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THE ORANGEBURG TIMES
Is published every
?RA NGEBURG, C. H>, SOUTH CAROLINA
ORANGEBURG TIIQES COMPANY.
KirJk Robinson, Agt.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
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' JON PRINTING in it* all depai tuients
neatly executed. Give us a call.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
Charleston, S. C., June 28, 1872.
On nnd nfter SUNDAY, Juno 29, tho
passenger trains ou the. South Carolina
Railroad will run as'follows:
Leave Charleston ? - 6:00 a m
Arrive at A-ugustn - - 1:45 p m
for Columbia. ,
Leave Charleston - 0:00 a m
Arrive at Columbia, - ? 1:50 p in
Lenvc.Augusta ? . - 5:30 a m
Arrive nt Charleston - . 1:10 p in
Leave. Cohunbia - 5:20 am
Arrive nt Charleston - T:10 p in
fVr?USTA NK'JIT EXritJvSS.
\ (Sundays excepted.)
^?payr?"CiittVi^loi* - 8:10 pm
SArri.ve. at Augusta - - 7:15 a m
t fjjcave Ai'gindu - - 0:15 p m
Arrive at Cha:Ii'Ston - 5:35 am
? rOM'aJIHA NJGH1\ KX-PRFSS
Leave (".....'..-ion - ? 7:10 pi?
Arrive at. Columbia - 0:i..' a in
Leave Columbia -v ?- 7:15 p til
Arrive at Charleston - ' (5:15 a ni
Leave Summerville - 7:35 a ni
? Arrive at Clmrleston - 8:30 a ni
JLeavo Clmrleston - 3:35 p m
Arrive at Summcrvillo at - 4:40 p m
Leave Canulcn - - 3:55 a m
Arrive at Culumbia - ?8:30 a nr
Lcnvo Columbia - - 10;4l) a m
Arrive at Camden - 3:25 p hi
Day and Night Trains eonnect\it Au
gusta witbMacou and Augusta Railroad
nnd Georgia Railroads. Tins is- the
quickest and most direct route, and as
comfortable and cheap as any other route
to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St.
Louis and nil other points West and
Columbia Night Trains connect with
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, and
Day and Night Trains connect with Char
Through Tickets on sale, via this route
? to all points North.
Camden Train connects at Kingvillo
daily (except Sundays]) with Day Passen-;
ger Irain, and runs through to Columbia
A. L. TYLER, Vice-president;
S. R. Pickcns General Ticket Agent.
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DR. TilOM S JjKG ARE,
LATE BE8I0ENT ZMIYSICIAX TO THE IlOVKIl
ANJ> CITV HOSITTAL OF CHARLESTON,
OFFERS bis professional services to the
community of Orangehurg and to the pub
lic at large.
PfywE Houiujr~From 8 to 0 n, m., 1 to 2,
nnd 7 to 9 at night.
Office, Market Street, over store of Jno. A.
.aug. 14 1873 20 0m
MOSES M. BROWN,
MARKET STREET, 0RAN0ERUR?,. S. C,
(next noon to Straus & Strket's mill.)
HAVING permanently located in the town,
would respectfully solicit tho pnlronagu of
the citizens* Every cnort will bo used to give
JuneJ18, 1873 18 ly
REEDER & DAVIS,
GENERAL OOBIMISSIOKr KIER
ADGEE'S j "NVHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Ost?? Reeder. Zimmernian Davis.
Sept. 10, 1873- 3Q 3m
?-?? . ? . ? .'-f?
THE HOME, SHUTTLE
TO BEST, Because it is perfect in its work
"Tr!~ Because it has the endorsement of bo
many ltulic* wlio use it; because it i* simple,
and because it can be boiight complete,on table
for only $37,00.
JOHN A. HAMILTON.
Agent for H. S. S. Machine,
march 0, 1873 tf
TBliin exeroisca of thin School will bo resumed
JL on Monday Ser^tcinbcr 1st, 1873.
TERMS PKR toONTil: /
Brginncra MiVt!> - - - . - -'$2.00
Latin and Greek 50c extra,"each.
