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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 5 December 1879

Sil Kit I DAN & SUIS, Proprietors'. Sunscun?ibNN. Qno Year.? -.Sl-50 &jxN Months..:-iv.1.00 WiifsteWot the Gospel....:.1.00 Advertisements. First In.steri.iou.#1.00 Kiicli Subsequent 1 nsortion......v,'.?00 Liberal contracts matte fui1 ? month an<l over. job o&iriviz I ilS riSEPAlUCD TO DO AU KIXD90P <ToTv) JPrdii-tirig A'SociarProblom. Written lor the Ohanckuuuo dkmociIai . In the present day, a growifij*' evil Exists in the social world, which may lie termed the artol flirtation. Whence its origin, where it will end, and why is it not frowned down by the modest end dignified portion of the members of society, arc vexing problems, for a solution of which wc Vainly qhestibn dach other. It i3 often the secret cause of that unlmppiness which we see written in hard, unyielding lines on the faces of men and women. Distrust and suspicion spiing up i" all ranks of life when it is impossible t'?' repose confidence in those with WboHi inclination prompts", oV ciicum-j stan...

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. — 5 December 1879

.A. Pnpor ibr l.lio People. II. G> Sukkidan, 1 ppopfictbrs. Jamks L. Sims, j 1 suhschiption. .One Year.$tl ?Six Months.J <><> Ministers of the Gospel. 1 <><> -o? aovkutisim: uatics. FJvst Inso-tlon, per square.I oo Kjieh Subsequent Insertion.r><> {Q^Libcral contracts inauc ior three iiitouths ami longer periods. All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. Marriages and Notices of Deaths, not jialoiijf over one square, inserted tree, and solicited. ?o? SGJ^VVc arc not responsible for the Views of our Correspondents. All business Communications, betters for' Publication, and Orders ibr Subscrip tion, as well as all Advertisements, should be addressed to SHERIDAN & SIMS. Oranjrehurg, S. C. OltAKOKBUltU, S. c. Dkckmuku 5. 1S7D. A Dilemma. According to ibe calculations ol those who occupy positions entitling them lo Know, there is V'a reasonable .chante of electing a Democratic Pres ident in 18yu," and therefore of ic tu ruing the cou...

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. — 5 December 1879

A. Paper ioi* -tlio People, Postolllco Ilotll'S. Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A.' M., and from half-past 10 A. M. to -1 1? M. .Columbia mail closes at 10 A, M. and the Charleston mall at half-past 0 P. M. ?On Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for Feldcrville,'Ynnces Ferry and Holly Hill closes at half-past 7 A. M. .On Fridays a mail for Knott's Mills, AVitt'B Mills and lUshcs' Store closes at .Inilf-past 2 P. M. _ lORANGEIIUKti, S. C, DkCKMUKU ?, 1S70. Pbices ov Cotton.?Liverpool, 13 to 14 cents. New York. 12 1 2 to 12 7-8 cents Charleston 11 3-d to 12 14 cents Columbia 11 5-8 to 12 cents Mb. Ab. Moorer will accept our thanks for half dozen fine scgars. Purge out the morbid humors of the blood, by a dose or two of Ayer.s Pills, and you will have clearer heads us well as bodies. A young man, hearing that "Si lence gives consent," said he wished Old Silence was his girl's father. Wonder what he meant? Mr. Jos. Eros calls attention to his large and varied stock of Confection ery, Scga...

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. — 5 December 1879

EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. All umnimntlciitluiis liituiulctl Cor tliis column Himil<i Id iKltlrcHscil (<i J; It. o\\. llolluwuy, Ksi|. who lias kt. dly ci>iiacutu?l tu e?llt it. Education a Necessity,' Ilis'ory is said to lie philosophy Icachin^ by example, and il is by scutching I ho annals ol' the past thai wo obtain information needful forotii guidance in the present. 1 he lira I object that meets' tlie eye of the read er of history a re. the two great nation', Orceee. ami R ime, wlio.se national character, institutions, language and lilterature, speak to us volumes o: truth ami wisdom. No nations be-1 lore or since ever rose to such a pilch j of greatness, none ever fell so low. And , il is a nattVrai curiosity lo in- j quire what led to lliesa stuhlen falls.; The fall of Greece was tintlonbtedly owing to the many different petty | kingdoms of which ahc was composed. There was no unity of feeling, .senti ment or interests, having an undis guised contempt for barbarians, ex elu...

