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THE MANNING TIME
Wednesday, November 7, 1894.
Our Motto Is, When We Bu3
Anything Cheap We Se!i i
Cheap, and Give Our Custom
ers the Benefit of Our Bargains
1500 yds. dress and apron ginghamf
at 5c. and 61c. per yard.
500 yds. heavy canton flannel 7, 8J
and 10 cents per yard.
500 yards quilt calico, 5c. per yard
10 doz. gents' one-half hose, 5c. pr
5 doz. best and cheapest store pol
ish,-5c. per box.
5 doz. machine oil (large), 5c. bottle
10 doz. gents' white bordered hand
kerchiefs, 19x19 inches, 3c. each.
5 doz. splendid bleached towels
20x48 inches, 25 c. per pair.
In addition to the above close
prices we are offering our entire lin
of dry goods and notions, hats, caps
and shoes at prices that will surely
make you buy if will come to see us
and if you buy you are sure to sav
We have one of the bigest bargain
to offer you in jeans that has eve
been offered in this town. Call and
Don't forget that we are head
quarters for school books in thit
county, and will sell them to yot
cheaper than they have ever beer
sold in Clarendon county before.
Yours for a good bargain,
W. E. JNKi5.sos.
Your Name in Print.
--Mr. H. D. Clark, of Copes, is on a visil
to relatives in Manning.
-Solicitor Wilson has returned hom(
from Charleston, where he had been to con
salt the doctors of that city.
Clarendon gives Evans about 1.000 ma
jority, and about 900 majority for the con
stitutional convention. The Congressional
vote was M3cLauriu 1.354, Wilson 343, and
Dr. J. L. Easterling 5.
For chapped hands and lips try a 5c. bot
tle of Petreisine, at Brockinton's.
The expected Independent county ticke
did not make its appearence here. and no%
we believe that its failure to come out was
prevented by the Conservative element o
the Conservative faction.
For pure drugs, go to Loryea, the drug
Last Monday was salesday. Two track,
of land was sold by the sheriff and the otke3
by-the Master of Orangeburg county, be
sides some delinquent lands, and som'
live stock; the latter brought better pricel
than the land.
Mrs. Louis Loyns has just received i
beautiful line ot ladies felt and velvet hats
Only five white men in Clarendon vote
against McLaurin, and they voted for Dr
Easterling. There was a numbei
that did not vote in the Congressional box
No troublo occurred at any of the precinct
in this county yesterday.
Our Last Love is the finest 5e. cigar it
town. Loryea, the Druggist.
The Piedmont Publishing Company, o
Spartanburg, has our thanks for a fine pie
ture of Governor Tillman. This picture i
the best we hsve ever seen of him, and w<
shall show our appreciation of it by havinj
it placed in a handsome frame.
Pick leaf, the best sm->king tobacco or
the market, 10 c. a package at Brockinton's
Salem did nobly, and Dr. I. 3!. Wood:
.was one of the men that did full duty foi
the cause of Democracy yesterday. When
ever the Democratic party is endangered
there is no man in the county that will d<
more to dispell the threatening clouds that
Dr. Woods, which was clearly shown by
his good work at the polls yesterday
Hurrah! Doctor, let's shake.
The best Sc. cigars in town at Brockin
ton's drug store.
A notary public at the New Zion bos
yesterday was converted into a regula
nickle slot machine. -negro would drol:
a r ickle in hia hand, and down on a shee1
of paper would go the negro's name, anc
how to be voted. This man, white men of
Salem, took down those names at a nickle
apiece so as to assist in tearing up the eleo
tion should Pope make a contest in the
An accident occurred in the household
of Mr. P. B. Thames last Friday evening
which came near being fatal. His littli
three-yearod daughter, Helen, was play
ing at the s'.place trying to put some firn
into her tey at.ve, and by some means hei
dress caught on fire and the child was
burned severely. Had it not been for the
remarkable presence of mind on the pari
of the mother, the result would have heer
fatal. Mrs. Thames, on seeing her child
on fire, grabbed the little thing and threw
her on a rug and rolled her up in it, thus
smothering the flames. Drs. Geiger an(
Brown were immediately sent for and the
wounds dressed. This is another warning
to parents to not leave their children in
room by themselves where there is a fire.
