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ONE DOLLAR PK It ANNUM. \ A.ISrX) OTTIt ??j?3SrTRTT- ALWAYS IN ADVANCE
VOLUME ft ? FRIDAY MORNING. MARClJ 38, 1879. NUMBER ?
BOOTS & SHOES
Made lo Order bv
P. A. LBFVENDAHL
two doors below
"Where be ia prepared to do all kind of
work in the above line for Lndies, Clonts
and Children in th>' beat Workmanlike
mariner, and on tho most reasonable terms
All work warranted. A cab ia respectfully
In addition tu the above 1 "ill koop con
stantly on hand Leather, Lasts, Peg* und all
material in my linu at very low prices for
easlr nug 31, LS7.S.
W. F. Robinson,
?Draiisebnr^. S, C?
A fresh supply of Landrelh's Seeds
alwavs on bund.
nov 9 1S7S ly
Kiiowlton & Latlirop,
ATTORNEYS AND COl'NSbLLOKS
A T I-, A AY .
orangeburg, s. c
nov 30 i r
;W A G O N S
flJ?#jf? J S BSoSaI
ATTENTH >N to iny business of
And will guarantco that my work in Ihe
future shall he hsOOOD as in the punt forty
years that 1 have been in the business.
REDUCED MY r bi e8
To SUIT tlie TIM KS, and if you will call
an me 1 will guarantee that my charges and
work will Rive full SATISFACTION.
I am how prepared to manufacture the
i> kxt e r sp r i \g:bu a G Y
"Which for comfort ami ca.-e cannot he ex
Constnn'lv on band ROSE \Y<K)D and
Of all ai^cs. Give me a call.
prpt 31 3m
For iiio ?jjeP'lT(''irci>rSi,mliinl Wrnkuvs*, I nut
i:.ini!.;: : nn.I u'l disorders ltroiti;lu <<u l?y Initls
oretlon or exc>n. Any Drut;plM ha* the Injrro
?AUtn. Dr. W. JAQS1KS .V to.. Sic. iSH
TVoHt sixth Street, I'turlunati, O.
apr'l 27 i y
the great cause
I JI UMAX MI SF IIV.
Jusl Published in a Sc .led Envelope.
Pi ice six cents.
A K.educe- on tli?* IVn
ture, Treatment, ami Kadical
? cure of Seminal \W-aknoes, or
SpermntorrliTa, iudticed by Self-Abuse.
Iurolnntary Kmiasiona, I in potency, Ncrv
?ua Debility, and Impedimenta to Marriage
ganerally; Consumption. Kpilcpsy, ami
Fits; Mental and I'hvsical Incapacity, ?c.?
By HOHERf .1. ifLTLVKI.'w ELI.', M. I).,
author of tho ''Green Rook," &c.
The woild-renowned author, in (his ad
mirable Lecture, clearly proves from his
own experience thai llic awful consequences
of Self-Ahu.se may he ellectually removed
without medicine, and whin lit dangi rous
surgical operations, bougies, instrument*,
rings, or cordialfl; pointing on: a mode of
cure at once certain and effectual, by which
every B?flbrer, no matter what hin condition
may' be. may cure himself cheaply, private
ly and radically.
Itss)**" This Lecture will prove a boon In
thousand* and thoUHiiuds,
Runt under seal, in a plain envelope, to
any address, on receipt of six cents, or
two postage itatnp.4.
A ddress the Publishers,
THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL < O.
-41 Ann St., New York; Poat Ollice Box 4(58(5
may 4 ly
Also, MtLUHS .?
Puiuji' Ictai'nie. Ofi'i?:,
DK. 16. P. MUCKUM I SS has
moved his Oflico over Rtore of Wjn. WH
cock, formerly occupied by Dr. Fcrsncr
where he will he glad to serve his friends
on the moat reasonable terms.
