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[8ung en the occasion of decorating tlio
graves of the Confederate dead, at Magnolia
Cemetery. Charleston, South Carolin?.]
BT HKNRY TIM HOP.
Sleep sweetly U\ your humble graves ?
Sleep, martyrs of a fallen cause!
Though yet no marble column craves
The pilgrim here tu pause.
j? "? v*.
In stejht of laurel in the earth,
dossom of your fame is blown,
And 'settle wliev* waiting for its birth,
The shaft is in the stoue!
Meanwhile, behalf tho tardy years.
Which keep in trust your storied tombs,
Behold! your sisters bring their tears.
And these memorial blooms,
? A1 *' '
Small tributes! but your shades will smile
More proudly on these wreaths to-day
Than when come cannon raouldcrtd pile
Khali overlook this hay.
?top, ange!s, hither from the skies!
There is no holier spot ef ground
Than vrbere defeated valor Ho,
By mourning boauty crowned.
Tho ''slave of the ring"?a btidc.
A grant for the West?Emignnt.
A chiu that's never shaved ? An ur
A book for the table?One full of
Car M t ?
Sot together by the ears ? Sheaves of
What docs a man sco in tho wild,
wild wares 1?Sea loam.
Tho joy of the dumb is always un
Pawnbrokers sometimes prefer custo
Soers without any redeeming qualities.
St. do has a man with logs so bow
legged that he has his panta cut by a
What is the next time to ''killing no
murder 7" Sleighing time.
Christianity is the worst trade, but
the best calling in the world.
Mise construction?Whalebone and
paint, powder and wadding.
A bad book to read ? A naught)
biography (an autobiography )
If you want to know whether a tree
is hollow or not, ax it.
Widowers never die with grief.
Just let then alone aud they'll soon re
Advice to lovers. When you cannot
catch the lust car at night taka a "buss '
Why in a mini-ter near the oud of
his sermon like a ragged urchi .'. ? lo
calise he's toward his closo.
When is it most dangerous time to
risit in tho country I When the trues
nre shooting aud the bull rushes ate
A Hungarian proverb. The mr"
who on bi.i wodding day starts as lieu
tcrttianf in the family will never gel
A debtor gave an excuse fur oon pay
ment that "money was vary close, but
not olo.se enough yet for bim to reach
-'Take her up tenderly,
Lift her with c*re?
No one knows how dearly a'>r paid
for her hair.
A Cabuque local editor complain*
that thero is only one handsome girl in
that city, and sbo is engage 1 to a doxen
What is that which he who has it
not docs not wish fur, but bo who hah
it would not part with for any money!
A bnld" head.
Punch asks: Why is trte man who
does not beat a* bad as tho mm who
docs?' Bccaunc he is no better.
An intoxicated individuil wig detec
ted tlio other night in an altauipt to pick
the pockets of a billard tibia.
An old batchclor says a woman may
be Wtrprisad astonished takon all back
bnt never dumbfounded.
Mrs Paringtou will not allow Ike to
play tho guitar. iSho snys he had it
onco when he was n child, and it near
ly killed him.
Beauties often die old maids. They
set such value on themselves that they
don't find a purchaser before the market
The grave?An ugly ho!? in the
ground which lovers and pout* wish
they were in but take uncommon care to
keep out of.
It ia a sad comment upon humanity,
but ?oft aoap in so mo shape, pleases
mofct folkg, and generally the more 'Mye*'
you ;?ut in the better. a
"Illinois ladies/' we are- tol l, "hut t
rabbits on e*a#W ^roSsM' (* w>?suppose
' rabbit* on enow shooa" aro morn easily
caught than thoss which run barefooted.
A Seranton editor received a gold pen
f?r a ChrieW" pr^ecut; but ii% doesn't
u?* it. Uo >sys it i*.f?t kpslf sa handy
as bjs i ]d pair pf scissors' in getting in
/Iyer's Cherry Pectoral, ;
For DiHoasrs of the Thront and Lunge, 1
auch oii Centerlm, Colds, Whooping
Cough, Bronohitin, Asthma,
, Probably never before in tin- whole history of !
medkine, has any thing won so widely ami to
it to ply upon the confidence ol mankind, as this
excellent remedy for puhuouary complaints.
Through a long scries ol years, and among most
or the races ol mcu It has usvu higher and higher
in their estimation, as U ha*? become bettei Kimwu.
