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The ?rangeb?rg ^ Democrat.
A. I?tii>or for tlio Pooplo,
Methodist.?Rev. O. A. Darby, Ftf8
tor. Services every Sunday morning at
half-past 10 o'clock and at night at half
past "7 o'clock. Prayer Meeting 4 every
Wednesday evenlug at half-past 7 o clock.
Sabbath School every Sunday morning
at 0 o'clock. Children's meeting every
third Suuduy. .
Presbyterian.?Rev. J. A. D. Brown,
Pastor. Services every Stmday morning I
at half-past 10 o'clock, and In tbo after
no?n at half-past4 o'clock. Prayer meet
ing oveiy Thursday afternoon at balf-l
past 4 o'clock. Sabbath School every I
Sunday morning at hnlf-pnst 8,,o'clock.
BAPTiaT.-^ReV. T. W. cMelHchamp,
Pastor. Services every third and fourth
Sunday morning at half-past 10 o'clock
and nt night half-past 8 o'clock Sali
batli School every Sunday morning: at
half-past 8 o'clock. SuNdy School Mis
sionary fleeting every fourth Sunday.
Lutueran.?Rev. J. F. Riser, Pastor.
Services every Sunday morning at half- [
?ast 10 o'clock and at night at half-past j
o'clock. Sabbath ?chool every "Sunday
morning at half-past 8 o'clock.
Episcopal.?Rev, L. Guerry, Pastor.
Ser'vlcca third Sunday In each month.
Morning half-paat 10 o'clock; afternoon
half-past 4 o'clock.
Y. M. C. A.?Rooms on Rus6ell-8treet.
Open every evening during the week.
Prayer meeting every Thursday evening I
at half-past 7 and Sunday afternoons at
0 o'clock. Business meetings fourth
Thursday hi each month.
Orangkburg, S. C. Fed. 14,1870.
Mr. JarnesvL. Sims ig authorized
to receive and xeceipt for nil moneys
due the Ed is to (SJlarion for advertis
ing and subscription, and he will fill
out all subscriptions^) the Clarion
for which we have received pay.
T,. C. Andrews & Son.
Subscribers to our pUper who get
It through the postoftlce J here are re
quested to ask for The IDemocrat in
calling for their mail, afc"V then they
will be euro to get it. f* 1 1 f '' *
Ginger /vie Soda VvzrtcYVrfiTtfSVJei
lent tonic and winter beverage will
be kept constantly on hand during)
the winter by Dr J. G. Wanna maker.
Congress water on draught and in
bottles always on hand. c
Who sent you that Valentine P
??; ?> ?' i. -1
In a few weeks croquet clubs will
be reorganizing for the summer cam
If the characters of all young men
stood as high as their shirt collar, the
country would present a better aspect
than it does.
Messrs. D. E. Smoak & Co. ere
offering great inducements to pur-j
chasers. See their advertisement.
To-day is St. Valentine's day, and
our young people will examine the
columns of the Democrat to know
where they may buy the best Valen
TnE residence of Mr. Julius Glover
on Kussel street is quite an addition
to that locality and when completed
will reflect credit on the builder, Mr.
A successful enterprise on Kussel
street?the pea-nut man driving his
parching engine and doing a lively
business among Courthouse hucksters
and pinder eaters.
The proprietors of the Charleston
News and Courier oder 8100 in gold
for the best serial story, written by a
resident of South Carolina, illustra
tive of Southern life, before, during
or since the war.
Mr. Joseph Eros, of the Original
Vienna Bakery, is moving his stock
in the store recently occupied by Mr.
F. Briggman. An increase of busi
ncss makes this move necessary and
we congratulate Mr. Eroe upon his |
choice of location.
The remains of Mr; Fred Culler,
who died in Charleston on Monday
last, were brought to this place on
Tuesday and conveyed to the family
burying grounds on Limestone. Mr.
Culler was a worthy citizen and his
death is universally regretted. Heart |
disease is said to have been the pre
vailing cause. .
