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[Sung eu the occasion of decorating tho
graves of the Confederate dead, at Magnolia
Cemetery, Charleston, South Csrol'ini.]
BT HKNRY TIM HOD.
Sleep, martyrs of a fallen oause!
ThoUgb jot no marble column craves
The pilgrim here to pause.
leanpfBMal in the earth.
>f your famois biown,
An?ssaB?BassfcstWaW its birth.
The shaft ia in the atouo!
Meanwhile, behalf the tardy years,
Which keep in trust your storied tombs,
Behold! your sisters bring their tears.
And these memorial blooms.
Small tribute*! but your shades will smile
More proudly on these wreaths to-day
Than when some cannon roouldcrrd pile
Shell overlook this hay.
.**??* it?**-', v. : *"
Stop, ar.ge!s, hither from the skies!
There is no holier spot of ground
Than where defeated valor lies,
By mourning boauty crowned.
Tho '-slave of the ri'ig"?a btide.
A grant for the West?Einigent.
A chin that's uever shavod?An ur
A boojc for the table?One full of
plates.? % ' \
mm ? i ? j?
Set together by the ears?Shenvcs of
What docs a man see in tho wild,
wild waves 1?Sea foam.
The joy of the dumb is always un
Pawnbroker* sometimes prefer custo
mere without any redeeming qualities
St. Jo has a man with logs so bow
legged that he has his pants out by a
What is the nral time to "killing nn
tnurdci ?" Sleighing time.
Christianity ia the worst trade, but
the best calling in the world.
Mise const ruction?Whalebone and
paint, powder and wadding.
A bad book to read ? A naughty
biography (an autobiography. )
If you want to know whether a tree
is hollow or not^iietgtit; >^ S' /.
Widowers never die with grief.
Just let then alone and they'll snon re.
Advice to lovers. When ynu cannot
catch the last car at night tako a'rbu&s '
Why is a minister near the ond ai
his sermon like a ragged urchi .'.?Bf
eause he's toward his closo.
When ia it most dangerous time to
visit in the country! When the trees
are shooting and the bull rushes are
OUt. .hw*** k ' >
A Hungarian proverb. The mr.r
who on bis woddiug day starts as lieu
tcriuauf in the family will nc.vor gel
A debtor gave an excuse fur non pay
ment that "money was. very close, but
not ales* snough y?* fof Sif to roach
-'Take her up tenderly,
Lift herewith case)?
Np'ooe knowe how Nearly s'.r paid
fur her hair.
A>. t'abu/jue local editor complains
thai thero ia only oue handtome girl in
that city, and sho is engage 1 tu a doxen
What is that which he who has it
not does not wish fur, but ha who hah
it would not part with for any money!
Punch a*ka; Why is l?ic man who
docs not beat a* bad as tho mm who
does?' Because he is no better.
An intoxicated indtviduil w.ig detec
ted thtl otfeer night in an attempt to pick
the pockets of a bilhtrd lible.
An old batchelor says s woman may
be surprised astonished taken all back
bat never dumbfounded.
Mrs I'ariogtoti will not allow Ike to
play the guitar. 9?ho says he hud it
onco when he was a child, and it near
ly killed him.
Beauties often die old maids. They
set such value on themselves that the\
don't find a purchaser before the market
Tha^raj^f^An ngly kola in the
ground wlticK kovere snd punts wish
they ware in but take udoopituap care to
keep out of. aA I * I 1'
It is a sad comment upon humanity.
bnUsoftMyjoafc gis> g&uf #u%pf, ?Isaacs,
you ;?ut in the bitter.
??Illinois ladies/' we are tol l, "hut t
rabbits on m^\\%eV?' <**ef suppose
? raMssJwOjigpw t por* fseiky;
caught than those whuh run barefoot4edj.
A Sera ob
ceived a gold pets
; but Ii? doesn't
for a Chris
use it. Ho says it %\t not krulf sa handy
jb his (M pair of scissors iu^gettinpr uai
/Iyer's Cherry Pectoral,
For Din. vtsca of tho TJhruaC aud Lun^t,
auch rv Coughs, Colds, Whooping
O&ti ;h, Bronchitis, Aathiua,
Probably jevcr bjtforo in the vwioic history of
medicine nas any thing won so widely and ?o
?iv**? i>I?- .ipon the coiilldcncej of ninnkinil, as thla
cxcc''ont remedy tor pulmonal, roniplaiuts.
