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M ANNING, S. C.:
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THE LINES ARE NOT DRAWN.
If the speech of Senator Tillmar
delivered in the afternoon of last Fri
day in Sumter, is reported cor
rectly, we think somebody mus
have placed a coal of fir,
upon his back, to cause him to pu
so much warmth in his remarks. H
stid he was no "peace and unity man
and the "lines were still here an<
would be drawn". We do not thin]
his disclaimer of being a "peace an<
unity man" is consistant with hi
speech in Charleston, when the poli
ticians of that city fell over eacl
other, to do the "belauding and be
praising and buttering" upon the oc
casion when he and some of his col
leagues made that famous junketini
trip to Cuba. If we remember arigh
the distinguished Senator was full o
peace and unity at that time
azd with one hand he helk
out an olive branch, whil
with the other, he threw bouquets a
his entertainers. It is to be regrettec
that he did not remain in that sweej
temper, for, whether Senator Tillmar
realizes it or not, the people are noi
disposed to take any stock in a con
dition of things which will arraN
neighbor against neighbor, brothei
against brother, and father against
son; this was done once, and it is a
source of genuine gratification tc
know that such a condition has been
relegated to the past, never again tc
be resurrected. Tillm an may not
regard himself/a "peace and unity
man," because his composition is
made up of a combative material,
nevertheless, he cannot combat un
less there is something to fight, and
from the signs of the times, we have
peace now, and peace is likely to re
main unless politicians invent a plax
to create excitement, which will be
hard for them to do. Senator Till
man has made a fine representative
in Cugress, but his record there
does not entitle him to the specia]
privilege of again arraying 'he peoplE
against each other, and ai he at
tempts it, they will soon give him tc
understand, that they will not follovi
any man over this State, who under
takes to lead them with firebrands
That the people want peace and unity
is evident all over the State, and the
place to find the evidence, is in thE
hails of the legislature, where thE
membership is made up without re
gard to faction, and where no faction
alism creeps into the laws enacted.
Among the strongest advocates o
the dispensary law, which appears tc
be a pet with the Senator, are mem
bers of the (General Assembly, who
when factional feeling ran high were
allied with the conservative side, and
even one we have in mind,was a red
hot Haskellite, this gentleman stood
upon the floor of the Senate and
made a speech in behalf of the dis
pensary, which would have made one
of Senator Tillman's dispensary
speeches pale into lamb-like tame
ness. The day has come when
man may go before the people advo
eating the dispensary, or any othe2
measure, without engendering bit
terness, and the time has also come
when the people will repudiate any
man who undertakes to ride intc
office on the back of villification,
strife, and factionalism.
We do not think that Senator Till
man was justified in designating the
the "Prohibitionists" as "a set oj
hypocrites and cowards," because,
the "Prohibitionists" who were true
to principle, never did approve o:
any amalgamation with the liquor
element, nor do they approve of the
course pursued by some men con
spicuous in their ranks. The trouble
is not with the Prohibitionists, but
with the politicians who stole the
livery of prohibition to serve king
Bacchus. Hence, it is slanderous to
stigmatize good rnen who believe in
prohibition as a part and parcel-a
basic principle of their religious
creed, as "hypocrites and cowards,'
and to do this, does not have a ten
dency to permit people to live at
peace with each other, and instead
of making friends for the dispensary
law, such irritating characterizations
are resented, and very properly so.
* Now, had Senator Tillman shown
how scheming political pirates
crawled over the sides of the
-Pr-hihition ship, took charge
of the helm, and undertook to
sail her into a liquor haven;
he would have rendered a service,
and put the people on the watch to
prevent a repetition of such a scheme.
We differ with the Senator when he
says that factional "lines were still here
and would be drawn." The faction:d
lines if they exist at all, are confined
to a class of politicians who realize
their doom, as soon as their stock-in
trade, no longer blows up the embers
of wrath; let a man offer himself
0 for office now, as a factional candidate
5 and defeat will settle upon his should
0 ers before he gets through with his
first meeting; there was a time when
the people were excited and qualifica
tion and merit was lost sight of, but
a that was when the State was under.
going a revolution; now, things are
again at their normal condition and
men are selected with calmness, and
d with care, to serve the people's inter
ests. Merit and qualification are the
requisites for public favor, and they
will break through all lines, drawn by
demagogism and factionalism.
