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.A. Papor for tlio Pooplo.
orangkuurg, S- C, jan. 8, 1879.
Many a gobbler gobbled his last
gobble on Christmas eve.
A prisoner, Rufiia Smith, colored,
availing trial Tor horse stealing, died
iu jail on Tuesday before Christmas.
The li\e buggy man of the North
west is in town, and proposes to sup
ply our citizens with buggies at low
prices. S,00jhis advertisement ip. an
otihqr column, .
We >ro requested by Captain-Nv
N. Ilnyden to state that the Orange
-Height Dragoons will 'meet; at their
PPparade ground.on the. first Saturday
in January for drill.
Read the article1 on our first page
under the caption of "The Universal
Christmas," which we clip from the
columns of the News and Courier. It
will doubly repay a perusal.
Mr. Albert Bradlmm, of the San
tee section, was struck on the head
and seriously injured by Mr. B. A.
Parier with a fence rail last week.
A dog was the cause of the trouble.
Our merchants and business men,
influenced by their accustomed gen
erosity, closed up on Christmas day,
and gave their clerks an opportunity
to enjoy the festivities of tho occa
A reward of ?150 has been offered
by Gov. Simpson for the arrest of
Alf McNinch, murderer of Wm. Kil
gore at Laurens ; also an additional
reward of $250 is offered by the rela
tives of tho deceased.
Our enterprise is meeting with
marked success. We bad the pleas
ure of adding to our subscription list
during the past week the names of
about thirty of our best citizens, and
the cry is still they come.
V The name of our paper has been
changed from Edisto Clarion to Tn_
Orangeburg Democrat, and it shall
be our aim to make Tns Df.mochat
worthy of the support and confidence
of the best people of our town and
Ocr friends will confer a favor on
_us if, afte^_thcy got through reading
their copy of Tim Democrat, thev
will hand it to some neighbor. It
may induce him to subscribe, and
thus help along the good work of ex
tending our circulation.
Our thanks are due Messrs. Reeves
&,Sheridan for a package of as fine
8egars as it has been our fortune to
smoke in a long time. Our friends
who use the. weed: will do well to give
them a call. They keep also a fine
supply of fresh and pure drugs and
toilet articles. -
We had the pleasure of meeting in
town one day last week Rev. A. W.
L?mar, tjie genial and accomplished
cdltojr of yie Baptist Courier. Mr.
Lamar is making Iiis paper ono of the
best religious papers in the South,
and our Baptist friends should sus
tain it by a liberal patronage.
At the beginning of this New Year
let every one make new resolves and
see to it that they arc kept. Turn over
anew leaf and let its record be such
that when 1880 shall come you may
be able to look back upon the pre
sent year and upon a period of life
more profitably spent thau any of its
A Relict ok the Past.?"Wo were
shown by Mr. D. j. Avinger, of
Vance's Ferry, on Thursday, a sil
ver coin something over two hundred
and thirteen years old. It is in a
good state of preservation, every
word on it being perfectly legible.
It is undoubtedly one of the oldest
coins in the country. To what na
tion it belongs we cant say.
A colored man by the name of
Wm. Ancrum on Chri3tma3 eve while
oitting on a cross tie in front of Mr.
W. H. Duke's house, waiting for
Some companions, fell asleep and
was caught by a passing train while
in that condition. The unfortunate
man had his arm broken .and sustain
ed Other slight injuries before he
could extricate himself from the
train. Dr. A. S. Hydrick was called
and amputated the limb.
The Laurensville Herald, in notic
ing a visit from our young fellow
citizen, W. J. DeTrcville, Jr., to that
town, says: "We had tho pleasure
of welcoming to our sanctum, the
other day, Mr. W. J. DeTrcville, the
enterprising agent under Mr. W. P.
Hix, Southern Agent for the intro
duction and sale of D. Appleton &,
Co's books. ?Will* is a good fellow,
j&if lie docs 'cat oysters with the bark
Personal.?Will the young men
who sung "Grandfather's Clock" the
other night on the public square,
please repeat their concert next week
sonic time at the same place, and
stand a little way from the Court
bouse so that the audience can get a
good crack at them with a rock with
out endangering tho property of the
We make tho following extract;
from a letter received a few days ago.
