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The Ora?geburg democrat
A. Fopor for tho People*
Methodist.?Rev. 0. A. Darby, Pss*
tor. Services every Sunday morning nt
half-past 10 o'clock and nt night at hall
past 7 o'clock. ' Prayer Meeting every
Wednesday eveniug at half-past 7 o'clock.
Sabbath School every Sunday morning
at 0 o'clock. Children's meeting every
Presbyterian.?Rev. J. A. D. Brown,
Pastor. Services every Suuday morning
at half-past 10 o'clock, and in tho after
noon at half-past 4 o'clock. Prayer meet
ing evety Thursday afternoon at half
past 4 o*clock. Sabbath ?chool every
Sunday morning at half-past 8 o'clock.
Baptist.?Rev. T. W. MelUclfaropj
Pastor. Services every third and fourth
Suuday morning at half-past 10 o'clock
and at night half-past 8 o'clock Sab
bath School every Sunday morning at
half?past 8 o'clock. SltHdy School Mis*
slonary Meeting every fourth Sunday.
l?thekan.?Rev. J. F. Kiser, Pastor.
8ervJcce every Sunday mornhiK "t I.?lf
past 10 o'clock and nt night nt half-past
7 o'clock. Sabbath School every Sunday
morning at half-past 8 o'clock.
Episcopal.?Rev. l. Guerry, Pastor.
Services third Sunday in each month.
Morning half-past 10 o'clock \ afternoon
half-past 4 o'clock.
Y. M. C. A.?Rooms on Russelbstrect.
Open every evening during the week.
Prayer meeting every Thursday evening
at half-past 7 and Sunday afternoons ut
0 o'clock. Business meetings fourth
Thursday iu each mouth.
Orangeduug, S. O, Jan. 24, 1870.
Mr. James L. Sims is authorized
to receive and receipt for all moneys
due the Edisto Clarion for advertis
ing and subscription, and he will fill
out all subscriptions to the Clarion
for which we have received pay.
T. C. Andrews & Son.
Subscriders to our paper who get
it through the postofilce here are re
' quested to ask for Tun Democrat in
calling for their mail, and then they
will be sure to get it.
Mr. A. Webster has been re-ap
pointed Postmaster at this place.
We are under obligations to Sena
tor M. C. Butler for valuable public
documents sent us.
The Court, which had been engag
ed since our last issue in disposing of
civil business, adjourned for this
term on Wednesday night.
The annual meeting of the Orange
burg Agricultural and Mechanical
Association will be held on February
.8th. See notice in another column.
Mr. Joseph Eros is driving the
original Vienna Bakery to a complete
success. He is devising plans and
perfecting schemes which will add
-^greatly to the' convenience atid com-'
fort of our citizens.
The Columbia Register desires to
obtain a correspondent at Orange
burg who will send it occasional let
ters of local and general interest.
The Daily Register will be sent free
in exchange for such service.
Two hundred and scvent3'-six thou
sand dollars will be paid to the fami
lies of deceased Knights of Honor in
Tennessee. This is a splendid order
and we would like very much to see
a lodge of them organized in our
Wit invite .the attention of our
readers to the proceedings of the
Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows recently
held at Chester, S. C, on the outside
Of this issue ; also to an Esaay, by
Dr. J. W. Summers, on'the Pea as a
-?? * .
Fine red*horse are being caught in
the Edisto already, which promises a
good and profitable season to the
fishermen of our county. In a few
days more shad will begin to run and
then those who have silver hooks will
Mr. Wm. Whaiey, son of Maj. T.
B. Whaiey, of our town, died on
Friday last, of consumption. Mr.
.Whaiey was a young man, just enter
ing npon the prime of life with many
years of promise before him. He was
buried in the Episcopal Churchyard.
Gentlemen who would be consider
ed cm fait in matters of dress, will not
roll up their pants at tho heel, as for
merly, but all . around. The roll
should not extend above the hem, ex
cept in severe cases of mud, when
two rolls the width of a hem is ad
Will the friends of The Democrat
in the different sections of the county
send us items of local interest for
publication, We aim to make this
the people's paper, and your in'ercst
in this particular will greatly aid us
and contribute no little share to the
success of the enterprise.
