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Politics and Collection.
wSeen.tly a Iedioal, who is also a
preaoer, tackled old Uncle Remus on
the sUbjoot of politics.
I.*I ubderstAind, old' man,' said be,
tbat you are -a Democrat.'
'I danno 'bout dat, boss.'
'Well, it comes pretty straight.'
'I know doy got two sides, one what
dey call Demmy erat and do udder
what doy call Radikol, but I don't
bodder wid 'em w'on do wedder gets
, die stiff.
'But I hear you vote the Domocrat
ic ticket overy time.'
'I woto wid my young nar6ter
what. Inussed w'en ho wan'lt p big
ger dan a buck rabbit."
''Now'don'tyou know that this is
&ing back on your color?'
'But hit ain't gwine back on my
belly, an' if I don't tend tor dat de fus
cole rain dat come 'long mout wash do
color right outon me. I ain't takin no
chanoos. in dis biznois, boss. I'm a
gett'n' ole, an' do oler I gits do hon
grier I gits-I duz for a fac.'
'Look at me. I vote the Republi,
can ticket, and I am not losing any
'You sorter proaches 'round like,
'Sometimes. Yes. Why?'
'Cazodat's whar the fun comes in.
rdon't git no chance for tor food out,
4n ho beaver hat, an I don't eat offen
no.lates what dey takes up churcl
10eeokshins in. i'm mighty lonesomo
eenuigger, an' I has ter scufflq 'lon3
hob' I kin widout enny congrega.
preacher looked at his watch
Faid he would talk some other
S 'while uncle remus, with a so.
r rq smije upon his venerable face
,IR..3vIh streot inging:
I! whar shill we go we'n do greatday
Wid de blowin' uv de trumpota an' d(
bt%ngin uv dp drums?
How many po' sinners will be cotch'c
An fine no'latch to do golden gate?
She Wouldn't Speak To Rim,
W hen a young Chicago man camc
down stairs the other morning ho re'
membered that his wile, who was
preparing breakfast, had not spoker
to him when she got uip, and 80 h(
"Good mnorniingr, little lady."
ota word in reply.
"Good morning," said he, again, iti
a h igher key, thinking that she mnighi
not' have heard him before.
""Tm- -m,"was all that escap
ed from her sealed lips, as she kept
on i*itha the work.
Why under the sun don't you an
swer me?" he exclaimed in surpri8e
"W~hat's the matter? What have
darjeto offend yoni"
"Umn-m-mn," was still the onle
"took here!" then exclaimed the
l4usband, aa ho jumped up anic
knood over a cup of coffee; "I don'i
awgllow a mouth ful of this biria8 a
until you tell .me what's the matter.'
"What's the matter?" echoed she
suddenly turning upon him witl
fiashing eyes. And then she contin,
ned: "John Adoll Smithson, the next
time that I dream I see you kisaing
another woman, I-I-I will loavt
tl is ,house--boo-hool"
mation-too long a tonguo.
The saffron crop is short, and but,
ter turns pale.
Curtain lectures are sometimes
called sheet music.
When a man sleeps in an attic he
has a tip-top room.
An oyster leads a placid life nntil
lbe gets into a stew.
Does a tailor effect a stroke of cp
ilepsy when ho gives a customer a
'eiyou are a brunette you may ap
pear beautiful in pale lemon trimmed
-m*Many. pople join benevolent lod
dei order to come0 ini for som of
"~nly its a mahine that fails like a
ppor correspondent?.- Because it does
You may wish to get a wife witi'
out a failing,'- but what if the lady
after you find her happens to be ir
trant of a husband of the same char
The womn soldiers of Dahomne.
west* bokts, chew tobacco and swear
but re1nie to talk politic.
To Ku.Z A Tow.- To kill a town 9
in two years, closely and promptly
observe the following rules:
1st. Put up no more buildings i
than you are obliged to occupy your
2d. If you should have an empty j
building to rent demand three times
8d. Look sour at every new comer
and give the cold shoulder to every j
merchant or mechanic who desires
to oQMe among you.
44h. Go abroad for your goods and t
wares; by no means purchase from
your own merchants and mamijacp t
turers even at the same price or
5th. Don't contribute ene cent to
the cause of religion or education.
Finally, put a thorough finish to
your work of vandalisml by killing
your local newspapers, by refusing
to 6ubscribe or advertise, so that per
sons at a distance will not know that
any bnsines is being done in your
Tho othor day some of the boys in.
ducod a young man from Flint creek
to take hold of the handles of a gal.
vanic battery. As it puckered him
up he roared> "Jiminy Criminy, let
up! Who over heard of a thing that
mado you taste green persimmons
with your hands, before?"
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?iokens, this the 16th day of July A. I
8. U- I(EITHI,
Clerk of Court. of Common Pleas for
Piukens County, S. C.
July 20, 1876 46 ly
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mmences February 6h, and ends June 22d;
i second Term commences July 28d, and
Is December 7th.
Rudents entering within two weeks after
i commencement of the Terms, will be
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or this time, from the time of entering.
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Course of Study.
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ICENi CQUffT DIUC?DIT,
genator-R E Bowen.
Representativee-D) F Bradley and E HI Bates
7lcrk of Court-John J Lewis.
Tudge~ of P.obate-W G Field.
Toroner-hlerry B Earle
schLool C'ommisoner-0 W Singleton.
c'ounty C'ommnissioners-Joh n T 0Gossett,
airman-Robert Craig, G M Lynch. Clerk
unty Commissioners, C L IIollingsworth.
rriaz Juutices-Ea4ley, Luke I. Ariail--Sa,
irity, ---------nra, James A
:lelI-P'ickens C //., C .L Ilollingsworth
di 0 W Tavlor.-Daenomd?e J B Rutorlm.lm
CHAALN"Ogf S. 0., De. 18, g75
:0n and aftr :StdMa D1; ember49 Rho
Passenger Trains o*
Railroad will rub as fCa6rwo
- FOR C0ftIslIA.
