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Watches and Jewelry.
I want my friends and tie publie Nncn y t' know that wb-n in nieed of a
Wedding, Birthday or Christmas Present,
That in the fntrr. a, weli as thle past, I atU prepareti to snpply them. My line t
Watches Clocks Sterling Silver Diamonds Jewelry Cut Glass
Fine China Wedgewood Spectacles and Eye Glasses
Is conpete. and it will abffrd me pieasure to show them.
Special and prompt attention given to all Repairing a I
It prceo to S1it tle ti mes.
Atlantic Coast Line I AI i f' M SUMTER.
Watch Inspector. LmnW . FO L.SO MI S.C.
Look to Your Interest.
Here we are, still in the lead. and why suffer witl your eyes when you
can be suited with a pair of spectacles with so little troubleY We carry the
Celebrated HAWKES Spectacles and Glasses,
Which we are offering very cheap, from 23c to $2.50 and Gold Frames at $3
to $6. Call and be suited.
W. M. BROCKINTON.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signatnre of
, and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
X1 Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nrcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishnuess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
CENUINE CASTOR IA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of~
Thle IKid~ You1 HaYe Always B0o1ght
In Use For Over 30 Years.
ThE CCNTAUR OOMMNY. TT MURRAY STREC.T. NEuW YORK CiTY.
WHY SUFFER FROM CHILLS FESVEAS
* * .Grippe and all other forms of maladies when you
can be cured by
"" Roberts' Chill Tonic
CHILL.TONIC The world does not contain a better remedy. Many
wonderful cures made by it. 25 cents a bottle.
* * Money refunded if it faills to do the work. Delight
25 *. ful to take.
THE R. B. L.ORYEA DRUC STORE.
! Hardware; Tinware, Cutlery j
~jL. B. DuRANT, i
:Headquarters for Machinery Supplies, Rub- : 0
~, ..ber, Leather and Canvass .
Stitch Beltitg. 4-4 ,
S The grandest display of Stoves in the .A
SState. Come an'd see them. +5
+ All kinds of Sportsmen's Supplies. e
* I invite an inspection of my stock of Sin-+
$gle and Double Harness and Saddles. 4 i
SI yield to none in having as fine a selectiong
+of Mechanical Tools as can be found any- +_
IG always keep a full stock of LUTBRICAT
+ N OILS.+
$ Come to see me. '
L. B. DuRANT.
SUMTER # MILITARY @ ACADEMY
AND FEMALE .SEI1INARY,
(Chartered. - ITER. ,-'. C. -Norn-Sectarian.)
CLARENCE J. OWENS, A. M., President.
OBJECT-That our Youna Me-n mayv be developed physleally. zmentally. mlt adie. andt t-iIat
our Daughtcrs may be as corner stones. polished after the similitude of a palac.
COURSEs-Literary fRerular. Scientifie (Re::ular). Music. Voeal and Jfnstrumienital. Art.
Charcoal and Cast Drawin:. Pastel. wate-r tolor. Crayon and Oil. Portraiture and ii:ia Paint
ing. Commercial: Book-keepina. Stenoaraphy. Typewritinr. Elocution. Oratory antd r>xpr'
sion. Military: Dril. Physical and Itayonet Exercis-' Si~zmaling' and Military Stiene".
EXPENE 1atricuion. 5.: Board per n onth, is.h: Tution ter nmonth. M.io: S-ram.
for yea 00k> ADVANTAGk-l. Aecessible location- Sixsteen pasisencer trainli per dJay: 2
Healthfulness-Pure water, good drainage: it. Beauty-wide avenues, handsome iouidinrs,
majestic oak: 4. Influence--Social, intellectual andi reliaious: :\. Enterprise.-Trade and mnanu
facturing center: 6. School Oriranizations-Lterary societie-. Y .M. C. A.. Y. W. C. Colie
Journal: 7. Faulty- Six male and six female teacher-. repre-ent ina leadi~na collea tud univ'r
Apply. for IlTred Ctarloun.
