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The Russians Storm and Carry Lovatz
LONDON, Sept. 4.-An official Rus
sian bulletin, issued at St. Petersburg,
announces that Generals Meretinksy
and Skobeloff assaulted and carried
Lovatz yesterday, killing and cap
turing many Turks.
The Times' leading article of yes
torday and to day, are devoted to
showing the noodlessness of the pros
out war, its oxcessivo cotilines in
men and money far outwoighiuig its
poasibility for good, and the danger
of eventual Russian failure, from all
of which the Times concludes that
the present moment is propitious for
intervention, and that Gormany and
England ought to take the initiative
to bring about a truce.
LONDON, Sept. 4.-The special cor%
respondent of the Daily News at Po
redin, under date of Septombor 1, tolo
graphs as follows: I rodo over the
battle field when the Porlisat affair
was over. The Turks left voy low
wounded, and only about 300 dead on
the field. Their losses could be bet,
ter judgod by the nmber of kniap
sacks with which the ground was
strewn. In front of' the Russian
trenches, half way between Perliat
and Zgaiinoe, the Turkish dead were
lying so close that they might have
shaken hands with the Russians lying
inside. It was a desperate attack
and a desperate resistanco. The at
tack seems to h)avo been well direct
ed. It was made so suddenly and
with such violence that the R ussian
redoubt was taken almost by surprise
the first time, 1t was mn faict taken
almost boforo General Zotoff know
the attack had bogun.
From a Russian point of vIow 1
look upon the whole system of fight
ing in fortificaitionis as a mistaken one;
it would have boen much better for
General Zotoff to have retreated and
drawn the Turks out into the open
country, where their inaptness at ex,
ocuting manwuvres on the field of
battle, would have put them at great
disadvantage with the well drilled
L(T.-A man named Joel B. New
ton, of about fifty years of age, and
an inhabitant of the corner of this
county, says the Anderson Intelli
gencer ot the 30th nilt., was commit
ted to jail in this p)lace last week
upon the charge of having commit-.
tedl a vile assault upon one of his
own daughters, and for having at
tempted to commit the same upon
another daughter. Newton was
originally from Pickens county, but
has resided at his present hmome for
fifteen or twenty years, and has been
a well to-do and kindly thought of
citizen during that period. His wife
has been a lunatic confined in the
Asylum for -some time since, but
there have been no indications of in-.
sanity on) is part..
General Grant's reluctance to leave
England for Franco grewv out of the
fact that he had been told that there
was no letter "w" in the French lan
guage, and where there was no "w"
there conld be no whiskey, of course,
be was finally pursuaded, though,
Ihat theq could spell it as old man
Weller did bis name-with a "v."
After the battle of Plovna, the body
of "a famous Circassian chieftain,
Prince RIubaninski, was found on the
fld, with a sabre of solid gold, hilt
DomeiIc mIagazineB--wAves who
blow nn their hnsbands.
~VSN CHInDBEN BOaN O. ONE
WOMAN m A YEAR.-Silia Mack, who
gave-b1rth0to five childrbn ai"a'birth
on Mr. A. E, Grogg's plantation. in
August last, gave birth to twins on
lash Saturday--a boy, and girl-who
aro living and doing well; the result
of her labors for ono year being four
boys and three girls-seven in all.
Dr. E. Miller ia our authority for this.
It is no sensational hoax. It is a
startling fact. We know of some
people who think seven children in
twonty-ono years a large number.
We fool for them in the nervous abook
which the above may caus.-Flor.
A Texas paper states that at a col
ored camp meeting near the town,
"the devil appeared with seven heads,
and a crown on each head. The
meeting broko up in a panic, tho
preacher boing tho first to run."
A Philadelphia judge decides that
a railroad company is not responsi
ble for baggage fiuthor than to check
it, pound it to pieces, and preserve an
ordinary watch over the trunk han
Another day has come and gone,
leaving na all older and wiser, but as
yet no communications have buon re
ceived indicating that any one bs
discovered a man who can drink ont
of a spring without getting the end
of his nose wet.
Dotroit Froo Pires: It was vory
closo. Postmaster Goncral Key was
reclaimed from sin liko a brand pluck
ed from the burning, only by a vote
of eight to seven.
M. Blano, t4e great gambler, who
was buried at Paris on the 11th ulti
mo, loaves a fortune of 817,000,000.
His will dovotes $40,000 to charities,
and paid $40,000 logacy duty.
Never put water on a burn. As
s0011 ts pos8ible apply oil, an1d let io
air come to the woun<d.
I NO A SMagnificent $650 Rose
P I AINO K)wood Pianos $176,
Cost $800 only $125, must be sold. Parlor
Organs, 2 stops, $45; 9 stops $065; 12 stops,
only $75. Nearly New 4 Set Reed 12 stop.
dub Bass & Oclne Coupler Organs, cost over
$350, only $55. Lowest pricces ever oif'ered
sent on .15 days test trial. You ask why 1
offer so cheap? I reply H-ard Times. Rtesult
sales over 1,000,000 annually. War corn
menced by monopolies. Bewaro anonymous
Circular. Write for explaniation. Battlo
raging. Full particulars freo. Addres
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
________ Washington, New Jersey.
TOIIADJD FK HI T H IvER
U LVER . MRHE*\3
-:r~49I - MER at3W
~ ((DMIL soususs.
,Fo aphltsaddress D u. SARD New YOrk.
2d a week in your own town. Terms and
~UU $6 outfit free. 1H. HALLHTT & Co.,
' EXTRA FiNE MIXED CARDS, with
Uname, 10 cents, post paid. L. JoMRs &
Co., Nassau, N. Y,
Mothers who Dose their Darlings with
drasitic purgatives incur a fearful responsi
bility. The gentle, modorate (yet effective),
laxative, alterativo, and anti-bilious opora
Lion of TARRANT's SEL/rZxR APERIENT p)ec1i
iarly adapta it to the disorders of the chil
$6 to $20 per day at home. Samples worth
$1 free. Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine.
COLLEGE, N, C.
Taught by the Profs. of Latin, Greek and
M~athemiatics. Session begins September 27,
1877. Send for catalogue to J R BLAKE,
Chairman of Faculty.
The Srtate of South Carolina
COUNTY 0oF .PICKENS.
By W. C. Field, Judge of Probate.
