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IA: Paper ibr the People*
Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A.
MV. and from half-past 10 A. M; to 1 1?.
.?> Columbia mail closes at. 10 A. M. and
the Charleston mail at half-past 5 P. M?
Ott Tuesdays and Fridays a 'inaii for
Fcklcrvlllc, Vances Ferry apt) Holly Hill
closes at half-past 7 A.M.
On Fridays a mail for l?notfs Mills]
"Witt's Mills and Kishcs' ?Store closes a,
half-past 2 P. M.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Tho trains arrive at Orangeburg as fol
No. 1. Day.0 68 A. M.
No. 13, Day.1 17 P. M.
No. 5, Night.2 is A. M.
No. G, Nhjht.1 20 A. M.
No. 14. Day.10 17 A. M.
No. 2, Evening.0 ir> p. M.
In addition to the above trains there is
a through Northern Express Train which
passes Orangeburg as follows: Going
North, 10 P. M.; goin<? South, 0 A. M.
. . T. O. DawsoN, Loeal Ageut.
ORANOEDUKG, P. C , FEBRUARY 20, is80.
Notice.? We have made arrange
ments with tbc proprietors of tbc
JjjTctos and Courier to club their mam
moth Weekly with tho Demochat at
?^3 per annum, for both papers, cash
Married, on the 12th instant, hy
the Rev. J. S. IJayden, Mr. A. L.
Bnir to Miss Armenia S. Hay den, all
of Orangcburg County.
In consequence of the recent nd
yunce in the price of printing paper
the Columbia Jtenixicr has increased
the price of the daily from ?7 to $0
per annum., and the weekly from $2
Take that buckeye out of you [lock
et, and make nn application of 'Fab
ler's Buckeye Pile Ointment, if yen
are suffering with piles. You will
certainly be cured. Price 50c. For
sale by Dr. J. G. Wnnnamakcr. 1
We are sorry to hear of the death
pf Mrs. M. K. Youguc which occult
ed on the 8th instant at the residence
of her son, Mr. Carson Yongue of the
Fork. Wc extend our warmest sym
pathy to the bereaved family.
The News and Courier seldom
makes mistakes, but in last Tuesday's
jssuc our editorial on the "South
Carolina Railroad" was copied and
attributed to the Orangcburg Tim vs.
**We make Ihc correction in justice to
the other paper."
Mu. A. Jourdain, an experienced
gardncr^ showed us a rose of the tea
variety, on Tuesday last in full
biodm. It was taken from the gar
den of Dr. T. A. Elliott of our town.
Roses in'bloom at this season of the
year is rather a novelty.
Cak any thing be belter? I can't
think so, as Coussen' Honey of Tar
is the lest cough remedy I have boon |
nble to get. One dose alone is wot lb
?0c.: but you can buy a whole bottle
at'that price. For sale by Dr. J. (!.
Wannnmakor. 1 j
The lloslon Advertiser says that a
vessel lately left the shores of the
new world for benighted Africa, car
rying 800,000 gallons cf rum and one
missionary. It strikes us that the
quantity of rum was out of all pro
portion to the quantity of missionary.
The youngest child of Maj. L. Ii.
Jieckwilh, about eighteen months old,
fell on a reflector sitting before the
fire on Friday', the Kith instant, and
was painfully burned on the face.
We arc glad to hear that the little
sufferer is doing as well as could he
Mit. IL Frank Slider will receive
another lot of line hor ses on the 2<>d
instant adapted to all the purposes of
our citizens. Call early and select
the best. Another lot of splendid
buggies will be received by him in a
few days, which he will sell at prices
to suit any purchaser.
Gen. James F. Izlar is completing
some needed repairs upon thu lot re
cently purchased from the estate o!
Mr. W. M. Hudson preparatory to
occupying it as a law office. It is
one of the host locations in towji and
when completed will ho quite a hand
some and convenient olljee.
Cure Youusklf. Take Hall's
Hepatic Panacea for Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Sick and Nervous Headache,
anil nli diseases arising from a torpid
Liver. It is purely vegetable, and
satisfaction guaranteed or money re
funded. Price 50 ots, per bottle.
For salo by S. A. Reeves.
