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hehodist obersa, #A. A. Wate.
let Sabbath luj'" ieth * a'eL*k p. m.
2d8.bb in'eteirab r1b o'cloika. Sb.
' , Baptist C ureb.' Wi' 9
At#, r. lot Sabbash a
La each mono6 A' 11 6 *er i.r
- Rev. Hug# UtMIW as ftila f4th 8ab.
bAb' at -I o'clock *. = , ands twmthodi.s
Cho.rob In tibs plee at 6 o'.ok p. a.
Good showenldst wok.
a .5 Slas W illiams Is happy, it is a
I and weighs 12 uds
On.Olai final day wbei the .last
trump6t, shil solad" dWhor will be
the man who didn't pay hisbscrip-,
tion. ''1 .
r Our Sheriff, Mr. Jtab Maoidi'a.hul
another boarder. -t is a ine boy, and
- We return thanks to Mrs. H. '
-Hridriks for a quanstity of fine lu
Rev Hugh McLees will preach at
Easley on the fourth Sabbath in thid
nonth, and on the second Babbath at
0ai4>ace in each month thereattOr.
Mr, Daniel U. Durham has sent us
Stat'tle.nnack'- tWsk -ove. a, half in6b
6ng. HiFtinnikeship had te faU4
.I was-kille4 by Mr. Durham.
We learn that a new' store is to be
psled in town soon. This is evi
dence of prosperity, and we note it
It Is about time for candidates to
make their appearatice, Who will open
the bull by having his "inany friends"
to announce him.
If the County Commissioners would
have the fence around the jail white,
washed it would add much to the ap
podiance of thatlocahty.
Some of our citizens, who were not
"born with a goidenl "poou in their
mouths," have had -some of the pro
otous metal placed there bythe me
Ohanical skill of Dr.-Durhat.
'The quarterly conference of the
Pickens Circuit will be hold at this
place on the fiuirth Saturday and Sun
da*y following, 26th and 26Lb, of this
If some.one of the many good fel,
lows at, Ea:sley, would only write up
items of' the town for publication in
T'HE SENTINEL, it, wonld add Wonder.
fat'ly tro thet plhace. Will not some one
, give us weekly dots Irom Easley.
The mnan who makes his own hog
an,d houni1ay at home in the main who
ntways prosperous and adds to t.he
real w& cult.h of the country.
SOuri young f riend A. Clark Welborn
was in townu last Friday, radiant with
usweet emiiles." He is going to school
at Sen.eca City, 'arid was sumsmoned
home on acoeun1t of,the illness of his
* BoME Fi M.J.. E. Boogh
dre of hs mllpond inst Saturday,
aund inv:ited his ?'eighke~rs in to catch
Dfth. We undedrs,tand'fthat there were
eiggt.y periossa present and they
caudit ntb4ut a flogr baurrel full of
#sh,- some'of them, the pike, .noas
Wr,~Igg'rm lt,eoun to twenty'inches in
Gnti (lur Probate .Judge as
there, and got a pile of fish? We ex,
poet Waddy to produ.co another cari%
- Dr. J. W. Earle killed sane trkey
near Mr. J. Hi. Hugtood's on Tuesday
morning of last week, On Thursday
.morning following, Captain James A.
Gaimun killed a very large gobler, the
tbeard measuraing 11 inches, and the
spur 1* ineches. From these evidences
of age, the gobler must hauve been the
grand father of all the turkey tribe in
A Presbyterian ('hurch is to be
organized act this place 4'n the fourthm
Sunday in July. Rev. Hugh e
of thie County, Rev. Mr. of
Greenville, and Masj. Thomas
sell, of' Anderson, are the commuittee
appo.in te f or that purpose. W e hope
our PreMbyterian friends will build a
~ood house of worship as soon as the
aaarch is organized.
