Newspaper Page Text
A. I?tvi>oi- lbxlio People,
OllANGEBUKG, S. 0., NOV. 5. 1880.
Three pound cans of pie peaches at
20 cents at Jos. Eros' store. *
A man called Gop. Boliver a liar
to his teeth on election day, and ho
seemed to believe him.
Ned Anderson, Mr. Sain's driver,
was kicked by a mule on Tuesday
evening and badly injured.
"Wo cant give the exact figures of
our majority in this county, but it is
something over 300. Next week we
will give the official count.
400 pounds choice green tea at
Kortjohn's at 40, 50 75 cents and $1
per pound. No greater bargains have
ever been offered and don't you forget
Boliver got thirty white votes at
this poll. We would like tc see these
thirty misguided white men together.
It would be a queer collection, no
From every part of the couuty we
hear of frauds committed by the Re
publicans. At this precinct two ne
groes were arrested for trying to vote
two tickets folded together.
It is reported that Boliver and Liv
ingston will decline to surrender their
offices to their Democratic succes
sors. They intend this as a kind of
drj' joke, no doubt.
Judge Bryan's decision in reference
to the deputy marshals knocked spots
into Pill Garlick's bulldozing calcula
tions on Tuesday. After reading it
be looked like a sheep stealing cur.
Korljohn is selling goods 50 per
cent, less than he was two weeks ago.
Now is your chance to get bargains.
Three rols of carpeting have just arriv
ed with orders to sell immediately. *
The negroes at Johnson's, in Edge
field Count}', attempted to seize the
ballot-box, in which the Democrats
had a majority, but were repulsed.
One negro was killed and three badly
'I lie entire stock of goods at Kort
john's is now offered to the public at
20 per cent, below the market price.
Don't forget it. Coats, overcoats,
pants, shirts, hats and a full stock of
ladies dress goods. *
Wo notice a supply of looking
glasses at Kortjohn's store consign
ed by New York bouses with orders
to sell at once. You cau get a glass
at from 5 cents to S8. Go at once
and secure $2 worth of goods for 81. *
Permanent relief for dyspepsia,
sour stomach, billiousness, and all
diseases ot a disordered liver can be
had by using Portaline, or Tabler's
Vegetablo Liver Powder. Price 50c.
White's Cream White Vermifuge isi
the best worm killer. For salo by
Dr. J. G. Wannamaker.
Among the concerns charged by the
Newark, N. j., Deraocratio newspa
pers with being especially active in |
bulldozing their workmen und labor-;
ers for Garficld, are the Clark's (O.
N.T.) thread manufacturers and the i
Singer Sewing Machine Co. South
ern dealers and consumers take no- j
Du. J. G. Wannamaker is pleased
to inform his pntrons that be has se
cured a stock of "Pulmona," the cele
brated Medicine for Cough's, Throat
and Lung Trouble that has been
working such wonderful cures in
other sections. It is worth a trial.
Price 50 cts. Call and see circular
and certificates. a
Wo mean what we say and wc say
it in the simplest way, Coussens'
Lightoing Liniment is the best Lini
ment in the world for rheumatism,
lame back, neuralgia, warts, corns
and sore throat. Price 50 cents.
White's Cream While is the best
worm killer. For sale by Dr. J. G.
Time is Shout.?Prof. Van Oru
dell, photographer and artist, will
loavc Orangcburg on the first of De
cember. Call early and ayoid the
rush. Don't put off until the lust
week. He has on hand fino mould
ings for making frames, also a fino
assortment of frames for sale. Call
early i\m\ get as fine a photograph as
can he takcu in the State. 4*
Suicide: seems to bo epidemic in
Sumtcr. On Saturday Isaac M. Dav
id, of that town a tailor, followed the
example of Mr. May ran t, and took a
fatal dose of morphine. Ho had no
vico except drinking, and requested
in a letter that his fate bo held up as
a warning to whiskey drinkers and
Singular that the Republican party
oi the North should be so sensitive
about "disunionism in the solid
South," while they denounco the
Southern States as "a blot on civiliza
tion, and an obstruction to the pros
porous advancement of the nation."
Why in tho thunder don't they kick
Dots.?No disturbance here on the
day of election.
To get a genuine Havanna filled
five cent sogar call at Jos. Eros' es
Exhibition and sale of orackers and
cakes of all kinds at Jos. Eros con
Genuine goshen butter at 30 cents
per pound, and choice hams at 10
cents per pound at J. I. Sorrentrue.
Give him a call. *
Cigars and tobacco of all qualities
and prices by the box or by small
quantities for sale low down at J. I.
