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33. A. WEBSTER, - - - Editor,
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SATURDAY, OCT. SO, 1875.
The Ohio Elections.
The official returns from thc Ohio
elections give thc following: Fut
Governor-Hayes, 2U7,?.U3-, Allen,
292,264, Haves' > ihJiorU.y, . 5 M 0.
For Lieutcnant-Govevnor?- lom ir.
297,931; Carey, ls?'.'.Vi?S, Young's
majority, 9,9C3. Highest prohibition
vote 8,630. ^
The currency question.was one of
the issnes that had not'tv little to do
with this election. It also indicates
quite clearly that important national
issues ?re not to be abandoned. The
great interests secured and settled in
our recent national history arc not
to be abandoned.
2*>. are informed that Hov: J. ?3.
amp^bell ot thia place, invited, on
. Sabbath, -Kev.-Dr. Cooke into
cn j and ask c t I
part in the public excr
- -^-^-;r-vgy -
honored with any pcr
so?mT^onueclion with any church,
v. e have for many years been a care
ful observer of thc conduct ol' those
claim to be thc living represen
tatives of Christ on earth. To us
there is seemingly a grectt fitness and
propriety in the cordial fellowship
and brotherly union of thc professed
followers of the Lord Jesuc. Wc
fail to see how a different spirit can
truthfully represent Hie gospel. War
and strife are engendered by thc I
carnal passions of Hie sinful heart. !
"While the soldier* who fought each
other in the recent bloody national
strifo aro forgetting their differciicos
and shaking hands in a hearty Mild
cheerful recognition of a common na
tional history and destiny, it sceuis
to us those who are one in Christ
Jesus should lrd:e the lead inrushing
the din of national strife, and in
burying in thc grave of peaceful ob
livion those sectional jealousies and
party animosities that grieve Ike
Spirit of God, and people Hie regions
of eternal despair. Thc Lord Jesus
at thc communion table did not use
his scourge of small cords, but treal
cd a ?Tudas with the same service and
prayerful sympathy that he extended
to thc other disciples.
A National Thanksgiving.
Thc President has issued his proc
lamation naming Thursday, Novem
ber 25th, as thanksgiving day.
The following is thc proclamation :
In accordance with a practice at
once wise and beautiful we have been
. accustomed as the year is drawing to
a close lo devoto an occasion to the
humble expression of our litanies lo
Almighty God for the ceaseless ami
distinguished benefits bestowed upon
us as a nation, and for the mercy
and protection during the closing
year. Amid thc rich, free enjoyment
of all our odv?iii?ages wo should not
forget thc source from whence they
nie derived, and thc exir-n!- of our
obligations to thc Father o? All Mer*
cies. Wo have full reason to i BOW
our thanks f* iho Almighty God for
the favors bestowed upon us during
the past fear. By his continuing
mercySjiyil and religious liberty have
been maintained, pcaco.has reigned
within our border, labor'and enter
prise have produced their merited re
wards, and to ;4iis watchful Provi
dence'we are indebted for sc emily
from pestilence' and other national
calamities. A'p^irt ? from national
lvl/.oi.;..iT?. nu nh individual ninon" us
(ms occasion to^, thoughtfully recall
and devoutly' recognise thc favors
and protection whieh?he hr.s enjoyed :
NgWj, therefore, I, U. S. Grant, Pres
ident of Hm-United States, do rec
pmtnend that on*Thuisday,'lhc 2?th
day. of Novemiicr/the people of thc
United Statis, abstaining from all
secular pursuits, ?jjfitr?ci from their ac
feuslomc^?vocatroriSj do j, assemble in
their respective plac?s,,worship*
and iu siteh fofffl as nia<y*8?i*em mont
appropriate iii theil' own heart:', ot fur
to Almighty (Tod a?kiiowlcdg?Atent^
and thanks for rill his merclca^antl
their humbie pra)'ers for a continu
ance of l?s'N?ivirio..f?Vor. In witness
whereof I have hereunto set my hand
and caused thc .Will of thc United
?talcs to bc attlx? I. ?ft
Done af- tho r?y on^Yasliingtori,
?this 27th flay of Oclobci, in the year
i of our Lord cue thousand ci.-1:! hun
dred cud seventy-five, and itt thc i:i
dependence of the United 'states thc
one bundi ed LU.
U. S. Gr..\"ST, rresident.
# HAMILTON PISH, Secretary of Slate.
TUB DIFFEUEXCE.-A young man
of line education and superior busi
ness capacity, who has for years beet
a resident of our State, was tellinj
us recently that bc had quite a nc
lion of leaving South Carolina II
gave tis a reason that ho had hoe
traveling in thc great West. Il
met with such cordial greetings fro*
'strangers, and such eavpest invil:
tioiis lo ir,iii his home, in loc.tUlic
all s?rritTftwith business activity am
th vi H-, "th",l if made hi ni alinoit sic
of home herc.
