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Girls Sl\^v^eaf^ Dfji^s
"A-aother has no right to brina: up a
daughter without teaching her how to
keep house; and if she has an intelligent
regard for her daughter* happiness . wili
not do it.
rlo not mean merely knowing how Looks
should be arranged ou u centre table,
and how to toll servants what is wanted
to be dono. Wo mean how to got a
breakfast a ?diowbr,suppor; how ; to
tnate a bed: how tu sweep ;i room; how
to So tfid "trJousrind and one dillVivnf
things which are requisite to keen a
house iu order, and to make it picas
ffMSf J?A'r* OSTAJItt.l.iri
^fl"pi?T%brrw;ft8TfJoes lint kunw how to
rBMNAg'wcll does nr.t know how to
nsndi wftkesAipibr the want of knowl
edge iu a mistress'.
A laruily employed a git I to do ten
oral housework, ono ctmfe just nt\iighr
?nderte Grst thing as'signcd to her ?.
do was to wash the supper dishes. Sin
Avrishrd them in cold water, and without
80? p !
A got.tWnkfr'Vnt hSmo ^gi^^'rl
picco c^fc^jmdjr qu^jjtjty oOra' fc^g
ter house steaks! When he sat down to
dinner he learned that the new couk
had roasted the steaks !
Yet inanv. a boanUnr house n)is< at
the time <d' h?r niarraige nvght mak
cither of these mistakes.
Not one woman in a thousand know
how to make bread UK c?orT as it can be
made. And HBOUf tempers, scoldings,
dyspepsia, with its indiserihahlc hor
ror.?, und even death itself, not unfro
quently result from bud. cooking.
Mothers, whatever else you may ton It
yTanr d.iughtcro do not neg'cel to instruct
thcni io till the mysteries of housekcep
ing. 80 shall you put I horn in the way
" oTpnndTn^hr.ndsand happy homes.
of Heliotrope, Migoiouetto,and I'unsios,
placed in Wludows, will sweeten the nir
of aii dwiiifagar y m j /:; r ? r
1 ho seamstress, and nil of the labor
plfrfi iMiiiaKtni Vn?W ti' wiud-WK to
^.l^ct^r^thc atmosphere fresh nud pure, und
i * act as a disinfectant. Wo can also use
tho petals of llus s, Violets, Pinks
rJ ubdjpivii, etc., to pnrdueu a swci'.t per
!eV or hoodnii j and b
dern sei' vice it can bo \ w
Fill u small wide-mouthed jar with
ether, and use a glass stopper, dipped ii
fUtglycqnuc, to thoroughly ckcludc. the air.
Fill this jar With tho fresh petals u
any fragrant jdaut, cut after the dew i
dry; nud ftrlljitl^j perils should bo la -A .
but clusters of Uoliotrope can bo cut. oO
close to. the stems. 'Ether po^sesM-s t :,
property of takiug up tho fragrant
...particles from iu w rs, and every da) the
old petals nuiM be taken oat. and irc.-h
*^**m><\. ? <:? ? . ? 4
antaenit.tr jn/ , . ? ? . 7
Quantities oT flowers" are required, bu
wH'A the ether is -all evaporated, it wili
leave an .essential oil of the flower, ami
3 or 4 drops of it, added to decodo. i/od
alcohol, will g&2affie?eh^5!cxtra(rl [
iyr All delicious odoi\j caii bo imprisoned
in deodorized alcohol, which is made b)
mt lijier'ntr punt spirits thr ?ugIt auimul
charcoal or bonu bhick i ?owdor. 1
over Jliuuy, tl.ufS, U,.d j,
T^tsfM fvl14 nn
tile tof, fllNnuk/a gcbd^lrV
Fill it with the bone black, nud .uui
iu the uleohol, hanging the Lai over it
bowl, so thut the liquid will dr >p into
it. T?ke jars aj described above, au !
till _lhcu> hull full with the nkohol, ami
then fill up with pea Ja loaves, Istiiot;
peel, slices of pine apple, rnspberrissi
cherries, strawberries?indeed, any thiug
from which you may desire to uxtr?ci
the essence, aCofiybjAvililjuvMas line -n
lacturcr can furnish you.
