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LET BYGONES BEBYGONES.
Lot bygones be bygones; if bygones were
By ought that occasioned a pang of regret,
Oh, let them in darkest oblivion be shronded,
Tie wise, 'tis kind to forgive and forget.
Let bygones be bygones, and good be ex
From III over which it is folly to fret;
The wisest of mortals have foolishly acted
The kiddest are those who forgive and forget.
Let bygones be bygones; oh, cher'sh no
The thought that the sun of Affection has set,
Eclipsed for a momemt, its rays will be
If you, like a christian, forgii e and ferget.
Let bygones be bygones; your heart will be
When kindness of yours with reception has
The flame of your love will be purer and
If, God-like, you strive to forgive and forget.
Let bygones be bygones; oh, purge out the
Of malice, and try an example to set
To others, who, craving the mercy of heaven,
Are sadly too slow forgive and forget..
Let bygones be bygones; remember how
To heaven's forbearance we all are in debt;
They value God's infinite goodness too cheaply
To heed not the precept, "Forgive and for
A Marvellous Escape.
As much interest as there may be
attached to the war between the con
tending railroads in the Grand Canon
of Arkansas, no occurrence has trans
pired in that local!ty which has an
accident which recently happened to
Mrs. E. J. Mallett. of Canon City.
Mrs. Mallett is an excellent horse
woman, and having great confidence
in her riding skill, started out last
Sunday afternoon with her tusband
and other fi iends on horseback to
Visit the scene of operations in the
Canon. Of the wonderful canons in
Colorado the Grand Canon of the
Arkansas is the most awe inspiring.
The walls are 2,000 feet high at
places, and almost perpendicular.
Before operations were begun within
them by the railroad men no one
-ever attemp1ted to pass through the
.gorge except during thc winter, and
then on ice. Thme laborers have,
however, made paths in the very
sides of thie imwense precipices, andi~
it was along one of these that Airs.
Mallett and her friends were trave.l
ling. She rode a trusty horee, and
w~as as comp~osed as any of her party
They had proceeded to a point bey
ond the horse trail and were des,
cending a steep hill. The path was
a narrow one, the walls of thme canon
shooting far up towaid the blue,
Clear sky, and down for hundreds ot
feet until they dipped into the dis-t
turbed waters of the rapid rolling
A rkansas. It wvas at thbis danger ous
Bpot that Mrs. Mallett's horse stum
bled and fell. There was no room
for the least falter. This was, there-.
fore, a fatal step. Mrs. Malle;t,
with abnost incredible presence of
mind, disentangled herself from her'
horse. Below her ten feet was shelv
ing rock about. fifteen inches wide.
This she struck and caught with her
hands. With nerve that would make
the sterner sex proud of manhood,
the lady held on to the rock, dang
ling in the air, gripping it withdes
peration. Had she let go, her next
lodgment would have been en an
other shelf' fifty feet belowv. To hold
on was thlerefore her, only resort.
With all the dispatch possible, Mr.
