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ONE DOLL All PER ANNUM. J> GOD A.ISTT3 Ml/R CO UISTT "M"V ? ALWAYS l5 ADV AN
yoLUME yjt ? THURSDAY MORNl^, AUGUST 35. 1881 NUMBER 28
Now that llio holiday season is
over and everything has gone pros
perous and happj; every one better
?ff, and a bright fertile year ahead,
at no period in the history of our
business life have wo been so thor
oughly prepared to meet the wants
of the trade and the requirements of
the people, as we are now. Wo shall
continue to place upon our counteis
from day to day, bnigains in every
aud shall nlways'be found using our
best endeavors* to prevent extortions
and uphold the CASH SYSTEM.'
Our entire stock is now offorod at.
We ask 3011 to call and inspect our
Wo guarantee to please as to
quality ani price.
Look caif fully over this list of a
few articles mentioned :
Gents 1 Hose, white, 5 and 10 c.
solid colors 12"
double heel et toe 12-'
Ladies hose, white, 8, 10, 12":.
?? striped, 10
solid colors, 123
" balbi'iggau, 15
" " finest quaU
i. hibireo's hose, colored, 5, 8, 10, 12'
Ladies Oaunilets, dark co'ors, '10 e.
'? Berlin gloves, embroidered
" kid glove*, A buttons, "best
Ganls buckskin gloves, lined 75
" driving '* 30
X)erby suiting; 10.
Cashmeres, beautiful colors; 103
Merino*, beautiful colors, \'?
flannels, red, while and bitte, 25 to
]?1 I m;.-. cry pretty,*30 0
1 ?dies Hoods, new stvles. -10
i>ooki[)^ Glasses, bureau size, $1
" ex tra large $1.50
" oval frames 00 and
Silver plated lea spoons, ?1 25.
Table " 1.75
" Forks 1.75
Glass Setts, handsome, 4 pieces, 50
Glass Preserve Stands, 00
Goblets, 75 ct per doz
Tnmblars, OOJet per doz
Lamps from 25 to 75 els
Large assort in cut La die?, Gents
and Children's Shoes from the finest
to the cheapest,
Mcu and Boys Hats, 40, 00, 75, 1 00
1.25 to $3
Men and Boys Caps from 25 to 50
Fancy Box Paper, J'.nvelopes and
Agent for the Largest Tobacco
Factory in the United States, v.c
ofTer bargains in this Hue.
Agent for Manufacturers of Soaps
and Concen rated Lye, we defy com
We have the Largest and Cheap
eet Stock of
BROOMS AND BASKETS
in the Market.
Agent for the Ct leb rated Town
These Powders, have slood the Test
by the best Chemist, and pronounced
PURE, when bought in cans. Prof.
Molt, the Leading Chemist of the
World, says the worse adulterations
occur when Powders ate sold lot..sc or
in bulk. Remember Ibis and get
TOWN TALK from Headquarters
Your tittention is asked to the re
duction in our CARPETING, put
down to 25, 35, 10 cents.
Pocket Knives from 5 cts. to $2..
Buggy Whips, 25, 50,75 cts., SI,
$1 25 ;f 2.
C. D. KORTJOIIN.
??~ Always norice this COLUMN
OruuReburg ltupiitst Associ?
AxTiocii Cnuitcn, July, St), 1S81. -
Editor Orungcbury Times:
The Union Mooting of the First
Division of the Ornngoburg Baptist
Association, inet this day with
Autiooh Baptist Church.
The Introductory sermon was
preached by Rev. I. D. Priekctt, from
Exodus 14th eh., l?tk vor.
In the absence of the Moderator,
the Clerk organized the Union.
Ollicers elected for the present
session. Rev, R. Parley Moder
ator, .S. M. Kern merlin. Clerk, who
are to serve till another election.
Prayer-meeting Saturday morning
by brother Win. M. (1 atl'ney; preach
ing by Rev. E. II. ('raves.
