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1ibOEerIA3W Auainess. A
:t Aogwai citien of Croghan street
i er day of a good
feriian gentleman who always walk
Od kA0i th a smile on his face.
Woo .0eis. Perelan w8 asked why
.lwy looked so.happy whoun oths
or,meu louked sad be replied:
"I smile because it may be mun
shine to some poor soil surrounded
"11v very i66 in the Persain, and
Croglian street man said he'd be han
god ii he coutldn't outsmile a Persian
or aUbqdy else waking around on
twlkgs. Lie at once began to ismilo
at his wifo. She sto d it for t 1fw
minutes, and then observed:
"What's the matter, William,--got
the eblic aiaini"
'I srnile because I want to carry
sunshine to your karkened soul," he
She"W-itcd 11im to understand that
fifteep,iyiguutcs at the wood pile would
hlpj her Jpoo Ahan all the grns he
could,grin in a straight week, tmd
wl 1 he Went into the kitcliui to
smile sano sunshine at tle hired girl
the wif.41Wed him and raised a
row tpstigt dinier three quartors of
an hour behind hand. However, oer1
Can, gt'th6 hang of Oriental busi
nis in a day, and this man tried it
aW~Lg.oa,qhu street car as he camne
down town yesterday. Opposito him
Fat an old woman with a basket, and
he undertook to Bmilu the shadows
froln hor heart. She watched him
for two or three minues, growing
mad all the time, and pre6litly bhe
. "D, you think you know me, that
you aregrinning across the aitle, like
a 64im baboon?))
- "I smile, midam, because-be
cauel"-, he stammered, forgetting
what the Persiani said. "I smiile be,
"You are grinning because I've got
sore eyes!" 81he shouted.
(fTdaN I smile that I-th at.
"I'll niot stand it!" she exclaimed,
dnd e hammeunred him with the
-baske .until be escaped off the plat
"iNow grin over that, will ,y' i!''
o ed1led after him as she0 shook the
basket in the air.
"ilto Persian w' ho won t aroun d
emihing was a fool and I'm his firstu
cousin!" growled the man, and he
quit smiling and picked a light withI
a harness maker.-Detroit Free
A laughtble story is related of
Duatning, an Engili judge. It is
said ot him that frequently, in tihe
nxamination of wit!1esses, lie otten
displayed great coarseness, and drew
upon himelf the animadversion of
his breth rco. On one occasion,
wishinig to estab)lish the identity of a
party through thle inmst rumen taiity o1
an unsophliicated old wvoman ('icenipy
ing the witness stand) the following
highly amusing colloquy is said to
hiave taken place between Dunniig
and the old woman:
Dunning-"W.as lie a tall man?"
Witncess-"Not very tall, youri
hnor'-ma&ch.,about tbe size of your
D)un.-." Was he good Jo 'king?"
Wit.-.' Quite contrairy-mruch likL
your honior; but with a hanLldsomer3I
Du)in.---"Did lie sqinit?"
W',it.---"A little, your worship; but1
mnot so muchi as your hionor by a
great deal 1"
These replies prioduced a roar of
laughiter in thle cournt, in whliich Lord
Mao.tleld (wvho was on the bench) is
said to have joined.
*Onue of the last utter'ancus of LPan
son Brownlow'was a declaration in
favor (of [lampton f' r President in
preference to any Northern Demo'.
'Old ago should always be r espec
t'ed!-espeelally inI poultry.
SSny, Jack, can you tell us a hat
is the'best thinug to hull two pices~
of rope together?" "I guess KNo-r."
There are two fuasoris why we de
m.t trust a muan-one is because we
d~ nt kniow him and the other be
eatise we do.
bomie wretched aIdurminer of silence
insists that ai1'' loqacious speaker' is
like a river- greatest at tho mronth
JASLEY, 8. C., April 21st, 1877.
At a f6il meeting of Council held this (lay
the following Ordinanceb wore adopted anm
ordered to be published in the PioKEns SzN
TINRL, to wit:
SEUTION 1. Be it ordained by the Intend
ant and Wardens of the Town of Easley
South Carolina, and by autiox ity of the same
that from and after this date, drunkenness
fighting. or attempting to fight, or acting ii
a boisterous manner on the street, is pro
hib-it,ed, and any person or persons se offend
ing shall be arrested by the Town Marsha
and be brought before the Council, and 01
conviction thereof shall pay a fine of not les
than five nor more than fifteen dollars, at th
discretion of the council.
