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--1. J. M. Nelly found squares ob
botin on the 2nd inst.
-Miss Esele Russell, of Easley.. Is 1
ng her aunt Mrs. Dr. Earle.
-Mis Anna Dargan Is still very sick at
the home of her father in Greeniville.
-The weather has beon unusually favor.
fble to the sweet potato and toiato crops.
-,Misses Lilly Clyde and L(ila aambrell,
f EaslCy visited thU -Misses Itichey last
-karried Midy 30th 1891, Itichard Craig
to Mary Jiuies, 0. S. Stewart, N. P., olli
-Mr. L. A: Brown, of Liberty town
Wblp, claims the ribbon on his file prospect
-Mrs. A. W. Walker's health has not
improved, and she is still in a critical
H. I. Hobbs, a prominent attor.
inCville, Ga., Spelt last Sunday
)u want to buy a good farm cheap,
-asy payments write to the Pickens
-Adjutant and Inspector General Far
Iey will inspect the Pickens Gtuards next
Saturday, the 13th inst.
-Mr. I. W. Gillespie lost a fine cow ol
the Slst uIt. It is thought that she had
been poisoned from some source.
-The demand for frying chickens still
'exceeds the supply. Don't hold ofT to,)
long, sell while the market is brisk.
-Some of our planters report a good
crop of grass, but feel counfident that there
Is plenty of labor in the county to cope
-Married on May 31st, at the residence
of Peter Anthony, by B. D. Garvin, N. P.,
Taylor Williams to Florence Mansel. All
-It was a child of Mr. Elim E. Per.
ry's that died on the 15th of May, and not
Mrs. Perry, as was stated in our issue of
the Slat uIt.
-Mrs. Julia Ann Rigdon, relict, of the
late Gabriel lii don, died on the 31st tilt.,
and was buried on the day following at
-Mrs. R. A. Hester is quite sick. She
has never recovered trom the,etfects of the
grippe, which is the prime cause of her
-The dry sunner foretold by the
weather prophets has failed so far, we are
happy to say. No part of the country has
yet sufferea for rain.
-Rev. A. J. S. Thomas, of the Baptist
Courier, will preach in the l'resbyter'i-an
'church here on the third Saturday and Sun
day, at 11 a. in. each day.
-Mr. Hugh McCarter, who has a saw
mill in the Camp Creek section, was calliI
to Laurens last Monday night by the severe
illness of his mother-in-law.
-Our old friend and. clim. Chas. T.
Martin of Easley, says 1l.it he is for Till
man for Vice-President in '92 but not on
the "Third Party" platform.
--Mr. Trez Folger, train dispatcher of the
Cumberland Gap road at Aikeni, and sister,
Miss Dora, visited their eouiins Mi:stss
Murff and Newberry last. Sunday.
-The Children's Day exercises at P.r
ters Chapel last Sunday, attracted a lar -
crowd. Messrs. .1. Il. Newton alit .1. '1'.
Youngblood, of this pluwe attended. .
-Elder J. 0. Wilson visited Rev ani
Mrs. A. WV. Walker last Saturdar eening.
lie left on the idi(ihlt train to ll an ::p
pouintmnent at Greenville ont Sabbath.
-Rev. 0. L. Durant tilled Mr. Walker's
appointment in the Methodist church here
lat Sabbath a fternoo n. TIhe Sacramnti of
the Lord's Supper was adinistered.
-Married, at the residence of Mr. L. A.
Brown, on the 1st it., Mtr. 13right Spear
man to Miss Savanna h M.urphree, liev. \y.
H. Reese olliciating. All of P'ickens (0oun
-Miss Sallie Arnold, an agedl n :aiden
lady of Easley, was adjiged a lit subiject,
for the asylum 0on the ad inst.. andi was tak
en to Columbia the day following by Slher
-If everything goes wvell, the cornier
stone of the new court htouse will lbe laid
shortly after crops are laid by. Arrange
iments will be imade for a grand time at the
county seat, on that, occasion.