As the writer is a young gentleman
of fine ability and education, wo ap
preciate the compliment It} contains
very highly : "On the improved ap
pearance of the Clarion, every man
in Orangcburg county should* con
gratulate you, a3.it is the (list time
since the war that our county has
been favored with a purely Democrat
ic, decent and Yesp< ctablc paper."
The colored people of Abbeville
had an agricultural fair during Christ
mas week. So far as we know this
is the only county of tho State where
the colored people have been go en
terprising. Their example is worthy
of imitation, and,.whenever attempt
ed, should be encouraged. The col
ored race are essentially an agricul- j
tural people, and, adapted by nature
to this pursuit, they should avail
themselves of this great source of
Charleston Evening Journal.?
We have received the-Prospectus of
n .?gLpapcr to be started in Churles
i 4BV*ut 11,0 201,1 ?r Ju?haryi by
Messrs. D. Jj. Alexander, J. C. R.
Taylor and P. E. Parmelee, to bear'
the above title. It will be Democrat
ic in politics, and thorough in its ]
business details. The subscription
rates will be $6 a year, ar.d by the
month 50 cenls. The above named
gentlemen arc practical men, and we
wish them the success that such au
enterprise will entitle them to.
In consequence of the genera1 de
cline in almost everything we have
concluded to reduce the price of our
paper from ?2.00 to $1.50.pernn
num. It is our object to build up
a good and cheap family paper, one
that our people can take a prido jn,
and to this end we most cordially in
vite the supt.ort and co-operation of
all who are favorable to the estab
lishment of a straightoui Democratic
iqn.rnttlin Orarjgeburg Coonty. This
county needs rA good paper, ancf
With the help of her citizens we pro
pose to supply the deficiency.
Friday evening before Christmas,
Mr. Florence Glover, near Lewis
villc, aged thirty-two years, cutcred
his room, brushed his boots, neatly
dressed himself, lay upon the bed
and deliberately placing a pistol to
his right temple destroyed his own
life. This is the third instance, of
good citizens committing suicide in
that section of our county within the
past two months. Troubles of vari
ous kinds, glowing out of the events
of the score of years just passe.d, is
said to be the cause. Would that
this period was blotted out of our
history and memory.
Messrs. Mcllichanip & Edwards
announce that they have purchased
the Orangeburg Times, and in future
it will be published by them as a
Democratic paper. We see no reason
why too well conducted newspapers
in as large a county as this should
not succeed, and, after all, iL may be
best to have "two vents" to public
opinion." If the sale is a buna-fide
one, and we have no reason to doubt
_i .!_ _ _i_/i ...
lb uu bLlio btittu, rt? i .MCim tUC I'lglll
hand of fellowship to Messrs. Mclli
chanip & Edwards, and express the
wish that the Times may be second
only to The Democrat of all the
country press in the Stale.
Tub following resolutions were re
ceived too hito for our last issue, and
we take pleasure in publishing them
this week :
At n meeting of the "Eastcrlin
Mills" Democratic Club, on Saturday
Dec. 7th, 1878, the following resolu
tions were adopted and ordered pub
lished in the Orangeburg papers :
I Resolved, That this Club feel it
due to retiring Chairman of Execu
tive Committee of tho Democratic
[party of this county, Geu'l Jas. |Pv
j Jzlnr, that they give expression to the
! deep sense of gratitude, that they in
I common with the citizens of this'
county feel that they owe to him, for
his long continued services and devo
tion 'o the best interests cf the coun
|ty; the ability, untiring energy and
perseverance with which ho watched |
over and guided its political affairs
to n triumphant victory.
RbsoLvrd, That in Jas, Browne,
Trial Justice, wo recognize an able
and efficient officer, who has dis
charged the duties of his office to the
entire satisfaction ?f all law abiding
citizens of this -community. Wo
therefore respectfully prr.ent aia name
to His Excellency, the Governor, for
icappointmcnt as Trial Justice.
