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The Inebriate's Wife,
BY MAOOIE A JENNINUS
saw her In the bloom of youth,
Her face was very fair;
The fe?u*.elcas eyes looked lore and truth, ^ 1
And shone with boauty rare.
Her figure wore a charming grace,
Angelio was her mien;
JTo vestige on her lovely fooe
Of discontent was Been.
A tender-mother's joy wns she,
A doting father's pride,
And many bowed the lover's knee,
And sought her for their bride.
i id yet rt wa? all in vnir?, forsooth,
That Cupid aimed hia dart,
Till first she met the graceful youth
That wooed and won he* heart
But soon, overwhelmed with doubts and fears
The heart within hor sank,
When runt or reached her parents' ears,
That to excess he drank.
They noted with a troubled sigh
The obanging hue that tame,
The downward glance aud tearful oyo
At mention of his name.
And oft they strove with anxious caro
^0 prove't would be her bone,
Were she bis destiny to share: ?
Alas! they warned iu vain !
For when he vowed for her sweet cake
The tempting bowl to shun,
She treasured up the words he spuke,
Relieved, and was undone.
Five years have pnssed?the rosss now
Have faded from her chock,
And well the shade upon her brow
Might vears of suff'ring speak.
And why this sorrow of the heart)
This cloud upon hor brow?
Why docs tho wayward tear drop start?
Her hopes arc blighted now!
And he who gained her youthful heart',
And vowed to make her hlest ?
M?wss he who aimed the cruel dart
That pierced her gontlc breast.
0 truj *>' "
Alas! upon that hnncl?.?mf fsce
That won the maiden fair,
Intemperance hath left its trace .
Tee deeply written there.
? Thai voice whose music once aotild chnrm
staii And quell her fearful doubts,
Doth now her startled ear alarm
With bacchanalian shouts.
?ea bd? -. 'cent w^o
Those matohless, most enchanting eyes,
That once with luster shone,
No traoc of beauty in them lies,
?** Now dull and heavy irrown.
e*JV . J ? *?* V
?fit* . . . ?. . , ' ":'
. jx?xx uini jovou lorm site vainly deemed
She ne'er conld fancy less,
?\ That noblest and most graceful see m l.
*?? - Now reels in drunkenness.
jaHow poverty, with all its train
Of bitter woes, has cotuo,
t To bring a more afhietivo pnin
And make more cheeriest homo.
^For many wretched days alone,
? With naught but sorrow near,
? She sits beside her dim heartutono
And sheds the silent tour.
' Ah! cruel is the heart, methinks,
.-- That wins from tender csro
- A youthful, blooming maid, and links
Her hopes to dark despnii!
Who pities not her lot so drear?
i*y Her cheerless blighted life?
Who could not shed for her a tear?
The peer Inebriate's Wife?
Yonng man hns not jour eye bi en
lietjucutly attracted to a si^n having ihr
ominous word ou it, ??B^lt?"
Avoid the place; it is no mistirmcr.
The ezporieuce of thousand, has provtfd
A bar to re?pec:?bility;
A bur to honor;
A bar fo happiness;
A bar to domestic folieityj
A bar to hcavou.
Kvcry day proves it to 1;.)
> Tkemad to degradation;
The road to vice;
Tno rontr to the gambler's bell;
Tha rond to tlva brothel:
[ The road to poverty;
The road to wretchedness;
fcT-be road to wunt;
*xne road to robbery;
The road (o murder;
Tbc road to prison,
The: road to the gallows;
'ihe road to the drunkard's graro-;
Tie road to boll.
Some, it is truo, do not priHH through
all of .these atagos; but intetnperdtioe
persisted in,' always ends in the dm ik
ards grave, and we have too liiuoii roa
son to fear, in hell
The bar room Is truly
Tbe eurac of tho drunkard's wife;
The curse of tho drunkard's child;
The enrre of the drunkard's homo.
Those only who have known iho bit
tern ess of being a drunkard's wile or
child o*o know the misery and tho hor
ror of a drunkard* homo.
Yotftig pian, before you onter the bnr
room, stop. Ponder (he paths of your
feet era it be lb rev or too late.
Alan of family, floo tho bar room r?s
5pu would in honor fulfil tho pledge id'
Jove niHijy to (?er who is tue cjo-npunj mi '
of your jo) s und" of your sorrows. 1
. JL> 11 JAM1??M
ATTORN FA' AT LAW.
Will pruetico in the Courts of OUANQE
OR?i and CAUNWILl,.
oJpFK.'KfoUUT HOt HE HQ JA U l".
fph -::d ? .:<'. lh';
THE OT.D ESTABLISHED
OF ^AM F.RICA.
