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THE MANNING TIMES.
Sayings and lDuings.,of the Colored Pee
pie Throughout Clarendon and Else
nY D. A. sTEwAET.
Every man thinks himself the embodi
ment of the elements of leadership. A
man thinks more of himself than anybody
else thinks of him. A bad disease is now
going around -a desire to either rule or
ruin. A very true couplet, very applicable
in these times is:
-"Fools rush in
Where angels dare not tread."
As it stands now. the white brother runs
rs the business in this State. He makes the
laws, interprets them, executes them, and
since this is so, he should deal with us as
he deals with himself-what he would not
do for himself, he shonhd refrain from
T doing towards others, in other words
should do up the golden rule, as he has a
fine chance to work it.
Mr. W. W. Fisher, of Abbeville, S. C.,
lectured here last week on "Importance of
forming early habits." No doubt of it,
this is a very fruitful subject.
I know of some habits-very bad ones
that ought not to be formed. Some will lie,
misrepresent the truth, form the habit of
unprincipled actions, form the habit of
using a fire-brand occassionally, be quite
deceitful, and be somewhat doubled-faced.
There was an eclipse of the moon Sunday
night, and my thoughts were various.
I did not think of the astronomical or
scientific reason inducing the phenomenon,
but concluded that the school muddle,
which could have been very easily remedied,
had caused the obscurity. She became
ashamed of the reprehensible doings of a
few people who have succeeded in throwing
sand into the eyes of some.
There is only one right, correct way of
settling every question, and that way is by
positive and manly action, and the more
one quibbles, dickers, or loses sight of the
principle which underlies every good thing.
the more certain is he to enter upon an
endless sea of dispute and dissatisfaction.
Personal wishes, which control nowadays,
ought to give way for the best interests of
the. people we say we represent, for what
ever tends to better their concerns intrusted
to us, bost conserves the mission we are sent
to perform. Every cencession made to
dissension, is but an entering wedge of
interminable strife; every compromise
granted exalts no principle of action, or
accelerates no work of reform; it but
encourages further acts of violence or deeds
of insubordination. "Tall oaks from little
acorns grow"-never fails.
The schools will not be taughtas thought.
One teacher wilt teach at the A. M. E.
church school house; the other will teach at
the old school house. All the unpleasant
ness and hatred among the colored people,
relative to the schools, have been caused by
the preachers, a few of them, and after all
their wisdom displayed they have made a
mess of it. While they are here, they don't
care how much quarrelling and confusion
they make, so long as their point is made
their profits are realized, and when they
are gone and the little good (?) they have
done follows them, the hard feelings which
they have caused will remain-they are out
of it-the people are in it.
It seems tomeas.1f the gospel could be
better disseminated by ita, own inherent
force, than at the hands of such men "who
are called" to do it.
Miss Hallie Q. Brown, the elocutionist,
has expressed herself as willing to return
and give an entertainment here.the 24 inst.
A live bird pie entertainment is an
nounced for Thursday night, where a dollar
will be given to the person who will catch
the birds. I was booked for an address,
but knew nothing of it and scarcely think
it will be torthcoming.
The A. M. E. conference convenes this
year in Laurens, and it is hoped that some
well-needed changes will be mad'e,'if the
proprieties hare anything to do with it.
An effort is'bding miade by a few ;of our
calored citizens to organize a dime associa
tion. A very good idea if it could be gotten
up. and a better one if properly managed.
People's confidence must tirst be obtained
and all the rest is easy sailing.
The county fair association is making ei
forts to organize a brass band. Mr. P. J.
DeLaine is superinteading it.
Rev. C. F. Council, of Sumter county,
preached at the Ebenezer church Sunday
A fair for the benefit of Ebenezer. Baptist
church will be held a-t~ Odd Fellows' hail be
ginning Decembor23, 24, 25. All friends
are asked to keep this date beforb them, to
lend a helping hiand to so worthy a cause.
Rev. C. Whitehead deserves patronage and
assistance in this line.
Rev. J. P. Crawford and delegate Mr. Jas.
Witherspoon, have returned from the Pres
byterian synod, held in Rock Hill, S. C.
They report a very excellent meeting and a
large one. The Reverend paid the Augusta
Exposition a flying visit. He states that
the crowd. -was immense. .The visit was
solely personal, tliere being a large Female
Institute there and he is interested in some
of its students.
