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A Story of the Sea- 11
The Sail Francisco Chronicle says: f
On tho 8teamor Mikado, which arri- i
ved in this port on Saturday last >
came Capt GrovctJ and his wifo and I
two children?one a babe?who had t
a most remarkable escape from tho i
never satisfied jaws of old ocean. All ,
that human beings could sutler, en- j
dure and live; fell to their utifortu*
nate lot. Tho captain and bia wifo
aro both comparatively yonng aud
look sufficiently careworn to have
borno tho burdens of many more
years than have passed over their
heads. Tlio lady ia small, dolicately
formed, and yet plucky or courage
ous ana tun ot animation when do
tailing tho thrilling adventures
through which alio and her husband
have passed. On April 29th they
loft Antwerp lor Callao in tho ship
Albert Gallatin. They had a prosperous
voyage for three months. But
August 2, oil' Capo Horn, 5G degroos
south and 79 degrees west, a heavy
sea struck the ship and carried away
tho rudder at about 10 o'clock, p. m.
rni r... i l .i ?-? -a* .1
.men lur luui ieeu uuj'8 every enori
was mado to rop'.acc it; but tho weather
continued sovero and tho rough
winds and wavos tossed tho rudderless
ship to and fro.iiko a cork. And
all this time, as tho hoavy seas rolled
over the vessel, overy soul on board
whs continually drenched, so that not
onn Cit tlinin wnrn ft /lrv wnvmont fm>
.. ~.J t,
two weeks. At length, August 15,
the overwashed ship was found to bo
within two miles of the lldefonso islands
and driiting on the rocks. Immediately
all on board tho unmanageable
veeBrl wore compelled hastily lo
abandon her, which they did in two
lifo boats at about 2. a. m. The
captain, bis wife, two children and
five eeamen took one boat and the
remainder of the crew the otbor, and
tbo latter have not been heard from
since. Alter all were in the bu all
the captain's brave little wife
Rushed on to the ship and snatched
the chronometers and charts and
brought thom away safely. Tho li to
boat 60011 tilled with water, and was
woll nigh swamped beside the ship*
Tho boat got away with 60 pounds of
broad, but this was saturated with
salt water when sho tillod. They
T l?. ... I ? * -
uruugui away no iresn water, ana for
two days wore without a drop, whilo
driven about by the boisterous waves
and seeking a landing placu. August
17th i hey got on shore on Hermit
Island, but the six days they remained
there it thundered, and lightened
and snowed, and was so cold
inai ii'.oy '.rorc lur.ift better oil than
on the ocean. Tho rocky isle was
barren, uninhabited and desolate.
August 24th, tlioy left this island
hoping to make Staten Land some
hundreds of miles distant, but near
tho Straits of Lam air o through which
the vessels often pass. They wero
A. t. ~ 1 1 - ?
out uui ? amgie uuy, nowevor, when
the sea bccomo too heavy tor them tu
proceed and drovo thorn back into
Scour field boy on Ilorachell Island*
TJut the sea was bo rough they could
not land, and had to stay in the boat
an niglit. .Everything was wet, and
tlioy had to hail constantly, to kooj>
tho boat from going down with
them. That night was very cold and
the canvas over their heads froze
stiH. They could not lio down nor
sleep, and had to sit in a stooping
position, which Aire. Groves did with
I/KIi If A UK ON II lilt LAP,
While the snow on tho awninry nrPSk
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fled it dow ii eo low find hard upon
hor head that her attitude wiis anything
but comfortable. Next day
they navigated around this iahind and
Iniwlswl \I7.1_~1? T I- 1 ?'I >
miiuuu wn ?r uiaaiuii asianu. vvnue
on these black, barren and rocky islands
they often found it diillcult to I
get a lire, aud Buffered intolerably '
from tho cold. Here tlioy found a l
little wild celery, which they mixed 1
with their ealt sea soakod bread and 1
soino prr.eorvod moats, which thov 1
had served in email quantities. Tlio 1
daily allowance of each one was but 1
a couple ot ounces ot this coarse faro '
which wns warmed altogether, and
each ono took a spoonful. Thero (
wero nine soitla of tliom in all. They (
remained in this distressing condition
until tltc following Tuesday, when |
tliey ngnin stinted t ir Stntcn Land ,
with ;i wind from the aou'hwcst.' |
I i )(:.) < i . .1 . I
\i iuiuiugiK may www uocuiiBfeO- .an <
tour or tivo, afti r- whioh tire whut
roshoned ft-bm the ndrthward.' IKoxt
lay it blew a galo from the northvest,
and in tlfff evening the t^ijupost
jecaino8oiier.ce thoy were obliged
;o make a raft of tlieir oars and laeh
iho boat fn tlinm nnrl lot lioi?
