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?SSJJJEU KVKHY 8ATUMHAY M?ltNlNO IIY TIIK
OKAkoKIIUWI kkws COMl'AKV.
?KU. MihiVEK; UnkiiicsB* .MmuTgTi"
fpa)'" We nru in no way responsible for
(lie viewn or opinions of our CorrcHiiund
?SATUH1MY, Mar. ||. ih7G.
Governor Chamberlain has gone to
I lie rescue of Mackcy.
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The trial of Judge "Montgomery
? ?-: is now going on before the
?i ' "Let no guilty man escape."
>; thought, thai the Attorney
i ! of the United Slates will ho
:t.jhc<I for high crimes and mis
demeanors. Verily the times betoken
a change in the sphit of out dream.
Martin It. Dclaney has been sen
tenced to twelve months in the State
Penitentiary lor grand larceny. And
yet Gov. Chamberlain retains him as
Trial Justice for Charleston County.
0 ! consistency, &c.
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The Governor has signed the appro
priation bill. It is an infernally op
pressive levy, and wc arc surprised
that it did not meet the veto ol our
reform Governor. God grant that
poor old South Carolina may have a
better government after this year of
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The biggest burlesque now going
the rounds of the State press is the
call for the Democratic Stale Con
vention, signed by F. W. Dawson.
To judge from all wc hear from
Columbia, one would naturally look
for that name at the bottom of a
llcpublicnn call, but never, no never,
at the talc of a call from the Simon
Here is what Robert Purvis, one of
the leading colored men of the North,
says of our turkey fed State Treasu
rer: "1 regard him as being of so lit
tle importance that he is scarcely
worthy of notice. From reports it
woidd appear that he has .mule so
much haste lo be rich as to create the
the apprehension that the ends em
ployed were not always commendable.
1 am satisfied that he menus to do all
he can in endeavoring to discomfit the
Another high official has come to
grief. Secretary of War, Bclknnp, an
officer that every one thought was al
most too pure for tho atmosphere of |
Washington, has been impeached for
selling post trndcrships. Altogether,
the affair is an ugly one for the Presi
dent, and may lead to disclosures far
reaching in their magnitude. The!
grand jury will indict Bclknnp for
his mischief. But wouldn't the same
thing that has befallen the late Secre
tary of "War, bring to grief some of ti c
saints who hold high oflicc in Colum
bia, if, by the Grace of God, a deter,
mined House could get behind them ?
Several of the Georgia newspapers
arc discussing the "ethics of journal
ism,'* brought about by the Atlanta
Constitution receiving five thousand
dollars for advocating tho lease of the
Georgia Stnfe road by the legislature
of 1871, out of which grew some of
the most shameful frauds of the day.
There arc different opinions on the
subject. *\Yc would like to hear a
discussion of this subject by some of |
our own papers, those that'did such a
large business in printing the laws at
so much a line.?Abbeville Medium.
YVc move, if wc can get a second,
that the N??m ('airier and the
Darlington Southerner be elected lo
open llic discussion. Arc you ready
for the question, gentlemen of ".the
fourth estate ?
You Dare "Wot!
The Democracy dare not go before
tlio country with the declaration that
they will not accept reform at Repub
lican bauds.?Ncic* and Courier.
That means that tho News and
Courier docs not , intend to fight
against the success of t he Republican
party, provided the coming Stale Con
vention nominates r ticket acceptable
to it. Y/e thought our contemporary
would simmer down to its rightful
stains after a while. That is a s inert
paper which holds dominion over
Brond Street, and will be of incalcu
lable help to those iu the Republican
party whose influence is on the wane.
To sum up, the N'.ic* and Courier
means this: The government which
the present Republicanism of South
Carolina gives to the people is emi
nently in accord with the views of* our
metropolitan editors. AH of their
interviews with the Governor have
been completely satisfactory, but those
with tho Treasurer hnvc been satisfac->
torier. Hence itjs not to be expected
that this Charleston Light will turn
its rays from fatness to poverty.
