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DeTreville & He v ward
[ATTOKNJCYS AND COUNSELLOKS
Orniixcbui'K <T. nr., N.
tlfff" Will practice in the various Courts
of the State
W. J. DeTreville, James S Heywartl
juno 23 tf.
ABI A Ij LAT B 3 R O 1?,
ATTOKNEY AT LAW,
Oi'hny.cliiii'.u', S- c1
JG!5?" Ollicc in'roar of MaKonio Mali.
March 3 lv
Knowlton & Wannamaker,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Orringckurg C If., S. <!.
?ug. 1?. Knowlton, P. 31. Wannaihakei',
Orangeburg C. IT. St. Matthews,
may 5 1S77 tf
JDK. 15. F. MUCIvKXFUSS
Pcntisl Rooms over Store!of Mr,Geo. II.
XH???" Charges Kcasokaltlc.
Dr. L. S.Wolfe ran lie found at h&ofliec
foyer Kzekiel's Store where lie is prepared
to execute work on l?ie most improved
styles, at short notice ami at reasouali
priuese All work guaranteed,
jane 30 i f.
Tlic Great Remedy for all Diseases of the Liver.
The Grout Cure tor Dyspepsia ami Liver Disease.
The Great Cure for Indigestion ami l.iver Disease.
The Great Cure for Constipation ami Liver I Hscaic.
The Gre.it Cure for Mel: Headache ?s; Liver 1 >i>casc.
ThcGic.it Cure fort hills. Fevers ami l.iver Disease.
The Great Cure for UiliotlS Attacks and Liver Disease.
For Sour Stomach, Headache ami Liver Disease;
?For Female Weakness, General Debility and Liver
\ A slate of the Stomach in which
I Li its functions an; disturbed, often
?fw without the presence of other
diseases; attended with loss of
appetite, nausea, heartburn, sour stomach, rising of
food after cat in;, sense of fullness or weight in the
stomach, acrid or fetid eructations, a fluttering 01
sinking at the pit of the stomach, palpitations, illusion
of the senses, morbid feelings and uneasiness ofvari
ous kinds, and which is permanently cured if you take
TEL IE PATIlsTB
A state of the bowels in which
the evacuations do not take place
as designed by nature and are inordinately hard and
expelled with difficulty, caused by a low Mate of the
system, which diminishes the action of the muscular
coat of the stomach. This disease is easily cured if
you will take
T3l IE PAT1 UNTIE
A condition of the Stomach pro
dttcedby inactivity of the l.iver,
when the food is not properly
digested, and in which condi
tion the sufferer is liable to become the victim < I
nearly every disease that hum.in llesh is heir to?
chills, fevers and general prosli?lion. It is positively
cured if you take
ZEH. IE PATI ZLST IE
Sick & Nervous
It was at one time supposed that
the seat of tin- btain was in the
stomach. Certain it is a wonderful sympathy exists
between the two, and ?hat eflei t< one ba.i an imme
diate effect on tho other. So it is t'...t a disordered
stomach invariably is followed by a sympathetic ac
tion of the brain, and headache* all arise fr< m Ibis
cause. Headaches are easily cured if yon \\ ill take
HI EES PATI ZL\T IE
Thi- former is the primary cause
of tin: latter. A sour stomach
creates the heat and burning sensati in, 'J he con
tents ol the stomach ferm-nt and turn sour. Su I:
stomach, followed by rjriping, colic and diarthiea,
When the skin is yellow, TAKE
When the tongue is coacd. TAKE
PAT I ME
DEATH TO DISEASE!
For bitter, bad taste in the mouth, t_a.i"ee
l>t)-A tcaspoonful in a wineglass full of water, as
directed on b< 'tile, and you nuvci w ill he :.ick. '1 bis
is saying a great deal, but we
MAKE NO MISTAKE!
> FIFTY DOSSS IN EACH EOTTLS. v
FOR SALI'. UY
A, V. liUK.KS; brtijjSi';,i.
tuayl'j 1*77 Jy
my Brother's Blue Eyed Uaby.
r.Y MUS. MAUV VtWNJJ.
