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MANNING, S. C., MAY 1, 190-. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. SUBSCRTPTION RATFS: One year.............-----.......... Six months-----........... .......... Fou: months-.----- - ----.................. ... ADVERTISING RATES: One square. one time. 51: each subsequent in sertion. 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertisements. 1,iberal contracts made for three, six and twelve months. Communications must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communication of a personai character wil be published except as an advertisement. Entered at the Postoffmce at Manning as See ond Class matter. HEARST GETTING WISE. What will the admirers of William Randolph Hearst say now since he has declared that he does not know whether he is a Democrat or not. Hearst gave promise at one time of being a valuable asset to the Democratic party, not so much because he was endowed with any great amount of statesmanship, but he has a barrel. and if there is anything the party does need to hold a hand in the great politi cal game, it is money. Hearst's barrel was very encouraging, and it came within a close shave of winning the mayoralty of New York city for him, but the throw down the Empire State gave him in his race for gubernatorial honors, was enough to convince him of the fact the bought prom ises of politicians is not a safe investment. His experience in the gubernatorial campaign was so costly that he has reached the conclusion to not attempt a cam paign for the Democratic presi dential nomination, there are too -many hungry hogs to get their feet in the trough. Hearst says that if he had lived in the days of Jefferson, he would have been "a Demo crat," in the days of Lincoln a "Republican," but since it so happens that he lives in the days of Cleveland, Bryan, Roose velt, Foraker, Penrose, Tillman and Harriman, he is satisfied he is not a Democrat, neither is he a Republican, Socialist nor is he willing to pose as a "liar." We agree with Hearst, that politi cally he is at sea, neither a Dem ocrat or Republican, but in all probability a buncoed ambition. and a chump. Charleston is fast redeeming herself in ball-dom Third on the list is not jbyd, it has been worse, btvtfen Manning won ---?game last season, and had to stand foot when the season ended. We would advise Char lAeston to profit by Manning's misfortune. The killing of Tucker, the negro cabman in Columbia by Greene a white man, an ex official of Richland county, was according to the published re ports a most unprovoked, delib erate murder. This case will put the Richland juries to the test, it will be seen whether or not they will let go unpunished such an outrage upon humanity and decency. There was no intention on our part to knock the News and Courier speechless by our ans wer to its inquiry with regard to the Roosevelt-Crumn incident. Since it put questions to us--a few pertinent questions--on the same subject, should bring forth an answer- The question under discussion was: Was W. D. Crum recommended to the President by prominent citizens of Char leston? If he was, ought Char leston put th~e entire blame on President Roosevelt for appoint ing Doctor Crum to the office of collector of the port? A recent decision of the United States Supreme Court in a case of the North Carolina Commis sioners against the Atlantic Coast Line, -decides it is the duty of the railroad to make reason able connections, and that the commissioners can compel a rail road operating in a State to so adjust its schedules as to accom modate passengers on other lines from any particular part of the State. This decision may also force the smaller railroads to run a regular daily schedule instead of the present jerk-water schedules for the convenience of private lumber interests, with out regard to the necessities of