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Methodist.--Rev. . . ElwAl, second
Sabbath, In each month at Ofj o'clock A. 3.
Rev. Oln L. Durant, 8d Sabbath at11 A. K.
IReV. J. G. Grahin, 4th Sabbath at 8 P. x.
Presbyterlan--Rev. Hugh MoLee, at the
Methodist Church, on 4th Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m
Baptist-Secona Churob, Rev. W. B. Single
ton Pastor, lt Sabbath and Saturday beforq
In each month at 11 o'clock a. m.
ANOTHIER SHOOTING AFFAIR BE.
TWZN RsvENUx OrrIOEas AND A
CITMzEN.-Anothor shooting diffiulty
has occurred between Revenue Offl.
eials and a citizen, but this time the
citizen receives the shot instead of a
Revenuo offoor. The usual two sided
story reaches us, and we will give it
just as we heard it, reserving com
monts until we are in possession of all
the facts. The story of the Revenue
oficersas related by Gary to a gen,
tleman from whom we derived it is
as follows: They found Joab Alexan.
der, the man shot, standing in, the
door of the house (whether still housO
or dwelling our informant did not
know) and when ordered to surrender
he fl ed at Perry Looper, but overshot
him, 'vhereupon Looper "pulled down
and got him." Another report from
the Revenue side is that the bullet, or
shot, from Alexander's gun cut a lock
of hair from Mr. Looper's head. The
other side of the story is (and it is di
rectly from the neighborhood) that
the Revenue officers surroundei Mr.
Jeremiah Powell's house about day
light or a little beforo, and making
their presence known, Mr. Alex%
ander, who is a son-in-law of Pow,
ell's, and lives in the house with
him went to one of the doors
and >pened it. When ho did so, ho
saw W. F. Gary and Lee Fisher
standing inl the door with a gut point,
ed at him. He theroupon turned
anid went to the other door (We sup
pour there woro only two doors to
the house) opened it alid ran oit in
-order to mako h s escape. Looper
was at, this door. and fired at A lex,
-anlder, the slhot striking him int the
lip; anid side. Alexander ran about
ten steps aftIer binitg shot arnd fel.
Thle Revenieuothtli's went to him,
gave him ome ('Cwhtisker, carried him i
'hac~k in.to the hiouse andm left him i. Dr
.in g hats sinmce extracted o00o buck
shot b.om htis bony, an md D). Priest,
trec squlirrel slhot. Thie ame sixtyv
-or mdore shot hliesk in Itis bidyv, aibou t
Jour or five of them bein ba hck simi,
Il.hUt the's F~ji tl'U blit. Alexani her
wvas sp tiling mtlp blood on last 8u tda -
anortingj, anmd wvas not expected tn,
'p.. live. We wvill puibli'lh all thme par,%
ieuhmla-.. whlen we ob.taiti them relia
ol, th such e1mo~~ mmni :as we thaink
the alude: demads. Alexanmder livo,
ini a cove called "Rocky B:)tt,im," ini
the( mmit ains of this Coumity, n'e:r
lh- othI ('m &linta line
Sinco the abhove wvas put in typ ',
we have e-nmversed w ithi a gon tlemnan
whlo visited M~lr. Alexander* on last
Sunday. lie informs. us that lhe
Stearited from Mrin. Ah-xainder's4 an d
Po-l' famiieis that Mr. Alexander
did not shoot aut Mr. Looper. Hie did
not1 ~ave even a pocket kcnito about
his person. being ini his night clothes.
Mr A lexand)er~ays that, Lee Fishor
had the guin pointed at him at, the
first door he opened, and when he
went to the other door, ho saw Loop
er, wit~h his gun, and could have
snatched it from him, but knowing
Mr. Looper~, and being ftiendly wvith
him, he did not think he would shoot
him and concluded to run off, knowing
that there wars a warran t against him.
Looper shot twice and tLee Fisher
oneoc ait him, lie ran about 150 yards
unsl~ead of ten steps before ho fell. The~
officers carried him back into the
house by his request, but never said a
word about his arrest. Theli gentleman
from whom we get this information
thinks Mr. Alexander will recover,
nbotw~ithstandihg 78 shot entered his
& left. hip and thigh.
Order the MASON & HAMLIN BABY
ORGAN Irom MCSMI1TH MUsIC IlOUSE,
GREENVILLE, S. C., and save freight.
