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ttol was one half a cent higher
ens las week than it was in Ab- t
pt. Earnest L. Thornley and fam
rned to their home in Savannah
e regular Annual Conference of
E. Church, meets at Anderson t
j Margaret Orr, a former resident
3onnty is very sick at her home f4
iermau, Texas. t1
ad A. 13. & J. L. Carpenter's now It
will toll you whero to go for fun
)lt when in Greenville.
. Will Irby, of Collertob, was in g
i last week prospecting with a m
making his future home hero.
iny old rusty notes and accounts ti
ad the life crushed out of them f]
I by gold and legal tender notes. F4
o Court of Common Pleas will
3 in extra tessioni at Anderson on ;
A .1 of December, Judge Norton '
issrs. Lid Hawthorn and John
have bought out Mr. A. M. tl
and will take charge of the bus- tl
n Griffin will supply the town
ash beef on Tues(lay and Friday ;
week. Nothing but the best is
vo your surplus cash ready, to
. a tract of land next saleday. a
aluable personal property will w
Rold that day. t(
o fartners in the Six Mile section
ig the right thing by putting t:
Ittonl seed on their fields instead bl
ig them to the oil mills. in
a farmers in the upper part of the
have almost completed the gath- w
* their cotton crop, and but little fc
I in the field to be picked. T
. Joesic J. Smith died at Central
2nd day of November aged about tl1
. ie was a brave soldier during cc
war, and an upright and highly fr
ere will be but few emigrant. g:
is StAte to tho West tliN winter. t:
t few years h1a" convinced the a
of this Stat that there is no bet- at
e to live than here.
the 6th inst., Mr. T. R. Garrett im
:ried to Miss Martha A. Thomkins 1)
esideieo of the groom's father, ft
M. Garrett.. Thle eceony was.t
aed by Rev. W. C. Seaborn. in
. J. C. Stribbling has been ap
I by the Governor a a dele.ate ft
tis county to the Inter-State lIn
on convention, whilih mcets in <,
le on the 17th of Decenbcr next. if
roniineut attorney o! Anderson
evere cold during tl;3 recent termi
'ommon Pleas court at that plaen, L
extra term has bwe:i ordered to!3
todate him and his many client. it
. J. T. Arnold, of the Clover
tiry farm, Greenvilla county, was,
I the Q5 prize for iho largest tur
wn from seed bought of A. B. & ;Il
arpenter, Mansion Houso Drug i
. R. T. Thornton, the deservedly ,
arnd eflicienit book kec per, for W. ~
ood & Co., will soon moDvO to
Hie has accepted a p)osition in
ot at that place with Mr. H. J. "
zabeth Austin, an old colored
wans found dead in her bed at p
last Saturdlay. Coroner floggs
ili d and held an inquest. Th le
iLud that death resulted from nat
. Thornley D. Harris, of Green- t
slieves in Pickens real estate. On .
inst, he bought out Mr. D).
Adams, who lives Rix or eight
est. of Pickens, paying him $600
3nty-three eere d1ays in which to C
r tax. Don't dlepenid on an ex. t.il
of time this year. The crops el
a andtm the*ro will be no exense for ill
ment~ within the time given, the de
Il Hughes, the young white man
amangled in auch a frightful og
in J. E. Gassaway's gin near
o the 1st inst., died on the 10th i
~k jaw, wvhiile the surgeon was
two tirns, Hangeod, Bruce &
WI,. Ml. llaugood & Co., have
UIhont ihrtee thouninid hales of 3a
o far this me>n. TIhis is a lne
for thiese gentlemen and for the et
Silas 1ilile, who lives onl (Canne
ghnt mn amiong the monutaiins, a
ecxperimae1nig withi cotton 01n
for sveral years. Last spring e
dI a small pa:tchi expiecting to
> bales. lIe inaude four.
