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::\ n She is Dead, j j
Yes tho loved one is- dead. Could
wo'lmve on'H' seen and heard?
"Could we luive seen their snowy wings,
Who eotue to seek her here,
Could we hare heard the rapturous things
lliey wnlfpered in her ear;
uCbuld we ha\' seen her join the throng
Of sinners 8H\ d lroiu sin.
Am! henjd the hursts of holy song
With whk'h they bore* her In; '
l,^fl would not-weep, that one so mild
Was welcomed lirsttc rest.
That ?Jesus tehfe His trusting child
Now gently to llis'broast."
t Words of Wisdom.
There are some men who are Tor
tune favorites, and who, like cuts,
light forever on their legs.
The highest perfection of human
reason is to know that there is on in
finity, of truth beyond its reach.
'"If is one satisfaction, failing to find
pYefcrment, to feel'that we are at least
free from all indebtedness.
. (,E.very man is clos cly , connected
with bis every fellow-man, nor should
?."X distance of relationship, enter
into consideration where there is a
^qmmon nature
Nothing disposes us better to con
iU^epcc, to the pleasures of intimacy,
than a common' subject of suffering.
Thus our companions in misfortune
become almost always our friends.
ll .The great moments of life are but
moments like the others. Your
doom is spoken in n word or two. A
single look from the eyes; a mere
'pressure of the hand, may decide it;
or .'of the lips, though they can not
epdnk.
\fc $1 is"a delightful sensation which a
?he*r passion begins to stir op within
.ps'whch the old one is not yet entire
ly, departed. Thus at .sunset we take
pleasure in seeing the moon rise on
'We opposite side of" the heavens, and
^rejoice in the double splendor of both
luminaries, __. . '\
t How to Cook a Husband.
' Tne''first thing to be done is to
catch him. Having done so, the
.mode of cooking him so aa to make a
good dish of him is as follows : Many
ikoocT husbands are spoiled in cook
ing: 'Some women keep them con
stantly*1 In .hot1 water, while others
'freeze them, with conjugal coJduqrsT;
B?rne sm'?tberthcm^^ an|l
rContcntion^aj^rY-"still others ' keep
th^uJtart^Teklp all thuir lh^s;:/J^ljeae
/' women always-servo them up with
tongue sauce. No it is not supposed
that husbands will be tender and
good if treated in this way ; but they
arc, on the contrary, very delicious
when managed us follows: Get a
large jar, called the jar of carefulness
(which all good housewives have on
Land), place your husband in it, and
set him near the fire of conjugal love ;
let the fire be pretty hot, especially
let it be clear; nbovo all, lei the heal
be1 constant* coveting him over with
,alleclion and subjection ; garnish him
:,with spices of pleasantry, ami if you
add kisses and'other confections, let
them bo 'accompanied with a a suftl
, ]c(^nt portion of secrecy, mixed with
prudence and modern'ion.? Toledo
Blade.
Sherman in Atlanta, or tho Devil in
Paradiso.
Peace to the ashes of the past.
Let all go that can go, and if incino
ly could be induced to ignore itself,
'( we wob Id say, cover over the'whole
bloody chasm, ami even forget the
' ' house burner, desolator, perjurer and
. iliar, that now, in palace cars, revels
over the sacred grounds that once he
reduced to ashes amidst the wailings
*: of women, tho cries of infants and
the agonizing groans of brave men.
Sherman in Atlanta. Great Heav
ens ! Wc think of it almost a3 wo do
of tho devil in Paradise! Sherman
in Atlanta! Worse than all the
' 1 plagues of Egypt. Ho desecrates
her ground, ho breathes contagion to
her air, and if we were not a generous
people1; ft brave people, a forbearing
-'i /people, Sherman could never be in
.Atlanta. Sherman in Atlanta!
Hard, hard to realize. Living men
amy shake your accursed fingers, but
r.. as they, do it, if no spirit from the
dead arises to shame them, there is
.a monster known ns conscience which
will torture them into burning shame,
and as they feel the sling, righteous
men will saj', M 13 good for you.
,. Trouble at home, war abroad, dis
? tress at large, 3'cllow fever in our
cities?theso aro Providential, nnd
we can endure them ; but Sherman in
Atlanta? No, never 1 never!! nov
' er ! \!?Camden Journal.