S.:c. 2. Any person or persons convicte
of using profane or vulgar language on th,
streets or side walks, shah pay a fine of nc
less than one, nor more than five dollars fu
every such offense.
Spa:. 3. Any person or personi guilty c
obstructing the side walksby riding, or driv
ing wagons and vehicles of any kind what
soever thereon, or by hitching horses t
fences or gates, shall pay a fine of one dollar
SEc. 8. Any person or persons found guilt
of shooting on the streets or public highway
within lie incorporate limits, shall pay a fin
of one dollar.
S.:c. 5. Any person or persons horo
racing inside of incorporation, shall be deem
ed guilty of an offence, and on convictio1
thereof, shall pay a fine of not less than fiv
nor iore than fifteen dollars, at the discretioi
SEc. 6. Be it ordained by the Intendant an
Wardens, 111t any person or persons fount
loafing in town for more than five days, an
not. engaged in sonic inilustrial pursuit, sial
be arrested by tie town Marshal anti brough
before the council, and upon failing t
show some visible means of support, suel
person siall be requested to leave tlie iowl
within the next twenty four hours, and upoi
failing to do so, shall be prosecuted for va,
graicy under (lhe law of tle State.
Sia:. 7. Be it, ordained. that any bar keepe
or oilier persons licensed to sell spirituou
liquor, ar'd who allows a drunken and tur
bulent. crowd of inen to congregate in an(
around his place of' business to the disturb
ance alnd good order of the town, shall b
deemed guilty of' fostering a nuisance an<
upon being found guilty, shall forfeit thei
licenses or be lined at the discretion of thi
Si-c. 8. Be it ordained, that every persoi
persons, living witlin the incorporate limit
of this town and owning a dog or dogs, shal
pay a tax of one dollar for each and ever
suchi dog, and shall put upon the neck o
each dog a leather collar, inscribed by tht
Town larshal witi the initial letters, T. 1'
(Tax Piil) and all dogs found roving in th
town without this collar oi, shall be hillet
by the alarslial; Provided, that, this ordina.nc
shall not alil>ly to dogs in tle country tiha
follow their owners into town. Tliis ordin
ance to take effect on and after the first da,
of May next.
SE-:'. 9). lie it or'dained0(, t hat it shal1l he th
duty of' thle Tlown i la'lumIt teC 01 promptly ar'rer
imy personi or pi'sonis who is fiuin<l guilty<
violaiting aniy of the preceding sct ions an
confine themiin in the Guarnil llouse uutil the
are discharged by the council.
St'm. 10. lIe it ordained, that. if any pei
son ore per.sons convicted under' the precedin
sect ions, shall fall or refuse to pay thle it
or' tines withI cost imposed, the council ins:
cotupound thenm and received street labo
one days labor to be equal to one dollar
current funiils; Provided, in tall such cas
lhe laborer futrnishnes his own meals.
Ajipprove'l A pirial '21, 1877.
J Jl N 1R. (IOSSETT, Intendaunt.
C. P. BtUNtiN. Clerk.
~TWi HEED THE fT
TU'TT'8 RE8P ECTV )ULL Y offered biyILLLi
TUTT'S W. HT. Ti TT, M.D., for many PILLS
TUTT'8 -ears D)emonstrator of Anatomiy a inL
T TTShe Medical College of Gecorgia. PILLE
,lLTT. Thirty years' experience in thePIL
T UTT 8 ractice of miediciine, toge'ther w9 ith PILLE
TT'Iiteen years' test of Tuft's P'ills, PILLE
TUTTT'8 alid the thousands of testimoniaspILLE
TUTT T'S ivenm of their efficacy, warrant nme PILLE
TIUTT'8 ni sayin' g that they Will positively PILLiS
T(UTT'S estire ail a iseases that result from a PILLE
TUTSdiseased liver. They are niot re-.
