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*B DIT 9 B IA It GtjEAKINGS.?
Gen. Hancock is iuvited to the At
Palmetto trees are boing planted
on East Bay in Charleston.
Oh Harmony3 How many crimes
havebeen committed in thy name.
Miss America Cason was killed
from the explosion of a kerosene lamp
last week at Ninety Six.
The irrepressibleTjm Hurley^ a
stalwart South'- CaroBfra' -Radical," is
now a big Democrat in New York Cr
A number of delegates from South
Carolina are in attenda*uce upon the
National TOacher's Association at
Gov. Hagood aud suite weut up to
Greenville on Monday to the meeting
of the State Agricultural. Society.
Justice Clifford died on Mouday
which causes a vacancy on the Su
preme Bench of the United States.
Will the South now have representa
Even John Kellc3r, who hates Conk
ling with a holy hatred, admits that
the treachery of some of his pretend
ed friends was such as men instinct
J. L. W. Matthews, the editor of
the Fourcha Valley Times of Arkan
sas, was shot last week by a "select"
band of outlaws who had a grudge
October 19th is Bpokcn of as the
dayT for Thanksgiving for the recov
ery of Gar?eld. We had better wait
to see if it is the intention of Provi
dence that he should recover.
The enforcement of the Rcveue laws
seems to lie fruitful of. violence and
blood shed. ? There is . something
wrong. Let a change be made.
Mr Gladstone, the 'Erigdish Pre
mier, has sent his'coudoleiiee'to the
White House in a very feeling and
. complimentary letter.
An address has been issued by the
citizens of Columbia calling for a
State Prohibition Convention on the
27th of September.
The South' Carolina Railroad will
be sold to .the highest bidder today
at 12jo^eiock'before * the Charleston
Post Office.'. , / ...
Mr? Miller, Senior; being asked :f
he did. not feel it a great honor to
have a son elected Uuitcd States Sen
ator,.-answered; **I can tell better
at the end of the term."
Dr. Bliss isjrcported as-having said
that if ho had a probe on the bullet
he would not draw it it out. Upon
which some experts do not hesitate
to say that Dr. Bliss is a fool.
Mr Corikling, like "Brer Fox," will
"lie low." No telling what may hap
pen. There arc startliug changes in
this wicked world.
The Democrats have not the slight
est objection to Grant and Conkling
being read out of the Republican par
ty. Should liko to have seen them
thus eliminated when Hancock was
running for Presideut.
If the President lives, Dr. Bliss
will be the greatest man in the land;
but if he dies he will be the littlest.
Is there any tbiug that succeeds.like
"Billy the Kid," the Mexican out
law, a beardless youth scarcely 21,
who boasts that he has killce a man
for each of his years, was at last kill
cd himself last week by a Mexican
Geu. J. C. Claussen of the colored
militia was severely, if not mortally
stabbed on Saturday night-in Char
leston in a street row. Cause Bccch
Gov. Q. M. Roberts of Texas de
clined to unite with Gov. Foster of
Ohio in the proposed appointment by
the Governors Of a day of prayer for
the recovery of President Gar?eld.
His grounds were that he is opposed
to the principle of the union of church
and state. He desired as much as
any one else the recovery of the Pres
ident, but he objected to all gubcrna
torial appointments of religious meet
iugs ou the above grounds
Great indignation is expressed in
Texas about it.
There is a rumor that Senator Con
kling intends to visit the South next
autumn, to make acquaintance with
the people and, by his airs and graces
and newly conceived opposition to
monopolies, capture their political
support. . .
The opposition of Gov. Roberts of
Texas.to .the appointment by State
authority of aThanksgiving or a day
of Prayer for the churches to ob
serve, is not a new idea, nor is it con
fine to Gov. Roberts. We know of
ministers'of the gospel who oppose it
not only on the ground of the necessi
ty of keeping church.and State sep
arto, hut " also oh the * additional
ground* that worldly mWTinve' no
...right to order appointments for the
church. -. ?
