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OlUNGEUUItU, S. C, OCT. 15. 1880.
Democracy?tho people rulo ; and
their voice, whether mirrored in Con
vention or thunder at the polls, can
not be laid aside.
Some one wants to know if Geergo
Boliver is a carpet-bagger or scalla
wag. He is a pretty bad cross be
tween the two, with a little sprinkling
It took sis drinks of mean whiskey
backed by tho news from Indiana, to
raise enough "hail Columbia" feeling
in one idiotic fiecdman to make him
sing out hurrah for Gai field !
Do you see anything significant in
the little clumps of Radicals standing
around conversing in low whispers:
They have not been out of their holes
before, some of them, since '7G.
Mr, W. M. Sain is building a fine
dwelling on his lot, corner of Railroad
Avenue and Five Notch Road. Con
tractor Tucker has the job and is
making rapid headway already.
Prof. W. XV, Duncan will preach at
White House and Bethel at 11 o'clock
A. M. and half-past 3 P. M. on the
fourth Sunday in November instead
of tho fourth Sunday in this month as
The Sunday School Missionary So
ciety of St. Paul's Church will hold
its monthly meeting in the Methodist
Church on next Sunday afternoon at
half-past 4 o'clock. The public are
invited to attend.
If Sidney Smith, whose genial na
ture was a well-spring of pleasure to
his friends, had suffered with an in
active liver he would have used Port
aline, or Table 1**8 Vegetable Liver
Powder. Price 50c. For sale by
Dr. J. G. Wannamakcr. 2
The news from Ohio and Indiana
has had a most happy effect on Dr.
Webster. It has completely cured
him of the "dry grins," fiom which lie
hud been suffering since the Maine
election. You will have then; worst
than ever after the 3d of November,
Democrats of Orangehurg ! Fix ',
your minds on 1,000 majority for the I
clean, straight Democratic ticket in I
your county, and work squarely ujj to
it. Remember that South Carolina
must follow, the foot steps of her;
sister States, ami increase her Demo
cratic majorities under Democratic;
Oun thanks arc due the committee I
of ladies of the Baptist church at Gra-i
hams for an invitation to attend an
entertainment given on the 18th in
stant. We regret not receiving the
card in time to contribute something
toward the success of the entertain
mcnt, at least by giving it the aid of
our local column.
An enraged colored woman poured
out bottles of wrath, in the shape of
frantic jestures and vulgar anathemas
on tho heads of the colored Democrats
in the procession on Tuesday. The
faroo continued until she saw thei
Middle Pen club numbering some fif
ty colored men in red jackets, when
she left in disgust.
Several people have asked us what
Lathrop was politically. Wo think lie j
is a pure, unadulterated Radical. If!
he believes in that side its nobody's]
business, but let him come out like |
a man and show his hand, instead of]
tryiug to make people believe he is
a Democrat in daytime, and at night
sneak around and hobnob with ne
It does seem to us that every Dem
oorat in the county can inflenue one J
Republican vote. Spot your man,
show him by kind and gentle argu
ment the benefits of Democratic rule
and the evils of Republican govern j
mcnt. Do this and the prosperity of J
ourselves, our families our children,
our county, our Mate and our Nation
Principles and nob men. But n
moment's reflection, and every man,
good and true, in Orangeburg county
and the Stute will put bis foot on poi
aonal bickering, and throw his whole
soul, strength and influence for our
National State and County Ticket.
Wo can win, wo must win nod we
'will win. Lot cvory Democrat in the
county and Stale and Nation form
this conclusion, and victory on the
2nd of November is certain. Re
member Principles and not Men arc
We understand that the Fdisto,
Rowcsville, Qranchvillo and Cow Cas
tle Democratic clubs will have o grand
rally and barbecue at some central
point on the last Saturday of tho pres
ent month which will be Ilm ??lh in
stant. Bpeu nr.. Will be. present and
the occasion is expect lo be one ol
great interest to the Democratic
voters of our county. Let there bo a
turnout that will do credit lo the
communities and honor to the county.
