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THE MANNIG TIMES1
Published Every Wednesday.
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Manning, S. C.
Publishes all County and Town
Wednesday, March 28, 1894.
Your Name in Frnt.
-Mr. E. P. McLeod returned home from
-Col. H. L. Benbow is quite sick at his
home near summerton.
-Mr. Clarendon Barron retirned home
this morning from the Charleston Medical
-Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Thomas and child,
of Florence, visited the family of Mr. F. C.
Thomas last week.
-Miss Jessie McLane, of Red Sprin,
N. C.. and Miss Boyle, of Patterson,. .
spent a few days of last week visiting the
family of Mr. Joseph Sprott, Jr.
-Dr. D. D. Salley. formerly principal
of the Manning Collegiate Institute, spent
last Sunday in Manning on his teturn home
from Nashville, where he recently grad
The county commissioners will meet
Prince Sheriff was last Monday released
from jail on bail.
The members of the Jordan club should
attend their club meeting next, Friday. .
The cold wave struck Manning yesterday
morning and played havoc with the gardens.
Fresh garden seed and onion setts at
Dr. L. W. Nettles, of Foreston, has been
appointed a member of the State medical
Dr. W. M. Brockinton has decided to re
main in New York until he finishes his
Iast Friday two large swarms of bees
were taken at Mr. J. B. Hudnal's place just
over Black river.
Senator Colquitt, of Georgia, died at his
residence in Washington last Monday. at
the age of 70 years.
The Harry Benbow Camp of United
Confederate Veterans will meet in the court
house next Monday.
Parties desiring agricultural rent liens
and supply liens can find them at The
Manning Times office.
Wesley Deis, colored, was .brought to
Manning yesterday and lodged in jail for
the incendiarism at Remini.
last Monday night a certain man in
town was forced t.pick up his bed and
walk, in -order to find warmer quarters.
Dr. Benjamin Wofford, aged 75 years,
died at his home in Spartanburg lest Sun
day night. He was one of the trustees
of Wofford college.
"Pick Leaf' smoking tobacco, 10 cents a
package, at W. MI. Brockinton's.
Who will start the bell in motion for a
meeting of the white citizens of Manning
to-hold a meeting for the purpose of. nomi
nang a town council?
Post office box rents will be due on the
3slt inst. Those hating boxes that do not
pytheir box rents when due will have
teir boxes declared vacant.
Gardenseed and onion sets at Dinkins
The Jordan Democratic club will meet
next Fridayat 9 o'clock a. m. A full at
tendance should be there as the business to
be transacted is of importance.
The feast to be spedThursday night,
April5th, at castle halwill be fit for the
true and loyal. Members have your knives
well a -rpied, and be there to lend a hand
in the sluhe. -
Choice plug~ tobacco 50c. and 75c. per
pound at Brockrngton's drug store.
Rev. J. 0. Gough will fill his pulpit in
MannxngnextSunday morningat11 o'clock.
All are cordially invited to these services.
His subject will be "Deep Fishing." Co
out to the Baptist church at 11.
Turn out, boys, Thursday night, April
5th, to the Knights of Pythias picnic. It
is going tobesaregular snap. There will
be three lambs brought to the slaughter,
and every member should be present at the
Philadelphia red and white onion setts
Dinkins t Co's. .
A fellow came into the post office a few
.days ago and told the post master that
there was aletter written by him the day
before and he wanted to know when the
answer would reach him. He was prompt
ly referred to the cashier of the Bank of
Manninwho is supposed tobe a man of
An assorted line of medicines ad drugs
always on hand, at Brookinton's Drug
We have on our table a head of oats taken
from Mr. R. C. (Gayle's field, near Pine
wood. The head is seven inches in length,
and well filled out. Mr. Gayle has ten
acres just like it, but he does not propose
to show it up to the candidates when they
to around soliciting votes this summer H
banters the county on an oat crop.
Fresh and genuine garden seeds, all
varieties, at J. G. Dinkins & Co's. All old
At the last term of court the members of
the be~ ptitioned Judge Benet to order a
special term of court for the purpose of dis
posing of the matters accumuhted on the
civil docket. The judg granted the. order
for a special term to taeplace next month
Since then the matter has been reconsider
edand the bar petitioned for a revocation
of the order.
If you want a good smoke call at Brockin
tin's drug store and get a package of "Pick
Leaf" tobacco, only 10 cents.