It is worth the trouble to go and
see the largest display of line can
dies, the choicest cream bon-bons,
just up in boxes of 1-4 pound and up,
at Jos. Eros' confectionery. *
Su do I intend to sell
GOODS IN MY LINE
just as in New York.
Call and examine my
Before you buy. All good* war ranted.
W. JPm Kobinson,
Watchmaker and Jewoller,
Russell Street, Orangeburg, S. C
Ready for Business.
?FIVE THOUSAND BUSHELS GOOD
ROUGH RICE PER MONTH.
Our Rice Mill being now ready for
business, with greatly increased ca
pacity. We heroby give notice that we
are now in the rice market, and will pay
highest cash prioes for good Rough
Rice. We don't want bad and chall'y
rice at any price. It will be to your In
terest to clean your rice well. As we
propose to pay recording to the quali
ty of each lot oilered us.
Respect fid ly,
Oct 22~Gmo J. STRAUSS & CO.
Hotel Fo*" Sale.
'r*'he eiiigibly iocaieu Huiei, containing
X '2'A rooms, known as the ??Meroney
House," is oflered for sale on reasonable
The new Cottage, containing live
rooms all necessary conveniences, on
Broughton street, between tho Meroney
House and Mr. D. Louis' residence is
offered for sale on accommodating
terms. Apply to
Oct 22-2ni W. A. MERONEY.
Office ok School Commissionku, }
ORAKOEUUitG. S. C, Oct. 22, 1880. 3
It is desirable that all free public
school of this County shall be opened on
the fust day of November next.
D. L. CONNOR,
Oct 22-2t School Commissioner.
L. S. WOLFE, D. D. S.,
Graduate of Baltimore Dental College.
Olllcc over D. Louis' Store,
I Oilers Ids professional sorvloes to the eltl
j /.ens of Orangeburg and adjoining coun
Teeth extracted without pnln by the
use ot Nitrous Oxide Gas, the safest an
lest ho ic. known to science. Satisfaction
Jan. 30, 1880?ly
Notice oi" DiHiuiHHivl.
On 16th November next I will file my
final account as Guardian of Elizabeth
A. Glover with Probato Judgo of Or
angeburg County, and ask for letters
dismtssory. D. E- GLOVER,
Oct 15 Guurdinu.
NOW READY AND OPEN FOR
INSPECTION AN IM
D 1? y Goods,
SHOES, HATS, &c.
IN ALL LINES.
Cast your favors In early ami olten,
and oblige Yours truly,
Tifrfefi from a suspicious party a small
B?iy Mare Mule, with white none, and
about fourteen hands high. This mule
wa? taken' from a man who Bald he pick
ed It up on the public road. The owner
can recover the Mule by coming forward
and claiming his property and paying
expenses. JAMES CANNON,
Oct. 2*J It Chief of Polico
up-c??n rit jTiied rustIproof
A lofejuat received from G. and C. It. It.
FLOUR! FLOUR 11 FLOUR I! 1
:i ? i
Of Ihreo grades fresh ground at low
C^T LOAF, POWDERED ;AND A*
M?TONB nYSON any GUNPOWDER j
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA and RIO
Otljer seasonal) le goods in GENER
lohn A. Hamilton.
Pel 2 Next to Ilcnrv Kohn.
~al f. h. dukes,
BRANCHVILLE, S. C,
Ts now opening a complete and well se
ilectcd STOCK OF FALL GOODS cm-|
My stock of SHOES is the largest ever
brought to Branchville,
Just arrived and for sale low 300 bush-1
els genuine RED RUST PROOF OATS.
100 barrels of GOOD FLOUR for sale
at bottom prices.
Ca l.and be convinced that it is to your
interest to deal with me. NO TROUBLE
TO SHOW GOODS.
I .also keep on hand the best and
cheapest TOBACCOS to be found in thej
The highest cash prices paid for COT
TON aud C UN TRY PRODUCE,
A. f. H. DUKES,
Oct 1?G Branchville, S. C.
C MAYHEW ?St SON,
anufacturcrs of and dealera in all
AMERICAN AND ITALIAN
MARBLE AND SLATE
MANTELS, &c tfcc
IPoliisliod Grranit? Work
At the lowest possible prices.
Correspon Oence solicited with those in
want of anything In the above line.
~~ NEW STORE ! NEW STOCK 1
Having erected a new and commodi
ous Store on the site of our Old
Stand, our facilities for conducting tho
Foreign and Domestic Fruit trade are
now unsurpassed in the Southern Coun
try. The attention of our friedds, and
dealers generally, is called to this faot,
and also to our fresh supplies arriving
100 barrels Northern Apples.
