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[THE ORANGE HI JIM) TIMES.
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OUR STANDARD BEARERS.
GEN. JOHNSON HAG?OD.
GEN. J. D. KENNEDY.
Secretary of State.
Col. R. M. Sims.
James C. Corr.
LkRov F. youmaxs,
Sup't. of Educuliou.
Caet. Hoon S. Tiiomesos.
Adjt. and Inspector General.
A. M. Mamuault.
Col. J. P. Riciiakdsox.
FRIDAY, JU^K lfi, 1880.
GRANT ON SEYMOUR.
Gen. Grant, in an interview at Mil
waukie, gave it as bis opinion that
Seymour is the strongest candidate
?which the Democrats can put in the
field, saying he was almost ready to
hack him against the whole field.
Seymour, how ever, says he caunot
run nor accept the nomination if ten
dered him by tho Convention. Gen.
Grant, however, endorses Garfield as
might have been expected. This re
minds us of the adage "birds of
This gentleman starts in the race
lor the "White House, considerably
loaded. He cannot carry such weight
and make fast time, be the track in
never such good condition, [t is
our impression that his owners will
have to tiu more than one tiu can
to this horses tail to frighten him
through the race, even second best.
Now to Garfield as a man simply,
and without any reference to his
principles, and hi. character we have
nothing to say. When it comes,
however, to consider him in those
things w hich constitute the true man,
we do have a right to speak our opin
ion. We do not believe that the Re
publicans are sutisfied with the work
done at the Chicago Convention. From
recent developments his nomination
must have been a surprise to him
self and his friends, and was accept
ed because after the vote, it was too
late to remedy what a majority
would glady have had otherwise.
The issue is upon them, and if the
horse is sixteen feet high or sixteen
feet low they must stick to him, as
their nominee. He thinks to con
vince a fe?\ of the falsity of certain
slanderous charges against him by
maintaining what he considers a dig
nified silence. But his friends know
this so be old chaff and not calculated
to fool the most simple minded crea
ture who will give it a thought. They
who are his friends knowing \he
charges to be true cannot advise
him. If he denies them, they will be
proven, and to let them rest upon
him without explanation or denial is
more than he can hide behind coun
terfeit, dignity with absolute safety.
The Rlaine and Sherman men in
heating Grant have also beaten them
The Herald's estimate: "The Now
York Herald, after stating that (il l
of the 738 delegates Ltd the Dem?
antic National Convention are al
ready chosen, apportion those chosen
as follows: Tilden 185,'Bayard 117,
Hancock 8d, Seymour (18, Thurman
<i7. Field d l, Heiuhdekfl 87, Randolph
IN (in New Jersey.) Chase 14, (ill
Maine.) Morrison 8.
Mr. Tilden Is credited with only 12
votes in all the South, which four
years ny;o wan almost unanimous for
him. Hut Kentucky will add some
t- hi? li>?t It requires 10*J votwi to
?nominate. Where c;ui Mr. Tilden
get them? Kowhe're. They .-ire hol
:to !>e liiicl for him.O;? :
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j EX-UOV. TU/ftEN.
Pittsul'ko, Pa., June G.?Kx-Sena
tor E. A. Wood, of this city, who is a '
delegate to the Cincinnati Conven
tion.? spent two days with Ex-Gov.
Tiiilcn, last week, iti^Ncw York. In
an interview to-night he said: "One j
characteristic of Tilden is that he is
slow but certain. "Nobody ever hur
ried him, nor can he he hurried.
Now, anyone who thinks that Tilden
is drifting, uuccJ'taiirjMvithbut hav
ing made up his mind wdiat to do, is
widely mistaken. Ho has the whole
campaign of 1880 as clearly mapped
as was that of 1S7<>?all except one
thing; the . ..contingency of being
thrust out bvwhifl party, a conting
ency which Mr. Tilden is too un
suspicious to entertain for a moment
The Democratic party is already
orgauized without kuowing how it
was done or by whom. In the seclu
sion of his bnuishment, from the
rights of which he was defrauded in
1877, he has mapped out iu detail
the plau which will give the Demo
cracy victory, unless they uncere
moniously and unjustly thrust him
and bis plan aside."
Air. Wood is a physician by pro
fession, nud, in speaking of M r. Tihl
en's health, he said: "Speaking as
a physician, 1 was surprised to find
him enjoying general good health.
