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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 31 October 1879

. SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. Suusckiptiok. One Year.81.50 Six Months......1.00 Ministers of tho Gospel.1.00 Advertisements. First Inslertion.61-00 Euch Subsequent Insertion.50 .Liberal coutracts nuido for 3 mouth nnd over. J OT3 OFFICE 18 PBKPABEP TO DO ALT. KINDS OK ! tlolo 3?x*inting Poiitioal Absorbents. Tbero is n greed for ofllce all over tbe country?North and South, East and West?which bids fair to ongulf us all, people and office-holders, in ono common ruin. It seems the po litical aspirants bold that tbe people and all the industries of this great country have been born and estab lished for the purpose of their indi vidual advancement and personal glorification. Men, who have no earthly claim to be called from the honorable and useful post of citizen ship, weary of the word unless they can get office ; and we find men aspi ring to lofty political positions who we never, in the remotest contempla tion of the most distant futuro, ever connected with such trusts. Most me...

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. — 31 October 1879

yv. l?uipci* lbi- tl?o People. V/G-S/,,:,'',iAN'lp.op,k.t(>rs. Jamks L. Sims, ) 1 si>nsci:ir'noN. ' ? One Your.ni> 'Mx Months.1 <><> Mini.-Urs ill* Uli: <?<jSpi)T...,.f'...... 1 OO - ? AUVliKTISJNO U.VTKS. 3?"!vst. Insertion, per HltiaiC.1 OO J'?ieh Subsequent Insertion.?">0 t^" I/iln'nil coiilr:uMs inane lor three months, and longer periods. All transient advei?llsci'ietiis must bo paid tor iu Atlytm.ce'. 1 Marriages nml Notie.es of- Heaths, not, making ..over ono square, inserted 1'rc.e, and solicited. tQ^YVe nre not responsible for the drlftws of our Correspondent^. v'-: All lUisihess Communications, Lettci's i for PubllenttOii, anil Orders for Subscript ilou. as wi-Jl us till Advertisements. T-hould bo'alVdrossi'd lb 5 ' '" SllEltlDAN & SIMS, Oraugeburg, S. ('. OuANcV.nuuii, S. &, OcTonuitSl, lS7u Tho Grand Jury's Report. 3y order of the presiding Judge we publish the full text of this report in to-day's issue, and we would call the attent i...

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. — 31 October 1879

A. Pivjjox* lor tlao l'ooplo, 3?08toillco Hours. Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A. M.,'and from halr-past 10 A. M. to 1 P. M. Columbia mail closes at 10 A. M. and the Charleston mall at half past DP. M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for Feldervillo, Vances Ferry and Holly Hill .closes at half-past 7 A. M. On Fridays a mail for Knott's Mills, "Witt's Mills .and Pishes' Store closes at half-past 2 P. M. _ OltANGEUUKG, S. C. OcTOUER 31, 187f>. Teams will meet promptly at half past one o'clock this afternoon at the store of Mr. P. G. Cannon. A Vermont editor claims to have seen a rainbow at night, and the tem perance people despair of him. Hie women of this untry squan der 814,500,000 a year on ribbous. Just think how many cigars that mon ey would buy. Let everybody turn out to-day and go to the Fair, and contribute their mite towards making the exhibition a complete success. We had the pleasure of meeting last Wednesday morning the Rev. W. It. Richardson, who had just ar 'eive...

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. — 31 October 1879

f PPPATIONAL CQLUMN. All utiutnttintoullona itituiidori for tliln oolnmii ?JhnilM ?!? h?IiIiyhm'?I to .1. It. O'X. Ilolluwuy, f-'sq., wlio li:e- Kit illy consented to vilil It. Mor.ilily wilhout Religion. They have come to the conclusion In Masea ihnsets that they don't want any more religious teaching in their prisons, ami three doctors of divini ty arc putting their bends together, ] roparing a bill lor the Legislature, providing for a "tenther of morality" to Btipplant the present teacher of re ligion. It seems tho time has come when people are praying for morality with out religion, piety wilhout a Hildo, a i hureh without a ciec<i,aud u preach er'without a belief. Will kouiobody itell us liow to teach morality without religion? A president of a New En gland college once suit] that "In Iii? institution, Christianity hud been .liiere inculcated in a way to hurt no body's feelings. Now, the truth is. Jthnt unless the leaching of true relig ion does hurt somebody's lei lings it ...