PRtTIT JUnous.--The follo wing poCt
it juror's haive been drawn to serve
for the Juno term of court for this
D. A. Allgood, Jams. G. Freeman, Jas.
X. Bur dine, Thos. El. Smith, 3. J.
Wakelin, John Watson, Wmn. V. Clay
A ton, Michael 0. Davis, Harvey Kelley,
M. T. Smith, John W. Thomas, Jas.
.E Boroughs, Walker W. Ford, Jas.
0. Epps, Wmn. P. Freeman, B. F. Los..
Joy, Joel Miller, Isaac A. Nimnmons,
Aaron M. Garrett, Elias~ E. Mauldin,
Leander V. Jones, E. F. Allgood, R.
*Stowairt,, Wmn. N. Hugl-les, Jams. M.
.Jlowlin, B. F. IDilworth, Thos. Atkin
eon, Robt. A, Foster, Laban .E. Maul
din, W. W. Mowhortor, H. C. Shirley,
Russell Duke, Jas. A. Craig, Thos. F.
tFendley, Z. Clayton Smith, Joseph
On account of the failure to draw
the juries last January, the lust years
grand jury w ill have to servo theopree
To Greenviul Direct.
Capt. Kirk, chief engineer of the Atlantic
and Frenoh Broad Railway, passed through
the oiy yesterday an route to Columbia. Tbe
followin information given by him to a rePor.
ter for The Daily News will be read with in
terest. It is, Says Capt. Kirk, in serious con
templatioh by influential parties in the State,
who have already held a meeting in Columbia
with reference thereto, to build a road from
Columbia to Greepille via Newberry and
Laurens, to be extended from Greenville to
the Atlantic and French Broad Railway at
some point near the mountains. Crossing the
mOnntains It will pass through Haywood coun.
ty, North Carolina, and pass on through Ten
nessee to the French Broad river about 60
miles from Knoxville. Thence it will branch
off, one line extending to Nashville via Knox.
ville, the other proceeding In the direction of
Cincinnati via Morristown and Cumberland
Gap, thus passing through the richest, coal
and iron region in the United States, as yet
only very partially developed.
With regard to this great enterprise Capt..
Kirk expresses the opinion that the parties
concerned in it are men of means and influ
ence. and that theie is good reason to believe
that decided steps will be taken shortly to
corry out the programme as here briefly
sketched. Greenville, Captain Kirk is con
fident, can be in direct railroad communica
tion with Augusta in less than eighteen
months-probably in twelve-the distance,
via Belton, being 118 miles. Work is being
pushed on rapidly on the Atlantic and French
Broad Railway and the prospects of this en
terprise are very encouraging.-Greenville
Th o ingredients of the Kauquita In
dian Worm Pellots are perfectly
harmless, the principal ones have been
gathered in the mountain fororts of
North America, and wore used by the
Red Man with groax cflicacy. For
sale by Dr. J. W. Quilhan, [Eazloy.
Just received a large lot of Cloth
ing, at II. C. SHIRLEY'S,
Central, S. C.
The public are indebted to Dr. J. C.
Aycr & Co. not only for their stand
ard medicinal preparations,tbut also
for improving the looks of the coin
munit y by their incomparablo Hair
Thousands of children (lie under the
age of fivo years. Wby ? Physicians
attributo it to various causes, and have
a vocabulary of infantilo discasos too
nume'ouS to mention. Worms! Worms!
Shinters Indian Vermif'uge will kill
hem and restore the ch ild(.
Ull. JNO. M. CIlENSII.\W hiavinrg attended
two complete courses of lectures in the SouthI
Carolina Medhcal College, respec fu;l~y offers~
his sevices to the citiv~ens of' Pickenas County,
111hee at hi s residece nar~ Dacusville.
A. A. TIIOhl.\, Corner 0th an 1 If Str'ees,
Washi:!g on, D). C., a ttiends to Pension and
lack I'ay. Ikunaity Claimis collcted. Con
Sest ed Lantd Cl~ aims, Mlin eral antd A grieu iturii
ali, attcendted to before lhe Depa;rtment of' lhe
luateiorci and Sopremei Court. Land War,~
Inventors will Advance t heir Interest by
Emuploying an Exper'ieniced Attorney resident
'n Washliingt on. F. A. Lehmarn, Solicitor of
American and Foreign Patents, Washinagt on
D. C,, has had years of successful Practice,
and was formerly an Examiner of Patents in
the Patenit office. All business before (lie
Courts or (lhe Departmecnt promptly attended
t o. Fee contingent upon Buccess. Send for
TA tRANT'S SELTZER APNRIENT
May properly be called thle "'I er~ules" of
medicine, for it cleanses Nature's augean sta,
ble, and allows thle recuperat ive powersCi of
lhe system to (10 (lie work of rest oration to
health. No muediciue cures; Nature alone
cures. Th'Iis A perienit opens (lie proper aven.,
uies, the funct ions are permitted to resume
their work, aind the patient gets well.
