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Which Breed is the Eeat- ? j
?cajr?ely a tnail is takea by ns from
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IUQ J) Owl 0U1QQ CIliH uoes 11.06 COIIlUlI) ,
oA&*or moro inqtiftics similar to'tftV (
nbovo in taiior. Beginners nil over
the country ask "What shall I commence
with?" "What do you con
aider fhfc best varieties?" "tlow shall
I begin, with a choice of breeds?" &c.
A> geuoral puswer to this sort of a.
ffcuqiy can oujy 1)6/given in briof,
. **1 I nu-wwi nr. "iwi - ?
luasinjuau ap ilcvopcnaa largely upon
what the amateur intends to do, what
hifl facilities may bo, what his locafiou
is, and whether ho purposes to
breed as a fancier for the show rooms;
as a farmer for marketings simply;
for eg>^ producing mainly> or fur eggs
and chickens in a general way. For
the reproduction ot the largest quantities
of ceres, the Leghorns, Spanish.'
lioudans, and llamburgs may bo
counted as tlio best. These varieties
aro generally non-sitters, and during
the milder portions of the year they
lay generously if attentively cared for.
If fowls aro intended to bo raisod for
marketing purposes, with a view to
pi'oduce tho most meat at a given
age, a cross of those lessor sized vari
oties with tho Cochins and Brahmas
is desirablo to get good average
Tho Asiatics aro usually inoro
hardy than tlio others, and the infusion
of this blood with tho small
breeSMflw fni$:increases the size of
tho progeny, but tho cross approach6sl*irihtnrity
more rapidly if woll feed
from chickenliood up. Thclirahams
arid Cochins aro persistent sitters,
iioweyer, ftnjl though tuov are good
winter layere if Clio pullets aro got
out oarly in t'uu buuson, they aro not
a fowl (puro bred) as the
others first mentioned for Summer
myopsj wiiiio as mothers or for hatch*
ing purposes tlioy are unrivalled.?
>Vo have found the partridge Cochin
and dark Brahma varieties excellent
layers in cold weather, and this is a
desideratum with many lanciers.
For tho show room, na a genornl
thing, tho Cochins ot different colors,
X I, 1 I- L ~ 1.! 4. ~ 1 4 1. a 1 * ! . 1
iruui um-oH. iu winiHj uuu iuu ngui
and dark Brahmas, taken as a class,
havo long been foremost in the consideration
of American breeders.?
Tlrey are placed at the bead of all tho
premium society lists, and probably
more in numbers of these iaige birds
are brod than of others. Then come
tho Gray Dorkings, tho Plymouth
Rocks. the Whito Durkinroi. tlm
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French fowls, and tlio lesser sized
ones. Wo havo hithorto advised,
and still rccommcnd to amateurs, the
policy of commencing with hut one
or typo kinds only at first. And in
the general question,?
"Which aro tho best?" wo can only
fi rit rl AfMfto tlm nlunnt liorl in i/Jntt/ I
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ami this will determino whetlior the
novice should try sitters or non-sittere,
pure bred or cross bred birds.
Having so resolved, aehoico of kinds,
as above enumerated, will result in
satisfaction and profit, it' any of these
popular varieties aro properly
We have bred nearly all kinds,
first or last, and brineincr it down to
u fmo thing, wo havo found that,
taking the year through, tho Asiatics
will lay aa much in value, on an average,
as any of our domestic varieties.
For numbers of ecri/s. the T.orrs
no t fc>
horns will cxcc! tlic others, perhaps*
in a twelvemonth. Tho French fowls
lay a good sized egg, but not so many
as either of tho other vario'ics, and
the chicks of tho latter ai o far more
tender and difficult to rear than '.hose
of any of tho Asiatic varieties. Tho
Dorkings crossed with the Drahmas
give a good sized chickon the first
year, and this makes an excellent
mrmor's lowl. J5111 tho crossing of ^
tho various Leghorns with the Brailin
as and Cochins is ono of tho very
host certainly for goneral nao, wlion i
"fancy" breeding is not attempted, i
For this Iftttnr mirnfton W ??
