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Brotber ardner yeserday
1fe-wM4 g the ba ed ofa 4
old haset4wibat. W
&h*.jt*gigegWA way,,,and. k%lad,.4
fall, , of about ffteen tet, He was
seSelegs when-picked-up, but a t6an
-poured about a gallon of witer*db
hI bd6k and' br6nght hi t."' Mr.
Gardner thus explaine ratt.r to
* 6Waal, I was up dar, au' dar wAs
de house, au' dar was de scaffold,
and dar we all was. I was jees
drawin' dati brush aroan' to kill,when
I felt a gononess. Seetned I was
prancin' aronn' on do air, wid no
chance to dig in miy toes.
'Why didn't you. fall at on0 and
have the affair off your mindl' asked
'Why didn't I fallf Why, sab, I
wai fallin' all de time. I went down
'bout fifty feet, head fust, an' den I
changed and went sidewa.5s, an'den
I struck on one foot and boaf ears.
All dis time I was doin' some pow
erful thinkin,' I was.'
'Did you think of oysters fried with
crumbsi' asked a reporter.
'Doan' be talkin' dat way, boy. I
'meinbered all my bad deeds while I
was gwino down, an' I called out dat
I would live a better life if do shock
didn't kill me.'
In the group was a colored man
whose face brightened at these words,
and be softly asked:
'Brudder Gardner, doan' you
'member do two dollars you borrow
ed of mel'
'Den pay it-hand it over. De
shock did't kill you, and begin on
dat better life.'
'Brudder Jones,' solemnly replied
Gardner, 'do shock didn't kill me
dead, but befo' I pays out any mo
ney Ize gwine to wait de result on
my nervous systemn. I 'pears to be
all right, but possumly I may be
fatally injured in some of de corners
and not know it f9.a month. G'lang,
Brudder Jones, ai doan' rob de
craddle an' de gravpfetr oit Free
OB1TUARY NoTro.-Tl following
obituary notice was sent for insertien
in a Yan kee journal:
"Mister' Edatur: Jerr Bangs, wee
are sorry to stait has decized. He
depared this Life last'ionday at the
age of 23. IIe went 4th withouit any
struggle, and sichi E life. Tru Date
are as pepper grass, mighty smart,
to Morrow we are cut down like a
cowcumnber of the grownd. Jein
kept a nice stoar, w hich his wife now
wates on. His virchews was numer
us to behold. We never new hiim to
put sand. in his sngir', tho lie had a
big sand bar in front ot his lhous; nor*
water in his milk, th o tLe Ohia rivr
i nns past his dore Pecce to hile re
manes!liHe leeves a wife, 8 ch'ldrent,
a cow, 4 horses, and quadrepiets to
murn lisa los; butt in the sp)lentdid
langwidge of the poit, his loss is thur
Those who think things should niot
be done by halves should hire a do
mnestic to help their wives.
"What blessings children are," as
the parish beadle said whent he tool
the christening fee.
The law of self defense is the clear
est of all laws,~ and naturally, too, the
lawyers did tnot mtake it.
Why is walking in your sleep like
swappitng jack knives? Because it's
a queer tas-action.
*Whty ure disagreeable people like
comnparisons? Becauseo they are
It fools and their mnotney soon part'
its worth being a fool to have money
to part with.
A wag describes gossip as putting
two and two tagetbor and making
five out of thetm.
Q teen Elizabeth was thme first per
son to use0 a fork, but thb people in
"Our Boarditng IIouse" dont read
bistory atnd pursue the old practice.
Away down in thme cotner of many
a Womane heart lurks this sentiment:
"No spring b nnet, or no churchi.
Food for the starving Bnlgarians--.
