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W. A. LESLEY,
'PICKENS C. H., S. C.
HAS JUST RECEIVED A BEAU
b.rUL STOCK OF
GENfS FANCY BOWS,
DRUGS, &c., &c.
Aid, evoything usnally hept in
ily line, will bo Esold cheap f,,r
W. A. LESLEY.
Oct 5, 1876 5
S NEV ADV 14itISEMENTS.
S i[1Per day to Agents !-Best,
$5 ::> $1USelling Goods! lIA.I & Lu
nI:r(Aut, 107 Liberty street, Nw York.
5 40i,t& W eek to Agens SanpeR
$5 r e F 1)E. . 0. vicKl"ly,
Auigiluta, NIi no.
A gents-'Four $10 Cromos Free. .1. M.
.MUNYON & CO., IP iladei piia, Pa.
AGENTS WANTED I
A completa Ilistory of A ndersonvi lle Pris
on,, I R-R.StvoAjp, SUrgeou in chargo,
."000jn nppenlix containing the names of
Uition- sotdiets *ho died thevo, with
pitwild fealls@0 of death. Sent oui receipt of
$3 00. .A spICnlid Campaign book.
TviNmtT Borit.:s, Balhimore, Md.
Highest Pireuum at tle Centemnial Awar.
ed to the
aa'b MaItting Maclaine !
Enits a Stocking in 15 Minutes.
Knitting in the heel and nwrowing off the
the omtplete: knlts all sizes; nrr'ows andi
t4erWWh4Niglp4ile, or Ribbed. Pro.
dpon llVarichaesa.f Knit Apparel. Send
f u!.nis antf'smple stooking.
LANIBI KNITTING MA(CIINE CO.,
C4iO4oe Faills, Massg.. or Philadelphia,_Pa.
USE NoNE BUT TIIE
1 ' E R IL L
2.is the Original and Only, Reliable
Paint Mixved Realy for Use.
It iv teo niost Jublei. th Handiil(somesCt anud
most 9O0.jtficid paint made. Send for sample
card, with' test imoniahls from owners of the
fast,residetnces in the country. For sale in
cvery' Bection oft he count ry.
AVER[LL CHEMICAL4 PAINT 00.,
82 thirling Slip, New York Oily.
The Quly Oentennial Medali for' a prepared
paint was award"ed us.
caetennaikf 'Reduct ion Ia~a
$3 250.40 worth of Newspupe'r Advertising,
at prAiishers schteduale rates, giveni for $700,
and a th ree mnonths rote acceptedi in payrrent
fr'om Adiertisers of recspoisibilit.f. A Print ed
List, giving Name, Character, Actual Daily
andl Weekly circualation, and scheduiel rat es of'
Ad1vertisinig, sent fr'ee to any address. Apply
to (G EO. P. ROW E LI4 & CO., Newvspauper
'Advertising Agents, 41 Park iRow, New York'
Nov 2. 48761 . * 4
Homestead and Exemption.
'NTOT ICE is he reby given' that Mr's. Mar'iah
.J9EItnfe widow"of the late J. Mad
(den Gambrell, has up >lied to mue to have a
limesteadi ero *oih ef rand children out
of lie property of hier hat e huasband.,accori'n Iu
to an'act of t he Gene'ral A ssembly ofttheState of'
$0outhi Cartoina, approved Fb'er22d, 1873,
tnd the samel( will hbe heaird in my office at
Pdokuntsw Cour4t House on 25th day of Novem..
I. H.; PHIILPOT, J.r.r.o.
Oct 26, 1878 8 4
f (i4~ndlersigned1have now on hand and
Lfor sale. 200;,000 BR iCKS, one fonetLh
mile fr'ti'Depot;'at*Lilier'ty Station. S. C.
TERM80VAsii-.narter' will 'e taken.
IILCOM lE & ST1ANSELL,.
Oct5, 18761 > . m
,-5 TillS POP ULTARY fIOUSE~ Ia convTeniently
lgentede th Depot; Roonze W.ell f'urnished
And (h table supplied 'with Ilho best in the
mnarket. Board reasonable.
*!OoA$I'yanee furnished -to Table Rock,
Casar's Head, or any other point whicht
p ismay wish to,visit.
CLYD)E & AMOTES,
'March 80, 1878 80 (ime
AP ILICATION hasq been marde to I. H.
