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jO.FED TO HIS IDOL.
The Sonthern Planter Sticka to His Cotton
[From the New York Sun.]
An appeal to the cotton planters of
the South to "reduce the cotton acre
age" this year was made by the Cotton
Dealers' Convention held in Memphis. x
A. similar appeal was made last year,
and also the year before; but not one
of these successive appeals has been
heeded by the planters. From the cot
ton crop report of the department of
agriculture for May we get information
about this year's planting.
The acreage planted up to the open
ing of this month in eleven of the
Southern States was well up to the t
average of previous years, and the
acreage was increased in six of the
States. The planters everywhere ap
pear to be willing, year after year, to
take the risk of a surplus crop and a e
falling market. In the appeal of the
Memphis Convention they were re
minded of the low prices that prevailed
during the greater part of this year,
and of the ever-increasing competition
between the cotton planters of this
country and those of other countries.
They were also urged to ralse their own
supplies of cereals, meats and bay in
stead of buying them in the North
west. But the cotton planters con
tinue to plant all they can, in the be
lief that they understand their own
interrts, and in the knowledge that it
is not easy to make those changes which e
have been repeatedly suggested by'the
Experiments with Ants. a
Sir John Lubbock, in his interesting U
work, "The Beauties of Nature," says:- it
"It has been suggested that the ants i
of each nest have some sign or pass
word by which they recognize one an
other. To test this I made some insen- J
sible. First I tried chloroform, but this
was fatal to them, and as therefore they t
were practically dead, I did not con- a
sider the test satisfactory. I decided,
therefore, to intoxicate them. This
was less easy than I expected. None n
of my ants would voluntarily degrade
themselves by getting drunk. How
ever, I got over the difficulty by put
ting them into whiskey for a few mo
ments. I took fifty specimens, twenty- c
five from one nest and twenty-five from
another, marked them with a spot of
white paint, and put them close to
where other ants from one of the nests
were feeding. The ants which were
feeding soon noticed those that were d
]ying drunk. They seemed quite as- a
tonished to find their companions in
such a disgraceful condition, and as v
much at a loss to know what to do with t
their drunkards as we are. After a C
while, however, they carried them all r
away; the strangers they took to the ~
edge of the moat and dropped into tbe ri
water, while they bore their friends
home into the nest, where by degrees -
they slept off the effects of the spirit. .s
Thus it is evident that they know a
their friends even when incapable oft
giving any signs or password. Thisg
little experiment also shows that they
help comrades in distress. If a wolf or
rook be ill or injured, we are ~told that
it is driven away or even killed by its
comrades. Not so with ants. For in
stance, in one of my nests an unfortun
ate ant, in emerging from the chrysa-a
lis skin, injured her legs so much that
she lay upon her back quite helples.
For three months, however, she was
carefully'fed and tended by the other
ants. In another case an ant had in-e
jured her antennae. I watched her also
carefully, to see what would happen.
For some days she did not leave the
nest. At last one day she ventured out
side, and after a while met a strangerr
ant of the same species, but belonging
to another nest, by whom she was at c
once attacked. I tried to separate them, a
* but whether by the enemy, or perhaps a'
by my well meant but clumsy kind
ness, she was evidently much hurt and b
lay helplessly on her side. Several e
other ants passed her without notice,
but soon one came up, examined her
carefully with her antenn,e, and carried
her off tenderly to her nest. No one, I
think, who saw it, could have denied
to that ant one attribute of humanity,
the quality of kindness.
One cold day my ants were almost all
in their nests. One only was out hunt- n
ing, and about six feet from home- si
I took a dead bluebot tle fly, pinned it b
on to a piece of cork, and put it down b
just in f ront of her. She at once tried y
to carry off the fly, but to her surprise 'i
found it immovable. She tugged and
tugged, first one way and then another, n
for about twenty minutes, and then l<
went straight off to the nest. During p
that time not a single ant had come d
out; in fact, she 'was the only ant of
that nest out at the time. She went
straight in, but in a few seconds-less u
than half a minute, came out again
with no less than twelve friends, who
trooped off with her, and eventually
tore up the dead fly, carrying it off in
triumph. Now the first ant took no
thing home with her; she must have
somehow made her friends understand
that she had found some food, and
wanted them to come and help secure
it. In all such cases, however, so far
as my ex periemnce goes, the ants brought
thsir friends, and some of my experi
ments indicated that they are unable
to send them.