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. — 12 December 1879

^SHERIDAN & KIMS, 'Proprietors. .Suuscnirriox. .?Quo^ear.Sl ?O Six Mouths.1.00 Minister? of the Gospel.1.00 A UV BKTI8KJU ENT8. First JnstcrUon.,?.?1.00 jjl?ach Subsequent .Insertion..,.-... Liberal contracts made lea* 3 month ?auU over. J OI3 OFFICE 13 PREPARED TO DO ALL KINOSOF <Tql> !l?x*inting Roads, Bridges and Fencing. Editor Orangtbxirg Democrat: <Qur legislators have now relumed .to, Columbia to attend to their legisla tive duties,and.it is the duty of their /Constituents, if they wish new enaot ?mcnts, or chunges made in the old, rto syit the present state of things, rthcy should be made known to their ^representatives by public meetings or through the press, and not be fault finding or censuring them hereafter /or what they werp entirely ignorant. There are two subjects to which the writer would call tbvclr attention du ring this session, namely : The Road Law and tho Fence Law. The old road law was enacted at a time, when the settlers were few, scattered alon...

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. — 12 December 1879

Paper lor--tltts l*e<>i>lo, II. G.SllKKll>A>f, f*,,' . . . Jajuks 1,.S.mh7 ) 1,i<^nl,l?18 ? SnilS^ftTTIOX. One Yeiir....:.ij^I n<> Six Months.1 OO Mhii-tei-: of the Qospel. 1 OO Ai>\-i:rrns}n<; uait.s. FIvst Insertion, petumjuarc.1 OO ,K?cll, Subpcijucni Jii?cJ'tiou.GO yi35p*i.ibcrtd contract's mane ioV three -months and longer periods. All transient advertisements must be paid tor iu advance. Marriages and Notices of Deaths, not! jinking over one square,,.inserted tree, and solicited. ? :. K^Wc uro not responsible for the view* ef bur Correspondents.' ?" ?All 1Juslnes6 Coumnuileutloiis, Letters tbrrPublieatlun, and Union? for, Subscrip tion, us well uts id} Advertisements, should be addressed to ' y .SHEIUDAN SIMS, . : - ?i. i ' Uran?-cburg, fc>. PitANUKltUUO, S. C., DKCKMiiliU 12, lSy?. Charleston Eleclipn. Kq event, since the 1 UttTTT?rable Campaign of -"when Radicalism "wtjs um^jfopctl and Democracy whs ^^j^rttul once more? 'in ?'control of the. ...

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. — 12 December 1879

-A. Pni>oir !<>i? litis Peoi>lo. II ^..Siikiiii.aw.Ij,- ^.|lllol.8. Jamks L. . Sims, ) . 1 . s.fusen.'.j'rioN. One Year....:..."..' ..*..I$l n<> Six Monllis.t t><> Ministers of the Oospcl.1 <>o Ain tarnslxi: uatks. FJvrt Insertion, ponmpiarc.1 OO i ,Kueh, Subscijucni Insertion...?"?<_> S?f^iJberiii cohIthcIs made iur three Months anil longer periods. All transient advertisements must be paiil (\?|' in advance. Marriages and Notices of Deaths, not jinking over one square,, inserted tree, and solicited; ? ?o? ! $&T\Vp are not responsibly for the views *f our Correspondents.- r 'AH Business Conmmnleutlons, Letters t'oF Publication, and Order* for Subscrip tion, us well, as all Advertisements, should be addressed to 1 '',,,' '( ?? ? ?? yilEHlDAN ,i- SIMS, - 1! ?. ; Orangeluug, S. G. Ouan<jkiu;i;;i, S. C. bkcicjuuictt V2.1S7U. Charleston Eleclipn. No cveiit, since the memorable ctrmpafgh q[ Jl&t? when Radicalism 'Svhs Tjctbrbncd and Democ...

