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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 26 April 1883

?fc ?imfs quit $msa<d. P?BLISKSD SvisT TH?BBDAT, BY IL.. Sis & SL R. Mellictomp, Editobs add Pbopbixtobs, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ">teyear.,.$1 50 Six months. 75 ADVERTISING BATES. First insertion, per square.'..%l va> Subsequent insertion.;. 50 Notices of meetings, obituaries and trib utes of respect, same rates per square as or dinary advertisements. Special contracts made with large adver -tisers, -with liberal deductions on abnvo rates. Special notices in local column, fifteen cents per line. THE TIMES. What are they ? They're the mirror of out days. TV embodied spirit of ? nation's life, A hundred million beings' manners, ways Of loving, hating, governing; of strife, Of hoping, fearing, sorrow, pleasure, pain. The daily round of things that come again, They change: and quickly, too, and still wc nay Those-of to-dp.y are not of yesterday. The old prefer the ones they knew when young. Women were fairer. Sweeter songs were sung. The young are satisfied with what they know...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 26 April 1883

m$ '%zh Smiff-Tfit. lASHVj Editors. j 11 - ' 3Tcrsus? H>? it.VFR?.?Cue cop}-, one year, :>pr, six months; 73 cents; 'months,' 40 fonts. All iayfthie iu advance. ? :t?im; Kates.?One s<pr.in\ first in 8t ?J>? ?ach subsequent iiiser ? cent5?. Obitnarlcs-"and Tributes ict charged "for as regular adver se Liberal contracts made for six smd twelve months. Communications must be accompanied by ijip real nanio uim! id?'nsso<" *he writer in order to receive attention. No communi catlou of- a personal character will be pub lished except as an ttUvera>wucnt. Exyir.a'noss.?i'arties not wishing to con tinue their subscription after the cxplra tioa of.tho tiiiu' for which they have paid ase lx'.fifv us at once. -All subscribers are earnestly tu "renew promptly, and thoue ? are cordially invited taconie forward and pay up. It take.-, money to rim a newspaper, and we need cve::y cent du?-us. Address, SI?S ? MELLICTIA31P,' Look Pox No. IS, Orangeburg, C. ORANGE BURG, S. Cv Tbi^daj,...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 26 April 1883

examine your dates, "We request each of our ?subscribers to ?examine the address on his paper, and I jjiirticularly (o observe the datetkponit. ^his date "shows the time up to which the paper l\ss Leen paid for. Many of our subscribers will thus see that they fcave paid in advance; but thero are *oaay-ethers who wall discover that they nave not. BE StTRE TO EXAMINE yO?E DATES._ Personal.?Mr. J, R. Ligon and tflmily, of Branchvilre, left yesterday ou pleasure trip to Florida. Wo wish ttheara .pleasant tr'p. - A* Invention.?Capt. J. A. Min ?ekm, of Bull Swamp, who is now in Hie 71st year of his age. has invented -an in sous machine for pulling u$ stumps _ich is pronounced & complete success. s ,/e are ?oud to notice th's exhibition xit the Inventive genius of Ortingeburg bounty, and hope that Capt. Mlcuekin ?will realise a handsome income from his Suvention. Let all our farmers try it. A Shasix up.?On last Thursday afternoon, while Mr. G. D. Rast was ?ariving along the road trom ?...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 26 April 1883

TOE THE FAIR SEX Tiro Romances, The so&of a leading lawyeirin New York^some^ears ago, was attracted bj flie innocent face and quick wit of a Welsh chambtrrmiid in kto father's house, and declared that he preferred her to all tho fashic nable beauties who : courted bis notice. His family protected, but to no purpose. The only concession he would make was to consent to go to Europe for three years before marrying the girl. In the meantime, having fin independent for tune, the lover placed her at one of the beat schools in New York. The girl wa3 ambitious and devoted iu her af fection for the man who had chosen her. He returned, found her more -lovely than ever. They were married, and the lady is now one of the leaders of society in the city where they live ?a noble, refined, charming woman. ? An eminent jurist, "well-known in Pennsylvania in the early part of this century, was "making the circuit" on horseback, and stopped for dinner at the house of a farmer. The daughter of the f...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 16 August 1883

