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The fullowing is an extract from a
letter of an "enterpriutng M. D., in
the upper part of our county to a
friend in the eastern part, to which
we call special attention. In Or
ageburg, and in the Eastern coun
ties of the State, the growing of chn.
its is no new thing, and from reliable
sources we learn the great benefits
to be derived in fattening hogs, thus
stretngthening the olpinion entertained
by the gentleman whose views are
We understand that in the vicin
ity of Pomaria several fatrmers plant.
ed this year, and the fattening quali
ty is clearly demonstrated by the
large, fat, black pokers to be seen
from the train in a patch near the
"I assure you the chufa is a grand
success. It is a perfect gold mine to
the South. They are far superior to
any other ncw stock teed that we
have been experimenting with in the
South. They are no longer an expe
riment, but a fact. We can now
raise all the hogs we want in the
South. They fill up the Want that
was felt in the Sotth-a substitute
for corn forl hogs. Their chemical
analysis proves the superiority of
their fattening properties.
"1 think of writing an article,
probably for the Register, setting
forth their merits as a stock food,
&c., which I think would induce
imany persotis to ctiltivate them, for
1 verily believe they are one of the
important links to the prosperity of
Bulletins from Smith.
It is a protracted business. The
papers generally got hold of the man
a week before he breathes his last,
and then they keep him hard at it
until the breath really leaves his
body. In the good old fashioned
dayes ot our grandfathers a man was
dead but once in the newspapers.
Now the agonies of dissolution are
kept up as long as possible "for the
benefit of our readers." Thus:
November 1-Mr. Smith is dan.
Navemnber 2--No hope of Smith's
November 3-Mr. Smith will not
live thsough the night.
November 4-Smith is sinking.
November 6-Smith has bidden a
last farewell to all his friends.
November 7-Smith rallied a lit
.November 8-Smith is dead.
November 9-The report that
Smith is dead is false.
November 10-Smith was able to
parrake of a little tea and toast last
even ing, and bid h is frien ds a sec >nd
November 11-Rev. Mr'.
Spent the night wvith Smith, who is
Nomemnber 12-Smith feebly ral
lied this morning, expressed a few
devotional wvishes, and asked the
price of Lake Shore.
November 13- 8muitn is sinking
November 14-Smithb is out.
November 10-Smith was seen at
a downtowni restaurant yester'day,
stufliing himself with mock turtle
and pumnpkin pie.
Novemiber 17-Smith wvon the
athletic foot race yesterday.
Whboever-lbas ha bitually atten ded
circuses in this country remember s
the Conrad brot hers, acrobatic clowns
and their comical 1 erfor mance, in
which one p)retended to be dead,
whbile the ot her t umnbled him about,
They recently went to Germany.---.
The London Em ' contains the fol.
lowing: "One evening thie eider
Conrad fell to the ground after a
pretended blowv, and wvas turned and
returned, as usual. Ihis arms and
legs were jer ked, be was struck and
Ricked ar.d dragged, but preserved a
~~yyimpssibiity. Suddenly an
Aion of distr'ees could be no
goed through the grotesquely paint.
1(natnntsof his brother, who
stly dr'opped on his knees and
pseed his hand upon the heart of
spnU~ imate eoW?., exclaiming,
Sbrother is deadi' At this
1nee on)ly laughed. 'Gent le-.
lad the distressed man, with
in lia voice, assI8ure you tbat
dead.! Then gIng him~ ten..'
