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TIE MANNING TIMES.
Published zery Wednesday.
S. A. NETTLES,
EDITOR AND PROPRIEToRl.
M. CLINTON GALLUCHAT,
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S. A. NETTLES,
Manning. S. C.
Wednesday, June 20, 1888.
The friendsof the Hon. H. H. NEWTON,
appreciating his past public services re
spectfully nominate him as a candidate for
Congress, subject to the action of the Dem
ocratic party. May 22, 1888.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
The friends of JOSEPH SPROTT, Jr.,
knowing him to be a good business man,
a true and tried Democrat, and thoroughly
competent to discharge the duties of County
Treasurer, announce' im as a candidate for
election at the coming primary election.
FOR CLERK OF COURT.
We are authorized to announce JAMES
E. DAVIS a candidate for re-election to the
office of Clerk of Court, subject to the decis
ion of the Democratic party.
FOR COU3TY AUDITOR.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election to the office of County Audit
or, pledging myself to abide the action od
th eocraic party.
DAN'L J. BRADHAM.
June 12, 1888.
-Ladies' mitts only 7 cents, good value
25 eents, at M. Levi's.
-B. P. Barron, Esq., was in Kingstree
-Ladies' fischus, 73 cents and $1, good
value $2 to $3, at . Levi's.
-Miss Emma Johnson, of Salem, died
yesterday, aged about thirty-two years.
-The Society editor is neglecting his
business again, and in consequence no per
sonal column appears.
-The-State executive committee met in
Columbia last night, to appoint a time for
holding the next State convention.
-Trial Justice Bragdon, of Foreston,
will hold court in Manning next Saturday.
The Coleman-Keels cases are involved.
-Rev. J. S. Beasley will preach the dedi
catory sermon for the new Methodist church
at Oakland next Sunday morning at 11
-Mr. James E. Davis left last night for
Florence, to attend a meeting of the con
gressional executive committee of the sixth
-The Methodist Quarterly Conference for
*Manning Station will meet in this plce
next Saturday. Rev. J. S. Beasley will
preach at 11 oclock in the morning.
-Mrs. Maggie Odom, wife of Mr. L. D.
Odoms, died of consumption, at the Asylum
in Columbia last Tuesday. Her body was
brought to this place Wednesday for inter
*-Mr. W. B. Bonham has closed his sehcoi
in Foreston, and accepted a position as
traveling agent for the Charleston World.
He was in town Monday. We wish him
great success in his new work.
-Mr. it. Kalisky will have for sale to-day,
Friday, and Saturday, those delicious ice
cream blocks, made by Von Santen, of Char..
leston, of pure ice cream, and sold for only
S cents a block. Cheap and delicious.
-Mr. Sam M1. Barfield, of Manning, and
Miss Jeannette HWas of Charleston, were
married by a trial justice in Summerville,
Monday afternoon, June 11th. They arriv
ed in Manning last Wednesday morning.
-The Panola and Manning base ball
clubs will play a match game, near the
Academy in this place, next Friday after
noon. The ladies are invited to attend.
We hope our boys will redeem themselves
in this game.
-We learn that the hook and ladder
track is to be turned over to a colored com
pany. .This is a good move, .and one we
have advocated for a long time. Th~e color
ed people will take pride in it, and in case
of fire will be of great benefit to tbe town.
--We forgot to state last week that in a
match game of base ball between the June
ville and Foreston clubs, played in this
place Friday June 8th, that Juneville won
the gameby ascore of 25 to5. A bad beat;
and then Manning was beat last Thursday
by Foreston by a score of 24 to 18. What
would our boys do with Jluneville? They
must play up, and do better next time.
--Mr. Fred Thames informs us that a cat
belonging to Mr. Eden living near Panola,
recently gave birth to seven kittens, all per
fectly formed, but four of them are connect
ed together by a kind of ligament, some
what like the Siamese twins. If Mr. Eden
will take care of these kittens until they are
grown, he can easily realize several hun
dred dollars for them from some museum.
-One of the principal attractions last
Thursday at the Foreston picnic, was the
cornfield of Capt. R. R. Hudgins, almost
adjoining the picnic ground. The corn is
planted thick enough to make 150 bashels
to the acre, and the stalks are large enough
for each to support five or six ears of corn.
