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TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. \
GOD .A.TST3;) OUT* COUNTRY.
VOLUME V
SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBfR 6, 1877.
ALWAYS IN ADVANCE
DeTreville & He, ward
[ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
AT LAW
CSranRplmrR CJ. II., S. <,?.
Jt3>"* Will practice in the various Courts
of tlio State
W. .1- DoTrevillc, Jnmcs S IJpywartl
juno 23 tf.
ABIAL LATHROP,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ora.iigebti.rg, S* O?
J5??'" Office in'rearof Masonic Hall.
M nreh 3 lv
Knowlton & Wannamaker,
ATTOIllSTKVS
Mtli
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
OruiigclMirg C. II., S. ?).
An^. 15. Knowlton, F. M. Wnhnamakcr,
Oraii?eburg C IL St. Matthews,
may ? 1ST7 tf
DENTISTRY.
Pr. L. S, Wolfe can be found at his office
over EzckicIVStore where lie is prepared
to execute work on tiic most improved
styles, at short notice and at rea-onah
prices- All work guaranteed.
jllllC III) tf.
NO MISTAKE!
take HEPATINE
The Great Remedy for all Disc ascs of the Liver.
take HEPATINE
Th? Great Cure for Dyspepsia and Liver Discusa.
take HEPATINE
The Great Cure for Indigestion and Liver Disease.
take HEPATINE
The Great Cure for Constipation and Liver Discr.se.
take HEPATINE
The Great Cu*e for Sick Headichc & Live/ DIimu>
take HEPATINE
The Great Cure for Chills, Fevers and Liver Disease.
take HEPATINE
The Great Cure for Bilious Attacks and Liver Disease.
take HEPATINE
For Sour Stomach, Headache and Liver Discale.
take HEPATINE
For Fvm.ilc Weakness, General Debility and Liver
Disease.
DYSPEPSIA?
A state of the Stomach in which
its functions are disturbed, often
with .ut the presence of other
diseases, attended with loss of
appetite, nausea, Heartburn, sour stomach, rising of
food after eating, sense of fulhirss or weight in the
stomach, acrid or felid eructations,'a fluttering or
sinking at the pit of the stomach, palpitations, illusion
of the sense*, morbid feelings and uneasiness of vari
ous kinds, and which is pcrupncntly cured if you take
jE3I DE ZE^-A-TIZLsTIB
Constipation or
Costiveness ?
A state of the bowels in which
the evacuations do not take place
j?s designed "by nature am. arc inordinately html and
expelled with difficulty, caused by a low state of the
system, which diminishes the action of the muscular
coat of the stomach. ' This disease is easily cured if
you will take
H IE DP ATI IsTE
INDIGESTION
A condition of the Stomach pro
duced by inactivity of the Liver,
when the food is not properly,
digested, and in which condi
tion the sufferer 1? liable to become the victim of
nearly every disease that human flesh is hfirjto?
chills, fevers and general prostration. It is positively
cured if you take
IK IE PATI IsTE
Sick ?fc Nervous
HEADACHE?
' It was at one time supposed that
the seat of the brain was in the
stomach. Certain it is a wonderful sympathy exisls
between the two, and what effects one has an imme
diate effect on the other. So it is that a disordered
stomach invariably is fullowed by a sympathetic ac
tion of the brain, and headaches all arise from this
Cause. Headaches are easily cured if you will take
H IE3 PATI ZSTjE
Sonr Stomach?
Heartburn?
1 The former is the primary cause
I of ilie latter. A sour stomach
creates the heat and" burning sensation. The con
tents of the stomach ferment and turn sour. Sick
stomach, followed by griping, colic and diarrhoea,
often occur.
When the skin is yellow, TAKE
When the tongue Is coaled, TAKK
HEPATINE
DEATH TO DISEASE!
For bitter, had taste in the mouth, TAKE
HEPATINE
?o-A teaspoonful in a wineglass full of water, as
directed on bottle, and you never will be sick. This
is saying a great deal, but we
MAKE NO MISTAKE!
TAKE
HEPATINE
FIFTY DOSES IN EACH BOTTLE.
FOR SALE UY
A. <:. DUKICS, Druggifit.
may 10 1K77 I ly
FOE HiLI'L"
A hoilfloatid lot at Jamison's Turn Out
hounded on tlie Kant l>y tlie S. ('. Hail
lioad- N ill he Bold cheap. Apply (o
M RS, 11. M. A NEU EWS,
au? 11 ' If.
