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Sd4 ns demanding 75 oents
r, buphol in this market.
The farnibra'ocro holding their coL
:ton bettor than usual.
A 4airy rain fell at this placo on
We return thanks to Secrotary
olloiy.Ior a complimentary ticket
to~)ho grounds of the State 1air.
We have haid our corn "crap" gath
oetd and that littlo black calf is dii
Wo diroct nttonion to tho advor
isomont of tho old and roliablo house
of William BonCtio, Greenvillo S. C.,
- ivhiel '.ppoir in out' colun ns t h is
Iwook Give hii a call when you V18
)t th0 city.
For the convenienco of otir'sibsdijib
ors at Easley who are in ari'roare, we
hhvo ;loft their accouhi vith Mr.
Alonzo M[. Folger, who ,is uthorized
jo recoive the amounts duo ts ti'ndro.
coipt for the same.
Col. W. E. Welborn has sol'd his
plantation in this County, and,, pur
chased another on the wators of Tuga
00o river in Oconoo County, to which
place ho will shortly move.
Mr. L M. Berry and Mr. .U'alton,
have sold thoir plantations ticar Eas
Joy, and purchased a plantatibn each.
on Crow Creek, ton miles west of thIs'
place, and will move to their now
We regrot to learn that Capt. W.
R. Berry and his son, Frank; are both
down with typhoid fever. We -trust
'they may soon be restored to health.
Rev. J. C. Parrott has sold out his
'interests on Crow Crook in this CoUnW..'
ty, and will move t6 Carnesvillo, Ga.
He is a good citizen, and while we
regret his loss, we at the same time
congratulate Carnesville on her. gain.
Ur. W. A. Clydo forwardod to us
last week, a very fino sample of mica.
Vo will send it to the Agd~cultural
fi . disaster to a steam boat on th e
MiissiSppi on tho 28th tit., fourteen
. poronsI lost t heir lives, ai~nngit whom
were several ladien.
Theli Rditorli roturns t hank.a to Col.
0. P. lField for a lot of the largest a md
ticoest tturnips he hani ?een thiis season.
One of them weighed 4j ponunds.
William Smit h, of M'arlboro county
'hot and killed a nlegr'o man who
madeo ani (JutriavenusI aMsniIt on his
w'ifo. Smitl ii s1 uren ered himisolt to
JCXTF.N8IoN ('F T1 MmE.--Treasurer
)Row en ha~s received notico6 from theo
L m~ptraolbar'(. General t itut1 fiho timo for
lIaR been ext onided to) the 01,h ilmrt.
Afteor that datoS yealties al.teith and
snust be colleoted.
Thie Keowoo Conrier' says that a
co'V holonging to a colored man of
Oconce County3, rocenmthy gave birth I
'to thrieo enll \e-two) hellersi' and onto
,bull-col->r'. t~V(o hlack anda one red.
The triplets tare strong, healthy looks
o W wore pleased 'to rooeive a eonll
from Mr. WV. A. Mauildin, of Easley,
Jast week. Mr. Mauldin has been in
'juite feeble hoalth foIr some time past,
but we are pleased to know tight he is
gradually Improving, anid is now got..
ting able to attend to busineiss.
We have heard of two little fl'ati
Suffs in our county recently. Trwolvo
*dollars and a halt costs is about thme
'amount of damages reported.
'a few days I will begin to col
:Iect by law all unpaid balanoos on my
books. in doing this I muay have to
proceed against my best frmienids, but
1 am compelled to have mny money.
Please cnll at once and settle, or' oth
Wrwiso arrange, or else do not be oft
Aended it' an offioer calls.
E. R. ILo'uToN, Liberty, S. C.
RETURNED.-Mr. John ILngston
'and family, and the family of' Mr. J. S.
N immonis, w ho weont from this Coun ty
'to Missouri last fiall, have rolArned,
satieflod, doubtless, that Piekoens is
the best place yet. Mr. Nimmons
will remain in Missouri a month or
ao yet, whon lie will also return. J3ohn
and Jim are elever follows, and we
are glad to wolcome them back.
