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Ei.rokant 014oW Preaher.
Wong Ohio Foo estoppod Wpfore the
f>ot lights in Steinway full last
evening with the air of an accon
plished American lecturer. Look
Ing at his handeme gold watch lae
asked the audience to take the front
seats. The lecturer, in introducing
himself, said that his name is Teu
Ming Tze Way Shin Shua Shing Tze
Way Shing Show Taa Tze Way Keo
Toeye Che Fob Kow Shu Yee Lee
Yeb, and that Wong Chin Foo is
merely the termination. This name,
although the lecturer didn't tell his
hearers so, being interpreted, means
Wong Chin Foo, formerly H. I M.
interpreter, now prompted three do
grees below zero for reasons to be
explained hereafter. Ile is not, he
said, a missionary, nor does he be
live that any nation need send mis
8ionaries across its own borders, the
Great Creator having an equal love
for all, and having given certain
gifts to every human being. The
missionaries returning from China
have not, he said, told the whole
truth. The people of America have
been taught to believe that China
meu live exclusively upon rice and
puppies. "Now," said Teu Ming
Tze, etc., "I never heard anything
about rice and puppies until I was
told about them in America."
The speaker deprecated the notion
so prevalent in America that China
men have no God: "Now," said the
lecturer, "how can we believe in a
Supreme Being, as we acknowledge
we do, if we Lold that there is no
, Did the American people think
that there were no intelligent men
in China? Did they take the few
emigrants who came to this country
for fair representatives of the great
empire of Chinal Did they even
take the lecturer, Teu Ming, &c., as
a good specimen of Confucian intel
ligence? If they did so, they had a
very poor kno wledge of China.
China, with its four hundred mil
lions, the lecturer continued, is bet
ter governed than any other nat ion.
To show that they are not dullards
in China, he would say that Govern
ment officers were selected by severe
competitive examination, conduicted
before thme Emperor and the most in
telligent men of the nation, and out
of perhaps 45,000 applicants, not
more than thirty five persons are ac
The lecturer bad found in A me
rica the Christian religion pasted all
over the walls, like Mrs. Winslow's
goothinig Syrup. Christians, he said,
go to church to a great extent be
cause their neighbors go, but Budd
histe go to their temples to worshmip.
In conclusion, Teu, &c., comni:lain
ed ot the treatment that he had sumf
fered from the New York press, and
especially deplored the malicious
tendencies of one journal that had
accused himi of neglecting to pay his
Judge Marshall and the Turkey.
Chief Justice Marshall w'as a groat
man; but great men are ap)t to be
prond. lie was not too proud to
wait upon himself, and the carryi ng
how his p)urchases. Often would he
be seen going home at sunrise with
poultry in one hand and vegetables
in the other.
On one of these occasions, a fashA
lonuable young man from the Norib
who had removed to Richmond, was
swearing violently because lhe could
find no one to carry home his turkey.
Judge Marshall stepped up and asks
ed where he lived. When he heard
"That is my way; I will take your
torkey home for you.
When they came to the house the
young man asked, "What shall 1
"Ob, nothing," said the Judge,
"you ar e welcome; it was all in my
way, and it was no tronble to mec."
"Who is that polite old man who
brought home my turkey for mc"
said the young man of a by-stander.
"01h," said he, "that was Judge
Marshall, Chief Justice of the United
"Why did he bring home my tur.
"Isuppose he did it," said the by,
etunder, "to teach you not to feel
above attending to yotlr own busi
'EAMY, 8. 0., Apr1 21st, 1877. -
At a fll vNeoting of Counci'held this day,
the following Ordinances were adopted and
ordered to be published in the Pioxasu SEx%
TINUL, to wit:
SNOTIoN 1. Be it ordained by the Intend
ant and, Werdess Q -the Taqn of Easley,
South CVotina, and by authotity of the same,
that from and after this date, drunkenness,
11ghting, or Atemptingto fight, or acting in
a boisterous manner on the street, is pro,.
hibited, and ay petsou ot persons so ofretd
Ing shall be arrested by the Town Marshal
and be brought before thi Counoll, and on
conviction thereof shall pay a fine of not less
than five nor more than .fteen dollare, at the
discretion of the council.
Szc. 2. Any person or persons convicted
of using profane or vulgar language on the
streets or side walks, haull pay a fine of not
less than one nor more than five dollars for
every such offense.
Suo. 8. Any person or persons guilty of
obstructing the side walks by riding, or driv,
Ing wagons and vehicles of any kind what'"
soever thereon, or by hitching horses to
fences or gates, shall pay a fine of one dollar.
Szo. 8. Any person or persons found guitty
of shooting on the streets or public highways
within the incorporate limits, shall pay a fine
of one dollar.
