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NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION,
1'th, 1:7 for l -.at' senator t,> l n th
lntxpired lermn .a:sic \:eant by tht
1tesignation t f lCin. 1.. M. Ulin-.
AN L .ECTION WILL BE HELE
at the several precinets established
by law in Clarendon County. 01:
Tues~dav. O c)tober 12t h 17, for ti
following olicer. to wit: Oie Statt
he' polls will open at : o'eloek. a.
mll., and close at 4 o'cloek. p. m.
AT thet close of tiit' tied~ionl ilit
mana1 er shall iimmediatel l roceve
to pui lielv iount th e b I allots. \V iti
in tiire' dlays tliereafter tlie Chair
man of the Board of Managers. 0
one of tIltill. to be tesig'nated ii
writ in hv the Board. shall _delive
to .the ('0illllissioters of Elect lol thn
poll list, the boxes c0ntaming th
ballots. and a written stateilellt 01
the result of the election at his pre
'ln MaIaer of Election shall re
quire of every elector offering tc
vote at such election. before allow.
in him to vote, ill addition to tilt
production of his registration certiti
cat e. proof of the payilenlt of pol
tax six months before said electi ol
of any poll tax then due and pay
l'hei MItiaaers shall adimister to
the person otfering to vote, an oath
that he is qualitied to vote at said
election, according to the c(nstitut
tion of the State. and that he has
not already voted in said electioni.
The following named persons have
been appointed Managers of Lle
tion to conduct this election. to wit:
Fulton at Fulton-G .W Snith, Nel
son Brown. J. C. Manning.
Calvarv at Hodge's Corner-J I)
Beatson,'B P Broadway. B \V Des
Friendship at Panola-J H T Col
liette. C W Brown, A 1) Rhame.
Sr. Paul. at St. Paul-J H Keels.
L M King. J F Richbourg.
Santee. at Jordan-R C nlomvden.
John W Clark. C R Sprott.
St. Marks. Duffie's Old 'tore-l N
Tobias. J W Cole. J S Mir -hun.
Concord. at Suunerton--C B Ay
cock. L T Fisher. L E Edwards.
St. James. at Davis . Roads
Selwyn Dingle, J J Gardner. J M.
Sammy Swamp, at Packsville-R
C Lackey, James McCauly. J N
Manning, at Court House-R H
Davis. J E Kelly, J H McKnight.
Mt. Zion, Wilsons-\W M Plowden,
J E Tobias. C T Ridgeway.
Brewington, at Fcreston-J A Bur
gess, C M Mason. W T Kelly.
Plowdens Mill. at Alcolu-E E
Hodge, Jake Harvin, J R B Hodge.
Harmony. at Chandler '-John G
Plowden. H L B Hodge, W E Daniels.
Midway, at Midway-McFaddin
McIntosh. J L Barrow, X H H
New Zion, at Boykins-J M Player.
W E Lavender, R E McFaddm, Jr.
Douglass, at Cole's Mill-L B Gib
son, T M Beard, Sam Smith.
Sandy Grove, at Barrineaus-WV
T Keniedy, R R McFaddin, \V H
One of the above named Managers
at each box will call upon the Board
of Commissioners at Manning, Octo
ber 9th 1897, to receive ballot boxes.
poll list, and instructions, and to be
ALONOZO SMIT H.
A J RICHBOURG,.
Commissioners State ElectionManl
ning. S. C. Sept. 15, 1897.
Special Federal Election.
For Spceial Election to be HIolden OXcber
12th, 1S97, for a Ris~.resentative to lRep
restnt the Gth Congresio~nal District of
South Carolina in Congress for the U n
expired Terrn of the 55th Congress.
AN ELECTION WTFLL BE HELD
on Tuesday. the 12th day of October.
1897, at the legally established poll
ig precinets in Clarendon County.
for a Representative of the 6th Con
ressional District of South Carolina.
n the unexpired term of the 55th
Congress of the United States.
The polls will be opened at
o'clock, a. in., and kept open with
oit intermission or adjournment un
til 4 o'clock. p. mn.
At the close of the election the
Managers shall immediately p~roeed~
to publicly count the ballots. With
in three dlays thereafter the Chair
man of the Board of Managers, or
one of them. to be designated in
writing bv the Board. shall deliver
to the Cotimissioners of Eleetion the
poll list, the boxes containing the
ballots, and a written statement o1
the result of the election at his pre
The Managers of Election shall re
quire of every elector oifering to
vote, in addition to the production
of his registration certificate. proof
of the payment of pol11 tax six months
before said election of any poll1 tax
then due and payable..