the public. The Columbia Record contin ues to hammer the Richiand county dispensary board because that board will not purchase beer from the bottlers who tried to have them ousted from office. The board should not allow pre judice to guide them in the awarding of contracts, - neither should the Record allow preju dice and disappointment to con trol its criticism of the county dispensary. The county dispensary system has only been in operation a few weeks, and its advocates are ready and willing to note criti cisms, and wherever it is shown there- are loose joints, at the next session of the legislature they will be tightened. Tphe -most ardent advocate of the county dispensary systemt will not condone anything in the law which gives grafters an oppor tunity to brine discredit upon the institution.' Their purpose is to eliminate corruption from the government control of liquor~ in those counties that do not be The Germans of Charleston will begin their great festival next Monday, and it will be the greatest feast ever held in the South. It is a national shuetzen fest, that will bring from all over the United States promi nent Germans. There are no people on the face of the earth who know better how to be hap py and make others happy that Germans, and we know that the thousands of visitors to thai city will have the time of theii lives. We wish Clarendon woulc send a large representation tc the shuetzenfest,it is the biggest jolliest, of events. The railroads will have reduced rates, ant this is the time of the year wher Charleston looks her best. Lei this county go down and help, by its presence, to make thc National Shutzenfest the success it deserves to be, and our word for it, you will enjoy your trip. Go to Charleston next week and see what genuine, big-hearted hospitality is, and you will re turn home profited by your ex perience, and more anxious to get in closer touch with your neighbor. Congressman J. E. Ellerbe has been requested by the chair man of the Dem ocratic Con gressional.Committee to make a number of speeches in Oklaho ma in the congressional cam paign in the new State. Friend Ellerbe had better have a care how he goes West, those voters attend public meetings with 46 calibre pistols in their holsters, and they are liable to take a crack at a speaker who under takes to spin musty yarns for them. The South Carolina rep resentative from the 6th district had also better have a care about the kind of speeches he delivers, if he undertakes to ad vaice ideas fit to be considered by the voters of Oklahoma, he is liable to have some aspiring opponent at home to criticize them, and, probably charge re publicanism. It was Wester.r speeches that was the beginning of the end in politics, with one who is indeed a statesman, 'and who labored faithfully for the best interests of his people. He recognized the lack of honest statesmanship in the then lead ers of his party, and without abandoning the principles of de mocracy he had the manhood to differ with and defy the pirates who were in possession of. the Democratic ship, with the result, he was overpowered and thrown overboard. but he was nol drowned, and one by one these political fakirs are losing oul and the day will come when brains and integrity will come to its 'own. Until that happy day arrives, however, every mar in high public office with- good salary attachments, must eithei have their ideas and speeches censored, or take the chances of political assassination at the hands of the crew of self -ap pointed leaders. $100 Reward, $100. e redrs of this ae will be peae e that science has been able to cure in all it stages, and that is Catarrh. Halrs Catarrh Cur is the only positive cure known to the medica fraternity. catarrh being a constitutional dis ease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hallr Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting direct13 tem threby destroying the iounation of thi iup h constitution and asiting natur bi doing its work. The proprietors have so mued faith in its curative powers, that they offer On4 Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails t< cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0 Sold by druggists. 