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. — 12 December 1879

t?xm$tkxixQ 4A. ~X?t\.\*o\* ibr tlip Pooplo, Fof^jtc^illjco Ilour.s. Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A. MV; and from half-past ^0 A- ,M. t? .1 P. *T. ' ' ?'? Columbia mall closes at 10 A, JM. and fhe Charleston mall at half, past 5 P. M. 11 Oa Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for Felderville, Vances Ferry and Holly Hill 'clo&m at half-past 7 A. M. ' .On Fridays a mall for Knott's Mills, Witt's Mills and Htshes' Store closes at half-past 2 P. M. ORANCEUURG, S- C. december 12, 1870. ^Icqoturncnd to your children vir tue j that alone can make tlipm hap py?not gold. The Hon. A. W. Lay, a member Of Congress from Missouri, died lust week of paralysis, W|i hear c,f a few cases of chills and .fevej ^hich is something new tfor this locality. TiiE following is the latest cotton quotations: Livcrpoql .1.4 to 14 8-4 cents; Charleston 12 to 13 1-4cents. tOuR merchants are receiving their ,full stocks of Christmas goods, and the displa}' gives our streets quite a .lively appearance. ? ?4 * . m...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 12 December 1879

p y Livingston.V Walker, Evans & fog: OFFICE OF COUNT! COMMISSIONERS, O?A^G^JJRjqi COUNTY. OUAKUKUUIlCi. S. C, it t.i t;>? IT' ? Np^vejajjajr 20di, 1879. ?jjn accordance wfjji Section 20 of an Act ,of lh? Qefleanl Ajjtafi^ly jbf ihe Slate of Couth Carol inn, entitled '*An Act to Reduce all Acts ami parts of Acts in Relation to County .Coiunitssioncrsj their Powers ami Unties into, one Act, and to Amend the /um>; ratified April I'A, ' l,?7f/; ;dl .Chihnes filed in this Office din ing tho Fiscal Year 1878-79, ami the action t ,di.on tlicVeon ate hereby published: N-jme Amt ClmtlAin( Allied 4 p Ciitlino.yCl.S' 17 20.' ' 17 20 il L Baldwin.1 26 40 25 40 ii iodoui..'.:. oi 60 hi oo ' do . :!.??, 00 33 00 Jo. m uo 8ju oo IJ O Guigimrd ........... 4 00 ; 1.4'00 Caroline MoMiehnel... 10 03 ,10 /)? January Bult/.cgar. 10 AO 10 50 Abraiu Martin. 0 00 0 00 T R Maloue. 20 00 20 00 tip A J?f ?oA> ........... 10 20 11 JT B LiVjjjgitob, As*'<$u. v 1 K L> A J. 16 00 7 00 J*? w fl...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 19 December 1879

t~ -.?-?.?_-? feliSiljXN & SIMS, Proprietors. SU USC KITT l ON. One Year.SI BO Six Months.1.00 Ministers of the Oespel.1.00 ADV EKTI8EM ENTS. First Insfertlon.31.00 ICuch Subsequent Insertion.?u Liberal contracts made for a mouth nnd over. ,J03B(0FFICE ^ia niErAiiKD, Ta do all kindsqy m ? i..'. . . ? ?.( : That'Stook Law Again. Editor Orangcbnrg Democrat: In your issue of the 5lu Dccembei, tbcro nro two .o^icle^ signed respec tively Congarce ami Watch, both in opposition to a s!ock law. As the columns of your paper nie liberally ottered and open to a free discussion pro and con of all subjects involving the welfare of our oounty, I take the liberty of saying a few Words on the pro side of the question. The strongest evidence in favor of such n law, is the fact that wherever it lias gone, or been in operation, the people are pleased with it. The wri ter visited one of the middle counl'te? of oor state the past summer and found on crossing the line, the slock law iu force, and in ...

