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THE MANNING TIMES.
P i'se'd Ecery/U i q7esday.
S, A. NETTLES.
EDIToR AND PROPRIETOR.
M RDIDA E; 1001,
FORESToN, Sep. 28. --We have not received
the prophetic cake yet, but will venture to
write again, in the hope that this letter may
inspire somebody to get married, or perpe
trate something equally astonishing, in or
der to give "Button" an opportuuity to
chronicle the fact.
Foreston is looking very beautiful this
season. Never has the sky been bluer, the
corntields bghter with the harvest gold
than now. Ib is a soft, calm day, Septem
ber dying away into October, and giving
nature a farewell caress, while fleecy clouds
drift solemnly across the zenith and mass
in banks of splendor behind the forests
which form the background to a charming
landscape. Nature is a perfect success.
Why can't our lives be the same?
Now for news. We believe that every
body has made friends with everybody e:s,
and are shaking hands across the chasm of
petty feuds and disagreements.
We have always, in our role as a cones
pondent, endeavored to be "perfectly relia
ble," thoagh we are not descended fr.m
Gen. Gco -ge Washington, not claiming the
honor of being evea a "pet nephew." Mr.
Editor, do you really believe that beautiful
romaace about the "cheiy tree and the
hate'aet ?" We do not. r-dertake a crusade
against family traditions, for they are cer
tainly aristocratic and wholesome, but we
have been a boy ovrself and know just how
it is. We think that cherry-tree episode a
charming fiction invented for the benefit of
the rising young America, and dispensed
as a moral lesson, just as we would give a
boy a sugar coated pill.
Some of our prominent citizens made a
flying trip to the mountains last summer.
It is good to be young, handsome, and rich.
We would not be surprised to hear that
they had "made a mash" amongst the
mountain nymphs, for they are all mighty
good-looking, and they know it.
It is generally conel ided that editors
ought to be posted on every subject, so we
rc quest a solution of the following. When
you see a widower brushing his hair before
the glass seventeen times a day, what does
it mean ? We have witnessed this phenom
enon, but guessed it to be some strange
hallucination; or is it some new type of dis
ease which science is constantly evolving?
or is it the same old affair which has caused
so much trouble in the world?
Our worthy section master, Cant. S. Y.
Barnes, is keeping his road in fine condi
tion, and it is a pleasure to look both at the
road and the Captain, but a far greater
treat to hear the old veteran spin a Confed
The ballot for Sunday-school superinten
dent on last Sunday resulted in the election
of Mr. W. T. P. Sprott. For once, the
children were masters of the situation.
We had anticipated a visit to Mr. Harrison,
ere this, but the care of our vast estates,
and a tender regard for the readers of the
Tnxms, compelled us to disappoint the
president, and keep the Foreston people
informed of their prezent and future inten
tions, plans, and prospects. Burrox.
Call at W. H. Young's for the best sewing
machine in the market.
A Corner Stone at Foreston.
The corner stone of Shiloh A. M. E.
church at Foreston, S. C., of which Rev. C.
F. Brogden is pastor, was laid last Thurs
day, 24th, with Odd Fellows' cremony.
The following lodges were present, and
paricited: Manning Lodge, 2469; For
eston Loge, 3396; Jordan Lodge, 3378.
Rev. Henry C. DeLaine, of Manning
lodge, was master of ceremonies; Nelson S.
Robinson, of Jordan lodge, was Sec. and
deposited documents in the stone.
Addresses were delivered by R1ev. E. H.
Wilson, Robt. A. Stewart, and Rev. W. D.
Quite an interesting time was had, and a
very large gathering attended and remained
the entire day.
A street parade was held, and the people
of Foreston viewed it as it passed through
the little village. C. F. BROGDEN.
10 pounds family flour for 25 cents at Kai
Coeauy Record, Setember 23. 1891.
Mr. William J. Tisdale, one of the oldest
men in the county, died at his home a few
miles from this town on the 21st inst. He
died suddenly of apoplexy.
Messrs. C. D. Rollins and E. C. Epps
were the only applicants who came before
the county board to be examined for the
vacant cadetship in the S. C. Military Acad
emy from this county. Mr. Rollins was
awarded the recommendation, he having
won it by 4} points over his competitor.
