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,.^v^ The Sick at Soul.
1Hnp in mj keart I bear a bleeding sorrow
Yet it ?hall bo a-muto until our patting;
I f?ol It restless over qaiokcr starting
And how life a otrondjs art snapping night
But o&o ttiotr I, to Arborn my deep heart
I might confldo in slow and grieving
fci Oh 5 that I might elasp my souls dear trea
She sleeps and, ob t tbe dark grate has no
Oh 1 mother, hearken to my souls distress!
If thy sweet love la e'en in Death awake
And If thoo raaya'i enco more thy dear child
flo let me soon from this drear life asplro
1 fain would know tbe sight of endless rest
Ohl with thine anglo wings f?n out the
iiebifog fir e >
Ob I Eartb, let ave sleep softly in thy breast.
.ou Death by Stage Coach.
In theno days of railways and steam
boats, a stage eoaoh accident worthy n
telegraphic report is a novelty. Yet one
conies frdbi- New Hampshire which, in
!ta fatality, must bo placed beside the
ordinary disastors of the more uiodorn
and dangerous mode of travel. Six
horses attached to a stage ooach at the
White Mountains ran away, and in the
wreok which fdllowed, two persons wore
killed,'two others fatally wounded, nnd
nine more or less injured.
Possibly a moral may bo drawn from
this. Horses'will run away as well as
steam boilers explode, railroad bridges
break down, and vefscls go to the bot
tom. Suppose wo depended as largely
upon stage coaches as upon the other
modes of conveyance, and that ns many
people traveled as now?which by the
way, would be impossible?what reason
have we to oxpcot that fatal disasters
would bo less frequent f Perhaps, in
deed, we nre continually complaining of
^things which . is really better than it
(t&uld have been in tho old fashioned
ways. Stage diivers are no less care
less than engineers or conductors. It
may fairly bo said that life would be
equally as safe in the hands of the same
man, whether ho controlled a conch or a
trnin. We have beeu told that there is
one* conductor on a Massachusetts mad
-2^one of the first ever constructed?who
has served in that oapacity since tho first
train ran upon the road For twenty
~~' ?yeawbefore that ho drove a coach be
tween Boston and Portsmouth; yet in
all that time he has never sacrificed a
cent of property or lost a lifo by care
lessness. Such instances are of course
rare; if they wbro net, disasters such as
that reeerded, or as the railroads and
steamboats almost daily furnish, would
be almost unknown.
Going to the Cars.
There is something exhilarating in
seeing' a man hastening to the cars, es
pe dally if he thinks he hasn't one mo
ment to. ?pare, but, rather, several to
gain, and has a carpet-bag in one hand
and a paper parcel in the other. We
confess ourselves that auch a sight is not
exactly repulsive to us. He takes 1 ho
middle of the street, as it is the most
open thoroughfare, and has his overcoat
apart and flapping, nnder the impression
that it in itome way accelerates his mo
tien. While ho thus leaps over tho
ground, with the carpet bag swinging
around and rapping against his le^it,
what a maguificeot speoimen of physical
activity, directed by intones mental up
plication, ho presents. His oyesan-|<et
in his head, his face is flushed by tho
play of his muscles, his mouth hangs
carelessly open, and the cords in his
?neck -stand out like whip-lashes. Faster
and faster Iub legs ply agusatt the un
sympathizing earth; wilder and wilder
whirls thu carpet bag; overybody stops
t<r>jook at him; little-boys, too small ap
pVrcotly to take on interest in anything,
turn out of tho way to observe him, nud
to conjure hiri to groatorspeed. He
reaches, the depot, dashes through with
out ti e ticket, und lauds on tho pia'foriu
just as the train is moving away, hut
cufcburoged by tho cries und cheuriu?
shouts of tho hangers-on who get in
froot of him, he makes tho cur, plunges
into the only unoccupied seat, which is
next to the. slovo, and while the water
trinklos down his body and myriads of
redhot needles pierco his flesh, he has
plenty of time to- reflect on his narrow
escape ,from rousing tho train, and to
properly anathematize that last oup tf|
In, Florida, stock raising is vory pro
Stable, ns a herd of cr.ttlo will doublo in
value every three years. They require
no feeding in winter, and aro allowed to
ran wild and in common at all seasot s.