tei ly in Ufs arms,i he bore brim fronw
tlie arena. The erovtd appeared
struck with the natural manner in
which the bereft clown expreseed
grief, and applauded him vigorously
as be departed. There were loud
encores for both, but neither pre
sented bimself. Death had been
more thorougbly simulated t han
BUTLER IN THE SENATE.-Dijring
the discussion the straight military
tigure of M. 0. Butler, tightly but
toned in a half dress coat, was seen
caly walking to and fro in the rear
of the Detnocratic seats. le has a
clear cut, deadly quiet face. Ilis cold
gray eye, straight nose, thin lips, and
prominent chin mark a man of un
usual force of character. IIe set in
the rear of the Democrais to day like
a general watching a battle under his
own command. Patterson lawned
before hi-n, and during the debate
Conover s-auggled down by the side
of this cool, collected, grave looking
tnan, as if ho needed further reas
strances from the wirath of his Re
publican colleagues.-Chicago Times
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I T A KE this method of informing all part ies
Sintecrested, that I will be found in my ot'
fice, at Pickens Court House ",on each
WV E D) N E S D) A Y, and on each' SALEn.Y,
for the purpose of transacting any business
that comes under my j urisdict ion.
As my duties as School Commissioner will
comnpell me to be absent in different parts of'
the County, I appoint these special days for'
thme benefit of all concerned. Otlico hours,
from 9 a. mn. to 4 p. mu.
G. W. SINGLETON,
Feb 8, 187~2
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A Noted Divne says
'hey are worth their
weight in gold.
READ WHAT HE SAYS:
4 Da. Turr.--Dear Sir: ?or ten years I have been
anmutyrto atis,Constlpation,-and Piles4 LAst
S gou aw pllwere recommended to me; I used
eM%(tt with little faith). I am now a well man,
have good appetite, digestion nerect, re gular stools,
piles gone, and I have gnined forty pounds solid fiesh.
They are worth their weiglit in old.
REv. R. L. SIMPSON,Louisville, Ky.
Dr. Tutt has been en.
TT S PILLS g1ed in the practice of
medicine thirty years, and
CUR 6IWMZAD- foralon time was demon.
A0XE strator ofr anatomy in the
Aledical College of Geor
~ SF it, hence per'sons using
U I'Ss Pills have the guaran
CURB DYSPEPtIA. eethatth7 areprcpared
TUT T'S PILLS qucc
TQTT~~IL~ u Ile hill sncceeded In
CURB CONSTIPATION conbiiing in them the
MMMM@Ml heretfore antagonistic
uilities of a -dreni hex.
CUIE PILES. :J1 r,ng aornc.
f'ct is to increase the ap
TUTSp by causing the foo
to propecrly assim IlIate.
OuZFE Thist te system is our,
DMMMM ished, and by their tonic
Saction oil the digestive or.
TUTTISPILLS gans, regular and healthy
evacuations ure produced.
CURB BILIOUS COLIC The rapidity with which
uww ter.-ons ta ke ox flesh,
~ PILLS while under the influence
TUTTS PILLS thee ills, of itself in
CURB KIDNEY C dicaLs their adaptability
PLAINT. to ..orish the body,.nd
C4 ing nervous debility, mel.
TUTT'S PILLS nncboly, dyspepsia,
ifig of thle muscles, filng.
CURE TORPID LIVER giness of the liver,
hk. MOMMMOMM clsronic constipation, and
imparting health and strength tothe system. Sold
everywhere. office, 3.qMuray Street, New York.
TRIUMPH OF SCIENCE9
Nlossy black by a song,p iction of
TUTT'SHatrDye. acts fiknamagic,
ande Is warranted as harmless as water.
Price z.og. Office 3S Murray St.,, N. Y.
WHAT IS QUEEN'IS DELIGHT?
Rhad the Answer
it Is a plant that grows fit tha South, and is spe
ci.lly adaptcd to th citre of diseases of that climate.
NATURE'S OWN REMEDY90:
Entering sit once intoa the blood, expeltifo all scrof
ulous, syphtil itic, anid rheutimatic af etiot s. Alone,
It it a st;atrchiinV nlt-r.xti%, qut lie com ined with
Sarsap~arilla, Vellowv Dock, and other herbs, it forms
and Quong~ Done.ht
The:not lfl~~Cl1t lloo puiher firsto meiaretlf
sciene fo the ure fe(iductr isoiease oithe fop.
disha.4Irui te crsandntils bysc s, itheo
disesedi-osy, id to roerly assvilte.
