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Trickling through the rifted rooks,
Trickling djjwn tho hill,
Tinkling a sweat music-box,
Flows the little rill.
I nut w. '>i: tl i
Out upon its stony bed,
Down upon tho groen,
By some fniry finger fed
From o fairy scene,
i*Tf>}rt \m at? ?<. iv; !> pd
Now it creops beneath tho grass,
Obf it rings a merry chime.
As it,tips along:
Ripplo, dripplc, is the rhyme,
Many flowers deck its brink,
n Many alders shade;
Many oxen of it drink
Passing through the ghulc.
- IT h
Trickling the gifted rock,
Trickling down the hill.
Tinkling, u sweet music bor.
Flows tho little rill.
A High Toned Protest
j Tim Boston Journal thus discoursoth
on tho abovo subject. 'That indignation
meeting iu Cooper Institute, which was
bo industriously advertised aud loudly
heralded^aud-which was to give voice
to the protest of tho people, 'irrespect
ive jof'party,' agaiost tho Fedqraj inter
ference iu Louisiana, resulted pretty
much as might have been expected. On
ly two three reputable ltepublicans took
part iu it:-u /large .uucuhor of old Demo
cratic war horses were ranged ou the
platform, aud us lor tho audience, it
.was made up chiefly of tlic'grcit un
washed, who surged through tho hall
and drove the reporters from their .seats
clambered into fho~ organ loft, vented
their humoi in coarse jests, and yells,
and laughter, and iu^ appearanco and
bsariDg suggested a^Tammauy caucus.
August Bclmout's attempt to open tho
meeting vtas mci with laughter and
cries of'Turn lmu out.' Tho venera
pet. Bryaut'-was^ saluted with shouts
^Turn him out,' (Get out, Custom
'Teli him bo speak up
.Although the crowd was sin
is and good natured, con
was called as an 'indig
and dm ^jflM^ttj^^
^?rTuTjeers from the"floor. 1l* a n y t h i n g
wob needed to demonstrate tho flitusey
and artificial character of the Dmocra
tic uproar over this Lousiaus matter,
this so called iudigoation meeting would
servo the purpose very wall.
The troubles of Louisiana are of too
serious nature to be seized upon by dem
agogucB as a means of orcating capital
for a defunct party. Tho republicans
who are drawn into any such schincs
will fiud that they arc being mado the
tools of designing men; who caro less
jr thg cojyitry .thru thoy do for the
party to power.
lKTt is*tli78u^or every llcpubli
can to protest against what is wrong in
the Louisiana imbroglio, st is neither
patriotic nor is it the part of wisdom to
take action that will only contribute to
tho restoration of.a party that can only
hope for a new louse of life through the
bluadcrs of tho Bepublicaus,
A letter from Havana, dated tho 5th
infit.,*-says .the. Spaniards iu tho interior
toMto^'ora '?Jbmewhat enthusiastic over
tho accels16;n"'of Alfonso, but tho better
informed Spaniards in Havana believe
that ho .wilK be compelled.to abandon
Spain' before ? tho: mid of tho year. Tho
number of troops iu Cuba is barely suffi
insurgents from under
movement, of magnituto in
in tljo Cinco Villas, while the Central
Department ' belongs to the troops
whether Spanish or insurgent, who hap
pen to occupy nny particular place.
The New York Times, spooking of
Hie indignation meeting in that city,
Buys it'had been informed that on Sun
day John Kelly made arrangements fur
nt least two hundred and fifty men from
caclt Assembly district to bo Bent to
Coopor ItiBtituto, and from first to last
the meeting had been "engineered" by
tho, very Democrats who often figured
in on unfavorable light before the public
A lorgo party of Michigan lumbcrme n
passed East yesterday with their axes
and cant-hooks, having secured a job e:
chopping out ongruvings for somo of the
New York illustrated polico journals.?
Detroit Free Press.
When we sec a young man that spend
nil he earns wc arc inclined tb suspect
that ho decs not alwuys earn all ho
Tho Copartnership Jof VOSE & TZLAR i i
this day dcsolved by mutual consent. Tho
business will hereafter bo carried on at the
same place by J. GEO. VOSE, who will
settle all tho business of the old firm.
J. GEORGE VOSE,
Wit. V. 1ZLAR.
Thanking *our friends for past patronage
we solicit tho contiuunnee of tho samo fo,
W. V. IZLAR.
Ornugcburg, January 1st, 1875.
?jan 9 1876 8t
i All pcrtons holding CLAIMS sr DE
I MANDS against the late firm of W. M.
SAIN & CO. will please send them properly
vouched to W. J. DaTreville, Esq., by tko
20th do? of January, 1875.
THAD. C. ANDREWS.
January 7th, 1S75.?0 2
Horses and Mules
BAMBERG & SLATER'S STABLES
IN REAR OF
J, C1EO..VOSK'S STORE.
Wlicrc you will find a COMPLETE stock
of the finest HORSES and MULES that can
be procured from the REST MARKETS in
the United States.
