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THE MANNING TIE
Wednesday, November 21, 1894.
WE ARE ALWAYS HUNGRY
For Trade and Are Always Offer.
ing Big Inducements to Bring
Just received, a beautiful assort
ment of dress satines of the best
brands, warranted fast colors, 10c. yd.
Remember that we have now ir
stock a beautiful line of dress ging
hams, all fast colors, at only 6tc. per
yard, worth 8tc.
Remember that we keep a large as
sortment of gents' negligee overshirts
from 25c. vp.
When you want a pair of the best
and cheapest ladies', gents', or chil
dren's shoes, be sure to give us a call.
Just received, a large supply of la
dies', misses', and infants' hose. War
ranted fast black.
Remember that we keep the cele
brated Buttermilk Soap, something
highly perfumed, and very fine for
When you want a barrel of the best
flour you ever used for $3.50, give us
Our Champion plug tobacco is one
of the best bargains ever offered for
We keep a large supply of all kinds
of school books on hand all the time,
and are selling them cheaper than
was ever before known in Clarendon
county. Hungrv for trade,
W. E. JENKINSON.
Your Name in Print.
-Mr. A. C. Davis continues to be quite
-Dr. W. S. Pack and Capt. J. A. Mills.
of Greenville, are in Manning for a few
The Legislature meets next reek.
Dr. Pope is still harping on the election
Rev. S. A. Nettles is in Laurens attend
Treasurer Bowman says that the taxes
are coming in very slow.
The South Carolina Methodist Conference
opens to-day at - Laurens.
Governor Tillman has issued a proclama
tion making the 29th inst. Thanksgiving
Everybody should go to the concert on
the 30th inst. It will be an intellectual
The State fair last week was a financial
failure owing to the scarceness of money
That Winburn is a tip-top photographer
no one in this section doubts. The work
speaks for itself
Nobody should miss the grand concert
iill be given in the Institute hall, Fri
ning, 30th inst.
'W. J. Shelton, the hustling repre
ve of the Columbia Register, spent
night in Manning.
Mr. W. C. Chandler is having a neat cot
tage erected on the lot opposite the resi
dence of Capt. L L Bagnal.
Managers of the federal election that
have not yet received their pay can get it
by calling at the Times office any day.
Get ready to have your photograph taken.
Winburn, one of South Carolina's best
photographers, is coming to Manning for a
Mr. D.JR.Reaves gave us two stalks of
ribbon cane which are about ejght feet high.
and we challenge any of ofi farmers to
show finer cane.
Died last Monday morning at her hmoe
in the Fork, Mrs. Eliza M. Plowden, relict
of the late Gabriel Plowden, aged about
Jake Plowden was bound over yesterday,
and the hearing of Dan Washington was
held this morning, Commissioner Norris
reserving his decision.
The cold wave scheduled for Manning
last Sunday did not strike us until yester
day. There must have been a misconnee
tion somewhere on the route.
Miss Dora McnTa, of Cheraw, a student
at the Winthrop Training School, was run
over and killed by the electric street rail
way in Columbia last Saturday.
Onion Sets at Loryea's.
We understand that an effort will be
made to have Packsville incorporated by
the coming Legislature so that a dispensary
can be established at that place.
Mr. Winburn has in the town as fine dis
play of photographs as you would care to
look at. Just such work he proposes to do
in Manning during his stay here.
Very few of our citizens will attend the
gala festivities in Charleston this week on
account of the inclement weather, but
Manning will be well represented at the
The Garciosa is the best 5c. smoke to be
had in the market, at Brockinton's
We received from Mr. R. H. Davis yester
day a yellow yam potato which tipped the
scales at six pounds and ten ounces. Can
anybody in the county beat it? If so,
bring in your "taters."
The Highest cash price given for cotton
seed. W. M. Brockinton.
Some time ago the premises of M. C.
Galluchat, Esq., was entered and robbed
by a negro named Russell, and last Satur
day nigh the fell into the clutches or Mr.
C. L. Emanuel and was landed in jaiL.
The best 5c.cigars in town at Brockin
ton's drug store.
Moses Levi has made another big con
tract for the celebrated James Means' shoes.
When a man buys a pair of these shoes
he not only has comfort, but a shoe that
will give him his money's worth in good
When you want pure drugs, you go to
Loryea, the druggist; why not go to Loryea
when you want pure spices, teas, vinegar,
and fiavoring extracts ?
