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Will find iUspccinlly to their interest
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fcotina.: Will. attend Pitch advertisement.
To biiild Up the interests of our merchnuts
is the aim of tho "Times."
The oxprcss train from Detroit consis
ting of several express and passeuger
coaches run into tho canal at Thorald,
when the draw was open.
Eighteen dead bodies havo been re
moved from tho wreck of cars on the
Chicag? and Alton line.
Emperor Wilhelm is said to be in bad
Excursion tickets from Columbia to
New' York mid back, can be had for
Mr Jos Cannon who has long acted as
marshal, has resigned. Mr Cah
this position creditable.
THE DELA Y.
In tho appearance of the Times is ow
ing to tho railroad. Wo received an in
voice of a shipment of paper from Bath
S. C. on the lGth, and failing to receive
it, Wore obliged to telegraph for a lot to
be sent by Express. Accidents will hap
****** CCL mi lifa FA 1R.
The fifth annual fair will open at Co
lumbia on the 11th of November, and
from tho success attending past exhibi
tions, it will doubtless bo as fully atten
ded, if it does not excite greater interest.
Competition in Mechanical, Agricultural
and Art contributions are invited. The
rules tire well digested, and every cllbrt
looking to the comfort of visitors, und
care of contributions is under special
committees. Motive power for testing
machinery, and conveniences for fair
competition with plows, <fec, are all to be
provided. Tho State Fair is in the
hands of able and patriotic men, and we
wkd) it a complete success.
THE LATE ELECTION.
In one that elfecUs every tax-payer in
tho county, and by them will the career
of tho Senator he closely watched.?
Heretofore there was nothing to expect
from maljgnnnt partisans, and there was
no disappointment when the former in
cumbents realized to their party the
pledges they made, of advancing the in
terests of Ono class ut the expenso of the
other. The Senatorial chair of Orange
burg, as compared with ANTE HIXLUM
days, has been a sad travesty; but the
gnive, whence spiings charity, covers the
Kcene, from which we turn to the new
actor. A people's' trust confided in a
man..is no mean tusk to vindicate, lie
that pooplo ignorant,, so are they cap
tious1 ; bo ihc.y enlightened, so are thev
critical. There can be but one course to
pursue, that is the path of justice. Let
the rights of all, regardless- of race, color
or btntfoiidtC'maintained, and the reward
inu.^t be. in u con viel ion ofjilul) rendered,
ij nt>p^Qmray<}. ^disappointed. Havo the
white people ul' Orangcburg, no voico to
raise in defence of their rights f^ritil n&Wj!
theyJ?Y? ?ot b$-?&F)&- wejji practi|
? cally ignored, as much so as an alien,
would bqi fn an ^nfij|eu4|y langS Evpry|
Aim hi^.beenpo.lde^oil ipm with
schemes of fraud, and every attempt to
insinuate a claim to a hearing has been
throttled by the phalanxcd majority that
shut out all hope of a reform at the bal
lot box. Iho Senator elect, if he met
no support from white men in the recent
election, certainly met no opposition from
them. As passive spectators, tho men
who represented ninctccn-twcntieths of
tho materinl wealth of the county, stood
by, or passed on heedless, allowing the
craft to drift to a destiny which they
were powerless to avert, bo that destiny
for good or ill. For the first timo sinco
the present rule, a Southern white man
is elected to fill tho responsible office of
Ornng?burg's Senator, and though tho
officer elect is an avowed Republican, he
is the dual representative of tho wmiu
man and the Solthernor, two fenturcs
which in the emergency of the present
cannot be ignored without a sacrifice,
which wc hope his county may not
charge to bis discredit. Our sympathies
are drawn out for tho futuro?our minds
are exercised in view of the past?and
io hira (though politically opposed to his
sentiments) wc cheerfully offer our best
^wishes. The financial aspect of the
county, engrossed as it is, with the affairs
of the State, are drifting fast to whole
sale bankruptcy. He goes to confront a
set of men w hose power is inimical to our
interest. To enroll as an .Illy will be
their aim, to beard them as enemies to
the gDod of the State, wo trust will bo
Jib effort. The Senator has doubtless
yet ringing in his ear, the unjust aspersion
upon us, thai an intuitive hate on the
part of the whites, keep? them from any
recognition or affiliation with even hon
est men of the ruling party: He cannot
bo convinced of this, knowing as he does,
that what our State requires is honesty
and good government. Were any other
party in power, and did they act as these
at Columbia do now, the outraged people
would cry 'down with them' as readily.