HO USE SHOEING
AN!?
A ' KSMITII WORK
THOMAS RAY,
(Russell si. Opposite [larley'8 Cantor.)
All manner of Sfhith work ami Ihirsc
idioeing properly done.
fancy Sch 11 work. Railing fjr Crave
Lots. A trial solicited.
THOMAS R VY:
eepl 1 if.
OllANGEBCJRG ?IGH
SCHOOL
Tili? nnderftigncd. having united Iie>r
cdiica iuiitileflhv wt'l open a. .'i Fair
HuRiling in Urnnguhiirg, on Monday Sopl
?".ril a 1ligh School Tor
BOYS AND GIRLS.
which Ihcy I . ,ie will meet nil the r.-.i ii.ro
ments of tli" community, h.ml nie i a
e ?ntinuaneco the patvn . ige which Im -Ii-c i
>? liberally i > tended ?> the'r repi u.e
? chonl.4.
The upper ?torv of ihc Fair Ihiilding
will be occupied lit nu girls. iinuVr one ot'
Ihe principals; an<| lie lower story by the
hoy.-*! under the other principal*
The niOMl rigid rule will lie enforced for
ihe mniutniiiatice of discipline mid deco
rum, iOitl, c.\evpi wtii'u recirjttoi, muh r
the eye of ihe teachers require, the male
and lemnlc department will he kept.-. -icily
separate
Roys will he prepared for CoHejO 6r busi
iic--, and yoilllg ladies given a linhthcd
con ->.'?
Tin- Musical Department will be tinder
Mrv* Hamilton.
Reasonable board can be obtained.
TERMS PER MONTH.
Primary Department.$2 00
Intermediate. ;? 50
Advanei ?1. ;{ (JO
Classical.-j.. 4 (Jt)
Music.
For further information apply in eith.r
of the principals.
Hugo (i. Sheridan Stiles R. Melliebam'p
jury *Jh tf
laager. BeejriSaloon
at
MeM ASTER'S BRICK >T()UH.
Respectfully informs the (.'itizoin of
Oran'fchiirti at d vicinity tin' In li:i? opcr.ed
a/ltfil -ii-- Sal [ot'i k. d with tic. -V.-t
gnoiis ih mat4;< t all? ml-.
\ i" will oper. .in iht! Ii ist of September
next a lir-'l el iss Kating Sa'.1 wli?iv nieils
can h. procured at uil hours; of tl:e day and
night.
My goods, and prices; are guaranteed to
give satisfaction.
A call i- respectfully so'iciled.
a:- IS 1y
v ihm Wi {i f r e v .\ i k i : ?T~
Tin nndersi med having eoninu'iieed Re
j tiring Furniture, would - dielt lliu public
pairona-je, and he will warrant :iP work
done by himJo l>e ?jeit,a,id lo giri' sa'i 1 ?
limi; wilfvl-o rakoa-.d n pair \\:\ tin ??<?
Charges, mndcra'e.
(Jive nie a trial at Knk K' l ir. <<ii'- i-'ore
j. i:i:\DY sou ins.
nit a 1^ Im
The Daniel Pratt Gin Co.
OF l'RATTSVILLE ALA.
An1 manufacturing the (Vlebrated
'Mi.inicl l'ratl Cotton <:in-"' with Revolv
ing Heads and an adju-l ihlo Mi l hoard,
which arc imprdViinerit?? pa'.oiitW diem
in July |S7!1.
Anv ordinary plant.i loo hand r.m feed
these Cin-, and they will turn out more lint
in the name time than any oilier *?i 1. ami
by the use of the ndjustablu .-col b|?J*"d,
which can he iiri|u?tcd while die (on i
running, they ea t he mad,- to pick the
ne' d ninth ..I? aiier tliau Shy other'lin.
The expedience of every plantyr who has
it^ed ihein,-hows that these (till* will
choke, nor can the roll he hiokeii by feed
ing it altogether in the 1. nter or at the mis
of the cotton box.
We arc prcpifrTd to provd by many let
ters in bW ofliee. writ:eil by )':irlic-< who
have used tluse tiins lor the pa I ioTir Kea
snns, that our coin'' lions of the wonderfully
increased eiUctivcn? -s and value of the Ke
volving Head Gin has been wirret, ami we
are confidetil wo can, witho'it 0 iror denial
c'aiin, that no other < iih.S e;lh Oiiljl* te with
it in quality, capacity, or ndvania^cn ofany
kind.
