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mum '-f " '-''-"?
t*1 a?twi wa?Wfty.
How appropriate to the present time
i.s ihe beautiful, but sad paragraph be
low. Every day Joes this litt 1x3 sentence
jjject the eye. Died yesterday:
"Died yesterday," so-and so. Every
day a flower is plucked frbui some sunny
home?a breach is made in s uno happy
eirclo?a jewel stolen from some troosu
ry of love.
Each day, from summer fields of life,
Borne harvest disappears?yea, every
hour same sentinel falls from the ramparts
into eternity. Even as we write, the funer
ul of one who "died yesterday," winds like
a winter, shadow along the streots.
"Died yesterday " Who died* l'er
taps it was a gentle babo, fciuless as an
tingle, pure as the zephyr's hymn?one
whose laugh was'as the gu-h of Summer
rills loitering in the bower of roses?
whose life was but a perpetual litany?
a May-time crowned with the passion
flowers that never fade.
Or, mayhap it was a youth hopeful,
happy and gcuorous, whose path was
hemmed by flowers, with not a serpmt
lurking underneath?one whoso soul
pauted for communion with the groat
and good, and reached for the gricrd >n
in the distance, llut that heart is still
now, ho "died ycs'.erday."
"Died yesterday." A young girl pure
as the orange flowers that clasped her
forehead was stricken down as she sto.nl
nt the alter?and from the strong aisles
( f the temple, she was borne to the
"garden of iho slumbcrcrs.'
A tall, crowned man, girl with the
halo of victory and at the day's close,
under his own viuc and fig tree fell to
dust even as the anthem upon his lips;
and ho too, was laid "where tho fore
fathers of the rude hamlet sleep"
An aged patijarch bowed with age
and cares, oven as he locked out upon
the distant hills fur the coming of the
angel hosts, sank into dreamless slumber
und on hi.-; door po^t is written; '-Died
?Died ycslerdny. Daily men, women
and children are pas-ur^r away' and
hourly in some grave yard the sod is
flung upon the dend.^ As o'tcn in the
morn, we find some flower that Id ish u]
sweectly in the sunset, was withered ui
^^fetcr??, ? daily, ?-.lien we ri e fro the
^BaWuac to stand against our p istsj we
miss some brother sol lior, wh >-1 uho >ry
? cry in tbo seiges and struggles of iho
past, has been as fire from lioavoti [upon
Each day SQIUO pearl drops IV en the
...jewel ibread uf friendship?SOUlolyro to
which wo huvo been wont to listen ,bm
been hushed forever, llut wise i* he
who mourns not the pearl and music
lost for life with him shall pass away
BltcDtly as all Eastern shadow from the
bills, and death be a triumph and
? ???? . ? ??
The First l!aby.
A.s son:q ftdks may not have been ih n
and as the editor ol the Athens Geor
gian has, we let him tell it in his own
"It is better than a circus to sec a
young man who has only a year or le s
r;_-o tool; himself a rib, arOttnd, with the
wee squall of the fust baby in the- in xf
room, lie is shut out from society lor
the once and givon a whole rnom in
vvhjoll to smoke, read or think, hut he
docs neither. He sits down for a while
but is up in a second and is walking in
Napolenio altitude around the room
with nothing bnt'visions of baby, p?<pa
und paregoric floating before his sleep
^ceding t yes. He tries: to read, hut he
jliiixes up baby .so with the novel thai he
lays the hook down and ventures;i smoke
This Buits him. He raises bis feet to
the inantlu and pufTs. Tim bluo smoke j
takes fantastic hums and in no time In?
soes lots of babies. Then hq b gins t
think what the boys will siiyj will the.
tease him etc., uulil he falls into a cat
nap to he awakem d by : utne of ihe obi
ladies who come in the rootu and in i
tuta; aVtfgferous st arch for something in
tlfb bureau drawers. She tells him it
a boy. He takes this little iu for mutton
with an energetic attempt at coohioss,
but the joy crops out and be gets cross
to bide his smiles, llut he feels so good
he wants to go out and sec somebody
He wauls somebody to tell them that he
has got u baby. I flic could only find
Homebody, he'd feel rclicveJ. Then
after n while, they tell him be can go in
und seo tbo youngster. How sheepish
the new dad looks. Ho seems afraid to
touch the baby, and he looks sorter
sideways at bis wifo and it takes an hour
or so generally to get him in his us.ua V
frame of mind. Then if there is any
body happier than he is?show him to
us. And wc know the man, and its a
I ?boy."> . O
><I Country post offices aro the ceutrcsof
im format ion in rural districts. "Old
Tiobnilities." wa hear, is about to estab
lish a Hystcm of telographio communi
cation with these post. offices; and bo
afford tlje farmers information which
will be of tho greatest value in Ch'. u tm
ngemcul of their crops
E> I ? J A?3M JLSOIS
ATTORNEY AT LA W.