White and colored citizens arc invited
Dots.?Who said Indiana was go
Boys, wo feel badly about this Iudi
If you want to get fresh crackers of
any sort always call at Jos. Eros. *
Somebody chalked 329 on the post
olUce and other places on Tuesday
For a really good sogar or segar
holder, pipes, smokers' articles call
at Jos. Eros. *
For fresh canned goods, potted
meats, jellies, raisons, currants, cit
rous, dateu go to Jos. Eros. *
Ihe fronts of the stores of Messrs.
Henry and Theodore Kohn were ap
propriately decorated on llagood's
The horse of Mr. A. M. Salley ran
away with his little son on Tuesday
but fortunately did no harm to the
Cigars and tobacco of all qualities
and prices by the box or by small
quantities for Bale low down at J. I.
Mr. T. W. Albcrgotti, the baker,
had his store appropriately decorated
on last Tuesday in honor of the meet
ing of the Democracy.
Genuine gosben butter at 30cents
per pound, and choice hams at 10
cents per pound at J. I. .Sorreutrue.
Give him a call. *
Where else can you gel nicer ap
ples, oranges, nuts of all sorts, cab
bages, onions, potatoes than at Jos.
Eros' fruit store. *
Henry Smith, a staunch and fearless
colored Democrat, rode at tho head of
tbo columu on Tuesday, carrying tbo
banner of the Democracy.
The committee who have in charge
the Young America Fair are request
ed to meet at the store of Mr. Henry
Kohn this afternoon at four o'clock.
Webster denies putting a pistol in
our postoffjeo box. Our devil says
he did, and knowing the two, as well
as wo do, we aro compelled to believe
Dr. Webs'.or feels so good over the
Indiana eleclion that it is doubtful if
be ever I rat lee horses with another
negro as long as he lives. We con
gratulate the liegr08.
Boliver, Webstor, Lathrop & Co.
held a caucus in the poslolliee on
Wednesday night when important
matters rolative to the forthcoming
tickot wore discussed.
The election came oil In Georgia
last week, Colquitt's majority over !
Norwood in something over 11 fly !
thousand votes. There will be no cf-!
fort to break that election.
Ready for inspection at Jos. Eros'
the largest and most varied assort
ment of Hue candies, put up in 1-4,
1-2, and 1 pound boxes. The only
place to get candies always fresh,
pure and at bottom prices. "
On Tuesday night last a group of
colored men at DeMar's corner were
discussing the evonts of the day when
j William llrown, Edward Darlington
j and Primus Berwick indulged in the
most abusive and incendiary language
against tbo whito people of our town.
They oursed Senators Hampton and
i Butler in no unmeasured terms, stig
matized the Edisto Rifles as a set of
I damn cowards, who had signals to
j regulate their action?three taps of
the church bell to meet, four taps to
to stand and live taps to run away.
When some bystander romarked that
the citizens could obtain help in case
of trouble, they replied that before
bolp could arrive, Orangeburg would
be made so hot from the flames that
help could not come inside the town.
It wus asserted that the colored peo
ple had gnus as well as tbo Edisto
Rifles and oould use them, hut the
brick bats on tbo Courthouse Square
were enough to whip them with. The
most bitter words wcro otnploycd to
express their hatred of the while peo
j plo and the moAl violent threats made
against the peace and safety of our
citizens. This is but the outcropping
of Boliver and Webster's teaching to
the colored people and it is the duly
of every good citizen, wiiite and col
ored, to rebuke this inflammatory
spirit wherever it may manifest it
self. Such colored men us Ihcse
should be made lo understand that
lungungo of this sort cannot be in
dulged in with impunity, and if any
thing Imppem; to the citizens or town
of Qrangeburg, Boliver, Webster and
Straker should be held to a strict ac
count. The above facts are vouched
for by several gentlemen who heard
Compound Extract Bucuu, com
posed of huchu leaves, dandelion
root, acotate potash, juniper berries,
praeiau brava, and oalinsonia root.
