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THE MANNING TIMES.
S. A. NETTLES, Editor.
WEDIESBAY, December 26, 1888.
The Legislature adjourned last
Monday morning. Most of the mem
bers, however, left the Saturday be
fore. But they drew their $5 per
diem all the same.
The Legislature has passed the
Clemson College bill, but Governor
Richardson declines for the present
to sign it, and consequently it cannot
for the present become a law. The
bill was passed at the close of the
session, and by constitutional provis
ion he can, if he wishes, defer sign
ing or vetoing it, until the Legisla
ture meets again. He says he will
take advantage of this provision. Gov
ernor Richardson is opposed to ac
cepting the bequest just as it stands.
We desire mildly to remark that
the Legislature just closed did little
credit to South Carolina. At the be
ginning, both housea, the lower house
especially, consisted largely of gas
bags whose aim seemed to be to let
off campaign eloquence. Public bus
iness was neglected till too late, and
then everything was iushed through
in an almost disgracefully undignified
manner. There were several young
lawyers there who ought to have been
in their proper place, before some trial
justice's court. Why are the people
so foolish to send such delegates? No
allusion to Clarendon's delegates.
They were each quiet, sensible, hard
working members, who did their duty.
On the Trials of a Trial Justice.
Oh! my. this Trial Justice business
is the areatest mixtifacation of things
I evernew. Some how or other I
can't straighten things no how I fix
it. I can't please everybody that's
sure, for in every case I try, I am
bound to make enemies of the whole
Breed and generation of the party I
decide ag'inst. Both sides declare
they are right and I am compelled to
decide between them, and both can't
be right and neither wrong. Never
theless, I fire away at the trial, hit or
miss, one way or the other, and the
result is, the defeated party gets mad
and calls me (behind my back) all
sorts of bad names, I am consoled in
the reflection that the winning side
thinks I am a small edition of Black
stone. But such is life and -I will
.have to take the bitter as well as,-the
sweets of it, and I reckon I can stand
it. The wear and tear of the precari
ons responsibility attached to the of
fice of a Trial Justice is having a de
bilitating effect on me, and I fear I
shall have an attact of softening of
the brain, that I didn't have, as Sam
Johnson said when I sent him to jail
for stealing Pete Groom's hound pup.
Nine tenths of the complainants know
more law than was ever written, and
when I tell them that no such law as
they claim exists, express surprise
and seem amazed at my ignorance. I
generally convince them when I place
before them the acts of the Legisla
ture from 1808 to the present, includ
ing the geheral statutes at large, and
ask them to point out such law. It
generally winds up with: "Oh! my, I
can't find it in all them books, but old
uncle Jim Rains told me thatwas the
law." 0, you fire side lawyers, you
little know how much trouble you
'ive by your ignorance! Why! old
Mr.Smoot wanted me the other day
to make John Sandy marry her
daughter Sahie, and come to find out
John had not yet asked Sallie to mar
ry him. But the old lady wanted me
"to tetch John up and make him fix
mnatters with Sallie and that quickly."
I promised herlIwould do the bestlI
tould for her and Sallie, but I am
fearful I will make a poor effort at it,
for Ihad a dreadful time and a poor
make out courting Becky. I really
believe if she hadn't helped me right
smartly I would have been a lone
bachelor. * I have ever since been
much obliged to her for the help she
gave me, and have never had, and am
sure never will have, cause to regret
And now comes Mary Ann Mc
Guire in a peck of trouble. She says
her husband, Jack McGuire, does not
support and clothe her and the chil
dreu,.asnd she wants me to make him
do it Oh! me, I told her I couldn't
do that, that I had no jurisdiction in
that matter. She told me: "Jurisdic
tion be hanged, just send Jack to
jail for a month and let him freeze
some; and she allowed he would walk
the chalk line sure then." Well, as I
knew that Jack was a "freckle-faced,
long, lean, gamble-shacked, knocked
kneed, sneaking, impertinent, ill-bred,
half-baked specimen of a gawky, good
for-nothing sort of a fellow," I told
her to tell Jack, that if he didn't feed
his family on ham and rice, fiour, syr
up and sugar, three square meals a
day, with lunch thrown in on Sunday,
" turkey for Christmas, and a trip to
the springs next summer, I would is
sue a .writ of "mandamus, e pluribus
unum," and land him in the peniten
Itiary for the balance of his natural
born days. She said: "That will
fetch him sure," and she left me hum
uning the tune, "Oh! how can I leave
thee." I am glad that I have at least
mnade one poor soul happy, if but for
a moment. It's a oasis in that suffer
ing wyoman's miserable existence.
