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To the young man with ;his h air
parted in the middle who is about to
oput le college education and his'8010
fleaAer. trunk on thot Texas bound
train we say, .ystyp To the clever
artisaW and the honest otcbhanio who
thib he will fly fro- the hard times
athe is, to imaginary well paid
?iUIoynout in.1o' D)mo Star State,
ialso sity.-top I Tv the adventu
*ous rustic who wishes to leave hoe
ing the tatnf)s of some New York
farm to. find a soft thing in this land
of prairies, we emphatically repeat
stay whore you are I We wold we
Jnhabited the earthly Elysium that
some Texas papers say we do, but we
are alraid we don't. From the bot
tom of our hearts we should be glad
to think that there was plenty and
)rosperity for every one who seeks
to settle among us-but Il the same,
there isn't. We do )osscss somothing
of an approach to the eternal sum
mer and tle marvelous growth the
East is so tired of hearing us brag
about, but that is Ill. Sooth to say,
there is no chance here for men with
out money, all the new, eager, arri,
Vale to the contrary rotwithstatidiug.
In plain Englieh, the paper that
spOaks of the magnificent opportji
nities this StAte presents to the new
comer lies, i'id lies in a very gratni
tonaly criminal way indeed. The
universal truth is that our labor mar
ket is stocked to overflowing, and
every freh arriving train 1I ltds
to the miserable multitue in our
midst that waits, tiffert, Htrves 111d
fmnally fights its desperate way back
East again. Bufore the door of near
ly every house in this city, tjelore daily
begs a b1llow eyed ewarm that would
sadden' the heart of a satyr. Men of
brains and cultire, good'elerks, ex
cellent accoilut ants, bUSinV:.j men of
undeniable energy, uechanics o
ability, walk the streets in dumn dis
p)air, and finally take those that
lead to chain gang and the work
house. The writor' of uthis cannot reu
membeor one evening,.for very many
that he has not been asked bor monev
to buy a mecal, or a bed, by men who
would have sooner died on the rack
than have asked aims in the light of
day. And somne ol them to die on
the rack- the ra!ck of coniitinuei cidih
appointment and bitter miiissory. Yet
still some journals calnly sing the
same old siren song, and still the
overcrowded, over traded and fin an.
cially prolstrated commiiu nity is held
up with ftal persistecec ns the prop
er Mecca of the American youth.
We beg the journails in tile East
and North to copy thiis article. We
ask that tho truth and tile wvhole
truth be told thgere as a simple duty
to humanity. In the name of the
distress ,e see around us and are
powerlesa to relieve, in the name of
the tramps and vagrants that fill our
cities and towns, we sol emnly warn
intending immigrants of all classes,
except farmers and men withi money
to invest, that we are overstocked
with labor, and will be for the next
four or five years. Thloughl his tick
et be purchased and his trunk p)ack
ed, we say to the mnan looking hither
for employment-Go Back I-Nor
ton's (Texas) In)telligen1cer.
THREE MEN MURDEiRE~D IN ALA
Am.-The Montgome ry (Ala.) Ad
vertiser states that on Friday last, in
Pickens County, Andrew Bush, a
peaceable citizon, was strnek on the
head with a billet of wood by a ne
gro mian with whom be remonstrated
for stealing his fruit. The blow
fractured hiseskull, and death resulted
next morning. The murderer fled,
but two citizens, named Wim. Story
and Thomas Kilpatrick, arrangedl to
go in pursnit of him. Thatet a
knowna to thec negr'oe; i $ oeummu
nity, and a' par ' dtn waylaid
the road they " avel, and
about1J o'clockoik Battirday nuight,
onl,g-a short distance from Pickons
:vile, fired on them, killing both oif
4 them instantly. Alter shooting Mr.
~ tory off his horse, the fiends took
'his own gun aadi shot him again in1
the head and face, almost -.shooting
*both away. Tihecy thon laid him out
-in the road,. crossed his ba nd
laid hiSs gun and sa,
dead body. Mr. Stoiy a ~; 1
acting as a deputy sheriff for thle
counf,y. Mi'. Kilpatrick was left in
te rod where-he was shot and died
Seven negroes wore arrested, charg
ed With complicity in the murder,
two of whoi have confessed their
guilt. All three of the men killed
wore good citizens.
She Got Mad.
