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THE MMAThG TMES.
Bill Arp I:esse .Aj.crivan Aristor
racy and Nlgro Deprn:Vly.
Dr. Nunnally was telling about a
poor boy who was working his way
through college. He worked for hire
on a farm at $10 a month and his
board, and saved his wages and went
to schocl, and during vacation ie
hired out and lived hard and did his
own washing.. That boy is in earnest
and needs watching. I am going to
watch him if I live and see what be
comes of him. They are not common.
I knew one in colle'ge about forty-five
years ago. He walked from north
Alabama to Athens, Ga., and his
clothes were all home-made and
coarse and didn't fit well. I remem
ber that his pants were too short at
the bottom and too long at the top,
and the waist seam of his brown
jeans coat was high up on the back.
The boys laughed at him on the sly,
but they dident laugh long, for he
soon took the lead and kept it. If he
hadent got killed in the war he would
have been a leader in his State right
This is a great and glorious govern
ment. There is none like it upon the
face of the earth. The fact that the
highest places in the ration are in
reach of the humblest citizen-that a
tailor can become a president and a
millboy a senator, and a lad who
plowed a bull for lack of "something
better" has held more offices
and higher offices in Geor
gia than any three of her most
gifted citizens-is a wonderful thing.
England and Germany have good
governments, but over there a poor
boy has got to have help to rise. He
must be kin to somebody who has
power or influence. He must have
a cousin in Berlin or an uncle in
parliament, but the field is open here,
open to all. Aristocracy is not the
passport here. It is merit and dili
Honor and shame from no condition rise.
A venerable gentleman quoted that
to me and said: "I used to be proud
of my lineage, and was inclined to
boast of the good blood that was in
my veins; but one day I was talking
to an old kinsman about our ances
tors, and he said: 'Well, yes, my
son, there was some good people
away back there, but the stock sorter
run down. Your pap and your grand
pap behaved mighty well, but some
of the boys dident. Your Uncle
Dick stole a bag of taters offen a flat
boat, and they cotch him at it, and
took him down in the canebrake and
whipped him. And there was so
much talk about Tom markin' every
stray sheev and shote in his mark
that he took a sudden notion to move
to Arkansaw, and I haint heard of
him since. Some of the stock was
good, but some was powerful covy
inWell, of course there is something
iluck, for Solomon says, "Time and
chance happeneth to all;" but as a
general thing merit and diligence are
rewarded in this country. Andy
Johnson became a president, and
John Tyler did, too, but Job' w'as re
-duced after his time as out, and th'e
"county commissioner's made him an
overseer of the public road, which
shows the ups and riowns of fame
and politics. But good eenduet and
good principles pay in thie lon~g run,
if they don't in the short. I was
ruminating about this vesterday as
our train passed a lot or convicts who
were working the road between
Atlanta and 1)ecatur. It was a sad
and melancholy spectacle to see them
in their striped uniforms and hear the
clink of their ankle-chains as they
came down with their picks into 'the
hard ground or tossed the egrth away
with their shovels. They looked
healthj- and strong. and contented,
but I don't know how they felt. They
were all negroes, and they don't feel
much-not much penitence and less
mortification. There are 1,737 con
victs now ini our State--that many in
our State system under lease. There
are some more on the public roads of
the counties, and nearly all are
.negroes. There are only 170 white
onvicts, and not a white woman.
Nearly sixteen hundred colored are
wearing the stripes, and forty-seven
of these are women. What is the
matter 'with the nsgroes ? When will
they do better? Nearly all of these
convicts are between sixteen and
forty, and but a very few were ever
in slavery. -They have been to school
most of them, and most of them are
from the cities and towns. The old
time negroes are not in the chain
gang. They had no school,
but they had moral training.
What is to become of the negro ? He
has less excuse for crime than a white
man. His wants are few; it takes
less to do him; he is not cramped by
-seeiety nor social temptations; a day's
honeit...ork will support him for two
days; he pays no tar; bis schooling is
free, and yet the devil seems to be in
him. There are 30 per cent. more
whites than negroes in this State, and
yet the negroes commit nine times
more crime. The problem is not
solved. I have before me a very able
paper on the race problem by a hu
mane and gifted citizen of Louisana.