I had a case last week that out
cased any case I ever had. Mrs. Sil
vey Green complained "that Jim Hi
towcrhad taken her goose ard sold it
without leave or license, that her
goose was a white gander, with three
black featbers in one wing, red legs
and yaller bill, and he had grey eyes,
moreover, he was a notalile gander."
So I had a trial to see who this nota.
proved by six witnesses that, that no
table gander was hers, had been living
in the family for twenty-five years. i
thought she had Hitower sure, and so
did she, but bless you. he proved by
just six witnesses that he bought that
notable gander from Noah Suggs, and
that there were eleven notable gan
ders in the same neighborhood with
black feathers in their wings, red legs
and yaller bills too. It was six and
six, with some tall swearing thrown
in. This was a stumper, and I wasf
in a quandary. How I sighed for the)
wisdom of a Solomon, but that vei -
erable sage destraed me in my trib' -
lations. After mature deliberation I
decided that the gander belonged to
neither of them, and as they could not
pay costs I turned it over to the con
stable for his share of the costs. As
to mine, its "gone where the wood
bine twineth." Maybe some day I'll
get a few chips and whet-stones for
it. I have already received the cuss
ing part of the proceedings. ' On the
whole, my experience teaches me that
fully one half of the cases brought be
fore Trial Justices arise from a desire
to gratify a malicious, spiteful and
wicked spirit in the prosecutor, in re-1
venge for some imaginary injury al
leged to have been sustained; the
public good being a secondary con
sideration. The other half an at
tempt to twist a civil action into a
criminal prosecution to coerce the pay
ment of debt, or attain some pecuni
ary gain. These are, however, hon
DAvE Trcs R.
A Life-time Trouble Averted.
TATE SPMlNGs. Tenn., July 4, 1S8.
The Swift Soccilic Co., Atlanta, Ga.:
During tlie spring of 1871, while
working in the field at my home iu
Morgan county, Ga., I pulled off my
shoes to give my feet a rest. Ln
fortunately I walked into a clump of
poison oak, aid in a few days my feet
were in a terrible condition, and I
could not put on a shoe because o f
the soreness and swelling. I was
treated as poison oak cases usually
are, and everything was healed up.
About the same time the following
spring 1872, my feet became sore
again, as at first, and every succeed
ing spring for five years brought back
the same condition of the disease,
only each time it became more dis
tressing, because I began to think it
was a life-time trouble. Finally I
was induced to try Swift's Specific. I
took six bottles, and to-day am en
tir.ly well. My improvement was
gradual from the first, and no evi
dence of the disease remains. 1 shall
take pleasure in testifying as to its
curative properties. It is the great
est blood purifier in existence.
J. L. MoinOAN.
Treatise on Blood and Skin dis
eases mailed free.
THE SwIr-r SPECIFIC Co., Drawer 3,
Free Will Baptists.
EIton Massiso Truss:-Believing that
any news as to moral and religious status of
the colored citizens will be of interest to
your readers, and every effort on their part
in this respect will rece'ive y'our aid and en
couragement induces me to write the foi
ling for publicatwon:
T1.e afnnual conference of the southeast
en portion of South Carolina of the African
Free Will Baptist denomination convened
at -Good Will church in William
barg county on the 23rd ultimo, and had a
harmonious session of three days. This
conference is composed of churches in Clar
endon, Darlington, Georgetown, Williams
burg, and Sumter counties. Therei was in
attendance thirty-five ministers and seven
ty lay delegates. Our statistics shows O8 or
ganized churches with a membership of
near 1,500), with Sunday-schools and bible
classee. Sixty-seven cents per capita was
paid out during the year for all c':urch pur
poses. We have a Bfoard of Domestic Mis
sion and effective work is reported. The
distinctive feature of our denonation is
"Free Communion and Itinorancy." Our
next anntval conference meets with the
Goodwill church near Manning on the
Thursday before the 4th Sunday in Novem-1
ber next. At the session just closed, thel
Rev. Thos. T. Williams and S. A. Burgess
(ol) were ordained to Elder orders.
