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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 5 November 1880

Love and Madness. Reading, Ta., October 13.?Tbe Rev. James E. Schnitz was this morn ing taken to tbe insane assy 1 um in Norristown. Since the first report of his insnnity it has been ascertained that the death of Miss Lienbcck, a lady acqtiaintaucc of tho clergyman's, had much more to do with his loss of reason than was at first supposed. Prior to the interment of the young lady tho Rev. Mr. Schltz entered the chamber in which she was laid out, and, grasping her hand, raised it to his lips and fervently kissed it. "Sho is not dead," said the maniac minister ; ,4scc ! she is not dead ; she has ressurreoted," he exclaimed, at tho same time again kissing her bloodless hands and caressing her head by gently stroking back her wavy hair. The friends of the young lady took him away with considerable difficulty, and he was urged to go to his board ing house and try to reconcile himself to the death of his friend. Instead of that he went in a carriage to the real denee of another young lady...

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 November 1880

Love and Madness. Reading, Pa., October 18.?The Rev. Jnmes E. Schnitz was this morn ing taken to the insane asaylum* in Norristown. Since the first report of bis insanity it has been ascertained that the death of Miss Licnbcck, a lady acquaintance of tho clergyman's, bad much more lo do with his loss of reason than was at first supposed. Prior to the interment of the young lady tho Rev. Mr. Scbltss entered the chamber in which she was laid out, and, grasping her hand, laised it to bis lips and fervently kissed it. "She is not dead," said tho maniac minister ; "see ! she is not dead ; she bos rcssurrected," he exclaimed, at tho same time again kissing her bloodless bands and caressing her head by gently stroking back her wavy hair. The friends of the young lady lock him away with considerable difficulty, and be was urged to go to his board ing house and try to reconcile himself to the doalb of his friend. Instead of that lie went in a carriage to the resi dence of another young lady ...

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 November 1880

.A. Pupor ibr tlio. l>fedrw"?il?? II. G. SllKKlDAN* _? ?~-~ Jamks L. Sims, ' \^P?*>?-. . SUlJ?CIUl'TlOfU One Yenr. of Six MontIis-.~n. ?*,7P p ' ADVKnSfSINr FlmtiJjnsertlon, per - uatks>. Each Subsavuunr square.. .i oo lnsertl<^nM.50 j?BUI'O?N & SIMS, jck^wkw Orangebuvg, S. C. s==r .sokuvjv.g, S. c, Nov. 5. 18S0. ^ Victory! Last Tuesday, the 2d of Novem ber, 1880, is registered as a grand historic day for Orangebing County, and places her above the reproach of ??a doubtful county." Tbe election was, in the main, quiet and orderly. Kvery man, who bad tbe right, voted "without hindrance ami those who had "not, wore made to stand quietly aside until they learned to be older and ' "wiser citizens. The Radicals admit lhat they never saw a more peaceable election and the colored people were astonished that tncy had no use for their big clubs and guns and pistolb. Every man was allowed an equal chance at the box and went away .as sured that a fair election would be held. Cr...

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 November 1880

A. I??,i>or i<>i* i li o People, OBANOBDURO, S. (J., NOV. 5. 1880. Three pound cans of pie peaches at 20 cents at Jos. Eros' store. * A man called Gep. Boliver a linr to his teeth on election day, and he seemed to believe hiin. Ned Anderson, Mr. Sain's driver, was kicked by a mule on Tuesday evening and badly injured. "Wo cant give the exact figures of our majority in this county, but it is something over 300. Next week we will give the ofilcial count. 400 pounds choice green lea at Kortjohn's at 40, 50 75 cents and $1 per pound. No greater bargains have ever been offered and don't you forget it. Boliver got thirty white votes at this poll. We would like tc see these thirty misguided white men together. It would be a queer collection, no doubt. From every part of tho county we hear of frauds committed by the Re publicans. At this precinct two ne groes were arrested for trying to vote two tickets folded together. It is reported that Boliver and Liv ingston will decline to su...

