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Mhere Are Two Classes, the Genudn*
and the Pretenders.
It has sometimes been said that fish
rmen cannot be manufactured. This
is true to the extent that nothing can
suIpply the lack of certain inherent, I
gmstitutional and inborn qualities or
traits swhich are absolutely necessary
to a fisherman's makeiij. of course
there are many who call themselves r
fishermen and who insist upon their
membership in the fraternity who have
, not in their veiN a drop of legitimate
- fisherman blood. Their self asserted a
relationship is nevertheless sometimes g
seized upon by malicious or ignorant
. critier as permitting t'ie assumption
that the weakznsses and sins of these E
pretenders are the weaknesses and s
sins of genuine fishermen. But in
truth these pretenders are only inter
lopers who. have learned a little fish t
language, who love to fish only "when 0
they bite," who whine at bad luck, .0
who betray incredulity when they hear t
a rousing fish story and who do or
leave undone many other things fatal E
to good and regular standing. They
are like certain whites called squaw c
men who hang about Indian reserva- f
tions and gain certain advantages in
the tribes by marrying full blooded In
dian women. Surely no just person t
would for a moment suppose that gen- tj
ulne Indians could be treated fairly by
measuring them according to a squaw I P
mnan standard. Neither can genuine
fishermen be fairly treated by judg
Ing them according to the standards M
presented by squaw fishermen.-From at
"Fishing and Shooting Sketches," by I
Best Treatment for Puny Children. T
Chiadren oftred become thin and pale,
and -.-metimes there is no apparent
cause for this low state of the system.
Thes< little unfortunates are known as
puny .hildren. Rydale's Tonic is the
best medicine ever produced for puny d
children. It matters not whether this fL
run-down state of the system is caused P
by ill health, overstudy or growing too p
fast. Rydale's Tonic increases their
flesh and strengthens and brings the
ruddy glow in the pale face. Guaran
teed by Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
NO SENSE OF HUMOR. 1
A Scientist's Criticism of a Camiao
Book For Children.
Charles Monselet, a Frenchmrn. of
letters, published a comic "scientific
dictionary" for the benefit of children,
who found no little amusement in his
odd accounts of things in the animal
world which were perfectly familir
to them, but which were described In a
rather fantastic way in MdMonselet's
The editor of a certain scientifc jour
nal, however, was much surprised and e
shocked at M. Monselet's Ignorance Y
when he took up the book, and he
wrote an article about it in his paper.
.which ran as follows:
"A certain M. Monselet has publish
ed a dictionary for the use of children,
which contains definitions showing the
most extraordinary Ignorance, such as
"'Sardine-A little fish without any
head which lives in oil.'
"As if a fish could live without a
head and inoil!
"'Parrot-A bird somewhat resem- L
bling the pigeon, generally green when'
it Is not red or yellow or blue. Cocka~ i
toos sometimeS, live to be a hundred
years old, ercept when they are stuff
ed,. and then there is no limit to the ta
length of their life.'
"Now, It happens that the parrot is ji
not a pigeon at all and never has the
colors that M. Monselet gives to him, a
and, in short, this M. Monselet knows o
no more of natural history than he has
grains of common sense."
Bearm TIhe Kind YG Hav Always Boughts
TfPPED AS HE WENT.
His Promise to Pay a Lump Sum ~
Weekly Did Not Bring Results.0
"I had heard all about the tipping
system in Europe before going abroad,"
said the young man just returned from
his maiden voyage, "so I thought I'd
inaugurate a new system. At a fash- e
lonable hotel in London the valet as- r
signed to my floor was the subject of
my first experiment. d
"'See here,' Isaidin a frank, jovial a
manner when he came in to attend me, e
'I want to make an arrangement with t
you. It's an infernal nuisance to be e
handing out tips every few minutes, or, p
at least, when I want anything done.
Now, I purpose to lump the whole
thing in weekly payments. I expect
to be here at least three weeks. You
look after me to the best of your ability, ca
and at the end of each week I'll make w
It all right with you-In fact, I'll give v
you more in a lump sum than you o
would get in tips. Is that satisfac- o
"'Quite, sir,' he said cheerfully, but I
fancied he loked disappointed.e
"'Very well,' said I. 'I'm going out
for a drive about town. Meanwhile n
take my evening clothes out of my t'
trunk, have them pressed and laid out 0
for me. You'll find studs and buttons ~
for the shirt in that box on the dresser. a
My shoes are in that valise.'c
"'H'all right, sir. Very good, sir. I
Thnnkee kindly,' said he, and I. left
with a feeling of elation.
