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TH U* S D A Y,
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. Utti^|?PDEU. ft iL SOUTH CAROLINA
?mAS?BBUEG TIMES GOMPAJOT.
UivU Hotoinson, Agt.
- Wmiiiiiii Vi ' ? ?
KATES OF ADVERTISING.
1 In-|l2 In
24 In- 48 In- I
I ixpiftre, * -
t ?mwes, - -
? 1? : :
} cohiian, . - -
?colon?.*, - ?
18 on! 55 00: 83 0QI125 00
$2 a year, in advnnccr-$l for ?ix. pontln?.
J.Ol?' PKINTINil in Uh all depaitnicntH
neatly executed. Give it* ? call.
JlARKET STREET, ORANGEUi'RB, S. C,
(nj-.xt noon to Stn.vrs * Stmkkt'h Mil.l-j j
HAVING, permanently located in the town,
would rcopcetfidlr Molicit the. patronage of I
the cituens- Every cAbrt will he used to give 1
June js,1873 18 ly
COWl>a?3 Git AVK KEY.
lunnT i>n"*usvE?y? of
IIAJ^WARK, CUTLERY, GUNS
and, A(iincri:vn\Ai. jmwlet
No. 52, Ka?i Roy, South of t' * uld Post
??tMfiue, CharleMnn,H." C.
, '.; ?, ' ... ? ?
. 4 O KNT for the >nle of the MaguuUn tVtton
. J\. OJn*. At the Fair* held at Savnutudi, On.
last mouth, the "Magnolia" cotton (?in filmed
|50jlw **ca\ rotlou in three mlnutcx and forty
live wcond*, taking the premium, niu\ aUo tlltf
yritcof One Ummrvd KdUr* wtlwvd l^y the
hoard of Trade tor ttw l*V>tf GIN. Several
have been sold thU i^i-aFa? w\u?4i )M\ u hale an
hour. Ttic'fuime ttiu nho took (lie preiniuwvit
the Cotton Ktnte* Fair at Augusta, last October.
Feb. 13, 187? 51
ATTORNEY A T LAW
Office at Court House Stptare,
Orur.tfcLurjf, S. t\
FERSNKR ?V DAN.TZLF.Ii,
I) K IST rr I S T S
Orangehurgt S. 0?,
CHice over McvMn?trrV Uriek Store.
F. Fr.itfcNKK. P. A. lUsrtixit 1>. D S
Jbofcs, Music aud Stationery, and Fancy
AT TUH EXCISE HOVSV,
ORAN?EBURG, C. H., S. t\
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OrnngcUurg, S. C,
as. F. Izlau. S. Dinr.i.K.
DR. T. BERWICK LEGARE.
DENT A SURGEON,
'?Jiadtmto, Baltimore College Dental
Ofae, Market street, Oivr Store ojj. A. Hamilton
THE HOME SHUTTLE
?T? BEST, Because it i* perfect in its work
*^ Because it has the endorsement of ao
xaany ladica who use it; becauae it hi simple,
and because it can bo bought complcto on table
for only $37,00.
JOHN A. HAMILTON.
Agent forH. 8. S. Machine,
march 6, 1873 3 tf
SGTTU CAROMNA ?A1LR0AD.
Chahlkstox, S. C., Juno 28, 1872.
On and after SUNDAY, Juno 20, tho
passenger trains on the South Carolina
Railroad will run as follows:
v ron AU?UHTA? .
j .... .... ju ?cT-'-. ! .. vi,
Leave Charleston - ivOO a xn
Arrive at Augusta - - 1:45, p su
Leave Charleston ^ f}:&D a k?
Arrive at Columbia, - 1:50 p i?
Lcavo Augusta ? - 5:30 a ni
Arrive at Charleston - 1:10 p in
Lenvc Columbia - 5*20. a m
Arrive at Charleston - Itftt p ix>
AU?USTA M?HT KX^KF^i?.