Tfar andi Shoe String and Thdrng
Loaatbor always bh hand at miy Sad
dIcery and Ilarness Manufac'tory and
Loather Store, Main Street, Groon'.
Villo, S. 0., next door to the sigh of
t.ho large Boot. I amm nowv with my
superb Collor Stuffer making the
.IIANDsOMEST aind bEsT IkOMEMADE
TroNO and ilAND SicwED COLLYAn I
#ver saw. (Call and ascoertain my lo w
jtrtus. Jlidos bought, andl sold.
Mr. M. 1I. Ilunt, tine of' the sub.
statntial and prgesv farmers of
the Daousvillo section of our' County.
informed us brat, weck thbat, the coLAon
crop in his immediate section was rn
ther' light, in consequence of' a hail
.atorm that visited that sootion last
smmmer, lie also inf'ormvd uw-that a
whsite insect which lhe tookc to be lice,
had, in addition to the hail, injurnd
his~ cott on considerably. T ruly tis
THE GIIRAT TOAEPAUQR SHOW
Twenty Trained Elephants.
On Wednesday, Nov. 2d, Adam Forepaugh's
Colossal- Combination of Circus in two rings,
Mammoth Menagerie and.Museu m is. to ex
hibit, afternoon and evening, at Greenvillo.
The present is the seventeenth consecutive
traveling season of tils famous combination.
A recent exchange, alluding to it, says:
"Forepaugh never had a poor selow. He is
one of the few circus owners who has always
exhibited all he advei timed; he has the largest
and the best tented exhibition traveling, and
any one of Its myriad distinctive features,
stih as the twenty performing elephants, Ihe
twenty-two trained stallions, the trained gi
raffes, the wonderful troupe of bicyclers, the
surprising feat of Zuila riding avelocipede ov
er a - inch wire 100'fcet from the ground; or
of 'Loyal, tho man-meteor, who is blown from
a cannon-any one of these, or a hundred
othors equally ne and novel features, is well
worth the admission to the entire exhibition.
The circus is on so gigantic a plan as to re,
quire two great rings. The menagerie contains
nearly every rare animal known to natural
Our readers who wish to witness th mam
month st.reet parade, which includes the
beaUtiful Oriental romance of Lalla Rookh
departing from Delhi, should reach town by 10
o'clock on the day of exhibition. deduced
rates can be secured on all railroads.
'G. W. Taylor, Esq., ono of tho ris
ing young lawyers of Pickons, has
boon in tho Cit'y the past wook. Our
neighboring town has not a bottor ore
horo oxcellont young gentleman with,
i it.-Grtoenvillo Enterpriso 111d
Dr. 0. M. Doylo, of Toccoa City,
Ga., mado us a very pleasant call last
week. Tho Doctor is a native of old
Pickons District, a prominent physi
cian and during tho war was Bargeon
of the 2nd South Carolina ifos. Ho,
also worthily reprosonted dooneo
County in the Legislature siido the
war. He has largo and valtablo land
od intorost in thia County hnd thinks
of becoming one of our citizons withi
in a short time. W o extend a hearty
wolcomo to all such worthy addiLions
An army of wornis, gnawifg, gnaw
ing, night and day, enting tho viLuls
a way 'isfrog uontly the causo of' cons
vutlsiotns and1( fitLs. Shtrlie' Indian
Veriuifuge is tho remody.
Iil)w enn a singlo dose of Ayor a
1'ill4 cutre hiontllaO?
By remiovinig obstruioI~ns fr'oi' tho
ysem -reliev intg the stoma'chi, aind
giving boulby a.ction to trfe digestive
"You cantnot r-eco?.rmond your Kaun
quita Inudia~n Won\ EoIlots too h igh..
ly-"' J. LF. Sullivan, Walhalla, S. C.
'II m ullinig youtr Worma Pollets liko
''hot~ cake'.'' TIhey rcomndc th~om,
selves." G. C. A rvo, Long Croek P.
4)., S. C. Exce sior Chemical Comn
!tmty, I9rop)rie.toIs. Fori sale by Dri.
.J. W. Quillian, Easley.
Th1y Thi~rty Days' Trial.