Ptomises havo been violated everywhere;
corruption has infected every depart
ment, uutil tho public heart is sick, and
the public mind disgusted. The dogmas
of a man's creed nre trifles, if his acts arc
laudatory ; it is only whon office is pros
tituted to mercenary ends, and a help
less people yoked to party power, that a
just indignation denounces the men who
lend themselves to the debasing concert
of oppression. The white man of Or
angcburg has rights which arc as patent
as those of the colored man. "We do not
desire, nor would we curtail, any political
privilege the latter enjoys. On the con
trary, wo assert that the day must come,
when tho scheming demngogue of a
mere profession, will be exchanged for
the friend friend of principle. Senator
Andrews, in assuming the office, pledges
his vote and influence to no mere party ;
if so, he is tho enemy of the white people
of Ornngcburg. Common justice and
equity demands that the scales shall be
poised evenly. To depart from the
beaten track of oppression, will surely
bring about party opposition ; what then ?
he maintains the right and on the thres
hold of his career, he can count the cost
of impugning the outrages so long prac
ticed on his race and countrymen, or de
fend an administration that is a disgrace
to any party name. With a ripe field
of labor before him, we abide the sequel
of his choice, and trust we may write
The Stale bond cases are still before
the Supremo Court at Columbia. The
"News & Courier" correspondent reports
that the Chief .Justice has expressed him
self "that the Court never contemplated
the idea of ordering the tax levy, until
nn investigation into tho outstanding
debt litis been fully l.iade." Contrary
reports say that "Morton, Bliss & Co."
will have a favorable verdict, and some
think that tho whole matter wi'.l go be
fore.the next General Session. If so;
it will be lluj virtual dropping of all in
quiry as to tho guilt of the parties who
j^ued fraudulent bonds, und the estab
lishment of an auction for votes on the
question. Morton, Bliss
and South Carolina inus
? ;\ ?
;bog?^'rpapcr to the tune
ic expenses of u slm
The sanitary condition of London,
with its population of 3,000,000, is bet
ter than that of any city of tho world.
The births -exceed $ic deaths by 3J.?
The last weekly return shows 2.242,
births, and 1,381 deaths. The drainage
of London has been ? for a long time; n
subject of serious speculation, , The flew-;
ors emptying irtto the Thames rendered'
thnt river little else than a recking flow
of filth. Not longer than 25 yea r3 ago
the wooden quays ran along this river;
now they arc removed, and a landing for
steamers and a grand promonado of solid
granito extends for ninny miles. An en
gineer of great celebrity proposes build
ing n drain of 2} miles to reccivo tho
oflhl and wuste of London, which will be
gathered for tho purposes of manuring
planting lands. ? \ "lX
COMMUNICATED. ? ?.?VHpf? !
To this Tim us :?As, . Town Marshal
on Friday, evening, I had occasion to ar
rest a colored man for riotous conduct.
I used every ende?vor to make tho man
keop quiet, beforo I resorted to force,
and failing to got assistance frohi by
standers to carry the men to jail, I ap
pealed to the Mayor, who for his pains
in furnishing tho assistance of a gentle
man, received a wholesale volley of curs
ing from the prisoner. . Tho man was
put iii jail; und 1 was arrested aud tried
beforo a Trial Justice for an assault, and
my sentence wiis a fine of $25.00, or go
to jail for twenty-live days. 1 would
simply ask through your paper if the
office of Marshal is not to be supported
by tho council, and what hope is there
for the peace of the community, if, >n the
discharge jf his duty, he is to be drugged
up and punished when he is carying out
the laws of the town.
