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The School Question.
In an interview With th,e Suporin,
tendent of Education to-day, I learn
that it is his intention immediately
after the adjournment of the Logita
turO to issue a circular to the school
officors throughout the Stato inform
ing them of what acts have been pas,.
sed affecting the publio schools, and
also making the apportionment to
which each County will be entitled
under the appropriation bill. The
Superintendent of Education informed
me that ho will manage his depart..
ment on a strictly cash basis;and that
he will insist upon County officials
closing their schools as soon as the
money to which they are entitled is
exhausted. In some counties schools
have already boon open for a longor
time than the appropriation for this
year will pay for, while in others lit
tie or no work has been done in the
schools. This state of things is duo
to the fact that until May 1st there
has boon this year no recognized head
of the educational departmont. The
probability now is that tho appropria
tion for schools for this year will be
about $200,000. In thoto countics in
wich the amount apportionod on this
beasis has already boon Oxhaustod th
schools should bo closod at once. Tho
lIaw by which the district school tax
has horotofore boon loviod has boon
repealod.--Nows and Courier.
(The appropriation, exclusive of the
poll tax, is 8160,000.-ED.]
Good Advice to Farmers.
A gentleman of experience writes:
Perhaps few men have soen the
troubles that farmors have been
brought to in consequence of mort
ggIng their farms more than I have,
and I warn my readers to beware of
the pit they would dig to falt into, by
borrowing money to enable them to
purchase stock, or to cultivate their
farms better and more extensively.
There never was a time within the
present century when farmers need
ed to be so careful not to run in debt
as at the present time. It will do
for young men, with but little money,
to buy really good farms, and run in
debt for a part of the p)urchase mo
ney; but a farmer who is out of debt
-owns his homestead free of mort
gage--would be very unwise to put
even a 811.1l1 mortgago on it. No
matter what his condition is, it would
be better to cut down expenses to the
utmost degree. When a farmer is
out of dobt he can, un a tight pinch,
support his family on a very small
income. His cows, pigs and fowls,
with the breadstu's he can grow,
without any hired help will supply
him with food. Then by keeping
from fifty to one hundred hens, he
cani buy his gr&ceries with the sur..
plus eggs, and with a few pigs fat
toned, a few calves, a little surplus
hay anid grain, he can cloth his
family; and tihus avoid mortgaging
hid farm--the death knell, in most
casos, of a farmer's prosperity and
peace of mind. Every farmer who
finds it hard work to "make both
ends meet," and has girls and boys
growing up, should have a pattch of
strawberries, raspberries, or of. other
small fruits, for the children to weed
and pick, and also to Bell in~ the v11.,
laige, if not iar off. Let the rising
generation among farmers3 be util
ized, by being thus employed at
times in some profitable and p)leasant
work. Strawberries often yield one
hundred bushels per acre, or 3,200
qjuarts, worth anywhere from fifteen
to twenty cents a quart; and many
a farmer has cleared, with the help
of his children, $100 on a quarter of
an acre. The Wilson, CThar les Down.,
ing, Green Prolific, Kentuck y, Chamn
pion, Monarch of the W est, Seth
Boyden, and Jucanda are among the
most popular varietica.
A young lady says that "it a cart
wheel has nine follows attached to it,
its a pity that a girl like her can't
Among the late important State
events In Europe are the deaths of
ismarok's dog and the sultan's cut.
Why should doctors be less liable to
be sick on tine ocean? Blecause they
are more used to soe sick noss.
Certrain ladies in Rhodo Island are
taking steps to establish ai home for
prisoners whose terms have expired.
An Oil City man recently died of
lien but it wna love for. wh1iskoy.
A WELL OSTED LAD.-ilistory
never" jumps over Detroit. Thw e
are too many old battle grounds
around here for the historian to get
past without at least a few para
Thn light at Bloody Run has been
widely read of, and strangers often
ask to have the locality pointed out.
One day a man, who dropped off a
street car at the Jefferson avenue
bridge to look around and let me
mory carry him back to Indian days,
felt anxions to know how the fight
came to be called Bloody Run.
By-anud-by a boy came slamming
along and the stranger buckunud to
him and asked:
"Souny, it this Bloody Run?"
"You are bloody right it i," was
"Right around hero is whoro the
British troops were, is it?"
"Yes, tir; and down in thie gully
there wore the bloudy Injuns."
"And they fought?"
"Bloody suro. They didn't como
here to play, you bot!"'
"Was t10re 1nucIIl h86?"