Wo will send Dir. D ye's (.tCelbrtel filectro'e
Voltaic Belts and ot her E'lectric Appliances
on tr ial for thiir'y days to ymuig men and1(
oler persons who 'are afilictedl with Norvous
Debuility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranoteeinug
speedy relief and comnplete resborat ion of viz
or and manhood. A.Jno for Rti3fhemaism.i Netu
ralgia. Paralgie, 'iver and Kidney diffienl
ties, Rup tmr'is, anid nmany other disenses. II
lustrglt:6 'piphlet sent free. Address Volt-aio
1fe1t 0o., Marshall, Mich.
I IIAVN .JJUN~ OPENED) A VEIY LANOE
STOC OF)DiE5M OODS, from 9 cnts up;
a large line of Cloaks, from $1.50 u pward(;
ShawlIs, Unssimeiresi, J1eans. Flianels, Blank
,es (Comf orts and Quiltn, in im men.'o quia
tit ies. St ocks of Blue and lirown Shirti
('alicoes and oilier stale Gooda A line ol'
Not ions, llosiery, and1( Gloves not suirrassed
inl this in4het. A very large stock of (lent's
andI lIoy'is liats. Tfhe celebrated l(ay State
ltouits and Shoes -every pair warrantid ((
8011 very low. 'Try me betere purc-hasing.
nov 2, 1881 8 2m
TO SELL A HOUSEHOLDl ARTICL3
IIIE1 poor as well as (lie rich, the old as
well as thie young, the wife as well as
ho lit .band, the yountg maiideni is well as the
boy3, may jtust as well earn a few dollars in
hionest emll ~oymrent, ato I)sit. artountd the hotuse
ahd wait for others to earn it fo~- them. We
can give ydd ethphoymetnt, all the time, dr
during yotur spare hours only; traveling, er
in your owni neighinorhooed, among your
friends tud Abdurisintatnces. If you do riet
car6 for enl'ploymenit, 'vs can ipart valtable
informaation to you fret of cost. It will edst
you only one cenlt for' a ldostal car-d te write
for ourn l'rospect us, andA in may be (t theind
of muak ing yon a good many dd1'rs.
D~o not nieglect t h d~ 'l~ tpportunty . Tea de
ndt have to invest a large sunm of money, and
irun A great risk of losing it. Ye'a wil.t -eadi
ly see that it will be an easy matter to make
L'-em $10 to $100 a week, and estr~blih a la
ct-at ive and indrependent bnusidess, bi nirable,
straighitforwardl and profitable. Attend to
this mat!,er now, for there is nioney idi it for all
who engage with tus. We wiV. supr~ise ye.
and you will wonder why you never wrote to
us before. We send (till part iculars free.
Address BUCIKEYE M'F'G CO.,
(Name this paper.) Marien; Obe.
Isept 22. 1881 2 ..
3al~iore lothini HBule.
S. BRAFM AN.
GREENVILLE, S C.
WE 'DRAW 'iOUR ATTENTION
to the aot tMat *o nro ro-.
ediving daify big
AND OUR 8TOCK Wiilrl BE
comple-to 6y tho 11%t of Siptombdr.
Coin nd oxamino our stock, it
will surely pay you. Our stock will
be larger than over,
ftoinber wo aro sellin'g '1 yuo
CLOTI lNG at pricesothor merchan ts
pay for it.
Don't miss the place, look 'for the
Baltimore Clothing Itoure,
Cl elnd ~illoci,
Merchnnt Tailoring n spocialty.
Aug 18, 1881 49
Exclaimed Presidenlt Gar
16l0 on. his Arrival at
" Ef U R E K A!"
EXCLADIED OUR CUSTOME[:S WJIEN
they have aniined our LARGE STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTEl, GOODS, and have
learned at. whlat wondlerfully lowI prices we
are solling Ithem. We have just, received and
aire daily receiving a lairge lot of MEN'S uand
IBOYS ('LO01111NG. CAS.Sl M EIIS, . hANS,
andi 11E.\ VY GO) DS, ST A' P1t :iuid F ANCY
D ilY G~ ODS, B!O( TS, 8110 ) i, an.i1 II A'TS,
(IrotceriQIs, Leatheir, &c*., whtichi we are selling
at b~:otton prm We :.-o detiaaerine 0o 8e11
our large s( ock. G ive na a ial.