He sleeps well, cats hearty and is a
better walker than most men of his
age; indeed, I think he takes too'
much active exercise. I saw him
mount from the pavement si spirited i
horse. His left arm is largely impaired j
in its motion aud it tdiakes at times.
This is caused by a rheumatic oflec-!
tiou ofthat member. On account of
long continued pain and on account
of deposit iu the joints of the fingers
and wrists, motion was interfered
with so long that the muscles of the
arm became wasted. The trembling
is not the shaking palsy, but it is
a local nervous ntlcctioii called tre
mor. An arm immovable from still'
joints and one immovable from -pa
ralysis arc two distinct form-- o!*flis
ease. As soon as the Cincinnati
Convention adjourns he will, on the
advice of his physicians, Drs. Sim
mons and Sequin, of New York,- iso
late himself in the country for two
or three months, or, possibly, go to
Europe. Mr. Tilden prefers to re
main at his post. He 1ms the vigor
ous will which enabled Frederick the
Great of Prussia to conquer fate.
Such men never dieofdiser.se. They
wear out, and if Mr. Tilden dies
within the r.ext fifteen years, it will
not he from disease, but from a nerv
ous system worn out in the service of
THE CONTEST OF THE GUN CLIDS.
The following special dispatch to
the "News and Courier" gives the
full result of the shooting match at
Columbia on the ltitli inst:
The gun clubs which bad entered
for the team shooting here to-day met
at the spot situated near University
Campus, at U A. M., and immediately
entered upon the contest.
The following' is the result of the
shooting?highest possible individu
al score 10, learn score 00:
Charleston Team?W bilden 8,
Poppenheitn ."S, Gulp 7, Tarrant .">,
Hill 9, Bissell 3. Total, 38.
Winnsboro" Team?Elder6, D. J.
McCarthy 2, McMaster 3, R. J. Mc
Carthy 5, Stewari 5, Walker :t.
Orangeburg Team?Dr. M. G.Sal
ley 8, W. G. Albergottic 5, J. A. Sal
ley <i, Cannou 7, DeTrcville 6, 1). J
Sallcy 7. Total, 39.
Columbia Team?.1. H. Gihbcs 0,
Fisher 7, Taylor 5, DcBiuhl 6, W. II.
Gihbcs 0. Berg 5. Total, 41.
Columbia won the first, Orange
burg the second and Charleston the
The first individual match with
glass balls, six shots each, traps at
20yards: First prize, J. H. Gihbcs;
second, D. J. Sal lev; third. Fair.
Second match, ten balls: Frist
prize, J. II. Gihbcs; second, W. J.
Gulp; third, .1. A. Sal ley.
The "Chronicle and Constitution
"While the Georgia delegation to
Cincinnati goes tin instructed and al
together uncommitted, it is known to
faVor Judge Field as th? most avail
able candidate. Some of us mem
bers prefer Mr. Bayard personally,
and would vote for his nomination if
he was available, but they look upon
Field u- IheiUATi moat likely to win
the fight in November, under the
circ'iimstnnces. But, us stated ill the
promises, thoy are uncommitted, and
will go to ('ineinnati with an earnest
determination, to do whatever is
deemed best for the interests of the
National Democratic party; The
preference of Georgia is clearly for
Field. The Atlanta "Constitution'1
interviewed the members bf the Con
vention in regard to their feelings in
this matter, with tilt* following re
sult: Field, 84; Bayard, 2?;Tilden,
17; Hancock, II; Payne, 1; Seymour
:>; Thurinan, 3; H end ricks, 2; Bay
ard or Field. -V. English, 1 ; for Komi
nee, 1 I : A.iti-Tild n. 2."
"It will be seen from this that
J.dge Field \yas the preference of ni?re
than one-half of all those interview
dK O I i ? A I A ^j.
A second hand PIANO in good
order, just tuned, and gootl tone.
I Price $00. Come quick and get a
[ bargain. Apply at
jvne IS 'THIS OFFlOfc.
FcifooL Com mission K t;'s Office,
O' AMiF.hl UU CoLNTV.
?rakoeburo, S. C, June 12th 1880.
