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THlE MANM TIlMeS
Wednesday, January 16, 1895.
A GRlEAT (AMPAI(Di.
Goods Will be Sold at Very, Very Close
Margins In Order it Put I hem Into the
Ilands of Everybly.
We have decided to open a cam
paign against the hard times and ask
the public at large to assist us in
making it a successful one by taking
advantage of the bargains we shall
offer them from now until the close
of the summer, and when I say.. bar
gains I mean all that the word con
For the cash we will sell a splendid
bbl. flour for only -3.00. For the cash
we will sell the X X X olive branch
.flour for only $3.50. For the cash we
will sell the premium, the best flour
the market can afford for only $3.85.
,For the cash we will sell you Old
Tray, a plug of tobacco, 3x9 inches,
for only 5 cents per plug or 25 cents
per pound, beat it i you can. For
the cash we will sell you our Chain
pion, a plug of of tobacco 3x12 inches,
for only 10 cents per plug or 35 cants
If you want to have fine gardens
and make a plenty of nice vegetables
buy your garden seeds from us, as we
have seeds fresh just from the seed
Remember that we keep a full line
of dry goods and notions, shoes and
hats at prices that will make them
dangerous weapons against the hard
Yours for the cash,
W. E. JEsKINSON.
Mrs. A. W. Knight, of Sumter, is in
" Dg on a visit to her mother Mrs. S.
yesterday forSpartanburg to attend \ of
ford College. where he will study for the
MT. W. C. Chandler has moved into his
new house on Church street.
We would like to have a good live cor
respondent in every section of the county.
Look at the label on you'- paper, it will
show you when your subscription expires.
The Times oflice has how a full suspply
of blank. Call when in need of anything
ja this line.
Mr. A. S. Briggs has bought and moved
into the house lately occupied by Mr. W.
The many friends of Rev. H. W. Maho
ney will regret to learn that he is quite
sick at his home in Packiville.
Died yesterday afternoon, at her home
near New Zion, Mrs. Malsey Hoaub<, moth
er of Judge W. H. H. Hobbs, aged ninety
If-you wish to see a happy face, take a
look at a Gall-away up the street on a
Thursday and Monday morning. The
smile retembles a preat big rosette.
. Teets' show passed through town last
Monday, and the little fellows were disap
pointed because it did not stop. It came
back to-day and now they are happy.
Last Friday afternoon a three-year-old
daughter of Mr. J. Ashby Colclough.
near the Clarendon line, was burnt to death
aecidentallv while playing in the yard.
The guano factories are not being rushed
with orders now, as the farmers have de-.
termined to do without their goods, or
make them sell, at cotton price figures.
Married at Packsville this afternoon, at
the residence of the brides parents by Rev.
E. D. Wells, Mr. Milton Lackey and Miss
Viola Kolb, a daughter of Mr. J. G. Kolb.
*Persons writing letters will find it to
their'advantage to write on one crner of
the envelope their own address, so that if
the letter is not delivered, it may be re
turned without first going to the dead letter
"Well, pard ! are you thawed out yet?"
said -one widower to another yesterday
morning. "No, by Jove, I ain't, and if the
iwekther don't break soon I will freeze, was
~the plaintive reply. Strange to say, this.
por fellow does n~or wear ain enameled
'btton ia the lappel of his coat.
Manming and Alcolu will soon be con
nected by telephone communication. Mr. I
D). W, Alderman has had the poles erected
and the wires will he placed in a few days.1
When you want to communicate with Al
eolu, go to Dr. Brockinton's store where
the "hello" machine will he located.
The press despatches of yesterday state
that Congressman McLaurin filed an appli-I
cation for the establishment of a new postal
route and postoffice at Sardinia in this
county, with J. H. Garland as postmaster.
There must be some mistake about this,
ais there has been a Sardinia postoffice with
J. H. Garland as postmaster for some years.
- Married at the residence of Trial Justice
Tiinmons, last Wednesday morning before
the crowing of the cock, Mr. WV. J. Kelly
.and Miss Hattie Jennings, daughter of Mr.