. w .Drs. G/ross and Pancoast, two dis
tinguished surgeon's.of Philadelphia
?\?n Wednesday, last successfully re
moved, by a very delicate -operation,
a-troublesome and dangerous epithe
lial growth that had formed inside
the mouth of Senator Ben Hill of Ga.
The affection was of a very dangerous
character aud hnebecu growing about
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THUKfeDAY, JULY 28,1881.
Trenibllnfr, in the balance.
In our last isi-ue the dispatches
from W ashington authorized us in
reporting the Presideut ns oa the high
road to recovery. This week the as
pect is entirely changed for the worse
A pus cavity has formed in the path
of the ball which has necessitated a
surgical operation for obtainiug an
other outlet from the wound. Yes
ter fractured bone was extracted,
and the patient is becoming weaker
and more restless. Wo fenr from the
tenor of the latebt dispatches that the
President is far from heiug out of
Slate Agricultural Meeting.
The Annual meeting of the State
Agricultural Society opened in
Gnenville on Tuesday, about two
huudred prominent farmers being
present from this State and Georgia.
The usual opening addresses were de
livercd by President B. F. Crayton,
Master J. N. Lipseomb, Mr. M. L-.
Donaldson and Col. Wm. Wallace of
South Carolina, and Rev. Dr. Daniel
Butler of Georgia.
A paper was read on the cultiva
tion of upland cotton, by Mr. E. R.
Mclverof Darliugton; one on the
cultivation of upland rice, by Dr. J.
W. Summers of Orangeburg, and
another on the labor question, b3* Mr.
C. H. Moise ofSuniter. After ihc
discussion of these questions, the
Society adjourned-for the day, for the
enjoyment of a ride around the city,
and a visit to Piedmont Factory.- The
meeting promises to be a vcrj intcr
The Overthrow ot Coukdns.
After a most disgusting and weari
some fight at* Albany, Ooukling has
been overthrown, and Laphain, a man
in many respects his inferior, has
beeu elected over him as Senator from
New York. About a week ago Miller
was also elected in the place of Platt
who resigned with Conkling. The
fight has been in many respects a use
leas and revolting one. On the one
side the strutting pride of Conkling,
and on the other the worthlessness,
and riugism of Laphain and Miller,
the successful eaudidates. The New
York Times may well say that the
great State of New York can find
nothing in the new Senators in which
to feel proud. But the ttaelessuess of
the fight is another point. Before the
new senators will take their seats iu
Congress the general election will take
place. W hy then all of tins disgrace
ful exhibition? But in all evils there
is some good. The Republican party
is weakened, and the Democratic par
ty is strengthened. If an election
should be held now, New fork would
go Democratic with hardly a doubt,
and if the change in public sentiment
is properly fostered we may coun
New York as safely back iu the Dem
The Health of Washington.
From common report and occa
sional newspaper paragraphs, the
health of the city of Washington does
not appear to be any of the best. It
is said that the malaria from the
Potomac atfeets the atmosphere and
that fever and kindred diseases from
this cause arc not unfrequent. This
is the excuse that some of our Con
gressmen make lor tippling. They
say their physicians advise it for
keeping off malaria, and they are
very sorry. Now, if the Capital can
not be moved to some higher lati
tude, where our Congressmen may be
taken out of danger of. Antikes, mal
a nan ml monkeys, where they can be
refreshed by cooler breezes and ex
hilarated by natures pure mountain
dew, there is still another plan. Let
the whiskey of the Capital be "medi
cated" and not taken straight. When
we consider the army experience, we
are astonished, with* all the Confeder
ate Brigadiers, for which Washing
ton is noted, that the past should he
forgotten, and that the physicians
should be.so led astray. The repre
sentatives of a nation^ ought to be
kept healthy, and robust.
Labor and t apttnl.