The usual Committees reported,
which reports were adopted without
?Sinne important resolutions were
adopted? among them, the following,
Rksolvkd, That it is the sense of
this Union, that the loss, which
brother J. II. Felder has sustained
by lire, is a stroke of Divine Provi
dence, and we bow with reverence
before it, nlld tender to brother
hohler and family, our heartfelt
sympathy and prayers in their dis
Brother Fehler. as Treasurer,
stilted, l int amount of thirty-two tlol
jars and lifiy-fotir ($.12 5*1) cents in
his hands was all lost by I lie lire,
whereupon the Union immediately
raised sp.tJIJ f?t> in cash and pledges'
lor brother F., as Treasurer of the
Executive ('oinmitt :<?.
The.subject discussed, was, "What
is the best meane tu got momlirrs of
the churches to do their duty ? It was
discussed bv Rev. T. M. Gnlphiti
followed by Rev, 1. I). Priekett. The
Union then adopted the following:
Rksoi.vkd, That it is the sense of
this t'nior, that the/proper way to
got church members to do their duty,
is, to emphasize the importance of
con version, and then for the elder
members of the church, together with
the .pastor, to try and give tin* proper
beul to the ('od-ii:-.pile 1 impulse
given at coil version, and then bring
them into close sympathy with the
groat licart of the Gospel, Jesus
Christ. ? ?
Our next meeting will bo on Fri
day before the ?lh Sabbat h of OetO
bor, with the Four Holes Church.
Be v. F. II. G raves, to p rear Ii the
Inlrodtictory sermon, ami Rev. T. M.
Gnlphiti, the Charily sermon.
S. Mi Kk.m.m KKt.tXj Clerk.
OitAXfiicnritn C?i'Ntv, S. C.
litliinr Orunyebury Times:
The Union of the Second Division
of ihe Orangebiirg Bapt ist Associa
tion convened with the Bethany
Baptist('hurch on Friday before the
Oth Sunday in duly 1881.
The meeting opened with singing
and prayer, by Rev. W. II. Glealon.
'The former Moderator being ab
sent, on request, Rev. \V. II. Gleaton
acted Moderator, until ollicers could
Tlic body was called to order, and
the letters from the churches were
thou called for, and read, by Geo. E.
Bolen and It. <), Williams,
All the churches of said Division
wore represented save two.
The body then e'ected Rev. J. S.
IIay(leti Modern'or, and J. 1*. Smoak,
(Merk and Treasurer.
The Introductorysorinbh was then
preached by Rev. J. S. Haydcn, and.
closed by Rev! W. li. Gleaton.
The brethren then commenced
their business for the day, taking
hold of every thing that came before
them, as if they intended to do all in
theirpowci* for the Master's cause,
working bund in hand in everything.
Saturday morning, the mooting
was opened by the Moderator, with
singing and prayer, by Rev. \V. II
Gleaton, and then engaged in a pray
or-meeting, which was very interest
ing, con ducted by .1. li. Fulincr.
?The congregation was again tvd
dresscd by Rev. W. II. Gleaton, with
an able tit niton,
The" Union was then called to
order by the Moderator, and pro
ceeded to business.
The various Committees caine up
with their reports, all being
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, the
house was filled lo its utmost capaci
ty, and till engaged in a very interest
ing [irayeiMneetiiigj conducted by G
E. Bolcii, and W. II. Hullen.
The Missionary sermon was then
preached by Rev. W. F? Chaplin.
After this, the body was called
to order, and closed up all the busi
ness of the Union, and then sung one
of the sweetest songs of Zion, and
taking the parting hand, was ad
journed to meet with the Pleasant
Hill Baptist Church, on Friday be
fore the 5th Sunday in October next.
All those who wish to know how
pleasant it is for brethren to meet to>
gethor in the work of the Lord-, Would
do well to come and go along with
those brethren who are^vorking wHh
all their might in this Union, though
it is yet very young. By the aid of
Almighty God, it will make a telling
mark in this land, and may the
churches composing this Union set
forth with new zeal, and all work
together for the.glory of God.
Rev. J. S. Hayi>kn, Moderator.
J. 1*. Sm oak, Secretaryi
I fyou would make the heart use of
your time, look after the minutes.