"A bloody big on e."
"Can you 1oll me," coC tiL1ued ti.C
stranger, looking around, "why tboy
call it Bloody Ru?"
"Ye, 6ir; 'cos when thom soldiera
found there were tei lujuns to
one white tuan, they ran so bloody
fast that you can find old boot heelS
around here yet.-Detroit Free Press
"It is well to loavo 8omething for
thoso aftor us," as a man said whon
ho throw a ,barrol in tho way of a
0oistablo who was chating him.
Josh Billings says he knows peoplo
who arc so fond of arguinont that
they will stop and "disputo with a
guidesboard about the distanco of the
General Sovonyoaritch would be
the man to bring the Rusaians up to
An col is not a8 8lipory as a politi-.
oin, but it can live on water longer.
Now i8.the time to sot out false hiair
Temper i8 a good thing. Keoopit
9':TT' HEED THE
ai0ds of Adi1Co,
UTT'SRESPEoTFULLY offord'. by ILLLS
UTT'8 W. H. TU'TT, M .U. for mny PILLS.
UT'8years DemonIstrator of Antomy in PIL
U'I'I'8th Mical& CoUege of Georgia. PLL
, Thity years' experience nthPILLS
UTT'8 Rfeen years' test of 'ft's Pills, P'ILLS
UT8and the thousands of testimonIials PIL LS
[UTT'8 given of their efficacy, warrant me PILLS
TUTT'8 tin sayin that they will positively PILLS
UT' cure all < Aseases that result from aLS
UTSdiseased liver. They are not rc-~ PILS I
,ommendled for all the ills that amilet PI L
UTT'8 hunanity, b)ut for Dysipepsi a Jann,- PIL L8
UT T'8 dice, Constipat.on Piles, 8kin~ Dib- P IL LS
UTT'8 a Bilious Uolic Rthenyatism, PILLS
UTT'8 ~'litatIon of the ~Iart, lidney PILLS
UTT'8 Afetions, Female Complaints, &c,, PILLS
UJTT'S all of wh letresult from a derange IL
UTT'8 ment of the Liver, no medicine -~5PIL L8
UT'8Ye provn so se nut I IR
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UTT'8 TUTT2' PIKE,S PILLS
UTT'S 0OU 81oE HEADAoH. I PILLS
TUTT'8 I TUJTT'S PILL,S PILLS.
TUTT'8 !REQUIRE NO oCIANGE OF ! PILLS
TUTT'S DIET. PILLS
TUTi-a TV'T'S PILLS PILLS
UTT'S :ARE PUREL.Y VEGUTABLE.i PILLS
TUTT'S T IUITT'R PILLS PILLS
TUTT'S JNEVER GRIPE OR NAUBE- 4 FILLS
TUTT'8 ATE. g j PILLS
'TIIE DEMAND FOIR TUTT'8Si PILLS8
TUTT'B jPILLS is not confined to this! PILLS
TIUTT'8 . country, but oxtends to al1 parts PI LLS
TUTT'S ' of the world. PILLS
TUTT'S iACOLEA RH EAD,elaatic ilmbe,i PIL LS
TUTT'S jgood digestion, sound uleep,! PILLS
TUTT'S : buoyant spirit.., Sine appetite, i PI LLS
TUTT'8 tare some of the resulta of thei PILLS
TUTT'S inse of TUTT'S PILLS. PILLS
TUTT'S : AS A FAMILY MEDIolNE IPILLS
TUTT'S TUTT'8 PILLS ARE THE PILLS
TUTT'S DIBST-PERFEoTLY HARM- PILLS
TUTT'8 LESS- PILLS
TUTT8 iSOLD EVERYWHERE. PILLS
TUTT'8 'PIoE, TWENTY-FIVE CTS. 1'ILf.L4
TUTT'S PRUINoIPAL OFFIo PILL~
TUTT'S I IS M UR RAY ST REET,: PTI S
TUTT'S - gE YORK. :PILLS
This unrivaled preparat,ion has per..
formed some of the most astonishing
cures that are recorded in the ai:'ials of
history- Patients suffering for years from
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 G0 TO RLORIDAs"
D R. T UT T New Yor.Augu,s 8 97
Dear Sir i-When in Athen, last wmater, x used yein,
3Rpeotorant for my cough. and reaseed moebns
from it than anything I ever took. I am eo wonl that
I will not go to 1)orida next Winter a. I intedd
Send me one dosenI bottle. by exproe. for some
friende. ALFRED OUSERIG
35819 West Thirty-first Street.
Boston,,yanuary 11, 1874.
