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Manning, S. C.
Publishes alt County and Town
Wednesday, May 9, 1894.
. Yn' Nane in Prnt.
-Mrs. Jane E. Hall, of Florence, is on a
visit her son, Mr. N. A. Hall.
-Captain W. C. Davis returned home
from Alabama last Saturday.
-Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Behal returned to
their home in Philadelphia last Friday. -
-Solicitor Wilson's friends will be ghkd
to learn tbat Lie has sufficiently recovered
from his illness to be able to walk dovn to
-Capt. L I. 3agnal went to Charleston,
Sunday night to attend as juror upon the
United States ccuit. Ha returned home
yesterday, having been excused.
Mr. J. N. Riggs had the misfortune to
l's; a horse last Sunday night.
Base ball goods at Dinkins & Co.'s.
Died, last Saturday. near Shiloh, Mrs.
Janie Boykin, wif% of Mr. James Boykin,
aged about 30 years.
Babies' fine caps at Louis Loyns's.
Captain Davis' official report was sent ns
last week, but before it arrived other mat
ter had taken precedence.
Fresh garden seed and onion setts at
Henry C. Tindal, ex-postmaster of Packs
ville, has been taken to Charleston to be
tried in the United States court.
J. W. McLeod has in stock Stollwerck's
celebrated bands of of chocolate and cocoas.
Bishop, the 5-year-old son of J. D. Als
brook, Esq., fell from a donkey last Thurs
day and broke his left arm just above the
Base balls and bats at Dinkins & Co.'s.
Married, last Sunday, by Trial Justice i
Timmons, at the residence of the bride's I
mother, Mr. James Jones and Miss Hattie
Ladies' artificial flowers, ribbons and
velvets, at Louis Loyns's.
There is talk of getting up a big picnic
in the Summerton section soon, and have.
prominent men from different parts of the
btate-to make speeches.
-"Pick Leaf" smoking tobacco, 10 cents a
package, at W. L Brockinton's.
The county commissioners will meet
again on Friday, June 1st, and on that day
- they will sell the court house fence at auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash.
from Avant, an experienced dress maker
frmsumter, will assist Mrs. E. 0. Webberi
this seasoD. Perfect fits guarateed. Pat
* ron~ge solicited.
The county treasurer's report will appear
next week. Old Bock always has things in
apple pie order, and never fails to be on
-time, except with his with watch.
Attention, base ball clubs ! Base balls2
and bats for sale atDikis & Co.'s.
-Our valuable correspondent from Packs
ville has been called to Charleston to attend
the U.S. court, as awitnless. When he re
turns our readers will again hear from
'Choice plug tobacco 50c. and 7.5c. per
pound attBrockingtoni's drug store. 1
Married, last Sunday afternoon, by Rev.,
E. D. Wells, at the residence of the bride's
parents, near Packville, Mr. Jacob Hodge
and Miss Samle Hodge, daughter of Mr.
Irby W. Hedge.
5, Once you 07 S'tollwerek's chocolates and
cocoas you will always want them. Mc
Leod keeps them.
Chalk down one drunk, disorderly and lock
up in the guard house, for Manning last
sunday zorning. Of course it was a
countryman jugged, town people are al
lowed to be taken home.
A good sewing machine on easy terms
better for cash-at Brockinton's drug store.
The editor of the Times returns thank-s
to the trustees of the Winthrop Normal
and Industrial college for an inyitation to
attend the laying of the corner stone of
that institution next Saturday.
Just received a fashionable and stylish
assortment of ladies's misses' and childrens'
summer hats, also pattern hats, at Louis
Married, at Andrew's chapel, Wednesday
evening of last week, by Rev. - C. W.
*Creighton, Bruce WV. DesChamps, son of
the late Senator L. H. DenChamps, and
Miss Lizzie Fairey, daughter of Mr. S. P.
- A full line of delicious candies at Din
kins & Co.'s.
One of the most wide-awake merchants
in the city of Sumter is Hammond, the
dry goods merchant on Liberty street. He
keeps an elegant stock and his prices draw
a big trade. When you go to Sumter call
o n him.
Any party having a copy of the Times of
,Tanuary 31st will do us a tavor by sending
it to us.