How long do you think it took to
write.the Bible? Fifteen hundred
?years. From; Moses, who wrote Gen
esis, to John, who wrote Revelation,
it was that long, long timo. How
many people helped to write it? Moro
than thirty. Some were shepherds,
some farmers, soine fishermen, some j
ten .-makers, some kings, some judges
nnd some princes. Some were learn
ed, some were, unlearned, and yet they j
all agree In what they write.
Respect)Hilly calls the attention of the Public to
their well selected
TOOK OF GOODS
.u.ti' lv?v ?dniup j
Consisting of everything usually kept in a first-class
store, and will taJce occasion to return their thanks
for the very liberal parondge thus far bestowed, and
will always strive to keep up heir stock o siich a
standard, that they will merit a fare proportion of
the trade, nd in order to sell a t ihe Iotuto st possible
price. They bunj all leading ?rticleh, such as
FLOUR, BACON, ? SALT, , ( SpiJP,
!' BAG.GING and TIES, "
and domestics of every kind* at -Jlrs(> Jut/ids,- yvhicli
enables them to compete with ftlliorhers^ui tnefr tine
of business- Therefore, our customers cajZrV&sfrTCssur
ed that their interests shallah^^^feguaj'^ed.
We also purcha.s^tj&?hii hhgliest cas7i prices
COXTON^J^^?CORN, RICK, _PEAS , &c
^'Tmd all other country produce*
A V :C'ORN MW CITUROM- RUSSfiL STREETS. ]
HI ??! | .? nil j . . ?
? OHiK<3n?u?af S. C, September 28,! ' ?'" "' 'V ,u " 'Sa ! ":
First Class Family , , Grpcpry, at Patrick's Old -Stand,
Corner of Russell and Tr.eadwell Streets, Orangeb?rg.
I
RESPECTFULLY ? INFORM. THE PUBLIC THAT I HAVE OPEND AT
the above stand a llrst class
Whore can be found everything needed for family, use of. the. very best
mudity, and warranted fresh nib) gyJt'uine. f A'ill malic il a point to keep nothing
for sale hut what is first class and fresh. By permanent arrangements
made I will receive uty goods weekly?and by close and Careful .attention
to my business, and the wants of my customers. I hope to receive,a loir" share 61
patronage.' Goods received on consignment, ami eonntry produce solo ?r ship
ped to Charleston or Northern markets on Commission.
I i V I
CHARLES S BULL.
Orahgcburg, S. C, SeptembcrC, 1S7S
Age i
DEALER IN
mm mm mmmm ufymm?
FINE. CHE WING OB A Q O,
DOMESTIC AND I MPORTED SEGARS,
I : . -ASPECIALITY .
Made of Moun ta in Dow Corn Wtiisice^.
CHAMPAGNE, ALES, PORTERS BRANDIES WINES, BEER &c &c.
Ihave on hand a very iteavy stock which 1 am offering for sale cheaper than
any one else in tho County.. Mr. A. i L. STROMTAN is with ufe apd 4vl|l be
pleased to seo his friends at Doyles Coruor.
I.'tils'? II
[Orangeburg, September 0.
Z. J. KING
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NORTH WEST CORNER STATE HOUE23EJ ?QTJ-A/O.ID,
COLUMBIA S. 6.
BOARD $200 PER DA Y. OMNIB US QScs.
Spcolal attOHtlon ,aud RATES to oomrnorcial travolors.
Orangeburg Oct. 18 1878. iy
INotioo.
IWILL Die,my Amu account as Admin
istratrix oV Mm EstAto of John P.
Halglcr, deo'd, w idi the Honorable Judge
of Probate for Orangeburg county, on
the 11th day of March next;, and ask for
Letters' Pismissory.
ALLIE P. HAIGLER, Adiifr*.
Fo'\ 7th, 1379.5t
NOTICE T? CREDITORS.
STATE of SOUTH CAROLINA,
Orangebuiio County.
In lhe Common Ideas.
Watson A. O'C?in. John A. O'Cnin,
Adm'rs of Jacob II. O'Cain, against Val
entino Plttham and others, cretlitors of
Jacob H. O'Catn, Lavlnla Hamol and
others.
Pursuant to an Order of tho Court of
Common Pirns, made in the above enti
tled cause, at January Term 187!), no
tice is hereby given to all creditors of tho
Estate of Jacob II. O'Cain who have not
already presented and p-oved their de
mauds, to present and prove them before
me, by the ilrst day of May, 1879.
