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SHerr 4oq1Vs%4 otl
sensation in u iMS sad Austr4a
1n NM MadamotA0a
.whiolr Wiseht#M, sod I WAI" has
pro e es iveo 0 1fi the
s9ea~.I r pm,~ and
thesWlse M"nost s4a maf6k
lesh $%aldffri An W'.aps
pended with istructioq%Aq&
Herr Hoeffn forbids- absolutely all
purgative and emetic medicine will
have in all cases a pernicious effect.
Only strengthowing howritbaent, like
bonflion, eggs, and so on, will hold
np te vital powers, prevent the upp.
a] palsy, and secure a quick onre. At
the same time Iloefft forbids the
touqh;g of the larnyx with "lapis
infernalia," (nitrate of silver) because
its use, in consequence of its tragility
and the danger of the child swallow
ing a pJ001,k not th -bb redoWmn
ded. In the first place are.necessary
pretty thick and Ipretty soft hair
brushes, fastend on a solid stiqkt
like a. heavy penholder. It is bet
tor to have several of these brushes,
and espgcially The physicians should
alway.s cirry with ,them such brklah
es, in'd the necessary inedicine in
large quantities, and at the same
time It would be a good thing if, in
every house, brushes and medicine
tWi ninodiato use were at hand. The
medicine is compoed in the follow
ing mater: Dissolve sixty grammes
Qf acidum tannicum in one hundred
and twenty grammes of hot water,
and add to this solution ten grammes
ot kalichiloricum, and there is a rein
ody with which you can successfully
overcome every case of diphtheritlis
The manipulation is easy enough.
Take some of the above solution in E
little dish, wet it with a brush, and ir
a quick movement, gliding over th<
tongue, carry the brush into th4
throat, tur'n it right and left around
its axis, draw it forth, clean it in v
glas of weter, dry it, and repeat the
p)rocedure three to six times, accord
ing to the nassde of esime and bole
tus in the throit. This 'operation
must be repeated three times a day
and, it it is possible, by the physiciani
himself. If the children are intelli,
gont enough, lot them gargle as oftez
as possible with cold water, or a so In
tion of kali chloricum-teaspoonful
in a cup of water, while as to chiil'
dien und&r four yeoars the throat and
the mouth must be cleaned with an
ot1er brih, and a solution of kali
chloricum. Besides this, the mouth
must be brushed every hour witb a
solution of-tour grammes of borax
and thirty grammes of rasberry
syrup). The main point is, therefore,
no iuternal medicioel In cases ol
tenesmus a few little clysters, of twc
or four ounces of cold water will be
sufficient. Add to this a nourishine
but light diet-veal or chicken soup,
soft eggs,'the fleah of an anchovy, and
80 on--and let the patient drink only
fresh and cold water. It must not be
toargat.nAbat diphtheria is a very
contagious. disease, and therefore the
patienit must be separated from all
other members of the family. The
brushes for one.child cannot be used
fort anoth)er patient; the sick roomn
must be disinlected; the wash bowl
and the dishes must be cleaned with
*car bolic acid and water. In short
you cannot be cautions onough if you
would prevent your house from being
t he scone of a horrible epidemical
IMports from numerous "hopper
dozed" States indicate that the hop
)eare hatching sout by the million,
but that they mysteriously disappear
in large numbers, seemingly, niot
having suffleient vitality to success
fully ma.ure, and the hope is thus
gaining ground that they will not be
as destructive to the growing crops
as In former years.
Three nie* were found hanging to
a e->ttpn wood tree in Texas the other
dlay, with a card stating this: "Cat
tIe thieves, streb is lire." We don't
want such life.
"W~ell if this isn't meant" said aun
i ndignitn bick-pocket. "IIeore's this
ielIes a:goin about with this 'ere yal,
Jer chaina, and when I pulls it ont
there'aln't nd watch on the end of it.'