AH persons desirous uf teaching in
the public Schools of this''utility.
the next schola.-tic year are hereby
notified, that there will be a public
examination for teachers in Sherid
an's Echool room on the first, Friday
and Saturday of July 1880. There
will be no other examinations until
D. L. Connoh,
School Com. of Orangcburg Countv.
i by virtue of sundry ICxccu lions to me
directed. I will sell, nt Ornngehurg C. II.,
S. C? during the legal hours of sale, to the
highest bidder for c;ih1i, on the first Mon
day i5th)July IciSU, ;iU ?tie right, title ami
interest of the Defendant in and lo the
following property to wit:
All that tract of land in said County,
containing one hundred and fifty live acres,
more or kss. nndhounded l?v lands of Est.
Murray Kobilisotl Sr., W, fairy, .Mule
Uobinson and Laudel's Bav. Levied on as
properly of A W Handel, at the mit of
Wheeler & Wilson Manufacling Co.
All that phec or tract of land with the
j building thereon, situate, lying and being j
j in the County of Orauechurg, containing !
?100 a. res. more or less, hounded by hinds
of ChsrlcK ?I Stroiium, John <'. l*amiieg,
' Kphrhini i'ariniehuel, Lew is Stroniau and ?
j Joe Milligan.
Two black mate J/ulcs ami one "2 horse
i Wagon. . & 1
On TueKliiy, Cth July. 1SS0. :.t the l ite
: residence of (lie defendant, 1 will sell to the
I highest bidder for cash, four head t attle.
I All ? I which is levied as the propeny of
I AUtil l'orter, at l?c ?mit of ,/. U. Jones,
! Assignee and Endorsee.
.1 IL Ll\ IJCtiSTON, .V.O. <\
! Sheriff's Ollice, Orangetuirg Count; , S. C.
1 ji.ne 12th 16SU.
! jnne IS oi
', Notice to Delinquent Tax-Payers.
Ohaxo Knuim, s. ('.
June 17th 188(1.
I Notice i< hen by given m the following
! named Delinquent Tax-I'ayers of tin-Town
of Urangwburg, that they are required to
pay the amount opposite lo their respective
names, on or before the 28rcl day <>f .lime
1660, ami those failing to do so. that "J"
i ] er cent, will be added immediately aft r
that date, an execution will In- issued, ami
placed i'i the hands of (h proper oliicer for
J . S. ALREBGOTTI, Acting Mayor.
C. K. JONES, CUrk of Council.
ItEAL ESTATE TAX.
A/rs. G Albrecht, ?:i 5?>; Mrs. Ann?'
Andrews. ?1; Itenj. it*own. 75c; l'iiinus
burvick, SOc; Mary Clark. (Estate,) $-1 SO;
It K Claik, 50e J U II Clausscn, .r>U<; W .1
DeTrcville Sr., $17 50; Mrs. Jane M
Kuatcrlin. 52; Phillip Gerhieh. 50; c. /ar
Holmes, 2 00; \\ V Unison, I "'?; Maggie L
lloiitii r, 2<je; Alice lies-, I SO; Kmina
Prince & A Jackson, 8 50; J Weslcv Keilt,
lOOO; Joe Keller, (Estate,) -1 50; Tho-. K
Legare. 5 00; J P Mays, 1 00; Abel Martin.
2 00; S li Mellichiinip, 2 50; l> .1 Zeiglar
Jr., 60c; Mr.'. M U Trcadwell, 20 50; >? B
Tread well. 4 60.
comi'OUXD and not; tax.
W (i Alhergotti. '2 00; T C Alhergotti,
2 00; M Albicclit, 2 00; Benj lloyd 2 00;'
Stephen Colter, '2 00; l>an'l i'annim. 2 00;
A 1) Cannon. 2 00; C 1' baw.-on, 2 00; W J
DeTrcville Jr., 2 uu; i' S UeTicvillc, 2 1)0;
Henry Elia, 2 00; 1'hippil Gerhieh, 2 00; />'
V ' M Izlar, 2 00; Jno. A
Inabinent. 2 00; TU Malone, 2 HO; Samuel
Owens, 2 00; J W Patrick, 2 00; Samuel
Speigl?, 2 00; 1) EA'moak, 2 ?W; II t; Sheri
dan. 2 00; T L Wi.nnamaker, 2 I ". K A
Webster, 2 00: I C Whit more, 2 00.
W J DeTreville, $10.
Attorney and Counsoller at Law,
?RANGEHURO, S. C.
Ofllec corner of Court House Square
and Church Street, the same
formerly owned and oc
cupied by Wm. M.
