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- LOCAL .E.T2:t.
Methodist.--Rev. S. P. Af. Emwell. seoon
Sabbath In each month at 10i o'cloak A. X.
Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath at IA. N
Rev. J. 0. Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 i. x.
7 Presbytevian-Rev. Hugh MOLees, at th
Methodist Church, on 4th Sabbath at 1
o'clock a. m
Baptlst-Secona Church, Rev. W. B. Single
ton Pastor, 1st Sabbath and Saturday befor
In each month at 11 o'clock a. m.
The thermometer ran up into th4
nineties last week.
Items of Interest is solicited fron
every section of the County.
A now Baptist Church is to b<
erected soon at Secona.
Pickens County is marching straight
forward in the line of progt-es.
Dr. W. T. Field, we learn, is remod.
ling and enlarging his residence and in
tends covering it with tin.
A good rain would be beneficial
now, though it is bottor to have dry
weather now than later in the season.
The farmers are making the most
of the favorable weather, and are
making good headway with their
Order the MASON & HAMLIN BABY
ORGAN from AcBSsITH MUsIC HOUSE
GRIEENVILLE, S. C., and savo freight.
The farmers of this County, out
side of "hog up," are beginning tc
clamor for the stock law. Preparc
your8elves for it gentlemen, for it i
only a question of time when you will
Spasnmotic convultions are frequent.
ly caused by worms gnawing at the
vitals; therefore, at the first indica
tions of worms, Shriner's Indian
Vermiiugo should be administered
according to airections.
The rwoceedings of the meeting of
the ALI-oitic und French Boaid Va,
Je)y Iailroaid will appear netxt week,
Tho1 the'rmnometer r'eached 03 in
Ne York last wvook, and tere wvere
t*everal prIostratLionls fromt the efects
< t thu heat.
Capt. WV. L. DePass, who~ was a promninent
figure in the (Cash-Shaznnonu affair, died ni
I he hoteil at whJichI he was~ stopping in Column
h;ia lasut wveek. lIe .was a ciiitu i t. of am len
i. prominent la wy er, and w as attrenuelinig ti
'uipremte Cor a)t1 th Ile t imea of his deati h. Ifi
died of heart dlisease.
i . T1. AM. Stokes of .Jacksonhiorro in ti:
. nte has mJysteriusly disaippeatred fromt hhi
York ie ini this ~ Stt haIZs elect e li (dr
Mm-r ied , in the~ Predshtterianlf Charn el
at P.-ndlton, S. C., MayI'l 12th, tat 1:
a'clock Mi.. Liy 11ev. IIlugh MLee~cs, as5
nistedi by lter. J . B A.. ier 1).D1., Rev
Jamo,- A. Mcleoes tiu.nd iss Jeani.tI
- M.ei Biryde, ci P%. ndleton.
Miarried. on SuInday), the 15th~ inst.
at C Iross Roadb sl Church, in this Countyi
by R1ev. E. J. Mullintix, of Greenvil
County, G. P. 11il1 and Mies Fannifl
Acker-both of Anderson County.
Anderson ltpper pleaso copy.
A colored railroad laborer wat
knocked off the ti estle over the Sabid,
iver, on the Air Line Road, on th
14tha instat, and, instantly killed. Hi
remains were cariied to Greenvillei
Rers. J. T. Burdino and J- T.' Lewi
wilh preach at Liberty church on th
seondi Sabbath in Jnne at 11 oclocli
A. M., and on Saturday before at
oclock P. M.
The ingredients of the Kauquita It
dian WVor Pellots arte perfctICl
harmless, the prIincipal ones have bec
gathered in the mountain forests <.
North America, andt were used by th
Red Man wit ha grea, eflicacy. Fe
sale by Dr. J. W. Quijlhan, Ensloy.
Ayor's Hair' Vigor restorea~ the col
or and scionnlates the growth of th
hair, prevents it floma fatling off, an
greatly increases its beauty. It hats
delien'sto and lasting peCrfum'o, its in
gredients. are harmless, and for th
toilet it is unequaled.
SUNDAY ScitooL PiCNI.1 --The Sun
daly school piento at ILilberty on laE
Saturday was, we learn, quite a sue
ess. Addresses were delivered b
R1ev. Hugh McLees, and Mr. J. I
Boggs. There was a large atten~tnc
and a bountiful dinner was served.
iTho locusts have made their aup
pearance in this secction. in somn
sections of the county wo learn tbr
they are quite nlumerous and that it
almost impossible to hoar anything ft
the noise they make~.
