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The Dtfficuty of Rhyming.
We parted by the gates in June,
Tliut soft nnd buliuy month,
ncuoatb tbo sweetly beaming moon.
And (w outb? liuutb?nun lb?bun lb ? 1
cant find a rhyme to moutb.)
Years were to pass e'er we should meet:
A wide ami yawning gulf
Divides iuo from my love so sweet.
While (ull*?sulf?dulf?mulf-^stnok again;
I can't get any rhyme to gulf. Via in u
ob. Vow 1 dreaded hi my soul
To pail from my sweet nymph,
While years should their long seasons roll
Itaforc (liymph -dyinpb?syniph 1 guess
I'll have to let it gout that.)
Beneath my fortune's stern decree
My lonely spirits suuk,
For 1 a wealthy smtl should be
And a (bunk?dunk?runk- -sk -That will
n ever do in t he World.)
4'J 1.1. $ ! 3 ? i* l|
She buried her ?ear lovcij face
\\ ithin her azure scarf,
She knew I'd take tho wretchedness
As welLns (mufr-sai i--dari- hut I and hai l
Thai won't answer, either.)
Oh. I had loved her many years.
1 loved her for herself;
1 loved her tor her lender tears,
And also for her ? (welf? tielf- -hclf?pclf
?no, no; not for her pelt.)
I sornwfully wrung bcr hand,
Aly I raj - tlmy did escape,
My sorrow I could not command.
And 1 was but n (supc?dupe?ftipe?ape;
well, pel Imps, 1 did I'eel like an ape. j
1 gave lo her a loud adieu,
Sweul pupil of love's school;
1 told her 1 Wonld e'er be true.
And always be a fdool?uoo) ?-mool?fool:
since 1 come to think of it. I w is a fooll'or
she fell in love with another tclbnv before I
was gone a month.)
YVai t a Cook,
Want ;r Situal iop,
Wart a S'aKsinnii.
Want ;i ?Servant Util,
Waul to rent n Store,
Waul to sell a Tiano,
Want to sell a Horse. ?
Want to lo::d Money,
Want to buy n 1 lor.<e,
Want to rent a 11 miso,
Want, to sell a (Dal riage.
Want ii 15 larding place,
^kw Want to borrow Money,
Want to Bull Dry GfooiZs,
AN'ant to seil GrOteri?s,
Want to .Sell I "urn it hi - ,
Want to sell Hardware,
Want to ?eil Ueal Jw.ite,
Want a job of Unrpontoriug,
Want a job of llliiok8mithiu*r,
WV<Wt|l|IHIJ I*- ........
N\ ant to seil Millinery (ioods,
. Want to sell a Iloii cand hot,
Want to Hud any one's AddrctM,
Want to Sell a piece of l'ur.ii'. u>v,
Want to buy a Spoon 1 ban 1 ('arriag \
Wnnt tosidl Agricultural hir 'cue ti s
Want to find anyt 11inyiju have lost.
Want to Advent e utiytl iug tj ml
Want to li.id an owner 'V>r auj tiling
Wan* to .sell Brick;
Want to si 11 Shingles,
Tin: oicANuisuiuiti xinvs.
A New Housekeeper's Gttttlo
_v * _
A pat ty who proposes io publish a new
Housekeeper's Guide, scuds to the lioe
ton Com mi r ??/ IiuUtin the lollowitij.
extracts fro til the forthcoming work :
lMain sauce ? An interview with a
Saratoga hold c'.Oi!*.
To make ? good jam?A.-.k any le is
To boil a longuo ? Drink tsuuldin^
How to make an Indian loaf?Qivi
Itiiti a gallon id' whisky.
How to male goml 'mils? Siitd tin
publisher fifty cents a lino for tin tu.
To ? bone" a turkey?Take il when
the poulterer is .not locking.