I am in receipt of a postal announcing
the establishment of a colored newspaper
here of which Mr. R.LO. Richardson will be
editor and proprietbr. It wiU be known by
the name of "The Rattler." -
We would advise the colored people to
subscribe to the:Trxzs, asit strives to give
us a fair 'showing in its news columns,
from which we can know of the race's do
ings throughont the county and elsewhere.
$1.50 will pay for a year. It has also a very
fine job printing office.
Constipation, and all troubles with the di
gestive orasand the liver, are cured by
Hood's pills. --Unequaffed as a dinner pill.
[Wachmian and Southron, Yov. 11.]
Died last:Tuesday night, Nov. 10, of
aliphtheria, Miss Hamie- Harby, the eldestl
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Harby.
Col. J. H. Earle and family took their
departure from Sumter last week for Green
ville, and will make that place their home
in future. He will practice law in connec
tion with the firm of-Orr & Mooney.
&Ir. A. White, Jr., cashier of the Bank of
Sumter, has resigned his position on ac
count of continued ill health, the resigna
tion taking effect on the 15th instant. Mr.
W. F. Rhame, at present teller, has been
elected by the directors to succeed Mr.
White; and Mr. Bryant J. Rhamne. book
keeper, has been promoted to the tellership.
No book-keeper has been selected yet to
succeed Mr. Rhame.
Don't read ! Don't think ! Don't be
lieve ! Now, are you better? You women
who think that patent medicines are a hum
bug, and Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
the biggest-humlbug of the whole (because
it's best known pf all)-floes your lack-of
faith cure come?
It is very easy to "don't" in this world.
Sospicion always comes more easily than
confidence. But doubt--little faith-never
made a sick woman well-and the "Favorte
Prescription" has cured thousands of deli
cate, weak women, which makes us think
that our "Prescription" is better than your
"don't believe."~ We're both honest. Let
us come 'together. You try Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescriptieni. If it doesn't do as
represented, you get your money again.
Where prcoo's so easy, can you afford to
Little but active - are Dr. Pierce's
Best Liver Pills made ; gentle, yet
thorough. They regulate and invigorate
the liver, stomach, and bowels.
The Toledo Weekly Blade Free.
The proprietors of the Toledo Blade, the
best known political weekly of the United
iStates, are making preparations to create a
sensation this winter by sending a millhon
specimen copies to as many readers in all
parts ot the United States, who do not now
take that paper. To that end they invite
everybody to send the addresses of as many
peopjle as they care to, by postal card or
letter. Send one name, ten, twenty, one
hundred, or a thousand. As many as you
have time to write, only take care to send
correct adldresses of people that you know
appreciate good reading. It will cost but a
little trouble, and the thousands who re
ceive sample copies will feel grateful.
Send all the names and addresses you
plase to The Blade, Toledo, Ohio.
SIVED A HUSBtNDS FORTUNE.
The Telegraph Clerk Was a Marriet
Sh.-was as sweet a little woman a:
ever wore a tailhr made suit :i9 :l
jaunty hat, that. imade ever' fellow whtc
passeIl her straiglhten his tie :ud lo'l
his prettiest. She walked into th<
telegraph office at Fourth and Vine
and timidly inquired of the clerk
"Can I send a telegram to my husban&
Yes' m," responded the hollow eyed
functionary, brightening up a little
awol handing her a blank with per
"I guess it will go all right if I put
the street number, won't it?" she asked,
"Dearest Charlie-You do not know
how much I miss you while away
from home, though auntie is very kind
and we have been shopping
ali afternoon. I have bought
some of the loveliest swiss to go over
my green dress, and tbree pairs of
French kid gloves, because they were
very cheap, and I know you won't
:are, will you, dearest? I think of
you always, and wish you were here
with me to see the cute baby car
riages and cradles, and table chairs
for little Mary. I was tempted to
buy all three of them, but only took
the carriage. Be sure to scald the
bottle every meal, and that the milk is
resh and sweet before it is warmed
for baby; bless her little heart, she is
her mama's darling dear, so she is;
wd when she cries it may be a pin
ticking her, and not the colic at all,
remember. Give her a drop of cam
phor on a nice big lump of sugar, if
lat cough returns, and two drops of
peppermint or paregoric in sugar and
iater in a teaspoon if she has cramp
n her poor little stomach. The key to
he cake box is under the corner of
he mat in the front hall, and if
ing sticks to the knife butter it,
nd don't give baby any; besides, be
are to crumble the crackers well in
er gr el. Auntie wants me to stay
dl the week, but I don't feel satisfied
way from you and the baby so long,
learest, and I will come home Wed
esday. It seems like a year since I
aw you, love, though it was only yes
erday evening, so now you see how
nuch I love you, and I can not bear
:o be away from you at all-oh, if you
dhoud die, or anything should hap
>en while I am away! On thinking it
>ver I will come home Tuesday on
he first motning train, this being
gonday night. Tell the girl to warm
ip the roast from Sunday, or else cut
t down real thin with Chili sauce, to
eat it over and to see that the bread
oes not get musty in the pantry, and
o keep the ants out of the sugar box
bove all. Kiss the baby for mama,
ad I send you a hundred foryourself.
