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TIio kindly words that rise with tlio heart,
And thrill it tWitU their sympathetic tone,
But die ere spoken, fall to- piny their part,
And claim a merit that is not their own.
The kindly word, unspoken, is a sin?
A sin that wrap* itself in purest guise,
And tells the heart that doubting- looks within,
That not In speech, but thought, tho virtue
But' tin not so: another heart mny thirst
For that kind word, a* Hagar in tho wild
Poor banished Ungar?prayed a well might
From out the sand to save her parching
And loving eyes thnt cannot see the mind
Will watch th' expected movement of the lip:
Aht can yc let its cutting silence wind
Around that heart, and scathe it like a whip?
Unspoken word", like treasures in the mine,
Are valueless until we give them birth ;
Like nn found gold their hidden beauties shine
Which (Jod has made-to bless and gild the
How sad 'twould be to sec a master's hand
So ike glorious notes upon a voiceless lute?
But oh ! what pain when, at God's own com
A heart-string thrills with kindness?but is
Then liide it not, the music of the sold,
Dear sympathy, capressed with kindly voice,
But let it like the shining river roll
To'deserts dry?to hcrts that would rejoice.
Oh! Ie^ the symphony of kindly words
Sound for the poor, the friendless, and the
And Ho will bless you.?He who struck these
Will strike another when in turn you seek.
A GlilC UL TURAL.
"Agriculture is the General Pursuit of Man; it
is the Uusis of all others, ami there
fore, the most Useful and
10 h, 29 m.'-lth.
7 h, 20 in. tilth.
10 h, 17 in.! 19th.
First Q'tr. |2 h, 54 m. |27th.
iScn ltisK5?.,Su!f Sets.
Horticultural Hints for November.
At this senson it mny he well to repent
(though tho fact is, perhaps, obvious
enough) thnt nothing like n fixed calen
dar of garden or farm work can be per
fectly adapted to so wide a range of lati
tude and longitude as that for which wo
wrilo. Our dates must be considered
movable, and may he carried backward
or forward, accordingly as the render's
latitude may be north or south of ours.
From five days to a week for each
degree of latitude may be taken as a
general rule in measuring climatic diff
erences, but to this there will be many
exceptions, depending upon the distance
from the ocean, altitude, the physical
conformation of the country, and the
character of the soil. In the en mo lati
tude, too the time for performing many
horticultural operations will vary consid
erably with tho varying seasons, Con
sulted with all these modifying circum
stances in view, we mny venture to hope
that our brief hints may be of service to
novices, at least, and that constant repe
tition will be deemed excusable and
proper, ns the same processes have to be
gone through with this year as in the
previous ones. All we can hopo is to
make improvements in them.
Taking the ri sk of the season, we may,
from tho tenth to th-3 fifteenth of the
present month, in the latitude of Charles
ton and southward, plant our first crop
of peas. Dan O'Rourkc, Eugenia, Lax
ton, Prolific or sonic other medium
grower will bo most likely to give us n
crop. Tho smaller dwarfs, like Tom
Thumb stud McLean's Little Gem, will
come into blossom too soon, and be more
likely to be cut off. Toward the end of |
the month, or the first week in December
we may plant the quick growing dwarfs,
of which the Little Gem is the best. We
select, if possible, for our pens, ground
that is rich Irom previous manuring, so
as to require little if any additional ap
Turnips mny be planted during the
present month, but with some risk, as in
the case of peas. They arc liable to be
killed, whild young and tender, by the
hard fret /.es which often occur in De
cember and January, hut if they should
live through, they will come into use in
good time in the spring, and ho very
tender and sweet. A slight covering of
straw, leaves or dry grass, strewn over
them, will often save the crop. Similar
remarks apply with equal force to car
rots and beets. Lettuce- nnd Radishes
aro somewhat moro hardy, but often need
slight protection, even in this latitude
The cabbages and tnrnips planted in
September or October, will require fre
quent attention. There may be few
weeds, but the soil will need stirring with
the pronged hoo to keep it light and
friable. If cabbage plants of a suitable
sizo can be obtained, they may be set
out during the month, for the cnrlest
spring crop, and seeds may be sown for
later planting. The young plants will
need some protection during the winter.