St i-L.nthens thhnsrtoe system i rs nour,oin
plio, ad uils pshed ndy bythirtoh
As an anidote t evachiltiionsitare pronglyd
havebeenradcallcurdhb it.piigtey vetg-ic
timeto akeit.islurng he uer the ifall;ence
iii~cttdof dbiliy,ohdthe eers and itself you
willenjy routhcato nodishythelbdru,gistd
Prie,4zoo Ofic, 5 uraysheeti eiac nocr
(~'sfdo&xar yeig ievu SAeilT ma
111SI':it. ctsinstnlanof the ronucis, lu.
mus. i atan.sIatl~ o gashes o thew diver,
It. isa ~tadartlr crontic'i cntiation,ritd
P.ryhee O0.e 35x tu ayStret New York.
PUay IIai ca1b8<age1t
Dr.TLr TsI-WEErLy It acsWiEEKYi ,
HTI EUEN'S MDAIEHT?
Rhe lad eitrca the l sw ews
oft lis day pl thatmgrwsain thoith, and of sper
eiterinat pon intourn theboo<,epi alsco
ulous syhiitc a nd rheiumti ,afctio .ne,~
ithe1 itla serhs aeratvecutiwhn combning wto
aparilla, thelowDo, sndcultheder i nearms
evr tt nth no,and conen'se tly
sncie:ng fo the refold asanacer isjingts, o-a
diht re it rnotm the carpfsdnstls,asese,si
disess ropsy,ekidy complea ist ievi effery o
Tuscetacties iorderdve and s leeymn.Igus
stngctans lthe nervos ftem, dmas fin cone
As' Weatiek Regsvit pini is TrongEy
emcommingdtecHre< s of naes of ehe wsttyp
lage cirulin i ra pica ly ex b t ening.rlyvg
tme toeagoite is drnow the Oumrgand fahe tate
Ornte,ad ablty heattcer, ofevernae, touh
willo enoy' roustadr ly wihrated dritei
appriteo dfeate, . ThMura S reet,uNe Yora.
andST Grng aticlsanwioly, proding he
or nulatur saoilck Tor kl aro nde
N TEA S Ohe SU,adB eSiP y aplied
ti~ stad preparaar, nd 00 Saoixe
uponthevery we60 ppie TheMolths for 7ad.
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frg circulaio is rapIOly' extending
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Evecry mn an in) the County of
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Judge of P ob'ate-W G Field.
Coroner-Berry BI Earle.
School Commissioner-O WV Singleton.
'Treasurer-W R Berry.
Auditor-John 0 Davis.j
County Comnmissioners-BjJ Johnson Chai
man-John T Lewis, Thos P Looper'. Clerk
ounty Commissioners, C L Hlollingsworth.
Trial Justices-Easley, T WV Rusell-Sae
ribrity, J RL ilolcombe-Central, James A
,iddell-Pick-n. C 1i., 0 WV Taylor-Dacus.
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C 1N8OLIDATED MARCH 17r, 1877, IS
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published in the City of Augusta-the lead
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THE DAILY Chronicle & Constitutionalist
publishes all the current riews of the day,
receives all the reports of the Associated
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Terms: $2 for 12 months, $1 for 0, postage
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was among the first to urge the justice
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Address .IAMEs V K, Rochester N. Y.
Jan. 23 4t
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CuAaasTsroB,. C., Deb. 18, 1876.