IU uniform oliaraetor and power to cure the vn
riotie affectioni of the lungs and throat, bare
made it known us a reliable protector against
tltein. While adapted to milder forms ul s1ulgr.se
and to young children, it is nl the panic tiine the
most effectual remedy that can be giren for inch*
lout consumption, and Hie dangerous affections
of tin- throat and Inn; :i . Asa provision ngamtt
sudden attacks of Croup, it should bo kept on
hand in every laiuilv, uuu indeed nil aie some
times ?"bj?iil to CoUla and roughs, all lIjouM 1>o
provided with this antidote for them.
Although Denied Counumpttou is thousrhi in
curable*, still Jfreat numbers of rjis'eswaeVe the
disease seemed settled, ha\o bnen completely
cured, and the patient restored to pound health
hy the tltrrru Jfoctornl. to eoniplote U its
mastery over the disorders of the 1 unw asd
Throat", thnt?ic most obslinnte of them yield to It,
YVbon nothinK elso cujuid reach (item, under the
Cherry fectoml they subside and disappear.
Sltifjrrt ami Public Nprakcro ?uu gi eot
protection from tt.
A *f limn is always relieved and eft?n wholly
cured by It.
nronthiH? Is genewillv curo<l by taking the
Chtrrwt'ccinrni ni Mindl and fren,nent dose?.
t*o generally are it* virtues known, tbnt we
need not publish the coiiilicatos of thoiu here, or
do more than assure the public tiiul Its quallUee
are fully maintained.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and A '-.no, Intermittent Ferer,
Chill Fever, Remittent Fover, Dumb
Aruo, Boriortionl or Bilious Fever, &e.,
and indeed nil tho affections which arise
from malarious, m u rah, or xuiaairatio
As it.-? name Implie?. it d ies Cure, and does not
fail. Containing nrither Arsenic, Quinine, Lle
muth, Zinc, not" any other mineral ?'V poisonous
substance whatever, it In uouife Injmes any pa
lient. Tho number and inrjwrtance nf its eine?
In the ague districts, are Itferallv beyond account,
end we believe without a parallel in the history
oi Ague medicine. Our piidc Is gratified by tho
acknowledgment* wo receive of the ladicnl CUroa
effected in obstinate eases, and where other rem
edies had wholly failed
UnaeelimateU* i??rsons, cither resident in, or
travelling through miasmatic localities, will Ivo
proipcied by taking tho AUVK Cl'ltL daily.
For /. tce'r ComululnlB, arising from torpid
ity of the Liver, It is an excellent remedy, eiiinu
luting Liver into bealtbv activity.
Kor It?jous Phoniere mid l.lver '<.'otnplalnts, U
Is an excellent remedy, producing many truly
remarkable cine-,, where other medicines had
prepared by t)h. i r. ,\vm fa., Practical
ami Analytical < heniists, Lowell, Mas-.., aud
sold all round the world.
price. $1.00 ri:n pottle.
may 11 c I y
For restoring Gray Hair lo
its natural Vitality and Color.
A dressing which
is at once agreeable,
healthj, and effectual
for preserving the
hair. Faded or gray
hair is soon restored
to its original eolor.
irith the alms and
freshness of youth
Thin hair i:t thick
ened, falling hair checked, and bald
rteas oftun, though not nlway?, cured
by its uso. Nothing can rotoro tbn
hair where tho follicles are destroyed,
or tho gland.* atrophied and decayed.
But such as remain can l>c tared for
usefulness by this application. Instead
of fouling the hair with a patdy rrdi
tnetit, it will keep i*. clean ana vigorous,
lie occasional uso will prevent the hair
from I inning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Froe
from I hose deleterious substances which
make some preparations dangerous, and
injurious to tho hair, the Vigor can
only henefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely for a
nothing el.-^o can be found so desirable).
Containing neither oil nor dye, it doc*
not Eoil wbito cambric, and yet lasts
long on tho hair, giving it a rich, glowy
luitrc and a grateful porf JUM.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Pbactical and Analytical Ovxtnurn,
LCnVKI./.. mass. ?
