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W. II. KKGLteil.
Ol' INJ HAN A
OUR STANDARD BEARERS,
GEN. JOHNSON HAtiOOD.
I .icii(cii>iitt-<?o vcrnor.
G EN. J. f). K EN NEDA*.
Secretary of State.
Col. Ii. Mi Sims.
Jajiks (.'. ('hit.
LkRoy F. Youman s.
Sup't. of Education.
CaCT. Ht'OII S. TllOMI'SoN.
Adjt. and Inspec tor General.
A. M. Manksal'I.t.
( -OL. d. P. Rr'II AllliSON,
Friday] October i">. isso.
GUAM) DEMOCRATIC It ALLY!
1.",000 People in Town! I(M)0 in Pro
ccssion ! A Grand Success !
The rally of the Democracy on
Tuesday was one of which Orange
burg may well feel proud. In num
bers and enthusiasm it fur exceeded
the most sanguine expectations, and
fell very little, if any, short of the
grand Hampton demonstration of
1870. During the whole line of
inarch, from the Depot to the speak
ing grounds the air was rent with the
"gild huzzas of the red shirt Domo
"?-erT^.y TiTou/" County? which means
victory on the day of election which
is fast ap)>roaching. A goodly num
ber of colored Democrats, who were
brave enough to do right, despite the
jeers of their comrades, were seen
gallantly riding along with their
while friends in their red shirl uni
An attractive feature of the oeca
sion was the splendid display of the
Edisto [Ritles, the crack coinpat;\ of
our Burg, who were out in their
bright and gaudy uniforms.
The carriages which conveyed the
speakers were tastefully' decorated
by the fair hands of our ladies.
Across the street, near the Court
House, stood a magnificent arch, also
beautified by the same fairy hands,
upon which stood in hold relief the
talismanic vvorih "Truth, Justice
and the (Constitution.''
ddie speaker's stund resembled a
fairy bower, and a little way otfstood
a liberty pole from which the United
States ling floated majestically in the
Iu speakers our County was highly
favored and honored on this occasion.
Riehland sent us our own Hampton,
who spoke with more than usual fei
vor and eloquence. Edgoli.T.I gave
us the noble Butler. Barnwell soul
os the gallant Hagood, our next
Governor. Kcrshaw gave us the
trumpct-loiied Kennedy: and ( bar
lest on the classic Itutledgeand silver
tongued orator ()*( lonnor. The speak
ing was excellent^.rid the cnthiisi
asm unbounded. The issues of the
dav were clearly set forth, and lie
heart of the Democracy fired with a
Zeal which we hope will not die out |
until victory perches on our banners.
There are now but a few week*
left until the day of election. Let
every man do bis duty if he wishes
to perpetuate the cilivization which is
essent ial to the well-being of t he so
ciety in which we live. To he lag
gard now is to lose all thai we have
gained by the struggles of the past,
and to fall back into the slough of
Radical corrupt ion.
THE HOUR IS NEAR AT HAM)!
Scarcely three weeks will ellipse
before t he political stat us of t he cullll
try will be decided. It is. therefore,
of the greatest importance that the
few remaining days before the elec
tion should be faithfully Utilized by
jjvcrv Democrat who bus the good of
Iiis country at heart. Individual
work is what is needed.
The man who, at Hum time, selfish
ly pursues his own business, leaving
the County to lake care of itself, fails
to realize ihe situation, and compre
hend t he danger.
If we cau all'ord to fall back into
Radicalism, tmd have our substance
pilfered from us by ;i horde of politi
cal leeches to indulge in debauchery
and riotous living, we may be indif
ferent and lukewarm. Hut is hardly j
possible that we have forgotten what
we have sutiered from this source.
I ndilierenee, prejudice or rlissat isfno
tion in tin- attaiumeul of our indi
vidual preferences, e:in never so blind
the taxpayers id' Ornngoburg as to
cause them to forget Ihe enormous
taxation under which they groaned
in Radicalism, ami the lightening of
this burden and elog upon our pros
perity, under Democratic rule.
The meeting on Tuesday shows
that the Democracy are awake. It
is only necessary for each man to re
alize tin- necessity of individual '
work. Over confidence is our banc.
