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Methodist church, Rev. A. W. Walker, Pastor.
let Sabbath In each mouth at 4 o'clock p. m.
2d Sabbath in each mouth at 10} o'clock a. m.
Rev. Hugh MoLees, Presbytetlin, (Secona)
ft*fb9th in each month, at 11 o'clock a. m.
Ahoona Baptist. Church,.*U V.- 1.'singie
ton Pastor lst babb%th and katurday before
tAp jk.month at 11 o'clock a. m.
Wheat Is looking well.
Pesbes not killed yet.
Communication of Dr. W. T. Field
otowded out this wek.' It will cer
talfily appear ift our next issue.
There were a good many April-fooPs
l.4t 'Monday. There are many other
kinds in these diggings.
There are some obstructions en our
ildb*alks which should be looked
after ,by our city fathers.
' Cbl. R E. Bowen was in town last
Monday, looking as fresh a a May
Our Sheriff carried five prieonersto
thd Penitentiary lait week, sentenced
at.-the last term of Court for this
Cottty. He returned home on Sun
We' regret to learn that Mrs. A. C.
l hughes was seriously hur last Sun,
d4,by being violently thrown from
buggy by ,he running away of the
Ate which she was at the time driv
Wdirect attention to the law card
of Mr. L. K.- Clyde, Greenvillo C. 11.,
S. C Mr. Clyde is a young man of'
ability strict integrity, and will give
pft,i9pt and intelligent attention to
all business entrusted to him.
Our farmers are preparing for a big
e0ton crop and are using more fortili
utr than inadly one year since the war.
We fear they will not soo the folly of
their course tjntil it is too late. They
ahould roemncn ber that a bushel of corn
igt the crib or a p)ound( of hacon, in the
s.gnoke hopse, at home, is worth two
APPOJNT'MENT.--WC arc gratified to
#teartn that our fellow~ townsman~f, R. A.
Odhi~l, E&q., ha.s beent appointed an
Aid on the~ statfT of' lirigaidier Gener'al
'lfump hies o~~(f Anderson, with the
ra;nk. of Captain. No better appoint.
gment could havo been made. Mr.
Wikd is a young, active, intelligenit,
a&nd will, we venturec, with his miii
fimry unif'irtp on, make one of the
- uadiiagest stafF"fficer's in the State,
onerself not excep)ted. Wo tsaluto you
.ATTENTION! DEMOCR ATS.--The Pick.
cas Court Hioube Democratic Chib
till meet in the Court House on Sa,.
t,eaday next, at 1 o'clock p. mn., for
th purpose.of re organizing and puts
. - tis.gethotoselves ian working-. order for
(to hek cam paign. Upen the result
of khe election next fall, depends the~
ft6 f South Carolina, and it behooves
every true p)atriot and .Demeerat to at
1nte'en~roll himself under the banner
dlleforam, Hampton and Hlome Rulei.
Let there be a full attendance.
D. F. BRADLEY, Pres.
- IH, SAINTED- En route to the Pen.
d~Lary' with convicts, the Sher'iff
s4Iopped over at Anders~on to see and.
Idairt'hoGovernor; it was~early in the
morning .when ,they arrived at Arn
derson, and he and his guard feeling
wearried, and thinking an eye,.opcer
might be beneficial' to all parties, in,
.9zp.ipg the prisoners, they -wended
their way into the back door of a bar
iNoot. They had a whito man amongst
tjio"prisoners, wvho was chained so
ourely to prevent the possibility of
esindpp. , The bar tender enquired who
61a mnan was they had so .securely
dMfindot, and for the purpose.of pass
ing a.Little jokce, he was informed that
* She iyan vas Redmond. As soon asthie
4d'pp.had been pronounnced, the bar'
keepar'tainted, and it was with dif,.
li that he was restored to life
1gezxvez REsULTs-There are nu
mer4ds remedies that cure sometimes
and become trausted as useful, but none
I1ke. oer proved so effectnal-cu red
so ma~ny and such remarkable cases
. Aycr's medicince.
b' e Cherry Pectoral has restored
gy'eat numbers of patients who were
bplieved to be hopelossly affected with
Ague Cure breaks up chills and fever
qtiickly and surely.
A&ygr's Compound Extract of Sars
s t~sila eradicates scrofula and im,.
pn vties of the blood, cleanses the sys,.
4ea restores it to vigorous health.
(E~tmely use many troublesome
'to that cause a decline of health
a9olep0lled -or cured.
