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THE ORANGEBURG NEWS
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THAD. C. ANDREWS, Editor. ' j|
?IiOK?E DOLIVER, g
Financial and Bvsixksb Manager.
Official Paper of the Slate and
of Orangeburg County.
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1?- TIl>?* OR A NO KU UR G NE WS IIA S
A LARGER CIRCULATION THAN
- ANY-OTHER PAPER IN THE CO UN
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SATURDAY, OCT. 17, 1874.
. Daniel H. Chamberlain
B. H. Gleaves.
dt.-rri .< . -
C. W. Buttz.
Tlie T-ntc Con 7ention.
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Tho County Convention of the Republican
party for this County assembled in the
Court house lost Thursday week, and after
considerable fillibuBtcririg succeeded in
placing in nomination the following Ticket
as* the Regular Ticket for this County.
For Sheriff. E. I. Cain.
For Judge of Probate, T. K. Saspbrtas.
' For House,of Representative, S. L. Dun
cntt, W. Hl Rccdish, C. W. Caldwoll, Sbad
rlck Morgan and Aaron Simmons.
For County Commissioners, J. P. Mays,
F. B;;3ohmon nnd John Phillips.
'FoV' School Commissioner, F. R. MoKin
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l',For Coroner, J. II. Fordhnrn.
Wc don't think we'over Faw a like number
of men in-one'bodyjvho in Iboir own esti
mation were so competent to fill office. With
ono or two exceptions, they were all am
bi.tiou.'i to take upon themselves the weighty
responsibilities that necessarily attache to
public office Thoro aro many so.o heads.
Tho 'rcFu!l'acould not be otherwise, in the
oonfueion and warring one against the
other. If mjudicious, lionest nnd intelligent
selection bad been made. Iheve might not
have been so much latitude for'these sorc
bcadn. .But wc are compelled to admit that
there ^^justification for tho fooling e:.
prtEEcd against a part of the Ticket. Wo
W?v<U iftlit'. a A: ,\.(l? H *? "? i '
premised tho Couuty^wo promised the
whole Republican party to nominate the
best men wo had for office?and wo owod it
fo them nnd to'ourselves fo have done ao.
^o could have done better. A good many
say wo have done worse- than over before,
atfoT*' tfio ''coOsequcnco iB, wo havo two
tickets "tt ,tne,*net4?the regular ticket and
an.,.Independent ticke. It is now left to
the good 'judgement of the peoplo to say for
wBrtni,thcy'wni cast their votes. It appears
In us thai a judicious seliouon can be made
from tho wholo, and it is the duty of the
people -.f?y' moke c that selection for them
?elf?. dy: r r ? ; ,
0JBti Otl) 1 t I
W.e know that our local disagreement h will
not prevent the unanimous vote of tho Re
publican party of this County from being
c&pr! for Chamberlain, Cleaves and Buttz.
ffflnW Jv.-?V'J -)/:d,' 1 lit US iB
? ,U. JB our honoyt conviction that the
Independent Ticket is a better Ticket than
the Regular one.
AVe call, attention to an article in to-day's
NtAfi?, taken' from' our contemporary, the
Free Citixen. Mr. Martin R. Dclnncy is
there .shown to be of the same class of rc
formers, as Cain, Hayne, Bowley and others.
A man who would pocket the collections
taken up for building a church in which
the poor.huinblo colored man could worship
Golf;4 would not, in our judgment, bo tho
proper person to assist in tho kind of ro
ffhn. needed in South Carolina. Refusing
to('steal from the pulic treasury, and pookot
ing church collect ions instead, is not tho kind
of reform which tho peoplo desiro inaugu
rated -jit:,t yet. Tho best thing for Dclaney
nfid^ the rest of theso ardent soekors for ro
form to da is, to go to work and reform
tUopiaolves before they preach reformation
Orangcburg is in motion at last. Tho
Independent Republicans will havo a incct
irig,there to-day.?U/iarleilon Newt and Lour
?ry of yester day.
