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Ption, $1.6010 o1
nce;for six mouths, '0. t
neits inserted'atono dole r i
one Inch orless for the Gr8t
l9n ad'1 fifty cents for caq1k stibse b
t,nsertion. Liberal discount i0ade I
archauts and others adiirtising for
jon-hs or by the year.
,ry Notices exceeding fivolinet%
te of Respect, Coinnuncation
porsn charactor, when adnilssa
11 becharged for as advertisenetp.
icements $8; strl,tly in advance. t
OUR TICKET. ..
i. GEORGE JOHNSTONX', f
W. T. O'DELL.
~choo mIsa ner.
!r.. Coke Smith ad fawily s
jqrg left or Nashvile Te
ir future.home, on the 8dnoa
jen, Clarkson, Hjarrisou a Aba
a headgman of the postofflde de
tinent, has resigned. No more
da to fall and Clarkson coold not
id the dull trade, so he quit.
Nol. Asbury Coward, of Yorlkville,
i been elected principal of the Cit
il Academy, at Charleston. The
a was unanimous for Col. Coward.
better selection conld have been
de by the Board of visitors.
things are warming up over in the
rth District and G. V. Shell, the
iance candidate for Congress, will
'o some bard fighting to do. A
ort has been started that ho once
torsed Joe Crows the Laurens
lawag. Mr. Shell ought to bo
3 to prove the chargo false.
here is a split in the white man's
ty in Berkely county. They hold
county conventions. The negroR a
to be callod on by both factions
settle the difficulty. If our
nds of the sea coast do not have a
3 the salt air of that region will
prevent the party from becoming
NVo can run oiur own politie~s and
'o got sense eniough to vote with
any assistance from the vatriaiga
politico-industral o:rganlYit ion
in the Northiwest. Thev
like the trcherous1)ll Mexicani, offer
uir hand and say "howdy brot her,''
en stab us in the back the first
The M~ississippi conistituitionaol 'o'V
ntion has dlecided( that the conisti
ition as framed uill noct haive to be
mbbmitted to the plell for ratifica
on. The franchise clause says that
person must be able to rend the
>nstitution before he will be0 allowved
vote or musFt possess $200 worth of
roprty on which they have paid tax.
It seems as if the give-away fever
as struck some of the g. o. p. lead
~s in Washington. A Mi. C. from
bio speako right out in meeting and
tys that that the great State of
ennsyl vania is represen tecd in the
enato b)y a thief, purj urer aond a man
iat should be in the State's prsn
/hen thieves fall out and so forth
ad so on.
The b)iggest wrec*k that has ever
.appened Onl the lhihmond & Dan1
ille Itailroad1 occulrred1 Iast Saturday
mear Salisbury, N. C. A whole I
reight train jumped into the Yadkin
iver, a distane of sixty feet; loss v
5100,000. The wonder is thalt no t
mIo was much hurt. A brak~eman v~
tayed with his ear and was pulled P
The State Convention met V(-ster
lay, (Wednesday.) The followving ise
is '(chet as staLted Somuetime ago:
3. R.~ Tillman, for Governor; Eugene ir
3. Gary, Lieutenant Governor; Y. J. i
?ope,. Attorney General; J. E. Tin- 'E
lal, Secretary of State; Edmond Ba.. t
oni, Comiptr-ollor General; D). A. I
*lpwnsend.Superintendenit of Educa
Iou; Hugh L. Parley, Adjutant and
pspector General. The Treasurer~
3 not on the slate..
We have received the program of
'aje fall meeting of the Sans Souci
)iiving Association of Greenville.
'haeroises will be held on October
sfgW 0thinclusive. The list of
of feet stook. sho~ws that the
's 4J be interesting.. Two
~rJ i~1o1ih Q90?Od in prem
t pbe -pigeon
Mdo4$er games to.
G Atople accommo
(at t o ol . 1 oUtedun
iss it contained the nameit of four
ona fide qaid1ates. The next
iorning the $ews containea the fol
"To the voters of Greenville county
The undersigpba respectfully. an
[Oune themselves- as tandidates for
he House of Reirdeentativos of the
eneral Amseiably of the State of
louth Carolinafrom Greenville coun
y, aubject to the actioo of' the Dem
Nratic primary electiob, and. ask the
ranchise of their.fellow.citiois.