RUST IN WuHEA'l-.-Cap)t. J. A. Giif
fin informa i's that his wheat is badly
rusted, aned ho does not expect to
make niore than a haltf crop. From
other sections of the County we have
heard the same unweicome nuews. If
thgrust should be general, which we
fear, and the wheat crop(bj cut utt' one
half or more, nvxt year will be a hard
one, for the e"An crop will ' e less thzan
/It was last, y*ear, judging from the 53n,
creased area plant.ed in cotton.
*Capt. R. L. I:ewis, on Friday' even-~
ingI .ast, had an exhibition at his
school, consisting of speeches fronm
the schalars charades, dialogues, &c.
Oftthe 20th and 21st of Juneo, ho pray
jones to have an examination ands ex
ibition right-a real "chunk move"r
and gully wusher." Hie ba. the finest
school in the County, numbering some
6 or 70 pupils. We still adhere to
t'he: previously formed opinion, that
i b as no "mugglns" man.
-'aw LAW FIrM-Want of spac'e
Ysa. Ievented us noticing earlier the
new law firm of Blythe,,AnAel and
Barrett,, whose card is p ubbhed in
Tai SMNTINEL. Mr. Blyt the, th e senior
of the r,m, was for four years Solici.
tor of this Circuip, and gained a fine
repptation as a lawyer for the skill
and ability with whieb he managed
bIIsSeasmes. The heqr members of the
$rsae ng noftietade
or0 .joosrie o tpnt.e an' shn
orgy. ls'~~3)Ivpstod ~ Olass
' lie store house of Mr. B. P. ..NMor.
gan, at Daeusviki0bai-broken into on
the night of the 80th ult., by bur
glars, and robbed of about half the
goods in it. Mr. Moria's stock, for-,
tunatel for him was o1, ats lie had
not lahd1p i k. -.4
thetes got ut in I
moniey drawer, but a package of notes
which was in the drawer was thrown
aside by them. They carried off shoce,
hats, coffee, sugar, dry goods, &c.. and
from the quantity taken there wam
evidently several conne d w'th
robbey. fibete:h'u b1 n ' b
tained to the guiy Ipa tie 'bu we
trust Mr. Morgan may be able to trace
them up, and should he do so, ad the
offence is now punitbable by death,
our Sheriff will huvea. ut unpleasant
duty to perform.
We regret to lAarn that Judge
Field and ten of the inmates of his
household have been prostiated ivith
sickness +'r.:the-' past teigh& pq t,4
days. We are also glad to learn that
they are all improvig. Thu Judge
Is sufficiently cA.,4199cent to attond
to his official duties.
6only' wben we reW1lv1- 6Y'.Aii
aid of a higher strength, and stand
determinedly upon that resolution,
that we sucd,66d.
Never addres a lady Is an-old ac
NoT1cs..--The Committee appoin ted
by his Honor Judge Mackey, to in
vestigate the outrages committed by
'United States Rieenue Oticerms, will
nmeet att Mrs. McKinney's (Eastaitoe
Postoiie.) on Saturdasy, t.he 18th inst.
at 10 o'clock, for the p1urpose o1 taking
testimony. .A ll persons itainig s cI)m
plaints to make, take due not,ice and
govoru yourselves ay.or1'4bgly..
iA E. STEE ',Chairman.'.
The Anteoedent or Disease.
are jntness ina(~ he cIrs!u ratienn ' f ie
blood ant untinatualy attenuatLed 'on,
dit,ion of the physique, indicating that
the life current is deficent in nutr i
tive popre an, ha'rard look
petitee, stesep .it-strang h,and
eaition of ontnaotural lapgouir. All these
maty be regarded-.as auiangethe indi
cias of' approachting disease, w hiich
ovirwl.elm it, i' it nsuh tuit1
fortilled in advance. Iovig''rate, thena
without lbeel ottimref rnu4i,tg ch,4iep'sf
the greatest t'itAlizingc agent, ex'an~
wvhich has given healt,h anti vigor to
myriads of the sick and debilitated,
which Is avouched 49byscian and
analysis to be pure as well ats efleettve,
which is immensely ,popular I this
counitry, and exu-n'sivety uudd >rt oad
and which' has been fot' ycars8 past one
AN HIsTonIcAL, FACT-Every agent who
hasbeen st.eadily selling the Tmproved $20
Homestead'Lock Stitch Sewing Macline for
three years, owns lyi.A weUing house, has a
good account in'baktk, 31 desi9of debt, and
has money at Interest -the natural conse
quenae of' securing a good agency for supe
rior goods at the lowest .prices. 6 good first
class 8ewing Machine, most usef'ul-reliable
at all times, easy to understand and cont#ol.
