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? . Looking Forn Policy.
The PeniQcratio party is floundering
orouud, as usual, for somo policy that
will conttnnnd tho conGdeuoo of the peo
pie. For th? past fiftoen years it has
been engaged iu tho tamo business, but
every polioy it seizes upon carries it
lower rind lower iu public estimation.
The nearer it approaches Republican
principles the closer it conies to to'al
extinction. It* its policy is to bo the
po'"oy so 'mg adhered to by its oppu
it* hbv? can it justify its former op
position or make the dear people believe
that its present professions arc honest'"
If the principles of tho Republican par
ty are right, and deem d of sufficient
importance to incorporate into tho Demo
cratic platform, why should the obi par
ty that has bcon loyul to these princip'os
give way to n party that has been bos
tile to them for years past 1 The nearer
tho Democratic pnrty cotnes to tho p di
cy of tho Republican party, the \c>h rca
son can it show for seeking the defeat of
the grand old party of human rights.
Tho sooner the empty shell of Democra
ry hj tuned Irom signt aim me loyal
n atcvial which still clings to the name
lecon.es incorporated in the Republican
party, tho better it will be for the inter
est of tho nation. We respect the spirit
Vthich prompts a man to stick to a sink
ipg tbip as long as thcro is reasonable
ho; o ol saving tho vessel or cargo. Rut
win n the old hulk becomes w .tor legged
and a friendly ship bears down upon it
to reset o its helpless passengers and
crew, it is sheer filly to ii risi on be'n
strapped to the pumps and going down
with*tho old wreck. Come gouilcince .
CODEC this foolish effort to galvanize the
? Democracy into new lifo ?A ucw name
cannot restore it, any uii.ro than a coa;
of paint can make a rotten pi.ink sound
The "people have uo objection to tin
name but they hive a healthy aversion
to tlio material which it represents
?Changing the name cannot deceive the
people. I'hoy know all about Deinocn
CXj all abt'Kt its past glory and its p:cs
cnt shame. They have hud enough nf
it, and don't want any more for them x
century at least. The Cime may conn
whcn> the Republican party will take <
backseat iu tho Government id' th
uatiou, but net until some nobler part\
" comes forward fo relievo it. Thoolomeuts
of reform, progress, n orality end pa trio
ism, arc"with the party to day. Th.
people kuow this, and for this ro ts -u
they endorse tho party as tho very best
that offers peace and sccurity'to the nn
"Spit Out Dc Prejudice."
At the public breakfast given in No
York totwobuudrcd minibtcrs, atwh o
Dr. Gather expounded bis scheme vl
union in moral science, Rev. Mr. Oliver
a black man, pastor of a colored.chuivh
told tho following story : ?
He said ho was delighted with th
.meeting, and if thoy would let a blui k
fellow into moral aciencc he should o
glad to join. Thcis good spirit o
union brings Christians of all colors to
gether. IT a voulJ illustrate by th
story of Juck, who used to steal chick
ens and pigs. When all kinds of cum
for theft had been tried, and still tin
chickens and pigs kept dropping off, tin
master says : "I kuow what will do it.'
So ho culled, "Jack, you rasca.1 conn
here; I am going to make you a Chris
tian, to stop your stealing pigs. Knee
down now and say your pruycrs." Jack
got down. "Pray, you black rasca .'
. "Dou'tknow bow massa; done tolo me."
"Say tbis, Jack?Our Father"?Jack
repeated "Our Fathcr"4?'which in art
heaven"?Is my Fader in hcavou ?" said
Jack. "Yes, yos, go on, say it." "Rut
please, massn, let u poor follow uu stun
It. 1>KI yOU ?y, whifh
in heaven ?" "Yes, you rascal, say it.'
