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Wednesday, March 21, 1894.
Your Name in Print.
-Mrs. C. F. Sansbury has gone to Flor
ence on a visit to her parents.
-Mrs. W'alter Hall, of Florence,. visited
relatives in Manning last week.
The work on the brick buildings in
. Manning is progressing rapidly.
The bank's safe and Mr. M. Levi's safe
haye arrived at the depot. Both are tre
Our merchants will soon begin to close
their stores early in the evening for the
benefit -)f the clerks---and the girls.
- A good sewing machine on easy terms
better for cash-at Brockinton's drug store.
We received a telegram from Dr. W. M.
Brockinton yesterday stating that he will
be home from New York next Monday.
The Palmetto Pharmacy makes its debut
to the people of this county in another col
umn. Read what they say, and you will
And their prices wonderful,
Choice plug tobacco 50c. and 75c. per
pound at Broington's drug store. -
A twelve pound squall struck the home of
Mr. Eugene Dickson. at Sardinia, last
Thursday. He is a bouncer, and James
Corbett had better look to his laurels in the
There will be a good many club meetings
in the county next Saturday. and the menm
bers should attend them in order that, they
may elect men to represent their views in
the coming convention.
If you want a good smoke call at Broekin
tan's drug store and get a package of "Pick
Lear" tobacco, only 10 cents.
emember the Times will not be sent to
those that have not paid up by April 1st.
We are determined to have a cash system
if we have to be forced to lose some valua
ble names now on our lists.
A fire caused by sparks from an engine
,on the Central road last Wednesday de
stroyed about $40 worth of cross ties be
longig to .r. J. H. Timmons and about
S300 worth belonging to the company.
Gardeniseed and onion sets at Dinkins
Let the convention to be held in Man
ing, on the 31st inst., be a rouser. Every
Beform club should be fully represented,
and the'delegates should come prepared to
express the views of their respective clubs.
Louis Loyns has ffesh bread from
Charleston every Tuesday and Friday.
Rev. J. 0. Gough preached a very'inter
esting sermon in the Baptist church last
Sunday. and if the ehureh adopts the pol
icy' outrined inbhis sermon there will be a
healthy revival in that church. Mir. Gough
is an Wrnest talker, and always draws good
The weflknown Arm of .W. H. Bird &
Company. of Charleston, has an advertise
ment in our columns, and the many per
mons now building and these contemplating
beuiding will do well to correspond with
-thoen when they want paints, oils, and any
thing in their line.
"Pick Leaf" smoking tobsceo, 10 cents a
-ckgat W. M. Brockinton's.
Died, near Wybeo, last Sunday, a dwarf
:the daughter of Wesley Levy, colored. She
'was29 years of agand was only 2 feet
'10 inches tall er parents hare several
timesbeen applied to for this freak to put
in a lbow, but they would not give her up.
Wesley Levy has another child that is a
'A few days ago we were shown a sample
of grist made at Bradham's mill, and the
stample shown us compares very favorably
with the' pearl grist,. shipped here from
abroad. We see no reason why the people
should continue buying grist from the
West when our own mills can furnish just
just as good an article.
Fresh garden 'seed a onion setts at
Bey. W. C. Power, Presiding Elder of the
Sumter District, preached in the Methodist
chureh last Sunday morning, and in the
Presbyterian church at night. -Monday the
.oauarteriy conference was held. M!essrs. J..
i*. McLeod and S. A. Nettles were elected
delegates to the district conference, to be
held in this town, and it was recommended
that this confererlee be held the last week
in July. .
When a man appears on our streets these
days with a new suit of clothes on 3he is
s'ure tobe asked if he can prove where he
bought his clothes. One young fellow
-when asked this question thought he was
being suspected of getting his beautifully
fitting suit from the fire, wanted the ques
tioner to gowith him to Horton, Burgess &
MCo.'s store so that he could prove he came
.by hia suit all right.
Philadelphia red and white onion setts
:Dinkins & CO's.
