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girl out of her wages at the end of
month. Microbes and bacteria, eh
I don't believe it! Let him shob
t een to rue up in the Zoological gai
When Mrs. Bwser told Mr. Boy
ser what had occurred he bristled u]
got red in tLe face and exclaimed:
"I see bow it is; couldn't carr
your point with me, and so you wel
out and upset the girl! Mrs. BoN
ser, you are treading on dangerou
ground-very dangerous A husban
may be a worm, but if that worm i
stepped on too often he turns!"-A
Quad, in New York World.
Summer is the time of genera
house moving among the teachers
A teacher is a professional wanderez
The average teacher rarely retains i
school at one place longer than thre<
years. The .teacher is generally re
ceived the first year with open arm
and asseverations of undying friend
ship. The second year clouds of pet
ty opposition collect on the horizoi
The third year the opposition deep
ens into outspoken hostility. Omi
nous clouds overcast the heavens
Ligntning strikes-and the teacheri
are changed. This is true of the ma
jority of white schools in South Caro
lina. Such a system injures teacher
and school. It keeps the teachers oi
the tiptoe of uncertainty. Instead o
giving his undivided attention to th<
school in charge he is constantly oi
the lookout for another school. In
stead of catching the fish nibbling a
his line he is straining his eyes to
wards the shoal in the distance.
A man cannot farm successfully oi
a volcano when he is daily expecting
an eruption. A teacher cannot worl
with the inspiration derived from th<
hopes of future reward when he is al
the time expecting a change of teach
Changing teachers often injures th<
school. Frequent changes invariabl:
injure a school. New teachers genei
ally change text books and time i
lost, and lost time is never found. I
breaks into the continuity of studie
because new teachers rarely follow ui
where their predeeessors left off. I
temporarily disorganizes a school be
cause the pupils have to learn nev
rules and regulations.
Who's to blame for the changes?
Partly the teachers. Some of then
give way too quickly to opposition
A teacher like any other business o:
professional man should expect to en
counter obstructions. A teacher i
compelled however to quarrel mor
or less with women and children an<
such disputations are surpassingl;
unpleasant. A peaceable woman i
first cousin to the angels, but a mat
woman is a sister of the devil.
The patrons are partly to blame foi
the frequent changes. They get pro
voked with the teacher about trifling
matters of discipline and they use al
their influence in getting a new teach.
er elected. The patron is sometimes
right in his little squabble with the
teacher, but in the majority of in
stances the teacher is misunderstood
Then the trustees are partly t<
blame. When the time arrives foi
the election of a new teacher the'
take a census of opinions on th<
aueet. 1tthey bi considerable op
position to the teacher in charge the:
dismiss him and advertise for another
No trial is held. All the evidence if
hearsay. If the charges against
teacher are strong enough to caus<
his dismissal, why are they not pre
ferred before the trustees in a forma
way and sifted and examined.
These remarks are not intended t<
apply to any particular school. Thb
evil of changing teachers is commor
to the whole State. It is one tha
can be remedied and eught to b<
To restore, thicken, and give you a luxu
riant growth of hair, to keep its color natt
ral as in youth, and to remove dandrue
use only Hal l's Hair Renewer.
My First Lore Affair.
As a general thing a boy puts oi
sentiment with his first long trousers
At least, this was my own experience
and I venture to say that any mar
who did not fall desperately in lov
at least once between the ages of nine
and thirteen has lost some of the mos
heavenly and, at the same time, mos
bitter experience of his life.
Inez Waldorf was the daughter o
a neighbor and I captured her juve
nile fancy one morning by standing
on my head for five consecutive min
utes. She came to the fence tha
separated the premises of Waldor
and Whomso, and admired my acro
batic feats between the pickets.