,UT' ommneld for all tile ills that afnlict PIL LE
T UT T'8 human ity, huit for D -ajoepsia Jauni. PIL LE
T UT T'S d ice, Consetiation Piles, Skini Dis- P LLE
TUTT'S cases, Bilious Colic Rtheumiatismn,PILLE
TIUTT'S Palpiltationi of the IIeart, Kidney PILLE
TUT T'S AIf'ectionis, Femiaie Compilainta,&c,, PILLE
TUTT'S all of which result from a derange- ~IL
TUTT'S nenit of the Liver, no medicine Ia 5
, ver ,proven so successful as DR.ILLI
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TUTT'S PILLS. PILLI
TIITT'8 i TUFT'S PILaLS i PILLf
TUTT'8 CURE SICK IIEADACIE. PILLI
TUTrT'S TUTT'8 PIL,LS 1PILLi
TUTT'S IREQUIRE NO CIIANGE OF 1PILLI1
TUTiT's DIET. PILL:
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TUTT'3 jARE PURELY VEGETABLE.R PILL:
TUTT'S i TUTT'8 PILLS8 PILL:
TUTT'S ;NEVER GRIPE OR NAUSE- PILL1
TUTT'S: ATE. PILLI
PTUTT'S I TIIE DEMAND FOR TUTT'85 PILL:
T'UTT'8 IPILL8 is not confined to thisi PILL:
TUTT'8 i country, but oxtonds to all parts. PILL:
T UTT'S l of the world. -:PI LL:
T UTT'S 8.......................,............ PIL
TUITT'S I A CLEAR IIEAD, elastic limbs,1 PILL:
TUTT'S igood digestion, sound sleep,i PILL:
TUYTT'S ibuoyant spirits, fino appetite,i PILL:
TUTT'S iaro some of the resulits of the! PILL:
TU'TT'S se of TUTT'S PILLS. PILL:
TUTT'S AR A FAMILY MEIINE PILL:
TrUTlT'S TU TT'S PhILLS ARE THE PILL:
TUTT'' B EST--PERFECTLY IARM- PILL:
TUTT'S I SOLD EVERY WHERE. IPILL:
TUTT'8 I PRICE, TWENTY.-FIVE 0TS. l PILL
TUTT's: PRINCIPAL OFFICl E i PILL
TUTT'S IS MURRAY STREET, I PILL
TUJTT'8 NEW YORK. - PILL:
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This unrivaled preparation has per
formed some of the rnost astonishinf
cures that are recorded in the annals of
history. Patients suffering for years fror
the various diseases of the Lungs, afte1
trying dlifferent remedies, spending thou
sands of dollars in traveling and doctor
ing, have, by the use of a few bottles
entirely recoveredl their health.
"WON'T 00 TO FLORIDA."
D R. T T T : ew York.August so, 1879.
Dear si - When in Aiken, last winter, I used yon
Expectorant for my oough, and realised more bononi
from it than anything I over took. I am so well tha
I will not go to Florida next winter as I intended
Send me ono dosen bottles, by express, for semi
friends. ALFRED OUSHING,
198 West Thirty-first Street
Boston, Jaxnary 11, 1874.
This oorttfiee th at I have r.eoommended the use c
Dr. Tut t's E xgeotorant for diseases of the lung
for tho past two years, and to my knowledge .mana
bottle. have been used by my patients with the hap
piest results. In two eases whore it was thought eon,
firmed consamption had taken plaee the Expeotorani
effeoted a euro. R. II. SPRAGUE, M.D.
"We can not speak too highly of Dr. Tutt's Exe
potorant, and for the sake of suffering humanitj
hope it may beoome more generally known."-Uuazg
boI() byArn gst,orcem.0
The StMe- of South Carolina.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Baylis W Manuell, Flether Mansell, Camila
Hendricks and husband James B Hendricks
and others- Plaintiffs.
James Baswell, Robert E Bowen, Wm A
Clyde, Henry C Briggs, Thomas W Russell
Orlando C Folger and Others-Defendants'
COMPLAINT FOR RELIIEF &Q.
i Y virtue of a decreetfil orde'r, made by the
1 Hon. T. 1t. Cc.c, Judge of the Eighth
o Judicial Circuit, on the 13th day of July,
A. D 1876, each and every of the heirs at
I law ot Tinsa Emma Johnson, formerly Tin
D sa Err ma Mansell, if any there be other
t than the Plaintiffs above named in this ac
r tion, are hereby summoned an.d required to
appear before the Clerk of this Court, iden
f tify thomselves and establish their claims to
the funds to be distributed, herein on or be
fore the 21st. day of July A. D. 1877, or
fore ver be debarred of all benefit under the
decree for distribution to be rendered in this
Given under my hand and office seal at
a Pickens, this the 16th 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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Ist Term-Spelling and Reading.