Wherons, 'J. J. Lewis, Esq., C.C.P. has
made suit to me to grant him Letters of Ad
ministration, upon the Estate and Effects of
Jeremiah McW horter, deceased, with will
The kindred and creditors of the said
Jeremiiah McWhorter, deceased, are therefore
citedl to be and appear before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be hiolden at Pilckens C. H., on
Wednesda.y, theo 19th day of Sept. next, at 11
o'clock, a. m.,, to show cause, if any they
have, why the said administration should not
Given under my hand and seal this, the
27th day of August A. D., 1877,
W. 0. FIELD), j.r.p.o.
anug 30. 1877 61 3
4A Nteuoi a
t'vy are worth their
ieeight in gold.
P.EAD WHAT HE SAYS:
f- Di. TrT:--Dear Sir Forten years have been
amrtyr toD psia, Constipation and Piles. Last
I a urI'IhIe erorecmmandd oame; I amed
Ien t w th It at now a W ma
have good appetite, digest rfect, regulartools,
eo gone, and I have gained orty pounds odd iseh.
They ar worth theW wel ht in old.
Rav. VR.L.s-tN SONli Louisvie, Ky.
.PILLS 'Nt has been eh.
TUTTeS in the practice of
mndicine thtirty years and
OURS 80C I]AD- foralongtinieAwas.dAN
A0HA. strator of anatomy In the
Medki College of Geor.
TUTT'Sence persons using
TUTS PILLS r:Alshvthguan
CURB DYSVAM. tea that they are d
on scientificp- nelples
and arca free frogm all
TUTT'S PILLS quackery.
CURlie a sncceded In
AUe.Cn A combining In them the
TUTT'S PILLSof a4rnXthexr
TT TIS -PILLS6"hIx,J 9 f49axaUPar
c uuM rILES. I'nxlfmlc.
rlicir first apparent ef.
feti oincrease the ap.
TUTT'S PILLS ec "'o
to ptoperlyassm a te.
CURB FEVBU AND Thus the system is nour
tIshed, and by their ton
TMTnIS pILL S action on the digestive or.
gai, retar ad healthy
fortcalon are podei.
CURB BILIOUS 00L10 Trhe rapidity wvith which
Swhile under the influence
of these peills, o itself in
CU B KIDIDY GOIN dicales their Adaptability
to nourish the body, and
ahence their eic al r
cin nervous d,bilt,me.
ancholy yspepsa wanst.
quie of muscles, sng.
OUTLE TOILPM if-IBiL, g"Iness of -the liver
chronic constipatin, ndr
Imparting health and strength to the systcm. Sold
everywhere.. 00"ce, 3. Miruy Street, New York.
TRIUMPH. 41F scIaft
Gray Hair can be ncee to a
a singlte aycsation of
-a t prop.er35 Mu aY St,N Y e.
WHAT IS QUEEN'S DELIGHT?
Read the Answer
. It Is a plant that grows it the South, and by tpe
caally adapted to the cure of diseases of that ciiateo
NATUREIS OWN REM EDY,*
Entering at once into the blood, egelling all tyof
lous, syphilitic, nid rheumatic a ections. Alone,
It it a senrching niterative, but when combined with
Sarsaparilla, Yello .w Dock, und other herbs, it forms
Dr. Tutt's Sarsapa1a
and Queen's eirght
The mst p~verul o nrish thew, b od,ad
Scinc fo te creof.iIl ishe~nceshi liacy, fu
clkcargs Irozl te ers n rousa dLSeilit, mei.
diseses,inlrjzry k n colyi:,dysesi, wal~cst
Secet racice, dordrdlies ofd :pte liver,I~
strengthens thethitrvthe system. S ii old.
piverym wherd .b0ie, 35 thu:rnoy Stet,Nwiok
GrHALTHYr canLbD FLESH.
Asa LdteM ita yit act itierongly
andhl is o snted sii don har. as e aest
tis to lant it isowurin the South and al spe
intadoy adpt ttheacure fdseaseso at cate.
Entrinaooce irto the S,ex ell a ndof
BET it. ats inataeouhly, prnucind wthe
mos atrilaeo lckn ohr herbo,t oes
NTTANtS[,and en s Dealyght,ed
dLischare farom th pearantri, abcdses favoine
dposease,<r yk<ny wcoppaint vil f'ects o
Gelen,an. buildut bod w)ugith
P.e.comn,ended. Nnrdso a esw orkyp
DInstea ofdeIit,WeadachY &ee andEagu ,
Jrie,$ ESo O A.ce 35OryT EtoreNw. ok
TCristdoy' Rgitr contis the AtEST nw
No TI the SKl o i, poitialy applite.
mt,te stndar peegraho, andl loal reporitse
uponoreaseryonell curoint Toietfo adyo
Gnean d bygrugitur s.prtet
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the subitftfittoh of stat4smaishipi wlsao
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as opposed to government by frauds in the
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and fearless; and it will doubtless continue to
deserve and enjoy the hatred of those who
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THE SENTINEL T UTTS PILLS THE SUN. T WEW ADVERTISEMENTS., l aia
18 PUBLIBUND ZVJ*Y THURSDAY. gave-b h*t'o five childrbn A"a"birth ,7 ..............3Cua1r._s_o___
on Mr. A. E, Grogg's plantation. in mN.M fi m The different editions of THE SUN during h Pa ngan on 7 ber 1
August last, gave birth to twine o a tthe next year willedin il * dait w t1*uas fenesj -
Iae Saturday-daabe sheet oby our pages, and otrrFi Tfy oOR 00LUMt h p
Teras of Sibxariptioni. aro iving and doing well; tho result W iGht in gol. - Sundays a sheet ot eight pages, or 68 broad cay and ends June 22d - (Sudy exPed
obr Acolumns; while the weekl edition will be athe of r cobers Jul 28d and beao.
One Year........... . . . . . . .$ 60or . . .sEAD WHAT HE SAYS: shee of eight pages of the same dm nds J1.eeuh,a7e. .Ar,,e Colp,gi
8i Moths. .............. 76 boys and three girls-soven inyear hae bn and character that are already amiliar to our St.udents r OI AUGUBTA.