_1The trrxiaiJtyest. bi-rt-l^v..bi?Ut u
liv IhaTi? i n d ly wi cd huT for P tr g agm
that has, -with other iniloo.neoR, ai
traded hither a tide of wealth an
prosperity in the incoming of i mm
grants bringing* labor and capita
Wc wonder at thc South that Iii
advantages of climate, and read
market herc presented, should no
attract strangers, but there is a rea
son for it. Who docs not love kim
and cordial treatment, even arnon;
VALUE OK A NEWSPAPER'.- Th
newspaper has not a lillie lo do i
its influence on thc family circle. Th
value of a newspaper to ti commuait
is not appreciated by the unveiled
ii.g. They loo generally measure i
by thc arno;.ut of lue collected fact
communicated -.o the public pr by l-l:
amusement and interest excited li
?its literary and critical department
?1U higher duties and more valuab
services are overlooked and seldo
lind .such expression as is given in
recent'speech by Charles Franc
Adams, Jr., who ?fier recounting il
fcflcct pf publicity in corrcctin
abuses, says : What is it," asks iii
Adams, "timi the society of our tim
always depends on for the cori celie
of abuses, and almost never dentin
in vain? On tile broad ljeiit of pul
licity, and thc pressure of au cnligh
ened public opinion. These, aid
all arc great purifying and reform:
tory agents upon thc government h
the people for thc people must res
Light 1 Publicity ! These ato win
wc most need for ure better orderin
bf our public affairs ; and as respect
railroads., these, ciuiously enoug
arc what f.o^ono lias vet carla
think of providing."
. - --- ? \
RA UK FOI*. KEYV* Yon?v.-What tl
Church Journal calls one of the ran
incidents was witnessed at St. Ph
lip's Protestant Episcopal Ch re
Ne>y York, September 12lli. S
colored clcrgytnen, . "representing i
tho orders ?in the church-Bisho
Priest, and Deacon,'' occupied sea
in tho chancel. The Bishop w
Pir.hop Ilpily, ri iinyti. The liv
Mr. Morris, of Savannah, G.
Ftn;uivv/i pi' Ypusg DUITOX.-Wo
n?ipucd iii n f?fmer issue thc ?ucl
dtn death ol' Mr. Dutton ut Prince
ton college. His father resides al
Georgetown in this Slate. His only
sister, airs. E, A. Webstct-, resides
in this town.
The Princeton Press in referring
to the funeral says :
Mr. button", the yoting^ man con
nected with tho Fresh than class of
the college, who died last week, was
. .. . . .?"... i _... r,.,.."
milieu on nulluni mm tiiu^ IMM, IHM..
tho uh?ncl. Dr. Murray preached
thc scrniou. taking tor his tcj$ the
words of St. Paul, "Ii after th?pnan
ner of men I have fought with beasts
nt Ephesus, what ndvantsgolh it me,
if the dead rise not? Ictus eat and
drink; for to-morrow.wc die." The
great body of Ute students., of whom
lhere are ITO, were present, together
with .-.thors, /vlie" the' service he
was followed by n long procession Lo
tbc- comet m y where hc^was buried.
Nope of b.is f pially cs couldj bo pres
ent, and burial Pf him was m mle, nil
their request sent by telegraph, tie j
was tenderly cared for. A company
of fiis olaesmalcrarad I men di tailed
Vf bear bis body lo his . nine, in i
Georgetown^ Sou Iii Carolina, lind ii
been Hie wish of his friend- thal he
should be borne thither. Wc L&irn
from the librarian that he was accus
tomcd to pursue advanced courses of
reading hud study. UcbrVrwcg's Iiis
tory of Philosophy .-.".s in his pos
session f?t tuc time ol' his death, he
havmg taken it from the library for
the purpose of its perusal. ^Oft
times thc young die first, while. Uley
whose hearts are dry as summer dust
burn to the socket."
1 ON S CONG KS.-"Sponges we rd for
merly supposed to be plants, bul
i later observations have shown them
to lie animals; they aro placed ii the
class of prolozo?i tho class most re
sembling plants'^ When first found
in the water their appearance '. . very
di (feront fi pin the sponge wo sci.
A sponge is Um skelton only! ilia
part corresponding to our bhbirs.
