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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 11 October 1883

FOB. FEMINISE READERS, Canrtinj in Various Lands* The Chinese do not do much count ing. The parents save them the trouble. They believe that Yue-Laon, tue old man of the moon, unites ?with a silken cord all predestined couples. The parents arrange, sometimes, for unions as soon as the child is bom. A go-between, or "match-maker, arranges all the details, and the couple never seo each other until the wedding day. Perhaps che of the most novel modes of courtship ever heard of is that prevalent among a tribe in Neilgherry. The maids and bachelors who wish to get married erect a hut inside an inclosed space of -groun , with a thick fence round it, and the men without cannot see each other. The females go into the hut, and the males stick long sticks through the fence. -At the same time the women come out and each catch hold of a stick, the owner of which becomes her husband. AfMocha, in the East Indies, a man does his courtship by the aid of marriage brokers, to whom a stipulated sum is...

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 December 1883

FTJB&TSHHD BYEBY THURSDAY, BY XL SiisHB. Edztoss and PBOPsnrross. SUBSCRIPTION SATES. '^ieyear.% Six months.?.,. ADVEttTISnVG KATES. First insertion, per square..%L \* Subsequent ins??*"?!., 5C 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 above rates. Special notices in local column, fifteen cents per Una. FOR TjOVETS SAKK. SomaMraee I am tempted t? inurmur That life fa flitting away, .With only a round of trif es FfjHng each busy day; Dusting nooks and corners, Mating the house look fair, And patiently taking: upon me The burden ?f a woman's e&re. Comforting childish sorrows, And charming the chfldish heart With the pimple song and story, 5Wd with a mother's art; Setting the dear home table, And clearinsr the meal away, And going on little errands In th* twilight of the day. One day is just like mother 1 - . Sawing and piecing wall littl...

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 December 1883

Terms. St^'iciui'tiox Rates.?Due copy, one year, 81 50t one copy, six months, cents; one copy., thvba months, cents.. All -** ?subscriptions payable in advance. AovEimsixo Rates.?rOne square, first in sertion, $1 00; eaoh subsequent inscr? ticn. 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes ' *f Respect charged for as regular adver tisements. Liberal contracts made for three, six and twelve months, * Coiiiir/STCATioNs must be accompanied by the real nan-, o and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi cation of a personal character will be pub lished oxcepi as an advertisement. SIMS & MELUCHAMP, I*ook Box No, 18, Orangebnrg, S. C. ORANGEBURG, S, C? Thwsda?, December 20,18S3. 3= ? ? ?., 1. : ? , A ?'Jlost Damnable Conspiracy."; J. R, Blackman, Esq., the accomplish ed correspondent of the Neics-and Cou rier, who reported the recent political trials' in Columbia for that journal, drops the curtain on the great Green backVRadical combination performance, in the following ...

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 December 1883

& Committed Suicide.?Mr; Elliott H. Jrick, a prominent citizen of the Pine Grove section of our County, and for a ??imber of years a consistent and active member of Trinity Luthern Church, committed suicide last Friday by blow-, icg out his brains with 3 shotgun. Mr. Eriek was a most estimable gentleman, and Jeaves a large family to mourn his <death. He was in easy circumstances, [?B? Iiis friends know of no cause why .iie should have taken his life. Another Fire.?The stables and outbuildings of Representative Ira T. Shoemaker, in. the Pork, were destroyed by fire one night last week. A large quantity of corn, fodder, oats, and four mules were burnt up with the build ings. The fire was undoubtedly the work of an incendiary, and we hope the miscreant may be caught, and punished to the f ullest extent of the law. Mr. Sfcs^maker was in Columbia, attending to his duties as a member of the Legis lature when the fire occurred. His loss is very heavy. _ A Compaelsox.?From the annual...

