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Tuesday. April U. . 18
Reward-B. G. Tennant, Count
Letters of Administrati->n-S. 1'
Johnston, Judge of Probate.
-Five head of cattle were sold 2
public outcry on Monday by Mr. T. E
-The telephone would have bee:
ready but for a delay in the- shipmen
of the wire.
-Chief of Police Gilbert is raisin
a fund by subscription to erect a tomi
stone over the grave of Mr. LaFayett
-The roads are not cut up nov
This shows that there is very litt]
guano being hauled out. Fairfiel
County will not likely use half 2
much as formerly.
-Rev. E. A. McDowell, pastor c
Mount Moriah, Poplar, Longtown an
Bloomingdale Churehes, has bee
called to Rock Creek. It is not know
whether he will accept.
-Mr. J. W. Hanahan tendered bN
resignation as president of the Steax
Fire Engine Company on Thursda
night. The company passed a rest
lation asking him to reconsider i
which he did.
-I will be in Winnsboro on th
16th of April and remain for ten day
only. Come at once if you war
photographic work in the latest style
adv. A. A. MoRms.
Johnson's Aromatic Compound Coi
Liver Oil with hypophosphites is in
valuable in oil scrofulous affections
purifies the blood, builds up the appt
tite and make4 sound fiesh. Pint bol
ties $1.00. Winnsboro Drug Store.
SoCIETY MEETIN.-The Ladies' Mi
si. Iry Society of the A. R. P. Churc
will meet this (Tuesday) afternoon 3
4.30 o'clock at the residence of Mr
G. H. McMaster.
TEn WATER SUPPLY.-The follow
Ing is the report of the policeman o:
the water supply measurements take1
en Monday morning:
Court-house cistern...........17 -
Depot cistern.................14 10
Elliott's cistern............... 9 8
Neil's cistern............ . .15 3
Miller's cistern............7 11
Phillips' cistern...... ..10 8
Cummings' cistern ......16 10
J. E. McDonald, Esq., went to York
yille Monday morning.
Mi-. C. A. Matthews, of Charlotte
is in town on business.
Mr. E. G. Scruggs went to Colum
bia on Saturday.
- Miss Nora Lumpkin, a daughter.e
Mr. T. T. Lumpkin, has returnedifron
Florida where she has. been spendinj
Mrs. B. J. Quattlebaum has gone t<
Latta to visit her sister who is the wif'
of Rev. J. R.- Allen.
Mr. E. B. Ragsdale went to Blair
on business on Monday.
Mr. Frank Hughes, of Alabama,
relative of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rich
mond, is here on a visit to them.
Mr. J. J. Cain, the superintenden
of the Winnsboro Granite Company
was in town on Monday.
Mr. Thomas Anderson, who ha
been quite sick, was well enough to bl
in town on Monday.
Mr. C. A. Douglass, now of Wash
ington, D. C., passed through town o1
Monday on his way to Washirgton.
sIrrTHs. C. 'V.
The regular annual meeting of thi
Sixth Rlegiment will be held in Winna
- boro on Thursday the 11th of April.
The County Alliance will meet o:
Friday, the 19th day of April, a
11 o'clock. A full attendance is de
sired. 1)- P. CResBY,
Attention, Falrfleld Light Dragoons !
There will be a meeting of the coni
pany on Friday, the 19th, at 2 o'clock
sharp. A full turnout is requested
There will be a drill and business als
of importance to transact.
J. B. TURNER,
A New Quarry.
Messrs. Ragsdale & Ragsdale own
tract of land at Blairs on which ther
is a deposit of very fine blue granil
in inexhaustable quantities. They ar
. grading a road-bed for the purpose
putting in a spur track from the Spa
tanburg k Asheville road and has
commenced to open up the quarr:
This stone is of a flne grain and su
eeptable of the highest polish. esp
e aliy suitable for building and moni
mental work. We hope this new et
terprise will prove a success.*
The jury which tried Aughtry
Columbia last week for the murder <
Conway Olliver, found him guil
after remaining out four hours. Mi
Crawford, an attorney for Aughtr
asked that the jury be pol'ed. Thi
all were very much surprised wh<
one of the juirymen, Mr. WV. H. Stor
said, "Guilty, with a recommendatic
to mercy." The defen-e moved for
new trial. It is not known whether
will be granted
We recommend Johnson's Maguel
Oi! fo~r rheumnatim, neuraigia, sprair
* bruises, lame back ; it quickly relies
pn. 25 anrd 50 ets. Wininsboro Dr
A Columbia Desperator.