Tx.i :.z *; 00.
vra\ 1 I c It
THE- GREAT* ? LOQO -P.U RIFl E R.
i'o?.so-?iiiK powert ul invigorating
'Xhe.no lbltcis aro positively invuluMble tu
They purity tl.o system, and will ours
DYSPEPSI A' GENER?? DEBILITY.
ltemittcnt and Inti'iuiittent Covers,
and are a proven?va of Chllh and Forer.
? All jdeld to thpir powerful eflleaer.
Wt COQD fQRTH?M?N1AUQRG&NI7ATinM
ATS an antiuote to change of ?? aU and But.
to the wasted frame, ond correct aU
Will save days of suffering to tho sick, and
The grand Panacea fer all t be UL* of Ufa.
THY ONE- BOTTLE
*inglo, these lMtters are ua^V
^^equaUod and hare onen boon thaV
f means of wing life. X. .
* TR v one bottle. ^?
ti e?3t">0*j" I a*d mv tjasa r??w.; .
/7T Jl.1T*^ 'Mi A fT IXTf
VrOTICE.?All Persons II?t
1 \-?ng drsnaode aeaiaU ibe Hetato of the
lato John TionaeX tVrtll ftnteV ia iccoint of
them duly attested to, and those ihdebtod
will make payment to the undersigned.
JOHN P. B?NNRTT,
/ 11 i T ' 2 Fxeeutor.
Oraaseburlr Mafrcn loth, 1873. il
HE WHO FIGHTS
Against a strong and lively competitor in trade, must derate himself entirely te hie buei
n?s? He meet k?o* hia raarkwt and auli bla customers,
Ay the aeleelien ef hia ateek, and hjr hia prices must invite trade. He who
with the idea that ear aort ef good* will do #
WILL LIVE ""
Te repent hia felly. A flrst-olaas atoek, sad the ability te sail at the cheapest prices will
euahle a aaerokant*
Successfully any oppoaitien and to conquer success. Let caatomer* eeaaa in. Whether
tiny buy ray Groceries, l'nre Liquors, Segars and Oeeda or aot, if they are pleased they
Tba brat Steek ef firooeries and the Cheapest. A full line ef Whiskies. Horse* Stabled
srvd eared tor at moderate rates. A devotion to business. These are ear gaarautees.
Try me. I>. HORTJOH.?.
roar I e ly
1 .iJ J.- PI.'- ju IS? Jl >fl'K'.
A MAN WHO
Stalls Fi sir<ess should "ge in" t* win. In opening the Enterprise Saloon, ths Sabseribtr
In a full snd Coed Sloes of Liquors, that would ?ommend thenisilves to all. and by cour
tesy and attention to plso* all whotiied litin
j The nseessity of admitting that be was a fair dealer. Thoss whe drank from
: The Faucet of the Lager Beer Barrel
t- ? wwtk e at?riaQtnsd should ')o ?afisfie t and hi indneed te return. Hs dot era in
ell dar and think
? osi ta establish a reliable eustom. Tlo bas fneeeeded. From Monday worms; 'he rusk
\ From the tin - that hi? anaon .eira iat
j is nay1 into the paptrs and~
Upen tue notice ef the pnblte, until now, the ss'e of Liquors, Segars ??1 Tobacco ha*
continued with urn hated peirenag*.
Deors, and hearty wrlcome kas bean the motte, and
. The nnd^r igned returns his thanks for the liberal support he La? received and heg? It?
eontinuanee at the ENTERPRISE SALOON, ke.pt ^
BY J. HERMAN WAHLERS.
j ftb \b ly
i i sea ?i .?- ivii?u ._eta _! . jz^nj 1 1 ? ~.!3.-?-s.!ij-jl; '-i-e?t.u. -
! New Goods
! ARRIVING BY EVERY
I NORTHERN STEAMER,
GEO. H. CORNELSON.
J la order te bo prepared for ths demands of the season, I am receiving large aupplioa ef
all tho varioaa goods ueeded at this tima of the year, suoh as
P'antation Supplies, Tools. Flows, Iron.
And everything else necessary to make a ernp. I am Agent for the following raluablo
and established ManwreC : ,
ETI WAN GUAN'\
ETI WAN DISSOLVED TtONE,
ETI WAN CK >P FOOD.
ATLANTIC ACID PHOSPHATE.
E FRANK COE'S PHOSPHATE.
LAND PLASTER LIME AND BAIT.
