rig. tte Pine-log-ward, and, wonder
fuli to b' told, ladies among the num
ber. It has been remarked that all
nature shudders when a woman
throws a stone, and groans audibly
when she sharpens(?) a pencil ; but
I .hought it remained for the heaven
born genius who pens these lines to
picture the dark and pestilential hor
ror that freezes one's blood when a
woman wrestles with a deceptive and
evasive foot-log; But my nomeucla
ure fails to meet the emergency. A
few days ago it was my painful priv
lege to be a spctator--nolens ca'lens,
-of the efforts of two divine crea
ures to cross the Charybdis of hor
ror. From the vantage-ground of a
saddle, I cheered themi with encour
wing words and assuring smaihes.
Perhaps my observations were too
natured, for the ire of the elder
'divinity" increased, while the cru
escent ensign of embarr-assmnent shot
thwart the blush rose cheek of the
roungrer; so I- rode on, impressed
iith the hard heartedness of County
Commissioners and-and the gorge
>usness of striped hosiery.
These few rambling remarks are
written at the earnest solicitation of a
Jelegation of horny handed, cracked
bei peregrinators, and with tle hope
that the guardians of the highway
will be imprerssd with these truths
bold to be "self evident :" "That all
men are created equal ; that they are
endowed by their Creator with inal
ieabe rights ; that amongi these are
life, li'berty and the pursuit of happi
ies," which cannlot be attained wit.h
out improved foot logs, and repaired
roads. I fart her connuend to their
-areful conasideration Pr-esident Cleve
!au's axiom: "That a public oilice
is a piiblic trust." Anconav.
Diamond Dyes, all colors, at Din
kius & Co.'s.
1-9- & *4-- -
We have onstatly on ha:2. at Tn: T:tr::s
LL n for lLnt.
1 *- orA1-:nes
T . l Justice J71ry Smr mrons.
'ria --o'ucr .c
anins:nd gsp W.Aarcht 1at the ti
ou ~ are regatoded to atend stl
thse aau:ur Hi, eat. 'lekidaynt
migh n2:aext A e fl atepndan ceis nith
ee::red to mattnoe b uiess A thatk
3ile uingd fdrh 19,i co88de.
Yu areheb ordered toV atd.
meetIg ofyou'r 1oman atth
FurstenugHal at 8 o'cblock rid, ayr
nibgh e SA flln andance is nec
essary to ic at ny one busiings tat
wis l de sumtedl tor yourd e cobsider.
Aicri'a atifu 0 iIia,, n.i a 0 f ine S.d
di aind harness horse.
LEGG & BELL.
~creston's Town Elction.
FoIr)N, MIarch 10.--.ir. Editor
Tew, Ula au m pokn, :nt'd willca
ris in the bid for ay ohce. He
tried to n:anipuiatc things to suit
himscif, by calling a meeting at the
depot, after tihe night train bad pass
ed ; got himself nominated by the
twenty citizens present ; thanked
them for the honor bestowed upon
him ; and so, as be thought, things
were moving on smoothly ; even the
demijohn (I suppose for this occa
sion) had come up ; but on Monday
afternoon, the dark horse was quietly
brought out, him that none of our citi
zeus could cope with, our good old
friend, D. E. McCormick, and a full
complement of able lieutenants. Of
fice Holder then found that he could
count on the ends of his lingers all
the votes he could get. After the
polls were opened Tuesday morning,
nothwithstanding the fact that he is
a warden of the town and was pres
ent when the election was ordered,
he discovered that it was the wrong
day for the election, and had his dep
utv to notify the managers of the
election that their act was illegal. o
it cuded. 3. A.
1' CLd c .. (Ohio) Press,
of February 2"? :' l 3, pub
lished a aceo f a fatal
surTgli(i..0v: eh caused
a great comca:on med
ical men m Qogout the whole
country, Dr. TEyer, the most
emnenLt. su in Cleveland,
pronounci it entdalous. It
appears t.a a rs .ng had
been su.e: rng foi many years
from some a:: e of the stom
ach, which h'.d resisted the
treatment of all t'e phy-icians
in attendance. The disease
commenced with a slight de
rangement of the digestion,
with a poor appetite, followed
by a peculiar indescribable dis
tress in the stomach, a feeling
that has been descriied as a
fint "all gon." sensation, a
sticky slime collecting about
the teeth, c:us?:; a disagree
able taste. T.is sensation was
not removed by food, but, on
the contrary, iZ was increased.
