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ORANCrEBURGU SOUTH CAROLINA* THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1873.
THE OMNGEBURG TIMES
? RANGEBURG, C. H., SOUTH CAROLINA
ORANOEBURa TIMES COMPANY.
. Xirk Robinson, Agt.
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JOB PRINTING in its all depaitments
neatly executed. Give us a call.
.Charleston, 6. G, Jimo 28,1872.
. On. and after bUNDAY, June 29, the
passenger trains on th?3 South Carolina
Railroad will run as follows I
Leave Charleston - 6:00 a m
Arrive at Augusta - - 1:45 p m
Leave Charleston ? - 0:00 a m
. Arrive at Columbia, - 1:50 p m
" for charleston*.
Leave Augusta ?
Arrive at Charleston
Arrive at Charleston
augusta night express.
Leave Charleston - 8:10 pm
Arrive at Augusta - - 7:15 a m.
Leave Augusta - - (5:15 pm
Arrive at Charleston - 5:35 a m
columbia night exprfss
Leave Charleston - 7:10 p in
Arrive at Columbia - G:15 a m
Leave Columbia - - 7:15 p in
Arrive at Charleston - 0:45 a hi
Leave Summcrville - 7:35 a m
Arrive at Charleston - 8:30 a m
Leavo Charleston - 3:35 p m
Arrive at Summcrville at - 4:40 p hi
cam den branch.
Leave Cainden - - 3:55 a m
Arrive at Culumbia - 8:30 n m
. Leave Columbia - - 10;40 a m
Arrive at Camdcn - 3:25 p m
Day and Night Trains connect at Au
gusta withMacon and Augusta Railroad
and Georgia Railroads. This is the
quickest and most direct route, and as
comfortable and cheap as any other route
to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St.
Louis and all other points West and
Columbia Night Trains connect with
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, and
Day and Night Trains connect with Char
Through Tickets on salo, via this route
to all points North.
Camdcn Train connects at Kingville
daily (except Sundays) with Day Passen
ger Train, and runs through to Columbia
A. L. TYLER, Vice-Prcsident.
S. B. Pickcus General Ticket Agent.
DR. If. BAEK,
WHOLES AXE AND RETAIL
m Heeling Street, Charleston, So. Cn.
~jT\It. BAER keeps a complete assortment of
.JLF everything that belongs to his branch of
business ; and makes n specialty of Trusses, Ab
.dominal .Supporters, Elastic Stockings. Shoulder
Braces, for ladies or gentlemen. Also Mag
neto-Electric Batteries. Hom<fopathic Medi
cines:.? and Medicine Chests for Physicians or
He Ib proprietor of numerous vnluahlo reme
dies, and agent far ninny more. He cordially
invites orders from Iiis country friends.
april 16, 1873 8 6m
W. J% DeTreville,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office at Court House Square,
Geo. S. Hacker
IDoors Sash., Blind
pHISlSAS LARGE AND COMPLETE,
JL a factory as there is in the South. All work
manufactured at the Factory in this citgr. The
only house owned and managed by n Carolin
an in this city. Send for price list. Address
GEO. 8. HAOKER,
Po?tofficeBorl70, Charleston, S. C.
Factory and WaroroomsonKing street oppo
site Cannon street, on line of City Railway,
Oct. 30 . ly ?\
FPRSNER & DANTZLER,
Office over MeMaster's Brick Store.
F. Feksn>;k. P. A. Dantzuer, D. D..S
MOSES M. BftOWN,
MARKET STREET, ORANGEBURG, S. C,
(nkxt noon to Stkaus & Street's mux.)
HAVING permanently located in the town, I
would respectfully solicit the patronage of |
the citizens- Every effort will be used to give
June 18, 1873 18 . ly
IZLAR <fc DIBBLE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Orangeburg, S. C.
Ja8. F. Izt.ar. S: Diddle.
DOYLE & E
MADE up their mind to Tit
OF the choicest groceries. Also, a full supnly
of Wines, Ales, Porter aitU Liquors generally.
Examine our slock of
At the lowest prices. ? ?
