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Tli? JBeatiug Heart IfliiHtCJo or
By blasting drought, or black'ning ft .,
If all thy industry ho lost;
If in the (loot! fond hones go down,
Waste not thy life with idle. moan.
Beat, throbbing heart, or the.
The bruised reed perchance thou art,
Or like the Brooking llax in heart,
Old friends have proven false to thee,
E'en then, thy wntchwotd ever be,
Heat, aching heart, or die.
"When love resigns her mystic throne,
To leave thee desolate anil alone,
When life's most consecrated ties
?Shall change to dreadful tragedies.
Bent, breaking heart, or die.
Hhcn earth draws down, and powersds ay.
Twilight steals over life's sad day,
"When hopeful may give place to must,
Allies to ashes, dust to dust.
('case, broken heart and die.
A young man who had just return
cd from a long journey, clasping his
adored one in a loving embrace in
a dimly lighted parlor, was seized
with a great terror that for an instant
paralyzed all bis energies. "Oh, my
dearest, darling on earth," said ho
wildly, "why didn't, oh, why didu\
you write mo of this ? What is it?
spinal disease ? or havcyotl dji located
some of your ribs, that you ar ? oblig
ed to wear this great leather baud
age?" "Ob, my sweet Ijvc," she
gently murmured, "this is only my new
belt; I would have gol a broader 01 e,
but it would not go under my arms.''
A certain young man brought his
affianced down from the country i<>
see the sights. One day, while th< y
were passing a confectioner's, the
swain noticed in the window a placard
bearing the announcement, "ice
cream?one dollar per gal." "Weil,''
said the young man, as he walked
into the saloon, "that's a pretty steep
price to charge Cor one gal, but M u in,
I'll see von through, no mutier what
it costs. Here's a dollar, waiter; ico
oreani for'tins gal."
A carpenter who was always prog
nosticating evil to himself was one
day lipon the reoP of a live sto y
building upon which rain had fallen.
The roof being slippery ho lost his
folding, and as be was desccitdirg
towards the caves he exclaimed,
* .Just as I told you !" Catching how
ever, in an iron spout, he kicked 611'
his shoes and regained a placo<>f
safety, when he ilitis delivered him
self: "J know'd it; there's a pair ol
Ji is a remarkable, if not lamenta
ble fact, that so many of ou r young
men take to the various professions
and so few turn tit eir attention to
farming. There is plenty of room in
the latter field, while the others are
always crowded, particularly by
beginners, many of whom f?ll by the
way before the race is fairly begun.
. ? *?
"General Grant," says the Paris
Fijuro,"made a mistake in coming to
Paris. Before bis arrival many per -
sons pictured him to themselves as a
kind of Bonaparte at the time of the
Consulate? brilliant, profound,auda -
cious?a master, in short; Unhappily,
be has hern seen, and the ideal is co:i ?
fddcrably battered down."
Let us suppose General Grant
nominated, elected, inaugurated
Does any one doubt, that history
would repeat itself? Can any nine
doubt that the men who began the
present, agitation for a third term
would, in due time, begin another fur
a fourth term??N. J', Ti 7/y?i<. K
A member of a school board not ii
thousand miles from Boston, visited a
school under his jurisdiction. When
asked to make some remarks, hesaid :
"Well, children, you spells wall and
reads well, but you hain't sot still.''
Judge Bradley was an extreme
?States Rights mau when 11. yes was
to be counted in by the Electoral
Commission. 1Iq has changed front
recently to help Grant. Shame upon
such ajudicial travesty!
Pedagogue?"What is the meaning
of the Lut<n verb iguosco?" 'Pad
student (after sill others have failed to
give cornet definition)?'"l don't
know." Pedagogue?-"Right, go up
to the bead."
Gen. Longstreet supports Grant for
another term, and believ es thai he
and be only of Republican candidates
can carry .North Cacolina, 1, mi-da nu
An old 1 tdy in Wichita says she
never could imagine whoro all the
Smiths came from until she saw in a
New England town a large sign,
'Smith Manufacturing Company;
He ISacIiod Out.
A gloom was cast over the bright
ness ?fonr sanctum yesterday when
the suave life insurance agent glided
in and began to untold bis little
scheme. When we asked him to in
sure us against loss from delinquent
subscribers, he gathered up his duds,
lightened the hold on his grim sack,
aud backed out ol'lhooliicu?licrahuw
A bridal couple from Wiishoo valley
uH>rcakfast in a Ueno hotel, convers
ed .is follows: He?'-Khali I skin
you n portaler, honey V" Khe?"No,
thank you, deary. I haVe ouoal
ready skuu.*'?/Jeuiici' News.
