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In hereby given lli.it Application will lie
made at tho ucxl Session nf Iii? (?encral
Awotnbly of ^'o. Csi. l<-r u Licnewal of
Chnrtei of tho Executive Committee of tlio
Orangeburg (Baptist) Mis?donerv Union.
S. \V. K ICM.M10UiiIN,
ncpt 14 Secretary.
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Bllother remedies lind failed. I vi' n?1 I ? ?
tory, und convinced inyself of its p-ir ? erii. It
in ptopared from hart s. toots, und hi'rli . wich ol
which in highly effective, iii.il they nre ??<>:>?.?
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Will eradicate Salt Ifl.i um '. ? i : y.-tem.
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Tho PMYSJOLOGY OF ft'JAFfRlACE
ThePf YATE RREDSCAi.ADVISER
Donk? tlmt r.ro rrullv (Inlitrj nnt] P*IMn.lrnHor? In nir.t
trrs nrrtaiiiinij to Sfniitiunit ni .1 WimmnlKieit. mill ?upiily
?rsnt IrtiiR folt. Tliey urubmuiiftttlj IUn imlrS, ami In plain
lauguajfe, raiily tniil>'tit?oit. Ti e twu l >. .KtuiUui, ' f.
P*KC*< BiiilcoiiUlii>alii?l>l Inf '??4il?n furliuth niarrkilaiiil
mi... h ltd all tin* n-ci nt Itnpiovi'inrnti In ii ml ? 11 ratnn lit
ltvauwhatourlii>:ii,'ii:iiHii.ayi"TluOnuwltil);<riri | i ? l
In lir. Hutu'new v..rH? Ulmiomyol Qimtlimalile cliar.
aotcr, t>:it la ?omcthiiiRHot f\?r*oni. ?%? ulil k.i.w. Imi
Koulh, tlVS victim of ea i.' p ' -o. . ihr Ji-.i,f,ll: \rwi?
porlMtlyliraHliy \ \ :\ vi.:?.?..- . ? mtli i.rinin
" AGtNTS WANTED FOR THE
HISTORY 01 EWORLD
4*0 11a V K i ??,.<!>:> ? I?Ca1 PH THE r.IVKll
itfORblSSASllSt *? ? Pluq03HE$B.|
it \)u. bArirc'KD, New Voik.
/-9.Wnicln ?< j:! =7. It. v ,1 vi i s
r/-rV?.Ovor pi-. I.-.I. ,t Ni.m *"V-:V^.>a
*"I?U''L ?*??'?? 'l'l'ljC? .N.-liOl.v.Tl'bU
For tliivSjM'CMly i 'uniol Seiiiltnil Wcnh in*?, t.'?,i
Uliinliood anil fill ?1 i^.>r-1? rs liroimlil nu l?y Imlis
cretldp or CKeotei, Any Unionist Ihi.h the Inuro
?JIonU?. I>r. Wi ,I.V<jt KS ?1- ????.. No. lao
.V?>*t Mlxtli Stret-I, ? iiirlu<i:tlI, O.
upr'l -7 ly
Make Money SMoasantly
I ami fact,agents slionltl ikIiIi-cmh KIN
J.i;V HA KYLY .V Co., Atlanta, I Sa
pine I Iv
R?SSEL BT R 13 LGT.
lins on hand a FINE S TOCK of
iiororles, Lamps ami Good's, Walt and other Plows. Flour n Specially,
.". -I from the Mill. Hunt P-oof Outs, warranted. Wheat Seed.
A no a LA i.Ci-: STO ! K of
Books, Stationery, Picture Frames and Pietuies, Curtain*, and Gold Pens
And last Im! not least lot of BcautifuI and ISlcgant
Ready Ernmcd, at VERY LOW PRICES. ( all and sec them.
' P< > A i \ I v \TV PC :l Hnc assortment ol Rruckots, Wall Pock
? '-. M trble Top fahles, and other l?\tuoy Goods.
CHEAP Ibr ('ASH, a lot of Vases and Tbilcl Setts selling at COST,
to make room lor other L?oods.
Will pay the HiGHEST MARKEf PRICE for Hides and Skins,
nov '1 1SVS 1 v ?
Y GOODS. READY MADE CLOTHJXO SHOES, BOOTS,
HATS. 11 UiD WAKE, WOOD WAKE GRQGKRJ KS, &o.
Ate oiiering their Enliro Stock at Greatly lledu - i Prices.
They ask the Public generally to examine! their ? TOOK before tuak
their purchases, atid guarantee to saw thciu m< ney. A\ e \vill be glad
v, von over oiir STOtJIvi <' ill an I s ? ? u-.
j'fl\VV Xr l\fITI?T? 4*Y
LJ X > ? Li SL i\, lfJL IJ l\. 1 fc.1\. JL 9
MoMii.stur?? Old ^t;t tid.
