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Wit and Humor.
?Business troubles, especially the
-?An Ohio editor has been lined
1 cent for calling a man a "scala
?Newspapers, religion and milk
tickets ought to he paid for in ad
?The beauty of a man's parting bis
bair in the middle appears to be that
it, gives both ears an equal chance to
?"Does your wile play eucbtc?"
paid one. "No," replied the other,
rubbing bis bead, "but sbe4s death on
?This is the season of the year
when venerable bens enter their sec
ond childhood, and are broiled for
?One good lie, well stuck to is
worth a dozen mean, little vacillating
prevarications. If you must lie be
manly about it.
?A priest asked of a condemned
prisoner in a Paris jail: "What kind
of a conscience have you?" It is
good as new," replied the prisoner,
'?for 1 have never used it."
?Where a woman," says Mrs.
Fartinglon, " has been married with
a congealing heart, and one that
beats deaponding to her own, she will
nevor want to enter the mari i.nc state
?It is saiil that there is one cow
for every four persons iu this coun
try, and if the wells and springs were
to fail some of us would be put on
short-allowance of milk and cream,
?A life insurance policy is of no
use to a man what does not intend to
die before the company fails. It is
something like a glory which comes
to a military corpse on Ihc field of
?We had heard so much lalk
about Ibis self raising Hour that wc
bought a barrel of it the other day,
und yet, when the bill cams in, wc
had to go and raise the amount oiu
self. There are all kinds of swind
?The papers arc constantly telling
us how to live on ?2 a week. It is
undoubtedly a very difficult problem,
but by no means the most dilllcult.
The world would bo far wiser and
happier if some brilliant genius would
only tell us how to get the ?2,
?There :s a man in Nevada who
has never been shot at. His experi
ence is limited to being stabbed twice,
buried in an avalanche, and kicked
into a mine-shaft by a nude. His
neighbors say he'll sec something of
li e if he stays in Nevada lone enough.
?There are a great many people
in the world who are bound by the
close ties of blood ?.o the man who
said that he had laid up two shillings,
one for himself and one for the Lord,
but that the one ho bad intended for
the Lord had been losst in an unfortu
? If there is any one thing that in
jures a young lady's chances in Hold
ing with the matrimonial current, il
is her inquisitive young brother, who
knows just enough to be at home ev
ery time her lover calls, and plies his
questions with that, promptitude and
vigor that would win great credit for
a lawyer in a cross examination.
A noted Texas lawyer who bad
lately bccomc^Misanc, stood up in
church ami asked a young lady to
come forward and marry him. The!
young lady was so surprised and I
t> hocked that .she fainted. This is be
lieved to be the Ii ist instance on re-'
cord whore a man has escaped matri
mony through the temponry weakness
of the other side.
?The Toronto corset makers are
on a strike, their employers have pul
let! the strings too light for them and
the girls won't be solaced, but have
instituted a slay of proceedings, de
claring they won't waist their time ;
Mtind of corsets too much to expect
that they will bone down to work
without proper pay. Hip! Hip!
hurrah ! for the girls.
TliK youthful nsc-hudish looking!
editor of the Mndisonian blushed
clear back behind his auricles the
other evening, because a gentleman |
friend rein a iked in the presence of j
Home ladies, in speaking of the weath
er that the wind had shifted. Such
an innate set s \ of delicacy of fooling |
is randy found in the profession which
be so ably illustrates.
? 1 ho bridegroom was not present!
ntthe lime appointed for a wedding at
Hcrmony, Gn. The bride, who knew
hi* bash fulness, said bis courage had
probably failed him. Somebody sug
gested that a honv be blown to call
him, and this was done. A respon
sive whoop was heard from the woods
near by but the youhg man did not
appear until a scouting pat ty brought
him In by force. It was not until he
became foarful of losing the girl,
whoso patience, gave way to anger,
that be mustered courage to face the
Hosiery I Hosiery ! Hosiery I
Sadie's White Hose,
Including 25 Dozen Seamless, nil of ft very Hoc quality, to be closed out within
the next thirty days
B(3gardless or Cost.
ALSO TWENTY DOZKN
SOLID COLORED II O S E,
Superior quality ut 20 cents a pair, worth 35 and 10 cents,
I'.efore going elsewhere, purchasers will tind it to their advantage to examine
the above article at
J. I. SORENTBUE
Where can also bo seen the best, cheapest and largest stock u?
Lamps and Illuminators
in the town of Oradgcbnrg,
.BALANCE of WINTERw
S DRY GOODS g
8 CLOTHING 2
Sand all heavy goods.*
^ . , >
M Nmwitstuiiuing the steady advance of all goods the remnant of winter goods J>
H must be sold to make room for
s pein g goods.