Sam Staggers killed a very large wild cat
on the 18th instant, in Mr. P. W. Player's
cotton field on the west side of Black river,
a few miles from Kingstree. It was 44
inches long, and two feet high, with a very
large head and small body. Some say it
was a panther eat. It was the largest wild
eat ever seen in this section.
The Carabella cigar, hand made, of pure
Havana tobacco, is the best five cent ci
gar ever sold in Manning, for sale only at
Brockinton's drug store.
Taibert Says He is a Democrat.
COxxumBA, 5. C., September 21, 1891.
To the Editor of the News and Courier: I
see an editorial in your paper of to-day un
der the headlines: "Will Col. Talbert An
swer ?" in which you ask, "Will Col. Talbert
endorse, favor, and 20 into a Third Party,
if the Democratic party refuse to accept the
I have already answered this question
from the mountains to the scaboard, but
will with much pleasure answer again, and
now, as I have done before, by saying that
I, too, am a Democrat, and as such my re
cord has never been impeached; but I. too,
am an Alliance man, and favor the Ocala
platform. and I propose to make my fight
for Alliance measures in the Democratic
primaries or conventions, State or national,
and if we fail to nominate candidates who
stand on the Ocaha platform, then we will
stand by the regular nominees of the Dem
oratic pairty, trusting that at the next pri
mary or nominating convention we may be
tronger, and on this line we propose to
tight it out, not only through next summer,
but through forty summers, or until success
shall perch upon our banner.
I beg to refer you to a letter written by
me to your paper some time in the .early
sping, in which I expressed what were my
views in regard to Alliance doctrines. I
stated then. sna I repeat now, that on that
platform 1 would stand, and there was not
enough newspapers in South Caroliut' 'o
scare me off. I plainly stated then that the
Alliance men would contend for the nomi
nation of candidates to office, in primaries
or convention's, who stood on our platform,
with the assurance that in the general elec
tion we would not only vote for but work
for the regular nominee.
Mir. Editor, we propose to fight it out on
that line, and "never give up the shi p" so
long as there is a Democratic primary or
Denocratic convention before which we, as
Alliance mery., can fight. This much I have
said time and again in public addresses,
and I here repeat it, and if this be treason
it can be made the most of. 'This, in my
umble opinion, is good Democratic doc
trine; T1his is good Alliance doctrine, and,
believing this way, I shall pursue tl at
course without fear or favor. Now, sir,
where does your third party come in N,
hr. Editor, aill this cry ab'out third party
can be beard ten times as distinetly outside
of the Alliance as in the ranks, and it is
upon the same( prOincple that the "stolen
bundle'' was found in the pocke't of the man
who was running down the streect shouting
at the top of his voia e, "Stopi the thief!"
In conclusion, wvill youi allow me to ask
you a questioni ? It so, will you pr.imise as
much for sour paper and your intlnence in
case we get men as the regular De'mocratic
nominees who stand squarelyS and fully on
the Ocala demands ? Stand up and answer.
W. . T ALBRERT.
she Fedid un lii Out.
"Is this ti headquarters of the
Red Men?" ,ie asked, bursting in the
"T'his i the ollice of oie of the
lotges" replied the man at the desk.
" the wife of John Brown,
and be's a member," said the woan.
"11( I want to know if he's a nem
"Yes, madam, we have a member
by that name."
Full member ?"
"Well, yes, he's taken every de
"That's what I'm after! He's taken
em all, has he ?"
"Yes, I think he has."
"How many degrees are there ?"
"Well, there are the adoption,
"Never mind; there ain't more
than forty or fifty, are there ?"
"Why, no; nowhere near so many."
"Well, that settles it. My hus
band's been trying to fool me."
"Just this way: He's been taking
Red Men's degrees, he says, ever
since the first oi January. Been out
all night, or till three in the morning,
about sixty times, and every time I
ask him where he's been he has the r
same old story about taking a degree.
Says there's only about thirty more,
and he'll have 'em all over before a
another month. Sure you've told me f
the truth, now ?"
"Why, of course, madam."