! . (Sundtiys excepted.:)
Leave Charleston -* 8;10 p'%'
Arrive at Augusta - - 7:15 a in
Leavo Augusta - >. -0:15 p m
Arrive at Charleston - 5:35 am
?<M/UMI1IA NKJUT EXl'llFSS
Leave Charleston - 7;10) p **
Arrive at ColunftTia ? (5:15 a *a
Leave Columbia - - 7:13? p wi
Arrtve at Charleston - 0*45 a m
8V. >I H lilt V IUK.TUAI .v.
Leave &uran\crvUle- - 7:35 a in
Arrive at Charleston - 8:30 a in
Leave Chartwtou - 3:35 p in
Arrive at Snminerville at - 4:40 p m
Leave Camden - v 3:55 a m
Arrive at Culumbia - 8:30 a in
Leave Columbia - ?. 10;40 a in
Arrive at Cnmdcn - 3:25 p in
Day and Night Trains ?connect at Au
gusta* Vulv^laeon and; Augusra Railroad
and Georgia RaUiroatU. TUii is the
quickest and most divov-l yoiilo, and as
comfortable and cheap as any other route
to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St. |
Ivouis and all other points Weet and
Culumbia Night Trains connect with ]
Greenville und Columbia Railroad, and
Day and Night Train* .connect,, with Charv J
Through TieVcts a*i sale, via this route
to all points North,
Caindca Traiu *m>n?oete at Kin?jvillc
dailv (except Sundays) with Day Fussen?
gcr Train? awd vuus through to Columbia
A. L. TYLKU. Vice-Prcsidcnt.
S. 13. Pickcus General Ticket Agent,
PIANOS AND ORGAPi
jYToi itl Lly J n.stallinents
TERMS OF LKASK;
All }}'t(W>i's tnaje |,?f?c v-lll 'i}'jtlij Iptew^d*
the jwn^u*! *>f the Iiutmymut Jionned.
$4n? ta $o00 ; : $75 advance, $25 monthly.
525 to WM> ; : 7? advance, !U) monthly.
15'i? to ??? : : 100 advance, 10 monthly.
Os*JWAi tnllH'll III
$125 to 200 : : S25 advance, $10 monthly.
225 to 350 : : 40 advance, 15 monthly.
3150 to 500 : : 50 advance 25 monthly.
fie^f" Parties who ofl'cr patlsfactqry Security
can pay for Instrument* in notes at 3, tl, 0, and
12 months' time.
Call and find out other inducements offered
in both Time and Cash Sales, from
Agent fcir Umngeburg County,
may 23, WV? H tf
Geo. S. Hacker
Doors Bash, Dlincl
111IISI8AS LARGE AND COM PL KT K,
. a factory as there is in the South. All work
Manufactured at the Factory in this city'. The
only house owned mid managed by a Carolin
an in this city. Send for price list. Address
GEO. S. HACKER,
Poitoflice Box 170, Charlcttu?, S. C.
Factory and WarerooniHon King street oppo
site Cannon ?treet, on line of. City Railway,
Oct. SO ly
l>OY!JB & ENGLISH
MADE up theb mind to keep up their stock
OF the ohoicebt groceries. Also, a full supply
of Wines, Ales," Porter and Liquors generally
Examine our stock of
At the lowest prices.
Ftb. 20, 1873 ' 1 am
. i V , S,' V -V* -? JS\ X w
S] ' "iiifc omv OF IT.
A CYNICS SO-NO.
-.?,.,? ..i?.? ....-ti? j_.l ....1.1
.-?iiv ?-.. il m&u. j' i '.'in i 1^1 im^s nwiurp nii\? f;'-.'
Hiding strange deeds 'neath tlio shadow of
j I cjcop along, braving hunger and cold,
To keep my heart .taintless, as well as.uiy;
I So--s6.?where is the good of it't
Svu&c clothe bare Twth .fine garments r.?
Fette? hex fcco Uod? : with purple and otato;
WUU. me, let mo ."it at the lordliert boardlv?<ljj?