-Mr. J. L. Thompson andi wife, of Brte
yard', N-. C., are visiting Mrs. Thompson's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Rlichey.
rhey arc accomnpaniedl by Mr. Thiompron's
Inother who will spend the week with
-Contractor Elias Day andI Mr. J1. G.
Wyatt were in Picke'ns last Monday look
hig for a location for a brick v'and to nake
brick fo'r the new court house. They found
good clay on Town Creek, and the work
Ill be commenced at once.
-Wm. Arthur, colored, who lives on
t,h' Finlay place, ne(ar Mir. R1. A. ilester's,
planted ten acres of cotton on Aparil the'
8th, and on thle 4th inSt., 5(luarest were
found on the stalks anywhae:e ini the 1leld.
Look after this "Democrat.,;
-There is more local energy ('roping out
this summer t'aan ever be'fore in this coun..
ty. Just watch the young men, thtey will
.yet brinig this county to the front by <pttiet
persistent work. The older citizens should
wake up and help the boys along.
--The Pea Ridge people are very anx.
Ious to have the new road fromn thi.s 'dace
to Walhallat, via, t,he Campground worked
out. This is imnportattt to the citizens of the
west side and Commissioner Mullrphree
should look after it for them, atnd lie will
s soon ias circumnstanices permiit.
-Mr. Mac Thtonaa, of Six Mile, says
that the citizenis of the west, side of P'ickens
atnd the et't side of Oconee ate tnkitng
preparationis to have a grand untion piettie
at Old Pickens on) the -p hI of ,1 u'y. Th'lis is
II good idea andl all shoutld unite to makile it
- 6 success. Tlhe SasrriN. wvill be thiere.
--Mr. H. L. Clayton bats our thanatks for
* hn invitatin to attendl the Conuntieinenit
exercises of the Arkiansas College at l1at en
on the list of graduatra: ,John I). Kemenne.
dy, Indian Tlerribory; English P'. Kennedy'.
Ark ; Henry L. Ulaytonti,S. C.; .J:ay L.
Clayton, 8. C.; Mack 11. Long. Ark.
--Mr, Richard K. Pace dlied at lie home
of his son-in.latw, Mr. J1. L. liendricks, 3i
miles north of this place last Monalv a
4 p.m., after' long illness,aged 75years. Mr.
Pace was one of the olest et izens of the
counuty andi was well known amal highly r'e
spectedl. He had been a deacon in the'
Baptist church for overt forty yeats, atnd
dIed In the faith and with a full assturanc.e
of the rewardl promised the faithful. The
funeral was held at GIrifli church otn Tues
-Mr. James L. Crenmshaw, a fortmer citi.
pea of this coni,iy, died at his home near
Pendleton last Saturday at 2 p. m. The
burIal took place at Shiaroit otn the day2 fol
lowing. Mr. Crenshawv was (tne o,t tht'
mnost progressive fartmers ini that cotamu
ty, where the best fartmers reside. I e
leaves a wife and several children to mnour.
his loss, besides is father Mr. Jessie Creti
shaw, of the Oolenoy section. le has a
brother atnd sister itn this eaoun' y, all of
whom have the sympathy of tmany friends
in their ad hnreaveunit
an's school closes next Frl
daughter of Itev. T. F. Nel
-bine. of Central, who is
:, Is thought to be improving.
Rhodes, of ltie',. reports
reS on lis cotton ()in the )Pd
- it a it no0 w%,il blows brisk amild cool
from the east, the t0lphone wire plays a
Sam Clyde. of Marion ecimtv, vis
ited his Icles. Messrs. J. B. and \. A.
Clyde, lust, Week.
--Mr. Wililiam Vahlrop, whoI. has been
court crier here ever 4inee the location of!
tile preseit coun tybI seat is seriously ill with
consu og nfption,
-The younig men of Easley are getting
Ip what promises to he an excellent- enter
tainnent for the benefit of the band recent- I
ly organized there.
