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There is a Igend Atlog aitha
one day nearly a hundred XOars ago,
the snow was ikly 6,en feft deep
on the streets of Detroit. On that
day iot a womasp Was sen down
town, but next day, when the snow
bd seided i foot or so, they were
abroad as usual. They were out
wading through the slush and jump
tng the pools, and one of them fell
'kor splashl' S *,,6 p4se@k so --
dier's wonume .t. A wan standing
thirty feet away began aUighing up
roariously. He got red in the face,
tears come to hia eyese and his hat
fell off as he laughed and erid cu:
'Went right down like a bag of
sand-slush a foot deep, starched uip
to kill-never saw anybody look so
cheap-oh ho 1 ho! hot'
'You are no gentleman, IPPl re
marked a man who had witnessed the
'Can't help that--ha! ho hor
langhed the other, bending ahnost
'You haven't the first instincts of
a gentleman, sir,'continued the other,
growing very mad.
'I know it, but ho! hol hol'sereamed
the other. 'I know just how ehe felt
as she went down carrying all that
style, and I-hal ha!'
'1 don't see anything so very funny
in, it,' growled the other.
'No you dun't, but I-' And he
hung to tihe lamp post and laughed
till his legs weakened. When he had I
recovered his breath he explainied to
'It was my wife, you -see. She
probably wanted a pair of shoe strings I
or two cents wt rth of silk twist, and I
it took her three hours to curl and
twist, and powder and fix up to come
down here and wade arouid. Then
to fall flat with all her best duds on,
anid to be helped up by a rag-buyer,
and to hear the boys yell out, whry, it
just takes all the ho! hut hut muscle
right hat hat out of me.
NOT So RAaR.-A Washington lot..
ter writer says "Miss Wait, daughter
of the Chief Justice, bhas the rare f a
eulty of being able to talk to several
people at once." Rare fhealty: Oh,
ignoramus; did you never hear a wos
mrani on moving day tell the dr'aymen
how to carry the bureau dowp stfiirsa,
scream instructions to the woman
taking up the carpets, yell at t.he boy
packing the china, tell tho hired girl
what to do with the tinware and
store furnituae, shriek her husband
into a cold sweat for emptying half
a bushel of soot out of the stove pipe
on the parlor floor, sniff at the woe.
mnen across the street who wasn't
going to move annd was looking on,
and scold seven children for nine dif-~
feront things, with one and the same
wag of her flexible tongue? Rare
A REMAKABLE COJNcIDENCE.-On
the 10th day of April, 1865, Gen. Leo
surrendered to en. Grant at Appos
ilnattox Court House. Thon began our
subjugation. It lasted .just i2 years
to a day, for on the 10th day of April,
1877, Chamberlain surrendered to
Gov. Hlamptoh. And most remnark,
able of'all it was done while the greaat
town clock in Columbia struck twelv e
-one strike for each year of our de
gradation and humiliation under car
EAaLY IN THlE FIELD.-On the prir .
ciple that the "early bird catces tihe
worm," the Martinsburg (W. Va.)
Statesman has thrown its Presiden,
tin'l banner to the breoseo for 1880,
bearing the names of "Blue Jeans"
Williams for President and Wade
IIamipton for Vice President.
Men wait till a matter is don e,
wonder that it bo done; and, as soon
as it is done, wonder again that it was
so soon done.
Arkansas has more newspapers [in
proportion to population than any
other State in tihe Uniorn, except Sombl
One reason why babies shoul I not
be carried to church is they generally
convert the sanctuary into a bav;l
The crocus is beginning to hatch in
the east, the caucus in the South and
qthe locust In the west.
A Connectient girl haB sued a
young man for sixty dollars worth of
light and fuel wasted in inconclusive
AQ4p9 Fd& STAVMERIN.-A Can
adiad iel co'tains a tter from
d correspondent W'ho professea to
liave been a stammerer trom child
l1ood almost to manhood, and who
widh6s to give other sufferers the
benefit of the treatment by which he
wa3 eured. Ile say: Go into a room
whete you will be quiet and alone,
get some book that will interest bat
not excite you, and sit down and
read two hiours, aloud to youreelt,
kee>ing your teeth together. Do
the same thing every two or three
days, or once a week, it very tire
BoIn, always taking care to read
slowly and distinctly, moving the
lips, but not the teeth. Then, whon
convercing with others, try to speak
as diatinctly as pos-ible, and make
up your mind that you will not statn
mer. I tried this remedy and read
for two hours aloud, wit h my teeth
together. The first result was to
make ny tongue and jaws ache
that is while I was reading-and the
next to make wue feel as if something
had loosed my talking apiratue, for
I could speak with less difficulty imS
miodiately. Tno change was so great
that everybody who knew me re
Mar11ked it. I repeated the remedy
Dvery five or six days for a nonth
aud then at longer inte'-vals until
"Pioty,'' remarked an Arkansas
,reacher to his congregation tho other
lay, "does not consist in noise. The
Iord can see you give to the needy
ust as casily as he can hear you pray
ho roof oIf."
