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1Lt Sabbath In 6m* slatk at4 o'eld pi A.
24 Sabbath I*AifibatrA o'olook a. m.
- - Skoona B4tsqbrigeM S.Bnge
t IS por, lst Babbath n4 N*UW"is Weonr
qsv"Itmonth at 110o1p , .6
Rev. Hugh Loqk at 8poods on 4th Sab;
bath at 11 'V9 .a. in , andat4he Methodist
giugh,in this p ace at 6 ook p. m,.
*24ew hopp(,d,ll sale at bets per
atwprospecta for a good frtit year
Iesl Afers ,clnb bas reorganized
with. aiepsed membership.
i olicit news a Own palgn'notes
ioy-Overy section oAhe CO y
Mke farmers seem to' b6 pushing
along. with 'their work pretty Well.
est in wheat has made its ppear
r4io4noarly overyghere in the County.
MAy cberries have made, their ap'
Last Sunday'was a rainy day, and
many were disappointed in going to
the biq May meeting at OCiis Roads.
.'he comm hittee of*the Grind Jury
appointed to investigate revenue 'out",
rages, -hold a meeting at Eastatwe last
S.turdwy,and examined five dor six
A now, Denocratlo Club has been
iorganied in Pickonsville Township.
This makes nine in the County-one
* more than we had in the last cam%.
The trestle at Seneca River on the
Air Line Railroad Is beIng filled up
with dirt, and the ro.-d generally 'is
being.put in tip top order.
The. an .who makes ,wo stalks of
corn.grow where one grow before is a
ben611a6tor; an, the man - who makes
one stalk of cotton grow where two
grow b0fore, is also a benefactor.
We return thanks to Gen Johnson
Hagodd, Comptroller General, for an
abstnt bf t'laws of South Carolina,
relating to the assessment and collec
tion of taxes.
I Vrriel, at Doravillo, D)ekalb Coun
ty; Ga., by Rev. W. C. rolbrooks,
Mr. A. J. WelIborn to Miss E. C. Ari
nil, both of this County.
The wonthor was extremely cool
last weekgr the sesonIO of the year,
and cotton felt the effects of it.
A party of gentlcemen are talking
of putting up a governmnent dist;iley
at this plaice.
Alht wyor' of this pince while passing
Fort 'Bill, the residence of the late
John C. Calhonn, jumiped out of the
bwaigoni anid pulled a splinterfrom the
fencoe,.o:aying. he intended to have
somet.ing ft-om the premises as a me
Mr 'V. S. Jones has shown us an
eggg,laid by a hen belonging to Mr.
Matthew Hendricks, the like of which
we never before saw. It is about two
lnches in circumference the same in
* 'engt,, and is shaped Iike a hand,
gotted. '.hi -hon should be0 closely
watched, for it.is evident she is trying
to start a new praty.
TfheASunday school and- common
aehool at Dacusville have combined
and propose to have a basket picnic
av'that plaice on Saturday, 1st of June.
The public are invited to attend, and
~equpated to bring their barskets of
provisions with them. If we are sot
en band we trust our reporter, Bones,
'will-be there and write it up for us.
-' '~. ur Gl'ork of Court, Maj. Lewis, and
G.W. Taylor, Esq., went down in the
?ilfnity:of: Pendleton last week, on a
lishingexpeditioni. They came back
A mintus fish. 'They visited Pendleton,
Beneca 'City and Central, and are
boasting yery much of their extensive
Nothing new from the Revenj
force. T.hey have a portable Corn
sion4ranow, and as they ignore entlre..
ly the Commissioner at this place and
at Waihalla, we hardly ever hear from
them oxcept through some person
who i'a been maltreated by them.
N4TYCE.-The Committee of the
Gratbi Jury, appcointed at the last
* te'-m of the Court to investigate outs
rages committed by Revenue Officers,
whIm meet at Pickens C. H., on Satur
. day,!the 8th day of June next. This
4iIl Ibe the last meeting of the comn
Sfdtt.oe, and all personh wishing~ to give
hp&w4estimonny had' better' be present
*r that day. R. E. S-rEESE,
ecrop of candidates bids fair to
be larate, but what kind of harvest ng
man knows. The following is appro,.
