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_OKANOKimnO NEWS COMl'ANY._
OKU. BOLIVKK, Ihndness .Manager.
46y We are in lio way responsible lor
the views or opinions of our Correspond
Captain Dnwsou telegraphed oa
follows from Columbia, under dato
23rd ult., to his paper in relation to
the movement of the Democracy of
''The meeting of the Democratic
executive committee and the county
cha:rmen of the State today was
exceedingly harmonious. Twenty j
five counties were represented. !.'???
ports show that the organization of t he
Democracy is proceeding rapidly aiiil
thoroughly. It is evident that the
Democracy arc resolved to sustain j
cheerfully und vigorously tin policy I
to be adopted by the S'tjiie. Con vent ion;
but, wlioi ever i h" .. hitei huv<
majority, or leid ihnt 'li< \ ? ?
iti' the determination i* jo idii si rkij In
out local tickets There is :i llilli i
once of opinion as to ihc Slate linket,
with a preponderance id' feeling in
favor of straight-out nominations us
tho most certain way of bringing out
tho whole white vote."
The National Democratic com
mittee ha^c- resolved to continue its
headquarters at "Washington,: nd take
such steps us mny be necessary to
secure the organization of the several
Tho following is the oppcuing of
the address to the people:
"The National Democratic Com
mittee, to whom is delegated the
power of fixing the time and place of
holding the National Convention of
1876, have appointed Tuesday, the
27th day of June next, noon, as the
time, and selected St. Louis as the
place of holding such convention.
Each State will be entitled to one
representation, equal to double the
number of its Senators and Repre
sentatives in the Congress of the
United States; and the Territory of
Colorado, whose admission, in July,
as a State will give her vote in the
next electoral college is also invited
to send delegates to the convention.
Democratic, Conservative and other
citizens of the United States, irrespec
tive of past political associations,
desiring to co-opernte with the
Democratic party in its present efforts
and objects, are cordially invited to
join in sending delegates to the
How Do They Tally.
Columbia, S. C.
Feb. 23rd 1870.
Dr. IP. T. C. Bates, St. Matthew.*,
Dear Sir :
I have considered the matters pre
sented to me by the Committee of
citizens of whom you were chairman
respecting the alarming frequency of
the crimes of robbery, Inrglary and
theft in your vicinity. I am astonish
ed that such a state of affairs should
exist in tiny part ol the State, ami I
omit no action which w ill ;? ml \<-. g'm
protection to the people against such
I spec)aII)* commend the determi
nation of tlib citizens whom you ivpre
sent to put down these things by :.
determined nod vigil.vii application
of the law. i will a; ? nee pul such
agencies as are at my command in
motion lor your protection, and with
the prompt and efficient co-operation
of the citizens, I tun confident your
community can again be safe.
If any dereliction of duty on the
part of the officers of the law in your
vicinity shall occur, I wish you to
make it known to me at once, and if
you seo any aid which I can render
in addition to what I have already
arranged with you, please make it
known to me.
vi Very Respectfully,
Your obedient Servant,
1 D. II. ClIAMIlERLAIN,
Jiist as Mr. A. F. Browning bad
commenced to make good headway
against tho St. Matthews' thieves, a
notice comes of his removal by Gov.
Chamberlain. \Yhnt motivo could
have induced our delegation to thus
deprive an outraged community of an
officer of the law, just at the time
when his services wero most needed,
and when they were being heartily
employed on the side of good or,?er, |
must remain a matter of conjecture
We believo iL is wrong for tho people
to censure His Excellency for this net
until they fiml out whether or not he
(lid it of his own motion, und without
the request of the Orangehurg delega
Letter From Lewisville.
Lkwisville, S. C.
Editor Orangehurg Neica and Time*:
The mild and benutiful weather
liisi Saturday occasioned a great many
visitors to the town of Lewisville.
And more especially, and as an incen
tive to such a large gathering, was
the .'act that the meeting had ad
journed nv< r ironi tho preceding Sat
ur. iny lu hear tho report of the com
mitlec that had been appointed to
wnii upon and acquaint the Governor
ol the '-ni rages already reported.
i M . \V. T. C. Bates of the commit
tee roinl I he result of their labors,
which seemingly accorded with the
? - ?hose present, and was
i -old state just here, that
l i lb) received n letter from the
< iovornor, which was published in the
( 'hai'icston Ajiic* and (Jourier. It has
some signification and in my judgment
will have a tendency to arouse all
oflieers of that class to a more rigid
enforcement of the law, and a more
exemplary pcrformince o! the duties
to which tho Governor through the
people have reposed in them. Detec
tive J. J. Mitchell has been at work
under bis commission and has pretty
well detected some of the fiends of the
Shell robbery. A preliminary exami
nation will be had to-day before H. P.
