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OVER THE SKA.
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*.My arm is well now, I must be idle
no longer. J will lmver earn the
thousand t haters, whtofi l$Yrt requir
??il to have, it' I t'eiltnin hero. These
weeks luive passed so pleasantly, it
will Ik! bard lor me to tear myself
?I cannot let you go just now, Gus
tave, you are not quite st rong enough.1
You know not bow sad I am, when
you are away.'
*1 will he stMTA' to UstVt* j'Oll, but it
must bp so; perhaps I innV go nest
"Will yoti promise liio never to at
tempt Ith?* capture of tbe robber Chief
"I will not for the present, but it
circumstances should throw him in
my way, 1 do not know what I may do.
1 will not attempt it with so few
'Whore do you think you w ill go
'Oh! no, von surely will not go ho
'Yes, 1 have made up my mind,
and I will go. You must not grieve
'How can I help itY
?You must be courageous like
Katrina; she would not make her
eyes red, nor lose a night's rest for
'1 will try to be brave, but I will
think of you constantly. When the
rays of the morning sun light up the
cast, I will think of you, and while
my hands are busy with the home
work, my thoughts will go, over the
sea, to where you maybe. When we
sit at the mid-day meal, how can I do
otherwise, than think of you,when
I sei* the vacant scat, which you have
occupied. When on bonded knees.
1 invoke God's blessing and protec
tion, you shall he the first in my
prayers. Will you think of me ill the
.same way (> ustaveV1
?< ort ti inly, my ( hristiue will never
be out of my t boughts.'
?llow do you know, you will suc
ceed any better in America, than you
did in the Black Forrest V'
?It is a broad country, with plenty
of work for honest, and industrious
'You will be all alone, with no
friend to greet you on your arrival.'
'1 will make friends, and in time, 1
may like that land, almost as well as.
'1 would not have you forged old
friends, and your nut ivc land. You
will sometimes think of the sparkling
waters of the Neckar; of its sloping
banks, and beautiful shrubs: ol'the
limh n-i. under whoso shade wo have
so often wandered, and the bridge,
where wo have sat and watched the
day light fade. In that strange land
you will have no pastor to guide you,
ami it would grieve inc. to have you
stray from the pure evangelical doe
t l ines of our church.'
'('hristiue. did yon ever know a
Gorman to forget the fatherland, or
forsake the faith of his ancestors?
Will I not have the same (Jod to
Watch over mo there as here, and arc
there not churches, and pastors in
t hat country?'
"You speak truly Gustave, I am
only a simple maiden, ami do not
look on the bright side of things as
you do. Will you have to pass
through the lotest when you go?'
?No. 1 will go to ('arlsruhe.'
?Then yon will lake my greeting,
to my cousin .Marie, who lives in that
?Ilow will I lind her?'
'liy the stork's nest on the top of
her house. My mother says, the
stork always brings good luck, to the
family, who dwell in the house, where
it builds its nest, and I think it must
be so. for my L'nelo is rich, and
?Marie had no trouble when her lover
came. She is married now. and very ,
happy. 1 wish. :i stork had built its
nest on your father's house, (i us.
?Our house was too humble for a
Morl? to notice. With the help of
God, I expect to become rich, by my
own exertions. I must lind your
father, and tell him of my plans.'
11 err Krlich. approved of G nstn vo'.s
resolution, lie had no doubt of his
success. 'If I wore younger, 1 would
go myself.' he said.
The necessary preparations were
made, and t he hour lor parting came,
t 'hristiue wept, the mother uttered a j
prayer, ami the light-hearted Katri
na. tried in vain, to restrain her tears,
when Gustavo pressed her band, and j
bid her "keep ( hristiue from pining.'
The time passed slowly. At the
expiration of two months there cnine i
n letter. Gustave was in New York,
but did not intend to remain, he pre
Jen cd going west.
Then there was a long interval In -
fore the reception of another let tor.
He had obtained employment in
Ohio, and wrote in glowing terms, of
tin- country and the people, but he
did not forgot t he lilt lc town on the
Neckar, where dwelt the one lie loved
best in all the world.
