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wanted to be an Editor- i
4Havo you any oxporionco in tho '
business?' we asked of a verdant loak\
ing youth who applied for an cdito- '
rial position the othor day.
Haven't I though?' ho replied, as
he put one foot uudcr his chair to
bide the unskillful patching of a
backwoods cobbler, *1 should say I'd
bad *ome experieuce?haven't I cor
responded with the Pumkinvillo
Beroamer for six weeks? Hain't that
experience enough?"
'That will do very well," we roplied,'but
when we take young men
on our editorial stall' wo generally
r\??f ( ItAtvi f lii'Amvli nn AVOininntiAn
|'u% iiivt'i vui uu oAumiiiubiuu.
Dow much are twelvo timc3 ono?'
'Twelve, why any little boy ought
to an'?
4IIold on, pleaso?dou't bo too fast
?who discovered America?'
'Klumbus! Pshaw thorn questions
is just as easoy as'?
'Who was the lirst man?'
Adam! Why, mister, I know
air?
'What was his othor name?'
41Iis other name? why ho didn't
have none.'
x cs, no uia. iuu see luais wncro
we've got you. IIis other name was
Ebonezcr?Ebonezor Adam, Esq.,
kite of I'aradiso. Nobody knows
this but editors, nod soo to it that you
don't toll anybody.'
Ho said bo wouldn't.
4How many bones aro thero in tho
humau body?'
Woll, I forgot now, but I did know
WUUS.'
What! dont you know that? Why
there's 7,482,654,921,444 bones In an
ordinary man. A man that snores
baa one more bono than othor people/
What bono is tnatf
4Tbe trombone. It'aeituated some
whero in the uobo. You won't for*
got that will you?'
He said be wouldn't.
'IIow long would it take a mud
turtle to eioss tho desort of Sahara
v.'ith a small orphan boy to touch
him up bebiud with a red-hot poker?'
4Well, look horo mistor, if I bad a
slato and pencil I could figgor that
out, but dog my skin if I'm much on
mental arithmetic.'
4Slate and pencil! Did you ever bco
a slate and pencil about a sanctum?
Non8on8CU3e. Well, let that quess
fion slip. Ilavo you got a good constitution?'
MPutty tolorablo.'
'How long do you suppose you
could livo on raw corn and faith, and
do tbo work ol a domcsticatcu olcpliant?'
'Lord! I don't boliovo I could livo
inoro'n a weok.'
*Well that's about as long as you'd
want to livo if you got an oditorial
position 011 this paper. You appear
to bo pretty well posted; wo shall
ask you ono raoro question, and it" you
Dfovo eaual to it von can take off
your coat and eail in.'
'Let's liavo 'er squire. I didn't
correspond for tho Pumkinvillo
Screamer six weeks for nolhin'. Let
'er como?I'm on deck, I am.'
'Well, sir, if two diametrical cir?,
cles with octagonal peripheries should
collide with a centrifugal idiosyncra*
sy, or, to put ii plainer, wo win Buy a
disenfranchised nonentity, what ofFcct
would (,thu catastropho exert on a
chrystalizcd oodlish appended by tho
tail from tho homogeneous rafter ol
tho empyrean?'
As tho full force of this pondoron^
problom brolco upon liis bewildered
brain, l?o slowly dragged hid inartistically
cobbled shoo from under his
chair and started from the room. We
hoard him descend tho stair, go out^
and closo tho door. Wo then pla
cidly reaumod our duties, regretting
tiiat so promising a youth should
have been woiglied in the balance and
iound wanting.? Franklin Patriot.
<2* ???
The Jennings Heirs
Our Augusta exchangos publish
the proceedings of a convention of
these heirs hold in that city during
tho past wook, somo fifty of thorn
being y resont. Tho hoirs aro ecaU
terod all over the country, but principally
hail from Tennessee, Virginia,
Georgia and South Carolina, although ^
fiAtVlA /it' I liAfli lll-A tn/in^A/l II (l.A ' I
r"i .iv) wi i iiviii ai u i"u<nv;n in tllU
Northern States, principally in Vcr- '<
A
I"
inoiit. Tho American hoira claim
faaceui from Edward Jennings, a
nephew of William Jennings, who
emigrated to Virginia, wlioro bo
died leaving a family of ton children.!
Judge Bacon who had been aent to
England inado bis report, in which 1
ho said tho esta'e in quostion was
worth $150,000,o00, but ho had lately
scon a statoment in the Ricbriiond
Whig) placing the amount at $400,000,000.