Every owner pnts his own special mark
and brand upon his cattlo, and then turnn
them oat to graze?not "upon n tb ub
and hills" h^t upon ono vast 1 ....
Every spring ho pans them, murk* and
brands the calves,and then turns thom
out again, retaining 01 ly such as ho re
quires fot dairy purposes. No pains aro
taken to improve . tho stock, which is
very inferior. Pour-ycar-old steers soil
for about twenty duiSir* each.
rX> jR JA.M180jST ?
attorney at law.
Will praotlo e In Ibo Courts of ORANOE
B?RO and BARK WILL.
OFFICE COURT HOUSE SQUARE.
Fob 22d lly
THE OLD ESTABLISHED
^(kiual <??uAme6d> (golhae
No. 8 N. Charles Street,
Organised and Dtvottd Itntlrtty to Prtpetrinf
tyjomiy and ??iddU g?tjed ?tfi J
TO BKCOMB THOROUGH
OVER 2500 YOUNG Mix)
SOUTHERN STA i ES
have' GRADUATED at this INSTITUTION, and
are notu filling Responsible and Lucrative Positions its
the LeaMn^ BANKS AND BUSINESS HOUSES of
THERE ARE NO VACATIONS. Students can
enter at any time.
Special Individual Instruction and surrest ruxtran
teed. Send for College Documents and splendid Speci
mens of Penmanship. Enclose two Postage Stamps.
Address all Communications to
W. if. 8A.DX.JBTt, Proa't.
Southern Business College,
Fever and Ague,
from-which mankind suiTcr over a large part of
the globe, is tho consequence of a diseased action
in tho system, induced ?y the poisonous miasra of
Tcgctablo decay. This exhalation is evolved by
tho action of sota he*?t on wet soil, and rises with
tho watery vapor from It. "While the sun is below
tho hor;-on this Taper lingers near the earth's sut>
face, and tho virus is taken with it through the
lungs into tho blood. There it acts on an irritating
poison on the intcrn.il viscera and excreting organs
of the body. 1 he iivcr becomes torpid and fans to
secrete not only this virus, but also the bile from
the blood. Both tho virus and the bile accumulate
in the circulation, and produce violent constitu
tional disorder. The spleen, the kidneys, oni the
stomach sympathize with the liver, and become
disordered also. Finally, the instinct of our or*
ganisra, as if in on attempt to expel tho noxious
infusion, concentrates the whole blood of the body
in the internal cxcrctorics to forco them to cast it
oat Tho blood leaves tho surface, and rushes to
ths central organs with congestive violence. This
Is tho Chili,. But In this cllbrt It fails. Then the
Fnvnn follows, in which the blood leaves the cen
tral organs and rashes to the surf???, as if hi
another effort to expel the irritating poison through
that other great excretory?.tho skin. In this
also it fails, and tho system abandons the attempt
exhausted, and waits for tho recovery of strength
to repeat the hopeloss effort another day. Thcco
are the fits or paroxysms of Fbtbr and Aouc
Such constitutional disorder will of course under
mine the health if it is not removed.
We hare labored to find, and, have found, on
Ayer's Ague Cure,
which neutralises this malarious poison in the
blood, and stimulates tho liver to expel it from the
body. As it should, so it does curs this afflicting
disorder with perfect certainty. And it docs more,
or rather does what is of more service to those sab?
icct to this infection. If taken in soason it expels
t from the system a* 't Is absorbed, and thus keeps
those who usa 1* fro* from its attacks; keeps too
system in heal. ?> rJth xgh exposed to tho dtaoose.
