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Till) ORANtiEBUIIG TIM FS
ISSt'Ul) i vi:KY i>ttll)A*Y MOKNINU
MKIililCIIAM'l' & I'DWAllPS, I'nijuir'-iis.
KtiiiKS It. MKLh! CHAMP I'llitor.
'IVrniH <>i' Svibsci'ipt ion*
One Copy one Year.fl no
" " Six Moni},. . T>"?
Kates of Advertising.
One. Square 1?/ Insertion.SI 00
AW/i Subsequent " . .r)0
Notices inserted in Local ('ultima at 20c per
All Subscriptions and Transient Adecrtisc
mcnts to be paitlfor in Adranee.
b*r)'" We an- in no way responsible for
tlie views or opinions of mr Correspond
Winfield Scott Hancock
OF PENNSYl jV A N I A
W. II. KNOLI?11.
OF INI > I A X A
OUR STANDARD BEARERS,
GEN. .JOHNSON HAOOOD.
ITouton it j:t-diot er?or.
OKN. d. I). K KNN Kl ?Y.
Secretary of State.
( hi.. R. M. Sims.
(!ompl roller-' lenernl.
d a m ks ('. ('orr.
LkUoy F. Yocm.vxs.
Siip*t. of Ivlocalion.
(Ait. I Iron s. Thompson.
Adjt. ami Inspector General.
A. M. .M AM?. Al l 1.
('ni.. .1. 1*. Rich audsox.
IUI HAY. ( a TtVltkl" '-'"J. 1880.
Tin: presidential outlook.
There wore it groal many wlto bo
gan to he discouraged when the news
came of flic loss of Indiana to the
Democracy, but wo arc ?lad losee
that sober second thought is enab
ling the party to view the matter in
its true light, and a healthy reaction
is manifesting itself everywhere.
The noble position of llendricks and
other party lea lei-, of thai State,
whose equilibrium under this appar
ent disaster has never been disturb
ed, and who have met I heir country
men with words of cheer and on
couraginent in the midst of the de
pression which lirsl lock possession
of the thoughtless, has given fresh
spirit to the party in every direction.
The reasons assigned by these
leaders for the loss of the Stale are
apparent. .Manned by the loss of
Maine, the Republicans, used the
most herculean exertions in Indiana.
The corruption fund for buying
votes was the most immense evei
known in the annals of American poli
tics. Repenting was also practiced
to the most shameful extent, and, be
sides all this, a systematic plan for
colonizing colored voters in IhcState
from Kentucky and other Slates has
been going on for many months.
These facts only show the desperate
straits to which the Republicans have
been reduced. Hut such means can
?iot he used so successfully in the
general election as in this State elec
tion. In this elect! I) the Reptildi
cans concentrated all their money
and their ellbrts, but in t ho general
election Ibis concent ration w ill be im
possible, because there will he a light
all along the lino The money used
then will be needed in other States as
well. There is therefore no reason
whatsoever to ar^m* from the State j
of In.liana going Republican in the
Octohor election that it will go so in
November. But lei us lake the dark
side of l he picture, and admit, for t lie
sake of argument, thai Indiana goes
Republican, even then there are at
least tenor fifteen dilfcrent and most
probable phases, without that State,
which would give the election to
Hancock. I8n votes are necessary
to a choice. The solid South with
New York. New .Jersey and Con nice
tiiut would give ii s I be requisite
number. Again, the solid South with
New York. New .Jersey and Cnlifor
nia will ihi the same-, and so we may
i hange I he count in various ways and
we arc hopeful. Then- is not t he oi en
sioti for discouragement that many of
ii - have indulged. All that is noces
sary is hard work, and we believe
that the loss in this preliminary
skirmish will he a benefit ton-in
.an ing more united and/.onions ac
? ions. I.ei us gird on our armor and
?u to work.
the green hack candidate.
( Hi P.lair. Ihe Greenback candi
date for Governor, has w ritten a let
?: to Ihe 'News and Courier'1 in
Inch he abuses I he Democracy \'< r
nol hearing Ii im at the Camden
I campaign meeting, and Gen. Hamp
ton for introducing him in a false
ami ungenerous manner, and un
fairly attacking him in his speech.
