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Jethodist.-tev. S. P. it. B1well. second
Sabbath In each month at 101 o'0lo0k A. V.
14v. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath at 11 A. x.
1ev. J. 0. Graham, 4th Sabbath at 8 P. x.
Presbyterlan-Rev. Hugh MoLees, at the
Methodiat Church, on 4th Sabbath at 11
b'olook a. m
Baptist--Secona Church, Rev. W. U. Single
on Pastor, 1st Sabbath and Saturday before
In each month at 11 o'clock a. M.
The trial of Lewis . Redmond is
to come off tbis week.
The colored folks have had a f'traos
ted" meeting in town.
The work on the now Presbyterian
bhurch is progressing finely.
Those who have sowod plentifully
bf barley and turnips will rejoice next
The old comet is still visible, though
very dim, and appears to be about one
hour high in the North West at dark.
Peaches are becoming plentiful in
bur market. They bring 80 cents per
The comet it is stated, will be visi
ble in the evening, this week, in the
vicinity of the "Big Dipper." Look
There is some talk of a largo b rick
hotel in our town. Lot us have it.
it will be full during the summer sea
ton, at least.
"Swapping" horses with a stranger
sometimes causes a fellow a good deal
Of anxiety, especially when he thinks
the horse he swapped for has boon
The lien law is not depended on in
this County to keep the mulos and
'horses alive. Whenever it comes to
that we shall take Horaco Greelcy's
advice and go West.
Mr. L. M. BIerry, of this County,
sold a now balo of cotton in Grecn..
ville on the 17th instant, It weighed
528 pountdi, and sobi for II -conts poer
Mari'iid, Augnst 14thi 1881, at the
res11(ienco of the hrido fathor, by Rev
S. A. Ganry, Mir. Va n CThris~tophor and'
MI is5 Reb31occa Shei~pprd- all of Piek
For 4)1 shoI. thu fi rst h1lo of'~ now cot Lt
nL lasley on the 1ith inst. C. 1'.
Uninwas the purchase'r, at 11 3
Ct'it' peri p01nol. Tis~ is up with
Quito ain in1tor'f'.t ing~ i prtct
Ii nt chur ich w'eek be'fore la-t. TIhere
wvoro five addlitions to I he metir.hership
of the church, and the cimurch wn,~
greatly revived Rev. 8, A. Gatry is
4 thie paistor.
DIanICATION -The now Prosbyte.
rian c hurch, loented abont twvo miles
Ea~st of' Entley Ista Lon, on the public
road leading by Cbx's bridge, to
Greenvillo, will be dedicated on the
first Sabbath in next month. Rev.
Mr Nall, of Greenville will conduct
the dedicatory services.
The attention of our readers is cal
lod to advortisement of Norwood
High School and College. it is offi,
cored by gentlcen of the highest
culture and finest .loputation as in.
atr'uctors of the young. It is located
in one of the healthiest portions of
Virginia, easily accessible, and in dai..
ly communication by mail and tele
gr'aph with the whole country.
Special attention is called to Bor
dontown Female Collogo, the adver
tisoment of whlich aplpears in'our col.
umns this week. It is an institution
of estatblished reput ation and every
away worthy of patronage. Young
ladios there are well cared for and
We had another fine rain last Sun
day. We heard a weather prIophot
eay last week that it would rain on
Sunday, and when asked for his reas
on for saying so, said, that when it
rained on the first Sunday of a month
it was sure to rain the next two Sun..
days. He was right this time, but
whether the r'ulo holds good all the
time or not, we ave not able to say.
Caors.--The crop pr'ospect in this
County is not so gloomy now asR it
was during the month of JTuly. In
somn sections of the County, an aver
ago crop wvill be mado. In others,
vh roocsfour'ths and still in others' a bou t
onoc,alf, but upon the whole a three
fourths crop will be made. This, talk
ing~ into consideration the fact that a
latrge surluhts is made in this County
overy year, is not so bad, and ini.~
eatos that enough will be m(ot
a tinDI the rdemna n oLou.OO
Nzw Barbons.-Tbere is now under
oontraxot4he building of a new bridge
across Saluda River at or near the
Blythe old place, and there is a petij
tion circulating asking the commis
sioners to receive a private bridge near
Foster's as a public bridge, and another
bridge to be built near Mrs. Ponder's
ir to be let out next Saturday. Those
with those now esttblisbod, will thake
nine public bridges over Saluda river
in this County. In the opinion of'
some of our citizons, these are entire
too many to require the public to keep
up, when four, they say, would an
swer all the domands of the public.