We will tdler
????Ii-ii the on,nth of NOVEMBER.
l>t 1 I
W. J. Murray.
U F F I C E
r IW jij K- f; V ? S ill
1 would respectfully bring to the notice of the Public (bat 1 am uow
receiving one of the
Largest brock ot boocls
Ever exhibited in this Town, and would therefore invite everybody to come
in ard convince themselves of the fact.
M Y S T O C K
Comprises all the different lines in
Dry (Joods, Greenes, Hardware,
1 litis and Caps. Wood and Willow Ware, Saddles and H&rue??,
( rocktry and Oh?;-s Ware, Provisions, olc, Clothing,
Loots and Shoes, a sj ecialty.
I have ahn added a
F URN ITU SI E ESTA BLISOMENT
When- i.- kept. Walnut. Parin- ami lie.I Room Furniture, Cottij-i Sau,
Sofas, Lounges, Bureaus, Wasiisiand*, Tables, Cr.nlies, Cribs,
and :ill varieties ol Chniis. Also Carpets.
Come one and all and examine for yourselves.
?KO. if. GORjVEL.SON.
-" ? - *
Ann V Ni
EACH TEA IN!
Is a LARGE and VARIED Assorl.ni of
Dry Good's, Groceries, Hardware, Tinware,
Crockery, Cotton Bagging, Ties, &c.
A 11 of which will he
Our CUSTOMERS are requested to call in and examine our S TO K .
Attentive and polite CLERKS will wait upon them. -No trouble to show
By BUYING from us.
J. C. PIK E & CO,
To Tii?, Teachers
Oratigcbetrg and XeiKhtiorinj;
A MONO TIIK BOOKS VDOPTKI) BY
/\ State Board of South Carolina in St |?
I ember last, for use in tin- Public N< lino!\
for the next live rear*, are c5 AN FORD'S
SKR IKS OP ANALYTICAL AKITliM IC
TIC, by S. I?. SANI'OBI), A. M . LL. !>.,
Prof. Mathematics,Mercer University, Ma
These Arithmetics are ollered to tie
children :.i prices 11 und I! I below. i'i ???
i obtain after introduction. Reduced rates
hi)l<l for "> months from co nmcnccaicn!
Saiiford'N Primary Analytical Arithmetic
I. Retail, 27. 1*1. Introduction, I 3. I!!.
Kxcluinge i. e. with book bv other author,
Saa ford's Intcrmctlnttc Analytical
b Retail, 45. II. Introduction, 30. ! Ii.
Exchange i. e. with 1 ?<n>'.-. bv oile r author,
San ford's Common School Analytical
I. Retail, 8?. lb Intro du etion, ?"*?. III.
Kxchanve i e. with boot; l>y other author,
Saufai'd's Higher Analytical Arithmetic.
I. Retail.'S? 1.25. II. Introduction. >'?">.
III. Kxchaiigc i. e. %\i11? book by other
of s VNKOKIVS ARlTif M IST1C, lion.
Hugh S. Tli linpson, Si-t?? Superintendent,
(a) liiiie of writing, as now, Principal Co: ".n
hia Male Academy), fays :
??Saitford\s Arithmetics ar-- superior to
any that I have"wen in the ft: I hies* of the
example.'', ilie clearness ;nid simplicity of
tin; analyses, lind tlieacctirary ?>! the n;!
ami definitions. This opinion is ha ed upon
a jit!! und thorough irvl in the Hchool.rooUi.
To those teachers who may exainiue these
Arithmetics with reft roiiec i" introduction,
I would especially commend the treatment
of Percentage and I'rolit antl Los-. No
text-books that 1 havb ever u.sedaroso
sutisifut ttiiy tfl to: eher.? and pupil
For Sale in Oraiigebuig. by
r.ov 2 li'i
TilK C SI 13 AT CAUSE
111'MAX MTSl 1LV.
jo?J'nbtM,cd in f Soiled Kun!i>j*.
P, ice sti, cctil.<
i A Lecture ob? llio Xh
TSz&yiSa tore, Treatment, anil Radical
e^''<T'i'Sr cure of Send na I Weakness, or
Spcimatnrrh---1. iudui ?! by Self-Abuse.
Involuntary I'.ini.-siotis, liupoteney, Nt.rv
o*:s Ilchility. and Impediment-* to Marriage
generally; Consumption. Kpilcpsvj and
Pits:.Meitjal anil I'hvsical Jncapn i;v, iSe. -
' bV ROBKRlf*JTTTrr^? ':^::AjT\-y-:;-,.
author "! lie- l'f5reeti Bonk, ' i.e.