J. RI. Riley, D). D., wn to
-n hast Saturayiili to installI Rev. *
>ggni as p)astor o,f Willington,
and1( Mot armnel lhutrchies. a
'CJ appoiinment ait. Carmel was
Rev'. 0. L. Durant of thi8 a:
aess mnamiger of theo Arkansas4 '.
higaiziine pul isheod ant ]Bat esv ille,
- ai coply of that spiey and1( inter- ii
* rnial. H[is brother, Mr. II. LA.
of (Cenitral, this counilty, is one I
rs. Langh t.rr anid GairrrettI, of
R lest. (hn ville (onlty, w',ho(.
hasiedl fam of (Col. IHoll ings-.1
the Pea Ridge se'ction, broughit
lies over las4t weeck to look at tl
homes. Thelay we~re highly ~
-]Dora Snoddy, nec n iss D)orna
~ickeinr counlty', wasI mar1iriedl oni
* Welcome Chiu rch, Ibr ee iiles
city, to Rtichiard F. Watson, of
Ilii he cIremony. Conigratula
Mrsii3. WVatson by nmany friendls.
I are out for the marriago of a
C. Richmardsoni, forierIb of tidis
Mr. Nelsen Rt. Grbeen, of Cin 0
)hio. The marr-iage will take '
e5 res4idenieo of thle brid(1's aunmt,
b . Hyde, in t ininnai,ti, on thet'
nat11. Miss Richardson, is a
* .ghter of Mrs. IHester Richard
a5. Eugene LewVis and Sam
ivo entered the Clemson Col
*. Ihave the honor of having their
rolled as thne first studeints of
u ctioin. They are to assist the a
ini hisl wor'k and bulsiinoss untilr
**e opens for the regular attend-.
* tud(enitM, which will bo in anbeutE
yearlThy beg:mi work on j
a 1h innintuu-.cvo C ier-.
-Mr. J. 0. Garrett has purchaseditho
YBryant place, 117 acres for 00 cash.
-Mr. Ben Trammell has brought us
bree potatoes that grow in a stump.
'hey weighed sevon pounds.
-Dr. and Mrs. Tom Folger of Con
ral, passed through town last Tuesday
u their way to Eastatoe valley.
-Mr. ttobt. T. Stewart has rented out
is saw mill started recently near Prater,
nd has gono South for the winter.
-Mr. J. M. Phillips, who moved to
io Six Milo seotion last spring has a
1w mill and cotton gin in full blast.
-Soveral of our citifens are wishing
>r a cold enap to give thon a ebanice to
irn the sausage grinder an hour or
-Chickens, eggs and butter are in
ood demnand here. These articles are
etting very "seldom" at the present
-Don't sow your wheat too early. If
10 present warm weather continues the
y will kill it out and you had bettor
tve the seed.
--Mr. J. Ir. Henley, of Laurens coun
r, is in this county lookinig lat the lands
ith a view to buying a good farm in
--Tle nmanagers ad comnnissi,ioners of
i0 State election wNill pleaso take notico
)at their money is at the SwriXL oflico
ibject to thoir order.
-Colonels, Majors l) 1 Captains aro
Ding out of fashion. Theio IfonoahIo
nOW inl vogue. Most aniybody gets it.
hat does it mean, anyway!
-Send us the news, cainpaign riff-raff
id sumaries over tle whichnesms of the
hat, and the whorefor of the whiy,
kes a back seat for two years.
-Contrary to the weather profit, tihe
ree d ra' rain was not followed by a
izzard, but cleared up nice and wari,
fact, regular Florida weather.
-The Mauldin bridge on Wolf Creek
ant down last Sunday. The contract
r building a now ono will be let today.
Lie road is blocked until that is done.
-The revenue officers are waking up
e woonshiners again. New corn has
,11 inl and Bill Roark can smell a still
on Easley to the Hog Back Mountain.
-The Pickent county wagon and bug
trade is growing to sch an extent
at some enterprisig firm would make
handsome profit by establishing an
eney at this plaice.
-The openling of the Walker-MEI
oyle High School is on the first day of
VCV1mber instead of the 3d1, as was
11ted last week. Everyono who oxpect.s
attend should be on hand at the open
-On the 10th inst., ill Oconee county
fl resideniee of Alr. Perry Fisher, the
tlm of tihe brile, Mr. Merritt Alexan
ar, of this county, was married to Miss
ara;i tt Fisher, iev. John Ellenburg
-Land still goes, on Pea Ri(ge. Mr.