We pay no rent , no0 clerk hiire, and our
ff axes are ni .,Iere son g- so we canti sell an Cheap
'' rnvptr Ihnui any onei else. We decry cuin-.
('otton, Corn, Fodder, and all Con'ntry
Pronduce li'~nght twr cashI or hrtei-.
T1ry 19 Yo hnul we will not r~sk yoi ~o
comec againi. Voan til como the next timo
wit hour, an invite.
tiffin & Newberry.
Sept 22, 1881 2
The Latest The est.
THE BEST IS THE~ CKHAPCST,
T.'Ih indsomecst and( iniost colulet o
LARGE ARM MACHINE
ILLUS4TRATED CIRCULARS SENT
Victor Sewing Machine CJo.,
Southern Offiee, No. 13 N. Charlos St., Baltimore, Md.
eoo.sgp Bqsa og .,'uIpJOJa
Pousn JI JftX ix Ae,3a~anuI
'A poq ultiseumn a eug$ uio.sj
N4EW RICH BLOOD!
*r n*Purg~uttere Piuu nkt- New Ritah
Ti, andl~ Will comipeteliy chflnro theo blood In
thet entirone atemi In thiree mfonhths. A ny torer
who will tiko I pill cach n ight from 1 to 12 weeks
may1bereatrnel to soundi he'althi iif such a thisg
bo oalbe. entby ailfor 8 lettr sarnp.
rfy-muid p fno., Mn.coza
AGENT8 WANlED 0
for etrentarig, tnrms t"tm kw ni ati
3aine* ca.. as ws ,s . .g
PIANOS & ORGANS.
SPWOIAL Uxmn FOFEl. I
Ca:d 1icea -W ThreE MntHi Qred,
A Little Cash DJowi, and
Balance whann Cotton
During tho months of .1une, J4uly, August
and Sept eniher, v:q 'will sell PiA NOS and
OllGANS, either tiew or second-hanti, to
responsible parties, at LOWEST CASfI
PRICES, payable- -
$10 Camla ona ak Organ,
$25 'ash on a Piano.
And the balance in TlRiElE MONTHIS
To nccommodate thohe who an not pay
all Cash in the Fall, we will, during tie
months of June, July, August and Sept enber,
sell at onr
One Year Plan Price.
As per Price List, and receive as follows:
010 Cash oin an Organ,
$25 Cash on a Piano,
Wit' one-third of the balanco on Three
mont , one-third in six months, and the
remn .der in one year.
Th 'se Offers are Good Only
U1ntil October Ist, 11 .
I. E. NORRYOE, Or
MeSMITIL MUSfC HOUSE,
Greeinville, , C.
June 80, 1881 42
THE BEST REMEDY
lliS8883 Of llO 71'08 liLliS
DisEas s f thiThr a aM th L l
aund reiale remedv is
niall Iiiable. An~ V 11t'
. sneh remedy a nor
ot lher M soininentut ly muer
its' t'heir l confidc of
the pub(li c t is a si-e
en~ itie cihton rof
.ECOIXL t. res fth. iestdrugs,
atheiay funited, ofal
aui~lrdi - - sucuowe a sdI iate to tt'isure
~ ag or ithe se.o I efi'ieny n uiform-~le
I hoy~ U iiget * ath rr ti1w ftunrhition if all
ordi nary Coughs, Colds, sore TIhroat,
BronchItis, I uil uenza, Clergymran's
Sore Throait, Asthma, CJroup, anid Ca
tarrh, the effects of AYrEns Ci uur P'ne
TOftar. aire margical, and( nmitlitudes aro an
smially preserved from serious illness by its
timiely and1( faithful uise. It should ho kept
at llandl in overy hrous(ehold for the pro
tection it aff6rds in sinlie attacks. In
Whooingcough and Consumaptonm
thee i noother remody so eflcacious,
soothing, amid helpful.
