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"So theStory ttoes.? ?
80 the story goes?
The Franklin's daughter chanood to stray
Where the mill-stream flews.
Aad &* the rustic bridg* shoorosscd? |
?0 the tier? goes
Over the roil ?he stoeped, and loat
From oat her breaat a reae.
The streim ran fust, theatream ma strong?
r?e the etory geee?
And on tta waters bore along
The careless, ataiden's rose.
as^JEB B Jjr 13 5. t ;i
Tho miller a son stood bj the hank?
80 the atory goos?
He stepped the wheel; and, ere It sank.
Caught up the maiden's rose.
Then in his cap he placed the Sower
He the atory geee?
And boldly te the maiden's bower
He bied^at dsylighfa oloso.
"Is this thy flower, sweetheart!" he eried?
80 theetery gocj-?
The maiden blushed the maiden sighed,
? Oh, jire nie back my ruse!"
"T eg flowers,*' he aaid 4,so ewect and fair"
Po the story goes?
"Twere shams to hart?ene'brea at ahold bear
Thyself and this red rose."
What more the j oath and maiden said
That Summer eve, who kuows:
But he kept the flower and won the maid?
?t the stery goes.
Mary s Wish.
Row I do wish I were Muud Jubn
"Wjyujffisld jeo like to be Mau'1
Johnson !"i?ked sister Fanny.
'Because Maud lives in inch a bcau
tilul houua and wear* silk drosses, and
r.dtHrlul? handsome carriage aud doch
r. >t have to^rpto^schoor, but has a teach
?>* f :- hersi.lf alone."
'?Wouid you ba willing to ieavo papn
?ei ro&inmn, and I, fur tueae
? No, W i Ou?'t help w.'.sbi::g I wen
?1 mmw ^m990 eaft fe 8<0/>C
?D.a you know that Maud was lame.''
nd! ed mnnims, ''aii^^tiiat she ia often
.- , and sontethn'et'very loueaouie, fon
?he has no brother or si ter to pluy
-Is"iiusljfi.b ? a'.; I did not know she wac
latnt. I have never sven her walk;
?utneti/nes aha site at the window whei<
SjjKJ pa*s to school, and we oftm see hoi
nn our way hurno, ridinjj in her curria^e
v?arah l'ierce told tve that h*:r faihci
gave her all the money she wanted, uu
tkaJcoWwHCOuld do just aa fhe pleased
With if. I thought it would be niece t.
hare all these things, But if I should
bare to be lame, and to lire without an
bruuer or ei.tcr, I wruid ratlcr bw
- 1? ' ssai ?
Fromptkd uy Loyk.? One mornim.
I found little I)ora busy at the ironinp
table, smoothing tbo towels and atoek
??Isn't it bard work for little aru:f!" 1
A look liko sunshine cane into b< r
faco, MvShc, glaoced towarda her m> ther
whq wa??rockiiig tbo baby.
'It isa't bird when 1 do it for raanus
?be laid softly
Hew tn;c it is that lore makes lab
sweet. Soil We Lvo the blesacd Sa
viour we ?hall not fiud it hard work lot
Hint. It is lore that makes Iiis y
tu>? and his bureen light.
TA?'I'rte?)F ov Loys ??A' little giri
*fjpid to her mother one day; 'Mamma,!
" 'I he mother waa busy, and did not re
ply' so ahi^eprated her words;
'Mamma, I dove ynu,"
?l ill the mother made but a aligH
answer end little Emuia Bald ngeiu, very
?Mamma, I do l|?r<lft*j.! ,' ?'
,'Uut why do yuu think eo, my child!'
Because,' aaid Kinma/I leva to do all
mi?^^ please you.'
-, 1 1 mmm .^>?H?uaiii iii
A gentleman lent to the intelligence
ef?c? to ob'aitt a "joung lady" to look
on while his wife did the work. 1 he
creature whu waa offered for the
f?er asking acme fifty-question*
oW* whether they had "tubs ect
whether the "kitchen waa dowu stairs,"
oto., a.ekcd how many eTeninga ehe
could have "out." ' "Well," acid the
icmau, 4'I don't tee how we oau let
ou have more than seven." 4,IIew
Idreu have you 1" said the
maiden. -Only . oue b?j eight
oars o'.d, b;tt I wi.i drown luiu if you
'hlnV. ho'd be in the rond "
^ "God knows what ia best tor us,'1
6u.d mamma, "and he has given as
each work to do which no ouo else can
BsfMffPasaV**^^ to wish to
change places with any 000 alte. Wc
are where G.od placed ua, aad that wu
may be sure is ths best place' for us.
