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1UJT?EHF0H1) H HAYES,
OF oil ro.
WILLIAM A. WJiKELElj
or iv i:\v YoiiK.
Poit i nta coftGiiR&s:
O: W. 13TJTTZ.
SATURDAY, SLPTB1BKR 30~ IH7G.
The Democratic Convention.
Partisanship wo dot es!. When a
man is honest, it is hul right in a
newspaper to admit it. When truth
pleads for fair-play, the petition should
he granted. And when the Demo
crats arc found placing themselves
squarely upon the platform ol equal
rights to all men, their motives
should not bo misrepresented; they
should have due credit for honesty ?l
purpose, and of a determination to
turn their backs forever upon the un
fortunate past? that past which re
cognized slavery with its concomitant
The actkn of the ln'.o Democratic
Convention for this County demon n
st rates, beyond pcr.?.dventurc, the
fuct, that the while people of Orange
burg County, in Convention assem
bled, were not afraid to publish to
the world that they accepted in go al
faith the Kith, 11th and l?th amend
ments to the, Constitution; that, they
regarded the issues for which the
recent civil war was waged ai
dead beyond resurrection; and that
they would not, by any word oi act id'
theirs, undo one single accomplish
ment of the triumph of the L'tiioii
Army. They stand to day, by their
own published words, lipon the iden
tical ground politically as that occu
pied by the Republican party.
Ami the man who refuses to con
gratulate tlicth upon their stand in
this respect, is a craved lira tied
villian, and loves self more than be
does the advancement of the cause ?l I
human rights and of human progress.
He is a greedy, insatiate devil who
will not lay his hand upon his heart
and thank Cod, (hat, here in Orange
burg County the Democrats ?lifodong
political enemies of the Republican
party and its preeuliar doctrines, as
understood in South Carolina? have
declared in good faith that tiny re
joice that the colored man is lice !
and that by no act of theirs .-hall his
political privileges ever be abriged or
In other words, i.; no! ill's a
triumj h of those broad and liberal
principles for which the National
party is I alt ling? Is it not what the
black man has been a.-.king for, for l?!
these many years? Js it not the i ill
minalioh of one ol' the grande; t
aspirations that ever engage 1 the
attention id' a Wilbcrforce or a
Let the glad tidings go forth, and
let (very lover of freedom rejoice 1
In a ('(invention,thoroughly Demo
cratic*, and eminently representative
of the Wealth and influence of this
County, the colored man and bis
complete manhood have been ncknow
Of course the colored people had
their political rights before. The law
guaranteed these to I Item; but then
there was the moral o ?.<//.' of the
Democracy proper wanting. Ti at
has now hern given, and that iiot
grudgingly. Henceforth and fore vet
the Ulnok men et this Counly can
traverse its walks as the nckiiowlcged
political equals of the whitest nieii in
it. And, as we have said hef< ?iv, this
acknowledgment came from the while
people voluntarily. In their Con veil
tion?a Democratic Convention ?
they nominated thick nun upon their
ticket. (Might iiot this to make every
man rejoice who truly and honestly
drsiics the elevation of the colored
Ai d now, what are Republican.-'
going to do about it? Certain '
inch used to quarrel Localise the white
people would not do so-nud-HO. They
have now "gone and done it." Who
wil bo the lir.st one t< quarrel how?
The County Democratic Conven
tion has met and put forth its nomi
nees. They arc before tho pcoplo for
their suffrages. On tho 7 th day of
November they will cither ride into
oflicd triumphantly or return to their
homes in defeat. From tho charac
ter of the men upon the Democratic
i ticket it. is certainly evident that the
Democracy mean to inakc a thorough
canvass of this county.
And now, what do the Republicans
propose to do about,? Do they mean
to nominate n weak and imbecile
ticket, that will repel instead of at
tract? Or will I hey take up strong,
resolute and tlctcrmiucd men to act as
their standard bearers? If they do
the hitler, Hcpuhlicaus who will have
to stau I the brunt of the campaign,
will have some heart to pull oft'their
coats and go to work.