"H'm! All right! Much obliged! C
I'm going home now to wait for him,
and if he turns up with any story of
taking the 99th degree, or the 102d,
I'll show him ! I'll put him through
such a course of sprouts he'll think
he's taking about 11,000 all together! f
Saying Pea Vine Hay.
A Mississippi correspondent gives
this method of saving pea vine hay:
Two or three hours after the vines
are cut he has them heaped in piles
large enough to heat. It will take
about two days to heat good. You
can tell when the heaps are hot I
enough by running your hand in,
much -btter than a doctor can tell
the condition of a patient by feeling
his pulse. Don't wait until it moulds.
When it gets hot throw it out and let
it cool one-half of an hour, then haul
and pack it in the barn.
That is the only sensible way to
cure pea vine hay. Whenever a man
advocates letting it stay in the hot
sun until the leaves drop off and the C
vine gets black and sleek with mold,
he simply does not know what he is
talking about, and ought to be ma<e
to sleep with that well-known old
fogy who goes to mill with a rock in
one end of his bag and a bushel of 1
corn in the other. t
The Prospects. N
George: "Laura have you had any C
talk with your father yet about
about my coming to see you so of
(With much concern:) "What are
the prospects, dear ?"
"He says it all depends on your
Neatness in Girls.. L'
Neatness is a good thing for a girl,
and if she does not learn it when she
is young she never will. It takes a
great deal more neatness to make a
girl look well than it does to make a
boy look passable. Not because a
boy, to start with, is better looking
than a girl, but his clothes are of a
different sort-not so many colors in
them; and people don't expect a boy
to look as pretty as a girl. A girla
that is not neatly dressed is called ai
sloven, and no one likes to look at
her. Her face may be pretty and her
eyes bright, but if there is a spot of
dirt on her cheek, and her finger-ends1
are black with ink, and her shoes are
not laced or buttoned up, and her
apron is dirty, and her collar is noti
buttoned, and her skirt is torn, she]
cannot be liked. I went into a little]
girl's room once, and all her clothes<
were on the floor, and playthings, too.
Learn to be neat, and when you have
learned it, it will almost take care of
Is Marriage a Failure i
'Rastus Snickers, colored, has only
been married a few months, but he,
nevertheless, is already disgusted with
matrimony. He applied to Rev.
Whangdoodle Baxter to have the sa
cred tie untied, but was told that
"dem whom de Lord had jined to
gedder no man kin put asunder."
"Doan't you lub her no mo'?2" quer
ied Whangdoodle. 4
"Hit's a em-us bizness, dis heah
tender pashun," replied 'Rastus; when
I fust mnarried dat ar gal I felt mos'
lak eatin' 'er up, but after I wuz mar
ried ter her awhile I wuz mad at my
se'f fer not doin' it."--Texas Siftings.
There was a large boiler of scald
ing water over a fire in the yard, and
several black imps playing near it.1
Suddenly a shrill voice was heard
from inside the shanty:]
"You George Washington, keep]
away from dat ar biler. D'rectly you I
is gwine ter upset the biler and scald
yerself ter dof. an, w'en you is, you'll
be de faist one to say, ''Twasn't me,
mammy.' -Tekcas Siftings.
Rivals to J. Pluvius.
Ellis, Caston, and Fairchild Go Gunning
For Rain and Bag a Few Showers.
Conaus CHRnT-r, Tex., Sep. 27.--The rain
makers made their first experimient here
yesterday, and it was a complete success.
Broken clouds had been floating overhead
all the morning, and at 3 p. mn. Mr. Ellis,
Mr. Caston, and Mr. Fairchild entered a
carriage and drove out of town, accompa
nied by Mr. (. L. Gunter, civil engineer of
Dnvall county, who represent.:d the citi
zens' commuittee. The party camned two
b;xes in the carriage, containing two mnor
tars and a dozen 21-pound bombs.
When the outskirts of town were reached
the mortars were unpacked and set upon a
small hill. 'Three rounds were fired, four
sheis being exploded at each volley. Brok
en clouds wvere passing overhead. No rain
was falling anywhere in' the vicinity when
the tirin' wvas begun, but alter every report
a shower fell, andl as the clouds passed
away to the south-west the rain seemed tot
bo falling in torrents over a limitedl area.
