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Quite a fad among our town audes y
rearing a button on the lappel of thei
oats with the words, "Girl Wanted," on it
)ne young lady on seeing one of thest
reatures remarked, "that thing needs i
nama worse than he does a girl."
When you want a good smoke go tx
3rockiuton's and get a 10c. package o:
?ick Leaf smoking tobacco.
It would not surprise us if every Con
7essman that had Republican oppositior
n this State is unseated. The Republicans
ave captured both Houses, e.ad if thcy
ollow the tactics of previous Republican
longresses. all the Democratic Congress.
aen will sit on rickety chairs.
For spectacles and eye-glasses of any
ind call at Brockinton's and get the best
it the lowest cash prices possible.
Rev. Sam Jones will lecture in Sumter in
he new opera house on the evening of th<
1st. His subject will be, "Get There and
Itay There." Reserved seats will be sold
Dr 75 cents, and the general admission
rill be .50 cents. The. proceeds will be
iven to the Sumter city mission, and the
ailroads running into Samter have agreed
o give reduced rates.
If a three dollar poll tax will give on
ildren free schools that will run nine
aonths in the year, every man that feels
ny interest in the future of this conntry
rill gladly pay it. The poll tax should be
>ut on every able-bodied citizen regardless
if his age. There are thousands of men
xempt from paying poll tax that are more
ble to pay than many who are liable and
re forced to pay. The Legislature should
ok after the free schools the very first
One of the State constables' in Greenville
ast week had just finished searching with.
ut sirecess an establishment and was
bout to leave when he turned to a water
ancet to wash his hands and to his sur
>rise whiskey instead of water flowed from
he faucet. The search was renewed, and
t was found that the liquar was concealed
n the top of the house and was connected
with a pipe to the room below. A consid
rable quantity of whiskey was captured.
When you want soaps, brushes, combs,
ponges, or any other toilet article call at
3rockinton's and get the best for the lowest
About this time last year several thousand
ollars left Manning to help fill up the cof
ers of the cotton brokers on Wall street,
>ut this year not one cent has gone in that
lirection. and we do not believe that Wall
treet will ever again handle any of ou
danningites' money. There is more mon
y and less anxiety in planting the "Banch
am" potato than there ever will be in try.
ng to make a nickle dabbling in those na+
y cotton futures. We despise the pesky
The Garciosa is the best Sc. smoke to be
iad in the market, at Brockinton's.
A prominent member of the Presbyterian
:hurch residing in this county was a dele
ate to the recent Presbytery, and when he
rove in town to take the train he put his
eam up at the stable opposite the dispen.
ary. Several gentlemen were in the sta
>le at the time, and it was but a short while
efore he would have to take the train. The
:hurchman did not want to be seen going
ver to the dispensary, so he took one of
he stablemen aside telling him that hi
ranted to look at some Buckeye mowers.
['he stableman rubbed his hands togetber
i anticipation of a handsome profit,
alked down to the back of the stable with
he man on his way to Presbytery, and
rhen he asked "How many mowers do yov
rant?" we can imagine his surprise when
ke was told, "I want a quart of single star
d I will be much obliged if you will send
i boy across the way for me and don't lei
hem men in front know anything about it,
,eause if that fellow Jack Ragin gets on to
t I will never hear the end of it." A boy was
ent across to the dispensary, and the man
i his way to Presbytery got his quart of
ingle star and was happy.
Cotton Growers' Convention.
Mr. John T. Roddey desires all personi
ir delegations that may be interested in the
ormation of a cotton company, along the
eneral lines indicatedl in his correspon
lenceand with the ends in view thereir
xpressed, to meet him in convention at
ttlanta. Ga., on November 21st. A full at
endance is urged. A large correspondence,
ledging support. has been received, and
he promise of an enthusiastic meeting ii
xcellent. The exigencies-of the present
itation demand prompt action. Al
iuthern newspapers will please copy.
Prsons or delegates who expect to bi
resent at the convention will please corn
nunicate with Mr. Roddey, at 80 Broad,
ray, New York City.
