1 -"! A-
illE HAUD OF -FATE-
Nestling sit the foot of the grand old
i i ti j r s
lllAivrtanv a nrl 111 ii a RidcA mminf i.tifl. in
the renowned Valley of Virginia, where
the sce&ery is a picturesque and lovely
as that of Switzerland, and the climate
unsurpassed on the continent of Aroeri a,
being distinguished for its equabiliry
the summers seldom too warm, and the
, winters mild Is a beautiful and thriving
little village, encircled by out-lying
range of mountains forming a perfect
"horse-shoe" io appearance, and a
a. seene f oarreiovs beauty and interest.
-Situated onthesatinrbs of tfce "City . 1
- Peace " f for so this moral litt le town i.
called,) is a noted institution of learning,
: The College," where many young men
annually come to receive instru tio
And VMArahla nrnfoasArs Thft
City of Peace ''-has other auxiliaries of
wealth and happiness: the romantic re-
a Ok . f a. a . -
1" gion ana healthful, salubrious climate
1 exerts a refining influence on the pppula-
t ion, giving the religious tone, and high
moral character to the intelligent inhab
itants -her christian society, handsome
church edifices, faithful ministers, hei
able bar. fineJbusiness houses, splendid
hotels, her reservoir, water-works and
printing presses. i J
Within a stone's throw, of the village a
pearly stream ) flows placidly along to
wards the broad Atlantic, bearing the
beautiful Indian name. Iinnnokfe. sicni-
' fying "shell-moneyand never -was a
river more appropriately named, as it's
mossy, banks. are richly adorned with
. flowers wild honeysuckles, Jassemines
j e ' . ; i t ?
aim icru Mveeii cresses auu lines kiss
the rinnlinsr-waier as it mrnnrlprs (rmri-
fully through the valley over the "beds of
shells and sparkling stones. . In it's sunny
waters the lazy turtle sleeps, and in it's
shadowy depths varieties ofjhe finny
tribe sport the cat-fish, red eye, trout
pearch, carp and black-bass; occasionally
the ' slippery eel swallows the baited
hook-and is "brought to light" much to
the disgust of old anglers. Two beauti
, ful lakes of living water lie on the, very
border of the town, thoroughly equipped
with pleasure " boats, canoes, etc., and
i from a music stand erected on an eleva-
tion between them zephyrs waft the
Sweetest strains from Silver Cornet Band
and Italian Harps; every summer eve
ning. This ' music in the air" is the
signal that summons the lovers of the
art Terpsicborcan , as well Mother lovers to
this enchanted ground, where old and
young are alike welcome; for it is within
the corporate limits' of the town, and free
to all it's citizens. ' Above and beyond
this glorious landscape arise the lofty
peaks of Otter, Mclfee Knob, Twelve
O'clock Knob, and other magnificent
In the very heart of the village resided
one of the most influential business men,
a native of Virginia; proud of his pious
and noble lineage ;.his father, Hev. J. B.
Vrcu, D. V- his' paternal grandfather,
Rev. K. B. Wren; his maternal grand
father, Rev. R. H. Harrison, D. D., and
his great-grandfatberllev. G. L. Hooper.
The fomilV for 'five rrnprntirr A
never lacked a son to proclaim from theJ
puipu or sacred desk the doctrines of the
Presbyterian church, and j proclaim the
good news of salvation through a cruci
j fied Redeemer. Col. Wren; lived with
i his family, consisting of only four mem
j bers, father, mother, brother and sister.
His mansion had weathered the storms f
h.a,, centurybut having been substan
tially built, time had made no impression
on it. It was large, con for table and con
veniently arranged. Beautiful flowers
and lovely shade trees adorned the front
yard. In this paradise seemingly sur
rounded by all that heart could wish to
ma:k,0 "ff person happy, dwelt
Birdie Wren, a fair and gentle maiden
who had just reached that lovely time,
- that sweeL nop.ti. nm u-hon .k:i.ji, ji..
merry laughter yields to girlhood's softer
"She was all simplicity, .
' A creature soft and mild
Tho' on the eve of womanhood,
In heart a very child."
