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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 3 September 1880

? MahVWisddfn. You hhtiuv mo that'I cannot love 1 As you can love,'hiy friend ; Yoti call nil' heartless?light of faith, because my fihicics end. i . . . v' .-) > ?' . : r . * I ilo not sny It is t ot true; 1 UliMiu^Voiir wo ?b uru right. Hut \-o'n who love.mid I who laugh, much gains most in the tight 'i Ajivl why, if you were seeking love, Should you have turned to me? I, w ho of "nil who meet your gaze. Have SWOril inconstancy ? Clo further yet, poor heart and search For tuie who still can give; Dr. if your sorrow prove too strong, ?A?'eV Uiv, toy iiieiiM, and live. Yes! once \ enrsed?Und lived. Alas* "Tis heiter far to die. \ \ a mis meekly clasped and prayerful eyes upturned toward the sky. \ loved too well?as you, my frieed. Are loving me this hour. Such loves the hard,are cursed, we know. With overwhelming power. My love went out as yours will do? Hot after many years. And in those years I was not glad. And hitter were my (ears. My love was like your love, my friend, it to...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 3 September 1880

You Imune uiQthut'l oauupt lovo ' 'As yon can love,'iiiy friend; Yon-cull nie heartless?light of fahl', , Because niy fancies ?nd?. ? bmSSm wBhImI ff fn^MiffMl 1 tlo nol sny'lt. Is rot true; 1 On aio-Fvonr wo da uro riyht. But vo^.wlio love.jHiid l wtn? 1hii?Ii, Vtuioh xaiU8 most in the tight v AjAl w hy, if 3'?u were seeking love, Should you have turned to me? 1, wiiOtpfkifJ^Up.iftlt^ US Have sworn inconstancy? Oo further yet, pour heart and search For one.who still.can give; l)r, if your sorrow prove too strung, rVoiiii niu itsiul .! live ??-~-? r^j ?...? ...x... Yes! once! tmrsed?Hnd lived.' Alas* 'Tis better far to die. Ilandsineokly clasped and prayerful eyes Upturned toward the sky. \ loved too well?tis you. my frJecd, Are loving me thi* hour. Such loves die hard.ure cursed, we know. With overwhelming power. My love went out as yours will do? But after many years. And in those years 1 was not glad, And bitter were my tears. My hive was like your love, niy friend, It met with n...

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 September 1880

1 \ ? _ _ _ _ _._9_ _'_2_ U.-ti i_._" , _~_ Vol. II. ORANGEBURG, S. C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER lO, I88O. 2>To. 37. Whom to Marry. How ufitm linvo young men pro pounded to themselves and others the question, "What is the?rsf quality to be sought in the choice of a wife," and how divers have been the. answers to this important interrogatory. The thoughtless and gay will point you to beauty,' wealth and accomplish ments ; others, who look beyond the tinsel tn the exterior, regard amia bility and feoring as the brighest Jott eis in the female character; others still, who have searched deeper into the springs of human action and { know well the fountains from whence flow the purest and most enduring happiness, will give the only true au swor to the enquiry, viz.: "a strong Chrisiinn faith, sentiment and prac tice." Religion is everywhere lovely, but in a woman peculiarly so. It makes her little lower than the an gels. It purifies her heart, elevates her feelings and sentiments, hallows her ...

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 September 1880

A. Phpei* lor i.lio Ppoplo. ?w . , , v. .:'?} Proprietors. ,7 A MKS L. "Sims, _ )_ ?? 1 ; sunsctaiTios-j OneYear... .M.*~&t OO . oi?? Mouths..,,.................:. ?70 ,. *m> ?1 a1)vhktis1n<; kates.'* K!vst Insertion, per snuarc.1 OO Kach bubscrpieut Insertion.CSO ' ?11101511>an & sims. ? . Oraugcbiii,?r, s. c. OuanukiiuimV;!*. c.;^kct\ 10. (SSO. A Failure. The.State Republican Convention wiifcji-'mct in Coin tn hi a on Thursday ami adjourned on Saturday last, was a complete faiUue so fur as accom plishing , tlie purposes for which it wn? called is concerned. After dis cussing in secrccl session the matter of nominating a State ticket, it was reluctantly agreed that a State cam paigU would result disastrously to life party and a concentration of efforts upon, the electoral ticket was all that promised anything at Una election. The leaders in c^ory county had promised the colored people great tilings?a . full stale and county tick et, thousands of dollars from the na...