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. — 7 November 1879

SHERIDAN 3 SIMS? Proprietors. SunscuibTioK*. Ono Year.81.50 Six Months.1.00 Minister? of the Gospel.1.00 A 1>V BRTI8EM KNTS. tflrstlnstertkm.?i-00 Each Subsequent Insertion.Bp Liberal contracts made for 3 month end over. J OI3 Ol^JFlOJiS IS PREi'ABED TO DO ALL KINDS Or* An Example to be Followed. In one of the towns of central Iowa Iherc resides a wealthy banker whose 'eldest daughter has but recently be come engaged to be married. As would be expected from the position of her family this young lady has had the benefit of the best social and intel lectual advantages at home, besides having been a student at Vassar for some time, and traveled considerably, from all' of which she has attained quite an unusual degree of culture for a lady of only twenty years. To an ordinary observer it would seem that her training had been all that could be desired ; but her father thought differently. When he found that she had decided to take upon herself the duties of wifehood, he, knowing how g...

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. — 7 November 1879

SHERIDAN & sTftlij Proprietors. SunscuiPTioN. One Year.SI.50 Six Mouths.1.00 Minl&terH of the Gospel.1.00 ADVERTISEMENTS. I^lrstlnRtcrtioii.91.00 Euch Subsequent insertion.?o Liberal eoutraets made lor :t month ami over. is PBE1*ABEU TO L?o ALL KINDS OF An Example to bo Followed. In one of the towns of central Iowa there resides a wealthy banker whose 'eldest daughter has but recently be come engaged to be married. As would bo expected from the position of her family this young lady has had the benefit of the best social and intel lectual advantages at home, besides having been a student at Vassal* for some time, and traveled considerably, from all of which she has attained quite an unusual degree of culture for a lady of only twenty years. To an ordinary observer it would seem that her training had been all that could be desired ; but her father thought differently. When he found that she had decided to take upon herself the duties of wifchood, he, knowing how greatly the h...

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. — 7 November 1879

-A Pupur ibr tlio People, tl. G. SlIEKIDANi { iutor8. Jamks L. Sims, ) 1 SLIISCnil'TlON. n?p Your.Vf.,-<.*JM 550 six Months......I oo .nu.u-U:rs uf llic Gospel.'....1' OO ADVKUTISIKfl RATES. ' First Insertion, per "square.1 OO Kweli Suhs.eiAieut insertion.SO iGtP'kiberal coiVrajttfJjniitYe woe three months jsiid logger dtfr)od?'*[ .'AH transient ^ycrrtsci'ieiii* must be iinid for In advance. ' j Marriages and Not ices of Deaths, noi mnking ??vor one square, inserted free, (jind solicited. pgr?Wo aro not responsible for the views of our Correspondents. All BusiiiMfc'eoiinuuideations, Letten! for I'ublicnliod.'Hud Orders for Subseiip tion, its well its all Advcrlisbnlents. rihotlld be address?-?! lo- ' ' SHERIDAN & SIMS, ?' Orangclmrg, S. C. OltAKOKUURO, S. C, NoVKMUKU 7, 1S7?. The Charleston Nomination. At ,a ^recent 'Dcmoc alic Conven tion of the city, Ci pt. Wm. A. Cour tenny Wfls unanimously nominated for th?,QlKcp ?f:Mayor of the cily, und ac cepted it yeiy gracefully in a...