"Your Fader an' mino too? Thin,
* massa, you an' I is bruddcrs, isn't wo 1"
"Never mind that, Jack, go on with
your prayer?Thy kingdom come." "No.
massa, one t'ing at a time; is you and i
bruddcrs? Come, now, I'll spit out de
prejudice and eay it if you will." IIere
the black man looked around upon his
hundred white brethren of the ministry
and .said, "Brethren, I am getting ovei
my prejudices." Tho congratulatory
hand shakes which ho received ut the
meeting showed that wo were getting
A prodigy of on elocutionist has boon
discovered inDanbury. He mud thir
teen; chapkors of VYchstor'a lost volume
to his father, tho othor evening, and tho
old gentleman beoaruo so absorbed in
the reoital that the fell out of a chair and
hurt his spine.
Tbo prevailing feminine weakness for
gigantic buttons caused a Hosten girl to
' lay violent bauds on her mother's bnttor
pistes, which she covered and wore on
her drcsH ojq commencement day. Hor
onvious school fellows have since triod
?Very store in town to discover where
she bonght the moulds.
X> R JAMISON
AT'lORNEY AT LAW.
V. ill practice in the Courts of ok ANOE
BI RO und BARN W ill.
Office court house square.
Feb 2i>d lly
Fever and Ague, I
from which mankind suiTcr over a largo part of
tho globe, is tho cfnisoquenco of a diseased action
in tho system, induced Dy the poisonous mlasm of
vegotablo decay. This exhalation is evolved by
tho action of ? ? > 1 < v hett on wet soil, and rises with
tho watery vapor from it. "While tho sun is below
tho horSson this vapor lingers near tho earth's sur
face, and the virus is taken with it through the
lungs into the blood. There it acts us an irritating
poison on the internal viscera and excreting orams
of the body. Tho iivcr becomes torpid and (ads to
aecxeto not only this virus, but also tho bile from
the blood. Both the virus and tho bile accumulate
in tho circulation, and produce violent constitu*
tional disorder. The spleen, the kidneys, and the
Kiom.i th sympathi/o with tho liver, and become
disordered also. Finally, tho instinct of our or
ganism, as if in an attempt to expel the noxious
infusion, concentrates the whole blood of the b*dy
in tho internal oxcrctories to forco thorn to cast it
out. The blood leaves tho surface, and rushes to
the central organs with congestive violence. This
is the Cm Li,. Hut in this effort it fails. Then the
Fbvbr follows, in which the blood leaves the eon
tral organs and rushos to the surface, as if in
another effort to expel tho irritating poison through
that other great excretory ? the skin. In tfiie
also it fails, and tho system abandons tho attempt
exhausted, and waits for tho recovery of strength
to ropcat tho hopcloss effort another day. These
are the fits or paroxysms of Fbvbr and Aoub.
8uch constitutional disorder will of course under
mine tho health if it is not removed^. ^
Ayer's Ague Cure,
which neutralizes this malarious poison in tho
blood, and stimulates the liver to expel it from tho
body. As it should, so it docs cure this afflicting
disorder with perfect certainty. And it docs more,
or rather docs what is of more service to those sub
ject to this infection. If taken in season it expels
it (Vom the system as it is absorbed, and thus kc?pa
those who uso it free from its attacks; keeps tho
system in health although exposed to tho disease.
Consequently it not only cures, but protects from,
tho great variety of affections which arc induced
by this malignant influence, such as Remittent
Fcvor, Chill Fever, Dumb, or Masked Ague,
Periodical Headache, or Ililioiis Headache, Unions
Fevers, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Blindness,
Toothacho, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpita
tions, Painful Affections of tho Spleen, Hysterics,
Colic, Paralysis, and Painful AUectionb of tho
Rtomaeh ana Bowels, all of which, when arising
from this causo, will be found to assume more or
less tho intermittent typo. This " Aoua Cube"
removes tin. cause of these derangements, and cures
This it accomplishes by stimulating the oxcrc
tories to oxpcl the virus from the system ; and
these organs by degrees become habited to do this
their offlcc of their own accord. Hence arises what
wo term acclimntation. Time may accomplish the
Bamo end, but often life is not long enough, or is
sacrificed in the attempt, while this '* Aovk Cvkb "
docs it at onco, and with safety. We have great
reason to believe this is a surer as well as safer
remedy for the whole class of diseases which arc
caused by the miasmatic infection, than any other
which has been discovered; and it has still another
important advantage to the public, which is, that
it is cheap as well as good.