There will be a hot suppe.r and festival
at Pinewood to-morrow night, and another
at Packsville Friday night. Both enter
tainments are given for the benefit of the
Packsville military company to aid them in
For pure, fresh candies, go to Loryea, the
Died suddenly last Mony night. Frank
McCall, the eighteen-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. McCall. The deceased was
suddenly taken ill with a congestive chill
in the afternoon, and had another that
night, from which he died.
When you want a good smoke go to
Brockinton's and get a 10c. package of
Pick Leaf smoking tobacco.
A prominent clergyman of this county
had the experience of reading his own obit
uary, which was sent out by an enterpris
ing concern which gets up obituary album
cards. Of course tbe gentleman not being
dead was not ready to invest.
It is a pleasure to dye when you use Dia
mond Dyes. WVe have a full supply, all
colors. R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
The United States Court meets in Colum
bia next week, and Clarendon will have a
number of cases to be tried. Among the
number will be the case against the post
master at this place, charged with breaking
open a letter and abstracting therefrom a
$1.25 check and sending it back to the
man that issue~d it.
For chapped hands and lips try a 5c. bot-.
tie of Petreisine, at Brockinton's.
Mr. J. H. Winburn, Sum ter's local pho
tographer, will be in Manning for one
week commencing on or about the 26th of
this month. He is too well known in this
section to need any special adv ertising.
He has a lot of very fine photographs.
Samples of his work now in the town. ad
all are invited to examine the same.
Last Monday night a mule belonging to
Mr. J. S. Ridgeway, while in the fields,
got a large piece of wood run into him in
some mysterious way, and yesterday Mr.
Ridgeway managed to get it out. The
piece of wood is about eight inches in
length, and it entered the left loin and
protruded through to the back near the hip.
The mule is not dangerously hurt.
For spectacles and eye-glasses of any
kind call at Brockinton's and get the best
at the lowest cash prices possible.
From this year's experience our fa'rmers
will not have to be preached to to raise
less cotton and more meat, bread, and
syrup. Those that devoted their attention
to raising home supplies are not in dread
of the results of low cotton prices. Where
ever you fid a farmer that has made his
meat and bread, you will find that he has
no fear of his creditors pressing him for
Just received, ready mixed wagon paints,
six colorb. Economical, durable, and hand
some in appearance. Save money by using
these paints on wactons, plows, carts, &c. R.
B. Loryea, the Druggist.
Uncle Sam, through his very efficient
deputy marshal, Mr. C. L. Emanuel, cre
ated consternation among the colored pop
ulation last Monday by arresting Jake
Plowden, Dan Washington, and Jim With
erspoon charged with selling whiskey. Mr.
Emanuel also arrested Graut McCallum, at
Alcoln, for the same offense. Commission
er Norriba of Samter, is here, and gave Mc
Callum a preliminary hearing, which rt
suited in the case being sent up for trial.
When you want soaps, brushes, combs,
sponges, or any other toilet article call at
Brockinton's and get the best for the lowest
Last Monday the three-year-old daughter
of Mr. C. L. Emanuel came near being
burnt to death. The mother had only left
her a few minutes when the child came
screaming to her with her clothing in
ablaze. Fdrtunately, she had on a woolen
dress, and the fire did not barn as rapidly
as it would have done had the dress been
of cotton. The mother smothered the fire
out, and the only damage done was to the
child's hair, which was somewhat burned,
and a cotton apron that was almost entirely
burned off the child's body.
Remember, I am headquarters for John
son's Chill and Fever Tonic, sold under a
positive guarantee. W. M. Brockinton,
Considerable racket is kicked up by some
of the opposition on account of the vote on
the constitutional convention. At this poll
they claim that twice as many "No"
tickets were voted than the returns show.
Our friends may be sincere in believing
what they claim, but they seem to forget
that the mannagers are required by law to
throw out, and destroy all tickets voted in
the wrong boxes, and if more "No" tickets
were voted than the returns show, we have
no doubt but that those voting them, voted
in the wrong boxes. We do know that one
of our intelligent and prominent citizens
voted his registration ticket in the consti
tutional convention box.
Fresh garden seed this week at Brockin
Lost week rumor had it that Maj. P. G.
