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"ii:To the South Wl?dr? ,5 "1
Ovor tho mountaiu and snow-dcckcd trees
That sunlit ohcorily glisten
Yon Carol your mystical symphonies: i.ih f
.While 1 pauso and, spell-bound, listor ;
And scorn but to hour a melodious rhymo
Which your tuneful zephyrs aro weaving,
And.lt tells of a clime in tho olden time
That knew naught of bitter grieving
As kindly freo as the hoarts you havo loft,
You fondlo tho plushy mosses ,
And enfold each shrub in the shadowy cleft
' Which tho sunlight seldom crosses.
The gentians look up when your coming
And their tributes of pcrfuaro render,
Ab you rustle the dew-spangled ferns anear,
And the loaves in their russet splendor.
Thtn conic ovor the leas, oh, thcu gentle
With the odor of far-ofT flowers ;
My spirit enchant with your gladsome g'ces,
AByou murmur of evergreen bowers :
Come ou through the trees in their garb of
And sing of the Spring to tho leaves that
Encircle my brow with your balmy breath,
And tell me of skies that arc ever shining.
The tapering willows tremble to thoo
Through each of their pensile tresses,
The poplar a ud oak in their tremulous glco
Wave to your tender caresses ;
So ardently woo them with honeyed mouth,
In kisses so thrilling and tander,
Come, naiorous wind, from tho Sunny South.
And deepen the blushing wood's splendor.
For your coming our maples plaintively sigh
Through the moonlight's frosty gleaming,
Thon enwrap them as visions of days gone by
Oft gladden old age in its dreaming.
Come whispor of Hope to some lono little bird
That crouches in withering grasses,
And shakes when the iciclcd branches arc
By the Northern galo as it passes.
Oh, tell of the clime where magnolias wavo
As they bend to your sweet embraces,
And name the dear land of tho true and the
"Where affliction has won its traces.
Oh, bring to me oft the scent of the pine,
Which of old 3"ou were wont to borrow,
'Twill still eend a thrill through thi? heart of
Though it comes with the Southland's
A Small Fire For Chicago
Between thice and fear o'clock this
morniug a fire broke out ju the Union
Central depot building occupied by the
Michigan Central, Illinois Central and
Chicago, Burlington, Burlington and
Quiucy Railroads, at the foot of Lake
btrcet, and iu a short time made such
progress us to defy the fire department.
The building was entirely consumed,
The tracks were crowded with cars, and
most of them were saved, but the men
were uuuble to remove a number of fine
passenger cars. The losses arj oslim it
od at between three pnd four huudred
thousand dollars, and the amount of in
surance is unknown. The depot was a
' frame buildi'.^ put up alter tho great
firo for temporavy purpose. While the
fire was in progress, aud claimed the at
tention of tho fire department, the bell
sounded again, and the announcement
was made that a large stone front blu<-k
in State street, between Van Buren aud
Morrison street, was also on fire. It
was fully twenty minutes bclore the
engines reached the grouud, aud the
flames made such progress that five
buildings were consumed. The loss by
this firo was about 8200,000. The
buildings had been eroded since the
A couutry fellow who lisped having
bought some pigs, asked a neighbor for
the use of a pen Ibra few duys. Said he:
"I have jutht been purchathtn thomc
thwine?two thowth und pigth. I want
to put them in your pen till I can get s
place for them."
"Two thousand pigs !" exclaimed tho
neighbor; "why my pen will hardly hold
"You dou't underutund me, Mr. Bent
I don't thuy two thothand pigths, but
two thowth aud pigth."
"I here you," said Mr. Bent "Two
thousand pigs. Why, you must be
"I tell you again," exclaimed the man,
angrily, "I meant not twb thou than a
pigth, but two thowth and two pigth."
"Oh, that is what you mcau, eh ^
Well, tho pen is at your service."
An Inch a Y'eak.?A Minncssota
farmer gives, iu tho St. Paul Piuneer\
his experience of plowing a field lor
wheat ouo inch deeper evory yoar. The
first year ho plowed the land four inches
deep, and harvested sovon bushoU of
wheat to tho aoro.
The next BOttBon he plowed one inoh
dcoper and took off twenty bushels per
Continuing to plow ono inoh.deeper
tho next year, ho hnrvestod th}rty-ouo
and a half bushels.
A wonlthy New York lady supports
right poor families at an. expense of
3)0,000 a year.
OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
Charleston, S. C. Decomber 14, 1872.