"The Usual Wav.??This is the
title of a plea ant liillo roirinncc
written for tho Hityioen.vr by cue of
prnngoburg'ri fair daughters, the first
part of which" appears ?in t Iiis week's
paper. It is cleverly written, and
rfllccls credit on "LT.stel'.e," who
certainly wields a graceful p.n. U
tvill ho concluded in our next iosiio.
Odds and Ends.?A decline in su
gar, codec, Hour, bacon and lard at
Why don't tho tovnof Orangoburg
have a market. It is sadly needed.
Dry goods, shoes ami notions sold
at half price to make room for spring
goods at Kortjohn's.
Shad fishing in the Santco is in
full blast, buo more hickory than
white shad arc being caught.
The weather is changeable with
sunshine, clouds and rain following
each other in quick succession.
A large lot of consigned goods to
be sold at auction Saturday at eleven
o'clock at Kortjohn.
A small lot of garden seed scut on
by the government for free distribu
tion to be had at Kortjohn's if called
for at once.
Early Rose, Goodrich and Peerless
Potatoes sold low down to close last|
consignment if called for at once at
The dwelling of Mr. Meyer on
Railroad Avenue at the foot of Glov
er stroi t is placed upon its founda
tion and is being rapidly completed.
It may be fashionable and comfort
able for young men to stand about
church doors as the congregation is I
passing out, but extremely unpleas
ant to those who pass.
Tho Missionary Society of St.
Paul's Methodist Church .Sunday
School will meet next Sunday after
noon at half-past three o'clock. Tho
public arc invited to attend.
Wo notice a drain being cut on
Russell street from Dr. Duke's store
to the cross ditch in front of Mr.
VYillcock's store, which mny prove to
bo a nuisance in tho near future.
Have you tried Town Talk
Raking Powder? If not go to Kort
john's and get some. He is the agent
for it. Guaranteed to bo better than
Sea Foam and at half the price, a
Mr. John Fisher, who was recently
elected assistant professor in tho
State Agiiculturnl School connected
with Claflin University, is in town
and will enter at once upon the duties
of his chair.
Tho joinS. resolution to pay cx
judgo T. II. Cookc the arrears oil
back salary, passed the lower house
to the third reading. Other judges
arc duo back salaries as well as Mr,
Cookc. Why this discrimination?
Query ! Did the anti-long session
members of our Legislature desire a
short session for ihc benefit of their
Own, or the state's interest? Wc judge
the former because they left their post
of duty early in tho present week. |
This is a plain case of cheap patriot- j
The eldest son of Mr. L. S. Con
no:-, about fourteen years of ago, shot
himself in tho head and arm while at
tempting to place his gun in the
ruck, inflicting painful and perhaps
serious wounds. Drs. R. W. and L.
15. Dates wore called in and rendered
tho necessary assistance. Although
Ute wounds are severe yet hopes ate
entertained of his recovery.
Ghuman Chamomilo Tonic is the
favorite remedy for dyspepsia, sour
Stomnck, headache, billiousncss or
any disorders of a sluggish liver.
Taken in time it will save much suf
fering. Dyspepsia is a common com
plaint, and anything affording relief
is gladly welcomed. Only ?O cents
per bottle, for sale by Dr. J. G.
Wanna maker. *
A Sacramento undertaker's con
science accused him of being glad
when ho hoard of a death, ami ho be
came convinced that oven i lie prob
ability of an epidemic caused pleasu
rable emotion. IJe therefore oonir. it
ted suicide, leaving a letter in which
ho said that he'could no longer re
main in a husiuCdS tho profits of which
wore closely connected with human
Wi: holicc that largo quantities of
goods are being opened and distribu
ted upon tho shelves at the stprc of
Mr. .1. C Pike nearly every day this
wet k. These arrivals are hut tho be
ginnings of a carefully selected slock
for tho spring trade. Our readers
can now ho supplied wi'.h tho. best
goods this market affords and at the
lowest, rates. Call at once and se
cure from Mr. Pike tho host.
Hill's Hepatic Panacea. Tho Liv
er is tho king imperial organ of the
whole human system, as it controls
the life, health and happiness of man.