"When I got back to the hotel I
found my evening clothes still in the
trunk, the shirt and shoes untouched t
and, in short. 'nothing doing.' Next i
day I went back to the old system."
New York Press.
Bem he Kind YouiveAways Bought I
Moths will leave If it Is sprinkled
Turpentine and soap will remove ink
stains from linen.
Turpentine will remove wheel grease, i
pitch and tar stains.
Clean gilt frames with a sponge mois- I
tened in turpentine.
It will exterminate roaches if sprin
kled in their haunts.
A few drops on a woolen cloth will
clean .tan shoes nicely.
A few drops added to water in which
clothes are boiled will whiten them.
An ,equal mixture of turpentine and v
linseed oil will remove white marks t
from furniture caused by water. t
Ivory knife handles that have be- a
come yellow can be restored to their
former whiteness by rubbing with tur
Carpets can be cleaned and colors re- e
stored by going over occasionally with v
a broom dipped in warm water in
TRADES THAT CURE ILLS.
You Want to Drive Away Disease,
"Oil workers are never bald," said a
ruggist. Visit our oil regions or
iose of Russia. Examine the work
ien's hair. It is soft and thick and
lossy. for petroleum cures incipient
aldness. and if your hair is thinning
2b some in. Never mind the smell.
: will do you good.
"Sbepherds enjoy remarkable health.
he odd odor of a sheep seems to drive
way disease. Sheep are especially
)od for whooping cough. In the sheep
aantry when a child takes the whoop
ig cough it is the custom for the
iother to put it to play among the
ieep, and the uext day it is well.
"The men and women who work
mong lavender, gathering it or dis
ling it. never have neuralgia or nerr
us headache. Lavender. moreover. Is
s good as a sea voyage for giving tone
) the system. Run down persouS of
m work for nothing in lavender plants
i order to build themselves up.
"Salt miners can wear summer
lothes in blizzard weather without
ar of catching cold. for colds are un
nown among salt workers. Breweries
nd tanneries and printing ink fac
>res bar out consumption. . Turpen
ne works and ropewalks bar out rheu
atism. Copper mines bar out ty
oid."-New York Press.
Mrs. S. Joyce, 180 Sullivan St., Clare
ont, N. H., writes: "About. a year
o I bought two bottles of Foley's
idney Cure. It cured me of a severe
se of Kidney trouble of several years'
anding. It certainly is a grand, good
edicine,and I heartily recommend it."
e Arant Co. Drug Store.
r n Eye With Legs.
-Depend upon it, children." said the
enignant old gentleman who was ad
ressing the Sunday school, "we were
tshioned by a wiser power than our
Rves. There was no mistake made in
atting us together. If our hands were
laced where our feet are and our feet
,here our hands are, how could we get
ong? It would be exceedingly awk
=rd, children, exceedingly awkward.
stretch my hand out this way; I
Love my fingers like this. Now, what
this an evidence of, children?"
There was no reply, and after wait
ig a moment the speaker answered
ie question himself.
"It is an evidence of design. Don't
irget that, children," he continued
npressively. "It is an evidence of de
:gn. Suppose, for instance, my eye,
istead of having lids and lashes, had
gs. Suppose my eye had legs. How
yuld I use them?"
"You could use them In running your
re over the congregation, couldn't
Du?'- replied a deeply interested little
oy near the doe.
For nkfnts ad.Ohilrel.
he Kind You Have Always Bought
UNCHEON WAS EXPENSIVE.
istead of 13 Francs it Really Cost
One day three friends .in Paris were
ting a walk together.
"I should like to have an exquisite
mnh," said one of the three.
"I should be satisfied with a lunch,"
tid the second, "which is a little short
"And I," remnrked the third one,
should be content with any kind of
Unfortunately none of them was pos
ssed of the necessary money. Pres
atly one of the trio was struck by an
lea. He led his friends to a music
blisher and made him an offer:
"Buy -from us a song. This gentle
ian'wrote the- text; that one set it to
usie, and I shall sing it, as I am the
aly one of us with a good voice."
