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The "Dashaways," of San Francisco^
"UMBHj appliu7l'to~S"am. 'Booth''' for a
contribution to their Sunday evening
fuse, iahe complied by appearing before
them and readiug the following metrical
essay on tho fools vrho get drunk :
Of all the poor fools who inhabit this earth ?
Fools by misfortune, ami fools from their
Rich foolB ami poor fools and grcalTuols an I
The man who gels druak is the greatest pf
all. ?* *' '
The spendrift who revels in riotous living.
In spending, or loosing, or lending, or giv
Is foolish enough; but.he has not yet sunk;..
To the level of him who is constantly drunl:
Tho msior, otorna*!'y starving an 1 sl ivm ;.
For wb*t he i* eawmg, or st-'tiling, or sav
May bo reckoned a fool; hut he is no) quite
So foolish as he who will got on a "tight. *
Tho man who will wager and dicker find lie
On tho toss of a cent or the cant of a dib,
You would thiuk aa foohsh as foolish could
Bui tho drunkard is oven mure foolish than
gnjnjpnnnnnnnsnn ? ? r"
Investments in "wildcat" are mostly a cur
Bat investments in whisky uro somothiuc
st ill worse,
For stocks do uot always their favors re
But whiskey investments arc cei l tin to lose.
And so I'm convinced of the truth of nn
That of all the poor fools for th'n wbrl 1 and
i the next,
Ihe rich or the poor, the great or the sm .11
The mau who gets drunk io the greatc.-u o,
Lau gliogra s.
Epitaph for an aeronaut?'Goiio up ' t
It is significant that i:to advcriia. '
rhymes with 'Ho rcaliao."
Tlti ladles love goats, but <n\\-j t'.r.-i
of the Reding breed.
Wickedness with bo.tuty i.- lit.' d.'vil
* honk-, baited.
j Custom m;>y load .1 man into mauvcr
WOrs^utB ratifies ti'?ne.
In these thins wo fight lor idr. s, and
newspapers arc uur fortresses.
All men would bo masters of each oth
cr aud nu.tuau is lord ofhiuiself.
"Without earnest convictions no grea*
or 30und*1iurturc is wnp-ii^i?
SJliberality consists loss in giving pro
>cly titan in giving judiciously.
Take away ambition and where will be
ypur^tjyqea and patriots 7
He who is only in g o 1 hoalth. :mi !
willing to work, has nothing to fear in
Bad temper bites at both end?, it
makes one's self nearly as miserable as it
does other people.
!T We hhould accustom the nt'nd to !cct p
the best company, by introducing ti mi
Fuss works hard all day, and don't
do enny thing, goes to bed tired at nip:lit,
then gets up next morning, and begins
again where she left ?ph.? Hilling*.
A consequential young fnp asked at.
aged conutry sexton if the ringing ol n
bell did not put him in mind of bis
latter eud. "No, sir," rap lied the grim
old g^avedigger; ' but tho rope puts
me iu mind of yours."
At. a^jeuiln party uno little follow-,
rejoicing iu tho splendor of his new
clothes, went up to nuoth.ir with the
triumphant remark: "Ynii ain't dies
ed as well as I am." "Well," retorted
tue other, "1 can lick you, anyhow "
Hartz bus produced a mw irick in
??ew Volk. He sushis his hands in a
large basin of wat er, thr-.ws the coiiiyiis
of the Vessul over the audience au 1 to
the'"amusement of the spectators ii,e .
are smothered with flowers, instead of
being deluged with water.
Tflfl Pot'Tii Carolina H.\l I.K<>Mi
'J he AVirs says : J-Skuce thu Iresha m
three weeks ago v^bulc line of tLi?
railroad bos been tfllrefully examined
tho breaks have been made good, the
possible weak places have been strength
rued and nothing has been h it uudoui
t) keep tho mud in a thoroughly safe
eondition. Tho work oil:the lii?rh litie
irom Charleston to Augusta has been.in
tho skillul ehurgo el Mr d. H. limk
halter, the supervisor of the division, aim
a more energetic or more louipcteut mo
for the position he occupies iv Wuttid bo
very hard to find."
?asBafr'ewnnonsa???? tastes -
^h^tj^pnljTsUrsing editor of a pa'per
*D ^%Bas\nT<3sj4V"*? drops into poetry as
"We had sweet dreams tho other night,
When all around mss still;
TVs dreamed we ??tft luVsW^ft*11*"!! nTQ'
Fay up their pr ^
We wish the dret.m would como to pass,
And (uj cm^tyjQqoiais^lU^ae rftiw ail
Tar e^fle1pTllne'*JMlIls Juni, i? mm
D 11 JAMISON
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will pruouoe ? in tl.o Courts of OPANttE
UUUG and DAHN WILL.