W. M. IIUTSON. Master.
MASTEU'8 OFFICE, Jan. Si, 1879-o-a-m-3t.
?STotico of Dismission
rpiIB UNDERSIGNED GIVES NO
JL TICE that ho will iilo his linal ac
eoutit u? Committee of Rachael Cartin,
^deceased, with the Hon. Judge ot Pro
bate for Orangoburg County, on the2Ith
day of February next, and ask for letters
dlsmissory. J. W CARTIN,
Jan 24?4t Committee.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Office County Commissioners, }
Okanokuuko County. >
OuANOKuuno. S. C. Jan. 10, 1879. )
TpHE LAKE OR HOLLOW BRIDGES
U (about sixteen in number) at the
Bamberg Crossing on South Edisto Riv
er, Will ho let out, to be built, to the
lowest bidder, on the 18th day of Febru
ary next, at 12 o'clock \L. at the bridge
by the County Commissioners.
By order of the Board.
Jan Ut0 T. lt. MALONE, Clerk.
IVoiioo ofDissiiisi-iion.
nPHE undersigned hereby gives notice
X that he will file his linal account as
Guardian of P. D. Tlllcy, D. E. Tilley
and M. S. Tilley, with the Honorable
Judge of Probate for Orangeburg county
on tho 17th day of February, 1879, and
ask for Letters Dismission.
J. B. LIVINGSTON.
Guarding"
Notice.
THE ANNUAL MEEJ^SlT?F THE
SlmreholdersofJ^rttforangeburg Ag
ricultural ajjA^Mcehatdcal Association
wUl be heldj on the 8th day of February.
X87JLrjlfe'"Ten o'clock, (being the second
Saturday.) for the purposo of electing
seven Directors to serve" as such- for the
year conuueuciugr on the second Satur
day in February, 1879. and ending on the
second Saturday in February. 1880, and
for'sucli othor and further business as
may be brought before the meeting.
N. B ??AH Shareholders are requested
to be riresenl/i
?By Jfnlef. J L. IIEIDTMAN,
Sec. andTrcas. O; a. ami M. A*.
Januray 24?3
DisjHoliition ot* Co-purt
TVTOTICE i? HEliEBY GIVEN that
?1 the Partnership between JOHN C.
PIKE und'JOAB W. MOSELEY was
dissolved of: the First Day of January.
a. D. 1879, by mutual consent. All
debts due to the said Partneruship are to
be paid to, and those duo from the.same,
discharged by JOHN C. PIKE, who will
continue the business at the old stand
under his own name.
J. C. PIKE.
J. W. MOSELEY.
Orangeburg, S. C, Dee. 2, 1S79.
a. B. Knowi/ton. a. Latur?p
KNOWLTON & 1 ATHRO P,
"Attorneys and Counsellors,
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
Doc-]?-tf
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
(Cor. Church A St. Paul's Street.)
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
Dee 13-tf , >
flhLD AMERICAN HO PEL
W Established about 1830
Resueltated on the European Plan fur
Gentlemen only.
TERMS:
Rooms each person per day.HO I
per week.?3.00
per mouth...8 and $10
According to location of Rooms paid
n advance.
UOAiti) TERMS:
Board and lodging.?1 50 per day
Hoordiand lodging,..0 50 per week
. M I A LS.
Breakfast.L/..t.2">e
Dinner.fiOc
Supper.v.25c
MRS. M. J. ARCHER. Ppronrletress,
29 George st. corner King,
sop 27 lyi Charleston, S C.
LV~E, SMOAK & CO.
II WE MADE
Great Reductions
in. tho price of
COME AND SEE OUR LARGE AND
< well assorted .flock of Clothing, Dry
Goods, Roots and Shoes. Hats and Caps,
Groceries, Tinware, Hardware, Tobacco,
jCigar8, Whiskies, Brandies, and Wines,
I MUCH LOWER
than they have yet been sold in this
place.
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
of the best brands, wo are selling by the
box, at Factory prices.
Call nnd examine our goods, we hove
attentiTesalenmcn who will bo pleased to
wait on you. Thanking you for past
favors, we solicit the same In tho future.
Very respectfully,
D. E. SMOAK & CO.,
Orangeburg, S. C. Jan. 17, 1870.
. ?~--^^^Tt***^ .Vj'|'
H A ED TIMES.
