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DEM IN 1) AN ) SUPPLY.
Eli Perkin's Thirty Years of Wit.
I was talking one day with Mr. De
pew abotiL 'eunand anld supply. t
Said the pviVci of any conuIwiitv is
always controllel by the demand awd
..Not always, Eli," said Mr. Depew;
"demand and supply don't always
govern prices. Business tact some
times governs them."
"How is that ?" I asked.
"Well," said Mr. Depew, "the other
day I stepped up to a German butch
er and out of curiosity asked:
"'What's the price of sausages?'
"'Dweuty cents a bound,' lie said.
"'You asked twenty-five this morn
"'Ya, dot vas ven I had some. Now
I ain't got none I sells him for dwen
ty cents. Dot makes me a reputa
tion for selling cheab und I don'd
"You see," said Depew laughing,
'I didn't want any sausage and the
man didn't have any, no demand or
upply, and still the price of sausage
- Recommends it to Everyone.
"Thinking that a word from me
might be the cause of others receiv
ing benefit from your S. S. S., I write
to say that I have been a sufferer
rom Eczema, which my doctor called
pink heads. Small blisters would
orm on my limbs, would break and
oze, and cause large sores to form.
rhe odor arising would be very disa
greeable, and I would often be laid
a from one to two weeks at a time.
he disease would break out about
every two months. I tried various
physicians and treatments, but re
:eived no permanent relief until I
ivas induced to try S. S. S., and felt
'he benefit from it in a few days. I
:ntinued the use of it until I had
aken three bottles, which was over a
year ago, and I have not had the Ec
rema since. I believe it is thorough
ly eradicated from my system. I feel
re that S. S. S. is the greatest blood
remedy, and I would recommend it
to everyone afflicted with - any form
f blood poison, for I believe they
will receive like benefits that I have."
Jxo. A. B~an, Louisville, Ky.
We will mail free to any address a
most valuable treatise on the blood
SWIFr SPECIFIC CO., Atlant:1, Ga.
In the Cemetery.
Tommy: "Pa, some of these peo
pie who are buried here haven't gone
Pa: "Hush, Tommy; how do you
know they haven't ?"
"Becamue I read it on the tomb
"Read what on the tombstones?"
"On ever so many of them I read
Peace to his ashes.' There ain't any
shes except where it is very hot, is
BUJCKLEN's ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheumn, fever
tores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
,orns, and all skin eruptions, and positive
.y cures piles or no pay required. It is
uaranteed to give perfect ratisfaction, or
oney refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
Eor sale by J. G. Dinkins & Co.
LA GRIPPE AGAIN.
During the epidemie of Ia grippe last
eason Dr. King's New Discovery for con
sumption, coughs, and colds, proved to be
bhe best remedy. Reports from the many
who used it confirm this statemnent. They
were not only quickly relieved, but the dis
ease left no bad after results. We ask yon to
give this remedy a trial and we guarantee
that you will be satisfied with results, or
the purchase price will be refunded. It
has no equal in la grippe, or any throat,
:hest, or lung trouble. Trial bottles free at
I. G. Dinkins & to.'s drug store. Large
bottles 50e. and $1.
Win. Timmons, postmaster of Idaville,
[nd., wr'tes: "Electric Bitters has done
ore for me than all other medicines coin
bined, for that bad feeling arising from
kidney and liver trouble." John Leslie,
Farmer and stockmnan, of same place, says:
"Find Electric Bitters to be the best kidney
m liver medicine, made mue feel like a new
an." J. W. Gardner. hardware merchant,
sae town, says: Electric Bitters is just
the thing for a man who is all run down
md don't care whether he lives or dies; he
ound new strength, good appetite and felt
just like he had a new lease on life.
Only 50 cents a bottle at J. G. Dinkins &
Co.'s drug store.
Rev. Plink-Plunk on Courage.
De mos' courageous deeds, deah
breddern, are dose wich hab nebber
been recorded. De man dat gits
home half full at two o'cl-ock in de
cawnin' and faces an angry wife who
wants to know whar' he's been, hez
'mo courage dan half a dozen Wel
lingtons or Napoleons..
The frst successful blood purifier ever of
fered to the public was Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Imitators have had their day, but soon aban
doned the field, while the demand for this
incomparable medicine increases each year,
and was never so great as at present.