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. — 7 November 1879

A Pupur ibr tlie People. Ii. G. Sheridan, I ? . .. , , .. vj Proprietors. Jamks L. Sims, ) 1 stnscitirtiON. _ IWYwir. .#1 SO iSix Months.V..OO .Modeler* uf the U??8*pel....'.'....'1' OO ~0? J." AOVKUTISIKC ratk8. FIvjst Insertion, per"iuuare.1 OO Kucli Subseii'uent insertion.GO 5t3T*".I?ibera! contnit'is", rakue ??r three mouths and logger uttViodaV' , ./ All traiislent ftAyv'rii&&eviM must be iiuiil for in advnuee. ii Marriages ami Noticesof DuatliS. nol making over one square, inserted tree, .^iiid solicited. 5jSeF***We aro not responsible for the views of our Correspondents. All Business'Communications, Letter-? for Publication,1 and Orders for Subscrip tion, as well as all Adverlisbments, should be addressed to' ' ' SHERIDAN & SIMS, ?' Orangeburg. S. 0. ?_. 1 i. -? OltANUEUUKG, S. 0., NoVKMUKtl 7, IST'J. The Charleston Nomination. At vtt trccont 'Demoo atic Conven tion of the city, Ci pt. Win. A. Cour tenay was unanimously nominated for thp.ollicp of .Mayor of the ci...

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. — 7 November 1879

Paper i'or tint People. Ii. G. StlEltlDAN, j . t , ... '} Proprietors. jamks L. S ms, ) 1 SL'IISCUIPTJON. *>??.. Yi.nr. .t$l r>0 Six Months......OO .mii.u-u rs uf the (Joyptd.....1' OO ? ' '^o? ?<> J adveutisiko rates. Vlvst Insertion, pcr 'souare.1 OO Each Sou't?elAtollt insertion.?>0' 5i3""d.lboral coiVntl'tfJ, mti u'c tor three mouths jaud longer Jk'j jo'tls;" ii./'All transient ^ycrttsel'iiClk? must he iiiiid for in advance. ' V* Marriages and Notices'of Deaths, not ?linking over one square, inserted free, .(.mid solicited. 1 y$g?\Va are not responsible for the views of our Correspondents. AH Business'Cuiiiuiunleatlons, Letters' for Publieatlud^Hud Orders for Subscrip tion, as well as all AdverlisehleiltS, should be addressed to" ' SHE It I DAN & SIMS, ?' Orangeburg, S. C. OttANOEUUKG, S. C, November7, lS7t). The CharJoslon Nomination. At itt crccenft'Dcmoc atic Conven tion of the city, Ci pt. Win. A. Cour tenny was unanimously nominated for the. o Wee, Qf.May...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 7 November 1879

A. Pajior for tl?o Pcoplo, 3?OHtolllc?5 Hours. .Qpeil frgm.half-pnpt 8 to IP o'clock A. M., and from half-past 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. ' ' Columbia mall closes at 10 A, M? and tile Charleston mall at 5ui?f-'paot^)f>. M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a mall for Feldervllle, Vances Ferry and Holly Hill closes at half-past 7 A. M. On Fridays a mall for Knot Ts Mills,; "Witt's Mills and lllshes' Store closes at half-past 2 P. M. ?3?tANGEuuuo, s. c. November 7,187?. Gen. Jas. F. Izlar is absent fioiu /.own on professional duties. Mb. E. F. Slater proposes to re roof his hotel which will add to its convenience and comfort. We failed to get the premium list of our late Fair in time for this issue. It will appear in our next. Tiieuk aio certainly an over stock of horoes on the Orangcburg market, and they ought to get cheap. Tue little daughters of Messrs. J. H. Arant and J. W. Moseley fainted on the Fair grounds Thursday. The matrimonial market is show ing signs of improvement. Engage ments in fut...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 7 November 1879

. EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. All ??imiiminliMiiuu ; hitoniiuil fi?v IlilVfbttimnj Vlii.ul.1 l> tnMlVMPftt |o J. It. OW llntloWiiy, - WltOllUnki illy riniM iiU il toeUU it. * j educational As'.cciaUons. Tin; ?dilor of Ptitrrc's AVf?co/*oil?/ Monthly in an article under tin: uliovcj ?vapiion, la incuts the limited p*vwcr of our Kduciitiniinl Associations, lie looks tit' t'lio matter from a coidiiioii j tUMi'O si anil point and presents engeni arguments in [nyprjif con>ptds<>ry ?<l uealion. AW; clip a short extract Jle suvs: "Ii is to be regie! ted iit?l 'tntrgical Associations hau; not, more power. Resolutions, arguments, und learned p.ipi-rs ale gp?7d, as far as I hey go. ^il iln'\ do not go fur enough. II they could carry with them the gii| ol'law, it they.eouid commence I heb ptipcis with "15c i?. enacted," tin ? inmtry would respect their n*sotit ?liliiigs. IJut hInee I hoy are not legis 6?li\-u nsscuddies, they can take suel? ?i v<mrse as if> roach >m h bodies. 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. — 14 November 1879

Vol. I. SHERIDAN SIMS, Proprietors. Sunscuiji'TioN. ?Ono Year.?>,.81.50 Six Montbs.1.00 Ministers of the Gospel.1.00 ADVBRTI8HMICNTS. First Distortion.81.00 Knob Subsequent Insertion.50 Liberal contracts made for 3 month nndover. . ?wijyjtimrjj gjtmstixt. JOB OFPTCE 18 rREl'ACED TO DO Ar.I. KINDS OF Job 3?x?itLtiiig Premium List. ?'.The following is n full list of the prcmiums^awarded at our late County Fair: DEPARTMENT A?FIELD CROPS. Largest yield of upland rice on oue acre, Edward Rickenbnckcr. DEPARTMENT D?SAMPLES OE CROrS. Wheat, Win. Mackey ; rice, J. F. Livingston ; poa9, Jas. Stokes ; oats, J. S. Bowman ; barley, A M Salley ; p!ndcrs, Miss Lizzie Dukes ; cliufas, I J Dukes ; sweet potatoes, H Biggs ; Irish potatoes, W S Barton ; turnips, ,1 L Moorer; llour, county made, J S Bowman ; grist, Adam Smoke ; sugar cane syrup, J C Funchcss ; sorghum syrup and cane, J C Funchcss ; sugar cane, Jas Stokes; tobacco, George Mackey ; long forage, W F Barton ; second best long forage, W...

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. — 14 November 1879

1<V Paper !<>!? tins People. II. G. SllK$tU>AX, \ ,, ? , ,. T w I Proprietors. - JAM KS L. hIMS, J ? 1 SUUSCIUrTlON. One Year.s?* 1 r><> Six Moulin;.1 OO MinUiei'd of the Uospel.... I OO . --u, apvkktisino ka'J'KS. ''j?*!vst Insertion, per swuato.1 OO Each SiiIjsimienl Insertion.*>0 f KF"I<lbi'rttl contracts inane ior tinec ? mouths and louder nui.iuds. All .transient ndycrtlSomcnUi must be , paid tor in advance. Marrinyes ami ^Tottccsof Deaths, not umkiit^c uvur u.rie p?nale, inserted lice, and eoltcitcd., ' ?-?Or fi?*r'W?J [?1-0 not responsible lor the views of our CoiTjuspon?.e?ls. All business Couuuuuleailous, Letters . for Itiiblieaiio?., and (h.ders tor Subscrip tton,''ii:i well -id I Advertisements, r/^boyld be addrost-rd to 7i 1 h V" JSllEltlOAN ? SI.MS. Oi niinetiiirj;, .S. OUAKtikllUItU, S. C, NOVKMHKK 14, 167!). Principle vs. Policy. Ourrcadois will remember lhat a year ago, Mr. Hayes, the fraudulent I'resident, in order to wipe out the politica...

