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TAYLOR COTTON GIN.
ORDER IT EARLY.
Tool*, th? Silver Medal at tlie
Orangcburg Fair in 1S72.
And Took tlie Diploma in
It is of Light Draught, Gins Rap
idly and gives a Beautiful Sample.
X?ri<w 15?iPM\ ?u^M)UjL?r First
?iu^EBUIUi and ra rn well
The fallowing gentlemen arc using
R E Clark, Esq., Dr W W Wanna
maker, Jacob Coonor, Esq.; .Jacob
Kcitt, Esq., Muj J II Ilydriek, Holin
A Argoc, J F >Sritt, Esq., J W Smith,
Esq, D C Stoudcniire, Esq., J W
This HOUSE is" now open for tho reccp
rtion of BOARDERS. GUESTS well taken
?care of. The TABLE amply supplied, and
.? HACK meeting each train at the Depot.
may 29 1S75 ly
Dr. J. G. W A NN A MA K E R & Co., hog
to inform the public that they arc better
prepared to fill Ord ers than ovui^bufote..!
The Orangebnrg Di ng Store shall at SiP]
Qionrfl be provided with competent persons
for filling Orders with dispatch, so from
now henoefoward the people of Ornngeburg
nectl not. 1m' placed in a dilemma to know
where to find a Druggist. We also express
jnw grateful (hanks to the public for the
mrxgnxmiuoufi support given us, anil with
rstrictcst attention to business?hope to ever
ruiaintain their confidence
Urn ?m mta%m a te\
state orange fertilizer,
a. nd ' THE CLiM A X."
Two first class, pure bone, am in old a ted
Fertilizer*, for sale .by I). JENNlXtiS &
:S<)N- aud 3\*D- ATKHX* Agents, Chariiwtoii.
^. (?. rVlto" MgliMt ? teMiiiiohlab/ -carT b\f-\
jgiven. i'lease solid for circular,
ang 28? 3m
The Cordial I5u3m oi'Syricuni
and Tonic J'i?s.
Hew?rtr obscure the cause may be whh?i
?contribute to render nervous debility
??Iuj*akc ?0 prevalent, aflbrling, as it docs,
nearly ow-?Mulf iqf ,<OHT;adnli population, il
is a niolausriboly fact that day "by day, jwid
?earby ytuir, we witness a most frightful in
crease ofncrvotiK afliclions Ironi the slight
??t neuralgia to tho more grave and
citreme forms of
I? characterized by a general languor or
woaknuHS of the winde organism, especially
of the nervous system, obstructing and pre
venting the ordin?r}' fuocliuiM4 olu/ilurg:
Jience there is f^snr3?tt^sta|^)?ffi|
?ecretions; conslrpT?^/AcnVfV' aTm^frfgrf-*:
colored urine, with an excess ofearthy or
lime sediment, indicative of waste of brain
autd ?cry? ramatHiicc, frequent palpitations
irresolution ?*f j>urj>os?, and inability to
carry >\n\& ?AVlion, ?u|y, WirflgtkW'jibllsltiiss
tiling at a tune. I here is great sensitive- ]
iiess to impress, though, retained but, a short
lime, wifltf HflicIferfhVh^rVt ffftlfeiirtJr^flfBliJ?
tion of the mental faculties, rendering an
individual what is commonly called
whifile-minded or llickle-mtndcd man.
This condition of the individual, distress
ing as it is, may with a certainly be cured by
THE CORDIAL BALM OK SYRIC?M
AND LOTHROP'S TONIC PILLS,
Medicines unrivaled*fer ^ditfbz ?wnTd'jrfi;!,.!
properties and ren.aAj^h^|rJ^?^a-|
vourt Complaint?. I heirellicacy is eipinllyi 1
great in the treatment and cure of Cancers,
Nodes, Ulcers, Pustule, I'i in pi es, Tetter,
Fever, Sores, Ringworm, Erysipelas; Seald
liead. Harbers' Itch, Scurvy^Salt Khrinn
ings, Wf?nw BH
Discoloration*, vUleers in tlieTliroal, Mouth
and ? Nose, Sore Legs, and Sores of every
character, because these niedieinesarc the
Kver placed before the people, and are war
ranted to be die mimt powerfull Alterative
ever originated by man, removing Morbid
Sensibility, Depression of Spirits, I lementia
Sold Uy all Druggists, and will he sent
l?y express to all parts of the country ijy ad
dressing the in-ofriof$f,oL\ Al'<
I.OTIIKOP, M. 1).; Mv^JhrltWi^iisiAn?