Dil. R. F, MUCK EN FUSS, Dentist,
aept 23 td
The undersigned respectfully informs the
CitiienB of the Town and Comity that he ia
prepared to do up and make Mattrcflscfl on
tho shortest notice. Also will conduct an
Upholstery buaineas. Prices will he as low
a$ poaaiblo. Orders solicited.
juns 9 tf
We could not supply llie demand for the GULLFTT GIN last Season
owing to tho Yellow Fever Quarantine. To prevent a similar oocutrenee
during the coming Sonson wo have been instructed to offer tho
IMPROVED OULLE'FT GMTST
Also FEEDER and CONDENSER at a very L< w Price to all who
purchase this Spring for Cash, or good Paper. X >\v is your oil a nut} to pur
?base the Finest Cotton Gin over off?? rod to the Trade, at Prices that arty
Planter can afford. To get the LargeU Discount you should purokuo
hot ween now and May 1st. We are also ottering the t'<?!?!-r.ir ? 1 BIGE
LOW ENG I N'E of every Stylo. Also SWKEP-ST VICE SEP Ai VTOKJ,
Threshers, Saw Mills. Grist Mills, ?c , at Greatly lie In md Pri ? a.
Give us a call or semi lor Circulars. Extra Low Figuren ma lo to th
who purchase their entire Ginning and Thrediin c O itfiis tUrn gli in.
Address () M STOTSJ" R. '?& CO
General Agents lor Plantation Machinery,
leb 2 1 Augusta, Ga.
Tin- tine-, the place, mil ?> >?? ?rtunity has ootnc for purchasing goods at
least 20 PER CENT LOW Ell than tiny other place in town.
'. Bel?ARS, Ast,
Next Door to A. Fischer's
Offers a well selected stock of Cr*??C 'FIGS Prices tha'. defy com
petit ion, < onsisthig in pari
Flour, Sugar, Rice. Potatoes
Hucon, Coflce, Buckwheat, Mackerel,
Hams, Tea, Pu?cr, Salmon,
Siriiw, Grists, ChfeSD. Heel",
Lurd, Meal, Macaroni, Tongue,
Toinattoes, Peaches, I ine Apples, Prunes,
Tobacco, Scgtirs, Soap, Starch, Pepper. Spico, Sea Foam,
Horstords, Mustard, Candy, Nutmegs, Sln>t, Powder, Caps,
i aril ittgcs, i ipcij, v.ut i! v, L/rouJier) aiiu i in it are, ? iusgar,
Sieves, &c, Ac.
Tl 132 SAjSI3?LE ROOM
In t ear, is Stocked with one ol t he Finest Slocks of Wines and Lifjuors ever
brought to ibis Market.
My Goods are A 1, bought for Cash and told tor same.
Sard in 05;
L h i.MS,
leb 1-1 18711
F. DeMAHS, Agt.
j AT Till: CORNER OF
Siiissel Street and llailroad Avenue
A lull Stock of
GENERAL MERCHAB BISE,
Which will be sold (\ I K A 1 * 1 CAB] 1.
Ali my Obi Friends, mid as many N ? w Hues as will favor me with a
call is respectfully invited to examine my Goods and Prices.
jan 21-ly fT. W. LE Y.
am ?????MMmanBBaiMBMWBaaBBBaBBMBa " ^
SAME ?LY) STAND
Is i iiiMcd !? Mive his nini;} < u.-i< nu i> dining this year, as iii thi
FIRST-CLASS G .OBS
At I be
LOWEST POSSIBLK PRICES
We I : * ' 01 hand n I.argt und \o II Aborted
s T O ' K o f G O O D s
With Polite and Experienced H? I?$ to show them.
1 am making preparations to nan lie all of the liest Gra I !3 of
PHOSPHAETS AND ACIDS.
1 rcspccllully risk the continuance of the Lib ml Patronage so gene
rously bestowed in ihc past.
jCri-v* Highes? M'iiksl Price paid lor all Country Produce.
