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Be ut, a, Ma "ry the clothes
he wre, for God ma^de one, the tail
ia n'&- jude i man by the house
heg lige, at, for the lisard and rat
sOmetimes inhabft the grandest of
"Don't judge blin by his speech,
for the parot talks, and the tongue
is but an instrument to make sound,
Pq't fdge hui by his family
connections, for Cain belonged to a
very respectable family.
Don't judge him by his success in
life, for that is much oftener the re
a1lt of A'coibination of circumstan
ces, with which be had nothing to do,
than of his own merit.
Don't judge him by his failure in
life, for many a man faile because he
is too honest to succeed.
Don't judge him by the show he
makes, for an average turkey-cock
in a barnyard can strut all around
bim and not half try.
Don't judge him by his lack of die,
play, i>r the long-e ired beast is the
humblest of animals, but when ar
oused is terrible to behold.
Don't judge him by his activity in
church affairs, for that is not unfres
quently inspired by hypocritical and
Don't take it for granted because
e carried the contribution box he
is necessarily liberal. IIe often p)ays
the Lord by services in that way and
keeps his currency.
Don't inagit.e the Creator is under
any obligation to you for the quarter
you give to convert the heathen; that
is only a small fraction you owe for
turning your own ancestors away
from their wooden gods.
Pon't carry your hymn book in
your hand when you go to the house
4f worship and your ledger in your
head. The Lord can see through
Don't, whep in olhurch, chew to-.
bacco and spit over the floor. You
would not do that in your own house.
Don'L walk into the house of wor
ship with your hat on. You bare
your head when you en ter a lady's
pamior. Is your lady friend enititled
to mnore respect tban youri Creatori
Don't spend the time de'oted to
prayer to idiotically gazmng about
wvhisperin~g or note-writing; they are
silly and rude if' not sinful.
Don't shink when you have gone
to church on Sunday that entitles you
to do as you please the balance ol
the week. Tue upright main lives
through the six as he de es the sev
SENATUR M. 0. BUTLER--Governor
Hampton has not achieved his splen
did victory alone. Hie has had many
advisere. But when imnpartial his
tory shall give to the world the story
of.Soutb Carolina's wrongs and her
iinal triumph, chiefest among those
who have deserved well of the State
will be Gou. M. C. Butler. No man
has been abused as he has. Under
suchOt persecution and trial as it is the
lot of but few men ever to endure,
his motto was noblesse oblige. 11e
has been Governor IIampton's trust
ed friend. Ihis prudence in council
hans been as marked as was his cour
ag'e in the flid, a ud never has that
comnbinat ion of firmness and wisdom.
which Geni. B tler p >sse.sses to an
eminent degree, done his Staite such
service as in the trying times through
wvhich South Carolina has just paIssed
a-New Orleans Times.
A WVaulhington telegram rolates thmat
at an intervi.ew between IIayes anid
]Iampton the former cndled the latter's
attention to the very large Deomocrat.
io vote in Edgefleld .county, as com
pared with former years, and sai,d to
the Goernmor: "This is hardly to be
accounted for by an increase of -popu
laition," and asked him how he could
account for it. Hampton replied:
"You forget, sir, that at ten polling
places in this county a large number
of soldiA'4#et'e stationedl, and I un
derstood that thoy all voted for me."
Ta7g,msped Mr. Hayes, who laughed
very heartily and said: "Well, if the
soliers have got to going for you it
ought td Bettle the one."
"6Uhlory"' Carpenter thinks he will
be dated in the lower house of Con,
gress. Whow !