Brit Glenn, a desperate negro who
went from Columbia to Jacksonville,
Florida, killed several people in Jack
sonville on Sunday morning before he
would submit to an arrest. He shot
another negro in a bar-room in Jack
sonville and escaped, hiding out until
6 o'clock on Sunday morning. He
ran into a barn in Jacksonville and
took refuge behind a lumber pile and
when the sherif and several policeman
entered he fired and killed one police
man. He then fired and shot a negro
in the thigh; again firing he struck
t another policeman in the ankle, and
another shot hit a small b:>y. After
emptyirg his weapons he surrendered.
He was sent to St. Augustine for safe
SIXTH S. C. V.
The regular annual meeting of the
Sixth Regiment will be held in Winns
buro on Thursday the 11th of April.
I Ladies, if you want a pure delicate
soap for the complexion, druggists will
always recommend Johnson's Oriental
Medicinal Toilet Soap. Winnsboro
Drug Store. *
FEARFUL WORK OF THE WINDS.
About 12 o'clock on Sunday night
the roaring of a cyclone could be
heard and in a few seconds the fear
ful work of the winds was felt. The
current seems to have passed Winns
boro at a point south of the freight
t depot, judging by the fallen trees in its
path from town to the residence of Mr.
W. S. Weir, three miles from town on
th Nay's Ferry road. Several peo
ple in town were awakened by the
roar of the wind and the loud peals of
About this time there was a tremen
dous clap of thunder which made the
earth tremble; it was about this time
that the storm was at its highest.
There was no damage done around
t Winnsboro, but the fearful havoc is
plainly visible at Mr. Weir's place.
The first s.ign was a fallen cedar on the
road-side, then right in front of,his
house, to the left, lay the trunks of
many tall pines with a bank of red
dirt upturned with the roots. Some
pines, fifteen inches in diameter at the
- top, were snapped off like canes.
Sometimes one tree would fall at an
exact right angle with another, going
to show that the force is not always in
one general direction. An oak tree,
five feet in diameter, was blown fiat
to the earth just the left of his dwel
ling. There was -a break in the roof
which is unaccountable for as no mis
sle could be found inside. The dwel
ling was shifted on its foundation about
ten inches and the house twisted so
that the doors would not shut. The
lamp was blown out by the wind and
the fire was scattered all over Mr.
Weir's bed-room. - He ran for water
!in the hall and just then the wind
blew the front door inj,, breaking off t
lock and facing strips. The cover of
the sewing machine and some door
strips flew past him and he went back
in the room and got some water from
A negro house en the place was
lifted from its foundation and set out
Sin the yard. Reuben Mcllwain, col
ored, says he tried to hold the dooi
but, but the wind outdid him and
burst in the door, taking him and door
outdoors. Me says he held to a peach ~
tree but is very sore from his bruises.
Mr. Weir's porch post and bannisters
were blown away and the upper half
of the smoke-house was shifted about I
-ten inches. An old building 20x10 I
1feet' was completely wrecked, and a
building used for a buggy house and
to keep implements in was swept down
the hill; the buggy and farming im
Bplements were totally wrecked. A
-small building was lifted clean over a
sixrail fence and -is down about fi
teeni feet from its former place. The
well top which is under the hill was
swept away. Several hens were set
tting in the buggy-house and two of
-them turned-up next morning lookin~g
A negro house on Mr. Hilliard G.
Wylie's place was lifted off its pillows;
-one on the Canaan place was blown
down, and 0on Mr. T. W. Rawls' p'ace
(seven miles from town) a negro
house was swept away, but nonse of
te family were hurt, but one;.,a rafter:
stuck one fellow on the head, but that
'di. not hurt him mach.
The path of this monster was about
150 yards wide and fences and tree
a~tops mark its -way for a considerable
edist ance, traceable by the naked eye.
There was no one at Mr. Weir's but
ehimself, Mrs. Weir and a small colored
fgirl. They went to Mr. Hugh S.
-Wylie's and spent the remainder of
ethe night. Mr. Weir's loss is from
. $75 to $200', with no insurance.
