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'I hurch Directory.
Methodist church, Rev. A. Wf Walker, Pastor.
Ist Babbath in each month at 4 o'glook p. w.
Sd Sabbath in each month at 10} o'clock a. m.
-Rv.y..Hugh MoLees, Presbyteian; (ecoida)
S& fabbath in esob mouth, at 11 o'clock a. m.
secona Baptist OhuftRV. W. B. Sig1
tel ator lst Sibbati and Saturday before
a wk mouth at 11 o'clock a. m.
Rally,.Demoorats, to the call of your clubs'
Brhig In another horse," brother Holmes.
Like yourself, we feel the importance of it.
.Is5es rMoNA. BUNnAT SKOOL Coxvah'
:t~i.-te Atlanta and Charlotte Air-Line
allw'ay will sell round trip tickets at one
A" to all delegates and visitors desiring td
autend the great International Sunday School
Conventien at#tlanta, Ga. The sale of tick.
eta will commence on Tuesday, April 16th,
a4d continue uhtil Friday, April 19th, good
for return if presented on or before Saturday,
April 20th, 1878.
L. Ross Eaton, the dukdof Central,
raced our town with his presence
Alonzo M. Folger is the traveling
Agent: for Franklin, Davis & Co.'s
Nursory, Ricbmond, Va. All persons
desiring Ane fruits, will do vtellto
givO their orders to Mr. Folger, as-he
1 eptesenting one Of the best Nurs-.
eres in the United States.
- Amos-Cammings, colored, was com
itief Wt jail week before last, by
T161 Justice Liddell, dtarged with
th tirbipg of Mr. Aaron Boggs' gin
.hou,.some tine during the winter.
HA. ioN AND HOME RULE.-PUr
vsulkqi0 acall of the Chairman of th#
Copnty;.;Executive Committee, Ras-.
a o.e D4mooratio Club, will meet at
- A b' BAptist Churdb, Saturday,
t '18th-instant, at 2 o'clock, p. m.,
organite for the campaign, etc.
mbOrd will ploeaso turn out prompt,%
4y . JNO. T. Lzwis, President.
Anderson's Mills, April 4, 1878.
Some ot'our readers complain that
we bave fed them on the report of
lkadical corruption so long they have
iecome sick and nauseated, and desire
a whfalngo. We, therefore, stop the
!, - icatipi for a while, at least, as
i.'tlb we- have 'already published is
'. Mcient.tp damn the party for all
6i. a.to come Buit there is much
' ro belhind, which is equally nause
r. 1, and we may from tino to time
, 14bsh Suncli portions of it as wO tht ink':
"11;e no1t. iLeresting to our reud,
The1. trenesures3 of' thc deepVJ aire niot
ftclarus als areQ the conncouled comn
fit oftg mnnu locked up ini a woman' s
3 stares. that Need not bo Endured
f"eople suffer a get deid of pain iunneces
M.Lilj. Among the tortuxres that need nit be
e h d Mrs those inifliec d by the rheuma
Nmf and ghiout, since the acrid element in
9 N1ooil which produces them by contact
ithe sengit'c cnvering of thc mul80es
ljVntsitdy~ 'be eliminated by the us~e of
i.Lnfattehless depure'nt,. H ostet ter's Stomach
en~s beforo th~e infini~iatory Jymnptomns
.11, developed to any great. extent. W hen it
.eonseidered what exorucint ing t ortures
''Ulatisml inflicts, and whatL a tendency it
*,.whe.n fully developed, to attack the
- M~rt','the Iiviibility of an early use of such
'Hlable antidote becomnes at once apparent.
'The rhoumatic viruts is expelled fronm the
'od by the inereased action of the ~kidneys
h ieh acts as str'ainer's--produced by the
Biters, and the suff'eror will find, if he uses
s:~'upremne defensive agent, that he will
*rotectedt against a ret urn of the agonizing
vplaint- Dyspepsia, fever and ague, liver
aind bowel otplaints and other maladies, are
*' cured by this admirable remedy.