The "provisiOns of the protocol."
trdin 9(d an
to bWish th 1OXXXs 8s
OTION tj bf nhi-tiend'
a nd -W U h
that from ii,k*40
hting, or atte ping-to Agbt or. atig I
a bste9"&:a%nVW an the s,t-reet,J pro.,
and be broughk, r W inll, ad on
tonviction the 4 e of not less
thani f1*e not n04io te " thanredollar he
?xv- 2. An pfso,r Pqsona oylpteo
,Of i"g lf. or-- rladguagW 6n' th
atreejgyo tid rak,,s" T a ot gf-*
tone Ar more t1-n five'.ir
SE1. g. An,y person . peraga guilty of
obstrudlf'g Ai tide healkiy rdingi or driv,.
in wagons Y -khnd
Se. . Any person or persons ound guIlty
of shooting on the streets or publioligr"d3A
wilt4iithq iinprporato .liq5t% Ohall pay a fine
of orue dollag, 1.
S8. 5. Any Vedon 6 " esons -ore
ed .giltyf imd qn, o
thereof, shaltp a(lat i nf not les 66 five
nor more thaA en dollats, it theleIord4e
SE. 6. Be It 6rdaled by the Intendant and
Wardens, that any person or persors found
loafing in town f r more than five .days, p.d
not engaged,no~e %dustria putsut. shall
be arrested by the town Marshal and bfought
before the council, .and '. u on failing to
show some visiblCi neam ,Or support, such
person shall be rqu'est6d to leave the town
within the next twenty four hours, and. qpon
failing to do 89, shall bo proseouted for va%
grancy under the law of the State.
SEC. 7. Be it Qrdained, that any bar keeper
or other persons licensed to sell spirituous
liquors, ard who allows a drunken and tpr.
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 fostcring a nuisance and
upon being found guilty, shall forfeit their
licenses or be fined at the discretion of the
SNc. 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
such dog, and shall put upon the neck of
each (log 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 thiaordinance
shall not apply.to dogs in the country that.
follow their owners into town. This ordin
ance to take effect on ahid after the first -day
of May next..
SuE. 9. Be it ordained, Gliat it shall be the
duty of he Town Marshal te promptly arrest
any person or persons who is found guilty of
violating any of the preceding sect ions alnd
confine them in the Guard Ilouse until they
are discharged by the council.
SEc. 10. Be it ordained, that if any per..
son or persons convicted under the preceding
sect.ions, shall fail or refuse to pay the fine
or fines with cost. imposed, the council may
compound them and received street labor,
one days labor to be equal to one dollar in
current funds; Provided, in all such cases
the labor~er furnishes his own meals.
Approved Aprial 21, 1877.
JOHN 1R. GOSSETT, Intendant.
C. P. RoxNlon, Clerk.
IUTTWordsE ofT Mvice,LL
TUTT'S B ES PE CTF'ULLY offered biy ILLLS
TUTT'8 W.~ H. T UTT. M.D. for many PIL
TUTT'S years Demonstrator of Anatomy in IL
TUTT'8 heMdca College of GIeorgia. tePILLS
T,JTT, Thirty years' e'xperience in hePIL
UTT, ractice ofamediclane, together with PILLS
T UTT"8"Sifteen years' teat of Tutt's Pills, PILLS
TUTT'S and the thousands of testlimonials PILLS
T UT T'S iven of their elUcacy, warrant me PILLS
T UTT'8 nI sayi"g5th'''"t"ey'"il**'si've'y PILLS
T UTT'8 cure all aIseases that resuilt from aPLS
TUTT8disasedliver. They are naot rec-.IL
,UT: ommend,)(ed fo all thec ills that af lict P IL L8
T UT T'8 humanity, but for D)vs pepsia, Jaun.. PI LLS
T TTSdice, Conatli>ation P?ileq, Sk in ils- PI LLS
T UT T'S eases, I)ilious Colle Rheumiatism, PIL LS
TUTT'8 P'alpitation of the hIeart, IKidney PILLS
