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WANT YOUR TRADE !
We are n&w occupying two rooms, which enables us to
?&Q-?? Goods in large quantities. We want your trade be*
cause we eau give you value received for every dollar's
-werth yea buy from us. Below we give prices on a few ar
which is in keeping with goods throughout our Store :
Beat Patent Flour..,8* 60
Beet Half Patent Flour. 4 60
Hog Flour (sound and sweet). 3 50
Winter Gracing Oats. 60
R. R. P. Oats. 55
Beat Green Coffee, 7 lbs. 1 00
White Fish, per Kit. 65
Mackerel, per Kit.. 1 10
Wo bandle everything for man and beast, and think you
szill ??fe? to trade with uo.
X. &. McGEE. 204 South Hain St W. A.. POWER.
TO LOOK FOR
THE BEST WEARERS
- AT THE -
Do not buy ah op-worn Shoes at any price, when you can get
Kew, Fresh and XJp-to-Date Shoes at the very leael money Shoes
caa be sold. We sell only "Solid Leather Shoes," no matter how
little the price.
Wo have a very strong line of BOYS and CHILDREN'S
SHOES, ?and we ar? proud to state that we hoid and control the
Largest Shoe Trade in the City and County of Anderson. We
not only sell but know how to fit the most lender feet, and there
fore we appeal to you who never tried us. Come and try us, as
we surely know how to please you. There are so many people
"baying two or three times a season Shoes for himself and ohildren '
ats b?rgain.w Well, that U expensive-a very poor "saving
Shin." Makeup your mind: Buy your Shoes in Shoe Stores,
baie and try UB-we can convince you.
Agents for Lewis A. Crossett, Flonheim Co., Boyden Shoe
GOL, ForbuahCushion Shoe, Knapendorf, Dittmern & Co., E. P.
Seed & Co., Harrisburg Shoe Cfo.
THE BOSTON SHOE STORE
MABTIN SEUGMAN, Proprietor,
two doors from l'armera and Merchant* Bank..
GL BROWN, Pres. and Tresa. | B. F. M AU LD IN, Vice President
A. 8. FA RM EB, Secretary.
The Anderson Real Estate
and Investment Co.,
--BUYsTOB ABD BBLLUsS OF -
MEAL ESTATE STOCKS & BONDS.
J. C. 0??MmW8S, Sales Dep't.
Oar facilities for handling your property are perfect, as
*??. larg? advertisers all over the country. Bight now
we axe flawing considerable inquiry for farms in this and ad
cferfjiff Counties, and owners of farm lands in the Piedmont
ssrttan wno wish to dispose of their property; will And that
weare in Biprjsttlon to make quick and satisfactory sales.
Wow. is the time to list your property with us, and we
^Dtps-rnKSBst^f oncoto giye attention to all properties en*
treated to us. ; . -
Address ali oewmnnicatlons to J, C. Cummings, Sales
SJffill IIB. HTHE t iffRHIEIT CliHIT.
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1PHJ <aa Siave ono by purchasing one of.oht'Jri?^
?fe ?sjaa o&er Musical Instrument. If you hats no timo or opportumtty to
J^to Bteco^e will enable you to have a HptfE CONCERT bf Mun*
THE Gr A. BEBB mDBm^^^ ^
Career of T1 wo of ?i
Washington, Ootober 25.-It may
be that the President's Southern
blood bas something to do with the
cordiality and enthusiasm with which
he is being received io tho cities of
the South. He is resting at St. Au
gustine today, after having reoeived
splendid receptions last week at Rieh*
mond, Raleigh, Charlotte, Atlanta,
Jacksonville and other poiots. The
fact that thc President has aa much
Southern aa Northern blood in hie
veine ie soaroely realized by the aver*
ago oitizeo, yet such it the ease.