Mass., who may he cons-idled free of charge
either personally or by mail. Si nd 2"? cents
and get a copy of his Book on Nervous
aug 1 I 1S7? ly
A Eine Black MARE, 2 good work
HOUSES and a two I force WAGON. Ap
\V. A. MERONEY.
sopi 1 I x~~> Im
A Romance of Divorce.
ft is not generally known, says the
Cincinnati Evqtn'rn; yet it is probab
ly true, that the novel oi" East Lyn no j
although written in England, had tiie
groundwork of iis story in a singular
marriage which took place in this city,
tiie notice and the attending cireum
icr in the c\
\ul as. follow!
a clerk in
tfwn~hoi7se,"TtdiTn love with a young
lady whose ' lather was a well to do
Second street merchant, and after pro
per season of attention the couple
were married. Doth soon found out
that they were not happily mated, and
af.cr a marriage of seven years, dur
ing which time they had three child;
ron, two boys and a girl, they mutunl
was granted, and the wife went home
to her lather, who had, through indors
ing, lost his business and all his pro
perty. The daughter's and his own
misfortunes weighed so heavily upon
the father's mind that during a mom
ent of mental alienation he took his
own life, leaving his daughter penni
less and to rough it with the cold
charity r of the world as best she could.
'Une* w?mim,* aMmivc little creature,
tried every way she knew how to gain
au honest living?in fact, working so
hard giving musie lessons and doing
embroidery for her old schoolmates
that her health gave way, and. having
no money to pa}' her board, must beg,
starve or go to the poor-house. To
mnrrbd, and at the time of which we
."peak had not only the three children
by the first wife, but aho in addition
thereto a litt'c two-year-old girl by die]
second wife. The latter lady being
ill, the husband advertised lor a nurse
ed the eye of the first wife, and she,
in her trouhl *, went to the former
partner other heart, tolo! him Of her
.??ad condition, and appucd" for the
position iu his household^.,-Thejius
baiid knew not what,to.say; djut, after
giving her am] de fuifda <fbY all - im
mediate wants, askcrLbcx todfrl again
i ? /,. I'n^v ?/:irt-"irl ? * ?
at his office on thcT^^wnig.uioriyiig,
promising to consult his wifo-^tbout tJie
matter in the meantituc.
Promptly as per agreement wife
No, 1 was on time, as was the hus
band, and from there they went to the
residence, where the two wives bad
their first conversation, ending iu
which she did, seemingly dcligbed at
liaviug a jicaccfujL honio^ o.yer^ Jjejr
'ti'e^ui," 11. >l*viTl island i f) g?l i c*vo O'^.rfi^tlg 6
rpu/cuuAhiuneos 'glider wJuchr.sueh a
??lulteva(Waa?r^iMen.ow Nocsswity dc
.manded t ime the'entire fnuft should be
treated as any other hell)*, that she
must care for the children?her own
offspring?and the other child tb
same as any hired nurse would do;
that she must cat at the second table
o darci for her charges. AlLthosoJ
poor woman show, never by sign,
word or look exhibiting the least evi
dence of discontent. What, however,
umstet&.i vu "ihsan the true feelings of
(thftJalirftw'Wii seeing amdhcr filling
the place that .-he had Olicc t ried, als
sh^ thought, so hard to fill. The
above is from an old Cincinnati paper,
but the scqli^Tjs tflftj?? cp^equvfl-J
stint with tbe whole facls, \* st ranger
than what we have already narrated.
When the cholera was raging in
our city in J .Still the second wife was
ilhwilh it, and being 11
if physician that she eon hi
live, but a low hours at the most, as
she was thou in a collapsed condition,
she risked that all go out tho room,
excepting hoi husband and tho hom-c
kecper, when she told how much she
dreaded leaving her child amongst
-Hangers, and as a dying wife entrea
ted them both to marry again. The
proposition was a stange one. but
both promised, and :i lew months
nftjsrward, when the second wife had
bcejn dead a sufficient length ofitiuic
notj to cause remarks, tlie two were
agajin married, brought together after
a drucl t>cpa ration of so many years,
and wc believe arc now living happily
in A cosy-.WcsfEitd' hottse.,r
The Actor's Old Love.