By the time the last shot was tired the
miembers of the party were drenched, and,
hastily entered the carriage and returned to
'The rain could be seen spreading off to
the sotheast, and in forty minutes a heavy
rain was falling, which was general over
the city and country for half an hour.
Is your house insnred ? If not see S. A.
ictle for yo.e anIe i owieap
MRS. S. A. NETTLrs.
1K iTrCiH1-:N lNNTUR!E.--TH~e novice h!
ipt to think that the needs of :ht
kitchen ar' trifling, and that purchas
?s for it can be placed, like itself,
plite in the roar of all else. But the
:ruth is that the kit elien table is ev 3
nor: necessry than the drawin;.
.oni table, and that kitchen furnish
ngs are really formidable rivals in e.
)ense to those in "the front room."
All kitchen utensils and furniture
hould be carefully bought, for they
Lre the tools by which the health of
he household is wrougth. Health
iving food and clean apparel come
rom within the kitchen walls, and
t'hatever cripples its efforts to provide
hese is lamentable, and should have
o place therein. Scanty, poor uten
us affect the variety, quality, and
alatableness of food, and unnecessa
lv wear out the worker's strength
,d temper. This needless waste of
trength, even in a servant, is poor
conomy, and in the kitchen the
ilder of the home should relax her
lesire to save, and freely and cheer
ully provide all that her practical
ense of family comfort shows to be
A TIDY SHoE Box.-The box is
bout two feet and a half long and two
aet high and is mounted on casters.
'he box any carpenter can manage.
t is lined through with substantial
otton reps of a glowing toned yellow.
he shoe pockets are of a warm ma
erial bound with braid of the same
r slightly darker tint, and are fasten
d on all around the inside with brass
eaded nails. This will give pockets
or at least ten pairs of feet covering,
asily accessible and in plain view.
he lid is lightly stuffed and is cover
d with a gorgeous design in yellow
nd white cotton upholstery covering.
he stuff is put on plain and a flounce
if deep cotton lace, that imitating
riential lace through which runs a
ord is preferable. This lace overlays
he stuff beneath, leaving an oblong
>anel on top and is fastened down
eith heavy yellow silk cord. The
>ox proper is covered with the up
tolstery material. First in a bias
>uff a finger and a half deep fastened
[own with the silk cord. Below this
alls a deep flounce of the lace over
he yellow, or a flounce of the mate
ial may be substituted if more con
'enient. Of course any colors or ma
erials may be substituted. In any
ase the box should harmonize with
he dominating colors of the room in
vhich it is placed.
TiE SMELL OF PAINT may be taken
.way by closing up the room and
etting in the center of it a pan of
ighted charcoal, on which have been
brown some juniper berries. Leave
his in the room for a day and night,
vben the smell of the paint will be
one. Some persons prefer a pail of
vater in which a handful of hay is
oaking. This is also effectual in re
oving the odor of tobacco smoke
rom a room.
Croup frequently finds a household un pre
ared for its visit, while the rapiLlity with,
~hich it develops calls for instant treatment,
or this dangerous disease Aycr's Cherry
ectoral is an admirable remedy. It saves
iany lives every year. Keep it in the house.
He: "Won't you play tho piano for
She: "I don't play,"
He: "Then you wvill sing ?"
She: "I don't sing."
He: "Then will you marry me ?
W.JT. McDonald, superintendant Lanneau
lanufacturing Co., Greenville, S. 0., says:
'My wife has used Bradycrotine for head
che, and it is the only thing that relieves
Mr. Fannelsuit (doubtfully:) "What
rould you think if I should kiss you,
liss Ethel ?"
Miss Ethel (indifferently:) "Oh, I
Ion't know. I'm not very original.
d probably say just what I did to
larry Shoulderstraps and Capt Cas
abel and the rest of them."
A doctor's bill is seldom less than $5, and
his doesn't include the cost of filling pre
criptions. One dollar purchases a bottle of
tyer's Sarsaparilla, which in nine eases out
if ten, is all the medical treatment needed.
['ry it and save your money for a rainy day.