We are bonh fido candltd plev
ig. omrsohWes t%eetve if 0U
lave-oppoed B. R. Tilbuip
zethods in every way
spuld 6nd intend f
antil he has 6
A the De
A togdg, bfT" ds. to
h he will
t was ious tiane
Pit i r of the ad
Idiffti Co 1ie.
6V ee quite busy keeping thei:
,rploit4clwith iiuginary storief
of .alleg6d splits "in South Carolim
politics, but the first real split the:
put on record, was in the seventl
Congressional District of their owr
State. Last week at Rome, th
Straightout Democracy bolted fron
tho Allianco men, an( iominiated ex
congressman W. H. Fulton for con
gress. Dr. Felton says ho is read
at all times to meet Everett, the Alli
anco nominco on the hustings, ani
that ho will certainly snow him undeo
in November. Felton's speech of ac
ceptance went for the political side of
tho Allianco with gloves off, but ie
commended its purpose in all othei
ALL 1I WELL.
Now that the election is over our
citizens are all quiet and friendly, na
hard feeling nor prejudica about any
ano, evtrybody is satisfied. This is
Aho way it shoukd be, despite the
p)rediction of the pessimist, eviry
h1int,g is now lovely Iand screne. As a
iatural consequence the Alliance had
to take more or less interest in the
counlty 1und Sctt) polities. It is a
Imatter of impossibility for any or
gnizaion of its numerical ..tr.ng i
to stee'r c'lear of the pol iticianI. Ir'
ihis "land,a of t I h fre" theSI (1 shiingu
politicianH is to be' founiid in all profess~
ion and classesi55'i, theC bewer oft st inl
toditay, miay lie the motuldter, of pub1lh1
opUiion tvoior, thet nxoin that fol
low's thle pilw tis seasollnimay next
year h e at lhe head of an uniprece.
dented po(llihtical agit ation1.
Jusot as wvell triy and run a steam.
boat through.~l the woo)ds or a railway
trini alcroiss the o'ealn as to kee('
1)olities ouit of anyI organllization of1
the strength and mahgnitudIe oif the
Alliancee. 'To some1( of ua who are de
barred1 from tho ordter', it seemlfs a lit
ule hiardl that we should1( be( ruiled (lnlt buIt
wvith the ''Old woman" we can say '"it
will all comle right inl the rilning if
it don't ini tile boiling.'' As lonig as
the s(lection (of otlicers and servants
of tihe people arc left to the voice of
a majority we arVe safe.
In1 thle r'ecenit elect ionms held( in1 this
District the '"honos aire (easy"' he
tween the or'gan Iiza titon candiidtest
'andidaates that got left, say th(ey can
nakhomore1' mon01ey by ait tend1ingl to
hei afliris ni I.home, Ibetnee th ey are'
All is we'(ll that enlds well, anmd niow
-e can look at our11 ni4ihbiors (o'vr
Ie river and1( '.sick" them onl andt
hoop 'emi up, as~ tey peel t heir sur'
Ils dry good(s andl fall to anud wourk
ithi might and main for the priz'.
tandi to it hboys and take your medi
Rube Thmrrows, thle fintus Alaba
ma outlaw, is now operiating in FLlor
la. A traini was rolibetd near .Pen.
ecola Iast week andI the work shiowe'd
bie hand, it is thought.of the douhty'
Tf~ he Rdicals of tia Cong?ressional
Listrict are kicking upl a first-chass
'ow among themIlselves as to who
shall be their candidate for Congress
igainsit the Democratic nomlinee.
[Russell and Bryce seem to be the
ones whom are the leaders of the op
posing factions. Let them bring
3ut whom they will, no scallawag wvill
avor get votes enough in this district
bo give him a show for a contest. W
vill bury him so deep that even Tom
Reed can't resurect him.
A popular fallacy-that the easiest
hings to&do are to tell the truth andl
ara j , ' 1 . 'LI
*as taken off Ua~4~l
eving of tlie ootheifgi ers Oo
10 is su posed bla6the ohalr
the excoutivo ,mmit4ee b
tional, Alliance hino eo
ing. 'He may not-h4**
asif all ot his efl66i
ing put in on.uh
rot,er .pf :thb
- 0tol oh of
the piioe of
lbend t the
6bot y that e scope and
dty ef piodue-6 has the Uni
8ttes, that 'hich will benefit the
b North in the way of an advanced
iAke price will always be just so
mkch 6lt of pocket -to the South,
and vice versa.