Last Monday Bacheal McDuffie made an
:.attack upon Sallie Wells with a brick, and
.did more damage to Sallie's head than she
.did to the brick. Sallie, when attacked,
had Mr. Alfred Dyson's baby with her, and
when Racheal was remonstrated with and
1told she might have killed the baby, she
said she didn't care anything for "dl
buekra's baby.'' Racheal is in jail and Sal
lie is nursing her wounded skuli.
W. C. Chandler & Co. will furnish the
".eople of Manning with ice this summer.
irill sell in quantities of 5cents up, and as
low as possiblc.
A fewdays ago there appeared in the
'want" column of the News and Courier-an
- dvertisement for a good family' phyusiia,
and quite a number of letters have been re
ceived here making inquiries about the
matter. last Saturday one physician came
here in pers n, but no one seems to know
anything about it, as the fiarty plac'ng the
advertisement did not have the name
signed to it. Some regarded the affair as a
reflection upon the several physicians al
ready here, and who the person is that
wants a do::tor remains a mystery.
W. C'. Chandler& Co.'s large new refrig
erator is here, and their customers will be
furnished fresh, clean, frozen meats. No
flies, no filth.
This morning a colored man from Wil
liamsburg started proceedings in the trial
justice's office to obtain possession of a cow
that was stolen from him in Williamsburg
on the 17th of February. The cow is now
in possession of Mr. R. A. Ridgill, who
bought har from Ferdinand Sports. Sports
we understand has told different persons
various tales of how he' came in possession
of the cow, and if Bojius Keels, the alleged
owner, continues in his present frame of
mind Sports will be called uptn to explain
his conduct to a Williamsburg jury.
An assorted line of medicines and drugs
always on hand, at Brockinton's Drug
A certain.young man in town came down
street last Monday evening with his
mouth stretched clear across his face,
rnd a big bunch of flowers on
the lapel of his coat. Everybody
he met he told them a young lady gave
him those flowers, but when he found out
that a servant at the young lady's house
owned the flowers first and threw them
away because her fellow picked them in the
cemetery, the fellow's mouth became drawn
aiter the manner of one who had just eaten
a green persimmon. Boys, when girls give
away flowers these days you had better see
tamw rnimska indt- taking it for e"'M
La't Wednesday night considerable ex.
citement was caused here by a report thal
the friends of the prisoners who are lodged
in jail, for the recent fire and thefts, wer(
going to rescue them. The jailor sav
groups of colored men during the nighl
congregated on Harvin's tram road, and h(
reported the matter to the sheriff. A party
was at once organized to protect the jail
against such an invasion, but if the colored
men had any such idea they made no 6f
forts to put it into execution. Everything
is quiet, and theiwork of ferreting out the
crime goes steadily on. Since our last is.
sue several more colored men have beem
lodged in the jail charged with being con
nected with the crime. Last Saturday
Trial Justice Timmon's gave Isreal James s
preliminary hearing, and it resulted in
James being bound over in the amount o;
$200 on the charge of grand larceny.
Last Monday Prince Sheriff was given a
preliminary hearing on the charge of steal
ing goods from the fire, and was bound
over in the sum of $200.
Yesterday in default of bail Lewis Bur
gess and Prince Sheriff were committed *tc
jail to await the general sessions, Shaw Col
clough plead guilty of stealing three pairs
of shoes and he was sentenced to a fine of
$10 or 20 days in jail, and owing to the un
certainty of President Cleveland's approval
of the Bland bill Shaw took the 20 days.
There not being sufficient evidence against
George Epperson, Bill Picket, John Wash
ington and Alex Bertrand they were re.
leased from custody. Henry Wells was also
released, but rearrested on the charge of
arson, and to-day committed to await court.
The communion meeting in the Presby
terian church in Manning will be on the
first Sabbath in April and Saturday before.
The Rev. J. L. Girardeau, D. D., is ex
pected to preach Sabbath morning and
night, April 1st. All invited to attend.
Miss Mollie J. Hause, of Wilmington, N.
C., is spending a few days in Alcoln, the
guests of Mrs. Costin. Miss Hause has re
cently returned from the Foreign Mission
work in Japan.
A crowd,of young people recently made b
lying vist to Salem on the tram road of Mr.
Alderman. We presume they had a nice
Mr. D. C. Shaw has open a new store in
Salem. His brother, Mr. John Shaw, has
charge of it.
