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THE MANNING TIMES.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17, 1886.
B. S. DINKINS, Editor.
To Meet the Charge Squarely.
The letter of "Farmer" published in the
Tnczs of the 3rd inst., seems to have at
tracted considerable attention, especially in
Charleston. To the cXws taid (%ari-r and
the business men of Charleston the charge
is astounding and seems to be almost be
yond their comprehension. We are glad to
note in this connection that both the Ve:rs
and Courier and the Charleston Exchange has
shown a disposition to instigate proceed
ings to investigate the charge, with the ul
timate object of meeting it fairly and square
ly. There can be no doubt that the heavy
lossage in weight of cotton shipped to
Charleston is injuring the commercial rep
utation of that good old City. ft is not on
ly the farmers who complain of this loss in
weight, but our merchants, from the small
est to the largest. The following corres
pondence between Capt. F. W. Dawson,
editor of the Setes and Courier, and the edit
or of the Tnns, indicates that Charleston
means to ferret out the black sheep in her
commercial fold:
CHLrLESTos, S. C., Nov. 9, 18S6.
To the Fitorof the TnieS,
Dear Sir:-i published in the NacXs aw?
Courier to day some extracts from a letter to
your paper, in which it is charged by a
"Farmer" that there was a loss of weight,
amounting to seventy four (74) pounds on
seven bales of cotton, which were shipped
to, an sold, in Charleston.
At a meeting of the Charleston Exchange,
which was held to-day, a resolution was
unanimously adopted requesting me to as
certain for the Exchange the name of the
farmer who shipped the cotton in question.
the name of the factor who sold it. the date
of shipment, and all other facts connected
therewith.
In compliance with the request of the Ex
ehange, I respectfully ask that you will give
me the name of your correspondent, or as
certain from him the particulars which are
asked for, the object being to meet the
charge squarely, in order that the whole
truth may be made known, whatever it is,
and the reputation of Charleston for fairness
and good dealing be vindicated promptly.
I am.
Very truly Yours,
F. W. DAwsos, Ed. N. & C.
31ANNING, S. C., Nov. 10, 1SS0.
Capt. F. W. Dawson, Ed. Xews wad mtrier,
Charleston. S. C.
Dear Sir:-The author of the article sign
ed "Farmer" is at present beyond my reach.
As soon as he can be communicated with I
will write you further.
Your's respectfully,
B. S. Drsrass, Ed. M. T.
M.Lmxrso, S. C., Nov. 13. 1886.
Capt. F. W. Dawson, Ed. Xeirs and Courier,
Charleston. S. C.
Dear Sir:--Since writing to you I have
communicated with "Farmer," referred to
in your letter of 9th inst. His name is Col.
S. Warren Nelson, of Jordan post-ofiice.
Col Nelson requests me to state that he will
write to you in reference to this matter with
in a few days. He further says that it was
owing to his absence from home in attend
ance on the State Fair, is why the editorials
in the News and Courier were not brought to
his attention.
Very truly Yours.
B. S. DL-xns, Ed. A. T.
FACTORS AND FARMERS.
We i-' "e the attention of our merchants
and farmers .o the following editorial clip
pod from the Yews and (0urier of the 13th
inst.:
We . suggest to farmers everywhere n
South Carolina, who have found that,
their account sales of cotton in Charleston,
they have been credited with a less amount
of the staple than the weight at the time of
the shipment, that they send the name of
the factor, the number of bales shipped, and
the date of the sale to the Charleston Ex
change or to The ,etes and Courier. Every
transaction will then be promptly investi
gated.
The reports concerning the loss~ of weight
of cotton on shipments to Charleston are
undoubtedly injurious to the trade of the
city, but they cannot be disproved unless
such facts are given as will enable each
shipment to be traced and the tr-ansaction
scrutinized from beginning to end. PFa
ers who send the information desired will
benefit themselves and do justice to Charles
ton. Nowhere is business conducted more
strictly and honorably than in this city, in
spite of the statements to the contrary, so
commonly made for the benefit of other
markets. Charleston has no cause to fear
the light, and invites the fullest inquiry in
to commercial ways and means in the city.
THE STATE FAIR.
The eighteenth Annual Fair of the Agri
cultural and Mechanical Society is now
recorded among the events of the~past. It
was held in Columbia on the 9th, 10th, 11th
and 12th inst., and as to its success there
can be but one opinion, and that is, that
the Agricultural and Mechanical Society
may well feel proud of their exhibition.
The exhibits this year ecmpare favorably
with those of previous years. The atten d
ance was fairly large, especially on Wednes
day and Thursday. The usual gang of
.Eakirs, who at these annual fairs always
reap a harvast with their different gtames of
chance, were made conspicuous by their ab
sence. It was generally remarked that al
though these gamblers were a nuisance and
a means of relieving our unsophisticated
country brethren of their loose change, still
they made the grounds wear a business-like,
and lively appearance that was in a meas
ure lacking at this fair. The horses'
and cattle this year were unusually fine,
and seemed to have been the attract
ion for a majority of the visitors. The us
ual exhibits in machinery, fancy work, ag
ricultural products, etc., were to be seen.
