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A Puzzling Situation.
ti.ing tu reply when a person says
"thank you?" To how merely .scorns
stift* and cold; to say "you're wel
come," provincial, "same to you"' and
"you're another," do not seem q uile
right somehow, and "how d ye do,'' is
absent and awkward. ''Don't mention
it,'' may suit a book agent or a ticket
porter, but we want something better
for holiday use. ''Not at ail" seems
to imply that the tbankist is a liar.
Perhaps the best thing under the
circumstances is to grin gracefully and
change the subject.
Truth and Error.
T here are only two powerful in
fluences at work in the world; an I
these two influences areTiuthand
Error. They are essentially different
as lightMind darkness,?and we ean
not compound theni. They arc'ever
found in the deadliest conflict When
one unfurls its banner, the oilier must
light or leavedhe4field. We find ih< sc
t'.vo powers always at war in every
true man's breast, and they light on
until the hist flickering spark ol' lifo
goes out, when Truth puts its enemy
to flight//and the spirit of the just
passes into the presence of an evcil ist
Get ling Monotonous.
One of the reasons, in my opinion,
for^the weakness of convention edicts
is, that the same men makeup all the
conventions The personelle is sel
dom changed. It, i- the same old
crowd over again; good enough, it is
true, but monotonous after aw bile. It
looks as if the "organized" wore mov
ing in a very narrow cir c!e. In any
county they wiil_teii you, "liesure,
and see Blank Plank; he always g ?es
to.the convent ion." Thclpooplo Lain k
it strange that the choice should lali
on the same set every time.? //. If.
G. in Atlanta (Constitution.
A movement to present a purse of
$250,000 to Gen. Grant is reported
by the Cincinnati "Commercial." It
"is added that it is io bo the gift of I
divers gentlemen in the East, who,
placiug a high estimation on the pub
lic services of the General, wish to
make his old ago comfortahl e and
relieve him from the necessity ol ac
cepting a professional post for a sup
? - - ? v
Two lawyers were lined twenty five
dollars each for calling ono aither
liars in court at Fort .Smith Ark.,
one day^last week
Brown: "Can you break me a $5
bill?" Jones: "1 should Hko to
break it, but unfortunately I'm broke
STATE OF SOUTH cauuu.ma.
County ok Okanoehcuo?Couri.nf Com
Summons for Relief?Complaint not
J. E..L. A maker, PlainlifT
Adam Terry Amakcr, Henrietta 0.
Amaker, Whitmarsh S. .Murray. Am
anda L. .Murray, Francis .1. l*el/.er
Trustee, VV. W. n'annamaker, Ucorge
W. Arlher, I".. An tier, Joseph W.
Loryea, Philip Rich, Jane Uieh, K. J.
Huyek, F. J. Ruyek, Vi. IL .Mack ami I)
F. Joyncr :-Defendant's,
To the lJefeiutanis :
Adam Perry Amaker, llcnriettaC Amaker,
Whitmarsh S Murray, A man.la L Mur
ray, Francis ./ P?tzer Trustee, W W
\\ annaiiial.er, tiuorge VI Arlhci, K
Aither, Joseph V? Lorvea, l'hilip Uieh,
.lane Uieh. Ii J ltuyek, e,J Uiiyck, W It
Mack and I) F Joymsr :
You arc hereby summonsed, and required
<o answer the complaint in ibis action
which lias been filed in the ollice of die
(Jlerk of this Court, and to seive a copy of
your answer to the said complaint on i he
subscriber at his ollice, Court House fNpiarc,
Orangeburg, ri. 0., wilhiu tweiily d in
after the service hereof, exclusive of lie
day of mich Kcrviee; and ify.m fail ion s
wer the comp aiiU within the liniM a for
huid, the plaiiitill in this aclion wrid ipply
to the Court for the relief d mian hi I in t.iu
Dated November 28th 1879.
[ls.1 MALCOLM I. imoWXlNtS,
OEO. BO LIVER.
c. c p.
To the Defendant*:
Whitmarsh S Murray and Aman la L
M n nay :
Take Notice that the summons fin ibis
Action, of which tho foregoing i- a c?py
togeiher with the complaint was.filed, in
the otlice of the Clerk of tins Court, at
Orangchurg, in iheCoinuy ofOr.tugehiirg,
in the .Slate of ?'south Carolina, on the-iu
of December A. D. lhTl).
MALCOLM I. RROWNIXO,
l'lalatill s Attoi ney.
dec 5 tit
Executors, Administrator*, fSmirdians
and Tnntec-, arc hereby noli lied lo m :k?
their Arnual Returns to ibis ollice, dnrim
the month of January next, otherwise I hey
will be ptoceeded against as the law directs
C.R. O LOVER,
Judge of 1'robate.
