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Dulegation is wurpet word now
Ao wo new candidates appear in
A Pt'oiraeted meeting is now go,
ing on at Secona Churub.
Mies Jennie Edwards of Due West
Is In Pickens for a short visit.
Read the advertisement of Messrs.
Mulahan & Gwinn i) this issue.
"Mutic calms every animal but
Cotton is raised in Pickens Coun
ty up to the base of the Blue Ridge.
We rettrn thanks to Mr. Jere
miah Looper for a nice watermelon.
"Rules" will get plugs knocked
out of ibero occasionaully.
The Pi t ns delegation to 'the
State Conve: ,'on left For Columbia
on Monday m - ning.
Newn of fine \rops and an abun
dance of fruit come to us fron overy
section of the county.
Tel Clayton lot is soon to be or,
namented with a fine boardiig
house and a $4,000 Institute.
A friend suggests that this is the
0 time of year for parents to teach
their children to.stay out of other
Master Johnnie Grady has placed
us under obligations to him for some
very nice cider.
The Keowee Courier sanys, "Qcun
bers are sure to W. U. up." Let
them severely alone.
We recently heard a young mani
say the sun rises and sets Due West
from Pickens. Its machiniery must
be out of gear.
The county campaign opens at
Pickens C. II. on next Saturday, at
10 o'clock. The candidates are ex
peted to be present and address the
pesple. Come one, come all and
let us give them a good crowd to
Boe"was in town last week.
Hie says crops and unadulterated
4 iDemnocracy proi)1ses5 well ini his see
Lium. He is trying to have a t
<flce establisheId in his neighbor
houd, to bie called Looper, in honor
of itev. TIhios. Lou~lper, w hich. it es..
l~atdd#.aed,. will be quite a conven,
ivnce to that section.
Miss Florence P'owars, an accom..
p)lished young lady of tdhe --L 'ne
Star State," arnd recent pra~duate of
the WVesleyain Femalde Institu to, is
visiting the Famity of Col. C. L.
Rev. T1. L. 11>uek, the bHind HBap
tis1 inister preaebeI)d arn inteL rest
ing~ Sermni)f at Secuona, on Sundany
Jast. The11 theme of' his discourse
waui God viewed as a loving and a
Major D). F. Bradley left for Co.
tambia on Moinday. lie goes to at..
tend a meeting of the Directors oh
the Penitentiary, as a member of
the Executive Press Commit tee and1(
to witneIss the deliberations of the
Adjutant and Inspector General
Mainigault visited this lace on the
~28th ult to inspect the Ihampton
Rome Guards. As only a few of'
the members of' the company were
present no inspection took place.
W~e regret exceedingly to chroni
ele the death of M rs. Wyatt Mears
which occurred in our little town on
SWednesday the 26th tilt. Mrs.
Jicars had been sick with fever for
about three weeks. 11er relatives
and( friends little thought that she
was so near death's door till just a
short while before she breathed her
last. Mrs. Mears was a consistent
member of' the Methodist Episcopal
Church. She leaves behind, to
& mourn her said loss, a husband and
deeveral small children who have the
sympathy of the entire community.
Wmn. RI. Dodion was committed
to jail last Saturday on a commit
ment issued by Coinmissioner John
L. Trhornley, of Pickens, charging
him with illiot distilling. The pris,.
ornor has been sent up for the action
of the United States Court, being
erried to Greenv'ille from Pickens
by Miarshal L. R. Fisher.
SOuUIERN CULTIVATnR FORL AU
GUilT.--The August number of clhis
standard representative of the
Sosthern farmers comes to hand
. , eral days ahead of time, and is
. reatly' superier to any agricultural
publication that ever e'ime under
our notice. The Atlanta Constitutaon
says of this paper, that "every page
beari evidence of careful and able
buriness munagement." it is a
matte ne orataion . tatw
IOh. 1). Wayitt Aiken sends ut
the following: "A compeitive exam.
ination will be held at Cokesbury,
8. C., on Tuesday .the 6th of Sop,,
tomber next, at 10 A. M., for t sue.
cessful candidate to the Naval Aca.
demy at Annapolis, Md. The can
didate will be required to report at
Annapolis on the 22d of September.
Dr. W. M. Grier, of' Duo West; It.