t he same size $sd@#i tId$dhiu.A work as any
machinesthat sell at Foun TI't.:s theprc
Thet e is no machine at any~ price bet ter, or
thetwill do fioer oi igeygbygg anr 9gt aig
none so) low in price y7 ;m.ny tgollars. .The
IIOMESTEAD is wiaeiy Known' an'd used in
thousatrds of families in the Easterin and
Middte States, and daily becoming .p'uter'
In the West. it- w ill: sa&'e Its fOa *rail
times over In one season, dioing the work of
the family, or will arm~ four.tt-'flYe dpIlMs 4
(day for any man or womutn who sews for a
1iving. it. is the s' roa.g~lewanchinae malde, is
ready at all times to do its work, miakop th'4
strongest and finest. stitch yO' inlven;ed, anid
is fully ncknowledged as t he Standard~ Faeily'h
tSewing Machipe. 1'rice, ym*pe.e fjr. o..
mest ic use, reduced to $MO. deli,tnfed. am yy,ar,.
dloor, no matter how remote youIroy.tse,
Bnniness permntrent ;an4. . <oraI'ble, will
more certain eand va.pid -sales, and, Jairger.
profits than any other 18xtranpIinarjy liberi't
offers made to local or traveling agenims whuere
we have none established; or if Ihe,re is nSo
factory. 4de4s'o . rt t oe
421 Buoadway, New York. S
T. W. RUSSELL, Agent.
SUCCESBOR to Rdssell, Martiul & Co..' of
fere a good st ock of GOOD)8 at low prices,
for cash or harter. (Jive hin, a call. Mr
A. S. 8A DLER will always be found on hand
to wait. on any and all.
Eauley, May 2, 1878 34 2
nb. b.. eresa ..r
WMM--O^ SOU 14 CAROIANA.
L 5 1 1 h n T
ytpt p1,Ik (;ul . k
~L~o~'PAo W&IAk,o . 0yald TOtio
uis'tf". No fat
for .1 2:flns no por fle Ft, rop ty
to be reold-a r sk of former purchaser.
PC Ili* 'j, RgoUe Dn , a ,.*
STATE OF SOUTH CAIIOL[NA
~ 4UNTY 01 PIUKENil.
,Y'it'tQe'fndry e 1eci'tiore, to me di..
Lr&ed,'I ills'll to the b'hetbdr
a6 Pickens : ifos', on'MordAy~ 3d
Sn i iatersf
Sklaa r er ad: tig"lphls'of Elhzabeth
in, 1e e18Ievs nt0,Rdt Rickley and
otl)ers. bevied on as the properly of W: P
nt, at te s of Evans A.
-DY K+vey ,A,nk. -
TEti~IS-Caeri--PUrchasgi' t'o pay' extra for
tinrt estti6e o n i
p,with on day of
sare ~opMy wul.e resold at'irsk of forter
bve'n a te Salgj o M:P
setb Evn imt . GKRlly ,dii'
ftie~o in exection thrriedy ed
r voA e,Yighest'lIk et kpns
theeI;al haours of sale, the following prop
er tewit: -
JTract of Lat, containing 15 Acoes,
mQ 9r-lest!r'adjoininig'i:nds of Mrs. Jonies
an i deoIer. - Levied .onI A the property .of
J. ~.1eidrioks, deceased; at the suit 1 oel
TRRMS CASH-Purchaser to pay extra
gel termis not complied with on day of
sate, property to be resold at risk of fornier
*JOA B MA U LDIN, 8.rP.c.
nay, 9, 1878. 85 . - !4
an asa thee popty.o
Ainal Volut ow
38 4s mi4s ,u en.a '.kqs by top Ii.
whiclit'lswy are publl8skt .'
