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Orant's Latest Outage.
very blind man must see that
QmriVts purpose Is to provoke a civil
war, and that the full oxcoution of this
plan of tho 'coup d' etat''can only fail
JAy not allowing civil war to be com,
Whether this plan gous further than
(Witgurating Hayes we will for the
fioment leave out of the question; but
this we consider cortain, that, in the
ease of a oivil war, Grant will remain
o head of the Government,
Wo do not believe that our institu
tions:can be8aved through a ivil war
for it is more than probable that they
would totally perish. The American
people, in spite of its inclination to be
sontent with the appoaranco of Re
phblican institutions, must see that
such events as havo occurred in South
Carolina put everything at stake. The
peoplo must say to themselves that, in
spite of their disinclination against .a
civil war, such a war cannot be avoid
ed if they should once come to a vio,
lent rising against the authority of
the President, and that, with tho fear
ful provocation ho is now giving, the
danger of such a rising has becomo
Ho who will not admit this danger
sticks his head in tho sand liko an os
trich. This danger must bo iakon into
account, and we must still declaro the
conviction wo have repeatedly ex
pressed that there is only,ono moans
of bringing the men of the coup d'otat
to reason, and this moant coniists in
the energetic PrOtest of the better
elass of Ropublicans. If the pooplIo
Continuo to regard the political situas
tion through party spectaclos-if they
continuo to treat ovonts in South (ar
olina as a party afTair, and boliovo
that, fot- the ako of their party, they
must continue to givo Grant their
moral support-in that case the mon
Q the coup d' etAt will go forward to
all their ends; and, however much we
sny lament it, we must be prepared
beforehand, to sec the men of the coup
d' etat attain their great purpose,
namoly, civil war.
As long as the subjugated people of
the South do not entirely give up the
hope that public opinion at the North
may yet come to their aid, they will
certainly control themselves; but when
every such lhope has vanished, who
enn then undertako to guarantee
against acts of desporat ion ?
We repeat that help1 can only come
from Republicans. Grantism is niow
so fully rovoaled that no Republican
can any longer doceive himsolf as to
what we must expeet if Grant is al
lowedi to go forward and act his own
pleasure, .lie holds his iron hand un
der every man's nose, and will not
draw it back unless the con test aigainst
him becomes something moro than a
party affair, unloss the Republicans
take up this contest, and, instead of
condemning it as robollion, treat it as
the highest duty of patriotism, unless
every party consideration is sacrificed
to the maintenance of our institutions.
Thme fate of the Union lies in the
hands of those Republicans who are
yet able to resolve that they will do
fond their country against their party.
To day they can still attain this end
through a solemn protest against
(Grantism. To morrow it may be too
-A blacksmith was summoned to a
country court as a witness in a dis
pute between two of his workingmen.
The Judge, after bearing the testi
mony, asked him whiy he did niot ad
viBe them to settle, as the costs bad
already amounted to three times the
disputed sum. 11e replied, "1 told
the fools to settle; for I said the clerk
would take their coats, the lawyers
their shirts, anid if they got into your
.llno'scourt you'dl skin 'e.
As she took up her old man's stock
ings and looked at the hol, in the
heol, she raisod her specks a little
higher and exclaimed: "WVcll, it's an
open question, darned if it ain't,
whether to p)atch or darn," and her
eyes moistened as memory carried
hpr back to the golden days of girl
Ngd wvhen she picked black berrios
*l t;he livolong day with never a
ilampton, on the 18th, demnanddo
Mgreat seal of South Carolina from
Chamberlain, who ref used to surren,
I80erates callod beauty a short lived
tyranny; Plato, a privilege of nature;
The.phrastus, a silent cheat; Theocri
imp,.a-delightful prejudice; Carcadep, a
solitary kingdom; Domitian said that
nothigag was mor e graceful; Aristotle
eggsmed.that beauty was bettor than
all the, etters of recommendation in
the weld; Jomner, that it was a glo,
rioms gift of naturo; and Ovid calls it
a 0iftbeetowed by tho gods.
"Shoost Vait I"
The other day, 'y the (hicago
Tribune, h titnple bainded German
called on a grocer to pay a bill, giv
ing him a $10 note. The grocer ex
ainiaed it closely and said, "Hullo,
where did you get this n6tel"
"Vot is de reason mit dose note?"
replied the honest Teuton; "don't she
was good, hein!
