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11V iiotm ooodi.ev,
,i^':i '"ffl i|??rJ(Oy lit v; Ivt'it ') f
*l ? 11 * * 1*1 *J < Ii L '* * > ? / i|
( IIAITKU TV.
?IHm'i. make loo lint; a huly of tho
iId. fciaid . furnier Melton. to Ids
.,>y)f-a3V^r?K htr '. to hy.uisotu}.' I
ink w ?? < Ugli'l to send Ihm- to school.'
SSho ibis born to he u huly,' ro
iud N-h>. Moltoiij 'ap there is lio
u d for nie to Ery '<> make her one.
i needs frosjj air and exercise,
^?v.i thiir. books, just, at thio time,.
. fltpV /iVlnle we will send her, and
J on certain, learning will be no
treble lo iter.'
'i:ee - o'.inhod come and the
. I put on the dress pf.groeii,
'?.. ui.ie would wander through the
dud lanj s. a'ud pluck the wild
vers or listen to the warbling of
(A%o birds; her own voice, rivaling
tttsp.hgs, She wjisa happy child,
? - 'e so, by tho kindness nflhe
" - w ho had 'inken her to their
: roe, ami hestowetl so much love
litul aiieeii?u lipon her.
passed, tth'tl Nannie was at
. . ' with the roses ofltcal.ttt bloora
i hot cheeks. Bach season had
i ? s, and she enjoyed them
lodguhi. Thus, between study
'. ??? ore:t'.it?:i. t In-vo:i i s passed.
wits, invitecl to an entortaiii
? tit soiiie distance from her
Daniel .Mi lton was to lake
! -1;: e a.h.d take goorl care of
unity said Iiis mot her, as be drove
! were quite n number ofyoting
I'lnbled, among them, a
ilomnn from Philadelphia^ who
; au introduction to Nannie.
i \' day, Mrs. .Melton made
iri< 'aboul the evening's enjoy
L i LiiVe-tii.'
.dl. mother/ Da t\ieT,'J tried
; e care bl jflinniej but. us soon
arrived htth'e'lloUse, her young
f?l IViAnds took possession* of h^r,
? ?? - ;;. soon shfc had so many beaux,
rt ivttteh at a distance/
I I Infidel, don't talk about the
having beaux! you forget she
l Ik- sixtehu n ii til next month/
' - MeltCn could not realize that
. u as hb id.ngcr lite Utile cljild
idypcited and Caressed^ for so
i . inol (lev,1 said Daniel,'I-know
i' very yotlltg, but her beauty.
? ? idle manhersj 'will gain for her,
ts v aeurr-m-s. She seemed to make
ression on the strangely whp
si lit, and she receivipd Ids at
, with "the ease and grace, of
t :: 1 .;: torn lady.'
n usl beg'V?yi tbsriy nothing of
?lisense i?> Nannie, I want to
?i cliltrl as lo.llg US possible,
is the Ptraiigo gentleman you
m ?i mt?? #?' . ??<
is :i .Mi*. Oakley, and is boanl
m ?:. 1 kirne?/, lie toUl me,
? ? recent ly gracbtateil atcollege,
vnlitecj tp lind some qniei place
lie Coulp remit lit H month or
. . b: foro cbinmehcing fhe stufjy. of
11? U ab inttch pleased with
ighhorho?tV, thai he has writ
; fi iend to jbi m him. He is so
iihly und iigreeiibl^ that I
i.. . ? ., ritetl him to vi.sii us/
? ?: .sorry you did." said his moth
er A.timie. is ioo young to hnyc
: Iii \ isitihg the bouse.'
. rill be my visitor, mother, rind
, ? ' ? s;! I not be/surprised, if Nri,n
flie .-iiLrrieiion,' s:,i<l .Mr.
? . ..i/i.-. smiling* , .
. tii tight, niother was always
weh onio a stranger/ said
.:.! ! a hi surprised' i lint she
"? ? .e this one.'. . ' ?.
d ?t objecl Lo.his visitiiig here,
. on ? in prevent bis becoiiiiiig ac
i . np.it y. it h pTannie/
into nUdjiici', they are ul
- ? ? ;fii rpinintcd. niuMdinVe iin idea,
Hiiriy ore Ibfer^sted in each
Mi ? ;/:/ y tiiti not allow many
I \ i lo , up , befbi'o bo juesonted hini
Ihe Melton farm. Ofoouvse '
he "v. >,;iiii:ie, \\ >v she was sittiug
j ; -h ivliere be came.