' JJcb bo. They had it, over tho loft. The
onfy Ind cpendcrtt Republican that wc saw
ycBt^crdiay, in motion or otherwise, was Mel
lctt, a chronic bolter.
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(f. iVoht the Amu & Cwin>r pleoao oblige us
nnd'pnblish "tho essay" by tho Rov. A.
Webster, of this place, on Martin U. Delany,
,C*?^6 UOISU !' - i , f*
ns.-.an administrator of church funds. It
will be found in this issuo of our pftper.
Plfft* Capitan, Obligo ug. It will bo good
roftdipg for,honest conservatives.
AU wo havp to say about it is this, if the
democfaii'd, party ohn swallow John T.
Crccn, and Civil Rights, Lord, what a gul
We aro requested to invite aH persons
who havo suffered wrong from any official
misconduct on tho part of any County
officer,- 10 iBlve information of the same to
tho Ornugobnrg Township Tox Union.?
Tho devil you say ! "And away over
Our right hand contemporary is entirely
mistaken when it says that the conservatives
have a mnjarity in Anderson nnd Union
counties. So their nrticlo about wasted
Liberality has no power. The concession
in Anderson wore all from tho republican
Green, Greener, Greenest. The greenest
man we know is .lohn T. Green tho Holter.
A trip up salt river will help him. He shall
have it, and start on the 3rd of November
If thc.schcincs of certain men arc carried
out in this County, when tho election is
over, with what gratification will they re
joice, with what pleasure will they exalt,
and what delight will they revel.
W. 0. Echard, photoganphcr, will be in
Orangcburg on Friday the 10th, when ho
will be prepared to take pictures upon tho
most approved style. ? Orangeburg Times.
Just in time to photograph our Regular
Republic an ticket.
Money, make money Martin, "and if you
can't make it honestly," then rob the
How is that for advice, "Jones."
The Hon. Mr. Hausier is hero. lie drinks
Green Tea with sugar iu it. "Not any fo r
us, thank ye."
- ???Ill- .-. <nun?.
John T. Green went back ou his democra
tic brothers once; who says he wont do it
the second time.
All the way from the African nation,
In search of "tin" and a Green plantation
M. K. Dki.any.
"Not for Joe."?I*. M. Gray dou't look
through Green glasses?not much.
Dunn wishes about now that he was not
A Mixt uro.
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A rousing Chamberlain meeting here to
Sumter, Green's home, composed of
Green'e friends, showed its fear of free
speech last Saturday.
A 6r?*nt many people arc boiling mad, in
Anderson, bccnitso Hon. J. Y. Reed, a va
Jiaut Confederate soldier, advocates the
election of Mr. Chamberlain. A similar
"flop" has occurred with a prominent Green
The Georgetown Times says: "Too bad !
toobnd! Tho Times dubbed tho e litor of
the Comet as 'red bead' and now the Char
leston ivt irs and Courier insists that he is a
colored man, and heads an extract from the
Cornel ?A colored editor's views !' "
This is bard on a white brother.
The Columbia Union asks: "How does it hap
pen that tlie Xeics and Courier takes so kind
ly to Mayor Cunningham all at once ! Last
Full Cunningham was regarded by th it pa
per one of the worst men in Charleston .
He it was who was looked upon by the
democrats ns the chief conspirator against
tho liberties of the people, in the stuffing of
ballot boxes and rapid counting of votes.
What bus given him tho garb of a saint so
soon? A man who would pack a.jury w mid
stuff a ballot box, in our judgment." Will
the A'eirs and Courier please rise to explain '.'
The Aiken Hotel was sold at auction last
woek, under a mortgage, to Mr. Railoy, the
James S. Mobley, cf Union, has been re
nominated for tho House of Representa
R. G. Vocom has been appointed treasu
rer of Chester county,
The Rev. Felix Torrencc has written n
letter, saying his name was used without
authority in connection with the Green
movement, and that he will support tho
Tho Georgetown Times says: "Wo have
been credibly informed that certain loud
mouthed, blatant open adherents and advo
cates of Judge Green, arc quietly, stealthi
ly, and under cover of night, oleclioneoring
for Cbamborlnin. Open opposition may be
manly, but such treachery and douhlc-donl
ing is contemptible, unil only the practice of
the most deeply dyed scoundrols."
