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THE MANING TIlES
WEDNESDAY, SEP. 29, 1880.
S. S. DWKINS, Eciitor.
Our Standard Bearers.
J. . ReHAnDSON, of Clarendon.
Lieu femrn! Goernor,
W. L. MAULDim, of Greenville.
W. Z. LErTNEu, of Kershaw.
W. E STONLY, of Berkeley.
J. H. EARLE, of Sumter.
I. S. BAmEBri, of Barnwell.
Afjutant and InIgector Gene2mra,
M. L. BoxHxAI, of Abbeville.
Superintendent of Education,
J. H. RICE, Of Abbeville.
Congre.z,for Third I)i4rict,
GEo. W. DARGAN, of Dariiugton.
JosEPH F. RIIAME.
House of Renresentalices,
JAEs E. TxD.U,
R R. PLowmEs, JR.
D. J. BrADH..
H. H. HVGoons.
P. G. Br~Now.
A. MooIuE BrtIusroRD,
E C. HORToN,
T. J. CoLE.
A Long Needed Want Sup
The commercial interests of Man
ing have saffered for a long time se
nous injury for the want of more am
e opportunities for disposing of the
large cotton crop of the county. To
be plain, the imprcssion prevails
throughout, almost the entire county,
and we might justly add, not without
cause, that the cotton market of Man
ning, for a town of its size and facili
ties, is the poorest in the State. This
has, to our personal knowledge, seri
ously affected the trade of the place.
We have looked with mortification on
the bales of cotton being taken, with
in a radious of a few miles of Man
ning, a distance of twenty miles or
more, to the town of Sumter, or then
,shipped to Charleston and sold.
. Our merchants, or a majority of
them, at least, have felt more keenly
thuianv one else, the evil consequen
amdofhis deserting of home by our
peple:and resoing to other marts
ito sell and .buy. They have used
strenuous'eforts to stop the tide, and
-though willing and anxious to extend
:to the famer equal or greater advan
tages in disposing of their cotton than
is afforded by some of our neighbor
' - towns, yet on account of their pe
'uia circumstances-they have to con
tend against ,(notably .heing bound to
pay a heavy commission, storage etc.
to factors) they have found it impos
sible. Bealing this and .experienc
ing its dire consequences, strenuous
efforts have been made, time and
again, to induce what is known in
commercial circles, as a cotton buyer,
to locate in Manning. This is a per
eon whose sole business is to buy cot
ton, and who by his mercantile asso- .
ciations is freed from the burdens that
usually encumber the ordinary mer
chant, and hence is enabled to pay in
cash, the highest market prices for
We have been fortunate in having.
the presence of Mr. H. Schwerin in
that capacity, and there is a proba
.bility that others may be induced to
.come and occupy this inviting field.
Where an enterprise of this sort re
sults in so great benefit to the party
iaving the staple for sale, it is hoped
that they, in turn, will be brought to
realize the fact that our home mer
,chants should -be patronized just as
-long as they offer equal inducements
.with those which carry the cotton to
xengte markets. They should see
their own interest and put all goods
at such -a price as will effectually draw
from the minds of our people, that
one oppressive idea, that there is'
pothing but lien priees in Manning.
iitary Parade at Panola
On last Saturday at P~anola, two;
companies of Calvary, the "'Hampton
Light Dragoon" and the "Connor
Mounted Riflemnen," were upon pa
made and reviewed by Aaj. and Isp.
General M. Ls. Bonham, hr.
The day was a festive one, bright
gand unclouded, and the drill did great
.credit to rank and file. Every 'nw
noucre was skillfully executed, and
showed, to the satisfaction of all, that
Clarendon has a squadron of Cavalry
of which she might well be proud.
Gen'l Bonham, whose soldierly bear
ing won golden opinions from all
spectators, delivered a chaste and
stirring speech, anid m:td2 a miost fa
worable impression upon all p'resent.
