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Whin each month vtt 4 -.'616ek p. at.
th tooso hmofb A-10* o'clock r. m.
" 24al~ - .4v;ot"- f
* ,~ mio, s Sbbat a S8ud yiff
month at,1 o'glock a.-so.
tev.Jugh )4q1eov, at Secona on 4th Sab- I
batb' at 11 o'clook a.- m , and at the Methodist
Chutob In this piace at 5 o'clo6k p. m.
IV' -Our price for announcing a ina n
didate is $5.00,.cash in advance. Posi
dively no announcement will be inserted
without the cash accompanies the same. I
Clandidates and their - friends will take a
due notice-and govern themselves accor- I
ousin John," at Central, keeps
the best HotWt in the South.
Mr, Barnett Smith bad corn silks i
on the 8d of June. '
a stey locals crowded out of this
isue-will appear.in.our naxt.
. i. d. endriks placed us under
tbigations to him'last week for a i
-nice. iess of okra. This was the
first we have see this season.
Capt. C. L. Hollingsworth has re-.
signed the position of Clerk of the
Board of Cottnty Commissioners, and
Maj. J. J. Lewis has been elected in
A WORD FROMt CENTIgAL.-Go to
11. C. SHIRLEY'S to get your shoes
and bate. *
Mrs. W. W. Martin, from a few
babbage heads, has made two gallons t
of seed. - This is on Pea Ridge, where
some people would think a cabbage
- - would not.grqw..
The funeral of Rev. V. Young will
be preached at Liberty by Rev. Dr.
Jones, on the 4th Sunday in July.
The relativcs and friends are respect
fully irivited to attend.
The Central Democratic Club will
weet at Central on Saturday, the 29th
int., at 10 o'clock.
.B. S. GAINEs, Pres.
11 C. S1IaRLEY, See.
Wmn. Cullen Bryant, the p)oet and
Journatlist, dwQd at his residenco in thie
city of New York, on the 12th mast.,
at the ripe aige of eighty four.
There wais only one criminal case in
* Anderson at the last termu e Court.
The public d~.ht of thec city of
Chaurlestoni is $4,'756,854.60. The in
terest anniually amuount~s to $287,000.
* M EETING oF COUNTY 'EXECUTIVE 4
* ComM ITTg-The Coon ty Executiive
-Committee of the Demiocrtic paIrty
will meet at Pickens C. II., S. C., on
Saturday, the 6th daiy of July next,
for' the purpose of selecting delegates
* ~ to. the State and Congressionial Cori
ventiorns, arid fixing the time and mnan
* nor of holding the primary election for
* candidates for County otlicers, Sena,
tor and Repr'esentatives, and trans,.
* acting such other business as may I
pr aperly come before it.
* .'* ...- R. E. BOWEN, Chairman.
THE' GOAN WAR.-A 100 lb. solid
-- shot. If any man insults your corn
anon sense by offoring- a first class 91
- stop organ for $65, "shoot him on the
spot." All necessity for buying such
interior Organs is forever done away
with. $100, .cash, or 8110 on easy
terms, now buys aimagnificent Mason
& Hiamlin Parlor or Church Organ
with Four Sets Reeds an dTen Stops,
in elegaut new style cisev ith, illumi
rated panels.-Handsome'st style of
case ever prod uced.-Special offer to
introduce this st~yle.-Sen t on tilial.
Quaranteed for a life time.-Rented
until plaid for.--Other new styles jusit
* out.-Illustrated catalogues free.
AddessL UDE & A TsSavannah,
G a ,'Manuf~acturer's Wholesale Agents
for the South. 4
To the Citizens of Pickens'County :
-I thank my friends for the unmer,
ited comrpliment of putting my name
ia nomination for the Senate. I ac
cept the nomination, feeling confident
you might~ have found a more suitable
man, but none will servo you more
cheerfrilly or earnestly if elected. I
uandesstand that there are numbers of
men in the County who wish to know
bow I am on the fence law. I am In
favor of letting that alone at present.
Anderson, County is trying the experi
went. of the change, . let us see what
imake~s of it. I am strongly In fa.
- or of the people settling this ques.
tiona for themselves-it is no question
d~4r the Legislature. It seems to me
bhat the wester'n and northern por.
Jlona of the County would not want
the law changed for years to come,
e di ever, even the balance of the County
dbuld-deslre the ohange.
ia aboisor qtq of
a~~I 4, h (tin geh
tas proce a 'tcnsantly going on
l'heso reado n the production of tihat
Nondertal Vivifying ageont the blood,
Nhich in a state of health rushed la-j
lern with the elements of vitality -to.