"Who is Responsible?"
"The publick were advised a few weeks
ago of tho hearing given by'the Supreme
Court of South Carolina to tho inaiida.
mus case of Morton, Bliss & co., which
rnvolves the validity of about ?7,000,000
worth af State bonds. The publick have
not been advised of the decision ye'..
The financial reports advise us' that tha
highest price obtained for 'South Caroli
na' is 32\; while the January and July
lmnds oriug barely 15.
"This ruinous beggar)', of price is not
tho fault of tho taxpayers, clearly. They
pay well. Let us see how well. In 1860
the taxable property hf that State was
worth 8-1*7,310,128, and the taxes levied
were 8574,305. In 1870 tho taxable
properly is reduced to 8183,013,337, and
the taxes Levied were 82,415,047. That is
whilo tho taxable property decreased in
value more than two and a half times,
the taxes increased to more than four
times as much, and tho taxpayer who, in
1800, paid 81 70 on tho 81,000, in 1870
paid 813 13 on that amount.
"Now, since 1870 tho scnlo of taxation
lms gone up steadily, aud tho taxes have
been paid. The responsibility for a de
preciated credit does not rest ou the- tax
remarks hy the news and courier;
Tho responsibility rests upon the
knaves, calling themselves Rcpublicanss
who have governed this State for five
years. There has been criminal extrav
agance, wherever there is not downright
stealing. Tho beggars on horse-back
have dono their best to ride the Stato to
life devil. A public debt increased from
six millions to sixteen, and*, taxation in
creased from an average of four hundred
thousand dollars to over two millions.
That is the "Republican" record in South
And so it will ever be, as long as such
a rule is winked at by Courts whose time
woiild be well employed in trnusforing
froiii the offices of trust, those wh'> ought
to be in tho Penitentiary. Ei>.
Of miss ALfiEitn?Ttrs soiroor. win
??o resumed on Monday, September1 8tli,
1N7IJ, ul the ripdduiiqc off. A?JetU>rd's ltussell
street- For Tonus, ixe, apply as above.
Aiijt, 21, 187:t \>.f It
W. J, DeTreville,
A T TO R N E Y AT LA W.
Office al Court House Square,
Orangcburgj s (.'
mchio 1 vi
HE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between Egpl. MYERS & 1). J.
CARROLL is tliis <MgdisaoIved by mutital
'IcoUHfiiE The husinetM will lie
.7 . Ca
?RAN?Elf?U? AGIircfJLTUIlAL AND
A MEETING OF THE 8HAREHOLD
JTL era, is called, for Monday, September 1st
1873, at Engine Hall, ?rangehurg, at 11 o'elock
a. in., tu veto upon an increase of the Capital
Stock. ~_ *t\ 'XT** :j> v -fc in
, , Bp order j?f tbo Directors, 3[?? .aBfi
- aug. 21, 1873 27 2t
Carolina Military Insti
I CITAltLO^Tfc n. d' :
1? iTtwty* JoaTted
ACCESSIBLE ALIKE TO NORTH AND
.' The NORTH CAROLINA .MILITARY IN
STITUTE' formerly conducted cv Gen. D. II.
Hill, will he re-opened on October 1st next,
under the abovo name. The Military feature
will be adopted as a means oficcuring discip
line and of improving' the physique of the Ca
det It will not be allowed to* preclude appeals
to the moral sense, nor to infringe unduly upon
die scholastic e.<erciscs of the Institute.''
The course' of instruction will embrace both
Scientific 'and _ Classical Studies. The.cflyrt
will be: to make the education of the Institute
sound,' thorough, and practical; and to imbue the
Cadets with the highest moral sentiments.
