Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Orangeburg democrat. (Orangeburg, S.C.) 1879-1881, July 30, 1880, Image 4',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
In the heart's remotest chamber,
Penciled on it--5 ruby walls.
Where the light oldays ib/partcd
With a mournful glory falls,
There tire many faithful pictures
Upon which we love to giujc,
For tllvO-' Sro the smiling taees
Of i by i'rjemls of other days.
This secret', solitary chamber
Echoes music to our ear;
Echoes music that, we sometimes
Almost hold our breath to hear:
Voices of the loved departed
Fill the we:try heart with palh,
As they eelio sweetly, sadly.
Like some hair forgotten strain.
?There arc calumnies against
which even innocence loses courage.
?Better be upright and want, than
wicked and have a superabundance.
?Industry need not wish, and he
who lives upon hope will die of fasting.
?General Grant is going to cross
the waters again, to be absent a year.
?Life, as wc call it, is nothing but
the edge of the boundless ocean of
?The New .York Truth, a staunch
Republican journal lilt her los is out
for Hancock and English.
?A year of pleasure passes like a
floating breeze, hut a moment of mis
fortune seems an age ol pain.
?Cameron's health is suddenly
bettor. He will undertake to convoy
the Republican ticket after all.
?Marriages in May are said to he
unlucky ; but then so are those in
Juno, July, September?and in fact
all the other months.
?It is said thai Gohkling has com
mit led Riii he's 11 nest passages to
inemoiy, and rolls tlleui out with an
unction, full chest nolcs, and a bass
like an Organ.
Conkling calls Gar II eld's nomina
tion the "monumental blonder of the
ago." lie says if elected the "?Rev
erend" James Abraham " will elect
?A phnbury man thinks the last
week was an eventful one in his histo
ry, lie took in a oticus Monday, an
election Tuesday, a wedding Wed
nesday, and a hanging Thursday.
?Bret Harte spoke of a man hav
ing a hard row to boo, und all the
Englishmen pricked up their oars and
gave him the benefit of having origi
nated the cutest saying of the decade.
?The first thing a man does when
he gets miffed at his local paper be
cause it failed to notice in pica type
that he bad whitewashed his hen
house, is to como in and order it
?The man who is curious to sco
bow the world could get along with
out him can find out by sticking a
cambric needle into a mill pond and
then* withdrawing it and looking at
?The Albany Times says: "Whilst
fishing for shad the other day, a New
burger caught a twenty-two pound
bass. There's no telling what be
might have caught had he been fish
ing for bass."
?Behold that man with lordly
gait; why docs he hold his head so
straight? 'Tis not for pride of wealth
or fame, nor glory of ancestral name,
nor 3'ot that gems his garments deck ,
he's got a boil upon his neck.
?There is an article going the
rounds under the iiiio ''how to avoid
bad butter." We should say a good
way to do it would be not to go near
the biamcd old gout, and if he comes
near you, climb over Ihc fence and
Hip up the back stairs.
?Duty and Ought are the great
words of morality. They have cx
actly the same meaning. Duty is
that which is due. The ought is that
which is owed. Indeed Ihc word
"ought" is best an obsolete form of
the word *'ovcd."
?Gen. Aiphcus Baker, of Louis
ville, a Southern man, proposes that
the soldiers who fought on the oppo
site sides in the late war, and the
friends of representative government
in the United States, assemble on the
field of Gettysburg and there ratify
the nomination of Hancock and Eng
?This is about lha diagnosis of the
condition of the Radical press : ''Let's
see. Didn't Hancock, while iu com
mand at New Orleans- or?ah?that
is to say, wasn't it during the Surralt
trial that he?that is to say, wasn't
it. tmid that ho?cr?ah?oh pshaw !
we mean that wasn't it while he was
in the army, long before the war, thai
ho?cr?ah. Oh, bo's no better than
be should ho, anyway I" *
Is wonderful in its concoptlon, uik
precoriontod for doing a largo rango of
cowing in toxtllo fabrics and loathor. Its
motions are continuous, admitting of an
oxtraordinary rato of speed, oithor by
stoam or foot powor. Evory motion of tho
treadle makes six stltchos, thus produc
ing about ono-ihird moro work Ina day
than other Sowing Machines. It has no
stop cviotiens, and tightens tho stitch with
tho nscdlo out of tho fabric. It usos tho
woll-known Wilson Compound Feori on both sidos of tho noodlo. It
has two-thirds ioia parts than r<ny o>t',or first-class Scvvitig tYIaoriinu.