Let its live to please him, aud then wo
shall always bo contented and happy,"
Customks.?' leidi ?eu call, that a
veal cutlet waiter: Why. it is an insult
to ever? true talf in the country "
Waiter; I dieVt h.ean t9 insult you,
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
? Vor til tho purposes of a Laxativ*
Perhaps no on* medi
cine Is so universally
required by every
body as acatharti?,
nor erne ever nay be*
fore so universally
adopted into nee, la
every country end
?mon* all classes, aa
tbie mild buteflcieot
purgative Mi. The
obvious reason Is i
that iti! a more relia
ble a-'id far more ef-l
fectnal remedy than any other. Tuo&o who hare I
tried it, know that it cured them: those who hare
not .know that it cures thelmeighbora and friends;
and all Know that what it does once it does ai-1
waya ? that Itnovcrfnllt'arough any fault or ncg-'
5loot of its oompoci?on. We have thousands upon
i o u sand s of c orti ucatea of their reut ark able cures
of the following complaints, but such cures ar*
known in every neighborhood, and we need not
publish them. Adapted to all ages and conditions
In all climates; containing neither calomel nor any
deleterious drug, they may be taken with saiuly
by anybody, 't heir tugar-?enting preserves them
aver iWh.and makua them pleasant to take, while
being; purely vegetable, no harm can ariso from
their use In any quantity.
They operate by their powerful influence on the
internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate
it into healthy action ? remove tho obstruction*
of tho stomach, bowels, II vor, and other organs of
the body, restoring their Irregular actlou to heal Ui,
and by correcting, wherever they exist, auch de
rangemonta as are tho first origin of disease.
Minute directions are gtveu in tho wrapper on
the box, for the following com* laintt, which ttoeae
l'itla rapidly cure: ?
for JDjass**)*!?. or Tadlgroelloa, U?st*
tarae, laaeoor ami lios* mf A|iiMa(laei,they
should be taken moderately to stimulate tho stom
ach, and re*sto:o its healthy tone and action.
for ?.tv?-r Complaint and its various symp
toms, Blllone Ueavlstcke, Hick Ueevi.
?rke, Jrtumiice or ?-rr?-n alcksteee,
tool Colic and Ullioue ferer?, they ehould
bo Judklouslv tnkeu for each ease, to correct the
diseased action or remove Ute obstructions which
For ISyaeuterr or Itlarrhoeu, but one
mild dose is generally required.
For llUeuruutUui. liout, O ravel, X*a1.
?ttstion of tliei Hrurt, 1**1 n lei torn
Ide, lfack and Lolas, thov ehould ho eontiu
uotuly taken, as required, to change the diseased
action of the system, with such change these
For Uropiy rind Dropsical gwcll lag-*
they Hhould no taken in Urge and frequent dose*
to produce the effect ?i a draatie purge.
>or Nuppr.'??ioi? a large dose should V*
taken a? it produces the desired effect by sym
As a Dtnnof I'llt. take me or two rillt to
promote digestion and relieve Uie stomach.
An occasional dose- stimulates the stomach and
bowels into bcakthy action, restores the appetite,
and invigorates Che system. Hence it is often ad
rshtsgooua>rhoreno m ri.'u- derangementexists,
Ono who feels tolerably .well, often finds that a
doic of these Villi make* him fed decidedly bet
tor, fi'nm their cleansing and renovating effoct on
the digestive apparatus.
