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THE MAZ=IG TflLES1
S. A. NETTLES, Editor.
A fire in Chattanooga, Tenn., last
-Saturday, destroyed $500,000 worth
The South Carolina and London
Bank was chartertcdsby the last legis
lature with a capital of five rnio
dollars. It is thought the bank will
go into business next year. If it
floes locate in South Carolina, with
such a capital, it will certainly be a
great benefit to the State.
A Jacob's Ladder at the Baptist Church.
The Manning Baptist Snnday-school bad
quite an enjoyable entertainment for their
school on Christmas eve. Instead of the
usuaL Christmas tree two ladders, reaching
iearly to the ceiling, and representing that
--beautiful picture seen by Jacob, of the an
Igels ascending and deseending thereon,
tt"- were utilized for holding the presents.
They, together with the whole church, were
beautifully decorated with festoons of ever
greens, and brilliantly lighted with wax
candles. Bending from the top of the lad
ders, with outstretched arms and finger
pointing to the east, was a very large and
Iovely doll, representing an angel, and on
each side -were four others ascending and
desndery available space around and be
uween the ladders was filled with presents,
f both beautiful and rare, and all together
.x g one of the most striking pictures
ae have ever seen. The music, led by Mrs.
K .-D M.Bradham, the organist, was one of
the best features of the evening, and was
folowed by the rendition in a very impres
siae manner of "Prayer and Potatoes," a
ser o-comic selection by Mrs. - T. E. Jas
per. Jacob, dressed in Oriental style, and
holding a staf, was lying at the foot of the
E:ladder, and was then awakened from his
sleep. Rev. T. E. Jasper, the pastor. then
* made a short application of the scene to
Cbrist as our ladder to heaven, after which
Mr and Mrs. Santa Clans were introduced,
and proceeded through the audience dis
tributing gifts from their well-stored bags.
The ladies deserve great credit for their
I, ntiring zeal in accomplishing so much
in so short a time. Particular mention
should be made of Mrs. Jasper, Mrs. Lizzie
' and Mrs. Clarke, who exhibited
grext taste and perseverance in the man
agement of the affair, which was quite a
snocess, and pronounced by many to have
been the best thing of the kind ever seen
Xn Manning. The pastor and wife were
approprmtely' remembered, both by this
'on and the Blackville church
he served for several years. The de
7 iga and decoration of the ladder was got
pn up by Mr. Jasper.
Stabbing Affray ini anning.
very unfortunate afftir took place in
nning last Friday night, in which Mr.
SJohn P. Thames was severely stabbed by
Mr.amartine Newman. Mr. Thames was
the head of a party of boys making
Obristmas merry by parading the streets
fad iring off Roman candles and crackers.
When- the party reached the corner of
and Boyce streets Mr. Newman en-1
deavored to take a drum away from one of
the boys. Mr. Thames remonstrated with.
- .i and bade him let the drum alone.
~o esay that Newman cursed and struck
whereupon Thames returned the
, and Newman stabbed him. Others
'sy that Thames struck Newman a blow in
the-face first, and that Newvman imnmedi
intely stabbed him. WVe do not know which
ustatement is correct.
After Mr.' .hmes was +,tabbed he walked
into Mr. Lowry's store, and his wound was 1
s eamined by a surgeon, who found that the
.kiehad penetrated the upper part of the
~vIflung, causing a dangerous wona. Mr.
~Taes was carried home and Mr. New
nn asarrested and -put in the guard
~ oswhere he remained until the next
H ~a e was then turned over to the sher
it &and lodged in jail.
S The knife used was a common pocket;
~ knife, with a blade nearly three inches
- long, and from the signs of blood on thie
Sblade -it seems as if the knife was driven
Sinto the hilt.
The whole afa~ir is most unfortunate, and
is only another chapter in the great volee
of direful deeds due to the whiskey dend.
,waman sass ider the influence of ichiskey.
~"~be..rum apologists- say: Leave whiskey
akmoe and it won'thurt you. John Thames
r.ltit lone; he never touched a drop, and
~ ehe was hurt. The two young men are1
-"aotthe same age-about twenty-two-and
have been play-mates, school-mates, and
~ riendes, and had it not been for whiskey
~one' udnot to-day be in his bed, with a]
Sin a vital organ, and the other iu
c~pso ell chargted with a felonious crime.
A Woman Eilled Near Alcolu.