Just rpcceived a large lot of Clot
ing, at H. C. SuIRLEy's,
Since Eastatoe has not been heard
from lately, I will give you a few dots.
Farmers have been at work for two
weeks planting corn and cotton. I
think the amount of cotton planted
e exceeds that of last year.
The peach crop failed as a general
role. What trees that are full of t'ruit
e are on the sides of tho mountains,
800 or 1,000 foet above the sottlements
at the foot of the mountains. The'e
is some little orchards on the sides of'
these mountains that never, or hard,
ly ever fail, and the fruit is bettor
than that grown at the foot of the
mountains. Look out at the North
windows of your printing officeo and
you can soe a field twelve or thirteen
tniles off of that kind, it, is about one
thousand feet above the level of the
Wmn. Aikin will move his family
from Brevard, N. C. to his now home
on Oolenoy, soon.
The first of May came and found us
all tolerably sober.
I don't think the whiskey law will
make much difference in our mountain
township. Wo have but one licensed
distillery, and it isseldom you can see a
drunk man about. it. We have no Good
Templars or Tempera'nco Society, and
but few (it unkards, and I think the
la*w will do us but very little good.
Because a few drinks too much it is
no reason that those who use iL right
should not have some convenient place
to go and get it. The inost of our
best Citizens use it, and I think we
have some who keep it. as gcod as any
wo have in the County. The question
is now, where will they get it'. Time.
will tell. EASTATOE.
The towns of Lincolnton and Salisberry in
North Carolina have elected "'dry" tickets.
Professional Notice !
DR. JNO. M. CRENSH A W having attended
t wo complete course's of lectures in the South
Carolina Medical College, resp~eot fully offers3
his. services to t he citizens of Pickens County,
Othee at h is resideuce near Dacusvi lie.
marc 31, 1881 29 2mn
A. A. TIIOM A3, Crnter 9th andl F Streets,
Wanshington. 1). C., a tendi to Penwioni andi
linck Pany. iBounty 'laimns collect eL Con
tested [.nnd~'I( Cliam, Minaeral antd A gricul turt
a!, aatende to beforpe the Depariment of the
lnt ei ior 2and Supreme Court. Land Wair..
Tnivenfiors wi'l Adlvance t heir Interest hy
Emploj iy ing an 1:x zpeenetaed Attornley res ident
in Wasihijngon. F. A. Lehiman, Solicitor of
Araer'li can and Foreign Pat 'ntIs. Washingi t on
1). C., has lard years ot sniocessful Pract ic.
and~ ~I' w aorerly ang Examiner of Pateints in
thei Patet tflice. All buls'ness9 before theo
Courit s or te De parlit la'Ci po nljl.ante led
I 0. F'ee coit inigent upjon) success. Send for
TR ANT'S'SELTZER APERIENT
May properly be cAlled the "Hercnles" of
Imedlicinie, for it cleanses Natutre's aug~ean sta,
hic0. nnd allowts thle reeniperat ive powers of
the system to (10 the work of restoration to
a healt h. No moed icinre cures; Natutre alone
Cu res. This A pmilent opens thle proper aiven.
ues, the functiouas are permitted to resume
heir work, and1( the patient1 gets well.
3SOLD1 BY ALL~ DRUGG00isTrS.
may 19, 1881 36 4
-1830. ElldlED 1830.
(ARtEE'NVILLE., S. C.
HAS JUST RETURNED) FORM TH1L
0 NOIlTIIEltN MARK(ETS WIil1 AN IM
iMENSE STOCWK OF1
Staple Dry (Goods,
Notionis, and ~ aOo1
A LSO, TH!E ClELERRl ATlED) HAY STATF
8110I E 8, 4er-: p)air- a' n-r-anted.
The stock which is the largest North of
Y Charleston, was bought after thc decline, and
-will be sold at the lowest prices.