Tho most ap propriate weapon, for
cillin timo are the minuto gun and
Those mon are worthy to be re
nombered who havo loft tho world
Potter than they found it.
Ho is a rich man who saves a penny
i year; and lhe is poor who run8 bc%
uind a penny a year.
What is the best pill yet invented
'or curing a gnawing at the Stomach?
-An apple dumpling.
To keep fish from Smelling-Cat oft
4 R HEED THE P!LL
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T(UTT'S cure all dlseases that res from a
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TUTT'S DIET. PILLS
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TUTT'S NEVER GRIPE OB NAUSE- f PILLS
TUTT'8 ;ATE. 0 PILLS
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T'UTT'S IPILLS Is not confined to thin I PILLS
T UTT'S 'country, but extends to all parts. PI LLS
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TUTT'S igood digestion, sound sleep,: PILLS
TUTT'8 ibuoyant spirit., fine appetite,! PILLS
TUTT'S :aro sorne of the results of thej PILLS
TUTTT'S luse of TUTT'S PILLS. PILLS
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TUTT'II I SOLD EVERYwHERE. PILLS
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EXP E CT OR ANT3.
This unrivaled preparation has per
formed some of the most astonishing
cures that are recorded in the annals of
history. Patients suffering for years fromn
the various diseases of the Lungs, after
trying different remedies, spending thou
sands of dollars in traveling and doctor
ing, have, by the use of a few bottles,
entirely recovered their health.
"WON'T 60 TO RLORIDAe"
O R. TT T t ew York. August630, 1573.
Dear Sir:i-When in iken,1last winter, I used youv
Expectorant for my oough. and realised mere benefit
from it than anything I ever took. I am so well that
I will not go to 1louida next winter as I intended.
Send me one dosen bottles, by express. for some
friend.. ALIRUD CgaRING,
118 West Thirty-first Street.
Boston, January 11, 1874.
This oertlfiee th at!I have reoommended the use ol
Dr. Tutt'e E xpectorant for diseases of the lung.
for the past two years, and to my knowledge many
bottles have been used by my patients with the hap
piest resulis. In two eaes where it was thought eon..
firmed oonramption had taken place the Expectorant
efteoted a oure. R. R. SPRAGUE, M.D.
" We ean not speak too highly of Dr. Tutt'u Ex
pectorant, and for the sake of sufrering humanity
hope it may beoome more generally known."-Cuals.
Sold hy i)ra-grints- PrIce S1.OG
The State of South CarUa.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Baylis W Mansell, Fletcher Aaasenl, Camilla
fendricks and husband James B Hendrieks
and others- Plaintiffs.
James Boswell, Robert E Bowen, Wm A
Clyde, Hery V Briggs, Thomas W Russell
Orlando C Folger and others--Defendant'
COMPLAINT 1o RNL11h, &e.
BY virtue of a decreetal order, made by the
Hon. T. H. Cooke, Judge of the Eighth
Judicial Circuit, on the 18h day of july,
A. D. 1876, each and every of the heirs at
law of Tinsa Emma Johnson, formerly Tin
sa Eir ma Mansell, if any there be other
than the Plaintiffs above named in this as.
tion, are hereby summoned and required to
appear before the Clerk of this Court, iden
tify themselves and establish their elais to
the funds to be distributed, hereia 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.
8. D- KEITH,
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas for
Pickens County, 8. C.
July 20. 1876 46 ly
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For deeeription, &c., addrese Siuxeon &
Co., Box 6076, New York.
We are now prepared to furnish permanmt sita
tions for a large number of person, male and fimale
who are ut o WorkI pdu
Un sent free on application. Address, with stamp,
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1877 NEW YORK. 1877
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VTg of 20 wee eacb. The First Term
eommenes Pebrary h, and ends June 22d;
the 146ond Term. d6 uoees July 28d, and
ed os)sber -T&.
Students enterng within two weeks after
the oo16aee0ent of the Terms, will be
charged fe the' wbol Term s those entering
%fter this tinte, sov the time of entering.
It is more satfitory that Students enter
at the commenoemebt, when the several
classes are forwmiqg,
Course of 8tuoy.
PRIMARY DEPA MENT.
st Term-Spellfug and Reading.
2d Term-8pelling and Reading continued;
Primary Geography; Mental Arithmetic,
Exercises In Writing.
1st Term-Spelling and Reading continued:
Geography continued; introducing English
Grammar; Elemests of Written Arithmetc;
Exercises in Writing.