J . C. P I K E
H. S. EEIOEKER, Age >t,
CORNER RUSSELL & BROUGHTON s i s.,
Offers for sale at ties LOWEST CASH PRN ES his large and we
assorted stock ol GrftOC CS ft 1 KS consisting of
( i l int,
" Green Peas,
" Corn Beef,
And always keep on hand a full supply ol
LIQUORS, WINES!AND CIGARS.
Dry Salt Bacon 5 cts per pound.
II. S. RBNNEKER, Agt,
? Loth in Georgia -\vl South Caro
lina, the Judges, sw'.c the Atlanta
tragedy, arc giving-]W?Ojal attention
lo practices which j^tse or oucour*
age crime. Judge So-er, of Georgia,
announces that lie Gil punish the
currying of conccoljKi weapons, the
first time, with a heutfftlue,and.upon
the repetition of sjiA, ofl'-noo. tin?
sentence will he not I Jjg sh n t of the
chain-gang or jnil, j^} this State,
Judge Aldrich, at ."7i?Ur;tanhurg, ac
cording to the '\Sp. a:iV rep irt,
spoke of living in "ip atmosphere ot
crime,' lor the last fbjI^Sveeks, while
holding Court in Laurfi sand Union,
sind denounced the haUfciial carrying
ol pis ols as "unmanly mid disgrace
Tho i'iess, too, is pi^poken on the
subject. In times ofpeaee, pays tin'
Greenville 4 News,'' "fpractice of
cm ri ving pisto's is puduclive of
many disturbances aiid%Mbod;bed: It
puts the devil into thp hea ' of the
man *? ho carries it, aifd^patisfes >thers
to carry them for polfjScfenco. The
law shou'd prohibit and that
rigidly." The Abbevilt) "Pressand
Banner" asks thoae peflineut ques
tions: "Why did not GaVcrnor Col
quitt order the arrest of Cox ? Why
(iiii bo simply try ;tq calm him V
Why did :i!l t hose friends of both
men. who were aware c.'the. circum
stances, stand idly by and let a bloody
butchery take place bet?r? their eyes ?
Is it right to sell a pistol; and to loa d
it too. to a matt who comes Into a
store angry, infuriate.! and cursing ?
When is this wholes:.]/ killing to
cense? Four wvjeks ^(tgo, only,
Atlanta witnessed the trage
.rj^v. TIi.-j*??ltiiMitiCjzWplRQs -a y*-A:i-/i
man shot for no appreciable reason.
Then New Orleans has her act in tho
bloody drama; and now again comes
the nun der of Alston. Not one of
tin.so four homicides whs justifiable."
Of course the "Press and Baiiuer"
will nut folget that there have been
occasions and excuses for carrying
weapons in the South that do not
exist elsewhere in the United Scutes
and it i-. difficult to gel rid of the
Ioeling, induced by misrule and the
iniportcuce of the judicial system
under Scott, Moses nnd Chamberlain,
that violence stalks abroad, and that
nobody is sole who is no: pr pared
for both defensive and offensive
net ion. This can and will be cured.
The abandonment of the practice
nf carrying deadly weapons will not
put a slop to crime, but itwilldim
inisli it, and will place the responsibi
lity ofd< liberate au I cool action up
on those who lake the law into their
own h mis.?N- mm ?///'/ Courier.
The Greenback Element.