The field itself looks, when one gets in it
among the corn, like some vast primneval
forest. With good seasons the ten acres
will yield probably a thousand bushels,
though Capt. Hudgins says he will be sat
isfied with eight hundred. Mr. A. J. Wal
ter, who is one of the most successful corn
planters in the State, superintends Mr.
Hrdgins's farmimr interests.
Manning Guards in Foreston.
On last Thursday morning, although old
Sol's rays were for a while hidden by fore
boding clouds, our town was alive and
astir by -.u early hour. It was the morn
ing of the long talked of picnic, giv
en by the Manning Guards, and
each and every one was busy prepar
ing to leave on the 8.48 train, which
was to carry them to Foreston, the place se
lected for the picnic. Upon arriving at the
depot a coach was in waiting for the ladies,
and a more beautiful bevy of Clarendon's
fair daughters, it has never been our good
'brtune to meet. At the appointed time the
train arrived, and in a few minutes we
reached Foreston. The entire village seem
ed to have turned out en masse to welcome
the visitors, and soon they were here, there,
and every where, about five hundred per
sons from all parts of the county, one hun
dred and fifty having gone from Manning.
A large stand had been erected, capble of
seating several hundred. During the day
the Surter string bana furnished delight
ful music. After a lapse of about an hour
spent in greeting friends, &c., a consider
able part of the crowd repaired to the Acad
emy hall, where the young folks enjoyed
themselves dancing. Dinner, one of the
most interesting features of the day, came
next, and under a beautiful grove of oaks,
on quite an extensive table made in the
form of a hollow square, and about one
hundred and fifty feet long. was served a
most delightful repast. After dinner the
Manning an .1 Foreston base ball clubs en
gaged in a match game, resulting in the
Manning club being defeated. The score
stood 24 to 18. Just after this was heard
the drum calling the Guards to arms, and
soon the spacious green was alive. The
company, commanded by Capt. A. Levi, ac
quitted themselves handsomely, and their
evolutions would have done honor to a
much older and more experienced company.
During the entire day ice lemonade was
freely served; and Mrs. Edwards's excellent
ice cream and cake was quite in demand.
So ended thi delightful day spent in For
eston, and all unite is thanking the kind,
hospitable people of that most thriving lit
tle village for numerous courtesies.
. 4 0.'
Cmunzazsos, June 16.-Charleston is all
aglow over the prospect of a $1,000,000 ho
tel. Several meetings of the citizens have
been held, and over $200,000 already sub
scribed. The project was started off with such
a "boom" that a sufficient sum was raised
in the offset to insure the erection of a very
fine building. It is intended that the love
ly old "city by the sea" shall eventually
rank with Jacksonville and St. Augustine
as a winter resort for northern tourists.
Court begins Monday, and the members
of the Bond and Shafer corpse trust Co. are
growing restless. 'hie senior members have
employed counsel. Another warrant has
been issued, and the dormant partners are
extremely uneasy. Some have shaken
Charleston dust from their feet, and will
"snuff the battle from afar off." No other
case of importance.
A little flurry was created in Israelitish
society here last week, occasioned by the
elopement of Miss Jeanette Haas, one of
Charleston's most charming bells, with Mr.
S. M. Barfield, of your town. The young
lady had been somewhat under surveillance,
but as it was, is, and ever shall be, "stony
limits cannot keep love out.
The city counsel have passed an ordi
nance allowing the sale of soda water, ice
cream and other luxuries on Sundays, but
the trial justices are determined to bring
Sunday traffickers to justice, being advised
by the Attorney General that selling such
articles on Sunday is in violation of the
State law. M. C. G.
Notes from New Zion.
NEw ZIoN, June 16.-Our farmers, are
pushing ahead with their work, and the out
look for a good harvest is promising.
We were visited by a very heavy rainfall
last Wednesday, and a little hail and wind,
though no damage as we have heard of yet.
Dr. I. 31. Woods met with the accident of
getting is hand shot one day last week,
fooling with a gun. The wound is not very
serious but very painful. We all hope he
will be all right a.gain soon. The Dr. has
the finest field of cotton we have seen.