Oringeburg County, Dec. 12, 1879.
dec 12 4t
Kstnblished in 1*71 by tho Propri
etor, wh? is still ready and willing lo
iil) orders in
BREAD, ROLLS, PIES
C A K 13 S
Of all description*.
By the BAKUKL or BOX.
33 7X HI A. 3D
For Camp-Meetings or any other kind of
Which will he sold as LOW as any that can
he hought in Orangeburg.
Thankful for the past patronage of my
friends and the public I still solicit a con
tinuance of their en.-'oui.*
T. W. Alber&rol l i,
|1tllssell Street, next door to
sept M, 1878? ly Mr. J. I?. Hurley.
VI ST -n
?' : I tit .?'?"ii I'.o c
?..' ; 5 :s.'a t-boill
ti ? ! ?? i tire every
;,i 1 impurities
Iii!? i. the n.'litr.il
if t:;! ;??-.- bteotnes
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1ti.1t .:.;!?? 1 i'.r.n .li li.c iv>rti pfillic
in, . .. i, 1 > turn y "?w ?.r a iXrty lr-?n
h>r. ThnM ? '.' ? , JUcvcd, a -i l)v>
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? ivi i y t. r t rptiti.y, r - t' ?? l.iv.r t-; l!.r-w
. ,.t I .. *: ;-:? I t! r rf LI im" even a ft'V.
ion >? liutf C?tii|il< \i'.:t 1 ? tV brotvil i'irty k"'k':n;;
i-.v .1 .ii w'.o try i: -tt?j.y Kefnjj ilie
. ? : syr ptufas la di jppi-ir. I"hn citrs of a!. Mil
I l iviri mpl.-unl U in:u!e certain
frsu ? ? ii,.i ,.i.'..ir.i-e v.-ith directions.
It,-.',,-, i i. &?>.?:. . < ' I? twenty wlniitej,
?i.t in llUe.HC t'.-.t s:.-cn Coin tili: IjVCT Cull e?i.-l
if a ! ill. i ii 1 ?' * "
? > f i a P.If!3STITUTE FOR PILLS
BY ALL rdiUCOllilS.
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b-*S t! ? fatality cf Coin.
iiinntion cr TUrbat r.ivl
. li.SrU tf-'l et.** Rfi ? ?? frow A?
jj;-;:a r.r ! pS.inc Irea'.Mlciit, which tilapty ?tiij
'./? J j??c* ps ttic ivid: cf Ofsath roih cn. j; ,-.?>?itt
J* Lfl pal 1 ;f< ? 11 < ?? r.tornMnc, ?-r atiy yrcp .?^:i-a
rOjihjtii, ?t-r; Sine or iVivs'cAcubcnii U t. uml
.4-4 in she t.i.om: 1 1 ...i.u Cuci.m ^ frvr, whirh l,s*
cared i>-..!j who aril li.i.-; lo-'d?y with liuteii?
r> iciiitriia;; tuij,'. r*"^' ' v.'. -i e;n I? ti--.
""?ol r..! !??; ?>? e!...? Coaitnhmisn it ii. ?nihle. "Iiis
. J ?.. u...: l"i.<i\.ui: i.V. t..s SvHVrwill ??>? it vl -;?
Q all other. ir.?jis Kivof. ;'.<!. A'-c?..|
1*1 r. l 1 H -r I the Uslimnni !s of lh? I m.
,:..!. r !!. S: rhsn*. <ivv. Su.i.? aiul Ls C <v.
v..t ?4.t., t :.?:>. ?. :*>. t>..'.-; ris wr !
f*i1 ihofj ?>t* vihvr ivmimJuiMc ciirt.? In ?
}, I :?. .-.'.I : t the c.-v ; j ?.-.ml lie 1 nvlttCtttl t' - t .1
?1 you *....i ij l.i cat. I you e:Ut tywUngthc
. V Tiil'vi l:?-?-'.rir'L' V.-*..'.:'' f ir f.i-re Tlt.-.vt.
1 whrn j . ;i csn c-i1 ?'.<>: -t Kt.owfa Svucr at ujir.e
i ; .ice." 1 or ?tu l>>' all i-'?.ii^;u?
Cents and $1.00
i . a b i n Li
ini<a;>t'.cfl :it-. mail,: In lhe trrttiirrl of : It
ill..i ?ii~.- from |hmm .1 in the btixxl. Ni^
i.f .'...,."??:... sv; ?'hhe s?rt:;,.,:,
IL'iCciuils Sor?.-s ; i<l ?Uiu I m- . ..???. in thoutanit,
r**j it t'?j*.;'l? ihuut the v*? ol M'^n ury i:i imnr form.
l?1 Meieiiry roll ll.r l^lilu^. .nul l!ie iIimxim* It pro
,tIT : i-. ar-s ?? l!
ui<i any outer.liital of Itloou or
?p,i?o c.n t..-. r>;v I'LN-.tc: roS'sSTtl i ?:r
, iiA or tj :-..,s*s L)i:ti?iiT de only mcmclm
3'm-.. -i ?il l- 'i ??> hcjiu of i.y frotn Si roftiln, Sy.
