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-Don't forget the town election to-day.
r-Col. 0. L. Hollingsworth went to At
banta last week.
-Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Lathem
on the 29th ult. a daughter.
-The young people and children will
hate a a May party on the 18th.
-A deaf and dumb colored woman
Shouted at Vold Springs the first Sabbath.
-Mrs. C. E. Robinson went on a visit to
her parents in Greenville county last week.
-Mrs. $ackson, mother of Mrs. Dr.
Wiflihms, went to Atlanta last Saturday to
Visit her eon.
-S. L.Land of Greenville, accompanied
b.* his son, was seen perambUlating our
streets last Friday.
-Mrs. J. W. Lathem, nee Miss Flora
14ichey is visiting her parents Sherff and
Mrs. H. A. Richey.
-Since the beautiful spring weather set
In, the farmes have put in good time and
inade marked improvements.
-Mr. Win. T. Burgess is seriously ill
With something like paralysis. We hope
to hear of his spefdy recovery.
-The recent fine weather has put on the
trees4heir full foliage, and everything has
a tendency to make one exhilarating.
-Mrs. Dr. Williams left for Welford,
5partadburg county, last fturday, visiting
the Doctor's parents. She will be absent a
Week or ten days.
-Mr. B. F. Dilworth whose home is in
Oconee county has been very s!ck at Mr.
0: W. Farr's on galuda river, but at last
accounts was better.
-Misses Ola and Aurie Hollingsworth
returned last Thursday from their most en
3oyable visit to Charleston and other places,
among relatives and acquaintances.
-Mr. Burkhalter paid out about $1,000
Baturday to the railroad hands and a good
deal of the money was spent here. This
is only a small part of the benefits of the
-Frank Cox, a former Pickens boy, was
over from Greenville county last Thursday.
Frank, turning Mother Earth bottom side
up appears to agree with you. You never
-Col J. E. Hagood and daughters, Mrs.
Alexander, Mrs. J. Mel). Bruce and Miss
Queenie, arrived from Charleston last Sat
urday. Miss Queenie went on to Birming
ham, Ala., Monday to visit relatives in that
-The colored people of Pickens and vi
cinity will have a barbecue in the grove
just west of town on the fourth Saturday
in this month. Great preparations are be
ing made by the sons of Ham to have a
-Have you noticed that big pile of lum
ber next to McFall's? If you haven't, there
Is one thore, and Mc is going to erect an
other building adjoining his store. Verily
the spirit of progress has struck Pickens
hard. Let her strike.
-If you see anything very poor or any.
thing unusually good in this paper, attrib
tite it to His Satanic Majesty with which
all well regulated printing ofllices are afflict
ed, and say nothing about it. Both the ed
itors were away this week, hence the
-Fishing, fishing, fishing, is now all the
rage. We would articulate right now that
iles a day.
---Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson, aged about 78
years, died at her home near Pickenaville,
this county, on the evening of the 6th inst.
Aunt Betsy, as she was more familiarly
called and known, was strichni with paral
ysis only a short time ago am.d she never
rallied from the shock. 8he was a good
christian woman. 11er remains were bur
led in the Pickensyille cemetery.
* --A. B. Williams, of the Greenville
Ntews, and by the way, one of the most
fearless and keenest editorial writers in
the South, in company with W. E. Bleattie,
cashier of the Grecnville National bank,
'Whirled through P'ickens last Friday morn
lng on their way to the mountains, to be
gone four or five (lays, on a fishing jaunt.
We trust they had more luck than the pro.
verbial fisherman's luck.
--The heavy timbers for trestling the
Pickens railroad continue to go through
town in great quantities, and are laid at
their respective points where workmen are
busily engaged in framing them preparato
1,7 to putting thoem in their places. Cross
ties are being rapidly (distributed along the
lIne of the road, and everything is moving
nicely. JCnterprlsel Thri ftl Pushi Long
mlay these be our watchwords.