"Don't it hurt," she said, as I re
gained my feet and hastily drev
down my long trousers to hide th
fact that my stockings were no
"Hurt ? well, I should say not,"
answered contemptuously; "lool
here !" and thereupon I commencei
This evoked so much surprise an4
admiration from her that I kept it uj
until I grew dizzy and spinned int<
the fence, getting my head caugh
between two pickets, and the fai:
Inez was obliged to knock off a boar<
to release me.
I was humiliated; my nose wa
skinned and 1 bad broken my suspen
ders and torn my new trousers in
most inconvenient place. But Ine
was full of sympathy and came ove
into our yard through the breach i;
the fence to tender it. She gave m
some gum and we sat down in th
shade and talked and chewed, an
chewed and talked until my juvenil
Iheart had succumbed completely.
I didn't eat any supper that nighi
I couldn't. My thoughts were to
ethereal for such things as victuals.
was melancholy. I couldn't bear th
thoughts of bringing in wood or en
gaging in any other menial labor; m;
ambition was ever to do somethbin;
that would make me grander in th
estimation of Inez. To this end
nearly broke my neck in learning t'
turn a back-somersault. But succes
crowned my labors at last, and tha
back-somersault cemented the pas
sions of Inez and myself.
IWhat a happy life I led for seve:
whole days! The bliss was certaini
heavenly; but on the seventh day
well, I saw Inez walking towards ham
with a red-headed boy somewhe
older than myself, and a little bette
Great heavens-I nez was faithless
THE MANNING TIMES.
Mit. AND MRS. BOWSER.
The Head or the Honse Gets on the Trail
of the Deadly Microbe.
"What's the matter, and what have
you got there ?" queried Mrs. Bowser
as he came home the other day half
an hour ahead of his usual time, and
being loaded down with a heavy pur
chase of something.
"Don't say a word-not a word,
and don't bother me for ten minutes!
I hope I'm in time to avert the dan
She turned pale and fell upon the
sofa, and he hurriedly broke the
string securing the package, seized
the three quart bottles which com
prized its contents and rushed up
stairs, down the back stairs, down in
to the basement and up again. A
strange, disagreeable odor followed
him as he hustled around, and by the
time he had returned to the sitting
room Mrs Bowser had recovered suf
ficiently to ask:
"Mr. Bowser, what on earth are
you doing, and what in the name of
goodness is that. stuff?"
"What have I been doing? Saving
our lives, Mrs. Bowser-saving the
life of every one under this roof !"
"But I-I didn't know our lives
were in danger."
"Of course not. If the house was
on fire from top to bottom, and the
firemen pitching our furniture out of
the windows you might possibly real
ize the fact, but it has never struck
you that death silently lurks in every
room in this house."
"How you talk, Mr. Bowser! What
has been the danger hanging over
"Microbes, Mrs. Bowser !" he
whispered, as he sat down and
wiped his heated face. "Microbes
and bacteria-millions of 'em!"
"It can't be !" she replied.
"Can't it! You've lived in New
York two weeks, been out as far as
Broadway once, and you think you
know all about it! I knew, of course,
but having so many other things to
see to this one slipped my mind until
"But what causes that terrible
"Nothing terrible about it, as I see.
On the contrary I rather like it. It is
the odor of disinfectants, Mrs. Bow
ser-the odor of something that has
no doubt saved our lives."
"By killing off the microbes and
bacteria, which would soon have en
tered our systems and produced
terrible illness, if not death."
"Well, I suppose you know best,"
she said, as she opened a window to
let a yard or two of the carbolic smell
"Certainly I do, certainly. All hus
bands do. Mrs. Bowser, let me draw
you a picture of a microbe. You can
then realize the danger that menaced
He drew the insect, and as she sur
veyed it in surprise and disgust, he
"Nice thing to have about forty of
Am iza n erigAround throughl
your system, eh ?"
"Where do they come from ?"
"Sewer gas. By this time to-mor
row the house would have been
swarming with them, and nothing on
earth could have saved us from ty
phoid fever or diphtheria. If the mi
crobe was the only thing to look out
for I shouldn't have been so anxious,
but there is the bacteria."