-On the 2nd inst., Mrs. Margaret
Quarles, nee Richey, diedl at the thoic of
her husband in West Unioll, Oconee coun
ty. She was fifty % ears of age ani leaves a
husband and five chilren.
-Mr. W. 1t. (Pete) Price's grist and sawI
mill on the hea<l-waters of the Oolenoy.
were washedv away lAst Friday Iight. Los <
not tscerltaine. That section wias visited <
by a regilar freshet on that (lily.
-)Vm. It. Bishop, a rather ''tough" Citi
izen, of Easley township, was sehit to jail
last Monday by .lustice Cureton, to serve a
thirty lays' sentence for culting up his
.wife's sewing machine and furniture. He
is the same gent(?) who wa-1s visited bly the
"White Caps" two years ago.
-A letter from our old frienlt and school
mate, Rev. T. J. lichirlson, infornms us
that Ie aIs moved from Iredell to Haskell,
Texas. Jef, as we used to call him, has <
been greatly blessed in his adopted State
and we trust that hik new home at Iliskell
will be as happ3' and prosperous as the one
he hlis just left.
-Several darkies were before the town
council of Easley last we!K to answer for
violation of an ordiniane. A ftvr fines had
been iilmpsi upon soine of them, one of
the co icil sai<d to a uoin g white-eved pris
oner who hai beeni aleiitte'd: ", im, you
are disclmrgci. " Jim iasked excitedl
"-iow Inn1ch boss?"
--A shadow has come over the home of
Bro. E. E. Kennemlor., by the death oni
1'tiesblay Ist. the 2ti< ist.., of an infant
(laghter. IBut there is comfoi t for him
and for tlie others bero-tvc(I bhv this sail
event in tle kn wh-<Le that :it is well
witi thlie child." Of such is the kingdom
of heaven.-Tiapt ist Courier.
-A severe hail-storm visited the north
ern par th i (le colinty hist Friday Cvening.
'T'hie storilm h egil onl the hae:nd-waers of the
Oolenoy and extun<del southeast to Crost,
Rloads ill-cu'h. distilice (of ovi ten miles,
an<d one and a half miles wide. Great
<buiage was d1l4n tO groiwin)g Crops and the
frit was alm 1MOSt aill destrI'y<. A heavy
ranm al.so fell which washed tle lands very
hadly. This was the wori't storm within
tle recollectifin of tile oldest inhabitants of
('oinin:: 1,'xvrc1p4e-4 Eailey Ill.-Ai %eloool.
''lhe cllisilg exerciso.s of the Easley ligh
Sch141 Will takt' le-W Thusty a11d Friday
June I Ith andil12th.
Examination. 9 i. inl. to 2 ). mll.
lleeitations, Dechlnl iimtis, Dialoges,
May-Pole Dance, Fha Drill, ;::Io p. n.
Examilnation coiclu'11!vd. 9 a. m., to 11 a.
Ammual A hlress, byv Rev. J. A. Clifton,
of Crivil1le. S. C.. 3 p. Im
Elocti,mi1iary I'nter4.ta iniit biy Prof. J.
A\ m4:(unet(nen1ts of D)istinction4.
Fverybofady' is cordlially inv'IiterIl to attendl
the exercises. Very Traulv
J. G. B3.iarb'Princi~pal.
I)aningei, by a ('y'etone.
'The severe hail stom inl I"irv'iew town-1
patll ed4t a clyelone wh ichl pansse< I thirough
part (of thle samoe toIwnishilp the same nigin
amd wits accompantll:ied by hiailI.
llelj1orts broughit, hiie yestenilay are
atlarin'g. AIlhougih no losst of life or serni
oilS inljulry to persons hatis becen reCporIl,41
lmtuchi laimiage has bee ((Clone44.
On)~ the lacI (of .J. IB. I!iiThomson, o f the
t'irini of .Jliing c ('o. . thais 'ity. four out
house were ''I4' leve'le(il to the : gr'oin1 i anid Ithe
poritin o(45,f cropsi thait were nol t bloEwnt downt
we'ire des'trolyed by) hauil. E. I. M!art in, A.
