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Orange burg, 8. 0., Sept, 11, 1373.)
largeSt circulation in the county,
To change Contract Advertisements, notice
must be given before Monday noon.
) Our friends wiBhbig to have advertisements
Inserted in the TIMES, mmt hand them in by
Tuesday morning, 10 o'clock.
ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted at
the rato of one dollar and a half per square
Tor tho first insertion, and one dollar per square
" for each subsequent insertion.
? Liberal .tenn? ir-*4o with those who desire
to advertise for three, six *r twelve months.
gggU Marriage notices and Obituaries not
.exceeding one Squ&re, inserted free.
Henceforth, all Legal Ad.
vertisements. of County
interest, whether notices
or others, -will be publish
ed for the benefit of our
readers -whether they are
paid for or not*
Will have their papers regularly
mailed. Send us now names, build up
our paper/ and let every household in
tbe County bo a supporter of our enter
Will find it specially to their interest
to give us their cards. A conspicuous
notice will attend each advertisement.
To build up the interests of our merchants
(Is tho aim of the "Times."
A crowd of about 40 men and vaga
bond boys with clubs, started out on
Tuesday and by threats suceeded in clos
ing the following mills in Charleston :
Bticnrayer's Mill?employs 30 hands.
Hudgin's mill?employs 30 hands.
West Point mills*?employs SO hands.
Cbisplm's mill?employs CO hands.
Bemett's mill?employs 75 hands.
Most of these laborers and mill hands
received from 81 to $2 per day, and
were anxious to continue work, being
satisfied, but were intimidated by the
strikers. Tho city authorities seem to be
powerless to protect either employers or
employees. But hundreds of families are
out of bread in consequence of the^league
that raids on the rights of a freeman to
work how and for whom he pleases,
THE LATE DANIEL IiAVANEL
This venerable citizen and noblo Chris
tian died at his home in Charleston on
Sunday last. A long life of unsullied
virtue, and usefulucss is summed up in
the closing senteuco of tbe "News and
Courier" "A venerated landmark of the
past has beeu swept away; o life full of
years, and full of honors is closed. His
example will live as ah incentive for fu
THE TRUE SOUTHRON
Is nmoung the staunchest sentinels for
Southern liberty. It has never learned
the art of cringing for pay, and has no
darkening veil beforo its* eye. Tho pol
ioy schedule of hot and cold, fast and slow
is a critical one under nnny circumstan
ces, and when, it applies to principle, it
debases the time-serving agent, aud will
eventually wreck the establishment. The
Southron if plain in its denunciations,
is generally right.
Tho Bourbon Stupidity which Bona
parte ridiculed as neither learning or for
getting, is at least moro popular than
Republicanism, (lit from tho torch of
freedom's blaze in the west.) Xt is an
essential clement in French history, and
acts as a supply when governmental li
cense is at low ebb. The Jacobins of
1788, and the Communists of 1872, are
the same enemies of private opinion nnd
property. The one required a Napoleon
to impress his physical worth?to hue
out a way for government, at tho ex
pense of the emeute. The other needed
a McMnbon to put powder and lead at
higher value than human beings, who, to
crcato an idea, turn earth into hell.?
Thc right of Kings, was overturned by
tho Coraican, who, in turn, regretted
? tlic impote?co of man, as tho Bo?rhon
again took up Uie sccptro. The reverie,
of tho dreamy casuist iu tho dungeon of
Ham. was realizecl in tho Couris of Ver
sailles; and tho Emperor-soldier at Se
dan learned his destiny amid tho retir?
incnt of Chis?lhurst. To-day the choir
of the*Presidont is too lowly for tho fol
lowers of tho Golden Lilies, and they
clamor for a King. Tho Republican
iwua de la fyronmd,
"Lc couteau aang/axtt eat leva .
is hushed, and "vive le roi," is await
ing the&ars of tho Bourbon Count do
Spain, more inexperienced than her
neighbor is playing a desperate game of
chance. Life, limb and treasure will
pay the price of her experiment for Re
publicanism. England stolidly smiles at
the commotion, and holds to royalty, re
garding tho national head as a belle docs
her tiara, (for epurt occasions) to bo set
aside when not required. Av party cake
is only sliced to conservative birdlings,
with "open beaks and craving maws"
awhile, then causes a reaction. Old
Bishops die, Lord Lieutenants resign, and
Knights of the garter disappear to leave
tho best of modern governments, if mac
ulate, tho model of tho nineteenth cen
SERIOUS LABOU '^STRIKE,
Tho Longshore men of Charleston,
struck for higher wages ouo day . last
week. The strike was resisted, and a.
few of the gang returned to work: These
wero sot upon by the others, and were
badly beaten. The police were obliged
to guard the wharves to prevent any
fresh outbreak. ?