The Managers shall administer to
each person oflering to vote an oath
that he is qualifled to vote at said
election, according to the constitu
tion of the State. and that he has
not already v-oted in said election.
The following named personls have
been a01pointed to manage said Elec
tion by the Board of Commissioners
of Election for Clarendon County, to
Fulton, at Fulton-P H Broughton,
D F Lide. James B Richardson.
Calvary. at Hodge's Corner-J 1B
Stukes, Paul B Hodge, A 1) XWither
Friendshlip, at Painola-S P Hol
lada, Felix Chewning, T R Brails
St. Paul. at St. Paul-J H McCul
u. R M McKnight, J P Butler.
Santee, at Jordan-Johni C Gira
ham. T Morgran Davis, L L. Wells.
St. Marks,~at Dut11e's Old Store
J Moultrie Oliver. (i C Thames. S R
Concord. at Sununerton-(i X
Dingle, Jack Shorte-r, R B James.
S James, at D~avis Cross Roads
eo I Lesesne-, J B3 Walker. J H1
Horton Swamp. at Packsvilec-P
CCochran, N L Carraway, Jas C
Fri erson. atM .ig-VJRw
lison R A Ridgili, J F Bradhiam.
Mt. Zion. at Wilsons-J M Strange,
J Edgar Hal'ey. JetT D. Holladay.
Brewinton,. at Foreston--T 1.
agial. M J Blackwell, J Col John
plowden'- Mill, at Alcoiu-J J Net
tles. Jas C Harvin, W M Reams.
Harmuv. at Chiandler s-X I
Hdnal, J'H John--on, A H D) Chan
wayw a t Midway-G DI Snith,
HVrringi r, J W Barrow.
W lin, -t boy kiins-( M Hicks.
aat iue' Mill-WX J Tur
J J 1 'arraway.
J10S R G RIFFIIN.
S WV McINTUSIH,
nters Congres-ional Elei
The initiator of the Era of Low
Prices in Manning.
A:n, we wish t.\ V to iltubi an I t. our fri'-i iAwh Lhv.. p :ni:-1 ul
so jler:ly in t t h :l:t we -i ..:. r - - - f :2 1 '. by 1. y m.a\ m1i7. and all we
a k .i a ist t. r - r - n.1 :t - :.- 't: : : .2 .1 1\; wil !rv.. to .l lr Nt li e.
tion tha: we ar. 1 :! the lei 1.
.Ladies' Fine Dress Goodsr
Never h e mo uhan e tr: t- t icur. th. i : tt - and b st th:in s in this 1in,
as we did ti:.. fall, .and .; tiw forti n ye\ ars we aes r in the Drll!ss eo h ie
ampl iv its and~ acqua;iit1 uswithl the d1:.:.an . o C .r ::,
A beau':i~tiful n Worsted--, In all s l. -nv 1 l : 1 we. worth 12 1-2,.
A la-ge inhe of :i-nch wvi-1 'uahmer- and Fa:.y (1 Is, in all shad-s. ont v
20 .: sold 'I rvrwhere it 250.
A arge line of Henietta-, 42 ine w -. :. . er a
A large line of Lade' Cloth, 54 inch- whi . . a.
A large and attractive line of Drl, Fl.-s. : ,.,' . wi:"., in all shals., , nv
a5e. per yard.
We have also in stock a large quan.tit f Dre s- l'ttn . ran1ing I [r: from 5-.
to $1 1er yar.l and no t\wo aike. Si ,ie-, 1i wa:, t a tice *i: lui !kl not fear
of aiy on- else haing One lik; yours i yot bl from u:-.
We have a beautiful and larine i :!. kI, 11 1 . of : elvet . Ilibb1ons aid Gim1ps
to trim the above.
We picked up a large lot of tailor mled' uitings that are now worth 12 1-2e. that we
are offering at 83 1-3c. per yar 1. Cll t:ek if yo: wish to s.ent- a gool birgin.
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This is a de-rtmnent in which we t..ke a great deal of lride and we don't think you
will find a more up-to date place any whe:o in the State than i- foun.d at our store.