The News and Courier of yester
day was given a dose of its own
poison. A crowd of turbulent chaps
kicked up a big row at the Isle of
Palms' pier on a recent Sunday
nigbt,and the affair aroused the indig
nation of the decent people to such
an extent that a demand was made
upon the authorities to punish the
t offenders. Our esteemed contempor
ary took a very commendable part
in the demand for the punishment of
these offenders. Several arrests were
made and only one conviction obtain
ed; this has soured upon the stomach
s of our contemporary, and on yester
- day it made some very wry faces at
2 the authorities and intimated, as a
. cause for the single conviction that
- this is election year in that city.
' Those of us at a distance, do not be
D lieve the "election year" has anything
t to do with the miscarriage of justice
in Charleston, but we are disposed to
attribute the lamentable condition to
the baneful teaching of the News &
Courier in encouraging, aiding and
abbetting, in the violation of the dis
pensary law. We predicted long ago
that "its chickens will come home to
roost" and every time it encouraged
the violation of the dispensary law, it
was sowing baneful seed which would
sooner or later spring up, and grow
to its own injury. We well remem
ber how the News and Courier chuck
led over" the dispensary "No Bill,"
signed "E. Willis, Foreman," when
their action was "not according to
the evidence," and wealso remember
how justice nriscarried in the "Pinck
ney homicide case," and hero we are
again with another miscarriage of
justice in the "Isle of Palms rowdy
case." But to Charleston's credit, let
it be said, that the slayer of Godfrey
has been apprehended, although it
took a country deputy to get him,
and recently two negroes, not those
who killed Pinckney, were hanged.
Just as we expected, after the in
temperate remarks uttered by Sena
tor Tillmsn at Sumter last Friday
afternoon, comes C. C. Featherstone
the leader of the gang of political fa
kirs who fooled thousands of pious
people last year, and actually delud
ed them into converting their houses
of worship into political halls. Mr.
Featherstone takes Senator Tillman
to task for calling the Prohibitionists
"cowards and hypocrites" and in do
ing so, he covertly puts in a plea to
the Prohibitionists to retain him as
their champion, and stand by him in
the coming campaign in hi's race for
Governor. The Prohibitionists how
ever, will be more careful in their
selection of a leader we think; they
remember Mr. Featherstone's p- si
tion on the liquor question after his
defeat last year; they will -no doubt
continue their warfare against the
liquor traffic, but the sincere prohibi
tion advocates realize that consisten
cy begets confidence. We do not
approve of Tillman's indiscriminating
charge of cowardice and hypocrisy,
because we know that many advo
cates of prohibition are sincere, but
there are many who supported Feath
erstone last year, that were not sin
cere, and did resort to hypocrisy to
deceive pious people.
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The editors, on their return home
from Harris Springs, are singing
nothing but praizes of that wonder
ful pleasure resort. There is noth
ing like getting editors in a good
During the civil war, as well as our late
war with S'pain, diarrhoea was one of the
most trou blesomte diseases the army had to
contnd with. In many instances it be
came ohrionic arid the old soldiers still suf
fr from it. Mr. David Taylor of Wind
Ridge. Green Co., Pa., is one of these. He
ues Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
aroea Remedy and says he never found
an~thin that would give him such quick
PRESIDENT AULL A TEMPERANCE
[E. B. Hook. in Auguta1zL Chroniele.)
As good as is the water at Harris
Lithia it does not meet all the desires
of thirsty guests, and I found the
Augusta brewery a popular toast
among the Carolina editors. And
hereby- hangs a tale. Editor Aull,
the president of the association, is a
temperance man, but some of his a
sociates are not, and Editor Appelt,
of the Manning Times, besides liking
a joke also likes good beer. Accord
ingly, he sent a telegram to the Au
gusta brewery and signed President
Aull's name to it, respectfully put
ting the Augusta institution on no
tice that the Carolina editors were
in session. In due time President
Aull received a courteous reply, ac
companied by a generous comipli
mentary shipment of the Belle of
Carolina. President Aull was
amazed, but in due time Editor Ap
pelt introduced a resolution express
ing the thanks of the association for
the thoughtfulness of the president
and the generosity of the Augusta
Brewing Company and had the ban
ner temperance woman of the asso
ciation, Mrs. Virginia Durant Young,
recorded as seconding the motion.