ON .AND ATTER SUNDAY DECEMBER
14, .the Fftsseliger Train on (ho South
Carolina l\ai}roa.d will juntas folltfws :
Leave Ulmrlepton.0.30 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.5.20 I?. M.
Leave Charleston.,..U.80 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.5.20 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston............M?...4.45 P. M
Leave Augusta._.9.00* A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.45 A. M.
coi.ujiDiA siaitT kxprrss?sundats bxcf.pt
P! If i"V . ?_
Arrive nt Columbia.C>.30 A.'lf.
Lo??o Columbia....7.80 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4 45 A. M.
AfniSTA NtUUT KXl'KHS8-sr\0AYH KXOF.l'TBI)
Leave Charlpbtou...8.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.'._7.35 A. M.
Leavo Augusta.t>.16 P. M
Arrive at Charleston.5.50 A. M.
.<? . ?
Leave Summoiville nt.7.25 A. M.
Arrive nt Cha -leston at.......8.40 A. M.
Leave Charleston si.8.35 P. M.
Arrive at Sun mcrville at.4.5DP. M.
Leave Cnmden.7.20 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia...11^55 A. M.
Leave t"olumbia...,.U.10 P. M.
Arrive nt Cumtlcn. <?.i> P. M.
Day nn?l Night Trains connect at Augusta,
with Macon and Augusta Rail Road, Centr*l
Kail Road and Georgia Rail 'Road. This is
tho quickest -andmost .direot route, and as
com fort able and cheap as any oi her roulo to
Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Louis,
and all other points Went, ami Northwest.
Columbia Night Train connects with
Oreenvillo and Columbia Hailroad, und Duj
and Night Trains connect with Charlotte
Road. -j L r ' :"'; v ij
Through Tickets on sale, via this route to
all points Nort It.
Catntlcn Train connects at Kingvillc daily
(except Sundays) with nay Passenger Train,
lind runs through to Columbia.
A. L. TV I.F.K, Vice-Prcsident.
S. B. Pickkxs, General Ticket Agent.
For Sale, ;
The HOFSE am! LOT on Russell Street,
in Ornhzehiirg, formerly owned by V. Pit
than, tor particulars inquire at the Drug
Store of E. J. OLIVEROS.
Dr. Cliveros' Drug Store
SEEDLESS 1! AtS INS,
P? FANCY CAN I)I ES.
Also a.Birg.- collection of of TOYS.
Also a superior lot of COLOGNS and TOIL
LET A KTICLES.
Also a ftue lot of SEOARS.
Also a.fiy'e lot of CUTLERY.
Also a Lsrge and well Selected Stock of
I>RtJ(,S atitl MEOICIXES,
to wbiuh Articles, for HEI.IABILITV and
CORRECTNESS, the Public's, attention is
All aro' respectfully invited to Ottll at the
Drug Store of
ri-MIE UN DEKSK5NED RESPECTFULLY
t Informs the public tliut he is.uow pre
pared to furni*h BR ICK8 in any quantity.
All orders will nicet'pi oiupt attention.
J. C. EDWARDS.
juno'5 1873 - tf
1)H. PATRICK'S COTTON HlES.S
The undersigned Agent for Orangeburg
County begs leave to call the attention of
COTTON PLANTERS to the same, and
would advise every one iu need of a COT
TON PRESS to purchase a patent at once.
For CHEAPNESS, SIMPLICITY, und
POWER, it has no equal.
Any ono desirous of seeing the "modus
>perandi" of said Press,' can "do so by'calling
at the Store of J. W. Patrick & Co., R?ssel
Street Orangeburg C. IL, S. C, where a
model can be seen, or address Capt. Jeff
STOKES fjc'n'1 Agent Midway S. C.
J. W. PATRICK, Agt.
Orangfburg County S. C.
july 26 1873'
Will opeif nt the now FATK BUTLDiNO on
THURSDAY the fust day of January next.
TERMS P K MONTH.
English - . .. . - $3.00
English with clnssics - $4.U0
JAMES S. HEY WARD,
?, dec 27. 187? tf
Drs. D. W. Barton & Thos.
Having united themselves in the practice
of MEDICINE under tho niimo of
BARTON & LEGARE,
Otfors their professional services to the
Towu of Orangeburg and surrounding
Office hour* from 8 to 9J A. M. and 7 to
9J at night. .? : 0 " .
Office Market Strcot two doors below J.
H. Hamilton's Store,
dec Tt fall J ?1873 ? , ..