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 December 1883

STORE. THE GREATEST OF THE COUNTRY We eay sa The Toice of the people say so. You will say so, as everybody who tries us must say so. Out Store is filled from the very floor to the top ceiling with the most complete assortments. DRY GOODS To suit everybody. Ladies need only examine onr Elegant Stock and we guarantee they get suited in article quality and price. OUR CLOTHING. We invite you to see for yourself if it is^not-the largest assortment in town, the latest styles and best qualities that can be manufac tured. A full line of Boys' ? and Children's Clothing at astonishing low prices. BOOTS AND SHOES To suit the poor and the rich, from 50 cents a , air to any price. SCO Cloaks, Dolmans and Jackets at New York Trices. Blankets, Shawls, Skirts, Lap Robes, Locks, Laces, Trimming, * Trunks, Valises, Shirts, Ribbons, . Hats. Cardigan Jackets, Bicycle Shirts, Rheumatic Shirts. The finest display of Gold and Silver WATCHES AND JEWELRY, . And a full line of Silver Ware, Silver id Forks th...

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. — 27 December 1883

FffBXJH-EHO BYE?*? THTT31SOAT, BY J. L. Sims & S. E. Emroas _xr> Pmpbotobs. SUBSCRIPTION HATES. **-i?year...... Six months. ADVERTISING RATES. First insertion, per square......,..$1 v*. Subssqasnt ics*-*^. ?0 Kotioes of meetings, obituaries end trib utes of respect, some 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. AN AKGEL. SIDE. The huge, rough stone from out the mine, Unsightly and unfair, Ess veins of purest metal hid Beneach the surface there. Few rocks so bare but to tiv?ir height Some tiny moss plant clings, ind round the peak so desolate Tho sea bird sits and sings. ? Believe ma, too, that rugged souls Beneath their rudeness hido Much that is beautiful and good? -'We've-all bur angel side.3 ?Boston Post. ?Toe SmTidd's Experience. Very many flights of stairs had tobe "Climbed?rickety, dirty, old, rot-eaten stairs they were?...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 27 December 1883

?(jf ?tos mi Qtmsam vuxcjBttaD every trursday, BY subscription rates. year. Six months. advertising rates. First insertion, per square..$1 ? Subsequent ina??*?oa..1.. ? Notices of meetings, obituaries and trib ai"a of respect, same rates per square as 01 diuary advertisements. Special contracts made With large advei Users, with liberal deductions on abdv rates. Special notices in locsd column, nfteei cents per linn. an angel side. The huge, rough stone from out Che mine, Unsightly and unfair, Has veins of purest metal bid Beneath the surface there. Few rocks so bare but to their height Some tiny moss plant chugs. And round the peak so desolate The sea bird sits and sings. - Behove mo, too, that rugged souls Beneath their rudeness hide Much that is beautiful and good? "We've all our angel side." ?Boston Post Joe Smudd's Experience. Very many flights of stairs had to b< climbed?rickety, dirty, old, rot-eater stairs they were?before a visitor could reach the uppermost floor (there w...

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. — 27 December 1883

? HinvnTMH .?WIIII??<lliWil?iMti)|Miii t. n>-MELLIC1LAMP, ) ?cinTnvma JA?KS L. SIMS, i EnrroHS. Terms. . . . -v^'.:? ?ii;rso?i?Tiox ratks,-rJ^ije copy, one year, 5S>; one copy, six nioirths, 75 cents; ens copy, three months, 40 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. Ai>vkp.ti6txo Kates.?One square, first In irtioa, $1 OO; each subsequent inserr tion, 5? cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular adver Haeinents, Literal contracts liiade for three, six and twelve months. Collocations mast be acconipan'ed by the real name and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi f atlou of a personal character will be pub lished, except as an advertisement. SlifS & MELLICHAMP, look Box No, 18, Orani^bnrg, S. CP ORANGE BURG, S. <?,, ?fews?>y, Seeenber 27,1883. Tke Nev Yeer. On New Year's Day we pass another mile stone oh our journey to the great Eternity, whither we are all traveling, and it is well for us to stop and look bac...