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. — 14 November 1879

jk. l??i>ox* lor tlio r??oi>lo. Pof3jfbolll.ee Hours. Opcn'frctn half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A. M., and vtom hajl-past JO A. M. to 4 P. M. ? ? " * Columbia mail cloees ;?.t. iO A, M. and the Charleston mail at iliUf.'^asl u I?. M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a mail' for Felderville, Vanccs Ferry und HolJy Hill closes tit half-past 7 A. M. On Fridays a mail for Knott's Mills, Witt's Mills and Rlshes' Store closes at half-past 2 I>. M. ^ORAKCSKIIUKG, S. 0. NOVEMIIEIt 14, 1870. Odds and Ends.?The .State Bap tist Convention will meet at Aiken on the 20th instant. The only thing a hoggish than docs not try to got nioro than his share of is religion. ? A gkeat many young mop might be more usefui if Utey belonged to a Homo Miss Shun Society. ''.* Thews is nothing lower than hy pocrisy. To profess friendship and act enmity is a sure proof of total de pravity. The last Chicago atrocity is this: When a St. Louis girl sneezes it is a 6igu of damp weather or rain across the river in about tw...

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. — 14 November 1879

EDUCATIONAL .COLUMN. All Ouiuiiiunicnlioiitj IntoiitliMl for (his uotimni >li?ul<* Ii-iMtilit hmm| in j. it. o*N. Ilohuwuy, Esq.. Who llll? kh illy conscntcil tu Olli) It. ( ? _', -'- ? ?_ Grow in Knowledge. How nmuj oi oui scholars in schools and collides think that wilb their exit Iron) tbe walls ?f I heir school closes all dibits at iupioxmcnt. They do not know that it is not in the school room alone we get our education. Suppose the great Kep.er hud consid-j er'ed bis education Unithcd when he had acquired all his ?real instructor in astronomy, Tyeho Rinke, was ublo to impart to him. Wouul he ever have been able to uimom.ee to tho woild, evcu in tLo face cf the wise old beads of his time, who taught dilfeienlly, that the oibils ol (ibo plnncls wire' not circular, hut elliptical? Many buys have bctlei opportunities than Newton had. Fiankliu "I0311I willi the winged lightnings," ami Mbi'sc might have spent his life in doing tLc same thiug ?only he .didn't, lie just .seized I...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 21 November 1879

i)nc Ycav.-.r....'.'.'.V.V..SI .?O rllnhVtera of the Gospel..........'.'f .Off ? '.' ' A i> v e utI s t: m kn tb . First Insterfoon...?1.00 ?<jttchSnbscq?ent-Insertion.*in.TiU ; ''Liberal contracts muQo fur y month iriit overl ? '' *" "* _I JO 33 QFFiejp IS PREPARE!) tO DO A 1,-1. K IN 1)8 OV. Jol> Printing An Up-Country Editor Grumbles. The editors of the Abbeville Med,i t?7A arc eonstitutionargrumblcrs, and everything in South Carolina seems to them to be going wrong. They rvK satisfied with nothing und would revolutionize Uip entire State from one end to'the ot^icr, politically, so ??ially, geographically und ^ every Other ebnpetvaUtp manner. The latest complaint made by them, which lirlght perhaps b,o optygb^ered. natural in nn up, c.oy'ntry BC.up.ol boy and over looked as 'indicative on the part of the youngster; of a kind of patriotic love for the pretty limits of h\s neigh borhood, is thqt up-pountry Demo cracy have np.y received due consider ation at yhe hands pf th...