If I uncovered one of my nests of the
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-I uncovered only a small part of the
est, after a while some ant discovered
. In such a case, however, the brave
ttle insect remained there. Shecame
t in search of her friends, and the
rst one she met she took up in her
6ws, threw over her shoulders (their
ay of carrying friends), and took into
ie covered part; then both came out
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TO BOYCOTT THE FAIR.
bristian Endeavor People Bitterly Op
posed to Sunday Opening.
BosTON, May 16.-General Secretary
aer of the Young People's Christian
:ndeavor Society to-day sent to Presi
ent Higinbotham of the World's Fair,
telegram which says:
I beg leave to inform you that ad
ices are coming to me from local socie
es all over the United States and
anada, stating their determination to
mnain away from the Fair altogether
the gates are opened Sundays. Al
dy thousands are at work securing
ie same decision from others. The
ristian Endeavor Societies now mar
im1 one million and a half young men
2d women, and we mean to de every
ing in our power to prevent the dis
ace of the nation and prevent the
nancial failure of the Ekposition.
SuicIde of a Bank President.
ATLANTA, Ga., May 18.-Both banks
iBrunswick failed to-day and are
ow in the hands of the government
Max Ullman, president of the Ogle
iorpe Bank, went into the office of
ie First National Bank and, after a
)lference with the president, drew a
evolver and shot himself dead. Mr.
'lman was said to be the wealthiest
an in that section of the contry.
Only a week ago the Bank In.epector
ported these banks all right.
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Wanderer Wiggins: "No, mum, I do
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Mrs. Youngwed: "Do come right in,
iy good man, and sit down in the par
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refer apple pie or ice cream with your
Found-the reason for the great pop
arity of Hood's Sarsaparila-sinmply
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The Curfew to be Rang in tle Cities and
Towns of Canada at 9 o'clock.
NIAGARA FALLS, May 17.-An an
cient custom has been revived in the
cities and towns in Canada. This is the
ringing of the curfew. In olden times
the curfew was rung at nightfall, at
which time all fires were covered, lights
extinguished, and the people retired to
rest. The custon was instituted in the
reign of William the Conqueror.
The act passed at the last session of
Parliament in Canada is not, however,
quite so strict as the one of olden times.
It provides that at 9 o'clock the cur
few shall be rung, and if any persons
under 17 years of age are found
on the streets they shall be locked up
by the watchman or police, and unless
satisfactory explanation can be given
the parents shall be made to suffer
either by confinement in jail or fine, or
the sending away of the children to
some public institution, where they
will be taken care of until the authori
ties see fit to let them out.
The Right Kind of a Sister.
"Curious that about the marriage of
the wealthy heiress to Jack Jolliboy."
"What is there curious about it?"
"Why, she accepted him, and yet,
when you come to think of it, she
stands in the light of one who declines
an offer of marriage."
"How do you make that out?"
"She's assister to him."
But Not Long Life.
LFron the Harvard Lampoon.]
Cheap living-Dwelling in other
Killed Himself Carrying Money.
RICHMOND, May 17.-To-day Charles
Milburn, a negro driver, fell dead ii
the street in front of the First National
Bank. He bad a bag of $10,000 in coin
and notes, which dropped to the pave
ment when Milburn fell. He was
taking the money from the bank to
the pay wagon of the Chesapeake and
Ohio Railroad. He had just lifted
$60,000, most of it in silver,.- and the
exertion ruptured his heart.
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"My daughter was afflicted for nearly
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"For several'years, I was troubled
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For the last two years, whenever I felt
the effects of the disease, I began to take
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spell for along timfe."-E. T. Hansbrouigh,
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STT OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF~ NEWBERRY-IN
By J. B. Fellers, Esq., Probate Judge.
W HEREAM. JNO. M. KINARD,
C. C. P., bath made suit to me to
grant him Letters of Administration
Iof the derelict estate and effects of Har
giet Hubbard, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said deceased, that
they be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at New
berry court house on the 5th day of
June next, after publication hereof,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the said
Administration should not be granted.