I k DUO.TU":-43*arSirl For ten Years I hAVe et h omnop40wesatr.p
AdvewtIIi i a Rate Dr. E. Miller ia our authority for this. martyr to r cotiption, and Pies. La e comenf Terms, will be *(I
Ad veralsaf .t .ateo i oV r 0 w reccmmended so me; I used 'The sun will 00ntin: e to be thiie Xte0ol ahe -wh'ee Term ; h enteriC
Aa is no sensational hoax, It is a it,e "now a wQ man, adO t oor ata , 4 ft i me C 91
Ad atse et no usre atl tan hev ot rat e~o4 ofd $1e ~ m~ a, 00 1f hav goo appeite diges riect reeguWA&I. tA agsa
or square, of (9) nine lines, oR LVGX, for the startling fact. We know of somo sgoene,andI havegalnedby poun ls.s"h. t egtitfor ol stateh ibiiy Itbi moe fte hs tense r r
Int iusertion, and 50 cents for each subse- people who think seven children in Iear . R. 1. , :. and a in or piraton f uli a s areor mn,
quent insertLion. 04 n adi h
Contracts made for TUn19, six or TWELVE twenty-ono years a large number. Dr. 'J tt has been en. fairs. It will contend for the government of ourse of ' .oua ootQ
lbonths, on favorable terms. We fool for thom in tho nervous oook T Sa ain practice the people by the people and for the people, PRIMARY DEPA1tTMEM. Arrive at Charleston
AeWen not having th tub ou a o meine tA o iry years and s opposed to government by frauds in the JUNIOR oLAss Leave Augusta g
Advertisements not having the number of OU"c BISIIAM- foralOngtirniewas dAwma;
wtions marked on them, will be published whc hoo stratoror natom In the ballot box and inthe ounti , en' 1st Tr ell d '.
until forbid and charged accordingly. once Times. id,C,eTUTfs PILLS --e*$'e ot f*'c**p' hi." " Io*"bodyI'o'?'"a*o 2d,Tem-Speli nd Reading cotn CuUsingA tIo upply'i
These terms are so simp1e any child may 00- .______ firstname.lastname@example.org
understand them. Nine lo is a square- A Texas paper state8" hat at a o-- n YSPIA. tethtte are e d from a million ofduls-wt a ot r' Exercises in Writing. Arive at Colunbia
oeinch. . In every instance we charge by TUTSPIL n dCt re pree ffrcmltomn rstot cout cr
the space occupied, as eight or ten lines can orod camp meeting near the town, TUTT ILLS uackery. a rent events, and wili employ for this,ur,ose nd Reai. Arrive at Chareston
be made to occup four or five squares, as the "the devil apcared with seven heads, UO NWo.ATION lie has sneceeded in a numerous and carefully selected staff of conined . U6I40Ph
adverLiser may wish, and is ciarged by te combining in them the porters and correspondents. Its reports from eography cont nued; Introddcing English
space.arc aTPan on"i n, especially, wil he full, accurate Orammar; Elements of Written Arithmetic; coeave Charleston , T he0 n
SW Advertisers will rlease state the num- mouting broko up in a panic, the cng,prm aIES,a n a ur. anle ees; and it will doubtless continue to Exercises in Writing- Arrive at Augusta
be of squares they wish their advertisements cdeserv and eno the hatred of those who TrmSeling and Reading continued; Leave Au ta
to make. pecebinthfistorn"rc 'on ear.hivbyplundering the Treasury or by Elecments of written Arithmetic completed; Arriye at Charleston.
tomk.fec, ,, to increase the ~.trv y
ie P squsiess te who tiadvertisemto be ocic big---f-- oru. TT' r S petitebcun the fooxi usurping what the law does not give them, Intermediato Geography cuimpleted; Analyt- BUMMERVILL1 TRAIN. a
$Wft Business men who advertise to be T T' PIS pett bycasfte= uurigwtth
bAM EVIAN toptrtyass nate.w to merit the confidenco ical English Gra.amar; Priinary U. 8. R1i- (Sundays excepted.)
SENTINEL hias a large and increasing cir- . . Ished, and by their tonic of the pdblic by de
culation,andiactiononthedigestiveor. people against the encroachments of unjusti. ri.NIOR c pLA. Arrive at Charleston 8 4h a oa
persons whose trade they desire. gfaringofthrhamol,cdLe d pw.stTerm-English Grammar completed; Phy. Leave Charleston a
fona RBnious ooLo The rapidity withwhich The price of the daily un wl be 6 cents scal Geography; Gommon School Arithme, Arrig at Sumervillo d 10
~-- ------- .----. - -- ---- --it, pound it to pieces, and preservo an - Prsons take o fles,, a month or $O 60 a year, post paid, or with- ti; Towns Analysia of Word; CAMDEN TRAIN
The Russians Storm and Carry Lovatz oriaywShoe h1rnwhile under the influiene the Sunday edition $7 70 a year.. 2d Term-Greene's; Analysis of English Connects at Kingville daily [exoet gun.
or n KXDWIDY C*K- dicates t icr adaptability The Sunday edition alone, eight pages, Language; Arithetio continued; Smaller days] with Up and Down Day and Pass,
LONDONand $1 20 a ear, post paid. Composition; deigher U. 8 . History. Frains e
IODN iet 4.A ofica Re-dce hence theirefca~ fn cur. TheWekyS
sin ulein isedatSt otrsug -- ++ng*'e itby"metg Th ekly Sun, eight ages of 56 broad PRtEPARATORY DEP&ARTMENT. Day and Night Trains connect at Aude 14
sAan bulletin,dU ' P L - dsptw. ounwlerid rn17,hJUNIOR CLAss. with Georgia RailroadS tcon and APgugs a
announces that G enerals M eretinksy A nother day has com e and gone, Seal PooLS sad.peps i, ne - columnf $1 a ye rp s e a id. t Tra
_~~~~Ko solslsig. rate of $1 a year, ps ad i emLtnGamradIakes is alodadCnrlRira.TI
ou"U T03apm LMMM. ness of .-the liver Th bnfi o
and Skobeloff assaulted and carried leaving lis all older and wiser, but as h- -- - cronic consiation, nd The benefit of this largo reduction from the Latin Book; Latin Reader; Davies' Algebra; via Atlanta is the quIckest and .noBt
imparting health and strength to the systcm. Sold previous rate for The Weekly can be enjoyed History of England route, and as comfortable and oha .