A Goon SELECTION --Miss Addie
R. Hollingsworth, daughter of Capt.
C. L. Hollingsworth of this place, has
boon elected, by the B.,ard of Trus
toes, one of the teachers in the Co
lumbia Female College. Miss Addie
is a first honor graduate of' the Wes.
leyan Femalo College, and is in every
way worthy and well qalified to fill
the important posiLion to which sh0
has been called. The College is cor
tainly fortunate in securing her sor,
The chicken thief is abroad. One
night lat weck Mr. Robert Ambler
heard a "disturbance" amongs t the
fowls and arising from bed, looked
through tho windo'? an'd saw some
one movo. He pullod down on the
thiet and fired at him with his pistol
three times, but, we regret to say,
without effect. The thief had secured
one chicken which he quickly dropped
and took to his heels. We hope you
may draw a bottor bead next time,
We regret to learn that Trezovant 1
Folger, son cf Mr. Alonizo M. Folger,
of Easl'y Station, met with the mis~ I
fortune of having his arm broken last
Week. The accident was caused by
the turnintr over of a gig in w hich he I
was erL~rry ing the mnai from Easley
Stationi to Table Aloun t.lini. We hope
lhe mniy soon r'ecover'.
Coxvie'rF.D.-W. J. Kelley was'
founid gull y,~ ii.n the Uniited States
Courit for' the shogotingi~ of Gary. The
jur lin g oveor t he ca se o ver thirti'y
houris, thiree', wye are iinforme d , being
for; a(cquittail antd nine1 for conIvict1iim.
'llcThe. ne finially gave away an d a
ver'd'et of guilty was :endei'c I wit la
ree Il mel1dat~in to thle mnergy of' the
of teni 'enits Iinvested.. ill a s'unp1)le box
of te KAnt1iniIin Juilan Worm Pe!!C!s,
try~ aI box and save the h)mor1 suffering
on10 1rOth ti ignlonaiis deat1h~. [Por'
Ord'ter' iho 31.Asos & IIAM UMN IBARY
Onu.s NI romi MCSMes'-u M usi c Iousi.:,
Ga~ i .:.vut:, S. C2., and save freight.
Ay's Agnei Cure has saIved thou,
santdS of' Iive ~ iln the ma1IIlIaIl districts
of this anid other countries. It is war.
ranI1ted a cer'tain un d spoed(y remedy,
free from lI harmful ingredien ts.
Shr'iner's Indian Ver'miruge destr'oy,
edi and expel led worms thirIty years
ago. W e guarateo it to do tho same
L~o duay, to the atisfactionl of cycry
one0 wbrl, uses it.
GIis.- Pr't ies intend(1inug to buy
Gills this H-'ll, wou1ld do we'tll 1.0 see
E. lit. Hlowrio, Liberity, S. (3.. u ho is
agentl for liiiil Praitt Gin. Tbc
tbest (Giln mlade, and~ thec only one hatv
in g a v vohlvin g head whIiich prevenO~lts
chonkIcinfg. TIermsI1 easy adpie
S-rAn: OV Smr;ru CA no.I.WA,
C'ouimbia, Antgnst 12th I. 1 881.
Wh Iereas, inf IoriiilIon 11 hbeeni retcei ved at
thi De1)par'tment , that an 1 at irocions. in irderi
was con, ni11 ed in Pickenis Conty on he 20th
day of JTuly, A. 1)., 1 891, utpon tihe body of'
Thomas L. IBrayeon, by ome per'son unkniownI.
Now thIerefor'e, 1, .J ahnrsoni lIngood, i]o,
ernor' of (lhe linte of' South (Carohna, ini order
tht just1ice nay b3' o n e andI I i the majesty or
t1holw vioi ed w, do1)I hereb1y off -r' a1 r'ewiard
of'TWOV() IUNIull-'. 01)),.*M Ifor Ilhe "p
prehiensi on aindl deli very in a ny jail of this
St ate, of' I he said per'son engagedl ini thiis ont
r'age, w ith p oof' lo convict.