The ivoiId-rcobiviictl antho:, in this ad
mirable. Lecture, clearly proves from his
own ex pi riencu thai i he awful > ? it^ptence i
til" Self-Abnse liiiiy be ? lletitually removed
without medicine^ initl witlu lit dangerous
surgical opcniiions, bougie--, instruments,
rings, nr cordials; poiniing oil! a hiode of
cure ai once certain and elleetual, by which
every stillerer, n? matter what his condition
may be. mav euro Itimsell'cheaply, private
ly and radicailv.
tw.:V" Thin Lecture will proi'e u boon to
thontnndu uud thouskinda.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to
any address, en receipt of six cents, or
two no.-tage tamp*.
TliK CULVKUWKLLiMP.LlC'AL CO.
II Ann.St.,New York; Ptist Ollit'e Box ?HtSli
inay 4 ly
Kstablishetl in 1871 by the Propri
etor, who i.< .-till ready and willing in
lil! orders in
BREAD, HOLLS, IM KS
c a k i: s
Of all descriptions*.
Bv the barrkl er IK 'x.
n w [<: a D
Fur Camp-Meetings or any ether kind of
Which will l>?- sold :n LOW afl any thai can
he bought in (IraUgehurg.
Thankful fttr the past patronage of my
friends ami the public 1 lill solicit a. con
linuance of their cu itom.J
T. W. A 11 )t-r-t>t t i.
I*.11-1 i Street, next door to
pepl I I, 187? - ly Mr. .1. I'. Barley.
?Tili: H13 )A.IS'\-3
The IiJxoi'cisyosof this School
?ill be resinned at the Fair Building on
lln l ir>t Monday in September next.
TERMS PER MONTH
I si Grade, Beginners.$2 (in
2d " Grammar Pupils. 2 50
::d ?' Advance I Knglisb.
Latin anil Greek 50 cents extra, each,
board in excellent families, near the
School Booms, may be obtained at v* 10 ami
$12 per month.
Tl is Sein -il is designed to be a Permanent
Institution of Oraugehiirg, and with a libe
ral patronage the Principal will make it a
HUGO 0. SHERIDAN,
nug 10 Principal.
The Era of Ilouost Money.
Washington, November 5.
Tho Cabinet was In session n >:
more than an hoortoilay. Attorney
General Devons and Secretary IOvarts
woro absent. The State dopartmaut
was represented by Assistant Secre
tary Scwar?l. Some routine business
was transacted, and there was :i gen
eral conversation regarding the
point- to bo brought to the nttcu'.ioti
of Congress in the Presidential tin mi -
It is unnnimt usly njlrecd that the
message should contain some recom
mendation ft r the enn Imont of legis
lation oil her to increase tlte weight
of the standard silver dollar or to di
minish its coinage, or to adopt both
of these means of preventing further
depreciation of its value. The sub*
ject will be again r?nsidered at a
future meeting of the Cabinet,
i in-: itiisrMrTiON ?FsrkciK iwymknt.
The S'.ir this (.'veiling savs it can
be stated on gob 1 authority that
when the resumption: of specie, pay
ment by tli'.' United ?States Treasury
begins it will be gold resumption and
not a silver resumption, all hough il
the ruh on i:i<' Traa*;ury for gold in J
exchange for United Slates notes
.'iii.nl i coma closu to Iho tun unit <>;
that coin in possession of the govern
ment, ii in stated that :i retreat may
be made to silver. The coin balance
in the treasury yesterday a', the close
of business was ??228 526,453,28. Uf
this a;h<ju::l ?? >.? ut $107,000,000 was
gold available fi r resumption. There
are outstanding about 8320,000,000
in United States notes to be redeem
ed if presented. The plates Tor the
live and t-;> thousand dollar green-d
back notes nro nearly completed,
and ;!..' notes wili be ready lor eir
cu alion by I he day fixed for re ump.
tiou. They are intended to t-h double
duly?for convenience ia handling
i:'.i"" un units of greenbacks and to
??ku the place of coin certificates
The size will be tli? stniTTriisthKt o f
the rest nf (he greenback currency.
An Inferr-al ?Iachm8.
Infernal machines have, b an em
ployed of late with fatal clFoet in
several cities and towns of Mexico .