Good, answered the grocer, why,
you're a lubky man-that note is
Ishb dQt sof Why for?
'rn see the signAtnre over -bere,
don't Joi -
Does ting(i like a corkscrew MiIt do
Well, that's Spinnor's signature.
Well, Mr. Now is now treasurer
of the United States.
You don't tole me so; vell.
Well, and notes signed by Spinner
are getting scarce, and people pay
five por cent more for them than for
the new issue.
Py Shimminy, ish dot so?
Yes. Loinme see your bills. Why
every one of them is a Spinner! Man
alive, your fortune is wade.
In pursuance of .the grocer's ad
vice, Mr. Schneider called at the sub
treasury, Saturday afternoon, to got
the premium on his bills. What suc
cess he had it is impossible to state,
but ho was soon later in the evoning
lurking round the atreet by wh'ch
the. grocer muet go home, and on
being accosted by an acquaintance
the following conversation took
Der peeble von Sharmany fights
O1, yes; the Germans arc nnqaes
tionably a military nation of the first
Some big fights, heii Licpaic
Und Worth, und Mars-la-Tour,
und Gravelotte, und SedanI
Dose vas all big battles, nnd der
Vell, you joost vaits till that gro
cery store shuts ~himself, fand( you1
saw a Doutch victory vot makes you
forgot demi little ones.
T be man who commenced to feel no
interest iti the election on the day it
was held, still wears a green patch
over his left eye, anidalooks as if he
was willing to let the country slido
Uow rr w~itt TUR~N OU'r.-The ncWG~
that the Southmern States Lad beeni
counted for' Hayes didn't surprise
"Brother Gardner" a bit. .lle was
sitting among the other colored white
washers at the market yeeterday, and
when the news was broken he re
"Gomn'lon, didn't I say so? Didn't
I told ycr how it would turn out?
An' niow, gem'len, let me tole you
anoddor result. Do Senate amn gwine
to inoggerate Mizzor Hayes. De
IIouse am gwine to inoggorate Miz
zer Tilden. Don what?
'The crowd looked at each other
"Den, genm'len, dar will be a corn
promnize. Mizzer Tilden will occupy
do right wing of de Whbite House,
Mizzer 11ayes wvill take do left, an'
if', dar's a cullud man in diq country
wia any backbone in him he kin flop
right in between demn slick as grease!
Mimn' what I told yer', an' be p)repa red
for de flop."
A colored orator in Washington a
fow nights ago, with more truth than
purity of rhetoric, touched upon the
political situation in the following
wvords: "My frion's once I preach to a
right sinful cong'gation. Doy was
stiff necked. Dey was self-sufficient.
Dey would't lis'en to noffin. 1 pray
wid dom. '0 Lord,' I say, 'take 'em
ober do holler ob yer han' an' 1ho1'
'em obor de mouf o' hell. Ilol' 'om
dar till ye scorch 'cm an' scorch 'cm.
But, 0 Lord, don't let 'em drop in.'
So wid dose 'publican party. Doy
wouldn't lis'en to noffin. Doy let our
bredd(ron la S~ouf be 'timidated. Doy~
done bust do F'reedm an's Bank. Dey
kep' bad men where dey stole more' n
obor colored people doos. Now do
Lord's got 'em in do holler ob his
han' an' ho's hold'n of 'im ober do
mouf o' hell. An' 0 Lord, scorch
'em an' scorch 'em---but don't lof 'em
Bayonet House were paid $200 each
on the 15th. The money, it is alleged,
hais come from Corbin, who bought
his slim chance for the United States
A large gang ofcounterfeiters av
hown arreatnd in Indiana.
rhe State of South Carolina.
a PICNENf "C$UJN'f
3aylis W Mansell, Fletcher fansell, Camilla
Hlendricks and husband Jaines B Hendricks
and others- Plaintiffs.
hatnes easwell, Robert E Bowen, Wm A
Clyde, Henry C Briggs, Thomas IV Ruoell?
Orlando C Folger and others-Defeudants.
COMP1,AiNT roIL RAtLISY, &c.