It is said that Geu. Ha good and
S iniitor Hampton did all they could
to secure him a hearing, hut the
young Democracy could not he re
We condemn the Democrats at this
meeting for riot hearing Col. I Hair,
as ti is only hy free speech aud fair
argument, that the truth can he
found. On t he ot her hand, we eon
dctun Col. lilair for inviting a riot,.-is
he confesses himself, by ordering
the gate of the wagon yard in which
he was holding forth to be opened,
and instructing his dusky followers i<>
arm themselves with wagon spokes,
and whatever else they could lav
their hands upon, for a general row.
A wrong was committed on both
THE VIRGINIA ELECTORAL VOTE.
The danger to the electoral vote of
Virginia is a greater cause of weak
ness to us than anything else in the
campaign. The Flinders and the
Readjust ers, the two wings of the
Democracy, although both for Han-j
cock, have put. out each an electoral
ticket, the result of which may be, ba
ttle concentration of Republicans that
the Statt? may go for Gnrlicld. When
we think by union, that Virginia is
largely Democratic this division of
strength is most unfortunate.
It is strange that men of intelli
gence will allow local differences to
endanger our National pro&pcriiy.
One ot' the Democratic tickets must
be withdrawn immediately, or the
State is in danger. The National
(Executive Committee must see to it
immediately. There is im tum- to
lie lost. A break in the solid South
loses us Hancock. Will the Demo
crats of Virginia, by their childish
ness, and for a mere sentiment, bring
such a calamity upon us?
a riot Aiynii; NORTH.
On last Saturday night, during the
Democratic parade in Wilmington.
Deleware, a riot was started by the
eolored+people of the city. While the
procession was marching through the
street, colored men stationed in a
brick building in tie- third story,
threw bricks and lired pistols into
the passing crowd, woundii ga in in
her of Democrats. The Democrats
then rallied, lired into the building,
ami the colored men scattered ami
eseapetl down Ninth t tt'eel. Only,
t w o of t be colored men were slightly
wounded; Si\ of the ringleaders
ha ve since been arrested.
Troops should be sent to keep these
Yankees in order.
The RailiciiI Ticket -('a rnet-Ruggers?
Politics ami Religion.
If there ever was any grumbling
on t he side of a few sore heads in I he
Democratic party . Ibis folly is com
plotcly laid aside in the lace of i lie
Radical ticket nominated on Tues
day. It is now :i choice between this
thing or the Democratic ticket, and
there is not >\ decent man w ho can
hesitate its Io Ii is decision. The tit
leal of I )iinean, I he nal ive-horn fru ml
of the colored man. and the putting
in his place of the Reverentl(V) cur
pet-bugger L'inckney for Ilie the
Senate, and the putting Duncan on
of the County < Miairinan.ship for i If
Rermuda carpel bugger Straker is a
heavy blow lo the Republican par'.y
01* Oraitgeburg. The colored people
are not going to I" run over ill this
way by foreigners. The Democratic
ticket gives great satiefaction. It is
composed of conservative men who
will hinke iiodifferencebetween white
ami black, and. knowing this, a large
number of colored people will vote .t
llesid.es the fact Ilia/ the Radical
Convention was controlled by carpel
baggers, the colored people tire dis
gust cd at a preacher at t he most im
poriaiit church in the County, Rev
l'inckney. going on the ticket am1
running into polities. Tiny hnvi
sense ami Ihey will not allow lhei|
race to be t hits heliil h d.
I.et the Democrats work and all
Will be well.
A I.I'll A.
-i i mmm > ? - ? ?m??
Kidney disease shows itself in fev
eriShiiess, dry skin, quick pul-e. pal
lor of t lie skill, I'requehl evacuations,
on in in the loins, irritation in the
I urinary organs, and. if neglected,
\ dropsy . Avoid internal medicines
iilid insure a cure by using. Dr.
[?'bigg's improved liver and stomach
Another our load ol those celebrated
AY EH V WAGONS,
oct 22?1 GEO IE CORNKLSON.
James Van Tassel;
On hand and receiving daily Krcoh Gro
lies, und the Finest Brands of Lhpmrs hi
town. BltOUGHTON STREET,
ORANGEB?RG, S. C.
HEADY FO R
TANTED ? ?OIK I iahe!* ROUGH
R M 10 per liiotltb.
Beine; now ready for
With greatly increased CAPACITY, we
hereby give notice that we are now in the
KK K MARKET,
anil will pay the highest CASH price fori
goo*I Rough Rice. We don't wan' had and
chnlly rice at any price. It will be to your*
interest to [clean your lice well, as we pro
pone to pay according to tlie<pudity of each
lot ode red n?.
