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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 3 December 1880

.A. I?ni>c5i- ioi* tho X:>o<>i>lo. H. ?.SweitiDA?, yVroprictors. James L. Sims, ) 1 BUUSClttl'TlON. One Year.#1 OOl birrc Mouths. *~50 ?o? ADVEKTIS1NO IlAl'ES. First Insertion, per square.1 OO Each Subsequent Insertion.C50 SHEUIDAN it SIMS, Oraiijfebiii'ir, S. C. Ouam; KUUItU, s. (.'., Deo. il. 1SS?. Bureau of Agricnlturo. Id the report from this Department tho Commissioner recommends that power be granted by the Legislature to employ an immigration agent; that improved varieties of seeds be pur chased for distribution among the far ? 'Itters of the State ;flhat an expetimcn Lal farm be established under the di " faction of tha Bureau; that an asscs ? eor be appointed in each towuship ol the State to receive returns for the "Department; and that a special ap . propriution be made to meet the ex rpensesof these recommendations. ? The affairs of this department are ' "-evidently controlled by an energetic ' and competent ofllcer and, if properly ? supported by the Legis...

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. — 3 December 1880

i .A. X'?i>?m* lbr tlio l3e<>i>lo.: U. G. SlIKItlDAX, i ,, . , I . ... > Proprietors. Jamks L, Sims, \ 1 BuuacuitmoM. One Year.if*?l OO ; ?Six Months. ?50 ; ; ADVKUTISIXU KAT ks. First Insertion, per square.1 <>o : Euch Subsequent Insertion.f>0 ? SllFUIDAN Ai SIMS, Oraugeburg, S. <I OltANO KIIL'ltO, S. C, nKC. o. ls"SU. Bureau of Agricnlturo. In the report from this Department the Commissioner recommends that power be granted by the Legislature to employ an immigration agent; that improved varieties of seels be pur chased for distribution among the far mers of the State ;fthat an expetimcn lsl farm be established under the di * reetion of tho Bureau ; that an asses sor be appointed in each towuship of the State to receive returns for the ' .Department ; and that a special ap propriation be made to meet the ex penses of these recommendations. ? The a flairs of this department arc evidently controlled by an energetic and competent oflioer and, if properly 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. — 3 December 1880

A. Paper for the People. Orakqedurg, s. C, Dice.isso. Quite an excitement was raised in the Eastern portion of the town at the appearance of a mad dog on Wcndcs j day last. Rumor has it that a eat, two dogs and a colored girl were bit ten. The board of County Commission ers will meet on to-morrow to exam ine the bonds of the new county olli cors. Those that meet the icqnirc mcnts of the law, will be approved aud the officers will enter at once upon their duties. Mu. Amos Balr, a quiet and high ly esteemed citizen ol* Middle Town ship, died last Friday night and was burricd on Saturday. Mr. Bair was about seventy eight years of age and throughout his long life performed hi.- part as parent, neighbor and citi-j zen well.' A hunting party, composed ofi Messrs. W.-W. Culler, C. W. Culler, T. C. ?lbergotti, L. S. Connor and others will leave in a week or ten doys for the hunting grounds on the lower Santce. We wish them good luck and a safe return with 'venison enough for Christmas. Ma;T...

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. — 3 December 1880

A Fow Brief Years. A few brief years and I shall lie, Beneath 3*011 enlui and peaceful sky, Whose breast is bright with notes and bars. And laughing music of the stars? Whose bosom, spreading from polo lo pole, In silence will my grave console. With straightened limbs my shade will rest. My head against 1113' colllu pressed ; And hour by hour, and day by day, My wasted bones will pussnway. This band that writes will then be cold, And shrunk and eaten with the mold Of time aud death and dark decay. Till joint by joint returns to clay. The dread, the fear, the torment sore, Will rend my heartstrings never more; Nor human wild;; nur worldly strife, ? To barely win the bread of llle. Will ne'er, within my narrow bed, ? Disturb or wake my wearied head, A thousand years will pass me by, Without a change in laud or sky ; No winter's snow, nor summer's heat, "Will e'er disturb 1113' winding sheet. At evening'B close Hi meet no more The smile that waits me at the door; . The bills und dales ...