A dditas3 GE.- P- ROWEL.L & CL),
~1 Spruce teet, Nw York.
RXwb.rdeb'& 'iae e~Oetadal Exrcamona for
'~'fV4R ihtNTING A
cabiniet or-earl Organi,
Be s'te t.6e%1. fg qidr4Let,est Cct#logf6 and
( ircula with new styles, reduced prices and
mpglai of..rmation. Sen't Free. M.4soN. &
9Ktg .ugqAN Co.,, Bost,ozi, New Yprk or
S Go,od Men to re
presept the ) ne
ricanI uwspitor nian List O Letive
Nawspapers, and can vass' for'advert iselnen t
j the vicini,ty. of theii own homes. To
p5*Per.persons will allowt a' -liberal commie
sIt.on, and adfvanece regular weekly paymntu
on acount.Adldress, with references, RE A L
& YOS'TER, Genea Agept s Amserican Ne*s
paper, Uniion, No 10 Spruce-street, N. Y.
I CUJRE FITS!
.When I say cure I do not mean n erely to
sitop. thenui for a time and then have them re
tujrn again; I mecan a radioal cure. 1 am a
regular physician, anrd ha~ve made tse dlis
ease of FIT'S, EPILEPyY ORt FALLtNG
*1UKNESd alifei long'study. I warrant. my
remedy to cure the worst ca.ses. B!catisc
itlyjr,llavq failed jag ng .reason, for.not.,igw
receiving a cure from me. Neud to m~.e gt
lme,e frcra.i, ad gree Bottle of mji~ In
fabe eed.ve express arnd postpflice.
[t: ppt,o so.iuig for a trial, anid I w.ill
enre you. Address Dr. HI, 0. RO)OT, 183
Pearl Street.,.New York..
0MfXEDCA lDS, with name, 10 cents.
- UAge'nts out flt. 100. L. JoNEs & Co.,
a ~ Fgey.Lards. Snowft.rke Damal,sk.-4.
.J smital in 25i st yles, wit hi name, 10qs
isau t'ard Co., Nassau. N. V.
tJ *D Y to Agents canvssing~ for the'
t Fir,.,bled Visits or. Terms sinel Onifit l"ree
Adiress P. 0. VI' KlitY. Augusta, Mei.
(*bn4:tin.~ BlE L1'WW.rsinngr oi ? N.J.
PUILMtONA . is a *ertasitin'neIy
fdaonymuit oft. Ask jhour drf'ggist for'it.'
Circulsars liee. Address 0. Gi. Moai.n, 1'5
f'drelind gtir.t, NAy York.
m. Louis, Mo.
W ho~ ha ra zelnn tetreatmen ofrh
The PHYSIOL.OGY OF MARR IAGE
The PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER
ong. Th are esmUly iilew and Inai
Il~wIt al te e aetpemmten rn~fandc
-r pt n9w wo i~n no way of bl
is somt tha ee one na.lew
Dto .try o tui .' Warrntst
G n' Soed ana naiy k.Pqt.s
M M -earth ,ino .h u r
* . ' .. 0 .5
We also have the Nofth Carolina
JisfORtt-s4 76 fent 'pet bushel;
Onign.Setteft 121 per quart. Black
.Opsat 76 ento per buihl..
lpeciai attention js called to our
Hali man Univereal Plow Stock-the
best and cheapeet yet invented. Pole
i0l90 bteolp Twistera,.Heel Bolt, and
other Farming Implement&--whib
we are seiling at
Prices. To make room fqr an exten.
tive Spring Stock, we are offeringlour
remaining Fall and.. Winter Stock at
cost, for caslfor barter. It will lighten
To invest your money where there is
the best profit. Call and examine.
