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aontbh at o'olookp. m.
S otb 101 floo a;. m.
chu'rchov. W.* .B singe
abbthand aturds bifr
ili M 11 o'clook's. m.
Noeies, at Seons on 4th Bob
c lock'&. in , "ad at the4 Methodist
4$this place at 6 o'clock p. M.
Our. price for announcing a can
65.00, cash fn advance. Posi'
o announcement will be insebted
thq,%zh accompanies the same.
te and their friends will take
otice and govern themselves accor
-odat crop in this County, we
* formed, is very fine.
"glorious fourth" came and
we this section. That's all.
cholera has made its appear
an this section. Several hogs
hav ed from it.
C. .Barret is now rusticating on
the Mnost heighths of the Blue
Th as been the coolest summer
othts we ever experienced. What
- is the use of it! Can some one tell
Ca . C. Hughes has vary fine
sorgh cane and will make a quan.
tity o lasses this year.
Mis Vesta Mauldin and Addie
Hollin orth, of this place, have re
cently duated at Williamston Fe
Maj. . Stewart informs us thal
be kille o white musk rats recent
ly. W ver saw or heard of a whit<
musk fore, and have been in
formed those who have caugh
*many th hey never heard of a whit
Maj. J. Ambler~ will accept ou
thanks fo late copy of the York
shire Pos nd Leeds Intelligencer
published .cods, England.
The me s of the Hampton Horn
Guards wi 11 at the store of Messre
Hagood, anderI & Co , and ge
* their uuiifo at as early a day a
Suoo FL The undersigncd arK
the proptiot , for S. C., of the rig~
il Wile< paitent fan attachmrno
'for \eping off of the table, &c.
Eivei ) famil iould( have one. Cont
ty and town i rights will be sold
reasonable r .Address, Payne
Stewart, Cen , S. C., or E. F. Al
good, Picken II. S. C. *
THE ORGAN AR.-A 100 lb. soll
shot. If any insults your corn
-non sense by ering a firstclaiss
atop organ for , "Shoot him on Li
apotR' All no ity for buying su
interior Organ forever done awi
with. $100, e , or 8110 con oat
terms, now bou magnificent Mas<
& Hamlin Par or Church Orgt
with Four Sets e ds and Ten Stoj
in elegaut new e case with illun
mated panels. -4ndsomest style
case ever prod .-pcial offer
fntroduce thissa .-Sen t on ti ial.
Guaranteed for life time.-Rent
until paid for.- er new styles ju
out.-Il lustrated atalogues free.
AddroesLUDDEN ATES, Savanne
Ga , Manuf'actur W holesale Ager
for the South. 4
CowsUMPT~xoN CUR4 An old physicil
retired from practice aving had placed
his hands by an Ea~ ndia missionary
formula of a simple v~ table remedy, for
speedy and permane nure for consumpti
bronchitis, catarrh, hma, and all thr
and lung affections, at positive and radi
cure for nervous de'ty and all nerv<
complaints, after hav tested its wondei
curative powers in ti sands of cases,
felt it his duty to ma t known to hisia
fering fellows. Actual by this motive,
a ,desire to relieve h n suffering, I '
eeand, free of charge to who desire it,
recipe, with full direct a for preparingi
using, in German, Fre , or English. E
lby mail by addressin 'th stamp, nan
this paper. W. W. erar, 149 Pow~
Diock, Rochester, New rk. 41
EMFPoYMENT LIOR ADIEs AND G
TLEMEN AT HoME.-bir attention
boon called to some ow and lab
saving cooking u nsils-recer
Invented. One of w oh, the Unis
sal Weight and Men -ing Utensil,
weighing flour, su r, butter,
measuring molasses milk and
kinds of liquids used cooking,
tir'ely superseding e ensive see
The Patent Centenni Cake Pan,
biest and most conve nt Cako :
ever made, and whio every ho'
keeper will have wh they se4
-advantages over all ot re. Also,
Kitchen G.em, a plate wire boile
1lihg. inside of an ord ary p~ot,
2 ihoil ivg all kinds of ye tables, e,
eto,'whi h, when don can be
noved *1once perfecti dry witi
lting the heavy sooty ot off of
tove. Those goods a sold ex
sWly throuh agents families,
o.a spo~ d opport ity toea
'tIbie id ge cle. n canva
ofsO atoso4 e etency
* ~ 1 9b e
The da of the Hon. D. WYATT
AKIN tes ully, nominate, hinm for re
eleetion to resa-subject to the Demo..
