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TE MANNING TIMS.
Pubished Everey WedneqI sday.
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
SunscuoIOs Uaras.-One copy, one year
$1.50;one copy, six months, 75 cents.
one copy, three months, 50 cents. All
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ment. Lieralcont-ts ade far thrsee.
srx, and twelve uonth.
CoMUNTIcoxS must 1 be accompanied Ly
the real na-ne and addIrss of the writer in
order to receive attention. No communi
cation of a personal character will be pub
lished except as an advertisement.
For further informir--ion address
Manning, S. C.
2ublishes all County and Town
Wednesday, September 12, 1S94.
Your' hame in Prin.
-Mr. Luther Thompson left ye'sterday
for Clemson College.
-Deputy Collector T. B. Stackhouse was
in town last Saturday.
-Miss Hattie Hazard, of Georgetown, is
visiting Miss Sallie Stukes.
-Major and Mrs. Abe Levi returned
home from their Northern trip last Monday
-Mrs. C. E. Workman and children left
last night for Charleston, where they will
make their future home.
-The many friends of Solicitor John S.
Wilson will be rejoiced to hear that he is
home again, and while still weak, he
is looking well and is fast regaining his
-Hon. B. DuPre Hodge, of Oc:al, Fla.,
is visiting his relatives in ihe Fork. Mr.
Hodge is the sheriff of his connt.y, and his
good natured greetings on onr streets last
Saturday reninded us o1 the b:ppy days
Mr.-B. F. Ridgill and famiily b..ve moved
into the Connor house.
So to the racket store for a vcon ;iete line
of fancy and millinery goods.
Mr. B. A. Johnson moved into his new
and handsome store yesterday.
A fine lot of millin-rv and o Der new
goods just arrived at the racket store.
-Died last Sunday in the Fork, .I r. J. W.
Rodgers, aged about twenty-6 ve . ears.
Prof. E. J. Browne and family is now oc
cupying the Bradham house on church
Another new merchant has come t3 .wn.
He will occupy the store vacated by B. A.
Cotton is coming in iiskly, and our
merchants are paying the highest market
price for it.
Yesterday was a great day for the hotels
in Manning. Tne town was full of travel
Died last Thursday' at his home on San
tee, Captain James H. McKnight, aged
pcesto dem::nd riftv cents a hundtred
Mr.E..R. lowon Jr. klle abuck
at Tiday in Black river swamp that
weighed 128 pounds.
Last. Saturday night onr streets werei
filled with people going ab.out from store to
store spendinig their cash.
For Sale.-Two pianos, almost new, at a
bargain; also, a good top bugey and har
ness. Apply at this office.
Mr. S. E. Ingram and famixly haive moved
into the two-story building on church street
known as the Purdy house.
Married last Snndaty evenin:: at Alcola,
by Rev. S. A. Nettles, Mr. Andrew .1. Cole-3
man and Miss E1ggie Pack.
Julius J. Brunson, aiccoimpaied by two
Unit'd States marshals, was broughlt to
Manning yesterday morring anid laodyd in
*the Clarendon jail.
The weather for the past few clays han"s
been so excessively hot that it is difficult to
get a thought upon peper --it melt" b.-fore
the pencil can- write it downi.
Cing athie necessi?.y of plepin-iug our
foms for the fall adveniseateflts we are un
able to give our readers i's me rei~ngI
matter this week as we wvould ~k'e.
Mr. W. 0. McElveen was examined last
Monday by Drs. lUrockinton' anxd D)inkins
amn pronounced insane. Hc w11 probab~y
be taken to the asylum to-muorrowV by Sher
Base balls and bats at Dinkins &c Co.'s
Rev. JIames McDowell will o::.cupy his
pulpit, in the Presby.iian church next
Sunday miorning at eleven o'-Iock, and1 in
the afternoon at a quarter past Lhree o'clock
he will preach at New Ha~rmony charch.
Ice for sale at Stewart's pavilion.
TJf an independent ticket is put in' the
field let every voter go to the polis and ex
press by his vote whether he approves of it
or not without geting excited. The only
way to get the people, united is to pet a
-stop to strife and turmoil.