SOLD) BY ALL UlRUGG1.S~TS.
may 19, 1881 3'i 4
1830. A3uL!i 1830.
GRtEENVJILLE, 5. (.
IIAS JUST RETURNED FORM TIIE
N01ITJIIN MAlRKETS WITil AN IM
MENSE STOCK OF'
Staple Dry Good1s,
Dress Ooods, -
Notions, and .
ALSO, THE CELEBRATED BAY STATE
S H OE S, every pair' wO rrantfed.]
The stock which is the largest North of 2
Charleston, was bought after the dlecline, and E
will be sold at the lowest prices. 1
Samples, with prices, fuarnished on appli
cation. Call before purchiasi ng your Spring t.
Goods and see the immense stock at
ap 28. 1881 :3:3
. M E& DRO.
lteVival. Ina New Goods.
BLACK SILKS 85c. to $2.25.
BROCADE and MAMAS8E SILKS and
SATINS 900. to $1.75.
BLACK and FANCY SATINS 75. to $1.25.
Henrietta Cloth, Barathes Cloth, Crepe,
Dioths, Cashmere de l'Inde, Crepes, Cash
In these goods we make a specialty, and
iolicit a comparison.
Our Stock of
Dress Goods and Novelties
[s by far the largest and most varied and
.ontains more real GEMS than any other
itock ei er shown by us, including the new
St. Marie Plaids
tnd the new and popular colors "Gen
D'Arme" and "Dregs of Wine," with an ele
gant. linle of TRIMMINGS to match.
Ethbroidered Flannel, one yard wide.
A good quality full regular HOSE at 20o.,
yonsidered cheap at 30c.
Mateleise Flannel, sumething now and
Table Linens, Doyles and Napkins in new
Cloaks and Dolnans,
To this department we call special attention
Fancy Baskets, Table Matts, &c.
We siall be very happy to have out friends
5. IH. MORGAN & BIRO.,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
oct 21, 1880 43 ly
A DI SHMO !
lI'E MOST WONDERFUL SHOW EVER
seen in Pickens has just arrived. Aimong the
various Articles in this Show and which can
be purchased at the LOWEST CASH PRI
DES, are all kinds of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
P'ANCY ARTICLES, EA ER
TOI LET SO \PS,
[fAliDWA RE, CUTLIlRY, andu all kinds of
[iroceries needed for famnily use. I n fact
avery luing kept in a First Class General Mer
:handise EsIabluient. can be zound here atL
FlES iI CORN MEA L will always be found
an handlf for sale.
TillS SHiow eni he found across the street
appositev the O ourt Ihouse, at a he
Griffin & Newberry.
AGE~NTS ALSO FOR :DIXIE GUANO.
jan 6, 1881 16
Is a compound of the v'Irtuns of sarsaparli
Ia, stillingla, mandrake, yellow (lock, with
the 10odid1 of potash and( iron, all pwerful
bllood-mlak ing, blood-cleansing, and life-Mus
taining elements. It is the p~ureste safest,
and most effectual alterative medicine
known or available to the public. Trhe ani
ences of medicine and chemistry have never
prodlued~ so valuable a remedy, nuor one so
potent to euro all diseases resulting from
mpure blood(. It cures Scrofula and
all scrofulous digeases Eryspelas,
Rose, or' St. Anthony's hre, imples
andl Face-grubs, Pustules, Blotches,
Boils Tumors, Totter, Humors,
Salt heum, Scald-head, Ring-worm
Ulcers, Sores, R heumatism, Merecuriaf
Disease, Neuralgia Female Weakc
nesses and irregujarities, Jaundice,
Aff'ections of the Liver, Dyspe psia,
Emaciation, and General Debility.
By its searching and cleansing qualities
it purges out the foul corrup~tions which
contaninate the blood and cause derange
ment and dlecay. It stimulates and enlivens
the vital functions, promotes energy andI
strength, restores and preserves hea lthu, and
mnfuses new life andl vigor throughout the
wvhole system. No sufferer from any dis
ease which arises from impurity of the
blood need (despair who will IgiVe AYERI'S
BAnsAPAnuLLA a fair trial.
