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[For tho Orangeburg Timer.]
L; ii Ugr.d iii.it hit 'twas a gud thing
tu v./x i',uIy el a pheller etui a lord it.
You no they uariv btir.l it iliee
worm. But thee- worm had no
bisucs tu got up so sune. This phel
Jcr Unit gol Up suite ibud the*/ pock it
buck. But theo pheller that h>.st hit
got up befor he did. Early riziu will
pa cl'ycu go tu work as suno 113 you
git up. But cf you wait fur brek
faes you better injoy your nap. Early
riziu wil du et" you got plenty grub
on ban?cf uot hits a lozin glim?
sleep late an savo bickfass. 1 never
uored a pheUc* that got up early but
what lost suuthin?ef nothiu else, he
lost a nan. Early riziu tn.tc do bury
wel fur old peeple. But that iy. the
best time tu think on your sweat
hart. I'm Buniti'rnes biniiited hi
early rizin?hit is generaly arter a
bevy super. Ef a pheller doant ete
much buper he can sleep laic with
out cny inconveuiaace. lievy super
an late sleeping wont beer mixin ?
wun wil conllict wid the other. Tho
oanly wa fur a pheller tu git up sune
is tu put bis briches in a handy place
the uite before. Fur hit d laut da
tu have ..things so complicate 1. Ef
you wil git up suno,sleep wid jour
cl qzc on, so but it woant tal e you so
long tu git redy in the moruin. No
matter bow early you rize, git Vat the
bed fuss. Hits heap lho best. 1
tried this ."gitin out the bed before 1
got up, au mi bed always paid fur it.
eo I made up mi mind tu sleep late
and keep'clearuv hedake.
- m ? ? .
Remember the Poor.
As'^thc cold blasts of winter howl
around our comfortable dwe'lings
where a kind Providence has sup
plicil our wauls, and given us a!
thai is necessary for our comfort, au^
some to spare, Ict us remember these
who are not thus blest. Lot us exor
cise a practical charity as wc
journey along life's rough highway,
scatteridg'blcssings as wc go.
The heart that is not toU;mj I an 1
opened by the.calls for help for suf
fering humanity around us in :st
indeed be a hard o ne.
The most genuine pleasure to the
good man is, quietly and unobserved
by the world, to ministerti) th e wants
of his fellow-creatures around him,
and to Boften their sufferings. IS'01
docs his deeds of love extend ulonc to
the relief of their physical necessities,
but he brings sunshine into their
hearts by cheering them en their
journey, and dissipating as far as ho
can tho gloom that broods over th ii 1
troubled minds. The man who keeps
within bis Bel fish shell and finds no
work of love and charity to perform
ar. und him, and takes no pleasure in
such ministrations is criminally re
gardless of the fountain of eternal
love from which he is daily drawing
his richest b!es-ings.
The following, in Harper's Mutja
zine, is vouched for by one of the roott
reliable- ol Philadelphia diviuej :
A young clergyman having agreed
to supply the pulpit of an older
brother abseilt from home, escorted to
church the dau^lner of the pa.stor,
and after seeing her safely in hor
father's pew, ascended to the pulpit
unconscious that this na'ural atten -
tion to the young lady was suIKcici.t
to excite lively imaginations and in*
quiries in the audience.
Upon reading the hymn to besting,
tho young clergyman was surprised
to perceive evident efforts in the cm
gregation to suppress laughter The
daughter of his friend possessed the
mellifluous name of Ci race, an 1, all
unsuspicious of that fact, be had
chosen the hymn bet inning with 'he
words 'Amazing grace,' and proceed
ing with :
'T?an grace that taught my heart to fear.
And grace my fears relieved.
How precious did that grace appear.
The hour I first believed.
Through many dangers, toils und neuron
1 have already conn-,
'Tin grace ha.- brought me safe thus far,
-\nd grace will lead Hie home !
Weither Religion nor Decency.
On Sunday morning last there was
preaching in both the Baptist an 1
Methodist Churches, but both were
virtually emp'y. In the meantime
our streets and public squares were
thronged with men,? while men?of
decent birth and education ? desecrat
ing the Sabbath in word and deed.
