What They WoregAjjtbj
unaiity ball in Now York J
crty tJioXoUowiug notca on drees wore
\a\<iif f>y fi re^oi-tor:
Mrs. John O. Fromont wore a pink
8i 1 k, covorod with deep Valenciennes
mra. A. T, Stewart, a pnlo l?luo
corded silk, with Waterau back and
trail of maroon colored ve\v,o|; from
of, bu6q,i)q and decorations of Iront of
elrirhnf t li i? sil 11 > < > tfnlunl' ftwi
Utlll V \/? X/ ? v? ? V J v I V# ?? IIUIV
ti imod \yitl? point aignil!o luco; necklaeo
of golo and diamonds, earrings
of largo emeralds; back comb arna~
ni(jul^d MUfyrubbios and diamonds;
cdrttfhrfc of white and red ruses.
Mrs. Edward Cooper, lavender
i~.i -Mi. ?-?i ?! ?- ; -
ui uvtt < wi enu\, viiininuu Willi I.1U1IH
'aiguille lace, diamond ornaments,
and Lead dress of white roses.
Mrs. John E. Robinson, black silki
pVoiitsely trimmed with hows of orange
and scarlet ribbons; magnilicont
Mrs. S. L. M. Barlow, black velvet,
trimmed with deep falls of Dueliessc
lace; lace boitha; diamond
jewelry and coiil'uro of white ostrich
M:es Dana, daughter of diaries A1-ana,
pale blue corded silk, trimmed
with point appliquo lace; coiffure ol
Mrs. Algernon S. Sullivan, pink
silk trimmed with point applique
lace and natural fluwe; pearl and di'i
Mrs. Benjamin K. Phelps in maize
colored bilk trimmmed with wide
bands of black velvet; bail powdered
and ornamented with ostrich plumes;
Mrs. Dudley K. Phelps, in while
silk, trimmed with wide festoons o
natural flnwnrn nt.l i\r?inf. nwrnill^.
- I" b"
lace; lionddi esa of roses.
Mrs. Chester A. Arthur and Miss
Froneh. both whito silk, trimmed
with point aiguille lace; diamond ornaments.
Mrs. ThornHick?, pink silk trim*
-i .. ? i
liiuu Willi uuup poilll 111C0.
Mrs. 0. N. Ostrandor, preen bill:
trimmed with point applique hice.
Miss Ellen E. Fullett, daughter ot
Alonzo Follett, light blue silk. Ilor
sister, Miss Ilortie M. Follett, light
green silk. <
A whitfi silk nrwl mnmnn vnluni i
costume, heavily trimmed with deep
flounces of old Duchesso lace, and
magnificent, necklace, earrings and 1
armlets ot diamonds, was much ad- '
Among tho other costume* wore
the following: A dark green velvot
1 1 i t i .
emoroiuereu wun wnite iloss, and oiv ,
unmerited with heavy wliito cording. ,
A canary colored brocaded silk; ,
over dress and bine silk skirt. I
A blaelc velvet 'ousquo with maize i
colored skirt, black volvet sash, trail ?
and bows, and the wholo ornamented I
with natural flowers. i
A light pink silk trimmed profuse* (
ly with tiny pink Ilowors. '
A jjurplo velvet robe heavily trim" (
med with point aiguille lace beaded *
at intervals by largo bunches of (
bl ight colored flowers.
A whito silk and black silk velvoi
*lpnoo tli? i > ? *
ml voo. uivj i >\ u SUI1I5 Ulillltr It I >i >11 I
equally jn*oporti >nc?l, tlio corsagc^ ^
front and back, sliouMors, and (lie
shirt ornamented with largo nosc^ %
Dkf.I' Plowing.?On the ncvontli ol ()
last May, says a correspondent; we i '
commcncod i>!f?vvin<Y rvi.rli*- t
I - r> ??V.lV.O Wl
Hlalk ground for corn. Wo plowed
about two days, when wo brolc tbo y
new point on tlio plow. Having but e
one now point, and being unablo to t'
obtain any for Bovcral days, wo put H
on an old one. With tbo new point *'
. . .....
wu jinnvTu jiuoiiL eight inclics deep? i
at least two inchos deeper than the |
field had ever been plowed boloro.? g
With the old point we could plow v
deeper than the field had boon plowed.