The second annual session of the Re
'ormed Methodist Union Church. of the
smter division, will convene at Sampit
eorgetown county, December 13th. This
lenomination was organized in 1884, anc
ip to 189'2 it numbered in its ministeria
ank, 100. At the session which was helt
it Panola, S. C., it was deemed necessary
o divide into two conferences, viz: the
umter division and Charleston division
L'he Rt. Rev. Win. E. Johnstone, D. D., oi
sumter, is its president, and Rev. E. Rl
Middleton, of Charleston, is its genera)
ecretary. All delegates expecting to attenc
;he conference at Sampit wilt go via the
entral railroad from Sumter to Lanes.
When you want pure drugs, you go t<
Uoryea, the druggist; why not go to Loryer
rhen you want pure spices, teas, vinegar
ud flavoring extracts ?
A very choice assortment of perfumery
ust received, at Brockinton's.
Remember, I am h eadquarters for John
ion's Chill and Fever Tonic, sold under
ositive guarantee. W., M. Brockinton.
Jut received, ready mixed wagon paints
i colore. Economical, durable, and hand
one in appearance, Save money by using
hese paints on wagons, plows, carts, &c. R
. Loryea, the Druggist.
A fresh supply of drugs and medicine
n hand this week at Brockinton's.
For Sale-Two Bargains.
A RsE~cE, eight rooms and bath roon
d large pantry, servants' house, etc
3ilt for convenience. Only one squard
rom court house. Easy ternms.
A DoaxEY, small size, gentle and lovel
hildren; new cart and harness-just the
ing for children. Apply to
S. A. NE'ITLES,
Manning, S. C.
The following pupils merited the medall
or the week ending Nov. 9:
Higher, Marvin Strange; intermediate,
satie Plowden and Emory Strange; pri,
nary. Geo. WV. Williams and Julius Clark
Lou Bradham was voted the conduc
David Cole made the hightest average it
E. C. Azsnnoox.
)r County Dispenser, at Manning, S. C
imount of stock on hand -
Aug. 1st, 1894...........$ 924.04
imount of purchases during
l'otal amount of stock to ac
count for.............. 3,045.6
mount of sales at invoice
prices ................. 2,081.7
mount of stock on hand at
close of quarter......... 963.9
iross sales during qurter.... 2,590.2
Jst of goods at invoice prices
iross profits................ 208.5
xpenses deducted for quar
ter and three months
het profit for town and
THE MANNING TIIES.
Wednesday, November 14, 1894.
THE BARGAIN HOUSE
Of Clarendon-The Place to Buy
Cheap Dry Goods, Hats, Caps,
and Shoes of all Kinds.
We are offering worsteds, cash- f
meres, outings, calicos, and all kinds (
of domestic homespuns at the lowest r
possible prices. Call and look over
our line before buying.
Call and get a pair of misses', la
dies', or gents' shoes. They are the
Call and get a pair of the best la
dies' $1.25 shoe in the market.
Remember that we keep the best
and purest family groceries on hand
all the time.
Call and try our best cream cheese
and imported maccaroni.
Call and get a plug of our Cham
Pion 12 inch plug tobacco for 10 cents.
.he best ever offered for the money. <
Call and get a cake of Butter Milk E
toilet soap, the best on the market.
We keep on hand all the time a
fresh supply of clean-fanned corn r
Don't forget that we are headquar
ters for school books in Clarendon
county, and selliug them at publish
Yours for cash any time,
W. E. JERKINSON.
Your Name in l'rini
-R. 0. Purdy. Esq , of the Sumter Bar f
was in town yesterday.
-Barron Grier, Esq.. of the Kingstree
Bar was in town yesterdaxy.
-Mr. E. D. Hodge, of the Fork, has gone
to Florida on a visit to his brother.
-Mrs. C. F. Williams, of Sumter, is in
Manning visiting her mother, Mrs. M. 0.
-Miss Jenette Wells, daughter of School
Commissioner Wells, has been quite sick
in Columbia, but is now better.
The sales at the dispensary last Saturday
The total taxable property in Clarendon
county is S2,612,04(I.
Mr. E. B. Andrews is assisting Mr. Er
vin at the dispensary.
The county commissioners held their an
nual meeting last Thursday.