50 boxes Mcs.muu Lemons
25 barrels aud half barrels Pears
15 nkgs Delaware and Concord Grapes
200 barrels E. Rose Potatoes
25 barrels Onions ?
100 barrels Northern Cabbages.
Peaches and Grapes fresh every morn-1
big by Express. C. BART & CO.,
55, 57 and 50 Market-street.
Sept 21?linos Charleston, S. C.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
&c., Ac.. <ftc.
All those in need of a good pair of
Spcctaclos can bo perfectly suited.
All repairs carefully aud neatly execu
ted. Prices reasonable. Oct 8
In compliance with the orders of the
Court of Common Fleas I will sell the
real estate mentioned io the several cases
stated below at Orangcburg Courthouse
on the lirst Monday in November, 1880,
within the legal hours:
I. Ann C. Murphy vs. Rohr. M.Smith,
Hugh Bcok and others. In this case I
will 6oll all that lot or pared of land,
situato in the town and county of Or
angeburg, frontlug and measuring on
Treadwell street sixty feet, and measur
ing back one hundred and thirty feet,
more or less, and bounded North by lot
now or lately of Mary M. Patrick, East
by lot of Mary li. Treadwell, South by
lot of Charles Law ton, and West by
Terms?Cash. Purchasers to pay for
papers and recording.
2, Susan E. Crosswell. administratrix,
vs. Gaorge Butler Crosswell and others.
I will sell in this case the following par
cols or tracts of laud of the lato Josiah
M. Crosswell, situate in the county of Or
angeburg:. . t -
1. All that Tract of Land containing
flfty acres, more or less, bounded North
by land of Win. Ilane, Northeast by
land of Daniel Zimmerman and South
west by the linger road, which separates
it from the res? of Oakland, thin tract be
ing apart of Oakland.
2. A Tract containing fifty-three acres
more or less, bounded North, South and
West on lands of J. M. Crosswell, and
East on laud of P. M. Carson, situate
near the Sautee Elver, and being part of
the estate lauds of the late M. Elleu
3. A Tract near Foil Motto constitut
ing formerly a part of tho Gosheu plan
tation, containing about 0110.hundred
and sixty-four acres, be the same more
or less, bounded Northeast on land of J.
D. Trezevnnt, Southeast on land of Dr.
Albert R, Tabor, Southwest on a public
road known as the linger Road, and
Northwest on a road running from Oak
land to Spring Grove plantation.
4. A Plantation or Tract of Land
known as Htimpdpn, containing four
hundred and ninety acres, more or less,
bounded to the North on lauds of Dr. A.
R. Taber, to the East on Sautee River,
to the West on lauds of Dr. A. R. Taber.
and to the South on lands of Crosswclls.
5. A Tract containing two hundred
acres, more or less, bounded by lauds of
Dulles. Stoudcnmire and others, which
was conveyed to JosiahM. Crosswell by
Geo. Boliver January S, 187G.
G. A Tract containing fifty six acres
more or less, bounded by lands now or
lately of E. Garlck, A, R. Taber, Robin
son Riser, and estate of M. E. Taber,
conveyed by the assignee of Jnmes S.
Thompson toJJosiah M. Crosswell Decem
7. The following Parcels or Tracts of
land containing in the aggregate, and
sold as a whole tract, four hundred acres,
more or less, consisting of the following
1. A tract containing liny-three acres,
more or less, bounded by lauds of Dulles,
Stoak, homestead of George T. Irlck and
laud formerly belonging to George T.
2. A tract containing forty-eight acres
more or less, and bounded by land of
Dulles, and lands formerly of George T.
3. A tract containing 47, acres more
or lees, and bounded by lands now or
lately of Dulles and Geo. T. iriek.
4. A tract containing fifty-two acres,
more or less, and bounded by lands now
or lately of Dulles &Gcorge |\ Irlck.
The above four tracts last mentioned
were conveyed by Andrew J. Iiouser to
Josiall M, Crosswell December 30, 1873.
Terms of sale?On half cash and the
balance on a credit of one year with a
bond bearing interest from the day of
sale and a mortgage of the premises.
If a purchaser shall fail to mm ply with
the terms of sole, the property will be
re-sold at his risk; on that or 4on some
convenient salo day afterwards. Pur
chasers to pav for papers and recording.
TilOMAS W. GLOVER,
Master's Okkick, \ Master.
Oet 5tb, 1880?3t )
DON'T YOU FOR&ET IT
TIN AND WOODENWARE,
LAMP and LAMP FIXTURES,
TOBACCOS, SEGA US,
PANC Y CAND! ES,
&c, &c.. &c, &c.