Parties wanting our (lins , .111 apply ti
J. C. 1'iketV < 0., Oraiigobiir^ U. IL, S.
K. P. Mavs; M iysvi'le, S. C, Dr. .1. M.
lUuiicr. f ifnWonSvillc, 8;;C. J 1?. McLncaii
Marion 0. ii. rf. ?'.
Who are our agents fpr the rale of our
(tins and sell at our prices.
DANIEL Pit ATT CIN CO.
lVatlsville Ala
.June 12th 1877
'pine 'j:i l"1
FIRE INSURANCE.
Tl,.. Orel class Companies AT LAN
ITC MACK A, and MOBILE UN
UhllW'Ul I Elt?; are entitled to tlio
lulli roiiliik'ncv til'tlip busiiiCa puo
lie. Tlu v liavoeltaul tlie test of many
years, an J jiro prompt in payitijj
losci.
?JiHi N A. II AMILTOX
Agent lor I'iro Insurance.
ju r.r.KK i)Ki/n No
Pili dished < :i short n ?.? ? pf'iviy
width, "Jin. IT.- -. ?' >. 2 ) 1! i.
JJ+sta 5in. 4'Jet>. i?.:i. ,50 :-. p< fo ?:
up io 14 in width.
Cane Mills and Eoilers
MILLS.
2 l: ?"? ??, Il) in; s ;<). 2 ilollo^.
Vi ..: . ?. :; K 'i. i l1) i i; *4n.
]:< ?!f.KUS.
iVoriaVii, ( io. i> ci i1 . ^''2; . >
(;.?'!.. ?; '. i, i Cr .. sit), mi; .'i-.
gl*. 100 CHT' > ').
I' v"-!,.- add' I.
J. A.. Hamilton
MUSIC KO R ALL.
Prof. ANTON BlilUl wlK is to instruct
on tli..- I'iano on the ino3t reasonable term-.
Nine Le.wohfl for ?2.50.
The greatest care will he taken to give
satisfaction. Ladies who wish a linishiiiL'
touch to their Musical Kthicattun have an
opportunity to go through a course of 15<-r
tini's and Croiner's, Etr.ule.-t, Mo/.ard and
Oethoven'? Senates.
ANTON IIERG,
Graduate from the Conservatory of
Stockliulin.
s..'j>t S If
TO TIT*] N T.
That large and co iimodiouM Brick Store,
formerly oecupie?! hy Mr. t'. I?. .Jones.
For tei nis r.pplv to
MUS. M. K. MONAMARA
aug HA; a_tf ..
?SS HEED THE ?ffig
IWiWords of Advice, Illy
TDTT'ti TILLS
TL'TT'SlJESPKCTPUUT offered by ill LS
inTT?Sr*W, ii. Tu TT, M.D., for roanyP.LLS
irnTTiu"?? Demonstrator of Anatomy In PII T q
iJlii," Iho Xlodlcnl College of Ceorgla. piyi's
TUTT'8 Thirty yearn- experience In the ?:? r?