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THIS Is heard all over the land. Every paper published Is heralding the coming Vsfr w\?V^uVse'asoft^ Wise Indeed be that
man who profits by the ominous and portentous signs that loom up in the unknown future. Who, heeds tho distant
rumbling of the lar away, but rapidly approaching storm that will yet, like Jtbe relentless hurricane, ?Ireep over the lSnd.
But' wiser far is he who has learned wisdom and experience from the bitter lessons of the long past'-by paying more for tho
necessities of lifo than they are worth simply because they have been granted'*, little time. r Tin iesson taught has beeb a
hard one, but still there Is time to halt and retrace you steps. -Buy where you got the,most goods (or the least caslfmobby. '
Buy where you get thirty-six Inches to tho yard on'? H*?topn ounces to the pound. Yes. Go beyond this Goldcii Knie Viui 1
huy ??'
glv<
Af?iVl^LinV? detail. ; ?
Auction Sales?Saturdays and First Mondays nt tho Rooms at 11 o'clock.
Will also attend to sales any place where services of an Experienced Auctioneer are required* ' ''
NEW GOODS AND SPECIAL BARGAINS opening every day. Call and be convinced. ....
Yours Respectfully,
ly where you can, with your hard nnd powerful cash, get two dollors Worth of goods for one. T?IP opportunity U at last
ven you. Man, woman,child, whatever is wanted in you* uaio papartmonts call on uaand we will furnish It far below
iy competitor. If not in stock wo take pleasuro In ordering for you without charge. .. . . j. It ." '" ' '' ?
russell street, orangeburg; s.o.. Jan. 24,1870.
C. D. KORTJOnN, Pibp, Orlsfbyil ^etlb?, Hooso,
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The Favorite Dry-Goods
Resort
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Furchgott, Benedict & Ooj
Charleston, S. CV
OFFER THEIR NEW FALL STOCK
Wholesale and Retail
AT LOWER PRICES
Than is;paid by customers for infe
rior old auction goods.
$250,000
Worth of the finest and host selected
stock of Carpets, Lace Curtains,
Oil Cloths, Window Shades, '
Dress Goods, Silks, Cloaks, ..
Shawls, Blankets, Flannels, Alpacas,
cashmeres, first and second mourning
goods, kid gioves, notions, hosiery,
ribbons, silk tics, ladies and gentle
men underwear, linens, table and pi
ano covers, towels, taMe damask,
napkins, domestic goods, and thou
sands of oilier goods too numerous to
mention, are now placed before our
old customers in the State of South
Carolina, aud we guaranteo to the
public and people of this State espe
cially that through
OUR IMMENSE FACILITIES
and long established reputation with
buyers and sellers whero
MILLIONS
of dollars has been exchanged
through our house, that wc can aud
always will give better satisfaction
as regards
QUALITY AND PRICES
in goods purchased from us than any!
other house South.
SAMPLES sent on applica
tion. N. B. Charges prepaid on all
goods over $10. Sent C. O. D. or
for post ollice order.
Please mention this paper in order
ing Goods.
FURCIIGOTT, BENEDICT & CO. .
King street, Charleston, S C.
Oct2i> ly
OffoSoiaiag,
DYER AND SCOURER,
No. Hi Wentworth street, near the Old
Artesian Well.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Gents' Coats Vests and Pants nicely
Cleaned, Dyed and Pressed. Faded and
Moulded Clothing Renewed with the
greatest dispatch.
THI8 PAJl JCR IS ON FIX.E WITH
A'horo Advertising Contracts ?an bo made.
.ujmi!; 'in Jin-} or! ot id'^nb ;??:.? od* :'"p/{ Wii ta ^tamttMsi
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DA. SAIN NOTI^?g THE CITIZENS OF. ST. MATl'HEWfl, AffJP.nFBB
* public generally that Io the old stand ?fCla^y, near. tk%, Depot, wlU be
found a cholce and. rare selection pr 1 * j
Dry Goods, 0rooerie8^qb?cqqs,.^nd Segars. Liquors
both Foreign and Domestic,' Hardware, \ fo.j
And solicits a Bhare'6lrtrft'dei kr.'tf.PIHL. SAIN, who Is WABhartfeiof the etove
will be glad toi greet any all'ef his old o^tQ.meWv and n^
ffuhrartteeS bargains as good asicad/bo hail In Charleston. Ulghcat.mMksk frlcew
paid for ?11 kln,ds of ceuu.tty prpd.aee* . kw!j oJ IT?
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St. Matthews, Septesobe? 6,187?. ?

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