B. (2. ( rilith, atnil 4414a'ny others', who(se
niameis couh(l nout be learln'< yesterday, lost
much(1 liy hiaving houses bIlown (down anid
eIrops (lest royed( or dlamaged. Two or
three houses on Mr. GIriflthi's places were
wipi(l fromt the eaithi. Trees were iuproot
cut aml1( fenices were blown <down.
Mr. Thomnnason' left yesti'r'ly to ase'raini
the amont111 of the thu1nage' ant( <definite in
foIrmat io n of the ('yei lne's wvork will be
kno 44whelin he( re4.turns4. Theii (vi'<lonte patss
I tail ae<l' <limage' tco cropts where the
eye4l(one4 hit< noit paes.
It is beli'eveil frIm whi ~at. ha:i been heardl
flint the Ilos's wii b heae:vy amnl that moanyV
farmers will haive tii r'el:hint orI abatl 43(n4
their eropjS. -( rieenille news hIlh inlit.
lbe mal ImppyI1I~. 'Thlu y wIill get It 1( 1ac
on thai:t ILty, a1414 as the 1 Act <ibis inot stite 4
any13 speei'ie( tim' thiere is n1o rlidm why'''13
they slihuhl niot get a 11 thieiir iony shiot.
I y after thle I 5th.i Thel cu<miuty boa1:rts oIf
exmaniniers willI also hbe pi<illl thi'e 5th.
They ar'e enititled'4 to @ it (laly for eight ilays
if they3 wereti' emptll)yed so( manyli3 days.
Someil oIf the member 'is have sent, int hiil s
for the whiolie ighat dlays. Eiight 4th1y or
aniy thler' neun ilts, wvhe'l swvon ti, wvill
lT the 5441asley (141 T Iwsi i4in Assoc15ia..
tion( wA(i met ati Ge41144 liI'li orges IVe-huc
linltihe'econdi csubw' illne aivtci 141 hi'm
Al111ii' luda' hs inin4ifitin the twnship
arehcli thequested ti en one4(' dehegtior ivii
tivied tfoicom. 'rV. J. F. \'aughn il
F,asley, . C.,.Ma,30, 'C.
114Techi's(014 lutinte 4if orLljiu whe iahes. thalis
bsotet been noicayl'.heSho 'misin
er beore he tf N~.lue ttn vn
tags of l . ')4 W .ui \V.1 F.i'i is :iitny1.4'1
al 441me'I4 14441 atempil ose ieto.a
Peek's stor. ( I. ntrai [ t.i lowEa a,s- (nreh.
ant 14,i ile (ri W < lai g I 11t ila. Ci'nls toln
14 ap notyet1, 1 '4t bee iggrne.
4Fort E tt1.
1a8ry, the infant dauLhter of Mr. and
Mrs. T. D. flarris, died Tuesday night at
11 o'clock, after an illness of two weeks,
She was 22 months 01(l amlot the only chill.
The burial took place at tie. new cemetery
Wed(nesday afternoon at rio'clock. 'he sor
rowing patrent% harve thw hieatrifelt synt
thy of the entire commiunity.
.1 F~ariater Jutdge.
Our Senntor ad Representatives held a
onference inl the city hit Mnday to re
.0mm11lieni somle (ne(. to 0ov. Tilinan to fill
bie position of aster 14or Anderson couity
Jell. W. WV. 11Ihnnphrey's colinmliisteon
Iiving expired. We learn there were four
tpplicants for the ollice, Gen. llumphreys
wing one of the number. The Anderson
)ar sent a pelition to the..deli-gation asking
hat a lawyer be recommenled for the ap
>mintment, but this was not heeded, and
dr. I. M. Burriss, a farmer, was endorsed
'or the place. Mr. Burriss is a good man,
mid we believe will (1o his best todischarge
he dutIes of this oflice, but it is the general
)pinion that some one who is familiar with
he practice of law should serve as Master.