TUTT'8 practice of medicine, together with Jil'l'S
TUTT'8 Dfteen years' test of Tutt's 1*111?, PILLS
TUTT'S and tho thousands of testimonials PILLS
TUTT'8 Klvcn of their efllcaoy. warrant me PILLS
TlITT'S In saving that they will positively TILLS
,,, ,TT,scure nil ill tenses that result from suit to
~Hi,.i,,2 diseased liven They are not rec-t,!!^
SHU 5 oinmen.led for all the Ilia that afflict
TUTT'8 humanity, hut for Dvsnepsla. Jann- ?"jt 1
TUTT'8 dice, Con'stliiatlon,Plies, Skin i>ls- PILLS
TUTT'3 eases, Hlllous Colic, Itheumatlsm, PILLS
TUTT'8 Palpitation of the Heart, Kidney PILLS
TUTT'8 Affections, Female Complaints, Ac, PILL8
TnTT'H ?? which result from a dcrantto- pills
iiiT.tvt.i2 nient of tho Liver, no medicine has PTl T q
?HH SS?n Proven so successful as DR. , 5
TUTT'8 TI'TT'8 VEUETAULE LIVEItJILL8
TUTT'8 PILLS. PILLS
TUTT'8 ?.?.~: PILLS
TDTT'? t T?TTS PILLS ? PILLS
TUTT'8 ] CURE SICK HEADACHE. | PILLS
TUTT'8 i.? PILLS
TUTT'8 :.: PILLS
TUTT*8 ! TBTTN I?ILLN j PILLS
TUTT'9 : REQUIRE NO CHANGE OF ? PILLS
TUTT'S : DIET. : PILLS
TUTT'8 :.: PILLS
TUTT'8 j.: PIr LS
TUTT'8 ? TUTT'S IMI.I.H = PILLS
TUTT'8 -ARE PURELY VEGETARLE.: PILLS
TUTT'S :.PILLS
TUTT'8 '.-.: PILLS
TUTT'8 i TITTT'H PILLS ? PILLS
TUTT.'S t NEVER QBIPE OR NA?8E- : PILL3
TUTT'S i fi> ATE. C\ i PILLS
TUTT'S ..y..i PILLS
TUTT'S i-?? ????.: pills
TUTT'S ! THE DEMAND FOR TUTT'S: PILLS
TUTT'S -PILLS la not confined to this- PILLS
TUTT'8 -country, but uxtonds to All parti- PILLS
TUTT'S -of tho world. : TILLS
TUTT'8 ?.? TILLS
TUTT'8 :.: PILLS
TUTT'8 : A CLEAR HKAD,elastic limbs,: PILLS
TUTT'S jgood digestion, round sleep, ? PILLS
TUTT'S :buoyant spirits, flno appetite,- PILLS
TUTT'8 iare lomn of tho results of tho- PILLS
TUTT'S -uso of TUTT'S PILLS. : PILLS
TUTT'S :.? PILLS
TUTT'S j.t PILLS
TUTT'S i AB A FAMILY MEDICINE : PILLS
TUTT'S : TUTT'S PILLS ARE THE | PILLS
TUTT'S i REST?PERFECTLY HARM- ? PILLS
TUTT'S : LESS. : PILLS
TUTT'8 :.j PILLS
TUTT'S :.? PILLS
TUTT'S : BOLD EVERYWHERE. ? PILLS
TUTT'S : PRICE, TWENTY-FIVE CTS. ? PILLS
TUTT'S i.: PILLS
TUTT'S :.? PILLS
TUTT'S i PRINCIPAL OFFICE : PILLS
TI'TT'S I 18 BIVKHIAY MTIIF.KT, ? PILLS
TUTT'8 : NEW YORK. ? PILLS
tUTT'S :.^.: PILLS
OR. TUTT'S
EXPECTORANT.
This unrivaled preparation has per
formed some of the most astonishing
cures that arc recorded in the nnnals of
history. Patients suffering for ycar6 from
the various diseases of the Lungs, after
trying different remedies, spending thou
sands of dollars in traveling and doctor
ing, have, by the use of a few bottles,
entirely recovered their health.
"WON'T IO TO FLORIDA."
Heir York, August 80,1673.
OR. TUTTi
Post sir t?Whoa In Aikon, lost wlntor, X used you*
Kxpeotorant for my osugh. and realised more benefit
from it than anything I over took. I am so well that
I will not go to > .orWl.i noxt winter as I intendod.
Bend mo ono dosen bottles, by express, for some
friends. ALFRED CUBHINQ,
138 Wost Thirty-Orst Btreet.
Boston. January 11,1874.
This Oertlflea that Z hsvo recommended tho uso of
Dr. Tutv'o Kxpeotorant fordleeaaea or tnelu.nff?
for the past two years, and to my knowledge many
bottles have been usod by my patients with tho bap
pleat reeuiu. In two oases where It was thought con
firmed ooneamptlou had taken plaoe tho Kxpeotorant
offeotod a oure. < Zt. II. BPHAOfD, K.D.
- We oan not speak too highly of Dr. Tutt's Ex
0 o Ot o rn n t, and for the cake or suffering humanity
hope it may become more generally known."? Otttf*
?u* Advocate. r
- fold by Druggists. Frlce 91.00
id.i\ 1^7 7 ly
ESTABLISHED;! IN 1874.