When but a wee thing, sTbaby in her
nurse s arms, they had nicknamed her
ttiraie. because of her briirht siinnv
face and joyous disposition. Birdie was
a zealous member of tbe "Church of her
laincrs," oore an active part in the van
ou home and misuinnrr o: :
Hers was the Banner class in the Sab-
nap scnooi, and she had won the several
pnzes onered "to the most diligent
utuw ui me jaioie gome of her
; associates mischievously tubbing her
' "ss uiDio Concordance," of which
title she may have been justly proud : She
had also received prizes for the perfect
imitation of the Long and Shorter
In the year of grace 18C8, a young
mail i not ye nineteen yearsof age, enter
ci the College and matriculated. r!WW
Mo itrose Veuablc. Ho was a true son of
t 'Tu;,!t inB "0Die of thc free, sweet
land of hber The seal of genius was
on his brow; his dark grey or hazel eves'
sweet expression ; his deep-toned melo
dibus voice, speaking guestures, charm
ing delivery and eloquent , words, soon
won him the reputaUon among his colle
giates of being a natural orator, for
I.i stature majestic apart from the throng.
He stood in his beauty the theme of mv
; - j . song.".;: V ;
Like Saul of old, Vhead and shoulders
. above all other men :" and seemed to be
one of the few immortals not born to die.
At the opening of the story Birdie's
grandfather, Rev. J. B. Wren, D. D., was
pastor of the Presbyterian church, whose
wife had invited some of the young neo
ple of the town to a sociable at the
:,t,ntT Among the guests were Birdie
and Mr. Y enable. ft
u,,T!l5y l TCro PcoaHy acquainted,
but members of a secret Jlttlc -Mutual
AdministratiQu Society,'? a spiritual
Lu0nnCSlfS emVind now they
were brought face to face and formally
l hey weresoon chatting merrily, each
I j ke, birds flew by, as lightly and asfrce,"
M supper announced and Birdies
escort, Mr. Engleton, invited her Tnto
;the dimes room. Kh nA v ii :
i SJ'Jwred. In the
yi fc0 leasr iur. venabla i
a book aavhir; D5 read thesdWolin
He atikiowledger heJ w "canSt"
baft p.-odarei aB0thc?;twini3inaiid
looking awily up fato the iaodsbae
are of her vis-a-vh aaid, "You were So
unfortomtte as to lose on the first game,
let s try another, and yotf shall havJTali
tB wbicj, witJ a oicaainjj exf ressio'i
countenance he deposited , in his pocket
book, e arking, Thank j o i kindly,
I'll keep these as a sovenir." Uirdie's
rosv cheeks took on a rosier hue at this
surprise, and looking up she : saV his j
handsome eyes looking soniy, tenaeny
1UVO Iicr unu. M jrhwcu uu tuai uiiii-
ly at the party, " and each returned to
his or her respective domicile. As.
Birdie sat alone pondering over tho many
dent that impressed, her most agreeably
was tne act, accompaniea ny mr iook mai
Mr. Venable bestowed upon her when he
took the raisins from her hand. She
fancied for a moment it might be "flat
tery" on his part, and being an April
hearted little woman her dark and
dreamy eyes filled with tears.
"Like dew-drops from a golden star,
Or perfume from a rose." .
She felt that a tiew beauty and a mis
tery, a wondrous change had come over
the spirit of her dream, and she did not
understand why tears should gem her
eye, or sighs escape her heart. But
doubting was too painful:
- " Her bosom was a soft retreat
For love, and love alone;
And yet her heart had never beat
To love's delicicius tone. ".
It dwelt within its circle free
From tender thoughts like these,
Waking the little deity,
- As the blossom waits the breeze,
Before it throws the leaves apart,
And trembles! like the love touched
While wondering in an ideal world,
she fell asleep, and on the wings of slum
bering fancy, was) wafted to the sunny
banks of the beautiful river where the
water-lilies grow. I
She dreamed that Mr. Venable and
herself were walking on it's shore, the
pelucid, rippling waves-almost touching
their feet, when suddenly ho threw the
two raisons far out into the stream, say
ing: ''Birdie, let's try our fortune; if
they swim we will go through life firm
friends; if they sink we will fall out by
the way." They watched them with
interest, and altho' they sank and swam
alternately for a time, yet as far as the
eye could discern, j they were, still close
together, though bobbing up and down
as they followed the course of the stream.