Iniv prices are inducenients to try some of
the mnaniy ixtuires, or syrn ps, mnade of ceapen
fmd ineffective iingredients, niow offered
wichle, as they contain no currafltive qualitiesi,
can afford only temporary relief, arnd are
Sure to deceive and (disappoint thne paltienlt.
iIseases of thre thr'ont and( lunngsd demand
active andl effective treat meint; anid it is dann
gerons experimcnting with unknown aind
cheap meodicines, from thme great liability that
theso dliseasets may, while so trilled with,
become deeply seated 'o incurable. Use
AYmE's CItauurY PtcToltAL, arid you may
confliiently expect tlle best results. It is a
standlardl mnedical preparat ion, oif known anid
ackniowledged1 curartivo power, anid Is asi
cheap as its cairefuil preparation and( fluo~
inrgredients will allow. Eminrent hysicianrs,
knowmng its comnposition, presribei it In their
practico. Th'le teut, of half a century has
proven its absolute cei-taintii to eruro all puI
fiOnary compnhlaints riot already beyond tho
reach of human aid.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer 8& Co.,
1'ractccal and Aunalilalihelte,
BOLD) BY ALL DRIUUoSTB Ev~YERrHR3.
The State of Son th Caroinma
IN COUIRT OF? COM MON 1'LEAS
J C O'Bryant, PlaintillT, ngadins: Ltuey Evinis
Alary 1" iarroni, .bunmes II O'lihyanit, wil
liuam A O'Blryant, and iI l4' .\ligani, Defeind.
alnt s-Coryv Srt ous- F.'oat 11..,isr) g.(OM
PLfAINT NOT SERtVly.
TO thle efondanits above niamnedl-.
Y OU are huehy snniiui'ned andt requiredh
.1 to ainswer 1 ' o('inplatint ini this act ion:
i i is file i in, thIie oflice of the Clerk ofl
'2om ion leasi, for Ithe sa1id cun ty, anuI to
ser~ve; fl Alpy o u nswer to r he sanid gen'i.
p jlit on thIe surbscribher nat. hiis otlice on a i ,
St reet , at Il'icken Court lione 018' . C., wvithli
in Iwety dasys aifte th Ile serPvice hiereof, ex-.
clusive of the. day of suh service; an td itf von
fail to~ answer thle cotimplaiit withIiin the tjime
nrforcsaid, lie plintiit in iihis action will ;ipy
ply to the Court for tire relief deritandedl in
Daited Sept embier 27, A. D. 1
TPake not11i'e--thait the sainniuiwns inId th i .
ion, of which I he' foregoing is a Copy, to-.
get her with the' colmpilaint therrin, was file~i
rin ihe oilice ofC thle CIlerk of t he Coirt of ('oml
titn Pleas for t he County anid 8tate abolEve
namited, on the 27ilh daty ot 8eptember,0. A. P.
1881. tCinA. P'. b,\luggT',
Planiiniti A .i tol-hey.
tMt 'd, ihzi 3
flehmnond 4& Danvil B. B
Change of Schedule.
On and after Juno 5th, 1881, Passenger
Train Servico on the Atlanta and Charlotte
Air Lino divis-ion of this Road will bo as
tTITED RTATB MAIL NiO. it]
Leave Atlnuta 0
Arrive at Lila (n) ( 54 a m
Arrive ati Toccoa (8) 14 i
Arrivo tit SelCa c) . in
Arrive tit Greenvi le (ui)
Arrive at Spartanhurg (it) 12 11 tit
Arrive it (Gast on i. (L.) 2 8f m
Arrive at Ch rlotte i) 3 1) i
N T 1XPR1'l--NO.
