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see notice of W. 0. Whllde, aradoe
Agent, In this issue.
Mr. Ballard Mauldin killed a itad dog In
the neighborhood of Pkyne's store, Hurri
tane township, hA week.
Prof. Harris, of the Wesleyan Female In
stitute, Staunton, Va., is visiting Col. Hol,
lingsworth of this place.
N-ne but Ktqowx Democrats can vote in
the primary election. The managers shou'd
temenmber this, and govern themselves ac,
Mr. W. S. Kirksey sent to this oeioe on
ate 2-5th inst., two bells of opened 4otton.
This Is the earliest we have heard of in this
County, but it Is at least three weeks be
hind last. year.
We have had the pleasure of meeting
Cha icellor Lessessne, of Charleston, who
is visiting his old friend Capt. Thornley of
this plae. We trust. the Chancellor's visit
to Pickeus may be agreeable and pleasqnt
San! SEE I --Come to see us in our new
store, under the Oommercial Hotel.
Proprietor Baltimore Clothing House.
L. RoTuscun.ui, Manager.
Our Presbyterian friends are erecting a
church building at Liberty, and are pro.
greaing rapidly with their work. The
building is 32 by 50 feet and 14 feet high.
The house was to have been raised Last
Tueuday. We wish then complete success
in their noble undertaking. Let all who
feel able extend theni a helping hand.
W. K. Boggs is the hrappiest man in
Pickens County. It is the fifti heir and
only boy. It is said that when lie heard
lie good news lie tictually ran out into the
orchard and pulled up a peach tree, tore
down the ash hopper, hugged the doctor
and stood on hisl head on top of the gate
post and cracked his heels tog. ther.
Remember the primary election takes
place next Friday. Every Democrat should
go to the polls and vote for tie men of his
NoTic.-The well known Paltimore
Clothing House, of Greenville, S. C., has
moved to the corner of Main and Washing
ton streets, under the Commercial lote',
where they will be glad to see their Pick.
ens friends. S Brarman Proprietor Balti
more Clothing Hlouse. L. Rothschild, Man
Mr. E. L. Th ;rnley of Port Royal, son of
Capt. .J. L. Thtorniley ot' this place, is a juror
int the United States Court, and while dis
charging his diuties as such at Greenville,
his took occasion to run over to iekens to
tee his parents anid frcends. Ernest wa;s
partly raised in Pickens aulI has many
warmn friends here who were rej-ieed t>
look upjonl his genial face and shake his
corlti hand once msore.
During a protracted meeting at Carmiel
church, enmbracing the first Sahath in thk
month, conducted by Rev. A. P. Nicholson,
assisted by itev. Dr. J. i1. liiley of Walhal
ha, eleven persona joined the church upon a
professioti of faith. At the next meeting
followinig, two oiliers joined by letter. Oth
era are expected to join tha~t church sooni
-all the fruits of the r'rotr rcted meetingI
S. Brat man, of Greenville, annouiners to|
the readers ot the S:r.~:i, this we( k thai
lie is prepared to f'urnish thIem wit h goodj
goods at low pi ces lie has moved hsis I
store to the C'ommercial Hlotel which
fact you should not forget whten you visit
Greenville and watnt anythinug in his line.
Merchiunts make out list of Crockery,
Glass, Wood and Tlinware, that you are in
want of and send it to us. We will attach
prices, and save you ruinous freights and
breakage that you always get from the far
off East. Mcfltam: & Co.,
T McBRIDE~ & Co., Atlanta, Georgia, man
utacture Show Cases, are Southern Agenits
for SethI Thomas Clocks and Lambeth's Fly
Fans, and own ttie celebrated rlate City
Sione Waiter Filter, and Cherry's Steam
Fruit and Vegetable Dryer for the Wvorld.
Prices forwarded on applicat ion.
wishing a peiutmo that comblinesM
novelty, delicacy arnd richness, find
F'loreston Cologne entLi rly sat isfac
NoTIos.-J. G.C(orbi n has ope ned
att Pickenis G. II., at frttt. class Boot,
Shoe andic Repaiiring Shopl, on Fac,.
tory Sti cet, where'you can got, work
done accorditng to o)rder'.