T. B. 110YD, SecPy.
Foil Young Mkn Only.?Young
men contemplating marriage, hnvo
snys an exchange, so frequently call
ed upon ub to ml vise them in the
manner of popping the ?all-important*
question that wo have concluded to
give our opinion once for all. Never
propone to a young Ittflj after a hear
tT.incal?lbo_.blpod.i8j needed to^uid
digestion, and her imagination is
chilled. Nor should it come just be
fore a meal, for .the longing of an im
portuned system conduce to anxiety
and Ji4itijibllHy, arid the shock may
prove hazardous; It would be better
to,select the evening, and invite her
to sonic entertainment which you
?know Jbhe want to attend, aud then
propose to her just as she is ready to
start. This wijjl be. greatly toj your
advantage, for she will see mat a re
jection -will upset an evening's enter
On tho_cvening pfJChriswnas day
some colored huh and boys bad a
general free fight on Kussel 1-slrcct
neargluo hotel, in which knives, ra
zors, clubs, brickbats and promiscu
ous swearing wero the _ weapons.
Mayor Moselcy and the city police
appeared upon the sceuc and arrest
ed three of the ring-leaders. Mr.
Wm. Fcrryclear deserves a prize for
the prompt manner in whicli he stop
ped a mad crowd from following one
of the pi isoners. It was a stitch in
time. Three colored men were stab
bed~~during" the' fight. Alderman
Saiu, while endeavoring to keep the
peace, got his coat cut, and Mr.
Kelly put a quietus upon one of the
tribe in the shape of an Irishman's
tap on the head. Mr. J. S. Erwin
also received a slight injury upon his
left hand while arresting one of the
The following are the grand and
petit juries drawn to serve at the next
term of Court, which convenes on
next Monday :
Grand Jury.?Frank A ^Brickie,
Eugene;M Furior, Walter C Jumper,
Melvin A Posey, James ".J Moorer,
Chevis R Livingston, J W Brander
burg, Wade U Feed, Wm J Sonn,
Charles Shakespeare, Lucius B llutto,
Geo Gavin, J Angus Cope, Isom
Yon, Andrew B Byrd, Martin A Liv
ingstone, Alex Robinson, Andrew
Fktit Jury.?Robert Rai nor, Wm
W Westburg, Geo B Saliey, Benj.
Johnson. Amedce^x^^^J C Stoude
myer, Jas Y Johnson, Thos M
Douglas, Charles Scabrook, Daniel J
Carroll, Daniel S Thomas, Wm V
Izlar, Elijah C Valentine, Barney
Dempsey, J C Folder, Jacob A Wolfe,
Lucius Dukes, Benj Harley, Michael
A A rant, An ly Clarkson, James M
Mos?, Noah II Whetstone, Geo W
Barton, Lewis II Danlzlcr, Green W
Myers, Henry Glover,'John W Mack,
Et W Kisor, F Oliver Fairey, Jacob
N Fogle, Lewis W Week, Peter F
Shuler, Simeon B Bair, Wm B Sta
bler, David Murphy P M General.
Tin-; Orangeburg Agricultural So
ciety met . at the Fair Building on
Saturday, before Christmas. Not
withstanding the very unfavorable
weather there was a lino turn out and
an interc'sting meeting. The policy
of planting cotton to the same extent
as heretofore was fully discussed by
the members present, and Hie conclu
sion arrived at was pretty generally
in favor of planting it only as a side
crop, while the fanner should address
himself to a more abundant yield of
grain, and other crops of necessity to
the subsistence of the family and the
raising of stock. It was adjudged
impossible to grow the crop profita
bly at seven and a half cents per
pound, ami absolutely .so as a money
crop to pay debts. Other avenues
should be entered and other sources
for making money should be sought
after by our people. Heretofore we
have depended too much upon cotton
in the vain hope of getting a remune
rative price and thus pay oir the
debts we owe, but year alter year dis
appointment have followed the farm
er, and the greater efforts he made to
grow cotton the faster debts accumu
lated upon him, until now nine-tenths
find it impossible to meet their pay
ments. If it wero not for dobts a
man might make cotton at the pre
sent prices and live comfortably, but
at its present value, and the poor
prospects. of 'improvement in prices,
be had better plant such crops as will
enable him to live within himsetf and
I the little he receives for cotton can
be appropriated to diminishing the
Our thanks tire duo and are hereby
tendered Mr. T. W. Albergotti, for
a sample of extra fine fruit, sponge
anO pound calec, made at his bakery
on Kussel I street. We have seldom
had the good fortune to taste better,
and can recommend Mr. Albergotti
to all person who may need cakes
ami confectionery put up in the best
manner and style of the art.