Be Sure You Read.
The man who would like to know
something about astronomy must lay
out a little scheme of study for him
self, get the books which are neces
sary and have them at hand the mo
ment he is at leisure. The man who
wishes to familiarize himself with po
litical economy, with politics or with
industrial questions, which are now of
such importance, must find out what
textbcoks he ought to have, secure
those textbooks and keep them by his
The man who wishes to know litera
ture does not need to lay out an elabo
rate plan which fills him with discour
agement by its very magnitude, but he
does need to decide what author he is
going to read next, and he does need
to get the book and keep it within easy
Almost all the great classics are now
published in such portable forms that
a mar can carry a play of Shakespeare,
the essays of Bacon. the poems of Ten
nyson or of Browning, a translation of
"Faust," -Matthew Arnold's criticisms,
Emerson's essays or John Burroughs'
charming transcriptions of nature in
his coat pocket and substitute them for
the newspaper which Is thrust in his
face by an cager newsboy and which
he buys because he has nothing else to
One Hopeful Sign.
While I was living in California,
writes an Englishman, I had the oppor
tunity of noting the extreme considera
tion shown to employees by California
employers. I cannot recall an instance
of a cruel and cutting rebuke from one
In authority to a clerk or servant dur
ing the seventeen years of my stay.
A friend of mine had a clerk who
was always forgetting important du
ties. Letters would be forgotten, im
portant entries on the books omitted,
and messages even were sometimes not
delivered. Said my friend to me one
"Really, I must speak to John."
So John was summoned, and I won
dered what manner of rebuke would
fall upon his head.
"John," said my friend, "it is most
astonishing what a very bad memory
you have. But I believe that in time it
will improve, because I have noticed
that you have never once forgotten to
draw your salary on the first of the
John took the hint, and after that my
friend was more faithfully served.
Antiquity of the Water Pump.
The water pump of today is but an
improvement on a Grecian invention
which first came into use during the
reign of Ptolemies Philadelphos and
Energetes, 283 to 221 B. C. The name,
which is vpry similar in all languages,
Is derived from the Greek word pempo,
to send or throw. The most ancient de
scription we have of a water pump is
by Hero of Alexandria. There is no
authentic account of the general use of
the pump in Germany previous to the
beginning of the sixteenth century.
At about that time the endless chain
and bucket works for raising water
from mines began to be replaced by
In the seventeenth century rotating
pumps. like the Pappenham engine,
with two pIstons, and the Prince Ru
pert, with one, were first used. Pumps
with plunger pistons were invented by
Morland, an Englishman, in 1674, and
the double acting pump by De la Hire,
the French academician.
Grose relates that Caulfield. meeting
Mr. Thomas Sandby, said: "My dear
Sandby, I'm glad to see you. Pray. is
It you or your brother?" It was a
Spaniard who remarked ingeniously
that an author should always wrIte his
owr. index, let who will write the
book. Edgewort~h relates the story of
an English shopkeeper who (lid pretty
well in the direction of the bull proper
when, to recommend the durability of
soue fabric for a lady's dress, he said,
"Madam, it will wear forever and
make you a petticoat afterward." This
is quite equal TO the Irishman's rope
which had only one end because the
other had been Cut .away.-Temple Bar.
Good butter will l:eep.sweet for many
weeks when it is placed in a crock
after being made into rolls wrapped
in strong cheesecloth or old muslin
and then covered wvith a brine strong
enough to bear up an egg. Saltpeter
and sugar may be added to advantage
while the brine is still hot in the pro
portion of a teaspoonful of the former
and a tablespoonful of the latter to ev
ery four quarts. The brine must, how
ever, not be poured upon the butter
until it is entirely cold.
To Varnish Bronze.