A tall woman with a sharp nose was
raking up a yard on Masonio street,
Rockland, one day last week. Sho
had hor droess tucked up, a ridiculous
handorckief tied over her head, and
looked like a fright generally. A
crbss-eyod man drossod in a suit of
light clothes came up tho street, and
noticing tho woman, leaned over the
fence and remarked:
'11ow swOOt id the rosy.-posy.'
'Eld what'u that?' exclaitmed the tall
woman, looking u1p.
'.1loW charming appea8rs the lovely
popsy-wOlpy % with its iromi tucked
ip,' replied the cross-eyed man.
'W%h7o'ro you talking to, Ray way?'
Said the tall woman, inl groat turpiisc,
and turning red in the faco.
'My own ducky-lucky is ex(juisiLely
transcendental with the hatidkorchifot,'
observed Limo cross-eyed man, wink.
ing mysteriously with his straight
It's m1y o)pinion you're drulk,' ex
claimed the talt vomliall, in a rage;
'clear ouit, o lI'l call the police.'
'.Aid woid my sweet cheeryblos
som sct tho wickod police on her own
lovey povey?' said the Cro3Seyed
'Clear out, you greit over grown
vi)(1111ill,' RICea i od th1o t all wmnII,
wratIfily,'or 'l claw yu wili tlis
'WIoIlld my pitikey,wilnkey law
her d;ul ing to't.y.ooty w%vith a ker'
wel r'e?,!niue :heoss e
m1111n; 'I n v ri a g t -
Ilero tho tall womnanl thron% down
her rako in a gret passion, arl rushed
nito the house, slaminglil time door so
hard that it lrolo: tl,( kiob. And
hle Cr*%Jo1ed--Oyed man mOVed Off, sof-.
'W ImLt dreamdfu.l tempe)rs sonmo fsweet
ooki ng women m have.'
TilE DEAD LETTER OFFICE.
A recent report, ema.nating from the
Post Otlice Department, gives some in
torosting sttitsticS In regard to the "dead
letter" subject, which will interest those
peonis who are forevor contributing,
through carelesnoss, to this branch of the
public service. It is shown that in 1874
tho dead lett.o ofico at )Vashington,
handld 4,i301,773 of the 800,00O0000 lettersi
carried in the mili. Of the4o 1,89)2,22A
woro delivorod, 2,3:22,916 desitroyed, and
the balanco woro tiled or sitill remin not
acted on. The actual or nominal value of
the entire number waLs $4,637,429.08.
Photographs wore enclosed in 38,767, sums
of less than $1 in 19,894, and sums
of $1 and upwards in 18,974. Large'
sums of monoy are frequently found
In these letters. Several months ago
a chock for $25,000, drawn to bearer,
camne to light when an untampod envel
ope was opened, but the owner was easily
Trhe Governor of' West Virginia
formally requestod permission of the
Governor of Maryland to move a body
of armed men through the Stato.
Consent wvas given, and a second
Lietennt,a Corporal and three pri
vates wvent to Cunmberlaind, laid in a
supply of tobacco and '"other am m m
nition," and returned to their camp.
An old bachelor in New York of
fored a younmg lady a p)ony for a kiss.
She gave h the kise; hxo refuIsedl her
the pony. Shme stued himru; lhe piladd
"no0 consideration.'' The court (de
cided tha-t a kiss was a legal conside.
ration, and made him "pony over."
Tho printers of New York point
wvith prido to the fact that only throc
members of their craf t aro inmates of
Auburn prison, among twenty-sevon
clergymon, forty-two lawyers and
IEk Governor' Scott den1ies that he
hasi left b5o oth Carol inai perumanently.
UJo says that this is his home, and
that he wvillI .rcturn ini Sep .cmber
Never make a promieo when the
power of performing that promise
depends on another.
If thore is a oman who thinks that
it is an easy job to bo honest, jusEt lot
him try it onco.
A catve hasi boonm discovered in the
Blue Ridge mountains, near WValhalla,
in which inscriptions have been foun.l
dated back as far as 18163.
A large force of State convicts are
at work on t he State House grounds
.A Noted Divine says
17wy are worth their
weight in gold.
READ WHAT HE SAYS:
Di. Turr:-Desr Sir: For ten years I havo been
a martyr to yspepsia, Consiatiin, and Piles last
ring your pills were rvomnmended to me; I used
t!em (but with littI-C Inith). I mn now a wel mai,
love good appetite, digestion ,ert, regularstools,
piles gone, and I have gained forty jxounds solid flesh.