The election returns for this county were
carried to Columbia this morning.
Some of our merchants are piling up cot
ton in their store lots waiting for better
The South Carolina Methodist confer
enee meets in Laurens on the 28th of this
The county canvassing boards met yes- c
terday and canvassed the vote of last week's
The young folks are to have a big frolic
to-morrow night at Mrs. M. R. Shannon's,
All of the Manning schools are in a flour- t
ishing condition. The attendance is larger
The Atlantic Coast Line will sell reduced
rate tickets to the colored State fair which
begins on the 26th inst.
On account of the tightness of money1
matters very few of the people of this coun- 1
ty will attend the State fair.
When a farmer is in need of an emetic,
all that he has to do is to go to a cotton
buyer and inquire the price of cotton.
The Sumter Freeman is the only news
paper in the State published by white men
that rejoices in the defeat of David B. Hill.
There was no contests before the canvass
ing boards yesterday, although it was hint
ed a contest would be made in the interest
The two darkies that were put in jail
upon suspicion of being the murderers of
Treasurer Copes, of Orangeburg, have been
Under instructions from the Postmaster
General all fourth-class postmasters with a
money-order department were required to
give new bonds.
The Fork box is the only one in the
county that gave a majority against the
regular nominees and against the constitu
Dr. Baylis H. Earle, eldest son of Gen.
Joseph H. Earle, is now a surgeon on one
of the ocean steamships plying between
New York and Rotterdam.
The box at Pinewood and the one in the
Fork came in with small majorities against
the constitutional convention. The Fork
box also gave Pope a majority.
Wanted--Lady or gentleman canvasser
in each township. Will guarantee at least
$2.00 per day to faithful workers. Addresa
Jno. F. Simmons, Rowesville, S. C.
We have been exceedingly indulgent to
some of our subscribers, and now we ask
them to show their appreciation by coming
forward to make good their promises.
Neill's estimate of this year's cotton crop
is nearly eleven million bales. If this es
timate is correct we do not see any encour
agement for holding for better prices.
Mr. A. C. Davis has been quite sick for
the past week, and last Sunday night he
was very ill. He is now much better, and
it is hoped will be on his feet again soon.
Onion Sets at Loryea's.
Died. last Saturday, Mrs. Nancy Mims,
relict of the late J. N. 11ims, in the eighty
eight year of her age. The burial took place
Sunday at Bethlehem church, near Davis.
Thomas & Bradhami is offering for sale,
the best wagon and the best buggy you ever
saw for the price. Call and see them.
Married at the Packsville Baptist church
last Wednesday evening, by Rev. E. D.
Wells, Mr. Boyd Gregg. of Sumter. and
Miss Lee Reynolds, daughter of Dr. W. H.
The Highest cash price given for cotton
seed. W. M. Brockinton.
The citizens of the city of Aiken had a
big jollification and ratification meeting
last Friday night in honor of their distin
guished townsman, Governor-elect John
The best 5c. cigars in town at Brockin
ton's drug store.
Notwithstanding the falling oft' in the
price of cotton seed, many of our farmers
still continue to sell their seed, and next
spring these same farmers will go in debt
For pure, fresh candies, go to Loryea, the
Married in Sumter last Thursday even
ing, at the residence of the bride's parents,
by Rev. Dr. Edmunds, Mr. Joseph B.
Mayes and Miss Leila Pierson, daughter of
Mayor B. G. Pierson.
Pick leaf, the best smaking tobacco on
the market, 10 c. a package at' Brockinton's.
Cards are out announcing the marriage
of Mr. John J. Fowler, of Wilming ton, and
Miss Lula Heiser, of Sumter. The cere
mony is to take placie this evening at the
residence of the bride's motber.
It is a pleasure to dye when you use Dia
mond Dyes. We have a full supply, all
colors. R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Tbe people of this county should hold
meetings in every school district and pe
tition our newly elected representatives to
introduce some measure in the Legislature
that will give us a better system of free
For chapped hands and lips try a Sc. bot
tle of Petreisinle, at Brockinton's.4
Died last Friday night, Frankie Turner,
aged thirteen years. The funeral took
place last Sunday at St. Paul church.