This was one of the ieading jokes of
the convention, and the Augusta
Brewery one of the most popular
Editor Hook seems to think a good
joke was perpetrated on the worthy
president of the State Press Associa-.
tion, and then goes right off and ac
cuses President Aull of being "a tem
perance man." Mr. Hook is some
what of a joker himself. We have
never seen but one real live newspa
per man who could look you in the
eye at a banquet table and say "ex
cuse me please" to a request to have
a glass of "Mumms extra dry;" this
man was Ilook of the Augusta Chron
icle, whom all temperance wo
men might hang on. He came over
to Carolinaand seated opposite us at
the banquet table, beside a beautiful
Georgia lady who recently re
turnjed from the West, and
who enjoys the distinction of
having voted for McKinley in
the last election; both of them left
their champagne untouched, and
both seemed to breathe and have a
being just like other people. The
only way we can account for this
strange anomaly is a recollection of
that vote cast for McKinley and a de
termination to reform, that the Savan
nah river water, which Augustians
drink has given them a distaste for
every thing that looks clear and spark
ling. If Hook persists in the charge
that President Aull is "a temperance
man," he will be cited to appear be
fore the Association at its meeting
in Columbia next February to prove
(From our Rtegular Correspondent.)
Washington, August 4, 1899:-Will
there be a wihaige in the Philippine
policy of the administration? That
question has been asked quite fre
quently since Senator Burrows made
the flat-footed declaration that Mc
Kinley's re-election was largely de
pendent upon the successful ending
of the Philippine war before the
Presidential campaign. There is no
doubt that the administration fully
realizes the correctness of the state
ment made by Mr. Burrows, but so
much was not intended to be made
public, so early in the game, and,
while nothing has been openly said
on the subject, there has been much
private abuse of Burrows in admin
istration circles for having let such
a troublesome cat out of the politi
cal bag. Although Secretary Root
has yet done nothing openly to con
firm the talk about his being in
structed to win Gen. Miles over to
the administration side, by allowing
him to have the direction at the
Washington end of future military
movements in the Philippines, there
are many who think there is founda
tion for the talk. The plain truth of
the situation is, that unless a satis
factory peace-satisfactory to the
people at large, not to the office
holding brigade, who will express
satisfaction at anything done by the
administration-is brought about
before the Presidential campaign,
Mr. McKinley will not have a ghost
of a show for re-election; and those
most familiar with the situation do
not believe that a continuation of the
military methods of Otis will do it.
The people will overthrow any ad-!
ministration that stands for a per
petual war in the Philippines, or any
The deficit for the first month of
the new fiscal year wvas close to 9,
000,000. Officials speak of this as a
satisfactory showing, but it remains
to be seen what the people will think
of a showing, which if maintained
during the remainder of the fiscal
year will mean a deficit for the year
of more than $100,000,000. That
cer tainly will not be satisfactory.
The very mild nature of the state
ment made by Mr. Alger just before
he left Washington, and which he
was pleased to call a viu~dication of
the charges against his administra
tion of the W~ar Department, indi
cates that he was persuaded not to
attack the administration publicly,
but whether he will be of the same
mind after talking with Pingree, who
is nothing if not a straight-from-the
shoulder fighter of everything that
gets in front of his plans, remains to
be seen. Members of the administra
tion are hugging the belief that Alger
will not give away the secrets he
In the absence of more important
news the suppression of a Cuban
daily paper in Havana and the arrest
of its staff, by order of Gen. Ludlow,
military commandant of that city,
has been much discussed. At the
War Department it is said that Gen.
Ludlow acted without any orders
from Washington and that no further
explanation of his action has been
received than was contained in the
press dispatches. On general princi
ples the average American halieves
in a free press and free speech and
for that reason nearly everv one who
s~aks of the matter condemns the
suppression of the paper by Gen.
