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The wheat crop Is promijing.
Spring chickens are scarce.
Mid dog excitemept has abated.
'fake your county paper.
Eggs plentiful. yet at 8 eents per
Fruit in abundance, if no disaRter
Easter Sunday was the finest
spring day we have had.
Gardens about town are looking
Everv4man in the County should
take THE SENTINEL.
The root of the sassafras placed in
ben's nests will destroy lice.
Independence of character is a great
element in thb roako up of the true
H4w many old women were there
in their gardens last Friday, planting
We have not been able to supply
the demands for TUE SENTINEL for the
last two weeks.
The farmers generally, we think,
aro pretty well up with their work,
but they are planting too much cot
'Rover Is now on the wing. He will
be back in time to don his red shirt
for the campaign.
It is safer to affront some people
than to oblige thorn; for the better a
- man deserve, the worso they will
speAk of you.
Let each Democ*ratic~ Club in the
County be fully represented in the
Cu~nty Convention, which meets on
Saturday, the 4th day of May next.
A tnan who has honest convictions
of his own and not moral courage on
ough to express them, is the greatest
cowaid in the world.
The Sun'lay Schools at. Aecona
Baptist Church and.at the Methodist
Church at this place, are in full opes
ration. We hope they may flourirh,
and every child wlthin reach of thoem
maizy be brought into them.
A few radishes grown with cucunm
besor melonis, will save the latter
gom the ravages of bugs, they dote
(Cuvt worms and white grubs can be
drtiven) away orP deCstroyed by a'lighti
sprir.lk Iing ot valt. A table spoon)fulI
of saltpetve to.bhuct of n~ ater; pour.
nI little around the .YmL.s of plant.
A rThis isi another remedy.
A friend writing us and complaining
of s4omeI of 1,he public r'oads in .thec
"(Our roads aire not passabhle;
N,gnot evenI jackaissable;
Anid if y'cu would travel themn,
You have to down and gravel them."
RlEVENUE oU-rRAGEs.-Trie Comn
mnittee of tliree Grand Jurors, appoin
ted at the lust term of C3ourt for this
County*, by the Hon. T. J. Mackey,
Presiding J udge, to take testimsny in
rogartd ,o outrages commuitted by Re
venuetv officials, will meet in the Grand
Jury Room at Pickens C. H., on che
4th day of May, next All part,ies in
__ possession of any infCrmatiOn con
cerning outrages committed by said
officials, are requested to come fo?
ward and give their testimony.
3 R E. $EELJE, Chairman.
The commission to investigate the
paist indelitedness of this County, con
sisting of Mr. Aaron Boggv, and .Drs.
Clayton and Field, met in t.he offie
of the County Commissioners last,
Thursday. We* have not learned
what 'they determined upon. Trhe
meeting,' we think, was merely f'or
consult,ation. Before the investiga,
tion can begin proper, they will, un
der the law, have to advertise the fact
thirty days in the County paper. This
will enable all the people to knowv
when the invedigation begins. The
cornmission is composed of good men,
and we will noet give an o pinion on
the.8ubject until their labors have
The commnunication of Amicus Pas
tie is not published for the reasoji
that the writsir failed to give us his
E)amo. It is our unalteraule rule to
require the real name of the writer of
a commu nication before we publish it.
Hience it is necessary (if the commu-,
nication is not delivered in pere~on or
Bent by a responsig~ party) for the
author to send us his or her name,
not for publication,.unless it is de
sired, but as a guarantee-of good faith
on the part of the writer. When we
are in pOSBssion of the name and
"nom db plume (if the correspondent
4esires to write over a ."nomn do
' lu me") it is oot necessary to send us
the name after the firvt communica
tion, because we are then, of course,
in plossession of it. Blut in no instance
will a communmcation be published, it
matter's not how worthy or accepte
able to us it may be, unless this r ule
Is complied with. We are anxious to
have letteri from the people on any
subject the~ ,ftay desire to discuss
through our columns, in a proper way,
and again call to their at,ton.tion this
requirement, in order that they may
know what is required to inue
licatlon. WVetrust this till be -
moosbered by our friends, and that'it
willh~ot be n9cessary for us to call
* heir attention to it agakm in the fu.,
J.4L. U .. *. .
S DAOUSVILE, ITEMS.
Wheat is looking fine.
The Spring is unusally forward, and
farmers are stirring around generally.
-Too much Cotton is being planted
this year, and we ("ain't" toat the
word. "us" editors ,use, brother B.?