Board per school week ? $3,50
" " ." mouth 12-00
HUGO G. SHERIDAN
. ? Teacher
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W. J. DeTreville,
A T T O R NE Y A T LAW.
? Orfioq at Court House Square,
:' "?? :i: "n. fj ft . : - .
Orangcl?ur?, S. C.
JZTujMlk & DIBBXiE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, .
Orangcburg, S. C.
,I\h. F. IZI.aii. <* . ??.-DlBJJLK.
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S>K. II.' 'JBA13EK,
. -WHOLESALE ?ND RETAIL
IUI Meeting Street, Charleston, So. Ca.
IS Yll' BAEfi keeps n complete assortment of
il everything that belong1* to his branch of
business ; and makes a specialty of Trusses, Ab
uoniina! Suj?porters, Klastic Stockings, Shoulder
Unices, for ladies or gentlemen ? Also Mag
neto-Elcotric Batteries, Hoimconathic Medi
cines: and Medicine Chests for Physicians or
He i* proprietor of nunicrdua valuable remo
dics, a?d n^ent for iriany more. Ho cordially
invites orders tV(>m hi* cbuiitrjr friends.
april 10, 1873 8 Gm
Geo. S. Hacker
Doors Basil, Blind
rWISLSAS EAP.GE AND COMPLF.TF,
I. a factory a*; th-.-re is in tbc South. All ?.ork
manufactured at the Factory in this city. The
only house owned and managed by n Carolin
an in this city. Send for price list. Address
GF.O. S. HAGICER,
Poptoffioe Dor 170, Charleston, S. Cl
Factory and WarerooinsonKing street oppo
site Cannon street, on line of City Bailway,
Oct. 30 ' ' 3y
SASHES AKD BLINDS,
Mouldings, Bracket1', Stair Fixtures, "lmild
ers' Furnishing Hardware, Drain Pipe, Floor
Tiles, "Wiio Guards, Terra Cotta Ware, Marble
and Slate Ma*\tlo Pieces.
Window Glass a Specialty.
?ST White-Pine Lumber for Sale. i
Circulars and Price Lists sent free on applica
tion, by P. P. TO ALE.
.No. 29 Hayne and 33 Pinckncy street,
oct 1-ly Charleston, S. C.
will give men
THAT WILL PAY
from $4 to $8 per day, can bo pursued in your
own neighborhood ; it is a rare chance for thoso
out of employment, or having leisure time;
!:irl? and boys frequently do as well aa men.
Address J. LATHAM & CO.,
202 Washington St., Boston, Mass.
Sept. 4, 1873 ? 20 Ot
AN*ACT to Remedy and'Suvim.
Tnr. Loss of Public Records, ant? j
to Perpetuate Testimony in
Regard to Deeds, Mort?aueh,
Settlements and otiier Papei
Lost by Fire at Adbeville. " S
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Section "T.' Be it aiactrd by ttft|l
Senate and House of Representatives of
the Stato of South Carolina, now m?M
and sitting in General Assoiubly, an<?||
by' the authority of the same, That any j
party to a rocord, plaintiff, defondatt|B|
assignee, or auy person having an inte^W
est in any judgment, or agricultural li?oSB
the rocord of which has been dcstroyeJH
by fire at Abbeville, on the 19th JausH
ary and 17tb^Novomber, 1872, shatiW
havo tho right to supply tho same in thJH
following manner :
Sec. 2. That the party desiring I
supply such record may, upon noticBq<fB|
not less than twenty days, served powH
sonally upon tho otbor parties iu. iaterJH
est in such record, make Application 'tpM
tho clerk Of tho Court for leave to S?bst^W
tuto a now tecdrd, which applications
bhail contain, as nearly as possible,''qm
statement of the names of thd particssH
} the amount of the debt, tbo outry of said?
judgment add execution, tho names ofjan
the attorneys of record, with such ol!re|9
particulars as the applicant may doonjffl
proper to bis *ease j al) which shall bsjl
verified dy the affidavit of the applicants
or his or her agent or attorney, aoeord^fl
iog to the best of bis knowledge, iuforma-JS
tion and belief.