L. Lewis,.ot Central; G. C. Hodges,
of Ninety Six, and T. S. Perrin, of
Pr'osperity will conduct the exam
Pickenis and Pendleton both com,.
mence with P. Multumnin Parvo.
The Faculty of the Pickens High
School has quite an addition to it in
the person of Miss Ida Bradley. We
are satisfied that Mlihs Ida will stc
ceed in "Leaching the young idea
how to shoot."
Nearly a hundred pupils in the
Pickens High School and four ex,
Mr. Frank M. Hlicklin of Chester
has been spending a short time in
and near our little town. He never
knew that the up country was SO
attractive before. lie saw during
his stay blue mountains, lovely
mooninhoy nights, splendid driving
roads, limpid streams and laughing
wvater, and some of the ftir repre
sentatives of mountain beauty: Up
on the whole we thitnk Mr. lickhn
simply had a "Lempus."
wishing a perfume that combirnes
novelty, delicacy and richness, finrd
Florestoni Cologne entirely satisi'ac
On last Tiesday mornitirg Mrs.
Ray, wile of Rev. IHar(ly RaV, was
found dead in bed at theira home near
Bethany church in Garvin. Mr.
Ray was away Irom home at the
tLime, attending some of- his appint ,
ments, but a gentleman and( his wvife
friends of the family, had spent tic
night, with Ma's. Ray, and tney' to
port that 'he was heard to move
abott day light, a nd t he suipposition
is shie died uahouat that time otI hearit
d sease She leaves her hiusband
anvd e'ight child r'en, altl bo~iys antd
most of them small, to mou ra an
untim Iely and Iirr'epharabl els.-A
The booming of' the guns att Alex
ant iat wVas heard, by telephonies at
tatched to the suhmar'in tc(able at
Malta, a distunee of'800 miles.
Mat. EDnrron: 1 wish.l to any through
your a column)11s that it, w as t~hbrouaghi
miy niegligence in) not givinhg the
p roper ifomti on t .0 thait caused the
diierencae in Mr .' J. D. O'Br'yant's
andl Mr . J1. E. Gil lespie!'s niotice iin
refer ence to a sin~ginrg and Suntday
School celebr'atiotn at Praters Cicek
CThurchi, anid not theirs.
WMa. J. G., Sec'y.
A DrFFrcULT Patonr~ir SOLVED.
TPhe desire for stimnulants is becom
mrg a monstrous evil and how 10
overcome it is a er~aious quiestion
withI reformers. Par'ker's G ingerj
Tonic fairly solves the dlifficulIt prob
lem. It invi gorates body antd mtid
wvithout intoxicating, andI has
br'ough t health anid happiness to
many desolate homes.-Enquirer.
See otheri column. 4
Meeting ot the Pie~dmont Association
tist Associat ion will convene with
thbe Mt. Carmet Church onl Tiuesday
the 15th day of August, 1882.
W. B. SINGLhETON, Mod'r.
J. H. BOwEN, Clerk.
CIHARL.ESTON, S. C., July 26.,
Mar'ti n Becket, who wast cfonmmitt.ed
to jail at llampton (I. IH. 01) Thars
day for outraaging a white gir'i 12
y'earis old, wans takecn from jail last
night, and Iyanched On a plac:a'd
on his body was written: "Oua'
women must be pr'otcied.'?
Bes~t ever made, Emory's Ltie Caithne'tic
Pills, pleas9ant to- take, suigar-conf ed: no
gr'iping; only 15 cents a box, of' l)r"ggist s
or by mail. Sttiianard Cure Co., 114 Nassau
street, New York.
GJATK CITY STOJK Ftrrarsn, Careny's Fn1!rr
Dai I ER, LAfIBE'TII's .'! Pn(ov E:I FLY FAN
McID~1IE & CO(. wat. a live 'act ive man in
every city and Itown in the Uniit ed Mt at es
to h.adle atbove ar1tice's. E'x elus I tiv rih
1o ,aitifncI tre Filter'er' and Driers. WVrite
to Mcllride & Co. for terms.
Do you want to make monley and beneflt
your necighbor's, wr'ite Io) Ahln, & Co.
Atlanta, Ga., andi secure right to mnufac.
ltre Gate City 8 onie Falter, Cherry's Fruit.
Drier. Big money in it,
A maon with vim atnd get uip enn make
mnoney by secuin ig cotrot ini htis town or
city, of 'Gate City St onte Filleri, Chterry 's
Frauit Drier', lamhethl's 1miipr'ovedl Fly Fan
Write to McBride & GJo. for' circular, terms,
&o. Address Mliii a t & Co., Atlantra.