When this w'as a cumple .
tiling, deep dpyvn unde; v.a .:. , .. :
covered all over the out :iiwi
willi n Fofl substance sehnet iii o? I
thc white ot* an eggs and th's lyn* the
llesh ; it was fastened tightly Lo a
rock, and its color was bluish black
on thc upper side, and a dirty white
be!owr. All through this ni ass is a
regular circulation, like our blood
and food. You see all over it..; sur
face; orifices or holes; these commu
nicate with each other throughout.
Into the largest of these, called pores,
sea-water is constantly entering ; and
out ol thc small ones, cnlled^cnls, it
To get thes sponges from the bot
tom of thc ocean furnishes occupa:
lion for a great number of people.
One thousand mellare busy in the
Grecian Archipelago alone. They
dive from May lo September, li. is
a strange way to cain a living and a
poor one at that. If tim sponges we
have could speak, what stories llicy
could tell of tho changes th?) bave
seen."' . b
If sonic persons were to bestow
ono half of their fortuno in lcnruih"
how to spend tho other half, it would
bc money extremely well laid out.
lie that spends two foi Lune, and, per
mitting himself to be twice ruined,
dies at last a beggar, deserves no
commiseration. Ile lifts gained nei
ther exp?rience from trial,'ncr re
pentance from reprieve. Ile has
been all his life abusing fortune with
out enjoying lier, and purchasing wis
dom without possessing ber.
.Suicide sometimes proceeds from
cowardice, but not always ; for cow
ardice sometimes prevonts it; since
as many live because they are al raid
to die, as die because they are afraid
j [IK A- Wj E. DISTRICT MEET
i IA?.; will He hold ?ti Aiken. |>. ?:., on
?aturdiiy October .'Mb, ?373. ,\
Tlie A. .M. IO. 1'iiinp-Meiiiiir of thc
Bull Swamp Clrenii vvll' commi-nce on
VVeduesilny Oct. 2'Jlli 18751 and Will end
on Monday tiotfi.
Bishop J. p. Campbells appointments
will ba ns follow?: Aiken, S. 0.. Octo
her8(? ami 314 Bull Hwntnn Circuit, bi
Peici-'P < tlnu-ch. November 2dj Tlilr .
Quaiterly Confiaeiiou Xi.voml.'t.r 2d.
J. Mi bl M j Nd,
raster Bull Swamp Circuit.
v " . : ...u:^7K=^r"VK:s?ij*?^?ur.':
VI. H. J?JESDI3H,
LUI AL JUSTICE A??D ATTOR
NEY AT LAW,
BRANCHVILLE, S. ?.
GLOVER & GLOVER,
Attoriioy s ? t XJ a. w :
NO 5, LAW KANt?li,
ORANGE?URG, S. C.
?Zli?R & DIBBLE,
A?TOe n.EYS AT L AW
NO 7, LAW UANGE, 0RAK?EBUKO,
(Opposite 3Iutlioilist Church.)
Economy is Wealth.
LADIES. SAVE YOUR COM HING? I
iimi have tlit?iti winked tip nt ARTIH l?|
II. LEWTN'S, Mannt*a?::iy cr of Human
Lhilrtrens' hair cutting ft specialty.
vOet. 22, 1S75-10-3H1.
Wm. M. MED & GO.,
tinbuTIiRS ASI) ? OTU WM ?RS 0!
Oils, White Lead.
201 East Bay,
CHARLEST?N, So. Ca.
S. Iii WILSON. T. WILSON.
S?M'L H. WILSON y. MO,;
Wholesale ami Retail Dealers
303 King St., Charleston, S. C.
j May 15-: f_.
Dealer in all kinds of
; Drugs and Medicines.
Dr Dukes has lind Niue Years I3xji<?ri- i
..nee i'i Driigs|ani| .'.!..?!!. ini - ami ihorouh- j
|ly^ understands lils luisiUcssJ He keeps.
First-class Drug; Store,
-'!> re fi i i attention paid tn the oom
pounding ol'Prescription.* ami all order;
promptly at tended to. Call on him al
his Popular Dru;,' Store.
Oraii}rebiir^, Feb. 13, 1S75.
B].;GS TO INFOl?M IDS FRIENDS,
patrons and the public generally, that
having disposed nt' his entire
STOGK OF LIQUORS,
now respect fully solicits a continuance
of their patronage, by offering to them,
tinder thc motto nf QUICK SALES
?"id Sr>*] LL P'??QPITG.j a em
pi?te assortment el'
G enerai Merchandise.
Ami as my stock is TOO NUMEROUS
TO MENTION'. I resja el fully ask an in
spection ut' my youd s before buying else
CooiL shown free of charge.
