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ORANGERURGU SOITTli CAROLINA, ^IIIIRSDAY, NOVEMBER 2?, 1873.
TiIE ?RANGEBURG TIMES
TKURSD A Y,'
'ORANGEBURG TIDIES COiTIPANY.
Kirk Robinson, Agt.
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12 In-|24 In-Us In
sertion Iserhon jsortlon
I 13 08| 55 00| 83 00|125 00
*$2 a year, in advance?$1 for Pix rionths.
Jlffi PRINTING in its all dupaitmcnts
?neatly executed. Give nan call.
SOUTH -CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GirARLBS?; S, C, Oct 18, 1872.
On nud niter SUNDAY, Oct. 19, tlie
fusseliger trains on the South Carolina
Railroad will run its follows :
Leave Charleston - S):00 a m
Arrive at Augusta >? 5:00 p in
?Leave Charleston T):00 ?a in
?Arrive at Columbia, * 5:00 pm
Leave Augusta ? - 8:20 n m
Arrive at Charleston ?? 4:20 p m
Leave Columbia * 8:40 a m
Arr.iv* ntXIiU't'lcston * 4:20 p m
AtMU STX KlOtfV V.XI'RttW*.
<nSu ndays ex ceptcdO
avc Chariest m - 8:110 p tr
.Arrive at Augusta - - 7:">0 a m
Lc-uve Augusta - ? 0:00 pm
Arrive nt Charleston - f>:4() a in
i'oi.otitiA nicht kximu-ss
Leave OnVrlesrou * 7:10 pm
Arriv? at Columbia - 0:30 a in
J^eave ( olumbia ? - 7:l? p in
Arrive nt Charleston ? 0:4? n hi
Leave Summerville - 7:2o a m
Arrive at Charleston - H:40 a in
Leave Charleston - >">:10 p m
Arrive at Summcrvillo at - 4::i0 p ni
cam den 1iranch.
Jjcave Cnmdon - - 0:o0 a in
Arrive at Columbia - 11:00 a m
Jjcavc Columbia - - 1;50 p m
Arrive at Camden - 3:35 p in
Day and Night Trains connect at Au
gusta withMncon 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 sale, via this route
t'> all points North.
Camden Train connects at Kingvillc
daily (except Sundays) with Day Passen
ger Trnir., and runs through to (.'olumbia
A. L. TYLER, Vice-President.
:S. 15. Piekens General Ticket Agent.
P. C. STOUi. Agt..
lYimlwuilc and Retail Dealers in
at thk odd stand,
287 KING STREET.
HAY.1NG made arrangements to continue
. the buiuiicss lately conducted by the linn
of 8TOLL. WEHR ACo., 1 respcctfuly inform
my friends and customers of Orniigcburg
county that I have now in store a large assort
ment of good*, bought for cash, (luring the
Panic, which 1 am offering as low as any
House in the city. Thanking my friends ami
customers for the patronage so liberally be
stowed upon the old lirm. I hope by strict at
tention to business to merit a continuance of
the same. / will ttdhtft ?frirtly to the. one prirr
' system. Respectfully,
H. C. STOLE, Agent,
Successor to Stoib Wehl? ?fc Co.) 287 King
Street, Charleston, S C.
Nov. 13, 1873 30 3m.
s. r. meluchamp,
OlUNCxEBUKG, S. C.
\?7"ILL Survey in the town every afternoon,
T nnd anywhere in the County pivSatur
day*. To all points that cannot he reached hv
Railroad, the parties employing must fiH'iiish
OctllO, 1873 35 tf
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
. Famished on
TERMS OF LEASE:
All Pdyntcnta made on Incase will apply Inwards
the purchase of the Instrument leaned.
Pianos wdned at
$400 to $000 : : $75 advance, $25 monthly.
525 to 000 : : 75 advance, 30 monthly.
625 to 750 : : 100 advance, 40 monthly.
Organs mined at
$125 to 200 : : $25 ?Avance, $10monthly
225 to 350 ': : 40 advance, 15 monthly
300 to 500 : ! 50 advance 25 monthly.
?fjr* Partie* who offer satisfactory Security
can pay for Instruments in notes at 3, 0, 0, and
12 months' time.
Call and ilnd out other inducements ofie.rCd
in both Time nnd Cash Sales, from
Agent for Orangeburg Count v,
may 22, 1873 14 tf
Geo. S, Hacker
T)oorw Snshr Blind
1HIIS IS AS LARGE AND COMPLETE;
. u factory as there is in the South. All work
manufactured at the Factory in this city. The
only bouse owned and managed by a Carolin
an in ibis city. Send for price list. Address
OEO. S. HACK ER,
Postoilicc Ilox 170, Charleston, S. C.
Factory and ^VarcrooniKon King street oppo
site Caution street, on line of City Railway,
Get. 4M) ly
i)u! thomas luEGARIO, |
l.ATi: KKSIUKXT lMIYSH'lAX TO THE . IIOFKl.t
AN!' CITY JlOSl'ITAI. OP CHAllJ.KSTOX,
OFFERS his prclcssinnnl services to the
Community of Orangchur^ nnd to the puh
lie at large
Okkick IIouns-'-From S to 9 n. in., 1 to 2,
ami 7 to 0 at night.
Oflice, Market Street, over store of Jno. A.
aug. 14 1S73 20 Cm
THE HOME SHUTTLE
TO l*l'*^T, Recansc it is perfect in its work
Recause it has the endorsement of so
many ladies who use it; because it is Minplc,
and because it can be bought complete on table
for only $17,00.
JOHN A. HAMILTON.
Agent for II. S. S. Machine,
march 6, 1S73 tf
IZLAB Jb 3DI!BT3T-jT5,
attorneys at law,
Ornngelinrg, S. C.
.1 ks. F. I/i,.\it. S. Diunt.K.
REEDER &. DAVIS.
GENERAL COMMISSION MER
C H A I I 14 MST O N, S.. G.
Oku i ll Heeder. Zimmerman Darin.
Sept. 10, 1873 30 3m
l>KA f.KIt IS
llmks, Music and Stationery, and Fancy
ORANpEBURG, 0. iL, S. C.
old london dock cin.
Especially designed for the use of tb.t Medi
cal Profession and i\\e Family, possessing those
intrinsic medicinal properties which belong to
nil ()hl and Pure Giii.
Indispensable to Females. Good for Kidney
Complaints. A delicious Tonic. I'm up in
coses containing one dozen bottles each and
sohl Ay all druggist, "grocers, ?Vre. A: M. Hiiiin
ger & ('?>., established 177N, No 15 Reaver Street,
W- jt. ?eTreville,
A T T O R N E Y AT -LA AY.
Office nt Court House Square,
?rnngciAirg, S. t!i
; i ~ ? ; ' ~
E, X. M orison. Q, Tucker Williams
MORISON & WIl^IAMS,
05 South G?y St.,
HATI.MORE, MI). ?1
General Commission Merchants,
?Consignments solicited, and orders fur goods
promptly tilled nt wholesale market pricesJ
Liberal advances made on all consignments of |
< OTTOJC A PPECIAI.TV,
Refer by consent to Mr. John A. Hamilton.
Orangehurg S'. C, Penninmn & Rros. Win.
iK'vr^es & Co. Shrivcr, Ruck & Co. W. O.
Ratiscmcr & Co. V. L. Parker & Co. Sponcc ?
dt KID, National. Exchange Rank. Raltimore
IliilCT IMPOUT H OS"
. ? - '. ; '. ' . : '? .?
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLE
No. o2. East. Hay, South of t' e old Post
OIKce, Charlestoi)) s! C
GENT for the sale of the Magnolia Cotton
/V Gins. At the Fairs held at Savannah, Ga.
Iaht mouth, the "Magnolia" cotton (Jin ginned
l?nlhs seed cotton in three inlnu'c-s and forty
live seconds, taking the premium, and also the
prize of One Hundred Dollars ollcrcd hy the
Hoard of Trade for the hesl GIN. Several
have been sohl this season which gin a hale an
hour. The same gin tilwi took the premium at
the Cotton States Fair at Augusta. Ia>i October.
Feh. VA, 1X73 ?l ly
The recent test of Fire-Proof Safes
by the English Government proved
the superiority of Alum Filling. No
other Safes filled with
Alum and Phtstor-of-Paris.
265 Broadway, FL Y.,
721 Chestnut Gt.? Phila.
rujiNrsinxG goods, m.
