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A. Paper for the People.
Orakqedurg, s. C, Dice.isso.
Quite an excitement was raised in
the Eastern portion of the town at the
appearance of a mad dog on Wcndcs j
day last. Rumor has it that a eat,
two dogs and a colored girl were bit
The board of County Commission
ers will meet on to-morrow to exam
ine the bonds of the new county olli
cors. Those that meet the icqnirc
mcnts of the law, will be approved
aud the officers will enter at once upon
Mu. Amos Balr, a quiet and high
ly esteemed citizen ol* Middle Town
ship, died last Friday night and was
burricd on Saturday. Mr. Bair was
about seventy eight years of age and
throughout his long life performed
hi.- part as parent, neighbor and citi-j
A hunting party, composed ofi
Messrs. W.-W. Culler, C. W. Culler,
T. C. ?lbergotti, L. S. Connor and
others will leave in a week or ten
doys for the hunting grounds on the
lower Santce. We wish them good
luck and a safe return with 'venison
enough for Christmas.
Ma;T. S. McG'rcw, ol Middle St.
Matthews, died of heart dcser.se on
Sunday last. His life was a checker
ed one but no incident iu it excited
his neighbors with a deeper smypa-l
thy than the cruel treatment be re
ceived at the hands of the United!
States Marshal on the day of election.!
lie leaves a large family connection
? ., . _ I
Olk young friend, Mr. Frank Rish
er, after a short leave of absence, re-!
turned last week bringing with him
one of Barn well's fairest daughters as
his bride. We wish for the young
souplc along life of happiness and!
prosperity, tempered only by such1
changes as will make their relation
dearer as Ihcy prow older.
It is rumored that George Bolivcr
will not give up the Clerk's ollice when
Mr. Robinson is ready to qualify, but
means to hold it untii the last dollor
is pocketed and will then wait to be
kicked out. On the other hand wet
learn Mr. J. II. Livingston is not only !
ready but anxious to surrender the'
?Shejill'a ollice as soon as Mr. Salley
is ready to receive the keys.
We hear complaints (rom every
quarter of tbo wretched condition of
the roads. The long spell of wet
weather, at the hauling season has
made the roads well nigh impassable
to every kind of vehicle. We never
6aw the streets of the town in such a
condition before?the sternest busi
ness necessity only forces one to at
tempt a crossing.
Tim speech of the evening at the
anniversary meeting of the Elliott
Hook and Ladder Company was made
by Captain John A. Hamilton, who
handled the tender subject committed
to his care in such a chaste and elo
quent manner as to impress every
one present ffith the sacredneas of!
his theme, "Woman,*' whoso virtues!
and beauties certainly found a true;
defendeut in Captan Hamilton. j
We arc informed that Mr. J. II.
Livingston has at lust made a settle- j
ment with the Stale and comes out
with tho State in debt to him. This'
is unusual ami seems to indicate re- i
missness of duty on the part of some-;
body. Why should the stale allow it I
itself to get in the debt of any of its 1
ollleialsor why any official should re
main, for years without a settlement |
when he knew the state owed him? is
a question that gives rise to thought.
In many sections of the county the
cotton lields are yet white with the
fleecy staple, much of which will be
lost on account of the unfavorable
weather for picking. Wo hear of oue
large planter near Fort Motte, who
has two hundred acres from which
not a boll has as yet been gathered.
11c is culling the slocks down and
hauling them homo for the purpose
of gathering it In-doors. This plan
might be adopted with advantage by
others who have more cotton in the
field than they are able to gathering.
Negroes, tit this season ol tho year are
not disposed to work at. any price and
farmers will find it diflleult to hire
the necessary labor to clean their
.-.- ? , -?:-:?:-.. ?-:-?
Dots.?Hoya Christmas is cowing
Too numerous to mention?The
The ox-tcani is, in many localities,
the bull-work of American industry.
Subscribers are requested to call
and settle their back indebtedness by
note or ca6h.
The dust is effectually laid for the
winter, and the cry now is too much
rain and mud.