Jen. Humphreys has filled the oflice of
Wlaster ever since it was instituted in our
ounty, more thni twelve years ago, and
it made a most ellicient olleer. It is not
<lnown why his h'lleal has ben chopped
>AT." This is one of the most, important
>cllces in the county, anl upon the fiithful
lischarge of the it ies of the oflice and the
litelligeit legal dvcisimis of the Master de
>end greatly the cost of litigation and the
-ights of the litigats.-Andersonl Intelli
Mirthe M. Tanner, Boonville, Ind.,
vrites: "I had blood poison fron birth.
Knots on mny iibs were as large as hen's
ggs. Doctors 3ni would bela cripple,lhut
I. B. 13. has eur, d me sound and well. I
hall ever praise the day the men who in
rented Blood Balm were born."
An old physician, retired from practice
lavn;g hal placed in his haids by an East
ndia missionary the foriula of a simple
-egetable remeily for the speedy and per
nanent (tire of Colnsumptitn, Bronchitis,
'at;arrh, Asthma. amldt all thrait and Lung
N1lections. also a posiiive and radical cure
or Nervous Debility and all NervousCoim
>htints, after having tested its wonderful
nirative powers inl thousandis of Cases has
'et it his ilty to make it known to his suf
ering fellows. Actuate by this itotive and
desire to) relieve human suffering, I will
end free (f tharge, to all who desire it,
his recipe, in Cermian, French or English,
vith fall directions for preparing and us.
ng. 8ent by mail by addressing with
tam), nianIng this paper. W. A. Noyes,
20 Power's Block, Rochester. N. Y.
Q TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
?. MeD. Alexander, Plaintiff,
rohm B. King, et. al., Defendants.
By virtue of a dueree of foreclosure
mnd sale made in this caso by his
donor, Jiudge W. 11. Wallace, on 11th
.ay of July 1889, I will sell to the
uighes' hidder before the court house
loor, in the town of Piekens, on
Salvday in July 1891,
hring the legal hours of sale, the
Ullowing described reld estate, to wit:
All that. piece, parcel or. tract, of
alnd, lying and b1in(1g i lind Ie ar the
.4orporte liin,its of the toiwn of I''aslev,i
-otyr of Pickenis and State aforesaid
b)ounded(s 1by lands of Allen Mauldlin,
1'. 1H. Mc3lalio,i R. D)ke and ot hers,
'(hntiingli4 seetyfu and one-halt
74 A) acres, more orj less.
Terms of sale, one-half cash and
hie bal:ance on a credit of twelve
noniths froml (day' of sale, to be secur
d by honid of purciha:ser he.aringo in
erest from day if sale, 4nnd a miort -
.age of the premaises. P~urcha~ser to
miy for paipers.
J. M. STEWART,
[tune 11th, '91
WJ'. KC. L [LYDSAY,
D)enier in 1
*1O -* 'EAE I,
And(f (1 hith( Roms
.\ ndcs Fne Jrtew. lr.el
H' i jteflle 4 ut 44 (41Sh:i' pit ng44 atl air i
Britarbo terl Shor !a
SOT( ANDf COL BATHS.
Yourj4 lnton* is 'i reee fully daorlleied.
Fresh Arrival of i
One Case of Remn
New Line of Barred.
Wlhite and Black Lai
Something New fit F
Another Lot of Men'
Our large Spring tra
Large lot of Flour, 1
Pure Lard and other
C'onae and Mee Tlacmu.
WE WILL IHANDLE
give u1s Your Or'der-an
e will Keelp Your Trad1
II the Time.