Wo tell our friends in all earnest
ness that it behooves them to select
their best and strongest men,?men
who understand the record of the
party they will have to- do battle,
against, and who will not shrink from
doing their full duty when the time
Then let the Republican Conven
tion do its whole duty in Convention
and victory will perch upon its
trembling banner once more.
If weak, ignorant men be nomina
ted, then the boasted achievements of
the past will be eclipsed by a Demo
cratic triumph and the loved liberty
of Republicanism be smothered and
Kelp for Brunswick.
The accounts received of the sick
ness and destitution in the town of
Brunswick are simply heart-rending.
Allowing for exaggerations in the
reports received from that place, the
statements show the existence of a
very distressing state of affairs.
Brunswick has not more than twenty
live hundred or three thousand in
habitants. Several bundled of these
ran away at the first alarm, and yet
of those who remained we arc told
that nix hundred are ill with yellow
fever. The city physician and Board
of Health go further even than this,
and report that fully half the popula
tion arc ill with the disease. Piteous
appeals are made for help. The
physicians arc broken down by their
labors. .Medical assistance is greatly
needed. Tho destitution is appalling
Many will die from starvation unless
help speedily arrives. All the town
aldermen, except two, the police and
the marshal have either died, run
away or else arc ill with the fever.
Nurses are wanted, physicians arc
wanted, food is wanted. The place
cannot furnish eoftins for the dead
and M aeon has bad to supply them.
Something must be done for the un
fortunate citizens of the stricken town.
They arc our brethren, and they
suffer. "What more can be said?
What more need be said? Saturday
night the agent of the Associated
Press in this city?Mr. Patrick'
Wahh?telegraphed to every in port
ant point in the United States a state
ment of the condition of affairs in
Jii'unsw'ck, and made an urgent ap
peal lor help. This will doubtless do
great good, but it will take some time
for assistance from remote places to
reach the town. Immediate aid, no
matter how small the amount, will do
great good. We notice wiih great
gratification that the Howard As
sociation, of New Orleans, has sent
five, skillful physician to the relief of
ihe af'licted. The succor is timely;
Cannot Augusta and Middle Georgia
do s omething for Brunswick ? The
pci.pie of this place have given ?ber
ally to Savanana, but Brunswick now
stands more in need of assistance than
that city. Wo trust that something
will be done, and done at onco, to
succor our suffering brethren.?
Chr?nh l}& S-ntiur.i.
Severe hail storms have visited
several counties in tho up country
In tho lower portion ofSpartanburg
and in I ?aureus n.ach damage was
done. Dr. W. A. Slmnd, of Lau rone,
lost twenty-five bales of cotton. Ciipt.
Downs Bird and others also suffered.
In Chester hail fell to the depth of
several inches, some remaining two
days. Crops on places owned by
Capt.T. P. Carlisle and Major Cr. W.
Melton suffered severely.
F. L. Cardozd and Walter It.
?Tones, private Secretary to the Gov
ernor, are now running the Union
ffiru/tf, Thompson has gone. North
The irrepressible Judge [Maokcy
says that "livery man on thcVKcpub
lican ticket has a well defiuei! orimi
nal record."?Greenville News.
How is the Judge's? AU'right or
all wrong? Will Nilcs G. Tinker
have the kindness to answer us from
his far oil' home in the North ?
We want it distinctly understood:
This County shall not be carried by
There is a game going on that has an
agent in Lranchvillo (one whom the
white people down there least sus
pect,) [and ono or two at other points,
that means all we havc^hinted at.
In a future i.*stic we shall say more."
The hard times have cast a blight
on American matrimony. "Griselda,"
in her letter from Saratoga to the
Hartford Times, describes the beauti
ful dresses eccu at the bonutiful re
sells, and adds : "In short, a lady is
now dainty from head to foot and tin
object of man's adoration, but they
don't adore as they did when there
Werb dozens of worshippers at every
girl's shrino and men thought, them
selves fortunate when they obtained
wives. Now it is all reversed."
Net so here. There are three "ado
rers" here at every girl's "shrine."