Of course the race course was well patron
ized. Clarendon was well repretensed by
both her sons and daughters, but we ar~e
sorry to say she hrzd nothing there to show
to the people of the State that she is a prog
ressive and industrious county.
A full account of the fair is given on the
4th page.
THE STATE BAR ASSOCIATION.
The Executive Committee of the South
Carolina Bar Assocition met Thursday and
appointed the following Committee of ar
rangements:
Messrs. S. P. Hamnilton, W. K. Bachmn
John T. Sloan, Jr., J. Ancrum Simons, John
P. Thomas, Jr.
Committee of Reception-Messrs. .James
H. Earle, A. B. Haskell, Edward Mcrady,
Jr., D. S. Henderson, Knox Livingston,
John J. Hemphill, Y. J. Pope, J. H. Hey
ward.
Th~e annual meeting begins Wednesday,
December 1st, at S P. 3L.
The annual dinner on Thursday, at Hotel
Jerome.
Hon. Thomas M. Cooley, late of the Su-I
preme Court of Michigan, will deliver the
annual address. He is a distinguished law-I
yer, judge, text writer and author of the
standard on Constitutional Limitations.
Ex.
C. Bart & Co.
IMPORTERS A2xD WHOLES~ALE
FRUIT
77, 7) & $1 Market St.
(' lld '>LL T'uN, S.u '
Annual Report
--0
Of the Board of County Coninis
sioners: of Clareindon County of
County Claimns A pproved for the
Fiscal Year Conui ineneing No
vebIer st, 1,IS 5.
1 H. H. LXese-lne, Sher
iff's dietingi aeroulnt . 2 15
2 3arion Sndersher
itl's dihtilg account . . :5
:3 John S. Wilson, Trial
J. ustice ................
4 Rt. m. Thompsoni, Triai
Justice.. . . . . .
Jon I Wilson, Trial
Justice, fee in lunacy . 1
6 N R01-1s ichaldSon, TF.
J. constable ............ 1250
7 1). F. 31 ahoney, Trial
Justice 6tle. 2
8John 'Z. Wiol.Sh Trial
Ju .ti. ............... . : :
dieting "etounit ... 55
1) R. 31. Thompson01, Triai
Justi. .. ... 8 33
11 P. 31. Windham, Court
house work............ 3
12 H. 11. Lxesne, Sheritls
dieting acIount... ... 7510
13 John II. mahioy. Tri
al JuStice............ .25 00
14 John S. Wil-ion, Trial
Justice ................ : :
15 C. C. Thames, Jury
Commissioner......... :30 00
1; Walker, Evans & Co-s
well, book for ('k C'rt 1G 00
17 J. F. Norris, chairs for
Court-house........... 48 (0
18 H. 1-. Lesesne, Sheriff's
gen'l account......... 217891
19 W. K. Bell. freight and
hauling safe for 8herilf 44 (17
20 J. D. Griffin, special
constable.............. 400
21 R. 31. Thompson, Trial
Justice............. ... 833 i
22 W. L. Reynolds,service
on Eq. Bd.............. 4 30
23 J. 31. Knight, service
on Eq. Bd............. 6701
24 Anderson Boykin, ser
vice on E"(q. Bd ......... 5 10 1C
25 31. Levi, asgnee, ser
vice on Eq. .. . . . .. 11340 11(
26 James A. Burgess, ser
vice on Eq. Ik ........ .4 2010
27 J. H. 3MeKnight, ser
vice on Eq. Bd. ..... 4 50 1
28 W. J. G ibbons, service
ol Eq. Bd............. 5 40 10
29 E. R. Richbouirg, ser
vice on Eq. INd........ 450 1
30 T. J. Cole, service oil
Eo. Bd ................ 3 50 1
31 Edw. Perry & Co., sta
tionery supplies....... 33 751
32 11. 11. Lesesne, SherifTs
dieting account....... 23 50 11
03 R. 3. Thonipson, Trial
Ju-tice................ S 3 11
34 Emma Dickson, scour
ing and wash'g at jail 1 50 11
35 1). F. Mahoney, Trial 11
Justice const.......... 1250:11
36 John S. Wilson, Trial
Justice............. 3333 11
37 J. J. Blartield, supt)t. poor
house.... .. .. .. .. .. .. 29 78 11
:38 C. 31. Richardson, Trial
.Justice................ 33:3 21
39 Norris Richardson, Tri
al Justice const..... .. ..12 50 11
40 W. D). 3[eFaddin, ser
vice on Eq. Bd. .. . ......5 50 1.'