2d Term-Spelling and Reading continued;
Elements of Written Arithmetic completed;
Intermediate Geography completed; Analyt
ical English Grammar; Primary U. 8. ils
tory; Exercises in Writing.
Ist Term-English Grammar completed; Phy,
sical Geography; Oommon School Arithme,
tic; Towns Analysis of Words;
2d Term-Greene's; Analysis of English
Language; Arithmetic continued; Smaller
Composition; Higher U. S. History.
Ist Term Latin Grammar and Harkness' Eirst
Latin Book; Latin Reader; Davies' Algebra;
History of England.
2d Term-Four Books of Cwsar; Arnold's
second Latin Book on Analysis of the Latin
Sentence; Greek Grammar; Kendrick's
Greek Ollendorff; Greek Reader; Davies'
Algebra completed; Natural Philosophy.
1st Term-Six Books of Virgil; Greck
Reader completed; Plain Geometry; Higher
Composition and Rheboric.
2d Tern-Sallust's Cataline & Jugurtha;
Xenophon's Anabasis;' Higher Algebra
commenced; Solid and Spherical Geome.
try completed; Chemistry.
1st Term-Cicoro's 8elect Orntions; Xenophons
Memorabilia; Trigonometry and Surveying;
Roman History; Latin Prose Composition.
2d Term-Horace entire;'Six Books of the
Ilinds; Greek Prose Oomposition; Algebra
The abovo course will prepare can
didatos for admission into tho Sor11o
MORE CLASS of any of our Sonthern
Colles. Studen ts, w ho do not stand
a satisfactor'y examination upon the
several studies of each class, will not
bo allowed tho privilege to advance to
the next higher, but be retalinedi in
such class, till aill the studios of it be
TUITION OF PalMany DEPART>1ENT
Junior Class, - - $5.00
Intermediaite Class, - - 12.50
Senior "- . 15.00
PraeparatoryDe)pairtmen t, 20.00
No deduct ion will be made for lost
time except f rom prolonged sickness.
Monthly report.s of punctulity, de
portmenit, and recitationis in oa.un 0tu.
dy, wvill be furnished parents.
J. II. CARLISLE, Principal.
Dec. 23, 1875 17 tf
Fits and Epilepsy
POSITIVELY CU RED.
The worst cases of the longest standing, by
usding DR. IIUBDBAIRI)'s Cure.
It haas cuired Tinousaunds,
and will give $1,000 for a case it will not
benefit. A bottle sent free to aill addressing
J. E- DIBBL E, Chemist, Office; 1355 Broad
way, New York.
SHUN DRUG POISONS.
M1EDICINR RE~NDERED UYsiLHss.
Volta's Electro Belts anid
are indorsed by the most eminent physicians
in the world for the cure of rheumatism,
neuralgia, liver complaint, dyspepsia, kidney
disease, aches, pains, nervous disorders, fits,
female complaints, nervous and general de
bility, and othier chron ic dliseases of the chest,
head, liver, stomach, kidneys and blood.
Cook with full particulars free by Volta Belt
Bo , Cincinnati, O.
METROPOLITAN W 0 R K 5,
CANAL ST., rnoM SIXTH TO SEVE~NTIH,
RICHMOfvD, : :ViRGINA.
Saw Mille, Grist Mills, Boilers, Castings of
Brass and Iron, Forgings, &c.
A RCiI'PTECTUR A L E IRON WO RK,
In all itsa branches, done by experienced h ands
JMPRO VED PORTABLII ENGINES for
driving Cotton Gins, Threshing Machines,
Separators, Grist Mills, &c. A .number of
second-hand Enmgines and Boilers of various
patters, in first rate order, on hand.
Repair work solicited an 1 promptiy done.
WM. E. TANNER & CO.
Oct14, 7 ly
l'ICEE COUN?Y naEcTORY,
Senatfor-R E Bowen.
Representatives-D F Bradley and E 11 Bates
Clerk of Court-John J Lewis.
Judge of P obate-W 0 Field.
Coronr-Berry B Earle
School Comnmiaoner-G W Singleton.
County Commissioners-B J Johnson Chai-.
rman-John T Lewis, Thos P Looper. Clerk
County Commissioners, C L Hlollingsworthi.
Trial Justices-Ealey, Luke I. Ariail--Sa.
lubrity, ------ ---Central, James A
Liddell-P'ickens C If., C L Hollingsworth
and 0 WV Taylor-Dcumilm, J B .Sua
On and oftw pp4y,,
Passengei Trains om q Ut aMe
Railroad will rug qs o0w
Arrive at Columbia
Leave Chailebtef i9h6
Arrive at Auggota
Arrive at Charleston
Leave Augusta * *_a.
