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This ruorni g I got up cross as a bear.
I felt as rough and tingly as a ohesuut
bur. I was all out of sorts, and it seem
ed to tue it would be a pleasure to s ?ap
off anybody who spuke to tno as short 8?
tfost likely I would It are done so and
set the whole household by the ccrs^for
thcrest of the day, but that I have had
lcarnta%yNsxp^ieuoj the best way to
"Now," thought I, "my lost plan is
not to influence the whol* fa'iily, but to
remain neutral, nod lot them influcucc
Accordingly, I tiied to coutrol myself
a little and await events.
Well, the two older children got up
merry and as cheerful as crickets; i.apn
was in a pretty good humor; and the
baby waa sat in her high chair aud dis
played all her little airs and graces, and
her nowest funny little capers, and we
must nil look and admire; and so, by
tho time breakfast was over, I was laugh
iog and suiiliug as cheerfully as the rest
and passed a pretty comfortublo .day
after ^riX ?
Ai.d as I was thinking of it this even
ing, I thought how -easily a little fritting
might havo upset the whole family and
spoiled the day.
Now, fretting is both useless and an?
necessary; it docs no good aud a great
deal or harm; yet it is almost a uuiver
wal sin. More or less, wc aiC all given
We fret over almost everything. Iu
summer bcoause it is is loo hot, aud in
winter becnuse it is too cold: we frat
when it rains becnuse it is dry; wie j
we arc sick, or when anybody else is
In short, if anything or everything
doesn't go just to suit our particular
whims and fancies, we have one grand
general refuge?to fret over it.
I agtafdraid fretting is much more
common among women than among
men We may as well own to the truth
my fair sisters, if it isn't altogether picas
ant. Perhaps it is because tho little
worries and cares and vexations of out
daily life harrass our sensitive nerves
more than the more extended, enterprise
which generally take the uttention of
men. ssjGreat wants develop great re
sources.'but little wants'and worries arc
hardly provided for and like the nail
which strikes against the saw they make
not much of a mark, but they turn the
ed^es terribly. I think if wo looked
upon all tho little worries of one day a?
great united worry, self-control to uiecr
it would be developed. Hut as they
generally ctino only one or two little
tbinga tff a'ttmej thcy seem so vory little
that we giv6 way; and the breach once
made in the-wall soon grows larger.
I knot? that many a mother has turn
ed her sou against her own, sex, and
made him dread and dislike the society
of women by her examplo constautly .?et
I know that many a mother bus
brought up and developed a daughter
just like herself, who, in bur turn would
?wreck the ruin the comfort of another
And knowing all this, my sisters?
nnd brothers, too, if they need it?1
know that we ought to set our face like
a flint against this useless, sinful pence -
destroying and borne disturbing habit of
efffceV taliM of advertising, while it is
beginning to be understood by the com
mercial public, is not yet half appracia
ted. Nearly every great reputation
runs parallel to its general notoriety,
and it has passed i"to a proverb that
the more a man is abused the better bis
chances for preferment are, for he be
comes a prominent man at once. A
merchant establishes himself in a city
with a large stuck of good and secures
a certain amount of trade, constant, and,
'perhaps, remunerative; but some day
an auctioneer with a poorer stock sets
np by his side, with his bell aud rod
fiajpan -sjlioa heralds his advent with a
sensational notice, and follows it up
with a vast amount of enorgetio **ohio
iog," and sells more goods, at a larger
profit, iu one night than the merchant
does d'j? a wcok. ?Thts, of course, is an
crs^t^ated aasa, bat it illustrates the
fact thst advertising returns tenfold its
cost, and is really the sooret of success
in trade. The great competition which
now exists in uearly every brauch of
trade makes it necessary to specially
attract the atteutiou of the public in
order* to secure more than a small share
of its patronage.'
TUB SCKBKNDEB OF U EN. IJEfS,
AT APPOMATTX C. H., VA,,
APBIL ?TH 1885.
AMAOIflPlCIPNT 14x 18 in?h knora
v* ing of t'. j surrender of Oen. Lea. beauti
ful oolored. Engraved in tho highest style
of the art and printed on heavy plate paper,
It is truly a gem of art, one which should
hang in the parlor of every Southern hoase.