He complimented in glowing terms,
the "cHampton Light Dragoons," and
said the State bad no superior com
pany. After the exercises on the field:
had ended, the oflicers and guests:
wvere invited to the social Hall of that
princely host. Capt. 1). 'W. Brails
ford, and all who were fortunate en
.ougly to be there, will not soon forget
the hilarious occasion, where wit,
wine, and the choicest viands of li1
planked the well-laden boardI. Only'
one ti ieedful aaedA to those
who enjoyed the feast, and that the
presence of some fair lady to bask in
3ir. John 31. Tinitdal Relf1ies.
We publish below, at the request of
Col. H. L. Benbow, a letter received
from Mr. John M. Tindal in reply to
an article in the To:s of the 23 rd ult..
in which the attempt is maIde to sel
the matter right by explanation. But
it is a mere (istinction without a dif
ference. It is very obvious from his
letter, that under the name of a "niere
business trans:ct:on," he clainws the
right of controlling the labor of the
country and no deni:d of the fact. that
the halnds ordered from the cotton
field of some of our far:niers. and nien
tioned in the article of the 22nd. was
not done in pursuance of his order,
or that of his agents.
Mn. Er-rroR:-Although I dlislikC
newspapcr notoricty, I find it necessa
ry in my own decfncc to reply to your
editorial headd "Labor Orgaization
contained in your issue of Sept. 22,
If a labor union has been formed
in Sumter Or rClendon County I ami
not aware of it-ceitainly am not at
the head of such a union. The notice
to laborers only means this: That 1
have advanced money and goods to
certain persons under contract in wri
ting, to pick cotton for me in pay
ment, the labor to be performed upon
notice from me or mv agent, as to
time or place.
This is a mere business transaction
between the pa'rties, with which busy
bodies have nothing to do. I am
thoroughly identified with the agri
cultural inferest of Sumter County.
and take a deep interest in the same.
Would it not be well for Col. H. L.
Benbow to get his facs straight be
fore he undertakes to criticise the ac
tions of others?
Jons .L TiuNDAn.
izrivateer, Sumter Co., Sept. 25th.
The Lumacy Law.
We take occasion to call the atten
tion of the candidates for the Legis
lature to the defects in the law rela
ting to the admission of pauper pa
tients to the Lunatic Asvlum. Un
der a recent amendment, passed prob
ably as a concession to the popular
cry for economy, it is made unlawful
to~senl a pauper lunatic, idiot or im
becile to the asylum unless two phy
sicians certify in writing that he is'
dangerous or violent. All that can be!
done for such persons, whose friends
cannot provide for them, is to send
them to the county poor houses. In
these institutions, as is well known,
there are no means or authority for
confining them and no facilities for
their proper treatment. They can
climb the fences, if the gates are lock
ed, and leave whenever they please,
and, when at large, may wander into
danger or get lost and die from star
vation and exposure. Besides, in or:
out of the poor houses, they are liable
at any moment, through mere imbe-,'
cility of mind, to unintentionally
cause immeasurable destruction of
life and property, or in a sudden fit
of passion, which in such persons is
easily excited, to become violent and
dangerous. It is like locking thd sta
ble after the horse has been stolen to
confine a lunatic in the asylum a/?er
he has committed some violent and
dangerous act, instead of shutting him
up in time to p)revent his doing so, to
say nothing of the inhumanity of
withholding proper care and attend
ance, which can only be had in a well
equipped lunatic asylum, for this
unfortunate class. Shortly before or
during the last session of the General
Assembly, we called attention t~o this
matter, and urged the members ofj
that body to repeal the objectionable
provision, but nothing was done. W\e
now refer to the matter again, for we
consider it of great importance, in
viewv of the safety of the community,
humanity towards the harmless pau
per lunatics, and genuine economy,
for there is no economy in putting
such persons in the codnty poor hous
es, ijastead of the State Asylum.
We have headed this article "The
Lunacy Law," but .the provision re
ferred to, if judged on its merits,
might well lay claim to the title of
"The Luuatic Law," though it e->uld
not with any propriety be caled
JRegretting His 1)-parture.