Go t6 the Manning Times office for
Te preliminay heanring of.1J. Ii. L-o'd
aid C. L. Wilson, charged with m.anufac
turing and passing conidrfeit ;io!"'y in'
violation of the Unitedl Stattes i'x, ii
probably be heard by U. S. Com~missioneri
S. .Norris in the con:t honste to-morrow.
A full line of delicious candies at Din
kins & Co.'s.
Constable Steven-, af Edgeield, arrived
in Mantinig this morning. arnd his appe'ar
ane upon our streets created somewhat ot
a senation. Wherever the officer went
people would su~re at him. but he went
abot his buasin~ess wearing his badge upon
his breast where everyod~y could - ei t.
Fresh and genuine tuip seed at .J. G.
Dinkins & Co's.
We ask onr frinis throunghout the coun
ty to read the pages of thme Times closely,
and in looking ever the advertisemn-rts to
make memorandums from them so that
when they go to make thcir fall purchases
they will know exactly where to go. .those
thatadvertise in the Times wvant the peo
plo to know they have goods for sade, and
will sell thenm in competition with all other
Turnip seed at Dinkins & Co's.
Last week we mentioned that Caplain
Bradham fond a receipt where Mr. ii. G.
Dennis had been paid for his services as
manager of the Sandy Grove box in the
primary of 1892, and in making a farther
examinaton he found whaere' ir. Henry
Wheeler had also bee.n paid for :erviees
rendered at thec same box in the samew e'lc
-ion. The receipts are on tie in his offhee,
nd will be exhibited to the .exentive com
Last Wednzesday Duputy U. S. Marm al
C . L. Emantuel, together with s.ome ass:st
nce went to the Mrs. Calie i':,owden plan
atiio. in the- Fork and arrested C. L. Wil
on and J1. H. L'oyd,. charged with comi
erfeiting. Tue parties weae c-aptured' with
the molds and nmateaial for making the
spurions coin in their poisessionl. M~r.
Emanuel brought thmem to the conty jail
and notnecd thme cozmmirssion~er. For some
time spurious coiu has bee-n circalating
around the town, and when it was ascer
tine.l that the stuff was made at home, it
was quite a surprise to the nativ'es. .The
mold, and a cos..b-r.! -:
Died last Thurstay at her home otn 8ni
ny Swam. M rs. lIenrietta DuBns-a, wife of
Mr. E. G. DnBose. She was in her sixt
sixth var of iag. Mrs. Daniose waS. an ex
cellent laLd,. was beloved by all of hir
acquaintance SheC was a conisistent mom'ti
ber of th~e Ba ptit chrch, and the mother
of nine children. . lar.g congregation at
tended the fineral. which took uiace at
jone Ihtranch e'iurgli. Rev. E. D. Wells
otticiated, at the service.
When you hea'r a mrn-il constantly harping
on the "ltiig" controlling the politics of
the State or county, just take him aside and
ask him !'he was not defeated for some of
fie', or if he does not b(long to a political
actionn :n :-.-ord with the wishes of the
p-op'!.. e Rieformuer that ran for an of
tice and -s defeated is trnly a Reformer
from principle if he necepts his defeat with
good graeu and contents hiuiself with the
feeling tiat his opponent happened to have
the m'ost friends at the polls.
Theseond primry took place yesterday
and as be'ore the two Conservative clubs
did not open their polls to receive votes.
There b-ing only one ofice to vote for, the
people felt that either candidate would give
satinfactioa, hence there was a light vote
I polled. Only fifty-two votes were east in
the Manning Farmers' Platform Club. Mr.
C. E. Feldf r received twenty-eight and
Captain R. U. Iludgins twenty-four. We
s.W several members of the clab in town
yesterlay. and we asked them why they
did not vate, ard in each instance the re
ply was. boih were good men and it did not
matter which was elected. We hardly
think our Cozisai :ative friends will take the
light vote of yesterday as a sign of disinte
gratior in Reform ranks
CATARRH1 CANNOT BE CURED
with l.cad applications, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catatrh. is a
blood or constitutional disease, and in or
der to cure it you mtist take internal reme
dies. Hal's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
not a quack medicine. It wts prescribed
by one of the best physicians in this coun
try for years, and is a regular prescription.
