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WASUTNGTON, Feb. 15, 1878.
6I.01Mfict over le slver bill in
I ie Senale-etiW cuttinges,,sud has its
-2Klliar lea'ures. Tbe qucestion i
aliance, as Re
(1<14f4ae iand - 'Deilincrats Otand
qiodr to sioulder on .either side,
fspsbsing dr favoring the niQAsPe.
Ft om every section ot' the country
11 11ign109fre to,00,Of,a\o,.i
car ades of opinion, advocating a
silver 00inmgd. - Ne% York, Phila
pai, 20ustop atid Baltinoreb a're
tbe,geea an 11ti-'OllveE "Jattpilecs, vhlichl,
seiid vibraliysg. through their Com.
WeEaavptiires a piioppositio
that,pe.ks,to defeat the proposition.
New Fngland,. that was oupposed to
be as firm Is W Pismonth R,ck itselt
ag111lis emsistie4yel has
brole'n rainks, ad the g.ld idol lie'
brokon. in the-lDuso of its ff-iends.
Tle contc4t te -tge o'ver tie p riirci,
51's of' a bi-inetallic cirency ratheir
than- the size and weight of the silver
d .liar. ,-great victry ivfll*be won
i k a iet.lhdrla < 1425 grain8, more
ot less, shall be rptide a legal tender
4d rec vatble in PaP men11t of all
d ebts. 'I Tlhe end of thi3 contest c.m
The Lore-Conling pation, ask
ing aid irpm Congrees for the star
ig h'ent len Chineso, is sggestive
th1t a like sympathy m'ght finld a
i"I iI I lield anong tie gatunt star,
%-iIg poo.r (of our owl lan d. Con,
gjess ought to do somuilbing-hut
not for the Chinecsc. Let iippr-opria.
tumi he 11n1du for pubIIlic improve
men s., aid gi e t.be poor an oppi-t tuiv
iity to ea1rn bliead
Firoi tihe preswnt out1ook, tihe 1eg
uSlaLion for the Diistric' of Columb;a
is likelv to give t proc:ical rulief to
the citizens, a joist pro pottiton of the'
ekpenIses beinig are.umned by lhe Gent
Ceali Vt' Gvernmet , w ithi a restriicted
formn i of1 suffrge anid re.presetth tn
by a delegate in Conress.
Geneo.ali McCurur ick with L' s
amistnot ae ao ra''gintg with en
ergy all t he detailsh of the ei bibi' at
thIe 1?. er eh Exiiio jn.
.in the art deparliit't et it) spiteC of
wan't~ of ime thle propi ect is good t'.
atLI'.t cei taible. di sphy. Ah lon t sixtr
pictn es hrave ah-eady l een accepte~d,
and'it is thou ght that as ma'tny mortr.e
will be atdded ini time for sii>ment.
It 'is not ex pect ed t hat we ca.nr
ompnete withI European conrtribuotors
in the ideal and hiisttrie lines~ of art,
in w bticf an int imnate knowledge of
thre hunmhan fortm is required, but
tbirie is reasotn to believe 'tba. i
- landscapes thre work of otwr ar'tists
will comnpare favorably with that tof
their btrthreni of any conuntry, w i ht
a few notable individual exceptions.
A t anty rate, thre comamifsion hiopeso,
our' display will average up pretty
well is the general exibit.
The United States manl-of-war
W yomrirng is at -the Navy Yard, being
elaboratecly egniipped frt Convey inIg
to FW'aIIce" ' he Commnissieone s and.
ClerksB. General McCor miuck takles
* onl.Iy five ft. the Jat ter with him.
They* have a soft tin g of it, for thej
- reeoive their p)assage botn ways iwd
$100 ai mlonith w hile at Paris. The
Gentral fias beeni overwhebue;d with
a pplications for these ; osin1ons, anud
so many letters have poured it. upon01
him that a fortnighit ago b.e nn
nonneeud t hat he would not even read
apl~) icait ionis for a~ppo(int mfenits. The. e
is c.rneidurabIe f. eborg here algalinst
See:etar'y Schuotz, and the miarjori ty
of,epcople woul . hail his resign~atiynr
>dtilasteor Genieral Keys thus~ far
jae Iav'. rite, a inali collireuns in
mannrer, and who isi perfectly immlo
vi able by ary ring or irflumence. Not
an-Iemptloyt o in htis extensive depart
ment hase been. renmoved- since he
enf cred n pon his duties, except where
absoluite pros f was given of his or
het ibability to till the place. This
* ~ cahnot be said of Schrtrz, who is
constatly mak ing removals subrose
niot witstand ing hi. public assertions
* Thirtoon is an . unlucky number of
persons to sit, down to dmnner, if there
* isa only elmough to go around comfor-.
itabjy for twelve.