I il lij llcll III ) J
necessary to add that only puro
bloods should over bo bred together,
of tho ono chosen variety.? Poultry i r
It is very desirable to be a good I
reader. A clergyman is said to have I ,
once read tlic following passage from J
the Bible with tho emphasis and ^
pftiiBcthiie: (%And tho old man said
unto hia Honi, middle ;nu tlio Mfss; r?;;d
they saddled liiui." i
lie sat ono side the room in a big t
^jbito oak rpcking chair. She on the i
>M?or side in a little wliito oak rock- i
ing chair. A long oared deer bound, <
snapping at Hies, was by bis side, a 1
basket of sewinc hv lmra TWli 1
rocking incessently, thatia, the young
peoplo, not tlio dog nnd tho basket.
Lie sighs heavily and looks out the
west window at a crapo myrtle troe,
she sigliB lightly and looks out the
east window- at tho turnip patch.
At last remarks:
"This is mighty good weather to
? _1_ LL . 01*
uTia that, if wo only had any to
Tho rocking continues.
"What's your dog's name?'
Another sigh broken stillness.
"What is ho good fur?"
"What is who good fur?' said ho
"Your dog, Coonoy."
"Fur ketcliin 'possums'."
Silonco of half an hour.
"IIo looks like a deor dog."
"Who looks like a doer dog?"
"lie ip; but lio's kiudor bolloweod
an' gettin' old and blow now. An'
he ain't no 'count on a cold trail."
In the Ciuiet toil mi 1111 tan tlmt onrni
X ' " """" v/"v"
ed, alio took two stitclics in her quilt.
It was a gorgeous affair, that quilt
was mado by tho pattern called "lloso
of Sharon." She is very particular
about nomenclature of the quilts, and
frequently walks fifteen miles to got
a new pattern, with a "real putty
''Your irni rnisi 11 many chickens!"
Then more rocking, and somohow,
nfter a while, tlio big rocking chair
and tlio little rocking chair were
jammed Bide by side.
"IIow many lias your ma got?"
ulIo\v many what?"
"Nigh on to a hud red."
13y this time tlio chaiis were ho
close together that rocking was impossible.
"'iho minks has oat all ours."
Then a long silence reins. At la6t
''Yes," slio renlies. bright en inc int.
/ i ? d r> " r j
' Vvc just finished a 'Jluarin Eadid ul
Brnzofti,' a 'Sittin' Sun,' and a 'Nueion'b'pride.'
IIuvo juu over saw
tho Yellow liuBo of the Paifiry?1'
Aloro bilenco; then lie 6a)-8.
"Do von love cabbage?"
"I do liiat."
T^rnonn ill, I.la I. n ii /1 la I
JL ? VVVW ?J IJIU i'UIIU to HV/L/l VJUII I iV I I ^
placed 011 Lera. Sho does not know
it?at least doeB nut seem to bo aware (
of it. Then alter a half hour speut
in 6)'gha, coughing 'and clearing of
throats, lie suddenly aays:
UT>?? ? -1 . 1 "
? ou ? ki vuv u iiiiuu 10 uuo you."
"What y*>u great a wind to bito
uKase you won't have mo."
"Kaeo you aiu't axed me."
"Well, now, L ux you."
"Then, now, I hua you."
Then Cooney dreams Ite hears a (
sound ot kissing. <
The next day tlio young man goes
toTigorvillo altera marriage licence. <
Wednesday, the following week. No ,
cards.?St. Louis Republican. (
IJi^j cars tiro now Ktiid to denote In*
telloctw Wo rnako this statement solely
betlftfso wo do not dofliro jto see Milwuulcoo
bocomo ft dosorted city.
A noblo Omfthn. mastilT has saved
uio nvos pt inrco children within n
month past, and bitten fourtoon men
who called to bo 11 ft patent clolhosbar.
Columbus discovered Amorica, but
when ft boy ho had as much diflioulty
ii huuhi^ uii uuipty woou uox or waior
miT as any other boy.
You will notioo when a boy stop.s
>n a Canada thistle, or sticks a uplin.
.or into his foot, it's invariably a low
iccondB boforo school.
Tlio difference just now betwcon
islios and girls is: Tlio fishes are
in backed and tlio girls aro pinned
A good hot.ol at night is like a railroad
bed?full of gloopore. !\
It wqutd bo ut\j a 91 tV*uftpfab"?tbftt
ho groat body of tho Methodists in :
ho country npprovod tho third torm
nanifosto mado by Bishop Haven and
i small but admiring circlo of frionds.