Philpot, Esq., Judge of Probate for
Pickens County, for leave to mauke a Finual
settleen),o~pf the Estate of Heury Iienidricks,
deceased, 6n Friday, the 17ti (lay of Nove11
ber' 3est, a,nd be discharged therefrom as Ex.
outors gf said Ette.
"''JOflTN M. JIENDRICKS, I
.S *SNDIC 'E'o
Look Out for tkq hIyIBtf
The undersign d ofter t 6eir entire STOCK
OF 0001)8 at coUt and cartiege. Their stock
Glassware, &., & Cutlery,
If you Want more Goods for the some
mey, you will have to go to N6w Iiork or
some other tmrket, as we are determined to
close out our stock at the lowest possible
Come and be convinced. Examine for your
selves and you will see that we mean business.
Sidr All persons indebted to us will please
call and settle, as we desire to closo up our
business by the 1st of December.
Oct 2(', 1875 8 t f
I.ts on all who purchase tickets in the
OItAND EXTrA DRAWINU, .Monday De
cembler 4, 4876,4 7 ?
Louisiana State Lottery Com
Thi. Itiiution was regularly incorporatedI
b)y thle Legislatuire of thle tstate for Eduication.
al purposes in 1868, wit hIa Capital of $1,(00,,
008, to which It has since added a reserve
fund of $350.000. Its Grand Single Number
DawlirigI will take place monthlyt The sensi
of 1876 closes witi the following slhemes :
Ca11pital 11rize, *t$5)0,000.
Only 20,000 fickete at $20 each. Fractions
LIST OF PRIZES.
I Capital Prize, $50,000
I Capital Prize, 20, 000
I Capital Prize. 10 000
10 PizeM at $1,000, 10,000
25 Prizes at 500, 12,00()
100 Prizes at 800, ;311,000
200 Prizes at 100, 40,000
00) Il'rizes at 100, 50,000
2,000 Prizes at. 20, 40,0Q0
APPROXIMATION PRIZES.- i
Id Approximation Prizes of $300 2,700
9 Approxiuaion Prizes of 200 1,600
9 Approximat ion Prizes of 100 000
2,865 Prizes amounting to 268.900
Write for circulars or send orders to CIAS.
T. HOWARD, New Orleans, La.
will Fist llegular Quart erly D)ollar Dranw
ing withe phicO Onl .1anuary 2. 1877.
Tickets $1 each. Capital Prize $15,000.
Nov 9, 1876 1. 41
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR.
PICKE:Ns C. II., S. C,, Nov. 6, 1876.
r II E~ following T1'iIA CT1S 0OR PA [CE LS O
ILA ND. forfeited to the State for not'
payment of t axes in 1872, will be offeredl fir
sale at Public Auction, by lhe Counity T'reas
uarer of' Pickens, on the 30th1 day of' Noevenmber,
Keese and McCulley, 7ll acres
Marth a lell, 1 2 neces
Ann TI. E. Reed, 810 acres
Samuel Maverick's Estate 2.926 acres
ALONZO M. FOLGAEll,
Nov 9, 1870 18 3
STATE OF SO UTIi C A ROLI NA
CouNTY oF PICKEN8.
IN PROB3A TE COU RT.
Andrew J. Cothran Plaintiff, against William
J. Cothirani, Joseph N. Cothran, Beonjam in
F. Cothjran, M . E. Cothran, Elizi CothIiran,
Mahala Suttles, Mary Dodson, .Jane Dur
harm, Rebecca McKintney, Thomipson WV.
Tolleson andl others.
CeMPL..NT ORo Pan(TITION AND SALE: OF REAL
11I will sell at Pickens ('ourt llouse( Onl
Saleday ini D'ceumber next, the l E A L ES
T1'A TI'E of Sanmu el W. CothIiran, d ecesea
One Tract of Land lying and being in the
County and State a foresaid, being Tract No.
2, containing 49 acres more or less, adjoin
ing lnds of R. F. MIorgan, J . 1. lIe'rd, Tract
No 1 anid others. Sold for Part it ion, &c.
TERl MS-On) a credit of 12 months, with
interest from date, except so much as tnay be
niecossary to pay costs of these proceedings.
Purchasers to give bond and mnort gage of the
p)remuiies to secure the purchase money. Also,
to paiy extra for t itles' and a oiltgage.
J. RIL EY FERlG USON, s.r, .
Nov 9, 187o 10 4
STAT.E OF SOU til CAROLINA.
