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TWO DOB iL A IIS I'ER ANNUM, v.
GOD .A ND OTJT^fOC)I'^TBIT.
:.^T?BDAY''MORNIN?,; JfANlJARY 1,1876,
ALWAYS IN ADVANCE.
NUMB ER- iE
31 tO ?O ALE,
BLISDS, FLOORING, &C.
Paints, Oils, #c.
Solo Agcntefbt? q ^ ^
THE NATIONAL MIXr# P&lliqo^j
TDB GREAT AMERICA^ Flr^I^T^,
PAGS MACHINE BELTING COMP AI
BER'1> PtfU PRICES.
OFFICE & WAREROOMS
JTob. SO and ?0 Iluync
and 33 ami 35 Pinekney fits,
FACTORY and YARDS,
Aahley Rivor, West End Brond St,
CH ARLlsTg^J^, sLcL J
,apt2s w *MQ| g gr Si
ORANGEBUKG, S. C.
ThU HOUSE is now open for the recep
tion ef BOARDERS. GUESTS well Liken
i ot The TABLE amply supplied, ami
HACK meeting each train al tin; Depot.
may 29 1S75 ly
A. M. Snider. T. J.Galvort
Office open r.? rill tihie.
Tue' Highest Market price paid 1W
Country I'rodiice, Mich a.<Corn, IVa.*, Kice,
Find or*, KggR, Chicken* Kowleu, llidu.*,
Reevwax, Tallow and Wool.
N Fresh Groei'ricK?c., nlvrnyg ?>n hand.
A fitlJ and complete; - of Cleek?,
Jewelry. Cutiarv A\ . at re.????n pi i?
Repairing Yt'aU'ln t'hn --. ?'< wby ?Vi
<lone in tint beat manner :e;:<! it mI.wriest
natice and at prices t<> .suit iho ti ...
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OCt It) -r-,v Co 0% IV.
?+m&? era- to -,ai
The Cordial Halen Nyriouin
and Tonic Pill*.
Hewvvor obpenrt flic cause may be wiiich
itrieuto to render nervous debility a
to prevalent, affecting, as it doe?,
?early ?R?MX. A^ur*5ju!U'yp^'Vliont it
U me^Q@^grt t^a.^djAfiatd
year by year, wo wilncM * inosi fright nil inj?
of nervou.s aflectiohs froin the s!i'?l!t
eat neuralgia to the more gravu am)
I* characterized l>y a general lauguoi or
. weakness of the whole organism, especially
ef 4ho UW^'QiJHiiVht?lu, oitftj iidtiiiK and
secretions; ~constipation, scanty and high
colorcd urine, with anexcessof earthy'"or
lime pediment, indicative of: waste of brain
irresolution of ?purposo, and inability i<<
carry into action any ivell-didined business
enterprise, or'to fix the mind upon any one
thing at a time. There is great soiisitjawFi
news t? impress, though retained but u imfm*
time, with a flickering/and fluttering condi
tion of the mental faculties, rendering an
individual what is commonly called a
w~hifHe-mitided or (lieklc-inihdetl man.
This condition of the individitat, distress
ing as itis, may with a "certainly becured by
TUE CORDIAL BALM OF SYRICUM
properties and remarkable cures of all Ner
yous Complaints. TJieir efficacy is; equally
great in the treatment and cure of Cancers,
Nodes,' Ulcers, PuslulCj^lJjrAjRled. '^t'CPi
Fever, Sores, lVtngworrr^^^y/).., Sc^](jU,
head. Barbers' ftch, KetirvyiSTfll Kht'uiuj
Copper-Colored Blotches, Glandular Swell
ing*, Wurm? ttiid Blu?k Sputa in the Flesh j
Discol orations, Ulcers in the Throat, Mouth
and Nose, Sore Legs, nnd Soros of every
character, because these medicines are the
ever originated by man, removing Mot
Sensibility, Depression of Spirits, Dementia
H?F" Sold by all Druggists, and will be sent
by cxprcHslo all parts i;V the countn'(|y ad
dressing the proprietor, G. KDGAR
LOTHROPJiL A^ASk'WtMreet, Ikwtoh;
Mass., vhiwianbc wPvl^d free of charge
either persogrftuy\r Sr*1w|' Send 25 cents
and get aRcdTy Iptf l??Blook on Nervous
augli Tv'i !v
? "? iff,
Tyro, Toronto, can.-~l*Trikquo31r
tionably ho is the beat journatistywho'
goes through a epecinl training for the
profession. Worn out lawyers, un
successful clergymen, and white-chok
ered schoolmasters too "thick" to
hold their own training pupils, must
fail in journalism lor the most part.