It was written some years ago, and
he then thought that education would
solve it. He is mistaken. Crime
among the negroes increases with
their education. It does that at the
North among the whites. Their
criminals are nearly as numerous, ac
cording to population, as among the
negroes at the South. Bishop Tur
ner is a very smart colored man, and
is a good man, and we see that he
wants the negroes to go to Africa. I
believe that our peop~le are willing
and ready for the exodus. We are
getting tired of the experiment.
Twenty-five years has made ro satis
factory progress. The South has done
her dity. Where you find one good,
honest, industrious negro, you will
find ten shiftless, immoral ones. We
are tired. I saw a crowd of them in
Atlanta the ther day who were gath
ered around i black man with a plug
hat, and I head. him say, "We must
all get away '-om this -onsutry-a
colored man he no chance here at
all. The white man has got him;
down and his heel on him, aknd we i
bound to go." Hcis as much an an
archist as Herr Mt. Every one 01
those darkies can et 41 a day and
live on 25 cents.
Thereae millions c white ponnle
across the water who would than]
God for so good a chance to make :
living. If this restless, triiiig
i soh-l e114% (-1 oig ls wouh
g0 aewo\ it w.oul b1 e
grea ri.*. Th fact is th'
shoul'l be mad to go. AbliA
the~'1! "~na. m hip theml to Mi
ci. A oner if it can't b Ooie
Eilatud used to send her bad mrc
to Botany 13ay. We are tired of hav
ing to use l nch law for their outrages
Lynch law does not reform or intiu
idate. There have been more o:
these horrible outrages within the
past year than any year since the war
And yet there are many good ne
groes, negroes whom we respect and
love to befriend, and there is the
trouble with Bishop Turner's plan
He wants the good ones to go and
set up a government. We want then]
to stay and the bad ones to go, and
that wvould take a large majority.
At all events they should be thinned
out. and we will give the bishor
choice and help him to thin them.
It is the commonest sentiment of oui
people that the whites and the blacks
cannot live together in peace muel
longer. The generation that is noN
coming on right out of the schools is
worse than the last. Every town is
full of young negroes who are vaga.
bonds and they keep the police con
tinually on the watch. 'I he jail and the
calaboose are never without boarders
Over five hundred colored convicti
have been sent to the chaingang dur
ing the last twelve months. Whet
will this thing stop?
Their -wn race, with few excep
tions, don't seem to be much con
cerned about it. I overheard on(
telling his experience as a convict, and
he had a good time. He said: "Now
children, you know I was a trusty, ]
was. I dident wear no spurs noi
chains. I had charge of de dogs
and when a negro got away my bosi
holler for me, and I jump for dE
mules and put de saddles on quie,
and ontie de dogs, and away we go.
We had two dogs-a big long eared
houn' dog, and a small dog, sortei
half fice, and a short tail. Dey was
both powerful good track dogs. One
mornin' about deybreak de 'larm was
given, two niggers got away. De
boss call me and I got de mules and
de dogs quick, and he bounce on one
mule and I bounce on de other and
we let de dogs smell of de niggers
bunk whar dey sleep and den put'em
on de track and away we go. De nig'
gers and de dogs run and we keep ur
behind. De niggers run and de dogs
run. Bime by de track got hotter
and hotter and dc niggers run and
de dogs run. De ole houn' opens his
mouth wide and say come on, come
OD, and atter we had run 'em about
four miles de ole dog chauge his tune
and we knowed dem niggers was
treed. Shore enuff, when we got dar,
de two niggers was up in a post oaki
setten on a limb. De ole houn' was
settin' off a piece a-lookin' up in de
tree and he say t-o-o-o-o of 'em,
t-oo-o-o of 'em. De little dog was
settin' on his short tail and lie say,
dat's a fac, dat's a fac, dat's a fac.
Well we make dem darkies get down
from dar and take 'em back and de
boss give 'em a right smart whiippei
and put 'em to work agin. Dey was
mean niggers and (dare ain't no other
sort dare hardly. I neber 'sociate wid
demn convicts. I wa a trusty, I was.'
nM L(Are nwny of the countlesi
UDEADL at. hi etrcini
great, as they destroy life in thous
ands of human beings annually. The
only limitation to their devastation i!
food to feed on. They produce count
less diseases-as malaria, scrofula, ec
zema, cancer, contagious blood pois
on, etc., etc. The remedy for this
small but numerous and destructivt
foe is to expel him from the body by
the use of Swift's Specific. S. S. S
will route him out completely, ani
force out also the poison which h4
has left behind. Be sure to get the
genuine. Do not let anyone put of
on you a substitute or imitation
Send for our book on the blood ani
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
It was once supposed that scrofula coui
not be eradicated from the system; but th<
marvelous results produced by the use o
A er'sSarsaparilla disprove this theory. Thi
.reason is this medicine is the most powerfu
blood purifier ever discovered.