The iarriage of iCaptain W. C. Davis
and Miss Clara J. Huggins will take place
in the Methodist church on Thursday
evening, 17th last. After the marriage
service a reception will be held at the
residence of Mrs. Louisa E. Huggins, the
If you want something delicious and
healthy to drink go to McLjeod's and buy
Stolliverek's chocolate and cocoas.
The closing exercises of the Manning
academy will take pface on Thursday, the
14th of June.' Rev. W. S. Richardson, of
Charleston, will deliver the gold medal for
scholarship together with'an address. Mr.
Richardson is a scholarly gentleman, and
one of the finest orators in the State.
Died, at Escanaba, Mlich., last Saturday,
Niles G. Parker, State treasurer of South
Carolina during the 'Scott regime. Parker
was one of the most notorious of the gang
that had possession of the government.
The building now used as the State dispen
sary was owned .by him, and called
Last Monday Supervisor of Registration
Holladay was at the court house to register
voters, and from the large number of col
ored citizens that presented themselves, it
loooks as if there is an unusual interest
*being manifested by them. For the past
feV years these people have displayed an
indifference about wanting to vote, but
since there is so much agitation among
the white -oters the colored men are comn
ing forward, and if we do not look care
fully to our laurels we may again see a
repetition of years gone by. WVe sound
the warning now, and if there are any
white men in the county ~without certifi
cates they must look after them. There is
no telling what the next election may
bring forth. Remember in 1890 there was
two tickets in the field and those without
certificales felt the need of them. Get
your certificates and be ready for any
Itch on human, mange on horses, dogs
- and all stock, cured in 30 minutes by
Woolford's Sanitary lotion, This never
fails. Sold by J. G. Dinkins & Co., drug
gists. Manning, S. C.
The Pension Money Has Arrived.
The clerk of court has received the pen
sion money for those entitled to it in this
county. Each pensioner gets $22.00, and
the following is the list:
Warren D. Watts, M. A. Ridgeway, C. L.
Barrow, Susan Johnson, W. A. Brewer, H1.
R. Frierson, T. H. Garrett, R. C. Timinons,
S. 31. Smith, Dolly Stone, Friendly Kolb,
L. E. Johnson, Jas. C. Hodge, M. E. Bur
gess, Jno. Jeffreys, F. N. Lavender, Shade
H. Driggers, E. J. Watts, Danil. Jeffers, P.
M. Coker, H. J. Holliday, Leonora Ard. J.
P. Strange, S. R. Gibbons, T. K. Hilton,
M. E. Wheeler, W. H. Young, M. E. Wise,
P. T. Carrawav, Mary A. Dennis, M. A.
Bell, Alma C. Cantey, J. It. Pouncy, Annie
Richbonrg, Eunice Richbourg, Angaly
Richbourg, E. H. Graham, Isabella Welch,
J. W. Bartlett, Reuben F. Itidgeway, F. N.
JohnsOn, J ts. W. Thames, 1. E. 13. Baker,
Mary Welch, M. E. Knowlton, N. A. El
BUCKLEN'S ARMCA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, nicers, salt rheniu, Aever
sores, tetter, chapipel hands, chilblaine,
corns and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures piles or no pay required. It is gnatr
atteed to give perfect satisfaction. or money
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
J. G. Dinkins & Co., <lrgists.
The Guards Reorganized.
Pursuant to order previonsly issut d, the
Guards held a nieetitig last Ukonday nligtit,
md after considering and acting u::ou
ome 19 or 20 applications for --buisAsion
itito the rank-x, they immediatly weirtt ilto
:n election of officers to i12 tfi vacm.t-nei
:ade under sail order. TLe folinw:g art:
li officers electe.I:
1st Lient., W. E. Jenkinson.
2.1 Lient., A. C. DaVi.
3d Lieut., C. A. Ridgill.
1-t Serg't., W. M. Lewi
2d.Serg't., J. E. Kelly.
3d Serg't., W. W. Johnson.
4th Serg't., J. P. Creecy.
Ist Corp'l., J. H. Jnne.
2d Corp'l., Willie Young.
3d Corp'l., J. N. McLeod.
4th Corp'l., W. R. Davis.
Color Bearer, J. F. Bradham.
Surgeon. Dr. G. L. Dickson.
Quarter Master, E. S. Ervin.
