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THE MANNIN T3E.
A N V.'GhY . 1EIl'T.
A Murderer Atteips to Gain a Reward
by a Pretented Surrender--Fratd
Charged and the Governor Will In
restigate-A Sheriff May Lose His
W. L. McFail sometime ago killed p
another man in Barnwell, and under h
such circumstances that but little ex- il
pectation was had of his being able e
to procure bail should he be arrested. n
In consequence he defied arrest and s,
kept out of the way till the Governor a
offered a reward for his capture. i!
Then he was easily arrested, as it is c
claimed his friends wished to get this b
money for paying his attorndy to de- b
fend him. The whole proceedings, s
however, were so flagrantly. outrage- t1
ous that the people of Barnwell would o
not stand it, and at once reported the v
case to the Governor, advising him %i
not to pay the reward.: Numerous y
letters were passed on both sides, h
but the two following will give the e
gist of the case: I
CoLrxuM A, Nov. 8.-Special to the News u
and Courier: The McFail case has taken tI
quite a serious turn. The following letter i
to Governor Tillman and the instructions 1
of Governor Tillman to the Attorney Gen
eral will explain themselves:
BAsww.Lz, November 5, 1891. '
Dm Sz:-l received Mr. Thompkin's if
letter of the 4th acknowledging my letter of n
the 2nd. I suppose you received mine of c
the 3rd to-day. I see by the News and
Courier of to-day that Mr. G. W. M. Wil
liams has written you a letter which reflects U
upon me and to which I desire to reply. a:
It must strike your Excellency as some- ic
what strange that Mr. Williams is cham
pioning the cause of his client's captor, and t"
is trying to aid* him in recovering the re
ward offered for his vices. He is taking a
conrse, which deprives his client of the h
credit of having voluntarily.surrendered,
and grows exceedingly wrothy and severe .
upon those who dispute the claims of the JE
reward. All of this, too, without his name la
being connected with the matter in either
of the communications addressed to your
Excellency on the subject. Mr. Williams
says: "Col. Aldrich was by some means a
brought into the case to assist me in the ti
defense of McFail." This language is usA
ally employed to indicate that a lawyer has g
insinuated himself irregularly into a case,
and I have no doubt that Mr. Williams in
tends to create that impression notwith- n
standing that he knows that I consented to
assist him by the request of McFail, his
father, and Williamshimself, which writings
from each of them. are in my posession and h
will show that my services are purely h
and entirely gratuitous.
I admit that Mr. Williams is Mr. Mc
Fail's principal attorney, and as he has g
shown. by his. letter that my connection 0
with the case Is unpleasant to him, I have ti
severed my relations with it, as I told Mr. t
Williams, Mr. McFail, and the elder Mr.
McFail I would do if any attempt should be n
made to defraud the State out of the reward ti
in the was it way rumored it would be done,
and which has been done.
Mr. Wilnlams called at my house on Mon
day evening in company with.HiU and in- W
formed me that McFail was in the hands of s
the sheriff. I askedbim if he had gone to a
the sheriff and surrendered himself as Iad- A
vised. Williams repled: "Well, practi-.
cally-so. I th-ought itbetter to have somee
one. with him coming along, as I, aidn't ca
know what certain parties might do." .s
I was very mueh pressed for time as it ~
was salesdayeand I had several important.
land sales to attend to, and the. hour of sale 11
was near at hand, and very few words pass- ni
ed between Mr. Wiliams and myself. I si
asked him to call on me that night for a
consultation and he replied, "That he was
going away~that evening, but would see me
in adaya rtwo."
We parted anldI aW him no more that
day or since. He remarks that I said noth
ing to him about my intention to write to
you. I had no intention of writing to you
then; my suspicions were aroused after- c1
wards. Nothing can be more despicable ec
than the insinuation that I wished to pre- r
vent -Hill collecting this reward, because
Mc~ail is a witness in another case of mine, t
nor do I see what possible connection the t<
two things can have witheehother. Ilcan r
furnish you with proof as follows:
First. That MeFail came to Barnwell on
Sunday ''ght in company with Williams
and Hland the three stayed together at
the hotel. l
Second. That in the morning Williams
and Hill wentto the sheriff's house, a quar
ter of a mile away, to inform him of Mc- p
Fail's presence in town, leaving McFail y
alone at the hotel. t
Third. That McFail told Probate Judge t
T. 0. Patterson on the morning of the sur
render that he was acting under the advice E
of Wiliams in. doing so. si
Fourth. That. Williams went to G. M. 6
Hunter, county auditor, before the surren
der, and told him they bad concluded to
give up McFail, and wanted some friend ofi
his to take him in charge and deliver him b
to the sheriff and claim the reward, and t:
turn it over to McFail or Williams to pay sa
the expenses of his case, and that they had
selected Mr. Hunter to do that work, which v
work Hunter refused to do, whereupon Wil
liama said he would have to get some one
Very respectfully and truly yours,
Governor Tmlman, in relation to the
above, has written the following letter:
Car~umam, S. C., November 7, 1891.