NOTICE.-The County Board of
4 Equailization will moot again~ in the
. Auditor's Oflico for final dianiosition
of' apjpoals, &O., On Saturday, Sep,
temt >.er 2d Parties in terestced will
govern themselves accordingily.
J. 11. CLYDIC,
Auditor Pickens County.
A DIFFICULT Paonr~iw SOLVED.
+ Tho desiro for sti mulantts is becom
lng a mont)RrousR evil anid how to
Overcomto it is ai serio)us qiuestion
with reftormerst. Parker's Ginger
Tonic lnirly solves the diffieult, prob
lomn. It intvi,.orates body and mind
without intoxic.iting, andt hats
brought health and happiness to
many desolate htomes.--Enquire.--..
Seo other column. 4
heet ever made, Emory's Littlie Cathartic
Pills, pheasant to take, sugar-coated; no
griping; only 16 Oent~s a box, of liruggistsa
or by mail. 8tandard Cure Co., 114 Nasa
street, New York., asu
Personal!i To Men Only 1
The Volialo Belt Co, ri!.rshall, Mich.
will send Dr. D~ye's .Celebrated EleOtrn
Voltaic Belts and Electric Sllaha..
So the Democratic Voters of Pickens County
On account of the serious illnesaf my
Wife I have decided to withdraw from the
race for the Legislature. I feetl that my
first duty is to her, and if nominated and
elected I do not know that I would be able
to serve you. For these reasons I retire
from the canvass. I thank m friends
throughout the entire county for the words
of encouragement and support they have
voluntarilly offered me. I do not withdraw
in the interest of any candidate.
B, J. JOHNSTON.
Cal Williams, colored, was committed to
jail for thirty days, by Trial Justice Gos.
gett, on the 24th instant, for the crime of
Married August 21, 1882, at the
residenco of tho bride, by Trial Jis,
tice Robinson, Mr. Hollin Childress
to Miss Sally Manley, all of Pickens.
Malaria, Chills and Fever, and Bilious
attacks positively cured with Emory's Stan
dard Cure Pills-an infallible remedy: never
fails io cure the most obstinate. long-stand
ing cases where Quinine and all other re,
medies had failed. They are prepared ex
pressly for malarious sections, in double
boxes, two kinds of Pills. containing a
strong cathartic and a chill breaker. sugar
coated; contain no Quinine or Meicu ry,
causing no griping or purging; they are
mild and efficient, certain in their action
and harmless in all cases; they effectually
cleanse the system, and give new life and
tone to the body. As a houaehold remedy
they are unequaled. For Liver Oomplaint
their equal is 'jot known; one box will have
a wonderful effect on the worst cage. They
are used and prescribed by Physicians, and
sold by Druggists everywhere, or sent by
mail, 25 and] 50 cent boxes. Emomy's Little
Cathartic Pills, best ever made, only 15
conts. Standard Cure Co., 114 Nassau
street, New York. june 15, 6m
Moflih Mzsuio liomu.
Branch of Ludden & Bates.
PrEPARING FOR FALL TRADE.
Buy Now and Pay hIIei
&otton CGIna's in.
200 Organs & 50 Pianos
Th~ousands of musical families re intend
ir'g to purcha-e Pianos and Organs in thme
Fall wh~en Cotton comies in. Why wait?
Lily tt once, and enlive~n the long, but
s'imer months with mnucic and make the
"liarvemt Home" still more joyful
M id!i.urner. 4pecc1ai Offer.
Under our Midsummer Sale we offer to
sell during thme months of AUGUST, and
SEPPEEMBlER, 1882, PIANOS and OR
G ANS, of every make, s' yle and price, at
our very lowest cash rat es:
ON P'IA N9S $25 cash, balaince Nov. 1, '82.
UN ORG ANS $10 cash. balance Nov. J, '82.
Withbout Inter'est or any Advance on Price.
If balance can''t be paid in thme Fail!, lonig,
or ti.nme wilt be given, withI a reasonable in
crease of price. All insrumlenlts of every
grade and price included in thle sale. Tell
your n.usical frienads of it.. Write us for
tatalogues, Price Li.t. Circulars. T1his
offer close~s October 1st, 188..