( hristiue tried to ho cheerful, und
in ii measure, succeeded. When the
anniversary of his birth came, she
said, 'this is G usl a vo'.s birthday; lie
w ill not !??? here Io partake of t he fruit,
of his favorit tree, sol will scud him
it garland of the blooms.'
I low will you send I hem?' asked
K m< rum.
'Come with me, mid you will so?.'
The tnahlcns knelt on the river's
hank, and placing the garland on the 1
water. Christine said, 'receive my
(lowers clear Neckar, ami take them
on to the Uhine, ami hid thai beaut i
I'ul river, bear them oh its bosom, un
til the gentle winds shall waft them
to my lover, over the sea.'
The maidens watched the llowcrs,
until they Hunted out of sight.
'What a beautiful ceremony!
Where did you learn it Christine?'
d'roin my own heart. It is love
offering, which 1 will make1 every
year, until Gustave returns to his
?The sea is so broad, t he Mowers
will not reach the other side, ami
(iiistavc will never know yon sent
'He will know w hen I write him all
about it, and he will be just as much
pleased as if he had received the
'I wish I had a lover over the sea,
that 1 might send him a gar hind too.'
'Oh! Katriua. you know not, what
you wish implies. Would you have
sad days. and sleepless nights?
Would you have darkness within,
while the sun shines bright without?
Would you envy the birds, when you
hear them singing to their notes, ami
your loved one is far away?"
'No, I would have none of these
things. If having a lover would
luing siodi gloom, I would rather
*Vou have a lover Kilt rinn, but
your willfulness, keeps him at n dis
tame. I would plead for him. Will
you not treat him more kindly?1
'1 know you rider to Wilhelm. I
am not unkind to him: and I assure
you. he has never spoken a word of
love to me.'
'That is because you will not allow
him. You sire a I ways jesting; never
serious with him.'
1 think move of Wilhelm, t ha*i I
do of any young mnn in the town, nut
he is too timid, he should he more
?When he asks to take you to the
fair, you will not refuse Katriua: go
with Iiiin. and make him happy.'
?Will yon go too Christine?'
'Yes, 1 will go with my father, and
I may dance too. just to please him,
luit my thoughts will be with (ttts
A year passed, und i hen allot her.
with very little change to the inhabi
tants of Mrurispaeh. Then came t he
betrothal, ami afterwards the mar
riage of Wilhelm and Katriua.
I to at: coxtixcki?. ]
A RARE CHANCE
TO ITlOCCltE A
The mulct signed respectfully inform* the
public that ho ha- made arrangements to
* WESTERN MA UK I.TS
the lirst of next month for the purpose of
purchasing stock for (he Fall irtide, ami
will receive order.- from any our who de
sires to procure horses or mules of particu
lars grades and qualities In making these
selections 1 guarantee perfect satisfaction.
Four hvad on hand at cost
July 2 ISM) If
S-AIl STABLES I
The mulct signed would rc*)HTlfully in
form the citizens of ibis ami adjoining
Counties that ho will furnish, on the nm.?i
die best of VchioW am! Harness or Saddle
Horses, well broken nyd warren I eil lo l><
?Suite. Drive rs.
Also nbvavs on hand ami for-ale LOW
HOW N, well broken
KOIKES & MTI.IS.
M Y OMNI HI'S Will continue
lo mi el evei v train
Tone <*n die sln'rlist notice by careful and
ini.-iv hands. (Jive me a trial
W. M. SAIN,
At the Old Stand.