-A. 13. Williams, in his whirl through
town the other cday, managedl to stop long
enough to poke his head mn our door and
say, "Mow're you't" and mention that we
were alive over here, that we have a splen
did new court house, one that would be a
credit to any county in theiState, and that
he was glad to see us 0) animated and
pushing Friend Williams, put her here
W. We like to have people speak well of
-Some powder, two small boys arnd a
match wont out to play the other clay. In
the ftm the match was struck, the powder
uffed and onmeof the boys wsa not muffed
ya good deal, He was hit on one 81(1e
of his face by the fiash and so severely
burned'that a doctor had to be called in to
attend his injuries. Eb Young, colored,
was the injured boy's narne. Bioys, pow
der and matches are anything but harm on
--Don't speak to Mac Bruce about his
new spring "coat" ele"-" you want him to
smile. He is as proud of itas a boy is of
his first p ants or red top hoots. It's a daisy.
It is well selected, was well put on, and Is
the most tvsty in Color we have se en within
our recollion. Just (call onl Mae and he'll
show the coat l'nside and out, for it Is just
as handsome Inside as out, though not
quite so conspicuous. Not only that, he
will show you some of the finest; lines of
other spring goodsa that your eyes ever
gaz,ed on. By the way, we will mentior'
right here that Mac has other coats like his
and all you- will have to do Is to purchmane
and put on.
--If you don'l thhik Pickocus Will soon
be entertained with the best entertainment
it has been her lot to wines just take a,
glance on the inside of the old court room
and behold- the transmoginationi. The
Plckens Mhnstrel Club is responsible for this
charge and they are sparinig neither pains
nor money in their preparations. A stage
has been erected with drop em tain and oth
er properties added, which wIll enable themi
to gIve a first class performance. If "stand.
ing room" is not at a premium on the eve
ning of their entertainment we will miss
our guess. Due notice of the (late will be
given. Re.membmer each and every one of
a the club is an artist in lisa line, and New
York cannot produce sweeter music than
the club's orchestra..
-Mr. Job F. Smith and Ws J. Pick
f Liberty, were in town last Monday.
-T. C. Robinson, editor of the Journ
left last Sunday for Polk county, N. C.,
-A pleasant time'was spent picnicing
Dacusville by the young people of that 1K
Lion last Saturday.
-The Israelite who sued the n. &
'or damages in the wreck near Seneca 1
year, lost his case.
-J. C. Bryson, of Greenville, says I
brcther.in-law, a Mr. Green tried to I
bin last Sunday nights
-Mr. Job Smith, of Liberty, lost a go
mule last Friday night. The cause whi
ed to his demise is unknown.
-Mr. H. C. Grady Is going extensivt
into the irish potato Industry. He w
plant fifteen bushels this yedr.
-Rev. W. K. Boggs has beu elect
a delegate to the General Assembly at H
Springs, Ark., by the Augusta Presbyter
-The blackberry crop this season pror
lees to be as abundant as ever. The bu
is in full bloom hereabout. Ye country e<
-The last few days of flne weather hi
Dauscd hammocks to be resurrected, r
arected and withal, inspected for the sun
-The young people of Easley enjoye
themselves with the young people i
George's Creek section, at a picnic nes
George's Creek last Saturday.
--The merchants of Liberty will, on an
after Monday the lth inst., close at 7:3
r.. m. sharp, except on Saturday eveningf
rhis rule will continue during the sumani
-The Ensley Township Singing Associs
.ion will meet with Mt. Carmel B3apti:
hurch on the fifth Sunday in May at 1
)'clock a. M. All lovers of music shoul
-Mrs. Frances A. Dickson, wife c
'apt Andrew Dickson, died at their hoin
n Midway, on Thursday, May 5th. Sh
vas a daughter of Wm. K. Alexander
-Miss Minnie McWherter, who is a
ending the Williamston Female Colleg
was in Greenville last week She expec
o return to her home at Rock Sprng
3a., this week.