Tho corn rows woro marked out one
way across tho strip of land plowed
deep. When wo mimn 1a l.n^lr n.?
corn, wo obtained ton bushels of wound
cars for one of soft on thi.s strip; but
on both sides, on the shallow plowing I
it was ono fourth soft. I think that I
during tho wet weather of .July and 1
August the deep plowing furnished
better drainage, drawing oil" the water
I.O !1 ll/'l.lli 'I'"" I
? .. "v|.vii( i uu 111 iif;ii wnior ci
i? uh injurious lo corn na too lit tin,? <'o
Pi^lmbly f.onio ono who heliovon in
nkimming the ground over, throo or
four inchcx doop, can oxplain i', uth- |(l
orwisc, Lot u3 iiorc from them. | Uu
A Model Firo Department
Thoeliiof engineer of tho Wilmington
tiro department ciuuo ovor to onr
town tho othor day, says Max Adolor,
upon a visit to tho chief oi our department,
whoso name is Jacobs; and
it struck Jacobs that it would be a |
first rato Idoa to show tho visitor j
how very officiont pur flip departmont
is. So Jacobs got an old tar
barrel and sot it upon tho roof of his
stablo, and touchod it off \Vitlva match
Whon it bogan to burn pretty freely
lw il t -? < ?
m guvvi mu nignm iuf U1U aiarm, remarking
at tho samo timo to tho WiU
"You'll seo that firo put out in about
four seconds by tho boys."
They waited four seconds for tho
boys, but they didn't como. Thoy
wailed fUtoon minutes; and still nobody
came. Jacobs was tin ions, and
as tliO barrel was burning vory near
tu niu rum, no soih .1 uoy arounu to
tlio nearest ?ngino liouso to nscortain
what was the matter. Whon the boy
came back ho said tho firemon woro
all out at a picnic excopting tho mombora
of llio Washy Hose, who had
gono over to Paucador to light a
couple of roosters.
l.liirt limn lliA l-nnf /\f (!>/%
? J - V..W K..V Ulllll
was on firo, and Jacobs was pretty
near crazy. Tho visitor wanted to
telograph over to Wilmington for his
department, but Jacobs allodgo that
he'd lot tho eternal oarth burn to
charcoal befoio he'd consont to such
a thing. Thon ho sent a man on a
iast norso lo bring Uio boys in from
that picnic, and by tho titno they
roaclicd tho ongino houso tho etablo
was in ashes, and Peter's stablo, noxt
door, had begun to .burn. So when
the engines arrived, Jacobs dircctcd
thom to play upon that, and then
thoy got to work; but after pumping
ior a wm 10 without getting any wator,
Jacobs was just about losing his senses,
when Air. McAllistor carno up and
mentioned that tlio supervisors had
let all tho water out of tho reservoir
so as to clean it. Then Jacobs sat
down to fan himself, and to try to decide
whether to commit snieiitn
lofcVC tljo country. And tlio Wilmington
man wont homo with the
idea, that lie hadn't much to learn
from Jacobs about extinguishing tires. ,
Scene in a Trim, Justice's Office.
?31 r. Orant.?Mornin Judge. I come
-mi jv uiruuiuHu\ncio 1 want you to doluridalo.
Judge.? Well, out with it.