To-morrow the Orangeburg Agri
cultural Society will hold its meeting
in the School room of Mr. Sheridan,
at the Fair Building. A full attend
ance is expected and some important
topics are to be discussed. We would
urge our farmers to interest them
selves more in these meetings, they
are Informed that the bridges
in the rivor swamp, which have been
undergoing repairs, are now complet
ed and uninterrupted travel has been
resumed to and from town. We con
gvalidate our citizens upon this event
and trust the work may prove satis
factory and lasting. Dr. Jones, the
Contractor, did his best in the way of!
lumber and work, and no doubt put
op a good jobi All we need now is a
good cauoeway?let the county com
missioners attend to this matter as
noon as tbey feel themselves warrant
ed in undertaking the work. '
"W* are glad toJ tcport~-that- tho1
condition of Mr. John W. Faire'y is
improving and his friends indulge
reasonable hopes of his final recovery.
It is Said he has passed tbe crisis, but
Is hot oUt Of danger". We trust the
kind attention of friends and the
skillful treatment of his physician
may ho blessed with tlio best results.
Mr. B. Frank Slater gives notice
in this issue of our paper that lie has
just received a number of fine mules
and will receive next week a fine lot
of horses. If you aro in need of
either a horse Or mule give him a call
as he is sure to please you, both as
to the animal and price. See his ad
vertisement in another column.
To O?'r Friend's.?If every render
of the Democrat would ask his neigh*
bor Who is a not subscriber to give ?3
his name, a great obligation would be.
confered upon usi Our subscribers
too would be benelilted? for the larger
our list the more able will wc be to im
prove the Democrat. Try it, friends,
the trouble will be trilling, the bene
TriE delectable K. W. M. Mackey
is indicted for libel and the grand
jury of Charleston county returned nj
true bill on Tuesday last on the in
dictment. Many such indictments
might be entered, and justly too, in
every county where unscrupulous!
carpet-baggers have been venting!
their spleen upon the Democracy gen
erally. The Orangcburg docket
ought to bo full of them.
Our fishermen are beginning to'
make the Edisto banks lively, and red
horse are becoming Common in town
As a preparation for the shad season
^W^TCts^aY^iein^srepaired and new
ones made with thecxpectation of
early and successful use. It is to be
hoped that fishermen will remember
the hard times and reduce their prices
accordingly?no combination, gen
The fine two-story dwelling, being
erected for Mr. W. B. Izlar near
Rowcsvillo by Mr. Phillip Gerlach,
is approaching completion. No bet
ter sign of progress than this is want
ed to show the prosperity of our peo
ple. Let neat dwellings be erected
all over the county and prosperity
with contentment will follow. A
man works with more zeal for a com
fortable home than a hut.
Our farmers are making commend
able progress all over the county in
their preparations for the new crop.
Many of them are prepared lor corn
planting, and are only waiting favor-1
able weather to begin. This crop
will be largely increased which is no
doubt due to the low price of cotton
and a settled determination to make
a new departure on the road to suc
Governor Hampton is preparing
for his trip to the low country, and
the private car of Superintendent
Peck is placed at his disposal. We
wish the Governor a pleasant visit to
his friends, but join other portions of
our State in words of caution as to
such an early venture on the pnrt of
our beloved Hampton. Wo trust no
harm will come of it but rather an
improvement in the health and
strength of the Governor.
One ofthebest appointed stores
in our favored town is that of Dr. J.
G. Wannaraaker, on Bussel street.
Drugs, toilet and fancy articles,
usually kept In this line of merchan
dise, may be found here in the utmost |
profusion, neatly and artistically
arranged so as beautifully to com
bine the useful with tfco ornamen
tal. Our readers in need of purej
drugs and other articles in this de
partment of business cannot do better
than to call in, at Dr. Wannamakcr's.
Judge Hudson, nt Charleston, rules
that a party appealing from the judg
ment of a trial justice upou a criminal
matter is not entitled to a trial de!
novo in the Circuit Court, but the ap
peal must be made in writing and
submitted to the Circuit Judge with
the evidence. Upon tkis the Junge
hears argument and sustains or re
verses the judgment of the court bc-j
low. This ruling will disturb the
practice in these small courts slightly
wo should think.
