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fciWQ DOLLARS PER ANNUM. ?? GOD -A-lSTD OUR, COUNTRY. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE
PLUME V _SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 15, 1877. ? NUMBER^8
|j\/#.reville & Hey ward
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
TDBKcburK C. ii., S. ?.
9QT* Will pmctico in tho various Courts
W. j. DoTreville, James S< lJeywartl
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Orangeburg, S- C
Office injrcarof Masonic Hall.
m arcb 3 iv.
Kaowlton & Wannamaker,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Ornngcburg C. 18., S. V
|Aig. B. KnowRon, P. M. Wannamaker,
?rangoburg C. II. St. Matthews.
May 5 LS77 tf
0r. L. S. Wolfe can ho found at his office
.er Es-ki-!'.-. Store wlrcre he is prepared
nt* execute work on the most itnproval
WStrien, at abort notice and at reasouab
I priced' All work guaranteed,
f iun? 30 tf.
slfee Great Remedy for all Diseases uf the Liver.
Greot Cure for Dyspepsia nnd Liver Dilute.
CW Grcux Cure for Indigestion and Liver Disease.
T&o Oiw Cure for Constipation nnd Liver Disease.
Tke Or cat Cure for Sick Headache it Uvci ? liscase.
fko C^eat Cure for Chills, Fevers and I.iver Disease.
TtMGnatCuraforBiiioui Vttacksand Liver Disease
it Fonude Weakness, General Debility and Liver
A state of the Stomach in which
its functions ail disturbed, often
without thir presence of other
diseases, attended with loss of
?ttpotltc, nntwoa, heartburn, sour Stomach, rising ef
MM after staling, sausc of fulhinss or weight in the
? luuimoli, acrid or letid eructations, n tiuilcrrng ur
?taking nt the pit of the stomach, palpitations, illusion
cf the moms, morbid feeling* and uneasiness of vari
ous kinds, arid which is permanently cured if you take
SC IE PATI3\TE
A state of the bowels in wliii h
the evacuations do Hot take place
<Gs eealgsod by nature and arc inordinate)} bard and
lied with difficulty, caused by a low r.iatc of the
?Si, which diminishes the action of the muscular
: #f *4j? stotsack. This disease it. wwlly cured if
A condition of the Stoma? h pro
duced hy inactivity of the I i vrr,
when ttic food is not properly
digested, and in which condi
tlon the MtiTcrer is liable l<? become the victim ?.f
nearly every disease that human flesh i> heir la ?
ohills, fe-vcrs and general ptostration. It is positively
cured if you take
ZE31IE PATI InTIEJ
Sick & Nervous
It was at one time supposed that
the scat of tiie brain was in the
Stomach. Certain it is a won 'erf. ! sympathy txi'fs
between the two. and what elTccts one h o an imme
diate eflect on the oTcr. Soil is lli.it ii tHsi ''-red
stomnch invariably is followed hy a sj mpaihcth
tioa of tlie brain, nnd headaches all arise from tins
?ausc. Headaches are easily or. I if yon wilt lake
ih: es jpj^jtjt j<r?fi
The former is the primary cause
of the latter. A sour stomai h
creates the heat and burning sensation. The < ex
tents ot the stomach ferna nt and turn sour. Si. ;:
stomach, followed by griping, colic ami diarrhoea,
Vh.cn the skin is yellow, ''i^J^.Ti'LTu
When the tongue is roaKd, "X'/i YT^LJ
For bitter, bad taste in the mouth, 'x/\!SE
HE PAT IM ES
Off-A tcaspoonfiil in a wineglass full ol water, a-,
directed on bottle, and you never will he litTills
is saying a prcat deal, hut we
FIFTY DOSES IK EACH BOTELS
FOR SALIC IiV
A. C ?UKF.S, Druggist.
oiaylO 1877 ly
Ahousoand lot nt Jamison's Turn Out
bounded on the East by the H, C. Kail
Road* Will be sold cheap. Apply to
MRS. IL M. ANKKKWH.
II OESE SHOEING
(Kussel! St. Opposite Hurley's Corner.)
All manner of Smith work nnd Horse
shoeing properly done.
Fancy Scri II work. Railing for Grave
Lol?. A trial solicited.
sept 1 if.