Will practice iu tin? Courts of OKA NOK>
BUBO and BAUN WILL.
OFFICE COURT HOUSC SQUARE.
Fever and Ague,
from which mmk-ind sufft-r over a largo l,:irt ?f
the ?lob?, is ihc COUKCqucnco of a diseased action
in tli<* system, indueo?! by the poisonous miasin of
\ ? table decay. This exhalation is evolved by
the act I in of *u! it lient o>i wet noil, and rises ?ith
the watery vapor from it. While tho son i* beton1
the hoi is in tkic \ tpji Ungern near tht earth's wr*
fact', nnd the virus is taken with it through the
Inn (v Into the blond. There it net* rw an irritating
pois in on the internal vi iccra and excreting oru,nns
nf the body. The livir becomes torpid nnd fails to
?oer< to ?>ot only thii virus, kilt niso ihr bile fr;;ss
the bloid. Both the virus and the bile accumulate
in the cironlation. nnd pr?luco violent couslila
tional tlisoider. 'ike i^ileea, voc kidueyt, and tae
stomach sympathise witfi tbo lirer, ainl become
disordorol also. Finally, the instinct of onr or
p luisni, as if in an attempt :o expel me noxioue
infusion, concentrate:) ?'Q whole blood of the bsih/
in ill* internal cxcretiiries to fin er thoia to oo?t ft
out. The blood loives tho surface, aud rushes t*
the eenU -l er^arvt with congestive violeuu?. This
i? theCutiBut in ibis ctfort it fads. The* the
Fki rat follows, iu wh'u-ii the Wood Icavoi lb? *oo
ti-il oi ;mtrt nod rifhoj to the surface, is tf in
another ? dort to expel the irritating poisoo thromih
that othor p.ri->t excretory?tho skin. In due
aUo it Ml*, ajid the stein abandons tho attempt
exhausted, and traits for tho rccovory of rtrtrngth
to repeat the hopeless effort another dsy. These
arc th.(! fits or paroxysm* of FnvBR and Amis.
Sjch eonslitutiAbal disorder will of course omder
n>?'v the health if it i* not reuiove-L
Wi havo lube'^d to find, and tare band, aa
Ayer's Ague Cure,
?v hi oil neutralizes Una malarious poison hi lbs*
Mood, and stimulates the liver to expel It from the
body. As it should, so it does core this atHictm*;
dlsoi lor with perfect certainty. And it does mere,
or rather doe* what is of more lervice to ihoso ?ob?
\<- ?? to this infection, if taken in season it expote
it from the system a-n it i? nbsorhed, and thus keep*
the.se who use it free'from its attacks; keens tie
system in health although exposed Us tho disease.
Consequently it not only mires, but protects from,
tho great variety of afTcotions which are induced
by this malign int influence, such a* Itemittvtrt
Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb, or Masked A<*o,
Pcriodieal Headache, or liilioos IleadaHho, Billstss
Fevers, Neuralgia, Itbeuraatiam, Gont, BKodne*a>
Toothache, Baraohe, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpita
tions, Painful Affections of the Sploon, riy-.n-ri.-i,
Colie, Paralysis, and Painful Affections of tl?o
Stomach and Botvols, all of which, when atUing
from this cause, will be fouad to as*utce more or
lew ta* intermittent type. Thi* " Aoua Ccaa"
remove* tho cause of these derangements, and cum
This it accomplishc* by stitnulatlsg the oxere
torio* to expel tho virus trnru the system ; and
these or:;an . by degree* become habited to do thrs
their office of their own acrord. Donee arise* what
we term(wrlimatation. Time may accomplish the
sasie end, but often life is not long enough, er ?
sacrinccd in the attsmpt,while tl.i. " AgubCvu
doas it at once, and nith saftty. We have greeit
reason to believe this is a suit as wull as r.afcr
rvtuedv for the whole class of d?amaca whi?h ase
caur.vd by the nifastnatlc iiyfrotion, than any oilier
?vhich has been discovered ; end it has still arothes;
important advantage to tVo jiuktic, which ia, that
it u. ckc/p as well as ^ood.
DU. J. O. AYER & CO.