It is composed of the best tonics known,
combined with the best blood puritiers,
acting directly on the mucous surfaces.
The perfect combination of the two ingre
dients is what produces such wonderful re
sults in enring Catarrh. Send for testimo
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props.. Toledo, 0.
pleSold by iruggists. price 75c.
Retaras from the primary election up to
the time of our going to press show that
C. E. Felder is 43 votes ahead of Captain
Hudgins with three clubs to hear from.
The vote is as follows:
M1nnmng 28 24
Jordan 16 2t
Dr. Swaim 20 19
Packs i~ll 34 24
Sumnierion 29 0
X Roal 16 3
New Twn 17 1
New Zion 8 G
Donglas 4 32
F..reston 7 38
Total 217 174
DUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
brtfises, sores, ulcers, salt rhenm, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
eorns and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect sat:sfaction, or money
refanded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by.
J. G. Dinkins & Co., druggists.
During the prevalence of the Giippe the
past seasons it was a noticeable fact that
tbose who depended upon Dr. King's New
Disoery, not only had a speedy recovery,
but esecapedI all of the troublesome after
ei--s of the malady. This remedy seems
o have a pceu!!.ar pow--r in effecting iapid
cwais not only in cases of La Grippe, but
n all Diseases of Thr-oat, Chest and Lungs,
mid has enred cases of Asthma and llay
beecr of long tstanding. Try it and be con
ined. It won't disappoint. Free trial
J1. G. Dinkias & Co., druggists.
STRENG tH AND HEALTH.
If vo:i are not feeling strong and he-athy,
tr- Zlectnc Bitters. If "LaGrippe" has left
von weak and wearv, use Electric Bitters.
Tis ILemedy acts directly on Liver, Stom
aci, and Kidlneys. gently aiding those or
guns to perfortn their junctions. If you are
afflicted with Sick-Headache, you will find
speedy and permanent reliet' by taking
lectriC Bitt. rs. One trial will convince
you that this is 'Mhe remedy you need. Large
bottles only 50c. For sale by
.4. G. Dxnkins & Co.. drnggists.
A Visit I romt the Postaffice spector.
Postoffice In-spetr F. D. Peer paid
Manning a visit last Friday to investigate
charges preferredi against the postmaster
at this place. He called upon the post
maste-r and sp~ent sonme time questioning
hiz in reference to the charges bnt did not
indicate what his conclnsions were.
The charges Were that the postmaster,
who is the editor of the Times. hadJ, in the
Times, vilitied 'and abused the national
admiistration. Tfo this charge the editor
reirred the inspector to the files of the
~ies. rTe second charge wvas of a more
serious nature, to wit: that the postmuaster
abstrated fromn a letter addressed to The
Claienden Enterp-rise a check from the
Winthrop Training SchooL The post
master gave the inspector a written state
ment explaining his < >xnection with the
check fronm said institution. The explana
tion was in effet that some time last June
h received a letter from Prof. D. B. John
son, president of the Winthrop Training
School. containing ant advertisement and
two checks, each for $1.25. One was pay
able to i'he Manning Times and the other
to the Enterprise. That by return mail or
sot~v after heo retarnedi both checks to
Pre~fesor Johnsoti informinag him of the
suspensioni o1 the Euterprise, and of the
lnnig T1imes being the only newspaper
published in the county. that if the Pro
fessor would] make a check for $24.50, the
amournt of both checks, payable to the
Times, them-dvi tisemnrt wonidl be inserted.