The details of a reporter's or editor's
work can only he mastered during
years of close observation. It 13 not
alone necessary that their knowledge
lie' extensive; their tact must be un
usual; thoy must bo able to apprehend
i'flacljjy the workings of the public
mind; they must own literary ability
qualifying them to tieat all news in a
style at once artistic, striking and
grasping. Thcso are no heaven
vouchsafed gifts, but the fruits of per
icrving application. Journalism as a
profession is not iuferior to law or to
medicine. If its status is not recog
nized, it is because incompetent cads
ha^c brought it into contempt. It will
unplaced in ilsright light when repor
ters' 4nd.< editors prepare themselves
fur their onerous duties by conscien
tious preparatory work, and make it
a point to resist all attempts* by whom
soever made, to lower their profession
in the esteem of the public.
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* A Cheerful Home.?A- single
bitter word may disquiet an entire
family for a whole day. Quo surly
glance oasis a gloom over the houso
Ityld; jwhile a smile, like a gleam of
sunslfmc, may light up the darkest
and weariest hoars. Like unexpected
tlowers which Kpring up along our
path, full of freshness, fragrance and
beauty, so do kind words and gentle
acts, and sweet dispositions make glad
the homo where peace and blessings
dwell. No matter how humble the
? ?r<!<- if it be thus garnished will)
grace and sweetened with kindness
|?ui Vipjhv. [Uio lio.irt will turn long
oJ inc^orhT,ami a home if it be ever
so humble, will be the dearest spot
beneath the circuit of the sun.
And the influences of home perpe
tuate themselves. The gen Lie grace
of t he mother leaves in the dajghlers
Ion;' after hot head is pillowed in the
'.' death and ihi I tUlmrly'kind
ness finds :>;: cello in the hobiiity and
? e'o'iirtery gome who enojo wctiv
rjit^muntU UU(Ll|l! j.!;;?;?<
The editor of a country puper has
iudulged in a cleaning out of some old
drawers in his offico, and fiuds the
in. pay for subscription: . Bottlo
Whooping-cough remedy, package
f otkfJch il^klil^etlbi^I O.OffoS
lottery ticket, invitations to weddings,
burglar alarm, bottle essence root
l eer, box of heave remedy, corn plas
ter, package tickets "good fur one
glass lager," box pills, dead shot for
ti ed bug*,/ ?box paper collars,' Itch,
trebiefdy, JblinpTunoliidry to clam Hake,
.paper carpet tacks, five valuable re
ceipts, dozen patent clothes pins, bot
tle, ha|r ?rost/>rativc, package roach
exterminator, order for pair suspend
ers, complimentary lo horse trot, bot
tle _ hot drops, pass for Sunday school
eioiJ- lions^siaoping powdors, cure, for
toothache, bear's oil. lie proposes'to
offer the above for ttilc, without re
serve, of which due notice will be
Mohammedanism is making much
jprogress ?i& Ccirtrat Africa; and when
it R?merin coMtct with Christianity,
tho Mohamiuedan missionaries have a
great argument, according to Profess
jHor^^rje|i^^Chr^t/,*:tl\cy say, descc-nd
*ed Xjx?m'*?^rnh?m? tlirough'Hagar,' a
a blflclr woman?? which makes the
latter the prophet of tho black race.
Tho losses occasioned by the floods
in the -tfouth of France have been ro
cejlrtyf fytrtod , delinitoly in official
st^iltSci:\^/4)pciirs that l,G45 com
munes, situated in twolvo depart
ments, su tiered moro or loss. The total
loss was 100,003,714 francs, and 127,
817 persons were involved in it.