When it i I disturbed in its proper
action all kinds of ailments arc tho
natural results. Tho digestion ol
tho food, tho movements of tho heart
and blood, tho action of i he brain and
nervous system, arc all immediately
connected with tho workings of tho
liver. To keep the liver in a healthy
condition lake Hill'? Hapalic Pan
acoa. Only 50 cents per bottle,
h'or sale by S. A. Reeves.
Tub following resolution was pass
ed by the Orange Light Infantry at
their last meeting, and ordered to be
published ib the town papers: That
the thanks of thin company are due
and are hereby tendered tho I. K. IL
and L. Company for the free use of
their hall for two meetings.
As the spring approaches our farm
ers redouble their energies and me
[lushing their preparations forward
for an early plantin";. The weather
has been unusually fine and favorable(
for all kinds of work, and, if tho sea
son continues so favorable through
out the year, we may expect remune
Oun old friond, Mr. N. II. Ful
lura, who represents the well-known
carriage manufactory of Louis Cook,
of Cincinnati, is in town with as
handsome an assortment of pbielons
and buggies a? were ever brought to
this market. Mr. Fullam will dis
pose of his stock cheap. Unxd his
advertisement in another column and
give him a call.
Ik view of the approaching season
for sickness, it may be well for Coun
cil to pass tin ordinance defining
plainly the duties and powers of the
Board of Health. As it stands now
that boaid is nothing inoio than a ci
pher placed among signiflccnt figures]
to fill out the slate. The well-being,
of both town and citizens is too im
portant for tins to remain longer the
Wk arc sorry to hear of the death
of Mr. W. C. Lunch, which occurred
on the l?th instant at his homo in
the Jamison neighborhood alter a
painful i Iness of 'several months. Ho
had but recently returned from Ala
bama, where he pei haps contracted
the disease which ended his young
life, being about twenty-five years of
age. lie leaves a young wife and
many friends to mourn their loss.
Mit. Daniel O'Cain, who received
sei ions injuries by a fall from a wa
gon a few weeks ago, has sufficiently
recovered to be removed to his honie,j
which was done last week by hi^
friends. The journey was safely I
made, and with little inconvenience
to the sufferer. Wo trust under the I
influence of home comforts and Ihe
nursing ol wife and friends', Mr.
O'Cain may soon be restored to health
It is slated by an exchange thai
Bo wen, Tuft, Johnston and others arc
trying lo oust Northrop, ns District
Attorney, Wallace, as Marshal, ami
C. II. Baldwin, Collector of the Poll
of Charleston; It is strange that
these worthies should wish to have
Northrop and Wallace displaced as
they have always been in accord with
them, but we always did think Mr.
Baldwin too respectable a man for
the average South Carolina Republi
can. If there is any honesty at all
in ihe fraudulent administration ol
Mr. Hayes he will keep Mr. Baldwin
where he is.
A Vain Provision.?In the year
17(i(), ^in Act was introduced in
Parliament "that nil women of what
ever ajje, rank, profession, or degree,
whether viijjins, maids, or widows,
j that sha'l, from and alter such an
I act, impose upon, seduce and betray
into matrimony, an}' of his majesty's
male subjects, by scent?, paints, eos
! mclic washes, artificial teeth, false
I hair, Spanish wool, iron stays, ho >ps,
high-heeled shoes, or bolstered hipj,
shall incur the penalty of the law
now enforced against wileh-eraft, sor
cery, and such like misdemeanors,
and that the marriage, upon convic
tion, stund null and void."
Wk are glad to leain that a brass
band hat; been organized in our town
under auspices which guarantee ils
success. Our young lownman, Mr.
B. B. Owens, an experienced teacher
of such music, lias charge of the in
struction and will he able in six or
I eight weeks to appear in public.
[This is a need long felt in Orange
I huig, hut is at last supplied by gen
tlemen who are in earnest and whose
zeal will make the Kdi-to Baud a
permanent institution of our town,
and as an attachment of the Kdi.to
Rifles is destined to relied credit not
only upon that command but 14101; the
town of Orangeburg.1'
Knights and Ladiks ov H?now.?