A crowd of young ladies from Alcola at
tended the quarterly conference meeting of
the Methodist denomination in Manning
Mr. J. H. Parker has returned from a
recent visit to relatives and friends in
Misses Mabel and Katie Collins, of At
kins, have been visiting their brother, Mr.
We are glad to see the new brick build.
ings going up in Manning. We are glad to
see the spirit of enterprise. There is no
lovlier little town in the State than Man
ning. Could we only have some manufac
t4ring interest, and give employment to
hands, and increase the cash current trade
it would start us off on an up hill grade.
PAiorA, March 7.-General Farley in
spected the 24 battalion of cavalry. com
posed of the Hampton Light Dragoons and
the Conner Mounted Rifles,'and command
ed by Capt. D. W. Brailsford, at the
grounds of the Panoli academy yesterday.
The entire country was out to view this dis
play of the pomp and circumstance of war.
The troops were at their best, and old Clar
endon was very proud of her handsome
soldier boys and of her lovely daughters,
who crowded the balconies of the building
and smiled their approbation of the fine
eiolution of the battalion drill as they were
rpidly performed for two hours with the
precison of veterans.
In addressing the troops Gen. Parley de
clared that in no spirit of flattery, but in all
sincerity, he could say to them that in his
inspection of the cavalry of the State he had
not met their equal in the precision and ac
uracy of the drill, and the excellence of
their horses. He said it would in all prob
ability be his last appearance before them
in his offcial capacity, but that the courtesy
and hospitality extended to him by the peo
ple of Panola he could never,- forget, and
that he would never consent to a severance
of his social ties with them. The general
wih every offier of the battalion and flu.
merous friends were entertained at dinner
by Capt. Brailsford.
PACxsvzraa,~ March 19.-Nomen has been
too much taken up with other things- to
write for the Times lately. -There is a new
orer at his house-a little girl-and so
you see how it is that he has not had time
to call ere this.
Mr. Clark has moved into town, and is
now engaged in putting up a brick -kiln.
Mr. Clark has the contract to make the
brick for Mr. Curtis' store, and will also
supply the community with what brick is
needed. Experts say the clay here is of
superior quality, and will make a much
better brick than the Sumter brick. The
brick made from this clay has been .tested
and proved much more satisfactory than
those bought in Sumter or Summerville.
Spring has made her debut; the dog
woods are in lull bloom. The fishermen
py nightly visits to the mill ponds, and
everything is calm and serene. As long as
the fish hold out to run, the poorest may
have meat, is our motto in these diggins.
A number of witnesses have bden bound
over to the May term of 'the United States
court. These parties are witnesses against
H. C. Tinda) for robbing and burning the
post offie sometime ago.
A posse went down from here last Thurs
day night to look for the famous James
Thomas, alias Cuff McLeod. The trip was
barren of results so far as the posse was
Rev. C~. WV. Creighton will preach here
the first Sunday in April. Service will be
gin at 7.30 p. m.
Our town is still growing. More new
hou'es are being built, and before long a
Methodist church wilH be erected. A comn
mittee has been appointed to have the
The farmers are busy preparing to plant
cotton. Abcht as much cotton will be
planted this year as last. -The corn crop,
in some respects, will be larger, and more
small grain has been sown. The farmers
are not using as much guano as formerly.
The aim is to plant enough cotton to pay
old debts, keep out of debt as much as pos
sible this year, and be able to live next year
without going into debt at all.
Rev..E. D. Wells has accepted a call to He
bron and High Hill churches in Sumter
county, but will remain here and continue
to serve the pe-ople of Packsville. The
preaching days of the Packsville Baptist
chrh have been changed frora the second
and fourth Sundays to the irst and third
This was necessary to enable Mr. Wells to3
accept the calls in Sumter county.
The literary society has added a new
feature to its program -a serial story to be
written by the members. Each member is
to write a chapter consecutively. When
fnished, each chapter is to be compared
and the author of the best chapter given a
medal. Miss Mlay Tindal wrote the first
chapter, and Mr. Baker is to write the see
An effort is being made by the colored
people to get up a brass hand.
