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Laws Passed and Approved at tub
Session op 1875-76.
An Aot to prohibit County Treas- (
nreis from charging commissions i
on School Funds paid out by them, i
Bo it cnacted by tho Sonato and j
Ilonso of Representatives of the(r
Stato of South Carolina, now mot and ,
sitting in General Assembly, and by
the authority of the earne:
Section 1. That from and after the
nnRRftfro of this ao.t. any eonntv trea?i
i d > j y
uror who shall demand or recoivo
any commissions for paying out tlio
echool funds paid out by him from
tho person charged with receiving
them, or shall charge any person
commissions on the same, tho couuty
treasurer so offending shall bo deemed
guilty of a misdomeanor, and, on
conviction, shall bo fitiod not less
than fifty dollars for each such offence,
or bo imprisoned for a poi iod
not less than three mouths.
See. 2. All acts or parts of acts
in conflict with this act bo, and the
eonio aro hereby, repealed.
Approved March 2-1, 187G.
An Act to authorize Trial Justices to
grant New Trials.
Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives ot the State
of South Carolina, now met and sitting
in General Assembly, and by
fho JinMinrittf nf Hm Riimn
Section 1. That any trial justice
court of this Stale shall have power
fo grant a now trial in any caBe tried
in the said court for reasons wliic'i
new trials havo usually been granted
fu the courts of law of tbo United
States: Provided, however, The caso
tried shall only bo heard and tried
anew by the trial justice before whom
the case shall first be tried.
Sec. 2. That no motion for a new
trial shall bo heard unless made with
in fivo days from the rondering of
the judgment.
Sec. 3. That tho right of appeal
from the judgment shall exist for five
days after tho refusal of a motion for
a new trial.
Approved February 24, 187G.
An Act to amend Section 21, Chapiter
129, of Iho General Statutes,
relating to obstructing Ilivers or
Be it enacted by the Senate and
II0U60 of Representatives of the State
of South Carolina, now met and sit*
ting in General Assembly, and by
the authority of the same:
Section 1. That Section 24, Chapter,
129, of tho General Statutes of
South Carolina, be amended so as to
read aa follows: "Whoever shall cut
down, throw or fall, or causo to be
cut down, thrown or fallen into any
river or creek or cut in the State any
timber or tree, and shall leave the
eaiu .mber or trees in such river,
" creek or cut for the space of eight
and forty hours, eh all bo doemed
guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon
conviction thereof beforo a trial justice
or other propor officers having
i ii I'iurI ir*11nn in unnli naona almll
j ua luutvvivti ita ouvil OUOUCj DllrtH Ub
lined not exceeding twenty five dollars,
or imprisoned notoxceoding ton
days, tho line in such cases to bo disposed
of for tlio bonefit of tbe poor
of tho country where the oH'onco was
Approved February 9, 1870.
An Act concerning hawkers and
Bo it cnac'od by tho Senate and
Ilouso of Representatives of tho State
of South Carolina, now met any sitting
in General Assembly, aud by
tho authority of tho same:
Scction 1. That before any hawks
er or peddler shall expose to sale, or
sell any goods, wares or merehau~
dieo in any county in this State, such
hawker or peddler shall first apply
to tho Clork of tbo Court of Common
Pleas and General Sossions of such
county for a licenso for tho salo of
his or hor goods, wares or tnoichan*
disc, and tho said Clerk, upon tho
payment to him by such iiawkor or
poddlor of tho sum of ten dollars,
shall thereupon issue to such hawker
or peddler a lieenso, authorizing tho
said hawkor or poddlor so to expose
to sftlo, and sell such goods, vvaros,
r morchandiso within tlio limits of
tho comity wheroinsuch license shall
bo grantod lor the torm of 0110 year
from tho date thereof and no longer.
Sec. 53. That such license, so grautod
as aforesaid, shall not bo construed
to authorize or permit any otUer
person to Bell or expose to 6alo any
eoods. wares and maro.lmndiftn oxoont I
d 9 r " 1 .
tho person to whom and in whoso
natno it shall have been issued; that i
it shall not bo lawful to transfer such 1
license by assignment, delivery, or I
otherwise, so as to enable any other ;
person to use it for Buch purpose.