Consequently it i*ot only cures, but protects from,
the prent variety of affections which arc induced
by this malignant influence, such as Remittent
Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb, or Masked Ague,
Periodical Headache, or Bilious Hcadacho, Bilious
Fcrors, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Blindness,
Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpita
tions, Painful Affections of the Spleen, Hysterics,
Colic, Paralysis, and Painful Affections of the
Stomach ana Bowels, all of which, when arising
from this cause, will be found to assume more or
loss the intermittent type. This " Aaim Cr/nu"
removes tho cause of these derangements, and cares
This it accomplishes by stimulating the oxcre
tories to oxpel the virus from the system: and
these organs by degrcos become habited to do thlf
their office of their own accord. Henco arises what
we term occlinurtafion. Time may accomplish the
earno end. but often life is not long enough, or is
sacrificed in the attempt, while this " Aoub Cvrb "
does it at once, and with safety. Wo havo great
reason to behove this is a surer as well as safer
remedy for tho whole class of diseases which are
caused by the miasmatic infection, than any other
whlehhas been discovered: and it has still another
important advantage to the public, which is, that
it is cheap as well as good.
DB. J. O. AYER & CO.
Price Onb Dollar rsn Dottle.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for the euro of
?very variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of Its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do moro than
assure tho people its quality is kept up to tho best
it over has been, and that it may bo 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.
For thb Curb op Dtspbpsia ;
For jaundich ; *
For thb Cvrb op Indigestion ;
For II bad a cms;
For thb Curb op Dysentery;
For a Foul Stomach ;
For tub Conn op Erysipelas ;
For thb Piles ;
For tub Curb op Scrofula ;
For all Scropulous Complaints ;
For thr Curb op Rheumatism j
For Diseases op tub Skin ;
For tub Curb op Liter Complaint t
For Dropsy ;
Fon tub Curb op Tetter, Tumors and 8alt
For Worms j
For Tns Curb op Gout;
For a Dinnbr Pill ;
For tub Curb op Nbubaloia ;
For Forxpyino tub Blood.
They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive ean take them pleasantly, and being purely
vegetable, no harm can ariao from their use In any
Price 2d cents per Box; Five boxes far fMQ,
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personages, havo lent their
names to eortlfy the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but onr epsco hero will not permit the
Insertion of them. Tho Agents below named fur
nish gratis our American Almanac in which they
are given; with also full descriptions of tho above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their care.
Do not be pat off by unprincipled dealers with,
other preparations thoy make more profit off.
Demand Aybr's, and take no others. Tho sick
want the best aid there U for them, and they should
have it. Z
. All our Remedies ore for sale by
Hm just returned from tho North, and having purchased a LARGE nad
VARIED assortment of
& ^ 2 O W O H
be-: W b? Co O O
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S" M ca
He invites overy one to INSPECT his
STOCK AND PRICES
beforo purchasing elsewhere
RUSSELL STREET, ORANGEBURG, S. 0.
oct 4 1873 52
GEO. H. CORNELSON
Is receiving now, constantly addi
tions to his Stock of DRY GOODS,
Groceries, Hardware, Boots & Shoes,
Hats, Saddles, Harness, Crockery,
Wood and Willow Ware, etce, and
offers the same at prices to suit the
times. BAGGING and TIES always
on hand. I also continue to buy
COTTON, MCE and all COUNTRY
Produce at the HIGHEST Market
PRICE.Please call in and see for
GEO. H. CORNELSON'S.
Throughout tho State are acquainted
with the reputation ol my HOTEL.
GOOD MEALS and Condor: able
Lodgings nrc what all my customers,
traucut aud permanent
Of The Faroe satisfaction is expressed as to tho
BARGAINS to be obtained in my Storo. With a
.fine aud completo assortment of GROCERIES, and
a Btock of DRY GOODS, unrivalled for excel
lence in the Market of Ur?iigeb?rg. 1 cau, with
My friends to remember
Tines are hard, very hard, and money hard to get, but those who give
roe a call will never dispute* the assertion that the best BARGAINS
to be had in Orangeburg are obtainable at my Storo, and my Store only.
I will keep also, during the winter, a supply of HORSES aud
HOGS lor sale at reasonable prices. The fact is if you want a
Bargain oi any sort, you cannot, get it unless you call on
ootis-tr . W. A. MEKOKET.
SUGARS OF ALL GRADES!
I YOSE & IZLAR
3 Wholesale and lletail Gr;mn, ?
? RUSSELL STREET. 5
Arc now offering a very choice and well selooted stock ol ^
1 FANCY AND HEAVY GROCERIES %
H jar SATISFACTION GUARANTEED-?8
5 Goods Delivered.
% VOSE & IZLAE.
