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Mr. Editor i
Uudor tho cull published a few days
eiuoo, quite, a number of gentlemen
from various' Varts of the Couuty
assembled at Saint Stephens Camp
ground Orange Township on Saturday
11th io?t., aud organized, after consider
able skurmiahiog by clcctiug Mr. V.
t>. Bowrnan na chairman aud G. V
Tho chairman in an able and forcible
manner stated the object of the ibcocfug
and took occasion to rofer to the pro
sent awful condition of our public
affairs?layitfg tho blamo just where it
Upon motion of Mr. J J Mitchell,
the chairman oppoiuted a Committee of
fivo to select Speakers for the occasion.
The following gentlemen were appoiut
upon that committee :
Messrs James J Mitchell, J C Moore,
"W N Mount, Marshall Jones aud Alex.
Dantzlcr. Tho committee alter a few
momentB absence reported the following
Hon. T C Andrews, Mr. A 13 Knowl
ton, Hon. J Felder Meyers, Mr. John
H Livingston, lion. Samuel Duncau,
Mr. J J Mitchell, Mr. J C Moore,
Alex. Dangler, lion. Henry II Ilaync,
Mr. W N Mount and Hon. Richard
JcffcEon. On motion of Mr. J C Moore
the report was unanimously addoptcd.
Tho chairman then introduced Hon.
T C Androws who declined to make a
tpcech, stating that it would take him
two hours to say what he wanted, five
minutes would not do; but as there
appeared to he considerable confusion
and lad feeling in their midst, he was
ready to answer any question any ono in
the audience desired to ask. A ftcr the
asking of several questions which Mr.
Andrews promptly answered, he retired.
Next Mr. J Felder Meyers was called
and led off in his usual style?tho he
was frequently interrupted? he however
evinced that amiable spirit which has
won for him so many friends
Mr. Samuel Duncan was next intro
duccd, whose speech was charactized by
that real and devotion to the iutercst of
his party and race which his rendered
him so popular among his constituents,
ho "told us a thing or two" that we
- Mr. J C Moore was next in order and
commenced the eugngemont with his
usual supply of grape and cauistcr?he
advocated tho total repudiation of our
former sett of officials and the adoption
of a more rigid policy in the selection of
our representative men.
Mr. IleOry H Ilaync was next called
upon who made a short speech to the
Mr- Richard Jefferson followed?he
urged the party to avoid defeat by the
exercise of prudence and judgement in
tho choosing our leaders?his speech
was sensible and was of the true metal.
Mr. A B K uowlton was thcu intro
duccd and like the man who wanted to
known "who hit Billy Paterson," he
wanted to know w ho had hit the public
funds and where they had been applied.
His speech produced a telling effect up
on the audience and was received with
- Mr. John II Livingston followed?
he expressed bis gratification at the
premised lc.'brm iu our political affairs
nnd spoke like a man having the inter
ftt (f his fellow citizens at heart, his
speech was well received.
Mr. James J Mitchell our humour
ous friend thon opened up with his
artillery, ho Baid that the Republican
pnity wero now like Hamptons Puppys,
that they had their eyes open and could
no longer bo fooled, that wc now had
our eycB open and would select better
mon for the future
Mr, Alex. Dantzlcr then cautioned
the meeting as to their duty in the selec
tion of Delogatcs to the Convention?
urging them to elect honest and truo
men?such as could bo trusted?his
ppcech was scuiiblo and pointed to the
welfare of his people.
Mr. W N Mount then made a few
remarks advisiag tho party to addopt
such measures iu the coming campaign
18 will insu rc the election of good und
true men to office.
Owing to' the inclemency of the
weather and tho lateness of tho hour
many of those selected by the committco
wero prevented from speaking.
Upon motion of Mr. Alex. Dantzlcr,
the meeting was adjourned.