From your loving wife.
Gathering together the piles of
theets filled with the message she
nded them to the clerk. He read
he telegram while she stood tLere
"How much will it be?" she asked,
"Twenty- five cents,madam. You see,
ve can shorten it by leaving out a
~ew of the unneessary words, and so
ave you some money."
"Oh thank you," she said, beaming,
'but be sure not to leave out any of
he necessary words," and away she
went as happy as a lark.
The operator picked up the blank
md hurriedly dashed off':
"Charles Brown-Will be home
uesday morning by first train.
He was a married man -himusel.
ininati Commercial Gazette.
There can be no habitation in the
lood or body for poisonous microbes
when Swift's Specific enters the sys
em. It changes the character of the
lood so that the germs must either
erish or get out, and of course they
Leave. S. S. S. also forces out the
oison which the, microbes have left
ehind. If there is a sore or ulcer
the poison comes out through that,
therwise through the skin.
"Having suffezed much from con
agiojus blood poison, after using half
a dozen bottles of Swift's Specific, I
as restored to perfect health, and all
ruptive sores disappeared. You are
t liberty to make any use of my
statement that you wish.-J. Casv
ByaoN, 208 Third Avenue, Pittsburg,
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
ailed free SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
T~iman as an Orator.
Governor Tillman is in great de
mand as an orator just now. He re
eived two flattering invitations last
week, but was forced tc decline both
n account of the preparation of his
anual message. One invitation was
from the New England Society, of
Charleston, and the other was from
the National- Miners' Congress, away
out in Colorado. The Governor is,
without doubt, one of the most enter
taining speakers in the South, and it
is not surprising.that he should be in
such demand in different parts of the
Can Foreston Beat This i
Mr. M. C. T. Odam, near Cheraw, says
that he made this year on four acres ofland
76 bushels of oats, 154 bushels of corn
and five bales of cotton, weighing 50C
pounds each, and 35 bushels of cotton seed
to the bale. Bring up any farmer in yomi
sections, contemporaries, who can beal
this.- ('hermw Reporter.
A Word for the Orphans.
Timres are tight and there are a hundred
children to feed. That is the state of af
fairs at the Thornweli Orphanage.
Think of it, there are children gathered
together at Clinton. from nearly every
Southern State. They are fatherless and
motherless, and would be homncless but foi
the good hand of God, who has gathered
them under these protecting roofs, ainc
raised uip friends to help them. You
reader, are one of those friends, if you wil
quickly sit down and write out a check ao
enlose a gift to Dr. Jacobts, Chinton, S. C.
and help him to feed those orphans. O
sed a barrel of flour, or a sack of corn, o
a barrel of peas, or rice, or molasses.
The children are from seven different de
nominations. There are as many of B3ap
tist origin as Presbyterian, and as many o
Methodist as Baptist among them, so don'
stand back on account of a word of doc
trine. They don't send off a child there
because the parenlts did not happen to b<
of their faith.
Thanksgiving is close at hand, th
very time to give a thank-offering to thi
Chrstmas is close by. How could yoi
forget to make the orphans happy at such
time. And mark you, if you, and peopl
like you, do not pity and help, those er
ause will avno thing to eat or wear.
ADVICE TO WoMEN
If youa would protect yourself
from Panifl, Profuse, Scanty,
Suppr:>e.d cor i:regular Men
struatiAn :u:t us_
CARTTtVILru, April 2B.,1886.