GEO. B. ismvA3U >S,
Cotton und CJeno^il Commis
sion Illcreb
Cliarlestoj
Prompt attention given t^feale of Cotton,
Pea-, Corn. Kiee and IVoduSJttkjrnil kinds.
Me-vhtiidize bought free of ^feyj^Bgn..
\?ont at Charleston fur Stale WSimWpZAn
Steamships between .New Sforkj (.nWlfcdw,
I.Ncrpool, |,oiiiIon and all parts of Fiirope.
References ?Rank ijf ''harloston. Jas.
A?ger ci Co., Charleston, S. C.
se|.t ?J ]?,
R R. COWPERTHWAIT~
WAR I] ROOMS,
200 KIN3 STREET,
West side. Four Doors alio\o Weiitworlli,
CJIAm.FSTOX, S. Cm
LAUGE STOCK <1>-L0W PIUCEs?;
No Charge for I'aeking and Shipping.
?ep( l *> 1S77 Um
ST.NTK.OF SCUTJ1 CAROLINA.
OttANOKittituf Co?xty, \ In Pt-ohate
/tote ( Court
Catharine F. YmtngV^ -Petition
blood, S for
Homestead.
Public notic e is hereby given that
Cathorino F. YoungbWI, widow of Curtis
Vounghlood, deceased, lias applied by Pe
tition to me as Probate Judge for County of
Orungcburg to have her Homestead appraL
seil and set ofl'aceordlnfi to law out of the
F-tate of the said deceased, and I will act
on the said Petition on the 23rd day of
October 1877.
C R. CLOVER,
Judge of Probate,
Oi an- ebltrg Count v.
Sept 22 '-,{
OllAXfSEIU. U?, ?. C., St*,teniher 4U, 1S77.
Dcliq until Taxpayers -re hereby notified
that immediate steps will betaken to collect
the License and Real IC-datc Taxes now due
the Town. By paying up promptly moucy
will be saved.
Kv Order of the Mavo,.
T. U. MALONK.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and Apruo, Intermittent Fovor,
Chili Fovor, Komittent Fever, Dumb Aauo.
Periodical or Bilious Fovor, &c, and indeed
all tho affootiona which arise from inalari
oub, marsh, or mi&smatio poisons.
This is a compound remedy, prepared with
scientific skill from vegetable ingredients, which
rarely fails to cure Die severest cases of Chills
and Fever and the concomitant disorders. Such
a remedy the necessities of the people in mala
rious districts demand. Its great superiority
over any other mcdieino yet discovered for tho
cure of Intermittent* Is, Hint it contains no cjtii
nino or mineral, and those who take it arc freo
from danger of quinism or any Injurious effects,
and are as healthy after using It as before. It
line been extensively employed during the last
thirty years in the treatment of these distressing
disorders, and so unvarying has been its success
that it hn? gained the reputation of brii.g lnf\l
liblo. It can, therefore, be safely recomnvanded
as a sure remedy and specific for the I'evor and
Ague of the \t st, and the ('hilts and Fcvor of
the South. Il counteracts the miasmatic poison
in the Mood, ."'.'it frees the system frow? its influ
ence, so that .ever and ague, shakes or chills,
ence broken up by it, do not returu until tho
disease is again contracted.
The great variety of disorders which arise from
the irritation of this poison, Mich as Neuralgia,
liliuumntlsiii. Uouti Headiuhc, Blindness,
Toothache. Karaeho, Catarrh, Asthma, Pal
pitation, Splenic Affect lous. lly?tcrlcs, Pnln
in tho Dowels, (.'idle. Paralysis, mid derange*
of the Stomach, all of which becotno intermit'
tent or periodical, have no speedier remedy than
AvKu's Adus Cunt:, which cures them all alike,
and protects the system from future nttacki As
a preventive, it Is of immense service in thoso
communities w here Fever and Ague prevails, as
it stays the development of the disease if taken
on the llrst approach of the premonitory symp
toms. Travellers and temporary residents aro
thus enabled to defy these disorders, aud few
will ever .suffer if they avail themselves of tho
protection this remedy affords.
For Liver Complaint?, arming from torpidity,
it is an excellent remedy; it stimulates thisorgaa
into healthy activity, and produces many remark
ablu cures whero other medicines fad.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical nnd Analytical Chemists,
J.OWEI.T4, MA Sil.
B01.O IIY ALI. OttUUQISTS KVLKVWI1EBIU
nutr 11 - ly.