'he de.ceased was taken sick on Tuesday
with the same malady that carried his
ather off the week before.
Manning 'ollegiate Institute. *
The following cificers of the Eu
phermian Society were installed Fri
Murrett Mouzon, president.
Hugh Plowdn, 1st vice-president. v
Joseph Rhame. 2d vice-president.
Miss Blanche Wells, secretary.
Miss Jar.ie Ingram, treasurer. :
Miss Julia Mood, censor.
The following questions was de
Resolved that Oliver Cromwell was
noble in character. The affirmative
was represented by Messrs E. C.
Dickson and Edward Thames. Neg
ative by Oddie Stukes, Jake Wein
berg, his associate, being absent from q
school. The question was well dis
The following names were left out
last week in making up the honor 3
Miss Hattie Harvin, 95.5.
Jake Weinberg, 94.
Lucius Harvin, 90.1.
$100 REWARD, $100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased S
to learn that there is at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure
in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure i- the only positive cure
known t>the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is-taken internally, acting directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys
tem, thereby destroying the foundation of
the disease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and assist
ing nature in doing its wo: k. The propri
etors have so much faith in its curative .
powers, that they offer one hundred dollars a
for any case that it fails to cure. Send for M
list of testiuoninls. Address, ti
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. .
p&Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Pure Devilltry. jt
For cold-blooded devilitry we have di
rarely seen anything that can be
compared with the columns of The
State newspaper, under the pretense la
that it was afraid fraud would be e(
be practiced in the election, it has j1
resorted to every conceivable species t
of low abuse of the Democratic nom- t,
inees, and Democratic officers. It
denounces our registration and elec
tion laws as a disgrace to the State. b
It goes futher, and sinks deeper in la
falsehood and calumny, then the b:
vilest hater of the South that ever w
slandered us through the Northern
press or on the floors of Congress in bi
the Sixties and Seventies. If as the w
editor of that paper says our election ir
and registration laws are a disgrace it
to the State, the responsibility for
that disgrace rests up on him and his
crowd, for these laws were devised ir
and used by them for a good many p
years with manifesti satisfaction-in
deed, thev seemed to plume them
selves upon the advices they had in
vented. The eight box law was the
product of Gen. McCrady, of Char
leston, if we mistake not, and it was _
eagerly adopted by the old regime.
It was all right then because it served
their purpose. The assertion of the
State newspaper that it proposes in
future to stand for pure elections is
the very quintessence of humor. It
is positively and absolutely funny.
Whenever the State starts out hon
estly on such a crusade, the devil will
have left off his avocation of liar. and
become a messenger of truth.-Re
BUCKLEN's ARMICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, nlcers, 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 ji
refun ded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by rr
R. B. Loryea. a
A HOUSEHOLD TREASURE. a
D. W. Fuller, o3f Canajoharie, N. Y., says a
that he always keeps Dr. King's New Dis- h
covery in the house and his family has al- t)
ways found the very best results follow its b
use; that he would not be without it if pro- s<
curable. G.- A. Dykeman, druggist. Cats
kill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's Ne~w Dis- (
covery is undoubtedly the best cough rem- n
edy; that he has used it in his famnily forb
eight years, and it has never failed to dob
all that is claimed for it. Why not try a
remedy so' long tried and tested. TrialC
bottles fr. - at RL. B. Loryea's drug stor-e.
Regular size 50c. and $1 00. b
DID YOU EVER .
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for y our ic
troublos ? If not, get a bottle now and get |n
relief. This medicine has been found to c
be peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure |
of all female complaints, exerting a won-|d
derfal direct influence in giving strengthj
and tone to the organs. If you have loss of:
appetite, constipation, headache, fainting .
spells. or are nervous, sleepless, excitable,
melancholy, or troubled with dizzy spells, i
Electric Bitters is the medicine ycu need. C
Health and strength are guaranteed by its
use. Large bottles only fifty cents at R. B.
Loryea's drug store.
A'dvice to Girl.
Here is alist ofthgs raread
vised to cultivate:
An unaffected, low, distinct, silver E
The art of pleasing those around
you and seeming pleased with them
and all they may do for you.