A Preparatory Rcpartmcat will be attached
to the Institute. No applicant admitted under
twelve years of age. All Cadets from abroad
must reside at the Institute.
The Acrttloiidc Session begins on the 1st of |
October and cftda on the 27th of Junsi -Iii*
divided into two terms offouraud a-half mouths
web. Tho military Seslon will begin Jmic
28th and end July 15th.' An encampment in
the vicinity ofsome one of the Mineral .Springs
of the Carolinas, and practical exercises in Sur
voving. Engineering, etc., will be features of tile
The terms for Boawi and Tuition for the year
including Text-bookn, Fuel, Lights, and Wash
ing, are $300; payable one half October. 1st,
and the other half February 14th.
Cadets are required to bring their own'towcl?
and bed-clothing for.cot-matresses, and to fur
nish themselves with the following articles of |
Uniform clothing, made and trimmed accor
ding to pattern prescribed' in the Institute,
viz., One suit?jacket sind pants of winter fn
ric ; one?jacket and pants of summer fahrte ;
o.iedres* suit?coat and pants ;onc cap. When
ever desired, thcie articles may be obtained at
'The undersigned will ho assisted bv (ten.
D.H. Hill, and Prof. AY. S. Dial ley, M D..
(Grad. So: Ca. Mil. Acad., and Bo. Ca*. Med.
Col.) and other competent instructors. " ?
The buildings ol the Institute are located on
an elevated site in the suburbs of the city of I
Charlotte. . The flip ill lmihlin'g isbtiilt of brick,
about 275 feet by 50 fett, three stories high,
and'adapted to the pu p >.-e. The grounds are
attractive, contain'a beautiful grove or oak
trec?,'- and embrac e twenty-seven acres?thus
,gj.ving ample space (or recreation, and for Mili
tary and Gyniflastte exercises. The location is
healthy and commanding; and the water espe
cially pure and wholesome.
j: p. Tiioftf as, -
Su i >criu temlen t.
B?TA-. Applicants for Cado/ship in the Insti
tute will haifd in their names as early as pos
?ang. 21, 1873 27 1m
raMIF. DWELLING HOUSE AN*|) LOT,
a. On the Pclloville Road* Terms easy*
July 31 -It JAS. F. IZLAR.
? FERSKER & DANTZL10U,
D 13 "NT T I S T "S ;
Orangeburg, S. 0?
OfKee over MeMustcr'.s Briek Store.
F. F^mwKid T. A. dant/i rn, D. I). S
MOSES M. MOWN,
MARKET STREET, ORANUKIU'RO, S. C,
(NKXT IloOlt TO Sl UAl'S vt Stkkbt's MILT..)
RAVING permanently located in the town,
would re.-peetfully solicit the paltonage ol"
the citizens- ifrcry cllhrt will be used to give
June 18, 1873 18 ]y
Creo. S. Hacker
lOoors Sashj -Blind ?
^IIISISAS lAiYGE AND COMPLETE,
n factory as there is in the South. All work
manufactured at the Factory in this city. The
otdy house owned and managed by a Carolin
ail in this city. Send for price ?M. Address
GKO. S. HACKEE,
l'ostollice Rox 170, Charleston, S. C,
Factory and Warcrooms on Kine; street oppo
site' Cannon street, on line of City Railway;
Oct. 80 * ly
SASHES AND BLINDS*
,. . .:. i^^^lBS*
Moulding^ Rrrtckcti, Stair Fixtures, imild
vi-' Furnishing Hardware, Drairi I'ipe, Floor
Tiles, Wile Guards, Terra ?ptl? Ware, Marble
and Slate Mantle PI? ccs.
Window (ilass n Specialty.
VSf* White Pine Lumber for Sale.
Circulars and Price List* sent free on applica
tion, by P. p. TO A I.E.
No. 2'J Hayna and 33 Pincknev street,
>ei 1 ly Charleston, S. C.