As all our renders know, We are no
Puritan, and are very far indeed
from being a grumbler at gaites and
?po iik out, tho caso must bo
?t pretty bail ouo. Tho truth is, and
there is no denying it the majority of
our male population have lost ro
piM t m>i only lor religion hut the
commonest decency. It is high time
that <>ur women?always the custo
dinus of moral purity?should set
their faces against this lamentable
state of affairs. And as for tho
preachers, they should come down
morning noon and night, with sledge
hammer hiows.? E(lyeficld A? ivcrtiscr.
?mmm>' - * ? ???
We are not surprised to hear that
Gen. Mart Gary is gaining grou ud
among the struight-out Democrats of
the country. The Cimdon Journal
says he is "booming" i:t Kcrshuw.
And, by the way, we met several
promiuei i gentlemen hero from
Pleasant Hill a few days ago who
i?ive us to under.stan I that "they
didn't take water in 'thorn." They
were for Gary ami straight-out de
mocracy against the world. Gary* I
? . ? i
stock is quoted at n premium among j
the ) eouiaury of Lancaster county ?
.Seventeen lawyers are engaged in
a mit vcr the will of an Imlauian,
who boasted, shortly before his death,
that he had got his nHairs into such
a shape that when he died the lawyers
coultlirt make a penny out of his
/V. I I . I .KNVI In ,
Ilarher and Hair Dr?sser,
Nearly opposite Hull et Scoville,
Guarantees Satisfaction in his line of
business. Patronage respectfully
The undersigned would respectful
ly inform the citizens of this and
adjoining Counties, that he has given
up merchandizing in order to give
his w I o'e nttt ntion to
Will arrive the coming week a
large lot of fine Harness and Saddh
HOUSES which will be offered nl
very reasonable prices.
Having many yenrs experience in
the above business I feel confident of
giving lull satisfaction to every one
who favors me with their patronage.
W. M. SAIN,
At Hie 01 1 Stand.
This im;>ii! \ni i wi11^ t ut about three
I pounds,I .-..I i he blood a living pet ton (about
three | !ti l.aSscs Cir. it'll it at least once every
I lint) I: .ii , to have the hile ami other impurities
|straiiicd or filtered from it Uilc i* the natural
- -: purgative of the bowels, ami if ? lie l.ivci bcci .n"
l^l! >,,rl,:'l 'l 's " t separated from the blood, hut enr
i?jilcd through tho vein* Ij parts of ihe system,
and iu trying lo escape thiough the "tores r?l the
1^''.'..in, o-u-k-j it to turn yotlow or -i dirty brown
-^?icr.lor. 'thestomach becomes diseased, and 1>\?.
pa| ;? |i-.ia, ladige?.Constipation. Headache, Wli
~j oiuai ??, Jatindh ?,< hills, Malarial fevers. I'iles,
<j i k ami Sour Stomach, and general debility fol
rt tv, MmtitKt.t.'s llr.fATlNtt, thceixat vegetable
! '; iti.cnvery tur torpidity, oaitscs the I ivcr lo throw
W:i Irian on: lo Iwo ounce* of bile each timo llie
Mood misses through it, as long there Is an ex
. . cess of bile; and the effect tit even a feu- doses
LG h|ton yellow complexion or a brown dirty looking
i-.s<in, will astoni !t - ' v !io try it-?they being ll;j
m Ilirst symptoms to di .-.;>r.?\-r. Hie cure of all liili
is diseases and I 'wer complaint i. made > ertain
? tal lug I! ki-11 in*.! i? accordance w iih i'irectiotis.