Dn tho contrary, tho denomination so
far as it has spolcon, rosonts tho at'
iviujiu pv ''WK ii^uniQin
that is so eornplotoly aflpri^Hp with
patriotism and intclngont political i
Medals for the Mkxican War
Ybterans.?President Grant and
Secretary Bolknap hnvo ordorod J)r.
Lindortnan, Suporintcndant of tho
United States Mint, to eoin appropriate
medals of tho cannon cuptured
during the Mexican war for tho purposo
of presenting one oaeb t.o tho
voternn aoldiors of tho Mexican war
who may congregato at Philadelphia
at tho Centonninl celebration, July 1,
"You 6eo, grandma, we perforate
an aperture in the apex, and a corresponding
aperture in the base; and
by applying tho egg to tho lips and
inlio lnif* tlw\
iv? v.1/1 / luuium^ i I i v> in V.lllll, IIHJ ^
is entirely discharged of its contents."
"Bless my soul," cried the
old lady, "what improveincnta the,y
do luuke. Now in my y mi nor days 1
wo'jtisl; made A* li ole in botlvcnifs and j
Josh Billings savs: ''You can't
change a dato by cussing after un
edition has been worked off.
Mrs. Partington wants to know why
tlio captain of a vessol can't koop a
memorandum of tho weight of his
anchor instead of weighing it ovory
timo it leaves port.
Tho Dominican Fathers havo formed
an anti-profanity socioty in tho
Eastern District. It is recommended
to dlsappointod politicians.
Whoover it was tbat called a 8aus>
ago "aground hog" hasmado tho host
pun of tho curront mouth.
Seeing is helioving. There are many
inon you can soo and yet cannot bo~
In tho journey of this world the
IIKKI ? I1U I^> IIUl tlJ)L IU tjCI;
None but cowards habitually color
their beards. Tho bravo dyo but
Two heads arc better than one,
irum u minor s point 01 view.
The first stop towards wealth, says ]
an exchange, is the choice of a good ,
wife. And the first step towards securing
a wife is the possession of '
woal'h, eays another, lloro we have
one of tlioso good rules which work '
prettily both ways.
rjCBpt&lpUWT? DIREjETQ&Y. - ^
Senator?11 E Bowen.
Rrj>resenlalivc?1) F 15radlcy. V
Clerk of Court?S 1) Koitli. , ,
Jwh/e of Pro bale?t II L'hilpot.
Sheriff ?.J ltiley Ferguson.
School Commissioner?It A Bowcn
Treasurer?IK A Lesley. a
Auditor?Alorzo M Folgcr.
County CommUsioiirrs?John T (Josa'ntl
''Iiuiriiinn?Kol>ort <'raipf, O Kf Lynch. ('Icrk
County (loinmisHioiH'i'M, (' L llollingsworUi. ^
Triil Justices?Fn*l'!/t 0 If C Smith?
lubritff, .T B Clayton ? Ctnbtdl, Jitmofl AI II
Iiiihlcli?1'kkrnx (' //., C (/ llolliiijrsworlh W
mil G W Taylor?Ditcusvillc, JB Sutherland, f(
SU BSCIU. B E
H)r ft?Uy guaranteed using our WJOLL w
b/Cf) AIJOKII& 1)1!I 8100 n month '?
aid lo good gent?t Auger I3ook free. Jilz
ugci Co., SI. Luiuf, Mo.
NEW APVJjlRTIBEM^Nm. I
P. P. TOALE,
rV _ ? fV
? lvurtiur in-1?
v' *a? n *>
Paitits, Oils, &c,
?Sole Agent for?
Tiie National Mixed Paint Co.
t , ' t
1 he (jiReat American J? irk Extinguisher
PAGE MACHINE BELTING CO.
Send for Prices.
Oflico and Warorooms,
No8. 20 & 22 Hay no and 38 and 35
Pincknoy Sts. >
Factory and Yards, Asliloy River,
West End Broad Stroet,
CHARLESTON, S. C. 4 -ly
Encourage Homo Enterprise and Home People,
I?OOKS, SASH AND BLINDS
Geo. S. Hacker,
CHARLESTON, S, C.
The only Carolinian engaaged in iho man
u fact lire of Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moulding
and Turned Work in Oliarleslon, 8. 0.
l'riccs as low as any other house, and all
work first-class. no 20-1 y
fl I ? I Mill
uvery and iials tables.