This will certify that two members of my
immediate family, after having suffered for
ars from Mlenstrual Irregularity,
ng treated without benefit by physicians,
were at le completely cured b one bottle
of l3rad e~ds F~emale le#e"'ulator. Its
efroct is truly wonderful. J. . STRANGIL
ook to" WOMAN 1 maled whic ontains
valuable insormation on al emnale dlseasei.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
oB SALE BZ ALL DRUGGITB&
J. G. Darsx,, M. D. R. B. LORYEA.
J. G. DINKINS & CO.,
DRUGGISTS & PHARMACISTS,
SICN OF THE COLDEN MORTAR.
Fine Drugs and Medicines.
FANCY AND Tonr ARTIcLEs, FiNE
EXTRACTS AND COLOGNE.
PAINTs, 01Ls, AND GIAss, 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 com
plete with the purest
Drugs and Medicines.
Also imported and domestic perfumery,
toilet and faucy articles of cvery descrip
tion, combs, brushes, staUtionery, the best
brands of cigars, and the choicest confec
tionery, in fact everything that a first-class
drug store handles will be found with us.
Special attention given to comupounding
prescriptions, and we shall always be found
in our store, dayor night. Electric bells on
door. W. I. GILLILAND & Co.,
Monaghan Block, Sumter, 8. C.
Don't fail to consult us before buying
your Machinery. We are Manufacturers,
and can save you iu prices and freight over
more distant points.
ESTIMATES MADE AND ADVICE GIVEN
UPON ANY STANDARD MACIIIN
ERY IN THE MARKET.
Full Stock of
-: And Supplies. :
Write, or call upon
CHERAW MACHINE 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 arc not the only thing we keep.
Window Glass, Oils of all Kinds,
MILL SUPPLIEs, SHIP CHANDLERY,
NAVAI, S-rORE SUPPLIES,
Itats Ag'fo L0? 206' call & Kaiin'i Safil
Write for anything in these lines. No
trouble to answer letters.
Willamn M, Bird & Co.,
Charleston, S. C.
Apaphet of information and ab
Obti Patents, Caeats Trade
AdAiIs MUNN & CO.
Retail and Wholesale Dealer in
GENERAL MAERCHAN DISE,
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.
Vill. not be undersold by any Retail Store in the State.
EVERYBODY INVITED TO VISIT MY STORE.
THE MAN IN ACADXMI
Manning, S. C. -BELITZER & SPANN,
A Graded School For Boys and Girls. Shades with Spring Rollers, from Wicker Rockers from $2.50 to $10.
40c.. up. iPoplar Bedis from $1.75 to $2.50.
24t session his MInks y l , 1891,
ALSLOK, ricipl.Baby Carriages from $5.50 to 121. Hardwood Beds from $3 to $7.50.
Mrns. E. C. A1.saroox, Principal.
Ensh, E.in Greek. Gerwan, French, Co Bedroom Suits from $15 to 150. Walnut Beds from $9.00 up.
English, Latin, Gek emn rnh
Book-keeping, Calisthenics, Type-writing, Bed Springs from $1.50 to $5.00 Bureaus from $5.50 to $35.00.
Shqrt-hand, Elocution, Art, and Music
taught. E tension Tables, Solid Ash only $ Wash Stands from $1.25 to $20.00.
Boarding pupils cared for as members of Rocking Chairs from 75c. to $8 Sideboards from $.00 to $50
the family. Backward pupils carefully
taught. All lessons thoroughly explained. Wood Seat Chairs from 45c. to 70c. Wardrobes from $8.50 to $25.00.
The department of Vocal and Instrumen- Su _im ter, Ow 0 Cane Seat Chairs from 75c. to $3.50. Parlor Suits, Parlor Suits!
tal Music will receive careful and system
The department of Fine Arts will include
charcoal and crayon sketching, water and "Do Reso Wh
oil painting, lustra, kensington, and other I sell my goods rapidly is tbat I am
ornamental work. OF Th N OF
Special attention will be given to reading, satisfied with a living profit.
spelling, singing, English composition, Bosro., . r SUMTER, S.
penmanship, and drawing. My
The school is non-sectarian. Boarding
pupils are required to attend Sunday-school s filled with
and church at least once every Sabbath.