Arrive at Charleston 44 n
COLUMBIA NIGHT XXP=U . ;
Leave Charleston 9
Arrive at Columbia 72a
Arrive at Oharleston 649
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPBSS,
Leave Charleston 8 40
Arrive at Augusta 7 4V' m
Arrive at Charleston "4an
Leave Shminerville at 7 0
Arrive at Charleston S da is
Leave Oharleston 1 A.P a
Arrive at Summerville 4 n p -
Connects at Kingville daily [exe4o. i6,
days] with Up and Down Day ad Pae.ge
Day and Night Trains connet at Asg t
with Georgia Railroad, Macon -and AgIe r
Railroad and Central Il1road. 0*;
via Atlanta is the qnickeot and most diee
route, and as comfortable and e. as
otfher route, to Montgomery, Sehas,MW
New Orleans, and all other points Sthw ,
and to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chig t.
Louis. and all other points West aid
Day Train connects at Columbia with tie
Through Train on charlotte Road (whiph
leaves at 9 p. m.) for all points North. .
Night Train connects with Leea wa
[which leaves Columbia at 8 t..u.] forpoAMt
on charlotte Road.
Laurens Railroad Train conneots atIgo
berry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Behsm
Up columbia Night. Train connects lsly
with the Greenvilleand columbia Railroad.!
S. S. GOLOMONS, Superintendq6.
S. B. PzcKENs, General Tieket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia ] 3.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Passenger trains run daily. ta&ys e61po
ed, connecting with uaght trains en Suth
Carolina Railroad up and down. On andaft.
er Mlondaty. December 13, the followia il
be the Schedule:
Leave Columbia at
Leave Alston at9.6af
Leave Newberry at 15a
Leave Cokesbury at 20
Leave Belt on e.: a
Arrive at Greenville at
Leave Greenville at .6s
Leave tielton at *4
Leave Cokesbury 1.0a
.neave New berry at 21e _
Leave Alsion at
Arrive at Columbia at *&
e~"Conectat Aston ith rain e a
Cumiaon wat Aigtont Trains ushevd
olina Railroad up and down ; also with T'raI#g
going North and South on the Chiarlotte, Co
lumnbia and Augusta and the Wih ite.Ob
Traini leave A bbevilie at 9.16 a mn., eoes
ing with D)own Traini from Greenville. Lese
Cokesbury at 2.15 p mn., connecting with Pp
Train fromn Columbia. Aocoimeda,ioa Tr
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. -ec
Cokesbury at 11.16 a mn., er en the mriwel
ihe Dow n T raini from G reenville. Leawes .
beville at 1 o'clock p. mn., connecting with ig
Train from Columbia.
ANDERSON BRANCH AND PLUE 2150D
Leave WValhalla at g.4-a a
Leave Perry ille at Aid*~
Leave Pendleton at T.Aa
Leave Anderson at 8.
Ai rlve at Belton at 92.
Leave Belt on at 3.60 p a
Leave Anderson at d.5p g
Leave Pendleton at 6
Leave Perryville .3ij
Arrive at Walhialla 7.)6p a
Accommodat ion Trains between Edto ad
Anderson on Tuesdays, Thursdaysand Batsr.
days, Leave Bielton at 9.60 a mn., or.og ArriV
al of Down Train from Greenvilli. Les 4
Anderson at 2.00 p mn., connecting with Up
TIlOMA8s DODA MEAD,
JAnEIZ NORTON, Jr., General Tiehet Ageke
Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Railway.
PAaSSENGER TnAIN EASTWA D-A3I.T.
Lieave~ at Atlr.nta atg
Leave Tocooa City at *4 a
Leave Westminster at -a
Leave Seneca city at yt
Leave central at SMpu
Leeve Easley at 0 1g a
Leave Greenville as 94
Leave Spartanburg at i
Arrive at charlotte at 2,08 &
PASSENGER TRAIN WEUTWAXD.-.DaIZ,T.
Leave Charlotte at 2 16 a t
weave Spart anburg at a
Leave Greenville at, 6 d~ b
Leave Easley at -7 0ag
Leave Central at 7 40 a sm
Ltavo Seneca City at a gg
Leave Watminster at;'aw
Leave Tuccoa City at 0 44:a a
Arrive at Atlanta at 1 SO0 g
Colonists, EnsIg ant maid
For map circular., condeinsed imne tnbhg
and general information in regard te 900Ub
portation facilities to all points in
ArkansaB, Missenti, Minnteseta, 4ep
Kansas, Texas, Iowa, New Mle9, .,
California, apply to or address ~aa.
WVnENN, deneral Emigrant Agent, .USes We.,
2 Hi. I. Kimball House, Atlanta, Ga.
No onehould go W est-without Atet get-d
ting in cothmunicatIon with the %4mral
Emigrant Agent, and become informed .s .0
superioradvanta ges, cheap and quie.k trans.
portation of families, household sedes, ste*k,/
and farming Implements general y.
A llinformnation cheerfully given.
no3 0m G P. & T. A.