0 Samples, wit h prices, furnished on appli.
cation. Call before puirchiasinig your Spring
Goods aind see t he im mencse stock at
WILIARY BEATTI E'S.
np 28, 1881 33 8
e ' OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
r L.iotice Is hereby given that I will apply
rto 0. L. Durant, Probate Jutdge for Pickm
County, on Saturday, 18th day of .June next,
for leave to make. a finaol settlement of the es
h tate of Li L. TYO ER, dlecenised, and ask to b<
discharged therefr'om as Execttor.,
.1- J. THRASHIER, Executor.
may 19. I113
MJ. MOAN &
Revival In New Goga.
BLACK SILKS 85c. to $2 25.
BROCADE and MAMASSE SILKS and
SATINS 90c. to $1.75.
BLACK and FANCY SATINS 75c. to $1.25.
Henrietta Cloth, Bnrathea Cloth, Crepe,
Cloths, Cashmere de l'Inde, Crepes, Cash.
In these goods we make a specialty, and
solicit a comparison.
Our Stock of
Dress Goods and Noveltles
Is by fir the largest and most. varied and
contains more read GEAIS than any other
stock el er shown by us, including the new
St. Marie Plaids
And the new and popular colors "Gen
D'Arme" and "Dregs of Wine," with an ele
gant.line of TRIMMINGS to match.
Embroldered Flannel, one yard wide.
A good quality full regular HOSE at 20c.,
considered cheap at 30o.
Matelesse Flannel, something new and
Table Linons, Doyles and Napkins in new
Cloaks and Dolmaus,
To this department. we call special attention.
Fancy 1atskets, Table Matts, &c.
We shall be very happy to have our friends
J. i. MORGAN & BRO.,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
oct 21, 1880 43 ly
A DIG SHO WV
THE MOST WONDERFUL SHIOW EVEMt
seen in Pickncrs hais .just arrived. Among the
various Articles in this Show and which .can
be purchased nr. the LOWEST CASH PI.
CES, are a'l kinds of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
TOI LET St)ALS,
IiAll 1) DWAR1E, CUTL.EII . and all kinds of
(Groceries needled for f:aiily use. lIn feeot
everyt haing kept in ia First Claiss G3eneral Mer,
chiuind ise Est abtlishmen t can be ound here at.
Fit ES I CO RN 31E A L will always be fouy'd
ont hiand for S-dec.
T1,111 S 1 OW ca i he f'ound noross thme st re :t
Iopposite thle Court 110 use, att the
Griffin & Newberry.
AGENTS ALSO FOR ' .1 GUJANO.
jan 6, 1881 15
THE BEST REMEDY
Uiscases of t11e Throat8 alld LlllES,
jIYE~ R9?N Ieases of' tin. pul
and c relle renitedy is
- 'iiit'it Prtaeroim. is
sitcth a reimiedy, aind Ilt
oth Ieroiininent ly mer
I /' its then contidlence of
t h public'. It is at Si
ent ifi al co ihination of
sucth power as to inisure
lie greatest pssible
/ f4 ic ienlcy andi uniiform-.
PECTORAXL. f "r sls t ti
pulmonary~ diseases, atfordinig prompit relief
and~ raplid cuires, and is aidapltedl to patients of
any aeor either sex. Being very palatable,
teyoungest ehilidrent take it readily. In
ordinary Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat,
Bronchitis, Inmfluenza Clergymain's
Sore Thr'oat, Asthma, broup, anid Ca
tarrh, the effects of AYEn's CH~nur P'uc.
TonIAr, are muagical, and multittudes are an
nually preserved from serious illness by its
timely and faithful use. It should be Iept
at hand~ in every household for the pro
teetioni it affords in sudden attacks. In
WVhooping -cough anld Consi umption
thecre Is no other remedy so efficacious,
soothlinig, and helpful.
Low prices are iniducemients to try some of
t he many mixtures, or syrups, made of cheap
and1 ineffective ingredients, now offered,
wvhichi, as they contain no curative qutalities,
can afford only temnporary relief', and are
sure to deceive and d isa pp oint the pat ient.
Diseases of the throat andI lun g.t demand
active andt effctive~ treatment ; and it is danm
gerous experimenting with uinknowvn and
cheap mnedicines, from the great liability that
these dliseases may, while so trifiedI with,
becomo deeply seated or incurable. Use
AYi~n's Cmumtur~ P'erCoIa r,, andt you may
conitidlently expect the best results. It is a
standard medical prepar~at ion, of' known and
acknmowledged curative power, and is as
chleap) as its careful preparation1 and fine
igredients wvill allow. Eminent physicians,
knowing its composition, prescribe it in their
p~ractice. The test of half a century has
proven its absolute certainty to cure all pul
mnlary comphlaint~s not already beyond the
reach of human aid.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical andl Analytical Chemists,
SOLD BY Alt!. ftto I STs EY.nY~wHERlE.