The most approved text books are used. U GOODS IONS, HATS, These are the men who run "The New Shoe Store," and while they have only
The blackboard is deemed an essential in
the class room. The merming of an author Caps, beeing business (the th s theeoale o ( t r hy
is invariably required of each pupil. In all
work done, in whatever department, and -: Shoes, Groceries
whatever the extent of the ground covered They say the first thing is: The shoes were bought right.
ourmoto hal alay beThOOUHNES.' And every other article sold in a gen- Second, They are selling them ait prie tha ar>hadeeyoewoby
our motto shall always be Tuo0R6UGENFsS. iethtaergan.vryoewobsa
At the close of the school year a gold era) store. sboe from them goes away pleased.
medal will be awarded to the student who They keep no shoes that are not solid leather.
makes the highest average in all his studies I Bu m
during thei ear. Mr. Heiser, being in the Wholesale Shoe Business and constantly in the market,
TERMS PER MONTH Or roun. WEEKS: So that I can sell them cheaper than hence they have every advantage. It will pay you to buy your shoes from them. Their
Primary Department........$1.0 most merchants, as I have no factor stock will suit any Cs of Trade.
Intermediate Department ....... 2.00 to divide my profits with,
Higher Department.............. 3.00
Collegiate Department........... 4.00
Mnsic, including use of Instrument 3.00
Painting and Drawing........... 4.00 Enough by discounting my bills to
Contingent Fee, per session of 5 pay freight, which i- of great advan
months, in advance............ .25age to
Board, per month... .......... 8.00
Board from Monday to Friday (per
OSEPH F. RHAME, I only ask the people to visit my Shave M yself
J store if they desire rare bargains, and Yes Voncaiyowllalon nendby nefths
ATTORNEY AT LAW, I think that I can convince them that
MANNING, S. C.
OHN S. WILSON,__ _MnyyII M I_&z0 R8
WILONCan be saved by purchasing their which have just arrived. and every one fully warranted.
Allorney and Counselor at Law, goods from me. Respectfully, We are always Headquarters on Hardware Paints and
MANNING, S. C. Jacob Prodovsky.lFine C
A. ALTTORNEY AT LAW, Winburn's . Photograph - Gallery, W . B . BLarI s;
MANNING, S. C. SUMTER, S. C.
;0-Notary Public with seal. WV. LIBERTY ST.,_________________________________________
G ALLENEUTZEISSPA ,. o m, Us amR, S. C.
0 ALXERHAIS: , SUWE, S. CC. Southern Fruit Company,
ShdsVisits Manning every month frotwo In - Mammoth - Photo - $10.
professionally. Phtorph.-IPORTERS &WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
F40c. up .RPoplar-Best Work in $1.75gta$2.50
FOLLIN Carrelo S Ednes coc afro $5.50ito FOREIGN HAND edI s =FR$ T .
Wholesale Dealers in Tobac
co, CgFars, and Pipes. Solicits the Patronage of the Peo- C H A RLEST N, S. C.
ELeading brands ofxobacco: Limited, plT of Clarendona W. H. MIXON, Manager. SEND FOR PRICES.
Red Meat, Gold BWdrS, Oer Peach, BroCsn Jug.45c.ES70.MMISSIOesHOUSE8.
_________________COMISSINHOSEI_ THIS CITY. -
CHARLES C. LE SLIE- s
l!.'ale & RetaTil Commission Dealer inonWy
FII s erl omsraidly isrchats I Ja
Is lwas itedwit
Ofic Ns.18&0 aretSt, . f a DRBy. CODS, NOTIn, AT Snaer
C1IIIES'OX s. -:Sho2 etst-: Chrlcesto ,: .--- -- -- --
-Consignot etl sof- Noin a reior. gen-ag Ntie
Solcted; Ic sefll mhake handtoeoigsiesaewlmaepyofheeat fele iddcee.
priesdmeamo OAbleCO Eto MZ SaveAL
OppoiteAcaemy paic fre ght, which ond s of sale tavn
CHRLSTNs.c.Comsson 5Pe Cnt Boveme6t, 891. Oct.TER, 1891.
FORESTON JRUG STORE,
FORESTON, S. C.
I keep always on hand a full line of
Pure Drugs and Medicines,
FANCY AND TOILETARTICLES, TOILET
SOAPS, PERFUMERlY, sTATION
ERY, CIGARS, GARDEN SEEDS,
Ind such articles as are usually kept in a
irst class drug store.
I have just added to my stock a line of
PAINTS AND OILS,
mnd am prepared to sell PAINTS, OILS
LEAD, VARNISHES, BRUSHES,
a 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
rated, remodeled, and refitted with all mod
arn improvements. Centrally located, and
affers inducements for the accommodation
)f its patrons. Has 6 spacious, light, and
ury sample rooms. Hot and cola bah.