_|piiu:t ,-tud Ntercitruil di?i:u*?s in all iiSKes, can tie
tv| ctttMy ftundcL ahd i!i:.i will tine Cancer.
jj t, .. ... ^ l:i be |v.\i?l I y it pr< prii :nr? u Men
V. or any l.-jfr~clictit m i purely vr^etakle a:?l liArm
1.-1 !r.i ' .Ol I ? futtllll i:l li
n svkim' an.! Muhhku.'s
ititi-Attsr: ion :iip I.ivkr for sale t?y all Urn,;.
?J, i- : -.\ : ^ ei nt nnd jli.oo i.,.ttlc?.
y j A. T. HEHRELL & CO., Propriatws,
5 OLD fiHD RELIABLE, 1
Satp^obd's Iji\i:u iKviGonATOits
JJis a Standard Family Itomcdy for
^disenscsof tholiivcr, Btomach ?S^apl
??and Bowels.?It is Purely *p&a!\
runt ijowcis.?it v.\ fureiy ?^'iji?^'
Vegetalde.-It uever^ gg TJ|
(* , P!;c i
.?.-r o\ .ao< ;\.ic i
lor more than 35 years,jj
*t*jg|W^ov Wth unpricedi-nted rCHIllts.J
51?'^'' SEND FOR CIRCULAR.*!
?\v mil lii.isj ?im. ri 11. on us i:t:rt iaiiiin. *r
FCpt 10 I v
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
HISTORY ?F EWORLD
V? mi hl inlorni Iiis customers und tlio public in genoral
SANTA CLAUS AND CHRISTINAS
Has arrived, and will make bis IIeadquartor3 at my St>rc,
1YU LGG.MANN'S OLD SrP^VISrX),
With a lull Stock of the Finest Candies, comprising SWEETHEARTS of
all Sizes and Shapes and for both SEXES, and will be sold
according to their SWEETNESS. Kaisius,
Currents and Citron enough to
supply the County.
Mince Meat and Sweet meats, of the Best Quality and to suit everybody.
Fruit and Nuts of all sm ts, not to speak of the
FEESH FAMILY GROCERIES
Fine Cigars end Tobacco. Besides all this 1 am prepared to ICE and OR
NAMENT everybody's CHRISTMAS CA K E, or make the
Cake to Order at the Lowest Figures.
Call before buying elsewhere. JOS. TT.TtOR,
I would respectfully bring to the attention of the Public that I am now
o| cuing my
Just bought and now OPS^^IEHCv ?hieb will be sOllD *J
that win DKiry:aii
As it would require too much space to enumerate all the
which ran be secured now, Everybody is especially requested to come and
see for themselv'
I/. I n\L
SAME OLD BT AND
Ts ] rrpnrcd lo serve hi* many customers during this year, a* in the
iast, w itli ?
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
Wc have on hand a?Large and well Assorted
8 T O C K O K G O O Ii S
With Polite and Experienced r A g?J ?J g?; } lo how them.
I am making preparation-, to handletall of the Best Grades of
PHOSPHAETS AND ACIDS.
I respectfully ask the continuance of the Liberal Patronage soVgene
rously bestowed in the past.
S,t?r Highest Markst Price j.aid for all tuntry Produce.
J. C. P I K E
^?.u"^PMttiMwiw.in ii in ii i,iiwina?
CORNER RUSSELL & B ROUGH TON STS.,
"W" ill keep constantly on hand the following goods :
Coilccs Bacon, Canned Salmon.
rT>as, Strips, " Lobsters,
Sugars, ilnillS, " Mackerel,
Flour, Lard. " Oysters,
C?i - ir. Butter, " Tomatoes,
Meal, Soup. " Green PeilS,
Bice, Starch, " Corn Beef,
AH of ibe above articles I puarantco lobe FRESH, an 1 will sell t!nn
.(>W a- the LOWEST for ?he cash. Cull and examine my Slock and
i s before you purchase.
Always keep on hand a lull supply of
L1QUOHS, \V I N i :s A N I > CIGARS.
Tho Celebratad "Oakley Bitters."
Persons who are sullcring from Indigestion and who arc liable to Chills
and Fever, Dy-j epsia, and all the attendant evils of a Deranged Stomach
will find a certain and speedy remedy in the use of the above Tonic.
i r. s. Hi<:n n ek
AT THE CORNER OF
Uns: el Street am! 1J ail road Avenue
A full Stuck of
A GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
W hieb will be sold ( Jl J ].) ,\ J > for O A S 1 1 .