WHmas, the Rev. L. D. Bass has
this day tendered his resignation as
pastor of this Church, where for two
years or more he has labored so earn
estly and faithfully; and whereas, we
are grieved to part with one we love
so well--therefore be it resolved,
1st. That wve .tender him our heart
felt thank-s for the work of the past,1
and beg God's blessings to accom
pany him in his new field of labor.
2nd, That wve recommend him as
an earnest christian, a zealous worker,.
a true friend, and one that is ever
ready to advance the cause of Jesus.
3r'd, That these resolutions be in
scribed upon our minute book, and a
copy of same be sent etich of our
county papers for publication; also
the Baptist Cou'rer.
Done by order of the church in con-d
erence, Sept. 19th, 1886.1
A. H. D. Cuxmon~n, MIod.
We are still at the old stand, and if'
ou want to help us,
NOW IS THlE TIME.
Anm order now~ is worth TmaUcE ast
nuh to us as iat will be at any other
Mr- Send for price list and mail us
our orders and we'll tmrt you well.
WECH & EASON,
185 & 187 Meeting Street, and 117
Market St.-Warehouse, 22 Hayne
V 1I IA LEN . N. Vt.I
COUNTY TRtEASURER'S OFFICE.
M:nning. S. C., September. ISS.
T 'IE TAX B('OKS WILL BE OPENED
for the collection of taxes fot the fiscal
year, commeneing November ist, 1885, on
the 15th day of c(tober next, and will re
mainl open u.ip to and including the 15th day
of December following, afte.r which time the
books will be closed. and a penalty of 15
per centum will attach to all unpaid taxes,
as the law directs.
The following is the
For State Purposes, five and one
fourth mills ( 5})
For tUrdinary County Purposes,
four mills ( 41)
For School purpots, two mills ( 2
For Deficiency, 16N1-5 -ne mill (1
For Bonded Debt, one-half mill ( 1)
Total, twelve and three-fourth
mills on the dollar (12:)
of the assessed value of all t:xable property
both real and peisonal.
p All male citizens between the ages of
21 and 00 years are liable to a Poll Tax of
one dollar, except those incapable of earn
ing a support, fron being maimed or from
The Ta Bill provides-that all taxes
herein assessed shall be due and payable in
the following kinds of funds, and no other:
Gold and Silver Coin, U. .. Currency,
National Bank Notes and Coupons which
shall become due and payable in 1880., on
State Bonds known as "Brown Bonds" and
as "Deficiency Bonds," provided, however,
that jury and State witness' certificates be
received for County Taxes, not including
The Tax Bill further provides-that there
shall be no extension of time for collection
of taxes without penalties, beyond the 15th
day of December, 188U.
Thc fLlowing appointments will be filled
for the purpose of collecting taxes:
Brunson's X Roads, Monday, Oct. 18.
David Levi's Store, Tuesday, Oct. 19.
Suramerton, Wednesday, Oct. 20.
Fulton, Monday, Oct. 25.
). W. Brailsford's, Tuesday, Oct. 26.
Hodges X Rloas, Wednesday. Oct. 27.
Sprott's Store, Monday, Nov. 1.
F. Dnffy's old store, Friday, Nov. 5.
Foreston, Tuesday, Nov. 0.
Wilson's Mill, Friday, Nov. 12.
Harvins, (C. R. R.) Tuesday, Nov. 1G.
J. J. Convers, Tharsbay, Nov. 18.
Midway (McFaddin Store) Monday, Nov.
I. J. McFaddin's, Tuesday, Nov. 23.
J.. J. Dickson's Store, Wednesday, Nov.
W. J. Gibbons. Thursday, Nov. 25.
New Zion, Friday, Nov. 26.
Tindal's Mill. Thursday, Dec. 2.
The Tresurer's oflice in Manning will be
closed while the above appointments are be
11. It. HUGGINS,
Treasurer Clarendon County.
TIhe next examinaition of tea.cers to teach
in the free common school. of the County
will be held in the Court House at Manning,
on Friday and Saturday, t'he first and sec
ond days of October next. Friday will be
given to the examination of white teachers,
and Saturday to the colored.