A cold frame is a very useful garden fix
ture for this and other purposes.
This is the best mouth in the year for
planting fruit trees, though the work can
bo successfully done any time during the
winter, in our mild climate. Let the
ground be well prepared, and the work
faithfully aone, if you wish for the best
results. Raspberries may now be plant
ed as directed in previous numbers.?
THE EXERCISES of thin Academy will be
resumed on Monday. September let.
Roys arc prepared for College or business,
and young Indies given a thorough course of |
hut met ion.
Tbc male nnd female departments are kept
strictly separate, except during the recitation
of classes which are composed of both.
Terms, (per month).
ENGLISH.* 3 00
Wc tender our thanks for the lil>eral patron
age of the past and tnwt that we shall merit a
continuance of the same in the future.
JAAfES S. HEYWARD,
july 81?td Teachers.
S20. THE BECKWITI1 $20.
PORTABLE FAMILY SEWING
ON THIRTY DAYS' TRIAL,
With Strength and capacity Equal to any, Re
tjardleta of Cost.
1M4E Cloth-Plato is the size used by a $100
.^?Machine is of Polished Plated Steel. At
tachments of proportionate size and quality,
while the entire. Machine has corresponding
finish throughout. Braider, Embroider, Uuide,
Hemmer, Gatherer, four sir.es of Needles, &c.,
are given with every Machine.
no toii.somk tread of the treadle
Every Machine Can.felly Tested and fully
BECK WITH SEWING MACHINE CO.
Near 17th St. nnd Union Square, 852 Broad
wav, N. Y.
July 17, 1873 22
BRICKS : I
rjllIE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
Inf? .mil the public that he is now prepared to
furnish BRICKS in any quantity. All orders
will meet prompt attention.
J. C, EDWARDS,
may 1 73 ly
IN ca.sII mift8,
To be distributed by the
UNITED STATES PRIZ
OF NEW YORK.
.1 PRIZE FOR EVERY TICKET.
1 Cash Gift ?100,000
0 Cash Gift? 50,000
12 Cash Gifts 20,000
20 Cash Gifts 5,000
75 Cash Gifts, $1,000
:too " " 500
200 " 200
.')50 " u 100
400 Cold Watches 75 to 300
275 Sewing Machines 00 to 150
75 Elegant Pianos each 250 to 700
50 V Melodcoha " 50 to 200
Cash fiifts, Silver Ware, etc., valued at 1,500,000
A chance to draw any of the above priy.es for
2-r> cents. Tickets describing Prizes are scaled
in Envelopes and well mixed. On receipt of]
25 cents a sealed ticket is drawn without choice
and sent by mail to any address. The prize
named upon it will be delivered to the ticket
holder on payment of one dollar. Prizes arc
immediately sent to any address by express or
You will know what your prize is before you
pay for it. Any prize excharged for another
of the sr.nio value. No blanks. Our patrons
can depend on fair dealing.
Opinions of the Press.?Pair dealing can be
relied on,?N. Y. Herald, Aug. 23. A genu
ine distribution.?World, Sept. 0. Not one of
the humbugs of the day?Weekly Tribune, Ju
Iv 7. They give general satisfaction.?Staats
Kettling, Aug. 5.
R?FERKM?ES.?By kind permission we refer
to the following: -Franklin S. Lane, Lcwin
villc, drew $13,000. Miss Hattic Banker,
Charleston, $9,0(>0. Miss Louisa T. Blake, St.
Paul, Piano, $700. Samuel V. Raymond,
Boston, $5.000. Eugene P. Bracket!. Pittsburg,
Watch, $8000. Miss Ahnte Osgood. New Or
lens, $500. Emory L. Pratt, Columbus, Ohio,
One cash gift in every packago of 150 tiekcU
guaranteed. 5 tickets for $1.00 ; 11, for $2.00;
25 for $:t.00; 50 for $5.00; 150 for $15.
