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TS?E OUAN?EBUiU UM LS.
1SSUKD EVKRY THURSDAY MORNING,
8TILE-S It. 31 Ebbt Ctl AMP. Editor ami
Terms of Subsoi'iptioii
One Copy one Year.SI 00
" " Six J'oii'ha . 75
Rate? of Advertising
One. Square 1st Insertion.SI 00
Hack Subsequent " . 50
Notices inserted in Local Column at 'i\Jc jhtt
All Subscriptions and Iranaicnt Advertise
ments to be paid /or in Advance.
?*?r" AV? are in no way reNjuinnHilt; iwr
?he vions or opinions of ->ur Correspond
Til UKS DAY, .) ULY 21, 1SH1.
Kow for Guitcnu and his
Now that the President is getting
well, public attention will be direct
ed to the would-be assassin, and to a
eousiduration of the question, what
will be done, with hint? Under the
laws of the land wo cannot bcc how
he can be indicted for anything else
but assault with intent to kill, and he
wdl be subject alone to the punish
mcut provided for this offence. There
is no special legal provision for at
tempts ? poll .-the life of the President,
and iu our opinion it is an excellent
feature ofour government. This is
a free country in which all men arc
equal before the law. The President's
life is of no more value in the eyes of
the. law than that of the hiunblcst
citizen. Mi*. Goukli.iig iu his letter
of coudolence to the White Mouse;
suggests that special legislation
should betnkeu for the protection oi
tho President from assiissinatiun.
This in our opinion would be a step
towards monarchy. The life of every
man in this free land of ours must be
esteemed equally sacred. No sj>r.-ittl
Legislation can be tolerated in a free
But there is general legislation
which could be. profitably indulged in
and which should receive serious
consideration from the people. If
this crime could arouse public senti
ment to the enactment of a law which
would effectually protect every official
iu the disci-arge of public duty from
the humblest policeman of a town to
President of the. United Stales, much
good will have been accomplished.
A public olliccr should feel that lie
has the people at his back. Fre
quently he has oillces to dispose of,
as was the case with the President,
and frequently men arc driven to
"criminal action because they arc not
.favored, as was the case with* Gui
t??n Inthi? the oflicer on "lit to be
protected in the discharge ot his duty
without fear or favor guided only by
qualification and by no other con
sidcratiou. In the same way the
policeman should feel that he is pro
tected by the majesty of the law no
matter what-means lie may have to
resort to for the protection ot him
self and the peace of the community
If (here is any laxity in the laws, it is
in this, that the hands of public olli
cials are not sulliciently upheld. The
majesty of the law should be a terror
. to evil doers.
Bo IV a rued.
The danger to the Democratic par
\y which must be guarded against, is
dissentiou in its ranks. And noth
ing gives fuel to this spirit of dis
seution more surely than questions
'upon which the people are divided.
. Thereare two such questions that are
now giving much hope end comfort
to Republicans, and these are prohi
bition, and the fence question. We
heard a Republican boasting not
long since that the Democratic party
was dead already, and. when asked
tlic cause, he pointed to those two
matters. The Republican party at
the Sout h don't care an iota for prih
ciple. Its leaders will take up any
thing thatHhcy imagine will hurt
tho Democratic party. With the cun
ning of the serpent, they see the di
visions which prohibition and the
fence question will create, and they
leap lit the opport unity for putting in
n splitting wedge. Let us lie on our
guard, ami take warning in time.
S\re have a wily foe to contend with,
rind it will bo well to count the cost
before we go too far. We must make
haste slowly. Rome was not. built
in a day, and we can't expect to re
form things with too much of a rush.