Secretary and Treasurer, Daniel J. Brad
The company then adjourned to meet on
Saturday, the 19th, when a series of drills
Vill be commuenced.
English -pavin Liniuent removes all
ird, soft or callonsel ninips and blemishes
rom horses, blood spavins, enrbs, splints,
weenv, ring-bone, stitles, sprains, all
wollen throat.<, conghs, etc. Save $50 by
ise of one bottle. Warranted the most
vonderful blemish cure ever known. Sold
>y J. G. Dinkins & Co., druggists, Man
iing S. C.
Mrs. Se A. Nettles.
Mrs. Sue Nettles, the beloved wife of Mr.
5. A. Nettles, was born in Manning, S. C..
)ecember 25, 18tl, and died Decemuber 14,
893. Attractive in person, social anal en
ertaiing in her intercourse with others,
imiable in disposition, devoted to her
iusbanil and children, with a bright and
:heerful turn of mind, she gained many
'riends, and spread sunshine in the circle
n which she moved. Of a literary turn of
nind, she contributed many articles on
lomestic economy in the Manning Times,
)f which her husband was editor, which
vere read with great interest by the patrons
>f the paper, and called forth many com
nendations. Hers was a life of piety.
Embracing religion and uniting with the
fethodist Episcopal Church, South, when
mly a child, she lived an ornament to her
>rofession. Death found her prepared,
md only her devotion to her husband and
bree little boys caused any solicitude in
relation to her departure. Her record is
me of intelligence, purity and love, and.
>ecomes a beautiful illustration of a private
hristian life. -Rev.- Henry M1. Mood in
southern Qbristian Advocate.
Death or Mrs. Lizzie T. Harrin.
Died, last Saturday afternoon. M1rs. Liz
:ii T. Harvin, wife of Mr. Edward D.
arvin, aged 29 years and 5 months. The
eceased left a devoted husband, four
;mall children, the youngest about two
nonths old, an aged father, and a host of
'iends to mourn her loss.
The funeral took place Sunday afternoon
a the Methodist church, where a large
:ongregation attended, and followed the
ody to the cemetery to pay the last sad
ites. Rev. H. M1. Mood officiated.
It is not our custom to make remarlis
pon the announcement of a bereavement,
ut our high regard for the one who is now
esting in peace in the bosom of Jehovah,
md the heart-crushed husband, the friend
f our youth, will pardon us for entering
he sacred portal to lay our feeble tribute.
We knew the departed one from her
prhood, and if ever purity and lovliness
was combined in earthly beings it was in
izzie Flowers, who became the loving
wie or Ed. Harvin, and the patient and
sacrificing mother of his dear, bright and
interesting children- Her daily wvalk in
this life was a shining example worthy of
imitation, and whoever had the fortune to
:ome within her circle of acquaintance,
clnd but feel her kind and loving influ
nce. We know the parting from one so
pure and noble is a crushing blow, a tear
ing asunder of an earthly bliss that was
next to heaveni3; but the consolation of
rered, that the parting is temporary, ought
to make our friend strive to reach the goal
where there will be a reunion, and the hearts
that are now bowed down with anguish
td sorrow will again shout with joy and
heavenly laughter. Bereaved friend ! your
burden is hard to bgar, but gird on the
rmor ofopandfai th and the burden so
heavily laid upon you will be lightened,
nd you will feel, the will of God has been
Better than Wealth.
Preserve your health by using
Pure Drugs and Medicines
from the old established and
always reliable drug house of
J. G. Dinkins & Co.,
In addition to a full and complete stock
of Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals, we keep
all the popular Patent Medicines, Paints,
:ls, and Window Glass, Cigars and To
bacco, Garden Seed, Lamp Goods, Sew
ing Machine Needles and 0i!, and the
thousands of other articles usually kept in
a firs-class drug store.
J. G. Dinkins & Co.,
Sign of Golden Mortar.
MANNING, - - S. C.
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION.
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF CLARENDON..
IN XACCORDANCE WITH THF, PROVIS
ions of an act of the General Assembly,
ratified on the 9th day of February, 1882, I
will be in the court Lorse in Manning, in
the office of the clerk of the court, the first
Monday of each month, for the purpose of
allowing persons coming of age since tbe
last general election to register, and to at
tend to any other business pertaining to my
official duties. .5. P. HOLLADAY,
Supervisor Registration Clarendon Co.