. f vi -
Henry f IKohn's,
STOCK LARGER THAN EVER!
Ansortnient to unit the moat faitidioas
5?T-PRICES TO RUIT THE TIMES.
Wc have marked down tho entire stock.
CLOSE INSPECTION '
will convice you thifl is the time to buy.
Assortment of HOSIERY, from 10 cents
per pair up.
CASSIMERS. .IE AN 3,
The largest and Cheapest lino
FLANNELS FLANNELS FLANNELS
FLANNELS FLANNELS FLAN
KETS BLANKETS BLAN
BLANKETS BLANKETS BLAN
BLANKKTS BLANKETS BLANKETS.
Everybody says our
ONE DOLLAR SHIRT
ONE DOLLAR SHIRT
ONE DOLLAR SHIRT
ONE DOLLAR SHIRT
ONE DOLLAR SHIRT
ONE DOLLAR SHIRT
Is the best in tho State!
CLOTHING, BOOT und SHOE
CLOTHING. ROOT and SHOE
CLOTHING, BOOT and SHOE
CLOTHING, BOOT ami SHOE
CLOTHING, BOOT und SHOE
Stocks are replete wdth bargains.
El CALLING AT
There has recently been a terrible crash
in the prices of.all styles of
CARPETS, and nli kinds of
WOOLEN GOODS, &c, Ac.
The Indies of Orangeburg should not
fall to improve the present golden oppor
tunity to purchase their
TIES, BOWS, RUCH1NGS,
LACE GOODS, COLLARS,
KID GLOVES and NOTIONS
Of every Description. ,?
Prices of these Goods^yUldflTTound
from-25'to"?fr per cent lower than ever
Jacen or ofTered elsewhere.
It is my constant aim to make my EM
PORIUM the great rallying point for
cash buyers, and the most attractive bu
siness place on Russell-sfcrcet, where
persons of economical habits can always
find the best qualities of GOODS at prices
as sold in New York city.
LADIES' UNDERWEAR, CORSETS
aud SKIRTS a Rpecialty.
My stock of
CLOTHING, GENTS' SHIRTS,
HATS, CAPS, &e?
Is simply immense both in quality and
variety of styles at prices that defy com
Agent for Madame DEMOREST PAT
TERNS, whose winter patterns are beau
tiful and just received. Call for cata
logues of winter styles.
The Domestic Sewing Ma
chine* so perfect it never falls to
please; so strong is never wears out; so
cheap thot everybody buys it, always on
?nie at the EMPORIUM.
Remember that T. KOHN'S DRY
GOOD'S EMPORIUM is the place
wliere polite treatment honorable de-d
ing aud low prices for good GOODS can
nUvnyn >?o found, Remember wc have
no Branch Store in Orangeburg but
come direct to
IN THE TOWN OF
$ uv ii ? t WM &
DA. SAIN NOTIFKS THE CITIZENS OF ST. MATTHEWS. AND THE
9 public generally that hiiihe <:
found a choice andrere Kctecrlon of
public generally th at littthc old stand of Clark's, near the Depot, will bo
Dry Goods, Grocd'ries, Tobaccos arid ftegars*. Li'quors
botli Foreign and Domestic, Hardware, $c.,
And elicits a share of trade. Mr. .1. lMTITj; SAIN, who 1* in charge of the Ktor e
will he silad to grewjanv rtl! of his old cusiomcrs, and new on.>8 ton, to whom ho
^unranteesyforgajjns u<4 ffood as can be had in Charleston. Highest market prices
paid lor all kinds Ol Country produce1
St. Matthew?. September 0, 1870.
/ 9?-. v?4 ?