The white farmers of the North
west outnumber the white farmers of
the South two to one and will always
control the Alliance by being in the
majority and sticking together, which
they are bound to do,
The southern planters only controll
ed the Farmers Alliance so long as it
remained a southern institution.
Now the controlling power is in oth
er hauds- those north of the Mason
and Dixon lino-true, some of the
prominent officers of the National
Allianco are Southern men, but what
does that signify when they are con
polled to follow a plan foanulated by
the National Assembly, and that con
trolled by the men who are in favor
of advN,ancing Hie price of food prod
ucts which the farmers of this sec
tion are compelled to buy.
While the Southern farmers con
tinue to advance the price of their only
product-cotton- the Northern farm
ers combine to advance the price of
every necessity of life. If we gain
three dollars on a balo of cotton by
the combino and I)se by the same
proeess one dollar on a barrel of flour
two dollais on one hundred poinds
of mi-at and our cot ton seed oil ruled
Itt of I lie inarket, where is the bene
It. Thinik for youirselves.
int,pection of ti Tihird Battnlon. [I
The'Third B1atlioni, comiposed of
the Oreenville and(l Bu1tler (Itian1s,
the Manh1ini ( 1111r, the Dae.sville
G (uarids aini( the Seeen (hard: is, will
be0 inspted V at G reenville on Seplt m
herui 22d . AThe following oirder hasi
beaen issuoed to thle com op:mis:
"The~ Th tird Ba t talion of Soth Ci ar
4lin Vo4 c 1lnter ('is hereb oV4 rdered to
apear for in.sp)etion a t (h-enil le,
. C., Sep tenIiner ( 22d 1azt Iivye o'cl ck
p. m. You4 will please ha:ve V(ourt
coxmaml in ratduiness for same.' It.
is di (red to have a full ntitendance,
a:(al~~ h t u commIland( sinI appear
cre((d able in every way. Byh oruder of'
of South Ca:rolinia.
"'Adjutant Third Battalion.
'aw~ Rec4ritM n111( Agie Cats.*~
Ei.1t(4r Wallace, of the Newhierry
Observer, was at the State Coniveni
tion1 of the 13th ~alt., andit on1e of the
tele'gnunts lie sent to his puper' runs1
t ims: I 1have made it ia rule for years
to att end 1 I t he Staite Ci onetions,
an ma in i terefore fminilar with the
taces ilt u isully app111ear hero on)
sneht oc:asion1 s. Therice mie very few
f:uniiliar faces here today. Mo'st of
thte delegates arle rawn ~rtTruits: ais
withI his first patir of bocots- -anid
tit as aw kward. J1ere andi moire e
arle fates of ol line po' lit icianis whot,
waith the :.iliity of a cait, atlwayvs light n
The se Oare the( Iladers oif thle new
hosts and are in t heir gloryi to -day.'
T1wo y'ears a 'o a e:andidate reach
:ed Shuope;on Ashl1ey's in the lnamp
oni neighb)I'oroo and1( foundl him1
41ited 4( ini andi t ied and earried the e
bundles1( for sneveral htouirs. 1Ile wasa
Iiownnule d. Last weEk an1 ''4)1( Reg-l
alar" candidate t ied the samne tiick
tmil he(lped A-hldey in4 with his~ fodder i
for' moit'e of a day, lie was nomrina- t
e.The moa nl ofthis. sto(ry is:
'help Asley with his fodder if you ~
wish to win."'-Abbevi1e wedding. m~
The man11 that beats Geni. Glordon mi
*n Gecorgia (or (Gen. ]iltoni ini South er
Uarolinia will htave to getL upl very ear- o1
ly in the morning. A few meni (enn
miake a great nloise about wuhait "the
peole" are going to do. But the "I
people, like "'lrer Fo)x," are ly'ingv low fl
nd1 salying nothing. WVheni tho right F"
Lime comes they will be heard from. PI
-Newvherry Observer. tI]
The Nowherry Observer Pithily r*e- h<
marks that another interentmngeenisus 6i<
might be taken unext November that w
would. be of particular interest to the m
farmners,--a census to ascertain how ti'
met y third-rate lawyers and other
Msali politicians shall have got themu.
selves into nice little offices by pre- 'L
tendin - nm ..asB?eiB -frnd of I
- enthal, a
to be s: Ineach
-the -heis'e, when fresh
0,000 to 140,&00. Miorobs are
This untQet ioreases with
e. A bhoese sOvOit7-.0e days old
dbntainp800,000 -aoteria-per gramme.