It may be a matter of interest for
tig to-note.that wages are. higher, in
other States, than in'Soilfli Carolina.
The range as taken from carefully
compiled' statistics is ???from about
$25 per month, for laborers in the
New. England States to $41 in Cali
fornia. In our State, we believe, the
average is $8.
What then is theinfereucc to be
drawn from these facts The low of ru
ply and deiBRndltk basinets is at ctft
in is the law of water seeking its level
tu nature. It may be said that one
cause of higher wages in the North
ern and Western States, is the high
er state of improvement, and conse?
quently, the greater productiveness
of laud in these States. We grant
this. But, what is the cause of the
difference of improvement? It is the
combination of capital with labor.
We have ^adduced these facts to
point out what we believe the inter
est of the State demands, in the mat
ter of immigration. We don't want
all laborers, but we ueed a consider
able amount of capital. Politically
and agriculturally, it is the settler of
means who buys a farm for himself,
or who starts a factory, a mill or
some other useful enterprise, whom
we need juSt now as much, if not more
than the laborer. It is true that
labor is gradually getting higher,
but the immigration of actual land
owners will tend to relieve the diffi
culty as well as the natuial increase
of our population. We are not op
posed to more labor, for it is the
strong arm of the laborer who gives
life and euergy to our laud. Wi h
out him capital would be fruitless.
But it is the combination of capital
and labor that we w?iuld urge. Let
our Immigration Bureau in attend
ing to the one not neglect the other.
is now offering
in the balance of his
Prices'reduced 25 to 75 per cent.
All those desiring to save money
should not fail to call at the
in the prices of all Summer wear.
Call early and procure Bargains.
The "HOUSEHOLD" SEWING
MACHINE entirely new, perfect,
easy running and simple. Also the
GREAT STANDARD, "THE
DOMESTIC," together with Needles
dec, always on hana at
THEO I OK KOHN.
Notice to Teachers.
School Commissioner's Office,
OBANGEDUltO, Countt, July Glh 1881
The following days havo been fixed bv
the Countv Hoard of Examiners of Orange
bur n t.'Mirity for the .Summer I* xaiuinatioi'
ol Public School Touchers, both male und
1 hursday, July 2lht, for white uppli
cants for first grade certificates.
Erida\, July 22nd, for colored appli
cants lor first grade certificates.
Saturday. .Inly 23rd, for white appli
cants for second grade certificates.
Monday, .In y 25tli, tor coloredappli
cants for second grade certificates.
Tuesday, .Inly 2(ith, for white applicants
for third grade certificates.
\\ ednesduy, July 27th, for colored ap
plicants for third grade certificate*.
'lhe 1 Automation will commence at It)
o'clock each day.
Ali certificate*, whether they have ex
pired or not, must be presented to the
hoard during the Examination for inspec
tion and action.
All who expect to teach in thePtiblie
Schools must apply now,' on'the Hoard
objects to special, examinations.
During- the months ol July and August
the . td-FICE DAYS, of the School Com
missioner 'are changed from i ridav and
Saturday to MONDAY and TUESDAY of
STILK8 II. AI KM ICH AM p,
Sihool Comnilssioncr, <h-angelnirir County.
e are determined to reduce our
preparatory to taking an inven
f the same, and will offer extra
jracnts to buyers during the
We have made sweeping reduc
tions in prices through our entire line
Oui bargains are
Linen Dress goods atlO formerly 25
Plaid Dress Goods ? 12? ? 30
Union Lawns ?7 ? I21
Black all wool bunting 20 ? 30
Colored ,, ? ? ? ? ? 20 ? 30
in all dress goods
Black Grenadines 25, ctp, formerly 50.
Balbriggnn Hose 25 formerly 40 cts.
