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A. Paper lov i.}tv> I**?oi>lo,
METliaiMST.-?Rev. O. A. Darby, Pus
tor. Services ever}' Sunday morning at
half-past 10 o'clock and at night at hulf
pa.st, .7 o'clock- Prayer Meeting every
iVVednesday qveniugnt half-past 7 o'clock.
?Sabbath' School .every -Sunday morning
at !? o'clock. Children's meeting every
PltHSUYTKHIAN. ? Rev. J. A. D. Ib own,
Pastor. Services every .Sunday meriting
at hatf-pust 10 o'clock, and in the after
noon at half.past l o'clock. Prayer meet
ing every Thursday afternoon at halt
past 4 o'clock. Sabbath .School every
'Sunday morning at half-past8o'clock.
Baptist.?Rev. T. W. Melliehamp,
.Pastor. Set-vices every third and fourth
Sunday morning at half-past 10 o'clock,
and at night half-past S o'clock Sab
bath School every Sunday morning at
half-past 8 o'clock. SuNdy School Mis
sionary Meeting every fourth Sunday.
Iajthkuan.?Rev. .1. P. Kiser, Pastor
?Services every Sunday morning at 10 1-2
o'clock. Sabbath School every Sunday
morning at 0 o'clock.
OllANOEIlUItG, S. C. SEPTEMBER 12. 1S70.
Du. M. L. Grissett and Mr. Lewis
Olt, of Rranchville, were in town on
"Wednesday looking finely.
Mkssiis. Jim Robinson and John
Cartin killed each a mad dog in the
Rull Swamp neighborhood last week.
We notico Mr. J. II. Livingston,
who has been absent from town for
months, was ou hand to register and
vote at the election.
We learn that a little child of Mr.
and Mrs. Elisha Cartin died on Sun
day last. We tender the allliclcd pa
rents our deepest sympathy.
_wJ0i7I.V*^P,,ng townsman, Mr. F. S.
^PeTrwillP mis .l)ecn appointed Jury
Commlssiofy61' hy the Governor, Mr.
W. K. Crook having resigned thai
Wk know it goes pretty hard with
you to get beat, Messrs. Roliver and
Williams, but as the old woman said
to the eel she was skinning, "you
must grin and bear it."
Du. S. A. Reeves has for sale the
best cigars for-the price we have tried
this season. Those who are fond of
a finely flavored article had better call
before these little gems arc out.
Wk learn that Dr. R. II. Knotts of
the Fork, has a very sick child. Wc
earnestly hope that the means em
ployed for its restoration may be
blessed with most gratifying success.
Mit. Andrew Inabinet, of Caw Caw
Township, died on last Friday. We
learn lie leaves ? wife and seven chil
dren to mourn their loss.". We tender
our sympathies to the bereaved fa Uli
The hill that breaks the level of
Railroad Avenue is being rapidly re
moved by the city council. This
worlf will add much to the beauty of
this sfrcot and convenience of our citi
Wk are glad to announce that
gTov. Simpson on last Saturday re
appointed our worthy County Audi
tor Col. Donald S. Barton to the of
'5ce which he has so long and accept
The rw> Mr< Probst, of the Lu
theran Church, lmd his horse bitten
by a poisonous snaAv.;.. ut. Matthews,
while on a visit to that section. The
accident occasioned considerable trou
ble and uneasiness.
On last Saturday the mules attach
etU^^l/vagou of Mr. Frank Way
took frrfbt and ran down Russe 11
?treot. They were fortunately stop
ped before much damage was done
to either mules or wagon.
The largest stock of goods ever
brought to Orangeburg js now bping
put upon the shelves of our merchants.
From present indications it will not
prove too large for the demands of
the territory to be supplied.
We had the pleasure of meeting at,
our office Mr. Earlie L. Jenninns, of
the Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel,
last Wednesday. We commend Mr.
Jennings and his paper to the favora
ble consideration of our people.
It is astonishing how ignorant cer
tain Democrats pretended to be of
the fact that Boliver was a candidate
for the Mayoralty of our town. If
Ithey had read the Democrat tbey
would have known it a month ago.
CROWDED Out !?Messrs. Sorcntrue
& Lorycn, . having made good bar
gains in their purchases in the line of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Roots, Shoes,
Hats, &c, &c, will give the public]
the benefit. Their advertisement will
appear in our next.