NoTica.-"The ladies and gehttomen
of Orangeburg who are willing to as?
eist the Elliott Hook and Ladder
Company in their efforts to got up an
entertainment Lo raise money to meet
a debt contracted for tho equipment
of the Company, are respectfully re
quested to meet the committee ap
pointed for that purposcj at Bolivor's
Hall, 19th inst., at 4 o'clock.
M. I. Browing,
A. Mi Walker, v :j
I W< L. Iblar, V Commit
W. F. Robinson, C tee.
S. A. Reeves.
S. R. Mellicuamt. j
! '? T?b Dime Reading Postponed.?
Id consequence of the bad Jweather the
Dime Reading did not take place as
advertised, and is postponed until
Tuesday Evening, February 18ih.
We understand that n large 1.umber
of tickets have been disposed of, ho
that n full audienco is already assured
The Court of General Sessions for
Aikcn county, Judge J. B. Kershaw,
presiding, convened on Monday last
a week. The Judge gave a calm and
lucid charge to the jury which impress
ed erfch member with a just impres
sion of the duties before him. Quite
a novel and at the same time interest
ing (pies'ion arose on last Monday
which the Judge has taken under con
sideration and will decide before the
Court adjourns. Is the the fuilure to
pay the poll tax a misdemeanor and
punishable by fine or imprisonment,
constitutional? If this question be
decided in the affirmative, thousnuds
of our citizens, befog delinquents^
will be made to suffer or pay up ) and
if it be unconstitutional, the free
schools will be bwlly crippled in their
operations, because thousands of men
in the State have failed to pay their
poll lax. We are in a dilcmna in
either case and will await anxiously
Judge Kcrshaw's decision.
By the request of many of tho pat
rons of my school I have associated
with me Miss E. J. Mackay, as as
sistant teacher, who will take charge
of the female department and small
boys. Miss Mackay is favorably
known to this community as an ex
perienced and successful teacher, and
we hope by renewed zeal and unre
mitting cflbrt8 to increase tho large
patrt>nrfg\f* airiSwijL 4?njLaya(l lyt ftYtT]1
school and thus to make it, not only
a complete success, but a permnnent
institution of Orangeburg.
Girls will be received in the school,
ami, being under the control of the
assistant, will be kept entirely sepa
rate from the boys. This rule will be
I avail myself of this opportunity
of thanking the public for the large
patronage heretofore enjoyed and
hope, by a close attention to tho wel
fare of my pupils, to merit an increase
of public confidence.
Hugo G. Sheridan.
Speoail Notice. -
Any person who will get us up a
Club of Ten Cash Subscribers at 1.60
per annum will receive Tue Demo
ckat one year free. Go to work at
once, and secure your Club. We
know you can do it if you but half try.
Send to this oftlcc for specimen co
pies, which wili be furnished on ap
Corrected Weekly by J. C. Pike,
Middling. @8 3-4
Low Middling. (a}S 1-4
Ordinary to Goud.7 1-2@S
Rice, rough.$1 05
^Dissolution ol" Co-part
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Partnership between JOHN C.
PIKE and JOAB W. MOSE LEY was
dissolved on the First Day of January,
A. D. 1870, by mutual consent. All
debts due to the said Purtnernshlp are to
be paid to, and those due from the samo.
discharged by JOHN G. PIKE, who will
continue the business at the old stand
under his own name.
J. C. PIKE.
J. W. MOSELEY.
Orangeburg, S. C., Dec. 2, 1879.
pi week in your own to\vn. 85
kontllt free. No risk. Reader
lif you want a business at
which persons of either sex
can make great pay all tho time they
work, write particulars to IL Hai.lett
BTDUVAL & SON,
? 337 King street. Charleston. S. C.,
Manufacturers of Tinware. &c. Dealers
in Stoves. House-keeping goads, &c,
Proprietors o! Duval's Baker and Hines
Combination Cookers. Agents for Union
Kerosene Stoves. 52 nov 0
A very desirable bouse and lot, on
J\ RaU Road Avenue near the depot;
for further particulars apply to,
Sep.25 3t MRS. E.O "EGARE.
i). r. FLEMING. jas. m. wilson.