TUTT'S Affections, Femqle Compaiate,&c,, 1L
T UTT'S all of which result from a derani e- ~ L
TUTT'S ment of the Liver, no medicine iias LY
, v rvnsoseesn as DRt. P1 biS
TOTS-TUTT'S PILLSi PILLS
TULTT'S : TUTT'S PILLS PILLS
TUTT'S O EUj ICE No OACGE O PILLS
TUTT'8..... D.. T.......PILLS
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TUTT'S TUTT'S PILlg a PILLS
TUTT'S REQUIR GE OR NAUE- F PILLS
TUTT'8 DAT. -g PILLS
TUTT'S iTEDMN O UT8 IL
TUTT'S TPLSUanTT' conIneLtLtS PILLS
TLUTT'8 :cury, PUEL ExETALEars PI LLS
TUTT'8 io h ol.I PILLS
TUTT'S i OEREDeatcib,PILLS
TUTT'S TUoddieTstin PSodsep PILLS
TUTT'S ibuoyant GpritP, fO apotto PILLS
TUTT'S Aaom fTE. rulsoth PILLS
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TUTT'S TH EN O TUTT'8 IL8AE H PILLS
T'UTT'8 DPELS-PERnotL fndt hAR- PILLS
TUTT'S :o tESl. f PILLS
TUTT'S iSL VRWEE IL
TUTT'8 : PCaRIIAD,LasFF iimbs PILLS
TUTT'S ioo digesioU,RoA n sTREcT, PILLS
TT ae of T UTEEW PILLS. -I PILLS
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DR.T' TUTT'S LSAETE IL
EUT' ES-PP E TLYORANT.LL
TuTres LtaeS credi h anaLS
TUng, PRCe, ytheTusel f afew PtlLS
D TUT Ts NewMYork, AuguT, so,7S
Thwis nriva leda preparain as p er-e
fordme oe dof othles yearst.oisin
cures srt that r ereoined annals of
thDr.us EEetrn o diseases of the s, ngte
frythe diferntw emeis, spetm nodge thou
bontg, have, byth use oy aeewit bttes,pe
eiel rtec nooved herhei ath uh o
DRfcte aUT onr. R Yr.kP Agus 80.D7.
eatrant andhA for th ake ofu wnrer,fied humait
hopeotrit fny becumor gen ealiy knoen."its
fre t hA nyhrm, Oo.la owl t
Send meoy Du,r ittl-. Pbyn expess foP.
e eg,Water ell C I11
fbdreks Ind husbaWdA *Ra Htdtekh
Yemes neel, Robert N ZoW*it, --WeW
y n RAMMA 2Momas W itnsell
s o *. .ooke, Judge of the Eight
'JudletalOironit, on the 18th day of July,
Ai D. -876 esohland biery,,of- the, 'hetrd at
law ofTims'Enimi Johnson, formerly. Tin
aBwwtema Mandellw If any- thei be ther
than the Plaintiffs above named in tha si
% eJ a e ud ired to
. . W I7den
tify themselves and establish their claims to
,he 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 Lp be renderd it this
Gifen r6n 3 hinj and offibe seal at
Pickens, this the 16th day of July A. D.
1870v . .
S. Dh. A~ff
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas for
Plokens ,Couuty, J4 C.
July 20. -186 46 ly
S TAMERING cured by Bates' appliances.
For despription, &a., address SIMPsoN-4
Co1A 6, Xeg ork,,,
We aft now prepated W fhrilsh OetMaanett sittla
Uons for a large nuinb*r of persons, male and female
who are fp
tfreoop.applcatom, Addrees, with stamp,
t5U~IRCO-OPIMAVII Co.) Nashville, Tenn.
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Arrive at Columbia 7 0 a m
Leave Columbia 7 00 p m
Arrive at Charleston '6 40 at
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Leve Charleston 8 OQ p M
Arrive at Atugusta -7 46 a M
Leave Augusta - 0,
Arrive a .t Charlest,on 40'a- 'W
Leave *mninmrvijlle at 780 a m
Arrive at Charlesto4'8: aM
Leave Charleston g . n
Arrive at SuummerviIe p. 4 0pm
Connects at Kingyllie daily te*4t Sune
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Day and Night Trains connAct.at 'August
with Georgia Railroad, Macon and Augusta
Railroad and Central Railroadt This route
via Atlanta is,tbe quickest and most direct
route, and.as comfortable and cheap as an.
other route, to Montgomery, Selma, Mobi6*
New Orleans, and all other points Southwest,
and to Louisvillo, Cincinnati, Chicago, St.