We charge notbing for showing and
pricing our Goods.
HAGOOD, ALEXANDBR &CO.
Pickens C. H. S. C.
Feb 28, 1878 26
USUALLY KEPT IN AN
M cEFA LL'S,
I KEEP GOOD
PRICES TO SUIT THE HARD
W. T. NeFALL.
nnm 10, 1878 18
I T A 3Eti metho ofinomgallprtie
iInterested, that I will be found in my of
fice, at P'iokens Court Hous~e on each
W E D) N E S D) A Y, and on each 8AL3.Ana
for the purpose of transactingt any busine.st
that comnes under my.jri'sdict ion.
As "'y duties as SchooI Commissionee wiln
comnpelt me to be absent In diferent, p.ass of
the County, I appoint these special days for
the benefnt )t all concerned. Ornoe hours,
troms 9 a. m. to 4 p. se.
- . W. SINGLETON,
Feb 8, 1#7" - 52
P LET E, R ESWM 'NET
Efor. Cosqet 'Famil~ use. or
n e rin gpseg.- 4aye iIya.
toilbag no't to o ladys ydtl never.
aliieff ob1er,"ani "'ilt li gen itioh wi1th
ftwo erate care esy'''upadefsand aid man.
E,J ligMt stiot ffi, 'end "swift run9uIug, liki
Lthe well regulated movement -of a flbe travoh
Simpie, Comyibt,, Kig\n'a..nd Beliable, witha
all the veluable imprliwements to be found in
hle highest pred Manhes, warranted go d*
he same work, the sam. way, and as rapid
!O4 9OOt)h aaa $76-.Machie Anaknw
!edge . $umph of ingenious mechanical skill,
esse I"e ly.th: working woman's friend, apd
far,is advan e of aul ordinary Machines, for
abso.ute trengti. Reliability and general
usetoluss; will Hem, Fell, Tuck,8 eam, Quilt,
Biod,. Braid, Cord, Gather, itufBie, hirri
Plait, Fold, Scallop, Roll, Embroider, Run
up Breadths, &o , with wondernl rapidity
Eeamues8 and ease, sews the-strdngest laygting
stit ch equally $ne - and!'emooth through all
kinds of geors, froincanbric to several thick
neaes of broadlothl or leather,.wth fine or
sel'"ptoillHeu, -sHlkTr- twie. Giit
perfect satifa p. wil ean i s cost sev,
eral times ovein a-seaso ii the work it does
or make a good living for any man or woman
who desires to use it for that eurposet works
so ftithral Iid easy the srvauts or children
can use it without damage. Price of Ma
chine with light table, fully -equipped tor
family w.or4, 20, HALY CASC. COva9* ?ID
DiAkWISR AND CAVINET e'Timse each ltor,
recpPu-Sl low t Safe deliv4ry pat
1111tN e d re u6nAdiite Explanato-ry
pamphlets illustrated with engraVings of the
several styles of Machines, references, va
riety of sewing, &c., maild fee. Confiden~
tial terms with liberal indu6ements to enter
prising Clergymen, Teachers, Business Men,
Fraveling.or Local Agenta, &c.,'who desire
BIOlsie Agenicies, fuithid on app"ation.
Addresi JOHN H.4EN)LL & Ci 421
Broa4way, New toAk.
1878 21 ly
CLERK 'S SALE
STATE OV. SOUTH CAROCINA.
COUNTY OI PICKENS.
IN COURTtOF COMMON PLEAS
W. G- Field, successor,
vs. Complaint on bond
V. S. Jones et. al.
Y virtue or a decretal .order in the above
LIstated case. made the 26t.h day of Marcha
1878, by Hion. T. J. Mackey, Presiding Judge,
I will sell to ihe highest bidder at Pickens
C. 11., on Monday, 8J of June next, during
tate legal hours of sao, the following prop
erty, to wit.