-The wonder is that no lives w ere
- lost, fur the place bears cvidenCe of a
- feat tul dlest ruction.
Catarrh Cannot be Carea,
.withI LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they enan
iot reach the seat, of the disease. Ca
.ntarrh is a blood or constitutional dis
Sease, an~d in order to cure it you mulLt
take internal remedies. Hlall's Catarrh
atre is~ takeun internally, and acts di
- . rectly on the b~oad and~ mucons sur
yfaces. II.dli's Catarrh Cure is :dt a
g ack medlicineC. It was prescribe d by
oie of the best phy sicianls in this coun
try for ears, and is a regular pre:-crip
ktio.. it is composed of the best toniles
n known, combined with the best blood
apurifiers, acting directly on the inu -ons
turaes. The perfect combination of
tthe two ingredients is what produces
such wonderfut results in curing Ca.
tarr. Send~ for testimonials, free.
cF. J. Camr & Co., Toled', 0.
15 Sold by Druggists, price 75:. *
s i hlrnCyfr ice' atra
-WHITE OAIK CHIPS.
WHITE OAK, S. C., April 8.-There
was a negro arrested here Saturday
night on the charge of larceny. It
seems that while Mr. S. D. Patrick
was busy the negro stole a pair of
pants from the counter. Another
egro took a pair at the same time,
but he made his escape. The one
aught was taken to board with Sheriff
Ellison for awhile.
Miss Maggie Hamilton, of this place,
is visiting at Rock Hill.
The White Oak High School will
lose next Friday.
Mr. J. B. Patrick has gone.North
In my last report there was a mis
ake. It was Mr. Hughes instead of
Mr. Heins that was visiting at Mr.
L. J. Hamilton's. J r.
A Household Treasure.
D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. Y.,
ays that he always keeps Dr. King's New
Discovery in the house and his family has
lways fcund the very best results follow
.ts use; that he would not be without it if
>rocurable. G. A. Dykeman, Druggist,
,'atskill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's New
Discovery is undoubtedly the best Cough
emedy; that he has used it in his faniilp
or eigh years, and it cas never failed to
lo'all that is claimed for it. Why not try
, remedy so long tried and tested. Trial
ottle free at McMaster & Co.'s Drug Store.
.egular ize 50c. and $1.00. *
Mr. Editor: The White Oak school,
Nith Prof. Pressley, spent last Friday
pith the East Wateree school. The
)ccasion was a spelling match in which
ix selected scholars from each school
The scholars from the White Oak
chool were: Misses Ida Patrick, Mag
ie Stewart, Kittie Patrick, Hattie
eschel, and Messrs. Edward Mobley
nd Robert Patrick.
Those from East Wateree were:
Iisses Mary'J. Moore, Hattie Raines,
arah Isenhower, Lila McDowell,
iacie Johnston and Lizzie Raines.
After the greater part of Swinton's
Word Book bad been exhausted, the
Vhite Oak school came out victorious.
All the scholars did exceedingly
rel!, but especially would we com
nent on Miss Ida Patrick, of White
The schools will spell again on next
'riday at White Oak. H.
Johnson's Oriental Soap is far supe
ior to all the other so called medicinal
Saps for beautifying the complexion.
Winnsboro Drug Store. *
UPPER LONGTOWN BRIEFS.
LoNGTOwN, S. C., April 5.-The
armers taking advantage of the bean
iful weather we are now having are
ushing their farm with a vim that
peaks well for them. A great deal
f corn was planted in March not
rithtanding the unfavorable weather. e
kmo of the farmers have about fin- t
shed planting their. upland corn.
'here will be a pretty general reduc
ion of tfie cotton acreage in our sec
ion this year. The farmers have, it -
eems, at last grasped the idea, "that
doesn't pay to raise cotton at four
u five cents," and will devote their
,ttention to raising their own supplies.
Gardening has been greatly retarded
wing to the backward spring. Most
f them have been planted, though ere a
his, and in some instances the plantse
re up and looking nicely.
An April fool party was given at !
r. Sam'l. McCormick's on Monday e
venig, last. Quite a number of the l
oflng people of Longtown attended d
d enjoyed themselves immensely, c
istenint to .the reading of the April C
ols, some comic and some "Oh, how ~
ve sick." They were opened and ~
ead by Miss Jennie Brawley and Dr.