Last Friday night, near Alcolu, Bossie
Bailey, colored, shot his sister-in-law,
~'Ise Burgess, and she died from the ef
eeSof the wound inflicted on Sunday-. It
kppeag that Bailey's wife and her sister had
-some words on their return home from a
.: rolic in the neighborhood, an~d a fight en
sued between them. Bailey arriving on I
~ hascene shortly after, and finding his wife
badly beaten, pulled his pistol and fired at
Iie, the ball striking her in the left
breast, and ranging upwards. Trial Justice
9%mmons was notified, and he summoned
A ajary of inquest. They proceeded to the V
Splace where the bcody was found, and after
-examining a number of witnesses, rendered
the following verdict:
",.That the said Lizzie Burgess came to her]
..&- lith by a'gun shot wound inflicted by a
pisto, at Alcolu, on the 25th night of De-j]
cember, A. D. 1891, from the effects of'
~wich she died on the 27th morning of
December, A. D. 189], in the hands of one']
Bosse Bailey. And the jurors aforesaid do]
say that the aforesaid Lizzie Burgess, in
,,.manner and form aforesaid, was killed.
Bossefailey then andthere feloniously did
kill, against the peace and dignity of the
said State aforesaid."
The jury of inquest consisted entirely 01
The ngh before the verdict Bosse Bai
ley ran away, telling his wife that she
would have to shift for herself. As soon as
-possible after the verdict a warrant was
place with the sheriff, who put a deputy on
-trail at once, but as yet he has not succeed
ed in capturing the accused.
Christmas Pleasures About Wilson's.
- n. Enrron:-It has been my happy lot
once again to be invited into pastures both
fertile and green. I was one of a happyi
-party to attend a pound party at the resi-1
-dence of Capt. Mills, Christmas Eve night.
-It was a very pleasant occasion, and could I
I ot be otherwise, as our hosts, the Capt.
-and his good lady, left nothing unturned to
make each one have a good time. Supper
was served about twvelve o'clock, with a
bountiful supply of sweet-meats, well inter- I
*spersed with oranges, apples, nuts, and a
lot of small talk in which Cupid played a
prominent part. tigansi~
fallible, that when pleasures begin they do
not come single, and in this inst-mee it I
proves true, for on Chr-istmnas night we had
a repetition of the same at the residence of
Mrs. Irene Plowden. The guests were cor- i
*dially received by their hostess and her'
amiable daughter, Miss Mamie. There was
nothing lacking to make the occasion a
pleasant one, and each one seemed to aal
themselves of the opportunity; wit and
were now plied with a vengeance by
each of the beaux, each one trying to out
strip his fellow, and well they might, for
such a display of refinement and beauty
'will be diflcult to duplicate.
Mr. Editor, I believe 1 am now a wiser, if
not a better man, from last Christina"'s ex
perience. I saw Cupid in all of his forms.
and he played havoc with hearts in thos~e
two nights, or they were badly wonndedd
before, for one could see vei-y plainly that
some of them were taking it as harud as
-thunder could bump a stump, and ifthe
-.3range blossoms do not play their part this.
winter, they will have to bloom the ealier
net, or then I am no prophet. X
ple Throughout Ciarendon and i
'Efi'erts tare bei adeto m,,an
ipatilon day celekbration. N mh ti
,anse worthyv andJ patriotie. e'.-.I.
Brd ,and E. W. Dix -th a in
TLeV. D. 1R. Edwards0 h.s-, s-:1t
Rezv. E. II. Wlsnas v.,t .r of TrialtyV A.
NI. E. Chureb1.
lxev. II. C. DeLaiine is at apr.e
LI v. J3. F. V-m, --Is 4 Coo" vil 12S,;a
tfon, Sui:ter cannt.
Tne stuntsw b e i aen
mpu at !t at- t14he : .1.,. 4
fedin th', Sou-th Itn hol n th
T i\.e iv
firot ever (1ared to) any ' r. li
Apoknz of care
the .i age of i1At n ei1 of
1rb-isswe l 'r'v .. n uii IL N 1v- 01.
itofr Chas iriaaoiil.Pn, oplc
,hes, notices: '. ~
Iv '~V W.r~nn in
to-aredy.:)auy lh. .
.T.: M rnin n - ' 1 in.1n.