Sent by mail, mounted on a roller and post
paid, on receipt oj 20 oeote, es % for 60 sent.
Aftnta Wanted- Address.
J. C, h W. M. BURROW,
Rafalofnes of Plelures, Books, V. seat
feb 8 4?
*o? runmxti tiik tiLouu.
The reputation title ex
cellent medicine enjoys,
is derived from its eure?,
many of which are truly
eatics of Scrofulous
ease, where the era
seemed saturated' '
corruption, have been
?111 -ill* d nod cured by it.
rrofitloiis affcclione and
f;ravatcd by the acrofu
ous contamination until
thoy wcro painfully af?lctJug, hare been radically
cured In such grea't number* In almost every sec
tion of tho eottntrv, that the public scarcely need
to lie iutbrmcd of ita virtues or uses.
SciofuloiM poison Is one of the moat destruc
tive enemies of our race. Often. Ulis unseen and
imfelt truant of the orxnnism undermines Uiccoa
btitiition, ami invites U10 attack of enfeebling or fa
tal diseases, without exciting a suspicion of its
presence. Again, It soctns to breed infection
throughout the body, and then, on some fa vorn hie
occasion, rapidly develop into 0110 or other of Its
hideous forms, cither on the surface or among the
vitals. In Uiu latter, tubercles maybe suddenly
deposited in the lungs or heart, or tumors formed
in the liver, or It shows its presence by eruptions
on tho skin, or foul ulccrations on some part of
the body. Hence the occasional nso of a bottle
of this ttar?aparllla is advisable, oven when no
active symptoms of disease appear. Persons af
flicted with tho following complninta generally
find immediate relief, nml, at length, cure, by the
use of this SA USA I'A I; I 1 I A : St. Ant ho
?if/'* Fire. Rase or iCrtfipclan, Tetter, Salt
Jtheunt, Seald I tend, Jtingtcornt, Sore Kyei,
Sore Kar?, and other oruptiou* or visible forma
?f Scrofulous disease. Also In tho more con
ceiled forms, as Itj/snepsia, Dropop, Ilearl
7; jKijr, 1 its. Jf-pflepnft, Keuralula, aiM?
the various Ulcerous nffcctlon* of the musoub.?
and nervous system*.
Syphilis or Venereal and Mercurial 7>ts
en.tr.t :ti e Clirctl by It. though a long time is re
quired for subduing these obstinate innlartles hy
any medicine. Hut long-continued mo of this
ineiheine u j)| cure the complaint. J.tncorrliirat
or IThltr*. t'terlne Ulrcrntlons. and Ueninlc
Disease*, ere commonly soon relieved and ulti
mately cured by its purifying nnd invigorating
eiieet. Minute directions for each cttsc nie found
in onr Almanac, supplied gratis. Itttrumatiri**
and nout, when caused by aerimiulaiions of ex
traneous matters in Ihn blood, yield quickly to it,
asitlfo hirer f'ontplaints. Torpidity. CoNtyrf
Nom or I nflaninintliin of the hirer, tmd Jaun
ttlrr, when arising, as they often do, from tlie
rankling poisons in tho blood. This SAJiSA
P.1 IIIt.h.l Is a great restorer for the Ftrongtli
and vigor of the system. Thoso who tire Lan
guid und IJntlris. JtespotnU-nt, Sleepless,
and troubled with Xrrrous ApprenenoionM or
J'ears, or any of the affections symptomatic, of
Weakness, will find Immediate relief nnd con
vincing evidence of its restorative power upou
PBJSpA It ED n Y
Dr. JT. C. AYKR ?V CO., Lowell, Mum.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE,
may 1 i c ly
Every year :WT6ASes tl.o popu
larity of tliis valuable Hair Prep
aration, which is due to merit
alone. * Wo can assure our old
patrons that it is kept fully up to
its high standard ; and if is the on
ly reliable and perfected prepara-*
tton for restoring Gray or Faded
Hair to its youtV.ful color, making
it soft, lustrous, and silken. The
scal[?, by its use, becomes white and
clean. It removes all eruptions nnd
dandruff, ami, by its tonic proper
ties, prevents the hair from falling
out, as it stimulates and nourishes
the hair-glands. By its use, the
hair prows thicker nnd stronger.