The Sumte:' True Southrou, says :
"Dopuly Supreme Protector Jacob
Sulzbacher, from Columbia, is in
Sumlcr for the purpose of organizing
a Lodge of Knights and Ladies of
Honor. Nouo hut Knights of Honor
and their wives, mothers, sisters and
daughters can become members of the
order. The object is to provide I'm
each other lo the amount of ?1,000 in
case of death. Tho average?.cost in
these societies has been S7 per annum
per SI,000." Why don't the Ivnights
in Orangeburg organize a lodge 61
this kind 'i V/o throw ot)t Ihe sugges
Ik you would huvo n desirable head
of liair and rctuin it, usq Hall's Veg
etable Sicilian Hair H?nower, the
most wondciful discovery of modern
A Fatal Accident.?A young man
named Thomas Cox, mot a terrible
death on the Congaree Bridge, near
Kingville, on Monday last. He was
engaged in screwing up sonic nuts
and otherwise repairing parts of the
bridge of the South Carolina Railroad
over the Congaree, when he lost his
balance and loll from his perilous
position on the sUucturc. In falling,
his head struck on a projecting scant
ling with fuch force that his tkull
was broken and the bruins dashed out.
Iiis body, falling into the swollen and
rapid stream beneath, was carried
away and has not been found. Cox
is a young man, between 22 and 2.')
years of ago, and was married only
two weeks a^o. His father lived at
Graham's. Turnout on the South Car
Tin: Day We Celebrate.?Twen
ty-six years ago the fire department
of our town was organized. The
Young America Fire Engine Compa
ny will celebrate this event this your
by a parade on Tuesday afternoon
next at half-past three o'clock. Tho
annual meeting will bo held at Fire
man's Hall on Saturday, tho 21st in
stant, at half-past seven o'clock, at
which time the election of i fllccis will
lake place. Tho company with its
invited guests will assemble at Elliott
J Hook and Ladder Company Hall on i
Tuesday evening, 2 1th inslattl, at
half-past seven o'clock, to join in thu
festivities connected with the anni
versary supper and its attendant plea
sures. Wo do not hesitate in saying,
and wc speak from experience, that
the company has reserved the "best
of tho wine, for the last of the feast.'"
Tho Greenville News of Tuesday
says : It a pears that there was a val
entine parly at the residence of Mr.
.las. Shell, and quite a number of the
young people of the neighborhood
were enjoying the gathering and it
promise I to be a most pleasant affair.
Sin,illy before 1 1 o'clock a difference
occurred between the young menus
they left the house and .several pistol
shots weio heard. A young man
who witnessed lue altercation ran to
the house to report the mailer, and
when ho icturncd two young men,
Willie Parker, ton of Amos Parker,
and J. F. Mai tin, wore found lying j
in the road, the former dead from
three pistol shots and the latter mor
tally wounded, shot in the right tern- j
plo and through tho neck. Of
.Mr. Parker wo know nothing. Mr.
Martin but a short lime ago was a J
clerk in tho store of Mr. J. E. Harrain
of this place ami is well known in!
Tin: Tax on Papku.?A bid lias
boon introduced into Congress by Mr.
Foi l, of Illinois, to placo printing pa
i per and all material used is its manu
' fuclurc on tho free list. The mills of I
tho country have put their price for
newspaper at 9, 10, 11 cents and oven
talk of 12 cents or more, while tho
' labpr cost of its manufacture has not j
J materially increased, and while it can !
i bo profitably manufactured for 7cents!
! a pound, and but for Ihc duly, could
be imported at 7 cents. The present
high price of print paper, if kept up,
will necessitate an advance of the
! price of all classes of poriodioals and j
i books. School books and newspapers
will bo dearer, and thu;; the lax on
pape r will become in reality a tax on
the intelligence of the people. '1 ho
opposition to the bill is influential
and active, and unless tho people of
the country unite in demanding its
passage it will, perhaps fail ofbccom-i
ing alaw. _ '|
Guano Masquerade Ball of ihc
Edisto Rules will toko place at the
'? Fair Building, Thursday evening,
Feb. 2<?, 1SS0, under the auspices of
; the following committees :
! Senior Committee.?Gen. Jas. F.
I I/.lnr, ('apt. S. Dibble, Lieut. G. W.
! Biunson, Theo.'Kohn, Esq., Dr. .1.
