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ii ti~Qthe b6u,
PaxmaS x3 1850.
-1 nier* how,
Wtfe si1 An4 matlin
Boys Greek ahd Xat*.
And all hands gazetted
-Men all -in debt,
Wives in a pet',
Boys mere muscles,,
- Girls puffs and ruffles,.
And everybody oheated'.
Weighed and Found Wanting.
The New York Tribune says: The
Republican politicians of the South
have had their day. Opportunities
-were given them such as come to no
mau tw ice ii a lifet ime. A most
glorions and most solemn trust was
committed to them when the task of
construction was placed in their
"hinds, and all the power of the
United States put forth to sustain
them. How hare they met that
trustl For years their power has
been absolute; where have they pro.
duced good government! They have
been tried. With rare exceptions
they have failed disgracfully. Even
thefew who have tried to do their
best have been awept away by the
current, have allied themselves with
known plunderers in order to secure
party success, and to have no chance
whatever to hold place or iufluence
save by co.nection with a political
conAbination which has made itself
a curse to the Stat(s in which it ex
ists and a digrace to tLe Republican
name. The Republican leaders of
the South cannot complain that
fwelve years of trial in unrestrained
power have not been enough. Mas
jorities of forty thousand in South
Carolina and Louisiana have been
thrown away. Delegations of earn
est Republicans, who own property,
pray for the success of State tickets
for which tbey did not vote. T1he
Republican leaders of the South have
been tried, fully and faithfully, and
they have failed.
Mr. Willis, a farmer residing four
miles fromn Aiken, on Shiaw's creek,
eta trap and caught tour wild
turkey a, on Saturday night, the 7t b
Chamberlain played the leading
part i t ie farce consistently to the
very fall of the curtain.
It is said MFs. Hayes went quite
i4to.ecstacies over the manners and
appearance of Governor Hiamnpton.
'Five centenarians have died in
western New York within a fortnight
t',eir ages being set down respective
Jy at 110, 109, 108, p105 anid 104
Th le German actor who is to marry
AElio*eatfris named Emil Van Osten.
lie WE'ighs 2814. poun de, an d w as at
one' time a reporter.
Another great European tunnel
will be finished January 1, o1878,
through the Pyrenees, connecting
France and Spain.
(0ice holder8 dQ not turn out wehl
Wiin others are to "take their p)lalces.
"hunted Dowvn"-you will see it on
many yonng man who is just beginning
to raise aifew hairs'.
Every ot,ber lady you meet on Broad
wamy wears a bunch of violets at the
grossing of her bonnet scarf.
"Wthen I diie," said a married man,
Swant to go where there is no snow
t&sh.vel." His wvifo said she pre
sumed he would.
j At. F4orence,, Ar'izona, there is a
restaurant kept by a Chinaman, with
a Mesicanwife, a negro oook, and a
wh4tq woman for a waiter.
lretty tearly all men are benevo
lont when it don't cost much. Tomi
Jones never sees poor' John Smith
sullr hqt he thinks Sam Rogers
ought, to help him.
A crabbed farmer crustily aLnsworeod
his poor neigthbor: "No, you shan't
have any of my apples10, if I have to
tharow themn to the pigs." "That's
rather hoggish." was the answer."
As Johb rowgham eti Ithe other
nigit,sin tt Uatn SqWC- Theatret
beind a lady who wore one of th
new tall tower shaleo hate, be w
reminded of a story abouc Batemaq
tierinage . Mr. Ba"an, ,wh6
was a big man with a rich crop of
hair, he said, was sitting in the thead
tre one tight with hiehat on, shut
ting out the view of the stage from
,the gentleman in the seat behind him,
and the latter, touching him lightlj
on the shoulder, politely said: ,Be$
pardon, sir, but will you please take
your nat oWI99 Mr. Bateman prompt'
ly complied with the request, but
had no sooner done so and thrust hie
fingers, through his bushy hair, mak
ing it stand up like a wall, than the
stranger tapped him on the shoulder
again, and said: "Beg pardon, sir,
but will you please put your hat on
The Cincinnati Commercial snys:
Why is it that editors never commit
suicide? The Burlington IIawkeye
has investigated this subject a little,
and thinks it is because the druggists
won't sell strychnine on !Ig timo.
A married man had blue glass put
in his wife's sitting room to match
her eyes, ho said. She returned tho
compliment by having rod glass put
in her husband's library-to match
,hi nose, she said. ie didn't seem to
appreciate the complimont.
All the chairs in the United State8
Sonate being too small for Senator
David Davis, the one w hich was made
expressly for Mr. Dixon II. Lewis, a
Senator mnany years ago from Ala
bama, was placed at his dosk. It
measures in the seat thirty-throo by
Southwest Texas is filled with a
flourishing German population. The
inhabitants of the Stato have doubled
their numbers since 1870; they now
amount to 2,000,000, and if the census
were taken, they would be entitled1 to
an increase of ten votes in the olec.,
Wisconsin expts to laise f en thous
and tons of hops thi8 year, not count
ing those of the locust.