Hilliard Jennings, of Packsville. The
hour' was half past one in the morning
when Mr. Timmons pronounced the happy
pair man and wife, and the wind outside
played the wedding march. When the
father of the bride came to town the newly
married pair had skipped off to Cht~rleston
on a bridal tour to enjoy their honeymoon
where none can molest nor make then -
afraid. Although over sixty years have
passed over the groom's head he is as hap
pyas a lark.
The weather was so cold last Saturday
night that tbe stove in Loryea's drug store,
although red-hot, could not get up heat
enough to thaw out a joke that Mr. Burns
was trying to tell. The cause was that
Burns started out by saying "I will tell.
you the truth" and such a thing in that
store on a Saturday night is never told, not
even when a fellow goes there to hunt Dis
penser Ervin for a wee drop of the old lady
reliever. So when Burns said "I will tell
you the truth" the red-hot coals transformed
themselves into lumps of ice and remained
so until the man left the store and another
one entered and said ".1 would not take a
drink if it was offered me," then the coals
began to burn again.
Our "Last Love" and "Mimmoth" are
the finest 5c. cigars on the market. R. B.
Loryea, the druggist.
Every white man in this county that is
without a registration certificate should
take immediate steps to procure one. Do
not postpone the matter until too late. The
leaders of the Republican party are send
ing eut instrnctions to precinct leaders
urging them to make the colored voters
register for the coming elecion of delegates
to the constitutional convention. Their
object is to place themselves in a position
to treat with ,iisaffected Democrats who are
anxious to capture the conveniti -n, and will
make such an effort with the aid of the
colored vote. Let every white -nan be reg
istered. Make it your business to inform
those that do not take newspapers, as the
matter is of vital importance. Republican
boodle is to be used to capture the consti
'1lhoms. & Br adham will exchange cotton
seed hulls an d mt al for cotton seed. Call
Last wee-k we reeived two very interest
ing letters from Deputy U. S. Marshal C.
L. Emanuel, who was sent to Victoria,
Texas, to bring back a United States pris
oner by the name of James H. TIillmian,
convicted at the last term of the court on
the charge o'f conspiracy and nsing the,
mails for fraudulent purposes. On account'
of some papers being delayed, Mr. Eman
uel's stay in Texas was longer than he ex
pected, anid while waiting for the papers
he took a very good survsy of the country.
He thinks Texas a great State, but he likes
South Carolina best. Mr. Emanuel has
made a fine record as ain official, and is
looked upon by United States Marshal
Hunter as one of his best dcputies. which
is shown by selecting Mr. Emanuel to go
on so important a trip.
nWeather -clearing to-night, fair and cold
Mr. W. T. Tobias has moved his family
to Manning to be near our fine schools.
Mr. E. L. Wilkins is making great im
proveinents to has residence on Church
A number of our readers have asked us
if Dave Tucker is still living. They would
be delighted to read something from him.
Mr. W. T. Wilder, for a number of years
a salesman in the establishment of M. Le
vi, is now doing the graceful act behind the
counters of Dr. W. M. lrock uton's drug
On our fourth page we give our readers
the act recently passed by the legislature
making provisions for the constitutional
convention. Everybody should familiarize
themselves with it.
Onion sets and garden seed for sale by
It. B. Loryta, the druggist.
Onr enterprising depot ag.-nt has estab
lished a bureau of itformation for the con
venience 01 those seeking information, and
when parties cannot get information down
town if they are sent to Mr. Hall he will
accommodate them without charge.
Window Gass, all sizes at It. B. Loryea,
teveralffarmers have told us that on ae
count of timoitgages b, ing oa their fars,.
they are force-! to plant cotton to :-t
money to pay the interest on the ior!tgge
debt, but thev are determined to free them
selves from such slavery if they must go
naked and with hungry stomachs this com
If you want the best and cheapest cow
food in the world, call on Thomas & Brad
ham, who have just received a car-load of
cotton-seed hulls and cotton-seed mieal.