"Here is a picture of him. Comes
in the same way, and his mission is to
eat out the lungs. It is calculated
that 2,000 of them will eat out the.
strongest man's lungs in a month."
"And they were in this house ?"
"Right here, in this house."
"And ready to be absorbed into
"Not only ready, but anxious."
"You are sure you don't mean
cockroaches? I saw two under the
kitchen sink yesterday and was going
to ask you to get some powdered
"Mrs. Bowser," he began, as he
stood up, "are you growing soft in,
the top of your head ? DolIknow a
Bengal tiger from a woodchuck ?"
"I-I suppose so."
"But I don't know a microbe or a
bacteria from a cockroach ?" he thun
"But I never heard you speak of
them before, and I-I"
"Do you imagine that I or any
other husband sits down and tells
his wife all he knows ?" he shouted.
"Because I haven't told you that a
jack rabbit's legs have three joints
is that any reason why I haven't
known it for forty years?"
"But this is medical science, isn't
it?" she softly protested.
"And suppose it is! Do you sup
pose I've gone slosbing around all
these years with nothing but a recipe
for making soft soap in my head ?"
She was silent, and after striding
up and down the room a few times
he halted before her and continued:
"A wife isn't expected to know
these things, of course, but I'll be ac
counted a pretty husband and father
and member of a scientific club if I
don't know all about microbes and
"But that picture of a bacteria
looks like a lobster," she persisted.
"Lobster ! Looks like a lobster,
does it ? Very well, Mrs. Bowser,
this discussion will end right here.
It is plain enough that you haven't
the necessary knowledge to appreci
"But don't you"
"Never you mind, Mrs. Bowser
Let it drop right here. Is supper
The odor was so strong in the
dining room that the butter tasted of
it, and after supper the cook called
Mrs. Bowser into the kitchen to ask:
"Is it going to be like this all the
"Oh, no. Mr. Bowser had to kill
off the microbes and bacteria, you
"What's them ?"
"I'll have him come out and ex
"No need of it, ma'am, for my bun
dle is all made up, and I'm going.
A man who'll drag dead cats through
hi own house would cheat a poor
a be the cause of my sweetheart's fick
? leness, I fought him then and there,
i and Iuez stood by with sobs and tears
and saw me get beautifully whipped.
I pulled myself to one side of the
road and leaned against a treo, while
the boy with the fiery hair swaggerel
off towards home with Inez on his
t So we parted It was a bitter ex
perience to me, but I battled heroic
s ally with fate, and by the next week
I had sufficiently impressed another
s young lady so that I could pass Inez
on the street and be supremely un
conscious of her existence.
Inez and I came to be on speaking
terms in time, but I never turned any
more back-somersaults for her, and
in consequence she practically drifted
out of my life.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
- bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
a sores, tetter, chapped hands, chillains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and positive
ly cures piles or no pay required. It is
- guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
I money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by J. G. Dinkins & Co.
NOW TRY THIS.
It will cost you nothing and will surely do
you good, if you have a cough, cold, or any
trouble with throat, chest, or lungs. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption,
coughs, and colds is guaranteed to give re
lief, or money will be paid back. Sufferers
1 from la grippe found it just the thing, and
f under its use had a speedy and perfect re
covery. Try a sample bottle at our expense,
and learn for yourself just how good a thing
it is. Trial bottles free at J. G. Dinkins &
Co.'s drug store. Large size 50c. and $1.
S. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was troub
led with neuralgia and rheumatism, his
stomach was disordered, his liver was affect
ed to an alarming degree, appetite fell away,
and he was terribly reduced in flesh and
strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters
I Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, Ill., had a
- running sore on his leg of eight years, stand
ing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters
and seven boxes of Bucklen's arnica salve,
and his leg is sound and well. John Speak
r er, Catawba, 0., had five large fever sores on
- his leg, doctors said he was incurable. One
bottle Electric Bitters and one box Bucklen's
arnica salve cured him entirely. Sold by
J. G. Dinkins & Co.
) Rheumatism is caused by a poisonous acid
t in the blood and yields to Ayer's Pills. Many
cases which seemed chronic and hopeless,
were completely cured by this medicine. It
will cost but little to try what effect the Pills
may have in your case. We predict success.