"Well, sing it for a trial," replied the
The young man complied, and the
ablisher seemed to be satisfied. He
ald 15 francs for the song, and the
*lends hastened joyfully to a restau
The author of the text was Alfred
e Musset, the musician was Monpur
ad the singer Dupre. The song, which
'as bought and paid for with 15
ancs, "The Andalusian Girl," yield.
I the publisher 40,000 francs.-Har
A Mistake Corrected.
It is a mistake to combine in the same
,medy both stomach and liver medi
nes, because the stomach is not al
ays out of order when the liver is, or
Eca versa. While it is true that these
'gans are so closely related that when
ie is affected the other is likely to be
so, still there are times when one is
ected and the other is not. It is a
~rious error to give a liver medicine
mbined with a stomach meaicine
hen the stomach only needs treat
Lent, and it is not necessary to treat
e stomach when the liver only is dis
dered. Rydale's method is the most
sible one. He does not combine the
to, but makes a tablet for the stomach
ad a tablet for the liver, which can be
mbied if necessary. Guaranteed by
>r. W. E. Brown & Co.
Woes of a Drummer.
'Tm just a little discouraged with
iy work," said the tall New York
oy who has started out on the road.
I was making my second trip west
hen I met an old drummer who had
keen on the road for more than thirty
ears. He sat with grip between his
nees and talked to me.
"'Chuck it, my boy,' he said. 'If
here is anything else in the world
o can do, do it. Look at my gray
airs. I don't know what it is to have
home. For thirty years I have seen
y wife about once in five weeks. I
now that I've a wife and children in
,flat in New York, but that's all I do
now about them. The children have
rown up and married, but I have not
ad time to attend their weddings. My
Tife has grown gray, too, but she has
ad the best of it. She has had a
.ome and the children. If there is
nything else in the world you can do,
2y boy,' he repeated, 'quit drumming,
ud do it."'"
Wonderful Eczema Cure.
"Our little boy had eczema for five
ears" writes N. A. Adams, , Henriet
i. Pa. "Two of our home doctors said
e case was hopeless, his lungs, beidg
tfected. We then employed other doc
>rs but no benefit resulted. By chance
- read about Electi-ic Bitters; bought
iotte and soon noticed improvement.
'ce continued this medicine until sev
al bttles were used, when our boy
ras copete- cured." Best of all
bod medicines and body building
ealth tonies Guaranteed at The Arant
wo Druw Store. ->0c.
Potash is tl
ing link bel
soil and he
Thc most imp
food for vegetal
training and n:
tation. We m:
farmers who w
New York--93 NaSSaL
To Tennyson truth was a simple
thing. It was simply to be exact. In
this light should be read an amusing
story found in Bram Stoker's "Person- i
al Reminiscences of Henry Irving."
Irving had heard a story that Tenny
son not long before had been lunching
with friends in his own neighborhood
not far from Haslemere. His hostess
said to him as they went into the din
"I have made a dish specially for you
myself. I hope you will try it and tell
me exactly what you think of it"
"Of course I shall," replied Tenny- 1
After lunch she asked him what he
thought of it
"If you really wish to know," said he
"I thought it was like an old shoe."
When they met, Irving asked Tenny
son if the story were true.
"No," he said at once. "I didn't say
that I said somethig, but it wasn't
that it was like an old shoe."
"What did you say?" persisted Irv
"I said It was like an old boot"
More News from the New England States.
If any one has any doubt as to the
virtue of Foley's Kidney Cure, they
need only to refer to IN- r. Alvin H.
Simpson, of Williamantic, Conn., who
after almost losing hope of recovery, on
account of the failure of so many rem
edies, finally tried Foley's Kidney Cure,
which he says was "just the thing" for
him,,as four bottles cured him complet
ely. He is entirely well and free from
all the suffering incident to acute kid
ney trouble. The Arant Co. Drug Store
Knew Him at Once.
There are other sure ways of .bring
ing a man to mind besides mentioning
his name. Among the candidates who
were sent from Princeton to a Phila
delphia church was one young man
whose language was of the sort which
dazzles and delights the younger mem
bers of a congregation and sometimes
pleases the elders as well. In this case
the committee were besieged to ask
for the young man again, and they
onsented, but unfortunately the man
to whose lot it fell to write the letter1
had forgotten the candidate's name.1
Nothing daunted, he wrote to one of1
the seminary professors:
"Please send us that floweret, stream
let, rivulet, cloudlet, starlight,- and
monbeam young man again. We've
frgotten his name, but we've no doubt
you'll recognize him."