To the fldn., Y. J. Pope, Attorney Gen- e
eral-Sir: From letters in my possession, a
and circumstanlces connected with the case, n
I amled to believe that an attempt has been a
made to defraud the State of the sum offer
ed as areward for W. L.McFail. There is ~
sufficient evidence to warrant the belief that h
a conspiracy was formed for this purpose g
by certain parties, and that possibly theb
sheriff of Barnwell was in collusion with
I have had reason to think that the State ft
has been defrauded more than once in this li
matter of rewards, and to know that some
of our sheriffs are very derelict about mak
ing arrests. I desire that the presentt case
betoroughly sifted, and an example made. E
You will, therefore, proceed to Barnwell on y
Monday morning to make a thoro ugh in
vestigation, and cause an indictment, both
for conspiracy and perjury, to be issued if e
the proofs obtained will warrant it. - C
I have every confidence iu the solicitor of s
that circuit, but desire that you investigate
in person, and press for a speedy trial if a
prosecution is determined upon.
B. B. Tillmnan, Governor.
According to instructions Attorney Gen
eral Pope will be in Barnwell to-morrow,
where the court of general sessions will
open in the morning. LM. F. T.
That is the way we like to see a I
governor act, and is in perfect keep
ing with Ben Tillman's record. The e
Governor is after the sheriff; too, and i
if he were in any ways in collusion
the people may rest sartisfied that of
ficially he will undergo a guillotine
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria ,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. t
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria
The Faithful Nose.
"What a disreputable nose Windle
"Disreputable? Quite the reverse.
It is the only feature WVindle has that
reain sefresnect enough to blush.."
MIS. S. A. NETTI$s.
How Woims SHodLD LIVE.
hiuk it is too litle uIderstoo
;at nieistal habits haXe an enwionzm
alue in deciding th physical cond
ion, writes Julien $ordon in Lippii
ott's. A head brain dissipate
a frivolous detail, in idle gossip, i
taccid introspection, in empty triv
lities, rareJy engenders an imposin
ersonalitf. The body feels the di,
iritingeffect of the regime. Fool
ave drooping shoulders, a wande3
igleye, cannot fix their attention, ar
gotists, tremulous, and uneasy. Th
iind well stored, inquiring, awaki
ems to give the poor body pois
nd repose. The brain requires nou
bment that assimilates. Superficit
ulture rants and. roars, makes itse:
eard, is ezbaled in froth and endles
ombast. Deep culture lies silen
lips about inoffensively, broods i:
lie blood, which it warms and invig
rates. Mental sloth, the want of
ital interest, is the curse of half th
romen in the world. In the sam
ray the physique tells upon the intel
ct. No good work can grow out c
xhaustion; no fertility, no flash c
Irotean fire or genius, from nerve
nstrung, jaded, and jangled. Bu
2e invalids are obstinate. A con
rmed dyspeptic once swallowed ii
iy presence five raw bananas just be
>re a meal to whioh he naturall,
me without enthusiasm. I timidl;
entured, when he complained of hi
tek of appetite, " the ba
anas !" he replied, glaring fiercely
fruit agrees with me."
There is a young woman who pull
i her belt until her face is purple
ad then goes to the doctor for phys
or a skin lotion. You mildly sug
est, "Lacing." "Oh," she simpers
it never hurts me, I can breathe."
To appeal to a woman about he
salth has long ago proved useless ii
iese matters, but every woman i
alous of her. beauty. A tightl;
ed girl may be lovely at eighteen
ie will be hideous at thirty. Wh
ill not the physicians touch ani
waken the chord of vanity? Bu
ie doctors are dull or careless. The:
ive a pill where they. should loosei
A physician was once beard to ad
dt that he could not discoyer th
>mplaint of a blooming flower o
shion who was yet constantly in hi
ands. I could have told him, for
d seen her getting herself into he
own that morning. And how un
raceful, how lacking in all voluptu
as abandon and forceful elegance
e movements of these strapped an
unatons, not to mention the ret
e, the roughened complexion, anc
Le startled, pained eyeball.