All my Old Friends and as many New Ones as will favor me']with a
call is respectfully invited to examine my Goods and Prices.
jnn 24-ly j . \V. MOSELEY,
Z. J. KING,
W j\r SAIN'S OLD STAN D
Will keep constantly on hand
Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Cigars,,
Fine Oliewin and Smolcing Tobacco
I mako a Bpcciulty in keeping tho
Purest Mountain Corn Wliisk?y.
My Restaurant v> ill he open day nud night and mppliad with tho bwfc
the Market ailbrds. Give me a call and examine my pcteea r.ad good*.
?ug l 1S79 K. KING. , ,
Come ! Come !! Come !!! Come !!!!
Ye ine.i a d maidens great and small,
The young, the old, the gay and nil
To WALKER'S GROCERY repair,
And }_'et al you wish fur, there.
His TEA and COFFEE can't be beat,
His SUGAR is sincerely sweet,
His BACON and bis H A MS are nice.
And .-obi always at tho LOWEST PRICE,
No other kind you'll ever chew,
if his TOBACCO meets your view,
And all will bless their happy stars,
Who chance to smoak his lino SEGA RS.
And if you'll feel his sovereign power
dust try his new delightful FLOUR.
Since be a GROCERY lias begun,
IIi> GOODS are all A NUMBER ONE,
Then tell it to the young and old
He w ill not eCr be UN DER SOL D.
Stay not lo hear some boastful talker,
But call and get your GOODS from WALKER.
Wait not until von ail get poorer.
Come and be served by AB L. MOOIIEll,
W ho. to his cordial country friends,
A GENERA L invitation sends.
And WARREN GARDNER too, solicits
^ our kind attention and your visits,
And A. B. WALK Eli boss of all,
Signs his greeting to the call.
A. 13 WALKE F?
Cham pi ?8i <? racer of .W?rtern Times.
The Gullet Gin Branch Faetory,
0. M. ST0I-1B & CO., GENERAL AGENTS.
Te supply Iho increased demand tor the IMPROVED GULLETT
GIN. GIN FEEDER and DON DENSER, Branch Works have beon
established in Augusta, orders will he filled promptly and saiista-Jtiou
guaranteed to purchasers.
Liins Repaired by skilled Workmen.
Wo have Ttetimonials from Cotton Dealers in every Seciiou which
prove the Superiority of tho Gullett Gin over ol! others.
We are Agents for BIGELO STEAM ENGINE, Mounted or
Stationer, with either Vertical or Horizontal lioiler, Economizer Engines,
Screw and Lever Cotton Presses, Saw and Grist Mills, Bulfoln Scales, <&e.
Write for Circulars ami Price List.
. ^I'lress O AT STO^K et CO
leb -1 Aofjou bacsois, Augusta, Ga.
IT IS TRUE!
That Im selling the PUREST and FINEST GRADES of
For LESS MONEY* than any other Store in Town.
1 keep a large assortment ? [ JNG and SO KT MO TOB AC
( OS including the only GENUINE DURHAM Smoking Tobacco sold in
this Market, and the 4 OLD LOG ( AiWN." which is the Finest Brand ?f
Chewing Tobacco over Manufactured. Also a line assortment of CHOICE
( 1GABS, including the celebrated OJK )? th? finest ? cent Cigar ever sold
THE GROCERY DEPARTMENT
Is crowded with choice fresh G< OD**, which I am selling at incredible
.j > PRICES. A Speciality made in FLOUR, which,.in.its whiv*"
ness and excellence cannot be surpassed.
All that is necessary to prove tiie truth of the above statement is to
call and examine for yourselves.
James Van Tassel, Agt.
sept 20 1 .S7S ? mar 16 At Muller's Old Stand.
r ????gae?BBBgraBaaBB ?a??wag -'sum* rm.
D. A . S A I N ,
IN TliK TOWN OF
Would respectfully inform his fiieuds end tho public generally that
has just received a full stock of
Dry Goods, G-RO ESlIEg, TOBCCOs and
SK?A?S, Ll^UOS BOTH FOREIGN and DOMESTIC,
AH of which he is offering at BOTTOM PRICE&
d .A.. SA.TjST
A New Carria
The SUBSCRIBER would respectfully inform his friends and tho
Public generally that he has just completed his
; HOPS ON MAEKET STREET
Near Mr. B. F. SLATER'S Livery Stable, where he is prepared to roeeivo
an?1 build to order ! <i
Liglit, Sing 1 or Donb 1 Sat j3ngg s
And finish them in first-class stylo of the best Select Material. Also
()1VR A\I) TWO ?ORSK WAGONS
Put N| nl the thoitcst until 0.
J^Cpairing ?^ ?^ kinds done Neatly and Strong.
Horse Shoein hy Expert Smiths.
All done at prices to suit tho times and low price of Cotton. Al
work warranted lo give entire satisfaction.
dec T, 1873 3R. H. WILES