After a while the hands and
feet became cold and sticky
a cold perspirdinon. 4* The
was a con~sta~.t tire and lan
'id feeling. T2hen followed a
eadful necrvouness, 'with
gloomy for'oir .Finally
the patier ' a ansc tore
tain any food whatever, and
there wascee tet innthe
abdomen. -All. prescribed rem
edies faiing to give relief, a
consultation was held, when it
was decided that the patient
had a cancer in the stomach,
life an op'erao wasjustifi
able. Accordingly, on the 22d
of Febrtary, las the opera
tion was performed by- Dr.
Vance in the precsence of Dr.
Tuchermoi P . Perrier, Dr.
Arms, ID: - 2:on Dr. Capner,
and IDr. L .a diw& or tac Polcee
Board. The o~:erstion cons'at
ed in hylog 'o-u thec cavity
of the abomein and expeng~
the stonra .d Lowels. W -::e
this had been done~ an ex-un-.~
aion of te o:2:ma1s was madue,
but to the~ ):or:.r c:nJ diaay
of the do)ctors there wa<s not
cancer to be foun~Jd. The pa
tent dAid :t have a cancr
When too hte tie raedica'lmen
a~ ter . . :. ; bute
drese o e wond t:t th
had madeL bu ,h bog.woran
sak fron .rani and did
rn a 1ew :cr .>a~w sara a
must b fo ".. hoved c tids
poor wo:nacn to leie tha't his
wfe dhi from' te eets of a
surgical opr ' o at,- ought
nver to intve Le'en prtrmed.
If this woe ha1 tahen the
proper ren ey fr Dy-pepsia
:nd Yervous Prs" ou fo
this was hat the isae el'y
wag, she would~ have been2 liv
inz to-day. Sans W"AC oF
RO'OTs, or S~ne.';s CrinvnT
Snur, a reme ly made ex
pressly for Dysp .-. ua or Indi
gestion, has restrai many such
cases to perfec t h after all
other kid of trecatment have
failed. The evidence of its
eflcacy in curing~ this class of
cases is too v-onmnous to be
published here ; let those who
read the published evidence in
favor of this dyspeptic remedy
d not question ias convymemg
nature, anid the st~ie hs an
OMAi.AT I E WRTH o BAr . iN P 1 r YDERSI,
E m C teteW r ma.. - - --~.>.r
GRANT S (yum Pow::o:>. -E '..777,Si'
RtJ2FORD'S, w.hea freeh. am~
HA.LNFORD'S, when fresh... : J
CHAR3[ (Alum rowdcr)*... .
A IAZON (alum Powder)*. -amSh
CLEVELAND'S(shortwtato:., L% -WW -
PIONEER (SanF:ancisco)... '
SNOW FLAE (GrofiT's)...
r MRL (Andrews Co.).....
EECKER'S .................. M :
_orce, (cowas 3 a-lb . . .
BULK (Powder eold loose).... '
REPORTS OF GOVERNMENT CHASTS -
As to PurityandWholesomeness oftheRoyalBak1ngPowder.
"I nave tested a package of Roval Baking Powder, which I purchased in the
o narket, and find it composed of pure and wholesome ingredients. It isa cream
of tarrar powder of a high degree of merit, and doca not contain either alum or
phosphates, or other injurius substances. E. G. Lova, Ph.D."
It is a scientific fact thrt the Royal Baing Powder is absolutely pure.
"F.? A. rr Ph.D.'
"I have examined a packago of Royal Baking Powder, purchased by myself fa
the market. I fiud it eutirely re from alum, terra alba, or any other injurious sub
stance. E nr Mon-ro, Ph.D., President of Stevens Institute of Technology."
"I have analyzed a packafte cf Royal Baking Powder. The materials of which~
It is eomposed are pure and wv wlesRoe. S. Dm aE.Tzg, State Assayer, Mass.'
~ The Royal Baking Powder received the highest award over all competitors at
the Vienna World's Exposition, 1873; at the Centennial, Philtdelphia, 1876; at the
American Institute, New York, and at State Fairs throuwhout the country.