They are worth their we'ight inl gold.
Ray. R. L. SIMPSON, Louisville, Ky.
Dr. Tutt has been en.
U S PILLSIn the practice of
nmedicine thirty yes ,and
C 21R ICIR HEAD- fora longtimewa ,emon.
A V. ZT74. sLr;tor of :miatony in tle
M cdic: I College of Geor
TUTVT' PhLLS +usn
TUTVSNU Fltim Ito have the givaran
OURE DYGrIEWxA. teu that they are Ireared
111MI-- on scieitifte priiciples
la101 re free froin all
TUTT'S PILLS :t'i'tsi(nckeryi
CUECONSTIPATION coihining In then the
heretol ore antagonistie .
(11:11it ic. of' a stren lo en,
CUr E i ILP.8 . , /yn"lonsr.
T :eiit- fitst npparent ef.
rcct i-- t:L ) ict-case the ap.
TUTpt.itu by C.ItusIIg the f'oodl
OUE IVR ANDi - L (" i It
CUBQEV1" AN 'It(he yy>stiii is itjour.
Ash itd, an', by Ceir tonic
TU& sti i oi the t igcstive r
TUTT58 ~ g: ts, regu,tiar aund healtEiy
CURE BILIOUS COLIO TlIe rapidity with which
-erons lake on lrsh,
TU JO~ D' - while under the influence
TU TTo these pills, of lt;ef In,
CURE KIDNEY CM. dicates their adnptability
. LAINT. to tiourisig the: body, n1iu
ieue theireffacy in cur
TUT p g a pi- nc :rvximlebihty, mnet
T . ichoy, dyp wpsia,st
ing;- ot- the 1 num111cles, slug
CUU2 TOR-''11) LLVilt tishncrm of the liver
cli rlu o con.t , .Ition, atnn
Iiparting licahtIt hand! str.. iothI t o ce syvt.en. te,ldo
cv< rywhcere. OUcv, Mi .-ray Strcc:t, New York.
Crny Iir c:an he changed to a
flss f i1.,cY y k ringle applir.tion of
(.'.T'ar-' H.l i.1D;) I t tu uc li rringle,
r And sw.rnte : harnles as wter
1'ric. OfTicc 3.N N I rray St. ,N.Y .
It 1 ul!' -II I I-.iij . e e
e;.! 1' t:e t t.c uo t r,- ci 1 1.,1 Q_ -A t. it Cfiu1, Lel.
Irnterinix .t once into the.- l;1;ol, u-pcVi:-g:alI scrof
ulous, !:ypl:ihic,:mt, rheumn:ntic rffet-fions. Alone,
it it a s,rchLir.: ' . , but whi -a ecinhincti with
Sari ar .,Yel.-.-.-I x.k, ianid oih,. r hurl , it 'ori:n
The meipoe b:1lood piirit.er known tomedical
cience t'I t' e rc-n c he'i Iuilc'r'c,<e!i -e:aset joints, fouil
digtes itpy kisi:wy)' om:iiniit, evil e tlects of
ec ret pc :ccth * i c: ci i'rd 1:h er :e'ud i! e''n. Its uisc
r - - l: I. t S. -a: - 1 t. Un art.s a 'ifair cocn
ple rio:', :n bil yr t he 1ody w fitk
HEALTHY, SOLID FLESH.
Ast an1 :un.id ,te i.o s'vph;litic poibson it is strongly
r~:ecinendedcc. I Icuti' Of case~is of the worst type
ha.ve hi- r:a.il: vy <-rue.t by' it. Ben purely veg
etabcle its continuecd ncs' will <li) no harm. 'The best
tjiine to take it -;rigthe Fucnmuer and faell ; and
insttra.t ot- clebilit. h:ead-lehe, fevcr and ague,.you
.it ijy rccbust Ih lh. Sold by all dlrui iats.
Pricu, $u.o.. Uiie, 35 Murry Street, New York-.
C 'istadrcc' I thiir Dye is t he SAFESTI anid
1sEST: it acts instu~l: in eously, pro(ldcng the
Ioo ind t sh.les of' E!ack or' Brownu; does
N T MT AlN the SKlIN, andc is easily applied.
It. in ai' sltdar preparal:t:in, and a favorite
u ponl t'ea-y well auppoin:teud Tloilet for Lady or~
G entlemcanu. Sold by D)ruggists.