So far we have not heard of a single can
didate coming out in this county. In other
counties slates are being fixed with a view
to catch the votes of the unsuspecting.
Every effort will be made to capture the
State this year, and unless the Reformers
stand by each other the Antis will succeed
in part if not altogether. Nomen voted for
Tillman, not because he believed him to be
above making a iistake, but because be
Nomen) believed in the. principle of it.
oen believes that the - Reform ranks
have as good or better men in them now
than in 1890, and for one proposes to sticki
to it come whatisay.
The Packsville Democratic club will be
club will meet the M4th inst. to elect dele
gates to the convention to be held in Man
ning on the 31st. Every member should
Several strangers have been in town the
past week, and are supposed to be detec
tives looking for Jule Brunson, a man
wanted by the U. S. authorities for helping
IL . Tindal-rob the post ofmce.
Well Enown in Clarendon, Eigures ii
a Philadelphia Court.
"PIazELPHaI, Pa., March 12.-Wm, B
Utsey, alias Daniel C. Camp, whoattempted
to swindle ex-Postmaster General Wanna
maker and Strawbridge & Clothier out ol
several thousand dollars by means of forge
checks and by showing an alleged letter ol
introduction from Secretary Hoke Smith
had this morning Pufficiently recovered
from the effects of morphine, to which arug
he is addicted, to be given a hearing befori
Magistrate Pole. He was arraigned on tb
charge of forgery and attempting to securi
money under false pretenses.
"Utsey denied his guilt, and when asked
where he got the checks drawn to the orde
of Daniel C. Camp, and which amounted
to S11,000, he said: '1 got them in thil
city from a man named Camp. My name
is William B. Utsey, and my home is al
St. George, S. C. I am a buyer for South.
ern houses.' The magistrate held him in
$2,000 bail for a further hearing on the 19th
inst. S. U. High & Co.. of Atlanta, Ga.,
with which firm the accused claimed to be
connected, will aid in the prosecution."
'Ihis item is not a surprise to the people
this city where the colonel lived last year.
His reckless financiering and generally er
ratic conduct caused a general belief that
he would sooner or later strike serious
He was one of the most picturesque char
acters ever known in any country, and
more like the creation of some fanciful
no~velist than a part of real lite. He recog.
nized only one use for money-to spend it.
He began life in the low country,' in Colle.
ton, where he inherited probably, $30.000
from his father, who was a prosperous
merchant. The younger Utsey did busi.
ness on a big scale for a while. He rap
half a dozen stores and everything was wide
open. He was known all over the State for
his princely expenditures and was a promi
nent figure on every occasion of importance.
He was a colonel on Governor Richardson's
staff and on the occasion of the visit of the
South Carolina troops to Philadelphia a
few years ago insisted on paying the ex
penses of the entire party of official, in
cluding the cost of the special train, being
prevented only by the positive refusal of
the railroad people to receive his money.
He failed with a crash, but the circum
stance did not seem to phase him. He had
a wonderful nerve and a cool, deliberatek
impassive, easy manner of making aston
ishing statements and handling aind dis
cussing large sums of money -which any
millionaire might envy, and the plausibility
of his explanations of awkward circ'im.
stances was marvelous. He made a great
figure in Greenville when he first arrived
here, having handsome horses, vehicles of
the latest styles and showy harness and
riding with gaiters and crop in English
style. He frequently displayed what
seemed to be large amounts of currency,
and talked of starting a bank here. He
went to Spartanburg and undertook to buy
the Merchant's hotel there; carrying the
negotiations to the point where .a. peremp
tory demand for the cash revealed the fact
that he was virtually penniless. Later he
went to Laurens and undertook to buy cot
ton as "The Southern Exporting Company.
W. B. Utsey, manager. Hyacinth Edmon
stone and Maxwell Hodgkinson, Liver
pool." This does not seem to have been a
success, and Colonel Utsey left here in the
midst of financial difficulties, most of them
involving absurdly small sums.
He was a widower, but soon after his
arrival here was arried'at his own residence
in West street to a Miss Hodgkinson, a
handsome, educated and remarkably bright
Englishwoman, who came here from New
York, apparently for the marriage. Trial
Justice McBee performed the ceremony.