Our B. B. club is getting along fine. The
boys have organized. Robbie E. McFaddin
is captain, and C. L. MlcElveen secretary.
They will play a match game with Croolk
ed Branch club on the grounds of the later,
the 4th of July, and have a Fourth of July
picnic, and, Mr Editor, we would be pleased
to see you over on that day. If you will
come I will promise you a biscuit and a
glass of water, if not lemonade.
Misses Maggie, Lottie, and Maud Gar
land have retumned home from Oak Ridge,
N. C., where they have been attending
Mrs. Ada Hunter, of Oak Ridge, is on a
visit to her father's, Mr. R. B. Garland, of
Miss Mattie J. Wheeler, one of Salem's
charming girls, has returned home from a
pleasant visit to friends in Trio, S. C.
Next Saturday, June 23rd, will be celebrat
ed as children's day, with the Sunday
school of the New Zion M. E. church at
this place. QUIVIST.
--The drill of the Manning Guards; in*
Foreston last Thursday was unusually fine.
The skirmish drill was well executed, and
the firing in tolerably good time. The
guards wish to retain the good opinion they
won at the Spartanburg Encampment last
-Splendid line of gloves at M1. Levi's, very
-In these days of candidates and elect
ioneering, guard well your tongue. Say
nothing about a man, that you will be
ashamed of next year. Remember, above
all ttdngs, that you cannot afford to fall out
with a neighbor because you do not vote
THEIR BUSINESS BOOMING.
Probably no one thing has caused such a
general revival of trade at Dinkins & Co.s'
Drug Store as their giving to their customers
so many free trial bottles of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption. Their
trade is simply enormous in this very val
uable article from the fact that it always
cures and never disappoints. Coughs,
Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup, and all
throat and lung diseases quickly cured.
You can test it before buying by getting a
trial bottle free, large size $1. Every bottle
You are feeling depressed, your appetite
is poor, you are bothered with Headache,
you are fidgetty, nervous, and generally out
of sorts, and want to oce up. Brace up,
but not with stimulants, spring medicines,
or bitters, which hav" for their basis very
cheap, bad whisky, and which stimulate
you for an hoar, an 1 then leave you in
wrse condition than before. What you
want is an alterative that will purify your
blood, start healthy action of Liver and
Kidneys, restore your vitality, and give re
newed health and str. ngth. Such a med
icine you will find ia Electric Bitters, and
only 50 cents a bottle at Dinkine & Co.'s
BUCKLEN~'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
Baises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheunm, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positive
ly cures Piles, or no pay required. It is
guaraneed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sa by ninkins & Cc'.
Sensation in Sumter.
Sumter has had quite a sensation recent
lv, owing to some domestic troubles be
tween P. G. Bowman and John Reid. Mr.
Reid felt himself greatly aggrieved at Mr.
Bowman's conduct, and on Sunday morn
ing went huting for him. He found Bow
man in a barber shop, and Bowman scent
ing denger in the air hastily made his exit
by a back door, so says rumor, and hid him
self in a dry goods box. After rmaining
concealed an hour or so he vemuired again
on the street, on his way home, but as he
got on the street, Mr. Rhed, who was on the
alert, aga-- tarted for him. This was too
much for Mr. Bowman, and he started to
wards home on a run, Mr. Reid trying to
outrun him, Bowman ho .vever proved best
on a foot race, an.1 left Reid behind. Bow
man gat safely to his home, where he ;tiid
till the first train cane along when he left
without further ceremony. Mr. Bowman,
it will be remembered, was one of the four
Sumter rioters, when Trial Justice Hayns
worth was killed, and Mr Reid is one of
Sumters prominent merchants
THE WONDERFUL BEALING PROPER
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FLUID IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS,
FOR BURNS, SCALDS, CUTS,
Its prompt use will invariably relieve
pain, promote healing and prevent Erysip
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the cleansing and purifying qualities of the
Fluid the most obstinate Ulcers, Boils, Car
buncles. and Running Sores are rendred
pure and healthy and speedily cured, no
other application being necessary.
Belling, Packing, Oils, autl 371 supplies
gnerally; lowest prices, also, a few second-nand
Gins and Presses. Lorick d: Lowrance, Colum
bia, S. C.