Grant.?Well, <lo whole circumstance
oh do bisiniss am dis:* You seo>
Judge, in slabory tiino, 1 had treu wife
:>n tree plantation. i)ey got long herI'V
Woll lr?f*n/l/lnn *
j ...jjw.uvi j luiuii was apart
md I was well satisfaction, hut ninco
rebel timo deso 'dovised Htatuos' foteh
up all dose dorn nonsenso laws bout
man an wife, and I fino I aint got no
kvifo tall. I*8 no joetion to dat but jia
icros whar de shoe ]>inch, jin hero I
kvant your legal precision. Do fae is,
Fudge, 1 want's to jino do church. Do
joss lender say I can't como in unloss
[ get legally married. Now. kin I
jordin to law, married aii troo, or mus
I married but one? Ef you say but
>11o, and I 'tempt it. my 'spoctable
bulge, you bolior b'lovo dar will bo
Ic berry dobbil lis on dat 'cafiion in
Judjjo.? Mr. Grant, under the ciru
instances, 1 seriously advise you to
ub out all old scorcs and begin afresh. ,
iiarry ?'i new wife. i
Omni.?Dat'n my lian! J goon in for i
'on J udgo* all do lime. I tell you
vliilo folks in smart. WlmV dcj' cant
4'awttsli out, cullud folks no uso try
larsa quarter, Judge.?News and
M the marriage ot itti Alabama
ndowor, one of the servants was ask.
(I if his mnstcr would take a bridal
our. aJ)anno, Pah; when old ?nis~
us's alivo he took a ]>addle to her;
unno it ho will take a bridle to de
ow ono or not?
? ? ?
The proverb ku)'h, "Laugh and
row fat.'' What a saving of corn it
vould bo if'pigH could laugh.
PICKEHS COUNTY DIRECTORY." '
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ivent lives ami travels of Mad!
I" hunc L. J. VHLaSQUI:/, hi Iter?
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llUPi'uUD, 0" s. a. A 'iVuo Southern
Heroine. Kdited by WOHTIUNUTON;
late U. S. Navy.
MADAMK VKLASQUK'/,, tli.^guiscil as a
Confederate officer, part icipntcd in a number
of I lie hardest fought battles of the late war,
anil greatly distinguished herself by the extraordinarv
valor she dinnlnvmi ?i.?
^ k?"j vv\> mhv iiiau
distinguished hcrsplf us a
Bl'Y AN 1> SKCKKT SKllVK'K AORNT,
and on numerous occasions ran through tlie
Federal line* and obtained information
of vital importance to tlio Confederate commanders.
Obtaining admission behind the
t-'Cl'.NKH AT WASH I.\(iT()N#
she established confidential relations with
prominent Federal olheials; was concerned i
i lie great
j-.o.M) SWINDLE, '
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to the extent of millions ot' dollurs; was ac?
t ively engaged in blockndc-runing, and in
aUHSTlTUTINO AND BOUNTY I-'KAKDS,
by which the work of recruiting the Federal
armies was so seriously impeded; and was
the heroine of a number of exploits even more
intcrcslint^than those of the battle field. It
also < ntams a history of her Mining on the
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Nov. M, 187-1. !
V. ! :. IIOIi('()MItK. 15. A. CHILD <
A T'/'Oi; X/:Y,S' AT LA IV.
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Sept l'J b ly
! ' 1 "i in .
Souili Carolina Railroad.
B8T0N, 8. C., Doto. 18, 1875.
'^Onnilil* nft'W Sunday, Docombor 19, tho
Passenger Tiftlnsr on the South Carolina
Rujlroad will run fts follflwst
; FOU bbLUMBIA.
i (SumUys cxcoptcd.)
Xciiyo Charleston 0 lf> a in
Arrive at Columbia 6 00 p m
Ldnvo Chnrleaton 9 15 n tii
Arrive at Augu?Ui , 5 15pm
FOR CHAULBStpN. i
' (AtndiiyH cxcdpted.)