In this case Mrs. Thames had just left the
room to step into the kitchen, and befort
she could get back the 'unfortunate accident
We have seen a piece of handiwork froD
Miss Annie Loryeia, which is to be sent as i
contribution to the Charleston Pythiar
Fair, and we doubt exceedingly if thern
will be anything there that will excell it foi
beauty and usefulness. TIae article is
calendar made to symbolize Pythianism
It is a Knights' shield and upon it i
the open bible with a sword hold
ing down its open pages. Upoz
the shield are the three colors
with ithe !etters F. C. B., and running
through it are colored ribbons with the
months and days. The work was most ar
tistically painted by hand, and Miss Lor
yea not only exhibited rare ingenuity ii
mang the calendar, but from her knowl
edge of the colors and paraphernalia of
Knight and his castle hall, it might be sus
pected that her brother, who is a Knight
has been talking in his sleep. Neverthe
less, it matters not how Miss Loryea found
out what is used in a lodge room, we know
that the Charleston brethren will appreciao
her beautiful contribution.
When you want soaps, brushes, combs
sponges, or any other toilet article call a
Brockinton's and get the best for the lowes
Yesterday morning promptly at sever
o'cloek the managers opened the polls, ani
for the first two hours the voting was quit<
brisk. About nine o'clock an incident no
down on the bills occurred. Mr. J. F
Jenkins, the telegraph operator of thi
place, took his station at one of the en
trances to the Congressional box, armed
with a chair, board, and paper. lHe re
mained there some little time and ther
left in the direction of the Benbow hotel
Later he returned and took his place at the
foot of the court house steps. At firsti
was not understood what he was driving at
and a number of voters gathered about hin
to ascertain the meaning of this unusua
proceeding. It was finally learned that ha
was there to take down the names of sue]
voters as polled their ballots against the
constitutional convention and for Samps
Pope. There being no objection to this
he was not interfered with, and not hin
dered in the least. Just how this watche
will be able to send in a correct report wi
do not see, because the voting had beer
going on for two hours before he showe<
up, and when he went away from the Con
gressional entrance considerable time hai
elapsed before he returned to get at hi
The following pupils merited the medal
for the week ending Nov. 2nd.
Higher, Marvin Stran'ge; intermediate
Katie Plowden; primary, Geo. WV. William
and Hermoen Huggins.
Lucille Alsbrook made the highest aver
age in the music class.
The conduct medal was voted to Geo. W~
U,,ni vacancies occur no other pupil
can be admitted into the Academy as th
enrollment is complete.
Mrs. M. 0. Burgess is closing her Mill
inery business, and will sell her entire
stock, consisting of hats, ribbons, velvets,
silks, flowers, feathers etc., at one-half
value. Some new goods ordered this fall,
will go with the rest. Call early and get
bargains. She will continue to make and
trim hats to order, and will remoddel and
trim old bats, at lowest cash prices until
the 1st of January. Bring your old hats
and have them worked over. They will
look as good as new and cost a mere trifle.
MRS. M. 0. BURGESS.
For Sale-Two Bargains.
A RErsxCE, eight rooms and bath room
and large pantry, servants' house, etc.
Built for convenience. Only one square
from court house. Easy terms.
A Do.xEY, small size, gentle and loves
children; new cart and harness-just the
thing for children. Apply to
S. A. NEITLES,
Manning, 6. C.
A very choice assortment of perfumery,
just received, at Brockinton's.
Now is the time to plant onion sets to
get an early crop. We have just received a
supply Landreth's onion sets. R. B. Lor
yea, the Druggist.
For spectacles and eye-glasses of any
kind call at Brockinton's and get the best
at the lowest cash prices possible.
When you want a good smoke go to
Brockinton's and get a 10c. package of
Pick Leaf smoking tobacco.
The Highest cash price given for cotton
seed. W. M. Brockinton.
Thomas & Bradham is offering for sale,
the best wagon and the best buggy you ever
saw for the price. Call and see them.
The Garciosa is the best 5c. smoke to be
had in the market, at Brockinton's.