Aa j I TUE
No. 8 N:< Charles Street,
ChrrnnUrd *n-l Dei-nUd EfnHfttu 10 Prtparinf
tfJvUHy and wU<Llle cy/tjfA a?
TO BBCOMI TBOKO?OB
0 VER 250 0 YO UNG M. i.\
SOVfjUiKN STA JES
have CEAPIA ! Hp. ?' this MST! WH Off. mmi
art now filling Kes??ksi Vi au.:' Lu< ? ?. . ix
the Uading i:.ltnCS AND f WE.'.S ftOVSES ef
the Country *
THERE A KF. NO I'. I CA TA WS. Students can
tnter at any tin e.
Sfeeial individual fnttruetion and sue.-est gu-aran
ieeii. Sena1'/or College DocumiHt* andif-lendid Sfe<i~
mens ?/t'tnmatuhip. J'.h, tost two I'ostagt Stamps.
AJJress all Communications to
??'. //. SJ.1tt.E1t, I'rrn'L
?. i. tiier,fi .'?Hsi.ttS' ( ?//<??*,
'/? <i.rtiio.':E, mo.
Fever and Ague,
from which mankind suffer over a large part of
the globe, is tttc consequence of a discos* d action
in the system, induced by the poisonous mi asm of
vcgcuiblc decay. This exhalation is evolved by
the action of sol?r hesjt oh wet soii. and rises with
tho watery vnpor from it. While the sun is below
the hor^on this vapor Unser-? near the earth's sur
face, and the virus is taken with it through the
lungs into the blood. There it acts as nn irritating
poison on tho internal viscera and excrcunt; organs
of the body. The liver becomes torpid and fails to
secrete not only this virus, but also the bile from
the blood. Both the vims and the bile accumulate
in tho circulation, and produce violent constitu
tional disorder. The spleen, the kidneys, and the
stomach sympathize with the liver, and become
disordered'also. Finally, tho instinct nf our or
ganism, as if in an attempt to expel 'be noxious
infusion, concentrates the winde blood of the body
in the internal oxcrctorics to force them to cast it
out. The blood leaves the surface, and rushes to
the central organs with congestive violence. This
is theCiita... lliU in this elfort it fails. Then tho
Fkvbr follows, in which'the blood loaves the cen
tral organs and rushos to the surface, as if in
another eifuri to tapf! the irritating poison through
that other groat excretory ? the skin. In this
also it fails, and the system abandons the attempt
exhausted, and waits for tho recovery of strength
to repeat the hopeluss eifort another day. These
arc the fits or paroxysms of FSVBU and Aoue.
Such constitutional disorder svill of course under
mine the health if it is not removed.
We have labored to find, and have found, an
Ayer'a Ague Cure,
which neutralizes this malarious poison in the
blood, and stimulates the liver to expel it from the
body. As it should, so it does cure this afflicting
disorder with perfect certainty. And it docs more,
or rather does what is of more- service to thoso sub
ject to this Infection. If taken in season It expels
tt from the system as'it is absorbed, and thus keep*
those who use it free from its attacks ; keeps tho
system in health although exposed to the disoasc.
Consequently it not only cues, bill protects from,
tho great variety of affections which are induced
by this malignant Influence, such as Remittent
Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb, or Masked Ague,
Periodical Headache, or Bilious Headache; Bilious
Fevers, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Oout, Blindness,
Tooth.i.-he. Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpita
tions, Painful Affections of the Splocn, Hysterics,
Colic, Paralysis, and Painful Affections of the
Stomach and Bowels, all of which, when arising
from this cause, will be found to assume more or
loss the intermittent type. This " Aoun Curb"
removes the cause of these derangements, und cures
litis it accomplishes by stimulating the cxere
tories to oxpel the virus from the system ; and
these organs by degrees become hut red to do this
their office of their own accord. Hence arises whut
we term acclimaiation. Time may accomplish the
same end, but often life is not long enough, or is
sacrificed in the attempt, while this " Aouk Cvrb "
docs it at once, and with safety. We have great
reason to believe this is n ?urer 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. G. AYER & CO.
rnras One Dollar per Bottle.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
bos won for itself such n renown for the cure of
every variety of Throat nnd I.ung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evideuco of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed.. As it has -Jong been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure the people its quality is kept up to the best
it ever has been, and that it may be roliod on to
do for their relief ull it has ever been found to do.
Ayey's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A PURGATIVE MEDICINE.
