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G EN. JOHNSON ilAGOOI).
I. ieu( vit a ii !-<;?> vor nor.
GEN. .1. 1). K EN NED Y.
Secretary of Slate.
< or. II. M. Si ms.
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LkRoy V. Youmaxs.
Sup'I. of Education.
( apt. Ifroii S. Thompson.
Adjt. and Inspector General.
A. M. Manioaui.t.
( 'ol. J. P. RlCUAKDSON.
~ KKlTiA Y, .11-KK 11, 1SS0.
JOll NSON HAb'OOD.
Next to Senator Hampton few men
have ever been more unanimously
and warmly endorsed than was Gen.
Johnson I la good in the recent State
Democratic Convention. It should
be gratifying to him, as well as to the
whole Slate, (hat there is such
unanimity ol* sentiment.
l>.rave in war, humble in peace,
honest, fair and practical in all his
business rein f ions, the giibernalori.il
mantle could not fall on one more
worthy Chan Johnson Hagood. lie
is the embodiment of tho Hampton
policy which gives the colored people
? equal political rights and education
al advantages. Opposition to him
would, therefore, be as wilful as it \ji
THE DUTY IDF THE PARTY.
The Convention of tho Democratic
party in Columbia deeded a der a
long and I.S'uH'OP.gh debu'iC lo noini
nale it Slate ticket al once. The
"ticket has been nominated with the
understanding that the campaign
shall not be opened until later in the
season. Still, during the calm which
is to precede the buttle much can be
done in preparation for victory. The
clubs have been rc-organizod. These
organizations must be kept in tact,
and every ellbrt must be made lo in
crease their strength and ellieieney.
Much has been said in the debates
in the Convention about cuthusiasin,
and about immediate nominations
destroying it. bul while enthusiasm
is a good thing, calm and quiet work
is much belter. Wo warrant Iho en
thusiasm will come with the County
nominations, if we may judge .In, the
iniipbcr of candidates in prospect.
Above all things, we must watch for
attac ks of the enemy in the mask of
independent ism. It is easier lo
fight an open enemy than a disguised
one. In the interim, until the open
ing of the campaign, every Demo
erat must keep himself in readiness
for the fray.
The frequency of efforts in Kor
shaw County to arfingc and engage
in duels has at last aroused the
people ofthat section of the State lo
take action in the matter.
An anti-duelling association was
formed in Camdem on lust Saturday
with Gen. J. H. Kcrshaw as Presi
dent. Gen. Kcrshaw anil several
prominent citizens made speeches
Ileforc the association and thirty nine
gentlemen signed the roll. Uesolu
tions were passed setting forth the
object of the association "to t ruin,
educate and organize tho public
opinion and moral sense of t he people
to :i t rue perception of the criminali
ty of dtudling;" "to lake proper
measures to procure an adjustment
of all personal dillleulties; lo use and
enforce all legal means of preventing
duels, ami lo enforce the laws against
it in every case of their violation.11
'I his is a gootl movement, and tho
next step should be l<? form or per
fect associations lo make gentlemen
of all mcu. We menu by this, gentle
men at heart, and not in mere exter
nal appearances and professions. If
there was more regard for. the feel
ings of others, and less seifishcsH iu
human nature, our land would be dis
tracted by fewer diilicultics. There
are many who take advantage of
safely to insult.
BOSS KOSCOE'S LASH.
Roscoc ('onkling has certainly dis
played his littleness at the Chicago
Convention in the most glaring light
before the country. II?- has dune
this, not only by his puerility ami
bombast, hut by his Mind and nar
row minded partisanship. Ami noth
ing has shown him up more thor
oughly than his resolut ion to expel
from the Convention three delegates
from West Virginia who did not see
lit to bind themselves by the action
of the Convention. The answer of
Mr. Campbell of West Virginia one
of the three self-thinking delegates
was a complete crusher to the haugh
ty Lord Koscoc. lie said that, "If it
had come to this, that a delegate
could nol come here to express his
free opinion; he, for one, was ready
to withdraw. He had Leen a Repub
lican editor in Virginia for twenty
live years, who had imbibed his poli
tical faith from thelipsofWm.il.