Judge Bragdon Right, Judge Aldrich
Wrong; So says Judge Aldrich.
The case of Henry Coleman against Ar
temus Keels, in which Trial Justico Brag
don, at Foreston, took issue with Trial Jus
tices Mellette and Wilson on the point that
the title to land h:ing brought in question
does not oust him of jurisdiction in pro
ceedings to eject a tenant, was decided a
few days ago by Judge Aldrich granting an
order reversing his own decision given
while holding court here, and ordering the
trial justice to proceed to eject the tenant.
Constable McRoy performed that duty last
week without bloodshed, though stubornly
resisted by Keels. This is the same case in
which Coleman locked Keels up in the
house, and for which Coleman stands in
dicted for false imprisonment.
From Dr. i. P. Harrison.
K'snarHILuL, TEyX., May 2, 1SSS.-I
have used Swift's Specific in my fam
ily for some time, and believe it to be
an excellent remedy for all impurities
of the blood. In my own case, I be
lieve that I have warded off a severe
attack of rheumatism in the shoulder
by a timely resort to this efficient
remedy. In all cases where a perma
nent relief is sought this medicine
commends itself for a constitutional
treatment that thoroughly eradicates
the seeds of disease from the system.
' W. P. HAuusoN.
Cancer of the Eye Cured.
A r.A, GA., February 14, 1888.
The Swift's Specific Co., Atlanta,
Ga.-Gentlemen: About three years
ago, Jerry Bradley, a colored man,
had a cancerous sore on his face, near
the right eye. It caused him a great
deal of pain, and he lost the sight of
his eye, but was finally cured of the
ulcer by the use of Swift's Specific.
This case is well known in Wilkes
county, Ga., where he lived, near
Danburg, and of this case, I myself
had personal knowledge.
T. 0. McCrznos, 3. P.
Afflicted with Boils.
PEIsGrE, GA., April 25, 1888.
Swift's Specific Co., Atlanta Ga.
Gentlemen: Allow me to say that S.
S. S. has rroved to be as good as it is
recommended to be. About six years
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began in February and continued un
til fall My body was covered with
the corrupted matter. I used S. S. S.
and can safely say that I have not had
a single boil since. S. S. S. will al
ways do the work. You can use this
certificate for the good it may do
others. R. W. Bnooxs,
Pringle, Washington County, Ga.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis
eases mailed free.
THE Swirr SPECIC Co., Drawer 8,
Bachelors of Laws.
CoLxmIA, June 16.-The Supreme Court
convened this morning pursuant to the
call cf the Chief Justice. On motion of Mr.
Joseph Daniel Pope. and upon exhibiting
to the court the diplomas of the South Car
olina University, conferring upon each of
them the degree of Bachelor of Laws, the
following named applicants were admitted,
sworn and enrolled as attorneys of the
courts of South Carolina; A. T. Woodward,
Aiken; F. H. Weston, Richiand; W. W.
Johnson, Union; H. P. Green, Jr., Rich
land; H. A. Hymnes, Darlington; Lawson D).
Melton, R~ichland; Joseph H. Montgomery,
Clarendon; H. A. Tradewell, Richland.
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-The very Liberal Patronage Receiv'ed by
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HEADQUARTERS FOR CHEAP GOODS,
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A-iVrDo.AT Ar '.G0 STOCK. OF
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- ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS PAID TO
Ladies' Dress Goods and Trimmings
of LATEST STYLES, and I can offer Special Bargains in many things.
z4-Samples sent by mail. Call and see my goods and compare prices and
quality. I invite competition, and polite clerks will always take pleasure in
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An extra refine grade of
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This is a pure Vegetable Oil, better, cheaper, and far healthier than Lard. Adapted to
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Be sure and get LARDINE. If your grocer cannot supply you, send to
SWILLIAM M. BIRD & Co.,
East Bay and Cumberland Street,
- CHARLES'TON, S. C.
The Cameron & Barkdey Gompany,
Dealers in Railway, Steamboat, and Engineer's Supplies, Bar Iron, Steel, Saw
Mills, Steam Engines, Grist Mills.
Wilson & Childs Wagons and Carts, Old Hickory Wagons, Cotton Presses, Oils, Rubber
,and Leather Belting.