Address L. E. NORRYCE,
or Mlc.ith Music 11ouse, Greenivillei S. 0'.
aug 10. 1882 47 l
The Agonies of Bilious Colie, the indcs
cribalble pangs ot Chronic lIuigestionl, .he
debility and11 mental stupor resutlinmg I.-om a
costive habit., may be certainly avoided- by
regulat ing the system with, thait agreeable
and refreshing Stantard Prepara.ilun, T'A .
IIaNT's SELTZER APEIEKNT.
SOLD BY ALL Di)UGGISTS.
$10 to $20,000
In legitimate judicious speculation in Grain,
Provisions and Stocks on our perfected
plan, yields sure monthlly profits to large
and small investors. Address, for full pair,
tioulars, Rt. E. KENDA L4L & CO., Coma'n.
Morcha~nts, 177 and 179 La Salle Street,
Vi rginila, Trayiorsville. P.Oy
illL A iY P. JONES, A. M., Principal.
TIIIh 'HIRTY-TotrnD ANNUAL B~sstON nEGtNs
(Special Provisi ior Young Eoys.)
JjENMOI1E UNIV EIISI'T I 111II gemior1,
--.SliODE (Mhh. M\edaht U, Va.)
Pincl(ipal. Prlepalrato -yV to U iiiversii v os
Ya. ('harges modatera-.o.Ses'Isi be: ins
September 7th. For cir'culatr uddress Ptrin
1)R. NTRONC' s PJIM!
The Old, Well- Tried, Woaderful,
Health Renewing Remnedies.
ST11ONG'8 PECTOltA L PlLL~S bos m
hearty amppeitite, good (iigest ioni, re-4,. .
of the bowels. A sure remedy for to :.s
and Rhleunmatism. A pr'ecmius boo.. to de
licate females, soothi .g nod brac' oig * be
nervous system, and giving~ v.oo:- as
health io every fibre of mthe body.
.Strong's Sanmitary P'il for .mne Lh er. A
speedy cure for ILiver Complainis, l *rt.
ing the iowels, Pssrilfying ithe 110o.t. elit~s
for Sick iadachi. Con.~. ia i. an iu Dy
pepsia. Sobi b~y leading .ara~gin. .
For ci reculars ansi a'm oneatiC., wit 'at par
ticulacsa. ~e... I ta o , e jr.
James G. Black,
GREENVILLE, r - S, C.
'EWELRY, GREAT VARIETY of Goods
SELLS THE ORGANETT.
Any child can make Sweet Music cor
recily. Price $10.
SPECTACLES, you can see close and far
off. Give me a call when you visit the
aug 10, 1882 47 6m
0 Cli Sil Wale,
AND EVERYTHING NICE AND CHEAP
EASLEY, S. C
COME YE CAND)DATES AND SET
UP TIlE SODA WATER-if you would
be elected, you must keep cool, and have a
quiet campaign in order to win.
DRENNAN & BUO.
Have also an excellent STOCK OF G ROs
CERIES, Provisions, Confections, &c. All
of which they propose to sell Cheap for
Cash to those who may give them a call.
june 22. 1882 40 tf
IMP YED MACWIN:RY.1
WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR
TilS COMPANY, FOR PRATT REVOLV
ING HEAD GINS, FEEDERS AND CON
DENSERS, without doubt the best GIN
now made, and the only one that will not
choke. Ask Thomas Parkins, Elias Day,
or any other person using them. Over 76
in use in Anderson and Abbeville Counties.
CLARK'S SEED COTTON CLEANOR-.
somnethting new and indispensible to all
Gin owners. Takes out dirt, nails, rocks,
and everything else. Increases filhy cot
ton from i to 3 cents per pound, and save s
largely in gin-filing, &c. Price, $~5.00,
payable in the Fall.
VICTOR CANE MlLLA.
These are known to he the best Goods of
their kind, and we can offer them low and
give you utiril 1st November to pay.
