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W OBANGEWllG TIMES
la published every
wkwissv&u, c h., south Carolina
orahgeborg times compah*.
Kirk Robinson, Agt.
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?2 ? year, in advnncor?$1 for six. nontlis.
JOB PRINTING iu its till depuitnients
neatly executed. Give i** * call.
MOSES M. B110\\%
II ARK KT STKKET, OUANGFJU'Rtt, & C,
? et y.ff' l i *. . . ; - i
(xp.xt noon, to Stilus * StIibet? mim?)
HAVING permanently located in the town,
would rcspcotfullv solicit the patronage of |
die citizens- Every eAort will he used to give
Juriel?, 1873 18 \y
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mnr>T imwotcbs ok
lIAH^WAUi; CUTLERY, GUNS
and AGRICULTURAL LM1*LE
No. 52, East Ray, South of t' * \<&\\ IMst
?1)flie4p, Charleston, S." I'.
AGKNT for the sale of the MaguuVkti tVttmi
. (Jini?. At the Fairs beb' at Savauntdi, Gtt.
last mouth, the "Magnolia" cotton Gm uilinetl
15ullu seed cotton \\\ ihrw minute* and fortv
fivr seconds, taking the premium, ami also the
pfire of One Hvnmwd l v.!l.?o otlctvd by llie
Hoard of Trade tot ?hw> l?\?sl GIN. Several
have been sold thU?v"-an vrUi?>ti i.t.v a hale an
hour. The same ?in also took (he preiniuiifvat
the Cotton State* Fair at Augusta, la*t October.
Feb. 13, 1873 51 Jy
W. J, DeTreville,
ATTOKK K Y A T L A W.
Office at Court Mouse Stptarc,
Orangchur^ S. (\
FERSNKK A DANTZLEK,
r> jpj tst rr 1 s rr s
Orangehurgt S. 0.,
Office over McMastcr's llriek Store.
F. Fr.ntNKi;. P. A. Pastt>. H S
vis 12-3 in as
B^oks, Music ami Stationery, and Fancy
at Ttu: tixaixE novsv,
ORANGEBURG, C. H., S. 0,
ATTORNEYS AT LA\Y,
Orniigeburg, S. C.
Jts. F. Izlau. S. I)inm.e.
DR. T. BERWICK LEGARE.
DEN T A SURGE OK,
Graduate, Baltimore College? Dental
Qfrct, Market street, Orxr Store o/J. A. Hamilton
THE HOME SHUTTLE
TQ BERT, Because it is perfect in ita work
Because it has the endorsement of ao
many ladies who use it; because it is simple,
and because it can ha bought complete on table
for only $37,00.
JOHN A. HAMILTON.
Agent forH. S. S. Machine,
toarch ISr.'i il tf
SOUTU CAROMNA BAILKOAD.
Chaulkston, S. ?., Juuo 28,1872.
On and after SUNDAY, Juoo 29, the> |
passenger trahiB on the South Carolina
Railroad will run as follows:
F?II augusta. .
Leave Charleston - &00 a m
Arrive at Augusta - - 1:45 p w
roil count ii i a*
Leave Charleston - f?:(M> a *u
Arrive at Columbia, - 1:50 put
Leave Augusta ? - 5:30 a m
Arrive at Charleston - 1:10 p in
Leave Columbia - 5*20. a ro
Arrive at Charleston - 3:1t**? p m
augusta NtOUY K^WtESS.
Leave Charleston - * 8;10 p*fu
Arrive at Augusta - >? 7:15 a m
Leave Augusta ' ?? (5:15 p m
Arrive at Charleston - 5:35 a m
coj.umiua night KXl'llFS?
Leave Charleston - 7:10? p ui
Arrive at Columbia - (i;15 a ia
Leave Columbia - ? 7:J3> p m
Arrive at Charleston - 0;4? a in
Leave j?uwroorvUle - 7:35 a in
Arrive at Charleston - 8:30 a m
Leave Chutfttftuu - 3:35 p in
: Arrive at Summcrville at - 4:40 p m
Leave Camden - - 3:55 a in
Arrive at Columbia - K:30 u ni
Leavb Columbia - ?> 10;40 a m
Arrive at Cnmdeu -! 3:25 p m
Day and Night Trams fonncvk at Au
[ gusta wUUMacon and Augusta Knilrond
! and Georgia UuUroad*, TUU is the
j quickest and mo*k direct ron'.e, and as
comfortable and cheap as any other route
to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St.
I-iouis and all other points West and
Columbia Night Trains connect with
j Greenville and Columbia Railroad, and
1 Day and Night Trains connect, with Char
lot to Pond.