Seo. 3. That upon- fuilurtf of the party ?
or parties, served as nfora?id, to answejrS
Such application, iu .writing, to bo tiledM
in tho olerk's office within twonty dayajB
thore,aftor, exclusive * of tho day of ser^B
vice, tho clerk.of the Court .<-hall docket <
judgment for the party filing said apry- fi
cation.- ? - ? ? '-?^w8
Seo. 4. That if tho part}' or parties, )
* served with notieo, as ^ubove, lilo with, j
tbo clerk of the Court, withiu twenty'
. days after such service, excluding tUo
day of serviceman nUswer to the applica
tion, denying, upou oath, tho applicant's.
right to the roliet" sought, with .jt stulo
mont of the goutida why such rapphca
tion should not be grauted, tbo/jurisdic"
tiou of the clerk of the Court shall.cease,
and ho shall refer the 'application',
answer, and auy accompanying papers^
to a commissioner, for whoso appoint;
ment provision is hereafter made.
Sec. 5. That said coinmihsioner shall >
tako, in writing, all tho testimony intro
duccd Ly one or both parties, according
to law ; shall hear and dtcidethe mutter -
in controversy, report his decisioh in
writing nl)d, with it, return all the
papers tc#tho Court of common.Picas.
From the decision of the commissioner
no oppoal may bo taken to the Court by !
tbo party or parties dissatisfied there
with, as in case of an appeal from the
decision of Referee appointed under the
Cade. If tboro be no appeal, the clerk 1
of the Court* shall docket judgment
according to tho report and dcoision of
Seo. G. In every enso in which the
dofendant or defendants in any buriicd
judgment or decree shall be absent from :
and without tho limits of this Statu, in
lieu of the service required by this Act
it sbnll be sufficient to publishd, in a
newspaper of Abbeville County ono
month's notice of such application, and,
if tho absentee's residenco is ku?wn, a
copy of the paper containing thcrpubli
cation shall bo mailed to bis or hor ad
dress : Provided, That nothing heroin 1
contained shall prevent such absent ?
defendant or defendants, within two
years nf'tcr-thopi.blication of the notieo
. in this Section provided, from moving
tho Court, upon a proper showing, to sit
aside such judgment or decreo.
Seo. 7. Tho County commissioners for
Abbovfllo County shall, forthwith, *
furnish tbo olerk of.said County with a
book or books of proper size, suitably
rulod and securely bound, to bo labollod
"Abstract of -Rurnt Judgments and
Decrees," in which the said clerk shall
enter an abstract of every such judg
ment and decreo, a new record of which
shall be so ordered to be substituted,
Betting out, in distinct and appropriate
columns, as near ns possible, the names
of all the oriftiual parties, plaintiffs' and
[dabU'': attorneys, tho;dat? 6f 'tfio'
ig of jjht judgment or filing of tli?M
&fl the amount.of tho recovery, the
^eariqgjinterpBt,'and the daj^ftom,t
i i the interest began to, (run, the . ?
co actually duo nt tho dato oftho*
iction, the date of the entry of the''
ihl' process,1 Uh o hist process issued
ie execution of such judgment, arid 1
ooste duo thereon, i-i And siioa'
s? . ehall, without othor or furthor
d, be good and, ^ufficieut in law for .
irpoises for which the original record
'could have bieu used,'and of equal
>rity'therewith in all respbets.
o. 8Mu any cabo provided for in
Act, if the applicant, or; in caao.of
Jcath, his personal reprc8entativc?
make oath,03cording to tho beat
ft' knowledge and belief, that a dis
?y from the party or parties.re
icnt is 'the only raean3 by which
lost or destroyed record or docu;
pea be establiafodj and also of the
ur: qxistcuco . ?nd of the lo?s and
uctipn^f, such record or other docu,
, hq may, if tho respondent, or .