Young and old will be happy till
next Christmas if they will only pa
tronize Jos. Eros' confectionery. *
Mr. A. F. IT. Dukes,..of Branch
ville, S. C, is now receiving a large
supply of German Salt. Give him a j
We regret to hear that Dr. W. S. j
Barton had his left bond badly mash- j
cd in a grain thrasher one day last
Show your copy of the Democrt to
your neighbor, and tell him it's only
one dollar a year, and hu may sub
The Stewards of St. Paul's Metho
dist Church wiil meet at the parson
a"e to-night. A lull attendance is.
We caution our readers about trad
ing with Jos. tiros, unless thev want
the purest candies, soundest fruits,;
?X;c., at the lowest prices.
We regret to hear of the illness
of Capt Jesse N. llnigler, of Middle
Si. Matthews, and hope soon to hear
of his complete restoration to health.
Wc learn thai Mrs. A. S. Hydrick
has been seriously ill during the week
but has changed, wc'hope, for the
belter and will si.on be convalescing.
Quite a number of our citizens will
visit Charleston on the occasion of
the annual Fair. Low railroad rates,
sight seeing and businsss arc the in-1
You can onlv wish a merry Christ-1
mas, but to make a friend really hap
py you ought to back the wish with a
hex of I hose line candies from Joseph
tiros' confectionery. *
Great Sensal ion ! A Clnislinas pre
sent given to everyone who buys ?1
worth uf goods or more from Jaseph
Fro-' confectionery from llie 15th of
December to January 1. * i
His honor, Utlilcd States Com inks-1
sioncr Lathrop, tisq., &c, &c, has
been quite busy (luring the past week!
grinding away on the outrage mill. It
is harvest time with him.
The Newbcrry Actos says: "The
Misses Jnnney, Fannie and Julia,!
came up on Friday last. It is ruinoi-j
ed that Ibcy have come lo lake purl]
in a matrimonial launch."
For old and young, women and \
children, the great health restorer is
Dr. Flagg's Improved Liver and j
Stomach Fad, that docs away with
mediciuc und always cures.
Our thanks arc due Mr. D. C. HI
mcr for a gallon of the best syrup we
ever lasted. Ho is certainly an expert
in the business, as both the looks a.id
quality of this specimen prove.
The Istiy committee of the Young
America Fair will meet December 7,
at half-past three o'clock, at the resi
dence of Mrs. Scoville. Ladies will
come prepared to get their tickets.
The mo?t surprising thing in the
world is that people will not shut
doors cither coming in or going out,
particularly in a printing olllce. We
feel like throttling all such kind ol
Wc notice among the contributions
to the Young America Fair one from
the Home. Insurance. Company, of
New York. This is as it should be.
We hope our people will remember
the Home when lhey insure.
Another trumpet lo inspire a spir
ited contest between our lire compa |
nies will be voted away at llie ap
proaching fair. The trumpet will ho
accompanied by two elegant fireman's
lanterns. Rally jour forces, boys !
Our citizens are to be treated next
week with a course of Sun Pictures,
ropicgcnting scenes in the travels of
tilt; exhibitor, Mr. G. IL Tromninc.
Mr. Tiemainu comes endorsed by
Blich men as Drs. Jas. IL Carlisle, .J.
T, Wighlmnu, Charles Manly ami
Pcler J. Shand, who say the exhibition
is all il claims to be?educating, line
specimens of art and impressive We
I would advice all to attend who can.
The scries will begin on Monday eve
ning nexl at 8 o'clock.
Cigars and tobacco of all qualities
and prices by the box or by small
quantities for sale low down at.!. 1.
Sort out rue. ?
Tue Elliotts.?The celebration ol
the Tenth Anniversary of the Elliott
flook and Ladder Company was held
at their ball on Tuesday evoning last.
Quite a number of invited guest was
present, including the Young Ameri
}cas and the Edisto Rifles, and the oc
casion was one of special enjoyment
I to every one present. The bountiful
supply of good things which met the
eye oil'entering tho hall was indeed
I creditable to tho Committee of Ar
j raugcinents,)and the hearty manner In
} which the guests participated indicat
ed an enjoyment no less gratifying.
Alter the table? were cleared and beer
lemonade and cigars distributed, the
Foreman, Mr. L. II. Wannamaker, in
appropriate icmarka extended a cor
dial welcome to every one present,
and at once entered upon the pro
gramme of toasts for the evening.
The Day We Celebrate, The Young
Americas, the Fire Department, Oui i
City. Our Invited Guest, Our Mayor:
and Aldermen, Our Stale, Woman,!