Exciting questions, in our present
political condition, should be avoid
ed, as far as it is compatible with
After ineffectual ballotings at Al
bany for these many weeks, the dead
lock has at last, been broken, so far as
PhtU's place is concerned, in I he ?Ice
tiori' of Warner .Miller. Conk ling
?tili holds out, but ho is getting pret
ty Hose to the margin of discomfit
nie. Midoris said to he better that
Phut or Dcpnw, the former. Conk
lings kite-tail, and t ho latter, the re
presehtative of the Vanderbilt ring.
New York politics uro surely paid
The latest news from the President
is most eheerihg. lie is now taking
fuel naturally, and so favorable arc
his syinptdms, that his phy-i. inns
prqijOiiiKe tie dan, or line pasr-ed.
and it i? believed thai he - ly
fci'f^&u ih Vcivruu Col tt'Gd
Draxgeburo, S. C, July 19Lh 1S81.
f.dtlor (/ranytbuty 'limea:
As ill jVrta(./.ci Courier charges
the colored people of Orange burg
with being very much disappointed
ill the President's recovering, and
makes no distinction between Demo
crats and Republicans, L deem it clue
lo myself aa one who has done all that
I could to help tho w hite people re
deem the government of South Caro
lina, to miy, that it is true that 1
worked as all other Democrats
throughout the whole country lo eiect
General Hancock President of this
great nation, doing all that we did in
good faith, because he was the choice
of the Democratic party of the Unit
ed States; Init since President Gar
field has been elected and has given
satisfaction to all the people, no one
regrets morelhau I do, the attempt
made to assassinate the Presideut. 1
trust in God that he may recover, be
cause, in my judgment, there is no
telling what his final decease would
cause the Southern people to Butler,
and I think it is the uuty of all Caro
liuiaus to protect the into:. :t of our
country. 1 for one have always doue
all I could to save our State from
ruiu, and it is uot right that I should
be placed in such a position as the
ISews and Courier attempts to place
the colored people of Orangebnrg. 1
am aB true the interest of our coun
try as any oue else.
?11 D ill ?U L * (3LE AM I N 0 S.?
? Dean Stanley is dead.
Senator Coiikling called at the "While
Douse last week.
Phu President seemed to enjoy the
old rum sent, bun by a friend.
M he Chin lesion bagging factory
has proven a complete success.
Gui'tieitt will cheat; the obituary po
Lapham only lacks five votes of
stepping iuio Coukliugs shoe's.
Platt has gone, like grist, to the
The wonder is if the Preside nl will
decline the present of $250,000 to bis
wile wlieu be gets well!
Col. J. P. Thomas repeated his \ ro
hibiiiou speech at Greenville labt
Bliss expects to make a big reputi:
tion l?y tins White House tMibise.-s,
if he can bin (foil* the oilier doctors.
Where's Billy Mahoiie since the
Coiikling row and lue shooting of the
In Cincinnati, tlie hot wave has
caused the death from sunstroke ami
prostration of??? people in one week.
Hon. Hugh S. Miion.pson has gone
10 Atlanta to attend the National
Teachers Association now in session
jit. i n.iii |*iui;v.
At a large meeting at Bonnean's
Station last. Week, a large in ijority of
citixuus Opposed any interference with
the present ic-nce law.
Greenville is evenly divided be
tween "Wul" and "dry" in the munic
ipal eieeiiou Batesburg has gone
'ibe Boston Globe predicts a Dem
ocratic, victory in Ohio,iii spite of
Calico Charley's attempt to make
capital out of Ali*. Gai hold's wound.
The Columbia Board of Trade liua
established a scholarship in the Ag
ricultural College of Columbia, ami
advises every county to do the same.
This is a good move.
Miller has walked over Plait, and
now we expect soon to hear that Lap
ham has lapped on Coiikling, aim
lapped into Congress.
A considerable rain and wind storm
passed over Columbia on Sunday ev
ening, blowing down si L.c fences,
trees, and shanties, but freshening u|i
the parched earth most dolightitillv.