Arrive at. Luilt i
Arrive it. Toccoait 15 1)
arrive at seneca 8 -1() 1)
Arrive at (Gr'eenvil10 . 2 ))
Arrive at. Spartanburg 11 p p
Arrive at. (ast onia2 13 i it
Arrive at Chaiot I c 3 15 a in
11 8 FAT !AIL8-NO1
Leave Atlanta p~3~ in
Arrive at Lula 9) 06 1) in
Arriv ait Tocca It; G ai
Arrive tit Seneca 1 41 25 p m
Arrive at ("rcaaville 1 004 a ty
ArrIive at SparuInt'ina rg a 11 anr
At-rive tl it oAishia a in
Arr'iVe Lt Charlotte1 3 C5 a m
IT S 'i,-N 42- 1.,%m
Leave Chiarlotte (,m) 12 30 p In
Leave (nasmoaaia (1.) 1 27 p) in
Levac ~tparahttgrg : 3 -5 0 p m
L~ea t (a) A 40 p n
Leave ATbel (a)n 0 1) p m
Arrive at ATlcia 12 0 p m
Arrsive a~t eneca ] 25 '1 am
Lave M!aut eil e 1 43 a in
Aive S partaln hirg 2 06 a in
LeAive Urealivile "" 18 a m
Letave Senaeca 7 02 a tit
Leave rioccoa " 15 a III
Leave S)ti 31i a m
Arrive at Atilntit 10 p a
SA A --No 5
Leave Ch1alotte (1) I n
Leave Gat:1on1ia i.)11 7 a i
Leov Slariaulrg 12 a I
leaive 4; ren-liville (.)
Leave Senaca (n)
Leave Toccon1 C, a III
Leave Li:Lt I )9 a tI
Arrive t., Atnt a a7 p in
nil a tailA & W1' l'i i lreptm
r 13 w .: raiat f ergi Cey n
'1iv at Aihi arv i ait f(eug t
Leave Crlot tuets
Lev iSatanhurga bnan1( rcavfetoaa
Leave Grvi(altaijtia(' evlle t n
toiv at rAu tlaistatii(i ,a
[ 1J huFa Ma A-CC-i )r-dAT
PtltaveSai Snhu g (a-Stvc nTan
heavea Aiontasautt e
U 3 -1 a m)
~~9 31 a m
rad 24-a m
Arrivar tArtnntacrt O ~ac 10tl ol5 a m
[A]) wv(ithol aresin ris ofl Goracen
tral TIIIA & W P- anai lotids llt ~
 wr'it he ind trin of lorgiaCen
VIra ITA & l'aPE \ AY WlCloi
anNo. t'romA2hens, S 1.
F] wit Elron oAtir Ln toand from~
DENberton.REE . I
(i i wit Columbi a t Greenile toand
fro Goni at th Claies tn fro o r
[wit ooit Itwl Greei leto~ andt
t'rm olmba u Calet<.n~ fuh Oqn
[I wih Piricnur wit Ashevile. an
Siruug Unint alo ('lma eto and
Orans $30nero and AsevilleatndaAstyn
to (51n.l mIlWrrnd hu
[tar th tl &ai LA-te -l &Drst -
o fo poin We forthne lg
Nos.i 47iac n i i t. Dail . w t otnh : e
t oee tultta au iNaew York.a Il AL 00
D ANa - F.rr ...T
Washinton, New Jrsy, United States f America.
V9 iT hornt 0ne rMos-t I bmlt~tb
Nohmet.. ofl ta n on th Gilobo. ~ ,NOF
VISa*If ~TORS, I':!~iAE ALWAY WE.LC0Ita .
I'uttu l) taveilscar or thoea olotmrat Rv0L.
atID~ ~Oto lpatet ore, r
["tar ale ly I cr J.i. Noi othe miA n'act
ttt tthr ) att VSurter a Imli 1 tisOrian
Orgtans $3cn uwrsii ratvrey
1 yIaft .vo camt vtaiit mg lit: ~p fa epy i ia
sure~t~t t send f or aet ba~te~incla
D NiEL F. BElA T T Y
INoEV i rm111 dJin o C, At:auitor UG F
0Xo. 0. WCLLS, ano. W. TATros',
JAMN L. Oni, Pickens 0. H. 8. 0
Ureonvilie, 8, 0.
WELLS, ORR & TAYLOR,
A TTORNEYS CO UN8E 1ORS AT LA In
PICKENS 0. 11., 8. 0.
Prompt attention glven o buiinee enrtd
iuare 10, 1884 96
J.-8. COTunRAM, } M., V. Aiisai, f 9 U
Abbeville S. C. fJ reenville, 8 01 Piekess o
COTHRAN, ANSEL & B00G.
ATTOINEiS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW.
PICKEN3 C. fl., 8. 0.