SOUTH CAROLINA KAILKOAD.
RT CiiaAAn, sAy-$no
BpseuflrlAinB oMtflkf South f^rol'u
Ht?r?jpi^S run as follows:
(??eave Charleston - 6:00 a m
Arrive at Augusta - - 1:45 p in
Leave Charleston - 6:00 o m
Arrive nt Columbia. - 1:50 p m
Leave Augusta ? ' --' 5:30 a in
Arrive nt Charleston ' '-. 1:10 pm
Leave Columbia - . - - mo 6:20 a m
Arrive nt Charleston - . 1:10 p in
ajjousta nicht kxpkk^f^,.^
Leave Charleston* - 8:10 p m
Afrrive at Aifgusta' - 1 - 7:15 a m
Leave Augusta j , ? . - 6:15 p m
Arrive at Charleston - 5:35.. a m
odt tu *>w('#-*t?;o?j UairrMirwhii kin*
COLUMBIA NICHT KXPRF?g
(Sundays excepted?) sn>\ (:?*
Leave Charleston - 7:10 p in
Arrive at Columbia - 6:15 a m
Leave Columbia ? , - ; 7:1,5 p in
Arrive at Charleston - 0:45 a m
;i ? l*td fcUMMERVILLE TRAI*f.
Leave Summerville - ;"'7:35 am
Arrive n't Charlest?n o *3ch4jT**#:3ffc?ln
Leave Charleston.^ vo^ff- Jc?fv;i3:3? p ni
Arrive at Summerville at - 4:40 p ni
tdl ^oicd ?cAMI)FJ^BftAKClr. ?d L-a?*e*
Leave Camdcn - - 3:55 a m
Arrive at Culumbia - 8:30 a m
Leave Columbia .- 10;40 a m
Arrive nt Camdcn. .3:25 p.m
Day and Night Trains connect at Au
gusta with Macon and Augusta. Railroad
and Georgia Railroads. 'This is the
<|Uiche.st and most direct roule, unit as
comfortable and cheap ns ahy:'other route
ton Louisville* Cincinnati, Chicago,'8t.
Louis and all'other point*-West and
Northwest. ciirc ? tactic Ihr?
Columbia' Night Train** ^ojaivcet with
Greenville and Columbia RaiFroatl/arid
Day and NightTrain^coWncct with Char
Through Tickcts.on sale, via this route
to all poiiits North. , . ?
fewsw'TU '^.oi'iBi r*el ^mi is.'* oc.?%ji oaj
Camdcn Train connects at Kimjviile
daily (except Sundays) with Day Passen
ger fraiii, and runs "through.to Columbia
A. L. TYLER, Vice-PresideiU. "
S. 13. Pievens General Ticket Agent.
?i?? b^?ROi:J M- .uk-Wo-V- *i.-U>*:tmfc
DU. II. liA&I*,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
131 Meeting. Street, Charleston, So. Ca.
DU. 1!A Hit keep* a complete abetment of 1
everything thai belong-, to hi- branch <>f|
'lu:tdnew?i nod make* a f?pecinHy of Trusses, Ah
Unices for ladies or gentlemen Al-o Mag
neto-Kiocrvic Batteries, I foinu np.ithirMedi
ci m-s; ami Medicine Che*ls for Phyidciaus or
lie if proprietor rlf numerous valuable reme
dies, and agent f?r iiiuny nion.v lie cordially
invite* ordern from his couutrv friends.
aprd l.C, 1S7M S " Gm
Great reduction in prices of Spring
Goods, bought in the last ten days.
IF you want to get the best and cheap
er, t ready-made Spring clothing, go
F you want good Sugar, 8 lbs for 81
?ro to McNamaras',
IF von want Gcntlemens' Cnssimcres.
Cloths, Tweeds, Meltons, Drab' d'ete.