Th. ouxh a loin? ?erl?s of years, and among moat
ofthe races ot men It has risen higher and higher
in inelr astiniatioti, as it ha* become bettci known.
Its uniform uliaructor ami power to cure ttie va?
nous affections of tho lungs and thront, hnrc
r^ado it known ns a reliable protector naalunt
them. While adapted to mlldur forms of dWaso
aud to young children, it is at the Fame time the
most effectual remedy that can he given for incip
ient consumption, and tho dangerous affections
of Uio throat and lungs. Ah a prnviMon ngaintt
sudden attacks of Croup, it ehould ho kept on
hand in every laimly, ;>i.o indeed U* nil sieaoiuc
times xubjeel to Collis and coughs, all thould be
provided with this nntldote ftrr ibem.
Although guttled Cotiaumpltott ih thought in
curable*, Mill great numbers ot eji*e* w aeYe tho
disease seemed settled, ba\u boon completely
cured, and the patient restored to round health
by the Cherry Pectoral, to complete is its
maatorv ovor the disorders of tho 1.tings and
Throat", that the most obntlnale of them yield to U,
tybon nothing could reoch them, under the
C?:*rrff Pectoral they subside and disappear.
Si&grrs aiul Public Hpenkcrm fiutf groat
.irotecrion from It.
Asthntn is always rclioved and eflcn wholly
cured by It.
ftronefiiUs Is geneenllr eurod by taking the
Cherry I'rcforal m small nnrt frfKpnenl d">?rv,,.
Ko gonerullr a: <? its virtues known, that we
need not imbii.-h the cm tiflea tea of them here, or
do more Uian assure 'U> public thai Its qualities
are fully maintained.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and Aruc, Intermittent Fever,
Chill Fovor, Kcmittent Fever. Dnrab
Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fever, fio.,
and' indeed nil tho ufJootiona which arise
from malarious, marsh, or miaamatio
As Its name implie?, it d-"?es Cure. and does not
fall. Containing neither Arsoulc. Quinine, Die*
muth, Zinc, nor any other mineral or poisonous
substance whatever, it in DOWlae Injures any pa
tient. The tmmbcr Htid Importance of its cures
In the Ague districts, arc lltcrnllv beyond account,
and we believe without ft pandlel in the history
of Ague medicine. Our pride Is gratified by tho
acknowledgments w o receive of the radical curoa
effected in obttiunto cases, ami where other rem
edies had wholly failed.
Cnnccllmnted' persons, cither resident in. or
travelling through miasmatic localities, will bo
protected by taking the AUVE ft'ltL' dally.
For i.tccr Comuluitttt, arising from torpid
ity of the Liver, it Is aft ocelleut remedy, ?timu
biting the Liver bito boalthv activity.
Kor Ulll?us nhsortler* and Liver'Complaints, X
Is an excellent remedy, producing many truly
remarkable cures, where other medicinus had
Prepared by oh. J. c. Avrn ft <"o.. practical
and Analytical chemists, Lowell, Mass., aud
sold all round tlic world.
PRICE, tt.OO PER POTTLE.
may 11 c 1y
For restoring Gray Hair lo
ils natural Vitality and Color.
A dressing which
is at onoe agreeable,
healthy, and effectual
for preserving tho
hair. Faded vr gray
hair is soon restored
to its original color,
trith the gfass and
J'reshnest of youth
Thin b;dr i:t thick
ened, falling hair checked, and bald
ness often, though not alway?, cured
hy it.? use. Nothing can restore the
hair whore tho follicles ate destroyed,
or the gland? atrophied and decayed.
But such fis remain can l)C saved for
usefulness hy this application. Instead
of fouling the hair with a nasty redi
mcnt, it will keep i?. clean ana vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hnir
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from those deleterious rubptnnccs which
wake .some preparations dangerous, and
injurious to tho hair, the Vigor can
only benefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely for a
nothing eh? can be found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
uot Eoil while cambric, and yet lasts
Imijj on tho huir, giving it a rich, glossy
hjstru and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
rRACTIC.W. AND ANALYTICAL ClXXMUTS,
rr.i :.2 t; r>o.