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. — 27 December 1883

To, the Public?On the 1st of Janu my store will lie torn down and re el t-d. I now ?fter Dry Goods at west possible prices so as to reduce stock. Call at once and secure bargains " %t the Red Store Orangeburg, S. C. The Old Parade Ground.?<By an Act of the Legislature, just passed, the title to. the Old Parade Ground, be tween Mr. Riggs' and the River, has been vested in the Edisto Tiifles. This Is a considerable boom to this gallanf .corps, andi we hope that such use will be made of the lot that/will redound to the benefit of the public Hew C:turches.?The members of Pleasant 33L11I Baptist Church, in the upper pan; of the Pork, are erecting a fine house of worship on the western aide of Salfey's Mill Pond. The colored people are also putting up a substantial church building near Stroman's Mill in the same section of country. "We are glad to note these evidences of pro gress* The Old Postage Stamps.?The postmaster-general has instructed post Boasters to exchange for the public, a...

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. — 27 December 1883

THE GREATEST We Bay so. The voice of the people say so. You will say so, as everybody who tries us must say so. Our Store is filled from tho very floor to the top ceiling with the most complete assortments. DRY GOODS To suit everybody. Ladies need only examine our Elegant Stock and we'guarantee they get suited in- article quality and price. OUR CLOTHING. Wq invite you to see for yourself if it is not the largest assortment in town, the latest styles and best -?fjpajities that can be manufac tured. a full line of Boys' and Children's Clothing at astonishing low prices. BOOTS AND SHOES To suit tho poor and the rich, from 50 ' cents a pair to any price. o^xTcioaks, Dolmans and Jackets at New York Prices. Blankets, Shawls, , Skirts, Lap Robes, Locks, Laces, Trimming, Trunks, Talises, Shirts, Ribbons, Hats. Cardigan Jackets Bicycle Shirts, Rheumatic Shirta The finest display of Gold and Silver WATCHES AND JEWELRY, . And a full line of Silver Ware, Silver g^ Kxtfves and Forks that never r...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 27 December 1883

STORE? T-HE. GREATEST argain OF THE COUNTRY We say so. The voice of the people say sc. Tou "ry?l say so, as everybody who tries ns most say so. Our Store Is filled from the very floor to the top ceiling with the most complete assortments. drt goods To snlt everybody. L^idies need only examine our Elegant Stock and we "guarantee they get sufcei in article quality and price. OUR CLOTHING. We Invite you to see for yourself if it is not the largest assortment in town, the latest styles and best ^?-fjoalities that can be manufac tured. A full line of Boys' and Children's Clothing at $F*-;*i astonishing low prices. BOOTS AND SHOES To suit the poor and the rich, from 50 cents a pair to any price. 8C?J Cloaks, Dolmans and Jackets at New York Prices, Blankets, . Shawls, Skirts, Lap Robes, Locks, Laces, Trimming, Trunks, Yalises, Shirts, Ribbons, Hats. Cardigan Jackets, Bicycle Shirts, Rheumatic Shirta Tie finest display of Gold and Silver "WATCHES AND JEWELRY, And a full line of Silver Ware,...

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. — 2 April 1885

ss JAMES "l,. SIMS. Ei>:ioa and Propbtbtob. Sjil?*erli?i*/oi? Ratesu One Year.'.. Sis ?oatbj.?.???. w Advertising Rate*? Jlratteeertlon, per Boa??..?1 00 Subiequent Insertion..:.??? 60 Notices of meetings, obituaries ar^ tribute* of ."vnpect, same rates per square as ordinary advc> tfcementf. Special contracts made with, large actrerUsers, t?Itn liberal dcdactlons on above ratet. Special noticce la local column, fifteen cents $ai line. THE HERO. Oh, 70a tvho linger in the night of toil And long for day T?ko heart; the grandest hero is the man Of whom the world shall Bay, ?That from the roadside of defeat he plucked - Tho Sower success, Bravely and with a modesty sublime, Hot frith blind eagerness. ?W. T. Tatoot LADT BODHEY's FLAY. 4C1 wish you wouldn't Dorothy." ?'Wouldn't what?" "You know very well." "Indeed I do not." .'!Wellf if I must be more explicit, I wislvybu would not act with that?that Poaaoaby. The way he stares at you, and fixes you with his eyca, is enough to make...

