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ICopyright, 1900, by C. B. Lewin]
Boomville ought to have a fire de
partment. At the present time the
only conveniences for fighting the lurid
destroyer are a stepladder and an old
aucket without a handle. Let us not
wake up when it is too late.
We received a call a day or two since
from Mr. Sam Norton, who lost a dol
lar on Main street a few weeks ago and
has not recovered it up to date. He
may never recover it, but he has the
consolation of knowing that the dis
honest finder will not go to heaven
along with the rest of us.
It now transpires that Mr. John Gris
comb's year-old baby did not swallow
a pair of scissors, as stated in our last
issue. What it got away with was half
a dozen tacks and a brass thimble, but
I the doctor anticipates no malign re
sults. Boomville cherubs have healthy
The editor of this paper, while on his
way to the postoffice the other day.
was picked off his feet and thrust head
THE POSITION WAS UNDIGNIFIED.
first into an empty barrel in front of
Strong's grocery. The thruster was
Abner Green, who had been drinking
and was in a jokeful mood. We trust
it may not happen again. The position
We are sorry to say that we missed
the item last week about a cow break
ing through the Looking Glass river
bridge and breaking her leg, but we
are in time to announce that it was her
left hind leg and that she is owned by
Farmer Savage. He thinks he can
amputate the leg and save her life.
Among those who remembered the
struggling but undaunted editor lasi
week was Mrs. Jason Williams. ShE
brought us in a pound of butter and f
basket of potatoes, and could she have
seen the tears in our wife's eyes as w
carried the luxuries home she wouI
have felt amply rewarded. We love t<
be an editor, and we love our subscrib
a ers. M. QUAD.
There seems to have been nothing t
appeal to in the "Emperor" Chris
tophe's nature. Bravery, humility, al
alike failed to touch him. He had n
bowels of mercy. He was one da
on the battlements of Haiti with
youth, who, perhaps presuming on pas
favors, in some manner displease
him. The drop from these sheer wal
Is 2,000 feet to the plain below. "Yo
are, of course, about to die," said ChrF
tophe, "but I will be kind to you. Yo
shall have a choice of deaths. Eith(
you throw yourself over here or tb
solders shall shoot you."
The young man chose to fling himsel
into space. But by a miracle he fe
among some trees or bushes on tl
ciff side and so escaped with a brok4
arm. He gathered himself uip som
how and presented himself again h
t- fore the emperor. "Your bidding hj
thh been done, sire," he said. "Yes.
n- has," remarked Christophe, "and
n- -am very much interested to find th
you survive. Oblige me by trying
you can do it againr"-"Where Bla<
Rules White, Haiti," by Prichard.
A Possible Reason.
Freddie's father had just been strt
glig with an old fashioned bures
and retiring disheartened from an x
successful effort to open one of its co
. partments he moved to the wmnd<
ouand looking out upon the lowering s
la-- "It's mighty strange that the weati
bureau can't give us a change
e "Maybe," shyly interposed FredC
out "they can't open the bureau drawer
ry "Young man," said Senator Sorght
and "If you want to succeed in polli
never break your word."
..."But are there not times when 11
impossible to keep a promise?"
"To be sure. But you must m
your arrangements so that you d
break the promise yourself. Put
blame on somebody else."-Wash
When she Laughed.
In his volume on Ellen Terry C
*ent Scott tells of a somewhat self
isfied, vainglorious and grumpy i
- who complained that the noted]
lish actress continually laugbed in
of his most important scenes. He
15not the courage to tell her his ol
tions, so he wrote her a letter of h
broken complaint, in which he
" am extremely sorry to tell you
it is impossible for me to make an
feet in such and such a scene if
Spersist in laughing at mue on the I
and so spoiling the situation. M1
ask you to change your attitud
the scene is a most trying one?"
Miss Terry's answer was very
and to the point, for she wrote:
are quite mistaken. I never lani
you on the stage. I wait till
The Point of His Warning.
"You ain't acquainted around
much. be ydu?" asked the mounta
IR of te man on horseback.
"I ecknednot. I don't belie
go down the trail that runs pas
SeGore's shack if I wah you. Al
his boss stole last week."
"But this isn't his horse."
"You don't seem to understt
e r ain't accusin you of stealin hit
I'm simply intimatini to you t.
present Abe happens to be in D
a hoss purty bad. I wouldn't gc
rSthat road if I was you."-Indial
Doubts Salt's Efficacy.
