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ff. 21e. $a
Methodist.-Re~ . S. P. H. :lweH. second
abbah i01ech m1onuth at 10 o'clock A. M.
ReVB . Olift L. Dirant, S1 Sabba b aC I Ar, .
ilZe 3 . (iranm, 4fh 'abbath at 3 v. X.
Pre1% n-Rev. INth McLees, at th1P
-'eLhod i'a , rch, on 4th Sabbath at 1t
elock rt. m
BeASit-AccoriA Cmrch, 1ov W. B. Sin"
Iut P4movr; Ist SqhbAth aud Satursday bezb
I etach i oloth at 11 o'Ilook i. m1.
10 ay low 0oun 1 try peoplo lill linger
te m;C rointains.
In ou Ioon, n(xt ycar will be
theoarce and bi d est t( got throu%
gh 'ver experienced In chie country.
nnie says that he waR very much
pioatd with .Brevard. le is rather
t" on the question.
. Mr Ewell will reach at this
jsee on next Sunday evening at
.I t*ndlo light.
V r. Barrett and .Belton Ambler
t out 'posum hunting a few nights
M.6e Uind succeeded in capturing one
o 4he nocturnal animals.
Tho Y. M. C. A. of this place have
called a meeting, this Thursday night,
ior the purpose of electing officors for
the next year.
Mr. John F. Stewart will accept
the thanks of the SENTINEL for a nice
melon, which weighed fifty 'pounds.
When can you bring another John?
'I ho Government has fixed the value
of coins with holes in them. Dollars,
85 cents; halt dollars, 35 cents; quar
ters, 18 con ts; dimes, 5 cents; nickles
not "wurf a sent."
Mr. C. P. Runion comes to the front
in this issue, with ice, cheap goods.
Call and see his stock when you visit
The school trustees of Easley school
district (No. 1) will meet at Easley
ot Saturdny, thp 17th instant, at 9
o'clock, A. M., for the purposo of set
tiling with teachet of tid district..
0. S. Bowr, iTrutee.
VIJNEnut Norce.-Theo fnneral oi
memoa'rial ser'mon of M1 rs. A. M. Ron,
ion wvill be prezach ed ;a Iiasley cn thli
4iih Saabba th in S etmber, instan t, at
ii (o'clock A. M.. hiv Il v. Mr. Elwell
The robiztives~ an1i frieml4 (of Mr as. Dr.
atge and f~amwily are invited tA t
tend the services.
Mr*. WV. T.r Mcall bonght, threw
ha Ot Cof oton lasit week -two fron
Bowlina. All the I aler' c~ame fro'm Llia
Six M1ile section of' ouri C .nant v. whaich
by theL wayu~, i.s becomwinag t~ho best cut,
tonl section n the C'ounty.
ilEFRu 1:Si M E NT.- W e are reg nest cd
by the lad ies of Pickeiis to st ate thwat
they piropose to IItI rish riresh men t8 s a
reasonabe prtieus, dIunrig Conrt weoek
in the room aidjoiinwg the SENTINEL
offico, over Mc Fall's store. The pro,.
coeds of their sales are to be applied
to tho benefit of the Presbyterian
Uhurch. ~They trust the public wvill
generously patronizo them.
Mr. Julius E. Boggs and Prof. Jas.
P. Cary have been elected delegatcy
a by the Y. M. (3. A. of this place, te
attend a conference of' the organiza,~
tion. which is to be held at Walhalla,
vcommencing on next Friday, and
continuin~g Saturday and Sunday fol,
} Mr. E. R. Hor ton's new goods are
bright and pretty, both houses as futll
as they will hold and he is selling
f'ast, Run and get a bargain. He
pays the Greenville prico for cotton.
,Last Monday near Mr. E. S. Grit,
fin's mill, Coroner Kirksey held an
inquest over the dead body of Wm.
Duke, colored. The verdict of the
jury was that the deceased came to
his death by accident, 1t appears
that he was driving a yoke of oxen
which ran away with him, threw himn
from the wagon and crushed his skull
Mr. Joseph Maxey, formirly a citi
zon of this place, but recently a citi
zon of Central itation, died at the
a latter place last Monday week of
The Cler ks of the Boards of School
Trustees are hereby notified that they
are required to send in till reports on
or by the 25th September 1881.