.'nine 11 if
JV or S;m' ?i
A lot of 2} acres of laud, belong!iig (??
frank Knocks, situated nboiii one mile
from Town near the Stage Itoad, iiud hound
ed by lands of f)r. Keilt. Mrs. Walker. Mil.
Andrews and S. lb MelHchanip, w ill he sold
by AUftlvneer HubbcH, in front of the
Court Mouse on Snlesclay in July. - I'erni*
oue-hab cash, balance in tweiro month*.
jun 11 It
J Tobacco, lbandy Peaches Ac . -?t tt'a?J
laee Cenrinn's old itniid.
4 itYoiH Uw hin friomlH ami lite
publicr at the store recently occupied
A full Stock of General
A c:ill solicited und satisfaction guaran
Will lie made :i specialty.
W. B. THOMPSON.
jiino I 18S? ly
Agreeably to the order of the Court of
Common Picas nia?le in the case of W. p.
Cain against W. It tJutes, I will sell at
Prangeburg Court House on the first Mem*
day in July next, within the legal hours,
all that lot of 1 onl, situate in the t >wn of
Lewisvillc containing :!ii-lUO of an acre,
more or ie^s distinguished as lot A. in a
pint made by S. it. Mcllichamp, .Mine 19,
187S, and annexed to a conveyance made
by W. B. t'atesto I). A. Mclvcr.
Another lot in said (nun marked B. in
the itforesuid plot.?Tornin rash. Purchas
ers to pay for papers and recording.
I will sell in the case of Caroline I.,
-"troutan and others, Executors ofJohn.I.
Stromau's Will, against Thomas 1?.
Whaley, at the same time ami place, :dl
that tract ol land containing one hundred
und ninety-three a< res. situate in the Coun
ty Ol Oraugcnorg and Stale of South Caro
lina, bounded by lauda of.l.Ul'iah Arthur,
David Heuser, Joseph Wolfe, Anna V.
Whilev and lauds belonging to the Estates
of the late John J. Wannautnkcr and Olin
M. I>an/.t'er.?Terms etish, purchasers n>
pav for paper- and recording.
iMafter's OHice i THUS. W. GLQVEIt.
Juno, S, I8S0. i Master.
For sale on reasonable terms.
Also a large lot of goo 1 sou tin
By II. S. RENNEKEK.
jroio l tf
Would Rc?pcctfully inform the Citizens
of Oraugchurg, Mini In' bits in chnrcc tile
Stock and lixtnres of Z J. Kinc, at Wallace
Cannon's Old Stai d. Main Street?where
he will bo phel to serve bis friends and the
public with' anything in his line of:trude.
! Every thing fresh und pure, and unaran
tced to give satisfaction. A fidl line of
j GOODS kept constantly on hand.
Item and raised in Oran^eliurg, I hope
to receive a liberal share of I lie patronage
of mv t'ullow-(.'iti/.ens.
J. DKK ANDREWS,
mav -l 1 v
Calicos at si\ uml :t quarter cents.
I Calicos :it six ami a quarter cents,
(.'aliens :il six ami a quarter cents.
Calicos a! six adti a quarter cents,
("aliens at six and a t|tiarter cents.
New an Fashionable
reeeivetl every week.
I.ineu Suits, Linen I'lstors and Cir
eulas, white Law*i) Basques,
neatly t rimmed from
.$ 1 2."> up.
C)f Enibroiih'fies, Laces, Ribbons,
Cloves, Parasols, R uehings,
Neck Ties in all the late
Styies and very
Particular attention to our immense
Latest Novelties being constantly
Selling fas and cheap.
Wo have the Finest, Best and Lowest
Priced Clothing, Shirts, Hats
Shoos and Gentlemen's Neck Warr
A N 1 ">
Don't you forget to call :tt
Fashionable Drf G.m.li Emporium.
I^OH a Cool Drink off rah
Apple cider. v> to Wallace Cannon'*
Old S and.
The protracted inactivity of Trade lias indicated many Manufacturers of Dry Goods
to work oil' the immcncc Stocks on hand by a general
REDUCTION OF PRICE?
\. . HENRY KOIIN
Taking advantage of the opportunity now offers
500 PIECES C?LXCGS
500 Pieces Calicos
j\rV SEVEIST CJEISTTS.
Those prints aro all new and choice standard makes ami fast colors.
All othorgoodn have been 51 A. It It El) DO!V\ In proportion.
Spring and Summer Dress Goods.