In this connection and for the benefit of
apliicants, I would call attention to the fol
lowing resolution of the State Board of Ex
'Resolved, That the State Superintendent
of Education be required to prepare, in fu
tnre, only one set of questions for all three
grades for use by the County Board of Ex
r.mniners, and that applicants for County
Certificates of Qualification be required to
make a general average of not less than 80
per cent for a tirst grade certificate, '70 pcr
tent for a second grade, and 601 per cent.f'or
e. third grade; andl not less than 40 per cent.
n any one branch."
The School Trustees will please extend
J. J. CONYERS,
School Comi'r Clarendon Co.
Sept. 20, 1886.
Sale of Personally.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Corsnr or Ca.usxoN.
TOTiCE IS HIERE3Y GIVEN TIIAT
pu~trsu~ant to an amrendatory order from
he J udge of Probate of said County, bear--.
ng date Seputember 18th, 128G,. I will, on.1
IIondaty, the fourth day of October next
Sdeslay, in the town of Manning .in said
:ountv, beginnmng at 10 o'clock A. M.. seli[
it public auction, to the highest bidder, for
vgsh, all of the remainder of the personal
')roperty belonging to the estate ot Jamies.
EI. McFaddin, deceased, consisting of:
One horse, one mule, one carriage and
iarness, one watch and chain. And inune
liately thereafter, continuing from day to
lay. beginning at 10 o'clock each day, until
:he entire stock shall have been disposed of,
stock of General Merchandize consisting
Dry goods, ready made clothing, Boots
tnud shoes, hats and caps, hardware, cutlery
Purchases will be delivered only wvhea
MATILDA R. McFADD)IN,
Adomrx of Est. of James 1L McFaddin,
The fall Session of Sumnmerton
lIigh School will begin on Monday
ieptember 6th, 188U.
The Principal will have competent
Terms per month: from $1.50 to
;4.00, according to grade.
Board, from $S to $10.
r' For further particulars, apply
o Dr. T. L. Burgess, Chairman Board
if Trustees, or to
Pri",e Li,'t men tion tapaper and
aducen. JONES OF BINGHAMTON,
MRS, A. EDWARDS
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE,
Manning, S. (C.,
Fresh Fruits. Vepttables, Nuts, &c., on
hand and arriving daly.
My Bakery Depart-I
Complete with bread and pastry.
COME AND SEE IE AND BE CON
vinced that my prices are low and that I
cannot be undersold.
Both lighlt and heavy and always fresh.
21 Canned Goods in endless variety.
Countrv tra(le solicited.
I thank my frinls and patrons for past
favors and ask a continuance of same.
Remember the place oposite Court
I houeI. De, 17
State of South Carolina, i Court of Common
County of Clarendon. Pleas.
Francis J. Peizer, Francis S. R'odgers, W.
G. 'Mnckenfuss, T. S. Inglesby. and Francis
J. Pclzer, Jr., Copartners as P'elzer, Rodgcrs
William 0. McIntosh,
IN OBEDIENCE TO AN ORDER TO
ine directed in above stated case, by
Judge B. C. Pressley, I will sell in front of
the Court -iouse in Manning, within legal
hours, on 'Monday, the 4th day of October
next, to the highest bidder for cash, the fol
lowing property, to wit:
All that parcel or tract of land on the
North side of Newman's Branch on Green
Bay, waters of Pudding Swamp, containing!
three hundred and twenty acres, and boun
ed on the North and North West by the
lands of Daniel Dennis, and the lands of
Mrs. Leonora J. Green, and on the North
East by the estate of B. Evans, and on the
South East by lands of L. T. Player, lands
of E. S. McIntosh and lands of 31. P. McIn
tosh, and on the South by lands of M. P.f
McIntosh and lands of Harper Woods.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
H. H. LESESNE,
Sheriff Clarendon County. ]
Sep. 8th, 188G.
State of South Carolina i Court of Conimon
Clarendon County. j Pleas.
H. 31. Ulaig,
F. P. Harrington,
Order of Foreclosure.
. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVFN THAT
.I under and by virtuo of a decree made
in the above entitled action, by Judge B. C.