(Kingstree Record, September 16.]
' We are requested to state that there will
- be a meeting in Kingstree on Friday, 25th
inst., at 4 o'clock, for the purpose of organ
izing a cavalry company. All interested are
requested to attend.
The Institute for white teachers of this
county will open at Kingstree on the 5th of
October, 1891, and continue to the 10th day
of the same month. Prof. Clinkscales, an
experienced and distinguished teacher, will
conduct the Institute, and will be assisted
7 by competent teachers. The opportunity
- thus afforded the teachers of the county to
, improve themselves in their profession is
one that should not be valued lightly nor
neglected by those for whose benefit the
Institute will be held.
Who are for the first time to un
Sergo woman's severest trial we offer
a remedy which if used as directed for
a few weeks before confinement, robs
it of its Pain, Horror and Risk te Life
of both mother and child, as thou
sands who have used it testify.
SA Blessing to Expectant Mothers.
-Moraza's Fazz'n is worth its weight
I In gold. My wife suffered more ir ten min
utes with either of her first two children
than she did altogether with her last. hav
ing previously used four bottles of Mors
za's Fannon. It is a blessing to mothers.t
Carmi. Ill., Jan., 1890, G. F. LOCxwooD.
Sent by express. chare prepaid, on re
ceipt of price, s1.50 per bttle. Sold by all
druggists. Book to Mothers mailed, free.
BRAnmLD REGULAToE Co., Atlanta. Ga.
JOSEPH F. RHIAME,I
A TTORNXEY A T L AW,
MANNING, S. C.
JOHN S. WILSON,1
Attorney and Counseior at Law,I
MANNING, S. C.
A. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
- MANNING, S. C.
pe-Notary Public with seal.
( ALLEN HUJGGINS, D. D. S.,
e CHLE RAW, S. C.
pi.P'isits Manning every month or two
175 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
f Wholesale Dealers in Tobac
co, Cigars, and Pip~es,
pTrLeading brands of Tobacco: Limited,
Red Meat, Gold Bars, Our Peach, Brown Jug.
CHARLES C. LESLIE,
Wholesale & Retail Commission Dealer in
Consignments of poultry, eggs, and all
kinds of country produce are respectfullyc
Office Nos. 18 & 20 Market St., E. of East Bay,
1CHAIRLESTON, S. C.
- FORESTON - ACADEMY.
Mrs. Cannon will resume the exerciscs of
her school, at the Foreston Academy, Sep
tember 7th, 1891. In addition to the ad
S vantages of Normal Training, Mrs. Cannon .
1: has long experience as a teacher; devoted I
to her profession, she makes every effort to
Bpromote the intellectual development of,
those entrusted to her care. In the list of
- those who have given testimonials of her,
merits and qualifications. are the names of"
iJudge J. B. Kershaw, Hon. J. D. Kennedy, 1
late U. S. Consul to China, and the late
Bishop Davis, of the Diocese of S. C.
- RATs oF T1errios: Primary Grade, per
ymonth, $1.00; Intermedmate Grade, per
Tmonth, $1.50; Academie, incluldinig Latin
eCourse, $2.00; French, $3.00; Music, $3.00.
Arthur L. Macbeth,
.t 557 King, opp. Wolfe st., Charleston, S. C.
SWhen you visit Charleston don't fail to
have soiue pictures taken by Arthur L. Mae
SIbeth, the only colored photograper in the
State. Superior work at lowest prices.
- otice to Creditors.
e LL PERSONS 1lAVIN(G CLAIMS
, tagainst the estate of J. P. Hoflinan,
r deceased, will present them, duly attested;
and those owing said estate will make pay
ment to the Judge of Probate for Claredonn
I county. C. R. HOFFMAN,
Retail and Wholesale Dealer in
G ENERAL M ERCHANDISE,
MANNINO, S. C.