Lovatz yesterday, killing and cap- yet no coninunications have buen re- everywhere. 00ice, 3. Mu:rny Street, New York. by individual subscribers without the neces- 2d Term-Four Books of Cmsar; Arnold's other route, to Montgomery, Selma, ble
turing many Turks. ceived ndicating that any o has sity of making up clubs. At the sane time, second Latin Book on Analysis of the Latin New Orleans, and all other poInts onthwes
The Times' leading article of yes- discovered a man who can drink out ing our cirfriends choo e to ad in extn Sentne d 0eek edea; di Lo is ll i inut Ce o e
torday and to day, are devoted to of a spring without getting the end -UPH OF $ClEus thei, and every such person who sends us ten Algebra completed; Natural Philosohihy west.
showing the noodlessness of the pros- of his nose wet. ie e or subscr e r o er ae h il e i o A LA- aro - T i ncnects t olumba ith bgc
out wal iLs eX00ssivo coiflines in . Reader completed; Plaine Geomer ih leaver wh p .
nn and ioney far outwoighiuig its Dotroit Froo Press: It wai voy paper Compositioni :nd ht e i Night Train connects with Local Trala
poasibiliLy for good, and the danger closo. Postinaster Goneral Key was h Oie heet and Ih alit f s cote er sanu t Aaba ocae Col. o
of eventual Russian failure, from all reclaimed from sin liko a brand pluck. WHATis QE' DEUGHT e c1ei mrmee Soud ui ailroad Train connects at New.
WHTSQENIVEIH eeltly Sun thceaps esae pbih
of which the Times concludes that ed from the burning, only by a vote ed in the world, and we trust lo onc of the 7 T- on uesdays, Thursdays and Satua
the present moment is propitious for of eight to seven. R ead the Answ e very best. Address co
interVention, and that Gormany and - - It Is a plant that grows In the South, and i16sT E BN,oew orkCit, N'Y. 1stTercer ye tti engr it tereenville ad columbia Railroad.
. . ~M. IBlano, toe grea t g amblor, who clally adapted to the cure of diseases of that climate. i 1yadSreig . .GLMN,Sprnedn
England ought to take the initiative .nt 'l w Roman history; Leon Pra:e composilion. . .c u eral Ticket A e.
to bring about a truce. was buried at Paris on the 11th ulti- NATURE'S OW REMEDY,e VICK S Iid:; :"re son Ar
mo, loaves a fortune of $17,000,000. Entering at once into thc blotA eVeling all ILrof- Ur TR A TED PRICED CATALOUCR completed; Astroomy.b
LONDON, Sept. 4.-The special cor%~ ulous, syl)hilhitic, nnd rheumatic -iections. Alone,
respondent of the Daily News at Po- 11Hs will dovotes $40,000 to charities, It it a senrchl" niterative, but when combined with Fifty pages--00 Illustrations, with De
-esponden on paid D40,000 Nogc dy Pscription of thousands of the best Flowers .The above coDork wdilh preperr enn Corms OF SCUEULu
redin, under date of Spptombor 1, tolo and Vegetables in he world, and the way to didatos for admisson into the Soprro
graphs as follows: . rode over tho Never ut water on a burn, As - grow them-all for a two cent postage stamp. Mon CL.SS of any of our Southori Pasenetins run daisn roeth
* 9, Printed mi German and English. ColgId ane gwihnih ran n ot
battle field when the Porlisat affair 3oonl Ili 1)osgible al),)y oil, and let no and Q e s g t Vick's Floral Guide, Quarterly, 25 cents, a gs. iLudents, who do not tand Carlina ilroad up and down. On and aft.
was over. The Turkf left vy fow air come to the woun<ora The most powerIni .iood p cr know,, ormedical year. ate Mod ulyo
- scenc fo thecur ofchiulces, i-csed oins, oui Vick's F"lower and Vegetaleo Garden, 50 scv oral stud(ica oti each cJlaMs w ill nlot - n ceue
wounded, and onily about300c doadhonic r nivii flkct cens n aper; in elegant cloth covers $i.00- bO atllowed the privilego Lo advatnce to
th ied Terloss oldb et E D FPIS(' ''"i' """<cr,~ iveaspicen. 1iiitifl Address, JAMIEs Vic.K, Rochester, N. Y, Lhe ICxL bigher, bu be ruotaiunod ir: 6-ave Clumbo at 12.40
th fel. her os es co ld be be~ E W A D ER S M E N 18S. strengtiens the wce oons syr,tem. i,n .rts afraircoa. Leavetil Alston aU(t 2.f3it5)Cye v
ter judged by the lnmber of knap- -pidon, ar>d h)Uild up the 1:ody wit. YiksFoaiad suchie ' till aO~ll testdio [fitbeLave Newberryat84p
sacks with which the ground was pj Magnificent $650 nose H EAL TH Y, SOI LS- abeauitiful Quarterly journal, ene1y ilinstrated sTIftIorl OF pleted.~' ILea1NT ive Btokesur at 8.30 p a
strewn. In front of the Russian wood Pianos $176, reAsnan uLiort yialiupio te I ongl and containing andl elegant colored Flower 'AIrNrFPimn DEAr1ET tve Utl orenveat 83
fine1N Rosewood upigttav beenhiady citet hit. lhing irely veg. Plate with the first ntuber. Irice only 25 T T 'Doeaweev .a 10-00 p a
trenches, half way between Perhent Pins(littile used ) ehetcnti nuduewtoon am-Tebs cents for the year. The first No. for 1877 Itinior Class - - O5 00 **vill at64'
and Zgalinoo, the Turkish dead were cost $80() only $1 25, must be sold . Parlor i"s'tc:idtaf deb iiyr uedte~ fvr an d aie." jutiseynGra n nlih emdaeOm 2 0 aiv nil t54
lyingso CoBO hat tey Organave, 2 stopa, $45; 9 stops $65; 12 stops, will enjoy robust health.r sold by att drugste. Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden, in Soutir,1.0 Iwave onxr a8-72 a a
yig o oo ha teymiht hveony$75. Nearly New 4 Set R~eed 12 stop. Prc,s.o onie, 3s Maurray street, New orin 50 cents; with elegant cloth covers $1.00. Puonto ,.patm. 21.0 beave coehbury 8.740am as
shaken hands with the Russians lying s3ub Dass & Ocltl eUoup1er Organs, cost over .Vick's cJalalogue--300 Illustrations, only 2 Preato Dopartbmt, for0 lot ,ave Aonbr at 2.40p a