I. H. Harrison. After the reading of
he April feols, we were entertained -
vith some delightful music by Mrs.
dcCormick on the piano and Miss
allie on the guitar. Too nlnch
raise cannot be given Mr. andi Mrs.
cormick for the pleasures of the
vening. We were sorry indeed when
he time for parting came. 1
Mr. E. H. Harrison, who has been
~ttending Vanderbailt University,
ashville, Tenin , is at home on vaca
Mr. J. W. Seigler, of Winnsboro,
ecently spent several days in Long
Mrs. Jane Weir, of East Wateree, is
risitig~ her daughter, Mrs. James .
stewart. -. t
Re. J. E. Jones, who delivered his
iret ermon at the Longtown Baptisti
hurch the 3rd Sunday in March,
rached a splendid sermon from the
~ollowing text: "He that being often
~eproved hardeneth his neck, shall I
addenly be destroyed, and that with
)ut remedy." Prov. 29th chapter, 1st
Mesr. Crawford and Owens, of1
Yinnsboro, were in Longtown the
irst of the week buying cattle.
S. H.. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was
robled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism
his Stomach was disordered, his Liver was
ff~ced to an alarming degree, appetite
rell away, and lie was tertibly reduced in
fesh and strength. Trhiee bottles of Elec
tric littrs curedjumi.
Edward Shepherd, larrisbug, Ill., inad a
running sore on his le'g of eight years'
~ta'idg Used three boattites or Electric
Bitters and seven .boxes oft Uuelen's Ar
..ca salve. and his leg is sound and well.
John Speaker. Gatawba, 0., had five large'
envr sore's on his leg, doctors said he
was inurable. One bottle Electric Bitters
nd one box lluckien's Arnici salve cured
hin etirel3. Said by McMaster & Co. *
Ch~iidren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Burial Cases and Caskets.
TIE UNDEIRSIGNED) has a full
line o 'he latest designs in
BURI, CASES MID CASKETS.
at moderate prices. Orders filled
promptly, night and (day, at .he old
stand. Thankful for past patronage,
I ask for~ a share of it in future.
Hearse furuished when ordered.
i1Gt T. M. IFLLtOTT. SR.
Standing on the ++
ee Threshold of Spring.
I have already opened up some very handsome new
Dress Patterns, with a lot of large Pearl Buttons to match.
Also a beautiful assortment of Silk Waisit Goods.
My line of White Checked Muslins are very cheap and
attractive this season.
Charles We have a nobby line in this department.
H eser'S There is much to admire in my stock of
Fine Ladies', Misses' and Children's Slippers;
FW0aot all of which are the very best makes.
GENT5' FURNISHING GOODS.
Here you will always find the most complete line in the
Boro. Gentlemen, don't fail to look at my line of Pants.
'he assortment is undeniably fascinating. They are down
o the low water mark in price. I have a great manyddds
ind ends in Winter Suits, at prices less than the cost of the
:loth. great many novelties in Hats for spring wear.
1MPROE YOUR PEMONAIL APPEARNCE.
Wait for my grand opening in Glothing. If you have
>ought already I will make you sick. You must remember
:hat the tariff is a thing of the past.
An inspection of my stoek incurs no obligation to pur
J L. MIMNAUGH.
2. D. WILLIFORD, - - M pgr.
T H E Narrow in Tread.
BEST Light in Weight.
BICYCLE Beautiful in Finish.
VIADE was christened as
W. D. GASH COMPANY,
lquitable Building. Southern Representatives,
Send for Catalogue. Atlanta, Ga.
Apply for agency.____________
R EW ARD. SHERIFF'S SALE.
the captre and dvfor STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
e Sheriff, of Reuben Perry, convict, -coUNTYr OF FAIRFIELD.