"Thther, who travels the road so late?"
* MUash, mny child, 'tis the candidate;
p teample of human woe
Early he oomes and late he goes..
Negets the woman with courtly grace,
fe k,eds the baby's dirty IWoe,
fle cafll to the fence the farmer at work,
Re'lores the merchant, he beres the clerk,
'?he blackem t h, while his anvil rings,
He gr'pets, and this ls the song he sings:
"HowjIy, howdy, howdy-do?
9 syour wife, and how are you?
4g fits my fist as no other can,
the"borny hand of the working man."
he friends of the Hion. D. WYATT
AIKEN respectfully' nominate him fWI re
elee(Ion to Olengrsou-~suhjeot to the Demo.
---------------------~1- -~ -
at A rd4d,. the 4tk lust,
a party of Revenue officials went to
the house of William Walker, who
lives In the Eastatoe section of this
County, and took him from a sick
bed, tied his arms together, put him
behind one of the party on a horse
and tied him to keep him from falling
off,as ho was too Sick to sit on the
horse alone or untied, and carried him
to Walhalla in the midst of a terrible
rain. His sicknoess was from milksick,
a terrible djseaeo well kqovn in, that
-septiows Qaa' informant also. states
that Cap. 4ioffian proposed to hand.
cuff Mr. Walker, but Mr. Gary inter-.
posed and prevented Mr. Hoffman
from imposing this additional insult
and punishment' upon this helpless
sick man. We give the statement as
it comes to us, and direct the -atten,
tion of the committee of the Grand
Juxy, wIb&are now engaged in investi
gatIng htbeAe qevenuo.outrages, to the
same, arid'trhst they will give it a
thorough Investigation and bring out
all the facts connected therewith. If
this statement bo Arue, and we at. this
time have no reason to doubt it, this
is the most attrocious ontrage' of the
many yet cointnitted on out citizens.
If Mr. Walker is guilty of a viola,
tion of the revenue laws, it is no ex
cuse for the harsh treatment visited
upon him by these officials. A boy
ten years old could have arrested Mr.
Walker f6r ho was not, we at in
formed, ablo to sit up when arreFted,
and had not been out of his bed
for three weeks.
We wonder where the portable
Commissioner was who Mr. Hoffman
carries along to give prisoners a hear,
ing, with a view to release them on
the ground when the parties are able
to give bond, 'or there is no evidence
adduced sufficient to warrant their
confinement in jail.
As a matter of interest to sheep
raiscrs we p)ublish the following act:
An Act for the bett,er protection of
Be it onacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the Stat.
of South Carolina, now met and sitting
in General Assembly, and by the au
thority of thie same: That from and
after the passage of' this Act any per
son wvho may find any dog ir. the act
of worrying or destroying any sheep
in this State, it shall be lawful for said
pers~on to kill said dogi and he shall.
nut be hold to answer in any action,
either civil or' cri.minals
A pprovedi March 22, 18'78.
The Antecedents oi Disease.
A mong the antecedent,s of .disease
are inertnoess in the circulation of the
\blood. an unnaturally attenuated con,
dition of the physique,indicating that
the life current is deficient in nutri
tive properties, a wan, haggard look,
inability to digest t,he food, 108s of ap'i
petitee, sleep and strength, and a sen
sation of rnnatural langour. All thdse
may be regarded as among the indi
cia of approaching disease, which
will evidently attack the system and
overwhelm it, if it is not built up and
fortified in advance. Invigorate, then
without loss of time, making choice of
the greatest vitalizing agent extant,
Ho.stetter's Stomach .Bitters, an elixir
which has given health and vigor to
myriads of the sick and debilitated,
which is avouched by physicians and
analysis to be pure as well as eff ective,
which is immensely popular in this
country, and.extensively used abroad
and whiich has been for ycars past one
'of the leading medical staples of'
AN HISTORICAL FAct.-Every agent who
has been steadily selling the improved $20
Homestead Lock Stitch Sewing Macine for
three years, owns his fiwelling house, has a
good account in bank, is clear- of debt, and
has 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 tinzes, easy to understand and control.
the same size and does the same work as any
machines that sell at Foua TIMEs the price
There is no machine at any price better, or
that will do finer or more work, and certainly
none so low in price by many dollars. The
HIOMESTEAD) is widely Known and used in
thousands of families in the Eastern and
Middte States, and daily becoming popular
in the West. It will save its oost 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 acknowledged as the Standard Family
Sewing Machine. Price, complete for do
mnestie use, reduced to $20, delivered at your
door, no matter how remote you may re,side.