.ni. .Lwsadseaeatc $350, only $65. Lowest prices ever offered CRISTADORO S cents. Address, ' orriven il o ae o lat** olmb at .605. a
nsd.I wsadeproataksent on .15 days test trial. You ask why 1 JAMSs Vic&, Rochester, N. Y. time exQcjpt from l)rolonlgodl BickneFss. riea oubaa .0pa
and a dpraeresistance. The at-- offer so cheap? I regly IHard Times. Result *Monthly reports of>ntl do' mayConnect aAstnwith Trains em she
takscm t av oo el irc-sales over 1,000,00 annually. Wtar corzi.RD .v e s otetadroan o--hr and union Railroadi conne at
tac sors o lao benwel irctmrenced by monopolies. Beware anonymous porWRtNDmEEABEnAtDE, reittons in *:00~ otu- Columibia with Night Trains on the South Car
ed. It was made so suddenly and Circular. write for explanation. Battle Cristadoro's Hair Dye is the SAFEST and is the most beautiful work of the kid in' the dy wil bo frisd prna. oiin NRiroad uptand don th arlotwteh Tra
with such violence that the Russian raging. Full particulars free. A ddress BEST; it acts instantaneonsly, producing the world. It. contains nearly 150 paes hn-e3 -C ILE rnia.g>n ot n ot nteCalte o
redoubt wvas taken almost by surprise D NoE , Ne rETY y. mos natr i hdes of Black or rown; des dreds of fne illitr-atio, and s cunm Dec. 23, 1875 17 tf lunihia and Auguta and the Wiingtom,0er
the first time, 1t was in faict taken TO nIA DI E PH 'IfHE ItvER Is aS s~ tandadlr( preparation, and a favorite ored from nature. Price 50 cents in paper C' * TamleveAbevll a 916a .,ennd
alotbfr ooa oofkou IDl.pon every wvel appointed tolet for Lady or covers $100 in elegant cloth. Printed in i t anLEpile psyT ii ih )w T;;- ai-n from r::enIe eg
the attack had bogun. TONio 163 J. UILISTADORO, Vick's Floral Guide, Quarterly, 25 cents. POIIET UR .Iramn from Columbia. Accommoedaglon Trahis
Fro aRusin oit o vowI is iNew York. Vick's Catalogue-800 Illustrations, '25 eta The worst cases of the longest standing, by (%ebrya 1.ainesays an t F ridy Leo
ro upo Rusia w hol sy te of fiewght-c 21 1 8 5 ddress .AIn :s VIcK, Rochester N .Y using l). H uanim's ure. th o nTr i r m Gr e v1e.h ro
ing in fort,ificationis as a mist.aken one; \* NE mmil,l g--. $It bas Cu r Thotwillnet, 'feville ftom olockbp.., oncigwih
it would have boon muchi bettor for a(Mi iuususs. Dr. . . beilfitandbottl to freea m.,*l id'sigAD ON I3RN HI AND FLUE RIDQU
General Zotoff to have retreated and ofmAH PUBLIShED I AVIN ret urned and permanently loca" J. E- IIBLE, Chemist, O0lice: 1855~ Broad- DIVISION.
drawn the Turk8 out into the open ImPBIHD.tda Pickensville, respectfully othrs way, New York. Leave WValhalla at 4.25 a a
coun try, where their inaptness at ex, ,For amphlet. address Du SAFOD l York. DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY & WEEELY, hiciProfessaln srvie todth citn Cas ofUDRGatISLe.av Per vle at 6.00 a a
ocuting manwuvros on the field of a wee kin your own town. Terms and COLca onAS C9 41 Vol,ta's Eleetao uselts. ad AiLve AndBerson at 68a
battle, would have put them at great u$ 65 outfit free. II. HA.I.wr- & Co., CO M I, . C., yBot'aEeto Bet nlAileadBlo t.71
disadvantage with the well drilled "rtand, aine. --____--_Bands___Leave___Belton___at_____-BY80
Rusa roayEXTRA FiNE MIXED CARDS, with HO T E L N cD NEL %are indorsed by the most eminent physicians Leave Anderson at 9.20 p
R sin rops 2- name, 10 cents, post paid. L. JoNEs & LM Y -in the world for the cure of rheumatism, Leave Pendleton at i0.i0 p M
__----_C._asa,_.Y_JMS_.HYT dio.neuralgia, liver complaint, dyspepsia, kidney Leave Perryville 10.40-~
L.T.-A man named Joel B. Now.. TheDalyubgstiscntedsthelaesly,s Tri-weekl <disease, aches, pains, nervous disorders, fits, Arrive at wValhla Il.:1pm
TheDaiPubgilirconain teDlteslnes emale complaints, nervous and general de- Accommodation Trains between Belu I 4
ton, of about fifty years of age, and S 'of the day. all commercial, political and other and Weekly, bility, and othier chronic diseases of the chest, Anderson en Tuesdays, Thursdays and SaEte
an inhabitant of thle corner of this mbatter sent by telegraph, full local reports, A T A -U G u TA 7G A. head, liver, stomach, kidneys and blood.-- d'iys, Leave Belton at 9.50 a mn., or on arriv
editorials upon all current, topics and - Cook with full particulars free by Volta Belt al of Down Train fro Grenilip
cut,syth AnesnIth--BY WVALSHI & WRIGlhT, PROPRIEToRs. Bo., Cincinnati, 0. Aierna .0pi o rectn wI, Ug
cony as h neso ueh-Grange and Agricultural .Departments. --AdroaTHAS D. ODAeig i
gencer ot the 30th nit., was commnit- ---The Daily lhas a circulation extending to Full Telegraphic Dispatches f rom all points. THOMAl DODAMBAoDd
ted to jail in this p)laco last~ woek i part of (le State, is circuilated in nearly Latest and Most Accurate Market Reports. JAnr:z NORTON, r., Geeal TIcket A g
up&n tile charge of having commit- increasing; therefore, as an advertis in me fintelrts ond Geria,ble t Corresonec,
ted(a vile assault upon1 0one of his Mothers who Dose their Darlings wluiithcan mot be srpassed. and- omashington City.oga ot aoia Schedule.
own daughters, and for' having at- drasti purgatives incur a fearful responsi- Tuesday, Thursday andI 8aturdyue eerng GEROAAN ARLINA NE_ASE
tempted to comnmit theo same uponl biya Tve tlev, mnleae eteffectv) an d contains all the news of the dIays in ne'CALY - tat ihodArLn ala
anothler daiughter. Newton was io"n of^ ^ARNT'S S rzt AERIEN p~e u e Weekly. Register is an EIGHT PAGE D^I,Y- ME R P L I. WV 01R K S, Leave at Atlant aIEATAD AI.