The avcragi extent and cos' of a lad, V
trou?euu is not to be inferred from that
of the Miss Rothschild of London, win
a\ few weeks ago, became Mrs. Hint
Yorkc, aud not couliuo burself lo
????IliTlsJHrwWT^ in dozon daaotat-. Tlio
Jloud street milliner to whom the order
for the ^roussfuu was given, had in
structions'Ay sjofcX^twclvc. dozen ?.f
every artrbls wbrclr it was VMlftrl the
bounds of possibility for u lady to re
quire. Pen and powers fail to portray
a-^JesV^?., w?IIt^ws?r^m^ that
trousseau. The cost happily ^concerned
fTToan*|*n1iS?.lioUteohjlds, bix% it must have
Leen considerable, for one of those
evening dres20aVe\l?ai? sYuAld .'roqair'e
?^vyyiifds of^rWeL' *v,:*,,
(iIf you wish tjpibo miserable," says
t'hns. Kingslcyf'?yfj'u'i*nsi think about ,
' **yTOl<r\,Ft -atddt^lfat' ydfVwitftt;Vlu t
yosdrJilte^fijjat. MU?piypcoplc^ught to
trl?rrn ydu nelljH^HsHlf bo pure'. Y?*%
wil| spoil everything you touch ; you wili
make sin and misery for yourself out of
everything God sends you ; you will bo
se wretched as you choose."
^Ato.iMlY Vi' LAW.
WE1 j.ivioii d iu (hc Courts otjQutANOE
B?RO un 1 BAllNWliiL.
OFFVE COURT MOUSE SQUARE.
?Feb 22d lly
A/er's Cathartic Pills,
For all the purposes
/..!'! .WOOi V,
of a Laxative
Perhaps no one modi*
cine is so mil vcrsalljr
required by every
body as a caUiartlo,
nor was cvor any bo
foro so universally
adopted into use, In
every country and
among nil classes, as
Ulis mild but efficient
purgative Pill. The
obvious reason Is,
that it is a more relia
ble and Tar more ef
fect ud remedy than any other. Tlioso who have
tried it, know that it cured thorn. thot>e who have
not, know tltat it eures their neighbors and friends;
and all know that what it docs onco It does at
ways ? Hi.ii it never fails through any fault or ncg
glei t of its noinpositiou. Wc have thousands upon
thousands ot'ccitiileates ul' their remarkAblocuree
of the following complaints, hut such ouroe are
known in every neighborhood, aud wo nood not
pnMi -h them. Adapted to all ugos and conditions
in all climate.^; containing neither oalomej nor any
ilcleti-i inns drug, they may bo tnken with safety
by anybody. Their sugar-coating preserves theia
ever fresh,and makes Uiom pleasant to take, while
in nig purely vegetable, no harm can arise from
their use iu any quantity.
Tin-?' operal? b\ I heir "powerful inlluenco on the
internal visuorA to pudfv the blood and stimulate
it Into Iwalthy aetioo ?Veinovo Uio obstructions
of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of
Uio body, roatoring their irregular action to health,
?ml by corroding, wheravoi they exist, such de
mngcinonts as are the llrst origin of disease.
Minute directions are given in the wrapper on
the box, for the following complaints, which these
Villa ranidly cure: ?
For l?r?p'e|?~l.? or anrllg-osiloa, ClnfTcss.
Urs?, Lunrunr and ? nss of .4 ppftltv, they
should tie taKCn moderately to stimulate the stom
ach, and ro.-toro its healthy tone and action.
For l.itor <?t>>uplulnf and its various symp
toms, slllioua llt'iitltichs, (tick H???.
it che. .Iumi<lU?> or (Irrru Mickueaa, nil.
lou? C'ollr and Itllioua Fprrnt, ihoy should
he judiciously taken for each case, to correct the
till ea icd action or remove the obstruction^ which
ITor. ?ys^ntery or Diarrhoea, but one
mild dosojii^ftenorajlr inquired.
For lllH'iiiii.nlsm, <.out, firn?rl, Pal.
pitution of tlio npiiri, I'uln In th?
