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TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. }? GOD A.iSTI> OTJR ibOTJlSTTRY'. ' . ALW?VS IN ADVANCB.
VOLUME 9. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 1875.' NUMBER 41
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P. P. TO ALE,
Manufacturer
BOOKS, SASHES,
BLINDS, FLOORING, &C.
Dealer in
. .Builders Hardware,
Paints, Gils, ?c.
Sole Agent fur
"THE NATIONAL MIXED PAINT CO.
THE CHEAT AMERICAN Fl HE EXTIN
GUISH EU CO..
PAG2 MACHINE BELTING COMPANY.
Sfr.Kl> FOR PRICES.
OFFICE & WAREROOMS
JVos'l 20 aiid 30 Slayne'
and 33 and 35 PincJtncy Sis.
FACTORY and 1ARBS,
Ashley River, West End Broad St,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Bept 25 1875 ly
JfoMICTAELH?USE
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
'This HOUSE is how open for the recep
tion of BOARDERS/ GU ESTS well taken
care of. The TABLE amply .supplied, and
a ITACK meeting ench train at the Depot.
Termn Moderate.
?may 29 1S75 ly
J? CARD
Dr. J. G. WANN ASIA KER & Co., heg
to inform the public that they arc better
prepared to till Ord ers than over before.
The Orangeburg Drug Store Khali at nil
hours he ntHivided with competent persons
for filling Orders with dispatch, sit from
now henccfoward the people of Orangcburg
need not bo placed in a dilemma to know
where Xo Und a Druggist. W'c also express
our graWiil th;m'kH U> (lie public for the
. magnanimous support given uk, and with
strictest attention to busiticss?hope to ever
maintain their confidence
Vr. J.ti. WANNAMAKKU i\ Co.
aug 21?Hia
THE
STATE GRANGE FERTILIZER,
AND '-THE CLIMAX,"
Two fiiBt dann, pure bone, umiuoniated
Fer?liioni, for aalo by D. JENN1XG8 &
80N and J. D- A1KKN, Agents, Charleston.
8.. C. The highest testimonials can be
given. IMoa*o send for circular.
rang 23? 3m
Tho Cordial It a im of Myricum
and Tonic Pills.
"p I
NERVOUS DEBILITY,
However obscure the cause may he which
oontribatc to render nervous debility a
dia?a bo prevalent, affecting, an it docs,
nearly one-half of our adult population, it
b a melancholy fact that day by day, and
year by year, wo witness a most frightful in-,
anmaa of nervous affections from tho Blight
eat neuralgia to the more grnve and
?Urem? forma of
NERVOUS PROSTRATION,
La characterized by a general languor or
woakness of tho whole orpm ism, especially
?f the nervous system, obstructing and pre
venting the ordinary function* ofttalurc;'
bonce there is a disordered slate of tbc
secretions; constipation', scanty ami high*
oolored urine, with an excess ofearlliy or
lime sediment, indicative of waste of brain
and nervo substance, frequent palpitations
of the heart, loss of memory and marked
irresolution ?f purpose, and inability to
carry into action any well-defined business
enterprise, or to fix the mind upon any one
thing at a time. There is great sensitive
ness to impress, though retained but a short
time, with a flickering and Muttering condi
tion of the mental faculties; rendering nn
individual what is commonly called a
wbifllc-miuded or flickh-mindcd mail,
This condition of -the individual, distrcss
'iug as it is, may with a certainly be cured by
TBE CORDIAL BALM OF SYRICUAl
AND L?T URO I fS TONIC PILLS,
Medicines uurivn'od for their wonderful
properties ami remarkable eures Of all Ner
vous Complaint?. Theiridlicaey is equally
great in the trvatmentHiiid cure of Cancers,
Nodes, Ulcers, Pustule, Pimples, Tetter,
Fever, Sores, Ringworm, Krysipelas, Scald
bead. Barbers* Itch, Scurvy, Sali Rhium,
Copper-Colored niotchca, f ffaiidtilar Swell
Jugs, Worms ami Black Spots in tho Flesh,
Discoloration*, Ulcers in the Throat, Mouth
and Nose, '.Sore Legs, and Sores of every
cJiaractcr, because, these medicines arc' the
very best
BLOOD MEDICINE
Ever placed before the people, and are war
ranted to Ik; .'he most poworfull Alterative
ever originated by man, removing Morbid
Sensibility, Depression of Spirits, Dementia
and Melancholia
B0)T Sold by nil Druggists, and will ho sent
hy express to all parts of the country qy ad
.-, dressing the jiroprict >r, <!. KlMlAR
) ;.OTBROP, M. I)., 1 1.1 Court street, Boston,
Mass., who may be consulted free of charge
e'thcr personally or by mail. .Sent! 25 cents
aid get a copy of his Rook on Nervous
Disrases.