MENKE & M?LLER,
Northeast corner King and YVentWorth Streets,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Invite nttention to their large and selected
stock of MEN'S; YOUTHS' -.and HOYS' cloth
ing, of their own manufacture, cut hv their well
known nrti-t Cutlers, a.id made by the best
Custom Tailors during tl e Summer months.
With these facilities we sire enabled to produce
Clothing that cannot he surpassed in Style, lit
and Durability. \
This Department is also very large and se
lect, including the celebrated Stak Sitinr.
OUR TAILORING DEPATMENT
i^ supplied with the most complete and selec
ted stock of Foreign and Domestic Cloths,
Heavers, Doeskins, Coalings, Worsted Diago
nals, chinchillas, Meltons, Cheviots, Cassi
inercst, &p., ivc. Also, a very large and Hue
selection of the Latest Styles,
pa nts anu vist pattkiins,
which will 1 o made up to order, in any style
our customers mav desire, under the supervis
ion of Mr. .1. T. FLYNN, formerly of C. D.
Carr ?v Co.
P. S. Our Terms are now arranged on the
Cash system and prices marked accordingly,
in plain ligures on every article. AH Goods
that do not turn out as represented will be
taken hack and moiiev leturued.
Oct. 2?, is::; :\7 3m
sash ms and blinds,
Mouldings, llrnckets, Stair Fixtures, imihl
eis' Furnishing Hardware, Drain Pipe, Floor
Tiles, Wile Guards, Terra Cotta Ware, Marble
and Slate Mantle Pieces.
Window Glass a Specialty.
tp2&- White-Pine Lumber for Side,
Circulars and Price Lists sent free on applica
tion, by P. P. TO ALE.
No. 29 Haync and 3!l Pinekney strei t,
oct 1-ly Charleston, S. C.
PO KT Ii Y?
' "An when (he 1 eddies git degree*
Dopen' upon't there's noeht'il pleaac,
toTill they line got oor chairs an' fees,
An' thcre'd an en, o' you an' me;
For a' thai ken that woman craitur,
L Maun own it is her foremost faitur
, To tak' to Icctiirin' by nutitr',
i An' boo she'll do't, yc siine'll sec."
THE ALMHHITY DOLL AIL
I ''Without nie you can do nothing,
I'oor for your life you must remain ;
m Comfort, honor, sumptuous living
i*. Follow in my gorgeous train;
f Houses lands and rich possessions
To my worshipers I give:
? Wanting me, the Mighty Dollar;
jr. Retter die than strive to live.
I In this village all adore me;
Churchmen worship at my shrine
v. Those who care for my religion
Own the Dollar Rill divine;
Day and night they glorify me,
\ Take me for their deity ;
With their lips they worship Jesus,
Rut their hearts they give to Jnc
"Priest and people love to grab me,
Hold mc by what means they can,
Knowing well, by native instinct,
affig*''I'm the power that makes the maw.
*?Sr Fondly to their hearts they press me,
Next their souls I treasured lie;
Some would in theii colli us take me,
To the grave down when they die.
.See me here at State elections, i
Hallot-hoxcs 1 control ;
Never wound the tender conscience
Never probe the guilty soul ;
? On the side of wealth and power,
Still my influence I throw;
All the way from Maine to Texas
Dollars makes the filly go.
"Lahor then to have and ho'd me ;
Without me life's-but a blank,
^i ^J.1,'.>'*' 1 m ike the great di-tim-th "n,
Ohe position, place, ami rank.
Work for me with all your power; '
AH your wisdom, all yotir skill ;
I'm the Yankee's great Almighty,
Love nie!" mug the Dollar Rill.
Doath of the Sleeping Werken.
Miss Susan Caroline GotUcy, known as
the Sleeping Behuty, died at the residence
of her mother, in Obion County, Tennes
see, oh the liTth tilt. She h id attained
the age of thirty-one years, und, as was
alleged, had been in her sleeping condi
tion for about twenty-lour years,. The
Nashville: Union of the 4th .-ays : ','ller
case has excited great interest, and gave
rise to much investigation and discussion
among scientific men. The true nature
of her nillietion, however, was never un
derstood. She wits brought to Nashville
in the fall of 1<S<>7 for the ostensible pur
pose of procuring medical aid, but was
really in charge of an agent who con
templated making nil exhibition of her.
