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JUST OPENED ONE DOOR
I>r. A. C Du lie's IMiiK Store,
Who will hoop
constant Iv on hand
V\' LLand COM
1LETE Mock of
^Efcfclfl !* riiwnrt?,
(aOOftH ol every description;
Aluo nil kind* of Kcpiilrinc done
on the shortest notice to Linn.-*, L'istuls,
Lock?, Umbrellas, end
SEWJ NO MAGHI N KS
Dona np nud Adjusted.
ZitV" All goods and work warranted to
girr entire satisfaction in quality woik
aaaiuhip ntid price*
Thanking my friends fur past patronage
1 aapc to merit a contimmee of the s.ime
im ibo future. 1'. (<? CANNON.
?>ept2S 1H7S W
W A ? O X S
ATI KNTh ?N to my P-usinc-? of
ClAKRI \U E IrtAStlSCJ.
Ami will guarantee that my work in tkv
future shall he asUOOD .k in tLr punt tort}
years that 1 have been in the husinesK.
m:inj< i:i> ?Y i'Rirr.N
To SUIT the TIM KS, ind if you will call
es nie 1 will guarantee t! :it mv charges and
work will give full SATiHEAt.TlON.
I Hin now prepared to manufacture the
i> K XTEIt S 1*121N G: I i 11 i i G Y
With h for comfort n:-.d ???;'?.>.?; he ex
CoriMan'lv on band HO.^'E WOOD ?i;d
Hl.' H 1 A T i CASKS
Of all j*i?<r?;. liive inc :t ealh
Vor tu? (raro'ofH?inl<iHl v. ii.sr. I ...i
W.Ahi-oj I iiinl 1.1! ? I.mi :????< brought .t? Ii)
<jr?imn or ?*r?*?i Al'V I-Tii.-w.m Iiak ;??*? i!v:r#?.
fUflti. l!f. tV. .1 Mil'f.M A- CO. 1*0
!Voal UtttO Strmct, C'tM?*I>iItKti, O.
apr'l -7 1 v
TIIK cJl? K IT CA ? ?E
'S I A N
a United Enveiope.
A r.rctiire itn th?* A'u
ture, Treatment, and b'adieal
cure of Seminal Weakness, or
Spermatorrhoea, induce*! by Keif* Abuse.
Involuntary Emijouoiia, I in potency, Nerr
o'? Ih'hilhy. anil Impediment'* to Marriage
generally; <!<>n?umptioti, Epilepsy, and
Kit-: Mental and i'hvhical Incapacity, Sic.?
J?y KOllEKT .1. l. l I.VKItW i I.I.', >.'. [>.,
author ol tho '?t.ireeii Itook."
Thu wo!lil-rcnowned author, in t!11:ol
niirablc Lecture; clearly proves from Iii?
o*?n experience thai the aw t'ul eoU'emii'iireH
of felf-AbuKf.' may he ctlictually leiuoyed
without medicine, and witln in datigci
surgical operation-.*, bougie*, iu-truiuc:
rings, or cordin s; poh?iug out :t mod t
cure at once . < rtain and < "tiial, b\ wltieh
every sullen r, no mailer wi..u his condition
may he. niav cure liimseifcheaply, pr;vile
ly and radically.
Ik'xV*' 5f7iM heel tire will ;> ove ii bovn to
ihoutttnd? ttnd tltoiiHuids,
Sent under Keai, in a p'.uiii euvelepe, U>
any sddre.-w, on receipt of ma c< titi, or
two pontage itamjM.
AddrcKs the I 'iibliMhcrH,
THK ( t'L\ KKWLLL MK1HCAL < O.
41 Ann St., New York;Post Office Box
uiav 4 1 v
jdy 20 1 y
I>15. BI. F. MUCK i:\rf.SS has
'moved hia Office over store of Win. W'ib
cork, formerly occupied bv Dr. I'crsner
where he will he glad to serre Iii? friend*
on the aunt reasounble terran.
DR. Ib V. MUCK EN FUSS, Dentist,
sept i'3 td
' TAKE N?TJ cTi'?.