The New York "Herald" says : "This
decision of Judgo Willard is adverse to
tho'tax-ptfyors, but it is not at all proba
ble that, they will permit the matter to
rest until a final verdict is rendered by
the Supreme Court of tho United States.
Grave questions arc'on trial, involving
the integrity of tho Legislature*" and State
officials, and local rottenness is not like
ly to be faithfully probed by those who
have become infected.in its atmosphere."
Phew 1 Is this intended for the Chief
Justices of South Carolina?
The State, official Organ grinds out
It was "seriously, anxiously in hope
that tho Supreme Court would bo able,
justly and legally, to pronounce against
this enormous levy."
"Tho embarrassed niorchnut, ovcr
whelmed with debt, and crushed beneath
tho weight of pressing claims, still pre
serves his character for integrity, if he
does not deny his genuine signature"
"He may bo bankrupt?he may bo
liable to the charge of imprudence."
"Ho may, by his necessities, have been
compelled to sacrifice his assets at a ruin
ous discount. He may have been im
posed upon by his agents ; but ho cannot
cvado tho interpretation of his acts, nor
his just responsibility."
"Such is the situation of South Caro
lina (bankrupt) to-day. This condition
involves tho inability to pay in full."
DELIVER AND DIE,
Is the motto of the gin-seller, but it is
quite as consistent a motto for a Radical
Court. The suit of Morton, Bliss & Co.
against the Stato of South Carolina, has
been decided in an argument of ten col
umns, as published in the "News <fe Cou
rier. It decides the case iu favor of tho
relators. Tho finances of South Carolina
mn very low awhile.back, notwithstand
ing a triplo assessment and tax was fixed
upon real estate, all of which was squan
dered, enriching adventurous thieves.?
Bonds of the Stato v/crc issued without
warrant of tho Stato government, and
were sold'in Now York, for about 50c.
on the dollar, to raise a new supply of
funds, Tho fact of tho illegality of this
procedure novcr occupied the attention
of tho Court. Oh no ! The arrest and
punishment Of the thieves from Captain
to cow-boy, would have been an aspersion
of Radical p?fHty. But tho determina
tion to yoke the payment of 87,160,000
on the neck of our poor Stato is wholly
right and just. Such is law and such is
equity. Vje victis.
[For the ? Orangeb?rg ifYm?.J
A Well Deserved Tribute,
Patjkoks ov Husbandry-?From in
Minutes of Orancje Grange.
Resolved, That .tho thanks pf this?
Grange uro duo and arc hereby'mosK
respectfully tendered to our retiring Wj
M., Bro. W. F. Barton, for his continued}
and untiring efforts in our behalf, and the}
many sacrifices ho has mado in promov
ting tho interest nnd prosperity of ouri
Grange. And wo would assure him thatf
the olficieut and fraternal courso pursued!
by him as Master, during, his term of
office, will bo remembered by Us wittfc
affection aud regard. ?
Resolved, That while wo thus tendert
our Brother this-exprcssion of'ipur esteerui
and regard for tho services rendered us,
we would respectfully solicit his coutit
ued efforts in our behalf, and most c
pccially, by bis superintendence and i
struction as to tho correct and -propo
working of tho Order.
Resolved, That W. M. elect comntu'
hicatc the above expressions of our
gard and esteem to Brothor *?. M., \
F. Barton, in open Grange, and in su
manner as ho may deem most proper. '
The above resolutions were accepted
and, as a mark of respect, were p
standing; directed to bbenrolled as Mi
utes of tho Grange, and n summary to
bo sent to the Ornugeburg -Times, fo:
After a si)ort' address to Fast Mast
Barton by the. W. M. elect, in reference
to the above resolutions, tho former, n
ponding, regretted his inability as
speaker to express all that ho should lik
to sny to the Grange; but it may ret
still upon his efforts in its behalf, an
though he may retire from the duties
a Master,'.his good-will and assistam
shall ncycr be contrary to its welfare."
The singing of an Ode, and the-Bene
diction, by the- Rev. Brother J. D.