A w HitotoRKA FACT.-E very agent who
has been steadily selling the Improved $20
al&..estead1 Mok Stitch Sewing Machine for
~i b'e years, owns his dwelling house, has a
r atiount in' bank, Is clear of debt, end
money at interest-the natural conse
mae of securing a good agency for supe
Cegeods at the lowest price" A good first
'dhe g Sowing Machge, most i..,eful-reliable
;.t ailtimes, easy to understand and control,
t .ame size anO does the same work as any
m'ai'hines that Bell at Foun Tinsz the price
V'Ter'is no machine at auy price better, or
M will do finer or more work, and certainly
1.nio -so low in\Trica by many dollars. The
IQ-TNAD is .widely Known and used in
P ~Y. usands of families in the Eastern and
iiidte States, and daily becoming popullar
'o West. It will save its cost several
o'.s.goer in one season, doing the 1Work of
the' famify, or will earn four or five dollars a
day for aniy man or woman who sews for a
liig. -. 1t. is the st~ngest machine made, is
re a y all tImes to do ' its 'fork, .miakes the
fdrong nd finest stitch yet invented, and
oknwlegedas the Standard Family
8 Machine. Price, complete for do.
,'e~stio use, reduced to $20, delivered at your
'l-(r, so matter how remote you may reside.
Busine*m ''" - and honorable, with
more certafnT and rapid, sales, and larger
pr i~an any other. En. 'sordinary liberal
*'4Th1m,ade to local or traveli.. agents where
wobaenone established; or, if there is no
sgent near you, send your orde. direct to the
faco Address John H. Kendall & Co.
42t Ba cway, New York.
l' irtu othe power' conferred on rae
by aMort gg executed by 4ohn IH.
Motes, I will sell at Piekens Court House, on
$kleday In May, 1878, at public auction, the
Milowing property, to wit:
L&1l of said Johmn Hi. Motes' undivided One
4 ath interest in that certain Piece, Parcel, or
Act 'ofLand, situate in' the Town of Eastey
in the, unty- of Pickens, in the State et
tbouth arolina, and Known in the Vlat of
asLot No. 5, contaio ng One-'Ifalf
Aore1 more Ot' tess, It being the same whers.
9n heIotel noW stands..
Bal 3br ~AL8t,
Sai Jon HMotes' One-Half Interest in
lie.s91e and exclusive use af the.-Bar and Bil
Jard Rooms.in said Hfotel.
4- -3J 0. HAWTHORNE,
err i, ~f~$ 3 iOrtgagee,
Dj*1v.-John S8tuith died at tho re
sideboe of h% son W. I#, Smith, noar
JDaouvillo, on Monduy' April the firt,
in the 81stryear of his age. For sixl.y
years of Ils life he was an active mOm.
or of the Baptist Cburoh, forty, yoars
of which ho was a Deacon of the
church. He was by profession a
toucher, and many of our citizens who
are beginDing to silver for the grave,
were taught thet alphabet by this
voneral-lo and good man.
. iER OWN WORDS.
BALrTIoU, Mo., Feb. 13, 1877.
Ur. H. R. Sav s--Dear Sir: Since
several years I have got a sore and very. pain
ftl foot. I had some physicians, but they
couldn't cure me. Now I have heard of your
Vegetine from a lady who was sick for a,
time, and became all well from your Vegp
tine, and I went and bought me one bottre,
and after I had used one bottle, the
pains left me, and it begat to heal, and then
I bought one other bottle, and so I take it
yet. I thank God for this remedy and your
self; and wishing every sufferer may pay at.
tentlon to it. It is a blessing for health.
Mrs. C. KRADB, 688 West Baltimore-sat.
SAFE AND SURE.
Mr. H. R. STvaNs-In 1872.your VegetiDe
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 promration, superinduced
by overwork and irregular habits. Its won
derful strengthening and ourative properties
seemed to a'e my debilitated systgem' from
the first dose; and under its -persieteut 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 indorsement, as being a safe, sure,
sad powerful agent in promoting health and
restoring tbeifsted system to new life and
-energy. Vegetine is the only medicine I
use; ande long as I live I never expect to
And a better. Yours truiy, W. H. CLan
120 Monterey-st., Alleghany, Pehn.
THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE
H, R. STvnxs-aDear Sir: This is to c4 ify
that I have used your "Blood Prepar in"
in my family for several years, and hink
that for Scrofula or Cankerous Humo 3 or
Rheumatic affections it cannot be excled;
"nd a 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 such
a medicine. Yours respectfully,
Mrzs. A. A. DiNS MoRE, 19 Brussell street.