41 .J. 0. Brock, service on
Eq1. 1kl. ... ... . ....... .4 70 12
42 Anderson Boykin ,ser
vice on Eq. Bd. . .... ....5 10 12:
4:3 J. Hi. 3lcKnight, ser
vice on Eq. B3d... .......4 50'12:
44 T. J. Cole, service on
Eq.Bd.................350 12.
415 31. Levi, assignee, ser- -
vic o. E<q. Bd4..........3 80 '12.
40 D). F. 3[ahoney, Trial
Justice constable. . .. 45 12"
47 N. 1B. Barrow, service - -
on Eq.Bd........ ......500 123
4S F. 31. Barwick, bridge
repairs................ 20 00 12:
49 R. 31. Thompson, Trial
Justice...............333 121
50 J. J.BIragdon, Trial Jus
tice..... .. .... ......... 1500 13(
51 John S. Wilson, Trial
Justice................3333 131
52 3lanning Times, adver
tising.................14G00 135
53 W. J. Gibbons, service
on ED1. 1Bd.............. 550 13:
54 3loses Levi, coffin for
pauper.................85..13
G rand Jurors, jury ser
vices................. 10930. 13E
Petit .Jurors, jury ser
vices .................;315 00 13(
State Witness wit
nessese' eertificate... 22 2o 1:37
Court Constables, con
stable services .........290(0 138
55 W. Scott Hlarvi.n, lum
ber and hauling... 1030 130
56 John ii. 3Iahoney, Ti
al Justice........ 200 140J
57 John F. 3celveen. Ti
al .Justice Constaible 375 141
58 -R. 3I. Thompson, T1rial
Justice ...S... 33 14L
59 H. 1H. Lesesne, Sher iffs
gen'l account ..........6345 14:1
60 H. H. Lesesne, Sheriffs'
gen'iaccount............985 1441
01 J. E:. Hicks, bridge re- 1-45
pairs.................. 1600
62 C. L. Witherspoon, Ju- 146
ry Com'r's servie--... 18 00
6:3 3lanning Timtes, adver- 147
tising................. 375,,
04 John S. Wilson, Tra I4S
Justice. ..... .... ... 3:33
65 11. H1. Lesesne, Sheriff,' 14')
dieting account........12:35
06 D). F. 3Iahoney, Trial 150)
Justice constable........12 50
07 N. B. Barrow, lmber 14 71 .151
68 C'. C. Thames, Jury
69 C. 31. Richardson, Trial
Justice ................ 1;0, 15
70 11. H1. Lesesne, Sheriff, 154i
convey in)' prisoners . . 29 15 1)5
71 Norris Richardson, Tiri
ail .Justice constable. . . 1 S 75 1 A
72 Ladsoni Fraser, bridge
repairs... ..............100 15
73 S. A. Rtigby, supplies. . 21 4''
74 S. A. Riigby, poor hiouse 15b
75 J. Ji. Bragdon, Trial 15:.
Justic t..... . . 2500
7 It. M. Thom)pson, Trial
Justice................ '8:
8 T. L. Player, Trial Js
tie ............. ..... 18 75
9 Hr. 1I. Le-esne, Sheriff-s
dietig accou it ....... :6 5
0 Edwrd Perry & Co.,
printin. roadC law.... 1525
1 J. L 31~olhn, srvi
ces oil Eq. I1l........ -1 SO
SJas. E. lDavis:, -wrvice!.
a Clerk o( Court .. 9 65
3 Jas. E. 1 ):t'sc, 4erv ices
it., Cherk of* ourt . . ... . : 1
Petit u.1 ror., ju ry er
v ices ............. .... 9 8
State %itnesse% , wit
nes' " eartificates........ 2025
Court Con!sta ble, Coi
.tahle svice. 850
.1. J. Conyers, School
Coi'r, postage stallps 1 00
.5 Stephen Fleming, br'dg
repairs................ 200
t J1. J1. Bragdon, TriaL
J1uszt ic e ................ 3
,7 (G. F. Avant, Trial Jus
tice Coitable........ 20 83
). F. 31aloney, Trial
Justico Consta ble ..... 12 51
9 John S. Wilson, Trial
.Justice ........... .... 66G7
0 J. J. Bartield, wood for
School Co nnissioner. 225
1 R. 3[. Thompson, Trial
Justice ................8S8
2 herring A Co., F. P.