Seward in New York. He would
never, in advance, agree to anything
a Convention might do. Hi- intend
ed always to carry his own sovereign
ly under his own hat."
This is the corrcct.position. Parly
is a painful necessity, but it toed not
deprive us of all our manhood ami
individuality, ll is never intended
that men should surrender all free
dom of thought and ad ion. and l>"
come mere automatons or machines.
In the language of (leu. Gary in his
speech before the Democratic Con
volition in Columbia, "High-strung
men, w ho do not take their cue from
any one man, will not how to the
ipsc di.rlt of any autocrat of the
Delegates are responsible to their
constituency ami to themselves, and
m it to the ( i >n vent i< in.
We appreciate fully the import
ance and necessity of party allegi
ance, lutt even party allegiamc
should not cause us to surrender 'in
decency and self-respectf. t
If lliorrj of us won1,, fi.XVVy our own
sovereignty uefier our ow n hats it
would he 'jeder I'm- the moral lone of
the} country. There t an In* no moral,
intellectual, or material progress,
A New York correspondent of the
Atlanta "Constitution" says:
If Tilden docs not want the muni
nat ion?and may not be the strong
est inan- and may not be able to
carry the convention for himself, he
will certainly have one third of the
delegates w ho w ill stand by him to
the last, and will prevent the iiominn
lion oi man distasteful to him. It is
more than probable thai tiny can
name t he candidate.
Now who w*l this man be? 1 be
lb.-. .? it will he Judge Field. This
seems I i be I he opinion of those
closest to y. r. ': ihlen. The Tilden
maun : - an ! the Field managers
woils logo'her, .r-d praise each ot b
er's candidate. Tilden himself hu.?
said more in Field's favor than for
any one else. Field's course on the
electoral commission, when be threat
ened lo Inc.!!-; up the commision by
leaving il. and his brother's course all
through, won Tilden's respect and
friendship. The Tilden inen gravi
late to Field and praise him; and.
more significant than all, the promi
nent politicians are beginning to
hoist his banner.
WHO NEXT I
Now that the agon; is over a!
Chicago, all eyes will be turned to
Cincinnati, when- the Democratic
Convention meets on Tuesday, little
het ler i hau a week from to day. 11
i-. predicted by many 11 at there w ill
be a similar si niggle.
It \: hardly probable that any can
dklntc will be nominated on the first
ballot, ami with the combinations
that may take place afterwards, it i>
diliicull to predict w Im w ill be druck
by lightning. Wht) ever il is must
he a si litesmilll and pa t riot, i f w e
expect to with
( ol. ( '. F.. Ii. Cash and < apt. W. I..
De Pass of Cniudcn are tdiil hunting
each other for ti duel which has been*"
prevented I w ice b\ the nrresl of ('apt.
I >cP?ss. We I ehiovo the mallei w ill
be set' leid by friends.
(JAltFIEFD THE DARK HOUSE.
Tho upshot of the Chicago Con
vention has been the nomination of
J. A. Gnrlield-on the 36th ballot ns
the Republican nominee for Presi
dent. During all the ballotiugs, ex
cept Hu- last, Grant look the lead
'i about SHO votes, followed by
.line with 270, ami the other can
didates ranging behind. Gartield
iij) to the iVAuX ballot never received
more than ti votes, and the greater
portion of the time only I vole.
Finally the (Maine and Sherman
people turned upon him us the only
chauce lo beat Grant, which he did
on l he IJOI It ballot with '?'.'?)'.) voles.
There is no disguising the fact
thai it is u lucky thing for the Re
publicans. He is :i much.harder man
to beat than either Grant or Maine.
