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?/uit Published in a Satkd l-'nnl i/ie.
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A r.celurc on Hie
5jjS?2c *,ire? Treatment, iiml Radical
curu (ifiScmin.il Weakness, or
Spermatorrhoea, induced liy Self-Abuse,
Involuntary Kndjwion, I in potency, Nerv?
ems Debility, und Impediments In M:tirinye
generally; GotiHiuiiptum, Kpilcpay, und
Fit?; Mental ? und I'hvsical Incapacity.
&c.?Jly ROHKKT J" CULVKUWliUh]
it. D., author of the''(irccn Hook,''?Sri:.
The world-renowned author, in this
ndmirahlc Lecture,clearly proves froth hi>
own experience that the awful c<?nsc?iucii
cea ?( Self-Abuse may Ik: elli'Ctunlly n
liiovcd without medicine, and without dan
grrou* surgical operation**, bougies, instru
ment*, rings, or col dials; pointing out a
tnode of cure ill once certain and effectual,
l)i which every stillerer, no matter what
Ids condition may he, may cure himself
cheaply, privately and radically.
BxtY" This Lcrturc will jtrucc ? /?.</// In
thousands uud thousand*.
Beul under seal, ill tl phi ill envelop to
any address, un receipt of six Cents, or
two p^tat'o .tae.i|n.
Ailcffe^th'c Riibli diers,
THK tVIA'KUWKIX M 1:!?1 < \\. CO.,
41 Ann St., New York; Post Oiliee-lSox, d?Sli.
may -1 i y
"vv. f1. J^CIVITs'HOjN
JAT THK STOKE OF
: MH. KIIIK KOltlXSOX.
Work done Cheap.
I have jinn received a largo supply ol
Jiniiiiroili'H Turnip Need.
Which 1 am offering n> the public at very
low prices, and n> Cranges at special rates"
oct 20 ] y
GIN " GEAiUN
jgHAITTNG AND BOLTS
THAN EVE It 1JEF?KK
l^jGEO. It. LOMBARD cv CO.,^'V7
r E~l Aii(;i;sT.\. <;a.
tt?Kt?S'* )t'1'< >n scukws,
And Machinery off Kinds Made and j Re
oct'27 1250 52
JjPr. L. S.Wolfe can ho found at h:s oliiee
overKzekiel'flStore where he i' prepared
to execute work on the mast improved
styles, at short notice and at reasonable
prices- All work guaranteed.
i inne 80 f
MORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS,
?. . - ....?til
VVi'.l ouro or proven*. L'iccruio.
>'o IIOBBK will (IIn c.t Cor If, |?.)TTfi ..r LVNO 1 .
Vkii, II VanWt 1'ow.I.tm uro li'.vil ill th
l'ouU'sl'owilcrri win .nil' nml iiiweni 11 n Ciroi.tn:.*
Kotitz'? l'owilcn will liruvcuL ?. ai.. ??: i.
KiiiiI/.'h l'nvii. rii will InrwPM l!ifl ?jnsfltl] n(
tod crctim iwi.nty iksr cutiU. bud iual:c Um tttlter firm
Foillz'd I'owrlors will rnro or pruvoill n!l .in-'. ,-\ BUI
I>ISKA1.k Unit llnrKCH Hlllt < little UK' III !l lo
I'OITT/.'H I'OWUBUa wlLbtOVI'. BATIIilMWIOK.
t ui.i uvcrytvln ro.
UAVID E.POUTZ, rroprlr-lor,
HAL'J'I MOllJ?:. Mrt.
Sold hv I?r. A. C DUK i is
And Da j. o. wannam vkeh.
