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W. Walker will pteach at
tbl T1oe X t6 anday
v. W. B. Singleton will preach at
Who wilf 'present u4 with the first
watermelon next summer.
The matrimonial outlook is very
It is said, b ohrsw, . i not "live as
lobg asMa .0To need of a
Tb. bed bugs will soon make their
N reports .about mtd dogs this
The cats are p!aylng havoo wih
t4e.young chickens about town.
The .Enon Baptist Sunday Sohool is
flurishing. It numbers 165 mnem
- 06e of our neighbors says the red
foxes has grabbled up his :potatoes and
out off his peas.
Bolton 0. Ambler killed a fine tur
ky, on Brown's Mountain, last Friday
W. A. Rogers killed a mad dog in
the lower portion,of the County the
",' af Wi 6-ha n,d' its appear
ance,aind a fVl stock now on hand.
A. large yield may be expected.
.Whe a man has no bils against
bima he tels as though he belonged to
M. E. Anstl, Esq., a rising young
lawyer of GreenvillG waa in town last
Saturday, looking after business con,
nected-with his profession.
The Committee appointed by Judge
Mackey tp investigate the outrages
committed by Revinue officials on un,
offending citizens, meets at this place
next Saturday. All having complaints
to make should be present.
We return thanks to Judge Field
fo- a fine mess of deliscious straw
berrie-. The yudge is a true granger
and has now the finest garden in the
PROMTED.-fur fellow townsman
Capt R. A. Child has been commiss
siofl'ea, by the Governor, Judge Advo
cyte ofth li1th Brigado, 3d Division
of Volunteer State Tr'Loops, wvith tho
rankc as Major.
- Read the advertisements of' Fales cf
valuable proplerty, to bo sold by thie
Clerk and Sherifi, on Mondaiy neCx(,
anud come to towni pr'Jpar-d to biuy
- y6ar#elf rich.
Ballou's Monthly Magaizin~e for May
is replIete, as uisuaLl, with the chtoico,st
rwad'ng matter, It is pubbllIshed by
TAhonies &~ Talbot, 28 Ilawley Street,
3$~,torney of this plaice who had
inlvestmlisi papi tal in horse collars,
infrJs.us that ho has sold out, and
ilok~ O~poses to pocket the proceeds,
i Ebanruptt~y and let his cre
10 076'-l Helena. Wo hope
tenv report nx,vk from the
one who invested in hoino made jen s.
#L'he two colored boys who wore
confitted in jail for having developed
cdrtain'traits more becorning the bo,
vjne and caniine spcCies of the- animal
creation, such as barking, biting,'but
ting ard occasionally rearing up be,
Mdd'lige the mble, were taketi to the
hanIu last Thursday by Mr. W. T.
sears and Robert Ellis.'
Wlearn that Captain Au8ell, our
rwap ointe d County Treasuror,
n w is bond ready ,ard will file
itbfore, the! Joard ba Cournty Corn.
sniesionera at their next meetiing for.
theirbapprovalk We notice nearly all
otheir'Treaisurers in the State havo
- ad VrtisedViat they would open1 their
b.ob). eilib.e first May. The Board
should call an early rneoting to ap
prove Capt. Russe1lls bond.
J.oh1 .1I. Kendall .& Co., of 421
*Brda'a, N. 'Y., are now off'ering
thleir valuable Homestead Lock Stitoh
(Sping~ Machines for the low price of
$0. ;This puts a~ first class machine
within the reach of all, and by p)ur,
dhlial 'you will find it to be a money
labor saving i'n batment, S;e
'* &EbN1NUE OUTRAGEs..--TheO Corn
fifttdetof three,Grand Jurors, apoin..
~a the last term of' Court thr is
,~.oy by the Hon, T. J. Mackey,
Pveklg J udg'e, to take testimsny in
redtit outrages committed by Re.
d'e bficials, will meeot in the Grand
~4Rioom at Pickens C. H., on the
.44 day of May, next. A[l parties in
poesession of any information con
corning outrages committed by said
offiils,. are requested to come-for-.
wardatand give t heir testimony.
7 8 'R.E. STEEEE, Cbairman.