.of thorn, if more tha'u one be
t living, hud be within tho limits of tho;
:-Stnte, call ; upon such respondentto
answer, on path, as to tho former ex is
teoco of such reoord or other document/j
? and (as ,to its contents, character, and.;
fc, descrAption, and also a3 to the amount
r- duo thereon. And in case such" respond
cnt, after--at' least ten days'-personal
'-. notice, ^if ho be*within the Couuty
when such pruceodiug is had, and
- twenty days if ho is not,) shall fail to
answer, upon oath, the interrogatories
so propounded', such failure to answer,
(uulcss satisfactorily explained or ao
counted for,) shall bo taken and obn
?siderod as an adtnisaion by such rispond
cnt of tho truth of the facta stated and
' act forth in tho applicant's, affidavit; ,
WttBBf?j$i That such admissioa shall
only ati'ocl the party s'> tailing tu answer
as aforesaid,, and Iiis legal represent*
tives. If auch respondont shall dony,
oil oath, the former existence of such
record or o'hor docuuiout, fo attempted
to. be set up, or shall ? deny, ou onth, that
there is' anything duo thereon to such
applicant,' or "bib logal representatives,
or shall deny any other material fuel '
alleged in the applicant's affidavit, tho
answer of the respondent, togethor with
the affidavit of the applicant, shall'be
considered as evidence in the case, and i
shall, with such other testimony as the
parlies on uoth sides may ofTor, bo sub
rhittcd to the Court: Provided, That no
costs shall be taxed*- nguiust the respond
cut" ,for the intorrbgatoru?.which may
be. propounded; to . him under the pro
visions of thU Act.
. Se< \ 0. That the commissioners of tlm.
Couuty shall provide a book or books
for tho clerk 6T the Court, in which tho
Braid ? clerk shall record an abstract of all
tho' detds, convoy an cos,- mortgages,
settle merit*, hens, and other instruments' I
iu writing | heretofore . reoorded, and
required by law to bo recorded, which*
abstract shall contain a stntoiueut of tho
uames of the parties, a brief slutemout
of tho names of the parties, a brief state
meht of tho property mentioned in tho ;
deed or other instrument, tho dato of
the paper, tho time when tho registry
was made, and tho certificate of such
registry shall bo enterod anew on said
paper. And tho said deeds, oouvoy
uncos, niortga^es^fettloirionts, liens, and
otlicr instruments in writing, shall bo
recorded ns abovo provided for within
? six months from \the ratification of this
Act, othorwiso thqy shall uot prevail as
liens against subscqusiit creditors or ,
? purchasors for a valuable consideration
Seo. 10. That in caHO any: deed, con
vcyancb, settlement mortgage, Agricul
tural lien, or other instrument ioJwrit
ing, shall have been duly rocordod, and,
after registry, rodolivorcd to tho ownor ;
thereof, and the, same shall'havo boon
mislaid, lost or destroyed whilst in
possession of the owner, or in easo of
any dcod, couvoyanco, mortgage, scttlo
mont, agricultural lien, or other instru
mcnt in writing requiring registry, shall
have been delivered to tho llcgister
with such intent, and shall have been
burnod . whiiat in the offico oftho Regis
tcr of Mcnso conveynneo, and beforo
rcdclivcry to tho owner thereof, an
abstract of all such deeds, conveyances,
mortgagee, RcttibtricntS, 7 agricultural
Hepa, "tt?d' other instruments in writing, <
?hall, bo prof od!) 'as in t h o. caso ? of j u d g i
mpnts, 'asaforgsibi,. an4;rocordod bj tb,e,j
clerk in .the book books, as ordered in
tbo preceding Section of this Act.
ui Sec. 11. That 'nbt'ii'ing herein con '
ta in cd shall prOVctit any One froth bst?b'
limbing, on tbo trial of any cause' any t
lost or. burnt, papor, according to tbo
rules of evidence now.existing. .
Sec. 12. That tbo Judgo of the
Eighth Judicial circuit shall havo pow
er -to appoint a person, who shall be
called ? a oouirimsioner,'"to bear and
decide all. questions to be referred to
him, as required under the provisions of
this Apt. ? .
.Sec. 13. The County commissioners.'
are authorized and required to employ
tne service of a ;'competent person t?"
arrango properly,- in' tho new offico of
the Probate * J?dge.. ofskid County: alb*
tho record ,of.ti?a late Court o( Equity
which properly hebaug\tp the Probatp
Court, and which wcrp paved in.a mixed
and disorderly conditio^ from tho late
fire in Abbeville.5 '
Sec. 14. That in cases ;whoro records'
are* altogether destroyed; or burned, tbo
exocution.exempted, the execution shall;
bo taken as priina Jhcjc cvi.douco of the
burned or lest record. ? ?