Ayor's Pills and their effects are
teowell kno wn. every where to re,
quire any commendation from us heroe
-Eranton (Pah) Tirpes,'
I begin this week a series of locals
f.rom thip place; for -the columns of
your sterling little paper, -whieh I
will- continue from time to time, as op
portunity and inclination may sug%
gest. Knowing the value of.newspa,
per space, I shall endeavor to con
denso as much as possible, giving only
tha pith and marrow of natters of
general interest in as few words us
Liberty was the last of the little
towns 'that sprang up on the Air Line
Railroad in this County, and, like
those that were first in I his and other
sections, it got its growthi too soon.
While there has been no store in the
town for the past two years, it has
been cursed with a number of bar,
rooms all the time. No wonder such
a state of%ffairts, during these hard
tirnes, has emptied many of the hous
es and cabins in the place, and depre
eiuted real estate to within a fraction
of zero. But a better and brighter
day is about to dawn upon Liberty.
The arinual-eloction for town council
.tpok place last week and, from tho
character of the men elected, wQ have
eve,ry reason to hope and believe that
the now council will close up the bar
roonis;and inaugurato a more decent
condition of things in this otherwise
nice little burg.
Mr. Crymes, of Williamston, has res
cently openOd a store in Liberty, and
has a pretty fair stock ofgoods, which
he proposes to sell at bottom prices.
The sale of fertilizers is quite brisk
at present: Messrs.-Smith and Avcn%
ger represent several compar.le at
this point, and they both appear to
be doing a good business this b.ason.
Liberty has.now a large and flour
ishing:school i successfnl operation,
which is taught by.a competent and
This is a good section of your Couns
ty. The land is productive arnd lies
wvell, and there is an abundance of ex
cellent water andi ti mber. The farm
ors are indu,strious and enterprising,
and generally make good crops.
W heat and oats in ibis section look
wcll. Preparat ions for the coming
crop) of cotton and corn are active andi
pretty well adv'ancedl.
Teewats a miost destruictive and
distressinig fire along the south,~west
ern side of this C3ou nty on Fri'day and
Saturday (22d andI 23d1). It extended
over about eight miles along the Kco
wec River tand Six Mile Creek, and
destroyed mu ~ch (cr.cinrg and timnber.
Glad to& hear 'Judge Macky has
somewhat st'aightceclo out thiings' in
Pickens County. May we nover.
be so long without a Court.
o4turgs ,that, Iiped not .be Endured.
PeoplE suffer a grer.t deal of pain unneces-,
~arily. Amrong the tortures that need not be
easired,gre.those ;inflicted by the rheumna
tism'and ghout, since the acii element in
~the blood which produces them by contact
with the sensttive covering of the muscles
and joints may be eliminated by the use of
(that matchless depurent. Hlost et ter's Stomach
Bitters, befor4 -the inflamniatory symptoms
are developed to any great extent. When it
is considered what excruciating tortures
rheumatism inflicts. and what a tendency it
has, when fully developed, to attack the
heart, the invisibility of an early use ole such
a reliable %ntidote becomes at oruce apparent.
The rheutnatio virus is'expelled from . the
blood *by the increased action of the kidneys
-which acts as strainers-ioduzced by the
Bitters, and the sufferer will find, if he uses
this supreme defenske~. agent, that he will
be protected against a return of the agonizing
complaint- Dyspeps'a, fever and aguie, liver
and bowel complaints anid other maladies, arc
also cured by this adm'rable remedy.
AN His'ToRICAr. FAcT-Every agent who
h1as been steadily selling the Improved $20
Homestead Look Stitch Sewing Machine.for
three years, owns his dwelling house, has a
good account in bank, is clear of debt, and
has m,oney .at int erest,-7t ho; natural conse..
quenfe o~f securmng a good iLgency for supe
rior goods'at' the lodest prides. A good first
'class Sewing Maichine, most useful--reliable
at all times, easy to u'nderstand and control.
the same size and does the same work as any
macbines that sell at Foun TziMEd the price
There is no machine at any price uetter, or
that will-do finer or more work, and certainly
none so low in price by .mnany decilars. The
IIoMF.STKAD is widelf Enown andl used in
thousands of families in the Eastern and
Middte States,.and daily becoming popular
in the West. It will save its cost several
times over in one season, doing the work of
the family, or will earn four or five dollars a
day for any man or woman who sews for a
living, it, is the strongest machine made, is
ready at all times to do its work, makes the
strongest and finest, stitch yet invented, and
is fully acknow4edged as the Standard Family
Se'wing Machine. Price, complete for do..
mnestio use, reduced to $20, delivered at your
door, no matter how remote you may reside.