Cooke, TrialJustiee of Lewisville.
Later in the afternoon of last Sat
urday a travelling political meeting
was organized with J. J. Mitchell as
The crowd, about two huudrcd in
number, marched through the prinri
ple streets, vocalizing sonic of the
modern national airs. Halting at
Mr. IJi Jacobson's store, thoy called
upon various gentlemen present to
address them, which was complied
with. Some of the speakers whird
away the lime allowed iu discussing
the merits of the county officials, and
advocating a great change iu tho en
suing election.' Occ.siowAi...
The Young Men's Christian Aid
Society of the Wetitworth Street Luth
ern church gave, a'ew evenings ago,
at the Freundschaft Bund 1 lull, in
this city, a stereoptic exhibition of the
eily ol Jerusalem and the land*of
Palestine, including many of the
places of most intense interest to the
Christian; such as the pools of Sil jam
and Bethesda, Mounts Olivet, Cal
vary, Hcrni* n, Carmcl, Sinai, and
others; the garden of Gethsemane, the
site of the Temple on which the mos
que of Omar now stands; the church
of the Holy Sepulchre, the Via
Doloroso; and various other historic
places iu the Holy Lund.
These were succeed cd by views of
I ho most noted public buildings in
Home, London, and Paris, such as
the Vatican. St. Peters, Westminster
Abbey, the town of London, Wind
sor Cn.-tlc, the ( hurch ol Notre Datnc,
?'v.. ?ic.i I (?gel her with ad mi ruble
counterfoil presentments of the most
noted statuta executed by tlic celc
l rated 'i hbiswaldcx, the great sculp
uir; am) also some scenes showing, as I
tlic lecturer felicitously termed them,
"tin itith licily ol domestic life."
The obje cts of* the Society nre be
nevolence and church purposes, in the
accomplishment of which we wish
them largo success.
We copy the above from the
Lutheran Visitor. We learn that a
similuv entertainment to the one
above described is in store for Orange
burg. The affair will bo for the
benefit of the Lutheran Church. Our
renders will be advised in a future
issue of the time and place it will
Tho Georgia Agricultural Com
Whenever wesee a sensible article,
published by a sensible man, we al
wayH wish our readers had tho pleas
ure of perusing it. And just so do
we feel now after carefully reading
the several circulars sent us by Dr.
James, the Agricultural Commisoner
of Georgia. If Georgia Farmers do
not profit by the labors of Dr. James
it will surely not bo his fault, for ho
is pointing out to them, in a way that
cannot be misunderstood, tho wants
of the i tale, and equally as plainly
l.o shows thorn how to supply thoso
wants. Iiis advice is just ns applica
ble to the farmers of South Carolina
as to Georgia, for our geographical
position is too nearly the same for
the general rules ot ngriculturo not
to apply equally well in both States.
The Doctor, after giving tho analy
ses of over one hundred commercial
fertilizers, tells a fearful tale about
the debit side of the balance sheet on
the subject of commercial manures
against the fnmers of Georgia. "Are
we prepared to sivy the same truths
could not be told of us in South Caro
lina? All of us buy fertilizers aud
e.ro compelled to lake rs truth the
published reports of interested par
tics as to their value as manures, and
seldom ask ourselves the question,
could we nofdo better? L,et us read
the following and see where Dir. J.
advises nn immense saving to the
farmers of Georgia, and take the
same advice to ourselves.
The average cash prico per ton of
the fertilizers sold in Georgia during
the .season of 1874?5, to be used
alone, is fifty-one dallars. There have
been forty-eight thousand six hundred
and forty-eight tons reported to this
Department as sold in Georgia dur
itig'thu season ending May 1st. This,
at fifty-one dollars per ton, gives an
cxpenditureln cash, or its equivalent,
of S2.481.048, in Georgia, for fertili
zers, or nearly two and half millions of
The best acid plio-.phntc con be
purchased at forty dollars per ton.
Using five hundred pounds of acid
phosphate to the ton, composted with
cotton seed and manure, it will be
necessary to purchase only one fourth
the commercial material to make the
same number of tons of fertilizers of
equal agricultural value. Ouly twelve
tbousnrd one hundred and sixty two
tons of acid phosphate would, there
fore, be icquircd to make all the ferti
lizers used in Georgia, which, at forty
dollars per ton, would involve an out
lay of only $480,480. instead of $2.
481,048! This would be a saving to
the farmers of Georgia of 1,994,568 in
the cost of fertilize* s for the present
crop! Add to this the freight which
would be saved on the thirty-six
thousand four hundred and eighty-six
tons, the purchase of which would
tliub be rendered uiutccccsarj,?|i"*'8?c
dollars per ton, (which is perhirps lees
than an average,) or SI 82,430, ami
we haVo a total amount saved to the
farmers ol the Slate, by the compost
ing system, of 82,170,098; or an
average of 810,883 to every county;
or more than fifty dollars 16 evert/
fanner in Georgia.