Skc: 15. That by tfe Substitution and
removal of judgments and paper.-*, as pro
vided by this Act', no party ?ball havo
any ".other, qr greater right than'would
havo oxisted had the judgment and con
vcyancc, inortgago, sottlcincut, lien, or
other instrument in writing, never boon
burned, mislaid, lost or destroyed.
App/ovcd' February 27i 1873;
Hqvr tO\Turn O ut ;
a The,duke of . .yVeUington always slept
ou ah iron camp bedstead eighteen in
che* wide.- "When a man wants to turn
over," Iso said,"*it is time for him' to
turn out." The JOniper?r '"Nicholas did
tho ? same. Mr.- Owen says': The prin
cipled well enough ; but I (hink the de
tail is wrong., Sleep itself is far too im
portant to bo made, tip com for table. My
old friend Rossiter, fixed his alarm .'so
that, at tho forcordaiu'cd moment, tho
bed clothes were dragged from the bed,
and:Rossitor" lay .?.?shivering*- I have .my
self scnie where ihe" drawings.? and speci
fications for n patent (which I never, ap
plied for) whieb arranges a set of earns
and whcclwork under , the bedstead,
which, at the moment appointed, lift the
pillow end six feet, and deliver the sleep
er on his'feet on the'now horizontal foot
board. He is not aptnto sleep long af
ter that. Rossiter found, fliiplher contri
vance whi^hworked^ bctter.v.. Tim alarm
eloek struck a matcji, .which lighted t^i
lamp, which boiled thp water for Rossi
tcr's shaving.' : If'Rossifor stayed' in bed
tod dong, tho writer boiled oveV. tljp?n h
razor and clean diirt/and: tho prayer
book h,is; m(J?icr'gayp.him, and Cole
ridge's autograph, and, his open pocko
book, and nil the other precious things
he could put in a basin underneath when
be went to bed, so ho hhd to go; up be
f?ro that moment enmo.?Old And
The Colored People
At the South, it appears from th? fol
lowing table, are' not increasing as rap=
idly as before the war : .
? Alabama.?Tho negro population in
creased from 1810 to 1850, 37 per cont,
from 1860 to 1870, 13 per cent. :
Arkansas?Thb negro population in
erenscd from 18 iO. to 1850, 238 per cent;
from 1850 to 1860; 137 per cent.; from
18G0 to 1870. 10 per cent.
.F.lprida?PrMU 1830 to 1840,54 per
cent: from 1(350 to 1860, 47 per cent.;
from 185)0 fo'lcVTO, 48 per cent.
Georgia?Prem 1840 to 1850, 33 per
cent.; from 1850 to' I860; 21 per cent.;
from 1860 to 1860, about TTip1 or com.
, North rCaroliua-^-From. %840 to 1850,
18 per cent; from 1850 to 18G0, 14 por
cent; from I860 to 1870,.9 percent .
'South Carolina?Prom ? 10 to 1850,
17 per cent, from 1850 to I860; 5 por
cont; from 1860 to 1870;> only . 3,400,
being not 1 per cent. . .
TenuessQO-^From ,1840 to 1850, 33
por cent: from 1850 to 18?0, 15 per
cent.; from 1860 1870, Uj per cent.
Virginia?From 1810 to 1850, 6 per
cent.: from 1850 to 18GO, G per cent.;
irora I860 to 1870, a dimino?onnofc<i??
000, being 7 per dent, decreased*
30 per cent.: from 1850 to 1SG0, 30. per
cent.; from 18G0 to ^^^^/T'
pcing ubout^ r^fjcon^ - ? ,
. Keritucky?^pm; W^ft"''t^'IJ)
cent.; from 18CO. to^87A. a. d^ioatyri
of about.14,000, or1 some 7 i>eriQent*<?o
crease'. ? .-. ??; ' M t --ml JD?>
' Mi83is3ippi^Prom,'1810 to" 18507-70
percent.; from 1850 to ' ftf'tyr
cent.; from 1SG0; to 1870, an increase of.
less than 5,000, being about 1 } per
ceiU. ? UtW
Iii I?rrin-1 ? NT". :>u 1 .bvlfofa'. *
bJ :...Tbe.F4r8^^ ^ ^.
