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Death from Hydrophobia.
Mr. Asa Pool, a citizen of Spartau,
burg county, died from hydrophobia,
on the 27th ult. The following ac
count of his death is given by a corres
pondent to the Columbia Register:
"Pool did not seem to be vicious,
but rather frightened, and solicitous
of help from those around him, and
talked rational up to late in the after.
noon. 1Ie said he was in no pain, but
when the spasms came on he seemed
to experience a smothering sensation.
Hie wont about the yard with a dipper
of water in his hand, and would say,
"I want this water, but I can't drink
it." Late in the afternoon he seemed
to grow worse, and wont wild, and
ran as fast as he could for about a
hundred yards, and was forcibly
brought back and confined in a smoke
house, when he became so furious that
he had to be tied with sheets. He
foamed at the mouth and was raving
mad up to the time of his death.
"Mr. Pool was a single man about
45 years old. All who visited him
were profundly impressed with the
terrible malady of which he died, and
relate the scenes and incidents with
a sense of horror, and indeed by say
ing, "I can't describe it." sloveral
othors have been bitten, and this case
of Pool's will doubtless give a great
deal of uneasiness to other parties."
GRAIN CUOPIN TIIE WEsT.-The St.
Louis Republican says nearly all the
reports received from the interior of
Missouri and Illinois of tho grain crop
now heing harvested concur in repre.
sonting it as unusually fine. The
reaping in the lower part of these
States began in the midst of the rain
that prevailed from the 1st to the 10th
of the month, and thero is a .
plaint about the sprouting of grain
cut at that time, but the rainy spell
has been over for a wvenk. and the
veatlier is fan rable for harvest work.
Nearly all the whoat in Missouri is
cut anid shocked, mnuch of it is stack
ed, and some has been threshed out
and is on our market. Ii pr~oves to be
good quality, very full, plump) and
fair, and free from intermixture. Thej~~
crop last year wa~s large, but that of
the presont year will be still largei
and botte'r. It will be so large as to
make livingr unusually cheap, even
af ter wve shall have shipped to En rope
as much of the surplus as can afford
to pay tuo cost of carriago.
In an election on the "fence ques
ion" in Richmond Couinty, Georgin,
en the 1st instant, the votes in favor
of "fence" was about 8 to 1. This
beats 8. to 7, all hollow.
The Union Times~ i not one of thoso
who hold that the members of the
Lecgislature are over~paid. For a
sixty days' session they get $300. It
costs a member a month's wvork to be
elected, and his expenses to Columbia
are at least $l.75c. a day. Now be
has neglected his own busmness for
three months, which is wvorth $1.35.
Grand total $315 which is $15 less
than he receives.
Governor Ihampton's address at
Blackville, to a portion of his old CJon
federate command, will attract atten
tion far beyond the himits of his own
State. The pledges made two years
ago in regard to the colored men must,
he says, be fait hfully carried out in
the future. They are equal before
the law and must be treated as equals
The carpet baggers will find no com
fort in a policy of that kind.-N. Y.
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PICEENS COUNii DIaECOYI,
Benator-R E Bowen.
Representativea-D F Brad ley and E IH Bates
Clerk of Court-John J Lewis.
Judge of P obate-W (G Field.
Ooroner-Berry B Earle
Bchoot Commisioner-O W Slugleoton.
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rman-John T Lewis, Tho opf d lee
Cotenty Oommis.pioners, IO @ gswot,
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On-and a S
Passenger iraneo O *.
Railroad will run as low .
Arrive at Columbia
Leave Charleston *
Arrive at Augusta _6 0",
- FOR CHARLESTON.
Leave Columbia 9
Arrive at Charleston
Arrive at Charleston 4
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXP 8
Leave Charleston 9
Arrive at Columbia 7".
Leave Columbia -70f
Arrive at Charleston 4
AUGUSTA NIGHT EX ES&.
Leave Charleston 809 n
Arrive at Augusta 7 45
Leave Augusta 880 .
Arrive at Charleston 740,
SUM MERVILLE TR IN.
(Sundays excepts3 )
Leave Summerville at 7 80. .
