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LIVING IN QUIET.
A rule for living happily with
others is to avoid having stock .sub
jects of disputation. It mostly hap
pens, when people live much together,
thai they come to have certain, set
topics, around which, from frequent
dispute, there is such n growth of;
angry words, mortified vanity and the
like that the original subject of differ
once becomes, n standing subject for
quarrel, and there is a tendency in all
minor disputes to drill down to it.
Again, if people wish to live well to
gether, they must not hold too much
to logic, aud suppose thai everything
is to be settled by sufllcieut reason.
Dr. Johnson saw this clearly with
regard to married people when he
said: ''Wretched would be the pair
above all means of wretchedness who
should be doomed to adjust by rea
son, every morning, nil the minute
details of the domestic day.''
THE FINEST RESIDENCE IX AMERICA
Flood, a California millionaire, is
building w hat will, il is said, be the
IInest private residence in America.
The grounds include 1,500 acres on
San Francisco bay, comprising a
natural park ready for improvement
to any desired extent. The house is
100 by 200 feet iu area, and resembles
a French chateau of the ohl style.
Verandas surround it. and the roof is
broken with many gables and two
towers 110 feet high. The entire ex
terior is very ornate. Among the
apartments are several parlors, music
rooms, library and wine room, the
latter being of uncommon size. The
dining room is 100 feet long, so thai
great dinners may be given in it.
.Most of it can be shut oil', leaving a
room of comparatively small size for
ordinary use. Five years will be eon
sinned in completing the house and
its surroundings. .Mr. Flood also
contemplates n city residence of cor
responding magni licence.
A sensible writer expresses hi.^
opinion of ohl maids in lite following
manuer: "I am inclined to think
that tunny of the satirical aspersions
cast upon old maids tell more to their
credit than is generally imagined. Is
a young woman remarkably neat iu
her person, she will certainly be nil
old maid. Is she perfectly reserved
toward the oilier sex, she has all the
sqiicuutishncss ofan old maid. Is she
frugal in her expenses and exact ill
her domestic concerns, she is cut out
for an old maid. If she is kindly
humane 16 Ihe animals about her,
nothing can save her from the appel
lot ion of an ohl maid. In short, I
have always found that neatness,
modesty; economy and humanity are
the lieverfailing characteristics of
thai terrible creature."
There is one thing thai yet re
mains for Orangeburg to do to com
plete the round of amusements for
the season, and that is a baby show.
You have but to ask of the mothers
of Ornngeburg :uid vicinity, and they
will take the greatest pleasure in
showing their darlings?a sight, in
deed, that angels would delight in.
lovely innocence! Lei them (the
mothers) bring out the little folks
from one month old to three years
old, and assemble them in one grand
mass meeting, on the Court House
Square, and in vi ju everybody and the
old bachelors, in particular, to >ce
tin.' prettiest sight Ihe human eye
The 'J'nrboro (N. ('.) Southerner
, says: Subscribing for a newspaper
isa simple matter of business. When
the paper ceases to be worth the sub
scription, slop it. Many subscribers
subscribe for a newspaper with the
air of a person who is bestowing u
favor?of paving money for which
they received no equivalent. The
newspaper man does not so regard it.
He feels confident thai he gives a
quid pro quo. a full consideration.
His capital is invested in the enter
prise, and from it he expects to eke
out a living. He is as much entitled
to pay as ihe merchant for his goods.
A splendid work was done nt the
recent Southern Ibiptist Convention
towards the endowment of the South
ern Ibiptist Theological Seminary.
Able speeches were made on 1 he sub
ject by Drs. Royceand Rroaddus.
F.x-Gov. Joseph K. Brown of Georgia
gave #00,000 in cash. Another
gentleman contributed .$2,00(1 and,
beside* ibis, some $10,000 was col
-mj m mv ?
According to a special dispatch lo
the Chicago Tribune, General (Irani,
w ho is now in Galena, bus expresst d
himself to a friend there as being
thoroughly confident of his nomina
tion at Chicago, adding in a 111*??t
determined lone and manner, "If I
am nominated I shall be elected, loo."
When President Polk died he left
his entire estate to his widow: al her
death to the most worthy person
bearing the Polk name, ihe Slate of
Tennessee holding it in trust lor the
inheritor, and hav ing to decide w hich
il shall be. .Mrs. Polk still survives,
as is well known iu Nashville.
"Henry." said his wife, with a chil
ling severity, "I saw you coining out
of a saloon, this afternoon.'* "Well,
my darling.'' replied the heartless
man. uyOU wouldn't IniVC yottl hus
band staving in a saloon a'! day
the theological seminary.
At the meeting of the Board of
Directors of the Theological Semi
nary, which have been in session in
Columbia for t lie past few days, Uov.