All of which are highly valued diur
etic , kidney stimulants and dopur
[ ants. The failure of the act'ona of
; the kidneys ia a source of many dis
? tressing diseases. T!;is medicine
produces a hearty action ol the
j kidneys, removes from the blood the
urea and uric acid, which if allowed
to remain and accumulate would in
duce rheumatism, gooty affections
pains in back and loins. This valua
bio medicine is for sale by Dr. J. G
Wannamnkcr. Price 75 cents per hot
In order that our colored peop'.o
might know what manner of man Geo.
Boliver is, who suffers no opportuni
ty to pass unimproved which might
secure him a vote, wo give them tho
following piece of information obtain
ed from one who wno p witness of tkc
occurrence. In one of his speeches
at Brunehvillo during tho campaign
of 1S7G or 1878 when ho had several
while listeners, Mr. Boliver spoke
with so littlo regard to truth and pil
ed up falsehood upon falsehood with
such brazen all'rontery that a number
of while gentlemen approached him
when alone, and no colored person
being near, and asked what made him
tell the negroes so many lies when he
know he was lying all the timo? Mr.
Boliver very naively replied, "Why
I'm obliged to lie to the d?in rac
cals or they wont vole for me."
Our colored citizens can think of
this from now until the election, and
determine whether they will support
a man for any office whatever who
believos them to be such "d?m ras
cals" that it is necessary to lie in or
der to secure their votes.
National Surgical Institute.?
One of the Surgeons of this old and
notable Institute will visit Orange
burg, S. C. Nov. 1, and 2 inst 1880
stopping at the Meroncy House. The
object of this visit is to give the nfliic
ted an opportunity for examination at
or neartheii homes, thus saving hope
less cases the expense ol a tlip to At
lanta. A careful examination will be
made, and pationts can learn if their
cases are curable or can be bcnelitted,
and whether it will be necessary for
them to visit the. Institute. In such
cases as can be cured, or treatment
begun at home, arrangements can be
made with our visiting Surgeon, and
treatment commenced at once. Cases
of Deformities and Chronic Diseases
will be examined, such as Club Feet,
Diseases uT tlio Hip, Spine and .Joints,
Paralysis, Piles, Fistula, Catarrh,
Female ami Private Discuses, and
Diseases of the Eye, Ear, etc. Come!
early, as the visit is limited to the
time staled. For circulars and full
par licnlars, address.
National Surgical Institute,
Atlanta, Ga. 8t
We regret to announce the death:
of Margaret Ellen Rhond, little
daughter of Meld red S. and J. D.
Rhond, which occurred at Branch
villc S. C. on Wednesday morning.
Oct. 0, 1880. of congestion. We
knew this dear littjo girl and no
sweeter (lower was ever plucked from
its mother's heart or dearer cord to
hind a father's love severed than lit*
tie Maggie. After a short illness ol
only a day and half, and in her ninth
year, ninth mouth and ninth day, she
was taken from the sorrows of earth
to the joys of heaven to be an angel
spirit ever hovering atound the dear
ones of her eaithly home. We ten
der our warmest sympathy to the be-1
reeved parents who feel the blow j
more keenly because of their absence j
from home during their Childs sick- j
We clij) the following from a letter
recent published in the NcUii und
Courier : "We have one very peculiar
establishment in this town. It is
different from any other in the coun
try. Mr. C. D. Kortjohn keeps
a cheap cash store. Nothing goes
out of his store without tho money
down. Mr. K. has agents in Charles
ton, Baltimore aud New York, who
make purchases for him, for cash,
whenever bargains arc offered. This
enablcbbim to soli at remarkably low
figures. Mr. Kortjohn sells enor
mous quantities of goods at very low
figures. In fact the most of his goods
are sold for less money than they can
be manufactured. These are facts,
aud we know what we are saying can
not be controverted."