Or and after Suldly D.ecemb.r .19, t4
Passeger Traihs ou 4e Sonth Caroisaa
Railroad will rom as follows:
Leave Charleston 9 16a a
Arrive at Columbia 6 00 p a
Leave Charleston 9 15 a a
Arrive at Augusta 6 16 p 1
Leave Columbia 9 00 a a
Arrive at Charleston . t~46 p ia
Leave Augusta '00 a a
Arrive at Charleston 4 46 p m
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston 9 16 p M
Arrive at Colunbia 7 20 a ta
Leave Columbia 7 00 p ma
Arrive at CharLeston 6 40 a m
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston 8 00 pa
Arrive at Augusta 7 46 a fa
Leave Augusta . 8 30 p a
Arrive at Charleston 7 40 a a
Leave Summerville at .7 30 a m
Arrive at Charleston 8 45 a a
Leave Charleston 8 15 p m
Arrive at Summerville 4 80 p a
Connects at Kingville daily (except Suni
days] with Up and Down Day and Passenger
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta
with Georgia Railroad, Macon and Augusta
Railroad and Central Railroad. This route
via Atlanta is the quickest and most direct
route, and as comfortable and cheap as any
other route, to Montgomery, Selma, Mobile,
New Orleans, and all other points Southwest,
and to Louisville, 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. m.) for all points North.
S. S. SOLOMONS, Superintendent.
S. B. PIcKENs, General Tieket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R .
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Passenger trains run daily. Sundays except
ed, connecting with night trains on South
Carolina Railroad up and down. On and aft.
er Monday, July 16. 1877, the following will
be the Schedule:
Leave Columbia at 11.10 am
Leave Alston at .0pi
Leave Newberry at2.8pm
Leave Hodges at5.5pm
Leave Belton at7.5pm
Arrive at Greenville at8.5Pm
Leave Greenville at 72
Leave Helton at9.0am
Leave Hlodges at104a
1enve New berry at1.2pm
Lecave AI.ston at3.0pm
A:~iive t Coumbi at5.05 p mn
Limia :: A :guta indI h Wi 0.47on aCm
Arr:iie ave olubi at 5J1 ai.0 ponec
up ithConc ain Alron w rainson tea
Spar:nbar and1 Un, onncira ; ennt a
r':y omColumbia. withmodaght Trains nteSot a
Mo'ia :ilroad up aesnyd d :rals witeTaiy
g >ing Nory and South . on the arotve, Co.
igwthe Down Trin from Greenville. Leave
Coebur at. 1o'lo5 p. m., connecting with U'p
TFrain fromu Columbia. AcmeainTan
ANDElRSON BItANCHI AND) PLUE RIDGI
Leave Walhialla at 5.59 a a
L.eave Seneca at 6.20 a mn
Leave Perry ville-at 6.30 a a
heave Pendlet on at 7.20 a m
Leave Ander.son at 8.10 a m
Ai rlve at Belt on at 8.60 a m
Leave Belt on at7.6p
Leave Anderson at7.0pm
Leave PendJeton at 84
Leave Seneca at9.0pa
Arrive at Walhalla 1.0pm
9.20eveBlo a .0a n,o on arrv
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Aaderson at 2.00 p mn., connecting with Up
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Leave at Atlanta at 6Opi
Leave Toccoa City at 04
Leave Westminster at 04
Leave Seneca city at 11
Leave central at 1 8pm
Leave Liberty at 1 7am
Leave Easley at 1 6a
Leave Greenville at 10
Leave Spartanburg at 28
Arrive at charlotte at 61
Leaves Charlotte at84p
Leaves Spartanburg at124 a
Leaves Greenville at220m
Leaves Easley at248am
Leaves Liberty at804an
Leaves Central at824aa
Leaves Seneca City at 86
Leaves Westminister at 41
Leaves Toccoa at 68a
4rrrves t Alant at9 42 a a
~eave Tocca at10 42 am
L.ae eeac t11 1pa
jeavs Lbert at12 48 p a
levsEs t12 7 a
evsGenl t1 20 p m
leavs Sprt.aburgat1 68 p a
~riea hrot t8.47 p a
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ieave reenvile at48 1 m
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ieave(entrl at8 24 p a
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irrives at Atlanta at 111 p5a
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