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. — 19 December 1879

-<\. Pujp?ir ioi- tho People, II. G. SmatibAN, \ yx_ . ? Jamks L. Sims,' } r*opnctora. suiiscuii'tion. One Year.1^1 fJO ?Ix Months,,.1 OO MIuttkers,of the Uospel.1 OO -o? At>Vt:UVISINO UATKS. P?*st luscrtioiu, per square....1 OO Knuli SubsequentInsertion....?O St3r"I..lbcral contracts nutue lur three <nouih8 and longer periods. All transient advertisements must bu ?paid ft* III advance. Marriages and Notices of Doatbs, not nakiug over one square, Inserted free, und boiiciteU? -o? ^nS^Wo are not responsiblo for the Vlowti of our Correspondents. All Business Communications, Letters for Publication, anil Orders for Subscrip tion, us well as all Advertisements, Ibuujd be addressed to SHEUIDAN & SIMS, Orangcburg, S. C. OUAKOKIIURO, S. C, DF.CKMOEK 19, 1879 The Legislature, The members of this body nro la boring hard but turning off work slowly. New matter ia being prepar ed and bills introduced daily, and, at the preaont rate, if they adjourn before Christmas, more than thre...

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. — 19 December 1879

?A. l?ujp>ei* lot* tl?o People. 11. G? Siu-:uti>ax, I ,y_ . t _ Jamks L. Sins,Vj^Prtctow. SUnsClttl'tion. One Year.s?l ?"50 ISlx Months.-...1 OO MhdtMcrs of the Oespel. 1 OO -o? AOVlCUt'tStMi RATES* FV.*t Insertion., per square.1 OO J'hteh Sid^cqucut Insertion.OO SiaP-Llfoerul contracts maue lor tin eo * non 11 is and longer periods. All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. Marriages and Notices of Donths, not miking over one square, lusorted free, and solicited. -o? ^5jP*Wc are not responsiblo for the Views of our Correspondents. All HusinesB Communications. Letters for Publication, and Orders for Subscrip tion, us well as all Advertisements, should be addressed to SHERIDAN A SIMS, Orangeburg, S. C. OltAMUKUUnO, S. C, Dkckmheu 19. 1S79 The Legislature, The members of this body are la boring hard but turning off work slowly. New matter is being prepar ed and bills introduced daily, am), at j the preaeni rate, if they adjourn before Christmas, more than three h...

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. — 19 December 1879

-A. l*iti>til? ibx- tlio People. X*ostQliio? I-loni's. Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A. Al., and from halt-past 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. Columbia mall closer, at 10 A. M. and the Charleston tnnll at half*past 51*. 3L On Tuesdays And Fridays n mail" ,tC$ Feldervllle, Vunces Ferry and IloUyHill 9:0oes at half-past 7 A. jC On Fridays a mall for Knott's .Mills, Witt's Mills aml^tishes' Store closes at half-past 2,P. JR". qranqeuuiw, S. C, December 10,1870. ?Chills and fever are still prevail ing in town and in some secijons of -the count}'. Ootton iu LixorpQol is easy at 13 lo 14 cents, and in Charleston it rules at from 11 3-d to J.2 3 4 cents. " Quite a number of young people from town are goin~ about five miles to-night to attend a sociable. Be sure and attend the Pretbyleri an Fair next week. Remember the dates?22d, 23d and 24lh instants. Married on Tuesday evening last, by Rev. J. C. Bissell, Mr. Richard Smith to Miss Sallie Stromau, all of {Crangeburg County, Eureka Chapter, N...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 19 December 1879

EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. Ali c< HHiniiikxitiuiiB hitemtori for Ibis coliimn ?ticiiilii Ik- .'HliticwtiMi to .1. U. O'K. Ilollbwuy, Ivt-q.. who (<h>< ki. illy conavii'tvil to wilt It. Spoiling. Will home practical teacher give tis n method by which pupils may be come good spollets? \Ve till use. Web ster's blue-hacked spelling books, but is the child any beller speller n'ttoi having completed this study than be fore? We bland up before an array of open mouths two or three limes daily, at.d give Out long columns of words, short or long, according to Hie capacity or ago cd' the mouths, but is the pupil any wisei ? This is a tcdi-j pus process, and it seems its age en-! titles it to use, but wc are no Hille J clisgusled with it oursclf. Our idea 1 so that a child sliould be iLntlc to1 ?pell what it rends. Besides Giuj words usitully found at the c,ose of i every reading e xercise, let tlio sehol nr speli every unusual word in the lc??on, Don't let trolling be consul, creu a separ...