"We do," wrote the professor. And
the desired candidate was sent and
subsequently was called to the parish.
My Best Friend.
Alexander Benton, who lives on
Rural Route 1, Fort Edward, N. Y.,
as: "Dr. King's New Discovery is
my best earthly friend. It cured me of
sthmr six years ago. It has also per
formed a wonderful cure of incipient
onsumption for my son's wife. The
irst bottle ended the terrible cough,
nd this accomplished, the other symp
oms left one by one, until she was per
fectlv well. Dr. King's New Discovery's
ower over coughs and colds is simply
:arvelous. No other remedy has ever.
equaled it. Fully guaranteed by The
Arant Co. Drug Store. 50c. and $1.00.
Trial bottle free.1
To Extract Essence From Flowers.
Procure a quantity of the petals of
any flowers that smell sweet and fra
grant Take thin pieces of muslin or
fine linen and after having dipped
them in good Lucca oil or Florence oil
place them as layers between the pet
als. Sprinkle a small quantity of fine
salt on the flowers and put a layer of
linen and a layer of flowers alternately
until an earthen vessel or wide mouth
ed glass bottle is full. Tie the top
over with oil silk or parchment, then
lay the vessel in a south aspect In the
heat of the sun, and in fifteen days,
when uncovered, a fragrant oil may be
squeezed away from the whole mass.
Notice to* our Customers.
We are pleased to announce that
Fole's Honey and Tar for coughs,
olds and lung troubles is not affected
by the National Pure Food and Drug
law as it contains no opiates or other
harmful drugs, and we recommend it
as a safe remedy for children and adults.
The Acant Co. Drug Store.
Three Germans were sitting at lunch
eon recently and were overheard dis
cussing the second marriage of a mu
tual friend when one of them remark
"I'll tell you vhat. A man vhat mar
ries de second time don't deserve to0
have lost his'first vhife."-Life.
The Kind They Fool.
He-Some girls are awfully conceit
ed. She - Why? He - They'll brag
about making a fool of a man that was
never anything else,- Detroit Free
A Bond of Sympathy.
While the new maid tidied the room
the busy woman kept on writing.
"Do you make that all out of your
own heady' asked Jane.
"es," said the busy woman.
"My," said Jane admiringly, "you
must have brains'."
"Brains!" sighed the woman de
spondenty. "Oh, Jane, I haven't an
ounce of brains."
For a moment Jane regarded her
with sincere commiseration.
"Oh, well," she said presently, "don't
mind what I say. I ain't very smart
myself."-New York Press.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrub is best
for women and children. Its mild ac
tion and pleasant taste makes its pre-.
ferable to violent purgatives, such as'
pills, tablets, etc. Get the booklet and
a sample of Orino at The Arant Co.
>le growth is
ing" ii a va!
i it free to
ite for it. \U
24 Candler Bldg.
Similarity of Writing.
"From my pile of autographs I take
>ne of a statesman well known and lay
t side by side with the autographs of
L great author and a great ecclesias
ic," writes a British publicist. "All
bree are very small, exquisitely neat,
rery' little slanted, absolutely legible. ]
iVell as I knew the three writers, I
Ioubt If I could tell which wrote
vhich. They were Cardinal Manning,
Ir. Froude and Lord Rosebery. Will
he experts tell me if in this case simi
arity of writing bodied forth similar
ty of gifts or qualities?"
Don't Pay Alimony.
o be divorced from your appendix.
['here will be no occasion for it if you
eep your bowels regular with Dr.
'ing's New Life Pills. Their action is
o gentle that the appendix never has
ause to make the least complaint.
suaranteed by The Arant Co. Drug
tore. 25c. Try them.
"What Is Inconsistency?" asked the
"Well," responded the wise one, "It
s that spirit which moves a woman
whose sleeves stop at the elbow to
cold her husband because he hasn't
my cuffs on."-Chicago News.
Fortune gives many too much, but
io one enough.-Laberlus.
Bear= the ATh Kind You Have Always Bought
inthrop College Scholarship
and Entrance Examination.