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Primary Geography; Mental Arithmetic,
Exercises in Writing.
1st Term-Spelling and Reading continued:
Geography contiiued; Introducing English
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Dec. 23, 1875 17 tf
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?1CUNM COUNY DllCTORY,
Senatfor-R E Blowen.
R1epresentative-D F Bradley and E II Bates
Cler'k of Court-John J Lewis.
Judge of P -obate--W G Field.
Cor'oner-Berry B Earle
School Commiseioner--G IV Singleton.
County Commissionr-B J Johnson Chai-.
rman-John T Lewis, Thos P Looper. Clerk
County Commissioners, C L lollingsworth.
Trial Jutices-Easley, Luke 1. Ariail-Saa
lubrity, -----Central, James A
Liddell-ickens C II., C L Hlollinigswort.h
and G WV Taylor-D)acusville. J Bi Sahn..i.n,
CHARLISTON, 8. C., Dec. 18, 1876 .
Oh and, ifter MAsay6 D*p#br:19, the
Passenger. Trains. op the, South Carolina
Railroad Will run as foflo4s'
Eeave Charleston ' 16
Arrive at Columbia k 00 i
Leave Charleston 918 s08
Arrive at Augusta 5 18'p i
FOR CITA-RLESTON. -
(Sundays exeepted.) ,
Leave Columbia 9 00 a m
Arrive at Charleston 4 46 p m
Leave Augusta 9.00 a m
Arrive at Charleston 4 46 p ra
COLUMBIA NIGIT CXPRIESS.
Leave Charleston 9 '16 p m
Arrive at Columbia 7 20 am
Leave Columbia 7 O0 p m
Arrive at Charleston 6 40 a m
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRSS.
Leave Charleston 8 00 p m
Arrive at Augusta 7 46 a tn
Leave Augusta 8 80 p M A
Arrive at Charleston 7 40 a m
(Sundays exccpt d.)
Leave Summerville at 7 80 a a
Arrive at Charleston. 8 45 a m
Leave 0harleston 8 16 p a
Arrive at Sumnmervillo 4 80 p a
Connects at Kingvillo daily [except Suns
days] with Up and Down bay and Passenger
Day and Night Trains oonnec-nt. AAughista
with Georgia Railroad, Afacon and Apgust.a
Railroad and Central Railroad. .hfi route
via Atlanta is the qnickest and iadkdirect
route, and as comfortable and chpp.ps any
othfir route, to Montgomery, SOlma, Mob.le,
New Orleans, and all other poilits Sout'hw-Est,
and to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicg,.St.
Louis, and all other pointe WYeat and North
Day Train conneqfs at Columbia with the
Through Train on charlottec Road (which
leaves at 9 p. m.) for all points North.
Night Train connects 1with Locil 'Ifaia
[which leaves Columbia at 8 a. n.] for-points
on charlotte Road.
Laurens Railroad Train connecth at it-e*
berry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and -Satu
Up columbia Night Train connects- closely
with the Greenville iand columbia Raflrond.
S. S. BOLOMONS, Superintendent.
S. B. PIcKENs, General Tieket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R R.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Passenger trains run daily. Sundays ercep&
ed, conneiLcting wvith niiight ti'ains en South
Carolinia uitairoad up and downi. On and aft
cr MondaUy, D)ecemiber 13, the following till
be the Schedule:
Leave Cohimbia at745an
Leave Alston ait.1a
Leave Newberry at106a n
Leave Cokesbury at ..~
Leave Belt on at ~6
Arrive at Greenville nt5.6px
Leave Greenville at8.6ai
Leave 15elton at .'aa
Leave CokeTbury 1~tai
acave New berry at 24
Leave Ahtoni at 4:upx
Arriv at Clumbi atv.45 a m
~y~Cnnec at 1810I wih 9.in 6 ea th
Spaii nbug ad Uni n Lii roa 10o.36t atm
Colmbi ~it i N ;um r:iiu onI 2.0Sut par
Traim leve bbeyill at99.l a ni,onno.
Cokehur at .1~p ni, cnnecing.i0 pm
Arriveat Cohunbi&ay and' 6rdy.6 Le.
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