Feb. 20, 1873 3m
FOR THE SICK AND FOR PARTIES.
A Delightful Relbin and Lunch.
? For cleansing Silver nnd Tin.
Sea Foam and Horslbrd
B E S T F O R F A M I L Y US E.
Cheap Coffee Sugar*
Just received and for sale by
JOHN A. HAMILTON
May 29, 1873 1 5 ? if
COW LAM GRAVELEY.
diu ct import its op
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLE
No. .r)2, East Bay, South of t' o old Post
Office, Charleston, S.* C.
AGENT for the sale of the Magnolia Cotton
Gins. At the Fairs held at Savannah, Ga.
laut month, the "Magnolia" cotton Gin ginned
l?Olb* seed cotton in three minutes and forty
live seconds, taking the premium, and al.-o the
prize of One Hundred Dollars offered by the
hoard of Trade for the best GIN. Scvernl
have been sold this season which gin a bale an
hour. Tho same gin also toolAhe premium at
the Cotton Stntes Fair at Augusta, last October.
Feb. 13, 1873 51 ly
""the home shuttle
Trt BEST, Because it is perfect in its work
?W Because it has the endorsement of so
many ladies who use it; because it is simpler
and because it can bo bought complete on table
for only $37,00.
JOHN A. HAMILTON.
Agent for H. S. 8. Machine,
march 6, 1873 . tf
IHEREBY appoint Mr. KIRK ROBIN
SON my Agent: All persons indebted to
me by note or otherwise, will please mako pay
ment to him.
Promnt pavmeut is requested,
? W. T. MULLEB.
Jul> 10,1873 21. lm
AN ACT to Authorize County CoM,
mi8sioner8 of certain counties tt?
Levy and Collect an Addition^
Tax for Certain Purpose's.
Be it enacted by the Senate and HoufflP,
of Representatives of the State of Soutjt
Carolina, now met and sitting in Genend
Assembly, and by the authority "S;
the same, That' tho Ccnnty Commissios^
ors of the several Counties.herein monk
tione(| ^e^hd they pre hereby, autbc^.^
ized and directed to levy and collects
special tax as hereinafter specified, oW
the taxable property of the said CbunV ?
ties, said tax to be levied at the sank
timo other taxes are levied for tho fiscal
year commencing November 1, 1873)\
said tax to be dovoted exolasively to the'v
payment of .tho past due indebtedness of
tho said Counties, viz : For tho County
of Marion, three (3) mills; for the
County of Orangcburg, three (3}:mills j
for tho Connty of Rich land, one and-hnlf.
(1?) mills; for the county of Lancaster,
two (2) mills; for the county of New
bcry, two (2) mills. Provided, That nil
claims for the payment of which tho
special tax herein authorized is levieau
shall be registered' in the office of the
Clerk of the Court of the county in '
which suoh tax is ordered, on orbefora
the first day of October, 1873, and all
claims of claimants failing to register thff
same, within tho said time, shall not bo
Sec. 2. That the county commission^
ers of Horry county he, and they artf
hereby, authorized to levy and cause to
be collected, a special tax of two (2)
mills upon a dollar of all tho taxable
property in said county, tho said tax to
be devoted exclusively to repairing tho
.bridges in said co'unty, across Kingstofe
aLuke and Socastee creek, and to thj'
Risy incut of the paBt iudebtodnes^ oi' ikw"
Seo. 2. That the county commission
ers of tho county of Williamsburg be,
and they arc hereby, authorized to levy'
and cnuso to be collected, a special tax
of two (2) mills on a dollar of all the
taxable property of tho said county;
said tax to bo levied at the same time
other taxes arc levied for the fiscal year
commencing November 1, 1873, tho
same to be used exclusively for tho par
pose of nayicg the indebtedness caused
by the building of the jail in the said
Approved February 20, 1873.
AN ACT to Amend Sections 08, 09 and 100,
Chapter XVII, or the Geneual Statu
tes of South Carolina Relatino to
IIoldebs or Insubaxos Polioiks.