A.soffhees twenty.-five days old,and
much densbr thad the preceding has
100,000 m1orobes pqr gramme.
The centre is free t4an ' the outside.
A choese near the periphery has fron
8,600,000 to .8,600,000. microbes.
According to the meab of those twe
figures there are as many living or
ganisms in 860 gramdmes of such a
cheese as there are people upon the
earth However, don't let these fig
ures disturb you.. Keep right on eat.
ing cheese juFt as you always have.
Buffalo Times. -
A lady of Warsaw, Ga., advertised
in the papers, that she was willing t:
accept proposals for marriage, and,
giving a description of herself, she
also enumerated the qualifications
she required in her suitor. Among
these qualifications she mentioned
that he must be the owner of real es
tate. She received many letters in
reply, but one of them was strikingly
original. The writer said that he
possesed all that which the Ldy de
sired in her- future husband. He
was gbd looking, he held a geod po
sition, he had many friends and was
received in good society, and could
support a family comfortably. As to
real estate, he had that, too; hq was
the owner of a plat of ground in a
cemetery whici was large enough to
accommodate .him, a wife and six
children. Th-e lady selected the wri
ter of this -letter from the whole
number of suitors. She reasoned
that a young man of his position who
had thought of acquiring graves for
himself and a large family before he
was married was surely worthy of the
endowment of her hand and heart.
Charaeter IMt aled by the Cigar.
If a man wnokes his cigar only
MOugh to keep it lighted, and relish
)s taking it out of his mouth to watch
;he curl of smoke in the air, s't him
lown as an easy-going man. Beware
)f tho man who liever releases his
,rip on the cigar, and is indifferent
,vhether it burns or not; ho is cool,
ialculating and exacting. The man
that smokes a bit, rests a bit, and
funiles the cigar more or less, is eas
ily affected by circunstance.s. If the
eigar goes out freqinently, the smoker
has a whmole-souled dispo.sition, is a
bail fellow well met," with a lively
brain, a glib tongue, and generally a
fund of caplital anecdotes. A nervous
man who fumbles his cigar a great
leal, is a sort of pop)in)jay among
men. IIolding the cigar constantly
betweeni his teeth, chewing it occa
*uinally; and not 2arinlg if it be0 light
*ad at all, are the characteristics of
menci who have the tenneity of bull1
logs. The fop standls his cigar up
in endl, and an experienccl snmoker
Hoints it straight ahead, or almost at
:ight angles with his course.- El
Electricity and Water Power.
The utilization of water power for
-lectrie puirposes has just begun to
le regarde-d with the attention it de
merves. The returns of the a880 cen
uns gave the number of wvater wheels
n the country as 55,4041, represent.
ng a horse-powver of 1,225,3179, or.
l5.731per cent of the total power cm
iloyd fo inustrial pulrp)oses. An
>h)tainab,le from the rivers an)d :treanms
>f this country shows it to be0 O1er 2,
)i0,000, anid with the help of electri
ity' fully 5 per cent. of this ought to
ec utilizedl. In places like Rlochiester,
(eafrniey, Spokane F?allIs and Niagara
'al,we may shortly look for im
wnse5 developmeonts of power. Col.
hittemore, of the Government arse
gl at lRock Island, proposes to trans.
Lit power electrically from forty-one
heels, thme dlam for which is no'w 1)e.
gbuilt. H-e will connect these
heels directly with the dynamos and
irry thme current to distant shops.
Uw lork Sun.
