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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 11 March 1886

ESTABLISHED IN 181 LIPSCOMB YS. TILLMAN. THE SECRETARY OF STATE ON THE FARMERS' MOVEMENT. A Manly Letter frem the Master of the State Gran^o? Ko Approves the Conven tion, Bat Repudiates "Moses*' Tillman at a Lender. Hon. James N. Lipscomb has author ized the publication of the following let ter, in reply to one from a prominent farmer and politician in the Eastern part of the State on the "Farmers' Move ment," which has attracted so much at tention and discussion; February 12, 1886. Hon. J. iV. Lipscomb. DeabSib: Pardon the liberty I take in writing to you on a personal matter? yet when looked at from all sides it is hardly personal. Your open, manly, courageous advocacy of farmers' rights has commanded the admiration of our farmers over here and made us feel a public interest in you, and we desire to see you continued in high place. A good many over here have expressed the hope that you would throw the weight ofy??l' influence toward the larmers' conven tion, though Tillman did scr...

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 March 1886

SATAN. He, above the rest In shape and gesture proudly eminent, Stood like a tower; his form had not yet lort /?1 its original brightness, nor appeared Le^s than archangel ruined, and the excess Of glory obscured: as when the sun, new risen, Looks through the horizontal misty air Baora of his beams. ***** ? ** Darkened so, yet shone Above them all the archangel; but his face Deep scars of thunder bad intrenched; and care Sat on his faded cheek; but under brows Of dauntless courage, and considerate pride, Waiting revenge. ?Milton. OLD CALENDARS AND ALMANACS. Customs of ltome and Greece ? What Was Found In Pompeii. Calendars and almanacs in these modern days, when meteorology is a science and astrology is no longer be lieved in only by the few, have become largely mere records of days (ordinary and special), repositories of all manner of information and facts, chronicles of past everts, etc. They were, however, very different things in times when the practices of prophesying, planet r...

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 March 1886

A BRUISED ROSE. Site revelry that filled the night is done; tubed is the patter of once dancing feet The rustle of rich fabrics, laughter sweet ( the music stfil'd, and morning, newly born, Bears but its echo. One poor braised rose, Let fall upon the floor from some fair breast, Is all that tells it was no cunning jest Wrought by the deft romancer of repose; The music, laughter?all a fitful gleam, Press'd from the pillow of a broken dream. ?Charles W. Coleman, Jr., in Harper'?. SOME FACTS ABOUT THE HINDOOS. Synopsis of a Missionary's Lecture on ' Their Beliefs and Characteristics. The Rev. Dr. H. L. Scudder, lecturing on, India, said the Hindoos had two great beliefs. One was the doctrine of fate and the other the transmigration of souls. According to the former man was a> mere puppet, for with them everytliing was settled by fate and everything was the result of what they termed the decree of the head. If a Hindoo did a bod thing it was fate that impelled him, and he had to do g...

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. — 11 March 1886

Side Cimcs mrir pcmtrrrnt. J. Jj. SIMS? Editor and Proprietor. Terms. Subscription Rates.?One copy, one year, SI SO; od'i copy, six months, 7.? cents; ons copv, three months, 50 cents. AH subscriptions payable in advance. Advertising Rates.?One square, first in sertion, SI OO; 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. C0UKUHICAXX0K8 must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi cation of a personalcharacter will be pub .ished except as an advertisement. For further information address JAMES L. SIMS, Lock Box No. 116. Orangeburg, S. C. What has become of "Suggestive" Durham? Now that the McLane cir cus is about to take the road again we may look for the clown to turn up. Nov.* that all the freezes have come and gone J. Ilendrix McLane, the leader of the defunct greenback party, has thawed out and com...

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. — 11 March 1886

THE PLAINT HUMAN. Season of snows, and season of flowers, Seasons of loss and of gain; But since grief and joy must alike bo ours, Why do we still complain? Ever our falling since time began, O my intolerant brother? We wont just a little too little o_f one, And much too much of the other. James Whitcomb Rfley. SERVANTS OF THE ARISTOCRACY. Some of the Observations Made by Badean ?A Labyrinth of Labor. In a great house thirty or forty indoor servants is a common number, and often mere are as many more in the stables, and still as xr*?ny others in the gardens, Dr the glass, as the conservatories are jahed. One nobleman whom I knew was master of the hounds and kept sev enty horses, and for every two horses a man. At an entertainment in the coun try?a sort of pageant or play?I heard jomeone say that 100 of the servants same into the great hall and stood behind the guests. The remainder were on duty jlsewhere. Several times, in large estab lishments, I asked permission to visit the offic...