Mrs. Utsey was notable for the elegance
with which she dressed and was thought to
have some means of her own.
Those who'know Colonel Utsey beet be
lieve that he has been for. years virtually a
lunatie- Hie used great quautities of mor
phine and drank freely. He used to say
that he used the morphine to deaden the
pain in one of his legs which was amputat
ed about two years ago in consequence of a
wound from a pistol accidently fired by
himself in his residence at Greenwood.
Since his departure from here he has
been heard of at the Hoffman house and
other expensive hotels in New York. He
has written once or twice to friends here to
say that he intended to return to Green
ville; vindicate himself and confound hi.
Utsey Convicted of Forgery.
PHILDr L'zAa, Pa., March 1.5.-Daniel
C. Camp, who pretended that -he repte
sented J. M. High & Co. of Atlanta, Ga., and
through forgeries of that firm's name at
tempted to swindle Jon Wannamaker and
other well known firms out of large sums of
money, was to-day convicted of forgery and
sentenced to six years imprisonment.
Deputy Sheriff Flowers. of Sumter, came
to Manning yesterday, and returned to
Sumter with a prisoner by the name of
Casey English, who is charged with oh
t dning goods under false pretenses.
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FORESTON DRU6 STORE.
I keep always on hand a full line of
Pure Drugs and Medicines,
SOAPS, PERFUMERIY, STATION
ERY, CIGARS, GA&RDEN SEEDS,
and such articles as are ~usually kept ina
first class drug store.
I have just added to my stock a line of
PAINTS AND OILS,
and am prepared to sell PAINTS, OILS
LEAD, VARNISHES, BRUSHES,
ini quantties to suit purchasers,
Columbia Gets a Tillmanite Post laster,
Col. Wm. H. Wallace has been appointed
I post master at Columbia, but he will not go
into office with the best wishes of the Antis.
Yesterday's News and Courier correspond
ent from Columbia has thA following to say;
i "The announement that Co.. Wm. Wal
- lace had been appointed postmaster for Co
r lumbia was made upon the bulletin board*
I here this evening. The news spread rap
r idly among the business men of the city
and created considerable discussion. All
who have been seen are very much disap
pointed at President Cleveland's selection,
and some strong Cleveland men were heard
to say some pretty hard things to-night
The trouble is that Co!. Wallace has been
pretty thoroughly identified with the Till
man Movement in this city and county
during the past few years. and the business
men do not think that President Cleveland
should have given Columbia a postmaster
who has any connection with Tillmanism.
No one has any personal objection to Col.
Wallace; on the contrary he is pretty well
liked, and it is thought he will make a very
efficient postmaster. It is simply Col. Wal.
lace's politics which causes the opposition.
to him. Col. Wallace is a Confederate vet
eran,having been a gallant soldier. He has
always re.ided here and is very favorably
known throughout the county. He has,
since the advent of the Tillman Administra
tion, been the chief clerk in the public
Manning Farmers' Platform Club.
Pursuant to a call of Reformers of Claren
don county published last week in the
Manning Times, a meeting of the Manning
Farmers' Platform Democratic Club will be
held at the court house in Manning, Satur
day afternoon, March 24, at 4 o'clock, to
determine what action shall be taken. A
full attendance is requested.
S. A. NzrrLis,
S. J. BowMN, President.
Manning, S. C.. March14, 1894.
W. N. Bahr & Bro., of Charleston, can.dy
and cracker dealers, are young progressive
men.and are building up a first-class trade.
They have already sold a good many goods
to the merchants of this county, and in
every instance given satisfaction. We will
be pleased if our merchants will encourage
this young firm, as they are reliable and
enterprising and deserve success.
Senator Irby was taken suddenly ill
-in Washington last Monday, and it was
feared he had a stroku of apoplexy, but af
ter restoratives had been applied he soon
recovered, and it was found that he became
overheated by the unusually warm weather
now in that city.
LAssens Pain, Insuares Sety to
Lfe of Mother and Child.
My wife, after having used Mothers'
Friend, passed through the ordeal
with little pain,waassm3oTXa IN on
moua than in a wzzx after the birth
Bean Station, Tenn.
movuzas' -FRED red pain af Its
terror and shortenedlabor. I ave te bll
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NOTICE OF RECISTRATION..