Dr. J. c. ATZJlJeCO., J'rnotUti ChcnttoU,
LOWJCLL. MASS., V. 8, A.
may 11 c ly
Ay^r's Ague Cure,
S'or PoTor and A^ruo, Itlormltleut Jrover,
Chill I'm vor, Remittent Fever, Dumb
Ague, Foriodioal or BUiuua Fever, Sc,
and indood all tho aflsotiona which ails*
from u.'alariuu0, ia&r&h, or wiasxraUa
?Ci> ono remedy ^s louder
called f-?.' :>y th-? n'c easi?cs <it
tho American people '.ii8n a
eui O and sate tost for Fover
and Apu*. Such ve aro now
enabled te offer, with a ] er1-?'.-'
corteiiiiv.Uia'. It will ? radicate
Uto dini-u^e, and with ;tssur.
01 founded on proof, that ue harm c:m ... ? o
front its use in any quantity.
That which prutecls from or ore vents Ulis dis
order must bo of Immense service In the com
munii'e* where it prevails. I'rtvrntii.n ti better
than .-uro, for the imticnt esrape* Uie ruk which
ho must run hi violent attacks of Uda baleful dis
temper. This "Cmot" expels tho miasmatic
poison of Fkvkb anu Avut k from lite lystens.
and prevents Um development of the disease. It
token on the first approach of Its premonitory
ayrattems. It is not euly the bcit remedy e?er
>'et dt ?coverod for this rlass of complaints, bnt
also tue dimmest. The large quantity wo sup
ply for a duliar brings it withbt Uvi reach of
?rcrybody; and in bilt"us districts, where
K*vi.* mt*i> Aul'S prevails, everybody should
hare II, endues U fretly, boUi for cure and pro
tecUiui. It is hop<td this price will place it within
the reach of all ?tho poor as well aa Uie rich.
A groat superiority of this remedy over ?uy
other ever dbicovered for Ute spcoly and certain
cure of Intermittent* i?.that it c-.mt.oins no Qui
nine or mineral; eonaequenUy rt produce* no
quinism or oUter Injurious effects whatever niK-a
the consUtutloa. those cur?vt v-- [* -7; *;?? jj
neaivuj ?a u vuey nau never had Uie disease.
Fever and Ague la not alone the conscquonce
of the miasmatic poison. A great variety of die
ovdera arise from lta irritation, among which
are Ncurabiia, Bhetunntlsm, Gout, Hoadache,
IUIntlnej?d, Toothaelio. Karachc, Catarrh, Asth
ma, Tt Ipitation, l'alnntl AfTect'on of tho ffple*n,
Hysterien, Fbiu'mUie Bowels, O'lic. raralysls,
and derangement of the stomach, all of wbleh,
when oiiglnaUng. in Ulis cause, put ?n Uie in
tcrmitteiit type, or become periodical. This
,'Ct;bk'? expels tho poison Crom the blood, and
consequently euros them all alike. It Is on In
valuablo prou*ction to immigrants and persona
travelling or teayncrarily rr-ridlng In the inalv
rioua dlatrlctc. If taken occasionally or dally
while expoeed to Uie Infection, th.it wiU ' >? ex
creted from Uie syrtem, at<d cannot accumnlate
in suhlcjant quandty to ripen Into dtscaae.
Hence it U even inor? vsluahie for protection
than cure: and few will over auffcr from Inter
mltteotH If they avail Uieuiselree of Uie protoo
' tion UiU remedy affordn.
For I/itw tvmpIulHti. arlplne from torpid
ity of the IJv?vr, It 1? an eve*-llcni remedy, sum
ulatiiu; Uie Liver Into hcalUiy arUvity, and pro
ducing many truly remarkable oiuvt, where
omer medicines fail.
run xnr.n nr
T>r. J. C. AY 13K?t CO,, Lowell, Mass.,
PmetUnl and AtwlyHrml Chrnmitta,
A KD BOLD ALL RODND TUB WORLD,
ruicjc. $t.oo rxn bottlb.
way 11 e ly
Hr: CKTAT- BLOOD Pill R! Fl EH:
J'oMCssing powerful lovtroraui g
l'( .OPhRIIF.S^ A PLCA??NT DRINK
Theee bitters arc t-celUvtly invaluable ia
WlgJt is eeu.ie j j (ST3TKt3m j?llf?t Jt llf
The* purify tho system, and will cure
UySPtPSIA ? C'ENCftAL Pt'RI.LlTY.
Aeealteeat and Intcnallteat revere,
?j j tlVs*!1^ :la?1 .^Vl ^ S rT^ ^ iS^Ui^Lftl;^
end are a pc?venttveo<Chui< eadFrree.