Keep a strict account of every hour of
your time for a single week, setting
down the exact manner in - which
every hour is spent, and see whether,
when you come to review the record,
you do not Hud it full of admonition
and instruction. In this simple way
one cun readily understand the se
cret of his want of time. He will dis
cover that he has given hours to idle
talk, to indolence and to incpnsidur
iible tri lies, which have yielded him
neither profit nor pleasure. What is
the remedy? Arrange your work in
the order of its comparative impor
tance. Attend lirsf to the things
which arc essential to he done, and
let the u?essentials take their chance
afterward. The difference in the
amount of work accomplished will be
Tlic Suiail Boys ii^planai;??.
Sallic had invited her ''best young,
man" to the evening meal. Every
thing had passed off harmoniously
until Sal lie's 7 y< ar old brother broke
the blissful silence by exclaiming:
'Uh ma! yer oughter seen ?'r.
Lighted the other night, when he
called to take sis Sal to the drill; he
looked so nice, sittiu' 'long side of her
with his arm?'
'Fred!' screamed the maiden,
whose face began to assume the col
or of a well-done crab?quickly plac
ing her hand over the boy's mouth.
'Yer oughter seen him," continued
the persistent informant, after gain
ing his breath, and the embarrassed
girl's hand wan removed: 'he in d his
'Freddie!' shouted the mother, as
in her frantic attempt to reach the
boy's auricular appendage she upset
the contents of the teapot in Mr.
.Lighted'a lap making numerous
Prussiau war maps over "his new
'1 was just goin" to say,' the half
frightened buy pleaded, between a
cry and an injured whine, 'he bad his
'You boy!' thundered the father,
'away to the wood shed.'
And the boy made for the nearest
exit, exclaiming as he waltzed I was
only goin' to bay Mi'. Lighted had his
army* clothes ou and I'll leave it to
him if he didn't.'
And the boy was permitted to re
turn, and the remainder of t|ie meal
was spent i" explanations from the
family in regard to the number of
times Freddie bad to be 'talked to'
for using his lingers for a ladle.
Pete was a Kansas immigrant from
the .South, in which climate be bad
never seen weather sullicientlv cold
to form an icicle. The farmer he
hired out to gave Fete instructions
one day to go to the wood-shed and
loll .lake, a .Northern "nig," to re
move the icicles from the barn. The
word icicles staggered Fete. How
ever, be kept muttering the sentence,
"De eye syclos in do barn," until,
when he reached the woodshed, the
sentence was so inextricably mixed
that he stood for a few moments look
ing at .lake, expecting he might anti
cipate the message and relievo tIn
old man of his diiliculty. Finding
no relief in .lake's stare of inquiry lie
launched out with, "Look a hyar, you
Jake, de mass's tole nie to lole you,
dal you wor to?to?to?ar?to re
move de barnacles in de ice; you
hyar?" .Jala dropped bis ax, and.
scratching bis woolly pitte, queried,
??I).; what ides in de wharV "Didn't
1 tola yer as plain as your underlip,
tie bicycles from the yam?" "You
said nuliino'de kiiie; you said de
'obstacles in do ice bouse." "1 tell
you,'bigger, wot 1 tole you was de
'houssicals fi om do barnacles."
"Look a hyar, you Southern galoot,
yon is a whimsical and nonsensical
fool, an'you is gittiu1 too quizzical
tt> suit dis chile. 1 know wot you'a a
tlri viu' at; de mass'r tole you to tole
me to chop de wood darned quick,
an' dat's wot I'm a doin' an' don't
you forgot it." "Well, Jake, I knew
it wor somdln like dat, but brcss my
soul if I could jist git do exac' vo
EiUtor Or?ngeburg Timei ?:
' It has been truth fully asserted that
few Interior towns have developed in
material prosperity as Orungoburg
has, and the rapidity with which
attractive residences are being built
all over the town, testifies to '.he
thrift-, energy and prosperity of her
citizens. In order to fully itppre
ciute the growth and improvement of
the place, one must see for oncfolf.
II;ivingbusiness in y.our tbwii; which
detained hie there for several days, I
improved my leisure by "doing the
ei'y" of Oniiigebui'g, add 1 w:ls well
repaid for the time thus occupied.