The Edisto Eitles ami the Pu ss, were
all made subjects of appropriate ad
dresses by Messrs. L. II. Wandama-1
maker, S. U. McHicbamp, F. S. Dib
ble, W. L. Glo/.c, W. J. DeTrcvillcJ
Jr., F. A. Scbiflly, B. P. Izlor, J. A.
Hamilton and Ii. G. Sheridan. Each j
of these gentlemen contributed
full share to tho enjoyment of the
evening by pleasantry and lun, senti-l
incut and reason happily blended.]
An important place in the programme
was filled and a lame share of the cu :
joyment of tho evening was furnished j
by the Edisto', Brass Rand under the
skillfull management of Mr. 15. 15.
O ^ens. Indeed the entire occasion was
full ol the happiest associations, ami
its enjoyment marred hy not a single
unpleasant Incident. The venerable
pulronof the Company, Dr. T. A. Elli
ott, slill lives, having just completed!
hid seventy-ninth year, and llio earnest ?
praj'er of every one present was that
he may still remain among us many
years as a monument of the high
est type of citizen, friend and patron. I
Mit. L. \V. Weeks will accept pur
thanks for a gallon of syrup rared,]
as we arc informed, on one-fifth of an
acre of ground which yielded the nl j
most incredible quantity of one hun
dred and twenty gallons. This is at'
the rate of six hundred gallons per-|
acre, which equals the largest Louisi
ana crops. Mr. Weeks challenges the j
county both in quantity und quality
of syrnp, and if any farmer can equal j
or excel it, id him step forward ;
ami the Demockat will take pleasure I
in announcing it.
Mr.T. W. Albergotti, the People's
Raker, is ready for Chrialmas, and!
prepared to meet any demand that j
may be made upon him by tho people
of our county. Call at his stoic and
examine Iiis largo and varied slock
and select your presents. It will save
time, trouble and money.
Time is Shout.?Prof. Van Ora
dell, photographer and artist, will
leave. Orangeburg on the first of De
cember. Call early and ayoid the
rush. Don't put olf until the last
week. He has on hand line mould
ings for making frames, also a fine
assortment of frame: for sale. Call
early and get as tine a photograph as
can be taken in the State. 1*
i Du. J. (J. Wunnamnkcr is pleased
I to inform his patrons that he has se
cured a stock of "Pulmouo," the cele
brated Medicine for Cough's, Throat
and Lung Trouble that has been j
working such wonderful cures in
Other sections. It is worth it trial.
Price f>0 cts. Call and see circular
and certificates. a j
We. mean what we say and we say j
it in the simplest way, Cotissens'
Lightning Liniment is the beat Lini
ment in the world for rheumatism*
lame back, neuralgia, warts, corns
and sore throat. Price 50 cents.
White's Cream White is the best
worm killer. For sah; by Dr. .J. G.I
i Wannamaker. 1
Permanent relief for dyspepsia,
sour stomach, hilliousness, and alii
[diseases of a disordered liver can be!
I had by using Portalino, or Tahlcr'sl
Vegetable Liver Powder. Price HOc.
While's Cream White Vcrmifhgo is
the best worm killer. For salo by
1 >i. J. G. Wannamaker.
} Genuine goshen butter at ttOcent9
per pound, and choico hams at 10
cenls per pound at J. I. Sorrcntiiie.
Give him a call.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
passeng er dei1 a htm ent.
On and after Nov lOtli, 1880. Passen
ffer Trains on this road will run as fol
ows: (lill further ordurs.)
GREENVILLE EXPRESS TRAIN.
Leave Columbia.*0 10 p m
Arrive at Cnradeu.!> 50 p m
Leave Orangeburg .8 30 p ill
Arrive at Charleston.*11 25 p in
Leave Charleston at.0 00 a in
Leave Orangeburg at.S 51 a in
Leave Cainden at.7 00 a in
Arrive tit Columbia.11 1U a in
?Daily- except Sundays.
Way Freight and Passenger Trains.