Mr. Goorgo W. DcLano, editor of the
Charleston Chronicle, has rof.iro I from
tho editorial staff of that, journal, and
joined tho "Maokoyites"?prefers "Buzzard
to crow" ah !
Ocn. .Samuel McGowan, ono of the most
prominent Democrats in the up country, has
boon put in nomination for Congress from
the Third District, against Comptroller Gen
oral Hogc. General McGowan is a good
man, moderate in his views, und cminonlly
conservative-; b?t ho oannot bo sent to Con
gress this time. Ho is on tho wrong side of
tho house, nnd will bo beaten by Judge
Hogo by sovcrnl thousand votes.
Mr. Thos. C. Dunn must bo a bloodthirsty
individual, to judgo from his speech at
Charleston n few days sinco. JIo used the
King's onglish very freely, and seems to
have forgottcti the fact that ho )B but a very
small portion of this world. Mr. Dunn is
very prompt to chargo pcoplo with lying
about him, and in order that ho rany not
lny that charge to our door, wo.propose to
see if he will lie about himself. Did you'
Mr. Dunn, or did you not, receive a pay
certificate for $2;500 from tho General As
sembly at its last session; to pay the ex
penses of your committee, to Now York to
investigate the bonds?*'?Columbia. Union.
And didn't you receive $700 from Attorn
ey General Melton for tho saino purpose?
Don't answer, dttnn-o.
Just hear Sparnick?"Put away your
fleecy muslins, your iininacu'ale cambrics,
your jaunty straws, ladies and enrobo your
lovely fonnsjn warmer fabrics, for the cool
days have come. Aud you of tho sterner
sex look up your white suits and your re
splendent pnnnmas, and bring out your
heavy coverings, your overcoats and neck
?Wild is the music of autumnal wind s
Amongst the faded woods.'"
.And go to Kolin Uro.
The Port Royal Commercial published at
Rcaufort, says* "II. 11. Gardner. J. IT.
Phili ps and Pierce Robertson, whonltcnd ?
cd as delegates to the Independent Republi
can Convention, 'have returned thorough'y
disgusted. They pronounce tho Conven
tion a fraud, and a democratic trap. They
are going to take the slump for Chamber
lain. It does not lake long for even such
men to got their ey es open, but I'pping still
holds out, he is in his ori^'nal and natural
And this?"It is with pleasure that we
state the Hon. M. R. Myers, has l'ke the
prodigal son returned; been" wept over and
forgiven. He was mistaken about |thc aim
of the Green party."
"While the lamp holds out to burn
The repent ant sinner may return-"'
Wc expect soon to chronicle the return,
also to his first love, of "Red Hot." He is
about the only one "out" now, who can re
turn "be wept over and forei vcn."'jffl\Vc
shall vole "nay" to the reception of the
oilier three. 4
Investigation?The sign tf cq^^nJ^be
Judge Carpenter met with a paimfuli ac
cident last Saturday morning, iu <? dumhia,
by being thrown from a carriage.
A calumny, though it is kn >w.i to be such,
always leaves a stain on the r op tit it'.ou.
Tho case of Mayor Cunningham, of Char
leston, charged with tampering with a jury
has been continued to tho January term of
Soino man in Hoston publishes a paper
called the Kingdom of I haven for seventy
five cents a year. Of course it is a hogus
affair. The genuine Kingdom of Heaven
can be had without money Mitt without
"Woman is a delusion, madam !" oxclaira -
ed a crusty old bachelor to n witty young
lady. "And men arc always hug;iug some
delusion or other," was the quick rat ort.
Spa.-nick says the bolters wore decently
in!-1 red at Lexington, yesterday.? Union
The above paragraph may bo naught to a
superficial observer; but wc have the host of
authority for stating that a party of indep
endent Republicans, who attended tho meet
ing tit Lexington, were suhjccled to a gros*
indignity. They went to the meeting in a
carriage, and while absent from the'y vehi
cle, some of those regulars, iu keapiilJ wiili
th.'ir filthy tri oka, soiled the seats of the
vehicle w'th a couipo-diio'i akin to their
own. ?Columbia Plnmix.