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. — 26 December 1879

tiLiMuiimm.????..Ii JSUtiRfDAN & SIMS, ProprietorsT SUJJSCUirTIOK. tOne Yonr.'....*:.,...SI 50 ?lx "Months.:..1.00 '.Ministers of the Gospel.J.00 ^ ADVlCmiSKJIKNTS. First. [iistcrU?f?y.l.,.$1.00 'Each Sn'j'-oqncm Insetttoil.,.?U LI bond oooU'MoUf outdo for il mouth ! nndover. * I , Ortttttjdmrj) Qmomt. JOB OFEIGE IS JMUU'AKttl) TO HO AM. KINDSO* ?Toto I^rinting To-i>ay, the second of the Christ mas festival, is being observed to the ends of earth. One glad jiiuileo, ' (noisy nnd apparently meaningless 'witn the children, social and possibly intemperate with the older ones, grave and perhaps loo ritual with tho se vere) girdles the world as a 20110 of .light, nnd wakes it as with a free song from millions. Christmas had its birth when nineteen centuries agone, tho Star bright as a diamond stood where the young child lay. The night was culm. Shepherds and sheep were quid under the glittering sk3'. "Lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory ol the Lord shone round ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 26 December 1879

WMMM S?H?OLV classical school fob .1jqts and girls. Corps of Teachers. HUGO G. SHERIDAN.Principal. 'wii. LI ?iVaSSB.!.J.Ist Assistant, Iii charge of 2nd Graue Roum. MISS EjJ. M acic a y......21id Assisi a nt. Alu charge of 1st Grailu H?oih ahd Cflrls. rphi* School opens on tlte First Monday X in September annually, and contin ues uninterruptedly until the bist of .1 line. THUMS 1*EU MOSTlf. "' \' ?! First' Graue.?eegiiiiffcis ..?$2.00 Second Grade, Grammar pupils. 2.M) Third Grade, advanced English. 'I.OU Latin. Greek, and German each. I [extra..^i.?.t...a.it;.. f#j COURSx OP SYli?Y.''' ' First Grade".?Alphabet. Spelling, Ilnd-! imentarv Aritluuutic, Writing and First Steps in Geography, ' Second Grade, Spelling. Reading.' Writing, Arithmetic*' Second Steps in' Geography, Gramnmr. Written Coihpo' siifbii, Latin. Greek and German. " Third Grade. Spelling, ReiuUng, Writ ing, Aritlimeiie completed. Geography ?coinpletedeGruininar completed, t'oinpo Hitlou, History, . Philosophy. Rhetor...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 26 December 1879

CLASSICAL SCHOOL VOli flQYS AND GIRLS. Corp.? of Teachers. ) I1UGO G. SHERIDAN.Principal.) W?f; DGLAfcE.!.1.1st Assistant, In charge of 2nd Crude Hoom. ' ? MISS li, .1. MACKAY....,..2nd AssJslaut.' ?VJn charge of 1st Grade Room ahd Girls. fjpiiiti School opens on the First Monday JL in September annually, and oontlu ? lies uninterruptedly until the last of .1 nut*. TKKMS J'EU MUK'ril'. '" '( :j First 0 wOc* oegmtfers ...S2.01) .Second Grade, tJraminar pupils. 2.?U Third Grade, advanced English. il.UDJ Latin. Creek, and German each, ?? ^ -entra.tu.. M>j COUUSR OK Sttbv.;f; ; First Grade1.?Alphabet. Spelling. Hud-* iinentary Arithmutic, Writing and First Steps in Geography. < Second Grade,' Spelling. Heading.'. Writing, Arithmetic.'Stfeond Steps ill Geography, Uramiutnr, WrTften Conipo' sitibu, Latin. Gret-k und German. " Third Grade. Spelling, Heading, Writ ing, Arithmetic completed, Geography ?coiuplcN-di'Gruuiinar completed, (.'oinpo sition, History, . Philosophy. Rhetoric,! ...