33K. J. O. AYER & CO.
Pbjce One Dollar i>j?r Bottle.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for tho euro of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it ia entirely unnecessary for us to recount tho
evidence of its virtues, wherever it haa been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant uso
throughout this section, we need not dc more than
assure tho people its quality is kept up to the best
it over has been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief nil it hns ever Leon found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A PURGATIVE MEDICINE.
Foil Costivkxkss ;
Fon tue Curb or Dyspepsia;
For tub Cuns op Indigestion;
Fon thu Curb of Dysentery;
For a Foul Stomach ;
For the Curb op Erysipelas ;
For tub Piles ;
For the Curb of Scrofula ;
For all Scrofulous Complaints;
For the Cubb op Rheumatism ;
For Diseases of tub Skin ;
For the Cure op Liver Complaint;
For Dropsy ;
Fon thb Cure op Tetteh, Tumors and Salt
Hurt ". ;
For the Curb op Qout ;
For a Dinner Pill;
For tue Cure of Nparaloia ;
For Puripvino the Blood.
They arc sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and being purely
vegetable, no harm can arise from their use in any
Prico 25 cents per Fox; Five bozos for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personages, have lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space hero will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our American Almanac in which they
are given ; with also full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatmont that should be fol
lowed for thoir cure.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Ayer's, and take no others. Tho sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
have it. ;
n All out Xlemcdics are for sale by
way 11 c ly
THE OLD ESTABLISH!.!)
No. 8 N. Charles Street,
BAL TIMORE, MD.
OrjnnlaeA anil Bei-otert Entirely to Prepnrlau
yotmy and etttddle oyfged ?/len
to Bxcojts rrtoxouaa
OVER 2600 YOUNG MEN
SOUTHERN STA TES
kentf GRADUATED nt thit INSTITUTION, and
are now filling RettontiM* and Lucrative Potiliont in
the Unding BANKS AND BUSINESS HOUSES*/
THERE ARK NO VACATIONS. Studentt can
enter at nnv tint.-.
Special Individual Intfruction and tuccett guaran
tetd. Send/or College />.?? nmtnti and s/lrnd!d Sfieci.
went of Ernmantnt/. Rntlotr tnv I'uttag* Stam/e.
Addrett all Ccmtuunicttimt to
W. It. BATtT.ER, PrrnH.
Southern Bntinrst College,
THE HIGHEST PRICE
WILL BE PAID FOR
ROUGH RICE, CORN AND PEAS
STRAUS & STREET,
ORANGEBURG, S. C,
Whcro also RICE, COHN and other CHAIN will be GROUND at tho
LOWEST MARKET HATES.
June 21 00
IT IS NOW SETTLED
TIF AT the "ENTERPRISE SALOON" oondmdod by AUGUSTUS PESCH RR is th
ONLY I'LACK in Oraugcbui-g where anything like FANt'V DRINKS, or .COOLING and
DELICIOUS DEVER.VUEM an- prepared, and it is vcrj certain;
That Captain Jack and Ellen's Man
Were Ihey here, wottM won.lev at the del'ciotis mode in which ??ftrc-water" Cuti be con
cocted. AH tho wonderful Summer diguitea, stielt as
'?CLARETPUNCHES." "SlfERRY-COUULKRS," "COOK-TAILS," UWIIfTK-LIONS,"
??MINT-JULP'S,'' "GIN-SLINOS," BRANDY-Sal A SHE S." "LEMON VDES
a hi b.iixn." 80DA-W AT ER <?>??<? ,n,r mnucke,'1 SKINS." TOb
D1ES," "CROWDBRS" and "oUa pndritla" of
Are to be brought to Orangeburg,
In fact nre already here and IIOT'RLY COMPOUNDED and HOURLY BNJOVED by th<
'ma vieantf and (hose who pnmrK* the turw r/r.-rand a little ?? wA< r, h i:hut."
Those who fancy las death of the Duke of Clarcuca and who would likr
To be Drowned in a Hogshead of
('an find the MATERIALS for this glorious suicide, bul would iLmbthsi ho di-Suadc I
Front auch a purpose on atopping in
At the Enterprise Saloon
Kept ever OPEN and BRIGHT
BY AUGUSTUS FISCHER, Agt.