Grant it is h ue would have given us
harder work in the Southern States,
but Garlield will unite the Northern
Republicans w ho would undoubtedly
have been divided by (Irani.
By divided, we tin not mean that
there would have been mii indepen
dent movement or boll if Grant hud
received the nomination, but merely
that the anti-third-tcrmers would
have Caused :i much larger defection
from the party than will rosttll to
Garlield. On the contrary, we admit
that no man could unite and solidify
the floored vote of the South more
thoroughly limn (!rant. The colored
people arc already manifesting signs
of disgust at the defeat of their
Garlield, however, is not without
weak points. Iiis connection with
ihe Credit Mobilier infamy will have
to be explained aw ay.
Arthur of New Yoik lias been
nominated for Vier President. Tin
ticket is made up from Ohio ami
New York in :i similar manner to
which it was done the last time w hen
Hayes was beaten; ami if the Demo
crats put up the right man at < in
einnati, Garlield will be beaten too.
ElHiEFIEM) IN LINE,
At n meeting of Vnc Fruit Hill
Democratic Club, l.lon. W. S. Alhn
the delegate wiio refused to act in
theColemhhi Convention contrary to
w*'jal bethought the instructional' his
constituents, ottered a resolution,
which w as 411100tmouttly "rrfrf^^^Tr
taiuingthe action of the Convention
in nominating curly, and pledging
support to t he t ickel.
- m ? m
The First Cotton Bloom?The Pence
Jamisons dune '.?th (880.
Etlilor Time* :
Mr. ( '. A. NY. Ryan can boast of n
cotton blossom from a stalk of this
The question of the fence law is :i
much discussed topic in this neigh
How would it do to make ihe ran
didates for the Legislature show
their bund on this subject, and run
them on their merit :is "fence"" or
"no fence" advocates?
The people here are .-ill alive for
Hngood, and :ire well pleased with the
State ticket. Let the County do as
Much sickness prevails. Business
M 01; i A XON.
JAMES F, IZLAB,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
OR?NGEB?RG, S. C.
OHlce coruer of Court House Square
and Church Street, the same
formerly ow ned und oc
cupied by \V in. M.
junc 11 tf
Agreeably to the order of the Court of
Common Plein? made in the case of W. p.
<';iin against W. Ii tiatcs, I will sell at
(trnngeburg Coin' House on the first Mon
day in July rext, within the legal hours,
all tin t 1 a of 1 md, situate in the t >wn ?f
l.ewisville, containing 5>(?-100 of an acre,
more or ie?s, distinguished as lot A. in n
plat ninde by S. It. Millichatnp, dune 1!',
l s7?. and annexed toa conv yance inade
l>\ \V. It. (Sates to l>. A. Melver.
Another lot in saiil lonn marked lb in
the aforesaid plot.?Terms cash. Purchas
ers lo pay for papers and recording.
I will sell in (he case of Caroline L.
^(roiuaii and others, Kxcculors of John J.
Stroinan's Will, against Thomas It.
Whiiley, at die same lime and place, all
thai iraci ol land containing one hundred
niul ninety-! hive acres. tiluatc in the Coun
w <>i <innig? burg and Stale of Somit ('tiro
lina, hounded by hinds of .biriah Arthur,
IniVid lloilM r, .Joseph "n olfc, Anna V
Wh'ihv and lands belonging lo Ihe Kstales
of ihe lale.ohn .'? NVamiiuiiakcr and Olin
M. Ilanzl ri. -Term* cash, purchasers ti
pay for papers and n > nrdiug.
:i i, r's Ollice i TIP >8. VV. CLOY EH.
. June, S, tJ-'so. I Mash r.
rillte Jim Ml mill ctic lines
1 Liquors in Ornngeburg. for sale
\\ all-n r Came i<" ? old stand.
AU persona having "WlllclieH or
?Icv\?lry in my hands to be repaired are
hereby rctpic*ted to call at once and take
the Huiuo away and pay the charges thereon,
as 1 am intending to remove from Orange
burg on the first of July next.
