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OltANUEBUKG, S. (J., NOV. 12, 1880.
Mr. Geo. II. Cornelson lias receiv
ed the machinery for his factory ami
in due tiinc.our town may hoast. of the
actual cxistonco of a cotton factory
within her bounds?all due to the
vim nnd enterprise of one man.
Foun thousand and fivo hundred
dollars were taken from the safo in
tho Treasurer's olllce of Barnwell on
Monday night last. Entrance was
made by means of a wooden key and
tho robbers escaped. Detectives arc
It has been reported on the street'?
during the present week that there
were to be several arrests of managers
of election and other Democrats made
by the United States Marshal. As
yet every thiug in quiet and no arrest
have been made, nor do wo think like
ly to be soon.
? 1,000 Democratic majority for the
county ticket has so elated our popu
lar City Clerk and Treasurer, Charlie
Jones, that he iuvitcs all his friends
to Van Tassel's to smile with him,
and at the same lime secure big bar
gains in staple and fancy groceries.
Don't miss a good thing.
There arc a fjw colored men who
have 8lood nobly by the Democratic
party through the severest trials and
among these none has been truer
than John Matthews, the barber. We
bespeak for him the support and pat
ronage of the Democratic public.
He deserves it and ought to leoeive
Poor Fellow.?lie has Water
Brash, Cramp, Nausea, Pain in the
Back and Limbs, Sour Stomach, Foul
Breath, Heartburn, Headache and
general torture. This is from indi
gestion caused by a disordered liver.
Regulate thatorgau, not by taking
doses, but by using Dr. Flayg's Im
proved Liver and Stomach Pad, and
at once be restored to health.
We learn from a reliable source
that a colored mac named Livings
ton, no kin to John 11., voted the
Democratic ticket at Cedar Grove on
the 2d instant and was seized by a
crowd oT negro radicals and threaten
ed most savagely because of his vot
ing. Had it nut been for the protec
tion given him by the whites present
the savage crowd might have put their
threat of killing in execution.
It is rumored that 1). A. Strukcr
has been tendered and accepted a po
sition in the Custom . House at Char
leston. At all events he has been
absent from Oraugcburg ever since
the election, which calls to triad a
remark of Lee on Ilngood's day:
"Watch Strukcr, he will skip the
town of Orangeburg as soon as the
election is declared." It is a happy
riddance for Orangeburg County.
Jack Minnicken, colored, who
voted the Democratic ticket at the late
election, was set upon aud niohhed otT
the grounds of a colored Can pmeet
Ing a few days ago because he assert
ed his independence as a citizen by
voting as he thought best for himself
and country. At tho same Caoip
mccting, Manny Robinson, a colored
Democrat, was waited on by a com
mittoe of eight Radicals ami ordered
to leave the ground in two hours or be
shot. Hislonly offence was voting the
Ik any portion of our citizens mer
itedjon the 2d instant the.well done of
the Ornngeburg community for their
good services, it was the Working
Committee of young men under the
leadership of Mr. J. S. Alhcrgotli.
There is no doubt that their determi
nation, bold front and prudent con
duet saved our town from mob vio
lance, or those shameful scones usual
with large collections of negroes exci
ted and agged on by designing lea
ders. Their work was bravely and
Ouit kind friends, of the Bethlehem
neighborhood in the Fork, who ex
pected us to attend their Sunday
School picnic on Sat urday before elec
tion day, will pieaso excu.se our non
appearance on that occasion. Wc
were ordered by the County Chair
man to address a Democratic meeting
at Brnuchvillc on the same day and
obeyed the order even to the disap
pointment of the Sunday School. We
hope, however, to meet our friends at
Bethlehem on some other occosion il
thoy so elect.
RAplCAL Election Tactics.?Near
Lawtonville, Hampton County, while
two gentlemen were reluming to tkc.ii
home late on Tuesday evening, some
villainous Radicals tired upon them,
killing Isaac Colston and his horse
nstantly, and wounded the hoi sc. ol
the other. Mr, Colston was a white
Democrat und an humble and quiet
citizen. Every elf.ut is being made
to find out the guilty parlies. The
Democrats are indignant at this das
tardly net. In the same county I he
"Black Creek" box was stolen after
the ballots were counted, and strong
suspicion points to some Radical nc
Dots.?Who will' care for Yacob
Three pound cans of pie poaches ul
20 cents at Jos. Eros' store. *
Atuiorc's Minco Meat and Apple
Butter by the pound at Jos. Eros'. m
Mr. John Hull, now residing in
Boston, is iu town on a visit to his
Exhibition and bale of crackers and
cakes of all kinds at Jos. Eros con
To gel a genuine Havana lilled
five cent sogar call at Jos. Eros' es
II is said that Gco. Boliver has his
eye on the clerkship of the United
Stales Court. Exactly.
