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y, March 20, 1895,
es Wo ye the Cash to Spend this
Spring - Do WeU to Give Us a Call,
r We eaNie Lse of Goods, and
we Ia to Se Them and Sell
y not here to make idle
gh the columns of this
no intentions of proving
ba e are here ready to prove
mance we make, and do
e article we advertise, and
the prices quoted.
uline of 36 inch dress
- all the spring shades at
ut 'ol line of laces and silks
t6- the above.
line of muslins, lawns, and
at very close prices. Call
u want a nice cheap bat, give
We will please you.
a have a nice line of children's
y' cape from 15 to 25:. each.
* carry as nice line of chewing
as any house in town, and
mind that we sell it cheap.
you want flour, sugar, coffee
er n, give Jenkinson a call. He
eavor to give you an hoiest
W. E. JENKINSON.
ery Democrat be out next Satur
verybody come to the mass meeting
colege ha now 328 students
N are new boys.
is v scarce and in order to get
ut a lot of-hustling.
olc.e baa now a fall supply
of Callwhen in need of anything
- .don W. Barron, recently grada
sted pharleston medical college came
ley, of the Williston High
in Manning last Monday in the
his Zourishing school.
'Th tof testimony in the McLaurin
has already b , and we
learn during several of nex
-week ination of witnesses will be
confectionery for sale by B. B.
-- are out for the marriage of
Grayson, of Foreston, and Mr.
Jobn- of Santee. The Marriage
win in the Foreston Methodist
-eu& Wednesday afternoon at 4
ladie's gaue undervests 5 cents
- eahge 25 cents. Horton Burgess
- w good time to subscribe to the
times as an extra inducement we
hase - on exhibition in the show
Levi's store our prize ma
bine. and look at it. and you are
gon'a y it is a beauty. This machine
isforty-lye dollars and some one
of oar up snederibers will get it sure.
. Shoeare often used as evidence
in-the- a very often convict. Some
' nSolhcitor Wil
- k ertain * on. The same
y be worn y two different
taa, seldom the that their leg
tUerm themnafed b zesof pinestraw
~wlb y another hin the ebein of
forusale by .ryea, the -drug.
-Ths' ' ;.tho death of
L wife of Mr. A.
treceved here yesterday
-where Mrs, o had
-ben 't t bar danghter, Bar
was sixty-eight years of
-ad been sc for some time. Ee
ube. Accopanied by
ated ,she went to Mayesville,
enshae died. The newsawas re
gaived th sadne by the entire comn
-iuiy the deceased was highly
ostemed.interment takes plae In
-etary in Smter.
V ne much cow. Apply at
Wen are bard economy is an easy
-ta In conversnai with Mr.
- .et the Summerton section,
wer last year he made Eve bales
of eottom, undred and thirty bushey
of: cern. orty bushles of potatoes.
That he for making the crop and
'dollars. This is what
makinng money on a small
an'Denbow continues farming,
aang sueh a'small cost we .see
no rpasos should not become rich.
-.asa 'ed three years and on
aecent f .pressedeconditonof afairs
.helbas not invested in things of com
goet, for ebild has he.
- rs n eun nse for sale
.annil~ng'ja yesterday visited by a lady
d rummer. ~Telady is Miss Ellen Caddell,
FtwaAdaughter of Mr. G. K. Cad.
lelt a C fdea veteran, who had lost
Sleg in -at~ and who will be remembered
bymany here, as he was in this town a
- aber of 1yenars, engaged in taking
. -eae an g watches. Miss Cad
delfis a bri' ~woman and now that
her father's Ihealth has rendered him al
*most helpl*.ashe bas undertaken to sup
port him amily. This lady deserves
thie kind .aia of all with whom
she may co iu contact, and although it
Isuual alIsdy to be traveling about
. as- themotives prompting it
mos enitl tothe respet and protec
tisa of all m.,~
Pull eenc arazors exchanged for 'any
.- ~bran~dold heavy razors at A. B.
-For geUlied potatoes, go to R. B.
- 14ryea, the druggist.
- Piguredln'silk for shirt waist only
15 eents per ard. Horton Burgess & Co.