VI Xo\e" means / fore / arid) WX hate" means f
?. Ao/e. '.r^*$g|
Jiat?kttt?where ia the good v?i\ ?.
Sonifrh'ayfl rieh dalntiea and coaly atliro^
Guests flattering round ihem, and duns u* IW^
I eroueh by myself at iv\y plain board and fire,
Kjyoy what I-pay for, and scorn to have
\'ct-^t?.where ia th^.g<c*4nfWX 4* ?"Ml
l&mfcguth<irrw?nd them o.plvdan jj of 'friend*/
Scattcuag profession* likv e*?ina in * cvuwd .
I keen, ?yy Ueatf dose for tfc? few that tieaveu
WWw tb^yiV^wHUeif rwmert writ when I lie
ia eay shtuiid I
??*>?so? where is the &vtnl of it? ' '?
.Seaae- toy with luve?lightly cyyuc? lightly g<|?
A blithe gauW at Iveaffts?little W^rtU, little!"
I staked my whole soul, ho$x> nw\ peace on onflN
A life 'gainst an hour's sport. We played and;
I lost i
IIa?ha ! Wh^rc was the. g?o4 of U ?.
MOKAT., ADDHI) ON" Ut* WAITH J*M>.
Tufit the Past's mirrcu: l^ckWdl Iushade
The dln\, confused mass grows all 00 flen
wild hue I
I have workid,^ have felt, I have Hv<
. ha> e loved,
And each was a'atcjp tawa^-the nVk
TtvW, Cod?!W<w* saw'st thv> good of
^Tlie old Woman.''
It was thus, si lew* days siucc, wo beard
a stvipltng of sixteen designate- the tyolb
er who bore him. By ccarao husband*
we have heard wives so called oeeasioiv
ally, though ia tb,e latter case the phrase is
moyo often used endearingly. At all
times; as commonly spoken, it jars upon
the ears and shocks the senses. An "old
woman" should be an object of reverence
above and beyond almost all othar phases
of humanity, ller very ayo should be
her surest passport to courteous consid
The aged mother ofa grown-up family
needs no other certificate of worth. She
is a monument of excellence, approved
and warranted. 8ho has fought faithful
ly "the good fight," and come ofl'comjtu r
or. Vpon her venerable lace she bears
the marks of the conflict ia all its furrow
ed lines. The mast grievous of the ills
of lifo have been hers ; trials untold, and
unknown only to her Got! and herself,
she has borne incessantly; and now, in
her old age, her duty done, patiently n
waiting her appointed time, she .stands
more beautiful than ever in youth, more
honorable and deserving than he who
ba^j slain his thousands, or stood triumph
ant upou too prodest field of victory.
Young man, speak kindly to your
mother, and ever courteously, tenderly
of her. But a little time and you shall
sec her no more forever. Her eyes aro
dim, her form la bent, and her shadow
falls graveward. Others may love you
when she has passed away?kiud hearted
sisteis, perhnps or sho whom of all the
world you choose as a partner-?she may
love you warmly, passionately; children
may love fondly, but never again, never,
whilo llmo is yours, ahall the love of
woman be to vow as that of your trcmb
ling old mother has boon,?Exchange.
Depend on your own B?brts..
Fight your own battles. Hoe your
own row. Ask no favors of anyone, and
you will succeed a thousand times better
than those who ?vre always beseeching
8orao one's patronago. For no one will
ever holp you us you can help yourself, be
cause no one will bo so heartily interested
in your affairs. The first step will not be
such a long one, perhaps: but, carving
your own way tip the mountain, you
make each oui lead to another, and
another. Men who havenwlo U>cir
nes are not those who had fivo thou
' dollar giveu them to statt with,
started fair with *wcU-ea*ttcd dollar
jso. aSJtcn who haw b,y their own ex
ions acquired fumo havo not been
lint ya.tr> tyVnuliiritV hv UUfJfe. hciTlied
paid-f?*,. or given iu friendly sprnk
y have oulstrdtchcd their hands and
bed the public heart. Men who win
o dv> thelv own wooing, and I never
w a Wfca to' fail so sigually as one
had ivjluced hia.affcctionate grand*
mmn to speak a,good word for hiw.