Sturgeon Canning in Columbia.
The machinery for dressing ani
canning sturgeon that was orderei
several days ago by the Mlessrs. Shull
as mentioned in the Record, was re
ceived yesterday and was used witi
entire satisfaction this morning.
They caught two of the fish thi~
morning, known to fishermen as
buck and ewe, one measuring six fee
ten inches in length, and weighing
120 pounds, and the other seven fee
four inches long, and weighing 14(
pounds. .The total catch in three
weeks has been 1,075 pounds.-Co
lumbia Record, Oct. 31.
BUCKLEN'S ARN~ICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheumn, feve:
sores, tette-r, chapped hands, chilblains
corns, and all skin eruptions, and positive
l cures piles or no pay required. It i
guaranteed to give perfect sa'isfaction, o:
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box
For sale by J. G. Dinkins & Co.
NOW TRtY THIS.
It will cost you rnothing and will surely d<
you good, if you have a cough, cold, or an;
trouble with throat, chest, or lungs. Di
King's New Discovery for consumption
coughs, and colds is guaranteed to give re
lief, or money will be paid back. Sufferer
from la grippe found it just the thing, an<
under its use Lad a speedy and perfect re
covery. Try a sample bottle at our expense
and learn for yourself'just how good a thin;
it is. Trial bottles free. at J. Gi. Dinkins
Co.'s drug store. Large size SOc. and $1.
S. H. Clitord, New Cassel, Wis., was troul.
led with neuralgia andI rhecumatism, hi
stoahi was disordered, his liver was affeci
ed to an alarming degree, appetite fel aw a
and he wats terribly reduced in flesh an
strenth. T1hree' bottles of Electric Uittei
Edward Shepherd. Iharrisburg, 111., had
Iruning soe on his leg of eight y'ears, staim
in,'.cUsed threc bottles of Electric Uittex
in sev en hoxes of I Uklen's :,rnlica sal vi
ad his. Ieg is sound andi well. .Jotht Spial
r Catawba, U., had live '.rze fever sores o
i' le , doctors said he was inicurabble. O)z
bttle 1 lectirie Bitters and one box Ucien e
'rnienx salveo cured him entirely.. Sold l.
.J (. lDinkinis & Co.
T he consceiousniess of having ai remedy
hand' for eroup, pneumonia. sore throat, an
suden colds, is very confsoling( to a paren
With a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
the house, one feels in such cases a sense
ecity nothing else can give.
ABvic. To WoME
If yo \Vould protect Vourseli
-from! P1:1 1 loro: esc~mtv,
Sppr. rru!ir Mei
CARTERSVTLLE, April 26, I86.
This will certify that two members of my
immediate family, after having suffered for
years from "Menktrual Irregularlty,
eing treated without beneft by physicians,
were at length completely cured by one bottle
of Bradilid'Ix Female Re'qilator. its
effect is truly wonderful. J. \?. STRANGE.
Book to " WOMAN" mailed FREE. which contains
valuable lnformatiou on all female diseases.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
FOR SAL1 BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
.1. G. DINKr:,s. K. ). IL. . LORYE.
J. G. DINKINS & 0.
DRUGGISTS & PHARMACISTS
SION OF THE COLDEN MORTAI.
Fine Drugs and Medicines
FANCY AD ToI=r ARTICLES, FINE
EXTRACTS AND COLOGNE.
PAYrs, OILS, AD GUS, SPECT
cus AND EYEGLASSES. FN
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
In fact, everything usually kept in a firs
class Drug Store.
With ACCURACY AND DISPATCH
all hours, day and night, by a competex
and experienced Pharmacist.
J. G. DINKINS & CO
We have opened the finest drug store i
Sumter, and take this method of extendin
a cordial invitation to the
People of Clarendei
to give us a call whenever they visit thi
city. They will always find our stock con
plete with the purest
Drugs and Medicines.
Also imported and domestic pcerfamer:
toilet and fancy articles of every descril
tion, combs, brushes, stat:ouery, the Le.
brands of cigars, and the choicest confei
tionery, in fact everything that a first-cla
drug store handles will be found with us.