Atlanta is in trouble. The le^islu
lure is contending with whiskey bills,
and the water commissioners arecou
tending with the wcH.'i that are going
Last spring the Garlield family sent
bouquets of flowers to Billy Mahooe
for trying to break the solid South,
and now iu return the Southern pro
pie are sending resolutions of condo
lence to the- President's family.
The Ohio Democracy have dctermiti
ed, it seems, to make the light this
year on the general merits of their
candidates, without taking any posi
tive position upon the two great qites
lions in w hich the State is interested
?Prohibition and the Tariff.
It is said that Garficld'sappointee
for Collector of Now York, Judge
Robertson, is still holding his semilo
iial scat at Albany voting against
Coiikling in violation of the constitu
tional provision that no man shall
hold a Federal ami a State office at
the same time. This is bad for ad
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR,
Ornngcbiirg, C. IL, S. C., .Inly 10th 18S1
ri"UlK following named Oentleincn consti
L tilting the Hun I'd of Equalization for
Ornngcbiirg County, aie heteby notified to
attend at this office on the liist Monday in
August next, to examine and h'qtiajui! the
real properly that ninv lie brought to their
not ire. nainely: a. D. (hx'dwhi, John i*.
Kerry, a. M. Wt'ilf?, L. I*. Codier, llenrv
.IciiliingH .Joseph M. Knntls, .J. II. Fehler,
J. P. Martin, Dcinpscy .J'-nes, J. J. Sallev
.Jr., Dr. J, W. Summers Dr. W in. S
bnrlon, Dr. O N. Hownum, David rforititer,
J. A. M. Maigler, W. J. Snider, Preston P
Shuler, .1. D. Kr.otts, J m Cope, Joseph
N'orris, Unwell Kaeterlin and Dr j C
Persons considering their assessments
such n? require'Chunging can present tlioni
for the eotisifl. r ition of the above named
lieutleim Ii; while in fcssion.
l*?>N VLB It. RAllTON,
At.ditor Orangeliiitg Countv.
jn'y 21 i'c
tnuounce? that he has returnc?
mil would call spcciid noti
MOST SELECT and
i^ppcinlly adapted for Spring aiWfflWTnmcr
wehrt of die Latest ImporMliouP^ut d all
of the Real Novelties of the Season, all
?Selected with great Caro as to lk?t
Grand display of Novelties in
n i t ESS
At tho well known popular ??EMPOrtTUM"
t AA piece* Hamburg Embroideries At 3
t)Uu ion tu per yard anil upward, the
Boniest vuricty ever offered.
Turclien, l.aiiguidoc, Vermicelli, Breton
Point L'L. prit, D'Alencon, tfpnn
ish at d other Laces at
ELEOANT NOVELTIES in mode np
i Lace C-nod-?, Fishus,' Tied, Ruffle*.
Aproha, &c, Ac, it will make you feel
^norl to take a look at them.
UNEXAMPLED profusion of the hi'W
?'<t Styles in Frirgeo. fJimp?, ThM ils
Ptlk fJirdlcs. Rutlons. Ribbon*, Corscls
Oloyen, I.ndica rtid Children's Rot ?er V
Handkerchiefs, all nclr and Oreat Har
Fast Color and New Style O.ilico ? cts.
Kino ^ :trd Wide Figured Cambric-" 0 ct*.
Beautiful Fa.it t'olor Yard.Wide Lawns
SPECIAL Rnrgnin*in all kinds of TTonse
keeping Omuls, s"ch a"* Toilet Quill*.
Sheetings, Towel.i. Doilies, Table Damasks,
LEU A NT a?sor'mcnt of Fan?, Para
! nobs and SilK Umbrella*;
SHOES for everybody' in all the New and
Ilanil.-K.un-- Styles for Smunu-r wear.
CiL >TU1 NO for lb'?v8 Youths und Men
/ in all die Latest Styles, in .ireal Va
riety ami at the Lowest po-sible Prices.
