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I KENS SENTINELI
he sheeting Is being put on the roof
th court house.
-1 on. E. [H. Bates will soon have a new
oll lug completed.
- e regret to learn that Mrs. Matthew
.ln ricks is very sick.
- Is Hortense Mauldin opened a flour.
a chool at Wolt Creek last Monday.
- ise Sallie Mulligan is teaching a
ir shin% school at Cross Roads in Liber
r. W. H. Austin, of Liberty, will
ye soon for Atlanta to complete his
Ir In dentistry.
- road case before the County'Com.
sal oners, attracted several of the Easley
Iz us here last Tuesday.
- arried, near Eartatoc, on December
Ih, Alex. Herd to Miss Diley Alexander,
3v. ohn hEllenburg, olliciated.
- r. W. J. Crenshaw laid on our table
roe 'ars of corn of a variety seldom seen
thi county, at least it is not very abun.
-Th( re will be prayer meeting in the
thodi at church this evening (Wednesday)
7 o'cl k. The public Is invited to at.
-M . Larkin Hendricks was married on
3 30 ult., to Miss-Raines. The
remo y was performed by lRev. J. E.
-A portion of Dacusville and Pumpkin.
wn townships is to be madc into a new
hoe district with the Oolenoy school as
-M rried at the residence of -the bride's
trent. on the 30th inst., W. C. Keith to
iss I attic 8ndth, R1ev. D. C. Freeman,
-J.a es Hill, colored, had his sewing
ichi e drawer broken open and robbed
$7; .00 a few (lays ago, while he and his
fe i ere Iab3ent.
-J dge Philpot and Mr. Henry McDan
of 1 ieusville, passed through town last
flda oi their way to the montains on a
- 1 Cissonldwelling on tho npper
-4 , road will soon he completed and
occupied. It was put up by
- h.'. Christopher.
-M -ried, on Thursday, December 24kh,
11, t the residence of the bride's father.
her, Calvin l3agwell, Mr. John Pote
8.9 J tie Uagwell, Rev. M. T
-R h1 rep,'
.J. T. Singlecton per.
-I L T. Weldon reqiuests thle SUNrI
0r. to unounce that he will preach, D. Y.
Centl al next Saturday at 3 p. m., also On
blbath at 11 a. m. The congregation will
te the change to the second S;abbath.
-i M.~ L. Jones desires to return
anks ,rongih the columns of the SuNTI.
go#.d people of Golenoy Baptist
imrchb nd Sunday School for their kind
mnerrances on ihe Christmas tree on the
-Our good fr'ienid, Mr. Priestly E. Ma-.
eli, hnas been quite sick, but we are glad
report him as imiproviniir. We trust the
inshune of health and good cheer will
nbe restored to his quiet hocme on thc
--h disony BoroPn
11 ot ite tik Mioday i.,
afons .h penlysins rigi, tund to iei
we ati- pen,sos wel hs plsnt to hel
J.dn Adio og.nis wiatf1 A ~il og t s
abes and __ Meen quteet,c near the lirip.
ladst to stays tathey arlie impov.h
m e fot ahterch M if Lizze will
rsl usth holidys jurst in met tak
,meati ofl, as i( well plesaet the
~iacdi' -The 'li~a.''eltcuai af
8 apOitistrs to ioiyo herwlsbfr
u in itou it wth ~p~rC'U~ it
ot. h .~hrai4 ~ apt J.i you Gili bouve astu
'i ny110(1~ti a tet, anda tle livery.