Pnici One DoLHs.it ran Dottij.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has wen for U.iolf rath a renown tV>r tho cure ef
CTcry variety of'11'.roat and Lure; Complaint, thai
It is entirely ui;uce?s*sary tut 11? t?? roeouat tWe
evidence of its virtues, whertver it Los beset cr*
ployed. As it has long been in cuuEtrtnt oat
throughout il.*? section, v^c n?vd not do r.iors tbaa
aKstne the people its quality is kept up In tho best
it ever has been, and that it uu.y be reliod on to
do for their relief .-li it has ctcr been found lo do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FSi.1 ALL TIIE PVnroSCS OF A PURGATIVE KEDtClOsV
TDtt Cofl 11VBKHM ;
Fan tu/. Ccitu or DvsrareiA;
For j ai .mi]ck ;
Fon Titr. Cvhr or iNOitiBsTioif;
Fok Titr. Cuna c v DTSRnTBKT;
Ton a Fori. Ktohaob ;
Ton xub Cuna or RKTHiraLae;
Fow tub P'l.rs ;
Pott Tim CuitR ok Settom.a ;
For all Scitort'Lotia CoMrLAnm;
For im Comb or UHsraATtsMj
FoU DlRMAHXfl of tub hkih ;
Foi: Tin: Cent; or IJVBB CouvlainTj
Fon tul Ci iu; ok Tutthb, 'it mo us axd Saht
1: it i'.i'm ;
Tor. Tin: Ccbr or Goct;
Pon a Dibnrb Pill;
Fon rur. eras or Nccr.vloia;
Pot: PnuirriKn run Sluub.
They are sugar-coated, so th .t tiie mo?t eensr
tive can take th^to pleasantly, and Itcin^ purely
\r v 'a, no harm can atUc Lorn Ihvu n*c ia muf
I:i:; 15 Kntz per Tor; Pive--?ios for Cl 00.
Girat mtrobers of Ch rgymen, Phnf^i?rsi,Suites
men, and ?uia*.t perbi'Uaeee, have ic.m tticir
nainri u> t et lify the ur.j ai lUled uaefiikieesef these
rttntMlits, i t.i our fpace hue .till not permit B?e
insertion of them. 'Ihr Atentt* below l:on.ed rm??
nith gratis our Ambbican Aluamag in which dn.-jr
ar<? pi\rn ; with also full description* of the abo?e
complaintar.*l the troatnicnt that tlmold be a>?
lo-.tcd f?r their earn.
Do not l>0 put otf l)_y ueprincipled detvlerw vWfb
othor prepnrntiona they ii ?k? ninie proftt on.
Demand Aykh's, and i?*.e ro othirs. Ihe sick
want the best aid tUmt is >oi ti.im, i?nd th?y sboeid
All our Remedies are fei talc by ?
i ay II c ly
Tin: OLD ES r.n i.isin n
^clual ? /li!.):lieu 0ol/eac
OF A M I. RICA.
No. S N. Charles Street,
Or/iniiril mitt l>rii-liil tlnltrtllfle Pirj^iriny
ijt (ii/fj and <? fliddlc g /gcd of/en
? TO flFi-OMK Tlti'KOrtitf
/ y6V fi/iAfJ ^///m.
OVER JoOO YOUNG MEN
have GRAMtATRt) .>t Ihh INSTITUTION, >tntt
(!<,? hi .c tilllHi HrtMtntlhlt Hii.f l.ui mthf Pttitiemt in
tht /..? . ,? /MA A S AND BUSINESS HOUSES*J
tht i 'minti y.
THERE ASR NO VACATIONS. Sktdtnlt ran
tnti-r ,it any flute.
.' / . Ml ?. tunl IMrttttltm ant turrtit piaran.
ttta. St*itfar Cttlfgt Doftuumtt tttui'tJltsJld.s/?ve
mens <>/ !\ um >? h /. i.n Inr two J'at.igtStttmfs.
AJ.ti.'st all < '."unuii: ?Ihm to
ft'. II. f '> 1*1 I It, I'rn'l.
.'. .tlhtrn BntiHf$t Cfititgf,
Now is the time to get BARGAINS.
may 10 tf
WE ARE NOW
Stock of Spring and Summer Goods,
Such as WHITE GOODS, I*111 NTS, NOTIONS, &C.
Also a full T.inr of LA DIES, M1S8ES and GENTS SIIOKS, with HATS, TIES.
COLLARS uud CUFFS.
> FIXE OI.I> HAVANA CIGARS.
In these "hard Time? to Live" we have on hand many articles iiiat will contribute great
y Id the "creature comforts."