They were seated on a truck cart
n Cadillac square, discussing points
n colored etiquette.
"You ain't no cullud gemman,"
aid one. "You's dis a plain, com
"Huh! who say dat ?" growled the
"'Cause you hain't got no razor
bout yo' pusson, you hain't."
"Has you ?" inquired the other,
rith eager curiosity, forgetting his
"'Deed I has."
The other man got up.
"Whar you gwine ?" asked his com
"Dat's all right whar I'sc gwine.
Don' you worry 'bout whar I'se gwine.
'se win tosee dat police on de
~orner an' ax him ef he got mo' use
er a cullud gemman, er fer a plain,
~ommon nigger. You dis wait till I
But the "cullud gemrnau" didn't
Who are for the first time to un
lergo woman's severest trial we offer
Sremedy which if used as directed for
Sfew weeks before confinement, robs
t of its Pain Horror and Risk tt U~fE
>f both motlier and child, as thou.
ands who have used it testify.
A Blessing to Expectant Mothers.
MOTHER'S FnuEN is worth its weight
in gold. My wife suffered more ir: ten, min
utes with either of her first two children
than she did altogether with her las. av
ig previously used four b~ottlos of MuTH
Ea's FazzrSD. It Is a ble-sing to mothers.
Carml. IIl., Jan.. 1890. G. F. Loex WOOD.
Sent by express, charges prepmaid. on re
ceipt of price. $1.50 per bottle. Sold by tall
drggists. Book to Mothers maih-d free.
BRADFIELD REGULATOB Co.. Atlanta. Ga.
Notice to Creditors.
A LL PERSONS IiAVlNG (CLAtM.
against the es'at#- of WN. E. Morris. de
reased, wilt present them duly a.ttest ed, atn
those owing said estate wvill makelo paymeni
to S. J. MORLRIS,
September 1Rth. 1k9L.
Retail and Wholesale Dealer ini
MANNING, 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.
Tl HAN ACADEMiY, Some Sample Prices.
M1anningr, S. C.~
A Graded School For Boys and Girls. Shades, with Spring Rollers, from, Wicker Rockers from $2.50 to $10.
24th esion bein M 7, 1011 C 40c. up. Poplar Beds from $1.75 to $2.50.
Mus. E. C. ALsanoox, Principal. CAN ALWAYS Baby Carriages from $5.50 to $20. Hardwood Beds from $3 to $7.50.
Englisb, Latin, Greek. German, French, Bedroom Suits from $15 to 150. Walnut Beds from $9.00 up.
Book-keeping, Calisthenics, Typ -writing, Bed Springs from $1.50 to $5.00. Bureaus from $5.50 to $35.00.
otardind ouion Ared an Mebsi SAVE : MONEY Extension Tables, Solid Ash, only $5.' Wash Stands from $1.25 to $20.00.
Boarding pupils cared for as members of Rocking Chairs, from 75c. to $8. Sideboards from $5.00 to $50.00.
ughtAl lons thoroughlyexplained. Wood Seat Chairs from 45c. to 70c. 1 Wardrobes from $8.50 to $25.00.
The department of Vocal and Instrumen- 0 C
tal Music will receive careful and system- 1s
. The department of Fine Arts wIll include
charcoal and crayon sketching, water and
oil painting, lustra, kensington, and other
ornaentl wok. givniFrniue uunyutrno Fine Engravings, in Frames, from $1.00 to $10.
orci attent n wolr i
spelling, singing, English ompositicn, Large Oil Paintings at Imported
penmanship, and drawing.
The school is non-sectarian. Boarding
pupils are required to attend Sunday-school
and church at least once every Sabbath.
The most approved text books are used.
The blackboard is deemed an essential in
the class room. The meaning of an author
is invatriably requiredfechppl In all s BE IZ S A N Fun ur
work done,~in whatever department, and
.whatever the extent of the ground covered, Sc
our motto shall always be THOROUGHNESS.
At the close of the school y-ar a gold
medal will be awarded to the student who
makes the highest average in all his studies C TO ESTABLISHED 1842 s. B. Loavr.
during the 3 car.