Last Monday Mr. D..M. Bradham killed
a two-vear-old hog that weighed 482 pounds
net. Some time before he sold two pigs
from the same sow for $3.50 each and had
four fine ones left. He raised the hog in his
ard from the refuse of his kitehen. This
is another example of what people can do
if they try. Mr. Bradha: i.a:-i is hog
ut~r anv cost to himself, and other peo
ple can do likewise if they will not waste
the good hog food that is often thrown
way from the kitchens. We can not
ouch for the quality of the sausages made
from Mr. Bradham's hag be-canse the only
hing ho left at our office -was the net
The folly of pr-jndice is frequently
hown by people who prefer to suffer for
vears rather than try an adverti.-ed remedy.
'he millions who have ino such notions,.
take Aver's Sarsaparilla for blood-diseases.,
tud are cured. So much for common
In the higher class for the week en ding
Jannary 12, Marvin Strange mado a general
verge of 98-the highest in his class,
hereby meriting the medal. Emory
trange and Lucille Alsbrook each made a
;enerai average of 87 in the iitermediate
lass-a eut for the medal gave it to Emory.
Jnins Clark merited the primary medal
izzie Warr was voted tho conduct meslal.
The attendance during the extreme cold
weather of last week was excellent. Some
f the pupils who live several miles in the
ontry answered roll call every morning,
walking in, as the ice made the roads im
aassible for horses.
E. C. Atanoe:.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
)y local applications, as they cannot reach
he diseased portion of the ear. There is
mnly one way to cure deafness, and that is
>y constitutional remedies. Deafness is
mused by an inflamed condition of the mu
os lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
his tube gets inflamed you have a rumx
ing sound or imperfect hearing, and
-hen it is entirely closed deafness is the
~esult, and unless the inflamation can be
aken out and this tube restored to its nor
al condition, hearing will be destroyed
orever; nine cases out of ten are caused by
,atarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed
~ondtion of the mucous surfaces.
We will give one hundred dollars for any
ase of deafnees (caused by catarh) that
annot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
end for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists. 75e.
A Card of Thanks.
PImwoon, S. C., Jan. 8th 189.
Editor The Manning Times: Will yon
dlow me space in your worthy paper to
ifler my thanks to the good people of Pine
ood .for a surprise pounding which they
ave me about the middle of December
sst. My slouthfulness in thanking them
not a proof of ungratefulness, for such
eople are ever in memory and live always
a my heart. May their days ever be of
munshine and may they all live to good old
iges, and sorrow ever be a stranger to
hem. I shall ever pray for their homes to
e that of plenty. and that they may
uver walk in the path they are now in
Fat of love and truth for surely such peo
le are entitled to have their children rise
.d call them blessed. Such are the peo
ro live at and near Pinewood. They are
people who fear God and do right for I
m in a position to judge and I trust my
~ompanionship will always be with such
eople. I do love them with an unchang
I ani most truly yours,
J. NztsoN BRowN.
The sugar-coating, which makes Ayer's
pills so easy to take, dissolves imiiediately
)n reacing the stomach, and so permita
he full strength and benefit of the muedi
n to be promptly communicated. Ask
our druggist for Ayer's Almanac, just
.rhe Charleston Post says: "Congressman
~icLaurin may, and doubtless does, rest
rery easy in the matter of the contest ol
Joshua E. Wilson for his seat. Mr. Me
Laurin could not be unseated .mo matter
3ow rankly partisan the House might be.I
He is too popular a mani and enterpris
g representative, that South Carolina has
ad in years. To attempt to prove franit
.n the election of such a man is the height
f folly. It can't be done. Mr. McLaurin
.s secure in his seat just as long as he
roves himself so worthy of it as he has in
he past two years."
If the hair is falfing out and turning gray,
:he glands of the skin nceed stimulating
wd color-food, and the best remedy and
itimulant is Hall's Hlair Renewer.
Death or the Wife of Judge Watts.
Cheraw, J.inuary 14.-8pecial: Mrs. Ri.
1 Watts. wife of .Judge Watts, of the 4th
~ircuit, died suddenly yesterday at her
iome at Cash's, in this countty. Mrs. Watts
nnovd with her husband and chiildlten to
er old he. in this county a year ago.
oo aft,-r her iLusband wvas elected Judge
f this ciremnt. She had been in failing
ea'-t to: smeIiL time previous to her death.