Ia t us devote the short time left us
tot he cause of good government, ami
sei- in it that victory crowns our ef
forts not only in the State, ;,ui in the
County which coiiies nearest to us,
and nliccts us most directly.
WHY TIHH STL'imOUNNLSSi
While a number of the colored
people tire, acknowledging t he Sttperi
ority of Democratic over Radical
government in South Carolina, (here
is ho disguising the faci that a large
number of I hem. under the inliucucc
of race, prejudice, insidiously instilled
into iheni by a despicable sei of
scalawags and carpi'/ luiggbrs, are
still living in open and sitileii opposi
tion to the.efforts of the Democratic
party to bring about harmony and
good feeling hctwt eh:the races, and
a union ofollbrts on the pari of w hitc
am! colored ineii in the cause <d" good
governinenl. They seem deloriniiieil
iiot to see *t hat their advisers are
working only to obtain ntllc'u for
themselves, and care no more about
the happiness and prosperity of Ihe
colored people than they do about the
Arabs or Chinese. There is no bei
lor proof of this than the. fact that
the same sot ofwiro-pullors nrepul
up for olllce ever y time. anil tin- mas
scs of the colored people get nothing.
The t*ai olllce holder gets all the ilosh
?tid the poor colored man gets all the
Now it is high time that this fool
ishness should >.;.?p. The pine of
ignorance can't last forever. Knotigh
light has been shed to convince the
most obtuse. Tim Democrats have
been in power, an i hot a right of the
colored man lias been taken away.
On the coi it ray they have been bless
ed with latier schools for 1 heir child
ren, ami increased prosperity.
Furthermore, il i- well for the color
ed people lb know that the Deinoera*
tie parly is going to.continue in
power, and intends to continue good
schools, and still further to bless the
County with material prospooty. If
the colon I people wish to sh.dro in
the victorv and its benefits, now is '
the time for llieih to cbtiie with us.
? We have ottered tlieui a share in the
(illices, according to their numbers in
the Democratic ranks. They can
ask for no lim re.
The interest- of the two races arc
the saute, and we are hound to !:*.?:?
together. Why then should'wb; not
work l?get her?
???iamii II H. ? ? ? ??:w*.rw?. ?
A t'OUTK'Ah ('IIAMKI.KON.
The latest suminci'set of i'. Ii.
('? Hike is n<?surprise to the people of
Orangobnrg. '1 hey know him too
well, and never expected anything
else bill thai; like the chcuiclcon thai
ehtlliges its color with everything
with .vliieh il comes it. contact', hi
would :t( ooihiiiodate himself to every
shifting phase!of the political situa:
lie was ai firs! nominated oh the:
fireeuback Stab' ticket, but seeing no
chance for bread tiiid butter from
J this source, he has now tdinoiineed
himself a-, mi independent candidate
agailis! Ihe Democratic itoiuiwee for
the Senate in (ireohvillo; and iis a
natural pail of the prog.ninine lias
i been endorsed by the Kadicdl ( on
The (inly surprise of ihe people of
our County is, llitil he should have
been brought into such prominence
; bv the managers of (In* State earn
paigu in 1870. Consisiency is no
part of his constitution in any tic
?part inen I of life, and his ailitudc i>
such that uo party will ever trust hiiu. I
WHAT IS SAUCE FOR THE GOOSE IS
SAUCE I'OH 1 lib (UNDER.
Tho Radical leaders preach to the
colored people that they must slick
lo the party, despite its corruption
and stealing, and thai jt is treason
lo d otherwise. Colored men will
pie ? take notice, it*these leaders
practice what, the}' preach to t hem
Holiver helped to eleet our IVolmto
.1 in Ige and our Representative against
the Radical candidates a lew years
hack. Slraker in turn worked hard
Ibr the Democratic candidate for
Mayor in the Insleleetioti against thu
Radical caiidiilate, and prides him
sell" on his victory. Wehster, also in
'71 we holiovo, worked lor a Demo
er.r, for County Commissioner, and
for Hits Independent ticket again-1
the Regular Radical ticket. We
thank them all. of course, for the as
sistance they gave us, hut we only
mention the I'aCt on aeeoiinl of the
inconsistency of their ad vice with
their practice. If these parly lights
can holt al their Convenience, why
should the poor colored man he jierse
cutcd wireii he desires to have ah
opinion i f his ov? n ?