No thid'ever experienced so much
remorse of conscience, as he who
.-tea's a curl from a pretty woman's
head and afterward learns that it is
HcuuUes often die old maids. They
>ct such it value on themselves that
they don't lind a purchaser till the
market is closed;
"Thero's a pair of 'home-made .itts
p< i dors," .-aid the Governor of Texas;
pointing t>) ii couple of newly elected
'J he Cot'garce river is full, and still
'l iin most eortalii nio?lclno tnctiw
|ill ttjfieasos >'t Uio btnoih duulran senuT
it In, Itlioumntlsm, ball IUioutn,Tc't(lr,
I'linploa, I tell. OttHvr.i, Borths,' Aliei*n?>
? i. K mgli Hklii, Swollen Joints, Kyi.a
c u' ILL i iot 'in.
? if 3 Ttto to< st ivllaldo MVKRo.OHltr.UT
JO" It, will euro Chronic ConMlpntfoa,
|>i' utfie.ho, JptMcii.v^ lu'llsebltos,
':' ??? ?,? i:, Heartburn, LaiigultluetMi
* \ Tnu m ?t complete Kidney .'i??settle.
a (.-..I... i :? i.! ... s ol Urine,roten
U'jij "i Uclno, Klglil ?wualsj r?lua in
\ [: \'^TAre you Sufferer IT
: t< not
ft so, try ( mi. !.>'ti" or inla vnltmtilc
Hit lit' In?, lltl'l Rl?'t 1 ??!!<? r, ik' llUlllbllR
??ry, no deeopilon, n?a.dr? i>y rectum
??Udo |>artleM from drills Hint Imte
hee'a tciiowu a?r'yonrn b? our liest t'hy
Stettins ;.j uikjcJIIc.-i lor any oCatfovc
''''' "SilUMIW -?ir^a.?.II II? Ii ?
.'.11 Sragcirti wll it. T:.:c Si pet E::.u
rHEBfiOWH CHEftllCRt CO.
o. Sharp Lt., Dattnnoro, M I.
T. C. HUBBELL
Wild. ATTEND TO TU K SA I .KS o
i;..il l>tato, Personal Pioperty, &c, I'nb
lie or Private. Ihisiness entrusted to him
will be promptly attended lb!
t irauccbiirg, So. la., Dee. 1st 1 iT'.l.
nov 28 l.s7'.?.
Th'. ifoportarit i r rail weighs Intt alioul three
pfj pounds, and all ihu l.u. d in a livin? peison (about
rj i'r< v >?-..:.,.!.> i ? ten ttiroui-U it at least once every
1? ijia'f hour, tj V...v.- ihc st..t other Impurities
dMr.ltiittl cir filtern! :: hi it. l'.ile i-. the natural
r ,>.... iivi. of the liqwt L;, and if ihc Liver becomes
KM ', rj.itl ii i-. n ?? r paratsil front the blood; but car.
f_. ? i..i.;i;:i ihu vo i. i ? all p Mi cf tll? sy?l?:m,.,,
i id in try lug io cu ih?o?ih the pores of the
i_4 ' t.. cai '?? >t Utriii yellww >'r :i ?Ii:ty bnuvti
. lor. The stomach liecciiies itiseascd, sn<t Di-i
t'o\ p i .ia, lu-lip '.lU'> tiiwtioh: llvadache, lllli
? , ,.J ... -,i Iii t,Mnlarial I "eyei ?, riles,
<s*J.,. . . i: S/.'.,e!i, ,v::it gcilClHl UcibiKty fol
A Mr.iUiuLi.'r, Hi i-atini:, the creal lal le
\1\ !: s >v? iy f rt ipiduy; i.ni?il.<: blvtr.to'throjvj
c-|<'ir frori one to i \ > ounces of bile c.n.'.i tiuie the
1!. ...11, ?t:stJa:oujl|it;asloiiii a* there isail c.\.
..i I i:.:; I dt i vt ?'' even n few i!r?c?
' it r.pc n ytliow o mplcviin <-r a br?)*'a.<!rrt; 1 oWii^;
? ' i, ' . I j ... h ;.il who try ii-rih'y ?eins the
j. n.? J.??-.-:.:'.:: l'lic!?i t i;l all MU
,i ?'. ; und 1 i vir miiipUint is mnile certain
! ifllr.i'AritittI ? a? foft!?tc?V.ithcUscctirnj.
