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To-morrow is Thanksgiving. It
behooves every individual on that
day to lay aside the cares of business
and meditate upon the various bles
sings ..which he has received. Our
gratitude should well up in our
hearts to that Benefactor who is so
watchful over us.
It is a pleasure to dye when you use Dia
mond Dyes. We have a full supply, all
colors. R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Cotton is beginning to take an up
ward tendency, and while we would
like to see the fleecy staple bring a
good price, we think it would be an
unfortunate thing just now. The
farmers have principally disposed of
their cotton, and if the price goes up
it will have the effect of causing
them to plant extensively again.
For chapped hands and lips try a 5c. bot
tle of Petreisine, at Brockinton's.
A young farmer told us that he
made corn enough this year to sup
ply his farm and about seven hun
dred bushels to sell. He also raised
enough hogs to supply his plantation
with pienty of meat for next year,
and he has paid out of debt and has
a cash balance in the hands of the
merchant he, is doing business with.
Moses Levi has made another bg con
tract for the celebrated James Means'shoes.
When a man buys a pair of thtse shoes
he not only has comfort, but a shoe that
will givehiu his money's worth in good
The following pupils merited the medals
for the week ending Nov. 23:
Higher, Marvin Strange; intermediate,
Laura Cole; primary, Lilburn Ridgeway,
Eddie Cuttino, Bishop Alsbrook and Geo.
Lou Bradham was voted the conduct
David Cole made the highest average in
E. C. ALLsRoxO.
$100 REWARD, $100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased
to learn that there is at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to dure
in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is 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
etars have so much faith in its curative
powers, that they offer one hundred dollars
for any case thatit fails to cure. Send for
list of testimonials. Address,
F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo, 0.
pi'Sold by Druggists, 75c.
In response to the inquiry made
through your columns in last week's
paper by "A Methodist," I will say
that I meant no thrust at thelMetho
dists or any other denomination.
I only quoted the words of Mr.
Wesley to prove that he believed in
immersion as Scriptural Baptism
and that this was the practice of the
ancient church. I will therefore in
proof of my statements refer the
brother (or sister) as the- case may be
to Mr, Wesley's Journal, vol. 1, page
20 under date of Saturday, Feb. 21st,
1736, when Mr. Wesley says: "Mary
Welch was baptized according to the
custom of the first church <.f England,
by imtmersidon." From the above, two
things are evident:
1. The early church practiced im
2.~ This was the practice of the
Church of Englaad.
In Journal, vol. 1, page 24, Mr.
Wesley says: "In Savannah, Ga.,
May 5th 1736, I was asked to baptize
a child of Mr. Perkins." But Mrs. P.
told me neither Mr. P. nor I will con
sent to its being dipped. I answered, if
you eertify that your child is weak,
it will suffice to pour water upon i'.
She replied, "Nay, the child is not
weak, but I am. resolved that it shatll
not be dipped." This argument says
Mr. Wesley-"I could not refute: so I
went home and the child was bap
tized by another person." But this
was not the end of the matter. On
tbe 1st day of September, 1737, Mr.
Wesley was tried by a grand jury of
44 men, found guilty, and ordered
to leave the country because he
would not baptize Mr. Perkins' child
otherwise than by immersion, except
the parents would certify that the
child was sick and unable to stand it.
Journal, vol. 2, page 16, says: "Mr.
Wesley re-baptized John Smith on
June 25th and on March 21st he bap
tized two adults by immersion."
In the old discipline compiled by
Wesley-"Jesus was baptized in the
River Jordan, and the sixth of RQ
mans means simply a burial in water."
Now, if the "Methodist" will be so
kind as to turn to Wesley's notes on
the New Testamrenm, and under Rb
mans 6-3, he (or she) will Sund the
words of Mr. Wesley: "We are bur
ied with him alluding to the ancient
manner of baptizing by immersion."
The above from the pen of Mr.
Wesley fully verifies my statement
from the Baptift pulpit on Sunday.