Martha A. Steelo and Susan M. Alexander
against D). M. Alexandler Administrator
anid L. N. Robins, Execuator.
BY) virtue of an order from lIis Hon. T. IH
1)Cooke, Judge of the 8th~ Judicial Circuit,
to me directed, 1 wvill sell to the high est bid,
dter. on Saleday in Decemiber next, the follow
ing PROPElRITY, to wit:
'n# iTrat. -of "Eand 'situate n .Piake'ns
County, oni watemrs of' 'on t Siin~g -20
acres more or less, adjoining lda of.
andl othlers, L;evied on as the property of'
Hlardin Price, deoaamsed, at the suit, of M\arthia
A. Steele and Susan M. Alexander.
TERIMS CASI--Purchaser.s to pay extra
J. RILEY FERGUSON, 8.P.c.
Nov 0,1876 10 4*
LTL persons hiaving Dee-ds, Liens or Mort,,
I1gages, in my ofHoco, will nc'anse come
lorwardl and take themn ou t, as I dlesire to have
all my huisiness ini .he oflice fin ishied tip when
moy termi expires; besides I ne-ed the money
for recording eame.
53. D. ! EITII, e.c.r. & C;. s.
N'ov 2, 1866 * 9 -
The State of South Carolina.
, N wM AT cPLIUlS.i
Baylis , Manhell, Fletcher Nansell, Camilla
Hfendricks ankd husband James B Ifendricks
Jinie Brswell, Robeit B ]Bo*0e, Wm A
Clyde, l1eulry ( Briggs, Tiomnafs W Russell
Orlando C Folker and others-Defeudants.
COMPLAINT VoR RELIEF, &O.
B)Y virtue of a decreetal order, made by the
. lon. T. 11. Cooke, Judge of the Eighth
Jndieial ercuit; on the 18rb day orJuly,
A.- P (876, each and every 'of-the heirs at
law of Tinsa Emma Johnson, formerly Tin
sa Err ma 'Manselt, -If any there be other
than the Plaintiffs above named in this ac
tion, are hereby sumnionetl and rQquired to
appear before tle Clerk of this Court, iden
tify therselves, nd establishtheir claims to
the funds to be distributed, herein on or be
fore the 21st- day of July. A. D. 1877, or
fore ver be dbarred of all bbnefit under the
decree for distribution to be rendered in this
,0mo , under moy l1ind 6yd Mflco at-it
Pickens, this the 15(h day of July A. D.
1870s. - -
S, D- KEITH,
Clerk of Court of Commou Pleas for
Pickens County, S. C.
July 20. 1876 46 ly
AGENTS I Our large life-like Steel En
Z ravingFj of the Presidential
31AKE Candidate sell rapidly. Send
for cirdular. N. Y. Engraving
$18 a day Co., 35 Wall St., 1:>x3236, N.Y.
QTAMERING cured by Bates' appliances.
k For description, &c , addrqs* 6A.MkoN &
Co., Fox 5076, New York.
Livry. ani - 1 S&C tab1lose
Parties desiring to hire conveyance to
Pickens Court IIouse, Table Rock and othei
points, can be accommodated at my Stables,
at all hours of the day and night. Pur
chasers can also be supplied with Good Stock
AikU Regular 'Mail Line to Pickens Court
house daily. (Sunlays excepted.)
RICIHEY & WYATT.
Easley Station, S. Q., Aug, 3, 1875.
Dr. R. J. G1ililand
IIAVI NG retumrned and permanently loca
Sted at Pickensville, resn'ectfully off rs
his Professional services to the cit izenis of that
e init aId suirOLound ing counutry',. Chage
Wo are now prepared to furnish permanent situa
tions for a large number of persons, male and female
who are ~ u fF o kI IPartieu
lars sent free on application. Address, with stamp,
SoUTHERcN CO-OPERATIVEi Co., Nashville, Tenn.:
$ Pl'l WEER guarauteed to Agents
'Jlale anud Fermiale, in theai r localIty.-.
Il'ermsv and ()UTF'IT FIIEE. Address
P.' (. VIG KEllY & CO., Augusta, Mle
How Lost, How Restored!