.4 0. T. JON'Es, School Comn.
p The liver is the organ most speedily
- disordered by malarial p~oisons. Ay
or's Ague Curo sexpels thiese poison'i
from~ thesystem, and is a most excel
lent1emedy for liver comnplaints
Th'o comple*'oh is often destroyed
by worms. It can be reaturd by talk,
ing Shritier's Indian Voermifugo.-.
Only 25 centes a bottle.
"And.Bro. of 11", box of
our Kauuita Endian Worp Pellets,
and after git7ing my little girl the first
dose ste passed 2 large worms and
4u44 thi t 4aya I gave the Pol. h
let,i28. Bhe is four years in
old Broom, Oconee County,
lsal by Dr. J. W. Quillian,
Pumpkintom TeInt .
We have ploaty of oorn and peas.
Cotton Is as gooof as common, but
there is plenty of lef6d for sale. M
We want "Hg p,"dog and whis
key out of EPnt intown; then we
will haveo ni*rreligion, hog and
Dogs have'tUn shcep right into 4
Steve Holder's house. He fought
with fire shovel and drove the dogs
Lewis Carol fought a rattlessnake
near Table Rook- B-Ath dogs were
bitten. Dr. Jones called at once,
dogs better, but Carol lost his hat in
"Bones," of Dacueville, Notary
Public, is behind times advertising.
He should say to the SENTINEL, "Mar.
ried on or at by N. H., Notary Re
public, Mr. Enke Miller to Mrs. E. b
Burgess-both colored, of Pickens 1
County. After ceremony, great joy;
dined together-pleasant time-send t
THE PICKENS SEETINEri nice sorghum
cake." Ho should never light a can-Y
die and put it under a bushel-but on I
We will lay ourcase before the next
We want "hog up," whiskey and b
dogs put together and sent off on the
train. This is just what we mean.
Crow Creek items.
AIR. EDITOI: As almost every sec
tion of our County has boon repre
seited through your spicy and worthy
paper but. this, I therefore givo
your readetrsi a f'ew items, thinking
pro babldy t hey imighit interest them,
as they are from ai sectioni that has1
long beeni noted for its fer.~tility and1(
Crops light, esper-ially cotton. Corn
tolerably gooid on bottom hool~
WVe ha.l some timo sinco a very
- itereIs.ting protratcte meI tet ing n' on
dutdby Revs.IBuriino *mand Whlilt
mr.A bo ut t wventy attached Ilhem
solves to the huir ch.
We~ have all.so hi~il a fluisinig Sab
bzt .t -'!ol0, ililinheii ig :boiit. Meven(.y
ii e t.chiolars. We' hav e al so h:md a
~inin~ig school, tughit by ltev. G. W.
Lost. but. not least, we hav be'hien
haing~,, a very interesting. Ii terary
school, aughit by .3r. B 8. Iloggs uan'd
M s .E. l3Ilinii.sly. It tininiberedl
about fifty schllars. S'i you see we
are inot, beh in a s regar ds religious
and1( Qterry progression.
Messrs. MuiirphIroo anid Parsons havo
put up a saw mill at the confluenco
of Big and Little Crow Creek; and
aire now engaged inl puting up ai cot
ton gin. We wish themn abundant
Ordeir the MASON & IIAMLIN BABY
OnoAN from McSMrru Music H~ouse,
GnuuNsvi'x:, S. C., and save freight.
P ric o, $22.
1 AM now prepared to GIN AND PACK
..in s plenidid order all the COTTON 1 may
be favored with. Having erected a Daniel ']
Prat t 8team Cotton Gin andl Press near the
residence of Mr. Wm.. Pickle, on the P'ublic
Road leaiding fromi Pickene to Easley. I re
spect fully solicit a reason-rble share of pa
tronaige, and guarantee sat isfaction,
ROBERT F. ARIAJL.
sept 8, 1881 54 2
7'ssr1 rauvi i IIa eNewil
Tiootd, and will copeeychange the blootd in
the entirevtemi in three mronths. Any p~erson
whio will take i 3pill "peh nightfromi 1to 12 weeks
mayV he restore(1 toi sottnd health i f such a ti
beC)o'4sible. Sent by mail for 8 'letter stamhin
e .JO7I.v.AO N 00. ZCo tna
folrlr/ Iivnger, M.. -,.f~oM..
tin~ Machine ever invented, ilknf i of
sto4-na. with H EEL and TOE conl in
20 minutes It will also knit a great variety of farncy
work for which there is alway a ready market. sendiJ
fr circu1 r and term nto th .'onb Knitting (
-'mm-IORG ANS 18 useful stops, 5 seta
roed s only $65-. Pianos, $125
up.3 Ilusrated (Catalog. Froo Address
EA TTY. Washiingtnn, N. J.
detrey jandI expel Worms
fiem se umaam body. ti
where they exims if .ed C
aeeoriug to the direen
tiens. it is a aaS ad re.