Rhem~atismi is primarily caused by ac
dax o.f th.-.bl.o1. Hood's Sarsaparilla
uriti-, the I o .1, and thns cures the dis
By some means our newvspaper file
has again becomie broken, and it is
portant that wve should keel) our
le intact. If anybody has the Times
f January 24th, 1894, anid January
1st, 1894, they will confer a great fa
vor on us by sending these two copies
HORSE. MULES.-McCOY IS GUO
Jing to) have anotber beig auct:on in
.Uhareston on Wednesday, Jaunary 23 Wait
or it. Look at his adlvertisement in anc
ion sales, F-uture days.
Itch on human, mange oen horses, dogs
snd all stock, cured in 30 minutes by
r'oolfor's Sanitary lotion. T'his neve-r
fails. Sold by Rt. U. Loryea, the drug
pst Manning, S. C.
WWANTED EVERYBODY T10 iAD
McCOY'S advertisement of a horse
utin in Charlestn.
SO. CAROLINA NEWS
A New Fight to be Made on the
GOTHAM'S PAIETTO CLUB COMING.
Senetor Irby Quite Ill-Tragedy at Wal
halla-Depot Demolished by
CHARLESTON, S. C., January 10.-It
has been pretty generally understood
for sometime that a fight over the dis
pensary law was brewing, and it was
to be a supreme effort on the part of
the opponents of this law to break the
The United States court will be ap
pealed to and the grounds of complaint
will be violation of interstate com
merce. This questioL has often been
broached and discussed, but so far
there has been no fight made on it.
Coods coning into South Carolina in
original packages were seized under a
law declared sound and constitutional
by our state courts, and it was not car
ried beyond this point.
The fight will be made under the au
spices of the Retail Grocery dealers' as
sociation of this city. The members of
this association are the men who claim
to have suffered most directly by the
It is further understood that a promi
nent Charleston lawyer, vho is satisfied
with the outlook in the case, has taken
the fight on a contingent fee.
If broken in this particular the op
ponents of the law believe that there
will be a better chance of throwing the
whole thing overboard.
It is expected that the fight w33] be
gin soon, but as to its end-well, the
next generation may live to see the de
cision, for we all have had experience
with the workings of courts on these
matters. The more weighty the matter
the longer it takes for a decision to be
OUT FOR SOUTHERN SPORT.
Nimrods of Gotham's Palmetto Club Seek
Game in the Carolinas.
NEw YORK, January 14.-A party of
sportsmen, members of the Palmetto
club of South Carolina, with their
guests, left fur Charleston last evening
for a few days' hunting upon the club
preserve, about sixteen miles above
Charleston on the Cooper river. The
preserve includes about six thousand
acres of high land, forest and marsh,
where the hunting for deer, wild tur
keys, woodcock and dusks is exception
ally fine. The club steamer, the Wan
derer, will meet the party in Charleston
today and take them up the river to
the preserve. The Palmetto club also i
owns Folly Island, the long, narrow
island in the Atlantic just south of
Charleston harbor, which was the scene
>t exciting events during the war. Its
facilities for hunting and fishing are
Baid to be unsurpassed among the sea
islands, and the club expects to make it
, second Jekyl Island by development
SENATOR IRBY QUITE ILL.
Ie Has Not Occupied His Seat in the Senate f
During the Present Session.
WAsHINGTON, January 11.-When the
oll was being called in the senate to
lay, Senator Jones of Arkansas an
iounced that Senator Irby of South
arolina was absent on account of ill
ess. Mr. Irby has not occupied his<
eat in the senate during the present
ession, and his friends here say that,
e has been kept away by an affection I
if the heart, and that he is at his home
n Laurens, S. C. They are uninform
d, however, as to his present condi-.
~ion, or as to the degree of seriousness.
r the trouble..
RAGEDY IN SOUTH OAROLINA.
Miflcer and Moonshiner Both Klled Iin a
Duel at Waihalla.
WVALHALLA, S. C., January 12.-Rob
rt Moore, a revenue officer and Robert
. Thrift, a moonshiner, shot and kill
si each other yesterday. Thrift wast
rrested by Moore for running an illicit<
listillery and was being carried by 1
Mfoore to WValhalla to be placed in jal..
hrift tried to escape by shooting~
~doore, who returned the fire. Each
hot struck a vital part, and both men
lied in a few minutes.