WI A T IS NEE DED.
BOSTON, Feb. 1", 1871.
H.- R. 8vVENs-Dear Sir: About one year
since I found myself in a feeble condition
from generaldebility. Vegetine was strong
ly recommended to me. by a ft'iend who had
been much benefitted b~y'its use. 1 procured
th e article, and, after usinig several bottles,
was restored to health; and dlisconl~itnued its
use. I feel qiute confident t hat there is no
medicine aiuparior to It for t hose comiplainits
for which it. is especially prepared, and would
cheerfully recommend it to those who feel that
they need something to restore them to per
fect health. Respectfully yours;
U. L. PsrTTENGILL., firm of S. M.
Pettengill & Co., No, 10 State st., Boston.
ALL 11AVE OBTAINED RElIEF
-Souvu B3EaRicK, Mc., Jan. 17, 1872.
IT. Rt. STIsvJss-Dear Sir: 1 have had dys
pepsia in its worst fo.rmi for t he last ten
years, anud have taken hiundreds~ of dollare'
worth of medicines without. obtpining anzy
relief. In Sept ember last I commenoeol tak-.
ing the Vegetinoe, since which time my health
has steadily improved. My food digests
well, and I have gained fiteen pound s of
flesh. Thoro pg several others in this place
taking Vegetine, and all have obtained relief
Yours truly, Trxos. E. Moons,
Overseer Card Room, Portsmouth Co's Mills.
H. R. STEVEN~S. Boston Mass.
VEGETIN~E is Sold by All D~uggists,
mar 28. 1878 294
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
- COUNTY OF PICE~ENs.
B Y virtue of an execut ion to rme directed,
I will soil to the highest bidder before
the Oourt House door, at Plckens C. II , on
Saleday in May niext., 1878, during the legal
hours of sale, tho following property, to wit:
All that, Tract or Parcel of Land, situat e on
Cane creek, adjoining lands of Rester Nim,
muons, Josiah Chapman, Silas ~Hinckle and
others, containing 280 acres, more or less,
whereon the Defendant, Elijah Hlinokle now
lives. Sold as the property of Elijah Hlinc,
-kle, at, the suit of J1. E. Hlagood.
Alt that portioni of the 'Smith Place," ly
ing on the Pickens side of Toxaway river,
containing ---acres,. a~jolning lands of
the Estate of Samuel Maverick, deceased.
Sold as the property of Elijah Hlinckle, at
the suit of J. E, Hagood. -k
Tzaxs CAsU-Purchasers to pay et tra for
UIf terms not complied with on day of
sale, property _will be resold at risk of former
JOAB MAULDIN, s.p.o.
apr 11,1878 81 :4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF PwKENS.
BY irtue of sundry executlers, to me dl.,
B eoted, I will sell to the highest bidder,
at Pickens Court House, on Monday, 6th day
of May next, during the legal hours of'sale,
thekfllowing property, to wit: Ton.
OneStod HuseandLot in theTonf
Centrol. Lot contatin~yg One-fourthm of one
Aere fronD-igg ont Muiln street, adjoining lots
of L. Ross Eaton, Janes Peek and others.
Levied on as thes rpeveri of Cooro E. Long,
att the spit of Ha~ll & lowland.
TERMB CA$li--Purchaser to pay extra
If ter'mp not'd6omplied with on day qf
sale, property'to be resold aL. risk of forper
JOAI) MAULIN, *.Pr..
anr 1L18378 At -
FALL IN PRIChS.
SECURS AN AGENOY
and .50 or $100 per week
"THR *VEIh AEAVYr ANt RE'eUR OUT OF ORDEs."
*20 SeWING MACHINE 020
For Domestic use.
WITI TA.8bV AMD FiXTURES COx.
PLEr , BED UCED TO ONL r o20.
