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VOLUME V FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1879. NUMBER
JUST OPENED ONE DOOR
I>r. A. C. Dlilcc's DriiR More,
3?. gl canon
Who will keep
constantly on hand
a FULL and COM
PLETE slock of
u tic. j,
Goods ol every descriptions
Also all kinds of Repairing done
on the shortest notice lo Ouns, Pistols,
Leeks, Umbrellas, and
SEWING MAO I 11 XES
Done up and Adjusted.
4ISTAU goods and work warranted to
give entire satisfaction in quality work
manship and price.
Thanking my ?friends'for past patronage
I kopc lo merit a continunee of tin* same
m tkc future. 1'. ?- CANNON.
?ept2S 1878 ly
A X L)|
1 ara now giving
mv p K It SON A L
ATTENTION to niy Business of
And will guarantee that my work iu the
future shall he as GOOD as in the past forty
years that 1 have beer, in the business.
REDUCED MY I? I?IF.S
To SUIT the TIM KS, and if you will call
?b me I will guarantee that mv charges and
-work will give full SATISFACTION.
1 am now prepared to manufacture 'he
"Which for comfort and ea.-e cannot be ex
Constancy on band KOSE WOOD and
BUR] Al j CASES
Of all sizes. Give me a call.
^ S?pt 01
HBFor tin- BJH?
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n crptlon or ??
?T llents. I>r
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'Orth* Mii-rtty truru<>t s.-iniii;ii Weakness, l.nrt
Hauhooil mid nil disorder* lirniiKlil ou l>y lr..li*
cr*>tion nr exeiaw. Anv linieciKt Him thr tnnro
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IT IONIAN "MISl-JiV.
JusllPublithetl iv a Sailed Envelope.
Price air crn/s.
A Lootiire on (he Ma
ture, Treatment; and Radical
cure of Seminal Weakness, or
Spermalorrluea, induced by Self-Abuse,
Involuntary Ktnissions, 1 in potency, Nerr
*?\:n Debility, and Impediments to Marriage
fenerally; Cousuiuptioii, Epilepsy, and
'its; Mental aud Physical Incapacity, ?&c.?
By KOIIKUr J. CUI'V;KltWKLb* V. I).,
author ot ihe ''(Sreeii Book," Ate.
'J'be wot Id-renowned author, in this ad
mirable Lecture, clearly proves from his
own experience that the awful consequences
of Self-Abuse may ho ettePtually removed
without medicine, and witlti ul dangerous
aurgical operations, bougies, instruments,
rings, or cordial* pointing out a mode of
cure at once certain and effectual, by which
every sutlerer, no matter wliai his condition
may he. inav cure Uiiuselfcbeaply, private
ly and radically.
gte?" Tiiix J.eelnre trill prove tt boon to
ihoufdiul* unit thousand*.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to
?ny address, on receipt of .six cents, or
two postage .itacips.
Address tin- Publishers,
THE CULVKKWELL MEDICAL CO.
41 Ann St., New York; Post Ollice box 4(18(5
may 4 1 v
J Zx i>! rl A ivl
W/iHiiAfiTFO kt'jT?t, P.HEAPES1
Also, Kllima MACHINERY,
l'titii] Motsireo. 0?vi?:, Yok\. 1 ?
1>R. 1$. F. Ml t'KEXri SS has
moved bis Office over store of Wm. Wil
cock, formerly occupied by Dr. Fcrsner
where he will be glad to serve his friends
on the most reasonable terms.
DR. B. F. MUCKENFUHS, Dentist,
sept 23 td
The undersigned respectfully informs the
Citizens of the Town and Comity that he is
prepared todo up ami wake Mattresses on
the shortest notice. Also will conduct an
Upholstery business. Prices will be as low
as posfiblo. Orders solicited.
nnd Morphine hsblt rnrnl.