TH^ CRttAP 8 LOQD -PU R IF I E R.
Po'iaming powerful inviporat.i g
Vheso Ihttcis era po. ;.?v< ly invaluable iu
Thcjr purify tho systeta, and will ours
Ilemittcnt and Intermittent Jfevccs,
end ere a provsauro of ChiU? and rover.
. All yield to their powerful cDlcJuy.
Aie an antidote to change of v< ale ? and l>Ait.
to the wasted frame, ond correct all
Will save days of Buffering; to tho sirk, and
Tho grand JPanecce, lor all the Ula of Ufa.
THY ONE BOTTLE
or Single, those Dittos are ua
'squalled sad have cften been the
fiviass of sevthg life. rVl l7T
TU V ONE ?OTT eVete
VI JtJ^OJ^ I.ssd ??> ejoeifsta?!* .
/ 'R ^^-TTTr- M, A 91 I I'.
VrOTICli.?All Porsoni H?t
St#lbhnrlK3t5tladirs^n iCeoYnt *t
them duly attested to, and those ihdebted
will make payment to-the, undersigned.
JOHN p. nONNF.TT,
. /7 T . , Fvecutor.
' Orsbjeburg Mrfrch U?th, I^TS. XU p^
HE WHO FIGHTS
Agairst a strong and lively competitor in trade, muni devote himself entirely te hi, busi
mm. He must kno* his market and suit bis customers,
At the selection of hia stock, and by hia prices must iuvit? trade. II? who
with the idea that an/ sort tf goods will do .
WILL LIVE "
To repeat his folly. A Arst-olass stock, sad 'ho ability to soli at tho cheapest prices will
enable a merchant'
Successfully any opposition and 10 conquer success. Let customer* cense ia. Whether
liny buy ray Groceries, 1'nre Liquors, Segal's and Goods or not, if they are pleased thoy
Tbe best Stock of Groceries and tho Cheapest. A full line ef Whiskies. B?rse? Stabled
ami cared tor at moderate rates. A devotion to business. These are ar guarantees.
Try me. D. KttRTJOMX.
mar 1 i ly
A MAN WHO
Stai to Fi'siness should "go in" to v, is. In 01 ening the Interprise Saloon, the Subscriber
detei mined to
In s full and G?*d Stock of Liquors, thai would commend thenisolves to all. and by eonr
tesy aad attention to place all who tried him
The necessity of admitting that he was a fair dealer. Those who draak from
The Faucet of the Lager Beer Barrel
?~ ? e et?rmined should '>e satisfied and bs indeaed te retara. Re determu
all day and thiak
?oat la ?i* ?b'i?b a reliable custom. He bas succeeded. From Monday useramx 'he rn*\
From the tisas that hi? anaon-.eim.int
ts way into the papers and"
I Upen tbe netiee ef the public, un'il now, tbe as'e of Liapidre, Segars aal Tee?c>*? ha*
cea:inued with tin.> bated paireeage.
Doors, and hrsrty welcome Wut bean the motto, aad
The under-igned refnrn* hia thanks for the liberal support be hat received aad beg* ilt
eentinuaneo at the ENTERPRISE SALOON. ke.pt ^
BY J. HEB MAN WAHLERS.
ARRIVING UV KV ERY
GEO. H. CORNECSON.
Is order te be prepared for the demands of the season, I am reeeiviag large supplies ef
all tho serious goods needed at tbis time of the year; sues as
P'nntation Supplies, Tools, Plows, Iron.
And everything else necessary to make a Bl'op. I in Agent for the following valuable
and established Manures* : 4
ETI WAN DISSOLVED HONE,
ETIWAN CROP FOOD.
ATLANTIC ACID PHOSPHATE.
E FRANK COK'S PHOSPHATE.
LAND PLASTER LIME AND SALT.
All the above Manures are offered at manufacturers prices will bs sold at the ssme
terms seat the works and will be delivered if requested at rny depet on IheSoath Carolina
job 1 OfcO. H. OORNELSON.
RUSSELL-STREET, ORANGEBUR?, S. C.
