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“Friends” at the Grand Tonight
Edward Milton Boyles’ society comedy
drama, “Friends,” will be presented by
the original cast that was in its initial pro
duction, and during its six weeks’ run at
the Standard theatre, New York, last
spring. Prominent among the names in
the cast are Selena Fetter, Theodore Ham
ilton, E. D. Lyons, C. A. Handyside, Lu
cius Henderson, Bertha Livingston, Louise
Wakelee, Katie Baker, and the author,
Edwin Milton Boyle. In view of the
forthcoming production, the following edi
torial from the Indianapolis Journal of a
recent date, will be of interest: “It is
seldom that anything strictly so original
and new is seen on the stage as to cause
comment when it is seen. ‘Friends,’ the
work of Edwin Milton Boyle, is both new
and original. It is original in plot, in inci
dents and in action. It may be said to
have neither star nor ‘super.’ Every
part is essential to the plot. There is not
one that could be dropped to advantage,
and not another part could be added with
out incongruity. In the hands of a less
skillful author or a less meritorious com
pany, ‘Friends’ might easily become a
play for the galleries. Only a fine appre
ciation of true art could have enabled the
author to resist the temptation to add
spectacular effects; in studiously avoiding
this addition Mr. Boyle has presented art
at the expense of the bill board. He has
made a permanent contribution to the
drama, and not a mere temporary offering
to the box office. ‘Friends’ is destined to
become a standard play. It will live as
long as any comedy lives. It is a triumph
of play-writing, on its skillful production
by the company in whose hands it is a
The people of Atlanta will be startled
with the excellence of material engaged in
the opera of “Robin Hood.” Miss Hamil
ton is an artist of great power, both in
quality of voice and as an actress of
splendid finesse. She sang the role of
Maid Marion all through the New York run
of “Robin Hood” at the Garden theatre,
and has made a distinct hit everywhere by
her original methods. Mr. John Peachy,
as Robin Hood, is the high baritone of the
company. He sang the leading male role
in “Dorothy” at the Lyric theatre, London,
during its run of 401 nights. He is hand
some, and an actor of considerable note
abroad. Mr. Frank Pearson, well known
in Atlanta as a basso possessing a rich
mellow voice, will impersonate Will Scar
let. Mr. Ed AV. D. Palfrey is also well
known in this city as a society young man
of New Orleans who has made a mark on
the stage with the Robin Hood Opera
company. He has a light tenor voice of
pleasing quality. Miss Jennie Dickerson,
late of the Carl Rosa Opera company, of
London, is the contralto. The balance of
the .cast is said to be worthy of all praise.
Tne prices for this engagement are within
reach of all, the management deciding on
the regular scale in order to give oppor
tunity for all to hear this popular opera.
In the “Robin Hood” company, which
will visit Atlanta this week, there are two
performers very well known in Atlanta.
These are Mr. Frank Pearson and his wife.
Mr. Pearson will be remembered as the
finest voice and the best actor in the comic
opera company at the Edgewood last sum
Miss Maud Mclntyre, his wife, is also a
prominent member of the company.
Mr. Pearson has the role of Will Scarlet
in the opera; Miss Mclntyre that of Anna
The company is an exceedingly strong
one. Miss Hamilton is one of the greatest
comic opera women in the country. Miss
Mary Palmer has a contralto voice which
is described as wonderful. Miss Jennie
Dickerson is another exceedingly clever
woman, who was one of the leading people
with the Karl Rosa company.
It is worthy of especial note that the
company presents this, the greatest
comedy opera on the road, at no increase of
The capacity of the Grand makes this
possible and the company will, undoubt
edly, play to the full capacity.
The proprietors of this compeny are H.
C. Barnabee, Tom Karl and AV. H. Mc-
Donald, who are the leading members aud
the proprietors of the great Bostonians.
Discovered by Accident.
A gentlemen said, “I never knew until
recently that I could not see as well as
other people. I always supposed that dis
tant objects appeared hazy to everyone. I
happened to put on a pair of glasses and
was amazed to find I had been near sighted
without knowing it. I had my eyes prop
erly fitted and found I had been missing,
all my life, a great many things seen by
normal eyes.” For reliable glasses call at
the salesroom of our scientific opticians,
Kellam & Moore, 54 Marietta street, op
No Literature of Noses.