This ettflee th at I h ave reoommenided tho use ol
Dr. Tutt'e Expectorant for diseases of the lungs
for the past two years, and to my knowledge many
bottles have been used by my pationte with the hap
plest results. In two ases whe it was thought oon..
firmed eonsamnption had taken plane the Expeotorant
offected a euro. B . II. SPRAGUE, M.D.
"We can net speaki too highly of Dr. T utt's Ex*
peotorant, and for the make of nuuleorig humanity
hope it may beoome more gennrally known. -6nii.
50o(d by Jerertlate. PrIce SL.Onn
The State of-South Carolina:.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Baylis W Mansell, Fletoher Afansell, Camilla
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'
COMPLAUT 10A RZLIEF, &o.
BY virtue of'a deorfetal order, made by the
Hon. T. 11. Cooke, Judge of the Eighth
Judicial Circuit, on the 18th day of July,
A. D 1876, each and every of the heirs at
law of Tinsa Emma Johnson, formerly Tin
sa Erma Mansell, if any there be other
than the Plaintiffs above named in this i
tion, are hereby summoned and.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
docree for distribution to be rendered in this
Given under my hand and oflice seal at
Picke,i, this the 16th day of July A. D.
S. D- KEITH,
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas for
Pickens County, S. C.
July 20, 1870 46 ly
We are now prepared to furnish permanent situa
tions for a larjg number of persons, male and female
Who04 0 I part,
whoLuIQt of Work -I.i
IMrs sent freo on application. Address with stamp,
SOUTHERN O-OPRATIVR Co., NasZylle, Tenn:
1877 NEW YORK- 1877
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the substitution of statesmanship, wisdom,
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and fraud in the adminstration of public af..
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as opposed to government by frauds in the
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Interesting anid Reliable Correspondence
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Cont aint.ng a completea list all the towns In th e
United States, thre Territories, and the Do
mionibn of Canada, having a population great
er than 5,000, according to the last census,
together with tire names of the newspapersf
having the largest local circulation in each
of the places named. Also, a ca'talogue of
newspapers wich are recbmrtiended to ad.
vertisers as giving greatest value in propor..
tion to prices ohiarged. Also, all newspapers
in tire United States and Canada printing
over 6,000 copies eaich issue. 'Also, all tIhe
Religious, Agricultural, Scientific and luo
cha~nical, Medical, Masonic, Juvenile, Edu
cational, Commercial, Insurance, Real Es
tate, Law,, Sporting, Mursical, Fashion, and
othel' special class journal; very complete
lists. I'ogether with a complete list of over
.300 Germran papers printed in the United
Startesm. Also, an essay upon advertising
many tables of rates, showing the cost of ad
vertisinrg in various newspapers, and Overy
tiring wic~ih a heginer in advertising would
like to know. A'1lress CEO. P. ROWELL
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IT FURNISHES ALL
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Largely in the adjoining Counties,
and to some extent in Western
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AND IS, TIIEREFORIE,
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For the Piokens Sentinel !
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viinity andl surrouinding country. Charges
*101E1i] HIGH 8CHOOL.
F Beholastio year is divided into two
Torms of 20 weeks each. The First Term
00mmenes February fth, and ends June 22d;
the second Term comInences July 28d, and
ends December 7th.
Students entering within two weeks after
the commenoement of th1 Terms, will be
oharged foy the whole Term; those entering
after thi tUm%,k the t40ae of entering.
It tv mitt 86%9=8brY thA Students enter
at the commnoem et, when the several
classes are forming,
Course of Study.
1st Term-Spelling and Reading.
2d Term-Spelling and Reading continued
Primary Geography; Mental Arithmetic,
Exercises in Writing.
1st Term-Spellirg and Reading continued:
Geography continued; Introducing English
Grammar; Elements of Written Arithmetic;
Exercises in Writing.
2d Term-Spelling and Reading eeniniu"k;
Elements of Written Arithniefic compleed
Intermeditte Geography comipleted; Auuly t
ical English Orammar; Primary U. 8. lit
tory; Exercises in Writing.
1st Term-English Grammar completed; Phy..
sical Geography; oommon School Arithmle..
tic; Towns Analysis of Words;
2d Term-Greene's; Analysis of English
Language; Arithmetic . continued; Smaller
Composition; Higher U. 8. History.
