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Gov. Hampton in Virginia.
GREENBRIER W. SULPHUR SPRINGS,
WEr Va., August 16.-There was
an enthusiastie and patriotic demon
stration at tho main front of the
hotel to night, elicited by the pr
sentation of Gov. Hampton of South
Carolina, to the tr-Oop13 of the two
Virginias encamped bore. The aev
cral coiimands were in line, and the
company, comyiprising visitors from
many States, poured out from tho
parlors and hall room. After welk
coming airs from the band of the
i'Arat Virginia R3,egimont, its colonel,
Eradloy T. Johnsoin, deiiverud a Ueat
Referring to the fact that iu the
late labor disorders the services of
his rgiuent were promptly tendered
the President for any defence of the
National Capital, and ho doubted not
.that a like tender of' citizen soldiery
fromn the South would have been
made had it been necessary, lhe ins
stan'ced tho tact. also that in the ranks
of the MaLLIons Guards of West
Virginia, among the troops present,
were men who had womrn the blue
and men who had worn the gray in
the late war, and this was a type
of the reconciliation which the men
of the two ar'mies would have the
Governor Matthews, of West Va.,
also spoke, eloquently welcoming
Governor Hampton to West Virginia
and rejoicing in the reissue of South
Carolina from the more than Egyps
tian bondage which she had suffered,
through the efforts of her distin
guished citizens, the progress of which
the people of the two Virgin ias had
watched with deep sympathy to its
final happy and peaceful consuma
Governor Hampton responded with
warmth and direcipes. He felt
deeply the honors done to his State
by this hearty, cordial demonstration
not only by the people of the two
Virginias, but by the representatives
of so many States here present. Ho
appreciated the value and impor
tance of the citizen soldiery as the
safe reliance of the States, and, in
case of need, b.y the general govern-,
ment itself. We needed not a large
standing army, for uinder equal laws
anid the proper administration of the
constitution of the country--and that
constitution South Carolina accepted
most loyally, with all its amendments
--the .men of the South would as
readily stand forth as the men of the
North hereafter in support of the
government of the Union. The con
test in South Carolina had been
waged for the equal rights of all
under the constitution, and on that
basis alone, and lhe thanked God that
South Carolina, so long known as
"the Prostrate State," was now again
"the Paihnetto State." She long ap..
peared almost without hope, but the
spirit that attniated her in the Re
volution stillesurvived, anid once more
independence is achieved. It was
most grateful to witness the spirit of
fraternity ar,d peace which was flow
spreading over the land, and which
lhe hoped the policy of reconciliation,
of justice and honor would conlsum
mate for all time. IIad the liberality
and p;atriotiom that animated the
brave men w,bno met each other in
arms during the war prevailed at its
clcse, a fuall reconciliation and perfect
fraternity would have been ostab
lished long ago; but those who were
invisible in the war were to the front
when it was over, and their malign
influenO. had delayed the happy re
sit now befog attained. He was
glad the blue and the gray mingled
in the West Virginia Guards, and be
recognized that it was a great honor
that they had paid him and his State
in appearing here to welcome him.
Time was when he had not been so
glad to meet the blue, though he a
ways gave them as warm a recep
tion as he could. Ie was truly glad
to meet them now, and never morq
waranly, but in a different sense. By
unison and traternity be bopod pro&
pority would coio to all.
The speeches generally excited
much enthusiasm *among the large
audience, especially some of the
pints of Governor IHampton.
The Courier-Jourinal insists that
Republican protection its 'robbing' the
American 'toiler,' and the Canada
Loader and London Guardian says
that the same tariff iti producing the
best machinery in the world and driv
ing out British products from the
Auerican markets and forcing AmerN
ican manufacturers into Britiub mark.
ots. Which its right?-Philadolphia
The Courier-Jourina-l, of cour8o; for
Ni iLish products aro driven out of
Amorican markots for the express
purpose of moking tho American peo
plo pay a few "protected" manufac
turoro from 20 to 150 per cent. moro
for thcir goods than the British arti
cles would cott. That i r-:bhing and
imi.oing oni the pe)plo fior the icefit
(f I-he few. N igoe
Learnod professors know about
thirty thousand woi ds; children of
two from two to six hundred; ordi
nary pcople ten thouamd; book
agents iii) million iiino hundred
and ninety-nine thousand nine hun
dred and ninetysn:ino. When they
learn the word "quit" their ed uca
tion will be compjlete.
Why is3 a8 newsp~baper li ke a tooth,
ache?-Bcauuse every one s'hould
have ono of his own, aind not be boms
rowing his neighbor's.
