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I-HI PAY, QCTOBKK b tooth
THE RADICALS MKT.
Boliver, Maokny, Tuft & Co..
had fixed up :i meet ing at
Ft. Motte on Saturday, at which they
expected to have, h nice time ail to
theuiselves. poisoning the minds of
the colored people against the whiles
in order that I hoy might regain or
retain ollicc to themselves. Things
however did not turn out as lliey
wished. The Democrats headed hy
Col. Ilnskell, Gen. I/.lar, M r. Jorvey
and Capt. Wannninnker came tipjusl
xi.s their little side show commenced i
and re(|tiested a division of lime.
Then comes the quandary? To let
the Democrats st>eak would spoil
their game: hut to refuse would he so
glaring a huckdown that it would
hurt worse than the Speaking? So
after some hesitation, and with great
reluctance, they cohsente I. oh t h<- dis
advantageous condition lot.hu Demo
crats of allowing them only one hour,
and the Republicans to have the re
Out of the enormous colored vot
ing population of Ft. Motte and
St. Matthews, not more than BOO
"Colored people were present.
Bolivor, the Everlasting, wns'the
first speaker. lie had evidently
modulated his tone considerably
since his Oraugcburg etlusion, and
bis speech was a mild alfair.
Col. John ('. Ilnskell and < 'apt.
St. Julien Jervey then ma le speeches
t>n the Democratic side showing to
the colored people present, who wen;
very unwilling hearers,*the benefits
which they were enjoying under
Democratic rule in better schools
and material prosperity which they
<lid not receive under Radicalism,
and setting forth in their limited
time as many Democratic truths as
E. AV. M. Mackay followed in a
harangue appealing directly to the
passions of the ignorant and pre
judiced hearers before him.
Gen. lsdar was then introduced to
finish up the remaining portion id"the
Jiour allotted to the Democrats, lie
answered completely the fallacious
arguments of Mackay and got in some
wholesome facts on the Democratic
Taft wound up the argument on
the Radical side, ami having a crowd
before him who were determined Id
listen to uothing, no matier how
true, that came from any other
source than the Radical fountain, he
bad things pretty much his own way.
The gain to tlie Democrats was
that they forced upon the colored
people, truths, which, if they do not
accept they cannot help inwardly ad
The next time the Radicals are to
be inet in Orange1 ?uro flu; Democrats
must turn ?an in hum her 3, even e\
feeding the eoloivd people, so that
our speakers will have the equal ad
vantage of being sustained by the
shouts of a sympathetic audience.
Numbers add n great desil to enlhus
instn. and it must dot he forgotten.
Any meeting can be earned by the
party that nttonds with the greatest
numbers audacity and ycl?ugent hu
si asm. Let us not be sal i-lie.1 with
the success of the Fl. Motte n eeling
Lot the next time let our speakers be
Rtipporled by .-ill the advantages to
which we have alluded.
<;<>oT) A ?TktT
The New York "Times," the most
intelligent representative of stalwart
Radicalism has at last been forced to
admit that it is best for tin- colored
people of t he Soul h to co opera to and
vote with the Democratic party
whenever they ran secni'u ford hem
. selves their local intercuts by so'do
ing, as, whatever the Republican
party can do for them nationally,
they can not supply 1 heir local wants,
which after all constitutes the bulk of
their political and substantial lieees
sitics. The "Times" says*
"That which most nearly atfects
hilll is about his daily walk.-, ami not
in his relation to tho national author
ity. For the security and protection for
which he feels the sorest need he is </<?
prudent on the (ommunityi in which he
\ fii-'i*- The laws of his State and
theft" adiuihistratioii robot him more
nearly than those of the Nation pos
sibly can. If the National party to
which he owes so much, and to which
he would gladly give his vote, can
not exercise control over these local
affairs, and another appears with
promise of protection'which with his
help can do so, his help will not he
We advised the colored people to
do this in an editorial hut 11 few
weeks ago. But here comes the ad
yicc, now, not from u Dcriioeratic
paper, hut from the chief Republican
organ of New York.