Well, the pregehers say "we," you
knowthere is but little difforenco in
the two.) Well, as I-no, we-were
AinA to say, we fear bread-stuff will
be unpleasantly- scarce next yent iii
"Snatch,all" is closed for the pres,
ent, while its proprietors -have gone
to work, like eensible men, to malto a
crop, so they can have a little spare
change In the 'all to crdit out to
their customers. /
"Push-Pocket" is as flourishing as
the seasoni-beajutiful spring.
We have had soie sickness and a
few deaths in our township, but the
living are better now. That mule of
Mr. Joe Looper's, Sr., wnich was sick
at court, is dead, and the strange part
of it is the "birds of charity" refuse to
eat their accustom food.
Well, tihat "Soap" agent has bceer
around, got lost and found hiruself
over in Greenville County; but he got
back safe, without any serious damage.
He said he lived about two miles from
Pickens C. H. We know ono thing,
he can make soap quick and fast, and
he is as "slick as soap."
The Democrats of this township aro
to meet., at Dacuevillo on the 4th Sat
urdoy in this month. We hope thero
will be a rousing turn out, as we ex
pect to get ,the promise of that ban
ner next fall.
The debating societies havel been
drooping, but the . one at Puter's
Crock has considerably revived. More
Mr. W. T. McFall has just returned
from Atlanta with a full stock of
Spring Goods. Call and see for your,
Hubbard and the other. revenue
raiders recently arrested for outrages
on innocent c'tizens of Pickens Coun
ty have been 'turned over to the
United States courts. It is to be
hoped that they will get their deserts.
Tortures that Need not be Endured.
People Buffer a great deal of pain unnieces
sarily. Among thie tortures that~ needi not be
endured are those inflicted by the rheuma
tism and ghout, since the acrid elemnt in
the blood which prod1uces t hem hy contacet
wiulh the sensitive covering of the muscles
and jois mniy be eliminated by the uise of
that matchless depuren4., llostertter's Stomaichi
Bit ters, before lhe infiammat ory symp itomus
are developed to any great extent. Whe~n it
is coneidered what exc.ruciatirng tortures
rheumatism inflicts, and what a tendency iL
hats, when fully developed. to at tack the
heart, the invisibillity of an early use of' such
a reliable anitidota becomes at once ap::arent.
The rheutimn c virus is expelle from the
blood by the increased action of ie kidneys
-which acis as stra iners-produtced by tie
liiters, and the sufferer will sind, if he uses
this supreme defensive agent, that lhe will
be protected against a return of thie agonizing
complaint- Jy psia, fever and agute, liver
and bwlcomrn s arid other maladies, are
also cured biy this odmirable remedy.
AN HISTon1I.A. FACr.-EVer'y agent who
has heen steadily selling thp Improved $20
Homestead Lock Stitch Sewing Machine for
thyee years, owns his dwelling house, has a
goodl aiccount in bank, is cleair of dlebt, arnd
hats money at interest-the natural conse
quenae of securing a good agency for supe
rior goods at the lowest prices. A good first
class Sewing Machine, most useful-reliable
at all times, easy to understand andl control.
the same size and dloes the same work as any
machines that sell at Foun TIMEs the priCe
There is no machine at any price better, or
that will do finer or more work, n'nd certainly
none so low in price by many dollars. The
IIoMESTBAD is widely Known and usedl in
thousands of families in the Eastern and
Middte States, and daily becoming popular
in the WYest. It will save its -cost several
times over in one season, doing the work of
the faimily, or will earn four er five dlollars a
day for any man or woman who sews for a
living, 1t 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 acknowledged as the Standard Faumily.
Sewing Machine. Price, complete for do
mestic use, reduced to $20, delivered at your
door, no matter how remote you may reside.
Business permanent and honorable, with
more certain and ri(pid sales, and larger
profits than any other. Ext raordinary liberal
offers made to local or traveling agentsa where
we have none established; or, if there is no
agent near you, send your order direct to the
factory. Address John H. Kendall & Co.,
421 Br oadway, New York.
STOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEIBTOlIS
All persons h,avitt demands against the
Estate of 0. WV. COOPER, deceased, will pre
sent them duly attested; and those indebted
will make payment to the uindersignedl.
J. J. LE)VIS, Adm'r.
apr 25, 187a 38 5
NTOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEM1?NT
. otice is hereby given, that I will ap
ply to W. 0. Field, Probate Jumdge, for P'ick
pens County, on '95th May. next, for leave to
make a final settlement of the Estat e of GI.