Ludlow. Gen. Garcia, who is still
in Washington, talked freely of the
matter, as he sees it. He said: "The
mnm-preinn of the Havnna Teon
A bout ihe best plan to stop the sale
of liquor is to give it away.
DeWiitts Litte Earlv Risers expel from
the systemi all poisonus accumtniations,
regulate the soael. hojweis and liver a-id
purity the blood. They drive away dis
ease, dissipate nelancliolv and give health
and vigor for the daily ,oatine. Do not
gripe or !icken. D. 0. Rhlrmp, Sumni-r
ton: Dr. W. M. Brockinton, Mlanning.
Sornie tiien have no t aste, but if the
color is all right, I hey cbance it.
G'Iiun-sIot woint.s and -w h-r. bos,
cnts, briiises. sprainis. w iin Is frou ri-ty
ramils, itisvet stolgs an1.1 ivy ionnv
qnickly lIealgl by DeWitt's Witch IT z 1
1ale. Poitnvely preventjs bh-t) Io n
Ji lk-ware of c-uuntrfeit-;. -I- Witt'.,
is -fe iii suire. D. 0 Rhanw, sLium. r
loll; Dfr. WV. . h e iao ,.ln i
The Rev. G. A. Blackburn of Coo
lumIbia, is in town and will commence
a meeting in the.Presbyterian church
tonight. Preaching may be expect
ed every morning at 10 o'clock, and
in the eveings at 8:30. All are invit
ed. JAMEs MCDOWLst Pastor
A Mother felis How she Savd 4l-r
Little Daugiter's Life.
I am the mother of eight clil.iren and
have had a great d. al of txp -rie-nce w tb
medicines. Last summer my little daugh
ter had the dysentery in its worst form.
We thought she would die. I tritd every
thing I could think of, but nothing seemed
to do her itoy good. I s:aw by an adver
tisement in oar paper that Cnamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea ltniedy was
highly recommended and seut and got a
bottle at once. It proved to be one of the
very best medicines we ever had in the
house. It saved my little daughter's life.
I am anxious for every mother to know
what an excellent medicine it is. Had I
known it at first it wonl.I have saved me a
great deal of anxiety and my little daugh
ter much suffering. Yours truly, Mrs. Geo.
F. Burdick, Liburty, It. I. Fotr sale by R.
B. Loryea, druggist.
For headache caused most likely by a
disordered stomach, accompanied by con
stipation, use Dr . A Simmons' liver med
icine. Sold by Dr W M Brockinton.
We have been very lenient to our sub
scribers, and have not worried them about
money this summer, but the time has come
when we must ask those who are owing us
to come forward and pay up. Those who
are in arrears and cannot cone to town
may send us our money by mail, either by
registered mail or money order. The man
agement of THE TDxxs is very hard pressed
at this time and it must colleot from those
owing. We have decided to take up our
subscription list on the 15th, day of Sep
tember next and every name found on it
over one year in arrears will be stricken off.
A man or woman who has been accommo
dated by us for over a year and then does
not pay up shows a lack of appreciation
and will not pay at all. Remember that we
will strike off every name that is in arrears
over a year. To ascertain what you owe
the paper. look on the label and the date
thereon will show when your time was out.
"What might have been"--if that little
cough hadn't been neglected-is the sad
reflection of thoussnds of sonsumptives.
One Minute Cough Care cures coughs and
colds. D. 0. Rhame, Summerton; Dr. W.
M. Brockinton, Manning,
There are two things in this life for
which a man is never prepared
To keep young-keep well, keep the
nerves calm, the body ruddy and well fed,
and with Dr M A Simmons' liver medicine
regulate the stomach and bowels. Sold by
Dr W M Brockinton.
A man may smile, and smile, and
still lbe a temperance advocate.
Bears th heKn You Have Always Bought
and Whiskey ':abits
Mcured at home with
Pil out pain Btook of pr
- tieulars seni F R EE.
BR. B.UE WOOL LE Y Co..
--Ananta, be. Othee, 104 North Pryor sI.
BY VIRTUE OF'A SUNDRY EXE
utions issued by S. .J. Bowxrpan,
ounty Treasurer, of Clarendon
ounty, State of Soutl11Carolina, and
o me directed, I will sell, at the
ourt House, in Manning, on Mon
ay, the 4th day of September next,
t being salesday, the following real
state for delinquent taxes:
Fulton Township-One lot of land
elonging to estate Louis McConnico.