Our prices range from $"-0 to $225. All
orders tilled at the shortest notice.
If our Btock on hand do not please we
will order lor you at once.
BAMBERG & SLATER.
dec 18 1874 thn
On and nfter the FIRST DAY of FEB
RUAR V next, 1 will be pre] ared to receive
B OAHD E 11 S
In connection with my DAY SCHOOL. I
will take either boys or girls,
JAMES S. HAY WARD,
Principal Ornngehurg Academy,
nov 14 1871 8m
To the Afflicted!
I was CURED of CANCER on the lip by
Dr. T. R. MALONE.
J. W. DAVIS,
Rontov.'.cs, S. C.
I was cured of CANCER on the right
check, of three years standing, by Dr. T. R.
MALONE, ef Orangeburg, S. C.
C. R. RAST,
St Matthews, S. C.
LADIES ANI> ?EST SEEMEN
MOSES M. BROWN, the Barber pledges
himself to keep up with the limes in all the
LATE IM PRO YEMENI'S, as his business is
sufficient to gurantec the above. He will
be found nt his old stund, ? vor ready to
serve his customers at the shortest notice.
a pi 11 30
C. WEST & SONS,
THE BEST.OIL IN USE.
Warranted 150 Degrees Fire Test.
WATER WHITE IN COLOR.
AND IT WILL NOT EXPLODE.
It burns iu nil
COAL OIL AND KEROSENE LAMBS.
Try it. Ask for "Aladdcn Security,"and
and tuko no othor.
C. WEST & SONS,
113 and 115 W. Lombard St.,
oct 24?24 Baltimoro, Md.
LAND ?? SALE!
About 1000 acres of LAND in Middle
Township, well settled, Gin House with Gin
and Grist Mill. Blacksmith Shop1 and
and Tools. In one parcel at $8.25 per aero.
FARM on Old Orangeburg K<>;id, 7 miles
from town?250 acres. Prico $1575. Well
SETTLED, 'forms easy.
One STORE and LOT in Ornng hurg.
One BUILDING LOT on Kussel Street.
AUG. B. KNOW I.TON,
Attorney nt Law,
sopt 17 -tf Orangeburg. S. C.
E. G. GREGORY
HAS ODA NED a SHOP at Bigg's Old Briok
Storo for the purpose of Repairing Watches
and Clocks. His work is gua ran iced to
give satisfaction or no pay required. Ho
will be glad to servo bis old customers nnd
tho public genorally. Prices moderjto.
may 2 ' 8m 1874
J. FELDER MEYERS,
OFFICE COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
Will givo prompt attention to idl busines*
trustod to him. mar 2'J?tf
ALTHOUGH MY LOSSES ?Y THE LATE FIRE HAS BEE* HEAVY, I AM STILL
prepared to supply my cjHoraers and the public generally with everything in tho
Dry Goods, Groceries & Hardware
LINE at my USUAL MODERATE PRICES.
JG6T" Now is the TIME for my DEBTORS to come forward and FfBLP ME, If it is
only a small amount, it will be highly appreciated by me now, as mv LOSSES ba? been
HEAVY, and 1 need every cent I can get to meet PRESSING DEMANDS.
jan 16 1K75 tf
J. WALLACE CANHOtt,
AT THE POST OFFICE.
RESPECTFULLY informs tho PUBLIC an I his OLD CUSTOMERS that he h?
STOCK OF GROCERIES
at the above place, where ho is now prepared lo ACCOMMODATE them
AT HIS USUAL LOW PRICES.
EVERY ARTICLE usually kept in a FIRST-CLASS GROCERY will 1}* fouti4 in my
Stcrc, und all I ask is a trial.
jun 1? 1875 d-0 J W CANNON.
I !???! Ji-i^ZS FIT ?11
In ADDITION to my usual SUPPLY of
FIRST-CLASS GROCERIES, &c,
I beg lcavo to inform my CUSTOMERS and tho PUBLIC that I on hand a good
Dry Goods and Foots and Shoes,
ALL of which I am ofloring at LIVING PRICES.
J. GOE. YOSE, AT TUB OLD STAND.
IIAS A STORE
CRAMMED WITH GOODS
From ono end to the other.
BY THE RECENT FIRE he lost very HEAVY, but is able still to SUPPLY his cm
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, CANNED FRUITS, OYSTERS, PICKLES,
SARDINES, &c, &o.
Knowing that the fire was a terrible oalatnity upon mauy families of Orangeburg,
ho will endeavor to so MODERATE his PRICES as to suit, the hard times.
His Btoro is PACKED with FRESH GOODS, and ho respectfully requests that tho
pcoplw will boar this in mind.
T. KOHN & BROTHER
ARE NOW LOCATED AT
McMASTER'S BRICK STORES
TO CLOSE OTJt
THEIR ENTIRE RESCUED STOCK 0>fr'
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
? - - " ?:
WITHOUT REGARD TO
TO COST OR LOSS!!!
COME SOON AS WE MEAN BUSINESS AND MONEY
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER.