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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 11 June 1880

A\ Paper for the People. H. q. Sheridan, ? ? . . .1 Ames L. Sims, '} Proprietors. subscimption. ?OneYenr....i$l SO Six Month?.1 OO Ministers of the Gospel. 1 OO -o? advertising rates. F.'vst Insertion, per square.I OO! Each Subsequent Insertion.C50 I 5?2P"*LibcrHl contracts inaue ?iw three months nnd longer periods. All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. Marriages and Notloos of Death*, not, jinking over one square, Inserted free, and solicited. ?o? fcg^Wo am not responslbro for the views of our Correspondents. All Business Communications, Letters for Publication, and Orders for Subscrip tion, us well as nil Advertisements, should be addrePBcd to SHERIDAN & SIMS, Ornngeburg, S. C. OitANt;KiiuR<t. S.O., Junk 11.1SS0. Democratic Stale Trcket. For Governor, GEN. JOHNSON IIAGOOD. For Lieotentant-Governor. GEN. JOHN D. KENNEDY. For Secretary of Slate. COL. R. M. SIMS. For Comptroller-General. HON. J. C. COIT. For Adjutant and fnepector-Genoral. GEN. A. M. MANIGA...

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. — 11 June 1880

-?l Papor for tho People, Postofllce Hours. Open from half-past 8 bo 10 o'clock A. M.,taid from half-pjist WA. M. to 4P, M. Columbia mall closes at 10 A, tt.'anu tlio.Cliarlestbn mall at half.past? P.M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a mall for FoldervIlle^Vonces Ferry and Holly Hill ^loses .at lialftpast V A. M. " On Fridays a mall for Knott's Millsj JVItt's M-flls and ltlshos' Store closes a, jtalftpast 2 P. M. Orangeburc, S. C, June 11, 1880. Notice.?Wo have made ar,range inents with the proprietors of the News and ^Courier to club their mam moth Weekly with tho Democrat at $3 per annum, for both papers, cash in advance. Multitudes of people require an alterative to restore the healthy ac tion of their system and correct the derangements that creep into it. Ayer's Sarsaparilla tones and vitalize the blood, and restores the vigor of health. Excursion Rates.?Tho South Carolina Railroad ' Is now aeUiuK ex cursion tickets at reduced prices to all the summer resorts in the Caroli nas, Georgi...

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. — 11 June 1880

Friends ot Long Ago. WJjob 1 ??iL in the twilight gloaming, And the busy si roots grow ?tili, I dream of the wide, green meadows, And the old" house on the hill. I can see the rose* blooming About tiie doorway low, Again my heart gives greeting To the fr'ends of long ugo? Dear long ago ! J can arc my mother pitting, With life's Brow flakes in her hair, And she smiles above bet knitting, And her face is Bail)try fair. And 1 see my father reading From ?bc Bible on his knee, And again 1 hear him praying As be used to pray for me? bo long ago! 3 gec all the dear old faces Of the boys and girls at home. As I saw them in the dear old days Before we learned to roam. And 1 sing the obi songs over With the friends i used to know, And my heart forgets its Borrows In its dream of long ago? Dear long ago! Jfow widely our fpet have wandered From our old home's tender ties, {Some are beyond the ocean, And some are beyond .lie skies. My heart grows sad with thinking Of the friends 1 used to know ;...

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. — 11 June 1880

Friends ot Long Ago. "When 1 in the twilight gloaming) And the busy strecta grow still, 1 dream of the wide, green meadows, And the old house on the bill. I can see the rose.? blooming About the doorway low, Again my heart gives greeting To the fr'ends of long ago? Dear long ngo! I can ace my mother tutting, With life's srowUukcs iu her hair, Anil she smiles above her knitting, And her face is saintly fair. And 1 see my father reading From the Bible on bis knee, And again 1 hear him praying As be used to pray for me? So long ago ! I sec all the dear old faces Of the boys and girls at home. As 1 saw them in the dear old days Before we learned to roam. And 1 sing the old songs over With the friends 1 used to know, And my heart forgets its sorrows Jn its dream of long ago? Dear long ago! Jfow widely our feet have wandered From our old home's tender ties, ?Some are beyond the ocean, And some are beyond .he skies. ]\Iy heart grows sad will? thinking Of the friends 1 used to know ; Perhap...

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. — 18 June 1880

SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. SUnSCItlPTION One Year.,.Sl.?O Blx Months.1.00 Ministora of tho Gospel.] .00 ADVERTISED KNTS. First Instertlon.S1.00 Euch Subsequent Insertion.,"?0 ' Liberal contracts niaclo lor y month and over. <JOJ3 OFFICE 18 ritEJ'ARKJ) TO DO AM. JCJNDSOK How to Mqke Manuro. Editor Orangeburg Democrat : At tho time you wrote me asking my views on Ammonia, the pressure of my farm duties prevented tue from writing, but the subject is of sufficient importance to interest every one en gaged in farming at any time. The questions asked as nearly as I recol lect were as follows: "Is ammonia plant food or a stim ulant? If food, does it develop the growth of plant, or increase quantity of fruit? What arc the sources at 7iand on a plantation from which it inay bo obtained, and how? If stable manure and cotton seed aro the on ly sources, and if others, how manage to utilize them in such manures as a farmer can afford ?" The farmer of to clay cares very little about a 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. — 18 June 1880

]?npei* ior tli** I?4?opl<?. II. U. SlJEKIUAN, I v , * j Proprietors. UAMK9 L. .Sims, J 1 SlWSCUIl'TlON. One Year. .C$1 f50 .Six Month,.,.1 OO Ministers of me Gospel. 1 OO ?u? AUVKKTlSINO liATKS. F.'"st In?t t llun. per mjii il'C .1 OO Kuch Stilist quem I user l Ion.f><> 5i^"*l.ib?r?l coinruets ninuc tor tlit c-c; months un? longer pi rinds. AH tru indent advertisements must be paid tor in advance. Marriages and Notices of Dentil?, not - Jinking over one xqnare, inserted free, und solicited. ?o? ^"Wc are not responsible for tint Views of our Correspondents, All lluslness Communications, Letters for Publication, and <>rder* for Subscrip tion, a* well ns all Advertisements. Hbould be*addressed to SUEIJIDAN $ SIMS. Oraiigeburg, S. C. OltANOKUUKO. S.O., .JUNK IS. 1SS0. Democratic State Ticket. Fm Go\? rnor. GEN. JOHNSON 11AG001). For Lieuten taut-Governor. GKN JOHN D. KENNEDY. For Secretary of Stttte. COL. Ii. M. SIMS. For Comptroller-General, HON. J. C. CO IT. For Adj...

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. — 18 June 1880

A- I?nx>oi* fox* tlio People. X^oHtuillce Heurg. Open rTrAoUl half-past 8 to' 10 o'clock A. M., ami from half-past 10 A. M. tu 4 i\ M. ?Columbia mail closes at 10 A. M. and the? Charleston mall at half ast 5 P. M. On Tuesdays anil Fridays a niaii lor Foldervllle, Vances Ferry and Holly Hill closes ai hall-past 7 A. M. On Fridays a mail for Knoll's Millsi Wilt's Mills' and Hislies' Store eloi.es a, halt-past 2 P. M. ?RAffUKUuua, S. 0.. Junk 18 1880. Notick.? Wo have made arrange ments'with 1 lie proprietors of 'he Ntws and Courier to club their mam moth Weekly with the Democrat at S3 per annum, lor both papers, cash in advance. Sau.?We learn that a little eh Id of Mr. Jacob Cook on Hull Swamp accidentally broke its thigh one day 'last week. We hope the lit le suffer er will soon recover. Pkusonaj,?Mr. John Darby, falb er ol' Itcv.'O. A. Darby, and daugh ter, Mrs. Win. Roherson, who have been spending some time in our town, lull 'Tuesday for their home in Charleston. Tin: plates, d...

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. — 18 June 1880

* Forget-Me Not. There grew in some neglected spot A tiny bine Forget? roe not, .So lone and fair. 1 eiill'd t lie flower wflh piulc caress More tii lor imgel-hand io press, And in my pure It bloomed awhile, nmj gave me joy, The pure, and fair-eyed lender to,>? Then aluinhered deep. To trail within the Master's hat d My tender flower s)mll still expand, And I will keep Within my heart of hearts for aye 'j lie nnme, und bul a name to-day. "Which here I press. Clippings. i?Every map throws on to bio sur roundings the sunshine or the shadow that exists in his own nojiil. ?Don't remark that there's notic ing uow under the sun. There are sixty new styles of bonnets. ?A recent poet nays: "As she sighed he sighed." If they were sit-! jt/ng side by side, it might have been a great sighed wuise. ?Emma: the only point of resem blance between flowers and women, that wo are aware of, isthat they both shut up when they sleep. ?Worldly friendship is like our phadows: while we walk in sunshine ...

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. — 25 June 1880

mocccA Vol. II. ORANGrEBURGr, S. C, FRIDAY, JJJNE 25, I88O. USTo. 26, $ljIE}RI]?AN vf& SIJVIS, (Proprietors. SqHSOujPTioN. .Ono.Xejir.ftl.fiO Six ,^I?nths.;i...1.00 ^fillisters of the Gospel.1.00 Advertisements. .First Instertlon.:\.81.00 (E"Ch Subscqueut Insertion.60 1 Liberal coutructs mado for 3 month and over. I JOB OFFICE , 13 FREIEN r;.J> TO 0)0 ALL KIND?OF Job IPir?iitmg The New York Herald and Garfleld. T/ho New York Herald declares that the reason it^uoted the Sun'6 charges 'against Mr. Garfleld instead of going ?back to its flies, was that it wished to Jgnore its own strictures on the man .made during the Credit Mobilier in vestigation, and by presenting the viater charges open the way for any possible defence of the candidate's connection with the Crodit Mobilior and De Goyler jobs. It declares that ?it is really anxious, far the credit of ?the American people, that a man whom nearly or .quite half their num ber are likely to vote for as their choice for Presidont ...

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. — 25 June 1880

??YM\ncl)M'5J ?m$MAt, j A^pnpor. foK tlip People. II. G. SflKIUDAN, i . ' .Jamks 1, Sims, rr?PriC-0r8, Otic Venr.'",.jjjtl SO JSiX Mont Iis.,..1 OO MiiiUu^?.ot itlvc- Gospel.. 1 OO -..(,? (' nvK.H'i ising KATE8. First Insertion, per square.1 f>0 Knell Subsequent Insertion.rJO 5i5?*" Liberal contracts nnuie tor three months und longer periods. All tftWftieiit a?lvcrufcetuents must be paid Cer,4v udvaneo. .?hirriages and not!(-os oi' Pwjdhs. not oaKiuL1 over one squares Inserted tree, jyml o*lirited. ?o? ,j\3***VVe ane not responsi^lo tfor the y.luws of our Correspondent*. A? Uiisbiejts'Obpmiunieatlon^, Letters for INilifieaiio'ii', alifl Orders for Subserip tkqi. Ira "we'll hs-' hiI Advertisements, nhouid be ad*n*?Jseit to .SHERIDAN ?& SIMS, , ? Ornngebip g, S. C. ?QUANOKiipKO, S..0., Junk 23. ;s.s0. - .1 . .NATIONAL T(ipKET. For President, ?G,EN. AV.INFIELD 8, HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. >For<Vicc Presidcntb, JION. ?. ENG LISH, Of Indiana. ?o-c .Dcmocivdic State Ticket. F...

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. — 25 June 1880

A. l?n.i>?x% ibr tbo People, X*Ofs?tolll?? Hours. Open from half-pa?t 8 to 10 o'clock A. M., andfroin lialf-past 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. 1 ? > ? Columbia mail closes at 10 A, M. ami tbo Charleston mall at half-pnst? P. M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for Feldervllle, Vances FCrry und ilollylliU closes at half-past 7 A. M. Ori Fridays a mail for Knott's MHlsj "WittV Mills and Klshcs' Storo closes a, half-past 2 p. M._| ORANGEI*UKO, s. C., JUNJOjjrj. 1s80. I Notice.?We have made arrange ments with the proprietors of the News and Courier to club their mam moth Weekly with the Democrat at S3 per anuum, for both papers, cash in udvance. Sr-ecial announcement.?Annual clearing sa'c at Henry Kohn's. Bal ance of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, ^Notions, etc., will be sold from this date regardless of .cost. Finished.?The fine cottage of Dr. W. F. Barton, on Church street, is .eompleled, and is both an onmment and decided improvent to that locali ty. It will make a pleasant home for a family....

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. — 25 June 1880

The Hidden Thorn. I'D take I he rose, although a thorn May 'no ith i?.? b *:uity lie; I'll cherish It like love's young hopes, Although so soon to die. I'll clasp (hat hand, although I know That it w4U ne'er he mint?.; Au ulier hath a higher claim To that lair hand of thine. Tit watch each vurying.tint that moulds That brow, so pure aiid fair, I'll see! but ab ! 1 too welt kll0\V That I have nothing there. Kach sound of tbat melodious voice Will thrill mewiih delight, dill soon I know that, all my dreains Will vanish witli the night. fknow^h: theart will ne'er be miu,c. But oil! 1 love thee still. And cherish every Hitting smile That lights thy lace at will. I know?hut wonld 1 did not know? That it is all a dream, That, lifo w ill be a dreary voyage, A lonely, stagnant stream. "Where, could't Ihou lloal adown.with me, Its waters bright wonld prove,' For I could brave its highest WtWO With one 1 truly Jove. But it. is vain?nn idle dream? Yet, oh! bow sweet to nie Bavo been the hours ...

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. — 25 June 1880

The Hidden Thorn. I'll j?he the rose, although a thorn May 'noutll its b*auty lie; I'll cherish it like love's young hopes, Although m> sooji to die. t I'll clasp (hill hand, although J.kiiuw That it will ne'er he min? ; Au uher hath a higher claim To thai lair hand of fhh'ic. ni walc.h ench varying.tint ttial mounts Thai. brow, so port' and fair, I'll see! hut ah ! 1 too well Uuo\v 'That I have nothing there. Each sound of tbat melodious voice Will thrill mo with delight, ltnl soon I know that till my dreauis Will vanish with the' night. i know^ih:.1 heart will ne'er be mhu?. But oh! I love thee still. And cherish every Hitting smile That lights thy lace at will. I know?hut would 1 did not know? TliMt it is all a dream, That life will ho a dreary voyage, A lonely, stagnant stream. ? Where, couhl't thou float adown.with me, Its waters bright would prove, For I COIlld brave its highest wave With one 1 truly love. But it is vain?an idle dream Yet, oh! how sweet to rue Have been the...

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 July 1880

t ?? f_ ?_;_ ' ?SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION. (One Year.,.,....$1.00 Six Months..:...1.00 Ministers of the-Gospel.1.00 Advertisements. First Instortlon.:.$1.00 jEach Subsequent lusortlon-.GO Liberal contracts made for i month ' and over. I ???^ ? ?xm$tbm$ Nimmst JOB OFFICE IS ?PUttTA? BX> fTO tVO.MA, JUHDS OJ-* County Politics. J&ditor Orangeburg Democrat: Now thai tho great Republican party after oscillating from imperal isni to mobisrrj, has finally floundered into tho slough of theivery which en gulfed Colfax and holds in its tena cious iniro tlje distinguished 'Gar field, we may safely leave it to its self-cho sen suicide. Hnviqg out lived its mission ; having belied every promise, and hetyayed every honest trust which ftUViested it with extraordinary and dangerous powers, so nearly fatal to .our form of government, it will be remembered by its friends for its few splendid deeds; by its enemies for years of misrule, debauched public Service, licentious a...

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. — 2 July 1880

A. Paper ibr Hie Pepplo. EI. G. Sheridan, l ? SUBSCltlPrioN. One Year.)$1 f50 Six Month*.1 OO Minister* ot the Oospid. 1 OO -ti? AOVKItTlSlKfl kates. Ffv?t Inf. rilon. per square.1 OO Kauh Subsequent Insertion.f><> StSP'Libend 'roulraets tnaue itfr three mouths and louver periods. Ail transient advertisement's must he paid for in atlvaniMi. Mpn i.i^es ?in) Notices of Deaths, not juikinjr "vcr one square, inserted free, und soliiltcd. fQF"W? aro not responsible for the views of one Correspondents, AH lb)-diie>s ('ommuiik'ailons. Letters for INiuljrtiti?n, and Orders for Subserip rlon. as well as all Advertisements, rduudd he addressed lu j NU Eh'i DAN & SIMS, I Ornuguhurg. S. C. On vn(JI ni im;. S. C dt i.v 2. 1SS0 (NATIONAL TICKET, For President, GEN. WIN FIELD S. HANCOCK, Of Pennsylvania. For Viee President. HON. W. H. ENGLISH, Of Indiana, Democratic Stale Ticket. F<>r Governor. GEN. JOHNSON HAGOOD. For Lieu ten taut-Governor. GEN. JOHN D. KENNED.Y For Secreta...

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. — 2 July 1880

A. I3ni>oi* f?x- tHio |?ooi>le. Postofiloo Hquvh. Open from half punt 8 to 10 o'clock A. M.. and fiorn jtndf-post 10 A- M. to 4P. |t. : ' f * Columbia mall closes at 10 A, M. and the Charleston mall ar luriftpast 5 P. M On Tuesdays and Fridays a mall lor FeUJervllle, Vanees Ferry and Holly Hid Closes at half-past 7 A. ' On Fridays a iqall for Knott's Mills Witt's Millp-and-Kishcs' Store closes a, hall-past 2 P. M. ? i ORANGIcnURG, S- C, JULY 2, 1880. N?tice.?? We have made arrange tttenls with the proprietors of the 'J&ctos and Courier to club Ibeir*mam moth .Weekly witb the Dkmochat at S3 per an.hu at, for b'oUi piipero, cash liD ad van oe. ' Death of Mr. Jones.?-Wo regret to1 'recbrd'tho death of Mr. Cajxers Jones, a worthy citizen of Upper tit MattheW8, which occurred last week after a long illness. Mr. Jones leaves a large and dependent family upon the world. A Storm.?A severe storm passed over Bamtwrg on last Sunday after 1 n?on doing considerable damage to 'fences, t...

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. — 2 July 1880

A Parting. BUM liwe iiVo?biu leave nib, and lot. not rby toy? fflv.0 thee longing or pain; (. Insp iflo only in dreaming'; forgot not ilykisse*. nor seek them again. 1 loved thee indeed; but no longer May love quicken pulses and lireutb. I know that auibhion is stronger Tnan loving?unyielding as death. Love courts me to lie by its fountains, in blissful yet idle repose; Ambition's star shines lioin mountains, From regions ol crags ami of snows. A way! I must follow i's leading', j It beckons mo on to my fate. Take back to thy heart its loud pleading Aud keep back the tears at their gale. Sock not to reproach or to grieve me. Cling not to the vows of t he past, Or think they were meant to deceive thee ; They were only two loving to last. It is better to part .w hile the gladness Of youth lights lor each one away, Than to wait until bouts of sadness" Are darkened by aye and decay. Chips. I?Jim Maine has subsided. The party went back on him. Buck Salary Grabber Credit Mobi lier Dogolyo...