1,t.lesrumnored that the revenue of.
tea1s run up with Redmond one da~y
last weok, and that Redmond refue,
I jo Aurrender and attempting to
4t:lhi s escape, i.he offioers opened
,~ppon him. Redmond returned
14 fire, still retreating. The skin on
eh BAok of one of the officer's nook
Wd .by a ball from Redmond's gun
~h~Mr. Fisher, a citizen, who was
Wi the />fflets (whether as a pris
9911 bor~ noting in another capacity is
no t nown) had his arm broken by a
bidil horb ths samnegun. Mr. Fisher's
hM2aliso shot from under hinf.
e %venot hoard the particulars of
tb e shooting, nor do we know wheth.
er thbe.it auf tiuth in the statement.
V e 4taawd ben.told this, however, and
pw5oidsi f,rwat it le 'wort5..
~ ~ ~- - .
t 0 0r
ea nd kh~bal,~tj4
lie M UI n of heir 0
ahd strength in Ayer's Satsaparilla.
I% is the most potent of all the alter
atives to purify the systetn and clense
the blood. It possoss invigorating
qualities, so that it' stmul%tes the
faded-vitalitica and purges out the
corruptions which mingio with the
blood, promoting derangement and
de&y. We are assured by many in
telligent physiclans that this medi,
ene cures beyond all others of its
kitW, and we can fortify this state.
nent by our own experence.-Athol
Th twp olored ib Ae;!th e
AsiVInai fast. we or-A6fu% and
snapping, has put all the ohilden in
town to barks Ing. Op last Monday
evening a score of them opened under
our sanctum window, and we thought
"h- had broke loose in Georgia;"
but "our Devil" taking in the situa
tion, administered a few dippers of
cold water and-well there is always
a calm after a storm.
Office seekers are 'abroad in the
land and 'he following order of con
versation is their popular style:
Office seeker-How d'ye do?
Office seeker-How's your wife?
Office seeker-Your daughter well?
Office seekoe.41ow's the boys?
Office seeker-The baby's teething
easily I suppose?
Voter-Tolablel , How's your tam
Office seeker-Ahl rey, dear fellow
they are all tolable thank you,
The Antecedents of Disease.
Among the antecedents of disease
are inertness in the circulation of the
blood, an unnaturally attenuated (on,
dition of the physique, indicating that
the life curent iR deficient in nutri
tive,proporties, a wan, haggard look,
inabilitsy to digest the food, loss of' ai1)
petitee, sleep and strength, and a sen
sation of unnatural langour. All those
may be regarded as among the indi
citt of approaching disease, which
will evidently atack the system and
overwheolm it, if it is not built up and
fortified in advanco. Invigorate,.theni
without loss of time, making choico of'
the greatest vitalizing agent cxtant,
ILottter's Stomarch Bitters, an elixir
which has given health and vigor to
imyriads of the sick and debilitate-d,
whieb is avouched by physicins and
analysis to bo pureo as well as citective,
which is iminensely plaUtr in iI
country, and extensively used abroad
and which has been for ycars past one
of the leading medical staples of
Thoe Artesian well in Charlecton is
pouring out 155 gallons of water a
There are twenty candidat,es for thec
marshalship of the town of' Florence.
AN HISTORICAL FAct.-Every agent who
has been steadlly selling the Improved $20
HIomesteald Lock Stitch Sowing Machine for
three tears, owns his dwelling house, hias a
good account in bankc, is clear of debt., and
hase money at interest.-the natural conse-.
quenae of securing a good agency for'supe
rior goods at t.hodowest prices. A good first
class Sowing Machine, most useful--reliable
at all times, ogsey to understand and conitrol.