In I e'timnony Wvhere'of, I here'nnlo set my13 hand1(
iand caused (lhe greato sealI of (lie State to be~ af.
fxed, at IXohnnhlia. I his 12thI day or
jL.8. Aulgust, A. 1)., 1881s:, andic ini uhe (one
S--hundred and six h year of' the Iii
dependence of theo United States of Amer'ica.
.JOHINSON IIAGOOD), (Governor'.
By the Governor:
hR. M. Sos 8tcretary of State.
aug 18,.1881 3n
GREENVILLE, S. C.
VE DRAW YOUR ATTENTION
to the fact that wo are re
ceiving daily big
ND OUR STOCK WILL BE
completo by the 1st of September.
Come and examine our sLock, it
vill surely pay you. Our stock will
>o larger than ever,
Remember wo aro selling to yoW
)LOTIIING at prices other merchants
)ay for it.
Don't iniss the placo, look for thu
laltanore Clothing IHouse,
Merchant Tailoring a specialty.
aug 8I, 1881 49
WESLEYAN FEMALE I1STITUTE
Opens September 20th, 181. One of the
IRST SCHOOLS FOR YOUNG LADIES
N THE UNITRD STATES. Sirroumdings
cautiful. Climate unigUpassed. Pupils
rom seventeen States. i
Terms among the best in the Union. Board,
Vashing. English Course, Latin, French,
1erman, Inst rumient Ial Musio, &c., for .cho.
ist.ic year. from Septeinber to June. $238.
'or Catalogues write to Itiv. VM. A. lIAR
U1S, D. D., President,
STAUNTON, VI GINIA.
july '7, 1881 i
A y er' s
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS
NATURAL ViTALITY AND COLOR.
IT is a most agreeable dressing, which
is at once harmless and effectual, for pre
serving the hair. It restores, with the
gloss and1 freshness of yout hi, fadled or gray,
light, and redI hair, to a rich brown, or (1eep
blackc, as may be desired. By its usc thin
hair Is thicenedI, andI baldness often
though not always cured. It checks falling
of the hair ilmmediately, and causes a new
growth in all cases where the glands are
not decayed; while to brashiy, weak, or
otherwise diseased hair, it imparts vitality
and strength, and renders it pliable.
The Vrooni cleanses the scalp, cures and
prevents tihe formna~ion of dandlruff; and,
by its cooling, stimulating, and soothing
properties, it heals most if not all of the
humors and diseases p)eculiar to the scalp,
keeping it cool, clean, and soft, under
which conditions diseases of the scalp and
As a Dressing for Ladies' Hair
The Vroon is incomparable. It is color
less, contains neither oil nor (dye, andl wili
not soil white cambric. It imparts an
agreeable and lasting perfume, andl as an
article for the toilet it is economical and
unsurpassed in its excellence.
Prepared by Dr. J. 0. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists .
SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS EYERYWHEREI.
"'1ECOND1 SESSION begins 8thi A ugust,
Board reasonable. Tuit ion per mon th of
Ini Primannry Cla ss, $1 .00
In P'reparaltory3 ClasM, 2.O()
For p~articla4rs, adros I ino P ~r.isp,
july U, 1881 44 2
LRR~iANSAS & LOUJIM.JN6
A healthful, geialt climet e: anl " exeeingly
' andl PIradceIC, a1 sure atnd certain eml'pe,
uuco can be had14.
ill nmi~il, oni alication, free of Js, p1g.
repaid, hooks wuih mapsJ0, giv:ig aui utentie
ind rel1ible infolrmat:.(14, inl lteini, *)*f te
I ute of( TeQxas, .\fIkansash , or \'esieru iati 'si
na5. Web4( dIe''ire to leT wit thosue wi-lhing
i hetter lhuir 'ondit ionl and! ire mei&'it& iii a&
Fri; n (MWe - \ L. .\l. (4 . \ Mu ii, *r[ex~
LAoI 4 liMI 1 ,
PIANOS & ORGANS.
SPECIAL SU1MA OFFER,
CasH 1rical AnD Thre! MLntbl Crebit
A Little Cash Down,onud
Balance When Cotton
During the mouths of June, July, August
and September, we will sell PIANOS and
ORGANS, either new or second-hand, to
responsible parties, at LOWEST CASH
$10 Cash on an Organ,
$25 Cash on1 a Piano.