We Guarantee the Lowest Market Prices and Estimates Cheerfully Furnisbed
MEETING STREET, - - - CHARLESTON, S. C.
Charleston Iron Works,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Marine Stationary and Portable Engines and Boilers, Saw
Mill Machinetry, Cotton Presses, Gins, Railroad, Steam
boat, Miachinists', Engineers' and Mill Supplies.
siB epairs executed with promnptness and Dis~patch. Sendfor price lists.
East Bay, Cor. Pritchard St.,
Charleston, S. C.
Sbnatcesfor sale at TDISEW AEL OSI
office. Te'Xaelhvn nntoogl
Clarendon D~emocratic Club. nihdtruotmkstsacmd
The Clarendon Democratic club will mecet tosusrasd nadsetEeti
ini the Court House, Saturday afternoon atLihsadEetcBlsaruednal
4 o'clock, June'30th, for the purpose of rosadhlwy.Rts$.0ad$.0
electing delegates to the County Conven-G.TALOD Prpitr
tion. By order of Executive Committee,
LOUIS APPELT, Sect.
Manning Democratic Club.WILBINTECTlTHr,
The Manning Democratic Club dawiivlyloth omelwetsoscon
in the Court House at 11 o'clock in the forc- igo g ic h ateeto oRgse
noon on Saturday June 30th, to elect dele
gates to the County Convention to be heldtoten othrofilbuncs
on July 9th inst. By order of Executive sprio ~JQLDY
Committee. W. J. CLARK, Prest P .ades aoa.C
P. B. MOUZON, Sec.
J. J. BR AGDON, APIAIN FR CATR
Real Estate Agent, Weth nrigd.hrbgveoic
FORESTON, S. C.thtote3th.ueISS v wlapy
Offers for sale on Main Street, in business fracatrt noprt h ann
portion of the town, TWO STORES, withCetrysocainlctdinteTw
suitable lots; on Manning and R. R. streetsofMnigS.C
TWO COTTAGE RESIDENCES, 4 and 06 .B ct, S .Ntls
rooms; and a number of VACANT LOTS G.AlnHgis1.S.Dki,
suitable for residences, and in different lo- W .Cak .A tgy
calitics. Terms Reasonable. B .Wle, B .]arn
We have constantly on hand at TusTnr.Ss FialIslire
office the following blanksi
Mortgage of Real Estate. O h 4ho uylS ilapyt
Title to Real Estate.th.JdefPrbefoLter inioy
Money Bonids. sGada fteEsaeo i.Elo
Bills of Sale.
Lien for Renf. Bres io. T .BRES
Lien for Advances. _____
Note and Mortgage.PA L1.AIEY3.D,
Mortgage of Personal Property: I
Subprena Writs. 1hs if ugoi
Summons for Ralief. MNJTC . .C
Tria Jutic Juy Smmos. iren ovated 8h pat me and newlyto fr
Trial JusticenWitnessed.mmons.nanscent E10ct.ic
H. A. LOWRY, Agt,
CHEAP CASH STORE,
Manning, S. C,
Fancy and Heavy Groceries, Can
ned Goods, Confectioneries,
Tobacco and Cigars,
at the lowest
I take no liens, but sell my goods
Cheap for CASH.
MANNNING, S. C.
7r.1 @ A T-.'m1 IT
And all leading Watches, Spectacles, and
Repairing Neatly Done.
All Work Warranted.
LUCAS, RICHARDSON & CO,
Stationers and Printers,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Note, Letter, Cap, Journal, Papers Eyelets,
Shears, Rulers, and a variety of Ink
stands, Wrapping Paper and Pa
CII MI:M &4CA.IaS
DRUGGISTS and COUNTRY merchanti
supplied with the DEsT GoODS, at the LowsT
Dr H BAER,
Wholesale Druggist, Nos. 131 & 133
Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.
Atlantic Coast Line.
NORTHEASTERN RAILWAY COMPAN~Y.
CHAnLESToN, S. C.,
Sunday, April 1, 1888.
LocAL. SCHEDULE-Nor.TH BoUND.
No. 78. No. 52.* No. 14. No.56.