Hard wrds msostly flow from sofi
At g us e day.
the folT0 ag inafes were aopted and
ordered to be published In the Pierais BSzff
TruL, to wit:
Sorsox 1. Be it odalbed by the Intend
that from and after t is date, drunkenness,
Aghting, or --t---A-n jebgt, or aWtng In
a bisteroes manner on th street, in pro,
tt wn Marsbal
and be brought bejQre the Council, and on
conviction thireof albil jAy afifie of not less
than Ave nor more than fifteen dollars, 4t tbiq
discretion-i t oba'ezL
NA9. 2. Aiy peson or pereas eavited
ot :uig proMao or -ulgir language on the
soreetW sido walks, shl pay a fine of not
less than one nor more than five dollars for
every sach ;Kise.
Se. & Ap% person or persons guilty of
obstructiu the 'ide *asby riding, or driv.
ig wagons -ad vehicles of any kin$ whate.
soever thereon, oT by hitching horses to
fences or gates, shall pay a fine of one dollar.
Sac. 8. Any person or persons found guilty
of shooting on the streets or public highways
within the incorporate limits, shall pay a fine
of one dollar.
SEc. 6. Any person or persons horae
raging insie *f .ar9poraiou, shall-be. deem
ed guilty pf ss 'S g', %nd op ,convUt ion
thereof, shall0ay' a'. of not less thbn five
no* more than ?Neen dollrs, at thediscretion
SEu. 6. Be it ordained by' the Intendant and
Wardens, that any person or persops found
loafing in-town for more than five .dsys, a4d
ao4 engaged in some industrial pur*61t, shall
be arrested by the town Marshal and brought
before the council, ,nd upon failing to
show some visible' teans of support, such
person shall be requested to leave the town
within the next twenty four hours,jad upon
failing to do so, shall lie prosecuted for va
grancy under the law of the State.
Szc. 7. Be it ordained, that. any barkeeper
or other persons licensed to sell -spirituous
liquors, ard who allows a drunken and tur
bulbnt crowd of men to congreg:te in and
around his place of bueiuess to the disturb
ance and good order of the t,)wn, shall be
deemed guilty of fostering a nuisance and
upon being found guilty, shall forfeit their
licenses or be fined at the discretion of the
Sze. 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 dog a leather collar, inscribed by the
Town Marshal with the initial letters, T. 1'.
(Tax Pail) 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.
SF.c. 9. Be it ordained, that, it shall be th(
duty of the Town Marslial to promptly arresi
any person or persons wiho is fouand guailty ol
violating any of the preceding sections and
confine them in thie Guard House uietil they
are discharged by the council.
8xc. 10. De it ordained, that if any per,
son or persons convicted under the i recedin~
sect.ions, shall fail or refuse to pay thie tine
or fines with cost Imposed, the council ma:
compound them and received sireset labor,
one days labor to be equal to one dollar in
current funds; Provided, in all such caset
p the laborer furnishes his own meals.
ApprovA Aprial 21, 1877.
JON .GOSETT, Intendant.
C. P. Roin, Clerk.
TUTT'S HEPTH ILLS
TUTT'b PETPULYofee yILLLS
TUTT'S W.H TT ND, mnPILLS.