60 acres of land belonging to W. H.
Friendship Township-20 acres of
and belonging to Henry Gaymon.
3* acres of land belonging to Levy
2* acres of land belonging to estate
arriet A. Hall; now in possession of
S. R. Cole. t
Saint Paul Township-14 acres of a
belonging to John G. Gaillard, Trus- v
Concord Township-140 acres of
land belonging to Paul S. Felder. 8
Manning Township-i lot of land
belonging to Junius Boyd.
Mount Zion Township-5 acres be
longing to Allen DuPree.
Midway Township-130 acres of
land belonging to Eli McFaddin.
Douglass Township-40. acres of -
land belonging to James Hudson.
40 acres of land belonging to Wmn.
Burmester & Co.
180 acres of land belonging to B. WV.
Plowden's Mill Township-337 acres
f land belonging to Mrs. A. D. In
Purchasers to pay for papers and
stamps. Terms cash.
DANIEL J. BRADHAM.
Bears the The Kind You Have Always 80ugit
sash eighs an Cors an
= $ UBACOL &cre
Doors , a s, Brlins,h
M ait ad oe ril,25cn,
icentrado was, in my judgment, a
serious mistake. It was the Spaiish
custorm, you know, to arrest editors
aid suppress their papers for daring
to criticise Spanish methods, and it
would seem from Gen. Ludlow's ac
tion that he is pursuing the Spanish
policy which has so justly and so
rightly been denounced by the U. S.
Again, this act on the part of the
miiitary authorit ies will be consti tied
by :aiv Cubans to wean that the
civil authorities are were figureheads
antl will io doubt produce bad feel
ing. There can be no independence
or personal liberty without free
speech and free press. What would
the people of the U. S. say if the
ant horities should suppress a news
puIpt r for abusing justly, or unjustly,
the administration? I imagine there
would be a great outburst of popular
resentmuent against any such proceed
ings. The people of the U. S. would not
tolerate it. Of course, I do not know
all the facts, but I do know that to
be consistent Gen. Ludlow will have
to suppress otlier papers that have
the termerity to criticise thie officials
appointed by Gen. Brooke; also that
lie has established what is likely to
be a troublesome precedent."
Governor McSweeney's orders "to
arrest Louther at all hazards," was a
fitting.xesponse to a request for a re
ward. It appears that our Governor
is not disposed to encourage the
plan of going into the State's treas
ury, to effect arrests where officers
are salaried and charged with that
work. The reward business has be
come an imposition and a hindrance
to justice, and we are glad to see
Governor McSweeney putting his
foot upon it.
His Life Was S.iyed.
Air. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of
Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonderful de
liverance from a frightful death. In tel
ling of it he says: "I was taken with Ty
phoid Fever, that ran into Pneumonia. My
lungs bucame hardened. I was so weak I
couldn't even sit up in bed, Nothing help
ed me. I expected to soon die of Consump
tion, when I heard ot Dr. King's New Dis
covery .One bottle gave great relief, I con
tinued to use it, and now am well and
strong. I can't say too much in its praise."
This marvellons medicine is the surest and
quickest cure in the world for all throat
and lung trouble. Regular sizes 50cta and
$1.00. Trial bottle free at R. B. Loryea's
drug stcre; every bottle guaranteed. 2
Greenville has launched out an afternoon
newspaper, which from its make up bids
fair to become one of the fineat in the State.
Its editorial columns teeming with good
clean matter, and the writer exhibits con
siderable dignity and learning. The press
despatches are up-to-date, and its local
columns appear to be filled by an experi
enced man. We wish for it a prosperous
For Infnts and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of L a'7~A~
4. drupkard is a man who commits
That Thlrobbing Headache
Would quickly leave yon if you used Dr.
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make pure blood and strong nerves and
build up your health. Easy to take. Try
them. Only 25 cents. Money back if not
cured. Sold by R. B. Loryea, druggist.