Window glass, all sizes, at Loryea's.
Remember, I am headquarters for John
son's Chill and Fever Tonic, sold under a
positive guarantee. W. M. Brockinton.
Go to Mrs. Loyn's for stylish walking
and sailor hats also a handsome line cf
Misses hats, feathers, tips and other milli
nery which she will sell at prices to defy
.Just received, ready mixed wagon paints,
six colors. Economical, durable, and hand
some in appearance. Save money by using
these paints on wagons, plows, carts, &c. R.
B. Loryea, the Druggist.
A fresh supply of drugs and medicines
on hand this week at Brockinton's.
Pierced by a Swordfish.
Cheesebro had ha-pooned a big
swordfish, and after waiting the usual
length of time got into a small boat
to bring the apparently exhausted
fish to the vessel. As soon as Cheese
bro approached him and commenced
hauling in the line the fish awoke
from his torpor and started in to bat
tle for his life. He began operations
by diving, so as to spear Cheesebro's
boat on coming to the surface. Miss
ing his aim, the fish dived again for
for a second attack.
It was now too late for Cheesebro
to retreat, and defenseless in the
frail cedar yawl, he awaited the on
slaught. When the fish shot out
of the water once more, he drove his
sword completely through the boat
from side to side. The sword entered
the boat about three feet from the
bow on the port side and came out
through the thin plank on the star
board side. Cheesebro had retreated
to the stern of the boat in time to'
avoid the violence of the fierce fish
and thus escape injury.
His plight was seen from the
schooner, and the vessel headed for
the scene of the conflict. By con
stant bailing, Cheesebro kept histfrail
and disabled craft afloat until succor
arrived. A blow on the head finally
killed the fish and Cheesebro's peril
as a swordfisherman was over for
this time. The fish weighed 338
BUCKLEN'S ARMICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
R. B. Loryea.
THE DISCOVERY SAVED HIS LIFE.
IMr. G. Caillouette, Druggist, Beaversville,
Ill., says: "To Dr. King's New Discovery
I owe my life. Was taken with La Grippe
and tried all the physicians for miles about,
but of no avail and was given up and told
I could not live. Having Dr. King's New
Discovery in my store I sent for a bottle
and began its use and from the first dose
began to get better, and after using three
bottles was up and about again. It is
worth its weight in gold. We won't keep
store or house without it." Get a frec trial
at R. B. Loryea's drug store.
CURE FOR HEADACHE.
As a remedy for all forms of headache
Electric Bitters has proved to be the very
best. It effects a permanent cure and the
most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield
to its influence. We urge all who are af
flicted to procure a bottle, and give this
remedy a fair trial. In eases of habitual
constipation Electric Bitters cures by giving
the needed tone to the bowels, and few
cases long resist the use of this medicine.
Try it once. Large bottles only 50 cents at
R.B. Loryea's drug store.
A venomous Tongue.
There was a certain Oxford don
who had a reputation for avenomous
tongue. He appeared in comnmon
ro1! one day with his hand bound
"What has happened to I. ?" asked
one of his colleagues.
"He has been trying to hold his
tongue," was the ready response of a
The elder brother of Richelieu, the
cardinal, was a singular man. He
cmntted suicide because of a re
buke from his parents. The sister of
R icheieu was insane. Richelieu him
self had attaeks of insanity. He
would figure himself as a horse, but
afterward would have no recollection
of it-New York Times.
Must Be Good.
Customer-Is this good soap?
Dealer-Well, mum, the man who
writes poetry about that soap gets
$10,000 a year.
Cutomer-My sakes! G3imme a
Idozen bars.-New York Weekly.
$100 REWARD. $100.
IThe readers of this paper will be pleased
-to learn that there is at least one dreaded
Idisease that science has been able to cure
in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, requires a
sconstitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys
3ten, thereby destroying the foundation of
the disease. and giving the patient strength
-by building up the constitution and assist
ing nature in doing its work. The propri
etors have soi much faith in its curative
powers, that they offer one hundred dollars
sfor any case that it fails to cure. Send for
ist of testimonials. Address,
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
A Traveling Case.