B Y virtue of a deoreetal order, made by the
Hon. T. H. Cooke, Judge of the Eighth
Judicial Circuit, oxt te 18th day of July,
A. D. 1870, each and every of the heirs at
law of Tinsa Enupa J94nson, formerly Tin
sa Erema Mansell, - If any there be other
than the PlalntiAfa abovo, nanied in this ao
tion, are hdreby dU'h-hionedand required to
appear before the Clerk of this Court, iden
tify themselves and establiih their claims to
tho funds to be distributed, herein on or be
fore the 21st day of July A. D. 1877, or
forever be debarred of all benefit under the
decree for distribution to be rendered in this
Given under my hand and office seal at
Pickens, this the 15th day of July A. D.
S. D- KEITH,
dOerk of Court of Cominon Pleas for
Pickens County, S. C.
July 20, 1870 40 ly
S TAMERING cured by Bates' appliances.
For description, &o., address SIM113on &
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Dr. R. J. Gilliland
I AVING returned and permanently loca
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vicinity and surrounding country. Chargos
May 9 41
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who aro (
Ws sent free on application. Address, with stamp,
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PERt WEEK~ua~r teo'IiTAg s
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duced by self.-indulgence or sexual ext rava
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>r two post sitmps.
Address the Publlisb'ers,
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Jg~ly 20, 1876 4
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Condition Powder3 are superior U>any others,
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Water, Soften the skin, give a ane coat, and
improve the Appetite. rice, 25 cent.q. Per
fectly innocent., as Col. D). McD)aniels, whoj
has seen the recipe tes tifies to, as well as the
Liniment, iIe has some of t-he Fastest Run
ning IIorses in the world. Thousands of oer,
titicates have been received, speaking in high
terms of the above medicines. Sold1 by the
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ONE IIUNDRED AND) FIF~TH1 EDITION.
Containing a complete list of all the towns in
the iUnited States, thec Territories and the
D)omibrion of Canada, ha?ving a population
groator than 5,000 according to the last con-F
mus, together with the unames of the news..
papers having the largest local circulation mn
each of' the places inamted. Alto, a catalogue
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printing over 6,000 copies each isane. Also,.
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A.s my duties as Bobeol Commissioner winl County
spel me to be absent in different parts of
m county, I mak~e this special appointment Tria'l
-the. benefit of all conoerne4, urr,
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Scholastio year Is divided into two
rms 0020 weoks each. Tf he First Term
Oes tnuary 17th, and ends June 3d;
>nd Term commences July 4th, and
mts entering withi two weeks after
mmencement of the Terms, will be
I for the Wbole Term; those entering L
his time, from the time of entering. A
tore satisfactory that Students enter
somioneenment, when the several
Course of Study. A
rn-Spelling and teading.
n-Spelling and Reading continued; L
ary Geography; Mental Arithuictio,
cises in Writing.
ni --Spolling and Reading continued:
raphy condt.ined; Introducing Engish
imar; Elements of Written Arithmetic: .1
uises in Writing.
n--Spelling and Realing c ont inuied; I
e'nts -of Written. kritlhiniu completed- i
meidiaite Geography completed; Analyt -
Tglish Gr-aniniar; l'rimary U. S. Mis
Exercisa in Writing.
rm-Engliuh Grammar completed; Piy,. I
Geography; Gon1non School Aritllio- 2
l'Vwna Anialysis of Words;
a-Greene's; Atnalysis of English
nage; Aritlhiefic conitied; 31nmlLr '.(
>Osiion;- li er U. 8. HIistorv. I
lmElPAATO1lY DEIkAl'IMENT .
%YUN IV It CI1,A' 4.
ni tatin Granimar and flarkness' Eirst I
Book; Latin cader; Davies' Algebra;
ory of England. r
n-Four look of Ctsnr; Arnold's 0
id Latin Dook on Analysis of the Latin
nice; Greek Urainular; Kendrick'
k OllenderifT; Greek lleader; Davies'
>ra coupleted; Natural Philosoiphy.
rm-Six books of Virgil; orcr h
er comlpleted; P'lain Geometry; Ilig'er
)OSilion and Rhetoric. Z
ml--Salllust's Catalin & Jugurtlha;
plion's Anabasis; ligher Algebra
1i0nced; olid untd Spherical Geome
ompldeted; Chemistry. d
ma 1it .r : tn Pro.-eC m o i '
n-o race.eniro: ' 1Oix Books of the
: teI I' 7 un 10ition: Algebra i
above o ourse will prifro Cani
Cr ass of an;y of our Southerne
-os. Stu.n ts, w ho do not stand (.
d-cor exambuinnt,ionl upon)the
,1 itudi(iers of ar-h eb:ks, w 'ill not
>wed the privilege to aclvan:ce to y
~ tiher, but bo retained in
lasis4 till all tho studies of it, be ft
Ch , - - 31O.UO
nediat ICh , . , 12.51)L
ill bie fur ni sh ed par enlts.