TOSE & IZLAIl
HAVE THE GREATEST ASSORTMENT OF
G R O C E R T E S
And sells them CITEAPER than any other House iu Ornngoburg.
BgyGoods DEIjIVEREP ist any portion of tho Town.
MEAL AND GRIST AT MILL PRICES.
Now is the time to get BARGAINS.
Charleston, 8. C. December 14, 1872.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY DECEMBER
14, tho Passenger Train on the South
Carolina Railroad will run as follow* .
heave Charleston.'?;!0 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.5.20 l\ M.
Leave Charleston.9.80 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.5.20 I*. M.
Leave Columbia...*..0.00 I*. M.
Arrive at Charleston.1.45 I'. M
Leave August a.?.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.45 A. M.
COLUMBIA NiaUT KXPBB8S?SUNDAYS EXCBPT
Leave Charleston.7.80 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.0.80 A. M.
Leo??c Columbia*.7.80 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4 15 A. M.
AUQUSTA NICHT r.XPBI'.BS-8UKUAvs BXCKPTKD
Leave Charleston.H.?O P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.7.85 A. M.
Leave Auguatu.0.15 P. M
Arrive at Charleston.5.60 A. M.
Hl' M M KK V1 I.I.K THAI N.
Leave Summerville ut.7.2"? A. M.
Arrive at Charleston nt.K. It) A. M.
Leave Charleston at.%8.85 1*. M.
Arrive at Summerville at.1.50P. M.
Leave Cam len.7.20 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia..11.55 A. M.
Leave Columbia.*..2.10 P. M
Arrive at Camdcn. 0.65 P. M.
Day ond Niglii Trains eonnect at Augusta,
with Macou and Augusta Hail Itoad, Central
Kail Itoad and Georgia Kail Koad. This is
the quickest and most direct route, and as
comfortublu nnd cheap as any other route t?>
Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Louis,
and all other points West-an 1 Northwest.
Columbia Night Train connects with
(jrccnville and Columbia Railroad, and Day
and Night Trail.* connect with Charlotte
Through Tickets on >ale, via this route to
all points Nu it h.
Cnmdcn Train connects at Kingville daily
fiin-i'lit Sundays) wilb t?ny Passenger Train,
and runs through to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, Viec-President.
8. K. I'lCKKXS, Qcucral Ticket Agent.
Doers, Sashes, Blinds, &c
P. P. TOALK.
Manufacturer mid Denier,
No. *'i) llu^-ne Street and Il6*H?eek"a VVhail
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
); . This is the Largest and most Com
plete Pact?ry of the kind in ihe Southern
states, und all Articles in this line can be
furnished by Mr. P. l\ To a LB at juices which
r fl A pamphlet with full nnd detailed
liai of all si/.es of Doors Sashes and Blinds,
und the prices of each, will be sent free and
post Paid, on applicatiod to*
; I?. 1?. TOAI.I-'.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
july 15 wed
MONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
Tor SlRht i* Pricclctt?!!
BUT THE DIAMOND 8 PECT AC LES WIL1
PR ES ER YE IT.
If TOU value your Eyesight use these Per
feet Lenses, (I round from Minute Crystal
Pebbles. Melted together, and derive* their
name ??Diamond" on account of their Hnrd
ss and Brilliancy. They will last many
yoars without change, aud are warranted
superior to all ethers in mhc.
Manufactured by the Spencer Optica'.
Manufacturing Co., New York,
c VUTION.- None (lenuing unless starap
I wilb our trade mark.
For Sale by Responsible Agent* through
out the Union.
E. J. 0L1YEROS,
jan 20?ly Orangeburg, S. C.
Citizens' Savings Bank
OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Will pav 7 PER CENT. INTEREST on
SPECIAL DEPOSITS and 6 PER CENT, on
SAVINGS DEPOSITS, Compounded Semi
I*o<nl Finance Committee.
?nn. TIIOS. W. GLOVER.
Col. PAUL S. FELDER.