FOR SAtE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
AND STORE KEEPERS.
* * David E, Foutz, Prop.,
* sALeraons, ama.
'i0 T PE POl.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THOSE WHO
kve not had an opportunity to I isit my store
person, I Invert prices of a few
r course it Is impossible ib the small space
lowed me to do anything except give a few
Men's Good Wool Hats, 50 cents, up-Wo
en's equally low.
Men's Brogans, $1 60 and up, a good tap
tie, worth $1.75 anywhere else for $1.26.
Long Handled Shovels at 50 cents, 75 cents
Very good selt Knives and Forks for 60
mts, worth 76 cents.
Trace Chains at 60 cents, cost you every
here 65 cents.
21 yards Standard Prints for $1.00.
Handkerchiefs, 6 cents.
Men's Hose, 5 cents.
Corsets, 26c, 60a., 76o., $1.00, and $1.25.
Boulevards, 60o. to $140.
Trunkb and Valises very low.
I guarantee to sell Clothing 10 per cent.
lesper than any concern In this country,
reenville not excepted. Can show you a
ood long, heavy Overcoat for $2.75. Nice
ants from 75c. up to $10.
100 Suits just received. These Goods must
e sold. Will duplicate Greenville bills with
0 per cent off.
Sitting Bull Boots at $8.50. Now I am de
)rmined to sell Goods. If you give us a
liance we will certainly sell you- Bring us
our SEED COTTON.
To parties who owe me, I would like to
ty, if you do not wish to sell your Cotton
ntil it gets higher, bring .it. in and I will
[lip and sell when you order it sold, and you
ill get all It brings. I have done every
ling I could for you during summer, and I
xpect. you to take care of me now. Reinem
er I sold you BREAD and MEAT.
E. U. HORTON,
Liberty, S. C.
sept 16, 1881 1
T H E
k1ltiore Olothi'nE og
(AREENViLLE, N. O.
W E .DH A WYOU1I ATTENTION
ceiving daiily big
AND) OUR STOCK Wlia B3IC
chmpilete by the 1st of Setmbr
>c la&rg:.r than~t ever,
flereinbr w are eliing to yon
.~['I II N G atL in-ics other me' irclut lit 8
>ay fori it..
Don't itniss thec p)1nee, look for the
Baltimore (lothinig Ifouse,
.M erch unt Til onrig at spe-inity.
aiug 18, 1881 49 '
OT~YICE OF" FIN.\L SETL.\l E NT'.
Not ice is hereby given, thait we will nip
ly to 0. I ,i Dranut, Probat 1e .1 indge for~l Pick
ns Countiy, on Alonday, :-d Oct ober, 1 881,
or~ leye t o m-take a fina:l sett1lemiient of the
state of N AT iIA NIE;L LYVNC i, d'ecased,
nid ask to be discharged thIeref'romi
GI. %l. LV NEil.}
.JAS. T. BUi)INE, E'x'ors,
sept 8, 1881 52 4
Ihe St ate oft Sou th Car'olin a
C(JNTrY OF l'ICK ENS.
N COURT OF CO.MMON PLICAS
lary C Ihendricks, Plaintiiff, 'Igtinst, lIester~
Rlichardson, as Execut rix of I he last will andi~
testamnent. of Noah T Rtichiardsonu, deceaIsedl;
Nanna K llichardson, Ida C R ic' ardsoni,
Bautah I lRichardson, Carrie RIichiardson.