A few days later Professor Johnson did
send a cheek for $2.50 with the r'-quest that
the Tlimes insert the adv-ertiseme-nt. This
writenx stat-ieent. :'*gethzer with a'l of the
c rr~-poldence excepting one letter which
could not be fonnd at the time, was turned
over to the offieiai. The miissing letter was
fond after the oflicer left, but before it
was found a letter was written by the post.
master to Prof'-sor Johnson, and the re
ply camne Sunday night, which is sufficient
to convince the postmaster's -bitterest cne
oy that the charge of wrong-doing on the
part of the postumster v ill not stand. The
fact is that ever since the present pjot
master took charge of his office he has been
ifmed of the emontant etlorts that were
being made to hsave hinm removed from
oilec, but so tar thosa seeking his removal
have failed, and if the postal authorities
~o not allow themselves to become parties
to the present factional row now going on
in this State, we hardly think that there
wvil be a change in the Manning postoffie
Is the greatest blessing ever offered child
baigwman. I have beena mid-wife for
many years,andineach case where Mothers'
Friend has been used it has accomplished
wonders and relieved much suffering. It is
the best remedyforrising breast known and
Mas M MgBUSERMngm, Ala.
* a ell all expectant mothers-if they
wilueafwbottles of 'Mothers' Frien'd'
they will go through the ordealwithout any
pain and suffering.
Mas. MAY BRANHtA.kt, Argusille, N, D.
" Used' M~other's Friend' before bith of
my eighth child. Will never cease its praise.
Mas. J. F. MooRE, Colusa, Cal.
sent by express.dy
tone Emale rconen-gvaib ieInan~f
The Magic Touch
Of Hood's Sarsaparill. You smile at
the idea. But if you suffer from
And Indigestion, try a bottle, and be
fore you have taken half a dozen doses,
you will involuntarily think, and no
"That Just Hits It!"
"That soothing effect is a magic
touch!" Hood's Sarsaparilla gently
tones and strengthens the stomach
and digestive organs, invigorates the
liver, creates a natural, healthy desire
for food, gives refreshing sleep, and
in short, raises the health tone of the
entire system. Remember
Take Hood's Pills for sick Headache.
"Pascal, from birth till death, suf
fered from nervous troubles. At I
year of age he fell into a languor,
during which he could not see water
without manifesting great outbursts
of passion, and, still more peculiar,
he could not bear to see his father
and mother near each other. In
1627 he had paralysis from his waist
down, so that he could not walk
without crutches. This condition
continued three months. During his
last hours he was taken with terrible
convulsions, in which he died. The
autopsy showed peculiarities. His
cranium appearod to have no suture,
unless perhaps the lambdoid or sa
gittal. A large quantity of the brain
substance was very much condensed.
Opposite the ventricles there were
two impressions, as of a finger in
wax. These cavities were full of
clotted and decayed blood, and there
was, it is said, a gangrenous condi
tion of the dura mater.-New York
A Mountain of Hornstone.
Mount Kineo, which rises precip
itously 700 feet out of Moosehead
lake in Maine, is wholly composed of
hornstone and is the largest mass of
that mineral. in the known world.
There is no true flint in the United
States, but hornstone so closely re
sembles it that it takes an expert to
tell the difference. This rock sup
plied arrowheads to- Indiana hun
dreds and thousands of miles away.
The discovery of these arrowheads
in the Mississippi valley has led to
the belief that a system of commer
cial exchange must have existed
among the red men in former cen
turies. According to an Indian tra
dition, the mountain is the body of a
monster moose that was slain by a
You run no risk. All druggists guarrntee
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic to do all that
that the manufacturers claim for it.
Warranted no cure. no pay. There are
many imitations, to get the genuine ask for
Grove's. Sold by J. G. Dinkins & Co.
The exercises of the Manning Acad
emy will be resumed on Monday,
Instruction will be given in French,
latin, music, drawing, and painting;
also. any special study a pupil may
wish to pursue. Tuition in the pri
mary grade, $1; intermediate, $2;
higher, $3; collegiate, $4.
As an incentive to study a silver
medal is awarded at the end of each
week to the pupils attaining the
highest average in each grade; also.
a silver medal is voted to the best be
haved pupil in the academy.
At the close of the school year the
pupil who has received one of the sil
ver medals the greatest number of
times, is awarded the scholarship
gold medal; also, a beautiful gold
medal is awarded for deportment and
music, and a gold pen for the great
est improvement in writing.