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2.50 A x 8.45 A 6.25 P 8.20 P x
4.2OAM lO1.20A X 8.00 PM lO1.05 p x
No. 23. No. 27. No. 63* No. 61.'
12.30OA 1.30A ? .50 Ax 6.25 r x
2.t'2 A '2.5OA x 9.4OAMx 8.15p2
4.35 AM 5.00 A x 11.3OA x 9.45 2 x
*Daily except Sunday,
ron YLATRocE, AsHEvILLE, AN EOT SenrNas,
West bound-Daily. East bound Daily.
6.00 PMx Lve. .Charleston..Ar 11.30 A xi
8.0PAr...Lanes........Lve 9.33 A
8.43 ' . ...MaI'niing...Le 6.48 A xi
9.18 i' x Ar. ..Sumiter...Le 8.17 A xi
10.55 p M Ar... .Columbia ... .Lve 0.50 A xi
2.12 A M Ar. ..Spartanburg. ... Lye 2.17 A xi
5.53 A M Ar.. .Hendersonville Lye 11.07 p xi
7.00 A x! Ar.. .Asheville-. --.Lve 9.39 p 2
.00 A x Ar.. .Hotspriurgs...Le 7.25 P' .
Through Sleepers from Charleston to Hot
Springs, via Columbia and Asheville.
COLUMBIA sPECIAL-~ DAILY.
*No. 52. No,53.
North bound. Stations South bound.
7.0 i Le...Charleston ...Ar 9.45 p
8.30x Ar....Lanes...Le 8.15pr
9.10 A xI Ar. .. .Manning.... -Lve 7.21 e
9.38 A xI Ar.. umter...Le 6.50 p x,
10.56 A xt Ar. .. .Columibia...Le 5.33 P a.
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6.02 p ~x Ar... .Seneca...Le 8.30 A xi
6.35 p M Ar. .. .Walhalla. . Le 7.50 A i
*On Sunday this train will leave Char.
leston 8.30 A. M., leave Manning 11.10 A. Mi.,
and arrive Columbia 1.10 r. x. Returning
will run on regular schedule.
Nos. 53 and 52 connect at Columbia with
trains to and from :al points~ on the Colum-.
bi and Greenville, the Atlanta and Char
lotte Air-Line, and the Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Railroads. Nos. 52 and 57 con
net at Lanes -with trains to and from
Wimington Calumibia & Augusta Rail Road.
*No. 23. *No. 27. tNo. 15.
-rAI~s GoIG soUTH.
DATEr AnIL 29th, 1888.
L'k Wilmgtn 8.05 r. xt. 10.10 r. M. 2.40 P. Mz.
Lve. Marion 11.16 r. xr. 12.37 A. Mi. 5.23 r. .r.
Ar Florence 12.10 A. x. 1.20. A.'x. 6.10 P.2x.
*No. 50. tNo. 58.
Lv Florence 2. 40 A. M. 6.40 P. M.
Ar Sumter 4.25 A. x. 8.05 p. M.
i No. 52. 'No. 56.
L' Snu ter 4.25 A. u,. 9.42 A. M. 9.22 P. Mr.
A Coumbia 6.15 A. M. 10.55 A. x. 10.55 P. Mx.
*No. 51. *No. 57. *No. 53.
Lv Clumbia 11.25 r. xr. 6..50. A. x. 5.33 p. xz.
Ar Sumter 12.52 A. M. 8,12 A. M. 6.46 r. x.
Lv Sumter 12.52 A. x. 8.22 A. Mi.
Ar Florence 2.20 A. xt. 9.40 A. E.
*No. 78. tNo. 66. *No. 14.
Lv Florence 4.35 .A. xr. 10.30 A. X. 8.20 r. Mr.
Lv Marion 5.22 A. M. 11.11 A. MZ. 8.55 r. a.
At Wilmagt~n 8.35 A. Mt. 2.10) 2. Mz. 11.50 P. M.
*Dailv. t Daily except Sun day.
Nos. 58, 59, and 6;6 connect at Florence
with C. & D. IR- R.
Nos. 52. 53, 56, and 57 are through trains
between Gharleston and Celumbia, via Cen
Nos. 78 and 14 make close connection at
Wiminaton for all points North.
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