Just published, a new edlition of Dr. CUL
V EILWELL'S (Clebrated Eissay onl the radi
cal cure (withlout medicine) of Spermator
rhoa or s,eminal Weakness, Involuntary Se
miinal Losses, Impotency, alental and Physi
cal incapacity, Imnpedi ments to Mlarriage, etc;
also, Consumption, Epilepsy and I its, in
duced by self-indulgence or sexual extrava,
R4 Price, in a sealed envelope, only six
The celebrated authlor, in this admirable
Essay, clearl-y decmonst rates, fji-om a thtirty
years' successful i raci ice, ihat (lie alarmuing
consequlences of self-abusec may be rad ically
cured withlouat lie (hingerous use of internal
meidic ine or thie app icat ion of (lie kiife; poin t
ut~ out a mnode of cure at once simaple, cr
nini, and effect ual, by means of which every
sufTerer, nto matteri w Imit hiis condit ion may
be, may Cure himsnuelt cheapley, privately, anid
Senut r uder seal, in a liin envelope, to
aIny address, post. paid, on receipt of six cents
or t oro Rtalps.
Address the PubmlisIhers,
F. I#R U G MAN & SON,
41 Ann St., New York; Post Offce Box, 4586
July 20, 18'76 40
The Greatest Discovery of
DR. TOBIAS' VENETI4N LINIMENT.
Over 29J years before the puiblic. Wiarrant
ed, or thie money returned, to cure Dysenter,
D)iarrhien, Co,li-, Spasms, Cr-ouip, and Vomit
ing~, -tak.en interually. ,PertectIy ininocen,
see onfhI with each hot tle; and Ohronic Itheu
mantism. Swellings, Sprains, Bruisca, .fains in
lhe Limubs, Back and chest, externally. Not
a bottle has ever beent returned, although
millions are sohi annualy. Pr'ide, 60 cente.
D)r. TlOIUAS' II0118E LINIMECNT,' i 'int
Boilies, is (lie best in the world for the cure
of Lamuneness, Old Sores, Sprains, Colic, and
D)istemper. Price, $1.00. Tobias' Derby
Condlitioni Powders are superior t > any others,
or no pay. They allay Pever, Purify the
Water, Soften (lie skin, give a Ane coat, and
in prove the A ppetite. Price, 25 cents. Per
fectly innocent, as 00ol. D. McDaniels, who
has seen the recipe Ie' tifies to, as well as the
I.iniment. lIe has some of' the Fastest Run.
nling Ilorses in the world. Thousands of cer
tificates have been u4%elved, i peaking in hlgli
terms of the above medicines. Sold bf1ve'
Druggists. LlPP MAN BRLOS, 8avannah,
ia day at home. Agents wanted. Out
. har.-l terms free, True & Co,Aus
$5 toM2Q per day at h.ome. Samples worth
$1 free. Stiuson k C'o., rt ad .Ma ;
Only $1.50 a Year
Every man inth C ouny a
Sh OULD BE A SU BSCIBEIt
Etvery ma:n who)( has ever liv.i
here and has nioved(
SIIoULD BE A SUBSCRIBER:
IT FURNIShIES ALL
I T C1R C U L ATLS8
Lar'gely in the adjo:iig Couint ies,
and to sotne extent in Western
Nort h Carolina !
AND IS, THElEFOlIE,
For the Pickens Sentinel I
Kn the Pickens~ Sentinel !
I take this method of lnfor'mlng my friends
'hat I will be found in my office on each
RATURD)AY, for the purpose of transacting
ny business that comes under my Jurisdio
As my duties as School Commissioner will
comrpel me to be absent in different parts of
L.he county, I ma,ke this special appointmenit
for the beneiL of all concerned.
R. A. BOWEN,
na&25.To "- - ' oa Commisioner.
FPlIE Scholastic ye'r is divide( into two
'Terms of 20 weeks each. The First Term
eamenow si(uary L7th, and ends Juie .4
th seonnd TetfM comnenoeis July 4th, pn'
ends November 18th.
Students entering within t(1o weeks after
the commencement of the Terms, will be
charged for the .whole Term; those enterhig
after this time, from the tine of eitering.
It is more satisfactory that. Students eliter
at the comniencement, when the sveral
classes are forhAiing,
Course of Study.
1st 'iernij-;Sp9l1ing and Roftdin g.
2d Term-Spelling and Reading cont inuvd
Primary Geography; Mental Ar.ithjxic,
Exercises in' Writing.
Ist Term-Spelling and Realing contimil:
Geography Montiiued; Int roducing English
Oramnimar; Elements of Written ArithM etic;
Exercises in Writing.