We were pleased to meet Messrs.
John 8. Bowman and Ira T. Shuma
ker, two of our worthy Representa
tives, during the second week of
court. Both of these gentlemen are
I looking well after their long and ted
I ious legislative labors, and entertain
1 encouraging bogies, of, pur political
Tue epidemic catarrh, Influenza;
seems to provnil pretty generally in
our town and county. Scarcely a
section of either has been without a
case. 1 bis diocaso seems to bo peri
odical in its visitations, and no one
enjoys immunity from it. The best
we can do is to be prudent and care
ful until the season is passed.
Little boys should not be allowed
to go about the cars, much less at
tempt to board them whilo in motion.
Very serious accidents have and may
still happen from the want of strict
regulations in such matters. The
officers about the depot and tho po
liceman on duty thoro would do well
to keep a close look-out for careless
The Maine Reporter, No. 1, vol
ume 1, opens with the following an
nouncement : "Take notice that on
the 27th of August last, one of the
most ungodly and, wo might say, the
most heaven-daring and hell-deserv
ing outrages took place in Augusta,
Me., that ever was known this side of
Calvary." On that day Mr. Smith,
the editor, was bound over on the
charge of stealing a watch.
Wagon loads of phosphates and
other commercial manures are being
hauled from the depot to the ware
rooms of our merchants. A judici
ous use of these fertilizers is econo
my, but a wild risking of money to be
paid in November is folly. A good
supply of home made manutcs and
free sowing of the cow pea will se
cure our farmers, fine crops and save,
hundreds of dollars. .
Mr. Julius Glover, of our town,
has been appointed a Trial Justice
by Gov. Simpson. This appointment
gives general satisfaction, because
the character of Mr. Glover, his legal
ability and his known sympathy with
the condition of our people, and with
the best interest of tho county, is the
best guarantee possible that he will
discharge the duties of so important
an office with fairness and justice.
In satisfying the desires of the
heart and the craving of the body,
one very naturally looks around to
the place where these objects may be
accomplished to the fullest extent at
the least cost of trouble and money.
We know of no store better appointed
for these purposes than that of our
enterprising young townsman, Mr. F
W. Bull. Let the reader remember
tha _plocc,JJio _ man-and -give him a
Our readers need scarcely be re
minded that Mr. James Van Tassel
still holds forth at Muller's old stand
where they have been accustomed to
obtain their grocicries, liquors, to
baccos and fresh lager, at such rea
sonable rates: or of his Restaurant
where fresh oysters and every article
of good eating is furuished on the
shortest notice ; or that he buys coun
try produce at the higtest prices.
Call and enjoy his luxuries.
Tue recent, sudden change, from
severe to moderate weather, has
made colds pretty general in town
and in most cases fever accompany
ing. Should our readers need medi
cines let them look iu tho Democrat
and learn where tho most reliable
article may be bought; should they
need blankets or thick clothing, our
advertising columns will imform
them where to go and from whom to
Charleston Evening Journal.?
We are in receipt of the first numbers
of the Charleston Evening Journal,
a Democratic paper recently started
in Charleston. We seo no reason
why such an enterprise should not
succeed with tho propor effort on the
part of its proprietors. It is a neat
little sheet of fivo columns to the
page, and has the appearance of life
about it. Our best wishes attend the
The favorable weather seems to
remind our gardeners of seed time
and vegetables. Grounds are being
broken up and otherwise prepar
ed for sowing, but the hopes
indulged now will not be realized
unless good and reliable seed be
procured. Examine the columns of
the Democrat and go where you will
get tho best and freshest seed, that
your faith may not be in vain or your
One of the oldest and best establish
ed Drug Store in Ornngeburg is that
of Dr. A. C. Dukes. The purest
drugs, the best chemicals and tested
medicines are kept here at the lowest
cash prices. Toilet and fancy arti
cles, with every variety and grade of
tobaccos and cigars, oils, paints, and
indeed every conceivable article to
bo found in a well appointed first
class drug store may bo found here
in the utmost profusion. Our read
era kuow Dr. Dukes and will not for
get to oupply their wants from him.