Lie was sorry tho value
was raised, bccaueo it would onlv
?- r- ~ -"V
make tlio struggle a more prot meted
one. lie then rend letters addressed!
to him while in England, two of
which wore from Hon. Judah Ben
jamin; tho last lottor from that distinguished
gentleman boing very
briet, and declining to answer any
logal or other questions in regard to
tho subject matter, on tho ground
that ho was a law ollicer of tho English
Crown. Tho loarnod gentloman
then recited tho diiliculties lio mot
with in England in prosecuting his
soarch, and tho very evident dosiro
to keep information away from tho
American claimants. lie road an
editorial Trom tlio .London Telegraph,
a leading authority on law mattors,
favoring tho idea that thero was a
chance for tho hoira eventually os*
tablishing tlioir claim. Tho Judge
exhibited a podigroo which had
boon prepared at great oxpouso and
labor.
Tho cstato consists of both real
and personal property of immense
value, and tho question now beforo
thG English Courts was as to a bar
by lapso of time. If that should bo
decided in favor of tho claimants,
thon the establishment of tho kin.
ship of tho various hoirs, and tho
richtR nf thn Amorinnn p.lfiimfintn ivil)
como.np for adjudication,
Now York jowollors aro said to bo
busy propanng ologan'? r.ow pins to
bo worn by gontlomon this neason,
upon which io ongravad "Engagod,'?
"Murriod," "Don't want to," "No
ma'am," or somothing liko, to bo used
as a protoction during Loap yoar.
A Missouri lawyer BuccoBsfully dofondod
a highwayman, but oharged
him an oxorbitant foo. Tho highwayman
paid it without a murmur, Htop^
pod his counso\ on his way homo at
night, and rccovored tho cash.
I
A Nobraska man diod tho other
day at tho ago of 99 yoars 11 months
and 30 days. Wo can imagino how
mad that man must have boon that ho
could'nt mako it an ovon 100 yoars.
+<&?+
A bill has beoi\ introduced in tho
Ohio Legislature imnosintr a fino of
filly dollars for taking tho namo of
God in vain.
Wabash Collogo forbids gambling
among tho students, and tho boys
nlaintivolv innuiro how tbov can over
bo appointod ministoru lo England
without a knowlodgo of pokor.
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Deo. 23, 1876 17 tf
Agents Wanted For the
!mti mr A "W ^ nArra^T0 of tho oxploits, ndi
t*t ventures and travels of Miulda^tv
,unc L- J- VELASQUEZ, other
I i wise known as LT. HARRY T.
ifUFFoRD, o- M. a. a True Southern
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late U. H. Navy.
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of the hardest fought battles of tho late war,
and greatly distinguished herself by the extraordinary
valor she displayed. She ttlso
l distinguished herself as a
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and on numerous occasions ran through the
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South Carolina Railroad, I
Charmcston, S. C., Deo. 18, 1676.
On and after Sunday, Dcooinber 10, tho
Passenger Trains oa tho Bouth Carolina
Railroad will run aa follows:
FOR COLUMBIA.
(Sundays oxooptcd.)
Leave Charleston 0 16am
Arrive at Columbia 5 00 p m
FOR AUGUSTA.
(Sundaya excepted.)
Leavo Charleston 0 16 a m
Arrivo at Augusta 6 16 pm
FOR CHARLESTON.
((Sundays exoopted.)
Leave Columbia >< 0 00 a m
Arrive at Charleston 4 46 p m
Leave Augusta < 9 00am
Arrivo at Charleston 4 46pm
COLUMBIA NIQIIT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston 9 15 p m
Arrive at Columbia 7 20 a m *
Leave Columbia 7 00 p m
Arrive at Charleston 6 40 a m
AUGUSTA NldllT EXPRESS.
Leavo Charleston 8 00pm
Arrivo at Augusta 7 45 a m
Leavo Augnsta 8 80 p m
Arrivo at Charleston 7 40 a m
SUMMERVILLE TRAIN.
(Sundays excepted.)
Leave <Summerville at 7 80 a m
Arrive al Charleston 8 45 a m
Leave Charleston 3 15 p m
Arrivo at Summorvillo 4 80 p m
CAMDEN TRAIN
Connects at Kingville daily [excopt Sun>.
days] with Up and Down Day ?nU P(assougcr
Frains.
Day fuul Night Trains connect nt Augusta
with Georgia Railroad, .Macon and Augusta
Railroad and Conlral Railroad. This route
via Atlanta is tho quickest and most diroot
route, and as comfortablo hnd cheap as any
othor route, to Montgomery, Solma, Mobilo,
Now Orledno, And all othor points Southwest,
and to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St.
Louis, and all othor points West and Northwest.
Day Train connects at Columbia with tho
Through Train on Charlottco ltoad(which
leaves at 9 p. m.) for all points JVorth.
Night Train connects with Local Train
[whioh leaves Columbia at 8 a. m.] for points
onunartotio nona.