Business permianenit and honorable, with
more certain and rapid sales, and larger
proit e than any other. E xtraordinary 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 John H. Kendall & Co.,
421 Br oadway, New York.
iIADS Barham's Unfallible
STATE OF SOU IH CAJROLMA'
COUTY OF PIOKENS.
BY-virturof Un 'xecution to me directed,.
I will sell to the highesL bidder before
the o- ittse door, at Pickops C.4 , on
Sal6day l June next, 1878, during the legal
bour of sale, the following pro pey, to wit:
All th6ie TWO LOTS F LAN D situate in
the Town of Pickens, in (fie County and State
aforesaid, known in the plan of said Town
as Lots Nos. $9 and 37, containing One
Acre and Six Rods each, more or less, on
which is a good Dwelling, a well of water,
good stables and other outhouses. Levied
on as the property of I. H. Philphot, at the
suit of 8. VH. Brown and others.
TRMS CASH-Purchaser to pay extra
for titles. .
* If teirms not complied with, property
to be resold at risk of former purchaser.
JOAB MAULDIN, V.c.
may 9, -1808 . 86 4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF PICKEN8.
B Y virtue of sundry executiors, to me di.,
rected, I will sell to the highest bidder,
at Pickens Court House, on Monday, 8d day
of June next, during the legal hours of sale,
the following property, to wit: -
One Tract of Land, containing 354 Acres,
more or less, lying on Shoal Oreek, waters of
Saluda river, adjoining lands of Mizabeth
Hunt, Rebecca Hunt, Redden Rackley and
others. Levied on as the property of Win. P.
Hunt, at the suit of Evans A. Kelley, Admin
TEnis CAsn-Purchaser to pay extra for
IM.If terms not complied with on day of
sale, property will be resold at risk of former
JOAB MAULDIN, s.r.c.
may 9, 1878 35 . 4
- Sheriff's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
BY virtue of an execition to me direoted
BI will sell to the highest bidder at Pickens
Court House on Saleday in June next, during'
the legal hours or sale, the following prop
erty, to wit:
One Tract of Lantl, containing 1.1 Acres,
more or less, adjoining lands of Mrs. Jones
and others. Levied on as the property-of
J. C. Hendricks, deceased, at the s uit of Abel
TERMS CASII-Purchaser to pay extra'
lie.If ternms not complied with on day of
sale, properly to be resold at risk of formecr
JOAB M.\ULDIN, s.r.c..
may 9, 1878 354
888 pages. Price 50 cnts. Fcee by mail.
Conutainis the u;nmes ami ci ulwws o,1 al
new-p~a pers. ind az G(3 o~/ e of he. townIs
which they ar me pubIlliktd.
A ddress GEO, T P(J\ EL~L & CU,.
10) Spi.ei' eete, .New York.
Awardled Afgh1iet prfad at Centennial Exrosition for
.ne cAewing qiaties and rceteuec an?d lv.ting d~.ir
over mad. .As our 1)11 atrl tnntnrad a clstoba
lmitatr on inf.rier gooids. reo that Jarckaan's )fe is
BE FOTR ini Ehtf- ANS
Caibinet or ParI tor Organ,
De sure to send for our Latest Catalogue and
Circulars with new stytes, reduced p)rices andl
much information. Sent. Free. MASON &
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rican Newspaper Union List Go operative
Nawspapers, and canvass for advertisements
in the vicinity of their own homes. To
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sion, and advance regular weekly payment
on account. Address, with references, REA LS
& FOSTER, General Agents American News
paper Union, No. 10 Sprue-strcee, N. Y.