Wo had tho pleasure of meeting, on |
several occasions during the present
session of Court) Capt. F. M. Wanna
makerj of Lewisville, who is so justly
entitled to tho consideration of our
ci'izens for tho important services
rendered the party in last and previ
ous political campaigns. Captain
Wannamaker addresses himself to
the work of his life with his usual
vigor with scarcely any percoptable
wear. We wish him every success.
,We invite the attention of farmers
and: others in need of horses and
niules to the advertisement of Mr. B.
Frank Slater iu this issue. Their
is no economy in huyirg old broken
down mules even at 40 cento a piece,
but there is both economy nnd prac
tical good sense in getting a good
serviceable animal from a reliable
dealer, and such is tho character of
this lot and such is the character of
Mr. Slater. Call and examine his
An exchange says: "It is pre
dicted that the world will come to an
end sometime next month, and if
some of our delinquent subscribers
don't hurry up and pay what they
owe us they are going to be caught
in a bad fix. But it won't be our
fault, and we won't have to answer
for the sins of any body but ourself.
Look out I delinquent subscribers
won't stand much of a chance, nnd
the eye of that needle is going to
close down on you before you are
half through." We think tho delin
quent subscribers of that paper ought
to pay up at once, and get a receipt,
as the editor is certainly very much
interested in their welfare.
The following persons have checks
in the County Commissioners' office,
which will be paid asso'm as present
ed to the County Treasurer: Henry
Duncan, Samuel Byrd, News & Cou
rier, Geo. H. Clark, J. M. Cope, J.
M. Crosawell, David Ellison, J. D.
D. Fairey, A. F. Edwards, Solomon
Felder, F. W. Gleaton, Amos Glea
ton, D. T. Gorvin, Girardeau & Co.,
D. D. Jones, W. E. McMichael, L.
E. Myers, Randy Jenkins, Wni. Paul
Un, Esau Pauliin, B. F. Pou, W. M.
Stoudenmire, H. E. Young, C. R. Tu
ber. Jas. L. Rush, T. K. Keller, Jo
seph Cannon, J. C. Binnaker, T. J.
Pou, Peter Samuel, G. J. Odom, J.
A. J. Hildebrand, S. D. Gwin, Gabe
Harp, E. L. Arthur, Friday Kinson,
Gabe Thomas, J. A. M. Hayler, D. J.
Zeigler, E. T. R. Smoke, H. W. Kcn
ncrly, P. Doyle, Assignee.
A Meeting of the Edisto Rifles
was held on Tuesday evening last,
Lieut. G. W. B run so n presiding, for
the purpose of discussing the pro
priety of and perfecting measures for
a Fair in aid of the command to be
gin on the 11 lb of March next. We
are pleased to see seme definite plan
adopted, and trust that the scheme
will meet with the best encourage
ment of our citizens. The Edisto
Eitles is the oldest military organiza
tion in tho county?it is a part of
our town and much of the pride and
honor of our people is insepcrably
connctced with this command. Its
complete equipment, therefore, in
every department is a personal con
cern of every one who wishes to keep
the honored past linked with tho liv
ing present. Let our people, then,
lend a helping hand in this their hour
Orangeduiig, S. C, Jan. 14,1879.