Gen. Janies F. Izlar wan absent
several days during tips week on a
professional visit to Waltcrboro', but
returned on Tuesday in time to do
good service in behalf of the Demo
cratic ticket, and no man enjoyed
the victory more than lie.
The, traveling public will reraem
bo Ibo change in tbo schcdulo of the
South Carolina Railroad. The trains
reach here later in the morning from
Charleston and earlier tn the after
noon from Columbia, but arriving at
both places at tbo usual hour.
Messus. W. N. Scovillo, D. Louis,
T. and II. Kolm returned borne dur
ing this week from Uicir trip North
looking well and satisfied with the I
bargains made. The Demqcrat of
fers these active merchants its aid in
selling their large and well-selected
stock of goods.
As men will drink and we suppose
will do so as long as tbo world stands,
it is best to get tlio purest and the
best liquors possible from good Dem
ocratic barkeepers and as such we
recommend Mr. Z. J. King and his|
liquors of every description. Dou't
forget Doyle's corner for King's well
filled bar of pure liquors is there.
Oi:n country readers are requested
to call at the store of Mayor J. W?
Moseley, corner of Russell Street and
Railroad Avenue, where they will find
a well .selected stock of general mer
chandise, fresh and reliable, offered
for sale at the cheapest cash prices.
Don't spend nil your cotton money
down town but save the bulk of it for
Mr. Mosclcy's cheap bargains.
Pomona Change.?The next quar
terly meeting of Pomona Grange will
be held at White Cane Grange on
Saturday, October 4th, 1871). A large
attendance is earnestly requested, as
the meeting will he an important one
to the order. Masters and secrcla
rics will please have their reports
ready. Hour of meeting 1] o'clock,
A. M. Kirk Robinson,
Seefy P. G. No. 17.
The horses of Rev. Absalom Ama
ker, while being driven down a hill
on Rull Swamp, took fright and be
gan to run. The breast chains of the
wagon breaking, Mr. Amaker jumped
out to stop the team and was thrown
in front of the fore wheel, which ran
over him inllicting serious injuries.
The blood gushed from his mouth,
nose and cars, nnd it was thought
that the injuries were severe. His
family were in the wagon hut Buffered
Foit the Teeth.?Many of the
powders and pastes now in the mar
ket contain ingredients like pumice
stone, charcoal, &c-, which ought
never to be used for the purpose.
The Saponaceous Tooth Powder is
warranted to contain nothing in the
least injurious, and has no equal for
its purpose, as its flavor is pleasant,
is perfectly soluble in the mouth, and
contains nothing gritty or rough for
the teeth. For sale by Dr. J. G.
Now that cotton is coming to m?r
tet frcel}' and money circulating our
farmers arc taking advantage of the
liberal offers of Mr. C. D. Kortjohn.
He certainly offers inducements.
His store is crowded from morning
till night, and car load after car load
of goods are hauled up to hie estab
lishment to he distributed among his
many customers. Many poisons con
tompl?tad u visit to Charleston on
the cheap excursion, but after visit
ing this store and comparing prices,
adding freights, &c., concluded they
could do just as well, if not better, at
home. May friend Korljohn's busi
ness continue to grow, and may our
farmers patronize this home enter
prise, which is right, proper and
Tribute of Respect.
The following Resolutions upon the
death of Rev. Peter A. Buyck, adopt
ed by the Church Confeience held nt
Congaree, August 16th, 1879 :
Resolved, 1st, That as God in His
infinite wisdom has seen lit to take
from our midst, our esteemed and
aged brother, Rev. Peter A. Buyck,
we bow with Christian humility to
this dispensation of His divine will.
Resolved, 2nd, That in the death
of Rev. P. A. Buyck the Church at
this place has lost one of her ruling
spirits, the commuoity an able and
loving adviser. v
Re solved, 3rd, That we deeply de
plore the death of our brother who has
so long adorned the doctrines of
Christ and was its pillow of strength,
both by his prayers and worldly
Resolved, 4th, That we commend
to each other his pure Christian char
acter and pledge ourselves to preserve
it in our memories as ti pattern wor
thy of our imitation.
Resolved, 5th, That a page in our
minutes hook be dedicated to the
memory our brother, und that the
secretary he instructed to transmit a
copy of these resolutions to the fami
ly of the decreased, one to the B>i fi
lial Courier, one to the Ouangedukg
Democrat, and one to the Orange
burg Times, for publication.