d ue chief objection the colored
people make to coining into the
Democratic party is, that they will
be regard od us traitors to their race;
hut this argumeul can now be no
longer urged as the advice comes
from Republican fountain bend. '1 he
Republicans of the North know the
Democrats have nil the Southern
States, and this one paper is honest
enough to tell the colored people not
to threw away I heir Votes, but to
make the best term- I bey can,
A (U N SPIKED;
fien. Hancock has published a h;t
ter ell'cet ttallv spiking atf important
I campaign gun of I he Radicals on t he
subject of '?Southern claims." The
Radicals have been trying to make
capital ort the imaginary, idea that
Hancock was in collusion with South
ern Democrats in favor of paying
these claims, but the letter to which
we refer puts au effectual cheek up
on any such campaign dodge. Kven
I Conk Ii tea bus not been able.to lind
j anything else to speak about in his
campaign sp? oclics.
j d'he idea is farfetched nnVl pre
! posterous at best, for none but scala
wags and renegades of the lowest
type have presented these claims, and
none but a Republican Congress
I would foster such a class of false
swcarers. There is no danger from
this source from a Democratic Con
THE MEETIM? AT AYEKS.
OuAXOrinruo, Sept. 2Hth IS80.
ICtiitur Orunof.bury Tim-.--:
Tuesday ~stIt was ihe appoint ment
for Ayers', and a splendid occasion
it was. d'he turnout was superb,
and the delightful day, and tho pre
senee of ladies made the scene n
bright one indeed, The speakers
were Col. .M I. Browning, lion. M'.
P. (>"< minor. Dr. .1. W. Summers, It.
<;. Frederick, Marshall dohcs,!and
Abrain "Daunorly and (Jen. fzlar.
There were abouI forty colored men
out. The charming feature id'the
day Was the sprxadi made b.Y Col.
Browning, which wns received with
much delight, d'he handsome and j
substantial feast spread out after tho
speaking; was the crowning e\eut of
the day. This was provided by tho J
Middlcpcn and Cowcastlc Dcmoorn- '
lieCluhs, and arranged by the hands
i of the Indies. It was a goodly sight i
I and richly enjoyed.' The meeting at
j Avers' nitty lie put down :is a bright 1
success in the < 'ounl v canvass.
T. F.. I).
A'I TK.NT1?N DEMOCRATS 1
'flu* Democratic Clubs of Orange
burg County will assemble at
(')rangebnrg, on Tuesday, the 12th I
(lay of October, 18K0, to receive and
welcome(;1 en. .lohnst.n Ha good, and I
, the candidates loi State olllees, Presi- j
dontial j? lectors, ineinbers of the.
State Kxecutivu Committee, und'
oilier dislingilished citizens, who
will address the people on the issues
of the 1'rcsklcutiiil and State cam
p:dgn. All of our fei low eil i/ons.
white tind colored, .-ire respectfully
invited to iittimuI.
A procession will be formed a! tho
Railroad Depot, und proceed thence
to the phiceof meeting. Full particu
lars will be published uexl wCuk.
A uu'ci ing of i he ( ount> I M ino
era tic KxccmiVe Committee will bo
l-.eld On October Salosday, immodi
nie|\ n'ftcr Iho publii* sali's, to make
final arrangements. All Presidtuits
..f t In'', nil'requested t<? attend the
ineoiing of the < oiuniittee.
The I 'bibs sire requested toiiui !
I' inn at once w it Ii red shirts.
S A ml" 1 i I'll iii:,
t 'ounl v ( haiiinan.
I hercliv return my 'thanks to the mem
bers of our Fire bcpartmeiu; and citizens
ejenertijly for llieir services and ellbns in
my behalf at the recent lireonmy prenii.-es,
and unsure iliem that iheir kind nsshlaiice
i-; tnticli iiim rcciiUcd.