It spite of the learned Slawkenbergius it
is probable that no really valuable treatise
on noses exists. A new edition of “N otes
on Noses,” originally published in 1848, has
been issued. Such a work needs the best
illustrations possible from historical por
traits. The little wood cuts in “Notes on
Noses” are useless. For some reason the
nose is usually treated as a comical and
unimportant feature. The novelist, so rich
in details about his heroine’s eyes, lips,
brow, chin, ankles, hair and so forth, never
says much about her nose. Perhaps the
most agreeable sort of female nose is name
less. It is Greek, with more vivacity, but
nobody knows what to call it. The ordi
nary classes of noses are familiar and are
made by the mind, not the mind by the
nose, according to our author. The Bar
dolphian nose, however, is created and col
ored by solid personal industry. The Ro
man nose receives great credit for energy,
firmness, “absence of refinement and disre
gard of the bienseances of life.”—London
Pitied the General.
She had a French gardener. AVhatever
accomplishments he may have possessed in
other ways, he was rather stupid about
lawn duties. One morning his stupidity
was beyond endurance. She told him most
emphatically what she thought of him and
finished by saying:
“Now, Francois, you can go. I’ll not
have you another day.”
He went, crestfallen, to the stables, where
her husband chanced tb be. He looked at
the general thoughtfully for a moment and
“Ah, general, I’m very sorry for you.”
“AVhy, what is the matter with me, Fran
cois?” said the general.
“Veil, I can go, but you must stay.”—Ex
The unexpected oft occurs—
AVhen some fair maid, designing
To call some favored fellow hers.
Her net around him twining.
She knows that he’ll succumb some day
To wiles’ so well directed;
Yet when he does she’ll blush and say,
“This is so unexpected!”
-Pick Me Up.
Classes for Dancing at Zouave
111 Marietta street. The only dancing
school in Atlanta. For gentlemen—Mon
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ladies and Children—Tuesday and Thurs
day, 3 to 5 p. m.
AVhy not have your sewing machine re
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The accompanying plans and perspective
view represent a design suitable for a city
lot or the country. The plans are worthy of
consideration, and the exterior is pictur
esque and attractive. The veranda ex
tends across the entire front, affording pro
tection from the heat of the sun in the sum
mer and shelter from the storms in winter.
It belongs to the class known as a “1-chim
ney house.” The staircase hall is of good
size and may be used as a reception room
if desired. The staircase itself is of pretty
design, with yellow pine treads and risers,
and ash newels, rails and balusters.
Two steps above the floor of the main
rooms is a broad landing, from which you
may descend to the kitchen pantry, thus
affording a good substitute for a back stair
way and a direct communication with the
kitchen and front door without passing
through the principal rooms, a most de
sirable arrangement for any dwelling, and
not usual or common in low cast houses.
From the pantry is the door to the cellar
stairs, which are placed directly under the
main stairs. There is also a door opening
into the parlor for convenience in case of
reception or when entertaining guests.
The parlor and dining room are separated
by an archway, which is intended to be
hung with handsome portieres. The route
from the kitchen to the dining room is
through the china closet, which is fitted up
with shelves for crockery and glassware in
the usual way and pleasantly lighted by a
small window. The advantages of having
a china closet in such a location are that it
is equally convenient to the kitchen and
dining room. The kitchen Is sufficiently
large to afford space for a range, hot water
boiler, sink and two laundry tubs.
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In the second story is a large front cham
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large chamber and one small bedroom in
the rear, witn a bathroom, hall and closets
complete. The bathroom is located directly
above the kitchen, so that the lengths of
the supply and waste pipes to the different
fixtures are as short as it is possible to
The building is IX stories in height, the
first story being 9 feet in the clear, while
the second story is but 8 and takes in a
part of the slope of the rafters near the ceil
ing. However, this is not a serious objec
tion, as the rooms arc well lighted and
otherwise well arranged and finished.