,h remotest parts of the systen. But
whert the stomach is semi-paralyzed
>y dyspepsia, blood nianufactitre0 is
inrried on imporfei 'ly, the circulation
grows thin and sluggish, and the sys
em suffersin conhequence. Moreover,
ndigestion reacts upon the liver and
>owels, rendering the brt sluggidh
nd the latter constipatedi. Thle'
r ain also it offrs by ayinpathy, and
,,N heidaphes, sepleessness and noro
F606 symptoms are engendered. Hos
etters-Stamach Bitters reforms this
tate of things, gives permanent tone
d regularity to the stomach and its
s)ociate organs, the bowels and liver,
aid onsure corplete nocrishmnt
ncreased vigor of the system. It is
he most popular as well as the most
fMcient antindyspeptic and tonio in
;A* ltheslttr AT.-Every agent who
ls ben steadily selling the Improved $20
fomestead Lock Stitch Sewing Machine for
bree years, owns his dwelling house, has a
ood account in bank, is clear of debt, and
;s money at interest.-the natural onie,
uene of securing a good agency for supe
ior goods at the lowest prices. A good first
lass Sewing Machine, most useful -reliable
I all times, easy to underst and control.
he same simfe and does the same work as any
nachines that sell at Foun ThEs the price
l'here is no machine at any price better, or
hat will do ner or more work, and certainly
ione so low in price by many dollars. The
osMETEA is widely snown and used in
housands of families in the Eastern and
liddte dtates, and daily becoming popular
n the West. It will save its cost several
imes over in one season, doing the work of
he family, or will earn four Tr five dollars a
lay for any man or woman who sews for a
iving. It is the strongest machine made, is
eady at all times to do its work, makes the
Irongest and finest stih yet invented, and
d fully acknowledged asthe Standard Family
ewing Mahine. Price, complete for do
nestic use, reduced to $20, delivered at your
loor, no matter how remote you may reside.
luiness permanent and -honorable, with
nore certain and rapid sales, and larger
rofuts than any other. Extraordinary liberal
ffer made to local or traveling agents where
re have none established; or, if thjere is no
6genL near you, send your order direct to the
actory. Address John H. Kendall & Co.,
21 Broadway, New York.
g@" The friends of the Hion. D. WYATT
~1KEN respectfully nominate him for re
leetion to Congress-subiject to thie Demo,
.For the Senate.
lii Th~e many friend, of DR. W. T.
T'IEL~D respectfully announce himi as a can
lidate for the Senate-subject to the primary
lection. MaNY FRIENDE.
gf The many friends of the lHon. D. F.
3RA DLEY announce him as a candidate for
lhe Senate--subject to the primary election.
di naAnr av has made a useful and efficent
nember of the lower House, and cannot fail
o give satisfaLction1 in this new and higher
eld of duty. MANY VOTERS.
Easley,_June 7, 1878.
For the Legislature.
11! The many friends of Mn. WV. T.
30WEN respectfully announce him as a car.
lidate for the Legislature-su'bject to nomi
tation by the primiary election.
1gJr The friends of R. A. CHILD nom
nate him for the Legisiature-subject to a
iomination at the primary election. Mr.
JuIIIn is a young man of ability, and if el
cted, will reflect credit alike upon himself
nd constituents. MANY FRIENDS.
For Probate Judge.
8lii The many friends of REV. OLIN L.
DURANT respectfully announce him a can
lidate for ProbqeJudge at the ensuing elec
ion-subject, however, to the primary elec
g~ The friends of W. 0. FIE LD, respect
riuly announce him as a candidate for re
leot ion to the office of Probate Judge-sub
ject to a nomination at the primary election.
Mr. FIELD has made an efficient and faithful
afficer, and his re-eleotton will be hailed with
iatisfaction by hIs MANY FRIEND9.
For School Commissioner,
g'g The many friends of Rev. 0. WV.
SINGLETON, with pleasure, nominate him
as a candidate for re~elecdlon to the offiCe of
County School Commissioner-subject, to the
will of the voters tt the approaching primary
Mr. SINGLETON has been unliring In his
efforts to build up and run the schools of
Pickens County and faithful in the discharge
of every official duty, and his re-election will
give continued sotisfaction to his.
gii The many friends of JOSEPH B.