Laurens Railroad Train connocta at Newberry
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Up Columbjp Night Train conncots closely
with tho Greenville aud Columbia Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS, Superintendent.
S. 13. Pickets, General Tiokot Agont.
Ghreoiiville & Columbia R It
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE,
Passenger trains run daily. Sundays excepted,
connecting with night trains on South
Carolina Railroad up and down. On and after
^Monday, December 13, tho following v?ill
be the Schedule:
UP
Lonvo Columbia at 7.30 a m
Leave Alston at 0.15 a m
Lcavo Newberry at 10.35 a m
Leavo CokcMbury at 2.07 p m
Lcavo Bclton at 3.50 p m
Arrive at Greenville at 5.126 p in
1>0WN.
Leave Greenville at 8.00 a m
Leave ISclton at 9.40 <* m
Leave Cokesbury 11.20 u m
uoave Newberry ut 2.40 a in
Lcavo Alston at 4.20 p in
Arrive at Columbia at 5.55 p n>
jjgjyConnect at Alston with Trains on tho
Spartanburg and Union llnilroail : connect nt
Columbia with NightTrnins on the South Car
oiinaRuilroad up and down ; also with Trains
going North and South on the Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta and the Wilmington. Co<i
jMDKVILLE MtANCli.
Train leavo Abbeville at 0.15 a in., connect
ing with Down Train from Greenville. Leav<
Cokosbury at *2.16 p ni., connecting with Uj
Train from Columbia. Accommodation Train,
Mondays, Wcdncadays and Fridays. Leuy(
Cokcslniry at 11.15 a m., or on tho arrival o;
tho l)own Train from Greenville. Leaves Ah.
lioviUe at. 1 o'clock ji. m., connecting with ( J I
Train from Columbia.
ANDE1180N BRANCH AND JLUE ItlDQE
VI V lOlU?t.
Leavo Walhalla at 0.00 a tn
Leave Perryvillo at <?.45 a in
Leavo Pondlolon at 7.35 a m
Leave Anderson at 8.35 a in
Airlvoat Helton at y.20 a m
UP. I
Leave Helton at 3.50 p m
Leave Anderson at <1.50 p in
Leave l'endleton at 5.50 p in
Leave Pcrryvllle 0.86 p in
Arrivo at Walhalla 7.15 p m
Accommodation Trains between Bolton and
Anderson on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
Leave Bolton at9.50 am., or on arrival
of Down Train from Greenville. Leave
Aiwlai-nnr. nl ?> fill %-w ~ ?1.1. II
uv -.wvr I' 111., UUlIllCt.UII^ Willi t'J?
THOMAS DODAMRAD,
General Superintendent.
J Am:/. Norton, Jr., General Ticket Agent
Sclicdulo.
Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Railway.
rASSKNflKR TRAIN EASTWARD?DAILY.
Leave at Atlanta at 4 10pm
Leave Tocooa City at ft 00 p m
Leave WcHtminster at 'J 51 p ra
m-uYU i3uxiuv? v^ny m I U Z I p Hi
Leave Oentral at 10 57 p in
LcovoKaftley at 1189pm
Leave Greenville as 12 12 am
Leave Spartanburg at 1 4t a m
Arrive At Charlotte at 6 30 a m
PASHKNaBR TRAIN WK8TWABD?DAILY.
Leave Charlotte at 8 00 p in
uCHYO Spartanbyrg at 11 64 p m
Leavo Orocnvillo at 1 28 p in
Lcavo Ea.'iloy at 151am
Leavo Central at 2 28 a m
Ltftvo fjoneca City at 8 00 a in
Leave Wstminstcr at ft 84 a ra
Lcavo Tuccoa City at 8 84 a in
Arrivo at Atlanta at ' 0 80 a^m
Colonists, Kmig unto au<l
Traveler* Westward.
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and general information in regard to trana.
-II ! - * ~ 1- m.
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mid farming implements generally. I
All information choorfully given.
W. L. DANLKY, t
no3?m 0. P. A X. A. '
*?
L-l U?-, ..-- llLl
WKW ADVlSKTISiSftlJSJNTS
METROPOLITAN WORKS, ,
Canal St., vrom Sixth to Sevantit,
HICnMOND, : : VIRGINIA.
ENGINES.
Portable and Stationary,
Saw Mills, Oriel Mills, Boilers, Coatings it
Brass and Iron, Forgingn, &o.
ARCHITECTURALE IRON WORK,
In all its branohos, done by experienced hands
IMPROVED PORTA EL ENGINES tot %
driving Cotton Gins, Threshing Machines,
Separators, Grist Mills, &o. A numbor of
sogond-liand Engines aud Boiiors of variout)
puiiere, in mm rniooruert on ninu.