Columbus, Georgia, Is now the only
city in the State which has two daily
.goR of 140, Raw ~s
The Oonmbia Register calls atteno
tion to the fact that our friend, Cap
tain A. J. Sitton, originated the idea
of the fawous "red ohirt eib'' which
became so general in the last cam%
paign. Ilis mounted rifle club was
the first to adopt this appropriate
costume, which was a keen satire
upon th6 "bloody shirt" so long para
ded and flaunted over the country,
metaphorically speaking, for the
del ectation of the Republican party
By adopting this emblematic costume
upon entering a campaign which was
lestined to take the stain out of the
ensanguied wearin apparel of Mor
ton, Chandler & Co., the invincible
heroes of peace and reconciliation
between the races wore enabled to
move on solidly to victory. Captain
Sitton desorves the credit most as
3uredly for the happy idea, and it
was our intention to make suitable
mention of the fact when all traces of
the "bloody shirt" were removed
from the State. Our Columbia con.
temporary has anticipated the an
nouncement, and we cav only add
that as Captain Sitton id entitled to
the ci edit of making the first red
Shtirt, we think be deserves likewise
the honor of securing tile fail-est of
Carolina's maidens to keep up his
wardrobe, etc.-Anderson Intelligen
According to Washington gossip,
the President and Governor UIanip
ton were very 1uch pleased with one
another. Mr. IIayes is reported to
have said that if all the Soutbern
leaders were like him there would
be very little trouble in settling
Southern affairs. IIampton ia quo,.
ted as saying: "I not only regard
him as a good and benevolent man
and a Christian, but I look upon
Mr. I ayes as a truly utnd great ia."
A back wood8 Shoemaker- puts bilue
glass windows iin the box toe~s of hi8
clients' boot8 to cire corn8.
If Goo: go William Curtis i8 given
the Englisih mission Senator Conkling
will have another grievance.
The Atlanta Republican opposes a
HE ED THE ?!g!
TUTT'S g PILLS
TUTT'SRUESPFECT FULLY offered b)y ILLLS
TUTT'S ,e W. II. TU1TT, M.D., for niny PILLS
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TUTT'S Ihec Medical College of GJeorgia. P ILLS
,[T' Thirty years' experience ira thePILS
T UTT' 8 ractice of aneicline, togethecr with PILLS
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TUTSomnic lided for all tile ills thatanic t PIL LS
TUTT'8 humanity, butt for Dysesi a. Jauu.. PIL LS
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TUTT'8 ease, Bilious Colle Rheumatism, PILLS
TUTT'S Palpitation of the Ileart, Kidney PILLS
TUTT'8 Affections, Female Comuplaints,&c, PILLS
T UT T'S all of wvhich result from a derange PeL
,UT' ment of the LIver, no medicine asPIL LS
TUTSver proven so sucecessnul as DRl. L
TUTT'8 T UTT'S VELIETABLE LIVERL PIL LS
TUTT'S PILLS. PILLS
TUTT'8 TUTT'S PILLS PILLS
TUTT'S 0 URE SICK HEADACHE. i PILLS
TUTT'S i TUTTVS PILLS PILLS
TUTT'S REQUIRE NO CHANGE 01 1 PILLS
TUTT'S DIET. ! PILLS
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TUTT'S NEER RE VoRETABLE. : PILLS
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T1UTT'S PgLod digs ton,nfound toleep,l PILLS
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TUTT'S BEST-PEiReEti LY HAudRlM-, PILLS
TUTT'S . bLEaSS. i. ie peie PILLS
TUTT'S ar meoDfth EVrwERE. ofte PILLS
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TUTT'TUT TNfA PAe0o1. ABus s PIS,
DeaTr 1ir e-hnUinAYn1e wTRE., I PILLSe
frisnrivale ALyrearan haser-,
fome smeoftlas t asito-nshingee
Thcu rtes that rereomined annalse of
thDr.Tus dipetant ofo dtheaLs, af terng
trn dfep nt ro meaes, spe nodge than
boands ohadollars n bytyravein aith dotorha
ig, he,e Iy the se ohre a fw bhogtles.
ermedrely recovenred taer plaiethep.trn
DR.te aUT cae .E RAU,MD
"e a Si pehak ioo Aigh, at of~r Ir Tutte ex.
Epetorant, for ye sakeh anfreing monity
frope it thaythingm moI eeray k.no~ 0we."-atz
eIA wi neA g oFord ex itr sIi.edd
T#.,tate of ftutf CsAr a
10E$~NS OOU '*T.