- Fr sle.- t a bargain, one registered
Jessy cow wit$ eIf 14 months old; one
hoese; one toj buggy; one open buggy;
mnd one wgh
-Apply at M~nng Times office.
. aboubl 'o Smith & Wesson 38 cal
- tbre-pistoL. f~inder will please leave
it at the Manndag Times office. A reward
-*We have in ttock needles for the follow
ing sewing -~hner: American. Davis,
- Domnestie, Hou: bed. New Home, Reming
ton., Singer (alli styles), Victor, Weed,
-Wheeler k Wilson, White, and Wilson,
-also, rubber, belts, and Excelsior sewing
'b e oil, warranted not to gum. B. B.
- ea, the duggist.
44i and 6-4 4 il table covers very
cheap. Horto urgess & Co.
---Our spring ads are here, ready for in
spection. Giv us a look before buying
well save yo ;money. Horton Burgess
'- Ladies are in ted to call and examine
>y stock of fine wer seeds. R. B. Lor
-yea, the druggi
-- 2,500 yards a spring ginghams dress
styles, at 5 and , cents, sold elsewhere at
S.A ni cnts .... n..,r..s ro.
Editor The Manning Times:-No
use to write you about the weather,
as every one upon this continent and
elsewhere, knows exactly what it is
and has been. But as I am an old
man of nearly sixty-eight summers,
it may not be unimportant to announce
the fact, that I have never before
known such a winter as the one we
have just passed through, When I
was a boy of six or seven years old.
we had just such a cold winter.
Never have I known such a quantity
of rain in any winter season before
however. The laws of nature are
only adjusting matters to its natural
equipoise. Our earth has certain
amounts of forces given to it for the
purpose of preserving its size and
shape, as assistants to the two great
similar controling laws of this great
universe. Looking at forces from
this standpoint, we should not mar
vel at nature's convulsions, since the
necessities of man compel him to
make use of what lies upon her
bosom as well as that which is im
beded within her interior.
"Man may cut down, he may dig, he may
Yet, nature's stern laws wfll be sure to re
Every flaw in her poise, let cost what it
With electric convulsions, or storm lights
Now Mr. Editor, it does really
seem as though man is ever edeavor
ing to out do the fury of nature's con
troling laws, without the. same neces
sity for so doing. Natdre's laws are
obliged to accomplish just what we
see them doing. But has man #ny
excuse whatever, for his stiring up
both religious sAnd political storms?
Why should he do so? He cannot
either excuse or defend himself suc
cessfully. God hath created the
white man for nobler purposes than
those of any of the other races, judg
ing both from his capacity and what
he has accomplished. No use to
reason here, as the history of the past
and that of the (present, make up a
monument of evidence in support of
his superority. Why then should
we of South Carolina, call to our as
sistance any but white men, in the
framing of our new State constitu
tion? Let us unite like brothers and
go ahead, regardless of the timid
fears, that the United States will
undo our noble work in behalf of
the sacred nights which bath been
bequeathed to us by our brave, gen
erous, and whole ancestors. It we
will but be as firm and steady as was
Stonewall Jackson at the first battle
of Manassas, I tell you, the great
National Democratic party of this
country, will never suffer our consti
tutional work undone by any power
upon the face of this earth. We
should then create no party storms
against our hopes, our interests and
our rights. In the language of the
great Langdon Cheves I would say:
"Great God unite us, and the tale of
snbmision shall never be told."
White men, when they become de
moralized and degenerated, are sure
to do more mischief than any other
people upon this earth, because of
their ability to do so. When we
look to their past history, we really
think, that they should be afraid of
themselves. Talk about men of eith
er party in our State beirg afraid of
their rivals!' I sincerely wish it were
so. Were such the case, they would
not contend so fiercely one against
the other. The simple truth is just
this: Both parties are justly. afraid
of radical and Repnblican authority
and control. That is the reason why
South Carolinians can quarrel with
out disgracing themselves more than
they have. It is a shameful disgrace,
for the men of South Carolina to
have lifted up there voices and arms
against each other. I am heartily
ahamed of what share I have taken
in our unnatural strifes and disunions.
May we forgive each other, and shake
hands and join hearts in our con
stitutional convention, is the best
and sincere wish of my heart!