It was my fortune t>> |?ut up at tlie
"Fairy Hotel'" (one of the foul'W-'H
kept establishments of i lie kind in
town), Mi*. J. W. Fairy IVoprieiorl
comfortable and airy rooms; and a
good table. A dinner, is not so much J
as the manner in which it is cooked
and served, and here VI s\ Fa try has
combined this requisite with txeel
ent fat re. The neat mris and cleauli
neis of the dinin ro i n." I it ? service
und the waiters. Show that Mr. Fiiiry
"knows how to keep a hotel." L'po'n
intpiiry, the fact vyas developed; that
Mr-, hairy j torsi ilia I ly superintended
the culinary depart nit tit, the 'fairies1
are proverbial lor having things their
own way. The courteous, and genial
couiUeStattcV: of '?ye landlord*'' nltond
ed us to tlte nhiiiiiiik.s, when \\u wi re
funveye.l to Who:'; tili- i'i'tiii horse
suoi'ted on his way to t he up-cmintry;
.May p.-O.speritV long attend your
T. A. H.
<1ibo Vac i lilt 1 ion '?'3<# ilSiiliy,
Bright?and e rly one morning a
midole-aged man, of anxious look
and much c?rp<?rosily; ended at a
Station house ii h? went for the 6i llo??r
of day wit It:
"Hal* we some sh mall-box in tlis
"I believe we have a sporadic case
or two" was the the reply.
jsi?^?|^2f? somepody half to get
<C_! . ?' fp*to keep in in avn\'T
'FveTy citizeti should protect him
?IIow many dimes was I get wac
cinatcd lokcepdpt shni:ill-bdx out of
mein house and .saloon?'
'Ob, I guess once will do."
'Once! Great shiniiny! no more
ash dul ! Shus! wait a mini; !'
Ilejorkid (..;'his coal ami pushed
up his shirl sleeves an 1 pointed to
four spotstin his left arm and live on
his l!i^h;;?:i 1 said:
?Foiir nntl live mnk.ea nine times
dot I was waccinatcd in four days!'
?1 low is I h it ?"
kiloW is'.i dot? Dot's vhat 1 likes
nivse'.f to know! I visas shttst read
ing about dat shiiiall box do odder
ilu,\ in der Sh imam itapers when two
inen vbalks in mine, saloon und says:
'Sharloy, doi;sbihttll box is all ofer
tlowii mi i you most be wacciiiatud'?r
der (loinmon Gooocil vliill ch-so you
ooj.'r" Sol was (vaccinated for two
shillingsuud y.\k:/\ class boor.'
'It \ has shust two hours in ore as a
man cotnos in und say lie vhas sent to
waci iiiate nio on dc odder arm, und 1
pa'v's him two .-iiill ligs it tie 1 class of
'Itelore iiiglii i\ man with spi'Ctu
clos comes in und says lie vita- sent
by ihn* I lealih I'oai'd to see dot 1
vims wucoinated. 1 show him two
blaces, but he shakes Iiis lieadt ami
s: ys: -Dot wacrination am too high
bop, und you yhill got der shiiiall
li x in dor hands,1 Den he imiices dot
oi.iee hero, und I gi\ e hin* I weitty-llvc
celiis und class of beer.'
?\ hell, in der course of foirr days
six more men coinos around! to wac
chiatc nie by order of dor Mayor, der
Gnfernor, dor lliesident, der I'oard
of Public Vorks, and I tloaii' know
vhat else, und efcry tiiho I bays two'}
Shillings und class of beer. Vheii I
vhas waccinatcd nine dimes l pegins
to pelieve I was a greenhorn, und
vhen der tenth man comes arouildt 1
hit him oil der head mit a puttie und
v hulksoafor to see you about it.
V has it all right ?'
'1 guess t he hoys were gulling yon.'
?Vim I ish dot?'
'W hy, you haven't really boon vac
cinated at ?Iii1
?No. and you'd better be vaccinat
'Waccinatcd again! Waccinatcd
dot^litncsl JSefer! Pefore I vhas
waccitinted den dimes 1 catches dor
sliiiV-itox und goes to pod mit him
allJnimirier! Dot's some close-pins
like I nin!'
The Philadelphia ClironMc speaks
of the perfume that arises from a
roast chicken as a fowl odor. Must
be a present from somebody. A
chicken scent by George.