IDccO'b~ 170_% In Cl-am.'on C.i tv
"It leads the. :di, is the enra reply of
lruggists whe~n asi;.d at.'ut the meilt 01
saes of HLood's Sarlsa.parila.
EDarir. Ep-,: tTM.s: - -Piease insert
Mairriedl, byv Re.v. W\. ?. Wo(rl:mnan, in
Tlarendon cou'uty. Dee. Cth, J. P'. 2ieKnighti
:o .Miss Corinne. Pieso.
Dece:nber 1, in cunty,
[an'l E. Eppsl~ to Ms Annie PIyer.
Robt. Adais to "Lss May 1. Fllunn.
December 16th, in Florence c 'unty, T.
Bonneau Mout-omerv to Mkliss Jda Lou
lompson. . Your, &.,
W. I. WORK A.N.
Wilsons, Dec. 24, 1&)1.
Both the method and results when
yrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
md refreshing to the taste, and acts
ently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
iver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
em eTctually, dispels colds, head
t.ces and fevers and cures habitual
onstipation. Syrup of Figs is the
>dy remedy of its kind ever pro
lueed, pleasing to the taste and ac
:eptble to the stomach, prompt im
1 action and truly beneficial in its
afets, prepared only~ from the most
deathy and agreeable substances, its
may axcelent qualities commend it
k>ladhave made it the most
poular remedy known.
eyrup of .Figs is for sale in 50e
md $1 bottles by all leading drug
ists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on band will pro
ure it promptly for any one who
-ishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, C AL.
L.0UISVIL1.E, KY. NEW YCi . Y
sTATE OF SOULTh c1AROUNA,
COUNTY OF CL.AREND)ON.
20xir' of Co m0 TI S
rosephine Leoniard. Plaintiff,
Bernard Leonard, Defendiant.
Execution Against Property.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
ertain execution to me directed. I
still sell at public 1uet.on, to the
3iest bidder, for cash4, wilthin legal
ours of sale, at Clarendo~n Court
Rouse, in the town of Manning, S. C.,
)n Monday, the fourth day of Jan1u.
*'-y, 1%92 it' being salesdayt Ie *ow
n- described pr1oper~ty. to wn:1
All that lot, pare,"*) or trat of la.nd,
vith the bildi' ng thereon, situate in
he town of lia~'ni': in" Clarendon
ounty -'nd State aoresi d, conti
ng1 seven-eihths~ (7 of oniom in
>ouded as follows. to wit. orth, by
Boe stre~et; east by Iuter street:
oth, by lot nor: elaime d by Jame~s
ied by Robert M. Dea:n, ex'cept that
ortioil set asidte to Ber'iv'rd Le->uiard
s a homestead, >u ti e::-ero
Butler and B~ovee streen m:urn
~wenty-six (2()feet froi:'.'' n mer
Itreet,' by Iifty~ 150 fe..in dpth nm
Boyce street, togezi;wr vwi hesoe
Purchaser to pay for papvs
DANIEL J. URhAji:1M
Sherifi Clarendon . on..
Dec. 8, 1$t1.
A Gramded School F'or Um ::: G,
Mns. E. C .1.o: Prinipal
Book-keping. Cal'.t..'ne. Ty- eh in
short-hand, El..)en~tn, -ua i e i
Boardinig pup is cre for.smmb-s
:he family. L'ckward puise:n.l
:aught. All 1e~n thrg~ epie
The dearti~ntof~ \c..'l aiI Ir::n
Te depiartmenc't of Fi'ne Arts will include
:barcoal and erayon: skeig w: rm
SeCcial attetion'fl 1 -:e tore1
~peling, singing, L. oap
The scol1- 'o n . U
le bi~aelh'r isa
heek. a. Thn
hateve the e:
I't the ci:. o t
Conigent Fe. prsd f
months, in aiivanI...---.--..
Board, per alOnth.......... .....SA.U
Board from3Ion~day to Fila (iV
TaE STI'T SU'i R &AiUN A,
C'kU'TY PF CL1A1mZ N
I 'Tiu-: Con:' (F Co:.;,x P i W
Car-l-o eT alns ZI: m
N D U I'll yJ ,
1.DERL AND 1\ Y1IRTic OF A
u:mntorder of' saZid courtI inl the
ove4 tte ease, beain::' dtT the
fini ::vo June.191.om irr-eted.I
of.? 111 w'0T
y i ) I v.
