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Th? Inebriate's Wife,
BY MA?GTK A JENNIN08
8ft w her in the bloom of youth,
Her face vf as very fair;
The guileless ayeq looked love and truth,
And shone with beauty rare.
Her figure wore n charming grace,
Angelio was her mien;
No vestige on lier lovely faoo
Of discontent was seen.
A tender-mother's joy was she,
A doting father's pride,
And inany bowed the lover's knee,
And sought her for their bride.
And* yet 1 was an in v?ir?, forsook,
That Cupid aimed his dart,
?fill first she met tho graceful y?utlr
That wooed and won lvo<* heart
But soon, overwhelmed with doubts and fears
The hear* within her sunk,
When ruator reached her parents' ears,
That to excess hs drank.
They noted with a troubled sigh
The ohanging hue that same,
The downward glance and tearful oyo
At mention of his natno.
And oft they strove with anxious cure.
jro prove't would be her bone,
Were she bis destiny to share: ?
Alas! they warned in vain !
For when he vowed for her sweet sake
The tempting bowl to shun,
She treasured up the words be Bpakc,
Believed, and was undone.
Five years have passed?the rosss now
Have faded from her check,
And well the shade upon her brow
Might years of suff'riug speak.
And why this sorrow of the heart)
Ibis cloud upon hor brow?
Why docs the wayward tear drop start?
Her hopes arc blighted now!
And he who gained her youthful heart,
And vowed to make her blcsi ?
'Twos hc^ who aimed the cruel dart
That pierced her gontlc breast.
Alas! upon that handsome face
That won the maiden fair,
Intemperance hath left its truce .
Too deeply written there.
M ? .
That voice whose music once could charm
And quell her fearful doubts,
Doth now her startled car alarm
With bacchanalian shouts.
Those matchless, most enchanting eyes,
That once with luster shone,
No trace of beauty in them lies,
Now dull sod heavy grown.
afcTV " '-*to ?
?,- i ??* ?'
And that loved form she vainly deemed
She ne'er could fancy less,
That noblest and most graceful seened,
Now reels in drunkenness.
. Now poverty, with all its train
Of bitter woes, has conic,
I To bring a more sfliistivc pain
And make more cheerless home.
,For many wrciehed days, alone,
With naught but sorrow near;
? She sits beside her dim henrtstouo
And sheds the silent tear,
i-: .; ? ? ? ?
Ah! cruel is the heart, moth inks,
That wins from tender caro
? A youthful, blooming maid, and links
Her hopes to dark despair!
Who pities not her lot so drear ?
Her cheerless blighted life?
Who could not shed for her a tear??
The poer Jntbiinte's Wife?
Young mnn has not. your oyo hi (Vrj
Jreriucutly attracted to a si^t) having the
ominous word on it,'-HAK?"
Avoid the place; it is no mistinm r.
The experience of thousand, has p'r v .?>
it to be?
A bar to respectability;
A bur to honor;
A bar fo happiness;
A bar to domestic felicity;
A bar to heaven.
'?? JCvery day proves it to be
' , Ike road to degratlatiou;
Tito road to vice;
The rond to the gambler's bell;
The road to the brothel:
, The roud to poverty;
The roud to wretchedness;
The road to aunt;
* The road to robbery;
Tbe road lo murder;
The rond lo prison,
The; rond to the gallow*;
'Ihe road to the drunkard's gravi-;
Tl.e rond to holl.
Some, it is truo. do not pnas through
all of these stagos; but imcuipera > ? ?
persisted in, always ends ii> tins <1. u ?'?
ards grave, and wo havo too inuuli rcu
son to fear, in hell
The bar room is truly
The ourse of tho drunkard'.-? wife;
Tbe curse of tho drui.kard'a child;
The curve of tbo drunkard's bunte?
v Those only who havo known tho bit
terness of being a drunkard's wild or
ohild cun know the misery und the hor
ror of a drunkard a homo.