A"I notice." said Uncle Allen
"a couple of our learned pro
have found the secret of pro
life. It is simply to have phe
salt in the system. If that's tr
I'm not saying it isn't, Lot'
ught to be alive today, whici
tinued Uncle Allen reflectively
liev she is not."-Chicago Trib
Re Stunned the Porter.
On one occasion Sims Reeves, the
'amous tenor, was stranded at a coun
:ry junction waiting for a train. It
,vas cold and miserable, and the singer
vas naturally not in the best of tem
pers. While chewing the cud of disap
pointment an old railway porter who
'ecognized him from the published por
traits entered the waiting room.
"Good evening, Mr. Sims Reeves," he
"Good evening, my man," replied the
vocalist, getting ready the necessary
tip. But the man sought for informa
tion rather than tips.
"They tell me you earn a heap of
money," he remarked.
"Oh!" murmured Mr. Reeves.
"And yet," pursued the porter, "you
don't work hard. Not so hard as I do,
for Instance. But I dessay you earn
p'raps ten times what I do-eh':"
"What do you earn:' asked the
"Eighteen shillings a week all the
year round," said the porter.
Sims Reeves opened his chest. "Do,
re, mi-do," he sang, the last note be
ing a ringing top one. "There. my
man; there's your year's salary gone."
The amazed railway man gazed won
deringly at the singer for a full min
ute. Then, as though his thoughts
were "far too deep for words," he si
lently resumed his prosaic occupation.
Not Stroug Enough.
At one of the clubs the other day
two members were arguing about will
The conceited man, who was in the
habit of boring all present with his
pointless tales, said that his will was
stronger than his friend's.
"You are wrong there," said the quiet
man, "and I will prove it in this way:
You go and stand in that corner, and
I will will you to come out of it. You
will against me, and I bet you that I
will have you from that corner before
I have commanded you a second time."
The smart one to'ok the bet and put
himself in the corner. The quiet man
said in a commanding voice:
"Come out of that corner!"
The other grinned and shook his
head. The quiet man sat down and
looked at him steadily. Five minutes
passed, and the man of will said, with
a sneer: "Hadn't you better give it up'
I don't feel any influence at all, and I
can't stand here all the evening."
"There Is no hurry." said the quiel
man, "and I have a very comfortablk
seat. There is no time limit excep1
that you are to come out before I as
you twice, and as I don't intend to as
you again until this day week I thini
you will feel the intluence befor
The smart one came out looking ver:
Even a Scotchman cannot always b
humorous, if he would. Like othe
people. however, be is sometime
funny without meaning to be. Th
Scottish-American thinks that th
message sent by a young man i
Peeblesshire to his waiting bride ma
have kept her from worrying over h:
nonappearance, but that she must aft(
- all have received it with mixed fee
SThe bride elect lived In a village sor
*distance from the home of William. tl
~,bridegroom. The wedding was to be:
ther home. On the eventful day ti
y oung man started for the station. b1
n the way met the village grocer. wl
alked so entertainingly that Willia
. missed his train.
2 Naturally he was in what is knov
*r as a "state of mind." Something mu
e be done and done at once. So he se
the following telegram:
Lt Don't marry till I come. wnmus
If the bride elect knew her Whill
ee she probably knew how he felt when
n sent the message and forgave the me
- al confusion wvhich resulted in wi
he must have looked upon as a nel
IS less request.
The Parson and the Skiper.
tt An old globe circler says that
if going around the world there is scar
l lyone traveler in a hundred who
members that in going from east
west a day is gained and that in gol
from west to east a day is lost. Mt
g.- of those who come into contact w
12 his truth knew all about it when tl
n- were at school, but never think of
n- on the high seas. In illustrati'on
w tthe point he tells this story:
y "y yfirst trip around the world
from England to Australia. Out
err the middle of the Pacific a sign
of put announcing that the date
Thursday, July 17. This was all rii
Lie, but the next day the same cian
5." put up again. This was -~ n p9
tnity for those of us who Ejtght
were real wise to show the Sh
oficers that they were not iufall
m,, After we had expended our c-hoi
sa rcasm and had been rebuffed by
rious officers the captain set
"On my way back one day the<
ie went up announcing that itvWas Sa
n'tt day, Aug. 13. The next day the
thhe said Monday. Aug. 13. Two mia
ng- on board thought the captamif a s<
what profane old salt, who had
- pped a day to avoid the rehligius
emies which they had prep~ared.