The left flank of Coxey's army is being
orpnize1 in Mannieng, and the moving
spirits think they will be ready to march
in time to meet the main column by the
time it reaches Washington. The greatest
obstacle in the way is the procuring of a
uniform, but this may be removed if the
projector can sell his truck Larm, as he
prmsstoivs the proceeds in uniforms
A good sewing machine on easy terms
better for cash-at Brockinton's drug store.
The people in the neighborhood of Sam.
merton are determined to have a revival in
the educational line. Last Friday night
a number of citizens met in the Oak Grove
academy to discuss the advisability of hav
ing a special tax of four mills levied upon
themselves for the purpose of establishing a
separate school district. The meeting was
very harmonious, and everybody was in
earnest to have a firsteclass school.
The communion meeting In the Presby
terian church in Manning will be on the
first Sabbath in April and Saturday before.
The Rev. J. IL. Girardeau, D. D., is ex
pected to preach Sabbath morning and
night, April 1st. All invited to attend.
A Confederate lusema.
R.caxown, Vi., \March 28.-The old Jeff
Davis mansion, which has for a number of
~ asbeen used as the central school, will
turned over to the ladies of the Confed
erate Memorial and Museum Association on
May 1, to be used assa museum for Confed
erate relics. It has just been determined
that the structure shall be so arranged that
a room will be assigned to each Southern
Following is the report of the Manning
dispensary for the month of February:
Gross sales, $1,351 90
Cost at invoice prices, 1.034 52
Gross profit, $ 317 38
Expenses, 105 60
Net profit t. town and county, $ 211 78
To town and county each, 105 89
Attention, Manning Guards!
HEADQUATBs MASNNIG GUAnDs,
MANNING, S. C., March 28, 1894.
The Manning Guards are hereby ordered
to be at the armory on Friday afternoon,
the 30th inst, at 5 o'clock in their dress uni
forms for parade on the court house square.
The annual inspection of the Guards will
take place on Monday afternoon, 2d inst.,
on the court house square, and all the
men are ordered to be at the armory at
4 o'clock sharp. By order of
W. C. DavIs, Captain.
J. P. THas, 1st Serg't.
Although the weather was inclement
there was a good attendance at the services
in the Methodist church last Sunday. The
altar and chancel were beautifully decor
ated with lilys, roses, lilacs, and various
other kinds of flowers, and on either side
of the altar were magnificent floral pieces
forming ciosses which must have been the
handiwork of an expert. The walls back
of the altar were adorned with floral
wreaths. In short the church was arrayed
in Easter attire. Rev. H. M. Mood deliv
ered one of his practical and appropriate
sermons. After the sermon he announced
that there would be no service in his
church next Sunday, and that his congre
gation would unite with the Presbyterian
church where Dr. Girardeau will conduct
Program of' Union Meeting
To be held in Manning, beginning Fri
day,, April 27th:
11 a. m.-Sermon by J. J. Myers.
3 p. m.-"What is the great hindrance to
the progress of the gospel ?" Addresses by
Revs. John 0. Gough and H. W. Mahoney.
4 p. m.-"Should women speak in pub
lic assemblies?" Addresses by Brethren
[ampley and Wells.
8 p. m.-Sermon by Bro. M. W. Gordon..
10 a. m-"Deacons and their work."
Addresses by Brethren Sublett and D. J.
3 p. m.--Our duty to State missions."
Addresses by Brethren Wells and Alder
4 p. m.-"How can we best promote the
interests of the Sunday schools?" Ad
dresses by Brethren A. J. White and Lamp
8 p. m.-Sermon by Rev. C. C. Brown.
10 o'clock-S. S. address. -
11 o'clock-Sermon by B. C. Lampley.
The marvelous success of Hood's Sarsapa
rilla is based upon the corner stone of ab
solute merit. Take Hood's throughout the
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Fort spent one day
in Sumter la't week.
Miss Alice Harvin, of Beech Hill, is still
very ill in Sumter. We hope she will be
A very serious accident came very near
mcurring Friday. Four pulleys under the
planig mill of Mr Alderman bursted.
Fortuntelyno one was hurt.
Madame Rumor has it that we are to en
joy another delightfni entertainment next
Friday evening, given by Miss Miller and
her schooL. Miss Miller's efforts as a
teacher has been crowned with succese,
judging trom the results of her school.
While she has only a few in number, they
are well trained.
We saw a very large Chestnut in Alcoln
last week. The largest of the season.
Judging from the cut of his coat, and the
hine of his shoes, he had evidently fallen
a victim to "Cupid's dart," possibly last
Imas. Do yoa like Chestnuts?