Call at our store and see the Seed Cotton
JIORIT(N & IBRO0WN,
june 1, 1882 37
FIRl INSUANCE AGENCY,
1F YOU WISJI INSUR ANCE AGAINST
FIRE~ ON YOUR DWELI.ING. FUltNI
TJUR E, M1ERClIIAN DISE, &c., apply to
G. W. B3OWEN,
At TIuudgens & Iladgens, Easley, S. C,
A gent Lfor thle ('ontinental Fire Iusurance
Company of New York.
june 8, 1882 38 6m
\ESSeptember 20, i 1882. One of
JheFrst Scools f..r Young Ladies in
lie U~nited St ates. Su rrounudintgs beauti,
fuil. (limat e unsurpatssed. Puipils from
eighiteeni Stautes. T'ERtNI8 A ~I( NG TilE
BES I' IN T'II E U NION. Board, WVashing,
Englishi Course, Latin, French, Getrman,
Instrumental lusic, &c., for Schiolast ic
year, fr-om September to June, $238. For
Catalogues write to.
President. Stautton, Va.
july 61, 1882 42 2nm
'The WTorld MoveUs and
M. .i. SM IT H & CO.,
ThEREWITI! ANNOUNCE TrO TilEIR
friends and the pulic thaitd they have se
cured lie large andi~ CO V.mflodious STOR1 E
known as the !!(bLQxi !lE (' itN it. where
they will be pleased to serve everybody with
FIRST CLASS GOODS at retasonalte pirices
We ha've just returned fromt mrket. where
we purchased a full stock (of se:iwonablhe
Goods, including Fuinishing Goods, Fancy
Goods, liaits, Boots, Shoes, Conectionaries,
liardware, Farming Inmpleuments, Groceries,
andl General Mlet chiandise, aind we can safely
assert, that these Goods and Prices will
compare favoiably with those of any hicuse
In the up county,
We mean to sell Goods. Come and see
the bargains in Shoe.s, T1obacco. &c. Don't
fail to examine our Gloods before makinmg
your purchases, for we bumy and sell for
cash, and cani guarantee bargains in our
new and fresh Goods. Be sure to call.
Yours respect fully,
MY. J. MMITH[ & CO.,
Easley, M. C.
oct 27, 1881 - 8 8m
PORTABLE AND AGRICULTURAL.
I AM AGENT FOR THE
Wood, Tabor and Morse Engines,
hany of them now in use in dhis anid adjoining Count.ies. Refer to An
tony and Suu, J. Q. Couch, R. F. Ariati, D-. ChyLon, M. 11. Ellioi.
ALSO, AGEiNT FOR THE
Watertown Steam Engines, Kemp's Manure'
Cart and Drill, &c., &c.
[RON AGE CULT IVATOIt, GREGG'S PLOW SULKY
CLNIMAX WAIlNG AND RIDING (ULTIVA'o0ts
Tiger, Itake, Seed & Fertilizer Nower, Conbibaed,
IHave you Seen) them1? If not, call at my office.
Cain Mills and Evaporators.
DOOK'S BUGGIES & CARRIAGES.
"Old Hickory" Wagons,
Brown, Winship, and Pratt's Gins, Feeders & Condensers,
Boss & Schefi: Id Cotton Presses
WANDO ACIDI ANI) FERTILIZER'S.
Call for Circulars aud Inf'ormiation.
JULIUS C. SMITH.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Anug 24, 1882 49 2n
GREENVILLE, S. C.
ALL'S CELEERATED~ SELF? FEEDING COTTN
GIN, MIanufactred' Sinag Mi~g New Yok
Perls Eng ie, Mafac4t ured at WVaynesbro Pa.
I have the following articles nt the Faetory prices: The ('elebrafel Acme Ifirro v.
c:i ( rusher lad Pulvtrizer, Thjis is the best imiip'ement ever introdneed on a pIlnta
Isradley's Renuper. Alower and IIlay Ra'ke, mnintnfactumred) at Syracuse. New Yrk.
The Celebram edi Vic: (r One fI Irse G1ra- n lDrill, Vict or Ti'npple I linged lIaIrrow, 4 rt er's
A ut om i Ie Phrult ;a t ion Ga:t es . E x-Govern or I. F. Perry ha :s t wvo on his phlant ai i.
refe'r to lion. W.a' If. Perry for any im'orm-ition as to its 'workingv.
I hniiVe just r'Ceeive~l ih A gen~cy for ihe saile of IHa~rley's Adjumst able and Itever'sible
IIirrow, it has gre:at adynn~itage overI the T'homas i arroii4w.