All the above Manures are offered at nmnufscturers prioes will hi sold at the asms
terms ssat the works and will be delivered if requested st any depot on the8outh Carolina
jeb 1 (itO. H. OORNELSON.
K1_L uadt- ! i I_-1- . - 1.. J L -1 J. IL . X -'
RUSSELL-STREET, ORANGEBURG, S. C.
The Sobaeriher takes great pleasare ia announcing to his FRIENDS and the COM
MUNITY that he has OPENF.D a FIRST-CLASH HOTEL, at the Lafg* Residence recent
ly eeeupied by Mr. Dane Wannamaker. Comfortable Accommodations, a Bounteous
Table and Ceurteui Attention are Uaaranteed
jan (8~3aa J. W. II. DIKES.
.|,J_ti_. K.JL-l.U1...1. .... l?JLi~~L,*J~*tJil~~L-- -t-TJl iJl's'aIll,
THE PA LA CE OF MY STOOK OF
Beady Made Clothing and Ladies Dross
Good's will be offered for the next 30
davs at and BELOW COST for the
jr. IvIrVtJI %RA~S.
i jnn 11
JUST ARRIVED FROM TIIK ABOVE MARKfcT
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
aLS< > A FULL STOCK OF
FAMILY . GROCERIES
CALL SOON AND
?a 7 1). T, O TJ L B ,
n-,r -rnarr.ir ??^....?iiA.,-. '^:u^^T?rfa.-7irri iiiTaKcaBBat?^
REGULAR DAILY TRADE.
ANOTHER TRAIN JUST . N AND FILLED \TITn
AND CUSTOMERS SHoYpiNG AT
ULI SCOVILL & PIKE,
M?V.ing ?ci?ci.ii)u from tlicir Extraordinary Lirge tnd V.irlcrl Slack ?f
Tbeir ?ssortmen(, with constant additions, is
Unth as to STYLKS and QUALITIES.
Jhcir facilities ill drawing supplies from desirable Markets
FOR THE CASH
Enable them to make tbe best pnsaib'e RATES, will*'? i* the OLD ftULR em
tioued from iu ORGANIZATION ?
Girin'? an experienee of 30 years in Business.
Economy and Enterprise together with the En^rpy aud csntlemanlT depart
ment of all their Assistants, are always found at tho OLD ESTABLISH KD
BULL, SCOVILL & PIKE.
may 25 s ly
\ffofcf.nuiFop,M Tiir ri m.ic that uk is stii.i. <\\rr?in? on the car
W riaire Making in ?11 it* various branches nn<l will Mannfacture er Repair at tbt
Shortest Notice, all Carriages. Bfiprgioa or Wagons. And am also prepared wits?
NEW PRESS AND C, s! TO GIN AND PACK COTTON
SHORT NOTICE. Cotton GINNED at MV mill ha* brought f-om\ (o 1 cent store
than ?hat dinned on the common 'ft?.
eet \\<) U ly ? _t-^ It RlOfl?,
so IT Ii ( aiiouna hailkoai)
CtiitLKSTOH, 8. C. December ^fltM**-)?;)
ON AND AFTER Sl'SPAY DECEMBER'
24. the Passenger Tfiiu on the Seutk
Csrolirfa Railroad will run nt follows.
for AtlOl'STA. .,
rifttK j' * i * fJ !?'? ? - ? ba <??. on ?
Leave Chi*r7estoo.....8,10 A. M.
Arrive at Angela.:.4.'IC P, M. '?
Leave Charleston.8.10 A. *f.
Arrive at Columbia.../.-..4.06 F/ 'A.
?? ... fto'rj r*ai
f.tave Augusta.7.40 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 Y. M.
Leave Columbia.........7.40 A. M.
Arrive at Caarleetoa. ..?30 r. *f.
enaocca wiLMiauToc Taain
Leave Augusta.-.1 00 A. M.
Arrive at Kingville.-V.OO A
Leave Kii.gviUe.12.80 1*
Arrive at Augusta.C SO r. M.
ACGI STA kic1it IX T RSSS-S s5dats X xc fcrVrfsV
Leave Charleston.8.20 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.7.80 A. M. ?
Lesve Augusta.6.00 P. M
Arrive at Charleston.6.66 A. M.
colimbia xtunT Lira ess?tvxi>ats axn*>T*'((,
Leave Hiarleaton...7.10 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia .X. M.
Les-e Columbia.8.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.7.00 A. M.