Early the following morning Birdie
awoke and looking out of hei window
she saw her newi acauaintanceslowlv
walking up the hill towards the ceme
tery, and she fancied he looked pensive..
While she stood spell bound gazing after
him, he turned and looked up at her
window and gracefully lifted his hat.
She wondered if he. thought; it a coinci
dence to be remembered, that they should
have both " arisen! with the lark," and
seen each other, iave. SDokcn to each
other, and best of all, smiled on each
other, she from her window, he from the
street below, at five o'clock in the morn
ing. While thus idly dreaming, she
softly began to hum an old song she had
sung many times to her friends, but never
before realized thc force of the sentiment:
"I think of you in the day time,
I dream of you by night, "jetc.
By this time Mr. Venable was strolling
through the Cemetery. His thoughts
were at the Manse Jwith the. vision of the
night before. He recalled the slender
girlish form, tall and graceful ; her nut
brown hair and laughing eyes roguishly
peering into'hit. He remembered how
she modestlty blushed when with her
own lily-white hand she offered him the
two raisins; and how a tender little look
of surprise came into her sweet, face aud
merry eyes when he told her he would
"keep them as a sovenir." He began to
revel in an ideal world, that brightest of
all others, which exerts its influence and
leaves it's trace upon our spiritual nature,
indelliblc as the physical influences of
time on thc material hotly. In the air
castles he built, he unconsciously peo
pled them all with thc little fairy; hira
elf and she the central subjeets of a bliss
surpassing every concept iou of hi pre
vious life. He COllltl think nf nntlinm
else day or night; and he caught himself
n immmg mat oiti song, "Her bright
smile haunts mc still." Then his face
saddened as he quoted the words:
"Whom first we love, yoif'know, we
seldom wed. Time rules us all. And
life indeed is not thc thing we planned
it out." He meditated awhile as he
wandered among tombs, and when he
retraced his steps he said to himself, " I
know I loved Birdie at first sight. I
know also that this is my first experience
of the kind, and that "women canuot
choose their lots in life," 'tis man's ex
clusive privilege. I'll choose Miss
Wren, aud win her if noKiKio- nnA
imagination built up a home dedicated to
uer, wuerem unallowed felicity crowned
them, and made it .-l rlnhVhtt'ni rAt.
for visiting friends.
He slowlv walkWl bnoL- fr..ia u:
- wr.iuiu ii in
ooardinir-hoiise. rpturninn- l v.
- vj mo inci
dence Ol Lol. Wren. Rinlio
- - v ww 0 111 UU
front yard gathering roses for a friend
wuornaa requested a few to wear to a
weddtnz that dav:
plucked while the dew was on them.
&he handed a half blown rns tn m
Venable. for he hiul stnnrwwi k . '
. . J " I'f K tut, UUIC
and said : " Beautiful flnnm i t
be proud of one, Miss Wreu." The roSf
was pure white, fragrant and dew-im-uearled
and as hi tnnr it .-n:
thanks, moved on. He called to see her
next day, and after that passed man v
hours m her societv. 11a woe .. k..;ii:....
j ...in u Ul MllilUI
conversationalist ; and althougn she had
maiiy aamirers, she esteemed none more
highly thau he. Ofrn tiiv ..,.wi a
together along the beatitifuUhorc of the
river, gathering shells and water lilies,
and when the mnnn shnnn K; .1 :
joined the multitude that went sailing on
the lake. Onn sa-net m-ninnr. n. ..:t:T.
the lake. One sweet evnninVr -it tii;i
when " Luna" iu all hfp rrnrv 1 '
gence turned the lake into a sea of gold
Birdie and Mr. Venable found them
selves in a little bark a few varife from
Start H-prn in 4 tin l!.,
icn iiioiiKanu ou the sea
For every wave with dimpled face,
I hat leaped upon the air
Had caught a star in its embrace,
And held it trembling there."
to be concluded next week.