DLYD)E respect fully announce him a candi.
lidate for School Oommissoner-subject to a
riomination at the primary election.
For County Commissioner.
gg. The friends of Captain JI. 3. HIERD
respectfully announce htm as a candidate for
county Commssioner-subject to the pri
nary election. MANY (RIUNDs.
GPIUMand Morpbie aitered.
T HE Treasurer 'of Pickens CojtyV will
open his books at the Court House for
the col lection of the first installmeit ot Taxps,
for the year 1877, on the 17th day of June,
and will remain open at the Court House
from the 17th to the 26th day of June Inclu.
sive, and at the following places:
Central, 27th day of June.
Liberty, 28th day of June.
Easley, 29th day of June.
Dacusville, 1st day of July.
Pumpkintown. 2Q day of July.
King's Store, 8d day of July.
J. J. Herd's, 4th day of July.
And at the Court House till the 17th of
July. The books will then be closed and a
penalty of six per cent be added on frst in.
stallment. Persons between the ages of 21
and 60 years of age, not exempt by law, are
liable to Poll Tax. The levy is as follows:
State Tax; 4. mills
Oounty Tax, 8 mills.
School Tax, 2 nills.
Total, 9% mi.
T. W. RUS8ELL,
June 6, 1878 86 8
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
B Y virtue of an execution to me direted
I will sell to the highest bidder at Piokens
Court House onSaleday in July next, during
the legal hours of sale, the following prop
erty, to wit: - -
All that Tract ot'Parcel of Land situate in
Pickens County, on both sides of one prong
of Shoal Creek, waters of Salud' Uiver, ad
joing lands of Jesse .Vrensliaw; . 4girewell
Hill and others, and containing ,Two Hun
dred Acres, more or less. It betig-thofla6e
whereon J. S. Iendriclks nqw &lvg e.*d
on as the property of Abel. ,Hendoicks,a't tbe
suit of Martha Jones. d
TERMS CASH-Purchaser to y extra
3@ If terms not complied with on ~day of
sale, property to be resold at. risk of.. formier
JOAB MAULDIN, S.P.o.
June 1, 18P 40 8
The State of Sout Ia Carolina
COUNTY OF PJI'KENS.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
0. WV. Lathamn, against WV. A. Glyde and R.
Judgment of For&,closure and Sale.
I N p)ursuuIce of a dlecretal order .made in
thec above stted caise, and to mnd dir~ct ed,
I will tell to the haighiesmt bidder, at.;1ickens
Court Hou~se, on Saleday in July nlext,.the
Premises described in said order, to wvit:
All that. TRtACT of LJAND, yituate' in thme
County and State aforesaid, containing --.
acre3, more or less, aind mord part icularly
described in the mortgage given by thme said
WV. A. Clyde to the said G. W. Lathmam.
TEll MS: One-half camsh, the balance on a
credit of t welve mionths; pumrcha~ser to give
bond andl~ security, with mortgag,- to secure
balance of purchase mniy.
Purchasers to pay for papers.
Witness my hande and official seal at Pick
ens Court Ilouse, this (>th day of June, 1878.
J. J. LEWIS, c.c.r.
SiiPurchase money and costs to be paid~
on damy of saile, or the property will be re
sold at risk of former purchaser.
Junec 0, 1878 89 . 4
WARRANITED BEST CHEAPSBT.
Also. MIL.UNG MA ljERY.
PRICES REUC A . t0,7S.
Pamphlets free. Ordrd, Yos, ?L.
AGE4NTS ! READ -THISt!
We will pay Agents a salary of :$100 per
Month, and expenses to sell our New and
Wonderful Inventions. A ddress, 'SuxnxmAM
& Co., Marshall, Mich.
~?VlBeautiful Concert Grand PIi- flflij
IIM Vnos price $1600 only $425.UAUURi
Superb Grandl Square Pianos, price $1,100
only $265. Elegant Upright P'ianos, price
$800 only $156. Now ntyle Upright Pianos
$112.50. Organs $86. Organs 12 stops
$72.50. Church Organs 16 stops price $390,
only $115. Elegant $375. Mirror Top Or
gans, only $05. Buyers corpe. and see me at
home if 1 am not as represented, It. R. Fare
paid both ways and Piano or 'Ohgan giv'en
free. Large Illst. Newspaper with much in.