P. 0. Address: Panola. S. C.
W EDDLNG INVITATfIONS AND
cards, and all kinds of fine, fancy
and commercial printing done promptly a
the Mnning Times job office. Lowest prices
April 26, 1804. )
Under and by virtue of the follow
ing order, I hereby publish the re
port therein refered to, the order
looking to the re-organization of the
Manning Guards having been pub
lished in this paper:
COLUMBn., S. C., April 12th, 1804.
Capt. W. . Davis, Manning Guards,
I return herewith your report,
made in accordance with my order,
explaining the failure of your com
pany, or the most of it, to obey my
orders to go to Darlington on Friday
night, the 30th of March. I deem it
unnecessary to go through the forms
of a court martial in this case, but
will dismiss from the service the offi
cers and men who so signally dis
graced themselves. You will publish
your report in [the Manning Times,
giving the names of all those who hav
ing responded to the call and donned
their uniforms deserted you when
marching order came. I wish the
people of Clarendon to know and re
member such recreant sons. You
will immediately, take steps to re-or
ganize your company. and fill the
places thus made vacant witl other
men who will know their duty and
discharge it. I know Clarendon
county has plenty such.
II. Rt. TILLMAN,
Gov. and Coiinander-in-Chief.
Ilelort In Re lirliigton Affair.
To His Excellenay, B. R. Tillman,
Governor and Commauder-in-Chief
of State militia:-.
In obedience to your verbal in
structions of the 3d instant, I have
the honor to submit the following
1. On March 30th the following
telegraphic correspondence was ex
changed between Your Excellency
Received at 8.07 1) m.
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 30th, 1894.
To W. C. Davis, Capt. Manning
Order your company to be in read
iness, I may need you to go to Dar
B. R. TILLMAN, Governor.
MANNIxS, S. C., March 30, 1890.
To B. R. Tillman, Governor, Colum
bia, S. C.
Telegram received, and I shall pro
ceed at once to obey your instruc
tions. * W. C. DAVIS,
Capt. Manning Guards.
Coming to the telegraph office, and
after sending the above telegram, I
learned that you had been tele
graphed "my men were scattered and
could not be relied upon." I imme
diately wired you as follows: "I un
derstand you have been telegraphed
my men are badly scattered, and will
not be easily gotten together. I want
to say, sir, in four hours I can have
thirty men here."
Received at 10.17 p. m.
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 30, 1894.
To Capt. W. C. Davis.
Special train will leave here for
Manning to carry you to Darlington;
have your men ready, I depend on
you to do your duty.
B. R. TILLMAN, Governor.
As I telegraphed you abofe in four
hours I had 30 men at or near the
armory, all anxious to obey orders.
In the meantime it was learned that
the Columbia companies and Sumter
company had declined obeying your
orders, the citizens and older men of
the town had convinced most of the
men their duty lay in another direc
tion, and going to the telegraph of
fice I wired you thus:
"Upon learning that the other com
panies had declined going all of the
officers and most of the privates re
Ense to obey your order. I have now
in ranks five men. I await your
frther orders." (This is the tele
ram in substance if not in exact
About this time I was told the
special train was at the depot (the
armory being i mile or, more away)
nd that Gen'la Farley ordered me
to report there. I did so, my squad of
S men being reinforced, arriving at
epot with some 12 or 15 men.- After
going into the depot to report to
:enl. Farley and upori my return
I discovered that 3 or 4 more men
ad yielded to the pressure brought
to bear upon them and who conse
uently dropped from the ranks.
And even after those remaihing
steady had obeyed my order to board
the train, some were taken almost
bodily from the coaeh.
The car went through to Charles
ton, as I afterwards learned to get
the 6 companies ordered'from there.
None being obtained, in the after
noon of Saturday we were ordered
back to Manning by Genl. Farley.
The following imen accompanied
me and obeyed every order:
3rd Serg't W. M. Lewis, 1st Corp'l
J. E. Kelly, 2d Corp'l W. 'W. John
son, Privates W. E. Jenkinson, J. H.