~~ Yours respectfully,
Titos. T. Wuu..e
BzvrEIRzRc, S. C., Dec. I8th, 1888.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
T1he best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, bores, Ulcers, Salt .Rheumu, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilbla.ins,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Files, or no pay required. It
s guaranteed to give perfect satisfacetion or
ionev refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sade by J. G. Dinkins & Co.
A WOMAN'S DISCOVERY.
"Another wonderfnl discovery has 'oeen
made and that too by a lady in this conoty.
D.sease fasteued its clutches upon her andl
for seven years she withstood its severest
tests, but her vital organs were undermin
ed and death seemed imminent. .For three
months she coughed incessantly anid could
not sleep. She bought of us a bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumnption
and was so much relieved on taking first
dose that she slept all night and with c
bottle has been iniraculously cured. lHer
name is Mrs Luther Lutz." Thus write W.
C. Hiamrick & Co., of Shelby, N. 0.-Get a
free trial bottle at Dinkins & Co.'s Drug
THE VERDICT UNANIMOUS.
W. D. Sult, Druggist, Bippus, Ind., tes
tifes: "I can recomumend Eletrie Biters!
as the very- best remedy. Every bottle sai
has given relief in every case. One man
took six bottles, and was cured of rheumna
tism of 10 years' standing." Abraham'
Hare, Druggist, Beilville, Ohio, aflirms.
"The best selling medicine I hoe eve:
handled in my 20 years' experience, is Elec
tric Bitters." Thousands of others have'
added their testimony, so that the verdict
is unanimous that Electric Bitters do cure
all diseases of' the [iver, Kidneys, or Blood.
Only a half dollar a bottle at D~inkiins aV
Co.'s Drug Store.
Try C. C. C. Cherry Cough Cure. It never
f:ls to cure. 253 cents at IDinkins & Co.'s.
Self raising flour, finest ever brought to
this market at M. Kadisky's, Manning.1
Full line tidy towels. Elegant line hwac
cutains. G. E. B. corset $1, improvedl De
Grace corset at 5'0c. Zephyrs in all .,hades.
Arrase-ne, ehenille, aind ehenille tassels in
all colors, at F. Le-vi's, Sumuter, S. C.
A full .suppiy of mixed nuts at M. Kalis
ky's, Manning, S. C.
Newv markets, wraps. arda walking jackets
at cost. Umbrellas in gingham. :lpaca an,
silk at lowv figures. G-:nts' ladiis', miisses'
and childrens' shoes, 'omp~lete line. Liles
trimmed hats at half price, at F.Lei.
i af ! Wi. Lid 0Uf2 l1aLf .
We mist eat or we caiot live.
This we all know. But do we all
mow that we die by eating ? It is
aid we dig our graves with our
'eth. How foois'.: this sounds.
Yet it is feari'liv true. We are ter
:itied at the approaci of the cholera
:nd V ellow fey r, vet there is a dis
ease constantly at our doers and in
our houses far more daugerous and
le'structive. Most people have in
.heir own stonnaeis a poison, more
=0w. but quite as fatal as the germs
.f those m;dadies which sweep men
into eternity by thousands without
warning in the times of great epi
demics. But it is a mercy that, if
we are witch ful, w& e:1 tell w.hen
we are threatened. The following
:wre on the symptom s, yet they
dL not always necessarily appear in
the saine order, nor are they always
the same in different cases. There
is a dull and sleepy feeling; a bad
taste in the mouth, especially in the
:norning; the appetite is change
lde, sometimes poor and again it
seems as though the patient could
.ot eat enough, and occasionally no
opetite at all; dullness and sing
-i.hiess of the niind; no ambition
. study or work; more or less head
na nd heaviness in the head;
r::....ess on rising to the feet or
movig suddenly- furred and coat
.-d tongue; a seise cf a. lead on the
-toua'h that nothing rmiioCs; hot
and ry skin at times; yellcw tinge
Iii the eyes; scanty amd. lai-.h-colored
urine ; sour taste in the moumth, fre
uveitlv attendied by pall-itation of
the hLat - i:np.ired vision, with
pots that seem to be swinuting in
*htr bfefore the eyes; a cough.