-~ 'i4ro is a man somewhere whose
espgay la so short that It only reaoh
esteli1. kn' he tbtfore he never
~ 4 t~ ~"?o
./ 1.A14 0~
o,,ai.'** .'.-~ -
UAXMN6 T :ltirQkditO'a'el
saiin bus bei reared in~ i i
dhurch neighborood, Claei county,
groanslike a uuin being in dis
tyse yng.3 uee of' or"
sons of both colors vi.ilco the place
L1:a 'rec&nt'S(AvN9 W*l> h'iAr-tied
ful soti N1. -1/h ifliebloeed pepole,
the inltOrdat ini the mysterious sounds
is enhanced by the fact that the tree
saisir1> ga , gr,c r i
and is iear, the place W bere a n41
of their colur was killed by lighto
ning a year ago4.
Some time ago the'e was a female
lectirer who went about seeking
whoin she rigft -tvinV e that eat
ing potlatoes produced a thirst .r ail
eoholic driki'. *Now.comes an Eng
lish scientist who declares that a
vegotable diet is a renarkAble he!p
to the cure of drunkentness. Th,re
is always a plea.inlg va iely of-il
formation to be had in It progres
"YLu have of on," 6aid the clerg%.
man, "ieurd thei brethrni-ay Ameii
amilein! while' som6 one was piaying.
What do Itly meani If any one
knows let lim hold up his hand." Up
jump1ed a lile~ fellow,' so e:ogor to
inswer is not to %unit f -r recognition.
"I knan!' hlie called out. "It m1eanw
hi rv and get through "Ttierc
an audible smile.
The more quiety ind pcace,ibly
we get, on the better-the better for
ollr neirhl)ors. In nine cases out, of
ton the best policy is, it a man che's
you, quit dealing with him; if 1o is
abtivc, quit lis compaiy; if he tlai
ders you, tke Care to-livo so that, n.
body will believe ) I; no IatterN who
ho. is, or. how b1c - miiuses y-Ou, the
wisest way is to let himi aLloie; for
there is nothingi better than) this c,oI,
calmi, quiet way of deidl'ng u~ ithi those
Reaching n'fter' the unaittainable--A
manhh feclhng upi Iunder' the back <.f his
vest fo'r the endI ot a pa ted suspendler.
to) a niidonC's check by the~ earnIer.
neiss of hiis gazo, s~aid to) her: 'M~Iy looks
havo'( p)Lg)ted rOSOS ill your i<;heeks,
wVhy forbid me0 to gaither thlen i Tlhie
1.&t4 perriits him in ho si w to rei: p a
A lady' a'kedl a pupd1 atl a pub:ic
school1, "Whiat was the sin of the
Phiat isces?" "'Eating camels, marm i,"
quiickly) replied the childi. She lead
tht the P'harisees "'strained at giats
anid swatllowved CamU.
Thlle followinug obitury alppere"i
a1 Mem'phis paper on a man killed by a
circular saw: "le was an up~right
Christian, U good citizenl, and an ar
dent pati iot, buit of limited infdrmna
tion- with reguid to circular saws.
It is the opinion of an intelligent
dairyman that there is a difference of
two quarts of mihk a day between a
cow 'comnfortarbly housed aind the same
one exposo0d to the cold for half the
day, as8 we see them.
A would-bo suicide wr'noto those
farowc Il words to his .wife: D)ear
Maud-when my body is dragged out
of tho river they can idlentify it by the
linen patch you p)ut in the seat of my
black cloth trowsers.
The Drlington News urges th'e
impo)(rtan!ce oif tea cuiliture.
sewving MaciIne is the ensiest solling and
)est salisfying in the market. 10 has a very
large shuttle; makes t he lock sitich; is simple
an construct ion; very light running, and al
rnost unoiselessu. It is imlpossible for oIlher
miachines to sell in direct comupetit ion withI
the Whitec. Agents Wanted. Apply for
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When I say cure T 'lo not mean merely to
stop them for a limo and then have th&en re
turn again, I mean a radlical cure I am a
regular physician and have . made the dis
Fita', Epilepsy or Falling
A life-long study. I warrant my reme(ly to
cure the worst cases. licause others have
failed is no reasor. for not now receiving a
cure from me. Hend to me at once for a
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remedy. Give express andl post offioe.' It
costs you nothing for a tril. andl I 'will cure
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?!CK!NS COUNTY DIECTOaT,
Senator-R E Boewen.
Repreean7tative-D)F Bradley and E HI Bates
Clerk of Court-John J Lewis.
Judge of P' obate-W G Field.
SCoroner-Berry B3 Earle.
School Comnmieewner--G W Singleton.
Treaurer-W U Berry.
Audit or-John 0 Davis.
County Commissioner-B J Johnson Chai
rman-John T Le*is,~ Thou P Looper. ClerI
County Commiissioners, C L Hlollingsworth.