' : ii f.ij'iiT.J'y rvrVtl la t'.vrjity ?nimites,
itl ' i : 1 .: / i iillitht.ta ? ui jlbin tin: 1 jvee ljii ?..xisf.
> ) i : ? ii A.S A UPS71TU Tii FOR PIt.LS
1 i i L UK "
c?25*Contfi and $1.00
?, ?' S3 at; 051??
or TMr< a
? , \ ' i.'i M.. 1 1 ? llui er:.v<- til lca<t
if nil 1 ? ? ? .' 1 \. I has, siri lS fnira ihe
? ' .! .?: uv.-.!:.. isJi'utuiiiinlysi?t
iri'n !; cfi?c.-.:li. f ; < i. f to.ooo will
?. ' : 1 . r Moi; ?it c, es.?ny pri jeirutioa
rj 'ii. i>r r \ n.< 1c Acl ljcan liiifid
1: t'liOv.TK ? "' -ii Kviicr, which lias
who II..: 2 to y vith hut ?:
!;>?". I.' 1 ; ?? 1 v.r. 1, ciu bo 1'. . c
Cir.t (' in uUoii :i i.' i:. uhkUe. '1 he
...v.: a C ; ..; ; i i:Ce will ci;ro it v.ln a
ums Kiii 11.. :? d. A'?-??, I'??!?!% C ?? i
r:m--1" . I <'.iM . i' f the llir'r at
. V. d lie.! '? ? :i:... .ii..!. i.f t:i-= I. ..
II;::: iC ?.- .< . ?.?.:? i:ithand l'.-:-i:ov.
? 11 - ii. i. i. 1'i.iVm'v, as well :s
: i i : .?' '..'leer ; in?', r I.'ol;- :*.v?
?: .'? ; :? . -.?hi! I. -? ?ihc: '. l!. i ii
to I! i ci rt.t' yon < i l.o L) uliiiitt rt:a
I fir'W T!>
. ! SviiCP al !
, iitis tind $1,00
1 .?t* ; -j ^ It? Vigji WUte*'
? ?? ' ?? ?? ? tan ' ? i 11! ? trfatrirhl (if all
i . ? IVi-iii i .i mi in till IiUkhI. N?.l
. : : r. . ' :.? ! .j ' i:: . White SwcllinK,
' > . I : :.!ji l ?' .... in a thousand,
.I i! ? 'id '? ? layiiifomeform;
i .?. the I...ii. ^. ..ml tin i. i .?? ? it pio
.. . i r thitii t ' her Id ?'. ? f blood or
? ill.. lU. i'.. 1.1 . n' .S l ii i in
'.lr.!j'n l ???i.'iiif! is fh? iMly medic I nc
h a Kopi; ofii'Ctf'.i ity flpm Scrofala,Sy
.Me! .::i:. . ... .. .. . 1.1 ; II staj'.cJ, can lie
j t'n i:'i <!. ili.u will t :.ic Cancer,
i i. i . i ! by iSc I rnpri inrs if Mercury,
lid' t ii ptircly vegetable a.ul hasm
lalind in it.
; I'M 11, iii: -il-. '?->.
: :? ii i ???'? ii Svi:i;e arn'. Mit ipi i.'i
?mi i ivitii for ^aie by all Drug.
' i.i tad ft.ui houlcA.
i . . ?lili ti CO.. Tropvietove,
Fi;'^a' '^i.i-uia ? \.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
Capital represented ove.'
In .Sound and Reliable Companies, viz :
Liverpool <fe London & Globo, Georgia Home, Eire Association^ St. Paul
Pire & Marine, Continental of New York, Petersburg Savings and
Columbus. * ^
Most of thc.<e Companies have met Losses In this Town nnd County, and have paid
them promptly and fairly. Doin't risk your properly without Inaur&uc", it is money
well spent. The fwl lowing Letter speaks for itself.
ORANGERURG, S. ?., February 13th, 8830.
MR KIRK ROBINSON, INSURANCE AGENT:
Pkak Sir?I take pleasur? in recommending your Fire Insurance Agency to the
Citizens of Ornngoburg County for Promptness and Fair Dealing; and at the dame time,
acknowledging the receipt of Seven Hundred and Sixty Dollarn from tho Liverpool &
London & (Hobo Insurance Company, paid to me this day, for damages caused to my
house, in the Town of Orangehurg, S. C, hy lire, which.occurred, on the 20th January,
lJ>SU. This is the whole 'amount claimed by mc, and is paid by jour Company without
dispute as to the claim. Yours very truly, J). LOUIS.