Given under my band this 25th day
of A pril, A. D. 1893.
J. 13. FE LLERS, J. P. N. C.
THOS S. SEASE,
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NEWBER RY, S. C.
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TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
.L that I will apply to the Probate
Court for Newberry County on Satur
day, June 3, 1893, at eleven o'clock in
the forenoon, for letters dismissory as
administrator of the personal estate of
Cynthia Mower, deceased.
GEO. S. MOWER.
Notice of Final Settle
ment and Discharge.
I WILL MAKE A SETTLEMENT
of the estate of H. M. Singley. de
ceased, in the Probate Court for New
berry County. South Carolina, on
Saturday the 3rd day of June, 1893, at
10 o'clock in the forenoon, and imme
diately thereafter apply for a final dis
charge as administrator thereof.
J9HN J. SINGLEY,
May 2nd, 1893. Administrator.
CAPTA[IN HANINER. FROXOTED.
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[New York Press.]
WAsHINGTON, May 17. - Captain
William H. Hamner of the Twentieth
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President Cleveland to be Paymaster
in the army.
It was Captain Hamner who, on
April 14, 1SGI, hauled down the Stars
and Stripes that floated over Fort Sum
ter, and thus marked the first surren
der of the Union to the rebels.
Millionaire's Man (rashing into the
office in great excitement)-Your negro
coachman has eloped with that hand
some cook you got a few days ago.
Millionaire (snatching up his hat)
He has? Then he is a gone coon!
Curiosities of Language.
A jumble strange our language makes:
Old Sol, in summer, bakes the baker,
And death, relentless, overtakes
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S Pleasurc to thc Parcnts,
Health to the Childrcn.
Good for AfllW All t'.e Time.j
dA aScent package makes Fiv~~.
Padgett Pays the Freight I
A large illustrated Catalogue show
ing hun'dreds of destgnsof Furniture,
Stoves and Baby Carriages will be
mailed free, if you mention this
paper. I will sell you FURNrTURN.
etc., just as cheap as yoa can buy
them in large cities, and pay the
freight.to your depot.
Here are a few samples:
A No. 7 fat topCooklng Stove with
20 cooking utensils, delivered to any
depot, for $12 00.
A 5-hole Cooking Range with 20
cooking utenisils, delivered to any
depot. for $13 00.
A brre line of Stoves In prop
tion. Special agent for Charter
A nice Parlor quit, upholstered in
good plush, fashionable colors, de
anywhere for $30.00. A laM
line of Parlor Suits to select from.
A Bedroom -quit, large glass, big
bedstead, enclosed washstand, full
suit 9 pieces; chairs have cane seats,
delivered anywhere for $2200.
Othor suits both cheaper and more
-, y of.1 of yd -wide Carpet for $750
I p:4ir otti:ghan lace C rtains,
. pole. 2 .-:- is. 2 hooks. 10 ping. all
for f 1 1
A tlie-- - .\,% Qhxol. 7 ft. Jonz. 3
(. wid .> g --o ter..wth iringe
- N fei e .- -t-: . send t
ith I r
"OLD RELIABLE LINE."
I SOMTW C"01"A RAMLWAY.
D. H. CHAMBERLAIN, Receiver.
Condensed Schedule. In effect November
Through trains between Charleston and
Walhalla via S C. Railway and E.I& D. R. R
NORTH No. 11 No. 31.
Lv Charleston 6 50am 545 pm
Ar Summerville 8 28 am 6 32 pm
Ar Branchville 8 45 am - 8 20 pm
Ar Orangeburg 919 am 9 00 pm,
Ar Columbia 1100 am 10 30 pm
Lv Columbia 1120 am
Ar Newberry 1267 pm
Ar Greenwood 2 37 pm
I Ar Anderson 4 35 pm
Ar heneca 6 00 pm
Lv Seneca 632pm
Ar Walhalla 7 00 pm
Ar Greenville 500 pm
SOUTH No 12 No. 2 .
Lv Greenville 12 0' n'n
Lv WaIhalla 11 40 am
Ar Seneca 1210 pm .