Browne, opened the way for tho magic
entrance of a sensible Patron's coIla-J
tion, furnished by two of the promiiicta
By direction of '
W. M., P. S. FELDER,.^
M. L. .Baldwin, Secretary.
Sept;. 4th, 1S73.
tt^u When Mrs-. Siddons was playing
Lady Macbeth in Dublin, at that par!
where a drum sounds, aud she exclaims
"A drum ! a drum ! Macbeth doth com
there where some difficulty or neglect
obtaining tho necessary instrument,- a
to her amazement a trumpet was sou
cd. Bho immediately myr Uovt
would be to say "drum" while the so
of the trumpet .filled tho oar3 of the au*
dience; so she said, "a trumpet.! a trun>
pet'." and stopped short, amid breathless
silence, not knowing how to rhyme, when
a voice from the galery called out, "Mac
beth doth stump it!'.at which thd hou
broke into a peal of laughter and a]
plausc, and the tragedienne, advanced
the footlights nnd bowed her acknowA
edgement for tho relief. She afterwards
tried to find out who it was, but failed to
do so, and never forgot what she cousiti.
ered the most genuine piece of wit sho
had met with in all her experience. \
A young, man both, gnxrolous anjl,
empty headed, inquired of a gentleman,
"Have you read the last edition of Shak
spoare by Gilmore Simms. His query is
about as absurd as this statement going
the rounds of the press about Mrs. Sid
dons. Lady Macbeth had ?0 occasiou
to say a drum, a drum, Ac, unless sho|
played tho part of a witch.
The Opelouias, La Journal, of the 15th
is responsible for the following: "Down
ii) the Parish of St. Martin, an. old
widow lady, whoso children bad ail
married off and left her alone, had been
persuaded to sell her land, buildings
and improvements one day for $2,000,
aud received tho money in cash on tbe
spot, in her own house, where the act
of salo was passed before two witnesses
also the paying of the money. In a
short time she was to give possession
but she romaincd in tho house tho
night following the* sale, all alone, or
with no masculine adult inmates, as ra??
her custom. Thatenight two negro burg
lars broke into the house nnd demanded
her money or her life she gave it to them,
but begged them to l?t her have $100
of it, as she owed that amount, and wan
ted to pay the debt, when sho would bo
satisfied. They finally consented to lot
her keep the $100. They ;hen ordered
her to make some coffee for them to drink.
In doing so, she bethought herself ef |
j?omc strychnine sho had in tho bouse,
and quietly dropped ti in tho pot of steam
ing coffee, and placed it on the table, with
cups spoons and sugar for them to poor
out and sweeting to their taste. This
thay did; and . drank in a jolly mood,
each 0110 having nine hundred audibly
dollars in his pocket. But in a fbw
minutes the tables were turned. - Ono
gavo up tho ghost where ho sat at the
table in his chair, and tho other jot
up staggered off a few feet, and tum
bled" over into eternity. ?The good old
lady recovered her money, and on ex-r
aminiug the persons of tho black bur
glarious robbers, thoy turned out to be
the two witnesses to thp act of sale,
iStfth whito men blackened for the oc
easbn?both her neighbors, and one
was her cousin."
Oranoeburq, S; C?.
September 20th, 1873.
Tho Managers of tho Election for
MAYOR and ALDERMEN of tho
Town of ?rangoburg, report tho fol
lowing as a statement of tho vote cast
for each candidate or person voted for at
FOR MAYOR i
Joab W. Moseley received 19i votes.
?George Boliver " 103 "
Henry Washington received 191 votes*
Joseph P. Harley " 205 "
Barnabas Williamson " 200 "
"Townsend D. Wolfo " 202 "
SP. E. McKinley 84 "
*Aug. B. Knowlton " 79 ??
?Gebrgo Williams " 79 "
*A. F. Browning " 60 "
I Scattering - - r 25 "
It is therefore announced that JOAB
W. MOSELEY, having received the
greatest number of vqte3 cast at said
Election is declared MAYOR of the
Town of-Oraugeburg, S. G., and Henuy
Washinoton, Joseph P. H?rley,
Bauxabas Wieliamsox, niid Tovrs
"bexd D; Wolfe, having received the
greatest number of votes cast at said
.Election, aro declared Aldermen of the
Town of Orangeburgj S. C. '
. F. II. W. BRIGGMAN,
E. J. Oeivkros, Clerk O. T, C.
Names marked "thus * are Radicals
I? c 1ST .A. -MI _A. ? .A. ? *
Great reduction in prices of ? Spring
Goods, bought iu the last ten days.'
IF you want to get the best and cheap
est rcady-mado Spring clothing, go
F(you waut good Sugar, 8 1 ha for 81
IF you want Gentlcmens' Cassimercs.