Parties desiring to hire conveyance to
Pickens Court House, Tni?io Ti^oV and other
points, can bo accommodated at my Stables,
it all hours of tho day and night. Fur
ihasers can also be supplied with Gooil Stock
Sftay Regular Mail Lino to I'ickens Court10U8C
daily. (Sundays excepted.)
RICIIEV & WYATT.
Easlcy Station, S. 0., Aug. 3, 1876,
V. E. IIOLCOMBE. R. A. CIIlLD
A TTORNE YX A T LA W.
WILL PRACTICE in Circuit, Probate, and
Trail Justice CourtB of this State. All i
usincss entrusted to tl>cm willrcccivc prompt i
Sept 19 8 ly
K?rle, Wells A Taylor,
attorneys and Couusellors at Law
Having ontabli?1io<1 nn office aUPickens C.
[., S. will attend promptly to nil business
sft with (1. W. Taylor who niay ho always
mml at their office at Pickens C. II., 8. C.
One of tho senior partners will always be
resent at the Courts to assist with the busiess.
h K. EARLE, \
. (?. WELLS, ? . O. W. TAYLOR,
Greenville, 5. 0. Pickens, S. 0.
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
immi c. h? s, t
JL'iactices in Uourta of 1'ickens
>nnty, and in United States Courts
Tito undersigned, having resumed tho prac
co of law, will attend the Courtis on tho 8th
udicial Circuit. Ihisinoss left with Win. K
[agood, at l'ickcns C. II., will l?o promptly
ttonded to. J. W. IMJIIIIHON.
Nov. 11, 1871.
TO 49a per day ! Agents wanted. | ,
JfJ aii Classen ol working peolo,
of either ?ox, young or old, inako more
tonoy ai work for us in their spare mo-,
ionth, or nil tlie time, than at anything else*
articular* freo. AddrcHM 0. 8TIN80N k CO
ills, "Bonds and Postage Stamps Wanted.?
I for rarest bills, $lt> for rarest stamps. It
ill pay to scml them immediately. Also I i
I her curiosities. American Stamp Co., Uox 1
046, New York.
Poc 2 U i
South Carolina llailroatf.
Charikston, S. C., Dcc. 18, 187o.
On and after Sunday, December 1$); tho
Passenger Trains on the $outh Carolina
Railroad will run as follows;
k" (Sundays excepted.)
/>eaYe Charl^sto'n 0 15 a in
Arrive at Columbia .6 00 p m
Leave Charleston 0 lfl a m!
Arrivn fttAiirrnatn ... - - t lf> n m
Leave Columbia 0 00 a ni
Arrive at Charleston 4 -15 p m
Lop.vo Augusta < j . .. 9 00 a in
Arrive at Charleston 4 46 p in
COMJMUIA NIGHT EXPRESS'.
Leave Charleston * 0 15 p ni
Arrive at Columbia 7 20 a in
Leave ColnmJia 7 00 r m
Arrive at Charleston * G 40 ft m
AUGUSTA NIGIIT EXPRESS.
Leare Charleston ? 00 p m
Arrive At Augusta 7 4 "> a m
Lchvo Augusta 8-RO p m
Arrive at Charleston 7 10 a m
Leave iSummerviUe at 7 30 a m
Arrive at Charleston 8 45 n frr
Leave Charleston SISpm
Arrive at Summerville 4 ;!() n in
Connects at Kingvillo daily [except Son*,
days] with Up and Down Duy and Passenger
Day and Night Trains conncct nt Augusta
with Georgia Railroad, J/acon and Augusta
Ilailroad and Contral Ilailrd.ul. T^his route
via Atlanta is the quickest and most direct
route, und as comfortable and cheap as any
other route, to Montgomery, Selina, Mobile,
New Orleans, and all other points Southwest,
r?: 11 ? " * "
....v. ?\j JIUIIISVIIIV, V1IIUIIII1HI1, v.mcnpo, ftf.
Louis, and all oilier points AVest anil Northwest.
Day Train connects at Columbia with the
Through Train on Charlottco Road (which
leaves at 9 p. in.) for all points Arorth.
Night Train connect* with Local Train
[which loaves Columbia at 8 a. m.] for points
on Charlotte Road.
Laurens Railroad Train connects at Newberry
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Up Columbia Night Train connects closcly
:?1. .At. ~ r\ 111 1
r? nii hiu v?i ucnv ine mm uoimiinm uaiironri.