Special attention given to compoundin
prescriptions, and we shall always be foun
in our store, day or night. Electric beilso
door. W. H. GILLILAND & Co.,
Monaghan Block, Suwter, S. C.
Don't fail to consult us before buyin
your Machinery. We are Manufacturer:
and can save you.in prices and freight ov<
more distant points.
ESTITESP' MADE AND L DVC FY
UrPoN ANY STANDARD MACIN
ERY IN THE MARKET.
Full Stock of
-: And Supplies. :
Write, or call upon
C HERAW MOHINE WORKM
Sumter, S. (
Painting and Whitewashing
Are Now in Order.
Do you intend to do0 either
Probably we could offer von some sr.
gestions about what is wanted, and sa'
you some money, besides. We have en
Paints, but we do not always advise you1
use them. The best is often the cheapte
Now, Paints are not the only thing we keel
Window Glass, Oils of all Kind:
MILL SUerLIES, SIP CHANDLER:Y,
Write for anything in these lines. 3
trouble to answer letters.
Willi M, Bird & Co.,
Charleston, S. C
stratif the iaw shwin How to
Obtain Paitents, Caveas, Trade
Marks. Copyrights, sent free.
Addreas MUNN & Co
N. ew York
iW E BRTAW & C Mannina S C.
Retail aind 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.
TH ANNN ACADEMY__
Maiing, S. C. BELITIER &PANN S o e a pri
A iraded School For Boys and 61rls. ades, with Spring Rollers, from Wicker Rockers from $2.50 to$10.
~ 2th e~in b~i~~c~ay~~ 7~9140c. up. Poplar Beds from $1.75 to $2.50.
Mr~. E C.Az~nnoxpricipl.Baby Carriages from $5.50 t: $20. Hardwood Beds from $3 to $7.50
.1Mr.s. E. C. Atsrmroox, Principal. ;
Engish LainGrek. ermn, renh, *- Bedroom Suits from $15 to 150. Walnut Beds from $9.00 up.
English, Latin, Greek. German, French,
Book-keig aiteis y'-rtnFl III I Bed Springs from $1.50 to $5.00. Bureaus from $5.50 to $3.5.00.
Boo-keeping, Calisthenics., Type -writing,
Short-hand, Elocution, Art, and MusicFuntr. c m ,
Shugrt.hnEouin At n ui Extension Tables, Solid Asli, only $5.11 W ash Stands frota $1.25 to $20.00. t
Boarding pupils cared for as members of Rocking Chairs, from 75c. to $8. Sideboards from $5.00 to $50.0.
the family. Backward pupils carefully
taught. All lessons thoroughly explained. WooC Seat Chairs from 5c. to $0. Parous ro r Sits!
The department of Vocal and Instrumen
tal Music will receive careful and system- C
at ic attention.
The department of Fine Arts wlll include
charcoal and crayon sketching, water and
oil painting, lustra, kensington, and other -TAM
Special attention will be given to reading,
Spia a entinwl beogioen tiodn, Ei H The undersigrned begr leave to announce to the people of
spelling, singing, English composition,
penmanship, and drawing. Clarendon that we hay . established a
The school is non-sectarian. Boarding
pupils are required to attend Sunday-school I r - Front sr
and church at leas one-very Sabbath. T10 L znS - A SSZ E T ,E
The most approved text books are used. (Next Doo to J. G. Dinkins & Co.)
The blackboard is deemed an essential in
the class room. The mrnoing of an author I bave just returned from Market Zood-will and patronage or the people. We have opened up n
is invariably required of each pupil. In all with full and complete line of
work done, in whatever department, and
our ~Z -ott Yuhallon alasL unrn~S R OD,-COHN, -ino of Lose for Wks,~ Gonitho~n and~ Dhildon, ~
whatever the extent of the ground covered,
Iour miotto shall always be T~oooCGHNEss.DR GO S,-C THN
At the 6lose of the school year a gold
- medal will be awarded to the student who and have attached our estallslllent a ManufacLurlf an
makes the highest average in all his studies
duringthe Near. Repaiing Department, where experiencd workmen are, -
d EMSuErnngT1 FF07 AND GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, ployed. oMr. Bartow Walsh. a memiber of our firm, and who has
TERiSM i'ER~ aioNTH OF For wEEKs:
Primary Department............$1.00 Which I will sell at the jhad years of experience in the Shoe Busin-ss, will give his Clar
Intermediate Departument ....... 2.00
igtereit Department .2... .001 endon friends a hearty- welcome when they visit us.