Agents wanted, to whom we offer liberal in
dueeniei'ts and guarantee satisfaction*
i/OLM ES, HALE & OA,
20 Platt St., New York.
F. H. W B1UGGMANN
HAS just received a full supply of NEW SPRING GOODS, and
CONSTANTLY ON HAND a full line of Dry GooclS of all kinds. He oiler*
Needed by everybody, at low rates, consisting of BOOTS AND 8H0ES, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, HATS, &c., &c. ALSO,
The BUTTON-HOLE SEWING MACHINE, (wbicb took first Premium at last County
Fair,) for whim lie h Agent.
?lall and see for Yourselves.
ALSO AGENT FOR THE
-Portable FUMF and SPEINKLER. tf
April 10, 1873 8 tf
IN MEDICINES QUALITY IS OF THE FIRST IMPORTANCE.
E. J. ?LIVEROS, M. D,
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Faints, Oils, Var
nish, Non-Explosive Lamps, Grarden
Seeds, &c. &o. &c
PRESCIPTIONS prepared with, accuracy and fidelity, for wbicb purpose a full and com
plete assortment of PURE CHEMICALS and GENUINE DRUGS will be constantly
IONG E*pcrience?a successful business caree? of more than eight years in Orangeburg.
A and a good knowledge of tho DRUG MARKET, at Home and Abroad, will aflbrd
n sufficient gunranteo that all goods sold or dispensed at my Establishment will be GENU
INE and RELIABLE.
ATPRECIATINO the success which, in the past, has attended my efforts, I have deter
mined to snare no paiiiB to merit a continuance of the patronage so liberally bestowed.
1 E. J. OLIVEROS,
No. 100, Russell Street,
Orangeburg C. H., S. C.
Feb. 27, 1873, 2 ly
DR. A. SC. DUKES,
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, fine Toilet Soaps,
% FANCY HAIR AND TOOTH BR?SKES.
PERFUMERY AND FANCY
TRUSSES .A^ISTD shoulder braces,
GRASS AND GARDEN SEEDS, PURE WINES AND LIQUORS,
FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES, PAINTS, OILS, VAR
NISHES AND DYE STUFFS, LETTER-PA PER,
PENS, INK, ENVELOPES, GLASS,
OIL LAMPS, &c, &e,
?sr Physicians Prescriptions accurately compounded, "f?n
The Citizens' Savings Bank
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Will pay 7 PER CENT INTEREST on SPECI AL DEPOSITS and 0 PER CENT on SAV
INGS DEPOSITS compounded Semi-annually.
Local Finance Committee.
Hon. THOS. IV. GLOVER.
Col. PAUL S. FELDER.
Capt. JOHN A. HAMILTON.
JAS. H, FOWLES,
mch 19-ly Assistant Cashier.
J. E. ADGER & CO,
02 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON. Se C,
J. E. ADGER & CO.,
38-fim 02 Ert3t Bay, Charleston, S. C.
LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY!
Insure your life in the
PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON LIFE INSURANCE 00. *
,P1 . . Capital, $2,500,000.
?This is the largest and most prosperous of the Southern companies.
JAS. H. FOWLES Agent, at Citizen's Savings Rank
GEN. J. B. GORDON, Fwident.
GEN. A. H. C0LQU1T, ViceJpiwdenl
W. C MORRIS, Secretary.
C. F. MeCAY, Consulting Actuary.
BRA^STCII OFFICE OF
ATLANTA DEPARTM ENT.
ASSETS, Janitary 1st ., 187?, $1,041,047 40.
BLACK & WARING,
.1. A. HAMILTON,
Agent :it Orungcburg, S. C,
HASJustieceiveda lot of NICE CLOTHING -with a good aMortflttoft
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOS, HATS, CAPS, CROCKERY.
CUTLERY, TIN WARE, <&c.
Their stock of Groceries cannot be surpassed by any in, the market for qtJr , ?
ity and prices.