while thoy were kep^ constantly bail
ing. Thoy again lost all their fresh
water on b6ard, tlio boat filled aud
destroyed all their provisions,- and
Mrs Groves looked up to her husbaud
and said eadty, UI guess wo aro gone
tins time." That higkt they drifted
back about forty miles from tho land
they woro approaching. Next day
was more' moderate. Some of tho
FKLIj A6LKKP ON Til KIR OAKS
And lost tluoe of them. But in tho
heavy sens, whenever a wave came,
they wore all obliged to pull for lito.
After a week ot such voyaging tho
captain's wifo ono day saw a ship.
Thoy pulled lor hor but were not
observed. The day following, about
dy j). m.; tnoy-Baw an island about
twenty live miles olT. At-5, p. m.,
they righto a vessel and made for
her. Slio proved to bo tho ship Syren
from Boston to Honolulu. The shipwrecked
wanderers had now been
afloat or on frozen islands for eighteen
days, in all of which tinio thoy
had never had a chango of garments,
'having lo6t everything whoa they
abandoned the ship. When they
were takon on board the men wore
almost blind All were nearly star*
ved, and one sailor was out of his
mind. They bad^o be raised on
board tho ship, and not ono of them
could stand or walk, their knees be^
ing almoBt still* and thoir strength bo
ing nearly exhausted. Yet during
all those eighteen davs of droadful
suffering Mrs. Groves had managed
to mu'flo her babo and preserve both
its lilc and ber own. Capt. Newell,
of the Syren, wa? extremely kind to
tho suilererB, and they say \vor,Us can
neither portray bis goodness nor express
their gratitude, When they
reached Honolulu some ol tho good
nonnltt tliorft p.arnd for tho AiifToroiH.
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and tho Mikado brought thein to our
city. Tho captain and his wife appear
to bo very nico people, and i.
would seem as if some of our worthy
citizens could not bestow a wiser
charity than to aid these helpless odob
in this their time of need..
"Pay on Demand "
Tho Detroit Froo Press bus tho following:
Entering n saloon on Larnod stroot,
wost, tho other day, a man laid an
old, spavined fifty cent shinplastor 011
tlio bar, and called for boor.
'Dot isn't so goot as Borao brown
paper.' j v <, *; .
'Do yoa^o back on tJio.Qovornment
oftlioUnitod States?'demanded the
'Vbero is dot Qovornmont?'
'Right tboro, sir. Tbo Government
nf fhn friwmt TTriiforl Mfnfna nf A mnrino
fo.V,l.V V,. *"
isBitod that 8hinplnRtor and agrood to
'I nevor heard about dot,' replied
tho bar tendor, pushing tho m on fly
Well, I'll mako you hoar of it
miirhtv quick if vou don't hand out
tho boor and givo mo my change.'
'You moans somodings. You start
'Yos, I moan somothing. I'll havo
tho "Unitod Stiitos Supromo Court ill
this l)iir room in loss'n half an hour,
and boforo noon I'll havo you poking
your iioso botwoon tho iron bars.'
'Vhat I doos, oh?'
'You rofuso to tftko that monoy.'
'Hut it ish no goot.'
t? iiiio um juu mnuu iu iun
'] didn't mr.kos no money.'
Wasn't that monoy mado by tho
[iovornmont?' domandod tho strangor.
Who is tho Govornmont? Why, tho
>ooj)lo, of courso. I am a part of
,ito (iovornmont; you aro anothor
>art, and so on. I aidod to issuo that
nonoy, and so did yoa,and wo prom
nod to redeem it. Now, you rake in
,hat promiao to pay and givo me my
change, or I'll got up the biggest lawluit
you ovor board of.'
'Who shall tako him of mo?' inquire
3tl tho bar tondor. aa ho nicked tin
'Any ono you offer it to, or ho'll ho
ial?lo to ft suit, for /also protonflOH. (Jo
light up to tlio poatoflico with if, do-*,
maud . ilvcr, ftnd if tlioy won't ox
khango*y?ii tfnh gottv 'Iftwyor to phut
1tt*i!iop"uj>7 ? ^
Tho man took it, and handod out
bo obango and tb'o boor, and as tho
trangerpassod out, ho called to bis
vifo and aekod:
'Say, Katrina, what you links
Son^o moro taxes, llonr}'.'