%tjt Stints mb $tmtM. FTJBZ.XSSED E7.3HY THTXSSDAY, BY J. L S&B"& 8. H. Editoes axd PaoKnarroas. SUBSCRIPTION SATES* "neyear.? Six months. ADVERTISING BATES. First insertion, per square.....%i m, Sabsequentiasortioa..... ?) Notices of meetings, obitaaries and trib 0t&? of respect, same rates per square as or dinary advertisements. Special contracts made with large adver tisers, with liberal deductions on above rates. Special notices in local column, fifteen cents per line. A MERRY HEART. Tis well to Lave a merry heart, However short wo stay; There's wisdom in a merry heart, Whate'ar the world may say, Philosophy may lift its head And 2nd out many a flaw, Bat give mo the philosophy Tfcat'3 happy with a straw! If life but brings us happiness? It brings us, we are told, What's hard to troy, though rich one's try, With all their heaps of gold. Then laugh away?let others say Whate'er they will of mirth; Who laughs the most may truly boast He's got the vea'th of earth. There's...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 16 August 1883

Clif times "Bfittorrat '1'????*. rSoBSCBiFTlOK U mx-One copy, one year, ? SO; one. copy, six months, 75. cents; on;? coj.y, three"months, 40 cents. All stfwcrip'ilons payable in advance. Advertising Ka'vks.-?One square, first in-' - soitioii, $1 OO; wich subsequent inser tion, SO cents. Obituaries and Tributes <of Hespert charged for as regular adver tisements. Liberal wntvacts. wade for, 'three, six and twelve months. . ~. Communications must Oe accompanied hy ' the real name and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No eomr^uid eV.Uon ora personal character will be pub hsheujjxcept as an advertisement. jE?LPWxfioss.--l>ai"ties not wishing to eon a " tmue their subscription after the expira 'tlon- of the time for which they have paid iwill please notify us at once. PrrkhWAi??AU subscribers are earnestly : -requested to renew promptly, and those ,in arrears are cordially Invited to come '.forward and pay up. It takes money to ; run a newspaper, and we need every...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 16 August 1883

^?lllt~H'll?l'|-frfrlW?IHI II-'?'-~" ?fc &\?ts u?& Srmrjcrot. l ' r ' " i ? . EXAMINE YOU R, DATES. We reauest each of our subscribers to axannne the address on his paper, and aarticularly to observe the date upon it. This''da"& .shows the time up to which the paper lias been paid for-. Many of $nr sKbscrib-jrs will thus see that they fcive paid in advance; but there are ttoany others who will discover that they have not. BE SURE TO EXAMINE YOV& DATES. Removal.?Lowmau & Dukes l*ave temoved from Kortjohn's old stand to *he store lately occupied by Mr. J. C. Pike, where they will be pleased to see their fhiends and customers. Broom Drill.?Our readers will be pleased to learn that the Broom Drill is to be repeated on the 24th instaut. The .young ladies composing the two compa nies are now drilling for the contest, which promises to be as spirited as the one before. We will give particulars in our-next issue. Sensible.?The Greenville News says? "We propose the organi...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 16 August 1883

[Treatment ol Wiorfftatls. Wiadgalls reguiro the- application ol astringents, with pressure. The fol lowing method, would be advisable: Make a pad of folded cotton cloth and soak it in strong solution of alum. Thou make a pad of leather to fit over the gall Apply the cloth pad Wit with the alum to the gall, lay the leather pad upon it, and then put a bandage over that so that pressure is made to bear upon tho windgall The whole should then be kept wet with cold water. The horse should rest meanwhile. But, although it mavpe cured, it will probably reappear airier awhile; it is, therefore, hardly worth ? while to treat it so long as there is no lanwness, which is very rare with the windgalls. How to Slake the Garden Pay. The garden pays well, even with hand labor. It would pay much better if the main burden of the cultivation were put upon the muscles of the horses But the saving of cost in culti vation is only a small part of the bene fit of the long-row arrangement. It would lead to...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 30 August 1883