And the balance in THREE MONTHS
To accommodate those who can not. pay
all Cash in the Fall, we will, during the
monhs of June, July, August and September,
sell at onr
One Year Plan Price.
As per I'rice LiE, and receive as follows:
k,,10 Cash on an Organ,
'A2t5 Cash on a Piano,
With one-ftird of the balance on Three
months, one-third in six months, and the
remainder in one year.
These Ofl'ers are Good Only
uintil October 1st, 1881.
L. E. NORRYCIE~, Or
McSMITII MUSIC I1OUSE,
cireenville, N, C.
juno 20, 1881 12
I A:i TilS WEEK flEPLENlS1NG MY
Stock, M~y trande has been unsually
lu-ge this Spin~g, and I am en'otir'
nged to oiler my friends still
lower prices. After all,
Whben you lhear' that thUliTON will 'linst'
heeanise hes ellhs to' low, remember~ei that. my
lMss ini iat reOsp'ct is niy patrDons giin, and~~
int I can wor~'uk for less pr'ofit t hani most
To give yen ani Elen, I will show this week
Rflo' l'; lot of'
Jot lawns Figurned at G 1-2
Cents4, Worth 10 C'ends.
MY' LA HGE' SPIllNG STIOCK OF CLOT'II,
ING is entIirecly exbaniistevd, and 1 have now on
th0 road a
Well Assorted New Lot
If you thiink I hese specimen prices are
"Paius''- --why ju st trly the -bhaits' and nothing
Iich is a. Foo~0ml-Pluck a 11c30
Li bor'ty, S. C..
jun e '2,1881 38
TIll F MOSTl WONDE)H FULJ $ 11OW EVER
iee ini Pickens hasi just arriived. Among the
variiiouis Articles in 11his Show and which can
be purchansed mit. the LOWEST CASil PR1.
CEX'-, are al'l kinds of'
Staplo and Fancy Dry Goods,
I\h~lJ)W.\ 1E, C'UT'IEH y, ahid nll kinds of'
GreiO'(si(. neededii for f'il y use. In fact.
vey ihin kept inI aL Fir't Class~ (Uermah M('r,
chaiindlise' Vmablishcment canl lbe ftnn l here' atf
biott p ri ceilrs.
F llH EMit CO) IN M HA I, will al ways be founmd
onl handi form saloi.
T'll IS SillOW ca - lhe foundo aLcriSs the stre
Griffin & Newberry.
A( l'TS ALS( FORl Dlxi H 1UANO.
jn u lt3 in
Ridamiond de MuwAll B. I
ChAnge of Schedule.
OW and after June 6th, 1881, Passenger
Train Service on the Atlanta and Charlotte
Air Line division of this ROad will be w
UNITED) STATEB MAIL No. 43-[AI
Leave Atlanta 4 00 am
Arrive at. Lula (Y) 6 64 a im
Arrive at Toccoa (F) 8 14 am
Arrive at Seneca (a) U 20 a m
Arrive at Greenville (n) 10 68 a in
Arrive at Spartanburg (K) 12 14 p in
Arrive at. Gastonia (1.) 2 30 p m
Arrive at Charlotte (Mi) 8 35 p ta
N Y F.xPrEss-No. 47-[ij
Leave Atlanta 8 15 p rn
Arrive at Lula 5 69 p n
Arrive at. Toc~oa 7 15 p m
arrive at Feneca 8 -10 p r
Arrive at Greenville 10 20 p m
Arrive at Spartanburg 11 40 p mn
Arrive at Gastonia 2 13 a in
Arrive at Charlotte a 15 a in
U 8 FAST MlAIL-No 49-rj
Leave Atlanta 6 30 p M
Arrive at. Lula D 06 p in
Arrive at Toccoa 10 10 p mn
Arrive at Seneca 11 25 p M
Arrive at Greenville 1 00 a M
Arrive at Spartanburg 2 11 a m
Arrive at Gastonia 4 I1 a mn
Arrive at Charlotte 6 85 a ma
U 8 MAIL-NO -12-[A]
Leave Charlotte (-i) 12 30 p y
Leave Gastonia (L) 1 27 p m
LevaeSpartanburg (K) 3 50 p a
Leave Greenville (n) 5 07 p a
Leave Senleca (.) C 51 p in
Leave Toccoa (r) 8 01 p m
Lenve Lula (s) 9 16 p mi
Arrive at Atlanta 12 05 a m
N Y Vnt:ss.so
Leave Charlolut 12 41 a m
Leave Gastonia 1 43 a rn
Leave Spartanburg 4 06 a In
Leave Greenville 5 18 a m
Leave Seneca 7 (2 a i
Leave Toccoa 8 15 a n
Leave Lula 9 31 a in
Arrive at Atlnufa 12 20 p m
IT H FAST MAIT.- -NO 50 [C]
Leave Charlotte 12 33 a in
Leave Gastonia 11 07 a m
Leave Xparlanhurg 8 12 a w
Leave Greenville 4 24 a in
Leave Seneca 5 47 a mn
Leave Toccoa 6 58 a in
Leave Lula 8 9 a i
Arrive at, Atlant a 10 86 a in
CO NN ECT IONS.