NIOr. iincii and BiOtae, they should lie contin*
uotiely taken, ns required, to change the diseased
notion of the system. \\ ith buch change those
Kor Urops.r and Ikropslrtsl NwrlHuiri
tbey should be taken in tnr^e and frequent doses
to nraunea thoeffect ofa orasUc purge.
tor Stiipprowion a large dose should bo
taken ;b it produce^ Uie desired effect by sym
As a ntttnrr 1'ill. lake ine or two Pill* to
ytromoto digestion and relieve the btomach.
An ow*u?ionn) it" <(.' stimulates Hie stomach snrl
bowels into healthy action, restores the appetite,
and invigorates flie system. Itenre it is often ad
vantageous where no serlou i derangement exists.
One \\ln> feels tolerably well, often finds that a
dose "t Uiese Pill* makes hint feel decidedly bo?
ter, from their cleansing and renovating effect oa
the digestive apparatus.
l>r. ./. C. A \ T l! A- < <>.. Practical fhcinitU,
i.o'.rrr.t.. wrxsv.-. u. g. a.
?111! V I I
Ay^r's Ague Cure,
For Fover nnd Apruo, LntTtnittonl Fover,
Chill Fever, ltomittont Fover, Dumb
Aguo, Periodical or Bilious Fover, dto.,
and indood all tho ntroctions which arise
from malarious, marsh, or miasmatic
No one remedy is londcr
called |'or by the necessities of
the American people than a
sure and safe cure for Fever
and Agile. Suc.U wo are now
oitnbled to offer, with a perfect
certainty that it will eradicate
tho disease, nnd with nsMir
ance, jRvtinrfajl -*>n proof, Uiat no harm can arise
from its use Iu any quantity.
Thnt which protects fiein or prevent* this dis
order mnst bo of Immense service In the com
munities where il prevails. Prevention Is bettor
than, cure, for I he patient escapes the risk which
he must run in violent attacks ol this baleful d|?.
temper. This "CciiK" expels tho miasmatic
poison of FKvr.it axi> Ac.ri: from the syrtcm.
and prevents the development of the disearo, if
taken on the first approach of Its prt-ouinitory
symptoms. Il is not oulr the best remedy ever
yet ?tiscovered Cor Uli? olaM of comnlainnt, bat
also tho cheapest. Ttio largo quantity we hup
plv for n dollar brings ii within tho reach of
every bod v; nnd in bilious districts, where
Fkvku ami AW OB proVal|S, everybody should
have it, nnd use it freely, both for euro and pro
tactiop. It is hniicd this price will place it wiUiia
the reach of all ? tho poor as well as the rich.
A great superiority ot this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of luUirmlltoiits is, that it contains no Qui
nine or mineral; consequently it produces no
quinum or other injnrioiin effects whatever upon
the oonetAullon. Those cured by it aro loft as
hcallliy !l* if l'icy liad never had the disease.
Fever and Ague is not alone the consiMjnenco
of tho miasmatic poison. A great variety of dis
orders arise from its irritation, among which
are Neuralgia, Rheumatism^ (Jo-nt, Headache,
Ulindness, ToothachOj Karaehe, Cntarrh. Asth
ma, ratpfbition, Painful Affection of the Spleen,
Hysterics, Pain iu the Jiowels, Colic, Parolyils,
and derangement t>f the Stomach, all of whirl,,
I when oriK",ftli,,o ?d- r'l,",e, |?ut on U.p !d
terinituiU typo, or become periodical. This
"Ctinr." expels Uio poison from the blood, and
conseqiientlv cures thoni all alike. It is an in
valuable protection to Immigrants and persons
travelling or temporarily residing In the mala
rious district*. If taken occasionally or daily
while exposed to tho infection, Hint will be ex
creted from Uio system, aid cannot accumulate
in sufHeient quantity to ripen into disease.
Hence it is even more valuable for protection
than cure; and few will over suffer from Inter*.
.Utents if they avail themselves of the protee
of Uie T.lver, it Is art excellent remedy, sum
For Liver Coi
nqifabdf, arising from torpld
ulating the I.lver into healthy activity, and pro
ducing many truly remarkable cures, whore
other medicine* fail.