Our farmers have had unusually nice
weather for planting corn, etc. Would that
men would think, and as they plant the
live corn in the soil, plant grace in the
heart that they might grow there in.
We have just received some job work
which we had done at the Manning Times
job office. It is neatly and nicely done.
give them a trial on your jo6 work.
Notwithstanding the inclemency of the
weather last Sunday Rev. J. 0. Gough
p reached to a very large congregation at
Providence. He will begin a protracted
meeting there next Sunday. 1st.
Rev. Mr. White, of the Methodist circuit,
illed his appointment at Harvin's last Sun
Mr. D. T. Wells went to Charleston on
business last week.
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pages, non-sectarian, called "The Ram's
orn." Address agent at Alcolu. 50 cents
for 3 months.
Say, Mr. Josiah -, can you tell me
when there will be only 25 letters in the
English alphabet?" "No, Miss Semanthy,
when ?" "Wilen U and I become one.
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use of one bottle. Warranted the most
wonderful blemish cure ever -known. Sold
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The District Conference of A. El. E.
Chareb, Held at Friendship Churcb.
ErroB Tzxzs:-I was instructed by our
district conference to furnish your journal
with the proceedings of its meeting held
from Friday. 23d, to 25th.
Rev. W. M. Thomas presided during the
session, with Rev'. J. McK. Harrison and
Joseph Jenkins as secretaries. All of the
ministers of the district were present ex
cept Rev. Isaac McCoy, and Rev. D. Mi.
McGill, who was transferred to Laurens to
to fill the work of Rev. E. H. Wilson, re
signed. Lay delegates were present from
each church. Rev. H. Long preached the
annual sermon, which was well received.
The standing committees were appointed
by the presiding elder. Three reporters
were elected-Rev. W. D. Gregg for the
Christian Recorder, Rev. Mintz for the
harleston Ircquirer, Rev. G. H. Brown for
the Manning times. Profs. T. T. Hilton
and W. D. Williams were introduced to the
conference. Plesnt words of reception
were given to the new ministers, who had
just come into the Manning district. They
were Revs. G. H. Brown, W. P. Warley, I.
W. C. Mintz, N. G. Caldwell. Rev. W. D.
Gregg preached Saturday morning. Rev.
W. McDuffie in the afternoon, Rev. .Toseph
Jenkins at night. Rev. G. H. Brown
pched Sunday morning. Presiding Eider
?mas in the afternoon.
'he Sunday school received in
structive addresses from Messrs. T. T. Hil
ton, W. D. Williams, Rev. Mintz and the
presiding elder. There were 3 accessions
to the church during the meeting. Reports
were encouraging from the various charges,
notwithstanding the stringencv of thie
times, and the depression from every
source. Light was seen in the distance for
the church and its good work.
The presiding elder's salary was fixed.
The financial contributions received during
the meeting amounted to over $10. Under
the manangement of Presiding Elder
Thomas, perhaps the oldest in the State,
this district bids fair to do a grand work in
building up the church, as his long experi
ence in the highest councils of the church
enables him to readily seethe needs, and
labor upon that line to supply them and
improve its every condition.
Special attention was called to the day set
apart for Allen University. 2'2d of 'May.
missionary day, dollar money, endowment
day, when the church looks forward to
every member and friend to do their duty.
Memorial service in respect to the late
Rev. Thomas was held, and a suitabe
place reserved in the records of the confer
ence, and a copy of the resolutions relative
to his services was forwarded to his bereaved
After a very successful conference, and
the good results thereof generally felt, the
meeting adjourned at 3 o'clock p. m. Sun
day.* G. H. BBowN,
Reporter for the Times.
PITY PO9R DARGAN.
Judge Benet, in Open Court, Refutes a
"Since the Manning Times undertakes
to report rumors abont the favorable im
pression Judge Benet Las made upon our
people here, we regard it as essential to
truth and to a future proper administration
of justice that we should publish the rumors
of a different character that are passing
around thick and fast. We hear that since
Judge Benet has been here presiding in the
daytime in our courts he has been almost
every night playing cards with persons
known as professionals. Of course every
body has heard tht Judge Benet, before
his election, was a notorious gambler. but
since his election it was hoped he would
try to mend his ways a little. It is dis
tressing to think he has not done so. We
know that the foreman of the grand jury
has had his attention called to this matter,
and we hope it will be well ventilated be
fore we are through with it. We want no
gambling Judges."-Sumter Freeman.
