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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 26 September 1879

*V Piipor ibr tins People. 11. C SlirKlDAN, ) ,. 11 ,t..a i . i Proprietors. JA MKS 1j. SUIS, ) * SUUSCUJITION. One- Year.f?o M\ Months.I OO Mini.-urs of thu (Jospcl.1 OO ??i ? AOVKKTISIKO It AT 1*8. FJ'vt Insertion, per square.1 <><> Kuuh Suoscqueul Insertion.CS O >t i'**I..iberal contracts iituue ior three mom Im ami louder periods. AM transient advertisement* mu-t be paid Cor in advance. Marriages ami Notices of Deaths, nol iilukiiig over one square, inserted tree, ait'l coJicilcd. 5Ci^**^Ve uro not responsible lor the View.* uf our Correspondent**. AU business Comuiuulcatlons, Letters for I tU>licHiion, and Orders for SutKei'.p U?n, as well us all Advertisements, shviu';C he addressed to SlIICIUDAN & SIMS, Oraugeburg, S. C. PowtolIIeo 1 L?ut-t*. Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A. M., au 1 from half-past 10 A- M. to 4 I*. M. Columbia uiail closes at 10 A. M. and thu Charleston mail at half.past5 I*. .M. Oti Tuesdays add Fridays a mail for Fiodervill'', V...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 26 September 1879

A. Paper lor tlio People, oranobbuhg, S. C. SEPTEMUKRSG, 1!S7!I. Marrying a woman for beauty is liko eating a bird for its singing. The wooils were burning in the neighborhood of Mr. Adam Stroman on Friday lsst. Mr. W. W. Culler was painfully Injured last week by bis horse falling iu a hole while deer hunting. Two houses in Charleston doing a large business are reported as having suspended last week in consequence of the Adgcr failure. Mu. Joseph A. Minickeu fell from the gin house of Mr. D. J. Knotts one day last week and was painfully, if not seriously, injured. Mr. John G. McKewn last week fell from his hand car while running and was soriously injured. We hope he may soon be able to enter upon his duties again. Dr. Ileury M. Bruns, the Nestor of education and science, is here on a vacation, slopping with the Rev. T. II. Legare. The Doctor looks well, though past bis three score and ten. We learn that the wife of Mr. T. B. Jackson, near Four IIolo Bridge, died on Wednesday morning...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 26 September 1879

EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. ? All eonimuiilciitliins Intended Kir this uuluinu i Iiiuil-I In-a.liln-.SMMl to J. U. o'N. Holloway. JCsq., who has Lit: illy consented to i-tlit it. Lot us Road. The great Dr. Johnson was once asked, who was tlie moBt miserable man, the reply of the sage was: /'That man who can not read on a rainy day." What a volume of truth in u single sentence ! Indeed it is a solid truth (hat the man wiio has re sources within himself for happiness, is happier and more contented than the one who seeks his happiness from sources without. Hence the gieat Hohei t Hall speaks the truth : "The man who can read, and possesses a taste for reading, can lind Bufllcient entertainment at home ; the man who can uot, is tempted to repair to the nubile bouse for entertainment/' It 1s indeed a a&d fact that we of the South ase not a reading people, and Jtaow acaxeely scything that trans pire* cateide ?X oar Immediate range t*S obearratfoa. Win we eter correct oar ?egliganco? Mb, Edito...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 3 October 1879

"Vol. I. ORANGEBURG/, S. C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER {J, 1879. No. 40. SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. SunsciurriON. One Year.SI.GO Six Months.1.00 Ministers of the Gospel.1.00 Advertisements. First Instcrtioii.$1.00 lach Subsequent Insertion.GO Liberal contracts made for 3 mouth end over. JOB OFFICE 18 PROTA1TED TO DO AM. KINDS OT Job IPrintirig Branchvills. Brancitvillk, S. C, Sept, 2G, 1879. Editor Oranijebxirg Democrat: I htwo thought that a lino from this bustling, busy town might not be unacceptable to your readers. But little appears iu your paper from this eeotion of the county. It is not, how over, your fault?it is ours. Wo do siot write?and we do not write, not because there is nothing to say, but because of an indisposition to exer cise pen and head. I am satisfied if wo would write you would give us a place every week in what I conceive to bo one of tho newsiest county pa pers in the State. If I had the car of Orangcburg County I would say substantially to every man that he was...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 3 October 1879