'it a g"reenisl-colored expecto
ration; poor nights' rest; a sticky
lime about the teeth and gums;
hands and feet cold and ciamny;
Irritable temper aind1 bowels bound
aip nd costive. This disease has
puzzled the physicians and still puz
Slieu. It is the common(St of
aijn'is and yet the most compi
.-a:l i and mysterio"us. Sometimes
it i tad as c7numption, some
times as liver c-o?::;lail:, aid then
again as malaria andu even, heart 'dis
ease. But ins rl at ure is that of
'onstipa tion aniu dpepsia. It arises
in the digestivo organs and soon
diects all the others through the
corrupted and poisoned blood.
Often the whole body-including
the nervous sy stemn-is literally
strere7, even when there is nc
emaciation to tell the sad story.
Experience has shown that thereis
put one remedy that can certainly
cure this disease in all its stages.
namely, Shaker Extra.ct of Roots or
Mother Seigel's Cur tive Syrup. It
never fails but. nevertheless, no time
should be lost in trying other so.
ealled remedies. for they will do no
good. Get this great vegetable
'rparation. (discovered by a vener
abei nurse whl naime is a house
hold word in Genu:i) and be sure
to get the genuine article.
GIVEN~ VP BY sr.'.EN DOCTORs.
Shaker Extract of Roots or Sei
gel's Syrup hais raised me to good
health after seven doet~ er ha~d given
me up to die with consump?Jtion.
So writes~ R. F. Grace, Kirkmian
ville, Todd Co., Ky.
HE HE~u:D 0or IT JUST IN TIM~E.
"1 had been about given up to
die with dyspepsia whien I first saw
the advertisement of Shaker Extract
of Roots or Seigel's Syrup. After
using four bottles I was able to at
tnd to my businiess as well as ever.
I hnow of several cases of chills and
fever that have been cured by it."
So writes Mr. Thos. Pulluma, of Tay
lor, Geneva Co., A4la. - .
woRTHI TEN DOLLARs A BOTTLE.
Mr. Thomas P. Evans, of the firm
of Evans & Bro., Merchants, Horn
town. Accomnack Co., 'Va., writes
that he had been sich with digestive
disorders for many years and had
tried many pvhysicians and medi
eines without benefit. He began to
use Shatker Extract of Roots or Sei
gel's Syrup about the 1st of Jan.
1887, and was so much better in
thr'ee weeks that he considered him..
self practically a well man. He
adds: "I have at this time one bot
tle on hand, and if I 'oldh not get
ftny' mfore I trwdd'. not ta~ke a ten
*1 dr or Addreo A. J.
V. Le, L~. -d i'rrea. &. N. Y.
Simmons Lir R.:,-htar proeduccs no
'npe'canftAeffct r'1on thi itomach no mat
~r how I og it is taken. A little~ L:.cn at
nigh insures refr'esing sh'1op an d a nata
cal evaiciation of tLh bowels. A. little taken
in te moring 'ih'pn thet. appetite.
-ehm,,es the stonad adl swePtenls the
"'I never recomend a medicine -.nleio
[1 now it to " 1'od. In at ministryv of
>i "fn'h a medicine, and when I fannut it .1
sch.d' - 'Erc ar" I'Av. .J. P. H An'rr..
Proprietor "Chris4tian Yi.sitor-," Sndthvifle,
0. and 0.T EA
The Choicest Tea Ever Cffer'ed.