Little blue eyed darling:
YVee, winsome, vornan el did !.
Now, sober as a very sage,
Then frolicsome and wild
.Inno roses twice have blossomed,
trinee Ii rat she wandered hero,
A wee whi.tc rose so fragile,
We inurlurcd it with ran.-.
And, little hhie eyed thirling - I
My only brother's child ? j
My naino.-akc. do you wonder
Kite's all that's ijweet and mild '.'
And when you l;miw L'm ehi'd'e-s,]
You cannot blame me much,
My bean is sometimes hungry, I
I'or love's soli, gentle touch.
I've filled lite place nf mother
Kor children not my own,
Anil eared for them as tho' they ?ere,
I'll I now they all are grown,
Ami this our little darling,
This youngest. oiie, you see? #
My brother'* blue eyed baby,
Is very dear to me.
I ' U.MJI i N U'ATKdJ ;
! .1//-. ICtfitui- :
Siu: Sullor me to furnish ybti
, with a lew dotting.-,"gathered up from
one of tho most pleasant excur
sion's ever enjoyed hy tho appro
oiatbr. Hut in so doing entertain
j not the least Jbiir that any thing will
I he oli'ered that will oast tho merest
] shade o'er our far lamed villajje or
its bright encircling^. And whilst
your humble writer would dwell with
interest intense upon tho rapid im
provement- noted in its archil cotitr 11
and eotnmeroial stsllus, ho wo-t'd also
hutu with pride the oul-eropjuhg oi
a liigher pr >gress in the devolopin :n I
Of the gospel under the suasi v"e lesion
in.-' 1:1 Molliclisuun, Weber, lit* i\v n;
et.cij with its iusoparsilde uiu:onipaiia
t: -eins, ihe trainings ut'ydur ciiiidreii.
^Uuiding forth in ihe bright galaxy
of ordci also, is seen wi h plOiisuiv, a
kSjellichitmp and a Shoridstu, lh.! eosi
lieciing links id' Ihe time-honored
instilution-; of tho sigo. 0;h irs also,
in?; the least in tho category ofsohbl
stslic wordi and iullucucc would
chronicle the names of a Miis Albjr
gitti, Miss Evsins "ot sti", vvli ?? ?
brigiiit career sis teachers has brought
tilieer and promise to u hundred
hearthstones. Under stich uijis to
what may not such a.-pirati >us lead !
Woman brighi'jrl of nature's works,
siiu 1 es, and nature'.- noblumcn pander
tojier inundates; To hei then let its
awaid the homage due to such supe
Jjui to my story. Left Oakhitid <ni
Tuesday Istst, stopped lor tin- night
at the beautiful mansion of Mr. 11.
ihe adopted I daugh ter of your much
loved village. The residence oven
looks the wide vsilo where, iminy of
the .-wei t waters meet an I roll in
listrinnny from tin- mountains t>> the
soli board. J lore Id ihe add a tribute
of admiration to her whom you do
li;:'it to p lace among the, many ini. bt
jewt-'s hroiiiid you. Early oh \Yi-d
n'i'sdity nioriiiiig, oven before stnsri.-o,
Whilst I was folding niv hands to
gethor in the onjoyiueui of :i ji'ittb
more sleep, a little mure slti.ub i 'i
somewliat hire excepti m lo !'? tial ?
feiiCTgy was up and :iwa\; proiin riii ? a
rain hie with the outgoings of tlic
morning to pi!I.?will ;- her head i.i
dreamy s'uiubers, whilst i'i : m ?r litig
iiir ever imparts si healthier sweeter
hlush to ehoeUs already aniina cd hy
ihe cyiiscioiisness of having iniproved
the early hotti'i Loiig may she bo a
bright examjde to her latisily siiitl
Iriund.-, and present heisell' lo the
world its due at lesist wli >. e pit-! is
abovo rubies! Hut aghiiii away to
debit's l.al.c, the loruiiui of our
Iii;?. Committing ourselves lo this
bosom of tin: .-wilt rolling .-ante q
whose history, unlike many of the
ft reams of animated existed : ?. >lili
I liiirries on in obetlience to ii- ?'rsttul
ami ploiious end ! Voluiiies could bo
written on its beautit'ul environ-.