It is folly to experiment with the num r
ou low-priced mixtures, of cheap miateria is,
dwithuout medlicinal virtues, offered as
blood-purifiers, while dlisease becomes more
firmly seated. AVER's SAR$APAnI1LLA is a
medicine of such concentrated curative
power, that it is by far the best, cheapest,
and most reliable blood-purifier known.
Phvsiciuans know its comnposition, and pre
ser be it. It has been widely used for forty
years, aind has won the unqualified confi
den1cc of millions wvhom it has benefited.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and A'nalytical Chemkists,
BOLD) BY ALLJ DRWUIBTS EInTWnKEs.
10NEY SAVED IS MONEY
P URCHIASE YOUR ENGINES FROMl US,
.and save $lf1 ou a 10 lIarse; $200 on a
0Ilorse, and $8I00 onl a 80 Hlorse-Power
ngine. Send for our prices before puirchas
ig Engines, Gins, Presses, Saw and Grist
tills, Thireshers, or any kind of Machinery.
/e are Mfaufacurers' Agents, and guaran
e saiisf'act ion in quality and price.
W ALKER & LOUI),
No. 135 Meeting Street, West side,
Near Cha'rleston Ilotal, Charleston, 8. C.
ani. 1881 80 Sm
IS FAST APPROACHING, AND
with it the usual dull times, but
not necessarily dull wben
we take into conside..
ration the unusual
LARGE STOCK OF
NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
W. T. McFALL'S,
WIICH IS OFFERED AT REA
sonable Prices. Call and examine.
No Trouble to Show Goods.
JUST RECEIVED A COMPLETE
Ready Made Clothing,
Ladies, Misses, Men's and Boys' Hats
Factory Yarns and Shirtings,
Cottonades and Linens,
Confectionaries and Fancy Groceries,
Sugar, Coffee and Molasscs,
Bacon, Lard and Flour,
Tablo and Pocket Cutlery,
Lightning Cross CJut Saws,
IHorseo and Mulo Shos,
And in fact ovorything that any
reasonatblo person would ask for.
Reme'mber* thiat no Baits aro offered,
but everythuing sold atits roul worth,
and sati:2fatc',oin gua ran tee3 e very'
W. T. Mc~FALL.
march 31, 1881 29
"Hew to the Mark, Let the Chmips
Fly as they May."
RUN AND READ.
HAVING BOUG HT MORE GOODS TITAN
ever before, I have been able to buy cheaper,
and have now a number of big bargains. You
will be astonished to know that I sell
A WVOMAN'S GOOD HOME MADE 8HOE for
A WOMAN'S SERGE POLKA SHOE FOR 85
GOOD STJOUT IBROGANS FROM $1.10, UP.
For the Ladies.
Black Leghorn*Flat Hlats,",Cheap.
White Leghorn Flat Hats, Cheap.
Black and White Leghorn Flat Hlats, Cheap.
Magnificent line Straw Hats, Trimmed and
Untrinmmod for Ladies, Misses and Children.
Gents Panama, Indian Panama and Macki
naw, beautiful styles and low prices.
50) dozen, just ope nod.
Come and see those beautiful Walking H~ats
Come before my Goods are picked over
and see the largest and best assorted stock of
general Merchandise in Pickens County.
Double Foot Plow Stocks at $8.50, worth
Flour, Bacon, and Nails, lower than any
body. Try me.
E. Rt. HORTON.
Liborty, S. (I.
march 7, 1881 27 A
N OTICE OF FTNALA SETTLEMENT.0
Notice is hereby given that I will aipply
to 0. L. D~urant, Probate Judge for Pickens c
County, on Satuurday, 18th day of June next,
for leave to make a fmnal settlement of the es
tate of L IL. TYG ER, deceased, and ask to be C
discharged therefrom as Executor.
J1. J. THIRASHER, Executor.
mnv 19. 1881 36 r
3No. 0. WRLTJ, Ono. W. TAYLOR.
rAMms L. Ozz, Pickens C. H. S. C
Ireenville, 8, 0.1 1 A
WELLS, ORI & TAYLOR,
4 TTORNEYS it 00 UNSELORS AT LA W
PICKENS C. 11., S. C.
?rompt attention given to business entrusted
march 10, 1884 25
F. .COTIRAN, M. F. ANS.EL, f J E Boaa4,
Ibbeville S. C. j Greenville, S C f Pickens 8 C
DOTHRAN, ANSEL & BOGGS.
FTTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW,
PICzINS C. .,, S. C.
Offico in the Court loionso. Prompt
rttention given 0 all businest en,
rusted to them.
dec 9, 18.80 12
R. A. CHILD,
4 TTORNEY I CO UNSEL OR A -T LA W
PICK ENS C. II. S. c.,
Will Practice in all the Courts of the St ate
mnd Courts of the United States, for the Din
,rict of South Carolina.
In cases requiring it able Attorneys will be
issocIated with me.
jan 0 1881 16
HUGH SISSONS & SONS,
Importers, Dealers and Mnnnfacturers of
Wonunaents, , Mantels,
Fr nituee S1abs, Altars,
140 West Baltimore Ssreet,
AND COnNIR NOJITIH AND MONIIENT sin: ETS.
brawings and Estimates Furnished FILe.
feb 17. 1881 1
I a-narantee RU R1ER'S
INDIAN VERHIFUGE to
, destroy and expsel Worms
firom the human body
where they exist, if use4
according to the direc.
tions. It is a safe and re.
'.* FOR SALE. BY ALL. DRUGGISTS
AND STORE KEEPERS,
David E. Foutz, Prop,
* BAxLTnoRE, DID.
1'fiSEED$2 rcBE ST
IU ofave ergete bsines avas
r o egge rin Th plesat and pro,,fiale
roer. Good mnie illfm tisaar
nf leter o.uv, enegtmp forinesly sinvings
)1hat busie they havebeen. engd in.uidl
Lmonebuhse ho mean bu indets nee rare
INLEY, IIAlVEY & CO., Atlaunta, Ga,
NORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
No lionu wi die of OLIC, Bor or LUNG Fa
t~ai, 11ontz's POWders are used1 in t imue
Foutz's P'OWdets will cure and proven tii13aCROT.ERA
Foutz's Powders will prevent GAI-EB IN Fowta~
Fontz's Powderse will increase the quanutiiy of milk
dcream twenty per cent., and make the butter arm
e 8S to Which Iores anl aotte ar a ih ]c
FOTz*S POWDEnS WILL GIVE BATJSFACTION.
DAVID E. WOUTE, Proprivetor,
For sale by Dr. J. W,. QUILL4IAN, Easley
treatest Wheel 0f tihe Age,
For Satlo by
TrIos. W. DAVIS,
Greeunvllle. s. C.
LSO, iEALER IN STEAM EN
INES, SAWV MILiiS, COTTON
IN IgfSSES, SEWING MA.
aug 10, 1880 47
RWeamand & Danvil s. 3.
PA8SBNGBER BPA RTMENT.
Change of Schedule.
On and after May 16th,1 801 Passenger'
Train Service on the Atlanta dtCharlotto
Air Line division of this Road will be as
UNITEDSTAT3s MAIL No 43-[A]
Leave Atlanta 4 00 am
Arrive at Lula (n) 0 45 am
Arrive at Toccoa (r) 7 68 am
Arrive at Seneca ()9 20 a m
Arrive at Greenville (u) 10 68 a m
Arrive at Spartanburg (x) 12 14 p m
Arrive'at Gastonia (L) 2 86 p m
Arrive at Charlotte (M) 8 85 p m
N Y xxLRss-no. 47--P]
Leave Atlanta 815- p m
Arrive at Lula 6'69 p ar
Arrive at Toccoa 7 15 p m
arrive at Seneca 8 40 p M
Arrive at Greenville 10 20 p at
Arrive at Spartanburg 11 40 p m
Arriye at Gaistonia 2 04 a m
Artire at Charlotte 3 15 a I
U s FAsT 31Alb-No 49-to)
Leave Atlanta 6 80 p r
Arlive at Lula 9 00 p na
Arrive at Tocena 10 10 p m
Arrive at -Seneca 11 25 p m
Arrive at Greunville 1 00 a m
Arrive at Spartanburg 2 11 a a
Arrive atL Gastonia 4 27 p ni
Arrive at Charlotte 5 35 a m.