em- convinceT them' that it was a
sat-r coincidence that on that par'ti
tor date the lost day wvatScud::y.
angg- then I have never atten'rpedl to t
onad the ship's navigator his busfis,
hat1 he can skip a century if he w
tac- wwthout my saying a word."-]
aim mre Sun.
thaat Surprised by Dickens.
r efe-- I vividly recall hearing Ch
yoou Dickens read selections from his
tagege ritings in Steinway hall. New
ayay Icciy, shortly after the close of our
, as wa~~wr," said a well konjde
hall was densely packed with au
irect ence of cultured people, by far th'
"You or part of wvhom3 were intense a
h at ers of th'e man who was to enti
getgettthm that evening. I was a your
then, but was glad to part with
hear the author of 'Nicholas Nici
herred his own lines. But his a:
hereerance on the stage, though greet
ineer applause, was a distinct shock. sC
oughly out of keeping was his co
, et Idth te conventional evening at
e IAbd a gentleman. Hie was clad in a
*eadvelvt coat that looked exactly
e hadssmking jacket, velvet vest to
and a flaming red necktie. S
gar igab was In reality an affront
nd.s . Impertinence to that fashionabi
hostsatassemblage. But it was overloo
at atan eccentricity of genius, and
dop aplause attended the rendition.
downlis"Nowadays the newspapers~
apolisroast any man, however famo
daring to come before the pui
such grotesque attire. but I do
cal kslcllthat any of the New York
paresscriicriiised the distinguished visi
essorsnhisissartorial laxity." - Was:
wif ItifeIs one of the privileges of
" c"oc.n- liveand learn, but some men
I be. llive a great deal more than the
Six Frightened Lions.
An incident at the Porte St. Martin
theater in Paris has become part of
the annals of the show business. The
chief feature of the exhibition was a
"turn" consisting of the casting of a
young woman securely bound into a
cage of lions heralded as being the
fiercest and most bloodthirsty of man
The woman who had the part of the
victim was taken ill, and a substitute
was found in the wife of one of the
trainers, herself a trainer of some ex
perience, but without any acquaintance
with these particular six lions. As she
was somewhat nervous she carried a
small club ready for use should occa
Amid the breathless silence of the
spectators the ringmaster explained
the fero c'ous nature of the lions and
the tentrle risk of the woman, and
she was thrust in at the cage door.
In the excitement of the occasion the
door was not securely shut after her.
No sooner was she fairly inside than
the six monarchs of the jungle, seeing
that a strange person had been forced
upon them, raised a chorus of shudder
ing terror, bolted for the cage door,
clawed it open and with dragging tails
and cringing flanks fled out through
a rear entrance and found refuge in a
cellar, whence they were dislodged on
ly after great difficulty.
It was a week before the "ferocious
man eaters" were sufficiently recover
ed from their terrors to reappear in
A Splendid Bluff.
Sir Walter Besant is said to have
once settled a disputed cab fare in a
novel manner. He drove from Picca
dilly to some place in the suburbs out
side the radius. On getting down he
tendered to the driver three shillings
and sixpence, which was a little over
the proper fare. The man, however,
wanted five shillings. Besant refused.
"I'd like to fight you for it," said the
"The very thing," said Besant, who
had Iever in his life put on a boxing
glove and was almost as ignorant as
Pickwick even of the fighting attitude.
"The very thing! Capital! We'll
have the fight in the back garden.
My brother will look on, hold the
stakes and see fair!"
The cabman got down slowly, as if
he did not quite care about it after all.
He followed into +he garden, where
there was a lovely bit of green turf.
Besant placed the five shillings In his
friend's -hands, took off his coat and
waistcoat and rolled up his sleeves
all with an air of cheerful alacrity.
"Now, my friend," said he, "I as
ready as soon as you are." His anxiety
was great, but it decreased as hE
watched the cabman's face expres
successively all the emotions of bounce
surprise, doubt, hesitation and abjec
"No, no," he said at last. "Gimme
e .the three and six. I know your tricks
r both of you. I've been done this wa;
e Broken at the Wheel.
n In the diary of that remarkable ma
Y General Patrick Gordon, who left Sco
is land in 1651 a poor, unfriended wat
rr derer and when he died in 1699 had h
I- eyes closed by the affectionate hanc
of his sorrowing master, the czar PetE
,e the Great, the following entry is to 1
i found, under date of Hamburg. MarC
it 22, 16:
1 "This day, r. man and a woman,
Lit burger of the towne being the womfal
0 master, for murthering, were cart4
m from the prisone to the house whe
the murder was committed; and the
in before this house, with hotte pinsel
*st the flesh was torren out of their arm4
nt and from thence were carted to t
place of justice without the towne, al
.there broken and layed on wheels."