Editors Orangeburg Democrat:
I am much pleased with your pa
pur, and trust it will continue to im
prove in every particular. In our
section the farmers are slow getting
to work, owing to the severe inclem
ency of the weather and the tardiness
in settling down of labor. I am sor
ly to see your correspondent "Farm
er" intends to plant cotton?"side
crops"?"both right and left." I
think our Society is on the straight
line and he has gotten on the turnout;
how strange it is with farmers, they
will sharpen knives to cut their own
throats?it is true wo are in debt, but
by perseverance and industry it is to
bo hoped they will soon rcalizo that
"a diversified industry is a nation's
prosperity." It is not claimed that
either tho Society or the Association
have tho best talent as to agriculture
in the country, but it is so that both
certainly have some of the most intel
ligent, practical and "practice-whs'
they-preach" farmers in the State
and some of us know it if "Farmer"
does not. If he will attend our meet
ings he will reap much benefit from
I learned that a small colored child
on Capt. John L. Moorcr's place was
so badly burned last week that it
died from the effects a day or so af
terwards?also that Mr. L. R. Beck
with was painfully injured by n run
away and kicking horse on last Fri
day as to be confined to bis bed for
several dnyo, but by prompt medical
attention is improving rapidly.
J, H. Schachte, Agent.
Free Wagon Yard.
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
HIGHEST MARKEST PRICES
PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS.
ALL GOODS SOLD AT LOWEST PRI
CES FOR CASH.
PITTHANS o <1 STAND
Russell street, Ornngeburg, S. C.
July 19 20
D. T, FLEMING. JAS. Bf. WILSON.
We ore now opening, direct from
the Manufacturers, a large and new
stock of Boots, Shoes, and Trunks,
FOB FALL TRADE.
Orders solicited and promptly fill
ed. All goods with our brand war
d. F. FLEmFnG & 00.
wholesale dealers in
No 2 Hayne street, Cor. of Church
street, Charleston, S. C. sep 27-3
TB. DUVAL & SON,
? 337 King street, Charleston, S. C,
Manufacturers of Tinware. &c. Dealers
in Stoves, House-keeping goads. Ac.,
Proprietors ol Duval's Baker and Hines
Combination Cookers. Agents for Union
Kerosene Stoves. 52 HOY 0
A very desirable house and lot, on
J\ Rail Road Avenue near the depot;
for further particulars apply to,
Sep. 25 3t MRS. E C "EGARK.
Brick ! !
MRS. M. B. TREADWELL would
respectfully annou-.ee to the citi
zens of Ornngeburg County, and the pub
lie generally, that she has opened a
BRICK YARD, where can be purchased
first class brick nt lower rates than from
HAMBURB or AUGUSTA. Apply to
MRS. M. R. TREADWELL,
At the Urick Yard.
Or to A. FISCH lilt, at his store
Aug 30 ly
THE ofilce of School Commissioner Tor
Orangeburg County will be open un
til further notice for the transaction of!
business on every Friday nhd'J5aturday
of each week. Ofilce hours from 9 a. m
to 3 p. m. D. L. CONNOR,
Dec20-tf School Commissioner.
W. P. CAW
St Matthews S. 0.
DEALER IN DRY GOODS,
BOOTS & SHOES, .
HATS CAPS &c.
I buy ni)- goods from.Qrst bauds and
sell them at Charleston prices
itiglfestJCASn price paid for 2cotton
and country produce.
Full and General Stock always on hand.
w. p. cain.
Near the DEPOT. Oet 4*mo
IN PLANTATION GOODS,
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
St. Matthews S. 0.
We respect fully call the attention of
the farmers to our geueral stock
of GOODS and solicit a call whene--r
they visit St. Matthews, A full and
fresh stock constantly in score.
Oct 4 3mo
White, Amber and Fultz.
RUST PROOF, WHITE AND r ?.
Grass Seed. Clover Sesd.
RUST PROOF SEED
Warranted Rust Proof
or Monev Refunded
?FOR SALE BY?
L?RICK & L0WBANOE,
Oct. 4 3? comjm bia S. G,
B* CALLING AT
There hnn recently been n terrible crash
in the prices of all styles of
CARPETS, and nb kinds'of
WOOLEN GOODS, &c, &c.
The Indies of Orangcburg should nr t
fall to improve the present golden oppo. -
tunity to purchase their
TIES, BOWS, RUCIIINGS,
LACE GOODS, COLLARS,
KID GLOVES and NOTIONS
Of every Description.