^j[r. Macrcafcljr ^?i^vedphls^cl^rc-^
|c^t from t fie stage more than twenty*
? WMiu,n be.jSpcnt first atSlicr
?hc, and afterwards at Cheltenham,
where ho ^iediJU,tUe 27,Lh of April,
187?. It, ^Rsyrjn^fut? to sec ihti'iiy. of]
his "dear ones laid in earth." His
wifo and most of his children preded
ed 'liiu^to,J,Uc ..grayc. Ho married
most linppily a second time in I860.
Iveiliovcd frqjftrj the 'Stiiga and its
jealousies, alt; Bis fipo^ qualities lmd
freer scope; and we think how witli
pleasure of his vencrnblo :'md ijoldCj
heap, as wesaw it iast>in!l"^7i,,aiid i]f
the [sweet smile of his beautiful mouth,
whi i\\ spoke of the calm wisdom of. a
gen ,1c and thoughtful obi age. We
havj reason to kno^? trmf bTL lot/k^eiV,
back with ycariiihg^fon^c^TCo 'tire"
studies and pursuits which had made
him! Tamous.' Thefretful jealousies,
the i passionate willfulness of the old
times seemed to have faded into the
dim past, and no longer marred the
memory of kindness done and loyal
service'- "rendered to him. He find
done mftcb good iu the sphere which
Providence had assigned him, and we
believe hail^Jearned i?* 'fupyv that*it.,
was! not fott'liini^'to* repine, if -"tin
divinity that shapes our ends" bad so
shaped his that his work was to bo
accomplished upon the stage. It is
pf" the man as we then saw him, the
'man whom wc had known as a highly
ed gentleman; "that1.wc would rather
tbiuk than of the actor with''all his
weakness and cruelty laid1 bare1.?-'
What to Teach Our Daughters.
Teach them scllVreliance.
Toa^ijjujni to make bread....
Teach, them to make shirts. 1 .
Ted en them hot to wear fake hair.
Teach them to wear thick, warm
Teach them how to wash and iron
Teach them how to make their own
(IrcSBCS. " ; \
Teach them that u dollar is only a
I - i nil Oii'li i<" 1 ?? i
hundred cents. . .ri
Teach them to cook a good incal of
victuals. h< '
Teach itliora how to darn stockings
and'sovy. ou buttons. . j
leach them every day;dry, hartal
practical common squsty ? , i '
Teach them to say.up, and mqan it;
iOrsi|y yes, and stick to it.
?. s Teach tliem to wear calico dresses
and do it like queens.
Teach tlicm that a good rosy romp
is worth fifty consumptives, s
,.; Teach them to regard the morals
and noUtiicllfiodieyiof tb?ir beavfx.
T/ach them all the mysteries of the
kite icn, the dining-roLUii and the par
A; BCAUTIFGL > A l.LKOOltY.?A
^Sj^vpller in Turkey relates a beauti
ful parable which* seemed even more
beautiful (bun Pleno*? celebrated
figure of the aocusing spirit and re
"Every man," says the dcrvLli,
"has two aiiirels. one on his right
shoulder, anil one on Iiis left. When
he does anything good, the angel on
^ii3( right shmildor Walles it down and
seals it, because what has been well
done if doiie forever. "When he does
evil, tin' angeljonv the;left writes it
down ainl waits li1.] midnight. I f be
lore that lime iho man bows bis bead
and exclaims ''Gracious Allah! 1
have sin he'd,^ forgive mo ! tit a angel
rubs out the record; but if not, at
midnight he seals it, and ihe beloved
angel on the qght tdipi^hler weeps."
Why is ibe sun like a good loaf?
Hoeause it's Jigbt when it rises.
A Council Bluffs doctor bangs out
n sign inscribed "Hi'. I'l. O. (Jre.-no,
.Medico Kleel rieio." O !
1 "A 'Shabby Swindle Exposed.