A terriblo cdlory explosion took
place iu Yorkshire England, by
which it is believed, two hundred
lives were 16.lt.
. Liberty to Speak OuT.-^-Sptir
?ge?n, nt'tne Congregational Break
fast, gave vent, to the following.: 'If I
have a man's friendship, I will only
have it on the terms that he will
allow me every now and then to cud
gel him, on the understanding that
ho should also bo at liberty to cudgel
me. I believe there arc times in which
wc must nil speak out what we be
lieve, und of course wc have all our
own ways of speaking it. It mint not
he tftid, 'You shall be silent on that
point, and not speak upon tho other;'
but, 'You shall speak, each of you,
just as you please; and ifaomc ono of]
you is a little ill-mannered, and can
not speak as well us others, yet you
shall he borne with nnd pitied, hut
you shall aftor wards still be forgiven.'
'The first disturbance ever created
in the world.' Bays the Chicago Tri
bune, 'was occasioned by the devil
fooling about a woman.' Yes, hut the
woman was more to blame thau the
dovil. If ehe had pulled that apple
and eaten it and gone on about her
business without saying anything
about it, the chanced nie thnt the
newspaper would never hnve gotten
hold of the affair and the world would
never have been any the wiser. But
nothing would do but she must go
and 'make a blowing horn of tho
thing,' and the first thing She knew
her husband was thrown out of em
ployment, with' hardly money enough
to buy a chew ol tobacco. Aud ever
since then there has been the devil to
play and no pitch hot.
Two weeks ago u Waterloo veteran
and his aged widow were buried to
gether in ono grave in the churchyard
of Newton Ferrari?, South Devon.
The h us band i John llibbage, a.- a pri
vate in the Coidstreaiu (Ju.\rds; was
engaged in several of the stirring
events of the great French war. At
Waterloo he was desperately, wound
ed, and wore a silver pin tu in his skull
for the last sixty years of his life. He
diedl aged eighty-five and his wife,
aged: eighty-seven, died on the next
Nearly nil the Graham llxtrsoM
in New York, and perhaps in other
large cities, ia bogus. Iii? made by
mixing flic coarsc^i of the bran with
either spoiled Hour, or with while
Hour which may not bo spoiled; This
flour is made into bread by bakers and
sold to dyspeptic who think it whole
some, but it is a poor substitute for
tho genuine article. Those who want
a genuine article must either mako it,
with I a home mill, orduvvo it made to
}?rdj?r by an honest miller.
Eating too often is unhealthy. It
is weakening and injurious to mix
fresh food with that which is partly
digested, and the stomach also needs
rest after tho labor of digesting a
meal. In grown persons Tour or five
hours should intervene between each
meal. Children who arc growing
last, need a simple luncheon of bread
After six years' contention, the in
terment of Mr. Guibord'sremains in
tho lot he owned in the Roman Catho
lie ccmctciy near Montreal was peace
fully accomplished. The military
and police force, armed with repeat
ing rillcs, maintained order through
out and enabled Mr. Doutrc and his
associntes to carry the decroe of tho
privy council into effect.
"What is the matter, sir?" said a
surgeon to bis patient. "Well, I havo
eaten somo oysters, und I suppose they
have disagreed with me." "Have you
eaten anything else?" "Well, no?
why, yes, I did, too; thnt is, I took
for my tea a mince pic, four bottlcB
of ale, and two glasses of gin, nnd I
have eaten the oysters aincc, and I
really believe tho oysters were not
good for mo."
"Camillo" was played in St. Paul,
and tho printed progrnmmo was near
ly filled with tho advertisement ol a
cuugh medicine, the use of which by
tho consumptive heroine, it was de
clared, "would have saved her lrom a
premature grave, and Armand from
The largest flour mill in America
is iowned by" Hon. C..C, Wnshburnc,
of) H!nneandHs,r| Minn. .. It, is seven
stories bight nnd crowded with ma
chinery from top to bottom. Its cost
was $300,000, has forty run of burrs,
and turns out 1,000 barrels of flour
per day. ?