saife 'or Sheriif........ 3'2 :5
3 L. A. Wheeler, special
constable ............. 250
1 11. H. Lese-ne, Sheriffs
dietin e(ounlt....... 2-100
5 Norri- Itichardon, tri
al justice constable .. 25
6 C. 31. tichardson, trial
justice.............. . 1 67
'7 I.. J. (;reen, bridge re
pairs .................. 1 4 G 00
S W. W. Newman,jail re
pairs.................. 6 00
9 John S. Wilson, fee in
lunacy.......... ..... 100
0 J. W. F-eming, trial
justice ................ 16 61
1 1. 11. Lesesne, Sheriffs
gllenrl account ....... .3134 1~
'2 .11. If. Lesesne, sheriffs
dieting nveliout...... 5.50 60
3 R. M. Thoipson, trial
justice................ 8 13
. .H mn, ign
pauper's grave.........1 50
5 F. 3M. Barwick, bridge
repairs................. 675
6 T. L. Player, Trial Jus
tice constable......... 1875
7 -J. W. Fleming, Trial
Justice................ 8 :
8 Simon Reardon, bridge
repairs................ 5200
9 C. -M. Richardson, Trial
Justice................ 1G 6
0 Norris Richardson, Tri
al Justice constable ... 1250
1 J. J. Bartield, bridge re
pairs.................. . 9 00
2 J. J. Barfield, burying
pauper................ 1 .5)
3 3oses Martin, lumber. 5 64
4 J. E. Hicks, jail repairs 2 00
5 E. S. Sauls & Son, dam
age C ................. .. 00 01)
i J. 11. 3Mahoney, Trial
Justice................ 25 0'
7 John S. Wilson, Trial
.Ju-tice................ GGG7
4 R. 3I. Thompson, Trial s::
Ju.tije............... 3
1 J. .J. Bragdon, Trial
Justice.............. 0
) Ge. 3L H icks, lumuber
and bridge repairs ..... 20 00
I Wi. W. Fld~er, b.ridlge
repairs................ 1004)
G . F. Avant, Trial Jus
tice c~onstable..........1250
D~r. Wmn. E. Browvn,
post miorteml examh1 . .. 14) 0
IA. 3M. Sally, Sheriff'
dieting account..... 2145
HI. H1. L.esesne, 5herifl'
dlieting account..... .1340
general account... 81
11.11. Lesesne, Sheritf's
general account.........19 5
E. J. Gireen, bridge re
pairs............... (3000
4F. N. Wilson, Insur
anee premi. (In jail. . 3540
WV. W. .James, bridge
repairs................ 100(44
E wd. Perry & Co., C.om
missioners' supplies... 1 71
L. B1. G ibbons, bridge
repairs................ 8100
J. J1. Harvin, bridge re
pairs...................b004
R. 3[. Thompson, Trial
Justice.................833
J. J. Bragdon, T1rial
Justice............ .83
John F, 3teElvecn, Ti
D)r. L. WV. Nettles, ex
am1inling~ two luna~ties. 144 04
J. D). Askins, bridge re
pairs.... ..............117
H1. HI. L e.sne, Sheriff'
dietng acout . . .. ..240 153
J. 1). Alsbrook, J. P.
J. WV. F'leming, TJ.rial
Jus~tice....... .....8..
tice conlstale... .....(.
Jerl. 3I iller, hauling
lumber..................400
J1. J. D ickson, Ilumber ..10 5;
Walker, E~vanIs 4kog
weltl, station'y for Aud. 305
Ed.Perry 4k (o. writ
book for Sheriti.... .)20 00
John14 S. W.ilson, Trial
Jus-tice...................3333
IDen Dickey, cleanling
jail wel........ ...125
Thomas Tinnnitonis, dig
ging 2 graves for paIup's 200)
James F. Strange, mank
ing 2 pauper coflins ...144 00J
John J. Barlield, biridge
repairs................ 9950O
Ellen (.erald, nurse at
poor3-house5..............8544
C. R. Hlarvin, lumber. (.44
C. C. Th~ames, Jury
Com's ervices. 17 00
MIarion Sanders, Sh'tl'
services.................305
B. W. Cutter, coniSt. to
prem. o1 ( ourt-lwmuse
aind furniture ......... so0Oil
1 ])J ,1 (4.laday, bridge
re oir............... . 22 50
1G2 V. Cal vin W Iit. 1, rd.
repairs ......... I.. .... 24)00 :,
1(:11. S. Dinkin, expert
to gr:ii1 jury. . .. . .. 20 00
lfj S. M. Plwd' 'en, service
0n1 .10q. .lld .. .. .. . .. . . . 1 1;1)
165 Peter E. lLidgewav. -u
perint'd't poo)(r house .. 1-50 92
166 John S. Wilr~m. Trial
.Ju.tice .......... .. . :1:3 :3 1
167 1I.1I. LesIef , Sherill'..
ccount ......... . 79 95
108 orri leihardontri
al ~ . juti0do- al.. . 12-50
169 Dr. John 1. 1irU, (x-IN
:unnin lunatie. ..... .. .5 0 o
170 John J1. Cnyers, Seh'
C'om1'r, p. stamnps and
exp. Frghit..... ....... 225!
171 1)r. II. 11. 1 LugginS, ex
am1ining- hlatie ...... 50
172 C. M. ichardson, tri
al justice............. 1N 67
17:3 Dr..J. 1. ing-rani me1die.
and miied. atenction to
paupers at p. h........ 150 10!