75c. Hairs Family Pills are the best. . HOME MISSIONS. MiANNING AUXILIARY Thoughts on Thithing. At the present time there is more wealth in the world that ever before, and a goodly share of it is in the hands of professed Christians. It is said that if one tenth of the wealth were conse crated to the work of the church or in other words, if the Chris tian people tithed our missionary appropriations could be -multi plied fifteen times over, and al] other work at home increased in proportion. Think what this means! No empty treasuries, no begging, no worry how tc meet apportionments. Fifteer times as much good could be done as we are doing now, fif teen times as many people saved for Christ. Surely what is needed today, says Bishop McDowell. is "the religion of an open hand." The religion proposed in the 3d chapter of Malachi will never bring the promised blessing un til the terms are complied with. This of course, means self deni al;but should we not be willing to deny ourselves, to give our sub stance, when Christ gave him self? I once heard a returned mis sionary give a lecture on his work in the field. He illustrated it with many stereoptican views. One represented the cross of Christ set upon rock-s washed by storm-tossed w'ives. To the cross a woman was clinging with both hands. And I thought, yes, lot us cling to the cross of Christ. But the next picture showed the woman holding fast to the cross with one hand and with t-he other reaching out to rescue a drowning one. 'Then I thought: "How much better! Let us cling to Christ with one hand and reach out the other to save some perishing soul." Selected. A Nairow Escape. G. WV. Cloyd, a merchant, of Plunk, Mo0., had a narrow escape four years ago, when he i-an a jimuson bur- into his thumb. lHe says: -The doctor- wanted to amputate it but 1 would not consent. I bought a box of Bucklen's Arnica Slve and that eur-ed the dangerous woud." 2~>e. at The Arant Co. Drug CLASS 0. NO. 4. Bochet E. Ann, Manning,.... 21 07 Ard, Leanora, Jordan,........ 21 07 Barwick, M. A., Jordan,.. 21 07 Bell, A. J., Manning......... 21 07 Barrineau, S. L., Alcol'... 21 07 Boyce, Sarah H., Seloc.... ... 21 07 Beard, Emily, Seloc,....... .. 21 07 Baker, E. N., New Zion,...... 21 07 Belk, Malissa. Manning,...... 21 07 Chewing, F. E., Felder.-...... 21 07 Coker; Margaret A., Seloc,.... 21 07 i Childers, E. N., Jordan,...... 21 07 Cobia, H. M. A., Manning... . 21 07 Clary, Mary J., Alcolu,.. .... 21 07 Corbett, M. R. F............ 21 07 Corbett, Margaret, St. Paul,.. 21 07 Drfggers, Trucy T., Alcola... 21 07 Du ose, Mary Ann, New Zion. 21 07 DuBose, Juliana, Seloc ..... 21 07 Emanuel K. T., Manning,..... 21 07 Evans, Dolly D., Manning,. 21 07 Evans, Martha E.. New Zion. 21 07 Faun, Arena, Alcolu,....... ..21 07 Grooms, G. W., Lake City,... 21 07 Geddings, T. A., Packsville,.. 21 07 Gibbous. Rebecca ....... .... 21 07 Gandy, Ellen J., Lake City,.. 21 07 Hardy, R. M., New Zilon,.... 21 07 Harley, Charity A., Jordan,.. 21 07 Hodge, Alice,....... ......... 21 07 Holladiy, Fannie, Manning,.. 21 07 Hudson, Sarah R., Manning,. 21 07 Huggins, Ellen.A., Manning,.. 21 07 Johnson, S. E.. Manning..... 21 07 Kolb, Cizziah, Packsville,.... 21 07 Kolb, Mary, Paeksv ille,..... 21 07 Kelly, Martha S.. Summerton. 21 07 Lowder, T. C., Wilson Mill,... 21 07 Lewis, Mary J., Manning,.... 21 07 Mallette, Mary F.... . ... 21 07 McLeod, Mary,................ 21 07 Morris, L. A., Turbeville,.... 21 07 Osbon, S. A., Seloc,.......... 21 07 Pack, S. E., Alcolu,.......... 21 07 Pack, W. L., Manning,.... ... 