J. STRAUSS & f'O.
VCKLED SHAD, something new at
JAS. VAN TASSELS. '
^ ~ ~\
1! . S^ '"V*
?I 2 o -: 4 ;
J1 ELTON Market Beef, Lest ever tasted,
? at VAN TASSEL'S.
I AM Ts"cl LiYiN T
"Weed" Sewing Machine.
This if really die BEST MA< IHNE for
lhc LEAST MONEY*, (.'all and cxam
I ine. GEO. IL Co RS ELS ON.
ict L"> "I
IOMi Green ( neu tuber Pickles, very
j cheap, at VAN TASSEL'S. '
NOT I CK
Office or County CosiMissioNicns,
(>i ungchutg < 'ounty,
Orungehiirg, S. C , Oct. 8, IS80.
All persons having claims against the
County of Oiitngchurg, and hot heretofore
presented, will tile tin--.no,? with diet i? ik
of the hoard ul County < on ndssioncrs, on
or before the fust day nf November. lsso
IIv order of the 1 tonrd.
L. IL NN A NN A MA K E/f,
( h rk Board Co. ( oin? (). ('.
oct l? 8t
BOLOGNA Sau-agtH, low down, at
) JAMES VA>' I'ASS EL'S.
Notice to C'r<*?lilorM of David
o. Jo front.
The Creditors of the late David O. Jef
coat are required to | recent and provelhcir
respective Claims against Ids Estate, on or
before I lie 30th day of November next, be
fore the Master; and on faihue to do so,
they will be demurred payment.
By urder of the t 'ourt.
Master's Ollice, <>. t. '.?, 18S0.
oct 10 :;t
rjpilK hesl of Dry Salt and Smoked l*a<.
JL low down at V A N TASSEL'S.
Bv virtue of sundry Executions to me
directed. 1 will sell, at Orangchiirg C II.,
S. <'.. during the legal hours of sale, t > the
highest bidder f?r cash, on the first
Moiuiay November next, all the rieht, title
and interest of the defendant, in and to tin
following tract of land, towil ;
AH that Pbu tathm or tract of land
situate in Elisabeth Township, < >rangchiirg
? ounty. in the r'orka of Bull Swamp, and
North Edistu Zi'iver, contniiung four hund
red acres, iaorc or less, and huiinded|bv
land- ol N'. ni. Macli and Brother, Jacol)
Wolfe, N. K. N\. Sistruiik and North Edist?
River. AS., at siiiiie lime ami place, four
Bales oft'oltoii. All levied on as the pro
perty of Henry Livingston at the suit of
Ii I . Pou Adui'r, and It. K. Pou.
.1 II. LI VI NliSTt >N. .V.O. C. V
Shcrift'V Otlicc, Orangebury County, 8. C.
i let Dili 1880.
oei U"> :tt
M1E Sweetest ami Whitest Klour, bv the
lb and hid, at \ A N T.ISSElAS.
I am preparotl to supply
B Kandlies w h the celebrated Phi hi lel
phia Champagne Lager Rcer by the Do/en
cheaper than Charleston market. At
Wallace i lUinOll's ( >ld Stand.
J. PEE ANDRVYS, Apt.
rinn F. very liest qualilvof Gill Kdg? Bllt
1 lernt' VAN TASSEL'S.
Notice is horeby given, lltat 30 days
from date, application will l>" made, lo
Uuo. ?oliver Esq., 'Merk of the Court of
Orangeburg County, lo renew the Charter
of the Missionary Socictv of the Orange
burg Missionary I nion
K. II. RILEY,
jl/. L. JENKINS,
ocl 1 l in
iniHOICE Ohio IfaniH at '
*0 JAMES VAN TASSAL'S.
AND DKAI.Kit I>'
M usieal 1 nslrumonts, Are.
All those in need of a good pair of
SPECTACLES or FYEGLASSES
enn bo perfectly suited.
/JC?"~.\11 repairs carefully aad
in ally executed.
oetS iSSO tf
CtlUNKSK and oilier Lin' <if Preserve
y and Jellie?, a! VAN TASSEL'S.
J. W. IfciSOSEMTST
I Wll.l. KIX'lUVi: TKS DAYS
a CAR IjOAB
C. 1 ). 1 [OUTJOl IX
Ft in 17 1830 if
) i'O. Java, and other grades of ("bfli'i
i. at VAN TASSEL'S;
MA' MOTH STOCK of
Is now in stoi ft.