F he Senate.
. t. The friends of Da. W. T.
FIELD respec announce him as a can
didate for the te-subject to the primary
election. MANY FRIENDs.
SW- The ma riends of the Hon. D. F.
BRADLEY ann e him as a candidate for
the Senate-sub to the primary election.
Mr. BRADLDy h do a useful and efficeni
member of the I House, and cannot fail
to give satisfactiln this new and highei
field of duty. I MANY VOTERS.
Easley, June 7,18.
For th egislature.
Igg The frie of B. J. JOHNSTOI
respectfully anno him as a candidate fo
the Legislature he ensuing election
subject to the act io the voters of Picken
County, at the app hing primary electior
nt.. The many nds of A. R. CRAll
respectfully annouibim as a candidate Ic
the Legislature at t nsuing election-sul
ject to a nomination the primary electioi
so, The many 6nds of Ma. W.
BOWEN respectfuilyinounce him as a Car
didate for the Legiskre-subject to nom
nation by the primialalection.
- The friends 'I. A. CHILD noi
inate him for the Leiature-subject to
nomination at the poary election. 1
CHILD is a young manT ability, and if <
ected, will reflect cred alike upon hims,
and constituents. tANY FRIENDS.
For Probat Judge.
g- The many frien of REV. OLIN
L DURANT respectfully aounce him a ca
didate for Probate Judgt the ensuing el,
tion-subject, however, the primary el
gg-~J' The friends of WI. FIELD, tespe
fully announce him as candidate for:
election to the office of lAbate Judge--s
ject, to a nomination at th primary electi
oMr. FIELD has made an (cient uind faiti
*officer, and his re-electtcon ill be hailed v
satisfaction by his . NY FRIENDS
S For School Cortissioner,
Eg(h many friend of REV. B3
INES respectfully ann<*ce him as a
0-ate for School Commisner at the e
iing election-subject to a omination at
t approaching primary elect ii.
-- ANY FBIEND
SThe many frixndspf Rev. 0.
SSINGLE'TON, with pleasu, nominate
as a candidate for re~eiect~it to the offi'
County School CommiissionG-subject to
'will of the voters at the appaching pii
Mr. SINGLETON has beentitiring il
defforts to build up and ru~ the schoc
- PickensCounty and faithful the dischi
Sof every official ditty, and hise-election
egive continued sotisfact ion tois..
h MAN' FRIENI]
7 g The many friends o. JOSEPI
CLY DE respect fully announcdhim a ci
ndidate for School Oommissione-subjec'
nomination at the primary eledon.
ofFor County Coammsione
- ggThe experience, finacial al
dpatriotism, and zeal that is hiee
characterized the official recortof JOI
GOSSETT, prompt us to pretut him
'candidate for the office of Couty 001
tsioner-subject to the voice of he pee
the approaching primary electio.
~ AfterMAN VOT1
in EggAfterrepeated solicitatns o
he part of my friends, and being thiunan
he, choice of Pumpkintown Democrkic C
at have consented to become a etididi
al County Commissioner, subject tor n<
us tion at the primay election; and as I
asstranger in many parts of the Colity,
uf- say to the voters, that if elected, wi
ind deavor to do my whole duty.
rill A. B. TiLI
nd ggJ. The many friends of LABMi I
ent DIN respectfully announce him asa
ing date for County Commissioner at thi
4 election-subject to a nomination a
aroaching primary election.