In all wvork done, in whatever de
partment, our motto shall always be
toroughness. No improper language or
boisterous conduct is allowed among
the pupils. The bible is read and the
school opened with prayer every
-The academy is well furnished with
patent desks, a new piano, an organ,
charts, blackboards, etc. A C'ull sup
ply of art material on hand.
Pupils entitled will receive their
per rate of the public school appro
If you are not already a patroni of
sonic good school, the academy which
has never had a patron to withdraw
on account of dissatisfaction during
the past twelve years, will give indi
vidual and special attention. Send
for catalcgue. E. C. A LsBROOK,
English Spavin Linmment remov.s all
ard, soft or calloused lumps an d lamaishes
from horses, blood spavin~s, curbs, splints,
sweeny, ring-bone, stifles. sprains, all
swollen throats, coughs, etc. Savo $50 by
use of one bottle. Warranted the most
wonderful blemish cure ev'er known. Sold
by J. G. Dinkins & Co., druggists, Man
ning S. C.
Itch on human, mange on hr-rses. dogs
and all stock, cured in' 30 milnles by
Woolford's Sanitary lotion. This mvme
fails. Sold by J. G. Dinkins &t Co.. drug
gists. Manning, S. C.
Grove's Tastdess Chili Tifuj is a pe.rfect
malariali liv.er tonic and blood pnritier-. Re
moves biliousness without puirgirag. .b
peasant as lemoni syrnp. It i as la.;e a.u
ay dcollar tonic: and re.tails for 50be To cc:
the gentine ask for Grove's. Stab.i on: iii
merits. No cure, no pay. Sold bay J. G.
Dikins & Co.
Manin a;g Acadlemy.
The following pupllils merited the- ieCdd.
fr scholarship) in their respetive graae,
for thc week ending Sep. 7:
Higher. Jo Blackwell, Lou Uradbau, urzl
\arv~n Strange; Intv'rmediate, hali .
book, Virginia Giaihwhat. Eist-n Rtidg
way; Primuary. Albertinec Loyuns and JTuh as
Clark. Mauviu Strange was voted' the ecte
duct medal. E. V. AL'smoos.
A V.'rd frome D). J. Chandler. the cloth
ier, Sumterca, S. V.
Editor 'The Manning Timnes:
Dear Sir:--I wish to say to the nanneror
readers of your paper that nmy fall aund win:
ter stock is now in and I am ready for bus.
iess. Last winter I sold almost entirol
out. I had very few goods to cairy over
Now I have a large complete line of brand:
new goods, including all the lat es <tyls i :
men's an d boys' suits, overcoats. od d par.as
odd vests, hats, shoes, shirts, . s'ckzs
drawers, collars, cnfis. neck-wear, sus:' ad
ers, un:brellas, etc. Boys' knee par-a :
low as 25 cents. Boys' knee pan? t5 suits at
low as 50 cents. Meni's all-wool suits, good
quality, $5.00. Men's and boys' hats fr on
I apprct the hber.d patronage I have
heretofore received fromz Clairenadon coun
ty, and hope to me(rit a continnan'e -f the
same. On account of the tariff r'-dnetion
have bought mny goods cheap, andt will sel
them cheap. When you get r.eady to bu:
goods in mny line. come in and see mec. I
will certainly be to your interest to do so
My corps of assistants are Messis. .J. B3
Mayes and D. W. Cunninghama. also, Mr
James H. Chandler, formerly of the firm o
Brown & Clanudler.
Manning, S. G. Sep. 5, 1894.
Editor The Manning Times:
Please anuounce that I have just
returned home from the Northern
markets wvith a tremendous stock of
goods, and that I am too busy open
ing them to write a~n advertisement,
but if the public will watch this space
they will hear from me next week.