('.. Wnnnamnkcr, Col. A. I). Freder
ick, Lieut. C. W. Culler. \Y. J. l)o
Trcvillc, Esq., Jos. Strauss, Esq.
j Junior Committee.?Lieut. Peter
G. Cannon, S. Spiegel, J. S. Er
win, W. L. I/Jar, J. l>. Ileidlm in.
Floor Managers.?Henry Ivohn,T,
j L. Wannamakcr, M. Myers.
Tickets ol Invitation, admitting
gentleman and ladies, one dollai ; lo
ho had of any mom'..er of tho Junior
Committee. Tho tickets arc not trans
Tho ladies' committee will bo in at
tendance i"n 11)0 reception I bom.
Tho gentlemen's committee will be
in attendance in tho dressing room.
Olliccifl and privates of the milita
ry not in coslumc will please appear
Refreshments under the manage
ment of Mr. dos. Eros.
Cokkected Weekly uyJ.C. Pike.
Middling. 12 1-1 !i 12 5-8
Low Middling:.12 u 12 1-1
Ordinary to (Jood.11 a ll 1-2
Oats, per cwt.,.i.75 I
Hill l' I I .mil??^?????mi
G-EO. H, C0RNELS0N,
The undersigned would respectfully in
form the public that he U every day re.
celving huge additions to his already
largo stock in all the different branches
and that tho same will he disposed of at
his old motto, "Large sales and small i
1 am also receiving now mid have in
gfore the following popular brands of
Etiwutl Dissolved Hone.
Kaimt or Potash Salt.
Which will be sold at lowest prices.
I have also been appointed agent for
B, F, Avery & Sons,
( The largest Plow and Wagon Manufac
tory in the world.)
and have received a lot of their One. Two
and Three Horse Wagons, also Plows t
this week. Give mo a call and see for |
GEORGE II. CORNElisON.
Sept. in, [879.
18 e ?
Edison's Electric Light,
Stock worth 100 per share now selling
fr.mi 3,000 lo 5.000. j
t am still selling Lar.dreth\s New Gar
den Seeds for 5 cent.; a pnper, although
some one who .-ells Ferry's Commission t
Seed lias been bo kind as to tell the pco- j
[lie that. I sell old seats; but niy nuiiicr-l
oils customers know Lambeth's Seed bo-j
cause they have tested them, and I will
lie pleased to supply them now, in any
quantity. Also order any variety not on
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
for sa'e low down, to close out my
done on Watches. Clocks, Jewelry, & ?.,
at t easonahlc prices.
Don't forget to cNtunlue our large eollec*
.1 usl recivi ?1 by
W? IT\ I&oliiiisoii,
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
Russell street, Orangeburg, S. C.
Jan. 10, 1SS0? ly
II ? USES.
ONE CAR LOAD
X :I O T s e s .
I will also keep constantly on hand du
ring the season/a well selected stock of
1IQRSES AND MULES
at prices to suit the limes. Those need
1 big stock will do well to call tit my Sta
bler before purchasing elsewhere.
Another lot of
CINCIN K AT I BUGGI ES
will be received in a fuw days.
SATISFACTION GUAR ANTE E D.
B. Frank Slater
Orangeburg, S. C, Nov. 2S, IS70-3|il
rDMlK lands of Ihn late W. M. II III sou
X can be trrated lor at private sale on
a liberal credit. Tin y COIlsiat of '.lie
which will be sold as a whole or in par
cels to .-nit purchaser.
en liufiscll Street, with out-buildlilgs.
TWO L?ds on same side ut Amelia
St i ( ot and fronting it. *
ONELot ou opposite sidejof Amelia
I?ev. J. I). Ilrowil, at tho residence,
'and W. F. 11.it-son. at tho'Olllce lot. will
! ?ive every Inforniation in relation there
lo. M. M. I1UTSON.
Sept. 2(1-11' Executrix.
Attorney and ConnselloT at fcaw
j (Cor. Church St. Paul's Street.)
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
j Dec U-ff
HENRY K 0 H N
^ BJLXiAHirGXS of WINTER ?
4 ' "?1
?DRY GOODS ?
? ' " . a
? CLOTHING S
5AND ALE HEAVY GOODS.'*
^ Notwltstanding tbosteady advanco of all goods the remnant of winter goods |>*
M must be sold to maku'i'ooiu ft?r
ii.'OW IS YfTtat TIME FOR BARGAINS.
