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ONE -DOLLAR HEB ANNUM. }?
GOD .A.TS D OUR COUNTRY
FRIDAY MOBNINU. NOVEMBER 14, 1879.
ALWAYS IN ADVANCE
F. BeMARS, & gt.
Friends and t'onntrjmen
f)o Bot wait until ion ?pend
"f^T^ry cent in place? dear,
31 ak* DxMAKH rour Grocer hert!
Ask him for hig if A MS ?o nice,
Running at the LOWEST PRICE !
Stop ana try hi* Flour uo fine,
Cheett, and Aid, things in hin line I
liars to mo BUT FRR sent around ?
>>ery man tdiould hat? a pound I
And if you'd feel well and able,
I?ut hit MACKEREL on your Tablo !
dood art all thing* in his Store,
Reason cannsbt auk for more-I
Onto trj hin LIQUORS rare?
if an'i be'.,ualle<l >nr where !
J^tctj man who knows DsMARS,
ltu"het for hit good Segaral
Jn his Sample Room they fly,
f^Tery time that they aredry I
Sgfi&e'thing tells them HE'S the man 1.
_A.nd he always lends the van !
JfttYtr yet did he retreat,?
J)?n't Y?u know he can't be heat?
J^ook within hit Storeio grand,
Jn hit Bar-Rootu ? near at hand;
Ruction htm and you will nee?
UNDKRSOLD?HR CA>*NOT BE!
Oh ! weit not till von are wiser,
Reason points to Mr. RISER,
S?Hi?g tancy Dri. k? to all?
d^ivc h:m theu a general / all,'
Real attured, DeM AKSWlls cheap,
A"d the finest goods will keep,
Vierer crate to blot* your tian?
Jjown with all?except
p. a. c?MM
ONS DOOR P.A8T OF
?r. A. C. Dnkc'N Drur: Store,
Tdreeeh-Loading tingle barrel Guus,
flora $15 up. i
Double barrel JBreec h-Loadera from
?Sjngle barrel Muzzle Loaders from
$2 50 up.
Double barrel Muzrle-Loaders from
?7 50 up.
7 thot Pistols from $1 25 to $8 50.
5 shot Pistols 32-100 from $2 50 to
?Smith ? Wesson 32 100 $12.
38 100 $13 75.
" 44 100 from $10 to
?25. All of these pistols are cen
tre fire with automatic cartridge
Also Hardware of every descrip
tion, at prices corresponding with the
above* Call and examine goods nud
price*. Satisfaction guaranteed in
The undesigned respectfully in
foims the public that he is prepared
to do all
Kind of Work
in the above line on the shortest no
tice and at
HORSESHOE.NG done in the
best possible manner.
I also have in full operation my
PLANING AND MOULDING
All work in this line done without
delay and on reasonable terms
A share of the public patronage is
july 25 II. RIGGS.
Knowltoii & Latlirop,
ATTORNEYS AND fOUNSELLORS
AT I j A \V ,
ORANGEB?RG, f*. C
bot|W "? tf
Notice of Disjointdem.
'VjOTICE is hereby given, tliat tin
Partnership between J- L i^Hrenlriie
and .loKcph Lorvea, was dissolved on the
i!2nd day of October, A !>. IS7U, l?v miltiliil
consent. AIDIchls due t?* said Partnership
arc to be. to, ami those ditu frbm sauio.
discharged by J. I. borcntriie, who will
continue the business at the old stand, in
his own name.
.1. i. MORKNTKITK,
JOSKPII I .OH YEA.
Orangeburg, Oct. 22nd, 1ST!?.
HAVING withdrawn from the Partner
ship of Sorentrtie ?fc Lorvea, I return
thanks to those who have so kindly patron*
iied said Firm, and would ask for Mr J, I.
Sorentruc, who continues lhe business tit
ttlit: old stand, a continuance of said
JOSEPH LORY RA.