Benbow received information that he was
appointed postmaster for this place. The
rumor turned out to be a reality last Satur
day night when Maj. Benbow received of
ficial notice of his appointment and a blank
bond for him to have filled up. The
amount of bond to be given for this office is
four thousand dollars, and the parties sign
ing it are to swear that they are worth over
and above all liabilities the sum of eight
thousand dollars. The removal of the
present incumbent of the office was a sur
prise to him, as he is under charges to be
heard in the coming term of the United
States Court, and he had no idea that the
authorities would take action in the matter
before an opportunity to '.indicate himself
was given, and especially after a strong pe
tition had been sent asking the authorities
to retain him in the office.
An evening of rare pleasure is in
store for the people of this communi
ty on Friday, 30th inst. The N'sw
York Celebrities, a first-class concert
cmpany, will give an entertainment
in the Institute hall, and everybody
should go to hear them. This com
pany, as a rule, does not visit a town
of this size, but as they have no en
gaement for Friday evening, they
were induced to come to Manning.
All of the members of this company
are musical artists, and money spent
to hear them will not be thrown
away. The following notice from a
Pennsylvania newspaper will give
our readers an idea what they may
he Record. Wflkesbarre, Pa.. Friday, Oct 19, 1594.
MOST ARTISTIC CONCERT.
One of the musical treats of the
season, and one which will stand out
prominently for many seasons to
ome, was the concert in Y. M. 0.
Auditorium last evening by the~ New
York Celebrities. Every number
was rendered in most excellent style.
Miss Van Cortlandt is a soprano of
marvelous voice. Her tones are as
sweet as a bird's, and yet powerful
from the highest to the lowest note.
Mr. Towns' baritone was also a won
derful surprise to the audience, and
many who have heard the most noted
vocalists said they never heard his
equal. A most delightful number
was the duet by Miss Van Cortlandt
and Mr. Towns, with flute obligato
by Mr. Hentschel. It was one of the
sweetest numbers on the program.
Mr. Hentschel, the flute soloist,
played with rare skill, his execution
excelling anything' ever heard in
Wilkesbarre. Such? combination of
running notes seemed impossible for
the instrument. Miss Cady, the
pianiste, although very young, is a
raduate of the most noted institu
tions and showed her excelent train
ing. A return date would- probably
fill the Auditorium.
Wanted--Lady or gentleman canvasser
in each township. Will guarantee at least
$.0 per day to faithful workers. Address
Jno. F. Simmons, Rowesville, 8. C.
Will the Rev. J. 0. Gough, pastor
of the Manning Baptist Church, be
kind enough to inform the public
where the historical fact in relation
to Mr. John Wesley can be found
which he quoted in his sermon last
Sunday morning ? We must think
there is some mistake in relation to
the views attributed to Mr. Wesley.
f he had believed in exclusive im
mersion baptism, it seems to us that
e would have established his
hurches-the Wesleyan Methodist
hurch, of England, and the Method
ist Episcopal church, of America-on
Mr. Weslev is dead and cannot ex
plain himself, but several of his fol
lowers are in these parts who would
like to know if Mr. Wesley was so
silly as to hold one set of theological
ie~ws in relation to baptism and es
tablish two churches, one in Europe
and another in America, with very
different theological views on the
We think there must be an error
somewhere, and we desire to know
the source from which Mr. Gough ob
tained his information that we may
examine for ourselves.
The following pupils merited the medals
for the week ending Nov. 16:
Higher, Marvin Strange; intermediate,
Emory Strange; primary, Adolph Loyns
and Geo. WV. Williams. The conduct med
al was voted to Lou Bradham. David Cole
made the highest average in music.
The enrollment of pupils being limited
sev.ral applicants have been declined un
til vacane.es occur.
The trustees of this public school pre
cint informs us that the public s,:hools
will not commence until January next.
Pupils attending the Academy will receive
the benefit of the public appropriation.
AN OPTICAL ILLUSION.
Curious Double Reflections Seen ThrUg
a Railway Car Window.
Curious things are sometimes di
veloped by double reflections in tk
presenoe of plenty of glass to kee
up the reflection. This is what
woman saw a few days ago as st
sat in her car in the Grand Centra
station waiting for the train to pu
On the left of her train, and ver
close to it, was a second train. Tt
seats of her own car had the usui
red plush cushions, and those in th
other were bright blue. At the rigl
of the observer, and in the same ca
sat a young woman lounging cari
lessly back and reading a magazini
The observer looked out through tb
window on her left into the corr
ponding car of the other trail
There was also a young woman 161
ing back on the blue plush cushior
and reading a magazine. A momer
before the seat had been empty.