Louis. and all other points West and North,
Day Train connects at Columbia with the
Through Train on charlottee Road (which
leaves at 9 p.'ni.) for all points North.
Night Train connects with Local Train
[which leaves Columbia at 8 a. m.] for points
on charlotte Road.
Laurens Railroad Train connects at Now,
berry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
Up columbia Night Train connects closely
with the Greenville and columbia Railroad.
S. S. 13OLOMONS, Superintendent.
S. B. PicKIss, General Tieket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R R.
CUANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Passenger trains run daily. Sundays except
ed, connecting with n ighit trains on Sout Ii
Carolina lbiirond up and dlown. On andl aft.
cr J/onday, D)ecemiber 1:3, the following will
be the Schedule:
Leave Columbia at 7.46 a mn
Leave AIstoni at 9.15 a m
Leave Newherry at 10.85 a mn
Leave Cokesbury at 2.07 p na
[Leave Belto'n att 8.50 p mn
Arrive at Greenvyille at. 6.85 p mn
rLeavo G reenville at 8.05 a mn
Leave Heltoni at. 9.40 a. mu
Leave (Cokesbury 11 .20 a nl.
acave New berry at 2.40 a m
L.eav e Ailston ait 4.20 p. n
Arrive at Columtnbia at 6.55 p in
tMfrConnect at Aiston witht Trains on the
Spartanburg and Utnion Railroad ; connect at
Colutmbia wit hi Nightt Trains on t he Sout ht Car
olina lRailroad up and down ; also with T1rahT e
going Northi and Sou th on t he Charlotte, Cc.
lumbhia aind A ogutsta atnd the Wilmington, Cc',
Train leave Al,lbevil'' at 9.15 a in., conneoo
ing with D)ownt T1rain fromt Greenville. Leat o
Cokesbury at 2.15 p mt., connectitng with Ip
Traini from C olumbtlia. A ccommliodation Tratir ,
Mondays, Wetluesdays and Fridays. Leese
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beville at 1 o'clock p. mi., connecting with (g
T1rain from Columbia.
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Leave Walhialla at 6.00 a m
Leave Perry ville at 6.46 a rn
L,eave Pendleton at 7.85 a m
Leave Anderson at 8.35 a mn
At rlve at. Belton at, 0.20 a mn
Leave Belt on at 3.50 p mn
Leave Andersott at 4.50 p mn
Leave Poendleton at 5.50 p in
Leave Perryville 6.36 p mn
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Accommtodat ion Trains bet.ween Belton and
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Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Railway
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Leave at Atlanta at 3 p m
Leave Tocooa City at o 46 p m
Leave Westminster at p m
Leave Seneca city at p m
Leave central at 8 26 p m
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Leave Spartaniburg at a ni
Arrive at charlott e at 2 03 a r.a
PAssENGER TRAIN WESTWARD-DAILY.
Leave Charlotte at 2 16 a nm
.enve Spartanbuzrg at a mn
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Leave Easley at 7 08 a in
Leave (2entral at 7 40 a mn
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siik a6i lls divided -Lb tw
1AT4 0s e6ch. ,The Fi Term
Uupes F6 h,,nen , no2di
dr -r mZ d, -July 28d, ahd
tu b h-o. -,
i ns e teripg within two weeks after
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agsd, fat,i40 . Wrholo .'Drms. thos.,etterilg
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16 is' tuore athat Students enter
lka" 4Wmm#Vloement4- when the several
classes are for In .
PRIMARY - DEPARTMIENT.
lst Tertn-Spelling and. Reading.