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. — 2 April 1885

J. Si. SIMS, Editor' Mini -rtropvleior. SuB?crjrnoN RfrKf^Onecopy. one year, J?J 3l>; or i rupy, six mouths. T5 raits; ? c ;a. ihroe mouths, to wate. All > ^iiksx-ripTion-; payable hi advance. v?ov^ktisixo rUrus.?One square, firstin ? sertioh, $1 0?; euch subsequent inser tion, 7>? cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Bespectcharged for as regular adver ^aments. LP.*rnl contracts made for v three, six and twelve months. "C?MMOtacATTONs" must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer in. -order to rec?I\-e attention. "So conumtni ?^cation of a itersaiinl characteryriil bepub "Mshed except asvtn advertisement. '* JAMES.)V.SIMS. . lock Box So. lie, Ornrigeburg, S. C. ORANGEBU-RG/S. C Tbnrsda*, Ipri! 2, 1885. Dr. Mauy Walker nowdeclaresshe will never marry. 'Young men, now you can come out of the wootLs. . Tile jury of inquest upon the rotten Republican carcass in the Treasury De partment is still hoUing its nose and taking test i tu on y. The Republican journals v...

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. — 2 April 1885

?$$r'?tes ni& frt?rnt. Special Notice. A number of subscribers upon our books arc in arrears for from one to two.years. By examining the mailing direction upon your paper, a date will be founds which shows the time to which the subscription is paid. We asfc-our subscribers to-look at the date and if they arc behind to come up and settle. _ ' A Dietinguisiied Visitor,?The Right Reverend Bishop* W. B. W. Howe, of the Episcopal Church, will visit or. r town this week and conduct services at the Church of the Redeemer on next Friday morning at 11 o'clock, ?be Bishop is a most excellent preach er, and it will be a literary treat to hear bin discourse, to say nothing of the good it may do you in a religious -way. Monet ! Money !!?There is^ money $t the Treasurer's^oRice for the follow ing parties, who are requested to call and get it: Gr. A. Harley, Jno. S Howe. ?. C. Salley. A. S. Jennings, Joe W. Potfser, Ira T. Shumaker, W. K. Crook, ?JVC.Dukes, W. M. Cauthen, J. Alfred Jones, C. C...

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. — 2 April 1885

REMARKABLE D08S. Stories or Intelligent Animals tha Bcscne Rcuienihrance* It is to be hoped, says CJtamben'1 Jour nal, that the animal scale of morality i not so low that when a brute acts hon estly it does so only because honesty v. the best policy. There are many in """?stances known of animals acting honest lywhea the slightest promptings of in stinct would nave shown that it was more politic to act otherwise. Self denial and self-sacrifice have been fre quently needed of animals, and in the hour of temptation they have oot suc cumbed. Quite rccontly tho Canadian papers reported an anecdote of canine fidelity which, had it been told of a Ro man soldier or a Hindu nurse, would \ have been bruited throughout the civil ?ized world as an instance of humanity's supremesfc devotion to duty. The story as told to us is, when Bearing Montreal, the engine-driver of a train saw a great cog standing on the track and barking furiously. The driver blew his whistle, yet trie hound did not budge...

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. — 14 January 1886

ESTABLISHED EST 18' INSANE IN A BOAT AT SEA. WHALERS, ADRIFT. BECOME DELIRI OUS FOR WANT OF FOOD. One Having aianirvc Tied by His Compan ion*?Terrible Suspense When Teasels Passed Within Sight but Failed to Hear Their Cries. The steamer Advance, of the United States and Brazil line, which arrived in Hew York recently, brought into port six shipwrecked whalers who had been found at sea in an open boat De cember 30, by Captain McNeil, of the British steamer County Clare. Their names are John P. Pararo. third mate; Alexander 6. Wood, boatsteerer; Man uel Hormen, Antonia Perrira, Law rence Irodrovener and Antonia'Manuel Lima, seamen. Alexander Wood, the boatsteerer, is a negro, born in Connec ticut, and is the only one who talks English fluently. His shipmates are Italians. He said that they had sailed on the whaling schooner Mary E. Sim mons, from New Bedford some months ago for the whaling grounds off the coast of south America. When about one hundred miles to the eastward of Pernambu...