Mr. T. II. Gaincs, editor and pro
prietor of the /South Atlantic Review,
was in town one day last week.
"Sec yourself as others see you" by
buying a looking glass from the1
"cheap store" of C. D. Kortjobn,
Stand up 3-0 eleven Democrats who
voted at Bookliart's. Which one of
you voted for Boliver and Livington?
One line Columbia Byciclo will be
rallied soon by Mr. Jas. A. Hamilton.
Those desiring chances sbculd call on
Cigars and tobacco of all qualities
and prices by the box or by small
quantities for sale low down at J. I.
Call on C. D. Kortjobn and (fxam
iuc bis stock of balmorals, hose, hall
hose, clocks and carpets, which he is I
offering at cost.
Genuine gosben butter at 30 cents
per pound, and choice hams at 10
cenls per pound at J. I. Sorrenlruc.
Give him a call. *
The young man who boasti d that
fie could marry any giil he ^pleased,
louud to his great mortification, that
he did not please any*.
A large supply of crockery and
glassware on hand, preserve dishes
am! plates, pitchers, &c. for sale low
down atC. D. Kortjobn.
IVrsoas who have not yet paid their
taxes ,'can do so. without penult}',
until tht-l.V.h. We would ad vise all
who arc bebind to hurry up.
The cheapest, most wholesome and
desirable halving powder in the world
is Town Talk. For sale iu 11, 12
and 1 pound packages by C. D. Kort
Of the thirty Democratic votes re j
ceivud by Gco. Boliyi r only three of
them were polled outside the town of'
Orangcbtirv.. This is creditable to
the country Democracy.
It 13 worth tho trouble to go and
see the largest display of line can
dies, the choicest cream bon-bons,
just up in boxes of 1-1 pound and up,
at Joa. Eros' confectionery. *
When you bear a man sneer at the
honor and virtue of a woman, you
may be sure that he is not accustom
ed to walk in high places, and that
bis hoots are soiled with the mud of a
His Excellency, the President of
the United States, has, by proclama
tion*, dated at Washington November
the 1st, recommended Thursday the
I lie inst., as a day for National
Time brings its revenges. Twelve
years ago Gco. Boliver usurped the
ollieo to which the people had elected
Mr. Joseph F. Robinson. Now the
people has appointed Mr. Robinson to
kick the usurper out.
There is not much difference be
tween a man who stands up and sees
his friend overpowered and the ene
my who overpowers him. Democrats
who failed to vote may be unable to
appreciate this, but its true.
Permanent relief for dyspepsia,
sour stomach, billiousness, and all
diseases ol a disordered liver can he
had by using Portalinc, or Tabler's
Vegetable Liver Powder. Price ?Oc.
White's Cream White Vermifuge is
the best worm killer. For sale by
Dr. J. G. Wr.nnamuker.
We mean what we say and we say
it in the simplest way, Coussens'
Lightning Liniment is the best Lini
ment in the world for rheumatism,
lame back, neuralgia, warts, corns
and so e throat. Pi ice 50 cenls.
White's Cream White is the best
worm killer. For .sale by Dr. J. G.
Bit. J. G. Wnnnamnker is pleased
to inform his patrons that lie has se
cured a stock of "Pulinona," 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 ?l) cts. Call and*see circular
anil certificates. a
Wo enjoyed last week the pleasure
of a visit from Col. Win. Dogan, the
eilicient and courteous agent of the
Cola in bin Register. We wore pleas
ed to learn through him thai this
sterling journal is rapidly increasing
in circulation in this part of the Stale,
not only because of its sound Demo
cratic principles and their bold enun
ciation by its ablo editor, hut because
our people should he put in (dose con
nection with the capital. The Regis
ter deserve success and wo hope will
Tun Vote.?The following is a obr
I rccL statement of the voto polled on
! Tuesday, the 2d instant, at the differ
ent precints in Orangeburg County:
Democratic m njority.221
De mocralic major*uy......92
Democratic mnjoi ity.183
Republican majority.21 ?
Democratic majority.9 1
wash in eton s em ina Ity.