64 thread all linen hemstitched hand
Lkcrcheifs 12tcts, worth 25. Hemstich
jHgP^Jjncn needle worked corners at
AST A 1 T
at 60 cts worth $1
Linen Damask Towels at 25 cte
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 Cassimeres, Cot
tonades, and Flannels, now ia the time
to buy them. FanB and Parasols
at a sacrifice. Japanese parasols
at 10 and 20 cents. A 4 inch deep
Hamburg edging onlt 22cts, Our
line of laces is the largest and always
cheapest in town.
In the Clothing line wo 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
stjaw hats your own prices. Must
OES! SHOES! SHOES!
A reduction of 50cts on all low
creel goods to close out summer
As usual all shoes warrant
THE WHITE Sewing Machine and
gaining favor continual!}-.
BUTTEEIOES-Fftshions for July
and . August ready; - : - '.Ladies, call
andjjet a, co.pv^fr6e.
TURNIP & CABBAGE
A FRESH SUPPLY
Jeweller, Orangeburg S. C.
Notice to Consumers of
YOUR attention is called to a few brands
jfmy fine srooaking and chewing
Toba'-co's, also ScgarB and Cegarettes, which
I make a specialty: Chewing?Celebrated
Buzx Saw, the Golden Bar, Corn Cob,
Mique, Early Bird, Capt. jHck, Aurora
Pan Cake, Boozl, Wold Unowned Mills
Flora fine Cut, and many other brands
which are not mentioned here, always
on hand; A'moking: W. T. Blokwells & CoV.
Durham, the only genuine, BlockweUs
Long Cut, for Pipes and Cigrctts, Morburg
Brua. Melrosc Curly Cut, Smokers Truest
Friend, Lurillord Solid, put up in tin foil,
U. W; Gail & Ax celebraled Crown Brand.
Segars?wirabeba, Private Stock, Quecie
L ittlc Lorena, Dona Sal, Ornato, Black
II oop, Favorite, fcmmpre State. Cigarettes
--Lone r isherman, Pride of the North;
Litt e Joker, LlackweU'fl Durham. All of
the above are guaranteed to be first classs
Oive roe a call and be convinced that I
keep the best Tobacco's in the market.
Louk for the Blue Store.
I FKaNK RI8HER, Agt.
D. I. SIM k CO
tt7 E would respectfully ask the public
YV to call and examine our stock of
In endless variety.
In all the Latent and most Fashionable
Both Staple and Fancy
The World Renowned
LYON BAKING POWDER
In i, J,i a?d t lb packages, guaranteer
Beat of all or money refunded.
Direct from the Mills, and wc call particu
lar attention to two of our Fanoy brands,
Which cannot be equaled in this Market,
and which is within the reach of the
poor as well as the rich.
A full and well Selected Stocl, from $7 50
to ?12 00 per set.
From $2 to $12.
From the Best Factories in North Carolina
and Virginia, Low for Cash.
For Ladies, Misses, Children, Men, Youths
Boys' iu great variety.
TIME will not allow, us to.mention onr
(Entire . Stock. Come' nnd 'look and
you.will be pleased." Brry aftT-j?u' will bo'
f??Bfitnl. '*-ttt?pcelrnli$. --i ?: ? . ''
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Sou til Carolina Hnil Road.
change uk schedule.
On and after May 15th. 1881, Passenger
Trains on this Bond will run as follows!
(till further notice.)
Greenville Express Train.
going east (l)aily except sunday.)
Leave Columbia at.6 00 P M.
Arrive at Camdcn at. 8 46 "
Leave Orangeburg.7 57 ** .
Arrive at Charleston.10 45 "
going west (daily except sunday.)
Leave Charleston nt. G 00 AM.
Leave Orangcburg at. 8 43
Leave Camdcn at.'.. 6 15 *'
Arrive at Columbia at.10 35 "
Way Freight and PasBonger Trains?Dolly
*Lcave"Columbia. C 30 A M
Arrive at Camden.12 49 PM
Leave Orangeburg.10.13 A M
Arrive at Augusta. 3 20'P M
" Charleston.../.y.'i. V66 P M
going west (daily except sunday.)