Thi< OrlKlnnIao>'"0l> abMl.uli
GUNK, hri it aiftiiip f*>r buok od
Opium K*iiijC. i i W. n. Kqulrt,
W?Ot>tagl. n. r.ic.u, Co.. lud.
'Has opened a
two doors below
W. XVX. SAIN'S
"Where he is prepared to make to
order BOOTS and SHOES nn the
shortest notice. Also Repairing done
with neatness and dispatch.
All work warranted and prices
moderate. Give me a trial.
nnir ?l_1 ?78 ly
W. F. Robinson,
A fresh supply ol Laudreth's Seeds
always on band.
nov 9 1S7S _Iy_
By virtue of Sundry Executions to me di
rected, I nill .-ell at Oraiigcburjr, ('. II ,S.
('..on the fir t Monday in February next,
during the IcgalThoiirs of sale
One Brick Store and Lot,o:i Bussel Street,
measuring ?!?"> Jeet more or loss, running
haek <>S feet more or less, lines defined by
Fences, bounded North on Kussel I Street,
Ka-t by Mrs. I'tetter! hi, South and West by
S B.Cannaday. Couditiwns one-third c ash
balance in one and Iwn years, secured by
boiiil und niorteaee of die premises, Fur
chasers to pay lor papers.
One-half of nn undivided traet itf five
acres of land in the town of Oraiigeburg
bounded North on Old Orave Yatd, Fast
by F. II. W. Briggninnii's land, South by
Mb- Fanny Staley and West by urt>ughtoii
Street. Terms rush.
Oik- traet of land in^Ziott Township, eon
tai:.!?.;<; two hundred mid ninety-live acres,
bounded north by binds of \V. ('. Moss and
the Higgs* traet, Hast by hinds of I). I .olds,
and West by the I lohn a u Bridge Itnad.
Levied on as the property of 11. itiggs at
the suit of N. A. Hull at: ! others.
I?v virtue of nn execution to me directed.
I w ill m U at Oraiigchurg C. II., S. t'..on the.
first Mi inlay in February next, during the
legal hour.* of sale, for cash.
All that plantation or tract of land con
taining one hundred and leu acres more or
less, bounded North by \V. L. Wolfe, Soillli
bv lands of I .O. Faifev Fast by lands of
W. T. hives. Levied on as the properly of
William C. Bivesntthe suit of William 1\
l?ukes. a I .so
One Muru Mule, Levied on %\n thoprp
pertv of Mis Sophia M. Frederick, at the
suit "of N. A. Bull.
J.'y virtue of a warr-nt to me diieeted, I
will s?.ll at Jacob Darby*, on the Plantation
of T. II, Lejjare,on Tuesday the fourth day
(-JthJ of Kebiirary next, during the legal
hours of sale, for cash :
Almut 50 bushels of Corn.
About 1?U0 lbs. of Fodder.
One lot of ltiee Straw. Sie/.ed as the
crop of Jacob Darby at ibcsnitofT. II.
By yirlueofaii Execution tome directed,
I will sell at Brituebvllle. S. C, on Tuesdav
4th Fi horary next, during the legal hoars
of sah", for cash, the entire Stock offioods
in Store, lateiy occupieil by A. II. Bruce
Levied on as the property of A. II. Brace,
at the suit id' J. 1>. 1?. Fairy.
I will sell, on first Monday in February
next, the balance of the Stock of floods of
Frantz Brigghititin. Terms cash.
J. 11. LlYlNCSTt IN, S. o. ('.
Sheriff's Ullice, Orunguburg Co. S. ('.
.Inn. 10, 187'J.
jail IH 3t
It is made the duly of the MtirshnN to
(lean, Light and Keep in < >?t d I 'olid it ion.
the Street Lamps of tl e Town < >n and af
ter this date any Lamp found ill bad order,
tineleaned or uulighted whenever it is ne
cessary thai the same should he lighted,
the Marshal whose duty i' is <"
attend to the same will he lined ii the sum
of fifty cents for each and every neglect ol
this nature, and for each (Hid every Lamp
found so imclenncd; in bail order or im
' Bv order of the Ma vor.