In baldness, it restore* the capillary
glands to their normal vigor, and
will create a now growth, except in
extreme old age. It is flic most
economical Hair-Pressing ever
used,-as it requires fewer applica
tions, sod gives the hair a splendid,
fdas*-.y appearance. A. A. Hayes,
M.L)., State Assayer of Massachu
setts, says, "The constituents aro
pure, and carefUUy selected for ex
cellent quality; sind I consider it
tho Bhst Preparation for its
Sold ly all Vrtia.'/Ut* and Dealers in ifedicine*.
Frioo Ouo Dcllsr.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
As our Renewer in many cases
requires too long a time, and too
much care, to restore gray or f;t<led
Whiskers, we have prepared this
dye, in one prejtaralro?, which will
quickly and effectually accomplish
this result. It is easily applied,
and produces a color whielt will
neither rub nor wash off. Sold by
all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
8* ay 11
THE GREAT' ?LUOD- PURIFIER
ypsaseeing powerful invlroratmg
Theeo JUitters aro positive ljr invaluhble la
They purify the sretem, and will euro
Remittent and. Intermittent fever?,
NIRVOUS DISEASES.LIVER COMPLAINT
and are a prevonUve of Ch?l? and Fever.
. All yield to their powerful efficacy.
jure an antidote to change of v? a:e:.' and Di*u
to tho waatod franK, nnd correct all
"W1U save days of suffering to the aick, nnd
CURgS NEVER WELL PEOPLE
The grand Punaoea for all the ilia of lifo.
m Standard y(SJmmn mRE.
sQIalT^/la Young or Old, Ks^rtcaV?*CTICE.
^r?r Single, these Bitters are un^a^
^/eqaeUed and have often been theV
S means of saving life. \^
V ? *eVV_0 MR bottle- ^
NOfi I< I..?All BVrstons IIht
ing demands against the Esttte of the
late John Bonnett will render an account of
khem duty atteste?rto, and thoso ihdebled
will make payment lotus undersigned.
JOHN K. BONNETT.
OranceUiirg March l">th, ls7-i. if
*l HE WHO FIGHTS
Against a strong and lively oorupefitor in trude, must devote bimsslf entirely to kit busi
nasa. Ha uu.at kuo.v bis market and suit his customers,
At the selection of hia ateck, and bj hia priees must invite trade. He whe
with the idea that anj sort of goods will do
To repant hia foil/. A firat-olaaa stock, and the ability to sell at the ?h-*ptit prices will
enable a merchant
Successfully any opposition and to conquer success. Lot customers come in. Whether
thty buy my Groceries, Pura Liquors, Segaia and Uooda or not, if they are pleaaad tkey
Tho best Steek of Groceries and the Cheapest. A full line of Whiskies. Horses Stabled
and cared .or at moderate rales. A devotion to hus'nosa. These are mv guarantees.
Try me. t . 1>. KORTJOHX.
mar 1 o 1/
? MAN WHO
Starts Business should "go in" to win. In openingtho Enterprise Saloon, tho Sabioriber
detei mined to
In a full and fluid Stock of Liquors, thnt would eommend themselves to all, and by cour
tesy and attention to place all who tried him
The necessity of admitting that he was a fair dealer. Those whs drank froaa
The Faucet of the Lager Beer Barrel
'?i e determine-! should be saiisfie I and be induced te retarn. Ho determin
ed >o work all day and think
roasto establish a reliable custom. He has succeeded. From Monday roorr.tn;; the ru?*?
cont Ihuea unt il
From lac time that his announcement
"t?. tray into the papers and
Upon the notice of the rublic, until now, the sa'o of Liquors, Segars aal Tobaccs has
continued with unubaicd palrensge.
Doore, and hearty welcome has been the motto, aad
The undersigned returns his thank* for the liberal support he has received and begs it?
continuance at the ENTERPRISE SALOON, kept
BY J. HERMAN WAHLERS.
fob 15 1y
ARRIVING IJ Y EVERY
GEO. H. CORNELSON.