One of prettiest banners, we notic
ed in the precession on Tuesday, was
that of the Ed is to Rifles bearing or.
one side the significant words: '?Ila
gootl, our Colonel in 1861. Hagood,
our General in 18G3. Hagood, our
Commandcr-in-Chicf in 1881 ;" and
on the other, "Kdislo Hilles, 1854."
Tho most laughable, and at the
same time significant, was that of the
Bull Swamp club with the picture of
a powerful bull in pursuit of a carpet
bagger aud about to lift that animal
into the air. The motto, ?'Time to
leave," was very suggestive. Sena
tor Butler objected to it becatiso the
carpetbagger was represented as
about to leave bin hat. He would
rather sec him leave, hat and all.
After the speaking on Tuesday
la?t in which the courso of Mr. Geo.
Boliver was severely criticised by
Senator Butler and his noblo utteran
ces were yet ringing in the cars of
our people, six young Democrats
were invited by Boliver to dunk
?villi him at DcMars' Bar. Five
consented and would have, comprom
; ised their Democratic manhood had
I it not been for the timely rebuke
'given by the sixth. How can we
over expect to break the inlluenco of
Radical leaders if our young men,
and old ones as well, continue to re
gard them as companions and not as
enemies to our manhood and the civi
lization of our race?
Pay your subscription to tho Dem
Ninety-Six, S. C, April 14,1879.-?
Dr.* L. T. Hill.?I have been Buffer
ing from indigestion and dyspepsia
for some time ; bad no appetite, aud
was very restless at night. I pur
chased a bottle of your Hepatic Pan
acea,, and was surprised bow rapidly
I improved after taking a few doses.
I used one bottle, and now I rest
well at nigbt and have a good appe
tite. B. J. Spratt. For sale by S.
All over the eastern and western
cities and towns, pavcrreuts and walls
arc chalked and painted ovor with the
mystic number '?329." It was
thought at first that it was a reference
to the estimated uge of Susan B. An
thony, but the real significance lies in
the fad that it is the number of dot
lars "borrowed" by Garfield of Oakcs
TnnuiuLu Attack*?No more
deadly toe can possibly uttack human
beings than Bilious Fever. This is
caused by b:le not being properly dis
tributed and carried otfiu consequence
of a deranged stato of liver. To cure
and prevent those attacks take .no
medicine, but use Dr Flagg's improv
ed Liver and Stomach Pad.
Oft in the stilly night the sufferer
with piles wondered where he could
obtain relief until he 30ught and found
it in Tabler'8 Buckeye Pile Ointment,
certainly the best remedy for piles.
Price 50c. For snlo by Dr. J. G.
A meeting of the Orangeburg C. II.
Democratic Club is called for Tues
day evening, Oct. 19, 1880. A full
attendance is requested.
B. F. SLATER,
L. H. Wanna maukn, Secretary."
W. B. twillII
Unwell Strei. aud it.-.r
Obers to lire pub ic a well selected .-tue.,
He guarantees satisfaction to all who
will favor him with a call.
W. B. THOMPSON,
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
June 11, ISSO-tf
Just arrived in the latest styles.
HAT and SHAWL PINS,
and every tiling elso hi my lino.
Fresh supply or
LANDRETII'S TURNIP SEED
Will be In July 1st.
Wm IT, J Sol > ill mo 11,
Watchmaker and Jeweller,
Russell Street, Orangeburg, S. C.
Jan. Hi, ly
L. S. WOLFE, D. D. S.,
Graduate of Baltimore Denial College.
Olllet over I). Louis' Store,
Offers his professional services to tin: citi
zens of Orangeburg and adjoining coun
Teeth extracted without pain by the
use ol Nitrous Oxide Gas, toe safest an
:csth? ie known to science. Satlslnctioil
Jan. tfl), 18.^0?ly
H. SP AHR,
W ATCIIMAK E11 AND JEW ELER,
?&c, &c. il'c.
AH those in need of a good pair of
Speeluelos can be perfectly suited.