I>. bol ls'.
Oraiis/cbtirg. October 1st 18N?.
Notice i-< lierel?y given, that (todays j
from date, application will l?<- m:id?* ii>
ti. .. I'm.liver \ .~>\. t'b rk of the Court ol
Oraiigeburg County, to renew the ('harter
of (he Alissiuiiury Society <>l the Ornnge
biira Missionary Union
b' II. UIMOY,
.1/. I-. JENKINS,
ocl 1 l">
The copartnership heretofore exi-ling
between the undersigned, under firm name
of J. Strauss & Co?, i? thin dav dissolved by
mutual cement. AH parties having claims
against late linn will present them for pay
ment, ami all parties owing said lirm will
make payment to any bile" of the underpinn
ed, each of whom is authorized to make
settlement of its a (fair.
.1 J. ST UK KT,
J AS. II. KOWLK8.
< Ontngclmrg, S. ('., October 1st 1880.
The undersigned have this day formed a
copartnership, under lirm name of >)'.
Strauss & t o., and will continue the busi
ness of bice-milling, as conducted by the
J. ./. STKKKT.
Orangeburg. 8. C. October 1st 1880.
The undersigned will continue the
Lumbi r ami IMaiihig-niiH business, as con
ducted by lute firm of J Strauss & Co., on
his own account.
JAS. H. FoWLES.
Oraugcburg, S. C, October 1st 1880.
act 1 4t
_HERE AGAIN !
A not her hit fine
Which will be sold
C I I IS A P.
Come slum and make a selection
before you are too late, At my Livery
B. FRANK SLATER.
oct 1 tf
Done in thu best manner and r;h ihe
most reasonable terms. Also
Of every description done on the
shortest notice and at moderate
Work respectfully solicited.
W. H. I1?WELL,
Opposite IIft Hoy's Coiner,
OJ i A In c j I ? H U \ (G
G, MATHXJ.W & SON..
ONE l OOlt LAST OF
Dr. J. G. Wannamaker,
Deulers in aU kinds tit American and
Ma> hie and Slate Mantels,
And all kinds of Stone Work furn
ished to any design.
Polished Granite Work
Fill er Native or Foreign to onb r.ati
Lowest Possible Trices.
Correspondence sol icited with those
in want ol any work in ihe above
line. ol*. I?ly
\ < >t1< ' e.
Kdisto Lodge No. I. lb N. F., will
hold their regular Meetings in tln ir New
Hall, Thturday nights inroad of Fridays.
sept 24?2 d.O. IU >L1 VICR, Sec'y.
OFFICE OF St'lIOOI. COMMISSIONER,
< fraiigelmrg, S- C, Sept 11. 1880.
All persons who hold School Claims are
requested to present such claims at my
ollice to lie registered during the month of
I). L. CONNQH,
School < 'ommissioncr.
sept 24 i 4t
KOT I CK
Office of County Commissionkiis,
t Irangeburg t 'ouiity,
Oriuigiburg, S. C , Sept 24, 1880.
Notice M hereby given that tin-bridge
across Halfway Swamp, in I'ine ,Urove
Township, will be let out for repairs to the
lowest bidder, at the bridges, on the 11th
day of?teiobcr, 1880.
I'laus and specifications made kno.vn on
I he i'i^ht to i eject any and all bids is
leservcd. The contracting party will be
rciplired to enter into a bond with sullicielil
surety to in.-nie the peitoi malice of the
the citizens of the vicinity art- requested
to iiuel i he i oard of County Commissioners
on thai day tor consult in reference to said
Hy order of the Heard.
L. Ii. WANN AM A KE/?,
( Ink Hoard Co.t onn, ().
sept _ l ;)t
One splendid 2? Horse I'ower 'Engine,
with 8 I eel Fly Wheel mid '_'?'. inch Stroke.
Kllll oid.t IWh years and :is good as new,
with a 20 Horse I'ower Hoilcr in perfect
Order, with sutlicicnt power id grind and
riiiw at the same lime. I'riee S^uu cash.