NOW IS YOUR TIME FOB BARGAINS.
PI IE IST LI Y KO I I 1ST
Aju;ont iov UTJTTETilCIC'S PATTERNS,
AVlatc Sewing Miachies,
JP a ii c y J3 a k e i*
At Caj)tajn IIIigginan's Old Stand.
TS still keeping the linc?t lot of Candies, Don Hons French and American Mixtures
JL Cukes, Ormimcnted or made to order. Fresh llaisins, Currants, Citron, Figs,
Sweetmeats anil Canned Goods of every description. Dealer in
Fruits and Produce.
A largc'ssortment of
CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PI PICS
And Smokers' articles of all description. A call I? SOllctitcd.
Orders promptly attended to?Goods delivered in any part of the city,
Orangehurg. S. C, Sept. 20 tf
P. G. C A N N 0 N,
Grin l arid 1 ji >ck?-u 11 i i ] i,
and dealer in
Grunts- J?i.stolff and Genoml ] iMi'dwavc.
ORANGEM! KG, S. C.
7"EEPS conetnntly on hand a full and complete Block of Gnus nn<1 Pistol* ol
AY. every description. Pocket Knives. Table Knives mill Kork?. Spoons. Scissors,
and In fact almost anything hi/be IJnrdwiire line. I make a specially of Carpen
ters' Tool*. Fanning Implement?, Cooking Utensils, Fishing Tackle, Sportsniens"
Goods. Biieli as Shot, Powder, Gun wads, uic., etc., also
THE LIGHT RUNNING REMINGTON SEWING MACHINE,
The bestand cheapest Machine manufactured.
The public arc cordially Invited to examine my stock before purchasing as I tun
determined not to bo undersold. Repairing of all kinds done with neatness ami
dipateb. 1'. G. CANNON.
Orangebiirg, S. C, Jan, :iu. 1.SS0?ly
F11E S II A R II I V A L S
9 i. nmt c&mm>
MY STOCK COMPRISES
33vy Groocls and Ghracex?ies
IN GREAT VAR1ETV.
TlMJ Dry Goods embrace Ladies and Metis Dress Good', While ami Colored
Cotton Goods, Prints, Men's and Roys' Clothing, Hats and Cap-,
Boots and Slioes,
To suit id I classes. Also full lines of
GROCERIES AND TOBACCOS.
And in fact everything to lie found in a Urst class store.
Thanking the public for their generous patronage in the past, I respectfully
solicit, a continuance of the same, promising to sell everything at I he lowset possi
ble price. The highest market price paid for
Cotton, Corn, Peas, Rice, &c.
And all oilier Cotintrv Produce. A call si licitcd. No (rouble t<> show eood?
Orangebiirg, S- ('., Mar 2S-tf
JOHN C. PIKE,
Corner Church and R?ssel! Street
TJtie Improved Water Elevator
Orangebiirg, S- C
Ie yon would enjoj' good health you must use pure
water. To the citizens ot Orangebiirg, Aikeu,
Kdgciichl, Hampton, and Barnwell counties: Having
purchased the exclusive right of said counties for tin;
Improved Water Elevator ami Purifier, we oiler the
same lor sale. This Elevator has no superior. It is
simple, cheap and durable, having no wooden tubing
to decay and pollute the water. No iron tubing to
rust or corrode. No Hanges or valves to wear out or
to get out, of order. Requires no attachment below
the platform and will last Tl 'FIMICjS
as long us any pump. Will make bad water good,
and good water better. A thorough investigation is
all that is necessary to convince you ol its merits.
SAIN, MERONEY & CO,
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DVERTISE a large and varied stock of Goods, consisting in part of
Sugar. Tea, Soap. Tinware. Lemons. Butter Nuts,
Collet;, Spice, Sapolio. Stone ware, Oranges Cocoa Nuts,
bacon, Ginger, Washing Soda, Glassware, Apples, Pecans.
Flour, Pepper, Lye. Crockery ware. Cabbages, Almonds,
Lard, Nutmegs, Potash, Wooden wan;, Confectionery, Currants,
Hams, Copperas, Starch, Sitters, Candy, * Prunes.
In fact the larges* ami best variety of Fancy anil Staple? Groceries kept in Orange
burg, at prices Ten to Twenty percent less than any house in town.
I mean just what I say,
I'll seL for less than any one,
Or give inj" goods away.
A. B. WALKER,
Orangebiirg, AptII 4, 1S7'.?.
Leader of Low Prices.
NEW STORE NEW STORE
IX THE TOWN OF
?51" * m ?\ V t Hi S: WV S; ?