T. It. MA LONE, Clerk Council,
?lan. 1 Ith. I87IL?18 tt'
St. Louis, Mo.
Who Tins liail grratrr cxpcrienc" In the tri-ntinrnt of tha
eexunl trmrt.li'? of Ixith lush- nnil fcrnal? t tinn luv phrilrlan
In Ilio Writ, dilti llio t. .m!i. ,.f In. Urn* ami ?urtcalAU
praclico in liw 'w.bw warka, juut publLahea, enlitirtt
Tho PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGE
The PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER
Hooka that nr- r< nil y flnldra aad B.lr.ln.lrurtora In alt met
trn pertaining to Manlioft am) Itaaaanhaed, ami iuih.Ii
want lung fi ll. Thr-y are brnullnilty lllu.tr.i, d. mul hi main
lai^uagf, ea.ily unileratoorL The two book* rinhrareMf
|iaR. i, and contain tnlualila lnfirmi<tli.n for hot It In .it Mil and
?inkle, with alltlit' recent hnpruvrinint. in im .Ik i. :n ntmtnt
In I>r. Ilulta'new ?urke la in no way of questionable char
acter, hut la aomethluK Ikat rirry onr ?kiiuhl k.iow. Tka
loath, tho vtrtint nf cutty Indiarntlon ; ibe Raa,ntlmwlM
pcrfcetly health/ mayhc,hut with w?nlnjQrlinj Intlirprlma
of lite, and tha ttom^n, in inUenp
from tho many ilia her tax La licit!
t*1 st tauia Journal.
i mil tit I'RItKH ?00 ctf. eachi
both In one Toluttir, (I; In cloth anil]
i: lit, rta. extra. Sent iimli r leal; oti|
Mcctptofprlca In money or ttainpa.
Tk. Raaaaiy H ?a 19ih tailni.
Mamiraetiireil hy tlia
Bsrham r.lo Cora C, Stirhira, IT. 0.
Ila.r.r fallt to aura UVaDnhoidi
er I'll... wbra a cur? I. poMlbla,
l'rlc Mil aad boaa B.la taaluaealall
faralakad ta applltaUiui
PAGENTS WANTED FOR THE
Convention of Northern Settlers
in tlie South.
A Convention of Northern men,
principally Ex-Federal soldiers, as
sembled in Charlotte North Carolina
a lew days aj_o. Some eighty lele
gates were present, leprescutiug
Virginia, North Carolina, South
C arolina, Georgia and Florida.
Speeches were made, and experi
ences give.; by Northern men ex
pressing entire satisfaction as to their
tientment by the people of thoSotith,
and an able address was drawn up,
and ordered published, denying al 1
the rumors circulated against tlie
>wouth on the score of ostracism to
wards Northerners on account of
political opinions or for any other
cause, and setting forth the advan
tages of the South to Northern
The address shows that perfect
political freedom is enjoyed, and that
no difference is made bei wen native
and adopud citizens, no matter what
tbe nationality may be.
Thill the laws are fairly and justly
administered, the agricultural and
mechanical advantages are superior,
und that all strangers are kindly
treated, and encouraged to settle.
'J his address or circular is to be sent
to their Northern friends to correct,
errors ami encourage immigration.
It is gratifying to see that the
truth is told at last by those who
Mr. Hendrh ks of Indiana has
gone to Washington aud engaged in
consultation with leading Democrats
on various political issues, and with
Kastern Democrats especially on the
He has fouml these very stiff, and
not in the least disposed to give way
to Western currency notions, and it
is 8oid ?hat lie hat assured his Eastern
friends, tfiaT Western Democrats will
meet the Kast on grounds acceptable
to tbe Kastei n, or hard money wing
of the party. He believes that the
Western Democrats can be united on
a policy accepting resumption as a
lixed fact, maintaining tbe issue of
government notes, but depriving
ibese al an early day of their legal
The Cipher Dispatches.