Upon seeing the above Judge Benet in
open court last Wednesday morning had
the following to say:
I wish the attention of the mem
bers of the bar and the jurors
present and officers of the court con
cerning a matter which has arisen since the
adjournment of court yesterday. It is a
very painful matter, which I cannot well
When I left the court house yesterday
evening and got to my lodging I found in
my mail a newspaper, published in this
town, addressed to me and marked in car
tain places. In that paper I was openly
charged with consorting with professional
gamblers of Sumter, and spending my
nights card playing and gambling.
The charge has been made against me
openly as a judge. I have no means of re
dress, except to answer it from the bench
as a judge. The office I hold deprives me
of the ordinary personal means of redress,
and while it is true that office puts in my
hands power by which such conduct might
be justly and severely punished, I will not
use this power in my own behalf.
I do say as a true man the charge is false,
absolutely false, without even the sem
blance of truth as a foundation for it.
Gentlemen. I feel I owe this statement to
the member of the bar. of whose profession
I am an humble member, I feel I owe it to
the officers of the court, who have been so
kind and courteous to myself. I owe it the
jurors who are present and the grand jnry
who are absent, especially in view of my
charge to th-: grand jury concerning their
duty as officers ot the law. I know I owe
it to the people, whose representatives
elected me to the office I now hold. I owe
it to the good men and women of Sumter,
whose kind hospitality I have enjoyed. I
owe it to the office I now hold, howevei in
efficiently. I owe it to myself and to those
who bear my name to say that the man who
wrote'this charge wrote what was utterly
untrue, without excuse and without founda
tion. I cannot comprehend what motive
he had. I hardly know the man. I never
c-oss his path. I know no reason whatevcr
for kIs attack. He must have been shame
fully imposed upon by his informant, or
he must iave wilfully believed lies that
were told him. 1 therefore feel that the
only way to meet the published accusation
is to do so thus proimptly and publicly.
I cannot go into the newspapers. I will
not. My hands are tied. Men of proper
sentiments ecmprehend what I mean by
that. Good men know what I mean by
that. The best way to meet a falsehood is
to confront it with the truth. As this is the
simple truth: that during the three weeks
I have been in Sumter my goings ont and
my comings in have been seen and known
by all who cared to see and know. Noth
ing I have said or done and nowhere I have
gone would I seek to hide from the most
blameless man and the purest woman. So
far as that is concerned my conscience is
WVherever I enjoyed the hospitality of
friends I met good men and good women,
and while in their company I did not see
aything that,,had the appearance of evil or
he suggestion of it.
WVhat probably is the only foundation for
he charge is this-although it seems pitiful
hat I have to make the statements that
follow, matters purely of private life. On
wo occasions during these three weeks, and
nly on two occasions, have I seen or han
led cards. I played whist in company
with threi other men who are players of
whist. WVe played in the presence of ladies
for one and a half or two hours at a time.
We engaged in a harmless and innocent
game of whist with no appearance or sus
picion of money or gambling.
I owe it to the gentlemen who played
with me, as they are charged with being
professional gamblers, to say that if they
are gamblers the fact is a revelation to me,
for I never heard it of them nor have I ever
seen them gambling.
This is the only foundatsion for the charge
that I have nightly been gambling and con
orting with professional gambleis.
You will suffer me to say that when I as
suied the gown of a judge it was with the
onest endeavor and determination to per
form the duties of that office so as to de
serve the approval of good men and of my
own conscience, and I say to the men who
elected me to that office and to the grand
jury, if the man who made this charge can
prove the truth of what he says I will take
the robe of office off my shoulders and leave
the bench, as I ought to do.
But I have said enough. It is ver-y true
that when a falsehood starts on its way the
truth finds it very hard t.) overtake it. It
may be the newspapers in the State may
copy this false accusation. If they do, I
hope they will also state that I have thus
openly, and courting investigatien, denied
it from the bench.
I have no fear of investigation, if it be
conducted in the white light of truth and
honesty. Having said this, I leave the mat
ter in the hands of the good people of Sum
ter, who, I think, will not allow one who is
comparatively a stranger to suffer from a
false charge made by one of their fellow
townsmen. 3 leave your town and county
in a few days'and when I do so I shall feel
confident that I leave my character and
reputation in good hands.
This is my last word on this .matter.
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Notice of Discharge.
On the 26th day of April, 1894, I will ap
ly to the Judge of Probate for Clarendon
unty for letters of dismissory as adminis
rator of the estate of Mrs. M. I. Bryant,
leceased. G. H. CURTIS,
Packsville, S. C., March 26, 1894.
On the second Monday of April, A.