wfg )i~fe s ad ewdi gie Ct oih'
,~ ~ h, ia~ ivedh auoelP Walchurdcone in theywil
~te don at tIita verk generos i him t si
thj Cha' ~anter and tweiytv ars,re he
~' ~ IC iiiThe clotucontaics haea
xd t t. Tose w . tizes.o Wiladis n tuhe to
O afi me o i' mdergol Li onyon l)rethathirc welsbefoe
ine r~ deve I wi nd ovialr arei tfew glf
uIi~~ miagi hi on hat youd 'upply ten1Cogh watluer
d ot ond c bamciv em an youi~ wilt tav tana
eer 1 eanhlfy oI atern all thetime o' and avs
Ug SgI maringmhtlin >ay livet hudretud peacn ill
~1jt1a g 1, ha. live bem o e WIlls famein romta
at 1jm Ia dbwn al,it at e nwk This Fti hi1ist vsi
A1I: ( m73 Charles ,State' m tweaai ndil yeats,aria
bru.ed udic~h may chaist whsichi Ii have
have, ory Th ht.rs llardth eisig int e
or-iar ocpwn erf~.e healh an the scuie
haIvej dlC1a1e I( wejap and jkova to int the ladi
8res uumpuv reF Wlaivms wand to'Alanal
"' ~ iCmrkm t iedtt h returned ai't8r nd wIl
aker, eur ao.a piltOt c e ow antd byhi bruaryt h1st. Weh
1re 110yss lthe CI er, I Dr. Wlams fud hies ia.
m bush I clund a~ s hea first ising o thaipro.
.h) ith i' LIity L, trus cthae t chne wvill be
wih te pdsti' din an red vh vilh
a c.wnt WIyt ciii . T 0 il. rtn, fEatey, w'ntil
LI 'heni gan atw, -ii to reif vesskndee riends in l
leO ai ~'',i : aompanie y highl brtek
pl t. iea eimTl ij Ile 2dhtw forau atexs imn
a 'Yiae chnall s w l iso his rst n vii tt Pliet
e rea .n ofi1io th attimetoThe endcomradiieof
cu >me c., n at t ar sattered,t At the w ib
mlon (lie.11t ar ia tarmkend s l whod w ib
a soths wn d t,i,s oi seer h. lsftheare"idl
ti 'e a r ay b -in, f hTskeatee, i Alawil
no riian" 'h wo< 1 a foew ofay is. Aad a
tu. 1 tpon Uea t it of i the weser (lat of Jthar
tpre o an0 it (1i 5o the2dtinstnt yar hs hom1RlI
to -d unt sint. a ly Ne0hvn rahdCr
a. Aven all are a ' on hitsuddn tath hre lal
at. hi o 0hoo the ar r Jamtes Nplacao Impannln
ir.. k weo ,iad bt au.ldan iqueost. EAtato theeI
oent.o shalve died 11bente the juryat ofde ahon
v-sx abb h. *; 5 gturn:g' d'hath a fore.aid
haI rtsan work.H oue of Ms.Amada Kaee
yoc ulytae Sath wagton, then thy fddnly
lirn( e( oantoui do- ase( hIvnty-ni iyears dv am
>e, youhay go, an weativson friendros the monI
to counLytw on .(ll all nihoi h
s. Asyo a peakedme citied that( eiar
at hal of te yea .rSamar in enex, orni
thle we ad b toun t on fo astatioued.h
hunredanlsxi- -eho m pasdthonh tnd dre kh
i ta,whatcan ou wgon ightacros thlsma
. John T. Coett was quite sick
-Did you make a mialstake last Friday
and write It "January 1st 1891?".
-La Grippe has gripped and grabbed a
good many people about Liberty.
-Miss Alma Wickilif, of Elberten, Ga.,
visited friends in Easley last week.
-Eddie McDaniel left last Sunday to en
ter the graded school at Greenville.
-Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Price, of Liberty,
spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Price's
-Mrs. Nora Hubbard, of Anderson,
spent sonme of the holidays with Mrs. W.
-Last Saturday, Sunday and Monday
was as cold weather as we have bad during
-Mr. Thomas Welborn and all his fami",
ly are sick with the measles. He himself
has been quite ill.
-Mr. Jesse L. Lewli and family have
been quite sick with gripp, but we are glad
to report them better.
-B. Duff. Stewart has been up about his
old haunts for the last weeck and reports a
good time hunting birds.
-Uncle Reese Bowen was quite ill last
week, and also several mUmbers of the
family of Mr. Reese Bowen, Jr.
-J. F. Looper, a merehant of Hunting
ton, Ark., and a son of Anderson Looper,
is on a visit to relatives in this county.
--Married by Rev. J. C. Chapman, at .is
resideace, on th, 31st ut.., Mr. John t.