We intend to keep always "FULL UP" in the
And sell llictn CHEAT for cash. AM arc recpecifnlly invited to call nnd esasnine onr
STOCK and PRICES.
MOSELEY & CROOK.
OPPOSITE CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK.
mar '20 feb 8 It
WM. M. SAIN & CO.,
To do all kind of haulling
The SHORTEST Notice
Hplii "Jfi 52
A MAN WHO
Starts Business shooM "go in" t<v wiu. In opmi?g ?bc Carternvbe Ssdo??, tbt K?b?cri5er
dctct mined r?.
In a full and f7??rf Stork of Liquors, thai would rem mead ?Vemsclvcs to all, smd by cour
tesy ai.d atlantion to e'.-e c all who tried binr
The necessity of admitting that he was a fair dealer. Those wbb ifranL frosv
The Faucet of the Lager Beer Barrel
Of his Saloon he determined should be sutiatied and hr induced to return. FTc determin
ed lo work all 'lay nnd think
so as to eatsbl'isli a reliable custom. Hr has succeeded. Froav SCtiwfrny morning I'kt rush
anaiinucs ant it
Front the si me Shnt his announcement
its way iato the papt r>s nrnd'
Upon the notice of the public, until now, the sale of Lionors, Se^ars-nnd Tobacco has
continued with unnhatcd patronage.
Doors, Rtid'HearKy weleeme has l.?en the mello, and
The undersipned' returns his tnank'. for the liberal support he haa received1 aud1 Begs its
continuance; nt the ENTERPRISE SALOON, kept
BY J. HERMAN WAHLERS.
ARRIVING BY EVERY
GEO. H. CORNELSON.
In order lo be prepared for the demand* of the season, I am receiving large supplies of
all tbo various goods needed at this lime of the year; such aa
Plantation Supplies, Tool?, Flows, Iron,
And everything else necessary to make a crop. I am Agent for tbe following valuable
and established Manures :
ETI WAN OUANO,
ETIWAN DISSOLVED BONE,
ETIWAN CROP FOOD.
ATLANTIC ACID PHOSPHATE,
E FRANK COE'8 PHOSPHATE,
LAND PLASTER LIME AND SALT.
All tbe above Manures are offered at manufacturers prices will be sold at the same
terms as at the works and will be delivered if requested at any'depot on the South Carolina
jeb 1 GEO. H. CORNELSON.
RUSSELL-STREET, ORANGEBTJRG, S. C.
Th? Subscriber takes great pleasure in announcing to bis FRIENDS and the COM
MUNITY that he tins OPENED a FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, at the Large Residenee recent
ly occupied by Mr. Hane Wannamaker. Comfortable Accommodations, a Bounteous
Table ami Courteus Attention arc Guaranteed.
jan 18?tfm J, W. II. DUKES.
REGULAR DAILY TRADE.
ANOTHER TRAIN JUST IN AND FILLED WITH
AND CUSTOMERS SHOTTING AT
BULL SCOVILL k PIKE,
Making Selection from their Extraordinary Large-in d* Varied Stook of
Their assortment, with constant additions, ia
Roth a. to STYLES ?mf Cjftf AMTIESf.
Their facilities iv drawing supplies from desirable Market*
FOR THE CASH
Enable them to marke the best possible RATES, which ia the OLD RULE con
tinued from its ORGANIZATION?
Giviug an experience of 30 years in Business.
Economy and Enterprise, togcthor with the Energy nnd centlerowrrry deport
ment of all their Assistants, arc always found at tbo OLD ESTABLISHED
BULL, SCOVILL & PIKE.
may 2a> e *
WO?KD iNFOrtKT TlfE PUBLIC TWA* rTE 18 8TTLL CARRTTIW ON T\ft Cou
rtage MattW in alfiftr ration* ofnitelo*, ?all will Manufacture er Repair nt the
Shortest' Notice, nil Carriages, Buggies of Wagon* A^nd' stri' also prepared will'
NEW PRESS AND G 21 TO GIN AND PACK COTTON
SHORT NOTICE. Cotton GINNED AT M7 MILL has brought from } to 1 eent me a
than that Ginned on the common Gins.
oct ?pl 2-1 y iL RIGGS.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD,
Coablkston, 8. C. December 28, 1671.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY DECEMBER
24, the Passenger Train on the Soath
Carolina Railroad will run a* followa .
Leere Charleston.8.10 A. M,
Arrive at Augusta. .4.26 P. M.
Leave Charleston.......8.10 A. If.
Arrive nt Columbia.?4.06 P. M,
Leave Augusta...............7.40 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston...3.'20 F. M.