Higher Deartment............3.00SIBLE PRICE.
Collegiate Department........... 4.00
Music, including use of Instrument 3.00
Painting and D'rawing ...........: 4.00:0
Contingent Fee, per session of4 HEISER, WALSH & CO,
months, in advance............ .25 1 also keep a full and complete Monaghan Elock, Sumter, S. C.
e Board, per month... ........... 8.00 Line of
P Board from Monday to Friday (per
0 monthi)....................... 5.00
...............o CHOICE& FRESH GROCERIES.1 Can'i: Shave M yself!
TOSEPH F. RHAME,
AOSEPHXF. RAT LA When you come to Manning give Yes you can. if -ou will call on mnc and buy one of those
AT TOR XEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C. I will not be undersold by any
OHN S. WILSON, Mrhn n'Nann.-R A Z 0 I
JOH .WLOMrhn nMnig which have just arrived, and every one fill1y warranted.
Attorney and Counaselor- at Law,
AtS,, n ~:aeo tLw Jacob Prodovsky. We are always Headquarters on H1ardware, Paints, and
MNA'NNING, S. 0.
A J Fine Cutlery. Respectfully
A ALTTOREY AT LAW, Winburns - Photograph . Gallery,
MANNING, S. C. W3 L T Tu r s .
.742-Notary Public with seal. IV-IET-T, TM E . .C
ALNEN HUGGINS,ND.lD.S., rS T o aRm S. C.,lm
Shades, wit S prigt lers, Frmu icke Rockrsfom$25yt, $0
na4.p every month or two P a -rMammoth - Photo - Tent.$2
--B~est Work in Photography.- iiiPORTErrs WHV1OLESALE DEALERS IN
F OLLIN BROTHERS.)
W 1Ba CEse DCalebs Carriages fo $5.50FOREIGN $ AD H D aOM dBESTiC FRUITS
I leroSau frolmiiTon c Solicits the Patronage of the f?eo
co, Cigars, af-d Pipes. pl- of Clarendon. C HfAf:RlLSE S-T0N, S. C*
.7 rLeading brainds of Tobacco: Limited, ________________- W. H. MIXON, Manager. SEND FOR PRICE'S.
Ered Meat, Told Bars, Our Peach, Brown JWft
CRoAiLES C. LESLIE, C rLAREST COMMISSION HOUSE IN THIS CITY.$.0t$50
Woliolesald & Reteil Comfirmion4 D(t0Wlobr ifrom $8.50 to $25.00.
Ge'ral C4iai M - t..s )- C
Solcte. .(N G extgor, toJ.G.nagno.
I Ohie~o. s &2( Make St, . o st ay hav just retrnd fromt Managet
- -~~~~DY - COnDsgi, h --- il.oOTHioI.NCshag Ntie
2~SKI~iSTEE, ecasd, il pesntthmiulchtesId cunyfollttrelisnisat s xtutre
OposteAcdey f usc, Reurs ad o dy al.nt pops usin our GIB O enevroards ainingth
god-ilen pao netoftheo ple WILLae openedAup
CHRLSTNS.C Cmmsson Pr en ploed. 1Mr 1. BatwW lh Oct.be 27, ou1 fr,91.wo a
FOESTON DRUG STORE,
FORESTON, S. C.
I keep always on hand a full line of
Pure Drugs and Medicines,
A NCY AND TOILET ARTICLES, TOILET
SO.P1 PE!!FUMEllY, STATION
, 0'%.\S, (AIlDEN SEEDS,
nel s;:-h U! s as are usually kept in a
r-:t elass drug store.
I have j.1t aided to my stock a line of
PAINTS AND OILS,
nd am prepared to sell PAINTS, OILS
LEAD, VARNISHES, BRUSHES,
i quantities to suit purchasers.
L. W. NETTLES, M.D.,
Foreston, S. C.
CRAND CENTRAL HOTEL,
Ts the largest hotel in the city, and hap,
ming the past year, been thoroughly reno
ated, remodeled, and relitted with all mod
rn improveinents. Centrally located, and
ffers inducements for the accommodation
f its patrons. Has 6 spacious, light, and
iry sample rooms. Hot and cold baths.
uisine excellent. The proprietor hopes
y strict attention to the wants of his
atrons to merit a share of patronage.