There are men who wander about
w ith hope8 at half mast.
YIT'8 HEE THE~ PHI
TUTT'S ED PI LLS
S:Words of vic,P1
TU'TT'S RESPECT FULLY offered by ILLLS
TUTT'S W-. H. TUTr'r M.D. for mannyPLL
TUTT'S years Demnonstrator of Anatomy inPIL
, r,,5, he Medic~al College of Ge'orgla. PILLS
T ,T' Thirty year.s' expeCrience in the PItta
TIUT T'8 practice ofnmedicine, together with PI LLS
TUTT'S ft een years' test of T utt's Pills, PILLS
TUTT'8 and the thousands of testimonials PILLS
TUTT'S given of their efficacy, warrant mue PILLS
TUTT'S ~n saying that they will piositively PILLS
T UTT'8 cure all d iseases that result fronm a PL
TUTT'S diseased liver. They are not rec- PIL
,ommiendled for all the ills that afflect PIL LS
TUTT'8 hunmity, but for Dvsposia, Jaun.. PILLS
TUTT'S dice, Consti pationi, Plis Skin Dis- PILLS
T UTT'S eases, Bilious Colic R heumatism, PILLS
TUTT'S Palpitation of the iIeart, Kidney PILLS
TUTT'S Affections, Female Complaints,&c, PILLS
T UT T'S all of wh iclh result from a derange
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,UT' ever proveni so successful as iDR. PILLS
T TT8TUTT 'S VEGETABLE LIVER PIL LS
TUTT'S PILLS. PILLS
TUTT'8 TUTT'S PILLS PILLS
TUTT'S CURE SICK HEADACHE. PILLS
TUTT'8 TUTT'S PILLS PILLS
TUTT'8 REQUIRE NO CHANGE OF PILLS
TUTT'8 DIET. PILLS
TUT8TUTT'S PILLS PIL
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TUTT'S ARNEER URE VEGETAUSE PILLS
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Try i RIeren TeNTYIe Tedin PILLS
ing,' hae 1y theA usTofa f bottLS
"WTT N'T ME0 YOOR PIS"
This nivaWed Apkep,artwinr ha uer-ou
cupestrat fore reordg,ead rie ore ensio
tromy ha nting difrn reedes, took. ion thu
sawmns o dolr rinrdaelinge and docntndr
ing, hae, bny dhe ueo e bottles, b xrs.frsm
eThirl erfecovaerhv rmmned theirusealoh
Dr tsExpectorant for g,adiease ore bhlne
fromtit hae benthnI ue took.y ats we thehat
Iillt reout. go to riaex wheite was thought don.
Bonrme consen hadtae, bya eExpeoranom
ffientdar. ARD .SPAUB, M.D.
* We oa not sp8aketo hihi r.trt' Steet.
Dr usEpectorant for diseaes of thin lungty
hop t mast btwoo ear gnetolly known."--Omang.
eSoltd ba cur.r i . H.e SP1.U,O.D
16arIon huk.af. aes
and othere- Plaintiffs.
James Baswell, Robert E Bowes, WM A
Clde, 1e144 Q brigg, Th"aW Iaussell
Orlando C Folger and others--Defendants'
00oxsuyo.. Maa5iJU, &@.
Y virtue of a deorestal order, made by the
oq. T. Oook% Ju 4 he Gi xhth
&.1p 1876,.eoh and eser$- of he h4s at
law of Tins& Emma Jotison* formerly Tin
sa E ma Mansell, ifGny there be other
th%n toie Plaintifs above named In this so.
tion, are hereby summoned and required to
appear before thp LVIerk of this Court, iden
tify themsqlveT tid establi .tlit claims to
the fundsto be diktributedilrein on or be
fore the 21st day of July A. D. 1877, or
forever be debarred of all benefit under the
dquree for distribution to be rendered in this
Given under my hand and office seal at
Pickens, this the 16th day of July A. D.
8. D- KEITH,
Clerk of Court of Corpmon Pleas for
Pickens County, 8. C.
July 20. 1876 46 ly
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NICKZ COUNTY DMC?ORY,
&enator-R E Bowen.
Rlepresentativee-D)F Bradley and E HI Bates
Clerk of Court-John J Lewis.
Judge of P -obate-W 0 Field.
Coroner-Berry B Earle
&chool Commniseroner-GO W Singleton.
County Commissioners-B J Johnson Chai
rman-John T Lewis, Thos P Looper. Clerli
County Commissioners, C L Hlollingsworth.