TERNIS PER MONTH OF For wEEKS: -AT THE_
Primary Department............00 0n
Intermediate Department ....... 2.00
Higher Department.............. 3.00 UTE
Collegiate Department........... 4.00 - r
Mnlrsic, including use of Instrument 3.00 SC FTECLE OTR
Painting and Drawing........... 4.00
Contingent Fee, per sssion of aLivery Stable. ic
months, in advance............ .2
Board, per month.... ....... 8.00 u h F CY ANDToiLET ARTICLEs, Fom
Board from Monday to Friday (per _
month)...................0.oo with a full and complete line of EXTRA.0CTS AND COLON
JOSEPH F. RHAME, TOILET SOAPS.
ATTORXEY AT LDAW,
MANIG S. C.- 'PATENT MEDICINES,
Furn itre. Poes, n ChA LESTO n, Si C PArS, OILS, AND GL3ss SPECTA
JO02\L S. ILSON, AND GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, Painting ImpordCLES ANDEvEs. FINE
Attorney and Cozovselor at Law, Wh(: I will sell at the CIGARS AND ToDA..co
SHNNNG A DES C.lTE Ar NPNFritw inOries,
MANNNG, . C.LOWEST IP0SbIBLE PRICE.. r o nOdr In fact, everything usually kept in a first
LEVI,____ class Drug Store.
A.l LANTORNEY AT LAW -F :_ oyo :O:- Copune
t (10 ei r D. Prescriptions ORE
MANNINGLin alo ke ul ad c m lt Probably we cold offer you some( sng-, With ACCURACY AND DISPATCH ai
SLine D.ofE gion about what is wanted, and save! all honrs, day and night, by a competen
-A JG S. ac e HxpGiec. D.,Dm.ci
CT o CHERA IFKL GRNRI S C.ou some mone. beqitles. We have ceap annxeine hr ait
SIRONnts, but we do not always advise youl to
Pi e, op LeOICE & HutRChISn- -.
Liveryhem. The hest is often thih r napest' n d &dC
IbeNow, Paints are not the only thing r ne keep. Marke FAGc . A Torr ARTCO
witWhen you come to Malning give E C
FOLLINBROTHERS, me a cll. Widow ass, Oils of all KindsGc.a
17t5 East Bay, Charleston, S. C. MercESnt w i . Cn. IL unde d S, A
OHNbnt i. WILSON,. ANDIL SUENT'SN FURNIS1IN CIOODSY
Wholesale Dealer-s in Tobac- VA STORE SU-PPLI WS
co, Cigase, and Pipes. Jac I will sell atithe
_7tLaln rmsof Tobacco: ILimitedl,rHowlks scao & MaN inUsTER.s
M A NNIG, S. C . LARCEST COMMISSION HOUSE IN THIS CITY . W rite for anything in theeline. N
ClLSItrouble toanswer Wetvs N( have opened the finest drug, store ii
Wholesule& R-letail Commilission Dealer in ~h ih~ ~William M. Bird & Co., at cordi L' ini~ito to the
e~~ ATARE AT LAW
MANING S. GeeaCo.sin~eihn;Caretn C epeo lrn o
FIHOSTRIISCAE EUR AWFUTS,0 isa&S.uhnee te vst.h
Co.gu-imit . anin evelry. emonth all Antwoid o onr rouepie~uhtepu
15EsBaCarltLSon, S . . 2M re tCalstn .01 n uA ,rxh.a vr eci
coiars, flOanPipes,-oiiiuint f fA~~Ihi-nb0 giad h hietcne
y -edn brandso STobacco A lLimiterod,'~ rgstr anlswllh oudwt
I lso keep ak ful adcoket ie. IA.25UINSUR vAci prsrpinndeshlawa efon
CHARLESTON, S. CerCommtinssing.e et .E RWN&C. annS .MnahnBok utr .C
FORESTON DRUG STORE,
FORESTON, S. C.
.iey al ways on hand a full line of
Fur, Drugs and Medicines,
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES, TOILET
S8APS, PE RFIMElRY, STATION
ERY, CIGAIS, GARDEN SEEDS,
nd1 such artic!es as are usually kept in a
rst class drug store.
