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T1riREE SuoTS OF AN AsSASSIN.
On Friday night last. while (1
Governor .J ames M. Siiti, (
Georgia, was walking along Rar
dlolph street, in Columbus, thre
shots were fired at him by Evan
Wright. Two of the shots firei
passed through the ,ex-Governor'
coat, blut without injuring his pei
son. The hooting was'witnesse
by a number of persons. The ii,
tended victii was told at the tim
that some one was shooting at hin
1)utl he did not believe it, and di
tiot know that the shots had bee:
:limed at. A himi util he reaclhed th
hotel and foun(l the holes in hi
coat. Wriht Was arl'reste(l all
locked up. He was crazed wit
liqolr, an. his fricls tried t
Miake it appear that he w4.s -Ul;
sh) ootiing foi fun. I) July, 188
desseB. Wright, a b rothier of th
assassin. was killed by Ben Mitch
.l; wis (lefend(ed by Governo
Smith, anl( thr(u his efforts wa
alCquitted bv thie jury. Evn
Wright waIS in(lignant. at the rc
-uilt of the trial, an(l has ever sinc
(.her1ishled a, grudge aga".inst Go
S'mith, which he tii(d to gati
)11 Frida y nihlit. A'rigt hIIIs h seeI
r (ease( : a hoi l of $500. I
wol~lid seem from this that ex-Go
11rnor1s are, ceap inl Gemogia.
N1-vi.nloo L ~vri.: -ro LI~Em.
~O( rates, at an1 extreme old (41 g 2
earnedC( 0o plaly ml mil1sical ill
st rIl eln lt s.
'ato, at 80 yn rs of ag e. learne
to speaik the G( reek lanu'age.
Plutar11ch. whenl 78. comitlme
ihe study of Latin.
BOocaccio wus :15 years f
whenl le Qnlnulerice his st uidies i
Ilhl1t. literature, yet. he h)erIm ()n
Wf tle greatest maist crs of the Tiis
("11n dialect-.,Danite and~ Petratrch hc
ing thie other two.
Sir Heirv Spj~eIhnan neglecte,
I he Scienc(es in) his youth., but com
I e(c(d tle stu 1of v t iihen whel
he was between fifty a 11( si xt
ye1.s of age. After this lie 1he
nme I(a arned ptiqur'11in am
to the Du1)t ch Iangtuage(J butt ai few
yeartIs before his death.
Lu4idov ico 310enald sen, at th
gr1eat age of 1I5 I).wrote th~e mem~i
iors of his own times.
OgilbIy, t lie tranilslator of Hom)IIe
ami( Vrirgil, was unuaequainited wit
Latin and G.reek until lhe was past
Franklin did not fully commlrene
his phi losophiceal pur'suits till hi
hiad reaceheud his fiftieth year.
Dryden. in his (8th vear, coir
mned t he t ranslation of the Ilias
h is muost pleasing pro~dulctionl.
---In bor inug for waf er' near Snak
R iver, about 45 miles from Day tor
Ore., recently, a stratum of froze
earth was encountered at a dept
of 55 feet. Passing through thi
t'or flye feet numerous cavities wer
found, from which coldl air (cam
in gusts. The escapinig air at th
botton of the well can be hea~r
r'oaring at some distance. It is nc(
p)ossihle for atny one to hold hi
h~and1 over tihe well for any lengt
of time without freezing It, and'
bucket of water let dlOwn into th
- utes.'.Work on the well has beeri
abandoned on account of the cold..
> -Chicago Times.
e -Cowai-d, tlke man shot by Bo-.
s gan Casli,,wlenjichards was kille
ed, died on Tuesday last. He
s suffeed horribly, bit never blimed
young Cash for the accident..
--A young convert to Mormon.
ism, who recently married into.a
prominent, saint's family, now. has
d eight mothers-in-daw.
--i ne is what we vait most,
but vh at we 'U worst, 101 which
we must all account, when timej
shall be no more.