. 1894, there will be held .in Town
>f Manning an election-for the en
uing term of two years-a Town
)ouncil to consist of one Intendant
Lnd four Wardens.
The box will be opened on said
tnd Monday at eight o'clock A. M.,
Lnd continue opeiied for receiving
otes, until four o'clock P. M., at
ahich hour the box will close.
All persons not laboring under
egal disqualification, and have re
;ided within the State of South Car
lina for one year, and in the said
'own of Manning for sixty days next
receding said election day, will be
llowed to c'lst their votes.
By order of Town Council, March
D. M. BRADHAM,
J. E. SCOTT,
Cl'k and Tr. T. C.
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RICHARD A. MocCURDY, PREsiDENT
For the year ending Decembler 31, 1893
Beeved for Premiums - $33,504,337 98
From all other sources- - 8,358,807 70
To Policy-holders - - $20,885,472 40
For all other accounts - - 9,484,507 47
Unlted States Bonds and other
Securities - - - $72,930,322 41
First lien Loans on Bond and
Jfortgage - - - - 70,79938 93
Loans on Stocks and Bonds 7,47200 00
Real Estate - - - - 18,89918 69
Cash In Banks and Trust Com
panIes - - - - 10,844,691 72
Accrued Interest,Deferred Pre
milums, &c. - - - .. 6,609,608 39
- $180,707,680 14
Reserve for Pollcles-and other
LIabIlIties - - - 108,755,071 23
Surplus - - - $17,952,008 91
nsurance and Annulties
assumed and renewet $708,092,552 40
Noz-Insuranceinl written is discarded from this
Sament as wholny nislen, ad only insuane actually
mae anpaid for in cash i dd
I have carefully examuined the foregoing State
ment and find the sa::e to bc correct.
C::~Aztns A. Pnru ra, Auditor
From the Sur'plus a dividend wil be apporioned
as usual. _ _ _ _ _
ROBERT A. GRANNISS, VicE-PRtslDcir
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NOTICE OF RECISTRATION.
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF CLARIENDON.
I N ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVIS
ions of an act of the General Assembly,
ratified on the 9th dav of February. 1882, I
will be in the court L.orse in Manning. in
the office of the clerk'of the conrt, the first
Monday of each month, for the purpose of
allowing persons coming of age since the
last general election to register, arid to at
tend to any other businless pertaining to my
:>ffiial duties. S. P. HOLLADAY,
Supervisor Registration Clarendon Co.
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catalogue, send t'e amount of retail price
!e~s 20 per cent. Any difference will be
returned by nuxt mail. Our business is
STRICTLY CAsH. Goods sent C. 0. D. to re
sponsible parties. We solicit a share of
your mail orders.
Acid Phosphate, Horsford's, $ .40 $ .50
Acorn Salve .2 .15
Ayers' Sarsaparilla, .75 1.00
Aie, and Beef, dozen, 2 50 3.00
Aleteris' Cordial, .85 1.00
Allcock's Bunion Plasters, large 18 25
Allcock's Corn Plasters, 08 10
Allcock's Porous Plasters, 10 25
Allen's Lung Balsam, 20 25
Allen's Long Balsai, 40 50
Allen's Lnng Balsam, 75 1 00
Allen's Hair Restorer, 90 1 50
McDade's Succus Alteranss, 1 75 2 50
Anakesis, 85 1 00
Atwood's Jaundice Bitters, 20 25
Aunust Flower, Green's, 60 75
Ayer's Pills, 20 25
Hall'sCineboniat H Tonic, 50c.