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. — 5 November 1880

A. I?tvi>oi- lbxlio People, OllANGEBUKG, S. 0., NOV. 5. 1880. Three pound cans of pie peaches at 20 cents at Jos. Eros' store. * A man called Gop. Boliver a liar to his teeth on election day, and ho seemed to believe him. Ned Anderson, Mr. Sain's driver, was kicked by a mule on Tuesday evening and badly injured. "Wo cant give the exact figures of our majority in this county, but it is something over 300. Next week we will give the official count. 400 pounds choice green tea at Kortjohn's at 40, 50 75 cents and $1 per pound. No greater bargains have ever been offered and don't you forget it. * Boliver got thirty white votes at this poll. We would like tc see these thirty misguided white men together. It would be a queer collection, no doubt. From every part of the couuty we hear of frauds committed by the Re publicans. At this precinct two ne groes were arrested for trying to vote two tickets folded together. It is reported that Boliver and Liv ingston will decline to surrender th...

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. — 5 November 1880

OFFICIO OF &EO.H .00RNELS0N, ?OKANGEBURG, S. C. I am now receiving ami opening tho largest stock of DliY GOODS, ;^ groceries, PROVISIONS. HARDWARE, TINWARE, * *" "crockery. ? boots siic^s, ; ' hats, caps, ?fcc.r &c. &e., I b'nyc also fitted up a separate room fcr ? ?1 T . < "> T I 1 7 "N < i ? , in which tiic largest Stock <? ? <.;? ? hlb i.ed is dinplaxed, which win be sold very low. Also. 1 SADDLES AND HARNESS, in large vi riet^ and at lowest prices I would also call special jitl. ? 1? n ?largo stock of FURNITURE, Im??:., ~x ? ? i Very pretty puits in \VHluuti,.Sueh as Dresr.iri? C^se Suit^, iVior .-mi;.s, ..A oar. loruJ of new <>>u\ twp aim thr< i horse WAGONS will "arrive iji days, All of which is exhibited ami sold . ; low down prices. . GEORGE Hi CORNELSON. 1880. FALL OF 1880. The folio wing additions i was compelled to make to my general STOCK OF MERCHANDISE in order to meet the increasing demands of my many customers : i CKOCKERVWARE? a...

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 November 1880

Title and Wealth. "When tho American girl lavishes her smiles and her preference upon the handsome youth of good family and great fortune, does she prove herself to be a snob? If her feeling could be analyzed, it would bo sim ply this, that silo would willingly marry bira as the condition of an nmplc gratification of her social atn 1 itions and tastes. Her marriage w otild secure her the best social posi ti n, and supply her with tho splen did environment which sho desires. Tl e young English girls sets all her smiles in the same way for a dissipa ted young marquis, let us suppose, ig noi ant, boorish, and poor. But arc not her feeling's and purpose the same as iboso of her American sister? Is not her motive tbo same desire of the bes social position and the gratifica tion of splendid tasteB? And is this wb-t is meant by snobbery? Evi den.ly Thacheray'a lance was thrown at omctbing more than this, and one of i bo shrewdest of women says that vei.' snobbery is worship of rank as inn ...

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 November 1880

?A. Fupcr'lbr tlie J^ooj)!?: r ? H. G.'SllKltlDAN, ) n ?J.-Jamks L; SiM3,, )1;,'0l,nt-'to,s SUUSCltUTION. '"'OnevYear.?vtt.?9H <><> * aix Moutii8.1.1f...,^.>..r4:.;. rso ?o? , ."ADViinTisiNr. ..watks. * K*.r?t Insertion,, pe*. square..;.1 OO * iiuch Sul>s?quWi? Insertion........GO 3a h f.iJ|iJfl;tUi?VrM-& SIMS, OuA,NUimj;nu, .s.:t>.., Nov; i3, 1SS(I. ^'^fc?llVe Branch. ;nraU8ingtatul interesting *to seetl*i>bw^Earnest the Republican ,; journals-are in'their Utforts to bohl ?out tbe;olVve/brau.eu.lo.tlie Democrat?. ; -of Hip rKonth. ? They allittn that Ibis 1 is a nation and <fhc Republicans con ' trol It's^?eHthtkfs'i; that the North is ' not ?eVti?TTRij and never intended to ' be ; that Geneial Urn Held is a liberal, * broad-in$it?ded, ? patriotic statesman ; ''that the,SSoula .w)ll Jiud hiui a Chief ^^Magtstt^te free, from all sectional 1-pritjiajlfces; that the reforms promis k,etl and failed to be executed by Mr. *? Hayes v.-ill be carried out hone...