Thanking the public for past patronage, I would respectfully Folieit a continuance
of the same, and can assure those who favor nm with their Insurance,that 1 will always
oiler them safe nnd reliable- Companies.
Insurance Agon/, and Agent ior the Farmers Aid Association.
Confectioner and Fancy Baker,
W< uld inform his Friends nnd Patrons iu general that he is still keep
ing tho Finest and Largest Assortment of
Bon-Bons, French and American Mixtures of every description, Fresh
liaisons, Cvrrents, Citron, and always on hand, Canned Goods,
Fruits and Nuts of all description*.
A Large* Assortment of Fine
cig ars <fc tobaccos
I would also inform the public that I will be ready1 for the Summer to
Refresh them with
i crm cit e a m
And supply everybody with JOIiJ
A call respectfully solicited by JOS. LTiTt?S,
At Briggmann s Old Stand,
i Dil 11
Another large lot of
direct from thc^Munufactory] just
25 Cents to $2.50 a Piece
Also all sizes ofj
Which I can bo attached to any lamp
for the trifling sum of 25 cents, and
does away with the chimneys entirely.
A call is respectfully solicited by
J. L Sorentrue,
N. B<?Chandeliers for 2, 3, and 1
Lights on band at reasonable prices
PLOW STOCKS, PLOWS, HOES, SHOVELS, SPADES, JcC.
And a complete Stock of
GUNS. PISTOLS; CUTLERYi POWDER
SHOT, CATS, CARTRIDGES, &c.
tirif" All of the above COOPS will be t-oh\ at OLD PRICKS notwithstanding tho
recent ADVANCE on all articles in the above line.
The Light Running Remington Sewig Machine
The BEST nnd the CHEAPEST Sewing Machine manufactured.
lic.'JJJlil'illg of nil kinds in my line done at the shortest possible notice.
?im l6i P. G. CANNON.
H. S. RENNEKER,
CORNER RUSSELL & BROUGHTON STS.,
Will keep constantly on hand tho following goods:
Coffees Bacon, aimed Salmon,
Teas, Strips, " I.ebsters,
Sugars, > Hams, " Mackerel,
FlOlir, Lard, " Oysters.
Grist, Putter, " Tomatoes,
Meal, Soap. " Green Peas,
Rice, Starch, *' Corn Beef,
AH of the above articles I guarantee lobe FRESH, and will sell them
us LOW ns the LOWEST for'tho cash. Call and examine my Stock and
prices before you purchase.
Always keep ou hand a full supply of
I, 1 QUO HS, WINES AND CIGA11S.
The Celebrated "Oakley Bitters/'
Persons who are suffering from Indigestion and who ore liable to Chills
nnd Fever, Dyspepsia, and nil the attendant evils of a Deranged Stomach
will find a certain and speedy remedy in the usoof the above Tonic.
13. S. RJ?^N^KEB
.-. "V|I ill *
GEO. H. CORNEL
The UNDERSIGNED would respectfully inform the PUBLLQ thatb* b ?Tery dar
receiving ' _^ _ mm_
LARGE A?DiTI?^ ?Uonk
To his already LATCGE STOCK, in all'the different BRANCHES, aiibl that'tbe same
will be disposed of at hi* old "MOTTO," ''LARGE SALES ?ud SMALL PROFITS."
??.??? . i'i ?ao9 VUi?t Sili
I am also receiving now aud have in Store, tho following popular J5RANDS of
Manures: ' ? "' * ' ?p' ,rtr
ETI WAN GUANO, ATLANTIC FERTTpLgE^'.,^ TaTW^Wj ACIt),
KAMIT or T?TA8II ?..\LX' ' ? / i |?;
,'hich will he uold at LOWEST PRICKS. . . ^_? 1
I have alfio beon appointed -AGENT; for ?? n : H lit ni l*uL
B. P. Avery's & Sons,.
(Tbc LARGEST PLOW ami WAGON M AN?lPA<bT?RY iQ the
World) and have received a lot of their ONE, TWO and THREE HORSE WAjGONS,
also PLOWS. Give nie a call and see lor yourselves.
GEO. H. COU1VELSOX.
AT THE _ ,,,?? ,*,'<'io>f
Is prepared to serve hi.s many customers_durinj? tTiis' Vear,'aVm tho
1 . ,;i 5 I l> 'Oil 1^10 11 ?I.ITivU
At the ij iVirol? Luit ud'v ?VuII
LOWEST POSSIBLE PETCPK
We 1 mvo on bnnd a'Ltirgc and well Assorted I iM ? !:? j ?'.