Matrimony is at no discount
in Orangeburg. Let "Griselda" eoino
on at once, and we shall be able to
scud her on her way rejoicing.
[com m r n i ca Tim. ]
To the Editor of Xncs and Times:
Please give place for this small
extract, as it may have some effect
upon those who iudtilge :
"When I hear a woman loud in
condemnation of her fallen sister, I
think "here is the occupant of a glass
house," and I feel no pity if, by and
by, some one throws a stone at their
frail edifice. A pure good woman
shrinks from assailing her neighbors;
she strives to make the. best of them,
to cover up their faults' Says a pop
ular authoress, alluding to this sub
ject: 'T never met a woman yet (and
I may say that one way or another, L
have met a good many women in my
passage to eternity) who took pleasure
in discrying her fellows, who put the
worst construction on their actions,
and was the first to believe what she
heard of them, who could not, with a
little trouble, bo proved to have
To the Fublio.
Editor Oi'dngibnra Xctes and Tithes]:
Tt bus been reported ~t"lrfo\igh the
County that I received, and have in
my possession, a part of the arm
given out at Orahgeburg last week.
I take this method of denying the
possession, or any knowledge whatev
er of their 4.Vl?crcabout.s* I am for
peace, believe in order and good
government, and would not h ive
anything to do with, such a proceed
ing. 1 appeal to those who know my
previous character to believe no such
false reports as this circulated about
me, 1 have always been the advo
cate of peace and good order, ami
cannot countenance or support any
measure that would bring about any
VOCAL AM) INSTRU
I am prepared to receive ft few Pupils
more in Voeal and Instrumental Music.
sep 30 tf
SCn IOOL N?TIGE
All parties desirous of becoming employ
ed in the Free Common S-.-hools of School
District No 10. Orange Township will hand
in their letter of application accompanied
with certificates granted by County, Hoard of
Examiner* on or before the Old of October
187 6. The Hoard will meet on paid date to
V. IX jlOWM AN,
t.'h'tk Hoard Trustees
.School District No. ID,
sept 30 'Jt,
Attention Kdi?'t? Hille
Attend your Hcpdar Quarterly Parade
on Tuesday October 10th at 1 o'clock IV M"
For the benefit of new members there will
be volunteer sqiiad drills on the following
evenings at 7 1-2 o'clock 1'* M. Saturday
September 30t!i, Monday October 'Jd, Tues
day October 3d, Saturday October 7th.
Itcgular squad drills ofstpind No. 1 Fri
day October Gib.
Olliecrs Drill Mini lay Oet 9th at 7 J-2
My Order of the Captain.
sept 30 21.
Administrators Snh .
My virturc of an order of the Probate
Court, 1 will si ll on the ISlli day of Octo
ber 1S7U, at the late residence of Mary >S.
Holen deceased, all the perishable properly
deceased, consisting of: Horse, Cattle;
Hogs, Household and Kitchen Furniture
JOHN S. P.ObF.N,
September 29 1870.
sept 30 2t
Mn. Korroit?Please announce Coronor
.1. Hammond l'ordham, us a candidate for
County Commissioner subject to the action
of (lie County Convention and oblige
UNION k KP ?B LIC AN CLUB.
Ii OME ENTEKPR1SE!
G-eo. ?- Hncker,
C1IAHLEST?Nj S. C.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
The only I oor,'Sash and Blind Factory
owned and managed by a Carolinian in the
Always on hand a large Stock of Doors,
Sash, Blinds, Moulding, Bracket, Scroll
ami Turned Work of every description,
(ihiss, White Leads, and Uniidcrs' Hard
ware. Dress I.utnher and Flooring deliver
ed in any portion of this Statte.
sept ?'J Gm.
Notice of Dismissal
"pVToiiCO is hereby given that I shall one
L >j mouth Iroiii date file my final ac
count with the Hon. Judge of Probate for
Orsihgcbiirg County, as Administrate r of
the Instate of A. II. Cowan deceased,
and a>k for my dismis.sahis such Adiniriis
September ?_?.'!, |S7G.