All the Year Hound Always the Same
C. F. JACKSON,
TIIK LKADRU OP
Dry Goods ami Xotions
1128 MAIN BT RE KT,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
net '27 3 -Is
E. R. COWPERTHWAIT,
?05 KING STBKET,
West side, Four Doors above Weiihvorih,
CIIAHIiESTO.V, S. C.
LAUGE STOCK <f- LOW PRICES.
No Charge for Packing ami Shipping,
sept l? 1S77 o'm
The first class Companies ATLAN
TIC N LAG RA, nnd MOBILE UN
DKRWRI'I EUS. are entitled to the
lullest confidence of the busines pun
lie. They have Mood the test of many
years, and are prompt in paying
JOHN A. HAMILTON
Agent for lire Insurance.
Furnished on short notice of any
width, 'Jin. 17els. 3in. 20ets 4 in.
34ets 5iu. 42cts. (Jin. "OOcts. per foot
up to 14 in width.
30Galls. $10. 40 Galls. S12. 50
Galls. $14. 00 Galls. $10. SO Galls.
$18. 100 Calls 620.
J. A. Hamilton
MUSIC FOR ALL.
Prof. ANTON BKRO offer* to instruct
on the Piano on the moM reasonable terms.
Nine Lesson* for S2.50.
The greatest care will he taken to give
satisfaction. Ladies who wish a finishing
touch to their Musical Kd neat ion have an
opportunity to go through a course of J5er
tini's and Cronier's, Intrudes, Mozurd ami
Graduate from the Conservatory of
scnJ 8 tf
Stager Beer Saloon
Ii. Li. JESSEN,
M(.-MASTER'S PRICK STORE.
Respectfully informs the Citizens of
Orangcburg and vicinity that he Inn opened
a lirsl class Saloon-stocked with the best
goods the market n (lords.
Also will open on the first ofScptemhcr
next a first class Kating Saloon where meals
can be procured at all horns of lue day and
? My goods ami prices tiro guaranteed to
A call is respectfully RoUcited.
a tig IS ly
JE* O T_7" n? 2T * S>
HOR8E AND CATTLE POWDERS,
vVill oaro or pro vent Dlnaaso.
Tto noitfiRwlU Jlo of Colio. Notts or Lmto Fs
vsn, If Foatxl Powden nro weiX In time.
Koulz'al'owderHwlllcnrcand prevent IlooCnoTjtiiA.
Kontz'a Powders vrUl provtml Oki'h? im Howjl,??
Bpcliilly Turkeys. ...
Fonts* Powdcra Will Inrrcnfo tho noantltyof mUk
md err im twtuity pur cvuu, und muku tho butter Ann
Fonte'a Powders will rnr* or prevent nimmt svxBl
1>i h:jm: tlint lion "4 nnd Cattle, aro heir to.
FocTz'a Powdkuu wiu. otvit ?vriBFAonoir.
DAVXD B. J?OTJT2. Proprietor.
0J ALTIMOILK. ltd*
Sold hv Dr. A. <* Dl KES.
And Dr. J. G. WANNA MAKER.
mav 19 1S77
That large and commodious Prick Store,
ibrroerly occupied hy Mr. C. II. Jones.
For terms apply to
MRS. M. E. MONA MARA
AIM 1J tf,
[written fou the oranoeburci
"Undying Love?An Act in Five
[ContilltKil from last trcek.~]
"But there are two diflicuitiofl in
your way. Either they will notice
two stars, communicate with each
other, nnd arrange differently, or two
will meet him at the window, which
wou'd he rather awkward, and en
danger a public expose."
"But you, Herbert, and A.If m n I
detain bor in n distant part of the
I room till I am gone. I will keep tba
I star concealed until I see the white
rose ho is* to wear, for lie will only
reach the ball-room at the appointed
hour, and will enter at the door ad
jacent to this window."
''Well, we can but try, but, poor
child how she will feel to think him
false when be professed "undying
love,*' as you said."
"Yes, but the good will overbal
ance the misery, and no one evor
dies for love; besides she deserves lli3
mortification for her indirfcrcmcQ c.->
such a noble fellow as Duke, who,
though, he doesn't quote poetry and
sentiment, loves bur far more than
this superficial A?1 onis. And now,
we must hurry und impart our plans
to your Herbert and my Alf, so as to
st cure their co-operation."