Leave Summrrrille at..7.26 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston at.8.40 A. M.
Leave Charleston at.8.80 P. sf.
Arrive at Summervilic at.4.44 T. M,
Leave Camden.6 16 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.10.40 A. M.
Leave Columbia.1.46 P. M.
Arrive at Camden. 6.26 P. M.
Dar and Night Train? make close oooaee
tiott at Augusta with Georgia Railroad sad
Night Train connects with Macea anna)
Columbia Night Train connects witat*
(?reenviile and Colunibia Hailroad, and wiikt
Charlotte Road to points North.
Camden Train connects at Kingville daily ..
( except Sundays) wi?h L'%j Passenger Train,
and nrus through to Columbia.
A. L. TVLER. Vice-Presideat.
8. B. Pickeks, General Ticket Agent.
Doors, Sashes, Blind3, <S,c*
T O A Ll%
Mamirjicturor a::il D(iiterf'J*-*
No. 20 Tl?>! e Ftr -ct and ID.rlbeck's Wharf
rilARLKSTOX, R. Oi?
f?J?y Thi? i? the Larjoat nnd w??s? Com.
plete Fact?>)-;?' of the kind in th* SomUsxa
State? end all articles in this line caa be
'urn'.shed by Mr. P. l\ To.vl.aat prises which
X>Qr A pamp .lot with fWI -nd detailed
i list -?f all ? x.-s *f DaKrs Ssshesirnd Blieds.
and.lhe prices of each, m Ul br sent free see
pest Paid, an app?catin.I to
; P. I?. TOAI.B, *
CHAP. LESION. S.
july* l.V wee
MONK! LANXOT JJir IT!
For .Sight i? Friede*?!'
BUT THE DIAMOND SPECTACLE* Win.
If yon valae your Fycsigkt aae these Per.
feet Lenses, Ground from Mioute Crystal
Pebbles. Melted together, and derive taedr
name "Diamond" ea account of their Hard''
nest and nrilliahcy. They will last assay
y sars without change, . and are warrant en
superior to all others in asc.
Manufactured by tWo Spencer Option*
Manufacturing Co., New York.
CAUTION.?None Gennfng unless stamp
ti with our trade mark. ? VBtn
For 8ale by Responsible Agents Ihroagk
otil the Union.
E. J OLITIROS,
j?n 20?ly Orangeburg, 8. C.
Citizens' Savings Bank
OF SOUTH CA MOLINA,
Orangeburg Branch. '
Will pay J TF.U CENT. INTEREST e?
SPECIAL DEPONIT? ami 6 PER CE?T. on
SAV.NG8 DEPOSIT?, Compounded Semi
amoral Finance Commitif*.
Hon THOR. W OLOVKR.
Col. PAUL S FKLDKU.
Capt JN?. A. HAMILTON.'
JA8. II. FOWMCtJiil'
mar 21 jaa elw
- ? -4-1 ?*- _1 <;; *n '*
At Private Sale.
rnilF. PLANTATION forming a part of
1 the Estate of the late Col. Keitf, aae
kuown as the DARBY PLACE. The traeV
consists of about <r<>0 acres, one half woE'
Timbered, the remainder Hick, Bed, Loam *
Soil, adapted to < tons ,.f .ill Itjnds. These
are the Finest Lands in the District, aatsp
wore valued at $ JU per acre ia 1864V jWeestjll
be sold for one-hall tba' , rice now. I
fourtai cash, the remair ?r in three iai
menu bearing interest from date sad '
enred by tnortgag* of I ho same.
This |a a splendid ohanoo for an# -yao 4?.
siring to secure Rich Lands, fine Water Paar?
or, excellent Cattle Range and a Renacor
Neighborhood. Apply to
Sirs. L. M. KRfTT.
*> ' -J 0?;#aTPT, Essae,
y ft.eua t ?ft?M a4a?n x_v?rt \
v>- to $24> pjfc>H OAYi s%l?cstaj
Qt) WANTED I Aft classes of working
people, *f witker s%**, y^u^^n^aV^?ka e
more money st work for us in their ?a*Ve
moBients-. or air the time, than at anything
Oho.. glVrtculars f rj ?. Add moo .
O 8TIM80.V A Pf*.t
1 ?ep: '?' -lo mjsj^ Poffltk l, Maine.