Depot Demolished by Lightning.
KERsHAw, S. C., January l.-The
harleston. Cincinnati and Chicago de
l,ot was struck by lightning at this
pace and totally destroyed by fire at
1:30 oclock last night. The loss will
each nearly $10,000. The depot was
well filled with goods, besides two car
oads of fiour, one car of miscellaneous
oods and one empty car were eon
Spartanburg Wvill Have Butler.
SPARTANB1URG, S. C., January 10.-As
oon as his term in the senate expires,
seneral Butler will move to Spartan
urg and form a copartnership with
udge Thomasson and Mr. Johnson,
formerly of Laurens, for the practice of
C:ommuted on the Eve of Execution.
CHARLSTON, S. C.. January 12..-Lin
oln Grant, colored. who was to have
een hanged at Mount Pleasant yester
ay. was reprieved Thursday, his sen
ence being commuted to life imprison
nent. His crime was murder.
Deaths in Greenville.
GREENVILLE, S. C., January 10.-Mrs.
M. J. Bannister died here to day. A.J.
?oseley, one of the oldest and most
rominent citizens of this county, who
ad been clerk of our court for several
ears, died here tonight.
PELHIAM, S. C., January 10.-Wednes
ay night the Baptist church here was
ttally destroyed by fire. The loss is
bout $1,000. partially covered by in
31iss Stevenson's Death Inevitable.
AsHEVILLEI. N. C., January 14.-No
encouragement in Miss Stevenson's con
ition today, although there has been
no change, materially for some days.
WHEN BANDITS FAIL.
n Engineer's Quick Eye Thwarts the Nov
CARROLTON, Miss., January 12.-As
the eastbotand passenger train No. 71,
n charge of Engineer Lindsy and Con
uctor Slaughter, was pulling out frorn
[ndianaola, a rapidly growving town 45
iles wvest of this place, a bold and
astardly attempt was made to tiag
nd. no doubt, rob it by an unknown.
umber of desperate nodeies, but En
gineer Lindsay quickly gathering in the
situation, throwed the throttle of his
engine wide open, sped by the unex-!
perienced bandits at a rapid advance of
schedule time. However, following
the example of the recently captured
Pantherburn bandits, they emptied
a volley of shots at the passenger
coaches and one shot ploughed a slight
flesh wound on the neck of Mr. Chas.
H. Ewing. who is engaged with Chester
A. Pond, of Moorehead. Several brick
were thrown in the colored coaches and
one colored man sustained quite a pain
ful wound. The dloors of the express
car were also bombarded but the rob
bers plans were easily thwarted by a
watchful engineer, wvho should be con
~,-atuiated upon his presence of mind.I
WHIPPED HER LOVER
Young Carolina Lady Cowhides
Her Old aweetheart in Public.
EVENT THE SENSATION OF THE HOUR.
The Wronged Woman Walks Into a Dry
Goods Store, Calls for a Young *Jan.
a Clerk, and Before Everybody.
Administers the Lash.
CHABLOTTR, N. C., January 15.-A
very pretty and neatly dressed young
woman went Into the Racket store of
Williams, Hood & Co., here yesterday
and inquired for John DeLane, a clerk
in the establishment. Confronting him
in the presence of several traveling
men, she produced an anonymous let
ter of an insulting nature, which she
accused DeLane of writing, at the same
time she took a cowhide from a bundle
she carried, and applied several smart
and vigorous blows to the young man's
head, before he made his escape by
jumping over a dry goods box. 'The
tongue lashing the young clerk re
oeived is described as being more severe
than the cowhiding.
The young lady was Miss May Hirt,
formerly of Charleston, S. C., at which
city Mr. DeLane met her and became
engaged to her. She followed him to
Charlotte, her family coming along
with her. Here the engagement was
broken off by Mr. DeLane, and at one
time the young lady threatened to
bring a breach of promise suit against
The clouds, however, rolled by and
everything seemed serene until the sud
den storm which burst in such fury in
the Racket store. Miss Hirt accuses
Mr. DeLane of writing many unsigned
usuting letters to her, which how
ever, he strongly denies.