the sattne size 'and 'does the same work as any
machines that sell at Foun TIMEs the price
There is no machine at ny price better, or
that wilt do finer or more , ork, and certainly
none so low in price by- many dollars. The
llOMESTEAD is widely Enown and used in
thousands of families lin the. Edstern and
1Aliddte States, and daily becoming popular
in the West. It will save its cost several
times over in one season, vdqing the Worksof
the ftmlly, ot' will este four or five dollats a
day for any man or woman who sews for a
living. It is the strongest machine made, is
ready at all timqs to do its work, makes the
strongest and i 6est stitch yet invented, and
hs fully acknowledged as the Standard Family
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 rapid sales, and larger
pronits than any other. Extraordinary liberal
offers made to local or traveling agents where
we have none established; or, If' there is no
agent boear you, send your order direct to the
factory. Address John l . Kdal1 & Co.,
421 Br oadway4'New Edth.. '-'rib i A
NOTICE TO CRtEDITORS8 AND DEBTORS
.11persons havipag demnands against the
Estate of 0. W. OOOPER, deeased% will pre
sent them duly attested; 'ad these Indebted
will maske payment to the'undersigned,
J.J LEWIS, Adm'r.
apr 26, 1878 88 6
N OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
.Notice is hereby given, that I will ap-~
ply to W. 0. FIeld, Probste Judge, for Pick-.
ens County, og %5th May next, for leave to
make ab fnal settlement of the Estate of 0.
W. COOP'ER, deceaad, and ask to be dis
charged as Admisilstrator.
J. J. LEWIS, Adm'r.
apr 26, 1878 83 6
B Y virtuq of the power conferred on me
by a Mortgage executed by John II.
Motes, I will sell at Pickens Court House, on
Saleday in Mi&y, 1878, aL public auction, the
following property, to wit:
All of said John H. Motes' undivided One
Sixth Interest Ina that certain Piece, Parcel, or
Lot of Laud, situate in- the Town of Eaisley.
in the County of Plekens, in the St.ate of'
8oulth Carolisa, and Eunown in the Phlt of'
said.Town, as Lot No. 6, contai ng O)ne-Ilalf
Acre, more or less, it being the same .where .
on the Hotel now stands.
Said John 11 Motes'-One-Hlaif rfotrest in
the solgnd exclusive urso of tihe Baor and il
liardl Rooms in said Hotl
J. Q. H.AWTHORNE,
am 11- 1872 a
apr 11, 18T8
Cho CEO Tobacco
Awarded Aat Centenntal xposton for
odor o *eosn(V nd=nsee and laAtThe eAs a
over made. A* or bluo strip trade-me-k Is a
Imitated on infarier d., e that Jnoka'e
to. et plug. Soldny a"1oer.. Bea forgodfo
fe.t *A. JACK801i A Co., XmtI., Psoanburg, 16.
FOWLER & FULTON,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR Tf(*
1,ited States Cartridge 0..
MANUFAOTURRs OF THEI
Solid Head, Reloading, Military and Sport
ing, Central Fire o
C A Ift T R I D G E S1
Also Rim Fjre Ammunition- for Pistols and
Rifle.. Cartridge Cases. Sawed and Patch
ed Bullets, -Primers, Re-loading Tools, &c.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue. 800 Broad
way, New York City.
MILL MEN. If you nead a
good Saw-Gummer, or Saw
Tooth Swage, write to J. W. MIXTER SAW
TOOL Co. (Agents Wanted) Templeton,
TO 14 S D I ITH IVER
LIVER . D' 'a
FOR DI8EASO. SPEPAL
LNYERSTIMACH c~ m
,Forlamphlets address Da. S"FOxv. New York.
The Co-Opelrative Newspa
It has been asserted that one-half of all
loney paid by New York advertisers for ad
vertising outside of that city goes to Co-ope
If this Ftatement is tru6 thero Is no occa
sion foe surprise that prominent papers which
are still charging war prices for advertising
feel called upon to abuse a rival with whiqh
they. flnd themselves unable to naintSin
Full particulars about the Co.opeattve
Ne*s4pers, Jogother with. catalogues iad
advertising rates mailed free on application
to BEALS & FOSTER, Gen'lAg'ts American
Newspaper Union, 41 Park- Row, N. Y.
40 MIXE1R CARDS, with name, 10 cents.
Agents outfit 10c. L. JoNEs & Co.,
Nassau, N. Y,
oR ' AN S 1)1pice $280 only
"'"" '" pce $510 only $135.
G3reat bairgaiins. B~A'TTY, Washington,_N.J.