Cull and examfl ie. I ron FenceQs for lra o r ii emeterya ( Lots.i~
Aiucloieer anid C'onman issionm Merchnanut.
june 1, 1882 37 tf
LANDRETHSAN' 'EDIGRIEE SEEDS
SEEDSFor the PRIVATE FAMIL.YSED
Crown by ourselvesonurwnrm
1W" Handsome Illustrated Catalogue and Rural Register FREE TO ALL.
MERCuANTS, SEND US YOUR BUSINESS CARDS FOR TRADE LIST.
DAVID LANDRETH A SONS,SEED GROWERS, PHILADELPHIA
M. C, Winchester,
Anudersoun's M~ill~s. S. C.w
KEEPi3 CONST.ANTLA ON IIAND A
rnll Stock of OENER AL MIEIlI ANDISE,
viz: SUG AR, COFFEE, SA LT, CROCK, f(~J S~e~
ERY WARE, CALICOES, .JEANS, and PLOW S OCKS
all kinds of G0000I), w hich he sell4 as cheap
as any other Merchant in the C'ounty.
All kinds of COU N~I'Y [PRt DUICE taken .5IE
in exchanuge for (000)3, and satisfaction
firoani $3 to $80
(Give me a call and be convinced of the
R espect fully,
M. C. WINCIhESTER.
ap 13, 1882 3
E. W. Marshall & Co. Mattocks, Picks.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In R A K ES.
!FbIGN AND D~Mi!O D1Y-QQ00
AND NOT1!N% Cross Cut Saws,
Pe-t-.o Feru illersA .I
Next tFergusonE & Miller'soohe God
GREENvs asat . . - a , r.no ar an.... n-- -
CHAS. P. BARETT,
A TTORNEYJ COUNSSLON AT LA W
?iekeus C. Hf., S. V
(Offlee in School Commiasioners Office)
Will practice in the State and Federal
jan 6, 1882 16
GIo. 0. WXL9s, Otto. W. TAnLOI,
JAMI L. OUR, Pickens C. 11. S.
Greerville. 8, C.
WELLS, ORR & TAYLOR,
PIC'KENS (. 1i., 8. G.
Prompt attention given to business entrus
ted to them.
miarch 10, 1881 26
M. F. AsEL, J E Boooa.
Greenville, 8 C. Pickens 8 C
ANSEL & BOGGS.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
PICEENS 0. H., S. 0.
Offiee in the Court iouso. Prompt
attention given to all businesis en,
trusted to them.
dec 9, 1880 12
The Grand Central
Dr J. W. QU1LL)Ah t
EASLEY, - - s. c.
I HAVE RECEIVED AND HAVE TN
store the Largest and Best Selected Stock A
of GENit.AL MERtCIIANDISE in this L
TO TuE LA DIE.
1 would say that I have just received 200 L
differenit St yies or H ATS antd BUNNETS,
from 25 cents to $7.00 apiece A nice line
of Trimnming Silks and Satins.
200 Pecies Fine Dress Goods,
20,000 Yards Calicoes,. Muslins and Pi
My stock of Ladies and Centlemeni's
$Ihoes is complete, at prics thiat never fail
to sell theni.
A large lot of Gents Straw Goods.
Ready Made Clothiung aind Furnishing
10.000 Yar ls Cashmewrs. Jeans and Cotf
tenades, bouight direct from nmanuifactutrers.
Shirlings, Sheet inigs, Yarn, Ilardware,
Glasswuire, Table and Poucket, Cutlery in A
Drugs, M\edicines, Paints, Oil and D~ye
A inrge lot of heavy and Fancy Groceries
as cheap as~ thle chieaplest
Whlen youu conne to Fiasley he suare a&il j'
caill natal see ie, andi bet coniviniced t hat I
s1111ll lead ini hlw iaice liespaect fully,
J1. W Y1..i (lU I,laN, C
mayv 1, 1% M'
A GRE~AT CAUE OF HIUMAN~
M i4en y is V lhe I4S!4 ol'
A LI~A'TI)ltl.i on, the Nalture. T1rea'men,
~ain.irt 1 1ad1ical cureC of Semtaiimal Weak -
nie':s, or F permatoI (rri l, irolu tced by G3elt
A~ buse, in voIlint a ry Em~issxi''ns, 11mp ot enicy.