Plenty of Lemons thi
Sug~ari 18 poundl(s for
IARRIS & MORRIS
II l TlATFI~ ( )F( )OUTll C (AlIOJ-NA,
Commonlful Pleias ('fourt.
iilly Rice, IIannahli )urhamii, I )iam
Ste(wart, AdaIlie Mart(in, Newt on F
ter', .Jane Fosti,er, Ma:ry' ost er, Afaurt
Fotst er, MIili ie JtFoster, Ja.me.s MStellu1
Alexanderi. Annll(S ie. A lxaier, a i
E. Ale'x:uidcr, Maritha: A AIlexamb(1
li,ilie M. Alixrandecr. the heirs f Nain
Murphe,if . lif. Nelso andaa?i iiiinty F<
I er. IDefenihm,ts.
answer'l t co piintliit ini this' aci
the (tourt for' Stte :un i tiln
r Iid. i,n the 5th day of May iC .\ , 180
(I eftilainiit ion i- sub eib er at
i ii t' Piii'kesj . Iii.,S 1i ,i:h ithI
- ty chiys a fterI~ tiIhe serv!- htereof le
isiI;' e of ith r ay fuh enTa ice, miiil
e ti a fori' d, stad i th" pla'intif :in t:i
ion ill aply's t It out fot h iir i
Dat d ay 5t h, 1891..
Taki unotile,ur t nth y o i r o thi
nis 'tartit inthe ijal l'tat
ret' moire yor . ai i a t notiJ peron
byn or l (hih e n is . eg inct. t e
~easonable Goods, just (
ant Bundles, same old .i
Igured Inidia Muslins, Fast (
do has necest'itated a refill
ite BEST anid CHIEA PEST.
Good Groceries always oni I
-MAY lI R Ol
iWT FOR A si
ITHE RICHMOND & DANVI
ATLANTA AND) CHIARLOT1
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reI'au. .. .. l 10 26 pin 11 415 num
nat Airy....lv I) 56 pm 11 14I aum
rnelia...... .. .v ti 52 p)m 11 01) am11
(%ton............v9 211 pm 10 -)13 nm'
LUbl............9 923pm 10 '10 am1 2 1
neiE~lle. ...lv h) A5 pmn i, 1I ~sm 4 5
ry tranch .. . .1v 8 30 ipm 9 4$ am .
uiford....... .lv 9 22 pmn 9) 33 amml
wanee...I A 08 pm! 9 17 am .
ninth.........h Ti57p~m 9'm .3
>roS. ..1v. . ..v (5 pmn 8 53 am ..
b~ula accommgcoaio, Iy ei.cept Hm
12 p. mn. Returnime, leaves Lula 6:00 a
lidly except Sundlay, and No. 9 daily,
Athens 12:05 p. mn. and 12.50 p. mn. Rte
1 daily (except Aninday, and No (63 dail3
1 4.2(0 n. m., art 'v( Elbert oni 8.35 ji. n
Iy exept M'ndny, leave Elbertou 2.45
and 9.15 a. mu.
ras between Wasahington and( Atlanta.
ithiwestern Vestibum.led L,imited, be(t weei
ra f'ru is4 chlarged oni first-claMs tickets
ud( thi uughi time tables, rateS anal Pual
al agents.. or add~ressa
L. L. McCLESKEY,
D)ivisio P.a. Agent,
At lant a,(
C. P. H AMMoN D, Bupt.
Everything you want.
ioods a Specialty.
~re is the place to get the BE
mir goodsi arc of' the best,
hing in Foot Wecar.
>ves ! toves 4
urniture, at prices that willf
3EST FLOUR in the mark<
:1 for country produce.
& M OR RIS,
Iclannond & Dauaville Bit
Greenville and Columbia Division.
Condensed Schedule May, 81 1891i
Trains rt on 75th meridian time.
Gloing North. Going South.
No. 15. No. 10.
6 15 amx...Lv Climrleston Ar...12 50 an
10 15 .......Ci 11m 1bbia....... 8 50 pni
12 39pm ........ i iij ........ 6 29
1 55 Ar....Spa tanlig.... 5 30
3 0G ........Trvon ........ 4 17
3 41 ........Saluda........ 3 41
4 01). ........lIt N wk...... .3 111
4 22 .... lender.sonville. ... 3 01
5 17 ........shevill........ 1 55
e. 6 4 . .o Sprio;s ....12 28
5 50 ....PaIt Riock......I1 55 am
7 15 ...... Morristown...... 1) 25
:P) ...... Knoxville...... 8 15
7 32 ......Cini72nati. .7
No. ! 3. No. 13.