' Sam Small Criticized.
Richmond. Mv 23. Tb to.
contains the .following- editorial: f'lt
seems that the. t?
cociaat and zmnsinM. nnnn; ;
siting a tijrd party in Georgia, and
therefore spreads himlf rmf v;.
fSt!fd?h the. name
mterest. . There are soae striking
poiotaaat tho iganguration of the
the ,TOjg.?rrite5 that the Movement is
hp&Ahy RepubUcan." Our
S???0 coirespoadent informs ns
m a letter pubhahea tp-day that 'Mr.
time, of thebtate convention ias main-
7 "?.f?eta5'tlw Democratic party.
Isn't it time for tK n.n liriZ:
crferkH w this mmmvttt - to iniaira
Th9 Bepttbliean Gand.
The Republican leaders are return
ing to their vomit,' as we said the other
day. The Black Flag now floats from
the Kcpi.blican Headquarters. There
is no doubt of an organized purpose
on the part of the agents of theMonej
Devil to starf and carry on a war of
conquest if possible against the South.
The Washington correspondent of the
Chicago Times an able Independent
paper says j of the Kepnbhcans in
"i neyaomu privately that tnere is a
growing sentiment especially in the
Northrwest, in favor of low tariff taxation
and that it may therefore be necessary
to resort to other issues to keen the
boys in line with the 'grand old
party.' " n
"Other issues." do you see. So the
dying fire3 bust be fanned into angry
dames, and; the issues of war times
must be revived. What does this show,
but a fear, a misgiving as to the result
of a square fight on the Tariff reduction
issue ? The same correspondent
"It is understood that anite a number
of Republicans are engaged.- inT the eoT
lection of materials for such attacks upon
Northern Democratic leaders as Ingalls
made upon Voorhees and upon other
Southern leaders for alleged suppression
of the negro Vote, by which it is claimed
the solid South is made Democratic. It
is conceded 'upon all sides that a judicious
revision of the tariff and a reduction of
internal taxation are essential to the
economic welfare of the country, and the
Democrats are willing to make the issue
right there, fbut the Republicans say the
revision should be made by a Republican
Lore -ess. h
V e note) this with regret. But the
blatant ant j fiery demagogues must be
met. The jrecent attempt to make the
lass etectiqn in .Louisiana a rraud
shows the dhimus of the Republican
leaders in (the Congress. Ohio and
Massachusetts Republican Conventions
denounced ithe election, and the Ver
mont Radsjeven went so far as to adopt
the following resolution:
"The present Democratic majority in
1 TT , 1 ... . .
tne jiouse qe representatives at the ex-
ecu uve orancn 01 tne government is a
usurpation, -and never before except bv
hostile armjes. has popular government
oeen so seuusly imperilled."
All this-jbetrays the purpose and
shows thatj the poison is distilling.
But while ijie republicans are. at their
old; game i of misrepresentation and
defamation; 'the truth about the Louisi
ana election is co miner out and from
Republican! 1 witnesses. The following
from the Louisville Courier-Journal
gives somef the evidence. It says:
"Here is the New Orleans Item, a Re
publican Journal, which in speaking of
me result or. tuc recent Liouiiana election,
says that a!;number of the better sort of
intelligent land independent negroes
boldy proclaimed themselves Democrats
and m favor of the election of Gen. Nich
oils from thp beginning.' And here, too,
is the Pr6grt9t alpaper edited by negroes,
which declares that 'thousands of color
ed voters cist their votes for the Demo
cratic nominee for Governor. This is a
kind of evidence which will be totally
K"orei oyrtne itepuoiican newspapers
01 the Jort, which are insisting that the
Uemocraticf majority in the Louisiana
election was due to the grossest of fraud."
" The Mosquito.