T. 1>. CHIVIETTE.
jiui 11 tf
A lot of acres of land, belonging to
Fnmk Fcnicka, situated about one inile
from Town near the Stage Itoad, and bound
ed by lands of Dr. Keitt. Mrs. Walker, Mrs.
Andrews and S. It. Mellicluimp, will bo sold
hy Auctioneer lluhhcU, in front of (he
Court House on Salcsday in July.?Terms
one-half cash, balance in twelve months.
juii 11 -It
> Hers to Itin I'riciids aiitl (lie
W publici at (he store recently occupied
J\ W. MOSEXEX
A full Stock of General
J Jlft \J* i.J^LJL1 Ji/JLOJtli.
A call solicited and satisfaction guaran
Will be made a specialty.
W. B. THOMPSON.
junc 4 18S0 ly
For sale <>n reasonable terms.
Also a large lot of good souun
Hy II. S. liENNEKEIt.
J. E>SjS ?jm3d3r.SWS,
Would Itepectfully inform the Citizens
of Orar.geburg, /hat lie has in charge the
Slock and fixtures ofZ. J. King, at Wallace
Cannon's old Stand. Main Street?where
he will he glad to serve his friends and the
public with anything in his line of trade.
Kverv thing fresh and pure, and guaran
teed to give satisfaction. A full line of
t.( k >b> k? |>i constantly on hand.
I loin and raised in Otatigchurg, I hope
to receive a liberal uharc of the patronage
of iiiv FcHow-Citiions.
.1. DEE ANDREWS.
Calicos at si\ and a quarter cents,
('aliens at six and a quarter cents.
Calicos at six ami a quarter rents,
('aliens at six min a quarter cents.
( aliens at six and a quarter cent.-..
New an Fashionable
received CVCI'V Week-.
Linen Suit-. Linen Clstersiind ('ir
eulas, unite Lawn Basques,
neatly t rimmed from
$l ' -2.". up.
Of Fmbroidorics, Laces, Ribbons
Gloves, Parasols, Buchings,
Ni ek Ties in :i" the late
Styles and very
Particular attention to our immense
Latest Novelties being constantly
Selling fas and cheap.
We have the Finest, Best and Lowes)
Priced Clothing, Shirts. Hats
Shoes and Oentdemcn's Neck Warr
A N I")
Don't you forget to call at
Fashionable Dry Good-j Emporium.
M A YOJt'S OFFICE,
May ?fltli 1800.
Hereafter any [party found removing, or
in any manner tampering w ith the Street
Lam]'-, will he arrested, mid upoit**ullicieut
proof, will I"' heavily lined. As several
Lamps liave been taken froni their places.
All parties are warned against having them
in their pos icssioii.
Ity (Inter of,
.I. S. A I ItKl'd :< > I' l l. Act. Mayor.
I . It. do.N i s. ( h i k of I '.iiin. il.
? ?lioioe ( lieu inc. :ui<l N ill oiling
* Tobacco, lhaiidy IVacluM &c, at WulJ
laeo Ci.ni.on .- oUI stand.
HENRY KOH ITS
The protracted inacti vity of Trade has indicated many Manufacturers of Pry Good*
to work off the ininience Stocks on hand by a gener.nl
P-EBTTCTIOISr OF PIttCES
Taking advantage of the opportunity now offers
500 PIECES C?LICGS
500 Pieces Calicos
AT SRVETST GI?NTS
AT SEVEN OE3STTS.
These prints are all new and choice standard makes and fast colors.
All other goods have been MAItlvI^I) 1>(> ?V\ hi proportion.
Spring and Summer Dres3 Goods.
AH kinds of Fancy and Mack (tress Goods from 0} cents per yard to thr Finest Goods
Imported, selliin rapidly at our Lotv Popular JPriocs.
White Dress Goods
Including Figured and Dotted Swise I.acc, Striped and Checked Cambrics, Nansooks,
l'ifpies, etc., at remarkably Low Prices.