6 4 a ......Charleston...... 9 30 pm
10 :11) ....... .omi bin ....... 6 30
11 57 .......PrI)sp.ity...... 8 50
12 15pm .......Niwherry.....3 30
1 55 ......Ninety Six. 2 00
2 16 .......GeIenwood.. 1 15
3 25 Ar....Abbevillc. . Lv.. 12 00ni
3 30 Lv ......Miton........11 20
4 07 ........ Pelzer........10 51
1 20 ...... Piedmn t ......10 35
5 00 Arr .Greenville .. LvlO 00
5 .5 ......Anduerson........10 55
6 3 1 %v..... Pendllt u......10 18
7' 55 Iv. .... i -n . ... ..0 45
8 25 ... .... W alallhI ....... 9 15
11 59 .......Atlanta .......
No. 17 No. 18.
8 31a m ......ProsperitY...... 8 17 pm
8 50 .......Newherry.... . 8 00
10 08 ......Nity Six.. . 6 3
10 *2.9 ...... Greeinwood. ...... f; I
I 30 .......Awbwville ...... .5 O(
11 .1) ........ Behton ........ 4 -15
"""" 12 15 A udvrt l . 3 00
Nio. No. 8.
( ( pm .......C lumb1ia......10 10 aU
7 .2. ...... Ipr*" p ritv...... 8 31
7 .15 N. . mi...815
9 5 ........ 1mrcu.. 30
1 a . i .......... .. 7
12 ....... P l ....... 02
1~2 30 .... le,hnp n 0 . 3 '1.1
N. N .42
12 15; 50 pil
'I L li...1 30
Ii I:.......... 00
-o. ' I. R 1. .I, 17, H. j12 ain13
het . < ri. .s . :'. 1111 Cincinlati,
-. N'a 4-.Mlri-townf, Knox
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S L . T\ y I > 1. Pass. Apt.
ID I. \ VI: I ,. 1) I ., l u,hia S. C,
.l A .l ulil < .Sg
W .II. i I-. N. ; i A ln-m .r.
I HAVE FOR SALE !
10Im-.hels of, corn.
ksomv lid.H1 cows 1ith
.One bee41 cow.I
I Want to Buy!
Sote h(Iirs i colts.
Do yon ~ Wm: ie Re1la, ei.
CCmne *IE.I pE2 :me,
or MnEnII 'gi.hI.ga g4.h.I
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THEf ATLANI'TIC CQAST LINE R~ ?
2 jin PASSI: N; fi : >El')hIA itTMENT .
Fastii: Lii ii het n een (;r l n and C
Wetr North, I'nia
IR ho.' .2. No. 53.
6 15 ai.m . . Lv Chai:rlest on Ar. . 12 50 a.nm
turn- 7 ' - - .15... .. ' 17. p.n
8.80 8 57......... .umtr.(.. 107
10I (I . . Ari ('<luigi a Tv. .. ) 0(0
3 -12 p.in . \ \ innsb'rro ...*1 1'.
. X m. I ' -- rb ..)
7 8:) . ..iia(ei:Ier . . 20 a rri
and 5i 8-1 . .. .lh. lill..2 -15 p.m
t- Al I.- p. Afil \ Niu berryt.S.I ., Lv 3 30 am
iiin .i 15 . ..J e s. . . . I I0a
5 5.A nih-rian... . .10 55
* . .i I v il . . . ..10 05
5 .. . Waldlai ... 9 15
I u5 - - ! iine .. S 5 0 p ri
.. 4 2)3 Iill b r - e.N. C 3t 01
li d 1rie h .rNirt on2 nd o.
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