The Cincinnati Qaze-u Bays: No abler
man, we venture to say, and we speak front
personal knowledge, has gone from tho
North to the South than Daniel II. Cham*
hcrlnin. He has both tho ability and the
ambition to give to South Car dilia the. ??r.s
fornt" sho needs. If ho is elected gover
nor, we may fairly expect to seo th ) dawn
ing of a brighter dnj in his a loptcd Srato;
It is gratifying to obiervo that nuny of
the best men of our Stato, who hitherto
have kept out of po 1 tical trouble, are now ,
when a suitable man is proposed for gover
nor, outspokeu endorsers of tlu republic in
par'y. Mr. Warren II. Marshall, a gallant
officer in the late Confederate army, and a
candidate for representative in tin Stato
legislature from Fuirfield coti'ily, iscnihilsi
as.ictilly supporting tho Chamberlain tick
et. His abilities ami talents will hm'i lets
bo appreciated by tho voters of Fairfield,
especially as they are directed in tho right
IM it or Oraugcburg NXWS :
1 have noticed in your valuable paper that
you would only support a good ticket.
What say you now !
KEP UR LIC AN.
[From the Orangcburg Times (Dem.)
Tlic Independent** Looming; Up
Whereat lb? Regular republican party
have nominated I>. II. Chamberlain for:
Governor, aud whereae the said Chamber
lain in ' our opinion, will not give us an
honest govrnniont, and whereat the nomiiia
lion ma<le for County otlicers is not satisfac
tory to the people: be it
Remlocd, That wo join the ludcpcndc lit
Resolved, That we call a Mass Meeting to
be held on next Friday the loth, at '2 o'clock
P. M., cither at the Court house Square, or
at (be Elliott Hall. All citizens in favor of
reform anil an honest government aro in
vitod to attend.
F. M. Mri i.ktt,
P. M. OlUT,
Mr. Editor:?You will please sta'e in
your paper that the above preamble and
first resolution was never sanctioned by inc.
nor signed by me or by my authority. My
objections are sobdy in reference to (he
County Ticket as nominated by the la^e
County Convention, r.nd I agreed to the
call as stated in the last resolution for a
meeting to get up a bolter ticket. Hut
I have always be?n and am* now, r.ud will
be on the old day of November next a
Ptrong and working supper.c? of the regu
lar Slate Ticket Messrs. Chamberlain and
Gleaves, and also of Major Hut tz, for Cu.l
P. M GRAY.
I ascribe to the above car 1 in full.
Orangcburg S.JO., Oct., 15 1ST!.
A Card From .Senator l>uau.
To (hi Editor nf The. Newt and Couriir:
Sin ? For obvious reasons I withdraw so
much of my speech made at Charleston on
Tuesday last ns involves a pcrsoti il threat
oguinst Mr. Attorney-General Mcboit.
Yours respect fully. Titos ('. Drxs,
Columbia, S. C, October 10, 1874.
A Ri.i nr. rxrvTivk or uIloxnsTV" in a
Rev. Dr. Webster, who is well known in
Charleston as the former pastor ofConten
ury Chapel and president ofClaflin Univer
sity, coiit ribiUCS the following to the editor
ial columns of the Orangebiirg Free t'tiiz-n.
As Major Dclany's nomination for Lieuten
ant-Governor by the Hollers is said to have
been based upon his integrity of character
as well as color, this chapter will be a sad
revelation to a good many well-meaning
pcri-'.ns, including the gal'ant and Godfcar
?* lng ICTrT-IiTrtvTind "his honest "followers:
[From the Orangcburg Free Citizen Oct. 10."]