'All that. Tract of Laud, situate in the
County and State aforesaid, on Oolenoy
Creek, known in a plat of the lands belong
intg to the Estate of Alexander Edens, de
ceaseil, as tract. No. 2, bounded by tracts
No. 1 and 8 of said Estate.
TECMS .CASLi.aPnrchasers to pay for all
Witne.:ny hand and official seal at Pick
ens Corrt"House, thtis 9th day of May, 1878.
J. J. LE WIS, o.o.m.
&"If terms- not complied with oni day of
s'ale, property to be resold at risk of former
may 9,1878 85 4
C A M PA IGN.
Hampton and Home Rule!I
TFS N198 4%D 0J9(RIEi.
A LAve aund FeWMfress Demno
Largest.Otrealato1 in the City...
Largest Circulation the state.
_Largest Girosl ation in, Votton States.
Al the News Abo'it Soush Caroina--All the
News About- the Soawh-All the
Pure and Undefiled Democr-acy--Union! Jus
tice !! Equalights !!
Recognising the Paramount Interest felt
In the Approaching Political Canvass
By every Democrat w ho hopes to see the great
work of' the Redemption oif the State
made complete and permanekt so
that the reople may reap and
fullyenjoy the Fruit of
The New~s and Courier will Direct all
its Eitergies .andi Tiesoureos to
Pr'usonting from Day to Day,
and febmr Week to W eek,
- Accounts of tW
TO PLACE TilE PAPER
Withiu the Ueach of Everybody
Durin,g t his Excuinlg 11ontest we have
D)eterunaned to Offer to Mail Sub
. scribers iho fol owing
1%UED WAES l'r, TUE CAI:
l'h .\ws ad Courier-. Daily Edit ion,
.6 iino,tt hs. $4 00
lihe Newt s und 'our'ier, Tri,.Weekly,
Edition, 6 imionths, $2 00
'he n% erkly News, (3 months, 76
Subiscripti..ns will *e received at these
rates,- Ft lRN MAlL SU B3URI HERS ONLY,
imnt il May 15. in all cases the cash nmust ac.
ohapanty lhe order. -
Friends of the crause of Honest Home Rule
oi all thme c'ount ies are invited to aid us in
welling our Camipaigma Subscription Lists,
rhicha ought to iuclude every intelligent voter
tn thme St at e.
IRIORLDAN & DAWSON, Proprietors.
Chamrleston, 8. C.
Yarkthe rdyana dtsordern brought on by ndt'.
C.et n or xcess. A nyDmugtt has the tng.
Weal asIxaa Utsee, elenaG
OPIUM an MorphMne hMtered.
ArOBwNsr 19o A- w2 0 r,
N 00U 8%g 4,
G"B"LNa Col84. pt,1
Specia! att , soR gV93 19 &1PS
A pri 4,, ' ,,#1&
A. Bar?33, - 1' Wm
M. F. Asaa, Piekes C. X.
BLYTHE, ANBEL& AmRET
A TTORNxS t COU5,9 i44 w
PICKENS 0. ' s., 8. 0.
(Offie i &Aod Cmmfn(e,gfiwa O s.)
Will pra@t1oe in the State and Federal
Mareh 21, 1878 28
J 8 COTn aA, a A 0WL.,
AbbevilleCli 1. Riekens
COTRRAN & OEZLD,
AT OrNk1 $ COVNSLORB AVVL'AW
PICKENS C. H. S. C.,
Will Praotice In anl the Courts of the -tate
and Courts of the United Statee, for the gis.
triot of South Carolina.
March 29 1877 29
AT TUM .
-IREA VILLR, 8. 0.
A. X. SPEIGHTS, Prorietor.
BLLS IN TBB ROO ,
June 14, 1877 40
w lip VVMiAwm.w - Ww.
main-St. 0reenville B. 0.
! Go1a! an1 ~14W Doa In
Hardware, Cutlery, Guns.