IUT HOUSE y QU A HE.
TUB Of.P ESTABLISHED
Q-'/c/uu/ oJiJUH IICM (( c l'/cXJG
SVbl <? TV* Charles Street,
BAL T/MOKE, AID,
Organttmt tvut ffetitfaj lintirtlp to Prepartsiff
yoanamid e/Zu/c/fc %ft}cd eti ?
to urco.vH ri/oROL'GH
(Practical Aecoiin tan Is
OVliR 2?00 YO UNG
l i lts run
XStv ck tnr.t ? i :? .?' this /.%:?;//rrrrox. and
are now fitting AVi/cwiiMc au.i Lucrative I'ositioht in
th< U?i:nK /.VtA.V.Y AA'i' I . ../.\'A.'..S ttOCS&S 4/
thr i 'ou-ti y.
rithius AR?: r.ic.t r/<\\.\: y-tud, ntt can
f>tt< r al a>:v t
Special Tiidivtdual Instruction ami \ttcm$ jcu.iritn
teed. Sender i '?'?\.- /;.h xf>Und:d Sfe.i
mens <J' i\i:. t.u:>'--f. I ?. /.?#? tt>:- /'.i/iice Utamft.
Addrttf.ufl C.i.umunices:.'tut t.
V. it S I /> /Vr?V.
Southern Hutiuess CV//<x*.
Fever and Ague,
from which mankind sulTcr over n largi part of
the globe, is the consequence of a diseased nction
in the system, induct-d by the poisonous iniosm of
vegetable decay. Thi-; exhalation is evolved tiv
the action of sohur hey oh wet soil, and rises with
the watery vnpor from it. While the son is below
the horizon this vapor lingers nenr the rnrth's sur
face, and the virus is taken with it through the
longs into the blood. There it acts as an irritating
poison on the internal viscera and .excreting organs
of the, body. The livar become:; torpid and fails to
secrete not ouly this virMS, but also the bile from
tin1 blood. I?>ith the virus and the bile accumulate
in the circulation, and produce violent constitu
tional disorder. The spleen, tin- kidneys, uud the
stomach sympathise with thr. Hrer, and become
disordorcd'also. Finally, the instinct of our or
ganism, ua if in aiKiittcinpt to oxntd the noxious
;:ifusion, concentrates the winde Wood of the body
in tho inil-rnal exorotorics to force then to east it
nut. The blood loaves the surfjnq, ami rushes to
the central organs with congestive violence. This
is the CniT.i.. Out in this c(Tbr! it falls, 't'hen the
FfiVBB follows, in which the blood leaves the ocn
trnl organs and rushes to the surface, as if in
. another effort to expel the irritating poison through
that other great excretory ? the skin. In this
also it fails, and the system abandons the attempt
exhausted, and waits liir the reuovury of strength
-to repeat thoJiopeless offbrt another day. These
nre the fits or paroxysms of Fkvbu and Aoub.
Such coristituti mnl di.-irder will of course under
mine the health if it is not removed.
hnvo -1 *' "??Jr ???-?? ??- A-muU, an
Ayer's Ague Cure,
which neutralizes this malarious poison in the
blood, and stimulates the liver to expel it from the
body. Am it shot?il, so it does cure this aftlictiog
disorder with perfect certainty. And it does more,
or rather does what is of more sendee to thosu sub
ject to this infection. If t..ken in season it expels
it from the system as it is absorbed, and thus keeps
those who use it free from its attack!; keeps the
system in health although exposed to the chsoauc.
Consequently it not only cures, but protects from,
the great variety of afllctioiiB which are induced
bv this malignant influence, such as Remittent
Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb, or Masked Ague,
Periodical He.ulacbe, or Hiliotis Headache. Bilious
Fevers, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Blindness,
Toothache, Barache, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpita
tions, Painful Affections of the Spleen, Hysterics,
Colic, Paralysis, and Painful Affections of the
Stomach and Hoivels, nit of which, when arising
from this cause, will be found to assume more or
less the intermittent typo. This,4AouB Cvhb"
ninoves the cause of these derangements, and eure?