J. L.Gimrdeait, I). D., tendered his
resignation us Professor 'of Didactic
and Polemic Theology. The Hoard
requested him to withdraw his re
signation, but he insisted upon it. und
they reluctantly uceepted it.
In consequence of this resignat ion
the exercises of the institution were
suspended until the Hoard can lill
A gentleman writes thai as he was
passing through an Kurdish castle
he saw these old lines in the nursery.
They had "given /.est'* t<> bis subse
quent life, and perhaps may be of
use to some one else:
''Somewhere between sunrise and sunset,
Two golden hours,
Lach set with sixty diamond minutes.
No i ewst I'll is ollcrod,
As they are gone forever-"
About $200,000 has been invested
in Orange County, Ca.,by new set
tins within the past twelve months
Stick to those who stand by you,
and never go bach on ;t rial hot
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Tti - iv ? comjil 'to Kl.tnoy .ipeclile.
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tiou ot Urine, Niyitt rSwcata, In Ins
?ra you a Sufferer?
If sr>, try ??!.?> Oottlo ? f Hit-; \ nlual>l<
Ei TSlf hieilletiie, ami yet relleL no luimbiift
i I jery, ???> titTi-piloti, ni.iile by r*'S|h,?
i Id |uirili s fi-.iii ilrncs Hint ha?
Ihm a Um.wu for years loom i-.- i thy
slclnns in sueelUea tor auy <>t auovt
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THE BROWN CHEMICAL CO
l>. iTIiarp St., Daltur.orc. MJ.
For Soys and Cirls
The former prepared for College or
Rusincss; and the latter given a
i borough ('ourse.
Tkiims run Month:
I nteriuediale and advanced lOug
lish..'. 2 50
Latin ami Crock: (each extra).. 50
Li her til discount made for two or
more from a family.
Session commences (each year)
September 1st., am! closes (each
year) duly 1st.
STILUS K. M KLI.K IIA All',
Priiiei| >n I.
JULIAN a. SALLKV,
.MISS F. L. MKLLICIIA.MP,
.M usic Teaeher.
NEVER FAILS TO
?r^JL-Av .iIV|;i, ciiMpli VINT,
A Vv^J^/4\ c onstip a ti ox,
OR LI \ i It CUKE l or ad diseases of
the liver, skiii, bowels, stomach, and kb!
neys, it lias no cipinl. It is daily use by
the iisnuds, :i!l ever I he country, who'volun
tarily lesify to its met its. It is entirely
vigelnlde, perfectly harmless, an.1 emir
taken by | ersousof ad ages, 'fry it once,
and \ mi u i i mil regrel ii.
Sample I ottles ami package, 2~i runts.
Lai- e h? tih s. - I; large package, ">'i cents.
Sold ev? rvw here.
UOWI - a MOISK,
r-'idc /'loprietors, Charleston, s. <'.
For rale by Dr. J. <!? Wtmutiiuaker.
npr'l ;i run
1" A LEITEN DA IIL
ix or a f*:noi:MAkku,
l>es|ii'etfiilly informs his customers and
the public generally, thai In- has just re
ceived :i tuP rlock of the very best Mat ?
rial mul Latest Styles, Just suited for
Spring and .Summer, which will be made up
in any style at from S.'t MMo I ?'><) tor JShoei
and (laiters, Uodls from !?7 up.
Uepairing done in the neatest manner
and on the shortest notice.
1 also keep constantly on hand a lull
Slock of Leather, La-Is. Pegs, Awls,
Thread and all other Material used in this
Having many years experience in the
business, 1 guarantee satisfaction in my
: work mid prices. A trial is >oliciteJ.
r., 1 will not he responsible for work left
i with me longer than three months.
j' A leiten da i il,
fob 27 j\
ICE CREAM ICE CREAM
(x O O 1") IST 17] W S !
ICE CREAM AND REFRESHMENT SALOON !
Slop ami refresh yourself, and then carry Homo home in a neat little patent lee
Cream bag, for your W ife, Sisters, Cousins and Aunts, ami Sweetheart included.
OIRASTGEBTJIRG ICE HOUSE
lee for sale in any quantity. Send Hope or Hag to save expenses.
I tun still keeping the linest assortment of
Oranges, Lemons, ami Nuts of all descriptions, cheaper than anywhere else.
Som.Qth.ing ITqw in. DEIoviselceepii*
Dentcated Cocoon, also fresh Oaisins, Currants, Citron. Canned Goods, Fine Cigars,
and Smoker's Articles. <"atl etiee and you will call again.