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 December 1880

Garfleld's Birthday. Mkntou, December 1.?Nearly all Mentor was interested to day in celebrating General Garlleld's birth day. Two engine companies paraded all around his pumpkin patch and threw sever! 1 streams over the Northern rail fence in honor of the occasion. About six o'clock the Gen eral got up, and, after making the Ores, turned out to see how kindly nature had smiled upon the 49lb birthday of the now Ohio sage. A stable boy from Hon. Henry B. Payne's residence, near at hand, was the first to meet him as he perambu lated thoughtfully through the cab bage garden in his morning gown and slippers. "Wish you m;ny happy returns of your 321)th birthday," said the boy, enthusiastically. The General turned away with an injured look, and alter u few words of thanks to the engine companies, returned to his study, where, after helping to dress the baby and (ill the tea kceile, he sat down to await con gratulatory dispatches. Four wires were run into his study, ami two sic nographers, ...

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 December 1880

Garflold's Birthday. M?K'i'OU, December L.?Nearly all Mentor was interested to day in celebrating General Garlleld's birth day. Two engine companies paraded all around his pumpkin patch and threw sever: 1 streams over the Northern rail fence in tumor of the occasion. About six o'clock the Gen eral got up, and, alter making the lires, turned out to see how kindly nature had smiled upon the 49 III birthday of the new Ohio sage. A stable boy from Hon. Henry 11. Payne's resilience, near at hand, was the first to meet him as he perambu lated thoughtfully through the cab bage garden in his morning gown and slippers. "Wish you many happy returns of your ."?-".'th birthday," said the boy, enthusiastically. ; The General turned away with an injured look, ami altera low wosd> ol thanks to the engine companies, returned to his study, where, ni'.ci helping to dress the baby and fill the tea kcelle, he sat down to await con gratulatory dispatches. Pour wires weie run into his study, and two S...

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 December 1880

JL P?iioi* lor tl?e People. H, G. Siikhidan, I Propi,lctorg< James L. Sims, ) 1 ^ Qltjtjr^^ EC ? 10. 1SS?. Livingston's Settlemont. The notice in our local column I wo weeks ago that Mr. J. 11. Livingston had settled wilh the Comptroller General of the Slate, having excited some inquiry as to the manner and con ? ditions of settlement we took occasion to visit Columbia and ascertain a cor rect statement of such fucts as might be at hand. Tbo length of time in tervening and the complicated char acter of the transactions, usual with such reports, make a thorough inves tigation necessary, and, therefore, the interest 'naturally excited and as near an official statement as could be pro cured to save both Mr. Livingston 'and'the Stale office from unjust cjiti clsro. Mr. Livingston's account was handed some lime ago by Gen. J. If. Izlar, the attorney fur bis sureties, to. Mr. Winthrop Williams, the chief 'clerk of the Comptroller-General with 'the request that be examine the same. This...

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 December 1880

.A. Paper lot- the jV?e<>i>le.j II. G. SlIEItlDAN, J prop|.ictorg< Jamks L. Sims, | OiiAKGKnpito, S. ('.. Dkc. 10. IS80. Livingston's Settlement. Tlie notice in our local column two woeks ago that Mr. .1. II. Livingston had settled .villi the Comptroller General of thii Stale, having excited some inquiry as to the manner and eon - ditioiiB of settlement we took occasion to visit Columbia and ascertain a cor rect statement of such facts as might be at hand. The length of time in tervening and the complicated char acter of tbe transactions, usual with euch reports, make a thorough inves tigation necessary, and, therefore, the interest naturally excited and as near an ofileial statement as could lie pro cured to save both Mr. Livingston "and the Stale olllce from unjust ciiti clsiu. Mr. Livingston's account was handed Home lime ago by Gen. J. F. Izlar, the attorney for bis sureties, to Mr. Winthrop Williams, tlie chief 'clerk of the Comptroller-General with 'the request tha...