Shady bowers greet the eye on uith r
iiide. The iii'?sktuHii? and ghipu viu ?
lot k the ibreit trees' (ogether; and
umlor llio weight of Jibe grateful
fruitage Im wing in graceful adoration
to the groat Creator Odd.
I Pas-siug <?n wo reached "Cold Rain
Inland,'' covering no area of ?soinc
Iweiity aero--, on as tho refuge of tho
run a-Way in days pa-st. Rut isolated
:u i: is, instruction may lie gathered
from tho heavy crop of wild oats that
covers it-; entire bojoin. The thought
that si more suitable placo to sow the
"wild i pi' corruption could not
bo found. T:ioy grow in sstfoty un
barred 1 ?y the surrouiiiling waters
Iroih the travel of animals or the
oner eachinc-nts of the ugrioiiltunilisL
' 'I lu- vile would j ?rollt by gathering
seed .mi- froui foil Rain Island.
Can't hi- had elsewhere. They ho ver
blight, a desirable porchniol, iu
digeuoiis siiuue in moral elements .
(locally; it is seed- time now. Pro
cure and sow l>r. tidcust upon the
waters; that in gathering you may
conduce to the comfort of tho animal
kingdom if not to higher ami nobler
Rulls Island appears next in the
category of Southern Remiuisenoos.
The name with the mound thrown up
by Iii Vi i during his occupancy of this,
portion of the country i.s handed
down to us traditionally. We respect-jj
fully leave its war record to be traced!
out by whom it may most concern.
Senior's Rake opens its broad
bosom of ttirbed waters. On tho
right shore the ve.aiges of early tillage
arc si ill seen, all telling of suiuethiu ?r
upon the name it bears.
Wright's illiiII, next in order, :i
beautiful e\:vntion still occupied as a
Se dt's Lake, Iii?: termini of our
pleasant ramble, spreads out its
placid \v:ileis before us, inviting us
! in i.i-i in the hook, hut instead we
I cast in our ucl sind drove :i largo
school of lb i: linhy tribe into its
meshes and hugging the same we.
returned with pledges tu c.i.ch oilier lo
! enjoy aguili, aiid al an early day, the
troal to which your attention has
i been railed.
lu-peelfiiliy yours, - J. 1?.
The Land ot Flip Jacks.
An Iki.sii.man's Rkctukf <>n TjImk
kia?Tin-: I'i.aci: to Of.t Yo?k
M?nkv Rack?A Vinn I)k
H'hiivrioN or nil-: I'lioi/iic'Ts of
Til 13 A Fit 10A n IvF.i'U lil.tU.
lOvctyhbdy who has traveled over
llio .*?-"?? 11111 Carolina Railroad must
J know Pal Wright; not to know l'at
\V rigid i- to acknowledge a i leg reo
? I ignorance which no traveller
would allow himself to bo suspected
of. Pal Wlight is a train hand oh
the road- a Milesian geiitl man of
v. ry good pa t;, (not to say a hand- |
Sonic mail,) and a fellow ol inlinitc
wit. In the nldcti time, hefuv I lie
I South Carolina Hail road had reached
j the point of putting sleepers on the
' nigbi Iraiii, Pat Wright us u\ to help
j many a way worn liavelor to beguile ,
(belong \vtary hours. IIisuuips and
: ;11!..? ~, (old with tin! twang of lite
rich Ita *?>?? brogue, bis I] iai.it .say- i
iiijs aiid hriglii wiiicisiiis ar.: k;i iwii
i brought the leiig Ii au 1 breadth ol
\ tin '..in!, All old travelers who go
river ih" South Carolina Railroad j
in ver jail in a k ilie lir.-t thing. "iV
Pal Wrighl i:ho:iid '?" Pat NViiglil,
was a be:; id of Conductor I <i. hyr'iS
I rain oil Saturday last on which a
reporter for lite dthin?d <?/'('?..//?.(</??