2d Term--eUipg apd Reading continued
Primary Geogrp I Mertal Arithmetic,
1st Term-Spelling and Reallng continued
Geogaphy'Oontinded; Introduding English
Grammar; -Iements of,Witten Arithmetic
Exercises in Wrlting4
2d Ter--SpeHing and leadntg continued
Elements of Written Arithmetic completed
Intermediate Geography oonplped; Agalmt
ical English Grammar; Priiary U.. S. His
tory;- Exeraises In Writing.
1st Term-English Grammar completed; Phy
sical Oeogrhply; Gommon School Arithtrie,
tic; Towns Analysis- of : Words;
2d 'rerm-Greope's; Analyvis. of Englisl
Langdage; Arithmetic contiiued; Smallei
Composition; -Higher. U. S.. History.
- P"EPARATORY DRPARTMENT.
1st Term Latift Grammar and fTarkness' Elrs
Latin Book; 16atin Reader; Davies' Algebra
History of En gland.
2d Term-F6ur Books of Cwsar; Arnold'i
seoend Latin Book on Analysis of the Latin
Sentence; Greek Grammar; Kendrick'f
Greek Ollendorff; Greek Reader; Davies
Algebra completed;.Natural Philosophy.
1st Term-Six Books of Virgil; Grer I
Reader completed; Plain Geometry; Ilighei
Composition and Rhetoric.
2d Term-Sallust's Cataline & Jugurtha
Xenophon's Anabasis; i1gher Algehr:
commenced; Solid and Spherical (eome.
try completed; Chemistry.
1st Term-Cicero's8Select Orations; Xenophcnf
Memorabilia; Trigonometry aid Surveying
Roman History; Latin Prose Composition.
2d Term-Horaco entire;"Six Books of th(
Ilinds; Greek Prose Oomposition; Algebrc
The abovo course will prepare can
didates for admission into thn Sortio
MORE CLAxSS of any of our Sou thert
Colleges. Students, wvho do not stant
a satisfactory oxamination upon thn
several studies of each class, will no
bo allowed the privile to advanco u
the next h igher, but bo retaineiid it
such class, till'all the studies of it b<
TUITIoN OF PRIMARY DEPARTMENT
Junior Class, - - 5(
Intermnediate Ch:iss, - - 12.5(
Senior "- . 15.0t
No deduction will bo0 mlade for losi
timnC except from prolonged sickness
Monthly rep)orts of lpinetulity, do
portmont, and recitations in nu atu
dy, will be furnishIed parecnts.
J. II. CARLISLE, Principal.
Dec. 23, 1875 17 tf
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CANAL ST., FROM SIXTH TO SEVENTH,
R?ICJM OD, :: VJIRGINJA.
Portable and Stationary,
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Boilers, Castings ol
Brass and Iron, Forgings, &c.
A RCIITE?CTUR A bKEIRON WORK,
In all its branches, done by experienced hands
JMPRO0VED PORlTA4BL ENGINES for
driving Cot ton Gins, Threshing Machines,
Separators, Grist Mills, &c. A number oI
secor.d hand Engines andl Boilers of various
pat ters, in first rate order, on hand1.
'*Repair work solicited an I promptiy (lone.
WM. E. TANNER & CO.
Oct14, 7 l
PIC0EN0 COUIT D!REC10aY,
Senator-R E Bowen.
Representatiz'e-D F Bradley and E II Bates
|Clerk of Court-John J1 Lewis.
Judge of P obate-W G* Field.
Coroner-Berry B Earle
School Commriasoner-G W Singleton.
County~ Comm issioners-B J Johnson Chal
rman--John T Lewis, Thoes P Looper. Clerk
County Commissioners, C L Hlollingsworthm.
t| Trial Justices-Ealey, Luke I. Ariail-Sa.
8|lubrity, -----Cntral, J'o.aes A
Liddell-Pickena C TI., C L~ Hollingsworth
and G WV Tavlor-Dacu.vilc, J B snthcand