MONEY SAVEDP II MlONEY
P3URCH ASE YOUlt ENGI~1ts Fiomi Us,
. and save $100 om a 10 lose: $30a on at
2) Hlorse, and $300) oil a 80 Iloise Power
Engine. Send f. r our prices before puarchas
ing Engines. Gins, P'resses, Ho w andl Grist
Mlills, Th'lrewhiers, or any kinid of Mnichiinery.
We arc euuiaufacturers' Agents, and guaran
tee satisfaction in quality and price'.
W ALK E & [,ol:I),
No. 135 Meeting Street, West side,
Near ('hmrlesionx ltall, Chaurleston, S4. C.
av 7, 1l1 0 6
IS FAST APPROACHING, AND
with it the usual dull times, but
not necessarily 'dull when
we take into consido.
ration the unusual
LARGE STOCK OF
NOW ON EX[IIBITION AT
W. T. McFALL'S,
WHICH IS OFFERED AT REA
sonable Prices. Call and examino.
No Trouble to Show Goods.
JUST RECEIVED A COMPLETE
Icady Mado Clothing,
Ladies, Misses, Men's and Boys' Hats
Factory Yarns and Shirtings,
Cottonades aid Linens,
Confectionaries and Fancy Groceries,
Sugar, Cuoffee'and Molassef,
Bacon, Lard and Flour,
Tablej and Pocket Cutlery,
Lightnuing Crossi Cut Saws,
Ilorze anrd Mulo Sh~oes,
*And in fact everythinug thait aniy
reasonable person wvoul d ask for'.
Hemember I~t hbat no B~alts are offered,
but evi' rthinig sold tat its reaI worth,
and &.an i-ac',ion g u aranteej every
maireb 31 , 1i81 2
"Hoew to~ tihe Mark, Iet the OhniiM
Fly as~ they May."
RUN AND READ.
HAVING 1IOUG HIT MOlIE 00008 T'IIAN
ever before, I haive been able to buy cheaper,
and have now a nmiber of big bargains. You
will be astonlished to know that I sell
A WOMAN'S GOOD hlOME MADE SHIOE for
A WOMAN'S SERGE POLKA SHOE FOlR 85
GOOD 8'J OUT BROGANS FRtOM $l,10, UJP.
For the Ladies.
Black Leghorn'Flat Hats, ChaCp.
WVhite leghaorn Flat IHaits, (Chea p.
Black and White Leghorn Filat Hats, Cheap.
Magnificent line Straw Hlats, Tlrimmared and
Untrimmod for Ladies, M isses andi Chiiren.
Gents Panamia, Indian Panama and Macki
ntaw, beautiful styles and low prices.
50 dozeni, just ope nod.
Come and see those beautiful Walking Hlats
Come before my Goods are picked over
and(18C se te largest and be'st assorted sto(ck of
general Merchmanmdise in Picke ns County.
D~ouble Foot Plow Stocks at $3.60, wror'th
Flour, Bacon, andl Nails, (lower lhan ainy
body. Try mae.
E. RL. IKORTON.
Liber'ty, S. C.
march '7,1881I 27
OTN ' OF FINA r ETbMET
1. Nticeis hecrebiy given, t hat We will aip.
ply to 0. L. Durant, Probaite Judge for Pick
ens County, on thle 25th di(ay of May next, or
'fn somel convenient day Ihereefer. for a final
settlement andl discharge as Aelumiit rat ors
of the estate of ABRAIIAM IlESTElt, (e..
EMILY HESTER, n
J. E. H[AGOOD,'Adr,
an 28.18518 4
HUGH SISSONS & SONS,
[wporters, Dealers and Manufacturers of
Far altute hlabs, Altars,
140 West Baltimore Sareet,
AND CORNER NORTH AND MONUMENT STREETS.