Tliese tuen wallt lo do as they
please, and vote with the Democratic
party when they please, foil l\w\
j want to keep the colored massCs in
lino: '1 hey would holi IVoin tli ? Rudi
etil party lb morrow, ii jh >y did not
j get what they wntitod. < If course
?they nre right to act like froemeh,
hut tiny ought certitiiiiy Ui ullbw
others the saino privileges they < njoy
thdniselves. They have iio right to
persecute bikers for why! l.hoy have
dorn- Llieiiisi hes. Tlu \ uU\ i i. htitp
leave their party whi-h eorHtpi ihcii
wen nominated agaiiist g<-< i lib
I the De-v.-cr.-d'e : \iU>\ and 1:: . o:: g - j
j I hey have sei a good cxtihip'o v? l?< h
j the colored people, won Id do well lb
follow^ end we bole . r- n j ? i ii ? mihi
? her intend Iii f< llbw too. TlieV kun*.r
I that tl . y arc !'.? eon ?, tiii'd ihr\ v.ill
I hot stihmil to i'friiij t.ickel or a
I ticket of old lick- Iii?! Hint be pa'tlii
j cd oll lipon iheui iierci \vee.-% hy a
! star chain her committee.
CiRLANA AMI ?lil?.
There is iio disguising tho fact
that the news from these Slaves jfo;a
j henv\ blow to the Pcmociats.-* t^-fco
I is no surprise, hut Indiana is. The
j Republicans claim the former Slate
; by 20;000 hiajority, and tlielaiter by
! fijOOU. li does not follow, lioweven
j tllill as Indiana has gone now. she
wiii go in November, rorter, the
? Republican candidate for Governor,
i wus said lcpeuieolv hi f'Te i he nice
! (ion to have hi < n a no., h not. popu
liar man than Latuicrs, the Demo
crash- candidate. I oral politics
fiiiyrofbre iieeideil lliis election, and
it i; no test between llaticoek and
Noxl immth thendiitiye strength
of those two Presidential candidates
I will he trie?h and it will not he safe
j to forestall the result from the work
I Unless this Republican vietori is"
i hji el in.no Northern hatred to the
South; ii'st.e.'id id' local is ?ies< there1 is
I li:tle dbiibl of I be verdict In t ween
ilancock and Garlield.
.'.ian iai.'c. burial, mid Sunday School
Celebration on the same Hay?
S r. Vi attiikw s, S, 1 SSO.
?' ih'tor 7Yi?? >:
i?.i Siiturihiy, ()et ~u-'. a Sunday
'"cliobl eeK-.irutiidj look p'aeeat Coii?
gnivo ( hutch. The exercises were
appointed for 10 o'clock. Aliotii ia
o'clock ReV. i >. 1'. Spigner wit Ii a i'ew
others arrived on the ground. A few
I Uiiiiuies nfier Mi-. WalHbtid i /eigler i
und Miss NaivisSa Rfaddy'arrived
I aiiil were joined ih j lie iibly bonds of
! matrimony lb the ulVii'esaid minister.
Al I lie same time itiiblbor p:irl\ iir
iivtb'l with hoc and spiid.o in hanil to
d a rave.
At the appointed hour lite eliil Iren,
teachers and parents commenced
j 11 ni ring in, and l Ulis at the same tiiiui
was presented I he scene of a mar
; r.lage'j n bitriiil, and a Sunday School
. olebrii' ion.
I he cbiii on'rife of people, including
con ug and obi. iii it assemble i for the
I i for occasion^ was Haltering lb the
coiniiiunil\. The ser> ices were open
1 ml v ilh piayer by Rev, K. 11. Graves,
and the exi'elleiil singing was eoU:
dUCted by it select choir, led by M r.