-No one need be afraid of our rallron
ngine which is soon to come to Picker
mn the new road. We are fearful that sonr
ver fond parents will try to borrow it o
5undays for their little boys to play witl
-In travelling through the upper part <
3reenville and Pickens counties we notice
nany fields t.hat were planted in cotton la
ear that are now in corn. It seemed thi
it least half of the cotton ground is incot
-Walter Wyatt, brought to this offi
ast Monday a sample of the brick they al
naking on Wolf Creek. They arc of got
ize and well burned. lie has just buruc
is first kiln of 40,0t0. Those in need
;ood brick would do wel. to se Mr. W
-Mrs. Martha Edens (lied at home
)acusvillc townShi) on Monday, the 9
nst., about 38 years of age. She was 1i
laughter of our friend, Joseph Loope
md the wife of 8. S. Edens, who wi
line children survive her. tier remai
vlere b1uried at Cross Itoads last Tuesda
3he had been for many years a consiste
ieniber of the Baptist church.
--Look this (Wednesday) evening at
see a PIUMnomena in the heavens. T
moon will he full and will rise with :
rassed wtth a suit for hutrtin.e a boy whi
lhe is ridimg just to show how well lhe c,
jumip. Not long since a boy at Toccoa g
both his legs moshed off at suach foolit
ness, and ntow the company has been eu
for $5t,000 for what it is not responsit
md couiH' not avoid. Easley Townt Cou
oil rad his parents should leak after
boy who gives the annoyatice at that pha
and see that the road has the protection
wahich it is. justly entitled. Dragging :es
ployes to court to teatify is ascrious interf(
ence with the business and a great expenia
Prof. Iayhiill gave a lecture on elocutic
it thle Academty last Friday ntighat.
Col. Detmarce lectured to a large auf
L'nce in the Baptist church TIhursday nigi:
Everybody was delighted with his witi
Oismls and( convinicedl by his arguments, a
though some failed to acknowledge the Ii'
Ler. After the lecture a ledge of GJo1
T'emplars was organized, consisting of th!
ty memabers. Itev. Allen wee elected Chi
Tlemnplar. The miembe'rs are most
yatmng people, and it is hoped mruch got
nasy resmtt, especially amiong the youa
Messrs. Morg a$Carlisle and Dr. Austi
attd Misses Folg t' Warnock and Ste phei
p)aid a flying visit to Fort Hill last Fridi
Mr. Carlisle, of Greenville, has be
quite busy fot some time organizing a loc
building and loan association here. I
seems to be very persevering in atnother<
Dr. McBride preached two excellent sq
mens In the Presbyterian church last Srl
dlay. There was one accession to I
church Suniday ntight. The D)octor and I
charming wife are fast gaining friends
Missq Estelle Gains was taken to the iim
tie aja 'lumn last Friday. Site has been ho
ly amfticted a long time, and thais afilicti
is the result. It is sincerely lisped by I
friends that she may soon recover.*
Connty co mntoes Court.
The Cotunty Comisisioncrs' meiet ing
the 3d inst., was well attended and cons
cr able businems tranesacted.
. The first brsiness (done1 was the bindil
l Marcus Gassoway, ana inmate oft
poor farm, to F. C. Parsoms.
Mack (Gassawaiy, a brother to Marcei
and also an inmtate of the poor farm, wv
bound to R. L. Gilstrrap.
They next eXamined the petition for
road front E. H. Lawrene'~s to the Lik
crossing, to see if the requtisite number
roe! estate owners had signed it. Thh
wiere found ont It.
The petition asking for a road from t
A ndersont hto near Martin Bramalett's
t,hte Easley anid Liberty road near Elih
Smith's, was held for further' considerati
The next was a petition skiing
(c:mnges (on the road frott Chaapman's fe
on Keowee, to the fork of the road ne
Mr'. Alexantder's Thei, prlatiiion was grat
ed and M. Ilenricks, J. A. Grlimn anid
L. Gilstrap were a~p.inted special coi
nissioners to lav it o.
Thie next heard was a petition avikingi
a road from Central to Fort 111ll. fi
for further cotnsiderat ion and examinatin
Thte next was the petition askitng for
new road frtm Prater's Creek churach
Allgood's bride. IIeld for further consi
eration and examninartion.
Thea next was the bintding of Allen Dn
is ati inatet of the poor h outse to L.j
Thm SFAhITJ)(Er. 1.5n im.. .. .-.
le, May Celebration at Charlotte, N. C.