The observr was struck by th
resemblance between this youn
woman and the one at bor righi
She looked across her o'k car. I
was the same young person, but th
one in her car was actual, the othe
was the reflection. Yet the reflecte
figure sat not in a red plush seat a
the former did, but on the actui
blue plush seat with which that ca
was furnished. Yet the figur
seemed perfectly solid, and n
glimpse of the blue plush was see
where the shadow body touched th
As the curious observer looked tw
men came into the empty car ani
seated themselves in the very sea
occupied by the half reclining fiprc
The first man slid over
window without disturbing the r
flection. The second one sat d .W
squarely where the girl was '
and here was the strange part of it
The figure showed no signs of disal
pearing, and there was then present
ed the figure of the young girl lea
ing back and clmly reading, with i
man sitting solidly on her lap ani
And the reflected figure of the gir
was just as clear and distinct as th,
real figure of the man. Below thi
seat both the. real and unreal wer
greatly mixed. It was a confuse<
mingling of trouser cloth and skir
cloth. The two bodies seemed actu
ally occupying the same space.
It was thoroughly perplexing, an(
the woman was glad when the tral
slid away and the picture dissolved
-9ew York Times.
$100 REWARD, $100.
The readers of this paper will be please
to learn that there is at least one dreade
disease that science has been able to cui
in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall
Catarrh Cure is the only positive cui
known t) the medical fraternity. Catarr
being a constitutional disease, requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarr
Cure is taken internally, acting directly o
the blood and mucous surfaces of the sy
tem, thereby destroying the foundation <
the disease, and giving the patient strengt
by building up the constitution and assis
ing nature in doing its work. The propr
etors have so much faith in its curatis
powers, that they offer one hundred dollai
for any case that it fails to cure. Send ft
list of testimonials. Address,
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
p2FSold by Druggists, 75c.
Thomas & Bradham is offering for sale
the best wagon and the best buggy you eve
saw for the price. Call and see them.
For Sale-Two Bargains.
A RzsIDE~cE, eight rooms and bath rool
and large, pantry, servants' house, et<
Built for convenience. Only one squa:
from court house. Easy terms.
A DoiNEY, small size, gentle andlv
cildren; new cart and harness-just tb
thing for children. Apply to
S. A. NE2TLES,
Manning, S. C.
He Wrote "Maryland, My Maryland."
James R. Randall, the author o
"Maryland, My Maryland," is an emi
ployee in the office of the senate1
sergeant-at-armsin Wahington. H
is said to receive requests from al
over the English speaking world fo
copies of his song. He is a frequen
visitor to the press galleries and oc
casionally writes a clever letter tV
his home newspaper, but he is no
the man one would pick out as the
author of a famous battle song.
New York Tribune.
A custom prevailed and continuel
even down to recent years of makinj
funeral garlands on the death o
young unmarried women of unblemr
ished character. These garlands wer
made sometimes of metal and some
times of natural flowers or evei
greens and oommonly having a whit
glove in the center on which was ir
scribed the name and initials and ag<
of the deceased. This garland wa
laid on or carried before the eofi
during its passage to the grave an<
afterward frequently hung up in thi
church, generally being suspende<
from the roof. It was usual in th<
primitive church to place crowns o
flowers on the heads of deceased vir
Yet Another Kind,
Clerk--Yes, this is the hosiera
counter. We sell gents' hose, ladies
hose and children's hose. What kine
do you want?
Small Boy-Please, sir, I-I want
garden hose.-Philadelphia Times.
BUCKLEN'S ARMICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cut
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fev
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblain
corns and all skin eruptions, and positivel
cures piles or no pay required. It is gua
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or monc
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale 1;
R. B. Loryea.
Those who have used Dr. King's Ne
Discovery know its value, and those wl:
have not, have now the opportunity to th
it Free. Call on the advertised Drugg'
and get a Trial Bottle, Free. Send yOT
name and address to H. E. Bucklon & Cc
Chicago. and get a sample box of D
King's New Life Pills Free, as well as
copy of Guide to Health and Household Il
structor, Free. All of which is guarantet
to do you good and cost you nothing.
At Rt. B. Loryea's drugstore.