-MAlarriage is at end of imn. a
man's trouble but it would be im
prudent to say which end.
r -1hrrh Qirrfor,,.
S Met1hodist Church..Rev W. H. K trtonl,
l~tor Picken. Circui.
Firt Stouhi at 11 :1, m., at Daeln-villet
and1)( at :3 ). Ill., at Antioch.
Weluesdayfl ight before Sermld Sim
d:y, :it 7' o'cock, at Easler.
Satll.(i-hiy bfiore ecoi S iln:tv at 11
a. Im., at 'Tfahor.
t Second Smuliav. It a. m., at Pickells.
and 3 p). ml. at B0ieth4"leh .
ISatirdav lefore third StI(av. at. 11 a.
m. at Mt. Bethel.
Third Stuillay at 11 a. Im.. Salem. m1110
at 3 p. mn. at, Porter's Chapewl.
v Sat III(;I'y befor fo1rt Si mI day at i
Fourllth S11urlay, ait, 1 I . ml. It. E"asley,
a.i Cat 3 . at Zion.
Bapt'st rch--Rev. D. W. iott.
First Sm hv, I 1 :. Im. andl 8 ). m..
:im 1 S.atur:i y b efor:I at. _ p. Iml.. at
Easiley. S. C. Prl'ayer mieeting I44 ' ever
PIl Tlrda ight. Suinda v Sc 1)1
each Sabbath :it 41 1. m.l
Seeolm I SaIImII y at ( riflin hurch at. 11
a. 1m) ; Saturm.day before at. 12 in. At
P viterilm ehreb, Piekens ('. If.
:tt 33 p. tm.
TIhird Suinday at Cen1tral at I11 :. ml..
Satiriday I)(fore. at. 12 m.
F-1ourth Sunday at. Li beI)rty. 11 a. im.
-List of appointments for t h' All
(,- rw-onl ('ircmit of M. P. (ihurbc :
Fairview. 4th Sabbath in each mont h.
-t My. IE MchIssuvK, P. C.
S) hnai t tifuil ENGR1)AVIN in s
. ( )L( )lS. i.represenmt ing T W iC:N
TYX (20) POR TR'P A !ITS of the Mos-'
ICFE DERATE COMMANDERS,
*' IN TIhII CIViL~ WVA1, 184$).%.t
t Every~' PIortraiit Iuis beeni earefuliy
veiiled, aiti have beeni produ(iced~ at
(k great cxpjense and1( ini thle imost. Ela hbo
rate alai Aris~itie manner by Emnine'nt
Artists. TIhe~ Portraits of thme GJEN
E1IIA L~s will be itecognized at a gl amnce1
e they a re in IFullI Un iformi ami true to
I, life. The IJistorie Gray, t her G~ob' Eit.
tonls aln Stars atiI Braid on (ollars
(denioting raink), stanid oit in bold re.
e lief from the i~eniutifuI hack ground.
, IOnly~ a few of t hese (Great IHeroes are
n' now living, andl~ nto trie Sottherner
sh1h fail to p~ossess one of these val -
Meimbl Memetoes. T'hey3 are appropr1i..
s ate for the Parlor. I ihrary, Hlail or Of
e flee. andl will comtpare favorably with
e the lihuet 01l PaIntings.
e iThe Potrai~it.s are prlited on Heavy
ti for fraiming). siz -22x29 inchei, anil
it will be sent. to anly ;L(hiress, (Postage
e or Express 19:tI1.) e'areifully pjac kedo ini
itube. on re'eipt of Price, $2.00,
THP~E SHERMA.N PUILHING Co.,
e om4 B..d.a.. .. V.o
CAN ,B1E UUG III OF
Eiither in Caji'Load Lots or
by' the singl barroll at very
CHEAP M RATES.