W. COOPER, deceasd, and ask to be dis
charged as Administrator.
J. J. LEWIS, Adnm'r.
apr 25, 1878 33 5
Mortgagee' s Sale
B3Yirture of the p6wer conferred on me
by Iortgage executedh by John H1.
Motes, I will sell at Pickens Court House, on
Saleday in May, 1878, at public auction, the
following property, to wit:.
All of said John H1. Motes' undivided One
Sixth interest in that certain Piece, Parcel, or
Lot of Land, situate fin tme Town of' Easley.
in the County of Pickens, t * the State of
South Carolina, and Known' in the PIat of
said Town, as Lot No. 6. contain ng One-Ha nlf
Acre, more or less, it being the same where .
on the Hotel now stands.
Said John HI Motes' One-Half Interest in:
the sole and exclusive use of the Blar anjd Bil
liard Rooms ii said Hotel.
ap 11, 1878 31 - 4
, , ,
NEW AD VERTISEM ENTS.
3 ET HAVI
Awarded A Pr at Centennial Exposition for
SCA!n gaUaan exceRvice and lstling char
ador Of ning an aaoring. The bemt tobacco
e. As our lue ship trade-mark Is close
tated on Infor boo e,that a zBe.
t;Yevery .8so.1d afll deaverm f sirmvte
to . A. ~ Aa Ole &0., Mfts., Petersburg,Ve -
OXNERAL AGENTS FOR THE
Iuited States Cartridge Col.
MANUFACTURERS OF TilE
Solid Head, Reloading, Military and Sport.
ing, Central Fire
C A RT R I DG ES1
k1so Rim Fire Ammuni(tpn for Pistols and
Rifles. Cartridgo Cases. Sawed and Patch
!d Bullets, Primers, Re-loading Tools, &o.
3eid for Illustrated Catalogue. 300 Broad.
way, New York City.
S ' MILL MEN. If you nead a
O . good Saw-Gummer, or Saw
rooth Swage, write to J. W. MIXTER SAW
root, Co. (Agents Wanted) Templeton,
TO 11Vfj v1RAT THI&LVER
ANO 0 R * ONIC 0
.EI \NVER DIARNE,
ERAL ANE SUMMERCOMPLAI
FOR DISEASESOF s " IUSNEPSA
,jor 'anphles saddress DR. SANronu. New Yoik.
riite Co-Operative Newspa
It has 'been asserted that one-half of all
rnoney paid by New York advertisers for ad
vertising outside of that, city goce to Co-ope
If this statement, is true there is no occa
ion foe surpri!c that yrominent papers which
ire still charging war prices for advertising
ecel called upon to au1)1se a rival witi which
hey find themselves unable to maintain a
Full par;iculars about the Co,opera!tve
>ewspnpers, together with catalogues and
idvertising rates mailed free on application
o BEALS & FOSTER1, G eii'l Ag'ts American
Newspaper Union, 41 Park Row,.N. Y.
0%MIXED CARDS, with name, 10 cents.
Agents outfit 10c. L. JoNs' & Co.,
Nassau, N. Y,
0JI AA3UN S $65. Piano,; retail
price S510 onl $135.
Great hiargainis. BEA TTY, Washington, N..J.
Fancy Cards, mixed4 in 2un styles, or 10
20 Choos w ith naime, 10. ets. Nassau
L'ard4 Co., Nassau~im, N. Y.
PK b&OR(AAN1~ War over.
I.rio~n & lb-Aris ho1( ldie lield and compete
wviith t he~ w.oil. 1.00') Siiperbl iustrumiient s
froir IH eliaible Makhers at. Fietory 1ties~ -
Every ma bi3 own :i enlt . POttem1) pries to
F ift.een do vs Iirrial. Maheris' namles on all In
strumients. Erqua:re dialing. the honest truth,
rind best bai:i orti ini t.he U. M. From S50 to
Si10tTact ually saved in igiying from Luddhen &
I ta Ies' Sc uthIern WhIiol'esale Pianio an.. Gi giau
Depot, ;av'unnahi, Ga.
PUL!MO~NIA is a certaint remedy
for ConsumnpIi on. A'\sk 'oyou4 driii l~t for it.
D ircujlars free. A ddress ( . 0. Moses, 18
oirl nd '-treet, Ne Yiork.
THE UNEQUALLED JAS, LEFFEL DOUBLE
P ORTABLE AND STATIONARY
SAW, ILOUB AND GRIST MILLS,
* BAF!mNG,ULLEYS AND HANGERS
MAres POOLE & HUNT,
sen fo iculrs. BAL IOR/MD
STATE OF SOU 1.11 CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF PICK Nas.