Dr. J. C. AYEReVCO., T.owcll, Mass.*
J'rnctiriil atut Analytical Chemists,
AND 90I-D ALL ROUND THR WORLD.
I'll ICE, $t.OO Vr.B BOTTLE.
i ay II c ly
/iTHfc* GREAT" BLOOD PURIFIER
l'o-sesMig powoiful invlfrorat;ng
Thc.^o Hitters tuo pMillVily iii\alu?blo in
?&S Je j ^IM )1 ajJ J'VsiiKv X Slill?lftlJl!
ti>ui?B aannriTi-iiiii laBBl iii^
Uhey purify tho system, end wiU cute
Remittent and Intermittent Fevers,
, and an? a prgygndvo cf Ch?? and Fever,
^t^y^yjl a^*j|^fl j i d j t ] y Ipj^yi^I^I ^lijj^
. Ad yiwld to Ibrir powerful efficacy.
aw an antiflote to cbange cf rt ale ? and Diet,
to the wxsted frame, and correct all
IRREGULARITY OFTHt *b OWEL.S .
AViU *uv flrtya of suffering to the tiefe, and
The grand Tsnaoca fur all the ills of life.
TRY ONE BOTTLE
JITiMaMT/ln Young er Old, MarriedV^CTICE.
^rot Single, these Ritte? are un^V
Stquailed and have often been tfeeV
means of saving life.
4W s Tny^O NI IOTTLI, >
Inform his FHiEMDS thnt ho has MOVED ioto tho BUILDING lately occu
pied us tho
Who ho intends t? open a FIE&T CLASS
And will pay strict attention to.tho
UEIIA1IUNG UK WATCHES, CLO'JKS AND JEWELRY.
Wii, always teep on hand CL?CKS, W?TCIIKS, J KW EL RY, lino CUT
LKRY. l'LATKD WARE, SILVER- WARE, and
LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS.
LOGIC OTT FOll THIS OLD SIGN OF THE
BIG W .YTCII.
mar 8 tt oo
J. AVA T, l..VC 10 C.V^s^STOrs
a lull si.n't
GROCERIES, Toit.\Ct O.
GIGADS, AND ' ANOY
V> K 1 .v It ROOT I'll" MS,
Wiilt , complete Mlook of
L'llOlCh idOCOKS from
ilii- very ..est
down t'> a
OF WHICH IS OFFERED LOW FOD CASH.
Give mo a call J. WALLACE CANNON,
mar 21) j in LS Lightfuct's Old Stand.
HE WHO FIGHTS
Apaiusl u s.ir<.i.v and lively compelitnr i:i trade. tnu>f devote hitnsClf entirely to hie busi
ness. He tin ?i kn<'.v Id- market and suit his custom ?rs,
Ay I he selection of his ?lock, an 1 by Iiis prices musl invite trade. Ua who
v ith tin. idea th.it anj. sort i*r goods v.-ill do
To repent his Tolly. A first-class stock, and the ability to .sell at the ch \ipe.U price* w '.'A
cnubie a merchant
Sneer* fully nt y opposition and !o conquer smfess. Let cMstotnevs rnmo in. Whether
they buy my Giocciies, I'ure Liquors, Scgars and Gooils or not, if they are pleased i...\
The best Slock of Ciroceiies. and the Cheapest. A full line of Whiskies. Horses gfnblcd
and enred :or at moderate rules. A devotion to business. Those ar ? mv guarantees.
Try me. ?. i>. KOHTJOH V.
mar I c lv
A MAN WHO
Starts Husinoss should "go in" tu win. In opening the Futei-pH-f Saloon, the Subscriber
dctei mined lo
In a full ami (iotid Slork of Liquors, thai would commend themselves I? all, and Wy cour
tesy ami attention to place all who>lried him
The necessity of admitting that he was a fair denier. Those wl*> drunk from
The Faucet of the Lager Beer Barrel
(if hi? Saloon he determined should be satisfied and be induced to return. II?: determin
ed lo work all day and think
?oiy In establish n reliable custom. He has succeeded. From Monday morning the rush
From the time that his aniioniieomcnt
its way 'r?#fo the papers atvl
Cpon the notice the public, until now, Ihc salo of Liquors, Scgars and Tobacco has
? um inued with ueubated patronage.