Louvd Coldrtibift 9 00 n m
Lonvo Augusta 9 00 ft 111
AvIiVo tit (JhnvlcstoU 4 45 p m
nmmini i micmit pvnnijl.h
vuu>x?.?i< H1UU1 lllll UliOO,
Lenv.d Oliutlcstori . i 9 15 p m
Arrive lit Columbia . 7 20 u rn
Leave (Viiilmiljia ' 7 00 p m
Arrive at Clinrleslon 0 '10 a m
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston 8 00 p m
Arrive at Augusta 7 -15 a n>
Leave Augusta 8 SO p m
Arrive ni ChnHeston 7 40 a m
Leave .Nuinmervillo at 7 30 a m
Arrive at Charlestpu 8 45 a ni
Leave Charleston .'5 15 p m
Arrive at Suminervillo 4 30 p in
Connects at Kingvillc daily [except Suns
witli Up and Down Day and Passenger
b'r.'UiiHl t i
I ) n v nn.t Mir.1.1 T
j * i?1111 o UUI1IIUUI Jll iVU|^U.il(V j
with Georgia: Railroad, iVac6n and Augusta '
Railroad and Central llailro.nl. 7'liis route
via Atlanta ia the quickest and most direct
route, and as comfortable and cheap as any
other route, to Montgomery, Solma, Mobile,
New Orleans, and nil other points Southwest.,
in 1 to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St.
Louis, and all other points West and Northwest.
Day Train connects at Columbia with tho
Through Train on Charlottee Koad (which
,v...vu . ? p. >u.j iui ?>i |ioims jvorui.
Night Train connects with Lo-ml Train
[which leaves Columbia at 8 a. ui.] for points
on Chariotlo Koad.
Laurens Railroad Train connects at Newberry
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Up Columbia Night Train connects closcly
with the Greenville and Columbia, ltailroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS, Superintendent.
S. H. I'ickk.s's, (J en oral Ticket Agent.
Greenville & Columbia R R.
cuanoi: of sciibdule,
Passenger trains run daily.Sundays excepted,
connecting with night trains on South
I'aitslina l.'ailroad up niul tlown. On and aft
or .Vouduy, Dccembor !the following will
1)0 the Schedule:
Leave Columbia at ~ "<> > '
Leave Al.st011 ul 0. lo a m
Leave Newberry nt 10.::.*, a ni
Leave < 'okeslMiry at _> 1,7 j, |n
Leave Helton at 3.f,() j, n,
Vrrivc at Greenville nt 5.25 p 111
Leave Greenville at 8.00 a m
I.vavo Helton at. 0.4(1 a 111
Leave ('oliesbiiry 11.20 a 111
w;nve Newberry at 2.10 n 111
Leave Alston at 4.20 p m
\rrive nt Columbia nt 5.06 p 111
? Conned ut Alston with Trains on the
<j> irctnhnvft ami Union Kailrond ; connect i:t
Colombia with Night Trains on the South Car
ilina llailroad ?ip anil down ; also with Trail :
tjoing North and South on the Charlotte, Cchimhia
and Augusta and I lie Wilmington. Cojuni;viLLii
Tram leave Abbeville at 11.15 a m., connect
mg with Down Train fr tin Greenville. Lea*
t'ukosbury at 2.1f> p in., connecting with I ]
I'rain from Columbia. Aecoinninrlni inn Trutr.
Moti'luys, Wednesdays and Fridays. Lcaji
Ookesbury at 11.15 n in., or on tho arrival c
i he Down Train from Greenville. Leave? Al
hevillc at 1 o'clock p. in., connecting with I i
Train front Cuto?.
A XL) Kit SON 15 KAN''II AND 7 LL'K 1UDGK
I.oavc Walliftlln at f>.00 a ni
heave I'erryville nt C.-l.r) a in
Leave I'cndlolon al 7.Ho a m
Leave Anderson at 8.115 a ni
A) rive at Helton at 9.20 a m
Leave J'.elton nt 3.50 p m
lionvo Anderson nt 4.50 p m
Leave l'ondlclon nt 5.50 p m
Leave l'crryvillo (5.85 p ii
Arrive sit WnlUnlla 7.15 pm
Accoiiiniiniiition Trains between Bcllonnml
'i* 1 .... -
..?m>:i mi. >'i? i m-niiiiyM, i mirsuays aiul Hiitur*
I lys, Leave I Sell 011 atO.fjO a in., or on arrival
of I)o\vn Train from Greenville. Leave
\mlerson ut 'J.<10 p hi,, connecting with Up
J a nt:/. Norton, Jr., General Ticket Agent
Atlanta & Richmond Air Line Railway.
I'ASSK.NIUill Til A I.N K AST WARD?I)A I I.Y.