Cloths, Tweeds, Meltons, Drab' d'ote.
Summer drills and cottonndes, etc., all
of the best quality, and the largest stock
in town, and at low prices, too, fro to
F you want good Brown Homespun,
one yard wide, at 121 cents, go to
McN a m a ras*.
"F you want Ladies dress goods cheap
. and stylish,"go to
IF you want to buy cheap for cash, go
IF you want Indies and childrens' shoes
of the best quality and at low prices,
goto . McNAMARAS*
Being thankful for the liberal patron
age bestowed on me in the past, I res
pectfully solicit a con ii nuance of the
same. Ji McNamaua.
Apprll 2S, 1873 10 ly
<*F MISS ALRERGOTTC'S SCHOOL will
" bo resumed on Monday, September 8th.
187:5, at the resideuee of T. A. Jcflbrd's Russell
Street. Scholars should comiucnoc with tho
opening of the School.
Aiig, 21, 1873
OFFICE CO. SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
OnAMlEDUBO, C. II., S. C,
August 1st 1873.
? TO SCHOOL TRUSTEES,
Tho attention of School TruBlocs is here
by dirocted "o the following Extraot from
Chapter XXXIX Sco. ? Com Stut State S.
C. " . ? ?
"They BhftU rnulto or cnuse to hemado,
once in two years iu each School D*at. by
tho first day of September, an enumeration of
nil the children within the ages of 0 and 1G
years, rosidortt within such School Dist,,
distinguishing between malo and female,
white and colored, and the tiefk of the
1'ourd of Trustues shall return to tho
County School Commissioner a duplicate
copy of tho same."
"And in ease tho enumeration of tho
Scholastic population is not made as pro -
vided for in this Chapter, by that timo, tho
County Hoard of Sohool Examiners is
authorized to appoint new Trustoes for said
School District &c.
hi accordance with tho abovo you are
hereby retjuirod to foward to this offioo said
report without delay.
F. R. McKINLAY,
County JSchopl Commissioner,
Orangoburg Co., S. C.
august 'J 1873 8t
The State of South Carolina,
. In Common Pleas.
michael marbus, Plaintiff,
PAULINE MARCUS, Defendant.
To PAULINE MARCUS, Defendant in this
You are hereby ?vmmoricd to answer tbe
complaint in this action, which will bo filed
in . the office of the Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas for the said County, and to
serve ? copy of your answer on the subBori
bor at Qrangoburg 0. H., .South Carolina
within twenty days after the service of this
summons, exclusive of the day -of service.* *.
If you fail to answer this complaint within
tho time herein speoified, the Plaintiff -Jrill
apply to the Court for the relief demanded
in tho complaint.
AUG; B. KNOWLTON,
Orangoburg, C. II., S. C-.
. To Pauline Marens, ? the defendant above
named. Tako nbtice that the summons and
complaint herein* were filed in the office of
tho Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas and
General Sessions of Orahgeburg County
aforesaid ort the-26thday of July, 1873.
Aua. B. KNOWLTON,
jb.y 00 -1873 Ct,
THE STATE OP SOUTH CARO
Notice to Teachers.
OFFICE CO. SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
OriAxoirlimo Cousff, S. C.f
The COUNTY BOARD OF EXAMINERS
for Orangebnrg County, will meet at this
Office on Monday, Scptentbor l?tlf, at 10
o'clock A. M., and continue in Session for
eight (8) days, during which time all per
sons desirous of Touching in tho Free Com-,
mon Schools of this. County, (excepting
those holding unexpired Certificate.";) Will
present themselves before said Board for ex
f. R. McKiNlA*,
aug 30?2t CkairmnnV
OPFICE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS?,
Orangoburg, S. C, August 8ih, 1873.
Notice is hereby given that the ANNUAL
MEETING of the Board of County Com
missioners of said County will meet at this '
Office on the FIRST TUESDAY of SEP
17.MBER, 1878, ut which tirao the CLAIMS
against (ho COUNTY will bo CREDITED.
All persons aro hereby notified tu hand in
'their CLAIMS to tho Clerk of said Hoard on
or before the FIRST THURSDAY of SEP
TEMBER, 187S, otherwise said Claims will
not lit Audited <?i ?*iJ Annual Mcniitvj.
By order oflho ?o?J.
.E. T R. SMOVKE,
GEO. BOLIfER, Clerk.
aug 1G ftt
BOARD OF EQUAUZATMft.
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR,
Sept. 1st, 1873.