Respectfully (i V CULL AII,
TO THE LADIES AND UENTLEMEN
MUSES M. BROWN, the Burner, pledges
himself to keep up with the times in all tho
late Improvements, as his business is suffi
cient to guarantco the abovo. Re will ho
found at Iiis Old Stand c\cr ready to servo
his customers at the shortest notice. [
apl 11 ? 80
mi. E. J. 0L1VER0S
Again desires to return his GRATEFUL
THANKS to the public for the mnguauimtus
und liberal SUPPORT given him. Ry ns
Biduous efforts und faithful performances of
the RESPONSIBLE DUTIES devolving upon
him as dispenser of MEDICINES, be hopes
ever to maintain their confidence and patron
HAS OP AN ED a SHOP at Rigg's Old Brich
Store for the purpose of Repairing Watches
aud Clocks. His, work is guaranteed to
give satisfuction or no pay required. He
will be glad to servo his old customers and
the. public generally. Prices moderate,
may 1 ' 3iu 1874
Dr. J. G. Wannamaker & Co.,
Respectfully call the public's attontion to
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE,
on RubbcU Street, next door to McMaslcr's
llrick Building, where ca>; bo found a well
selected stock of MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, SOAPS nud Fancy Toilet Articles.
A. kind and generous patronage is earn
Dr. J. 0. W A N N A MAKER !i CO.
Notice is hereby given that in three
months from date, the Board of County
Commissioners will 'appoint Special Com
missioners to Lay Out and Open a Public
Road, leading from Howe's Pump to Howe's
Bridge, known as the Swamp Road, running
through the hinds of M Robinson, Dcmpscy,
W C Reeves and William Ash, unless in the
meantime canse bo shown to the contrary.
By order of the Board.
Clerk County Coimnisfioncrs.
County Commissioner's Otlicc, May 4th,
A NEW LAW FIRM.
HUMBERT & FORDHAM,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
A T L A W .
OFFICE COURT HOUSE,
OJUXGEJSUJtG, S C
mar 14 tf
The Undersigned has opened an OFFICE
for the SALE of LAND.
Persons having REAL ESTATE to dis
pose of will do well to register the same
LARGE FARMS subdivided and sold in
cither LARGE or SMALL parcels.
GOOD FARMS for sale at from $2 to $.'?
per nore, on easy terms.
AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON,
Orangcburg 0. II., S. C.
nov 15 f
If you want WORK DONE
in ilousc and Carriage Paint
ing go to
J. A. WILLIAMS.
Experience ~ A yearn. Kesi
<lence on Market Street.
jan 17 1874 13
A GOOD PLANTATION in Middle Town
ship, 401? acres. Finely SETTLED. House
and Outbuildings all now. All under Good
Fence. Plenty of Fruit Trees. Price
$?2(100?half cash. A BARGAIN.
Also 180acres in samotownship. Saw Mill
Uouso, Gin and Grist-Mill. Never Failing
Stream. Good for 300 bushels'toll Corn and
Gto "8 bales toll Cotton per year. $t>00?
Also tiOO acres in Charleston County,
Also 300 acres in this county. Pine land,
well watered, $2~per acre. Apply 10
A. B. KNOWLTON,
' Orangeburg C. 11., 8. C.
mnr 11 tf
J. FELDER MEYERS,
OFFICE COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
Will give prompt attention to all business
entrusted to him. mar29?tf
AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
ORANGEBURG, S. O.
july 8 tf
Brick! Brick!! Brick!!!
TAYLOR & JOHNSON,
COIVLTIMBIA, 8. C.
Arc prepared to furnish FIRST CLASS
BRICK in any quantity at the LOWEST
MARKET RATES. Orders solicited.
Joseph Tayi.oh IIbnrt n. Johnson
may 23 tf
GOOD GARDENS to be had
by buying your Garden Seed*
and Onion Sets from
who gets all bis SeedH from the
Celebrated firm or 1>. Lan
dret li A Sou.
'S. IS.?Moniberg or GrangeH
will be MipnlJcd at Grange
jan 10 4t
~ If you have More Land than
you can TAY TAXES on, Register it for
sale at the LAND OFFICE of
AUG. B. KNOWLTON.