Dignity is expen8ive, and without
other good qualities, is not particular
"You've pinned it back," he cried with grief,
"Much further than you'd orter;
Your front stanids Out In bold relief
My darter! oh, my darter!"
SE A RLO0T T'N INSTITUTE,
NOR YOUNG LADIE8.
.REV. 8. TAYLOR MARTIN, Principal
CH AR LOTTE, N. C.
Tho exercises of this Institution wilt be
resumed with a full corp. of efficient In,.
structors, on 28th September, 1877. Board
and tuition pr term $100. For oatalogno
write to Tidy's Bookstore, Charlotte, N. C
COLLEGE, N, C,
PREPARATORY CL & ss
Taught by the Prof's. of Latin, Greok and
Mathematics,.. Session begins September 27,
1877. Send for catalogue to J R BLAKE,
Chairman of Faculty.
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PLAINT. to nourish the body, and
O hence their efficac incur.
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Gray Hair can be changed to a
glossy black by a single application of
Dr.' UTr'slair Dye. It acts like magic,
and is warranted as hsarmlrsA i water,
Price $t.o. Office 35 Murray St., N. Y.
WHAT VS QUEEN'S DEUGHT?
Read the A.-er
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c:ialy atIaltcd i L I. et'ro t 1 kf 1t t r1 matt.
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ulouas, ypishit ic, :aud rl.ur an t.r':d tij,.. Ala ae,
it it a searchinii- altralive!, but whl 'a.,bined witl
Sarsaparilla, Ycllo w Dock, anad lier.herbs, it forms
Dr. Tutt's Sarsaparilla
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Th otpowerful Id'load puarifer known~ to nedical
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dieart-;c , ciro;'. y, kiattney cotupalaint evil AIect~. of
sertiet pr:ttic1 dissordce ti:er an.3 spleen. Its use
strengIeten the ra-rva,tas system n ,nat a fair coan
pleiona~, and iiles up the b ody' with
H-EALTHY, SOUDL FLESH.
As an .ntidote to -Jphilitic poison it Is strongly
rccort.mntaded. liiandreds~ O~ casesl or the worst type
have been raadicall y curert by it. )Lein.g purely vcg.
etable its continmed use wvill do no harmt. The best
time to take it ia <during the suanamer and fall ; and
irnste.ut of debility, hea<:-.che, ('ver and ague, you
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Cristadoro's Hair Dye in the SAFEST and
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NOT STAIN the SKJiN, andi is casily applied.
It is a standard prepargation, and a favorite
upon every well appointed Toilet for Lady or
Gentleman. Sold by Druggists.
J. CRIBT ADORO,
P. 0. Box, 1638. Now York.
Dec 21,1886 10 8
DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY & WEEKLY,
CJOL UMA, 8. (2.
HOYT, EMLYN & MoDANIEL.
JAMES A. HOYT, Editor.
The Daily Register contains the latest news
of the day, all commercial, political and other
n atter Bent by telegrap)h, full local reports,
editorials upon all current top)ics and
Grange and Agricultural Department s.
The Daily has a circltion extendling to
all parts ot the State, is circulated ju non-l
every State in the, Union, anti consequentIly
incrcasing; thecrefore, as an advertising me
diumu it cannot be su~rase.
The Tri-Wchkly Rogister's is lasued every
Tuesday, .Thursday arad saturday mfornfing,
and contains~ all theo news of the daysn in one
The Weekly Register is an Er0 !fT PAQGE
paper,oontaining FOR TY -ELG IT COL UMNiI
embracing theocreamn of news of cach week.
This paper is within the reach of every faimily,
and we are pleased to state the fact that Its
large circulation is rapidly extending.
The Register is now the Organ of the State
Grange, and all mattrs of interest to the
Patrons.of Husbandry will be treated in their
appropriate department. The Agriouttural'
and Orange articles will appear in each of
our publications3-Daily, Tri-Weekly and
TERMS OF SUJB8CRIPTION.
DAILERY 'lROIsTER--.One Year, $7 00; Six
Months, $3 50; Thrco Months, $1 75.
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The best and ch'apest BOOK andl JOB
PRINTI NT1, of every descript 4ion, promnptly
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All kinds of Law UlIanks on hand, whuit
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Proprietortj and' l'nbllishers.