Leave Columbia.7.40 A.M.
Arrive at Charleston......8.20 P. M,
THBOCOB WILftfftOfO* TBAJB
Leave Augusta.........3.00 A. M.
Arrive at Kingville.,..?9.00 A. M.
Leave Khigville.?12.80 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta....6 10 P. M.
auousya kioht EXPRESS?sVXDats exceptsb
Last? Charleston.-8.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.7.30 A. M.
Leave Augusta...6.00 P. M
Arrive nt Charleston.-6.68 A. M.
COLUMBIA BIOBT EXPftESS-sundays BXClff
Leave Charleston.-7.10 P. M,
Arrive at Columbia.-7.80 A. M,
Leave Columbia.6.00 P. M. .
Arrive at Charleston. ..7.00 A. Mv
Leave Summerville at...-7.25 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston nt.-.8.46 A. M.
Leave Charleston at.8.80 P. M.
Arrive at SummertiUe.at.?4.46 P. M.
Leave Camdeif?............-.6.15 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.,..10.40 A. M.
Leave Coltrmbin.1.46 P. M.
Arrive at Cafftdcm.~ 6.26 P. M.
Pay and Night Trains make close connec
tion at Angustg with Georgia Railroad aad
Night Train connects with Macoa and
Cotomhin Night Train connects with
Greenville and Coltrmbin Railroad, and with
Charlotte Road fo-Points North.
Camden Train conrrccta at Rirrgville daily
(except Sundays) with t/ay Passenger Train,
and runs threttgn to Cot*?sVdtsl
A. L. TYLER, Vtee-PVesidrnt
8. B. Prent**?, General Tioixi Agent.
Doors, Sashes, BLfetfe^
P. P. TO A LB,
BhmufRctiirer and Dealer,
No. 20 Ilayne Street and Hot-lbeck's Wharf
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
This i? the tut ?est and most Com
plete Factory of the kind in the Souther?
States, and alt articles in this line can bs
furnished by Mr. P. P. Toal* at prices which
i defy competition.
gQT" A pamphlet with full and detailed
list of all sites of Doers Sashes and Blinds,
and the prices of each, will be sent free aast
pent Taid/ eft applicatiod to]
? P. p. TOA1YE,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
jAIy iS wee
~~?o?ey cannot buy iti
ror Sight is Priceless!!
iiCT TUE DIAMOND SPECTACLES WILIr
If yon value your Eyesight as* these Per
fect Lenses, Grorrnd from Minuta Crystal
Pebbles, Melted together, and derive their
name Diamond'' ?a account of their Hard
ness Kita) BrffHswey. They will last many
years without eTrsnge, sued arc warranted*
superior to all others in use.
Manufactured by the Spencer Optics*
Manufacturing Co., New York.
CAO7*1 ON.?None Gcuuing unless stamp
ed with our trade mark.
For Saie by Responsible Agents through
out the Union.
E. J. OLIVEROS,
jan 20?ly Orangeburg, 8. C.
Citizens* Savings Bank
OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Orangcburg 1* ranch.
Will pay 7 PER CENT. INTEREST on
SPECIAL DEPOSITS and 6 PER CENT, sn
SAVINGS DEPOSIT8, Compounded Semt
Local Finance Committee.
Hon. THOS. W. GLOVER.
Col. PAUL 8. FELDER.
Gapt. JNO. A. HAMILTON?.?
JAS. H. FOWLES,
mar 23 jan eljr
At Private Sale.
THE PLANTATION forming a part of
the Estate of the late Col. KeiW, and?
known ss the 1>ARBY PLACE. The tract'
consists of about 600 acres, on* half well*
; Timbered, the remainder Rich, Red, Lnant
i Soil, adapted to Crops of all kindaV Thsss
are the Finest Lands in the District,- and'
were valued at $20 per aora in 1868. Would'
b? sold for one-half tha? r>rice now. CstS/'
fourth cash, the remair or in three instsJM
ments bearing interest from date and ?%.
. eured by mortgage of tho same.
1 This is s splendid ohanss for anoryse de>*
siring to secure Rich Lands, fine Watot Pew-;
er, excellent CsAile Range and tRatatf
Neighborhood-. Apply to
Mrs. L. M. KRITT,
Or J1 Or KE1TT, Keep
rJrVj WANTED J All chensw ef
people, ef either sax, young of ?
snore money at work for us in their spars
moments, or nil she time, than at anything
else. Particulars free. Address
. G. STINtON k CO.. i
ser' V ?lo * Portltad, Maine.