Offlco in tho Court Iouso. Prompt
attcntion given 't6 all business one
truLst0d to them".
dc 9, 1880 2
R. A. CHILD,
A TTR0JN 1, j- CO UNSEL OR A T LA V.
P I C K E N S 0. II. s. C
Wijl Practice in nil the Courts of (le Sa
and Courts of tle United States, for the Dig
trict of South Carolina.
In cases requiring it ablo Attornoys will be
assoninted Wvith nio.
jnn 6 1881
0 15 CR UND00C
Columbia & Greenville R
PASSENG Et DEPAl1TMBNT,
COte 'nIDA, S C., Aug. (30th, 1883
On and after Tlivirslay, Sept., st. I
pasenager trains % 'll run as herewith !nd4A
cated uponi t his lload and its branchesm
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 42. UPi P'AssENaliR
Ljeabe co'nbia [A] 11 20 a
leave Newherry at 3 .1 Ip
Leave Ninety Sii. 2650p
Leanve lloudges at 8 62 p pp
Leav e Bel tonl a1 f 05 p re
Arrive att Greenville af. 6 27 p ii
NO. *f. DbowN PAPAl:NGHR
Lenve GIreenv'illeat 10 88 a o
Leave fIellon at it 57a
Lecave hlodges at i 12 p sa
Lea~ve Ninetty Six 285 pme
ajenve. Newberry at 8 47 p a
heave Alstoi at 4 46 p
Arrive at Columbiba [r] 6 60 p sn
SPAl(TANuIUl(, UINION AND COLUMBIA
No. '42 U'! iu'uan~M~cfa. .
Leave Alb ton 12 40 p se
Leae L les'1r 1 26 p se
l~av hehen'i 1 86 pm
loaveli Fish ib" 1 56 p im
Leave 8:iui tuu 2 (08 p it
hea(ve Iotn". 2 85 p n
Leavye .l(onvTVL: 8 04 p as
Leo ve Paeo'l. .t. . 824jp m
l e\ Sj l labn-. 8 U.,& C depot (tn) 4 08 p my
Art vo brat:ia 'arg it & D depot (u) 4 12 p
Leave Sitic Dp
Leave Fi.sh Iara 31
Leavo Shelt on 8?7~
Leavec Lyhes'' I'ord 4p
Leaive 8iroi her401pm
Arrive ndepot (n) 28 p *
Ncwhrr~'iii896 p m
~f ~ (~ I 69 p a
*AI'ive at Ntvhwry 1 02 p g
Leovo lI~flg/15 yi 66P
he~ae .~Lhctjt~12 6 p f
.\tr~'i'oL i aoles4 05 p g
.\rrie atl Aon 4 06 p py
V( LA0 It ith ~ 6 A2L oAa,
Leav Newerr :%.a0 8 j 20 p a
.\rrive u :,hmrens 7 I 45 p pn
leave Lauea 8 84 a en
A rrive at eherry : 11 80 a ma
Le av ft ge at 8o0d o og cat p it
Ai rrv ale A~ b U eio 4 46nd p ueronva.
..ri at li eugge 0
R~w i:!/' R. Ri a' .l 1 aid Ao sBrnc
Lev liel 8 aht. Viuiiton a 5 0
fea t J4hne [el . iWtsc nNugI (Ji 0 p
Ariveatd o Wal aulla ieRah 7 for p p
Ieivrenis oulitad 1080t.
Lea vei I Al la I ait ci ""l " .)iv i 12o Rica
Aie auu ueion arilc il 4r8 a
lnfad ae nheoetdnf hog as
te u beiil ii itii Ca)nii and leB Hedernill
wit hout c u ot ihth Ws.
A.* it It I i jIroad foro Chrl s to n,
'i~tcaiint , col, uL hit'an Angue'.
Wi eatailoa for(rtom carioe and:
n. 'ii bi A.shev ille ai Spart Ianburg Rtailroadi
for itII'ise i~ Wetr ~ort aoi
c. wiithi Albunita an i d chairlol (e Division Riel..
unand nand Dhavllo aia for oal
S . wiiti Atlatae and~ i ch aheington D.C.
wh"ct d aiend Danvillt e (a niorotad o a&
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