Some three years since as we wore
t-ave-ing on the Charleston District as
presiding Elder the eoloted people on
John's Island were making a great etfort to
build them a church, which was to be an
improvement on their log church known as
ibc "John Wesley Church." All of I heir
scanty earnings thev could securo for the
object, by their frequent collections for the
purpose, were deposited with a trustworthy
treasurer. Hut it so happened that the
T-caMirer died, ami Maj. M. It, Dclany was
ca.li ? toaei as one of the appraiser* of bis
property, lie found among other things
left by I be deceased, an envelope, carefully
marked "Church money," which contained
$'200. The Major appeared very anxious to
have the money saved, and gained the con
sent of t he woman in charge of tho preinis es
to let him have it fur safe keeping, giving
lo her bis receipt for the same. Soon aflor
Ihe TruMces of the church called to1- their
money, and (he woman told them that the
M'\jor had carried it away, and gays them
the receipt. They hastened to Charleston
to got their funds. Rut they were told by
the Major it was in the Bank: but they
were none the richer for this, as he gave
ihcm no means to get it. The trustee* tried
for a year to get their money, but to no
purpose. He claimed finally to have invested
iu county orders and could not get it for
them. As we subsequently attended a
quarterly meeting at this church the re
cuipi was banded us, that if possible we
might aid ihem in getting their money: and
we passed it over to Hon. J. R. Campbell, a
?eil known lawyer of Charleston, for collec
tion. He wrote a kind, gentlemanly letter
so tin" Major asking his n.tent:ou to ii, but
Oi he got nothing in return but Ion 1 talk
and worthless promises from the Major, of
which be has always a surplus, he sued for
i .- collodion, but without being able lo get
hold of any security for the debt.
Two years after this money was taken by
the Major we Mound t his church on John's
Is'and whorshiping in a new church bui Ill
ing, but hadh mbarrassed by debt. We
went again lo the Major to make a personal
appeal, and plead for this diilForing society
struggling under their difficulties?'o ask
or justice, not for mercy or charity. He
said be ought to pay it, ami aske 1 us l> i o
with Iii in to the clerk of court In Charles
ton. lie then requested the clerk to turn
over to our order $220 of a judgment in his
favor against the County of Cluirh'&'.oii,
which record we suppose was daly made.
Hut on calling upon the County Tre. Si.rir
he in lor med us that judgments I nd been
obtained nga list the Major that won d ? u
ti/ely cover his claim against th<* county
and would leave no margin for our poor
church. We then wrote tho Major as our
last resort, in Jims last, that if ho did not
scttlo the matter with our attorneys, Cump -
bell ami Whaley, wo should publish tho
facts involved in the caso. He wont finally
j and made another promise to pay, but no
guarantee, ami at last accounts he had
muilo no payment. Tlio Major has no cx>
cusc for thus deli born tely dol i au<Ln j a
poor colored church, as he had no business
with tho money lo keen *>r spvnd. If lie
ever designed or wished to pay it, he baa
had ample means as well as an ample ?ppo;'-"
t'unity. After the last State olection Gover
nor Moses paid him at one time the ?Um of
one thousand dollars for the noise he made
to .secure the Governor's election! In ad
dition to this, the Major has had a posittou
in the Custom House, on a good salary, by
which long before this he could have re
turned to this church the scanty savings
they bad gathered to build a house in which
to worship God.
The Hau?! ot JEwau.
It having been publicly charged by At
torney-General Mellon, aud others, during
the progress,of the present campaign, that
Senator Dunn, who is the foster-parent of
the G:een and Del.mcy movement, was in
favor of the payment of tho conversion
bonds and Blue Jlidge scrip, twin frauds
upon the Stato, that gentleman took occa
sion recently to deny it iu a way far more
emphatic than it was convincing to an un
prejudiced mind. His disclaimer has call
ed forth letters from Mr. Hardy Solomon,
the President of tho State Depositor/, and
Treasurer Cardoso; the latter of which lire
annex. As Mr. Solomon's communication
corroborates the Statements of Mr. Cardozo
r is'not necessary to publish it. To these
Statement we direct careful attention as
they are exceedingly significant. Were
Mr. Dunn simply a Senator, the publie
would care very little vh.it he thought of
ihe bond and scrip swindles, but as the
earnest kdvojato of both, uul, at the same
time, of a ticket representing which be unc
tous!y call "honest government" it. is worth
wlrlc, wc think, wc think, fir our Dc tio
craiic friends to en pure, wheth :r t'i ?y <: in
it il'o-tl to support nominations dictated to
them by him. The voice of Mr. Dunn call
ing for honest government in South t'irjli
na intiy be the "voice of Jacob," but the
band of Mr. Dunn feeling its way do wn in
to the vaults of the treasury is uudoubtcd
the "hand of Baa u."