A PnErry Ta .-Get s carpentei
the neighborhood to make a frame
ork consisting of an upright leg- o:
andard three inches in diamete:
id twenty-five inches high, a circu
r top-section of inch-thick stuf
ghteen inches in diameter, and
xcular foot or bottom section o
milar thicnes and twelve inchel
idiameter, the circular sections be
ig fastened at their centers respect
ely to the top and bottom of the
andard. The top cover smnoothl;
ith pale-blue and white cretonne
rst placing two layers of Cantor
annel upon the wood to serve as
adding. To the edge of the to]
tch the upper edge of a plaited sec
on of cretonne, the material beins
at twice the circumference of the
ircle in width to allow for fulness
'he lower edge of this plaiting tacd
>the extreme lower edge of the bot
>m, and a wide white ribbon til
ther tightly midway between thi
>p and bottom, holding in the cre
>nne in the shape of an hour-glass
LovE PrnLN.-Beat two eggs ver:
ght; also beat a tea-cupful of sifte<
our with a little milk taken from
int. When the flour and mflk ar
eli mixed, stir slowly in the rest c
i milk, a salt-spoonful of salt an<
e eggs. Beat again and pour th
aixture in a hot buttered dish that i
itable to go to table. Bake fo
wenty minutes in a hot oven, an<
arve at once, as the pudding ma;
dl. Many persons, however, likei
est after it has fallen, because iti
ien creamy. To be eaten wit]
weetened and flavored cream o
eith the following sauce:
MONTHS "Mrs. Kelly request
IN BE.D.- me to write you in re
gard. to what S. S. E
as done for her son, who has bee:
ick so long with an abscess. Sh
ad two physicians and they di<
verything for him that they could
nd he didn't improve. For fourtee
ionths and five days he was in be'
ad not dressed. Some one recom~
iended your S. S. S., and after h
ad taken two or three bottles he be
an to improve. He continued unti
e had taken eleven bottles, and tc
ay he is as well as ever. The boy
urteen years old, and Mrs. Kell;
yes next door to me, and I am we:
cquainted with the facts of the case.
. W. HoDGoms, Postmaster, East La
ioine, Maine. Swift's Specific has
ronderful effect on children an
oung people. It should be given t
very child who has any blood troubl
r blood taint. It drives out the poi
on and poisonous germs, and enable
ature to develop the child. Ou
reatise on the blood and skin will bi
aailed free to all applicants.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
A Rumn Message.
Andrew Carnegie, the canny Scott<
iany .mnllions, has presented Presider
larrison with a barrel of Scotch whiske;
he custom duty on it was $2.50 a gallol
rhich Mr. Carnegie paid. The Preside2
ught to be able now to put new life ini
tis administration, an d make his annui
aessage to Congress a very "dandy."-ei
A G~ood One.
One thousand dollars will be paid I
The Queen" to the lady or gentleman, gi
>r boy, forming the largest list of Englh
words (of not less than four letters) fro:
he letters contained in "Queen Souven
poon." Five hundred dollars will be pa
o the one sending the second largest he~
nd one hundred additional good priz
,iven in order of merit. Those sendit
ist must enclose $1.00 for a year's subscri
ion to "The Queen," a large, forty-eig
>age, family magazine. Competitors e:
l'sing fifteen U. S. two-cent stamps ext
o cover expense of mailing, etc., willr
eive free one of 'The Queen's" elega:
onvenir Spoons of Canada.
"The Queen" is the most popular fami
publication and has the largest circulati<
yf any in Canada. Sample number wi
al particlars of competition postpaid
six U. S. two-cent stamps. Address "T]
nnadan en"'Toronto. Canada.
ADVICE TO WOMN
If you would protect yourself
from Painuil, Profusc, Scanty,
I supproved or irreg-u!ar Men
d; struation Vou must use
sThis will certify that two members of my
immediate family, after having suffered for
ears from MIenstrual Irregularity,
ing treated without beneIt physicians,
re gth completely cured b otle
e of Bradfleld's Female Reg.uliator. Its
effect is truly wonderful. J. W. STRANGE.
Book to WOAN " rnalied FRE whch contain
va le luormation on aW= flseases.