We are now opening, direct from
the Manufacturers, a largo and new
stock of Boots, Shoes, and Trunks,
I FOR FALL TRADE.
Orders solicited and promptly fill
ed. All goods with our brand war
d. F. FLEmFnG & 00.
wholesale dealers in
No 2 Hayno street, Con of Church
street, Charleston, S. d scp 27 3
J, EL Sch?chte, Agent.
Free Wagon Yard.
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
HIGHEST MARKEST PRICES
PAID F?R COUNTRY PRODUCE
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS.
ALL GOODS SOLD AT LOWEST PRI
CES FOR CASH.
PITTIIAN8 o d STAND
Russell street, Orangeburg, S. C.
July 10 20
IBrick ! I
MRS. M. R. TREADWELL would
respectfully announce to the citi
zens of Orangeburg County, and the pub
He generally, that she lias opefled a
BRICK YaiID, where can fro purchased
llrst clnss brick at lower rates than from
HAMBURB Or AUGUSTA. Apply to
MRS. M. It. TREADWELL,
At the Brick Yard.
Or to A. FISCHER, at his store
Aug 30 ly
THE ofllce of School Commissioner for
Orangeburg County will bo open un
til further notice for the transaction of
business on every Friday and Saturday
of each week. Ofllce hours from 0 a. m
to 3 p. m. D. L. CONNOR,
Dec 20 tf School Commissioner.
w. i*. gain
St. Matthews S. 0
DEALER IN DKY GOODS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS CAPS &c.
I buy my goods from first bauds and
sell them at Charleston prices
~ v -?
Hi?rn?est CASH price paid for cotton
Full and General Stoc^B^vniys on hand.
W. P. dAIN,
Near the DEPOT. Oet. 4 8mo
IN PLANTATION GOODS,
DRY GOODS AND GflOCEttlES,
St. Matthews Si 0.
We respectfully call the attention of
the farmers to our general stock
of GOODS and solicit a call whene^r
they visit St. Matthews, A full and
fresh stock constantly in store.
Oet 4 3mo
White, Amber and Fultz.
RUST PROOF, WHITE AND r ?.
Grass Seed. Clover Seed.
RUST PROOF SEED
Warranted Itust IProoi
or Monev Refunded.
?FOR SALE BY?
LORICR & L0WBANCE,
Oct. 4 3mo COLUMBIA S. C.
IHotlo? of DIamlMSlon, J
THE undersigned hereby gives notice [
that, he will Ille his fluid account as
Guardian of P. D. Tllloy? D. E. Tllley
and M. S. Til ley,' wiMi the Honorable
Judge of Probate for Orangoburg county
on the 17th day of February, 187U, and
ask for Letters Dismission.
J. B. LIVINGSTON.
Jan 17-td Guardian?
A. B. Knowlton. A. LaTHROP
KN^kTON & lATMROPf
Attorneys and Counaollors,
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
Attorney and Connsellor at Law
(Cor. Church & St. Paul's Street.)
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
?LD AMERICAN HOTEL
Established about 1830
Resttcltnted on the European Plan for |
Rooms each person per dav.50
per month...8 and 810
According to location of Rooms paid
Board and lodging...81 B0 per dav I
Board und lodging.6 50 per week j
MRS. M. J. ARCHER. Pproprletress,
20 George st. corner King,
pep 27 ly Charleston, 8 C.
I The Opportunity has Oome!
WINTER GOODS Selling at lees than)
Manufacturers Cost at
Is now cloning out the balance of his
stock of winter Overcoat*, Clothing,
Dress Goods, Blankets' &c, &c., regard
less of cos ?
Has also marked down the balance of
StocH In Undershirts, Dress Shirts,
Gloves, Ac, A.
Will also sell as usual his popular stock
lower than any house in the city.
Just received a full line of
The light running "Domestic Sewing Mn
chines," and needles for all sewing ma
chines always on hand for sale cheap.
Agent for Madame Demorest's rellabl
Call and convince yourselves at the
m & s ?