There is a cellar under the entire house
6X feet deep. The cellar walls are of stone,
laid in cement mortar. Above the founda
tions the building is of frame—walls
sheathed and claphoarded in the first story
and shingled, in second story. Gables and
roofs shingled. Outside finish of white
pine painted in two coats. Inside finish—
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ceilings hard finished on one coat of brown
mortar. Bronze hardware for first story;
copper bronzed iron in second story. The
building may be heated by stoves Or a fur
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This Contest Now Open Closes
Monday, April 3,1893.
Last month we gave away a large quantity of
elegant jewelry and a snug sum ;n cash to
/readers of The Herald who joined in our
Missing Word Contest. Every one was well
pleased, because every one got 'more than they
expected, and as hundreds will consequently
ioin in the present contest where one joined
last month, we have prepared for it on* grander
and more magnificent scale.
The following sentence has been written com
plete, sealed in an envelope and locked up
until Monday, April 3, when it will be opened
in the presence of a number of gentlemen and
the big cash premium mentioned below divided
among all who have correctly supplied the miss
ing word represented by a dash In the following
She went into a grocery and asked f*r
a caa of .
The missing word is known to but one person
and will not be divulged until this contest
closes, when it will be published in this paper
together with the names and addresses of suc
cessful competitors. Will your name bo there?
Specie 1 Offers.
Five thousand elegant, substantial and val
uable pieces of jeweiry will be given away dur
ing this contest.
The jewelry consists of shirt studs, ladies
sets, rings with settings of diamond, ruby
emerald, etc., scarf pins, lockets, brooches, lace
pins, love charms, earrings, bracelets, neck
laces, watch chains, etc.
There is not a single shoddy piece in the en
tire collection, The smallest piece is a rolled
gold patent reparable collar button worth 25
cents. Many of the places retail as high as $lO.
Those who pai tlcipated in our last contest ,
know wo give fine jewelry. You will be sur
prised at the really elegant, substantial and
valuable pieces of jewelry that we give. We
want our goods and circulars in the homes of
all readers of this paper, and will place them
there if backbone ana liberality can accomplish
it. A pleased customer is our best advertise
ment. We will please you. Try us. Each
piece of jewelry is numbered and all answers as
they come in are similarly numbered before
opened, the ladies’ even and the gentlemen’s
odd, so that each sex gets suitable jewelry.
Premiums Each Day.
To each of the first and last one hundred
persons answering this advertisement on tne
conditions named below and to each of the first
ten and last ten in each city, town or village
doing likewise, and to each of the writers of the
first fifty answers received each day during the
contest on the conditions specified below, we
will present, whether the missing word is cor
rectly supplied or not, a valuable piece of jew
elry. Parties receiving jewelry also get their
pro rata share of the big cash premium for as
many times as they correctly supply the missing
This centest is free to the world. The only
conditions for entering it, are, that competitors
shall with each attempt send 25 cents silver or
postal note or 15 two cent stamps for any one
of the articles named below. With each 25
cen s supply the missing word twice. If 181 is
sent for all the goods supply the missing word
The same word can be used repeatedly or
different words each time. One fourth ot all
money received for goods will be divided when
the contest closes among all who have cor
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up a handsome sum
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wash. Sample 12, large size, 25 cents,
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Gold Gloss. Cleans and polishes gold, silver,
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To send silver by mail cut a hole in a thick
piece of card board, place the silver in it afiH
paste a piece of paper over it on both sides.
Remit in silver, postal note or money order. No
letters answered unless stamp is inclosed for
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Ladies’bangs trimming and curling and chil
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Public Sale by Trustees and Re
ceivers of Talc Property, ■
Near Murphy, N. C.