Billions, Remittent and
Vtw? fa more eoininonir termed, Fe ve? nttft
?ni<> with pain In the unlit and Uirotsb "ie bi>ct}
id Iii^.ierlpublo cM'lf IMIW?U"II Ji'Trn U)o e<uii<A
i Irreaktuble dlAi? Dillon t'.i yawn, (>ilp Id 'ho oyorl
ch W lai'toivH?! by iiiorfii? th'Mf^, ^ blue -jukO n>
?kill, anil KTfrtt lhtUM*n?M
fy.)t> ?<I btrk?
q inhs r\n?l oonltivv h-mwl)) ?? l*,1'**?
nnflM ?MluMv?ur froiu the Jweea it oaf-fun?
ot/ed bark? nnd liurl'O, und iRie'T^nhifly C^ruUfQtratedJ
. iM llboiwoi tue wrvuK-Ht o.iiMiiwor? of th?
blctoa that U or can 60 put to?othvr.; VEOSTIF?
d'Kti aal itop wfth breaking (Mihi und I over.bol
;ottandiiiti wonderful iiiflucueeTnteevert P*n u*
the limniin Bjnrtam, und entirely wadleatca evi-rj
L-dnt of dboilAO. Vi:UKTIt?)! IMIKB NOT m t ne o t*nv
erfui caUlNHlC, or duhilil nto the itowcla t ml UUM tho
patient to dread other * riouaci n plaint* whlon mu?t
Inontabiy follow: but il atriki ?? ?' tho tool "f dlaumw
l>y pur)f>lllB tin- lilnpd, tvtftt ut- Iii? liver tints
Ulilnovm ti> honltltj action, rrtiii!|itei t lie Ijotv?
cTh, arid wi-i-t-j Nnttirt' in pcrior?unti nil tha
dntt<v< tl>..t devoir* ojwrj hoi
Thou^n-.d? of Invalid? 'iif Buffering fvdny from
the?tlatitampowerlhi DurKutlvii iiowirtniiri,
i'rlulit fill nun lit ItIt-* ?f >iiji(tliii* nnd phi- on
ilow?*m or awerjle, neither of which ?vor ttavo.01
WOT uuuld. ruacll ?10 UUU ?utK) Ol' their !
work* In Ihohttmftn pystcm In rorfert hnrmnrsy trtth
nntarcn In?1?, and while it u> pleasant to tha
??/??.?, ttrnli.. to im atoninclt, and ml! i In(t4lnllu< act)
on the bowel*. 11 im abeolntoin ita action on d;.,.-><i
ana li> i?.? nlojinucenUM )-.:.?. . .)? .-. u it 'I. Invalid
into a (mImuiiv?> that Illy; my bein? enr? iLV&irt?iB
laannreiT Ve?nnhie ilZetilrisie, onm|iiiiind?a
m>on ih-k-ntlili: prlni iplc? lt tf Indented by t>u- In?!
piiyidctani where lt.- virtue* hnvc Ihjou teated, ta
rncnianioudod only ?vlit*re uiodti'liie l?i lu-i-di-il.
etui i-* :y>t a ii.ixim-tj ut euc-p viiii.'.uy sold ander t:.o
duuk ol Lltteiu.
Oircs Honith, Strength,
-j.-1,1,v ??^v .
S-.- .n- ijuildinit. UoeUin/alafla.
IVxiioy. Njv. 1H, LS^L
fl U. PTr.rr.vn. r*o.
Otvir Sir,??Iwin? the pa?t live I bp>q lind
?niplu ifj'nn iniiytnjudkp of tin- iiii-nte ui VKC.R.
xiNK Mr win- Im:- ni*.-.l .1 f >r complalnlit ?ttouuina
a lady " t iielii'utM nealtli.?Ith nwrotinnefielal rcHnlto
tl.in nn>tllllltf '-Vi- u-luoll tli>: o*ot tried. I bar?
Klrru ttU? nif cbiUtrvn i>nib.-r nhni^t yverj clrcnnj
Ftauoo attoni'iiui a larpc tnmily, and ulwiis^1 with
markixl bnnollt limvo taken it Inn elf with nuih
pri nt benefit thai 1 oannnt iiimI vri^l- to exfitxij b}f
uDoji.iltriu.l approcialion qi Ii* Ht>"Ujii ?