21 07 Rhodes, Mary L., Manning,.. 21 07 Richardson, M. A., Summerton 21 07 Richbourg, Ann, Plowden Mill 21 07 Richbourg, Carrie, Foreston,. 21 07 Robertson. Maria M.,......... 21 07 Timinons, H. T., Pa.eksville,. 21 07 Tindal, Caroline, Manning,... 21 07 Tucker, D. E., Foreston ...... 21 07 Weleh, Isabella, Seloc,........ 21 07 Wilder, Margaret, Bethlehem. 21 07 Bilious Jim. Bilious Jim grew so thin He barely made a shadow. One day a friend presented him With Rydale's Liver Tablets. He took the hint, began their use. And ihis is what befell him, He grew so fat, neither shoes not hat Could be found to fit him. Moral-Don't make your wills But cure your ills, By using Rydale's Liver Pills. 50 chocolate coated tablets in a con venient box. Price only 25 cents. Easy to take. pleasant in effect. Safe and sure. We guarantee them. Dr. W. E. Brown & Co. Jamestown Exposition. Rates from Manning. S. C., as fol lows: Season tlkWet, 817.60. Sold daily April 1Sh to November 30th. 60 -Day ticket, $14.70. Sold daily April 19th to November 30th. 10 Day ticket, $13.05. Sold daily April 19th to November 30th. Coach Excursion $7.40. Sold each Tuesday; limit seven days. Endorsed "not good in parlor or sleeping cars." Through Pullman sleeping cars from Port Tampa and . Jacksonville, Fla., Atlanta and Augusta, Ga., Wilming ton, N. C., via the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Write for a beautiful illustrated folder containing mans, descriptive matter, list of hotels, etc. For reser vations or any information, address W, J. Craig, .Passenger Traffic Manager, or T. C. White, General Passenger Agent, Wilmington, N. C. inconsistency. "What is Inconsistency?" asked the curious one. "Well," responded the wvIse one, "it is that spirit which moves a woman whose sleeves 'stop at the elbow to scold her husband because he hasn't any cuffs on."-Chicago News. Fortune gives many too much, but no one enough.-Laberius. Kidney complaint kills more people than any other disease. This is due to the disease being so insidious that it gets a good hold on the system before it is recognized. Foley's Kidney Cure will prevent the development of fatal disease if taken in time. The Arant Co. Drug Store. The Latest Straw. "John," said the woman with nine chapeaux. "I got another new hat to day." "My dear," expostulated her hus band, "that is the last straw." "I know it," she said; "just from Paris."-Life. Disturbed the Congregation. The person who disturbed the con gregation last Sunday by continually coughing is requested to buy a bottle of Folev's Honey and Trr. The Arant Co. Drug Store. His Gloomy Life. "What," asked the sweet girl, "was the happiest moment of your life?' "The happiest moment of my life," answered the old bachelor, "Was when the jeweler tool- back an engagement ring and gave me sleeve liaks in ex thange." Elliott's Emulisfied Ol Liniment is the best rubbing Liniment in the world. Try it. One half pint bottle. only 25 cents. Dr. W. E. Brown & Co. A Question. "My wife thinks she will never find a better cook than the one we now have." "Humph! Uh-er-say, what would you call your wife, a pessimist or an optimist?"--Cleveland Press. Bea~r the The ~indYou Ha'a Always Bought Sigatue sof Diplomacy and the Brute. "Listen!" said the girl as the woman came in from the party at 3 o'clock in the mnorning and stood at the head of her bed. "Do you hear her sob, the woman above? She has been sobbing like that for an hour. Now, listen to his big, gruff voice a rming at her." "I'll put a stop to chat'" the woman declared as she hurried out of the fiat and on upstairs. "Well," said the girl when she had come down again, "what did you do? Threaten him with the Society For the Prevention of Cruelty to Wives?" "Not at all," said the woman. "I sim ply rang his bell and ask-ed him if there was anything I could do for his wife. Wasn't she ill? We could hear her crying beneath In our bedroom, I told him. He thanked me and said there was nothing I could do. But you don't hear any more sobbing, do you?' -New York Press. AlasBought QUARTERLY PURCHASE. List of purchases made by County Dispensary Board April 10th, for quarter ending June 30th, 1907. Prices paid and prices at which same will be sold. Summerton, S. C. NAME OF FIRM FROM WHOM PURCHASED. KIND. QUANTITY. COST PRICE. SELLING PRICE. Richland Distilling Company............. 