2d Term-Spelling and Reading c ontintied;
Elements of Written Arithmetic completed,
Intermediate Geograiphy comipleted; Anailyt
ical English Gratirmar; Primary U. S. His
tory; Exercises in Writing.
1st Term-English Gramm1ar completed; Phy,
sical Geography; Goinmoni School Arithce
tic; Towns Analysis of* Wor(ds;
2d Tern-Greene's; Atalysis of English
Language; Arithmetic continued; Sailer
Comipositioni; Hiigher U. S. Hlistory.
Ist Term Lil in Grainimar i aId 1I1arkne.4s' Firts
Latin Book: Latip Reader; Davies' Algebra;
Hiistory of' EnIgland.
2d Termu-1'our Books of Cttsa; Arn-told's
secon(l Latin Book on Analysis of the Latin
Senieice; Greek Grammar; Kendrick's
Greek Ollendorff; Greek Ite:ider; )avies'
Algebra completed; Natural Philosophy.
Ist Term-Six Books of' Virgil; ref k
Reader completed; Plaii Geoimetly; Hiigher
Comlipositionl and Rhetoric.
21 T-ern-Sallust 's Catalinle & Jilgillrtha;
Xenoplion's Aiabasis; f1iv4er Algeaehl'
com1111iNenCed; Solid alid Spherical Guoine
try completed; Chemistry.
1st .Tern-Cicero's Select Orations; Xeiophons
Memnoranbili.a; Trigonomietry and Suirveying;
Roatnn listory; Latin Pro'e Coilposiio.ll
21 Term-10-:LCOe ltire: -SiX 10ooksi of HIe
Iliads: Greek Prose Gomlpobition; Algebra
[he atove co e will prepm1:e can
did,atos for adimission into the Suino
MORE CL.kss of any of ()Iur. Sothe
Colleges. Stolen ts, w ho dlo not st and(
aL salt.ifactory exam;I iina tion iip[on tihe
several studie ls of (eah class, wi'll nta
be0 allowed t,ho privilege to ad vanlce to(
Ihe next higheraca, but, be r'etnained int
suchl class, till all the studiesi of it be
LUITIoN OF Poit.u lY DI:i.upAI', NT
Jutnior' Class, - - 800
futerm'iaediate Class, - - 12.5)
No (deduCtoa n wvil be tmade for' lo
time except tfaa r<)n progon l si'(i.s
dy', will bed funishe~d paren'etts.
J. 1I. CA R LJI:3LFE. Pr~,inc(ipanl
Dec. 23, 1875 17 if
Fits and E pilepsy:
POSITIV ELY CUIGE).
The worst, cases of theo longest sisantlinag, by
usiang Dr. B' e asn.m aais Cure.
It hnas Cured Thousandm
tal will give $1,000Ot for' a case it will nlol
hcuit. A haot,le senit tfree to tall aIdtresstin'
.1. E- l)IBB3LE, Chemist, Office. 1355 Broada
way, New York.
SHUN .DRUG POISONS.
NEn~:aicuN an aNname; : ai uaEa,aEss.
are indorasedl by thle imost eminient phaysicianii
in thle wo(rld for the curec of' rhlenaaaaism,
taeouralgia, li vet' compluainti, dy's pep,i :, k iney'
diseaise, aches, pa ins, n erv ous d i.sorder's, fis
'emale cornplainuts, nervoaus andiL geinera:l de
bility, and oc her cihron ic diseaases of the chest,
hmead. liv er, st omanch, kidnteys and blood.
t ook with Ii ull partticultars free by Volita Belt
Bo, Ci ncinina; i, 0.
ME TROPOLITAN W 0 R K S,
CANAL ST., VItoM SIXTH 'rO SEVa-;rta,
RIClhMOJVD, : : VJR GINJA.
Portable and Stationary,
Saw MIills, Grist Mills, Boilers, Casnings of
lriass and Iron, F'orgings, &c.
A RC (III EC TUPRA L~ E IR?ON WonH K,
In all its brantcites don e by ex per'itncedl has and s
JIPROVED PORT7IABI,L ENINE> fotr
8.'parat ors, Grist. MIills, &c. A numbtaer of
second-hIania Entgines and U3oileras of' various
patr,int first rate or'der', on haiand,
Repair work s9licitedh. fat pr'omaptiy done.
W M. E. TANKER & CO.
Oct 14, 7 'l
Se'na/or-IR E Bowen.