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. — 10 September 1880

A. Puper'lbr tlio People, OlCANGEUURG, S- (J., SEPT. 10. 1S80. New Jewelry Store.?Wo learn that Mr. II. Spahr, of Macon, Ga., will open a jewelry store in our town the latter part of this month. True success results from true mer it. Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer is placed before tho public, restiug solely on its own merits. Its success is already indisputable. New Enterprise.?- We understand that the, marble for tho marble works to he establisbad iu our town by Mi. O. Moyhew, of Colombia, is already at - the depot. This enterprise is another sign of progress for Orange burg, and we wish its projector abun dent success. Home Again.?Mr. J. M. Dauner, who has been in New York for some time purchasing a stock of goods for Mr. Geo. H. Cornelson, returned home on Monday last. Mr. Dauncr, during his trip was ill but has suffici ently recovered to bo up and give his attention to business, Fine Syrup.?We acknowledge the receipt of a fine specimen of syrup made by Mr. T. L. Dantzler...

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 September 1880

A. I?a.i>ox-'f<>i* tho People. orangeuurg, S. (J., Sept. 10. 1S80. New Jewelry Store.?Wo lcnrn tbat Mr. II. Spabr, of Mneon, Ga., will open a jewelry storo in our town the latter part of this month. True success results from true mer it. Hall's Vegetablo Sioilian Hair Iienewer is placed before tho public, resting solely on its own merits. Its success is already indisputable. New Enterprise.?We understand tbat the. marble for tho marble works to he establishad iu our town by Mt. C Mayhew, of Columbia, is already at - the depot. This enterprise is another sign of progress for Orange burg, and we wish its projector abun dant success. Home Again.?Mr. J. M. Dauner, who has been in New York for some time purchasing a stock of goods for Mr. Geo. H. Cornelsou, returned home on Monday last. Mr. Danner, during his trip was ill but has suffici ently recovered to bo up and give his attention to business, Fine Syrup.?We acknowledge the receipt of a fine specimen of syrup made by Mr. T. ...

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. — 10 September 1880

(Ehe Sensation of the Period! Stran^e lmt Truo l HAVING*. been iyntehlrtjr f?r ?diue tlme-prist the tlnunciul pulse of the 'couhtry ittiUthe 'ever vrtryifig events of ujue trndiiig'vvdrld with a view to the iu ?orcaaeur decreaseOAtr weekly purchases, vv.-o ure.pre.pared to announce to our mini serous iiuttrons that our investigation ot .thefe subjects has been perfectly sutlsfae ,tory and that 'we have as a consequence ?forwardeU target 'orders tlmu ever be tfore to our New York agency. The year 1880 ttieretoro 'be<?uis with '?flattering prospects for farmers,' mechan ics and all other'laborers alike. The 'llnanclal pulse Ot the eouutry is steadily ?improving "und1 having 'returned almost ' ta u ' hard money binds, Wo shall grutlu : ally but btiroly recover Our former pres 1 tlge aud tfie so long declining prosperity ' of our beautfljd Southern laud, llci.ng 1 llrmly 'Impressed Vith the lbre-sJindow ' bigs'of theStfUpprouchlng events we have "ntatle ;Nrraugepicnts commensurate wi...

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. — 10 September 1880

The Sensation of the Period! | Strange but Trm; ! '?HARD TIMES BE GONE ! ?o~ TTAVINO' been Watching for sotne jEjL .tiuie-pttdt the tlnmiuiti I pulse of I lie ?eouhtry ifulJ ttie 'uVtB? varying events ol ?ihv trndiug World With u view to the iu 'oreaSeur docre'asc OUr weekly purchases. vw? ure.prepiired to announce to our mine serous .patrons that our luvest tu utiou ul ?.theBe subjects bus been perfectly satisfac tory and i hue we tiuve as a consequence iforwardeU larger "orders limn ever bt> ifore to Our New York agency. The year 18?? therefore begins With ''flattering prospects for farmers,' lneChun ics and ult other laborers alike. The 'financial pulse 61 the country is steadily * improving and having returned almost ' ta il bald money basis, We shall gratia : ally but turely 'recover Our former pres 1 lige and tfie'so long declining prosperity 'of our beautrtjd .Southern laud. lici.ng 'llnnly ' Impressed'With the forii-sjiiidew ' iugb'ot*these/?pprouehing events we have 'nia...