Give a man an inch and be wants a
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Mr. R. P. Olivia of Barcelona, Spain,
spends his winters at Aiken, S. C. WVeak
nerves had caused severe pains in the back
of his head. On using Electric Bitters,
America's greatest blood and nerve remedy.
all pain soon lef't him. He says this grand
medicine is what his country needs. All
America knows tLiat it cures liver and kid
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nerve and organ of the body. If weak,
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guaranteed, only 50 c'ents. Sold by R. 8.
Lory ea, druggist. 1
The paving material of hell consisst
of good intentions and unpaid elec
A Womaji's Letten.
Coolidge, Ky., Aug. 20, 1898.
New Spenicer Me'dicine (;o.: Since writ
ing you in Jnlv, I have continued to use
Benedicta and am surprised at the resnlts.
Uefore usicg the remedy I suffered from
womb troubles andl a weak stomach, but the
three bottles of Benedicta has completely
cured me. It is a great medicine for deli
cate women. Mas. H. R. GILnErn,
Sold by it. B- Loryea.
The last word is said to be the
most dangerous. Show this to your
.a TheKind Youl Have Always Bought
It doesn't always take eight quarts
of beer to make a peck of trouble.
A diseased stomach surely undermines
health. It dulls the brain, kills energy,
destroys the nervous system and predis
poses to insanity and fatal diseases. All
dyspeptic troubles are quickly cnred by
Kodol Dyspbpsia Cure. It has cured
thousands ot cases and is curing them
every day. Its ingredients are such that it
can't hellp enring. D. 0. Rhame, Summer.
ton; Dr. W. M. Brockinton, Manning.
When a man meets his wife down
town, he wonders how much it will
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I suffered from piles seven or eight years.
No remedy gave ime relief until DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve, less than a box of which'
permanently cured mse." soothing, heal
ing, perfectly harmless. Beware of coun
terteits. D. 0. Rhaime. Sumorprtoni; Dr
W. M lreckinuton, .alanning.
Sherry' cobblers are not. a bloomingi
succes a~s shoe-makers.
In diat rho' a Dr al A Simmons' liver
medicine is invaluable, 1t gives tone to
the stomach, aids dige'ntion and assists n a.
ure in carrying off all impjurities. Sold
After you have tried Doctors and all
other preparations, and they have failed
to relieve you, then use
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IT WILL CURE YOU.
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L GERSTLE & CO., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Sole Manufacturers and Proprietors.
'For sale by R. B. ..ORE:.A..
Tobacco Plantersof Clarendoin
AND ADJOINING COUNTIES
Will find it to their special advantage to bring their Tobacco to
THE PEOPLE'S TOBACCO WAREHOUSE
Where they will receive courteous and prompt attention from the Man
Lger and other officers of the Company.
We have a large and commodious Warehouse, Ordering and Gradin
Eooms and all facilities for the accommodation of our friends.
Give us a trial and we assure you that we will get the
Highest Prices for Your Tobacco.
Come and see us and inspect our Warehouse. We will cheerfully give
rou all information in our power.
[HE PEOPLE'S TOBACCO WAREHOUSE,
0. M. MA8ON,
Win. E. H olmes & Co.,
209 3Dast Bay.
C CH-R .E T ~l%, S. C.,
-- DEALERS IN --
paints, Oils, Glass, Varnish and Brushes, Lanterns,
Tar Paper and Building Paper.
Headquarters for the Celebrated Palmetto Brand of Cylinder, Planing
fill and Engine Oils and Greases.
Take Care of Your Eyes.
We take this method of informing our friends and the public generally
re prepared to urnish your custoes ith enaccurates andscientifc aids to
ision. Our prices are on the "Live and Let Live" plan; hence you can,
~ith a smallsu, buy from us a !i of god glasses rdsaa rcs
W. M. BROCKINTON.
For Infants and Children.
- The Kind You Have
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ATLANTIC COAST LINER
CHARLESTON, S. C., Apr. 17, 1699.
On at alatt-r ths -date th- f.illowing
passenger sebedzile will le it
Lv Florence, 3.25 A: 7
Lv Kingstree, 8
Ar Lanes, 4.38 9.
Lv Lanes, 438 9.15 7 40 P.
Ar Charleston, 6.03 10.50 9.15
*78. *32. *52.
Lv Charleston, 6.33 A. 5.17 P. 7.00 A.