Packsville, Clarendon County, S. C.,
March 5th, 1895.
A HUMOROUS FACT
about Hood's Sarsaparilla-it expels bad
humor and creates good humor. A battle
for blood is what Hood's Sarsaparilla vig
orously fights, and it is always victorious
in expelling toul taints and giving the vital
fuid the quality and quantity of perfect
health. It cures scrofular, salt rhem, boils
and ether bood diseases
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and
effciently on the bowels and liver. 25c.
Grand musical and dramatic entertain
ment. A concert will be given at the Silver
town hall on the evening of Friday. March
22th, at 8 o'clock p. m. The sparkling
cmedietta, "misformune" will be played by
a talented troupe of amateurs. Admission,
20 cents, children 10.
The following pupils merited thei medals
for the week ending March 15:
Mavin Strange made average of 97.2 on
physical geography, latin penmanship.
english dictation, arithmetic, spelling,
ethics, history, punctuality and deport
ment-the best in the Collegiate class.
Lucille Alsbrook made 90.1 on grammar,
geography, history, ethies, dictation, spell
ing. penmanship. deportment, and punct'
ality-the best in the intermediate class.
Julius Clark and Albertine Loyns made
the best in the primary grade.
Lizzie Warr was voted the conduct
E. C. Ar.sBnooE.
The sooner you begin to fight the fire,
the more easily it may be extinguished.
The sooner you begin taking Ayer's Sarsa
parilla for your blood-disease, the easier
will be the cure. In both cases, delay is
dangerous, if not fatal. Be sure you get
Ayer's and no other.
COMMiSSIONER SLAUG HTER.
Believed That lHe Winl succeed BimeH
With the Assoclation.
SAVAxxAn, Ga., March 16.-The com
mittee of Southern Passenger associa
tioni to nominate a commissioner under
the new agreement met here yesterday.
After discussing the situation the com
mittee adjourned without formulating
any report until March s7 in Atlanta.
The names of several candidates were
before the committee and it is inferred
that the present commissioner, Mi.
Slaughter, has been agreed upon.
THEIR WAGES INCREASED.
Another Evidenee Showing That Biusiness
Prospeets Are Brightening.
H~yavu., Mass., March 1s.-J. H.
Winchell & Co., whose factory trouble
has existed since the opening of the big
strike, notised their 700 employes last
aght that after this week their wages
in every d epartmaenit would be in
creased tire cents per ease. With this
increase the firm will pay the highest
wages of any loesi shoe muanufac
White Man's Rally.
To Democrats of Clarendon:
The undersigned citizens of Clar
endon county endorse the efforts
that are being made to unite the
white men of this State on the much
discussed question of the constitu
tional convention; and believe that
the preservation of white supremacy
can only be had by the united efforts
on the part of white men and Demo.
crats regardless of factional affilia
tions. Therefore we as Democrats
orge upon all Democrats who favor
the laying aside of factional differ
ences in the matter of choosing our
delegates to represent us in the con
stitutional convention to meet in
mass meeting in the court house in
Manning March 23d, there to decide
whether we shall send three repre
sentatives to a conference, looking to
the uniting of the white men which
will be held in Columbia, March 27th.
This is an important matter worthy
of the solemn consideration of every
white man and we hope this call will
result in bringing together the peo
ple in a large mass meeting.
Louis Appelt, E B Gamble,
W H Cole, I I Bagual.
W D Gamble, Jos. Sprott, Jr.,
S W McIntosh, A Levi,
T H Harvin. P B Hodge,
J S Canty, C L Emanuel,
A J Richbourg, T J Tisdale,
J H Burgess, J M Strange,
A J White, R H Griffin,
E D Hodge, D F Lide,
B R Gibson, C R Felder,
J F Bradham, W T Kennedy,
L K Howle, Jeff M Davis,
C R Sprott, J H Jobnson,
LL 'wells. J W Cole,
W 8 RichbLurg, J V Kennedy,), '.
S J Bowman, E R Plowden, Jr.
D J Bradham, W J Tuborvilie,
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter. chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refnnded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
R. B. Loryea.
A HOUSEHOLD TREASURE.