was wending hi- nay towards Green
"nilANCIM II I.!.!"
shouted Pal, as the train rolled up to
t be tit pot ol t hat chtssic and ancient
city. 'Twinly minutes for break last.' |
I The hungry passengers bolted from j
! the train, into the heat and co/.y j
j dining-i oom, where I hey boiled hot
. waliles, fried chicken, fresh water
brennt, and condiment.-*. Pat Wright
handed out his baggage, arranged it i
in . rider, closed up the haggugo car,
lit his pipe (hol liciug much addicted
to breakl'a-i) and lounged around
I the platform lo set) if there was any
i i'uit in sight. A.ii old seedy darkey
? was holding tip the tide 61'the lulu'-'
griijih olliee, and him Pat tackled.
A ii i hi ma ted conversation between
tho fwwSoou attracted about a dozen
waru^j?f the nation, who had been
just loafing iaround protnisoulously,
nnd;$|vVerul of the passengers, who
haviilg.sby this time cleaned out Col
onel '^Jnrrol's dining room, were im?
,iny'nig'a post prandial 0 o'clock cigar
The sfibject of the conversation he
lweei40?at Wright and the darkev
A^p?ii; however, as Bat had secur
ed af|rfttdicnee, he brauche 1 oil'into a'
lvgutai* lecture, which was taken
dow&djy the reporter, and is rcpro
ducef^i^'ro as near verbatim as the
.?-iioi'^and notes taken by a Milesian
repoi:;ev can catch the exquisitely
rich * Italian brogue in which tiie loo
turo||vas delivered. It seems that
whcU'the idea lirst struck him lo tlo
livciin&lcclurj, Pat had been CKpi
tiatiijfe to bis single dtiskey hearer
I le cj->nliuucd wi'.houl breaking oil".
'Cahyagcs is itV Philow! why, yea
(jghtcrscc thim in Liberia. Be
gill ye have to do is to go into
1 tell ye/., man, they grow
wilds^No cooking lo be done. Ye
jist ? Viic yer knife, go into yer gar
den. ?W course when yer hoougry.)
[iiuktSit a good looken cabbage, and
l lieh- ye/, have it,
A darkey. Wadisyah. He cook
in dj,, field */
CVskcd is it ? Ali inau ye don't
kno^l'hat yer talk ill about. 1 tell
viz t ie cabbages grows up already
cook J wid a foine Hitch uv bakin
in tfig middle ov it. and there ye
hav&ilio murphies and the praties
(aH^Ri'tikcd mind ye) laying around
I ho ij^ittotn jest a begging ye./, to ale
encvp?A general grunt of satisfaction
ViuW JACKS AXII MOW.ASST.S
.'B|it? continued the impelturablo
r:,l,ilVv ye don't, like kebbiges ibid
luek^to yc/if ye/, dou'l'j its all I be
saiiwv -iWben ye/, get up in the in ?i-1i
ing ;i.'l ?>?/. got t t do is lo go to a
Irei in the yard, raieb oat ye/, ban h,
lu-l-f-irp )'"f tin jdate. and ..scoop iu
the flapjacks smokiii hot, give them a
ilip, take your knife,slitick it in the
tinunk of the tree, ami there yer have
yer morlasscs. Yc see, me honies, hot
(lap jacks and inorlasses they all
grow on one tree so as to save ye/, the
trouble of walking. And thin there's
your coffee .-hlamin hoi wid milk aiid
sugar, iiinniti right by de house in a
a V?QS OK a possum.