Its arm Is fully eight and one -half inches long and tlvo and ono-half
Inchos high, and tho wholo P.^nchirio is very compactly and scion
tiflcaily constructed In proparvions, ele^nnco, design and apponr
anco. It3 simple, powerful and perfect mechanism places it as far
in advanco of all othor Sawiric; ftfachirios as the telephone is suporior
to tho tin speaking tube. The WILSON MENDING ATTACHMENT,
ror repairing ail kinds of textile fabrics WITHOUT PATCHING, fur
nished FRIES! with all WILSON 8EWINQ MACHINES, together with
a Tucker, Ruffler, Border. Sot of Mom rzi?ra. Binder, etc.
These Machines arc on exhibition and for sale by
Orangehurg, S. C, Nov. 7lh, 1ST!).?tf
A PURELY VEGETABLE REMEDY
For Internal and Extornal Oso,
Is a SURE CURE for all tlio Diseases for which It is rocommcndcJ,
and Is ALWAYS PERFECTLY SAFE In Hid hands of
even tho ir.cst Inexperienced persons.
Tl ia a mr? nnd qnlck remedy for COUC3IIS, SOUII
TIIKOAT, ? Iii niicl Klnillf.r tionblfen; afford* burton! relief
In the most malignant form? of PIPFITHEIUA. ami in tub bent
known remody lor KHEUrtfATIBItt nntl NKUItAIAilA.
THE OLDEST, BEST, AN?lWOST W8DELY KNOWN
FAMILY MEDICINE IN THE WORLD.
It tins brm iihimI with mich wonderful nnccrss (? nti
parts of Ihr trnr.M for CHAMPS, CIIOI.KUA, IM A K H 11 (I'. A ,
OVNUNTHUV, and nil IIOWEIj t'O.tll'I,AIM'S, Mitl it U
eonnidcrcd an unfa Hinget: re for Ihrer dieemer.
HAS STOOD THE TEST OF 40 YEARS' CONSTANT
USE IN ALL COUNTRIES AND CLIMATES.
It la RECOMMENDED I?y PhynlcinitH, ."UlKKlnnnrloji,
IUIntnur*, RlnntuicrH nf Plnntntionn, Work - sIx?pm. ntul
Factories, Nurses In IIoHpItnls?in Hliort, by Everybody
everywhere who Imh cy? r (riven it n trial.
IT IS WITHOUT A RIVAL AS A LINIMENT.
Tt r.liouM alwiyn W> iiR.<t for I'tiln in the Hnelt mill Hide,
nil<l hrinnt tjni.ij und permanent relief In all CMCS Of llriltsCrt,
Cuts, Spriiini", Movere Burns Scnitjs, etc.
NO PAM1I/V t!AN 8AFE1.Y HE WITHOUT IT. It will
annually Bavo many tinicH it? cost in doctors' bills, ami H<i \rUo.
brini? it within tlio reach nf.nll. It in aold r.t SMc. GOc. ami S1.00
n bottle, and can I?; obtained from all drUKKlsts.
PERRY DA VHS & SON, Providence, R. 1.
Miry 11,1 SSO?Gin
DRY GOODS IIAVE DECLINED AT
The protracted inactivity of trade link induced manufacturers of Dry Goods to
work oft*their immense stocks on hand by a general reduclion ol prices.
Irl E N R .Y KO JI 1ST
Taking advantage of the opportunity now oilers
fiOO PIECES CALICO
?00 PIECES CALICO
AT SEVEN CENT^P
AT SEVEN CENTS.
These Prints are all new and choice. Standard makes and fast colors.
All other goods have been marked down in proportion.
SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
All kinds of Black ank Fancy Dross Goods from H 1 I cents per yard to the finest
goods imported, selling rapidly at our low popular prices.
WHITE DRESS GOODS
Including Figured and Doited Swiss Lace striped and cheeked (-'ambries, Nain
sooks, Piques, Marseilles, etc.
HOSIERY and GLOVES.
The host English, German and French makes i;i Cloves and Stockings in plain
and fancy colors. Lisle Thread, Balbriggnu and Silk for Misses, Ladies and Gen
ROY'S and MEN'S
In this line I am tho acknowledged leader as regards styles and low prices.
Goods are heller made, heller trimmed, and cut in heller style than can he found in
any other Clothing Houses.
Our reputation in keeping in the besl assortment and the very best qualities for
the least money is .-^lill maintained. Ask for the celebrated hand made Slock, every
? The King Of all Sewing Machines
rn?<* ??Wliite?' Sftiiittlo Sowiii"; lUUicliiiic.
Laic improvements nt iiin perfected?Terms and prices to suit.
I terick's 3?attei?ils
For Spring and Summer wear?if you cannot come for a Fashion paper, send for
lice of charge.