J. 0. GOUGH,
Pastcor Baptist Church.
Owing to a change in my plans for
the future I will sell out my personal
property. I have a large new stock
of Genenal Merchandise to be sold at
3 good mules, 1 good mare, 2 milch
cows and calves, 26 head of hogs, 1
three horse Wilson & Childs' wagon,
1 one horse Tennesse wagon and out
fit, :1 road-cart and harness, 1 top
buggy and harness, full outfit of
farm implements and blacksmith's
shop tools, about 1 thousand bush
els of corn in shuck and sheiled, a
good lot of peas, 25 bushels of rough
rice, 200 bush61s of sweet potatoes,
several hundred pounds of fodder.
a lot of crab-grass and pea-vine hay.
1500 bushels of cotton seed, 200 bush
els of very fine cotton seed for plant.
All of the above articles will be
sold reasonably low for cash.
.J. M. DESCHAMPs,
Silver, S. C.
Gr've's Tasteless Chill Tonic is a~ perfect
malarial liver tonic and blood purifier. Re
moves bilionsness without purgitng. As
pleasant as lemon syrup. It is as large as
any dollar tonic and retails for 50e. To gel
the genuine ask for Grove's. Sold onit
merits. No cure, no pay. Sold by J. G.
Dinkins & Co.
English Spavin Limiment remov-es all
hard, soft or calloused lum ps and blemnishe:
from horses, blood spavina, enrb~s, splints,
sweeny, ring-bone, stifles, sprains. all
swollen throats, conghs. etc. Nave $50 b:s
use of one bottle. Warranted the mnost
wonderful blemish cure ever known. Sold
by R. B. Loryea the druggists, Man
ning S. C.
Yen run no risk. Al1 d ruggists guarrntes
-Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic to do all thal
- that the manufacturers claim for it.
3 Warranted no cure, no pay. There art
a many imitations, to get the genuine ask foi
rov'. Sold by J. G. Dinkins & Co.
Wednesday, November 28, 1S94.
WE WANT YOUR PATRONAGE
And We Will Endeaver to Make ii
to Your Interest to Give it to us
If You Will Only Come and Lei
us Show Ycu Our Goods af the
Low Prices We Are Asking for
5 dozen bcv's and girl's blue caps,
25 ets. cash. A large line of gent's
and boys hats at very low prices.
Call and look at our $1. gents and
boys' hats at very low prices. Call
and look at our $1. gents' hat, the
best bargain of the season. When
you want cheap slates, pens and ink,
writing paper and: envelopes of any
kind, be sure to give us a call as we
- are headquarters for low prices in
this line. 25 doz. pencil tablets at
1 cent each, 24 sheets note and 24 en
velops at only 5 ents. 50 gross school
crayons at only 10 cts. a gross. Re
member that we are still headquar
ters for school books and are selling
them as cheap as ever.
When you want cheap dry goods,
cheap sioes, or cheap groceries, be
sure to call on us with the money
and you will be suited.
Yours for the cash,
W. E. JENKINSON.
. our N~amie in Prinl.
-Col. Sparkman, of Georgetown,
was in Manning last Friday.
-Mr. A. C. Davis is rapidly improv
ing, and we hope he will soon be out
-Mrs. Jane B. Wilson, of Williams
burg, is in Manning visising Col. B.
P. Barron's family.
-Mr. John W. Huggins, who is lo
cated in Charleston, is now at home
on a leave of. abseice.
Manning will be well 'represented
at the Pythian Fair.
It would not surprise us to have re
siding among us soon a eircuit judge.
One of the sweetest places in town
is around Mr. John Thames's cane
The State Baptist Association is in
session in Chester, S. C., the present
-Maj. A. Levi went to Columbia
last Monday on business in the
United States Court. ,
-T. B. Fraser, Esq., of the Sumter
Bar, was in Manning last Thursday
holding a reference.