100-Prof Corn. -30 bbls........... $1 44 per gal. ... $2 50 per gal......SURPLUS------ 8000 00 .. ......... 100-Proof Rye... 10 bbls. ..... ... 1 45 per gal.... 2 50 per gal... .. ...... ..... 100-Proof Gin... 10 bbls...... ... 1 45 per gal..... 2 50 per gal, ...O.. Riverside Rye.... 250 qts............ 46 2-10c per qt... 75c per qt........ ..... ..... Riverside Rye..500 pts. .......... 24 1-5c per pt. . . 40c per pt .........LIABILITIES --- '25,00 00 .Riverside Rye.... 1.000 1-2 pts...... 12 3-5c per 1-2 pt. 20c per 1-2 pt....... ........... Cordial Gin...... 250 qts ......... 46 2-10c per qt.... 75c per qt....... .Cordial Gin...... 500 pts........... 24 1-5c per pt..... 40c per pt .......... 00 -. .. . Cordial Gin...... 1,000 1-2 pts...... 12 3-5c per 1-2 pt. 20c per 1-2 pt...... .... White Log. Corn. 500 qts ......... 46 2-10c per qt... 75c per qt .......... .White Log Corn. 1,000 pts.......... 24 1-5c per pt... 40c per pt....... .- White Log Corn 12.000 pts.......... 12 3-5e per 1-2 pt.20c per 1-2 pt. ..... I. A. SAUNDERS COMPANY. . Mountain Corn - -5 bbls ........... $1 84 per gal..... $3 00 per gal...... ..... 1XX Corn. .-2 bbls-..-......... 1 65 per gal. ..2 50 per gal....... Wepayinterest at the rate of . Peach BrandS- - 1 bbl ........... 2 64 per gal. ... 3 50 per gal.... .. . Ap Brandy-. --1 bbl ............ 64 per gal.. 3 .50 per gal ... MYER PITTS & COMPANY. !Old Sherwood Rye 3 bbls. - 2 75 per gal. 4 50 per gal. per a.nu cmpoui same BELROY DISTILLING COMPANY. ...... .... BelRoy Rye-.. 3 bbls...... .... 2 37 1-2 per gal.. 4 00 per gal....... RICHARD B. SM ROSSKAM GERTSLEY COMPANY. -Pident ... ..........Hamilton Tom Gin 36 qts ......... 66 2-3c per qt.... 1 00 per qt .. ..... .. . . . . ..........Hamilton Tom Gin 120 pts ........ 36 1-2c per pt. .. 60c per pt... ...... Cashier ........ Hamilton Tom Gin 240 1-2 Pts..... 20c per 1-2 pt. 30c per 1-2 pt .... NEW YORK AND KENTUCKY COMPANY. .......... ... Duffy's PureMalt 60 qts............ 71c per qt. $100 per qt.. Duffy's Pure Malt ts........ 40 1-2c per pt. 60c per pt.....-.... ..... ....... Du's Pure Malt. 480 1-2 pts.... . 3c per 1-2 pt--. -35c per 1-2 Pt....... PAUL GELPIE & SONS. By Jame& XL Windham, 1s*o -Holland Gin. 24 bottles.... ... 75c per bottle.. $1 25 per bottle...b.. -............ rv Gin........ 12 bottles.... ...73 per bottle. 125 per bottle.... . ........... .. Cognac Brandy ... 12 bottles.... ...$1 83 1-3c per bot. 3 00 per bottle. . .m tte..Hof amin0tiorioftheest ate WRIGHT & TAYLOR. .VEi a . Eliot Reserves admonish al 'and- sigular. the kn- - Rye......... 36 qts......... 1 33 1-2 per qt.- 2 00 per qt......dred and creditors of the said' .Old Charter Bond 36 qts.. .........83 1-3c per qt. 1 25 per qt....... ............. Old Charter Bond 24 pts ...........46c per Pt. 75oper P. . egand appea ee e. t . . . . ...... 1Old Charter Bond 96 1-2 pts........25c per 1-2 Pt.40c per1-2 pt. of Pr .. ..............!Pride of Louisville 12 qts...... .....$1 00 perqt. $150 per qt., F. 0. Ky. Taylor 12 qts...... .....83 1-3 per qt. 1 25 per qt........ on the 3- day..of F. 0. Ky. Taylor 24 pts ...........46e per Pt. .. per ............. IF. 0. Ky. Taylor 96 1-2 pts ......- cper1-2Pt o'clock in th n .wbo*t it itc* ause, any 1t31-c per qt - -an th h 00 per qt. .. .........Cause 24 .... administratio shourdr-q- p JACK CRANSTON COMPANY. granted. Given under-y---handh 15pt....... 25c ~ ~~ a per 1- pt- -- - - 0cpr-2p.... ... . .Diodora8Corn.... 6003tsc per qt........ 1 00 per qt....... S........4Diadora Co6 1.200 pts... c per pt..... 60e per pt..... ,P-z~25c per 1-2 pt..... 30e per 1-2 pt.