It is more than the aggregate 'ax.
able property of one hundred and two
of the one hundred and tlnrty-Tsevon
counties of the Stale!
It is more than twice the annual
State lax of Georgia.
It would pay the wbo'e debt of
Georgia ir. four years!
It is seven per cent, of the value of
the whole cotton crop ot Georgia.
Farmers, study well these figures.
If you will adopt these suggestions,
you will save enough in one year to
pay the present expenses of the State
Department of AgricuIturcrfor more
than our. hundred aud ffty years.?
The Partnership heretofore, existing
betwun the undersigned under the linn
nmre of WILLG'OCK & WOLFE is ihn
day dissolved by limitation.
T. L). WOLFF.
The undersigned will continue the gen
eral Store, Tin ware, anil House Furnishing
business, at the Did Stand. Repairing done
Having removed to the Store forme rly
occupied by I. P. Thompson, Jewellor, I
would inform my friends that I have mm
on hand a complete Stock of Dry Goods,
Groceries Ac, and solicit their patronage.
T. D. WOLFF.
mar 4 *t
OFFICE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
OnANOKitoiiG, S. C, February 23th 1870.
Sealed Proposals will be Received for the
Renting of the Boor I louse Farm near Mr.
I. R. Tucker's place about 1$ miles bciow
Orangeburg C. II., until the 15th day of
March 1870, for the present year.
Oy Order of Board.
Clerk of Co. Com'rs.
mar. 4 * 2t
TSTotice of X)isrnissa,l.
E.STATF OF FREDERICK W. JONES.
Notice is hereby given that one month
from thin date I will file may final account
as Administrator of said Estate and will
petition the Probate Court fora final dis
March 4th 1876.
JOHN E. JON KS,
mar 4 4t
In the District Court of the
DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In re James O. II. Chancy, bankrupt.
IPURSUANT to an order of the Hon.
Ueo. .S. Bryan U. S. District Judge,
the lien creditors of the said bankrupt are
hereby required to prove their claims be
fore me, the undersigned Register, on or be
fore the 17th day of March next, at my
office at Ncwberrv, ?S. O.
mar 4 2t .
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Soluble <?uano-(Available Bone
Phosphate of Lima 18-5*j per cent. Am*
moh i a 3-14 percent.) April 1st, $44, Nov.
1st, S50. Cotton Option, Middlings at 15
Acid I*llO?plmle?(Available Bone
Phosphate of Lime, 22-1S per cent.) April
1st, $28; Nov. 1st, S'M; Cotton option $45.
Special Eiates to Grangers on cash
For particulars apply to
-BO. C. WilliUUIS, Treasurer,
Charleston, S. C.
Or to C. ?. Knrtjohn, Orangeburg, S. C,
\V. 1'. Cain A Co., Lewisville, S. C, W. S.
Utsev, George's, S. C.
|an 22 1870 3m
CORN TO ARRIVE.
SOO Busheia of Prime Western
Corn in Sacks
and will be sohl low. Orders received
tor the same to be delivered at Depot
or from Store.
SU6A11S AND COFEES ?
, DOWN IN PIUCE
at Store of *
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
Next to (.'uni t House on Market St.
^ ST Ii A V.SA liE?The following
_j Cattle having beeil delivered to nie as
est ray, will he soil at Joseph Johnson's
place, Middle Township, at public outcry,
on tin; usual terms, on 20th day-of April
next. One Black, Brindlc Cow and Calf,
One Black Cow, One Red Heiler, Ono Red
Bull, Yearling. Said estrays can be seen at
Joseph Johnson's platte.
J. P. M; FOUR ES,
feh 26 2m
By virture of the power vested in me as
Executor of the last Will ami Testament of
Ann Berry deceased. I will for the pur
pose of paying the Debts and Liabilities of
the said Testatrix, sell at Orangelinrg, Gi
II., on the first Monday in March next, the
following Heal /'state of said deceased .'
All thai Homestead tract containing six
hundred acres, more or less, hniiudvd North,
by lands of It. E. Berry, East, by lands of
Dr. A. C. Whetstone, South, by lands of I
It. G. M. Berry and West, by lands of j
Terms?One third Cash, balance on a
credit of twelve months, secured l?v Bond of
purchaser, bearing interest from day of sale
and Mortgage of the premises.
I'urehasei to pay for papers and Record
Orangeburg. S. r-., Fchruarv l llli 1870.