HE BEST VEQE7ADLE UEDICttTE ?AJ5H
Thn most e??ri/iln ntmllclnn
ill tllnnns?8 of tii?< lilooU.silcl i
-it.-, ItliouiniulHMi, salt lllifiuin,
Clint?)>'", M'-ii. Cm.rs, Horois
Hough skin, Swollen Jidntri
Tim most rellnliln MVEItCOHUF.OT
on, win care Chronic Const t|mtlo?,
lion lie-tin, Depression, linllO'sllov,
"y iMjjwla, Heartburn, IjiUKtiMttcHa,
Tlift most complelo Klilnoy J|k?ellle.
ruros Dtahotos, Kxcosb ot Urine, reten
tion of UTIiio, Mijtil Sweats, VtiIns lit
tlio Orolo, fcc. _
Aro you a Sufferer 7
If hitry imo Imttlo ot tllNRVnl liable
no--II' in", .in.i ni \ relief, no liuml>iiR
.-ry, no ileecptl.in, niiulo nv re*?i>o?
slble imriles from ?Iritis-? Ihm hatte
boon known for years t.ir r>i-t t'fiy
slclnttfl as ttpocltlcti l^r any ul above
All Druggist* tell it. Triro 11 011 Celtic
THE BROWN CHEMICAL CO.
2>j S. Sharp St., Dalttntorc. M.t.
^^ai^lrrlr^T'nnT'MrrM*?^'?l?' ? ?
c i O O ID iNT P] W 3 !
ICE CREAM AND REFRESHMENT SAtOON!
Slop iiimI refresh your?elf, and then enrrv hoiiiu lionu' in a neat little patent Ice
(.'roam bag, lor your W ifc, SUlers, Cousins ami Aunt*, and Sweetheart included.
OE?2TCEB17HC ICE HOUSE*
Ice for sab-in .any quantity. Send Rope or bag to save expenses.
I Ulli still keeping the finest assortment of
CONFJ^C T ONA-RIISS,
Oranges. Lemons,and Nuts ?f all deseripi ions, cheaper than any where eine.
Something ITew in Ho"u.sels:eepxx..g
Dcniraicd Cocoon, also fresh Raisins, Currants, Citron. Canned Goods, Pine Cigar*,
and Smoker's Articles. Call once and you ,vtll call again.
lAt Briggmnnn'a Old Stand,
. ALBRECHT, AGT.
ONE DOOR WEST OF
W M M SAIN
licspret fully informs llic PUBLIC in general, th it he has opened a
Which be will hoop SUITLIKD with the IJKST GOODS that can be had
in the United Fttites. All of which I propose to sell at the LOWEST
l'C?S I I LK l'RK KS, and gtmiantcc satis lad ion to all who favors me with
their patronage. a pi '.), 188 )?6m
KEROSENE STOVES! KEROSENE STOVES !!
The Cndersiencd would ? all the attention ef the Ladies of Ornngcbiirg and Vicinitv
to his j< BH( >x ION I: ST( )V KS
Kvery housekeeper feels the want ol something that will Cook the daily food, which
will do away with the excessive heat for die Summer Months, of a Cook Stove. Von
wish to I'.eor.OIII IHC ! It costs \oii less liy one half as milch to Cook your food with
a Kerosine Stove as it doe* by a wood lire, and again, where Ladies are compelled to do
so much of the cooking themselves to get anything fu to cat, also m avoid the great
trouble wi have with -crvanis. Kerosine Stoves "re jusl i lie thing, especially for -mall
families. They will Cook, I'oil, Fry, and >l" anything thai a Cook Stove w ill do. Am
Lady can t ook on them all d iv without staling her Culls. One trial will convince the
TO THE PUBLIC) IX GENERAL.
Always on hand. Cook Stoves from llie I'csl .1/aimfactiirers only, Wood and Willow
Ware, Lamps and Crockery, and by far the largest and best stock of 'Fill WuPO ami
House Furnishing tionds in Oraiigebuni County. All of which will he sold low for
cash. Call and see for voillselvt -,.
Win. AV LLLCOCK.
N. 11.?Roofing, Guttering and Repairing done an usual, The only tight Tin Hoofs
in Orangcburg are those I put on. \\'. \V.
mar Jfti 1 ??>><> I y
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
Capital represented over
in Sound and Reliable Companies, viz:
I iveipool a" London a" Glohe, Georgia Home. Fire Association, St. Faul
Fire a' Marine, Continental of VYw Votk, Petershurg Savings and
Most ol lhe.-c Companies have m^S Lo*?es in this Town and County, and have paid
tlicin proinpllv and faiily, Ooin'l r'-k your property witliout Insurance, it i- money
well spent. The following Letter speaks for itself.