Sen d your address to H. E. Bucklen
Co., Chicago. and get a free sample box:
Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial w
convince you of their merits. These pil
are easy in action, and are particularly
fective in the cure of constipation and s1<
headache. For malaria and liver tronbl
they have been proved invaluable. Th4
are' guaranteed to be perfectly free fro
every deleterious substance and to be pur
ly vegetable. They do not weaken by the
action, but by giving tone to stomach at
bowels greatly invigorate the system. Re
lar size 25c. per box. Sold by R. B. Lc
'Distress in the Stomach
h "Ihad trouble with my stomach for a long
tOne and could not get anything that would do
me any good. Last
e FebruaryI had
a of the stomach, and
0 was so bad for a
week, that even light
S. food would cause
and vomiting. The
doctor's medicine did
me no good and so I
a thought I would try
e Hood's Sarsaparilla.
't gms. hang When I had taken
two bottles I could eat anything without hav
ing the least bit of distress. I have only taken
,fe bottles and my general health Is much bet
ter."s ED. CHAmpLZ.N, Groton City, New York.
Hood's Pills should beIn every household.
t R. B. LORYEA,
Successor to J 6. Dinkins & Co.,
t DRUCCIST ME PHARMACIST.
8 -DEALER IN
Pure Drugs and Medicines,
Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
Fancy and Toilet Goods,
r Hair Brushes,
a Tooth Brushes and Combs,
Paints,, Oils, Glass and Putty.
I Fine Cigars and Tobacco,
D Fine Confectionery, Teas,
Spectacles and Eye Glasses,
) And the .thousand other articles
i usually kept in
A First-Class Drug Store.
We make a specialty of compound
ing physicians' prescriptions.
Sign of Golden Mortar,
Manning, S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
In the Court of Common Pleas.
The New England Mortgage Security
L Company, Plaintiff,
Susan E. Evans, Ben Evans, Eliza
V beth Jane Evans, Joseph Hampton
Evans, and John Peter Evans, De
JUDCMENT FOR FORECLOSURE AND SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
a judgment order of the Court of Com
a mon Pleas, to me directed, in the
e above stated action, bearing date
's October 19th, A. D. 1894, I will sell at
e public auction to the highest bidder,
at Clarendon court house,, at Man
a ning, in said county, within the legal
b hours for judicial sales, on Monday,
a the 3rd day of December, A. D. 1894,
being salesday the following de
scribed real estate:
"One hundred and eighty-eight
S(188) acres, more Cr less, bounded
north by lands of W. H. Evans, east
e by lands of N. Evans, south by lands
of B. P. Evans, and west by lands of
r Capt. Edgar N. Plowden."
The above described property will
be sold upon the following terms, to
wit: One-half cash, balance in one
y ear with interest from day of sale.
'Unpaid purchase money to be se
r cured by bond of the purchaser and
mortgage of the premises sold, Pur
chaser to have option of paying all
cash. Purchaser to pay sheriff for
deed. D. J. BRADHAM,
. Sheriff Clarendon County.
eManning, S. C., Nov. 5, 1894.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLUNA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The Bank of Manning, Plaintiff,
S Emma J. Mellette and John B. Mel
e JUDCMENT FOR FORECLOSURE AND SALE.
6 UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
-judgment order of the Court of Coin.
y mon Pleas, in the above stated action,
b to me directed, bearing date October
19th, 1894, I will sell at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder for cash,
at Clarendon court house, at Man
ning, in said county, within the legal
hours for judicial sales, on Monday,
the 3rd day of December, A. D.,
1894, being salesday, the following
described real estate:
S"All that piece, parcel, or tract of
land, lying, being and situate in
Clarendon county, and State afore
said, containing two hundred and
fifty-five acres, more or less, and
- bounded and butting as follows, to
wit: North by lands of James M.
Cadwell and sons, or~ formerly their
lands; east by lands of Mrs. R. R. Din
gle; south and south-east by lands now
or formerly of Griffin and Charles
Pack, and west and south-west by
I lands of Samuel L. Rantin andEdward
Richbourg. For further reference see
plat drawn by J. D. Rutledge, survey
or, January 18th, 1887, seventy-five
acres having been cut off said tract
since said plat was made."
Purchaser to pay for papers.
D. J. BRADHAM,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Manning, S. 0., Nov. 5, 1894.
Speelal sale Summer 1894. The
,pT'iat Ssmcor Oerthat bt the
0 $50 saved every Piano purchasr.
y $zo to $20 on every Organ.
iSix spee!al Offers on our Pepular Eid
-' Summne? Plan. Buy in August, Septeinber
., and October, and pay when Cotton e0anes
' spot cash Pices. NolInterest. Only a
- n .u. $1 on Organ, alcenext Neonm
d her 1thl. Longer time 11 wanted.