Be sure to go out next Friday even
ing to hear the New York Celebrities
at the Institute hall.
A ifre treat is in store for all who
attend the concert at the Institute
Hall next Friday night.
The Rt. Rev. Bishop Howe, of the
Diocese of South Carolina, died at his
home in Charleston on the 25th inst.
The county commissioners hold on
to their office until January 1st, and
then the county supervisor takes
Quite a number from Manning
went to Sumter to hear Sam Jones
tell them how to "get there and stay
We are informed that Mr. H. B.
Tindal, of Summerton, expects to
move to Greenville about the first of
The Manning Guards will have a
rize drill at the Collegiate Institute
halChristm~as night. The prize will
be a handsome medal.
Mr. Winburn is well known in this
vicinity as a photographer, so patro
nize him and be made happy as his
work is strictly first-class.
Reserved seat tickets to the concert
Friday night are on sale at W. M.
Brocinton's drug store. Other tick
ets at R. B. Loryea's drug store.
Cllarendon delegation to the
General Assembly met with the coun
ty commissioners last thursday to ac
quaint themselves on the needs of the
D. M. Bradham's rice huller has
arrived and will run every day in the
week. Parties wanting their rice
hulled will have it fanned clean and
Remember, I am headquarters for John
son's Chill and Fever Tonic, sold under a
positive guarantee. W. M. Brockinton.
The teachers at the Institute are
getting up an entertainment, three
weeks hence, the proceeds of which
are to be applied towards the pay
ment of the piano.
When you want soaps, brushes, combs,
sponges, or any other toilet article call at
Brockinton's and get the best for the lowest
We still have some money in hand
belonging to the managers of the
federal election. If they will drop
us a card, we will send them a check,
or they can call on us at our office.
- Fresh garden seed this week at Brockin
Mr. William T. Walters, president
of the Atlantic Coast Line, died at
his home in Baltimore last Thursday.
The engines and railroad depots all
along the line are draped with
emblems of mourning.
Onion Sets at Loryea's.
The Times will keep up with the
proceedings of the Legislature so
that its readers can be thoroughly
posted. This will be one of the most
important sessions since the Demo
crats came into power.
The Gareiosa is the best 5c. smoke to be
had in the market, at Brockinton's.
Rev. John O. Wilson has been
elected Editor of the Southern Chris
tian Advocate by the Methodist con
ference. Its publication after Jan.
1st, 1895, will be in Greenville, S. C.,
by Col. James A. Hoyt.
The Highest cash price given for cotton
seed. W. M. Brockinton.
Mr. Toji Takada, the Japanese stu
dent at the Theological Seminary,
will deliver an address at Institute
hall, Thursday evening, the 29th, for
the benefit of the Ladies' Missionary
Society. A dmission fee, 10 cents.
The best Sc. cigars in town at Brockin.
ton's drug store.
The Question of moving the county
seat of Darlingtoni is being seriously
considered by the people of thai
county. An enthusiastic advocate
of the project offers to build a court
house and jail at his own expense.
When you want pure drugs, you go t<
ioryea, tbe druggist; why not go to Loryet
when yon want pure spices, teas, vinegar
and flavoring extracts?*
That big tent on the Court Hous'
square is Winburn's gallery. Nov
is the time to have photograph:
made. Nothing is nicer for a Christ
mas present than a good photograpl
of yourself, such as Winburn wil
For pure, fresh candies, go to Loryea, the
Notice has been given for the forma
tion of a new county with Hones
Path as its county seat. The legis
lature will be asked to grant a char
ter. The neccessary surveys hay
been made, and its originators are
..uie a nguine.
The only, unique, and unimitatable Sam
Jones entertained the largest audience
ever gathered within the New Opera House
last Wednesday night with his lectsire "Get
There and Stay There-" From his open
ing sentence until his closing he held the
undivided attention of every one, the con
tinuous laugbter and freqnent applause
testifying to the appreciation of his hearers.