All repairs carefully ami neatly execu
ted* Prices reasonable. Oct 8
At My otaLies.
HUGHES celebrated, young Stallion,
ARABIAN will bo found, for the
Season, at, my stables on Russell Street.
A tew .Ski.nor MAKK3 will be roeelvcd.
Terms Moderate. W. M. Sain.
Livery & Sale Stables.
NOW READY AND OPEN FOR
INSPECTION AN IM
O T> y Or O o d S ,
SHOES, HATS, &o.
IN ALL LINES.
UN PARA LELLED SUCCESS.
Cafl your favors In early anil ?lten,
nod Obligo Yours trulj ,
GEO. H. 00RNELS0N,
OBANGEBURG, 8. C.
I nra now receiving and opening the
largest stock of
&c, &c., Ac.,
I have nlso fitted up a separate room for
In which the largest Stock ever exhib
ited is displayed, which will be sold very
SADDLES AND HARNESS,
in large variety and at lowest prices
I would also call special attention to a
STOCK OF FURNITURE,
Very pretty suits in Walnut, suoh as
Dressmg Case Suits, Parlor Suits, &c
A car load of new one,*two and three
horse WAGONS will arrive In a few
All of which is exhibited and sold at
low down prices.
GEORGE H. CORNELSON.
Cotton Gins I Presses.
YlfjS still have the Agency for the
Old Reliable Winahip Ginr
Which we are prepared to furnish, either
with or without the Self-Feeder and Con
Wmsliip Patent Cotton Press
nil of which are .
THE BEST IN THE MARKET
and need no recommendation from us.
We are selling them under the guurantee
of tlfj manufacturers, und at their prices
and terms; parties in need of Gins or
Presses will find it .to their Interest to call
and see us. or send for oiir Circular and
prices before placing their orders else
BULL & SCOVILL,?
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
June 25th, 18S0?(Jm
188? FALL OF 1880.
The following additions I was compelled
to make to my general
STOCK OF MERCHANDISE
In order to meet the increasing demands
of my many customers:
all of the best Iron Stono China at 15 per
cent, lower than its real worth.
Tumblers, Goblets. Syrups, Butter
dishes, tic., &o., all of best flint glass at
prices that will astonish the.closest pur
From half pint cup to a four gallon
dish pan all guaranteed to bo made of
the best tin and sold below its real value.
Of all sizes and prices. A call wIR
convince you of the above facta:
1 am also In receipt of :j large and well
assorted stock of
CLOTHING AND SHOES
of every grade. I will not pretend to
oner them below cost, but will adhere to
my motto to make "Quick soles and
Remember that all the GoodsWought nre
subject to exchange or money refunded,
if not satisfactory at ? . i
J. I. SORENTKOT/S,
Proprietor of tho California 8tore.
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
nnhis School opens on the First Monday
J. in September annually and continues
uninterruptedly until the last Friday in
TERMS PKK MONTH.
First Grade, advanced English.$?.00
Second Grade, Grammar pupil?. 2.f.G
Third Grade, beginners. 2 00
Latin and Greek, each extra. ftO
Students may enter at any time during
tho term, and arc eharged only from date
of entrance. Assistance will be employ
ed if necessary.
Board may he had with the Principal
at twelve dollars per mouth, including
lights and washing; or nt eight dollars
whon the student goes home on Friday
and returns on Monday of euoh week.
Other good families will Ink's boarders
on same terms.
Students nre prepared for the Sopho
more class of any college.
No Intercourse allowed between boys
and girls. This Is positive.
HUGO G. SIIE1U D A .<,Principal.
j JAMES CANNON,TAILOR,
Respectfully informs the public that ho
J has removed his Tailor Shop from the
j Public Square to Middle-ton Street oppo
site Mr. Str u-j;>' PCsldouoe. where all
work in bis line will bo neatly and pi emo
tiv executed ns heretofore. All new
work guaranteed. . 3mo?