A perfect and unequaled, large, strong and
durnble Machine, constructed elegant ad
solid, from *the best naterial with mathema,
ticalprecision, for Coftstant Fatmily use or
manufacturing purposes. Always ready at a
moment's notice to 'o its day's wotk, never
out of order, and will last a generatiou with
moderate care; easy to understand and man
age; light, smooth, and slift running, like
th well regulated utovement of a fine watch;
Simple, Compact, Effltietit and Ilellable, with
all the valuable improvements to be found In
the highest priced Machines, warranted to do
the same work, the same way, and as rapid
and smooth as a $75 Machine. An acknow..
ledgcd trumph of ingenious mechanical skill,
essentitry the working woman's friend, and
far in advance of all ordinary Machines, for
absolute Strength, Reliability. and general
usefulness; will Hem, Fell, Tuck, Seam, Quilt,
Bind, Braid, Cord, Gather, Ruffle, -Shirr,
Plait, Fold, Scallop, Roll, Embroider, Run
up Breadths, &c., with wonderful rapidity,
neatness and case, sews the strongest lasting
stitch equally tine and smooth through all
kinds of goods, from cambrio to several thick.
nesses of broadcloth or leather, with Ane pr
coarse cotton, linen, silk or twine. Gives
perfect satisfaction. Wili earn its oost, sev,
eral times over in a season in the work it doe
or make a good living for any man or woman
who desires to use it for that purpose; works
so faithful and easy the servants or children
can use it without damage. Price of Ma
chine with light table, fully equipped for
family work, $20. HALY CASE. UO3Ua, SwNu
DRAWER AND .CAnINET STYLES each at corp
reepondingly low rates. Safe delivery guar.
anteed, free from damage. Explanatory
pamphlets illustrated with engravings of the
several styles of Machines, references, va
riety of sewing, &c., mailed free, Confiden.
Lial terms with liberal inducements to enten
ptising Clergymen, -Teachers, Business Men,
Travelug or Local Agents, &c., who desire
exclusive Agencies, furnished on application.
Address JOHN H. KENDALL & CO., 421
Broadway, New Yoak.
Jan 81, 1878 21 ly
The State of South Caroina
IN PROBATE COURT.
William A. Lay as Executor of the Will of
Charles Middlet on Lay, deceased, and 4e
Devisee and Legatee under the will of said
deceased, Plaintiffs, against Elizabeth
Lay, widow, Matta A. Heater, Mary B,
Nartin, Myra R, Lay, James F. Lay,
Caroline A. Lay, Susan E. Lay, Charles
Lay, Letty E. Newion, children, W. 11
Heister, N. T. Miirtin, J. C C. Newton,
sons-in -law of Charles Middleton Lay,
deceascd,, and devisees and legatees of saic
deceas'ed, Uetend ruts.
Complaint for Relief.
TO the Decfendents in the above stated case
YOU nud eaich of you ate-herebysumlnon
ed anl required to answer the comn
lilaintL n this action, which is Giled in Ct
office of the Judge of Probate, ii and_ fo'
the Couitey and State aforesaid, and serve
copy of your atiswer on the subscribers a
WValhalla, in Oconce 'ointy, 8. C., on flu
Court Hlouse Square, within twenty dayi
after the service of this summons ou you
exclusive of the day of service.
- If you fail to answer the complaint within
that timeu, the Plainuiff will apply to the
Court for the relief deomanded in the com
J. J. NORTON,
W. U. KRIl'r,
Plaiint iffs At tornieys.
Pickens Court Jinuse, South Carolina, Fe
brua~y 28, 1878. W itness, W. 0. Field, Judg<
of Probate for P'iokens County, S. 0., 28tla
February, 18y8. W. -0. FIE LD,
Judge of Probale.
TO Letty E. Newton and husband J. C. ('
Newton, of the foregoing Defendants..
Take notice, that the complaint' and' sumi
mnon8 heroin have been filerd jin the offic'e o>
the Judge of Probate, at the Court Hlous<
for Pickens Comfi, S. C., for the purposet
therein set forth; and that you are required
to appear in the cause by the 18th day of
M~ay, ncxt, or the Plaintiff will apply to th<
cout t for the relief demanded in the corn
3. J. NORTON,
WM. C. KEITH,
Pil ntiff's A ttornys, Walhalla, S. C.
march 7, 1878 28 8
U RELEhVPLL E, 8. .