The COUNTY BOARD of EQUALIZA
TION will meet at this Office on Monday
September 8th, 1873, for tho purpose ot
Equalizing tho Real and Personal Property,
Moneys and Credits of said County. Par
tics dissatisfied with values placed on their
property by tho Auditor or his Assistants
can petition for a reduction of assessment.
JAMES VAN TASSEL,
sept 0 It
The State of South Carolina.
In The Court of Probate.
By AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON, Esq.,
- Judge of Probate in said County.
WHEREAS, Olin L. Strock hath np
pliod to mo for Letters of Administration
on the Estate of Gabriel Strock. late of
Orangoburg County, deceased.
These are therefore to cito nnd admonish
all and singular tho Kindred and Creditors
of the eald deceased, to bo and appear be
fore me at a Court of Probate for the said
County, to bo holden at Orangoburg on tho
30th day of August, 1873, at 10 o'clock A.
M. to show cause if any, why the said Ad#
ministration should not be grunted.
Given under my baud and tho Seal of my
Court, this 7th day of August Anno
AUG. B. KNOWLTON,
[L.S.] Judge of Probate 0. C.
aug 0 2f
PIANOS AND OHGANS,
Furnished on ?
TERMS OF LEASE:
All Payments made on Leas? Kill npply lotvards
lite purchase of the Instrument Loaned.
l*ianos t'olucd at
$450 to $f*)0 : : S75 ndvance, $25 monthly.
625 to ?00 ; : 75^dvnncc, 80 monthly.
026 to 760 : : 100 ndvance, 40 monthly.
Organs valued at
$126 to 200 : : $26 advance, $10 monthly.
226 to 350 : : 40 advance, 15 monthly.
300 to 600 : : 60 advance 26 monthly.
BS?- Parties who offer satisfactory Security
can pay'rbr Instruments in notes at 3, 6, 9, and
12 months' time.
? Call and find out other inducements offered
in both Timo nnd Cash Salt?, from
Agout for Orangeburg County.
may 22, 1873 14 tf
& QUESTION Afitt AH*
117"HY IS IT THAT THE WORKINot
I ? ? claw of 4hia rourinunity buy their Gro-1
X ?lbergottFs Store
Corner Russell Street and
Rail Road Avenue.
A.IT S W E R i
BECAUSE they, have found out that his
goods uro CHEAP and FRESH, Whw4ia
ablcs them to get as much'for ONE.DOXtAR,
OS tliey get for two at otler stores.
Call and examine stock before purchasing
BSL. Goods delivered, free of charge. -"?a
Jan. 1, 1873 II ly
TURNIP SEED I
FROM THE CELEBEATED FIRM 0#
Zaandreth & Co.,
Of the flowing descriptions.
FLAT DUTCH, f(Eb*$&p',
AMBER G LOBE,. LARGE GLOBE,'
ROM ERA X E A N GLOBE, YEL
LOW RUTA BAG A, &c., &c, &e?
to be had from
SIGrN OF THE
Members of tho Agricultural Society Wilt
be supplied with Ruta Bnga Seed as usual.*,
S&f AVntches and Jewelry repaired?
March 13, 1873 i ' tf
LH. HALL & CO.
\ ?.4sC,Z.J(t. Mar Act Street/
H f>25,Z25,I?*3rJ}4y,- .
^ cHAfaesroH, s. o.
This rutJ'u'ered ;w?<>rfh mr to-Art of <"ii?^n--Hf
Xtlte vear K "-', h.v T, It H.-xfl $ 13?^ ilfcf
of the Lin..:ria? of CeBjpres^ at
TIE ?iXDURSTOXFI) J? A^tvvT JOl|
theevtymitcd I'rixe-Mcdal Taylor Oifc, o*
which he SiA, sold- 255 in this aftnfy. Alty>,
Nehlett & <w>}dnfh Gin, highly recommended
by Col. D. W. .liken and others;.
On hand. 0?e 50 Saw, and. One 45 Saw*
and One 42 Raw,
NEBLETT & GOODRICH GIN?.
furnished at Agent's prii?P.
.!. A\ tfc.mU.TUX
July 10, 1873 . 2i if
The recent test of Flro-Proof Sales
by the English Government, proved
the superiority of Alum Filling. NO
other Safes filled with
Alum and Plaster-of-Paris. i
MARVIN & CO.,
205 Broadway, N. Y., v
721 Chestnut St., Phlla?*
Aug. 7, 2873
Informs the pubHc t..at he is now prepared to
furnish BRICKS in any quantity. All orders
j^vill meet prompt attention.
j, C, EDWARDS.