Done by order of Conference,
Rev. J. M. IIuklong,
J. D. Anti.y, Clerk.
August 1 Olli, 187?.
VVhat Boliver Knows About Tissue
The little,episode of Tuesday's ex
pctience proves that "the best laid
plans of mice and men afl gang
n'glec," and that the most certain!
expectations arc sometimes doomed
to the saddest .disappointment. The
citizens of our town during the week
previous had hoen 'kept tit fever heat
over the probable result.of the ap
proaching municipal election and eve
ry Democrat was anxious to do some
thing which would help to make that
result favorable to his parly. On
Monday afternoon Mr. Kohl. Copes,
knowing thai the It ads arc up to all
kinds of ways that arc dark and tricks
that arc vain, was on the alert, and
discovered by one of his short-band
methods, that Mr. Geo. Boliver, the
Radical candidate for Mayor, had be
come weak in the knees, and to bols
ter up his failing iiopcs, had printed
two sets of tissue ballots with the
names of the Democratic nominees
upon one and llioso of his own ticket
upon the other, samples of which he
procured. This becoming generally
known to the public it became neces
sary for the irrepressible Boliver to
do something which might rid himself
of the burden of an intended fraud.
Mr. T. C. All ergotti,a staunch Demo
crat and Straighoutcr, who about thai
time had business everywhere, while
searching for Dr. Malouc to procure
a ballot box,"noticed that the windows
and door of the Clerk's olllce were
closed, but seeing Mr. Stanlon, one
of Bolivers' clciks, enter the olllce,
he followed him in, and behold!
there was Boliver, K. A. Webstc, the
assistant postmaster, and Dr. Ma
lone in close consultation in one of
the dark corners. Mr. Albcrgotti
not wishing to intrude upon the priv
acy of the gentlemen withdrew, not.
without a determination, however, of
seeing the end. He had not long to
wait, for in a short than Mayor Mosc
ley received the following communi
cation from Mr. Boliver which was
doubtless the result of the above
mentioned consultation :
OitAKOKnuno, S.C., Sept. 8,1879.
We the undersigned*candidates for
the position for Mayor of the above
town hereby agree that no tissue
tickets shall he used ; and, further,
agree that if used, the same shall be
counted out by the managers of said
election, also for Aldermen.
This child of Radical cunning was
turned over to the guardian care of
the Democratic Executive Commit
tee who returned the following an
swer by way of a final settlement of
Ouanukiiuro, S.C., Sept. 8, 1879.
G<o. lioliver, Esq.;
S||t?Your proposition, "that .no
tissue tickets be used, and that, .if
used, the same shall be counted out
by the managers of the pending elec
tion for Mayor and Aldermen of this
town," sent to Mr. J. W. Mosclcy,
has been referred by that gentleman
to the undersigned, Executive Com
mittee. This Committee desires to
have you understand that we have in
formation amounting to positive prool.
that you have been caught at the
trick of having tissue tickets prepar
ed for use at the said election ; that
we, as representatives of our party,
repudiate any such course on our part,
anil desire a strictly fair, honest and
legal election ; desiring such a con
duct of said election as will prevent
the use of any unfair means, and that
we decline any further communication
with you. M. I. BttoWNiKG.
W. 11. Thompson.
J. M. BllUNSON.
, Jahks L. Sims.
J. S. Al.nKltGOTTI.
B. Frank Slater.
W. (j. Alrkrgotti.
To make things doubly sure, on the
morning of the election, just before
the voting commenced, and while a
large number of citizens were stand
ing round the polls, Mr. Hobt. Copes
appeared upon the scene and produc
ing two of the tissue ballots?one of
each kind?charged Mr. Bolivar with
the intended fraud, and requested
the managers to see to it that not
one entered the box. Mr. Boliver
was present and did not deny the
charge. Of course Mr. Boliver had
a perfect right to have tissue tickets
printed with Ibe names of his own
candidates on them, hut he had no
right to have another set printed
with the names of the Democratic
candidates; and his having done
so shows that be intended to
stuff the ballot-box with them, put
ting in a few of those with our candi
dates to make it appear that the
Democrats used them loo. But the
plan didn't work. Our readers have
been accustomed to political dodges,
but this beats anything heretofore
I concocted in Orangeburg by the fer
tile brain of Hie most unscrupulous
Radical. It was a devilish scheme
! devised to obtain the signature of
Mr. Mosclcy, the Pomocratic candi
date, to a paper which would impli
cate his party as deeply jn the in
tended fraud as Boliver himself was.