F. W. SEEGERS, Proprietor.
SUMTER, S. C.
First class accommodations and excellent
tble. Convenient to the business portion
f the town. 25 cents for dinner.
R. M. PITTS, Proprietor.
Central R. R. of S, C.
Sept. 20, 1891.
TEAINS GoING NOTE. -
*No 52 tNo 48
iv Charleston 6 00 a m 5 18 p. a
Iv Lanes 7 30 a m 710 p
Iv Foreston 7 57 a m 7 36 pmc
Iv Wilsons 757am - 744
v Manning 8 05 a m 7 55 P
v Harvins 8 12 a m 805
Iv Snmter 8 40 a m 835 p m3
x Columbia 9 50 a m 10 00p- -.,,
TRAINS GOING SOUTE.
*No 53 tNo4 -
,v Columbia 9 00 p m 710 a m
V Sumter 10 10 p m 8 40-am 4
,v Harvins 10 30 p m 901am
.V Manning 10 39 p m 9 10 am
v Wilsons 10 48 p m. 9 20 a m
Iv Foreston 10 54 p m 9 27 a m
1vLanes 1120pm 955am. Z
x Charleston 12 50 a m 110 i
*Daily. tDaily except Sunday.
J. R. KENLy, J. F. Drnqz,
Asst. Gen'l Mang'r Gen'lSup't.
T. M. EMEasoN. Gen'l Passenger Agent.
harleston, Sumter, & Northern RairaW
LN EFFC OcroBER 5, 189L.
GOING NoNT tNo 1 tNo 3
1v Charleston 5 30 a m 5 00 pm
,v Pregnals 6 55 a m 6,45 pmi'
Av Holly Hill 7 24 a m 711 -
Iv Eutawvillo 739am 725p m
Av Vances 7 51 a m 7 i35g
Av St Paul 8 20 a m 8 0&Spaa
Av Summerton 8 28 am 810 p 8'
Av Silver 837am 8 18 pm.c
Av Packsville 8 49 a m 8 29 P -
AvSumter 917am 854pm
Av Darlington 10 50 a m 10 17p M
x Bennettsville 12 01 p m 11 30'p m
GOING SOUTH tNo4 tNo2
av Bennettsville 5 25 a m 5 50-p
v Darlington 6 40 a m 7 07 pm
Av Sumter 8 00 a m 9 00pm.
v Packsville 827am 929p m
v Silver 8 37 a m 9 42pa
y Summerton 8 45a m 9 52 pm
~vSt Paul 8 52 am 10 00pm in .
~vVances 9 21 am 10 31p m
~vEutawville . 9 32 am 10 41 p m
~vHolly Hill 9 45 am 10O55pm a
~vPregnals 10 10 am 11 20 pmI
~r Charleston 11 30 a m 1250 a m~
LAEIJTY AND PoND BLUFF BRANCE.
r Vances .8 10 am 6 00 pm-VA
tr Eutawville 8 40 a m
tr Ferguson 9 05a m
v Ferguson 9 35a m
av Eutawville 10 05 a m
~vVances 11 00 am 7 40 p-m
tr Harlin City 11 55 a m 8 35p
Trains 1 and 2 have through 'cars be- -
ween Charleston and Fayetteville. AUf
rains run daily except Sunday.
J4. H. AVERILL, -
L. T. MCGAHAN. A. S. BEowN. RoRT. P. Evi3~
kcGAHAN, BROWN & EVAS.
Dry Goods, N
Boot S, Shoes and htig
.\os. 226, 228 & 230 Meeting Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Isao x. Loiyea,
Louis Cohen & Co1
232 & 234 King Street,
C HA RL E ST ON, S. C.
DR AND FAxeY Goons, CiAmPEs,
MATTING, 0, CL~OTH. SHAan,
UPHorSrmI~ Goc s.
Applications for Prices and Samples will
~eceive my prompt attention.
ISAAC M. LORYEA.
L. s. J. PERRY. H. iE. SIMONs. B.A. PRINGLE. -
Johnston, Crews & Co.,
JOBBERS OF DRY GOODS,
Notions and Small Wares,
.\os. 49 Hayne & 112 Market Streets,
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
M. Drake & Son,
BOOTS, SHOES, & TRUNKS..
235 Meeting St., CHARLESTON, S.C.
.argest stock, best assortment, lowestpres
FIFT EEN DAYS' TRIAL
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