Pressley, dated Feb. 10th, 188G, I will sell
to the highest bidder, for cash, at Manning, (
in the said County and State, in front of the a
Court House, within the usual hours of sale, ~
on Monday, the 4th day of October, 1880,
the following parcels of hand, or so much
thereof as may be necessary to pay the costs
and expenses of sale and of the said action
and the amount now due upon ther Bond and
3Mortgage, ordered to be foreclosed by the
said decee. The following is a descrip
tion of the premises, viz:
1. A parcel of land containing three
hundred and forty-three acrcs, more or less,
and is bounded on the North by lands of B.
G. Pierson, East by lands now or formerly
of D. E. Reardon, South by run of B3lack:
Rlivcr, and West by the pareel of land be
2. That other parcel of lad containing
two hundred and fifty seven acres, more or
less, and is bounded North by lands of John
Fullwood, East by the parcel of land just
above described, South by Black iver, and
West by lads of L. D. Player and M!. V.
Evans. Purchaser to pay for paper.
H. H. LESESNE,
Sep. 8th, 1886. hfCardoC.
~Wholesale Grocers and C
Commissoni Mterchants- E
159 EAST BAY,Q
CHA RLESTON, S. C.
Direct Importers of Ales, Porters,
Wines, and Brandies. c
Aug 18 O
F. N. Wilson,
INSURANCE AGENT Ty
MANNLNG, S. C.
MKasixo, S. C., Aug. 26, 1886.
A Grananar School for Boys and Girls.
R1EY. L, W. JENKINS, Pu~xcnir..
-The second year of this School will begin Fl
Sept. 6th, 18N, and close June, I887. The
several courses of study, as presented be
low, are designed .to meet the present and
prospecctive wants of those who may attend .
COURSE OF STUDY.
Spelling. First Rleader, Primary Arithmie
tic, and Writing.
Spelling, secondl and 'Third Readers, P
Writt, n Arithmetic. Primary Geography,
Engl ish G rammuai-, Primary History. Comn
positions, Writing, Declamation.
Fo'.rthr R~eader, iractied Arithmetic, In
ermred'ite Greogra'py. Eng'lislh Grammiar,
I ;listor of Soau Cariolina . C ondensed U. S.
I irstory, Comrposition, Dieaion, Writing,
.ranua mpsiti on ami 1Uhetorie. Hi s
'rv of E n bmd, ~'e Ihysic.tauy, French.
Luin ,' r h Elueutin, Dreaiaaion, The
Exp~es and other. particubirs, apply to
h..e > b.i n Icpl
Thle Bai:ss in F:1 :m- ilu~er ( ;:0s 8
L UIS LOYNS'
4tore, where attractions.Still ntinue.
f full line of Dress God:; muiYi* of
1ohair Mi-nxture, Diagonal 0110
Serge, Diagonal Cashmere,
Oriole Ca s h mere.
Mauch Serge, Persian
Suitings and P
Harmony Li -
Eddystone Linings, Ca1
A. full line of White (oods anid E!fbroideriCs alwa vs oil
Ladies and Misses Jerse Jackets.
Hoods and Worsted Cloaks.
La dies Walkingj Jackets,
Ladies and Misses Solid Colored Iose.
Gloves. Iandkereheif's, tid everything- usual
ly kept in a First-class Dry Goods Store.
ients' Furn-ishing Goods.
Men's. Youths' and Boys' Clothing. of latest styles and low
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Wear the Standard Screw Fastened Boots and Shoes.
Hats and Caps
or n, Boys ind Children. of the latest styles and lowest
resh lot of
!ways on I land at - A ;k ibhom" prices. Sole agenit for The
Vestnin-tI- Roler A 'a ten t lour. the est on the aihirket.
Try a ca.ni 01 (ur [olnnental Bakint- Powder for 50c.. and
lamp comaplete. wortdi 50 cents. thrown In Ifree.
Grand Central Tea, 00c. per pound. and a china eup and
aucer put in with every pound.
I have this year added to my general stock. a nice and
arefullv selected stock of furniture, consistinm of Bed Room
ets, Bedsteads, Chairs, Tables, 3iatresses. Bureaus. and Zinc
afe's at the very lowest market prices.
