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Poor ?iico?Very Rich Now.
Of the New York millionaires William
B. ABtorisone of the very few men of vast
inheritance who have incroosrd instead
of diminishing it. What a long lift of]
sol f-creatod sons of Crccsus huvojwc here
There is Cornelius Vandorbilt, who
begun life with nu old pirogue, running
between Stuten Iblaud aud this city, and
carryiug gardqn stuff to market. With
two or three tbousurid dollars raised
from flint source, be entered upon stoadi
fy increasing enterprises uutil ho has
?massed the enormous sum of 830,000,
Alexander T Stowart first bought a
few laces at au- tion, and opened bis way
to success in a dingy little shop on
Broadway, nonr the'site of his wholesale
Dauiel Drew in his early enrcer, was n
cattle-driver, at the munificent rate ot
75 cents a day, nnd he has driven him
self iuto an estate valuod at from 823,
000,000 to s:?o,ooo,ooo.
Gcorgo Law forty five years ago was a
common day laborer on tho docks, and
at present counts his fortune at some
Robert L. and Alexander Stuart, the
noted sugar-refiuors, in their boyhood
sold -lutdussfH candy, which their widow*
cd mother had made, at a cent a stick,
and to day arc worth probably from
$5.000,000 to Sf?,000,000 apiece.
Marshal O. Roberts is the possessor
of $4,000,000 to. 80,000,000 and yot
until he was twenty-five, he did not
have 8100 he could call hits owu.
Horace B. Claillin, the eminent dry
' goods merchant, worth it is estimated,
i'ruiu $12,000,000 to $15,000,000, com
menced the world with nothing but
energy, determination, and hope, aud
sco how magnificently he has invested
them 1?N. V. Payer.
Sow Corn for Fodder.
flay at two dollars per huudrcd
pounds! Who can staud this expeusc '
Let us get rid of it for another year.
How ? In the abscuse of permanent
meadow and for this year's uso by Howiug
corn for fodder for cuttle aud hordes.
Make a piece or ground very ric-h
either with baru yard mauUlu ur CQm_
xnercial fertilizers. It will be ol tutu
??*>?> so attempt to sow corn for f- ,J^1 ou
hind iu ordinary coudi--OQ'
It must bo mad?- very rich1. Break
it up deeply. J-ay oil* the ground in
rows three feet apart. Sow the eoru in
tho furrows at the rate of three bushel*
per acre. Cover with a furrow and roll.
Keep the ground ciouti by one or more
workings with the plow if necessary.
Four tuns of good dried fodder may
he expected. Oi very rich laud a good
deal more than that amount. Allowing
one tou to tho horse for the wo rkiug
Reason, one acre should give fodder for I
five horses, or cattlj. - We advise this
expedient for roughness by all means.
Horses and cattle will eat the
whole ot the stalks, which should be cut
down nnd cured as soon as soou as they
aro in tassels.
The acres in sowed corn ought to keep
well fifty head of horses, mules aud cat
tle during the winter, allowing for the
eoet of manure. The expeuse is a tnlle
ebmpared with that of fodder, which is
the least rcmuuerative product of the
Those who have nover Boeu corn sow
ing for fodder carried to perfection, and
who live within reach of Atlanta, should
visit Governor J. E.Browu's corn patch,
within the limits of the city any adjoin
iug his rcsideoce. From n fra>ruieut of
uu aero he nnuually*raises fodder enough
* to support a pair of horses and a cow,
usually with a surplus left: The amount
ot fodder which he obtains from this
little spot is incredible.
The Henpecked Man
die henpecked man iz most generally
married but theie are iustanccs ou re
cordajf^ ?'tfelc men being barrasend-by
Yu can ulwus tell one ov theae kind
ov men, espeshily if tbey ure in the
company of their wivos. They look as
resigned tew th?ir fate ax a hen turkey
in n wet day.
******* fhare ain't nothing that will take
the starch out ov a man like being pork- |
ed by a woman. It is wuss than n
seven months of-the fever and agy.