Orangeburg, SfC., Oct. 22nd 1S7H.
oct 24 3t
nuil Morphias lit hit curnt.
t. > Orlrcl n:i I ?'?'' ?r-1' ?'?'??!'??>
ci: ti: .t .1 ai.uip f. r bunk na
Opium K*rl?g. to w. fi. Hf)iilit\
Wi-rlhluMiS. Oi.-inc C?.. luO.
LOOK BEFORE YOU LE AP I!!
IDxamine Before I^nying Il^l-evvliere
, ? ? ,..,?!?? I ' * "AT '
f JOSEPH EROS'
AT CAPT BRIGGMANN'S OLD STAND
Fancy Baker and Candy Manufacturer.
Keeps positively tlie Fined and Largest assortment of Confectionery
at W holcsule and Retail for the very Lowest Prices.
A Fresh Stock of Groceries ami Canned Goods of all kinds will be
Hold at a Small Advance on cost price.
1 he Belt Brands of Flour, the Finest Cigars and Tobaccos and'Fruits.
X.' a.0*if S intlitlBlied with Hot Coffee and Meals at low figures.
Orders-foT "Wedding Cakes and Supplies for Cakes a specialty.
#THE NEW WILSON
Is wonderful In Its conception, un
precedented for doing a largo range of
sewing in textile fabrics and leather. Its
motions are continuous, admitting of an
extraordinary rate of speed, either by
steam cr foot power. Every motion of tho
M \}^^^^^J^L>\ treadle makes six stitches, thus produc
jgf? j|^iTn^B^rtSLZ^\ 'n8 about one-third more work In a day
lg&BjBff^^^T'BflB^^^v than other Sowing Machines. It has no
%SHjjj^ Gtop motions, and tightens tho stitch with
. the needle out of tho fabric. It uses tb*
woN-KtR'wii?iirjun Compound t-eoa on both sides of the needle. It
has two-thirds less parts than any other first-class Sewing Machine.
Its arm Is fully eight and one-half inches long and five and one-half
Inches high, and the whole Machine is very compactly and scien
tifically constructed in proportions, elegance, design and appear*
ance. Its simple, powerful arid perfect mechanism places it as far
In advance of all other Sewing Machines as the telephone is superior
to the tin speaking tube. Tho WILSON MENDING ATTACHMENT,
for repairing all kinds of textilo fabrics WITHOUT PATCHING, fur
nished FREE with ail WILSON SEWING MACHINES, together with
a'Tuckor, Huffier, G?rdor, Set of Hemmers, Binder, otc,
sVa THEODORE KOHN
oct 24 AG10NT FOR ORANGEBURG COUNTY.
.a CJi a.ng 111
1 4 11 I
((The undersigned would rrspectful
ly inform tho citizens of tins uud
adjoining Counties.',1 that he has given
up merchandizing in order to give
his w I rde intention to
Will arrive the coming week a
large lot of fine Harness nml Raddle
HORSES wl ich will he offered at
very reasonable prices.
Having many yiar* experience in
the above business I feel confident of
giving lull frutisfnetiou to every one
who favors rue with thru patronage.
\V. M. SAIN.
At the Old Stand.
A X I)
"'rime and tick." Iniili wanted !ire,
For NVnteJi ?|>il (Tim !- ;ind people here,
1 f tick you need, or time to net,
Juxt saunter round to t Ihiviette.
For twenty yearn and two, he'?spent
I In learning Imw Ids :irts io know,
By special rroviden.u he'ti sent
Td Oraiigcburg thai art to ahnw.
I f a Watch will keep no lime,
And if a Chick w ill give lie tick,
'Tis jii.-t because you've inisaed this line,
Winch lull it of good work^truc an J quick.
If .your Watch will keep Ho time.
<!u to T. DoChivielto;
I f your Clock will give no tick.*
(Jo to T DeOhiviolto.
"Tick and lime'1 are needed here
Itv I'a I in eis, Doctors, Lawyers, all,
I F this lie H ue, then take good care
()n T. I). Chiviette to call.