If. HI COS,
OK KICK OK COUNTY AUDITOR,
CitANomiuiio, S- C
September 1 2th 1S7G;
To J. II. Dtdv3 mid B*. 7*. Murphy :
Take notice, that the Taxes, Costs.and
Penalties (together with fifty per cent, on
the entire ainiiiount have been paid into the
Coiuity Treasury) lor the redemption of the
Heal Kstnic purchased by you;
JAS. VAN. TASSKb,
Sept H? ."t
Nolle;' i- hereby given, that :i uieetitii; of
the Clerks of llie Bii.li !? of the vari'ci.
Trustees >'?f each I'isirhi wi I heledd hi my
itllice on the ItOlh day of -s-pteinber ] s?!'..
si.t business of iniportar.ee i-oi !i transacU,:h
Co sch ...1 t'om O '?"
Si pti mli.-r l?th 1 <>'<
iS y 1. ?
oka nt! i:m *lu r
IN PUOP.ATK i ? ?CHT.
Kx I'a it.- I I Yti! ion for
Mary SI o'er. Widow i No:no<tead
of Samuel I.- Shuler i etc.
I'ul.lie notice h hereby uiveh, that Mary
Shtilerj Widow of Sa niiel f.. Slmler
deceased, has applied to me, by petition, to
have her Mmne.<tcad ami personal properly
Fxcinplion appraised and -et oll'aivording
to law, out of (In- Kr-tate of the said
deceased: and I will act on said petition on
the tenth day of ( let ob? r A. I>. 1871?.
Dated at Orangeburg, South Carolina,
tins Ninth dav of September A. D. 187?S.
lAU< i, H. KNDWI.TON,
[i. s.] Judge of Probate.
sept \> 1 in
Tarltoii S. Met? row )
Jane I.. Sightler 1
ami others. l
By virtue of the Judgement herein, I
will .-ell at Orangeburg C. II.. on the First
Monday In October next, the following
track of land, lo wit :
All that piece or parcel of land, situate
in tioodhy's Township Orangeburg Comity;
containing 1 G-l acres, more or le.-vs, and
bounded on the North by lands of I' 1. Me
tirew, on the Kast by lands J A Keller, on
the South by lands of Whim-man ami on
the West by lands of Kst., Jas. A MeCrewJ
Terms?One half cash, balance on a
credit of oho year, i with the privilege of
paving all ('ash.) credit portion secured by
Boiid of purchaser hearing interest from day
of sali-, and a mortgage of the piemises,
Purchaser to pay for papers ami recording.
I.ulber K Shuler \
vs. I Koreelosurer,
Camm K Kelecr Adin'r ]
By virtnre of this Judgment herein, I
will sell at Orangeburg C. II., on the Kirst
Monday in October uesl, during the usual
hours of sale at public auction, the follow
ing Heal Kstate, vsz :
All thai piece or parcel of land in
Orangeburg County, containing I7? acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of Mrs.
t'atharin Shuler, Ksl;, Adam Dasli, Mrs.
Aiuamhi Bobkhardl and the Dower track,
assigned to Mrs. Juilla S Thompson.
The remainder of the iletfriliciiatiotl of
Mrs. Thompson's Dower in ?l acres
assigned to her by ('arson's in Power.
Terms?One half Ca?h, ( with the privi
lege of paying all cash), balance on a credit
of one year, secured by Bond of purchaser,
hearing interest from day of sale ami a
martgage of the premise , purchaser to pay
for papers ami molding.
Sheriil's Olfice, " )
?rangebiiig C. lt., [ K. I. CAIN,
Sept. !)th, 187? j S. (). C.
sepl 111 ot
8ilm) -V. to c. p. r.owKhh.U'o,
New York, for Phutuphlct of 100pages,
containing li-ts of itUO newspapers, and
estimates, showing cost of advertising.
PEOF. ATSTTOTSJ" BEEG,
Agent liiidtlcn ?fc Iia(c? Southern MuhIc House,
"Mu.sicdiath charms to aootho Hie ?avage breast."