Section 1. Be it enacted by tho
Senate and House of Representatives of
tho Stato of South Carolina, now met
aud sitting in General Assembly, and
by the authority of tho same, That
Section 98, of chapter XVII, of the
Gonernl Statutes, be amendod, in tho
fifth line of said Section, aftor the words
"bonds or stocks of this State," by
inserting tho words "or of the United
States;" also, at tho close of the said
Section, insert tho following proviso:
"Provided, however, That it shall be tho
duty, and it [is hereby required of tho
comptroller General, upon notice being
served upon hiui by tho agent of any.
said company or association, accoinpani-?
cd by proof suHciont to establish tho
fact of tho insolvency of suuh company
or association so depositing, to disposo
of, at public outcry, to tho highest bid
der, alter twenty-ono days' notice of said
sale, uotico to bo given by publishing in
one of tho daily papers in tho city of
Columbia, and in one daily paper in tho
city of Chirleston, so much or so groat
an amount of suoh bonds or stocksjao
deposited as will enable him toro-insuro
tho policy holders of such insolvent
oompany or association, in such proper
and solvent insurance company or asso
ciation as any polioy holder in said
insolvent. company oc association may
desire, or elcot, for tho balance of the
uuexpircd term of suoh insuranco
previously taken by him in said insolvent
company or association."
Seo. 2. That Section 09, of chaptor
XVII. of tho Genera! Satute*. bo amend
od, by inserting aftor tho word "State,"
in the third lino of said Section, the
words "or of the United States."
Sec. 3. That Section IOC, of chapter
XVII, 61 the General Statutes, bo
amended, by inserting after tho word
"Stato/i? in'the oleventh line, tho words
"or of the United States."
Approved, February 20, 1873.
AN ACT to POKISn ant PbBOON 0BPeB80NB
who snALL SbMj and Convbt any Real
ob PsnsoMAi. Pbopebtt on wnicn- a
Lien or ant kind mat exist, without
oivi.so notion' or such Lien to tue
PUBCIIASEB OB PUB0DA8EBS.
Section 1. Be it enacted by tho Sen
ate and House of Representatives of the
State of South Carolina, now met and
sitting in General Asfembjy, and by the
authority of the same, That from and
after the passage of this Aot any person
or persons who Bhall wilfully and know
ingly" sell and convey any real personal
property on which any lion or liens
exist, without first giving notice of such
lien or liens to the purchaser or purch
asers of such real or personal property,
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemean
or, and, on conviction thereof, shall bo
imprisoned for a term not less than ten
days nor more than three years, and be
fined not less than ten dollars nor more
than five thousand dollars, of either or
both, - in the discretion of the court:
l*r'ovided, That the penalties enumer
ated in this Act shall not apply to pub
lic officers in the dischargo of their
Approved February 12, 1873.
AN ACT to Amend an Act entitled ?'An
Act TD Gbant, Ubnew and Amend tbi
ClIABTEB of CeBTAIN TOWNS and VlLLAOES
Section 1. Be it enacted by tho Sen
ato and House of Representatives of tho
State of South Carolina, uow met and
sitting in General Assembly, nud by the
authority of tho same, That Section 2 of
an Act* entitled " An Act to grant, re
new aud amend the charters of certain
towus and villages therein mentioned,"
be, and tho same is hereby, amended by
striking out, on the 5th lino, the words
"fourth Monday iu March, 1871," aud
insert the words "on tho fourth Monday
of April, 1873."
Approved February 14,1873.
Fired the first shot for Constitutional
liberty against a tyraAy of puritanical
scntimcntnliaru. A nation that stinted
neither, lifo nor treasure bailed him chief
and followed their hero over the ram
part of Sumter and tho victorious fields
of Manassas, and Shiloh. For four and
a half years he resisted as a patriot the
armies of an enemy and earned a name,
whichjoven in poverty was a legacy proud
and enviable. By some unaccountable
freak he surrenders solf to faction, whoso
l?gest gift is so far removed from the sym
pathy and support of his comrades, as to
leave them hereafter strangers to the great
Confederate soldier. Gen Beauregard
has erred greatly, but his name is so
allied to tbo fortunes of South Carolina
that we must accord to him a conviction
of what to him was duty. Yet when ho
sees aught to applaud, sustain, or recom
mend in tho policy of our enemies we
must rogrot the fitful cloud which dark
ens the brilliant career of this bravo lea
der, and expose his fair fame to tho blight
ot treason. ' ,
Still Another Cancer Remedy.