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. — 2 January 1880

SI1KLUDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. ...--r^-?.?- ? - i SLDSClUrTlON. One Yenr.SI 50 Si* Mbiilhs.1.00 Ministem of the Gospel.1.00 AI > V BUT! 8 KM KNT8. FirstInstertl6n.,.SI .00 Knell Subsequent Insertion.......50 Liberal contracts ninUe lor 9 month and over. i JOT3 OFFICE 19 PREPARED TO I>0 AI.T. XIUDSOF Appointment of Ministers by tho Moth-1 odist Conference. Charleston District,"W. P. Motizon, P. E.?Charleston : Trinity, It; N. Wells; Bethel, E. J. Meynardie; , Spring Street, jj> . F. .ChruiUsqcrg. Berkley, J. T. Pale ^ Cajnhoy, A..'G. Gantt; Cypress, G. II. Pooser; St. Paul's Mission, S. D. Vaughn ; St. ?eorgo'a, P. F. Kistler ; Bamberg, T. I K. Wannamnker; Collcton., B. G. Jones; Wallerboro,C C. Fishburnc; Allendalo, W. II. Lawton ; Black .Swnmpvil^C. Loyal, B. G. Guess; Yeruassce, W!*S. Wightman ; Ilardec villle, supplied 'b3'* J0. B. Loylcss, Sufnincrvilk^ S/ II. Browne; South Branchviile, D." Tiller. " Editor Southern Christiayi Advo cate^ ,S. A. Weber. Ornngebuig J)i...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 2 January 1880

.A. Puwor jor- tlx? JP??oi>lo. II. G. SlLKltlDAN, I Mm 5* Sims. J ^oprletors. .SflJSC'l.Il'TIO.N. Ono \V;ir..n. s?;i r>< .six Months.'.'..i <)<! Minbtets ol tho Gospel. 1 Ol ?o? A!>yki:tisik<; iiatks.. /?'!rst Insertion, per square.1 OO i-TOich Subsequent Insertion.?O feSF* Liberal, contracts niaoe lor three mouths anil longer periods. All transient advertisements must be . paid lor in advaueu. t Marriages and Notices of Deaths, not Aakliig over one square, inserted Iree. and solicited. ?? n. ??o? '* "' KIP**\Ve aro not respon.'dble Tor the vlew^ of bur Correspondents. All Ibislness CouinrtlnlcK'tloW. Letters for 1'ubliciuion, and ?r?Urs lor Subscrip tion, as well as id I ' Advci tlseiueuts, khould be addressed tit siiEiiiriAN &'s I MS, ( / Orungeburg, S. <'. ()iiam;i:i',! i::;, S. C, Janlaky 2. 16'SC. Xh.a Keitt-Aiken Ideas. The. piQsaj.of Alje country, both North Auel South,,htjs. given to. the public full criticisms., upon the polili cal ideas .recentl...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 2 January 1880

A. Paper jf"ox* tlio People. Opto from half-past 8 tp 10 o'clock A. Mm nnd from ^Kill-past' 10 A. M. to 1 1?. M. ? ? ' " Columbia mall closes at 10 A, M. ami the Charlcston'mall at half?past5 P. M. Ou Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for Feldervllle, Vances Ferry und Holly?11111 j closes at half-past 7 A. Mv* ,v' ? 1 ) -On Fridays a mall for Knott's Mills, j "WittV Mills and ltishcs' S.toro -closes at "half-past 2 P. M. ' ' ? : ?>rangebukg, S- C, januakv 2, 1880.; The DEMocnAT giccts all of its friends and patrons with a bappy New ' YeaK- "" ? , , The exercises of Miss Annie A. Albergotti's School will be resumed 'on 'M?nday, January 5th, 1880. Mrs. W. B. Macli, an esteemed cit izen'ofLewisvillo died of Typhoid Fever on Tuesday evening last aflcr ' pr?t'sacte'd illness. Master Willie Thompson, a son of Mr. B. F. Thompson, was thrown 'from a wagon ^ by n run-away horse ' and suffered a dislocation of his left elbow joint. We loaru that the mulc3 of Mr. ^Uigust Fischer, while carrying"a...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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