ORANGKliFliO, S. c., February L'.tli, SSS0.
.1//; KiIiK nonrxsox, i.\st:i:.t.vfE agra'T:
I>i:ak Stit?I lake pleasure in reeoiunu ncling your Fire Insurance Agency pi the
Citizens ol Orangehurg County .-r Promptness and Fair OcaUiig; and at the -am.- time,
aeknowlcdging do- reecipt of Seven lluodrcd and Sixty l'ollar- from iInc Liver|Nio| .s.
London ?V (?lobe Insurance Company, paid to me lids dav. for damages caused to my
hou-e, in the Town ol Orangchmg, s, t'.. \t\ lire, which occurred on the lIOlli January,
I-SC. This is the winde niiioimi claimed by me, and is paid by your Company without
dispute as to the claim. Your very truly, 1 >. LOl.'lS,
Thanking the public foi pas' pnlroiiagc, I would respect fully soli eil a continuance
of the .-.inn1, and < an assure liaise who favor me with lbeii Insurance,that I will alw;n ?
oller I hem safe and reliable Companies.
K I IMC ROlilXSOX,
Insurance Agon', ami Ageiit lor the Farmers Aid Association.
< '(insisting of
1'l.oW STOCKS, PLOWS, IloF.s. SIIOVKLS, SpADKS, Sic.
And a complete Slock of
TT A T> TM^r A T")T7 pistols, citlf.ry. powdkr
JtlAlvJ M A l\ Ii, *"<>*\ caps, CAIMT.IDOKS, ftc.
l*i>" All of the iibcve tiOOOS will be sohl at <>LD PRICKS notwithstanding the
recent Al'VANCE on all articles in the aiiovr line.
The Light Punning Rtinington Sewig Machine
The ItKST and the tTI K.\PKST Sewing Machine manufactured.
11Ol>JI i I'illfX of all kinds in my line done at the shortest possible notice.
jan If.; 1S80. 1'. G. CANNON.
H. S. RENNEKER,
COKXEK lU SSF.l.L a- broughton sts.,
Will keep constantly on hand the following goods:
('olfces Ihieon, aimed Salmon,
T-ats, Strips, " I .?Ilsters,
Sugars, I lams, " Mackerel,
Flour, 1 id. " Oysters,
Grist, llutter, " Tomatoes,
Meal, Soap, " Green I'ens,
lliee, Starch, " Corn Heel',
All of the above articles 1 guarantee lobe FRESH, and will soil them
vs LOW as the LOWEST loi the ei.sh. Call ami examine my Stock ami
prices liefert* you purcluwe.
Always keep on band a lull supply of
LI QUO US, WIN KS" A NO CIO ARS.
The Celebrated "Oakley Bitters."
Persons who aresuHering from Indigestion ami who arc liable to Chill,
and Fever, Dyspt ps-in, and nil the attendant evils of a Deranged Summed
will find a cei lain and speedy remedy in the use of the above Tonic.
?w..y Aget f u the '?pi:RH;(TIt?X W1XDOW CI.KAXUK.";
GO. H. CORNELSON
The UNDERSIGNED would rrnpc-.tfully inform the PUBLIC thathois every day
T<> Li? alrendv LAROE STOCK, in all (lie different BRANCHES, and that die Panic
will lie disposed of at luHold;?MOTTO," "LAKCiE SALKS and SMALL PROFITS."
I am also receiving now ami have in Store, die fallowing popular BRANDS of
ETI WAN ?l'AXO, ATLANTIC FERTILIZER, ATLANTIC ACID,
K AM IT or POTASH SALT'
Wliieli will Im! noli] at LOWEST PRICKS.
1 have also been appointed .IOKNT for
i?. F. Avery's & Sons, Louisville, Ky.
(The LARGEST PLOW nun WAGON 31 \ NITFACTORY i? the
World) nnd have received a lot t.f rhcir ONK, tfWO ami TI1KKE HORSE WAGONS,
also PLOWS, (iive me a call and ?<ev lor vourselve*.