We 'particular invite our Friends and Patrons to call early to .secure the Bargains
beforo they are ?U gone. Respectfully
II E N It Y K O II M.
P. G. CANNON,
Grim and Loclcsmith.,
and dealer in
GunSi 3?istols and General Hardware.
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
KEEPS constantly on linnd a full find complete stock of (.'uns and Pistols of
every descfiplirtn, Poekel Knives, Tublo Knives and Forks. Spoons, Scissors,
nud in fact' almost anything in the Ilardwifrc line. I mnke u specialty of Curpon
iits'Tunis. farming Implements, Cooking Utensils, Fishing Tackle, Sportsmens1
Conds, sticli as Shot, Powder, Gun wads, etc., etc., also
THE LIGHT RUNNING REMINGTON SEWING MACHINE,
The best and cheapest Machine manufactured.
The piddle are cordially invited to examine my stock before purchasing as I am
determined not to he undersold. Repairing of all kinds done with neatness and
dipateb. P. G. CANNON.
Orangebiirg, S. C, Jan. ::<), 1SS0?1-y
F R E S IT ARRIVALS
mm i. mm? ?mm*
MY STOCK' COMPRISES
Ui\y Goods and Groceries
IN GREAT VARIETY.
The Dry Goods embrace Ladies and Mens Dress Good*, White and Colored
^ Cotton Goods, Prints, Men's and Hoys' Clothing, Hats and Cap*,
Boots find Slioes,
To suit all classes. Also full lines of
GROCERIES AND TOBACCOS,
And in fact everything to he found in a flrsl class store.
Thanking the public for their generous patronage in the past, I respectfully
solicit a continuance of the same, promising to sell everything hi the lowset possi
ble price. The highcr-t market price paid for
Cotton, Corn, Peas, Rice, &c.
And all other Country Produce. A call solicited. No trouble In show goods.
JOHN C. PIKE,
Orangeburg, S. C, Mar 2S-tf Corner Church and Russell .Streets.
ICE CREAM ICE CREAM
GOOD NEWS !
Re-opening of Joseph Eroes5 Ice Cream ,
Stop and refresh yourself, having done so, carry some home in a neat little patent
Ice Cream l.ag [for which no cbargej for your wives, sisters, cousins, aunts and
Oi*angel>"u.x?g Ice Hotise !
lee for sale in any quantity, send rope or bag to save expenses.
' am also still keeping the finest assortment of
Oranges. Lemons, and Nuts of all descriptions, cheaper than any whore.
SOMETHING NEW AND DELICIOUS
In housekeeping Shcpp's Desslcated Cocoa Nut, also fresh Raisins, Currants,
Citron, Canned goods.
FINE CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES
and smokers articles. Call on'ce and j'ou will call again.
Orangeburg, S. C, Sept. 20-tf
I!! I!!! I!!! I!!! I!!! I!!I I !!! I!!! ?Ti
ADVERTISE a largo and varied slock of Goods, consisting in part of
Sugar, Tea, Soap. Tinware. Lemons, butter Nuts,
Codec, Spieo, Sapolio, Stoneware, Oranges CocoaNuts,
bacon, Ginger, Washing Soda, Glassware, Apples, Pecans,
Flour, Pepper, Lye, Crockery ware. Cabbages, Almonds,
laird. Nutmegs, Potash, Wooden ware, Confectionery, Currants,
Hams, Copperas, Starch, Sitters, Gaudy, ' Prunes.
In fact the 1urges- and best variety of Fancy and Staple Groceries kept in Orange
burg, at prices Ten to Twenty percent less than any house in town.
I mean just what I eay,
I'll sell for less than any one,
Or give my goods away.
A. B. WAIKER,
Orangeburg, April I. 1870. Leader of bow Prices.
TAK K A CHKT1KK-ATE
IMutual Endowment Assess
OF 15 A LT I MORE. '
'IM I is scheme of Lifo Insurance Is j?ot
( 1 leu iip by the best business 111011 of
i Hu I timorous a unit mil protection among
I its member*. It is bused upon purely
I business principles aw' is perfectly rclia
i ble, a Hording the safest ami cheapest plan
: <ni which life risks can he taken. Mr. J.
8. Alb.ngotii represents the company for
this county ami will issue certificates.
lit) invites examination and will be
j pleased to give nil Information needed.
April 2nd, 1.SS0.?Um
(Formerly McDowell House)
IIENDEHSONVILI.E, N. C.
JlL House, the undersigned begs leave
to inform the traveling public that he has
furnished it throughout in modern style,
and will endeavor to keep a llrst cjasfl
house. The proprietor will g|ve his per
sonal attention to tin; house, and do all
in his power to make guests comfortable.