SMOKE AND DRY SALT BACON.
And now opening, at
A full assortment of FALL and
WINTER GOODS, of every descrip
tion, at prices to suit the times.
A full stock of choice Groceries
now on hand.
Sept. 27, 1373 35 lp
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
SoBGieg ? jpg
Charleston, S. C. December 14, 1872.
ON AND AFTER 8UNDAY DECEMBER
14, the Passenger Train on the South
Carolina Railroad will run as follows;
LeftTo Charleston.0.30 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.0.20 P, M.
Lcnvo Charleston.0.30 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.5.20 P. M.
Leave Columbia.9.00 P. M.
Arrive nt Charleston.4.45 P. M
Leave Angusta.0.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.46 A. M.
COLUMBIA MIOBT KXPnRSS?SUNDAYS BXCBrT
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. II.
Arrive at Columbia.0.30 A. M.
Leave Columbia.7.80 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.45 A. M.
AUGUSTA NIOIIT EXPRESS-SUNDATB EXRKF?SD
Leave Charleston.-8.30 P. M.
Arrive nt Augusta.7.35 A. M.
Leave Augusta.0.15 P. M
Arrive at Charleston.-5.50 A. M.
Leave Summcrville at.7.25 A. M.
Arrive nt Charleston at. .8.40 A. M.
Leave Charleston at.3.35 P. M.
Arrive at Sumnicrvillo at.4.50 P. M.
CAMDEN II Ii a .nc r?.
Lcav? Carodcn.7.20 A. M.
Arrivo nt Columbia.11.65 A. 11.
Leave Columbia.2.10 P. M.
Arrivo at Chmden. 0.55 P. If.
Dny and Night Trains oonnect at Augusta,
with Macau and Augusta Rail Road, Central
Rail Road and Qcorgia Rail Road. This is
the quickcHt and most direct route, and as
comfortable and oheap as any other route to
Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Louis,
and all other points West and Northwest.
Columbia Night Train oonnects with
Urcenville and Columbia Railroad, and Day
aud Night Trains oonnect with Charlotte
Through Tickets on sale, via this routo to
all points North.
Cnmden Train connects at Kingvillo daily
(except Sundnys) with isny Passenger Train,
and runs through to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, Vice-President.
S. B. Picken*, General Ticket Agent.
A Valuable Invention
AN FNTIRELY NEW
FOR DOMESTIC USE.
OXLY riYE DOLLARS.
WITH THE NEW
Patent Button Hole Worker.
THE MOST SIMPLE AND COMPACT IN
MOST DURABLE AND ECONOMI
CAL IN USE.
. MODEL OF COMBINED STRENGTH
Complete in all its part.*, use*the Strnighl
Eye Pointed Needle, Self Threading, direct,
upright Positive Motion, New Tension, Reif
Feed and Cluth Guidcr. Operates by Wheol
and on a Table. Light Running, Smooth
und noiseless like all good high priced
machines, llus patent check to prevent the
wheel being turned the wrong way. Uses
the thread direct from the spool. Make?
the Elastic Lcck Stitch (finest and utrongect
?titelt known ;1 Arm, durable, clo.se and
rapid. Will do all kinds of work, fine and
coarse, from Cambric te heavy Cloth or
Leather, and uses all descriptions of thread
The best mechanical talent in America
and Europe, has beeu devoted to improving
and simplifying our Machines, combining
only that which is practicable, and dis
pensing with all complicated surroundings
geuerully found in other machines.
Special terms aud extra inducements to
malo and fcmule agents, store keepers, &c,
who will establish agencies through the
country and keep our new machines on ex
hibition and sale. County rights given to
smart agents free. Agent's complete outfits
furnishod wit hon*. any extra charge.
Samples of sewing, descriptive circulars
containing terms, testimonials, engravings,
etc., scut free
Address, BROOKS SEWING MACHINE
CO., No. 1329 Broadway, New York,
feb 8 ly
MONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
For Sight it* PrleclcHH!!
BUT THE DIAMOND SPECTACLES WILL
If you value your Fyesigbt use these Per
fect Lenses, Ground from Minuto Crystal
Pebbles, Melted together, and derive their
mime "Diamond" on account of their Hard
ness and Brilliancy. They will last many
years without change, and nre warranted
superior to all others in use.