Irkin Huges las sold his Ellis place,
0 acres, t, Mr. J. J. Pannel for 81,200
Ad Mr. W. A. Lcnley jr., lna sold his
ae 200 w-res adjoining the above to
r. 'I lios. Durhani for ,800.
--C l. . E. H agood has presented
ie town with an acre plot of ground
At outside the corporate limits on the
lassy Mountain rmad, for a cemeiery,
)on te condition that the town put up
nice fence and have it properly laid
-Thme patroins of the Thigh School are
all p)leased with the success of tIhe
hool under the lmaagement of Prof.
F. D)argan, and have secured liis ser
en for anothier year. Under sin ef
Miont mianagement our school i;; an as
--On the 17th inst., Mrs. Amanada
ale, wife of D)r. J. W. Earle, died at
e home of her seon, Mr. J. W. Earle,
the advanced age of seventy-five
ra. Her hiealh has baeen failing for
'me time amid hmer death was anot unex
cated. T1hae fnerii' was held amt Carmel
thme (liy following. She had beenm a
nsisteiit nmmaher of thme Presby teriani
bujrebi for manmy years, and (lied ''iai
e faith." ''Her sorrowinig hausbar.d and
mildren have the hieart felt sympathy of
eir mainy friends in Pickenis mand An
Thme followving are thme recent transfers
re4hal estate in this counity:
W. TU. McFall to Balhus Arter, 410 acres
Hfurricanio towniship, 030
John 3M. Phillips to) C. L. Hiollinga
>rthi, lot, No. 52 in Easley, $150i.
J. 1H. Ellison to J1. 3M. Nations, 110
res oii waters oaf Mile Creek, thmo Ren
mlini Neighboirs phico, 8.175.
l'ello 1U. SmjithI to Marthia E. Hlol
mnbi, lot in Eas~ley, S:300.
I huaaiel \l ills to J1. B. Sa rgent ,0 5 acres
i waters of Shoal (reelk, $350.
8. L~. Latail to S. Cu. Slani, 119 acrea
Hu arrie ua townmship, 85Q5.
W. 11. )wenm to (ho. M. M;Taddox 59,
2aes in (cen trla townshipi, 8.150.
E. A. imda( C. A. (Gibsoni to Russell
at ke, 3G'iceres oan ibe's Creek, $235.
W. 1'. Finadlamy to A. J1. Looper, 80
res ini Dameuivil Itow,~nshaipi, $505.
F. V.7 Clamytonm to W. iR. Owen, 310
ares ini Cenatrial town mshiap. $350.
M~Ialissa 4yars anmd others jo IR. 11. By
s. 80 a'ires in ]liberty townasipi, $400.
Miar.y E. Gaiines to A. and B. Ram
'nur, 81 : ns ini (entral, $330.
TLhionnau a. Unarlanun jo A. 11. Rhigginis,
Sl(cre5 oni Shoal C'reek, $175.
A. (O. W\y:att to W.. TI. Naille.y, 6 acres
a O ld P'ickenisville, $270.
L. F. N4oire to E. A. 3Moore, 125
'llaanik*gi %in g iinid (Obr i t moas damys are
ist, at hmandi!
(One Ii madredi fatlhierless, motherless lit
(a ones aare in lae Thoirnwell Or)phmamgi',
11eroi is work for t he C'iahrche and thle
bi urebless, All inco-menl aiid amaceanamts.
ud( everybodyh~ else.
Who wIll taike cairn of these orhans?
They are froma alIl the heading decmnm
atioias. They haiiil from airylanmd to
'exas, froni Mamsielaselts to Missouri.
Yni good1 Chmristijamns, will you give- t him
Tlhate gi vinag or Chirisl mmas collect ion,m
-or werMU Will you senid thmeam a barrel
f floum', or a bolt of cbothi, or ai box of
Who can help p)ityhig imn orphians,
no hudred of them? Tender hecartedl
'oman!ij Heo is work for y'ou. A nda
von children miay wvork for cahidreni!
forchaantR, semnd thmeim your reimnanastat
hoes or dry-goods or anythinmg from am
monlh of corna to a bairrol of amolasses.