17.1 .D)r. J. 1. Ingranm, med'l
attent'n pri-. rs at jail. . -19 00)
175 )r. .J. I. Ing-Vraim, exain
ining 2 luai0tis0........10)
176 J11hn II. 3lWney, tri
al justice............. 2500
177 1). F. Maloley, trial
ju tice' constalde...... 1 75
178 P. E. Rtidgevay, diet
for sick pauper ........ 5
179 1 . II. Lesesne, Sherlif,'
a(ccounlt .I ' 1.
180 I11.11. Les.,ne. Shrilli
account..........112
*IUCOtlflt................... ]DI 2o1
141 IF. Levi, coilin, &C., for
dead paulper . . ... .. .... 15 7~
182 'I. Levi, supplies for
Sevh' Conr and jail. .. 11 7~>
G rand jurors,jury ser
e2)0
Petit jurors, jury ser
V IC V14 ... ... .. ... . 2 t.11) I
States t- Nel.s , wit- W
nies8,e' services ... I 1w
Court constabls, con
stable -wervices ........ 417-50:
11 .huns JE. Davi-4, C. c.
P.& . ..ge:l ace't . . S GO:6
184 James E. .!)avis, -cr
viesas Qlrk-ur. !5 j
185 Jo)m W. Flenihng, tri
il justic..................8:713
186 T. L. Plnyer, tril jus
tie constable.......... . 25
167 R. M. Tlioip -on, trial
j usticc ................ 8
18Johnl W. 31eElveen." T.
J. eon.-table ........... 625
19 S. A. RitI)y, clothing
for lpampe-r , &c........ : 711
1910 S. A. 1iigby, poor hou-e
supp ii s ............... 27 IM)
191 1. A. Walker, clothing
for paupers, &c........ .123~
192 Clarendon Ltertpri.se,
advertisin. ....... .. 1.5 501
193 EdieRidgeway, mak'g
clothes for paupers.... 7S0
194 11. (). Purdy, prof. serv.
to Ud. Co. (om'rs...... S525
19-5 Malnninll- a s ad ver
ti ig.. ...... 1975
196 Clarendon 1-'ncrpriXe,
advertisin............. 2~0
197 G. F. A vant, Trial Jus
tieo consi tale. .... 6 25
1!9 ./. I. Scott, Co. Auditor,
199 .1. E. Scott, Co1. AudIitor,
5eri.V.c as jury C'om'r 21 00
2(11 WV. Scott 1Ilarvin, lumi
her....... .....G' 12j
201 W. W. Newman, re
miovinig partitionl, &c.,
in om'ee (1k. Court .... 1~> 00
202 N. A. Ilidgill, Corone r's
servi ce . .. .. .. ... 00
20: J[. J1. Brag don, T1.rial
./ustice. .. . . .. . 8 :
204 Clarent.i 11 Emterpri,
coffin- and( (digging inm-1
per' grave8. . 500
(C. L. Withierspoon, Ch.,
services~ as Co.Com'r. . ' '1 10
W. .J. G3ibbons,. services
as~ Co. (Coi'r. .....1 .. 0
Ri. S. C.onnor, services4
as Co.(Com'r .. 272
J. (G. H~uggins, services
as Clerk of Co. Com'rs.,. 200 00
Aggrega8te .... ... .. ..$7,92-1 90
C'ommn~ioiner ( . L. W\Iither1poonl
erredC( seventy dlays and travelled
~erred.l 8ixty-sevenl daiy-, and trav
Conuni1lasinr R(~1. S. Con nor served'4
fty day.,, and travelled 5-11 miles.
I hereby certify that tihe forego
ng is a true and correct repo'(rt (of
lie coiuntiy claiiinis approved by the
L;Oard of (County Comunissioners
ir the iscal year cndirng ( etober
Ist, 1I , to this daite inlu ive!.
J1. (. lIru.-,
CIerk Board ( o. (2onun1'rs
Clareindoli Counrty.
- WAGON SCALES,
~i~i60SG and
*':eL r.ot -ht ar n
ad4:as ONESOF BINGHAMTON,
Bi- atmG:u. . X
3 dflj-Ijn ,j I
nad fr it
a AAME1 PENETRATiiE.
POSiTlVELY CURN~S
STUMPS.
T ROOTSiANAL.
Pet raI r~e to, h(:: I
rAt.. ie. :::hdi.:c.
+ - F..Fenoss wate.
SHERIFF'S SALES.
State of South Carolin:. o 'Ourt (if Columton
Couty II of Clareiin. i'Pha..
BunI'l.tintit4,
Jam(-s IIndson. Tl:'mas MeD. IMise.
I teriiihnts.
Juel.-nt for Forcclosuri an.l S.dl.
SNDER \ND i;Y VJlTl Ol .l'D(
lnIt orlder to i., dir ctl in the
above Statel Ca., Iv l1,. 11. I. Wall:i.,
CirenlUt JTtke. tl I da ir-tt" t t. 2s,
18.T i s ll t tlh hi::st ibid? ft:
cash. :a:th t'.-u, flll'ns ir .-,eems t:
Stat af up I, U in 1 m :. ec:t day o
Deceinbtlr. 18l. In .i
;'L hours ,f sale, t1W fa t
All that tra:t- or pan:ti L' in 1tnl s itt'.