Business permanent. andl honwable, with
more certain and. rapid sales, and larger
profits thtan any other. Extraordinary liberal
offers made to local or traveling agents where
we have none established; or, If there Is no
agent near you, send your order direct to the
factory. Address Jahrj II. Kendall & Co.,
421 Br oadway, New Yok
*L. K. CLYDE
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW,
- - GR.EENVILLE~F, f. C.
Special attention given to collections.
Apnril 4, 1878 30 6nm
HER OWN -WORDS.
BALTANOnR, Mn.-, Feb. 18, 1877,
Mr. H. R. STavuse--Dear Sir: Since
several yearq I have got a sore and very pain
ful foot. I had some physicians, but they
couldu't cure me. Now I have heard of your
Vegetlue from a lady who was sick for a
time, and beoame-all well from your Vege.
tine, and I wett and bought mA ana bottle,
and after I had used one bottle, the
paius 'eft me, and it began to heal, and then
I bought ohe other bottle, and so I take it
yet. I thank God for this remedy and your
self; and wishing every sufferer may pay at
tentlot to it. It is a blessing for heal&h.
Mrs. C. KRANIZ, 688 West Baltimore-st.
SAFE ANP SURE.
Mr. If. R. 8'rsvNs--In 1872your Vegeline
was recommendad to me, and, yielding to the
persuasions of a friend, I consented to try it.
At the time I was suffering from general de
bility and nervous prostration, superinduced
by overwork and irregular habits. Its won
derful strengthening. and curativ properties
seemed to affect my debilitated iystem from
the first dose; and under its persistent use I
rapidly recovered, -gaining more than usual
health and good feeling. Since then I have
not hesitated to give Vegetine my most un,
qualified indorsenent, as being a safe, sure,
and powerful agent in promoting health and
restoring the wasted system to new life and
energy. Vegetine ii'- the only medicine. 1
use; and as long as I live I never expect to
-find a better. Yours truly, W. H. CLARK,
120 Monterey-st., Alleghanf; Penn.
TIIE BEST SPRING MEDICINE
R. STEVENS-)Car Sir: This is to certify
tha 1 have used your "Blood Preparation"
in my family for several years,,and think
that for Scrofula or Cankfrous4 Humors or
Rheumatic affecti;ns it oqnnot be excelled;
and as a blood purifier and spring medicine
it is the best thing I have ever used, and I
have used almost everything. I can .cheer
fully recommend it to any one in need of Auch
a medicine. Yours respectfully,
Mrs. A. A. DINS MoRE, 19 Brussell street.
WHAT IS NEEDED.
BOSTON, Feb. 13, 1871.
H. R. STEVENs-I)ear Sir: About. one yeai
since I found myself in a feeble condition
from% general debility. Vegetine was strong
ly recommended to me by a friend who had
been much benefitted by its use., I procured
th e article, and, after using several bottles,
was restored to health, and discontinued its
use. I feel quite confident that. there is no
medicine suprior to it for those -complaints
for which it is especially prepared, and would
cheerfully recommend it to those who reel that.
they need somiething to restore them to per
feet health. Uespect fully yours,
U. L. PETTKNoIL.L, tirm of S. M.
Pettengill & Co., No, 10 SLate si.. Bost'on.
ALL IlAVE OBTIAI.ED .IiEF
SouTu iH:IwIcx, Me., Jan. 17. 1872.
II. R.8 :'i-Dear sir: I have had' d1s
l)elsia im its wo)rst form, for t he last ten
years, ami have taken hundreds of dollhars'
wor th or medjiies witho,ut, obtaining any
relief. In Septemrber last I commenced tak
ing the Yegetine, since which tine my healhi
has steadily improved. My food digests
we!!, and I have gained fifteen poundsa ot
flesh. Thecre are several others in this plaice
taking Yegetine, and all have obthined relief
Yours truly, Titos. E. MlooRE,
Overseer Card Roomu, Portsmiouth Co's Mills.
H. R. STEVENS. Boston Mass.
VEGETINE is Sold by All Druggists.
miar 28, 1878 29 .4
K. M. CASEY
Has removed to EATON & WATKINS' old
~stand near the Depot, Central, S. C., is do
ing a SMALL BUsiN EFs ON A LAItOE SCAL.E. If
you owe me any thing,. -come and see me, if
.1 OwB YoU, I will see you sxme other time.