J. .1. CA R~ LISLE, Printcipal.*
2,1 17 t
s and Epilepsy
P(L'1IV''.LY CU !ml ).
r:t~ enses. of the long'it r4an-ling, icv
uinrg I)i. fl E *. :: Ia Cre. I
I give 1,(:1 for a, case it will not4
I 131 L I, Ch(lemit t, O)ffice. 1 35~ lroaid
UN DRUG POISONS.L
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world for the cure of rhumzat ismn, jL
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ver, siamachl I, kidneys andi blood....- d:
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'ROPOLIlTAN W 0 R~ K S
(AL ST., FRoM3 SixTni To) SE'VLr,,
iMOvD, : J VAIRGHNiA.
ortable and Stationary, 1
Mills, Grist Mills, Iloilers, Castings ofA
nd Iron, Forgings, &c.
IIITlEU7TURAIE IRON WFORK,
is bran ches dlone by Cxpetrieced't hand fiiL
RO0VED P0OR~Tht IlL EN~GJNL'S for
(CottLon Gin s, T1hireshting iMacines,ii L
tors, (3riot Mills, &c. A nunabler of L
hand i'n1gines anid Boilers of vairiousn L
in first rate order, on hiand.L
ir' work solicited ain i proni.ptiy (lone. L*
WM. E. TANNE10& CO. L
4, 7 ly A
'o--Il R lowen.
*r!c'--latire- F" Bradley.
ofP ('ourt-8 I) Keith.
of I' oae-I 1I Philpot.
tT-J . Riley lerguson..
I Comm?fisiocr--R A B3owen K
urer- Tf A Loe'e. C
or-Alorzo M Folger.
fy C->mmzissione1rs-John T (Tonett 1
in-Rtobert Craig, (I M Lynch. Clork r
Cotamissioners, C L Ilollingswor'th- su
Jusicos-- Eusley, hukhe T. A rinil--Sj.P
otrl .Jamesr A
--I1C'icn '?. II., (' U II-Ollin3gsworth '
V Tasylor. 1ie,vWe. n 11 'uh..rie
ofth Caolnua MaiIri"d.
CHAUL14TON, C., Dec. 1$, 1676.
On and after.-Sunda$ Dece'mbr 19, the
assanger Trains on the Soutk CaroUva.
ailroad will run as follows: - ,
eave Chiarleston 9 16 a Mg
rrive at Columbia 6 00 p a
cave Charleston 9 16 a M
rrive at Augusta 6 16 p Y
eave Columbia 9 001 a
rrive at. Chavrleaton
oavo Atigusla 9 00 a a
rrivo at Cliarleel-o 4 46-1 a.
COLIIBA N1011T EXPRESS.
CDYC Clial4-1ton 9 1 p a
rr-ive at C& uumbia 7 20 a a
ave ColI)111i; 7 10 p a
rrive at C:;letoun G 40 a a
ACUM,TA IN11T EXPRESS.
eave Chlarle!e'10n 8 00 p a
rrivo it Auguta 7 45 a i
ocive oi.8 80 p r
Lrrive it CUle!: on 7 40 a a
renve Charl c n7 80 a m
rrive at Augu.r1stoi' 7 45 a pa
rrive at Chiarnileton 7 46 a a
CA 11 MEN TRAIN .
Con (vt.( u at iiy daily [excep 8un
]1vo Up m :me ri Wn Day and Paubenger,
a it C itons coun8ot at Augus
iii ti~. ii 'onI,Ainonand Augusta,
a ;i.l (C- -!tn'tl Rnitroo4d. This rout6
ia vtin is I li iokest and most dire t
UrrC,Mi1 a corfo-rtable and cheap as auy
Hier roille, to Aloigomery, Selma, Mobil,
Connect ()rJc', n:d ail other point Southwest,
Ild to Louit'villhe, Cincifnnati, Chicago, Ht.
o10 . r.1ld all ohr points Wost and North
Day Ti h c ansle at Coltmbia with tha
fiote,an as oif ortalottee Road (whi h
e reg n. m.) fa r all points North.