\viii>t- iiorii.rnnn/j injr iiuuaa M A Police Officer of
tLin i-lty, Ii hasticoA ny U4 to (nil In with iv fe-reol
deuJ of aleknoaa. I unne^it.-iiint:Iy riMyiumvnd Vno
STOIB, and I novo* jtnttw of t wo where it did hpl
jiroTo nil wiAX iv^e claiincd tot lt. Vortii ularly lf>
caaMof aocuUltatou or Fiiipovorwhoq ftato of tho
bto<?i !?* %?oqu rr-'.i; wendetfultand fy.- all
CVIliplaiata ? i. r. : Iroic .Hl lnj|mre htatoof tho blood
it ni,;-rnr^ to w?lk !IU,- a enurtn, und 1 uo not bollovo
? 1-i-ro rr. ?y* ?.-troui:.-.t..no?i* undrr whl?-b Vkukitmj
call ba n??i1 wi'b liijurimie tngulte, and it will alwayn
nllnnl nie |HOaattr* Iti Klv9 nny furtucc lufurinatiuo
aa to v<Uut 1 l^;ut? liLuUt \ EOBItVK.
WM. n. l?/.ls
l'ollct Station t ?!
II. IL STEVENS, Boston,Mosa.
Vegotirre h Sold by oll Dfugflletta
npril KS il.
V ho hm l :.il tTc.-iirr e?*--rt.>niv In t'w tri itu..-iit of t'u
ai.-MiKltrnin>li-*?>rii i!i niulviiiiii fm nl? 12 anaii? |i|i>iirlan
tu Hie Wnt piii Iho i nlN ?f Ii:* !?n f and auixtMlu)
l>r? lt? In \iu o in ? v...j ist ???.?.:in .<!, i d
Ti.o PKYSSOLOOY Or- MARRIAGE
The. PRIVATE P.1EDICAP. ADVISER
llioVr that arerralljr Odd a;n.| Clf-tmt urtaninnll mat.
t ??- ? rtniiili.fi tai M.nhii.Hl null Wm?i.iil. nl. and ili|'|i!y
uroiitliiii^ f, It. Thoy Lr? branllni.lj lllun..1.4, hnd hl lihltl
lu^-uaicv, .??:!> in..I. i l<?il. 'i'l, ? |v i i l. . i ' i. .. .M.'.
i n?-?-', i ? i!..>iii?!tMfclu?l l.lafim.lU? f? i Ik.Ui : i itrudnnd
?>? e.;i- bIIImo n?Niitliiiiini\riiui>tii in nuilfi lt;>,it:nrnl
it....: v I ii..in Ueinviii|h<i.|inv i'^lmkiinwIeilKeiiiiiinrh?!
In Hr.INlUr'mrw tenras lulnno\ sy if nu:?-|!otitlilrchar?
i*-i*r, 1 nt Ii ^iiii^!ilii|r t.'.t ci*o i>M> mmiiiIiI ?.h,*. Tb.
fwMi.ll in I earl? liidlreittmn; Ui? Bau,oUionrtM
|h 11-?il, Ii... il . ,. -u withwaniturrlsnf inUienrlme
? ?f h?*. ui<l iao ?t.M.n, in mbMTvlHV.If'TB??V~~l
ni..,2 27 lv
"R^ AGENTS V/ANTF.D FOR THE
g---^' IL O ^.i,7 iO- -^Si T? iL?
<ro iia v? r;o ;:
iHJl'T I -i UUDKll.
llic rilmrlent noti
Ii.? po.-."ible. Oiilt
For 1'ainplilctsaddrcss Ui?. SANroiiu, Ncv-' Vrrk.
j:in '-'<; l v
ta ras N?Tici5.
Tin- iitiilersigiietl respeetfully Iiiforms llie
Citizen? of tlie Town imtl Comity that lie i.s
prepnrctl lotlo up :uitl malte Maitris-i-; 011
A ls<i will comliiel an
Prices will lie as low
Ii i - Holieited.
7li<- R.meily nf ..e lOih l.ihr^
Manufartiirrd hr Uta
E^rhia rilaCuroCJ.,l)nrhMn,M. 0.
Ii nr,rr fail, to Cur* U innrrhol.li
or rilr.. nfam a cum |. luii.ltiln.