? To com beef?I'ced your oat tic at tin
How to select a fowl?Ask the Ullipiri
<d' a bare ball match
'A plain stow-?A trip rn :ia ohl
fashioned btruet 'railway i u on a warm
Over in Tubtowu', Cuini , recently, a
g'ul backed out ol'her ninrriugo cngig -
incut when tho minister got to the
house. The bridegroom wasn't of tin
broken hearted krud. He turned to tin
assembled ladies ami said : "I I there's
nry another gal that'll occupy this v -
cant .s tnation, I'm hor'n." Up jumped
tho sister of the lady who had declined
to be a.bride, "Count me in. I'focuod,
old text sliugcr, with tho performance
? I ain't afearcd," and tbo ceremony was
performed to tho delight of the groom
It is rcgar led as a somewhat singular
roincidouco that Jefferson Levy, sou ol
Coinmodoio J? 1\ Levy, (.Inited Slate
Navy, und one of the heirs of 'Monti
cello," Jefferson's estate in Virginia,
should have beep admitted as an attor
noy nt law in Now York oify on tfto
btitbday of tho Father of tho I >? - I u i
tion of Indepeodonce, M iy 10.
33 K JxA-MlSp^LST
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will practice iu the Courts of ORANGK
BURG u*id BARN WILL.
OFFICE COURT UUUSK 8QUARE.
Fcb 22d lly
Fever and Ague,
from which mankind ?ufTer over a largo part of
the globe, is the consequence of a diseased action
in the system, induced by the poisonous miaem of
vegetable decay. This exhalation is evolved by
the action of solar boat on wet soil, and tisea wild
the watery vapor from it. While the sun is beUw
the horizon this vapor lingers near the earth's sur
face, an 1 the virus is taken with it through the
lungs into the blood. There it acts as an irritating
poi-am on the internal vUceraand excreting-organa
of the body. The liver becomes torpid ana fails to
secrete not or.lv this virus, but also the bile fresst
the blood. Both the virus and the bile accumulate
in the circulation, and produce violent cousdto
tionid disorder. The spleen, the kidneys, and the
stomach sympathize with the liver, aud beeotne
disordered also. Finally, the instinct of our er
c mi -in. as if in an attempt to expel the noxious
infusion, concentrates the whole blood of tke bedy
in the internal cxerctories to force thorn to oast tX '
out. The blood leaves the surface, and rushes to
the central organs with congestive violenee. Thiu
Is the CitiLr.. But in this effort it fflUs. Then tho
Fi:vi;r follows, iu whieh the blood leaves the cen
tral organs aad rushes to the surface, aa If in
another effort to oxpel the irritating poison throagh
that other great excretory ? the skin. In tf?ki
also it fsils, and the system abandons the attempt
exhausted, and waits for the recovery of strength
to repent the hopeless euott another day. These
aro the lit*- or paroxysms' of Favaa and Auer..
Such conititutional disorder will of course ondcr
mine the health if it ia not removed.
We have labored to find, and hare fennd, an
Ayer's Ague Cure,
which neutralizes this malarious poison in the
blood, nml stimulates the liver to expel it from tho
body. As it should, so it does cure this afflicting
disorder with perfect certainty. And it does more,
or rather does what is of more service to thoeo sub
ject to this infection. If taken in season it expots
it from the system as it is absorbed, and tbua keeps
these who use it free from its attacks; keeps the
system in henlth although exposed to the disease.
Consequently it not only cures, but protects from,
the great variety of nffections which arc induced
by this malignant influence, r.:ch as Remittent'
Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb, or Masked Ague,
Periodical Headache, or l?lions Headache, Bilinn*
Fevers, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Blindno*s,
Toothache, Karachc, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpita
tions, Painful Affections of the Sploen, Mysterien,
Colic, Paralysis, nnd Painful Affections of the
Htomach and Bowels, all of which, when arising
from this cause, wilt Im found to assume more or
less the intermittent typo. ThU"Aoi'? Ciibb "
removes the cause of these derangements, and cures
This it accomplishes by stimulating the excrc
torics.to e\pel the virus from the system; and
these organs by degrees become habited to do this
their otlico of their own accord. Hence nrises what
wo term aoclimntntion. Time may accomplish I
samo end. but often life is not long enough, or is
sacrificed in the attempt,while this " Aova Cvns "
does it at once, and with safety. We ha*o great
reason to hi'lie\e this is a Kiin-r as wull as safer
rented? for the whole class of disenKex which are
caused by the miasmatic .nfectiim, than any oiber
Which has been discovered; and it hns still another
important advantage to the public, which is. tb.Tt
it is cheap as well as fjood.
DR. J. C. AYER & CO.