EN MANY V
as Eg The friends of J. C. WATE
r- Grin To wnship) respectfully annou
tly as a candidate for County Commis,
~er- the next election-subject to the noi
for by primary election. MANY Pa
ggg The friends of Captain JA
e-GRIFFIN respectfully announce 1I
locandidate for County Commissione>
the ensuing electiou-subjeft to a nomii
n~ the primary election. M ANY Fa
so0- UEgg The friends of Captain J. J
its respectfully announce htm as a cand
the County Commissioner-subject to
to mary election. MANY Pu
g8e Keowee Lodge, No. 79. A
re- THlE REGULAR MONTITL1
out ING OF EEWEE LODGE,
the A.-. F.-. M.7. will take
3o11 8ATURDAY ON On BEFORE THE 1!0
and IN E^CH MONTH, at half pat 8 o'co<
meattendanco'Q all the nmembers is
seer reustdR. A. CRILD~,
for W. @. FIUL, BeoreIty.
BUT CALL AT
J1BRTY98 CHEAP CASK
AND BUY YOU A
I have just received and elegant as
GENTS,' BOYS', AND
LADIES', BOOTS, SHOES,
Which I am offering low down for
r I am also receiving daily, choice
lots of fresh Groceries, consisting in
COFFEE, SUGAR, FLOUR,
HAMS, LARD, &c.
Which I will sell at rock-bottom pri
ces. Call early and often.
T. B. CRYMES.
a- July 4, 1878 43
M. R. BEECO,
31f Greenville, S. C.
' UPPLIES his customers with any SEW
ING MACHINE they desire. Also needles
and attachments for any. Call next door to
T. W. Davis and see his last lot of new Sing.
L. er, Hows, Weed, Wheeler & Wilson. and other
n Machines. He sells ail cheaper than the
He also cuts suits out of less cloth than
- anybody. See list as foliows
Goods for Coat-8 to 8J yards.
Goods for Pants-21 to 2J yards.
. Goods for Vest-I yards.
.b COAT-Body lining, 2j1 yards; canvass, i
yard; Wadding, 1 sheet; Slate Drill,
on- yards; Silk, 2 spools; Cotton, I
ful spool; Buttons, etc.
ith PAN'U6-&Slate Drill, .t yard; Canvass, } yard:
Silk, 1 spool, Cottoa, 1 spool; But
- tmns und Buckle.
VESt-Slate Drill, 2 yards; Wadding,
I yard; silk, 1 spool; cotton; 1 spool
Jue fadding and Buttons.
' Jue20, 1878 41 8m
-The s'tate of South Carolini
the PICKENs COUNTy.
B WV.- 0. FIaELD. JUDGE OF PROBATE.
S.~~ hereas, J. J Lewis, Esq., c.c.r., hie
W madle suit to me, to grant him Lettei
'of Administration of the Estate and Effeci
him of McDuffle Hamilton, deceased
30of These are therefore to cite and admnonis1
the .all and singular the kindred and creditors<
~ythe said McDuflie Hlamilton,deceaised, that the
try e and appear before me, in the Coprt
Vrobate, to be held at Pickens C. H., <
mhis the 25th day of July, instant, after pul
is of lication hereof,-at 11 o'clock in the forenooi
aeto shew cause, if any they have, why the sa
rgel administra(ioln should not be granted.
WilGiven under my hand and seal this, il
lst dag of July, A~ IYD, 1878.
[B. Ju'ly 4,1878 48 3
wdi BU RN H AM'S
tS.WAR RANT ED BEST &. CH EAPES
Also, MtLWN8 MACHINERY.
-. fIOES REDU0CED Al-20,"'7
Pamphlets free. Crircz, Youz, I
ofore .NEW ADVEETISEMENTS.
NT. -__ _ _ -
as a AGENtS I READ THIS
mis- We will pay Agents a salary of $100
ple at Month, and expenses to sell our New c
Wonderful Inventions. Address, SIKERM
& Co., Marshall, Mich.
ist. Beautiful Concert Grand Pia- ftEf
athe now price $1600 only $42.VUMM
ious Superb Grand Square i'ianos, price $1,
lub, 1 only $266. Elegatnt Upright Pianos, pi
tfr$800 only $166. Now otyle Upright P1a
e o 112.60. Organs $85. Organs 12 st
imna $72.50. Church Organs 16 stops price $2
am a only $116. Elegant $375 Mirror Top
will gans, only $05. Buyers come and see mn
1e-home if I am not as represented, R. IR.