I have just added to my stock a line of
PAINTS AND OILS,
and am prepared to sell PAINTS, OILS
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,
luring the past year, been thoroughly reno
vated, remodeled, and refitted with all mod
ern improvements. Centrally located, and
offers inducements for the eccommodation
of its patrons. Has 6 spacious, light, and
airy sample rooms. Hot and cold baths.
Cuisine excellent. The proprietor hopes
by strict attention to the wants of his
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. H. DIXON. Proprietor.
Central R. R. of S. C.
Sept. 20, 1891.
TRANs GooN NoRTH.
*No 52 tNo 48
Lv Charleston 6 00 a m 5 18 pm
Lv Lanes 7 30 a m 7 10 p m
Lv Foreston 757am 7 36 p m
Lv Wilsons 7 57 a m 744 p m
Lv Manning 8 05 a m 755pm
Lv Harvins 812am 805 p m
Lv Sumter 8 40 a m 8 35 p m
Ar Columbia 950am 1000pm
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
*No 53 tNo 49
Lv Columbia 9 00 p m 710am
Lv Sumter 10 10 p m 8 40 am
Lv Harvins 10 30 p m 9 014am
Lv Manning 10 39 p m 9 10 a m
Lr Wilsons 10 48 p m 9 20 a m
Lv Foreston 10 54 p m 9 27 am
LvLanes 1120pm 955am
Ar Charleston 12 50 a m 1150am
*Daily. tDaily except Sunday.
J. R. KENELY, J. F. DrviN,
Asst. Gen'l Mang'r Gen'l Sup't.
T. M. ExzsSoN, Gen' PassengerAgent.
Charleston, Sumter, & Northern Rairad.
IN EFC AuousT 10, 189L
GOING NoRTH tNo 1 tNo S
Lv Charleston 5 30 a m 500 pm
Lv Pregnals 6 50 a m 635pm
Lv Holly Hill 718 a m 7 00 p m
Lv Eutawville 7 34 a m 714 p m
Lv Vances 7 45 a m 724 p m
LvSt Paul 817am 753pm
Lv Summerton 825am 800pm
Lv Silver 8 37 a m 808pm
Lv Packsville 8 49 a m 8 20 p m
LvSumter 917am 845pm
Lv Darlington 10 50 a m 10 05-p m
Ar Bennettsville 12 01 p m 11 20 p m
GOING SoUTH tNo 4 tNo 2
Lv Bennettsville 5 2.5 a m 550pm
Lv Darlington 6 40a m 7 03 p m
Lv Sumter 8 00 am 9 00p m
Lv Packsville 8 27 am 9 29p m
Lv Silver 8 37 am 9 42p m
Lv Sumimerton 8 45 am 9 52p m
Lv St Paul 8 52 am 10 00pm
Lv Vances 9 21 am 10 31p m
Lv Eutawville 9 32 am 10 41p m
Lv HollyHill 9 45 am 10 55 pm
Lv Pregnals 10 10 am 11 20p m
HAnELIN CrrY AND POND BLUFF BnANCHRs.
Lv Harlin City 7 15 am 505 pm
ir Vances 8 10 am 600p m
Ar Eutawville 8 25 a m
r Ferguson 9 05a m
Lv Ferguson 9 35 am
Lv Eutawville 10 10 a m
Lv Vances 11 00 am 6 30p m
ir 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. AVERTT,
.1. T. MCGAHAN. A. s. BROWN. BoRT, P. EvAs.
McGAHAN, BROWN & EVANS,
Dry Goods, Notions,
Boots, Shoes .and Clothing,
Nos. 226, 228 & 230 Meeting Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Isaac K. Lozryea,
Louis Coben & Co.
232 & 234 King Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
IDar~ AND FANCY Goons, Cinrars,
MATTING, OIL CLOTH, SHADES,
UPHOLSTERY Goc ns.
Applications for Prices and Samples.wil
r eceive my prompt atterntion.
ISAAC MW. LORYEA.
A. S. J. PERY. H. n- sIMONs. R.A. PIGLI.
Johnston, Crews & Co.,
,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 stcbest assortment. lowest pdies.
P~I-tLR tLL'r1IA SINGER.
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