The table will be BUpplied with the best
the market atibrds. Polite and attentive
servants. Terms moderate.
A..I. DODAMEAD, Proprietor.
(Formerly of the Virginia House, Colum
bia, ?. C.
.1. It. Tn.veKAM, Clerk.
(hale of the Columbia Hotel. Colum
bia, S. C. Ajtrll 2d, 1SS0
Im a compound of tbo virtues of sarsapa
rilla, HtUlhigia, mandrake, yellow dock,
with the iodulo of potash and iron, all pow
erful blood-making, blood-cleansing, and
life-sustaining elements. It is tbo purest,
safest, nnd iu every way tbo moat effectual
alterative inedicluo known or available to
tbo public. Tbo sciences of inodiclno and
chemistry bavo never produced so valua
ble a remedy, nor ono so potent to euro
all diseases resulting from Impure blood.
It cures Scrofula, and all scrofulous
diseases, Erysipelas, Kose, or St. An
thony's Firo, Plmplos nnd Fncc
grubs, Pustules, Blotches, Boils, Tu
mors, Tetter, Humors, Salt Ithoum,
Scald-head, Ringworm, Ulcers, Sores,
Bbeumatlsm, Mercurial Dlseaso,Neu
ralgla, Femalo Weaknesses and Ir
regularities, Jaundice, Affections of
the Liver, Dyspepsia, Emaciation,
and Goncral Debility.
By its searching and cleansing qualities
it purges out the foul corruptions which
contaminate the blood, anil cause de
rangement and decay. It stimulates and
enlivens tbo vital functions. It promotes
energy and strength. It restores and pre
serves health. It infuses now lifo and
vigor throughout tbo whole system. No
sufferer from any disease wbicbarises from
impurity of tbo blood need despair, who
will givo Avkb's Sajisai'aiiilla. a fai?
trial. Remember, the earlier tbo trial,
the speedier tbo cure.
Its recipe has been furnished to physi
cians everywhere; and tboy, recognizing
its superior qualities, administer it in their
For nearly forty years Ayf.h's Sar
sapahilla has been widely used, and it
now possesses tbo confidence of millions
of people who bavo experienced benefits
from its marvellous curativo virtues.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Go.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
? old ST ali. druggists EVEnTWHEBH.
October 8, 1870?ly
How Watches are Made.
TT will be apparent to any one who will
A examine a SOLID Goi.n Watch, that
aside from the necessary thickness for
engraving and polishing, a large propor
tion of the precious metal used, is need
ed only to stillen and bold the engraved
portions in place? and supply the neces
sary solidity and strength. The surplus
gold i< actually needless so far as utili
ty and beauty are concerned. In JAME?
BOSS' RATEN I'GOLD WATCH CASES
this waste of preciou-: metal Is overcome.
and the SAMK SOLIDITY ANl> stuknutii
produced at from one-third to one-half
of the usual cost of solid eases. The pro
cess is of the nioit simple nature, im lol
lows: a plate of iiickle composition met
al, specially adapted to the purpose, lias
two plates of SOLID GOLD soldered one
on each side. The three are then passed
between polished steel rollers, and the
result i? a strip of heavy plated composi
tion, from which the oa?e?, backs, cen
tres, bezels. &C. are cut and shaped by
suitable dies and formers. The gold in
these cases Is sufllcieiitly thick to admit
of all kinds of chasing, "engraving and
enamelling; the engraved cases have
been carried until worn perfectly
smooth by time and use without remov
ing the gold.
THIS IS THE ONLY CASE MADE
WITH TWO PLATES OF SOLID GOLD
AND WARRANTED BY SPECIAL
For sale by all Jewelers Ask for Il
lustrated Catalogue, and to see warrant.
March 12. lSSO?ly
At the People's Bakery*
BY THE PRESENT PROPRIETOR
Who is still ready and willing to
' O.A. EES
of all descriptions.
G U N O E R S
by the barrel or box.
BREAD FOR CAMP-MEETINGS,
Any other meetings at short notice.
JUST RECEIVED FRESH CONFEC
TION AR YS. FANCY GOODS AND
NOTIONS, which will be sold as low as
any that can be bought In Orangeburg.
Thankful for the past patronage of my
friends and the public I still solicit a con
tinuance of their custom.
T? W. ALBERGOTTI,
Next door to Mr. J. P. Ilarlcj-.
Orangcburg, Sept 18,1878 ly
IN PLANTATION GOODS,
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
St. Matthews S. C.
We respectfully call tbo attention of
the fanners to our goncral stock
of GOODS and solicit a call whenever
they visit St. Matthews, A full and
fresh stock constantly In scortf.