A pretended exhibition of spirit
power-.in' the large bull of'Vammany
Hall) Nqw York, on Sunday eveumg,
was broken up with mucb coufusion
and excitement. George Willis, who
clniirtcd t|j be*n medium, attempted to
sliow Hijk:ability to ring bells and do
various other things after he had been
trie^ by\a comniittee chosen from the
audience, and his arms had been en
closed luwire. enses. But ihe impos
ture was' detected by members of tho
coniniitt&,f'nnd it was found that
Willis 'drew his hands from the wire
cases attu slipped from the cords
which b0und him sufficiently far to
enable him to perform the tricks
which -be :declared :?cre done by the
aid of Spirits, When the fraud was
announced* by a member of the com
mittee, Willis and his business man
tiger nrjd ? Jiekct-tnker fled from the
bii i 1 d ih^.t-v -There, was a large number
of persons present, who were much
enraged ? at! the imposture, some of
whom rushed upon the plnliorm, broke
j3p.qfjous!'?inedium'.s casket, and
carried away his apparatus. It is be
lieved that Willis ami those who were
associated with him made about $1,
500 from the admission and extra
Read Your Country's History.
: ' ' if.:
In - the action of Lundy's Lane a
Colonel O'Ncil (General, he cii.nie to
cull himself,) got a scratch ou bis leg.
The wound was a mattcrof great joy.
ami ho nursed it through after days
growing lamer with every year, thai
the memory of his bravery might be
ever near him. Gradually, from sheer
pondering over his stories be grew to
think thut the success of the battle
was largely owing to his services. One
day, ln"^ indiis life, as he sat nursing
his ieg^id ptoudcring over the glories
past, a young man, visiting the family
for tin; first line, approached nndsniy
pathoticaHy remarked, "Lame Gener
al ?" "Yes, sir," aller a pause, with
inexpressible solemnity,"! am lame.''
?'Been l iding, sir?'1 "No," with a re
buking sternness, "I have not been
riding." "Ah! slipped on the ice,
General, aud hurt your leg?'1 "No,
sir," with actual ferixsity. "Perhaps
you have sprained your ankle, sir ?"
With a painful slowness the old man
lifted his pet log in both hands, set it
carefully on the floor, rose slowly f rom
his chair, and looking down upon the
unfortunate youth with a stare of
mingled wonder, pity and wrath,burst
forth in the im in Utility of nigc. "(Jo
rend the history of your couutry, you
i ii ii ?? ? - *??? i -
Taking it Easy.?Old Roger was
a queer Dick, and in bis own way
made all things a subject of* rejoicing.
His son Ben came in one day and
"Father, that old black sheep lias
got. two bimbo."
"Good," snid the old man, "that's
the most profitable sheep on the
"lint one of them is dead," said
"I'm glad on't," said the old man,
"it'll be better for the old sheep." '
"But (.'other's dead, too," s ail l'on.
".So much the better, rejoined Hog
er, "sheMI make a grand piece of mut
ton in the fall.''
"Yes, but the .old sheep's dead,
too," exclaimed Ben.
"Dead ! dead ! what, the < Id sheep
dead?" cried old Hoger, "that's good;
she always was an ugly old scamp."
Musical piracy?stealing a march.
A deliberative body?a slow man.
Sweetness and light?a love mat eh.
Fruit for balloouisls?currents in
When is an egg not. oval? When
you turn it round.
Chickancry?-palming oil' an old
hen as a young chicken.
A well-bred woman never bears tin
Kyorgreens?umrchnnt-i who ex pi et ,
to ihtike money without advertising.
BLliN JDS, FLOORING, &C.
Paints, Gils, $t,
?Sole Agent for
THE NATIONAL MIXED PAINT CO.
THE CKKAT AMEUICAX Fl Uli EXTIX
PAG? MACHINE BELTING COMPANY.
OFFICE & WAREROOMS
?'oh. SO and 30 Ilaync
and :t3 nud :65 I'im ltmw Sis.
FACTORY niKl YARDS,
Ashley River, West End Broad St,
C H A III,ESTON, S. C.
sept 2"> 1S7? Jy
J. H. PARKER & CO
CO H HISSION .11 EK Gl IA NTS,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF & YENDUE
Clf AKLKSTOX, S, C.
J. If. PARK RR. A. S. TKU.MHO.
K. ('. (iRKKX; Jr. is connected with
the ahovu linn.
sept 2") tf
A. MbCOBB, Jr.
COMMISSION M!? ROHAN r
AND DKAI.Kt: IN
And Other Building "Material,
I ..and Platt?! ei* ai id lCas*tei*ii
I I A \\
OHiee No. 1 Central Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
July 17 1ST") !hu
COTTON BLOOM COTTON GIN,
Price SI 00 per saw.
MAGNOLIA COTTON GIN,
Price 8-1 00 per saw.