y nl ?ad.ichd i> gem ral y < I in twenty minutes,
I .aid lib disease thai . I .->< ? Ij die tivci i ail cxi.t
I " R< fl.XJ A t A SUBSTITUTE FOR .PII-LS
lUY ALL IMIUC?IS 1
Price 2.5 ?and $1.00
l?JI The facility ?.r CoiKtimptiori rr T!i-r>..t aid
fijjjl.it.ia Diseases. \ hii !i sw ? ,? to Ilm crave j t leust
F' oue.third of all ?Ich!i's vb .i:..-. ftri ? s_ from t!.j
^?1 Opiuiti or Morphine treatment, which simply slti
jms itefics as the.w?>rk ofdeath g cs km. ,ooowill
"j be pa! I ifOliitaa or Mori hine, or any |" -i?nati< n
Olofl Ipitita, Mori .- <>r l*ru A< '. l.caii fouad
VI la the i iLum: ri rtv. it ('?>? ..'t Kvia -.". id' h has
Lfi.' are 1 lieoplo wlio arc living lo-rl; y v.it!, but ? ?
F*]rcmai:i. ig litttr*. ?r'c: t-r wrong <? u be ?!.-. e
ultima lo: y t'.i.a (.'m.&umpiion Is iiicund.'.c. 'I I s
< '.t. .mi i'l <??.. Ci>V< :> f > Kl l" v -i ' ill ' it v.h? -i
ft t ! - U rt ic itis It -ef. V.M. A' ?.. t < 's. C< .. ':.
3 Asthsi.i. |:ionc!:i:-i,nn Ii I ?Kr? ?. of tin t!.j. .t
M ,i 1-. ? .. j:-..d ihe i- liiici'u!. ?t the ?
VVJ Alex.:n<:' t II. Sia-phi is, lb ?\ SiatiS r.nd I'.s Ooi
i.a -to ?.t t .... lion. ib.t. I' ..!???>. : . \ve!t :..
t\} l!io:jt>ro: i<r icmarUsbleft es in *-.:r bi-ol:?frc:
???} tbvtlttt!ict'-t::4t -nal be ?antviact I t" : t .f
1 ? i \\.:."t lo'b: > ritl y it i i be I / t:.til.g fat
% ? ? . ri.t>\vi-'? Canal S\: i .?.
? ! 'l.'rM'I'r.'V; if 1 di :? : i for. r??re Throat.
J i ice
?, du ? .ii ?I * >na ..
i'<?r J.-!-- ty i.'l Dr>ig,isu
tL L.'J t- .) v t.^-_s j Vj.riisV'
rave'ml lahc-i rre i.i.-nte in llie trcatmcnl ef all
?TJ .!,...,,? ii. t.in pol-., ii ill the blti.'d. Not
s. j . ia rase of S-rt.fuhi, Sy|il-.itis, White Swelling,
.1 .. :*??.-....!:*... 1 . ?? .- , Iii a thuusnml,
U' i> ii>-.it.t. itliou; die i;s.' t.l Meiniry in some form.
C Mercury rots l i- > s. ;'tnl li e ?Siscates it pro.
jS dud . trc woi ? itiaii . ..y icher llnd r.l blood or
?l^ Iskin ?Iis r.so am I ?. I Jit. I'ttMliei von'hStii tJ-i
" I c.i A .-r (.) mn'? Or I ?.: i is tin ' ? Iii? i ir.e
laShipn i ? ??? Ii ?' hi pe of i . \ i .? lu i.t '"nl..,; y.
? 11 i.ti.?! .".!?.n t;i:? ': ? < ? ci : II st-.'giS, can liu
ruaso.i.d.lv f. .:?!..!.. i l!i:tt will i. . t t'.-iv :r.
|.?^' i .?.1?? ?*!l be p.ild by the pi ort? tor* if AI icury,
ml .|??r rny i.;<tie.iiei.l net purely ??? g? !:.blc lia'J li.irtr.
fcN'le i etil I .
ry-/ i'.:. - all nnig$ists fi.ro.