CitII on them opposite Citizens' Savings Bank.
Feb. 13, 1873
VOSS & IZX.AR.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
2RUSSELL STREET, (NEXT DOOR TO BAPTIST CHURCH.
faj Having turned our attention exclusively to
0 Wo are confident money can be saved by buying from us.
B?S0" Goods Delivered. *^?a
October 2,1872, 4
W. P. RUSSELL & CO.,
CHARLTsSTOX, ?. C,. ..jg^g 4 ...^
r (P.?.^f Oilico Box 1S>7.)
DOOR, SASH ami BLIND F.u.-n.iiY?MOULDING und PLAINING MILL.
manufacturers of Building Material Generally.
DRESSED FLOORING, ClllLlXO and WEATHER ilOARDS, Mori.niNG FOR
BUILDING PURPOSES in (IRKAT VARIETY. XEWEI.S, I AXDh
RAILS and iiALi rsTKR^ wood-Tl'rning und
GOD ami Substantial Work rtVaili" rt? i-hrnp ni t\*u . <l:il>li.-hminf ??-? <~?n ??f ?!????#? in th? I'r"
fl" Itij SlaU-.?. We have on Ii?lid i! ? * -tiirk of the ?l?.\?. Sooth of ihr rifr ~f '".
all of which, we guarantee will give entire saii-faetioi, to all who want gi ruf and *uh.?tan'ii?!
The subscribers arr the only prnrtiral mcehaidi-s?Sn-h, IMiml and tStnr makers? hr trade,
carrying on the business in the eity of fh-irb sloj.. and ?an rct-r i<> grntlcmen all orrr this Stat*,
Georgia, North Catolilia and Florida, a* to the ? htractir of their work for the pa?t turnt v rear?.
N?TIGE;?Oil account of tili? mann? r in whi? h ?? h?.x up our work, and our a?*nmption ef
the risk of hr.-ik ig ? of Gl i-< wult ??r.lin ir> h tu I ing, o:ir ir-wsU nre shipped ovr the road? in
tins State at HALF UA'l ..S, which i- a gnat ?.iviug to the ptirt'liaxr oi our ?vrk.
V/. t'. i .?s'S I-'.l ,1, Jv: CO., Charlrston, B. ( .
HENRY <i. KKToII.l, (at lliim* C '...ria; e Sin p.i Ol oiyibuig, S. t.
June 12, 1s7.I 17
WOULD EESPECTFUELY INFOP.M MY FRIENDS AND THK
Public in general that I am receiving ar.d have ready /or their in
spection now, the MOST ATTRACTIVE, LARGEST arid1 * *dT
BEST ASSORTED Stock of ^AIiSi GOODS
ever offered in this market. Any one
who will take the trouble will
readily convince him
self of this
As space will not permit me to enumerate all the different
branches, I can only state that all are fully replen
ished, and I invite every one to call in
and examine for himself. Goods
shown freely and with
CEO. II. CORNEI.SON.
May 7th, 1873, 12
v I .V!
?L ESTATE AGENCY.
The undersigned bavin'.' formed a co-partnership under the nnme of FOWLE A
GLOVER, offer their services to the community, as Agents for theSulc or purchase
of Real Estate, and for collection of Rents, &c. JAS. H. FOWLE8,
JULIUS GLOVER, At Citizens' Savings Bank.
At Law Office of Glover & Glover.
Wc offer for sale:
A new and boautiful residence In Or
angeburg, on East sido of Railroad, with
fmo outbuildings, garden, &c.
ONE Plantation of Five Hundred
Acres, on Santco River.
A* plantation near Fort Motte, 500 acres,
with dwelling and outhouses in good con
ition?wntcr power on the place.
ALSO, n* a Bargain, 340 acres (150
cleared) within } mile of Rowe's Bridge;
H miles from Rowe's Pump Depot.
ONE Building Lot iu the town of Or
Lot belonging to Presbyterian Church
on Amelia, (New) Street?a desirable