Our Miss Beekham has just ri turned fro: the Nortb. where slie has been paurehas
ing our full and winter stock of Millinery and study ing the styles, there:tore oir it!h
friends who favor us with their pai..nage tit tall cta' rest a.ure l t hat ti.y w:l I. the
latest styles on the marke-t.
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In this deparme-n: w\"e hive somtte x-al.. .,.a will j ut l; cn your eyes if Vou will
favor us with a call and g.et ou:r lrice-s. Tarue ti usan -1 yards ff the b-st standard
Prints. only 5c. per yard, well w'rth 'e. Thr- th:arnan yardk oi yard-wile Sa Ishein d
Homespun at 4 1.4-. r l- yard, ant taic:ng- imto c-on.s, ,iti:rat t.e i wet-it and tin
ish of this goods is vah:e einnet ieC uetlin thitt v::.
A large lot of 1-4 ~nbleae-d Sh tint, very '.!:vy. at 2-1,. per yar,. wei worth
Heavy 10-4 Blea:bil Shein a 25--. 1'r v. a.
Feather Ticking and Ma:ras .Tick:n, of a:l kinds.
Six thousand yards Quilt Patch Calico, fro:n 1-1 t> 3 yard leng:ths, 4but 40 yards in
a bundle, all fast colors. only $1 per bundle.
Four thousand yards Cheek Homtesp-un at 3 1-2-. 1--r vrd.
The best grades of Check Homespuns at 4 1-2e. and 5 1-2e. --r yar 1.
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In this departmen-t we own some values that we are ready to ci mparo with any boy
and are not afraid c-f being left. Ten dozen 31en's Work Shirts at 2-5-. --ach that we are
sure cannot be bought elsewhe me for less than :;ge.: 25 doz--n G ent's White 1-nlaandried
Shirts at 230. each that will cost yout fro:n 30e. t4 e. auywhere. '
Twenty-five dozen Ladies' Jersey Rlibbed V..-ts it 25c --ach that will cost 35e. any
where. Twenty- dozen Gent's H- avy Marino lUndervests that will we.ighl 13 lbs. to the
dc-zen, at 25c. We ask y-oui to cal andI s-e ils Vest anid we feel -ur. that it is one of the
best values we have ever otfered in this line.
We also carry a large lin~e of Ladies', Gent's, Children's In Infants' C--tton andI
Wool and Wool M1ixed Underwear and a'.l we aski is that vou give us a call wvn-n you
need --nything in this line and we wvill p-la- you.
Ten dozen 10-4 White Marsailles Bed Quilts or Sprea Is a: SUe. e ih tha: vou don't
commtonly buy for less than 75.
We aiso have a large lot of MLarsaili--s Spreads att 75-., $1, $1.25 anid Si 51 each.
W~e carry a large lot of alt k ands of Hosiery mn Gent's, Lali-'. M:s-' in-I Cliil
drn' at te lowest pss:bi-i prices.
Tw xentx ive Xezen-i L tai.-s' Fa-: itlil ac e.ie ll.., - t 10i I per~- pir. B-tter -gina I...
at 15, 20 atnd 25o. perc pair. Twenty-tive i.zen ( -:ts Fa-t I le-l S--aill-s llOse att 10c.
per pair. B~etterqline.i-s at 150. Twventy-t:ive d. z--u .\l :..e l': Black 5-aruless Hos)e
at 10ce. per pair. Cheaper ones, not warran tel. at -:. n--r ;a:r. O ne I hundre-d dlezen
Gent's Seamless Half Hose at 5c. per piar thit we.-tre sure ioan- t be b-ought in this mar
Let for less tb-in 8 or 10. per ur. A w- wan Is i e m Ier t prov whatL wea
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Gent's, Youth's and Children's
In thie line we ar ed aete I i in L i -n h-n:: e-;etx t apriu an
30 2l-ice Knee Suits at h5e. per Suit, wl xv -crth 75.
25 2 piece Knee Suits, front - to 15 year ob-l, t7-u:
25 2 piece Kne-- Sulits fron: 4 t- 15 year i- 3 at1 t
25 2:-it cc Knee Suits. froni 8to 15x-e - --0 1.).5
We can rtfer the best all wxol - (it' -e 'ls:a -i t i .1 intis :iarkt.
for SG3. aind a miueh liner all wool C-Smire V~w - nt, nic- -- -y li:i .i 1 < tt i. l~p-. tar
$7.31) and we-- have Gent sSuits at $S 51. id -n I d. t..are lice enou-gh for
any' o-. And just rIeember, -ent. that wxxxx- I E- - I Prt- tilt cania-, V- Jo snod
for the money wei ast for th..