Democratic inojot sty.40
Total Dcmociatic majority.9?0
An Outraoe.?A negro, calling
himself Dr. Posted I and who professed
to be also a fortune teller, was sent
for a few days before the election by
Corry Roach, a colored man living on
Mr. M. R. Ar.lloys place in the Fork,
to see his wife then sick. Alter treat
ing his patient, Postell, as fortune
teller, revealed the past and future
history of Corry for which he was
paid. That night a paity of negroes
consisting of Isaac Curry, Jim Simp
son, Shed Simpson, Gabe Jennings
and Freeman Lyons, led by a colored
preacher, named lluiglcr, armed with
ropes, knives and pistols, violently
entered Corry Roach's house, took
Postell out and, with threats of imme
diate death, demanded his money,
j The frightened negro, to save Iiis life
delivered up all he had. After di
i s iding the spoils the robbers gave him
Ithree hours to leave 'die co.intry and
then followed him shooting and yell
ing to the ahum of Ihe entire neigh
borhood. Several while citizens
learning the circumstances gave the J
poor fellow il'.e needed protection.
Cannot this matter ho inquired into,
'and the ?Handera against the lifo of
T'ostoll and the peace of llic neighbor
[hood be brought to pu islnncnt.
We Take It All Rack.?In our
issue of October 29 wo said: "The
Radical lenders arc ill a dilema. They
have searched the county over for a
i Democrat who will consent to belittle
i himself so much sis to go on their
ticket, and as yet have failed to find
lone. There is no Democrat who will,
of own his accord, place his name on a
list of thieves. This speaks well for
the unity of tho Oraugcburg Dcinoc
jraey." i i the light of what happen
'cued on the 2 1 instant, wo lind that
we were mistaken, and take it all
Time :s Shout.?I'rof. Van Ors
dell, photographer and artist, will
leave Orangohurg on tho first of De
cember. Call early and avoid the
rush. Don't put off until the last
week. He has on hand due mould
ings for making frames, also a line
Iassortment of frames for sale. Call
.early and gel as line a photograph as
can be taken in tho Slate. 1*
: Canvassing tub Vote.?Tlio Board
of Commissioners of Election for Or
nugeburg County, composed of Capt.
P. M:. Wannnmakcr and Mr. T. 0.
Albergolli, mot in the Courthouse on
Tuesday last, and in the presence of
a huge number of our citizens of both
races and canvassed the election re
turns of the different precincts. The
violence acd lawlessness of the Radi
cals at a majority of the precincts
made it absolutely neceesary to ques
tion these returns, and for this pur
pose the law committee, composed of
Messrs. M. I. Browning, A. C. Dib
ble, W. J. DoTrovilio and T. B. Wha.
ley, were in attendance to represent
the Democrats and Messrs. Warren
R. Marshall and Abinl Lalhrop the
Radicals. Objections, upon strictly
legal grounds, were made to counting
the votes of tho Lewisville, Foit
Motte and Fogle boxes. These ob
jections were based upon the intimi
dation of voters by the Radical party
and the unwarranted interference
with the election by so-called United
States Marshals. Alter due conside
ration of every point the Board de
cided to reject the Lewisville, Fort
Motte and Foglc boxes. Messrs.
Marshall and Lalhrop entered a writ
ten protest against the general pro
ceedings and denied the jurisdiction
of the Board in the premises. The
report of the Commissioners was sent
up to the State Canvassers on Wed
nesday, by whom the returns will
again be considered and the fluni do
ci.-ion made. So far as the success ot
the Democrats is concerned, that is
assured. The Commissioners did their
work honestly and fcarlcsssly, and
merit the thanks of every well think
lug citizens of the county. The ob
jections to some of the boxes recount
ed the most outrageous conduct on
the part of a large portion of the
colored people, which can only be ac
counted for on the theory that such
men as Boliver, Webster and Straker
arc the authors of it, and, therefore,
the responsible parties. How long
will Orangoburg County endure such
The Row at Johnson's*?A corre
spondent of the Columbia Registern
gives the following account of the
dillicully at Johnsons on election day,
of which brief mention was made in
our last issue: Jesse Butler, a negro,
challenged the vole of another negro
on account of his youthful appear
ance. The young negro thereupon
declined to vole. Iiis falber Antuey
Miles, foo'i met Jesse Butler on the
street when a quarrel ensued, in which
Antuey' said, that with twenty ne
groes he could charge the box and
tuko posaesion of it, and immediately
began to put his threats into execu
tion. Bis movements upon the box
were promptly opposed by the white
and colored Democrats, when a regu
lar melee commenced. Those negroes
who were iu closest proximity to the
box (among whom was Antuey Mil
es), soon beat a retreat while the fir
ing was being principally done by the
negroes in the rear, wl o were shooting
over Ihe heads of their allies at the
white and colored Democrats in
front; and in this manner Antuey
allies lost hi i life, being shot by one
of his own parly who was trying to
pick oil the honest defenders of the
ballot box. Others were wounded
during the riot, but in the midst of
such contusion it was of course im
possible to tell by whose hands the
shots were Ii;cd."