All of my friends, customers and
I everybody will tin weil lo call und
, examine the LAUGEST ASSORT
i MLNT itGoods cot exhibited in
Ornngebtirg, which were purchased
with the greatest cur? in regard to
Style, Quality and Cheapness, in ihc
Principal t i, b>? North.
My stock of
FA Sill OX ABLE DIU SS GOODS
comprises everythiug in Ores* Fah
lies. All lite new Shades : ml I oh r.?
in Silks, Satins, Velvets. Cashmeres,
Momie ( loth.-, Hrocadcs, Alpaecas,
liiirt, in fact eveiything that could be
j found tlesiinble This .-took especi
ally SV11 PASSES anything ever
I broughi into the B-urg. Come, take
a look and he convinced.
''ANCY GOODS, Notions, Neck
_ Wear, Ribbons, ( orsels, (Hoves,
Ladies Vcsls, Shaw.'.-, I Inuks, Zephyr,
Zephyr Goods, Buttons, .let Goods,
Laces, Embroideries, iVci, Ac. in
more than usual variety, Simply
Grand, Gorgeous and Immense.
/ <ASSI.M1 U!S, .ban-. Flannels,
Cotton Goitls. Calicos, tlireci
in m the Factoi ies, nt ilie very L< I\V
EST PUK'ES, and in the best (Qual
I an. row the L< )CA L AGENT
for one of the Largest Philadelphia
Shoe Manufactories, for Men, Ladies
and i hildrcn's Hand Sowed Shoes,
whose Stock is the lost to be loll Dil
in the Market. I also hav Southern
and Fa-tern inmle Shoes, suitable for
( veryb" dy 's '1 aste ami Pot ki t.
C1AUPETS, Malls and Hassocks in
J < i rent Vlll ioty.
/ lid >TH I N (I for tb.o MILLION.
V/ If you don't believe it ju-i eomc
and ia*?en passing glance at the huge
piles slacked in the Store.
MME DEMONEST'S RELIAflLE
Ti t Light Running
DcniG?tic dewing* Kacliino
MAI II IN F. Needles, Oil, Altaelt
u.t uls, ami pans for all Ma
MAMM< >TI L
I) EST quality Condensed Milk at
> VAN TASSEL'S.
OPERATIVE AND *ECIIANlCAb.
Rv l>r. h. S. Wold V. Office over
1?. Louis' Stoie. Satisfactit'i guaranteed
In all operation >.
li o Teelk exlrnctetl without pain, by
the use of Nitrous. Oxide (.as.
IK.lK do' I'l l die-I and Seleett d stork of
; Grnccrie* go to VAN TASSEL'S-.
11 III FULL!
I am ready9 wiring and waiting
to please my many friends and cus
tomers with one of the handsome
selected Stocks of
A N D
Ever brought to this MARKET.
Words are superfluous. A hearty
invite extended to all.
Buttcrkl 'e Patterns ITcw Eea&j
The White Sewing Machine
53 CciXZltV Tci.t.iUlOniaiS can he shown In iL?? faror.
"M Y STOCK ? t o Numerous !" mention!
Everything can WE^'il FO fc, aid prices,
Can Eea the Town
i sell ONLY H'e BT^ST CO )T3S i" my line,
to which fuel hosts of MY FRIENDS throughout the Town and L'our.ty
LOW P R I ES
QUALITY OF GOODS
Every ARTICkS SOLD I*
l To be of the
VERY BEST QUALITY
i\l ONFY I \F]FUN DIT.D when there is ANIT
Having visited jS KAV YOEK. I SELECTED my own
STOOK from tho
At Mannfact P r u ices and the J3isconiit off.
To those who have- not seen my STOCK I would say,
Come Take a Look!
GOODS SI3COW2M !FHEEX--S\
i nm not, alone when 1 say 1 have tho Best StOCR, P.tir ^Sfc
fioodS111"1 Lowest Pi-ires j? town.
Come and examine my stock and if you are in need of nny goods you
XTO TB-OUBXiE TO SHOW GOODS.
AY ill sc* 11 lor Less blian cfcny ono or givo
v<> t ;i 1 m ?x of I Ter rings.
Thanking my friends for past fiivors, I am respectfully,
P W BULL