May 31, 1877
y 1 HU(NDRFID A MONTh TO
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187 NXW YORK-. ~ 1877
. The different editions of THS BUN during
the next year will be the samo adrlog the
yer that has passed. The daily *d1ioa will
on week days b, a sheet of four and on
aodsii a eew " eIh& p"e ot 16 broad
Golumar; while the weekYe"Won will be a
sheet of eight pages of the same dimensions
and character that are already fbuillar to our
The Sun will continue to be the strenuous
advooate of reform and retrenohmen, and of
the substitution of statesmanship, wisdom,
and Integrity for hollow pretence, Imbecility,
and fraud In the admin.atlon of public al.,
faire. It will contend for the government of
the people by the people and for the people,
as opposed to government by frauds in the
ballot box and in the counting of votes,, en
forced by military violence. It will endeavor
to supply its readers-a body now not far
from a million of souls--with the most care.
ful, complete, and trustworty accounts of cur.
rent events, and will employ for this purpose
a numerous and carefully selected staff of re
porters and correspondents. Its reports from
Washington, especially, will be full, accurate,
and fearless; and it will doubtless continue to
deserve and enjoy the batred of those who
thrive by phindering the Treasury or by
uwinrping what the law does not give thom,
while it will endeavor to merit the confidence
of the public by tofen-ling the rights of the
peoplo against the encroachments of unjusti.
The price of the daily Sun will be 66 cents
a mouth or $6 50 a year, post paid, or with
the Sunday edition $7 70 a year.
The Sunday edition alone, eight pages,
$1 20 a year, post paid.
The Wockly Sun, eight pages of 56 broad
columns will be furnished during 1877 at the
rate of $1 a year, post paid.
Tho benetit of this large reduction from the
previous rate for Tho Wockly can be enjoyed
by iu-lividual subscribers without the necos
sty of Makillrg up cube. At the saine timo,
if any of our friend,? chr;o to aid in extend
ing our eireulatien, we shaill be grateful to
thum, and every suci pernU who sends us ten
or more subscribers from one place will be
entitled to one copy of the paper for himself
without charge. At one dollar a year, poet
age paid, the expenses of paper and printing
are barely repaid; and, conisidering the size
of ho sheet and the quality of its contents,
we are confident the people will consider The
Weekly Sun tle cheapest newspaper publish,
ad in the world, and we trust also one of the
very best. A ddress,
TH '-UN, NVW York Oity, N. Y.
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Addi Cea, J:.aj es Rec.~ . N, '
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lan. beat f.I'i rrly joutr.d, finely listrated
IPlte itih ume drat rumbier. I'rinox ouily 2C.
cents for the year. The first No. for 1877
Juot imo~id In Germain ardi Englis.;,
Vick's Flowver and Vegetable Garden, In
60 cents; with elegant cloth covers $1.00.
Vick's Calalogue-800 ilustrations, only 2
JaNus Viox, Rochester, N. Y.
FLOWER AND VEGETABLE GARDEP?
!s the most beautiful work of the kind in the
world. It cont ains nearly 160 pages, hun
dreds of fine illustrations, and six chromo
plants of flowers, beautifully drawn and col
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covers $1.00 In elegant cloth. Printed in
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Vick's Flora! Guide, Quarterly, 25 cents.
Vick's Catalogue--800 Illustrations, 215 ets
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Jan. 26 20 dt
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HAVING-returned and permanently loca
- ted at Piokeneville, respectfually offers
his Professional services to the citizens of that
vicinity and surrounding country. Charges
May 9 d1
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PIXCENS HI0H SCHOOL.
FVEZ Scholastic year Is d1videi into two
JV Terms of 20 weeks eh. The First Term
commnees February 6th, and ends June 22d
the seond Term commences July 28d,
ends December 7th.
Students entering within two week. afte
the commenoement of the Terms, will be
charged for the .whole Term; those entering
after this time, from the time of entering.
It is more satisfactory that Students enter
at the commencement, when the several
olasseb are formisg,
Course Of Stdy.
lit Term-Spelling and Reading.
2d Term-Spelling and Reading continued;
Primary Geography; Mental Arithmetic,
Exercises in Writing.
lst Term-Spelling and Reading continued:
Geography continued; Introducing English
Orammar; Elements of Written Arithmetic;
Exercise in Writing.
2d Term-prlling and Reading centinued;
Eleno%ts of Wiiten Arithmetio completed;
Intermiediv.te Geography completed; Aualyt
ioal Englisi Grar-miar; Primary U. S. His
tory; Exercites in Writing.
1st Terru-Englinh Oranu;ar comiplted; Phy,
nloA Geography; Gommon Sohool Arithmue-.
tic; Towus Analysis of Words;
2d Term-Greene's; Analysis of English
Language; Arithmetic I continued; Smaller
Composition; Higher U. 8. History.
let Term Latin Grammar and Harkness' Eirst
Latin Book; Latin Reader; Davies' Algebra;
History of England.