-3RADFIELD REGULATOR CO..
X03 SALE3 BY 4T, DRUGGZ*.
J. G. D rxN s, M. D. R. B. LoryEA.
J. G. DINKINS & CO.,
DRUGGISTS & PHARMACISTS,
SICN OF THE COLDEN MORTAR.
Fine Drugs and Mediines.
3 FANscY AND ToIr ARTICLES, FINE
t ExTmrcors AND COLOGNE.
P.u s O.s , AD GLAss, SPECTA
cIES AND EYEGLASSES. FIN
t. CIGis A\D TOBACCO.
In fact everything usually kept in a first
g 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 com
- plete with the purest
Drugs an& Medicines.
I Also imported and domestic perfumery,
toilet and fancy articles of every descrip
tion, combs, brushes, stationery, the best
brands of cigars, and the choicest confec
- tionery, in fact everything that a first-class
drug store ha-dles will be found with us.
Special attention given to compounding
prescriptions, and we shall always be found
in our store, day or night. Electric bells on
door. W. H. GILLILAND & Co.,
31onaghan'Block, Sumter, S. C.
rDon't fail to consult us before buying,
your Machinery. We are Manufacturers,
and can save you in prices and freight over
-more distant points.
ESTIMATES MADE AND ADVICE GIVEN
Urs x STNsDARD MAcHIN
ERY IN THE MARKET.
SFull Stock of
-:And Supplies. :
Wrtor call upon
C HBERAW MOHINE WORKS,;
Sumter, S. C.
-Painting and Whitewashing
2Are Now in Order.
Do you intend to do either ?
I 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.
1 Now, Paints arc not the only thing we keep.
s Window Glass, Oils of all Kinds.
SMILL SUPPIEs, Smr CHANDLERY,
NAvA. S-roRE SUPPLIES,
SzAg'ts for Hon' 3ca1s & Lma's his
Write for anything in these lines. No
3 trouble to answer letters.
SWilliam M. Bird & Co.,
r Charleston, S. C.
0 hetof inforation ab
Obtain Patent Cava Trade
AddIre.m MUNN & Co.
at F/A M:RS
Ly -.~\O WOGDWGRR?
5UHONQUACr Q lICC0..0 G
W. E. BRnW & C.anning S. C.
Retail and Wholesale Dealer in
ENERAL~ MEC HANSE
MANNING.,. S. C.
Keeps all kia s of Goods, from the Finest and Latest
styles Ladies' Dress Patterns, to
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Necessary to Life-.
COMPETITION, DEFIED !
Will not be undersold bv anv Retail Store in the State.
SEVEYBOD INTIM TO: V mISIT .Y RE
"mANE ACA"""m T BELITZER&SPANN, some Sample Oes.
A c ranning, S. C. Shades, with Spring Rollers, from Wicker Rockers from $2.50 to $10.
A Graded School For-Boys and Girls. 40c. up. Poplar Beds from $1.75 to $2.50.
Ith oigin a, S0 P 7, 100 Baby Carriages from $5.50 to $20. Hardwood Beds from $3 to $7.50.
Mis. E. C. Ati noo , Principal. Bedroom Suits from $15 to 150. Walnut Beds from $9.00 up.
ok-keeping Calisthenics, Type-writing , F i & C i Bed Springs from $1.50 to $5.00. B5reaus o- $.50to'$3.00.
horthand, Elocution, Art, and Music *iExtension 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.
he family. Backward pupils carefully Wood Seat Chairs from 45c. to 70c. Wardrobes from $8.50 to $25.00.
aT Aertmen t of oul end Inxaie S Uilter, C - Cane Seat Chairs from 75c. to $3.50. Parlor Suits! Parlor Suits!
Dl Music will receive careful and system- -----------
heartment of Fine Arts will include The Reason Why Sum ter's New Shoe Store.
hroland crayon sketching, water and t rs N w S i e 6 o e
il painting, lustra, kensington, and other I sell my goods rapidly is that I am
rnamental work. satisfied with a living profit.