She was accompanied by u brother and
other relations who were very much at
tached to her. While they worein Nash
ville they boarded at the house of Major
Bruce, on Market street, and the sleeper
was constantly wnched by Mrs. Bruce,
who took great interest in her. She re
mained undcV Mrs. Bruee's care eleven
days. While there she was visited by a
great ninny persons, ami had with her
one or more physicians all the time. Slu
awakened every hour, night and day, at
almost the siime second each time, und
remained awake from seven to ten lnin
uus. dust after going to sleep eacli
limcfthc bad convulsions that shook the
room, und at such times she appeared to
he siitiering great pain. When asleep
she was (h ad to everything, but when
awake talked pleasantly and intelligently
somctiiiKS complaining of pain, and
exclaiming, "Oh, my head !" and when
she awakened she invariably asked for
water, but ate very little. She said she
had no .consciousness of ever having
dreamed, and that it was no pleasure for
her to live afHictcd as she was. She was
very sensitive, and appeared inortilied to
think that she was being exhibited. Her
nflliction was inaugurated by a spell of
chills. Some medical men have attrib
tiled it to the medicine she then took
others, that the chills were precursory to
her long sleeping slate. Upon leaving
Nashville she went to St. Louis, and
remained there a short time. It is said
that the physicians there unanimously
agreed that she was an imposition. She
soon returned to the home ol her mother,
und has remained there ever ?ince. The
Sleeping Beauty is said to have been u
truly beautiful woman, not bo emaciated
as one would think, and of shapely
The HoMk of Mns. Lkc.?The Alex
andria (Va.) Gazette, alluding to the
recent dcalh of Mr. Gen. Lee, thus
touehingly refers to tho cruel injustice tf
which our government has been guilty
towards tho venerable woman who has
now passed away, "For several years
she hud fondly cherished the hope of
ending her days at Arlington, tho parent
al mansion?her own homo of children.
There she wus born, there the had been
married, and there her children were
born. Naturally ail her affections clus
tered around this, to her, hallowed spot,
and as years rolled on she became more
and more anxious to return to the old
homestead, where lie buried the remains
of a devoted father and mother, and
w here she had hoped to have peacefully
surrendered her spirit to the God who
gave it, surrounded by all the recollec
tions of happier days. But in this she
was doomed to disappointment?a cisnp
pointmcut thnt.nddco tohcr recent heavy
bereavements, finally biokc down a
shuttered constitution and death ensued.
She fclt keenly the wrong imposed upon
her by the govcrment, and without the
shadow of right or juetice, but merely by
the strong arm of power, withheld from
her her own and her children's, in viola
tion of the very lav s under which the.
properly was nt first seia ;d; and few there
are in the land, wc should think, who
will not regret that this injustice wns
perpetrated, and who will not now he
willing that restitution shall be made to
the deeendnnts of her whose soul has*
passed to a happier home."
How Loxo, On How Loxo??Wo
notice that the thoughtful ami benevolent
Editor of the Union-Herald, has notified
the citizens of Columbia, to keep a sharp
look out upon their hen-roosts, during
the sojourn of the Stute Menagerie, in
their midst. This is doubtless n well
timed suggestion, n very appropriate
caution, but rather a poor compliment
*rpth Mr. Northrop, to the members of
the party with which he is in cahoot.
What a commentary on the condition of
South Carolina society, when an Editor
finds it necessary to caution the public,
to guard their fowl houses, against the
machinations and invasions of the mem
bers of the Legislature, and when that
Editor is in fellowship with the men,
composing the body against whose dep
redations, he cautions the community to
The New York Herald of Monday
prophecies the speedy and irremediable
downfall in this country, of the two cor
rupt systems which it has quaintly entitled
"Ruchuisni and Casaris'in." The Herald
snys, with more than usual force and
Whatever the suffering that came with
the panic, America will have a nobler
und purer life; business will run in sweet
er and more wholesome, chunn.ls because
of this calamity, and as Ruchuisni bus
gone down into the fires so will Cawarism.