No other article of human food has ever received such high, emphatic, and uni
versal endorsement from eminent chemists, phyicians scientists, anal Boards of
Health all over the world.
Norr-The above Daoniutas lustrates the comparative worth of various Baking
Powders, as shown by Chemical Analysis and experiments made by Prof. Schedler.
A pound can of each powder was taken, the total leavening power or volume in
each can calculated, the result being as indicated. This practical test for worth by
Prof. Schcdlcr only proves what every observant consumer of the Royal Baking
Powder knows by practical experience, that, while it costs z few cents per pound
more than ordinary kinds, it is far more economical, and, besi'es, afords the advan
tage of better work. A single trial of the Royal Baking Powder will convince any
fair-minded person of these facts.
* While the diagram shows some of the alum powders to be of a higher degree
of strength than other powders ranked below them, it is not to b. taken as indicat
ingthat they have any value. All a'lm powderrs no matter how nigh their Strengthb
are to be avoided as dangerous.
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Corn Mills, Pulleys, Shaft
2j. All this machinery is direct
from the factory and will be sold at
the Factory's Lowest Cash
Prices. It will be to the advantage
of purchasers to call on me before
W. SCOTT HARVIN,
Manning, S. C.
ROSE E. CLEVELAND,
"Social Mirror; or, Moral and So.
Is the title of the grand new book intro
duced oy Miss Cleveland. Just out, an un
paraelled success, profusely. illustrated.
with elegant lithograph plate of Miss
Cleveland. The work is a complete
treatise on Moral and Social Culture,
't'rue Manhood and Womanhood, The
mothers influence, Be patient with theboys,
Keep your daughters near you, Home beas
tifrl, Family government, The art of con
versation, The awkward and shy, A moth
er's cares, Etiquett in all its branches, etc.,
etc. Its mechanical execution is unsur
passed, making it the bandsomestsubscrip
tion book ever published. The illustrations
are the finest and made by special artists.
everywhere. The success of working agents -
is something remarkabTl. None but live,
energetic men and women wanted on this
work We guarantee xCWsEvE TEsanozy,
Agents at work are making from $3.00 to
$10.00 per day.
Write at once for illustrated circulars and
terms, and name your choice of territory; or
to secure it IssriTLr send $1.00 for com
plete agent's outfit, which will be forward
ed by return mail, postpaid. Liberalteme
J. L HERBERT PUBLISHING CO.,
917 & 919 Olive St., ST Lems, Mo.
ESTATE OF R. M. MONT
All persons having claims against the Es
tate of R. M Montgomery, deceased, will
present them duly atteited, and all persons
owing said Estate will make payment to
L. A. MONTGOMERY,
Registration Notice !
T WILL BE IN THE COUJRT HOUSE,
..L(Clork of Court's office), the first Mon
day in every month, to allow persons comn
ing of age since the last election to Register
and to attend to other official business.
S. P. HOLLADAY,
Supervisor of Registration, C. OI.
P. 0. address, Panola, S. C.
Win. Burmnester & Co.
HAY AN~D GRAIN,
Rled Rust Proof Oats, a Spe
Opposite Kerr's Wharf,
CHARLESTON S. C.
DRUGGISTS and COUNTRY merchanft
supplied with the nrsr OODs, at the Lowia,
Dr H BAER,
Wholesale Druggist, Nos. 131 & 13$
M eeting street, Cifarlesto , S. C.
Mc~ahan, Brown & Evans,
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, and
NSos. 224, 226 and 228 Meeting St.
A. McCobbb Jr.,
General Commission Merchant,
AND DEALEE IN~
Leme, Cement, Plaster Paris, Hair, Firs
Bricks, anid Fire Clay, Land Plaster
and Eastern Hay. pD-Agent for
WHITE'S ENGLISH PORTLAND
198 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
Jons F. Wxasza, L. HI. Quzooto,
JOHN F. WERNER & Co.
PROVISION DE ALERS
161 and 166 East Bay, and 29 and 3St Ven
CHARLESTON, S. C.
FOR SALE (HAP
One set CLARK'S COMMENTARIES, six
Ivolumres, bound in calf.
Two sets BASCOMB'S SERMONS, four
These books, all of them new, will be sold
at very low figures. Apply to
~S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S.CO.