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 September 1880

Vidette Shoots Again. , , Outpost, S. C, Sept. 4, 1880. Editors Orangeburg Democrat: Is that so Picket? Strange that I Bftid not sec you there. But then, as I ^ said before, I was not watching you Llnit listening to your racket. It may I be that you were not there before I ?was, notwithstanding you say that you were certainly there before you ?kger heard a shot from my rifle, It ?ossiblc that the crack of my rifle IHK not become so familiar from con HPrnual random shooting as to be Treadily recognized by you ; and tell ing shots may have, left the barrel of my old EnQeld, and been attributed by you to others, lie that as it may, f 1 did not thrust myself "Into a posi tion which Picket had chosen," nor, "fire a few shots with his (my) eyes t shut." Ia the first place Picket had no right to choose a place. He should have remained where he-was stationed by his superiors. Vidette notices, too, that Picket had i ntrenched him self before lie began all that random ^hooting. Of course lie ...

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 September 1880

Vidette Shoots Again. , , Outpost, S. C, Sept, 4, 1880. Editors Orangeburg Democrat: Is that so Picket? Strange that I rftid not sec you there. But then, as I said before, I was not watching you Lbut listening to your racket. It may | be that you were not there before I ?was, notwithstanding you sa}' that you were certainly there before you er heard a shot from my rifle. It ossiblc that the crack of my rifle not become so familiar from con nual random shooting as to be readily recognized by you ; and tell ing shots may have left the barrel of my old Eafield, and been attributed by you to others. Be that as it may, j 1 did not thrust myself "into a posi tion which Picket had chosen," nor, "fire a few shots with his (my) eyes t shut." In the first place Picket had no right to choose a place, lie should have remained where he-was stationed J by his superiors. Vidette notices, too, that Picket had entrenched him- \ self before he began all thai random ooting. Of course he had a right, d...

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 September 1880

II. G. Shkkidan, i n . , JaXiks L. Sum,'proprietor SCnSCKIlTluN. ue Year.^1 OO ?ix Months. SO ?o advkkti3ino It at ks. First Insertion, per tenure.1 OO flach siuhsetptent Insertion.CJO j ?jllEKII>AN & SIMS, Okanukbuimi, b. c. Skit, 17. l?SO. j The Campaign. . . . | The rouaing meeting held ntiCo lumhia on the 7th.-lipsjant has been followed by similar gatherings in An-, del son, Walhallu, Ptekena end Green ville. At each point rlberoi,was u spirit manifested by-illie citizens,j both white und colored,-that, will for ever put a quielusi Upon the absurd idea enlcrtuinod by:Northern Ropph llcans that the Democratic movement now being made did riot reach the great heart of the South; and that there wero no colored people enlisted ill the cause. Our citizens of I lie lip country have never been more thor oughly enlhuaiasliu than they are at this moment over-lhe aims and plans of the party. Thousands, overcom ing every obstacle of business and weather, assembled from every quar ter...

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 September 1880

l??iI>ox' for the J?oo>i>io. ?hangeuuug, s. c, sept, 17. 1880. At the recent municipal election our neighbor! Aiken, put into office a compromise ticket composed of the old Intendant and three Demccratic and three Republican wardens. The Democrats and Greenbackers of Maine have bull-dozed tho Radi cals out of that State, in spite of Jim Blaine and his bloody shirt. This is an outrage that should not be tolerat ed. The water mill and gin of Mr. J. A. Petorkin, noar Fort Motto, was destroyed by fire lost week. About fifteen bales of cotton wero ccjusuuiod. Tho entire loas will not be less than 82,000. No insurance. -1-??? Mr. B. Frank Slater has returned from the West and as a result of his visit a lot of fine horses and mules to gether with a large number of excel lent buggies will arrive next week. Look out for splendid bargains. We are requested to state that religious services will be held in the Baptist church, beginning on next Saturday evening arid continuing for sever...