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 November 1880

A. Papor lor tlio Peopled OltANUEBUKG, S. (J., NOV. 12, 1880. Mr. Geo. II. Cornelson lias receiv ed the machinery for his factory ami in due tiinc.our town may hoast. of the actual cxistonco of a cotton factory within her bounds?all due to the vim nnd enterprise of one man. Foun thousand and fivo hundred dollars were taken from the safo in tho Treasurer's olllce of Barnwell on Monday night last. Entrance was made by means of a wooden key and tho robbers escaped. Detectives arc at work. It has been reported on the street'? during the present week that there were to be several arrests of managers of election and other Democrats made by the United States Marshal. As yet every thiug in quiet and no arrest have been made, nor do wo think like ly to be soon. ? 1,000 Democratic majority for the county ticket has so elated our popu lar City Clerk and Treasurer, Charlie Jones, that he iuvitcs all his friends to Van Tassel's to smile with him, and at the same lime secure big bar gains in stap...

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 November 1880

IVJX Friendship. Is "friendship" but nn empty name, A charm that lulls to sloop, A wish that follows wealth ami lame, Ami leaves the wretch td*wecpV There*to'londshlp of u.bctteivkind, Ami not from Intf r.eHt,springing, But from a pure and noble mind. To worth and goodness clinging. It binds us by attachments strong. Is pure and virtuous ever: It would not place us in the wrong. And cast reproaches never. " True friendship never wears disguise, Its face is never don bio, j And with a friend can sympathize, When he id-found in trouble. When on thnrmul to wealth and fame, It ready is to cheer me; When huilieo does' assail my name. it donSihOt turn, to jeer me; ? Jly faults it does not magnify; Nor pomp"odsIy parading Them in,view of stranger's eyes, - That thity may seem degrading; But rather show them to my face, That they may be corrected? Presents tbeht In the proper place, That 1 might be protected. ? Stich friendship, then, a value bears; From scliishiicss 'tis free; Robes of dec...

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. — 19 November 1880

-,- , , l _,_ "Vol. II. ORAN?EBURG, S. C, EKIDA]r, NOVEBMER 19, 188?. 3STo. 4=7. Fires that Cannot be Quonoh'ed. Pottsville, Pa., Nov. 2.?The failure of all the attempt to extinguish the Ore which has been ragiug in the Keeley Tun colliery for several weeks, it is feared, will add another to the perpetually burning mines that now exist in the Pennsylvania anthracite regions. The greatest of these is probably th'U in tho jugular vein, near Coal Castle, this county. This has been burn/ng since 1835. Lewis F. Dougherty opened this vein in 1833. The upper drift of tho mine was above water level, and a huge fire was kept in a grato at tho mouth of the mine in winter to keep the wa ter from freezing in the gutters. One night in the above year the timbers of the drift caught fire from the grato. Wheu it was discovered the fire had been curried down the air hole to the lower drifts, and was beyond control. Two miners entered the mine, hoped to recover their tools. They never came out. The m...

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 November 1880

j&- Paper Ibr tho l?e?i>lo. II. G. 8?EKIDAK, i ? , , ? o > Proprietors. Jambs L. ?Sims, I 1 SUIISCUU'TION. One Vear.$tl OO Six Months. r>0 ?it? ADVURTISIKO KATIC8. First Ituertion, per square.1 <><> Each Subsequent Insertion.?50 SHERIDAN & SIMS, Orangeburg, S. C. Okangkuuuu, S. v.. Nov. 10; 1SS0. New Jersey lias s.ood up bravely for honest government, ami we here by slate that It has I be finest climate and best cider known, ami no mosqui toes And now it turns out that the Mo rey Chinese letter was a forgery job put up cu Garfield. Well, wc sin cerely hope that the perpetrators ol the hoax will be punished. Mr. T. W. Briggs, of Clarendon County, has eight sons whose average height is six feet one inch, and aver age weight 201 pounds. The short est is flve feet ten, the tallest six feet two, the heaviest weighs 275, and the lightest 175 pounds. Arkansas will not be represented ' -in Congress by a negro after all. The ? report that Johnson, a colored barbe...