[Kimgstree Record, October 21, 1891.]
One would judge Mr. Willie A. Sparks to
be a complete carpenter, if they will look
at the neat store he has built at Lake City
for Mr. C. M. Kelly.
There is an English walnut tree just
across the line in Clarendon county, which
bears excellent fruit. Mr. T. S. Stuart
showed us one of the nuts a few days ago.
A dead white man was discovered by the
side of the railroad track, a short distance
north of Camp Ridge, by the engineer on
the 9-30 a. mn. train yesterday morning.
The coroner was notified, but the inquest
was not concluded up to the time of going
A school has recently been commenced
in the neighborhood of Mr. .J. P. Shaw,
which promises to be of great benefit to the
citizens living in that community. Miss
Leila McLeod, of Clarendon county, is the
teacher, and the patrons are very much
pleased with her work.
Mr. W. H. Campbell, of Greeleyville,
whose dwelling house was burned at that
place about one year ago, had the misfor
tune to lose his new dwelling hous4 last
week by fire. The house was nearly com
pleted when it was destroyed. There scems
to be se.arcely any doubt that Mr. Campbell
is the victim of some incendiary, as his last
house which was burned wais off to itself
and the workmen had not been about it for
several days. We learn that thare was some
insurance on the building.
As a famnily medicine Ayer's Pills excel all
others. The~y are suited to every age, and be.
in suar coated are easy to take. Though
searching and thorongh in effect they are
mild and pleasant in action, and their use
attended with no injarious results.
Never Touched Hecr.
Diggs: "I found a mighty caustic
mother-in-law joke in the paper and
showed it to my wife's mother."
Figgs: "What did she say ?"
Diggs: "She laughed, and said shE
supposed there were just such moth
eri-aw in the world."
THE MANITING TIES.
WIDNIDAY, O O 28, 181,
'ay Your Taxes.
The county treasurer wiil be at the follow
ing places Vext week. to coliect taxes:
.Jordan, Mondav, Nov. 2d.
R. E. Smith's. Wedlnesday, 4th.
W. J. Gibbons's, Thursday, 5th.
New Zion, Friday, 6th.
Midway, Saturday, 7th.
These close up the treasurer's appoint
ments. On and after November 9th the
treasurer will be in his office at Manning to
December 15th, when the tax books close
and the penalty attaches.
Barber E. D. Hamilton.
E. D. Hamilton, who for nearly five years
has been running a barber shop in this
place, closed up his shop last Friday. and
left for Florence, where he has made ar
rangements to run a shop in the large new
three story brick hotel jnst completed in
that place. Hamilton was a good barber
and made many friends dnring his stay
here. He was sober, polite, and attentive to
his business. About three nionths ago,
however, be was taken sick, and a large
part of his custom drifted to another barber
shop. When he got well he concluded that
there was not enough room in Manning for
two barber shops, and as he felt sure he
could do eqaally as well elsewhere, he de
cided to go to Florence.
A Good One.
One thousand dollars will be paid by
"The Queen" to the lady or gentleman, girl
or boy, forming the largest list of English
words (of not less than four letters) from
the letters contained in "Queen Souvenir
Spoon." Five hundred dollars will be paid
to the one sending the second largest list,
and one hundred additional good prizes
given in order of merit. Those sending
list must enclose $1.00 for a year's subscrip
tion to "The Queen," a large, forty-eight
page, family magazine. Competitors en
closing fifteen U. S. two-cent stamps extra
to cover expense of mailing, etc.. will re
ceive free one of "The Queen's" elegant
Souvenir Spoons of Canada.
"The Queen" is the most popular family
publication and has the largest circulation
of any in Canada. Sample number with
full particulars of competition postpaid for
six U. S. two-cent stamps. Address "The
Canadian Queen," Toronto, Canada.
Pay The Preacher.
Let no person spend all the spare change
in going to State fairs and gala week cele
brations, and then with affected meekness
try to persuade the pastor that he is too
poor to support the benevolent institutions
of the church. It is all right to go to such
places, within due bounds, provided the
pleasure derived thereby does not prevent
the discharge of duty to Christ and His
Church.-Soukern Christian Advocate.
A Card from Mr. J. H. Lesesne.