While hie father was a Northern man,
hie mother was a Georgian, and the
boure which the President spent at
the old homo et Kcswell, Friday, re
vived tendei: memories of the gentle
?oman who waa his mother, and must
have appealed to bio nature more
etroogly than any other inoident of
the trip. *
President Roosevelt told a delega
tion from Nashville which oalled at
the White House reoently to invite
him to vioit their city on his Sonthern
trip, that the men of this oountry
who woro olosest to bis heart were
those who had worn the blue ic the
great oonfiict between the States, and
that those who had worn the gray
came next. Po has demonstrated his
sinoere love for the Confederate sol
dier by appointing many of them to
office, some of thom not even of his
political faith. A son of Gen. Jeb
Stuart, the celebrated Confederate
cavalryman, was made postmaster at
Charlottesville; Thomas Jonathan
Jackson Christian, a gr?a dann of
Stonewall Jackson, has beer, appointed
to West Point, the President saying
when he made the appointment that
he wanted a Stonewall Jaokson in the
Amerioan army. These are only ?\
few of the appointments whioh the
President has made to show that so
far as he is ooneerned war is over.
I indeeu, he han BO?TF? ?D many, ways
that the Confederate reocrd a man has
may be a valuable asset, when a can*
didate for an appointment. And,
strange to say, there is no voice of
pr?i?Bt raised at the North.
An uncle of President Roosevelt
had the distinction of having fought
against tho United j?tates many
months after the pn-rendor of Goa.
Lee, and the susp?. n of hostilities.
This same undo, T .ue Bullooh, pull?
ed the lanyard that discharged the
last gun that was fired from the gan
, deck of the Alabama, aa she went
down in the haroor of Cherbourg?
Another uncle of the mother of the
President, Commander James D. Bal
loot} was the maa who got the ?j Ala
bama afloat, and also started tho Shen
andoah oa her memorable craies that
resulted in the destruction of mil
lions of doliera worth of Federal ship
ping.'? -??:-}..?' : ? .' ?"-.?-'? j.*. I
The ?ole aumvioa o$sor ?? the
Shenandoah ie Capt. W. Qi Whittle,
woe waa tu? esooutivo oQcor, Mee
Balloon waa her eortiog master. Cap).
Whittle accompanied a ieUgatiea,
from Norfolk, Ta,, te aka White
Hoaae seas SSOB?QB ago, tb invite Ike
Fr98i4en? to yieit. the eity. He te?]
eidoa there. Ho se a atesoraste of
Admirai Dewey, aad though the ?a?
[longht with Farragut and the ether j
I with Ike Confederacy, they are fait
friends to thia date. The late Gea.
Fi tah ugh Loo introduced Capt* Whit
tie aa a Saan nuu nan ugutiu; so
eltiient of the Uaited States elsi
months af ter Gen. Lee surrendered."
The in west of the President ?as
aronsed and f atrher Increased when
Gen. Lee added that Irvine Belioek,
aa uncle of the President, was kelping
The President at onoe wanted to;
hoar the story, and Capt. Whittle | in
moat modest language, told it, relat
ing the ox pe ri coco a of the celohi-ated
voyage of the Shenandoah? a vessel
which had oireumo avigatcd the glob a ]
in seareh of Federal merchantmen,
destroying property worth; $10,000,?
OOO,.stack her nose in the polar ice,
fieW the Sag of the Confederacy for
months after it ceased io represent
.aught hut a sentiment, and then sar*
.rendered to the English Government.
Capt. Whittle, aaiaa who ja aamed?st
aa he was braye, romarkod that Irvine
Bullooh waa almost tho bravest maa
he had ever known, and concluded by
saying that he now has a pistol given
him hy Bnlleeh.. : ; > ' ", * ' '
Tho President intimated ae strong
ly as he oould that he would like to
h?ve ?hal p'_**/>l; htt? iha ftld R?UOT
i g*re kita te'naderstani thai?
net pa?rtwith-even;;:te; give it w
fore jthe> President woal? ailewj the
old gentleman te leave,'keeping bim
tsikM ? ahoat
i fig (he private history of thc Ballooh
brothers. They were boro.on * Geor
gi* farm. Their lives were the lives
of the average soo of a Southern gen*
tlemaoo Irvine early wont to sea, and
James also decided to woo old Nep
tune. He enturod the navy after hav
ing graduated at Annapolis. When
the Civil war broke out they both en
libvod in the Confederate wag ?e.
James went to Europa as ths repre
sentative of the Confederate navy,
charged with the duty cf purchasing
or having built vessels for the Con
The Florida, Alabama and Shenan
doah were put afloat through his tire
less work. It waa no mean achieve
ment to launch and put in commission
a Confederate vessel in foreign waters.