GEORGIA— Fulton County: The under
signed, W illiam L. Peel and Willard H;
Nutting, as trustees under a certain trust deed
made by the Atlanta Talc and Soapstone Min
ing and Manufacturing company, duly recorded
in book “W,” pp. 412-5 by ths Registrar of deed&
for Cherokee county, North Carolina, in pursu
ance of the power of sale therein con alned, and
the said William L. Peel and Willard H. Nut
ting also as receivers duly appointed by the
superior court of Fulton county, Ga., in a suit
between themselves and others as plaintiffs and
the said Atlanta Talc and Soapstone Mining and
Manufacturing Company and others defend
ants, in pursuance of an order passed during
the fall term, 1892, of said court and also in pur
suance of two certain judgments and decrees
rendered by the superior court of Cherokee
county, N. C-, in a suit between said trustees as
plaintiffs and said Atlanta Talc &c. Co., and
others as defendants and which were rendered
at the spring term, 1891, and
the fall term. 1892, will sell
the property described below at public outcry
in the cliy of Atlanta, said Fulton county, Ga.,
before the court house door, to the highest and
best bidder for cash, on Thursday, the 18th
day of May, 1893, at 11 o’clock a. m., and will
make title to the purchaser, under the approval
oi the court, of the following described real es
tate, to.wit: all that tract or parcel of land sit*
uate, lying and being in the county of Cherokee,
state of horth Carolina, on the waters of the
Notla river, bounded and more particularly des
cribed as follows: Being tract 33 in Dis
trict No. 3 bounded as fojlows; be-'
ginning at a chestnut tree on the east bank of
said river aud running south 138 poles to a black
oak: thence west 136 poles to a hickory tree.on
the bank of said river; thence down the said
river with its meanders to the beginning and
containing 135 acres, more or less; together
with all and singular the rights, ways, members
and appurtenances thereto being, belonging or
in anywise appertaining. >
Witness the hands and seals of said trustees
and receivers, this 10th day of March, 1893.
WILLIA M L. PEEL, (L. 8.)
WILLARD H. NUTTING, (L S.)
Trustees and Receivers.
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Tenth Week 1 Tenth Week!
CONTINUED SUCCESS OF
Ills RMs-lates Co.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
“DU VA R !”
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
A Legal Document.
Wednesday, Friday, Saturday.
Prices—2sc to all parts of the house.
Night Prices—lsc, 2&c, 35c, 50c.
Seats on sale at Bolles & Bruckner’s book
store and Eugene Jacobs’ drug store.
Wednesday and Thursday, March 15 & 16.
MATINEE THURSDAY, 2:30.
The New Society Comedy Drama,
By EDWIN MILTON BOYLE,
Under the direction of Mr. Harry A. Lee.
“The best play by a new author produced in
this country in many years.’’—New York Mail
and Express, May 10,1892.
Interpreted by the following groat cast:
Lucius Henderson, Selena Fetter,
Theodore Hamilton, Bertha Livingston,
C.iA. Handyside, Louise Bakelee,
E. D. Lyons, Katie Baker,
E. D. Washburn. Fay E. Waterman,
Edwin Milton Boyle
Sale of seats and boxes opens Monday morning
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, March 17 and 18
' MATINEE SATURDAY, 2:30 P. M.
The notable appearance of the famous
ROBIN HOOD OPERA CO.
BARNABEE, KARL & McDONALD,
Os the “Bostonians,” Proprietors aud Managers.
Presenting the greatest of all English light
operas by Reginald DeKoven ana Harry
B. Smith, charming
Owing to the great seating capacity of The
Grand, the management has decided that the
high prices charged everywhere else by this at
traction will be reduced in Atlanta to sl, 75, 50
and 25 cents for nights aud matinees.
~ QBE NIGHT OILY—MARCH 21.
Engagement of the Champion for 12
And Company of Players,
In a sensational and romantic dramatic in four
acts, by Edmund E. Price, entitled
The Man fromßoston
Mk. Sullivan in his own characterization of
Regular prices—9l, 75c, 50c, 25e.
The merchants of Atlanta to place their
old and bad accounts—large and small—
for collection in the hands of
A. H. Behling.
Attorney at Law,
7i North Broad street. ,
HAVERTY’S SPECIAL DRIVE
FOR THIS WEEK COMMENCES
Monday, March 13,
And will continue until the stock is all sold. Don’t buy until you _
see my goods. There is no humbug in this sale. My goods are all
placed, and must be sold. Don’t miss the best chance in your life
to furnish your homes, as prices are no object to me at present.
Bring your cash, arid you must be satisfied. These are all new and
stylish goods. Don’t forget the place.