I.EVrr.R HF HON. l\ I.. CAU'tDZO.
Con;>'ui.\, S. C., October 8, 1874.
Ifon. Samuel If. MrUun, Atlorney-General
Sir.?In reply to yours of this dato, re
questing a written statement of tho conver
sation we held on the letters and report of
Senator T. (\ Dunn, I have the honor to
slate, that in the month of June last Mr.
Dunn made a report tome of what he con
sidered irregularities in the iseia of sovera 1
classes of the bo-ids authorized to bo fund ad
by the general assembly l ist winter:
1 learnt from you, and aftorwtrl.t from
himself, that hdjhad written yon ropietfin^
you to enjoin ntc ntiorestrain t!?o excel.ti?a
OtLtlloJulVk? ? ? ???*?- ? im"
The irregnbiriiies alleged are these. That
the bonds referred lo were authorized lo
be sold within twenty-four months after J the
passage of (he acts, and the he discovered
that the parties to whom the bon Is were hy
pothecated so'd theni after iho expiration
of the twenty four month", notwithstanding
the hypothecation look place beforo that
period; and tho State had received tho mon
ey authorized to he raisod thereon.
This struck mo as a very trifling reason
for so grave a step, and that at hns? so.ch
I an objection would be regarded as merely
I technical; and i.towing Senator Dunn quite
well from a close and careful observation
of his'character for the last two years in
the Senote, and'especially his conduct in
advocating the payment of the Blue Itidge
scrip last winter when he tried to revive
the subject even after the Legislature had
emphatically refused to pay it, 1 immedi
ately concluded that the allogjl reason was
a mere pretext, and that Senator Dunn ha 1
some ulterior object in view. If therefore,
set myself to work to find it out.
In conversing with Senator Dunn ouo
I day in my oilice, 1 asked what was his real
object in trying to prevent the execution of
the funding act. which I thought so benefi
cial lo the State. He said mho wished the
execution of the act delayed until, by sup
plemcu.iil legislation next winter, Iu "co i'd
gel the "conversion bonds" ?nnd iho "Bluo
Uidgo scrip" included iu the scitloinon.
In fun her conversation with Senator
Dunn. I inferred tha! this method was pur
sued to compel me lo withdraw my oppssi
tion lo these two swindles.
This conversation J afterwards communi
cated to you. and authorized you to make
whatever use of it you thought proper
Very respee'.fu"y; .fee,
F. I.. Cakooxo, Trcasuror S. C.
"Meeting in "Lexington.
A meeting was called by ihc'.alhlo execu
tive committee at Lexington ('. Il.yester
di y, at which the Hon. J. J. Patterson,
United Slates senator, Colohol Partncle, C.
VY. Ittittx, Esq., J. Mc. Stewart, Esq., and
Hon. F. L. Cnrdoro were present ami spoke.
There were about 250 persons present, com
posed of flic leading men ftotn the various
precincts. Messrs. VY. J. McKinly, J. N.
Freeman, Jr., und J. A. Davis, supporters
of Judge Green and Major Deliney, wore
also present. They wore invite 1 Id partici
pate in the meeting, ami a lively and inter
esting joint discussion was held, iu Which
the Green men were completely aim hilated.
There w ere not a half dozen supporters of
Green nnd Delany iu tlie meeting. Tho
following resolutions tiro an epltoino of the
Resolved, That although the supporters of
Judge Green havo treated.tho Hop. D. II.
Chamberlain and his friends with injustice,
and unfairness in tho counties of Charles
ton, Buniler ami Georgetown, wo invito
them to participate in this meeting, and
will divide the time with thotn equally.