Through Tickets on talc, via this route
to all points Nurlh,
Camden Train connects at Kingvillc
daily (except Sundays) with Day Fnsseu?
gor Train, aud runs through to Columbia
A. L. TYrliKU; Vice-President.
S. 13. Pie'ccns Gciicrnl Ticket Agent,
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
jSIoiitlilv f i tstaUiiieni s
TLUMS OF LKASK:
.1// iWywifs Made, ??* /.it?w rill iij'}^!' totetHfils
the puttjiutc *'J the In^U-t en ul J.n<tncd.
$450 to $000 : : $7? mlvance, $2"> monthly.
?VJ."> to Win : : 7") advance, '10 monthly.
O'i'j u> 7-r>o : ; lot* advance, 10 monthly.
Qtyimt admit ut
SI2? to 200 : : $2? advnntty $10, monthly.
"J'J") to It?O : : 40 advance, 15 monthly.
atiO to GOO : : 50 advance 2o monthly.
fyr?~ Parties who oiler satisfactory Security
can pay Tor Instrument* in note* at 8, li, 0, and
l'J months' time
Call and Und out other Inducements offered
in hoth Time and Cash Sales, from
Afcvm fixr (Awflgelmrg County.
may 2-, t8;3 U ?<*
Geo. S. Hacker
[poors Sash, Hlincl
C11A K I^ESTON?
IWI8I8'A8 I'AROE AND COMPLETE,
. n factory m there is in the South. All work
manufactured at the Factory in this city*. The
only house owned and inannged hy a Carolin
an in tin* city. Bend for price list. Addroat
GKO. S. II AC KICK,
PoftofGceBox 170, Charleston, S. C.
Factory and WarerecuuKonKing Mrvet oppo
site Cannon ttrcet, cmi line of City Railway,
Oct. 30 ty
I>OYI,E & ENGLISH
MADE up their mind 10 keep up their utock
Of the choicest groceries. AIho, a full supply
of YVinea, Ales,* Porter and Liquors generally.
Examine ot.r stock of
At the lowest prices.
I Feb. 20, 1873 1 am
Wt GW.? Of IT.
A CYNICS KONG.
uy T? X. a.
Some men strut proudly 'midst hwiors and gob.
Hiding strange deeds 'nciitli tho shadow
I vteep along, braving hunger and cold,
To keep my heart taintless, as well aa.i
So?so?where is the good of it Z
Seme clothe bare TjnMh. fa fine garments i
FclUar her Gkso Uwha with parplo and stx
With, me, let me Bit at the lordliest boards,
y-l love" mean* J tow/ ahdi MX hat?" mear
XbA?hut?where is tho good vi if. I
Some- have rich dainties and costly attifCj,
Guests flattering round them, and duns vk\ the
II crouch by myself at my plain board and flrot |
Ivnjoy what I pt^y fo*-, *nd scorn to have'
Yct- yvt?where is thvgv^d, vi it T
Somo. guthi r round thciu ;\ |dvdan ? ?\f 'friends,' I
ScAUentAg profuHsionM likv coins in a ctrwvd j |
\ keep, ?yy heart close for th* few Uiat Heaven
Whet* thrVN findthoJ? names writ when
Ul tuy shrwnd',
Stt?so?where is the- gp*>A vS it ?
Sv*wv toy with lu?w?lightly c*yuc? lightly go ; I
A )>l it lie game at hearts?UtUv w^vrth, little. J
I stake<l my whole soul, h^pe s\w\ j*we on one 1
A life 'gainst an ho?r?s sports We played and
I lost 1
IIa?ha ! Where was tlvj gwd of h ?
Moitat., ?rmttti on- wAfit ju:i>.
Tiyri tho Pasi's mirrcw Utfskww)! Its shadow
The ?lim., confused mass grows all softened,
I have workcd.fi have felt, I have lived, I [
. have loved,
And each was a'atcp, tuwcpfds ?' the mjsant I j
Tb.?*?, God--%%w s^w'st tho *:-.-i'?l of i\.
^The old Woman.''