:mrtnous, intN twn of1-:1 ng
. , wt -.. -i4m ;:1 (n *i..nmen io .(tz de
t :I I) Ah C m the fl
w n (:-::4 ' 14 4w i.:
I nV-h: .. h, am' he h'buie to
Ie om. (.i l'n 40 01: hday sil Xeto
ber. t : , w1 iin o t tro (*0It day
o e . :..tfl' e h p.,'r4 c e. pe'i anu
h - or-io~ -vbes c r
nowl 1oid.t tontbe evenedbyetohe
of1 aev te' \ od BI oill
hand or - /nom y os of th er.o
Herh 'Ie--. and :.n rf ed si ad mt
-'1 te or z+.:: ir lo t The r ner of
nyan aoll purie an opy lle of
l1t.of Mr "Alo [C. (jallehat. s va
'lo.nw sezzl ast ar i gare in conec~tion
wi'e twn of dxeln , u, sbjecto
0oe, to On rih-ofw ten feeut
wie aBrooks street l east madet epof
ietinjainfavo of Bersteret oa lk
I tore - u e M tal. c., ane
te southon ioce stret, ota tf of
!.;~ s'tr~o sar onte eonaiting
o fjev Hidenry' i 31 .od and b~oun~ded
asfolws z north, byt' Ots ofi Rev.C
Henry M. 1od, Leg- &Bell anld the
m -ortaor: east, by lot of Rev. eury
,L. ood, and by% Brok. s straid:
bout, by Boyce Street. and by lot Of
BenInin A Walker: and w . est. by v
lot of irs Rosa C. Ga!ueat, Benija
min A. l' ker and te mortgag( 's
lot,. no used as agarden i corinection
Swith his dwellin. houe, subject,
however, to a right-of-wa ten feet
wvide aeross said lot east and west, ex
isting, in favor of Bentain A. Walk
er, in itie rear of the iortga-or's
stor me-h11ouse .'
2. "All that pece, pael, or tract. of
(ad7itae on Bear Creek. containing!
I '010' L~ (24 ..12 1(1
two hiundred ()06)auers, and boundled:
o the north by olans of W. Rt. C.
penter, Sr.; ea-st andl south, by lands
SOf Mrs. Sarah A. Bur;-ess. and onl the
wN- by lnds of, 0lis. 3M. A. 31eEl
e and S. .J. 131aekWell. The said
tract o)f lnd w'as recently leurchased
b the mori'teor from 11. A. 3e l
veen and S. j. Blackwell.'
3. "All that traet of Ilnd, contA)ining
Soe hundred and tweuty-one (121)
acres, being a part of the tract known
asihe 'Cordes and.' butti. nort
east on. a1 portioni of the .uue traclt
allo-Ttedl to S-usan E. Wells: ;outh,. onl
a),n par ofthe land allotted. to 'amlesj
A. B s north-west, On a parel
oIf the aine trat alloted to li;s L.
Burgess4. The said tract of landl was;
coerdto tiie inort,"gor by Sarah11
. 1:, ., , I
A" Enress on thle 2d, dao M y
4."Ta paceo iana1~ situat on5I
theFutonrodknon s te'Ar
eitieCluu-es pnee,'continim 'seve
til acres, bounde onte othad
nurcase . o . r ruaimm
iE.1 's' o. raha on th 11th' day of
Januar, 1 S4.
5. "llthttrat oflandcontin'n
:ifteen to eventeen 4 to 17 rs.h
th 1ue oe rle, h 'eben
ll by John N. Pcdrrass, on tIu
ith iay of March, 187. eontainin
oe hlndre - aid sixty-nine (1 G;
.aere-e.X1ded on the north by ahul:
of i !ne Whack: south and Cast b:
i' nd1s of 3. E. Johnson: and on th<
We.:t ;V 1by 1us of -Mrs. Wat ts."