$r lo $20 PER DAY! Agents
0 WANTED I All classes of working
people, of cither5 fl?x/yo?ng or old, make
moro money at work for its iu their spare
moments, or all the time, than :at" nnj hing
else. Particulars free. Address
Gj STINSON & CO.,
sep* 'Jl?lo Portland, Maine.
Nice Lot of NEW STYLES FANCY
PRINTS and other GOODS
J wl y 11 j^gt Received at
j >J .-.-?iJj.fs.'t Ni um s ?
A HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Tn wishing tho publica HAPPY NEW YEAR, wo thank them for the
LIBERAL PATRONAGE bestowed ou us, and hope to merit a contiouauce of
the same, assuring them that we are dcterinincd to kcop, as in tho past a
FIRST CLASS STORE.
With tho ushering out of the Old Year, we have closed out our STOCK, and
with our New Year's Greeting, greet our patrons with an entirely New and as
well Selected a Stock of
GTOCERIES, LIQUORS, &c.
As can bo found anywlicrc.
Give us n cull at W. T. Mullcr's Old Stand, and examioo our Stock and
Piicc, all of which will defy competition.
FRANTZ BUIGGMAlSnsr Sd CO.
N. B.?HIGHEST CASH 1'RICES given for all Country Produce.
I S IP
THE WHISTLE BLOWS!
STRAUS & STREET ARE TilE MEN TO RUN IT.
WOOD SAWED ANY LENGTH and DELIVERED at S3 26 per CORD, and io F<> R
FT LENGTH, $2 ?0 per Cord delivered.
Always on band CLEAN RICE and FRESH GROUND GRIST and MEAL*
Wo itill pay the
HIGHEST MABKET IPJftlCIi:
CASH, for ROUGH RICE, CORN and PEAS.
oct 4 00
?. ?a U X?3 II Ij U?i
In GREAT VARIETIES and REDUCED PRICES AT
C. ID. KORTJOHN'S.
OH YES! OH YES!! OH YES!!!
OH WHAT! WHY
J. W. PATRICK & CO.
Are offering tbeir LARGE and ATTRACTIVE Stook of
Ladies BOOTS and SHOES, Vory
Kid Glbve? J* . SARATOGAS C h o a p!
FANCY GOODS, &o., &c.
? ? i
AN FNTIRKLY NEW
fob domkstic usjs.
OAI.Y FIVE ])()LL\KS.
with the nkw
Patent Kutton Hole Worker.
TUR MOST simple and compact i
the most durable and economi
CAL IN USE.
a model OF COMBINED strength
Complete in all its parts, uses the Straight
Eye Pointed Needle, Self Threading, direct,
iij?ri?Iit Positive Motion, New Tension, Self
Feed and Olctli Guider. Operates by Wheel
and on n Table. Light Running, Smooth
and noiseless like all good high priced
machines. Has pnlent check to prevent the
wheel being turned tin; wrong way. Usos
the thread direct from the spool. Makes
the Elastic Deck Stitch (finest and strongoet
stitch known ;) firm, durable, closo and
rapid. Will tie all kinds of work, line and
coarse, from Cambrio to heavy Cloth or
Leather, and uses all dcsoriptioiis of thread
The l>est mechanical talent in Amerioa
und Eiiropc, has been devoted to improving
and simplifying oar Machines, comhiniui
only that which is |>racticuble, and dis
pensing with all complicated snrrouudini
generally found in'other machines.
Special terms and extra inducements to
male and female agents, store keepers,
who will establish agencies through the
country and keep our now machines on ex
hibition and sale. County rights given to
smart agents five. Agent's complete outfits
furuishod without any extra charge.
Samples of sewing, descriptive circular;
containing terms, testimonials, engravings,
&c, sent tree
Address. rrooks SEWING MACHINE
co., No. i8!>? Broadway, New York.
Ich 8 ly
Iron in the Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG.
TJie "Peruvian Syrup, a Protect
ed Solution of the Protoxide of
Iron, is so combined as to havo
the character of an aliment, as
easily digested and assimilated
ivith the blood as the simplest
food. It increases the quantity
of Nature's Own Vitalizing
Agent, Iron in the blood, and
cures ** a thousand ills," simply
by Toning up,Invigorating and
Vitalizing the System. The en
Tiched and vitalized blood per
meates every part of the tody,
repairing damages and waste,
searching out morbid secre
tions, and leaving nothing for
disease to feed upon.