le-paid both ways and Piano or Organ oi
free. Large 1l1st. Newspaper with much
EY. formatlonl&abouit cost of Pianos and Org
dAUL sent free. Please address DANIEL F. BEAS
.Washington, N. J,
andi. For a~CASE of CATARRH that f
nsuing $50 ford-s Radical ciure for Catarrh
the ap- not instantly retieve anP'. spet
cure. References, Hlonry Wells,]
~u.Wells, Fargo & Co., Aurora. N
sus.Win. Brown, Esq., Mcllatton, C
'?8 I (of & Bowen, St. Lou!.. Testimo
him $0and treatise by mail. Price
;he improved Inhaler, $1. Sold e,
neratio where. WEEKS & POTTRR, Proprih
atiu at, PAnisoNs' P1JIIATIVE PILLS make Nei
I3Blood, and will completely change the
in the entire system in three months.
HIRD person who will take 1 pill eachr nighi
idatt for 1 to 12 weeks may be restored to
the pri health, if such a thing be possible. S8
JE.mail fr 8 letter stamps.
BND(.I. 8. JoHNSON & Co., Bangor,
F-. KAgents Wanted For
ME1T' GREAT KEN OP GOD.
No. 79 A new work of Great Interest to every
placeo Reader and Student in the Land.
L 40N Address for descriptive terms and chi
k e NELSON & PHIIL LlP$, Publisher
ernessly No. 806 Broadway, Yew York.
WM June 20, 1878 d1
noa New York
Astl. Cnw i50kor 100 peCwek
ranaa aADAN avE T oa oDR
Fnor Do use. I 1 sU t
?w~rY9 NOW IXotk. W1
V FALL IN PRICES.
'EC390V AN LGENO
* and 50 or $100 per week.
THU VE T RNADY AND NXTUR OUT 0 . ORD)I. W
XONESTEAD 020 r
]LOCI& STICTH, 01
020 SEWING MACHINE 1020 01
Poi Domestic use.
VITilT 2ALE AMD FIXTURES CON
PLETwt4 RED UCED To OI"LY $20.
A perfect and unequaled, large, strong and Sr
lurable Machine, constructed elegant and
olid, from the best material with mathemas, H
ical precision, for Constant Family use or be
nanufaoturing purposes. Always ready at a is]
noment's notice to do its day's work, nev.er Ot
)ut of order, and will last a generation with W
moderate care; easy to understand and man
age; light, smooth, and swift runping, like
he 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 p
the same work, the same way, and as rapid
and smooth as a $75 Machine. An acknow- 11
ledged triumph of ingenious mechanical skill, r(
essentia ly 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 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 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 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, $20. HALF CASE, COvER, SInE
DRAWERB AND CABINET STYLEs each at core
reepondingly low rates. Safe delivery guar,
anteed, free trom damage. Explanatory
pamphlets illustrated with engravings of the
several styles of Machines, references, va
riety of sewing, &c., mailed free. Confiden
tial termat with liberal inducements to enter
prising Clergymen, Teachers, Business Men,
Traveling or Local Agents, &c., who desire
exclusive Agencies, furnished on application.
Address JOHN .11 KENDALL & CO., 421
Broadway, New Yoaik.
Jan 31, 1878 21 ly
AGENTS If you want to MAKE
MONEY pleasantly and fast, address
FINLEY, I.ARVEY & Co., Atlanta, Gs.
w No.12 N. Eighth St.
St. Louis, Mo.