W2Thanks for past favors, and solicit a continiuanice of same.
SSept22 ~LOUIS LOYNS.
At the Saloon~ of S. Woij.o Koi E. Agt.. the
celebrated "Streep stakes' Ryve Wh iskey. pe
pared and sold only by Mlesses. Mayer, Sons &
Co., of Philadelphia. Thliis wh iskey has a nation
al reputation for its medicinal quual ities.
M1r. Wolkoviskie has on hanud, also, the "Ger
man Bitters," highly recollanendecd as a liver reg-~
Dr H BAER,
holesale Druggist, Nos. 131 & 1:33 (ELINIG C
Meeting street, Charleston, S. C. p
caler in Drugs, Medicines, Foreign t
2d Domestic Chemicals, Glassware, a wa mi.7
pices, Brushes, Essential Oils, Sur- , mms a-rs 23cr!*i s.
cal Instruments, Perfumery, Fancy ****Y ~ 60 ""'c'i*inZ :"a~ ca=s
oods, SHOW CASES, of 'all sizes, Easy C'iir Co., No.', Uayec:n.
d all articles usually found in a 1 0 ge g W , Sie f f enaS
irst-claiss Drug House. Prices low~ wniomAL anoC~n,
nck sales an(1 small profits. Anetion and coimaiissn :arerchant and
- - - LIQToTIt DEALER.
P A TENTS J - ~&19EstBy Calstn
LVATS, TRADE MARKS AN DPYORI9iliS era, an the cecrted roa,1ert. -.;
Atained, and all other busines in the( U.
PTeF t0oiice attended to for Jm'iOD'l- TONSORIAL AR~TIST.
send JI&JDEL OI: DIRAWING. We ad
se as to patenability free of charge and I have cpened a first-class Shaving Saloon
make N'. (1I.110/E UNI.ESS WE OB-J at the Enteiprise office, and solic it th~e pat
1IX I'A T E7. ronage of the citizens of MIannin~g and corn
We refer here to the Postmaster, the supt. muinity.
MIoney order Div., and to officials of the Pmeris--H~air Cutting, 25c.; shaving, 10c.;
s. Patent Office. For eircnlar, advice, shampooin;., 25e'.
ems and references to actual clients in e - ~special attention given t) > hjldrea.
ur own state or County. write to e. C. IEDIC,
C. A. SNOW & CO., july 7, issO.
)posite Patent oillec, washington,D. C.
CHAmLE5TON, s. C. CLr..S
I_ $ li9I DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION,
1s iATs, IL~> all.0 AD 82.!I0 'S WEAKNESS, CHILLS AND FEVERS,
1tA!5,Sl.5~ ~OAN! $2~c MALARIA, LIVER COMPLAINT,
E~xcellent ersiw nre Airy rooms. KiDNEY TROUBLES,
[O. ~hI~ P~ rit. NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM.
FO.PI rp~tr Tis Invigorat. JT gives NEW
Ii~otel Centniy Located. Iing and De- LIFE to the
_____ ightful to t'he, whole SYsTEM
-and of great valur by Strengthening -
asIa DI 0icine M c the .uscles, Ton
W l esal~ e er oe ande c. ' -~ - nd t e t NE V
o-visions, Liquo'rs, Tobacco, Etc. Isl ioces te an hl ndcipeey
79 & 1(; East Day Cwb~I.'
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' ~ ~ I no hu.rtfu. b cdia
Established i84E. Minerasisscom- physitirs.:euingI
selected Vegeta- cases at HOM.t
ble Medxcine: mILed, togther
com bined skil w ith set ot han- i
lty, z.king sm crds .'byrnew
Safe and Pleasant He. iotype process,i
UstByaa4$atl5 SaeS, .i. Ia ' 1 1: 1 I. I da Remedy. on rccipt of zo c.
a con~mmm ,m-MVolina Drug and Chemical Company.