D. W. Fuller, of Caijoharie. N. Y., says
that he always keeps Dr. King's New Dis
covery in the house and his family has al
ways found the very best results follow its
use; that he would not be without it if pro
curable. G. A. Dykeman, druggist, Cats
kill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's New Dis
covery is undoubtedly the best cough rem
edy; that he has used it in his family for
eight years, and it has never failed to do
all that is claimed for it. Why not try a
remedy so long tried and tested. Trial
bottles free at R. B. Loryea's drug store
Regular size 50c. and $1.00.
DID YOU EVER
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for 3 our
troublos? If not. get a bottle now and get
relief. This medicine has been found to
be peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure
of all femnale complaints, exerting a won
derful direct influence in giving strength
and tone to the organs. If you have loss of
appetite, constipation, headache, fainting
spells. or are nervous, sleepless, excitable.
Wlancholy, or troubled with dizzy spells,
Electric Bitters is the medicine yt u need.
Health and strength are guaranteed by its
use. Large bottles only fifty cents at I. B.
Loryea's drug store.
Editor The Manning Times:-As I prom
ised to let you hear from our town again. I
thought I would give you a few lines. Our
town is getting gaite famous for capturing
theives. Several of our neighbors shot
and captured two robbers from near George
town. It seems that these fellows have
been playing their hands pretty success
fully in the lower part of .dhe count,. but
alas, they carried their ducks to a bad mar
ket. They had robbed several stores and
the parties were after them, but after fol
lowing them tonear Greelyville they gave
up the chase. Mr. L. B. Browder saw them
pass his place, and he soon summoned
help, and the posse of men gave the three
white robbers about a three mile chase and
overtook them. As soon as they called
them to halt, the robbers opened fire, and
Mr. Browder with his posse returned the
fire with buck-shot, which brought two of
them down; the other one escaped. His
hide wont hardly hold water by this time
as he carried off some shot from Messrs.
Boyd and Turtle's guns. These two un
fortunately were shooting small shot.
We have had considerable rain in this
section. The farmers are very much be
hind with their crops, and politics is carry
ing the day now. We find a plenty of can
didates out already. They are pretty early
ut I guess they think the early bird
catches the worm. We have five candi
dates out for sheriff. I think Mr. W. H.
Campbell, our agent at this place, will wipe
up the earth with his opponents, for he is
about the only Reformer that is going to
About the constitutional convention I
hardly know how our county will go; but
you can depend upon one thing, we will
never give the Antis an equal number of
delegates with the Reformers; if we do, it's
good-bye dispensary law, and we are for
the dispensary law first, last, and always.
The; negroes are registering in this conaty
to a man and preparnng for a fight.
Greeleyville, S. C.. March 18, 1895.
STATE Or Onmo, CrrY r ToLEDo,
Lucas Coust!. s.
FnaxF. CENEY makes oath that he
the senior partner of the firm of F. J, CaE
NEzY&Co., doing busirness in the City of
Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOL~L RS for each and every
case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of HALLs CTABrin CUnE,
FRAN'K J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
presence, this 0th day of December, A. D.
[sEat) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and
actsdirectly on the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. Send for testimonials,
.F. J. CH ENEY & CO., Toledo.O0.
piDSofd by Druggist, 75c.
The Y. P. C. A.
'.The meeting last Sunday afternoon con
ducted by Messrs. J. W. McLeod and P. B.
Thames was one among the best this year.
Interesting thoughts were expressed by
several members of the congregation on
the subject of fidelity.
The association will meet next Sunday
afternoon in the Baptist church at 5 o'clock.
Mr. A. S. Briggs will conduct the meeting
on the subject, "Love of Jesus."
The music is always good, the discus
sions interesting, and visitors are cordially
oft has been suggested that the addition
ofcornet to the choir would lend material
The members of the Manning Gaurds
are hereby ordered to be and appear at
their armory in dress uniform at 4 o'clock
Saturday afternoon March the 30th inst.,
for the quarterly prize drill for gold medal.
Every member is expected to observe
this order whether he has a uniform or not
come in blue if you have not the arey.
By order of W. C. Davis,
W. M. LxwIs, Captain.
Tnrtsr Assoxsarso.-Miss Annette N.