bo escaped from the chain gang On_ Carrie _S. Milster vs._ Jehn B. Clark,
rat -DY virtue of an exeontion to me
B. G. TENNANT, Udirected in the above ontitled
4-9 f xlm Cointy Supervisor, case, I have levied upon and will sell
AD~iNSTRAION.before the Court House door in ?inns
LETTERS OF hD1[TA1N ero, S. C., en the
sTATE OF soUTH CAROLINA, FISMNDYNMA
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. netthfolwgdscidprety
y S. R. JOHNSTONEsq., JTudgeProbate. Alta icpre rtato
HEEsH. H. Jennings bath made lnstaei h onyo ar
sitome to grant him letters offelcnaig
dministration with will annexed of the TREHNRDADTET-I
state and effects of sarah H. McCants,Acemrorlsadbuedy
dhs are, therefore, to cite and admon- ad o rfrmryo onJ
hi a and singular the kindred and cred-Nesn.fubnBladejmi
rs of the said sarah H. McCants, de.Clucnedtoi.A.lakb
iased, that they be and appear beforededoW.HKrC.CPofai
ie, in theCourt of Probate, to be held at
airfield Court House, s. C., on the 23rdCony fFarildtd7h F -
ay of April after publication here- ay 81 frsadtato adi
', at 11 o'clockr in the forenoon, to show stae nTwsi o n nw
ise, if any they have, why the said ad-asterederc.
.inistration should not be granted.LeiduoasteppryofJh
Given under my hand, this 8th day of B lr ttesi fCri .Ml
pril, A. D. 1895. S. R. JOHNSTON, ser
4-9-2 Judge of Probate. TemofSl-ah
CLER'SxLE.thei' folice, d scrbe proprty
Aillsboro SieC, prel or 189c.o
Company Limite, agaiftieldC S taining CRLIA
indivduall andasHEEs- CUNDREDOANDATWENTE-SI
W. ~V. Brice, asnsurvivorrofotherly SR.JHNTOFq.Pof ItJhn J.
fir ofCarener BrcelinryIeRn, HEben BL ARR Beain
N. Oear Atorny, nO uli Clou~de suneye to m to grant himle
Robertson.deed of ad.nitraio K errC. n.oP. of taid
estteundffct of rfenrld 'r, dtFe
[Nrparsuance1.fAfnrerder ofatheoceased is
CurtofComonPles, adinhsitae, nTheownshi to. cit and adnown
Vinnboro S. ., e thedeas Aed e t a ct. eadapa e
Loevie, ipn the roerty of robaet
FIRS MONAY I MAY Be hldr at Fthfel ut Hourre, S. Mil
iex itinthelealhors f al, T ntems3of daye-C l.ash ubi
flE' SA E. parel rGiven unde myfhice, thi C.h ayo
,lat~uionof and lyngbeig i rhnnoom.C.ilni 1895.
TAE of South CAroia eOtINA, 4-6tdude fPrbae
URTEE OFUCOM EO ACES -________
e ortiss, and Amneican thMortg
)ompanyfJ C.itd ganst nd ThmC.ESTNAD
D gas,et bniiuy ado has us-* .* .
W.. urie, ohs~ suivo r DURAthe
N.Obar ttony andeo Jlia R.pe
[Nt purslans of Dan ordver of ahe
sbLk Cr of Jon Pes moae,: in 1[ AICB D
ei thoe sated case, oI will ofse for
sIe, g~ beoe the Cout dHyofeuse dor, n bigtesadadrmd o h
Linnbor, t .hC. D e t hc srcre mn ueo hen -
ext, within he legaushods offsaleta
018." outcryu to the andiPhtents.iIter,
Price isacueedoalarpa bottlecor or
la etahi of thed plying, beingy toando iv olr.Or 0pg~l
i etuate in ah , nt e arilanid pltetrob~ .Ades
'H ho renisS old wth eae t py D. Rn~ OHNST ig.,roathe Je:to
to~~ o th purca. mneyin Er.TEyAct HEiRY an eAse thath
he~ hm ad ho iteho blesingran hi e
sumofon hnded dolas iti ter of ad ii ton dAe bonu Doof tS.
Clerateatnthefclcte of theryiw.ingrr, ae
in asoffaiuretodo o, heCleT oeare, Atef, Aoctant Gadn
shall iimediatelydrsselluthe premisedred-and
wit hreditors therhorderdfHomrykW.oPrrr,
Th prcasr o ayfoal eceasd,. thaVIthD Abeaneae
be.el aIFiried CurNHusG.S..
',Vuuub~r . C, A rio6,189.h e t of Aprtoti.afe puh
40Gdven undemy. hand, thisy 27thdyo
Please Call at the Corner Store.
We have some Winter Dress Goods, Clothing, Shoes, &c., which we wish
to exchange for a few
COME - AND - SEE - THE - GOODS.
That will give you a good stand in your garden and make fine vegetables, will
arrive in a few days.