P. o. BoxK, 158:3. New York.
Dec 21, ISNGl 16 6
DAILY, TI-WEEKLY & WEEKLY,
CJOL UABIA, S. C.,
HOYT, EMLYN & McDANIEL.
JAMES A. UOYT, Editor.
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Thilus papeir is within the reach of every family,
and we are' leafsed to state the fact that its
large circulation is rapidly extending.
The Register is now the Organ of the State
Grange, and all mtL.tersq of interest to the
l'atronus of' Hlusbaindry will he tretcd in their
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All kindts of Lawr 11lnks, on hand, which
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Wt. 1B. MD ih
l'u epriet ors ande. l'uli ihers'.
May :1, 1877
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advocate of reform and retrenchiment, and of
the substitution of statesmanship, wisdom,
and integrity for hollow pretence, imbecility,
and fraud in the adminstration of public af..
fairs. 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 willendeavor
to supply its readers-a body now not far
from a million of souls-with the most care
ful, complete, and trustworly accounts of cur.
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Washington, especially, will be full, accurate,
and fearless; and it will doubtless continue to
deserve and enjoy the hatred of those who
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people against the encroachments of unjusti
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Dec. 28, 1875 17 tf
Fits and Epilepsy
The worst cases of the longest standing, by
using Dii. H1unnann's Cure.
It has Cured Thousanads,
and will give $1,000 for a case it will not
benefit. A bottle sent free to all addiressing
J1. E l)UIBBLE, Chemist, Office: 1356 Broad
way, New York.
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head, liver, stomach, kidneys and blood.
Cook with full particulars free by Volta Belt
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ME TROPOLITAN W 0 R K 8,
CANAL ST., FROM SIXTH To SEVENTH,
ICIIMO2VD, : : ViRGINA.
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Boilers, Castings of
Brass andl Iron, Forgings, &c.
AlR CRITECTUR A L E IRON WORK,
In all its branches. (lone by experienced hands
JMPRO VED POR TABL, ENGINES for
driving Cot ton Gins, Threshing Machines,
Separators, Grist Mills, &o. A number of
second-hand Engines and Boilers of various
patters, in first rate order, on hand.
Repair work solicited an'! promptly (lone.
WM. E. TANNER & CO.
Oct 14, 7 ly
Senzator-Ri E Bowen.
Rej>rcsentatives-D F U radlicy and LB I Batcs
(Cherk of C.ourt--Johnu J Lewis.
.Ju'.'e of 1" obe'te-W (I Iicldl.
Covroner-Berry B Earle
Sekool C]ommie:)ner-G W Singleton.
reasur,r-W R Berry.
Auditor-John 0 Davis.j
County Commissioner-BJ Johnson Chai..I
man-John T Lewis, Thos P Looper. Clerk I
lountf Commissioners, C L Hloliingsworth.]
Trial Justicas-Eaaley, T W Russell-Ba.]
ub'rity, J1 R Holcombhe-entral, James A
Liddlell--Pickens C 11., 0 W Taylor-Dacus.
>iNr. 13 F Morgan--.iin n C'e T 'V Tlwsza
On and aher
Passopgar ir'ibis 'wr
FO% COYL 7u
Leave Charlesto' -01
Arrive at Columbia
FOR AUGUSTA iv
Arrive at Augusta
FOR CHARLIrOxv. -
(Sundays excepte .d
Arrive at Charlostoa
Arrive at Charleston .4 44
COLUMBIA Ni XP 8.
Leave Charleston b 18 p
Arrive at Columbia 2, &0 *
Leave Columbia 7 00
rV ivo at Charleston '6 40 a
",AUGUSTA NIGHT BXPR2AS
RV arlest on 8 00 pt
LArve qa*,.u.t. 70
Arrive at Oh"kelon 8 0p
Leave Summevillea exeptd.).
Arrive at Charleston
Arrive at Summerville 1~ p
CAMDEN TRAIq 0
Connects at Kingvilo daily [ Pa
days] with Up and Down Day and
Day and Night Trains connect at Ang
with Georgia Railroad, Macon and Atgu
Railroad and Central Railroad. This iolte
via Atlanta is the quickest and most 11ret
route, and as comfortable and cheap as .
other route, to Montgomery, Selma, Mal4
New Orleans, and all other p ta outhbw.o
and to Louisville, CincInis Chiao,
Louis, and all othelekts W and so4.he
Day Train connects at Columbia with 1&6
Through Train on oharlotte, (*111
leaves at 9 p. n.) for all poin
Night Train connects with Local Tala
[which leaves Columbia at 8'a. 1.for polafe
on charlott.e Road.