The charm of malking little sacri- ji
fices quite naturally, as if of no ac- n
count to yourself.
The habit of making allowances
for the opinions, feelings or preju' a
dices of others. n
An erect carriage; a sound body. Ih
A good memory for faces and facts t'
connected with them, thus avoiding
giving offense through not recognire
ing or bowing to people or saying to is
them what had best be left unsaid. C
The art of listening without impa- s
tience to prosy talkers and smiling f
at the twice told tale or joke.--Buf-b
falo Evening News. C
A Policeman With Eyes. g
The other day a friend of mine o
was called up by apoliceman ringing I
his front doorbell at 2a. m. li
"Do you know where your nurse
is?" was his unexpected inquiry. '
"She is, I suppose, in the nursery." a
"No, she is not. She went to a s
dancing room in King street (close
by) at 12 o'clock and has not yet
"But that is impossible, because -
she has the baby in charge."
"She has taken your baby with
My friend was incredulous, but on e
going to the nursery found it empty al
Then he went to the dancing room a
and wasadimitted by adreadfullook
ing old hag, with his baby in her
arms. It had been given, it appeared, -
into this lady's charge while the
nurse was dancing.-Jamies Payn in
To Nip a FeT6a In the Bud. p
iIf you have the appearance of a
felon coming, put some hard wood t<
ashes in an old tin cup, pour over
them warm water, immerse the end,
Sof the sore finger in the ashes, set
-the dish on some live coals or on top
Ilof the stove, keeping the finger in, ::
long as you can, and soak it several
times aday. If taken in time, it gen
erally cures a felon. Lobelia tinc
ture sometimes prevents a felon from a
coming if the finger is wet with it' l(
'he fact that Hood's Sarsaparillahas enred
thousands of others is certainly sUfi
eient reason for belief that it will cur
you. It makes pure, rich, healthy
blood, tones and strengthens the
nerves, creates an appetite, and buildi
up the whole system. Remembe,
to sure to get Hood's ures
and only Hood's.
Hood's- PIs are purely vegetable, 1=4
ado, perfct inproportion and appeance.
TATE Of SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
In the Court of Common Pleas.
William Christmas, Plaintiff,
Anna Eliza Bradham, Defendant.
JUDOMENT OF FORECLOSURE AND SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
dgment order of the Court of Com
on Pleas, in the above stated ac
on, bearing date October 19th, A.
.1894, I will sell at public auction,
the highest bidder, at Clarendon
urt house, at Manning, in said
unty, within the legal hours foi
dicial sales, on Monday, the 3rd
Ly of December, 1894, it being sales
Ly, the following described real es
"All that lot, piece, and parcel of
nd, situate, lying, and being in the
unties of Clarendon and Sumter,
the State of South Carolina, con
.ining four hundred and twenty
ree and one-half acres, bounded
)rth by lands of Theodore Pierson,
)hn Hoop, and Mrs. Cockrlll, east
r lands of E. G. DuBose, south by
nd known as James place, and west
r lands formerly owned by Brad
The above described real estate to
sold upon the following terms to
it: One-third cash, and the balance
two annual installments; the cred
portion to be secured by the bond
the purchaser and a mortgage of
ie premises sold, the bond to beai
terest from the day of sale, and the
irchaser to have the option of pay
g 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 Securit3
asan E. Evans, Ben Evans, Eliza
beth Jane Evans, Joseph Hamnptor
Evans, and John Peter Evans, De
JUDGMENT FOR FORECLOSURE AND SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF 4
idgment order of the Court of Coin
.on Pleas, to me directed, in th<
:ove stated action, bearing- dati
tober 19th, A. D. 1894, I will sell a'
Lblic auction to the highest bidder
SClarendon court house, at Man
ng, in said county, within the lega
ours for judicial sales, on Monday
ie 3rd day of December, A. D. 1894
eing salesday the following' de
:ribed real estate:
"One hundred and eighty-eighi
88) acres, more or less, boundet
orth by lands of WV. H. Evans, eas'
y lands of N. Evans, south by land:
SB. P. Evans, and west by lands o
apt. Edgar N. Plowden."