Mr Tiidee, through his friends,
Mr. Hewitt and Mr. Potter, has do
inanded an investigation into the
cipher dispatches, and the resolution
requiring it has passed the House.
? ? mM ? -m*m?^?
Fighting for Butler's Sent.
The Radical Senators Refuse to Give op
Their Hopes of Seating Corbin.
Was-iiInchon, January 23.?The
Radicals are making hercjleau ef
forts to induce Senators Patterson
nndC nover to at'roe io vote lor itii
sculing Gen. Duller and seatingCor
bin. Senator Ilili has completed the
minority report in this case, and will
submit it at the next meeting of the
committee It declares that liutler's
case is res utJjudicuta^ and that Corbiu's
ease turns upon whether there Wi s a
quorum in the Chamberlain Legisla
ture, and as there was uo quorum,
according to their own showing, thero
was therefore no election.
Things that Pay.
There are two things that always
pay even in this not ov< r remuner
ative existence. They are working
nnd waiting. Either is useless with
out the other limb united are in
vincible, aud inevitably triumphant,
"c who waits without working, is
simply a man yielding to .sloth and
dispair. He who works without wait
ing, is fitful in bis strivings and mis
ses results by impatience. He who
works steadily and waits patiently,
may have a long journey before him,
but at its close he will find its reward.
-? www ? tw.
"Drinking water neither makes a
man sick, nor in debt, nor his wife a
widow." Hut lie can't get drunk on
it in cue great objection.
Perjured Pauion Pinkuey.
The Real Reason Why ho Slays Away
KiNGSTitKE, January 23, 1879.
To the. Editor of the Heirs and Courier :
1 see by your to day's paper that
perjured Parson Piukney is testifying
bet?re the Teller Committee. In his
testimony he attempts to produce the
impression that he is kepi away from
Kingstree by while Democrats.
This is a lie. He is dodging the
trustees of In - 'jighrch up here, one of
whom weut tojwur eity no later than
yester lay to gel Pinkuey to transfer
titles to a lot w hich he bought with
church money and had tb ?. r?JC up I
drawn out in his indi vidual name.
The puce uf thin lot is but a portion
of a fund which Piokney's congrega
tion bad collected for church pur
poses and deposited with Mr. W. J.
Lee, a merchant oft Iiis town.
This whole fund, together with
another special" fund, collected in
like manner for a different church
purpose, Piukney led his congrega
tion to withdraw from Mr. Lee and
entrust to him (.Pinkuey) for deposit
in some national bank. Ii was so
deposited, but in such way that Piuk
ney alone could touch it, and the
church has never scon a dime of either
lund. Il is this theft that makes
Piukney afraid" to meet his colored
Republican church brethren iure at
King.-tree. And letters settiug forth
these facts are what keeps him from
making his appearance at his church
conference, now in session at Green
ville, o C. T he- pretended fear of
Democrats has naught to do with his
enforced absence from this place.
Other false statements that be
makes are lliM the While Oak meet
ing was hehl t,o ad vanes Rainey's
election, thy' Manna could not see
the clerk nt ti"- "?dls, thai the man a
gers bad nt aAy time left the polls,
tl'xNuWu * oefats burned hiui i:.
'- d^-i''j'vl-^l^.^Qreg ir.N iWvoa :i
his home. AUjof wHiclfue must have
known to befalle when he so stated.
J a m res S. Heywaki>.
A Model Confession.