?frSrNOTlCK?All Watches remaining
with me for repair-on (he Im Nov., I^TS,
will he Mild at unction if not called fur bo
foio die lir*t Momlav in December next.
july 1 If
Mrs. .1 Oakman, having occupied .the
commodious residence of Clipl. l'\ II. W
ItriKguiiiiui on Amelia street, will accom
modate a few hoarders. Kates reasonable
and satisfaction guaranteed.
n. If. MeDONAI.n CO..
PrnffgitUi nml (in, Apia., ?? :n KronciMtn, ('ntif.irnla,
nml cur <>f Washington m<.l (Jhnrllon Rta., N V.
Soli! by ul! lirtiggUt? m<<l Dealers.
Rust Proof Oats
Also a small lot of
Rust Proof Wheat!
This .Seed was tested in Georgia
la.st Season and was a success.
JOHN A. HAMILTON.
A Good WAX BKOGAN for Si,
A Good WOMAN'S SHOE for 90 c.
JOHN A- HAMILTON.
40 Head Horses
JUST AKIttVHIl AT
E. F. Slater's Stables
The above Stock is as L'TNK at
ever brought into this State, ami will
he sold at very reasonable prieM.
The public is respectfully invited
to call am! exaniino the same.
E. P. SLATBIt.
J. W. H. Dukes, Jr.,
Respectfully informs the public
generally that his Stab Its arc couip.e
ml and tilled Willi EINK
HOUSES AND MULES
Which he is offering at very
Those in want of good Stock are re
spectfully invited to give me a call.
J. W. H. DUKES, Jn.
Robertson, Taylor & Co.,
UKO. >V. WILLIAMS & CO.
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers
and (Jcneral Commission .Ver
1 & IIAYNE ST.,
C11A R L, K STO N, S. C.
July \) S!70 3m
The PlucK of the Democracy.
We are never more Impressed with
the wonderful vitality and rugged
power of the Democratic party than
in the days of its defeat. The sur
prise is not in tho election of Toes lay
last that tho Democrats, burdened as
they were, suffered defeat, but that
they were able to exhibit such strength
and resolution. Surely thero
never was more liukindness shown a
party in preparing it for combat. The
issues were awful, yet under these
circumstances?such that it ought to
be a matter of surprise that there is a
Demoeractic vote to each Oh to towu ?
ship?the old party comes ottt grim
as an army of veterans, ami lights to
the bitter end, in the spirit of the sol
diers of Russia, of whom it is said it
is not sufficient to kill them, they
must bs knoc ked down after they are
dead. Now, we are able to rejoice
that this surprising host was discom
fited? beaten a few per cent., in a
prodigious vote, and we know that
under the gloom of their defeat there
may be disappointment and resent
ment, but never discouragement. On
the next occasi >ri they will turn out
again with full rauk.?Cincinati Qum
A Concei vative Programme
Advices received here from Dem o
lic leaders of high national roputo,
especially from Southern public man,
leave no doubt that a broadly nation
al and conservative course will be
the Democratic policy the coming
winter. Zealots will be made to ta te
back seats. Pasbionato declamation,
tropical rhetoric and sectional recri
mination wiM bo severely set down
upon. Sucht safe and conservative
leaders as Bayard, Wbyte, Kenan,
Randolph, Otirdon, Dt mar and Ran
som will dqjLmstrnte 'hut the. Demo
cracy of all sections are anxious for a
cordial alignment with the national
feeling, the character, capital and
respectability of the country. The
UepubHcuns will be furnished with no
more campaign thunder in the shape
of ioolidi utterances ofexciti d oratory
addressed to back woods audiences at
homo rather than to the intelligence
of Congress and the country. With
the advantage of tho handsome vict
ory in New York and with no handi
cap of ?illy utteraucea from would-ha
leaders in Congress, the best inform
ed Democrats here claim that the
party is sure of a substantial and en
during victory next year.