TUT'[eaeial t or f arto y PILLS
TUTTS Thrtyea tncei th PILLS
T UT'Soratic meie t r wthPILLS
'TUTS feeyar'TestLL offere Pils,ILLS
TU'TT'8 n h huad ftsioil IL
TUTT'Ssa thtth ill otively PILLS
T UT'S re a saesa eut,ro a. ILL
T UT' osn h1 er.a ti eo i heT PIL LS
T UTT'S ueieofmdete but lawn- PIL LS
TUTT'S niTe er'ts fTf IIlls- PILLS
TUTTn's adt e osn fteutmatiam, PILLS
YTT'8 ElVNo hi fiay ar Kin PILLS
UT'8 "t mm in t tte ilpstie,, PILLS
TUTTn'S qmne all th ier, tno redict ero a PILLS
TUTTsaed ero The al noVEt tee
TUTT'5 omedeLoLalte i hta.lc PILLS
T T -u *---- but-.---....-s~..----..." PIL LS
iTUTT'uSea o TUPP PILBiII PILLS
TUT'SI OUE IoK EAA E. PILLS
T T' A~eTsomPma corn aE. a PILLS
TUTT'S ueEQUIRE Nhe Liv Hno E OeiinF PILLS
TUTT'5 evr DVe oItE.ill snA PILLS
T UT'8 8VETBL LVRPILLS
TT '8 ARP PRLYVELSEE PILLS
TT'S NEVER ' PRIPLOLASE PILLS
TUTT'8S UICSC A ACH- I PILLS
TUTT' LS conTmed toLl Phs ILLS
TT'S IEQRE eNd toA all pat PILLS
TI .of hewrdIE PILLS
TUT' IA..... ED,.ast...b.,PILLS
TUTT'8 godd sin on le,PILLS
TUT' bRuy PUrtL, OneJ a ti PILLS
TUTT'Sare.sm..ofthe.rsult th PILS
TUTT' us o TVTTS PILLS PILL
TUTI FAMR GILY0N EDUSI PIL
TUTIT'8 '8PLLTE -IL
TUT'"8 j ~~ . . . .:PILLS
wor ETRWEE PILL
TIJ'S.f9Re ld al at ILL
TUTI - ---. ,.......PILLS
TUTis *grood igetion, tond slc, per-L
TUrmed tboant ofdrthe moin apti hinIAL
cutt' are roneoddi the nnaoft s o IT
1the" varioe ofdiTse of.the Lug after
aad f dollaruintvlin Band. doctor
... .at.0.r..~.s. ..n.d.e.bee
fositha ayhin I everYWt ERk. P mseltat
Send 5e on eWENttles,Ib exprS. I some
noU ASton..Tanar ILLSa
Tr.Tutt' N setrn YOE enaof PeILLS
bottles hav benueIysyndmt ILSp
This reute. In~ two ses were i wasgh per
fored osaton haoaknplo the o astoshng
ted ai ise ses of. te PuAGs, after
tryie deren t rmedkoies, speDing Tth'a
in. hpcoant, andfo the se of auffeiw bottles,
hopeetomant bfoomye ugr gandealye mknown."s
The 8WO 41So ft"Ra.
IIendrieks and hwaWs ifeluld1d
and others- Plaintiffs.
James Boswell, Robert E Bowes, Wm A
Clyde, Henry-4 -e111re4- W Russell
Orlando C Folger and oth er-efendants'
CoMIANT Vp /3MEr&. 'A
I fit ord" de
1 Hon. T. H. Cooke, Judge of the E ghth
Judicial Circuit, on the 18th day .f JuJy,
A. D. 18t6,'each and -eyery of the heits at
law of Tines -Emma Johnsou, ftrmerli TWn
as Eirma Mansell, it any there bW thei
than the Plaintiffs above named in this ac
tion, are herpby sommonied anti required to
appear 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 distibutkon to be reqtdered iw, this
action. f .
Given under my handi and offee seal at
Pickens, this the 15th day of July A. D.
8. D- KEITH,
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas for
I ickpas Vou6ty, a. C.
July 20. 1876 46 ly
ZY LZ O
whofare o 0 or PaIrtic
lIas sent free on applicatkn. Add with stamp,
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S enator-R E Bowen.
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Clerk of Court-John 3 Lewig.
Judge of P-obate-W 0 Field.
C'oroner--Berry B Earle
Bchool Commsseoner-O W Singletoni.
m.u!ont omishosB Johnson Chai..
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Qqbsbb18 p al * bliow 04D9 J
Arrive at AvFO ui # A.
Arrive at p peton 445
Leave Augusta 9 0f 6
Arriv at Charleston 446
CUiftif NU '; --'. 1Ito-.
Arrive at Columbia
LeaV Colniib - r
AUGVSTA NIGHT EXPIF3S.