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. — 9 July 1880

Vol. Ii. ORANGEBURG, S. C., FRIDAY, JUDY 9, 1880. JSTo. 28. BHERtDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. | suuscihvtioi*. One Year.4.SI-50 Six Months.,.. ............1.00 Ministers of the Gospel. ,....).0U ArwiiitTiSKM unts . First Inatortlon.\.81.00 Each Subsequent Insertion,.j:v.*?P Jjlberal contracts made for 3 month nml over. JO 13 O I^^tGH t ?| J I 1 ??>!/ - < 13 I'KEPAIUvlJ.TO DO AI.1, Ki.MtMii' For Pity's Sake;! "<Fred, bliss lloughton is to arrive 'this evening. Would you mind go ing down in the carriage to meet her? J can't get qflf myself, and it will seem forlorn onough to find only an empty .carriage awaiting her." A prolonged whistle proceeded from the depths of a luxurious arm chair into which the young man ndr drc'BBcd (pretty little Mrs. Vere's bachelor-brother) had ensconced him self. Ho wasjlt.hnncls^uio /npan of the blond type, enjoying a few weeks' furlough from his army ditties, in his eist,or's bouse. t , li Tho laziest man in tLe regiment he was calledi, but the...

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. — 9 July 1880

A tin* tin' l?r<?i?J<?. ii . (I. - llf.KIDAN. | ,, .Um* u mms, , I'-opneto,*. *>t usocjrn jx. Olli? V?-:ir.trtl fSO six MomHis..;.oo Mini-ii r.? id Iii? <ii.sj-l. i <M> A i>tV?ltTJ?J MS ISA tks . F'*>l {ns? 11 ton. per Hiui.i? ........1 4><> K;?clr\Md>s? (juent Jii-ejIiOu..,..1_...f"J< > it3>**T.ifUi'i'til ?i?jilr<i??|f< mawc on I in < ?? unn-ilif :;,;mI loicjer |ii itntlv. AH ItfttnMeMj adyerlisoeienls ituift be paid for in MUViVnW*. M.ui i hig<*> mill Xntk'rs of Itautli.e. not 4)0\im*j ? Vfi" one xpiare. iu-eiud Hvc. tt id'.???ii it.cd. ? -?<?.? ? ^Qf-WiC *ur.e not re?pi>ml?U! for the vh?'\\f*otnur (.'iiuvspiiiplciit?:. All Iiusi.il?>i* O >m?uinl.ea.11.?his.. 1.1 tt? loFt'iiblh-aiioii. it?u (>rJJci> fiubscrip, tioft. ii'r ? MrtAi a* 'alt A'dvVrtigcmcui*. should be ntklriHjii'il tit (bllfHUDAN & SIMS. ..... ? ; Orungeb.ii.rg, fe>. < >i; \ m; i;nt i;<;. s, C. j t j.V 4). JSi?0. &A liONA...

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. — 9 July 1880

.A- J?ni>ejr the Po.oplo. Open from liulf-past s to l? o'clock A. M., and .from ^iplf^ast 10 A- II? to 4 R M. Columbia <mail closes at ?0 A' Mi a,ul ,tbo Charleston mall at half-past.O P. M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a quill for jFeldervillc, Vances Ferry and (Holly Hill .closes at half-past ,7 A. M. On Jfridays a mall for JKnott's MHIsi Witt'e MIUs and Rlshes' Stoic .closes u,J ,half-pnst 2 P. M. _ ohanoewjr?, 8. <u., d.ui.y 9, 1880. Notcoe.?We have made arrange ments with the .proprietors of the News and Courier to club their mam moth Weekly w,ith the Democrat at 83 per annum, for both papers, cash in advance. Off poh\ the Mountains.?Mr. j. j C. Pike and family left Orangoburg for Glenn Springe on Tuesday last and will spend the summer in the up country amojjg the mountains and at the watering places. We wish them a pleasant time and sale return home. Installed.?The following officers' x)f Edisto Lodge. No. 98,1. O. ,0. F., I were installed last Friday night to eerve for th...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
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