S. s. I lauinioitd.
A short hiil poiiited address was
delivered !?> Rev. Graves, which \va?
followi d i?\ .-pi i'idies oil tile purl of a
I number of pupils which showed the
careful 11 iiiuing of t he ellicienl Super
intendent, M r. f. W. 1 Icrloi.g.
I Dinner being then announced; i
everybody was made to feel com
fortable! under the ample provisions
made by '.Ik- cllicicnt Committee of
arrangements, Messrs. K. L. Arthur,
.Jacob Stabler and John W. Shuler
Mrs. M. I-'. Shuler, .Mrs. L. C.
Arthur, Mis. M. Wntinnmnkor, and
Mrs. M. Wise, assisted by tin- ladies
of Congarco, who always know how
to do t hings well.
Alter dinner the audience was
Heated to tt most instructive lecture
on the duties of parents, by Mr. W in.
(I all hey.
About this lime, a parly having
arrived, bearing the corpse of an in
fant child of Mr. i'ooscr Wise, mirth
w as changed into .sorrow* at the double
hcrcavCiuciil of tin- heart broken
father w'.io had oii!\ a few weeks be
fore borne the remains of the mother
of the child to the same rest i iil: place.
i a m a c; i?;nrr
KG It 'I rl 10
''Weed" Sewing Machiiie.
?II.is i- r. idly the HKST MACIUNK for
'In- blSAST .MONKY. Call und exam
e. GKO. II. C? I.M.I.suN.
net lo Ml
Ofl'ICi: H ( OVN'IY I OMMisSIONK??,
t)raii!>el.iio'a I 'ouhly,
I Irahg. burg, S.C ? i ?ct. 8. j^SO.
.Ml i em ins having clai n- .-c.nin-l (be j
County of (>ran>iel>urg, and iiot heietoforo
presch.'vd, w ill lib* die-nine with tin Clerk j
.a il ?? 1'.. aol .a County Coli inissii ners, on
I i.i b< lore the lir-i day of November. I sou I
j L\ ?.n:. i of the Itnh'nl.
I IL W A NN AM A K Ell,
t hi:; I'oard C6.I ohi? ' ?. I'.
,icl I? :.t j
Notice to 4 reililorH of SluviH
'Ihi! Creditors ..t' the late bavid O. Jef
eiial are required to prc-enl and prnveltnur
' res j'ecliyi ' hp mis a/mot Iii? I'-taie, on Or
i he i ore ihe - ?*-tit .lay id' November U< \t. hi.*
iure int- Mazier: and oi> failure to do mo,
1 they wid he >ii li'ai red pnj an ut;
1 v ordei o; ihe t 'otiri.
THo.MAS W. (iLoVKH,
I Master's Office, Oct; ISBO.
?.. t I? ;;t
j Sheriff's Sales.
j I'.y vii'iic ot sundry I'xeeulions lo me
Idiicclcth 1 v.i i-rii. u braiigehurg I '. Ii.. I
S. ('.. during ihe legal hour.- of ; ale. to ihe !
Iiigbest bidder h?r cash, ? n the first '
Mdfulay November in \:, all die rigid title
Land interest of die defendiiui, hi and lo the. I
j following tr u t ol howl. u>\V"u;
All that Plantation or tract of land
| situate in Klizidieth To'vnshii?. Or.ihg ehtug ;
? nunty, in the lv*?rjki*;?it"ltu'I*s'w/anip. .-ni l
North r.di-te /.'iyefi i'nhluining foiir huiid- |
red act.-, i:n ie or le.-s, ainl liuienli.Ijliv I
j lands of Win. Mack and brother, Jacob
Wolle X. K. \V. si-'iiieh and North lydSst ? i
I Itiveri Also at sfiine tine- and place, four
bides ci ( of tod. Ah levied on as the pro
[ perlv ol' Ibnry Livingston a'. ihy. suit ot I
: II 1-'. I'oii .Adm'rj and It. p. Poti.
.) 1!. I.| VlNliKTON, -s.o. I . A i
j Sheritf's ' 'lliee, < hangeb irg i oiuiiv, S. ( . i
Let tuh iStju.