Wh Ahad "o.I .tp eta"oe th tramn ofth
- praile n'is'.te".Asult f In a,""su'ea
t The PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGE
The PRIVATE MEDICAL.ADVISER
tpe y ahal h eo an woiatd atheupl
n eg.., an eotn va r'berItompao o oh arca~
~~ sanle itt anhor ertisoement in ourca itreao
dar awie who utpr lsaiTh ng onley. Thosred
e acteriserIs swehin want toe obtai shod estoan<
thare cicutioa ndoscribn wth otexpie
ing morie,~ than fom in0 to$'00shulra
dressUGEO P.ROWELLd &ts eCO.0pu
-- bStheetn Noe, York.lot
NE Wae ADER a eTnIEENTS.lo o
10 can5 iSerb adtsquen inolst co
90w$1,10, onl ST255.R EE KLt pIESht tian
droas a80 linlytou losing Netye Upri
sadtpsr who 50.nChurc obtan. 16 bsts ao
n larges circlation5 posEleanth375 expenrd
ingn orthnyro $105 temendou shouldicd
n- csteet, peent sock. Nesea fat
Awoone to be erctdxNw posrith for
Ai normationqabouta cflec Panosd Or11gca
e-et mae. Pso leae strpdres AIE F, BlPl
an A~TY1Wing Po, t J.00 o
dily 100 Tonly$255 Elgn Upih.Ein
Ors os. $0,ol 15 NARTw Stl- pi
with $30 ny $115LIV Egat$7 irror T
iny- Oran olC$05HEAenou ACiie
~t, soo tob rcE Nepar ithomuts
--nforto bEoF cos oPi s aOra
-etForee Pplease address DSANOEL Few Y1r
IAny Adde shigton, N.KEY Auus.,M
di-y THE CAWQ~~ ELEBRATED11
rant ine Duaiiy ase~ an of
Bile sendifor tesiiso welknw pVA
cularh BRWE 8L } Whthl , DIA lant
r- Metion~Thi Par.a I%
To Ma e o e plEesant
ch As DAY toagents adressin o
AnyAdrssP 0L.aVIKRY, Asta__a
We Uske Jione
~ , agents shoixid
~ UA~VU A 004 At~*utir
il to try our Buiet Warsanted
rden Seeds and Early- *sa. Pota
a. To use pure aid Iollable $eed.
e also have the North Cwrdins M
sh Potato at 75 cents per . nfshel. a
ion Se~t at 121 per quart. Black
a at 75 cents per busbel.
oial attention is called to our
aiman 'Universal Plow Stock-the
st and cheapest yet invented. Pol.
ied Steele Twisters, Heel Bolts and -
her Farming Implementb-whicb
D are selling at A
rices. To make room for an exten
re Spring Stock, we are offeringour i
imaining Fall and Winter Stock at a
)t, for cash or barter. It will lighten t
o invest your money where there is
ie best profit. Call and examine.
Te charge nothing for showing and
ricing our Goods.
IAGOOD, ALEXANDER & CO.
Pickens C. 11. S. C.
Fob 28, 1878 25
USUALLY KEPT IN AN
I KEEP GOOL
$UBST Ah T1Als
* AND AT
PRICES TO SUITo THE H AR
h W. T. MYcFALL
Jan 10, 1878 18
THE UNEQUALLED JAS, LEFFEL DOUBLE
TURINE~3L WATE WHEEL.AR
W ORAD GRST MIIJ
I AKE this method of informing all p
-0- interested, that I will b~e found in r
it by floe, at P'ickena Court House", on
yui W E DNREB D AY, and on each BA!
. for the purpose of transaoting any bu
a.that comes under my jurisdiction.
As my dutiea as School Commission
ornmpel1 me to be absent In different pi
hthe Count , I ap ioint those special d&
Wthe bene e t i.. coneerned. O~kq
a rod 9 .i.t .m
an0. W. SINGI TO
No K CLYDE
PrQFESSIOAmn N A
'T0ANUY 4g 00UN8ELOO AT 41'
G1&9NVILL S. 0.
eoint attetltIon given to collectlon4
April 4, 1878 80 6
F. Awsse, Ploen . 0.
eenvrille,. 8. ..8;0of
rTORNEys t COVNSELO S A T7 LA1
PICKENS C. H., a. 0.
Vice in School Commissioner's Office.)
Will practice in the State and Federal
March 21, 1878 28
S COTHRAN,. f R A CHILD,
bbeville C H y Piekens C 1I
OOTHRAN & C[ILDA
LTORNEYS g COUNSELORS AT LA W
PICKENS C. H. B.C.,
Fill Practice in all the Courts of the Statei
nd Courts of the United States, for the Dis.
riot of South Carolina.
March 29 1877 '9
UR.EEh VILLE, S. C.
. . SPEIGHTS, Proprietor.