O ' Fancy Cnrds, mixed in 2G styles, or 10
,/U Chromos, with name,. 10 cts. Nassau
Card Co., Nass~au, N. Y.
PiANo & ORGAN War over.
t)rI '4 & BA-rea hold the field and comnpet e
with the world. 1,000 Superb Instruments
from~ Reliable M akers at Factory Rates.
lSvegry man hiiS own ageut. Bottomu prices to
all. New P,anos, $135, $150, $179. New
Orgahns, $10, 250, $67, Six years guarantee.
Fifteen days trriaLl. Makers' names on al.l In
strumuents. Square dealing, the honest truth,
and best bargains in the U. S. From $50 to
$10Q actually saved in buying from J.udden &
Baires' So'utherun Whmolesal e Piano-and Organ
Depot Saysunah, On.
I"ULMIONA is a certain remody
for Consumptinn. Ask your druggist for it.
Cirenilars free. Address 0. 0. MosE:s, 18
Cortlandc street, New York.
THE UNEQUALLED JAS, LEFFEL D0UBLEW
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY
ST* AddM ENGILE STEMU81L R
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
CoUNTY OF PICKE~N8.
B Y vlrtuo of an execution to me directed,
I will sell to th6 highest bidder before
the Qourt House door, at Pickens C. H , on
Saledny in May next, 1878, during the legal
hours of s:de, the following property, to wit:
All that Tract or Parcel of Land, situat e on
Cane creek, adjoining lands of liester Nim,%
mons, Josiah Chnym:an, Siklas Jlinckle and
others, containing 280) acres, more or leus,
\vlieo t,b.e Vfendant, Elijah Hinckle now
h ves. Sold as the property of Elijah Hine.,
kle, at the suit of J. E. Hagood.
All that portion of tho "Smith Place," ly
ing on the Pickens side of Toxaway river,
containing acres, adjoining lands of
the Estate of Samuel Maverick, deceased.
Sold as -the yTroperty of Elijah Hinckle, at
the suit of J. E. Hagood.
TrEnus CAsu---Purchiasers to pay extra for
li1,If terms not complied with on day of
sale, properly will be resold at risk of former
JOAB MAULDIN, s.r.o.
apr 11,1878 81 4
.S ~heriff's. Sale..
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF .PlcKENB,
B Y virtue of sundry executiors, to me di.~
rected, I will sell to the highest bidder,
at, Pickens Court House, onu Monday, tith day
of Ma next, during the legal hours of sale,
the following property, to wit:
One Store H ouse andl ~o in the Town of
Central. Lot containing One fourth of one
Acre; fronting on Main street, adjoining lots
of L. Rtoss IEat on, James Peek and others.
Levied on as the property of Cicero E. Long,
at thle suit of Hall & Rowlan~d.
TER~M S CASII--Purchmaser to pay extra
for tit les.
116L.f terms not complied with on day of
sale, property to bo resold at risk of former
purchser. JOAD MAULDiN, s.r.o.
*aner11.1878. . .
FALL IN PRICE9.
ZURE AN EN
and $or 100 per week.
"TRd1 NVER RADY AND NETIN O1Y of 02)NO."
$20 SEWING MACRINE #20
For Domestic use.
WITH- TABLR AMD ,FrTUREfS COm.
PL,ETE, RED U0D TO ONLY $A20,'
A perfect and unequaled large, Ptroig mad'
durable Maehine, onsroeted Alegant and
solid, fbom the beet materia with matfewra,.
tioal precision, for Constant Pamily a or
manufacturing purposes. Always ready at a
moment's notice to do its doy's work, never
out of order, and will last a generation with
moderate care; easy to udder'stand .and man
age; light, smooth, and swift runhing, 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 ieohanical skill,
essentlaily the woaking woman's friend, and
far in advance of all ordinary Machines, for
absolute Strength, Reliability -and general
.usefulness; will Ilem, Fell, Tuck, Seam, Quilt,
Bind, Braid, Cord, Gather, Ruffle, Shirr,
Plait, Fold, Scallop, Roll, Embroider, Run
up Breadths, &c., with wonderful rapidity,
zeatness and ease, sews the atrongest lasting
stitch equally fine and smooth through ll
kinds of goods, from cambrio 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 times 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 puspose; works
so faithful andeasy the servants or children
can use it without damage. Pripi of Ma
chine with light table, fully equipped for
family work, $20. HALf CAs, CoUn, SIDR
DRAwER AND CADURT STYLBS each at core
reepo.ndingly low rates. Safe delivery guar
anteed, free from . damage. Explanatory
pamphlets illustrated with engravings of the
several styles of Machines, references, ya
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 Agencies, furnished on application.