Noah.T ~ltiardlson; ihe personal represen.
tative of Charles P Richa~rdsoni, detceased,
when appointedl; Alatthias Richardsoni, El -
bert. N Rtichtirdson, Clarke RIichlardison,
Charity E AMcDaniel, Enoch 1i Richiardson,
Thiomias J RIichiardsoni and~ Fra ncis E Rtich -
ardson, Defendent's.--Co.MiAIr r ou IRe
'a thie Defendants above named:
SOU are hereby summiionied and require d
to ansWer lie comiip'aint. in t hi~s act ion,
-hich ia filed ini the ottic of thle Clerk of
lie Court of' Common P'leas for P'ickena3
Ouinty, and to serve a cop)y of your anaswer
> he said comnphdint on tihe suibscribhers at
ieir office at P'ickensM C. It., 8. C., wit hini
wenty days after the service hereof. exclii,
ive of such services, anid if you fil to ain,
wer (lie comnplaint wi ithin thIiat timwe, the (
laintdif 'm the aiction w iij ply to thle courit
>r' thes v.1let' denia tded in the comnplint.
[L.8. J. J. LEhW IS. ' c u'.
0RTor ,IKE[Tl1 & ilL~INGSWoIITII,
O) th; )efeilndani, Cltagrk Rich-irdlson, Ch'lar
ity Eo. Aletbaniel ando Thzoumas J. iichiardl
Tahen-ot-i-ce that (lie compliint in i s aic
oni was Mied inf thbe office of thie Clerk ot' the
curt af Conimmon leas for Pickens ('ount y,
thie'24th day of August 1881; and that thie
jects of said act ion aire ani accounting and
tiiment of (lie estate o-f Noah T. Rtichaird
OWTON, KEI~l & IILLTNGSWOlTIH,
swot L 1881 51 nm
PAN &. ORGAMI S
SPECIAL SUMMER OFF1R , :
CUB rioel ARD Throe ontUO rdii,
A Little Cash Dowim, and
Balauce when Cotton
During the months of June, July, Angupi.
and September, we will sell PIANOS and
ORGANS, either new or sieconl -hand, to
responsile parties, at LOWEST CASH
1$10 Cash on an Organ,
$25 Cash on a Piano.
And the balance in THREE MONTIIS
To accommodate those who can not pay
all Cash in the Fall, we will, during the
months of Jr.ne, July, August and September,
sell at onr
One Year Plan Price.
As per Price List, and receive as follows:
$10 Cash ont an Organ,
$215 Cash on a Pianto,
With one-third of the balance on Three
months, one-third in six months, and the
remainder in one year.
These Of'ers are Good O(nly
until October 1st, I81.
L. E. NORIRYCE, Ot
AlcSM1TII MUSIC iOUSE,
Greenville, ., C.
june 30, 1881 42
r1 A Iz --
V EGETA BL
Has been in constant ;
use by tho public
fot' over twenty years,
and isi theo best p~repaRration1 -~:
ever invented for RESTOR- Tu7
INO GRAY HAIR TO ITS State
YOUTHFUL COLORI AND A SayCr
fodand color to the hair D
sini. It wlvinceaein
thicken the growth of tho YS
hair, pr'eent its bzclaing dos
andi falling off'. and thus 000
AVERT i BALDNESS5. ndN
It cures Itching, Erup. mend it
tions and D~andatui. As a RS as
HAIR DRESSING it is very great
desairable, giving the hair a -rup
silken softness which all
admaire. It keeps t he head 'in medi
clean, sweet andIE healthy. C1I0,
Will change the beard to a BUOWN or
BILACK at discretion. Ileing in one
Preparation it is easily applied, and
produces a permanent color that will
not wash ofT.
R. P. HALL & Co., NASHUA, N. H.
Sold by all Dealers in Medicine.
TIlE MOST WONDIElRFUL 811OW EVERt
seen in Pickens hois just. arrivedl. AinogI ihe
varIious Arle Is ~in thiis Show :al whIich ctan
be purchased at the LOW EST CASl iM
CES, are- a'l kinads of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
TO[ILET SI' \PS,
II(ARDW l E, CUTLAElY. sandu all kinds of
L'verlythiung kept in a lFirst ('hiss tu-ieeral Mli-,
::banadise E'staiblishment~t canI he tonedu huere ,at
bot tomr prices.
Fil EMIl Ctl( )N M1 l'A L will alIwas) be found
'in hiandl for sale.
il IS 5i10W cai) he C'n I acr:oss the street
>ppoweite the (5out i. fouse, at thle
Griffin & Newberry.
AGENTS ALE~O A010 l)IX[E G I.No..
nt, 1881 1
Change of Schedule.