When I sa&y cure I do not mean ir erely to
stop them for a time and then have them re
turn again; I mean a radical cure. I am a
regular physician, and have made (lie (is
ease of FITS, EPILEPSY ORt FA LLING
SICKNESS a life long study. I warrant, my
remedy to cure the worst cases. Because
others have failed is no reso for not now
receiving a cure from me. Scud to mec at
once foi' a Treatise and Free Bottcle of my in
falible remedy. Give express and postottice.
It costs you nothing for a trial, and I will
cure y ou. A ddress.- Dr. HI, 0. ROO T, 183
Pearl Street, New York.
0 MIXED CA RDS, with name, 10 cents.
uAgen ts outfit 19c. L. JoNEs & Co.,
Nassau, N. Y,
25 Fancy Cards, Snowflake Damiask. A s
sorted in 25 styles, with name, 10 cts.
Nassau Card CIo.,'"assau, N. Y.
$A DAYS tAents canvassing for the
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Address P. 0. VICKERY, Auguiga, Meijie.
~~prie $510 only $135.
Great._bargains. . BE TA TY, Wash ingtoni, N.J.
PULMIONA is a certain^reinoiy
for Consumption. Ask your 'druggist for it.
Sirculars free. Address o. 0. MosEs, 18
Cortlaund street, New York.
FEN o. 92 . Tghth St.
heultroublee obothwl n f alee thaan ptyel3n
The PHYSIOL.OOY OF MARRIACE
The PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER
Books that ere reeaH onad., a.d soIr-lastr.te,, in aH mat.
FALL IN PRICES.
SECURE AN AGBCY
and. 00 or $100 per week.
"THE EVER REAIF AND NMVRR OUT ot ORME."
1020 SEWIMG xACHINE $20
For Dovd0t0o use.
WITH TAB,LE AMD FIXTURES Coj(
PLE.T, REDUCED FO ONLr $20.
A perfect and unequaled, large, strong and
durable Machine, corrtructed elegant and
holid, from the best material with mathema.
tical precision, for Constant Family use ov
manufacturing purposes. Always ready st a
moment's notice to do its day's ivork, 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 RIllable, with
all the valuible improvements to be found in
the highest priced Machines, warranted to do
the same work, the same way, and as rapid
and sinooth as a $75. Machine, An acknow,
ledged triumph of ingenious mechanical skill,
essentia ly the .working woman's friend, and
far in advance of all ordinary Machinee, for
absolute. Strength, Reliability and general
usefulness; will Hem, Fell, Tuck, Sean Quilt,
Bind, Braid, Cord, Gather, Ruffle, Shirr,
Plait, Fold, Scallop, Roll, Embroider, Run
up Breadths, &c., with wonderful rapidity,
xeatness and ease, sews the strongest lasting
stitch equally fine and smooth through all
kinds of goods, from cambrio to several thick
nesses of broadc0th or leather, with fl.ie or
coarse cotton, linen, silk or twine. Givos
perfect satisfaction. Will earn its cost se,
eral times over in a season in the work it does
or make a good living for any man ot woman
who desires to use it for that purpose; works
so faithful and easy the servants or children
can use it without damage. Prioe of Ma
chino with light table, fully equipped for
family work, $20. IIALF CAsE. CoVER, SIDY
DRAWER AND .CABINET STrYLEs each at tor.
rerpondingly low rates. Safe delivery guar
anteed, free from damage. Explanatory
pamphlets illustrated jWth engravings of the
several styles of Machinc, references, va
riety of sewing, &c., mailed free. Confiden
tial terms with lberal inducements to enter
prising Clergymnen, Teachers, Business Men,
Traveling or Local Agents, &c., who desire
exclusive Agencies, furnished on application.
Address JOHN It. KENDALL & CO., 421
Broadway, New Yo.tk.
Jan 81, 1878 21 ly
STATE OF SOUTH CAROCINA.
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEjAS
W. O- Field, Successor,
vs. Complaint on bond
'i. S. Jones et. al.J
B Y virtue of a decretal ordler in the above
stated case, made the 20th day of Marcia,
1878, by lion. T1. J. Mackey, Presiding .Judge,
I wilt sell to ihe highest. bidder at. Pickens
C. H-., on Mionday, 8d of June next, during
the legal hours of sale, the following prop
erty, to wit..