Paymnents to suit all. Pianos $5 to $1
monthily. Organs $2 to $5.
fCeMid-summer Offers save big money
, on all pies 0f payment.
(New Fall Leaders ready. Neauti
fa an a empting 5&1
>it..a Goo ort NoveSmer 1.
11 Don't wait.
k SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE,
To Our Clarendon Friends:
We are now prepared to offer lower
what you want. Our stock is complete.
A LARGE I
AT LOW F]
Great bargains in Guns, Pistols, e4
and Shells (loaded and empty.)
feadquarters COOKING AND HE
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.
~U 1atteil Bat are MOdelS of leauly (
We have the same shapes and colors
in Untrimmed Hats, with necessary
Trimmings. Ostrich Tips plain and
spangled, Birds, Feathers, Quills, Buck
les, Velvet, Satin, and Ribbons.
If you wish
Lace, Hamburg, Thread,
Needles, Pins, Hair-Pins,
Soap, Perfumes, Pa
Tablets, Pencils, Pens, Ink,
and many other Notions, this is the
place to get them for the least money.
We also 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 a
a call. b
TATE Of SOUTH CAROUINA,1
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
In the Court of Commn Pleas, f
William Christmas, Plaintiff,
Anna Eliza Bradham, Defendant.
JUDCMENT OF FORECLOSURE AND SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
udgment order of the Court of Comn
non Pleas, in the above stated ac
tion, bearing date October 19th, A.
. 1894, I will sell at public auction, i
o the highest bidder, at Clarendon
ourt house, at Manning, in said n
~ounty, within the legal hours for
udicial sales, on Monday, the 3rd
flay of December, 1894, it being sales
flay, the following described real es
"All that lot, piece, and parcel of iu
Land, situate, lying, and being in the a
~ounties of Clarendon and Sumter, ri
n the State of South Carolina. con
aining four hundred and twenty-- U
hree and one-half acres, bounded
orth by lands of Theodore Pierson.
ohn Hoop, and Mrs. Cockrlll, easti,
y lands of E. G. DuBose, south by
Land 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
wit: One-third cash, and the balance
in two annual installments; the cred
it portion to be secured by the bond jy
f the purchaser and a mortgage of|
bhe premises sold, the bond to bear
:nterest from the day of sale, and the I
urchaser to have the option of pay- a:
ng all cash if he so desires.g
Purchaser to pay for papers.
D). J. BRADHAM,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Manning, S. C., November 5,1894.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF OLARENDON.
3URT OF COMMON PLEAS. l
'. J. Coffey and W. C. Coffey, co- nm
partners in trade under the firm
style of T. J. Coffee & Bro., Plain- s
Henry J. Holladay, Defendant.
JUDMENT FOR FORECLOSURE AND SALE. A
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
judgment order of the Court of Coin
on Pleas, to me directed, in the
above stated action, bearing date
)ctober 17th, A. D. 1894. I will sell at
ublic auction to the highest bidder,
ror cash, at Clarendon courthouse, at
dIanning, in said county, within the
Legal hours for judicial sales, on Mon
la, the 3rd day of December, A. D.
S94, being salesday, the following de
cribed real estate:
All that tract or parcel of land ly
ing, being, and situate in the county4
f Clarendon, State aforesaid, con
baining twenty-nine (29) acres, bound
no and butting as follows, to wit:
Un the north by lands of M. Levi,
n the east by lands of Clarendon
~ounty known as "Poor Farm," on
:he south by lands of J. D. Holladay,
and on the west by lands of J. P.1
-olladay and M. Levi.
Purchaser to pyfor paers.
Sheriff Clarendon County.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
ithat Viola A. DesChamps, the -
widow of Louis T. DesChamps, late
f this county, now deceased, has
ade and duly filed with me, in be
alf of herself and children, a peti
.ion, wherein she applies to have ap- g
praised and set aside to her p,
and her said children, a f,
homestead in the personal property ra
of the estate of the said Louis T. t<
De~ap.JAMES E. DAVIS,
C'k Court Coin. Pleas and Gen. Ses.
nv. 9th. 1894.
t, S. C.
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.e hae addlfedl to our
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ATINC STOVES, Warranted.
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Having erected a commodious
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am in better condition than ever
>r serving my friends and the entire
My stock of
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B. A. JOHNSON.
Notice to Creditors.
L PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
iagainst the estate of Rev. B. C. Lamp
, deceased will present them duly attested,
d those owing said estate will make pay
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