The above described property wil
e sold upon the following terms, t<
it: One-half cash, balance in on<
ear with interest from day of sale
'npaid purchase money to be' se
ared by bond of the purchaser an<
ortgage of the premises sold, Pur
laser to have option of paying al
.sh. Purchaser to pay sheriff fo
eed. D. J. BRADHAM,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Manning, S. C., Nov. 5, 1894.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF CLARENOON,
OURT OF COMMON PLEAS
The Bank of Manning, Plaintiff,
mma J. Mellette and John B. Mel
JUOCEENT FOR FORECLOSURE AND SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF 2
idgment order of the Court of Comn
Lo Pleas, in the above stated action
>me directed, bearing date Octobe:
ith, 1894, I will sell at public auc
on, to the highest bidder for cash
tClarendon court house, at Man
ing, in said county, within the lega
ours for judicial sales, on Monday
ie 3rd day of December, A. D.
194, being'salesday, the followini
escribed real estate:
"All that piece, parcel, or tract o
Ld, lying, being and situate ii
larendon county, and State afore
id, containing two hundred an<
fty-five acres, more or less, an<
ounded and butting as follows, t<
it: North by lands of James M
aldwell and sons, or formerly thei:
Lnds; east by lands of Mrs. H. R. Din
e; south and south-east by lands nov
r formerly of Griffin and Charle;
ack, and west and south-west b:
Lds of Samuel L. Rantin andEdwar<
.ihbourg. For further reference se<
lat drawn by J. D. Rutledge, survey
r, January 18th, 1887, seventy-fiy
eres having been cut off said trac
nee said plat was made."
Purchaser to pay for papers.
D. J. BRAD HAM,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Manning, S. C., Nov. 5, 1894.
Notice to Creditors.
)ERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINS
-the estate of Ambrose Lemon, de
ased, will present them duly attested
id those owing said estate will make pay
ent to MOSES DINGLE,
Davis P. 0., Oct. 20. 1894.
No Need of a Cotton Trust.
Money can be had on cotton, on reason
ye terms from the undersigned whoi
repared to make advances on cotton ani
rcish storage for the same at reasonabi
tes to an; person desiring to hol col
Write for terms to
G. WV. EGAN, Warehousemian,
Charleston, S. C.
Yon run no risk. Alt druggists guarrnte
rove's Tasteless Chill Tonic to do all th.
3at the manufacturers claim for it.
Warranted no cure, no pay. There ar
any imitations, to get the gnuine ask fc
To Our Clarendon Friends:
We are now prepared to offer lower
what you want. Our stock is complete.
A LARGF I
AT LOW FI
Great bargains in Guns, Pistol., ete
and Shells (loaded and empty.)
Headquarters COOK INC AND H
NEW: YORK I
The Rrcket Store is the place to save
your mor.ey. Short Profits and Qnick
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.
hr FaliWrn ati ar MO61S of eatty.
We have the same shapes and co!ors
in Untrimmed Hats, wilh necessary
Trimmings. Ostrich Tips plain and b
spangled, Birds, Feathers, Quills, Buck- I
les, Velvet, Satin, and Ribbons.
If you wish
Lace, Hamburg, Thread,
Needles, Pins, Hair-Pins,
Soap, Perfumes, Pa
Tablets, Pencils, Pens, Ink,
and man-y other Notions, this is the
place to get them for the least money.
We also have white and colored
MEN AND B3OYS' HATS
You will find us in our New Quarters
next door to 31. Levi's. We shall be
pleased to show you our goods. Give a
a call. h
R. B. LORYEA,
Successor to] ..Dinkins & Co.,
DRUCCIST E PHARMACIST.
Pure Drugs and Medicines.
Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
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,r
And the thousand other articles
1sually kept ini
A irst-Clss Dcug Store.
We make a specialty of, compound
Iing physicians' prescriptions.
R. B. LORYEA,
Sign of Golden Mortar,
Manning, S. C. j
Notice to Creditors..
ALL PEISONS HAVING CT.AIMS
~against the estate of Mrs. Dorothea A.