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 December 1880

?xmp%\ix$ ?tmMXt?. J*_ I?o.i>oj' ibr tlits People, OUANGEHUKG, S. (J., DKC. 10. 1880. Rev. Manning Brown will preach in the Methodist church next Suudny and on Monday he and the pastor, Rev. O. A. Darby will loave for Mari on, C. H. to attend the annual Con ference of the M. ?. Church, South. TnE few days of sunshine havo materially changed the condition of the roads which had well nigh become impassable. The dulluess and inac tivity of the last few weeks are gradu ally giving place to cheerfulness aud business life. Adam Slroman says if he wins the Sewing Machine at the Fair he will give it to his sweetheart. Here is a goldeu opportunity for some young lady to catch a clever young man and at the same time secure a No. 1 Sewing Machine. The present Legislature is said to be one of work and commendable so briety. Not a member drinks to ex ecs and" quite a number abstain entirely from intoxicating liquors. Surely some one of the many bills limiting the traffic in liquor will pass. ...

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 December 1880

Shall Be. I JTtfiv' r'Wy'/in?? down to slijrp, t j AjjA ah'^ahV I r.ovc-i- wake. ? what Iheh^i -Um ipri?sc-s will say, ?'?Friends, do not, weep, iU'i hen veil you'll meet your own again." 'Wuvwoild will still move on apace, !Nt?r for a moment reuse its din, ;?oiK0 other one will lill my place, .And soon lorget that I have been. ''The sun will shine, the birds will sing, The yellow dun del lo us will grow "Upon the hill-side in the spring, Just as they did so long ago* i JJnr 1 shall drift out far away Upon the shoreless, silent sea. ' To meet, perchanee, a belter day Somewhere in God's eternity. AH Sorts. Modest virtue is the sweetest How ? er that can adorn the character of :. woman. However things may scent, no evil thing .succeed, and no good thing i-j it failure. The tongno. t>f a fool is the key of ' his counsel, which, in a wise man, ? wisdom huso, in keeping. The last o.Hicial net of Goy. Jeter was that, of .extending pardon to an invalid penitentiary convict. Wipcuiv of p...

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 December 1880

NOTICE OFFICE OF CO. COMMISSIONER'S, Orangeburg County, Orangeburg, S. C, Nov. 24. 1380 In accordance with Section 26, of an act I of the General Assembly of the State of | South Carolina, entitled ''An Act to reduce all acta and parts of acts in relation to County CommiHSioners and their powers and duties into one act and to amend the Bame," ratified April 13, 1875, all claims filed in this office during the fiscal year 1879 and 1880, aud the action of the Board thereon, are hereby published as follows: 1S79 and SO. Claimant. A'tCd. AHA'd. Daniel Livingston. $ 50 00 J J Mitchel. 10 00 T Kohn. 14 50 N N Hoyden (by Audi tor). HG G5 L S Connor (by Audi tor). 144 40 A J Kettrell. 0 06 It n Quattlebaum. 375 00 F J Buyck. 17 07 A J Corr. 6 00 ** '?. 3 10 FT Smoak. 2 10 H D Edwards. 9 00 J W ?owcn. 37 30 J D Cleckley. 13 00 Joseph O'Cain. 0 20 A J Evans. 20 49 M M Hntson, Ex'r. 00 00 A A Connor. 30 00 JW Sandel. 10 00 Henry Buiith. 26 00 FT Rickonbaker. 14 1q '* . 9 00 D A Straker. 75 00 ...