\ in/; 11 1JJ7-3 , ly
[Fob tub Nmvs anu Time?.]
lMil4Desperandum.
I by joankm.
Though malic? with Ua jiuioned tonguo,
Should try to drive me mad;
Though cowards nhould mo daily wrong,
My spirit must be glad.
For in this troublous hourofmino,?
This liour when friends are few,
There are sonic hopes which on mo triune,
home hearts I know are true.
The skulking sneak, the perjured soul, j
The lips that love to lie,
Tlictse jewel.-, rare, they'll not control!? ,
On (/litwCj my hop?.a rely.
The craven heart may beat with lifo,
And inoiui that I'm not dead;
Uut what care I for idle strife
When by Mich friendshir* led ?
iio (k1iK.I1 fake'my cvtii course,
; And Htill puisne the.' right;
And spurn the lilihy, wicked Houree
? That w?iuhl my spirit blight. ?. j
October 301 b. 1875.
Good Common Sense.
Connected with improper food, im
pure air is the greatest cause of the
excessive infant mortality in our
American cities.
? The importance office ventilation
of, nurseries . aipl the sleeping apart
ments of children is not sufficiently
appreciated.
I Considering the defective food mid
clothing of the children of the poor,
and the condition of their dwellings,
it is evident that much of the health j
which they possess is owing to their
spending much of their Lime cluriut*
tho day in the open air. I
The organs of respiration will con
tinue healthy or become diseased; ni
' accordance with the nature oftb.- i
I atmosphere, or in plain language, n.
tbo air is pure or impure; ami as they
become deranged, '.he blood becomes
i vhiatod, just in proportion us the air
is impure Air that has been freuiunt
ly breathed is deprived of its oxygen,
ami becomes charged with carbon,
land is thus rendered unfit for breath
ing. This should always he attended
to, taking care to admit, fresh air ai
j purify it in (hose apartments which
are inhabited by children. Children
evince uneasiness by crying or fretfni
uess, and a constant recurrence or ir
ritating causes renders them habitu
ally fretful. The? are, therefore, in
jured morally as well tU physically,
by breathing an impure atmosphere.
Puro air is the great promoter of
healthy action in all the body, but
especially in the liver, lungs and skin,
and, therefore, is more conducive to
the vigorous performance of the diges
tive luuetions and also those of the
brain.
To show the importance of a fresh
supply of air, we brcnlhcubout twenty
times a minute A healthy man
spoils, by breathing, about fifty ?seven
hogsheads of fresh air every day. All
living bodies must breathe oxygen or
die.
AH the animal functions arc main
tained by the jnccstniit play of nilini
ties between the atmosphere and the
organs, and all are conveyed directly
to the blood.
We breathe twenty distinct and
separate inspirations in one minute;
1,200 times in one hour, ami 28,800
times in every twenty-four hours. See
the effect this must have in brca/hirik
{bill or confined air, and how much
health und life depend on a copious
supply of fresh air. How, then, can
people overlook this fact,that to live,
wc must lutvea lull supply of it.
In proportion to the vitiation of tho
air by the breath and by exhalations
from the body, it becomes capable of
receiving and conveying the infectious
seeds of disense. Thus the disease,
typhoid fcvrr, is ?fter produced and
communicated wherever the ventila
tion is deficient; thus has ignorance
often prepared a soil for the growth
of pestilence in every age und clime.
