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one they* keapon you and one on the
Don't never quarrel wjth a loafer.
Skurality is hiz trade ; you nevor oan
make biro ashamed, hot ha is sure.tow
makeyu. n>%F*- J? jft
Man is a highly educated animal.
Don't nover phrovesy, young man.
for if you phrovesy wrong~?iobod) will
forget it, and if phrovesy w right nobody
will remember it.
Genuine grief iz like peniteuco?not
Humorous, but subbuod. Sorrow frotu
the housetops and penitooco iu a mar
kct place shows more alnbitshun than
About the beet thing that experience
Van du for us is tew'learu us how tow
The reazen why so few peoplo are
happy in this world is bokauso they mis
take thoir boddys for their souls.
We are poor, not from what wo neod,
but from what wo want; nocossetys are
not only "natural, but choaply.
Vain men should bo troatod nr. boy s
treat bladders?blow them up till th >
bust. wM ? i \ I
It is a grater-'art. .to bo suporior tew
others without lotting them know
Thsro is not 00I3' phun but there iz
virtcw in ayhaa^y laff; animals can't la IT.
A Connubial Tragedy.
A wife of a most jtnseptiniental and
incmicun turn of miitl dwells in Pcnn
sylvania with her husband, who piasoa
ses a very jealous misanthropic, and,
withal, romantic temperament. The
other day, this geollouian, George Jones,
felt that lifo was \po niqch for him and
gave hi.-* wile ten cents to go to the
druggist's for! bm.tle -of coin poison
The excellent woman had a bottle fi led
with licorice water,and labelled "poison""
Returning with this, the poetic master
of ber heart ? melodramatically filled ?
wine-glass in her presence and prepared
to drink. She aoreamed end rushed
into the next room, wr??re she wntohed
him through the keyhole, and saw him
pour the deadly dose out of the window.
She rushed back to him Rpparen l
overwhelmed with grief, and begged
him not to kill himself- Mr. Jones,
filled with poetry, merely pointed to tin
empty aJpSkag throwing himself on
the tioon?qu|rmcd. She loudly obscn -
ed that she would share his fate aud
swallowed the rest of the lieo-ice-wato ,
whereupon he became really frightened
confessed his deception before ull tin
neighbors, and jetW it she'd Only gei
well he'd never do ho- any more. Tht
world hcems brighter to Mr. Jones now .
An English Millionaire,
When people talk about niilh'Oi aireS
they usually mention Rothschild first
but there is a man in Englaud by the
name of Ward, in comparison
with whom any Rothschild is a pSupir.
This man Ward inherits a vast proper
ty, with accumulated investments and
estates, ?hieb give him an enormous in
come. He baa the most magnificent hou
?es in London, the finest collection of art
and the finest eftuntTf/sests in the King
dom ; his wife h celebrated for her
beauty, and hor display of diamonds at
a recent festival given by the Emperor
of AuaJMfaWttt Vienna, m.ido all the
other ladies, the Empresses, Queen* and
Princesses, look poor. What the ineotuo
of this British jrjfcfuAs we have nevei
seen any stateuHifwf, mit a -Id inches
paper gives an account of hia annual
profits derived from hi* coal mines which
amount to the enormous sum of ?4
600,000. .So the income from one
source alene of this inordinately wealthy
person is not ^MJaeh short of twenty
five au:! dollar* a year.
A Quest Ion.
?saaaetf as* ' vote* $n$
Suppose a pas-Re officer entrusted
with the disposition and management of
the revenues of a large efty, at a time
when that city eonld purchase its own
obligations at fifty cents on the dollar
and thus for*;insfenirce csdoa? eighty
thousand dollars of indebtedness for for
ty thousand, should instead purohaso a
nearly worthless Railroadstoek that pays
no dividends aud is asy shaky in the
market thst the forty thouaand inveated
in it cou]d not bring fifteen, what would
a virtuoojjw .UVMNMOAail
Directory think of it; end what would
the impoverished tsz payora think of
This is purely an abstrset problem and
of course-infers to nobody, few* an ana wer
might establish a principle thai would
be valuable ia the neat City eleo
tioo. f/Q^kfiC, &
We may be mistaken but we think if
the Bourbons forget to indulge in use
less vituperation ^ ^pMisr^njya[r
s?d take the4fejgkM?*or this rjue*.