A physician writes to the Newberry
"Herald," as follows:
I have tried tho "cuudcrango" in sev
eral cases of cancer. It is an efficient
alterative, but in several cases I entirely
failed. I have tried tea infusions of the
rod clover tops in ten cases of cancer,
and have failed in none. I will venture
the assertion that by means of this un
pretentious plant I will euro more eases
of well-seated deposits than "cunderan
go," or any other remedy that is known
to the materia medica, can effect. I feel
that I cannot urge upon the public too
strongly tho wonderful remedial altera
tive power of this plant, and having been
in the practice of medicine about forty
years, it must bo conceded 1' have had
some experience. For all dertnic disea
ses and cutaneous affections the red clo
ver tops are tho most efficient remedy I
ever have tried, I have cured some fif
teen cases of cancer that my brother phy
sicians had abandoned as incurable.?
Let every farmer understand there is
flourishing in his fields a remedy which
is far superior to "cunderango" in its
wondcrous curative properties, and that
remedy is the red clover tops. In my
hands it has proved far more powerful
than "cunderango," for I havo had am
opportunity for testing the latter in the
country of its growth. To use the red
clover, all that is necessary is to render
a tea of it, and drink freely through the
day. A piece of rag ought to bo wot
with the tea and kept applied to tho
cancerous sore. I assert that, as an al
terative, the^ red clover tops cannot be
excelled by any remedy in our materia
medico.; and I hope that our people will
take heed and govern themselves accord
Near London, on tho Farmingham
road station, is tho " Home for Little
Boys." Nino years ago several charita
ble ladies and gentlemen started this in
stitution for tho reception, care and edu
cation of homeless little boys. The es
tablishment consists of ten houses, for
thirty boys each; a chapel, a school,
laundry, object room, machine shop, &c.
Here a boy gets a trade and a liberal
common-school education, and is sent
into the world a grateful object "of ano
Jplc, systematic charity. The interest
manifested in" this asylum is as solid as
English character usually makes* things.
Tho celebrated crystal palace of Lon
don is now used for musical entertain
?fcttf. Choral .societies, of 500 voice*,
downt9 juvenile wind hands, contest for
Tho Duke ot Edinburgh, second son of
Queen Victoria, is betrothed to tho only
daughter of tho Czar of Russia.
Pope Pius IX hak entered tho twenty
eighth year of his ecclesiastical rule.?|
His recent iiiness requires that his hab
its of lifo and business should bo temper
ate in the extreme. Notwithstanding he
is a very early riser, and preserves his
cheerfulness of disposition.
In Vienna the rite of marriage is ig
nored to an extent which renders the
enormity of vice greater there than in
any city of the world, of tho same popu
lation. Among tho lower classes, there
are few mothers who havo husbands.
"Watch.?When we are alone, wo
havo our thoughts to watch?when in our
families, our tempers?when in company,
He who is too busy to find time for
preyar is is busier than God asks him to
be, and the fruit of such labor is a poison
" Employment so certainly produces
cheerfulncss,"$tys Bishop Hall, " that I
have known a man come homo in high
spirits from a luneral, because ho had
the management of it."
Work with a will , and also with your
hands and head. It is such that achieve
the greatest things of the world. Noth
ing is cosy that has value. Laziness and
sloth never raised a mim above the grade
of a monkey. Work does tho thing, tho
the right thing, and tho whole thing.
Thanks.?Most heartily we thank the
Orangeburg Times for its just and gener
ous words about Charleston. This city
docs what it can, and leaves undone only
what it has not tho means to do. More
could ho done, if the en tiro people would
think of us, and speak of us, as wisely
and ns well as dots our Orangeburg neigh
bor.?News <fe Courier.