15. "ht tr::et of hld Conveyed tv
mew hy Wifli B. Evanis oil the 11t]
day of Januay, lua oni Cl
BYranch. COnIT'ining]1 Sixty (GO) acres
adj:oini:. lands of 3L E. EB. Baker
S W. E van, anid JameS 1. McFad
(1in1 .dcea, be~1-ing a part of the J
17. "That lot of land situate in th,
town of Maniinig conveyed to lle b:,
NuelUl A. vigh) in Februarv. 1881
located at the courner of BuTler illm
my dweling )house and other buii
inies are itte.coltaiing fi ve
eights (.s of _n1 c 'v more% *or Wl
A VaX' mledu ' he nort by I i. stre
known . Soni Bout. ndm otee
1as by lts of ( l of t.il io,
Presslev II Baront Lecri&Be l ante
;wri"Ta aall corner ofrhsed r r
tj bug. ot:; . Iuhb lots wv)w ownII
ed hv Dr. S.d. C.!. oni , J. o4
DiiJ, C. ae and Wloiske
Mered (100)C alcht. mord or le:
siall dorler o the lot of tile liort
;agor i hrein describeld; and we,
ioy Butler street."
18. "That tract of hmd purceased I:
me from John -M. Penderrass o
January tao aa2:1rd,1 c i
hundrei (100) acrn, ore or less
bouni1ided on th north by lands o
Bine Whack: east b lnds of Die
Brovdone; south by .ands of Aaroi
Wilson: and west by.a lands of E. _N
19. "That tract of land conveyed t
me by Eliza N. Plow and other n t1
ol 'th 13th day of January, 1S74
Ituate ini thle fork of Black' River
cotainine one hundred and thirty
six (1:) acres, bounded on the nortl
by lands formuerly belning to G. WV
White; ceast, by lands fforerly be
Aonging to John Blakely; k eouth, o.
ahnds of J. o. parknau; and westi
ay the sane lands."
21. "That traet of land conveyed t
nie by JosL L. 3elltt others, on th<
7thi dayv of Janluary, 1879,) situate 01
Potato Creek, containing fifty-one (51
ars, bounded on the north by lanh
of . E. 3nellett; oast by lands of Sa
rah Hopkins eutte and by lands o
Martha Ward: .am OUTh and west by
lands of R. B. Mellette.''
21. "That tract of land conveyed to
nme by Joeprt Gallhat on the 1th
(ay of Deemiber, 1S878, containing
huvntve (75) acres, more or less,
bounded onl the north b lands of J.
C. Bethune; eat by lands of Jae
ictoa.lBey: sout h by lands of mort
tgr aund S. A. Rigby; and waest by
lands of J. C. Bethune."
22. -That tract of land conveyed to
me by Robert Johnson oth the ast
d a o'f December 1874, containing one
huidred (10"il acres, bounded onl the
north bv lands of the Brunson and
Aror ti-lrts, the l by lands of rtha
Broek: east by lands,: formerly belon
in to t. . utler; south by lands of
the Brunson and Parlor tracts,: and
west by lands of the estate of William
2:3d~. "htatof l'n ~~ ad cwone to
Bran. on ta"in 3O)aing t 0 c.
b'io l ,)-re'bounded on thenrt, es, n
suby lans of Capt. E.O alN. Poth
den: and~ 01 th w'est by !ands of-T.
24. "That trac of land conveyed to
'mA of\ Chnu-n 'L Bahew on0the
ill'da of April, 18lr. contaonen h we
hundre (21 acres1:;. bld on the i
nort.'- h s fJ F. lK1irbr:o Poat
helnd lflewi Sie1' 'Vld add:ioth
b y' lamit f. J. 'ieLiing ;::nud west.
1y lnds0 of Sephe Cr )uEand B
23. "That tract of lan d cotneyed tc
me Ay . G.oDuose. Aon ter a0th ae
Cocri'A: eastl by te atdl of ta
la.md '2! X~idl (L. l. Dil'S; ::nd wesIt,
by-~ lud ofu E. . uoe id 'I. -'
'). "Thatl- tract'of l'a('ort) fred tc
m11 by~ "' * Theodsa odger1, and~ after,
v~ards bougt.y ala tax .10c
of1.1 ly odgr: a: m south, by fJ
landsi pot1ayRoes and !tatkowte
wet by L 'A lando Willim Ls. Rey
nolds. ' ~!.Cret
7."ht tract 0f land conveyed it
acres boundedAa on t leth by thm
of Lou 1 is tLlns occuped by *1eli:
seph1'L prt, and Oa sml'ldCAel trat (o~
asteFle land:'~--a :md west by
laud o J. Ed war Johnsonl1(lM and C
l of. W. R.(' Capente" 'hudd
A d O,5
1a-- 1f 31rhLi 7 otinn u
John S ran(e sot . A:mds of Red
Canon "." ~ 1
2'.l"Ta t r act ofi slandu conveye it1.