T\ A. SAIN NOT1FES THE CITIZENS OF ST. MATTHEWS. AND THE
JL/* public generally that In the old stand of Clark's, near the Depot, will be
found a choice and rare selection of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Tobaccos and Scjjars. Liquors
"both Foreign and Domestic, nardware, Syc,
And solicits a share of trade. Mr. J. PHIL. SAIN, who is in charge of the slore
will be glad to greet any all of his old customers, and new ones too, to whom he
guarantees bargains us good as can he had in Charleston. Highest market price;
paid lor all kinds of country produce*
St. Matthews, September (5,1870. e
IM NEW WILSON
Co wondorful In Its conception, un?
precodontcd for doing a largo range of
sowing In textile rubrics and leather. Its
motions are continuous, admitting of tn
extraordinary rato of spoed, olthor by
steam or foot power. Every motion of tho
xrondlo makes six stitches, thus produc
^\ ?"S about crio-thlrd more work In a day
than othor Gevving Machines. It has no
?top n.ctions, and tightens the stitch with
tho noocilo out of tho fabric. It uses the
well-known Wilson Ccmpound Foot! on both sides of the needle. It
has two-thirds loss pruts than any othei flrat-class Sowing Machine,
Its arm Is fully eight and one-half inches long and five and one-half
Inchos high, and thu whole Machine is vory compactly and solon
tlflcatly conetrtrctod in proportions, eloganco, design and appear*1
anco. Its slmplo, powerful ;*.nd porfoct mechanism places it as far
in advanco of all ether Sowing Machines as tho telephone is superior
to tho tin Bponkin;; tube. Ths WILSON WSFIMDING ATTACHMENT,
for repairing all kinds d textile fabrics WITHOUT PATCHING, fur*
nishod FREE with all WIL&GM SKVJtKO W. ACHTES, together with
n TucXor. Ru?.o-. Cor,;,,, Sc. o* B.nd.r. o.e.
Tlicse Machines arc on exhibition and for sale by
THEODORE KOI I N,
Ornnjjebttrg, H. C, Nov. Tili, 1S79.?tf
THE BEST REMEDY
Diseases of tie Throat ana Luhes,
Diseases of tlio
an- so prevalent an<l
fatal, that a safe and
reliable remedy for
Uieui is invaluable
to every community,
r Ar Bit 8 CltBRRY
Pkctoral is such a
re mcdy, and no
If^ other so eminently
merits the confi
dence of the public.
It is a scientific com
mnftblnation of themcdi
W/A einal principles and
rJWAcnrativo virtues of
Vr"_ the finest drugs,
PECTORAL, cliomlcally united,
*** * v to insure the great
est possible efficiency and uniformity of re
BultH, which enables physicians as well as
Invalids to use it. with confidence. It is
the must reliable remedy for diseases of
the throat and lungs that*science! lues pro
duced. It strikes at tho foundation of all
pulmonary diseases, affording prompt
and certain relief, and is adopted to pa
tients of any age or either Hex. llcing
very palatable, tho youngest children
take it without difficulty. In tho treat
ment of ordinary Coughs. Colds, Soro
Throat, Bronchitis, influenza. Cler
gyman's Sore Throat, Astlmin, Croup,
and Catarrh, tho effects of Avers
Cherry Peotoraij are magical,and multi
tudes are annually preserved from serious
illness by its timely and faithful use. It
should bo kept at "hand in every house
hold, for the protection it affords in sud
den attacks. In "Whooping-cough and
Consumption thero is no other remedy
bo efficacious, soothing, and helpful.
The marvellous cures which Ayrr's
OlIERRY Pectoral has effected all over
the world are a sufficient guaranty that it
will continue to produce tho best results.
An impartial trial will convince tho most
sceptical of its wonderful curative powers,
as well on of its superiority over all other
preparations for pulmonary complaints.
Eminent physicians in all parts of tho
countrv, knowing its composition, recom
mend avbr's Cherry Pectoral to inva
lids, and prosoriho it in their practice.
The test of half a century has proved ita
ahsoluto certainty to euro all pulmonary
complaints not already beyond the reach
of human aid.
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Practical and Analytical Cheil'iRts,
bold dt all DllC(J<0.-iT3 EVCnVWltnilU.
The Leading Literary Paper ot
Only 81,5? a Year.
The CiircAup I.f.piitui in now an
preaching llic do,.. of Ihoaevuuth
year of it? existence, having been
establishes! in the winter of 1813.
TUK I.KIii.KK WON ktSrtCd hyitspretf'
Mit conductors with some Uiiagiv
!a?K us t<i Um snccefl? of Iii? oater
prise. Many literary ventures <>t a
kindred character bail been made In
the Western metropolis, and misar
ably failed. Tlio sea of jonma.VUm
WM atrewo ?ltfi tho wrecks of
strande 1 newspaper entorprlsea.