The examination for the award of vai
:ant Scholarships in Winthrop Colege
Lnd for the admission of new students
ill be held at the County Court House
>n Friday, July S at 9 a. m. Appli
sants must not be less.than fifteen years
f age. When scholarships are vacated
fter July 5, they will be awarded to
hose making the highest average at
his examination, provided they meet
he conditions governing the award.
pplicants for scholarships should
vrite to President Johnson before the
~xaminaticn for scholarship examina
Scholarships are worth $100 and free
uition. The next session will open
september 18, 1907. For further infer
nation and catalogue, address Pres. D.
3. Johnson, Rock Hill, S. C.
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suferdredfll -r e a
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dos of slts cahri ae
thise true eisn yor siliver
cgestive fts roucts,
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nress mal aiagh, on stxpatonfo
thme+m sic liver mt puine the bods
Re Bank of Manning,
MANNING, S. C.
Japital Stock, - $40,000
;urplus, - - 40,000
bility, - - 40,000
to Depositors, $120,000
Your money in unsafe place. A
s the saftest place for your money.
Cou will be surprised at the rapidity
vith which your bank account is in
:reased by a little systematic saving.
From April 1 to September 1 the
iour for closing will be 2 o'clock p. m.
Have your tinning done by an expe
I cut and thread all sizes of pipe and
,m always ready to do the right thing
>y those whobring me their work.
I make a specialty of doing all kinds
)f soldering, such as coffee pots, ket
es, stew pans, sauce pans, dish pans.
nilk pans or anything that needs re
>airing. I will do it in a workmanlike
STOVES.-I repair, put up and buy
Four old stoves. I have had the best
xperierce with hardware men and
vill give you satisfaction.
If your lamp is out of order let me
see it before you throw it away.
JOHN P. BELL
Shop near Bradham's stable.
WHEN YOU COME
TO TOWN CALL AT
Wbich is fitted up with.an
oye to the comfort of his
IN ALL STYLES,
)ione with neatnes% at d
dispatch. . . . . . .
A cordial invitation.
J. L. WICELS
Manning Times Block.
WE fiUARANTEE THESE TAB
LETS TO CURE CHRONIC CON
STIPATION, BILIOUSNESS, TOR
PID LIVER, JAUNDICE, AND ALL
AFFECTIONS OFl THE LIVER. IN
TESTINES AND BOWELS.
50 CHOCOLATE COATED TAB
LETS IN A CONVENIENT BOX.
PRICE. 25 CENTS.
Prepared and Guaranteed by
THlE RYDALE REMEDY CO.,
Nepr ews, Vigiia
Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
Bell & Reardon
Opp. Coffe~y & Rlgby's Stable,
Before you let the contract for that
Turned Work or Log Cart. Our prices
are very reasonable when quality of
work is -considered
Our blacksmith work is up to the
standard and when you need work in
that line remember that we are just
as accommodating as ever, and we are
always glad to see you.
Eat and Grow Fat
FRESH MEATS AT ,
Give us a Trial.
Cark & Huggins.
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Busy Medicine for Busy Peeple..
Brings-Galden Health and Renewed Vigor.
A specific for Constipation. Indigestion. Live
and ~dey Troubls imples Ecze Imur
and Backache. It's Rocy Mountain Tea in tab
et form. 35 cents a box. Genuine made by
HotisxRa Datco CoxPAN, Madison, Wis.
GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
K IL LTHECO H
AND CURE THE LUNCS
SWITH Dr. King's
IFOR jOUHS and 50c&aS1.OO
~OLDS Free Trial
ISurest and Quickest Cure for alA
TROAT and LUNG TROUB
LES, or EONEY BACE.
The Arant Co. Drug Store.
Makes Kidneys and Bladder Bight
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
The new Laxative
thit 'does not gripe
Vleasant to take.
Do You Want
PERFECT Fil ING
THEN COME OR SEND TO US.
We have the best equipped Tailor
ing Establishment in the State.
High Art CIothin&
solely and we carry the best line of
Eats and Gent's Furnishings in the
Ask your most prominent men who
we are, and they will commend you
J,Lo DAiVID & ORO,,
Cor. King & Wentworth Sts.,
CHARLESTON, - S. C.
Geo.S. Hacker &Son
Doors, Sash, Blonds,
Moulding and. Mheseil
CHARLESTO F S. C.