Resolved) That after hearing tho argu
ments of' Messrs. T. A. Davis, John M,
Freeman, Jr., and William J. MoKinlay, of
Charfojlon county, iu favor of Green and
DeloUey, ahd the arguments of Col. Funnel e,
T. MoC. Stewart and Col. J. J. Pattcrsott
on behalf of Chamberlain and Olcaves, we
pledge' the support, of tho republicans of
Lexington county to the eleotioa of Hon. D.
H. Chamberlain and Hon. R. H. Gleaves
for governor unnd lieutenant -governor, and
(Ion. C. \v. JJ.uttxforcongrpss,
A paper containing many fino points
?a paper of ne'tfedjcfl. j f ( ) y
WILL BEGIN ON
Tuesday Nov. 3d 12 A. M".
AND CONTINUE TILL
Friday, No v. 6th 5 P. M.
ADMISSION 50 cents each Uay.f
Children under 12 yearsjhalf price.
Exhibitor's Tickets whole Fair $1.
TOURNAMENT 2d Day.
BASE BALL 3d Day. ?
DISTRIBUTION of PREMIUMS 4th
ANNUAfi ADDRESS ?D DAT
MAJOR T. W. WOODWARD,
President of the
STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.
Persorta wishing to ENTER ST OCR^ wil
aid tho Directors by applying to the Secre
tary and selecting their Stalls or Pens.
ARRANGEMENTS mite bcen'made with
the South Carolina Railroad, for the Trans
position of Ar.iclei and An'..o.ils for Ex
hibition for ONE CHARGE of Freight.
Tailors will get EXCURSION TICKETS
for the Wee!:.
Fu'l brass BAND in attendance.
For further particulars, see Pamphlet,
which can be obtained of ^m\\W
? KIRK ROBINSON, * 'X.
ScriQto.-)/ and Trtaxnrer.
Or to either of tho
Du. W. F. BARTON,
L. R. F. ECK WIT II.
LV.t. P. II. W. BRI?CTMANN,
J. G. WANNAMAKER,
M. J. KELLER,
O. B. R1LEY.
sept 17 l^T^- 8k
OFFICE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
OnANOsnrno S. C. Oct. 10th 1874.
Notice is hereby given that the innuil
tncetinj of the Board of County Commiss
ioners will meet at their office on the second
Thursday of November, 1874, nt which timo
(he claims against tho County will be
All persons aro boreby notified to hand in
their claims to the Clerk of said Board on
or before the second Thursday of November
1H74, otherwise said claims will not bn
Audited at said Annual meeting.
By Order of tho Board,
e. r. smoake;
oct. 17 1874 ?t
Land for Sale. -
A BAIteT-AIN.?About 1000 acres of
LANftj-in Middle Township, woll settled.
Gin iTtuiso with Gin and Grist Mill. Black
smith Shop und Tools, in one parcel at
at $3.-5 per ucrc. Terras easy.
Farm on Obi Orangeburg Rond, 7 mllet
from town?li?O acres. Price $1676. ? WeH
settled. Terms easy.
One Store and Lot in Orangcburg.
One Building Lot on Russell Street.
AUG. B. KNOWLT?lt,
Attorney at Lur,
sept 17?tf Orangcburg, 3. C.
_. ; I_' ?" v';-.
By virtue of Sundry Executions to mo dU
rccted, I will sell to tho highest beider? at
Orangcburg C. H., on the FIRST MON
DAY in November next, FOR CASU? al"
tho Right. Titlo and Interest of tho Defend
ant t- in tho following Property, vix:
All tho tract of land containingJ00 ac/r?
more or less, iu Orangcburg County, bouad
ed by lauds' of L. P. Collier. Estate or
Fed. Fcldornhd J. J. Stroman. "Levied m.
as tho property of A. M. Snoll at tho sail Of
Sheriffs Office, ) E. i. cai^Y
Orangcburg C. H. S. C, \ ?. o. C.
Oct. 17th, 1874. J .