Hendricks to Miss Carrie E. Curtis; all of
--"Uncle Billie" Martin litis bought the
Merritt hutt e and lut, en Factory Street,
and will move to town, very soon, to edu
cate his children.
--Mr. Thos. S. Roe picked 2,000 pounds
of lint cottou from eight acres on Pea
Uidge last year, and it was not a good year
for cotton either.
-Every lick that you strike this year be
sure that it will count one. Don't make a
half-lick at anything.
-Bennie T. McDaniel, who is in the ma
chine shops, at Savannah, Ga., returned to
that place last Fntnrday, after spending the
holidays with his patrents.
-Little Codiei Stewart, son of
Stewvart, E1., of Liberty, ws'
e<a by the explosion orf
His face rercve''
.-Alot oll the 1st
.Wkens. Ife has about recov
..01 his recent ites.
-Read the neW advertisement of J. L.
IIaynie and daughters. They spare no
pains to make their goods and prices inter
esting to the public. Consult them before
you buy a musical instritient.
-We have laid several enquirics about
tile extension of tle fimle for paying taxes.
It has lie-n exLendtd to the l6th of Febrn
ary. Subscribe for the SEINE1. and it
will keep you posted on all such matters.
--Caline Bowen, colored, lied at the
home of her son, William Howen. on the
31st uit., at the age of eighty-four ynrq.
1ler remains were buried at Tabor. Sie
was one (if the family servants of the late
-A enrrespondent nf the Jourtnal gives
a full account of the marriage of John E.
Singleton and Miss Ela Edens, : hbe home
of the bride, otn the 23d tilt. ' . J. E.
Foster performed tile ceremiony We wish
the young coup)le a long and prosperous
-An unusual phenomenon was observed
by many people last Tueosdlay night. The
night was as eleur as crystal, the stars shone
b)rightly tand the wind blew cold, biut in the
cast atnd south flash after flash of lightitng
was seett, which continued for several
hours, it wasc sotteting untusuil and1( at
tiracted the attenttiou of a good many peo
-We were pleasedn to mneet, at Liberty.
last, we-ek, Mr. WV. P. Anderson, of the
West mtinter ]B-anter. Mr. Atnderson came
to Libetv to biuy the~ goodis f 'rmerly~ own
ed tby J. D). Smith & Co., but failed to) get
thent. Tile biidding for them was by Mr.
Anderson, and TI. N. Liunter. of Lifertv.
Mr. Anderson runt them to $:,200, ani M'r.
Hunter raised it $25, and got the goods.
Last saledtiy was liargely attended and
prtoperty birouight good p ric-s despi te the
hard- i moes and t he :lettnss of m~onev.
i-ever-mal tr.i' q f knat were sold, mol(st (if
whticht belong-d to the estate of thle late
John F. tewart..
Lot No. 8, belongt,ingt to the estate, mtl
kntown as the Lesley house and lot, in
towna, -ol.taiuting hah' an a'-re, was rohd to
J. P. Carey ind1 Juttit 10. Boggs for cm 0.
Antothetr lot, adj' iig t he abov-e, contain
ing half an aier-, was sold to C'apt. J. A.
Gillin for $i295.
Tract No. Q, 800t acres oni Eas iloe river,
was sold to 31. F. Hester I , t12'.
Tract No'. 3, 350) th(re, wais soldi to M. F.
IIleste-r atnd J1. 1E. Stasil for 9525.00It.
Tlotetl No%. ., 'i)0t~ ~ae was sohlI to Able
Stewart fir 50.~
TPract No. 5, -18 acres, sold to Mrts. Saridh
Alexander for 5.j.
Tlract No. (;, 150 tacres, soki to Mrs. Sarahil
A lexatnder foir $10t0t. 0.
At ShteritP's sale the following land was
sold: in tie (case of (arlinte V. J obu
v-s. Whit ner Symtimes, 69 acets it I ent rEl
towntship was sold to J. McD). Btrnec. for
Itn the case of -Joseph Boatrightt vs. 'T.
W. atnd F. P. Folgert, one btotse and lot in
Cetrial was sold to N. T1. Mart in fotr U65.
Them la ices paid for propety (loes not
look like haid timews.