Sec. 3. That if any hawkor or peddlor
from and aftor tho passage of
this act shall sell or oxposo to sale
any goods, wares or merchandise in
anv eountv i:i this Rtiito. without Iinv
ing obtained a license for that pur? |
])080 according to tho provisions of
this act, ho or sho shall bo doomed
guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon
conviction thereof shall bo punished
by imprisonment in tho county jail
for a term of one month or a lino of
fifty dollars, or, both at tho discretion
of tho court.
Sec. 4. That tho provisions of this
act shall not extend to vendors oi
fruit trees, maps, newspapors, magazines,
books, vegetables, tobacco,
provisions of any kind, or agricultur
ai products, or the products ot nurseries,
or to sales by samples by por?
sons travelling for established commercial
houses, or to sales cf staple
articles manufactured in this Siato.
Sec. 5. That all monies collected
under tho provisions of this act shall
be turned ovor to tho county tieasuroi'8
of tho several counties to be applied
to school purposes.
Sec. G. That all acts and parts oi
acts inconsistent with this act, be and
tho same are hereby repealed. This
act shall nut take elfect until ninety
days after its passage.
A n.x.nt.n.l ^ l5 *7
.?1 LM V/U JL' UUI lltUJ i5-?) J-OJO.
An Act to amend Section 1 of Chapter
L ot (lie General Statutes, relating
to Fences.
Bo it enacted by the Senate and J
House of Representatives ot the Siate1
of Smth Carolina, now met and siiting
in General Assembly, and by
the authority ol the same:
Sectiun 1. That {Section 1 of Chapter
L of the General Statutes of South
Carolica be, and tlie same ia hereby,
amended by striking out tno word i
"freeholders," occurring on iho|
tweltli lino, and inserting in l:ou I
thereof tlio words "taxpayoihor legal
Among tlio Presidential gossip
here is a story which lias causcd
some quiet laughter. Somo of Jud^e
Jere' Black's Iriends wore anxious
that tho Ponnyalvania Democratic
Convention should rcccomnicnd him
io I ho National Convention as a
Presidential candidate, but the Con
4! Jf 1 ? 1 ^
vtjiiuon uiu uoc ao so. bomo (Jays
aftor it adjourned, the story goos,
Judge Black happened to meet Judge
David D.ivie, now frequently mon?
lioned as a Democratic candidate in
spile of his being an old line Whig.
"You ought to bo very good to mo.
Judge,' said Black to Davie, 'because
I am not a candidate." "But you remain
a good Democrat?" said Davis^
"Certainly," replied Black, "and
therein liws the difference between
you and me, Judge. I am a Democrat,
but not a candidate, and you
n nr. ? -11.1 - ?~ v
niu i? v/?uuiuaiV) uill IltJl il i.^CtlK>s
A roccnt marriage notioo onds with
tho singular expression, probably added
by a waggish friend, "May their
iuturo troubles be little ones."
A Minnesota lady, in taking her
morning gapo lately, put lior jaw out
of joint, and it was two days before
tho doctor could got it in place a<rain
11 or husband says bo hasn't, bad hucIi
a vacation ninco bin married lilo bo*
A young lady, whon invitod to partake
of tho pudding, replied, "No,
many thanks, my doar tnadamo. Hy
no manner ol means. I havo already
indulged tho clamorous calls of a craving
appetito, until tho manifost flonso
oi ftn internal fulnoss a<lrnoninho<? my j
Htay; my dcficicncy i? ontiroly and
satisfactorilly satisfiod."
A (irangor wriios to a r?ra paper
to ask "how lon/f cows should bo
milkod?" Why, tho burr- a- bliort
In what Ico.y would <*i lover writo a
proposal of marriago??Bo mino, ah!
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Senator?H E Bowcn.
Representative?\) F Brftdloy.
Clerk of Court?S I) Keilli.
Judge of I'l-ohutr?I II lMlilpot.
Sheriff-?J Hilcy Ferguson.
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Treasurer?IT A Loslej.
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Dec. 1875 17 tf
Agents Wanted For the
Fumn/r a tmI ^ narrative of tho oxploits, adtat
lV|1|1,lireH ftU(l 'ravels of MadI
t> * rri'rr 17 11,1,0 ,T> VKLA8QUKZ, other_wiao
known as LT. HARRY T.
liUFFoltD, G- S. A. A True Southern
Heroine. Edited by C, J. WORTIUNGTON,
Into U. >S. Navy.