Ar Lanes, 8.18 "6.45 832
Lv Lanes, 8 18 6.45
Lv Kingstree, 8.34
Ar Florence, 9.28 7.55
*Daily. t Daily except Sunday.
No. 52 runs through to Columbia via
Central R. R. of S. C.
Trains Nos. 78 and 32 run via Wilson
and Fayetteville-Short Line-and make
close connection for all points North.
Trains on C. & D. R. R. leave Florence
daily except Sunday 9.55 a m, arrive Dar
lington 10.28 a m, Cheraw, 11.40 a in,
Wadesboro 12.35 p m. Leave Florence
daily except Sunday, 8.00 p in, arrive Dar
lington, 8 25 p m, Hartsville 9.20 p m,
Bennetsville 9.21 p m, Gibson 9.45 p m.
Leave Florence Sunday only 9.55 a m, ar
rive Darlington 10.27, Hartsville 11.10.
Leave Gibson daily except Sunday 6.35
a ni, Bennettsville 6.59 a m, arrive Darling.
ton 7.50 a m. Leave Hartsville daily ex
cept Sunday 7.00 a m,' arrive Darlington
7.45 a in, leave Darlington 8.55 a m, arrive
Florence 9.20 amln. Leave Wadesboro daily
except Sunday 4.25 p in, Cheraw 5.15 p m,
Darlington 6.29 p in, arrive Florence 7 p
m. Leave Hartsville Sunday only 8.15 a m
Darlington 9.00 a m, arrive Florence 9.2o
J. R. KENLEY, JNO. F. DIVINE,
Gen'l Manager. Gen'l Sup't.
T. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager.
H. M. E MERSON, Gen'l Pass. Agent.
55. 35, 52.
Lv Wilmington,*3.45 P.
Lv Marion, 6.34
Ar Florence, 7.15
Lv Florence, *7.45 *3.25 A.
Ar Sumter, 8.57 4.29
Lv Sumter, 8.57 *9.40 A.
Ar Columbia, 10.20 11.00
No. 52 runs through from Charleston via
Central R. a., leaving Charleston 7 a m
Lanes 8.34 a m, Manning 9.09 a m.
54. 53. 32.
Lv Columbia, *6.s0 A. *4.00 P.
Ar Sumter, 8.05 5.13
Lv Suiter, 8.05 *6.06 P.
Ar Florence, 9.20 7.20
Lv Florence, 9.50
Lv Marion, 10.30
Ar Wilmington, 1.15
No. 53 runs through to Charlestci, S. o.
via Central R. R., arriving Manning 541
p m, Lanes, 6.17 p m, Charleston 8.00 p m.
Trains on Conway Brahch leave Chad
bourn 5.35 p m, arrive Conway 7.40 p M.
returning leave Conway 8.30 a-m, arrive
Chadbourn 11.20 a in, leave Chadbourn
11.50 a m,arrive at Hub 12.25 pmreturning
leave Hub 3.00 p m, arrive at Chadbourn
3.35 p m. Daily except Sunday.
J. R. KENLY, Gen'l Manager. .
T. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager.
H. M. EMERSON, Gen'l Pas& Agent.
CENTRAL R. R. OF SO. CAROLINA.
No. 52 -
Lv Charleston, 7.00 A. M.
Lv Lanes, 8.34 "
Lv Greeleyville, 8.46.
Lv Foreston, 8.55
Lv Wilson's Mill, 9.01
Lv Manning, . 9.09"
Lv Alcolu, 9.16 "*
Lv Brogdon, 9.25
Lv W. & S. Junet., 9.38"
Lv Sumter, 9.40
Ar Columbia, 11.00 "
Lv Columnbia, OP. -
Lv Sumter, 51
Lv W. & S. Junct, .1 "
Lv Brogdon, 52 ~
Lv Alcolu, 53
Lv Manning, 54
Lv Wilson's Mill, 55
Lv Foreston, 55
Lv Greeleyville, 60
Ar Lanes, 6.7 4
Lv Suter, 4.29 A. M.
Ar Dnmak, 5.12
Lv ranebug, 5.50 "
Ly reson, 5.13
Ar Suter, 6.03
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