Keeps all kinds of Goods, from the Finest and Latest
styles Ladies' Dress Patterns, to
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Necessary to Life.
Will not be undersold by any Retail Store in the State.
EVERYBODY INVITED TO VISIT MY STORE.
IN MANNINa ACADMTI ""O Sonae Sanaple P=rices.
Manning, S. C.
A Graded School ForBoys and Girls. Shades with Spring Rollers, from Wicker Rockers from. $2.50 to siC
4t uinbvn ony 9 ,19.40c. up. Poplar Be-is from $1.75 to $2.50.
Mus. E. C. ALsDnooE, Principal. CAN ALWAYS Baby Carriages from $5.50 to $20. Hardwood Beds from $3 to $7.50.
English, LaiGek eraFecBedroom Suits from $15 to 150. Walnut Beds from $9.00 up.
kEnLs,,Latin, Greek, German, French,i
ookkeeping, Calisthenics, Type-writg, Bed Springs from $1.50 to $5.00. Bureaus fom $5.50 to $35.00.
hlort-hand, Ehlocution, Art, and Music -0
horthnEouinAt n ui SAVE M MON EY Extension Tables, Solid Ash, only $5. Wash Stands from $1.25 to $20.00.
Boarding pupils cared for as members of .
he family. Backward pupils carefully
ught. All lessons thoroughly explained. Wood Seat Chairs from 45c. to 70c. Wardrobes from $8.50 to $25.00.
The department of Vocal and Instrumen- Cane Seat Chairs from 75c. to $3.50.
il Music will receive careful and system
The department of Fine Arts will includf
harcoal and crayon sketchiiu', water and
iB painting, lustra, kensington, and other ayrom $1.00 to $10
SpeciBl attention will be given to readingS
pelling, singinng, English composition, Large Oil Paitigs at $1.40. Imported
Benmanship, and drawing.
The school is non-sectarian. Boarding ROleograp s from 7. to 85c.
Ipils are required to attend Suaday-school
nd church at least once cvery Sabbath.
TWe most approved text books are used
Phe blackboard is deemed an essential$
He class room. The a o em3ing of an authord
invariably requiredl of each p-apil. In all3SH A D ES 1B9 ELITZER &SPANN, Furniture & Coffns!
ork done, in whlatever department, and
atever the extent of the grond covered,l t . .
ur motto shall always be THOROUGHNESS.
At the close Sn the school year a gold
edal will be awarded to the studcnt who C E ESTABLISHED 1842. J. G. Dnsmvs, M. D. R. B. Lonxv
Cane Seat Chireroa5crt.3.0
theLM n Mo.- OF TOr SEE: 0E SG HoI2ker Son I3 G. DINHINs a co-,
P r i m a r y D e p a r t m e n t - ATof . . . . . . . F i n e0 A w ll i n c
Intermediate Department.ing 2.00 wtDReISTS a ndRMACI
Higher Department ............3.00 =
Music, including use of Instrument 3.00 e
Painting and Drawing ..........4.00 (Opp. Leg; & Hutchinson's. C=rg adM di e
Contingent Fee, per session to Liveredn gal. e
months, in advance ...........25 sit
Board, per month ... ..........8.00 reundfo akt-=, FA-NCY AND ToIT ARTICLES, Fm~
Board from Monday to Friday (per I have just -sc
month)................. 5.00 with a full and complete line of EXTRACTS ND COLOGNE.