"Georgy" said a benevolent old
gentleman to the youthful son of a
family he was visiting, ''what arc you
going to do when you become, a
limn ?"
"Move where I am not known and
and put up it hotel," replied the
uchin.
Flinging Shadows.
We have no more right to fling an
unnecessary shadow over the spirit of
those with whom wo have to do, than
we have to fling n stononnd injuro
them. Yet this flinging shadows is a
very common siu, and one to which
women are particularly addicted
Oh, what a blessing is a merry, cheer
ful womau in a household ! One
whose spirits are not affected by we'
days, or little disappointments, or
whose milk of human kindness does
not sour in the sunshine of prosperity.
Such a woman in the darkest hour
brightens the house like a little piece
of sunshiny weather. The mngnelism
of her smile; the electrical brightness
of her looks and movements, infect
every one. The children go to schob
with a sense of something great to hi;
achieved; her husband goes into the
world in a conqueror's spirit! No
matter how people worry und annoy
him all da}', far off her presence
shines, and he whispers to himself
"At home I shall find rest..'' So day
by day she literally renews his
strength and energy; and if you know
a mau with a beaming face, a kind
heart -and a prosperous busiue.^s, in
nine cases out of ten you will find lie
has u wife of this kind; for nothing i
morc certain than that the man who
who is married must.ask Iiis wife for
permission to bo happy ami wealthy.
? !? i j.?? j.. in ??
Some farmers make it a practice to
keep the poultry in the orchards from
early spring till cold weather sets in.
and they find that it pays for s<?
doing. A picket fence should bebuil;
around the orchard high enough to
prevent their flying ever, with suit
able buildings placed in one corner of
the yntd to shelter them at night.
Thus situated the poultry will thrive
and prosper, keeping themselves in
good condition, and the increase of
eggs will be greatly augmented and
their usefulness enhanced to their
Owners at least on account of the
myriads of insects and worms they
'destroy, and which will more than
repay the cost of building the fence.
By kcepiug them enclosed in this
manner a larger number of fowls may
bo retained in the orchard, and the
continual scratching which is done by j
them will prove advantageous both
to the soil and the trees themselves.
Victory.?-She was an elderly
lady, and as she seated herselfou bit';
of the stools in Wallach's store and
asked to be shown some "caliker," ube
remarked that whon she was a "gal"
sho thought she was powerful lucky
if <ihe got sixteen yards in a dress,
and sho thought it a "sinful" waato of
stuff to put in more; but she had jusr.
"heorn" that Mrs. X. was goin' to
have forty-two yards in her new
caliker, and she hoped that there
might be a cloud burst in seventeen
minutes if that air woman should
stare round at her and make remarks
about her clothes. ''You kin just cut
me off forty-threo yards, and I'll
have it made pinbuck fashion, with
tin overdress und a square mainsail
and a fly in' jib and a backaction; then
I'd jist like to sec that stuck up Mrs.
X. put on airs over mo,"
Hints on I'reseuyation ok the
Piano?The piano should no bo
placed in u damp room, or left open
in a draft. Dampness is it most
dangerous enemy. Do no' place the
piano near the stove, open grate fire,
hot air furnace. Place a lump of
camphor, wrapped in soft paper, in
one of tho corners inside, for the pre
vention of moths. An India rubber
or cloth cover should in every case
protect the piano A new piano
should be tuned at least every four
months during the first year, and the
greatest importance is to have your
pianos tuned by only competent tun
ors.
A Kansas Judge has decided that
a man and wile can go to any place
of amusement on a ticket that .says
"adjilit one," as by law they are con
sidered "one."?A'r.
Now, boys, that's encouraging.
Let's all get tickets for "one."
A very gei&eel appearing young
rimn, wearing kid gloves, and carrying
a litho and 'flexible walking/ -sti*,L".
thought he would have n j?dto with a
rusty and veaerablo fanner on tho
fair grounds. ,
"Halloo," said tl". vCnhdy, ''nro you
ono of the judged on liojj's ?"
"Waal, ynas, wall; riijht up and let
tnc look at you," .^?id the old farmer.