Others that wer? living, but strug
gling for a precarious existence,
liavt! since yielded t.> Inevitable fa to
and gono down, leaving Tun Lrj>ocs
to-day the only we. lily story paper
printed in Chicago,
Tun l.xuucn has not attained tlio
piano of success upon which it now
solidly refits without earnest, well'
dlrecti it effort. Its conductors have,
labored earnestly and persistently
not only (o make ft uu excelh at tit
orarv journal, bat a'so to make tho
g reading world acquainted wtUi it.
Thousands upon Uiou?a<ids >>f dot
lars havo been expended In bringing
its merit a to Uie altculion of tho
reading public, in fact,Tub Lsdoku
has I, ?ii the mortt rxionslvoly>ail.
vertiscd newspaper In tlio wept.
Tin- publishers have n feeling of
|iride ut tlu< success that hm. nt
londed their cfYorts to build up a
first class literary paper In the cap
ital city of the West. The. circula
tion, already large, in rapidly (Trow
ing and l>y the 1-t "f January
will be im? leas than 8a,000. Hie
publishers do not mean t , relax
ihoir efforts to make '1 uk f.ri>?n::i
the best weekly newspaper ia the
West, lint In'en I t > persevere in Iiis
work,anddiirius thee.mau;: months
3 w;n still further increase its value
The weekly conti nts of Tuk l.l'im
KB enibraco, in addition to its Final
novels, several shortstoiios; a lioine
and Family li.irtor departtr.cnt. cm
bracing letters from womon of ot.
periencc 1 beads nnd hau,is.on house*
hold aud kitchen economy, homo
adornment. Cm- management of
children, and roclpos for Uie euro of
many of tho ills lo which flesh is
heir: a Young Polka'department; a
department devoted to Current Lit
erature, consisting ot choice excerpts
from the latest magazines; a Scien
tific department, giving the latest
intelligence In regard to new discov
eries, mechanical Inventions, etc.;
also biographical sk? tchoa. historic
pa] . travels, poetry, and a mass
of short article-. 00 lulsci ligneous
Subscriptions to tho THE CHICAGO
EiBDUEK will he received at tills ofllce.
'! sewing Machine
THE BEST OF AX.I**
Unrivaled in Appearance,
Unparalleled in Simplicity?
Unsurpassed in Construction, [
Unprecedented in Popularity,
And Undisputed in the Broad Claim
OF ocina THE 3*f
VERY BEST OPERATING
. QUICKEST 8EEUNO,
. HANDSOMEST, AND
Most Perfect Sewing Machine
IN THE WORLD, r.
The grea t popularlly of iho Whllo Is the most con
vincing tribute to its excellence and superiority
over other machines, and in submitting It to the
trade we put It upon its merits, and In no Instanco
has It ever yet failed to satisfy any recommendation
In Its favor.
The demand for the Whlto has Increased to such
an extent that wo aro now compelled to turn out
ovoiy t>.Tco mir^atcG la
t-fcus &a.3r to BMppiy
Every machine is warranted for 3 years, and
sold tor crsh at liberal discounts,or upon easy
payments, to suit tho convenience ot customers.
O5T?0E1TTS WAOTZD IH UltOCCtJPUD TSSSIT0S7.
WHITE SEW/NO MACHINE CO..
. Ht 358 Euclid Ave.. Cleveland. Ohkv'
For Sale by
At the People's Bakery,
ESTABLISHED IX 1S71,
BY IHK PIIESENT PROPRIETOR
\Ylio is .still ready and willing to
IT 1LL ORDERS
BREAD, ROLLS, PI ES
of all description?.
G U N a E E S
by tlie barrel or box.
BREAD FOR CAM1VMKETINGS,
Any other meetings at short nolle*.
TUST RECEIVED FRESH CONFEC
O TIONARYS, FANCY GOObS AXD
NOTIONS, Which will be sold as low as
any that can be bought in Orangoburg.
Thankful fur the past patronage of my
friends and the public I still solicit a con
tinuance of their custom.
T. W. ALEERGOTTI,
Next door to Mr. J. P. Hurley.
Orangebiirg. Sept 13, 1S7S ly
I?. I" .FLEMING
.1 AS. M. WILSON
We arc now opening, direct; from
I tic Manufacturers, a largo and new
stock of Roots, Shoes, and Tr?nke,
FOji KILL TRADE.
Gi dors solicited and promptly fill
. il. All goods with our brand war
D, F, FLEMING & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALEItS IN
>io 2 Ilaync street, Cor. of Church
street , Charleston, 8. C.scp 27-3