Duisine excellent. The proprietor hop.
)y strict attention to the wanta offhis
*atrons to merit a share of e.
P. W. 8EEGERSProprietor.
SUMTER, S. C.
First class accommodations and excellent
able. Convenient to the business portion
>f the town. 25 cents for dinner.
R. X. PITTS, Proprietor.
COtral R.R.of S C.
NoT. 15, 1891.
TRAlN GOINO NORT.
*No .52 tNo4
a Charleston 600am 5 18p a
ivLanes 730am 710pm
v Foreston 757am 738p M
vWilsons 757am 744pm
.v Manning 805am 755pm
vHarvins 812am 805pm
ivSumter 840am 835pm'
Lr Cclumbia 9 50 a m 10 00 p m
TRAINS GoING sor.
*No 53 tNo 49
v Columbia 925pm 710-a -
v Sumter 10 32 p m 8 40 am
av Harvins 10 55 p m 9 01 a
.vMnning 1104pm 910.mn
av Wilsons 1110 p m 9 20 m
sv Foreston 1116pm 9 27'a w
ay Lanes 1142 p m 9 55 am
Lr Charleston 115 a m 1110am
*Daily. tDaily except Sunday.
J. R. KENLY, J. F. DivDi,
Asst. Gen'1 Mangr Genl Sap
T. M. Exanso Gen'lPassengerAgent
hadeston, Souter, & Nrthr Rairuit
Lq ErraCT Nov. 2, 1891.
oomno NORT tNol tNo
v Charleston 650am 50S-pm
V FEregnals 815am 645pm
av Holly Hill 8 41 a m 711p -
v Eutawville 855am 725p 5
a Vances 908am 737pm
.v St Paul 934am 8 Otpin
v Summerton 939am 809 p a
v Silver 9 50 a m 8 20 P.
Cv Packsville 959am 8 29 pm
[v Sumter 10 30 a m 900pm
Ev Darlington 1146 a m 10 16pm
Lr Bennettsville 12 50 p m 1120 p
GOING soUTH tNo 4 Io I
Lv Bennettsville 5 25 a m 423p m
Lv Darlington 6 30 a m 529 pm
EvSumter 750am 650pm
Lv Packsville 8 17 am 717 p m~.a
Lv Silver 8 26 am 726 pma
E~vSummerton 8 37 am 737 pma
,v St Paul 8 42 am 7 42p -2
Lv Vances 9(08 am 8O08p
Lv Eutawville 9 20 am 8 20 pm
[avHolly Hill :--9 34 am - 8.34 p m
EvPregnals 10 00 am 9 00 pm
&irCharlsitn 1 i30 am 10*40a
HARLIN CITY AND POND BL.UFF BEaNCHEs,
Lv Harlin City 715 am 505p-m
ArVances 810am 600pm
Ar Eutawville 8 55 a m
Ar Ferguson 9 20 a m
Lv Ferguson 9 35a m
Lv Entawville 10 05 a m
Lv Vances 11 00 am 8 08 p m
Ar Harlin City 11 55 am 9 00pm a
Trains 1 and 2 have through cars be ,
tween Charleston and Fayetteville. AD'
rains run daily except-Sunday.
J. H. AVERTT,
Mc6AHAN, DROWN & EVANS,
Dry Goods, Notions,
Boots, Shses and Clothing,
Nos. 226, 228 & 230 Meeting Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Isaac K. Loryea,
Louis Cohen & Ce1
232 & 234 King Street, .
C H A RLE STON, S. 0.
Day AND FAscY Goons, CABPETS,
MATTING, OIL CLOTH, SHaDS
UPHoLSTERY GoC DS.
Applications for Prices and Samples will
receive my prompt attention.
ISAAC M. LORYEA.
A. 8.3J. PERBY. E. B.SIXONs. n.A. PBINGLI.
Johnston, Crews & Co.,
JOBBERS OF DRY GOODS,
Notions8 and Small Wares,
Nos. 49 Hayne & 112 Market Streets,.
CHARLETON, S. C.
M. Drake & Son,
BOOTS, SHOES, & TRUNKS.
235 Meeting St., CHARLESTON, S. C.
Largest stock, best assortment, lowest pdoies.
THE C.A. WBB CB-. gre v