IZdi'or Orunjebury Times:
Most readers will have noticed Ibe
incoherency in thy cominu n ieat i on of
last weck. I beliove'our friend Billy
must have heeii asleep when he took
page four instead of three of the
manu iseript in setting up, I have ac
cused Billy of setting type while
asleep before^ ?imt h*- ilitl hnt tteut/ it. I
e.illed on Skilirday to give Billy a
good--scolding, hull thought good
fellow :\-- he is, and it printer, who
will Work oh Saturday, shouldn't
he distu rhed, rind 1 forgi ve him for
transposing the pages;
M. L. B.
I'. S. ? I would hardly trust friend
B. to sei t his up, hut. il it? lo he sup
posed h" has forgotten all tricks ap
pertaining to the 1*. 1)., and is now,
hot only ja good fellow, hut a good
[We are h?t tobluinc fi r the trans
posing of the foiti'th and third pages61
Mr. B."s liianuiseript.The pages wtfre
no', humbi re I. Billy.J
A K.iliiry Wiill Uscil.
The old idergyinen of Massachu
setts had small salaries': yet they ac
complished more with little money
than many of their .\uceoss?ors with
milch' larger incomes. The lather of
t hief .1 us!Ite Fni sons was settled til
B\ del I. w t i an aunt a' salary of $280
ill1 had a large family of children,
three of whr.in liefsuht, through II a I'
ve rd College, and all receive;! an
excellent education, and occupied po
sitioiisofiiifhichci! in the world; A
sharper economy must have ruled in
ministers' households in those days
than ill these, ami every penny- must
have been put to good use.
Jonathan Edwards, the greatest
philosopher and theologian of our
c unity, had such a narrow income
that his great works, which will! him
a reputation in Europe, were written
6ii tlie hacks and ends of letters re
ceived from friends. lie could not
atiiud to huy paper for tlie purpose.
His daughters, who became distingu
ished K'i men; were all taught certain
at compli-.hnsents: by which, however,
they used td It ring something Into
the family treasury.
Ills o*.v:i Choice.
By teac hing a child lo rely in a
great measure upon Iiis own judgment
you do him an inestimable service.
Wc ought to encourage in all chil
dren, from the first dawn of reason, a
reasonable free will, which should be
exercised, whenever possible, in all
unimportant things, gradually be
coming more and more important as
reason and common sense increase.
Under due supervision, I would allow
a child to choose its own clothes, pur
suits, companions, subject to advice,
suggestioti, or a veto if necessary,
'mi still made to understand that lo
guide and control itself, to act anil
decide for itself, is not a crime to be
punished, but a duly of lifo to be fill
lilled every year more perfectly and
more wisely. And. above all, 1 would
teach children naver to lea it where
they can si find upright, never to ask
another person lo decide for them
what they can decide for themselves.
At all ages, and in all crises, if we
must act, let, us act without troubling
ot her people: if we must sutler?alas!
it. is hard to leach a child this, and
yet we ought-let us, as much as pos
sible, learn to.sillier alone without in
dieting nee.lie is pain upon Other peo
pie. 'This is sharp discipline, but by
its exercise we shall develop our chii
dreh into reasoning, thinking beings.
The MS.l'?r tfiTBuililciibniiV which is
now visiblo just above the eastern
horizon from .1 o'clock until daylight
each morning, is the most beautiful
Mar of the heavens. Those who
have not seen it will be fully repaid
for the i rouble of an early rise. It is
so la: go and brilliant that it sheds a
soft and mellow light almost as
bright as the now moon. This coles
: ial vikitor is how on the wane, and
i! w ill disappear this fall. It w ill not
reappear until after the lapse of three
hundred years, so that every person
who has an eye foii the beautiful,
should not lose this rare opportunity
of seeing this wonderful star during
iis present passage over us.? /?*?/
Some people are so nervous that they
cannot even rest assured.
A great man under the shadow of
defeat is t aught how precious tire tlie
uses of adversity; and, as an oak
tree's roots arc strengthened Ivy its
shadows, so .all defeats in a good
I cause are but resting places on t he
I load to victory at last.
An lliiiublc Printer.
A Dutchman-, sitting in tlie door of/
his tavern in the far West, is approa
ched by a tall, thin Yankee, who is
emigrating Wcs'Avard on foot, with a
bUhdle hung on a cane over hia
'Veil, Mister Talking Stick, vat
you vahtV inquired the Dutchman.