Personal ! To Men Only !
The Voltni n..e Bs n Co, .mnusa mid1
Malaria, Chills and Fever, and Bilic
attacks positively cured witlh Etnory's8i
dard Cure Pills-an infallible remedy: nei
bails to cure the most obstinate. long-stas
ing cases where Quinine and all other r
inedies bad failed. They are prepared e
pressly for inalarious secions, in doul
boxes, two kinds or Pills. containing
strong cathartic and a chill breaker. sug
coated; contain no Quinine or Mercur
cuusing no griping or purging: they a
inild and efficient, certain in their a1cti<
and harmless in all cases; they effectinal
cleanse the system, and give new life ni
tone to the body. As a household remaeiJ
they are unequaled. For Liver Ottnplaij
their equal is not kiown; one box will ham
a wonderful effect on the worst. cae. Thi
are used and prescribed by Physicians. ar
sold by Druggists everywhere, or ventt t
mail, 25 ani 50 cent boxes. Emioiy's Litt
Cathartic Pills, best ever nale, only
cents. Standard Cure Co., 114 Naissi
street, New York. june 16, 6m
Under and by virtue of the provisions
the Second Section of an Act, enritled 6,
Act to aithiorsze the consolidation I of 0I
Atlantic and French Broad.Valley Rlilroc
Company, and the Edgefield, Trenton rm
Aiken Railroad Conipany, and other Con
panies herein named,; &c., approved Ja
nary 31st., 1882.
All person, corporations, township
and nunicipalitlies holding sharesjlof iI
capital stock of either the Atlantic ai
French Broad Valley Rtailroad Comspany
lie Edgefield, Treton and A iken'iiailrou
Cornpaiiy, are hereby notified to met
either, insperson or by' duly authorized r
preIzentatives at. eltn, South Carolina, <
the 1th d:iy of A ugust, A. D. 1882. at
o'clock P. M. for the pu'-poses of effeclir
tlie consol idat ion of said two l:ail .'oadCor
paniesqunder lhe said Act , 1pproved Jot
uary 31st, 1882.
J. N. COCHl[IAN,
President of tie Atlantic and t'rench Broc
Valley Itailroad Comtipay.
K.President of tle Edgelield, Trenton at.,
Aik~enl Iailr-oad Comipany.
july 13, 1882 43 5
,fP~BOVED A Ng
W E ARE EN\C. UljIVE AG1ENTS Fui
TIllS CO.\PANY, F"Ol PIt.\TT REVOL'
D)ENSE:RS, wvithaout doubt the beLst G I
nowv mal:Le, amnd. the only onie that ill ni
choke. Ask Thlouma s l'ark ins, Ehias 1):
or any 'ot haer per'scu usinrg I ihem. Over
in use in .ii n deson tailA bheil ile ('ounti a
s')tal~hatin ne ain i tal speni'ile to a
G in ownvmers. Tazkes out dirt, nil s.ro
anid everyt hinig else. I uerae:ses Ii lby C(
ton fromn .- ioaeus peri lpoan~I, auid 1ii
larigely iln ginI-f~lig, &c. li-ice, $5.
pa/able iln the Falul.
CO0K'S EV.\P~lA.\T0 ItS
Thee.' ar ie k now tov biIcie thei best God
their Ikind, uand we canl offer t hemt low a:
give y ou ut il Is Niovemaber to pay.
('all at1 our store antd seie the 8eed Colt
I)OT ' & Em 7 WN
june 1, 18 '2 87
CO UNTV CO011.YINSI() 'f'I?' 0 FiC
l)X o'd'i'' " lli' t ("'asly(c,
3 mssiner, 1 will bet at the Biih
aicross TwVelve .\l ile lIiver, ne.ir N. .\. Ala~u
(lel's. on TIueusday, Au-u-ti I te SihI. at
o'c'ock A . M. fiilor ih urp[Iaoe of Leaiing
the Lowvest. R(esponusible inider'a, thec It
pauiing of samid a-ri'lz.. l'lant mal specil
catimons maade knowna lil dlay iif laini.
County Conuiass oter.
july 20, 18'2 44
FIRE~ INS~URANCEl AGENCY.