Szo. 6. Any person or persons horao
racing inside of Incorporation, shall be deem
ed guilty of an offence, and on conviction
thereof, shall pay a fine of not less than five
nor more than fifteen dollars, at the discretion
Str. &. Be-it ordained by the Intendant and
Wardens, that any person or persors found
loafing in town for more than five days, and
not engaged in some industrial pursuit, shall
he arrested by the town Marshal and brought
before the council, .and upon failing to
show sone visible means of support, such
person shall be requested to leave the town
within the next twenty four hours, and upon
failing to do so, shall be prosecuted for va
granoy under the law of the State.
SEc. 7. Be it ordained, that any bar keeper
or other persons licensed to sell spirituous
liquors, ard who allows a drunken and tur
bulent crowd of men to congregate in and
around his place of business to the disturb
ance and good order of the town, shall be
deemed guilty of fostering a nuisance and
upon being found guilty, shall forfeit their
licenses or be fined at the discrution of the
SEo. 8. Be it ordained, that every person
persons, living within the incorporate limits
of this town and owning a dog or dogs, shall
pay a tax of one dollar for each and every
Bich dog, and shall put, upon the neck of
each dog a leather collar, inscribed by the
Town Marshal with the initial letters, T. 1'.
(Tax Paid) and all dogs found roving in the
town without this collar on, shall be killed
by the Marshal; Provided, that this ordinance
shall not apply to dogs in the country that.
follow their owners into town. This ordin~
ance to take effect on and after the first day
of May next.
S.:. 9. lBe it ordained, that it. shall be the
duty of the Town Marshall to promptly arrest
any person or persons who is foundl guilty of
violating any of the precedling scctions and
confine them in the Cuard House uutil they
are dlischarged by thie council.
SEU. l.t. Bie it ordained, t.hat, if any per
son or persons convicted under the preceding
sections, shall fail or refuse to pay the fine
or fines with cost imposed, thie council ma:y
conmpound them and received street. labor,
one days labor to be equal to one dollar in
current~ funds; Providled, in all euch cases
the laborer furnishes his own meals.
Approved A prial 21, 1877.
JOIIN R1. GOSSE~TT, Intendant.
C. P. RUNION, Clerk.
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forer som-We of Atke.1st asnton.ishdinou
hipstoratietfrn for myouh adaiearsmoromn
tryin ihennthingdies, tspe.ion thu
IBan o dolr 3iraelintg and docntor-e
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eTiel orecoer thaIve eomedet teh.eo
DR. Tut'f E petoan York Austae of tho lung
for Sir p-hn Lknast twoiert an tm knowlede many
bote have bee ugh by ee m oreatientefithtea
pti willot. go to oia ex wihero iwas Ithueen..
Bonrme on,amtion hadtalen.b plaess f xporaein
froed. AL2ue. 'R.E OUPR AG, D
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Dr usEpectorant for diseaks of t lungty
fore t past btoeamr, gneralmy knowedg- mans.
The State of South CaroUna.
IN UOMMON PLEAS.
Baylis W Mansell, Fletcher fansell, Camia
Hendricks and husband James B Hendricks
and others- Plaintiffs.
James Baswell, Robert E Bowen, Win A
Clyde, Henry 0 Briggs, Thomas W Russell
Orlando C Folger and others-Defendaits.
Comp4iiaP rox RmIsr, &o.
BDT virtue of a' decreetal order, made by the
Hon. T. H. Cooke, Judge of the Ei hth
Judicial Circuit, on the 181h day of uly,
A. D. 1876, each and every of the heirs at
law of Tinsa Emma Johnson, formerly Tin
sa Errma Mansell, if any there be other
than the Plaintiffs above named in this ac
tion, are hereby summoned and required to
appoar before the Clerk of this Court, iden
tify themselves and establish their claims 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 benefit under the
decree for distribution to be rendered in this
(liven under my hand and office seal at
Pickens, this the 16th day of July A. D.
8. D- KEITH,
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas for
Piokens County, 8. (.
July 20. 1876 46 ly
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Repre.' . es-D F BlradIley and E II Bates
Clerk &j tJourt-John J Lewis.
Judge of Probate--W G Field.
Coroncr-Berry B Earle.
School Comnmissioner-C W Singleton.
Countyw Comm issionera-BJ3 Johnson Chal..
rman-John T Lewis, Thos P Looper. Clerk
County Commissioners, C L Hlollingswvorth.
t Trial Justicee-Fasley, Luke I. Arlail-Sa.
lubrity, ------entral, James A
Liddell-Pickens C 1i., C L Hlollingsworf.h
and n W T'rDcavil._n-., 3 13 nStherla
C a.nAvOT a. C., D"o. 18, 187.
On and aftor S Deoem 19,
Railroad will run as alows
- (ftuday 'beTA1I
Leave Charleston 9 lian
,rrive at Columbia 5 00 1 n
Leave Charleston 9 $ ' u
Arrive at Augusta 6 1P iiN
Leave Columbia 9.0 a a
Arrive at Charleston 4 m
Leave Augusta a
Arrive at Charleston 4 46 P as
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPREB&
Leave Charleston 9 16 P ar
Arrive at Columbia 7 20 am&
Leave Columbia 7 00 p m
Arrive at Charleston 6 40is -
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston 8 00 p M
Arrive at Augusta 7 45 am
Leave Augusta 8 80 p a.