Moen, Fountain, Minn., says: "Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral has had a wonderful effect
in em'ing my' barother's children of a severe
and dangerons cold. It was traly astonishj
ing how speedily they found relief after
akneg this rearation."
WEEK'S NEWS CONDENSED.
The next international medical con.
gress occurs in Moscow in 1897.
Fifty rabid dogs are said to be at
large near McClenny, Fla.
Baron Fava, the Italian Ambassador,
has returned to Washington.
The Harvard-Princeton debate will
be held March 27 instead of March 22.
A fish and game protective association
has been formed'at Saratoga, N. Y.
Another anti-trust distillery will be
built at Terre Haute, Ind., or Pekin,
The smallpox scare has produced an
order for compulsory vaccination at
Western railroads are hauling seed
grain free to destitute farming eom
The Yale faculty deny rumors of ad
ditional cases of varioloid among the
Major Martin is eating a bird a day
for forty days at Raleigh, N. C., so far
A Terr Haute, Ind., girl, thirteen
years old, has been arrested for esate
matic barn burning.
Pittsburg has raised the $50,000 "oos
sary to carry throagh the next KnIghts
The annual meeting of the Anti-trst
distilling company was held at Tere
Haute, Ind., Tuesday.
T. V. P.owderly has formed a laws
partnership with District Attorney.
Jones at Scraton. Pa.
The Vermont state board of health
has ordered a quarantine on all cattle
brought into the state.
Marquis Imperiali, the secretary of
the Italian legation, will leave shor
for Europe, to remain several mouths.
Edgar T. Paul, the millionaire real es
tate dealer, was arrested at Chicago for
obtaining money under false pretenses.
Manuel Amalgro, the Argentine mia
ister's bookkeeper charged with embez
zlement, was released at 'Oshington
It is announced that a successor to
Ward McAllister has been found in thw
person of J. V. L Pruyn, of New York
City and Albany.
It is denied that either ex-Congress
man Williams or Josiah Quincy is to be
the democratic candidate for governor
Nelson Harris was fined $170 at West
Appomattox, Vs., last week for living
with a colored woman, by whom he
had several children.
Official returnsof imports into France
for January and February show 602,
315,000 francs against 809,535,000 franes
for the corresponding period of 1894.
The Boston city treasurer refuses to
allow Curtis & Motley to withdsaw
their bid for the city lan at a price
which the latter claim was a clerioal
Superintendent White. of the railway
mail service at Portland, Me., has or
dered that postal clerks shall have free
transportation only over their regular
William Thompson has been sent to
jail at Cleveland, 0., for burning boys
with acid and sending them out to beg,
under something like the . Itailan
Baron Birsch has sent some three or
four thousand Russians to the Argen
tine Republic, and he hopes to have a
Jewish community there of t00,0O0
within ten years.
The French industry of Icing milk 1s
an original departure in tinned comn
modities. The milk is frozen and
placed in block form in tins and
hermetically sealed:.. -
Queen Victoria, accompanied by Prin
--s 'Beatrice, started yesterday for
Portsmouth en route for Nice from
Windsor. Empress Frederick will co
cupy Buckinghan Palace.
The Bucyrus, Ohio, Telegraph had s
woman's edition the other day, sold
by ibetty newsgirls, who got 'all mots
of fancy prices for their papess A
silk copy sold for $100.
.A. V. H. Carpenter, for thirty years
general passenger agent of the Mil
waukee and St. Paul road, is dead..
His name, it is said, had appeared on
more railway tickets than- that of ay
Rumor says W. K. Vanderbilt may
mary the Duchess of Manchester,
formerly Miss Consuelo Yznaga, a sis
ter of Fernando Yznaga, who at one
time was the husband of Mrs. William
K. Vanderbl's sister, now Mrs.'
Silas M. Waite, who caused a $200,000
defalcation at Brattleboro, Vt., in 1880,
died at Omaha last week. He served
six years in prison and was prosper
ously connected with the Omaha and'
Grant Smelting company at the time of
These is great indignation in Han
over, N. C., over the departure for Utah
of eight residents of the county who
have been converted to Mormon faith.