1F YOU WISil INsUlt.\NCE AGA1NE
FilItE ON YOU Il 1)WEh'LING, F l'tN
TUR E, NIERtCi A1is, &( , appaly to
G. W. BOWEN,
At IHudgens & I lg igens, l~ishey, S. (
Agenmt for the Continetatl F'ire liasur~an
Couin pny of New Yoirk.
juane 8, 18M2 38 6
Na'urie's Span kI'ng Specific for indtige
t'ona tata liilioumsae ti, thle water'i of thie fa:
,Jni Selhzeir Spa, is dulal~icate i m a momae
w~lhh aL Sponital of' TIailtn.'s S'laizeriA
raient, w.'hhi containis eve'ry vailuiale el
ument of thle Germanur Spinug. Th'le grei'ate
phiysiians oIf Euriope pronounchltie thiat fri
gift (of l'r'Vodece I le maost poatenit oif t
k nownritu a liratives, 'anmd is fac-'111iil, fr'ee
and( foaminrg, is now place I wit hini ii
reach oft evei'y UViv al in thIie west ern worl
SOLD BiY A LL~ ltUG ISTS.
P) I UT M By U. M. WOOLI EY, Atlna
V AlB IT given, and efere~ce tojienni
CURlE sendl for moy book on TI
HI abit tand its Corie. Faee.
july 20, 1882 44 4
Notice to Debtors & Credito
peerless E nagine, 3:1au9
I have the followi.ng artic!cs nt the F,
n1 Clod CrusLer aud Pulverizer, This is tii
Ilradley's Renper. 11ower an1 Ilny I11ak
The Celebraledl Vicior One Ilorse'Gr:nu
Automnatic 1hitaionl Gates. Ex-f ovemri
refer to lIon W. IW . Perry for ny inroren
I have ju st receivel the Agency for
linrro w. It has great advant.ige over the
Call and exanine.. Iron Fences for Fho
B~LUE GRASS SEEE
Orchard Gra~ss Se
White CIlover Se
P A I N TS3.
- P UT TY, &G.
Tla e (a recuirille Dug ie e
. oct t;, 1981 4
rM. C, Wicei
KIEP3 CO(NST.\NTL\ oN .N IAN
f ull Stock of (;ENEIl. AlIli~I ANIs
viz: SUO \AR. COFFF.li. SA LT, ('1O)
EllY WAlHIE, CAXI.I(OES, .JEANS, a
all1 kind 's of GIOt )D1), wvh ichi he sells as5 che
as9 anyl oilher Nierchantw ini the (County.
cc All kiis of COU)IN UU 1'PROI)J 'i ta
inl exchIanlge for (G OODl) , and1 sat( i~sat i
G'I i lve me a call and11 be0 convinceed of
31. C. WINCIJEST'1l.
ntp 13, 1882 3
E. W. Marshall & Ct
Wholesale and R'otail Dcalers In
Necxt to Ferguson & Miller's,
.GRtEENVIL4LE, -- - S. (
d Samples Sent When Desirei
. n ay 4, 1M82 U
Errors ef Yout 1,
- G.ENTL [E IA N who su flered for von
E.fromn Nervouws I)ehifiwy, Pre;,'.II
8 . tecen, -a nd anl InP afr .. . ,..l. l r .a ..:
LLE, S. C.
0ing King, New York.
ctured iat Wayniiesbaro, Pa.
ref ory prices: The (elebra-t I A eme 1Iirrow,
best ilip',elliellt eVer ili-otluced On it plaiLa
, milificitred at Syracise. New York.
Dbill. Vielor Trippe li ingeiid i1:1 1ow, ':1rte's
I'. Pi . Perrv ha1s. ( wo on his IIIplanLaionl. I
Ifion is t) its woking.
he sale ()' IBa-ley's Adjusiable alnl Reversible
Hiool-ti II OIrow.
11 or remicmcey Lofs.
ind Conanaissioan M1ercian-at.
SEND US YOUR BUSI
NESS CARD FOR
KD. LANDRETH a. SONS,
Cross Cut Saws,
Lotsi of2 othier Olad at
PICKENS C. H, S C.
ja 5, 1 582 I f;
SN iW SPTORE.
ThIe W1orlil Moves (awl
IL so (10 we.