TH E OHEAP CASRI
Is t he plce to buy your StapIe and
Fane(y Groceries, T'obaco Se a l.r
mers' Ilardware, Gardten SeedM, &c.,
OU Rt SPEIA LTIESO
Wc. keep Sltoves., Croekery and Ti
ware. at. hard1 t ines prices.
'Ihlin- the puiblic genp --1lly for
tihei' liberall pat.rollage Ii ta s: , ve
hope by vl(oIw( at t 0ion to b,:.neIs to
1UE011,:1 1t.itin1ilince of tile aine
(oiItl'y pn'odlice e bolghit. at Ioi-1h1est
mlara-t price, for en~sh.
.Revnwillht'r (wll,' inl)to ks qilick ;j
anld Shor't. prloilt -. G kve ll-s o.1..
Rlespect filly .
RICHMOND & DANVILLE"
I'.-'SE NGI l DI'l'AlRT.\ENT
On :I fi r Ay l : I t h, A188 4. P a - n -:(I r
Tratinl erie on th - A. & C. .\ir-Ljint
I)vision will be a1- follow :
Y0R T|-1 7 '.114 /) 1.
x 1) f?'/'If N1 c1 Id!)I
NNo. -)I No. 58
I )aily. Di aily.
A r. Gaine :ville. G 57 pmi lo .35 a m,
" L-nap .1 7 25 P11in1 I iL 08 a
I1bGahm . 8 2 p mi 1 1 0a im
'' Toc oa. C 84 1P in! 12 07 p m
" .)eneen C 1it y 1 59 1 m 1 05 1 1
"Vientral '10:;1) p 1 m 1 52 p mn
Liberty. 10 53 p1m 2 1:3 pm
- Ea I v' 1T 10 1)m 2 17 m
Gr(eeIvilIe . E 1 1 42 1) I 2 -56 1) In)
' SpartanbaIrg. F 1 01 a 4 11 y m
Gastoria . . (b 17 a Il 6 08 I
( Amrlott . 11 4 10 a m1 0 55 y) m1
No 50 ) No. 52
S. Dilv. i~ail
Leae (Charlott te 1 30 at m 1 00. p mi
Au. G~astonia 2 21 a m)1 1 4i i m
"Spairtanuirg 4 27 a m'I 845 p m1
4 Greenville. .54 '3 a m 455 p mI
"Easley's 6 17 a mIX 520 p) ml
"Liberty . 6 31 a m 5 42 p mn
"Central 6 55 a m. 600p m
"Senle(ca ity-. 7 32 a m1 637 p mn
" Toceou . 8 40( a m735 p m
" Rab1. (Tap .Junet 9 34a mn .8 30) p mn
"Lula.......... 10 090am 8 59p m
" Ginuesville . . . 11036 a w 9 25 p) m
"AI.lntf.....I 1 00. 'n m 1130 p m
Lealve Atclan ta...............' 15 p mn
Airrive Gatinesville........... .8 25 p m
A ecommodattion Tirain, (A ir-Liue Bielle)
L'v'e Gaineville.............. 7 0() a m
A rrive A tlanta............ 9 20 a m
No. 1 8-Local Freight, Goinug Sout h.
Leave Chuarlot1t............... 6 00 a mn
Arrive Uaffnuey's.............10 50 a mn
A rrive SparItaln bnrg-.........12 53 p mn
Arrive G reen vle..... ....... 4 20 p mn
Araive at Englsu. .............3 03 p m
A rrive~ at 1Jhey . ..........1 M pIm
ArrveA CentrgI ............., 7 30 p gi
No. 17.- Local Freight, G oing NortLh.
Leav'e Ceut ra1 ............... 4 45 a mn
Aive at Liberty. 5 15 In
ive at Easleys...... .55.0 a in
kirive Greenvlle..........9 ... 7 03 a m
A rr ive Spartibu1rg0.............10 33 a in
krrive Gjffney's ................ 1 03*pm
krrive Charlotte. . . 30 p 111
All freight trains on this road carry
asnIgers.. All: passenger traini]s 'runth
h4oh to Danville Igdlichmnd wit'll
ut change connecting'at Dan ile with
Va. Midland to all Eistern cities, and
it Atlanta With all lhies diverging. No.