Nervous 1)ebility, and Impediments to AIar
inge genieralI y; Consu mpltion. Epilepsy, o
:util Fits; Aleniaul and PhIysicail lnenpaj~city.
&c.- Biy ltOllisIlT .1. 'ULVERWI'ELI,, M. nt
1) , aut hor of tlhe 'Greenu l1'ook,"' &c.
The2 wur'd renoitwniedha suhor, in thi~s nd.
mllirable Lectuire, clear-y ~iwoves fromt his
own'l e'xp~eice thiat the~ sawfl conisequiene
of1 Se1lf Abuse may b113'lue eft-:alt. I'y remo uved
whouit dan1 igei4)us. sulrgicail operatios
hiongies instrPumletits, rings, or. coidials
and' eIfectual, by wvhuich eveiry suff ereri, nto -
ma31tier wvhiat hiis conidition any be, miay I
cure himsel5(3f chetaply, pri vatIely amnd radi,
tyg This Leelr'(te will prove a boon to
t! ouisanhds and1 iouisanth-.
senlt nI 1cer sen',~ ini a plain envelope, to
alny adbdress. pos paid, 0on receipt. of six
cenl! orW rI wof( osage st-u1nips. A ItreQs
Thei~ Culverwell Medical Co-.
41 Antn St., New Yorik. N. Y.,
Postohlice Blox, 450. '
jan 5, 1882 16 ly
A perfeet dreas
( umed and harm
iint rcotor and
-An ez'inkkOelt fra
- , (f~w~fl pe.rfrn, wIhb
ft and '1 cent..
,An tnvigoratla~g Medicine that Wkver intoxlcrntes A
IThis dei(.IOnis colninaution4 o f (inger. Iunchu,.
Manfd2ate. Stilling.i iiandmay o:tqer oif th-:~ best
ver'tabt'e remedies known. enresi d~ ui's-o(ern r f
ite bowels, stloma2ch, hver, iduneys anOIuugA, & is
The Sest and Sarest Cough Cure Ever Used.A
If yon are suffering from Femait~o Coimptian.
'Ners (onsnI'%, M~ thef(ShIess, I heri I(lmathan 1)yspep.
'i.i age or anty di--ease or inii, '.c l ' lker's
*3i'm-;ccITmni:. ii v. ilt stren:-then br.a and body
and gave y'iu ,ew lice and1 vigo'r.
1oi or o2y.2Q r>e fou. o . ( n.iu Toi
Pai for anyhiurc Ii imin for ate. grToi
or0fo aoflur he' or eI~, e . 1sebvnb~r
*ic ai em. frL a,,ir, inusosA , 153, i' . ,
$ i.bd frIC.r l toHsc t O.363W n i!6Y
I'cr o Rg'1ICHrvI, PAl' m~ e Icich
i~xt, ad -i Cei~fr'.?' s.1y chne ew blo ie
CH ANG1 OF 3CHEbCLA.
CoL0MaIA, 8 0., May, 1th 1882.
On and after Monday, Maj19th. 18811
assenger trains will run as herewith India
iated upon this Road and Its brasches.
Daily, except Sundays.
so. 62. UP ]PA8s6NGER
eaveoolumba [A] 11 49aid
Alston 12 41 p
Ninety Six 924pm
lodges at 418pm
Belton at 540pm
krrlve at Greenville at 7 06zz
NO. 63. DOWN PA6SENOER
,eave Greenville at 10 26 amt
B~eltonat 11 5a lbm
Hodges at 1 46 p m
Ninety Sit 2 3 p m.