B Y virtueC of an execution to mie dlirect ed,
I will sell to the highest hidder before
lhe G ourt IIouse dloor', at Pickenus C. 1I , on
Baledlay inl Maiy next., 1878, ding the legal
.ours of sale, the following priopi rty, to wvi:
All t hat Tract or Parcel of Landl, sit ante on
Canc creek, adjoining -lands of' lester Nim,
mons1, J osiaIh (hapmian, S il as Ilinc k le anad
athIners, con taiiniig '28) acres, miore or l em s,
whieres, thie Defendant, Elijah II incke ncIow
lives. Sold as the property of El~ijahi 1ilinc-.
kle, at the suit of .J. E4. liiagood.
All that portion of' theo "Smith Place,"' ly
ing on the Pickeins side of' Tloxaway river.
coint ainIin g -- acreM, adj oiing laund.4 of
lhe Estate of' Samuiiel Maverick, decea'ed.
Sold as the 1,roperty of Elijah Ilinckle, at
thle suit of J . E, lngood.
Tr.nIMs CASH -Purchiasers to pay extra for
191 terms npt complied withI on day of
sale, p)roperty wvill be resoldl at risk of former
JOAll MAULDIN, s.P.C.
a pr1 11, 1878 * 31 4
STATE OF SO UTHL CAROLINA
COUNTY O5F ICKOENS.
1)Y virtue of sundry executiors, to mec di.,
.) rected, I will sell to the highest bidder,
at Picke.ns Court House, on Monday, 6th day
of May niext, during thle legal hours of sale,
the following prop)erty, to wit:
One Store llouse and Lot in the Town of
Central. Lot containing One fourth of one
Acre; fronting on Main street, adjoining lots
of L. Ross Eat on, .James Peek aind others.
Lecvied on as thne property of Cicero E. Long,
at fl1e suit of Hall & Rowland.
TERIMS CAShl-Purchaser to pay extra
mejf terms not complied with on day of
sale, property to be resold at risk of former
pr I 878 JO.AB MAULDIN, s.p.o.
FALt. IN PRICEZS.
SECURE AN AGENCY
and $50 or $100 per week.
"THE EVEIL READY AND NEVER OUT Of ORDRN."
020 SEWING MACHINE 020
For Domestic use.
WIT1 TABLY AMD FIXTURES COM.
PLETE, REDUCED TO ONLY $20.
A perfect and unequaled, large, strong and
durable Mmchine, constructed elegant and
solid. from the best, material.with mathema.
tical precision, for Constant Fa'mily use or
manufacturing purposes. Always ready at a
mioment's notice to do its day's work, never
out of order, and will last a generation with
moderate care; easy to understand and man.
age; light, smooth, and swift running, like
the well regulated movement of a fine watch;
Simple, Compact., Efficient and Reliable, 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 $76 Machine. An acknow.
ledged triumph of ingenious mechanical skill,
essentia ly the working woman's friend, and
far in advance of all ordinary Machines, for
absolute Strength, Reliability and goneral
usefulness; will I1em, Fell, Tuck, Seam, Quilt,
Bind, Braid, Cord, Gather, Ruffle, Shirr,
Plait, Fold, Scallop, Roll, Embroider, Rup
up Breadtha, &c., with wonderful rapidity,
Ecatness and eae, sews the strongest lasting
stitch equally tine and smooth through all
kinds of goods, from cambric to several thick
nesses of broadcloth or leather, with fine or
coarse cotton, linen, silk or twine. Gives
perfect satisfaction. Will earn its cost- sev
eral t imes over in a season in the work it does
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. HALF CAsE. CoVER, SIDE
uAwn ANI) CABINET STYLES each at core
re-pondingly 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
tial terms with liberal inducements to enter
prising Clergymen, Teachers, Business Men,
Traveling or Local Agents, &c., who desire
exclusive Agencieso furnished-on application.
Address JOHN II. KENDALL & CO., 421
Broadway, New Yoak.
Jan 31., 1878 21 ly
Notice U. S. Internal Revenue
UNDER the Revised Statutes of the United
States, Sections 3232, 3237, 3238 and
3239, every person engaged in any Business,
avocation, or employment, which renders
him liaible to a special tax, is required to
priocu1rce and place and keep conspicuously
in Is estalishmlent or place of busiuass a
STAMP denoting the payment of said special
tamx for the special tax year beginning May
1, 1878. Sectioni 3244. Revised Statutes,
designiates who aire liable to special tax as
above. Severe penatltie! are precibed for
non comp11lianlce with the fo4hoing require,
ments, or for cont.inuin g ini bus iness after
April 81. 1878, witiflout, payment of tax.