>0 leaves Richmond at 12 45 p. n. and
No. 51 arrives thei c at 3 50 p in. 52
eaftve!s Richmond 1 28 a in. 53'arrives
:bere 7 00 a m. The local freights stop
it. above stations 20 to 30 minutes
BIJFFET SLEEPING CARS WITH
OUT CH ANGE.
On trains No-. 50 and 51; N wv York
m(d Athmta, via Washington an(d Dan
aille, Greensboro and Asheville.
Onl trais Nos, 52 and 53, Rielmond
m id Daniville, Washington and Atigus
a:L, Vashington and New Orleans.
IReturning, on No. 52- sleevel. G ICe.
)oro to Richimond.('
Tltigh Tickets on sale. at.
Sharlotte, Greenville, Senwea. Spar
:nih urg and citinesville to all polhtils
South, Southwest, North aId East.
A, witih N E R R to tl(1 from Atheng.
11. with N I, it n. to anld from Talla.
C, with El. Air-Line, to aud trom
lirlland Bwe ille.
1), with 11lm. Ridg e it it to anud froml
1, with c :ud . iR n to and from
Newvherry, Alston anld C;ohnnlbiaI.
F%', with Ak ai r, am1d S u mad c it it
to aid from I Ilnder -onviINlha, Als toI &c.
('. witl Chester aLIId Ienloir R IR to
aIn fr4i ('hester, York\ille and Dalla
Ii. With N C Divisionl 1111 C ( a1d A
1R it to il trom (eI(Isbor, Raleigh.
M. A orRe. aw.A .
A. L. i vi"s. 2dI V l'& Gen. Man)'r.
South I Cat roliia Railway Company.
(%nnening Suday, Mar 11,
C 18841, at, 4 p) ml. lassenger Tan
will 1 i) as follows uttil fit her notice,
"Easterni time :"
TO AND FROM C(H IAnISTON.
EAS'T (DA I LY.)
part (hnnbin at 7 5' a m % 2 y m
Dite (Chiarle'stoni at 1220 a in 955 "
Deart Chtarle'ton 8 18 a m11 - 30 1) In
1Due at Cohninbia at. 12 38 '' 9 22"
TO A N) FROM CA M I)kN.
East (Daily except Sunday.)
I)e part Columb nia at 7 50 a mn 5 25 p mi
D)(e at ( 'ain(ei) at 225 p in 8 25"
D~epat. Camden t iA 0)0( a mn 4 001 p mn
Due it Coltihia 12 38 " 9 22
TO AND) F. OM A UGUSTA.
D)ep:irt CohunniaI at 7 50 a mn 5 25 p m"
Il)ue at Auiguista at 1 20 p mn $ 10 a mn
DePpart A ugusta at 7 15 a mi
Duie at. Couhinbia at 12 38 p mn
mfadeO at t'ohnbiia with Johimbhia and
Greenvill' RaiilroadL~ by traini arrivingr
a t 12 :38p mn, aful depa rtin~g at 5 5i0p.
m. A t Columbia Juntiton with (Thar
lotte, Coilumbia atnd( Auguista Rail road,
by same trabittO aind ?romI all points. oin
At ChaLrle.ton -with Steamters io
(day andl Saturday with Steamer for
Jaceksonvil le and poIts Onl St. Johnti
River; also, with Charleston andl Sa
Vanniah Railroad to)& aini from Savani
itah aind all poits ini loriida,
At Augusta with Georgia and Ceun.
tral Railroadk to aniid frosir all points
WeVst aini South. At Blackville to ai.iI
fromit )Oili.s 01) JR.LringeIi RailroadI.
'11ii'ouigh ti(ketscatn be pnrchai(dsth all
poinit.Mo h01II and~ WVat he anb1ying to