The delegation was accompanied by
two or three elders, who have been do
doing missionary work about there for
two or three years.
Chicago has over thirty elevators,
which handle $140,090,000 bushels of
grain every year. The Union stock
yards cover 350 acres and cost $3,000,
000. They have eight miles of streets
and receive 8,000,000. head of stock
every year. The meat exports exceed
One of the savings banks in Portland,
Me., had a book presented for settle
ment recently, which was opened in
1863, with a deposit of $200, followed b
$200 in 1884, and $300 In 1804; totalde
posits $700; df which $528 was with
drawn in 1878. There is now due the
depositor a balance of 8,027.97.
Mrs. L. C. Hughes, a woman of Kan
sas City, Kan., tied up the Kansas leg
islature the other day so that It was
unable to "turn a wheel." Mrs. Hughes
is chief enrolling clerk of the house.
She says that the state owes her $800
for extra services and when her bill
came up her tactics stopped all bust
To every man in Clarendon County:
This will inform you that I aim agent for
Wannamaker & Brown, "largest clothing
house in America.
When you want clothing of the best ma
terial, best workmanship and best lit at
lowest price, come and see me.
The resources of Wannamaker & Brown
as clothiers, are unlimited, and you can
enjoy the benefits of t. eir resources by con
sulting me when in need of clothing.
Elegant samples of all wool material for
spring 1895 just received, come and see
them.E. S. ERIVIN.
For Wannamaker & Brown, Philadel
Manning Baptist, Church Directory.
Preaching every Sunday. at 11 a. m.
Sunday school every Sunday, 9:30 a. m.
Prayer ueeting every Wednesday 7:30
Deacons' meeting tirst Friday in each
Womn' issonary Society me~ets every
Fridlay before the 4th Sunday.
Sunbeamzs Missionary Society meets see-.
ond Sunday in each month, 3 p. mn.
Teachers meeting each Friday, 3 p. mn.
GEORGIA COTTON GROWERS.
A State Assoolation Organized and Of
fBcors are Elected.
AT.ArrA, March 19. - The Georgia
Cotton Growers association was organ
ized here yesterday. W. A. Broughton
was elected president and J. Lindsey
Johnson secretary. An address was is
sued urging the farmers to spend noth
ing that is not absolutely necessary.
The use of home made fertiliters is
urged as is the reduction of the cotton
THE ROAD'S GROSS EARNINGS.
The Nashville, Chastanooga & St. Loui's
Statement for February.
NEw YoRK, March 19.-Vor February
the Nashville, Chattanooga, & St.
Louis road reports gross earnings of
3840,831, a decreabe of $16,680; net $185,
390, decrease 8903, and surplus, 810,802.
decrease 84,311, and for eight months
to February 28th, gross $8,096,005, in
crease 356,596, net 81,285,628,. decrease
$7,96, and surplus 271,471, decrease
The Alabama White 'aps Case Postponed.
WABsHrTox, March 18.-The Alaba
ma white cap cases were on the calen
dar of the supreme court for argument
yesterday, but were postponed until
Monday, the 25th. instant owing to the
lack of preparation on the part of
Wood Werkag Factory For Jackson, Mia
JAcmsoN, MIss., March 15.-Western
capitalists have made arrangements to
start a wood working factory In this
city. Work will begin on the plant
the middle of April. Between 75 and
200 hands will- be given employment.
No Woman gafragedan Now# Scotia.
Hmnx, . S., March 16.-After a
lively debate the woann suffrage meas
ure was defeated in the house of assem
W last night by a vote of 21 to.12.
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W. L. DoucLAs
3 SHOE 9.
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reo. . Peoplewe r me
W.LJDouglas $3& $4ShOes
All our shoes are equafy satisfactory'
They ghete et al e frtem
Thequ weatrn oes ar es
Horton, Burgess & Co.
and Mill Men!.
We have on hand fifteen Corn
ills, sizes 20 and 30 inches diame
er, made of Aes'pus Stones, guaran
eed to be of old quarry stock. We
annot afford to carry these Mills
ver. They must be sold, and we
are offering them at sacrifice prices
o cash buyers.