Sash Weights a d Cor
Win xeb and fDa6y exei Say. icit
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
Se ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNINGgS C. C
R.SEPH . COLE,
MANNING, S. C.
POie Ove Lev'sStre
DR. J. FANK COEGR
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No. 6.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
stops the cough andhale1ongs
Stomach and Liver
iative Fruit Syrp roe
The Arant Co. Drug Store.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and whieb has be j
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signlire
and has beenmade under his pet
sonalsupervision sinceltsa IT
AU Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-es-good"-are
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the beMbe
Infants and Children-Experien' den ien
What is CASTORIA.
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor i-re
gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Peant
contains neither Opium, lorphine nor other larcoti -
substance.- Its age is its guarante.It destrois Worms
and alays Feverishness. .It cres Diaces and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, Cres Cnsp
and Flatulency. Itassziates the Foo
Stomach and Bowels, giving althy a
The Chldren's Panacea-The Mother end.
ieazs the 'Signatr
You-,, e, X
in Use For Over '.
THE CENTAUR COMPAW. W MURRK STR.C
The splendid values we are oft.,g ou s
farn s withIthe most up.todawtat lewsrp. AM
IWithout-doat'the best ever -brough'tothsils mar
We will be.glad to have you inspect them:Wet
Guano Distributors and Cotton Plant I'sgus1
for'the second seasof the Cole Cottoniend Crnluter
tar, a farm journal published ;in tianG nos
lanter for both cotton and corn, and
last season are loud-in theirpraise of-Athis ma wsidbmpe1
suits to be obtiined by the use of thisis e*j
the best steel and casting and willlast fowmany es s
ish names of purchasers last season for refeiencs. - 7
-s We continue to sell lots of mill stp'essJ
fittings as are most wanted and can-stirt yonigp in ~oto i e
to two inches. .We have lately added to ou to clli~o
seited tooth saws. We carry-i stoeckth
Packing, Sheet Packing, Babibit Metal, and~ibiaigOl 2 Ih oe~
PAINT YOUR~ fOUSE. ~~
It will improve your~property more ltban anyjother ingestmen t~uad
dollar house well painted looks far moreattraetneshan oeany .ieitn~aez
not painted. We have the very best gades fpla bnet
We have znost beautiful Floor.Stains. eusn eodo'tmth tox
of one room and note how much easiert isyz eeae a' hesst
-will be only a question or time when al 6orweb i~
and stans are mixed andiready foreuse. Yo 6s a 5 %u
the clean floor and the work.is done. ldie s iqtiiT
The splendid values we are now ofrni
bring us customers. There is nothing likeO~ovsid"oae
~me money' The handsome aperneth peii
in their make-up, the fine quality of t het iron use
sh'ae the 0. K. Cook Stove what it is, thebest Co6k'Sove eeoei&2
-"ey very truiyyou. rs
DAIL.Y BCEET SUNDAYS
-Effective May 1s 1906.
NORTHEAST.-E ADT DOWN. '.~~O T WST.-WE ADU7
M2ed 00 74w .... v........loa. ... ....IO1~.. . .Ar 25 ec MiedMie
200 745.......Ov.........M co*.--. --... 25 - -
20 5 0.......25............. od.. . ..';.. I 46
2 20 8 05 ....... 7J.........-.. "D%*-----n-.-- --72 -
s215 80.......5. ........... arba . - ----.-v 740 - -
2 55 8 40 .... 14.......----. New Zou .--. - 74 -
3 00 8 45 .... 15............Beard..... .. 10 65 15
3 15 9 00 .... 17............. Sec.'..... .. 8 8 40
4 00 9 4 .....21. ...........a Hudson........ 4 6 15 - 1 .
4 30 10 15 .....25 Ar........Beula. ...:. .LvO j 6 00
*All stations except Beulah and Alcoilare flag stations for all trains
Tnays No. . udys No.2. and No.3~
Wednesdays, No.2 and No. 3~
Thursdays, No. 2. --
3. P. ALDERMAN.
QgUGHFAItoI P L
A passenger service unexcelled for luxury
and comfort,equippedwlththe.latest Pullman
Dining, Sleeping and Thoroughfare Cars.
For rates, schedule, maps or any informa
tion, write to
WM. J. CRAIG,
Gleneral Passenger Agent,
- Wilmington, N. C.
A J OB W OR K4
TO THE TINES OFFICE.