For tub Curb or Dyspepsia;
For the CTbu or Indigestion ;
For tub Corp. op Dysextbry;
Fo* a Fori, Stoma? it ;
For tb? Cran op Erysipelas;
Ftrtt tub Piles;
For tub Cire or NcitorfLA;
For all Sciiorti.ors Con rum ts;
For thh Cuku op Kiiei'm atism ;
For Diseases or Tin: Skin ;
For tumi Clbx or livr.it Complaint;
Fon Dun ps v ;
For ihk Core op Tetter, Tumors anw Salt
For the Ccre of Gout;
For a Dinner I'ii.l;
? For the Core op Ki:i baloia;
For Pdripyino thh Blood.
They arc sugar-coated, so that tho most sensi
tive can tnko them pleasantly, and being purely
vegetable, no harm can arise from tkeir use in any
Prioe 25 couta per Box; Five boxoa for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent pereonsgos, have lout their
names to certify the unparalleled usebdnrss of these
remedies, hut our spare here will not permit tho
insertion of thorn. Tho Agents below named fur
nish gratis oor AmbWcan Almanac in whichthay
are 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 make more profit on.
Demand Ayf.h's, nnd take no others. The sick
I have j\ -bC8t ald thorcfor the,n? nn(1 lhpy ?b.oul*
*. AU our Remedles^e^ aals^by^ f ^| y?
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 buy
COTTON, RICE and all COUNTRY
Produce at the HIGHEST Market
PRICE. Please call in and see for
GEG. II, COKNELSQN'S,
* THE PEOPLE
Throughout* tlio State arc acquainted
with til-! reputation ol mv HOTKI,.
<;(;<>!> MEALS and Comfortable
Lodgings are what all my customer?,
transient and permanent
Of The panic satisfaction i.? expressed as to (bp
BARGAINS lobe obtained in my Store. With u
fine a.i.l complete nssnrtruont of OUOCKIIIES. atad
a Mock of DRY GOluJSViWrivlUcd for excels
It nf? in (he Muikcl t>r Omtigcburg. I can, will'
My friends to remember
Tin cs arc hard, very bard, and money bard to *rct. but those who gtrc
men call will never dispute ihe mv-cttinn that the beat UAK<}\ S s
tu he hud in ?rnu^ebtirg uro obtainable at mv St ire, and my Store only,
I \riil keep al-n. dining tbc winter. 0 supply pi" IIORSKS and
Ii<)(iS fur sale at reasonable prices Tbc tuet if you vraiil u
I ai.aiu 'I ;ti V Bort, 3 ?>il cannot > ct il Ulilcsd V?u cad ? >ti
us! Lg-ii vv. a. si i;;'iiox ]?:v.
SUGARS OF ALL GBA11 S!
1' VOSE & IZLAR
I Wli?lesale ami I?<viaII iiri'vi,
to . JULSSL'i.l. S'J ItKKT. .
>-" Are now offering a very choice and well scleuted stock <d
I FANCY AND HEAVY GROCERIES
? $rv' BATlSfACTION GUAKANTHEU ujfl
'?' tjtiuJ^ Delivered.
% VOSJJ & IYA'u a.I?.
SMOKE AND DRY SALT DACDX.
And now opening, at
A full assortment of FALL and
WINTER GOODS, of every descrip
tion, at prices to suit the times.
A full stock of choice Groceries
now on hand.
Sept -jt, im:1? :'?."> ip
RICE AND GRIST MILL!
STEAUS & STREET.
Utving mffitc V AS T J M l'RO V KM I!NTS in their MI I.L. nro now prepared
1 (>l'.\l> RK'K ior tho l'ublio at. Irfrgo at tha rate ol :'..'> ctd per bu-lud.
Alwnjs op hand '.'LEAN IUCE and FRESH t.ROl ND (JRLST and MEAL
\\ .? : I ill pay tilt)
I I 10 I I l?$T JttA I* K ET FBIpES
?. ??t\ I *-* m 1 I V? ^r j
PcAFt!; for ROIGII RICK, TORN an 1 PKAS.
Sat lafaclK n- au
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILISOAO
?tr?k)LK-MJV VW W
Qiarlkbtok, S. C. December 14, 1H72.
ON AM* A FTEli til'N I?A Y JpFt'KMBER
14, tin- I'.i --eager Train On iliw .Seulh
Carolina Bnilroatl will, run us follows .
Leayi> Charleston.-9.30 A- M.
Arrive nt Columbia.6.20 l\ M.
run avqust \.
Leave Charleston.0 .30 A. M.
Arrive ut Augusta..-?.6.20 1'. M-.
I eave Columbia.9.00 I*. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.45 IN M
Leavo Augusta.9.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.45 A. M.