Levi, 1rs Elizabei .anels and C.
auif -.e ven 1031 acr."
IBOo'iS, A i;rES, i :::m:JerKS.
COUNTT F ?
N T I (-T' ,
To le di t --
a t tl C c
Soir: ' (': a :
4th da of .La(1a1. O'.- :
One TrcV 'f 1'
shp le IBv'.s ui c~' e
lan- 01 A. -P. n,
-1 ind- ofor.'rh.ie n; ta dN
(t- of cagoVnO
- sue .yac !muls o
-i H )oay. id 0 Bi~r.
?Ltevcr zn . Lorli, o, -nd R..3. *Wint of
. One tract of Lal in Siiau SWm
'atownship emue Two thoui cd 0)
(I.1) aCrei bo0un<d by i huuls of:d
Mi. Id ituk :1, D. ' .' M- vs. T ~ -'
Le-'i, and 1thers and' thle entro
OU'" iui)"l S9 t , -I'
lanIds o . C.
IrenWashh:to, Mrs.i 8ce...Hry,
I\~iEA. h: iND AM.
estate oif D. E. Hodt, D). W.V-lder
ma, ndoher:-: Caude onCounthy
centre of Pocutalgo'i S'wzzune.
One tract o? inr (um in1 Tow;ln
-ship. co Cniing seventeen (17)acres.
l anld hound1( by lan1ds o0Il:rd 1l
ler, R s sacte of 1 , s.
Thayer. 2. Lv, and R. J. Whiter.
One tra-T Of 1u0!" inl St. Pa-ul': Town
SShip. cotii.seven I'lodred 00
crsaild ho1lted to liuds of ofe
rea nt h: amd wu thx e e h . y
-on h n Cormenlyheooun. To Ryan.
1i Boser, and othler :11- aeeC River.
Three inalred I:e0o acre ia i.
y I N. 1ov* e n -ut. to on tI o n
ship, bound.d north, bly e.ntre of
JSwovilup; eu a!d weJasta. by lalnd
bought by,. LouiS Sppl, sot, by
Pureh topa for paer..
DhN1 J. IiRADHAP-.
SheriiT Clrnou County.
De cmrli 1-V01.
.J(1d.1 :ISIC' .II'11rVP.1.
=~ho f1~' 1"
0 F ei C A 11 D e1T C)'R
CLAV3DN C IY.
O~uiunny, Sa.,de. 1m91.
THE AUDI)TO'S OFFICE WILL!
b'' opn from the rs.t dy o J
u~-y 1 3,to theV twniIhd o
Februarn. to rece ' live rturonxs of
real and' pers-onal property for tt
tion in Clarendon county for the year
1892, and for tfhe cviencof tax-J.
payers w iave 7cl mto: r eio
the place named below to receivee
turns for the sa111d y iar:
1u-nola, W'ednesay, Jminuary 1ht
14th, 18 .
t.. V 1 -I
David Levi'sj Stre FridyJum:
BrunsonC's Xt Rads Satr; y,1an
*ury ' 10h 118 ' '?1.c
Jordan, 3 .onday, Januar 1. hav.
t o ol 0 ou e ~in . ( 1 k'jT*n
Forton. Wensay auay2
Wilson's, ThusdyJ~uay 1T
. M. Toinm'1atrdr Jnn
ryI 5:3dC (los. wll c
W.' J.n bn'.Wdnsa. au
28t h. 18 fl2. '
Shades, with Spring Rollers, from
Baby Carriages from $5.50 to $20.
7 -p k Bedroom Suits from $15 to 150.
Bed Spring. from $1.50 to $5.00.
Extcn-ion Tables, Solid Ash, only $5.
Rocking Chairs, from 75c. to $8.
Wood Seat Chairs from 45c. to 70c.
Caue Seat Chairs from 75c. to $3.50.
3 H.T iBE OLD STAND.
r . th.p...-..:... ave s-rved the people of Clarendon and Sumter
-:ve-n my patrons honest goods for their money. I carry a
e::. and w 1 l i to suit the timesi. I a:z Uffedng
dn O tbhe Tead ,a
.. ha : g~.! pu!Cxn to examine my stock bhfore biying elsewhere.
- ' - NVUiJI N
a- :. in prce gi xar..need
Sumter, S. C.
B os::, 1 . SUMTER, S. C.