Arrive at Charleston 8 4i a%
Leave Oharleston 816
Arrive at Summerville 4 80-p
Connects at Kingville dail except 86,n
days] with Up and Down Da ud Passeng'e
Day and Night Trains.con t at Augusta
with Georgia Railroad, Mac and Augusta,
Railroad and Central Railro . This 1ronte
via Atlanta is the qniokest d most diteo
route, and as comfortable cheap, as
other route, to Montgomer Selma, Mobile,
New Orleans, and all other- ints Southwestj
and to Louisville, Cinoin ti, Chicago, 86..
Louis, and all other points eat and north..
Day Train connects at C imbia with the
Through Train on charldee Road' (whiek
leaves at 9 p. m.) for all plts North. ..%
S. S. G3OLOMONS, Aiperintendent.
S. B. PicKEts, Generallieket Agent.
Greenville & Cimbia i
CHANGE OF SCI ULE,
Passenger trains run dail: andays except
ed, connecting with night rains on South y
Carolina Railroad up and d . On and aft.
er Monday, July 16. 1877, e fellowingo will.
be heSchedule; I
Leave Columbia at 11.10 a M
Leave Aston at
Leave Newberry at .api
Leave Hodges at .6pi
Leave Belton at 7.Mpi
Arrive at Greenville at8.6pi
Leave Greenville at 20n
Leave Belton at9.0ai
Leave Hodges at J 1.7ai
Lueave New berry at / 1.2pn
Leave Alston at8.0pi
Arrveat olmbi a 6.00 p mn
~i~onect a A~htn Ii7rain on th
Sparanbrg ad Uzion roa; c.nec a m
AratColumbia aNgt Tri.00heSot Car
olina Railroad up and do ; also with Trairga
going North and South he Charlotte, Co
lumbia and Auguista and Wilmington, Con
-Train leave Abbeville'9-15 a in., connecf
ing with D)own Train ff4 Greenville. Lea' o
Cokesbuiry a t 2.15 p ny. nnlecting. with p
Train from Colu~mbia.- ommodat ion Train,
Mondays, Wednesdays d Fridays. Leage
Cokesbury at 11.16 a p r on the arrival cf
the Down Train from 6 niville. Leav'es Ate
beville at 1 o'clock p.~ connecting with Cy~
Train from Columbia.
ANDER8ON BIRANCJ ND TLUE RIDGE
Leave Walhmalla at 6.0ai
Leave Seneca at 82
Leave Perryville at880ai
Leave Pendleton at720au
Leave Anderson at 81ai
Am rh at elto at5.50 a m
LArve atBelton at 7.0 a
Leave Anderson at 7.60 p in
Leave Pendleton at 8.46 p in
Leave Perryville 9.20 p-m
Leave Seneca at 9.80 p in'
Arrive at Walhall 10.00 p a
Accommodation ins between Belton and
Anderson on Tues , Thursdays and Batur..
d ys, Leave Belt t 9.60 a mn., or on arri.
a! of Down Trai omn Greenville. Leave
Aniderson at 2.0 ., connecting with Vp
JADE'n NORTON , General Ticket Agent
Atlanta & Ri ond Air Line Railway
Leave at Atlant 5~ n
Leave Toccoa Cjat942pi
Leave Westmin at 1 2P~4
Leave Seneca e~a 111
Leave central 14p
Leave Easley 12a
Leave Greenvi t 0aa
Leave Spartan g at 28ai
Ar'rive at charoe at 81~t~
Leaves Charl at87p
Leaves Spart rg at 14a
Leaves Green e at 2a
Leaves Easle 8m
Leaves Libert 80ai
Leaves Centr t 84c
Leaves Seniec t y at 4m
Loaves West ster at418ai
Leaves To t 0.p
Arrrives at ta at* 9-6a
Leaves tla at 00 a
Leave Tac t . 10 428 p
Leave ~Ve Istr at11 11 ? in4
Leaves Sen city a
Leavesas12t 268a m
Leaes pa urgat 61 00aa
Leave Ch eat2110 .wa at
L~e~6 To2 C4tyaatn
Anim a ~taa8.24~ a
In ddi toth~e tain,4 18 sc
Leravesii Toc U . 10 -2
Leave , es ise t113