COLUMBIA NlOlir bxprbss?SOXDAT9 RXOEPT
Leave Charleston.l.'M) P. >l
Arrive at Columbia.6.80 A. M.
Leave Columbia.7.oO P. M.
Arrive at Charleston. .1 !?"> A. M.
AUGUSTA KIOUT KXPUKSS-SUBOAVS KXCRPTBD
Leavo Charleston.s.::0 P. M.
Arrive nl Augusta.7.".*? A. M.
Leave AltgUSta.<>. 1 ? "> P? M
Arrive at Charlcstou.6.50 A. M.
Leave Summerville ut...7.25 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston at.*.!<? A. M.
LeaV* Charleston: nt.II :i.*i P. M.
At rive, at Summorvillc at.-LOOP. M.
Leave Camdcn.7 '20 A. M.
Arrivom Columbia...!.11.65 A. M.
Lean Columbia.'J. 10 P. M.
At l ive at Cuoiidoii. 0.66 P. M.
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta,
with M a con and Augusta Hail lload, Central
Hail Road and fjeorgin Kail Lou.| This is
I he quickest and must direct route, nnd us
comfortable and cheap as any oilier route to
LnuisVtlle, Cinetonntij Chicago, .St. Louis,
and nil other | oint? West mid Northwest.
( elumhia -"Hglu Ti^ii:; connects with
OreenVille and (.'oll'im'hia Railroad, un 1 Day
and Night Trains connect with Charlotte
Through Tickets on sale, via th's route to
all points North.
Cum dell Train counpctvat Kiugvill?* daily
i?xeept Sundays i with u?y l'o-.-enger Tr.-iin.
und run! through lu <"? lnmbin.
A. L. TVLER, Vice-Prcsident.
S. 15. PicKr.xs, Ucheriil Ticket Agent.
et*' A 1 j;lual>Ir Invrsitioiisi?)
AN ENTHIELT NEW
F??R DOMESTIC 1 SE.
O.M.Y FIVE DOM, A ICS.
WiXJ' : i| r; nrw
i'aloiil Ihittoii Kol;- Worker.
THE Must SIMPLE AND Ct^MPApT IN
<.'~i STUIh Tins
THE M?ST PL" KABLE AN J ECONO.MT
CAT. IN OSE.
A MODEL <?!' d?MIUN^l) .STRKNMTll
AN 1? P.EACTY.
Complete.in nil its pari? uses (he Straight j
Eye !' date i Needle, Sell Tines Uug, direct,
upright Po Itivt Motion, New Tension? Self
Feed ahddctb'Oul'dori Operales'by Wheel
and on a Table. Light Itimning, Smooth
mid noiseless like all good high pi-iocd
machines. Has patent cheek to prevent the
wheel being tinned tito wrung way. Uso.1
the threap direct from the tpool. Makes
the Elastic Leek Stitch (finest and strouzcot
stitch known:! firm, durable, close and
rapid. Will do all kinds' of wor!;. tine and
coarse, frotu Cambric te heavy CI?jiU or
Leather, mid u->es all descriptions of thread
The best mechanical talent in Ameviza
an 1 Furopc, li.f been devoted to improving
and simplifying our Machines, combining
wiiiy shoe fwuieh is practicable, and di?
pensing with nl! complicated surroundings
generally found in other inuL-h.iu.es.
Special terms and extra inducements tt,
mule atid leuiale a^vnui, store sjsM'pera, ire.
who will establish agmcics through the
country and keep our new machines on ex
hibition and sale. County rights given to
smart agents lice. Agent's complete outfits
fhriiisliud n.ihout any extra charge.
.vaUip!es ?f sew.ng, descriptive circulars
containing terms, IcsTundnialsj engravings.
Sie., sent ii ??,?
Address, BROCKS SEWING MACHINE
t o . No. 1329 Urondway, New * urk.
leb S ly
M?NJKY CANNOT ULY ill
Tor Night I*riooIo?s ! I
HUT THE DIAMOND SPECTACLES WILL
If yoti r.'ilue your Fyesight u?c the-.- Pcr
i'eei l.etises. Ground from Minute Crystal
Pebbles. Melted together, and derive Iheir
iiamo ??Diamond" on account of their Fiord*
noes and Brilliancy. They will lu?t many
v-ars willimit chance, and are warranted
superior to nil others in use.
Manufactured by the Spencer Optica.!
Manufacturing Co.. New York.
CAUTION.?None Genuine unless statnp
fd with our trndo mark.
For Sale by Responsible Agsnts ihrough
otit the L ii ion.
t. j. ofcivtnos.
jan 20?ly Oi-ang? bur>r. S. C.