VXTBSmZMXEO XVBZTC THTJB3DAT, BY ?DITQ?3 AXO P?OPEIETQBS. SUUSCIUPTION BATES. "**:eyear.$ Six months. AOTERTlSDJCi RATES. first insertion, per square..$1 Subsequent insertion. 50 Notices of meetings, obituaries and trib utes of respect, same rates per square as or dinary advertisomentj. Special contract made ?with large advor tirc-rs, with liberal deductions on above rates. Special notices in local column, fifteen cents per line. LOVE. - ' ' ?* ?> . I leaned out of the window, I smelt the white clover, Dark, darf was the garden, I saw not the - gats; "Novy if there be footsteps, he come?, my one lover? Hush, nightingale, hush 1 Oh, sweet night ingale, wait Till I listen and hear If a step draweth near, For my love he is late! ' Tbe skies in the darkness stoop nearer and nearer, I A cluster of stars bangs like fruit in the tree, The fall of the water comes sweeter, comes clearer; To what art thou listening, and what dost thou see?" Let the etar-clusters grow, Let the sweet waters ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 30 August 1883

JAMES L. SIMS?. ^SmTOBfc . Tenns, * v, ? StKscrinriox I? .vtes.?One copy, ono year, '. ?5 ?i>; cue copy, six lhonths, 7-5 cents; one copy. Three ueemths, 4H>-cents. All subscrtotions'Tjoya.ljle iff advance. A?v?KTisiNO liJaViS.?One square, first in sertion, SI.ISO; each subsequent inser tion, .'S? cents. . Obituaries and Tributes ? ui Respect charged for as regular adver tisements. Liberal contracts made for three, six and twelve mouths. CoHfitrKiCATiOK3 nuist be accompanied by the real narao and address of the ?writer in order to reeeivo attention. No coumnrik cation of a personal <dmrncteriwiUbepuO? lished except as an ndvertheinent. Exk rations.?Parties not .wishing to -cotb tinue their imbsicrlpttba after the expira tion of the tirce for which they have paid will please notify us at once. R&xewals,?AU subscribers are earnestly request**! to" renew 'promptly, and those in arrears a::e cordially" invited to come forward and pay up. It takes money to run a.newspaper; a...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 30 August 1883

% ??5 anfc pcmarwt 'iXAMiNE YOU-R DATES. y We request each of out subscribers, to / ?xarnine 'the address on his paper, and ?trticulariy to observe the date upon it. This date shows the time up to which the paper has been paid for. Many of our subscribers will thus see that they fcave" paid in advance; but there are raauy others who will discover that they have not, BE SURE TO EXAMINE YOUR DATES. Hoksu3 and Mules.?See notice in another column cf th?5 arrival of a fine lot of Western horses and mules at Mr. E. F. Slater's stables. Go around ?and make your bargains. A Big Sturgeon.?Mr.Harley caught a sturgeon, which was displayed on our streets on Saturday, measuring between five and 3ix feet, and-weighing, wear? informed, about seventy pounds. It was* carried by two men with a pole passed through the g?ls, its tail touching the ground._ To School Trustees.?The Clerks of the Boards of School Trustees in our County are requested to read the School Commissioners notice m another column....

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 30 August 1883

POPULAR SCIKJk'CJ?. o Attoch bridge, in Brifsh India, u.itu completed will have five spans, two of 2Q? feet each and tbree of 257 feec. It will- be entirely of iron. The conjunction of two heavenly b;xlies in eclipse.' of the sun and their opposition in eclipsesof themoonhave ;io iuiHieD.ce, M. 1\ Denza states on the magnetic elements of the earlL. For a p?riod of forty-four years none of the men employed in a Ger ? man ultra-marine had,been observed to suffer from consumption. The im munity of the employes is attributed to the constant production of sulphur ous acid by the burning of sulphur in the conrsj of the making of the ultra mar'ne. Brohme's experiments seem to show that in the plant there are two opera tion! taking place?making sugar from carbonic, acid and the conversion o? the same sugar into ftarch. Th's is n<,t a very newT fact, however. It is well, though, t > be reminded of it now and again, if only for the sake cf re freshing the memory. The number of eggs vari...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 30 August 1883