Mipl 17 It A M. SN 1 HER
Oha no Kin im IticK Mii.i?, Sept. 16, 1880.
In view of a proposed change in our bu-i
n's- mii October Ut prox., and the necessity
of stopping our Mill, temporarily, for the
introduction of improved machinery, we
beg lo notify our customers that we,will
not purchase hough It ice until Saturday
Octbncr I' ll', when our lliee ,1/ill will be
opened h r business with greatly increased
t apai ity.
\ He.-peetfull v,
.1. STRAUSS A CO.
sept 17 Im
SHAVING AND HAIR DRESSING
Pone in ihe met approved style by .1 . It.
MAT f II LWS, an I'a perienced Harber, on
Market Street, ill rear of the Postollicc.
I nn l>
Notice of I*>iemission
I will file my iitml account, anGuardian
of Allen l*. Ibuner, with l'rol>atc Judge ui
Orai geburg <'ounty on _"ith day uf October
nu t and ask for betters of Dismission.'.
JOHN L. KUSU, ?uurdian,
pept 2-1 4
All pe?ons having claims against the
Kstaic of .lames I.caird. deed will render
the same properly attested and those in
debted will make immediate payment to
WM. O. 8?NDFOKD.
sept 17 Qualified Kx'or.
In complh nee with the Orders of Court
of t'-mjuoii Phas, 1 will sill die lical
Kstatc mentioned in the several eases stat
ed below, at Oiangcburg fjnutt ll.'ui-e. on
the lirsl .Monday in October next, within
, the legal hours:
ti. VV. Price, against S. M. Simons*. In
this <;:t-c ["will sell at the risk of the hist pur
chaser, who lias failed to comply with the
terms of sale, all that peice or parcel of
land lying and being in the bounty of
Orangeburg and Stale of South Carolina,
containing sixty-six acres, morn or less,
and hounded North by lands ot 8. M. Sim
ons, South by laimIh of Mrs. Ann Jefeoat,
Kast by bouts of Miss Hachel Simons and
WeM by lands of Abraham Amakcr- Terms
cadi aid purchasers to pay lor papers and
4. George llolivcr and Samuel Dibble,
against Kotiert M. Smith. AII that lot or
parcel ol land and dwelling lio'ise. iliereon
->ituateLin the town and County ofOratige
burg, on the W liitctnaii Fortl /lOiid.'meiisur
big en r-;i? ? 1 floatl sixty feet, ami measuring
back three hundred ami sixly feet, more or
It-^s, and houml d'hy lands ol the 1'la in tills
ami of II. Itiggg. Terms?iCa.sli. If pur
chaser .-hall jail lo comply, the lot w ill lie
resold at Ins ri k on die name or at some
subsv?pienl sale day. Purchasers to pay for
papers and recording.
? >. Morgan J. and Francis Keller^ Kxccu
toi> against Lewis P. ?oilier. All that
peice or parcel of land situate in I he Conn* |
ly ol t Iran geburg, uoniaiiiing three hundred
ami ninety-live acres,'more or e*s. bound- I
cd North by lamb of 1?. ? . Fehler, ICast by
lands lately sold in ibis case to Gcoxge
Jamison, South by Irituls o*' It. A bowman
j and V>e?l by Iain's ?.i L. IC. I?. Fehler.
Terms?Otic-half cadi and the balance tin a
credit of one year with bond hcarini; inter
est fioii) the day ,of-salu,|uitl Mortgage-?f
the premises. Ii the purchaser rhall fail
to comply, the hind wilt h'e resold at his
n.- U nu the same or on some con v< mem side
day alter wauls. Purchasers must pay for
pa] ers and r? cording.
.? asUi sOir.ee i TiiOS. W.GLOVICR.