S T OCR OF 'GO 'QM'&l
With Polite and Experienced fJLER ICS to show^nenf.**** b"*
I'nm making nre.na.ralinna.tr> haudleiall o& the/J3est^GhssAbs c?T
I respectfully ask the continuance of the Libotal'Patronage so^ gene
rously bestowed in the past. .
? jfi ? j j,? tui> viov ' jjiiiviviA
S&" Bigu'es? Mm kit Price paid for all ( uhtrv Produce. . !, y
J. C. P I K B
A 7/ .yaH
.>U ol t-.JUVf
Come ! Come !! Come 1.1.! Come!!!!
Ye men a d maidens great nnd small, ; , I
Tho voting, the old, lac gay and all
To WALKER'S GROCERY repair, .
And get nl you wish fur, there. ,;1'
His TEA and COFFEE can't be beat, ? ? 1
His SUC;AR is sineerelv sweet,
His BACON and his HAMS are nice,
And *old always at the LOWESTiPRECEj
No other kind vou'll ever chew,
If bis TOBACCO meets your view, ? ?
A lid all will- bless their happy ttarj, * .tl '?>fto ?d I
Who chance to snioak his line SEGAU5. . j. i auir.?ttA
And if you'd feel his sovereign power i 4 ) ?.
Just try bis jiew delightful FLOUR. u .
Since he a GROCERY has begun,
His GOODS are all'A NUMBER ONE,
Then toll it W the'voting ami old A
Ho will nbt eVr be UNDER SOL'Dl' . ul] " ',""t * .
Stay not to hear some4boastful. tAtker,
But call and get y\>ur GOODS from WALKER'
Wait not until you all get poorer, ui<M r ' '-i doll! ?
Come und be served by AB L. MOORERj )fl
\Y ho. to his cordial country frieuds, . ^,LI
A GENERA L invitation sends, , ,i
And WARREN GARDNER too, solicits
Your kind attention ami your visits, * .
And A. B. WALKER boss of all,
fcigos his greeting to the call. - aual - ?> ?0(H
C hampion ^^^^^^^^S^^22iBSw
The Gullet Gin Brauch:Wt?
..'?I .ATTO. UST A. OA. '?mi'
0. M. STONE & CO, GENERAL AGENTS.
ivv '.v i'... ' '? i.ii.p-'.'}?,';
Te supplv tho increased demand for, the IMPIvQYED G^LLETT
GIN. GIN FEEDER and CONDENSER, Branch Works ha^e^beea
established in Augusta, orders,will be filled promptly and satisfaction
guaranteed to purchasers. " ?
Gins Repaired by skilled Workmen. [ab i?U/3?.
We have Tcetimoninls from Cotton Dealers-in every Section yhick
prove the Superiority of the Gullett Gin over all others;'1 ' : 9 "
We are Agents for BIG KID S'fEAM ENGINE, Mounted or
Stationer, with either Vertical or Horizontal Boiler, Economizer;Engines,
Screw nnd Lover Cotton Presses, Saw and Grist Mdlls, Buftblo gca^ea, ?pc.
Write for Circulars and Price List. '?' ' ' ";.
Address O ]S? STOISTIi}'' & ' ??U"<;\?
feb 21 ;Cot?ou Facsora, Pogosta; IGa,
J ui\Wr fc'.MI'JlO?!
;> i Ss!(|irtO ?
jl I } ??Sil
IT IS TRUE t
That Im selling the PUREST and FINEST GRADES of,
For LESS MONEY than any other Store in Towp.I U U ? ol bei I
1 keep a large nssortinent of ('HEWING amP SOKIMQ TOBAC
COS including the Only GENUINE DURHAM Sraokutg ?Tobaac?' -soiain
this Market, and tho * OLD LOG CABIN," whioh is the Finest I Braudof
Chewing Tobacco evor Manufactured. Also a fine assq^meu^e^ipH-OlGF
CIGARS, including the celebrated ?0O> tne fittest 5 ccut Cigar ovei| sold
THE GROCERY DEPAW^^ErCE .
Is crowded with choice' fresh' GCOOS, which J^am ielllbg ai-Incredible
LOW PRICES. A Speciality made in EPOJHl, witich,in: ita wnita
ness and excellence cannot be surpassed^ ? mida eJid// ?vJ ,ri^- r.!>
All that is necessary to prove tho truth of th?;a1&oveiWtetliifttt'fr te
call and examii j for yourselves. ! .; (to HnO .ootio )R ?^uon ? od\
James Van^fl^^.^1. "doj
sept 20 1878.?mar 10 ? ? ' . ?^ At ^MKPsJ<W,S??K ^