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
TACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVIS
.iobs of an act of the General Assembly,
ratified on the 9th day "f February, 1882, I
will be in the court L.ot'se in Manning, in
the office oif th~e clerk of the court, the first
Monday of each nionth, for the purpose of
allowing persons coming of age since the
last general election to register, and to at
tend to any ether business pertaining to my
offiial duties. S. P. HOLLADAY,
Supervisor Registration Clarendon Co.
P.OQ. Address: Panola. S. C..
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
By Louis Appelt, Esq., Probate Judge.
Whereas, Ma~s? STACIA CONNOR
has made suit to me, to grant her Let
ters of Administration of the Estate of
and effects of R. S. CONNOR.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said R. 'S.
CONNOR, deceased, that they ..be
and appear, before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Manning, S.
C., on the 22d of March, next, after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why the said Admninistra
tion should not be granted.
Given under my Hand, this 3d
day of March, Anno Domini, 1894.
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Balsam, Parker's Hair, 40 50
Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery, 75 100
Pierce's Favorite Prescription 75 1 00
Cuticura Resolveat, 85 100
Cuticura Salve, 40 50
Cuticura Soap, 15 25
Bovinine, small, 50 60
Sulphur Bitters, 75 1 00
Syrup Figs, Calf, 40 50
Syrup Figs, Calf, 75 1 00
BB B 67 100
H B P. the Best Blood Purifier, 1.00
Castoria, 25 35
Syrup Hyphosphites, Fellow's, 97 1 50
Hall's Syrup, 90 1 00
Ayer's Hair Vigor, 67 1 00
Hall's Hair Renewer, 75 1 00
Hall's Cough Syrup, 25
Alligator Liniment. 25
Wampole's C L 0 Prepartion, 67 100
Scows Emulsion, 67 100
Hall's Emulsion 254 and 50
Cod Liver Oil, pure, 45c, pint, 50
Cod Liver Oil, pure, 80c, quart, 100
Anti-Pain Plasters, 10 25
Simmon's Liver Regulator 67 1 00
Castile Soap. 12 oz cake, 10 15
Castile Soap, imported, per lb., 20 25
No-To-Bae, 3 boxes for 2 50
West's Nerve & Brain Treatment 67 1 00
Phosphodine, 85 100
Japanese Pile Cure, - 67 1 00
West's Liver Pills. 12 25
Our Little Liver Pills, 15 25
Tetlow's Swans' Down, with Ext. 10 25
Gossamer Powder, 15 25
Goden's Liquid Beef, . 85 1 00
Belladona Plasters, 15 25
Capeine Plasters, Benson's, 15 25
Chicheater's Psuanyroyal Pills, -1 85 2 (0
Hall's Syrup of Hyphosphites,. 90 1 50
Pennyroyal Pills, . 75 1 00
Dir. Felix LeBrun's Steel and
Pennyroyal Pills, 67 1 00
Dr. Felix LeBrun's G G Rem
Sedy for Men, 67c, by mail, 67 1 00
Hood's Sarsaparilla, - 75 1 00
PPP 75 100
WhiteRoseGlycerine Soap (4711) 15 .25
Boracine Powder, -15 25
Lubin's Powder, imported,. 20) 25
tubin's Powder, imita~tion," 10 15
*Lubin's Powder, imitation, 05 10
Pennyroyal Wafers, 85 1 00
Hall's Kidney & Liver Cure, 75 1 00
Condition Powders, Hors'e, 1 lb. 25
Cream of Roses & Almonds, 25 & A0 50
Fragrant Tooth Liquid, 20 25
Orris Tooth Powgler, 20 25
Camphorated Tooth Powder, 20 25
Rose Tooth Powder, 20 25
Saponaceous Tooth Powder, 20 25
Charcoal Tooth Powder, per oz., 10.
pt-All the popular Tooth
Powders, Washes, Soaps.
and Liquids at 20 per cent.