P All that Tract of Land, situate in the
County and State at'oresaid, on Ooileno
Creek. known in a pulat of thle latnds belong
ing to the Estate of Alexander Edens, de
ceased, as tract No. 2, bounded by tracts
No. I anid 3 of said Estate.
TERMS CASl--Prchaseis to pay for all
Wit ness my hand and oflicial seal at Pick
ens Court House, this 9th day of May, 1Fd8.
..J. LEWIS, o.c.i'.
3@eIf terms not. comiledco with on day of
sale, property to be resold at risk of formner
-may , 1878 35 4
C A M PA IGN.
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RItIDAN & D)AWSON, Proprietors.
Charleston, S. C.
ap 4, 1878 80
Manhood an alt dInordera bonht or b mI
cet or Wes Any )rggt atheingr
Wees sixth sre, Cimetamati,'0.
P0 IUMand Morlnbine habiteured.
On?RIum ang. t *51 Sabolr
Wmi .R o e n;frbo a
.' t,O o. stuco a. l .n
Fail to try our Waiet arranted
Gard6n Seeds and larly Rose .PotW
toei. *To use pure anmd reliable Seeds
We a.1o. hve %he North -Caralhpa
Irish Pothto at 75 cen4e per bathel.
Onion Setts at 121 per quart , elack
Oats at 75 cents per buelh).
Special attention is called to our
Haiman UnIversaf Plow Stof--the
best and bheapost yet invented. Pol
ished Steele Twisterv, Heel Bolts and
other Farming * Implementb---w bich
we are selling at
Prices. To make room for an exten
sive Spring Stock, we are off'ering,our
remaining Fall and Winter Stock at
cost, for cash or barter. It will ligbten
To in'vest your money whore there is
the. best profit. - Call and examine.
We charge nothing for showing and
pricing our Goods.
IIAGGOD, ALEXANDER & CO.
Pickens G. 11. S. C.
Feb 28, 1878 25
USUALLY KEPT IN AN
'V1 t try
M cF A LL'S,
I KEEP .GOOD
PRICES TO SUTITo TIE IIAIRD
, W. T. MIcFALL.
Jan 10, 1878 18
?ORTABLE AND STATIONARY
I T A KE this method of informing all parties
Iintecrested, that I will be found in my of
fice, at Pick ens Court Ilouse " on each
W E D.N E 8 D) A Y, and on each SALRnAY,
for the purpose of transacting any business
that. comes under my jurisdiction.
As my duties as School Commissioner wilI
compell me to ho absent in different parts of
the County, I appoint these specIal days for
the benbltit af all concernedi. Office hours,
from 9 a. mn. to 4 p. m.
0. W. SINGLETON,
.Feb &. 18 . School Commiassioner.
*L IL 01,YD.
Speotaf ttentuw pt1of A6 oeswovi.
April 4, 1878
A. Bbtoa, 0 9" ' aTaT,
M. F. Ansa, rkom C. -H.
Greenville, 8. Q. . . 8, C.
BLYTSE, ANBEI.&A BTT
ATTORNBYB# C17OU MLO58ArZAW,
PICKENS 0. H, a.
(Offlice fn ScAool Commisione' QPc
Will praotice in the State and O4
Marck 21, 1878 28
J 8 COTHRAN, R A CmU.%
Abbevillo C li) r5okeni C I
A 7'ORNEtS 4 CO UNMELORB A LA W
P I~ E N 8 . I. S, C.6
Will Practice in all Ehe Courts of the State
and Courts of the United States, fev thd Dis.
triot of South Carolina.
March 29 *1877 29
UREEAVILLE, 8. C.
A. M. SPEIGETB, Proprietor.
IM.BELLS I i THR ROOMs,
Jo 14, 1877 40
Wiliins; WUIa: a Co.
maia-St. Greenville a' 0.
Ifakdwae Cutle'y, Gums,
. Pistols, &c.