No moro duxos, but I am flomo of
dor Govorment, and you are somo of
idor Govornmont, and dor baby in dor
^grndlo is a loodio bit of dor Ooyorn-.
mont, and I shall got somo bow glozo
'and voto for myeolf to go to dor Gotn~
Two lawyers in a country court?
ono of whom had gray hair, and the
other, though just as (fid a man as his
loarnod friend, had hair which look
: t.. i.i . i - -i ? - i*
bubpiouaiy oihuk? imu some auorcalion
about ft question of practice, in
which tlio gentleman with dark hair
remarked to his opponent. UA poroon
at your tiino of life"?looking at
the barrister's gray head?"ought to
havo long enough cxperionce to know
wlmt is customary in such cases."?
"You may stare at my grey hair, if
you like. My hair will bo grey as
long as I live, and yours will be
1. i _ _ i . 1 . l ill
duick ii8 long as you uyci '
IVmco John Schloswig-IEolstoinSandaburg-Gluckborg
arrived in Engs
land Tuesday. Tho rest of his namo
will como over in a special c<w so mo
timo noxt week.
(N1 O a day nt home. Agents wanted. Out
lit and torma free. True & Co., Au?.
AbbPHR WEEK. guaranteed to Agents,
J w Malo and Fctnnlo, in their locality.?
Ift/ I Terms nnd OUTFIT FREE. Address
IT' 1\ 0. YlUKEKY & CO., Augusta, Me.
MINI) Reading, Psyeliomancy, Fascina
lion, Soul Charming, Mesmerism, and
'Marriage Guide, showing how either sox rosy
Ifasoinateiind gain the love and nIVection of
any person they ehoosc instantly. 400 pages.
By mail 00 cents, Hunt & Co.,*1^9 S. 7th St.,
i^f> to'$20 per <lny at homo. Samples worth
L$1 free. Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine.
ji A OKNT.ST, liiu ureal Cot chmicc of tho uro- J
I'i V Address, with stump, National Copyint'
p., Atlanta, C!-v. _J
iODV ERTISINW W '
RELIGIOUS m miCULMAL
ftT (& i*ri> & >
BKNU Fon CUll OAT A 1.001) K
For information, address
iOEO. 1'. HOWELL & CO., <11 1'AllK ROW,
CP ^ _ r ^ j -
.pi IUI 25 perils.
8KNIV-FOB OIJR OATAr.OCll/lS.
For information, address
pEO. P HOWELL & CO., 11 TARKROW,
1 I, | M1 || j
senator?it K liowon.
Representative?I) F Brail loy.
Clerk of Court?S D Kolih.
Ju<!(je of I'rohate?1 11 lMiilpot.
I Sheriff"?.1 lliloy Ferguson.
School Commiwontr?K A Iiovfen
Treasurer?B' A Lesley.
Auiiitor?Aloi'/.o M Folgor.
County Commissiontrs?Jolm T OossoLI,
Chairman?Itobort Crnig, O M Lynch. Clerk
Uounty Commissioners, C L lloUingHWorlli.
Tri<il Jutlices?ltarley, O II C .Smith??S7i?
lubrity, .1 J5 Clayton?Cmhrnl, James A
Llddeli?I'ickrns C 11, C L llollingHWorlh
and Q W Taylor?D icusvillt, .1 IJ Sutherland.
S U B 8 CJ LI J B E
a'lay giinrnitip. il using our WKLT?
U?'j AIJ (J l'< It \ l?l!ll,I/S. $100 it in o ii I li
1, ><1 to k<>o<1 fluents. Au^er JJook free. Jilz
AugerCo., St. ItOuis, Mo. ?
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. !
I Doors, SasHEs, :
j - ?Doalor in?
rain s, Oils &c,;
?Sole Agont for?
This National Mixed Paint Co.
The Great American Fire Extinguisher
PAGE MACHINE BELTING CO.
Send for Prices.
Offlco and Warerooms,
No8. 20 & 22 Ilayne and 38 and 35
Factory and Yards, Asldoy River,
West End Broad Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C. 4-ly
m if w i ?... ! if * i
tncourage uomo fcsierpri&e ana nomo reopio,
?OORS, SASH AND BLINDS
Geo. S. Hacker,
CIl/VRLESTON, S, C.
The only Carolinian eitgnngcd in (ho man
Ufacturo of Doors, ??iih1i, Minds, Moulding
and Turned Work in Charleston, 8. C.