R- M. CASEY.
mar 28, 1878 29 - -- 4
N OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given, that I will ap.,
ply to WV. 0. Field, Probate Judge for Pick
ens County, to make a Final Settlement of
the Estate of J. 0. Eaton, deceasadi, on the
23d April, 1878, and ask to be discharged as
L. ROSS -EATON, Adm'r.
mar 21, 1878 28 6
NOTICE'I'O CREDITORI.3 AND DEllTOlRS
All p ersons having demands against the
Estate of .!. C. Eaton, deceased, will puresenlt
them properly proved; and those indebted
will make payment, to the undersignued by
the 23d day of April next.
L. RIOSS EATON, Adm'r.
mar 21, 1878 28 6
Keowee Lodge, No. 79. A,F. M.
TIlE REGULAR MONTIHLY MEET
SING OF KEOWEE LODGE, No. 79,
A.-. F.-. M.-. will take place on
SATURDAY ON OR nEFOR THE FULL MooN
IN EAcH MONTH. The attendance of all the
members is earnestly requested.
R. A. Ch ILD, WV. M.
W. 0. FIELo, Secretary.
A 1ntioe1 Comon iome School.
CENTRAL, PICKENS COUNTY SO. CA.
Capt. R. L. LEWIS, Principal.
HITlE RE Boys and Oirls are taugh I. Spel.
lV ing, Reading, and pract.ical Arith-.
mefic before they are advanced into thue
Instrusction thorougli--discipine strict,
First term of four months commences 4th
of March, 1878
Pupils received at any time, on payinig
from time of' entry. No reduLcIti of tuition,
except in cases of' sick ness of over oneo week
TUITiON Prn SESSION OF FoUR MONTPiil.
Primary Branches, $ 1 (JO
Inatermnediit e Branches, ( 00
Advanced Branches, S 00
For further information, anddress PRIN-.
march 7; 1878 26 4
To All Whenm These Fres
Aents May Coneere..
A LL persons indebted in the Ulerk's Oflice,
for Rfeording, must come and pay for
their DEEDS and take them out :of the
office. Alter this date no Deeds or other
Papers will be Recorded, unless the fees
are Paid in Advance.
J.,J. LEWIs, C.e.,.
Jan 3, 18'78 17 .
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Columbia, March 13th, 1878.
Whereas, a party of armed men did on the
9th of blarch, rescue thrce prisoners from
Pickens jail by force and violence, and where
as a grave effenoe has hereby been commit
ted against the laws of this State.
Now, thorefore, I. WADI IIAMRroN, OOV
ernor of the State of South Carolina, in order
that justice may be done and the majesty of
law vindicated, do hereby offer a reward of
ONE '1UNDRED DOLLARS for the appre
hension and delivery in any jail of (his State
of the said person or persons engaged in this
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my
I I hand and cansed the Great. Seal of
L.S. the State to be affixed, at Columbia,
. ) this 1111h day of March A. 1). 1878,
and in the one hunidred and 8econd year of
the Independence of the United States of
WADE HAMPTON, Governor.
By the Governor:
R. M. SIba.
inar 28, 1878, 29 3
Notice U. S. Internal Revenue
U NDER the Revised Statuies of (lie United
States, Sections 3232, 3237, 3238 and
8239, every persoin engaged in any Business,
avocation, or employment, which renders
him liable to a special tax, is required to
procurce and place and keep conspicuously
in his estabishment or place of businass a
STAMP denoting the payment of said special
tax for (lie special tax year beginning May
1, 1878. Section 32411, Revised Siatutes,
designates who are liable to special tax as
above. Severe penaltier are preecribed for
non compliance with the foregoing requirc
menits, or for coiilniling in. business after
April 80, 1878, without payment of tax.
Application shlibuld be made to E. M.
BRAYTON, Collector of Internal Revenue,
at. Columbia, S. C.
mar 21, 1879 28 4
- THE UNEQUALLED JAS, LEFFEL DOUBLE
P ORTABLEl AND STA'IONARY
3AW, ?WOUR AND GRIST MLLJS
E1"~~LDi, PULLEYS AND EANGQERS
Addes POOLE & HUNT,s
N EW AIDV EIfR SIGI ENTS.