[. i. S IT H &~ CO.,
ii i' l i-V. I I'll A NN()1'N('Il T() T'il l.:l lt
fl ieds IN 11l the pub~llic that they) ha:ve .-e
we~ purheb isedl au 100 tock of seai-ona le
tiioods,, 11a', 00.15, Suo4P' i ' eel I)iona i(S,
hIliLae, ittarnsng I imp emera, Groerw,.
asxert Ilhat these G1'oods n i ices wat.
colupare fao~ lyi witit thaose of anty Ilouse
We meatn to sell Goodx. Cmne and~ see
Ithe barugoinsx in Shoe,,, Tobah~cco, .Se. lI)on'i
alli to exaltillie oulr (loo Is before na k i tg
your purchalses, for we huy anud sell tot
- M lt. .11.ee lii I)'H, 9.
iEaslehy, M. C
rsoe 2c z7, 1881 8 u
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CHAS. P. BARRETT,
A TTORNEY - COUNSELOlt A T L A 11
Pickns C. 11., S. C.
(Oflice in S chool Commissioners Office
Will practice in the Stato and Fedei
0 i.o. 0. Wk.:rmis, ' G i:o. W. TAyLon
oJ.111:s 1. Ott, 'ickens C. If. 8.
Ureenville. 8. 0.
WELLS. ORR & TAYLOR,
.4 7TO RX' S -)CO UNS'EL URSA TLA K
PI CK INS C. 1 .,8. ().
Prompt, attent ion given to business entrus.
teil to tIhIII.
march 10, 1881 25
NI. P. A\ m :r,, J I; o.
Greenville', S . Pickens 8 C
ANSEL & BOGGS.
PICEis c. H., S. C.
Oflee in tie Curn-t IIoumse. Prompt
Ittten tioni given L) all business eui,
trusted to tLem.
de 9, 1880 12
The Grand Central
1)Dr J. . QUILTA A
AveY, - . S. C.,
II.\%E lIl'lvIA\'l) ANI) JJA~ , IN
-1oe 11 -h ' : st sC.e l
,i' G E-: :, i1, .\11' 1l.\5 )1sH.: in this
1 wFnl s y 1 l' i I h ve just rceivE.1 21))
dliferetitu ivlest of ii \T. niald i; 1 .N N.TS,
frila 27c 'ls to $7.2) ):apiece A nicee line
hosis (inpiIete, at j)rices thaut neve'L- Iil
liecaly '\lole Glothling anii li:urnishingi
IteIin iex, bouughit tiitee.l frutin un ntl i u-ii tu rersU.
Shirt ingsM, ShIeet ings, Y;u-ni, II oil wine
I Irig. .\ledicineZs, l~dit , ()il aniil l)y
A hir;.e lot if Ilent'y :ti1 Fan icy Griocerie
\Vhe you1~,i coule to I-:sey be' sujre nn~
n2:1>y 1, I
A GY'AT CAUSE~ 0F hUMAN
.I wt' : 0lin t ilnre o em iga \Veix ok
ne itit ihi. gl i xrS e u a irhw i:i 1 -o ipet'by ls
Ise, liv l 'lt~r 'in ill s i VC , hgi ootn y
. I'l (-'ii 1Cl enel ami (l'hy je., 1 ( o-s ii .
1) 1, 18hr82th Gre i o , Je.
'Ib wri renownj PARhor, n bS -
bou ie istr nau, rig , o c1i
42 i". TrIii 4tt.m ~ t f l prv a boonYe ' t
any el~-ce 901 p i.: .n re sit o- i
The~ '' Clverwellf . i-a '.
41 .\no i''., ':.,w Y Lrk
~$tf r ..mt.-s T
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A1 vi qot ltg pkdii iu I'l. b I 1%*O!'
IUnal. n ml m i n
Columibia & Grd n
CIIANOE OF SCHEDULB.
CoLUINIA3 I 0,, May, 18th 1882.
On and after Monday, May 19th, 1882,
Passenger trains will run as herewih Indie
cated upon this Road and lt branches:
Daily, except Sundays.
tao. 62. UP PAssNSosa
Lonveicialunbia [A] 11 42asa
Almton 12 41 p w
Newberry 146 p
Ninety Six 8 24 pm
ilodg(s at 4 18 p w
Bellon at 6 40 p m
Arrive at Ureenvillent 7 06 ps
No. 53. DOWN PAssENGEit
Leave Greer.villeat 10 25 a a
Helt o at 11 63 a m
loiges at 1 17 pim
NielIy Six 2 88 p nt
Newlierry at 8 66 p M
Alston itt 6 1 P in
Arrive at Colimbin [F] 602 p in
SPARTANiUIla, UINION & COLUMBIA
HA It OAD.