Young man, beforo you ontor t-hc bar
roou),stop. Ponder the paths of your
feet ere it bu fcrevur too lato.
Alan of family, floe tho bar room us
2 on would in honor fulfil the pledge of
)ove ?jnt|o U) her who is the uompnr.i'"'
of >0ur jo\s unu of your aorrowt.
JL> ?1 JAMISON
ATTORNEY AT LA W.
AYill practice in the Courts of OK A N(i K
0 and B VHNWILI..
KICK COURT HOUSE MQUAUl'..
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TUR OTP RS TAP/. IS/IE P
OrrmnUfl Mtd IM'??it'it />./i'r'/'/fo Prtparinf
youna andvfliMle ^fged m:
TO BKCOMB Tii<>Rnrt;it
OI rE R 2 500 VOL TN C M. u \
SOI 'TMERN STATES
have GRAPTA l/ui at thi INS 77 TU TT ON ?d
ate now filling R, fret: or. t Cjfc ? .ttit-e i'^iti^ns in
the Uading TANKS A WO HI SWBSS ftOVSKS of
THERE AKT. Sii VACATIONS. Student* can
enter nt tiny time.
Specie!I liuifrufuai Instruction and success run ran
teed Send/or College Ott, ?m nts andtffendiit Spec*
mens oj'i'enuMMshi}. T.nclo ? tsoo i\ tags Statnfs.
Address all Communications to
ir. //. s i in. ten, rvwi't
T '/.'TU/( JHP.
Fever and Ague,
from which mankind suffer over a largo part of
the globe, is the consequence of a diseased action
in the system, induced by the poisonous miostn of
vegetable decay. This exhalation is evolved by
the action of sota licM on wet soil, and ri-i-s with
the watery vnpor from it. While the sin. is below
the horvjon this rapor linken near thu earth's sur
face, and the vims is taken with it through the
Inna.. Into the blood. There it acts as an in itatiug
poison on the internal viscxi i and excretim; organs
of the body. The liver becomes torpid and fait* to
secrete not only this vims, but nlso the hile from
the blood. Both the virus and the bile accumulate
in the circulation, and produce violent constitu
tional disorder. The spleen, the kidneys, and the
stomach sympathize with the liver, ami become
disordorod als>. Finally, the instinct of our or
ganism, aa if in an attempt to expel the noxious
infusion, concentrates the whole blood of the b.?dy
in the internal cxcrctnrtoa to forco them to cast it
out. The blood loaves the surface, and rushes to
the central organs with ton^cjUho violence. This
is theCniLl. B*itU> this etfort it fails. Then the
FSVBR follow?, in which the blood leaves the cen
tral organs and rushes to the surface, as if in
another effort to expel the initating poison through
that other great excretory ? the skin. In this
also it tails, nnd the system abandons the attempt
exhausted, and waits for the recovery of strength
to repeat the hopelosa effort another day. These
are the tits or paroxysms of Fbvrr and Aoub.
Such constitutional ilijordi rsvill of course under
mine the health if it iff not removed.
We have labored to lhul, and have fuund, an
Ayer's Ague Cure,
which neutralizes this malarious poison in the
blood, anil stimulates the liver to expel it from the
body. As i; should, so it does cure this afflicting
disorder with perfect certainty. And it dne-s more,
or rather docs what is of more service to thoso sub
ject to this infection. If taken in reason it cxpcl?
it from the system as it is absorbed, and thus keeps
those who use it free from its attacks ; keep* the
system in health although exposed to tins disease.
