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Our Revenue Troubles AV 0 a d
The exposures of the IlI h
conduct of revenue otficial>,
from time to time by TiE SE NTI
Is bearing its fruits. The fir'
-the sending of Mr. McKinley, I
Cbarleston News and Courier. 'T '
followed, after bis full and abk!
tsition of the outrages comma I1
-comments of papers througl*, i
entire Union. As a samplo
the following from the N
'World and the Springfield Re,;
two of the most widely circut n
influential papers in the Unit
The World says:
"The Amos Ladd killing
South Carolina is, we are t
auro, by no means singuhtr. '
Federal officials have made 4- 1.
ported each other in making Loo u.
encroachments upon the liberty of
the citizen or the law of the locah ty
during the pabt decade such eneroach
mients being imp~artially for personal
profit or for partisan advantage. The
Ku-.Klux prosecutions at the South,
the arrest and intimidation of voters
in this city', the notorious raids up)on
dealers in Chicazgo, devised only to
obtain fees for arrests and abortive
trials---these arc all of a piceo with
the 'affray with desperate illicit dis
tillers' ini Pickens County, which r'e
solved itself ito the murder of ano un
arjnod, unchallenged and in nocent
man at his own door. TVhe most
charitable supposition is that the Rev
enue officials mistook him for a no
tottions desperado of whom they wert
In search-and afraid. But even i
the murd'ered main had been the re'
doubtable R~ednmond, anid even if the)
had a warrant for his apprhetnioni
there would have been no jusitificatioi
for the kdling. They did not know h
was in the honse, wvhich was, til
thoir erraril had, been doulaared, law
jully a sanctuary.
"All1 this is sad enough, but ne
murpris1ing. A dlisregalrd or lawv whor'
it affects the citizena has been thi
leading characteristic of the me
charged with its administration eine
*the war, from the Stan tonus and til
Grants down to the Merrills and tla
Davenports. WVhaat is a less pleasin
spetacle is to see Federal Courts ste
5:n to protect the agents of such inft
mnios from puishment, and oven fro
trial. The subordiates, who ha1
counselled the illegality and shar<
In its profits, are usually able to a
range such an interference, even if tl
Judge is honestly desirous of doii
his duty, but we havn -een a Juds
wih imh I ' and appros
Of & &MAu.., * m a notorio
pustonerI lrimt a I:~ art under e
aggravatiOn. WV e do not wonder i
the people of South Carolina feel dei
ly upon the subject when they rec
the fact that, a little more than a y
ago, a Federal court set at liberty
State offleinls imprisoned by the St
court for contempt. of all things.
'IJudge Kershaw's charge is'sou
in law and common sense. Thmere
a revenue law, and it is to be obe:
tinfalteringly, no matter how unj
or 6ppressive individuals may th
it,3ut there are also lawb wi
govern the officials appointed to
iorce that revenue law, and w
thoy are violated the offender mus
punished by 1 he samo process as
other criminal. This is a simp.ic
.ootsmanding issue, and If' justic<
ihe~ed to a ong--sutfering people
.j~hardly be blamed if they take
usqnto their own hands rather 1
iwal t the near ascendency of
ttrot Law and the Constitui
~bpthe Courts of the nation ani
b 60swill no longer clash,
~9~iIjiIng in its well defined
~ jooperate to bring about
:Mande@t all law and tb<
hment o vry law-breakei
Springfleld (Mass.) Ltepub
bard enough a~t best to
psort~of men' for- such v
eoyt and hazardous as
Ia40onyiniloI uar ops
~stion to the law. The problem Ii
it one to be sclved oft hand. The
ue way to deal 'with it is to place the
Iecltlon of t e law ip ithe hands of
enU whom the people trust, and then
mne up the pdblic sentiment to sup
ort them. 'The appointment of Cot.
itzqmm~onsR as Marshal of G4eorgia
*'s~ :a s;tep in t he right diut i'n
-hieh the sgood resjuhs~ that julow ci
d atV e~ a b('n-ly ,iust ie.
astr)Onmcal even~ltince the irans
of Merenry. it will be a total eclipn
of the sun,~ visible over' the whole
the United States, beginning in if
Eastern States aibout a quter toC
o'clock in the aifternooni, mid endin
ab)out hlfl past 6 The cetral lit
ojf the eclipse will pas through A
aska, 3ra it ish Amierica, M on:a:
Colo alo, Texas, the Golf' of Mexil
and C~a ba. it u' ill be o)bser ed
this track by many astronotnirs, wi
the special obPj et of v ie w nb
c irona aind the halo whnC ich hyo ai
Speatred to surround tho son durirt
the moments of to? ality. Thei ecli;
will be partiall in the E irorn S at
T 1here will be no, o ter total a -I
Seclipse, ii ile in this counm:r y, uii
-after t he close ofI thle ireent cenit u
t Trhe L )oon L'tnce; 8:ss that i
C mant who (drinks1( nearly to drunkeI
Sness generally sleeps so'undly, it
e, well, but muany a so-called mfoderI
e0 drinker knows that he s~les haI
0 if he takes a little mot e than
usuial quantity of winie aflter dii 1
- or even) his usuail quanlItity <, f so
n usual w'ine. The0 reason) is that
"O cohiol Blushes and dilates the smna
r., blood vessels, espec'ially these of
e b ain, it such a coid itijon he ni
g tained sleep is disturbed or abse
F'or sleeI letsness, "car riagte exor
us is good1, wakb better, h)OIrl
at A number of complaints of hi
P ships enduted by parties from
all United St ates in Brazil have rc
he found their way into print, an~d
to a Para crrespondent of thie:
York Ilerald writes that~ "the Et
d ror Irunkly statedlto an Am'o
civil engineer, who waited upon
)st by invitation at his palace in Pi
ink polis, that, owing to the povertLy
mich general drainage of the resour<
on the country, this was no time fo
obe eigners to come to Brazil. The
any eornent were expending about:i
and 000 per month to remnove the sta
Sis inhabitants from the plaguo-sti
he provinces, and must, commence
hworks and extensive internal i.n
the mnents to employ these men."