GEO) P. ROWVELL & CO.'S
Newspaper~ Adv4-ert isin g Bui
From N Y. Times TUilding to No. 10 Spruce
0i1-roerTa TI1 'x TurUN lir.iNsO.
price $340 only $95. Paper free. UANIE L
F. BE TTY, ashigton, N. ..
AwadedAfgprfa. at Cenitennial E.xpositoi for
Asn. che,wing qusai*ia nu e.rcellence and letinhg chae
aide of aeeutoning and .favorinsg. Tho bc.t, tobacco
ever madc. As our' bluo uirip trado-mnrk 11 closciy
imitated on inferior goods, see thait Jasrkaon'a J31 Ia
on overy ]s,n. Sid by nul deales"s. P'snnd for sImI lO,
froo. to . A. JAcKson A C0., Mtras., Peotersburg, Vsn.
For Walls, Ceilings, etc. Eeadly for use by
adding boiling water.
The most durabid, beautiful and economical
paint known. Satmple cards furnished free
b~y dealers generally; or by the
A VERILL Chemical PAINT Co
- 32 Burling Slip, New York.
Sewing Machine is thie easiest selling and
best sat.istying in thie market. It hats a very
large shuttle; makes the look sticiL; is simrple
in construct ion; very light. run ninrg, and al
most5 noiseless. It is impossible for ot her
mnachidies to sell ini direct compljet.itionl wii
the White. Agents Wanted. A pplyv for
terms to5 WIIIllTE SEWING MACill N t CO.,
I M IN\E l) CA I(Df), w ith nam e. 10 cents.
nI,AgQs ssittit Joc. ii. .JONE4 & Co.,
Nassau, N Y,
.Si N ac s, .sak4', MTarbl e, etc..'
o S' alie, ih 11:10ne, 1) ets. Nassau
LCardl Co~., Nassaiu, N. Y.
Mlade any (day ini P1ri au- 211 (' . ~; Invert
accordling to youri i means. ~$ It, $:>0 or. $100,(
tin STOCK Pat ia.xo as, has brouighlt a small
fort une to t ho cuarefil inavestor. We advise
when andi how to o perarte safely. fsook withI
fullt inform-ations sent free'. Addlress orders by
mail anid telegraphd to B N TL; & .,
Banikers and Bi4oherr, 17 Wall N. , N. V.
Mayv 17, 1877 : .
WE HlAVE IN STOKE A14 TO A
W hicli wo offer at very toI* prIces, pa
15 cents per pouid
ZELIt4', JIN M fiiE
G, OBER & MONS AVONDA
Froight $3.50 per ton cash, or if p
freight to be paid in Cotton nent Fall.
Greenville, S. C., Peb 28, 1878
Fail to try our Buist Warranted
Gardon Seeds and Early Rose Pota
toes. To uso pure and reliable Seeds
Wo also havo the North Carohna
Irish Potato at 75 conts per bumhel.
Onion Setts at 121 per quart. Black
Oats at, 75 cents per bushel.
Special attention is called to our
Waiman Universal Plow Stock-the
best and chcapest yet invented. Pol
ished Steele Twisterm, Heel Bolts and
other Farming Implemont--whicl
we are selling at
Pries.To make room for an ext,en
sivo Spring Stock, we are offering,our
romaining Fall and Winter Stock at
cost, for cash.or bairter. It will lighten
T'o invest, y.nur money.whore there is
tho( best profit. Cal! nind examino.
Wo charge nothing for showing and
pricing our Goods.
II4GOOD, A LEXANDE R & CO.
Pickoe 0. If. 8. C.
Fe b 28, 1878 25
USUALLY KEPT IN AN
M cEFA LL'S,
I KEEP GOOD
PRICES TO 8U1'To TrilE IIARD
W. T. ReFALL.
Jan 10. 187'8 1
ftR1tR, A LAR OI
Att'I JARS9 lj(j 004
yable tn Cotton hot Novonibit iv''04"
arties dosiro it, will arrange for tht
GGS & HAMMOND, Agetts
The State of Neuth Caroln*
IN PRODAT B COURT.
William A. Lay as Executor of the Will of
Charles Middleton Lay, deceased, ad as
Devisee and Legate tnder the will of said
deceased, Plaintiffs, igaingt El)zabeth
Lay, widow, Matta A. Heter, Mary E.
Martin, Myra R, Lay, James F. Lly,
Caroline A. Lay, Susan E. Lay, 0hret
Lay, Let y E Newton, cidldren, W. If.
Heuter, N. T. Martin, J. C., C. Newton,
sons-in -law of Charles Middleton Lay,
deceased,: and devisees and legatees of sai=
Complaint for Relief.