ether you work Tor fnme, for love,
monov, or for anything else, work
h your hands, heart, and braju. Say
yt\)\\" and some day you will conquer,
ever let any man have U to, w,y? "I
lave dragged, you. up." Too many
f^buds hurt a man more than than nc^e
'he popular conhnauder of tho Beau
taud Savannah steamers died in
harlesttttt on >t?uls\. Capt. Peek vras
BO^ihJriTriroinnii, auil a courteous officer.
His mam' jokes, and liberal attentions
\\\ tho discharge of Iiis duties aimed for
pm a score of friend?. Ho was better
known as tho Captain of the *Wm; Sca
|)rook," now the "Emilie," after as the
Commander of the swift packet "Meta
mern," then he personally superintended
j&ei building of the ,,Cvcile," which craft
bbiubvucd oveTjr cwulott with' speed and
Rifely. When-the war broke out Capt,
Peck oSurcd. lu pilot in the "lforimub/'
tCnpt. E.T/. Tessdcr) upon her first voy
from Englunti. Tho. run was sue
^S|fully niadc, ami a valuable "cargo of
arms and needed .supplies was obtained
wvjre-by. Asafiiend the Captain was
ffiflgyaud as n citizen ho was staunch to
thv lt\t>d of his adoption,
wd liillp, nvsar Siu.i Eri
wns lately found the dead body e.V. v, man
who probably had an unwritten heart
ht>tory of pathetic ohm actor. In his
pocket* were found thvee dollars in coin,,
a paper ?if stryehniae, ami on tho gvountl
neair him fragment* of a leller addressed
to Asa Corning, Surprise, California.?
The letter was Aren? Corning's ninther
and ristcr at Yarmouth, New Hampshire
and bogged the son and brother to come
home immediately, if he ever wished to
see his father agnin. He was sinking;
the mother was also weak ami Jworried of
life, and did not expert to slay much
longer. The deceased was doubtless
poor, and tumble tu comply with the ur
gent request la attend the deathbeds of
those ho loved, Therefore in rt fit of
grief aud despair, he probably conceived
tho thought uf going before them over
the river and waiting their coming on
the other side. At least a dead m m,
with poison on his person and such mes
sages of love scattered by the winds around
him, is suggestive of desperation aud sui
A l'r..vim*i. Yisrma.?The Paris Soir re
lativ the followUvy (4ary:
A M-me Honncau, living in the ltuo Des
cartes, was sitting in her parlor a few daya
since, awaiting her litisbaiid** return to dinner,
when a man of wild and haggard appearance
entered, and, sealirg himself oppo.itc to hor,
addressed her sn the followcng terms. ''I am a
great doctor. I can effectually cure all head
aches. I havo.heard that you stiller, from that
cause, and I am come to cure you." Tho lady
perceiving that she had to deal with a madman,
prudently sec wed to fell into his huator, and
asked what wis his method of treatment. Sim
ple enough, madam?," ?iid he, drawing a ra
zor from h?|ipo*lvCtj w 1 cut oil' the head, and
then, after having well cleaned it, I replace it
upon the .dinuldcn>" Upon this ho prej sired
to suit the nction to his words, M'mc Honncau,
with great coolness, professed tier readiness to
submit to the operation, but suggested that she
should fetch a itccl from the next room to
prevent her dress Icing plained; Her visitor
absented to tho reasonnblnncKi of thw sugges
tion, and she left the room, locking the door
behind her. Upon he return with some po
lice officer*, they found that the uufortuuato
maniac had cut hU own throat, but not fatally.
It was aavestahicd that ho had cve.iped from a
lunatic nspluui at Clcnuuut lea Prw, and had
been vainly sought for during a whole month.
The blossom cannot tell what becomes
of its odor, and no man can tell what be
comes of his influence and example, that
roll away from him and go beyond his
key. ou their perilous mission.