Beneficiary Scholarships for medi
Tho Trustees of tho Louisville (Ky.)
Medical College havo created a number
of Beneficiary Scholarships for the benefit
of poor but deserving young men seeking
a first-class medical education. One
Beneficiary student is received from each
Senatorial District of any State, and one
from each Congressional District of tha
different States. Sons of physicians aua
clergymen are Very properly accorded
Beneficiary Scholarships. Each Scwoi
arships is worth to the recipient of it/
8200, and those receiving such aid arc .
known only to the Deaul Mode of ob* '.*.
taiuing a Beneficiary Scholarship learned
by applying to Dr. E. S. Gaillard, Dean,
Louisville, Ky. As the next session bc
gins in September, nil young men need
ing aid should apply as early as-possible* .
New Wat to save Melons.?A,
man in Indiana complahied to a friend
that the thieves got oo many of his mel
on.s that it wasn't worth his -while to*
"I'll tell you how to save your me
lous," said his friend. "I couldn't keep
my melons nor other fruit. But a little
whilo ago a missionary df- the Sunday
School Union got up a Sunday School
here, and I haven't had any melons sto
len since. He just keep telling them
they'll go to sorao awful hot place if they
steal, or lie or cuss, or break Sunday,
aud then he gives the youngsters such .
nice pictures, and teaches them to- slog'
such pretty songs, that they'd a heap eight
rather go to Sunday school than cat me
lons if they had them." ?
A Word For The Wife.-?Therein
much good sense and truth in the remark.
I of a modern author, that so - sjaa ever"
prospered in the world without the co-dp*
oration of his wife. IT she unites.in mu
tual endeavors, or* rewards his labor?
with an endearing smile, with what con*
fidencc will ho resort to his merchandize,
or his fiirm : fly over lands sail overseas,
meet difficulty aud encounter danger, if
ihe^?hly knows that, he' is not spending
his strengten vniu, but that his labors
will be rewarded by. the sweets of home.
Splitude and disappointment enter the
history of every man's life; and h o ia
hut half provided for his .vAyaic?. who
finds but an associate for his happy hours,
while, for mo'nths of darkness, no sympa
thizing partner is prepared.
"A mere change of a name effects noth-*
ing,"says Senator Ihurman. "An at
tempt to form a new party with no higher
object than a success, never did and
never will succeed.'** Let tho Denioc?
racy take these sentiments ;.\ to their
hearts aud beware of the foolish and fatal
movement, that ambitious conspirators
are instigating. "Name is nothing?
principles everything" is an axiom not
altogether true. An honorable name, aP
lied by honorable antecedents to honor
able principles, convoys the essential
combinations of party strength. Aban
don the first, and distrust and distraction
will overtake the rest.
Says the New York Evening Post of
tho late Liberal party : "In its birth it
was a monster, aud its few weeks of Kfb
were an iniquitous debauh under the as
sumption of a political virtue to which
it had no claim. Its very existence was
an insult to honest people, and its pre
tense of having survived tho indignation
and contempt which overwhelmed it is, ' .
if wo take it seriously, an impertinence
There is much more prosaic truth than
elegiac poetry in this obituary; and yet
wo come across evon a Democrat, now
and then, who wants to play "hide and
go seek' t? ith the corpse.
A convention will bo held at tho
White Sulphur Springs, on the 14th, to
ngrec upon some plan for the collection
and preservation of historical facts rela
ting to the late war. Tho convention
will bo presided over by Dr. Palmer, of
Now Orleans. General* Beauregard,
Early, Johnson, Hood, Hardeo and
Hampton will bo present. .
The latest story about jubilee Gilmoro
is that he asked the Sultan to loan him
the famous vocal Memnon at Thebes to
bo placed among the attractions of great
call-and-see-em at Boston next Bummer.
Ho promised to tako all needful cor?
that the voico of tho antique musician
shall not bo damaged by Ihe celebrated
Boston east wind.
Some mischievous wags one night
pulled down a turner's sign aud put it
I over a lawyer's door. In the morning it
Iread: "All sorts of turning and twist
? ing done here."