tiea at wouU bPa profitable oh age -~
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFIOetcOURT HOUSE SQUARE.
iTA? aaui.: . . .? . ? *
: Fever and Ague,
from which mankind suffer over a large pert of
the globe, ia the consequence of a diseased action
in the system, induced t>y the poisonous mieam of
vegetable decay. Thia exhalation is evolved by
the notion of solv he\t on wet soil, and rises with
the watery vapor front it. While the eun is below
the ho rjo a this vapor lingers near the earth's alar
face, end the virus is taken with it through the
lungs Into the blood. There it acts as an irritating
poison on the internal viscera and excreting organs
of the body. The liver becomes torpid ana feus to
secrete not only this % it us, but also the bile from
the blood. Bout the virus and the bile accumulate
in the circulation, and produce violent constitu
tional disorder. The spleen, the kidneys, and the
stomach sympathize with the liver, end become
disorder?** slow. Finally, the instinct of our or
ganism, as if in an attempt to expel the noxious
infusion, concentratca the whole blood of the body
in the internal excretorics to force them w immt si
out. The blood leavea the surface, and rushes to
the central organs with congestive violence. This
to the Chill. But in this effort it fails. Then the
FevKit follows, in which the blood leavea the cen
tral organs and rushes to the surface, as if in
another effort to expel the irritating poison through
that other great excretory ? the skin. In this
also it fails, and the system abandons the attempt
exhausted, and waits for the recovery of strength
to repeat the hopeless effort another day. These
arc the fits or paroxysms of Fever and Aoun.
Such constitutional disorder will of course under
mine the health if it is sot removed.
We have labored to find, and have found, an
Ayer's Ague Cure,
which neutralizes this malarious poison in the
blood, and stimulates the liver to expel ft from the
body. As it should, eo it does cure this afflicting
disorder with perfect certainty. And it does more,
or rather does what is of more service to those sub
ject to this infection. If taken in season it expels
it from the system as it is absorbed, and thus keeps
those who use it tree from its attacks; keeps the
Snstem in health although exposed to the disease,
onsequently it not only cures, hot protects from,
the great variety of affections which are induced
by this malignant influence, such as Remittent
Fever. Chill Fever, Dumb, or Masked Ague,
Periodical He&daohc, or Bilious Headache, Bilious
Fevers, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Goat, Blindness,
Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpita
tions, Painful Affections of the Spleen, Hysterics,
Colic, Paralysis, and Painful Affections of the
Stomach ana Bowels, all of which, when arising
from this cause, will be found to assume more or
less the intermittent type. This " Aocs Cuaa "
removes the cause of these derangements, and cores
This it accomplishes by stimulating the excre
torics to oxpel the virus from the system; and
these organs by degrees become habited to do this
their office of their own accord, llenccarises what
we term accu'matation. Time may accomplish the
same end, bat often life is not long enough, or is
sacrificed in the attempt. ?while this " Artuii Cvub
does it at once, and with safety. We save great
reason to believe this is a surer as well as safer
remedy for the whole class of diseases which are
caused by the miasmatic infection, than any other
which has been discovered; and it has still another
important advantage to the public, which is, that
it is cheap as well as good.
OR. J. C. AYER & CO.