2d Term-Four Books of Co.ar; Arnold'o
second Latin Book on Analysis of the Latin
Sentence; Greek orannar; Kendrick's
Gecck O1endortf; flr(ek Reader; Davie,
Algebra comipleted; Natural Philosophy.
1st Term-Six Books of Virgil; Ore-k
Reader comploted; Plain Geometry; Ifigher
Composition and Rheturio.
2d Term--3allut's Catalina & Jugurtha;
Xenophon's Anabasis; Ifigher Algebra
cov Immeicd; Xolid and Spherical Gewme
try completed; Chemistry.
1st Term---Cicer' Select Or qins; Xenophors
. fatizactory' Cxaination upon the
several 'so da' of eh clss wiii isot
bo. O!a .!'O pi'.ip iro f .dvnen to
4a h . , 1 i' all -- o '* LK It bea
Junior Clas,s, - - 50
Senior c . 15 00
Preparatory Department, 20.00
No deduction will bo made for iost
ime except from prolonged sickness.
Monthly reports of punotulity, do
portment, and recitations In eaun stu
dy, wvill be furnished parents.
Dc. 23, 1875 17 tf
Fits and E pilepsy
The worst cases of the longest standing, by
using Dn. HUBBARn's Cure.
It has Cured Thiousands,
and will give $1,000 for a case it will not
benefnt. A bottle sent free to all addressing
J. El DIBBLE, Chemnist, Office: 1865 Droad
way, New York.
SHUN DRUG POISONS.
MBDIOlNB RE~NDERED UsRLRBs.
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are indorsed by the most eminent physicians8
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Cook with full particulars free by Volta Biel
Bo Cincinnati, 0.
LKETROPOLITAN WOR UKS,
CANAL ST., rRoM SIXTH TO SEVENTar,
RICHMOA.D, : : ViRGINiA.
EN GIN ES,
Portable and Stationary,
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Boilers, Castings of
Brass and Iron, Forgings, &c.
A RCIIIT ECTUR A L IRON WO RK,
Tn all its branches. done by experienced hands
IMPRO VED PORTUABli ENOINES for
driving Cot ton Gins, Thareshing Machinesa,
Separators, Grist Mills, &o. A number of
second-hand Enigines andi Joilerq of various
pattere, in flrst rate order, on l'and.
Repair work solicited and' promptly done.
WM. E. TANNE1U & CO.
Oct 141, 7 ly
Senator--R E Bowen.
Represenvtatives-D F' Bradley and E II Dat es
Clerk of Court--J1;hn 3 Lewis.
Judg(e of P' '- .- F ield.
Kehol Co~mn.isswnler--( W B3inglet on.
A muor-.h nlU ) [)avis.
Cohun.y Cr'.?nniss.ione?rs-BJ1 l Jonson Chiai
rmuan--Ja,hn TI Lewis, Thost [P Looper. CI"rk
County CommTaisionetra, C rL lIollingeworth.
i'ubrit/, J 1R lliolbe-~.Central, Jamles A
rLiblell-P-ickn C ii., U WV Taylor-Dah'cus.
mouth, c~oeluas Ite4ft'MM
CHAS 118TOX, 8. 0., Deo. 18, 1876.
On and aft Sanday, Ooembor 19, the
Paspeuger Trais on the South Caroji"
Railroad will-run s" follows:
Leave Charleton 916 a
Arrite at Columbla -6 00 p
Leave Charleston 9 36
Arrive at Augusta 't 0 is P.M
Leave Columbla 900a0
Arrive at Charleston 6 do P a
Ltav Augusta 9 00 a n
Arrive at Charleston 4 46 P a
COLUMBIA NIGHT BXPRESS.
Leave Charleston 9 8 a
Arrive at Columbia 7 20 an
Leave Columbia 7 so p t
Arrive at Charleston 6 40 a I
AUGUSTA NIGHT BXPRISS.
Leave Charleston 8 00 P t
Arrive at Augusta 746 a '
Leave Augusta 8 80 P M
Arrive at Charleston 7 40 a ta
Leave Suraervillo at 7 80 an
Arrive at (harle3tonj 8 45 a m
Leave Ol.arleston 8 16 p M
Arrive at Suarnervillo 4 80 p M
Connects at Kingvillo daily (eroept Sun.
days] with Up and Down Day and Passnr
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta
with Georgia Railroad, Macon and Augusta
Railroad and Central Railroad. .Tbis route
via Atlanta is the qnickest and most direct
route, rndl as comfortable and cheap as any
otli,r rqite, to Montgomery, Selma, Mobilp,
New Orleans, aId all other points Southwest,
atid to Louisville, Cincinnati, ChWcago, St.