-..... Ca..usey Mault.. 24 q . . d... JOSEPH SCHLITZ BREWING COMPANY. N f ............ Schlitz Exp. Beer 75 casks qts ..... $1 70 per doz'bot. 20c per qt........ - c............... Shlitz Exp. Beer 25 casks pts ... 1 60 per doz bot. 15c per pt.......... p for,'Claxreno CLtyo he2&dy? CONSUMER'S BEER BOTTLING -COMPANY. of Aw, 1007, 'fr o ....... .. ... Premier P. Beer. 6 casks pts......."7c per doz bot.. 10c per pt..........Bradley, deeased., GARRETT & COMPANY. ... ..... ..... Wine.............. 100 cases wine ... 36 1-36 per qt...,, 50c per qt.... ............ .. Wine............ 21 1-6c per pt. . 30c per pt... -- E. S. ERVIN, A. H. BREEDEN, I. I. BAG NAL, Dispensary Board Clarendon County. On.. Coffey-&rR SBeforeLU' -e -te --c 80 0 Turned-WorkorIAIITE - - -,00 ate linte 're sbtat he ra st G aer anum showong sa m tingyouriuao ey's~~'rli.1111 Iiiii~iII~iI~i I~iiiijli I I J~ ~IIiqsatrl '. I~ JOHW ESEodpSnsam At may pino stres her& dBy pJames and ristic '.,pos is n esablshe prce or ny i sitheo pmies-gand hi~ehri instruent. Yu a~ askeda. - fO~ffilI~fflllhof andI epreetoffrgintiati.i i Thes areltheefoefigurie.an or ma notget satifactry idmo ngW ish-a yoan .nar hoie fro strumnt atthe owestpric at dred co ndltei-edtr of thbe grad but there is oicgrtainty.You dece-atedatisfaction whichitcaconsstenlybesoldCort ofProteto rie aend uat n ning, on - e i ah a maypayon prce ndanoher 1, -- -t~~*-, es afte uricanthoMason purchser ay gt aninstrmentr'o'clock- Ha-in . Che noforenopale, of te sme rad forles moey.-~' - ~ ~ ~ ~ - - Kngure, n teygoan d he At our areroos we hae sInd ayeinsratign gradepkan ixed price for each grade of coanind.e dvc isd Everythingr mnownnintMnsic. C h arle stoinA. 5.19C. --E.1 W E S E L L T A L KIN G A C HI ES] 3A -u TEMPERANCE 0 .OLUMN. Conc7floted by PaxVille 1W. C. T. U. National Motto-" For God. Home and Na tive Land." State Motto--"Be Strong and of Good Cour Our watchword-Agitate. Educate. organize. Pledge "God helping me. I promise not to imY drink. scil or give intoxicating liquors while I live: From bad companions I'll refrain And never take God's name in vain. Dear Flower Mission Workers: The flower time has come again, and with it the open door of opportunity to use God's beauti ful mestslgers of love and sym pathy. Will you not be more faithful than ever in carrying tiowers and fruit to the sick and Then too. there are other things than flowers to use in our beautiful work, fruits, jellies and other dainties help so much in a sick room. Ask your L. T. L. children to make picture scrap books for the childrens hospital, thereby giving employment and teaching them to help some one else. Remember that cheery words and smiles help much, so visit the sick, take your songs to the aged and infirm and cheer them with music. Ask your friends when they are making preserves and jellies or canning fruit to put up an extra cup or jar for the Flower Mission work and you will have a supply for use in winter; if you get more than can use send it to the hospital at Florence or Charleston. or any where there is need. If you have a horse and carriage do not forget to take some old feeble friends to ride. Do anything in your power to cheer and comfort those who need It and the bles sing that follows the "cup of cold water" shall be yours. Please observe June 9, Jennie Carrady's birthday. Mrs. Dietrich a W. C. T. U. organizer visited Paxville on the 12th, of April. Her first work work was with the Loyal Tem perance Legion to whom she talked on educational lines at tvo o'clock in the afternoon. At four o'clock she spoke to the mothers concerning physical cul ture necessary for the proper development of the child. At eight thirty she addressed a large