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. — 14 January 1886

. MADELINE'S FATE. ??Why, where is it!" criod.J2eaiiie, stop?; ping short within the door, Tier "big, opal eyes stretchod wide open in umazcmcnt. "Strange!'' said her mother from be hind. "Perhaps Fio has taken it some where," and sho "turned to Investigate the mystery-V" * -: .'" fir.; I % 71 ^'Strange indeed!" thought Pearlio, as sfco sat down on the side of the bed. "Dear 'me!" ,exelhirocd her : mother, eomihg in again in a frenzy of- anxiety, - "nobody knowa anything about it.'' i? i'-Womustlbok*,'' cried PeariTe', starting to her feet, fear taking possession, of her! heart in earnest. "It must be some where. . -Who ever heard of a wedding dress disappearing mysteriously an hour before the wedding.?.". But their search was all In vajn. Places possible and. impossible of concealment were ransacked, to no purpose. In no ? PearUo sat dovm on Vie side of (ho bed. wardrobe, drawer, or corner could the gretty, now wedding-dress bo found, earlie of course helped things along by sitting...

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. — 14 January 1886

IN A LOOKING-GLASS. ! HABIT PEOPLE HAVE OF. GAZiNG ON THEMSELVES IN MIRRORS. Not Ono Per?oa Out of Ten Can Ko*!?t the " Temptation?A; lleportcr'* Otwerva tlous?Dude, TVorjslns.inaa,. Kino Ididy, Shop-GirL ? "??-' " ? [Cincinnati Enquirer.] "Did you over stand hero a few min utes and watch people admire themselves in.-;the mirror?", remarked a gentleman to an Emmtrer reporter as the two were standing'at.-tho entrance of .the Arcade. "JS'o. Why do you ask? " ^Well, you ?ist ought to take a posi tion here for a while and keep your eyes open; ? 'You wilt see things that will maka you laugh. " . ; fjt - was a few minutes after 0 o'clock, tma tho great army of working people,, clerks, mechanics and professional men were hurry lug and, scurrying ,to and'fro on ;their way h'ome partake , of the evening ineal "A great many of 'these, people would pass through the "Arcade,n which at the entrance. is- lined on either side with mirrors. A few minutes ob servation-convinced the reporter that not...

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. — 14 January 1886

?je times nnlr JBrmanrat. J. I.. SIMS, Editor and Proprietor. Terms. Subscbtption Rates.?One copy, one year, $1 50; ou3 copy, six months, 75 cents; one conyt three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADVEKTfSTJs-G Rates.?One square, first in sertion, $1 00; each subsequent inser tion, SO cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular adver tisements. Liberal contracts made for three, six and twelve months. Communications must be accompanied by the real name and address o? the writer in order to receive attention. No communi cation of a personal character will be pu b iished except as an advertisement. For further information address JAMES L. SIMS, Lock Box No. 116. Oranftebnrg, S. C. If silver coinage is suspended Senator Pngh believes "we w?T have no God but gold and no Kings but Nattanal banks._ John Conboy a prominent and wealthy citizen of Charleston, shot and killed himself while insane in that city on Sunday._ The New York Sun thinks "It i...

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. — 14 January 1886

REJECTED. ?Perbap3 she's dancing somewhere nowl" The thonghte of light and music wake Sharp jealousies, that grow and grow Till silence and the darknes3 ache. . He sees her step, so proud and gay, Which, ere he spake, foretold despair; ' Thus did she look on such a day, And such the fashion of her hair. And thus she stood, when kneeling low, He took the bramble from her dress. And thus she laugh'd and talk'd, whose ?No" Was sweeter than another's "yes." He feeds on thoughts that most deject; He Impudently feigns her charms, So reverenced in his own respect, Dreadfully clasp'd by other arms; Artfl turns, and puts his brows, that acbi, Against the pillow where 'tis cold. Ii only now his heart would break I But O, how much a heart can hold! HOUSES OF NATIVES AT WRANGELL Appearance of the Outside?Totem Folea and Family Creitar?Interior View. The most pretentious houses of the na tives are at WrangelL Some of them are 60x80 feet in size, one story high, built of logs, planked on the outs...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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