A short prayer was offered before the
lectare by Rev. N. W. Edmunds, D. D.,
who with Rev. T. G. Herbert, Jr., and R.
0. Purdy, Esq., occupied seats on the stage.
The lecturer was introdneed by Mr. Purdy
in a few well chosen remarks, and immedi
ately proceeded to the discussion of his
subject showin-g bow to "get there"socially,
finan-alv an. 11litically. II speakE
clearly and distinctly, his fine voice with
onu any appanentt effort, reaiching every part
of the house. His pigrawutic sentences
command the attention of his anditors, and
his witty illustrations cause roars of laugh
ter. He uses the scalpel fearlessly, and
evil receives io mercy at his hands. His
analysis of the political situ tion was the
best we have ev-r heard, and shows him to
be a keea and discriminating judge of men
and things. Some things in his lecture
might have been left unsaid without de
tracting from it in the least, but Sam .ones
is sui generis, andl cannot be made over
again. He is a wonderful man and is un
doubtedly one of the "kings of the plaform"
We are glad to know that the lecture,
which was for the benefit of the City Mis
sion, was a financial success, about $184i
being realized, clear of all expenses.
For Sale-Two Bargains.
A RFSIDENcE, eight rooms and bath room
and large pantry, servants' house, etc.
Built for convenience. Only one square
from court house. Easy ternms.
A DoYKEY, small size, gentle anI loves
children; new cart and harness-just the
thing for chil Iren. Apply to
S. A. NEITLES,
Manning, S. C.
LocxHART, Trxss, Oct. 15, 1889.
Messrs. Paris Medicine Co.,
Dear Sirs:-Ship us as soon as possible 2
gross Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. My
enstonters want Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic and will not have any other. In onr
experience of over 2) years in the drug
business, we have never sold any medicine
which gave such universal satisfaction.
J. S. BaowxE & Co.
BUCKLEN'S ARMCA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers. salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chappel hands, chilblains.
corns and all skin eru ptions, 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..
TWO LIVES SAVED.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City,
Ill., was told by her doctors she had con
sumption and that there was no hope for
her, but two bottles Dr. King's New Dis
covery rompletely cured her and says it
saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139
Florida St., Sanfrancisco, suffered from a
dreadful cold, approaching consumption,
tried without result everything else then
bought one battle of Dr. King's New Dis
:overy and in two weeks was cured. lie is
naturally thankful. It is such results, of
which these are samples. that prove the
wonderful efficacy of this medicine in
oughs and colds. Free trial bottles at R.
B. Loryea's drugstore. Regular size 50c.
Old people who require medicine to reg
ulate the bowels and kidneys will find the
true remedy in Electric Bitters. This med
icine does not stimulate and contains no
wiskey nor other intoxicant, but acts as
a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on
the stomach and bowels, adding strength
and giving tone to the organs. thereby aid
ing nature in the performance of the func
tions. Electric Bitters is an excellent ap
petizer and aids digestion. Old people
find it jnst exactly what they need, Fitty
ents per bottle at 11. B. Loryea's drumgstore.
When you want a good smocke go to
Brockiton's anmd get a 10c. package of
Pick Leaf smoking tobacco.
For spectacles and eye-glasses of any
kind call at Brockinton's and get the best
t the lowest cash prices possible.
.Just received, ready mixed wagon paints,
six color.,. Economical, durable, and hand
some in appiearance, Save money by usinlg
these paints on wagons, plows, carts, &c. Ri.
B. Loryea, the Druggist.
A Knowing Boar.
"When I was in the Yellowstone
park," said a Wyoming valley man,
"one of the gamekeepers told me
about a bear that worried a camp of
government soldiers almost to des
peration for several weeks. Late one
night a bear waddled into camp,
ripped open a tent, put the soldiers
to flight, got what he wanted to eat
and went away. The next night the
bear came round again, smashed
down a tent and stole a smoked ham.