Immigrants Must be Solicited.
Georgia has awakened to the fa ct
'.hat if she wishes to enjoy a rapid in
crease of wealth and prosperity, she
must encourage immigration. The
last general assembly passed an im
migration act, but it is not as liberal
ill its provisions as it ought to be
However, the governor, is determined
to make the most of it. and has, there
fore,appointed an agent in New York
to represent tho interests of Georgia
in that city, An effort will be made
to induce a Inir share of the immi
grants landing at Castle Cardeu to
locate in Georgia. While the north
west is rapidly filling up, nnd the
gre.it valleys and plains of that region
are being dotted with splendid farms
and beautiful villages, the south, with
! her rich soil and genial climate, is
passed by almost unnoticed. Texns
alone, of all the Sotitheri. States, is
reaping any benefit from the thous
ands of immigrants who annually
leave Europe in search of homes in
this country. If the Southern States
want immigrants, they must s:ek them
as Texas and the Stat ea of tho west
seek them. Immigrants will not go
to a section of which they know noth -
ii g and about which no effort is mad e
to enlighten them.?New Orlcam
A young lady who didu't admire
tho cus'om iu vogue among her sisters
of writing a letter and then crois
writing it to illegibility, said she
would prefer her epistles "without su
Schooling that Does not Educate.
The whole tendency of modern edu
cation is to lifi hoys and gir's to pla
ces they are not fitted to fill, to dis
gust them with work which they are
Gtted to do, which must be done, and
which cau be easily obtained. Our
theory of education is continually los
ing bight of a fact which never per
mits itself to be ignored, and leach
ing the young to lose sight of it, that
the mass of people in every gener
ation aud under whatever form of
Government, must be laborers. The
old heresy that every boy has a
chance to be President of the United
?Slates has done more mischief in the
SttiaM brains of boys who, when they
attain manhood's srength.are fitted
to dig trenches and do nothing else,
than it has even in larger brains of
public men who, once bitten with the
personal application of the idea, are
good for nolhiug afterward. The boy
should have an education which,
when completed, will make the sub
ject better fitted to pursuo well the
work for which he is fitted; which
makes him not ashamed to do it, and
which thus dignifies labor.
Words of Wisdom.
The world is governed by three
things?wisdom, authority and ap
pearances. Wisdom is for thoughtful
people, authority for rough people,
aud appearance for the great mass of
superficial people who cau look only
at the outside.
Seek not to pleafe the world, but
3 our own conscience. '1 he man who
1 as a feeling within him that he has
done his duty upon every occasion is
happier than he who hangs upon the
smiles of the great or the still more
fickle favors of the multitude.
Flatterers are the worst kiud of
traitors, for they will strengthen your
Imperfections, encourage you iu m11
evils, correct you in nolhiug, but so
shinlow and paiut your follies aud
vices as you shall never, by their will,
discover good from evil, or vice from
Imaginary evils soon become real
ones by indulging our reflections on
them; as he, who in a melancholy
limey sees something like a face on
the wall or wainscot, can, by two or
three touches w.th a lead pencil, make
it look visible, aud agreeing with
what he fancied.
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A Beautiful Extract.
The glory of summer has gone by ?
the beautiful greenness has become
withered and dead. Were this nil?
were there no assoc atinns of moral
desolation?of faded hopes?of hearts
withering in the bosoms of the living
? connected with the decaying sceu
ory arouud us, we would not indulge
in a moment's melancholy. The sea
sons of flowers will come again; iho
etrcams will flow gracelully as before;
the trees will again toss their cum
brous heads of greenness to the wind
ing rivulet, the coining blosoms will
start up nt the bidding of their guard
ian. But the hum in heart has no
such change like that of uaturo. "It!
has no returning spring time." Onco
blighted in its hour of freshness, it
bears forever the mark of the spoiler.