What is more enchanting to the
lover of pleasure than the masquer
ade? Relieved from the stricter rulea
of etiquette, and allowed the full in
dulgence of taste and imagination,
oociety revels in the scone "contrived
by n wanton fancy, pleasure-spoilt.',
Bewitching forms flitted through the
lialla to still more bewitching music,
the night after the conversation re
corded above. There u dark Gypsy
fjirlexamined mysteriously the hand
passe* h)^ <m the arm of n
courtier of Charles II., then a gloam
und glitter and d cloud of misty
splendor floats by. The stars that
glow, and scintillate in the radiant
light, the pale crescent on her brow,
proclaim the beauteous quccu of
night, attended by a. tall watchman.
This must be Leonora, icr no other
stars are visible, and that figure near,
robed in fleecy white,?that is Clara,
but no silver star g-itteis in her
tresses, as the spirit of purity requires
no ornament; nnd that is her lover,
Alf Snyinon, a distinguished man in
his circle, and well dues the princely
crown become bis noble brow. The
glowing hours pass by with noiseless
tread, and the hour of one draws near
ihi'Mi Clara grows tired and must be
conducted to the en-a window to rest.
Half past twelve, iifteen to one. After
escorting the queen oi night to her
throne at tho west end of the hall,
the watchman disappeared. At this
time, May, attended by Herbert
Langley, moves across the room to
whcie Leonora is ftirrouudcd by
several worshipers. Alf Say mo 11
also moves in tho .-nine direction,
and, making an obeisance to the
queen, requests that he may have the
pleasure of leading her into the
dunce, but the pleads lutigtie. Then
they 101 in a circle uround her and
engl ge in tiu uuiumlcd conversation,
though her annoyance is very evi
dent. Lconru consulted her witleti
secretly, and as the time passed, be
came very pule. J-ome one noticing
her pailor, slie asked in a very luiui
voice that the might be conducted t
the window on the opposite sine to
I reach the uii, hut All insisted that it
was too cool, while Herbert fanned
her, and May dispatched a courtier lor
a glass of wale)-. Irresolute, she
was thus detained until a gentle.oau,
who had been stationed near the
window, sauntered up with a smile on
his lips, which was the signal that
Clara was gone. Then moving aside,
Leonora passed hastily through,
reached tho window, looked eagerly
around, glanced at her watch?ten
miuutes pnst two--surcly he would
have waited that long. Slowly the
minutes dragged by, and at length at
three o'clock tho truth forced itself
upon her that he had Jailed to come.
A possibility of his deceiving hor, had
never entered her mind and we leavo
her standing at the window, staring
blankly out), to see what bad become
of her truant lover.
After leaying Leonora, the Span
iard hastened ton remote part of tho
city, entered his boarding house,
hastened along the passages,! and
dashing into a room where a gentle
in an was reading exclaimed, "Con
gratulate me, Edward, I'm the hap
piest man alive!"
Slowly Raising his eyes front his
book bis (ompaniou said, "So you
have persuaded Miss Felton to elope
with you ?" "Yes; to-morrow night
wo runaway from a gruel fate that
threatens to separatc'us."
"Alphouso," and Am friend spoke
.??criously, now, ' have )ou thought
about what yo i are going to do ?
With the rejjkleas dash of a boy, you
are going to take a lady away from
her homo where she was tenderly
cherished, and expo o her to the vicis
situdes of your fortune. What can
you offer her in exchange f?r what
6he leaves? rCan your companionship
compensate ' ler for all she enjoys as
the petted daughter of an ind ulgent
parent tho beloved of a hir^e circle
of friends, and a stranger to sor row?
You are too thoughtless to take this
responsibility on yourself. Why she
should cousmit, I cairot imagine."
"Am I so unattractive, then, that
she could not love me ? For it is
lovo alone that- piompts mo to this
act. How fortunate I am to secure
such a loveiy prize for which so many
have sighed in vain?how proudly
can I trimpb over my haughty rival,
"Suppose'Lthc young la ly is IlirL
tbe bright star of my destiny, whose
lovely radiance is undimmed by any
deceitful glamor. The world would
be a blank without her. I have no
hope that di es not dream of her, no
joy that is not shared by her."
Seeing that argument was wasted,
Edward Gleasou discussed the plan of
elopement, and promised bis assis
tance in securing a boat.