audience showigg hoW1e W. C. T. U. is og about good all over the land in a practical way. Her visit to us we trust will result in much good and in spiration to the future welfare of our work in trying~ to uplift humanity, and in scattering deeds of truth and righteousness in the hearts of our children. -The Judge Uses Forceful Language. Judge W. B. Simmons of Fincastle Va., told the reporter that L. & M. Paint was used on his residenee in 1882, and held its 'color well for 21 years; he furthermore said that 3 years ago he was induced to use an other paint and-is sorry he did, be cause the other paint didn't make good. The Judge will now use L. & M. Paint, because he knows if any defect exists in L. & M. Paint the honse will be painted for nothing. The L. & M. Zinc hardens the L. & Ml. White Lead and makes L. & L. Paint wear like iron for 10 to 15 years. Actual cost of L. & M.-about $1.20 per gallon. Donations of L. & M. made to churches. Sold by Arant Co. Dr~ug Store, Manning. Pension Roll. Clarendon County pension roll for year 1907: CLASS A. Chewing, James D........-..S 96 00 CLASS B. Hobbs. W. HI. H., New Zion..- 72 00 Jeffords, J. J., Alcolu,......-. 2 00 Robinson, H. E., Seloc,....... 72 00 Strange, John P., Manning,-. 72 00 CLASS C. NO. 1.. Barnes, John H., Foreston.... 48 00 Evans, H. D., New Zion-.. 48 00 Benbow, H. L., Davis Station. 48 00 Floyd, T. P., Turbeville.... 48 00 Hodge, J. C., Manni~'g.......48 00 Kirton, S. W., Foreston-... 48 00 Ridgeway, Reuben,Manning..- 43 00 Tobias, S. R., Foreston......48 00 CLASS C. NO. 2. Baggott, E. H............. .. 21 07 Barrineau Win. L., Lake City. 21 07 Bagnal, J. M., Manning,... 21 07 Brogdon, J. J1., Manning,..21 07 Brewer, James T., Manning,.. 21 07 Brown, John A., Manning,..21 07 Brunson, W. J., Manning,... 21 07 Browder, J. W., Manning,.. 21 07 Bryant, B. R., Davis Station.. 21 07 Billups, R. B., Summerton,... 21. 07 Coker, W. N., Bethlehem. 21 07 Chandler, A. H. D., Manning. 21 07 Driggers, P. B., Manning,.. 21 07 Dyson, D. C., Manning,.. 21 07 DuBose. C. C., Manning,... 21 07 Evans, S. H. D., New Zion,... 21 07 Floyd, J. T., Sardinia,-....-..21 07 Floyd Jeptha, Sandy Grove-.. 21 07 Griffin H. M., Manning,.. 21 07 Geddngs, W. W., Paxville, 21 07 Green- E. J., New Zion,....... 21 07 Green, J. T., Turbeville,... 21 07 Griffin, J. W., Packsville,.. 21 07 Geddings, R. J., Pinewood,... 21 07 Green, R. W., Taraeville, -... 21 07 Haley, Isaac A., Foreston ... 21 07 Hodge, J. W., Manning,... 21 07 Hickman, W. W., Turbeville,. 21 07 Hodge, J. E.,...........-..... 21 07 Jones, T. WV., Manning,.......21 07 June, T. G., Jordan,....... .. 21 07 Johnson Daniel, Foreston ,.... 21 07 Lowder, H. L., Man ning,.. 21 07 Lowder, J. J., Foreston,.... 21 07 McElveen, T A., Turbeville,. 21 07 Morris, J. E., Foreston,-....-.21 07 Nelson, R. M., Manning,... 21 07 Parker, Samuel, Jordan,...... 21 07 Reese, A. H.. Alcolu,.........21 07 Richbourg, R. N., Davis Sta... 21 07' Robertson, Ellerson, Selo.... 21 07 Robinson, T. G., Lake City... 21 07 Rhodes, G. W., Foreston,... 21 07 Robertson, Thos. R., Seloc.. 21 07 Reardon, John J., Mouzon,. 21 07 Strange, Harvey, Manning,...- 21 07 Vick, WVm., Silver,........... 21 07 Tindall, ,,. B., Davis Station. 21 07 Welch, J. J., Turbeville,.... 21 07 Ward, John A. Manning,.--. 21 07 West, W. H., Manning,....... 21 07 Welch, John, Seloe,...... .... 21 07 Walker, James B........ .... 21 07 CLASS C. NO.. Browder, Annie, Foreston.. 48 00 Burgess, M. E. Manning,... 48 00 Burns, Nerline, Workman,. 48 00 Frierson, H arriett R.,Manning 48 00 Gowdey, Issabella, Seloe... 48 00 Gardner, S. J., Jordan,....48~ 00 Hudson, H. E. Remnini. ....4b 00 Nelson, S. A., Manning,... 48 00 Ridgeway, M. E., Forestou,.. 48 00 Stone, Dolly, Packsville,.. 48, 00 Stokes, Francis C. Jordan,... 4 00 Timons, Rehbecea, Manning. 4', 00 WVise Mary E., Manning,--. 48 00 wilms, S. C, Aannine.. 48 00