It was thus, a few tiny* since, we heard
a stripling of sixteen designate the with
er who hore hint. By ccarse IiusIkiiuU
we have heard wives so called oeension*
ally, though in the1 latter case the phrase is
move often used endearingly; At nil
limes, as commonly spoken, it jars upon
tho cars and shocks the souses. An "old
woman" should he an object of reverence
above and beyond almost all ?thar phases
of h imnnity. Her very aye should be
her .surest )\asspart to roatrtoaus coa-dd
The aged mother td'u grown-up faintly
needs no other certificate of worth. She
is a monument of excellence, approved
and warranted. She hits fought faithful
ly wtho good fight," and come ?fl'c??quer
or. Upon her vonertvhlo fneq she hem's
the marks of the conflict in all iis furrow
ed lines. The most ?jrievous of the ills
of life have been, hers ; trials untold, and
unknown only to her Got! and herself,
she has home Liccsshntly; and now, in
her old ngi*, her duty done, patiently a
waitiug her appointed time, she .stands
more beautiful than ever in youth, more
honorable and deserving than he who
hy* slain Iiis thousands, or stood triumph
ant upou tiro prodeathold of victory.
Young man, speak kindly to your
mother, and ever courteously, tenderly
of her. Bui a little time and you shall
sec her no more forever. Iler eyes arc
dim, her form is bent, and her shadow
falls graveward. Others may love you
when she has passed away?Uiud hearted
sistcis, perhaps or she whom ol all the
world you choose as a partner? she may
love you warmly, passionately; children
may love loudly, hut never again, never,
while time Is yours, ?hall the love of
woman he to you as that of your trcmh
ling old mother has heon.?Exchange,
Depend on your own Bffbrts..
Fight your own battles. IIoo your
awn row. Ask no favors of anyone, and
you will succeed a thousand times better
than those who are always hescoehing
somo one's patronage. For no one will
ever help you as you van help yourself, be
cause no one will ho so heartily interested
in your affairs. Tho first step will not be
such a long one, perhaps: hut, carving
your own way up the mountain, you
make each ouo load to another, ?ud
A firm i? that while you chop out
j knottier. Men who liave.swj.de their
iUhcs are not th we who had five thou
sand dollars giveu tUcm to ato.rt with,
but started fair with *vicU-earaed dollar
or two. Mo? wUo have Ivy their own ex
ertions acquired famo have not been
thrust into popularity by puffs, begged
orpaid foAvor given, iu friendly spirit.
They have outstretched their hands and
touched the public heart. Men who win
love do. tbciv own wooing, and I never
acw. a vo?U to fuilso signally as one
ho had iuduced his affectionate gr?ud
imma to speak n.good word for hi tu.,
hetherjou work for fame, f>\v love,
monev, or for anything else, work
h your hands, hcait, and brain. Say
will!" and some day you will conquer,
i.ver let any man have it to. ^ay,. "I
'e dragged you up." Too many
ends hart a man more than than ucvue
fcipi: Mtii'' Feck I
'he popular conftnauder of the IJcau
<aud SavannaU sJcumers died in
Vrlestuu on Mcvabv. ('apt. Feck uns
, nbJoManinil, nud a courteous officer.
taanv jokes, and liberal attentions
tbo dUcbargc of Iiis duties earned for
n n score of friends. -He was better
town as tho Captain *?f the ''Win. Sca
ook," now the "Emilie," after as tho
muuander of the swift packet "Meta
a," then ho personally suiierin,tended I
building of tho ''Cecilo," which craft
tibiucd ovcijr comfort with speed and
ily. When the war broke out Capt,
ix-k ottered tu "fillut in tho '\\Wuuuda,"
)t. K. Ii. Ttosicr) upon her first voy
j%from England. The. run was sue
dully made, anil a valuahlo "cargo of J
us and needed supplies was obtained
pby. As a. friend the Captain was
aud as a citizen ho was staunch to
Intal of his adoption,
*-%*h i?*> ftwd hills, u?ar Sau Fraoej
was Intely found the dead body of ? atari
who probably had an unwritten heart
UVtory uf pathetic cluuaelur. Tu Iiis
pockety ?erc found thvee dollars in coin.,
a papmr *-f strychmno, and mi the ground
near him fragment*-of a letter addressed
to Asa Corning, Surprise, California.?