If 1 don't soll you for LESS than nnv
one I will give you a BARREL OK
CODFISH, and you will bo able to see
the bargains as easy as you cuu smell
Polite and kind attention shown by all
clerks and employees.
Call early and get the BEST BAR
GAINS you ever bought.
A. B. WALKER,
Octi Champion Grocer.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
WEEKLY PALMETTO YEOMAN,
Columbia, S. C.
It In an 8 page paper, designed for the
people, tilled with interesting Matter,
Family Reading, News, Markets, &c.
Subscription: One Year, $1.50; Seven
^Months, $1.00; Three Months, 50 cents,
payable in advance. For six names and
nine dollars an extra copy for one year.
Specimens furnished. The Daily yeo
man, an a flernoon paper, is $1 a year.
C. M. McJUNKIN,
Oct 1 Editor mid Bublisher.
Hns Just returned frotn the North with
a large and well an$ortod stock of
GENERAL MERCHANDIZE, purchas.
ed at'the very lowest point of the market
and to be sold at corresponding rates,
Couio one and all mid sec for yourselves
the bargains to be obtained. Oil Cloths,
Carpeting and Furniture of the hiteM pat
Sept 3?3 mos
J. C. PI K.LE
MY FALL STOCK,
Is now opened and oflerccr'to the people
of Orangeburg at ?uoh reduced* price ?a.
will convince them that 1'regard their in*
THE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT'
Occupies the entire second floor, and'
consists of Men's and Youths1 S?lta ln?
new otyle.s und cuts.
The interior of my Store has .been'
greatly Improved and the capacity en
larged by the addition of shelving ren
dered necessary to place the extra large
purchase in every Uno of goods'.
THE LADIES' DRESS GOODS
was purchased with great cprc, and the
selection of colors and material made
especially for this market. This Hue of
goods will be shown to the ladles by
gentlemen of tante as to selection of
trimmings and experience In dry' goods
THE HATS AND CAPS
are displayed in a large new Glass Hat
Case at prices to suit everybody.
THE FURNITURE STORE
is stocked with fall lines of Chairs, Bed
steads, Crib', Cradles, Sofas, Lounges.
Parlor. Bedroom and* Dining Room
Setts. This Is a separate store.
I am ^prepared to pay the highest
CASH PRICE FOR COTTON and all.
I have an
In my store yard, which is at the service
of persons with teams remaining h\town<
I wish my customers to know that all
of my good? was purchased by my sei.
with care in order to get the best quality..
I think I have succeeded and invite all
to come and examine my Stock of Goods..
Especially my assortment of SHOES.
J. C. PIKE.
MAMMOTH STOCK OF
18 NOW IN STORE.
All of my frlcnd3, customers .and eve
rybody will do well to eall and ex.
limine the largest assortment of GOODS
ever exhibited in Orangeburg, which
were purchased with the greatest care
in regard to style, quality*und cheapness
in the principal cities Nortt).
My stock of FASHIONABLE DRESS
GOODS comprise everything in "Dress
Fabrics. AH the new shades and colors
in Silks, Satins, Velvets- Casllaleres,
Monde Cloths, Brocades, Alpaceas'.aud
in fact every tiling that could be' found
desirable. This stock especially r*urJ
passes anything ever brought into thu
berg. Come take a look and be convinc
EANCY GOODS, notions, Neckwear,
Ribbons, Corsets, Gloves, Ladles1. Vests.
Shawls, Cloaks. Zephyr Goods, Button?,
Jet Goods, Laces, Einbroderles.. *.?fcc.,
&c in more than usual variety, simply
grand, gorgeous and Inline use. ' ? ' .'??',
CASSiMCiitES, J?jANS, iujaNKjctS,
FLANNELS, Cotton Goods, .Calicos di
I rect from the factories m tho very loweta
prices and in the best qualities. ;
1 urn now the local agent for one* of
the largest Philadelphia
. I mm > i tr.il
for Men's, Ladies', and Children's Hand
sewed Shoes, whose stock Is, the best to
bo found in the market. I also have
Southern and Eastern made Shoes suita
ble for everybody's taste and pocket,
CARPETS, MATS and HASSOCKS
in great variety.
CLOTHING FOR THE MILLIONS,
If you don't believo it just come and t&ko
a passing glance at the largo piles stack
ed in the store.
MADAME DEMOKEST'S. ? *
The Light Running ' .
DOMESTIC SE.WTNG, MACHINE,
I MACHINE NEEDLES, OILS,
Aktaehinouts und parts tot.
MAMMOTH DRY GOODS EXlfOlt'lUH