Prices as low as any other house, and nil
work first-class. no 29~ly
g i i a i ft) i II
Livery m sale Allies, j
Parties desiring (o hire conveyance to
Pickens Court Houso, Table Rock and other
points, can bo accommodated at my Stables,
at all hours of tlie day and night. Purchasers
can also bo supplied with Good Stock
Kegular Mail Line to Pickens Courthouse
daily. (Sundays excepted.)
UIC1IEY & WYATT.
Easley Station, S. 0., Aug, 8, 1876.
W. E. IIOLCOMBE. R. A. CHILD
IKoIoonthc <Ar C'liilil,
A TTORNE YS A T LA TF.
WILL PRACTICE in Circuit, Probate, ami
Trail Justine Courts of this State. All
business entrusted to tbeni will reccivc prompt
F.arle, Wells ?fc Taylor,
Attorneys nnd Counsellors at Law
Having established an office at Pickens C.
II., 5/Cm will attend promptly to all business
left witli G. W. Taylor who may be always
found al iliuir offico at Pickens C. II., S. C.
One of (lie senior partners will always be
present at the Courts to assist with the business.
W. VI. EARLE, \
0. G. WKLLS, / G. W. TAYLOR.
Greenville, S. 0. Pickens, S. C.
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
(MVILLE G, H? 5, C,
Practices in Courts of Pickons
* 1 TT in.. r-+
o uniy, aim id unneu oiiitce tjourie
The undersigned, having resumed the prius
tico of law, will (itlend the Court* on tho 8th
Juriioinl Circuit. Huftiness left with Wm. Id
Ilagood, at Piokcns C. II., will bo promptly
attended to. J. W. H/1KRISON.
Nov. 14, 1871.
<tn TO $9(1 per day ! Agents wnnted.
yrv v w n v.n.i.g |'ovpie,
of citlior box, young or oM, rnako mora
raonoy at work for us in their Hpare moirtcnto.
or all Ihc time, than at anything else*
Particular* free. Address O. 8TIN80N & CO
Hills, T5onds nml Postage Stamps Wanted.?
$t for rarest liilln, $10 tor rarest stamps It
will pay to hoikI them immediately. Also
other curiosities, American Stamp Co., 15ox
40 lo, New York.
Dec 2 M \
Hoilill Durolina llnilrmnl I
Charleston, 8. Deo. 18, 1876.
On und after Sunday, Decombor 10, tho
Passenger .Trains on the South Carolina
Itailrond will run as follows!
Lcavo Charleston 9 15 a in
Arrive at Columbia 6 00 p m
Loavc Charleston , 9 15am
Arrive at Augusta 5 15pm
Leave Columbia 9 00 a m
Arrive at Charleston 4 46 p m
Leavo Augusta 9 00 a m
Arrive at Charleston . 4 45 p m
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston 9 16 p m
Arrive at Columbia 7 20 am
Leavo Columbia 7 00 p m
Arrive nt Chnrlcslon 0 40 a m
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston 8 00 p m
Arrive nt Augusta 7 45 a m
Leave Augusta 8 80 p m
Arrive at Charleston 7 40 a m
jucuyo oumiiicrviuo at i sunm
Arrive at Charleston 8 45am
Loavc Charleston 3 15pm
Arrive at Sumi'norvillo -1 30 p m
Connects at Kingvillo daily [exccpt Sun*,
clays] with Up and Down Day and Tasscngcr
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta
with Georgia Railroad, ,1/acon and Augustn
Railroad and Central Railroad. 7'his routo
via Atlanta is the qnickest and most direct
routo, and as comfortablo and cheap as any
other route, to Montgomery, Selma, Mobile,
New Orleans, and all other points Southwest,
and to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St.
Louis, and all other points West and North*
Day Train connects at Columbia with the I
Through Train on Charlottco Road (which
leaves at 9 p. in.) for all points iVortli.
Night Train connoots with .Local Train
[which loaves Columbia at 8 a. m.] for points
on Chariot to Road.
Laurens Railroad Train connects at Newberry
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Up Columbia Night Train connects closely
with the Groenvilloand Columbia Railrnnfl
8. S. SOLOMONS, Superintendent.
S. 13. Piokrms, Oenoral Tieket Agent.
Greenvillo & Columbia R It.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Passenger trains run daily, Sundays excepted,
connecting with night trains en South
Carolina Hnilrond up and down. On and after
J/onday, December 13, tho following 'will
be the Schedule:
Loavo Columbia at 7.30 a m
Leave Alston at 9.15 a m
Leave Newberry at 10.85 n. i?