That yoiu.lt-wao soon lost timid the
crowd, and no* other judges on awino
jaw hi in.
- "??>?? ??
A clcrgymcpi meeting a little boy
of Itia acquaintance said, "This \t>
quite a stormy ^ny my son '(" ' Yea,
air." answered; the hoy, ''this is quite
a wot rain." The clergyman, thinking
to rebuke snob hyperbole asked if he
ever 'knew of'any other than a wet
raiu. ''I neveivknew personally of
nny other," r^urncd the boy; "but I
have read iivnvertniu hook of a time
when it rnincdvfire and brimstone rind
I guess that was not a very wet ruin."
? in
Between virjXteaun vice there is no
middle path. * ^ '
He that wdfts for dead men's shoe?
may go a long time barefoot.
He dies lik^ beast who has done
lid good while ueflived.
Death has nothing terrible in it
but what life has made so.
A profitably, rcligun never yet
wanted proselytta.
A great fortune in the hands of u
fool is a great misfortune.
When a utnn is. ready to go where
duty calls, he should go home.
A lazy nuufis churn has been in
vented in Yet huntt. \ .11 ibtuljustcd lo
a WJtgi.n, lu^K^li n runu has to do is
to (lrVve"d7)wh lbrthe '"hiii'il) >Vnd wlicn
he gets back tho butter lues come.
As the ladies walked on the beach
with their long hair down, because
otherwise "it lakes so long to dry,"
it w.as tho enAin terrible who said
triumphantly, "Mammi leaves all
hers at the lo.el."
When you hear a good story from
the lip9 of a blupid man, and see a
silk umbrella in the hands of a man
who does not pay for a newspaper,
you may know that both have been
borrowed.
With or without Portabio Hot Wntor floscrvolr and Closot,
Don't to? as oM-fulueail Store, cut est oco
With all latest improvements.
Largest Oven and Flues, l ongest Flro Box for long wood,
Ventilated Oven, Fire Back and Firo Box Bottom?la
sure* n Quirk, Sweet and Even Bake and Roait.
Swing Hearth and Ash Catch. Won't soil floor or carpet.
Durable Double and Braced Center and Ring Covers.
Burns but little wood. Ha; Mica or Solid Iron Front.
Carefully Fitted Smooth Castings. No Old Scrap Iron*
Nickel Plated Trimmings, Tin Lined Oven Doors.
Ground and Silver-like Polished Ed^es and Mouldings.
Heavy. Best New Iron. Won't crack.
WAEBAHTED 3ATI3rAC?027.
Manufactured by
RATH BONE, SARD & CO., Albany, N.Y.
Bold by an BnUrprtHng DeaUr in every Town.
W1LLCUCK * W?LKE,
nov 20?Jim Oruugchurg, S. C.
"du. Ii. ii?niTek?-co.
S I* EC 1A Ij Vit A CT IC
Cancers. Tumor.-?, Chronic Ulcers, Scrofula,
Epilepsy, Female Oi^ea.-es, Liver
Diseases, Venereal Diseases,
iSkin diseases, and all
kindred iillllctions *
.S1 ? CCESSI'l'LL y Til EA TED.
Cancer? and Tumors will be treated with
our Specifics, without the iiso of the knife,
without loss of blood, and with but little
pain to the patient.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Terms of treatment easv. Wo have
opened a Itramh OlHceat.'MARION 0. II.
S. C
Olliec in Suniter, S. C.
DH. J. MILF.? HUNTER & CO.
HOW TO CUKE FEVIilt AXO
AGUE.
If uny person suflcririg with Fcvuu ash
Aut'K Intermittent or Bilious Fever wilt
call at the DrugSloro of I>R. A. 6. DUKES
und got a bottlo of AGUE CONQUEROR,
their immediate euro ? cortain, ami iuu
ch i I In will not coma back during thataenaon.
It contain! no Quinine, Anienio or other
Poidons, and after taking one-half bottle
you will feel butler in hunlth than you have
it'll perhaps for years. It entirely clcatisiu
(he whole system, purifier the liver and
other secretory organs. Price $1.00 por
bottle Iry it. Ask your Druggist about
others who have used it.