Peice Onb Doll.vh rEB Bottle.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for the core of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it baa long been in constant ate
throughout this section, wc need not do more then
assure the people' its quality in kept up to the best
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief =!1 it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR All THE PUHP0SE8 OF A PURGATIVE HEDtClKL
Fob tub CunB or Dyspepsia;
Fob Jaundice ;
IFob tub Cube or Indigestion ;
Fob thb Core or Dysentery;
Fob a Foul Stomach ;
Fob thb Curb or Ebtsifblas;
Fob the Piles ;
For tub Cvbb of Schott la ;
For all Scrofulous Complaints;
For thb Curb op Rheumatism;
* Fob Diseases or the Skin ;
Fob the Cr re- of Liver Complaint ;
For Dropsy :
For tub Gvbe of Tetter, Tumors and Sale
For thb Cure of Gout ;
For a Dinner Pjll;
For tue Cor? of Nbtraloia ;
Fob Purifying thb Blood.
They arc sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantlr, and being purely
vegetable, no harm can arise from their ose in any
Price 26 cents per Bor; Five boxes for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personages, nave lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, bat our spnre here will Rot permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named mr?
rush gratis our American Almanac In which they
arc given; with also full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cute.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Ayer's, and take no others. The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
have lt. Z
. All our Remedies are for talc by
[ t?Wf f it f? rt I a J
THE OLD ESTADUSUEP
No. 8 N. diaries Street,
OrfmtttHland Tk-roitd Kulirtty to Preparing
tffouny and dtiiddle gtfgtd Q,(ten
re j>xcoms rnonactnf
ft FT t Xeav ASD
OVER 2600 YOUNG MEN
SOUTHERN STA TES
Rh? ARE NO VACATIONS- Student*.
mtrr at any time,
,&??W Mividnal Inttrnctlon and tuecett jnfaran
mS. frndfir Ce/Uge DesWtt and e/l.ndid Spett
t*?nj%f Trwmantnii*. EnrUt t*? PtttnfSStam/t.
Addrett mtt Cimmnnltttitmt /#
W. ft. SADLER, Fr's't,
? Sentkern Bnti'nen Cellffft
TOSE & IZLAR
.1 'rfi'i a?a tiMAA k T"V Mstw - >/ i
' ? '? ?? " il"Hil> * ?*? jfv i ? ?...? ? f
If AVE THE GREATEST ASSORTMENT
Aud sells theia CHEATER than any other House in Oraugeburg.
nyOoods DELIVERED at any portion of tho Town.
ME A Ii AND GRIST AT MILL PRICES.
june 21 62
Evcrbody in this Town and County know of the GOOD THINGS in tho Grocery
and Provision Lino to be found at ?'. I). KORTJOHN'S Popular Store.
If nor tho announcement wiii he of nior? importance to Hous*
kcepcrs and Farmers thau the uows of
Poath. Quality Genuine, Stock Complete and Fresh, Prices CHEAP and
And general satisfaction guaranteed.
My LIQUORS and WINES aro
To please the taste of every class of Customer.", from men like the famous and
To tl c humblest Housohnldcr of the land.
Flours. Sugars, Teas, Coffoo, Bacon,
Lard, Segara, Tobacco. Fine CognaoJBrandy aud Pure Whiskey for Modioina1
purposes. All to be had for the asking at
C. D. KOHTJOHFS
At FUNDERBURK'S OLD STAND.
J. W. PATRICK & CO.
T. G. VINCE.
n??r^etfu11j e?U the sttention of the Public to their NEW ADDITION of SPRING
? tOObg just rVceiTetJ ?n<l fer sale at EXCEEDINGLY LOW pricks. Our stook consists
n pnrt of
lbkos, japanf.SK. GRENADINES. oil col'd percales polka dots, lawns.
CROCHET NAINSOOKS, PLAIN and check cambric,
VYIJITK and colored organdies. *
NQTIOTSTS, FAB A SOLS, AO.'
LATEST STYLES SPRING CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHING
: ? GOODS.I
We hare brr.ujlt to this Market the tlllLI lIHiTLIt ST ill SHIRT
which we guarantee to FIT and WEAK better than any other kind. Measures taken and
ms'le to order.
liming for a long time seen the necesnitr of introducing a FIRST class ROOT
and KHOE in this Market, will make this Department a SPKCIALTY, where can be
found any kind of Roota and Shoca deairad, from the nicest Philadelphia hand m?<!e to
the more common grades. Call and inspeet our stock before you purchase and see if we
can plcnse you.