New4berry at 8 65 p ni
Alstonat 0 p m
rrive atColumbil [r] 0602 p id
PARTANBUZIG, UINION & COLUMBIA
No. 62 u PAISENGER.
eave Alton 12 64 p m
SHrodger 1 28 p mi
Shelton 1 62 p in
Santi e a 8o p in
Union 25 7 p m
Jonesville 8 26 p it
.rrve Spartaub[rg 4 16 p to
NO. 65 DOWN PASSENGER.
eave Spartn'g R & D depot (u) 1 00pm
Sparthe'g, 8, U & C depot (a) 1 31 p in
Jonesville 2 25 p ti
Union 2 54 p t
Santuc 8 20 p m
Shelton 8 65 p m
Strother 4 18 p m
rrivo at Alston 4 68 p mi
eave Newberry at 4 0 p m
rr-ive at Laurens C If 6 49 p irf
eave Laurens 10 08 a mI
rrive at Newberry 12 60 p ny
cave Hodges at U 80 p m
Jrive at Abbeville 2 28 p mi
cave Abbeville 12 10 p mt
rrive at Hodges 1 05 p m
M.. A InN s IL AIL-- --4MAD. --
eave Nlewberr at 4 0 p m.
rietourn C 60 p ni
rrive at. NWberry 12 59 p nm
eave hages at 1 80 a or
rriende at Hde 1 05 a m
earve a.Belt on at 5i 60 a i
AlndeTiroshor ewnCalon ant620pi
lendenle nChreton and6 5reenm
ileneca'tri [ch] n7e86ca p b mwcz
rie ot laove 7 o9npsm
eaWh Calad ft m80hales n
ith ai.migton, ot bi 50d Aiur
Soltrad berwee Colmiao and Wal
.With 8 C &ARailroad f om charloesnd
all points North thereof
.withI Amdhevill'and Spart anburg Railroad
for point s in Western North Carinano
.wbb Ia Alan ta and (chnrlotmte D.ivh-ion Rih K
miond anid D~anville llailwamy for At
lata anid amll point s sou th and wetf
.v ith Ii.t hinta anmd chmailot te Duivision Rich
nI omi( Lad D~anv ile nazilway from At
lataI antd beyomnd
.wii ~t Alan mta antd chariot Ie Di' ision Riichs
miondu anmd Daenville liailroad for al-I
points south and it west.
with Ii C Ibaih-ond four (ChnrTeston
Wiit h i iinngten, (Colmmu i imiad Am'gnsn r
Itailroad fur Wilinington amnd the
WVithI chtarlot te, columbima and Aumgutm a
Rai'load for Chariot te nnmd I lie Norm hi
.Wit h Asheville aind Spart anbm.rg Ranilroud.
. With Atlanta anid charlot te Division Rich
miondu anmd Datnville Railroad Ierm
charmlotie aind beyond
Standarid Time used in Waishiington, D cy,
hdich is fificenm minutmes faster thmui Colunm
T. M. Rt. TAILCOTT, General Manager..
J WV Fav, Supe)Lrintendlent,
A. PoPK .General'assenger Age~nt
Ailchmlond4 & Iianvile R1 I
Change of Schedule.
On amnd after July 9th, 1882,
'assenger Train Service on the Atlanta,
nd Charlot te Air Line division ofm te R ich
mond! and Danville I- R. will be as follows
MaAiL AN))D XPRiss NO. 51.
enve Atlanta 2 40 p mn
rrive Gainesville 5 04 p ni
Lula 6 85 p in
Itabuin Gap Junction 6 11 p mi
Toccoa 6 48 p um
Fenmeca g 14 p in
Greenville 10 06 p mi
Spartanburg 11 40 p m
Gastonia 2 t06 am m
rrive Charlotte 8 16 a m
MAIL No 68.
ente Atlanta . 4 00 a m
rrive GaInesville 6 19 a ma
Lua 6 50 a m
Raibun Gap Junction 7 41 a m
Toccon 8 17 a m
Beneca . 9 2.0 p in
Greenville 11 08 p ra.
Spatrtuanburg '12 24 p ma
Gastmnla 2 50 p mn
rrtve Charlotte 4 00 p ,
MAIL AND EXPRESS NO 50
eave Charlotte 1 00 a rr
rrive Gast~, nia 2 02 a mm
Spartanhurg 4 81 a
Greenville 6 59 a m
Seneca 7 48 a m
Toccoa 9 38 am
Ilabun Gap Junct ion 10 00 a or
(Gamnesville 11 08 a as
Lrrive A tlant a -I 80-p mu.
MAIL NO 62
,eave Chnrlot te *12 60 a or
krive. Gastonia .. 47pm