"Under the park rules the soldiers
were prohibited from firing ait the
thievish brute as well as from jab
bing a bayonet into him, and the
only thing they could do when the
bear appeared and went to helping
himself to rations was to get out of
the way. Night after night the bold
beast made a raid on the camp and
ruined a tent or two. My informant
said that the bear acted as if he knew
that the soldiers daren't fire at him,
and that on each visit he became
more saucy and destructive than be
fore. When the bear's raids had be
come unbearable, the commandant
sent the facts to the secretary of the
interior and asked what to do. Word
came back to shoot the bear, and
that night when Bruin strode boldly
into camp the soldiers put an end to
his career by riddling him with bul
lets."-New York Sun.
The Beils of Davos.
The fir-st thing that strikes the
stranger in Davos, and strikes him
unpleasantly, is the bells. Mr. Hen
ry Irving must certainly have resid
ed here when he was maturing his
masterly study of Mathias. His con
cepton of the part-the storm tossed,
fury driven wretch, maddened by
that ever'lasting "jangling"-is, as
we have always thought, and as we
now know by bitter experience, in
finitely truer to life than Coquelin's
rendering, the "smug cit," who only
seems to feel a half comic sort of tic
kling in his ear. If Mathias were
here, two days would finish him.
Not only does every cow, goat and
sheep wear its bell, but when they
are all shut up for the winter, and we
hope for a little rest, then comes the
infernal, eternal din from every cart,
carriage, sleigh, omnibus and all
,Lother kinds of vehicle which ply for
hire or otherwise. No doubt they
become a necessity on the silent high
ways as winter progresses, but that
does not render them one bit more
That Tired Feeling
"I cordially recom
mend Hood's Sarsa
be suffering with in
digestion or Impure
blood, no appetite,
feeling, or generally
out of order. Itwill
surely help any who ,
give it a fair trial, if
there is any help for
them. Ihave found
r. .It of great benefit for
We have used Hood's Sarsaparilla two years
and have no sick headache spells,pains or tired
feeling." W. N. BAmas, Hartford City, Ind.
Hood's Pills givo universal satisfaction.
R. B. LORYEA,
Successor to J. 0, Dinkins& Co.,
DRUCIST D 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,
Spectacles and Eye Glasses,
And the thousand other articles
usually kept in
A First-Class Drug Store.
We make a specialty of compound
ing physicians' prescriptions.
R. B. LORYEA,
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
Susan E. Evans, Ben Evans, Eliza
beth Jane Evans, Joseph Hampton r
Evans, and John Peter Evans, De
JUDCMENT FOR FORECLOSURE AND SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A i
judgment order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas. to me directed, in the
above stated action, bearing date
October 19th, A. D. 1894, I will sell at
public auction to the highest bidder,
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,
bing salesday the following de
scribed real estate:
"One hundred and eighty-eight
~188) acres, more or less, bounded
orth by lands of W. H. Evans, easti
>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
be sold upon the following terms, to
wit: One-half cash, balance in one
year with interest from day of sale.
Unpaid 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. BRADHAM,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Manning, S. C.. Nov. 5, 1894.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CL.ARENDON,
CURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The Bank of Manning, Plaintiff, 1
Emma J. Mellette and John B.' Mel
JUDGMENT FOR FORECLOSURE AND SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A'
udgment order of the Court of Com
on Pleas, in the above stated actionI
o me directed, bearing date October
19th, 1894, I will sell at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder for cash,
t Clarendon court house, at Man:
ning, in said county, 'within the legal
ours for judicial sales, on Monday,
the 3rd day of December, A. D.,
1894, being salesday, the following
described real estate:1
"All that piece, parcel, or tract of
land, lying, being and situate in 1
larendion county, and State afore- I
said, containing two hundred and
fifty-five acres. more or less, and
ounded and butting as follows, to
wit: North by lands of James M.
adwell and sons, or formerly their
lands; east by lands of Mrs. R. R. Din
gle; south and south-east by lands now I
or formerly of Griffin and Charles
Pack, and west and south-west by
lands of Samuel L. Rantin andEdward
Richbourg. For further reference see
plat drawn by J. D. Rutledge, survey-(
or, January 18th, 1887, seventy-five
cres having been cut off said tract
since said plat 'was made."