The dews of affection may fall, and
the gentle rain of sympathy be lav
ished upon it?but the stone of blight
ed feeling will never again wakon
into life?nor the crushed flowers of
hope blo-som with their wonted boau
ty. ? _
Yes, Men of the South, .ve have
done enough for conciliation. We
cflered you Horace Greeley, and in
sisted upon nmuesty for all.?N. Y
Tribune. Aye, you offered him and we
look him for the cause of peace he
represented. And you, ye Tribune
Scribes at d Conkling Pharisees, slew
him officially and foully murdered
him brain and body. Shame upon
you, Messrs. Iteid and Gould, for pro
faning that venerable shade!
A crowded street car affords a man
art opportuuity to stand up for his
In the Detroit Police Court.
A woman old, with ?pirit bold,
Had carried to the fair,
A splendid spreud, for any bed,
And worked with greatest care.
She had brought that spread forty
one miles over a dirt road, and she
was so aure of taking tho first prem
ium that she bought her a new back
eomb and a pair of red stockings ou
the strength of it. When tbo mo
mcntous hour arrived, hor spread
was left out in the cold. The woman
hadn't yet recovered from her shock
when along came Andrew Whitcomb,
picked up a cornor of tho spread, and
called out :
'Hey, old woman, how much for
this boss-blanket !'
That was too much. The woman
picked up a handy broom handle and
gave him Eevoral first premiums over
tho head. Afidrow escaped to the
street, pulled off his coat, and he was
daring the old lady and her bedspread
to come on wheu a policeman took
him in charge. / i
'Hjw mean it was of you to add.,
i nsult to injury !' exclaimed his hor -
or as Andrew kicked the sawdust in
i_. _r?t-- -i- >
ii uui vi tue UCSK..
T thought it was a boss blanket?J.
really did !' persisted tho prisoner.
T am afraid you have been drink
'Your honer. I cannot toll a lit.
Yes, I had been drinking.'
'Water?urn! Well, I can't help
it. If water aflected you that way it
won't change our pri ces here a bit. I
shall fine you $5.'
'PH pay, of course; but I toll you I
thought that was a boss-blanket!'
'Can't help what you thought; hand
the money to the clerk.'
'I'll hand the money to the clerk,
of course, but I must insist that it
wiva a boss-blanket!'
'I don't want any more talk. You'd
'I'll go, of course; but if that wasn't
a how-blanket, I never saw one!'
In a political way what a powor
for good is an honest, open, outspok
en aud independent newspaper. The
dishonest man feare tho newspapers,
for they will expose his vain trickery
to the public. The newspapers are
the over faithful watch neu upon the
walla of a people's liberties, ready at
all times to sound the alarm upju the
approach of dauger and to contend
to the death against the encroach
ments of an enemy. No enemy to
justice or liberty can pass unnoticed
this watchful sentinel.
Fuole, the great wit, shot many an
arrow that remained quivering iu tho
wound for a long time. When some
one, with bad taste, raised a laugh
agaiu?thim on the subject of his lame
ness, he turned on his intruder and
said sharply, 'Why do you attack my
weakest part? Did I ever say any
thing about your head?'
There is always some drawback to
our earthly pleasures. The man who'
was continually "sticking his nose
into other people's business'' found
his great drawback when he thrust
his prying proboscis into the avoca,?
tion of a limburger cbeeso manufac
ture!. - *
The World more than hints that
Mr. John Kelly, from certain election
revelations, the other day, has given
Grant the cuo to rut: and be elected
ou the doctrine enunciated iu hia
Des Moines speech, which was largely
j of a religious or sectarian character.
Ctesar had his Brutus aud Tilden
has his Kelly. Kelly is not as classical
as Biutus, but they belong to the
same kidney. Now, let J. K. fall on
his sword, politically, and make way
for Augustus Grant.
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As the western clouds are tinged
nn i Ui gold even after the sun is lost to
view, so does the memory of a kind act
bring a smile to the faco when iU
author is forgotten.
J Tho State Baptist. Convention will
meet at Aikeu on the zOth instant.