I'rlco I.Ut ami l.uu. (1.1. tctluwilali
furaUlitil ui. .yi'llcatlua
nnd .Mnrtiblne lml.it riiroil,
rtinOrlKlnitl aniloul? niiNOim.,
< i n:. .1 aumii Inr i"."? on
o, ii.i i F. um ,. f.. \v lt .s.juiru,
M'i iiu.ii/t.ii Oivi tu- i i... Ind.
CA LTj ca l
IC*tnblished in I'-Vl l>y the I'ropri
elor, \\!.?? is Mil! tciuly and willing lu
till order.- in
bread, rolls, lm ks
C A K !?: s
Of all descriptions.
?v the KAKUSL or BOX.
) *, I I K A I >
For Camp Meetings or any oilier Kind "I
?lust rcei ivt'd
jyrt'KSi 1'mt feel ionaries
2-':? l-.-.'.V WIM??!?
Which will lie old a- LOW an any that can
in- l><nielli hi '? Iraiigeburg.
Thankful for ihe pa-l patronage of my
friends aiiil .lie pnlilie I -nil solicit a eon
liiiuanee ol' iheii' custom.
'!". \Y. Allier.-ol I i,
? Kusst II Street, next door to
kept i i. 1-;Vs -ly Mr. .1. 1'. Hailey.
] have on the wnv n I'd ?>f very
choice AMUKIi May nod WlliTK
Kxprr^slv bought for sowing. I he
irrnin i- "FULL., BRIGHT, PEU
FKCT. The i|iuintiiy is limited, und
price l/AVEIl I htm it will he a
mi) XL P, OATS
Direct from thoG: ? U. lt. II. This
Seed is as ri'liK as it. is post!ibio to
A lot ol stono Acid) f,,j'
com post im: bu* Small drain ut S3 25
per Sack n ft'200 pounds.
JOHN; A. HAMILTON, 1
Next lb Mr. (!.1v? < orinrhtoti.
The SCatci of Smith Carolina,
(>it.\n<;i:i!ri:<! Cor sty.
uv <?. ii.(:;.ovki:, ivstjrtitK, ritoiiATi: Jt'twiK,
Wn KitKAs, Hanucl F. Spcigncr, made
-uit i'? inc. i<> crant him Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate and efleets of
S. Alice I'ooser.
These an- therefore to rile and adinonish
all and singular the kindred and < H ditors
of the said S. Alien I'ooser, late of Oranye
hnrg ( oei.iy, deceased, thai thev
In- and appear, before me, in the Court of
of Probate, to be held at Oraiigobure;, C. II..
..ii Tili October next, after publication
hereof, at I 1 o'clock in tin- fore. It, to
-how cause, if any they have, why the said
Administration should not he granted.
(iiven under my Hand, this 20th day of
September Anno Homini LS7.S.
[i.s.J C. It. OLOVEIl.
.lud;:?- of Probalc, Orangeburg County.
net 21 I t
(At Kisk of Former Purchaser.)
ST AT K OF FOl'TII OAltOLI.NA,
( lltAKOKIIL'HU Coi'XTY.
I In the Common Pleas.
[ Amanda C. Wbigard, Wife of J. A. Win
Hattie A. E. Weeks ami Others, Defendants.
I'y virtue of a Decretal Order made in
(he above entitled Cause on the 10th day of I
May, 187*, 1 udl -ell by public auction,
before the Court HouRc. in Oiiingchiirg, on
Monday the 7lh day of < leloher next, during
lie- usual Jiouis o|' Sin rill'.- Haie?, a' the
risk of ilu former purchaser, the following
property of, the Estate of .Tahy Wei ks, lo
ealed on that portion of his land iu Orange
burg County allotted on the division of his
Estate to ll". A. K. Weeks, viz.:
t >nc Mill House and Site, with Privileges
< ?n? Cotton Screw (to be removed by pur
One pair of Mill Hocks.
Three H?lting Keels, H?lting Chests and
Cloths, Elevators, lieh- and other Attach
ments io a Flour Mill.
Terms of sale cash?Purchaser to pay for
W M. IICTSON,
sept Id?31 Master lor O. C
/~S AVMtc lii H?.ii..f 7. 11? vi.lv? r?