Miss Hirt caused the arrest of Mr. De
Lane, accusing him of writing the
slanderous letters, and the mayor will
hear the case today.
SOUTH'S "FUTURE LOWELL"
itisens of Columbia Boom the Advantages
of the Columbia Canal.
COLUMBIA, S. C., January 15.-Colum
bia has a canl owned by a syndicate
>f eastern capitalists, which has 14,000
water power of horse power already
seveloped and plenty of sites for cotton
mills. In the last, year a $750,000 eleo
ric power mill has been erected here.
Seeing the promised move of the New
England cotton mills to the south the
itizens have been consumed with a de
dre to make this the "future Lowell."
Last night the city council met and
unid much enthusiasm the following
eolution was unanimously adopted:
esolved, That His Honor, the Mayor, is
iereby authorized to appoint a committee of
our, consisting of himself as chairman, and
2ree others. to visit the north for the purpose
9 interesting northern capital in the advan
ges to bo found in this section, and to invite
Apitalists to make investments In the city of
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
)ruises, sores, ulcers. salt rheum. fever
ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
orns and all skin eruptions, and positively
ures piles or no pay required. It is guar
nteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
efnded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
KNIGHTS OF MACCABEES.
The State Comzmander writes us from t
Ancoln, Neb. as follows: "After trying(
4ther inedicinesfor what seemed to be a
ery obstinate cough in our two children
e tried Dr. King's New Discovery and at
e end'of two days the cough entirely left
em. -We will not be without it hereaftet',
*s our experience proves that it cnres where
.11 other remedies fail.-Signed. F. W..
tevens, State Com: WVhy not give this'
Ireat medicine a trial, as it is guaranteed
nd trial bottles are free at RL. B. Loryeas
lrugstore. Regnlar size 50c. and $1.00.
.T MAY DO AS MUCH~ FORl YOU. -
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, Ill., writes
hat he had a severe kidney trouble for
any years, with severe pains in his back
,nd also that his bladder was affected. He
red many so-called kidney cures but with
t any good result. About a year ago he
egn use of Electric Bitters and found re
e at once. Electric Biters is especially
dapted to cure all kidney and liver troub
s and often gives almost instant relief.
)ne trial will prove our statenient. Price
aly 50c. for large bottle. At R. B. Lor
WEEK'S NEWS OONDENSED.
Iappenings of Interest, Domestic and For
The James river at Richmond is rap
Ohio legislators have decided to hold
a social session in Cincinnati on Febru
Charles Deitzel, the imprisoned Potts
rlle, Pa., miner, was rescued Friday
The Bennington has failed to find the
solliers, Montserrat and Koweenaw, on
the Pacific coast.
The United States cruiser Atlanta
has left Key West, Fla., with Bluefields
as her ultimate destination.
James G. Flanders, of Milwaukee,
has been appointed a special assistant
attorney for the western district of
Ex-Assistant Secretary of the Treas
ary J. Kendrick Upton has been ap
pointed assistant general snperinten
dent of the life saving service.
William C. Haight has been elected
president of the Northern Neck Rail
road and Transportation company of
B. F. Ayr has been elected president
of the Western Railway Association, G.r
S. Payson treasurer, and C. R. Babouf
It is stated on good authority that
the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton
and the Queen and Crescent will jointly
build a union depot in Cincinnati.,.
E. 11. Iherr has accepted the position
of assistant superintendent of motive2
power of the Chicago and Northwest
ern, with headquarters at Milwaukee.
The New Haven announces that
through freight rates to and from the
west will hereafter be the same at all
stations on its Old Colony system as at
President Depew, of the New York
Central was whisked along in a special
train between Albany and Schenectady
Saturday, a distance of seventeen miles
in fourteen minutes.
Chairman Widgley, of the Western
Pass Agreement, has issued a circular
directing members of that committee
not to issue passes that would come un
der the benevolent account.
The appointment is announced of
Carrie Liebig as a division surgeon of
the Northern Pacific at Hope, Idaho.
This is the first woman physician to be
appointed in the railway service.