Lv Seneca 12 16 pm
Lv Auderson 115 pm
Lv Greenwrod 253 pm
Lv Newberry 4 25 pm
Ar Columbia 6 05 pm
Lv Columbia 6 10 pm 8 CO am
Lv Orangeburg. 7 43 pm 9 42 am
Lv Branchville 8 25 pm 10 3- am
Lv bummerville 9 47 pm 1152 am
Ar Charleston 10 3U pm 12 40 pm
FAST EXPRESS BETWEEN CHARIESTON AND
ASHEVILLE CARRYING SLEEPEI.
1201 pm Lv Charleston Ar 630 pm
340 pm Ar Columbia Ar 120 pm
650pm- Ar Spartanburg Ar 1020 am
10 10 pm Ar Asheville Lv 00 pm
Lv Charleston 7 05 am 5 45 pm
Lv Summerville 7 28 am 6 32pm
.Lv Branchville 9 00 am 800epm
Lv Denmark 9 41 am 9 00 pm
Lv BlackvlleO 10 00 am 9l17pm
Lv Aiken 110* am 10 22pm
Ar Augusta 11 50 am 1115 pm
EAST No. 26. No. 41.
Lv Augusta 7 45~am~40 pm
Lv Aiken 8 23 am 5 40pm
Lv Blackville 926 am 6 48pm
Lv Denmark 9 45 am 707 pm
Lv Branchville 10 30 am 8 25 pm
Lv Summerville 11 ,2am 947 pm
IAr Charlestonll 142am 10 30pm
650OamLv Charleston -Arl1030 pm
9 00 am LV Columbia Ar 7 45 pm.
10 10 am Ar Kingsville Ar 655 pm
1130sm Ar Camden Lv 510 pm
CAROLINA, CUMBERLAND GAP AND
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY,
(South Carolina Railway.)
5 10 pm Lv Augusta Ar 9 15am
6 49 pm Graniteville 9 i5 am
7 05 pm Ar Aiken Lv 9 0 a
d~,C. G.~& C. E. R.)
715 p mLv Aiken ArS845am
S oc pm Trenton 8 00 am
815 pm Ar Edgefleld Lv 745 am
For further information a pply to
E. P. WARING, Gen Pass. Ag't.
C. M. WARD, General Manager.
THROUGH TRAIN' SERVICE AND oo1NECTON8.
Through trains daily between Charleston
and Augusta, between Charleston and Co
.lnnmbia and between Columbia and Camden.
Through Sleepers daily between Charleston
and Atlanta. Leave Charleston 530 pim, ar
rive Atlanta 6 30 a m. Leave Atlanta 1115
pm, arrive Charleston 1 15 p m. Puillmapi
Buffet Chair Car daily between Charleston
and Columbia. Leave Charleston 650 a m,
arrive Columbia 10 55 a m. Leave Columbia
6l10p m, arrive Charleston 10 0 p ml.
CONNECTIONS.-At Chiarleston with Clyde
Steamship Co for New. York, Monday,. Wed.
nesday and Friday. For Jacksonville, Mon
day, Thursday and Saturday. AZ Columbia
daily with R a DREREto and from Washing.
ton, New York and pints East and Nortfh.
At Columbia dailywith ER&DRE (C*&G Div)
to and from Greenville and Walhalla. At
Augusta daily with GaRR.E Central E E and
PE& W CREy. At Camdcn daily with C, C
CR EB, (through train to and from Marion,
N C, and Blacksburg.)
JflOWBI & Bijmim.11
T HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
formed a Law Partnership under
the name of Mower & Bynum, and
will practice in all the Courts.
IOftices at Newberry and Poprity,
S.C. GEO. S.. MOWER
PRANK L. BYNUM.
ATLANTIC COAST LIE.
Wilmington, N. C., May 9,1393.
Between Charleston aud Columba and Upper
South Carolina and North CarolIna
and Athens and Atlanta.