Intimidation.?At St. Matthew's
on Saturday morning last Cap;. 1>\
M. Wannamnker found the following
notice on a tree at the entrance of his
avenue: "To Frank Wannamakcr: If
you do not declare the election in our
favor you will be dead and in bell in
three days." Underneath the notice
was a target completely riddled with
buckshot or pistol shots. If this was
an attempt to intimidate the Captain
.tin! Uiuko hi in declare the election in
any other way than as the returns
warranted, we think that the writer
has discovered by this lime thai.ho
woke up the wrong passenger.
The Woman's Missionary Society
at Providence Church will have a
picnic then; on Saturday, the 27lb in j
stanl. Professor Duncan will deliver
an address, ami probab.y .Mis. Bish
op Wight man also, besides Rev.1
Mcssis. Darby, Platt and others.
The Socieiv extends a cordial invita
tion to friends who feel interested to
participate wt h them on this occa
sion in tho celebration of their first
I anniversary. Minnie Edwards,
Coi responding Secret a; y.
We were pleased to meet at our of
fice on several occasions Mr. C. 11.
Riggs, editor and proprietor of the
/Vcsa, published at Bristol!, Conn., a
kinsman ol our worthy fellow-Citizen,
Mr. Harpin Riggs. Ho is a gcn'lc
i man of culture, genial manners and
I position, ami his visit to our county
during the election will give him a
correct idea of what Republicanism in
' ihe .South means.
Mr. J. I. Sorrcnlrue invites special
! attention lo Iiis l u ge and varied
j Block, embracing 25 dozen unlnuri
drictl shirts, which he is selling at
from 75 conls lo 81.50 a piece, and
: many oilier tilings at lihe reasonable
prices. If you are in toaieh of a bar
gain go lo Sorrcnlruu's, ami don't
you forget it.
Till", following is the number of votes
received by each cail'Jidate at the recent
election in tills County. Those marked
thus * are Democrats and are elected:
*M. I?. O'Connor..'1,027
E. W. M. Mackey.2,712
*\V. St. J. Jervoy.3,517
M. E. Hutchinson.2.581
Maines F. Izlar.3.03g
E. M, Finckney.2,705
KEPlt ks ENTATI v es.
?It. II. Knottfl.3.g20
?J. (; Jlolman.3.g30
J macs Rlckcubackcr.2.765
?lohn M. Thompson.2.70!)
1?. D. JelTcout.2.700
II. 11. Iluyues.2,709
CLERK OK COURT.
*.f. F. Robinson.8.684
?A. M. Sal ley.3.578
.1. 11. Livingston. 2,748
?B. P. Izlar.3 578
C. B. Glover.2.753
?S. K. Melliehanip.3.025
W. a. I loll man.2,70g
count v com .miss iok er6.
*.L A. Fanning.8.628
*U. O Danlzlcr.3,623
E. T. It. Smoalt.2.714
D. S. Sawyer.2,711
*J. L. Hcitriiaii.:lg25
The Presidential Electors ran about
even with the above vote. There was no
opposition to the Stale ticket.
The week of prayer for young men
and Voting .Men's Ulliislian Associa
tions will be opened with a sermon by
the Rev. J. D. A. Brown, at the
Methodist Church, on .Sunday even
ing, at half past eeven o'clock. At
the close ol the services a statement of
the work of thelntcrualioual Commit
to will bcrcad ami a collection taken
up^ln aid of their work. Moody and
Sankey hymns No. 1 will be used, i
During the w eck, services will beheld
at the rooms of the Association every
evening commencing at half past sev
en o'clock. The public are invited to
attend, especially the \oung people.
Young America Fair.?The". La
dies Committees please meet at Mrs.
Scovilles Tuesday Afternoon, Nov.
19th, at half past 3 o'clock.
Through the courtesy of tho South
ern Express Company all packages
addressed "Firemans" Fair" will be
delivered free of charge.