OHIRTS, Underwear and Futnishing
)^ Coods. An unequalled line of these
Coods bought direct and only from the
Afannfacturers. A mil lien of the Celebra
ted Cosmopolitan Custom ?* hirts, Collars
und Cuffs. Roys ?hirts, Men's Fine Nock
wcar, Silk Handkerchiefs. &c. The very
Rest Unlaundered Shirts at 50, 75 ets and
$1. Special si/.es made to order
All sizes of FraiUC? for Pictures and
The Light Running
i>oiiivst4c Kewitig Mnrtilne,
Needle*. Oil, Attachments and Parts oi
ev?ry Machine in u?e.
Reliable Paper Eashions.J
1JLAIK, Cheeked nnd Fancy Matting
just an Low Priced as any in the
?ffjy In short I guararj
shall be pleased, hnvinj]
tens of tLom-ands, and
bavii tlie-u fc*r old nnd
rich and poor, for pretl
prepared tu furnish evil
man with pi-t what slw
just the prii?e ihn* mik<.
hat every lw?ly
f goods by the
ty ike Hoore,
Tor rich anil
d:iin. I am
R-aats, and at
The Roys anil Oirls are requested not to
mirs eitUuig for New Cards for their Scrap
Rooks and Collection*
We are determined to reduce our
stock preparatory to taking an inveu
tory of the same, and will otlcr extra
indueemeuto 'to buyers during the
THIRTY 23 JBLT S
We have made sweeping reduc
tions in prices through our entire line
Out bargains are
Linen Dress goods atlO formerly 25
Plaid Dress Goods ? 12? ? 30
Union Lawns ,.7 ? 12A
Black all wool bunting 20 ? 30
Colored ? ? ? ? ? ? 20 ? 30
in all di ess goods
Black Grenadines 25, et?, formerly ?<\
Bulbriggan 1 lose 25 formerly 40 cts.
0*4 thread all linen hemstitched hand
kercheii's 12Acts, worth 25. Dornst ich
all linen needle worked corners at
15 ets, worth 30.
? 1 CCK.SE T
?t GO cts worth $1
Linen Damask Towcl? at 25 cts
worth 40. This is a wonderful reduc
tion and only a few more left. Table
Linens, Napkins, Bed Spreads and
Lace Curtains must be closed out.
If you need Cassi meres, Cot
tonades, and Flannels, now is the time
to buy them. Fans and Parasols
at a sacrifice. Japanese parasols
at 10 and 20 cents. A 4 inch deep
Hamburg edging only 22ets, Our
line Of laces is the largest and always
he cheapest in town.
In the <'lot hing line we have
marked down the balance of stock
at prime cost and no humbug. Blue
Flannel suits $12,50, former price $15
Linen Dusters $2
A Few more nobby styles
straw it votir own prices. Must
SHOES I SHOES! SHOES,
A reduction of 50cts on .all low
quartered goods 6o<c1onc out summer
stock. As usual all shoes warrant
ed a* represented.
THE WHITE Sewing Machine and
gaining favor eontinurlly.
BDTTERICKS Fashions for July
and August ready. Ladies call
and get a copy free.
!HENRY K) IF.
TURNIP if CABBAGE
A FRESH SUPPLY
Jeweller, Ornngcburg S. C.
Notice to Consumers of
OLK attention is callcil to a few brands
JL of iiiy line M??ukitig and chewing
Tobaeco'Si aho Scgiirs and Ccgnrcttcs, which'
I make-n specialty: Chewing?Celebrated
liur.z Saw, tlie Golden Rar, Corn Cob,
Mi<|ue, Knrly i'ird, Copt. Jack, Aurora
fan alitf, -Buozl, Wold Unowned Mills
KloTa line Cut. and many other Lrands
which are not mentioned here, always
on hand; Smoking: W. T. Blokwclls & Co's.