This is the secret of tho won
tierful success of this remedy in
curing Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar
rhoea, Boils, Nervous Affections,
Chills ami Fevers, Humors,
Xioss of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of tho Kidneys and
Bladder, Female Complaints,
and all diseases originating in
a bad state of the blood, or ac
companied by debility or a low
state of the system. Being free
from Alcohol, in any form, its
energizing effects arc not fol
lowed by corresponding reac
tion, but arc permanent, infu
sing strength, vigor, and new
life into all parts of the system,
and building ujt an Iron, Con
Thousands have, been changed
by the use of this remedy, from
tveah, sickly, suffering crea
tures, to strong, healthy, and
happy men and women; and
in valids cannot reasonably hes
itate to give it a trial.
Sec that each bottlo has PERU
VIAN SYRUP blown in tho glass,
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietors,
No. HO Harrison Av., lloston,
Bold uy DnuuuisTu ckiu;hallt,
oct 18 ly
MONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
For Sight in Priceless!!
but the diamond spectacles will
If you value your Fyesighl use these Per
fect Lenses, Ground from Minute Crystal
Pebbles, Melted together, and derive their
name "Diamond" on account of their Hard
ness and Brilliancy. They will last many
years without change, and are warranted
superior to nil others in use.
Manufactured l>y tho Spencer Optica
Manufacturing Co., New York.
CAUTION.?None Gcnuing unless stamp
ed with our trade mark.
For Sab1 hy Responsible Agents through
out the Union.
E. J. OL IV EROS,
jau 20?ly Ornngeburg, S. C.
The Undersigned has opened an OFFICE
for the SALE of LAND.
Persons having REAL ESTATE to dis
poso of will do well to rogistor the same
LAUGH FARMS subdivided and sold in
cither LAUGE or SMALL parcels.
GOOD FARMS for salo at from $2 to $5
per acre, en easy terms.
AUGUSTUS R K.NOWI.TON,
Ornngeburg C. IL, S. 0.
nov l"i f
. v i /. > oa
BGf* AU r-crscns INOBBTED t* me by Liens, or Store Account Note, -ffcfc
JfetT willplouuc cniuo forward. yYT ONCE und aottle up.-1?? V 7 /. < iv J'l A3
ii d i iM _
IS SELLING atorl i-woirfr
His ENTIRE STOCK of NEW GOODS
i .a ,ijc
? > j ? -' r-Jj
?im' ' if) t:
'? J\ ? I? gffl
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, 1S73 35 Ip
Is receiving now, constantly addi*
tions to his Stock of BEX GOODS,
Groceries, Hardware, Boots & Shoes,
Hats, Baddies, Harness, Crockery,
Wood and Willow Ware, etc., and
offers the same at prices to suit the
times. BAGGING and TIES glways
on hand. I also continue to buy
COTTON, RICE and all CO?NTRJ
Produce at the HIGHEST Market
PRICE. Please call in and see for
GEO. II. CORNELSON'S.
a - . i 3 ft ti
CROOK k COPES,
DRY GOOD AND GROCERIES,
IIAVE GREAT PLEASURE in submitting the following list of GOODS
to their patrons ami tlu public, and while thanking thorn for past confidence ?o
liberally bestowed, offer renewed assurance* that cvory effort will bo tnado to meat
their wants with the very best of goods at lowest cash prices.
? ?? ? ? i.' - l'_ lr1\ 9)11
DOMESTIC DRV GOODS, ROOTS, SHOES, FIATS, CAPS
and" CLOTHING, STAPLE GROCERIES, such as
FLOUR, SUGAR, COFFEE, BACON,
HAMS, MACKEREL, LARD &o.
. FANCY GROCERIES,
SUCH AS ff r mom
RAISINS, JELLIES, SAUCES, SPICES, PICKLES, MUS
TARD, &c, CANNED FISH, FRUIT, and VEGE- *?a'
TABLES, in every variety, TINWARE, and v Hrawatr?
CROCKERY, A FULL LINE AL- gn?
WAYS ON HAND.
MOSELEY, CROOK & COPES'*
'????" * at wv'iir ftciM *fcwi*
(OPPOSITE THE CITIZENS' SAYINGS BANK.)
June 28 juuc 28 Jfa*
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?1 1' j?!. TS?*?sin ifji iK .hjv?.-?'t??i
: r'l .'>???! ?flOfl ,1910fiq
RUSSELL-STREET, ORANGEBURG, Si-O."
Tlio Subscriber takes great pleasure in announcing to bis FBI ENDS and the
M?NITY that ho has OPENED a FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, at tho Large Residence rtCMt
ly occupied by Mr. Hane Wannamakor. Comfortable Accommodations, a Bounteous
Table and Courtcus Alteution arc Quarantcod,
jan I8~3m J. W. IS. UiEI}^