Thomas Riley, ex-general superin
tendent of the St. Louis Kainsas City
and Colorado road, has been appointed
superintendent of the Monterey and
Mexican Gulf Line at Monterey. Mex.
Third Vice-President Baldwin, of the
Southern Railway, sets at rest all re
ports to the contrary that the head
quarters of the Western system of the
That Tired Feeling
So common at this season, is a serious
condition, liable to lead to disastrous
results. It is a sure sign of declining
health tone, and that the blood is im
poverished and impure The best and
most successful remedy is found in
Which makes rich, healthy blood, and
thus gives strength to the nerves, elas
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BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
fTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON. f
By Louis Appelt, Esq, Probate Judge.
W HEREAS .ilOsES LEVI MADE s
suit to me, to grant him Letters of E
kdmiistration, of the estate of and effects f
>f Elizabeth A. Bently.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
Il and singular the kindred and creditorst
if the said Elizabeth A. Bently, deceased,
hat they be and appear qefore me in the
3urt of Probate, to be held at Manning,
i. C., on the 24th day of January, next, af
er publication he-reof, at 11 o'clock in the
'orenoon, to shew cause, if any they have,
hy the said Administration should not be
'Given under my band this 9th day of .
ranu&ry, Anno Domiini, 1895.
Judge of Probate, C. C.
SN THE 15TH DAY OF FEBRUARY,
1895. I will apply to the Judge of
robate for Carenidon county for letters
lismissorr from the e tate of T. J. Cole,
leceased.~ J. F. COL E.
Seloc, S. C. Jan. 15th, 1S5.
L. W. FOLSOM,
- Sign of the liig Watch, -
~- Watches, Diamonds,+-:
- STERLING SILVER, CLOCKS, -
)ptical Goods, Fine Knives. Seissors and
Razors.1 Machiine NeedlesEte.
We offer a comiplete Rice Midi in one
lachine. The rough rice is placed in1
opper and comes out cleaned and pohsheda
endy for table~ uie. Macline canl be oper
ted with six-horse power. and will clean ~
00 bshel< of roug~h rice per day.
Of the lat,-st designs, vertical atnd hori
ontal, double and sing. gear. 5115 to
V. C. BADHAM, MANCR,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
WM.L N. BAHR & BRO.,
DEALERS IN AND MANUFACIUREIS OF
Cakes, Biscuits and Plain i
and Fancy Candies.
Penny Candies and Chewing Gums.
French Mixtures and
'319 KIng. Street C'HARLES10L, S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
MARION MOISE, Plaintiff,
CHARLFS M. NEAL, Defendant,
To the Defendant above named:
You are hereby summoned and re
:luired to answer the complaint in
tiis action, which is filed in the office
:)f the Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas, for the said County of Claren
Jon, and to serve a copy of your an
;wer to the said complaint on the
mubscribers at their office. Sumter, 8.
., within twenty days after the ser
rice hereof, exclusive of the day of
;uch service: and if you fail to an
awer the complaint within the time
iforesaid, the plaintiff in this action
vill apply to the court for the relief
lemanded in the complaint.
December 27th, A. D. 1894.
- LR & MoIsE,
rhe State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon,
By Louis Appelt, Esq., Probate Judge
NHEREAS CAROLINE JOHNSON
muade suit to me. to grant her
etters of Administration, of the es
:ate of and effects of Isaac Johnson.
These are therefore to cite and ad
nonish all and singular the kindred
tnd creditors of the said IsaacJohnson
eceased, that they be and appear,
:>efore me in the Court of Probate, to
:e held at Manning, S. C., on the 24th
ay of Jauuary, next, after publica
:ion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
ioon, to shew cause, if any they
iave, why the said Administration
hould not be granted.
Given under my hand this 9th day
>f January, Anno Domini, 1895.
Seal.] LOUIS APPELT,
Judge of Probate, C. C.
State of South CarTi7mr
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
[ N ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVIS
ions of an act of the General Assembly.
atitied on the 9th day of February, 1882, I
will be in the conrt house in Manning, in
e office of the clerk of the court, the first
onday of each month, for the purpose of
!lowing persons coming of age since the
ist general election to register, and to at
end to any other bnsiness pertaining to my
fficial duties. S. P. IIOLLADAY,
Supervisor Registration Clarendon Co.