-.p ? o - -
A business house in Colurabua has
conspicuously displayed in it3 show
window a mhiv't 3kull, and printed in
large letters across tho forehead these
words of warning tu the daily swarm
of traveling 'talesmen : "This was a
Advertising is one of the powers of
this world. .It is an encyclopaedia up
on the walk it knows all, or at least
talks about everything with e<itml
self-posscssiojl; history science, fin
ance, strategy, commerce. It med
dles with overy subject.
Tom prcsopted his bill to his neigh
bor Jnc. "Why, Tom, it strikes me
that you have made out a pretty round
bill hero, oh?" "I'm scnsiblo it is a
round one," quothed Tom, "and I have
come for tho purpose of getting it
The United States Army has been
reduced to d5,000 men.
Dr. Ilemb'old has been discharged
from the lunatic ussy Iura.
Cat shows arc the latest fashionable
amusement at Montreal.
Eighteen ? Mormons, living at
Frauklih, Idaho, have becu indicted
A man anu his wife in New York,
named Schroder, by way of punish
ing their little eight year old boy,
burned tho hack of hid hands with a
red hoi knifc^
A wife v.iurhn.-- her own will may
titlei-djty f.'h^'ut!: wlib h#r .husband's.
II'all things are for the best, whore
do tho rations lor the second bent
Book,! fc^itionery! Music!
A |i?t of \VlXI>u\V SIIADKS "f an im
proved J'at.'ni, bebig ne it. simple input
ting up. tluciJ.'le and CIIKA1' in price.
Lamp.- Chimneys ai?d Lamp Fixtures
always oti hand.
SObN A/<:-:Ni' 1015 Till
C?:l?!ir:>tiii WA'l'T Pl.oW (.-(ntiiii^i?,
which i ;ii Manufacturer i>
Prices; with freight
One Horee A ami H.SO 0?
'jSro H?r.? M and N. i) 00
Castings.7c per lb.
Ittsinanco and Collections prompt
ly attended to.
Liverpool, London and Globe Insurance Co.
Georgia Homo Insurance Co.
Manliatien bile Insurance Co.
oct il .
rim T)i)aad a i run
Red Rust Proof Oats
?1 Per Bashol,
SACKED I'?r COLUMBIA
L?RICK A LOWRANCB.
dec 18 lm
Importer anil Manufacturer
HARNESS & SADDLES.
the pleasure to inform the Public
that lie liiw lleccivcd ahcavy Stock from
the North of every description what belongn
to a first class Saddlery Erttabliahuieut.
AIho wish to draw pardcidar attention to
bin Ktock of
LADIES HI DING SADDLES
and bin assortment of
Price* lower then ever.
Good Saddle* at $;i.50.
Good Slides at $1.75
I S T H FS T I.St.ip
For you to buy your
Also .1 Fine Assortment of
Tobacco and Pipes.
All of which will be sold CHEAP for
cash at the
Ol.? DRUG STORK
I>r. A. C. DUKES.
COL, ASBUflY COWARD
Jmalf-XUJ avii!< Sud ?octirail mni ar& idc&ap&E)
Seed Rye, Wheat,
Rust Proof Oats.
Seyr Crop Xew Orleans Sug:ir,
ICtonnd Java Cofiees
A full assortment of SHOES, 11 ATS,
CHOC K ER Y &e. My goods are offered at
lowost rates for CASH.
TOBACCO A SPECIALTY.
Agent for the ATLANTIC, MILVILLE,
RICHMOND, and TEXAS HOME Fl EE
Insurance Co.'?. Reprinting $2,000,000
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
Next to Court House oi: Market St.
JUST FROM NEW YORK.
ARTHUR H. ILE \Y IX
DERMATOLIGIST AND PRACTICAL
Roflpcctfnlly aanoanc*i? to the Citiise* of]
OraQgeburg, that ho kaa permanently
located himself In thin place, (did requests a (
shnre of their patronage.
Call at No. 3 Law Range, oppwii* Post
sept 4 1875 ly
CHARLES S. BULL
ATTORNEY AT LUV
U. S. COMMISSIONER
Crangcburg, S. C.
TO THE BEAU
a. pisciier's store
Where I am prepared to serve the Public
at the shortest notice in my line of laiViness.
Thanking the Citizens for their liberal
patronage in the past, I heg a continuance of
the same in the future.