: j ?! in .Mis. .Melton's naliire
? . . ii. hospitable, ami Daniel was
i he incited .Mr. Oakley
ten, which iu\itatiou life.'
' ? pfi ifli" :il ho-it.-ilIon.
\ I ii followed, and Iben
IIT.??K-1 i:.:il he bct uine :i IVetpiOllI
?;u eil .K "asior. bo >,:ii.! to Nannie.
? uns, vour'tuet? i':iinihir to
1 |( '.: ?:;. 1 CiiUU'd. 1 hink, who \ oil
...... i ,? 1 .x])cct, iny t&eli'd IliirrS
, 1 , a lew day *, rin/1 pet
i may hjcilp nie to dec'nle.
; ? fitvj><-iii -a tliU'ht i^es. ni
i..i*r. *ItIjj-,-.*-/jiiiii. *- i~_?
? . . I'tikley - ->'u\ iibthing to his
f;??>???? . ' !-'!i\d to * he fancied rcsein j
it when be inlrodui'-'d him lo j
!\'iil .e.. i.i' j??' i<iby 'i look of surprise !
t .. [im l ilniuu.Hiiee. W hen the>
? ? > ,.k;i , Mr. Oifkh y asked, -wlio '
I Adam's resemble 11 any?.1 '
? \ . lib is tho iibagd of my !
f lie . i. i1 j3jlA)' Shell u l esciii
ol h i h?V.T<sti'niigers/
\ ? t.i. .'ire rlu'lit. your mother is
tho '' - - ?' le- 'Muhles/
: ? hry her did, years
af . . i .. . i. die lost her two daughters.
. ijjjj t M a^.i'ey.- iPMiths ftndj??^
, . . diowi.id. M<dl.or has
. I ?/. ',...?.<//';;,. reeOVCi ep1 fi otil (lie
?> 1':: . v ,?.?<?'?. ? .'? ' "
? ..? i.tocpino In tter<ucqunitit?d
M i ... ..\..l;iius.' ho eon tin ue'd. M
. . i I: * . ? kriciw bor history.''
?? 1 mi- v ill think you verv
taid Mi. ?ttkiev/
41 do not wish to interfere with you,
if you have any serious intentions
that way, I am only interested in the
young- lady, and will lose no oppor
tunity, to cultivate her 'friendship.'
The two friends continued their
visits, and When' an opportunity, otter
ed, Harry C??rtllUKl asked Nannie,
?ifshe had always lived on the farm.'
'I came .here,' she replied, 'soon
after mother's death. 1 was not
eight years old at the time.''
'Then you renu mber your motherr'
'Where did you live before you
'I lived in Boston.'
Vl hope you will not think me im
pertinent Miss Adams, but you look
so much like my mother, I thought,
we might possibly be relatiy.es.'
'I am not aware, that 1 have a re
lative, in the world,' said Nannie.
'.My father died before 1 can remem
ber, but I have his likeness, and you
are as much like it, to lie bis son.'
'That is a strange coincidence,
that we both should fancy, a resem
blance in ca b other. As we cannot
be rohitives, let US be friends,' he
said, extending his hand. As she
placed bur hand in his, Albert Oak
lev, entered the room.
'1 will bid you good evening Miss
Adams,' he said, "and 1 may not see
you again, before I.leave.'
She looked at him in surprise, 'I
thought you intended to remain a
d may leave in a few (lays, or per
'What has caused this stuhlen
change in your arrangements?1 ask
ed Harry, but Albert walked out of
the room without answering.
Nannie looked distressed.
'I will get him to change his mind,'
Harry said, 'for he thought he under
stood the motive for his hastening
'Albeit, do you really intend to
'I told you I would, and I usually
keep my word.'
'Well, you will do no such thing,'
'What do you mean?'
'I mean that you have acted very
foolishly, and you owe Miss Adams,
an apology for your petulance, and
to prove how unreasonably your
jealousy is, 1 will repeat every word
of our conversation. Our friendship
must not be broken, from so slight a
The explanation was.satisfactory,
and the next day he called on Nannie,
and notwithstanding her youth, and
Mrs. Melton's wattdifulness, he told
the tale of his love, and obtained, her
piuini.-e to be his. when he bad com
pleted his studhs. and had an estab
pro UK coxTixi'i; u. J
The nndoisjgiicd would respectfully in.
form the citizens of this and adjoining
Counties that ho will furnish, on the mo?t
the host of Vehicles and Harness or Saddle
Horses, well Jlrokcn and wat rented tobe
Also alwnvs on hand and for sale LOW
horses & mmw.