It was once remarked by a judge
of one of the courts of New York
city that he had "held chambers in a
cab." Judge Drummond of the
United States circuit court was start
ing from Milwaukee to go to Chi
cago when counsel desired to bring
on a motion for a receiver in a rail
road case. Accordingly the judge
opened a special term in a parlor car
and heard arguments while en route.
But a still more remarkable hear
ing once took place in Sierra county,
Cal., when Judge Searls of the dis
trict court was on his way from Ne
vada to Plumas county.
At Downieville two lawyers had
agreed to argue a motion when the
judge arrived, but as time was press
ing and both counsel were also go
ing to Plumas it was decided to ride
along on muleback and hear argu
ment on the way.
Up the mule trail from Downieville
to Monte Cristo, down to Oak ranch
and so on to Eureka the argument
went on. At Eureka the case was ex
amined and summed up, and in due
time a decision was reached.
The loser consoled himself by say
ing that he had at least ascended the
mountain without being conscious of
When the judge suggested that the
mule might have felt as usual, the
counsel naively replied:
"Sir, I am inclined to think from J
the result that he, too, was absorbed 1
in helping to make up the opinion." I
-Youth's Companion. t
Peculiarities of the Siamese. c
The wealthy Siamese, including j
the king, practically turn night into d
day. All important pohtical meet
ings are held in the night, and 4
o'clock in the morning is the hour at I
which Bangkok fashionables retire c
until 4 o'clock the succeeding after- 1
noon. There is a semi-European the- t
ater in Bangkok, which was erected :
by one of the present king's prede- j
cessors, and there are plenty of out- b
door theatrical performances by na- 1
tives, the Siamese being a pleasure b
loving people and fond of all sorts
The worst thing that can happen V
to a man in Siam is to get into debt, i
from which there is never any es- i
cape, owing to the exorbitant inter- C
est charged. Oneo in debt, there is no
appeal, the debtor being stripped of "
his clothes and compelled to work in i
fetters, generally for the rest of his
life: to pay the interest. Drunkards
are not permitted to give evidence in
the law courts of Siam.
The Buddhist priests, clad in yel
low robes, are to be seen everywhere
in Bangkok, and it is quite crmmon
for young men to enter the priest
hood, which affords them an easy
and luxurious existence, owing to
the liberality of the populace toward 1
any one sanctified to the service of
The Bolling Point
Why is it that in boilingin an open
vessel such liquids as cider, etc., wa
ter only escapes in steam, while the
strength remains, while in boiling it
in aretort, as in astill, the strength
passes away in the steam, and indis
tilling salt or impure water only the j
pure water 'passes off in the steam? I
This is because of a differ-ence in ~
the boiling points in the fluids, and
that under the increased pressure ofa
a retort the boiling point is higher r
than that of water in the open air at I
the ordinary pressure of the atnmos- ~
phere. If cider had a higher boiling ,
point than water when the water
boils at 100 degrees, it alone will pass 0
off, except of course it takes some r
little cider with it mecanically. On I
the contrary, if alcohol were presentC
before the boiling point of water
wero reached most of the spirits t
would have passed away. If the in- a
creased pressure of the retort al- 3
lows it on the boiling point of the I
fluids therein being reached, sup
pose the heat to be great enough, e
they will be changed to vapor and c
pass away, whatever they be.-Bal- i
Actors and Gas Burners.
"A pair of nippers and half adozen(
18 inch gas burner tips," was the or- 4
der given by a jaunty young woman
who visited an up town hardware
store the other day. "Thpt lady,"
said the proprietor after her depar- (
ture, "is an actress and is just going
on the road. All theatrical people
while traveling carry nippers and
tips with them. The managers of 1
hotels in small towns try to save gas
by putting bits of cotton in the bed
room burners, thus impeding the
flow. The minute an actor strikes a
light and detects this he pulls out his j
nippers and tips. Off comes the
'faked' burner and on goes one that ~
lets the full head of gas come through.
Before leaving he arranges things as a
he found them and goes merrily r
along to get the better of the next 1
economical landlord on his route."- t
New York Sun.
All wool Underwear.