June, -Noi-ris McLeod, Willie Young,
Volunteer - Gibbs, Drummer Jake
II. On Sunday afternoon about 2.30
o'clock I saw a crowd of some twenty
or twenty-five mnen and boys march
ing along the street with the guns
and accoutrements belonging to my
command. I hastened to them and
upon remonstrating with them and
demanding that my guns, &ce, be re
stored, they consented to return
them "If I would pledge them my
word of honor not to go to Darling
ton to aid and assist the constables
in raiding private houses." I readily
made the pledge telling them the
Governor had never yet ordered me
to do that, but to go there to pre
serve the peace, prevent bloodshed
and restore the civil authority, and
this I would do again, and at any
time I was ordered. The guns were
ten replaced, and I locked the
armory, placing a guard over it Sun
day night. All of this time the key
was in my pocket, the door being
opened by some other key. Since
then I have changed the lock.
III. Upon my return home the
resignations of 1st Lieut. Wilder, 2d
Lieut. Epps, and 3d Lieut. Rigby
were handed me. Monday, the 2d
instant, being the day fixed for the
annual inspection (under orders of
GenI. Parley on leaving him Satur
day) I ordered the men lout. There
were 31 men present, including those
who disobeyed orders as well as
those who obeyed them. There was
no inspecting officer present.
A t a called meeting to consider the
situation Lieuts. Epps and Rigby,
upon being requested by a majority
of the company, withdrew their resig
nations. Lieuit. Wilder pressed his
resignation upon being told by sev
eral of the men who obeyed orders
that they would not serve under, nor
obey any commands of, any of the
Lieutenants who disobeyed orders.
The majority of the company then
declined to accept Lieut. Wilder's
reignation. These officers stated,
"had they understood the ord'ers
they would have obeyed." -'.
Serg-t. W. M. Lewis and Corp'l. J.
E. Kelly then tendered their resigna
tions, declining as above stated to
serve under the Lieutenants.. These
resignations are now pending. I
have made this report at some
length, endeavoring to do no one an
injustice, and can assure Your Excel
lency your comunands shall be obeyed
by me as long as I am Captain of the
Manning Guards. All of which is re
Your obedient servant,
WV. C. DAVIS,
Capt. Manning Guards.
Tn additin to publishing this, my
report, to the Governor, the orde
hereinbefore given requires me to g
further, "giving the names of al
those who having responded to th
call and donned their uniforms d(
serted you when marching order
came." Did I comply literally wit]
this clause of the order (even if i
was possible under the circumstance
my attention being continuously er
gaged that I did not take a- list (
those presenting themselves in uni
forms) its true intent and purpose
as I understand it, would be defeated
I shall, therefore, state the facts, fo
these show that the real trouble wa
to get the men to don their uniforius
The following men, however, wer,
ordered to report at the armory b:
myself personally, or by those actjn;
acting under my instructions, soin
obeying the order in their uniform.
some appearing in citizen dress, an<
others not appearing at all, and al
with the exception of those whom
shall mention, afterwards declinin.
to obey my orders to move:
1st Lieut. W. T. Wilder, 2d Lient
C. J. Epps, Od Lieut. J. H. Rigby
1st Serg't. John P. Thames, 2d Serg't
C. A. Ridgill. 4th Serg't. 0. E. Web
ber, 3d Corpy-. Edward Thames. 4tl
Corp'l. W. ;. Wells, -Quarter Maste
B. A. Johnson, Color Bearer P. 'i
Hodge, Surgeon Dr. W. E. Brown
Privates: Allen Bradham, J.P.Creecy
W. C. Chandler, G. H. Huggins, Johi
F.Jenkins. E.P. McLeod, J.W. Rigby
Oddie Stukes, Thos. Timmons, Ja.
Thames, S. T. Tobias, John Walker
and Private and Secretary C. J
Owing to a variation of til
hour of muV first order ne
cessitated by subsequent 0
ders from the Comuniander-in-Chief
Sergeant C. A. lRidgill and Private:
J.P. Creeev and Thormas 'immons di<
not reach me inu time to join the con
pany, but I am informed were or
hand at the hour first directed. It i
but right that I should state, Privat
W. C.-Chandler sent me this message
"I am not an active member of th
Guards, and if I were I should no
It is needless for me to add tha
this is a duty I deeply regret, and
may have. unintentionally done som
member an injustice, a correction 0
which, upon the proper showing
shall be given the same publicity a
I have endeavored to honestly exe
cute the order of the Commander-ij
Ohief. W. C. DAVIS,
Capt. Manning G aards.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate fo
Clrendon county on the 20 day of May, 194
for a final discharge -as administrator of th
estate of Mrs. R. M. Kelly.