We congratulate our citizens that our
escape from the Banjo was made in a
manner that damned the Radical tic
ket and consigned it to an inglorious
defeat. Boliver, this time, counted
without his host and iearnedLthat the
good citizens of Orangeburg, for all
time lo come, will have none of him.
Cqi? M. I. Browning, our worthy,
County Chairman, and Muasv?. R.
Frank Slater, >G. A. Schillley, Hobt.
Copes, D. K. Sraoak, Z. J. King, W.
1>. Thompson, J. M. Brunson, J. S.:
Albergotti and W. G. Albcrgotti,
who acted in concert with hitn, de
serve the "hearty Well-done*" of the
citizens of our town for the glorious
Democratic victory of last Tuesday.
This was the first election under Col.
Browning's administration and it was
a grand success.
CoKKKCTKD WjRHKI.Y BY J.. C. J'lKK.
Low Middling. 10
Ordinary to Good. 0 1-2
Rice, rough.$i 20
Oats, per ewt.,.00
Kllttcr, country .25
hV A LADY of several years' expert-1
J5 ence, a situation as lonelier of the
lOuglish brunches in a school or family.
Tile bust references given and satisfuc-l
tion guaranteed. For further particulars J
address TlIK OltANOKUURU DkmuCU*;?.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
(Cor. Church & St. Paul's Street.)
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
A. 15. KNOWI.TON. A. LATUKOI'
KNOWLTON & LATHROP,
Attorneys and Counsellors,
ORANGKHURC, S. C
Jllcspectfully inform my friends ami
the public that I tiiii prepared to con
tract to do Carpenter'* Work of niiy
kind cheaper than other contractors in
Urangeburg County. Work solicited,]
ami satisfaction guaranteed.
March 7-3mos, J. R. TUCKER,
D)EV. S. T. II?LLMAN Is prepared to]
HQ Fit A IMF PICTURES of ul! sizes in
the neatest style of the art, and at lower
rates, for cash, than can bo done else
where in the county, l'iotun; Hangings
also furnished 011 the mjtfct liborr.1 icrui*.
All parties desiring work done in Hie
above line would do well to give bim a
call at his house in Lyon s Township, or
at. Dr.'S. A. Reeves. Satisfaction guar
anteed. April 3?Sinus
To the Public.
HjlllE undersigned respectfully an-]
.L uounce that they have purchased the
exclusive right to sell the justly celebra
ted ""New Virginia Iftiad'Cutter?' in the
Counties <d' Orangeburg and Barn well,
in this ( .'utter, cheapness of construction
minimum of power and rapidity cd* exe
cution have been fully attained. The
commendations of the many who are
using this Cutter render it unnecessary
fur us to say anything relative to ius
merits. We only ask a trial and feel fully
Confident that satisfaction will be given.
For sale at the store of Mr. J. C. Pike,
Urangeburg. S. ('.
KD WARDS ifc THOMPSON.
A CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR
BOYS AND GIRLS.
Corps of Teachers.
HUGO G. SHERIDAN. Principal,
Wm. L, GLAZE.1st Assistant,
In charge of 2nd Grade Room.
MISS E. J. MACK AY.2nd Assistant,
In charge of 1st Grade Room and Girls.
rphls School opens on the First Monday
X in September annually, and contin
ues uninterruptedly until the last of .Inno.
TERMS I'KR MONTH.
First Grade, beginners.?2.00
Second Grade, Grammar pupils. 2.50
Third Grude, advanced Euglisli. 3.00
Latin. Greek, and German each.
COURSH OK STUDY.
First Grade.?Alphabet. Spelling, Rud
imentary Arithmetic, Writing and First
Steps in* Geography.
Second Grade, Spelling. Reading,
Writing, Arithmetic, Second Steps in
Geography, Grammar, Written Compo- ]
gition, Lathi, Greek and German.
Third Grade. Spelling, Reading, Writ-]
ing, Arithmetic completed, Geography
completed, Grammar completed. Compo
sition, History, Philosophy. Rhetoric,
Logic. Book-keeping, Algebra, Geome
try, Chemistry. Latin, Creek, German
and Written Composition.
Elocution Is taught in each grade.
Miss Mackay bus charge of the girls.
Students may enter at any time during
the term, and are charged only from
date of entrance.