Purchaser to pay for papers.
D. J. BRADHAM,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Manning, S. C., Nov. 5, 1894.
Special Sale Sumamer 1894. The
time to buy Cheap and Eay. SIx 1
Specel1Summer Offers that beat the 1
$50 saved every Piano purchaser. 4
5$zo to $20 on every Organ.
six Special Offers on our Popular Md- t
? s ner Plan. Buy n Ast Setembe
SSpot Cash Prices. No Interest. Only a
Sinno. $0 on Organ, baac ext Novem
-her 15th. Longer time If wanted.
Payments to suit all. Pianos $5 to $10
monthly. Organs $2 to $5.
Our Mid-Summer Offers save big money
on all plans of payment.
Neow Fall Leaders ready. Beauti
ful and Cheap. Tempting Eargaina
~Wrte at once for id-Summer Of
frs. Good only until November 1.
* UDDEN & BATES
SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE,
ro Our Clarendon Friends:
We are now prepared to offer lower
vhat you want. Our stock is complete.
A LA1EGlI 1.1
ATI L'" lHG
Great bargins ini Guns, Pistois, -.
.nd Shells (loaded and empty.)
fleaduarters COOKINC AND HEA
NEW : YORKV
The Racket Store is the place to save
your mney. 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.
Iar rattrn Lts are M1odeS of leauty. S
We have the saine shapes and colors
in Untrimmed Hats, with necessary
Trimmings. Ostrich Tips plain and bri
spangled. Birds, Feathers, Quills, Buck- I a
les, Velvet, Satin, and Ribbons. for
If you wish pu
ace, Hamburg, Thread,
Needles, Pins, Hair-Pins, I
Soap, Perfumes, Pa
rablets, 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 Qnarters
next door to .1. Levi's. We shall be
pleased to show you our goods. Give at
a call. bal
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, L(
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
In the Court of Commnon Pleas, for
William Christmas, Plaintiff,
Ana Eliza Bradhanm, Defendant.
JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE AND SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
udgment order of the Court of Comn
on Pleas, in the above stated ac
ion, bearing date October 19th, A.
). 1894, I will sell at public auction, I a
o the highest bidder, at Ciarendon m
iourt house, at Manning, in said
~ounty, within the legal hours for
udicial sales, on Monday, the 3rd
ay of Decemb er, 1894, it being sales
ay, the following described real es
"All that lot, piece, and parcel of is
nd, sit uare, lymzg, and being in the wh
~ounties of Clarendon and Sumter, ij
the State of South Carolina. con-us
aining four hundred and twenty-US
;hree and one-half acres, bounded
bortbv lan~ds of TJheodorc Pierson,y
[ohn Hoop, and Mr's. Cock rIll, east (1
lands of E. (i. DuBose, south by
and known as James place, and webt,
)y lands fomel own ed by Brad- i
The above described real estate to
e sold upon the following terms to
vit: One-third cash, and the balance
two annual installments; the cred
portion to be secured by the bond in :
f the purchaser and a. mortgage of firs
he premises sold, the bond to bear
aterest from the day of sale, and the I si
)urchaser to have the option of pay- am
g all cash if he so desires. giv
Purchaser to pay for papers.
1). J. BRADHAM,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Manning, S. C., November ->, 1894.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLUNA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON. A
OURT OF COMMON PLEAS. 1ev,
'. J. Coffey and W. C. Coffey, co- ne
patners in trade under tihe firm
style of T. J. Coffee & Bro., Plain- Sut
Henry J. Holladay, Defendant. sg
JUDMENT FOR FORECLOSURE AND SALE. .l
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
udgent orderef the Court. of Comn
non Pleas, to me directed, ini the ._
bove stated action, bearing date
)ctober 17th, A. D. 1894. I will sell at '
)ublic auction to the highest bidder,
*or cash, at Clarendon courthouse, at4q
ifanning, in said county, within the
egal hours for judicial sales, on Mion
lay, the 3rd day of December, A. D).