In order tobe prepared for the domands of the scison. I am receiving large supplies of
all tItc various goods needed at this tiuio of the ye.rr; such is
P'antnlion Supplies, Tools, Plowa, Iron.
And everything else neocss.iry to maka a crop. I am Agent for the following saluable
and established Manure* :
ETI WAN DISSOLVED RONE,
ETIWAN CROP FOOD.
ATLANTIC ACID PHOSPHATE.
E Fit AN K COE'8 PHOSPHATE,
LAND PLASTER LIME AND SALT.
All the above Manures are offered at manufacturers prices will he sold at the same
terms as at the worka aud will be delivered if requested at any depot on the South Carolina
jeb 1 GEO. H. COKJfELSON.
RUSSELL-STREET, ORANGEBUR?, S. C.
Tin-Subscriber takes great pleasure in announcing to hia FRIENDS and tho COM*
Ml MTV that he has OPENED a FIRST CLASS HOTEL, at the Large Residence recent
ly oecupied by Mr. Hane Wnnnamakor. Comfortable Accommodations, a Rounteoua
Table aud Cntirleua Atteutiou are Guaranteed.
jan IS?3m ? J. W. II. DUKE?.
THE BALANCE OF M V STOOK Of
Ready M .its Clothing and Ladies Drew*
(foods will he offered for the next SO
day a at and HE LOW COST for the
J. JLMHUI VS.
JUST ARRIVED FROM THE ABOVE MARKET
A Splendid Stock of Fancy DRESS
and other Choice GOODS.
WHO IS OFFERING
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS.
AS WELL AS THE ABOVE GOODS
AT AND BELOW COST
ALSO A FULL STOCK OF
FAMILY GROCERIES ?
CALL SOON AND
?a 7 D. LOUIS,
REGULAR DAILY TRADE.
ANOTHER TRAIN JUST IN AND FILLED WITH
AN D CUSTOMERS SIIQPMSU AT
B DLL SCOVILL k PIKE,
Makiug Selection from their Extraordiuary L^rgc : nd Vaiiod ^uck of
Their assortment, with constant additions, is
Doth as to STYLES and QUALITIES.
Their facilities in drawing supplies from desirable Market?
FOR THE CASH
Enable thetn to make the best pnasib'o RATES, which is the OLD RULE con
tioued from its ORGANIZATION ?
Giving an experience of SO years in Business.
Economy and Enterprise together with the Energy and prentlcntanlj deport
ment of all their Assistants, are always found at the OLD ESTABLISHED
BULL, SCOVILL & PIKE.
may 25 e lj
WOULD 15 POP HI T?r? P?tlLIC THAT nF. IS STILL CARRTTNO ON THK C.VIV
riage Waning In all Its various branches, and will Manufacture er Repair at the
Shortest Notice, all Carriages, Bnggies or Wagons. And am also prepared with
NEW PRESS AND G !*l TO GIN AND PACK COTTON
SHORT KOTTCK. Cotton OfXSET) AT MV MILL has brongn? f-om \ to } cent more
than that (Tinned on the common CHne,
?el ?-lj II, RIGOS,
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
Cuablbstox. 8. C. Decetn'oer 28, 1871.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY DECEMBER,
24, the Passenger Treia on the Sowtn
Carolina Railroad will run as follows t
Leave Charleston...8.10 X. m?i
Arrive at Augusta.4.26 P. at;
Leave Charleston.8.10 A. mi/
Arrive at Columbia...4.06 P. If/ ,
ron rtHAntasnosiK > ?
Leave Augusts. ? ??????? ??*???? *?! ? 40 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 P. U.
Leave Columbia.7.40 A. U,
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 P. If.
TlinoCOH w1lmirotox TBAIX
Lcavo Augusta...8.00 A.M.
Arrive at Kingville.9.00 A. M.
Lenve Kii.gyille...12..10 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6 80 P. II.
arutsTA NimiT bxpbbss-sbkdats iicinas
Leave Chnrlcston.8.80 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.7.80 A. M.
Leave Augusta...6.00 P. M
Arrive at Charleston...ft.06 A. M.
COLtMDIA XIO.tT KXrBXSS?sojidats BXOBrT
Leave Charleston.7.10 P. If.