Laid thmere is moniey that answerethm all
lhinags. A ddrmess D)r. Jaicobs, Tihornwel I
)rphaanago, Clinatonm, 8. C.
A genral Thmankisgivinag has beon
greed upona by thet Peter's Creek Fair
airs' Alliance onm Nov. 27th, and lion.
Ii. L. D)onaldsonm, of Greenville, this
state, has been inivited to adldre.ss the
Lliance and the public on that (lay.
Nov. 1'/th 1W . J-.
To Our Patrong.
The season of the year has come whe
money is in circulation, and the printo
asks that all who are in arrears como for
ward and settle. We have been very in
dulgent to many of our patrons for ad
vertising as well as subscription. To al
who are in arrears a year or more w
will send statements of their account
and hopo that each and overy one wil
oblige its by a prompt remittance. Thi
printiig of a first-class weekly papej
like the SENTINEL, ilvolvos a great deal
of expense, hence the nocessity of re
quirilg our patrons to adhere as nearly
.a possiblo to a cash basis. No offense
is meant by us in rendering accounts to
our debtors, and none should be taken.
Observpnce of business principles, as
well as necessity, comipels tho prompt
collection of all dues. Those tl;ercoro
knowing themselves indebted to the
SENTINEL for subscription or advertising
would confer a favor by settling at their
A Grent Error.
Very often the lieada of families fall
into the grievous way of keeping their
children away from school on tiomo
slight pretext or ia.ginary v.wrong dono
them by the tetw-her in enforcing, the
rules by whieh the school is governed.
To tachi a successful school thern must
be a firm and rigid disciplinle, and
if the pupils are not to be held in check
by persuasioa, the teacher is then com
pelled to pinisli the refractory ones inl
some way to imake the rules effective. It
is then tHit the parents commit an error
by taking the matter in hand and con
chiding that their child is persecuted and
henceforth they keel) them from school,
thereby doing the coming man or vo
man a great wrong by de)riving them of
the advantages of an early start in secur
ing an education. Parentq should be
very careful about giving their children
all idea that they will not have to submit
to the discipline of the school room.
The Twelve Milo Musical Association
will meet with the Keowee Bal)tist Church
oin Saturiay before the fifth Sunday in
November. Song service will be held
on the day following. All aro invited
to attend and make the meeting a suc
cessful one. Bring your note books.
By the President..
BuiNileM N94 ices.
The Piekens Sub-Alliance will meet
oil Saturday the 29th inst., at 11 a.m.
All the members are urged to be present,
as business of importance is to be trans
acted, and a full meeting is necessary.
It is the cry of tho dealer that his im
itation is "as good as Old Saul's Ca
tarrh Cure." This s3hould convince you
which is the best.
Largo sales indicate the merits of all
good articles. Dealers sell more of Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup than of all other rem
edies for the cure of baby disorders.
Uneo lrown't Irmn BIUeW*.
Phypicians recommend it,
All doanlcr keep it. ei.vj per hoGio. Genne
lto, trade-minrk and croved red lines oil w ivipper.
Everyone who has once used Dr. Bill'u
Cough Syrup invariably resorts to it
tigaim for colds, etc.
"When vice prevails and impious mci
Wlen cuts, sprains, bruises torment all
Then caisn from pain-from care an
hlurt arle sent
By great Salvation Oil, the standari
-All the personal property of Wmn
J'r'eem:m, dece:Meds, will be sold1 to the'
highest bidder for cash on thea 20th ins~t
at~ the. Lato .iesidence of said diecased.
JhNs '1. L.ANo rox, Adm'r.
Needing ab tonic, or child renm that want buiik1h.g
uIp. shtonhl take
It is pleaant to 10':c, euares .llri,. nuliges
tion. andt lliiliss. Al n dealera keep it.
S 3 TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
C2ounity of Pickens.
Ini Cuioio Pleas.
M~ary Rt. Wilson.