A nilce quality of Jeans Pants, wool :i!!!-g, a '-. p -r p:r, wvell wvorth $1. Thte bus:
quality of Doeskin Jeans Pants at Si per Iairi t it hie - i s- - ina this ntirke: at $1.50.
A great bargain in Casimiere Pant., Si. 5 er paiir, thait xw-- f.- I sure are wel xxorth $2.
Call and see them. Fine Blick Clayv W-r5i-. I Pa:- at e50 tiLet e il everywx-hir- at
$3. When volt want anythintg in fhe Clothig 21- le 2t:- .0l glve nta a eall.
Crockery and Glassware.
D)ltancr Platesl- 4i.,50. and Guec per -et of l
a:- nd Saues 3bC.. St0e. an LI 5'c. pmr set.
C- vered B Dih- 4e. Icnd 5-)e. eu1h.
Alkin is 0 o-fl ) Dihes tou no~lfurou t.> men-tion.
Pitchers and-ic a--.~.t tI. an I 77.
A very ni eto Tmbl-:r5 ,t vnl 1- c. f-i .t . Thei tin-st Ithmin - lam biers
only 25e. us- iy 1dat4 -1,t
-nv.s F :s . an-d S; L Insi Iarge ..t- --.' Whil I-a Taa i T -. uSn
qulart Heavi oek Tinl LDih lin onl 1::. 14-gu1r .i 15- l-ga' do , 19 each:
.qrtSrainer Unei t at 12: whc- o i' u xny--.: re e r --4t~n23
A - lg lot of' Glascs Lamp', -Itan ling -1 -l ieh- i..bi t hinney a I ba r r- e-:i
W\e also carry in stoc the :it\e -v' I~n (':-t y- :t 1-i. /
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11en nieer we carry a nice an . x -el I- --ci--1v - a:211.-a t.
we~-s at ilotta price-s. A nice lha- - I2.:i.r - i-- : I I2
artcl -i e .-: :- 1.- El r ---.- r Gre- C-fce :. 121 2L.
per ponaun. Th bei. t for 1 --3- f- r -Utn
Int is-to our enetit~ - to trade ith-u ant & undx ri I xd ill nyman.
tot ur x ~ s for. thite a i - ---,-ta-mn
W. E. J E NKIN SON.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers.
S1'xnIFit. S. C.. Septeinhler, 1 97.
)ear Paltronsi:-Early in the season we anticipatedt a sharp advance in a
great iany iteins in the grecery line. more especially Flour. Cheese, But
ter. Starch. ('anned (Giods. Cakes. (Crackers anid Candies, as well as other
itnems. ( u r 1)uyers bFei connected direct with headquarters and in the
inarket all the tine. have been. keen to take advantage of the advancing
inarkets ant have boiugh t heavily along this line at Rock bottom prices.
W livite cinipetit ion froln any source and by naking inquiry for
piieI or enlli'n1 on its we will prove to you that we ean positively save you
money by traling with us. \\ e tak- p-ltalre iII quoting you 1low prices
on a Iew itlns in unbroken (puatiti e.:
Ne w York State linest siall re:al (:hItie T:wki-rel, .1 do. in ?a " .....
(hi-.'.................."' I1e. lb. ........................e per doz.
(' ormore ('hees(- at one till we wil StI sardinIes, Tomlatots and Peaches at
deliver fron: N. Y... .... 11e. Ilb. lower price than elsewhere.
Jalnestown Fancy r( rcainerV Butter Best Large C rystal Lump Stareb. 4U
fron N. Y........ ................ .. : 1 4e.
N. Y. Biscuit Co's Crackers in boxes, 'food ILuiek lakin: 'owders per ease
iu 111 box lots, we will deliver thein of 110t -inall or)o large.........z:,.75.
at pirice beliw. at your depor:i Soda, ta .ity g;uaristeed the best,
( ineir Snaps and XXX Soda ('rack- 1 aint 1-_ lbw ... ....4 1-2e. per lb.
es.......................1 1-'e. 1b- We are a"eits and headquarters
. iie. s andi it I.!mnti ('rackers...se. I). for the Ain.-rican Tobaceo (:o's goods.