W. .Y. KELLY.
Packsville, S. C., April 25, 184.
WM. N. BAHf & BRO.
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Cakes, Biscuits and Plah
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Penny Candies and Chewing Gums.
French Mixtures and
319 King Street, CHARLESTON, S. C
ATANTIC COAST LINE.
CHaRnzsToN. S. C., April 23. 1804.
On and after this date the following pas
senger schedule will be in effect:
.No 78 No 14 NoG60
LT Charleston 3 35 am 3 30 pm 5 00 pi
Ar Lanes 5 30 am 5 29 pm 7 00 px
r Florence 7 10 am 0 45 pm 8 50 pi
No23 No61 No35
v Florence 7 25 pmt 7 45 am 3 37 ax
r Lanes 9 00 am 9 20 am 9 20 am
r Charleston 11 00 pin 11 21 am 6 50 ai
WILMI.NGTON, COLUMBIA, & AUGUS
WInXINGTON, N. C., April 23, 18/.
v Wilmington 6 40 pm -
v Marion d 9 56 pm
r Florence 10 40 pm .
v Floren'se 5 10 am
v Marion -5 54 am
r Wiflmington 9 10 am
TRAlNs GOING NORTH.
No 58 No 52 N'o50
v Florence 7 4.5 am 7 10 pi
v Mayesville 9 00 am 8 70 px
r Sumter 9 20 ami 8 28 pi
r Wedgefield - 10 08 am 8 50 pi
Ar Columbia 11 05 am 10 00 pi
TRAINS GOING soUTH.
No 59 No 53 No 51
v Columbia . 4 20pm 4 30 ax
Lv Wedgefield 5 18 pm 5 35 at
Lv Sumter 5 45 pm 5 35 pm 5 57 az
Lv Mayesville 6 0~2 pm 6 14 pI
Ar Florence 6 55 pm 7 15 pi
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF S. C.
Dated April 23, 1894.
No 52 No 82
Lv Charleston 7 00 anm 4 40 a:
Lv Lanes 8 40 am 8 15 a:
Lv Foreston 9 02 am 9 83 a:
Lv Wilsons 9 09 am 10 10 a:
Lv Manning 9 18 am 11 00 a:
Lv Harvins 9 28 am 11 40 a:
Ar Sumter 9 48 ant 12 35 p:
Ar Columbia 11 05 am 4 00 pr
No 53 NoS83
Lv Columbia 4 20 pm 4 40 a:
Lv Sumter 5 40 pnm S 40 a:
Lv Harvins 6 04 pm 9 50 a.r
Lv Manning 6 15 pm 10 40 a:
Lv Wilsons (;27 pm 11 10 a:
Lv Foreston G 35 Pm 11 35 pr
Ar Lanes 7 0)0 pm 12 30 p:
Ar Charleston 8 .10 pm . 4 14 pr
MANCHF.STER AND AUGUSTA R. Ri.
Leave Sumter................10 50 a:i
Leave Privateer......... ......11 10 a:i
Leave Pinewood .............1 40 a i
Arrive Remini...............11 59 a:1
. No 9
Leave Remxini......... ....... 1 00 P 1
Leave Pinewood.......... .... 1 20 p
Leave Privateer .............1 150 p
Arrive Sumter...............2 210 p i
Charleston, Sumiter, & Nothern R. F
CHAS. E. KIBALL, RlECErvER.
NORTH BOU:ND TRAIN.
Lv Charleston..............6 650 a r
LvPregnalls................ 810 a:i
Lv Sumter..................10 25 a:r
Lv Darlington...............11 45 a r
Lv Bennettsville.............12 45 p:
Ar Gibson............ .-.105p:
No. 1 connects with C. F. & Y. V..
Bennettsville for Fayetteville, connects wit
Seaboard Air Line at Hamlet for Wilmingi
ton, Charlotte, Shelby, Rutherfordton; an
at Charlotte with R. & D. Vestibule limite
for Washington and New York. Passer
gers can take sleepers at Charlotte at 8:1
soUTH BOUND TRAIN.