A New~ York mian says he has din
veredl a fly dlestroyer that discounts
I the fly papers and( fly p)oisons that
ve yet been1 puit into use. Last
>ring he went into the country anod
-ouight back with him when he re
rued a nnumb,er of clover blossoms.
e hung them in his rooms to orna
cnt thme walls. The clover dried,
Sidsne then ho says not a fly will
Ly in the room. He has watchedl
t studhie.d, andl says he hns discov
ed1 that flies cannmot stand the scent
"La mie!" sighed Mrrs. Partington,
cre I hamve beenf suffering tihe big
meiS of death three mortal wveeks.
mir I was sied -vith a bleeding.
iirenology ini the left hampshire of
e brain, which was exceeded by a
ippag' of tihe left ventilator of the
art. This gave me an inflarmma
m1 of the horaz, and now I ama sick
.th the cloroformi morbus. There is
blessin's like that of health, par
lularly when you are ill."
Thme first week that a raan has a
lephone in hii office he is apt to
The Best In tho
Bottom Figures and E
Remember -that besides selling thc G
a Good Stock a
Our stock comprif
FLOUR, BACON, LAR), MOLASSES:. f
PEPPER, SPICES ud ALL OT
IN THE GROCERY
We also keep a very Comp
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
stoves, Hardware ani
8&- We are Avent.- for the Standard F
keep a complete Stock on hand. D)on't fail t
supply you with anything in the merchan
make it to your interest to do so. to"-0
LE WI V
It is said that the hop vi
best. substitute for raga .0o.
manufacturo of paper. Te I ulp
has many desirable features.
Who Does YourThinking?
If you do, then le'nd us your car fur a
moment whilo wio givo you a subject.
THINK OF YOURSELF
cr3 your frien I, if either ja suff"ring front
anty olf the' ihi Wilh main is leir to, amfo
then 1ind outt what t.hu
is dloing towardl the cauro of all sufforn.
TIako nothing ona faith--wo provo our
claims. Writo to us
SOUTHERN ELECTROPOISE CO. ca
~222 Kinag Ste-eet
P. .-Something necw next week
Not.iee is haereby g.ive ti halit app lieton 1(11 ,
will be inadle to thei Cnra (111 \iAimbl ofI ().
Mounth Carodia tat it' nhxlt sssin to in-.
oorate thela SA VANN ini, Sr.:xroA & \n:s.. 'i
KtaN lJ.Aa.w.ay ( 'omipany, ox Itl inga fromi soil
omel1t poinut on thai TaLalo( iver ineair Ana-- arn
lr'onvai lle in S uath~ C ar'ol inai, thIineeC to
l'ownIlvilleo, thence to1' Sale an thence u(a( cei
o the North (arolinta line neiar E~aat oe loen
. L. .TOnnPON, S. I). 'nI:n,
4. 0. I".A ~nat, .1. A . (isi.:i>,
I. C. IIlAilacis, WV. S. Sir ne,ion
f. M. Huiear.:a, Wt. L. I )omussi.~a
The Original Wine. all1
CV. Sin. St. Louis, Pr.p' t d
I. A. Simmons Livoar Medicine, ECst'd
I84o in the U. S. Coruart DRFR AT, J -.
Re. h , Prop'r A.Q. inoLiv
- M. A. S. IL. M. has for 47 yeare C
eul PRPSZA,SICK JlADACaIE LO s
.a APPETaTR SOun S'ro%iACa ETc. Hial
s aChurch, Adiam,esnn., write "I
,think I should have been dead but tt
for your Genulne M. A. Sim- hat
mona Liver Medicine. I have to
'41 sometimes had to substitute
ere"Zeilin's stuff" for your Medi- tti
. -'dr cine, but It don't answer the
Osi.'D. 3. 1. Graves R dltor' 17ss.L
Bafth4i, Memphis,1'enn. saysa
Ireceved a packrag of you Livew
It works i'ke a charm. I want no een
betrLivmeroR loaj an ar a
ii LE GIN!I
in and Press, we carry
UGAR, COFFEE, SODA,
etc Stock of
Lirniture Factory, and always
ocome and sec us, ats We Call
Ise line you. want, and will
ol yourstlf with our ice cold VANR
Do You Wanit to Sell ?
I offer to pay cash for Two Good
ILCH COWS, andl Two Good aMo
umn Siz.ed WORK MULES, from
r to eight years old.
C. H. HoLUNGWwoT'rH.
S:pt. 0th 1800.
.Ja.tI-: A. Ilorr Vic( Prest.
Greeniville, S. C.
ital,. , . $75,000
pins, . 15.000
nE-s I3. Orr, F"ranik I Iannnond1,1I
Wb. Poe, II. F. 314Uans,
. *Mills, Jas. AX. Iloyt.