I.BELLS IN THE ROOMS.
June 14, 1877 40
Wilkii, ililu & Ci
Main-St. 'Greenville S. C.
Hardware Cutlery, Guns6
FINE TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, A
Bar iron and Steel;
Blacksmith's, Carpenter's and Mechanic's
Builders Hardware of every desoripiton;
Wagon and Carriage Materials;
A full line of Best Quality Leather andlRub
ber Bolting, always in stock;
Fairbanks Standard Scales;
The Hail Safe and Lock Company;
The "Taylor" CottomGin;
Tucker's Patent Alarm Money Drawer'
Also, for the Celebrated Shaenberger Horsy
and Mule Shoes.
We are prepared to sell Sweedes Iron at
thie lowest quotations from any markets, and
still propose to duplicate invoices from North
cru Jobbing Houses, addirrg only actual
Greenville, 8. C.
Sept 6, 1877 6. 6m
Piedmont Air Line Railway'
1ST TRAIN s tA-IoNS- 2O' TNAI*
12380 p m Galveston 12380p m
5600 pm New Orleans 6 00 pm
7 260pm Bay 80Louis 7 268pm
11 25 pm Mobile 11 25 p
7 05 a m Afontgomery 7 05a m
9 45 am Opelika 9 45a m
10 40 am West Point 10 40a m
5 00 pm Atlanta 6 00a m
7 00 pm Bluford 7556ama
7 47 pm G ainesville 8385a m
8 27 pm Lula 9 06a m
9 06 pm Mt Airy 9386 am
9 46 pm TSoccoa 10 068am
11 48 pm Central 12 01p m
1 00 am Greenville 1 08 p
2 80 a m Spartanburg 2 27 p m
5609 am Gastonia 4 52p m
D 7 20 a m Charlotte Junction 6 00 p m
11 16 a m Greensboro 10 41 p m
1 16 pm 11anville 12 58a m
18p m Dundee 100 a
5617 pm Burkeville 4651 a m
789 p m IBelle 1so 7 20a sa
8 00 pm Richmond 7 46 a
Arrive . Arrive
1 27 am Washington 1 1t p'm
8 20 am Baltimore 81'Opma
6 40 a m Philadelphia 8 50 p m
9385 am New York 10 056p
885 p m Boston 8 00a m
Train leaving Atlata at 6 00 p m connects
at Dundee, Virginia, with train for Lynch..
burg; thence direct to Washington City vim
Virginia Midland Route.
1ST TaIAN BTATIoI4s 2D TRA11K
. . Leave Leave. A
OO00a m Boston 7 00 pm.
S 60p m New York 8 15a m
U And by Limited Express 9 25 a m.
9380p m Philadelphia 11 456am
12 55 am Baltimore 5 00p m
8380 alm Richmond 11 85 pmn
B 8 55 a mn Belle Isle 12 00 ni'g
10 17 a m Blurkeville 2 06 a m
* 225pm Dundee 688anz
2 00 pm Danville 6 05a m
E 605 pm Creensboro 8 26 am
I8 40 p mn Charlotte Junct ion 11 46a m
8 48 pm Charlotte 11556a m
I 9 283pm Gastonia 12556a m
U 12 46 am Spartanburg 8315p m
2 20 am Greenville 4 85p a
S8 24 am Central 68p a
5083a m Toccoa 7 15 pm
--- 6483am Mt Airy 8 05 p
620 arm Lula 88p m
(Change cars for Athens; Ga)
6 51 am Gainesville 905 p m
7 50 am Buford 9 41 p
rartles 11 80 a m A tlanta 11 80 a m
, of 4156p m West Polnt 4 16p m
eash 585 pwi Opelika 565pm
IAY, 8 25 p m Montgomery 8 26 p m
'ios 8 16a m Mobila 8 16 a '
siness 6 4 am Bay St Louis- 6 44 a
31Wwi 8Am New Orleans 80am
ysfor 8 00 am Galveston 800 a
hours, Train leaving Washington City, via jt'1
gnia M~idland Route, at 2 47 a m,Aon
at Dunda0, Vh'giia, with south houwtd Id'
per o thiplhk*hysa to7nAd9