T I iE IST I I Y K ? H IST
"Wliite Sewing* Machies,
The Star Cotton Fertilizer.
Another lot of this, pure rawbono nin
monialed Fertilizer on the way. The
quality is identical with the (Joe's and
Mapcs. To Cash buyers a favorable
R ED R U S T PROOF
For Spring sowing, just in this wick.
LIiPj &c. &c.
John ^ Hamilton.
Oct 11, 1S71).
JAMES VAN TASSEL
~is agent for the sale of the celebrated
DALD MOUNTAIN CORN WHISKEV,
the purest brand in the known world
CALL! CALL!! CALL!!!
^ r ,
and sample for once in your lives a pure
It has no equal. Also on hand the cheap
? a ? I*
est brands of
SMOKING and CHEWING TOBACCO
., ??'.*'? X < i
in tl.e market.
A full line of Staple ami Fancy
Cheap-, r than the Cheapest.
(live me a call and be convinced that
this advertisement is no humbug.
JAMES VAN TASSEL,
' At M tiller's OKI Stand.
REV. S. T. HALLMAN is prepared to
?Q FRAME PICTURES Of a!! sizes in
'.he neatest style of the art, and at lower
rales,-fur cash, (linn can be done else
where in the county. Picture Hangings
also furnished on the most liberal terms.
All parties desiring work done in the
above line wouldsdo well to give him a
t all at his house in Lyon's Township, or
at Dr. S. A. Reeves. Satisfaction guar
uuteed. April 3?;bnos
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD'.
Coinincnhig November 30th, 1S7P,
Trains will run as follows:
(Dally Except Sundays.)
Leave Charleston.7 1)0 a m I) 00 p m
Arrive at Columbia .11 15 a m C 50 a m
Leave Columbia'..4 15 p in 030 p in
Arrive at ChtirlcVn... 0 30"p in 7 22 a ni
Leave Charleston.0 00 a in 10 l? p m
Ai rive lit Augusta.3 40 p in "8 35 a fn
Leave Augusta.".8-00 a in 7 -10 p in
Arrive at Charlcs*i....2 l? p in 5 50 a in
(Daily. Except Sunday.)
Leave Charleston.7 00 a in
Arrive at Chnxleu..1 20 p tit
Leave Cnmden.?.??.......2 15 p ui
Arrive at Charleston...o 30 p m
'Trains leaving Charleston a( 7 a in anil.
Columbia 4, '18 i> in make close connection
with Greenville and Columbia.Railroad
to and from Walhalla Greenville, Ander?
son, Spartiinhurg, Flat Rock and Uen
tlcrsonvillu and Luureus on Tuesday,
Thnr.-day ami Saturday. Trains leaving
Columbia at 4 15 p ui, make close con
nection with trains of Charloae, Colum
bia and Augusta Railroad, from Char- ?
lotte. Richmond, Washington and all
Trains leaving Charleston at 0 00 a m
and 1Q 15 p 111 and Augusta at S 00 a m
and 7 40 p m make connections daily with
Trains ot Central Railroad of Qeorgia,
and of Ilm Georgia Railroad for Maeon,
Atlanta and all points west and southwest
John It. L'KCK, Oen. Supt.
D. C. ALLEN, Gen. Pass, and T. Agt.
In addition to the large nn<l elegantly
assorted stock of Dry Goods, Roots and
Shoes, Hals, ?SC., ?vc, also
of the best quality, cheaper than can bo
bought any where else. The Hoest anil
best stock of
The prices of which have just been re
duced 25-'to 50 cents per gallon. *'
D. E. SMOAK & CO.
Have Httted up their up-stairs, and laid
in- a .-lock 9&,*000 of the llnest. best and
cheapest assortment of
to bu found between Columbia and
Charleston. If yon arc in'necd of a suit
at any price, Pants. Goat or Vest, don't
tail to sec tbelli before hnylng. Jiiit re
ceived, 150 barrels of
Which will be sold cheaper than the
same quality can be bought in Charles
ton, make room for
to be In by the |lr*t of November.
RUST PROOF WHEAT & OATS
D. E. SMOAK A CO.
Orangeburg, fci.C. - June 27 l|