The Subscriber takes great pleasure ia announcing to his FRIENDS and the COM
MUNITY that bs has OPEN KD a FIRST CLASH HOTEL, at the Large Residence recent
ly oooupiod by Mr. llano Wanoamaker. Cohsfortable Accommodations, a Bounteous
Table and Usurious Attention are Guaranteed.
jaa 18-3? J. W. II. DCKEI.
.IftL-U1. J. iL J ?J.JJJ-U!'X-?a] .Ml-J_tjTflO jJt^l-"-J . I ? II ? ! MB
TUB BALANCE OF MY STOOK OF
R cudy Made Clothing and Ladies Dress
Omuls ?III be offered for the next SO
day* at and BELOW COST for the
.s.'!*e ? .??
JUST ARRIVED FROM THE A ROVE 51 ARKi/T
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
CALL SOON AND
?a < 13 . Tj o it i s5 :
REGULAR DAILY TRADE.
ANOTHER TRAIN" JUST IN AND FILLED WITH
AND CUSTOMERS SUOrTTN? AT
BULL SCOVILL k PIKE.
Making Selection from their Extraordinary Lirge : nd Varied Slack ef
Tbeir assortment, with constant additions, it
Eoth as to STYLES and QUALITIE3.
Their facili?o? ia drawing supplies from Jesirablo Market*
FOR THE CASH
Enable thorn to make the beat possible RATES, w?tv1? is the OLD RULE ?in
tin und from iu ORGANIZATION?
Git/ins an experience of 30 years in Business.
Economy and Enterprise totjother with the Emrjjy aud eontlemanly depart
ment of all tbeir Assistant?, arc always found at the OLD ESTABLISHED
BULL, SCOVILL & PIKE.
may 2b $ \j
*m?*I >*i Vi ?v->di Ktmd i*itmd T ,n?d?i*f?R M . t ??sW .'??
Wocld infop?i tiif pliu.ic that iif. is xtill ?\\RRnN? on thc hau?
rispe Makii.^ in all its v.irions branches r.ml will Mannfacture er Repair ai tho
Shortest Notice, all Carriage A, Brtggiue or Wagons. ' And em also prepared wirk" < ? ?
NEW PRE5S AND 0 K] TO GIN ANt> PXcK COTTON
? J4 1 ??'! * | ? .** 'M I s^ ??M ? ?? - ? sU ? ,<*?*?.* J l* .'Utt .a**
?hort notice. Collen 01nni'dat MV mill has" brought f^onf i ia ? cewt akora
ilaa that Ginned en Hit common (BHs, ?* * " 1 " ?
?* m'> 2 ly h Rions.
CmARI.KBTOS. S. C. ^eO^bBt^lIM^,^)
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY dkcembbr
24, (he Pasaenger Train on the fteMtbi
Caroline Railroad will run .H follows.
roa AoursfA. ,
Leate Clu?rTe*ton.....8,19 A. M.
Arrive at Aogtrsta.4.116 lVMU'i
Leave.Chasleaton.8.10 A, M.
Arrive at Columbia..../..4.06 P. W.
roa ' II MM.KSTON.
Leave Auguata.7.40 A. at. '
Arrive at Charleston.9.30 7. M.
Leave Colnmhi*......7.40 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston./ff.TKtf. Mj
tksovub wiLMinnToa tbaib
Leave Auguata.-100 A.
Arrive at Kingville...?.00
Arrive at Auguata.6 SO
A CO! STA SIGHT SXPnSSS?SCSDATB rxcsrrsV
Leave Charleston......8.30 P. V.
Arrive at Augusta.7.30 A. M.
Leave Augusta.6.00 P. If
Arrive at Charleston..6.66/iA? Bf
COLUMBIA 51U:iT KXPBnsS-BWMDAT? BXVBrT''
>? r 1 ?. r 1 , *
Laare Chat-Wen....7.10 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.T.RtfA. at*
Lea-e Columbia.8.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charleaton.7.00 A. M.
Leave Suramcrville at...7.26 A. M.
Arrive at CharleBtou at.-.8.46 A. at.
Leave Charleston nt.8.SO P. at.
Arrive at Sumraerville at.~..4.4* P. M.
Leave Camden.6 1 S A. Vf.