Enrron MissisG' TIMS:-I notice from
the presentment of the grand jury, as pub
lished in your paper to-day, they say it had
been brought to their attention that the
county commissioners had refused to pay
an account of $2.70 for the draping of the
court house in memory of my late father,
Maj. H. H. Lesesne, and recommended that
this account be paid by the county commis
sioners out of the fund from fines and li
I am exceedingly obliged, and appreciate
very much the compliment which the grand
jury took occasion to pay to my deceased
father as a public officer, but I regret very
much that so much publicity should have
been given to a matter of so little impor
tance, and further, it is not pleasant to have
sad recollections revived unnecessarily in
this manner. I did not know that such an
aecount ever existed, nor who contracted it,
for had I the county commissioners never
would have been called upon to pay the
I will-state that after reading this in the
presentment this morning. I called at.
Mr. Moses Levi's, where I learned that the
account had been contracted, ar~d paid the
same, amounting to $240 instead of $2.70,
and will thus relieve the county commis
sioners or the public from having to pay
any such claim for me, and hope that noth
ing more will be said about it.
J. H. TLns'.
October 22. 1891.
Joe Tucker Writes a Letter.
Enrroz Ma'UNZEG Tixzs:--You are doubt
less crowded for space, in fact I see from
the growth of your paper that you are mak
ing every effort to give the reading public
the benefit of what is going on now. I
trust, howevcr, you will excuse the liberty
1 take ib thus trespassing upon your valua
If we are to judge your town from the
amount of advertising that you do from week
to week we are convinced that you have alive,
energetic people, unsurpassed in the histo
ry of any town. 1 read four papers and
the TIMrs is the first to be unfolded. I see
names eyery week that are as familiar as
my own; and in your issue of October 7th,IF
see the name of my old friend. J. W. Clark.
Well, John, how are you? I think I shall
have to c,,ntinue to subscribe for the-Tmn
It beats writing. and then cne can read the
numerous letters from your correspon
I am glad to know that old Clarendon is'
coming to the front in agriculture as Isee
from the Tzxzs that crops are fine this'
year. You give the Alliance news in your
paper too. I am glad to note the fact that
you are not, like most editors, using your
columns to break down that noble order.
The people need educating in the _great
principles upon which this organization is
based, and the press is the proper channel
through which this knowledge should come,
for it is a fixed fact that the press is the
moulder of opinion. I am living away out
here in Mississippi, and, with the balance
of mankind in the cotton growing States,
am getting poorer every year trying to get
rich raising the king.
Onr circuit court convened Inst Monday,
His Honor. Judge Mayers, on the bench.
Our county jail is well filled and is daily
receiving additional boarders. Crime
seems to be on the increase here. Several
murder cases are to come up. One murder
was committed near our court house the
first night of court.
We have a local option law in this county,
and our county always goes dry when an
election is ordered. No whisky is sold in
the county. Jon W. TUcKER.
Acme, Miss., October 16, 1891.
[(blumibia .State, 0,:ober 26, 1891.]
Grady and Dawson.
The ceremonies attending the unveiling
of the Grady monument in Atlanta must
have drawn the thought of many South Car
olinians to the failure of Charleston and
the State to provide a fitting memorial of
the life and services of Capt. F. W.Dawson.
Capt. Dawson, like Henry Grady, had
faults, and they were faults which, unfortu
nately, lay at the surface; but beneath
them were a rare intellect, an extraordinary
capacity, a heart kindly and warm, and a
devotion to the people among whom he had
cast his lot, and to the city and State of his
-choice, which was profouind and touching.
His services to Charleston and to South Car
olina were many. He did as much for his
city and State as Grady ever did for his.
Nay, more-for while Grady's light task
was to aid in a rapid development, Daw
son's was the hard one to arrest decay.
What Charleston would have done without
him we do not kh'ow. If Grady was the
apostle of peace. DYawson was the herald of
hope. In the darkest days his words went
out winged with cheer, and within the in
fiuence of his genial personality and his
glowing writings despair could have no
It is not- easy to overrat-- the practical
good he did, the encouragement to every
development of his people's possibilities,
and the bravery and steadiness of his long
fight for them.
These things should not be forgotten.
They shouldl not be unirecorded. 'The peo
ple of Atlanta. suiperio'r to feuds and differ
ences which died with the dead, united in
a memorial to 11enry Grady as a leader in
whose life-work they c-ouldl all feel pride.