AH ytetl to their roncrfal efllcacy.
Axe aa antidote to change of wait: cad Ui-.u
to the vmUd frams, sad correct ail
IRKEG?1 \RLfY ?t THF-VjOWEI' S
yrOl sateaUrS of mfferlng to tho lick, nnd
The grsnA Fanaesa for all the ills of life. "
I a Voung
er gingt?, these fitters are ?ta
reo,aaUod and have often seen the*
\:on( i;.."iii ivraoiin iia?
iJ>g deotands agatast the Batate of the
late John Donnett will render an account cf
thtm duly attested tu. and those ihd?t>t<.d
will make payment to the undersigned.
JOHN F. BONK'UTT,
OranjsUnrg March i* h, IRTfi ?f
'^gaiast t, strong; snd lively competitor in trade, must de?et* sdeasets* uaUrsi-r te hie beat,
aee*. He nut kno* hi* markst *nd suit kts omtootero,
M ?.. *x tut \ ?
Ay tks selsstisn of his stank, aad by kis prises sauet invite trseX who
witk tkt ides tkst any sort or geeda will da
Te repent kis felly. A firstelass steak, aad tks ability ta sell at tke cheapest priese will
enable a aserchaat
; TO FIGHT
Sueeriifully say eppositiea and la conquer sueeeis. Let castesmars eeate ia. Wketker
they buy my Groceries, Pnre Liquors, Segars aad Ooed? or net, tf tkey are plesssd tkey
a-''. "i ' , v ' ?.? ^ .1
Tb? b.'st Sieok of Orooeries and tke Cheapest. A full line of Whiskies. Horses Stabled
?Tid eared .or at moderate ratet. A devotiea to bueiaees Tkoee are aa* gearaatets.
try me. C!. I>. KOSTJOUM.
mar I o ly
A MAN WHO
* ?r ?? y ? F"? tjf A f*jr Plffr* ? .
Starts Busies** should "go la" to win. In epeaiag tke latsrprlse laleea, tk* Isbieriktr
T A V
'u a full and r7??</fttosk of Liquen, tbat would eemmead themselves te all, aad by eesi
tetj and ftibentien to place all who tried him
The necessity of admitting that he was a fair dealer. Those wke drank from
The Faucet of the Lager Beer Barrel
?d ?0 vvurk edateraainod sbould be satisfied aad bs iadaoed te retara. He deicrmin- j
ali d*r and think
j ALL NIGHT.
as to rst&b'.n,;. ?t reliable euetom He baa eaeooeded. Frem Meadsy vs*r\:- - tks rwA
}rrssss> i him1 fii'asi.u.i?...
?rem tks tims tbat his anaeaassmsat
wav into the pipers ant
Une? t*ne notice of the pubHe, until now, the Sftle of Liquors, Segarraai Ttsteco io>
eOBttaaed with naibated pfttrsssge.
aors. sad hearty w-lceme kis basa tke motte, aad
The UBteriigeed returas his thanks for the liberal support ke kas r?ssirs4 sad kajs its
ceniinuftoee at the ENTF.RPR15E SALOON, kept
BY J. HERMAN W?HLERS.
ARRIVING BY KVBRY
GEO. H. CORNELSON.
Ia order to be prepftred for the demands of tke seaseo, I am resolving Urge supplies ef
ill tho various goods needed at this time of ths year; suak as
Plantation Supplies, Tools. Plows, Irea. .
And everything else necessary to make a crop. 1 am Ageat far tke fellewiag valuable
tnd e tablished Manures ;
KTIWAN tJUAM .
ETI WAN M9SOLVKD BONK,
ETI TT AH CK P FOOD.
ATLANTIC ACID PH08FHATS,
X FRANK COK'R PHOSPHATE,
PERL71 AN GUANO.
LAND PLASTER LIME AND SALT.
Ali the above Manures are offered at manufacturers prices will bs seid at tke same
' rms ssatthe wt>rks aad will be delivered if requested at any dopet on theSeatk Garelias
job 1 tiKO. H. OORNKiJON.
?tr*!? I; i *!