To make a brilliant black varnish
for bronze make a bath of equal parts
of nitrate of silver and nitrate of cop
per. Dip the articles to be treated into
this liquid and allow them to remain
there for some time. Upon withdrawal
et them over the flame of an alcohol
lamp until the black potina color has
The Dead One.
An pld colored woman was "taking
on" the other day over the death of
her b~. as she was going from the
church to the hack which was to take
her to the cemetery. A white woman
who knew her happened to be passing
and said sympathetically:
"Which one of your children is dead,
Aunt Eliza ?"
"The one in the hearse," moaned the
Oxygen forms one-fifth of the atnmos
phere, eight-ninths of the waters and,
taking all together, one-half of all the
materials of the globe, so far as they
are known. As carbon is the basis of
all the organic substances of the world,
so oxygen, the supporter of life and
combustion, represents its living ener
It is easy enough to smile when you
tread upon rose leaves, but try it when
each step leaves blood prints upon the
thorns. Some of the lines in your face
may curve downward then.
' weak, exhausted,
and en ergy anl
gone. It's because
y our Liver and
. Kidneys are de
Sranged. Do not
lng symptoms but
LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP
today. It tones, builds up, and keeps the
entire system in a healthy condition and
and make you strong and robust.
Your druggist has Pr. Thacher's Liver
and Blood syrup. and Dr. Thacher's
Liver Medicine (Dry), or he can get
them. If he won't, send us 25 cents
for a package. or 50 cents for a bottle
-But Try Your Druggist First.
Write our Consultation Department.
explaining your symptoms and receive
free confidential aan ce.
......HUEKDS own5rT. chauaooPa KEln
MUST BE SOLD
$10,000 Stock AT SACRIFICE PRICES
Now Is Your Time to Save Money and
Money Is Needed Saving This Year.
Having decided to move froim Mamling on Januarv 1st. 1902,
we offer our entire stock
AT ACTUAL COST
less freight. so as to save time, i-oiuble and expense of packing
and shipping our goods.
2,000 pair Shoes, 500 Men's Suits, 200 Yout's
Suits, 400 Knee Suits, a full line of Hats, a
beautiful line of Dry Goods, 1,000 pair of
Men's, Boys' and Children's Pants, Shirts of
all descriptions, Notions Furniture, Gent's
Furnishings, etc., etc.
It is nothing hit a rare. good chance. We mean business
and will do what we claim. It is to our benefit to do so. The
sooner and quicker we sell out the better for us.
Onr stock must be reduced and the goods must and will go.
COME AT ONCE!
The time is shrwt; the sooner yon come the better ehoice
Come quick and convince yourself how easy yon can and
will save money by buying your goods at
T HE NEW IDEA,
I M, K. EK SNOF , Proprietor,
Cures Blood Poison.-Treatment Free. i cure To ?xpensive, Ls itra natCido ieh
Blood poison is the worst disease on Warts are curious things. TheyI ograhitanvaelsofFlyM
earth yet the easiest to cure when B. come and go mysteriously, although " aehr edsstCabransCn
B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) is used. their going is frequently marked by adtecidrcvrd"Ti e~yntn
Many have pimples. spots on the skin, exasperating delays, and there are al- CrSCO~ u hngvna ona h r
ulcers, mucous patches,- falling hair, Insasm yifaibecrssth e
itching skin, bone pains, rheumatism, a re warts, the only trouble with theseanmybegenacnfdtltobbya
catarrh, eating, bleeding, festering cures being that they are usles when a dl.Frsl yTeK .Lre r
sores, scrofula, scabs and scales, cancer, fie to the Stortcularc wartryou, haop
and don't know it is blood poison. Get applid priua atyuhp
Botunic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) $1. A: yen to0 have. They are only good for ~ Wo pdr ie
few Bottles gauranteed to cure the other people's. Odsies hc av ete e
worst cases. Sold at drug stores. 'In my opinion." said a clubman, t merlsomkenofe
Treatment of B. B. B. sent free and who was discussing the subject with a utaott id u h eso t
preaid 'oy writing to Blood Balm Co.,fredoed, awrtimeey11ersdrsyunradwekrht
Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and freeotadcrepnecofonce-teslewihhoteyetu'
medical advice given until cured. B.
