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?Vikler the Beautiful Moon.
AindcV tn^'bohutiful moon, to night,
Silently sleeps tho crowded town,
Tenderly drcumnly floats tho light,
Over tho Wa?doroxB up and down;
Echoing faintly along tho stroct,
Ever arc hoard tho restless foot,
l'lodding so wearily,
Sadly nnd drearily,
Onward tho liist of a hope to meet.
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Under Hie,b.e?uliful moon thGro sleeps
Many and many a fair young Jfncc,
Many ami many a mother weeps
Bitterly over her child's disgrace;
StnllBta bo they.false till the sun is set,
Under tho moon may tho cheeks be wet,
A -Sinking tearfully,
)5f >-Sadly and fearfully,
MShft11 hoart would fain forgot!
it\ ?y ' ? ?
Uiidor the beautiful moon there go,
Fla'Uuting their shame in its holy light,
Fafeosj-of loveliness to and fro.
Straying from purity far by night,
Go'ddncssnhd truth for the light of day,
Under the moon may the bad have sway:
V^\- O ! could the beautiful
Ever be dutiful,
Loving might gladden their hearts away.
Ser tho beautiful moon there Jrest
9 and pure, and the hours go on.
hai in love and life are bl<?st,
ot wrctchccncss, pale add wan;
iie8s undor the mon may sleep,
Misery vnder the moon may weep,
.. Oriovingly s-obbingly'
Hearts may make moan over sorrows deep.
Under Hie beautiful moon, to night,
Many will dream ofthe l?ved and lost,
Many live over with rad delight.
Hours w hen they ButTero 1 and sorrowed most
? 'fears for the lost when the day is (led,
Under tho moon may their names belaid:
Never so eheei ingly,
Mcifiory Srcntlis of tho loved and dead.
I H _
A fact is worth a thousand state
Self.made men are apt to worship
its ji ras;1
A terrible opinion. Quo that coin
cides with our own.
The wise n an commands his tongue,
lu* the fool's tongue commands him.
r?'iu slings have ' slewed" more than
the slings of old.
It is not an insult to ask a tall mau if
its cool up> thero.
^.There? is no concealed weapon so dead
*ly as'tho euvuuomcd toaguo of slander
'Shakespeare' has been spelled every
way Lut 'Spokcbhire' aud 'Shyspoke.'
"What a thing it is to be a gentleman
und a sculler, nowadays, to bo sure !
If a gun is fired over a recently
caught lubster, both his claws will fall
Let nil tn&.errors you sco in others'
management suggest correctness iuyour
Can n man who is full of tho milk of*
humafi kindness cat a lobster with all
im polity ?
Gffd'givcs'iich meu bous wl o soon
scatter the wealth they have gathered
Genius is the gold in the mine; talent
is the mirror iu which works aud brings
You can travel ten days,' in Switzer
lund for tho cost of two days sight see
ing at Niagara.
Yofcmg man, go West, and il you can
find nothing else to do you may ruu for
Noah "Webster, says a miller, is one
who attends nulls, therefore those who
attend prize-fights arc millers.
Time is incalculably long, and every
day is a tiescI into which much may be
jcuicd if one will really fill it.
In Montana,when an editor is crowd
cd for room, he anounccs," A number
of deaths are unavoidably postponed."
Whenever you meet a man who is
is fond of argument, you will meet one
profoundly ignorant of the operations,
of tho human heart.
?? To what country should a men go iu
order to put the last touch of polish to
bis education?? To Finland, in order to
get some finish.
? r JVhen the world's gold is deuied to a
?man.' hud be owns but little of tho silver
wliat wonder that ho should seek a so
lace out of the pewter.
Tho only certain way for a man to win
$10 on a horse laceisto give all the
riders ?50 apiece to let some ouo horse
win. r, . s
Ihc people of Paris will soon present
to Queen Victoria an illuminated ad
drcEB thanking England lor manifesto
tious ct sympathy at the couclusion of
Tho 'Vcndome column is almost ready
for tho statue of Napolcan. Tho cere
p.cny of boil ting the "old man" up will
bo the ocensiou of'u holiday in Paris.
Germany, has just adopted a law by
which . ,tjia holder of a railroad ticket
may /stop atony point on his journey,
for any period?the ticket remaining
good till used.
Pine sensibilities nrcliko woodbinos,
delightful luxuries of beauty to twine
around a solid, upright stein of under
.standing, but very poor things if thoy
arc loft to creep along tho ground.