' At Briggninun*a Old Stand,
M. ALBRECHT, AGT.
ONE 1)0011 WEST OF
? M M SAIN
Respectfully informs the PUBLIC in general, that he has opened a
FI 11 ST-CLASS*
Winch he will keep SUPPLIED with the BEST GOODS that can he had
in the United States. All of which I propose to pell at the LOWEST
POS 1 I LE PR 11 ES, ai.d guarantee satisfaction to all who favors nie with
their patronage. . apl 'J, 188J?Gin
KEROSENE STOVES! . KEROSENE STOVES !'.
The Undersigned would call the attention ef the Ladies of Omngcburg and Vicinity
tu his k i : iu )si:\ k st< >v i;s
livery housekeeper feels the want of something that will Cook the daily food, which
will do away with the excessive heat for the .Summer Months, of a Cook Stove. Von
wish lo Economise! It costs you less by one half as much to Cook your food with
a Koros? no Stove as it does by a wood tue, ami again, where Ladies nre compelled lo do
so much of Ihe cooking themselves to get anything lit local, also to avoid the great
trouble wc have with -crvants, Kerosene Stoves lire just the thing, especially for small
families. They will Cook, Itoil, Fry, and do anything that u Cook: Stove will do. luv
Lady can cook oi! them ;;!! day without soiling her Culls. Due trial will convince the
TO T11K P0.riBL.iC IX <iS^B4RAB,.
Always on hand, Cook Stoves from ihe Pest Manufacturers only, Wood and Willow
IV a re. I .amp- ami < 'rockery, and by far the largest ami best stock of 'Fin \V ? \\>q ami
House furnishing Conds in Oraiigcburn County. All of which will be sohl low for
cash. Call and sec for voursvlves.
N. 1!.? Itoolim.', Guttering and Repairing done a.- usual. The only tight Tin Itoofs
in Orangeburg arc those 1 put on. W. W.
mar '*'> 1SS0 ly
EIRE IMSTJItANCE AGENCY
Ca pi till represented 'over
lu Sound and Reliable Companies?viz:
1 iverpool & London ev Globe, Georgia Home, Fire Association, St. Paul
Fire A' Marine, Continental of York, Petersburg Savings ami
M?sl of Mice Companies have inel Losses in this Town and Comity, ami have paid
them promptly and fairly. Hoin't risk von r property without Insurance, it is money
well spent. The following Letter speaks for it-elf.
ORANOKRURCi, S. C, February 13th, 8SS0.
Ml! KIRK ROlllXSOX, IXSURAXCJi A OK XT:
Dkau Sin?1 take pleasure in recommending your Fire Insurance Agency t" the
Citizens ol < Irangohurg County for Promptness and Fair Dealing; and at the sam<- time,
acknowledging the receipt of Seven Hundred ami Sixty Dollars from the Liverpool .v
London a* (Mobo Insurance Company, paid to no-this day. lor damages caused to mv
house, in ihr Town of (Irangeburg, S. ('., b\ lire, which occurred on ihe ?_'i>th Jaimarv,
ISS0. This is ihe whole amount claimed by me, and is paid by your Company without
dispute as lo the claim. Your-: very truly, !>. LOUIS.
Thanking the pe'dje for past patronage, 1 would respect fully solicit a continuance
of t In- same, and (an xssiire those who favor me with their lus'trance, (hat 1 will always
idler them safe and reliable Companies.
Insurance Agon', and Agent lor the Farmers Aid Association.
PLOW STOCKS. PLOWS, IIOKS, SIIOVKLS, SPADKS, kv.
And a compb tc Slock of
hi v T> Fk\T7 i 1>1^ ?UNS. PISTOLS, CUTLKRY, POWDKR
UAlVJJ ? A l\Vj* SHOT, CAPS, CARTUIDUKS, &c.
6rty uf the almve HOODS will 1? -old at OLD PRICKS notwithstanding the
recent AliYANCK on all articles in the above line.
Tlie Light Running Remington Sewig Macliine
The I1F.ST and the Oil KAPHST Sewing Machine manufactured.
1 5t'i >J 11 1'illlg of all kinds in my line done at the shortest possible notice.
ian 10; 1S80. P. (j. ( > A X N 0 X 0
H. S. RENNEKEm
CORNER RUSSELL xv. BROUGIITON STS.,
Will keep constantly on hand the following goods :
('oflees Bacon, mined Salmon,
T'-as, Strips, " Lobsters,
Sugars, 11 a ms, " Mackerel,
Flour, Lard, " Oysters.
Grist, Butter, " Tomatoes,
Meal, Soap. " Oleen Peas,
Rice, Starch, " Corn Beef,
AH of the above articles 1 guarantee lobe FRESH, and will sell them
us LOW as the LOWEST for ihe cash. Call and examine my Slock and
prices before you purchase.
Always keep on hand a full supply of
IJQUOHS, WINES!AND CIGARS.
The Celebrated "Oakley Bitters."