1st Term Latin Grammar and Harkness' Eirst
Latin Book; Latin Reader; Davie3' Algebra;
History of England,
2d Term-Four Books of Cvesar; Arnold'o
second Latin Book on Analysis of the Latin
Sentence; Greek Orammar; Kondrick's
Greek Ollendorff; Greek Reader; Davies'
Algebra completed; Natural Philosophy.
1st Term-Six Books of Virgil; Greck
Reader completed; Plain Gcometry; Higher
Composition and Rhetoric.
2d Term-Sallust's Cataline & Jugurtha.
Xenophon's Anabasie; Higher Algebra
commenced; Solid and Spherical Geoum..
try completed; Chemistry.
lst Term-Cicero's Select Orations; Xenophons
Memorabilia; Trigonometry an(1 Surveying;
Roman History; Latin Prose Composition.
2d Torm-Horace 'entire;"Six Booke of the
Iliads; Greek Prose Oomposition; Algebra
The above course will preparo can
didates for admission into the Sor1o
MORE CL.Xss of any of Our Southirn%
Colleges. Students, who do noCt aanid
a satisfactory examnination upon the
several studies of each (chU3, wm) not
bo allowed the privilege to aLdvanu'e to
the next higher,. but be retained( inl
such class, till aill the studicai of it be
TUITION OF PRIMAR Y DEI'AIRT.M NT
Junior Class, - 50
Intermediato Class, - - 12.50
Senior " , . 15.00
Preparatory Department, 20.00
No deduction will bo made for lost
time exceptL from prolonged sickness.
Monthly reports of punctulity, do.
portmcnt, and roeitations in cecn f4ta
dy, will be furnished parents.
J. 11. CARLISL E, Principal.
Dec. 23, 1875 17 t
Fits and E pilepsy
The worst cases of the longest.standing, by
using Dn. HUBSAItn's Cure.
lIt hna. cured ThaonaanLds
and will give $1,000 for a case it will not
benefit. A bottle sent free to all addressing
3. E- DIBBLE, Chemist, Office: 1855 Broad
way, New York.
SHUN DRUG POISONS.
MEDICINE RENDERED UsELesS.
Volta's Electro Belts and
are indorsed by the most eminent physicians
in thne world for the cure of rheumatism,
neuralgia, liver complaint, .dyspepsia, kidney
disease, aches, pains, nervous disorders, fits,
fenmale complaints, nervous and general de
bility, and other chronic diseases of the ches't,
head, liver, stomach, kidneys and blood.
Cook with full particulars free by Volta ltc
Be , Cincinnati, 0.
METROPOLITAN W 0 R K S,
CANAL ST., FROM SIXTH To SRVENTHf,
RICHMOJvD, :: VI1tGINIA.
Portable and Stationary,
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Boilers, C'astings of
Brass and Iron, Forgings, &c.
A RCIIITECTURA I.E IRON WOR?K,
In all its branches. (lone by experienced h anmd4
iMPROVED PORTABli ENGINES for
driving Cotton Gins, Threshing Maochines,
Separators, Grist Mills, &c. A nnumber of
second-hand Engines and Boilers of various
patters, in first rate order, on hand.
Repair work solicited and promr tiy done
WM. E. TANNER & Mn.
Oct14, 7 ly
Sen ator-R E Bowen.
Representatives-D F Bradley and E Ji BIte?
Clerk of 0ourt-John J Lewis.
Judge of Probate-W 0 Ficld.
C'orone----Brry 1B Earle
School Commnissaone-O W Singleton.
Couy Commissoners-B *3 30 hr son~ (j f.s I
rmnan-John T L'w is, Thos P !,ooper. eIh-rn
County CommnissioneCrs. C L, la;iny a th
Trial Justies-EasleyI, LukAe T. Ar> 1*-.h
ilubrity, - - - - 7'C ':'. Itf
Lidldell-ickensi C II., C L. He ~~won
South Caroi a
CHAnL-94TOVi 8. 0., Dec. 18, 1875.
On and after &nday, Dieknber 19, the
Pasuenger Trains ou the - South Carolina
Railroad will run as follows:'
Leuve Charleston 9 15 a
Arrive at Coluwbia 8 00 P u
. FOR AUGUSTA.
Leave Ch4fMston 9 16 a a
Arrive at Augusta 15 P a
(Sundays exoepted.), -
Leave Columbia 9 00 a a
Arrive at Charleston 4 45 p i
Leave Augusta - 9 00 a
Arrive at Charleston 4 45 p P
COLUMBIA NIGIT EXPREs.