When you go out in the sun, wear
all wool garments; if you go in the
rain, do likewise, and when you stay
in the house there is no need to change 1
the material. All wool clothing is
quite good enough for the sons and
daughters of men at at any time of
the day or year. It is coolin summer,
warm in winter, comfortable and)
adaptable for demiseason wear, and I
healthful, sanitary and generally
comforting at all times and for all
occasions. The fabric may be heavy
or light, thick or thin, according to
fancy, but let it be wool first, last
and all of the time.
This advice, given by an experi
enced physician, agrees perfectly
with the observations of many per
sons who have in their own cases
tried the effect of wearing garments
of all sorts of materials. Many of :
them have found silk too cold, linen
too absorbent and cotton too close
woven to be agreeable to a sensitive
surface. It seems to be an accepted
fact that cotton is the least desirable
of all materials and wool the very
best. But it must be fine wool and
free from admixture of vegetable
fiber. Silk is the best material to
mix with wool if mixtures are re
quired, but the consensus of the med
ical profession is directly in favor of
wooL-New York Ledger.
An Odd Tombstone.
Perhaps one of the very oldest
monuments is the tablet at Farring
don church, Berks, in memory of a
soldier who had his left leg taken off
"by the above ball," an actua.l can
non ball being inserted at the top.
Antes and Qunrie
For Tired Mothers
"Ifeel very thnk
ful for what Hood's
Sarsapar!ila has done
for me. I have taken
three bottles and the
medicine has made a
great change. I was
All Run Down
R fr om trouble and
overwork, and had
other complaints com
mon to my sex at mY
, i age, 44 years. NoV
MX.G.W.Warnock since taking Hood's
garsaparilla I am much stronger and am gain
ing in flesh. I would advise all overworked,
dred, weak mothern to take Hood's SaM
parlla to build them up." M.G. W. WAD
SocK, Beverly, Nebraska. Remember,
Hood's Pills act easily, yetpromptly an
efficiently. on the liver and bowels.. 25P
'TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
In the Court of Common Pleas,
Williain Christmas, Plaintiff,
Anna Eliza Bradham, Defendant.
JUDCMENT OF FORECLOSURE AND SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
dgment order of the Court of Com
ion Pleas, in the above stated ae
ion, bearing date October 19th, A.
). 1894, I will sell at public auction,
o the highest bidder, at Clarendor
ourt house, at Manning, in said
ounty, within the legal hours foi
adicial sales, on Monday, the 3rd
ay of December, 1894, it being sales
.ay, the following described real es
"All that lot, piece, and parcel o
Lnd, situate, lying, and being in the
ounties of Clarendon and Sumter,
a the State of South Carolina, con
aining four hundred and twenty
ree and one-half acres, bounded
orth by lands of Theodore Pierson,
ohn Hoop, and Mrs. Cockrlll, east
y lands of E. G. DuBose, south by
Lnd known as James place, and west
y lands formerly owned by Brad
The above described real estate to
e sold upon the following terms to
rit: One-third cash, and the balance
a two annual installments; the cred
portion to be secured by the bond
f the purchaser and a mortgage 0:
he premises sold, the bond to bear
terest from the day of sale, and the
urchaser to have the option of pay
ag all cash if he so desires.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
D. J. BRADHAM,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Manning, S. C., November 5,1894.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
In the Court of Common Pleas,
'he New England Mortgage Security
usan E. Evans, Ben Evans, Eliza
beth Jane Evans, Joseph Hamptor
Evans, and John Peter Evans, De
JUDCMENT FOR FORECLOSURE AND SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
adgment order of the Court of Corn
ion Pleas, to me directed, in the
bove stated action, bearing date
~ctober 19th, A. D. 1894, I will sell at
ublic auction to the highest bidder,
t Clarendon court house, at Man
ing, in said county, within the legal
ours for judicial sales, on Monday,
le 3rd day of December, A. D. 1894,
ing salesday the following de
ribed real estate:
"One hrnudred and eighty-eight
88) acres, more or less, bounded
orth by lands of W. H. Evans, east
y lands of N. Evans, south by lands
f B. P. Evans, and west by lands of
'apt. Edgar N. Plowden."