A MoST DElLICIOUS BEVERAGE. TRY IT.
To: in gover sa a7 etter. C-.tyt rBeCe Vai.s
It is the HmonFsT GnLADE L~tr, picked from
the best plariations and g~aranteed ;Jisointely
pure and free from all adulterations or col.ormn'
matter. The pack:ages are hierameticaly seala
and warranited full weight. It is more econl
oical in use than the lower grades.
Oriental & Occidental Tea Co., L't'd.,
Jead Qixec 33 L'rli'o sca eYra.
S. A. ITGUY,
OBS LEVI'S GRi N l I
AN IMMENSE STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
On Hand and Arriving by Every Train, and to be Sold
At Lower Prices
Than can be Purchased at Retail
In Any City in the United States.
Sateen Diagonals, Black Mohair. A full assortment of Cashmeres, Greenland Suitings, Atlas Brilliantine, Groveland Suit
ings, Brocade Dress Goods in large variety and styles. A full line of Debieges, Sateens and Ginghams. Lace Curtains, Fig
ured and Plain Scrim, Large assortment of Cretonnes. Trimmings to match Dress Goods, such as Beaded Sets, Astrakhan,
Braid. Velveteen striped and plain, Plain and Surah Silks in all shades and qualities. Also a fine line of Satin. Ladies'
Cloaks. Russian Circulars, New \Iarkets, and Walking Jackets in latest 'styles. Large assortment of Jersey Jackets. Ladies'
and Misses' Lisle Thread Hose, Fine assortment of Ladies' Kid Gloves dressed and undressed. Jersey Gloves, Cashmere
Gloves, Cuffs and Collars, Corsets, Dress Extenders, and Bustles inl latest styles, Ruching, Buttons, Doilies, Linen Table Dam
ask, and Oil Cloth.
Hats. Bonnets, and Caps in all styles and Prices. Ostrich Tipts. Flowers, Ribbons, anything you wish in this line in Steck.
Cent's Clothing and Furnishing Goods.
Our Clothing Department is filled with a Large Stock of Gent's kothitg, in all Styles and Qualities, and ranging in price from Si for a complete suit,
up to any price you wish. A large assortment of Pants for Children, Youths, and Men. Coats, Pants, or Vests, for all sizes and ages, sold separately or
in suits." 300 Dozen Hats, all styles and sizes, from 15 cents up. A Large Assortment of laundered and unlaundered shirts, from 50 cents up. Try one
of our 85-cents Mole Skin Shirts, or a 50-cents Cashuierette Shirt. They wear well, and are comfortable. Full assortment of Bicycle Shirts., Pants
goods from $1.50 a yard down.
sHOmJs! SHOES! SHOES!
A fine Penitentiary Handmade Shoe for $5. A good Penitentiary Shoe for $1.50, worth double the money. Try Levi's $3 Shoe. Our stock is im
mense, and is ordered direct from the Manufacturers. Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes a Specialty. Our prices are as low as any retail house i.
the United States can afford.
33SeT F'.A.3yrTT Y A. !"D F.A. CT' G:.OC)C .
Our Large assortment of canned gools will be sold at retail at wholesale prices. Best Flour, direct from the Tennesee Mills, and at lower prices
than any other house can sell. 500 sieves from 5c. up. Cheap enough. Crockery, Hardware. Anything that is kept in a first class house.
MOSES L E V I,
Corne. Bovce andl ronoks Street. MANNING, S. C,
C HEAP ASH TORE.
HEAP 'ASH STORE.
M, KALISKY, Agent,
MANNING, S. C.
BEST GOODS! LO WEST PLICES!
I have been in Manning for a year, and
the people have bad 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
crs 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
ue, and to solicit its continuance.
Breakfast strips, in canvass, 124 cents -
very best. Chuivvi ilaru, sugar ucttu2,
In Canned Goods. I b:ve 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 anality, can beat the market.
5000 Boodle Cigars, best 5c 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.
A J." RIGGS, D.
Specialist for the cure of Cancers and
; Correspondence solicited.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
In the Common Pleas Court.