Consequently it not only cures, l>>it ?rote is from,
the great variety of affections which are induced
by this malignant influence, such as Remittent
Fever. Chill Fever, Dumb, or Masked Ague,
Periodical Headache, or Uilious Headache, Bilious
Fevers, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Blindness,
Toothache. Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpita
tions, Painful AtTections of the .Spleen, Hysterics,
Colic, Paralysis, and l'ainfu! Affections of the
Stomach and How els, all of which, when arising
from this cause, will be found to assume more or
less the intermittent type. This " Aoi'h Cvrb"
removes the cause of these derangements, and cures
This it accomplishes by stimulating the cxere
tories to expel the virus from the system ; and
these organs by degrees become hot ^ed to do this
their oflice of their own accord, llencc arises * hat
we term acclimatation. Time may accomplish the
same end, but often life is not lout; enough, or is
sacrificed in the attempt, while this AOOB CVRB "
does it at once, ami with safety. Wc have great
reason to believe this is a surer as well as safer
remedy for the whole class of diseases which are
caused by the miasmatic infection, than any other
which has been discovered ; and it has still another
important advantage to the public, which is, that
it is cheap as well as good.
DR. J. C. AYER & CO.
Pi:ice One Dollar feu Bottl?.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for the cure of
every variety of'1 hroat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidmico of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure tbo people its quality is kept up to the best
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A PURGATIVE MEDICINE.
Foil COATIVRNRM ;
Fon Tin: Cuim or Dyspepsia ;
Fon j aunmcr;
Fon Tfitr. CT an or Indioestiok;
For Tin: Cure dp Dysrntbry;
For a Fori. Htomacjt;
For thu Crar. or Erysipelas;
Fon tue Pu.r.i;
For the Curb or Scrofula|
For all Be non roes ConrLAn?Ts ;
For ins O'kb or Kiiimma tish ;
For Diseases or tub skin;
For iuu Cike or Liver Complaint}
For Droi-sy ;
For tiik Cure ok Tri t i n, Timors anu Salt
Rnr.i m ;
Fon Titr. Cr nr. of Qo?T;
Foil a DlNNF.lt I'll.i. ;
For tue Cure of Nm uai.oti;
For PcniPTiNo Tim Bi.oon.
They are sugar-coated, so that tho most sensit
tire can take- them pleasantly, and being purely
vegetable, no bann can arise from their use in any
Prise 30 centa per Box; Five boxos for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physician*, States,
men, nnd eminent pnrsoiitgot, have lout their
names to certify tbo unpararteled use^llness of these
remedies, but our space here will nut permit tho
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our American Almanac in which tbsy
ard given ; with also full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be "put off by'unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they mnke more profit on.
Demand Ayf.h'r, and take no others. The sick
I wont the best aid there in for them, and they should
f have it.
* - All our Remedies i?ro for snlg by
GEO. H. CORNELSON
Is receiving now, constantly addi
tions to his Stock of DRY GOODS,
Groceries, Hardware, Boots & Shoes,
Hats, Saddles, Harness, Crockery,
Wood and Willow Ware, etc., and
offers the same at prices to suit the
times. BAGGING and TIES always
on hand. I also continue to buv
COTTON, RICE and all COUNTRY
Produce at the HIGHEST Market
PRICE. Please call in and see for
GEO. II. CORNELSON'S.
Throughout the Slate are ocqu.iintod
with thu reputation ol my 1IOTKK.
UOOI) MK A LS and Comfortable
l.od'jitigss uro wltnl all my customer.1",
transient and pcrmancut
f 1 f The Fame Kali* foot ion if expressed os to tin*
UAUCAINS lobe oliiained iii iny St.ne With a
Hue nail coinpbte assortment of ? U?0K1UES, and
.-? M'.'.-k of l>i:V GOODS, ?mivalhd lor ex rol
lt nr< in the Maikot ul Orniigcburg. I can. will'
CALL U PON.
My friends to remember
Tin os an- haul \? i \ liard, and money hard to ?rot. but I hose who girc
men call will never dispute tlio ns^ortimi that the best MAUD A
to 1"- had in < >i I>ur_' are obtainable at inj Store, and my St ir" only.