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 September 1880

Under the Lilac Buahps^ k : | Under tho lilac bushes, . ,. ..1 When the bloom was at il's'height; Under the fragrant lilacs, Nl k? no i i We stood on a summeK'Sonight; While lie told me tho old,: old story? Old, and yet ever new ; And 1 listened, because 1 loved him; What else could a woman do? i < . .: Under the lilac bushes* .?llmi'l Only ourselves alone, . I bent to his lightest whisper, 1 thrilled to his lowest tone. !m i?i He painted a glowing intuvd., v 1 Beautiful, fond and true,* do tw And 1 listened, because 1 believed him; What else could a-woinan'iloi1 Oh. such a glorious summer! ? Never its like before; Never such a wealtir.fif gladness Has Hooded a glad heart o'er. Never such joy in livibg Under the heavens bjue: And i loved him, because 1 loved him; What else could a woman do ? Where is he now? Why ask me? ? *'' For I am learning to-day ui i There are always two sides to a story, Look at it as we may. Some one will read the 'right .side, The wrong has fallen to me. ...

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 September 1880

enrocr Vol. II. ORANGEBURGr, S. C, FRIDAY, .SEPTEMBER 24, I88O. The Great West. Editors Orangeburg Democrat: It is a trite hut true saying of the .Latin poet, tcmpora mutantur et nos ifiutamcr in Ulis?the changing times ?bring changes to us. The disintegra tion and subversion of our social and political systems, which followed as a Bequence of our failure in the war of secession, and the attempt to remod el them after the models of New England, and the disastrous conse quences to our country of these ill considered innovations caused many of ojir beat citizens to look to other climes and lands for homes. At one time it was even thought that an uni versal hegira of the white population was inevitable, and many good men did go. But wickedness and fraud and falsehood in high places could not.'endure forever, and with the changes in the administration of the internal affairs of the State have come moBt beneficial changes in the social and domestic relations of the i people, and the alte...

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 September 1880

? . . ___J _^_V_ ? ? 'I '(VII.'. VoL II. ORANGEBTJRG, S. C.s FRIDAY, .SEPTEMBER 24, I88O. [ISTo. 39. _'_ i , . The Great Weit. Rdttors Orangeburg Democrat: It is a trite hut truo saying of the iLatin poet, tempora mutanlxir et nos pmiamer in Ulis?the changing times bring changes to us. The disintegra tion and subversion of our social and political systems, which followed as a sequence of our failure in the war of secession, and the attempt to remod el them after the models of New England, and the disastrous conse quences to our country of these ill considered innovations caused many of our best citizens to look to other climes and lands for homes. At one time it was even thought that an uni versal hegira of the white population was inevitable, and many good men did go. But wickedness and fraud and falsehood in high places could not 'endure forever, and with the changes in the administration of the internal affairs of the State have come most beneficial changes in tho social and dome...

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 September 1880

JK. Puper for tlio Pooplc. II. G. Sl.eh.dan, l ?? ovg> JaMF.S L. 25IM3, J >'ln7ns^m-rTio^ One Year.OO iijx Months. ?O ?o? ADVKKTI8INO KATES. FJvat Insertion, per gquare.1 OO fcach Subsequent Insertion.CJO T SHERIDAN & SIMS, ^? ' ? Orniuzehurfr, S. C. Ouan?luluu, ?. c Seit. 24, lgtfO. j * ?7 ~ Notes. According to Republican logic the rebels, have carried Maine I The next state election occurs in Colorado the first Tuesday in October. The Inking of Holland by tin Dutch in Vermont did not help the Republicans in Mai p.c. Jim Rlaine will not go to Indiana now. He bos been ordered to the rear. Poor fellow I It ie all over with him 1 The Republican; journals, that were so over confident bet?re the election me now trying to Convince their rend ers that they never expected to win a victory in-Maine. Gen. Grant tribk an exl'rn cocktail and smoked an extra negnr when be lead the nowa from Maine and con templated Rluine's political dpalb npr*J Gai field's doom ! There bus been a gro,...