DRUGGIST AND CHEMIST
Ills brge and well selected stock of
Drugs, Medicines,,Paints, Oils, Toilet and Fancy Articles |
LOW DOWN FOR CASH.
ALSO a lot of FINE TOBACCO FROM FORTY THREE TO EIGHTY
Five cents per pound. Your patronage Is respectfully solicited.
Orangeburg, S. C, July 12. 52 A. C. DUKES, M. D.
We beg leave to call the attention of those interested to our large and well Re
jected stock of GROCERIES, CANNED FRUITS, DRY GOODS, FANCY
GOODS, CLOTHING. BOOTS, SHOES *e 4c. to call at our store, before pur
chasing elsewhere as wc are now prepared to offor the above goods at exceeddinf
ly low prices.
N. B. Wo have just received direct from the factory a large line of ILLUMI
NATORS, Parlor and Store Lamps, also 23 and 4 light Chandeliers, affd are en
abled to sell them at greatly reduced rates, wo Invite all to see the light at our
store and examine Stock and Prices.
SOKEftTRUE & LORYEAf
Russell Streot, next door to McMaster's*
ORANGEBURG, S. C, Sept. 20, 1878. flm
Q ALL ON
JAME? VAN TASSEL.
For your Family Supplies in the way o
FINE LIQUORS, TOBACCO
FRESH LAGER always on draught.
Where you can get Fresh Oysters or
anything else in the Eating Line
served np on shcrrtest 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.
EDD1NG GIFTS AT ALLAN'S
American nnd Swiss,
Of New and Elegant Designs, mid Ex*
DIAMONDS, PEARLS, CAMEOS,
As well as less costly sets, in great varPy
STERLING SILVER WARE,
In Fresh nnd Beautiful Patterns, espe
cially adapted for Wedding Presents.
SILVER PLATED WARE
Tea Sets, Walters, Ice Pitchers. Buttel
Dishes, Cups, Goblets, ?fcc.
CHOICE FANCY GOODS,
French Clocks. Br0n7.es, Fine Table Cut
lery, Opera Glasses, Fine Glassware.
""lTdsJtest Goods at the Lowest Prices
3m 3flf&??J Street.
J. A. BAEDIN & BRO<
011 SANTEE, NEAR VANCE3 FERR7
GENERAL MERCHAND t S E-^OF
FEHS for sale a full and complete
stock of Groceries, Hardware, Ready
Made Clothing. Boots and Shoes, Hats,
Caps, and Trunks, and a tine line of Dry
Good-* of ail descriptions for Ladles' use
nnr* "\ .-or ?also?
A full A. i of Foreign and Domestie
Wines and I \ ws, Segnrsac ^''Hcco,
&c, &c. u sept. o.
CALL WWW CALL
At the People's Bakery <
ESTABLISHED IN 1871,
BY THE PRESENT PROPRIETOR
Who Is still ready and willing to
BREAD, ROLLS, PI ES
of all descriptions.
by the bnrrel or box.
BREAD FOR CAMP MEETINGS,
Any other meetings nt ?bortnotice.
JUST RECEIVED FRESH CONFEC-I
TIONARYS. FANCY GOODS AND
NOTIONS, which will be sold as low as
any that can bo bought in Ornngcburg.
Than Uul for the past patronage of my
friends and the public I still solicit a con
tinuance of their custom.
T. W. ALBRGOTI,
Next door to Mr. J. P. Hurley.
Orangebnrg, Sept IS, 1878 ly
D. W. MUSTARD,
late of lewisvlub, 8. ?.
Dealer in Country Produoe,
675 KING STREET,
FOWLS, grown, per doz....2.50aO.?tif
Medium per doz.O.OOaO.OO
Chickens, per doz...1.75a2.00
Ducks (Eng'h) per do*...3.00n4.00
Ducks (M'c'y) per doz...5.00a0.0.