origlynallyltfromtPickendisordunsy, tbutcdrii paper,contamiing FORLTY-EIGiIT COLUMNS, One Year- $10 00 (ANAL. ST., Fa.OM S;IXT1I TO SHVEBNT&r, Leave Tocoa City at 8 2} mrcn hcemo eso ahwe.SxMnh,60 2UM ZD IGNA ev etise t9l
hsresided at his present htomen for $5 to $20 per day at home. Samples worth Tlhis paper is witiren thereach ofeveryfamily, Si .ots TI0 RII-WvDB: V1GINA.eave Westcamiter at 94 15i
fifteen or twenty yeare, and has been $1 free. Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine. and we. are pleased to state the fact that its One Year, $a 00 ENGIINES. Leeve"a'l' atn
a well:to.-do and kindly thloughlt of DAVIDSON TeRegisterisnoa tergao the State sxMnh, WEL otbeadSainr, le'*E elea
citizen during thlat per'iod. H is wite COLLEGE, N, C. Orange, and all matters of interest to the One Year, - $2 00 Saw Mille, Grist Mills, Botters, Castings of Leave Spartanburg at 126~4 am
hasbee alunticcofind n the RE A R TO Y L As arotolafe h aastany llb tee itei Six Months, 1 00 Brass nd Irn, Forging, &cO. WR Arrive at charlotte at 4 12 a m
Asylum for 'ome tie sine but Taught by the Profs. of Latin, Greek and and Orange articles will appear in each of irice, Twenty-ive Cents. In all its branches, done by experienced harads FEOi RI ATAD-DI
Asyum or ometim sice bu Mathematis. Session begins September 27, our publications-Daily, Tri-Weekly and IMPR OVED POITABLI ENGINES for Leaves Atlanta at 7 18 e*k
theorehave been no indications of in.. 1877. Send for catalogue to J R BLAKE, Weekly. .______.__ driving Cot ton Gins, Threshing Machines, Leaves Toccoa at S 45 p a
00Diy OnhiS art.- Cairmn ofFacuty-Separators, Grist Mills, &o. A number of Leaves Westminister at 6 15 p a
......-......_,_ 1 a toe.Aet atd. t EM FSUSRPINecond-hand Engines and BIoilers of various Leaves Seneca city at 8 05 p a
__.__fi___adthoms e. Tuent&wnCo Out T------ pUICITO. aters ifrsraeod,onhd.Leaves Central at, 6 80 &m
General Grant's retuctaterms freve.gTrua,&MCon,.Au' D^rrt" IBlsTER---One Year, 87 00; Six ONE HUNDRED AND) NINTH EDITION. Repair work uiolioitecd amnd p)roinptly done. Leve EaIley at640An
EoadfrFac rwouofteMonths, $a 50t; Three Months, 31 75- . Cotiigacmlt is l hWon n 'MM, E. T?ANNERJ &~ C. ,[heaves Greenville at . . 8 40 a..
ContaiWEtngvacoisnp-One Year, $l00;hU towns8i- -he Oct 14, 7 ly Leaves 8palrtaniburg at 11 f0 *-a
fact that hto had beeun told that there C atof Sohi RO na ixMnh,$ 60TreMohs ,.1 25- a,'n,e a00, ite(l Tendnes,adthe Do . .---- Arrivo at Charlot,te at 01
was o leter w" i theFrenh la-ngONT ontt$1 ; e 0 last Cx i 6i0 cor PA5R1ENGElt TRAIN WE5TWARtD--DAit.
wa n lttr w"il heFrnc lneCONY OF PICKENS. 1ots,10,Tre i*i, -0 together with the names of tbe newsp ,LeveCaroter 1'p
guage, and where there was no "w O P IT N having the largest locl circulation ineach Senator-R u LOWen (1cLave Chartnhtr at 104 p a
thee cnidbe o wisky, f curs """-4' ''', Ideeof robte.Thebes G. of thie places named. Also, a catalogue of Represenatives-D F? Lead;uy aa H Bate lLve Greenville at 12 88 a a
there ould e no hiWkeyrofncurse,. . Le , ud ., f .ThP.bhas and c aapest BIOOIK andi JO newspapers which are reconmmended to ad. -. --eavo Ep ney at 15 06 a
be wa finIally pursuaded, though, Wadersit to met'gat Le tts, esq. of.p has PININT ff' every descriltion, promptly vertisers as giving greatest value in propor, Clerk of courI-Juin J Lewis. Leavo Senerait at 1 47 a
mhtte dsplta l a deminitto me o theErante d ELett s of dOn iff ctoriy executed at the Rtegister tion to prices charged. Also, all newspapers Judge of P-obaIe-W-~ ( Field. .Leave (Seneit at I 47 e ma
Iba~thqcoul spii t asoJeaemitatin M orthe dseand Effets ofn Offind in the Unitedl States and Canadla printing SherifT-Joab Mauldiam. Leave Woeostmiter at 2 47 a s
Weller did bis name-with a y. Jneeia Mc o n eesd ihwl lind s of Law Bianks on hand, which over 5,0 copies each issue. Also, all the Coroner-Barry B Earle Leave WTmo isty at 2 49 a ma
annTekded. adceiosftesi we wil sel at the lowest prices. Religious, Agriculural, Scientific and Me-- School &ommniesionr-O W Singleton. Arrive at Atlanta at 8 5 a
After the battle of Plovna, the body Jeremiiah McWhiorter, deceased, are therefore JAME8S A. HOYT, chaniical, Medical, Maseonic, Juvenile, Edut- --H RNwETAD..