P. 0. Address: Panola, S. C.
OFFICE COUNTY AUDITOR,
Manning, S. C., Dec., 5 1894.
The Auditor's office will be open
rom the second day January, 1895,
o the twenth day of February, 1895,
o receive returns of real and per
onal property for taxation in Clar
ndon county for the year 1895, and
or the convenience of tax-payers
vi have deputies at eaich of the
>aces named below to receive re
urns for the said year:
Pinewood, Monday, January 7th,
Packsville, Tuesday, January 8th,
Panola, Wednesday, January 9th,
David Levi's Store, Thursday ,Jan
Summerton, Friday, January 11th,
Brunson's X Roads, Saturday, Jan
iar 12th, 1895.
Jordan, Monday, January 14th,
Sch.ool House in St. Mark's town
hip, on Raccoon road, near IDuffe'
>ld store, Tuesday, January 15th,
Foreston, Wednesday, January
Wilson's, Thursday, January 17th,
Alcolu, Friday, January 18th, 1895.
W. M. Youman's, Saturday, Jan
Lar 19th, 1895.
Saul's Store, Monday, January 21d,
New Zion, Tuesday, January 22d,
W. J. Gibbon's, Wednesday, Jan
tary 23d, 1895.
J. J. McFaddin's Store, Thursday,
'anuary 24th, 1895.
Barrows School House, Midway
ownship, Friday, January 25th,
A good way for the taxpayer, who
Las much property to return, is to
ake a numeration of the number of
orses, cattle,mules, sheep and goats,
togs, watches, organs and pianos,
>uggies, wagons and carriages, dogs,
aerchandise, machinery, moneys,
otes and accounts, (above indebted
Less) furniture, &c., which will save
he taxpayer time, and enable the
,ssessor to progress in the work.
Taxpayers return what they own
n the fir-st day of January, 1895
All personal property, must be
eturned th's year.
Assessrs and taxpayers will enter
he first given name of the taxpayer
a full, also make a seperate return
r each p)arty for the township the
Iroerty is in, and where the tax
aver owvns realty, to insert the past
fflice as their place of residence, and
bose who only own personal prop
rity, to give the party's name wh~o
ws the land they live on as their
esidence, which aids the taxpayer
s well as the county treasurer in
aking the collections and prevent
Every male citizen between the
ges of' twenty-one and fifty years
ax the first day of .January, 1895, ex
ept those incapable of earning a
upport from being mamied, or from
ther causes, shall be deemed tax
All the returns that are made after
he twentieth day of February will
ave a penalty of 50 per cent,. added
hereto, unless prevented by sickness
r out of the county during the time
f listing. Not knowing the time of
sting is no excuse. And all owners
f real estate, might do their tenants,
ho cannot read, or take a news
aper, a great favor by making thei r
eturns or telling themx the timxe of
sting, and that if they fail to make
heir returns in time that the valua
ion has to be increased 50 per cent.
nless they have a good excuse.
The assessing and collecting of
axes is all dione now ini the same
'ear, and we have to aggregate the
mmber and value of all the horses,
:attle, mules, &e.. as~ well asthue acres
>f land, lots, and bu ildings. and their
alue, that there is in the county,
Ld have same on tile in the Comp
roller deneral's office by the thir
ieth day of June each year. And
ro that time to the first day of Oc
:ober each year the auditor's and
reasurer's duplicate has to be com
>leted and an abstract of the work
n the Comptroller's office by Ithat
ime which will show at a glance
hat the auditor has no time to take
n returns or do anything else much,
etween the first day of March and'
:he first day of October each year,
at work on the books and blanks.
herefore I hope that all taxpayers
wvill do us the favor of making their
returns in time.
J. ELBERT DAVIS,
Auditor Carendon County.
25 Per Cent. Reduction
Wilder CloNg1 aud Ull le e1
$18 Suit for $13.50.
15 " " 11.25.
10 "e " 7.50.
6 " " 4.50.
5 " 3.75.
All other Winter Clothing and.
Underwear in same Proportions.
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