Doors, and be arty wel??>mo baa s*cn the motto, and
The under-igrrtjd ratnrns-hi* thanks for thu liberal support ho has reooivod and begs its
.COininuMn* atlbe ?HTCUPRISK SALOON, kept
BY J. HERMAN WAHLERS.
feb li ^
ARRIVING BY KVRRY
GEO. H. CORNELSON.
In order to he prepared for the demands of the season, I um receiving large supplies of
nil the ?various goods needed at this time of lbs year; such as
Plantation Supplies, Tools, Plows, Iron,
And everything elss necessary to make n crop. I um Agent for the following valuable
and established M.inures :
KTTWAN GUAN? \
ETI WAN DISSOLVED RONE,
KT 1 WAN OKI ?I* FOOD.
ATLANTIC ACID PHOSPHATS.
E FRANK COK'S PHOSPHATE,
PERUVIAN OCA NO.
LAM) PLASTER LI ME AND SALT.
All the above Manures are offered at manufacturers prices will be Hold at the same
t'-riiis as at thu works an?l will be delivered if requested ut any depot on the South C.-irolina
job I GEO. H. CORNELSON.
RUSSELL-STREET, ORANGEBURG, S. C.
The Subscriber lake* great pleasure in announcing to his FKIF.NDS and the COM
Ml MTV that he has OPENED a UliST-CLASH HOTEL, at the Large Residence rcocnt
lv occupied by Mr. Untie Wnnuatnaker. Comfortable Accommodations, a Dounteous
Table ami Courlcus Attention arc Uunraitteed.
jan IS??in J. W. II. DIKES.
REGULAR DAILY TRADE.
ANOTHER TRAIN JUST IN AND FILLED WITH
AND CUSTOMERS SIIOPPLXG AT
COVILL k PIKE
Making Selection from their Extraordinary L-irgcmJ Variod Stock of
GENERAL MEltCHAJN DISE.
Their assort incut, with constant additions, is*
Doth as to STYLES and QUALITIES.
Their facilities iu drawing supplies from desirable Markets
FOR THE CASH
Enable them lo mako the best pn?sih'e RATES, which is tho OLD RVhH con
tinued from its ORGANIZATION?
Giving nn experience of HO years in Business.
Economy ;,nd Enterprise together with the Energy and irontleronnly deport
ment of oil their Assistants, are always fouu.l at tho OLD ESTABLISHED
DULL. SCOVILL & PIKE.
nny t?3 c ly
ITfOl'I.Ii INFOPM TDK PUBLIC THAT HE IS STILL CARRYING ON THE CAR
f V riatro Mnkitig in all its various branches, nnd will Manufacture er Repair at the
Shortest .Notice, all Carriages, Duggirs or Wagons. - And am also prepared with
NEW PRESS AND G . TO GIN AND PACK COTTON
SHORT NOTICK. Cotton GINNED AT MV MILL haa brought f-om \ to \ cent mo e
than that Ginned on the common G?m. %
>pl 2?ly il, RIG GS.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
Chabikhtom, S. C. December 28,'l871.
ON AND A PTE II 8DNDAY DECEMBER
?Jl. iho Passenger TnAn on the South
i "u i oliim Knilroad will run as follows.
Leave Charleston.8.10 A. M.
Arrive at August?.l ib P. M.
Leave Charleston.-8.10 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.0G P. V.
Leave Augusta........7.40 a. M.
Arrive a- Charleston.8.20 P. M.
Leave Columbia...7.40 A. 94.
Arrive ot Charleston.8,20 P. M.
TIIROOaU w1lmimotom train
Leave Augusta.8.00 A. M.
Arrive st Kingville...9.00 a.iff.
Leave Kiugvillo.-12.80 P. M.
Arrive nl Augusta.8 80 P. M.
AUOUSTA MIOIIT EXTaESS?sum dats KXCRrTBO
Leave Charleston.....-8.80 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.7.80 A. M.
Leave Augusta .-6.00 P. M
Arrive st Cburlcston.-6.56 A. M.
COLUMBIA MIGHT KXFRKS8?SVKDATS BXCBn
Leave Charleston.-7.10 P. at.