1ug:r ('ake... ...... . t-ne. lh. Dukes ainI (vele ('igarettes. Dukes
fanny Mixed (akts...... -e lb Mixturt Sino!ing i'Tobacco. Old \~ir
Niennes ain IA ollins ill bbs....4 1-2c- tinia a d ()1id (ilitrv (hleroots.: Rat
Solas and Sipts.... . . . lb- tiers, :1 for .5 Cheroots anti can sell
Pure Stick Candy, in . lb 1). boxes. - them as cheap as froiu any source in
(hin Mixture in 5 lb. pails ....G .-e. the world. We sell the best elicalp
Superior Mixture in 2- lht. pails Cigar for .30. a box of 50 that is sold
. 1-2c. It. in any market.
(Tood Caraiels in 5j llb. pAils 7 1-2c. lb. Olr "King Korn" Cigar we bough t
loconnut itis and S es ri -> lb. at a special bargain at less than fac
hloxes ..................4t0e. per box. tors prices and offer while they last
->u varieties of the best Sel-ected, large at )4) per 1.(1(1( or ;:: per 1.O. "Sue
briglt Penny Goods, 1test designs. .. . or . ..
1(U full count to box. -i. and 50c eess', t'he king, of all 5e. Ciga:trs, $:3.>
per box. per 1,O00.
We carry a eoinillete line of line We have bought several ears of
Candies and 'akes. Flour before the recent steep ad
Coffees and Teas a Specialty. Choice I vance and will continue to sell at less
Roasted ('oil,, in 1 lb. pkgs. 25 ptkgs. than the mills prices. In Coffee, we
to east', our special price 12 1-_e. lb. have the greatest bargains we have
(food Alaska Salinom. 4 dotz. in east ever had. ra teiing from t 1"2e. lb. cal)
....1. .............t...i.. Ier doz. Soaps at faetorv prices Sugars. Ba
Finest ('otinniia Rilyer. 4 doz. inl case col. Lard. S;i it. it Itwest l)ssi
......... ............1. l ltt . 1 l I l r w ellouse is I ed
Oysters. No. 1 full weight. 4 doz. in with bargailts. (ive us a trial. We
case........ . ..........D0e. per doz. are in position to do yon good.
Yours very truly.
OROSSWELL & CO.
HRAR A AND CUTLERY.
W e are no stranger, t the people I
of Clarendon : they know us and our
.. iiethods of doing business. We ex
tend a hearty invitation to visit our
store. Our long experience gives us C
a great advantage over our coinpeti
tors and our patrons get the benefit.
Our stoek is la:ge and varied and our
prices are low.
We have added to our inneuse
stock of Hardware a largo line of
I c Harness, Saddles, Rubber and Belt
n.. Leather. etc.
(Ireat hargains in Guns. Pistols. etc.
I ~ Headquarters for Powder, Shot and
ShelIs loat led and emillptVi.
n;Rgine Supplies. Beltig. etc.
D. W1 DURANT & SON, 25
I Sumter, S. C.
232 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON S. C.
Stae Agents for the S de of
Wb' olen -4C 5Ti Pe
Stove, . .hetion
T -it:W r-,Tinr
Over 200 dmffernt stvles of ('ooking and Hea-ting: Soves.i aOil I ookers and Hea:ter.
We wanlt t he ie:vii'ug iuer'hiat in every town in the- Cat-- ti se!!om mr inc of St ves.
Wte uat eeii~ full prtec-ti in in his terrmtory to each-l :ip r t o :11 If nm: - l -3
vont town send to us fir ellis and pr ea.
Percival Manufacturing Co.
Doors, Sash and Blinds.
748 to 486 M EETING ST.. CHARLESTON, S. C.
I~. w. FOS~V
Sign ofth ig W XatebL,
,~ct ~ ~ ~.---A 10G LIN1' GF --
wBirthday, Wedding and~ Christmnas Presents
- WATCHES, DIA.MONDS -
Fine Sterling Silver Clceks, Optical Goods,
AllI repairing gumiaate ed.
TH CAROLNA GROCERY COMPANY
Successors of BOYD BROS.
THOMAS WILSON, president.
195 East Bay - - Charleston, S. C.
Jos-ru Fi . Rux.m.. \W - t. -~ i-. J iI .1 FR GINKoG i
R HA31E & DAVIS, DEN lIST,
.17itIhNEYS .1 LAW,1 MA BNING. S. C.
MANNxli s. c. OFFTCE IN MANNING HUTEL
We are now ready to
show you one of the
most complete lines of
Fullis liillg goods
in the history of our
Mfen's Sitls from~ $2 to $23.