The eet wa? in violation of the lews of
neutrality, and the men who wer? en?
gaged io it were watched by the apie s
of the oountry in which they were
working, aa well as by the Federal
seoret oorvioo. There was great lax
ity on the patt of the British Govern
ment couoerniDg the building of tho
Alabama and that vessel, which was
being constructed by the Lairds, on
the Morney, was tc he sent against the
Federal navy, which was a matter of
common knowledge. Bepeated pro
tests against this violation of neu
trality were made by the Federal Gov
ernment, but they did not avail, and
the completed vessel steamed down
the Mersey Jr.ly 29, 1862, foilowod
by fsst thiuD^s of people, many of
them waving Confederate flags and
wishing her a successful omise.
The Alabama which was known as
.'No. 250," while on tho ways, com
pleted her fittings at Moelfro Bay,
and then sailed for the A?ores. Here
sh o was boarded by Admiral Sommes
and hie officers, ber armament and
munition of war were taken aboard,
from off the Saglish vessel that had
brought thss hither, and the Stars
and- Bars were flung to the br?ese
from her mast. Admiral Se&ames
made a speeoh telling the orew that
he wanted them to enlist in the Con
federate navy. Eighty cf the mon
who had manned tho vessel from Eng
land took the oath. Irvine Bullooh
was the navigator. In the course of
twenty-one months the Alabama had
destroyed $4,000,000 worth of Federal
shipping, more than had ever been de
stroyed by alingie vessel in the history
of naval warfare. As a result of
British indifference to thc construc
tion of the Alabama, that *: crament
had to pay the United States $15,509,
OOO damages af ter the war.
Qa Sunday, Juno 19, 1865, the Ala
bama was lying in tho harbor of Choy?
boure, Franco, So great was her repu
tation that thousands flocked te see
this dariel fighter. . The railroads
??Q excursions io bring the people.
She'hed'drives 4si?|s*5_?M?m?ig of
the .seat; fend her fame''?aa world*
wide. Oulftido the natas;.harbor lay
the United States #ar ship, the Ksar*
sage, comtaaoded hy Oap*. John A.
Wisalow. H? :'wat e ehaUenge le
Sesames to eomiroutaide Uli.'- harbor !
sad fight. ; 8*mmes hid ordsr? to
* avoid ' a ?ghl 'wi^i ? - war wessel, - hui j
hin love for o scrap wasioe strong to
de-alias, oo ho excepted. Be always
said efterward'; thai. had ; ho feoown
that the sidos cf tho Kearsargc wars
pretested by iron obeloe ho would not
hate accepted i tho gege of .battle, ;
When he steamsd out of tho harbor jto
accept thu proffered fighk ne was fel
lewed by the ? Bserho?od, a yaeht
owned Hby Mr, John Lancaster, an j
Segliah gentleman, who had his wife
and sons aboard. V They wanted"
the fight. The. urtsfc gua was fired at j
10.57 o'clock, and exactly at ti JOG the
Alabama hauled dowe heir dolors, hat
not celia firing until soventeeu m?i
ates later. A shell had atrUok tl
a tero po et of ths Ke&r?arg?,* aad fails
to'- exploded Had i ii a^oj?edv: the;
story- mlgbt he vastly: difterei^f 'The
last ?an fired^^e^Alabama -|f'
discharged byBullocb when th& ship
waa rapidly siafc?ng? '''t ., '\
;? Whee the?>?e
^*?t.dewB, ;she ran to the, spot, and
ted! fotttteea of tho orneare of the
Alabama tad some twenty of tho crew,
?he set tijl for England and'lande "
them *t Sor.thssr4^ ^ho Des
Jsemifels*-: sines been .made a
wsseel^ersel^ and i^a>^e>?Bt^a?
she Bevy of Sae Dominga
. Irving Bullooh spent several mecthe
jmMk ;i^:h?th?^ie^linidand^ whew** j
\si 'irssM? '?u^:e?mmiss??^;
ie ? task' teri dimwit of aaoom*
for the Bombay trado, for Bulloch. j
She was speedy and capable of being
converted into a man-of-war. A
smaller VOBBCI, the Laurel, was bought
as a tender for tho Soa King. The
vesael was ballasted with coal and
cleared for Bombay, the eaptaio car
i rying in his pocket a power of attor*
! ney to sell the vessel. The Sea King
? suiled about the first of Ootober. On
the night of the 8th of that month
the Laurel dropped down tho river
loaded with passengers and armament,
tho passengers being the oSioore in?