This it accomplishes by stimulating the excre
torics to exjiel the virus from the system ; and
these organs by degree-, become habited to do this
their office of their own accord. Hence arises what
we term arelimatatit'ii. Time may accomplish the
same end, but often life is not Icing enough, or is
sacrificed in the attempt, while thin " Aotk Cvhb "
does it at once, mid with safety. We have great
rcaton to believe this is a surer as well as safer
remedy for the winde class of diseases which aro
mused by the miasmatic infection, than any other
which has been discovered; and it has still another
iinjiortant advantage to the public, width i?, that
it is cheap as well as good.
T>Il. J. C. AYER & CO.
Pnicc One Dollar pib Bottlb.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for the cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of iu virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant uso
throughout this section, wc need not do more than
assure tho people its quality is kept up to the best
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A PURGATIVE MEDICINE.
Fob CosIIVBNkjm ;
Fort Tin: Conn or Uvsi'srsia;
Fun J u sun i .
Fon thi: Chbh pa Imh-ji -tion ;
Fon Tim Com: t>r Dvsvntkiiy:
Foh a Fort. StoWM h ;
Fon tur Ci uk op BBTSll'BLAS:
Fou tub PlLBSt
Fon thb Curb of SenorcLA ;
Fon at.i Bquofulous Comio.aints;
For mi: Curb of Hiibcmatism;
Foil DisLAbt-s of thi: Skin ;
Fon rnf. Curb Or Lrv*r Complaint;
Fon This Ci sw or TkTt>:ii, Ti uors and Salt
. VOn Wonws;
Fott thb CeitF. or Ooct;
For a lii.nnf.ii I'm.i.;
Fon TiiF. Cobs <>? Nkurauua?;
For Pl'rifyino thu. Blood.
They Ore fmgar-eoa|cd, so that the most sensi
tive can take'them iBcSAaiitly, and being purely
vegetable, no harm can arise from their use m any
? Fries 86 cents per Sox; Five boxes for $1.00.
Grcst numbers of Clergymen. Physicians, Statcs
nien, ana finiumt peraonagee, have lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of'these
remedies, but our spare here will not )>ermit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named faw
nish gratis out AmF.RK'AN AlmANAC in which they
are given; with also full descriptions of thr above
conipbdnl?. and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their Cure, i
' I)o rtot be put otf by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations the/ make mo.o profit on.
Demand A van's, nnd take no others. The sick
want the best aid thurc ia fur tlwm, and they should
h?TOt*t.<T?P4 , BnriiM rf*w
All our Li medics are for sale by'
ft A T J? i
WE All READY!
T Kohn & Bro
Are now displaying the LARGEST
BEST SELECTED and CHEAPEST
BOOTS & SHOES
ever offered in this TOWN !
All we ask is a call, to CONVINCE
70u of tho above FACTS.
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER.
And now opening", at
ivlcjn aniara s.
A full assortment of FALL and
'iVINTER GOODS, of every descrip
tion, at prices to suit the times.
A full stock of choice Groceries
now on hand.
Si pt 27, 1^7:5 B5 lj.
MOSELY & CROOK.
DRY GOOD AjND GROCERIES.
II AVK G 15 BAT PLEAS!" RE in submitting: the following list of GIRODS
'(. iliHir patrons and tlie puldic, end while than king them It past confidence 1*0
iqcrally bestowed, offer rcnowcd nssuranip thai overy effort will bu made 10 meet
lueir wuutri with the very best of goods ut lu vest cash prices.
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS. CAPS
und CLOT4IINO, STAPLE GROCERIES, such is
FLOUR, SUGAR, COFFEE, RACON,
HAMS, MACK ER EL, I. A H? \.-.
FANCY (iR(H KIM KS,
RAISINS, JKLLIES, SAUCES, SPICKS, PICKLES, MIS
TARD, &c, CANNED FISH, FRUIT, and VKC.BC
TA HI.KS, in every variety, TINW ARK, and
0ROCKKKV, A FULL LIN 15 AL
WAYS ON HAND.
M?SELF.Y & CROOK,
(OPPOSITE THE v.. ;:<K>'*' SAYJ?g? BAM hi.)
junc US junc 23 \y
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
ClIAULKBTON, H. C. DCCCnil ii t 1 I, 1872.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY DECEMBER
14, t lie Passenger Train on 11??* Souih
Carolina Railroad will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.A M.
Arrive at Columbia.5.580 P. M.
roR ACUI STA.
Leave Charleston.9.3p A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.5.-0 P. M.
FOB ' II VIII.ESTON,
Lcav,e Columbia.'?<?0 P. M.
Arrive hi Charleston.I '5 P. M
Leave Augusta.A M.