.- Dan dy all wool Suit at
$4.50 (Blue, Black~ or
Boys' Sits fromz $2 to $15.
Child' Suits, ages 4 to 16
years,-50c. to $3.
Hatfs. 15c. to $3.
Caps, 10c. to $1.25.
Our stock is com
plete in every respect
and it gives us pleas
ure to show it.
Watch this space
sumtor, - -s. c.
County Treasurer's Office, Clarendon Co.
Manning, S. C., September 18, 1897.
The tax books will be open for the col
lection of taxes for the fiscal year commenc
ing January 1st, 1897. on the 15th day of
October, 1897, and will remain open until
the 31st day of December, following, after
which time a penalty of 15 per cent. at
taches to all unpaid taxes.
The following is the tax levy:
For State purposes, five (5) mills.
For Constitutional School Tax, three (3)
FI'r Ordinary County Tax, three and
the . :ortl b :34 milts.
Fo Pc t Indebtedness, or.e-half of one
miL (1 1-2). Total 12 1-4 mills (outside of
Special Schoo Tax l
Special two a 2) mis. S )l Tax. School
D....rict-No '' . To' t-d 11 1-4 mills
m D trct "19 '
p-l~eemal four o Tal: . School
D)istric t -No.. "". '1,tat it 1-4 :.ialts Schio!
Siweial four (4) miS, School Tax. School
Di-triet-No. "21". Total 16 1-4 mills,
Seb.ol District "20".
Every male ct:zen betw-en the ages of
twenty-one and sixty years, except those
incapable of earning a support from being
maimd or from other canle, and exc'ipt
thole who ar- now exempt by law, shall b+
deetmed t:aab~ l 0.
The law r. q pres that Commutation Road
Tax :hall be paI i for tho succeeling year
wii n State an. (unty Tax"s ar- pail.
S. J. BOWMAN,
Tr'-asurer Clarendon County.
W L. DOUCLAS
$3 SHOE in theord.
For 14 years this shoe, by merit
alone. has distanced all competitors.
W. L. Douglas $3.50. $4.00 and $5.0) shoes are
the productions of skilled workmen, from the
best material possible at these prices. Also
$2.'0 and $2.u) shoes for men, $2.50, $2.00 and
$1.75 for boys
W. L. Douglas shoes are indorsed
by over l.co.tu wearers as the best
in style. fit and durability of any
shoe ever offered at the prices.
They are made in all the latest
shapes and styles, and of every vari.
ety of leather.
If dealer cannot supply you, write for cata
logue to v. L. Douglas. Brockton. Mass. Soldby
E. C. HORTON.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
W. D. Coker, Plaintiff,
Simon Fleming. Defendant.
Summons for Relief Complaint not Served.
To the Defendant, Simon Fleming:
Yon are hereby Summoned and required
to answer the complaint in this action,
which has been filed in the offie of the
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for
said County. and to s.-rye a copy of your
answer to the sai.1 complaint on the sub
scriber, at his oflice, at Manning, in said
County within twenty days after the service
hereof, exclusive of the day of such service;
and if you fail to answer the complaint
within'the time aforesaid the Plaintiff in
this action will appiy to the Court for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
B. PRIEssLEY BARnoN,*
September 11, 1897.
To the Defendant, Simlon Fleming:
Take Notice that the Complaint in this
action together with the Summons, of which
this is a copy~was filed in the ofiice of the
Clerk of the Court for Clarendon County
aforesaid at the Townof M1anning in the State
of South Carolina on the 11th day of Sep
temaber A. D. 1897.
B. PPassLEY~ BARBoNt.
iCH EA PEST.
We arel n1ow mavking
s laugfhtering~ p r 1 e e s
on all our1 goods and
at price that have2
never bieen heard of
We will niot try to
mislead by marking0
0 o011 gooti' in odd4
cents anld hlif cents,
but give you straig~ht2
W \e will give you a
a ai of Men's
ShIoes for 9.5c. A
pair of' Ladies' Shoes
8 for (85c., 75c., '$1 UP
8 to $:3. We will give
yua pair of Pants
for 45c. w~ o r th
iNow is tihe time to
burl~ Blankets and
Qunlts. W e are sell
8 in. 1hem vIery low.
8 Our MiIlinery is nIow.
8 oing3]l ill and all are
8 invited to colme and g
$ ins~pect same.