Summer drills and cottonades, etc., all
of the best quality, and the largest stock
in town, and at low prices, too, go to
IF you want good Brown Homespun,
ouo yard wide, at 121 cents, go to
F you want Ladies dress goods cheap
and stylish, go to
IF you want to buy cheap for cash, go
IF you want ladies and childrcns'shoes
of the best quality and nt low prices,
go to McNAMARAS'
Being thankful for the liberal patron
age iM'^towed on me in tha past, 1 ros
pcclfujly solicit a eontiiiuunco of thu
same J. McNamaua.
Appril 23, 1873 10 ly
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DR. THOMAS LEGA11E,
LATE KKfilOENT PHYSICIAN To TUB ROPElt
ANO CITY MOSI'ITAI< t)F CIIAnLEsTON,
OPFKIvS his prelensional rorvfees to tin
cemmunityi of Orangcburg and to tho p?IM
lie at largo.
O.FFjW.E lloens-From 8 to ? a. m., i to 2,
and 7 to !> at night.
# u rj.i I ?
Office! Manh t .Stri ct, over store of Jno. A.
1 aug. I f l>?7.i 2'*> . om
IT THAT THE WORKING*
this romimmity buy their Gro-'
?Russell ?trect and
Rail Road Avenue.
BPi? Goods deliver
Jan. 1, 18?S?W
BECAUSE they have .found
goods are CHEAP and FRIC&Il^
able* them to get an much for*
ii" r n ii ti w 11 mi mi ii
ue of charge. "O^f
FROM THE CELEHEATED FIRM OF
IjandrotH &' Co.,
Of the following descriptions.
flat dutch, . red to]-,
*. AMBER GLOBE, LARGE globj
low hut a bag.
to 1ms had lromL^ fsf MW9Att
Members t>f the Agricultural So
l>e supplied with Ruta Riga Seeil as usual.
#5?" Watches and Jewelry repaired
March 1.1*187$ "T^22??i
Slata&nd Mlrilc K-intlu: Fleer ?ndDn
Ibb?vti MakersJSnt Wood\6\ ft
Send fbrPr ice Ltef.
\ I. H. H ALL & CO.
}fsnufj ehren &MP*lerr.
2,4:0, B,?6.2farAet Street, ft
?23, 225,Jijj(J3dy,- I
This cut entered.according tp Act of C*
in the yc:ir 1S7S,'hy 1. If. H.-.ll & Co
otlicv of the ? Librarian of Congrcsi?,
"?y t?h> - ^ A *m m?'i
riMIK UNDEKSH.NFD IS, agent for
JL the c K lii aU d l'lizo-Mcdal Taylor Gin,"of
which he has sohl 2? in this county. Also, the
Nublett iV (ioodrich Gin, highly recommended
On hand. One 00 Saw, and One -15 Saw
nFnr ett ? GoonRreiTOlw!
furni.dicd at Agent's pri.cs ??^hb?
J. A. hamilton.
July 10, 1S73 21' ^ tf
?-?**.tint ,ismss o4v?ar?r?&<? Bop *
?hl tii-lrtsii rMfe*
The recent test of Fire-Proof 8afe*
by the English Government proved
the superiority of Alum Filling. Nft
other Safes filled with -
Alum and Plnster-of-Pftrls, \
265 Broaclway9 N? Y.?..':^ ^
721 Ch&stnut St., PhHa*
?ovi l!i Is* rw* r>a? ,~.MVMMtfi 19
Ano. 7, 2873 2.">^*9i?a?afcW?
a r> *3r
rjlIIE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
Inform.; the public that he now prepared t<?
funiirii MUCK'S in any'quantity. All ?rd-rs
? ?)';'< lJ)*3 ?)6t* ?rV?4 |*f
will meet prompt a?euupn, ^ tp^fc ?M
.1. <J. EDWARDS.
may \ nil tU fli fx'VTU?Jii &mJ *a?*t?i$*?
1 ;.oJ jiovut 01 ?bwi 3t? b** Uti lo ?liv?