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 November 1880

A. l3?,i>?i* ibr Hi?5 People. orangeburg, *3. C, Nov. 19, VBSO. Colored women, dressed partly in men and partly in women's attire, are preaching in the neighborhood of Lewiaville, and the most shameless scenes are enacted under their preach ing under the excuse of religion. It was reported on the streets last Saturday evening that Gco. Boliver said he intended to shoot a certain man on sight. The idea, lie would shoot a glass of iagcr every lime it is sot up, but he don't take much stock in man shooting. W. R. Wallace, a colored Demo crat, was turned out of the Baptist Church located on the Legaro place on the Bull Swamp road and his com mission as travelling agcut of the Sunday School taken from him. Being a Democrat was his only crime. Our colored voters will notice that' D. A. Straker has secured the ap pointmcnt of Assistant Internal Reve nue Collector ; E. A, Webster is for tifyiug himself in the Post ollice; John H. Livingston has his open eye on the U. S. Marshalship in th...

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 November 1880

In speaking of a person's limits, Pray uon't forget your own ; Romciabcr those in houses ;dass , - Sko?hl never l Ii row a stone. i) ?f w?'Uiiv? nothing else to do, Hut talk </f those who sin, 'TU better we eoiuiueiiee at homo, And from that point, hegin. We liave no rigid to judge a man .jlJptil he id fairly tried: ^-jlkuild we not liko Iiis company, We know the world is wide. ?'Homo limy have faults?and who has not; The old as well as j'oung; *We may, perhaps, for might wo know, ..- Have lltty to their one. ' <V? reit you of a better plan?, And lind it works full well; To try my own defects to euro ; ??' l Before of others I tell. t'v nd though 1 sometimes hope to be ? *iT^? wor8e rrW1 80uio I know, ?My own shortcomings bid iiie let The faults of others go. Then Jet us all, when wo commence i '? Toslander friend or foe, Think of the harm one word may do ? . i To those we little know ; ^Remember curses sometimes, like Our chickens, "roost at home: ' Pon'r speak of others' fau...

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 November 1880

),< i'i '- i I .1 i. I ' / * i Voi, II. ORANGEBURG, S. C, FRIDAY, NOVEBMEE. Q6, I88O. No. 48. A Talk With Girls. Let us speak very briefly of some of the elements which go to make up a beautiful womanly character: The first is industry. Willingness . and ability to work lie at the basis of nil good character. The moral dis cipline, the patience, tbo steadiness of purpose, the power to overcome, that are gained in work, and only in work, are just as necessary to women n'3 to men ; and the girl who is given do chance of learning these traits is sadly defrauded* Besides, there are strong reasous why girls ought to be well trained in that particular kind of woik which they are most likely to be called upon to perform. All women, however situated, should have a practical knowledge of manual labor; should know bow to cook, to purchase house hold stores, how to avoid waste, bow to cut and sew garments, how to nurse the nick. All these things should be a part of a thorough education, and...

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. — 26 November 1880

. James L. Sims, ) 1 pile Yvvr.$tl OO *?< ?lx Months. n<> ?it*? ADVERTISING RATES. Wrst'Insertion, per square.1 OO Euch ?ubsoquc'ut Insertion.f>0 .SJiffifvlDAN & JS1MS, ,< > <1. Ornngeburir, 8. C. | UitAi-ioiciUjitu, ti. Nov. 2U. ItiSO. A Nation. The Sonlh has freqncnlly l)oen as sured by the Northern press and Re publican speakers that this country is a Nation. No convenient opportuni ty is allowed to pass without an ef fort to impress this idea upon the minds of our citizens. They are ex horted to suffer by-goncs to be by gones, to lay aside the old and cher ished opinions of our fathers, to lake. ' hold on the hew ideas of the present and to keep pace witli the future pro gress'of the nation. Imlced there is 1 too much zeitl Uud earnestness mani ? feslcd by our Northern Republican ndviscrs in the matter to be no ulte rior design than that which appears upon the surface. If this political idea can, by any means, be ingrafted upon the sentiment of tho peopl...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 26 November 1880