?Bnrnum expects to expend $700,000
in. show bills nod ddvcrti8iug Ibis year.
?The public sympathy of Fdgefield
seems to be in favor of Mr. A. Glover,
who hilled the two Goumillions. The
victims had .threatened Glove?; aud were
both desperate men.
?The populace of Malaga ro?O? and
killed the mayor of the city.
?A trial justice of I^ucaftter named
Charles doiics has. ittyejterwm&ly disap
??.The Spriv;* hade of vKew York has
bcc? uuvt#uaUy dull, and the cash sales
fall below the average. There is a money
pressure existing in that city which is
serious to many strong houses.
?The K han of Khiva has surroudor
ed unconditionally to the Hussions. So
ends that war.
?The Cholera is now devastating
Memphis, a complete panic prevails
among tho citbzens. Cincinnati & alurro
'cd? as several cases hftve occurred there.
A lew cases of spasmodic type have been
noted in Washington, . ' : '
?Grcflt precautions nro being used to
pro* c-rvo New York from the scourge oi
?1 Hi am IVwere, tho great swlptor,
died at Florence, Italy, ou the 27th of
?The AValworth- trial is concluded h\
New York. It involved the saddest
revelations* of domestic uuhappincss,
which led to the murder bf n father-by
an infuriated son. $bo yprrdtct was mur
der in the second degree,
?Xcwbcrry proposes organizing a
"Homo Insurance Company," on account
of tho bigh#atcs.of premium charged by
?Aristotle s?nys "dustite i* to give to
overy man bis own." Wojndvr if the
s.tge was a rudicnl ? \
I ?Ohio eU-iins ?.?>"),f)00,00() in church
?Presideut Jiavis is writing a history
of the Iritc war.
?Jesse U. Grant, the father of Presi
dent Grant, died on the 30th of ijunc at
J ?*VIh? Savanaah papers give an ac
count of a great lire at Thomasville, Ga.,
by which one l^aif bf the city was dc
?t'Vank Wul worth, who shot' and
I filled his father has been sentenced to
tho Sing Sing penitentiary at hard labor
for life. The romance of shooting a jwv
lent has a curious sequel. ,
?das. A. Dallas, who killed young
West of Charleiton, on the fourth, has
been committed on a verdict of willful
-r-Mrs. Murray* a beautiful widow of
IliUsboro, & C, aged ami uuito rcs
)ioetablos^Ksauultted suicide, by hauging
herself on the 1st instant. ; The nnfortu
uate woman had been accused of im
proper intercourse with a man far be
neath her in position and advantages,
which grew with every day's reports, and
in her self conviction she thus ended her
?Frog I^cvcl, ou the G. it C. K. K.,
wits destroyed by tire wi the night of tho
5th. Fifteen buildings, aud SGO.OCO
Werth of property was destroyed.
?A colored man named Benjamin
was shot and kill d at the Ten Milo
House near Charleston by a man ranged
?An earth quake in Italy, has caused
great ioss of life, and damage to properly
ill the cities of Bellano, Picvdel, Cairo,
Torres, Cavazcre, Pnvia, Yissanc, and at
Cavessngo. The inhabitants lied to the
np'.'ii livid.; and are thcro encamped.
?Spain Uvtill in the throes of Repub
lican labor. Tho Carlists arc in the
majority, and seem to be ablo to cope
with the reds. Tho "Cortos" nrc barri
caded in a palace, and a new mini-try is
a kind .of morning re?cction. On tho
whole it is a grand, farco aud muddle,
and the .sooner a strong head and iron>
hand is put over thoso aspirants for lib
erty the sooner it will be found in tho
peaceful avocations of every day dune#.
?Tho Haleigh News reports an at
tempt on the part of negroes and others,
to interfere with, a party of workmen,
I who hml beeu brought from another city
to erect a building. The mob. <\c
that the new-'comers should, comply with
i their rides, und the demonstration tit One"
time looked ?serious. The hews says; ? '.'It ;
is a species of terrorism, thnt. cannot bo\
toh;ratcd in a country, which Jms auV
[regard tor the rights and liberties of it
i citizens. It is a principle of communism
which defies every safeguard of Society.,
and which if successfully established ?