Persons who nre suffering from Indigestion and whonre liable to Chills
and Fever, Dyspepsia, and all the attendant evils of a Deranged Stomach
will find a certain and speedy remedy in the use of the above Tonic.
W Agct for the fc?PI3IUa5C'riOfl WINDOW CI.13AlVJBlt."J
GO. L CORNELSON
The UNDERSIGNED would respectfully inform the PUBLIC that ho is every day
To Ids already LARGE STOCK, in nil the different BRANCHES, and that thesame
will he disposed of at his old "MOTTO," "LARGE SALES aud SMALL PROFITS."
1 mil also receiving now and have in Store, the following popular BRANDS of
ETI WAN GUANO, ATLANTIC FERTILIZER,' ATLANTIC ACID,
KAM IT or POTASH SALT
Which will be sold at LOWEST PRICES.
1 have also been appointed .1gent for
B. F- Avery's & Sons, Louisville, Ky.
(The LARGEST PLOW nnd AVA?OX M ANUFACTORY the
Worldi mill have received a lot of their ONE, TWO and THREE JlOItSF; WAGONS,
also PLOWS, (.live me a call and see lor yourstdves.
GEO, H. CORNEL.SOIV.
J. C. PIKE
samp: old stand
Is prepared to serve his many customers during this year, as in the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
We 1 :ivc on hand aj Large and well Assorted
S T O CK OF GOODS
With Polite and Experienced CKjE I?. ICS 1? show them.
I'ani making preparations to handlejail of the Best Grades of ?
PH?SPHAETS AND ACIDS.
I respectfully ask the continuance of the Libcial Patronage ao, gene
rously bestowed in the past.
fi?jr Highest Markst Price paid for all iuntry Produce.
J. C. PIKE
Come ! Come !! Come !!! Come !!!!
Ye men a d maidens great and small,
The voting, the old, trie pay and nil
To WALKER'S GROCERY repair,
And gut al you wish for, there.
His TEA and COFFEE can't he beat,
11 is Sl"(i Alt is- sincerely sweet,
His BACON aud his HAMS ore nice,
Ami sold always at the LOWEST PRICE,
No other kind ymi'll ever chew,
If his TOBACCO meets your view,
And all will bless their happy stars.
Who chance to smoak uis tine SEGA RS.
And if \*>11'?1 leel Iiis sovereign power
?lust try his new delightful FLOUR,
simc he a GROCERY has begun,
NisGOODSnrc all A NUMBER ONE,
Then tell it to the young ami old
lie will not e'er be UNDER SOLI).
Slav imt to hear some boastful talker,
But call and get your GOODS from W A T jTC E
Wait imt until von all get poorer,
('..me ami be served by Ali L. MOOBLHi,
W bo. to his cordial country friends,
A GENERA L invitation sends.
An.I WARREN GARDNER too,solicits
Your kind attention and your visits,
And A. II. WALKER boss of all,
igus his greeting to the call.
A. B WALKER
C'lituiipion Grocer oT Modern Times.
The Gullet Gin Branch Factory,
0. M. STONE & CO., GENERAL AGENTS.
Te supply the increased demand for the IMPROVED GULLETT
GIN, GIN FEEDER und CONDENSER, Brauch Works have been
established in Augusta, orders will be filled promptly and satisfaction
guaranteed to purchasers.
ilitis Repaired by skilled Workmen.
Wo have Teetimouials from Cotton Dealers in every Sectiou which
prove the Superiority of the Gullett Giu over all others.
Wc arc AgeuU for LUGE 1/) STEAM ENGINE, Mounted or
Stationer, with either Vertical or Horizontal Boiler, Economizer Engines,
Screw ami Lever Cotton Presses, Saw and Grist Mills, Buflblo ScaleJ, &c.
Write for Circulars and Price List.
Address O ]S1 SrPOiNrj^ & CO
ich 21 ^Cotpiu Fncsors, Augusta, Ga.
IT IS TRUE!
That [tu selling the PUREST and FINEST GRADES of
For LESS MONEY than any other Store iu Towu.
I keep a large assortment of CHEWING and SOIvIMG TOBAC
COS including the. only GENUINE DURHAM Smoking Tobacco soldin
this Market, and the 'OLD LOG CA IHN," which is the Finest Brand of
('hewing Tobacco ever Manufactured . Also a fine assortment of CHOICE
CIGARS, including the celebrated ?OCMhe, finest 5 cent Cigar ever sold
THE (JROCERY DEPARTMENT
Is crowded with choice fresh GOODS, which I am selling at incrodible
LOW PRICES. A Speciality made in FLOUR, which, in its White
ncss and excellence cannot be surpassed.
All that is necessary to prove the truth of the above statement is to
call and examine for yourselves.
James Van Tassel, Agt.
sept 20 isi*Lv?mar io' At M?ller'? Cid Staad.