V h \(S *i ^'lV'.Vv>.s\vv-?,5l' V 1 BUY
,\.come\ wrrnitf the ring
and enjoy the advantage oirered by
me, which can't be beat Ivy any House
in town. Your cheapest man to buy
from ^ -L
A. Ba WALKE&.
' tiS !>V 0 ' A.
i.'#'oid.i 1 ?
AVOHO .A\OiIO AVOHO
?a Fh IT'
St. Matthews & 0.
DEALER IN DRY GOODi,
^^->v. Ii ATS CAPS &c.
I buy my goods from firSfc-Jiauds and)
sell them at Charleston prices
Highest CASH price paid for cotton
and country produce.
?o?-, . v
Full nnd General Stock always on h-iud.
Near the DEPOT. oct. 4 8?io
D. W. MUSTARD,
late of lewt3vlle, s. c.
Dealer in Country Produce,
G7? KING STREET,
FOWLS, grown, per doz....2.50a0.00
Medium per doz.O.OOaO.OO
Chickens, per doz.1.75a2 00
Ducks (Eng'u) per doz...3.00a l.Otf
Ducks (MVy) per doz...?.00a0.0
Geese per doz.G.OOaOOO
Turkeys per doz.8.00al2.00
EGGS, per doz......ilSaOO
PEANUTS, per bushel.lOOaO.OO
PEAS, clay, per bushel.70a
" Mixed li .55u65
RICE, (Rough) per busheh.l.OOal.J?
HIDES, Flint, per lb.10 a
?? Dry Salted, ".8a
SKINS, Otter, apiece.1.00a2.2u
?* Coon, " .5a 10
" Fox, 14 .10a25
" Deer, per lb.15a
" Goat, *? ....,8a
BEESWAX, per lb.a22
Highest market prices omalned for all
goods consigned to nie. Returns made
promptly. Consignments solicited. lv
White, Amber and Fultz.
I. ? seedTats,
BUST PROOF. WUPl'JS AND (j&A?K.
Grass-Seed! Clover Seod.
RUST PROOF SKKri
Warranted Rust Prool'
or Monov RcIUncled- ,
?FOR SALE BY?
L?RICK & LOWRAKOE,
Oct. 4 3mo COLUMBIA S..O.
w \ week in your own town. 8"?
koiu lit tree. No risk. Reader
?if yoii want a business nt
which person.** of either sex
onn make great pay tdi thu lime (My
1 work, write particulars to II. Hai.i.ktt
LU TU ER AN SCHOOL HOUSE.
T ,n tT^lSqseelt and. French*
Ii USIXEStfttw^SE^ m~
All necessary mercantile am! mathe
matical training for boy^.
Oct 1, 1878. \ tf
IN PLANTATION GOOD&,
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES^
St. Matthews S. 0.
We respectfully call the attention of
the farmers to our g cneral stock*
of GOODS and solicit a call whijucvw
they visit St. Matthews, A full and
fresh stock constantly in store. .
Oct 4 ttno
J, H. Schachte, Agent.
Pree Wagon Yard.
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
HIGHEST MARKEST PRICES
PAIL) FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS.
ALL GOODS SOLD AT LOWEST PRI
CES FOR CASH.
PITTIIANS o <I STAND
Russell street, Oran^cburg, S. C.
duly 19 2G
O. V. KI.KMINU. JAS. M. WILSON.
A. ei gast, 1878.
We. are now opening, direct from
the Manufacturers, a large and new
slock of Loots, Shoes, ami Trunks,
F';Ii FALL TIUID.E.
?Orders tiolic.ilrd aVld promptly Gli
ed. . All goods with our brand war
D.TEV FLEMING & CO.
WHO].KSJU.lt DKAI.SR8 IN
No 2 Hayna street, Cor. of Church
street, Charleston, S. C. acp 27 3
T B. DUVAL& SON.
*J ? !K17 King street, Charleston. S. CM
Manufacturers of Tinware. Ac. Dealer*
In Stoves, Ilnusi'-kccpimr gnnd.*. &o.,
Proprietors Ol Duyal'a linker and Ihnen
Combination Conker*. AueuU tor Union
Kerosene Stove?. ?J imv <*