Pearlytine Tooth Wash, .25
Miles' Remedies, each, 75 1 (0
Brown's Iron Bitters, 75 1 00
Toothache Drops, 10 15
Laxative Syrup. 25
Sponges, each leto 2 50
hall's Cough Drops, - 05
Smith Bros.' Cough Drops, 05
Red Cross Cough Drops, 0
Melvin's Cough Drops, 05
Bronchial Troches 10
Charcoal Tablets, 10c and 20 25
Stick Licorice, 10c sticks for 05 10
Lazell's Extracts, 20 per cent. off
French Extracts, 20 per cent. off
Bellehamber's Hair Wash, 75 1 00
Pond's Extract, 40 and 80e, 1 00
Extract Witch Hazel, pints, 20 25
Extr.tet Witch Hazel, quarts, 35 50
Extract Witch Hazel, gallon's, 1 00 1 50
Recamier Cream, 1 25. - 1 50
Green's lNervura, 90 1 00
Viola Cream Soap and Powders
Viola Cream, 36 .50
Malvina Cream, 40 50
Carter's Little Liver Pills, 15 25
Household Ammonia, pints, 05
Household Ammonia, quarts. 10
Best Furniture Polish, 25
Furniture Varnish, 50
hill's Sarsaparilla, 75 1 00
"290" fr Woms,12
Jamaica Ginger, pints, 85 1 (00
Baby Powder, Carbolated, 15
Wood's Sarsaparilla, 25 1 00
.sir'We claim to have the best stoek of
Druggists' Sundries, Perfumery, Tooth,
Nail and Hair Brushes, Combs, Sponges,
Chamois Skins and Toilet Bequisites in the
City. We can mail over 2,000 articles in
the Drug line, anywhere, and pay special
attention to mail orders. We will mail our
catalogue to any address about April 1st,
1894. While this catalogue is not complete
it will give some .idea of the stock we
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WM. N. BAHR & BRO.,
DEALERS I AND MANUFACTPEREE OF
Cakes, Biscuits and Plain
and Fancy Candies.
Penny Candies and Chewing Gums.
French Mixtures and
319 King Street, CHARLESION, S. U.
Ou store is pre-eminent
for newness, for novelty,
for variety, for quality,
for everything that makes
a -collection of DRY
and SHOES attractive to
the consumer's eye-in
chuding moderate prices.
Should the adverstising
prove dull, the writer of
advertisement will be to
blame, and not the goods.
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style are unsurpassed. If
you are seeking materia~l
suitable for shirt waist
don't ovetlook our Prin
cess Duck, Toile Dui Nord
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or for a house dress or
wrapper we will suggest
India Twills, which be
longs to that family of
material. Big lot of stripe,
small, medium and large
plaid Nain Sook, former
prices 12 1-2, 15 and 20
cents, our prices now 8,
10 and 12 1-2 cents. Full
line .Mull and Cambric
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trimming wash materials.
*We are offering the best
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collars, ties to match each
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in this town, you will be
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will notice in this writing
that few prices are quoted.
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I have just returned from the com
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and in fact everything -in the Dry
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Mrs. Loyns has replenished her
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
, COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Thomas Wilson, Plaintiff,
Henry L. Benbow, Defendant.
JUDCMENT OF FORECLOSURE MO SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
judgment order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas in the above stated ease,
bearing date the 3d day of March,
1894, I will sell at public auctionto the
highest bidder, for cash, at Clarendon -
courthouse, at Manning, in said coun
ty, within the legal hour3 for judicial
sales, oh the first Monday!in April,
A. D. 1894, the following described
I. All that tract of land or planta
tion situated in the said County of
Clarendon, containing twelve hun
dred acros, more or less, and bounded
as follows:. North by lands of the'es-'
tate of James H. Tindal, lands of es
tate of S. C. Brunson, lands of C. B.
Cobia, and lands of estate of H. P.
Tindal; east by lands of estate of Jas.'
H. Tindal, and lands of Hulda Shep
ard, sometimes called John Shep
pard's lands; south by the tract of
land hereinafter described, numbered
"II," and lands of estate of William
Bryant, and on the west by lands of
estate of S. C. Brunson.