Pmcc One Dollar rtn Bottlr.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has "or. for Itself ??.ich a renown for the rare of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary fur us to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wl,er?\cr >t has been esar
ployed. As it has l?:tg bee* In ">ii.Unt nee
throughout this .section, we need not do more than
assure tho people its quality is kept up to the best
it ever has hern, and that it mar be relied on to
do for their relief uli it has ever uccu found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A PURGATIVE MEDICINE
Too. tiik Cuits or DvararsiA;
FOB .1 AU.NDIQB ;
Fvii CvjiK op l!?!>!OBtTI?*? |
For the Curb ok Uysbntrry;
Fob a Foul Stomach ;
For tiik Curb or K it van* blas ;
Fob tui Piles;
Fob Tnr. Cvkr of Souoktla ; ?
For am. Scitnrv Lous Complaikts;
For tub Ci uk ok Rhbcmatism;
For DlSR?SRS or THR Nkin ;
For xhb Cubr ok J.ivlr CostrtVAIXTf
Fob the Cr nr. or Tbttrr, Tumors and Salt
For Worms ;
For tiik Curb or Goer?
For a DiNNi.it l'li.t.;
For ihr Cults ok Ni t rai.gia;
For Pt uuTiNo tub B/.ood.
They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, aud being purely
vegetable, no harm can arise hum their use iu any
Price 25 cents per Pox; Five sexes for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personages, have lent their
naines to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but uur space here will not pirrmit the
insertion of them. The Agcnta holow named ftm
nish gratis ear Americas Almanac in which they
arc given ; with also full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the Ueutmcnt that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put off by unprincipU d dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Amir's, and lake no others. The sick
want the bi ?t aid there is for them, and they should
havo iu _
All our Itcmcdics arc for side by
i. ny 11 e ly
THE (>/ /> ESTABLISHED
No. S N. Charles Street.
ijt wiiq and <&Uiddlc (p/ged mien
To PMGOJte THOROOQB
(Pr?ci ical ^Accountants
OVliR 2600 YOUNG MEN'
SOUTH EES STA TES
knvt GRADUATE n nt thit f//5T/t?T/?.V, nnd
at* tLiif CUiue Reitensiblt and Lner.itit* Positions in
the leading BANKS AM) PU.VKES5 HOUSES ej
THERE ARB :iO VACA TIONS. Students can
enter at a?;y tht*.
S/*einI fmdtvidualInttrttttlin nut/ twettj ruartn.
teen. Stud/or C.olUge P/^ningfnts at.d<?/endidSfrci
turns qf l\-i.rtar. k /> J.r.r.'flse f.uo Pvit.ige StaiH/s.
Add'en ?tfiCbmmu HUHttMtU to
jr. it. s xui.r.it, Pre-n't.
Sstrt'irrrt Ptttfu'ts Celtege,
BAL TIMORE, MD.
Now is the time to get BARGAINS.
way 10 tf
WE ARE NOW
Stock of Spring and Summer Goods,
Such na WHITE QOODM, I'lllN'TS, SOTIONN, &t\
Also n full Line or LADIES, Miss KS mid GENTS SffOf?, ?Ith HAT?, TIES
COLLARS und CUFFS.
JIM, OLD II AVIV* < 1444 II*,
Tu these "liur.l Times tn l.irc" wc have oft hand many articles ihnt will contribute grent
v iiilic "c fen lure comforts. 1
We tuteod tu keep nltfiiya "IT 1.1. UV" in the
And Hell llirntCflEAP lor en^h. AM arc respectfttlly InvHcdtocall n?d *laatitte ?ur
M?SELEY & CROOK.
opposite citizens savings bank.
tniir 29 teb H |v
WM. M. SAIN & CO.,
auf. pk kp a red
To do all kind of haulling
? . . AT
The SHORTEST Notice
april -(> . Vi
A MAN WHO
vt :n l Undoes slrotrld) "go in'' to Win 1? opening the Enterprise OarfceW, the Kn>icrir>ei
deici mined to
In n full und '."??>?/ Stork rtf LiniW?. that would commend thenuelvc* frt tt'lf, *1\<l f?y cotir
tcbv und attention to place all who tried him
Che necessity of admitting that he trsu a full dealer. Those who drank from
The Faucet of the Lager Beer Barrel
Of his Saloon' he determined should he satisfM-4 and b* induced te'return, rfe determin
ed to work all d-ay and think
uns to establish a t'eliahle enstom. lYe naa silCcecded'. From >Yond.Vv rh*rnrWg'fhe rush
coui inuca unt il
from the tilie that hin announcement
its way info the pnp?rs slid1
Upon the notice of the pilhlir, itritil1 nov, the sa'e of Liquors, Rejrars and Tobacco Hlis
continued.with udabaled rutronage.