Repr'esenltatire--) F Bradti(ley.
C7lerk of C'our---R (a Keith,
.Judge of P) olate-I H IPhil pot.
Shr,if?-.J Rileyv Ferguson.
,School Commissaoner-R A Bowen
Tr'eaurer-W IVA Iesley.
Auditor--Alorzo Mi Folger.
County~ Commisionerr--Johan T set
Chairmain-Rort Craig, C \I '.ynach. ClerkI
County Commissioners, C L IIolliangswothI.
lubrity, --- ---(Cntral, James)c A
Liddell-ickmn ?' II, C t Iloli:. wo.
CHA#L .WJA ON cof .,d. 18, 1876. -
On and it rW ,91 4e ber 19, ihe
Pisoe)ger 1raWde- 6 thq,%*8*h C6r
Ltailroad will run as folo
FOR CQLyiI .
Leave Charleston .
Arrive ut Columbia
Leave- Charlesion 1 6 ~ 9
Arrive at Augusta M
Leave Columbia ..& a
Arrive at Charleston 4 4 m
Loave Augusta 9 00
Arrive at Charleston , 4 45 p
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRES&.W
Leave Charleston 9
Arrive it Columbia 7 20 aim
Leave Columbia 7 00 p m
Arrive at Charleston 6 40 a M
- AUG!USTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leavo -Charleston 8 00 p a
Arrive at Augusta 7 40 .p
Leave Agu&st 8 80 p n
Arrive at Charleston 7 40 a m
Leave Suninierville at 7
Arrive at Charlieston 8 45 &,z
Leave Gharleston - 8 1 p
Arrive at Summnerville 4
Connects at Kingville daily [except Sun4
daysj with Up and Down Day and Passenger
Day and Night Trains connect at Auists
with Georgia 1ailroad, Alnoon aud AugUsta
llialroad and Central Railro-kd. .This vputo
vin Atlanta is the quickest and raost dtr'bt,
route, and111 as coiifortable and oliaep as any
Ot her route, to Montgomery, Selma, Mobile,
New Orleans, and all other points Soshwfest,
and to Leuisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, 89.
Louis. and all other points West and Nort
Day Train connects at. Columbia. with t
'I'hrough Train on eiarlottee lioad'(AIc
leaves at 9 p. m.) for all points North.
Night Train connects with Local Traia
[which leaves Columbia at 8 a. m. for poin'ts
oil clailotte load.
L:ireis Railroad Train connects atNe*,
herry on Tuesdays,. Thursdays and Satur
Up coliobia Night Train connects closely
with the Greenville and columbia kallrod
8. S. 'OLOONS, Superintenden,
S. B. PInEss, General Ticket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R l.
CH ANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Pnssenger trains run daily. Sundays epcept
el. contneering with i night trains en South
Caro linia Ritilroatd up and down. On and att
er J/onatl:y. D)ecemrber 13, the followiug* will
be the Schedule:
Let ve Columblial at 74
Leave Alston at .6ai
Leave Newberry at . 1.8a
Lav e C'ok esbury at .0
ArrTive at (reenville at .6pi
l.CaVi. C u'enilleat7.05 a rn
L''ae J~'l IOil t 9.40 a ia
IWAVCt'k~tty 1.0. a ir
,jc:tc A4"herl at2.0 an
l,e'ivt~A I.'.iiat3.50 p tu
A tuve t c,iij,iaat.5.55 p m
LeveBeio atlitt 'oth(lrlu,C.
li'leave Al ltejlit9.5Zin,cnd1
Arrie aut Coi at 5.55pIt, o:ec n wit Tr.
'l;iitConne (hiia. Aston it Tain ion Thely
Sp)t:n-anhur;:iu~y and riia ; conect at
(4kColubi th Nightj Iainso on the Souith Ca
oli" lTiirIoad uprand Greenvile. withe TAir a
heo'ill,.r at nd o'outh p.i.onneChairglote (C
ina bi a an,11 l unitaian he W h i o ,CC
J 1)1mV SIOi lN. i
Tnu leavAhheilell.1 atm.00 oredf
eveuery al I.c: at., conetig4it a pn
,iiV un fom Clinnhia. Accmmdaio Tain
Coke 'erry at 8.85am, ronte ria et
Aie ow Tanoin Grenvi0e L ave At
L.eave Walhalla ait8.0p
lyae P eryvil at 46
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