'The people of Charleston should de no less
in recogniitionf '>f the services of Francis
Warrington Dawson. And when they do it
they n ill find many in South Carolina to
approve and to aid.
- MADE EASV
dieiut ! . a 1:d in
constant u '.. : a esial pro
fession. 11.- are com
binedin a il::.. b: to unknown
"MOT H E RS'
WILL DO all that is claimed for
it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor,
Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to
Life of Mother and Child. Book
to " MOTHERS " mailed FREE, con
taining valuable information and
Scntby express on receipt of price $1.50 per bottle
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
J. G. D 11s . D. R. 11. LorJEA.
J. G. DINEINS & Co.,
DRUGGISTS & PHARMACISTS,
SICN OF THE COLDEN MORTAR.
Fine Drugs and Medicines.
FANCY AND TorEr ARTIcLES, FINE
ExTRACTS AND COLOGNE.
PAINTS, OirS, ND G ss, SPECTA
CLES AND EYEGLASSES. FINE
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
In fact, everything usually kept in a first
class Drug Store.
With ACCURACY AND DISPATCH at
all hours, day and night, by a competent
and experienced Pharmacist.
J. G. DINKINS & CO.
We have opened the finest drug store in
Sumter, and take this method of extending
a cordial invitation to the
People of Clarendon
to give us a call whenever they visit this
city. They will always find our stock comn
plete with the purest
Drugs and Medicines.
Also imported and domestic perfmcry,
toilet and fancy articles of tvery d-serip
tion, combs, brushes, stanery. the est
brands of cigars, and the chicivest confec
tionery, in fact everything that a first-class
drug store handles will be found with ns.
Special attention given to coipounding
prescriptions, and we shail always he found
in our store, day or night. Electrie bells on
door. W. H. GILLILAN ) & CO.,
Monaghan Block, Sn otr, S. C.|
Don't fail to consult us before buyingr
your Machinery. We are Manufacturers,
and can save you in prices and freight over
more distant points.
ESTIATES MADLE AND A DVICE G IVEN
UPoN Axr STANDARD AaCHIN
ERY IN THE MARKET.
Full Stock of
-: And Supplies. :
Write, or call upon
OHERAW MOHINE WORKS,
Sumter, S. C.
Painting and Whitewashing
Are Now in Order.
Do you intend to do either*?
Probably we could offer you some sug
gestions about what is wanted, and save
you some money, besides. We have cheap
Paints, but we do not always advise you to
use them. The best is often the cheapest.
Now, Paints are not the only thing we keep.
Window Glass; Oils of all Kinds,
M ,I SUPPLIES, SHIP CHANDLERY, .
NAvAu. STOREu SUPPLIES,
isat Ag i Hov 20 oa' 010 i arN's 38fil,
Write for anything in these lines. No -
trouble to answer letters.
William M. Bird & Co.,
____Charleston, S. C.
att of the iawa iwng How to
*M ..%" oprh ca t free.
AddreSMUNN &. Co.
FOR SALE BY A
W. E . BR~OWN & CO., Manning, S. C.
Retail and Wholesale Dealer in
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,
'Hi MANNING ACAD MY ,_________
Manning, S. DELiTZER &SPANN
Graded School For Boys and Girls.Spring Rollers, from Wicker Rockers from $2.50 to $10.
ihssoh& xh Sl7;ll,40c. up. Poplar Be * s from $1.75 to $2.50.
111~s.E. . ~srRoo, rinipa.*Baby Carriages from $5.50 to $20. Hardwood Beds from $3 to $7.50.
Mas. E. C. Alsunoor, Principal.
English, Latin, Greek. German, French, Bedroom Suits from $15 to 150. Walnut Beds from $9.00 up.
ook-keping, Calisthenics, Typewriting, Bed Springs from $1.50 to $5.00. Bureaus from $5.50 to $3500.