The letter was fjroni Coming's, mother
and sister at Yarmouth. New Hnmpshire
and begged the soil and brother to come
home immediately, if ho ever wished to
sec his father again. He was sinking;
tho mother was also, weak und Jworried of
life, and <lid not expect 10 stay much
longer. The deceased was doubtless
poor, an l unable to comply with the ur
gent request la attend the deathbeds of|
those ho loved. Thcrcforo in a tit of
grief and despair, he probably conceived
tho thought cf going before theni over
the river and waiting their coining on
the other side. At least a dead mm,
with poison en his person and such mes
sages of love scattered by the winds around
him, is suggestive *>f desperation a id sui
A l'i-:.im--ri. Visitor.?*The Paris Soir re
late* tlir following story;
A M'lnc Ilonncau, living in tho Uuc Dos-,
cartes, was sitting in her parlor a few Way*
since, awaiting her hu.-band's return to dinner,
when a man of wild and haggard appearance
entered, an 1, seatirg himself nppodtc to her,
addressed her sn the folio weng terms. ''I am a
great doctor. I can effectually cure all head
aches. I have heard that yon softer, from that
cause, anil 1 am come to cure yon." The lady
perceiving that she laid to dVal with a madman,
prudently seemed tu fall into his humor, und
asked what was his method of treafnical. Sim
ple enough, w&dauw/j htwd he, drawing a ra
zor from hhtjHvvkct; v [ cut off the head, and
then, after having well cleaned it, I replace it
upon the shoulder*-" Upon this ho pre'arod
to suit the action tolas words, M'ino Bonneau,
with great coolness, professed her readiness to
submit to the operation, but suggested that she
should fetch a towel from tho next room to
prevent her drew heing stained. Her visitor
assented to tho rcasonnhloncKs of thw sugges
tion, and she left tho room, locking the d?x?r
boMnd her. Upon he return with some po
lice officer.*, they found that tbs unfortunate
maniac had out his own throat, but not fatally.
It was a/iocxtnlucd that he had escaped from a
lur.atio nspbim at C'lvrmuut lea. Pros, 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
conies of his influence and example, that
roll away from him and go beyond his
key oti their perilous mission.
?Bornum expects to expend $700,000
in show bills nnd advertising this year.
?The public sympathy of Edgefield
seems to be in favor of Mr. A. GJover.
who killed the two Goumillions. The
victims had threatened Glovcv,. und were
both desperate men.
?Tho populace of jShihAga jtlvjc, and
killed the mayor of the eijtvl
?A trial justice of L.aw**tpir Mined
Charles duties hjx'i wystefhmely disap
?The Sprtwg trade of *iew York has
hce? uuvvsually thill, find the euch sales
fall below the average. There is a money
pressure existing in that city which is
serious to many strong house.-.
?The Khan of Khiva has surrender
ed unconditionally to the Russians, So
cuds that war.
?The Cholera is now devastating
Memphis, a complete panip prevails
among tho Citizen?. Cincinnati h alarm
led, as several cases have occurred there.
A few cases of spa^niotYtv type have b*en
noted in Washington,
?Great precautions ar&Ueuig used to
prei wvo Kew York from the scourge oJ
?Hi tarn IVwws, tho great senlplnr,
died at JPlorcnee, Italy, on the 27th of
?The .Walworth trial is concluded in
New York. It involved the saddest
revelation* of domestic unhuppincss, j
which led to the murder bf n father- by
an inlwriaten son. The verdict was mur- J
der in the second degree.
?Xcwberry proposes organizing a
"Home Insurance Company," on account
of tho hightf'atcs of premium'charged by
?Aristotle s?nys "Justire is to give lo>
overy man his own." Wonder if the
s.igc wns a radical ?
?Ohio chums 335,000,000 in church
pi-operty,' ' ' ? ' ' "
?iVesiduut l^jyvis is writing a history
of the late war.
?Jesse R. Grant, the father of Presi
dent Grant, died on the :10th of June at
?Savannah papers give an ac
count of a great lire at Thomasville, Ga.,
by which one half bf the city was de
? bVank Wulworth, who shot nnd
hilled his lather has been sentenced to
the Sing Sing penitentiary at hard labor
for life. The romance of shooting a \n\
icut has a curious sequel. ,
?Jus. A. Dulfus, who killed young
West of Charleston, on the fourth, has
been committed on a verdict of willful
?Mrs. Murray, a beautiful widow c?f
j llilisboro, J\, C., aged and unite rcs
pnetuhlu^vmnndttcd suicide. Ivy hanging
j herself on the 1st instant. , The unfortu
nate woman had been accused of im
proper intercourse with n man far be
neath her in position and advantages,
which grew with every day's icports, and
in her self conviction she thus ended her
?Frog Level, on tho G. & C. R. R.,
was destroyed; by tire an the night of the
5th. Fifteen buildings, and $150,0(0
w crtb of property was destroyed.
?A colored man named Benjamin
was shot and kiH.d at the Ten Mile
Home near Charleston by a man rained
?An earth mmkc in Italy: has caused
great iu?s of life, and damage to properly
in the cities of Bclhvua, I'icvdol, Cairo,
Torres, Cuvu/.crc, Irttvia, Yissane, and at
Cavcssago. The inhabitants lied to the
open fields and are there encamped.