An instance 50 years later than thc
hequoted at the last reference is recox
.n-ed in the "Correspondence of Mr.
att seph Jekyll" (Murray, 1894). In ApI
. -1775, from the balcony of his lodgin
at Orleans, Jekyll saw a criminal b:
ken on the wheel. In a letter to I
father (p. 13) he enters minutely iI
in the sIckenIng details, adding that "1
ce- crime of the unfortunate creature u
r- burglary, as we learnt from his si
t tence, which Is posted up at every c
ing ner of the streets."-Notes and Queri
tth Wetal Ignorane.
xy Farmer-Sec here, you! You reme
it ber putting two lightning- rods on:
o barn last spring, don't you? Well, t)
barn was struck six weeks after e
i-as burned down.
in Peddler-Struck by lightnin?
vas "It was."
vas "In the daytime?"
sht, "No; at night."
, -as "Must 'a' been a dark nIght, was
we "Yes; dark as pitch."
ip's Lanterns burnin?"
ble. "What lanterns?"
eest "Didn't you run lanterns up 'em
va- dark nights?"
us "Never heard of anything like tha
"Well, if you don't know enougl
:ard keep your lightnin rods showmn
.tur- needn't blame me. G-lang!" - 1
sign York Weekly.
ters Englihmen In America.
Among Englishmen who come
.ev-America a British author, Mir. Vac
eve enumerates "the parson's son, the
neotune hunter. the moral idiot, the
'tlrmittance man and the sportsman.'
ina It is a clever and comipreher
mech catalogue, but it omits one of the t
and most Interesting to Amuericans-th
ande responsible "younger son" sent to
ishes. States" to seek a fortune he has r
>ti been able to find at home or to t
a maturing crop of wild oats.
arle s Card.
Yorvn Harry-Uncle George, at the ex
ciithis marriage notice of Cousin 'I
'-hit says, "No cards." What does
audma- Uncle George-It doesn't mean
d r hing, Harry. That Is to say, it is
dmir- a ablind. It is a promise that Ton
igtrgive up cards, but, bless you, he
gster bbe a month married before he
by ' ack to the poker table again.
peaar - hange.________
ed by His Sight Not Offended.
thoume Styles-I do hate to see a sw
stumeofhanging on to a strap In a street
sotir fBarton-And so you always
shorte awoman a seat when you have
match StylesNo, I never go quite so
ndhan that. I give my whole attention
yndlad ewspaper, you see. In that w:
ye asadsight is not offended by the poor
mucha woman.-Botonl Transcript.
ulday and fixed holidays ex<
would itIs estimated that ?20,000 wc
for or ffsh is daily dragged out of the
biinB intish emn.
papers Her singing.
~tor for Father-You heard my daught'
xingtou last night?
Father-Did you observe the b
maan to quality of her notes?
seem to ArtistAherthere are so
y learn, kinds of birds, don't you knov
troit Free Press.
Watches anc Jewelry.
1 want my friends and the i1n1 I(i k.raly to nOw that when in need of a
Wedding, Birthday or Christmas Present,
iat in the futnr, as well as the past, I an preptried to snpply theI. My line of
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Fine China Wedgewood Spectacles and Eye Glasses
Is couip'ete, riii it will afford me pleasure to show tlem.
Special and prompt attention given to all Repairing i - iuy line
it prices to suit the tU1u.- .
Atlantic Coast Line .W. FOLSOM, "SUTER
Watch Inspector, Ls S.uC
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a _______________________ Manning Times Block.
d Bnggies, Wagons, REoan SURVEYOR'S CARD.
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s BLACKSMITH SHOP.
as I repair Stoves. Pumps and run water
s~ ipes. or I will puit down a new Pump
r- If you need any soldering done. give DOES NE AT
es me acall.
My horse is lame. Why? BecauseI
did 'not have it shod by R. A. White.
Sthe man that puts on such neat shoes
atand makes horses travel with so much Ob P i ti
We Make Thiem Look New.