Arrive at Chariest ou.I 15 A. M.
cnM'MrUA Ninill EXPRESS? SSNUAVS R.XCEII
I.rave CLarleston.7.SO P. M.
Arrive at Columbia..R.30 A. M.
f.ea"e CdluuibiH.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charlcstou.?! 15 A. M.
AVUUSTA NHJIIT KXPRKS* SI'KDATS KXCKPTKl>
Leave Charleston. .B.00 P. M.
Arrive :it Augusta.7 ' > A. V..
Leave Augusta.8.15 P. M
Arrive at Charleston.5.50 A. M.
Rr.MMt.RVli t.K THAIS.
Leave Sutumcrvillu at....,.!.-?> A. M.
Arrive at Charleston hi.8.40 A. M.
Leave Charleston ?t.;;.:'.?"? P. M.
Arrive al bummcrville at.LOOP. M.
Leave Cam Ion.7.20 A. M.
Arrive al Columbia .11..">?"> A. \l.
Leave Columbia.2. 10 P. M
Arrive at Camdcri. li.?? P. M
Lay an 1 Night Trains connect at Augusta,
w it li Maooii ami Augusta I tail Rond; Central
hail Roud an I Ocorghi Rail Roud. 'I Iiis is
llio i|iiickcHt and most ilircct route, and us
comfortable anil cheap a- any other route t<>
Louisville, Cincinnati. Chicago, St. Louis,
and a 11 other | olnis West and Northwest.
t olumbia Night Train conuects with
(ireenvilic und ? olunibiu Railroad, m I Day
and Nicht Trains connect ,.\iih Charlotte
Through Ticket? on sale, via this rmitc to
nil points Norl It.
i Cuirtdcn Train connects nl kingviRc iloily
I (except Sundays) with c.. > Pus?cnger Train,
m i i nn.- ihrhhgh in C< lumhin.
A L. TYLER, Viec-Pre*ident.
S. 1>. i'n .v. ss, tieuoral Tieket Acut.
Doors, Sashes. Blinds, &e
vj;.i.u.ac..?rcr .:.?ti Dealer,
No. 510 lie Street and (lor)bock's V. harl
CHAHLKSTON, S. 0. .
f -. ? Til'- i.s I he LSreest mi I ;u'oyl Com
|i1 ie I ????? -r\ f t iInj kind in the Southern
! H'titc*. niid all article* in tin- line can hi"
! I,.. ;;?-??? ? t.y Vr. I'. P. T?*i.i at ;uices which
I del'*! .. i i .i itiuni
' j. ? A i -.in pit let .'.i!i full nil I .Mailed
? li?t nf all sd/.f l>oi i- ?:i-!ii > ami Uliiid.?,
met the prices of racli, ??. '? ?? si ut free ur.n
j podt 1 aid, "ii :n | lieatin 1 to"
. I?. i\ TOAT..E,
CIl YRLESTON, :?? C.
jiily 15 weo
MONKV (ANNOT BUY IT!
fr'or SJ^li? iE'l'icelettfi!!
IJUT Tili. L1A.MONL SPKCTACLKS WILl
If yon value your Fyesighl one these Per?
feet I.ensoH, Ground from Miituio Crystal
Pebble?, Melted logolher, niid ?lerirt? their
name "Diamond' uii aeeount of their Flard<
nrpH snd Rrilliuncy. Tlmy ?*ill !s>i many
y.*ars without change, niid nie warranted
sitiperior I" all Others in u?e.
Manu fuel ur ed by the Spencer Optica
Manufacturing Co., Neu York.
CAUTION. None flcuuing unh'S.i stamp
el witb our tradii mark.
hor ISnle by Kespousible Apcnts Ihr on gh
oul Ibe i uiou.
E. '. OLIVEROS,
jah 5.'i> lv Oranirebtirir, S. C.
Citizens' Savings Bank
OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Will pay 7 PER CENT. j|NTKRK.ST on
SPECIAL DEPOSITS rtnd 6 PER b'ENT. on
SAVtNtiS DEI'OSITrf, Compounded Sena
f.??<*aI Fluuncc C1oitiiiill<ec.
Hon. Till IS VV <; l.<>\ KR.
Col. PAI Ii S l-'KLDKR.
Capt. .LNO. A. HAMILTON.