[ A] wit h arriving trains of Georgia Con
tral and A & WV P liailroads
 'with at'r iv'ng trains of Georgia Cen..
truai, A & W P and W & A Railroads
 wi th arriving traints of Georgia Rt R
[IF]with Northieasternt Railroad of Ga. to
an rmAthens, Ga
(F) with Elberton Air Line to and from
[ (] wit hA olumbia and Greenville to and
frot t Goutlonpia und'Charlest on
[II] withI Columina~, andi Greenville to and
fromt Columb,1ia and Charleste~n
[K]s wit h Spartanburg oand A sheville., and
Sjmrtanbuirg, IUnoi and Columnbia t, and
If rom I I enders~on an a A shev ille, and Alsto01
[1.] wi: h ( 'est er n ini Lenior Narrow Gtnag4
to andi frot Ualla;s ail (hester
[-\] withi c t & A- o c-R~1 & D) and A -r 6
o Ior ptoint WeL.St, NoribI and EIeaut.
l'uhloan We''Ting (Car Service on TrainIs
'os. -T :and -18. 1'oily, wvitou. change, be
tween A: tuanta nnd Ne w York.
A. PUl'C, Genvi'Il Passenger A gent
nube of at ive, ener'Ig' -tie huineIss canvass
(1s toi entgagLe itn1~liii a pe ntid prIofitale
businezss. Goon.d m en will find thIis a rarec
To 1the lMoiney.
Such wvill pienseR ansIwer' th1is aidvertisement
by letter, enelosing stamp for reply, stating
what buisiniess theay have beeni entgaged in.
None but t hose who meant business need aip
Fl NEY, llAR E Y & CO., Atlanta, Ga.
HORSEKAND CATTLE POWDERS
Wiu eure or provent flinene.
No Honan will dieo of (OL0, JiyH or LUNGo Fa
vim, if Yontz's P'owders are uweritntlmne.
Fontz'a Powders willcurcantd prevent haClO.anA
Foutz's Powdters will p.revent ( Arnu~ I N lw l.
F'ontz's 1owdeirs will increac the qunity of inilt
and crea twenty per cut., and inaku the butter flri
Foutz's P'owdere will euro or provent alinuost xynny
DIAEAR to whieh Horses and Cattie aro subj1'ect
Fo r' P 0.gi8 WILL (ilYM kAT[BPAOIOTo.
DAVID 15. IOUTZ, Proprietor,*
BALTI MIUlm, Mid..
F'or sale b~y Dr. J. W. QUILLIAN, lEasley
LARMO~N -WIlE L,
(Areatest Whetel of tine Age,
For' Salo by
TllOm. W. 1)AVyIS,
(Mrcenulille. N. O,~
A LSO, hI'AIt.I IN STE'AM E'N
G I N I'It E.SSES, SEW INO M A.
(1 NES, &e.
Gaio. 0. WrULLS, ) 0o. W. TAiro.
JAMS L. Oa, MazzPiclkens 0. 11. .0
Greenville, S. oj C
WELLS 6RR & TAYLO,
A TTORNEYS b C0 7Nh OR AT LA W
PICKEN&S 0 1., 8. 0.
Prompt attention givei to Miiuess entrusted
march 10, 1864' 26
J. S. COTHRAN, M. F. AN.SEL, 5 J R Boaos,
Abbeville 8. C. Ureenville, 8 C PickensS0
COTHRAN, AN8rL & BOGGS
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELOltS AT LAWt
PIO0ENS a. H., 8. 0.