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. — 11 March 1886

School Commissioner's ICcporf, 1884 and ?885. To the Presiding Jcdge Coort of Gen eral Sessions, Orangeb?rg County: The following is a correct list of all claims approved and ordered paid by the School Commissioner of Orangeburg County dur ing the fiscal year commencing November 1st, 1884, and ending October 31st, 1885. Respectfullv Submitted. STILES It. MELLICH AMP, School Commissioner Orangeburg Oounty. School District No. i. ' No. of claim. In whose favor. Amt. 1.W A Dantzler.8 5 00 2.JTKing. 25 00 3.J T King. 15 00 4.W A Dantzler. 84 75 School District No. 2. 1.MD Perry. 20 00 2.M D Perry. 14 00 3.II A Munn. 05 00 School District No. ?. 1.Geo C Summers. 45 00 2.Geo C Summers. 45 00 3.Geo C Summers. 42 00 4.John A Simpson. 25 00 5.John A Simpson. 25 00 6.John A Simpson. 25 00 School District No. 4. 1.C J Sasportas. 40 00 3.J Q Wertz. 40 00 ? 4.C J Sasportas. 40 00 5.JnoL Watt. 30 00 6.J Q Wertz. 40 00 7.C J Sasportas. 40 00 8.J Q Wertz. 40 00 9.J Q Wertz. 17 00 10.C J Sasportas. ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 11 March 1886

THE POTTER OF TANAGEA. The sun had not even flushed the deep blue of the heavens with its first radi ance, when the potter Charmide opened the door of his house. All was silent in the deserted street, except the splashing sound of water from the fountain in the center of the neighboring square. The young man dropped his head and re entered his dwelling; his impatience had awakened him too early. But sleep now was out of the ques tion, so instead of again seeking his couoh he passed into the little court used for a workshop, and, lifting up a small tub that was turned down in a corner of the court, he brought from beneath it an object in clay, which he regarded for Borne time with a feeling of respect. * It was the image of an elegantly formed woman, ir>bed to the neck in flowing lines of light drapery, the head inotined forward, an arm extended across ? the'breast and the other carried to the Head. The features wore a smile which was charming, yet modest, while the eyes seemed to...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 11 March 1886

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. He Got His Max.?Sheriff Salley, ** who went to De Soto, Miss., for the emigrant who stole Mr. P. W. Fairy's mule, returned with his prisoner last week and now has him safely lodged in jail. It will be a cold day when a thief escapes our vigilant Sheriff. When he strikes a trail of a criminal, he may as well come in and surrender. An Outrage.?We were informed last Saturday that some one had visited the Baptist Church yard the night be fore and robbed the grave of Miss Lula Shuler of a lot of flowers planted on it by her devoted mother. The wretch that did it must be low down in the scale of human degradation, and should be severely punished if caught. The Eutawville Railroad.?It is now positively asserted that the Eu tawville Railroad will have its termi nus at or near EUoree in this county, the proposed route across the Santee River at Vances Ferry having been abandoned, for the present at least. This road will draw considerable trade from our town to Charleston,...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 18 March 1886

ESTABLISHED IK 186 IS THE NEGRO A FAILURE? BOTH SIDES OF AN IMPORTANT AND INTERESTING SUBJECT. The Merita of the Question Discussed, by Georgia and South Carolina Formers?A Review of the Past. Present and Future of the Nejrro as a Laborer. Tbe Augusta Chronicle has within the j last ten days devoted much of its space to a free discussion of the ment3 of the negro as a laborer, and particularly as to whether he is or is not a failure in such capacity. The text for the inquiry was the recent speech or Prof. White before the farmers at Columbus,. Ga., arraigning the negro as a laborer and declaring that intensive farming and im migration are the best substitutes for the present system of labor. The Chronicle, with a view of getting the opinions of prominent South Caro linians and Georgians on the subject, addressed to them a circular letter ask ing for their views. These gentlemen have responded, and below will be found an abstract of their opionions on this important subject. In answe...

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. — 18 March 1886

TREASURER?Sf>BEP|KT. ?i $*' The State^f ^u^^CAiwiJNAjjto j?; & Orangeburg Court House, Januar?* 1st, 1886 > County Treasurer's report of all County Commissioner's Checks, School Claims lrors and Witness Certificates, together with the cash paid State Treasurer and the aounts thereof as provided for iu Act No. 631, approved February 9th A,'D. 1882 utitled"An Act to define^ the duties of County. Commissioners, County School* Com issioners 'and County Treasurers'mieference to the Auditine, allowing and payment ! Claims, and to require Annual Reports of all Claims audited, allowed and paid by lein, to be made to the Presiding Judge at the first term of the Court of General Ses ons in their respective Counties, and that the same be published in some newspaper in id County. J. S^'ALBEEGOTTI, ? Treasurer Orange-burg County. Character. County Com.'s Check, do do ' -do ? do do do : dO do . .'./So .;; do do >- do do do ? do do do do do ? do .do. do do do ? do * " do do ? ? ? ? : ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 18 March 1886