Lt,i aud all other points West and North
Day Train connects at Columbia with the
Throug Train en cbarlottee Road (which
lcav..s it 9 p. r.) fur all points North.
Night .Trt.in connerts with Local Traim
[wl'ch I-aves Columbia at 8 a. m.] for points
on charl.Wte Road.
Lau(res Railroad Train connocts at New.
beiny on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
U c) oum, Night, Train connects closely
%i.L the Qr;;nvileand columbir. Railroad.
. I C01/MONS, Superintondent.
B. P: n, (rueral Tieket Agent.
CIle & Aumbia R E.
,A N(AE OF :
cd, connec:.ing~ wih Lnight trainas en South
Cairelii:a Itairoad upi and down. On and aft
e.r MAhday. Jdly 16. 1ts7, theo following will
Le the Schte'inte:
Lea~Jv( Cohunt~ibia ttt 12.45 p a
Lw&:e Au'ten a.t 2.86 p rn
l.wvc Nw .'m' at 8.46 p m
Le:m- tkM~ury 060 p a
Leav 1:' ii. e.S0 p
Arnat G oil at 10.00 p a
Lean~' Gree,"ille at 6.40 a a
L"eave l5elIeu at 7.20 a a
Leave Cokeebur7 8.57 a m
aseave New berry at 2.40 a.m
Leave Alston at 1.64
Arriire at Columbia at s 3.0 u
hConneot at Alston with Tralas sa the
8partanburg and Union Railroad ; eenet a$
Columbia with Night Trains on the 8Sth Oat ,
olina Railroad up and down ; also with Tralo
going North and $outh on the Charlotte, CO.
lumbia and Augusta and the Wilmington, COe
>Train leave A-bbeville at 9.16 a in., conneeS.
lug 'with Down Train from Greenville. Leevg
Cokesbury at 2.15 p mn., connecting with Up
Train from Columbia. Accommredation Trata,
Mondays, WVednesdays and Friday.. Leay
Cokesbury at 11.16 a mn., or on the arrival e
the~ Down Train from Greenvillo. Leaves Abs
beville rat 1 o'clock p. in., connecting with Ig
Tralin from Columbia.
ANDER8ON IBRANCII AND FLUB RIDgg
Leave Waihalla at 4.25 S S
Leave Pe,rryville at 6.00 a a
[.eave Pendleton at 6.40 a a
Leave Anderson at 6. 80aza
Arrive at Belton at 7.10 am
Leave Bolton at S.80 a a
Leave Anderson at 92
Leave Pondleton at 1.
Leave Perryville 10.4~ p '
Arrive at Walhalla ~11.36 p a
A ccommodation Trains between Belton and
Anderson on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur.
days, Leave Bolton at 9.60 a mn., or on arrie.
al of Down Train from Oroonvilie. Leave
Anderson at 2.00 p mn., connecting with Up
TIOMAS DODA MBAD,
JannZ NORTON, Jr., General Tioket Agent
.aat & Richmion~d Air LInG Railway
I'A(4ENOfEa TRAIN BsIWARD-- DAILY,
Leave at Atlanta at4p
Leave Tocoai City at821.
Leave Westminster at 91
Leave Seneca city ato4p
Leave central at 11j
Leeve Easley at104pa
Leave Greenvillo at 1 0
Leave Spartanburg at126a
Arrveatchalote.t4 p2 as
Lca'o~ Ahiut at9 16 m
Lea V9 T~cc', at 46 p
LuavcOent'al t 610 2 m
Leave (irenvili at0 40 a a
Leavs ~3artnbur at11 40 a us
Arrive at Charlotte at 6 10 P IR
FRNIGHTE TRAIN WAsTwARD-DAILY.
Leaves Alantae at 7 10 p at
Le.aves Tocar ur at 16 46 p a
Leaves Westnvie at 1 aa a
Leaves enasci at 6 068. at
Leaves 0ontral at 1 40 a at
I(La0vves aey t 2 20 a at
LaCves GVreenv:illte at 2 47 a
Leaes Spartanburgt at 11 40 a a
Arr-ivo at Cthatta L86 10pt
PASSENGER TRIAIN4 'wETwARD--DAILT.
fLev Chiarlot t at 7 00 p a
roave.: Spranburg at 15 4 Spra
L4eaves ( reeniville at 12 80 p a
Lev Easley at 6 06 p a
Leaves Central at 6 40 a ag
Le avo Smee City at 2or 20a
Lenves Wa.tuini ter at 2 47o
Um's '1oeoait at 8 49 a a
Atrivo at Atlanta at 8b45pmn
Leaves Central so.