Sebtool int thle P'ices Academyt t 3will op~ en
agmnti Jan. 11Ith '92. Tihe' free 9 rm wjin be
tanght at the irsi, and ciach p-itro w-it git
his pr-o rtata shiare of~ free no.e y , itt pro p.;
iiion to thet' inonutt thea, at clo':e of free termn
wsill be dute fort tuition at thet regutlar- sttt
siiptioni pr:ces, wIch-l are ats fil lows: A bie
eedia~ n, $ 1.25; Intermia(It.C grade. front
.St.75 to $2 50;~ Advanceed grade4l, $.0Ii.
iThese rates at-c abouit the simnle t.n at the
trst (if ession. I wottld sa.y tha)timitiont
Ior plast thre-e months il ntow duteI; fori .Jani.
atni i-'ei., will be duie att the close, of F"eb.,
an d for it foutr ot fiv e mionthIs' term,t beg:i n
nintg 1st, March, will be ohm to t elo ( o,-(f
thatt time. Tho wIho doi not. undierstandl
this htadt better se-e tie aitt give tiet .somei
dlefntite und(e-r.standin g n-asi to tme of piay
me-nt, etc. W. - . J usres, Pinitcipatl.
'"There are millions it it'' raid a dlrtnggist
when asked abouit D)r. Btull's Congh Syrup.
Price 25 (t5.
F"or someo timec lpast I've beeni a rhne-init
Ie. I recently tried .-alvattioni Oil w -c
gaive mc almiost intstant relief. I sincerely
recommaendl it as it haus etntirely (-ere tme.
James Got-don, Ilalto, Mid.
- Manty of the SKNTniNso's lpatrns ar
availitng lthemselves of the oppotunnity of
pru-rling a Webster's Utnabtid ged Dictiont
atry, b)y aiccepting the premtium offer made(I
to subscrtibers who pay tip all arrearages to
the h1tst of January, 1892, and to allI niew
All persons Indebted to me will please
call and inake settlemnent of their accounts
at once. Settlement must be made before
tie firet of February.
J. F. WILLms, M. D.
Jan 7th, 1892. 4wtd
-You know you owe us, and you know
It is due. Why keep our money? We
have to pay our debts. Can't yoU do
somiethiug at the right time.
Lewis & Morris.
"It is all over town!" "What?" "The
cold wind this morning." "Bo it is, but
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is all over town
too, you can buy it cverywhere for 26 cents
The careful mother always keeps Salva.
tion Oil haudy. Twenty-five eeots a bot.
Dou you want a new stove? Tinware of
any kind, made from the best material, or
some of the best and cheapest Jeans ever
offered in Pickens enunty? If so, go to
Lewis & Lriis', the popular corner store.
An old physician, retired from practice
havingf had placed inl his hands by an East
India mi.,ionary the formula of a simple
vegetable remedy for the speedy and per
mnanent cure of U'onsumption, Bronchitis,
Calarrh, Asthma, and all throat and Lung
Affections, also a positive and radical cure
for Nervous Debility and all NervousCom.
plaints, after having tested its wonderful
curative powers in thousnds of cases has
felt it his duty to make it known to his suf
ferint fellows. Actuate iiy this motiveand
a desire to relieve human suffering, I will
send free of chrge, to all who desire it,
this recipe, in German, French or English,
with full directions for preparin and us.
ing. Sent by mail by addressing with
stamp, naming this paper. W. A. Noyes,
820 Power's Block, Rochester, N. Y.
N OTICE OF FINAL SETvLEMENT.
I herchy give noticc that I will ap
ply to J. B. Newberry, Judge of Probnt(
for I'I(kins coulnty, S. (, on the 1C
Feirilary, 18t:Q, for leave to
settlelmient of the est-I
in our firm is contempla.
tat an early date and from this
dato until our present stook is dis
posed of we will offer our entire stock
at a great reduction.
Tremendous stock of Jeans and N
Shoes to go at a sacrifice. This is g
no old shop-worn stock of goods we
are offering but brand new goods.