Laurens Railroad Train connocts at NeW.
berry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
Up columbla Night Train conifiots Glose)j
with the Greenville and columbiajailrod.
S. S. GSOLOMONS,.8uperiond,ent.
S.B. Picxs,General Ticket Ageort.
Greenville & Columbia* 2 .
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Passenger t rai ns run daily. Sundays except.
ed, counceing with night trains on South
Carolina Railroad up and down. On and aft.
or Monday, July 16. 1877, the tjiawill
be the Schedule.. b P
Leave Columbieghet .$.8e
Leave Alstona atg
Leave Nowberry at 8.4
Leave Cokesbury at.M
Leave B3elton at88M
Arrive at Greenville at88 a
Leave Oreendlie at L4. a
Leave lSeltonatg., P;30 a a
Leave Cokesbury~ 0.57 a a
..eave Newbefry gt aa
Leave Alaton itg)
Arrive at Col , Ia at 0pa
jay-Conneet at Aiston with Tr b the
Spartanburg and Union Railroa at
Columbia wit h Nigh tTrains on th
olinia lRailroad up and down ; also Tru
going North and South on the C otto, GO,
lumibia and August a and the Wilni!ngton, Og
Train leave Abbeville at 9. Jm i., oonawb0
ing with Down Train from (J bille. Leave
Cokesbury at 2.15 m i., conn :hI with Up
Train from Columbia. Accommendation Traina
Mondays, Wednesd.ays and Fridays. L e
Cokesbury at 11.16 a mn., or on the arrival ci
the Down Train from Greenville. Leaves Abe
bcville at 1 o'clock p. mn., connecting withE
Tra-in from Columbia. t
ANDERSON BRANCH AN!) M&UB NIG
Leave WValhalla at -. J a
Leave Perryville at .bS
Leave Pendleton at 5.40 a :n
Leave Anderson at . 6.8 a zn
Airive at Belton at 7.Y0 a
Leave Belt on at SOa
Leave Anderson at
Leave Pen dleton at 'O1a
Leave Pecrryville 104'
Arrive at WValhalla1.6 u
Accommodation Trains between Belt'
Anderson on Tuesdays, Thur,sdays and r
dsys, Leave Bolton at 9.60 a m., oreU w
al of D)own Train from Greenville.
Anderson at 2.00 p mn., oonnectingMkU
THiOMAS DO DAhEA~~
JAnus~ NORTON, Jr., General T.ieket Agd
Atlanta & Richmond Air Eine Railway
PAssBNOER TRAIN BA8TWARD-DAILy.
Leave at Atlanta at .
Leave Toocoa City at 8 21'ia
Leave Westminster at ~ 10 .p.r;
Leave Seneca city at 9 40 p a
Leave central at 10 31 p
LeeveoEasley at .10 48 p 1
Leave Greenville at 11 20Oa1
Leave 8pa rtan burg at A2 54a.a
Arrive at charlotte at (9
FREIGIIT TRAIN EASTWARD--..DAIU, .
Leaves Atlanta at 'Nf e
Leaves Tocca at ' ASi 45g
Leaves Wes tminister at 16 5 U
Leaves Seneca city at A S 06R
Leaves Central at 5 80 am
Leaves Easley at 6 40/
Leaves Greenville at 8 40'
Leaves Spartanburg at .- 11 40~a
4.rrive ait Charlotte at A Q P 1
PAssBMNER TRAIN W5sTWAARU~*~
icave Charlotte at, IO P0 p
aeavo Spartanburg at 15 45 p m
icave (reenville at 4 12 8$ a in
,eave Easley at 1 41 a -
ecave (xentral at 14 o
xcavo Seucca City at 2 20 a n
4eave Westminster at 2 47 a m
ceave ToccoL City at 8 40 a rn
trrive at Atlanta at 8,46 a
FREIGIIT TUAIN W8sTWP N#*-~
,eaves Charlotte at u:LI
,eaves Spartaniburg at i4p -
eaves Greenv illo .t 4 60 pit '
1oaves Easley at 6 50. p ,
eaves Central ao S 00~ ,
AIaves Seneoa Olty at, 0 06 s ei
Ceaves Westminilster at - P50 ala
.eaves Tocooa at, Sj80 a Rb
irrive at Atlant4 st 20