The;e are the men who run "The New Shoe Store," and while they have only
!cen Ioing bnsiness (three months) they have already shown (by the trade they are
e ting) that their is souething that draws the people tc them.
They say the first thing is: The shoes were bonght right.
econ d,"They are sellin them at prices that are right, and every one who buys a
shoe froi them goes away pleasecl.
They keep no shoes that are not solid leather.
Mr. Heistr, being in thc Wholesale Shoe Business and constantly in the market,
hence the-y have every ladvantage. It will pay yon to buy your shoes from them. Their
toek will suit any Class of Trade.
HEISER & WALSH,
Blon-~'aghan~ BlCcI., - - S'uuLmter, S. C.
Will buy you a full outfit in Hardware for Spring, consisting of
CIevis, Laprings, Back-Band, Plow Line,
Repair Links, Plow, and Traces,
And on Hardware, P n and Oils, you will find that I am
Zead( uarters a'er prLic Z )inig elsewhere. Respectfully,
-W. B. B-uirns,
SUMTER. S. C.
Jmoke 2eno Segars, The Best Nickle Segar Sold.
B. A. JOHNSON, Sole Agent. Manning, S. C.
'UIA -hlal - lroai - It - Andt
158 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
D OWE N ORTGAGES
tr:lsferred and aigned to A. -T. Sa- ONE AND TWO HORSE
: 1N. Lo - L.. ns, the following (
lracts; of lndt will be offered for j
de i .M~nnin, atthg outhnse. -Mon-i,
"v Ta.dtn:,vitl:in the -sa hou1rs; 0ADCAIl"I
-FOn SALE BY
rotr 3L ntle.an Charl enry Ent-!
to m L : that tract of !and - .
:mtaningout.L'unre~iarre, m re or le.:sSii
n Crenon unt::,n ubondrg north
. e(!at'ly Henry The Tennessee Wagon is one of the best,
.Thon 1 .sn; uth on Pton Nelson's and I strongest, and most lasting wagons made.
.C C. 3:icro' s cast, on The R Oal Carts and Duggies are guaran
D . Cn' and west, teed to be the best in the market.
. . J. ? i .
Po 'yWi. TI rnce Wait, and
J 'bec r. A,, Lb l The eno th fly
,--Ie of hmd in :'aedncmtcnan
rt-v 1 er, and1CT bounded now or I sell my goods rapidly is that I am
e or nt! east by satisfied with a living profit.
s P a ; h o lands of Pe
er i an We st LAV; azld on west by
atuds- of Dase - c, v.
.oy1to LoT Loyas.-Al Is always filled with
S" o 0" e2lRc Y 098, NOTINS, HATS,
ver, intecv y o C.iindon , and
C, a t ~ co 1 u1uu
jonnIad c ii anas of .ss .P .J.hn Boots,
ri.Jelhn D). D Jr~.. ,. J.Zewy
.d by a tract ot:nd of which this thirt -: Shoe5, -: Gi00cz1i, :
v.as ori-ina : a p...);
samui H. D. Evnsrtzo Louis Lyns.-All nd every other article sold in a gen
Lat trct of la nd in Clar-.don county, con- i eral store.
i si y 'rc, on the south side of
12-rnc, id boumded now or O
iorvs: -NorthI by !lans of J.* I
3'n. ; ;. 'ast by nds of S. H. D. So that I can sell them cheaper than
a.. out...y..nd.of .. H. McFaddin; most merchants, as I have no factor
s of W. .Eans, and to divide my profits with,
t.::d rly owvned by
And a M Ale to Save
T1 i. ::an Nichols, to
out! . .-. o that ti.et of land in Enouh by C)Untina my bills to
e a:~: un.,f wnrich is of great advan
seaenaces, and bo:mded now or'- t :
a- N oth and e:?st by'
- of .:;r E. :e er;south and west p
IV L e'~sooh an W~L ~and 1R~y Customiers
d of D:..ai .Bod~y
L-o o E. W. J-so, and as- I ou ask thn people to visit my
-Al t1::.t tract of, store if thev de:re rare bargains, and
Li e .,:au on. 1u'r-:3 and ti- tink tLxA I cai colviuce them that
n on canty, bLing a part C
al f.d J. I'ri-r::on
N ; Can be saved urcbin their
Eoths from me. iyespectfully,
V. . n 01 tile
paorf aa hc i fgetavn
S1 .* w .~ 1 acob 2?rodovsky,
., .,~i lt "''ii. r. .Mtt:AIAN. A. S.BRIOWNi. ROBT. P. VANS.