The "Boston Commercial Bunetm*?
relates a flaming story of1 a '-Horo". who
claims to havo sot fire to Cfliarlcstofflr?
1861. Tfis~objcc? was^rev^rigvo*ior' hav
ing bcon arrested oici s?sjpicion of being a \
spy. To ':cToate a'/nERO. oijlfof iani arch
devil, may suit tho Bulletin,:but if/j^tort
nal justice.is 8^prca^o,j;bi3:.firrav,\vil^jb3
hotter than the f>mc^; that left 2000
people hopi el ess. and .in utter; ruin, ^'J?Vo
remember t;hat appalling' nig*St?^MI
whisper was, it might*have been" tho
work of a yanketf cmissnry. Bo it so ; his
lb to oven at: the hands1 of h1a*c6un>^yrnen -
should havo;'boon instant death.,'- Bbfe?*
ton. Chicago, and other northe>a ^t?e? .
have burned since then, Our^m*$cnJtf|
havo been those of sympathy. Wo leavo
exultation over misfortune to tho cow
ardly and malicious1. ' : *,
Ouriour, ,Suicide at. Pittsbutgrv
Pittsburgh^Sopt, 10.r-A very, curious
suicide took, place: in Allegheny;.,las$
evening.. A young man named Alb?rij
Bang,, a, painter fby trade, canio h/cro
I some'two' months rigo from tfew 'Vort!
Ho worked quite steadily until a wecS:
ago when ho took to drinking. Last'^
evening he sat in his ofoora' looking oulfl
on tho railrpad! track. Just before six
clock, tho mail train came along, whox^
Sang .rushed out oftho house and t^rew(
himself in front of the train which ^passetf ?
ovor hnn. His head was terribly crush
| cd and death was almost iustantaueouif.
A man tmmcd J.' G.~?iid$8fa, was ar>
| rested hero yesterday1 for' forgery. Sev
eral checks for small amounts P wcro *
found pa hipp.-jUna ?lp^Mt'
i The ronuiins of tho.two., young men,
drowned in tho Allegheny river havo
not been identified. From their strpng^
resemblauce it is sur^osed^ they are
??? Odd Sayings
Lazy moh aro always th?'^Sw^p?dP
ti ve? Thoy are to? lazy to5 inform;them*'
solves, :a?d too lazy, to chango ??their
8 : i:: v .!-. n\ri^:nh&k&
A man will defend his . weak;, spot?.J%
great deal more sharply than ho will-his
If men Were stubborn just in propor
tion as they were right, stubbornness
would take her seat among' th?1 vikueVr5
I but men aro generally stubborn just in..
proportion as they aro ignorant and;
We have professors who teach ^tho art
of talking correctly: why can't we havo
some, who will te?ch tho art of listening1
patiently? :?: ? '?* ? - . .i vinnj^
. Slanders, travel on tho? wind-j andh
whorq they. come from and -whero ^hej-j
go, none of us soem to know. rrw>M
?A dispatch from Chicago"Bays, thai
a very largo meeting of the farrapra^of
Iroqubis, III.' was held at Gilntatf'o1 ww
days ago. Resolutions wefe5 adopted'fey1
? rdeoting rcnburicing:aii ;fohnBripoKw
ical affiliation, rebuking class legisla^
tipn, favpriug a rcyonuo tariff, calling,
for the abolition of tho national banking^
system, and for the assessment of rail
road property for taxation nt its "ctottr
valuo.' * Thoy pledged ? themselves n?v?H
to vote for any man who voted? for Jhfc;
baok salary or accepted! any back pay?'
and stigmatized tlio action of the Presi
dent in signing a bill that put 8100,00?i
in bis owu pocket ns an exhibition of
morbid avarice- unparalleled in Ameri*
?A disastrous firo at Havana has left'
2,500 families without homes, and de
stroyed, about $5,000,000 in property,