M ADAM E VELASQUEZ, disguised as n
Confederate officer, participated in a number
of the hardest fought battles of tho late war,
and greatly distinguished herself by the extraordinary
valor bIio displayed. She alsc
distinguished herself as a
and on numerous occasions ran through tin
Federal lines and olftained information
of vital importance (o the Confederate coin
mandcra. Obtaining admission behind tho
slio established confidential relations will
prominent Federal officials; was concerned i
the great
by which tho United States Treasury suffered
to the extent of millions of dollars; was actively
engaged in blockado-runing, and ir
by which the work of recruiting tho Fedora
armies was so seriously impeded; and was
the heroine of a number of exploits even mor<
interesting than thoso of the battle lield. I
also contains n history of her Mining on th<
Pacific Slope, her Travels in Europe, Soutl
America, and among the Mormons, Love
Courtship, Marriage, etc.
The above facts aro substantiated by lead
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JftnO, 1S70 18 3
Law N?<U*c.
The undersigned, having resumed the prai
ticooflaw, will Attend the Courta on tho 8(1
Judicial Circuit. I.tipinoss loft with Wm. K
Hugood, nl Pickens C. 11., will he promptly
attended to. J. W. IMK1USON.
N or. 14, 1871.
Ilnrlc, WcIIn A Taylor,
I Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Having established an ofTico nl I'ickons C
( [(., S will attend promptly to all bitsinosi
11ft. wiili 0. W. Taylor who mny bo alwayi
i found at their oflico at l'ickenft C. II., H. 0'.
One of tho senior partners will always b(
! present at the Courts to assist with the busi
I W. i:. I'A U f-K, 1
| (J. (1. WKI.l.a, / <J. W. TAYLOR,
' Orccuvillc, 8. C. Piokcnn, S. C.
Noiitlt Carolina Railroad,
CftABLSBTON, 8. C., Deo. 18, 1876.
On find after Sunday, December 19, tho
Passongor Trains on the South Carolina
Railroad will run as follows:
(Sundays excepted.)
Zcavo Charleston 9 16am
Arrive at Columbia G 00 p m
(Suudays excepted.)
Leave Charleston 9 15am
Arrivo at Augusta 6 15pm
(Sundays excepted.")
i.cavo uoiumoift ? uij n m
Arrive at Charleston 4 45 p tn
Leave Augusta 9 00 a m
Arrive at Charleston 4 45 p m
Leave Charleston 9 15pm
Arrive at Columbia 7 20 a m
Leave Columbia 7 00 p m
Arrive at Charleston 6 40 a m
Leave Charleston 8 00 p m
Arrive at Augusta 7 45 a m
Leave Augusta 8 80 p m
Arrive at Charleston 7 40 a m
(Sundays cxceptod.)
Leave Summcrvillc at 7 30 a m
Arrive at Cliarleston K 45 a m
Leave Charleston 3 15 p m
Arrive at Summerville 4 30 p m
Connects at Kingvillo daily [except Sun*
days] with Up and Down Day and Passengor
Dny and Night Trains connect at Augusta
with Georgia Railroad, J/acon and Augusta
Railroad and Central llailro.ui. 5Phis route
via Atlanta is the quickest and most direct
route, and as comfortablo and cheap as any
other route, to Montgomery, Selma, Mobile,
New Orleans1, and all other points Southwest,
and to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St.
Louis, and all other points West and Northwest.
Day Train connects at Columbia with the
Through Train on Charlottes Road (which
leaves at 9 p. m.) for all points iVorth.
Night Train connects with Local Train
[which leaves Columbia at 8 a. m ] for points
on Charlotte Road.
Laurens Railroad Train connccts at New
berry ou Tuesdays, Thursdays nud Saturdays.