V>*a *'_'.;.u. iivit lOoltiti*l Niivcltliw '
apr*! '27 ly
Kit tin- nitooity O.>i Swiiluul Wenkiicks. I.omI
MiiiiIkhnI an.i ail illKitnlers liroiiKlil i?n l?y hull*.
rri-lion r i-\i >-.-,. Any 1'oihkh.i Ihm IIim Illgro
dllllllM. I?r. ?V. JAIJI KS A CO.. Nu. 130
IVctt ?'.li.'li nI!??-<? j, Clitriuiiull. O.
apr^l 27 ly
Ul^aiifcil *25 or itO Hoarders
m al forest (ilen Accildcmv. Hoard
only ICH HIT HOLLAHS per Month.
I*. W. COHIt,
['riiicipnl, I hirant, M i-^.
may IS If
npo .llako Money 9'leasaaliy
u and (ast,agents should address FIN
LEY NAKVEY ^ Co.', Atlanta, Ua
lime I ly
The Bond Debt.
It has been Resorted Ihnt two mil -
Hons of the public debt of our Stale
tiro frnud?lent, because tbo bonds
were nut issued in accordance wi lb
the latV, and if the matter c >u'd hav u
been brought bolero a court their
invalidity would certainly bo its do
cisiou. It is lo bo Imped that tbo
Bond court, which has tbo validity o f
the consolidated bonds in charge,
will, as far as possible, throw the
burden ;of these bogus bonds oil'the
should, rs of our people, because ever y
dollar, raised to pay this debt, will
bo wrung from our citizens by taxa
tion which they are illy able to boar
at this or any other time.
.So far as the justice, of the debt i.>
concerned the credit of South Caro
lina ought not lo suli'cr the slightest
injury if it be disowned ? we will not
say repudiate. AI the time the.--o
bonds were issued the .vorl.I, thron gh
the pres.- of the State, was notified in
unmistu'-cuble terms that, the taxpav
eis of tue State would not roeogiii/.o
any suoh debt, und the persons wh o
bought 1 lie bonds did so with their
cyps oper and this declaration of t lie
,?"..l,. - them Ha ml.-s tbo
p,OrIL .^ ?HO.II. 1 ,U
prices paid for these boil 1- show that
the purcjp'sera understood tue slipory
ground lipon which they stool, a ml
had a knowledge ol the character of
the paper they bought. For this
reason if no other tbo e y of injustice
to "innocent botiddiol lors" lallj i>
tin- ground, for in truth no man who
purehasi'd the. fraudu"cut bun Is, i... ti
ed during the administration of
Scott, ."doses or Chamberlain, can bo
termed nil "innocent bond holder."
Fraud v Ilia tea every thing it touches
therefore There can he no violation of
an Obligation lor J the State to refuse
its 1 ullitiiiciit, for no man or State i-;
legally or morally bound to pay one
dollar of a fraudulent debt.
<"o\ ottc cntl'i j-rising m?rvlv
ailts would ui well to purchase an
extra supply of crape in order i'>
meet the demands lor d by th ? lladi
cals after November next.
[l'or t!u Orangehttrjj TiiiK's.
.September 23, 1S7S.
'In tin j;(li(or Uiitityibni'if 'liiilvs:
1 have read Mr. Honiar's piece
carefully, and will endeavor to rep ly
to some parts of it , as brh lly, ami
pointedly as possibly, to do Mr.
j Boiuar justice. Now, he has assum
ed his lull name, Iv.lgar Geddings
Boiimr, therefore, tbo people wi! 1
admit, his simple name, /.'?/,o/\ is
legally termed anonymous, boause ,
if 1 would have signed my natu e
John, or Lewis, (alone,) who would
have known who 1 was, and all would
have undoubtedly pronounced it
anonymous. I will say nothing
about the purity of his name.
Next, 1 will notice the golden
Record of Ornngchurg County, an d
the pride, and satisfaction ofGov.