Trial .Tutice-Aaitry, 'T W Ruusse11-Sa'
lubrsity, J R Holoosb-Cenir.d, Janies A
Liddell-Piek-noe O R., 0 W 1alor-Daeua
t#ft, B I Morgaa-NIs ?lee% W ToHe
On and after Sun4ypDeipb 19,
Passenger Trifs oe' thV Iwtk*6 0sroas
Railroad will, en " -folod
Feave Charleston , 1
Arrive at Cplumbia . 00 a
Arrive at Augusta &16P
Leave Columbia 9 00 a'i
Arrive at Charleston 4 46 p m
Leave Augusta '
Arrive at Charleston 44
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPIESS. -
Leave Charleston 4 16 p 8n
Arrive at Columbis 7 20 a m
Leave Columbia 7 00 p m
Arrive at Charleston 6 40 a ut
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston 8 00 p m
Arrive at Augusta 7 45 a m
Leave Aug,nsta ' 80pa
Arrive at Charleston 7 40 a ra
Leave Summerville at 7 80 a m
Arrive at Charleston 8 45 a m
Leave 0harleston .. 8 16 p M
Arrive at Summepville 4 80 p m
Connects at Kingville daily [except Sun%
days] with Up and Down Day and Passenger
Day anA Night Trains connect at Augusta
with Georgia Railroad, Macon and Augusta
Railroad and Central RailroAd. This route
via Atlanta is the qnickest 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, Cincibnatl, Chicago, St.
Louis. and all other points West and North
Day Train connects at Columbia with the
Through Train on chiarlottee Road (which
leaves at 9 p. m.) for all points North.
S. S. 3OLOMONS, Superintendent.
S. B. PicKE4s, General Tieket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R 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
Leave Aiston at 1.0p.
Leave Nevgberry at223pi
ILeave flodges at,66p
Leave 13eltoni at .6pi
Arrive at Greenville at886pi
Leave Greenville at, .0am
iLeave fIton at 91 r
L.eave Hodges at 1.~ai
,.eave New berry at14pm
Leave Aiston at .0pi
Arriveat LXumbiaat1.10 p n,
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Trai leve bbeihleat .16a .0 anec
Arrtiv at 21 pi. connectngawi 1.p r
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Spayhur Wendayniond aiays. conetya
Colubia t. 11.15 a ins o on the Srouth c
tng )w Dw Train from Greenville. Leni t.
h0ei ur at 2.'lo5 p. m., coninect.ingiwith 1.y.
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ANDE11sON BRANCH AND T LUE R1DS%
f.eave Waihalla at 6.50 a in
Leave Seneca at M' 6.20 a in
Leave P'erryville at 6.30 a in
heave Pendleton at 7.20 a ir.
Leave Anderson at 8.10 a m
Ai rlve at BJelton at 8.50 a in
Leave Belt on at 7.05 pm
Leave Anderson at -7.60 p in
Leave Pendleton at 8.45 p in
Leave Perryvlleo 9.20 p mn
Leave Seneca at / . 9.80 p in
Arrive at WValhalla . .10.00 p in
Accommodation Train, between BlelLpn and
Anderson on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat ura
days, Leave Bellon at 9.60 a mn., or on afriv
al of Down Train from Greenville. .Leave
Anderson at 2.00 p mn., connecting with Up *
ThIOM AS DODAMEA:D,
JAnF.z NonvON, dr., General Ticket Agent
Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Bailway
Leave at Atlanta at 6Opi
Leave Toc.coa City at 4p
Leave Westminster at 04pi
Leave Beneca city at 1lpi
Leave central at 1 8pi
Leave Liberty at107ai
Leave Easley at 12a
LeaveGreevilleat.5 00p m
Arriv at carlote at0 4~ a mn
Leave Charotte't.1847 p in
Leavs .Sartnbur at12 47 a in
Leaves Greenville at. 2 20 a in
Leave Spartabur at.- 2 8 a m -
Leaves LChartte at 8 4 p m
LeavesCeparanbr at. 8124 a m
Leaves Ea ity at. 2 34am
Leaves Westminister at 4 18 a in
Leaves Toccoa at 608 ami
Arrrives at Atlanta at 9 85 a m
Leaves Atlanta at 6 00 a in
Leaves Toceoa at ,10 28 amn
Leaves V estminister at 11 16 a in
Leaves Seneca eity at 11 18 a in
Leaves Central at 12 25p m
Le.aves Libert,y at 12 483 p an
Leaves Easley at128p
Leaves Greenvlle at 1 80 p a
Leaves Spartanburg at 2 68 p a
Arrive at Charlotte at 6 17 p a
Leave Charlotte at 11 00 a an
~eave Spartanburg at 2568 p m
Leave Greenville at 4 1U p a
Leave Easley at 4 40'p -
Leaves Liberty at * 4 58 p a
Leave (,entral at 6 11 p a
Leave Seneca City at 6 48 p.a
Leave Westminster at 648 pin
Leav. Toccom City at .6'54 p ,
Arrive..at A tlanta at 'U 18 p.a
lin addition to these trains, thCre ~ate two
local freight trains and two 'hro k freight
trains running regular ly.. and .o% a ext
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