A. Paper lor tlio People, ouanoeuuko, S. UM nov. 20. 1S80. Three pound cans of pie peaches at 20 cents at Jos. Eros' store. * Tbo Rev. Mr. Guerry will preach at the Episcopal Church next Sunday at the usual hours. Town Talk Baking Powder sold at Kortjobu'u cheaper' than any place in tonn. Don't forget it. * Straus & Co. want twelve or fifteen good, active colored lads, to whom good wages will bo paid and houses to live in. TnE new county ofllcers, chosen at tho recent election, have received from tbo State Board of Canvassers their certificates and will enter upon the discharge of their du lies of ibe respective offices as soon as ibe legal requirements are met. Rueus Felder, a notorious mulatto Radical leader of Lower St. Matthews passed'the-farm of M.- MoKay the week after the.election and, seeing several colored person in, the field at; work, ordered them out Baying, "No colored man should work for a d?m white Democrat." Every one of our readers have .doubtless visited the dr...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 26 November 1880

'Tne^uiYiiVis br?kehrihe ehrilu'is rusty, The water, once pure, in fetid ,and<inu.sty ; ItytcVohln that sung oti the nodding spray <Siow .weary of silence and (lew away ; IPheTbrnnibies have covered tlie ivy vine. j&.ud iln through the shattered windows ? : *twine. .* The.Woqp Is broken and 'fallen down, .And ooverotl with moiw is the threshold brown; The storm sweeps w.id/? through the open .door. .And the rank weeds spring through the broken :,!loor; 'The roof is lallen out and in. "The swallow.- ilk in twilight dim. U'lio apple tree stands by the garden wall, ' JVpd In .its-dead hmaflfcM* knotty and tall. jHanjjs tt*o f?4** ?'c*Jir?>4- in childish ^iw. ; '^oitiioak riieuppl?? from the true; 'U'he'tSPU 18 dead, nuil ?in lim hill 'U'Ini h?mWs leec In deal 14 are still. ? ?A'nd'hi tlio home that, once WaR mine, AVhen 1 was in childhood's priin?1, ? "(There*'* nothing to me -that seems I he sohie f?llt the babbling brook at the loot of the ? ... ? lane. ? " * Whieh, as I...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 3 December 1880

^^^^^ _ I _ . -r ii i I i ?? ?? i i, i II I I - I i - i n i . I - r I ii-ii ? - * _ ? " ?-Ctw ? ^ ?_ ?Vol. II. ?RANGEBURG, 8. C, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1880. 3S&>;'40. Agricultural Sooiety* The County Agricultural Society bold its fourth quarterly meeting in fc?heiidan's School room on lu8l Sat urday, the 27th instant with Dr. \V. F. Barton in tho chair and Mr. Kirk Robinson as secretary. After the usual preliminary business, p commit tee of three consisting of Messrs. J. J. Salley, W. A. Mackay and - was appointed to draw up resolutions commemoratiug the death of Mr. J. J. Salley, Sr. The Treasurer's report wt<s ap proved by the committee appointed to examine Iiis hook. The matter of arrears being brought up by the President, Capt. N. N. Hayden moved that the Secretary be instructed to notify each delinquent by postal card that if hia dues wore not paid up his name would be drop ped from the roll. After considera ble discussion by Messrs. YV. T. M?l ler, J. L. Moorer, Iladlc...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 3 December 1880

Agricultural Society. The County Agricultural Society beld its fourth quarterly meeting in Sheridan's School room on last Sat urday, the 27th instant with Dr. W. F. Barton iu the chair and Mr. Kirk Robinson as secretary. After the usual preliminary business,:1 commit tee oi* three consisting of Messrs. J. J. Sallcy, W. A. Maekay and - was appointed to draw up resolutions! commemorating the death of Mr. J. J. Salley, Sr. The Treasurer's report wt?s ap proved by the committee appointed to examine his book. The matter of arrears being brought up by the President, Capt. N. N. Hayden moved that the Secretary be instructed to notify each delinquent by postal card that if Ins dues were not paid up his name would be drop ped from the roll. Alter considera ble discussion by Messrs. W. T. Mul? ler, J. L. Moorer, II ad Icy and W. A. Mackay the rcsuolulions were adapt- j cd. Mr. Mackay then moved that each delinquent he allowed until the next meeting to pay up, which was, adapted. Notice had be...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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