I nm now prepared to offer inducements to the public oi Orangeburg that
have never been heard of before. I have a magnificent assortment of
Pianos from Chickcring, Haines Bros., Hallet, Davis & Co., and Southern
Gem, etc., and Mason ds Hamlin's Organs. Pianos from $200 and upwards.
Terms extraordinarily easy. Organs from $70 and upwards. Besides
Violins, Brass Instruments, Violin Strings, Sheet Music, a \ in a word,
everything that a musical taste can suggest in the above lino.
? I can be found at Slater's Hotel, where my instruments can be inspected,
and where I will always be glad to give any information to beginners on
the Pianos, Organs, Violins, &c.
tcpt 30 187G 17
I am just receiving a LARGE and WELL ASSORTED STOCK of
FALL &, WINTER GOODS,
Comprising all the
DiiniTEI^EjSrT ILIjNTES IN"
HAT'S, BOOTS, Sil OES, HARDWARE,
iWO?D & WILLOW WARE,
SADDLES & HARNESS,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE,
In endless varieties.
I have also added to my establishment a Storeroom for
E IJ R NITU R E,
And shall always keep on hand a good assortment of same. All goods
S?LL) C'l EFAJ? FOR CASH,
And according to the times. Call and examine for yourselves.
Respect fully yours,
;o get gro
Having just opened, we invite our
friends to call and see us.
sept 22 1870. tf
iiere is tlie place now
eeries and liquors and
that is H3w,
We sell for cash mid
Tlie fast trolling thorough-bred Stallion
M AMI51IIN O T 111 'ST RI?:
will stand for the Fall seasonal my stables.
.MAM UK I NO v Maiubiino
Medley, he by Old M.uhbriiio'Chief; Mam
hrino Medley's tirsi dam by Young Medley,
a fine race mare, second dam by Stanley;
third dam by Trustee; fourth dam by
Maiiihrino Trustee's first dam Jenny
Oepiicv, hv llolcohn; first datnlrv Ladv
Woodford,'h\ Sir William Woodford"; he by
YV??tlford; first dam by I .rtratal.
Mambi ino Trustee was bred by (leorgc
W. Ogdeii, Wrights Station, Kentucky
Central Kail K oad, Bourbon County,
Kentucky. He is five years old, and has
not had much handling but what hail show
ed splendid action. lie trotted on the
Columbia track hist fall at tin1 rate of U: 15.
THAI). U. ANDREWS
Orangchtirg Livery and sale stables.
P. S. Hoard for a few mares can be had at
aug lit If
Cotton Gins! Cotton Gins! i
I am prepared to furnish the
TAY lib It GIN
with all its latest improvements.
One 10 SAW CIN on hand.
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
Kussel! St., next to Mr. Albergotti's Bakery.
The Two Story Building in ihcTowno
Lewisville. The first Story lilted upas a
Store, complete in all respects. The second
Story arranged foi a Residence.
For particulars apply to
aug. 5 If
3*5 TO j$'io PIStt BAY AT
Home. Samples worth SI free. Stinson
& Co., Por? 'and, Mane.
want to make
a change iu our busi
ness and have made a
change in our prices. We
will sell our Entire Stock of
Goods now in Store at cost for
the next thirty days. We mean
what we say, and would invite all
those that wish to save money
to call and price before
J. P. BARLEY & CO.
Importer a?>d Manufacturer
HARNESS ft SADDLES.
Had the pleasure to inform the PnbhV
that be has Received a heavy Stock from
the North of every description what, belongs,
to n first class Saddlery Establishment.
Also wish to draw particular attention tat
his Stock of
LA DJ RS RIDING SADDLES'
und his assortment of
1'riecs lower then ever.
Good Saddles at $3.50.
(iood Shoes at $1.75
The undersigned will resume the exer
cises of his Academy for boys and girls civ
Monday 4th of Sept also his class for youngs
lathes in the afternoon.
The patronage of the public is respect
JAMES S. HEY WARD.
sept '1 4i>