worth 1 00
Ayer's- (Harriet Hubbard) :Re
camier Balm, 1 15 150
Ayer's Recarnier Cream, 1 25 1 50
Battermilk Soap (3 for 2.5), 15
Ayer's itecamier Soap. 45 50
Balsam, Parker's Hair, 40 50
Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery, 75 100
Pierce's Favorite Prescription 75 1 00
Cuticura Resoivent, 85 1.1)0
Cuticura Salve, 40 50
Cuticura Soap, 15 25
Bovinine, small, 50 60
Sulphur Bitters, 75 1 00
Syrup Figs, Calf, 40 50
Syrup Figs, Calf, 75 1 00
BBB 67 100
H B P. the Best Blood Purifier, 1 00
Castoria, 25 35
Syrup Hyphosphites, Fellow's, 97 1 50
Hall's Syrup, 90 1 00
Ayer's Hair Vigor, 67 1 00
Hall's Hair Renewer, 75 1 00
Hall's Cough Syrup, 25
Alligator Liniment, 25 -
Wampole's C L 0 Prepartion, 67 1 00
Scott's Emulsion, 67 1 00
Hall's EmulsiQn 25c and 50
Cod Liver Oil,'purr., 45c, . pint, 50
Cod Liver Oil, pure, 80c, quart, 100
Anti-Pain Plasters, 10 25
Simmon's Liver Regulator 67 1 00
Castile Soap. 12 oz cake, 10 15
Castile Soap, imlportod, per lb., 20 25
No-To-Bac, 3 boxes for 2 50
West's Nerve & Brain Treatment 67 1 00
Phosphodine, .85 1 00
Japanese Pile Cure, 67 1 00
West's Liver Pills, - 12 25
Our Little Liver Pills, 15 25
l'etlow's Swans' Down, with Ext. 10 25
Gossamer Powder, 15 25
Golden's Liquid Beef, 85 1 00
Belladona Plasters, 15 25
Capeine Plasters, Benson's, 15 25
Chichester's Pennyzoyal Pills, 1l 85 2 00
Hall's Syrup of Hyphosphites, 90 1 50
Pennyroyal Pills, - 75 1 00
Dr. 'Felix LeBran's Steel and
Pennyroyal Pills, 67 1 00
Dr. Felix LeBrun's G G R~em
edy for Men, 67c, by mail, 67 1 00
Hood's Sarsaparilla, 75 1 00
PPP 75 100
WhiteRose Glycerine Soap (4711) 15 25
Boracine Powder, 15 25
Lubin's Powder, imported, 20 25
Lubin's Powder, imitation, 10 15
Lubin's Powder, imitation, 05 10
Pennyroyal Wafers, 85 1 00
Hall's Kidniy & Liver Cure, 75 1 00
Coddition Powders, Horssq, 1'lb, 25
Cream of Roses & Alasps, 25 & 40 50
Fragrant Tooth Liquid, -wn,.0 25
Orris Tooth Powder,
Camphorated Tooth Powder, 20 "
Rose Tooth Powder, '20 25
Saponaceous Tooth Powder, 20 25
Charcoal Tooth Powd1er, per oz., 10
p"All the popular Tooth
Powders, Washes, Soaps,
and Liquids at 20 per cent.
Pearlytine Tooth Wash, 25
Miles' Remedies, each, 75. 1 t'0
Brown's Iron Bitters, 75 1 00
Toothache Drops, 10 15
Laxative Syrup, 25
Sponges, each lc to 2 50
Hall's Cough Drops, 05
Sniith Bros.' (Cough Drops, 05
Red Cross Cough Drops, 05
Melvin's Cough Drops, 0
Bronchial Troches - 10
Charcoal Tablets, 10c an d 20 25
Stick Licorice, 10c sticks for 05 10
Lazell's Extracts, 20 per cent. off
French Extracts, 20 per cent. off
Bellchaaber's Hair Wash, . 75 1 00
Pond's Extract, 40 and 80c, 1 00
Extract Witch Hazel, pints, 20 25
Extraict Witch Hazel, quarts, 35 50
Extract.Witch Hazel. gallons, 1 00 1 50
Recamier Cream, 1 25 1 50
Green's Nervuira, 90 1 00
Viola Cream Soap and Powders
Viola'Cream, .36 50
Mah-ina Cream, 40 50
Carter's Little Liver Pills, 15 25
Household Ammonia, pints, 05
Household Ammonia, quarts, 10
Best Furniture Polish, 25
Furniture VTarnish, 50
-Ilall's Sarsaparilla, 75 1 00
"2905'' for Worms, 12
Jamaica Ginger, 10 25
Jamaica Ginger. pints, 85 1 00
Baby Powder, Carbolated, 15
Wood's Sarsaparilhi, 25 1 00
.r"#We claim to have the best stock of
Druggists' Sundries, Perfumery, Tooth,
Nail and Hair Brushes, Combs, Sponges,
Chamiois Skins and Toilet Requisites in the
City. We can mail over 2,000 articles in
the Drug line, anywhere, and pay special
attention to mail orders. We will mail our
catalogue to any address about April 1st,
1894. While this catalogue is not complete
it will give some idea of the stock we
(One Door North of Wentworth.)
Opposite Dime Savings Bank.
O LS, _P
Painters Material of
Window Glass, Groc
Ladies' and GE
so-Return express paid on all work
Wholesale .Grocers ai
172, 174, and 176
C XEX A. I.=~I ZzMi
WL. N. BAHR & BRO.,
DEALERS IN AND MANUFACTUREDS OF
Cakes, Biscuits and Plain
and Fancy Candies.