A. M. SP.EIGHT5, Proprietor
Rg,BELLIS IN TH E ROOMS,\
gune 14, 1877 d0
N OTICE OF FJNAL 8ETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given, that I will ap
ply to W. 0. Field, Probate Judge for Piek.
ens County, to make a Final Settlement el
the Estat.e of J. C. Eaton, deceased, on thi
2.8d April, 1878, and ask to be discharged at
L. ROS8 EATON, Adm'r.
mar 21, 1878 28 5
7NTOTICE TO CRED1TORd AND DEBTORE
All p ersons having demands against the
Estate of .1. C. Eaton, deceased, w ill present
them'properly proved; and those Indebted
will make payment, to the undersigned by
the 23d day of April next.EAOdmr
mar 21, 1878 28 6
To All Whom These Freu
ents May Concern.
A LLd persons~ indebted in the Clerk's Office
for Recording, must come and pay for
their DEEDB and takeo them out of th,~
.cffi ce. After this date no Deeds or othei
Papers will be Recorded, unless the feei
are Paid in Advance.
Jan 8, 1878 17 * 2m
RI, lY. CASEY
hams renmoved to EATON & WATKINS' oh
stand near the Depet, Central, 8. 0., is doe
ing a 8SMAL, Busixnes on A LARaE SCALEn. [
you owe me any thing, comes and see mse, i
I OWE YoU, I will ace you sonic other time~
pnar 28, 187-8 29t 4 '
STATE OF 8OUTHj.CAROLINA,
Columbia, March 18th, 1878.
Whereas, a party of armed:men did on the
9th of March, rescue::throe prisoners frorif
Pickens jail by force and violenoe, and where
as a grave, offence9 has: hereby beenicommit
ted against tle laws of t-hisplate.
Now, (horefore, I. WAnu HAMPTON, GoV
ernor of the State'of South Carolina, in order
that justice may be done and (lie -majesty of
law vindicated, do hereby offer a' reward of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR8 for the appre
hension sad delivery in any jail of this State
of the said person or persons engaged in this
In testimony whereof I have htreunto set my
hand and caused the Great Seal-of
L.S. the State to be affixed, at Columbia,
this 14th day of March A. D. 1878,
and in the one- hundred and second year of
the Independence ,of the United States of
'ADE HAMPTON, Governor,
by the Governor:
R. M. Maxa.
mar 28, 1878, 29 . , 8
Notice U. S. Internal Revenue
U NDER the Revised Statutes of the United
States, Sections 8232, 3287, 8288 and
8289, every person engaged in pny Business,
avocation, or employment, which renders
him liable to a speciai tax, is required to
precuroe and place and keep conspicuously
In his establishment or place of businaas a
STAMP denoting the payment of said special
tax for the special tax year beginning May
1, 1878. -Section 8241, Revised Statutes,
designates who are liable to special tax as
above. Severe penaltiet are prescribed for
non compliance with the foregoing requiro.
ments, or for continuing in business after
April 80, 1878, without payment of tax.
Application shhuld be made to E. M.
BRAYTON, Colleotor of Internal Revenue,
at Columbia, 8. C.
mar it, 1878 28 4
_ POOALE NEFF T
5O rrLrs. -B ATTflOB M ,
GEAL P. OWELL & CO.'S
N ewsimpe Advecrtiig Bauy
From N Y, Timues iDuildinig to No. 10 8prnoe
OProuiTE THEt TRIBUNs BuItrmxe.
1I)1A %Tt'k Retail prico $900 only
~~ $260. Pairlor Organs,
pirice N't0 only $&J3. Paper free. DANIE L
F. BEA.TTY, Washinigton,_N. J.
8SWET w 1!AY
Awarded c a (nt'ntal F~ption (or
Gro iado. At on 1,,, tri tra~o-nark Is ciOS
Imitated on interior go)ods see that Jace~an's Jneor s
Conmprcesed Cad lininue
For Wrlls, Geiinags, etc. Ecady for useo by
adding b~oiling water.