Would bo a death blow to every interest,
in the laud."
The "Stationer* Company," gave n
grand banqnv* at their hall in Ludgato
Street, London, on the. I4tli of June, at. '
which was present the Archbbhop of
Caiiterburry*nn?l a host of other worthies.
The formation of this ehib Was iu 1400,,
since then it kivj gone on from a liiere
I brolhc-v*vo?dof *Hexi writer*." to a power-/ ,
ful ai^tatio? representing the EngliaTj
TH&i CTtablwhment' of the ^Trades
Guild of Learning." proposes extending*
tho advantages of an University . educa
j tion to every class of society in England.
One hundred and twenty rears ago.,
the poVwhed "J.ord Chesterfield;' took
the most active interest in the sport of
horso raeing, which was, then in its in
fancy as. regards the Jugh breeding of
the racers, and the value of choice stock.
At tl?c late ?sr^* races, a stud of ctnirsfcra -*
wcte brought out, which for beauty, speed:
and emlurattHi have . heretofore been tia>s
equalled. A sale1 of a feiriselcct horses.
v;ill give ?n idea of their vnlne. uBl?ir;
AthaJ;' brought 12,500 guineas-;or.$62j*
500- Papoose $6000, . Cavinboa, $7,500.
1,90S> births occurred in London d?r
ftig oner week of .Titue, and 1,219 deaths.
The mortality is 19 per 1000.
"\\ nrrtf SiAvr-iiY.?A New. York
payer 8ays""tha*. at the present time tlicre?. ,
are faotwen seven and eight
States?this city being the great central
entrepot t. The ehiidxc?, arc brought,
r?ere and'.sohl daily at private auction,
prices varyingfwvwi one hundred dollars,
to four hundred for- boys, und one hun
dred to five hundred for girls. . Where
girls are exceptionally pretty, the prices
rtdc higher. Twd^ittlc girls; who togeth
er play-their violins in*Walt>street, arc
said to, have been bougie by the present,
owner fwr *i\tecu hundred doiiars.
Simo the first of Aj>ril last three hun
dred and seventeen children have arrived
at tU& port.'
A man at lack Haven, Pennsylvania,
rocoutly found a wasps' nest, with its oc
cupants appar? oliv all frozen to death.
He was heedlessly throwing it about*
when one of tho insects fell donn tha back;
of his neck? Tnc warmth revived tholit*
tic yellow jaeket, a sudden glow-suffused
the man's face, and he commenced un
dressing in a hurried manner, talking 10
himself all the while with great volubility
and animnthm.' Ho has since altered his
opinion as tu tht> etfbct of cold on wasps.
KGV? "Say. ilo-nos, .what's that matter
rr'.th your aycV" "Oh, nothin', only my
wife said this morning I'd better get up
and make a ?re ; I told her her to male
ft herself?that's all."
i*in ' .. |i_?_<-. .
*0u A little hoy being asked "Wha
Hthoehi_efer.il of man?'' roplied: '
end what's cat the head on."
> -\ *\ - ?
tt&~ Ha that thinks himself the hap
piest man, really is so; but he thsr
thinKs himself the wisest, is generally th
9$ir Lord Broegham once said that
no man had any right to a ncvcrotis sys-i
tern who does not possess two thousand
&3T Dr. Parr thus characterized a de?
ceased prelate : "Sir, ho is a poor, paltry
prelate, proud of petty popularity, and
perpetual! v preaching to petticoats.
An unfortunate Kentucky editor thus
addresses his delinquent l>crs
"Ericnd*. we aye ponnilcssi?Job's turkc;'
was a millionaire compared with ou
present depressed treasure. Today, >
salt was ten cents a b:irreJ, wo could n
buy enough to p.eklo a jay bird.'
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