TVIV OMNIBUS will continue
to meet cvciy train
Don, n il Cfh< rti.-t notice by careful and
tit. :y hauls. Give nie a trial
W. M. SAIN,
At the Ohl Stand.
r..l J VSOS^ABW U3DICI1IB MADE.
Ttio most eijrtaln medicluo to citiw
li -i' csof tin, l loixi, suet, is SckJ*
>i i into or.atlam, salt Khouin.Tctnar.
. u: I i..'!i. (Jam-i.-rs, bores, Abcem
ll.vigti iik\a\ Swollen JuiuU, 6y\)M
\i j The. n'i?at nllnMo I.IV KR OOBUECT
ton, will euro Chronic. Constipation,
\ Ml'tit'lael^ Onproaalon, I o<i Ic-Htlorr,
* I n/siicjisia, ndfcrttiurn, LaiigutUtraatt
l I'liij most complete Fiilnoy ^pocltlo,
C'lliiM l.'tul'Ole.i, Kxcess of Urine, retell
? t'^a of Vrlno, Night Bweuta, I'alua In
the Orpin, ftp) _
A=-o you a Sufferer?
IfBOj Iry i.no Isilllo ot Oils Valuable
nioJtf'.no, :m i jroi relief, no mimhnn
iry, iio .i' l l j.ii,mi. iiiaiIo by reapo?
stole, i trilc"* frohi ilriijta that loiw
Ijtihii known for yours m our nt-M 1'njr
i ?! laus as ?pocltlca tor any ot above
jc-tl Ulsi ase*7 ?_
? 'it " ? -~ww?b II ?HMnrnCTMa
p iTHS BROOT CHEftltCRL CO.
'\. E ? s3 3> Sharp St., Baltimore. Md. >
fcj! SOLE PROPRIETOR!}
inn v V2 ly
MVEKLY IS Ol .S .V..
A firabclaaa Hotel, located in the very
In ni t of Charleston's Fatihipnablq Promcn
rtdej King street, neat ly opposite the Thea
trC. and n?nycli etil to bnsinen. Terms
?L' per day. ? ,;. . v ,
. 01*0. W. SCL/.I VAX, Prop. id.a .
V. Ib Neville, Superintendent.
r-7 XV? |rli?-i ttl tn?7. - '. ,, l .? .?,
v^x t'J.rAov^r louint'Sf Noveltli-i
\g i- ?.Ii i.il. Ho.riuppl}Co NmIi*1II?,T?iiu
a o o r> news!
ICE CREAM AND REFRESHMENT SAJEtOONI
Stop and ? refresh yourself, and then carry sonic home in a neat little patent ice
Cream bag, for your NN ife, Sisters, Cousins ami Aunts, and Sweetheart included.
CiR&XTGEB'TJRC ICS HOUSE
Ice for sale in any quantity. Send Rope or I5ag to save expenses.
I am still keeping the finest assortment of
Oranges, Lemons,and Nuts of all descriptions, cheaper than anywhere cIhc.
Something XTera in Hoviselseep^g
Dcnicated Cocoon, also fresh Raisins, Currants, Citron, Canned Goods, Fine Cigars,
and Smoker's Articles. Call once and you will call again.
! At Briggmanirs Old Stand,
M. ALBRECHT, AGT.
ONE DOOR WEST OF
' W M M SAIN
Respectfully informs the PUBLIC in general, that ho has opened a
Which ho will keep SUPPLIED with the PEST GOODS that can ho had
in the United States. Allot' which I propose to Fell at the LOWEST
PQS.rI PLE PRICESj and guarantee satislaction to all who favors me with
their patronage. apl 9, 188)?6m
~~ ESTABLISHED 1858! ~
kerosene stoves! kerosene stoves!!