The above described property will
e sold upon the following terms, to
t: One-half cash, balance in one
ear with interest from day of sale.
npaid purchase money .to be se
ured by bond of the purchaser and
ortgage of the premises sold, Pur
haser to have option of paying all
ash. Purchaser to pay sheriff for
eed. D. J. BRADHAMI,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Manning, S. C., Nov. 5, 1894.
ITATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CL.ARENDON,
IOURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The Bank of Manning, Plaintiff,
ima J. Mellette and John B. Mel
JUDMENT FOR FORECLOSURE AND SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
udgment order of the Court of Corn
non Pleas, in the above stated action
o me directed, bearing date Octobe:
9th, 1894, I will sell at public auc
ion, to the highest bidder for cash
,t Clarendon court house, at Man
ing, in said county, within the lega
ours for judicial sales, on Monday
he 3rd day of December, A. D.
894, being salesday, the following
escribed real estate:
"All that piece, parcel, or tract os
and, lying, being and situate ir
larendon county, and State afore
aid, containing two hundred an(
fty-five acres, more or less, anc
>ounded and butting as follows, t<
vit: North by lands of James MI
~aldell and sons, or formerly theil
ands; east by lands of Mrs. R. R. Din
le; south and south-east by lands nov
ir formerly of Griffin and Charle:
~ack, and west and south-west b:
ands of Samuel L. Rantin andEdwarc
ichbourg.' For further reference set
>at drawn by J. D. Rutledge, survey
>r, January 18th, 1887, seventy-fiv
.res having been cut off said traca
ince said plat was made."
Purchaser to pay for papers.
D. J. BRADHAM,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Manning, S. C., Nov. 5, 1894.
Notice to Creditors.
P ERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINS'
the e~tate of Ambrose Letmon. de
eased, will present them duly attested
nd those owing said estate will make pay
ent toMOSES DINGLE,
Davis P. 0., Oct. 20, 1894.
No Need of a Cotton Trust.
Money can be had on cotton, on reason
.ble terms from the undersigned who1
repared to make advances on cotton an<
nrnish storage for the same at reasonabli
'ates to any person desiring to hold cot
Write for terms to
G. WV. EGAN. Warebouseman,
Charleston, S. C.
You run no risk. Al11 druggists guairrnte~
rove's Tasteless Chill Tonic to do all the
hat the m.anufae.ure-rs claim for it.
Warranted no cure, no pay. There at
nany imitations, to get the genuine ask fC
srm. Sold by . G Dinkins & Co.
To Our Clarendon Friends:
We are now prepared to offer lower
what you want. Our stock is comliete.
A LA1"'Gi 11
AT LOW Fli
Great birgains in Guns, Pistols, ee.
and Shells (loaded and empty.)
Headquarters COOKINC AND 1E
NEW: YORK i
The Racket Store is the place to save
your money. Short Profits and Quick
Sales is our motto. If you want Bar
gains call and see us. Seeing is be
lieving. New Goods just received from
New York and more coming. We have
a handsome line of Millinery.
hri rattoin H&- aie ON oe f Blaty
We have the saine shapes and colors
in Untrimmed Hats, with necessary
Trimmings. Ostrich Tips plain and bri
spangled, Birds, Feathers, Quills, Duck- I
les, Velvet, Satin, and Ribbons. for
If you wish pu
Lace, Hamburg, Thread,
Needles, Pins, Hair-Pins,
Soap, Perfumes, Pa- 8
Tablets, Pencils, Pens, Ink,
and many other Notions, this is the
place to get them for the least money.
We aso have white and colored
MEN AND BOYS' HATS
You will find us in our New Quarters
next door to M. Levi's. We shall be
pleased to show you our goods. Give at
a call. ba:
R. B. LORYEA, Li
Successor toJlG, Dinkins & Co.,
DRUCCIST AN PHARMACIST.fo
Pare-r~~t.ugs and Medicines,
- Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
S- Fancy and Toilet Goods,
Tooth Brushes and Combs,
Paints,, Oils, Glass and Putty.
Fine Cigars and Tobacco..