<V. l??*l>OV 1<>1* llio ]?e?]>lC II. G. SllEKlUAN, I ? . . 'James L. \lllJ^tor8' SUUSCltli'TION. Oll? Year.,*>0 Six Mouths.I <><> Alhiratcl'S of the Cos pel. l 00 -o? advkutjsim; uItesJ First Insuilion, per suuarc.1 <><> Each Subsequent Insertion.-~>o 6Ct) '"Liberal contracts mane lur three mouths ami longer periods. All transient advertisements must be paid lor in advance. , 'Marriages ami Notices of Deaths, not making over one squ'ure, inserted Iree. and solicited. ?0? 5Sr**We aro nut responsible for the views of our Correspondents. 'All Business Communications. Letters] 1 for Publication, and Orders for Subscrip tion, us well us all Advertisements, | should bo uddrested to SHEP.IDAN & SIMS, Orangeburg, S. 0. > OttAKUKUUltQ, S. C., OCTOUEU 3. 187?. Supreme Court and tho Bond Ques tion. In June, 1877, the Legislature adopted a Joint Resolution which provided, for the appointment of a: Commission, to contest ol members of the House...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 3 October 1879

A. I*lvjr>OV ibr 11? o Pooplo. Postofllco Hours. Open from half-past H to 10 o'clock A. MM and from half-past to A. M. to i p. M. Columbia mail closes at 10 A, M. and the Charleston mall at half, past ? I*. M. On Tuesdays und Fridays :t mall for Foldcrvtllo, Vnnces Ferry and Holly Hill closes at half-past 7 A. M. On Fridays a mail for Knott's At Ills. "Witt's .Mills and ltishcs1 Store doses at half-past 2 P. M. OKANGliUUliO, S. ?. 0,CT0DElt3, 1871?. Big stock nt Henry Kohn all in but .not sold. Cull at once before the stock is picked over. The big stock of goods recently re ceived at Coruelsou's have all leeu sold, but more are coming. Fort thrco tramps for ten cents, which, by the way, is an excellent sogar, go to Borrentruo and Loryca, Love sees what no eye sees ; love hears what no car hears ; and what never rose in the heart of man love prepares for its object. Mk. Jos. Eros has on hand a full supply of scgars and lobacGO of the first quality. Go and sec him when you want a g...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 3 October 1879

i iu??.?.jj.^zgiiMiiui hi.u.^winia it CDU CAT ION AL COLUMN. All c? ? in in tin it-:i I i m inteiiUi'tl tor tills i'uliiinii Mtiiiiln i. .i.uiif.srcii to .j. II. o'X. Iloiiuway, fhKq...wllO Ii:ih kliully con-ifitjtojl lo Uilll it. (Our School System. Another reason why.our system has -prown into disfavor .with our people, nntl il is a defect .which is chnrgeahh mainly upon,teachers, is the great diversity of school books. Loud and frequent complaints were made oi Jhis evil when the State Board of Ex ?amuicrs established a series of text .books to be used in the public schools dor Jive years. As Boon as our people .understand the now departure they Avill take more kindly to the system. Again, the supervision of School Commissioners, school trustees and parents, is very defective, and by .their neglect to develop tho system .have learned to prate about the ineffi ciency und inutility of tho system. Our people do uot take enough inter ?st in sucti matters. Very few mani fest uny euro o...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 10 October 1879

?l)c wamgcbttcg Wfcm&wat* "Vol. I. ORANGEBTJKG, S. C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1879. 2STo. 41. SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. SUnSCHll'TION. Ono Year.81.60 Six Months.1.00 Ministers of tho Gospel.1.00 ADVERTISEMENTS; First Instertion.SI .00 Euch Subsequent Insertion.50 Liberal contracts made for 3 month and over. JOI3 pFFIOE 18 PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS OF Alere Flammam. Editor Orangeburg Democrat: All sensible people (yourself ex cepted because those who occupy your position must necessarily under go various impositions) will be ex pected to skip this article as they have been informed that this sort of "quibble" will not do for them. As "quibble" has been applied to a pre vious production of my pen, I warn them in time that they will irretrieva bly commit themselves to folly in the judgment of one whose opinion is evi dently of no little importance, if they read my communication. "Trustee" and a few of kindred spirit, will prob ably lend an ear; of course I am not so presumptiou...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 10 October 1879