Ini p)urs'uance of a decretal ordei
made in the above staited casC, I will
sell beforo the court 11ouse door at
Pickens S. C., duigthe legal houri
for salei on
Saleday iln December,
next, all that piece parcel or tract of
land ini the 'ounlty arni S-ta1t( afore
said, adjoiniog lanids ofi S. W~atsoi,
and0 of lhers, con14aiin~lg cighty-oneL.(81:
a1cres, more1 or' less. Sohld for pati
Te(rms: One half cash, ba:lanet
onl a ett dhit,I oI ne~ year, illteres.t from
(lay oh sale, secured lby a bonid and(1
nor't gage of thle p remlis(-s.
PurilchaI:ser1 to payI forI l l'fpapersf and
for recordinjlg the s:une.
,J. 21. STLEWVART,
n1ov1, '90td (lerk of Court
'TAEOF SOUTH CAROLINA
L Cuty of Pickens.
Olirer' TI. Jones, et. al.
Ini p)url'sIuane of a diecretal ordei
mnade ini the abhove stated ease, hi'
liIon. J. JI. Norton, presiding Jutdge
27th Septetimber', 1 890, 1 will sell be
foreIl '(l th Icut ho(use door a' a, Piekom,
C. Hf., H. C., dlurinlg the legal hour.
fo'r sale, on1
Saledlay ini D)e-end>er,
l:mol situiate ill the county and1( St'uh
joinIing lands1 of W. M. .1(1nes, ,J. 1"
WVilliamse, (O. A\. Williumus anId .J. T1
T1erms:; Onle thlird cash, bialanet
on1 a1 credhit (of twelve mlonlths, initerest
from dayV of -salet, securied byV at mort
gage of theI prem~iHs.
IPurchaser to pay~ for all papers, anm
forj recordinlg tile samie.
J. M. S'TE W AJRT,
nlov6td Clerk of Court.
NTIC'llE 1" F"INALV SETT"ILl'MEN'l
i herebyd iv Le Ilo tice thlat I will ap
ply to J1. 1. Ne wberry, .1lIdgec of Probaot
for P'ickens unlty, S. t'. , on the 1st da:
D ecember, 1800, for leave to make a hina
settlemlent of tihe estate of ltoswell 111ill
d(c('ese, andt atsk to be dhiilniSel
pr w rr.r.
A full store.
marked down to pr
nothing claimed th
We are workir
tages. Tho increa:
ThiR iseason w<
rightfully belongs t
We are payinq
We cannot nal
offer for your trade
A largo lot ol
The best four.
The nicest line
Hats and Clot'
Still selling th
added to our stock.
AWii Sell yourI
X~e1 CEO C
if Anything Goes Wrovig
Don' Layit osa the
I ow, Blen-jamn-in,
And do the best, you kin,
Yo ma(lly never have aniother such Ahmce;
Yo ruustIIN'n. 1,at yer eye,
For thc th.. i; drainiig nigh
When '.he Jutdge wvill makule the :'uti dlance,
For you'll never get another such a weedl;
If you want to make a friend
Just give him "Rlapidan,"'
This Almianack will sell you all you need,
Be sure to do y'our duty
And try my ''Georgia Beauty"
TIhis 'Tobacco n-is never known t,o fail.
Ilooray for "'Re-1 Fox!"
JIust buy it b;y the box,
This Almanack keeps them all for sale.
Try my "Miing Link,"
And you will slways think,
Thlat, there wn.s 'such another plug;
Thlen nat ural "'admliiration,"
C (hen'ed by all the nation,
Wll leatse a voter better than a'Jug.
ISo sit down--Ben,
AnDd (10 the bu t youi ken,
And always buy Tobacco from McFal;
I 'i e ) not in else' to say,
l4uL to bid you all -good day,
And hope to Wel you later one and all.
No uise to) squandethr tio
In tr, ing to miake a rhiyme,
Everybody~ kmnows just, whe*re to come
For good, honest sol id goods,
And it's hilways4 under.stood
-l'That this Almnannek will mnakc you feel
W '\. TL. McFAL LJ
I will be at thme .oab Ma.fuldin's
bridge across Woldf Creek on~ Thurn
dlay, the 211th day of Novcmnber, at 10
o'clock~ u. mn., fori the pulrp)ose of let
ing" the rebumilding or' rep)airing,l of
the said1 bridige. EmsA DL)y,
no0v:,td Chr. lBd. C. C.