]ving, antl bing In Connt o f ClarinliI.
and State of Soth Caro!!n, tining fIr
tV aeres. naore (1r e ' ilss. :.:n(l boundied a. fol
lows: Nrth,b lands of T. . '.d'J n:
Ea't, by lanils of Thoina: S. Coker: South,
by lind:- 4f S. N. C ker. and Wt ':. by htz:ds
foirmerly bloinging to the 41ate .of1 .hn
Welch, Sr. Purbcasecr tot liv 5lr InapeIs.
Stato of South Carlia i C:mrt If (C'Iomoni
Clarentdon iunty. leas.
Aaron Weinberg
against
Thisbe E. Warlvy V. P. Warley. SIsan
Cathatrine- Watrley . 3In-)tiem Warb yahra
"ix atlV. .amcs Saders Wi'are. .Tare1
D. Warley. Josephine Watrley, an 1 E'r's
nas II.Warley the last four nauned in
fants, und< r twenty-one y::rs of ag-)
JnT1ir-int for Fotrelosure.
"NDER AND BY VIRT1' E (1 A .\J'D
' ment orler to ine direCt'd, in tht
ab1ove stated case. 1, Jis Honor. W. I.
Wallace, Circuit Judge. I v:ll sll to the
highest bidder for en, at the ( 'ourt I lose
in Manning, in county and State oresaid,
on Monday. the (1th day of Dec'imuber, 1 O,
being salisday. within Igal h'mirs of sale,
Ill that tract of land sitnated itn the Connty
of Clarondon, containing one hunidred anI
six acrcs, more or less, and bounded as fIl .
Icows: On the North by lands surveyed for
and occupied by James Cantey; on tie
South and East. by- lands lately li-!.ming
to Levi 1". kIlUIe. nw said to be (ow:n ' .v
Mrs. Sarah L. R. Lessne: and on the V'ist
byN- lands surveyed for anl occupied by John
Dowe. purchaser to pay for pais.
H1. 11. LESESNE .
Sh-rhfl Chirldon (iat y.
Noveuil r 10, ]:N.
Stof 's.m 0ithl Carolilna, i ('ntto
Clarendlon CIny.(Curo i-na.
Agan:- t
Unrwell R. Bradle-y. Gabriel K. ]imadlv,
Robert K. Brdley. Mary E. Albritton,
Sallie C, Peake. antI 3iande M. Bradley,
Defndlnts.
Ordcr of Sale.
N TOrTCT IS IIElE.Y GIVEN. THAT
i under and by virtue of an Oder of
this Court. made in the above st:ttd Cast,
lated October :'ith, 1.S, I will sell to the
highest bidder ft r cash. at the Court Ilonse
te Mahtnning. in1 saidt ciunlt' and Staite. with
in the usual hours of .-ale, on MIonday the
Lth day of Decembaer, 15581, a crtain tract of
land situate in Clarendon County, in the
State afore:-Iad. containingz ine lmndr..-l
aces, more or less, iwijtinilng hlnd of IR. C.
Ilichard~son. J. J. Broughton, Ja;:nes 1.
Weks, atnd-lands saidl tto be!;:'' to Wi. I1.
BI. Rlichardlson and thter'..
Purchaser to paly totr ptplrs.
IL. H. LECSESNE,
Nov'embcr 1lth. 1880.
After For'y years'
S . experInce in the
than On~e I mdre~d
Thonsnd apliction fr pate in
tries. the pubtlisers of tneL Scitena
American continue to act as "ilie~tore
fur patents. caveat-. t ta ..--harket. copy
rights. etc., for the Un'ia'd Rat.:s and
to obtain patents in Canada.. Englanid, 1-ratnce,
Gernzany, and alt other cour:.-s. Th..ir experi
ence is unegnad antd their fiaenities aro unlsurL
passed.
Drawings and tpecifications propr'.red atnd filed
in the Patent Oulicoi on hr:ot mii.-. Teruat very'
reaoenablte. No 'h.:re for inaton oflmodels
or drawincs'. Advcice by m-i frio.
inthe S('1ENIIC A31EIUCAN.which: n'asI
tho !argriet circulatiottn art is thei moist, :ntiuntiagi
newspaper of its kinld publi-hed in thte wotrld.
Thbe advantages of such a notlice crny p'atentea
undenatands.
This latrge and saplendidly illustratedl newspaper
is pubti.thed W.E EK!LY at $3.00 a year, antd is
ad~nitted to be the' be-,t paper decored to ecienec.
miechanicti, inventions. oengineermng works. aud1
ether departments of indiustrial pro~tress, pub
lisned in any country. It containe the names of
alliiatentees and ttl of every invention patented,
each week. Try it four mtonths for ono dollar. I
Sold by alt newsdealers.