For the above occasion the Richmond &
Danville railroad, will sell reduced rate
round trip tickets to Charlotte, N. C., and
Dn return, at the following rates from points
named below, intermediate points in same
at proportion. Tickets on sale May 17th, 18th
>e- and 19th, limited to May 22d, 1892:
From Individuals. Military.
D Abbeville, S. C... . #.... .4.65 08.05
' Anderson " .......... 4.25 8.80
Greenville ".......... a.50 2.70
Greenwood" .......... 4.65 8.65
dli Military rates apply to companies in uni.
ill form, 25 or more men.
Seofding For Dolars.
To get the dollars we have to scuffle 'for
0 them-no mistake about that; but there are
different ways of going about it, and if
i you are not satisfied with your progress at
ill present, then write to B. J. johnson & Co.
tichmond, Va., who can give you a point.
ed er or two. Iead carefully their advertise
ment In another column, and write them
ot at once. "The early bird" &c.
The State Democratic (?) convention
meets in Columbia next Wednesday the
oA MAN Btight a Piano $450
'6Iffason &. Wfain
: ONLY $375.00
FOR TIIE SAME PIANO.
Neither one was worth a nickel over
t- $300. INSURE YOURSELF a ainst
D, paying exhorbitant prices by buying1 irect
ts froin J. C. GAURE"'17, Gates, . .,
. Or J. L. IIAYNIE & DAUGI[TER'S,
Greenville, S. C.,
d Who have but one price and that the
Is lowest known. You can't pay them more
ie than instruments are actually worth, They
)f are not built that way. Write for latest
1. special offers.
Id We Divide the Profits !
le Perliaps you think that's a flight of ar
m titic imaination? it isn't. T.li artist is
~s, but he dloesn't go
etn youi split a thing
happpen that you
.v*e are not dividiing
c. On the contrary
-hniingly in favor of
Sa good reason for
:.IThe time for re
Mtoek of Winter
dI big inducenments
ductions. IIere are
show you that the
mot bothering us at
a wo'n LIu* .6,w $25.
25 " " 20.
(it 20 " " 15.
b- IS " " 12
'd Overcoatus at a vecry irreat sacrifice.
le Ujnderwear mtust bec closed out.
12. Call and see the goods and hear the
'dec17mn6 Greenville. S. C,
*75.00 to $250.00 a Month
.can be made working for us. Pecrsons fre
1ferred who can furnish a horse and give
~their whole time to the business. Spare
d( moments may be profitably empllloyed also.
r- A few vacancies in towns alnd ciitics. B.
f F. JOHN80N & CO., 26Ah and Main St.,
y Richmond, Va. my19
d ~- -___ _
ig THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE R
Wilmington, N. C., A pril 24th, 1892.
Fast Line bectween Olharles~ton andl Co.
ilumbhia anid uipper South Caroliina anid
eWestern Noth Camrolina1KU.l
r. gen We(st. Going East.
a- *No 52 *No. 58.
lie 6 50 a.m . .Lv Charleston Ar. .10 30 anm
Is 8 32.........Lanes.......8 40p.m
lai 9 4 ....8umter...7 25
10 55 . ..Ar Coluimbia Lv... 6 00
5 M p.m .... Winnsborro..4 20
" 7 05 ....ock ill..2 43 p.m
er 8 00 . . . Charlotte, N. C... 1 50
1 05 p.m Ar Newvherry, S. C., Lv 1 57 p im
3 06 . . . .Green wood.11 57 a m
m 5 43 ....Anderson.. ... .10 Orr
d1- 5 3S .. .reenihlle...9 25
8' 00 ........Walhalla.... Al 20
ag 4 08 ...Abbevile...10 50
he 2 45 ...Spartanhurg .. ..11 35 amia
S Ot Ilendecrsonville,',N. C 9 16
5, 5 56 . .. Asheville. N. . .. 8 15
*Daily. I raly except Sinnday1.
a Solid trins b etwe (CiI(harleston andl( Co.
lie luinmia, S. C., and carry thlroigh afeepere
of het ween Charles and Cineiunat i.
ty IT. 3M. EMTElSON,
AFs't (len. Pasi's. A gent,
oe TI. M. EM EIISON, Tlr,ie Mlanager.
to J1. R. lixCNr.v, Gen'l Mlannuecr.
or TRADE MAR k,
1(1 ~IESI0N PATENTJ
ii. NFor Inrosniation and fren ITandbook wite to
a UA'1NN A CO. 361 lum'A)WA Y, NEW YourK.