Mr. HJ $ullivan Thomas, who has
been lecturing on the mosauito before
tlu? literal societv of Madras. Tndi
is unoUarit enough to say that it is
on ly tne maie mosquito that does
the biting! He considers the mosquito
a most usejful pest, seven-eights ot its
existence being devoted to the service
of man add only oue-eight to his an
noyance. !It exists in the larval stat
twenty-one days, and during that per
iod engages in sanitary work and ardor
and thoroughness. Wherever there is
dirty water, wherever there is a filthy
drain, there the mosquito larvae are to
be found, ivoraciouly devouring the
contaminating matter. Mr. Thomas
admits that he is an anomalous animal,
who wears! his heart where others wear
their throat, and sows his wild oats at
a time of life when the human kind
try to make the fellows and heaven
believe thev have never been sinners:
but his days of sin are only a tenth of
uia wjuu exiswiuce. wmcn is mora r.nan
could be said of most animals, man in-?
eluded. And in clarifying the water
of India, which needs the process so
badlv. the mosauito is nerrnrmincr A
public benefaction, and a ton in or fnnnmn
extent for the bloodthirsty appetite
he develops; during the three days he
exists in the more familiar form, Mr.
Thomas tells us he never yet found a
case where ia bite was inflicted hv nv
other than a female mosquito ; and
though he sugsrested as a nossiblp pt!
planation jjiat the male hao! quicker
ears and might be more on his guard
against being caught, this was obvious
ly rather a concession to the feeling of
the feminine portion of his audience
than the expression of scientific con
jloon Eyed Wives,
"The marriage of an American or
an Englishman to a Japanese woman
is not so .rare an occurrence as the
critics whpi have been writing about B.
H. House's clever novette seeins to
think," said la diplomat who ' spent
years in Jaan to me the other night
"A number of sach marriages have oc
curred in the oast ten or fiueen tpn
7 may instance as conspicuous exam-
jca Kuay j uuc oi. me secretaries oi tne
American legation to a Japanese girl
of noble, blood; and still more striking,
Derhans. the. murnnrrn rf flia
another attache of the Amejricaa lega-j
tibn. House himself. b CfinfinnaJ I
' T wunuiHU,!
"adopted a Japanese girl, who has car-
ter. House is a very clever man, ode
of the mofit brilliant men I ever met,
but has been bedridden fbr years, and
peculiarly dependent upon the tender
ness and thonglifuloess of hb adopted
daughter, j-who has shown oir those
high, fine qualities which htt tatprlbt
to the heroine! of. hfa little sorv'l
Catlirt JL TJtxr Indcztry. .
Messrs! W. . Paris & Son, haye
con mended a new enterprize which
promLses to develop .into a large and
important industry. It is-the manu
facture of caviare from the roe of the
sturgeon; They made their first ship
ment a day Or two ago, and nave orders
ahead for all they can manufacture.
1 bey nave in their employ a Uerman
expert who has been engaged in this
business ifbr j nearly thirty years, and
oesiaes running some nrteen or twenty
seines of j their own. have contracted
with other fisherraa'h for all the stur
geon they can supply. The season for
sturgeon has just opened, beginning
about the close of the shad hshmg,
and this new business will give the
fisherman employment all through the
summer.! Heretofore the catch of stur
geon has; been limited to the demand
of the home market, with the exception
of shipments made to Northern mar
kets early in the season, before the ran
of this fish began in Northern rivers.
' Caviare is the salted roe of the stur
geon or other fish. It is esteemed
great delicacy in Europe, and a great
deal of it is consumed in this country.
In its preparation a specially, prepared
salt is usea wnicn is imponea irora
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Samual J. Randall, whom nobody
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Senator Sabin, with his trousers
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Justice Bnidly taught a district
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1 1: 1 if .'
bis zlst year.
President Cleveland compiled the
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the wonders of inventive progress is a
method and system of work that can be
performed all over the country without
separating thc workers from their homes.
Pay liberal; any one can do the work;
either sex, young or old; no special abil
ity required. Capital, not needed; vou
are started free. Cut this out and return
to us and wc will send you free, some
thing of great value and importance to
you, that will start you in business which
will bring you iu more money right
away, than anything else in the world.