Leave at Atlanta at 4 10 p in
Leave Toccoa City at 9 00 p in
Leave Westminster at 9 51 p ni
Leave Seneca City at 10 'J1 j> id
Ijcixvo Uonlnil at 10 A 7 p nt
l.ocvo Kasloy at 1 I 150 p ni
Leave Greenville as 12 12 a in
Leave Spartanburg at 141 a m
Arrive al Charlotto at 5 150 a m
pa8hksoku Tit A in WF.STWAUt*?daii.Y.
Leave Oltarlolto at 8 00 p m
,,cave .Spartanburg at 11 51 p m
Leave (Iroenvillo at 1 28 p in
Leavo liasloy at 1 61 a to
ijuiitu i.ciuiin in, '2, 28 n in
l.c&vo jjcncca City at 8 O'J a m
[.rave WHtmiiiHtcr nt 8 34 a m
Leave Tuccoa City at 3 34 a ni
\ilive at Atlanta at 1) 30 atin
Colon IhI.n, Iliiiig an(M ami
rn. _ .1 - . *mmr ' -
For ninp circulars, condensed lime (aides
nd general information in regard to trans,
lortation facilities lo all points in Tonnesseo,
Arkansas, Missouri, Minnesota, Colorado,
(ansas, Texas, Iowa, New Mexico, Utah and
/alifornin, apply lo or address Ai.hcut u
Vkknn, General T'migrant Agent, Uflice No.
: II. I. Kiintuit House, Atlanta, Ga.
No one tjhon'.d go West without first get- '
ing in con"" nication with (he General 1
'migrant Afccnt, mid liecoine informed as to 1
uiieriur advantages, cheap and quick transtort
nt'mn of families, household goods, stock.
mi Miming iniplemonlsi generally. '
All i it form at ion cheerfully given. '
W. L. DANIjKY,
ny!) Cm 0. 1'. &'J'. A. '
ix? ?jjl ii mi in 111?rgg >
n m\ A.o v wK'jjiajsMfiNTS
L i VI i\ \ r\ f\ I
METROPOLITAN NW Oft
lunajf st.j vuom Sixth 19 $[?y?f7yj?
JRXCJIM OJS/Dt j : u) VJMftWM*
ENGINES; ' ?
P ortable and Sta tioniary,
a 4 ? 1 _ ~
ouw nuns, uriBl IJOllOtSr, UllMtingS of
Hraaa nnd Iron, Forgings, &,e. ..j ,,n
A11 Clll TECTUHA IE IRON, 1 VQRlC, ?
In alt its brandies, done by oxpoiienQfcd hands
J Ml'ROVED FORT Alii* ENQtNp% for N
driving Cotton Gins, Threshing Machines,
Separators, Grist. Mills, &c. A nuififoer b'f
secondhand Engine# nnd lioilers y/\ various
patters, in first iate.order, on hand,(
Repair wOrk solioited an I 'promptly dort<5.
Wll 1.1 111 1 VI M II
?? m, li. Q&, \J\J,
Oct 14, 7 4iy' *
A LKCtflJItE T"
. \ >
TO YOUNG MEK; ?
Published, in a Scilcil Envelope* Pri?4
Six Cents. ,
A T.Anfncn /?" ll.o. fP 1 !l>'??
.. _v..?iv v,.. ?lv kuiiiiv, a i rumioui-, nnu
Radical euro of Seminal Weakness, on Speri
nmtori'htofl, induced by Self-Abu(so;* InVoluniarv
Emissions, Inipotcncy, NcrrpiiB Dos
biiily, and 1 irpediments to Marriage gen- It
crally; Consumption, Epilepsy, and. Fits;
Mental and Physical Incapacity, &<}.?Py
KOEEKT .T. CULYEllWELE, M. P?,author
of the 'Green Hook," &c.