* Leave Charleston. 9 05 A 11
" Augusta... 7 66
" Orangcburg. 1 20 P M
Arrive at Columbia.-.6 30 ?*
* PnsBcngcrs leaving Columbia or Char
leston on these trains nave to change cars
at Branchville to reach Charleston at 1 65
p m or Columbia at 6 80 p m.
Night Express Trains?Daily.
Leave Columbia.......9 00 P M
?' Orangcburg....;.12 31 A M
Arrive at Augu.' ta. 7 25 '*
44 Charleston. 0 35
going west, daily
Leave Charleston. 8 10 P M
" Augusta., 7 00 "
'* Orangeburg..... 1 52 A M
Arrive at Columbia.;. 5 30 "
On Columbia Division Night Expresd
Trains run daily; all other trains daily ex
cept Sunday. ./.. * ;
On Augusta Division all Passenger Trains
Sleeping Cars are attached to Night Ex-,
picss Trains?berths only $1.60?between
Columbia, Charleston and Augusta. On
?aturdavH and Sundays, round trip tickets
arc sold to and from all stations at one
first-class fare for the r?und trip, good till
Monday noon to return. Excursion tick
ets pood for ten days are regularly on sale
at six cents per mile for round trip to and
from all stations. Connections made at
Columbia with Greenville and Columbia
and Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Hail
roads at Charlotte Junction by train arriv
ing at Columbia at 10.36 A. M.. and leav
ing Columbia at (i.00 P. M. to and from all
points on both roads. At Charleston with
steamers for New York on "Wednesdays and
Saturdays; also with steamers for Jackson- :
vibe, Fla.j and points .on 8t. John River ,
and with Savannah and Charleston Kail
road to a 1 points South. .
Connections are made at Augusta with
Georgia Railroad and Central Kailrotd to
and from all points West and South.
Through tickets can he purchased to all
points South and West. bS* applying Us < ' ' "
D. C. ALLEN, U P A T A. .
JOHN B PLcK, (jeneral Supt.
J G. PUSTELL, Agt., Orangeburg, 8. C.
Corrected every week by" Messrs. Hull :
Friday, June 16, 1881.
Low Middlings. ?\'<i,
Corn. 7507.80 ':
peas. ..... 1 50
Fodder, per 100 lbs.1 50
Over a mil
lion of Prof.
'ads have al
a ly beeil fold "
i this country
nd in France.;
every one of....
? hieb hos giv-..
?n perfect sat
isfaction, and *
to di icctions.
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for a single caie of
That the Pad fails to cure. This Grea
Remedy will positively and permanently
cure Lumbago, Lame Back, Sciatica,
Gravel, Diabetes, Dropsy, Bright'* Disease
of the Kidneys; Incontinence and Retcn?
tion of the Urino, - luilamntion of the
Kidneys, Catarrh uf the Bludder, High
Colored Urine, Pain in the Back, Side or
Loins, Nervous Weakness, and in fact all
disorders of the Bladder and * Urinary
Organs whether contracted by private
disease or otherwise.
I^adien* if you arc suffering from
Female W cakness, Lcucorrhrca, or any
disease of the Kidneys, Bladdci, or Urin
YOU CAN BE CURED?'
Without swallowing nauseous medicines
by simply wearing
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Ask your druggist for PROF. GUIL
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Dumb Ague, Ague Cakci' Billions Fever.
Jaundice, Dyspepsia, and all diseases of the
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F,or sale by Dr. J. 0. Wannamake
Oivngebiirg, CJ.' Hj, S. C. v
'rmay- 19, 1881 ? ly.
PIXIAL XOTICE. '
J'Or the.Suniiucr mpnths:
Ratc-<i.^l,.u0,.$2-'nnd $2 '50 pw day.
4A ceo f d I hV tb5 Lorat io'iv'o^Rooui.
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