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persons troubled with Coughs, Cold or Hoarseness
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these Drops taken on retiring will clear the throat and re
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PAINT AND GLASS STORES,
114 and 116 Whitehall Street.
Wholesale and Retail Paints and Oils,
Strictly Pure White and Tinted Leads, Lubricating Oils,
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For Large Contracts Very Low Prices will be Hade to Owners, Contractors« Bnilte
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56 AND 58 MARIETTA STREET.
MANUFACTUBERS I I
PURE READY-MIXED PAINTS, PIEDMONT WHITE LEAD.
Painters’ Supplies. Complete line Artists’ Materials. eod
k? K Pl R eNv’n I® AB ®® H 37 ** StrecL**Atla«*t®, Ga.
'am m h Ft e’’l IVa fa cm 'D’® Commercial College ot the South. Sroht-
«10 W hamd. Bookkkkping, TwaaßAyHr, Dbawiho, Uommer
■ ■ mihh w. Law, Grammar, Mathematics, Spelling, Typewrit-
S , >■ •• JKJNC23’ • Hing, end all Commercial Rninch.ee taught practically.
No o*ld-time methods. Our* srrnidnates are in demand at enlaries from Mtio to »l,Rt:fl a rear ; forty seven placed
within Hl dlys. • nUOUWUN ASSISTANTS, aoo SJr a.U.ut«» PedUons in lKi>
Citav. Our atudoute are meabere ot the X.M.C.A. without coat. Large catalogue eedt Iroe.-l'elojpUono 526,
V V Lawyer. ,• /
Refers to Hardware Board of Trade, New
York, or Atlanta banks. 2% Marietta street,
THOB. L. BISHOP. JAS? L. M’WHOBTEB. *
Bishop & McWhorter,
Cor. Wall and Loyd streets, Atlanta, Ga.
Attorneys Snow, Church & Co.
WELLBORN M. BdAL "
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
29% Marietta street, Atlanta, Ga. ’Phone 337.
Practices in all the Courts, State and United
A RNOLD & ARNOLD,
A Attorneys at Law.
Offices removed to rooms IT, 21 and 22, Gould
Thomas r. r. cobb, ‘
Attorney at Law,
Room 10, Grant Building.
J A. CHAPPLE.
Marietta and Broad,
Broad street entrance.
WM. A. HAYGOOD, B. O. LOVETT, CHAS. M. PLTEH
TTAYGOOD, LOVETT A PLYER,
JLJI Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
11-17, ly Room Equitable Building.
DR. JOSEPH J. McEVOY,
Office 178 Whitehall St., cor. Garnett.
Residence, 34 Pulliam street. Telephone 852.
C'l l. norrman;
Equitable Building, Atlanta, Ga.
Real Painless Dentist.
When others fail to make a fit, we
succeed. We keep no book, no col
no had debts, which means
don’t make honest people pay
high prices for others’ bad debts.
We make the best rubber plates, $7.50; gold
filling, $1.50 up; amalgum, 750; extracting, 25c;
improved gas. st)c. See the non-breakable plate.
Dr. SIMS, Manager, 5 and 6 Grant Building,
corner Broad and Marietta streets, Atlanta, Ga.
Reynolds is the Sign Painter.
29 E. Hunter Street.
W. W. Goodrich & Co.,
NEWPORT NEWS, NORFOLK, AND AT*
JAMES A. GARLAND,
Auction and ComuiinaioU House,
207 West Peters Street.
Horses, Mules and Harness, Household and
goods of all kinds sold on commission. Storage
free. Correspondence solicited and prompt re
• AND MOST succo a
ful School in the
South. Thorough preps
—1 aration for business in
□ Book-keeping, Bank
S' ing, Shorthand. Terms
7 reason able. Tima
short. Send for circa*
For the next Sixty Days we will
offer our entire stock of wheels at
greatly reduced prices to make room
SPRING S COCK.
We are Headquarters.
Standard Wagon Co.
38 and 40 Walton Street.
Stous Mountain Route.
Georgia Railroad Company,’-..J
Office General Manager, 1
Augusta, Ga., Sept. 10, 1892.)