Hampton, in his aj poiutmcnts; those
were the silvery uiisslnletuents, I al
luded to. His laying before the pcoplo
without his foil name, which 1 be
lieve was, wrong, and he will admit
it himself, when in reason.
Next, he iiuu.lv admits his inno
cence of designing to misslcad, cor
rupt, or injure, in any way, the
Democracy of OrnugcburgCounty,
or an)' other which is satisfactory.
Now Mr. Fditor, I give the
statements he made of tho record of
Orangeburg County, and the pride
and fntishiclion Gov. Hampton has
had over his appointment, and ho
must in reason admit be was in error,
and when Krror is published by an
anonymous w riter, it must have effect,
cither for good or bad My object
was (under the circumstances) know
ing they were misslatcincL'ts, to
check their bail elf cts. That is my
proof, and I think it is enough for
Mr. Bomar, in reason.
Next, Mr. Kditor, in regard to the
.swindler, wire-puller, and fraud, he
said, 1 ticusod him of. 1 will say this,
I may have use. I rather harsh ex
pressions, ami may have inisscotistru -
cd his meaning, but. I do deny any
voice in the matter. Whitest I do
not boaH of'my intelligence, yet I feel
as a citizen that I have 0, right or
grounds to believe (coming out as,
jind when it did) it looked very mue h
lii.est political wire, pulling piece, but
if Mr. Bomnr denies it, I am satisfied,
nml 11 ni willing for the people to
judge lor thcmsol ves.
Again. Mr. Editor, lie accuses me
of endeavoring to use him as a cats
paw to strike Major O'Cain, when ho
knows I never alluded to Major
O'Cain once, in my piece, because I
feel it my diny nj a eiiizon to keep
liands oil'oi any judicial officer whil
e-t lie holds his office, and attends to
Again, Mr. I'oinnr, says my piceo
was not out before the ('on*ciilion,
there again he is in error.
Now, Mr. Editor, I will pass over
a long part of Mr. Bomnr's piece and
will notice his advice to mo,to reiid
LPe 1 >i!i commandment. When I
looked in the mirror, as ho advised
ine, I thought I could see him Irving
Lo measure his corn hy my half bushel
hut he could not get it filled, as my
corn would not stay whero there was
no foundation; and I would advi-e
him to sweep before his own door,
j he fore ht! advises others about their
Hereafter. I believe ho considers
himself a strict member of the Metho
dist Church, (if I am miss taken I
?sk to be excused,) and if he is, I
would advise or ask him, in a friend
ly way to read tho rules of tho Church
and ask himself if he always wears
his becoming apparel. I place my
name under no false plumage.
Now, Mr. Editor, if Mr.Edgar
Geddings Jjoinar, is sincere in what
he told mc last .Saturday, he will
reply in a manly retracting manner,
which I believe will justify his posi
tion before the peoplo ami myself.
1 believe his duty was, when ho saw
my. piece and let aggrivoed,
to have tome right to mc (as ho
knew who and whore I was) and oettlo
the matter at once, without this pap ?
er controversy, [expect to notice
no further paper controversy about
John L. Moonwt.
Democrats, the ticket is beforoyou
ami as In its being a good one there
is no doubt. Now you mu be up
The Rich LUcu Desert fllemphh.
Tho poor man at Memphis i- the
suflercr; the man of wealth has gone
away with his money or locked it up
behind him. Says the Arafauch: :
"Memphis) has many rich men who
i ?.wn palatial stores along Main sir set.
There is not one of these rich nu n
hero to-day, in the hour of.our groat1
est calamity. These rieh men are
neither represented in person nor by
their surplus dollars. The majority
of the men who arc standing in tho
deadly breach, fighting the mo-it gi
gantic plaguo that ever cursed
American soil, arc men who do not
own one dollar in real estate in Mem
phis." Where, it asks, is this man
and that man, giving their names,
''and a score of others that we pro
pose to mention at a future lime ?
.Have wo seen the light of their coun
tenance or the color of their money ?
Facts are stubborn things, and now
we are treating of facts. The inn
who are to day standing in the fore
front of the battle have no capital but
their manhood. God bless them."