Yc. have it already cooked. Becn'tse
way. / Why don't yer sec, the coons
and tlie possums they all run wild
rooked;' (At thin (toe of his listen
ers gulped as if something which h?
had tried to swallow bail chocked
him. I'at noticed the action and at
once made a dead set on (hat dar
"I ltd I ye/, its a fact an no lie I hat
I'm telling ye. The possnnis all gu
j cooked, av ye want a baked possum,
I ail ye have lo do is to take a light -
I wood klii.il and loo!; out fur ti fellow
; wid a long tail, knock him over an I
I I lien you have hint. loll av ye want,
j a steward possum; ye have lo look
.?ui let; one wi lout a tail; them's the
steward possums. Ob, boys but its
a gnat couuthry lo live in. |)y'e
*'j*.ivt:i:s ok corn; i;n,"
1 mane g lOiPeorn and rye lishkey, a
in ii neu all l rough the land. All ye
have to do is to get your cup an' and
scoop ii up out uv the river I hat runs
j by yer door. But then ye sec, (as he
detected another darkey gulping,)
i av yer waul a mixed tlbrink, av
course ye nave to carry yer fish key
to the barroom, an' git the swatchi IIS
and fix ins (nit into it.
One of the audience here asked,
with a.puzzled look : Look yer bos
way is de
'.mKAl. an l;Akin ?'
The male, man ! answered the Ice
lecturer, is it the male an the bakin ?
Sure av yc want male ye can get it
aisey chough. Male, it grows on
stalks like corn; and sure the pigs,
bless their sowls, they ai! run around
I lie woods cured and cooked. An,
whist! I'll tell yd sooming cl.so If
a ship comet to trade wid ycz, nnd ye
want to buy u bit 6' calico fur d'ould
oman or mebbe a shinhou fur do
swutchurt. (for 1 wouldn't tell ycz a
lie, (hint things don't grow on the
trees,) nil ye have lo do is to go to
the granebnek tree and pull down
the money by the bushels. There ye
have it. Oh be me sowl but its :i great
now to c;f;i" to liukua.
'Hut,'qucrricd theolddarkey whom
Pill had first tackled, nnd who hud
been gulping down every word of tho
lecture, 'How we gwine git day ?'
'A llnnnh, man, isn't the .'.ddp al
ready built to carry ye lo I>ybu'ri?i ?'
answered Put, 'an a mighty purty
ship siie is, to. D'ye mind; no lop,
no bottom, all sides. K( she turm
over in the say, ycz go right along
widout trouble, hocaiso she sails as
uisy on the top or the bottom, an' it
makes no dilicreucu to the passengers
.She has two sails ca top and four on
the bottom, an'
'All aboard' shouted tlic conductor
The passen go <s bolted from the train
l'at jumped aboard and as the train
rounded the curve t leaving Jiranch
viUc 11ill in the rustling pines, eight
dusky countenances, eight open
mouths and eigh t pair of shining oyc
bolls was the last sight thai greeted
the vision of the passengers, who set
tled in their seats while Pat resumed
the Work of cleaning bis lamps to the
tune of the W idow Much reo.
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This is lly-weather.
We l-'onobue needs punishment
j Sal: air diamond> aiv. the things
; lor s-iasi le wear.
Vitih o lb-am is making a bust of
tienoral (Jtister. Jt will bo a buster.
Who w.is it that declared that the
j beginning ami ending of a chicken
life ?\n.s a hatchet ?
The (rouble is ih-j strikers hive
datic.'d and the. people, have l) pay
Hard work ami no pay is better
than all shirk si lid no pay. That's
both rhyme and reason.
The Kuropeou armies will please
lake notice that the strike is over and
go ahead again.
Mr. 1 be her ought to try an ex
periment, dust see how long he can
live on bread and water without h iv
ing his moral powers impaired.
A tdight amount of knowledge
makes a fool happy, and gives him
contempt tor all the rest of the
'Now, boys, (his is a whale. Can
you tell me W'll it the whulo does
with all the. water be -wallows?'
Smart boy, who-.; father is p iwn bro
ker?'Please, sir, he spouts dt.V.
Cliief Joseph .-'-ems to have un
coupled from Iii?; main band and
shin led oH'on a side track. lie lias
j had too um -Ii steam on lor months
Howard might to have switched
The latest se.iii.imeiital poem is en
titled 'Al I lie Mar.' It. was penned
at a summer resort hotel, a half an
hour before breakfast, by tin: man
who told bis wife he was going out
lo look at t be surf.