The Undersigned would call the attention cf the Ladies of Ornngeburg and Vicinity
Every housekeeper leels the want of something that will Cook the daily food, which
will do away with the excessive heat for the Summer Months, of a Cook Stove. You
wish to I'.coilOlll ise ! It costs yon less by one half as much to Cook your food with
a Kerosene Stove ;is it does by a wood tire, and again, where Ladies are compelled to do
so much of the cooking themselves to get anything fit to eat, also to avoid the great
trouble wc have with servants, Kerosene Stoves arc.just the thing, especially for small
Families. They will Cook? "oil, Fry, and do anything that a Cook Stove will do. Any
Lady can cook on them all diy without soiling her Cuffs. One trial will convince the
TO THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL.
Always on hand, Cjdfc Stoves from tlm Best Manufacturers only, Wood and Willow
Ware, Lamps and Croesery, and by far the largest and best slock of rP\n VV0.1*0 apd
House Furnishing Onods in. Orangehto n County. All of which will be .".old low for
cash. Call and see for yourselves.
N. Ii.?RonfinST, Guttering and Repairing done as usual, The only tight Tin Roofs
in Orangeburg are those I put on. Sv, Wi
mar 2d 1830 ly
EIEE INSURANCE AGENCY
Capital represented over
In Sound and Reliable Companies, viz :
I iver.pool & London & Globe, Georpia Home, Fire Association, St. Paul
Eire & Marine, Continental of Xcw York, Petersburg Savings and
Most of the.^o Companies have met Losses in this Town and County, and have paid
them promptly ami fairly. Doin't risk your property without Insurance, it is money
well spent. The following Lettorspeaks for itself.
OR ANGLBERG, S. C, February 13ih, 8SS0.
Mil KIRK ROIUNSON, INSURANCE AGENT:
Dkar Sin?I take pleasure in recommending your Fire Insurance Agency t? the
Citizens of Orang? burg County for Promptness and Fair Dealing; and at the same time,
acknowledging the receipt of Seven Hundred and Sixty Dollarn from the Liverpool St
London & Globe Insurance Company, paid to nie this day, for damages caused to my
house, in the Town of Orangehurg, S. C, by lire, which occurred on the 20th January,
Is80. This is the whole amount claimed by me, and is paid by your Company without
dispute as to the claim. Your: very truly, 1>, LOL'IS.
Thanking the public for past patronage, I would respect fully solicit a continuance
of the same, and Can assure those who favor me with their insurance, that I will always
offer them safe! mid reliable Companies.
Insurance A<ren', und Agent lor the Farmers Aul Association.
PLOW STOCKS, PLOWS, HOES, SHOVELS, SPADES, &c.
And a complete Stock of
GUNS, PISTOLS, CUTLERY, PONVDER
SHOT, CArs, CARTRIDGES, &c.
B?y All of the above GOODS wilf be ?dd at OLD PRICES notwithstanding tlw
recent APVANCE on all articles in the above line.
The Light Running Remington Sewig Machine
The BEST and the CHEAPEST Sewing Machine manufactured.
J^optxil'ill/r of all kinds in my line done at the shortest possible notice.
t?iw._P. G. CANNON.
H. S. RENNEKER,
CORNER RUSSELL & BROUGIJTON STS.,
Will keep constantly on hand tho following goods:
Cpjfecfl Bacon, anned Salmon,
T"as, Strips, " Lobsters,
Sugars, Hams, " Mackerel,
Flour, Lard, " Oysters,
Grist, Butter, " Tomatoes,
Meal, Soap, " Green Pens,
Bice, Starch, " Corn Beef,
AH of the above articles I gimranteo lobe FRESH, and will sell them
t?s LOW its the LOWEST for the cash. Call and examine my Stock and
prices before you purchase.
Always keep on hand a full supply of
L.IQUOHS, WINES'AND CIGARS. 1
The Celebrated "Oakley Bitters "
l'< irons uho arc sulJci ing from Indigestion and who arc liable to Chills
und; h'.'fA'.i r, 1 \>i t pHtt, Btid ell the uiicndnnt evibs of a Deranged Stomach
will find a c'eituin and speedy rotnedy in the use of the above Tonic.
^ Aget for the 1TERFE(T10'? WIXDOTV CT.EAXER.'\
TT. S. T^KTsTiS^TClilR.
THIS PAGtf CONTAINS FLAWS ?ND
DEFECTS WHICH MAY APPEAR ON THE FILM.