IN 0OMUION PLEAS,
B384111W Mispal, Fletehe' Vaself, Capilla
'endraks and husbatid Aines B flemiok
and others- Plaintiffs.
yadied ffas*eff, tobere 1. ko*,ed, Wn A
Clyde, Henry 0 Briggs, Thomas W Russell
Orlando C Folger and others-Defendants.
COMrAIrT iroiL Rmr.rsr, &a.
B Y virtue of a doreetal order, made by the
Hon. T. H. Cooke, Judge of the Eighth
Judicial Cirduit, on the 18th df of Jinly,
A. D. 1876, each and every of the heirs at
law of Tinsa Emma Johnson, formerly Tin
sa Ew ma Mansell, if any there be other
than the PlIntift dbove jfaud' id tls a
tion, afe hereby summoned and required to
apper befoft tfe Clerk of this Court, iden
tify themselves and establi'h (tiei cl'aims to
the funds to be distributed, herein on or be.
fore the 21st day of July A. D, 1877, or
forever be debarred of all' elf u1nder &'h
decree for distribution to be rendered in tilis
Given under my hand and office seal at
Pickens, this the 15th day of July A. D.
S. D- KEITH,
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas for
Pickens County, S. C.
July 20. 1876 46 ly
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We are now prepared to furnish permanent situa
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1877 NEW YORK- 1871
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Oct 14, 7 .y
Benator-R E Bowen.
Repreaentathfe-D) P Dradley and t HI Bates
Clerk of C'ourt--John J Lewis.
Judge of P'robate-W G Fld.
COoroner-.-Berry B Earle
Bchool Comms.soner-q W Singleton.
YoIunty CoUsIerationer,-t3 J Johthj~ O h al
-mog,.'4obn T'Lewis, Thos P 14q Clerk
Jounty Coinhmssioners, C L Hiollingswdrth.
Trial Justicee-Ea'uley, YAuke L~ Ariaft-:-&ra
lu&rity, --Central, James A
LIddell-Pc ken. C II., (O L Hollingsworth
ad 0 W Tavlar-D~aameviul, J B anthariand
On and aer Sunday, D"ee
Passenger Trains .n the 86IY' Aia
Leave Charlestopi, : ') 1&6 . 'rb4 .
Arrive atColumbia... .-00P
Arrl at A gtdt b - '
Leave Columbia 9 6 -a 16
Arrive at ,0m;98au - 4 46p
Leave AugUsta- 0a9 a 0
Arrixe at Chglesofi c" 4 46
INkW ChairleetoW 016 A
Arrive M-Pdlunbia 7 2Q a
Leave Columbia , 7 0 p i
.4rrlve pt PbPr1ston .40/a m
A106USTA NIGHT EXPRES.
LeAve Charleston 8,09 p
Arrive at Augusta '45 Ui .
Leave Auguta t8z-80 p a 'A
Arrive alt harlqtop 7 d0 a a
Leave'Buivier:lygle at 7 36r ai
Arrive at Vharlqstop 8 4 a m
Leave Charleston 8 15 r
Arrive at Stimbiville 4 80 p a
Connects at Kin ville daily texoept Sun%
days] with Up andowlaand aaeger
Frains. . - -
Day and Night Traus -oneetst Augusta
with Georgia Railroad Macon and Augutp
failroad and Cetral Rilro<td. ftis rout
via 4tlanta is the qniekeet. and most direct
route, and as comfortable and obeap ps any
other route, to Montgomery, Selma, Mobile,
New Orleans, and all otfer points Southwest,
and to Lonistilld, Cincinnati, Chichgoi 8t.
Louis. and all other points West and Nqrth.
Day Train connects at Columbia with the
Through Train on oharlottee Road (whick
leaves at 9 p. m.) for all points North.
Night Train connects with Local Trais
[which leaves Columbia at 8 a. m.] for points
on charlotte Road.
Laurens Railroad Tr%ln coonests.&t New
berry on Tuesdays, Thursdaye and Satur
Up oolumbia Night Train connects closely
with the Greenville and columbia Railroad.