B B. thoroughly tested for 30 years.*tlececneGeriofttadbte.b.ivd gealysces
Cures when all else fails. B. B. B.~ge wy n h onel p~ri rvnott
akes the blood pure and rich heals 'te cgv o i fm w x aeanwwb n h l pdrr
every sore, and stops all aches andpeene"hcotne."asyer1aisnpsesonutlasoge
pains. B. B. B. improves the diges-wett upeFoabtthr'yarsidriaesheebadrvs
tion Sol by B. oryc Dru St r ie.. nhd hneda "a wart m itener t.ntu dsossed h
- .~ ~-~.----- tan wexchescence t rid ofrthg, anud drslo etrsaohratch
it geos u awitotefcay.ly~st uss po e et
Soni thimwto Brce [' On "ge large tyou ay bit ofcdemyalownnoeit
It was long aout non when ri"ellce." he ontiuet"ofastear- cthsadeetalyde fhne
bar.He ad te ar an loked he weft fo Eroe all about threert yanrs ~ in edn teBid
tion. o d byg lr B ut hery e as S e.w I d oha d fo w a o ut y x little itleIfingery ivd n
erysig ofa bd nght listetced ate wicht had trnied evrthiu aing cou ntyutlheldet mvdt h
the artnde: .and t hd n metal ondtio tofee w ast sentto er a ctifa schooof ineh
"I wnt omehin ~o ri~e u pn" on I ee ou ave ne n te b cr oupa instituion, whre, sdysrindoer on
"Al rihtsir '5l itbe? yur and Togetallabot i fr ogeach ay heas agt by Fe, M
"Ge th igg~ eg~qna~p las an fe weksandit illgo wayo I ger ohe afwseo training laiss ng
brek iveegs i) t. ~ef. ed asd ashowrth ied taner wshoas
Chapan.the iu'endr, lo~e ~. '!~," aidtb~ the cibmau. aru d she cdrepc," ovee. myi reular nte ute
himsusiciusl an hsitted gig hs aonder, ~ut cq'tcufr es cr, ut whe do n' uc loon it the r
*'Tats ha wat, h oderd. I o akea ri t ~uop fr he s ymponsappar, mi pr n"threratac.
Chapman boke fiveraw eggscontheioscno ogpoemwarr.o-houth'sCmmful substance
glas andwaitd fotfutherordea.cin.. Loya o.
"Now aowiOtdoS champagne."
Chapma opend the ottle andrheheTomLateroialereto.make oneaote
customer pured it o topnof teoeggsto'rdnof liteandethebeeropresen
and, taing a soon, strred termip-decessityouneaningnhi dailyrreadab
ture thooughly nd thendranhei.sworkigheihahtahen dose ovcaru,
Cincnnai CmmecialTriune Bu themedlesme octosatmtled . The invatestrender.ysced
him ot andsave him o socety. The greateer srreder i rn t nac
Pra a Medcin. "O, Hrac," mane hiswif, la ke wafaew weand tht od espe orec
Thatthefrut psseses eryconid- ug verhim "wh di yo tae tan27,a18 ossessionfortil ac stroge
erabe vrtuein his espct i co- awul tuff Ladanuwold hvepider ivs srohen forts a dri
cede by ost minet auhoriies bee les paiful ud s muc s der cald mrenblesaohtac, but a ezri
an r hi rasnaswel s --hcao Tbu nihoe, fc.Iol pried sbit on mltel surrondt
countoftheinr foo Braue the aro n-._______ dadct f.TesredrIeue
Itde wasmaong theu foods s whabenfo ia rnaig il asas 6gnrl,00o
welids idree mannd tups whoise dithefrtheino rnaigI So oe ere vr40gn
bar.ie hadoer ar randt oer iatve enyv age akt 62 ti.10m aless ery0 tnad
robstgn of a,"bybacdrd nightwhch ase storetchedh~n
Aimshf, rubell hcsohead rice sad prnetnoodb WlimBafr
"ev.Iswan s ehin to erae or eihra htat".eranplc-botsm
bakfasigt, lunheo. o "W al dest esp-ypud fIo a hnbII " htd o hn fm da?