.Several years ago, in a Western
town, a young (lawyer, a member of a
large church, got drunk. The breth
ren said he m list confess. He demur
red. He kne/\ the members to be
good people, bin that they had their
liltlo faults, buch as driving sharp
bargains, screwing the laborer down
to low wages, Loaning money at illeg
al sates, misrepresenting articles they
had for sale, &c. But they were
g'?od people, laud pressed the lawyer
to come before the church meeting
and own up Ins sin of taking a glass
too much, for Liey were a temperance
people and alliorred intemperance.
The siiinerlinally went to confess
ion, found a lltrge gathering of breth
ren and sisters, whose bowed heads
= e eyes glistened with
the lawyer began his
rose anil wi
pure delight i
took ten pe
said lie, "that I never
cent. L?r money." On
that confessioM down went a brother's
head with a groan. "I never tin a cd
a man - from my door who needed
food and shelter." Down went
another head. "I confess I never
sold a skim milk cheese for a new
one," whereupon a sister shrieked for
mercy. "1 confess! never cheated a
poor laborer out o f his hard earned
wages." 1 'owu went another head
with bands clasped together. "But,"
concluded the sinner, "I have been
drunk and am sorry for it."
Wbereup n thb meeting very
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It is difficult to make people under
stand that foul in animals, us well as
in plants, is largely derive I fro m the
air, and that good pure air only can
supply what nature demands from
the atmosphere. Muddy aud lilthy
barns turn out lean cuttle.
Josh Billing's Aphorisms: "Be
merciful to all I he dum animals; no
m an cun :;il to heaven on a sore
Lending has been defined us ' giv
ing interest und receiving thanks,"
nnd the description is not a bud one.
Few favors ever meet with so little
gratitude as loans of any description.
The proverb says, "Who goes a bor
rowing goes a sorrowing," but i:i the
end it is the lender who has to sorrow
?that is, if he cares to see his bor
rowed goods again. Rare it is to find
a man who will repay borrowed cash
punctually, rarer yet the friend who
will return a borrowed umbrella at
all. Borrowing is the secret form of
begging, as it is the most shameless.
People who would not ask the gift of
a. penny have no hesitation in rupiest
ing the loan of X.?, though they must
be aware at the time of making tho
request that there is little chance of
the debt ever being repaid. Yet if
refused, they will say with virtuous
indignation: "Ho actually refused
merely to lend the money. I did not
usk for a gift." No borrower ever
docs that, but in most cases the loan
becomes a gift. Of course there are
exceptions to every rule, hut i:i a
general way borrowed cash, borrowed
books, borrowed umbrellas rarely
come back to the owner.
A Mother's Duty.
A mother must rise enriy < mothers
who are in good health), to see that
all goes well in the nursery, if she
does not perform the duties of uur.se
herself. Lt t the nurse and her child
ren look for her presence with im
patience, and feel that they need her
assistance and oversight. Let child
ren appear fresh from their baths,
neatly dressed, however plainly, and
come to the Incakfast table with
cheerful, happy faces?the best atten
tion they can show their parents?
and turn up their little laces for a
goodmorning kiss. No ehiId is too
old for this under the parental roof,
file bTeafcfafjfa should by fresh, woll
served, a,-d carefully prepared,
whether fi:.;al <>r luxurious. The
mother should set the example of
being neatly and appropriately dress
ed. She will see I.o one during the
day before whom she should desire to
appear so well, or so attractive. A
' cheerful, well surrounded breakfast
table is a pleasant remembrance for a
matt to take with him to his business.
If there uro no children, there is a
greater need of everything being
cheerful and tasteful
Don't judge ft man by the clothes
he wears, for God made one and the
tailor the other.
Don't judge him by his family con
nection, fo/- Cain belonged to a very
Don't judge him by his speech, for
the parr.As talk, and the tongue is
but an instrument of sound.
Don't judge a man by tho house
he lives in, for the lizard and the rat
often inhabit the grandest structures.
Don't judge him for his activity in
church, for that is not unfrcquently
inspired by hypocritical and selfish
Don't judge him by his like of dis
play, for the long cared beast is the
humblest of animals, but when arous
ed is terrible to behold.