.Cured by Dr. Bon?'r;
Remedies, nilli full directions sent to
?mp parr, of thc world. .Send for pam
phlet and pai'tl'Milars. Address
ii. T. lim, v. D., l'ENiY?.OA?CISRIXST'E,
i'll!) Chestnut struct, Philadelphia, l'a.
The choicest in thc world-Importers*
prices-largest Company in America
staple article-pleases everybody-trade
continually increasing-agents wanted
everywhere- best Inducements - don't
waste time-send for circular to
43 Vesey Street, New York.
Postoftlco Box 12?7.
n^irr n irr
. ?%tva*. ?alw S ?
Oolong. bhick-A4Q, ?".0, (?it. best 70Yt ;
per pound. Mixed, Grii and Ulk-io.
50. GO, liest 70cis per lb. Japan, Uncol
ored-GO, 70. 80. 00. hc.-t ?1 00 per lb.
Imperial. i. i rt GO, 70. 80, 00, best
$'l.0(J pur th. yoting llv'soii. Green--50,
CO. 70. Wt. 00. "SI 00. be?! SL05 ?for lu'
GuiitVt?w<h*. GrAin-81.00. best $1 80 poi
l.i. Eiiglisii iircakiiist, Rlaek-r-GO, VU.
?t;, DO. bes^l.OOper lb.
N. li -l\ e huyo a specialty ol Garden
Growth Venn,: Hyson and imperial a:
?1.-20. ami Ooloiig Extra ? ilioice $1,00.
?rjg*" If one of our agents should cati
upon you, semi for a pound sample o?
any hind yon require. Enclose thc
money, and wo will forward it to you,
per return mail without any extra charge.
. Complete Pictorial History of thc
Times"-" Thc lex!, cheapest,
and most successful Family Pa
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HATKU ft UHOTltEU?j XOw York.
we liiivojiiiit winn \oit r.cetl. OnrOsli M.ami,
Glir0|ii?4 ?utfoiimiytliln}; in the hnirk' t. M
Por".iins Write! : ' i etriiet; our. yesterday, and
hy working cosy foiir haui'fi, clo.'irtd y." A
)u Iv has i.,-i reported her profits fir the foro
noon us ?ive donore; ye .tay np io 2 o'clock
diu cleared suveti nod a hull dol?ais. We. eau
prove beyond n.ueniion that cen agmii ordered
.(KW ?ol'these chromos In eleven working days.
We have thc tm.- . hud Inigost nasorlinont in
the t ulled slates; hiiiidroila ol'tlii.lco suijeets
hom whicli to sel?ct. \\ c will eend iron no as
sorted ono hundred of the liest M.-1I??!K oa re
ceipt of six dollars. Semi in your order of glvo
ur. n call. Sample by mall ?WC, or li for 1.
.1. LATHAM \ Co.,
-in? washingldn :.t-, Ho-ton, Mans.
r. o.v.ox'ny. Oct. so'iurtjui;
A D V K K T I S E M Ii N T S.
ri HAND OPENING I
I will open this morning n lot of the
?ver offered in this market, co si
JNCOLORED JAPAN OOLONGS,
Vnd in order to cultivate a trade for
these line grades I will sell them
"V ES Lu. Y 3L. O "VT .
I have also received this morning another
Solomon's Fancy Flour*
Fresh ground and Made especially
for mc from thc
ETiiiost ?elected "Wiketvt.,
1 have never had a complaint of
this brand of flour.
I M CO?TANT NOTICE !
Inferior KEROSENE OIL ls so dan
?oi ons and so many accidents lirre ?e
jurrcd from its use, I have been induced,
it the repeated solicitation of my casto
ncrs, to purchase a supply of pure Oil
.r their use. I haye just receive ten
P??IO WHITE KEROSENE.
Of Iii Are te?t. i will ??ll titi? Pur?
Oil chopper than tho same grade ef Oil
can be sold at in this city. Families U6e
ing this Oil are safe. The use of the
common Oils now
FLOODING THE MARKET
is equivalent to bringing into the family
destruction and death ?
I have also received :
10 Tierces Fresh Cured Davis' Hams,
10 Boxes Cream Cheese, direct from
25 Firkins Goshen Butter, direct from
thc Dairy, which has all tho
freshness and flavor of the flow
5 Tierces cf Baltimore Sugar-C?red
10 Barrels of Extra Mess Mackerel,
averaging twenty ounces.
25 Sacks Lagnayra Coffee, equal to
50 Sacks of assorted Rio, by last Rio
Willi a full supply of
Fiji i ul J- . . I
My stock ls full, with price? low no*
good times coming.
Thanking :he public for their very lib
irai patronage, and soliciting its contin
uance, I will do my best to merit the
Columbia, So. Co.