POPULAR SCIEXCF. The Attoch bridge, in British India, ?when completed will have five spans, two ot 80S feet each and three of 257 feet. It will be entirely of iron. The conjunction of two heavenly bodies in eclipse j of the sun and their opposition in eclipsesof thernooahave no in:Utonce, M. l\ Denza states on the magnetic elements of the eartL. For. a p?riod of forty-four years none ol the men employed in a Ger man ultra-marine had Jt>een observed to suffer from consumption. The im munity of the employes is attributed to iho constaut production of sulphur ous aeid by the burning of sulphur in the course of the peaking of the ultra mar ne. Brohme's experiments se9m to show that in the plant there are two opera ..tioiH taking place ?making sugar from carbonic, add and the conversion of the same sugar into ftarch. Th's is not a very new fact, however. It is well, though, t > be reminded of it now and again, if only for the sake cf re freshing the mexory. The number of eggs varie...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 20 September 1883

PV?at?i)SD EViUY ZOT,'BSD AT, BY J.LSis&t Oellliaiiip, EDirOES AKD P?OPBUKlES, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. "^o year.; *;'...$ Six mouths. ADVERTISING RJ.TES. First insertion, per square.uC Snbsequeotiiisertion...........50 Notices of meetings, obituaries and irib ntfta of respect, same rates per square as or dinary advertisements. Special contract made with largo adver tisers, with liberal deductions on above rates. Special notices in local ccinmn, fiftean sente per* lino. THE HABIT OF DELAY. Could man read Time's patres, Record overy scene 1 He'd find, through Life'j stages, How oft he had been Too full of inventions To satisfy thought, Too rife with intentions That dwindle to naught! Still taxing to-morrow, St?l wasting to-day, Whilst angels in sorrow Dropped tears on his way. ?Charles Swain. THE FALCON. AN OLIKTIME LOVE STORY. Th8 fine eld mansion of the .Alber ghi family, near Gluekstadt, was bril liantly lighted and the sound of music md dancing was borne^oh the evening air across ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 20 September 1883

JAMES sncs i KmToni. TCMBt!. S\-ii?cittr-no?r Ratks.-?One copy,- br.e year, ** .><;; one eopy.;six months, 73 cents: one copy, three mouths, Hi cents. All subscription^ payable in advance. ADVf.iwnsixo R.\tks.^,Oiio square, first in sertion, 61 Ott; .each subsequerr; inser tion, ?O cents? Obituaries and Irlfcutes of Kespeot charged for as regular adver tisements Liberal contracts ins de for . ihree, six and twelvemonths. CojiMUNiCATiOKe liiust be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer in bru^r to receive attention.. No eaaununU oru'on of a personal character will b?p?b? . llshed exempt as an advertisement Expirations.?Parties not wishing to con tinue their subscription after the expira tion of t??e time for which they have paid will please notify us at once. Renewals.?All subscribers are earnestly requested to renew promptly, and those in arrears are conUallv invited to com? forward and pay up. ft takes mpriey to run a newspaper, $iid wenccd evioy cent tfuous. ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 20 September 1883

EXA*J5N? VOUR DATES. I We request each of our subscribers to [ fcsaniiae the address on his paper, and aartsculariy to observe the data upon it. This date shows the time up to winch the paper has been paid for. Many- of out subscribers will thus see that they cave paid in advance; but there ^aro ?many others who will discover that tbey tiave not. EE S??E TO EXAMINE YOUR DATES. Death.?Tb* irieuds and. relatives ?of Mr. and Mrs. jv 3. Manie, recently of Orangeburg, but now of Charleston, will be pained to learn of the death of their "ittfeson Eddie, a bright and interesting little boyofabeat four sommers. The i little fellow was taken with croup on j Sunday afternoon and died the same night. _ v_. An Important Notice.?Mr. J. G. Posteli, the redroad agent at thus place requests us to publish the following no, bee: ??Shippers' of cotton are hereby notified that hereafter no cotton will be allowed to be put on the platform at this agency unless marked on the head with *he initials of the...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 20 September 1883