;hort-hand, Elocution, Art, and Musiclu ..IU W UE I
;ht.hnEouin ran ui untr o Extension Tables, Solid Ash, only $5.I 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.
he family. Backward pupils carefully t
auht Al eson tooughly explained. Wood Seat Chairs from 45c. to 70c. Wardrobes from $8.50 to $25.00.
rtught. All lessons thorogl exIind
The department of Vocal and Instrumen- S LM te r S 0- Cane Seat Chairs from 75c. to $3.50. Parlor Suits! Parlor Suits!
al Music will receive careful and system
The department of Fine Arts will include COME T N ME
arcoal and crayon sketching, water and TO N Shoe S o e
ii painting, lustra, kensington, and other
Specal ttenionwill be given to reading,
Special attention wlbegvntradg, NEW QUARTERS IN THE The undersigned beg leave to announce to the people of
pelling, singing, English composition,
enmanship, and Clarendon that we have established a
The school is non-sectarian. Boarding
,nd church at least once every Sabbath. rSTRITLY F IST-CLASS SHOE STO E
The most approved text books are used. (Next Door to J. G. Dinkins & Co)
'he blackboard is deemed an essential in
he class room. The meaning of an anthor I bave just returned from Ne
s invariably required of each pupil. In all with a full and complete line of
ork done, in whatever department, and
vhatever the extent of the ground covered, DRY
ur motto shall always be THOnOUGHNE s. - O C
At the close of the school year a gold
edal will be awarded to the student who and have attached to our establishment a Manufa(turing and
aakes the highest average in all his studies
luigte- 0ar Repairing Department, where experienced worknmen are em
luring- the . ear.
0AND GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, plyd MrBatwWlhamebrooufianwohs
TERIS PER 3IONTH OF FOUr waEEKS:
Primary Department............S1.00 Which I will sell at the had years of experience in the Shoe Business, will give his Clam
Intermediate Department ....... 2.00
Higher Department.............. 3.00 LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. endon friends a hearty welcome when they visit us.
Collegiate Department........... 4.00 Respectfully,
Music, including use of Instrument 3.00
Painting and Drawing........... 4.00
Contingent Fee, per session of 5 HEISER, WALSH & C.,
months, in advance............25 1 also keep a full and complete
Board, per month... ........... 8.00 Line of
Board from Monday to Friday (per
month)...................5.00 OICE & FRESH GROCERIES. Can't Shave M yself!
OSEPH F. RHAME,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, W Yes you can, if you will call on me and buy one of those
MANNING, S. C. I will not be undersold b- any
OHN S. WILSON, Merchant in Manning.
Attorney and Counselor at Law, J which have just arrived, and every one fully varrated.
MANNING, S. C. We are always Headquarters on Hardware, Paints, and
LEVI. Winbum's - Photograph - ATnLAWu.
MANNING, S. C. W. LIBERTY aley C. B. Bimn s;
Zit Notary Public with seal. SUMTER, S. C.
ALLEN HUGGINS, D. D. S.,
S CHIER AW, S. CI amt - ht et
pi-Visits Manning every month or two
rofessionally. Best Work in Photography.- So tern F HL E AR n
POLLIN BROTHERS, O res u huaiAN
175 East Bay, Charleston, S.C. FOREIGN DOMESTIC - FRUITS,
Wholesale Dealers in Tobac- Slicits
co, Cigars, and Pipes.0
p1-Leading brands of Tobacco: Limited,
led Meat, Gold Bars, Our Peach, Brown Jug. W. 1. MIXON, Manager.
_____________________________ LARCEST COMMISSION HOUSE IN THIS' CITY. ___________________________________
CHARLES C. LESLIE,
Wholesale & Retail Commission Dealer in
FIS=1 Genra Comisio Meca7s j% S.htt A. NE TIs
Consignments of poultry, eggs, and all AnalkidofCutyPdce
inds of country produce are respectfullyI- AN NOS(X
olicited.J. .G. et nM agr I
ftice Nos. 18 & 20 Market St., E. of East Bay, W .OteAstMn'r
CHARLESTON, s. C. 40&4MaktSChretn .C _____________________________________
HEMME'S RESTAURANT, -osgmnso-CAM
228 KING STREET,deesdwilpeetteduyttseewnMahntefsetslradcai
Opposite Academy of Music, Rtrsmd ndy0 ae ett ."V IBN pl o L .HDIK
Br I SummtSm p e ~P i es. .
FORESTON DRUG STORE.
FORESTON, S. C.
I keep LIW:LV..n banal a fall line of
Pure Drugs and Medicines,
.,ANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES, TOILET
0I)PS, PEitFUME1tY, STATION
ElRY, CIG.S, GAILDEN SEEDS,
n- sueb atidls as are usually kept in a
irst elass drug store.