O itedl to be and appear before me, in the Court .f N. E lLi N. cational, Commenrcial, insurance, Real Es- Treaasurer--W~ RL Derry. erve(Jalt t. Sam
of~a famous Circassian chief tain, of Probate, to be hiolden at Plckens C. H., on 'B cD I , tto a,Sotn,Mscl aho,ad AdtrJh ai.evsCaltea
Pince Rubaninski, was found on the Wedneeda.y, the 19th day of Sept..next, at 11 May 81, 1877rpitr anti Publishmers. other speial elass journal; very cemplete Greenvi,lle0 at40p
Aed ihasbeo oi l itoclock, a. m,, .to show .cause, if any they l ists. Together with a complete list of over County com,assioner,-1lJ Johnson1 Clai-- . Leavefs Easley at 650 p a
fod,wtha zba o j~~fgld il have, why the said administration should not 3' IlUDDA ()T-300 German papers printed in the tJnited rman-Joh,n T Lewis, Thos P I,fOoper. Clurk Leaves Central ao 500 am
and bla4e, __ be granted. . ,V lU DkK A ONT Tho States. Also, ant essay upon advertising; County Commissioners, C L lolingswortl. Leaves seneca City at a0 a
Givenunde my and ad sel ths, te Coping ook.No pelliorg ~ur Letter many tables of rates, showing the cost of ad- cvsWsnhise t68
Do6ti Givene-wvs h 2t dayr myus Andasa D.,1877,eSapin cooy o p30 ree Watersed-- vertis nig in various newspapers, and every- Trial Ju4stices-Eus/Lm? T W Runell-a eaves Tocscoas at 880
1877,upamplerchuybandth $3aug f0ee877cFd saaon arbunngtreeth a begine in avertiing w ol Lubrit' J R iloleerohcenotra James A Arrive at Atlanta at . J. FOREA~t~
blow ther hsbads.aug 0, 87761 1aison,~J 3~ earoncratO .i & CO 11 Park 1Row, New York. Jjle f MIorgIbn-fde (Creck, T. 70 . I00aralMsp
801o1taft 1year 16-'divided into tWe
r yterk oaoh. 'The First Tern
Ddmmep rUary 6th, ana ends June 22d;
he 6e6 7 4ifi, comienoks- July 28d, and
St.udents esterl~g I*thip two weeks after
'he commen om4n' of thb Terms, will be
)harged for the whole Tern; those entering
itfr thWis time, from tUmjilpe of entering.
It In more satisfaototy t ift Sttidots etot
bt the donftnencemot, Whe the several
Alasses are forming,
Course of tdg.
[st Term-Spelling and Reading.
Id Term-Spelling and Reading continned
Primary Geography; Mental ArIthnetlc
Exercises in Writing.
[et Term-Spelling and Reading continued:
(Jeography continued; Introdioong English
Orammar; Elements of Written Arithmetic;
Exorcises in Writing.
-d Term-Spelling and Reading continued;
Elements of Writ ten Arithmetic completed;
Intermiediato Geography cinmpleted; Analyt
ical English Gra.anmar; Pribiary U. S. His
tory; Exercises in Writing.
lst Term-English Grammar completed; Phy,
sical Geography; Gommon School Arithine..
tic; Towad Analysi. of Words;
2d Term-Greene's; Analysis of English
Language; Arithmetio I continued; Smaller
Composition; Higher U. S.. History.
Ist Term Latin Grammar and Harkness' Eirst
Latin Book; Latin Reader; Davios' Algebra;
History of England.
2d Term-Four Books of CMsar; Arnold's
secoend Latin Book on Analysis of the Latin
Sentence; Greek Oranimar; Kendrick's
Greek Ollendorff; Greek Reader; Davica'
Algebra completed; Natural Philosoqiy.
1st Term-Six Books - of Virgil; Groek
Reader completed; Plain Geometry; Ifigher
Composition and R Leter%.
2d Terni-Sallust's Cr.taline & Jugt-tha;
Xcuophon'. Anabasis; Higher Atgeira
coruened; "olid anl Spheical U ..
try carb ; Chemi
1st Term---Cicero'. nelct t;rations; Xenopbor.s
Menoruabilia; Trigonouery and Surveying;
Roman History; Lft(in Pre-e Composition.
2d Tcrm-lIorne,e enGire;'Six Book of the
Iliads: Greek Proge Gomposition; Algebra
The above couric will preparc cn
didatos for admitsion into tho Sopro
Monp CLAss of any of our Southern
Collegos. Students, who do not stannd
a satisfactory exan.ination upon th.
several Btuldica of ech class, will nlot
be a.llowed1 tho privilego Lo advance to
the necxt bigher, but be rei'taiuned ini
such) chus, till all t he studies of it be0
sa1tifac tori ly cornplet ed.
TUITION OF P rMAnty .DhPART31,ENT
Junior Class, - - 50
I ntermediate Ohmls, . 12.50
Senuior a . . 15.00
Preparatory Dopartmnon t, 2n.1)
No deduction wvill be mado for lost
time except fromn prolonged sickneFss.
Monthly reports of p)unltUIity, do
portment, and( recitations in den otu.
dy, will bo furnished parents.
J. Ht. CA RLISL E, Principal.
Dec. 23, 1875 17 if
Fits and E pilepsy
The worst cases of the longe:st standing, by
using 1)u. Hu ilAlan)'s Cure.
It hnas cu.red Thu san~xds
awIIl will give $1,000 for a Case it will not
benefit. A boutle ent free t.0, all adLdressing
J. E- IiBLE, Chemist, Ollice: 1855 Broad
way, New York.
SHUN DRUG POISONS.
M4Ei'CINB RtE:NERED USELEss.
Volta's Electro Belts and
a indorsed by the most eminent physicians
in the world for the curo of rheumatism,
neuralgia, liver complaint, dyspepsia, kidney .
disease, aches, pains, nervous disorders, fits,
female complaints, nervous and general de
bility, and other chron ic diseases of the chest, a
head, liver, stomach, kidneys and blood.- i
Cook with full particulars free by Volta Belt a
B3o., Cincinnati, 0.
ME R PO IV. 01R K S, I
CA4NAL. ST., ra~OM SIXTHl TO SHVEJNT&r,
RICHMO2vD, : : VIRGINiA. I
Portable and Stationary,
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Boilers, Castings of I
Brass and Iron, Forgings, &c.
A RCIIITECTUR A L E IRON WORK,
[n all its branches, done by experienced hands
IMP'ROVED POR~TABLh ENGINES for ~
Iriving Cot ton Gins, Threshing Machines,
separators, Grist Mills, &o. A number of
tecond-hand Engines andl Boilers of Various
atters, in first. rate ordler, on hand.
Repair work !iloit.ed and~ promnptly done.
MM, E. TLANNER~ & C0.
Oct 14, . 7 ly '
,Senator-R iV Lowen.
Representativ'e-D F? Bradliy a. U B 11ates
Clerk of 'ourt--Juhn J Lewis.LI
JudUe of 1'-obalm--W (1 Field. .
Corne-Brry B Earle L
School comnmissioner-Q W Singleton. A
Tre'casrer--W~ RL Derry.