Minera bura uo ei~in peAsata in Ameria
d- the pubio by a notioe given froo or charge in the
- t esgot irculation fan'elitifi ppr In th
Iman ahould be wtthout, it. Weekiy S 3 a
C. C. HALLMAN,
061tracor Il Buioe!
All kinds of carpenter work well
and promptly done.
CITPrices and work satisfactory. Give
ine a call. PICKENS, . 0.
Mary had a little sheep,
Its wool was white as cotton,
And every where little Mary went,
That lamb just come a trottin'
Mary came to town one day,
To do a little shoppin'
And right in front of McFall's door,
They both were seen a stoppin'
Walk in, says Mc, and in they walk
And after some reflection,
Cast their eyes this way and that,
Then each made their selection.
Mary spied a pretty Hat,
Embroideries, Gloves and Laces,
Cascarillas and Swan Downs,
That girls wear on their faces.
She also bought a pretty shoe,
Hose, Fan and Parasol,
Some Calicoes and Apron Checko,
And little Sis a doll.
Mary's ma comes here to buy
All colors of Diamond Dyes,
Nux Vomica to kill the Hawks,
Then next-good chicken pies.
Mary's pa, that good old man,
Was never known to back
On anythiig that Mary bought
From McFall's Almanac.
"But where's my little bonny lamb"
Cried Mary in det4pair,
"Never mind" her father said,
Next fall, he'll be '"right there."
The lamb's selection-very wise,
A bell and pretty collar,
And all it cost at McFall's store,
Wae a quarter of a dollar.
The )retty lamb now looks all right,
All dressed up for the ball,
With collar on and pretty bell,
He'll "get there" in the fall.
We might go on forevermore
With something elso than joke,
Speaking of all the bargains here,
But---now-- our pecneil's b>roke.
W. T. McFAL L.
0'." entire Stock of Goods, con
sisting of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Shoes, Hats, Notions, hrdre~r,
Crockoryware, &c., to be sold at cost
until disposed of.
We call especial attentron to offr
Men's and Women's Fine Shoes.
Now is your time if you come while
we can fit you.
A few pieces of Jeans left. It will
pay you to buy now for next winter,
Como quick. We moan business.
Everything in the buyer's favor as
long as these goods last.
H A RRIS & MOR RIS.
October 27th 1891.
WHY IS THE
W. L. DOUCL.ASi
SS HOECEN LEN
fHE BEST SH OEPS THE WORLO FOR THE MONEf I
It is a samles shoe with no tacks or wa thre5i
Sohur th ne madao re Oftbo Ine af tl
ontre eriythe, ',ua3ttu0rin e eul beast
Lad5 e >ho. ver dfr.0 qul ...nc..a
imported shoes hhcost from 4.0 .o. *l.'
.1W Stlih. ci dm o aut l durable h 'a
CoEtTnA Lr, $.0 o.0
ELAGOOB, BR C]
PWIEul'T, M. O,
W. M. HAGOOD &
EASLEY, S. C,
Are Now Receiving Their SPRI
bey 4ood" Ir
Special attention has been giYoti their Pry We at iefyY
Goods Departments and aimong the selections keep only ]ood I
are the latest and best goods from the dulterated Sugar
1ew York Market.
They are closing out all odds and ends idi about the balanc
Accumulated old stock. Any Hat, Shoe of are obliged to th(
Remnant of Cloth that has the mark of age Others don't c
on it is sold regardless of cost. ain't our fault.
Some rich bargains in these for but remember w
Canh tuyers. predict a hereaft
W. M. HAGO04
hIow dear to my heart, as the season advanced
With smiling and frowning, with sunshine and rainj - '
Are the thoughts of the past, of its dreams and its fancie,
Its sotrows, its pleasures, its joy, atfi its paini
I muse o'er the orchard, the meadow, the mountain,
The bridge and the rock where the catatacb felli
but dearer than all is the thought of the fountain,
Of icy cold soda, that Sloan Brothers soil,
The freah foaming soda the bright, sparkling soda,
The thirst-quenching soda, that gloan Brothers sell.