"Getyfo the hldor eignad, s andtae urdtewol ecnrbtr
ofhapmaw.athe bdrtehes, eulye- Aniatfhy aktemaucit yuv o i
hi placi usea and po tatead.hay nSizradadiaygo epe vr rgnlie.
"That' what want, pldesaans weordehseae "Yureed.a ou dasae r
Caman oe Exe riwee. in resetdweee h err ernL-hldlaPes
"Yu reqit sr, ncegrerdsw larer in-gn npoaiy h
she uerid, thatJudyhasno iea elyfo ioln thetmnto plepar-Wat Wt tw
there re onl hook in thse itw forl the tiposed fe thebatljourney?"sheaskd
boxs yu tok hismoringove ~wharty v okdfritaotsxw ereks.hebekastbefrh
the courtouse in telctrt?"hadhbeenautilate heinigut eforeiag
"MissMa'y" anwere theold h e slihtet mrk I sipl shehargotetorivtim
withdignty. dne hd thee wves ith no menal conedto tothn."h feed eel. 'ha
colred'ooan' togue"-MS. uron. ayee you have one o.n u hl thengbackcof
Harrisn in ippincttyouri hand. ~ufferet For couths cr oup.
_______________ fewnweis, grand thrwinter wa o- it- nisasf giewq~u~
Bodily Proportion-.ps,"nt Onaiute oug reae ehmtvs olwrther theman shug
The ropotion ofthe umanftg faile At trptoroptle ftior r epl b baol the broke
ure sas n aatois, ae sx ime hrmlss.(' B.Geoge Wichete, Ioftht cmm gool acitall into t
the lengh of theright fot.lThehaceand. writeualOur lttle gfr wusgat
from te higest pont ofthe foeheadhtackelwithcroupiate oehnighland.
where te hairbegins to theendofthetlA Inoo d re a way i edtt (ne te
chi, i on-teth f te hol sttur. W gae hr fe does f Oe M - ticounty runired)eropa rsnt mond todte
wase t s tabihe "raltbuies shouse o
The and fro th writ t theend ute 'ouh Cue. t, rlieed hr ti a t iinanlstitind h uing ay$80 oneehl
of he idde fngr, s aso netenh imedatly nd he en toslep. ohe with dansews toaught pybe incm
she wok netmonin shhadnoachWenesa irec from sheakd ofhe. school,
of te ttal eigt. rom he rownsins f horsnss o crup. Th ~shan cariepised, hen eesary ee
Sfrny, punger I dxon u ideit Chca
oCheape ofee the kbsote lfdtheB oo Lte For RetIs . ~veoe ]n t sefadegdsapde
utomer taure itoPo fteeg ired. ofo.f an teeerpreen
''waAik iteah ham .
Before the days of proper safeguards
a good many cattle got in the paths of
Michigan railroads and were killed
outright or so badly injured as to ne.
cessitate putting them out of misery.
These happenings frequently afforded
the owners of the cattle an opportunity
to bring suit against the railroad com
panies, so that the employees were re
quired to be very careful as to details
and to keep a strict record of the man
ner of a cow's death, etc. Regular
printed reports of such cases had to
be turned in by the section master,
who was required to fill out blanks
stating the probable age of the deceas
ed animal, weight, color, distinguish
Ing marks and disposition of carcass,
the animal being sometimes cut Up
and sold for beef.