8. 8. 3OLOMONS, 8uperintendent.
S. B. PICKENs, General Tieket. Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R R.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Passenger trains run daily. Sundays except
ed, connecting with night trains en South
Carolina Railroad uip'and down. Oni and aft
or Monday, December 18, the following will
be~ the Schedule.
heave Colutnbia at 7 .46 a -m
Leave Aiston at 91
Leave Newberry at108am
Leave Cokesbury at 20
Lenve i,jelton at Sbp
Arrive at Greenville at 68
Leave Greenville at 80
Leave lielton. at,94 ai
Leave Cokesbury 1.0a
ueaveO Newberry at 24
Leave Alston at4.0 .
I Ariveat olumia t 568 p wi
~jyConectat Aston ith ra0n on ae
C6-oniect aith Aightont Trains on the i a
olina llailroad upt and down ; also.with Traise
going North and South -on' the CIatlotte, .Co
lumibia and Augusta and the Wilmington, Cow
Train leave Abbeville at 9.15 a mn., conneco,
lug with Dowin Train from Greenville. Leave
Cokesbury at 2.16 p mn., connecting with Up
Train from Columbia. Accommedation Train,
Mondays, Wednesdlays and Friays. Leqe
Cokeebury at 11.16 a in., or on the arrival et
the Down Train fromt Gre.enville. .Leave. Aba.
beville at 1 o'clock p. mn., connecting with Cg
Train from Columrbia.
ANDERSON BRANGH1 AND J3LUB IIDGE
Leave Walhialla at 6.00 a.
Leave Perryville at '6.45 a na
Leave P)end1eton-st - 7.88a n
Leave Anderson at 8.86 a na
At rive at Belton at 9.90 a
Leave Belt on at 8.60 pma
Leave Anderson at 4.60 P na
Leave'Pendleton at 6.60 p a
Leave Perryville. 6.86 p a
Arrive at WValhalla 7.16 p a
Accommodat ion Trains between Blelton and
Anderson on TuesdayS, 'Thursdays and Satur
days, Leave Belt on at 9.60 a mn., or.on artiv
i,al of Dowlr, Train from Greenaville. Leave
Anderson at 2.00 p m.,connectingfw'th Up
yABEz NORioN, Jr., General Ticket Agent
Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Railway' 4
- AssEN033' TRA1N E AsTWARD--DA ILY.
Leave at;Atlantaat 8.p a
Leave Tocos City at 6 46 p a
Leave Westminster at p na
Leawe Seneca city at p in
Leave central at 8 26 p in.
LeeveoEasley at 912 pm
Leave Greenville as II 41 p ut
Leave Spartanburg at a a
Arrive at, charlotte at 2 08 a a
PAssENGER TRAIN WEsTWARD--DAILY.
Leave Charlotte at 2 16 a in
weav0 Spartanburg at a is
Letave (Greenville at 8 40 .
L6are 1Rasley at 7 08 i a
Leave Central at 7 40a
Lao Sneca City at , ai
L eave Wstmninster at a Dl
Lebve ItUdOOd City at 9 44 a a
Aprive at Atlant,a at 1 80 p 5
CJeBa*its.. EaIg.anta and.
ge1)44yeIrOhla-S,- Oiinte4?ed fi tf alie
and general information in, regard Mrans.
port ation faqc) Ljtesge-all poiWs in Tennessee,
Arkansas, MIssourI,' Minnesota, Colorado,
Kansas, Texas, Iowa, New Mexico, Utah and
Oalifornila,'; aplly 19 or address A1ssetr B,
WaRNX GenereL:EinI grafit Agent, Office No.
2 Hi. I. kinib*11 Ifotb A tIanta, Ga.'
N6 onEd thould go West without Arst get
ting in coxpreunication with the General
EmIn~giKnirAgent, and become intornWe .aa to
superI6tadYanlta es, cheap and quibk~ 'anls
poratin f fm is,household goodd,stook,
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