Trial J.ustices-Easley, Luke I. Arial-Sa'
lubrity, --------entral, James A
Liddell-Pickens C ii., C L Hlollingsworth
and 0 WV Tay1m.-Damcianili/ J B Suthana
Onad a4Vy 8 qlp .l'l, the
ro i 4j. qis:q Qarallaa
i Ave'UhkeWtF G a "9 16 a
Arrive at Columbia 6 00pa
Leave Ch (on , 9 16 :
Arrive at' gta '081tM
Lea CitidbYa '80 a it
Arrive at Charlq$t9tk 45 p u
Leave Augusta , 9 00a
4-ive st Charleston $6 p a
cpLUMBA NIG lT Xip &4.
LVave Ch4rieston 16 p m
Ariiv' at polunabia 7 20 a m
Leave Columbia . 7 00 p m
Arrive at Charleston 6 40 a m
AUG,USTA NIGIT EXP*Vfl
Leave Charleston 8 00 p m
Arrive at Augusta 7 46 a m
Leave Augusta - 8 80 p m
Arrive at Charleston 1 40 a m
Leave Summerville-ut 7 80 am
Arrive at Charleston n'46 a m
Leave Oharlesto 815 p m
Arrive at Summervillo 4 80p v
Connects at KingvIlle daiiky [eG4pi. "04i
days] with Up and Down Day and Passenger
Fraing. - I -
Day and Night Trains connect a4,.August*
with Georgia Railroad,,. Macon and Augusta
Railroad and Central Railroad. .his route
via Atlanta is the quickest aioi mot'direct
route, and as comfortable ahd bhep'a any
other route, to Montgomery, Selina Mobile,
New Orleans, and all other points Soutwest,
and to Louisville, Cincibati, - Chichgo, St.
Louis. and all other points West a4d. North
Day Train connects at Colu;nbia .,ith the
Through Train on chailottee ltdid (which
leaves at 9 p. M.) for all points North.
Night Train connects w1kh Local- Train
[which leaves Columbia at 8 a., m..for points
on oharlotte Road. -
Laurens Railroad Train ponncets at New..
berry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
Up columbia Night Train connects closely
with the Greenville and volumbia Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS, Superintendent.
S. B. PicxEs, General Tieket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R R.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Passenger trains run daily. Sundays excepi
e d, connecting with night trains en South
Carolina Railroad up and down. On and aft,
er Monday, December 13, the following will
be the Schedule: 4
Lenve Columbia at7.5Ai
iLeave Alston at 91
Leave Newberry at108a
Leave Cokesbury at 20
Leave lBelton at 56
LeaveGreevill at7.06 a m
) Leve Blt o at9.40 a in
Leav Cueshry 1.0.8 a m
F t'ue Aitorilit .20 P in
Arrive at Creenvial at 5.85 p m
Leavreenville an Uno8Rirad 0con5 a m
Arrui a th Night.i ainsnth .55t C a
olina Railroad up and down ; also with Trains
going North and South on the C jiarlotte, Co.
lumibia and Augusta and the W' rnington, Ce.
Train leave Abbeville at 9.15 a mn., conneok..~
ing with D)own Train from Greenville. Leave
Cokesbury at 2.15 p in., connecting with Pp
Train from Columbia. Accommodation Trais,
Mondays, Wedneudays and F'ridays. .Lesee
Cokesbury at 11.15 a in., or on the arrival of
the Down Train from Greenville. Leaves Aku
hbaville at 1 o'clock p. mn., connecting with (g
Tralin from Columbia.
ANDERSON BRANCH AND PLUM RIDGE
Leave Walhalla at 6.00 a m
Leave Perryville at 6.46 a in
Leave Pendleton at ' 7.86 a in
Leave Anderson at 8.35 a in
Airlve at Blelton at 9.20 a m
Leave Belt on at - 8.6Op m
Leave Anderson at 4.60 p in
,lave Pendleton at 5.60 p m
Leave Per ryville 6.86 p ta
Arrive at WValhalla ..7.16 p in
Accommodation Trains between lfelton and
Anderson on Tuesdays, Thursdays an2a Satur~. 4
days, Leave Belton at 9.50 a m.,'or -on ai'riv
al of Down Train frorp reenvie. Leave
Anderson at 2.00 p mn., connect$pg with Up
JanrF.z NORTON, Jr., General 'I'icheot Agent
Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Railway'
PASSENGER TRAIN EASTWARD--DAILY.
Leave at Atlanta at 8 p in
Leave Tocooa City at ::6 46 p n
I,eave Westminster at p in
Leave Seneca city at p in
Leave central at 8 26 p in
Leeve Easley at 9 12 p in
Leave Greenville as 9 U p in
Leave Spartanburg at a in
Arrive at charlotte at 2 08 a mn
PAssENGER TRAIN WESTWARD-DAILY.
Leave Charlotte at 2 18 a in
neave Spartanburg at a in
Leave Greenville at 6 40 a in
Leave Easley at 7 08a m
Leave Central at 7 40 a in
Lcavo Seneca City at a re
Leave Wetminster at; a m
Leave Tuccoa City at 0 44.a mn
Arrive jat Atlanta at 1 80 p in
Colonists, Endaganuta and4
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