Mallett and others came to her res
cue, and succeeded irr tak~ing her
from her perilous situiation almost
uninjured, but, of course, very much
exhausted finom frighti
Now comes the stranges' part of
the story. The horse fell anid lodged
on the same shelf to which his mis
trness n as clinging. In falling he
had turned completely around, but
there he tood on the narrow ledge
of stone, bnggig the wall and evi
dently reali~zing his posit ion, it horse
ever realized anything. Ile did not
stir a muscle, hardly breathed for an
hour or wore., until ropes strong
enough to take him out wereO sent
for and obtained at a camp a mile
distant. By the time these arrived
fifty men more who were engaged in
the canon had gathered along the
tradl,and as mauy as could make
- thewrselves useful assisted in lifting
thesaimar up. H~e seemed to~al,
ize dully that steps were being tAken
for his relief, and did not move to
make resistance until be was placed b
upon a sure footing in the patb. it
The escare of Mre. Mallett, under th
the circustances, is very little less
than miraculous, and tbat.the horse b(
should have been saved is almost in- tl
crediblo. The accident and the res- te
cue have pro'ed prolific themes of tL
conveisation in Ca'on, and the first in
report caused corresponding excite- tu
ment. Mrs. Mallett is the wife of b
Prof. Mallett, w.o is tle proprietor 1
of the reduction works at Canon -
Denver (Col.) Tribune, May 3. b
MADISON, WIsOONSoN, May 25
Further reports from the scenle off
the cyclone are heartrending in tle
extreme. Whole farms were laid d
waste, and entire familes were kill
ed. At least twenty five peisoIts are
known to have been killed, and twice
's many more were seriously in jured
in this coiuty alone. TLo storm
commenced south and southwest oi
Mineral Poiut, going across the State P
in an east to northeast direction, and
expending its force near Waukesla
and Milwaukee. whilo Alineral Point
and Fort Atkinson suffered seriously. p
The loss of life and property were
tar greater- iii thi6 county. The dire
effects of the storm were greatest
from Primrose, in the southwest pal t i
of the county, to within six or eight a
miles south of this city, where it a
seemed to rise, and again approached
the earth near Fort Atkinson. The
storm in passing through this coumn- t
ty, was from a quarter to a halt mile LC
in width, and mowed everythingOL
clear in its path. About twenty-five f
years ago a stbrm of a like nature
pisbed through nearly the identical C
portion of the county. A great deal
of the land is low and wet. f
LIFE.-Tho evening of ovary man's
day is coming on apace. The day of P
life wvill soon be spent. Th sun,
though it may be up in mid heaven, h
will pass down the western sky and
disappear. What shall light man's
path vwhen the sun of life go down?
IHe must travel on to the next world,
but what will illuminate, his footsteps 1
after the nightfall of death, aminid the
dairkness of his journey? T1here is an
ovoning in the naura wor;iuts al
diane. is brightadbatiu m
cheering to the benighted traveler.
But life's evening star is a good hope
of Heaven. Its beauty and brilliancy b
are reflected from the sun of' Right
cousness whose bright rays light up b
the evening of life, and throw theniir
radiance quite across the darkness of
the grave. It has illuminated the
footsteps of many a weary traveler
into eternity. It is of priecless value
--a thousand worlds catn not puLrchase
it, and yet, it is offered without mioney
and without price to him who wimll's
ponitently and thankfully receive it. d
Wm i. Walker, ini a card pu blished
in the Keowee C2ourier, denIies the n
statement madle bs the Pickens SE'N
TINEL that lie wvas recently abused b)
the revenue officials who had ar*-m
rested him, and does not complain
of t heiri treatment. Is hie tryi~ng to d(
makhe fair weather with th(le ofliciails
by this den ial?-Colr~m bia Register.
The cit izens in a cei tain section of
Pickens County have fallen out with
Governor 11 ampton, because revenule
oflicia'ls have arrested parties who
gave bcond under Judge Mackey's
guaranty of general amnesty. The~ -
Pickens SENTIINIEL very clearly eX
plinls the pos'itLion of Gov. 11am pton,
and his lack of responsibility f.or thme 1n
conducet ot revenu te 'fliciakls, which ~
will (loulbtliess remove the wrong im-- 81
l'' ession. The Governor' pays (lie isr
full penalty of greatness and exten, ar"
siye influence. In some1( quarters h<
they are not done char ging him re
sponsi bil ity' for the stock law, which
a as left altogether to local option.
The wheaL'crop in upper Kershaw isl
is Baid to be the best this year that "m
has ever been raised in the county.--- p~
Nearly ovary planter will have enough
flour' of his own production to last
him until another crop can be har, N
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The next United btates Senate will *
be Democratic by from eight to a
- ***-----el c
No man likes to hold a girl baby "
in his arms until she Is about sevenr
.een years old.
CATARRI.-A writer in the Ti
me says that this disease is enrable
the sufferer will persist in using
The remedy is crushed cubebs
rries, smoked in a pipe, emitting
e smoke tirough the nose, after a
w trials, this will be easy to do. If
e nose is stoped up so that it is al
oat impossible to breathe, one pipe.