The most durable, beautiful and economical
paint known. Sample cards furnished free
by dealers generally, or by the
A VERILL Chemical PAINT Cc
82 Burling Slip, New York.
Sewing Machine is the easiest selling and
best satisfying in' the market. It has a very
large shuttle; makes the lock stich; is simple
in construction; very light running, and al.
most noiseless. It is impossible for othei
machines to soil in direct competition with
the White. Agents Wanted. A ply fo,
terms to WHITE SEWING MACL1IE CO.
40MIXED CARDS, with name, 10 cents
Agemts 'outfit 10c. L. Jon.s & Co.
9 AFrncy (':rds. Snowflakhe, Marble, etc.,
Ono 2 alike, wit h iInme, 10 eta. Nassas
Card Co., Namwu, N. Y'.
Made any dayh in Pa a iwl Cms~n. Inives
nocordinh gI y..- rkcalA. $10I, $:>0 or $100
in 8T); I, iv I.i'.. nr. bIroing lit a smnal
fortulne to the careful investor. We advi.
whent and how to L3Ierate safely. Book wit
full in formation, Mwas fre~e. Alddrcss orders b
mail Pfnd iefegrapi to IiXl'XTit & CO.,
Baniker-s :and 13ro'.ere, 17 Wall .ht., N.
May 17, 1977 ?e .
Fail to try our Baist Warranted
Garden Soeds and Early Rose Powa
tooe. To dse pure aid reliable oeds
We also 'have the North Carohna
Irish Potato at 75 cents per buRhel.
Onion Setts at 121 per quart. Black
Oats at 75 cents per bushel.
8 ial attention is called to our
Haiman Univorsal. 1o* Ato& k'-the
bost sind cheapest yet invented. Pol..
i8hed Steole Twicterp, Heel*Bolts and
other Farming Implements--whibi
we are selling at
Prices. 'To make room fop an exten
sivo Spr'ing SLock, we are bffeting our
remaining Fall and Winter Stock at
cost, for caBhior barter. It will lighten
To invest ycur money where there Is
the best profit. Cal and examine.
We charge nothing for showing. and
pricing our Goods.
HAGOOD, ALEXANDER & CO.
Pickens C. 11. 8. e.
Feb 28, 1878 26
USUALLY. KET IN AN
M cF A LL'S,
I KEEP GOOD
PRICES TO BuliTo THE HARD
W. T. McFALL.
PUBLIsRUD IN CUARLESTON.
Ometial Jonaa of the City
tlie outh al(New.aper palished is
One Year, by Mail, gg c
81; Months, 4. og
Tri-Weekly, per Anaum, 4 (y
Cirostates In North aind South Carolina
G eorea,, Florida. and Alabama,.
Pnbflshed by the Charleston Publishin
C oora Pae eWIeed by the peopi
, ad pablished in their laterst,
The latest news by mtail ad telegrapi
from ell quarte's, of the globe,
. & Bobseribe at oenee. mia.
miar 9f, 1878
A TTORNEY tOUN8EL OR A f Z4W
GREENVlIsLBE, 3.- 0.
Speoal attontion giten to colieotfia.
April 4, 1878 80- -n
CHARS P. BARRETT, -
ATToRNEY t COUNSELOR 'AT LA W
PICKENS 0. 11., 8. .
(Offj e in the Court H6uee.)
.Wil practio in the 8tate and tedex 1
March 21, 1878
J 8 COraRAN, - J R A CauuI(
Abbeville C H Pickep CIt
COTHRAN & CHILD,
ATTORNEYS 4 CO UNSyiOR# A' LA -
P I C C E N 8 C. 1. 8,. .0
Will. Practioo in all the Courts of the Sait*
and Courts of the United States, for the Dis4
tklct of South Cdrolina.
March 29 1877 29
TAgKE trils meth6d of infomthig alfoarttek
inter'ted, that I willb fbf 4 y @t
Roe. at- Pjalene, Court ietee,* en Os
W P D' 14 E 8 D A Y, and on each BALDA*,
for the purpose *of transaeting 'Sy bas
that comes under my jurisdiction. '
As uey duties as Behool Comisglsioner *111
eouipli me to be absent In difteret of
the County, I appoint these special s for
the beneft of ill concerned. Offieo ,
from 9 a. m. to 4 p. M. -
G. W. .INGLEtON,
Feb 8, 187 22
W1lk1111 W1 iaMu & CL
. Main-St. Gfeenville &..
sardware, Cettery. Guami
FINE TABLE AND POCKET ObTLIi, A
Bar Irou and Ste#l;
Blacksmith'i, Carpenter's and Meohanie's
Builders H ardwnare of evefy description;
Wagon and Carriage Materials;
A full line of Blest Quality Leather sad.Rub
lier Bolthu'g, always- in .to
Fairbanks Atiadad Scale's;
The Hall Safo and Look Company;
Theo "Taylor" Cotton Gin;.