Don't take it for granted because
he carries tbe contribution ho is
liberal; he often pays the Lord in that
way, and keeps the currency
The walnut is a native of Persia,
and its fruit i- used m ich in the green
state as a pickle. This nut is very
oily, and on the Continent its oil,
when fresh, is used in cooking as a
substitute for olive oil. In Switzer
land the poor people use the refuse
matter after tho oil is extracted for
bread. Walnuts and hickory nuts
arc often used by fancy cooks for
shortning and flavoring cake; the
addition of these nuts makes a deli
cious hut very indigestible article.
How many troubles might mankind
ho spared, if they would only stop to
cur each others explanation.
It is a common complaint that tho
farm ami farm lite are not apprecia
ted by our people. We long for the
more elegant pursuits, or the ways
and fashions of the town. Bit*, the
fanner has the most sane and natural
occupation, and ought to I'm I life
sweeter, if less highly seasoned, than
any other, He alone, strictly speak
ing, has a home, lluw can a man
take root and thrive without land,?
Ho writes his history upon his fi.dd.
How many tics, how many source*,
be has; his friendships with his cattle,
his team, his dog, his trees, the satis
faction in bis growing crop-, in bis
improved fields; his intimacy with
Nature, with bird and beast, and With
the quick:.ing elemental force*; llii
co-operations with the cloud, the sun,
the seasons, heat, wind, frost,. Noth
ing will take the various social dis
tempers which the city and artificial
life breed out of a man like farming,
like direct and loving eon tact with
the soil. It draws out the poison. It
humbles him, teaches him patience
and reverence, and restores the pro
per lone to his system. Cling to tha
farm, make much of it, put yourself
ii.to it, bestow your heart and your"
brain upon it, so that it shall savor of
yen and radiate your virtue after
your day's work is done!?Jomn
Burroughs, i>' Scribncr for Norem
Acorns from remote uniiquit havo
bien used as food for man an 1 ani
mals. The ancient Britons lived
m. ;tly on acorns; so, says Galen, did
the Arcadians. They were prepared
in many shapes, boiled and roastedj
dried and ground, and made into
bread. At present they arc chiefly
used for fattening hogs, deer aud
poultry, though in Norway an 1 Swed
en they are boiled and mixed with
corn meal to make bread.
The common farmer stumU in
great need of being n4udc to under?
stand how vast is the future opening
before him, and how largely th.- real
greatness of the republic depends up
on the class to which he beljugs. Ho
can really do more to rctilertha
nation truly independent aud self
reliant than any other class or inter
est in the community. Tue questio:i
to be laid before every farmer is.
Will he rise to the emergency ??
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Every now and then some chap
writes to a newspaper for a receipt
to prevent the hair from coining out.
If men would go home from the lodge
before midnight, with their legs sober,
their hair wouldn't come out so
rapidly. We always go home early,
and we have more hair now than the
day we were born.?Nbrristoten Her
An old "Joe."?A cockney once
inquired at the post office for 'Encry
Hogdeh. He was told there was
none. "Look 'ere," lie replied a little
angrily; "you ve hexatnine.l a hod 1
letter for my name. It don't com
mence with a haitch; it begins with a
bo. Look in the 'ole that's got tho
A rumor comes from Baris that
bonnets are to be worn on 'he head
hereafter. It strikes us tho head
would be a good place on which to
wear a bonnet; but such a departure
would look a liltlo odd at first.
? I mm -?- -
Cremation is called a paraly/.ed in
?Set not too high a value o:i your
To live quietly ono should bo blind
deaf and dumb.
He who weeps for everybody soon
loses his eyesight.
Although the tongue has no bones,
it often breaks bones*
Why is a blush liko a litTc girl?
?Because it becomes a woman.
lie who expects a friend without
faults will never find one.
Keligiou is the best armor that a
man can have; but it is tho worst