The undersigned respect full) informs the
(:iti/.enH of the Town anil County that he is
prepared todo up and make Mattresses on
tho phortfbt notice. Also will conduct an
Upholstery business. Prices will he as low
possible. Orders solicited.
und llorplilnp hnhlf <nrf<l.
CttttK s... ?! ilunp lur b^ok Ml
Opium tjiib< I. w. B. Hqnlro,
\r?*Mnt'.. k. SiMnc r?.. lud.
The Second Wife.
A melancholy woman lay
In riickncsfi on her bed, ,
And in a faint and broken voico
To her husband said :
'Dear Dave, when my earthly form
IIa? turned to lifclexa clay,
0 wail ami Weep a little while,
J>el throw yourself away.
'I know a woman Kind and true,
On whom you may depend;
U marry Arabella ?Ioiicn?
fc'he is inv dearest friend.'
j 'Yen, flattie,! have much desired
To lal"' of thi? hefor? -
! I'or Arabella.Iunenand 1
Have thought the matter o'er.
'Then yon ami Arabella Jonen
Have been too smart and sly,
IteMyou, [l.ivhl Wilkinson,
! am not a gl in* tu die ['
Herd r-kiycs Hashed, her strength re
She left her heri of pain,
A week had hardly paused away
When she was well again.
The Cure for Gos3ip.
A VICE THAT IS WKI.I.-XIUH UX1VK :
h ? I. ? l.'UI.TUUK 'i". ONLY SUV V.
Kvcrybody must talk ttbont some
thin . Tio- pour fdlow who wa-tool
m?t to talk for fear that th?> people,
would find out that he was a fool,
made nothing by the experiment,
lie was. considered a 1 ol because In
did not tu!k on some subject or other.
l?ve?ybody must have something to
-;iv. or give tiu society. Of course,
i be tij.iis tif ciii?vei>njion will relate
t<? l be subjects of knowledge If a
man is interested in science In* will
talk about science. It' hois aneu
ihusina in in ail he will talk uliou
art. Il lift is (ii hi i I hi r with lb era! n re
and is an inulli?;cni and persMeut i
reader, he will i a turn iy liriny fur i
ward literarv t pics in hin <? nv rs-i
lion. So will social n;\i reti i ;
iiucstious. "()ut ui'the . m . 11 i ?? ? ' j
the bear: the motr.bspot'; ?? ?." fur
ol v Ii ich the mile i.? nil , liai ith
which it. is furnished. \\i I ? inn uu
The very simple reason ivhv ii
world is nil ofgos*ipi that those j
who indu'ge in it have nothing els c
in them. They in ust interest them- j
selves in something. They know until j
ing but what they learn from day to
day in intercourse with and ohserva
lion of their neighbors. What, these
neighbor? do, what, they say. what
happens (n them in their social ami
business allaiiv, what they wear, the e
become the questions of suprcin ; in -
1 crest. The pers mal and social life
nroiuid tiiein?ibis is the book under
constant perns.il. and out of tbis '
comes Hint pestiferous conversation
whicli^we ?all go.s'ip. 1'hc world is
full ofit, and in a mi!I'm n booso.?., all
over the country, ii tilling is talked of
but ihe per.-..mil affairs <> n i^'tbuv .
What is the cure for gossip? dim
ply culture. There is a great deal of
gossip that has no malignity in it.
Good-natured people talk a!>>i their j
neighbors because, and anly b.v.?u-o
they have iiotbing else to tali, about. '
Gossip is always r. personal con
I ess ion cither of n alice or imbecility, 1
and the young should not only slum
it, but by tin; most thorough culture
relieve themselves from all tcmpta
tiou to indulge in it. It is low,'frivol*
oils, and loo often a dirty business
There arc country ucighhot hoods in
which it rages like a pest (.'bur. in s
are split in pieces by ii Neighbors
make enemies by it for life, in many
persons it degenerates into a chronic
disease, which is practically incur
able. Let the young cureitwbib
There is an alarming epidemic ol
seal let fever in Now York. One hun
dred and lifty-livo fatal cases in a
single week is a dismal showing. It
is suspected that the disease is dis
seminated by the clothing and bed
clothing carried to and fro by the
washer-women in the street cars.