Penny Candies and Chewing Gums.
French. Mixtures and
319 King Street, CHARLESION, S. C.
Our store is pre-eminent
for newness, for novelty,
for variety, for quality,
for everything t;hat makes
a collection of DRY
and SHOES attractive to
the consumer's eye-in
chuding moderate prices.
Should the advertising
prove dull, the writer of
advertisement will be to
blame, and not the goods.
Our Silk Zephyr G3ing-?
hams for neatness and
style are unsurpassed. If
you are seeking material
suitable for shirt waist
don't overlook our Prin
cess Duck, Toile Du Nord.
Gingham and Chianbreys;
or for a house dress or
we will suggest
India Tw hich be
longs to that aof
material. Big lot of striper
small, medium and large -
plaid Nain Sook, former
prices 12 1-2. 15 and 20
cents, our prices now 8,
10 and 12 1-2 cents. Full
line Mull and Cambric
Embroideries, also Fancy
Embroidery- suitable for
trimming wash materials.
We are offering the best
line of men's negligee
shirts, laundred cuffs and
collars, ties to match each
shirt, ever placed on sale
in this town, you will be
profited by giving us a.
look before buying. You
will notice in this writing
- that few prices are quoted.
We will say for all, low
prices, even lower than
you will expect;. never
more than will be asked
you elsewhere, and many
times muLch less. Giving
100 cents worth for every dollar
spent with us is our nmotto.
Horton, Burgess & Co.,;
Save Your Eyes!~
- when you need a pair of spectacles don't
buy an inferior glass.. You will fin d none
PE RFECT ED
--EYE -:- GLASsEs.-:
FrseD1R. w. M. BROCKINTON,
ers' Fixtures, Naval
Bird & Co.,
a33, s. c.1
from the country.
Street, Charleston, S. C. f
IAN & SONS,
id Provision Dealers,
East Bay Street,
TO. >. C.
TO MY PATRONS!
I have just returned from the com
mercial centres where I purchased
with the cash a well assorted
%nd beautiful line of - - -
and in fact everything in the Dry
Goods line. I have also laid in a
first-class stock of
HATS AND SHOES,
made by the best manufacturers. My
My Stock of GROCERIES
Was Never More Complete;
both in'quantity and quality.
These goods were bought as cheap
as the hard cash could buy them, and
my patrons will get the advantage of
my cheap purchases.
Mrs. Loyns has replenished her
Millinery Stock, and is prepared to
turn out as neat and stylish milli
nery work as any establishment
in the State.
.Opposite Central Hotel.
Thomas & Bradham's
A arioad of well-broke
They are extra fine drivers. Our
establishment has recently been
stocked with a fall line of ..
Buggies, Carriages; Roadcarts and
They were purchased direct from
the~factories, and you will save money
by buying from us. We also have in
stock a ~comnplete line of Carriage,
Buggy, and Wagem IARNESS. The
Mowsrs & Reipers
are handled by us as general agents,
and we can give our friends 'Se ad
vantage of good, easy terms. We also
have a good supply of RED RUST
PROOF OATS and WHEAT, . and
the best SEED RYE The highest
prices are paid by us for fat beef cat
tle and milch cows. Before buying
elsewhere call upon us.
Thomas & Bradham.
CAUTION.--'' a efeater offers W. E.
bottom~pushim down aeatraud.
ef. TRMSa . M. HOAS
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3TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
0URT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Thomas Wilson, Plaintiff,
Henry L. Benbow, Defendant.
JUDCMEHT OF FORECLOSURE AND SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
udg-ment order of the Court of Com
non Pleas in the above stated case,
searing date the '3d day of March,
894, I will sell at public auction to the
Lighest bidder, for cash, at Clarendon
ourthouse, at Manning, in said coun
y, within the legal hours for judicial
ales, on the first Monday in April,
L D. 1894, the following described
I. All that tract of land or planta
ion situated in the said County of
31arendon, containing twelve hun
[red acres, more or less, and bounded
Ls follows: North by lands of the es
ate of James H. Tindal, lands of es
ate of S. C. Brunson, lands of C. B.
'obia, and lands of estate of H. F.
L'indal; east by lands of estate of Jas.
1. Tindal, and lands of Hulda Shep
Lrd, sometimes called John Shep
)ard's lands; south by the tract of
and hereinafter described, numbered
'I," and lands of estate of William
3ryant, and on the west by lands of
state of S. C. Brunson.