J. W. PATRICK & CO
nprl 26 62
aswaw asaaai w?m aaaaa mmc^mmrntm m
. , ?b * f -i srfa'jfWCrfjr *^' * *x if ' ft?" ?'*
Now is the time to get BARGAINS.
n?; 10 ? If
SOL I II (AKOJJNA RAILROAD.
Ciiabt,eston, S. C. December 14, 1872.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY DECEMBER
14, the . Passenger Tumi, on the South
"nrolina Railroad will run as follows .
Leave riuirteston.0 40 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.5.20 P. M.
Leave Charleston.930 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6.20 P. M.
FOU I'HAKI r.MON.
Leave Columbia.9.00 P. M.
Arrive :it Charlcstou.4.45 P. M
Leave Augusta.0.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charle.stoii.4.45 A. M.
com'MBIA NIUHT KJt I'RIBS-?SUN DATS f-XCKPT
Lenre Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.30 A. M.
Leave Columbia.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4 45 A. M.
AtJtirsTA NllillT rxPFEHS-SUNIIAIS kxcrtted
Leave Charleston.R.tfO P. M.
Arrive, at Augusta.7.35 A. M.
Leave Augusta.6.15 P. M
Arrive at Charleston.5.60 A. M.
Leave Stttnmcrville at.7.25 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston at.?.40 A. M.
Lenve Charleston at.3.86 P. M.
Arrive at .Sumiuerville at.4.50 P. M.
Leave Camdcn.7 20 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.11.55 A. M.
Leave Columbia.2.10 P. M
Arrive at Caiudcn. G.55 P. M.
Pay and Night Trains connect at Augusta,
with Macon and Augusta Kail Road, Central
Rail Roa i and tteorgia Rail Road. This is
the quickest an>l most direct route, and an
comfortable, and cheap as any other route to
Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Loui?,
and all other points West und Northwest.
Columbia Night Train connects with
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, und Day
and Night Trains connect with Charlotte
Through Tickets on sale, via this route to
all points North.
Cnmden Train connects at Kingvllle daily
(except Sundays) with fay Passenger Train,
and runs through to Columbia.
A. L.TYLER, Vice-Presirient.
S. R. Pickkns, General Ticket Agent.
Doors, Saslies, Blinds, &c
P. P. TO ALE,
Jlaniilacturer and Dealer,
j No. 20 Hayne Street and Horlbcck's Wharf
CHARLESTON, S. C.
fl?y This is (he Largest, and mo?t Com
plete Factory of the kind in the Southern
States, and all article* in this line can be
furnished by Mr. 1' I*. TOALE at prircs whioh
80S*" A pamphlet with full and detailed
lisi of nil sixes of Doors Sa?hes ami Blinds,
and the prices of each, will be sent free aud
post raid, on npplicatiod to*
: p. p. TOAi.K,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
july 15 wee
MONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
For Night I* Price.eMj!
RUT Tilt; DIAMOND SPECTACLES WILL
If you value your Fyesight use these Per
feot Lenses, (Iround from Minute Crystal
Pebbles. Melted together, and derive their
name ? ?Diarnoud" on account of their llard
ne-s snd RrilMancy. They will last many
years without change, and are warranted
superior lo all others in use.
Manufactured by thn Spencer Optica'.
Manufacturing Co., New York.
CAUTION. ? None Gcnuing unless stamp
ft with our trade mark.
For Salo by Responsible Agents through
out the Union.
E. J. OLIVEROS,
jan 20--ly Oraugeburg, S. C.
Citizens1 Savings Bank
OF SOUTH CAUOLINA,
Will pay 7 PER CENT. INTEREST on
SP EC IA Ii DEPOSITS and 6 PER CENT, en
SAVINGS DEPOSITS, Compounded Semi
1 Local Finunrc Committee.
Hon. THOS. W. GLOWER.