Lv Gison.............---...3 25 p:
Lv Bennettsville............. 3 50 p
Lv Darlington.............4 450 p:
Lv Sumter............. ...- 630 p
Lv Pregnalls............ ....8 50 p
Ar Charleston...............10 30 p
All trains daily except Sumday. Passe:
gers by No. 2 train have through sleeper
New York to Charlotte, connect with S. A. I
at Hamlet from Charlotte and North, an
fro Wilmngon Dnne- at Hamlet.
CLOT H IN GSTRAW HATS,
In all the different
atffr aziad S3coft
to be ec
(} iV. ' .In the most popular
C1894. RensINC AND SUMMER. 1894.
fChildren's Good, Durable-Knee Pants Suits, as Low as One Dollar.
s Knee Pants from 25 cents up. Neckwear. Underwear. Negligee Shirts and a full line of Men's and BOYS' Furnishing Goods.
Suits or Pants made to Order and Fits Guaranteed.
D. J. CHANDLER, The Clothier.
Buy the Best Material to Your Advantage. FORESTON 0RUG STORE,
I keep alwayson hand a full line of
.. Pure Drugs and Medicines,
FLEMING CEMENT AND BRICK COMPANY, FANCYADTOILETATICLESTOWM
-EIeaccrju.arteir for all Masoia' S-u.ppplies, SOAPS, PERFUMERY, STATION
., ST. CAST B A YERY, CIGARSCA L S .N, I. SE ,
.3- B Y CL'RLE'TiV S and such articles GRDE suleptin
276 EA.0 ftrstclss drug sto'are .sal et
Lime, P')aster, Ioseadale 0 1have jrst added to my stock a line of
. English Portland Cement, All Sizes Terra Cotta Pipe, PAINTS AND OILS,
Fire Brick and Clay, Hair, Brick, Tiles, Etc. and am prepared- to sell PAINTS, OILS
MIXED LOTS. CAR LOAD LOTS. 2 LAamSHES, UrSES
Agent for the Celebrated Rock Wall Plaster. L.W. NETTLES, M.D.,
Telephone 291. Write for Prices. Foreston. S. C.
E. A. T I-NDAL,
(SUCCESSOR TO RUTLEOCE & TINDAL)
-:- DEALER -:- rN -:- AN : NU- ACTUER -- O -
FU RNITU RE;
SUMMERTON, S. C.
Keeps in stock a full line of bedsteads, chairs, tables, sofas, wardrobes, bureaus, bed
Iroom sets, radles, cribs, matresses, bed springs, coffins, caskets, etc., etc. Our stock of
OFFINS AND CASEETS
is equal to any kept in this or Sumter counties, and we will fill orders at any hour day
or night. Mr. H. H. Windham, a skillful and experienced mechanic, will give personal
attention to repairing of any and all kinds of furniture at shortest notice. Our prices
ire as low as the lowe-t, and all we ask to effect a sale is an inspection of ourgod& We
are also agents for wagons and buggies which we will sell at lowest possible priees
THE PROGRESSIVE STORE OILS, PAINTS,
TH STOR Of NEW IDEAS! Painters Material of Every Description,
Window Glass, Grocers' Fixtures, Naval
Store -Supplies, Etc.
STATE AGENTS FOR
ETowe Scales, Diebolc.Safes.
THE STORE THAT WILL ALWAYSI DIRECT IMPORTERS OF
TED IN 'LOW PRICES William M. Bird & Co.,
n UNESOD Chlarleston, S.O
ajf NE'VE.R BEUNESL
PERCIVAL M'FG, 0
Ware openling with one of the best assorted stocks .
newest stvles, with lowest prices for the same values ever in
" Sumter. Our stock embraces a boauritul assortment of
Da* 4,8 to 486 Meeting Street, CHARLESTON, S.C
WETHER HORN & FISCHER,
SASH DOORS, BLINDS.
7, 9, 11, 13 Smith Street, CHARLESTON, S. C.
~V.W1\?, SHEPPERD & CO
LA RGE d i IU UJIj
SRemember, we are to be found next to Brown -SoF- E T~-T
&Chandler's, on Liberty Street, Sumter, S. C. iiglcx
Send for circular
a'Job~r i~1fl&TiN.'2 e etn t and price lists.
MPinting of all insquic1kly done at this offce. Io 'Cmetngs.,fARLESION, S. C.