I will k' i |> :>!->>. during the winter, a supply of UO.IS KS and
IIOG.S I'or sale at reasonable: priors The laci i-1 if yuu vv.uil a
I ai.aiu ?! .?I v sort, 3"! tannot ? ci it unless yV.ii call >u
us! IS- ti W. a . M ?fli? >N rSY.
SUGARS OF ALL GJiA IIS!
1' VOSE & IZL?B
g Wholesale im<l Retail Grv.n.M. ^
\r. . KCSSKU. SI UK KT. ^
?*- Arc n \v olTfriiii! n very choice an 1 w 11 .? looted stuck ol j
1 FANCY AND HEAVY GROCERIES |
d $??'? r'ATiSrACTlO.N GUAUANTiSKi) .a
-~ Goods fbdivcri d.
'< v'-osis ? izj..vi!.
SMOKE AND DRY SALT BACON.
And now opening, at
A full assortment of FALL and
WINTER C-00D3, of every descrip
tion, at prices to suit the times.
A full stock of choice Groceries
now on hand.
Sept -J7, IS73 lp
HIGE AND GRIST M
m a rk et sb i m :i?;rr.
STBATJS & STREET.
Having mado V AST 1M l'Ro V KM KNTS i.? llioir MTW? are now prepared
to COIN l> RICK l<?r tho Public at Irfrge at thu rate ol :'?") ou3 per bu-lud.
AlwnjsMi. hand ? LK AN Ii ICH and KU KS 11 GHOl'NI) ISKIST ami .M KM,
\\ ? : I i.l pay the
11 r? 111.-ism: ma [ii< i:t p:rice
i (ASH for K?UOI1 KT CK, COHN an 1 iKAS.
Satiafacti? n ?uu van trod.
SOUTH CAROLINA KATLKOAI)
Charleston, S. C. December II, IH7'J.
ON AM' \I Ti:LCt;i:M?\V i?i:? |-:Ml'.KR j
14, the l';t--HBger Train &n ?Iih Suutb
Carolina U:iih "4ii will run u.s follow s .
Leave Charleston..1.8(1 V
Arrive at Columbia.5.20 P. M.
Ii ill AUOUSTA.
Leave Charleston.0.80 A. Ml
I Arrive ut Augusta..?.5.20 I'. M;
I eavo Columbia.0.00 P; M.
Arrive st Cbnrleston.1.45 I'. M
Leevo Augusta.0.00 A. M.
Arrive at CbnrlOHlOll.4.45 A. li,
COLUMBIA NIGHT KXI'RKSS?SOSIIAYS KKKI T
Leave Charleston.7.80 I*. >t.
Arrive .-it Columbia.0.80 A. M.
Leave Columbia.T.;;o Fi M.
Arrive at Charleston.t I" A. M.
MM: er A NK.III KXI'llttSS?H'MiAl." KXCRITKD
Leave Charleston.S.oO 1'. M.
Arrive ?t Augustu.7.:'."? A. M.
Leave Augusta.0.15 I*. M
Arrive at Charleston.5.50 A. M.
HI MMUSVTl.lf. train.
Leave Sumni' Tville nt.T.'Jr> A. M.
A i rive tu Charjes?on at.8. IU A. M.
I.i-1 vo ' 'harles ton nt .SL85 !'. M.
Arrivo lit Siimiiierville at.4.60 P. M.
Leave Camdi n.7 20 A. M.
VrrivoRl CjOlunibia...!.11.55 A. M.
I.i itc Columbia.2. i<? P. M
Arrive at Cu-uidon. 0.55 P. M.
Day und Night Trains connect at VugiiSta,
with Macon ami Augusta Itail Itoiid. Central
ICit.il It. a 1 ami Georgia Itiiil Itoad Tina is
tlie i|iiickest and modi direct route; ami no
? . .Mortal '' ntul cheap a* any oilier route to
Louisville, Cinewbiiiitij Chicago, St. Louis,
ami all ntlu r | bthts Wcs' an 1 Sot thtvvst.