S. A. RIGBY.
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GREENVILLE, S. C. Odnice hour;--9 to 1:30)-2:3o to 5. Over
Rv. M. M. RILEY, D. D., President. Levi flrothers' dry; goods store.
iss M. C. JUDSON; Associate Princip;J. ____________________
Reorganized and newly eqnipped,. with
nw furni'ure and new pianos. and u~nder
w management. A full corps of teachers~ uL. O G A
nevery department. Boarding :ind euier E is TH E BEST.
epenses reasoniabie. Next sess2in beginls NOSQUEAKiNG.
ednesday, September 26. 1891. 45 OtDV N
send for catalogue. A ddress F5EMCORDOANME
N. M. RIL EY. ,gg~~gigg
- Grceenvii:. - $3As.POUCE,3SOLES.
AT RICK MR IT ARY INJS1T T ~2.KdOYSHOLHO
I AN DER SON. i. f. L27
Sevene1n, . - '.j r:.'-.t I-. - ~. SEND FORcATALD0 E
Gen. a r +.~ . . BROKONMASS.
~ii ~ho ~'~S~ni f1. -. ',..~' You can save mney purchasing W. L.
-- :; ,.n~iit, vertised shoes in the world, and arantee
- -e.--:ahteI uby sta ing the name c .rc
-- -- - ue ousm, t.:hc protects yo -:thg
OLU M I E M L* E COL E cst h or Istle ca ~ -ti and
0914.3 B A ".. . .-ig q-i.cs. We ha.ve them'. 7ohl cvery
W E LV 7.Am .T '' ccanno. supply you, wec can. Sold by
~i~icon AiI: fl~2.!. - .ri ,~.Horton, Burgess & Co.
cica;l and phy~'s ie-I. ai;-p::Iranw. X
rns carpetedlI weil furnished. 21n). a-gh
with gas. Op)Ien firepla.'-:. llot a0. 1,
aths. IHealth unsurpassed. Thoroi .,
crse in istrumnental a:nd vocal music.
For ctaliogue and inrther piartierarU- El,
REV. JNO. A. RICE, 1). D., President.
South Carolina Colleger -
-COLUMBIA, S. C.
Ssion be;gins Sept. 2~>th. N;: eg 2
Crses, with Diplomas. Ep~eci:l (ConrU
ion mjoditied. ]oard $; Z:month. To't.
ecessary expenses for the year e' xausive
oftraveling, clohir tu. and1 l.--oks.' 1om
112 to $152. Send Ii>r Aunnonnee:11It FNS~ri4~, MS
For further informaLnofn-leem the~ taDUAB
.JAM.E- WOODi.)t O-W-S~
Furman University, TH E STECEAST
' GREENVILLE. S. C.orp!ogm, ~idLcal
The next session wiul begin Sep Le d2E 8,t 1o2 U.IlS.,N-.
For catalogtues or for informationI aboutth
ourses of study, metss hallt. privaeboard- TeNwHm~wn ahn oi
Iing or other detais, a pply to the Fr,.iden~t.
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Pies deiig agricltl rent liens L.SVO Y A.%
annn upliens oafind them.BRONat The S V
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SPARTAN BU RO, S. C. J. A. GA Ea'ELL, CaMESTON, S. C., April 23, 1894.
On and after this date the following pas.
senger schedule will be in effect:
Manning Collegiate Institute, harlesNon 3o p
Ar Lanes 5 30 am 5 29 pm 7 00 pm
Ar Florence 710 am 645 pm 8 50 pm
No 23 No~i No 35
Do You Intend to Educate Your Children? Lv Florence 725pm 745am 3373m
Ar Lanes 90m920am 2o am
If so, Patronize the Institute. Why? Ar Charleston 1100 pm 1121 am 650 am
Because the institute is well equipped for its work, and offers advantages -----
hat are not to be found elsewhere in the county. Besides the advantages WILMINGTON, COLUMBIA, & AUGUS
n the courses of study, moderate tuition rates, cheap board, healthfulness
>f the town, combined with others of equal importance make it to your in
erest to send here. WrXINTGTO., N. C., April 23, 1894.