The worbl-ronnlf nnd imllm- in
v..vl, ..VM IIMI IIVI I 111 IIIID WUUIJT
rnblc I.eel tiro, clearly proves from his own '
experience that the n^vful consequences of
Self-Abuse may bo effectually removed with-'
out medicine, and without dangerous eurgieal
operations, bougies, instruments, rings, Or
cordials; pointing out a mode of cure at once
ccrtnin and.effectual, by which every suffeflrtf,
no matter wlmt liis condition may be, W?y
cure himself cheaply; privntolyand radically.^
&&" ti, is Lecturo will prove a boon to
thousands and thousands. Sent, under seal, in
a plain envelope, to any address, on' MCelpl
of six cents, or two postugo stamps. }
Address the Publishers.
I<\ BRUGMAN & SON,
41 Ann St., Wow York; Post Oflicc Box,458<J.
I :ui 1 :s, 1 S7?i 19
I tnkc lliis method of informing my friends
that I will bo found in my office on each *
SATURDAY, for (he purpose of Iransacting
any business Unit comes under my jurisdiction.
As niV lllltir>? nQ i ?!?1 **
. viiuui v.Kiiiiniosioiier rriu
compel ine lo lie absent in dilfcrenl'porti! of
the county, 1 mnko this special nppoiutmeut
for i lie buiefit of nil concerncd.
It. A. P>0\VEN,
no25 ly ^cool Commissioner
AN OUTFIT FREE.
\\r K wnnl some one in every county to
YY tnke orders nnd ilelivcr good* for th?
?M .....11..t " " ? "
B v. i>. iiouse. i,arge e?th
wages. Splendid cliancc in every neighborhood
lor the right person of either sex, young ^
or phi. .Samples, IVcc and post paid. Send
For it nl otu'o and nuihc money at your liomea.
Address. II. J. HALL & (JO. IS N. Howard
Street, llal.simorc, J/d
Oct 1875 8 3m
l.irfiw? ami 8eln *
auMjj ttubi um yi/ftyiyiii
I'nrtics desiring to hire convcyanco to g
lMckcns Court IIousc, Table Hock and other
points, cnn l>e Accommodated at my Siuulvs,
at all lioura of tho day and nicrht. Pur
" " I
qLasers can also he supplied with Hood Stock
fci/" Kcgulnr Mail Line to I'ickcna Courlr
house daily. (Sundays excepted.) ^
U It'll BY & W Y ATT.
1'atdcy Station, .S. 0'., Aug, .*1, 1875.
no 19-1 y
TO tfcOH Pcr llny ! Agents wanted.
<pU All classcs of working pco*
plo, of either sox, young or old, mnkc moro
money ni work for us in I heir Bpave mo?i
monts, or nil the lime, ihon at anything elsoj
P;\rtirnlnr? free. Address U. y'l'INfcJON &CO.
Butler & McBee,
illimIVEYS AND COUNSELLOR f
AT LAW AND IN EQUITY
SSiESiWfllLllaB, S. ?,
W IIX PRACTICE IN Til E COURTS Of
THE STATE AND OF THE UNITED .
*"> 1 A 1 J'?h. ^
Sent *28 10 i#
Absolute divorckb obtained*
. from Courts of different States for
Bcrtion, kc. No publicity required. No
cburgu until divorce granted, Address,
M. HOUSE, Attornoy, %
<10 Cm 101 Broadway, n. V.
KOIlTOar ?fc SIA(400?,
A T T O K NB Y S AT; LAW
rr? u <7V n/ kvi ** >*
jruj&iKiiaiiy? ?u ?
1 XT ILL givo thoir attention to -the Praotloc
VV and to the Collection of Pension*,
Bounty Land and nil other Claims. ^
J.J. NORTON, J. H. H AO GOD, (
Walhalla, 8. 0, Pickeuu, 8, C.
July 27th 1871. 1 tf?
111*. It. J. <<J111I1AIK<1
HAVING relumed mul pcrnuuiontly located
fit l'ickcnMvUlc, renjipctfully oflfjra
lis Professional scrviccs to t lie citizen* of that
.ioinity and Hurroimdihg country. Charges
Muy 0 41
rn ma Eig SPSS
Pui(l> "Dels. Address
Tho Sun/' N. V.
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