Late the following evening, array
ed as Charles IV., Alphouso started
for tho ball. Reaching the hall, he
passed quickly through the conserva
tory and to the door by the cast win
dow where Clara was waiting for him.
As soon as the white rose made its
apporancc, she hastily fastened the
silver star upon her hair, which at
tracted the graceful m march t > her
side. Bending over h*?r hand, he
whispered, '-Will my beauteous star
transfer its light to my cheerless
home?" Speaking very indistinctly,
Clara placed her hand in his arm.
an?l urged an immediate departure,
lest they should be thwarted So
hastening out, they entered a carriage
and were driven with all speed to the
river. As Alphouso assisted loir to
alight, with exultant tones ho said,
?'And now, my darling, we take fate
in our hands, and laugh at the* a in
efforts of those who would ruthlessly
sever two loving hearts!"
"Not if I can prevent it," and a
tall form emerged from the shadow
Ks tending his hands, Duke Sylvester
exclaimed. "Leon- ra, my love, come
uith me?this is as taras 1 can per
mit you to go."
The ^opposed ? eotiora took the
pr lie red arm, was hurried into
another oarraigu, and whirled rapidly
uway, leaving the young lover stand
ing in an astonished stupor, w aching
the carriage Ho did not recover
Iroin his umuzement until Edward
touched him upon his arm ami ashed
why wa> he alone in the dark, where
was his star. Shaking off his friend,
Alphouso muttered indistinctly, and
stalked away with dark and lowering
Clara Forsyth and Duko Sylv ester
soon reappeared at tho masauerado.
Hurrying to the window, the watch
man for the second time that night,
offered his nrm to the queen of night.
Tuking it mechanically, Leonora
again joined the revelers, but oh!
what bitter thoughts surged through
her excited brain.
"No one knows it, and he dares not
boast of it," she thought, nnd bocame
the gayest of the gay, while Duke was
only too glad to bestow the attenti ?na
she no longer disregarded. The next
afternoon when they were out riding,
May and Clara Forsytb, with Her
bert Lungley and Alf Saymottr,
laughed merrily over the elopement.
Alf declared he felt jealous when
Clara amused them with an account
of her ride, and her efforts to avoid
the caresses intended for Leonora.
A Iphonso was loo indignant to re
main in the city, so loft, an I remain
ed away till Leonora's visit was over,
and then returned a wiser if not a sad
Several years late r, one evening
Duke and Leonora .Sylvester were
sitting quietly by their fireside. They
bad been silent for some time, when
Duke asked, "Leonora, what ever be
came of your lover Alphonso?"
Flushing painfully, she replied, 'T
neither know nor care."
He then gave her an account of
Clara's elopement. She was pio
voked at first, hut finally, it seemed so
laughable, she joined in her husband's
"Duke, I didn't think you'd prac
tice such deceit. Why did you ?"
"Oh 'you know I'd have done any
thing to win you, nnd save you from
such desperate, thoughtless folly. See
here, a paragraph in this paper states
t hat Alphonso 1> elntivn was arrested
for being imp ieated in a drunken
boil." Leonora w as very grave. Lend
ing over ho said in'a low and tender
voice, "Does my wife regret the
past? is she disappointed in her second
"?.onlv thiuki.ui/.. vhat
might have bet' > my sad fate had
your thoughtful ovo not interfere.).'
Then gazing in the fire for awhile, she
continued, "How foolish girls are!
I imagined Alphonso was perfect, and
believed all his promises and vows. If
hcever felt ttie power of true love, he
would not yield to such bad influ
ences now. How different his life
from what ho pictured it to me when
making his profession of undying
- ??? ? ? ? 4?? -
Whipping Post for Wirr. Beat
ers.?The Board of County Commis
sioners, at its meeting recently pus~
fd the following order: "It is order
ed that the Sheriff he, ind he is here
by instructed to erect a post in a con
spicotis place near the court house in
the City of Austin, in accords nc3 with
tho provisions of section one of the
act of the Legislature of the State of
Nevada, entitled 'An act to Prevent
Cruelty to Women.'" The post?a
lar_'e pine log?was hauled into town
this forenoon and pumped in front of
the court house. [Austin (^Nevada ;
? i ? ? 01 ?