1f you havo an inv..ntion to patent write to
Mdunn t tCo., publiuihers of Scientitle American.
861 Broadway. New York.
Hlandbook about paternts mailed free.
Sweep Stak(
:0
eettlbr'a ted --T'weep) I ake':
hlrpIGt!H GRA'DE H~IC
. ill1oresl pier l. PIed.Vl'C
Forsharlest L1'f
Establishe 5 ('
Bzrrnard O'Neill & Sons,
Established 1845.
Wholele Grocers
COM9 ISSION MERHANTS,
191 East av and 48 and 50 State St.,
Cr.ua~.>rcx, S. C.
An", IS
WAVERLY HOUSE,
CH.\ilLE>dTON, s. C.
First Class in all its Appointments.
IRATEi-. . :;2.1:o AND I .5
ExKcelen isie a A,*ry rooms.
Electrie 1wlls.
JOS. pRI ICE, Prop)rietor.
ii Hotel Centrally Located.
Wulhi1ernI & Pieper
Wholesale Gro1cirs,
AND rALEOs IN
Provisions. Liquors, Tobacco, Etc.
1679 & 1; East BUty, iarlcston, S C
S, A. NELSON & Co.
Wholsale deaers in
BOOTS and SHOES,
No. 31 Hayne St.,
Cir Sh . 6 C
Gools dircet from the 3LNmutactnrers.
W uatran: to "ll a1 l)w in prrics ans ny
honse in our lint- in the Union. Jan 13
F. N, Wilson,
INSURANCEAGENT
3IANNING, S. C.
De17
A. McCobb, Jr.,
CODIIIMSSION MIERCHANT.
.)& l.~IN
Lirmc. Cemnmnt. Plast r Paris, 1;Lir, Fire
riIks and Fir:- ClIy
Land Plaster anid Est-:rn Hay,
Agent for White's English Port
land Cement.
No. 18 E.ts-r Uv, CHAILESTON, S. 0.
JOIiN S. WILSON,
Attorney and Counseilor at Law,
Mannninag, s. c.
F:b. 25
310iSE & ILUGGINS,
Attorneys at Law,
Mauninug, S. C.
Oflice South of Court House.
A. LEVI,
AoRINEY AT L.tW,
a n n i n g, S. C.
r-YNotarv Public with seal.
J. E. SCOTT,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Manig s. C
Feb25
W. F. U. HIus~swonrr, Sumter, S. C.
B. S. Dwarcru. 3L t \NO, S. C.
HAYNS WORTH & DiNKINS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Manniing, S. C.
George W. Sfeffens,
WHoLEsAtLE GRxocERI,
Anetion and Commsion Sierchant and
LIqglO DEALERI.
197 & 10'J East Day, Cha~Lrleyton, S C.
Zi' Age~nt fo'r thet (Clayton & Russel Bit
ers, rand thceclebrated road eart. -iM
Dr H BAER,
Wholesale Druggist. Nos. 131 & 133
M[eeting street, Charleston, S. (i.
Dealer in Drugs, 3Medicines, Foreign
and Domestic Chemicals, Glassware,
Spices, Brushes, Essential Oils, Sur
~ieaI L nstrumnents, Perfumerv, Fanev
Goods, SHOW CASES, of all sizes,
and all articles usually found in a
First-class Drug House. Prices lowl
Quick sales and small pronits.
Gi. ALLEN IIUGGINS, JR.,
DENTA SrRG~EoN,
12 Office on Street South of Court
E~ouse. MIch31
s Whikey.
Ou{OV iss:a.:. Ai.t.. the
is wh'is!keyV has a nia tio n
I Ilal il. als, tlle 'Aer
noInIerlI CI as a live r(e--i
2T COMPANY,
pon, S. C.
d 1870.
'ERTILIZERS.
(erna, K/wn;t. lig', (;rmle
[LLLAM R.AF.NEL, President.
Mr MS Treaur.
WILMINGTON, COLUMBIA AND AU.
gusta Railroad,
GET.uI. PAs ENEazr. DEPArMENT.
April 20, 188G.
T I FOLLOWING SCHEDULE will be
: operated on and afte-r this date:
No. 4;, DAILY.
Leave Wihnington............... 8.15 p m
Leave L:ke WacaIaw....... -.. 9.40 p in
LeaVe 3arin................11.36 p m
Arrive at Florence...............12.25 pm
Arrive at Suiter................. 4.24 a in
Arrive at (olumbia............ 6.40 a n
GOING SOUTH--No. 40, DAILY.
Loave- Wilmington...............10.10 p In
Leave Lake Waccamaw ...........11.15 p m
Arrive at Florence............... 1.20 a In
No. 43. D.uty.
Leav-Florence................... 4.30 p m
Leave Marion................... 5.14 p i
Leave Lake Waccaniaw.......... 7.03 p n
Arrive at Wihuington............ 8.30 p m
GOING NOR T H-No. 47, DAILY.