Jt was a Koine undertaker who
assumed a sad expression and inten
ded to say, *l lather them id,' buthe
got conlused and merely remarked.
"? \\boo 'ein up,' when the mourners
sadly butexpeditio'usly bounced him.
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A competent authority says you
must always lie with your feet to the
equator. We have known several
excelled! liars who have .-hortoncd
their lives many years by neglecting
lo observe this rule.
Will some cxp.;rt mathematician
Ulke u piece of chalk and figure up
on the back door just how much hon
or New York reaps from tho achieve
ment of starving out Theadorable
Thomas, and compelling him to his
trained melody to the West ? Ho
I talks of .settling in Chicago?and
serve us right for our musical apathy
Lone in a Grave-Yard.
Have you ever beeu over to tho
Don't shudder, for that's where all
the heavy Saratoga flirting is done.
That's where yi it'll always find spoo
ny couples who disappear from tho
balconies of the Slates about 1L
o'clock iu the morning. It is a lovely
spot, the cemetery is full of shady
seats surrounded with sentimental
gravestones, which tell many tales of
?love and hope.
Think of a sentimental youngC0Ur
pie/spooning' and leading such an
epitaph as t his:
There is not an hour
Of tlav or dreaming night but I am with
There'*! not a wind but whi-persofthy name;
And nnl a (lower (bat .sleeps beneath thu
Hilt in its hues or fragrance tells a tale
Oi l bee ?
And the Saratoga graveyard is full
just .such epitaphs.
Yesterday I went up to the grave
yard for the (iist time this year. In it
I found seventy-five c .pics of spoony
young people. Mr. Hamilton, who
told me last year about the duel of
his lather, Alexander Hamilton, with
Aaron Burr, says there arc forty five
widows now at the States, and out of
these forty live I saw twenty two in
the cemetery. Don't tell me that
widows don't know how and wdicro
Right near the grave of Chancel
lor Wal worth sat two of thelovingcst
lovers iu Saratoga?young,senttutoii*
till and gushing. They have beeu
engaged the last two weeks. Passing
behind the monument with Mr. Pal -
m -r.-tou, the venerable old sexton, I
b aid the following loving e n versa?
tiou from these melting lovers, almost
ton full for utterance :
I give it literally.
' What awful poetry on tho grave
stones, lovely !'
? What, sweetie ?x
*l said what d read fill verses on tho
gravestones, darling 1' s
..'Oh, did you?any own ?'
'Yes, duckey, listen !'
'Here lies tbc wifc?f Robert Recularj
lie walked I be whys of God perpendicular
'0:>, my !'
Then came a long pause. Ho was
holding her hand ill one of his, while
the other whipped hi* pantaloons
leg with a cane. Then the pause was
interrupted by ?
'Oil, sweetie !'
'What; Charley ?'
'Such queer gravestones !'
'Such queer what, darling ?'
'1 said what strange poetry on tho
?Oil; did you, pftt?,
' Yes, angel; look at that one :
?IU year- a maiden,
1 year a wife:
2 months a mother,
And that took her life.'
'Oh, Charley !!
That is j list what these loving lov
era mi ill.
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Ten Indiana editors havo been ap
pointed to office by President Hayes
Of 1 IS Cardinals created by Pope
Pius IX., otdy 58 are now living.
A little boy, when asking his moth
er how many Gods there were, was
correctly answered by his younger
? Why one, to-be sure !'
'Bui how do you know that?'
'because,' he replied, 'pud fills
every place, so there is no room for
If it is not asking too much, \70
would like to have some illustrated
newspaper publish a scene on tho
banks of (he Danube, in which a
moon, anil a blear-eyed villiaii in a
punt ilo not figure. Call it 'Danube
by Day,' and run a mountain high
enough (o cover the usual moon.
A very dc-iroablc HOUSE and LOT,
now occupied by Cha*. S. Bull. For
further particulars, apply to
J. \V. MOSELEY.
juno '2 ' 3m