GE?i II. CORNELSOy.
J. G. PIKE
SAME OLD STAND
Is prtpnied to i-crve his ninny customers during this fear, as in the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
Wc I ;ive on hand nfLr.rge nnd well Assorted
8 T O CK O F G 0 0 D S
With Polite and Experienced C* 1*1*2 B? ICS to show them.
i ;im making preparations to haudle]a;l of the. Best Grades of
PHOSPHAETS AND ACIDS.
I respectfully ask the continuance of the Lihetal Patronage SO gene
rously bestowed in the past.
lligl.cn Murk.-t Price paid for all runtry Produce.
J. C. PIKE
Come ! Come !! Come !!! Come !!!!
Ye men n ?1 maidens great and small,
'J he voting, I he old. tko guv and ??//
To WALKERS GROCERY repair,
And get al ymi wisli for, there.
His TEA and COFFEE can t be beat,
Iii.- SUGAR is sincerely sweet,
Hi.- BACON and his HA MS an* nice,
And ,.dd always at the LOWES!' PRICE,
No other kind you'll ever ch?*w,
ll hi- TOP.At CO meets your view,
And nil will Ideas their happy Mar*.
Who chance to smoak his Hue SEAj \ US.
And if you'd bei his sovereign power
Just try hi.- new delightful FLOUR.
Since he a GROCERY has heojun.
Hi, HOODS are all A NUMB Ell ONE,
Then tell it to the voting and old
He will not eVr be UN I)Ell SOLD.
Stay not to hear some boastful talker,
But call and get your GOODS from WALKER
Wait not until von all get po trcr.
Come and be served Ity Ali L. MOO II EM,
N\ ho. to his cordial country friends,
A GENERAL invitation sends.
Ami WARBEN G A It I) NEU too. solicits
Your kind attention and your visits,
And A. B. WALKER boss ot nil,
i-ign.s his greeting to the call.
.A. 1* WALKER
?Champion (? ro<cer ot* Modern Tiniest.
The Gullet Gin Branch Factory,
.ATTCJ ust A. !GA.
0. M. STONE & CO., GENERAL AGENTS.
To supply the incrensod demand for the IMPROVED GITLLE'CT
CIN. GIN FEEDER ami CON DENSER, Brauch Works have been
established in Augusta, orders will he tilled promptly and satisfaction
guaranteed to purchasers.
Iiins Repaired by skilled Workmen.
Wo have TVetirrionials from Cotton Dealers in every .Section which
prove the Superiority of the Gulh-tt Gin over all others.
We are Agent* for BIGE f* ) STEAM ENGINE, Mounted or
Statuier, with either Vertical or Horizontal lloiler. Economizer Engines,
Screw :o.d Lc\cr Cotton Presses, Saw and Grist Mills, Buftbln Scales, Ac.
Wiite lor Circulars and Prico List.
Addrc.-s o M ston,!?; <t co
feb "-1 ,t olfOii Fncsors, Augusta, Gn.
IT IS TRUE!
That Im selling the PUP.E3T and FINEST GRADES of
For LESS MONEY than nny other Store in Town.
I keep a large nssortmen- of CJIIK WING and SOKIMG TO ft AC-?
( OS including the only GENUINE DURHAM Smoking Tobacco sohlin
this Market, and the 'OLD LOG CABIN," which is the Finest Brand r?i
Chew tug Tobacco ever Manufactured . Also a line assortment ol CHOICE
CIG AJ-S, including (lie celebrated QiOOtthe finest ? cent Cigar ever sohl
THE GROCERY DEPARTMENT
Is crowded with choice fresh GCOD*. which I nm selling nt incredible
LOW PRICKS. A Speciality made in FLOUR, which, in its white*
II ess nnd excellence cannot ho surpassed.
All that is necessary to prove the truth of the above statement is t")
call and examine for yourselves.
James Van Tassel, Agt.
sept 20 1878.?-mar Hi At Mullcr'd Old Stand.