of The Philadelphia Times pt
but,, noble and deserved tribute to &
pro, Bayard, against whom the smi
, git politicians are waging war,
.." waro will hardly roeplace a gian
loan a dwarf and disown a man he'
by a whole nation. Our cont
get rary well says that Bayard c
ork, along without Delaware a grei
it, is; better than Del~awar'e can get
sling without B3ayarard.. Such me
bta, ported byv their State, the na
It is. strange4why olen gd into
bar room and over a bottle of whisky
talk about the hard times.
Lemons sixteen inches iii diarnotei
grow abundantly in the mild neigh
borhood of G4qveston Texas.
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Rol' will Y
Awrive at Augusta
Arrive at Charleston
Arrive at Charleston
COLUMBIA NIOHT 3 R
Leave Charleston 9
Arrive at Columbia
Leave Columbia 7
Arrive at Charleston
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESL
Leave Charleston 8
Arrive at Augusta
Arrivd at Charleston
Leave Summerville at
Arrive at Charleston . B
Leave Oharleston g3
Arrive at Summerville 4 j'
Connects at Kingville daily [exae
days] with Up and Down Day and P
Day and Night Trains conneet *t
with Georgia Railroad, Macon and
Railroad and Central Railroad. .Th
via Atlanta is the quickest and' mc
route, and as comfortable and ohe
otber route, to Montgomery, Selm&
New Orleans, and all other points 8'
and to Louisville, Cincinnati, Cb
Louis. and all other points West an,
Day Train connects at Columbia
Through Train on charlottee R4
leaves at 9 p. m.) for all points No
S. S. SOLOMONS,- Superin
S. B. PicErds, General Tieket t
Greenville & Columb b
CHANGE OF SCHEDULR,
Passenger trains n daily.Sunda
ed, connecting with ight trains.
Carolina Railroad up nd down. Oi.
er Monday, July 16. 1877, the follo
be the Schedule:
d Leave Columbia at 1 -
Leave Alston at
Leave Newberry at
Leave Hodges at
Leave Belton at 7-0
Arrive at Greenville at 8&
Leave Greenville at7.
Leave Belton at~9.
Leave Hodges at10
eave New berry at
Leave A ist on at
Arrive at Columbia at
giigConnect at Aiston with Trains
Spartanburg and Union Railroad ;.cor
Columnbia with Night Trainsmon the So
olina Railroad up and down ; also wit..
going North and Sonth on the Charlot
lumbhia and Augusta and the Wilmingi
Tanleave Abbeville at 9.16 a in
lng with IDown Train from Greenviin
Cokesbury at 2.15 p mn., connectingv
Traini from Columbia. Accommodan-a
Mondays, Weidnesdays and Fridays
thie DownTrahifrom Greernvile
beville at 1 o'clock p. mn., connecti
l'rain from Columbia.
ANDERtSON BRANCH AND TL'
Leave WValhalla at
Leave Seneca at
-Leave Perryvillo at
Laeave Pendleton at
e'Leave Anderson at
Aa rive at Belton at
Leave Beiton at -
Leave Anderson at
Leave Penadleton at
Leave Senieca at
.Arrive ap Walhalla
Acconanodation1 Trains between.:,
Anders opon Tuesdays, Thursdays a
uj dy ys, leave Belt on at 9.50 amn., e
Seal of Down Train from Greenvi
Andersen at 2.00 p mn., connectint
- General Superhia
JABno NoRToN,dr., General Tio50
el ! Atlanlta & Richmond Air Line I
Leave at A tlanta at
Leave Toccoa City at
Leave Seneca cit y at
tel I Leave central at
Leave Liberty at
Leave Easley at 3
'-Leave Greenv.ille at
Leave Spartanburg at
. Arrive at charlotte at
Leaves Charlotte at
td Leaves Spartanburg at
Leaves Greenville at
Leaves Easley at'
ciloans Leaves Liberty at
At is, Leaves Central at
dinuy Leaves iSeneca City at
8, , Leaves Westminilster at
-l de- Leavee Toccoa at
hest, Arrrives at'Atlanta at
ood.-. DAX PASsa~Gens
a Belt Leaves Atlanta at
Leaves Toocos at
Leaves Vi ostmister at
Leaves 8eneca city at
Leaves Central at *~
Leaves Liberty at
Leaves Easley at
B ates Leaves Greenville at
Leaves srtanburg at
Arrive tat Charlotte at
Leave Charlotte at
,.eave SpartanbUrg at
Leave ,Oreenhile at4
ii- Leave Esaley a6
Leaves Liber~ a
Lteave Seneoa tIy at
Leave Weefaiter t at
C -' Leavst e 7