Oflico in the Court Ilouso. Prompt
attontion given to all business enw.
trusted to then.
dco 9, 1880' 12
R. A. CHILD,
ATTORNEY 4 COUNSELOR AT LA W
PIICKENS C. II. S. C.,
Will Practice in alf trie C'6urts 6f the StatE
and Courts of the United States, for the Die j
trict of South Carolina.
In cases requiring it able A-ttorneys will bg
associabod with ue.
jan 6 1881 16
AVI.LADREH &80NSO (0fiiP
Columbia & Greenville R R
- CoLUaInIA, S C., Aug. ad; 1881.
On and after Thursday, Aug. 4th. 184.
pasenger trains will run as herewith indiA
catcd upon this Rtoad and its branches:
Daily, except Sundays.
Ko. 42. UPi PAesENGRR
Leave colum~bia [A] 11 00 a a
Lea ve Aliton 12 08 p Ut
Leave Newberr~y at' 1 06 p ni
Leavec Hodges at 8 48 p at
Len ve 11elton at 4 57 p nfl
1Arrive at Greenville at 0 19 P ,g
No. 43. DowN~ PAssENOBR
Leave Greenville at 10 88 a si
Leave lielton at til 57 a o
Leave Ilodges at 1 12 p -t
Lieave Newvberry at 8 47 p ws
Leave Alston at .4 46 p gm
Arrive at Columbia [p} 6 50 p at
SPART'ANBUURG, UINION AND COLUMBIA
NO. .1 UP P'AssENG HR.
Leaive Alstons 12 23 p nr
Leave St rother IZ 50 p nr
TAeave Lyles' Ford 1 14 p ng
Leave Sheltlon 1 241 p nt
Leave Fish Danm 1 45 p nr
Leaveo SanliM 2 06 p nf
Leave Union 2 34 p ut
Leave J)oneasllo 8 04 p DV
Leave Pacolet 8 22 p nr
Le'e Spartanbunrg, S3 U, & C (lepot (n) 4 08 p n
Arrve Spartanrhurg R & D) depot (K) 4 12 p nt
.Co. 43 iJowN P'ARsaNUIn.
Lenvo Rpartanburg 1 )dpt i)1 8pi
Lea'e SparLtanl'g, 8,U&Cdeo(a105pi
Leave Pncolet. 18
Leave .Jonsesvile 5 p
Leave Sauntuco 2
Leave Fishs Damn821pi
Leavn Shelton 84
Leave Lyles' Ford849pi
ArtivDedepot (o)12 48 p m
Leave&NCwdepot (t) 6 5 p a
Arrie atLation~ 11 46 p m
Leav Lsius~ess 80 a a
Ai~ijve t Nwbery 2 80 p a
Leav h~ulgesat8 40 p m
Arrie a Ar~yevllo4 37 p a
Arrive at Ahonge 1 07 p ar
Leave Niewberr at 8605 p a
LArve atd Laren at 6 45 p U
Leave Laensto 8i, 16 p a
A rrive at NwberrylI 11 4 p a
Leave WIldges at 8 47 p a
LArve Sat feil 9 4 7a a
Leave AIbbevlleisst 12 10 p a
Arve Aid50lat 1gs1 12 p a
LArrve aBelt on t 1 0
Leandafero atoedt hog aswl
Lee enlet n Coubaadaltesnil
LAv W lha CBlauifohretn
Ll Wienecag n] onbaadAg~
1eavePnleoa frm Wlnntr n l
Leave A $no atlref
Will ~ c& ARaiload romch0rotp a
sill poits Nort8thereo
a. wth ~lsvil~ ad 8artnbu g 1 B alo
for ~ins inWesern ort 20 p a
a Oid ad lassill Rai11 12o A a
A loriv a a d e eton l1 4
On andh alftr above1 dhatrlott i csio Ril
bru ht eesClbi and Henersnville alod o l
withou changesi ad vet
A. W ith S C liailroad from Charleson.
With W\ihningtor. colnumbia and Augusta,
lRailroad ftrm iltnington and a llw~
Willh ch&Iarlroad rolmb carteI sAu
lalo oints o rt teof heNoi
n. with Asheville and 8partanburg Rlailroad
foroint m W(estern Nlort aoia
i. wit tlan~uta andu charlot te Divisioni Rich
uuisnd and Daunville Railay from Aew V.
lat a and beyond
it s soguth uindwes