Everybody seems please 1 with t he
nominations made by the County
Convention. That's right fellow
citizens, all wc have todo to sccuro
success is to be determined and uni
ted and we will suroly win.
A new publication, to bo called the
I'oels' Journal, and devoted exclu
sively to original poems, will make its
appearance at Uurlington, Yt.,i:i a
short time. The editor expects t-i
niako enough money tj keop his
paper going by selling rejected poems
at two cents a pound.
It is the duty of every true man to
diseotintenance any thing like indep
endents and fusionist.
There n'ti- !i instruction; th?
following -lory, which i-5 oop*ud from
an old hook :
"I saw n gentleman riding hoforo
on a line horse, whilst 1 was mounted
on an ass. Ah, said I mysolf,how
different is my condition from his!
But upon turning ahoul my head, I
.saw a good looking countryman driv
ing a wheel harrow before him. Oh,
then, said 1, if I am not equal to him
who g<?es before me, at least I am
superior to him who follows me. I
have found that the fable hath at
certain limes revived my spirit. I
ha vo wrote it on a lahol, and sot it up
in my feludy, that I may always re
Good bye H ols and Independents!
Ohl Orangoburg is a-; certain to go
Democratic as the sun shines.
A good writer, who gets tilings
down line, can put several thousand
words on a postal card, and tho cost
is a cent; but if he pastes a printed
slip, containing a single word, on tho
card, the expense is six cents?one
paid tor the card and the other live
collected from tho receiver; yet if
words me printed on tho card itself
it is all right. If a person pastes a
printed .-lip on a can! the size of a
postal card, and puts the card and
slip in aii open envelope, the G ?vorn.
mcut will carry card, :-lip, and enve
lope for a Ojbnt; yet it charge)six
cents lor carrying a postal card au 1
.-lip without thoVwyelop?.
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What ! the, Democrats bodefea\od!
Preposterous ! / They don't know the
mcaniuy of the word.
A lad? once consulted Dr. Johnson
on the degree of turpitude to be at
tached to her son's robbing an orch
ard. "Madam," said Johnson, ' it all
depends upon the weight of the boy.
I remember my schoolfellow, Davy
Garrick who was always a littlo fcl
li -.-, robbing a- dozen of orchards witii
impunity, but tho firnt time I climbed
up an apple trje, for T was always a
heavy boy, the bough broke with mo,
aud it was eallod a judgment. I sup
p )-so that's why .Justice is reproen?s I
wit!: a pair ofacajcs."
Haw : haw ! ! bo !! !? (..ood-byo
Rh 1 ' Old South Carolina is all
set tin' and chewing!
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New Youic, ScptomLer 17.?A
?May Landing (N. J.~) special says :
"The dam above Woods' cotton mills,
in ISgg Harbor river race, burst last
night. Hundreds of persons narrow
ly escaped death. The town wa?
soon submerged, and bridges, lumber,
coal and all movable things were
hoi ne away by the Hood. Tho villa
gers were aroused by the clashing in
of windows, doors and tho eurrout of
muddy water carrying sticks, coal
and stones t. rough the houses.
Several persons are reported lost."
Romiers in the Guise of
Women.?It is said that there !s a
band of colored robbers, di?guised a#
wc men, depredating in our midst.
For a man to assume tho garb of a
woman that ho might the more
stealthily commit crime, and fall
upon his unsuspecting victim, show!
a dark depth of crime. If it be true,
no means should be left untried to
find the villians und hiing them to
d es er v cd puuishmcn t.?Nevobtrrjf
Nor Bad.?A. newly married
couple went to house-keeping; not
long since, at Boston. At breakfast
the next morning, after their on
trance, tlio gentleman said to his
lady: "My dear, this is Poplar-st.
ami putting n (you) in it, it becomes
popular" "And by putting us in it,"
promptly replied the lady, "it will
Everybody is all )\\ed to vote at tho
ballot, boxes set up for the benefit of
the lever sufferers, and "repeating"
and stuffing the boxes is encouraged.
Tho man who is not afraid of war
j or yellow fever is generally afraid to
I take out a paper of tobacco in thfJ
I presence of a crowd.