Tho wives of henpecked husbands
most alwusout liv thair victims, and 1
hbv known lb em to get' maariod again,
ami'git hold ov a man thattimo (thank
the Lord!) who understood all the hen
One ov thcBO kind -ov husban Is iz an
honor to hia ^ex.
est? wotftTho henpecked'man, when her gits
out amungst uieu puts on airs of bravery
defiance, and once in a while will git
i lectio drunk and then go home with a
firm resolve that ho will be captain or
bis household; but the old) worn a n soon
Ukla'iWgldr^ out'of him jpst as she
would a haff drown ohiskeo who had Tell
into a swill barrel, and had' tobe jerked
out awful .quick.?Josh Billuvjs.
? 'jif.'.'. . *
1> Ti- .F.A.M Ifc?OlST
ATTOUNKY AT LAW.
Will practice, in tho Courts of ORANGE
?UllO and BAHNWILL.
OFFICE COURT I10U SE SQUARE.
Feb '2\id Uy
Fever and Ague,
from which mankind suffor over o large part ot
the globe, is tho consequence of a diseased action
in the system, induced by the poisonous miasin of
vegetable decay. This exhalation is evolved by
the action of solar heat oh wet soil, and rises with
the watery vapor front it. While the sun is below
tho horizon thus vapor lingers near the earth's sur
face, and tho virus is taken with it through the
Inn.'. ? into the blood. There it acts as an irritating
poison on the internal viscera and excreting organs
of the body. The liver becomes torpid and fails to
secrete nut only this virus, hut also the bile from
the blood. Both the virus and th? bile accumulate
in the circulation, and produce violent constitu
tioual disorder. The spleen, the kidney*, and the
stomach sympathiso with the liver, and become
disordorcd also. Finally, the instinct of our or
ganism, as if in an attempt to expel tho noxious
infusion, concentrates the whole blood of the bvdy
in the internal excrctorios to fcroe thorn to cast it
out. The blood leaves tho su: face, and rushes to
the central organs with ccr.gestive violence. This
Is the Chill. Cut in this eirortit fails. Then the
FbVbK follows, in which the blood leaves the cen
tral organs and rushes to the surface, as it" in
another effbrt to expel the irritating poisou through'
that other great excretory ? tho skin. In this
also it fails, and the system abandons the attempt
exhausted, and waits for the rocovury of strength
to repeat tho hopeless cUort another day. These
are tho tits or paroxysms of Fbvkr and Aobb.
Such constitutional disorder will of courso under
mine tho health if it i? Hot removed.
We have labored to find, and have found, an
Ayer's Ague Cure,
whioh neutralizes this malarious poison in the
blood, and stimulates the liver to expel it from the
body- ' As it should, so it does c??<i this afflicting
disorder with perfect certainty. And it does moro,
or rather doe* what is of more service to thoso sub
ject to this infection. If taken in season it expehr
it from the system as it is absorbed, and thus keeps
those who use it free from its attacks ; keeps the
system in health although exposed to the disease.
Consequently it not only cures, tint protect* from/
the (treat variety of nfTeotiona which ar* induced
by this malignant influence, such as Remittent
Fcv? r, Cldll Fever, Dumb, or Masked Ague,
Periodical Headache, or Bilious Headache, Bilisan
Fevers, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Oout, Blindness,
Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpita
tions, Painful Affections of* the Spleen, Hysterics,
Colic, Paralysis, and Painful Affoctiona of the
Stomach and Bowels, all of which, when arising
from this cause, will be found to assume more or
lees the intermittent type. This " Aoe'E Cuhe"
removes the cause of these derangements, and cures
This it accomplishes by stimulating the excre
torics to expel" the virus from the system ; and
these organs by degrees become habited to do this
their office of their own accord. Hence arises" what
vre termaecKmatalion. Time may accomplish the
?.line end, but often life is not long enough, or is
sacrificed in the attempt, while this " AnuECeHB"
does it at oncu, ntid with safety. Wc have great
reason to believe this is a surer as well as safer
remcdv for the whole class of diseases which are
caused by the rmasmatio infection, than any other
which has been discovered; and it htia still another
important advantage to the public, which is, that
it is cheap as well as good.
DR. J. C- AYE It & CO.
PniCB One Duli.au per Bottle.