The UNDERSIGNED would respectfully inform the PUBLIC that he is every da/
To hin already LARGE STOCK, ih all the different BRANCHES, nnd that the Banns
will be disposed of at his old "MOTTO," ''LARGE SALES and SMALL PROFITS."
I am also receiving now and have in Store, the following popular BRANDS of
ETIWAN GUANO, ATLANTIC FERTILISER, ATLANTIC ACID,
KAM IT or POTASH SALT
Which will he uold at LOWEST PRICES,
I haVc also been appointed .4GENT for
B. F. Avery's & Sons, Louisville, Ky.
(The LARGEST PLOW and WAGON AlANIJPACTORY in. the
World) and have received a lot of their ONE, TWO and THREE IIOR8E WAGONS,
also PLOWS. Give me a call nnd see lor ycureelVea.
GEO. 13. CORNELSO^.
J. C. PIKE
SAME OLD STAND
Is prepared to serve his many customers during this year, as in thd
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
We have on hand n[Lnrgc nnd well Assorted
STOCK OF GOODS
With Polite and Experienced ClLEHtlCS to show" thcra.
I'am making preparations to handlejall df tho Beat Grades of
PHOSPHAETS AND ACIDS.
I respectfully ask the continuance of the Liberal Patronage aom gene
rously bestowed in the past*
Highest Markst Price paid for all <Untry Produce.
J. C. PIKE
Come! Come !! Come !!! Come !!!!
Yc men a d maidens great nnd small,
The young, the old, tV.c gav nnd all
To WALKER'S GROCERY repair,
And got al you vrish for, there.
His TEA and COFFEE can't be beat,
Hie SUGAR ia sincerely sweet,
His BACON and his HAMS are nice,
And sold always at the LOWES! PlltC??
No other kind vou'll ever chew,
If his TOBACCO meets your view,'
And all will bless their happy stars,
Wl 10 chance to smoak his hue SEGAttS.
And if you'd feel his sovereign power
Justtrv his new delightful FLOUR.
Since iie a GROCERY has begun.
Ills GOODS are till A NUMBER ONE",
Then tell it to the young and old
He will not eVr be" UNDER SOLD.
Stay not to hear some honstful talker,
But call aud get your GOODS from A^^IjKIQR
Wait not until you all get poorer,
Come and be served by AB L. MOORER,
Who. to his cordial country friends,
A GENERAL invitatipu tends,
And WAtlREN GARDNER too.sdllctta
Your kind attention and your visits,
And A. B. WALKER boss of all,
feigns his greeting to the call. *
.A- J3 WALKER
Champion Grocer of Modern Timen?
The Gullet Gin Branch Factory,
0. M. STONE & CO., GENERAL AGENTS.
Te supply the increased dpmand for the IMPROVED GULLETT
GIN. GIN FEEDER ahd CONDENSER, Brauch Works have been
established in Augusta, orders will bo filled promptly aud satisfaction
guaranteed to purchasers.
Gins Repaired by skilled Workmen.
Wo havo Testimonials from Cotton Dealers in every Section which
prove tho Superiority of the Gullett Gin over all others.
We are Ageuta for BPGELO STEAM ENGINE, Mounted or
Stationer, with either Vertical or Horizontal Boiler, Economizer Engines,
Screw and Lever Cotton Presses, Saw and Grist Mills, ButTolo Scales, &c.
Write for Circulars and Price List.
Address o m stoats & co
feb 21 ;CQtpm Pacsora, Augusta, Ga.
IT IS TRUE!
That Ira selling the PUREST aud FINEST GRADES of
For LESS MONEY than any other Store in Town.
1 keep a large assortment of CHEWING and SOKIMG TOBAC
COS including tho only GENUINE DURHAM Smoking Tobacco aoldin
this Market, and tho ' OLD LOG CABIN," which ia the Finest Brand ?f
Chewing Tobacco ever Manufactured. Also a fine assortment of CHOICE
CIGARS, including the celebrated Q,QO, the finest 5 cent Cigar ever sold
THE GROCERY DEPARTMENT
j- Is crowded with choice fresh GOODS, which I am selling at incredible
LOW PRICES. A Speciality made In Pi .OUR, which, in its whita
ness nnd excellence cannot be surpassed.
All that is necessary to prove tho truth of the above statement ia to
cnll and examine for yonrsolvea.
James Van Tassel, j&gi.
sept 20 1878.?mar 16 At Midler's Old Stand.