Arrive at Columbia.10.40 A. hi.
Leave Colombia.1.4? P. At.
Arrive at Camden. C.26 P. M.
Day and Night Trains make close s?a a ac
tion at Augusta with Georgia Railroad sad
Night Train connects with alaedn arnst
Columbia Night Train connects with"
Creenviile and (Columbia Railroad, and wiwa
Charlotte Road'to points North.
Camden Train conneets at Kingville daily
(except Sundays) with uay Paaaanger Traia-,
and rvfns through to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER. Vice-Preaideat.
B. B. Pickkhs, General Tieket Agent. - 1
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, He
P. P. TO A LK,
ManurActnror nr.tl i>< aler.
So. SD'TIayie Street and lUHbt-cks K beef '
CMIARLKSTOX, ?. Ol .
flfg~ This is-tbw-'Tflrr.resit -?nd- irm?? Com
plete " Factory of the kind in tin stmhsrs
State* and all articles in this line can be
riit-mVued by Mr. P. 1\ To.u.?.:vt prises wkieh
rjgjr A pamphlet vrit!: r<} ?n4 detailed
list .tf ail ?IX.-S of Doors Sashes Und Btiads.
and.tho prices of each. ? ill bt sstu free and
peal Paid, en application! to
. I*. 1?. TOAIiR, ?*
C1IA RLESTON. S.
jVtlJ" 1.3 wee
M0NKY CANNOT JiLI IT!
.afor. Sight in Priceless !Iu,j >
RCT THE DIAMOND SPECTACLM WIH,
If joe? valne yenr Fyesignt nan these Paar*
feet Lenses, Ground frosa Minnts Crystal
Pebbles. M.-Hed together, and derirs tketr
name "Diamond" en account ef their Hard
nnss and Ilrllliancy. They will last assay
years without change, v and are warrantee)
superior to all othera in nse.
Manufactured by the 8peneer Onstool ?
Manufacturing Co.. New York. .
CAUTION.?None Genuine; unless stassp
t<i with our tradjs^ja^fJL -r>r
For Sale by Responsible Agents tlroagk
out the Union. -^l/'J
E. J. OLIYIItOS,
jan 20?ly Orangsburg, 8. C.
Citizens' Savings Bank,
OF 80ITU CAROLINA,
Will par 7 IT.R f'KNT. INTF.RR8T ?*?
SPECI AL DEPOi4[Tti and 8 PER CENT, on
S.W.NOB DKPQSITX, OrBjmunded kUmi
Local Fluanec CommUlf4.
Hon. TITOS. W OKOVKrt.
Col. PAUL S FKLDKK
Caut JN?. A. Ii AM ILT?N.1
JA8. H. FOtfljRi.iI!)'.
mar 21 jan sly
I?_r l> ? _^ ?rn_: ' 'ffftTl cd
At Private Sale.
?. aT>Mrt hi
rpHK PLANTATION forming a part e/
JL the Estate of the late Cel. Keilt, and
knewn as the DARBY PLACE. The tract'
consists of about COO acres, one half we*'
Timbered, the remainder Uicb, B?d, Leant *
Soil, adapted to Crow* of all kinds. Thsae
are the Finest Lands in the District, sansp
wore valued at $J0 p^r fscetfisHfajTu ilVcSJs^
be sold for one.bait tba' , rice now. 1
fourth Jcnsb, the reman cr in three a?i
menu bearing inUrest from date sBfl'
cored by mortgage of tho same.
This ia a splendid ohance for ans'jne 4eW |
airing to aecure Rich Lands. ftneWster Pew*
or. excellent Cattle Range and a Reftneat
[ Neighborhood. ApPb' to
I *n " Sirs. L. M. KK1TT,- * J
;~ I? *a? PaVasV OA^Y4 stssasUSjii i
)tj. WANTED 1 AR classes of werkia*
*ep**, ?vtk*er f*rt* fSJhf ^^d* fclo *
qey at work for us in their sanrv
.^sf^iir tho tone, than at aaytbiag
else.. rPnrtrculara fr* v Addrrare , ? 1
* O STIMSON A ff*.,
ssp< 4r -lo bsjRSA Ponl-?:l, Maine.