Leave Charleston g g
Arrive at Columbia 6 00 p'
Leave Charleston 1k
Arrive at Augusta
teave Columbia 'o;,%a
Arrive at Charleston 4: pW
Arrivo at arleston 44Pa
COLUMBIA NIGHT RXPRES&S.;
Leave Charleston 9 16 P I
Arrive at Columbia 7 20 a
Leave Columbia 7 90 P a
Arrive at Charleston 6 40 a a
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS..
Leave Cat lestou . 800 p a:
Arrive at Aigusta 7 46 a a
Leave Augusta 8 90 p M
Arrive at Charleston 7 40 a a
Leave Summerville at 7 80 a a
Arrive at Charleston 8 46 a a
Leave Gharleston 8 16 p M
Arrive at Summerville 1 P p &
Connects at K1ngville daily [except BuMe
days] with Up and Down Day and Passenger.
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusaw
with Georgia Railroad. Macon and Augusta
Railroad and Central Railroad. .This rte
via Atlanta is the quickest and roost dire9
route, anl as comfortable and cheap is anf
other route, to Montgomery, Selma, Mobile,
New Orleans,. and all other points Southwest,
and to Louisville, Cincinnati, CUhca go, St.
Louis. and all other points West and, NAth
Day Train connects at 'Columbia with : the
Through Traiu on cha:lottee Road (whioh
leaves at 9 1. m.) fot all points North.
Night Train connects with Local Traij
[which leaves Columbia at 8 a. ra.] for pqoi&5
on charlotto Road.
. Laurens Railtoad Train., connects at Ne*&
berry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
Up columbia Night Train connects el.esly
with the Greenville and columbia Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS, Superintendent. 4
S. B. PiCKENs, General Tieket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R RZ
CHANGE OF S'CUEDULE,
Passenger trains run daily. Sundays exoepi
ed, Connecting wik night, trains en South
Calina Railroaid up and down. On and aft
er )/onay, December 18, t.he following 'will
be the Sch~iedule:
Leave Columbia at 7.46 a a
Leave Alhton at 9.11ama
Le::ve Newherry at -10.36 a m;
Leave Cokesbur'y at 2.07 p a
Leave li'to at 3.60 p m
Arrive at Greenville at 6.86 p a
Leave Greenville at 80
L"ave Beitoui at. .0
Leave Cokesbury 1.(
..care New herry at 24
LeCave AIston at 42
Arrive at Columbia at 66
~ COaUCC atAisto withTrai 6 on t
(T Conneewt Niat A'[nw rains on the
olina h&ailroad u'p anad down ; alsq with TrLs
going N or t hi andi Sout h on the C6arlotte, Co.
lumnbia and A 'igusta and the Wilmington, Co..
A BBEV thL E BR ANCH.
Train leave A bbeville at 9.15 a mn., Conne*
ing with Down Train from Greenville. Leave
(Cokesbur'y at 2.15 p mn., connecting with Up
Tr.ain from Columbia. Accomnmodation Traia,
Mondays, Wedncsdays and Fridays. Leay.
Cokesmbury at 11.15 a mn., or on the arrival of.
t he Dlown Train from Greenville. Leaves Abe
beville at 1 o'clock p. mn., connecting witih (.g
Train from Columbia.
ANDERSON BIRANCHI AND I'LUE RIDGI:
Leave WValhalla at -6.00 am
Leave Perryville at 6.46 a -
Leave Pendleton at 7.86 a a
Leave Andersen at 8.86.a.m.
Ai rive at Belton at 9.20 aim
Leave Bolt on at 3&50 pm
Leave Anderson at-d5.m
Leave Pendleton at 6.60 p,m
Leave Perryvillo 88 p a .
Arrive at Walhalla 7.16 p.m
Accommodat ion Trains betiweon Beltqn and
Anderson on Tuesdays, Thursdays and natur.
days, Leave Beliona at 9.50 a in., or en arriv
al of Down Train from Greenville. Leave
Anderson at 2.00) p in., connecting with Up
Jt.ni:z NonvTow, Jr., General Ticket Agent
Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Railway.
PAssENGERL TRAIN EAsTWARD-DAILY.
Leavo at Atlanta at 8 p a
Leave Tocooa City at 8 45 p a
Leave Westminster at p a
Leave Seneca city at p a
Leave central at 8 26 p a
Leeve Easley at 9 12 p a
Leave Gireenvillo as 9 41- p a.
Leave Spartanburg at a a
Arrive at charlotto at 2 08 a a
PAssBNGERL TRtAIN WESTWARD-DAILY.
Leave Charlotte at. 2'16 ama
..oave Spartanburg at a a
Leave Groenville at 6 40 a m.
Leavo Basloy at 7 08 a m
Leave Central at 7 40 a us.
Leavo Seneca City at a.m
Leaiv6 Wstminster at4 anim
Leave Tucooi City at 9 44 a a
Arrivs at Atlanta a4 1 80 p
Colonists, Emnig auts aREd
For map circulars, condensed time ta5'l0;
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Arkansas, Missouri, M innesota, Colorado
Kansas, Texas, Iowa, New Mexico, Utah anti
California, apply to or address ALamme B.
W RENN, General Emigrant A gent, Office Nea
2 H. I. Kimball House, Atlanta, Ga.
No one should go West without first get
ting in communication with the General
Emigrant A gent, and become inforned as,to,
superior advantages, cheap and quiok,trans..
portationl of families, household goods, stookb,
and farming implements generally.
IAllinformaotion cheerfully given.
~W. L. DANLEY,
nos em G. &, T. A.