TAKTS iSTOTICJS
The undersigned r< iiectfiilly infoi ns tho
Citizen?* of Ihe Town ami County that he
prepared todo up an I inaVe Ma rivts s on
ihe ho ,v.-t notice. Alvi will t"?iuliic. an
LTphoLh / le -'n.--. P;icet wi's bo hs low
rt'a po didc. Ordern RolioiU d.
JOHN OU?KN.
jtiiicO ,f
13 K.xrr ifsT3Y.
1)15. IJ. F. 31UCKEjNPUSS
I)eiitisl R01 r< over Store of Mr. Qco. II,
Cornelsou's.
jUifJ?" Chargen Reasonable._
]fi >\l SALE.
A fine "Cr.ah- Merino Buck" " years old
took Slid Premium at the County fair in 1875
Sheared liw. wo..I !his spring. Price ,
Sio. For furthor parlitiulars enquire at |
ihisolliee. 1
juie*2:i ,f
[for tub ouanueuukg times.]
The Tear.
On beqds of sorrow, the moonbeam i-lcpt,
And chilly was the midnight ^loom,
Wiien by tho damp grave, Kllen, wept,
Sweet maid, it was her Lindows tuinh.
A warm te;ir gush'd, the wintry air, .
Congcal'd it an it flow'd away,
All night it l?v an ice drop* there,
'.t lorn, it gli'.ter'd in the jay.
An angle, wond'ring from her tomb,
Wlid, Haw this bright, this frozen gem)
To dew eyed, pity brought the tear,
And hung it on herdiuuem.
j. a. b.
Orangeburg, S. C.
[for the oicangeuurg times.]
The Orangeburg Baptist Sunday
School Convention.
The Orangeburg Baptist Sunday
School Convention met with the
Snnteo Sunday School on Friday
before the -Ith Sunday in August,
and was called to order by the Presi
dent, Elder D. \V. Cut lino.
Tho introductory sermon was
preached by Elder W. II. Parlor,
from .lohn XXI1. chapter,and first
clause of the 24th verse. It was a
very interesting and instructive ser
mon, and delivered \yiUi much feel
ing*
The names of the Delegates were
enrolled, and the lotieis from the
Sunday Schools were read; thci e were
only seven Sunday Schools repre
sented bv letter and Delegates. _
'J he annual election or officers to
serve the ensuing year was then
entered into, which resulted as
follows :?
President?Elder D. W. Cuttino.
Vice-{'residents?Elders J. tj.
Hollings and W. J. Snider.
Secretary?M. J. Jenkins.
Treasurer?J. P. Bruce.
McMillan were received as Mess
engers from the Barn well Sunday
School Convention.
The usual Coin mitt iea were then
appointed by the President, The
Convention then adjourned to meet
on Sal unlay 1)] o'clock, A. m.
Saturday, \)\ a. m.
Afur sinking, reading the Scrip
lures and pi ayci, the Oonv'entibu was
called to urtler by the President. Tho
minutes of yesterday woru read aiul
confirmed.
The Committee on place of next
meeting reported?report adopted .
The Committee recommend that tho
next Convention be held with ihe
Walnut Grove Sn iday Soho d; Eider
,1. J. 11- Siuudcuinirc to preach the
i iir.oduclo.y ser.no.i. a/..-. Eider ?.
W. Cuttino the charity sermon .
Aii Executive Committee to serve
the ensuing year w.n then elected .
consisting of the following named
brethren : J. P, Bruce, W. J; Snider',
S. P. Wells, 1). P. Spigcueraud J. C.
lleana.
The Committee on the slate of the
Sunday schools, reported?report
adopted. The com mi if ce reported a
decided improvement^ and reeAai
meuded ihu schools to me2t every
Sunday and als i rciotoiv.'md.id all i\\ i
schools i.> lake -'Kis-.> Wo .:>," and
um the uniform lesson -.
The brethren appointcl at the !a?l
meeting to write and read essays at
this meeting were rbsent. Col. W.
1J. Duncnu at the solicitation of iho
Convention, read an able, cuiti;i.)\n
? ng und iusttuciivo essay on "The
Teacher Taught."
Tie.- subject for discussion, to wit.:
?The moan-: io h: used for evtHiiding
the importance of Sunday schools,"'
was then l iken up and tlisci.s.-ed by
Ki lei J. J, II Sipudeum'rc, brother
Jo. n J-*?. rett a ul E'dcf J.L. Ao 1 .i0-.