DU. A. C. I)UK KS.
TXK1E i?ie i>kk hk?!a;ii'i>
PITJM.ISIIKD EVERY SVK?NJCSl)AY,
AT
WADERBOKO', N. C.
only oxk Hollar run yeah.
Bright, cheerful, progressive, always up
U? tin* advancing thouubts of the times, the
l/fiatd taVcs rank with the leading .Jour
nals of the day. It is on the side of Christ
ianity.
The 7/iiraW is devoted to tho family
cbe'e. It (-Antains original ami jeleetcil
stories, wit, humor, etc. Every family in
the laud should subscribe lor it. Its low
price (only one dollar) places it within tin
re..ch of the pworcat in the land. We pay
postage.
Read What The Press thinks of us.
The Piedmont (N. C.) Prem savs; The
Uvrald is a sprightly sheet, fnll'of new?
aud other interesting reading ??alter.
The Itcruld i? a Frst Claas Family Paper
Having sonic of the ablest writer* in Nmth
Carolina attached to its stall! There if
enough humorous reading in it to make one
laugh for a week?enough to keup you
iollv till the nextcomb??Rockiuart |(?a-l
News.
PItO.SI'KCrUH.
THE TEMPERANCE OBSERVER.
(iitF.KNvn.i.i:, S. C.
To the I'ricnd.i of Tcmpci\iurc Throiiyhoiit Ihc
Sinti:
There being no Temperance journal pub
lished in the .State, the undersigned piopose
at an early date tu establish a Newspaper in
the city of < ireenville, devoted to the cause
and promotion of Teinperanco, and tleaign
cd- as |hu organ uf the (inod Templars and
Sous of Temperance and of the Temperance,
brotherhood South Carolina; In itH^adv?
caey of it* principles it will alMO combine
the publication of jll matters and informa
tion tending to strengthen thcTeiii| eranec
order* of the Slate; such as the giowth ami
progress of I bdgei and Divisions, .statistic,
essays, sloric-j, ect. Portions of the paprr
will be devoted to general literature, news
in brief, pociry, etc., for the entertainment
of the family circle.
We a..k the suppr>W of the friends of |
Temperance I'eTortn, Church aienibpni and
minister^ of Religion
If we receive xutiicicnt riihseriplion-', the
first number will be Issued early in
November.
Remit all money by P. O. money order
or Registered Letter or Bank Check.
J. C, & K. UAifjKY^
Proprietors.
(Ireenville, 8. C, 8ept. 25, 1S75.
OPERATIVE
AND MECHANICAL.
IiY
AM. Snider. T.J.Calvert.
Office opan at all times.
N O W
S & T II K T 1MB
For tou lo buy your
Drugs, Xfodieyica,
Toilet Articles,
Paints, Oil?n
Brushes, &c.
Also a Fine AsKurtmeiit uf
Cutlery, Scgnrs,
Tobacco and Pipes.
All of which will be wild CHEAP for
cash at the
<;i.2> Dl?'? STOKE
ok
OR AN CHi" BUllO,
ii y
5>r. A. C. WilKES.
U K M O V E 1*
TU TUE UK AH
OF
a. fisch KK'h ?tour
Where i mu pruparcd to serve the Public
at the shortest notice in my line of busimss.
Thanking the Citizens for their liberal
patronage in the post, 1 hog a continuance of
the tunic in the future.
MOS KS M. BROWN, Barbar,
GKO. S. SIIIKK11,
Com riii?sio'ri Merchant,
i)K,\i?i:n in
t; R( CKBI KS, VIN E \VINKS, iyc.
j Agent for Barton's Planter, Avcry's Plow's,
ami all kinds of Agricultural
I hi piemen ts,
At New Brick Store next lo Duke's Drug
Store. sept "J??Ulli
Lolled to the Froj.t
GRANGE STORE.