Doorij und hearty welcome- hn? bren the motto, nn-t
The Undersigned rofurns his thanks fnr the liberal support ho has received and begs its
continuance at the ENTERPRISE SALOON; kept
BY J. HERMAN WAHLERS.
ARRIVING BY EVERY
GEO. H. CORNELSON.
In order to be prepared for the demand* of the season. I an? receiving large supplies of
all the various goods needed ml this time of the rear; suoh as
P'ablation Supplies, Tool?. Plows, Iron,
And everything else necessary tu make a crop. I am Agent for tho following valuable
and established Manures :
ETIWAN DISSOLVED BONE,
ETIWAN CROP POOD,
ATLANTIC ACID PHOSPItATB.
? PRANK COK'8 PHOSPHATE,
LAND PLASTER LIME AND SALT.
All the above Manures are offered at manufacturers prices will be sold at the same
term as at the works and will be delivered If requested at any depot on tho South Carolina
jcb 1 GEO. II. CORNELSON.
RUSSELL-STREET, ORANGEBURG, 8. G.
The Subscriber takes great pleasure in announcing to his FRIENDS and the COM
MUNITY that he has OPENED a FlRST-CL/lSS HOTEL, ai the Large Residence recent
ly occupied by Mr. Hatte Wannamaker. Comfurtable Accommodations, a Bounteous
Table and Cnurtens Attention are Guaranteed.
jan 18? am ?9. W, If. DIKES.
UEGULAE DAILY TRADE.
ANOtHER TRAIN e*?ST IN ANV FILLED WIT 11
AND CUSTOMERS SHOPPING AT
BULL SCULL k PIKE,
Making Selection frrroi their EatrnoTifffMfj L^fgtf rtrol t'.tried" 3tuCk of
Their assortment, wi(h constant additions, tV
Both at to StYLE& and QiJAtAfttiS.
Their facilities rtr rJfiitfbtg irorpyrieoi from? dfesfrablo M\t rief*
FOR THE CASH
Enable th*m fo make the best poaaible RAtES, #hieh is ttto OhV RULE* Cod
tinued front its ORGANIZATION?
Givirtfc an' otp^rienc? of 3tf year* irr R'nsineas.
Economy ana1 Enterprise fojrether with tha Errefgy and* ?Anllemanly depert
ment of all their Assistants, sYc always found at tho Ol/fr ESTABLISH EP
RULL, SCOVILL & PIKE.
**aj 2d c tj
s yv A CONS. pL
m I ft 1
WoctD irtro^Y f ite Prsr.rr TtfAf It* 18 STftt CARKTfS'fl ON TrTE CA'R
Hage Maliit.* in alVits tafiotfs rWarickes and \#ilV >f.iWaetrtrr tft Bepair at the
Shortest Notice, all Carriages, Buggies or Wagons. And am ah>o prepared with
NEW PRESS AND G 71 TO GIN AND PACK COTTON
I SKORT NOTICE. Cotton GINNED AT MY MILL has brought f>om t ?* ?) cent me e
; than that Ginned on the common (*'??.
?et yf\ 2-ly JI RIGOS.
Chablestox. S. C December 28, 1871.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY DECEMBKR
24. the Fassenger Train od the South
Carolin? RailroaS ir?T run b? follows.
Leave Charleston., .itO A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.4.26 P. M.
Lear? Charleston...6.10 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.06 P. V.
? rOR charleston.
Leave Augusta.?7.40 A. M
Arrive at Charleeton.8.20 A. M.
Leave Col nmbia.7.40 P.M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 P. M
THBOUOH W1LM1XOT0I TRAIN
Leave Augusta...3.00 A. M.
Arrive at Kingvllle...9.00 A. M.
Leave Klorvifie...12.30 ?. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6 80 P. M.
a VOL'ST a NIOttT BRFBESS?SCXDATS EXCEPTBD
Leave Charleaton...8.80 P. U.
Arrive at Augusta....7.80 A. M.
Leave Angnsla..........................?.00 P. M
Arrive at Charleston.. 0.5i A. M.
ion: Ml) IA MOllT EXPRtSS ?SejtftATS EXCBTT
Leave Charleston...7.10P, M.