U S MiAIL-No 42-[A]
Leave Charlotte (M) 12 80 p ni
Leave Onstonia (L) 1 27 p nx
LevaeSpartanburg (K) 8 60 p m
Leave Greenville (n) 5 07 p m
Leave Seneca (a) 6 61 p m
Leave Toccoa (F) 8 01 p M
Leave Lula (E) 9 16 P 1W
Arrive at Atlanta 1205 a m
I Y EYP'RKss-No 48-[u]
Leave Charlotte 12 20 a m
Leave Gastonia 1 30 a m
Leave Spartanburg 4 05 a m
Leave Greenville 6 18 a M
Leave Seneca 7 02 a In
Leave Toccoa 8 15 a m
Leave Lula 9 81 a m
Arrive aq Atlanta 1220 p In
;'U 8 FAST MAIL-NO 60 
Leave Charlotto 12 10 a m
Leave Oast onia 12 66 a m
Leave Spartanburg 2 58 a m
Leave Greenville 4 05 a In
Leave Seneca 6 27 a m
Leave Toccoa 6 80 a m
Leave Lula 7 69 a m
Arrive a Atlanta 10 00 a in
CO NN ECTIONS.
[A) with arriving t rain s of GIeorgia Cen..
tral and A & WV P Itailroads
[II] with ari iv'ng trains of Georgia Cen..
tial, A & WV P and WV & A Railroads
[C] withI arriving trains of Georgia R Ri
[E] with Northeastern Riairoad of Ga. to
anid tromn Athiens, Ga
[F] withi Elberton Air Line to and froim
[GJ with Columbia and Greenville to and
from Golumnpia anud Charleston
(11] withI Columia, and Greenville to anc
from Columbaia and Charlesten
[l with Spartanburg and Asheville, and
Spairtainbuirg. Union and Columbia to a*
from H enderson and Asheville, and Alston
[li] with Chlester and Lenior Narrow Guage
to and from Dallas and Chester
[M] with U C & A--c c-R & D and A T&
olfor point West, North and East
P'uhuan Sleeping Car Service on Trains
Nos. 47 and 48. luiaily, without change, be
tween Atlanta aind New York.
A. POPE, Gcn'l Passedger A gent
Columbia & Greenville R 1
CUANGE OF SCHEDULE,
On and after Alonday, May 281. 1881,
paleseniger traiuns will run as herewith id..
cated upon this Rload and its branches:
Daily, except Sundays.
tao. 42. UP PASSENGER
Leave columibiai [A] 11 00 a nm
Leave Alston [n] 12 02 p m
Leave Newberry at 12 56 p mn
Leave Ilodges at 8 81 p mn
Leave hleltoni at 4 54 p m
Arrive at Greenville at 6 20 p m
No. 48. DOWN iFASSENOFER
[leave Greenville at- 10 27 a in
[i#ave fiel t on at- 11 65 a in
[Leave Ilodges at 1 18 p in
jmeave Newherry at 8 64 p a
beave A l.'ton at [E.] 4 51 p n
iarrive at Columbia [F] 5 50 p in
ea~ve Newberry at 4 00 p mn
\rrive' at Laurens C H1 6 50 p m
2eave Laurens 8 80 a m
arrive at Newberry 11 80 p m
ecave Ilodges at 8 85 p mn
irnive at A bbeville 4 26 p mn
acave A bbeville 12 20 p m
arrive at Ilodges 1 10 p mi
Anderson Branch and Blue .Ridge R.R
ceave Belt on at 4 67 p mn
Acave Andlerson at 6 84 p in
Aeave Pendleton at 6 16 p in
iceave Seneca [c] 72
krrive at Walhalla 7 20 p in
ieave WValhallai at 9 22 a mn
ieave Seneca [r] 9 64 a in
icave P'endleton at 10 80 a mn
icave Anderson at 11 11 a in
iirive at- Belton at 11 46 a in
. With S C Railroad fromn Charleston.
With Wilmington, colun bia and Atugusta
Railroad from .Wilmington and aul
points North thereof.
With C c & A Railroad from charlotte and
all points North thereof
.with Spartanburg, Union and columbia
R ailroad for Spartanburg and all points
.con the Spartanburg and A sheville Rt R
.witk Atlanta and charlotte Air Line R 1R
,for Atlanta and all points south & west
-with Atlanta & charlotte Air Line Railway
from Atlanta and beyond
.with Spat tanburg, Union & columbia R Rt
from Spartanburg and points on Spar
.tanburg and Asheville Railroad
.with 8 C Railroad for Charleston
Withi Wilmington, Columbia and AUu sa
R ailroad for Wilmington and the ~rth
With charlotte, columbia and A4u sta
Railroad for Chiarlotte an h t
A. Po PE. GeneralTioket Agde