_________________DRY - GOODS,.- CLOTHING, c A LSO ,~ o~SAS
.1 PTENT MEDICINES
Hats, Shoes, CHA LS0X .C PAINTS, OILS, ANT)- GIAsS, SPECTA
AND BENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, Panig-n htwsig cxLs AN-,D EyEG:SF.T-.s FLx7
The most approvedgextdbookstaresused
500 Fire Policy Which I will sell at the CIGARS ANDw ToBACCO.
eAre ow in Order. In fact, everything usually kept in a firs
u LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. class Drug Store.
hael cost e:x:t Doyouinendtodoiter? Prescriptons Compounded
IU I also keep a full and mottobsl With ACCURACY AND DISPATCH a
mt cae Linl of complete all hours, day and night, by a competen
a msgestions about what is wanted, and save
nlv~yo FRSomn~r~e money, besides. We bave cheap and experienced Pharmacist.
.5. ~~CHICE& FRES UflULJfILaise t -we do not alw'ays advise you to ..I KI S&c
The best is often thr cheapest.
)ie dllarl When you come to Manning give No, Paints are not the only thing we keep.
in ~~~~~~~~me a call. Wno lsOl falKns
lie nte r ed De atm n ...... 2.00 n esod b n
-cry little. Jacob P o vs y. N~t. vn UPIS iY
Highr Dineartmnt...... 3.00sfo olssclsIMrvnsWS
S l Write for anything in these lines. No
)Ut then D0trouble to answer leters We hve opened the finest drug store ii
n ti Suter, and take this method of extendin
oar C d id IWlam dBird o a cordial invitation to the
Bo ad romI MondayhatoesFoiday C.per
10 IIinPIls3 Fie ngavng,,n ra espfro $1.0 tIol$10
JOULarge1(Oil ANDaiEDtiTBLESt $A. more
.ihm Owillraalwfyomf7nd our 85c. o
SHA E .8UZE5 pPANNFurit h urest ofin
iowevc., (TARLESTON STC T ETg an. edcie.
ESTABLISEDi1842orses. Dand sl.eD.cRns.tLotYE
(oppn. MAg Htcinon imre drg an I do eCiierfr
vereInsue~'.Uul L tli~ 'm fLcyvetilesoStverbde.ri
ATTACXMMIF Arnds Ao D Togradthe chICESt cFEc
month uc 1)......K......R...........e5.00 witheatfullgandncompleteolineno
~. A. Netles IcA~ 25 ANIM 5QUARLY .criTio ILET an eshaloas b on
lOSS ofRYu-icCOODS, - oLTHNr F E'stre dyrMh.ElicNElso
J500 OpostiAadmeFR oo . .liLcyN C.
oin epontypi.CALSOs .- W RW~ OMnig .C oahnBok utr .C
FORESTON DHUG STORE,
FORESTON, S. C.
I keel, always on band a full line of
Pura Drus ald Medicines,
FANCY AND TOILETARTICLES, TOILET
SOAPS, PERFUMERY, STATION
ERY, CIGAlRS, GARDEN SEEDS,
nil such articles as are usually kept in a
drst class drug store.
I have just added to my stock a line of
PAINTS AND OILS,
and am prepared to sell PAINTS, O
LEAD, VARNISHES, BRUSHES,
in quantities to suit purchasers.
L. W. NETTLES, M. D.,
Foreston,. S. C.
CRAND CENTRAL HOTEL,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Is the largest hotel in the city, and has,
during the past year, been thoroughly reno
vated, remodeled, and refitted with all mod
ern improvements. Centrally located, and
offers inducements for the accommodation
of its patrons. Has 6 spacious, light, and
airy sample rooms. Hot and cold baths.
Cuisine excellent. The proprietor ho
by strict attention to the wants of '
patrons to merit a share of patronage.
F. W. SEEGERS, Proprietor.
SUMTER, S. C.
First class accommodations and excellent
table. Convenient to the business portion
of the town. 25 cents for dinner.
J. IL DIXON, Proprietor.
Central R. R. of S. C.
May 31, 1891.
TRAINS GOING NORTE.