FINE TABLE AND POCKET CUTLER, A
Bar Iron and Steel;
Blacksmith's, Carpenter's and Mechiaa(o's
Builders Ilardware of eYery descripti a';
WVagon and Carriage Materiglmj
A full line of Best Qualit.y Leather aad"Ruab
ber Belting, alwaya in stock;
Fairbanks Standard Scales;
The Hlall Safe and Look Company;
The "Taylor" Cotton Gin;
Tucker's Patont Alarm Money Drawer
Also, for (lhe Celebrated Shaenberger Hlorse
We are ,prepared to sell Streedes Iron at
the lowest quotations from any markets, and
still propose to duplicate invoicen from North
orn Jobbing Houses, addii gl ata
W ILK INS, WILLIA)MS & CO.
Greenville, 8. 0.
Sept 6, 1877 62 6m
Piedmont Air Line Railway.
1aT TRAIN STATIOSs 2z0 mTRAW
12 80 p mn Galveston 12'80 p in
5 00 pm New Orleans '60 y
7 260pm BaySt, Louis . ..2708 pm
11 25 pm - Mobile 11 20p m
7 05 a )nIontgotnery ' 705ain
9 45 ai Opelika 94
10 40 am West1Point 10 40a m
6 00 p mn Atlanta 8 00 a m
7 00 pm iuford ~' 75a m
7 47 p m Gainesville 8 86 a in
8 27 pm Lula 9 06a m
9 06 pm MtA iry 9 36a m
9 46 pm Tocoa 100O8a m
11 48 pm Central 12O01pin
1 00 am Greenville 10
2 30 am Spartanburg 2 27 pma
5 09 am Gastonia 4 62 p
7 20 a m Charlotte Junction 6 00 p a
11 16 am Greensboro 19 41 pm:
1160p m Danville .12 68 a
1 38 pm Dundee . 100a m
5 17 p m Burkeville 4 61 mmt
7 39 pm Belle Isle 7 20,e
8 00 p mi Ulchmond ? 45 a.se
A rrive Arwive
1 27 a to Washington 1 10 p m
8 20 a mn Balt.imore 8 19 p a
6 40 am Phailadel phia 9650 p a
9835a m New York 10O06p a
885 p m Boston 800.a re
Train leaving Atlata at 6 00 in o onnee9y
at Dundee, Virginia, with trathtfor Lyneh.
burg; thence direct to Washington City ,Im
Virginia MIldland Route.
1S7 TRlIAN .STATIONSe ZD IRAIW
Lea4e Leave -g
9 00 am Boston 7 00 pmg
6 30 pm New York . 8 16 am
And by Limited Express- 926 a ha
9 80 p m Philadelphia 11 46 a m
12 55 am Baltimore 6 00 ptui
8 30 am Richmond 11l85pin
8 65 a mn Belle Isle 12 00 ni'g
10 17 am Burkeville 2 06a m
2 25 pm Dundee 88
2 00 pm Danville 6 06a m
5 05p m Oreensboro 8 268am
840 p m Charlotte J notion 11 46 a m
8 48 pm Charlotte 11 55ain
9 238pm Gaustonin 12 55a m
12 46 at mprabr 8.1 p m
2 20 am - Greenville 4 86 p in
8 24 am Central 68p m
5608 am Tocoa 7 16p m
5 48 apy Mt Airy 8 05p m
8 20 am Lula 8 88 pm.
-(Change cars for Athens; Ga)
6 61 a mn GaInesville 9 05 p m
7 50 am Buford -9 41p m
11 30 am Atlanta 11 80 ai
4 16p m West Point 4l15pwi
5685p m Opelika. 6 85p m
8 26 p mn Montgomery 8 25 p im
8 15a m Mobila 81
6 456am Bay 8S) LouIs 64
8380 am New Orleans 8 8 a m
Arrive - Anrew.
8 00 am Galveston 800 a m
Train leaving Washingtou City, vi Tir.. a
ginila Midland Route, at 2 47cam., 4oSVehts
at Dundee, Virginia, with south boaud train
of ibis line, through to Atlanta ad al TMotih
weiern nointe. Jan 1, 187&