Leave Columbia................ 9.55 p m
Arrive at Smuitcr.................11.55 a in
ve Florence................... 4.26 a In
Leave MIarion.................... 5.09 a m
Leave Lake Waecamaw..........7.00 a m
Arrive at Wiliiington............ 8.20 a In
Nos. 48 and 47 stops at all stations except
Regiter, Ebenezer, Cane Savannah, Water
ce and Simnis'.
Pas-sngers for Columbia and all point
on C. & G. R. R., C. C. & A. R. R. stations
Aiken Junction. and all points beyond
should take No. 40. Pullman Sleeper for
Augusta on this train.
J. F. DIV1NE, General Supt.
J. R. Km. Sup't. Trans.
T. . EMERSON, (en. Pass. Agt.
NORTHEATEPN R. R, COMPANYi
PASSENGER DEPARTMENT.
CIIArESTO, S. C., June 20, 1880.
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE THE fol
lowing Schedule will be run.
Leave Charleston, No. 43 12.05 P. M.
Leave Charleston. No. 47 12.25 A. M.
Arrive Florence. No. 43, 4.10 P. M.
Arrive Florence, No. 47, 4.11 A. 31.
Leave Florence, No. 40, 1.35 A. 5.
Leave Florener, No. 42. 11.05 P. M.
Arrive Charleston, No. 40, 5.00 A. 31.
Arrive Charleston, No. 42. 4.5 P. M.
Nos. 40 and 47 will not stop at way sta
tions.
Nos. 42, and 13 will stop at all stations.
No. 40 willstop at Kingstree, Lanes and
MIonk's Coner.
Fast Line between CHARLIESToN AN
COLUMIA AN) UPPER SOrTH CAROINA.
('nedea.sed Sch,'ulule.
GoING WEST. Gors;o EAsT.
7.20 A.t.~ Lv. Charleston, S. C. Ar.!9.10 P.m.
S.4 " Lanes, " 45
9.33 " Sumter, " 6.42
10.10 "tr Columbia, " Lv 5.27
3.02 r. - " Winnsboro, ""348
4.18. " Chester. " 2.45
0.05 " . "Yorkville, " " 1].45. M
.1" ,Lancaster 7.00
. Rock Hill, " 2.02 P X
(.15 " " iCharlotte, N. C. " 1.00
12.48 r izt Ar. Newberry, S. C. 1c 3.04 P x
2.42 Greenwood, " 12.44
6.0""Lan.rens,o " " 91x
4.47 " Anderson, 10.22"
5.35 ") "Greenville, " " 9.45 "
6.33 "' Walhalla, " 1 8.20
4.10 " " Abbeville, " 11.05 '.
3.20 " 'Spartanburg"i 12.10 Pv
7.10 " - enderson'l XNCI " 7.00 A m
On Suindays train will leave Charleston,
S. C.,~ .45 A. , arrive Columbia 1.00 P.
M. Returning leaves Columbia 5.27 P. M1.,
arives Charleston .43 1P. 31.
voil i Trans between Charleston and Col
umbi. '. C. Special Parlor Cars attached to
this. tri n betwecen Charleston and Colum
bia No extra charge' for seat in these
ears to passengers holding First Class tick
T. 3L. Estnsoi,
J. F. IVINE, Genl rasS. Agent.
TO THE
PEOPLE OF CLARENEOY.
Having made arrangements with
the best distilleries, I am now pre
pared to furnish my customers with
the
Purest Distilled Liquors.
My stock is now complete with the
choicest brands of
Whiskies,
Brandies,
Cordials,
Beer,.
Ale,
Porter,
Etc. Etc.
I have in stocek a magnificent line
of Cigars and Tobacco in which
I defy competition.
7Liquior~sfor. fediinal pur
pose~ (a .spec-ly.
I also take pleasure in introducing
the Kuirnitz kie's celebrated Wire
Grass IBitters; also the Carolina
Ginger' Tonic. These Bitters and
ronics are noted for their medicinal
properties.
MIy Pool and Billiard tables
MnE NEs AN Ftsr-c.Ass.
.Thanking the public for past pat
~onage and soliciting a continuance
fsame. I remain,
Respect fully,
S. WOLKiOVISKTrE AcTr.
9700 So 2500 clarf l
xlcnse, can be made working for us.
Ag.ents preferred who can furnish their
>wn horses and give their whole time to
lie business. Spare moments may be prof
tally emlnioyed also. A few vacancies in
owns and citics. B. F. JoH~sox & CO.,
1(112 Main St., Richmond, Va.
S1
13 Weel~s.
The POLICE GJAZETTE will be mailed,
eeurely wrapped, to any address in the.
Inited States for three months on receipt of
ONE DOLLAR.
Liberal discount allowed to postmasters,
gents and clubs. Sample copies mailed
Lee. Address all orders to
RICHARD K. FON,
Framr Sormin N Y

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