At Private Sale.
rnilE l'L\NTATK?N forming a part of
L tho Estate of the late Col. Keitt, nnd
known as the DARBY PLACE. The tract
consists <?! about li00 acres, one half well
Timbered, the remainder Kieh, lied, (loam
Soil, adapted to Crops of nil kind-. Tlic-c
are the Finest Lands in the District, and
were valued at $JO per acre in I860. Would
be .-old for one.hull ilia' , rice now. One
fourth cash, tho rcmaii or in three iltttal
mciita bearing interest from date and se
cured by mortgage of tho samo.
This is a splendid clinnco tor aneryno tie
siring Ib'SOvhirc Kieh Land*, fiubnntor Pow
er, e.'.celNm Cattle Klinge nnd a Kefitied
Neighborhood. Apply lo
Mrs. L. M. KEITT,
Or J M Kl 11 1'. Bsq,
fj - m ?1?) 1%.? DAY! ARCIIIII
\\ VNiKD! til classes ol working
ptuplo, of either sex, young or old, in ike
more money at work tYvr us in their sparo
inonieiiis. or all the tiiue, than nt anything
else. Particulars frees" Address'
Gj STINSON & CO.,
1 sept. -le Pvitlnid, Maine.
DRY GOOD AND Mlite,
HAVE r.KKAT PLEASURE iu submitting tbe following list of GOODS
to their palroiiH und the public, and while thanking them for paet confident* e?
liberally bestowed, offer renewed assurance tbat every effort will be made te Meet
their wants with the very best of goods at lowcit cash prioaa.
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, HOOTS, SHOES, HATS, ?kPW'^
aud CLOTHING-, STAPLE GROCERIES, aueh
FLOUR, SUGAR, COFFEE, DACON,
HAMS, MAqKEREL, LARD &e.
.i ,?>U?l- to
RAISINS. JELLIES, SAUCES, SPICES. PICKLES ,
TARDj ?Q., C ANN KD FISH, FRUIT, and'VE?fc
TARLKS, in every variety, TINWARE, and
CltOCKERY, A FULL LINE AIR
WAYS ON HAND. c :
MOSELEY & CROOK,
(OITOSITE THE CITIZENS' SAVlNa^BAM*.)
RUSSELL-STREET, ORANGEBURff, fiHfc
J l',l:''l'fn 'er,l'll;i',*:rMl I'lra.iiro in announcing to hi? I
Ml NITl thm 1.? baa OPK.NJSD a fTKST-CLASS HOI KL, at tb?
Iv occupied by Mr Harle Wannamakcr. Commrtoble Aocdra
I rtblo in.J ?.'.iirieus Atteution nre Guaranteed.
FRTENTD8 and tk? COM
Largo R?oidao?e raeent
orainodation?, a Boaateaa
4- w. n. hkk^.
EEGTJLAR DAILY TRADE... i
A NOT!' Eft fTlAlN" JUST TN AND FIT.LUD YTITH
. A ?\i -/.V* mtU e*
anp avT<;::::!:s shopping rr
Making Selection from their Extraordinary Lirge aad Varied 6tcfftf-?|ft
Their aisortment, with constant additions, ia
? bateM ^aanMri
Both as to STYLES and QUALITIES. bwm
Their facilities in drawing supplies from desirable Markets * "'
FOR THE CASKET*A*
Knnble tbeui to mako the best possible RATES, which is
tinned from its ORGANIZATION?
1 &oa/>$ a H??4
Giviug an experience of 30 years in Business.
Economy and Enterprise together with the Enerrv and - geafTeraanlr depart
ment of all their Assistants, arc always fouud at the OLD EST A R11K if h?
DULL, SCOVILL & PIKE
tjsfisn ?caeimayt ?*f m
fis pi *3?mu AH
J iM ai*
rVfs ? seat
St ad ad dfcitfw
* ?Cef ?t???
mm mitetma taeatt
ti?*ol }?i? off?
it^?ITLD IN! nl'M Tlir. IWULIG THAT UK IS ST1T.T, i'AilKYTNO ON TM caju ?
^> riniic Mnkii.* fij *11 its various hriincbeo unit will Manufacture or Repair Sti t?e
i r -i Notice, all Carriages, Buggies or Wagons. And am also pye^^^i^^^
NEW fttEJft ANtt'D 1 JO <:iN \S?'+*tmOfJtfOt* * ' -
BIIOBT NOTICK.. Cotton 0INN KD AT MY MILL has brought from I U i^ontraere
iban thai Ginned on^be common ^**rlh; StGtta.
oej *pl 2?ly