The best English, German and French make in Gloves and Stocking*, in plain and
fancy Colors, Lisle, Ilalhrlggan and Silk Checked for Misses, Ladies and Gentlemen
BOYS ?ND GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHINC
In this line 1 am the acknowledged Leader as regards Styles and Low Prices. Goods
are hell? r nuole, hettcr trimmed, and cut in better stvlcs than can he found in other
CL O T HIN G J IO US J2S;
Ladies, Childrens and Gentlemen's Shoes
Our reputation in keeping the best Assortment and liest Quality tor the XjEAST
BIONKY is still maintained. Ask for the celebrated Illlhd MudcStOCk,
every pair warranted.
Always on hand, at terms to suit, the King of Sewing Machines the
White Shuttle Sewing* Machine
Also BUTTERIOK'S RATTEENS lor Spring and Summer.
8*35P YVe particularly invste you to come and secure the It A-RC* A.I.\S now offered
J. I. Sorentrue,
THE BEST f
Th.e Xiowest Prices!
SHOES of every quality.
.All First Class Goods!
Itottb.d Tickles, 18 cents
French Sardines, cents
Fresh Cod Fielt 8 cents per lb,
Large Fat Mackerel 8 for 25 cents.
Hcpt Hio Coffee ?"> lbs for %\
Light blown Sugar 11 lbs for $1
Best Hyson Tea 70 cts per lb, worth $1
7>'est White Wine Vinegar 12 ets quart
AlfonGood Quality of lMug Tobac
co at 40 cts per pound at
J. I. Sorentrue.
F. A. SCniFFLEY,
(Next Door to Dr. Patrick.)
Would inform my flicndfl that I hove
opened a first class
On my own account, and would solicit their
ONLY FRESH GOODS
Kept, and -old for the
Lo west Possible Trices
may M 3m
A ilioico imported port and
" / Sherry Wine, for sale low, at Wallace
t 'a noon's oM stand.
ANDREW C, DIBBLE,
; COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
ST- PAUh AND CHURCH STREETS,
< > 1 111l^'<'Litl^, S. 01?
hpl LSSD 3in
fl am prepared to supply
H families with the celebrated Philadel
phia Champagne Lager 7/eer by the Dozen
cheaper than Charleston market. At
Wallace Cannon's Old Stand.
J 1?KL A NPK WS, Agt.
IP A LEFVENDAHL
BOOT & SHOEMAKER,
Respectfully informs Iii? customers and
the public gencrnUy, tliat he ho> jiut re
ceived a full stock of the very best Mate
rial and Latest Styles, just suited for
Spring and Summer, which will ho made up
in any style at from $.'l 50 to 4 T)0 for Shoes
and (iaiters, boots from $7 up.
Repairing done in the neatest manner
and on the shortest notice.
I also keep constantly on hand a f '1
stock of Leather, La?t?, r*"gs, Awls,
Thread and all other Material tmed in this
Having many years experience in the
business, 1 guarantee satisfaction in nty
work and prices. A trial is solicited.
Bw"*' 1 will not br responsible for work loft
with me longer than three months.
P A LEFVENDAHL.
fob '27 ly
Notice to Farmers.
After three years of practical experience,
I am now prepared to oiler my services to
the Farmers ofOrnngeburgand adjoining
Counties to do all kinds of (?in repairing.
Old tiins made as good as new. Will do
your work at your houses, and save you ihn
trouble of moving the (Jin. All work
warranted to givo entire satisfaction.
Orders respectfully solicited.
LANG DUN W. POOSKR.
Ornngeburgt S. C.
may 21 dm
CIlmmpiiiKii Lurffer Beer,
j bottled by the English Bottling Co.,
prescribed by Physicians as the xnor\
healthy beveragein the world. Freehand
pure. For sale at Wallace Cannon's old
Man I, by J. DEE ANDREWS, Agt.