A p'! i cation shhIiuld. be made to E. M.
BIl AYTO1( N, Coll'ct or of'li Intral Re venue,
at Cobiuaia, 8. C.
mar 21, 187'8 28 4
To All Wlaomu Thaese Pres
ents~ May Conicern.
A LL persons indeb,tedl in the e?lerk's Office
-for Recordinag, mtust. conie antd pay for
heir l)EED S and take t hemi out otf the
ofnice. Alter this date no Deeds or other
Papers wi.ll be Recorded, unless tho fees
are raid in Advance.
J. J. LEWIS, c.c i'.
J,n 3, 178 17 2nm
C AM PA IG N.
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arnd fromr Week to W oek,
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in all the counties are invited to aid us in
swelling our Caampaign Subscription Lists,
which ought to include every intelligent voter
in the State.
RIORWA N & D)AW SON, Proprietors.
Charleston, S. C.
ap 4, 1878 30
Made any (day in PUTS and CALLN.' Invest
according to your means. $10, $60 or $100,
in S-rOcK PR1v1LF.oF., has brought a small
fortune to 'the careful investor. We advise
when and how to operate safely. Book with
full information sent free. A ddress orders by
mail and telegrat ph to Ms XTER & Co.,
Bankers and DSAkers, 17 Wall Afl., N. Y.
May 17, 1877 8t. 1
Fail -to try our Buist Warraqod
Gardon Seeds and Early Rose Pota
t;oes. To use pure and reliable Seeds
We also have the North Carolma
Irish Potato at 75 cents per buAhel.
Onion Setts at 121 per quart. Black
Oats at 75 cents per bushof.
Spechil attention is called to our
Hainan Universal Plow Stock-the
best and cheapest yet invented. Pol,
ished Steele Twister", Heel Boilts and
other . Farming Implements-which
we are selling at
Prices. To make room for an exten
sivo Spring Stock, we are offering,our
remaining Fall and Winter Stock at
cost, for cash or barter. It will lighten
To invest ycur money whore there is
the best profit. Call 4nd examine.
We charge nothing for showing and
pricing our Goods.
11AGOOD, ALEXANDER & CO.
Pickens C. 11. S. C.
Feb 28, 1878 25
USUALLY KEPT IN AN
'4,. W se
M cF A LL'S,
I KEEP GOOD
SUJISTA N TIAL
PRICES TO SUI1> TUE IIA[RI]
W. T. MIcFALL.
Jan 10, 1878 18
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The oheapest D)aily Newsyaper pulished ii
the SouthI Atlantic States.
OThe Year, by Mail, $g (,(
Six Months, 4 O(
Tri-Weekly, per' Annum, 4 O(
Circulates in North and South Carolina
Georgia, Florida and Alabama.
Published by the Chiarleston Pu6lishin
A D)emocratio Paper owned by the peopi
and publishecd in their Interest,
The latest~ 'Ww by mail and telegrapi
from all quarters of the globe,
I ii Snbsoribe at Onoq. -me
L. M, CLYDE
ATTOR9BY 4. COUNSELOR AT LAW
GREBNV.ILLE, 8, C.
Special attention given to collections.
April 4,188 80' ' M
CHARLES P. BARE--TT,..
A TTORNY 4- COUNEL OR AT' LA W,
PICKENS.C. H., 8. C.
(Office in School Comnissioner'3 Oice.)
Will pravtice in the State and Federal
March 21, 187W 28
J S COTHRAN, R A CuILI,,
Abbeville C I j ' Pickens C If
COTHRAN & CHILD,
A&TORNEY8 4' CO UNSELO-RS AT L.A W
PICKENS C. II. S. C.,
Will Practice in all the Courts of the State
and Courts of the Uited States, for the Dis.
trict of South Carolina.
March 29 1877 29
I TAKE this method of informing all parties
interested, that I will be found in my of
floe, at Pickens Court House, on each
W E D N E 8 D A Y, and on each SALEDAT,
for the purpose of transacting any business
that. cotnes under my jurisdiction.