Manufactured by the Spencer Optica
Manufacturing Co., New York.
CAUTION.?None Genuing unless stamp
ed with our trade mark.
For Sale by Responsible Agents throngh
oht the Union.
E. J. 0LIVER03,
jan 20?ly Orangeburg, 8. C.
At Private Sale.
1MIB PLANTATION forming a part of
. the Estate of the late Col. Koitt, and
known as the DARBY PLACE. The tract
consists of about 600 acres, ono half well
Timbered, the remainder Rich, Bed, Loam
Soil, adapted to Crops of all kiuds. These
aro the Finest Lands in tho District, and
were valued at $20 per aore in I860. Would
bo Hold for ono-hnlf tha? ,?rico now. One
fourth cash, tho remair cr in three instal
ments bearing interest from date and se
cured by mortgngo of tho same.
This is a splendid chanco for aneryne de
siring to seoure Rich Lands, flue Water Pow
er, excellent Cattlo Range and a Refined
Neighborhood. Apply to
Mrs. L. M. KF.1TT,
Or JO KEITT, Esq.
d?r to *20 PER DAY! Agents
tPfJ WANTED! All classes of working
people, of either sux, young or old, mako
more money at work for us In their spare
moments, or all the time, than at anything
else Particulars free. Address
Oj STINSON & CO.,
sept 9? _io Porthnd, Maine.
DRY GOOD AND GROCTIEIES,
HAVE GREAT PLEASURE in submitting the followiug list of GOODS
to their patrons and the public, and while thanking them for past confidance so
liberal ly bestowed, offer renewed assurance* that every effort will bo made to meet'
their wants with the very best of goods at lowest cash prices.
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, BOOT8, SHOES, HATS, CAPS
and CLOTHING, STAPLE GROCERIES, such as
FLOUR, SUGAR, COFFEE, BACON,
HAMS, MACKEREL, LARD Ac.
RAISINS, JELLIES, SAUCES, SPICES, PICKLES, MUS
TARD, Ac, CANNED FISH, FRUIT, and VEGE
TABLES, in every variety, TINWARE, and
CROCKERY, A FULL LINE AL
WAYS ON HAND.
MOSELEY & CROOK,
(OPPOSITE THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.)
June 28 june 28 Jj
RUSSELL-STREET, OBANGEB?RS, 8. C.
The Subscriber ttkea great pleasure in announcing te his FRIENDS end the COM
MUNITY that he haa OPENED a MUST-CLASS HOTEL, at the Large Beeidente rteeat
1y oocupied by Mr. Hone Waunamakcr. Comfortable Accommodations, a Baaste**?
Table aud Courtcua Attention are Guaranteed.
jan 18?Um JT. W. H. DVEQC.
EEGTJLAR DAILY TRADE.
* ANOTHER TRAIN JUST IN AND FILLED WITH
AND CUSTOMERS SHOPPING AT"
BOLL, SCOVILL k PIKE,
Making Selection from their Extraordinary Large and Varied Btesk ef
Their assortment, with constant additions, is
Both as to STYLES and QUALITIES.
Their facilities in drawing supplies from desirable Markets
FOR THE CASH
Enable them to mako the best possible RATES, which is '
tinued from its ORGANIZATION?
L- . . ?? .. ? _ .j ? :J '?
Giving r.n experience of 30 years in Business.
Ecoc.my and Enterprise, together with the Energy and gentlemanly depart*
ment of all their Assistants, are always found at the OLD ESTABLI8H2?
BULL, SCOVILL & PIKE.
may 25 c jy
WOULD IRFOP.M Tfl? POBtJC THAT HE 18 STILL CARRYING OK THB WA?
ringe MnKihg in all its various branches, and will Manufacture rr Repair at tse
Shortest Notice, all Carriages, Bngglcs or Wagons. And am also prepared wit*
NEW PRESS AND G NI TO GIN AND PACK COTTON
SHORT NOTICE. Cotton GINNED AT MY MILT, has brought from 1 WI eeat n*f*
than that Ginned on tho common Gins, H * RH^^B
o?t %pl 2?ly