RI. M.W ERTZ,
MONUM'S, TOi' %tJSTONE1'S, COlR
N Ell STO N IES, ETC.,
Mad(le on shiort not ice. Sat ts fact ion (hiar.
it nteed, anid pries asR low as t he lowest,
.thC quality of the wvork at all times being
II am agent for the best iron and wIre
fences oin thIi mamrket . G iv~e me a callI
an t " y r i. R, . 1WitTZ.
TANTIAL, BVEnY DAY !ARGAIRZ!
GOOD, BRUCE & CO'S.
No useful article loft out of tho list, and everythii
ices that make the sales. Nothing misreresent'ed aid
it the quality of our goods will not warrant.
g this business solely upon our own merits and advan
io and satisfaction of our trade is our best endorsement.
are working harder than over to hold tho trade that
as high prices for cotton and selling goods as cheap as
1o special mention of the many inducenents wO have to
Patent Flour as white as snow and as cheap as dirt.
pound cofice in Pickens.
of Drees Goods ever seen here.
ting in abundance.
oso everlasting Shoes. Several now styles and shapes
lotton and give your trade to
'rOOD, BRUCE & CO.
-.'CLOVER AND GRASS*
Lawn and Pasture,
44recumavIlle, M. C.
S- I?- 1FxEEMAN, Pr'oprietor,
(Call 01n mIe for1 y,our eleg~ant hetd-roomi snits, 01arlor and kite(1wn1 fur,nitmenc I hav
S i sph-iid 14ot, Iii tin) saf(s, he '1-stc;nl'l., ct(. 1 :nni lnowb ln::4 ifactin in ~ the "Emipir
lee I live.' one oif the int hi-; s nw.leh. I". M1. .\ho ris at I'<-k-is, i' myv a-ent, fe
soth furniture' aind hee hives. ('all on him, or me :1 n4w l;-a-4-y .A Filgl.
l-, Goodl 1poplmar h:en take1: In inl e'xchang je hw fr n i tnir. iomv28st
do yons Wuant to Ra~my'?
I will besy naad pa 4'as~Ia, ~ 'n"
or I will sel1 osa ('redit. . -
Wviil Rey or NelIl Lar;'ge '~~
E'r luumanil TIraucts, inaIprovedI a -:a
P'ickens1, S. C
YIE,at'y to Lnni~i.
On)i impro1hved1 [arm land(s inl 'snms4. e
________ ~ ;'tmt ani lpwards. IALIan repayabl4e i
smllt annl 1I 4:aynwn'Its thlronigh a pri
N(TI'E TO) D)EiTI'(S A N1 ('Hil)- ofr si vears, htm (l:jenali e hm-)4.r(w
ae(ins(4. t Ese f ilms lim Frea, hatigisrpinnyne-r.Ap
ecasd hfe f icen on ty. nt toi J. E, 11000l(, i ttorney,
() the umle1rsigne4d for paymen4(1t by' the 1 .t - ----- -_____
I;ay .Jannary, 1591., ain41 those5 Iilnriteri No
wh4 ht 'd to Manl Estater will mnak' pa;yIment . .et * 4I (1~ ~ et eta~ia
4y .Jantury 1st, 1891, toi Noice. eeb e t hat ptlcat
.Jt1I N TF. A NGSTO' N willb made toteGeneral Assebmblly
movtJw4 Admaninistrator. Sonuth Ci(arolina at its4 next session) to
(4orporadt e thle SAVANNAIt, S1nNeo & \ys
- EIN 11 Ar.wAY ( 'umlpany1, ext ending fro
IY uAre G in W est ep 'l ntit''1ll" i (4Iive tdee
If'V'Own lle11, thenle to4 Seneca~ and( thlen
Andl4 Want LjOw RtatN toi the NothI Caruolinai line near Eastal
'1'o Arkansam, Texas, MissonrFi, Caoorado, .ixo. C. ('Ey, h~.W k,VI
Oreion madi ifornia, or any pVoint W. Ii. StTAm' L. C. ( AIP
WESTL "r NOIflTIIWEM'T, IT WI LLi WV. L. .Joanin . I). Cisnv
l Y1Y11 to wrioe to IIne, N. . l"A(.'... A IAN
RIChnaoind d Danville 2tXg
Greenville and Columbla Dplvislon.