TO the Defendants in the above stated easel
Y OU and each of you ate hereby autnmi.
ed and required to answer the Gom.
plaint n this action, whioh is tiled in the
office of the Judge of Probate, in and fbr
the County and State aforesaid, and serve a
0opy of your answer on the subscribers at
Wallhalla, in Oconee County, 8. C., oN the
Court House Sqoare, within twebty dayd
after the service of this sumbtpong on you
exclusive of the day of service.
If you fail to 'avswer the complabt widain
that time, the Plaintiff will apply to thg
Court for the relief demanded 'n the coin,
3. J. NORTON,
- -Plaintiff's Attorneys.
Pickens (Cout-i fouse, South Carolina, Fe
bruary 28, 1878. Witness, WV. 0. Field, Judge
of Probate for Pickens County, S. 0., 28th
-February, 1878. W. CI. FIELD,
Judge of Probale.
TO Letty E. Newton and husband J. C. C.
Newton, of the foregoing Defendants.
Take notice, that the complaint and. sitm
umOns herein' have been filod fin the offce of
the Judge of Probate, at thie Court House
for Pickens County, 8. C., for the purposes
therein set forth; and that, you are required
to appear in the cause by' the 18th day of
May, next, or the Plaintiff will apply to the
court t for the relief -detaanded in -the comn'
J. J. NORTON,.
Plaint iffs A t tornys, Walhalla, 8. C.
march 7, 1878 26 8
Piedmont Air Line Railway,
IsT TRAIN 5TATro?6 2D'TRai
1280 p m. Gal eston 280gn
6 00 p-m New Orleans 6 00' p
7 26 pi llBay 8Louis 7 26 pi
11 2 p m NMobili 11'25p m
7 06 a m Mocntgomnery 7 06 a na
9 45 a in OpelIka 9 46.a an.
10 40 a mn We'st Point 10 40 a ni
&O 0pIm Atlants 6 00Oam
7 00 pi m ufm-d . 7665 a
7 47 p in Gaiztesville 8 865 a r
8 27p m Lui. 9 06 a
;906 pm t. A iry ' 986a m
9 46p rn TooabI 700 am
11 48 pm Central 12 01 pnat
1l00Oam Greenville 398 pig
280mam Spartanburg g2 i
5809 am GJastonia d 52p m
7 20 a mn Charlotte Junctiojn El 00 jv m
1116 an m Greensboro 10 4lpnM
1 16 pi m Danville 12 58 a
1 88p in Dundee 1 00a m
5 17 p mn Burkeville 4 61 a ra
7 39p m HelieIle 7 20 a m
. 800p m Richmond~ 7 45 ai
1 27 a mn Washington 1 10 p in
8 20 a mn Baltimore 8 10 p m
6 40 a mn Philadelphia 6 60 p in
9 36a m Now York 10 05p nr.
8 p m Boston 8 00 a tr
Train leaving A tlata at 5 00 p m connects
at Dundee, Virginia, with train for Lynch
burg; thence direct to Washington City via
Virginia Midland Route.
1sT TREI sTATJONqf .2ty TaAI)f
900 am Boston 7 00 pi
6380p m New York 8 15 ain
'And by Limaited Express 0.26 a at
9 80 p mn .Philadelphia 11 45 a mn
12 55 am Baltimnore 5600p m
8 80 a mn Richmond 11 86 p m
8 55 a mn , Belle Ile 12 00 nI'g
10 17 a mn 1urkeville 2 06 a mn
2 25 pm Dundee 388 a.m
2 00 pm Danyille 6 05 a m
6 05 p an Oreensboro 8 26. aer
8 40 p m Charlotte Junct ion .11 45. a t
8 48 pm Charlotte 11 55a m
9 283pm Glastonia 12 55a m
12 46 a m 8partanburg -8 16 p itt'
2 20 a in Greenville 4 85 p ta
8 24 auna Central 6 88 pm
56083am Toccoa 7l15pm&,
56483am Mt Airy .-6p*
6 20kam Lula 8388p m
(Change cars for AthenM; (Iai
6 51 a mn Gainesville 60
7 50 am Liuford 41.pm.
11 30 a an A tlanta 11 80,ju m
4 15 pm West Point 4l15p m,
5356pm Opelika 85pu
8 25 pm Montgomery 8 25p m
3 156am Mobila 3 1564
6 45 am flay 86 Louis 8 44 e n
880 a m New Orleans 8 80 a a
8 00 am GIalveston $
Train leavin WasIigon City, 904ww.*
ginia Midlandf ute, at 2 47.a m, rmess
at Dundee, Virgiela, with south bouigd trate
of this line, through to Atlanta and h S0uath
seaftern po'ets, Ian Z,*05