? olumbia Night Twii:; connects with
Greenville arid' Colin bin Itniiro.id. und Day
arid N;^ht Trains connect with Charlotte
Through Tickets on .-ale, via this route to
all points N oi l h. i
Caimlen Train connect - nt Kiii'.:villu daily
iexcept Sundays) with uu\ Fn-.-en^er Ti .
und run* ihi-ouih In ('? liimhin.
A. L. TVI.Kh, Vi.President.
8. lij l'f ki (Scuerill Ticket Agent.
? )?' A Valuable inventions )0
AN ENTHIELT NEW
FOR ^O.MK.ST 10 I HL.
?>.*vi,Y five noi,i.:u:?.
iviir run ska
Vaicnl Kuitoii H?ft Woikcr
!:: MOST SIMPLE AND COMPACT
CCi . ; it i;? Tli ?v
\ MODEL OF c iM 151 Mil) STRENGTH
AND 1' EA I T V.
j Complete in uH its parts uses the Straight
Kye !' iiuted Needle, Sell T.n ending, direct,
? i. right !'?? i'ivi Motion, New Tepsibh, Self
! I.I an I Cloth 0 it id er; Operales by U'hecl
land <>ii a Table. Lighi N?nning, Smooth
I und hois, lees like all good high priced
I machine.*, lias patent check to prevent the
I wheel being turned the wrong way. Usus
j the thien I direct (rotri the >|< i I. M ikes
the EliiMie I eck Stitch (fines) arid stroh.rect
stitch known:) lirtii, diirnble, close ami
rU| i i. \'< ill ?lo ail kinds of work, tine ami
coarse, iVoiii Cniuhrio te heavy Clot b or
Leather, Mid u.<es ail descriptions of thread j
'1 by Im ; mechanical talent in Amerisia
litl 1 I'.iti liiis I.II devoted to improving
im 1 simp i lying our Machines, combining
willy imii which is practicable, snd dis
pensing with nil complicated surroundings
generali} found in other machines.
Special terms and extra inducements to
male a:.u lem-ue agent*] sioie Wei pers.
who will establish agencies through the
ciuiiitry and keep our new iriacliirius on ex
hibition and s&'e. County rights givnu to
sniait a:'n:< tree. Ageiit S complete on I tits
furnished without any extra charge.
Samples of ncivin^', descriptive circulars
containing ternis, icBfiiiiont?ls, engravings,
\e.. icrit free
Address, it KOCKS SHWlNtl MACHINE
CO.. No. 1Ilroadwny; New * oi k.
leb 8 1 V
MONJiV CANNOT IU V II !
For Si^bt Im Pi*i<?elCB?!!
ItUTTIIE DIAMOND SPKt I'ACL KS WILL
If yoti Value your Fycsighl use the e IVr
lei-i Lenses^ Ground from Minute Cry?tnl
Pebbles, Midled together, and derive tin
luinin vDiiiiii ??d*' on iieeounl of their Hard
ness nnd Itrilliancy. They will last many
years wilhoiil change, and are warranted
superior to ?II ether- in u-e.
Manufactured by the Spencer Optica.
Manufacturing Co., New Vork.
CADTltlN. - None (lenuing unless stamp
ed with our trade mark.
Kor Sale by Responsible Agents through*
out ibe L nibn.
L. .1. OLlVtKOS,
jan 20---1 y Orangi bur,;. S. C.
At Private Sale.
rilHE PL?NTATTON forming a pari ef
1 the Estate of the Into Col. Koill, nnd
known a-the DAHUY PLACK. The tract
consists ot nbdtll l?00 acres, one half well
Timbered, the remainder Kich, Led, Loam
Soil, ndtiptcd to Crops of nil kind-, these
Hie the Kincal l.m ls in the District, nnd
were valued at $_?? poracre in 1800. Wjpuld
be sold ror one.hall lIsla' ,riee now. One
In nth cash, the roimiii %v in three instal
nicnts bearing interest rrom date ami sc
cured by mortgage ol tho s.mio.