Arrives! Columbia.-7.30 A. M.
Leave Columbia.6.00 P. M.
Arrive st Charleston......7.00 A. M,
s c mmi: It v I l.t.K Tit AIS.
Leave Summerville at.;.-7.26 A. M.
Arrive at Chariest on at.8.46 A, M.
Leave Charleston at.8.80 P. M.
Arrive at Suinmcrville at....AA'>V. If.
Leave Camden.-.6.16 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.10.40 A. M.
Leave Columbia.1.45 P. M.
Arrive at Canada*....... 6.25 P. 'ml.
T)ny anil Nicht Trains make close connec
tion at Augusta with Georgia Railroad and
Night Train connects with Slacon and
Culumbia Night Train connects with
(ircenville and Columbia Uailronif, ami with
Ciinrlotte Itond ts>points North.
Cantlen Train connects at Kingville daily
(except Sundays) with Day rassenger Train,
ami runs through"fa Colwiwfcia.
A. L. TYLER, Vicc-rreeident.
8. It. 1'ick-v.ns, General Tieket Agent.
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, &c
p p TO? T.T?5
jl ? _a_ ? jl J.Ja. jl4 y
Manufacturer and Dealer,
So. 20 Hayn? Street and llorlbcck'a Wbnrf
CHARLESTON* S. 0.
gfjT" This is the Largest and mosi Cow*
plote Factory of the kind in the Pnnlherrs
Slates, nod all ?ptivlcs in this line can bo
furnished by Mr. V. P. ToAtaal prices whiclr
Brj)T A pamphlet with full and detailed
list iif nil s zes of Doors Sashes and Blinds,
and the prices of oaeh. will be lent free and
post Faid, on appHcatiod to"
: p. p. toai.e,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
july 15 " wee
5?0NEY CANNOT BUY IT!
For SiKht Is Priceless!!
UUTTI1E DIAMOND SPECTACLES WILI*
TRADE laCIE^ KMsM
If yon value your Fyesight use these Per
feet Lenses, Ground from Minute Crystal
Pebbles, Melted together, and derive their
name *'Diamond" en account of their Hard
nest and Brilliancy. They will last many
years without change, ajid are warranted
MiperWr le all others in uao.
Manufactured by the Spencer Optical
Manufacturing Co.. New York.
('ACTION.?Sons Geniting unless ?tan??'
et\ with ear trade mark.
For Sale by Respouaible Agents through,
out the Union.
E. J. OL1YER08.
jun 20?ly Orangeburg, 8. 0.
Citizens' Savings Bank
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
WrtI pay 7 PER CENT. INTEREST eat
SPECIAL DEPOSITS and 6 PER CENT, en
SAYiNOS I>i:POSITS, Compounded Semi.
Isocul Finance Committee.
Hon. THOS. W. GLOVKR.
Col. PAUL S. FKLDKR.
Capt. JNO. A. HAMILTON.:
JAS. H. FOWLES,
mar 23 jan ely
At Private Sale.
TUB PLANTATION forming a part of
tho Batata of the late Col. Kein, and
known as the DARBY PLACE. The tract
consists of ah out ttOO acroo, oue half wclk
Timbered, the remainder Rich, Red, Loan)
Soil, adapted to Crops of nil kinds. Thee*
are (ho Finest Lands in the District, ainj
irere valued at $*J0 per acre in 1866. Wcido}
ho sold for one-halt th*? ,riee new. Oato
fourth cosh, t)ie rem air er in three inMai
ments bearing interest from date BBsi BSV
cured by mortgage of t ho same,
This is u Bplendul chance for ane >y?e de.
?iring to saeute Rich Lands, One Water Pew*
or, excellent Cattle Range and a Kcfinee
Neighborhood. A pplv ta .
?Irs. Iv M. KE1TT.
Or J G KKITT, Ksq,
O to ft'jo pek DATt A so at sa
t>) WANTED 1 All classes of working
people, of cither sex, young or old, tank?
more money at work for us in their soars
momenta, or all the time, than at anything
else. Particulars free. Address
G STINSON A C#.,
??r' "lo gHPonlind, Mai?a,