II. All that tract of land or planta
tion situated in the said - County of
Clarendon, containing six hundred
acres, more or less, and bounded as
follows: North by the said above de
scribed twelve hundred acre tract of
land, and land of Louis Benbow; east
by lands of estate of William Bryant,
and lands of B. R. Bryant, known as
lands of R. B. Harvin and occupied
by him, and lands of Sarah Anderson,
and on the west by lands of, or lands
claimed by, Ezra A. Tindal, andlands
of estate of Brunson.
Purchaser to pay for 1apers.
Sheriff Clarendon County.
March 7, 1894.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN,
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Samuel A. Rigby, Plaintiff,
James McCauley, Anna E. McCauley4
R. B. McCauley, 0. D. McCauley,
Mary E. Ridgill, and J. R. Ridgill,
JUDMENT FOR FORECLOSURE AD SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
judgment of -the Court of Coin
mon Pleas in the above stated case,
bearing date the 21st day of October,
A. D. 1893, and the furt er order of
the said court bearing date March 3d,
A. D. 1894, whici said judgment and
order are on file in the office of the
Clerk of said Court, I will sell at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder, for
cash, at Clarendon courthouse, at
Manning, in said county of Clarendon,
within the legal hours for judicial
sales, on the first Monday in April,
A. D. 1894, the following described
That parcel of land situated in said
County of Clarendon, containing
forty (40) acres, and bounded on the
north by a parcel of land recently
sold under the judgment first above
referred to and conveyed by me s
sheriff to Samuel A. Rigby; East by
the said parcel of land so conveyed to
e dsaidSaelT nA. Rigby and .by
ndsofJ. . indl;south, south
east and west by -lands of J. -
E. Tindal, and delineated on a
a plat dated Dec. 22d, 1893, made
by Junius E. Scott, D. S., and num
bered "1" onsaid plat,which'said plat
is annexed to the sher-iff's report of
sale made in the above entitled ac
tion in February A. D., 1894, and on
file in the office of said Clerk of said
,Notice is also given that any person
or persons to whom the said premises
may be struck off at such sale will be
required forthwith to comrply with -
the terms of sale.
=Purehaser toay for~es
Sheriff Clarendon County.
March 7, 1894.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLUNA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
Court of Common Pleas.
Thomas P. Broughton, Plaintiff,
W. C. Broughton, Defendant.
JUOCHENT OF FORECLOSURE AND'SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE- OF A
judgment order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas in the above stated ease,
bearing- date the 3d day of March,
1894,1I will sell at public auctien tothe
highest bidder,'for cash, at Clarendon
court house, in Manning, in said
county, within the legal hours for ju
dicial sales, on the first Monday in
April, A. D. 1894, the 1Collowing
described real estate:
1. That parcel of land situated in
said county containing two hundred
and seventy-two acres, bounded
north by lands of Patrick H. Brough
ton, east by P. H. Broughiton's land,
south by E. J. Broughton's land, and
west by Santee river.
2. That parcel of land situated in
said county containing eighteen and
sixth-tenths acres, and bounded north*
by lands P. H. Broughton, east by
lands of J. J. Broughton, and south ~
and west by E. J. Broughton's lands.
3. All that parcel of land situated in
said county containing sixty-two and
one-half acres, bounded north by
lands of J. J. Broughton, east by J.
J. Brougton's lands, south by lands
of J. J. Brougton and the Richard
Lawrence land, and on the west by
the Charleston road.
Purchaser to y t rs
Sheriff Clarendon County.
March 7, 1894.
MANIQ, S. C., Feb. 23, 1894.
. Under and by . virtue of an act of.
the General Assembly passed at the
session of 1893, whereby the county
commissioners are directed to fix a
license for hawkers and peddlers comn
ing into or doing business in this coun
ty, the county commissioners have
fixed the following amounts to be paid.
for a license for the year 1894, and all
persons interested are required to
to take notice:
Peddlers, hawkers, and vendors of
stoves, ranges, and lightning-rods
Peddlers and vendors of sewing ma
chines, clocks, pianos and organs
Bureaus, bed-steads, bed-springs,
and other furniture-$20.00.
Peddlers and hawkers of medicines,
trinkets, toys and other wares and
merchandise of like kind-$15.00.
Peddlers and hawkers of any and
all other kinds of wares and merchan
dis not herinbefore provided for an