Special attention will be given to reading, The undersigned beg leave to announce to the people o
pelling, singing. English composition' Store Clarendon that we have eStablished a
The school is non-sectarian. Boarding Is always illed with
upils are required to attend Sunday-school
.nd church at least once every Sabbath. DRY OOODS T HATS
The most approved text books are used. DR GODS NOINAS and propose -usin our utmiost endeavors towards gaining the
.'he blackboard is deemed an essential in n andeproPoP ingW h g
he class room. The meaning of an author g B (rood-will and patronage of the people. We have opened up a
s invariably required of each pupil. In all .
rork done, in whatever department, and :Sos Grcris
ratever the extent of the ground covered, And every other article sold in a gen- - 0i0ict Lino of Soo0 .for dies ktlen a~d Idrc:
ur motto shall always be THOROUGHNESS.
At thc close of the school year a gold era) store.an
aedal will be awarded to the student wh and have attached to our establishment a Manufacturing and
ankes the highest average in all his studies I Buy my Goods
luigte"erS htIcn elte hae Repairing Department, where experienced workmen are em
luring the j ear. So that I can sell them cheaper than plfe.t .Br a~,amebrO u im n h a
-nEs PEr MoNM or roUn wEEs: most merchants, as I have no factor ployed. Mr. Bartow Walsh, a member of our firm, and who has
Primary Department............ 00 to divide my profits with, had years of experience in the Shoe Business, will give his Clar
Intermediate Department......... 2.00 endon friends a hearty welcome when they visit us.
Collegiate Department........ 4. 0 And am Able to Save Respectfully,
Music, including use of Instrument 3.*00 Enuhby icutn yblst
Painting and Drawing........4.00 Enogh by di counting i at aa* HEISER, WALSH & C
Contingent Fee, per session of 5 pa9rihwihi fget da-H IE ,W L H & C .
months, in advance............ .25 tage to Monaghan Block, Sumter, S. C.
Board, per month... ........... 8.00
Board from Monday to Friday (per Me andMy Customers
month)....................... 5.00 I only ask the people to visit my C an t Shave M yself.
TOSEPH F. RHAME, store if they desire rare bargains, and
ATTORNEY AT LAW, I think that I can convince them that Yes you can, if you will call on me and buy one of those
MANNNG, S. C. Money FINE RAZORS
OHN S. WILSON, Can be saved by purchasing their
Attorney and Counselor at goods from me. Respectfully, Which have just arrived, and every one fully warranted.
MANNING, S. C. We are always Headquarters on Hardware, Paints, and
A LEVI. '-isy~jFine Cutlery. Respecfully,
Is ATTORXEY AT LAW, Winbun's - Photograph . Oallerl,
MANNING, S. C.
D'Notary Public with seal. W. LIBERTY ST., SUMTER, S. C.
ALLEN HUGGINS, D. D. S., SUMTER, S. C.,
a* CIERA A, S. C.
po-Visits Manning every month or two In . Mammoth Photo - Tent. Southern Fruit Company,
- - -- ---Best Work in Photography.- IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
175 East Bay, Charleston, S. C. c "a'' AND and bflhflTd
Wholesale Dealers in Tobac-# m A E I UI S
Wcolea, Delers n Tope c- Solicits the Patronage of the Peo- C HA R L E STON, S. C.
co, Cigars, and Pipes.
7p-Leading brands of Tobacco: Limited, p of PRIeEo.
d aeat, Gold Bars, Our Peach, Brown Jug. W. H. MIXON, Manager.sav
___________________________ LARCEST. COMMISSION HO0S IN THIS 01-11.
CHARLES C. LESLIE, -00
Woeae&Retail Commission Dealer in
J bTh Palmet E6 P rodace Co ky,
General Commission Merchants;
07T11 OAS AND POL~y FISH, OYSTERS, ECOS, CAME, POULTRY, FRUITS, ir -: Il 0lr 2 e : Age ..
Consignments of pooultry, eggs, and all And all k .nds of Country Produce. . MANNING, S. C -
CHARLESTON, S.iC.h0have2jMarketrSt.,Charlestonry.oC. fully__warranted.
We arealway Headuarte sHarwae, PatintSean
Fine PuterOSy. V CLeISpOethy, o eebr 19,w
HEMES ESAUAN, ll-Cnsgmetsof Ntie o reitr . . ur s
~~~~~~~~CHARLESTON, S. C. Cmiso,5PrCn. Otbr1t,10.Ot 7 81
FORESTON DRUG- STORE
FORiESTON, S. C.
I ky atw.g on hand a full line of
pure Crugs add Medicinms,
FA NCY AND TOI LET ARTICLES, TOILET
..APS, PEIFiMEliY, STATION
ERY, CIG ARS, GARDEN SEEDS,
sa such articles as are usually kept in a
r-- clas;s 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.
GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Is the largest hotel in the city, and has,
during the last year, been thoroughly reno
vated, remodeled, and refitted with all mod
em improvement:;. 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, . C.
First class accommodations and excellent
table. Convenient to the business portion
of the town. 25 cents for dinner.
R. M. PITTS, Proprietor
Cetral, R, of, So,'
Sept. 20, 1891.
TRAIMS GOING NORTH
*No 52 fNo48
Lv Charleston 6 00 a m 51p.
Lv Lanes 7 30 a m 710m
Lv Foreston 757am 7SoPIi
Lv Wilsons 757am 744
Lv Manning 8 05 a m 755P
Lv Harvins 8 12 a m 80PM
Lv Sumter 8 40-a m 8 pm
Ar Columbia 9 50 a m 1000m
TRAMNS GOING SOUTH
NO 53 tNo
Lv Columbia 9 00p>m 7 10'a.-r
LvSumter 1010pM 80=,a
Lv Harvins 10)3OP M 9,01- .ii
LvManning 10 39 p m 9 10 p
L Wilsons 10 48 Pm 9 208 W -
Lv Foreston 10 54pm 0a9-7
Lv Lanes 1120-pm 955:mt'
ArCharleston 1250am 1150aW M
*Daily. tDaily except Sunday.
J. R. KENLY, J. F. DIny
Asst. Gen'l Mang'r Gen' Sup't
T. . ExNso. Gen'lPassengerqAnt.
Charleston, Sumter, & Nirtheilbad
IN EFFECT OcTom 5,;1891
GOING NORTH tNo 1 tNd 8
Lv Charleston 5 30 a m 500pmd
Lv Pregnals 6 55 a m 6 45p
Lv Holly Hill 7 24am 7'1'p m
Lv Eutawville 7 39 a m 72pm
LvVances 751am 735plia
Lv St Paul 820am 801 3.
Lv Summerton 8 28 a m 810pm
Lv Silver 8 37 a m 818 p i
Lv Packsville 8 49am 9p m
Lv Sumter 917am 854pm.
Lv Darlington 10 50 a m 1017
Ar Bennettsville 12 01p m 1130 pm
GOING SOUTH tNo4 No
Lv Bennettsville 5 25 a m 5 50pm -
Lv Darlington 6 40 a m 707 p :
Lv Sumter 800am 900p-m
Lv Packsville 827am 9 291-pm
Lv Silver 8 37 am 9 42.pan
Lv Summerton 8 45 am . 952-psm
Lv StPaul 8 52 am- 10 00pm
Lv Vances 9 21 am 10 31pm r2
Lv Eutawv-ille 9 32 am 1041 pm. -
L-vHollyHill 9 45 am 10 55 p
L-vPregnals 10 10 am 1120pm m ,
Ar Charleston 11 30 am 12 50m -
HARLIN CITY AND POND BLUFF'BBAC~.
Lv Hariin City 7 15 am 5 05.pm
Ar Vances 8 10 am 6O00 n
Ar Eutawville 8 40a m
Ar Ferguson 9 05a m
Lv Ferguson 9 35a m
Lv Eutawville 10 05 a m
Lv Vances 11 00 am 7 4pmQ
Ar Harlin City 11 55 am 8 35 pm
Trains 1 and 2 have through: cars be
tween Charleston and Fayetteville. All
trains run daily except Sunday.
J. H. AVERLL
B. T. MCGAHAN. A. s. BROWN. BOBT. P. EVANs.
MCGAHAN, BRDWNA EYAUST
Dry Goods,. 1%tidEs
Boots, Shoes and Cldblgj.
Nos. 226, 228 & 230 Meeting -Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
232 &234 King Street,
C HA RL E ST ON, S. 0.
DaY Aa~ FANCY GoonS, Carus,
MAT TIG, OIL CLOT, SEADES
UPHOLSTERY GOCDS. -
Applications for Prices and Samples will
receive my prompt attention..
ISAAC MW. LORYEA.
A. s. JT. PEBBY. H. P.. sIMONs. B.A. P~mGLL
JOBBERS OF DRY GOODS,
Notions and Small Wuro8,
Nos. 49 Hayne & 112 Market-Streets,
CHARTETON, S. C.
M. Drake & Son,
BOOTS, SHOES, & TRUNKS.
235 Meeting St., CHARLESTON, S.CV.
Largest stock, best assortment, Iowestplme.
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