The facl that the < riconhack ele
m'eni in the Mouse evinces a strong
disposition to connect with the lie
publicans is regarded with much
satisfaction bytho shrewd Democratic
lender-. Th.- majority, ifnotaliof
the Greenback ineinbcrs owe their
election to Democratic votes mil it i.
nrgued that when the Democratic
masses sec that they have been the
\ menus of electing Republicans in dis
guise, they will not bo so likely her.?
niter to desert their own party
standard. Mr. L'c la Matyr, the
Indinun Greenback member, who is
gcncially recognized us the leader of
that element in the Mouse, i-. very
sure, it. is thought, to act with the
Republicans. In his district in I87fi
the Greenbuckers polled only I,-KM
votes, while the Democrats polled
17.0.T2. Ycl in 1*7* the Democrats
I in lor-ed bis nomination, and of course
'elected him. The Democrats of tho
West will lind that tlioy have n ?tilitig
to make by Biteli coalitions as this,
and it limy have the effect to help
induce thoni to return to the timo
honorcd Democratic liard-uioiioy
principles. ? Baltimore Sun.
Making a settlement, on a girl to
marry you is the same thing us buy
ing her by weight at so much per
pound. In the latter caso, however,
you have to buy her hair and chalk.
The New Senntors.
The new senators make a favor
able impression, mid it was very gen
erally said tkat tho Democratic aide
was the ablest looking body of men
that had sat in the upper House for
many a year. Senator Williams, of
Kentucky, is a most striking figure.
Six feet high, broad of chest, with a
pleasant, intelligent face, he premises
in he one of the notable men of Con
gress Jonas and Vest, of Missouri,
arc the small men, physically, of the
body. The former is juvenile in ap
pearance, and as he walked beside the
giant from Texas appeared almost
diminutive. lie has a slightly Jew
ish lac e, and would be taken generally
for a quick, keen 1 nisi tiers man of
thirty-four or thirty-five of age. Mr.
Ve? t has a fine head, covered with
sandy hair, a sandy mustache, .a
clear blue eye, and apparently a weak
physique. Governor V ance, of North
Carolina, is one of the handsomo tnun
<>f Congress. 11c lias a bright black
eye, gray hair and mustache, a line
and speech. Governor Houston, of
Alabama, is ponderous in every way.
He 1 ?oks the hearty, rough ami ready
and able man that he is universally
credited with bein^. His bald head
fringed with a trifte oi snowy hair,
and his t hin is adorned with short
while whiskers, lie looks but, little
older than when in die House twenty
years ago. Mr. Call, '>f Fl orida, is a
slight in an. whose face and figure do
n >l at all indicate the manner of per
son he is. It was like old times to
see Chandler, Carpenter and Logan
all in a row on the back tier of seats,
and ,,a little st reich \qf imagination
IrVJWiT1 baVo bVohgnt back Pomeroy,
Cameron, liar lan and Morton. Poud
leton, ''Gentleman George," was the
best dress< d and the easiest in man
ne:-, and Jonas, of Louisiana, the
handsomest, lie is. slight in build ,
young in years and gentlemanly in
bearing. He is dark coraplo xioned
and wears a small black mustache.
Farlcv, of California, is largo and
surly, with a low forehead and bus ?y
whiskers. Grootnc, of ?Maryland, is
young in years ami fnllbodie I, with a
close-trimmed beard, covering the
lower pa-.Lid'a chubby face.
The Adjutants of Militia.
COKTS-MAKTIAL, UUI.LET3, GOLD I AC IS
Things are beginning to look
sq a ly. Those adjutants wdio fool
ishly accepted office in the State
militia, looking only to the gold lace,
has buttons and lite glory of the
j dress parade, will now tremble in their
hoots at 1110 imminent danger they
! are now threatened with, of death
; sentence by a drum head court
martial. And as all tlio worthless
weapons will have been changed by
I December lor others of a deadly
nature, the condemned can indulge in
no pleasing hope ofa cap snapping or
a gun bursting and hoisting tho exc
culioner with his own petard. By a
singular omission no provision is
made for killing oil'several hundred
governor's aides at the same. time.
This is disciiminitlioii of the most
flagrant nature. A court-martial
.-honid he organ i/.cd to see that every
colonel in the service, whether of staff
or line, have a pair of spurs at least
sis inches in diameter, and not less
than forty eight brass buttons on the
breast an 1 sixteen on the coat-tail.