MOSE8 M. DROWN, Barbar.
AN OUTFIT FREE
We want pottic one in every county to
tike orders and deliver goods for the old
and original 0. <J. D. House Large canto
wages, Splendid chance in every neighbor
hood for the right person of either sex,
young or old. Saiuphy, new lists, etreul
ara. terms, tie, u cnuiplolrntitfii rent fro?
ami post i aid. Sy\ lot it ?r < isee and
tiionov at v ur!hoMv4< Address?, II.
.1 HALL &'CO.'. o S-Jlward Street Haiti
nov l?l 3m
GE0. S. SI?REH,
GROCERIES, FINE WINES, &c.
Agent for Harton's Planter, A very'* Plows,
and all kinds of Agricultural
At New Brick Store next to Duke's Drug
Store. sept 25? Cm
? ? -i im,? aa -m i _a "i i imi ? ? it j? ? ?
\,. i & f ? ?
SUCCESSORS TO ft. C. SHIVER & 00.,
AMD DEALKRS IR
Dry Go>ds, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mat
tings, Boots, Shoes, Lie.
COLTJ:\lJ3TiV, s. c.
The attention of publishers in every part
of this State is calico to consider a very im
portant faet, namely, that tbe old estahish
cd house of lt. C.* SHIVER ? CO. is not
closed hut reorganized upon the only basis
that business can he carried on succerufully, ?
And we assure our patrons that wc tthall
continue the same honorable course of deal-' "
ing with them that was such a distinguished
feature with the home of B, C. SHI VKR &
CO. We have now in store tho b?at selected
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Shades, '
Wall Paper, Etc.,
Ever seen in this city,"selccted by one ?
the firm, who superintends the business, and
consequently knows the wank ofthis com
munity better than buyers residing olse
The entire stock will be offered at priees
never- before equaledtin this section. The
Prices will startle and attractyouat sight.
We invite you tosend at once for
Samples of tliese lSTe w
And, if shown to your friends and neigh
bors, wc are sure it will be to your advan
tage to - *cnd us a large order. We pay
freight on all bills amounting to $10 and
upwards. AII orders must be accompanied
with CASH, or we send them C. 0. D.. and
Best 61c. Prints in the city.
Long Cloths 8L 10, 123c. N?na
equal to them in the State.
Well known brands of Alpacas, and
Mohairs, just imported.
Hosiery Department?Full of well
assorted Goods at Popular Prices.
Gents'Furnishing Goods complete, as
a department. ?
Our Boot and Shoe Department is se
cond to none on this continent.
From the cheapest Brogan to tho
finest Hand Made Goods.
The most complete nnd best managed
Carpet Department in the
Cloths, Cassi meres and Jeans are
bought by the case and sold
at a very small
Brown and Bleached Shirtings are
Flannels and Blanket* at prices \h&%
IV? gliall Expect am Order
From You or n Call When
You Visit Our City.
oct 2 1875 3m
With or without Portabto Hot Water Reservoir aad Clcwt.
Don't buy an old-fashloael Ctav?, lat set eu
With all latest improvements.
Largest Oven and Flues, longest Flro Box for long wood.
Ventilated Oven, Flro Back and Fire Box Bottom-ts
tures a Quick, Sweet and Even Bako and Roast..
Swing Hearth and Ash Catch. Won't soli floor or carpet.
OarahU OouMa Amt Rra?yt Cwrtnr? anH Ring G*f5f5.
Bums but lltllo wood. Has Mica or Solid Iron Front'
Carefully Flttod Smooth Castings. No Old Scrap trofv
Nickel Plated Trimmings. Tin Lined Oven Doors.
Ground and Sllvcr-llko Polished Edges and Mouldings.
Heavy. Best New Iron; Won't crack.
HATH BONE, SARD & CO., Albany, N. V.
Pctd by an Enterprising Dealer in airy Zbtaa.
WILLCOCK & WOLFE,
nov 20?3m Orangeburg, S. G,
$5 to $ 20
l*cr Day at Homo? TcrmBftet.
Address G. STIN80N ft CO.,
j.m 29 1875 ,-.;ly/