FINE TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, A
SPE CIA LT Y.
BIar iron and Steel;
Ble*ksmith's, Carpenter's and Mechaaie.
Builders Hardware of every descripti as
Wagon and Carriage Materials;
A f@ line of B~es Q')aIiy Le#ther and Rub
ber Belting, always in stock;
Fairbanks Standard Scales;
The flaIl Sate and Look Companyl
The."Taylor" Cotton Gin; - .
Tuoker's Patent Alarm Money Drawpr
Also, for the Celebrated Shsabbrger 1I'reti
and Matte Shoes.
We are prepared to sell Swuedes Ironi 't
the lowest quotations from any marketi, ad
still propose to dlupliosto Involees from N1ott)
era Jobbing lionses, adding only atus)
WILKINS, WILLIAMS & CO.
56,16??Greenville, 8, C.
Piedmont Air Litre RttifVRf.
.GOING NORtTM... .,
12IO0p,m. . ..- eQa a igtige
a 00 m New Or pns
7 26 in ay St Louis 7
1126 pu Al#obile . 1 26p a
7 05 am kontgomnery t06axn
9 46 am Opelika 9 46 ami
10 40 am West Point 100%apa
6 00 pm Atlanta 6S00Oa
7 00 pm Biuford 756a a
7 47 pm GaInesville 8 54 m -
8 27 pm Lula 90O6s'na
9 06pma Mt Airy *SS a
9 46 pm Tooooa 10 06 a
11 48 pm Central l2O01pma
1 00 am Greenville 1 06p m
2 80 a m 8parranburg 2 27 p m
6 09 am Gastonia d462 p
7 20 a m Charlotte Junetion 6 00.p m
11 168am Greensboro 1
1 168pm Danville 12 68a m
148 p a Dundee .10 Q a
517 p m Burkeville ' 46 of a
7389p m Belle Isle . 7 20 a m
8 00 pm Riohmond 7 46 am
1 27 am Washingtos 1 10p
8 20 am . Baltimore S 1Op a
6 40 a m PhiladelphIa 6 60 p m
9385am. New York 10O0Op.:
8 86 p Boston SO00a m
Train leavitij Atlata at 5 00 p m OOUUegts
iat Dundee, Virginia, with train for Lynob.
burg; thence direct to Washington City via
Virginia Afidlandi Route.
15? TaL&s stATZoats 3D iAt
9 00 am Bost on 7 00 Pm
6 80p m New York 8 16 a
And by Limited lKrpress 925 a en
9 80 p m Phailadelphia 11 46 m
12 55 am Baltimore 6 00p m
8 80 am Richmond 11 86 p
8 65 a m Belle Isle 12 00 talg
10 17 am Blurkeville 2 06 a
2 26 pm i Dundee 6 88 a m
2 00 pm Danville 6 05 ana
6506 p m Oreensboro 8 26 a m
8 40 p m Charlott e Jutnct ion 11 5S a :p
8 48 p m Charlotte , 1 6 a m.
92:lpm Gastonia '1255am
12 46 a uI Spartanburg S 16 p m
2 20 am Greenville 4 85p a
8 24 am Central 6 38'pm
6 0 a m Tocooa 7 16 p
56483am Mt Airy 8 06p a
6 20 am Lula 8 88p,i
(Change cars for Athens; Ga)
6 61 a m GaInesvillo 9 05 p na
7 50 am Buford 9 41 p
416op m West Point 4 topn,
586 pm Opelikp 8
8 26p m ,'Atontgomery 4 2 p m
8316 am . Mobila 8 15 am
6 4 a m Baiy Rt Louis 6 44 ana
880 a m New Orleans 88
A rrive A rrive
RO00a m Galveston 800ama
Train leaving Washington Clity, .via Via.
ginla Mildland iloute, at 2 47 a pi, t opDcts
at Dundee, Virginia, with south hou*d taim I
of this line, through to Atlanti and eBS)1euh.
western p!nts. . Sea 1. 194