I have just added to my stock a line of
PAINTS AND OILS,
Lnd 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 accommodation
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. I. of S, C.
Sopt. 20, 1891.
TRAINS GoING NoRTE.
*No 52 tNo 48
Lv Charleston 6 00 a m 5 18 pm
LvLanes 730am 710pm
Lv Foreston 757am 7 36 p m
LvWilsons 757am 744pm
LvManning 805am 755pm
Lv Harvins 8 12 a m 805pm
Lv Sumter 8 40 a m 8 35 p m
Ar Columbia 9 50 a m 10 00 p m
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
*No 53 tNo 49
Lv Columbia 9 00 p m 710am
Lv Sumter 10 10 p m 840am
Lv Harvins 10 30 p m 9 01 a m
Lv Manning 10 39 p m 9 10a m
Lv Wilsons 10 48 p m 920am
Lv Foreston 10 54 p m 9 27 a m
Lv Lanes 1120 p m 9 55 a m
Ar Charleston 12 50 a m 1150 am
*Daily. tDaily except Sunday.
J. R. KENLY, J. F. DrviNE,
Asst. Gen'l Mang'r Gen'l Sup't.
T. M. EmEsoN, Gen'l Passenger Agent.
Charleston, Smiler, & Northern Railroad.
IN EFECT OcTom 5, 1891.
GOING NORTH tNo 1 tNo 3
Lv Charleston 5 30 am 5 00 pm
Lv Pregnals 6 55 a m 6 45 p m
Lv Holly Hill 7 24 a m 7 11 p m
Lv Eutawville 739am 7 25 p m
Lv Vances 7 51 a m 7 35-p m
Lv St Paul 8 20 a m 8 03 p m
Lv Summerton 8 28 a m 810pm
Lv Silver 8 37 a m 8 18 p m
Lv Packsville 8 49 a m 8 29 p m
LvSamter 917am 854pm
Lv Darlington 10 50 a m 10 17 p m
Ar Bennettsville 12 01 p m 1130 p m
GOING SOUTH tNo 4 tNo 2
Lv Bennettsville 5 25 a n 550pm
Lv Darlington 6 40 a m 7 07 p m
Lv Sumter 8 00 a m 900pm
Lv Packsville 8 27 a m 9 29 p m
Lv Silver 8 37 am 9 42 p m
Lv Summerton 8 45 am 9 52p m
Lv StPaul 8 52 am 10 00p m
Lv Yances 9 21 am 10 31p m
Lv Eutawville 9 32 am 10 41p m
Lu Holly Hill 9 45 am 10 55p m
Lv Pregnals 10 10 am 11 20p m
Ar Charleston 11 30 am 12 50a m
HARLIN ciTY AND POND DLUFF BBANCE~s.
Lv Harlin City 7 15 am 5 05p m
Ar Vances 8 10 am 6 00p m
Ar Eutawville 8 40 a m
Ar Ferguson 9 05a m
Lv Ferguson 9 35a m
Lv Eutaw-ville 10 05 a m
Lv Vances 11 00 am 7 40p m
Ar Harlin City 11 55 am 8 35p m
Trains 1 and 2 have through cars be
tween Charleston and Fayetteville. All
trains run daily except Sunday.
J. H. AVERILL,
5. T. MCGAHAN. A. s. BRowN. BOBT. P. EvANS.
Mc6AHAN, BROWN & EVANS,
Dry Goods, Notions,
Boots, Shoes and Clotding,
Nos. 226, 228 & 230 Meeting Street,
Isaac K. Loryoa,
Louis CoUh & Con,
232 & 234 King Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
DEY AND FaNcY Goons, CAnPETS,.
MATTING, OIL CLOrT, SHADYs,
Applications for Prices and Samples will
receive my prompt attention.
ISAAO M. LORYEA..
A. s. J. PERRY. E. H. SIXONs. B. A. PRINGLE.
Johnston, Crews & Co.,
JOBBERS OF DRY GOODS,
Notions amd Smial Wares,
Nos. 49 Hayne & 112 Market Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
M. Drake &lSon,
BOOTS, SHOES, & TRUNKS.
235 Meeting St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
Largest stock best assortmnt, lowest prioes.
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