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. — 24 September 1880

\. Pnpoi* for 1?ooi?Ie. ? team of Mr. W. M. Sain, becom ing frightened, broke loose from the control of the driver and ran up New street on T/uesday.as far a3 they do sired and stopped. Damage slight. WV learn that' efforts "are being made by certain Radical leaders to get up a fusion ticket/do oppdse the regular Democnalw. nominations of our county. This is an old dodge but it won't work in Oraugoburg. Some paper mentioned the otbor day that there would be seven eclipses this year?four of the sun, two of the moon and oue of the Republican par ty, the latter visible all over the Uni ted States. Now must be added that Of Jylaine. Wj; learn that Mr. J. M. Danner proposes to open at an early day a stock of general merchandise in one of the new brick stores ot Mr. J. F. J Way. His experience as a salesman and general popularity i3 an earuest j of Iiis success. Jast of consignees for unclaimed freight at the South Carolina Rail road depots J. H. Livingston, \V. II. Ray, W. A. Johnson, Z....

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. — 24 September 1880

Decreed. ^Into all livpp pome rniu miist fall; Into all eyes soinc tear-tlrops start". wWhetiuo rtieyliw' n-? gentle shower, I Lushing (Ik* w^ye*?!'. lute's grest deep ?From iliuipllo-j Vat?<rd toaetiiingfoum. * Over all paths BonHHoloud? must lower, (Under all leet -mIi o p thorns spring, ' ?Tearing the lletb to hitter wounds, ' Or entering the heart with their stings. ,.1'pon nil brows rough wind?? blow. Over all shoulders across be lain Cowing the form in its lofty height ' Down to the dust hi the hitter pain, Into all hands duty I?.thrust, ;i/,ll Upon k.M arm* burdens ore given, ?Crushing the heart with their Weight <Or lilting .the ?pul up to heaven. lino nil hearts,, all homes and lives Cod's sunlight come streaming down. Gliding the rubix of Life's great, plain? Weaving for nil a golden crown. Notes. A Ki ntuetcy mother has goi it real bad. She has named her baby Win field Scott Hancock English Smith. The Albany, N. Y., Republicans have.split and nominated different can...

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. — 1 October 1880

Branohvillo as it Was and as it is., Tho4?il6wmg'iiistoiical ?sketch of our thriving little sister town, Branch * ville, was prepared and read nt the laying of the corner stone of the Methodist Church at that place by Rev. Dr. Thomas Raysor, He said : Seventy years , ago the: place whore Branchville now stands^-pulsating with life and: trade?"Was a dismal swamp, known by the not very ctt phoneous na.mo of "Matchet's Pond." Through what is now Main street, flowed the ?wators of this pond to ?'pen branch;" und on to the Kdisto, made famoUs in history by Carolina's dis^ngui^hcd. son^, Willtypi .Gilropre Simras, Esq., who lived ten miles above here, near Midway on the Charlestori r?ntt.' The people at this period were hardy and self-reliant. Their wants were few and simple. They lived mainly, .in pole houses, covered with clab- boards, and exer cised a groat ,deal in the open air. To walk three or four miles to church, or indeed to any gathering, and tout the baby, with the crop-ear ed,...

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. — 1 October 1880

.-???-? ???? II. G. SllKltll>a\% i ,, ? . ., > Proprietors. jamks L. Sims, 1 : . -M i;so;:ii'rii>N. One Year.**l *><> M<>uih.-?. ?50 ADv I: UTIS IN? ISA TICS. }l"".-II |MHI IHWf?<WfWI?*ll*l>IIIWWUWWtllJ<> ? [(flfinos oiona ??M'Wtt,,,4i?li? ' "^l^^lTm^MiJA. <>.?. O?V. 1.-I'.hsu. - Iff IV*?Jajj3?fe ?rf.f ffftftOiW ? |! I ioj j.E^OT!i,^,in.flsr n T,he? peip^K-r^^ipi^v clu'un ,Modn in aS'yVrijiu|ior bVj lO.?'JO majority, pi|}ce Hie Ja(e,)Wtdioal itefcat luis,not result ?ilMifu yWislrblB! to ttlaine. J The seal jung, of tin; meni.'wlio left Hie army t<> i nn lor CongresR lias com ine*ii*ce<l-in dead eai nest . It is nein? <lcme in-'-sueli-a Revere way tlmt his w hole- party-is getting- sore-beaded. jXjhe X." V! i??Vi'accuses a Ropubli eivMrj?iuVn?rV>r idling the truth. Poli ticai inusV be iVept lively, to be sure, hut ' su'c'frsavage*sn\T uncalled for at tncksas ibis lire to be dist tinraged. ;Seualor lUaine, thinking-Davis was ele...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
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