Richardon,, deceased, will present them
duly attested, and those owing said estate
will make paymec~t to
AUGUsTt!s F. RICHaRDsoN, 1
JAMEs B. ErcHARDsoN,
Pinewood, S. C., October 10, :1894.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLARENIJON.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
T. J1. Coffey and W. C. Coffey, co- 2
partners in trade under the firm
style of T. J. Coffee & Bro., Plain
Henry J. Holladay, Defendant.
JUDGMENT FOR FORECLOSURE AND SALE. o
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A v
jugetorder of the Cou:rt of. Comn
monPlesto me directed, in the
above stated action, bearing (late
October 17th, A. D. 1894. I will sell at -
public auction to the highest bidder,
for cash, at Clarendon courthouse, at
Manning, in said county, within the
legal hours for judicial sales, on Mon- a
day, the 3rd day of December, A. D. l(
1894, being salesday, the following de- a
cribed real estate: n
All that tract or parcel of land ly
-ing, being, and situate in the county
of Clarendon, State aforesaid, con- 8
taing twenty-nine (29) acres, bound ..
ing and butting as follows, to wit:
n the north by lands ol M. Levi,
on the east by lands of Clarendon s
county known as "Poor Farm," on A
the south by lands of J. D. Holladay, s
and on the west by lands of J. P.
Holladay and M. Levi.
Purchaser to pyfor ple.AM
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Nico of Agieicau fc or H ai
IOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN
ithat Viola A. DesChamps, the
widow of Louis T. DesChamps, late
of this county, now deceased, has
-made and duly filed with me, in be
half of herself and children, a peti
tion, wherein she applies to have ap
praised and set aside to her
and her said children, a
homestead in the personal propgerty
of the estate of the saidl Louis T.
Deshams.JAMES E. DAVIS,
Ck Court Corn. Pleas and Gen. Ses.
Nov. 9th, 1894.
WXEDDING INVITATION~S AND
Vcards, and all kinds of fine, fancy;
eand commercial printing done promptly a:
rthe Manning Timaes job office. Lowest prices<
T & SN,
t, S. C.
prices than ever. Call or write for
We have added to our
G UR ES.
Siadquarters for Powder, Shot,
5, Belting, &c.
ITINC STOVES, Warranted.
2ropose to be
3ehind in the
s Making this
Having erected a commodious
ick store one door from the Bank
am in better condition than ever
r serving my friends and the entire
My stock of
HOES, HATS, DRY GOODS,
Has been well selected and bought
close prices. I am olfering special
dW PICE CLOTHING
>r Men, Boys, and Children.
My object is to make
am right up to the front in assort
lent, styles, and prices. My stock of
Smore compl.lete than heretofore,
hile in Domestics, Jeans, &c., I am
ight up to the front. I carry as
sual a full stock of
leavy and Fancy Grocer
ies, Hardware, Farming
fact everything to be found in a
rst-class General Merchandise Stock.
solicit a share of your patronage
nd will make it to your interest to
ie it me a call.
B. A. JOHNSON.
otice to Public School
ETU ARE HEREBY REQUESTED TO
L op en tbe free schools in your respect
e school dxst.-t.ts on the first Monday in
oveber, wich will be the 5ith inst.,
et. The chairmen of the various boards
trstees will please call their boards to
ether at once and arrange for the school
ork for the coming session.WL,
School Commissioner, Clarendon Co.
Notice to Creditors.
LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
iagainst the estate of Rev. B. C. Lamp
y, deceased wvill present them duly attested,
id those owing said estate will make pay
ettSIRS. MINNIE R. LAMPLEY,
ummerton, S. C., Oct. 30th 1894
ICE, RICE, IUE. We solicit con
gnments of Rough Rice in any quantity.
11 consignments milled and shipped or
ld promptly. Rates moderate
WEST POINT MILL CO.,
Charleston, S. C.
. L. DOUGLAs
$3 SOE IS UE BE
$ H5. Cole.OYAN,
- 4.' .RECAlf&KAN6AIEL
- $ 3.5.POUCE,3LE3.
SEND FOR CATvJ)GUE
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Because, we are the largest r -nufacturers of
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The Regulator of Dry Goods at leadiDg prices,
Sumter, S. C.
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