A liberal deduction made, when three
or more children attend from the stliue
Roy?; and girls arc prepared for the
Sophomore ('lass In any College or for a
successful business life.
Neatness of person, polite manne
and a high sense ol honor are considered
of no less importance than the branches
taught, and are therefore inculcated
with unremitting assiduity.
Hoard may be bad h? good families
near the school at ten and twelve dollars
per month, including washing and lights.
Hoys and girls arc kept separate and
no intercourse allowed.
A liberal share of public patronage is
HENRYK OH N'S
H E N 11 Y KOHN ' S
H EjSTR Y KOHN " S
cram jam: full
cram jam pull
C 11 A M JAM FULL
N E W GOO 1) S
OPENING THE LARGEST
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
AT TUR CORNER OF
Russell Street and Railroad Avenue
J. W. MOSELEY,
A F?LL STOCK'OF
WHICH WILL HE SOLI) CHEAPFOR CASH.
AU my Old Friends and as ninny New Ones as will favor me with aeall are rc
ectfully lnviU;d to examine my (1?ODS AND PRICES. April IS
ICE CR Ii AM! ICE HOUSE. ICECREAM!
ICES CREAM ! ! I
STOP and Refresh j-oursclf at the New and Elegantly Fitted up
Ladies' Refreshment Saloon !!
ICR ('REAM at 10 and 15 cents, Cakes and PIcS Fresh every day. The largest
ami finest assortment of Confectionery. Fruits of all kinds. Groceries, and tin
best grades of Flour. The choicest brands of Cigars and Toboceos. Every thin*
sold at bottom prices.
ICE FOR SALE
In any quantity and at any time of the day, Sundays from 8 till 9 o'clock
and from 12 till I o'clock. A call is respectfully solicited by
At Captain Rriggman's Old Stand.
Cellar to Rent.
?X "-r \:\ Lt.:? v
n ALL ON
'For your -Family Supplies in the w .j
v i ' t ? , ? s ['.*' () (\ i y i
FltESn GROCERIES, ?; ~:
FRESH LAGER always on draught.
?COGD *RAT .POULTRY and FRESH
EG GS alw ay s on l iand.
Country Produce* bought at the highest
JAMES VAN?!'ASSEL, Agt.,
At Muller's Old Stand.
,'?11 . . -????:>1 _,!:
?8 took- conei stl ng ?f
SEGARS & TOBACCO
To be sold at
i 'Via y.i
"LEACH'S. DELIGHT" -
..... :.; ? Mf* WuM i r 5 >??;
and you will use no other, for cheapness
and its lasting qualities can't be sur
passed. For sale only by
SORENTR?E & LORYEA,
Orangeburg, S.C. June/?7-tf', .
Redding gifts at Allan's,
American and Swiss,
Latest Stylos. ,
Of New and Elegant Designs, ami Ex* '
DIAMONDS, PEARLS, CAME?S\
As well as less costly sets, In great varl'y
STERLING SILVER WARE,
In Fresh ami Heautiful Patterns, espe
cially adapted for Wedding Presents.
' SILVER PLATED WARE
Tea Sets, Waiters, lee Pitcher*, Butter
Dishes, Cups, Goblets, &c.
CHOICE FANCY GOODS,
Prench Clocks, Bronzes, Fine Table Cut
lery, Oper?. Glasses, .Fine Glassware.
The Best Goods at the Lowcst.Prices
Sia .307 King Street.
D. W. MUSTARD,
eate Of lewisvi.le, s. C.
Dealer in Country Produce
398 KING STREET.,
FOWLS, per doz.3.25a3.70
Chickens, per doz.2.00a2.55
Ducks (Eng'b^ per doz.4.00
Ducks (MVyj per doz.5.00
Geese per <loz.6.00
Turkeys per doz.12.00al5.00
EGGS, per doz.14
PEANUTS, per bushel.75al.l0
PEAS, clay, per bushel.65a70
44 Mixed 44 .G0a65
RICE, (Rough) per bushel.. 1.40al.20
REES WAX, per lb.r.a22
HONEY, " .10
HIDES, Flint, per lb.10
?* Dry Salted, 44 .8
SKINS, Otter, apiece..25??2.?()
?? Coon, " .5al;>
" Fox, 44 .10a40
44 Deer, per lb .15
44 Goat, 4* .....S
Highest market prices obtained for all
goods consigned to me. ^Returns mudo
promptly. Consignments solicited. ly