A New York paper says : "At San
A ngel, ti little town live or six miles
from the capital of the ? ountry, a
I arty of six ladies and three gentle
men assembled to open a h ix assum
ing to have conic fro in Sou born
1 ranee, and to contain some Lourtles
water and a number of rosaries that
bad been blosse?! by the Pope. One
box opened, another was disclosed,
and as they wcro trying to gut into
the second :t tremendous explosion
took place, and every persm hut one
was instantly killed. The box con
tained nitroglycerine, mid was evi
dently prepared for assassination,
though why any of the party men
tioned shouid hnveincurrcd any such
deadly enmity it is impossible to tell.
The terrible liix.it is snid, was .sent
to one ol the ladies, remarkable for
ber amiability and benevolence She
was uninarrie I, and a great favorilo,
and it is surmised that a semi-adven
turer who bad proposed to her and
been rejected, had adopted this meth
od ol revenge. Such a thing scarce
ly seems credible to us; but in .Mexico
any! hing criminal may happen, with
or without provocation. There are
men there w ho appear to practi ce
assassination lest they may grow rusty
in their murderous art.
The power of tho national banks to
issue small bills, below ?-3 in amount,
has always been limited to ono-sixtn
of their circulation, and nevor has
approached that figure, as bank
officers do not like to do so much
signing. Kven this authority ex
pires with the resumption of specie
payments, so that after January 1
the national banks issuo no more
nolus below $5, and ii is said to be
the intention of Secretary Sherman
to make room for silver dollars by
withdrawing some of the SI and $2
greenbacks, of which the usual circu
lation is about 850,000,000.
Tue Philosophy o: Newspaper
"IJcrmit," tli<" Xow York Corres
pondcnt of tlio Troy Times, ti close
observer of things here, in bis Intest
letter, philosophn ally r sinai ka: "Tho
autumn trade is now hi full activity,
and business nun are exerting evory
? fieri to improve the harvest. One
method is the handbill system, by
which the hotels arc daily inundated.
During tho business season one boy
after another will go tho rounds, and
in this way an attempt i.; mado to ob
tain trad". Of these, however, the
greater part are wasted, .since tho
waiter generally picks then up and
throws them into the street, und ti.o
next day a fresh iuundatiou takes
place Experience has clearly de
monstrated that the most officiant
method of advertising is found in the
judicious u-c of the newspap ir colu
mns. The ground on which news
paper advertising, as a .system, is
based is human conti Jcncc,since wo
cannot avoid believing that which
v.e conidiiutly read. This confidence
is sometimes abused, but still it is
evident that a go.'d advertisement
will, i sufficiently repeated, carry
pop ular opinion. Men who advertise
with the great >st persistency eventu
ally reach success. There 11 miii
tary principle inv dved in this met'i
od, since the article advertised should
be pre soil on the public by repeated
assaults. Tho correct view, which
experience bring- to each man, is
liuit advertising should bo included
in ihc general estimate of expenses,
as regularly us store rent, clerk hire
nod insurance. It is often said a
good Btaud at a high rent is better
than a poor one rent free. Well,
advertising brings a man before the
public in a way that makes any
'stand' good. The best stand you
can have is to be in the newspaper."
True Newspaper Independence.
endent newspaper is one that has de
cided convictions; that puts princip
les above party advantage; that treats
its opponents fairly; that gives its
renders a chance to see both sides of
every important question; that does
not subsist on the crumbs of official
patronage, nor pop up and down, liko
ii jack in-a-box, when some clique of
politicians or some party "boss" pulls
the wires; that is manly, honest, de
cent and of good repute among good
men. Ah, but can inch a paper be
independent while belonging to a
party and seeking the success of that
party? Decidedly, yes. A party is
an instrumentality to accomplish cor*
tain purposes of government. It is
an assembly of men of one mind on
certain public questions, to carry into
effect their common ideas. When we
have religion without churches, so
ciety without laws, science without
s hools, and industry without tools
and machinery, then and not till
then shall wc have politics without
Well dressed and semi-inebriated
man goes into shop of a Ypsilanta
druggist, and sticks bis elbow through
glass case. Druggist collars him and.
demands Man says: "Trash
allri," and refuses to understand
what is wanted of him. Druggist
searches man's pockets, finds 850 bill,
puts ?17 change in man's pocket,
book, aud expels him, the inebriate
staggering away blandly remii king ,
"Isb allri?no ofilmsh." Next day
ihe druggist finds that tho 850 bill is
W hen a Woman is named "Enough"
there must bo a good reason for it.
Dr. Drysdale, President of tho Rlal
thusian League, says that ho once
met in an English hospital a young
woman of that name. She was tho
thirteenth daughter of her mother,
and was named "Enough" by a justly
incensed lather, who evidontly
thought that matters had gone far
enough, and that a lino must he, drawn.
The mother of Enough did not tako
the hint, but gave birth to nine more
children, making twenty two in all.