formation about cost of' Piano4 adid Organs
sent free. Please address DAunrr.F, usNAvr Y,
Washington, N. J,___
$ For a CASh. of CATARRHI that San
eford's~ fadical cure foer Catarrh w-ill
not Instantly retieve and speedily
.cure. References, Henry Wells. Esq.,
hells, Fargo & Co., Aurora. N. Y.;
Win. Brown, Esq., Mcllatton, Grant
& Bowen, St.. Louis. Testimonials
$ 5O and treatise by mail. Price with:
improved Inhaler, $1. Sold every
where. WEEKS & POTTRR, Proprietors,
PASsons' PUROATIVE PILSs raake New Rich
Blood, and will cotmpletely chtatge the blood
in the entire system in three months. Any
person who will take 1 pill etch night from
1 to 12 weeks may be restero sound
health, if such a ttung be possipg .ent by
mail for 8 letter st amps.
I. S. Joinason & Co,,. ggg Me.
THE GREAT NEN OF00$b.
A new work of Great lnterest to eot~y Bible
Reader and Student in the Lands
AddIress for descripti.ve termns and olretiars
NELSON & PH IL LIPS, Publishere.3
No. 805 Broadway, Yew York.
June 20, 1878 41 4
I *''~'**~~ ~
,..' ~ 4.
i-fting Cow Milker MTg Co.
as W 11shoud have one qt our wonderff nlk4r.
4 con inng soe on &w e 10w.
a and scentiicl ly explaiuedr by Drs. White' and
at-free to ay addressa
GOo. 3. RING, Preelee.,
Padway, New Yor&,
XALL IN PRICES.
9URE AN AGENCY
and $50 or $100 per week.
"fal EVUR READY AND NEtUR OUT o ORhDIE."
020 SEWING MACHINE $20
For Domestic use.
WITH TABLE AMD FiXTURES COM
PLETE, REDUCED TO ONLY $20.
A perfect and unequaled, large, strong and
durable Machine, 3onstructed elegant and
solid, from the best material with mathema
tical precision, for Constant Family use or
manufacturing purposes. Always ready at a
moment's notice to do its day's work, never
out of order, and will last a generation with
moderate care; easy tj understand and man.
age; light, smooth, and swift running, liket
tihe 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 sarme work, the same way, and as rapid
and smooth as a $75 Machine. An acknow
ledged triumph of ingenioua mechanical skill,
essentiadly 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,
Eeatness and case, sews the strongest lasting
stitch equally fine and smooth through all
kinds ot 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 times over in a season in the work it does
or make a good living for any mnan 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 ligit table, fully equipped for
family work, $20. IIALFCAsH. COVER, Sinn
DRAWER AND CABINET STYLF.s eachi at corn
recpondingly low rates. Safe delivery guar,
anteed, free Irom damage. Explanatory
pamnphlets 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
excht ive Agencies, furnished on application.
Addrdsa JOHN 11. KENDALIL & CO., 421
Broadway, New Yoak.
Jan 31, 1878 21 IV
AGENTS If you want to MAKE
MONEY pleoasantly and fast, address
FINL10Y, [lAiLVEY & Co., A thintai. Gn.
L, ~No.12 N. Eighth 8t.
St. Louis, Mo.
The P HYSIOLOOY OF MAR RIACE
The PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER
a.'"t.*ng l . e r bsaex ma i iisra hen n li
language eiry undoodr. Tet ok emb'ac.*
sle and oi accuatle. Paerfctl fibth arrid satid
fac1 wtho gureedndveentyive pelair cent.
iaed O K D ll A LLrk is the aoldyof uestablished
Cte tsmthing thoueai Amerca!. oi Snw b
wholesate ditmearl indiscrmmonks Rhe ai othrwise,
befclhaty mail e, a ithier
oFtull andie Wo.an, An .nie-plated Remigton
boteivolvewt ole nchunrdcrrdesn
receipt of 00. n oe r tms
Ew~ grmentfo selamp esementyain x
presl, toany addures. Pomplte sfit. $13 00i
facionustragirculdan wntyfiampler ente.