Motto for a loper?Mind your
A Word to Mothers.
American mothers may 1 oast, il
they choose, that iheir daughters are
mere prudent, more utterly arrayed
in virgin modesty, then the girl? of
nny oilier nation?oven though they ;
leave thqm unchupcronc.l, while for- i
eign mothers hoverabout their !?;? 10 L \
as a hen does over her chic-sens when '
the hawk is near?hut I greatly i'-'?:' j
they irre mistaken. There is :il> >'tt
many n young American girl ol to day
an air that does no!, hi my ?> uni > :
mill t.? her atl ruction 4.
I hey kiiow e'-crythiu r, ihujii ^irii; i
nor do lhc\ blush nver taeir knowl
edge. They manage, utiite cleverly
R'imctitaes, nil their i.?wu io've affairs, j
hiding tlieiu f om tho "old fo:k."
They have their plans ami their ar
rangements f??r which tiny did not
ask pei n.i.-sion. Thoy go out alone
with "in tic men t<- parlies, or places 1
ol otuusi-mcut, and let themselves in 1
with the latch-key when they return
What do the parents know about the
beau of the evening ? Thu customs
of tho county have not been altered
since towns were Kin nil :t . t people
well known to each other, and] mar
ringe a thing young men desired.
'J hat allowance for tho "courting
iinio" which was t simple out
growth ol ; riniitivo life -till exists in
great ?? i11s. w here it is puicfully,
ridiculous, absurdly out of place.
11. mine ciicles of society mothers
do matronize their daughters even
I here of late; but too many mothers
stupidly tdiul their eyes io what is
going on about them. Their daugh t
t-rs are "engaged" hall a dozen times
emre they are married. X<> human
being h?s more sympathy with lovers 1
and line OVC than 1. but this ii a |
'lii:"^' uparV. rbora in no lov.i in it. I
i' i i.aihci.s anu degrades. It slumps!
up? n the faces ol ; n s who should
i ?.b< like iniiocMit children the
? ! .iiij-i expie.'tftioii?cold, bob! in- i
*.! lent, .*-<? thai its one pusses uloug j
in- .-im . i. tie loo often looks in vain i
.. ii.;.t beu'.diiul face which properly ?
11..?.:<_ - ti> girlhood, und that reminds
.i hi the wild loieol" llio violet.
Kvcty year ma i\s iliis inure up
j.;i.t..i ui.d it is lime that nioihors
who bu\? uaughlciV) should forsake
the old ? editions to which they cling
and exercise a sltict guardianship
over thci r gir s.
Mahy Kvi R I'Al i. IS.
Tho Influence of Trees on Hoalth
i he value of trees from a sanita
ry point of view in large and over- i
crowded cities min scarcely bo over
estimated. Apart from the sense oi
r? ii' l und cooSno.i vdiieh they impart,
their \nlue a- pu liters of the ulino-t J
p!?c c is niino.-i iucrcilible. Ii has
been itileubiled licit a good sized
c in, plaiic, or iiin -tree will produce
sevcH mild ii lea ti s, ii, vi i ; ;i united
nn a dI i .vo >uiidred th.ui- hi I <?<] lai'fi
lei I. I ii>" inline ice .. su !i ;i In rg?s
surface io the absorption of delete
rituis ga.m's and the exhalation i?f
j Oxygen must, therefore, be of im
uiensi benefit in nv. rerowded and
unhealthy distrii Is. in London and
huge cities there exists a great
iiuml'Oi of waste spots in whi I: one
or more ticcs could be pi.', ited to
advantage in every way. In this
res pet t, at all events, they manage
things better in Kr ice, and in.Iced
in i. u.-t contineiilnl niiir, whore the
boulevards are kept cool in stimnier
and warm in winter, owing in tho in
fluence which trees lute ein modifying
temperature; in lulilition, they lend
by nbsortion Io purify tlie si il below
as we II as the at mos phi re above (hem.