but ham, the only gciiu/ne. Illockwells I
? Long Cut, fur Pipes and Cigrelti?, Murburg
Ii )os. Mel rose Curly Cut, Smokers Truest
I Friend, Larillnrd Solid, put up in tin toil,
CJ. W. Gail ?i Ajt ct lebraiid Crown Btand.
fcegars? wiruhvlia, Private Stock, Qr.eeie
b iub-l.orejia, Lena Sa?, Ornato, Ulavk
II oop, ravoiitc, hntmpre State. t.'iynrcttcs
--Lone 1'i.-herman, l'ride of the North,
Liu e |/oker, Black we IPs Durham. All of
the above nre<gimranteed tobe first classs
(Jive nie a call and Ik; convinced that i
keep the best Tobacco's in the market.
Look for the Blue Store.
FKaNK BISHER, Agt.
WE would respectfully ask the public
to call and examine our stock of
In endless variety.
In all the Latent and most Fashionable
Roth Staple f.nd Fancy
Tlx^i World Reno-wTied.
LYON BAKING POWDER
In j, \, i and I lb packages, guaranteed
Best of ail or money refunded.
S? FLOUR! i&
Dlrfct from the Mills, and we call particu
lar attention to two of our Fancy brands,
"JI AR VEST PRIDE,''
Which cannot be equaled in this Market,
and which is within the reach of the
poor as well as the rich.
A full nnd well Selected Steel, from $7 60
to $13 00 per set.
From $2 to $12.
From the Best Factories in North Carolina
and Virginia, Low for Cash.
For Ladles, Misses, Children, Men, Youths
Roys in great variety.
TIME will not allow us to mention our
Entire Stock. Come and look and
you will be pleased. Buy and you will be
P. ?. SWOAIT ? GO.
South, Carolina Xtnil Hoad.
CIXASOB OF StHHUL'LK.
On and after May 15th, 1881, Passenger
Trains on thin Bond will run as follows:
(till further notice.)
Oreenvillo Express Train.
going kast (daily except 8und?y.j
Leave Columbia at.6 00 P M?
Arrive at Caiuden at.8 45'" "
Leave Orangeburg.7 57 ? "
Arrive at Charleston.10 45
goino west (daily except ?und it.)
Leave Charleston at.. 0 00 A M.
Leave Orangeburg at. '8 43 *?
Leave Cainden at.615 ??
Arrive at Columbia at..'.10 35 K
Way Freight and rassimpor Traits? Daily
?Lcave'Colurabia. G '30 A M
Arrive at Cainden.12 49 P M
Leave Oraugeburg.~10 13 V M
Arm eat /hi gust a. 3 20 P M
" ( harleston.....1 55 P M
GOING west (DAILY except SUNDAf".)
* Leave Charleston....V'9 05 A M
" AuguBta....'.'.' 7,55 *?
?? Orangcburg. 120. P M
Arrive at Columbia.5 30
* Passengers leaving Columbia or ''har
leBton on these trains nave to change cars
at Branch vide to reach Charleston at 1 55
p m oi Columbia at 5 30 p m.
Night Express Trains?Daily.
GOiNO KAHT. . \
Leave Columbia...?.9 00 P M
?? Orangcburg.12 31AM
Arrive at Augu ta. 7 25 "
?* Cbarlefllon......5 36 "
going we?t, daily
Leave Charleston. 8 10 P M
Augusta...-. 7 00
' Orangeburg. 1 52 A M
Arrive at Columbia.f* 30 "
tin Columbia Division-.Night Express
Trains run daily; all other trains daily ex
On Augusta Division all Passenger Trains
run daily. :
Sleeping Cars arc attached tq.Night Ex
piess Trains?berths only Jfl.O.O? between
Columbia. Charleston ami Augusta. On
Saturdays and Sundays, round trip tickets
are- sold to mid from all stations at one
lust-elan- fare for the round trip, good till
> Monday noon to return. Excursion tick
ets good for ten days are regularly on sale
at six cents per mile for round trip to and
I from j*11 stations.'? Connect U-ns made at
Columbia with' Grcenvide and Columbia
and Charlotte, Columbia ami Augusta Hnil
r'ads at Charlotte ?luiietisii by .train arriv
ing at Columbia at 10.35 Al AI., and leav
ing Columbia at d.00 P. m. to and bom all
points-oil both roads*. At.Charleston with
steamers fur Mew York on Wednesdays and
Saturdays; also with steamers lor Jncksoii
vil e, P.a., and points ,on St.-John River
and with Savannah and Charicston Itail
road to a 1 points South.