Yes, tint's so. All lovers who have
quarreled within a few days past
should "make up" right away, so that
she can work him a six shilling pair
of Christmas slippers, which it will
cost him twenty shillings to have
finished, and confidently expect a
840 set of jewelry in exchange.
"speaking of riddles, Mr. Jones,"
said tho landlad)' of a Cincinnati
hoarding house the other day, "can
you tell tin- difference between a beef
steak and shiug-e?" "No." "Then
Lli broil you u shingle hereafter
every in ruing lor breakfast instead
of beefsteak." Jones has moved.
Any Nevada husband who beats
his wife cut* be publicly flogged for
the offence, but if a wife beats her
husband everybody uiughs,
Baltimore claims to ina-ry off more
girls than any other city in the
Union All tramps In the west tako
an easterly direction as thjy leave tho
A Singular Incident i:i Court.
One ofthe strangestspeclaclesevpr
witnessed in n judicial tribunal was
seen in live Stiprei?e Court yesterday.
It was the presence of six children,
charged with murder, who were
brought before the grave and digni
fied Supreme Judges upon ixhulws
corpus. '1 here were four boys aud two
girls, aped between nine and twelve .
years, whose names are given in the
???ttular report of the court prouced
. .gs. These children are from Edgo
field, and were represented by Messrs.
J. C. and O. Sheppard, who succeed- .
ed in obtaining hail for them in tho .
sum (?f 63,000.
The alleged murder took place
under tho following circumstances. "
In the vicinity of Ridge Spring,1 in
Edgcficld County, lives a Mr. Fallow,
fntber of four aud guardian of the
other two children. On% the 1st of
December, these six children were
picking cotton in a field adjacent to
bis bouse, when a n 'gro boy about
sixteen or eighteen years old, who
bad been warned not to come on tho
premises, made bis appearance among
them, and began to mail rent and
abuse them. A general fight ensued,
in which the white children succeeded
in prostrating the negro, nnd one of
them struck him with a rock in the
t emple. The mother of the negro
interfered, and another person took
charge of the white children and'
shielded them from the infuriated at
tacks of the negro's mother, until
I>ir. Fallow'marle bis appearance up-,
on the scene.
Tho negro boy was found to bo
seriously injured, nnd from neglect of
bis mother, it is alleged, he was per
mitted to undergo cxpo-ure, from
which he died.' in seven days. On
Saturday last, the six while children
were arrested and carried to jail in
Edgeficld, charged with murder, and
were brought before the Supremo
Court as already stated. Sheriff Gas
fto.o bj?<J clutrrrei,3$'-'^?adttpfep^**^^^
ers, and informed us that they had
maintained tho sumo unconscious
demeanor from the on (set as when wo
saw them before the court. No ono
would suspect that they wore charged
with crime, so innocent and listless
was their appearance. It was a
strangtiand curious spectacle, indeed,
and perhaps unparalleled tu the an
nals of South Carolin.? Columbia
A man near Pittsburg, Ta., recent
ly advertised for a book-keeper, and
within twenty-four hours he had 113
applicants for the position. Subse
quently he sojght a man lor bis f??-in
by the same moans, and had eight
response?. These figures represent
very fairly the disproportion of labor
ers in the various iudustrial pursuits.
A lawyer made a motion in court
the other day which the judge would
not entertain. It was a motion to
throw an ink bottle at tho head of his
? .? tm> ? - ? <?? i
A San Francisco man has just in
vented a boot making maoniue. lie
warrants that any boot it turns out
will kill anordiniry man ..vith o'no
square kick; and the most hardened
book agent with twenty.
A bride and groom from tho rural
? "deestricks" stopped in a Springfield,
Mass., restaurant tlio other morning,
and regaled themselves to their
heart's content on a wedding break
fast of pork and beans,
"Now," exclaimed an experienced
and elegant exchange, "what is a
kiss? Only a smack in the mouth."
Exetpt you are in a hurry and kis'*
about an inch too high, and then we
presume, it becomes a swat in tho
W. B. TRE AD WELL
r> E NT I ST
Will attend to patients at thoir residents
either in Town or Country. Address
through Post Ofluo or call on mo at resi
dent Coner Bussel and Treadwcll Streets.
Prompt attention will he given and satis*
W. R. TREADWELJj.
nov 3 ly