Auditor-John () Davis.
County Commrissionerj-B1J .J ohnson (i...l
man-John T Laewis, Thos P I,f)'perI. (Clurk L
~ounty Commissioners, (I L llollingsworth. L
Trial Ju4stices-EuhSy, T WV Runll--S. L
ubrity, J RL iolcombe---Centrai, James A IA
iddell-I'ickns C lI/-- ( W Taylor--Dacu7~.
,jitr.IB F Morebn- 1Ide (-re m. Tolm...
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On and aftv 89ndA6.M*ft 19, h
Passenger Trains on ahe *arollas
talLroad will thWas foleirs
~rrive at Coltdnile
(60indhys -efepted.) e
beave Charleston 9 1
&rrive at Augusta- 6 1 4 s
LeaveVolurbl.a 9 00, a
1rrive at Charleston 4 46 tU
Leave Augusta - g
Irrive at Charleston 4
krtive at Colunkbla 70
Leave Columbia 7
Arrive at Charleston 7 40 p
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPR213g
eave Charleston, 8)
Arrive at Augusta 7 4 6m
Leave Augumsta 880,;
Arriyo at Charleston 7 40
Leave. Summerville at 7 80 ? e
Arrive at Charleston 8 46 a ra
Leave Charleston a 15 d
Arriva at Summervillo 4 o p at
Connects at Kingvlle daily [exoet Anne
lays] with Up and Down Day and Passegger
Day and Night Trains conneet at AuEdid
with Georgia Railroad, Afacon and Augth
Railroad and Central Railroad. This VMAt
via Atlanta is the quickest and - moot Aie
route, and as comfortable and cheap m ay
other route, to Montgomery, Belm'a, 1ob9le,
New Orleans, and all other points Bouthw'~jt;
and to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chis_o, gg,,
Louis. and all other points West and North.
Day Train connects at Columbia with tkq
Througi Train on cliarlottee Road (whiah
leavcc- at. 9 p. in.) for all points North.
Night Train connects with Local Trala
[which leaves Columbia at 8 a. m.] for points
on o .arlo(to RZoad.
JJ~L:mrenailroad Train connects at New.
Sry on Tu days, Thursdays and Satut
%!> col:Ibia Night Train connects closely
with the Greenville and columbia Railroad.
2. S. BOLOMONS, Superintendent.
S. B. 1icxjs, General Ticket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R I.
CllANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Pas.-enger trains run daily. Sundays ezoept-,
id, c-,nnecting with night trains en South
iarolina Fuiroad up and down. On and aft.
er Mody July 16. 1877, the following wlU
be~ the Schedule:
[je-IVe Columbia at124p
Leave Alston at 28
Leaive Newberry at 84
L,eave Cokesbury at8.0a
rIVOlea eet.on at 88
irrive ait Grcenville at 10
.cv.v G.cnvile at6.40 y a
,c"aO Bei cm at8.20 * a
weave ('okesbury 8.87 a a
LIavetNew berry at 2.40 a -A
beAve, Aliton at 1.05-p a
rrive at Columbia at 2.60 p a
gayConnecct at Aiston with Trains em the
4,rabr and Union Railroad ; conneet at
Jglunmbia with Night Trains on the South Cam:
)ina Rlailroad up and down ; also with Traine
p.inmg North and South on the Charlotte, .
umbia and Augusmta and the Wilmington, 00
i Train leave Abbeville at 91.16 a m., conef..
ng with IDown Train from Greenville. Lesee
:.kesbur~y at 2.15 p mn., connecting with Up
l'raim from Columbia. Accommoedation TraIg
kloumdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Leae
jokesbury at 11.15 a mn., or on the arrl og
he D)own TVrain from Greenville. LeavEAb,
ceville aLt 1 o'clock p. mn., connecting with COg
?ronir from Columbmia.
XND)ERSON IBRANCHI AND FLUE RIDQU
Leave WValhalla at 4.25 a a
Ueave Perryville at 6.00 a a
Ueave Pendleton at 6.40 a r.
[aeave Anderson at 6.80 a a
Ainr1ve at Belton at 7.10 a a
Ucave Belt on at 8.80 m a
cave Anderson at 9.20 p a
.acave Pondieton at 10.10 p
eavcv Perryville 10.40p a
irrive at WValhalla 11.16 p a
Accommodation Trains between Blelten and
Lnderson on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saiun&
Lays, Leave Belton at 9.60 a mn., or on.ar$i?
1 of Down Train from Greenvilip. e
taderson at 2.00 p mn., connecting with '
THOMAS DODA MBAD,
JAInn NORTON, Jr., General Tioket-Agent
LtI an ta & Richmond Air Line Railway
PAssENOPER TRAIN EASTWAnD--DAILT.
,eave at Atlanta at
eave To'ccoa City at 8 1
,aWestminster at 9 15 p
eave Seneca city at 9 40.m
eave central at 10 12 p a
eeve Easley at 10 Spa
eave Greenville at 11 k
eave Spartanburg at 12 64 a U
Lrrive at charlotte at 4 iSsm
FREIOUlT TRAIN EA8TWAnD-.DArLV
eaves A tlant a at 7 18 e*i
eaves Toccoa at 8 45 p a
eaves~ Westmninister at 6 15 p a
eaves Seneca city at 6 05 p a
caves Central at 8 80 am
cavesi Easiley at 6 40 A zqu
cave; Greenville at . . 8 40 a.m
caves t8pa)rtanburg at 11 $0 a-m
rrivo at Charlotte at OJO0p t
PAPR1ENGElt TRAIN WESTWAlD--DA!at.
eave Charlot to at 7 1'0 p &.
cavo Sparta'nburg at 15 46 p a
caLve Greenville at 12 88 a a
cave Easley at 1 06 a km
eavo ('entral at 1 47 4
cava Seneca City at ,20 a
cave Westminster at 2 47 a sa
cave Toccoa City at 8 49~ p l
rrive at Atlanta at 8$.
rmET(JHT TRAIN WE8TWAD...D 3
en~ves (Jharlot.te at . h0a m
(caves .3paranburg at 1 4p
c'aves Oreenville at 4 50 p at
eabves Easlcy at 650 p a
Daves Central ao 600 a
catves Hcooa City at 606 a
caves Wstmihiister at ~ 60 4
caves Toccoomat 8804s
r at Atlanta at 3.F 5 .E 0 gP
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