This is a splendid chance tor aneryno de
siring m Been re Kich Land-. llnc^M'utor Pow
er, escelli im Cattle Kunge und a llefined
Neigbbi rhood. Applj lo
Mrs L. M. KBltT,
Or J i. KI II I. K-.|
f>- io MllO I?m.? DAY! AffeulM
?V) \\ Will?' Ali ilasses ol w.nking
pi ople, ut either sex, young or old, make
more money ii work for us in their spare
moments, or all the time, than :,t any. thing
else. Particulars frets Address
tij SI INSON c<*.,
sept''1 l*? Poi tl ind, Maine.
DRY GOOD AM) GROCERIES,
riAVE GREAT PLEASURE in submitting the following list of GOODS
(<> their patrons and die public, and while thankiug thctn for past oou?done? to
liberally bestowed, offer renewed assurance that ercry effort will be made te neot
their wants with the very best of goods at lowest caah prices.
DOMESTIC DRV GOODS, ROOTS, SHOES, HATS, <7Al?a
aud OLOTHING, STAPLE GROCERIES, sueh as
FLOUR, SUGAR, COFFEE, BACON,
HAMS, .MACKEREL, LARD Ae.
RAISINS, JELLIES, SAUCES, SPICES, PICKLES, MUI
TARD, &c., CANNED FISH, FRUIT, and * VEGE
TABLES, in evory vurioty, TINWARE, and
CROCKERY", A FULL" LTNE AIR
WAYS ON HAND.
MOSELEY & CROOK,
(OPPOSITE THE CITIZENS' SA VINGS BANK.)
juno 28 ij
mi oi it
EUSSELL-STB SET, ORANGEB?RG, S. C.
Tin- Snhgcriher take* (treat pl^asi.ro in imnounrinjr to log FRIENDS sad the COhf
Ml MTV fhrtt he lias OPKNKD a I i I'.ST CLASS HOTEL, ut flic Large Residence reeer.t
occupieri hy Mr Hnne Wnnnntnakcr. t'onifortublo Accommodation*, m Bmtttii
l .t.:.-. und (Jourteud An cut ion m-c Guaranteed.
J. W. II. ??XM.
HEGULAE, DAILY TEADE, '
ANOTHER tTL A TN JUST TN AND FILLED TTLTrf
AND CirSTO?L!:RS SHOPPING AT
Makiug Selection from their Extraordinary Ltrgo and Varied 6Uek e/
' . hnvm
? ?> tUlfi A>3B>
Giving nn experience >>f HO years in Business.
Economy and Euterprise togother with tbe Esiftrsry and jrenfTenaanly deport
ment of nil their Assistants, aie always l'??uud ut the OLD- ESTABLISH**
BULL, SCOVILL & PIKE.
Their nfportment, with constant additions, is
Roth as to STYLES and QUALITIES.
Their facilities in drawing supplies from desirable Marko??
FOR THE CASH
Enable them to make the host possib'e RATES, which is
tinned from its ORGANIZATION
m* *- -
' '.^4ti WO*
. i M$m *<hi
* - NU Kxrfr?^
it'iin.n Inform the itulic that he is ?tili, carkyino on thr caiv ?
\v vi !'-:>? Miikil.f In all its v?riou> linineheg ami will Mwnufnotnvo or Repair ol the
P ion >t Notice, all Carriages', Uuggies or Wagons. And am also prepared.1'^^^^
_\EW PRESS AND (i I TO IN AND PACK COTTON
... i rtf* ? ut.) t.*f?4|
SHOUT notice. Cotton ClNNEDAT my mill has brought from J to Jocntraore.
than that Ginned or? Hie common Ii. HIOQfl.
osj %pl 2-ly