I will make the head as clear as a
!ll. The sire throat, asthma and
'onchitis, swallowing the smoke
ves immediate relief. It is the
.st remedy in the world for iffensive
-eath, arid will make thle most foul
eath pure and sweet. Sufferers
on that most horrible disease, ul
rated catarrh, will find this emc
r unequaled, and a month's use will
tre the most obstinate case. A sin.
e trial will convince any one. Eat
g the uncenshed berries is also goiod
r Bore throat anid all bronchil com
aints After smoking, do not ex
>se yourself to cold air for at least
[teen minutes. The berries are
3rtectly harmless, arid there is no
30 giving~ catarrh to doctors .wlien
Al Cin plocure thiis reCedy at any
rug store and having the berries
.u can easily crush them yourseHf.
1ow that gold is down so very
w. we would advise everybody,
;ld especially poor people, to lay in
large spplv tor futu re use.
A pret ty W isconsini seh otlmar m11
encourage prom1iptness, )rominsed
kiss the first scholar at school, and
e big boys took to roosting on the
nce all night.
A man w ho junped overb ard re
ntly to save his wife from drown
ig, has explai ted his action satis
cto.ily to his friends. Hie said She
ad a good deal ot jewelry on Imer
e~rson, an d gold was high.
TIhec rieb young meni who didn't
arn trades teni year~s aigo, because
mcir fat hers were "indepen dent" ar e
ow in New York sitting on bast
-ood1 shiovels anid wail it.g for a snow
atik to draw on.
W~ byv do not p iuter~s snecceed to
ie sune exten t as brewers? leca use
rin ters. woi k for the hiead, anid
lowers for thli stomache; and w here
venty~ inen have stomiachs bu:t one
An albaniy won1ian~ woke her lhus,
andI~ duiig a 6torm, the o.thlier ig hit
w ri rg, tor I1 wanit to hear the th un
"I will kits ,you, Eve," said the
itternial ancesto~r of us all to Iiis care
>osa. "I don't care A damn it you
>," she replied.
"D~ying in povem ty," says a modern
oralist, "is nothing--it's living in
>verty that comes on a fellow."|
Madame P'oppenheimn, Prima Don
has disappeared, and it is hinted
e has gone to Europe to escape her|
Whiskey is like an eternial furn-_
e, and ant infurnal !turn us. f
Subseribe for the Scntincl.|
Look out for mad dogs.
Pay your subscription.
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F ICEZN COUNTi DIRECTOIT,
Sen ator-R E Bowen.
Representatives-.--D F Bradley and E HI Bates
Clerk of Court-John J Lewis.
Judge of P obate--W G Field.
Coroner-Berry B Earle
School Commrisaeoner-O WV Singleton.
Treasurer-W R Berry.
Auditor-John () Davis.
County C'ommisionera-B J J ohnson C ha.
rman-John T Lewis, Thos P Looper. Clerk
Count-y Comumissioners, C L Hollingsworth.
Tria? Justices--Easley, J R Gosseit-Ba,
lubrityt, Marcus A Boggs-Oentral, James A
Liddell-Pickens C II., GI WI Taylor--Da.U.
ville, J B Sutherlasd-Mile Creek, T WV Tulli-a
*oan.....eRafr J. M &tewart
South Carolina RaIlrto
CHARLESTON, 8. C., Deq. 18, 1876.
On and after Sunday, Deeemner 19, the
Passenger. Trains oa* the South, C0rliaa
Railroad will run as followes
Leave Ciarlestpo 9 15p
Arrive at Columbia G 00 P *o
Leave Charleston 9 15 a m
Arrive at Augusta 5 16 p M
Leave Columbia 9 00 a m
Arrive at Charleston 4 46 p m
Leave Augusta 9 00 a m
Arrive at Charleston 4 45 p m
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston 9 1 p n
Arrive at Columbia 7 20 a m~
Leave Columbia 7 00 p m
Arrive at Charleston 6 40 a m
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Chaleston 8 00 pm
Arrive at Augusta 7 45 a m
Leave Augusta 8 80 p re
Arrive at Charreston 7 40 a n
Leave Summerville at 7 80 a
Arrive at Charleston 8 46 a m
Leave Charleston 8 16 p m
Arrive at Summerville 4 80 p, m
Connects at Kingville daily [except Sun..