Grand outfit free. Address True & Co.,
The Last and Final Sale cf the Chunn
j In obedience to an order of the Stipe
rior Court of Catawba county, made in
the case of Susan 8. Trollingeiy Adm'x
of M. B. Trollinger. vs. K. II. Trolli
and others, I will re-sell on the premises
at 12 o'clock M., on Saturday, the 2d dav
C 1.. - 1 OOO .Li 1 I. i -
uiic, iooo, mat vaiuaDie tract ol
Land known as the Chunn place, adjoin
ing Thomas Hyde and otlfers, on the W.
N. C. Ii. K., two miles East of Cleveland,
in the county of Rowan, containing 157
acres more or less.
Terms of Sale- The purchaser tn nav
20 per cent, cash, and the balance on a
credit of six months, the purchaser to
give bond with approved security, title
retained until all thc purchase monev is
paid. The bidding will begin at four
-SUSAN S. TROLLINGER.
Admx. of M. B. Troll
Sn Wonder exist iu tl Will
sands of forms. V.nt. nrpunrn.,.
ed by the marvels of invention. The
wno are in need of trofltahl
can be done while living at home should
at once send their address to Hallett &
Co., Portland, Maine, and receive free,
full information how either sex, of all
ages, can earn from $5 to $25 per day and
HDwarda wherever they live. You are
started free. Capital not rpniiii-frl 3Ami
have made over $50 in a siDgle day at
this work. All succeed.
ROSE 12. CLEVELAND'S
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THI8 PAPEiB K," "T.V ooo.
i&eguiar XLonzontai iris tun
The most simple, dprable and effective
Pump in tlio market for Mines, Quarries,
Refineries, Breweries, Factories, Artesian
wells, Fire duty and generaL manufacturing
purposes. gTSend for Catalogue.
The A. S. CAMERON STEAM PUMP f ORIS.
Foot of Zast 23iri Sti:bet, Xkw York
PIEDMONT AIR-LIKE RODTE
Eichmond & Danville Railroad.
IN-EFFECT SEPT. 4, 1887.
Trains Rux Bv 75 Meridian Time.
SOUTHBOUND W ,
l.v. New ark ja 15 A M I ISO Pit
Piilladclplila 7 ifi j 6 57
" Baltimore 45 " 8 "
" WustllngtOD 11 5!4 " l 11 W "
- CU.irioixesvllle 3 35 P M . 3 uu AM
" Lynehijurg 5 54 6 JO " .
" hlolimouu lc " iW "
" Burkcsvllle '5 17 43 1
Ktys.Nllle 5 56 5 05
" Drake's Drancli 6 12 44 5 1
" Danville 8 50 , 8 OS .
" Ureensboro H 44 " 4 "
' (ioldstxiiu .1 w ' is io P M
Hallgh 5 50 , tl m A M
" Durhum 6 52 " ! 37 " ,
Ar. Ckapel II111 ts 15 i..
Hlli'bborro 7 t:, I 3 32
" Salem t7 zo 16 so '-
" lllgli Point 11 i6 i lo 16 "
" Salisbury 12 ?,l ' A M i 11 23
Stutesv uie ; I li 31 P M
Ashevllle ' 1 6 3S
" Hot S.Mlngs j ' 7 35
Lv. concord 1 y6 " 18 ul P M
cli irlotte i 2 S5 " j 1 oo "
" Sp irtanburg 5 -i$ " i 3 .14 "
" ivrec-nille , 6 43 " 4 48 -
Atlanta 1 0 P M lo 40 "
.V.Atlanta i 7 0 p m 8 40 AM
Kr. Jiecnville oi A M , g 31 P M
SsMltHLbug X 13 ' S 46 x "
charlotte 5 r e, tr, '
" Concord f o ; 7 2-, "
" Salisbury 6 1 1 i 02 "
" llljrh Point 7 r.7 9J1 "
" Greensboro s 2S : 9 40 "
" Salem Ml 40 tli 34 AM
" Hillsboro 12 01 p AI ti 44 A M
" Durham 12 45 , 4 03
" Chapel Hill s 15 '
" RHlelc'li 2 10 t6 35
1 oMsboro j ji. 11 45
' Danville 10 0 a M 11 29 P M
" Drake's Branch 12 44 P M ; 2 41 AM
" Keysvllle 1 Ct j 3 03 "
" l?urkcsville I 1 40. I 3 55 "
" Id liinond ' 3 4 ! 6 15 "
" Lynchbursr L 1 15 pj J 2 o ,4
44 i liai lotiesvlllc 3 40 44 j 4 10
Wasiiln-jton J 8 23 s yo '"
" ISiltlmore ; 11 2." 44 10 3 44
Philadelphia : 3 00 A M 12 35 P M
4 New York i 6 20 44 13 SO 44
Dally. t Dally, except Sunday.