Sepl 13, l SSO. , Ma-tei\
CAR Id JA I) OF
FltOM Til K
\V KST 12 KN M A J IKLTS
\\ ILL UK H 1 CKf V i:i> AT
i !EL * JrL.r*?2FL S
M XT W<b\lbil .
jitlv 2 I SSO if
j lliiii ill
! MA>? MOTH STOCK of
f- BEY GOODS
j Is now in store.
j AH of rev friend*, customers and
j everybody will tin well lo call and
I examine the LARGEST ASSOItT
j MENT of Goods CUT exhibited in
Orangehjrgi which were purchased
with the oivati.-t care in regain! to
Siyle, Quality and Cheapness, in iho
Principal Cities North.
My .-lock of
FASHION A RLK DIU SS GOODS
comprises everythirig in Dress Fab
rics. All the new Shades und I olnrs
in Silts, Satins, Velvets. Cashmeres,
Momic Cloths, Brocades, Alpaccas,
und, in fact every thing that could bo
found desirable This stock especi
ally SI R PASSES anything ever
brought into the Bing. Come, take
a look and be convinced.
S^ANCY GOODS. Notions, Neck
Wear, Ribbons, t orsets, Gloves,
Ladies Vests,Shaw's, t loaks, Zephyr,
I Zephyr Goods, Buttons, Jet Goods,
Luces, Lin broideries j Ac,, &c , in
more tlinii usual variety, Simply
Grand, Gorgeous and Immense.
C1 ASS 1MKRIS, .leans. Flannels,
/ Cotton Goods, (aliens, direct
Iron; i be Factoi it s, at the very LOW
EST I'JiH ES, and in the best Qual
1 am now 'the LOCAL AGENT
for one id' the Largest Philadelphia
SImmj Mtinutuctories, for Men, Ladies
I and ( hiblren's Hand Sewed Shoes,
j whose Slock i- the Best to be foil lid
in the Market. 1 also liiiv? Southern
and Eastern made Shoes, suitable for
cveryb tly's Tasteand Pot ket.
tIARPETS. Matts and Hassocks in
/ Great Variety.
/ tLO'l 111N (i for the MILLION.
I \y If you don ( believe il just eonie
I and taken pa.-Hiig glance at I he huge
piles i lacked in the Store.
MME DKMORESt'S RELIABLE
The Light Running
Domestic Sewing Kacliine
If A( HINF Needles, Oil, A i fach
lYI. incuts, atid parts for all Ma
:m a JIJK ith
A N D
I am ready, willing and waiting
to please my many frie?d i and cus
tomers with one of the handsome
selrcted Stocks of
Ever brought to this MARKET.
Words are superfluous. A hearty
invite extended to all.
I?utt:r.ci.'e Patterns How Ready.
The White Sowing* Machine
53 County Testimonials ?? b? shown m its fordf.
,. I ...
ZSIY STOC K *? too Numerous to mention i
Everything you can WISH FO St. and at .prices,
Can Beat the Town
i Mill ONLY the 33KJ=AT CO DDS MY line,
to which fact hosL> of MY 1R1KND.S throughout tiie Town and.Cum.ty
LOW PR I ES
QUALITY OF GOODS
Every ARTICLE SOIiO "
To be of the
VERY BEST QUALITY
^ION KY REFUNDED ?heu there is AN7
CAUSE ror . V'
Having visited >"] EW YORK I SELECTED my own
.--TOOK from the "'
At Man ufacturcr' ? F ices ?ml Discount off.
To those who have not seen my STOCK I would say,
Come Take a Look ! \
goods shown FiREEXTST.
? I. ? O O.. I _
I am not alone when I say I have tho BCSt StODK, PUT &t
GoodS and I iOWPSt I??ic?es low?.
Come and examine my stock and if yon aro in need of any goods you
will buy. ?>
xto thotjbx-s to show cooibs.
"Will s(>11 for Tjoss tliau any one. or give
von a? 33ox of Her' riiig^.
Thanking my friends for past lavors, I am respectfully,
P W BULL