Address JOHN H. KENDALL & Co., 421
Broadway, New Yo.ak.
Jan 81, 1878 21 ly
Notice U. S. Internal Revenue
UTNDER the Revised Statutes of the United
States, Sections 8282, 8237, 8288 and
8289, every persou 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 establishment or place of businass a
BT A M1P denot ing the payment of said special
tax for the special tax year beginning May
1, 1878. 8dction 8241, Revised 8tatutes,
designates who are liable to special tax as
above. Severe penaltier are proscribed for
non compliance with the foregoing require-,
ments, or for continuing in business after
April 30, 18'T8, without payment of tax.
Application shhuld be made to E. M.
BRLAVYTON, Collect or of lnternal Revenue,
at Columbia, 8. C.
mar 21, 187 8 28 4
To All Whona Thaese Pr,es
ents NIay Concern.
ALL persons indebted in the-Clork's Offioe
for Reoording, naust ceame and pay for
their DEEDS and take them out of the
office. After this date no Deeds or other
Papers wil1 be Recorded, unless the fees
are Paid in Advance.
..J. LEWIS, c.c.P.
Jan 3, 1878 17 2mi
C AM P ALO N.
Ha:npton and Home Rule!
THE liEWS AND COURIER.
A Live aund Fenrless Demno
Largest Circulation in the City.
Largest Circulation the State.
Largest Circulation in Cotton 8tates.
A I the News About South Carolina-All the
News About the South--All the
News from Everywhere
Pure and iUndefited Democracy-Union! Jus
t ice !I! Equal RIghts 111
Recognizlftg the Paramount Interest felt
In the: Approaching Political Canvasa
By every Democrat who hopes to see the great
work of the Redemption of the State
made complete and permanent so
that the people may reap and
fully enjoy the Fruit of
The~ News and Courier wvill Direct aill
its Er orgibs and 'Reources to
Presenting from Day to Day,,
and from Wook to W ook,
Full and lnteresting
TO PLACE THiE PAPER
Within the Reach of Everybody
During this Exciting Contest we have
Determined to 0der to Mail Sub
scribers tho following.
~EflCZD RATUl FQR mi ANA
The News and Courier, Daily- Edition,
6 months, $4 O(
The News and Courier, Tri..Weekly,
Edition, 6 months, $2 00
The Weekly News, 0 months, .'7
Bubscriptions will be received at thesi
rates, FORi MAIL SUBS~CRIBlER8 ONLY
until May 16. In all cases thie cash must ac
comipaniy the or(ler.
Friends of the cause of lionest Ihome Rule
in all the counties are invited to aid us ir
swelling our Campaign Subscription Lists
which ought to include every intelligent'votei
in the 8tate.
RIORDAN & DAWSON, Proprietors.
Charleston, 8. C.
ap 4, 1878 80
Male any (lay in Pura and CAtts. Inves
according to your means. $10, $60) or $II00
in 8-rOCK PRuV,.mEs, has brought a aimal
fortune to the careful investor. We advis<
when and how to operate safely. Book witi
full information sent free. Address orders b:
mil and telegraph to JSAXTE1R & Co.,
SBankers and Brokers, 37 Wall Mt., N. YI
6 May 17, 1877 l6 y
Fail to try our Buist Warranted
Gardon Seeds and Early Rose Pota
toes. To use pure and rliablo Soods
*e also have the North CPrp
11ish Potato at 75 cets p6r bushel.
Onion Setts at 121 per-quart. 'Black
Oats at 75 cents per bushel.