tended for tho cruiser. *
They had soeoeeded in outwitting
those watching ont for them, and
when the Bay of Funohal was reached
tho cargo and passengers of the Lau
rel were transferred to the Sea King,
which Capt. James L. Waddell, who
was to command her, rechristened the
Shenandoah. On being told ot Vine
nature of the service they were de?
sired to undertake, only twenty-three
consented to take the oath of enlist
ment ie the Confederate nuvy. Sev
rai of the officers were doubtful if it
was advisable to set out under these
oiroamstanees, but Irvine Bulloch
was for going to sea. He told of how
the Alabama had always been ebie to
get new enlistments from captured
prises. This view prevailed, and
October 20, 1864, the Shenandoah
shipped anchor for the Indian,Ocean,
by way of the Cape of Good Hope.
The Shenandoah was commended bj
Capt. James L. Waddell, of Korti
Carolina, who had served in the oh
navy for several years. His exeoutiv
officer was Capt. W. C, Whittle, men
tioned abovo. His lieutenants, wer
S. C. Orimball, of South Carolina
Sidney Smith Lee, ot Virginia, nep
hew of Robert E. Lee, and D. Mino
Scales, of Mississippi. The sailin
master, ns the navigating officer wa
known in those days, was Irvine Bu!
lpoh. How well he filled the pooitio
the career of the cruiser, testifies.
On January 23,1865, the Sbenat
ooah reached Melbourne, after bavin
I destroyed eight Federal meroh?ntmei
No less than fourteen enlistment
I were secured from oaptured vessel
Incidentally it may be mentione
that they never thereafter needo
? men for their crow. .
After repairing and overhauling tl
Shenandoah sailed away for the Arotl
On May 21- fifty-one days after tl
surrender of Gen* Lee, nhs enter:
the Okhotsk Sea. She was jammed
the iee several times, abd the ore
suffered intensely. A whaler w
oaptured and one of her crew ma
pilot. After that all went smoothl
and the ship was. soon in Behrii
Sta, where she reached a rieh harv?
pf American whalers, capturing thc
at the rate of four a day. The vessi
"were either burned or ransomed.;
The ??t prise - taken by the vest
was on the 28th of June. There v
total ignorance aboard as to the pr?
res? of the war. Of eourae there *
great desire to know the sews, and
tho vessel '? otoo i to . tho:; South' |f?|
hope of gstting ia tOG'oh 'with veee
Measmhilo, Commander Btfloeh,
London, waa io greal-distress o? to
<r?^ end the i
Mi*- 'There wee oe means of comme
cation, and ao way of aaesrtainiaf
flag el hoy peajt se la&ger, se the s!
ead bara ?eased te repreeeet eey
nore skae the tilk ?hei vee ia ia.
desidei te seed a . softe to Wad
through tho British - foreign erac?,
st wee ?ever delivered; S#p|
After eaiUeg to tue aoeth ?er i
ere! dey? the aaeaeadoea ' ?!g1.u<
Brifcish bark, overtook hst, stol
officer aboard he? und learned t
four ?oath? bsforo* Leo had eur
dared* end thai Jefferson Bavii wa
prisoner, anet that ..the. authosits
the United Stetes was palara!
from the Bie Grande te th? Pete*
Tho seriousness of tho po&itioi
which the crew was placed wa* at (
^parent. They w?e pirates in
e^eaeVthat they were; in arms os
.<Mgb seas, ' withoutfijia* the fl?
es> natioa. After a consultatio
the o?eeri it wee deeide^ ^ lowe:
guns ic the holoV^ The porte
closed i ?jeli^
theV etere eUd ^ tekea ^frpm
mactheed. The vessel looked re,
no?enfe merohantman agaiaV
t?Ii^rp^t and there
tcv it>e^tit?sb:^ov??nmeu kV A i
lookout ^aa kept to prevent her
ging amuck of.aa^ Amerioau War'
#0$^0>?t 16, &o Sh;
doah dropped anchor in Xiiverpoo
bor. Gloae ' to her ?T*&?wM
Wfat?? :^here. Was. awtfe,:&t&'&
jleg -e; report?te, the
meet ead thea those of th*- $m
I? traee?? ties* mea iud a*.: th
ie ??s???d ?or sota? tr??ia, and ti
^elt?^i' w^ Ve?^??;
Stri?e; of the Q?^tit?'ff?.