Nig t Lill concts with Local Train
w,tich otuibia at 8 a. m.] forpoints
11C11:11lott to nd.
DayITIF: Trin connects at a ith Nw.
'rvy oi Tuanduys, chiursdays and (atr
1NgTh:T> NiAit T rain connect closely
'ith the c !,A club),ia Railroad.
G. .'.51 :1, upeintendent.
E'-' ,::. i : Tiel:et agent.
A'xe I o Columbia R R.
Pamn':r"ir i ; 11run dai ly. Sundays except
d,cn i 1h UiAht tratin 1en1 H3outh
Prl io .. I Tb :w.di dlown. On and aft.
r Jnday <o: Ur 13, the following jill
.evo Columbia s.L 7.46 a a
cave Ahtun at- 9.16 a-sa
cav0 e wherry .,t - 10.85 a na
env Coebr at 2.07 p a
e:ave BehoQu at 3.60 p a
Om~Y G),'xide.( at 8.06 a na
cave Ce'bitJury 1 1.20) a a 44
:o ery at 2.40 a ae
4.20 p na
. M 6.56 pa
.'V T:-in 0n the
- roAd ; connlect aL
ni .& Ln te I:outh Car
na 1Mra up aw dC'rn': also 'AI Trani
ogl N r''' d ut,' b~dIT on the Chat -Lie, Ce.
~ubia ai. 1 '-.:.t and tihe Wilmington, Co.
AL \lmiIR UlRANCII. *
Tr'ainI 1eS o AX ic beille at 9.15 aL m2., conneet
wIh Do )b TrI ain from.II Gireenville. Lete@
.!i p m., connecting 'wit, Up
i.L A 2commoidat ion Train,
on a:d.yia and Fridays. Leap
.16a ., or on the arrival of
a r'~ &. un Greenville. Leaves Ab.
i: p. mu.. connecting with (g
*Ri 21A Xi11 AN~D J'LUE ElDGE
myvo Wa2:tila at '.0
eavo Pert y ville at 84
Iiavo Pendleten at78aa
aave Anders~on at 83
trive at Ucit.on at 9.20 a a
eave~ Boltou at 8.60 p a
eavo Anderson at 4.60-p na
cave Loendleton at 6.60 p.na
rave Pervryvillo 6.86 P a
rrive' ait Walhalla 7.16 p a
A con.n 0b 1 iorrain 9 bet ween Belton and
10 'in on Tue'r cbays, TJhuirsdays and Satuar.
A''~ l, :''. Plon at 9.50) an-m., or on arriv
of Dan31 Train ftrm Greenville. Leave
ur.uat 2.00 p mn., connecting with Up
J *DNo-vox, Jr., General Ticket Agent*
.d:./. mi~onid Air Lino Railway.
Par aF TRAIN RAfTwARD--DAILT.
(CaYe r.t A (!ant au at
c.avo Tr-cor. Wity at64p
(ave We"' mitlat er atp
envec l'nc city atpa
ca.ve (entratl at 82
'eve' L.:Mly at 91
enve Greecnviflo as94pa
eave Spart-anburg ataa
rriv at 'hai-lote a 2 8 a a -
civ Iru t26 a a
~ (L~~ll~ at8 40 a a
rrive at hlott at 7208 a
rave (reui'le at 7 40 a a
ravo 8eneca City at a na
av.I'O Weiminsfter' at' a U
ravo Tuiccoa City at 9 44 a a
enlvo It Atilauta at 1 80 p is
canri i'i'M, Exuig ants and
Ti ; decuz West ward.
For map circulare, condensecd thie tables
id general iniformaticn in regard 'e trans.
,rt at ion fa ei ities t o all point s in Tnese
r'kanas, Mijenouri, Minnesota, Colorado,
tnsas, Texas, Iowa, New Mexico, Utah and
t1ifornia, apply to or address ALDUar B.
prn:, (i"n er al T:mnigran t A gent, Offico No.
11. 1. Kimball 1fouse, A tlanta, Gan.
No One s(hould go West without first get
ig in communication with the General
n igrant A gent, anid become informed as to
perior advantages, cheap and quick trans.
r tat'ion of families, household goods, steek,
d atrin ig i mplemnts generally.
All in formation chtarfully given.
W. L. DANLRY,