The Ilighost Murkot. prico paid for
Country Produce, sush km Corn, Vom, KU?*
l'illdcn, Eggs, Chicken*, t'oulro, Hidea?
fiooswnjc, 'i'aflow and \TooL
ALSO
Freah (irocfrles At., alnaya on hand,
A full and complete stnuk ofCloeita,
Jewelry? Cutlnrv Ac, at reasonable price*.
Repairing Wntclicii Clocks, Jewelry <?c.
done in thu beat manner and at (he whortent
nullee nud at priie* tu suit the ?uiu?. ,
IC. KZBKIEL.
out 1Q ly,
j.Oil N OGRE M
nvccinsou ov
JiOHKRT .TENNY.
Importer and Manufacturor
OF
HARNESS & SADDLES,
Mils the pleasure to inform tho Public
tluil be has Received n heavy Stock fretii
the North of even- description what belong*
to a lirxt class Saddlery Kxtabliwhuicnl,
Also wish to draw particular atteution to
his Stock of
LA 1)1 ICS RID1N? SADDLES
and bis asahrluiuut of
silOKS.
Prices lower then over.
flood Saddles at $:t,50.
(iond Shiics nt $1.70
JONES, DAVIS
&
EomsHics-HTs. ,: ????
SUCCESSORS TO R. C. SHIVER & CO.,
an1> i' i.kks IS
Dry Go ids, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mat- :
tings, Hoots, Shoos, Etc.
GOLUMBiA, S. C.
The attention of publishers in every part
of this State is called to consider a very im?
portaut fuel, tiutnelv, that the old estnbish*
cd house of lt. 0." Sill VKIt & CO. la not
closed but reorganized upon the only basin
that business can be carried on Bucccxsfully,
STRICTLY CASH. '
J And we assure our patron* that, wa-ehnll
' coiuitnte the samo" honorable course.of dejd
inp with them that was sucha dbtiuguUhVd
feature with the hou?u of U. C. Sill Y f,U Ai
CO. Wy have now in store thu best selected.,
stock of ;
Dry Goods,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps,
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Shade-*,
Wall Papor, Etc.,
Ever seen in this city, selected by one o
the linn, who superintend* the buainwH, aud
consequently know.i the wants of this com
munity better than buyers ru-iiding cluo
whore.
The entire stock will bo offered at p*ioa?
never before ctpialedjia ihissectiou. The
Prices wiil startle and attract vou at aigfct.
W? invite you to*cnd al once for
Samples of these ISTovr
HANDSOME GOODS
And, if shown to your friends aud uolgh?
ho is, wu are ?ur? it will be to your advun
tage to send us a large order. VV? pay
freight on all bills amounting to $10 unit
upwards. All orders must be accompanied
with CASH, or we send them C. O. D?, ami
guarantee satisfaction.
Bent (He. Prints iu tho city.
Long Cloths 81. 10, 121c. 'Xraa
, equal to them iu the Stated
j Well known hrauda of Alpacas oj>4
Mohairs, just imported.
i Hosiery Department?Pull of well
assorted Goods nt Popular Prices.
GenU'Furnishing Goods complete, as
a department.
Our Loot and Shoo Department is bo*
com! to none on this continent.
From ttie cheapest Brognu to the
finest Hand Made Goods.
The most complete und best managed
Carpet Department in tho
AVOIiLD.
Cloths, Cuss j m ores aud Joana are
bought by the ciian and told
at a very mm all
ADVANCE.
Brown und Bleachml Shilling* aro
sold at
FACTORY PRICKS,
Flannels und Blankets at prices that
will
ASTONISH'
Wi? sit ail Expect up Order
Fro'm You or u Cull When
You Visit Our City.'
oct 2 1S7"> 3m
TV O A.RD,
The undersigned would nflbr Idfi thanks
lo'flie piti/.ehs lif Orangeburg County ftir th
liberal patronage which he has heretofore
enjoyed, .nid iu announcing tu them that ha
has associated hiimolf with Ojpt. F. II, W.
lhiggmtpin, and removed to the NEW
Si'OltK of that gei tleman, hopes that hta
old friends will hunt him up there, and
that he mnv add many new ones to his
W. K. CUOOIy,

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