sEd!glihAugby Footballd, Militablishd
WhiAe TrouesV aand eU ipores, B asenal
$2.7 ea . Onrcep SIMMN.2& wlsN
Full sizecU. S.4 A. Nkewp12tops, Reinto
Revolver, ithneO hnre tridgcres, sent
expgess' bto adny p arte oflh the uneldo
racdrinot 00. no h ousmnfc
Firrst pwhoe decilver thepulai over allurompeg
Grand OfgrsnShyntrment.ssapd Sen d yujilo x
fosrpcat ofead circular apexoseng e
&EBatesh Whulsay Footalls MndOr GDeers,
adBche Sit AdTdrccs
Awarded Aak Cetall Bositon M for
New, of ct. $1nd aI. ew, be Stocco
ewm. As O t. 145trw, 12d-m~ Slosely
ctaesi e fer givn"Oh owe this "acrun' e war
raebt .dde & Bate ., stilel the gel
adrinPo A aT it heaiu bogcer mandc
Grand Ofr PianSody cstumn00, only
$425 Spelors, rand ciular Pia nsco
frauds of Pi.o5an Organ Tra. Organ1
sts, W 0 hourch iao Organ as, s
Sa3nn, onya11. Een 36Mro o
Organ ony$15 Trmn o acfceo
close outipeset stk ew~ Esitiom facory
soon. t be ered.~'a n qNiespaper withn mch
eveormaion Abot o Istri f Panomrs andors
saent free fsrgod. slaeadess DhAN E Fako. BE
free, toW.ahington, N. Co., u.PtrsrgV.
Ireside Bautior ulm Cnceuft Grand
$dr2. uer VIrY AquguPast, coste
$110onl $265. Elgn i. ghtPins
covste$00 jdosly .Ne Stys (Opisht
stpgs),7 60. aChurch ran 1o rap ote
Orgdans nly $10ic. Tmnos Ecange Re
sets free. PlAaddress APOTEL, Wt B
ATTY, angn,8 N.l st1e,NwYtk
Fail to try Iourt Buist Warranted
Garden Soode and Ewrly Rode FotaI
tWes. To use pure and reliable Seeds
We also havo the North CarohisV
Irish Potato at 75 cents por bhbel.
On-ion Setts at 12+ per quart. Black
Oats at 76 cents per bushel.
Special attention is called to our
Haiman Universal Plow Stock-the*
beet and cheapest yet invented. Iol,
ished Steele Twisters, heel Bolts and
other Farming imnplement-which
we are selling at
Prices. To make room for an exten.
sive Spring Stock, we are offoringour'
remaining Fall and Winter Stock at
cost,'for cash or barter. It will lighten'
To invest your money where there is
the best profit. Call and examine.
We charge nothing for showing and
pricing our Goods.
HLAGOOD, ALEXANDER &CO.
Pickens C. H. S. C.
Feb 28, 1878 25
USUALLY KEPT IN AN
Up onmtry soc
Mc FALL .S.
I KEEP GOOD
PRICES TO SUITo TIlE HARD
WV. T. McFALJ.
Jan 10, 1878 18
THE UNEQUAllED JAS, L EFFEL. DOUBLE
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY
SAW, FLOUR AND GRIST MILLS.
UE~rINUG, PULEYS AND EAN~GERS
JAddn, POOLE & HUNT.
I T4K E this method of informing all parties
inte.ested, that I will be found in my of
face. at. Pickens Court House: on each
WV E D) N E 8 D) A Y, and on each 8ArLoIAY,
for the purpose of transacting any business
t hat comes under my jurisdiol Ion.
As my duties as Sehool Commissioner will
compell me to be absent, in different parts of
the County, I appoint these special dyfor
the benenlt of all concerned. Ofilce hours,
from 9 a. m. to 4 p. mu.
0. W. SINGLWTON, .
Behool CominbeIoIs -
fab 8. 1877 2
ApWf4 U 1
MI. A isilkn
[ IgnTi .., r. P
BL BW. T
A TT OR NEI9 f.0N$8 A W,
'WIONES $1 .
[Office iwr&odi Ovntiestera e.)
Will practico. in te Stit ad A ral
118 COTH'AN, I A- O
lbbeville C I ) Pickenl
T TORNE!YSA rUNSE)I A T V
PIT I 0 $ O. '1%! S. O
Will Ptaci66 in all tie -Coiirti:6f the 8t I'
nd Court8 of the Ujilted Stafes, for the 8
.riot of South Cairoli*a.
larch'29 1877 29
T O i !
UREEPTWLLE S. C.
. M. SPEIGH8.Poprieto
UFj.BIERL*l, 'IY -'1ME ROUVS.
Junce 14, 187j.. -
Main-St- 1env* D1e St.