We are making a specialty of re
painting old Buggies. Carriages. Road
Carts and Wagons cheap.
n't Come and see me. 3My prices will;
lease you, and I guarantee all of my GV SATIL
Shp on corner below R. 31. Dean's.
n R. A. W HIT E
:." MANNING, S. C
sive e are now in positionI to ship Beer
res all overi this, state at the followinu
ph Pi ts '-\port bottles. tive and ten oo
ever dcenn package, at
* New 0c Per Dozen. -Y
We will allow you 18e peri dozen f.o.b.
your depot for all Export pint bottles
and can use all other bottles and will
dd of give standard prices for same. *
tt Cash Must Accompaniy All OrdeIs1
an-All or der s hall have our' pr'omplt and ~
onlycareful attention. tI~ l ~g~iRilS1
Er- lRAlIA BREWINGCO0.,
1To Executors. Administrators. Guardia
Charleston, S. C. committcee:
oman re. pet .tl calyu tteti~ to ta
l- e aSURANCEepe-tully
ne toF R E L IF E . AI N T AN Se . 2o6H (94 ). E xecutors. A dm inis
frGLRYIasR - Guardians and Committees. shall a
'ar a --~~while any estate remains in their cart
omy taior= ~ Made Clothing- tox' t"n teie beforeefir Payo
y m my FIT GUARAN1 Dar. rend-eom to th yu od f strat
Teary A FUL LINters of'Guardianship, etc.. a just and
count. upon oath, of the receipts and
Caed s, Art Squares, tureso gsucnsh estate eiprecedna
epted, plI.\~s~ a us SES Mhail be deposited with the Inventory
ylredU G . inD ui~ o d rais m ent or other papers elngi ni
theof C rets de n nd .xal n ag du linlg fr- estate. in the office of said J]udg. of
;eabycapet swe n-e n<there to be kept for the inspecto f5
nished FRIE E.sns as may be interested in tih vaC
J. L. W ILSON. former penalties.)
- --------- Approved the ed day irof is.
r in r sing J. F u G- GE
rdlike I wil do ..~vmyn . etc.. in Claren- a-ir
d u da on Counties.
any at t1Lce or address at Sumter. S. MANN INti S. 1'
D C-1 1TI B. IAYNESWORTTH. 'notW NO. :2o
IIILRHIIIU UUW I L.n..
CHARLESTON, S. C., Jan. 13, 1901.
On and after this date the following
>assenger schedule will be in effect:
*35. *23. *53.
av Florence, 3.25 A. 7.55 P.
av Kingstree. 8.57
tr Lanes, 4.38 9.15
lv Lanes, 4 38 9.15 7.40 P.
kr 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 8.32
Lv Lanes, 8 18 6.45
Lv Kingstree, 8 34
Ar Florence, 9.28 7 55
'Daily. t Da'Uy excei.t Sunduy.
No. 52 runs through to Coinmbia via
Central R. R. of S. C.
Trains Nos. 78 and 32 run via Wilson
and Fu3etteville--Short Line--and make
close connection for all points North.
Trains on C. & D. R. K. leave Florence
daily except Sunday 9.55 a in, a'rive Dar
lington 10.28 a in, Cheraw, 11.40 a in,
Wadesboro 12.35 p u,. L. ave Florence
daily except Sunday, 8 00 p in, arrive Dar
lington, 8 25 p in, Hartsville 9.2f p in,
Bnznetsvilie 9.21 p in, Gibson 9.45 p in..
Leave Florence Sunday only 9.55 a m, ar
rive Darlington 10.27. Hartaville 11.10
Leave Gibson daily except Sunday 6.35
a in, Bennettsville 6.59 a in, arive Darling.
ton 7.50 a in. Leave Hartsville daily ex
cept Snday 7 00 a w, arrive Darlington
7.45 a in, leave Darlington 8.55 a in, arrive'
Florence 9.20 a in. Leave Wadesboro daily
except Sunday 4 25 p in, Cheraw 5.15 p in,
FDarlington 6.29 p in, arrive Florence 7 p
in. Leave Hartsville Sunday only 8.15 a m
Darlington 9.00 a in, arrive Florence 9.20
J. R. KENLEY, JNO. F. DIVINE,
Gen'l Manager. Gen'l Sup't.
T. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager.
H. M. EMERSON, Gen'l Pass. Agent.
55. 35 52.
Lv Wiimington,'3.45 P.
Lv 3 arion, 6.40
Ar Florence, 7.25
Lv Florence, *8.00 *2.50 A.
Ar Sumter, 9.12 4.00
Lv Sumter, 9.12 *9.28 A.