Col. PAUL S. FELDER,
Capt. JNO. A. HAMILTON.,
JAS. H. FOWLES,
mar 23 . jan ely
At Private Sale.
THE PLANTATION forming a part of
the Estate of the late Col. Kein, und
known an the DARRY PLACE. The tract
consists of about 600 acres, one half well
Timbered, the remainder Rich, Bed, Loam
Soil, adapted to Crops nf all kinds. These
are the Finest Lands in the District, and
were valued at $20 per acre In 18t*i?5. Would
be sold for one-half tha* ,udce now. One
fourth cash, the romair er in three instal
ments bearing interest from date and se
cured by mortgage of tho same.
This is a splendid chance for aneryae de.
siring to secure Rich Lands, fine Wator Pow
er, excellent Cattle Range snd a Refined
Neighborhood. Apply to
Mrs. L. M. KB I TT,
Or J U KEITT, Esq.
tfjcr to MO PJCR DAT! Ageata
$0 WANTED I All classes of working
people, of either sex, young or old, make
more money at work for us in their spare
momenta, or all the time, than at anything
else. Particulara free. Addr-ss
GJ 9TINSON * CO.,
sept 9.1 -lo Fort]tad, Maine.
ARRIVING BY EVERY
7. ' ad I .1 g ;i 1| era*** gftf
GEO. H. CORNELSON'S.
In order to be prepared for the demand* of the season, I am receiving large supplies of
all the various goods needed at this time of the year; suoh as
Plantation Supplies, Tools. Plows, Iron,
And everything else necessary to make a crop. I am Agent for the following t?!i?/,?
and established Manures :
ETI WAN GUANO,
ET1WAN DISSOLVED BONK,
ETI WAN CHOP FOOD.
ATLANTIC ACID PH08PHATE,
E FRANK COE'S PHOSPHATE,
LAND PLA8TER LIME AND SALT.
All the above Manures sre offered at mat) rfacturers prices will bo sold at the same
terms as at the work* and will be delivered if requested at any depot on the South Carolina
job 1 GEO. H. CORNELSON.
RUSSELL-STREET, ORANGEBURG, 8. C.
The Subscriber takes great pleasure in announcing to his FRIENDS and the COM
MUNITY that be has OPENED a FIRST-CLAS8 HOTEL, at the Larga Reaideace receat
ly occupied by Mr. Hsne Wnnnamaker. Comfortable Accommodations, a Bounteous
Table and Courtcu* Attention are Guaranteed.
jan 18-3m J. W. H. DI KE?.
HEaULAH DAILY TRADE.
ANOTHER TRAIN JUST IN AND FILLED WITH
AND CUSTOMERS SHOPPING AT
BULL, SCOVILL k FIRE,
flaking Selection from their Extraordinary Large tnd Varied Stock of
Their assortment, with constant additions, is
Both as to STYLES and QUALITIES.
Their facilities in drawing supplies from desirable Markets
FOR THE CASH ~
Enable them to make the heat possible RATES, which is the OLD RULE C<m.
tinuod from its ORGANIZATION?
Giving an cspertrncc of 30 years in Business.
Economy and Enterprise, together with the Energy and pentiemanTy depart
ment of all their Assistants, arc always found at the OLD ESTABLISHED
BULL, SCOVILL & PIKE.
may 25 o 1?
r% \r*~ - ?? l* t ^
? -< ? e-N
<*??)<?< i ;? i ? :?
VVfOULD INFORM THE TUBLIC THAT HE IS 8 TILL CARRYING OK TW* CAB*
TT riage M?kln? in all its various brenehes, and will Manufacture cr Repair at the
Shorten* Notice, all Carriages, Buggies er Wagons. And am ahm prepared with
NEW PRESS AND GTO GIN AND S?ACfc COTT?S
?s ? frv 1 e?i??>#-??Ji Wfiy*.- 4M ?e treel i
SHORT NOTICE. Cotton CANNED AT MY MILL has broujV frt?m t
than that Ginned on tke common GUe.
oe? 2-lr B. BISO*