*No .52 ' tNo 48
Lv Charleston 6 15 a m 5 16pm
LvLanes 745am 710 pp
Lv Foreston 8 06 a m 7 36 p m
Lv Wilsons 8 12 a m 744pm
Lv Manning 8 21 a m 7 55 p m
Lv Harvins 8 30 a m 805pm
LvSumter 857am 835pm
Ar Columbia 10 05 a m 10 00 p m
TRAINS GOING SOUTE.
*No 53 tNo 49
Lv Columbia 9 00 p m 7 00 sm
Lv Sumter 10 10 p m 8 25 a,m
Lv Harvins 10 30 p m 8 45 a,m
Lv Manning 10 39 p m 8 54 a m
Lv Wilsons 10 48 p m 9 04 am
Lv Foreston 10 54 p m 9 12 am
Lv Lanes 1120 p m .9 Q 4om
Ar Charleston 12 50 a m l35 am
*Daily. tDaily except Sunday.
J. R. KEmy, J.F. DNvni,
Asst. Gen'l Mang'r Gen Sup't.
T. M. EMisoN, Gen'l Passenger Agent,
Charleston, Sumter, ,& 1orthern .airedl.
IN EFzcT AUGUST 10, 1891.
GOING NORTH tNo 1 tNo 3
Lv Charleston 530 a m 5 00 p m
Lv Pregnals 6 50 a m 6 35 p'm
Lv Holly Hill 718 a m 700pm
Lv Eutawville 7 34 a m 714 p m
Lv Vanoes 7 45 a m 724 p.m
LvStPaul 817am 753pm
Lv Summerton 8 25 a m 800pm
LvSilver 837am 808pm
Lv Packsville 8 49 a m 820pm
Lv Sumter 9 17 a m 8 45 p m
Lv Darlington 10 50 a m 10 05pm
Ar Bennettsville 12 01 p m 11-20 pm
GOING soUT tNo 4 tXo 2
Lv Bennettsville 5 25 a m 550pm
Lv Darlington 6 40 a'm 7 03 p m
Lv Sumter 8 00 a m 9 00 p m
Lv Packsville 827am 9 29 pm
Lv Silver 8 37 am 9 42 pm
Lv Summerton 8 45 am 952p m
Lv St Paul 8 52 am 10 00p m
Lv Vances 9 21 am 10 31p m
Lv Eutawville 9 32 am 10 41p m
Lv Holly Hill 9 45 am 10 5p m
Lv Pregnals 10 10 am 11 20 1am
Ar Charleston 11 30 am 12 50p m
EAELIN CITY AND POND BLUFF BBANCHE.
Lv Harlin City 7 15 am 6 05p m
Ar Vances 8 10 am 6 00p m
Ar Eutawville 8 25a m
Ar Fergusonl 9 05a m
Lv Ferguson 9 35 a m -
Lv Eutawville 10 10 a m
Lv Vances 11 00 am 6 30p m
Ar Harlin City 11 55 am 7 25p m
Trains 1 and 2 have through cars .be
tween Charleston and Fayetteville. All
trains run daily except Sunday.
J. H. AVEBTT-,
a. T. MCGAHAN. A. s. BROWN. BoBT. P. EVANS.
McGAHAN, BROWN & EVANS,
Dry Goods, Notions,
Boots, Shoes and CIgthing,
Nos. 226, 228 & 230 Meeting Street,
PCHARLESTON, S. C.
Isaac K. L017a,
Louis Cohen &AGe.
232 & 234 King Street,
C HA RL E ST ON, S. C.
DR ANDx FANCY Goons, Cinzs,
MAING, OIL CLoTH, SHADES,
Applications for Prices and .Samples will
receive my prompt attention.
ISAAC M. LORYEA.
A. S. J. PERBT. E. .sIXoNS. E.A. PBINGLI.
Johnston, Crews & C0.,
JOBBERS OF DRY GOODS,
Notions and Small Wares,
Nos. 49 Hayne & 112 Market Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
M. Drake & -Son,
BOOTS, SHOES, & TRUNKS.
235 Meeting St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
Largest stock, best assortment,Ilowest prtoes.
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