THE PASSING OF LETTERS. The mail from the east, and the mail from tha west? A thunder of wheels?a rushing blast; But the sleeping travelers never guessed What voices arose as the two trains passed. "Tell Mai you met me, tell bim I fly!" "That will I?tell her I stay not nor rest!" Thus greeted love's messengers speeding by, One Crom tho east, and one from tho west Edith M. Thomas. SCHOOLING OF SAILOR BOYS. Aboard tlie Training Ships?Queer Penal* ties Inflicted for Misbehavior. The real schooling of the sailor boys does not begin until they are transferred to the training ship at Newport. While abroad the Minnesota they are piped out of their hammocks every morning by a shrill note from the boatswain's whistle followed by "the sing-song cry: "All hands?up all hammocks." The cry is taken up and passed along from hammock to hammock by the waking boys until all have tumbled out. Then . there is a great scurrying to see who will be dressed and have his hammock and bedding lashed up first ...

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. — 18 March 1886

tfte (Etats nnb ilnnmrat J. I? SIMS, Edltor unit TOrapTicTwr. Terms, Subsciuttiox Rates.?One copy/eme^yenv, 81 SO; od3 copy, six months. "7? cents; one copv, chree months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in-advance. Advertising Rates.?One square.'flrst in sertion, 81 OO; each stfbsequent; inser tion, SO cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as recarhar adver tisements. Liberal contracts inaHe for three, six and twelve months. Communications must be accompanied by the real name and address of tlsenvriter in order to receive attention. Nooommuni cation of a personal character wfl 1 t>e pu b .Ished except as an advertise merit. For further information aflflress JAMES S, Lock Box No. 116, OrangeTrarg.^S.* C. A Convention of Famerx'Ottned. In our last issue we published a pa per signed by ninety-two rgentlemen from different sections df ^he State caUing a convention of farmers to be held in Columbia on Thtrredaytthe 29th of next April. This call ?ete?orth the follo...

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. — 18 March 1886

TRANSFIGURED. Vhae? mountain, forms of giant girth Axe rooted deep in moveless earth; Butlol their yawning heights withdrawn, Are melting in ?oft seas of dawn. What golden lights and shadows kisa Brown ledge and Titan precipice; rill all the rock-bound, sullen space Clows like a visionary face. rhus frowning truths whose roots are furled Round bases of some granite world. May lift their mellowed light afar, Transfigured by Love's morning star. ?Paul H. Hayne. BAVARIA'S WOMAN-HATING MONARCH Why a Royal Enpvgcment Was Broken Off?A Tempestuous Dispute. I know of no man who more sorely deeds a wife than King Louis II, of Ba varia, although it be only a morganatic one. The evilB of bachelorhood were never more obvious than in his case. There is both a ludicrous and a romantic side to his career, and ?tory upon story could be told. He is now close upcu 40 years of age, and has long been known as a woman-hater. The announcement of his intention to morganatically marry the widow of a rich m...

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. — 18 March 1886

MY FIRST SITTER. I had emerged from the Slade -stfhool - after several years of art study, ?.wliicb ? chiefly consisted of drawmg: and paints -ing the human form in every'conceiva ble^ position. One day I made up my mind to go and worship tst the shrine of t|ie old masters in the National-gallery, to see if these high priests could inspire and rekindle in me the sacred fire that ?was dying out. I wandered through that temple of art, filled with awe and won der at the magnificent works 'that sur rounded me. Yes; I would try to copy one these chefs-d'ceuvje, whichever of thea just then most struck ^my fancy. I found it difficult to decide; at last I fbxed on the portrait ?af .Andrea del Sarto, painted by himself;'.the melan choly, handsome face with;the sad eyes fascinated me; of all tIiis splendid collec tion it was the portrait that attracted me most. .* II began to paint. 2 soon became conscious of the' presence of some one behind me, aixd through the comers of niy ?oyes I saw clum...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 18 March 1886

80TANICALGARDENS OF MARTINIQUE The Wonders at Troplcol Vegetation? Vivid Description of tho Scenery. ? In a short time (too short, considering the beauty and novelty of the scenery,) we arrived at tho entrance to the botan ical gardens. Somebody had told me that these gardens were well worth see ing, but that, I soon found, was a mild way of expressing it. The entrance was not at all imposing?only a big iron gate, with a small porter's lodge beside it. Carriages are not allowed to enter, so we left the carriage at the gate and walked in. There were on the right' as we entered several clusters of mammoth bamboos, each cluster as high as a house and as huge around at the base as three or four-hogsheads. On tho left, a short distance in, a high steep hill, and at its base a small artificial pond, walled in. with rustic stonework, and a miniaturo cataract supplying it with water, and the surface of the pond covered with lilies and other aquatic plants. Here the path turned sharp to the ...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 18 March 1886