Pnpor ioi- the People. II. G. S.IIRKIDAN, ) ,, . ,_ , i o ; Proprietors. JAMKS L. 01 MS, l 1 KlMISCKll'TION. Oho Year. .?50 ''.Six Months.J (M? JIhiiMers of the G* on pel. 1 OO ?o? A i>VKKTisi Nfi JtATK8. First Insertion', per sqiinre....1 OO ?\Kaeh Subsequent Insertion.."?<> * KSTLlborni contracts muuc ior tliree iuuuths and longer periods. ?' All transient advertisements .must bo ' paid for in advance. Marriages and Notices of Death?, not making over ono square,? inserted tree. . and'solicited. ?o? {?"Wc arc not responsible for the views of our Correspondents. ?? AU Business C'ojmnuuicutions, Letters for Publication' and Orders for Sufoscrip ttien, as well as all Advertisements, 'nhould be addressed to ? " aliEl'tlDAN & SIMS. Oruugcburg, S. 0. 'OltANOKUUItO, S. C, OCTOHElt 10, 1S70. Fjir Premiums. In our last issue we used the occa sion for urging our citizens to go to work at once and prepare something for the Fair. This is a mutter that "concerns the entire county, ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 10 October 1879

.A. Pupov A>i* tit? People. X*o?toilloo Jloiirs. Open from iuilf-pn?t 8 to 10 o'clock A. 'Mm and from half-past 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. Columbia mail closes at 10 A, M. ami -tho Charleston mall at half.pastf) P. M. Ou Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for 'Feldervillo, Vances Ferry and Holly Hill closes at half-past 7 A. M. On Fridays a mail for ICnott's Mills, "NVitt'b Mills and Kishes' Store closes at half-past 2.P. M. Oranoebubc, s. c. October io, isto. See advertisement of n Freed man's National Bank book lost by T. K. Sasportas. For Colds, Cough, Bronchitis and nil affections of the Lungs, take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. In consequence of the absence of tho Rev.'O. A. Darby the Methodist Church will be closed on next Sunday. It is amusing to hear the average yillago youngster discuss the impor tant bubject of "swearing off" as phristmas di aws near. We had tho pleasure of meeting R. C. Logau, Esq., the genial travel ing agent of the News and Courier, in town one day last week. Odk blacks...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 10 October 1879

11 Iii ? iurrn-nmi-rm?nrn"rrrn- -mvini am EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. All ? <>iuniimlc:it'n<ns Intcinlcil |<?- ilii? column rli<?t||.l I... Mltttl'4>Kf?Hl to .). It. O'N. I lotloW liV, Esq., wlio lias Uli.illy cdiisciiIimI in t>ilil it. Ml*. Editor: ?Can "worth" bo considered u prop osition? Yes, by a considerable stretch of tho imagination; but not otherwise. The sentence is elliptical. The only prop*?r way to deal with Mich is to supply (ho omissions. ? Then wo have, ''That knife is of thei .value of one dollar."' Substitute "worth" for "of the value of," and wc (have, ''That knife is woith one dol lar." Now, because worth seems to be substituted for a phrase bcginn'tig and ending with a preposition, some grammarians, taking the very broad .est view of the subject, have consider ed it a preposition. Hut perhaps in judiciously. "lie is of a well-thoughi of family." In tins sentence, ktof n .well-thought of," may, it is true, i? considered a preposition ; but it would b...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 17 October 1879

SIIKRIDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. SUDSORIPTIOK. One Year.SI.50 Six Months.1.00 Ministers of tho Gospel.].00 AOVKHTISKMKNTS. First Instertlon....;.$1.00 Kach Subsequent Insertion.60 Liberal contracts made for ;{ month and over. ?TOT3 OFFICE 18 PREPARED TO DO AM. KINDS OK A Grange Essay. The Grange was formed for mutual education, elevation, assistance and sympathy among farmers ; for an in terchange of thought, observation and experience, so that each may bo benefltted by the thought, observa tion and experienoo of all. Every one might bring something to read or to bo read, ask some questions, give some item of his own experience new to tho others if not to himself, and this at every meeting. I each mem ber considered himself or herself re sponsible for the interest of every meeting, what a centre of attraction our society would be, and what a vim it would add to our gatherings ! Farming is not such a finished, dead and buried science that there is nothing new to be said about it. T...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 17 October 1879

SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. SUDSORIPTIOK. Ono Year.SI.50 Six Months.1.00 Mlnl8terHof tho Gospel.1.00 Advkhtiskmknts. First Instertlon....;.SI .00 Each Subsequent Insertion.60 Liberal contracts miulc for ;f month ami over. JOB OFJFICH: 18 PRKPARRD TO DO ALT. KINDS OK <Tol> Printing A Grange Essay. The Grange was formed for mutual education, elevation, assistance and sympathy among farmers ; for an in terchange of thought, observation and experience, so that each may be benefitted by the thought, observa tion and experience of all. Every one might bring something to read or to be read, ask some questions, give Borne item of his own experience new to the others if not to himself, and this at every meeting. I each mem ber considered himself or herself re sponsible for the interest of every meeting, what a centre of attraction our society would b*, and what a vim it wouid add to our gatherings 1 Farming is not such a finished, dead and buried science that there is nothing new...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 17 October 1879

A. X??i>oi- ibr tl?o People, II. G. SllKltlDAt;, ) u . , I Jam ich 1, Sims, rropnC^8, ..... sunscuunrioN. One Yonr....5.s$l r>0 ..Six Montbs.1 OO 'jMini.-tfi-.s ol Ute (?ospel. X OO -o? A I> vkkt1S 1 no RATES. F.'vst Insertion, per suuarie.31 OO' .,Ench Subsequent Insertion.'...r>0 i, f5^"'I.ib?'i-al contracts maui; j?r tlire< months und longer periods, g AH transient advertisements must be paid lor in advance. Marriages and Notices of Deaths, not making over one square, inserted free. und'solicited.' (i ? ?o? iStT^Wo are not responsible for the .views of our'Corrcspohdonts. All Business Communications, Letters ' for Publication, and Orders for Subscrip tion, as well as all Advertisements, ; nliouhl be addross-e.d t.o SIIEItlDAN & SIMS. Orangeburg, s. 0. OllAKGKBUUO, S. (.-., OCTORKR 17. IST'J. Accumulation. The harvest season being well ad vanced, it is the projxcr time for the ?Jarmer to look around him and see Whether his plans have been carried j out and ,his ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 17 October 1879

,A. I?ui>ox- for tlM? l*eoi>l?. I*o?i:oillc?o Hours. Open from ludf-pa?t 8 to 10 o'clock A. M.. and from half-past 10 A. M. to <J P. M. . Columbia mall closes at 10 A, M. and the Charleston mall at half.past.r) P. M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for Felderville, Vances Ferry and Holly Hill closes at;half-past 7 A. M. On Frlda3rs a mail for Knott's Mills, "Witt's Mills and Rishes' Storo closes at lialf-past.2 P. M. Orangebuug, s. C. octouek 17, 1870. (Union Cnmpmccting in lower St. Matthews commenced on Wednesday night last. (Buggies for the million at Mr. B. Frank Slaters'. Call at once and make yqur selection. Mb. B. Frank Slater invites the attention of those in want of buggies to the large variety lie has on hand. Our thanks are due Mr. J. F. .Jaokson., near Bccvcsvillc, for a mess of his excellent turnips. They were fine. "Winat ?s the surest remedy for at. stoking scalp and to remove dandruff from the head? Hall's Vegetable SiciHftn flair jRc-newor. The giaud jury wa...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 17 October 1879

EDUCATIONAL COL?lVlN. All Cninillllnloal|<llI< ifiteiKlcil'roi-.llii? column MlOllM i..' rt.l.ll. SX..? |??M. |t. }.,;.(;;..;;.. fc-tiq.. who hns kl Uly uqnynlt?] in wlft Ii. Our School System. Jhc public nhool s\stem of our Stale is receiving' vigorous assaults 'from able pens aind'wiee lionds. One of the boldest attacks has lately liccii 'made by forl foi?f. Ihjtct, be fore the /VeaeheiV Assoclat'on of Abbeville County. Wo like this ppiiit of .at-1 '.tacking "without je^ir,' favor or allec lion" whatever .we consiiier defective 'in the administration of i.slice in out State. Jt is I lie very best course l<> get at the bottom of matters, am' c leanse them of all impuiilies and er rors. Of eourse ssm can't add much 10 Vihul has already hi en said, but we Will have our say any way. We propose to poiul out one or two prominent d< feels in pur.system in 'addition tu those already presented on this subject. Without any hesita tion, wo pronounce the system in our 'State ex...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 24 October 1879