1 ho adjutants must not suffer alone.
If they do they will ever be mourned
as martyrs to the cause, and their
death will he avenged.? IrYunstWo'
A young man saw the folio win g
advertisement in a newspaper:
"How to get rich. A rare secret.
Semi twenty-five cents to Gco. Ful
lerton.box 413 Portland, Me."
Being desirous of making arise,
ho forwarded the money and received
the (blinking reply :
"Work like tho devil and novcr
pnend a cent."
Home Rale. ' ,
True domestic rulo, the rule of thfj
Homo, not of the hulks or of'thc ro*:
formntory, is founded upon truth and
love. If it has not both of these, it
is nothing better thaii a despotism.
It requires the perpetual exerciseV)f
love in its most extended form. You
must learn the dispositions of those
under you, and teach them to under
stand yours. In ordor to do this you
musit sympathize with them;"for*upon
your sympathy will often depend
their truthfulness. Thus,'you must
persuade a child to place confidence
in you, if you wish to form an opoti
and upright character. -You cannot
terrify it into habits of truth On
the contrary, its earliest falsehood*
arc oftencr caused by fear thau hy-?
w ish to obtain its little endsby deceit.
The child is conscious of wrong, with
out knowing in what the wrong con
sists. Show tho child that'3ou sympa
thize with it, and that it is not au
outcast because'it*lias erred,and the
foundation will be laid of a confidence
thut will last through lifc,"aud will
be more and more of a shield- and
buckler as the child grows in year*
and understanding.?lifcws and Cour
ier. . - ' '?
Give Ihe Women Employment.
Seriously, there is a woeful dispari
ty between the number ofwcm??and
i he number of men in the'Eastern
States, and, in a less degree, in the
South. This is no reason, however,
why seven women should run after
ono man. It. is not necessary that
every woman ehould marry. Nor is
it necessary that single blessedness
should belie its nnme. The sadness
of it is that our sociarsystem^offers
few opportunities to women of sup
porting themselves. They are anxi
ous to do it, and have the ability to
do it. Tho men crowd them out of
occupations for which they are well
fit: cd, and society is disposed to^look.
askance upon any young woman who
seeks to make a livelihood in any
other way than by the needle or by
teaching. A great and crying want
is tho opening of new walks in4lifo
to young women who'arc well-born
nnd_ well-educated, The men have
occupizd the thoughts of the sociolo
gist and statesman long enough. It
is high time that some consideration
be given to our women. To live by
labor is no less honorable in women
than in men ?Sews and Courier.
- mp ?
The First Wedding.
We like the short courtship, and in
this Adam acted like a sensible man
? fell asleep a baohclor, and awoke to
find himself a married man. Heap
pears to have popped the [question al
most immediately after meeting Miss
Eve, and she, without flirtation or
shyness, gave him a kiss and hersolf.
Oftbat first kiss in the world wehavo
had our own thoughts, however, aud
sometimes in poetical mood wished
wc were the man that did it. But tho
deed is done, the chance was Adam's
and he improved it. We like the
notion of getting married in a garden.
Adam's was^private. No envious
aunts aud grunting grandm ithers.
Tho birds of tho heavens were the
minstrels, and the glad sky flung its
light on the scene. Ono thing about
the first wedding briugs queer things
to us Jin spite of its Scriptural truth,
j Adam and his wife were rather young
to marry; some two or three days old,
according to tho sagest elder; without
experience, without a house, without
J a pot or kettle; nothing but love and
I Why do tho ladies now-a daya wear
48 ounces of hair on tho back of their
head ??Because when the Grecian
j Bend was in fashion, it pulled them
over foward bo far, that now tbey
have got to wear weight enough be
hind to pull them baok agaiu !
Mr. Bob Alston, son of the late
Col. R. A. Alston, has gouoto Wash
ington, iu re-spouse to a telegram front
euv.jf Q )rvi ja.