Condensed LACIule August 31st, 1890.
'Trains run on 75th ieridian time.
Going North. Going South.
No. 54. No. 55.
7 00 am... Lv Charlecton Ar... 9 30 pm
8 00 ..... . Atigusta ....... 9 07
11 00 .......Colunabia....... 4 40
12 02 ........AIston........ 3 35
1 33 pu-........LUnion........ 1 56
2 36 Ar....Spartanburg .... 12 45 am
46 ........Tryon ........11 24
5 33 .da........10 37
5 5 1........Flat Rock......10 10
6 10 ....IIendersonville .... 9 59
7 00 .....Asieville....... 9 05
8 40 .......t01 ing. 7 30
12 24) .......>oIlaria ........ 20 pin
12 13 . .......>roperily...... 2 57
1 00 Lv......Nwlrry..... 2 37
2 2 ...Ninety Six...... 1 15
2 146 ......(rcnood..... 12 24
3 07 ........... ...11 55
3 50 Ar....Abbewville. . L. .10 50 am
4 00 Ar....... I,tItol ........10 80
4 10 Lv.. b11.lit)I .. .. 0 30
4 2-.. ......W illia islon.....10 18
4 31 .........Iz(lizr.......10 12
4 8 ...... Pctli<h it-...... 9 55
5 30 Ar... .renville . .Lv 9 15
4 4.0 . . An<lerwon..... ..10 03
5 22 ...... h-ml' ton...... 9 26
6 00 ........ n ....... 8 54
7 W0 ..-.... W allialla ....... b 30
10 .140 .......Atl ianta........
No. 5. ~No.57,
5 -10 1)111...... Counbia ....... 50
6 15 .......Alston......... 8 -1 G
7 (11) .......Pon.aria....... 8 30
7 23 ......IProsperit)...... 8 08
7 0......Newherr ...... 50
8 45. .......; h -ille ....... 6 52
9 07 ... ...linol........ 0 82
9 415 Ar..L.auren....6 00
.1 . . i ty i ..... . 0 0
05 A ........Id .. 4 (O pil
-10 ....... h illk ....... 4 15
No. 50 No. 51.
9 15 m q........IT - ... g )
10 25 ........\ 1b4vilh ....... 8 50
10 -10 I....... .... t .10
11 02 .. ..\\-iIli1St 'n..... . 17
11 08 ........ >clzir. .. .. 3 10(
11 25 ......ii 1 ,1 t ....... 2 53
11 0( .1 e<-vilb.....2 10
j 2 . . itv. 7 08
S11 ai ...Lv Nwherry Ar. 6 50 pa
8 3 ...NtinIv Si'x...5 42~
S1.1 ......Grnwm ... 5 20
S8 ........ I2-.. . .1 58
10 0 ......Ar. Bf-It n ...... 4 05
10 4 5 ......Lv. I L-l(on...... 3 55
11 10 ..A r...\iulersn..L . 8 30
N,.6 No. 5
12 1. rin . .I . . Lv IIne o A r..... 2 40 pm
1 05. A.......bblevil - Lv.... 1 50
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vXVeITt Slimnda,y. -Akinl line Itins 54 and
i. *ily h1t1ween Cohinl i wid Alston
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.... ii ..:na-r ..) 00 a.n11
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4 I .. . lutritte, N. U.. 1 00
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5 .20 ... .GTvilh......9 25
. 5) \\ t...i ... . W .l l ... 8 25
3 -~>)........Abte.vill....10 50
2 U . .. . :ianhurg..12 '19) p.nm
4; 07 11oIntleionille. N. C 10 09 a.m1
7 004 . .A-bevill. N. ('. .. 9 15
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