year*, . ' v " . ' . . ^
Mrs. Roosevelt bes also been dead
for vanny years. She waa so muob
tho wife and mother that very little
is known of ber life save the bare ont*
lines. That-she was devoted to the
cauco of the South is well known. She
was in Philadelphia cn one occasion
during the war, and while those
around her were flying the Federal
flag she flung a little silk banner to
the brceso. From thia little incident
it is easy1 to iufer where her sOn got
that foll measure of courage and in*
dependence whiob makes him famous.
-News ana Courier.
- A mao baa to be a very slow
traveler for his income ever to catch
up with him.
- Every girl would like a ron away
match if it were not for the wedding
- It pussies a. man a good deal to
come Home lats at night and try to
set back a cloak that has stopped.
-Some men have suoh . bad look
*,hat if they get a railroad pasa 'they
are sure to gat killed in a smash-up.
- What mortifies the tether of the
tenth child ia to think how gay he felt
at the time of the first.
Judes of Prelate's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUKTY OF ANDCK30W.
Court of Common Pleas. : -
Joseph N.Brown, Plaintiff, against W.'
IJ. Davis, C. P. Davin, B. B. Davis, S.
O. George, aa assignee.J. J. Frotwell,
aa survivor, Augustus J. Bitten, ea sur
vivor, J. J. Frstweil and Mrs. S J.
Peoples, aa Surviving. Executors as aa-.
gt on Aga. JT. ; Jt PmtWAll tn Ma ot?n
.right, Llgon and ?edbetter and B. M.
. Bornas, Defendants.
Poranant to tba order of sale granted
herein, I will soil on Saleaday in Novem
ber next, (1905), In front of Mig Court
House, in the City of Anderson, S. C.?
during the usuel hoare of sale, the Beal
Estate described aa follows, to-wit: '
Ail .thatkcertain Tract, or Parcel of
Land, containing two hundred and sev
enty acres, more or less, situate lathe
County of Anderson, la eald State, on
Pea Crook, waters of Becky Bivor.
Also that certain other Tract of Land,
containing twenty-six ecres.in said Coun
ty andtStato, on Pea Creek, on wateroof
Hooky River-the above described Land
will bo sold in three Tracts as follows,
1. Tract No. i, containing one hun
dred acres, more or lesa.
2. Tract No. 2, containing - one hun
dred acres, moro or le??.
/ 8. Tract Nc. 8, containing ninsty-alx
acres, more or loss, fa per plats of same
made by W/H. Shearer, surveyor, Sept.x
20th, 1905r and flied in thia ofilce.
4. All that other certain Tract cf Land
containing fifty-seven acres,: more o?
lana, situate A4 said Conn tv and .State, ad
loinlpg Landa of Moor*?. Chamblees and
others, being aame conveyed to aaldW. L.
Davis by Wm. MeGukin, Sheriff, dated
8th January, 1874, recorded in Book NN.
Pages496 497. . . " ; . V- >:.s':"
. 5. Also, all that certain Tract of L*nd,
con tai ni on: sixty-six (68). acre?, mor? or
leas, in enid County abd State, on Threo
and Twenty Creek, adjoining lands cf
Mr. Bolt, Mr, C. W. watt sod others.?
bein* tbesame conveyed to W. L. Davis,
bv Y3m. MoGukln, Sheriff, as part o?
\V. B. Scott's Landa, or whlok X, the said
W. L. Davis, have been in possession
6.: Also, all that other Tract of Land,
Judge of Probate's Sa?e*
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Const* OF ASU>K??OF.
lit th? (hurt of Common Pleas. . ? s
W. L. Dean. J, M. Dean, Mn. Ignora P*
McCown, Mrs. Amy Dean Howell,
Lamer E. Dean and Afra. Annie Dean
Allen, Plaintiffs, against Harold G.
Deas, a minor under 14 'gear* of age,,
M re. Biella E. Doon and John T.. Me*
Cown and Luther E. Dean, aa ad minis
tra tora of too estate of lt. B, Dean, 4a*
oeaaed, Defiandante.-Partition, ate.