$0? S?E FAIR SEX. Cousins |a Mwxlro. 'Courting, from all accounts, is a pretty tcugh job in Mexico. The young man is first - supposed to meet the young lady on the* plaza. They sever speak, but they atewajfogaze at each other as they p#SWB~Jen the lady doea not make her appearance on the plaza the young man will repair tcy the street fronting the house, and walk up and down in :front of it for several hours. He will always ga?,e earnestly at the window as ho passes. The young lady and he?* female friends are inside, and she will return his glance. After 10 o'clock the \oung man will go home. This performance is continued for a couole of months, and at last the " young man will knock boldly it the door and ask for the >ady of the house. He will tell her he is in de spair. That her daughter is an angel from the Paradise valley of Heaven; that she is beautiful beyond compare; that she is better than she is beautiful; that he is wildly in love with her, and that iife has no possible ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 11 October 1883

?|f ?to sift ?tnmm. ? BY H J. L. Sis & S. R. ?. vk w. xi. Auuiuuiiuiu];, Editous and PaoraizrQsa, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. '^eyasr. "'-.months.r. ADVERTISING SATES. ?irst insertion, per square.. 'i?bee<flicaitin>*rtfon. 6? Notices of meetings, obituaries' und trib utes of respect, same rates per square as or dinary advertisements. Special contracts made with largo adver Isars, with liberal d^dactions o,a above rates.. Special notices in local column, fifteen cents per line. His ami, f eyw an lonely. I wont ten What h?fl their loneliness rx&y shov ? braided hair becomes her wall, In odor Hkr>?but oh, no! rot That is my soared?red or brc vn, It is the prettiesthair in town I ?ho wulks with, such a dainty charr Butrwhethar she be Erh?rt or tan, Of rounded limb or sylph-like form, Her ngure suite mo?that is fill 1 Nor do I choose tho world to tnow HraTJc her dress, or calico. My precious girl is worth her weight, Not in rough gold, bet diamonds fine, And whether that be smal...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 11 October 1883

Wit times itnir Btmvaut S. R. MELLIOHAMP, ? v^,^,,. JAMES L. SIMS, \ EP-tqk3. Term*. i'ypar, cents; i AM;! subscriptions payable in advance. AnvEUTisLvo Rates.?-One square, first in- i sertion, $1 OO; each subsequent insarr ' tion, SO cents. Obituaries and Tribirtes of Respect charged foras regular adver tisement;. Liberal contracts ' uiad.e for three, six aud twelve montks. f^)ji5tuxiCATioN3 inust be accompanied \ry. the real nuibe and addressof the writerin order to receive'attention. No communi cation of a iwrsonal character will bo pub lished except a^ari. advertisement. JSMfinATj?KS.?Parties not wishing to com tinne ihuir subscriotion after the expira tion of Use time, for which they have paid vrtii please notify uh. at once: Rbkswals.?All subscribers are earnestly requested to renew1 promptly,- aiid these in arrears are corilially invited to conto-1 forward and pay up/ It takes money to run a newspaper, and we need every eeut due us. Address, SIMS & MKLLICHAMP, Ijpc?: Box ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 11 October 1883

EXAMtNE YOUR DATES. "vVe request each of our subscribers to examine the address on bis paper, and particularly to observe the date upon it. *Th33 date "shows the time up . to which the .paper has been paid for. Many of our subscribers will thus see that tbey have paid Li advance; but there are maav others who will discover that they have" not, BE SURE TO EXAMINE YOUR DATES._ Birding,-^Sportsmen are happy again, the restrictions under the game law having ended with the coming in of October. A number of our citizens have fceca indulging in the sport already. A Curiosity.?Mr. J. D. Rickcn baker. in COW Castle Township has. a fcen that na3 brought out a broodof chickens armong which is one that has four perfectly formed legs and fhet. It is living and getting along finely. - Revival.?-A most refreshing and encouragtou meeting has just dosed at Ebeneret Baptist Church in the Fork. Some thirty converts have been received into the Church.", and the canto of the Master has been greatly revi...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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