Prices of these Goods will be found
from 25 to 50 per cent lower than ever
seen or ottered elsewhere.
It is my constant aim to make my EM
PORIUM the great rallying point for
cash buyers, and the most attract Ivo bu
siness place on Russell-street, where
persons of economical habits can always
And the best qualities of GOODS Rt prices
as sold in New York city.
LADIES' UNDERWEAR, CORSETS
and SKIRTS a specialty.
My 6tock of
CLOTHING, GENTS' SHIRTS,
HATS, CAPS, &C?
is simply Immense both in quality and
variety of styles at prices that defy com
Agent for Madame DEMOREST PAT
TERNS, whoso winter patterns are beau
tiful aud just received. Call for cata
logues of winter styles.
The Domestic Sewing Ma
chine, so perfect It never falls to
please; so strong it never wears out; so
cheap that everybody buys It, always on
sale at the EMPORIUM.
Remember that T. KOHN'S DRY
GOOD'S EMPORIUM Is the place
where polite treatment honorable de il
ing and low prices for good GOODS can
always be found, Remember we have
no Branch Store In Ornngcburg but
come direct to
THEODORE KOH N".
JAMES VAIN" OCAJSQJSIL,
Fur your Family Supplies in the M ay o
FINE LIQUORS, TOBACCO
FRESH LAGER always on draught.
Where you can get Fresh Oysters or
anything else In the Eating Line
served up on shortest notice
GOOD FAT POULTRY and FRESH
EGGS always on hand.
Country Produce bought at the highest
JAMES VAN TASSEL, Agt.,
At Midler's Old Stand.
EDDING GIFTS AT ALLAN'S.
American and Swiss,
Of New and Elegant Designs, and Ex
DIAMONDS, PEARLS, CAMEOS,
As well as less costly sets, In great vurPv
STERLING SILVER WARE,
lu Fresh and Beautiful Patterns, espe
cially adapted for Wedding Presents.
SILVER PLATED WARE
Tea Sets, Walters, Ice Pitchers, Buttet
Dishes, Cups, Goblets, Ac.
CHOICE FANCY GOODS,
French Clocks, Bronzes, Fine Table Cut
lery, Opera Glasses, Fine Glassware.
The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices
3m 307 Kino Stbeet.
J. A. BARDIN & BRO.
on SANTEE, NEAR VANCE3 FERRY
FERS for sale a full and complete
stock of Groceries, Hardware, Ready
Made Clothing. Boots and Shoes, Hats,
Capo, and Trunks, and a Hue line of Dry
Good'' of ail descriptions for Ladies' use
am* * .-ar ?also?
A full ?w r "it Foreign and Domestic
Wines and I rff, Segars ar ,v,khcco,
&c, &c. t* sept, o, *o
CAL^ MWn CALL,
At the People's Bakery*
ESTABLISHED IN 1871,
BY THE PRESENT PROPRIETOR
Who Is still ready and willing to
BREAD, ROLLS, PIES
C .A. K E S.
of all descriptions.
by the barrel or box.
BREAD FOR CAMP-MEETINGS,
Any other meetings at short notice.
JUST RECEIVED FRESn CONFEC
TIONARYS. FANCY GOODS AND
NOTIONS, which will be sold as low as
any that can be bought in Oraugeburg.
Thankful for the past patronage of my
friends and the public I still solicit a con
tinuance of their custom.
T. W. AIiBRGOTI,
Next door to Mr. J- P. Hurley.
Orangeburg. Sept IS, 1878 ly
D. W. iMUSTARD,
LATE OT LEWfSVLLE, 8. O.