Commencing Sunday, 11th insU.the following
schedule will be operated:-
AUGUSTA CITY TIME IS ONE HOUR FASTER
THAN TIME SCHEDULE GIVEN.
LvAugusta ... 7 45 am Lv Atlanta.... 2 45 pm
A r Athens 10 40 am Ar Athens 7 05 pm
Ar Washingt’nlO 30 am Ar Washiugt’n 7 10 pm
Ar Atlanta.... 100 pm Ar Augusta ... 815 pm
No. 1, West Daily. No. 4, east Daily
Lv Augusta ...11 05 am Lv Atlanta.... 8 00 am
Lv Camack.... 12 51 pm Lv Gainesville. 5 58 am
Ar Milledgevil 3 06 pm Lv Athens 8 40 am
Ar Macon 4 45 pm Lv Washingt’nll 00 am
Ar Washingt’n 2 30 pm Lv Macon 8 30 am
Ar Athens 5 15 pm Lv MilledgevillO 16 am
Ar Gainesville 8 00 pm Lv Camack.... 1 17 pm
Ar Atlanta.... 5 45 pm Ar Augusta ... 3 15 pm
No. 3, West Daily. No. 4, East Daily.
Lv Augusta .. .11 00 pm Lv Atlanta.... 11 15 pm
Ar Camack.... 2 00 am Lv Macon 8 30 pm
Ar Milledgevil. 4 50 am Lv Milledgevil.lo 21 pm
Ar Macon 7 15 am Lv Camack.... 4 39 am
Ar Atlanta 6 30 am Ar Augusta. .. 6 35 am
Harlem Accom’d’tion Daily Except Sunday
Lv Augusta. .. 4 30 pm Lv Harlem 7 00 am
Lv Harlem 545 pm Ar Augusta.. 820 am
~UNXONPOINT AND WHITE PLAINS R. R.
(Daily Except Sunday.)
Lv Union Point 10 00am 540 pm
Ar Siloam 10 35 am 605 pm
Ar White Plains.... 1110 am 6.40 pm
Lv AV hite Plains 800 am als pm
Lv Siloam 835 am 4 x 05 pnV
Ar Union Point 900 am 430 pin
Sleeping cars to and from Augustaand Macon,
Atlanta and Charleston on trains Nos. 3 and 4.
Trains 27 and 28 stop at the following stations
only: Grovetown, Harlem, Dearing, Thomson,
i amack .Norwood,Ba rnett,Crawfordville, Union
Point, Greensboro, Madison, Buckhead, Rut
ledge, Social Circle, Covington, Conyers, Litho
nia, Stone Mountain and Decatur.
a. G. Jackson. Gen’l Pass. Agent,
J. AV. Green, General Manager,
Jot AV. AVuite, Trav. Pass. Agent.
739 Broad street.
•i®»S4SIIIHOTON 1 CUTTMNti
• IJIMKTIEH. «
IN AUGUR A TED JUL Yl7, 1802.
Leave Washington . . . 11:15 P. M.
Arrive Shenandoah Junction . , 12:40 a. M.
Leave Shenandoah Junction . 12:45 A.M.
Arrive Bristol (Eastern Tims) . . 12:30 Noo»
Leave Bristol (.Central Time) . 11:25 A.M.
Arrive Chattanooga . . . 5:« P. M.
Leave Chattanooga . . 12:05 Noon
Arrive Bristol (Central Time) . . 7:25 P.M.
Leave Bristol (Eastern Time) . 8:30 P. M.
Arrive Shenandoah Junction . . 7:55 A.M.
Leave Shenandoah Junction . 8 00 A.M.
Arrive Washington . . . 9:80 A. M,
TRAINS CONSISTS OF
One Combination Coach & _
r.aggage Car. Three Pull-
Washington, Nashville <fc
Washington. w ■■ 1— j
Leave New York, B. AO- . . 5:00 p. M
rrtve Washington . , ■ 10:45 P, M_
Leave AVashington . . . 10:00 A. IZ,
Arrive New York .... 3:00 P. J®
NO EXTRA FARE.
,B< W. WRENN, General Fazaenger AgenL