Tahtt al !aterm hgiuu ai Doll,
Plantation Saw Mills.
I am General Agent in North and
South Carolina for H. B. Smith Ma
hine Company, manufacturers of
Planers, Moulders, Re-Saws,
ad all other wood-working ma
hinery, and will sell at bottom fac.
I 3 Irce 3rick Mchim
n hand at Bargain Prices.
~ COLUMBIA, S. C.
OTICE OF RECISTRATION.
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
TN ACCORDANCE WITH.THE PROVIS
.1 ions of an act of the General Assembly,
ratified on the 9th day of February, 1882, I
will be in the court house in.}I1anning, in
the office of the clerk of the court, the first
Monday of each month, for the purpose of
allowing persons coming of age since the
last general election to register, and to at
tend to any other business pertaining to my
fficial duties. G. T. WORSHAM,
Supervisor Registration Clarendon Co.
P.,0. Address: Seloc, S. C.
Notice of Apglicadio for linl Dischge.
HE UNDERSIGNED HERBY GIVES
lKotice that as Administratrix of the
Estate of Louis T. DesChamps, she will ap
ply to the Judge of Probate, for the County
f Carendon, at his office in Manning, in
said County, at 12 o'clock noon, on the 22d
day of April, A. D., 1895, for a final dis
:harge. Vxora A. DzsCniXPs,
Admninistratrix of said Estate.
March 20th, 1895.
Notice to CreditorS.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS,
Lagainst the estate of A. WV. Thames
Sr., deceased, will present them duly at
testd, and those owing said estate will
ake payment to
Mis. A. W. TH AMES,
Silver, March 12. 1895.
Notice to Creditors.
LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against the estate of Elizabeth A.
Bentley. deceased, will present them duly
attested, and those owing said estate will
mae payment to M.d nLtrtor
Manning, March 12, 1895.
Ith on human, manuge on horses, dogs
and all stock. enred in 301 minutes by
Woolford's Sanitary lotion. This never
Eal.Sold by R. 1B. Loryea, the drug
gist, Manning, S. C.
Mr. J. W. Kindiman
Fort Lawn, . C.
Best For the Blood
Hood's Proved Its MerIt-Eczema
"I have used Hood's Sarsaprilla and
know It is the best medicine for the blood
I have ever taken. Two years ago I had
a ore on one of my limbs below the knee.
I Spent Many Dollars
for medical attendance and treatment but
all in vain. At last a friend urged me to
try Hood's Sarsaparilla. I told him It
would not do me any good as I had the
best of doctors in this vicinity attend
me and they said it was a severe case of
sea. Hetprevafled upon me however
to take one bottle and when At was al1
H cood's ar
taken Inoted a slight
improvement. Ihave Xures
now used six bottles
sady lgis well.- Had it not been for
Hood's Sarsarilla I do not think 1:
would ever bave conquered my com
Hood's Pins ure a lier is, eonstUW
Von, biliousness, skk headce, indigesto,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
W. Scott Harvin, Plaintiff,
John P. Brock and The Bank of
JUDCMENT FOR FORECLOSURE AND SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTURE OF A
udgment of the Court of Common
Pleas, in the above stated action,
bearing date March 1st, A. D. 1895, I
will sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder for cash, at Clarendon
court house, at Manning, in said
county, within the legal hours for
judicial sales, on Monday, the 1st day
f April, 1895, it being salesday, the
following described real estate:
All that tract or parcel of land sit
uated in Clarendon county, in said
State, containing two hundred
acres, more or less,, and bounded on
the north by lands of James M. Rich
ardson and A. J. Holladay; on the
east by Mrs. A. J. Holladay and Mrs.
T. R. Brailsford and John 0. Brock;
n the west by John 0. Brock and A.
P. Brock; and on the south by laLds
of John 0. Broek and lands of AIrs.
T. R. Brailsford.
As directed by said judgment, the
above described premises will be sold
in two parcels, as follows:
First: Said premises will be sold ex
epting from the sale a tract of land
nown as the Brewer tract, contain
ng ninety-eight acres, more or less,
nd covered by the mortgage of The
Bank of Manning referred to in said
Second: The said Brewer tract will
hen be sold.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
. D. J. BRADHAM.,
Sheriff Cliarendori County.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON
CURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
J. Wesley Broadway, Plaintiff,
Ella E. Andrews, Julia A. Hoylo,
Amanda J. Boyd, Moses L. Har
vin, William A. Harvin, and
John J. Harvin, Defendants.