A society lor planting Irees in the
w Io slreoti nnd waste place-of the
metropolis might accomplish as bene
ficial results h> the excellent ii'.-titu ?
lion which supplies itriukiug lb tin
tains for the rcfcshiuoiit or' man and
Hunters in Wyoming and Dakota
have destroyed 40,000 bufl"n!ooy this
Tho sugar yield of Louisiana ex
ceeds the expectations of tho planter^
Senator Hill and Governor
From the Savantuth Acte*.
While we regret that u Georgia
Senator should, have jo far lowered j
the dignity of his position and out-j
raned decency as to make himself the
originator and retailer of of person
al sea in I il against the chief um gig -
tr?te of our Stalte, we entertain no |
fear that he will accomplish the end
at which he aion, which is to make
political capitul&for Ir.uisulf l>y the I
sacrifice ofoue whose charae'er stau Is
far above the reach of his reproach,
li i-i plain tlia'. Mr. Hill ?eeki to make
his unsuccessful ^ rivalry with Mr. J
Mu phy, as attorn-v in the North
eastern,'' ?nd ea?e, a pretext for cro.lt- i
ing di- and divi-i ?:j H i!i ; I) ? n ? - j
oratio pa.'.y. To thU eil I. Ii ? n ?'<??-?
iiis disingenuous attack upon <i >vor
nor (Johptitt, mi fie pr-te ici ol di
imuiiciug Wurpliy. For this purpiso
In- puts forth his interview with the
Baltimore fJaze'te in the cxpsct.ition
that it will be dissora'n ite 1 thr.i i ;li
the Georgia jircss, an I ?vitil .v e u'Lai i
ty that lli- Govern >r's position pre
eludes the p:>s-?bi! v'> ol sei t-?l :.'e i > J
against such attacks.
Senator Butler's Scat.
From the Pkiltikelyhia Tim**. l>
Some thoughtless, organ once in a .
while calls on thclSena'.e (?> unseal
?Senator Butler an* admit Mr. Cor
hin au the Senator .Toni South Carn
lina, on his credentials from the last
of the rump carpol-jlhg Governments '
of the South. Tin re are several rei- '
sons why i1 won't be done, nnd party |
app.nls will lie ineiuctual upon the j
Senate. I he next ^ena'e will con
tain ten J K n'.oeraM^ mojm itv, or
eight in csise f.'or'hiu P.ioul 1 be suited,
am! no would l?e lucky ii he could he
allowed to keep his : eat over forty
ught hours aller the meeting of the
ue>y C'i litres.-?. Next would come u
v? rv I'lupluttic invitation to Senator j
Kellogg to retire, and iii the mean- |
lime such gentlemen as Cameron au.1
Cot.kling might ha haltetl at the d ? >. s
ot the Senate lor inquiry into tho
.nanuer of their election, before i: t- '
,i'i;_- hack to their eh iir<.
A Send 0;f lor Casar.
Gen. Sir nnan is r ported to have
recently said, in speaking of the next
reunion ol the Army of the Tonne
see, that the time and place of meet
ing was left with him, an 1 he now ex
peeled to call it to'tnectiii Chicago
next November, end to make the re- I
un on coincident with the arrival ef I
Gen. Grant in thai city, ami give the j
latter a triumphant reception by his
oid comrades. He sr.id lie had just
written id (1(0!. l.rant n<<t to hurry
back t 'o last, bt.t lb arrange to roa< h
Chicago in November. 1*;75>. Ilow-j
i v? r. Gen. fSrant expeetetl to leave
<?!i bis homeward route January 12, j
traveling via In l a. 1 le may, Ufier
vi.-iting California and Oregon, bunt
in the West during tho summer.
Hon. Caleb Cushing, of Mass.ichti- i
setts, is dead, lie will ho reinem- j
bercd U8 the President of the Nation |
al Democratic Convention which
assembled in tin" Institute Mali of
Charles ion in 18G0.