Repair work solicited an<l promptiy done,
WM. K. TANNER & CO. ~
Oct 14, 7 ly
A LDCftltE
TO YOUNG MEN.
Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope. Pries
Six Cents.
A Lcoturo on tho Nature, Trcftlmcnt, ami
Radical euro of.Seminal Weakness, or Spor*
matorrhcea, Induced by Self-Abuse, Invo*.
luntnry Emissions, Impotcnoy, Norvoua Dcn
Itilil v nnd 1 til nnJinwuWii ia \tnvrinnfft rrnn
orally; Consumption, Epilepsy, anif Fitsf
Mental and Physical Incapacity, &c.?By
ROBERT J. OULVEltWELL, M. JL>., author
of tho "Grecu Book," &c.
Tho world-renowned autliOr, in this admi*
rablo Lccturo, clcarly proves from his own
cxperionco thnt tho awful conscquonoos of m
Self-Abuse may bo ofFcotuftlly removed without
modicino, and without dangerous surgical
operations, bougies, instruments, rings, or
cordials; pointing out a modo of euro nt onc? ^
certain and effeotual, by which every sufferer,
no matter what his condition may be, In ay
cure himself cheaply; privately and radically.
ygy* This Lecture will prove a boon to
thousands and thousands. Sent, under seal, in *
a plain envelope, to any address, on receipt
of six ccnts, or two pontage stamps.
Address the Publishers.
T<> II IJTT/anT A XT 9. CS/~VXT
X.' ? J7JLV U U 1U XIII CO OV/11 )
44 Ann St., Now York; FostOffico Dox, 4680*
Jan 13, 1870 19 tf f
NOTI K.
I tnke this method of informing my friend*
that I will bo found ip my ollice o? enoh
SATURDAY, for (he purpose of transacting
any business that coroca under my jurisdiction.
Ah my duties na School Commissioner will
uviwpvi iiiv iv uu uunuiit in uiucrcnt parts of
tho county, 1 mako thia specinl appointment m
for llie benefit of all concerned.
K. A. BO WEN,
no26 ly Scool Commissioner
AN OUTFIT FUEE.
WE want Eomo one in every county lo
tuko orders and deliver goods for (it#
old and original 0. O. D. House. Large eoih
wngea. Splendid chruice in every neighborhood
for the ri'Mit peison of either sex, young
or old. Samples, free nn?l post paid. Send ^
for it at onco and make money nt your homes.
Address, H. J. HALL & CO. ,GK. Howard
Street, Halslmcre, J/d
Oct 21. 1875 B p
Notice. '
AVu have just replenished our slock of merchandise
for tlio fall aud winter trade.
Ladies' nnd gonllomeu's hats and dress
goods gonerany havo reocived special uUcu*
lion.
Our Shco Department
Is very full, amounting to nearly 0110 thousand
dollftiL'. . %
Our General Stock 0
Comprises nearly everything you arc likely
to need and will bo sold very low.
t t r
ii an i_ar I.oad.
Of best Liverpool Salt on hand ftmWov 'salt
two dollars per sack, which is
CHEAPR
Than before the war. All arc respectfully ln?
vitecl to call una ?eu Ihem.
Hester & Hester,
Central. S. C.. Oct. 2S, 1874.
Butler & McBee,
ATTORNEYS AND flmmsPT T nt>
AT LAW AND IN EUtlTY
tfisssklwflll.llle. 8* &
WILL l'RACTICK IN THE COURTS Of
TIIF- STATU AND OF THE UNITED
STATES. ' *
Sept 28 10 tf
Absolute divorces obtained
from Courts of dilforont Stntca for dosortion,
&o. No publicity required, No
charge until divorco granted, Address,
m. house, Attorney,
40 Om I'll livoftdwfiy, N. Y.
WOIITOI* ?& ILKiOOD,
A T T O It Nli Y a A T, LA W
MttKBHt S. ?
TVriMi glvotbolr attention to (he Praottoe
VV ami to tho Collection of Pensions,
Hoiintv T.n.n<1 anrl nil ''>?s
__ wmv* vinilUHi
7.1'NORTON, J. K. II AO OOP,
Walhalla, S. C, Pickens, S, C.
July 27th 1871. 1 tfi
]>r. It. J. dillilnud
HAVING returned and permanently locatod
at riokenavillo, respectfully ofT;rn
hift ProfcMiom.l scrvloeH io the eititeun of that "j)T
rloinlty and surrounding country. Cltargei
reasonable.
May 0 41
fflfl WfPJftV MM 8 1>nKC8' 50 ,)roa<l
Iftfa Witftkl ItVtii columns, from now
;o Now Years, pout paid, GO cla. Aijilrpw
Thy Sun," N v
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