Tucker's Patent Alarm Money Drawer
Also, for the Celebrated Sha.abrger Ilorws
andt Mule Sioes.
We'are grepared to soll Sweedes'trcn af,
the lowest quotations from any markeg ad
still propose to dupiioate involces from'
ern Jobbing lieuse's, Ading Un1ty~~s
feht:WiLKIN8, WILLIAMiS & C.
~reenville, 8.- 0.
SeptO 187755 m .
Piedmont Ali- Line Railway.
1sT TRAIix s1'Afrozq 2b YRAan
12 80 gmGalveston '12 80 pma
5 0p'n R eWOrleans & 00p s
7 26 pm Bay 8tLouIs 7 26 y a
11 256pm Mobile 11l26m g
7 056am Montgohery -7 06 ama
9 456am Opelika 9.46 ami
10 40 am West Point 10 40 a
5600 pm Atlanta :6 00a m
7 001y t iBuford 756.ar%
7 47 p m Gainesville S 35 a ni
8 27 pm Lula 0' - e
9 06p m Mt Airy 0 86 am.
9 40 pm Tfoccoa 10OO6a ni
11 48p m Central12O'pt
1 00 am Greenville .10 m
2 830 a m Spartanburg 2 27 n i
6 09 a mn Gastonia 4 62-p in
7 20 a m Charlotte Junotion .6 00 #
11 1(6 a mn Greensboro '1d 41 p in
1 16 pm Darnvillo 12OB8a a
1388 pm Dundee 1 09 a m
6' 17 pm . Burkeville 4651 a a
7:39 pm Belle Isle .7 20 am
8 00 pm Riohmond 7 45am.
A rrive rrd
1 27 a m Waslhtgton 1 10 p at
3 20 a m Baltimore 8 10 m
G 40 a mn Plidelphia 6 8O@0 l
9 85 arm New Y'ork 10 06 p sa
8 85 p mn Boston 8 00aim
Tr'ain leaving Atflata alt 6 00 m in aewg'
at Dundee, Virginia, witha train for Lfjsq6.
burg; thence direct to Washington city via'
Virginia Midland Route.
laT TRIAN STaTIoNS gD Tatt
900 am .- Boston 700 p
6 80.p m New York S l eat
And by Limited Express 958. m'
9 80 pm Philadelphia 11 48 a sa
12 55 am Baltimore
8 30 a mn Richmond 11 5& y*
856a m Belle Isle 12 00.'gg
10 17 am B3urkeville 2 06 a
2 256pm Dundee 88- a
2 00 pm Danville 6 05a a
5 05p mn -Greensboro 8 268am
8 40 p m Charlotte Junction 11 48 a.
8 48 pidi Charlotte 11 6a
9 28 pm Gastonia 126a m
12 40a m Spartanburg -* 16 p s
2 20 am Greenville 4 88 p '
8 24 am Central & aSp g
5608 am Tooo. 7 16p s
5 48 am Mit ry 8 08 p a
6820 am Luta 8 88 p
(Change oars for At hems; Ga)
6651 a m Gainesvlle 9 06p U
7 50 am lBaford ~ 4 lp a
11380 am A tlanta IIS30a m
4 15pmt West Point 416 pa.
5365p m Opelika . 85pa
-8256p m, Montgomery 82
6 45a m Bay StLouis 84dea.a4
8 80 am New Orleans 8 80 a
Arrive ' Ari'v*
e 0 a m Galvston 00.m
Train ler-ring WashingtoR City, vM
'ginia Midland Route, at 2 47 1,
at Dundee, Virginia, weith south bouh
-of this tine, through to Atsata wad hil