JAS. IL KOWLES,
mar 23 jun cly
At Private Sale.
rpHE PLANTATION forming a part oi
I tin' Estate ol die lute Col, Keitl, nml
known ah tlic DARRY PLACE. Tho tract
conpiats i>i about tlOO acres one half well
Timboroil, the remainder Rich, Reil, Loam
Soil, aduptod to Crops of all kiii'ls. These
are ilie Finest Lauds in the District, ami
were valued ut S?0 per acre in ism;. Would
be sold for one-halt' tins' , rice now. One
fourth cash, the rcninii er in three inslsl
m iits bearing interest from dale und sc
Hired by mortgage of tliosamo.
This is u Bplendid ehanoc for ane<ync de
nii.n^ u> secure Uich Lands, Rne W.iior Pow
er, excellent Cattle Range and a Rupued
Neighborhood. Apply to
Mrs. L. M. KK1TT.
Or J U KEITT, Es(1.
iljr to 8ao Pi:u DAY! Arch (a!
i^fl WANTED! All elasscs of working
people, of either sex, young or old, muke
more uiouey at wurk for uh in their spare
moments, or all the time, than at anything
eliss. Particulars free. Address
(IJ ST IN SON it CO.,
?ept;i? -lo Porthnd, Maiuc.
bus never been Melt with ft SALOON to Equal tho KNTHRPRISE. ENTIRELY RX-AP
POINTEL and BKPLEN'ls, KU. it is pi eminently tho RAR of the ?AY. Under ray
management it lias grown bo popular that men who hare not tasted the grapo for twonty
years, have becuaeuu, und ire now, PR Y.C i'lOl.NO at my ColJVTKIt. Mince, their steps
have become STEADIER their visiuus CLEARER, und (heir sleep SOUNUttR. Tho
people hay (but siuCQ C?j day that Oruttgcburg was
LAID lU ASHES
by the liuiid of LVCENDI \K!S. nothing hns hern seen hereabouts to EQUAL mv HUPEBB
STOCK of MELLOW WHISKEYS, while ALL /VflREK withone VOICE that jny rJ.L'1*PLY
of ALES, WINES, BRANDIES, HUMS, UINK, COBDIAL8, SYKCPS, etc., is pure and
Ii at. Aa heard up ut tin people are for MOMil Ihejr ull withone acsord declare
ONE MILLION OF DOLLARS
could not induce them to do without my vivifying drinks. Although they have
the Merlin, Bliss ft Co'-, mit some pleasure id still kit them in the reflection that the
Supreme < lonrl < \ SN<?I' grant u MA S DA MUS to compel mc to shut up my SALOON'. The
privilege is still left me to keep my 11 tit open, and to sell *
LIQUORS, WINES &c?
cheaper than any one else in Orangcburg.
(iivc me a trial und be convinced of the superiority of my Stock.
BY AUGUSTUS FISCHEB, Agt.
enterprise sa L(JON.
RUSSELL-STREET, ORANGEB?E?; S. C.
v ncennicd bv Mr II,,, VV. . ? " ? , . ' :.t the I ?rge Itesidonce recent
b> Mr- llano U? - er. Uowfolialde Ai conintridation? a Bounteono
l ib' anil Ci.iiitv.ii Aiici.Wuu are i!
jati IS -Sui
s, a Bounteous
J. IV. If. OlIiJRS.
REGULAR DAILY TRADE.
ANOTHER T Ft-a in JUS T IN and fIlLBD WITH
oi no l
and custom kns shopping .rr
Making Selection frun tluii ?'.:.: i ..o-Ihnrv T
v Lnrge ; nd Varied Stoek of
GEXEKAL M EUCH AIS DISE.
heir assortment, with constant additions, is
Both ns to STY LES and QUALITIES.
Their facilities in drawing supplies frjui dc-suable Markets
FOR TIIH CASH
Kimblo thrtn to mako the hevt pewsih'e RATES, which is
tinucd from it- ORGANIZATION?
Giving an experience of HO years in Business.
Reononiv and Kntcrprise together with tho Kncrgy and irontlnnanly ?Joporf
,ii, tit n! nil their Assistants, arc always found at tho OLD ESTABLISHED
BULL, SCOVILL & PIKE.
-?? e> -
WOULD INFOPM THE PUBLIC THAT HE IS STILL OAUIPTNO ON TITE CAR- .....
ringe Making in all its various brunches, and \? ill MarrVilwcftire or Repair at the
Shortest Notice, all Carriages, Buggies or Wagons. And am also prepared witn
NEW PRESS AND O .M TO GIN AND PACK COTTON ?
SHOUT N OTIC F.. Cotton O INN Kb AT MY MILL has brought f*om \ to J cent more
Ihuu that Ginned on toe common 0?n?. U*?MaH?s'*?u ****