Special. attention is called to our
Haiman Universal Plow Stock-the
best and cheapest yet invented. Pol
ished Steele Twisters, Heel Bolts and
other Farming linplementb--whiob
we are selling at
Prices. To make room for an exten.
sive Spring Stock, we are offeringlour
remaining Fall and Winter Stock at
cost, for cnshlor barter. It will ftltei
To invest your money whore there is
the best profit. Call and examine.
We oharge nothing for showing and
pricing our Goods..
IIAGOOD, ALEXANDER & CO.
Pickens C. 11. S. C.
Fob 28, 1878 25
USUALLY KEPT IN AN
*s ke WeswE
M c FA LL'S,
I KEEP GOOD
PRICES TO SUIT., THE IIARD
W. T. McFALL.
Jan 10, 1878 18
I THE DEMOCRATIC
PA ILY E NXiilPA PE
PUB~L1SHED IN CHARLK8ToN.
Ofial Journal of the CJity
The cheapest Daily Newsyape,r pulished ir
the South A tiantie States.
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The latest news by mail and "Thlogg'ap1
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mar 21. 1878
ATTONBY 9 6&iUtiLOs AT LAw,
GREENVILLE, S. O..
Special- -tention given .4 collotious.
Apf4f4l18781_ - 8 6m
. -r. n P". i. B.A. C.
A 2TORNEYS tf COUNosmr AT LA w,
FIOHENS 4 H. D. .
(Office, in &sooL Coma e'sc q*Kw)
Will practice in the State ad FedesIi
March 21, 187' 28
J B COTHRuAN, 1 j R A Off.L,
Abbeville C 11) 1 Picken C
COTERAN & CHIt.
ATTORNVYS i# CqNSELORATLAW
Will Practioe in all tye .Courts f th State
and Courts of th6'Ilte'd'Staes, or t1i DIU.
krict of 3oneh- CaiinaN -
Margh 20 1877 .29
ST OPi .
kT Tid -
SRIRVILLA E.T L
URBE.h YILLE, . .
A. X- SPEXGETS, Proprietor.
V..BELL8 IN TEE ROOMS.
June 14, 1877 40
Main-St. Greenville 3. 0
%Q1I141 ad til NOalm It
Hardware, . Cutlery, Gunu ,
FINE TABLE 4ND. POCKCET. CUTLERY, A
A grie.ultur'al Isop1inents.
Bar Iron and Steel;
Blaoksmitli's, Carpenter's and Miechanies
Builders H ard ware of every description;
Wagon and Carriage Materials;
A full line-of Best Quality Leather inasr
ber lBelting, always in stook;
f'airbanks Stand1ard Sqa es;
The Hall1 Sate and Loc Companyy
Tho "Taylor" Cotton Gin;
g~aker's P teat
apd ~Inle Shoes.
We ar~e,;propsted ,to soe wede I!O~sIa
thE lowest, quotations front ay markets,'add
still propose to duplicate invuoIo'e from Noerth.
ern Jobbing Houses, .adding only aotuel
WILKINS, WILLIAM8 & 0%
. Greenvilfe, L. d6
Piedmont Ar Lie RaUway.
12 80 im adalvea I8On
1 25 pm Mlobile 12p
7 05 am Efontgprery 70a
945am Op .'i1a
5 00 pm 6anta
7 00 p n lfifrorail6.
7 47 pm . Guin I#e -.88.
8 27 pma Lu1 0a
9 06 pm AltA ry 96
230m 8artnlm ~ 1270p:s
138pm u.de5 00. s
800m lchoend 7 ed p
1 27 ar7 a06ingto
640 am ,Pil~depb 10 40 p sa
185pm 'Central' 12 01 Ow.a
7T20an harlotte Junation :0 6 00 n
11r 16eacm Geensor 10~p~ 41te Cp w6a
19880pm Bonet 10 a
6817p m Neurkll 61am
9 89 p mn PldelI . 2 aa
8 0pm Richomond 11485?n.
6 40 am Phlelh is g
10175am Neu rkil 108ag
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at Dundee, Virginia;with south bodad ifula
of this line, through to A tlanta and all
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