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
It is entirely unnecessary for ns to recount tho
evidonce of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it has lettg been in constant use
throughout thia section, we need not do more than
assure the people its quality is kept up to the beat
it over has been, and that it mav be relied en to
do for their rebel all it has ever been found to dc.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOB All THE PURPOSES OF A PURGATIVE MEDICINE.
Fob Th.a Cohh ok DvararaiA;
FAB J AlsnicB ;
Fob thb Cure or Inihuestioh ;
For 11 EAnACHR;
For tiib Curb op Dysentery;
For a Foi l Stomach ;
For the Cork of Erysipelas;
For tue Pilus ;
For the Crux ok Scrofula ;
For all Scrupulous Complaints;
For tue Curb of Rheumatism;
For Disease* ok the Skix;
For TTtr Curb" of Liver ComPlaixt;
For DnoPRY ;
Fob the Cure of Tetter, Tumors and Salt
Rhei m ;
Fur Woums ;
'For the Cuhe or Goer;
For a Dinnbu Pill;
For the Cur.-, of Nki kai.oia;
F'or PURIFYIKO the Blood.
They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can taku them pleasantly, and being purely
vegetable, no harm can arise from their use ui any
Price 25 cents per Box; Fivebozei for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminctit pcibonaces, have lent their
names to rertify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, lint our space here will not permit the
insertion of them. Tho Agent* below named fur
nish gratis our Ami im an Almanac in which they
are given ; with also full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their eyre.
Do not be put off by unprincipled doalers with
ether preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Ayer'h, and uke no others. The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
have it. Z
All our Remedies are for ?alc by
may 11 c ly
'lait ccn ECTAB/.fsnr.n
SOUTH RR N
No. 8 N. Charles Street,
Oroaitttdnmt l>,r..t?t Entirety to Prtperiny
y/ouny and a,?iddlc giged cfle>i
to DEi oste rnonoraa
OVER 2500 YOUNG MEJ?
SOU THE RS STATES
krnv* GRADUATED at tkit IRST/Tl'TTOR, and
art fuit'JiUiMP Rit?citibit and Lntrativt Pattt?mt in
tha UmdiHf BARTCS ARD BUS/.VRSS EOLSRS o/
lAs Count rj.
THERE ARE NO VACATIONS. iUtuUntt tarn
tmttr at any tima.
' S/ttiaJ fnJr.dd*al Iitiru. tien and tucctts piarty*.
ttrd' Sond/or Cetittf Dotumtnti andt/Undid Sptci
ntem e/RtnmamM/. Enelm tu? Pattaty St atrial.
Addrttt all CtnimnmicaJ/otu to
W. BL S Alii. IV, Vret't.
So-uiatm A 'tintts CoHrgt,
MA L TIMOR E, Ktk
N?W is the time to get BARGAINS.
may i? tf
WE ??E NOW
Stock of Spring- and Summer Godds,
Buchas WHITE GOODS, PRINTS, NOTIONS, ?C.
Also o full Lino of LA DIES, MISSI S and GENT8 SHOES, with II ATS, TIES,
COLLARS and CUFFS.
FIXE OI*I> HAVANA CIGARS.
In those "Hard Tin>ua to l.ivu" we have on hand many articles that will contribute grcst
y to the "-?reature comforts."
W?. intend U?'krci> always ?'F?LL UP*' in tho
GEOCERY I/INK .
And fell them CHEAP for cabi'i. -Ml are respectfully invited to eall and examine our
STOCK and PRICES.
MOSELEY & CROOK*
OPPOSITE CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK.
tvi. * lv
WM. M. SAIN & CO.,
Tc .co all hir.d <f Istiling
The SHORTEST Notice
april 2G' 52
a man who
Starts Business should "go in'' to win. In -ipening the 2ntorprl4b Saloon, the Subscriber
r - *
In a roll snd Get d Stn'ch of Liquors, that would commend themselves to nil, aud by cour
tesy aud attention to place nil w ho tried him
The necessity of'admitting that he was a fu:r dealer. Those who drank from
The Faucet of the Lager Beer Barrel
Of his Saloon he detertaiii"'! should t c esti^cl and be induced to return. He determin
ed to work all day anrt think
?oasto establish: a reliable custom. He has (succeeded. From Monday mrrmng the rush
From the time that his announcement
its way into ;he paper* add
Upon the notice of the public, until now, the sale of Liquors, Segars aud Tobacco bus
continued with unabated patronage.