S. 8. SOLOMONS, Superintendent.
8. B. Piokk.vs, General Tickol Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R R
CHANGE OP SCHEDULE, *
Passenger trains run daily. Sundays excepted,
connecting with night trains ou South
Carolina Hnilroad up and down. On and after
JVonday, December 13, the following will
bo the Schedule:
Leave Columbia at 7.1)0 a ni
Leave Alston at o ir? ? .?
Leave Nowbcrry at J 0.35 a m
Leave Cokesbnry at 2.07 p in
Leave Bolton at 3.50 p in
Arrive at Greenville at f>.2o p in
Loavc Greenville at 8.00 n >n
Leave Belton at 0.10 a in
ucave Nowbcrry at 2.10 a in
r naco A 1 )..? .?t ? "> - -
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Arrlmto Columbia at 0.05 p in
SH&-C onnoot at Alston with Trains on tho
Spartanburg and Union ltnilroad ; conncct
Columbia with Night Trains on t lie South Ci.v
oliua Railroad up and down ; also with Tram
going North and South on the Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta and the Wilmiucton.
i-llMKVILLK HKANC11. " '
Train leave Abbeville at 'J.15 a m., connec/
ing with Down Train from Greenville. Leav>
Cokeiibury at 2.16 p ni., connecting with Lj
Train from Columbia. Accommodation Trait);
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Lenyr
Cokcsbury at 11.16 a m., or on the arrival c
the Down Train from Urccuvillo. Leave." AL
bevillc at 1 o'clock p. m., connecting with ( $
Train from Columbia.
ANDERSON DKANCH AND ) LUE III DO H
f.eave Walhalla at G.00 a m
Leave l'erryvillc at 6.45 a in
Leave l'endleton at. 1 ?' ?
Leave Anderson at 8.35 a m
Ai rive at Helton at 9.20 a in
Leave Belt on at 3.50 p m
Leave Anderson at 4.50 p iu
Leave l'endleton at 6.60 p in
Leave Perryville G.!>5 p ir,
Arrive at Wnlhalla 7.16 p m
Accommodation Trains between Helton and
Anderson on Tuosdays, Thursdays and .SaturJays,
Leave Helton at 0.50 <\ in., or on arrival
of Down Train from Grccnvillo. Leave
Anderson at 2.00 p in., connect in % with Up
j aiiv.?. iiohton, jr., uenerai Ticket Agent
Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Railwayl'ASSKNOKll
Leave at Atlanta at 4 10 pm
Leave Toccoa City at y 00 j> id
Leave Westminster at y fit j> in
Leave Seneca City at 10 '21 p id
Leave Oentral at 10 57 p id
Lceve F.asley at 11 30 p m
Leave Greenville ns 12 12 a id
Leave Spartanburg at 1 II a id
Arrive at Charlotte at 5 110 a m
l'ASSKNOKll TRAIN WESTWARD?DAILY.
Leave Charlotte at 8 00 p rn
uvu?iu|i[>iii>iiuiii^ ui. 11 il l Jl III
Leave Greenville at 1 28 j> m
Leave Easley at 1 fil a m
Leave 6'cntral at 2 28 a in
I.cftvo fccneca City at .*5 09 a m
Leave Wstininster at 3 31 a m
Leave Tuccoa City at 3 81 a in
A rrive at Atlanta at 0 80 a^ni
Colonists, lliiilgrnii<N and
Kor map circulars, condensed time (allies
vnd general information in regard !o transportation
facilities to all points in Tennessee,
\rkansas, Missouri, Minnesota, Colorado,
Kansas, Texas, Iowa, New Mexico, L'tali and
California, apply to or address Ai.mkkt 15.
kViiKNN, General Immigrant Agent, Olfico No.
J II. I. Kimball House, Atlanta, Oa.
No ono shouM go West without first gcting
in communication with tho General
Immigrant Agent, and become informed as to
mperior advantages, cheap and quick transportntion
of families, household goods, stook,
\nd farming implements Renerallv.
All information cliccrfully given.
W. L. DANLP.Y,
no3 0.a 0. P. AT. A.
t VA.NAJL, OT.,f iJlUil OKTII TO OEVJ1HTII,
men mom), virginia.
Portable and Stationary,
Saw ^lilW, Grist Mill|? IJopcrs, Costings of
Brass and Iron, Forginge, &c.