Pretty rico paper that lookB so pure
and delictite is mado in China from tho
pitch of a great tree: not ut all like wo
n ake paper from popular wood, but by
simply cutting it iuto thin slicesj
DK. T. BERWICK LEGARE,
Graduate Baltimore College oi'
OFFICE OVER STORE J. A. HAMILTON.
july 4 1874 tf
It. F. M?CKENFUSS, Dentist,
Of CHARLESTON, onn bo found at his
OFFICE above Cuptain BRIGG
MANN'S STORE, on Rus
References?Uns. J. P. Patuick, B. A.
M u.o ken ku 88, A. P. Pki.ZKII, M. !>., and
Messrs. l'in.zKit, Ro?aKn? &. Co.
june 0 1874 tf
The UNDERSIGNED takes pleasure in
announcing to his.mnny friends and patrons
that he has PERMANENTLY LOCATED at
ORANGKBURG C. II.
Where ho will devote his ENTIRE TIME
from every Monday until Friday noon, to
PRACTICE OF DENISTRY
in all its Departments.
Perfect SATISFACTION "guaranteed in
all Operations entrusted to his care.
Charges MODERATE. He will be found
at Dr. Fersncr's Old Stand.
Very respectfully, I
A. M. SNIDER, D. S.
may It ly
A NEW LAW FI UM.
HUMBERT & FORDHAM,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
A T Ii A W .
OFFICE COURT HOUSE,
ORANGEM UJt ff, S C
mar 11 lt'
F. G. GREGORY
II AS OP A NED a SHOP at. Rigg's Old Brick
Store for the purpose of Repairing Watches
and Cloeks. His work is guaranteed to
give satisfaction or no pay required, lie
will be glad to serve his old customers and
tiie public generally. Prices moderate,
may 2 8ui 1874
AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
july 8 tf
Brick! Brick!! Brick!!!
TAYLOR & JOHNSON,
COLUMBIA., S. O.
Arc prepared to furnish FIRST CLASS
BRICK iu any quantity at tho LOWEST
MARKET RATES. Orders solicited.
JosEi'ii Tayj.oii. Henry n. Johnson
may *2o tf
J. FELDER MEYE?S,
OFFICE COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
AVill give prompt attention to all business
entrusted to him. mar 'JH?tf
Dr. J. G. Wannamaker & Co.,
Rcspcetfully call the public's ntloution to
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE,
on Russell Street, next door to McMastcr's
Brie!: Building, where can be found a well
selected stock of MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, SOAPS nnd Fancy Toilet Articles.
A kind and generous patronage is earn
Dr. .). G. WAN NAM A K Ell & CO.
Dr. A. G. DUKES
Has just received a full supply of
M El i IC IN ES,
PAINTS, OILS, &c.
Also a lot of line CIGARS and TOBACCO
all of which will bo suhl cheap for cash,
acpt 5 1874 1
Has a FRESH SUPPLY or TURNIP and
CABBAGE SEEDS for Fall planting.
All Seeds warranted.
TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
MOSES M. BROWN, tho Barber, pledges
himself to keep up with the limes in all the
late Improvements, as hid business is sulli
cicut to guarantee the above. He will be
found at his Old Stand ever ready to servo
his customers at tho shortest notice.
Valuable Plantation for
For salo the PLANTATION below Howe's
Pump, on tho River Road, known as the
HILL PLACE, containing five hundred and
thirty-six acres. On the place there is a
good DWELLING HOUSE, with necessary
Terms made easy.
Apply to tho undersigned on tho place or
I by letter addressed to R?wo 's Pump, S. C.
oct 3?tf LAU
SOLDIEHS inny be stationed bore (o guard (be lives of the "truly loll," but Unit will
not permit mo from .selling .?11 kinds of GROCERIES and LIQUORS ut figures to suit tbo
miser that would sell his soul Idr two dollars.
MAY come Hinang us, but I'll guarantee ns soon as they make one purchase at my
CHEAP ST?RE on the Last Corner of Meroney's Lot,
IN ORANGEBURG VILLAGE
That they will ground their arms. I have such articles as Flour, Siignr, Coffee, Lard,
Rntter, Bacon. Hams, Mackerel, Cheese, llico, &c, of the finest kinds. And as to my
LIQUORS?why their ilavorahmo would entice the veriest old hard-shell to try a "drap."
My Segai'fi are such as President Grunt orders whenever his mind becomes disturbed
over Southern mil rages. They bring quiet all the t.me. In a word, I have a STOCK of
Groceries, Liquors, Sugars and Tobaccos (hat have astonished the natives. Let one ami
all give me a call, at my NEW STORK on Meroney's Lot. where that indefatigable gen
tleman himself, and Johnny (his big boy) will be found at all times ready to give HOOD
BARGAINS. Ami as for me, why ? well, the boys Know how it is themselves.
sept 17?Ciu FRONT MERONEY'S MOTEL.