V\ ben tiiis convention divided, the
o'der Bayard of Delaware became I
President of the Southorn wing. It
is said that Cushing of late years has
been in bis dotage.
The Act to amend the Lien law, j
approved December o, simply re en j
acts and Continues in force the Aei i
of March 1. I818. TheTtli oction of
that Act provided that'.ho l>t Sec - I
(repealing the Act of Juno 8 IS78,) ,
and the'2d Section (making advances
to planters a preferred lien,) should
remain in force for one year. This
Tib Section is repealed.
A bard money Democrat is elected
Governor of Maine, and the l>eni?>
crnts have cariicd all the remaining
A fire in Greenville last week de
stroyed a luge amount of prop, rty
lie sat on the * of th? room in a
big white oak rocking chair. A long
; cured dcerhotiud, snapping nt Ileus,
[ was by his side; a basket of sewing
j by hers. Roth rocked incessantly ?
thai is, the \oung people?not the
! dog or basket, lie sighs heavily,
l and looks out of the west window nt :
i a crape myrtle tree, she sight lightly
; and gazes out of the east window? j
! at a turnip patch. At last ho re- ]
''I bid is mighty good weather to I
! pick cotton."
I ': "J is that?if we only had any
j to pick."
Tin.' rocking continues.
'Wliflfj \uiir dog's name?'
Another sigh -broken stillness.
?What is he g.rj 1 fur ?',
'What is who good fur ?' said be,
I ' Your d?-g, C'oony.' j
j 'Fur ketchin' puossums.' i
i Silence of halt an hour.
'He looks lik<? a dser d >g.'
'Who looks lika a deer d ?'
j 'C'oony.' j
'He is?hut he'd kinder bellowed,!
and gcitin' old an' slow now. An* j
he ain't no count on a cold trail.
In the rjuict ten minutes that eo- I
sued she tools to stitches in the quilt : j
was, from the pattern called 'Rose
of Sharon.' She is very particular
about the noiucochicure of her quilt,
and frequently walks 1'ulo.ui miles to
get a new pattern with a 'real purly
' Von r uia rai? in' many chickens ?'
'J hen more rocking, auJ somehow . i
nttor awhile, the big rocking chair I
.?ind the little rocking-chair were
jaiuuied s:d? by side. It may have
been caused by some peculiarity iu
the door, or by the natural inagne- j
tic nttruction uiie chair had for the j
other; but strange to suy, the basket
.1 work hud followed the little chair,
and the little chair hud traveled as
last as the big one. Coony ha I not i
move!. He lay in the samo placo,
sound asleep, and he was talking iu j
his sleep ? Ihnt is. giving faint, irre
gular harks at the possums he bo- j
held in his dreams. After a while
the conversation was resumed.
'How many bus your ma got'!'
'How may what ?'
'Nigh on to a hundred.'
By this time the chairs were so
close together that rocking was im
'The mink has e it most of ours.
Then ii h?:ig siLmce ensues. At
last he observes.
'Mukiu' quilts ?'
'Yes,' she replies, btighleniug up !
I've just finished a 'Koarin' Fagul of j
llrazci!,' a 'Sittin' ^an, an 1 u 'Na*
lion's Pride. Have you ever saw tho i
? Yellow i'< sc on the Parnry ?'
More silence; then lit*, says :
'Do you like cabbage?'
'1 ?io tha.t.'
Presently bis band is accidentally
placed en hers. .She dues n >i know i
it ?at h ast ?loci not seem to ha aware '
v.1 it. Then, alter a half hour spent
in sighing,coughing and clearing of
throats, he says :
'I've a great mind to bite you.'
'What you a great uiiu-l to bite
me fur?' i
'Knso you won't have mo.'
'Kasc yon ain't axed me.'
' Well, now I ax you.'
I Then C'oony dreams he hears a
sound of kissing.
Then the next day the youu man
goes to Tigervillo after a marriage
I license. Wednesday the following
week. No cards.