Arrive at Charleston 7 40 a,a
Leave Summervile at 7 80 a na
Arrive at Charlestdr 8 45 a a
Leave oherleston 8 16 p a
Arrive al Summerville 4 80 P .
Connects at Kingville daily [except Hn
lays] with Up and Down Day and Passenger
Day and Night Trains connot at, Auggsta
with Georgia Railroad, Macon and Augusta
Railroad and Central Railroad. .This oute
via Atlanta is the quickest and most diret
route, and as comfortable and cheap 's any
3ther route, to Montgomery, Selma, Mobile,
Rew Orleans, and all other points SouthWest,
%nd to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chico', St.
Louis, and all other points West and orth
Day Train connects at Columbia with tA6
rhrough Train on oharlotteo Road (whiek
leaves at 9 p. m.) for all points North.
Night Traia eonnects with Local Trail
[which leaves Columbia at 8 a. m.] for points
an charlotte Road.
Laurens Railroad Train connects at New.
berry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
Up columbia Night Train connects closely
with the Greenville and columbia Railroad.
S. S. GOLOMONS, Superintendent.
S. B. PICKENS, General Tieket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R R.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Passenger trains run daily. ktindays except
Dd, connecting with night, trains an South
LCarolina Railroad up and down. On and.aft
er Monday, December 13, the following will
be the Schedule
Leave Columbia at 74
Leave Alst On at9.6a
Leave Newberry at 1.6ai
Leave Cokesbury at 20
Leave Belton at 86
Arrive at Greenville at 68
Le7 revlea .5 a la 4
Leav Iteton tL 9.46 a a
Lev oehr 1.0 a m
L.eave Greenville at 2.0 a a
Leave Aleton at 4.20 p as
Arrive at Columbia at 66 p a
2@r'Connect at Alston with Trains en the
Spart anburg and Union Railroad ; conneet at
Dolumibia with Night Trains on the South CaP
alina Railroad uip andl down ; also with Traios
going North and South on the Charlotte, Oe.
Lumbia and Augusta and the Wilmingten, Ces
Train leave Abbeville at 9.16 a ., conneo6
ng with D)own Train from Green 10ll. Leave
Dokesbury at 2.15 p in., connecting with Up
l'rain from Columbia. Accommodation Trais,
Miondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Lea:e
Dokesbury at 11.15 a in., or on the arrival of
le Down Train from Greenville. Leaves Ab.
beville at 1 o'clock p. in., conneoting wish (g
r'rain from Columbia.
XNDERSON BRANCH AND PLUB RIDG3
Leave Walhialla at 6,09 a.a
Leave Perryville at 6.45 a a
leave Pendleton at 7.86 a E4
Leave Anderson at 8.86 a na
Ar rlve at Belton at 9.20 a U
Leave Bellon at 3.60 pm
Leave Anderson at 4.60 P y
Leave Pendleton at 6.50 p a
Leave P'erryville 6.85A pa
Arrive at WYalhalla 7.16 P sa
Accommodation Traine between Belton and
inderson on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturi.
lays, Leave Belton at 9.60 a in., or on airriv
Il of Down Train from Greenville.' Leave
inderson at 2.00 p mn., connecting with Up
JAnEZ NORITON, Jr., General Ticket Agent
Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Railway
PASSENGER TRAIN EAsTwARD--DAILY.
Leave at Atlanta at 8py
Leave Tocooa City at 6 4 y
Leave Westminster at 64p na
Leave Seneca city at p a
Leave central at 8 26 p na
Leeve Easley at 9 12 P na
Leave Greenville as 9 41 p w,
Leave Spartanburg at * sa
Arrive at charlotte at 2 08 a as
PASSENGER TRAIN waSTWARD-DAILI.
Leave Charlotte at 2 16 ama
.aeave 8partanburg at # na
Leave Greenville at 6 40 amn
Leave Easley at 7 08-a M
Leave Central at 7 40 a na
Leavo Seneca City at a a
Leave Wstminster at' a sa.
Leave Tuccoa City at 9 44 a ma
arrive at Atlanta at 180O p $
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Arkansas, Missouri, Minnesota, Colorado
Kansas, Texas, Iowa, New Mexico, Utah
Da1ifornia, apply to or address, 4uuRt D.
WRENN, General Emigrant Agent, ' ee No.,
2 HI. I. Kimball House, Atlanita, Ga.
No one should go West without first get-.
bin gin oommunication with the Gener*l
Emigrant Agent, and b.ecome inferined as t4
superioradVantages, cheap and quick trans..
portationl of families, household good3s, stook,
and farming implements generally.
AllinformaStionl cheerfully given.
,W. L, DANLEJY,
no3O6m G.P. &T, A.'