Drawings and Estimates Furnished Free.
feb 17, 1881 2 1
i guarantee fII R1NER'Si
INDIAN VERMIFOGE to
destroy and expel WoriM
from the hunranan body,
where tiey exiit., if used
according to thae d1tree
tions. It is a safe and row
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
AND STORE KEEPERS.
David E. Foutz, Prop.
The State 0t Southl Car-olizna
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
IN COUllT OF COMMON PLEA1
Lew is N J ones, Ii lain tiff, aiiga inst. IWobert .-low
art, as Ad mi: istirator of ilie 1'i-soi-l I- .
tatle of 'Th Ioi0111s W A lexatoiler, dIecel a sed, anl1d
Nancy K Alexatidei, widiow, -liz-.be, h
J ones, M tary It Ac Ki'1ioy, F'' rji A l)iek,
01, Frakil P AlVx:uideacr. 1-'i .\ Sehreodler,
Thlol u En as1:Alex e - gia n .St ech. I-:11
iia Miller, Joseph Ni Alill'r. -liblh Mijller,
John1 W Tho1n11;1:4, .Josepi 'C i smm , Im
W it re:111i Netive lier i, INtnd ts
Cowl~Fm R HLkIrTr, &C.
T%) t'o 1l)e1emlantsabove iieiml.
y O U Ire ll ie eby Sii iiolled 11n1 qujed
ito an1swer thie celIul'laint inl I bis nt-ion,'
wilielh isA filed in in' 1'th o h' Clerk of t le
Couirt o)f Corninenol 1,'(111 for. 1'iell s Couty"
S. C., antl to serve a copy lit your :&uiswer to
tail co :ipilaint (Ithe s i ber at the Ihir
like (I. ain . St , ( t.. ens , . 1. '1 .
witin twenty (lamiys ai'ter theit: rvi e r ,
exchusive oft (il t d Oy t SUrII St rvir e. I ft"'y0o11
fail t ionanwer te ciarplaint wi the li'el liie
atoure.Said, ile lhitutitlifi will aply on t lie omrt
f 0 Ith ej iN I d' o tnim I ()1,e i F i W o g 1a i.
NOlRTON, KIClT1[ & hi( ) fAiNSWOiTtIg,
Pick n C., 11. ., .,A 'i 8 th,D 8 1
[l. S.IJ J. LEDS, " E STr.
plaint in the aov tt ed ac uuti n wastird i
l'les fr Pckes county ,, fo t'-,on.. e 0
daygof Feb rou-y 1881,le and tmnt t.e bieesdo
Graid - ain are 'n' Sto asa teastsa.f h
ees ii "t,() for j d istr -i tin amon'l h h irs
nletiMaees~u 1hereof ocodin fto law. Iil'
l a ifTsAtneys.
by let teif nlotosh in Slvo~ or n y. a 1
what iit~1can5 (liet Imhe-e hby no.eopgelii.
Grerr ini he il Iiit States.es 1112 p
HOARSl LAND CATTLE O WDEPRSw..A
'i .1 ur, ~r~ e wtant a hinte
.nu bro f acti~ i, onergic' buine canvaLu F s
1"oito'i engage in itt n n profyuL0.ir wiabl
buOiiet.' o dvi menr wid th 'IdIII (hif i re
Such w'~iii i illy lease 1L. a nuawe t his av er isemen
by lt't Per, enetosin sar for n arepl, stating
Dl. A Dsur:' ~orcq
FINLE~ n y, llIN ) & .1 IV .U, Ath Ana, Gals
(~~rete11 ourn or ot l0 . ge
o Untax I iICof ( Vo. UI)AVrLUN F
Aon.S~on Ierr~u illuea Ii. IrvN ST 'loA Motn
(H Nu 'S, PwS wV illpr veIt G A (r~ )T'l'-OwN
(oNz' PowdErswil nrnSEWI Nun ityoMA.
ArCIcnm~ tuet&c. en. n nhth utrfr
P1ROFESSIONAL N OT lCES.
-110. 0. WLA, 0 .O. W. TAYLOB,
JAaIC20 U. ORR, - Pickens C. it. s. a
Greenville, 8. C.
WELLS; ORR & TAYLOR,
A TTORNEYS j- COUNSELORS AT LA r
. PICKENS 0. 1., S. C.