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. — 21 November 1879

A. l*si|><ii* lor ilxa Pooplc. LI. (i. SlIKHlOAN, ) ? . .V, . ... *-> Proprietors. James L. .Sims, ) 1 Simsemi'llONV <Onn Year....S$1 ,slx Montis.I <><> iMiiii.-li.-rs oftlfo GnSpul.1 <><> Al>VKUTlSIN<i K AT ICS. F.'vst luscriion, ncr sou are.?1 OO Kae.li fSubso<jiiciu. Insertion.f>0 contracts mane ?or Unco 'months and longer periods. All transient ailvorli.-etuents must bo 15Ui>! I ill' ill UttViMKJC,. Maniacs a'iid Notices of Deaths, nut making over one Square, inserted free, ami fcolkitcil? ?o? fc3f*:\Vo are not ''responsible for the Views o.f.'our Correspondents. Air liu'sinr.ss Com inimical ions. Tetters for Implication, ami Orders tor Subserip tion. Iis well as all Ailvertls?uieii?s, .should bo addressed l<? Sil El? 1 DAN & SIMS, Uninjroburg, S. C. OlCANUKlU'KCT, S. C, XOVKMIIKR 21, 187U. ..;!!' ' Ourselves. . In the biSMOCttAY of November 7th an article appeared from a corres pondent making certain enquiries re spectin...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 21 November 1879

A. Paper ibr tho Pcopl?. P?istofllc? Iloui's. Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A. M.. and from half-past 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. Columbia mail closes at 10 A, M. aud tbe Charleston mall at bulf.paste P. M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for Feldervlllc, Vanees Ferry and Holly Hill closes at half-past 7 A. M. On Fridays a mail for Knott's Mills,, Witt's Mills and ltishes' Store closes at' imlf-past 2 P. M. OKANGEBURa, S. C. NOVKMliKK 21, 1S75?. Gov. Simpson has apppintcd Mr. W. H. Hermon a trial justice for Or ?ugeburg County. Paitoks to whom premiums have beeri awarded and have not yet re ceived them, wdl please call on the Secretary at the ofllco of Messrs. Iz lar and Dibble for them. Judoe Kershaw announces to his friends that it is his earnest desire that his name should not be consider ed in connection with the nomination for the office of Governor. Take Ayer's Pills for all the pur poses of a purgative, for Constipation Indigestion, Headache and Liver Complaint. By universal acc...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 21 November 1879

A. 3?a.i>oir for tl?o Poopl?, PoHtoflloe Hours. Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A. M., and from ball-past 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. Columbia mail closes at 10 A, M. and the Charleston mall at half*past5P. M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a mall for Feldcrvlllc, Vanccs Ferry and Holly Hill closes at half-past 7 A. M. On Fridays a mail for Knott's Mills,, Witt's Mills and Riehes' Store closes at fcalf-past 2 P. M. OuANOErruRo, s. ?. November 21, lS7u. Gov. Simpson has apppintcd Mr. W. H. Hormon a trial justice for Or angeburg County. Parties to wiiom premiums have been awarded and have not yet re ceived U?cm, will please call on the Secretary at the ofllce of Messrs. Iz iar and Dibble for them. Judge Kcrsbaw announces to his friends that it is his earnest desire that his name should not bo consider ed in connection with the nomination for tho ofllce of Governor. Take Ayer's Pills for all the pur poses of a purgative, for Constipation Iudigestion, Headache and Liver -Complaint. By universal...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 21 November 1879

EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. All cnmimmicntioiiR Intended for UiIh column ?Ii6(ilil lM! lUltlrC8?Qil to ?I. It. O'N. 11<?1 iiv, v'-n.. whu Iihm kit. illy consented to cilii it. .. Corporeal Punishment. Mr. Editor: You have long had my syirpalhy in -your earnest ciies for help, und 1 would have responded earlier had 1 thought 1 could do justice to the great subject before us. | am intense- I ly interested in any thing concerning * education, having been "engaged in ' the work of teaching for several years. 1 have often wished I hp fraternity would discuss corporcn\ punishment through tho column,, and since no one has introduced it, 1 will make a feeble effoit' to sot iiio ball rolling. iii? e 11 'i ff?? _ I iS there not 3omp bettor plan? Arc we to whip other people's children Into obedience us we would a horse? How. can wp look into that child's ( clear cyps and not feel condemned? If wp even postponed punishment till n. cooler moment it would be better, i H't . . , . ?. . , put my experie...

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