'he acounits of mecrchiants anul farmersr
cit ed. Depj osits r(e(ei ved fromi $1.00I to
amilonIt jayale onI demIand.
Il busin es-i Joina 14o b:;in kii.! will re
'C (hnt .nrefnIliatte I~ltin, anid Wye ex
I (very (onIsistenIt nerOIIonnuoda('on to
will b~e at the (Garrison bridge
e George's Creek, onA
riueday, September 23d, 1890,
0 o'clock a. mn., for the purposo of
nlg theO rebuilding of said bridge.
right reserved to rejecft any or
bids. EM^S Day, h
Chr'n Bd. C. C., P. C., 8. C.
Money to L~oanu.
n Improved farm landsin sI umTs of t
11 annual payments throughz a pertod
ix years11, thus enabilingii the- borrower T
myW off his in)debtedness without ex
sting hisa (rop In any one year. Apply
J.y R* . BOdGS, Attorne, ,.
(YICE 'ro DEIVrORS AND) ClHEP
ITORS.---AIl persoma holdIng clahIma
Inst the estate of 0. W, Jahmes, de
d, late of Pickens County, South $
lna, wvIll p)resent thorm legally attest
o the undersigned for p)ayment; and(
e. indebted to said estate will make i
net by October 1st, 1890.t
.JULIUS E. BOGOR. a
EASY PAT 1M1 S
At Gur, tmrer
RL AND EXAMINNI.
E. Vanuwlnkle A CJo,,
- ATLANTA, GA4E
rINKLE~ COTTO~N PRESS.
No Better on the Market..
Ricmend & Dasaville BRE
C'ondensed~( SchieduleI--Sept. 293, 1889.
hoiur fast er thanu 904 hI MeridII ian t ime
Sor ru wAi1.-i)jily. No 52 No 50
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Phiialphia. .... .6 57 pm 7 20 am.
l4timiore . ..... ..9 30 pm 9 45 anm
Waishiingon.I . O1 0 p 11 24 am
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Lyiu ...irg.....'? 0am 5 40 pm.
Richimonid........ 230 am I800pm
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(istoia......... 1 .1 pm3 2 59 am
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LulaI. .. . ....j 8 23 pmn 9 -8 nm
AiIthens.. .... ....fI 1025 pmii 12 20 pm
(iinsvill.......8 50 pmii 10 04 anm
~r. Atlanita.... ....10 40 1pmil12 noon..
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icave A tlant a.........7 00 pml 8 10 anjy
G1ainesvill... ......8 51 pm 10 04 nm.
AthIens .... ........ 5 ) pm 7 410 -ma
LuaI1I........... .,...9 l'. pim 10 28 aim,
Cornelia............1 'IS1 pm 10 50 arm
Tolic(ion.............10 20 pm~ 11 21 arp,
Senerai.... .... ... 11 21 pm 12 I(6 pm.
Grevle . ..'2 47 *m 1 48pi1
Sprahrg...I I 52 am11 2 .521)pr
Sp 511 !.anhu11rg ... . ... . j 4 '0 pnt..
I ledrsonvill. . . ... 07 pm.
Ashieville... . ... .. ... 7 (0 pr..
I foI Springw... . . . ....s N40 pim.
Sranun:r.. . . . . . I .52 31m 2 52 rnp
Omin ia. .. ... 3 -11 ami 1 15 pm
l'h i ii......... - l j 5 :30 pm.
ii-.........; O nIa 7 05 pm.
(Greensbor... . 35 am11 '3 40 prm
Du)irb:ua... ...le01 piml 5 25 prt
bilich.... ... 105 pmi1 7 30 pirr.
(i,bI.hoer.... 3 10 pmii 2 50 pmi
( ireensbro... .7 Ii0 .1m1 8 510 pm,,
Danill....... :32am13 *0 20 pm.
1Richmond....~..3 30 1)m3 5 15 an
lurlttesville...l . 2 40 m 300 rr
Wahngt on . ...7 10 pm" 683
lRaItimor...... 850 pm I8 20 am.
PhIi Ildelj in... ... 00 atm 110 47 amr,
,rrive New 'or....'6 20 a111p 1 2Q4pih
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