Capt. JNO. A. IIA MILTON.
J AS. II. FOWLES,
mar 28 jan cly
At Private Sale.
milE PLANTATION forming a part ot
I the Estate of the late Col. Keilt, and
known as ihe DARBY PLACE. The tract
consists of about bOO acres, one half well
Timbered, the remainder Rich, Bed, Loam
Soil, adapted to Crops of all kinds. These
are the Finest Lands in tho District, and
were vulued at $20 per acre, in 180??. Would
be sold for one-halt thu* , rice now. Ouv
fourth cash, tho rem air or in three instal
ments bearing interest from date and se
cured by mortgage of tho same.
This is a splendid chance, for aneryae do
siring to socuro Rich Lands, ftuu Wat or .Pow
er, excellent Cattle Range and a Refined
Neighborhood. Apply to
Mrs. L. M. KE1TT,
Or J U KE1TT, Esq.
0 ~ to *20 PER MY! Affcnta
lj)0 WANTED 1 All classes of working
peoplo, of either sex, young or old, make
moro money at work for as in their- sparo
moments, or all the time, than at anything
else. Particulars frse. * Address
01 8TIN80N A (NJ.,
Mp?<K -le " PorUxad, Maine.
ARRIVING BV EVERY ***-~^
* }.'? ? mi i. ^ tlrf?
GEO. II. CORNELSON'S.
In order to be prepared fortho demands ?>(' ?he nn nun, I um roceiring large supplies of
all the various goods needed at this time of tli ? y.i.;r; such in
P'nntution Supplies, Touls, Plows, Iron.
And everything eine neuessuri to make a crop. I am Agent for the following valaablo
and established Manures : .
ETI WAN DISSOLVED BONK,
ETIWAN CitOP FOOD.
ATLANTIC ACID PHOWlf'ATK;
II PKANK CoK'S PHOSPHATE,
LAND PL?STKK I.IMK AND SALT.
All the above Manures are offered at manufacture!** prices will ho sold at the same
terms as at Oie works und will be delivered if reriuesfcd at any depot on thcSoutH Carolina
job 1 ueo. h. cor nelsons
R?SSELL-STREET, ORANGEBURG, S. C.
fiie Subscriber takes great pleasure in nnViOuncing to his FRIENDS and the COM
MUNITY that he bus OPENED a FIIIST CLASS HOTKL, at the 1,-irgc; llcsideuco recent
ly occupied by Mr. Huiic Wunnamnker. Comfortable Accommodut'ohs, a Bounteous
Table slid Courteus Attention are Guaranteed. ?<<?, '? ?
jau lS^Jui J. \\\ II. DIKES.
HEGULAH DAILY TliADE.
ANOTHER TRAIN 'JUST IN A VP FILLED WITH
AND CUSTOMERS SlIORl'INti A4?
BULL, SCOVILL k PIKE,
Making Sclectiuu from their Extraordinary Lirge tud Varied Stock of
Their assortment, with constant additions, U
Koth as to STYLES and QUALITIES.
Their facilities in drawing supplies from desirable Markets *
FOR THE CASH
Enable thctn to make the hcht possih-o RATES, which is the old rule eon
tinned from its ORtJ AN IZ AT ION?
(Jiving an experience of '.\ft years in Business. #
Economy nnil Enterprise, together with the Energy and cjentlemanij deport'
ment of all their Assistants, are always fouud ut tho OLD ESTAKL18IIED
BULL, SCOVILL & TIKE.
may 25 o 1?
*T?TOULD INFOP.M THE PUBLIC THAT ?K IS STILL CARUYIN? on THB CAR-.
tV rinirc Makihg in ? all its various branches, and will Manufacture ??r Repair at the
Shortest Notice, alt Carriages, Buggies or Wagons. And an also prepared with
new pres8 and O ;i to gin and V\CK COTTO^**-**
. l4H? Ii" ? tM 4Mfes<
SHORT NOTICE. Cotton GINNED AT MY Ml LL has h.-onght f om \ to i moro
than that Ginned on the common Gins.
?et ?pl 2-1J H. RIGGS.