Lv Wilmington 6 '0 pm
FLeaz i ! (0G 7c>ia . er. Act! Lv Marion 9 56 pm
Ar Florence 10 40 pm
Send for cattalogue. Lv Florence 5 10 am
E. J. BROWNE, Principal. Marin 510am
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A = u r A 3Lv Florence 7 45a8m 7 10 PM
.1ILv Mayesville 9 00O am870p
Ar Wedgefield 10 0t; am 8'50 pm
(SUCCESSOR TO RUTLEDCE & TINOAL) Ar Columbia 110D am 10 00 pm
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N 1 !Lv C6lnmbia 4 20 pm 430 am
F U I T U R ELvSumter 545pm 535pm 557.
Lv Mayesville 6 02 pm 614pm
SUMMERTON, S. C. ArFlorence 655pm 715pm
Keops in st-,k a tnll linc. of he 1steads, chairs, tables, sofas, wardrobes, bureaus, bed
o st , rad s, erib'. matrosses. hed springs, coffins, caskets, etc., etc. Our stock of
COFFINS AND CASEETS
; equal to any kept in this or Smtner connties, and we will fill orders at any hour day
r night. Mr. H. 11. Win(dhan, a s:killful and experienced mechanic, will give personal Lv Charleston 700am
ttention to repairing of any an d all kinds of furniture at shortest notice. Our prices Lv Lanes 840am
re as low as the lowest, and all we ask to effect a sale is an inspection of ourgoods. We Lv Foreston 9 02 am 9 33 am
re also agnts for wagons and bnggies which we will sell at lowest possible prices. Lv Wilsons 9 09 am 10 10 am
Lv Manning 91 8 am 1100 m
Lv asvi 9 28 am 1140m
W Ar Sumter 9 48 am 12 35 m
Ar Columbia 1105 am 4 00 pm
No 53 No 83
Lv Columbia 4 20 pm 4 30 am
Lv Sumter 45 0 pm 440 am
LARGE Mayeville 6 0 pm 50 am
ArOTMN ~ Florencen 6 35pm 135 pm
-AT- Ar1Carleston 8400apm 414p
Lv Manningi9i18 am 110-0
edfrcru Ar s mtr98am 135p
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Leave MENT"""newood2.....1 p in.
Leve Foritert 65p 115pm '
-Arre Laner . 7..00..pm.10pm
AT-ACharleston 8tr 40 Npm ,. 41tp
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No 22Mei t, HRETN .C LevePiteer.............110 a m
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Whoesae gocrs nd rovsi DalesLro Darlington............1 at H amlet
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p.m tom. Cepan-ay 1
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d~io-est a lesaln:~ceni G ir cter a nrieo Dealersla.Bu n u ,~~I~
172, 174UeVciIiO Oit)., . roohosQC.L. ~r c~, and pay East Bay Street,
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yourhCten penniesoget a sam-plebofoyourtGroceran-yaday;
Ifi is o at(-isfc-in OS. 5 .ay.e- .to-uiHea.yourospennie$s
For sucess wil ev- criol-Our(Omi.-Su.mme. OhoserhusevQ.b.ig. P
Sk JO~r fDC~f If on all plans of- Co-Ey"ein.
MARBLE YARD is
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etter ta SUMTERLb S. .bOTENMSCHUE
IYT' L3S C(ONDCTED) BY -- ISVNNH
~ Ommander &LcihardSon.
W ar no prepared to fill ali ordersCZ.RAD GLSRMY
MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES ~ ~~
C NG an il ornamnenta l and substan- t~juraydsro
- a cmter work .We do none but the ooeiaogno
be 01 w r iad guarantee aill jobs. We i& se, (.hd
- romse to do srictly a first-class business pfr.b exeie uoof At.
--on.-.:a 1 w i'lke our prcsat a liigrate. P loo rOim ro con
THE CELEBR A T GRANITE AND ITALIAN MONUMENTS
dI + .-Jou AND~j HEADSTONESLe floe n mptnw lngWd
We expect to have cn exhibition in a few trSo.Snbnloreitfre.wi
-:-- E (E-- GLNN days some handsome specimens of work.
For sale by .1Ol1'o Yard on Liberty Street, below postoffice. -
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