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Ritr.Ebc-nezer, Can(e Savannah, Water
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Pasnesfor Columibia and all point
onC .R. R., C. C. & A. R. R. stations
Aikrn Juncton. and all points beyond
.hould te No. 40. Pullman Sleepei for
Augusta on this train.
J. F. DEVINE, G.-neral Supt.
J. 1R.Ksr, p'.rn. .
T. M. E MEl SON, r-ten. Pass. Agt.
~ORTHEATEM R. RCOMPANY,
CHAr.LSTON, S. C., June 20, 1886.
oN AND AFTER1 THIS DATE THE fo!
lowing Schedule will be run.
Leav Ch stan, No. 43 12.05 P. M1.
Leve h.eston. No. 47 12.25 A. 31.
Arrive Florence, No. 43, 4.10 P. A1.
Arrive Florene. No. 47, 4.11 A. M.
Lea lonce, No. 40, 1.35 A. M.
Leave Fiorenee, No. 42, 11.05 P. .1.
Arrive Charleston, No. 40, 5.00 A. 31.
Arriv ( Charleston. No. 42. 4.5 P. M.
Ne.\ 40 and :.7 will not stop at way sta
42. and 43 will stop at all stations.
No. 4ov will stop at Kingstree, Lanes andl
Fast Line between CJAPj.mTro AND
CoLUrIA AXD UPE SouTH CAnous.1.
GoIa WEST. Gonro EAsT.
7.2 a. Lv. Charleston, S. C. Ar.J9.10) ~r..
6.4 l" j "' Lanes, " 1" 7.45
Sumter, " " 6.42
04 .r. Colibia, " !Lv 5.27 "
0.02 e.:.:."Winnsboro, ", 3.8
.18 -- " Chester, " " 3.4
6b.0 " " 'orkville, " " '11.450- 31
7 " Lancastr " " 7.00
~3" Roel:.ll, "" 2.02 P x
1.1.5 " , "Charlotte, N. -C. " 1.00
12.48 5 11 'Newberry. S. C.ILv 3.04 r Mt
2.12 " " Greenwood, " " 12.44",
3 ""Laurens, " " 9.10A
4.47 " Anderson, " " 10.22
5Greenville, " ' 9.45
6.33 I Walhalla, " 8.20
4.10 ") Abbeville. " " 11.05 "
:3.20 " " Spartanburg"'| "j|12.10pra
7.1'. " Hlenderson'l N C " . 7.00 AMa
On Sundays train will leave Charleston,
S. C., 8.415 A. 31., arrive Columbia 1.00 P.
M.RtriglevsClmi 5.27 P. M.,
Soli1d Trains betweenr Charleston and Col
uiai~:. S. C. Special Parlor Cars attached to
this traihn between Charleston and Colu
bl:. No extra chargec for seat in these
cars to passengers holding First Chass tick
T. M1. EMtEESoN,
J. F DrvNE. Gen'l P'ass. Agent.
Having made arrangements with
the best distilleries, I am now pre
pared to furnish my customers with
Purest Distilled Liquors.
My stock is now complete with the
choicest brands of
I have in stock a magnificent line
of (Cigars and Tobacco in which
I diefy competition.
n-s for MeLdicinal pur
I also take pleasure in introducing
the Kurnitz kie's celebrated Wire
Girass Bitters; also the Carolina
iinger Tonic. These Bitters and
l'onics are noted for their miedicinal
3Iy Pool and Billiard tables
.UiE .w W >N FrsT-cLAS&.
Thauing the public for past pat
:onage and solicitmng a continuance
>f same. I remain,
S. WOLKOVISKTZE, AGT
i7O0 mS2500 2ea
Xpense. canf be( miade workingforus.
Agnsysfrred who can furnish their
wn hrs d give their whole time to
bebuiness. Spare mLomenfts may be prof
:nt ~mloyed1 :ds. A fe va~fcancie in
P'12 Main St., Richmond, T..
4, A. NELSON & Co.
Wholsaie dealers in
1BOOTS and SHOES,
No. 31 Hayne St.,
GJiwrleston, ,S. *C.
Seisb irect from the Mantufacturers.
Mu. nte to sell as low in prices as any