Doors, and hearty welcome has been the motto, nnd
The undersigned' returns hia thanks for the liberal support he hat received and begs its
eontlnuanee at the ENTERPRISE SALOON, kept
by j. herman wahlers.
ARRIVING RY EVERY
GEO. H. CORNELSON.
In order to be prepared for the demands of the season, I am receiving large auapliea of
all tho vuriourt goods needed at this time of the year; suoh as
Plantation Supplies, Tools, Plows, Iron,
And everything eine necessary to make a crop. I am Agent for the following Valuable
and established Manures :
ETI WAN GUANO,
ETIWAN DISSOLVED BONE,
ETI WAN CROP FOOD.
ATLANTIC ACID PHOSPHATE..
E FRANK f'OE S PHOSPHATE,
LAND PLASTER LIME AND SALT
All the above Manures aro offered at manufacturers prices will he sold at the same
terms asat the work* aud will be delivered if requested at uny depot on the South Carolina
Railroads. ? .
jcb i GEO. H. CORNELSON.
RUSSELL-STREET, ORANGEBURG, S. fj.
The Subscriber takes great. pTca'si.'ro in announcing to his FRIENDS and tho COM
MUNITY that ho has OPENED a FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, at the Large Residenoe recent
ly occupied by Mr. Haue Wunuamaker. Comfortable Accommodations, a Bounteous
Table and Cnurleua Atlention arc Ouuranteed.
.inn 18?Um S. W; If. DIKES.
EEGtTLAPw DAILY *
ANOTHER Til A TN .Il'ST IN A*N# FIMvEW \^YvH
DESIRABLE GOODS f
A NO CUSTOMERS SHOPPING AT
BEL scorn k
Making Selhotiou froth their Extraordinary L-irge snd Varied Stock of
GENERAL M EROH A?DISfi. ,
Their assortment, with constant additions, U>
Both aa to STYLES and QUALITIES.
Their facilities iu drawing supplies frutn desirablo Markets
FOR THE C?SHC
Enable them to make the best possible RATES, which is the OLD RULE con
I tinued frrjtu its ?RQ'ANIZATION?
Giving sn oxperience of 30 years in Business.
Economy apd Enterprise together with the Energy and gentlemanly deport
went of all their A?eistants, are always found at tho OLD ESTABLISHED
BULL, SC?V1LL & PIKE.
dray 55 c ly
Vfcr'd?LbWOPM TITE PUBLIC ttTAT HB* IB KTTCt C?tfRllt?* ?Jf TWE CAtt
W rlag* Making in all'ith various tiranchea, and will MahMfbctur* Cf Repair it the
Shortest Notice, all Carriages, Boggles or Wagons. And am also prepared with
NEW PRESS AND O TO GIN AND PACK COTTON
SHORT NOTICE. Cotton GINNED AT MT MILL has brau|M from i to J cent mo ?
than that Ginned on the common G???.
oet \pl 2-r-Jy ii. BIGG?,
Charleston. 8. C. December 22, 1871.
OH AND AFTER St/NDAY DECEMBER
24, the Passenger Train on the South'
dina Railroad will run as follows .
Leave Charleston.i.;....8.10 A. li:
Arrive at Augusta.4.25 P. M;
"?,ea>e Charleston.8.10 A. M.
Arrive ?t Colombia.4.06 P. M.
t Ok <!HAKX?STO*>. ' v*>? '
Arrive at Charleston.I.S
Leave Col amble.7.40 P.M.
Arrive a! Charleston.3.20 P. M
T:'Ku!.'<JH wii.minqton TRAIN
Leave Augttsta..,.3.00 A. M. .
Arrive at Kingville.-.9.00 A. M.
Leave Kingville..:...........12.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6 tO P. M.
Acot'SfX stonr exfrssS-sumdats axcarr??* '
Leave Charleston.?.8.80 P.' M.
Arrive at Augusta.7.3d A- M.
Leave Augusta...'.0.00" P. H
Arrive at Charleston.......6.66 A. Ms
coi.o.jia sioiit express?bohdays ixcarr-"
Leave Charleston.?.7.10 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia..,-......7,30 A. M.