***** * RUSSELL-STREET, ORANQEBURG, S. C.
3***? s.< aw kweaa-t*??.
The Subscriber tskos grest pleasure ia announcing to his FRI8NI>8 and the COM*
M UNITY that be has UPEN KD * HKST-CLAKS HOT KL, at the Large Keeieteaee recent
ly occupied by Mr. Hano Itiuinsnsksr. Comfortable Aceemmodatieus, a Bounteous
i Table and Courieus Attention are Guaranteed.
jaa 1*?3m J. W. M. l>t UFJ*.
tfk\W ftfa; jf i j a
"ZZX X AT COST
HIE BALANCE OF Ml STOCK OF
j*tad t Made Clothing aad Ladies T>reee
Good's ??>!> he offered for tke aert Bt>
davs at and BELOW COST for thj
JUST arrived FROM THR ABOVJI MARKfcT
bm*> at I V m)m
Y.:?ej*>1 bj4 ?
A Splendid Stock of Fancy- DRESS
and other Choice GOODS.
who 18 offering
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS.
AS well AS thr arovi GOODS
AT AND BELOW COST
also a full stock of
call soon and
??a ^ ? D, LOUIS,
r-_ ^.^ouv3atwr<<i>^v v'^r^d ill? r x ii -m i ^Tsr-ar^nia screen1
REGULAR DAILY TILADE.
ANOTHER TRAIN JUST IN AND FILLED WITH
AND CU.HTOHK.iU SUOi'H ?g AT
BULL. SCOVILL k PIKE,
Making Selection from their Extraordinary Large md Varia*" Ytefk ?/
Thair tseortsnent, with oouatant addition*, i*
Keth aa to STYLES and QUALITIES.
Their faci??e? iu drawing supplies from desirable Market*
FOR THE CASH
Enable the mi to make the heat possible RATES, whioh it t'ua OLD BULK eon
t oued from it* ORGANIZATION?
Giving an experience of 30 roan in Ruainess.
Konuomy and Knteri>riae together with the Energy and gentlemanly d???rt
Riant nf all their Assistants, are alvavi found at the OLD ESTABLISHED
HULL, SCOVILL & PIKE.
um 25 n it
muLOMtii i-X-LU'u.x. .' iJt seam
- ?-*?*. ecs << farm,
" * ** * *i ? 1* *1
so c.o .<]? .**?'<?
lirCi'lD I5r*OPM THE PnBLIC THAT Fin I? STTf.L CARRYING ON TH1 OAlt
W ri?s* Makn.ein all Ita rnrions branches, and will Menutaetare #r Repair at the
Shortest Notice, all Carriagea, Buggies or Wagens. And am ate* prepared ?Ith i
new tress and o XI to 01n and pack COTTON
;" **' ? ?e?*eiux a* ?? .
SHORT NOTK'K. Cetten OIK.NKP AT MY MILL kas brought f-ess 1 te J seat snore
thaa tkat Oinned on tks common O'ns;
. (:t anl 2?1y TV WH.
Ciasisstob. 9- C> December 28, 18TL.
M AND AFTER 8UNDAY DKCBMBBK,
24. the Passenger Train oa UataBFJnT ?eil
Belli nil aatl ? ??Milni
7- j * ^ i iiniM^M xi ??nr
Lmti Charleston._8.10 A. ML -
Arrive at Augusta.CM P- saw*'
Leave Charleston...8.10 A.M.
Arrive at Colombia....?.^....&ts??V|Bj*CSW
roa *'h A b LB8TOJ
Lobt? Augusta...7.40 A. M.
Arrive at Cbarloatoo....1.20 P. K.
Arrive at Cbartoatoa.
.1.20 P. Bf.
Loot* Augusta.1.00 A. M.
Arrive at King-ilia.,.9.00 A. hf.
Lobto Kl,,gellle.12.80 P. BJ.
Arrive at Augusta.8 10 P. M.
ACGISTA BI0HT DirkKSI-IIKDlTIBXOBFT??
Laavo - - TmA P. Bf.
Arrive at Augurta.7.80 A. M.
Loava Augusta.8.00 P. ML
Arrive at Chortoatoo.^.Mt^J^^
colcmbia siauT bxpcbss?scsdati bx#ar??