IIALL'S PATENT COTTON GIN,
Price $-1 (10 per saw.
HALL'S LATENT COTTON GIN
with Feeder Attached,
Price 55 ?? per saw.
Tin- idiove are price* ih store at Charles
ton. Send for Circular.
No. Ill Kuril Bay Street,
Nt rlli of the Poritoilice,
ttug 1-1?2 Charleston, S. C.
irrr e hunter & c?t
Cuhccn?, Tuinors, ('hrdhirj Ulcers, Serofida,
Epilepsy, Female Diseases, Liver
Diseuses, Venereal Diseases,
Skin diseases, ami all
SI CCESSFULLY TREATED.
Cuncera and Tumors will 1?,' tieated willi
our Speeiiies, without the use of the knife,
without loss of Mood, and with l>nt littlti
pain to the patient.
Terms of treatment easv. Wo have
opened a Branch OHicc at .M A It ION C. II.
(>;!!(?<? under the Star oflicc, Marion, N. ('.,
opposite the Court House,
1)11. J. MILKS HUNTER A CO.
sept 25 tf
Coin hi ission Morchaiit',
Out CKKIES, KINK WINES, &c.
Agent for Barton's Planter, Avcry's Plows,
and all kinds of Agricultural
I mph nil nix.
At New Brick Store next to Duke's Drug
Store. sept 20??M
IV. .1. <;? WA XX A.MAKER isiu pos
session of the llcceipt? and IVesenptioii
Books ?>f the late Dr. E. .1. Oliveros. All
per.-i.-ns desiring to got any of the ahove
Preparations or Ite.hewal of Prescription*
ciin do ho Iiy culling on
Dr. WANN \M \KKK,
At hi.- 1 irug ." tiirc,
:utg 21 ?Jhn
IS Y'OUU ? IS^JB WOKT1I 10 .
Sickness prevails every where, anil evcry*ni!*
body complains of souk? dwcrec dining If eir
life. When sir!.-, thu object is to get well;
now we iiay plainly that no ptivon in thin
world that 18 suffering with Dyspepsia," :'
Liver Complaint ajnl its effect*, shell as In- ^ -
digestion, CostivcJifct-s, Sieh Headache, Hour'
Stomach, Henri-hum, Palpitation of the. > ?
Heart, Depressed Spirits, Uiliousncs*, ?$:c.; i >
can tal;cGi:i:t:x'K Acuust Ki,o\vi:ii wi;h,?.ut ?
getting relief ami core. If \mi doubt lhbn/1 ?. /
go to vom- Driiggi.-tt DR. A. 0. DUKES ?-?
and get a Sample Bottle for 10 cents anil',
try it. Kegular size 73 cents. Two doses >y
will relieve you.
DR. A. C. DUICKSi
MO W TO VV11 IB ?&?E 86 AW 2>'5
If any person siiflurini; with Kkykn a>:i>
AfiUK Intermittent or Bilious Fever will
call at the Dr'ngStorcoi 1)11. A. G. DUKES
and get a hot lie of At i Uli COXQUICil01t| .
their immediate eure is certain, and the
chills w ill not come hack tin ring that season.
It contains no Quinine, Arsenic or other
Poisons, and after taking one-half Lottie
you will feel better in health thai: you luivo
felt pcidiaps for years; It entirely cleanse.-!
the wbolu system, purities the over ami
other secretory organs. Price ?L0O'per '
bottle try it. As',- your Druggist about
others who have used it.
DR. A. C. D?KES.'
J O ?2 N O G U K BF
HO RERT JENNY. '
Importer ac?l Manufacturer
fall and buy your good*, nsnntris the
:iHie to buy cheap forca-h, the prices being
reduced to a very low figure. Have your
Harness and Saddles repaired now while I
have time to do it at once.
Call and see for yourself next du?r to
Mr. C. D. Kortjohn, Riusel Street.
JUST FRO'! NEW YOPJL'
A KT II Uli Ii. ?,*AYIN
DERMATOLIGIST AND PRACTICAL
Respectfully a Jtiounces to the Citizens of i
Oraiigeburg, th:it he luu permanently
located himself in this place and roVpiests a
share of their patronage.
Call at No. 3 Law Range, opposite Post
i>cpt 4 1 ST? ly
A. M. Snider. T. J. Calvert. i
fidy- Oliice open at all times.
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