GoING WEST. GOING EAST
No.52. No.53. -
7 00 Lv....Charleston..Ar. 10 15
8 32 " ...Lanes............ " 836
10 55 Ar....Columbia..Lv. 6 00
1222 " ...,Prosperity....- 434
12.% " .....Newberry...... ^~ 418
1:. -.......Clinton......" 330
3 09 "... A bbeville..." 1 45
5 16 "........Athens........ " 1127
7 18 4 . .Alanta....." 9 30
7 30 " .....Carlotte....." 9 35
p m p m26
4 45 "... Greenville... " 11 57
6..........partanburg " 10 20
9 05 " ..Hendersonvile" 802 -
10 10 "... Asheville... * 7 00
Nos. 52 and 53 Solid trains between Charles.
ton and Clinton,S. C.. -
H. M1. EMEESON, Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent.
T. M. EMEESON, Traffic Manager.
J. BR. KENLY, Gen'1 Manager.
A MARVELOUS. DISCOVERY!
. Positively removes
IN 48 HOURS,
ICfXOND AND DANVI --
Lj BOAD COXPANY.
F.W.Huideknper& Reuben PsFo,BReedvem
CoLUXBLAAND GRBNVExILL IV2MtN.
PAmENGEm DPA. T.
4bndenmd Siedule-In .49 .M,i4S, J EOW ,
(Trains run by75th Meridian tlm&)
BETWEEN CHABLETON COLUMA, mm.AXD
No. 11 STATIONS. NoIL2.
650am Lv. ........Charlestam-.... Ar. 103Dpm
1115am ......Columbla- .Wm550
1200 n'i ............A sog............ .02,pr.
1205pm .......Pekes...... bePm
1237pm 15 m
1252pm d....Nwei 1pra
1256pm .........H .-na40]pzm
133pm .........Chappels. 327m
212pm .....NineSy.StL... 2 p
2SI pm Lv. ........Greenwoe Ar. 2
207pm -..... n
318pm .......HoneaP....... NL 14
4 05 p m -ellon. . 1 Z1
435pm A... Anderson......... 1Ut
518pm .........Pendleton......... 12 r
632pm -.......-Sna........... it am
658pm ......West Union......... 11am
7 to p m Ar. ..........Walhalla.,- LV.110 a.
M1CED DAILY BETWEEN GREENWOOD AND
Daily Ex. Sun. Dail 3g.un.
6 00 am Lv. Greenwood, Ar. 9W m
6 45a m B , 7'4pm1
755am Donds, 7'Um
8 2D a M Honea 1th, 6 35p a
9 00am Belton, 8:0pi
11 00am Anderson, 4 Opm
12 12 m Pendleton, 36pm
2 15pm Seneca. 211pm
2 50pm West Union,- 1 . jom
3 00 p m Ar. Walhlila, Lv. 12 pm
3S8pmLv Belton;Ar Ilp3
3 57 p m Wfilmamten. i2pbn.
403pm Pels 14 m
4 15pm Piedm*n- 12.Spn
4 45pm Greenvme. C & G 11-2am
4 55 p m Greenville A4C 11~mim
BErWEEN rLOWr0fR3A, ArAoED
N '.13 STATIONS.
1200 n'n Lv.......Chareatam........ Ar. W-#A
3 50pm .........Columbia........... -
430pm i.......Algo............ M
523pm .....carHale......: m
532pm Unta. 11 U
550pm . .nian . 1 U
6 28 p m ............PaQLt........... 1s m
650pm Ar. A---partanbu. Lv. M
10 10 p m Ar. -5Akbevil....e---. a
BETwEEN coUMZrA, 39E43SrrtlD -
No.15. STATIONS. N&IC
11 15m .....Columba..... a6.i.
304lpm _..GoldvIffe... 10S a6i-,
' bpm 3 ......iate..:.. -14Om:.
4 MomAr Laurns Lv 9 30.m..
BETWEEN HODGES AND ABBEYIiE&.
Ex Sun No. IL STATIONS. No. cma
No.45 M ed. M .
300am 300pm.LVHodgesAr 2 m -
8 35am S35pmLvAbbevlDleLvl46 -m8 ,
CONNMOCrNS VIA SOUTH BOMD *An=AJk
Daily. Iily. CENTVAL TJXE al.W
No. S. No;.9.
In. a. In. .a. . . .
.06 da Lv.....Columbia...A.1 V9
5 10 1145 Ar...Savannab...LT.1 4
Parlor Cars between
Trains leave ngS.C.,A C.