.894, being salesday, the followmngde
cribed real estate:
All that tract or parcel of land ly
g, being, and situate in the coumnty
f Clarendon, State aforesaid, con
aining twenty-nine (29) acres, bound
ng and butting as follows, to wit:
On the north by lands of Mi. Levi,
n the east by lands of Clarendo~
ounty known as "Poor Farn,' on0 :
he south by lands of .J. D. Holladay,
Lnd on the west by lands of J. P. io
olladay and M1. Levi.
Purhaser to pay for papers. ad
3). J. BRAD)HAM,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
ItaVIol A. DesChampls, tile
vidow of Louis T. DesChanmps, late
i1 this county, now dleceased, has
nade and duly filed with me. im be
alf of herself" and children, a p~eti- 3
ion, wherein she applies to have ap- abl
raised and set aside to her pre
ud her said children, a fur.
iomestead in the personal prol)erty rat
)f the estate of the said Louis T.to
DesChamps. JAMES B. DAVIS,
1'k Court Comn. Picas and Gen. Ses.
Noe 9th. 1894.
ri-eps than ever. Call or write for
We hve addled to our
HIeadvquarters for Powder, Shot,
, Belting, &c.
T!NG STOVES, Warranted.
ropose to be
ehind in the
aving erected a commodious
:-k store one door from the Bank
m in better condition than ever
serving my friends and the entire
ly stock of
IES, HATS, DRY 000DS,
Tas been well selected and bought
lose prices. I am offering special
)W PRICE CL'THING
Men, Boys, and Children.
Jy object is to make
m right up to the front ini assort
nt, sty les, and 1prices. My~ stock of
more complete than heretofore,
ile in Domestics, Jeans, &c., I am
bit up) to the front. I carry as
al a full stoc~k of
~avy and Fancy Grocer
es, Hardware, Farming
act everytbinrg to be found in a
f-class General Merchandise Stock.
)licit a share of your patronge
I will make it to your interest to
e it me a call.
B. A. JOHNSON.
Notice to Creditors.
L PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
againt the estate ot Re-v. Bi. C. Lamp
rdeceased will present them duly attested,
those owing sai-] estate will make pay
AIRS. ?.INNiE R. LAMPLEY,
ierton. S. C., Oct. 30th 189II
ICE, RICE, RICE. We solicit con
iments of Rongh Rice in any quantity.
consignments milled and shipped cr
l promptv. Rates moderate
WEST POINT MILL CO.,
Charleston, 8. C.
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SEND FOR CATALOGUE
. W. L.DOUGLAS,
- ROCKTON, MASS.
ur can .ave mone by peainji W. L
eeS. are the larest manufacture oft
value by stamping the name and~pnrce on
botond the midl n pro its. Our shoes
ecs custom wrk instye, eaytinad
t lo-cr prices for the value given than
ocr m~ake. Take no substitutc. If your
.r cannot supply you, we can. sold by
Horton, Burgess & Co.
No Need of a Cotton Trust,
[oney can be had on cotton, on reason
terms from the undersigned who is
pared to :irake advances on cotton and
iish storge for the same at reasonable
s to any person de-siring to hold cot
Irite for terms to
G. W. EGAN, Warehousemlan,
Charleston, S. C.
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In black Dress Goods we have the newest, the latest, and the
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HO S IE R Y,
Ladies and Gents' Underwear, we simply defy any competition, for
these goods were bought under the new tariff law.
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New style Outing cloth 8 1-2 cents.
Standard Prints for 5 cents.
28-inch Twilled Umbrellas. fancy handles, 79 cents.
104 nubleached Cotton Sheeting, 6 2-3 cents.
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