HIardwaO6, utleu y, Guns,
FINE TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERA. t
Bar Iron and Steoi;
15h'tek~inith's, - 'arpenitet-'s "and Mechanics
Builer3 ,1,lrdf e of every descripitton;
Wagon arid1 Carriage Materiabi;
A full line of Best, Quality Ize ser and'liu
per Beltin'g, alWays in stock;
Fairb'akg a ted:.rd -Scales; -:
*The. Hanl Safo -and L/[ck.Company;
Tucker'.. Ptent ALar..Moq~ey Drawer
Also, for the Celebrated' Sliae4berger Hlor
- -and' Alule'Shoes * s
We arc -prepared- to sell .:tweedes Iron a
the lowest quotations. from ainy markets, atL
still propbo t o duplicate inV~icee from North
ern. J obbin g- diouses; addinog. only actui'
(reighta, .. .
. WILKINS, WV*LLDAMS & Co.
- -- - - .Gregnville, S. C.
Sept 6, 1877 62 6m
Piedmont Air Line Ralway.
1ST TRAIN STATIONs 2D TaAI'W
Leave - .-' Leave
12 30) p m . Gal~vestoA 12 80 p i.a
5 00 p m New Oi-lefins 6 00 p in
7 2f p mn Uay St'Lo%ie 7 20 p to
11 25 pm Mobile ... 11 2p ta
7 05 a m Afont'gomer' 7 0&a
9 45 a m -Opelika ~ 9 45 a
10 40 am West Point 10 40 a r
5 00 pm Atlanta 6 00aI:a
7 00 pm lhnfot' 7 55 a r
7 47 p mn ..- Giesvil 8 36 a to'
8 27,pm Lyla . 9O0a tu
9 06 pm it Airy 98a ta
9 40 pm TPoccoa 10 06 a t
11 48 p mn Central ,. 12 01 p n
1 00 a mn Greenville " 1 08 p um
2 30 a m'i Spartnanburg 2 27 p ui
5 09 am Glast onla - 4 52 pr.
7 20 a mn Charlotte 'Junction 6 00 p n
11 10 a mn Greensbory' 10 41 p ml
1 16 pm 1;anville o 12 58 an.
18p m Dundee ' 1 00 a n
5 17 p mn Burkeville 4 61 a ns
7 39 pm Uelle Islo 7 20 aa.
8 00 p m~ Rtichmoind 7 46 a ns
1 27 a mn Washaingt on- 1 10 p n:
3 2.0 a mn Ialtimore 3 10 p n.
6 40 a mn Phtiladel phia 0650 p n.
9 35 am ' New York> 10 056
8 35 pm ,- Boston ., 8O00.a e
Train leaving. Atlata' at 500 p m conneotyi
at Dundee, Virgirn'a, wit'h' ti-ain for Lynch..
burg; -thecnce direct.- to~Washington City vIe,
Virginia Afidland Rosite.
1B;TR.N ; COMiNO 9UT ,
la ini N STAT30ONS2DTaj
9 00 am - -. Bos~on r.- 7 00p m
6830 im 9w*Yor ~ 8 15 aw
And by TaimitedE'Wress 926 a tr
9 80 p m ' Philadelpiia 11 456a tr
12 55 anm Bilt iniore 5 00 po
8l30aam Richmohd 1185 pntr
855'a m. BIelle 1814r' 12 00 n'g
10 1.7 a mn Burkevilla~ 2 00 a m~
2 25 pm 'D~ndee 68a m
2 00 pm ' Da'nville.. O65aan.
5605 pm .Oreensboro, 8 26a-in
8 40 p mn Charlotte Junction 11 45 a pi
8 48 p in Crh~tit:&y. 1 5 t
9 23 pm - Gastopjp.. - 125
12 46 am Spa'rtari6uiil 8 15p.
2 20 am Green lle' 4 86 p
8 4 ' ar- - - -Cent 1 5 38
6,03 am. , .pcoa 7 16
564 a m ML'AIry ,* 51
O 20 am'~ ' .: Lu.8 8
- . (C. -(aIgo gar.fQr A thens;
6 51 am ma esville ' 05yn
11 80,a.mn. AtAantI 1138a
4 16.p m eat Pojut 4 15. }
8 25 pm -*a Mqhigameff 8 25 p
8315 am 1obilk 5
6 46am: lbay 8tsWi. 6 44imr
8 80a.mn - eNewQOdesa 8u5
Train lea'vIne Waslilingtdo Cit, y
ginia Midland- Route, at 2, 47 a ~
*t undteo, .ylvrginia, witle slutt a~u
ofhi lnethoulitoAt;N *4
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