Buyers will have a picnic as long as
'there is a fow pieces of Jeans at
25c., up; Shoes 20c. per pair, up; best
Shirting 4.1 cents per yard.. Big
Stock of Groceries at reduced prices.
lardwaro, Crockeryware, Glassware,
Tinware-in fact, everything now in
stock to go. No reasonable offer re
A few more of thoso fine Texas
Red, Rust-proof, Oats, call and get
sonic while they last. t
If you owe us anything call and
settle at onlce. No goods charged af
ter' this da.
Six fine cooking stoves at cost and
freighQ; A good horse for sale cheap.
H A RRIS & MOR RIS.
October 27th 1891.
MJA.NTLER & SJXITH
Suits; of 10OPieces,$12.50
ParlIor Suits. Plush
Cof1ins and Caskets at
an~y timew, (day or night.
wvill be answ~eed inunekldi- a'
ately. od ep
To g'et yourgod cea'
]DAITZLERJ & SIAITIIGr~
(AR EEN VILI4E, S. C. of
DMTe-lepone Nos. 64 and 38.
Newspapers .- FREE~
Senid yourI ownI nameIIC andl alddress
and thloseof I to 10 of(i your friends( or('
nighbo i~ rs, o>n a postal (card1, o r of hier wyiso,
ada compy of thle SAV ANNA Ii WJEFlGK
L Y N E \fS will be sent to ea']h address F
V.. a l~mexss mm l'..utn.? N swsrA.'si
rFox Co,.lnI v 1Hmuwins. It is the( Largest,
Weeikly pulisheMlid ini the SouthI-16 large
pig es. It is splenid ly gotteni up and
care fiully editedI. If youl have n ever. ee
a compy of it, send' for onie mand you will
pmrononmneu it the hig.rs' 1and(1he: newspa
TH1 E WEEI(LY NEWS,
Agenoy for I
Fomr tnnrrnm ton and free lTandbook writ
O11tomt bureai for Neurn .nat I n Am
T,ar st etreulaton o imacentifl ae i
ma iwx inmt. At.ree 51 N3 e
unwann. nrn'.twamy. ne~ vork.
Your Note or Acc
Have you even been to see them? Do yoi
them? The New Year is here and some of you ,
grown handsome off of our substance have &<
"Thankee" to us. How do you expect to keepv
you do better than this? If you c.n't pay, have i
and see us and make some kind of ettlement.
man to go to see you.
These remarks are not meant for all of our
science will tell you if it is meant for you. To 1
their best and proved themselves true frier
our thanks. We will do business at the same ot
pared as well as ever to offer inducements for th
good people. We will appreciate your trade for
best effort will be made to serve you properly.
With best wishes for a bright and prosperous New Ye
'e can still be found on the corner, and can give you the be
oods at lowest living prices.
We keep none but the best Coffees.
We have nice line of Tobacco and Cigars, cheap.
If you need a Stove we can fit you up as cheap as an
Ady. Yours for 1892,
LEWIS & MORRIS,
The Popular Corner Store.
P. S. Say, to the fellow who passes by on the other s:
come by and let us have a wvord with him. L. & M.
5feb91 PickenM. S. V
I CENT A rLU! 88 CEY!AiN~
Thais Is thae way we are selling omr;Celebwated A. 1
.9 inch -Vs Tobacco. You siave 4 eents a pound. Ile
obacco in the snarket alor the priee.
We are Headquarters for Druugu, all Patenit iled
Ines and all Sundries lin Brushes, Comnbs and Tool
A. B.& J. L CARPENTER,
MANSION HOUSE DRUG STORE.
Greenville, S. (
)RT. RIOBT. KIJIKSEY JC. JEFFRIE8,
11a8 permianetly loented( in P)ickens and ATT"OR N E Y A T L AW,
reris htis professitimdt (ervices to the citi' N4 9Ja is'e
ns of the Sown and counity. IIis diplo..- W I' Ran e, 8
is arc from, the College 'of Phyvsician:s E l lL l,.
dt Surgeons. oif nitimore, 1890, and Prctcs n l the otu rts. (an tzi
'tmf .1obs ltotpkinis, 1891. Was nine very best references. Telep,hone No.':
ant hs in NmUsinig and Chi's 114)spi t, JaInMu6
dtimsore. Mdiec'91mo _______________
ANSION hOUSE, N 10 FRElt,.NJ. B. Freer$
OllEENVILLE, 8. C., ATTORIN~EYS AT LA W,
Has been newly refittedi and excellently823 ___ IC EN,.
rn ished. It is I'irst-eIas~s in its appoint- - --~- ~ - - .C IN S,
IInts, and11 ii(on of Ite best hotels in the WE.r. & Onie .1 E p;m
luth. Situated in the healthiest and 1Greentville, . 0. Pi'kit k .