How oft have I grasped, with hands that were glowing,
In the heat of the morning, the noon and the night,
A glass filled with nectar, with coolness o'er flowing,
A joy to the tstef a boon to the sight,
How sweet from the clear crystal brim to receive it,
Fresh, cooling, just drawn from its own icy well,
Not a full blushing glass could tempt me to leave iti
The fragrant cool soda, that Sloan Brothers sell,
The fresh, foaming soda, the bright sparkling soda,
The thirst-quenching soda that Sloan Brothers sell.
That silver-bound fountain, I hail it a treasure,
Of sweetness and coolness and freshness untold,
How oft have I drawn from it exquisitive pleasure'
While drinking its contents, pure, sparkling, and cold,
And when far removed from its loved situation,
The tears of regrbt will intrusively swell,
I earnestly long for a change of location,
And a draught of the soda that Sloan Brothers sell,
The fresh, foaming soda, the bright, sparkling soda,
The thirst-quenching soda, thal Sloan Brothers sell.
The Finest -Prescription Drugs in Green.&;
ille, at SLOAN BROSi
Any Little Boy
Vialting our Store will be presented with one of out
Which will afford them lots of fun and make plenty of noise.
Look at our $2.00 Play SuIit..
Look at our $3.00 School Suits.
You want our Bargains,
We want yonr 1Patr'onge.
Goods always cheerfully shown.
SMITH & BRISTOW,
Loaders of Fashion for Men and Boy's,8
Main and WVashiington S6., People's TBank Old Stand,
GREENVILLE, 8. C.
arriages,. Buggties and Wagons,A
WEofer TO CASH BUYERS~
Carriages, Biuggies dnd Wagicis,
00OME, EXAMINE- AND) BUY.
[he Greenville Coach Factory,4
H. C. MARKL.EY, Proprietor.;
2. W. SIRRTNE, uerintEendent- ap80y1
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ours, Purest tafd and Una-.
s and Coffee.
rriends have acted cleverly
a due from last year. We
ime to see us any m-o-e-. That
[Don't get mad at us about it
3 think of you every da* and
,r ta all such doings.
me to See UIV.
CE & 00,
D & CO.
Atlany,-r a fr?v%it Air-Line
SthdWe in effectJ '
Northbound. *No. .8. '*No. 10. *No. 1.
v Atlanta.....I 25pm 8 30pin .00
Ch01mblee - - 9 27prn 9 38aii
Norcross-- .... 9 39pm 9 52am
Duluth - -- ..-.-.-9 51pn 10 W0afn
Suwance; ... ....... 10 03pm 10 16atn
110od ..... ....... 10 17pn 10 18am
Flow'ry Br'h. 10 Sipn 10 40am
Gainesville.. i ,5pn 10 51pn 11 03pm
Lula....... ....... 11 18pn 11 8m
Bellton ..... ....... 11 21 11 87 M
Cornelia .... .....-. 11 45pn 12 u6pi
Mount Airy . ........ 11 50pm 12 11pm
Toccoa . ;:- a*-"* ...2 20am 12 41pn
Westinsiter .... .... 12 58am I 22pmn
Seneca .....-- - 1 17am 1 47pin
Central---.. .. I 50atm 2 35pin
Easley' s.... ........ 2 18am 3 (8pm
Greenville.. 6 05pn 2 44am 3 b7pm
Greer's...... ........ 3 14am 4 07pi
Welfotd;..- - .;.... 838am 4 25pm
Spartanburg. 6 57pm 8 54am 4 50pin
Clifton ...... .......4 1 m O8pni
Cowpen 's.. -*'-.. 4 18am 5 12pm
Gaff ney's - .-........ 4 40am 5 39pin
lack8burg.. ........ . .4 01ai O 00pm
Grover -- ........ 11am 0 11pm
King's Mt'n. ........ 5 28am 6 30pi
Gastontx --. ..... 5 54am 0 58pn
Lowell ..... ........ 6 07Am 7 12pm
Belleu;ont . ........ 6 14am 7 24pm
.' Charlotte-. 1 9 10pm 6 40am 1 7 5pm
Southbound. I*No. 87. *No. 11.1 No. 9:
tv Ch*rlotte.. 9 45arn 1 5p 2 20ar.