Connections are made' at Augusta with
Georgia Railroad ;aud-Ccnlral Kai'roi.d to
and from all points WcsU-and South.
Through tickets can be purchased tu.all
points south and West, bv applying to
I). C. ALLEN, (J V ?i T A.
JOHN B PKcK. l.cneral-Supl.
J G. POSTKLL, Agi,;.Orang^bUrg, S. 0.
Market Kjergjor ts.
Corrected; every" ,week by Messrs. Bull
?t Scovill; ...
KiitftAS'.'STfihe 1<5, 1881.
' ' .'Cpf VON ?'?'*
Low Middlings...."...;. 8]'<i>
i Irdinary.>.iv.?.*'.i. 3(^.5
Corn..-.t-i.. 75(<?,80 6
New Corn '.......<.a.1v.......,a...
peas.........m..v, . 1 50
Fodder, per 100.lbs. '..'.1.1 50
<. Over a mil
lion of Prof.
'nls have al
ii ly been sold
id in F ratio;
every one of
Inch has giv
i perfect sat
? faction. anH
.We now ou, . . u^iiliicted ml doubting
ones that we wilt J ay the above reward
fof-a single case of ^
That the Pad .'faHsViV $re. This Grea
Remedy will positivVTy*"hnd permanently
cure Lumbago; ' ?I?uliV*ef - Back, Sciatica,
Gravel. Diabetes,.Dropes Origin's Disease
of the Ki'lneys, Iuconthsence and Beten?
lion of the Urine, . jnllainatiuii of tho
Kidneys, . Catarrh of .the Bladder, High
"olored Urlnel Pahf in* the Back, Side or
Loins. NerVpUR Weakness, and in fuct all
disorders of the Bladder and Urinary
Organs whether contracted by private
disease or otherwise^.... .
I.U<li<*H, if you "are suffering from
l-'ciualc W eakness, Lcucorrluea, or any
disease of the Kidneys^ Bladdei, or Urin?
YOU CAN BE 4JUHED'!
Withtnrt swallowing nauseous medicines
by simply wearing .
FRENCH SIDNEY PAD,
WHICH CURES BY ABSORPTION.
Ask your druggist for PROP. GU1L
MKTTE'S FRENCH KIDNEY PAD, and
take no ptber.. ..JfJie.. lias not got it, send
?2.00 and you wHl.reo-e.ivc the Pad by re
turn mail.. ? , ' * *
FUOF. ??IL^ETt?lS FHEXCU LIVEU
Wi. 1 positlpely. jciire Fcvei and Ague,
Dumb Ague, ,\gue C?ke, BilUotlC Fever,
?lamulice, DySpep'sft.'aiid all diseases ol the
Liver, Stomach and'Bloo'l. Price $1 50
by mail. Send for Prof. Gnibnctte's Trea
tise on tho Kidneys and Liver, free by mail,
F?tiX&II PAD CO.
For sah? bv Dr;: J. (!. Wanmuuakcr
Oniigebiirg. C. H.'/S. C.
rmay 10, lSSl, ly,
* PAVILION HOTEL,
For the Summer months:
Rates SI 50, ?2 and $2 50 per day.
According to Location of Room.
E.'T. O A if.bAUD. Propriehir,
'.'baric ion, S. O