Notice i- hereby given, ih n 'W day*
uoin date, 'application will In- made tu
<ic Lolivcr Ks?| ? < !. rk of the Cnurl ...
Oianecburg County, lo renew the (.'harte r
of the Missionary" Society of'theOrange
burg Mbsioharv Union
I. I II.! V.
lt. II. Ml I V.
M. b. JKXKINS.
lift 1 llll
Notice* of 1 >i.-=u! i.- --!->:i
I v. ill tile iny final a. cunt, astiuardian
iif M en I'. I'ntner; with Prohatc J udge ol
Orargeburg t'ounty on -Cub day ?>( October
in- t and tiSk lor Littels of Di.miis iiui.
,l( UN L. Ill Sil. Ciitanlian.
m pi il l I
Not . (? t; <) i I > i111 i s.-- i < > 11.
I w ill tile uiy limit aeeotin*, as i "uarilian
nf Mary M. Sliuler, with I'robiue bulge of
i n anKchtirg < 'oiint.i on -nth day of (ie'iiber,
18S?, itudasrt fov I etler-i iif 1 >'? ihi-vsion:
C-ILN IN I? 11V I'M' K,
m pi 21?1 (?niifdiaiv.
N<ot ice ?>i 1 > i~i11 t-s-i. >11
I will file luv lin d account, a-onirdi n
of Lama Ivii'er, fnrinerly Sbuler . witli the
?bulge of probate for (irangetiiirg County
nn " :!i .'ay ol' October inxl and ask for
l.i til i.-, ol 1 ?isuiisdon.
I . \?. filll l.l.K, tiimrdiaii.
>>( pt 'Jt It
b<* lineal ;in?i <*he:?|>cst
8 l.'npiors i.i Orai:gebui;g, for sale at
e. al lift: < aniiou's old rlaml.
axi? ei ai.bit in
Spcciot I es,
M usicitl I list rtimeuts, A c
Ail those in tue I .d" a good pair of
S1'K(!TA('LKS or KY KC I. ASS KS
Ca Ii lie pel I'ectly suited.
^i3f*".\ll repairs carefully and
in at ly excctitcd.
I Vit es ivtisi mal ile.
oel S ls<o if
The lheiie/cr Helping Social S(h.iety,
will, aceoi'diiig to law, !IU diiyn from dan ,
petition the * lerk nf the Courl of OratiKc
luirjr County, S. C., Oeo. boliver, K*?p, for
a Charter forsaid Society.
Septcniher '-"-d. I SSO.
L. OA'KKN, President.
A, J. STOKES, Secretary.
I am ready, willing and waiting
to please my many friend * and cus
tomers with one of the handsome
sekcted Stocks of
Ever brought to this MARKET;
Words are superfluous. A hearty
invite ^ztended to all.
Sutt:rkL'e Patterns How Eeadj.
Tho White Sewing Machine
53 County Testimonials <ju? be shown in it- fayor
Y" S'TOCI.v is t O j^UmerOUS t0'mention !
Every thins >'l! 0:1,1 WIS?? F0 \Z, aud prices,
Can Bea the I own
i - ii < ?N 1 ,Y !?>o BEST GOODS ?? mv line,
to which fact ln.-t- oi MY 1 III ENDS throughout the Town ami County
Every ARTICLE! ?OLD i
0 hi" ol too
VEItY BEST QUALITY
M < ) N RY 3 i I'] FT 1 ISTDIT.D when there is AN1T
Hnving visited >; K\V YORK.'i SELECTED my own
? T( K >K lioni tho
At BXanafact s u ices i?e Discount ofT.
To those who have not f*een mv S l'OCK 1 would say,
fome lake a Look!
GCQDS SHOWN FEESLY.
1 am not nloue when 1 sny 1 have the Best StOCk, Plir ^St
C3-OOfJsan<1 Lowosl Prices tmvn
Come and examine my stock and if you are in need of any goods you
3STQ TROUBLE TO SSCOW GOOXDS.
"Will soil for Tjoss than any one or giv?
\-(>? i :i I m ? x < >I' 1 [or riu
'1 banking my friends lor past favors, I am respectfully,
P W BULL