Dealer in Country Produce,
670 KING STREET,
FOWLS, grown, per doz....2.50a0.00
Medium per doz.O.OOaO.OO
Chickens, per dos.1.76a2 00
Ducks (Eng'u) per dos...8.00a4.09
Ducks (MVy) per doz...fi.00a0.0
Geese per doz.G.OOaOOO
Turkeys per doz..6.00al2.00
EGGS, per doz.18aO0
PEANUTS, per bmdiel.lOOaO.OO
PEAS, clay, per bushel.70a
" Mixed ?? .65a66
RICE, (Rough) per bashel..l.00al.25
HIDES, Flint, per lb.10a
?? Dry Salted,??.8a
SKINS, Otter, apiece.1.00a2.25
?? Coon, ?? .6al0
" Fox, ?* .10a25
" Deer, \m Ib..,/.....A&a
- Goat, ?? .,.8a
BEESWAX, per lb.,....,....,.a22l
Highest market prices obtained for all
goods consigned to me. Returns made
promptly. Consignments solicited, ly
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S?trtn C?R?LJN^; K?ftV ?OAtf.
CitAitiiKSKOir. 8.Cv Deo.13-, 1878.
On rmd* alter SurtdUy next. the 15th lu
st ant, the PaseengeV 'i'rafae ob- this fo:u3
\ViH run as follow^:'
(Sunday morning excepted.)
Lerfve Charleston at.6 45 a m
Leave Charleston at.7 3?' p itt
Arrive at Augusta at.1 30 p ni
Arlrve at Angffsla at.6 20* a nt
(Smtdtt? morning excepted.)
Leave Charleston at..6 45 A nt
Leave Charleston at.8 30 p ni
Arrite'at Columbia at.........1 15 p nt
Arrive at Columbm at/.utu/t 25? * Erf
FOR CH A RLB3TON.
(Sunday morning excepted.)
Leave Augusta at.3 3jff p til
Leave Augusta at.7 45 p m
Arrive at Charleston at..10 10 p m
Arrive at Charleston at.9 30 n ni
Leave Columbia at.8 50 p in
Leave Columbia at.8 00 p m
Arrive at Charleston at..10 10 p m
Arrive at Charleston at.5 30 a tu
ACCOMMODATION PA83ENGKR TRAfflL
(Dally, except Snndnys.?
Leave Charleston?...???.///.7 10 a nt
Arrive at Augusta.8 15 p ia
Arrive at Columbia.7 00 p m
Leave Augusta...5 15 a lit
Leave ColumCmV.6 20 a in
Arrive at Charleston.7 00 p m
These trains from Charleston. Colum
bia aud Augusta connects at BrauchvIUe?
CAM DEN TU A IK.
Leave Camden at.1 00 p m
Arrive At Klngvflle at.4 00 p in
Leave King ville At <r/w//.*/?w..-..-.5 10 p n?
Arrive at Camden ut.00 p in
? This train eontteCTs at ifcfngrilTe frith
the Up Accommodation Train for Colum
bia and Down Columbia Passenger Train
Greenville and Columbia Railroad con
nects with Nigbt Trains from and to
Spnrtanburg and Union Raihoad con
nects dally at Alston/
Laurena RallrOftd connects st Newber
ry on Tuesdays. Thursday, Saturdays.
Bine Rtdfge Rafffoad connects at An
derson on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Snt
nrdays gomg up, and on Mondays, Wed
nesdays and Fridays coming down.
Charlotte, Colombia* and Augusta Rail
Road connecter at crossing near Coifim
bla witli the Columbia Day Passenger
Train up aud down.
S. 8. SOLOMONS,
Gen? ral Superintendent.
S. B. PICKENS. Gen. Pass. Agent.
? -?*? ?'* -? ? --? ? - i 11 i i i i
S. E. MARSHALL & 00,
CHARLESTON, 8, C.
OFFER A COMPLETE LINE OF
t?N wakk, Nails,
Wood vr are, rope.
SADDLERY, CU ITLERY,
GUNS, *e. Also, Agricultural Steels,
as follows * Straight and Turn Hhovel*?
Scooters, B ill Tongues, and Sweeps of
all kinds, suitable for the wholesale and
Merchant* would do well to call
and examine our stock before pur"
Charleston, Sept. 37,1874, 3mo