ONION SETS NOW IN STORE.
SEED IRISH POTATOES NOW IN STORE.
We think we have the best Irish Potato that grows. We have tried them
nd have quettioned many others who have also grown them. The verdict is,
they are the best. Potato nearly round, skin red, meat white and cooks dry;
earlier than the Early Rose; is more productive and keeps well. Try them
nd give us your opinion. Respectfully,
S. M. BEATY & BRO.
One Ton Cotton Seed. Meal
For 375 Lbs, Middling Cotton, Payable in the Fall.
This is the offer we are now making, and we desire to call the attention of
armers to the cheapness of Cotton Seed Meal at present as compared with
ommercial fertilizers. Taking, the Clemson College valuation of ammonia
t 13c. and 15c. per lb., respectively, in cotton seed meal and in mixed
ertilizers, phosphoric acid at 5c. and potash at 5c. per lb., we have tke fol
Cotton Seed Meal-Analysis, 8j per cent ammonia, 2j per cent phos./
acid, 1j per cent potash. Commercial value at Charleston with
freight to Winnsboro.........................--- ...... .$29.20
omnmercial Fertilizers-Analysis, 3 per cent ammonia, 8 per cent phoc.
acid, 1j per cent potash. Value at Winnsboro... ............$21.40
The above shows a difference of $7.80 per ton in favor of cetton seed
neal over high grade fertilizers, and yet we are selling cotton seed meal for
ess than you can buy standard fertilizers.
3-7-1m FAIRFIELD OIL & FERTILIZER CO.
Headquarters for Millinery.
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
Elats in all the latest shapes. A large stock of Ribbons, Fancy Feathers, Birds
nd Tips. Fancy Pins, Buckles, Velvets, Silks, Crepes and other goodsper
aining to this department. As we have a large stock of these gooda which
ust be sold in season, we have marked .our prices on them down. Now is
'our time to come and buy at J. 0. BOAG'S.
->Staple Dry Goods3s<
- . ove ty an oi Coo rs Uos vrlons
styles and material, with Trimmings for same.
Fancy Goods and Notions as low as the lowest.
Come and,ee for bargaine at
shoes, Hats and other goods usually found in a general merchandise store to
e found at J. O. BOAG'S.
Furniture, Sewing Machines, Cooking Stoves, Organs, Buggies, Surreys,
Road Carts, and One and Two-horse Wragons.
S~ J. Q. 3coag.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
~OUTHERN RAILWAY CO..
(EASTER~N sYs5*ilt) W i jndow
* ~ Shades.
lastern Time at Goumbia n Ps6. North.
Northbound, No 34 No 36 ioNoS -3
Mch. 17. 1895. Dfly Daily ily y C m iigN~eos
Ro Jcksov......10.23 7.23 p... 7.2..p
r Chalott . .....10 . .p
Dantville....-t sanda .2st Poppu2.00n
RChmreon..... .0 a 6.85p.gs...0...
"r CouWashntn.. .451 9~.8 . 6....a
" oatmore. ...... 1..00a1. 6 3. 00
SPhildelpa. 8.p 3.008 ~a 3.00 p ________
-- iNY or...... 9.15 6.23 a .2O a 6.01 p
southbountd. Ds~ Dhu Day lauuorpoitgep pt
,v.Ne York..... -3.0p .25 12.15 nt 3
" Baltimoe... .d .294 a suppy20
avWashington..... 10.0 1101 101104
a.R tmond......0 112.0 pi1.3 DOW.0
p-hrlotte........ .4a1.5 11 .0 1 .0 a s W O E
" hdelph....... 9.56 a1.25n 12.25010 .17 a oubi 4~
atisore... 18.37 9 .4 1.1 91.20 anacuus.Sv
.RClmia.....12.40 ajl2.20 ni2.20 n12.20 a
Ev. vli.5 .. ..-- - .55 - -.. 5.40p
Rockumbia........ 4.206 1 . a
W C lston....... 11.40 2.20 a 220... 12.20 p 1 2
rv.Columbia.........p.3a.... . 12A0p -
u-.Santna........3..4a....... . 345 p
"J acsnille.....7.5 . 25 .... . 7.00 p
Nos.Ag3 anda3....Y...and..Fla. Shor L.30 Lpm
te.Cuman 4 S inpc. 6inr3 cas "0nd
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