M. A. GRIER, Plaintiff,
Martha H. RIhodus as administrator of the
Estate of Gabriel D. Rhodus, deceased,
and in her own right, and Mary A. Mont
gomery, Augusta Keels, Ella C. Keels, Ed
ward B. Rhodus, Emma Rhodus, Willie
T. Rhodus, Samuel L. Rhodus, and Mat
tie D. Rhodus, Defendants.
Under and by virtue of an order to me
dir-cted in above stated case by Judge B.
C. Pressley, bearing date November 1st,
1888, I will sell in front of Clarendon Court
House at Manning, within legal hours of
-ale. on Monday, the 7th day of January,
1889, the following property, to wit:
First, that certain lot of land situate in
the town of Manning, in the County of
Clarendon in said State, containing two
acn mor, or less, and bounded on the
north 'y the lot of land formerly owned by
A. A. Strauss, but now of Dr. Jno. I. In
on the east by Brooks Street; en the
outh by the street dividing the lot herein
described from the lot of Moses Levi; and
on the west by lot formerly of E. M. Brad
hami, and lot formerly of W. R. Carpenter,
Sr. Terms cash.
That certain tract of lan situate in Clar
endon county in said Sta; a known as the
St. Marks place, containin;; one hundred
and so'tr acres. more or less, and bounded
on the n~oith by hinds of Jackson Pender
grass, east by lands of Dr. S. P. Oliver,
south by the Santee public road, and west
by lands formerly of G. E. Pritchett & Co.,
and of the estate of Mrs. M. A. E. Cantey
Terms: One-half cash, and balance on
a credit of one year trom sale, secur
ed by bond of the purchaser bearing ten
per cent. interest, and mortgagi of the
premises. Purchaser to pay for papers.
H. H. LESESNE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
FINE FAMIL.Y GROCERIES,
Headqua.rters for fine Wines, Li'guors,
Cigars and~ Tobacco,
AT BOTTOM PRICES.
Kosher Beef, Fat, and Sausage, fresh by
very steameUr. Contry orders tilled w'ith
care: no charge for drayage and package.
C'orner King and George Streets,
Cli iR LFRTON- S. C.
CHRISTMAS IS COMING! !
Goods must be sold, and now is
the time to save money in making
of Sumter, is selling out his tiemen
cous stock of
at the very lowest prices and invites
the people of Clarendon to call and
and in fact everything in the general
merehandise line at
Sumter, S. C.
BUL1TMANN & BRO.,
-Manufacturers of and Dealers in
ALL KINDS OF
BOOTS, SI1OES, TRU LKS, VALISES, Etc.
M1I\ STREET, SUMTER, S. C.
BEST IN THE WORLD.
Its gearing IM"lities are unsurpssed, actually
ontlng two bo oayotebrand.I e1
tronAflinimaOil GETTHE GENINE.
FoR SALE BY DEAIERS GENERALLY.
W. T. JOHNS,
303 RING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Cabinet Photos a specialty. Supe
Life Size Portraits
in Crayon, Oil, Pastel, or Water Colors.
CABINET PHOTOS $3;00 PER DOZEN
during Christmas Holidays.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Instantaneous
Mn'and boys' hts, all qualitees. Full
lin ofmes',youhs, ad bysclohin a
Where are You Going?
Why of course to
O'DONMLL & CO.'S
Wholesale and Retail Merchants,
SUMTER, S. C.
We Invite Ret ail Merchants from the Country to Inspect
Our Wholesale Stock,
And Compare Our Prices With Any Southern Marked.
To the Retail Trade we offer special inducements. Our
purchases are made with the manufacturers direct, and you
save the retailers' profit by buying your goods from us. 'Our
tremendons stock must be sold and will be, at
. Rock Bottom Prices.
We have our Dry Goods, Grocery, Shoe and Clothing De
partients filled to overflowing.
Our stock of Silks, Satius. and in fact everything a lady's heart
can wish in making up her winter wardrobe or Christmas
trousseau. can he bought to advantage at
O'Donnell & Co.'s,
Main Street, SUMTER, S. C.