HAS AN ENDLESS STOCK OF
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS,
SHOES, HATS and GROCE
Which he is effcring at1
CHARLESTON COST PRICE
NO HUMBUG !
have received a LARGK ASSORTMENT of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
Besides a LARGE and VARIED STOCK of other
Too numerous to montion. All of the aliove will he sold at THICKS to suit theso prossi ng
times. Cull and cxandnc. No trouble to exhibit goods.
GEO. H. CORNELSON
Is now RECEIVING orc of the LARGEST and BEST SELECTED STOCKS of
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE,
BOOTS '& SHOES, HATS, ?
Crockery, Glass, Wood and Willow
Also a NICE SELECTION of
EADY MADE CLOTHING,
Which, having been bought with an cjo to the HARD TIMES will be SOLD LOW DOWN
FULL VALUE for tlie MONEY guaranteed, and an early inspection respectfully
solicited.. No charge for showing goods. Respectfully yours,
GEO. H. CORNELSON.
The Copartnership or J. W. PATRICK &
CO., have this day been dissolved by mutu
al consent . All indebted to the firm will
mnkc prompt payment lo J. \V. Patrick.
J. W. PATRICK,
Tho'AUCTION and COMMISSION BUSI
NESS will be carried on by the -mdersigncd
nl the Old Stand.
J. W. PATRICK.
Hi , __j..j.
A SPECIALITY OF
BACON, FLOUR, RAMS & SUGAR,
Also on hand a fidl STOCK of
Just received a fresh lot of CHOICE CANDIES, FANCY CRACKERS, LEMON
SUGAR, LEMON SYRUP, CANNED STRAWBERRIES, PEACHES, &e.
J. S. ALBERGOTTI,
CORNER RtiSSEI.L-ST^ET AND KAIL ROAD A VENU K.
HAS RECEIVED A FULL STOCK OF
Which lie ia offering fit
FAIR WARNING T? ALL!
Vte would have &onsnmcrs of RICE to know that our MILL is about ?>.*')? Vit a,
that wc CAN and do GUARANTEE to.SELL CLEAN KICK
Below the Charleston Market Price
At our MILL.
Persons desiring it wc will furnish them RICE weekly at their doors in any quantity,
or at the MILL overy day. Wc also keep a full supply of FRESH GROUND
jVIEAH. A. 1ST 3D GRIST
On band, BOLTED and UNBOLTED, on the MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
[RICE FLOUR FOR STOCK
With CHEAP GRADES of HORSE and COW FOOD.
OAK AND RITsTTS WOOD
SAWED any LENGTH desired, and delived to any part of the Town for the SMALL 8UM
of f:>.'2"? per Cord. Send along your Orders. Wc arc always ready to fill them without
STRAUS & STREET.
Do you want tho BEST
You ever SAW ? Do you want the EHST
Lard, Mackerel, Salmon, Sardines, 1'icklcd or Fresh Oyster*,
Sugar (lured Hams, Potted Ham, Crackers, Sugar,
Coffee, Chewing or Smoking Tobacco, Scgars,
BOOTS OH SHOES
At tho Sign of the GOLD BOOT.
I > 8
I > '
H 5-? ^
N re ?i
AUGUSTUS FISCHEB, Agt.
HAS JEST RECEIVED AT THE
ENTERPRISE GROCERY STORE
A full supply of FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES, and is offering them
VERY LOW for the Cash.
THE ENTERPRISE SALOON
Will be found n full Stock of CHOICE LIQUORS of tho best brands, and
a largo supply of the BEST BITTERS that am made.
SEGA RS .and TOBACCO of tho best grades. All in nood of tho abovo
goods will be dealt with right by calling on
AUGUSTUS FISCHER, Agt.
RUSSELL-STREET, ORANGEBURG, S. 0.
Tho Subscriber takes great plcasuro in announcing to Ida FRIENDS and tho COM
MUNITY that he has OPENED a FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, at tho Largo Rcsldonccureoont
ly occupied by Mr. Hanc Wannautoker. Comfortablo Accommodations, a Bo nteous
Table aud Courtcus Attention are Guaranteed.
jan 18-?m J. W.flT. DUKES.