No. 62 u 1ASENOER
Leave Alston 12 64 p nt
Sarotlher 1 28 pm
Slitit~il1 62 p Mn
Unionr 6 pr
Jont'esville 8 26 p m
Arrve Spartan'burg 4 15 p w
NO. D)OWN PASSENGER
Leave ShzIt' H & 1) dlepot (11) 1 00 pmT
6 , U & C depot (o) 1 83 p an
2 25 p n
2 29 p ma
6 8 2 07 p m
'S;Lil":11 8 26 p M
stot her 4 18 put
Arrive at Alston 4 68 p in
Leave Neiberry &t. 4 00 p m
Arrive aug ,Uets C Id 6 49 p m
IAIv tau r,111els 10 08 a in
A Jrivo at Nevberry 12 50 p in
Lvnve hlodges -It. 1 80 P ul
Siii.1eant Abeville 2 28 p m
Leave Aebevilie 12 10 p m
Arrive at Hodges 1 06 p M
Leave ,aelt Os 10 0 p mn
Arivet wberr 1250 p in
Lev tilon at. 6pi
\n; e at Abeiallei 6)pi
ArrCive ill at. 9 80dges
Lee ie(lt onI atiL13 i
Ptinile''on at 1 iai
\rrive a' t a nal1la i
'eve\ llla aR EVIE
Sed n [n] en ~mi adWl
PetlI. Ii rtlle asbe e hreton ad
Anttderson~y 1 atdCtr .onadGen
Rairod ro WAnron Banoh,
points out 6i4herpof
awn a ad Da vi ie 10 0i0at ao A
A) r rile atlit lillontdC iiro ate Diiso 50 ia
'l 11(%1 ARl SERiCE. rm L
Sli IIIr1ain hetidolmi adWl
ia. iThI rolught 11 claroetweni Chrlson Richd
lederoille ad harkilon Ranlod Gren.
A . With S C lt ilroad for omChrleton.
W it h W ilinotgt on 'olun blai and A ugusat
l ailiroadi furo Wilmaington and tll
Wit harltt, coAalroao alotteus a
Ial points1 or Cath t u thet
n. wih .sheville.'nd Spart anbuirg Railroad
fori oin I v ti ern NorhiCrolna
II. wu~!italanta and chalote Division Rich
n(1( otal an Dntville nailra from
laiaro ad beyod
t: iiib a d 'Iant aulhr ies Di ngsion, R c,
r.ic vis h i C Iaird for1Ute ns a Chtar oun
\\T. M ihinTALoT. eera-in anAgea.
IJsailra Sor Wilmitnd on an th
iA chaU n rlote clumbinerA an Augst
fro nIiendtersonvile t, 82
:1. W ilt I iat inhate Division R Iich
moiiia and Da nv I I illeaoa fow
chv Alalott 2nd1beyon
SITi anrdime 4sdi ahntn D1 pC,
Uieuamvnd & Da 0l 06 pR
O naalota 2 er ri 06 a882,
PAstiene raintt Sev8eo the Atant
and harltteAr, LnO diiin8f.e ih
Li~eve Atitlata 4 00 a mn
Arive Gaiunesvillo 4 519 a i
Loula 502 p
Enu GhtiCap Junction 7 47 p in
TIoccoa 6 17 a m
Senecli 9 26 p mn
Greenvillo 10 06 p m
SJ1 ainburg 12 40 p is
(3astonia 2 06 p m
Arrive Char lot te 8 04) p m
NAIA EI No NO8.
Leave CArflntt 1 00 a mn
A rie Gieville 6619 a m~
LulaeC~ 7 43 a mn
ltithun' Gap Junct ion 70 00 a mn
TLccaiO 817 a m
Grienville 11 06 a in
Gasitodna 1 50 p m
MAAI NO R~ N52 5
Le'ave* Charlotte 12 40 an
Arraive G ast niaL 2 4 p2 a m
.Spartan burg 4 01 p mi
Greenville 5 59n a m
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Leave Charlot to 12 40 a m
Arrive Gastonia 1 47 p m
Spartanburg 4 06 p m
- G reenville a .