Ton,rNorthbo 4'0a 348 p m,
(Vestibuled Llmltdoth. ound,. IMa
p. 1137am. Vetibuled
bound. W. N. C. Di 650pm zw
sonville, Ashevile, and
Trains leave Grenine, S.
8 07 a 20
Nohod 16am,1215pm Saaa==
Trains Hoe,11 and 12 on C. and G.*bfN
and Trains 1 and 14 on the A. and*; I
will run solid to and from Cheale.. mys
S. C. B. R.
PULLMAN CAR SERVICE
Pn1man Sleepes on 1 and 1I,-ed -a.
leston and Asheville, via Columas4kAM
Pullnma Palace Sl Ur T
11, 12 37 and 38 on A.-a-C. Dij in
W. H. GREEN. V.
Gen'l 3f'r, Gen"1 .na
Washington, D. C.
W. A. TUXK, S.,
Wahngton, D.C. A
UTEBOND w AUw.A1an
Time Table In effbet March 32th, 18.
To Savannah and F1orMrta CO1umMa.~
P M A M :P-MuffrJ
1230 Lv HotSprings,N.C. Ar .
700 Ashevile " 1028
730 8 md, " 946 -
805 E raonvflBe" . 9M L
812 Pla42Book, " 841 .
950am Laurens, " - d15
145pm Abbeville, U-C. - 5 -
1030amn Clinton -3sa
1140 Wahalla, - "3
1216pm Seneca, " 6~
140 AnderSon - 48.6,
1117 UnIo, " - 14
1200M Gre5le %-.
2 pm Greenwr28"13
605 1l20Ar Columbla - Lv 33012
6 45 123 Lv ColumbIa, SC Ar 246*4
8 45 217 Deumark,. " - 32 7
9 363.07 FaIrfax " . #
11-45. 5 30Ar Savannsh. Ga. Lv -~ '43
130 800 LvSvna.ah, " Ar 631214
336 10 30 Jesup, " ,3 0
500 1250 Wayeros " . 1e )35
730 700 Cia11ehan- Fla., 715 75
800 738 Ar JakaonviIIe,." - 5
South of~Columb~ Trainue.~G -
Ian Time. North nniumbie,
75th Meridian Time.
Close connections at Savnah -With-'ba
NwYok PhI4ha and ~ta
with the Plant Syatem of SlU!n
Stenamr for Cubaansl~a ie
EDWARD FonD. -
Jos.-F.Guay Trav. -14uss.
W..BUTLER, R.L, Tray.P. AgS
S EABOARD AIE NJNE.-Uhort Has to
Norfolk and Old Point.:Vs., and Columbia- -
SC.New line to Charleston,S& NaMy~
_NOarHBOUND. 80EB0 .
No38No134 Eaten ThmeN.-7E4
Daily. Daily. except Atlanta AlBy-r A1&ly.
II 27mm 3OSp1l Athbn aa' t S
159pm 900parElbhmton 1y 54
212pm 10 pmarGreenw'd IV 357 2 -
6 im 45pmlarWshtnl10a
4 6115pm 'arNwery lj
737m ale r tsyv 7 2
11tn 4-ar Da2lgin3
7 45pm mjar WS'ter.lv
527pm ar ehnly 4a
| 50ala Chrltt1v 10 70
19 25am lrWlm'g'n ) 55p
3 30pmm lvPoClinton at 1S
4 3Noudiv 3
101pm arChaltoly TG
9 12pm| ararInagt'M
16e be6pee AIlNorfk ar
1'inlaufp rlNor. 4 -
t 3 n e orkNeParor~ e1c
6otmuh SIelg n
dan on Tins n 4a nds.1
casbetween Alanta. and
Tickets at Union depot or ?t'1.--D.
ticket offiee, NO.-# Knall House.
0. V. 8MiT&2aI,n esur
JOHN C. WLNDER. Gen1
H.W.B. GLOVEE. Div. Pm.Aama.At.
u imon1 eUreet Sunday, e.5i18
537h 330...... on.. A. -- 831
5 45 328......... Goldvill......117 8 10
6 12 3'2....... r's lAne.- 148 748
622 400----------- p ---1.250 7
645 436.......Nh 1y -3 7
910 5 19...,......Balentne ..il- 1
Gen'l Manager. 8upt. Auii~j~'