Leave Columbia.8.00 P. Jf.'
Arrive at Charleston.....'..7.00 A. M.
Leave Summefvine at..;..'..'..'.'.'...7.25 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston at....8.46 A. If.
Leave Charleston ?t.8,80 P. II.
Arrive at Sunirncrville at........4.46 P. M.
Loavc Ca,n?Ion.f?.v.'.'.'.'..........G.15 A. M.
I Arrive at Columbia.10.40 A. M.
' Leave Columbia.1.46 P. 14.
Arrive at Cannon.6.26 P. M..
Day and Night Trains make close con nee
I tion at Augusta with Georgia Railroad and
I Central Railroad.^ <t.
Night ,'jfnin t connecU with Macoh and
Augusta Kauro'eVf. , , r, ^
Columbia Night Train connects with
Ireenville and Columbia Railroad, and with
JhafioWe Road* to points^ Nprtb. , .
Camdcn Train connects-at Kingville daily
(except Sundays) with pay Passengar Train,
' and runs' through'to Columbia.; ? . .
A. L, TJTLEK,' Yfce-PiWdent.
S. B. Bickens, General Ticket Agent.
Doors, Saslies, Bliricfe,' &c'
P. R TOALBy
Rawnffteturer utui Dealer,
20* IIayne"Street and itorlb'eck'a Wltar/
Charleston, s. c.
IflTjfhts !? the Largcfit amf most Oom-,
plcte Factory of the kind in the Southern,
I State?, and all article* In this line can bo
jjfu'rniehc'l by Mr. P. P. Toai.k at prices whieh
i! defy competition. , ?
1 ftjr A. Pamphlet .with f/fll an^J detailed,
list of uE sizes of D'/o?V Sa?hc? aurt Blindau
and the prices of . each, will be ten*, free and
ipost Paid, oh applicatiod to. . ?t
? I?. P. T?*A?,F,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
j J?'7 >5 _wee_
MOiVEi* Cannot but iti
For Si gilt U Priceless! f
[iBUTTHE DIAMOND SPECTACLES WILL'
If yon value your PVeslght as* these Per-;
jfect Lenses, Ground from Minute Crystal.
Pebbles, Melted together, and derive their
acr.ount of their Hard
ey will last many ?
and are warranted
superior to all other* in use.
I Manufactured by the 8peneer Optical
Manufacturing Co*.,. New York.
CAUTION.?None Genuing unless stamp
ed with our trade mark.
For'Sr?c by Responsible Agents through
out the union.
. E. J. OLIYER08,
! jan 20? ly Orangeiburg, 8. 0.
Citizens1 Savings Bank
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Will pay 7 PER CENT. INTEREST atP
SPECIAL DEPOSITS and 6 PER (HINT, e*
8AV1NGS DEPOSITS, Compounded Semi
Local Fl 11 a nee Committee.
Hon. THOS. W. GLOVER.
Col. PAUL 8. FELDER.
Capt. JNO. A. HAMILTON.*
JAS. H. FOWLKS*
mar 23 Jan ~ cly
At Private Sale.
THE PLANTATION fornritnj a. part of1
the Eefarte of the late Col. Keitt. and'
known aa the DARBY PLACE. The tract'
eon statt of about 600 acres, one half well'
Timbered, the remainder Rieh, End, I.oam'
8oll? adapted to Crops of all kinds. Ibese
are tho Finest Lands in the District, and'
?were valued at $20 per aero in 1866. a oukl
be sold for ono-half tha1 ,irioe now. On*
fourth oash, the rem air or in three ivstal*
menes bearing Interest from date and ?*?
cured by mortgage of tho same.
, Thle is a splendid obanee for aneryae de.
eiring to Seenre Rteh Lands, fine Wator Powv,
er, excellent Cattle Range and* a Refitted'
Neighborhood. Apply to
j Vir?. L. M.
o.v j g' tm
<?Z to **0 PER
$9 WANTED I All claasae ?? woi
people, of either sea, young or eld.
more money at work for 0? Id the* ?)***?
KJri^Mktfej or ail tho time, than at anything
else. Particalara frae. Adurea*
* jfcaUWN?Ov * co..
say 11? -4e \^f55tn?a? MaUe.