As my duties as School Commissioner will
compell me to be absent in different parts of
the County, I appoint these special days for
the benefit of all concerned. Office hours,
from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
G. W. SINGLETON,
Feb 8, 187' 22
WilkinIq Wi1iu &ICs
Main-St. Greenville S. C.
wfhdde1. 1 " Rehail M~aOM In
lardware, Outlery, Guirm,
FINE TABLE AND POCKEsT CUTLERY, A
Bar Iron and Steel;
Blacksmnit h's, Carpentecr's and Mechan ic's.
Builders Hardware of every description;
Wagon and Carriage Materials;
A full line of Best Qualify Leather and Rub
ber Belting, always in st ock; -
A gellis fa'
Fairbanks Standard Scales;
The H all Safe and Lock Comi'any;
The ' Taylor" Cotton Gin:
Tucker's Patent Alarm Money Drawer
Also, for the Celebrated Shaenberger horse
and Mule Shoes.
We are preptred to sell Sweedes Tron at
the lowest quotations. from any manrkets, andI
still propose to duplicate invoicesi from North
ern Jobbing Houses, adding only actual
WILKINS, WILLIAMS & CO.
-Greenville, S. C.
Sept 6, 187752m
Piedmont Air Line Railway.
1sT TRAIN STATrONs 2n TRAIN
Leave ' Leave
12 30 p m Galveston 12 80 p mn
- 6 00 p mn New Orleans 6 00 p mn
7 26 p mn Bay St Louis 7 20 p mn
11 25 p mn Mobile 11 25 p in
7 06 a mn Montgomery 7 06 a mn
9 45 a in Opelika 9 45 a m
10 40 a im West Point 10 40 ft m
6 00 pm Atlanta 6 00 am
7 00 p m Buford 7 55 a mn
7 47 p mn G ainesville 8 85 a m
8 27 pm Lula 9060a m
- 006 pm Mt Airy 9 3 a m
9 46 pm Toccoa 10 06 am
11 48 p m Central 12 01 p m
1 00 a mn Greenville 1 08 p mn
2 30 a m Spartanburg 2 27 p m
5 09 a.m Gastonia 4 52 p mT
7 20 a mn Charlotte Junction 6 00 p mn
11 16 a mn Greensboro 10 41 p mn
1 16i p mn Lrtnville 12 58 a
1 38 p in Dundee 1 00 a mn
5 17 p mi Burkevillo 4 51 a mn
7 39 p) m Belle Isle 7 20 a m
8 00 p mn Richmond 745 a mn
1 27 a mn Washington 1 10 p mn
8 2t) a m Baltimore .3 10 p m
6 40 a mn Philaidelphmia 6 50 p mn
S35 a m New York 10 05 pim
8 35 pm lUoston 8 00a m
rain leaving Atlata at 6 Of) p mn connects
at Dundee, Virginia, with traini for Lynch.
burg; thence dhireCt to Washington City via
Virginia 4lidland Route.
1sT TBaNa STATIONS 2u TnAIN
Leave Leave a
9 0a in Boston 7t00 p mn
6 30p mn New Ytork 8 15 a mn
And by Limited Express 9 25 a m -
o 3") p in Philadelphia 1i 46 a m
12 5 aim Baltimnoro 5 00 p m
6 30 a in Richmond 11 35 p m
3 55 a mn Belle Isle 12 00 ni'g
. 1 17 a in Burkeville '2 06 a in
2 25 pm D)undee 5 8Ha m
2 Of) p mn Danvillo 6 05 a mn
5 0(> p mn Greensboro 8 26 a mn
8 40t p in Charlotte Junct ion 11 45 a mn
8 48 p in Charlotte 11 55 a in
9 23 pm Gastonla 125a m
12 46 a m Spartanburg 3-15 p mn
2 20 a mn Ureenvillo 4 35 p m
3 24 a in Central 5 88 p m.,
5603a m Toccoa 7 15p m
5 43 am MtAiry 8O05pzm
6 20 am Lul:i 8
(Change cars for Athlens; Ga)
6 5)1 a mn Gainesville 9 05 p rm
7r50 ain Buford 9A4lpnm
11 30 a in Atlanta 11 30 a im
4 16 p in West Point 415 p in.
5 35pim Opelika 5 35p m
:8 25 p in Montgomery 8 25 p m
8 15 am Mobila 3156a m
6 456am laty St Louis 6 44 a m
8 30 am Mew Orleans 8S80a m
8 00 am Galveston 8 00a m
Train leaving Washingt0 Ciiy, 'via Vir..
ginia Midland Route, at 2 47'a mi, tonnects
at Dundee, Virginia,.with south bound train
of this line, through to Atlanta and all South
-western point.. , n 1, 1878