?'Spain Uvtill in the throes of Repub
lican labor. The Carlists arc in the
majority, and scorn to be ahlo to cope
with the reds. The "Cortes" arc barri
caded in a palace, and a new ministry is
a kind of morning reflection.1 On the
whole it is a graud fnrco aud muddle,
nnd the sooner a strong head aud iron>
band is put over these aspirants for lib
erty the sooner it will be found in the
peaceful avocations of everyday duties.
?The Raleigh News reports an at
tempt on the part of negroes and others,
to interfero with a party of workmon,
who. had been brought from auoll.c.- city
. ... ... ii .i .11 ^ii'V? ww>iiiitn?? mjpfa '?
to erect a building. The mob. dc-nauded
that the new eomciv should, comply with
their rides, and the demonstration at one',
time lookcd'serious, The hewsBayH;.',It
is a species of terrorism, that, cannot bo
tolerated in a twtutrv, which has li?V
[regard fur the lights and liberties of ibi''
i citizens. It is a principle of communism
which defies every safeguard of FOcietyV
and which if successfully established ?
would be a death blow to eyery interest
in the laud."
The "Sta?oiier* Company/' gave a ^
grand banquet at their hall in Ludgatc
Street, London, on tbe- 1-itli .of June, ,al '
which was present the Archbishop of
Canterburiy'nwl a host of other worthies.
The formation of this ehib was in 1400*'
since then it has gone on from a mere
[ bredhe-rfco/od of *tex; waiters," to a power-,
ful association representing the Engliels .
press. , &
The? crtablfcdbment of the ?'Trades -
Guild of JUciirtdng.'' proposed extending
tho advantage* of an University. cdu*;a->
tion to every clas* of society in Engbmd.
One hundred and twenty years ago.
the poVvsUcd "Wd Chesterfield" took
the most active interest in the gport of
horse racing, which was . then in its in
fancy as. regards the high breeding of
the racers, ami the value of choice stock.
At the late A5cot races, a stud of coursers ?*
were brought out, which for beauty, speed
aud endurcmea have heretofore been im
equalled. A snla of a few select horses,
trill give j?n idea of their vnlne. "Blair;
Athaj," brought 12,500 guineas, or 862, r
5u0. I'npoosc $8000, Cavinboa, $7,500.
1,90$. births occurred iu London dur
ihg one week of June, and 1,219 deaths.
The mortality is 19 per 1000.
WurTtf Si.Avninr.-~-A Now York ~
paper says"4'ibat at the present tiiuo there. ,
aW betweu seven and eight
j children kblllappcd frui?i: Italy h<ad in
slavery iu the large cities of the United
[ States?this city being tho great central
tentve.poit. The children arc brought
here and ;fo|d daily at \priyajte auction*
i prices varying fvo<a one hundred dollars,
to four hundred for boys, and one hun
died to five hundred for' girls. . Where
girls arc exceptionally pretty, the prices
rule higher. Two little girls, who togeth
er play'their -violins in-Wall* strebt/ laife
aaid to have been bought, by tho, present
owner fwr *Wteeu hundred dollars.
Sinoo the first of April last three hun
dred and seventeen children have arrived
at this port,'"
A man at Lack Haven, Peiiusvlvauia,,
recently found a wasps' nest, with its oc
cupants apparently all froie? to death.
He was heedlessly throwing it about*
when ono of f?bc Insects fell dow n tho back;
of his neck? Tue warmth revivcd.tholn>
tic yellow jacket, a sudden glow-suffused
t'ic man's face, and he commenced un
dressing in a hurried manner, talking to
himself all the chile with great volubility
and unimntinn. 11? has sinco altered;his
opinion, as to tho etteet of cold ou wasps.
liSnv? dom\s, what's that matter
w'.th your aye 7" "Oh, notbin', only my
wife said this morning I'd better get up
and make a fire ; I told her her to mal? .
it herself?that's all."
I . . .ii-, .
?&? A little hoy being asked ""Who
is tho chief end of man ?" replied : "Tm*
end what's ?ot the head on."
He that thinks himself the hap
picst man, really is so; but he tlur
thiuKs h'nusoU' the wisest, is generally th
t~$r .Lord Brocgham once said that
no hian had any right to a ncverous sys
tem who doe* not possess two thousand
HSr Dr. Parr thus characterized a de
ceased prelate : "Sir, ho is a poor, paltry
prelate, ptoud of petty popularity, and
perpetually preaching to petticoats.
An unfortunate Kentucky editor thus
nddre^es his delinquent subscribers
"Friend*, we are penniless.?Job's'turke:
was a millionaire compared with ou:
present depressed treasnrc. Today, '
J salt was ten cents a barrel, wo could n
bay enough to p.cklo a jay bird.'
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