Fine Confectionery, Teas, I
Spectacles and Eye Glasses, m
And the thousand other articles
usually kept in
A First-Cass Aug Store,
We mnake a specialty ofcontpound- wi
ing physicians' prescriptionis. rig
R. B. LORY EA,us
Sign of Golden Mortar,
Manning, S. C. ?
OFFICE COUN~TY COMMIssIoNERS,
Manning, S. C., Oct. 10~, 1894. in
The county commissioners for Clar- firi
endon county will hold their annual Ij
meeting on the 8th day of November, an
1894. All persons holding demands
of. any nature whatsoever againstgi
Clarendon county who have not pre
sented the same heretofore at a spec
ial meeting, will present the same to
the clerk of this board on or before
the 1st day of November, 1S94, duly -
probated that they may be examined
and passed upon by the board at N
said annual meeting. Please observe
this order and comply with its terms.
WV. C. DAVIS, T~
Clerk of Board. I
Notice to Creditors. ne
LL PERSONS HAVING CL.\IMS of
Lagainst the estate of Mrs. Dorothea A. e
Richardson,, deceased, will present themi
-duly attested, and those owing said estate
will make payment to
Aurss-rs F. RscaAnnsos,
Jum~s B. RIenannsos0,.
Pinewood, S. C., October 1G, 1894.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINAie
COUNTY OF CLARENOON,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. Su~
T. J. Coffey and W. C. Coffey, co
partners in trade under the firm
style of T. J. Coffee & Bro., ' Plain- Si*
Henry J. Holladay, Defendant.
JUDGMENT FOR FORECLOSURE AND SALE.
-UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF' A
judgment order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, to me directed, in the
above stated action, bearing date
October 17th, A. D. 1894, I will sell at
public auction to the highest bidder,
-for cash; at Clarendon courthious e,at
Manning, in said county, within the
legal hours for judicial sales, on Mon
-day, the 3rd day of December, A. D.
s1894, being salesday, the following de
Iscribed real estate:
All that tract or parcel of land ly
ing. being, and situate in the county
of Clarendon, State aforesaid, con- .
taning twenty-nine (29) acres, bound
ino and butting as follows, to wit: .
Onthe north by lands of M. Levi,
on the east by lands of Clarendonn
county-known as "P'r Farm," on i
ejthe south by lands of J. D. Holladay, p
an nte west by lands of J- P. c
Holladay and M. Levi.
Purchaser t yfor papers
Sherif Clarendon County.
prices tlan ever. Cau or write for
We have added to our
Ucaiquarters for Powder, Shot,
, elting, &c.
TINU STOVES, Warranted.
ropose to be
ehind in the
Efaving erecte:1 a commodious
ek store one door from the Bank
m in better condition than ever
serving my friends and the entire
Ny stock of
IOES, HATS, DRY GOODS,
las been well selected and bought
close prices. I am offering special
W PRICE CLOTHING
Men, Boys, and Children.
Jy object is to make
m right up to the front in assort
nt, styles, and prices. My stock of
more complete thani heretofore,
ile in Damesiis, -Jcans, &c., I am
ht up) to the front. I carry as
.ial a full stock oif
avy and Fancy Grocer
es, Hardware, Farming
fact everything to be found in a
it-class General Merchandise Stock.
olicit a share of your patronage
1I will make it to your interest to
Te it me a call.
B. A. JOHNSON.
tice to Public School
OU ARE HEREBY REQUESTED TO
-open the free schools in your respect
school districts on the first Monday in
eiber, which will be the 5th inst.,
t. The chairmen of the various boards
Lrastees will please call their boards to
her at once and arrange for the school
rk for the coming session.
L. L. WELLS,
School Commissioner, Clarendon Co.
Notice to Creditors.
LL PERSONS IIAYING CLAIMS
Lagailst the estate of Rev. B. C. Lamp
',deceased will piresent them duly attested,
I those owing sail estate will make pay
nttMRS. MINNIE R. LAMPLEY,
ierton, S. C., Oct. 30th 1894
RICE, RICE, RI'E. *We solicit con
nments of Rough Rice in any quantity.
Iconsignments milled and shipped or
a promptly. Rates moderate.
WYEST POINT MILL CO.,
Charleston, S. C.
. L. DouCLAS
$3 SHEa a
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