*? ?* i i "i omt I-1 ?>tva? i "i ml S. itei1 nr.t! Mpiu : : i'
r? I Httr.-Tttia roitu?n Ltvttt t ?> sal', by all I in?
fj,,i . , .? ?
t| I A. F. LISRnELL ti CO.. riopnekra,
IS EXTENDED BY
? x SORENTRUE
Besides my well selected Stock of
annpi7i^Ti7Q dry goods cloi
vjIaVJOJL^LIIJLjO, ing, Boots and Shoes
Will now make ft specialty in
A AT1.PT TE
With or without extension, 2, .1 and 4 Eights. Lamps all sizes, ami any
part of a Lamp sold at Manufacturer's prices. a call aud examina
tion is solicited at the
OA.LIFORXI A STORE OTP
J. I. SORENTRUE
E X T W E E K
The subscriber will have, in addition to his already crowded Stock, a
full supply of goods from which
Cnu make his selection of presents for both the Little Ones and the Old
folks. All who arc in search of Holiday Presents
My Establishment where you will lind a large assort meat of Books, Sta
tienery, Vii >es, Toilet St Its, Cups, Saucers, Chrouio3, &c. A Iso a line assort
ment of Silver Ware, Jewelry an I Watches, at prices cheaper tha.i they
can he purcha.e 1 els ;\i here in
Don't fail to give nie a call before purchasing your C hristmas and New
J i ar'a Presents
AIV I) MAKE
Your wives, husbands, mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, sweethearts and
the little ones happy. Renu mber the place, for Old Santa Claus* will make
HIS HE3 AB QUARTERS
For lhe*'*oiidaya this year
KIHK KOIJINSON'S ROOK'STOIIR.
A. M. 1ZLAIL AGT.
At Brigffiaani^'s Old Stand
Call and get your Hot Meals, Fancy Drinks and Fiue Cigars, Come
early and order your
Oyster Stew, Oyster Fry, Chic ken and Bice, 11am nad Rice,
Beefsteak and Rice, Saussage and Rice, Hams and Eggs,
Coffee, A'c., &e.
Having obtained a 1 itsl ( lass lUtdunrnnt Cook, I pie pa re evrythiug
in Nice Style. C 11 and satisfy your uppetite. Everything put down at
Bottom Prices. aug '29, 1879
. C. PIKE
3 OLD STAND
Is pmared to serve his many customers during this year, as in the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
We have en 1 and a Large and well Assorted
S T 0 C Iv O I*1 G 0 0 D S
With Polite and Experienced CIjIOS?. I?S to show them.
I am making preparations to haudle]a'.l of the Best Orales of
PHOSPHAETS AND ACIDS.
1 respectfully ask the continuance of the Liberal Patronage so. gene
rously bestowed in the past.
&a>" Highest Muikt-t Price paid for ?11 ? untry Produce.
.). c. r I K E
H. S. RENNEKER,
CORNER RUSSELL iV. BROUGHTON STS.,
Will keep constantly oh hand the following goods :
Coffees Bacon, anned Salmon,
T"as, Strips, " Lwhsters,
Sugars, Hams, " Mackerel,
Flour, Lard. " Oysters,
Crist, Butter, " Tomatoes,
Meal. Soap. " Green Peas,
lli.ro, Starch, " Corn licef,
AH of the above articles 1 guarantee lobe FRESH, and will sell them
vs LOW us the LOWEST lor the cash. Call and examine my Stock anil
prices before you pun base.
Always keep on hand a full supply of
LIQUOHS, WINKS AND CIGARS.
Tho Celebrated "Oakley Bitters."
Persons who arc fill fieri ng from Indigestion and who are liable to Chills
and Fcv< r, Dyspepsie, and all the attendant evils of a Deranged Stomach
will lind a certain aud speedy remedy in the use of the above Tonic,
H. S. RENNEKER.
TWO DOORS EAST OF D E SMOAK & CO
Constantly on hand the finest Brands of
LIQUORS AND CIGARS
My Restaurant *a always supplied with Fresh Oys
ters Fish B -ef Ham and Eg2:S Pork
and in fact everything Else the Market affords, aud served
up in the very best Style on the shortest notice.
A. M. BRIGGMANN,
oct3 1879 ly
Would inform his customers and the public in general
SANTA CLA.US AND CHRISTMAS
Has arrived, and will make his Headquarters at my Store,
n rigg.Manis:\s old stand,
With a full Stock of the Einest Candies, comprising SWEETHEARTS of
all Sizes and Shapes and for both SEXES, and will be sold
according to their SWEETNESS. Raisins,
Currents and Citrou enough to
supply th i County.