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Does this Hit You ??Some of our ubscribers who pay for their paper hink it an imposition that it should be borrowed regularly by parties who are just as able to pay for it as they, themselves, are. We overheard one say the other day that a certain bor rower "was a nuisance." Readar does this hit you? If so stop borrow ing1, subscribe and read your own paper so that you will no longer be regarded as a sponge. Sad Death.?We regret to" hear of the death of Master Herbert Ricken baker, a son of Mr. T. E. Rickenbaker, who resides near Pour Holes Baptist Church. Y?ung Rickenbaker was sick about two weeks with pneumonia, and died last Wednesday morning: He was a very pious young man, and is now happy in another and'better world. Not\yithstandjng.this, his-death is a sad. blow to his.parents and friends^ to* whom we extend our sympathy. A Cold Batik?Last Friday the Rev. J. Q. Wertz and his brother, Mr. Noah Wertz, went to the Santee River on a fishing expedition, and by ...

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. — 25 March 1886

ESTABLISHED IN 18( TKLMAS YS. LIFSCOMB. HAMBURG EDGING FOR SECRETARY OF STATE LIPSCOMB'S CLOTHING. air. Tillman Bit? ISixck. an ?2 Toll? Ab'ont tho Farmer's Movcineut-?He Has J?o Political Ambition to Subserve. Since the publication of my reeeDt "open letter to tho farmers of the State" I have been the recipient of many cour tesies from the newspapers and their correspondents. I am' like King Lear. "The little dogs and all, Tray, Blanch and Sweetheart. See! they bark at me." I have been accused of nearly every sin mentioned in the decalogue, and many others besides, and I doubt if ever a column of plain and lucid English has been so variously construed or had so many different interpretations put upon it. There has certainly been a "ring" firing at me, whether there be a political "ring" in South Carolina or not?and I seem to have pinched many people's toes of whom I was not even thinking. Such a broadside from politi cians and pap suckers , has not been heard in the State in many a...

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. — 25 March 1886

ESTABLISHED IST 1S( HUMAN YS. LIPSCOMB. HAMBURG EDGING FOR SECRETARY OF STATE LIPSCOMB'S CLOTHING. Mr. Tillman Hit? Buck und Tolls About the Fanner's Movement?Ho Has >'o Political Ambition to Subserve. Since the publication of ray recent "open letter to the farmers of the State" I have been the recipient of many cour tesies from the newspapers and then correspondents. I am like King Lear. "The little dogs and all, Tray, Blanch and Sweetheart. See! they bark at me." I have been accused of nearly every sin mentioned in the decalogue, and many others besides, and I doubt if ever a column of plain and lucid English has been so variously construed or had so many different interpretations put upon it. There has certainly been a 'Ting" firing at me, whether there be a political "ring" in South Carolina or not?and I seem to have pinched many people's toes of whom I was not even thinking. Such a broadside from politi cians and pap suckers has not been heard in the State in many a long day...

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. — 25 March 1886

TREASURER'S REPORT. The State op South Carolina, ?bangebueg Count?, ) Office County Treasurer,, > Orangeburg . Court House, January 1st, 1886. ) County Treasurer's report of all County Commissioner's Checks, School Claims, Jurors and Witness Certificates, together with the cash paid State Treasurer, and the amounts thereof as provided for in Act No. 631, approved February 9th A. D. 1882, Entitled "An Act to define the duties of County Commissioners, County School Com missioners and County Treasurers iu reference to the Auditmer. allowing and payment of Claims, and to require Annual Reports of all Claims audited, allowed and pa"id by them, to be made to the Presiding Judge at the first term of the Court of General Ses sions in their respective Counties' and that tbe same be published in some newspaper in said County. J. S. ALBERG0TT1, . _Treasurer Orangeburg County. Character. School Claims, do do do do . do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do . do do do do do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times and democrat. — 25 March 1886

SUMMER AND WINTER. There is no blast howe'er so fierce it blows Across wide Moorlands leaguered fast by snows, That does no'; bear the presage of a tune The thrush will carol in the heart of June. ?UC. S." in Youth's Companion, VALUABLE FARMS IN NORWAY. How the Norwegians Work Their Kugged Mountain Homesteads?Haying. Some of the moat valuable farms in Norway would be spurned as a gift by -American husbandmen, who are seldom content with places of sudden undula tion, or, indeed, with anything but pieces of rich prairie or bottom land. But the Norwegians are industrious and thrifty grangers, have comfortable barns and fine cattle, and generations of fam ilies succeed each other - in poesessing and working their mountain farmsteads. Their houses are substantially con structed of wood, end inside 'there ?s an air of comf >rt and cleanliness. , But what of the farm? Look about you. Mountains hem us in on all sides; there is ho room for the fields 1 :;s wo know them at home;: hut grass...

Publication Title: Times And Democrat, The
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