Purauaat to t?e order of court li th?
above a tated ease, I will cell at publie
outcry to ito highest bidder on dsiesday J
in Ko vosa ber, next, lu ?ont of tho Court
-House at Ande woo, 8. C., newena th?
tuna! hours of ?ale, the following da* ,
Kenned Lands, all situate ia Anderson
County *j. o., tc-mt ; . .
First. Tract Ko. 2, ot tba W. L. Dean
Lwiu?, coate! meg Ki aeres, moro or lesa,
on the weat sid? of Tipplns Hoad, and on?
wai?? of Geaeroiteo wreak, adjoining
landa of ?&tx, Queen Hall, Traes Ko, 1 of
the W.*L. Dtwa Lauds, Green Janhine,
Lewis JBoif ?nd A. Martlft J5ottu
Second. Tract Ko. 1, of tb? W. L. Dean,
fca?4a. iyji&onvth.o<?msM*?* Tapi?e
mSfi? o? branches of Geasrosts? Grok,
l? CeaterviU? Towee?dp, containing im
.ere*, a or? or leas, adjoining Hrs. Queen
Mall, Jso. A. soit, J. B. Handers, Groda
Jan kino and Tract Wo. 2.
Third. W. Ju F Dean Tract, kc?wa ea
Tract Ko. J., or%he old home place, alto*
ate in Var?anos Township, and on
Mountain Creek, waters of Geaoroetee
Cr??L\ containing SM seres, mere or loas,
ad j olai DPS lands of G. B. Thompson,
Tracts Ko?. % 3 and 4 of the old bom?
place of R. B. Dean, deceased* 6, C. Dean,
A. A D?as and Luther E. Dean.
Fourth, Tract No. 2, of the old hom?
place, containing GO wies, mox? or leas,
on Mountain Creek, waters of Gs&crostco
Crosk, adJoiQlug the W. A. Dean Tract,
Tract Ko. 8, of A. B. Dean, deceased, L.
A. Dean and 9. C. Dean, v
Fifth. Tract No. 3, of th? Old homo
place, containing 102 acres, more or less,
bounded by h. u. Dean, Tract No, 2,
Mountain Creek intervening, and Tract -
8 ist h. Tract No, 4, of th? old hom?
place, containing 1S4 acres, more or lass,
bounded by ianda of J, F. Watson, Tract
Ko. 3,. Tract No. l, Mountain Creek in
tarv?alri2. and W. H. Glenn. .
Seventh, Trans No. 5, known aa the
Crow place, containing 2d sores, more or
less, adjoining Laads of Jno. W. Brown,
Jao. Gentry et ?1- and lying on branches
of Generos?as Greek.
Eighth. Tract No. 1, of the Tribble
place, containing 201-lOaerea, moro or
lesa, lying on the east side ci. the Gea- v
erara Road, two rallee sou th of Anderson
Court HOuse, bounded by lands of Mrs..
Mollie C. Skelton, Tract No 2, of the;
Tribble Lands, and R F. Hall and S. E.
Moore. . <Vvjfr
Ninth. Traofe No. 2, of the Tribble
Ladds, altuate on the east aide of tbs
General's road, two miles south of A.a
d*rson, containing 51 acres, more or less,
bounded by Tract NO. I and Tract Nc. 8,
of th? Tri b b io Linds, J. Fr Watson and
HTII and Moore? ' m '-J?
&ntb. -Trafa No 3, of tho Tribble
Lands, lying on the east side Of the Gen
eral's Road, 2* miles south of Anderson,
containing 64* acres, more or lees, boun
dad by Tract No. 2, J. F. Wataoa, J. F.
Fant and Hall and Moore. ; " _
PUts ar? on exhibition at my o?loe.
Terms of Sa?e--Gu0-hR?f <5??a, > balance
on ? credit of twelve months, td be
?xrared^v a bond of the purchasers, and
? mortgage ot;th? pret??sea, with leave
to pay all oasbc ? . .
Purchaasra to pay extra for all necea?
Jud go t? Probate as Gp?olol Referee.
STATIS OF SOUm OAROLTN?;
ANDBBSOK Cotg^rxr. .
L.Au EarV, g^n^?Vttsi'j! E^Karle,
? .:^Lasra Bniklev. nee-Earle. John T!
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\ STATE OF SOUTH' CABOLXKA,
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ber ne?, ta front of the Con rt House, in
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