On and after June 6th, 1881, Passenger
Train Service on the Atlanta and Charlotte
Air Line division of this Road will be am
UN1TUD STATES MAIL mo. 43-[AJ
Leave Alanta 400 am
Arrive at. Lula (m)
Arrive at Toccoa (r)
Arrive at Seneca (6) 9 20 a in
Arrive at (1reenville (it) 10 68 a in
Arrive it. Spartaitihurg (x) 12 14 p in
Arrive at (astnia (,) 30 P
Arrive at. Charlotte pt) 3 5 P in
N Y EXPss-No -[j
Leave Atlania 3 1P
Arrive at Lula 6 0' 1 11
Arrive at. Toccoa 7 1 1 i
arrive at. Feneca 8,10 1 111
Arrive at Greenville 10 20) m
Arrive at SpartanbIurg .11 40 p n
Arrive at Gastonia 2 13 a in
Arrive at Charlotte 8- 15 a m
U 8 FAST MAIT,-No 4S-[v]
Leave Atlitnta 6) 30 p in
Arrive at. 1btla 9 00p in
Arrive aM. loccom 10 10 p in
AtriVC at. Seneca 11 25 p I
Arriove at ("'~Ii11 1 00 a, it
Arrive 11t, Spurt ibI nhir 2 11a tiI
Arrive tit Gast4ia- 4 31 a i
Arrive at3 Charlotte 15 a in
U 5 p mL-No
Leave Chiarlotte (.m) 12 .0 p m
Leave (:iastui (1,) 1 27 P) In
Leve S Part tilill rg (1) 3 50 p In
Leave (i recnv jilb (1) 6 0 7 p In
Laive SiCha () 8 1'51 a
Leave TlntCO (r) 8 01 p i
Learive at.1ula (E) 9 16P it
Arrive ait Ai ltita 1205 a In
Leive Clarloe 12 43 a in
Leavo (lost on ia 1 4:1 a in
Lavt e -Spartilm, .1 a ' 06) a i
Arave areeiville 18
Leiiv Senleca 02 ai
f, va v i'oov'',a 15 ai
ILeavo 1,la 111:1 i
A'rive at. Artlnita 12 20
It s F'ASTi' MiA 11-NO -')0 [v
Leave 0 IIU1,'leI 12 28n a in
Leave (ust onia II 07 a in
Ljeave S.lir'I it 1r g 2 12 a III
L~eave G -cei'ecn e 4 21 a in
Lelive s('l(eca, A -1 ai III
L~eave Toceoi iG ( 5:; ai
Leave L 11, 9 (W I
Arrive a Aale 10 :153 a In
r dW STA R..!&i D I
Leave 11 C arlteii(tr) iso eogaR
Leave]wt Ga t i (r,) ci iiirodoG.t
Levn Spart anhro ( i in o ) f
Lev Grenvile ('ottbn i. Ienii
Leae Lul ( tjt to 'onutat n
ti ad 51lpim
Arrie atAtlnta 2 t a a l in
Lefnv It soni 1 :1 i
ISa Greeville 18 a miic iia' I si i
Leve otns ae -ula en9ge i1 a-m
Aonrive hatIII Ainutaii i Cti ~ 12 20e pm
Leave Gasto illIrco G'1'1 07 a m.9
Lae Greenviill 4~~.M'fc~~tn o-f n m
LeavetiIL~ iy e Toccoa ti ba i 5:e alrni
[ A ViDriin rofGeorgi Cn
tr'l Ai byW l'. .Jl W* &UA liJarAtlsid
[~aE wit Northeaster linic AfG.,t
[F]i with Eberoi ie oadfo
A G) wah 1t'olumia~ and GrFenil to aind
from Eohnpl :A\' ('harlest oni ~
fromIZ lIendro 4n7sevle an lso
Ono. ' WLORas, P 'l. a.0
JAN3S J. .On, 4PJ &'.B 8.0
Greenill., 8. C.
WELLS, ORE & TALON,
ATTORNS F8 G 'O UN1NLORS AT )ir WiJ
PICKENS 0. 1., 8. 0.
Prompt attention given to busines oenkau4
maroh 10, 1884
.S. . Co-RAn, I M. F. Axs=, f J 3 Bo0a,
Abbeville S. U. j Greenville,.8 C Pickens 8 0
COTHRAN, ANSEL.& BOGGSo
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS ATLAW,
PIC=ENS c0 ., s. 0.