II. All that tract of land or planta
ion situated in the said County of
larendon, containing six hundred
,cres, more or less, and bounded as
ollows: North by the said above de
cribed twelve hundred acre tract of
and, and land of Louis Benbow; east
>y lands of estate of William Bryant,.
,nd lands of B. R. Bryant, known as
ands of R. B. Harvin and occupied
>y him, and lands of Sarah Anderson,
Lnd on the west by lands of, or lands
laimed by, Ezra A. Tindal, and lands
f estate of Brunson.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
D. J. BRADHAM,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
March 7, 1894.
3TATE OFSOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
OURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Samuel A. Rigby, Plaintiff,
Tames McCauley, Anna E. McCauley,
R. B. McCauley, 0. D. McCauley,
Mary E. Ridgill, and J. R. Ridgill,
JUDCMENT FOR FORECLOSURE AND SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
judgment of the Court of Com
mon Pleas in the above stated case,
bearing date the 21st day of October,
A. D. 1893, and the further order of
the said court bearing date March 3d,
A. D. 1894, which said judgment and
order are on, file in the office of the
Clerk of said Court, I will sell at pub
Lie auction, to the highest bidder, for
cash, at Clarendon courthouse, at
Manning, in said county of Clarendon,
within the legal hours for judicial
sales, on the first Monday in April,'
A. D. 1894, the following described
That parcel of land situated in said
County of Clarendon, containing
forty (40) acres, and bounded on the
north by a parcel of land recently
sold under the judgment first above
referred to and. conveyed by me as
sheriff to Samuel A. Rigby; East by
the said parcel of land so conveyed to
the said Samuel A. Rigby and by
lands of J. E. Tindal; south,- south
east and west by lands of J.
E. Tindal, and delineated on a
a plat dated Dec. 22d, 1893, made
by Junius E. Scott, D. S., and num
bered "1" on said plat, whichisaid plat
is annexed to [he sheriff's report of
sale made in the above entitled .ac
tion in February A.~D., 1894, and on
file in the of fice of said Clerk of said
Notice is also given that any person
or persons to whom ;he said premises
may be struck off at such sale will be
required forthwith to comply with
the terms of sale.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
D). J. BRADHAM,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
March 7, 1894.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON,
Ceuirt of~ Common Pleas.
Thomas P. Broughton, Plaintiff,
W. C. Broughton, Defendant.
JUDCMENT OF FORECLOSURE AND SALE. -
UNDER AND BY.VIRTUE OF A
judgment order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas in the above stated case,
bearing date the 3d day of March,
1894, I will sell at public auction to the
highest bidder, for cash, at Clarendon
court house, in Manning, in said
eounty, within the legal hours for ju
dibial sales, on the first Monday in
Ap A. D). 1894,. the following
1. That paof land situated in
said county conf' inlg two hundred
a~nd . seventy-two ' es, bounded
north by lands of Pare .Brough-'
ton, east by P. H. Bruho and,
south by E. J. Broughton's land,~.
west by Santee river.
2. That parcel of land situated in
said county containing eighteen and
sixth-tenths acres, and bounded north
by lands P. H. Broughton, east by
Lands of J. J. Broughton, and south
and west by E. J. Broughton's lands.
3. All that parcel of land situated in
said count y containing sixty-two and
ne-half acres, bounded north by
ands of J. J. Broughton, east by J.
L. Brougton's lands, south by lands
>f J. J. Brougton and the Richard
[Lawrence land, and on the west by
;he Charleston road.
Purchaser to pay for pa rs.
Sheriff Clarendon County.
March 7, 1894.
MANNING, S. C., Feb. 23, 1894.
Under and by virtue of an act of
;he General Assembly passed at the
session of 1893, whereby the county
sommissioners are directed to fix a
icense for hawkers and peddlers comn
ng into or doing business in this coun
by, the county commissioners have
fixed the following amiounts to be paid
ror a license for the year 1894, and all
persons interested are required to
to take notice:
Peddlers, hawkers, and vendors of
stores, ranges, and lightning-rods
Peddlers and vendors of sewing ma
:hines, clocks, pianos and organs
Bureaus, bed-steads, bed-springs,
Lnd other furniture-20.00.
Peddlers and hawkers of medicines,
;rinkets, toys and other wares and
nerchandise of like kind-$15.00.
Peddlers and hawkers of any and
Lll other kinds of wares and merchan.
lise not hereinbefore provided for an
aot exempt under Act-$15.00.
By order of Board.
SEA L] W. C. DAVIS,