Arrive at Augusta
Leave Augsta. 8 80 va
Arrive at dhbaleston 7 -n
Connects at iP t F3pU%
d.ya] with Up ad I,P" sf 494 Irsoegr
Day and Night diw 6o"t" itAUt
with Georgi Rorooaefflu .84 *Wuo
Railroad and Oedtra kailrtad. This roate
viA Atautk is the qqtb"t.-4td. apM Ak6*9
route, and as comfortable and "a Y.
other route, to Wintgonery, et I,
New Orle&as, :d:All other ante 4Zwebt,
and to Louisville, Cincinnati, icago, St.
Louis. and all othe pointa West a dNeAh
Day Tr'in conneets A telabia wih il
Through Train on charlottee Ro#d (wh
leaves at 9 p. in.) for all poinis'Ntrli.
Night Train connects with Local'Isfa
[which leaves Columbia at 8 a. m.].for points
on charlot te Road.
Laurens Railroad Train.eo"ueets at:ew.
berry on Tuendays, Thursdays . &ad atjr.
Up columbia Night Train coneetadIely
with the Greenvilleand columbia Railroad,
8. 8. SOLOMONS, 'tpetinteddist.
S. B. PacKass, General Tikit Agen
Greenville & ColuMbla. .
CHANGE OF SCHEDILE,
Passenger trains run daily. Sundays excepo
ed, connecting with night trains 'en S odth
Carolina Railroad up and.down.. Onras aft
er Monday. December 18, the following will
be the Schedule:
Leave Columbia at 74
Leave Alston at9.5a
Leave Newberry at 1.1aa
Leave Cokesbury at2.7pm
Leave lBelton at .0pi
Arrive at Greenville at &Sp
Leave Greenville at 80 ai
Leave lielton at 4Qai
Leave Cokesbury 1.0am
..eave Newberry at 24
Leave Alston at 4 pi
Arriv at olumia a7.46 a m
g~~Conectat Aaton ith9rai 6 an te
Bparanbrg nd UionRairoa 10.86ec atm
goin Norh an Souh onthe hayl.60e ya
luwba un Auustaand he il8i.to a
Coksbuy a 2.6 pin. couinctIu;42 p
Trrine fro Columbia. *atcom.do Trl6 a
~1ay,Conne a ltowith rais e th
osprburg t1.6 and. Unon Raload ; tonneet at
thColbwt h Trains orenl. Lae-O.t Lba
Trin fairoad oupbaddw. lowt.ri.
AumbOn Austa AND th Wlmigtn R cG
Treave Ab eville at5.1a 0. aonne
Leag witeronyrain ate Grevl.4 6iave
LoesbuAnroat 6pS,cnetn.8 ail T
Lrarom oluba .Aco60alo prair
Leakebr atn11.to ats. or.60h pria ei
Lehe Pown Trinrolrenile 0.86e pA,
Arrivle at 1 o'chloc p.7,16agea pit (g
TAincfomolaiTan ewe J~taa
clyLeave leton at 9.0.86.,o *a r
LuervMAden at 0pi. co.86a wit mp
Leae el oe era- 83p.60 pdna
Leav Anerso a S4.60U4n
Leave ateAdletn at 3.5 p i
Leave Perryailiey6.8. p am
LArve at Walla .7:1 p a
LAvcommodation. Trin bewenelenad
dyLeave ltoat 9.0 1m,o a rr
Anevr. at, at0 p., 8nci wi0 aUp
Lean a tmisthra An aanwa
LeAvesTNfoo Ti ATw0aD-Da LY.
LArve at AtlantaM at 3 p m
LeaveWestinste at, - , . p l
Leor Bea cityla, po4~4tm tale
Lave nral anton ti8 s eg 6 4 ra
poettvo Eaey ' e 1~iiat . . 12 a,
Arrive at chaslori, 08~soe, wad.
a ssfornia ay osowaD -D~.Allv ..
Weake arenrqdia& aAa,Oc N
2LeIyI.Kenillteoa, 6t~is 4Q s,
LNoe oney audg es fI 06t ai rat
Eiant great~ and 1e 4ifomd a to
mLerowadsaity baa~quc tas
Lad farminstpeert. a mral
aln orenalnohto C Ia reard tLtrP s
Oaiiornia a t o d sF&,aT.