Prompt attention given to business entrusted
march 10, 1884 25
J. S. COTIRAN, I M. F. Axtien, f J E BoaUo
Abeville S. C. ) Vreenville, S C Pickens (1
COTHRAN, ANSEL & BOGGS.
A TTORN EYS AND COUNS ELo RS AT L.AW,
PICKENS C. H., S. C.
Omflco in th Court House. Prompt
attention given to ail business on
truste d to t hen).
dec 9, 18S0 12
I. A. CHILD,
ATTORNE' . COUSL LO AT LA IW
P I C K E N S C. I. S. C.
Will Practice il all the Cousrts of the 8tate
and Courts of the United States, for the riis
trict of South (arssolinaru.
In cases requiring it able A 'orneys will be
associated with me.
jnn 1 1881
Atlanta & Chatlotte Air Line Railway
PA~\SiNul: i 1i IP EA 1IUIENTP.
p ANi A GA., SJanNuary , 1881.
Change of Schedule.
On 14n(d nI'ver tiais date Trains will ru;
on thi 10:ol as follows :
Arrive nt Greeniville t, 10 4ar
Leave Gr-eelNville at 10 12 at n;
Arrive at reen-.i at 5 84 p rn
Leave~ Greensville am I, 85 p rn
NIGIIT f'.\S~E TnA IN,
ArrVive at (i-eenviile at 10 li) p la
Leave Greeniville at 10 24 p xa
Ar'rive at ('.reenaville* at 5 18 a
Leave Green vi lle at, a 25 a
Arrive at Gr'eenvi lle itt 7 52a
Leave Grteenv ille ut 9 25 a l
Arrive at G reenivile ait 4 15 p in.
Leave Grseenville atI -1 55 p) m
Arrive ati Greumvsi' ntL I 25 at Ii
Leave Greenil iit at I U2 a m
Arrive at Greenvil at ' 1 ii p r.
('Le aveseenvlillh' ei 11 88 p 1:
Connect~ig sat Alansta form all posnts Weg
ene~rcIing ast ('harlot Ie for aill E~tr
'sTron'h TIickets ()n f- is' at (aimsesvi1I.
S(eec C'ity, (1sreenvjifs. ijiss 8parl i t,rg io)
all pinths liast and Wecst.
G;. .T. Fo lW AGlift
General~s ' slanger.
W. J HouiMson, Gens'l l'Ie & Ticket Ager.L
Columbia & Greenville R 3U
CiIANGEJ OF SC!!lEI)ULJ;,
(hi aind) afters .lanunmary 2thl. 168l, tj
Pa'senger Tra~iins over (I.e Greevillje aL a
Cohoi-i llalroadl will be rumn daily, Su
ILeav'e colonius a 13 02 a a
laaei'u Newbuerry at 1 58 v ,u
Iwa- li 4o e at 4 84 p m~
Arr ive ai Greenaville. i 7 17
luwave Gr eeiv ille ait 10 35 s.
leave lieheni ast120 .u
f.cav..I I'uI;s a ut I
Nesve Newhrry a t 4 0
Leave A s son ait50
.\rrive at ('olniin~is~ at 0 10 m e
LA u:.N l.NS ilR A i iitip .
Leave Ne'wh'erry at 10 (on as mi 4 25 0 ms
A\rrive nat Newberry 8 5 a~ m 3 85 p h
Leave ll e, at 4 40 p mr
A rr iv' ut Albheville 8
.\rr'ive ait hhIl ges 1 10
A1 nl I/rti ,flIianch a nd lilue ]JH dye I
Ilsily, except.-s unidiy r, betweenm' lic r
Andserson~f andlu wilhaulla, asI follows,
Iieavie \nder~tsai (' 8
Leave Perryt ille 7 4J
leasve' Seneia~i ait * n
Arrive ait Waslhanllai 8 25
Leavte WuVlhialla h t 905 .
Leaf5ve Perryvca Ille a i * '1;
Leaive Pend1 'lton. * 10 "3(:
ILeavte A nd(ers4on sit. 1l 69 i
Ati rive' ni Btellon t 11 I 59 m
Up) al douwnm Tirains on Ii.e manin siro
manIke' (lo'e ('onnhectin at ('ulionihin wilhls
I ip mid douwnt hi*y passenrTrinsgs'liii On i uS
Sut h (Caro'lina' ltnilroadt nrtl it h thei Ilhro'.a
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