Belleinont---..... 12pm 2 42An
Lowell.-----.-------- 22pm 2 523i:
Gastonia----.-------- 285pmn 8a
Kingsa MI'n-.-.-.-.--- - 0p 8 27ai
(drovet..-.-.-.-.-.------. lOpmn 3 43a'
Blacksburg-.:..---. -.. 8. 2Opmn 8 53:
Ga fi'ey's.-..-..-..-..-..3 45pmn 4 10a.
...pen.... .. . ... . ...4 10pm 4 42a
Clifton... - - -- -- -- 4 18pm 4 4.5au
artabur 11 &am4 27pfrr 5 Oda
1efford----.---...-4 50pln 523
Greer't---..--.--..--..... 509pm 5 42n
Greenville.. 12 30pmn 5 ?4pin 6 10.
Easiey's..-.-...---.6 O 7pmn 8"
Central.-.-..-.--.- ..--6 - 65pmn 7 20
Seca --......... ----------7 22pm 7 57
Westminster.-.--.-..-..-7 41pm 8 i
Tocco- -- . . .--.-.-.-.-8 191pm 8.*
n,ownt Airy. ........ 848pm 9e
...a-.-.-.-.------.-.-.8 52pmf 9 2
juIla.- - 4------- 9 18pm 9
Gamevill.. 841pm9 42pmu 10 1
Flow'r Blr'b.. ..-. ..10 00pm 10 1:
.uf.r.-.-.-.-..-.-..... ..0 17pmn 10 4
ISuWane---...--.-.-.1 0 33p 10 !.
IDuluth--- -.. .-...0 45ipm 11
Norcrosi----..... 10 50pm 11 Lc
Chamb......-.-.-.-....1 1 08pmn 11 4:
rA tlanta. . ...50pm11 45pmn 12 2
Additional traing NoTi7~and :18-1
ecommodatie,o, .dt'ily except Suc
aveN AOAlanth 6'80 p. mn., arrive s L
:12 p. mn. Returning, leaves L9la 6:0
., arrives Atlanta 8:50 N. in.
Between Lula and Athens-N'. 11
r, e2xcpt Sundaiy, and No. 9 dafily, k
uila 8:80 p). mn., andi 11:40 a. mn., arriv
thens 10:15 p. mn. and 12:20 p. mn.
Irning, leave Athens, No. 10 daiily ex.
undtly, andl No. 12 daily, 0:20 p. mn.
:45 a. mn., arrive Lulat 8:05, p mn. and .
Between Toccoa and Elbecrton--No.
uily except Sunday, leave Toccoa 1-a
.ar:ye Elberton 4:410 p. mn. la-,:
ig, No. 60O dlaily, except Sunidaiy. l
Iherton 5S:00a. nY;., ftrrive Toccoa 830;
Nos. 9 and 10 caurry Pulman 8lec
etwee~n Atlanta and New York.
Nos. 37 and 38-Washuingtoni and Sout z.
caterni VestibulIed Limnit ed, between ,
:nta and WVashington. On this tral:
a ra fare is charged. Through Pu
rteeer bet ween Ncew York andl New(
ans, also between Washington and )E
us, via Atlanta and Birmigham.
For detailed information ais to leen&
rough time tablea, rat,es andt Ptul
eeping-car reservations, confer with
il agente. or andte.s
.JA8. L. TAYLORJ, (Gen'l Pass. AL
WV. A. TURK, Ass't Gen'l Pass. Age.
harlotte, N. CI.
C- P. H AMMON D, Sup)t., Atclant a, '.
W. H. GREEN, Gen'i Manager, Ath:.
MOL HAAS, Tzfaffic Manager, Atlant:,
*Cihro'% .*g lir*.
w wdr .A, ea
1 sos 5 owwOo
And Bath Roms
inp~i rea'reof ona gion to vem UU*rb