K jroU,!^ _t
Leave Cha^esUu.7.10 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.7.80 A. kfl.
Les-e Columbia.8.00 P. at.
Arr.ve at Charleston.7.00 A. M.
scmmbbvillb tb All. ^
Leave Pumrnerville at...7.25 A hf.
Arrive at Charleston at....8.46 AM. t
Leave Charleston at.8.80 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville at.4.41 P. M.
Leavs Camdea.?.8.18 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.10.40 A. M
Leave Columbia.T.1.48 P. M.
Arrive at Camden. 6.28 P. M.
Uaj snd Night Trains make elese cease*
tion at Augusta with Georgia Railresd aad
Central Railroad. . .iCTwdBf *a^f^af/V.
Night Train connects with Maeea aad
Augusta Railroad. ^^'^s^se^B?****?
Columbia Night Train eonasets with
Greenville aad Columbia Railroad, and with
Charlotte Road to points North.
Camden Trais eonneets at Kingville daily
(exeept Sundays) with i>ay Passenger TsaeJSjBj
and runs through to Columbia. .
A L. TYLER, Vice-Presides t.
8. B. Pickxbs, Oca oral Ticket Ageat.
- .. ? ?.
Doors, Sashes, Blindv dta*
P. P. TO ALE,
Xftiiufnetnror ??4 Pe*u>r,,?*,
No. 20 II ay we Street sad Horlbeebs Wharf
CHARLESTON, S. C.
tfg~ This is the Largest and most Cosa?
piste Factory of the kind in the Soathors
States, aud all artiolos is Jjis hue eaa be
furnished by Mr. P. P. T?AW-at prices waiek?
StET* A pamphlet with fall sad deietlcdi
J list ef aU sixes of Doo>s Sashes aad Bliad-s,
aad the price* of each, will ha. sent tsm?i&
i pest Paid, on application te
; JP. P. TOALC.
CHARLESTON. S. 9.
Jaly IS wee V^1^; :
HONKY CANNOT BUY ITl
For Sight is Pricelft?. I:
BUT TUB DIAMOND SPECTACLES WIAd.
If yea vela* yaur Fyeaigbt use thoea Per
fect Leases, Groand from Mi sat* Crystal
Pebbles. Melted together, and derive their ?
name "Diamond" ens aacoual of their Hard*
a ess and nrilliaijey. They will last maay
ysars without eh-auge, aad are war^aatadi
superior to ail others in use.
Manufactured by the SpcaetT OptiecA
Manufacturing Co., Now York. ? .
CAUTION. ?None Genuing unless etamp
<d with our trsde mark.
For 8aU by Responsible Agcats tkreagh
out the Union, -Tireim.. i ?
E. J. OLIYEROS,
jaa 20?Jy Oraageberg. S. 9.
-:- ' ' ??
Citizens' Savings Bank
OF 80UTH CAROLINA.
Will pay 7 PER CENT, INTEREST aw
SPECI AL DEPOSITS and 8 PER CENT, aa
8AV NGS DEPOSITS. Compounded
local Finance Couamttaoar.
lion THOS W 01.OVKE.
Col. PAUL S FKLDKR,
Capt JNO. A. HAMILTON.
JAS. H. FOWL!
M ' AuaiaUStTl
At Priyate Sale.
TBE PLANTATION forming h part a*
the Estate of the late Col. Kaitt. aad
known as the DARBY PLACE. The tract
consists of about 600 seres, ens half wall
Timbered, tks remainder Rieh, Bed,
Soil, adapted to Crops of alt kinds.'
are ths Fi neat Lauds^AeA^ls^tpjBMr^
were valued at $20 per acre iu 11
ho sold for ?aB'-aBBnHsaa***---' ?Joe- now. Oaa
feurth cash, t*a remair cr in three instal
meats beariag interest frost date and se
cured by moyl.aajB c8 ftsjSBfrm.-??^
This <c a splcnd'd chance ' or an? vac <o
?jnng ia secure Ricw Lem4MBa* ajSjaVr P?wr
Or *'\**J ^1 ^ktt?JsW
f^JeWI??*^ ?1b oeawl Iwm s\,
i W v.i sWfjyB ' ^TUdaassaaJs>> -
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