8 ! ami yours for cheap
i H. D. RIFF. 2
STATE OF SOUTH CABOUINA,
Od~iy of Clama~don,
.1 l1thate Judge.
r as. IA L. PEAG.
L pl.to:m. to grant bi
3.:;.r,, i of the estate oi
I .--. r h r et and admonish
di ,in a th k;-dre an.i creditors
-athe 'a Will P. Peagler, deceased.
'It they be an-I appear before me, in the
ourt of 1Probate, to be held at Mlanning.
s. t ,on the 7th day of Septemiber next, af.
.r pulblicattion thereof, at 11 o'clock in the
arnoon, to show cause, if any they have.
why tbe said administration should not be
Given undor my band, this 8th day of
September, Anno Domzini, 1 97.
(Seal.) LOUIS APPELT,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON.
Philip B. Thorne. plaintiff,
Martha Elizabeth Walker, John F. Walker,
Kate Walker, Judge H. Walker, Benja
min Walker, Leon Walker, Liuwood
Walker, Homer Walker, Mavola Walker,
and Sinkler Walker, defendants.
Suimiions for Relief.
(Conpia:at not served.)
To the delet,dant KaLte W
YOU ARE HEREBY SUIMONED AND
required to aswer the cut: plaint in this
action, which has L. t !!:-,I t the otfice of
Clerk of Counrt of Conneon PicsL for said
County. and to serve a copy of your answer
to the said complaint on the ,;ubscriler at
his office in Mannina', S. C., within twtty
days after the service thereof, exclusive of
the day cf such service; and if you fail to
answer the complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will
apply to the court for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
B. PRESSLEY BARRON.
Manning. o. C., Sept. 7th, A. D. 1897.
To the defendant, Kat: Walker:
Take notice that the e ,mnp:aint in this
action together with the ,:a:nons of which
this is a copy, was tiled in the office of the
Clerk of the Court for Clare: ion County at
the town of Manning, :n th.e State of South
Caro:n. on the 7th day of S-"pten.ber, 1897.
B PR ESSLEY BARRON,
J. L. WILSON,
Notary Public and
Will place Fire Insurance in THE PALA
TINE INSURANCE COMPANY, of En -
land and the SUN M1UTAL, of New
Orleans. Also represent THE PRUDEN.
TIAL Life Insurance Cownpany of Ameri
ca, one of the strongest and beat compa
Call on Inc before t.aking out your insur
OFFICE AT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE,
MIANNING, S. C.
T3 State of South Carolinas
Notice is hereby given that in ac
cordance with an Act of the General
Assembly, the books for the registra
tion of all legally qualified voters,
will be open at the court house; be
tween the hours of 9 o'clock, a. in.,
and 3 o'clock, p. n., on the first Mon
day of each month and for three suc
cessive days, until thirty days be
fore the next general election. Minors
who shall become of age during that
period of thirty days, shall be en
tit ed to registration before the
books are closed, if otherwise quali
G. T. WORSHAM,
S. G. GRIFFIN,
E. D. HODGE,
Supervisors of Registration.
Manning, S. C., January 1st 1897.
C. C. LESLIE,
Wholesale and Retail Commission
fish, Oysters, Game
Fish packed for country orders a special
ty. No charges for packing.
Send for List.
Consignments of country produce are re
spectfully solicited. Poultry, eggs, etc.
Stalls Nos. 1 an d 2 Fish Market. Office,
Nos. 18 and 20 Market st., east of Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against the es
tate of R. H. Ccx, deceased, will Drpent
them auly attested, and those,
estate will make payment to,
Vox, Williamsburg County, S.
Omrcz or CorsTry SUPEx
MaxIso, S. C., Sept. 1,:.
In accordance with Section 49(
Statutes, it is unlawful for- perst
gage in or offer for sale any pi
cartridges less than .45 calibre,
knckles, without nirst having o
Now, therefore, take notice:
son found dealing in pistols, car
kneckles without first having pa
Coutnty twenty-five doliars for a 1
ic prosecuted, and if convicted.
ne piUtshed by a uine not over $5
prisened not more than one year
at the court's diseretion.
T. C. 0
HAS A FULL LINE
Ice Cold Soda Water
ad Milk Shakes
UP TO DATE.
AT BROCKIN TON'S.
Oeo.S. Hacker & Son
-4gg m a n ilnu
WINDOW AND FANCY