The time may not be ripe, but it will
come. Just'as the sign blazed forth to
Bclshazzar in his hour of feasting
and pomp, and told him that he hud
been weighed in the balance and found
wanting,so it is written for the Republi
can party?for this administration?that
they uro found wanting. We are not
deceived I'y |ho attributes of 'power, the
spleiulo" of authority, the confidence of
the leaders of Republicanism. Grant is
to tho outward seeming no more powerful
to day, no more fixed and sec re, than
was Bclshazzar. the mighty king, when
he sut down to his feast. We may well
believe that the courtiers around that
luxurious table?administration editors,
Congressmen and Senators?shouted the
monarch's attributes and said, "O, King,
live forever 1" Rut even in their cups,
and while the air was burdened with
royal incense, tho warning came. We.
say we are not deceived by the seeming
invulnerability of the Republican party.
Nor do wc underrate its power. Cajsar
ism will not fall like Racialism. An
administration more powerful than any j
monarch and as irresponsible, a Congress
that does liltic more than register tho
decrees of lobby and Cabinet, 'behind ,
them a party which hay a dominion
greater than that held by any party ai&ee*t
the government was founded, and which
is commanded by men of ability ariA'fe^*H
sources?money, office, political dfeS?!*?
pline, party prestige, and among thtfip^M
pie a sad indifTerence to public hfFuirs?
wo know well the magnitude of the'flask
to nny one who means to oppose and
overthrow the Republican organization.
We see no hope of reforming it, for* .*ro
do not see any living eiernentrof rcfbfiw?
And in that conviction We believe it
should pass away. ? ,7 j
brevities. ; rM
The Colttmbio Fair was a grand sue?.
cess in every respect.
Campsen's ?t?nm flouring nsilLe :a
Charleston Were burned last week.
Court opened nt Newbcrry on'Monday
last. Judge Moses presiding. d?
A bale of cotton sold at New Ydrk fbV*
the Memphis.sutfercrs brought $350.
Tobacco factories, ir?h foundries, and
mills are closing on account Of tho presr,
sure. : * '
?!?).;< ,.!?. ; A <?-?? ,0- 1
The Southern factories ore still running
on .full timo, and have not reduced their
F. K. Hugcr Esq.j has been appointed
superintendent of tho North Eastern)
The subscription price of the Charles-,
ton XVewe & Courier after the 15th inst,
is 810 per annum.
The panic is spi'endirig disastrously in
?he West. Banks and business houses are
The latest telegrams ntitioUncc victo
ries for the Carlists in Spaini The civil
war there is ra gingt
A man named Jake Mctritt had a
fight near Chcrnw with a gypsy and was
killed by the latter;
The United Stated are preparing to
annex Cuba, tronbinds and roughs
from the cities will enforce the argument
of negro supremacy.
Twelve negro men were drowned jn
Coasaw river near Beaufol't while afr
temping to carry a boat over from "Noiy
building" to the Phosphate works.
A mania for divorces has broken out
in Florida. Let the wandering gentle^
man so inclined be enlisted ns fit targets
for Spanish bulletsi
A young female threw her infant in.
the river from a ferry in New York, and
dreading the bourne she knew not of,
leapt after and thus ended a sad life.
The Lexington Dispatch says the hotel
of Mr. II. Hendrix, was entered on Thtira.
dav night last, and about 81000 in cbr
rency, and ?10,000 in notes were stolen.
On the Columbia- Fair grounds several
drunken men were seem Tho Temperance
Advocate justly condemns the coinmittco
for permitting the sale of Hfpuor within
Senator Hunter's proposition that the
United States shall lend the South with
out interest 8400,000,000, may be a good
intent by the moVer, hilt if carried out
cannot fail to make mischief. The Sonth
must work out her own salvation. Let
her got out of debt, and keep out.
The Edgefield Advertiser says Mr.
Musco Samuel was accidentally killed 011
Monday last by n gun which Mr. Ed.
Carpenter was holding. The same paper
informs us that Mr. John Swearinger
was shot at three times on Tursday last
while in his lot, by Andereon Quattlc
baum and another young man. His
wounds arc hot fatal
Indiana (an abolition state) has a body
of "Vigilantes" 2000strong. They hang
iron who cannot behave, and do what the
purjured courts fail to do, 1. E. justice to
the honest. This is no Ku Klnx organi
zation, Oh No: because its menbers are
north of tho line. If the "Vigilantes"
want a lively trade let them visit South
Carolina, they may commenco with tho
Governor and go on down until they find
the honest radical. Let him bo spared
ns a curiosity.