To remove paint from door posts,
hack up against it when it is fresh.
There is ti good deal of destitution
in Paducah, Ky.
There are o,.)00 insane persons in
public institution-in Massachusetts,
exclusive of the Legislature.
'I here is an agitation for the restor
ation of capital punishment in Switz- j
I An U.iin|8rrupt6ii Story
! ( Id Bodkin likes n cicdo of euchre,
i but lie is .such mi inveterate narrator
j of pioneer incidents that he ofteu
makes it unpleasant for others by try
ing to [day and tell a yarn at iho
1 same time. The other evening he be
gan a story ju-t as be anil three others
sat down to [day a social game. He
said : "It was in 1849 that a family
by the name of Gobi us emigrated
from Greeubricr County, Va.?out.
j for deal?to the glorious West?
j shucks, I never could cut anything
j l''Kcor than a ten spot. There were
seven in the family; three girls and
lour boys. The girh were bright
eyed, rosy cheeked ? I pass?graceful
gazelles, and two of tho boys were big
enough to handle their ax1? and rifles
?d'ye turn it down? I'll make it
! clubs?and could help tbeir old
father a right smart chance?and ace
beats a king every tints. Play on a
] heart. They wound slowly over the
Allcghuuies, and finally iu May.
| f4U, crossed the Ohio Valley?good
i enough ! hearts are bcltor'n trumps,
| but I haven't any left?heading
straight fur Arknusttw, intending to
j make that territory?hold on! vou
don't play that on us; my partner
i trumped the hut trick?tbeir future
, borne?take it up; best we've get;
lead, partner, according tj Moyle.
I They got away out there in the wild
erness, and the weather was getting
\ hot?that's it. Sow we'll come tho
j cross lift on 'em! Play on that bow
er ! One evening they stopped near
where a spring gushed up?that
makes us n couple more ! dog my pic
ture if it wouldn't de a good joke if
we could skunk 'ein the first game.
They thought it would Iu a good
placo to camp, and the old man un
hitched the horse?well, what a fool
ish play that was of mine; it let 'em
have one o;i otii deal?and one of tho
boys ran to the spring to get a drink
? pass?it. was one of the hot springs
? play, Cap.; don't he so undecided
?and when he touched his lips to the
water?-that's our trick?he bounced
up and yelled to the old man?whose
ace is that ? eh 7 l il salivate it with a
turnip?yelled to the old man 'hitch
up and drive on, dad ! Hell's not
half a mile from here !' How did you
come by these points? S;>cms to ra3
you're good counters if you can't
play much. Well, sir, iL had tho
?fleet to?diamonds ? haven't any;
pass?change the eld man's opinion
of Arkansas and?what led? Spades?
[lave ti little one?lie slat ted across
the wilds for Oregon."
Thus old Bodkin continued tho
same narrative through thirteen
games, ami when the party arose from
the table at ten o'clock, Bodkin had
the Gobins family away out beyond
I ho alkali desert in the tho sago
brush, With their horses stolon and
two oi the girls captured by the
Indians?the boys following tho
Titties with their rifles, and tho old
woman a raving maniac. And yet
tho story was not more than half
completed when tho party walked off
on the narrator.
Pullman cats will be running from
Pans to Home next spring.
In Washington roses arc blooming
New Orleans wants to cut down tho
telegraph pules and lay the wire
California has this year pro I?OM
enough to support 10,000, families
fur a year.
-1 ?-?:- i i-i ?00,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
STATIC OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF 0RANGEB?R3.
In the Common Pleas.
George Boliver, Admi'r of I). F. Keigler,
Emma A. Zoigler, and others.
Pursuant to an Order of the Court of
Common Pleas made in the. above stated
cause at October Term 1K7S, notice is here
by given to all persans claiming to be
creditors of the Estate of 1) F Zeigler
deceased, to present and prove their respec
tive demands bet?re me, at my office before
the l?th day of December 1S78.
W. M. UUTSON,
Masters Office Oiangehurg Nov? 16 1878.
nov lb 2m