JUOCENT OF FORECLOSURE AND SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
udgment order of the Court of Comn
non Pleas, to me directed, in the
aove stated action, bearing date
ebruary 28th, A. D. 1895, I will sell
at public auction to the highest bid
er, upon the following terms: one
alf cash and the balance on a credit
f one year secured by a bond and
nortgage of purchaser, at Clarendon
ourthouse, at Manning, in said
ounty, within the legal hours for
udicial sales, on Monday, the 1st day
f April, A. D. 1895, being salesday,
he following described real estate:
All that piece, parcel, or tract of
and, situate, lying, and being in
larendon county, mn the State afore
said, containing fifty acres, more or
less, lying in or near Packsville, abnd
ounded on the north by lands of
Shadrack Robinson, east by lands of
R. J. Holladay, south and west by
Lands of M. Levi, having such shape
arks and boundaries as will more
fully appear by reference to a plat: of
the same made by P. G. Benbow,
D. S., and dated October 18, 1885.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
D. J. BRADHAM,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF OLARENBON,
By Louis Appelt, Esq., Probate Judge.
W HEREAS, ROBERT E. BURGESS
made snit to me, to grant him Let
ters of Administration of the estate of and
ffects of Samuel A. Burgess.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
Bll and singular the kindred and creditors
f the said Samuel A. Burgess, de
eased, that they be and appear, before me,
in the Court of Probate, to be held at Man-i
ning, 8. C., on the sixteenth day of March,t
next, after publication hereof, at 11
'clock in the forenoon, to shew cause, if
ay they have, why the said administration
should not be granted.
Given under my hand this twenty
seventh day of February, Anno Domnini,
Judge of Probate C. C.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF OLARENOON,
By Louis Appelt, Esq., Probate Judge
HEREAS P. B. HODGE
Nmade suit to me, to grant
him Letters of Administration,
of the estate of and effects of S. F.
These are therefore to cite and ad
mnonish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Est.S F Hodge
deceased, that they be and appear,
before me in the Court of Probate, to
be held at Manning, S. C., on the 30th
day of March, next, after publica
tion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to shew cause, if any they
have, why the said Administration
hould not he granted.
Given unde~r my hand t his l:stha lay
f arch. Anno D)omjini. la!J.
ISeal.] LOUIS AP'PELT.
Judg of Probate, C. C.
H )WARE! . 1
R. W. AINT &SO
ER, S. C.
To Our Claren S:
We are now p lower prices than ever. Call or write for
what you want. 0 plete. We have added to our
IMMENSE STOCK OF kARDWARE
A LA.RGE LIN O~F
Paints, Oi.s, Eto.,
HARNESS, SADDLES, LEATHER, ETC.
Great bargains in Gurs, Pistels, etc. Headquarters for Powder, Shot,
and Shells (loaded and emptf'.)
Engine Supplies, Belting, &c.
"*fort"" COOKINC AND HEATING STOVES, wara-te
WM, SHEPPERD & Co.
ASSORTM ENT ||:'w- ~ Goods,Etc.,
-OF- -AT- *
7i Cook in la re
Send- for circlam
Tnware, andpriee lists.
No. 232 Meeting St., CHARLESTON, S.C.
As rgoe o --zoe-n. a7-;
sls m ef , e s of&Ut w ua d s b
ersaly aOn) c p it orlsd.
& deon ly-&& byf 1GUReG 7amtm M me&h Q CO. 3L p York
A .k your grocerfor It s ry .
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Optical Goods, Fine Knives, Scissors and
* Razors, Mtachine Needles,Eto.
Without aPa lll . ThDrgit
The Columbia State to its LNRF',FRYS N RSA'
COI.U uBjA. S. C.atES
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-4 R. B. LORYEA,
aaau~S ien f GldeaMora.The Druggist.
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JOSEPgn1of Golden Mortar.DThe Druggist.
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