* Leave Columbia.5 10 a m
Arrive at Ciltudcti.1 00 p ill
?Leave Orcmgoburg.10 OS a in
Arrive at Charleston.2 Ol) p m
" Augusta.:i 15 p m
* Leave Charleston.0 00 a m
Leave Augusta.7 55 a m
Leave Orangeburg.1 ilS p in
Arrive at Columbia.U 25 p in
* Passengers leaving Columbia or
Charleston on tbese i rains have to change
ears at Uraucbville to reach Charleston
lit 2 00 p in or Columbia at ? 25 p m.
Night Express Train.
Leave Columbia.0 SO p in
Leave Orangeburg. 1 15 am
Arrive at Augusta.S :t0 a iii
Arrha' at Charleston.7 :I0 a in
Leave Charleston.0 00 p in
Leave Augusta.t; on p in
Leave Orangeburg.'2 :I7 a tu
Arrive at Columbia.<i 11 a nt
The Night Express will run daily.
Greenville Express an I all other trains
run daily except Sundays. Sleeping
Cars arc attached to Night Express.
Berths only ?1 50 to Charleston or Au
gusta. These train-; make connections
at Charleston with New York and Haiti
more Steamers on VVeduesdayn and Sat
urdays, also with Florida Steamers on
Tuesdays and Saturdays. The Night
Express makes connections with 7 a m |
train on S A; C Hid I road fbrSuvnuah and ;
Florida points. Connections made by
?Uber trail s at. Augusta with train- r .ci! I
and to that point, also with all train
from and lo Charleston.
On Saturday and Sunday . rouii t. p
tickets are sold i<> and from all sta
atone II ist-class fare for the round trip
good till Monday noon to return.
D.o. ALLEN, i
Gen. Pass, and T. Agl. '
.Ioiin I?. Peck, Ceu. Supt.
?I. ?;. Postei.e, AgtOrangeburg.
JUST RECEIVE D
UN L A UN Dill E D SHI UTS
7? cents to SI 00 a piece,
Gent'? Furnishing Goods
of every description at prices
to suit everybody.
REMEMBER ! REMEMBER !!
?be L rgc Stock of
S Il'o E S ,
Of every ipiulity, which I am Hulling
at bottom prices.
AND DON'T FORGET
Can be bought,for 10 cents
per pound at
J. I SORENTRUE'S,
DON'T Y0? FORGET IT
j GROCERIES, CHOt KKIIY,
TIN AND WOODEN WARE,
LAMP and LAMP PI X PI CKS.
TOBACCOS, SEC AUS,
iVC, &0?. ?.VC., &C.
Jfl don't sell you for LESS than am
. one 1 will give you a BAItliEL OK
I CODFISH, and you will bo able to see
the bargains as easy as you can smell
Polity and kind attention shown by all
clerks and employees.
Call early and' get the BEST BAR
GAINS you ever bought.
A. B. WALKER,
i ?et I Champion Grocer.
I FLOUR'! FLOUR ' ! FLOUR I ! !
' The City Mills ??! Nashville, Tenn., is
represented in ibis Comity by
JAMES A. HAMILTON.
! KSP^TllC best Flour by the ear load for
tlie l a-t money of the following brain's
' Exj res , llellr, lloyal Guiii, Spray and
: .Magno! t.
A CAR LOAD OF
JUSTIN. CALL ET
JKO. A, HAMILTON. I
?. i?? hT D?kes, I
Bit A NC UN 11 LE, C.,
l- now opening !i ?'??'??! It:to und well se
AlectcdbTOC K UF KALL, GOODS cm
ii ahn ess,
Mv stock of SHOES is the largest ever
brought to BranchviUc,
.lust arrived ami for sale low !IO0 bush
els genuine It ED RUST PR?QF OATS.
100 barrels of GOOD FLOUR for aaic'
at bottom prices. I
Ca t autljbeconvinced that it is to your |
interest to deal with inc. NO TROUBLE
TO SHOW GOODS.
1 also keep on hand the bc.?t and
cheapest TOBACCOS to be found in the
The highest cash prices paid for COT
TON aud C UN TRY PRODUCE,
a. F. ii. dukes,
Oct 1?c Branchvillc, s. c.
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing
No. 8 improved.
Aud nil attachments always on hand.
For speed, strength, noiseless, perfec
tion of stitch and beauty ol operation
iliere Is no equal.
James A, Hamilton,
At (he stoic of John A. Hamilton.