M ince Meat and Sweet meats, of the Best Quality and to suit everybody.
Eruit and Nuts of all sorts, not to speak of the
KKttSII GRO CERIES
F ine ( ignis ni d Tobacco. Besides ?II this I am prepared to ICE and OR
NAMENT everybody's CHRISTMAS CAKE, or make the
Cake to Order at the Lowest Figures.
Call before buying elsewhere. JOSi TT.TvOi"?,
Come ! Come !! Come !!! Come !!!!
Ye men a d maidens great and small,
The youmr, the old, the. gay ami all
To WALKERS GROCERY repair,
And get al you wish for, there.
His TEA and COFFEE can't be beat,
His SUGAR is sincerely sweet,
His BACON and his HAMS are nice,
And bold always at the LOWEST TRICE,
No other kind you'll ever chew,
It his TOBACCO meets your view,
And all will bless their happy star*.
Who chance to smoak his tine SEGARS.
And if you'd feel his sovereign power
Just try his new delightful FLOUR.
Since he a GRO( ERY has begun,
Flu GOODS are all A NUM BER ONE,
Then leH it to the.voting and idd
He will not e'er be UN DLR SOLD.
Stay not to hear some boastful talker,
But call ami get your GOODS from \vai>k t? 11
Wait not until you all get poorer,
Come und he served by AU L. MOOR ER,
nn ho. to his cordial country friends,
A GENER/I L invitation sends.
And WARREN GARDNER too, solicits
Your kind attention and your visits,
And A. B. WALKER boss of all,
higns his greeting to the call.
A 13 WALKEf?
<I Im in pi on troeer of Modern Time?.
The Gullet Gin Branch Factory,
ATTg ?STA. GA.
0. M. STONE & CO., GENERAL AGENTS.
Te supply the increased demand f?r the IMPROVED GULLETT
GIN. GIN FEEDER and CONDENSER, Brauch Works have been
established in Attgusta, orders will be filled promptly aud satisfaction
guaranteed to purchasers.
Ijins Repaired by skilled Workmen.
Wc have Tcctimouials from Cotton Dealers in every Seciiou which
prove the Superiority of the Gullett Gin over all others.
We are Agents for BIG EL ) STEAM ENGINE. Mounted or
Stationer, with titL-er Vertical or Horizontal Boiler, Economizer Engines,
Screw und Lever Cotton Presses, Saw ami Grist Mills, Buflbln Scales, &c.
Write for Circulars and Price List.
Address o ]St STOjSTK & CO
feb 21 A'otvni Facsors, Augusta, Ga.
IT IS TRUE!
That Im selling tho PUREST and FINEST GRADES of
For LESS MON EY than any other Store in Town.
1 keep a large assortment of CHEWING and SOKIMG TOBAC
( OS including the only GENUINE DURHAM Smoking Tobacco sAld.n
this Market, and the ' OLD LOG CABIN;" which is the Finest Braud of
Chewing Tobacco ever Manufactured . Also a fine assortment of CHOICE
CIGARS, including the celebrated %M)0> the finest 5 cent Cigar ever sold
TlIE GROCERY I>EPAltTMENT
Is crowded with c hoice fresh GOODS which I am selling at incredible
LOW PRICES. A Speciality made in FLOUR, which, in its white
ness and excellence cannot be surpassed.
All that is necessary to prove the truth of the above stateraant is to
call and examine for yourselves.
James Van Tassel, Agt.
f-rpt 20 1878? mar lb' At Midler's Old Stand.
D. A . S A I N ,
IN TUR TOWN OK
"Would respectfully inform his flieudl rnd the public generally tha*
has just received a full stock of
Dry Goods, (rRO ERXES, TOBCCOs and
SKOAUS, l.flilUOS BOTH FOREIGN and DOMESTIC,
All of which ho is offering at BOTTOM PRICES,
d A. SAIN