Naturally It was- an Irish section
"schuperintin'dber" whoa like Finni
gan in his terse report of a wreek.
simply stated, "Off ag'lin, on ag'In-Fin
negan," made out the record of a er
tain bovine tragedy In a characteristic
way. Mike guessed pretty well at the
age and weight and color of the dead
cow, but when he came to the line
"disposition of carcass" he scratched
bis head reflectively.
"Sure," he muttered, "she doled aisy.
annyway." Then opposite the line he
scrawled, "Kind and gentle"-Detroit
What a Daub of Ink Did.
A certain newspaper proprietor had a
way of appearing in the composing
and press rooms at the most unexpected
times, and as his visits often resulted
in a general "shakeup" of the working
forces of the paper they were awaited
with fear and trembling by the em
One time one of the pressmen, an ex
celent workman, who bad been there
many years4 but was- sometimes gSRty
of a lapse of sobriety, had a black eye
and was in a quandary as to what ex
euse he should offer if the proprietor
noticed it. By'a sudden inspiration he
seized an Ink roller and daubed, some
ink on his face, quite covering the dis
coloration. Presently the governor
came in and, with the foreman,-went
through the room, commenting on ev
ery detail and looking very sharply at:
every workman. When about to leave,
he suddenly pointed- to the Inky pes
man and said. "What 'is .that man's
The man quaked In his shoes until he
continued slowly: "I want you to give
that man 5 shillings a week more
wages. He is the only man In. the
room who looks as if he had been
A FUlble Siga.
Mrs. Housekeep-I don't know much
about .the new girl, but she's good
natured ndcb*les, at any rate.
Mr. Houkeep-ow did y1j13nd
isigs at het work.
Mr. Nousekeep-Hugh! That's no
gign. A mosquito doe that.-UW
9hange. gnlmn___ I__
Tn. fleet --s-a=d Ia Lmae.
si English gentleman living in Italyl
whose daughter's husband was afta!
ian offcer said, "Italians make the best
husbands in Europe if tk. have goed
Call on or write me when wishing any
information on Life Insurance for pro
tection or investment.' Ivpresent the
E UrrBLE.the recognized Stronkest~
company nancially in the woi'd.
J1. H. LESESNEJ,
Manning, S. C.
- osyof calrndee I
cCOURT OF COMMdN PLEA&'
David Levi and Abe Levi as Execo,
tors of and Trustees under the will
of Moses Levi, deceased, Plaintiff,
Robert A. Stewart, A. Lucille Stew
art, Ada MI. Stewart and Russett
Judgment for Foreclosure and Sale(
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Court of Com-.
mon Pleas, in the above stated ac
tion, to me directed, bearing ,datied
June 5, 1901, I will sell at public aee
tion, for cash, to the highest bid
der, at Clarendon Court House, at
Manning, in said county, within the
legal hours for judicial sales, on Mbn
day, the 2d day of December,1901, be
ing salesday, the following described
"All that pfece, parcel or lot of
land lying, being and situate in the
town of Manininag, County of Claren
don and -State aforesaid, containing
one acre and three fourths of an acre,
and abutting as follows: North, by
lot of the Methodist church and lot
of Mrs. H ammett: east, by lot of Rev.
James McDowell; south, by New
street and west by Church street."
Sheriff Clarendoni County,.
Mhanning, S. C., Novemaber 6. 1901.
Niige to EigcuI18. I1Ii2o1s,
GuiIis and IoIn illeeS.
Orrxtca or JUDGE or PRoATE, 9
Manning, S. C., August 1, 1900. (
To Executors, AdminIstrators. Guardians and
I respectfully call your attention to annexed
statute. You will please give this matter early
Judge of Probate.