'Rest and refreshment,' replied the
'Supper and lotchin-,' I reckon?'
'Yes, supper and lodging, if y o?
'Pe ye a Yankee peddler, mid
ehewelry in vour pack to cheat dor
!No, sir, I'm no Yankee peddler.'
'A sihgiu' master, too lazytovork;'
'A shenteel shoemaker, vat loves td
measure der gal'si feet and hankies
bet' er tan ib make der shoes?'
'N-o, s-i-r, or 1 should have mend
oil in}- own shoes.'
'A book achent vot bodders d-ar"
school committees till they do vbt
you wish, elibost to get rid of you?'
'Guess again, sir; 1 am no book
'Ter tyefuls! A deutist, preakinfj
der people's jaw at SI d schnag, arid
runnin'oll'mit it daughter?'
'No, Sir; I it til no tooth puller.'
'Phcuologus, den?feeling der
young folks' beads like so mail* cnb
'.Nu; I am no phrenologist.'
'Yell, den, vat ter tyefuls can you
bo? ('boost tell; you shall have the
bestsassage for supper, and sday all
night, free gratis; mi tout .a ceitt$ afid
n chill of whisky tti sta: t b?t mit in
der morn in'.'
'J am an humble disciple of Fntist
?a professor hi* the art that pre
serves all arts?a typographer, at
'A printer; sir; a man that prints
books nud newspapers.'
'A man vot printsch no'oSepapers!
Oh. yaw, yaw ! ay, dat ish it. A marl
vat printsch noosepapers! yaw! yaw!
Valk up! A man vot printsch noose
j.-p ..^! i Ttnii i may uu hhoi, >r x
did not tinkyou vas a poor tyeful of
a dish trick schoolmaster who works
for maiding and boards 'round. I
tought yoii vas liiiri
When you have au inflamed eye. a
swelled hand, or decayed ami aching
tooth, you do not take and iill your
stomach with di'?gs to etire it, but up
ply a cooling lotion or some soothing
narcotic directly to the parts. So" if
you have a weak or lame hack, sore"
kidneys, profuse or scanty urine, or
the secretory system is clogged and
inactive, you should use I rof. Guil
melte's French Kidney Pad,* which is
a directly lbcal application, whtffl al
ways gives speedy relief and always
.nires the disease. Ask your drug
gist for it.
Aunt ?sthet' Had been trying td
persuade little Eddie to retire at sun
set, using as an argument that the
little chickens went to roost at that
time. 'Yes,' said Eddie, 'but the old
hen always goes with then);'
'?Oh Lord," prayed a TNfethodist
minister, "keep me humble and
poor." "Oh Lord, if Thou will keep
liiiii humble/' said the deacon who'
next prayed, "we wiil keep him poor.*'
The pebbles'in our path weary us,
and make us foot sore much more
than the rocks, which' require only a
bold elibrt to st.'rmount.
A disgusted prdhibrtiouist tele
graphs from Edgecom'be county:'
"Edgecoinb'e gone hell-bent for'
To get along well?Tig it deep*.
1 > ( > \\ R W Pi- Thousands o
l\ V/lJ IJXJj L/yrave? are annually
robbed of thvir victims, lives prolonged,
happiness undhealth'restored by the use
of liit- great
which positively and permanently eure?
linpoteney (eaiised by excesses of any
kind), .Seminal Weaklings, aiwf nfll diseases
that follow us a sequence of &clf-ah\ise,
loss of energy, loss of memory, fniversal
lassitude, pain the back; ilimnenaof vision,
premature old age, and many other diseases
mat lend to insanity or consumption and a
.Send for circulars with testimonials free'
by mail. The luvigoratn? is sold at $f
per box, or six boxes for $5", by all drug
gist, or will be fent free by mail, securely'
scaled, on receipt of price, by ad.lrcssing
Ij*. A. 4 S&SL^'KV,'Druggist,
J87 &imrit st. Toledo, Ohio.*
Polo Agent for tno United Slates,
may 1? ly
O PAVILION nOTEL,
For die Summer mbMhh:
Hates SI SO1, $2 and $'2 60'per day.
According to' Location'of RooinV
B; T. G A ILL ARD. Proprietor,
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