On train no r.0 and 51. Pullmtm Bullet Sleeper
between Atlanta and New York.
On train? 52 and 53. Pullman Buffet Sleeper be
tween Wahhlngr'on and Montgomery; Washington
and Augusta. Pullman Sleoner between Richmond
and Greensboro. Pullman Sleeyer between Greens
boro and i.'&letffh. Pullman Parlor tar between
Salisbury an'l Kiioxville
Through tickets on sale at Principle stations, to
For rates and Information, apply to any agent of
iho Company, or fo
Sol. Haas, Traffic Manager.
J. S. Potts, Div. Pass. Agt.
V. A. Turk, Dir. Pass. AgHr
Jas. L. Taylok, Gen. Pas. AgL
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BictooBj ajfl Danville Rallroai Ct
W.N. C. Division.
Passenjsr Train Schedule.
Effective May 13th, .'1888.;
Train No. 5?.
- Train Xo. si
oo a. m. Boston
4 30 pr-ni. New York
c 57 Philadelphia
5 05 a;ia. Lynchburg:
S 03 Danville
P. m, it
12 35 -soon
15 a. m?
312 a. in.
11 S3 a m.
Ar 12 12 boon
12 3ft -p. in.
Hot Spili, gs
Lv. fi 40 p. m.
Ar. 7 3l
7 30 a. m.
1110 a.m. Indlanapo.ls
6 33 p. m. Chicago
1 5o St. Paul
4o -p. m. St. Louis
7 lo ft. m. Ksnsas City
4 oi p.m.
8 30 p. m.
. 3 00 p. m.
" 8 00 ;u m.
8 25 p;m.
Daily except SUNDAY
TP.AINNOIS , TRAIN X0 17
h ow a m Leave Asheville Arr 4Sp.
1023 Arr Waynesviiie 3o
2 25pm Charlestoji ...... ' lois.
3 03 Jnrteit .... .... Leave ; rt
A. & S. Road.
Dally except SUNDAY ;
; TRAIN NOW TKA1N NO U
3 so p. n Iave Spartanburj: Arrive llop.B
7 17, Arrlvo Ilendersonvllle S8.m
Ashevllle Leave 8l-
75th meridian, time used to Hot Springs
9uth .. .. west of Hot sprlnps.
Pullman Sleepers between Washington & Salbburr
., .i . Richmond Uinsbora
.. Raleigh & GreefiMwro -Knoxvllle
.. Parlor Cars .. Salisbury & Kucxville "
JOS. L. TAYLOR, G. P. A. . ' .
W. A. WINBUKN. Act'g D. f. 1
fllflf II If Howanlcil are those who
II I lllil. I read this and then act: they
..Tin i,.i,i 1 t ,u.,i ,;il 1
1H li 11 11 IKJllUt ilUIC ClUIJIfJ LUCIIl Iliad y
not take them from their nomcsand fam
ilies. The profits are large and sure for
every industrious - person,! many have
made, and are now making several tun
dred dollars a month. It is easy fprjiny
one to make $5 and upwards pei aay.
yuuug or oiu; capital not mturu,-wi.
start you. Everything new. No special
abi'ity required; you, reader ean do it as
well as any one. Write to us at once for
full particulars, which we mail freej
Address Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine.
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