MY KNTIRE STOCK or
All o! whic are at PRICKS
MUCH LOWER THAN LAST YEAR
fall and exemine.
A N?. 1 Stock of Groceries, Crockery
Tin ware, Candies, Segars, &sc, for
Sale LOW at the Cheap Cash Groce
ry House of
J0 S. AUBEJR?rOTTI
CORNER lUJSSKrJi-STnEET AND RA1LKOA? AVENUE.
The Best Powder, shot and Gaps kept for
We arc now DOING BUSINESS eschisively for
, xx S 11 .
TO COUNTRY^MKRCllAN'l S.
IIOa'J?i]!:i!ii:3".l!>i-;i?r5 AXD FAK31 KltS are requested to examine our
NEW STOCK OF
??>'- GOODS DELIVERED.
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p h i Riiir.ru
i. o. w. onibbn
IlKTUHNING MY Til A N KS TO MY PATRONS FOB Til Kill LI II Kit Ab PAT
ronage in the pact, I assure t ict i that 1 will spare no efforts to please them in the
IS WELL ASSORTED l>i
Dry Goods, Clothing, Glioes, Hats.- Groceriot, Liquors
AI! ?f which 1 offer as LOW ns any other house?SATISFACTION GUAR A NTEKD
Please call ami satisfy yourselves. No trouble to show ? >ods.
Major,IL F. P?U, M. lb SISTKUNK, \V. 1> HISKIt ami W. W. WOLFK arc with
me, ami will be ploftsod li> SoO to ail IV i a h.
J. WALLACE CANNON,
Groceries, Liquors, Segars, Tobacco
All tho . . .,. ,
HAGS, &<L Sec.
To be had, for which the HIGHEST CASH PRICKS will bo paid ivt tho
' GRANGE STORE,
Opposite where Wliittcniorc's Soap Factorj UBed to bo.
nug 22 c 187*
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BUSINESS I. BUSINESS!
WE WOULD INFORM OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS WHO HATE 80 LI?
ERALLY patronized us for the past two years that our
IS COMPLETED and READY for WORK. Wc will pound Rico on Toll, guarantooing
satisfaction to all who may favor us with their patr-juage.
Wc nr.; prepared to TURN OUT a neat job of TURNING either in Wood or Iron.
We also ran bore out WHEELS nnd PULLEYS to order saving time, troublo, and e.xpsnoo
of sending to Charleston or Columbia. Wo have just put up a NEW LATHE for tho ab*ro
purpose. ??? ? '. v ;.-mv
We can supply NEW and SECOND-HAND STEAM ENGINES and all other MACHIN
ERY at the very lowest prices, and at short notice.
CLEAN RICE at our Mill always
Below Charleston Market Price.
MEAL, GRIST, COW and HORSE POOD at the most reasonable Prices.
OAK Aism l^HSTE WOOD
SAWED any LENGTH desired, and .delivered to any part of thcTown for the SMALL SUM
of $3.30 per Cord. Send along your Orders. Wc are always ready to fiD thorn without
STRAUS & STREET.; ~
Is now RECEIVING oac of the L ARO EST and REST SELECTED STOCKS of
iOOTS & SHOES, SATS,
Crockery, Glass, Wood and Willow
W A R E.
Also a NICE SELECTION of |
BEADY MADE CLOTHING,... $
Which, having been bought with an eye to the HARD TIMES willbfc SOLl> LOW DOWIt
for CASH. . ? v ? r ?-. : ia?i . .ll
FULL VALUE*for the MONEY guaranteed, and nn enrly inspection rcspeetfally
solicited. No charge for showing goods. Respectfully yours,
GEO. H. CORNELSON.
Do you want the EHST
You ever SAW ? Do you waut the BEST
Lard, Mackerel, Salmon, Sardines, Pickled or Fresh Oyster?,
Sugar Cured Hams, Potted Hani, Crackers, Sugar,
Coffee, Chewing or Smoking Tobacco, Sugars,
BOOTS OH SHOE^
At the Sign of the GOLD BOOT.
AUGUTU S FISCHER, Agt.
HAS JUST REOEIVElHlT THE
EUTEKPBISE GR03EEY STOEE
A full supply of FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES, and is offering then*
VERY LOW lor the Cash.
THE ENTERPRISE SALOON*
Will be found a. full Stock of CHOICE LIQUORS of tho bost brand*, an*
a largo supply of tho BEST BITTERS that arn inado.
SEGARS and TuBACCO of tho beat gradoa. All in need of tho^nbo7e*
goodsjwill bo dealt with right by calling ou