Ar Columbia, 1035 11.00
No. 52 rins through from Charleston via
Central R. B., leaving Charleston 6 25 a in,
Lanes 8.02 a m, Manning 8.50 a m.
54. 53. 32.
Lv Columbia, 'C.40 A. '415 P.
Ar Sumter, 8.05 5.3.5
Lv snm ter, 8.05 '6.24 P.
Ar Florence, 9 20 7.35
Lv Florence, 10.00
Lv Marion, 10 35
Ar Wilmington, 1.25
No. 53 rune through to Charleston, S. C.,
via Centa al B. 11., arriving Manning 6.04
p m, Lanes, 6.43 p m, Charleston 8.20 p m.
'T'rains on Conway Branch leave Chad.
bourn 5.35 p in, arrive Conway 7.40 p in,
returning leave Conway 8.15 a m, arrive
Chadbourn 11.35 a in, leave Chadbourn
11.50 a ii,arrive at Boardman 12.25 p m,
reurning leave Boardman 3.00 p m, arrive
at Chadbouin 3.35 p m. Daily except Sun
J. R. KENLY, Ge'l Manager.
T. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager.
H. M. EMERSON, Gen'l Pass. Agent.
CENTRAL It. R. OF SO. CAROLINA.
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, 8.50
Lv Alcolu, . 9.16 "
Lv Brogdon, 9.25 "
Lv W. & S. Janet., 9.38"
- Lv Sunder, 9.40 "
Ar Columbia, 11.00"
Lv' Columbia, 4.00 P. M.
ud Lv Sumter, 5.13 "
nd Lv W. &S.Junet. 5.15 "
i- Lv Brogdon, ~52
Lv Manning, 604 "
Lv Wilson's Mill, 5.50 "
- Lv Foreston, 5.57 "
-- Lv Greeleyville, 6.05 " -
Ar Lanes, 6.17 "
Ar Charleston, 8.00 "
MANCHESTER & AUGUSTA B. R.
Lv' Sumter, 4.00 A. M,.
Ar Creston, - 4.52 "
Ar Orangebur'g, 5.16 ".
Ar Denmark, 5.55 "
Ar Augusta, 7.55 "
Lv Augnsta, 2.40 P. Mf.
Lv Denmark, 4.35 "
Lv Orangeburg, 5.-10"
Lv Creston, 5.34 "
Ar Sumter, 6.24 "
Trains 32 and 35 carry through Pullman
palace buffet sleeping cars between New
F York and Macon via Augusta.
Tnmz TaBE No. 3,
In effect Wednesday, Oct. 17th, 1900.
Between Sumter and Camden.
Mixed-Daily except Sunday.
No. 69. No. 71. No. 70. No. 68.
PM AM AM PM
_545 950 Le..Sumter..Ar 910 515
550 952 N.W.Junctn 905 510
615 1015 ...DalzelI... 835 440
630 1030 ...Borden... 800 420
6 45 -1050 ..Itemblerts . 7 40 4 05
6 55 10 55 .. Ellerbee .. 7 30 4 00 -
7 20 11 20 So Ry Junetn 7 10 3 40
7 30 11 30 Ar..Cainden.. Le 7 00 3 30
(S C & G Ex Depot)
P 11 P M A M P M
Between Wilson's Mill and Sumter.
Southabound. - - Northbound.
No. 73. Daily exceplt Snnadaiy No. 72.
P M Stations. P Mf
2 00 Le.......Sumter......r 12 30
2 03 ...N WJnnction... 1227
3 20...........ilver..........11 05
3~ .....Millard .........100
510........... Davis......... 920
530.........Jordan ... ....-..903
6 00 Ar.. ilson's Mins..L 8 43
Between Millard and St. Paul.
Sonthboun d. Northbound.
-No 73. No. 75. No. 72. No. 74.
SP M A M Stations A M P M
3 30 10 00 Le Millard Ar 10 35 4 05
' '3 40 10 10Ar St. Paul Le 1025 3 55
PM AM AM PM
THOS. WILSON, President.
SJ. S. BELL,
r erly Opp. Central Hotel, Mannfling, S. C.
s.BicyCles and Bicycle Supplies.
ornuasy as eli'wheels and guarantee my
ul Io lof eai work.
Tcta MACHINERY REPAIRINC A SPECIAL.TY.
tre%~ ac .l work entrusted to me will receive
plna1r'omipt asttenltion either day or night.
to suchJ. S. BELL.
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