Leave Cokcsbury at 2.07 p m
Leave Helton nt ' 3.00 p m
Arrive at Greenville at 6.25 p in
Leav<< Greenville at 8.00 a m
Leave llclton at 9.40 a m
Leave Cokesbury 11.20 a m
ueave Newborry at 2.40 a m
Leave Alstou at 4.20 p in
Arrive at Columbia at 5.66 p in
JgyConneCt at Alston with Trains on the
Spartanburg and Union Railroad; connect at
<Kin TiiiI. ?i.? n?
VU...I..V.V ...... iMtiiiavii tuu UUlllll V/ttl
olina Uailroad up and down ; also with Traini
going North and youth on tho Charlotte, Co
Inmbia and Augusta and the Wilmington, Co
Train Icuvc Ahhovillo at 9.15 a m., connect
ing with Down Train from Greenville. Lea\
Cokesbury at'2.15 p ui., connecting with Ij|
Train from Columbia. Accommodation Trait'.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Leay<
Cokesbnry at 11.16 a m., or on the arrival c
tho Down Train from Greenville. Loaves Al
boville at 1 o'clock p. m., connecting with (j
Trnin from Columbia.
ANDKRSON BRANCH AND rLUE UIDOE
Leave Walhalln at G.00 a m
Leave Perry villo at 6.45 a m
Leave Pendleton at 7.85 a m
Leave Anderson at 8.86 a m
Airlve at Bclton at 0.20 am
LMfve Bolton at 8.CO p ra
Leave Anderson at 4.60 p ra
Leave Pendleton nt 6.60 p m
I,cava l'orryvillo 6.85 p m
Arrive at Walhallft 7.15 p m
Accommodation Trains between Bolton and
Anderson on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
Leave Bolton at 9.50 Am., or on arrival
of Down Train from OreenviUo. Leave
Ai.dcrson at 2.00 p n>., conncoting with Up
t Ci T\Aiv ft % *'r* . fv
i m/,uno uuu/vnil'.au,
Jarv.z Notton, Jr., General Ticket Agent
Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Railway.
l'AHSV.NOKR train KA8T\VARI>?DAILY.
Leave at Atlanta at 4 10 p in
Leave Toccoa City at 0 00 j) in
Leave Westminster at 9 64 p m
Lcare Hon oca City at 10 21 p m
i.cnvo wenirai at 10 f>7 p m
Leeve Kuslcy (it 11 80 p m
I,cave Greenville as 12 12 a m
Leavo Spartanburg at 1 <11 a m
Arrive at ('harlotIo at 6 30 a m
PA8SKNORH TRAIN WKMTWAIIO?DAtl-Y.
Leave Charlotte at 8 00 p m
.jeave Spartanburg nt 11 54 p m
Leave (Iroenville at 1 28 p m
Loavo Lasley at 1 61 n m
Loavo Central at 2 28 a m
Ltavo gcncoa City at 8 O'J a m
Leave Wstminster at 8 34 a in
r.nnun Tnonnn flilu nl Q 04 ? ...
.w - u u ? U III
Arrive at Atlanta at y 80 a^m
ColoniMlN, Kiulgrante ami
Por map circulars, condensed time tables
and general information in rogard to transportation
facilities to all poinin in Tonnc49oe,
Arkansas, Missouri, Minnesota, Colorado,
Kansas. Texan. Inwn Mow ft??u -- ?
t , ..vn l.v^.wv, V I nil ?UU |
California, apply to or address Aliikrt B.
Wuknn, General Emigrant Agent, Office No.
'2 l(. I. Kimball Houhc, Atlanta, Oa.
No one should go West without first getting
in coiuinuniontion with the General
KmigrafW Agent, nnd becomo informed as to
Kuperior advantages, cheap and nuick trims.
port III ion of fnmilios. liouncliolct goods, slock,
iiml forming implements gcnorfJly.
All information chccrfully givi.i.
W. L. DANLEY,
no^iim 0. V. & T. A. i
" .11 i ?1 jb9
.N B\V AD VBRTJSEMBJtfTJS
<>t , ^ ^ . ?? . ,? . ,^|i L. *> j ^
Canal St., *roh Sixth to Sbvbmtb,
Ji 1 CUM OAD, : i VIRGINIA.