1st deltghtfuli locality in the country it ' ' n,S
Fers superior attractions to visitors. 'ItsV EL , 01RR & BOGUS,
sine c:annTot bie excelled ini an city' ATTfORN1EYS AT1 LAW,
The Pickens Markets. _PICKlE?S C. H., S.
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td ..I ntnr~ nb o t- a b'.,itani ani d t tention P C I IJ oal uies,nr
at tie titeiedeto them.ehmhin4d88tf
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Esoytalegrven overyuThursday andnFrida;
wiiand fec h extractedOwithevtlpain.
Sr. riegDentr.. aoemesrarn5n(worocated W
i.ttwrd. ndtioreefer. itlex . '~T. ClevAN's neM i ldngoer,
sSavar.gs' Bank andtFehton', Bookhetore.
'ol t...tl gbliwooie. Gee gJ..EAW. Y NOR 3OD (1 . ..
tt' W. M. No wook,r.. Der,,Assistanv.
lere bu Or* wl wicees and rWes t mrelan Uesti rossDuk
at, Drug dtrre.
*It~ *EP *uuee *sin .tlan1'8 tot G~pulc~R NVIL. ' 1it
i ever expect to pay
who have fattened and
ver said "Turkey" or
ip yoew credit unless
be manhood to come
Don't wait for our
:ustomers. Your con.
hose who have done
ids, we sincerely offer
d stand, and are pre
e patronage of these
another year, and our
Pickens, S. O.
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. Atlanta & Charotte Air-Line
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irritation of thle scalp for salelt.
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HOT AND COLD BATHS.
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and Publio DId'gs. J
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Trains rin oi 75th meidian time.
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Mon, Newberry s ' i .t'l eos4.
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147 11 15.. .Mitu li;:... . .7 81'
2 25 1182. A rCieenvillei.. . 4:4 t UO
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11m1g. il y.
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10 55au ......... Alston ...... 8 84pir
11 47am. ........ Carlisle ... 7 83pir
11 5 .a....... Santuc. . .:. 7 2bpm
12 30p......... Union........ 7 03pm
1 03pm........ Pacolet ........ 12pm.
1 30pni. . . Ar fS>artanburg Lv. .. 6 48pr
Betwen Columbia and 6reenvillej via
Ylelton. Daily e'Ecpt Sunday.
No. 18. N. i4.
11 10am. .... oinibia....... 420pm
12 00n'n.........Alston....... . 680pm
12 l7pm........Poiaria........ 8 18pm
2 38pm.......Prospetitt...... 2 57pm
2 57pi. .;..N wberry....... 2 84pm
1 2pm..::.. leeni...... 2 29pm
1 47pn........CappIell ..... I 47pm
2 35pm.. :...Ninety Six;...1 25prit
2 54pin. .. reen'wo'od.. t 45pm
3 18pmn.......If odg.es.........12 18pm
3 3pm...... Donld's........12 03pm
3 51pin.... Honca Path ......11 50am
4 10pm........Belton......;.:11 80am
4 35pm .... Williamston.......11 11am
4 42pm....... .clier..........11 O5ai
5 0ni....... Piedmont........10 5am
5 40pm. .. . Ar Greenvile Lv ....10 10oui
Between Newherry and Anderson.
Daily except Sunday.
No. 17. .. g.
30an.... Lv Ncwl-ervy A' 7 50p
8 500am.........lelia......... 7 1
9 23am.. . (llaptll9........ 79
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Retween 16104 ad A'.e'le. y
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8 ATANI 11n CroASTIe~ 331T
WilmingtAon, N . No. 4th, 182
Fa2t p.n betwenCharleston 5ad Co.
8n40 an uppest Carolin and,
Ves2r NAr Caolmia.. v71
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