Up Columbia Night Train connects closcly
vrith the Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
8. S. SOLOMONS, Superintendent.
S. 1?. Pickets, General Ticket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R R.
Passenger trains run daily. Sundays excepted,
connecting with night trains ou South
Carolina Railroad up and down. On and aftcr
,1/onday, December 13, the following will
i _ n... ?j_i i..i_.
i uv mu nuuvuuiv;
Leave Columbia at 7.30 a m
Leave Alston at 9.16 a in
Leave Newberry at 10.:}.") u in
Leave Cokesbury at 2.07 p in
Leave Helton at 2.50 p m
Arrive at Greenville al 5.25 p m
Leave Greenville at 8.00 a m
Lcavo LSelton at 9.-10 a rn
Leave Cokesbury 11.20 a in
ucave Newberry at 2.40 a m
Leave Alston at 4.20 p in
Arrive at Columbia at 5.55 p in
e^y-c onncct at Alston with Trains on tho
Spartanburg and Union Railroad ; connect at
Columbia with Night Trains on the South Car
olina Railroad up and down ; also with Trains
going North and South on the Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta and tho Wilmington. Cot
Train lcavo Abbeville at 0.16 a in., connect
ing willi Down Train from Greenville. Leav(
Cokesbury at 2.16 p in., connecting wit It Up
Train from Columbia. Accommodation Trnir,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Loayt
Cokesbury at 11.16 a m., or on the arrival ol
i the Down Train from Greenville. Leave? Ab
bcvillc at 1 o'clock p. m.. connecting with t'f
Train from Columbia.
\ Lcavo Walhalla at fi.OO a m
( Leave Perryville at 0.46 a no
Leave Pendleton at 7.36 a m
Leave Andorson at 8.36 a in
Ai rlvo at Beltou ut 0.20 n. m
7 ----[
Leave Bolton at 8.50 p ni
Leave Anderson at 4.50 p n
Leave Pendleton at 6.60 p n
j Leave Perryville 0.35 p n
Arrive at Walhalla 7.15 p n
Accommodation Trains between Helton am
Andoraon on Tuesdays, Thursdays and SaturI
days, Leave Helton at}).50 am., or on arriv
nl of Down Train from Greenville. Leav<
Anderson at 2.00 p m., connecting with Uj
General Superintendent,
j Jabbz Norton, Jr., General Ticket Agent
' Schedule.
- Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Railway
' passknokr train eastward ? daii.y.
' Leave at Atlanta at 4 10 p n
Leave Toocoa City nt. D UO p n
Leave Westminster at 0 54 n n
Leave Seneoa City at 10 21 p n
l Leavo Ocntral at 10 57 p n
Leeve Kasley at 11 89 p n
Leavo Greenville as 12 12 an
Leavo Spartanburg at 1 44 a n
' Arrive at Charlotte at 6 80 a n
i-AM9nnur.il TWAIN wk8twahd?daii.y.
k Leave Oharlolto at 8 00 p n
, ucavo Spartanburg at 11 64 p it
1 Leave (Irccnvillc at 1 28 p rr
Leave Eoslcy at 1 61 a n
c Lcavo Central at 2 28 a n
Ltavo acncca City at 8 09 a n
Leave WHlmiiistiir lit ? a.* ?
Leave Tucooa Oily at 3 M a 11
Arrive at Atlanta at 9 .'50 a^n
c ColoiilNtN, Kmlg an(N mid
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1 It lias iirc<I Thousand*)
1 and will give $1,000 for a case it will not
benefit. A bottle sent frco to all addressing
J. K. DIBBLE, Chemist, Officc: 1356 Broadway,
New York.
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frco to fill parts of I lie worlil. /lddreits O. F.
DAVIS, Land Commissioner U. P. It. r.,
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(hr to Pcr <lfty 1 Agents wanted.
All classes of working peoi
pic, of either sex, young or old, mak? mora
money at work for iib in their sparo mo?
, monts, or all tho time, than nt anything ell*
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| Portland, Maino.
Absolute divorces obtained ^
. from Courtb of different States for desertion,
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THE Scholastic year is divided Into two
Terms "of 20 weeks oaoli. The First Term ,
commences January 17th, and ends Juno 8d;
the second Term commences July 4th, and
ends November 18th.
Students entering within two weeks after
the commencement of the Terms, will bo
chargcd for the whole Term ; tlioso entering
aftor this time, from the timo of entering.
It is more satisfactory that Students enter
at the commencement, when the several
classes are forming,
Courso of Study.
1st Torm?Spelling And Reading.
2d Term?/Spelling and Reading continued ;
Primary Geography; Mental Arithmetic,
in Wrifiner.

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