Arrive at Columbia...7.80 A. M.
Lea-e Columbia.8.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.T.OO A. M.-*
Leave Sutnmerville at...7.25 A; M.
Arrive at Cliarleston at....8.45 A. ML
Leave Charleston at.8.80 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville at.i 4? P. 1ft
Lenve Camden....C.15 A. K
Arrive nt Columbia.10.40 A. M.**1
Leave Columbia.,....1.46 P. M.
Arrive ut Camden. 0.25 P. M.
Day and Night Trains make close con nee.
tion at Augusta with Georgia RcUxoad esd
Night Train connects with Maoea and
Columbia Night Train conneetn with
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, *nd witlt
Charlotte Road topointa North.
Camden Train connects at Kingville 4i.i\f
(except Sundaye) with uxj Passenger Trais,
and runs through to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER. Yice-Prosideat.
8. R. Pic'Kxas, General Tieket Agent.
Doors, Sashes, Blii ?? to'
P. P. TO ALE,
Manufacturer antl Dealer,
No. 2P Haync Street and Htnlbeck/s Wharf
CHARLESTON, 8. 0,
?jjS* Thin lathe Lergest and raeat Ca**
plrte Factory of the kind in the Sentker*
State?, and all Articles in thia Hue ana *4) '
furuiehed by Mr. P. P. ToALftAt pxieea whin*
)jgir A pamphlet .villi fnll nod detailed
list of all siaea of Doers Sashes and Bliede,
and the prices of eaeh, will be aenl free aad
pest Paid, en apulicatiod to* *.vS
i r. I*. TO ILE.
CHARLESTUN. S. t*L
jnly 15 weo
MONKY CANNOT BUT^m
For Sialit Is PrirrlesMt!r
RUT THE DIAMOND SPECTAffctW WILi
. .-t -
If yon valae yonr Pycsigkt aae theee Per
fect Lenses. Gronad front Minute Cryaaea?
Pebbles. Melted together, and derive their'
name ''Diamond" en account ef their Hard
ness and Brilliancy. They will last n?aay
years without change, and are warranted
superior to%ll others in ane.
Manufactured by the Spencer Ontieed
Manufacturing Co., New York.
CA I TION.?Nona Genuing unless stanrn-'
11 with ottr trade mark.
For Sale by Responsible Agents threngh~
out the Union. . ;| mA?
E. J. 0L1YIR0S,
jan 20?ly Urangebnrg, aLiaJasf
Citizens' Savings Bank
UP SOUTH CA r^OLUfA.
Will pay 7 PER CENT. INTERR8T en
SPECIAL DEPOSITS and 8 TER CENT. W
SAY' NGS DEPOSITS, Compounded Seeai*
annually. J *
Local Finance Committee*; rta
Hon. THOS. W. GLOVER.
Col. PAUL S FELDER.
Capt. JNO. A. HAMILTON.
JAS. II. FOWLKS,
aaar 28 jan e?y
At Private Sale,
THE PLANTATION forming a part ef
the Estate of the late Col. Keitt, and
kuewn na the DARBY PLACE. The traet
consists of about COO acres, one half well
Timbered, the remainder Rich, Bed, Leans
Soil, adapted to Crops of all kinds. Thee*
are the Finest Lends in thr District, astdr.
were valued at $20 per ncre in 1866. Wooed
be sold for onedtalf the* , rice new. On*
fourth easb, the repair cr in three inataK
i nichts bearing interest from date and so*
I cured by mortgage of tho same. . .
I This is a splond'd obance for ane yne do.
airing to secure* Rich Lands, Ufte Wator Poe??
j or, excellent Cattle Range and a Betend
Neighborhood. Apply to
Mrs. L. M. KSlTT.
Or J G k Li ITT, Esq.
-1-i-.... iah? *m -W *
Vljrr to ftSO PER IVi\I Agents
?>) WANTED! AH claeaen of work beg
people, of either sea, young or old, make
more money at work for us in their sjsnre
momenta, or all the time, than al anything
else. Particular? fr < \ Address
U STINStW eVCG^
' sej* '?* -lo Portltnd, Maine.