Tue following puhjeci \va also <ii.s
cussed: ?'.Should not parents ac
fJohVpiMiy their children to Sunday
school." The subject wn? 0| ened by
brother P. W. Carr, i?m utftd Cud.
W. 11 Duncan and Elder \\r. J
Snider.
The .Committee on statistics re
ported?report adopted. The Com
mittee rcportcdf^nly seven Sunday
schools represented, in which n o 18
officers, 07 teachers,and262 sohoJiirs.
Total, oi7.
By roqucsj, Col. \Y? II, Duncan
delivered tit night, to youag men an.
excellent address on "Joshua"?this
address was listened to with much
interest, nnd was a perfect treat to .
the large congregation in attendant.
To aid in organizing and fostering
Sunday schools, in the bounds of this
Convention, the Convention was di
vided into division." and a supervisor
appointed for each division, to wit:
1st, Division consists of the Sun
day schools at Providence, Lewis vi lie,
Congaree, Amelia Township?super
visor, Elder D. P. Spigener.
3nd. Division couusts of the Sun
day schools at Mt, Garthe), Orangc
burg aud Four Holes?supervisor,
jVldcr W. J. Snider.
3rd Division consists of the Sun
day schools at Santce, Antioch,
Co.inth and Walnut Grove?super
visor, Elder J. J, H. Stoudenmire.
4th. Divisiou consists of tho Sun- ?
day schools at B ranch ville, Mt. Ta-.
bor and Mnyes School House?super
visior, brother J. P. Bruce.
5th. Division consists of the Sun
day schoois at St. George, Ebcnezer,
Brincr and Wassaniassaw?supervi
sor, brother W. T. Pearcy.
A resolution was adopted ordering
the printing of ftOO copies of tho
miuutesof this ineeting together with
the constitution and by-laws of this
Convention n3soon as sufficient fur: Is
for this purpose cau be raised by tho
Sunday schools.
Delegates to the Barnwell and
Cnlielou Sunday school Convention,
were appointed. The Convention
then adjourned to meet with tho
Walnut Grove Sunday school ou
Friday before the third Suuday in
July 1*878.
D. W. Ccttiko, President.
uuniery of a very strict order in Brit
tany. This fact has given rUe to a
report that she intends taking the
veil. She couid not, because, although
separated from her husband, her
ecclesiastical marriage holds good in
the Latin Church, which docs not re
cognize d.v-ce. Mine P.itti has simp
ly gone .imo,,ft retreat in order to
avoid gossip. It is reported in Paris
tn.it .-Ik: has declared her intention to
lfecomo a rttipicitise, but that is non
sense, unless her marriago is nullified,
which we have good reason to believe
it cannot bo. Still, in a convent of
tho Snf red Hc;<rt she ie, and has most
positively asserted her intention to
slay there, being tired of the at. ifo
and turmoil o! lite.
"Tho organization of Texas State
iroops for service on the Rio Grando
looka like business." We hope it
does. If the Government of the
United Slates cannot protect the
people of Texas, they should protect
them-elves. Experience has shown
that Diaz either cannot or wl'I not
Stop the raids of Mexican marauders.
He needs assistanco from the Ameri
can side, and we hope tho Texans
will teach him how to administer
justice.
C hambers' Journal records that
Lady Lew son ucver washed her
person or allowed hor house to be
swept? She abhorred the bath tub
as the originator of chills aud colds.
Site anointed her face wi ih lard, nnd
lived in excellent health to her 1 IG;!:
birJnhiy. She ou^hl t<> have be;? i
ihe Queen of Bulgaria, where nor .
never wash but once in their lives.
The editor of the Knoxville 7V/?i
L?ne communicated with the spirit ot
Sociales as to a ??? s >d nr-.rrt
got the reply : " ?VC ld-r.:e^r
the glass of hcnijop' pel ". - * I
by Demosthenes '
late on which y ... !: try judgr.
Bald headed men, ftho liavo hear I
that kerisene was a good remedy, nr.
advised by competent authority to ?et
it severely *lone. Let ihem charm
with their intellect ant! morality
instead of their head gear.
1 he only eure ic3t lor mushrooms
is to eat one. If you live it ?? a
mushroom. 1 f you dieitjisa toadstool,

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