Leave Charleston 9 15 p a
Arrive at. Columbia 7 20 am
Leave Columbia 7 00 p m
Arrive at Charleston 6 40 a m
AUGUSTA NiCIIT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston 8 00 p M
Arrive at Augusta 7 45 a m
Leavo Augusta 8 80 p m
Arrive at (1harleston 7 40 a a
c7imaierville at 7 80 a m
Arrive at Chiarlestou 8 45 a m
Leave Oharleston 8 15 p M
Arrive at IIinummervillo 4 30 p m
Connecs at Kingville daily [except Sun*
dtlys] withli Up and Down Day and Passenger
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta
with Georgia Railroad, Macon and Augusta
Railroad and Central Railroad. Ahis route
via Atlanta is the quickest and moSt diret
route, rnd as confortablo and cheap a4 any
oth- route, to Montgomery, Selma, Mobile,
New Orleans, and all other points S6uthwest,
and to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St.
Louis, and all other points West and Nofth
Day Train connects at Columbia with the
Through Triin on charlottee Road (which W
leaves -o. 9 p. in.) for all points North.
NI-ht; 'Train contects with Local Train
[w.o rve C'inba at 8 u. m. for points
onl charlotte ho!."I.
Lauren,A hailroad Train connects at New
berry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
Up columbia Night. Train connects closely
with *ie Grecuv illo id columbia Railroad.
s. 1. POfLMONS, Superintendent.
S. .B. PicliN, G,,oral Tieket Agent.
Gw viO : Columbia R R.
CIIAGE loF SCHEDULE,
P asenger trni;s run daily, Sundays except
ed, connectingu withI night trains on South
1rann ~. :inr-d 1u p anid dlown. On and aft
(Mr d-m. y i-ca r 1 3, the following 'wil
be the ;chediule:
Lr~v C~'v11.>~itt7.45 a a
Liiv .-.t-i~~t.9.16 a ra
l.w.'c N~~Wry at1O.85 a m
!*r-','e"ske-liuy at2.07 p m
!,., ':t8.69 p m
Arive at ..m~vilea ut 6.85 p a
Lea-ve Greenrville at 8.05 a m
L.v'e i3e!tn '1- 9.40 a a
Leave Cokesbury 11.20 a a
&.cave Newberry at 2.40 a a
Leave Aiston at 4.20 p m
Arrive at Columbia ar 6.55 p m
cNrConnect at Alst on with Trains on the
Spartanhr; and Union Railroad; conneet at
Corlumisii with Yi-ht Trains on the South Car
jlinai -ai': sad ie and dlown ; also.yith Traies
get j %* '. :7. '' ,:th on the Chlt.lotte, Ce.
u .i an i:.;;nta and the Wilmington, Com
Traiin 1.mve A bbeville at 9.16 a mn., connects 4
ing withi I'Wn Traini from Greenville. Leate
Cokbur at 2. 13 p La, GonnIect ing with Ip
T rain feone Co" Ilumil i. Acecommiodation Trair,
Mondlays, Wecladnsdys and Fridays. Lea:e
Cokesbur-y at 111.115 a mn., or on the arrival ef
the Downi Train frm Greenville. Loaves A1a
betviilc at 1 o'clock p. mn., connecting with (g
Train fr-om Columbhia.
ANDERSON BRANCH AND TLUB RIDGE
Leave Waihalla at 6.09 a a
Leave Perryvillc at 6.45 a a
Loavo Pendleton at 7.86 a a
Leave Anderson at 8.86 a a
Ax rive at Belt.on at 9.20 a a
Leave Rehon at .86
Leave Andmi'on at 46
Leave Pen:lleto-n at 66
Leave Perryville .6
Arrive at Walhalla 71
Aucommaodat ion Train, between Blelton and
And-.erson on1 Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturn -4
d ay3, L eave Belton at 9.60 a in., or on arrive
al f-f 1I)wn1 Train from Greenville. Leave
Au-'-reu at 2.00 p mn., connecting with Up
TilOMAS DO DAMEA D,
J.m~ NORTON, Jr., General Ticket Agent
A Cant . & Richmond Air Line Railway' 4
j'Ad:NOV.R TRAXiN EAsTWARD--DAIL'f.
Lev 'I,;t Atlanta at8p
Lenve Toco" (it.y at ~ 4
Leave Westmuister atp
Leave Pecea Amy aitpa
Leave central at82pm
LeeCve EaslO' Cd 9.2p
Leatve G r'-'ville as 94
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