JOHN P. BERRY,
Executor of the Will of Ann Berrv.
feh 2? 21
F?ft SALE- l will sell :<' public
outcry for cash on Monday 0th dav of
March 1870 next, in front of the Sheriff's
office, at Orangeburg, C. IL, S. C., a large
BAY HOUS.-; MULE.
A. J. HOGER,
feh 10 2t
aSTotico to Creditors.
All persons having demands against the
F state of W'm. 1/. Millender deceased, aac
requested to present the same dill v attested,
and all persons indebted to said Estate will
make payment to the undersigned, on or
before die*first dav of April next.
Orangeburg C. II., Feb. 19th 1876.
Administrator of said Estate.
Ich 10 'it
C. D. KORTJOHN
Has just received nLarge Supply of
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoai,
Hats, Caps, t&c.
Also Tin Ware, Wooden Ware,
Sugars, Coffee, Flour, Cigars.
In fact a sup ply of General Merchandise, including Stoves of allsizes
und any descriutions. All will bo sold LOW DOWN for Cash.
Goods Shown and delivered in Town FUEL of charge. Call before
BUY THE I1KST
Stojw Soluble Guano and Acid Phosphate
Prices Reduced?Cash, Soluble Guano, $46. Time, payablo Novomb
1st 854. Acid Phosphate, Cash, $32. Payable 1st November $37.
C. IX KOHTJOI-IIST. ?
P. W. BULL & CO.
Having bought out this Establishment, we will keep constantly on hand
a full line of
Wines, Liquors, Cigars arid. Tobacco.
To the rear of the Saloon, arc two excellent BiX?Sird 3Fa/S>le?*
and "The D* Y? Among the Tailors,5' which combined affords splendid
pastime. Oi'der will be k? pt at this place, and the most Fastidious can
visit it without any danger of being insulted.
J?. WY SIT .LT, & CO,
mar 4?ly Proprietors Club Saloon.
LARGE ADDITIONS to our Stock
and invite inspection. Fresh Stock
of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Clothing,
&c. Onr GROCERY Department is
Complete, and first class Goods and
LOW PRICES cannot be surpassed.
s. E. TQBIN & CO.,
Was rejoiced when be hcard'tbat Bahcuck, his Private Secretary, had
been acquitted of Complicity in the Whiskey Frauds, and immediately
Sent an Order to our Store
For a car load of Dry Gnoks, Boots, Shoes, Huts, Groceries, Canned
Ments, Oysters, Lobsters and Salmon; also
For Samples of Wines, Whiskies,
And twenty thousand of the Cigars with which wc have been furnishing
him lately. His object in making litis Largo Order proceeded from a desiro
on his part
To Treat the Jury
Who cleared his "Babhy." Wi: have, filled his Order, but have still a
Lar. e Supply of everything Good on bumi. Our Prices nro suit. d to the
time. Of course wc make Grunt pay well for what be gets, but to all decent
Sell "Low Down for CLsli!
AUo fur for sale .r>0 Tons of
B.ussel Coe's Ammomated Saperpnos
piiane oi' laime.
Put up in Bags or Bane's, ami Manufactured at LINDEN, UNION
COUNTY, NEW J KHS KY. Give us a call.
BUIGGMAM & RExMliMi
It is said has repented entirely of the Robberies his Party has commit*
fed, especially those in which bo
AD A SHARE,
And moans to stand forever hereafter as a penitent sinner. He believes
that if he had always drank as
As those kept at the Enterprise SalOOn ho would have
been the equal of Gco. Washington. Feeling ' thusly" he will shortly eend
a Special Message to the Legislature announcing the fact that Fine Groce
ries, Tobaccos, Cigars, and a thousand other good things are to be had
ONLY AT MY STORE.
Now, ns it is probable that when this fact is made known to the Colum
bia Selens, t! ey will immediately adjourn to my Store, I respectfully request
the Orangeburg Public to call at onco and make purchases. Legislators
generally leave nothing behind them.
P. S.--My TIVOIjI TABLK though private can bo seen
by Regular Customers.
J. C. P I K E,
VOSE'S OLD STAND,
Has OPENED, REFITTED and RESTOCKED this Large and Com
modious Storo with the most
SELECT STOCK OF GOODS
EVER OFFERED HERE, comprised of
FRESH GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
W??D.W? RE, GLASSWARE,
CROCKERY WARE, CANNED GOODS.
Dry Goods, Hate, Boots and Shoes,
Which is offered at PRICES that will ASTONISH those that niah to
SAVE MONEY these HARD TIM KS. A call will convince you of the
'country produce wanted,
For which the HIGHEST MARKET PRICES will ba paid.
SOT Constantly on hand FERTILIZERS.
LIjVEH. for TSuildiiie: or Eertilizinpr purposes, con
stantly on hand, and for sale at Reasonable Rates.
jan 29 1876 ly