,.2.~ i~cA~ R, 'WWN EVANS,
D1~ Goodis, Notions,
i Bd y Shoes End Cothing,
Ios. 2 22a I 20 Meetincg Street,
gooC fr mLEplTON , S. C.
I t 1- o
Jv. i 1: of t
- zaika d t Lai: oyn.-Al 1 'ant
23:2 .Ki::e n e ing Street,
- it n ha sC 1oA T, C,
au: remos. ut C1OeHdSbaths.
n ::. 15-:.-LTh:. p~rarrrGhope
iisfirce: riciadentSantolhes wniofhi
............o..i............:.;; of patronattetie.
a . T. S N.A.C . ~oRYB. EA.
B KINGSoe andIClEth,
1 CHARLESTON, S. C.
'1 ~ C H AahL E SMT N, S. C.
4. 4. * ~,.~' ~4l' ii~S p ir :tiona s feor Priceats and emp le ntil
IC'' i4) bC~ 0? hs tae.Coiveny1-anpt ttebsisprtion
4.t.0~ 0 kI. 41 atonge ISfth t An 2 . Let orYnEA.
1 W*,I LL, Po~i'EtMME8 M PITSAPrpriTr
Wicker Rockers from $2.50 to $10.
Poplar Beds from $1.75 to $2.50.
Hardwood Beds from $3 to $7.50.
Walnut Beds from $9.00 up.
Bureaus from $5.50 to $35.00.
Wash Stands from $1.25 to $20.00.
Sideboards from $5.00 to $50.00.
Wardrobes from $8.50 to $25.00.
Parlor Suits! Parlor Suits!
N EW HOUSE. 17 LARGE AND COM
fortable rooms, nicely furnished with
new furniture. Dath rooms for use of
guests. Excellent tab!e, supplied with best
the market can afford. Conveniently locat
ed to depot and the business part of town.
Mps. M. 0. BURGESS, Prop.
J. G. Dnrms, M. D. R. B. LoBYEA.
DRUGGISTS & PHARMACISTS,
SIGN OF THE COLDEN MORTAR.
Fine Drugs and medicines.
FANcY AND Tor A-rzcLEs, Fnis
ExTRAcTs AND COIOGNE.
P.ars, Oqs, mm Gr.&s, SPECn
cLES AND EYEGLAssm FINE
C1GAms AND ToBAcco.
In fact, everything usually kept in a first
class Drug Store.
With ACCURACY AND DISPATCH at
all hours, day and night, by a competent
and experienced Pharmacist.
J. G. DINKINS & CO.
We have opened the finest drug store in
Sumter, and take this method of extending
a cordial invitation to the
People of Clarendon
to give us a call whenever they visit this
city. They will always find our stock com
plete with the purest
Drugs and Medicines.
Also imported and domestic perfumery,
toilet and fancy articles of every descrip
tion, combs, brushes, stationery, the best
brands of cigars, and the choicest confec
tionery, in fact everything that a first-class
drug store handles will be found with us.
Special attention given to compounding
prescriptions, and we shall always be found
in our store, day or night. Electric bells on
door. W. H. GILLILAND & CO.,
Monaghan Block, Sumter, S. C.
L. W. FOLSOM,
- Sign of the Big Watch, -
SUMITER, S. C.
~., .,*1 -~ resentS.
- STERLING SILVER, CLOCKS, -
Optical Goods, Fine Knives, Scissors and
Razors, Machine Needles, Etc.
CHARLES C. LESLIE,
Wholesale & Retail Commission Dealer in
Consignments of poultry, eggs, and all
kinds of country produce are respectfully
Office Nos. 18 & 20 Market St., E. of East Bay,
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
FIF"IE EN AYS' 'RIAI
FAC. N OIE RILETIE
Dirst clayss drgn stor .5,btsn frcruu
PAINTSA WOOD COILSh3
LOEDTANIHS DRU STES
FFoeston, S. C.
SOAPS, PEROE TATION
1ER, CIayS, CharetN, SEEDS,
Wn h artiles aDesall kptin To a
LEA, CiARHS, andPiSHS
in-eaiisgt brsuit purcar Lmitd,
naa wan+ Fresto n , S~e.TnC.