Portable and Stationary}
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Boilera, Callings of
Brass nml Iron, Forglngs, &o. >
jiKum-JL-javJL-uuAua WVJN WUKJi,
Iji all iln branches, done by expcrionccd bands
IMPROVED rORTADL ENOINES for
driving Cot ton Gins, Threshing Mftohince,
Separators, Grist Mills, &o. A number of +
second-hand Engines and Boilers of various
patters, in first ratcordor, on band,
Repair work solioited and promptly dono.
WM. E. TANNER & CO.
Oct 14, 7 t ly
STATE OF SOUTH CAROX.INA.
Pickens CouNxy. g
KNOW nil men l>y those presents, Hint
in nccordnnco with an Act entitled
--/in iiui, iv pruviuc lor granting 01 certain
charters," approved the thirtieth day of
February, ono thousand eight hundred and
seventy four, and our petition asking for ?
charter; that Mathow Hendricks and Jcfticr
Simmons, and their associate* nnd successors,
I members of this "Oolenoy Baptist Church,"
arc hereby constituted and declared a body
politic and corporate, under the name and
style of the Oolenoy Baptist Ohurch of Pick*
en? County. 6'aid corporation shall have *
power to purchase nnd hold real estate or
personal property, not exceeding in value
the sum of dollars; and to sell and
convey, or dispose ofthosamein any manner
whatsoever; and by its corporate name to
aim niul ?.n bn?.l 5? ?< ??- - rt ? ? '< -
??? uv > > j vi m* vvurit 01 lap
State, and to make such rule* and by-law*,
not repugnant to tbo laws of the land, as may
bo deemed neccssary; to make, use and keep *
a common seal nnd tbo same at will to alter.
Given under my band and official seal, in
tho Clerk's oflice at rickens Court House, *
this tho day of in tho
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and seventy-five, and in the onto hniiureuib
VCar of the Declaration of <?)*<<^
8. D. KEITH, a.o.r.o,
Dcc 215, 1870 17 8
I take this method of informing my friends
that I will be found in my ofTicg on each
SATURDAY, for the purpose of transacting
any business that comes under my jnriadietion.
As my duties aa School Commissioner Trifj
compel mo to bo nbsont in different pnrta ?I
(lie county, 1 make tliia special appointment
for tlic benefit of nil concerned.
11. A. DOWEN,
no25-!y Scool ComniinBione*
AN OUTFIT TREE.
WE want some one in ercry county
T t lake orders and deliver goods for tk?
old nnd original C. O. D. House. Large casb
wnges. Splendid chancc in every neighborhood
for the rightperson of either sos, young *
or old. Samples, t'reo and post paid. Send
for il at once and make money at your home*.
Address, H.J. HALL & CO. .ON. Howiurdl
Street, Halsimorc, Jl/d
Oct 21,1875 8 3m
hftvojunt replenished our stock of mee?
chandiso for the fall and winter trade. *
Ladies' nnd ronilomon'" i.??~ -?
----- e v.?v.. o iimo ouu urw?
goods generally have received Bpecinl ntttn* r
Our Shoe Department
la very full, amounting to noarly one thott*
m^wrnm. WUVJI'ttl BlUCH
Comprises nearly everything you are llk?ljr
to need anil will be sold v#ry low.
Haif Car Load.
0fl)cst Liverpool Salt on hand and/ov
two dollars per sack, which is
TUnn IVACama II 4 11 * "
..uiuic iiiu war. y\u arc rospeotfuJly In? w
vilcil to cull ftnd sec tlioin.
Hester & Hostor.
Central, S. C.. Oct. 28, 1874.
Butler & McBee,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOR
AT LAW AND IN EQUITY.
WILL PRACTICE IN THK COURTS 0?
TUB STATE AND OF TIIE UNITBB
Sept 28 1^ If
Absolute divorces obtained
. from Courts of different States for de>
sertion, &o. No publioity required. No
charge until divorce granted, Address,
M. HOUSE, Attorney,
40 Cm 19-4 Broadway, n. y.
NORTON d IKAUOOD,
A T T O R NK Y S AT; LAW
nmi&m s* ?
TITILL K>vo their attention to tho Praetiot
VV ami to the Collection of Pension^
Bounty Land anil all other Claims. _ m
J. J. NOitTON, J. E. HAOOOD, ^
Walhalln, 8. C, Pickens, 8, 0.
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HAVING relumed find permanently localed
nt lMckensvillo, respectfully offjra
liia l'rofoflfdonal services to the citizens of that
vicinity and surrounding country. Charged ^
May 9 -11