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, Selmna, 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. PIcKEls, General Tieket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R R.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Passenger trains run daily. Sundays except.
ed, connecting with night trains en South
Carolina Railroad up and down. On and aft
er Monday, July 16, 1877, the following will
be the Schedule
Leave Columbia at 31.10 a m
Leave Alston at .l0 p m
Leave Newberry at 2.23 p m
Leave Hodges at 6.55 p mn
Leave Belt on at 7.05 p in
Arrive at Greenville at 8.86 p an
Leave Greenville at 7.20 a an
Leave lielton at '9.10 a ny
Leave Hodges at 30.4'i an)
.meave Newberry at 1.42 p niw
Leave Alston at 8.20 p no
Arrive rat Cnlnmbia at 6.00 p in
3~iConnect at Alaten w)M1 Tirni-s on the
Spartainburg and Union Railroad ; connect a
Columbia with Night Trains on the South Cat'
olina Railroad op and down ; also with Traita
going Nortlh and South on the Charlotte, Co
lumnbia and Augusta sid the Wilmington, Co.,
Tram leave A bbe'viile tat 9..15 a mn., conneef
ing with Down Train fromn Greenville. Leat c
Cokesburry at 2,15 p as,, conneeting with 1 p
Train from Columnbia. Aeeeenedation Train,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Lesye
Cokcesbury rat 11.l5 a m,, or on the arrival ets
the Down Train from Greenville,. LeaVes At'
b:.ville at 1 o'clock p. m-., conneeting with Cy
Train from Columbia.
ANDERSON BRANCH AND TLUE R13CE
Leave WahaHla at &.50 a an
Leave Seneca as 6.20 a o
Leave Perryville at 6.80 a nr
Leave Pendleton att 7,204g ns
Leave Anderson at 8,1 a m
Ai rive at Beltenuat 8.6a0
Leave Beltcmnat ' 7.05 pm
Leave Anderson at 7.60 p in
Leave Penadleton at 8.46 p in
Learve Perry villo 9.20 p mn
Leave Beneca at * .8 y
Arrive at Walhalla 10,00 p in
Accommodation Trains between Bellos an~d
Anderson on Tuesdays, Thursdays and FaSnrA
days, Leave Belton at 9.50 a~ n., or ona arriv
al of Down Train from Greenville. Leave
Arderson at 2.00 p mn., connecting with Up~
JAnEZ NoRToN, Jr., General Ticket Agent
Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Ralway
Leave at Atlanta at 5 08p m
Leave Toccoa City at 9 42 p m
Leave Westminster at 10 42 p a
Leave Seneca city at 11 up m
Leave central at 1148pim
Leave Liberty at 12 07 a in
Leave Easley at 12 26 a ta
Leave Greenville at 1 00 a m
Leave Spartanburg at 2 30 a a
Arrive at charlotte at 6 12. m
Leaves Charlot te at 8 47 p m
Leaves Spartanburg at 19 4~ a
Leaves Greenville at 2 20 a an
Leaves Easley at 2 48 a m
Leaves Liberty at -8 04 a a
Leaves Central at 824 ain
Leaves Seneoa City at 3/54 a in
Leaves Westminister at 4 18 a m
Leaves Toccoa at 608 a a
Arrrives at Atlanta at 9 86 a-m
Leaves Atlanta at 6 00 a a
Leaves Toccoa at 10 28 a a
Leavesa W esginister at ,11 16 a an
Leaves Seneca city at 11 18 a a
Leaves. Central at122p
Leaves Liberty at 25 pdg
Leaves Easley at 12 58 p at
Leaves Greenville at 1 8') p ig
Leaves Spartanburg at 2 ob p a
Arrive at Charlotte ata 6 17 p
Leave Charlotte at 11 Oana
Aieave Spartanb~urg at 265 ptn
Leave Greenville at 4 11p
Leave F"aaley at -4 40 pin
Leaves Liberty at 4 63 p n 4
Leave (,entral at. & 11 p us
Lcave Seneca City at 43 pat
Leave Westminster at 08p,
Leave Toccoa City at 6 64 p at
Arriye at Atlaanta st. 11 18p 9a
In addition to these trains, there are *we
local freight trains and two through'~ freight
trains runping regularly, and .often extre
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