An lve at Columbia.-7.80 A. M.
Leave Columbia.?.00 P. 11.
Arrive at Charleaton.7.00 A< M.
Leave Summerville at.t.2ft A.
Arrite at Charleston at.8.46 A. Ii.
Leave Charleston at.8.80 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville at........4.46P, M.
( A MO bn BBA.NCH.
Leave Camdett...,....G.lo A. M.
Arrive st Columbia.10.40 A. M.
Leave Columbia.......1.48 P. M.
Arrite at Catnden.0.26 P. M.
Day ami flight Trains make close connec
tion at Augusta with Georgia Railroad aadl
Night Trat? connects with Mac?ft aadl
Columbia Might Train eonttecls with
Oreenvlflft add Columbia Railroad, and with
Charlotte Road to points North.
Catnden Train eon fleets at Kiagville daily
(except Sundays) with l/Uf Passenger Train,
and runs through to Columbia.
A. L. TVLEfL tree-President.
S. R. Picaaxs, Gerte? si Ticket Agent.
Doors, Sashes, Blifld*, to
p. p. TO ALE1,
Manufacturer ami Dealer,
No. 20 llayne Street s.nd Horlbcck's Wharf
niAHLKSTGHf, S. C
gjf?T* This N fife Larger* atel most Corn
Viele factory of the It red *H the Southern"
States, and all articles in this Ihre can ht/
furnished by Mr. P. P. fn tf.faf priccj which*
gVjy- A pamphlet :\ ith full And detailed!
list of all Bites of Doors Sm-Iu-s and Blind*,
and i lie prices of each, will be' sent free and)
post Paid, on appliestiofl to*
: P.* ??. TO ALK.
CHARLESTON. S. ?.
jnfy 1* #ec
M(TMKY BUY IT!
For Slfffet I? I'rieelcMH!!
! Bt? THE WAltOND SPECTACLES WILL
ff totf taltfe yottr Eyesight use these Per-,
feet lenses, Grottttd front Minute Crystal'
l'ebbles. Melted *ogofner. and derive their
. name '?Dianrottrr'' Ott aeeonnt of their Hard
nes? RttJ Br?B>a?#ey. Thoy will last many
! years wirnW* e^ffttftgsY. and are warranted
superior to* all ?tfce!1.-? rn nse.
ManttTaefttted! trf the Spencer Optical
Manrrfs/eittrtttg Cc. New York.
CACTfffN.?N tftte Qaauing unless stamp
ed with our trade mark.
For Sale t*f Responsible Agents through
out the Onion.
R. J. OL1YRROS,
jatt SU?1y Orangebarg, S. C.
Citizens' Savings Bank
Ot SOUTn CAROLINA, -
Wftl pav 7 PER CENT. INTEREST oaf
SPECIAL DEPOSITS and 8 PER CENT, en
S.W.SOS DEPOSITS, Compounded Semi
I/oenl Finance ( oaimiltee.
Hon. THOS. W. GLOVER.
Col. PAUL 8. FKLPKR.
Capt. JNO. A. HAMILTON.^
JAS. n. F?WLES,
it 23 jaa eYf
At Private Sale.
THE PLANTATION forming a part ?#
the Estate of the late Col. Keift, and
known as the DARBY PLACE. The ?rar'.'
consist* of about 806 seres, one' half weir*
Timbered, th* remainder Rich, Red, Loam
Soil, adapted to" Crops of r.ii kinds. These'
are tfce Finest Lands in' the District, and
were valued at $2? phr" acre in 1866. Would*
be sold for one-halt tba' /rice now. One
fourth cash, tfte rerriuir er in three instal
meats hearing interest' from date end se
cured by mortgage of tbh same.
This is a'splendul chance for aneryne de.
siring t# secure ftien Lands, fine Water Pow.'
er, cxeeHent Cattle Range and a Befinedr
Neirhb'ii hnod. Apply to
Mr*. IV M. KElTf,
Of J G KE1TT, Esqi
K IA ?Bi? P?R D Alf 2 Af&mm
WANTED: All cVaaaea o* working
people, of either sex, ye-ung er eld, make
mere money at werk fer us in their spare,
moments, or all the time, than at snything
els*. Particulars fras. Address
? STINSOS * CO.,
?et* -lo PortTxai, Ma*ae.