SHERIDAN &, SIMS, Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION. .Omo Year..;:.81.HO .Six Months....?..1.00 Ministers of the Gospel.1.00 Advertisements. First Instertlon.<.81.00 ' Each Subsequent Insertion.60 Liberal contracts made for 3 month and over. JOB OFFICE 18 PBEVARBD JOJIO AM. KINDSQF Job 3?x?ixiting "J"hc Country .Dootof? Warmly Mngnziuo. For a compressed buudlo of good linrd sense, over.-ttied patience, ne cessitated economy, bluo pills and an' ability to diagnose a case within a day or so, commeud us to that disci ple of JEeculapius who worms his >vsj> through thick and thin under a high-crowned hat and the euphonious appellation of a "country doctor." Far be it from my purpose to ridicule him ; he, of all others, needs my leu derest sympathies and my biggest fees. But he has passed before me, and the temptation to photograph him is too strong, and here he is, in all his lights, just as he is seeu every day in the village. Nalurc-^that freakish old dame? never thought enough of...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 24 October 1879

_j\ PhuQt* .tl?o J."*e<>i>lc5. ^..G.-Shkhmmk, jp prIetorg> 4uuscrai>TioN. .One Year.;.i$l *?50 Six Miuitlis.1 OO JMihUtcrs ol the G*08|??l. 1 OO ?o APVKKTISINd RATES. y\y$i insertion, per suuarc.1 OO Kuch Subsequent Insertion.r>0 ft^^Libornl contracts iuhuu u?r threi1 Smilllllfi Slid IOii^v:i |M iimirf. i All .transient advertisements must be 4>:ii<l for In advance. Marriages and Wolie.es.of Deaths, not .mating itvcr .tmc square, inserted free, and solicited. ?o? KSF^Wo .arc nut responsible for the ?a;Iowh of our Correspondent:'. AU business Communications. Letters for Publication, and Orders for Subscrip tion,. as well as. all Advertisements, should be addressed to SHKKIOAN A SIMS. Orangcburg, S. G. OltANGRUUItG, S. C, OCTOnt:u2-l. 1S7? Troublo in Georgia. J^rom ,reports given in the Augus ta papers, it seeins that a reign of Aercor.ejcisle in a portion of Baldwin and .Iiaucoek Counties, Ga., caused l>y a gang of lawless men, Btyling themselves "regulator...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 24 October 1879

A. Paper lor the People* PosfcoilI<?<? Hours. Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A. SI., and from half-past 10 A. M. to 4 P. SI. Colunihia mail closes at 10 A, M. and the Charleston mallI at half.past 5 P. M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for Foldervllle, Vanccs Ferry and Holly Hill closes at half-past. 7 A.M. On Fridays a mall for Knott's Mills, "Witt's Mills and Itlshes' Store closes at half-past 2 P. AI. OUANOKllURG, S. C. OCTOBER 24, 1870. Woman's inhumanity to man is what keeps the broom market stead}'. "If it wasn't for hope tho heart ?would break," as the old lady said when she buried her seventh husband Hon. R. M. Sims, Secretary of State, Is dangerously ill at Columbia. His friends are uneasy as to the re sult. Mr. John Rolhwell, the young Evangelist, so well and favorable known all over this State died in Gualph, Canada on the 5th inst. We regret to learn that tho gin, mill and house of Capt. S. Liebman, at Grahams' was burned on Saturday night last. Cause of tire ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 24 October 1879

fcUUUATIONAL COLUMN. AH 4'>>uiiiMii)icatl<i|is Inlomluil (?v ihi ? minimi ?I...11MI1 ? '?il<iec.->c'V W j- ll??lloway, Kaq. wlio Iiiir illy coitMiiitvil in tsHt (t. Compulsory Education. Civil losliaints imply nothing more than a surrender qC-Otir liberty in some ... respects, for the purp'o'so'ot'securing j.(its exist once in si.mi'c other i.eapects <.f more vital importar.ee. Thus we 'j mil render the right to tmnish h'juries received, only tp' sce.irre the agoncj j-oJ>law in( obtaining justice for our -pelves. Political society rtCccsoarih involves civil government, and gov ernment impljes/orce and restraint. . K wc inquire into the reason of polil iicui^ocjcty^ .w.c.n^id jvto wc?lo eu?r(| against thd- tfpgrLS*ions and injuries . ?./ olhcrB, for the absence of injustice, no protection on government would lio necessary. With tho truth ol ,'lhcso assertions before us we an ready to apswer that arguu.ent so of ten adduced by1 those; who keenly .w'atcli' any encr...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
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