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 December 1880

...v L'trjJiJi* !<>?? Hei? 1,<?oi>Io. II. G. SllKlUDAN, 1 ,> . . . T 1 } Proprietors. Jam ks L. Sims, ) 1 8ub8ciiiitiok. One Vehr.tfcJ OO Si\' Months. * ?O ? ' ?o? advertising iiatks. First Insertion, per Fuuitre.1 OO Kayh Subsequent Insertion.?"?0 SHERIDAN & SIMS, Orangeburg, s. G. OltANGKUUKO; S. (.'.. 1)R0. 17. 1880. Out and In. The readers of the Democrat were informell two weeks ago that it was the purpo.se sf Ceo. Boliver lo bold the ofllce of clerk of the court, not withstanding the verdict of the peo ple, as declared in the late election, was overwhelmingly against his. In deed he had so long been accustomed to ride here that he began to think the ofllce, fixtures and profits were his by possession or some title which even the people could not annul. 'Hence to defend that right his hist drop of blood and cent of money ?stood pledged. From this bold posi tion assumed by Boliver and these de fiant threats the people expected war to the knife, and Mr. Robinso...

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 December 1880

a I??ijo?* for tin* Pooplti. 11. G. b Ii Kit 1 dan, \ i > . . I re i Proprietors. jamks L. .Sims, 1 1 budsciuition. One V>nr.S$l OO Uix Mouth.-. ?<>? ? A\? - ? ' _0 _ advertising rates. First Insertion, per square.1 OO Each Subsequent insertion.CSO SHERIDAN & SIMS, Orunjreburg, S. C. Oran<jkiiuro,SI:C..Ueo. 17. 1ss0. Out and In. The fenders of the Democrat were informed two weeks ngp tbal it was the purpose sf Geo. Deliver lo bold the oillce of clerk of the court, not withstanding ibe verdict of the peo ple, as declared in the late election, was overwhelmingly against his. In deed he had so long been accustomed to rule here that he began to think , the oillce, fixtures and profits were his by possession or some title which ? even the people could not annul. TIence to defend that right his last drop of blood and cent of money ?stood pledged. From this bold posi tion assumed by Bolivcr and these de fiant threats the people expected war -to the knife, and Mr. Robinso...

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 December 1880

?Km%$tbM$ ?m\MK at. A. Xa?i>ei* for tl&o X^oopl??. Okangehuko, S. (J., Dice. 17. 1S30. The colloctiug in groupa of young men about the street corners on Sun day afternoons received a timely re buke at the hands of the Mayor on Monday morning last, which wc hope will abate the nuisance. Haity, happy, happy Christmas, that can win us back to the dclu >ions of our childish days ; that can recall to the old man the pleasures of his youth ; that can transport the sailors and travelers thousand of miles away back to his own fireside and his quiet home I Permanent relief for dyspepsia, sour stomach, billiousness, and all diseases ol a disordered liver can be had by using Portaline, or Tablet's Vegetable Liver Powder. Price 50c. AVhitc's Cream White Vermifuge is the best worm killer. For salo by Ur. J. G. Wunnamaker. Oun thanks are due the young la-1 dies of Pine Grove and Dr. Walter II. Wolfe for a cordial invitation to attend their entertainment to be given at the churcb on the ...

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 December 1880

A Gentleman Definnd. SS^ar.l ;? "What is a gentleman?" aska't\u interested exchange; As wo gra*" living arid tiioVibg banian bein hangs out at hotels, . tlml hoso and fci'-' _ ?uar? cardinal sport" nfltrio show them, r.* dlmlnuLlvo Cane, bridges his nasal ucnc?n-with .eye glasses hitched to a string, ogles pretty girls on the street or at the theater, bores editors and other jjwenk livercd dyspeptics, smokes the clear quid,, kinickkiniek filler, with tissue paper wrapper, plays billiards muchly, swears elegantly, waltzes the ^Racket" divinely, talks slicker than boiled grease, knows the ropes, intimate with the kitchen me chanic's, owes everybody, pays noth irig, not even' atlenlion, and l'requent: ly wrestles with thb existence Of a mu?i.acjhe./.Tbp thorough bred always, belongs to some club, lie is on or uament to Himself. Learn to be Short. Long visits, long stories, long ex hortations, long prayers, and long editorials, adlrlom profit those Who have to do with them. Life is shor...

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