Sec. 2064-(1942). Executors. AdminIstrators,
Guardians and Committees. shall annually
while any estate remains in their care or cus
tody, at any time before the first day of July of
each ycar, render to the Judge of Probate of the
county from whom they obtain Letters Testa
mentary or Letters of Administrators or Let
ters of Guardianship, etp., a 'gist atimt
count, upon oath, of the receipsat 'ei
-tures of such estate the peeigUep
eal be deite dwt the Inventor and ap.
praisement or other papers belonging to such
estate, in the office of said Judge of Probate
there to be kept for the inspection of such per
sons as may be interested in the estate-(unde
Approved the 'dday of March, 1897.
Money to Lend
On improved farming lands. Terms:
as long as wanted; interest, 7 per cent
on large loans: 8 per cent on small
loans. For particulars apply to
LEE & MOISE,
Sumter, 5. C.
,J. M. cCOLLOUGH,
opposite Contral Uotel,
Give me a trial and 1 will give you
the best work for little money. -
Land S1IneyIng and leveli.
I will do Surveying, etc., in Claren
don and adjoining Counties.
Call at office or address at Sumter, S,
C. P. O. Box 101.
CILAzsros, S. C, October 6. 1901
On and after thia date the followvsg
pamsenger schedule will be in effect:
- NORTHEASTERN NAILUOAV.
*35. *23. *3.
Lv Florence. 3.00 A. 7.55 P.
Lv Kingstree. 3 56 9.07
Lv Lanes, 411 t 27 72P.
Ar Clharleiton, 5.40 11.15 90,
'78. *32. '.
Lv Charleston, 6.45 A. 4.45 P. 7.00 A.
Lv Lanes. 8.16 6.10 8.35
Lv Kingstree, 8.32 6.25
Ar Florence, 9.30 7.20
*Dai . Daily except Sunday.
o. ua.theleogh in. Columbia Y1*
Centra- I. R. q Q
TraiANi. 1 2 I Wid:Won
and Fayett 89 male
4close conetI" a -.
Traius on 0. A ff. I. t leave oAnea
daily except Sunday 9.55 a M, arrive Vir.
lington 10.28 a m, Cheraw, 11.40 :a,
Wadenoro 12.35 p us. Leave FloNe
daily ecept Sunday, 80p n, errive Va
lington, 8 25 p M, Hautaville 9.-9 ~.pg,
Bennetsville 9.21 p mu, Gibson 9.4..'.
Leave Elorence Sunday only 9.55 a M, zr
rive Darlingtou 10.27. Hartville 11.10- :
Leave Gibson daily except Suntay a35
a us, Bennettsville 6.59 a m, arrive Darig.
ton 7.50 A-wt .jeave Hartsvilte .dIl :4..
cept bunday 7.00 a, m, arrive beklin7'.
7.45 a m, leave Daringtow 8.55(a ia,
Floremce 9.20 a -in. Legve'Wadeboro
expept Sunday 4 25 y m, Cheraw 5.15
DArlingtan 6.29 p marrive fiorence pV
W. Leave Hartville Stnday only 8.
Darlinigtmn 9.00 a n% arrive Florence
J.1 . KENLEY, JNO. F. DIVIN
GeNIs mner. Gen't
T.'.M. E. E~ON. I'raffio Maaanger.
51 M.. EflERSoN, GOum' -Pau-Age*d
South-Bound. . -
5S. ' 6 . 6}
Lv Wi .ngto,. . 1
liw Marioa, 6.40 .. . 7
Ar Florence, 7.25
riornce, *8.00 *3.00 A.
Ar. Sumter, 11.15 .2
Lv Sumter, 9.15 .. . a.
Ar Colunbia, 10.40 10
l5o. 52-uns throngr from thsr1itot a
Central IL., lev.png Ubarlemtpuj1 00 t.
Lanes 8.35 a m, Manning 9.17 a m.
Lv Columbia, ' 40 A.
Ar Sunde, 8.0% '~8$
Lv .-snrt'r, 86
Ar Florence, 920
Lv Florence, 10.0
Lv .daruion, 10-35.