Feh 13, lssu.
Factor a: General Comnfx-ion Merchant,
ClIAltLESTOX, S. C.
German Kaint or Potash Salt.
Peruvian Guano, Nos. 1 and 2.
Puro Fisli Guano, Nova Scotia Laud
Plaster, Ground South Carolina Phos
phate, and other Fertilizers. Also,
CORN, OATS. HAY. &c.
Orders filled ail h dispatch, and liberal
advances mittle on coii.-iguinunts of Col
ton and other Produce. Novl2-.'bn
SUBSCMUE FOR THE
WEEKLY PALMETTO YEOMAN,
Columbia, S. C.
? I t i. -m s jMijre paper, designed for the
I L people, lillcd whh interest ing Matter,
j Family Heading, News. Markets, &e.
ISubscription: One Year. $LA0; Seven
Months. ?LOO; Three Months. "><> cents.
payable in advance; For -ix names ami
nine dollar.* an i'Xt . copy for ouu year
' s, Uten.: a <v: he I. fill l>.\ii.v./Yko
>i \n. ail a iu-rimi.it paper, i* 6 I a ft sir.
^ m. m&H nkjn,
! o.i l Edltoi and HubUsher.
I am no\r receiving and, opening the
largest stock of
1 have also fitted up a separate room for
O L O T IT I Mfe ,
In wliicli the largest Stock'eVer exhib
ilcd is displayed, which will bu told very
low. Also. ' ' '?' i>A
SADDLES AND HARNESS,
in large variety and at lowest prices
I would also call special attention ton
STOCK OF FURNlTL\RE,
Very pretty suits in Walnut, such ns
Dressing Case Suite, Parlor Salts, &c.
A oar load of new ono, two'and three
horse WAGONS will arrive1 In a few
(lays, " ?hu/>
Ail of which is exhibited- and sold at
low down prices. ? "~r?
george IL CORNELSON.
HOLD THE F?RT.
So do I intend to sell.
GOODS IN M V LINK!
r t iCuOv'ln
just as in New York.
. t v. .:i u.l ?>)
Call and examine my'
a o- ? M VJi
' ?'? Ca '.'.VlV ?
ii i ' ?>a?< i**if>
before you buy. Ad ^ooda \v^r*nt?i|.
W. U\ Kobiiuiou,:
Watchmaker, and Jpwoller,
Russell Street, Qrangclniiyr, S. C
Ready for Business.
.. :i' " '?i-?v
FIVE THOUSAND BUSHEL^ GOOD
i ROUGH BICE PER MONTH.
/~\ur Bice Wit being, now ready fu*
i V_/ bunine?s, with greatly increased ca
pacity. We hereby give notice Mint wo
are. now in the rice market, and will pay
I highest Cash prices for good KoutMi
! Bice. We don't want bail and chnlfy
i rice at any price. It will bu jo your In
terest to clean your riee Well. Au wo
propose to pay according- Co the quidl
i ty of each lot ollcrcd up.
Oct 22-Oiuu J. STRAUSS'& CO.
H. SP AHR, ;
W ATCIIMA KER AND JEWELER.
! ?'? "?'
Dealer In ' t:
i -U :l "I ftfott
Wutehe?, Cloiikf, . t A OJ
? ijoi'i wii
All those in need of a good pair of
Spectacles can be perfectly suited.
I All repair? carefully und neatly execu
ted. Prices reasonable. p? Oct 8
i L. S. WOLFE, D. D. S.,
?Graduate of Baltimore Dental 'College,
Ollke over 1). Louis' Std're,
Oilers his professional services to the citi
zens of Orangeburg und adjoining cuun
. ties. . . .., j
j Teeth extracted witlmu* ham by tho
' use o! Nitrons Oxide Gas, thc^ afest an
I test he lc known to science, Saiisiaetlon
? dan. :I0. ISSO-ly 1 >
U-.'s just returned from the North with
a large ami well assorted stuck of
GENERAL MER( IIAND1ZE. pnrehns.
led at the very lowest point of thy market*
! and to be sold at corresponding rates,
i Come one ami all and gee fcr j'oursilve-i
the b: rgi.ias to 1 e < h ained. . Oil Cloths,
j Carp, ting and Furniture ol the h teet pat
I Sept "> inpa