All kinds of fancy and Black I'ress floods Irom 0} cents per yard to thr Finest Goods
Imported, selllin rapidly at our Low Popular Prices.
White Dress Goods
Including figured and Dotted S'wise face, Striped nnd Checked Cambrics, Nansooks,
I'hpies, etc-, at remarkably Low Prices.
The best Kngli.-h, German ami French make in (doves and Stockings, in plain and
fancy Colors, Li.de, Balhliggan and Silk Checked for Mi*scS, Ladies and (icntlcmcn
BOYS ?XTID CEXTTLEMEIT'S CLOTHING
In this line I am the nckuou I edged Leader as icgards Styles and Low Prices. Goods
are better made, bettor trimmed, and cut in better styles than can be found in other
Ladies, Ohiidreiis and Gentle incurs Shoes
Our reputation in keeping the best As.-ortmenl ami best Quality for the TjEAST
Jli).\I>Y is still maintained. Ask for the celebrated Hand Made Stock,
every pair warranted.
Always en hand, at terms to suit, the King of Sew ing Machines the
White Shuttle Sewing* Machine
Als?. BUTTEBICK'S EATTERNS for SpVmg nnd Summer.
lyfj~ We particularly invstcymt to come and nccure the IS A HG AI.N'S now offered
3.1. Sorentiue, ?-?
THE BEST GOODS ! n=i
The Lowest Prices I
SHOES of every quality.
M First Class Goods !
Bottled Pickles, 15 cents
French Sardines, 15 cents
Fresh Cod Fish 8 cents per lb.
Large Fat Macken 1 8 for Sin cent*.
Lost Itio Collet 5 lbs for $1
Light Blown Sugar 11 lbsfor.$l
Best Hyson Tea ?.") et-? per lb, worth $1
/feat White VVine Vinegar 12 cts quart
Aiwa Good Quality of Pluj; Tobac
co at 10 cts per pound at
J, I. Sorentrue.
F. A. SCHIjVFLEY/
(Next Door to Dr, Patriot.)
Would inform my fi icnds that I have
opened a first class
On my ow n account, and would solicit their
ONLY FRESH GOODS
Kept, and sold for t ho ?
Lowest Possible Prices
For CA Nil.
may M 3tn
(dioico Imported: fort a ad
J Sherry Wine, for sale low, at Wallace
Cannon's old stand.
ANDREW C, D?BBXtS,
( OlASKLI OK AT LAW,
ST- PAUL AND CHURCH STREETS, ,
apl -Jit 'lsSn" 3m
In at prepared to w apply
fntni'ie* with the Cclrl.mted PhlladeT
' phia Champnyno Lager AVer by the Dozen
1 Cheaper than Charleston market. <? ^At
Wallace "hnnnn'rf Old Stand.
? .; dkk 'M>::ws, .\gt.
boot <fcr shuemaker,
? ' ' AT '
Respectfully informs- his -custom _ra ami
the public gem-rally, that he ha- on
band a full stock of the very br^t Mat;
rial and Latest Styles, just suited for
Summer, whiclt will be made iip in any
style at- from 5-3 ?U ,lo. -A ?l) for Shoes and
(Jailers, Boots from $7 up.
Repairing done in the neatest n\.mncr
and on the shortest notice.
I also keep constantly on hand a full
stock of Leather, -La^-ts. Pegs, Awls,
Thread, Ladies brass Heel Plates, and the
very bo.-t Slu e Strings, also Cork Soles,
Heel Stiffening* or Mipportersf, Shoe Tacks
of all kinds, ano Shoo Blacking of the best
riuality, and all other material used in this
Having many years experience in tho
business, I guarantee satisfaction in my
Work and prices. A trial is solicited.
PqJT I wiil not be responsible for work left
with Die longer than three month.-*.
fob 27 ly__
Not ce to Farmers.
After three years of practical experience,
I am now pivpnred to otter my services to
the Farmer^ iifOrnngcburgaiid adjoining
Counties to do all Kinds ol (iin repairing.
Old tiins made us/good a-, now. " ill do
your work at your bouse?, and wave you tho
trdublc. of moving the oin. All work
warranted to givo ' entire satisfaction.
OrUcrs respect f\dlvBoHciu>L
LAlSODON VY. rOOSER.
brangeburgi S. C
may 21 >. nto? 4m
f|ihe flm-Ht and .cheapest*
JL Liquors in Orangeburg, for sale a
al'acc Cannon's ohl ?tand.