Ar Wi'nington, 1 25
N . 53 ThaS tho ugh C1haur ton. ow.
-rains on Conway Branb leave (3mi
bourn 11.50 a ra, arrive ConwAy 1.30
returning leave Conway 3.40 p m, a e
Cladbour . Chadhdg
535 4 aj 8.0
. e1 257Y en exo (Wm
d fK ,Y,2GeJ4 1~esa i. -
T. M. EMEESON, Trafile Manager.
hi :. B4E R jsO Gear's Pa%. Agent. -
CENTRAL R. IL OF 80 CABR L
Lv Charleston, 7.00 A. 31.Z
Lv Lanes, 8.37 -
1v Greeleyvile. - 8.50
- Lv Foreston, 8.59 *
Lv Wilson's Miu, 9.07
Sv Manning, M.1 * i
Lv Alcoln, ~ 9.5
-. Ls Brogdon, 9.34 *
Lv W. &. Jnact, 9.43 -.
Lv Columbia 4 4PM.
Lv Sumter, 810 "
Lv W4.Jat#d. 1
Lvao ~ 8
Lv)1arrgi, n ~ '
Lv Greeleyvilie, 7 15
*Ar ezre,, 7,30
Ar r'harl,-ston, 9 10
M1ANClESlisR 4 AUGU$TA -R.ft
Lv diunster, .,04-4 -
Ar rressork, ..L .
Ar Qoaragehary,. 5.14 e
Ar Densarr, 5 48 it
Xr Anata, 757 -
Lv Ana.gm-t, 220P P.l
Lv D~eak,-, 42~ e-.,.
Lv Oranagebarg .4350 ** -.
1,vfrw~a, 5 19 "
Ansay seg 6.09 T
- Triin&s 32 anid 35 carrs through Pullmanm
palace b'sft xleelislt :car tietweea 9e
York and Macon nia Augmstw.a. -
Xlson ad Summerton B..R.'
'ME TAnzE No. 3.
lIn afet -2shfae3 1901. -
Bettween, .unster~ aund C7 aen
* Mix--d--D~ai. e-4.t $sd~ay.
No 61) N. 7I N.70. No.8.
P M A.M A M P t
615 10(0) La.. Saiiut,-r..Ar 9 00 5615 .
6 17 -10 02 N. W Junctis -858. - 5.8
6 43 -11J22 . .. Dal-4... 8-25
7 05 10 32 ...fHarden..... -8000
7 25 10 50 ..t ienhert.a 7 44 4 05
7 35 10 55 .; llerba,e, 73 8& il
750 1130 -C-Ky4qdsm 71G6 -20.
PMa P d A M V31
Be.tween-Wia..qi11:11 and Sumster.
No 73. . Neiiy esaret detida. No. 72.'
P M ' tat~ns. I' N
33 Le..... nt .2. Ar 12.30)
3u'2 . ...N W. Junetaon.. 12
317 .....Tjpsdat ..... . -1
330 ......Paesie.... .113
4 0 :.... .ilvr.... . 110
&0 .... .~amnert.... 10Y10
5 45...... .... Davis......... 9*
600.........Jordan........ . 9
6 45 Ar... ..Wilso's, Mills...:.L . 9 :10
P 'I *.. - - AM,
jtweeni uilje aand St. llaqI
Iontb1 ognu4, ,the4.
No 73 No. 75. No. Y'9 No. 7$.
P M A M tNiir AM P M
4 15 10 15 Le MlatdAr 1044 4 40
4 20 10 25 Ar St PauLa 10:35 - 430
P M A M A. P M;
THOS. WIL8ON, Prebanet. -
And AMl -Manneor of Iron Work..
Special Attto Situ to Hrsaig
We warran~t miagtoga
Beew Bap~EtWRtrehldui g IG
Bdirnab1ist Tna an flss.