[ Geese per do;*....6.00a000
Turkeys per doz...........8.00al2.00
EGGS, per doz.I80OO
PEANUTS, per bushel.lOOaO.OO
PEAS, clay, per bnshel.70a
" Mixed 44 .55a85
RICE, (Rough) per bnshel..LOOa 1.25
HIDES, Flint, per lb.10a
?? Dry Salted,44....8a
SKINS, Otter, apiece.1.00a2.25
?? Coon, ?* .??mm. <4.fial0
?? Fox, uA.10a25
?'? Deer, per ib..<w.15a
?? Goat, 44 it.J.8a
BEESWAX, per lb.a22
Highest market prices obtained for all
goods consigned to me. Returns made
promptly. Consignment solicited, ly
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DAILY, TRT-WEEKLY & WEEKLY.
Beat Newspaper ever ptiblfflbrd at (he
Capital of South Carolina.
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attention of the reading cummin.-'
Ity to the excellent newspapers wo are
now publishing in Columbia. THE REG
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at the capital of South Carolina which la
Conducted as are the leading dailies of
(he principal cities of the country Wo
have an able and disthigiitaud corps of
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the State for their learning, ability and
sound Democratic principles;?-men who
have served the State and the South on
every occasion when the demand arose
for their sendee, and who may safely
be depended upon n? reliable leaders of
the Democracy in the line of Journalism'.
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SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL ROAD.
Charlesnoh, S. C, Dec. 13,1878.
On and after Sunday next, the 15th in*
stant, the Passenger Trains on this road
will run as follows:
(Sunday mornlmf excepted.)
Leave Charleston at......6 40 a M
Leave Charleston at.u.7 30 p nl
Arrive at Augusta at.1 80 p nl
Ar'n vc at Augusta at.20 a nl
(Sunday morning eUCopteil.)
lieave Charleston nt.i<"??'*'.6 45 a hi
Lea Ve Charleston at..-<?u<?....i.8 30 p nt
Arrive ?t Columbia ?t.V?.I 15 p rit
Arrive at Columbia at......./^.-7 25 a nl
(Sunday morning excepted.)
Leave Augusta at...3 30 p hi
lieave Augusta at.;;..;.7 45 p hi
Arrive ?t Charleston at..*.10 10 p nl
Arrive at Charleston at.0 HO a nl
Leave Columbia at.3 50 p ut
Leave Columbia at.8 00 p nl
Arrive at Charleston at*.10 10 p nt
Arrive at Charleston at.U4..O 30 a ill
ACCOMMODATION PASSKN'titCR TttAIl*.
(Dally, except Sundays.)
LcaVe ChaHeston..inni...!?..10 a m
Arrive at Augusta...????<<.4j*;ni8 15 p hi
Arrive at Columbia 00 p nt
Leave Augusta.i...it.u.~5 15 a ui
Leave Columbia.6 20 a in
Arrive at Charleston.7 00 p nt
These trains from Charleston, Coluni'
bla ami Augusta connects at Bre.nehvil!ei
Leave Caniden at..1 (Hl ? hi
Arrive at Klugville at.-4 00 p m
Leave Kingvllle at.5 10 p 111
Arrive at Camden at.8 00 p tu
This train connects at KingviUe with
the Up Accommodation Train for Colum
bia and Down Columbia Passenger Train
Greenville and Columbia Railroad con
nects with Night Trains from aud to
Spartanburg and Union Railroad con
nects dally at Aiston? - .
Laufens Railroad connects at Newber
ry on Tuesdays. Thursday, Saturdays.
Rlne Ridge Railroad eon hocta at An
derson on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays going up, and Oh Mondays, Wed
nesdays and Fridays Coming down, i
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta Rail
Road connects at crossing near Colum
bia with the Columbia Day Passenger
Train up and down.
S. S. SOLOMONS.
Gen? ral Superintendent.
8. B. PlCKBNS, Gob. Pass. Agent
S. B. MARSHALL & 00 J
CHARLESTON, S. C.
OFFER A COMPLETE LIMB OF
HARDWARE, POT WARS,
TIN WARE. NAILS.
W?ODWARE, ROPE. '
GUNS* Ac. Also, Agricultural Steels,
as follows: Straight and Turn Shovels.
Scooters, B ill Tongues, and Sweeps of
all kinds, eultable for the wholesale and
Merchants would do well to call
and examine ?ur stock before pur'
Charleston, Sept. 27,1878? 3m i