Mrs. Santa Claus tells us she is
delighted with the interest the chil
dren manifest in the fair and promis
es a bountiful supply for youmz and
No better illustration of the blind
ignorance and obedience, to party be
hests of the negro voters could be
found than their failure to vole for
the constitutione! amendment to the
homestead law. This amendment
was intended directly ill the ilerest of
the poor borrower. The negroes
failed to vote for it simply because
their leaders had not put it on their
TIN AND WOO DEN W A RE,
LAMP and LAMP FIXTURES,
TOBACCOS, S EG ARS,
&c., Ao.y &eM &c.
if I don't sell von for LESS than any
one 1 will give you a BARREL OF I
CODFISH, and you will be able to ocu 1
Hie bargains as easy as you can smell
Polite and kind attention shown by all
eierks and employees.
Call early and get the BEST BAR
GAINS you ever bought.
A. B. WALKER,
Oct l Champion Grocer.
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j Oft i Editor and Bublisher.
Hotel iPov Salo.
r jPho olligihly located Hotel, containing
L 'Jit rooms, Known u? the "Moroncy
I House," is oil-Ted for snle on reasonable
Tim now Colt ago, containing five
rooms ail necessary conveniences, on
; llrouglitoii street, between the Mcroucy
House ami Mr. I>. Louis' residence is
uttered for sale on accommodating
tcims^ Apply to
Uci W. A. MEKON.EX
GEO. H, CORNELSON,,
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
I am now receiving and opening the
largo?* Rtock of
&c-, &c, &c.f
I have also fitted up a separate room for
CLOT II IN Gt ,
In which the largest Stock ever exhib
ited is displayed, which will be sold very
low. Also. . . .
SADDLES AND HARNESS,
in large variety and nt lowest prices I
I would also call special attention tor. ' ?
STOCK OF FURNITURE,
Verv pretty suits in Walnut, such as
Dressing Case Suit*, Parlor Suits, &c.
A car load of new one, two and three
horse WAGONS will arrive hi a few
All of which is exhibited and sold at
low down prices.
GEORGE Hi CORNELSON.
HOLD THE FORT.
So do I intend to sell
I a il
? k "f rfn
GOODS IN MY LINE
just as In New" York. . '? '
Call and examine my
Before you buy. All good* warranted.
W. IP, Robinson,;
Watchmaker and Jeweller,
Russell Street, Oraugeburg, 3. C| i.'
Ready for Business,1
? a tj .H&fy a
AVANTED ! 3! * fl
FIVE THOUSAND BUSHELS GOOD
ROUGH RICE PER MONTH.
* ? 1 : ' ; . Kl? A
Our Rice Mill being now ready fbr '
business, with greutly increased Ca? l"
pacity. We hereby give notice that wo
are now in the rice market,.and will pay.
highest cash prices for good Rough .'
Rice. We don't want had and'chatty"-'
rice at any price. It will be to your In- ? >
terest to clean your rice well, As we
propose to pay according to the quali
ty of each lot oftered us. ? ? :'
Respectfully, . no- , ;i
Oct 22-Gmo J. STRAUSS & CO. ?',,!.?
h. spahr, /,;;,:
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, ; A>
Watcher, Clocks, - ;
Jewelry, Spectacles, ' tiJri.
? i ? -?? O. t ? i^|J
Musical Instrumenta, boa
&c., Ac. <jc.
ah muse in ueeu ot a good pair of"
Spectacles can be perfectly suited. Fl
j All repairs carefully and neatly execu- j
ted. Prices reasonable. Oct ft ,^
L. s. WOLFE, D.D.S..
Graduate of Baltimore Dental College.
?~ ?? . ... .i
Olllce over D. .Louis' Store, ?
! Oilers his professional servloes to tjioejtl
1 /.ens of Orangcburg and adjoining ccon*
d?3- .'V '^':,>
Teeth extracted without pain by tho
use ot Nitrous Oxide Gas, t?>* safest *,n?
test he: ie known to scieneo. Satlslaetloi.y
Jan. 3D, \SSft-ly _ ' ' j ?
IGENERAL MERCHANDIZE, purchase
led at the vesy lowest point of the market*
as just returned from the North with,
a large ami well assorted stock o.t;
! and to t?e sold at corresponding tare**,
i Cumi' one ami all and see lor yourstirqi
I the bargains to be obtained. Oil Clotha*
'Carpeting and Furniture ot 'the latest pat-.
? terns. . D. LOUIS.
Sept 3?3 mos _
> ISotioo oi Disini88n!.
On 15th Novomber next I will fllo my
I Ihiul account as Guardian ot Eli/abut),
A. Glover with Probate Judge of Or
Inuguburg County, and n*k tor letter-:;
dUiiilssory. I?. ?2. GLOVKft,
Oct 13 Guardian?...