ARClllTECTURA^fito iron 1 york,
In all it.s brandies, d'otifc by experienced hands
im*ndvi:n portael enoineb^ot
driving Cot,ton Oin^, Threshing Machines,
Separators, Grist Mills, &'c. A number of
B<*c6wMmnd Engines ftnd Iioilers of variOM 4
patters, iu first rate order, ou hand.
Repair work solicited An 1 prdmpliy done.
WM. K; TANNEH ? CO. s
Oct 11, 7 * ly
now ,lost, now restored j
J.ust published, a new edition of Dr. Cut*
vkrw?:ki.'8 Cki.kiiuatkh Essay on (ho radical
cure (without inodicine) of Spermatorrhoea or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal
Losses, Itnpoloncy, Mental and Physical InOnnneitV.
Illllimliiiipntfi In Mnn-ioiro .<!? *! ?
, I ? v-v? ?*v?
Consumption, lipilepsy and Fits, induccd by
self indulgence or sexual extravagance, &o.
f'-.Y" l'rice in a scaled envelope, only ais
The Celebrated author, in this admirable
lis Say, dearly demonstrates, from a thirty
yearn' MicccMsful practice, that tlie alarming
cnnsPqucnccrl of self-abuse may bo radically ,
cured without the dangerous use of internal
medicine or the application of tho knife;
pointing out a mode of euro at oncfc simpU,
certain, and eiroctual, by means of vhictit <
every sufferer, no matter what his condition
may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately,
This Lecture should ho in live hands of
every youth and every man in the Ion*.
Sent under seal, in plain envelope, to a?y
address, post paid, ou receipt of six cents or
two post stamps,
Addross the Publishors,
CI I AS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery, New York; I'ost Oificc Box, 4689
Oct 14 7 1 y S
AN OUTFIT FREE.
Wli want sonic one in cvory county t*,
take orders ami delivm* frnn.iu
old and original O. 1). IIouso. Largo ca?h
wages. Splendid chance in every neighborhood
for the right person of either sex, young
or old. Samples, free nnd post paid. Send
for it at oiico and make money at your home*.
Address, 11..). HALL & CO. _0N, Howard
Street, Hal si in ore, -Vd
Oct. 21, 1875 8 8m ?
We have just replenished our slock of mcr?
chamlisc tor the full and winter trade.
Ladies' and pcntlenicn's hats and dress
goo'ln generally have lceeivcd special at leu*
j Our Shoe Department
Is very full, amounting to nearly one tliousniul
Our Oo?oral Slock
Comprises nearly everything you nre lik*l*
to need and will bo sold very low.
Haif Car Load.
01'best Liverpool Suit on lian4 and^fov *eal?
two dollars per sack, which ia
CH KAPll :
Than before (he war. All are respcc'. fully In*
vitcd lo call and .sec them.
Hester & Hester.
Central, S. C.. Oct. 28, 1874.
11 j 1 O i* nr
miner <& McJtJee,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOR.
AT LAV/ AND IN EQUITY.
tfi&S&Hmillfc, 6. 8.
WILL PRACTICE IN TUB COURTS Of
TUB STATE AND UF THE UNITE!
Sept 2ft 10 If
\ BSOLUTB DIVORCES OBTAINED
/\ -I- ?!" * "
_ i.-> ui uniiTcm states for tieseition,
&o. No puhlieity required. No?
clmrgc until divorce grant*<1, Address,
M. HOUSE, Attorney,
10 fun l'Jl Broadway, N. Y.
A T T () 11 NJB Y S A T LAW
PaBiStSB? 8u ?
LIj give their attention to tlie I'r.ieticc
, , \<j inu < oucc.ion of l'enoiona,
lioni)ty I.nnil and ui thcr Claims.
J. J. NOUTON, J. H. 1IACOOD,
Wnlhallri, K. C, l'ickons, S, C.
July 27th 1871. 1 Iffl>r.
fit. .1. 4?illilaii<l "
H AVING returned and permanently located
at l'ickensvillo, respectfully o(T;rs
his I'l-ofessional scrviceH to the citizens of that
vicinity uiul surrounding country. Clturgei
May 0 41
TIC, NUT, Ml
Dealers save Five,Ton and Fiftoon
dollars per thousand on Cigars, and
get Tobacco at lowest figures, by or* v
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