ESTATE NOTICE. TIME EXTENDED.
A LL PERSONS HAVING DEMANDS OFFICE COUNTY TREASURER,
. against the estate of Mrs. Huldah A. MAxL5G, S. C., Dec. 10, i388.
Thames, deceased, will present them prop-. Pursuant to instructions from the Comp
erly attested, and all persons indebted to troller General the time for the payment of
said estate will make payment to taxes without penalty is extended to Jan.
JAMES E. DAVIS, 15, 1889. H. H. .HUGGINS,
Administrator. County Treasurer.
Mortgagee's Sale, Mortgagee's Sale.
TNDER AND BY VIR TUE OF A POWER U NDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A POWER
U of sale to me given by the provis- of sale to rme given by the provisions
ions of a certain mortgage executed and de- of a certain mortgage executed and deliv
livered by J. A. Bartield and A. N. Barfield ered by Emily Lee to R. D. Rollins. dated
to B. W. Moore, dated the 12th day of Jan- the 1st day of Frbruary, 1887, and duly re
nary, 1S88. and duly recorded in the osiie corded in the office of registrar of mense
of register of mense conveyance for Clar- conveyance for Clarendor county, South
endon county, South Carolina, in vol. "P. Carolina, in book "M. M." at e 2
P"at page 36, will sell ..t public outcry mortgage and ti~e .etb~rerbY secured bay
bfre the Court House door in the town o inr1enTly assigned to me on the 9th
Manni"^. South (Caroiinai, on Monday. the day of March, 1888, I will sell at public
7th dayof January, 186, at the usual hour outcry before the Court House door in the
sale: town of Manning, South Carolina, on Mon
That certain tract or parcel of land situ- day, the 7th day of January, 189, at the
ate, lying and being in Clarendon county, usual hours of sale:
South Carolina. "bounded as follows: North All that piece, parcel or tract of land sit
by lands of Pinckney Mims, east by lands uate on Lynch's River in Clarendon county
of H. i. Barfield, south by lands of W. W. and State of South Carolina, containing
Young and west by lands of N. R. Mc- thirty-three acres, bounded north by
Kenzie." Lynch's River, east by lands of Archie Car
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers. raway, south and west by lands of Jes e
B. W. M')ORE, Carraway.
Mortgagee. Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers.
B. WALLACE JONES,
Molgee9 8 Sale. Jos. H. Miller,
TNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A POWER
of sale to me given by the provisions -DEALER IN
of a certain mortgage executed and deliv
ered by Edwin W. Scurry to B. Wallace -
Jones, 'dated the 15th day of, February. Shoq s arf R
187, and duly recorded in the unce 01 yO~
registrar of mense conveyance for Claren-'
don county, South Carolina, in book "K.
K." at page 744, I wi.ll sell by public outcry TUKS, VALISESTRAVELINGBAGS, ETC.
in front of the Court House .>r im the .
town of Manni1s, South Carolina. an .Mon
day, the 7th day of Ja nuary, 1is.. at the No. 308 K;o STREET,
usual hour of saile:
All that certain piece,' p trecl or tract L' '[A L:T N .0
land lying, 1ein" an~d san.ate in th2 eunzty
of' Clarendon anfd State of South tarohina. Plnok-n irut
containing fifty aLcres, in 'ie or los, bound- 1~ :k~IlCrut
ed north blan Irds of Ma C;,,' er5. east by' Zaar, Saturday, Dtec. 22nd, 2 p. mn.
land of Mar:tret Convyrs. sonth l.y liands Lewisr Chapel, Sunday, Dec. 23d, 11 a. mn.
of Amiboy McKenzie, .4ndl west by lands of ')a'lanid, Sunday, Dec. 23d, 3_p. mn.
W. F. Godwin. ivre Oak, Saturday, January 5th, 2 p. mn.
Terims ca.,b. Pur'chaser to pay for' papers. (ai. Trove, Sunday, January 6th, 11 a. mn.
13. WA LLACE& JONES, Dethle hemr, Sunday. January 6th, :3 p. mn.