Offmeo in the Court House. Prompt
attention given to all business onow
trusted to thin.
(ec 9, 1880 12
R. A. CHILD,
ATTORNEY COUNSELOR AT LA W
P I C K E N S C. H 8. C.,
Will Practice in all the Courts of the State
and Courts of the United States, for the DIis
trict of South Carolina.
I'n- cases requiring it able Attorneys will bir
associated with i me.
jan 6 1881 16
*ILJR EE I~saro
If not aon d in your town o
1 84 un a 1ial Vard oat&
logue and Prieos. The Oldet1w*9#xmot .i&.,s.;Pf..c
DAVJD LANDRETI & SONSF,1n.Pa.
Columbia & Greenville R t,
Cotr1.ni11A, S C., Aug. 80th, 1881.
Oi and after Thursday, Sept. 1st. 186f,
passenger t rains will run ns herewith ind.,
cated upon this Road and its branches
D)aily, except Sundays.
No. .P. UP PAsSRNGHR
Leave columbin [A] 11 20 a rs
lien veC A 1st onI 12 26 p a
Leave Newberry at 1 21 p ,.
Le'ave Ninety six 2650 pm
Leave liodiges at 8 62 p r.s
Lenve lieltoni at 6 06 p a
Aerive at Greentville at 6 27 p a.
No. 4;. ItowN P'AssUNGER
Lenve Greenit lle atL 10 88 a rn
Li'av e I elt n at. 1 1 57 a ra
Leave llodtges at 1 12 p wt
bave~ Njinely' Six 2 85 p mi
a:ve Newbierry at 8 47 p -
leave Al.'toni at 4 463 p --
Ariv at olumbhia [v] 5 60 p
SPA ITANhUlto, UINION AND COLUMBhIA
No. 42 y- P'ASSHNGRR.
Leave' Alston 12 40 p m:
lIC~tave SNirother 1 18 p n:
I In r Lls' lFordl 1 26 p ;i
eveShelton 1 86 p
li~eave Fi h litm 1 56 p m1
Leive Sant te 2 08 p
heave r no 2 85 p a
Ieav e J1onesville 8 01 p *n
I"ove P'acobt t 8 24 p e.
Le'e Sp-lrtanburtg, S UT, & C depot (n) 4 03 p -
Arrve $lpar1tanbui~rg It & 1D depot (a) 4 12 p ~a
No. 'jG howN P'AssBWNR.
Leave SpartairhvurgIL&)deo()124p t
,ea e Sjimritl 8, U&Cdpt()10
Leave lP.teiclt8 p~
:Hvi e SHitie i 0
LeaIve F'ish Iiiia8m5
Ive' le(s' lord847pw
Leve StrPot her 40 '
tr& D depot (o) 12 8 p 'a
Leuv Newen~yat' 896 p a
A ii yeat Iat ns CII 1 46 p a
Atijy at Ni~ bery 2 86 p mi
l~ea~e Ililge :it8 645 p a
Arrie it Ahiievilo 4 87 p m
I~i1P AlheyjI~ 1 47 p m
Arrive ait A~olsto 1 06 p ma
Leave Newherry at 68 p at
LAve at InrnsO at 6 40 p s
Leave lanttlon 8 20 p vn
leave 110.1'en [a] 7 20 p
Arrive at A hville 7 45 p
heave WAhevllo 1t923 5 p
Arive atIQ': li,] 05 4 to
Leave 'erlto at 5080 p
Leave Aitnderson at 11 40 p a
LAtrvea elton at 11248y a
Aivle t Whae.45p
av WalhallC "az atro9n 28rle a n
Leav Pedleoa fo 1i0mn8 andu
Wit rie atet a& 11Rilrod48o ohr at .:
On andh Atletabv ifd Calte Diviroug cd
hernhten Clmi and ndrsnvileRiwa o
withouts ange. 1 es
AWit a "ariad yon 2retn
i: wi ih Wibntn, cottn hi -sn ARio
mailrod fromnWilm ingtioadfr a
points Noth thn eof
v.with S C & Hail-rod from charbiteoar
n.With Aseillego.Co~i and Spranugao
aldfor t in iestr ndorhe Caroir
e.WithAlatn charlotte Divisioa n ARicus
maod frCrot and DavilhRila forl:
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