The members of the House of Rep
resentatives have got impeachment on
the brain, and appear determined to
bring the wool before they stop. This
time it is the figity Tliomas. Jeilersou
Mackcy they are ou trial of, and as
the most ?f our Columbia Solons are
said to be blest with iirst-ratc olfacto
ry organs, it is highly probable that
the Ku-Klux Judge will be treed, if
he docs not elude his pursuers by one
of his many rascally dodges. Ho is
a wily devil, and if not watched will
play the House a trick, and evade the
penalty of his crime. With a good
many resources at band in Columbia,
be will bring lo bear strong influences
to shield him from punishment. He
is mixed up with those who were in
terested in the escape of Parker, and
will no doubt receive their assistance
in his attempt lo stave off articles of
impeachment. There is no disguising
the fact that he has a nasty as well as
an unscrupulous tongue, and ho will
tell those who procured the release of
the ex-Treasurer through him, that if
they do not save his (MuckeyVj name
from the raven clutches of our law
makers, he will come out and make
known the influences that were
brought to bear to induce him to let
Parker go. P>y this means he will
hope to make a successful light
against his accusers. So it behooves
the members of the Legislature lo be
watchful, quick and determined.
They have not got a Montgomery
Moses to deal with. Nor will they
lind Maekcj' opposed by sonic of the
influences that are at work to crush
out the Moses family. It is said that
the charges against this judicial
demagogue are over one hundred,
embracing every crime iu the
catalogue, from judienl murder to the
packing of a jury. If lie is guilty, let
him bo impeached and retired to
private life; or at least from a posi
tion which ho has disgraced by bis
arbitrary ruling.*, ami un'awful prac
tices. We never had any faith in the
Juan. Whtn i" cott was in office, he
was his confidential adviser, and the
columniator of every other Northern
man in the Slate; when Moses assum
ed the gubcrnatonial reigns, he gave
his first patron the cold shoulder and
/shifted his Columbia head quarters to
'thoPreston mansion; and latterly, ho
has been playing a kind of B 33 well
like role to the present Executive.
This should bo proof conclusive
that ho is lor Msickoy and for Mackcy
alone. If hebe guilty, let hini suffer.
If not, let him go Parker-free.
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No More R^we's Pomp.
rowesville, S. C.
M-.irch, 4th, 187G.
At a meeting of the voters in the
town of Rowcsvillc.hcld at the Depot
on this day, Mr. J. P- Sain called
the meeting to order, and nominated
Mr. W. C. Rives for chairman, who
was elected. Mr. W. L. Wolfe was
The chairman s'.ated the object of
the meeting to be the selection of
managers to hold the election for In
tendent and Wardens of the town of
RowcsviHe for the ensuing year, and
after reading the Act of incoropera
tion, announced that the nomination
of managers was in order.
Mr. J. P. Sain moved that a com
mittee of three he appointed by the
chairman to nominate the managers,
adopted. The chairman appointed
ou the committee, Messrs , J. P. Sain,
W. P. Dukes and T. O. Dukes.
The committe returned and repor
ted the following nominations:
Messrs J. P. Sain, li. A. Summers and
Jacob Jones. The meeting unani
mously adopted the report of the com
mittee, and elected the said gentle
men as managers.
Upon motion it was resolved that
all voters of the town shall sign the
minutts of the meeting, thereby
agreeing to be bound by the notion of
Upon motion, it was resolved that
the proceedings of the meeting bo pub
lished in the Orangeburg News and
After signing the following, the
W. C. Rives, Chairman.
W. L. WOLFE, Secretary.
We tho undersigned, votors in the
town of Rowcsvillc, bind ourjclves lo
bo governed by the action of the
meeting held on March the 4th 187G,
relative to appointing and selecting
the managers of the first election to
bo held on tho third Monday in
March 187G, under tho act of the
Iucoroparation of the town ?l* Howes
H. B. Rives, ,1. P. Sain, Abrain
Goodun, John J. Wolfe, June Isaac,
Jas. Shular, Kmnnuel Stilenger,
Gilbert Flood, Jacob Jones, T. C.
Du Ices, James Fair, John Stalcy, W.
P. Dukes, March Stokes, William
Mack, RainMi, W. L. Wolfe, B. A.
Summers, M. Waifs, W. C. Rives, J.
II. Williamson, W. O. Livingston, J.
(1^5 TO #20 DAY AT
Home. Sample* worth SI free. Stuison
,t Co., Portland, Main?.
8KXI> 25c to G. I*. HOWKLl.&CO.,
New York, for 1'nmphlci of 100 pagan,
containing lists of 3000 newspapers, and and
estimates showing cbsi of advertising.
1-5 a tiny at home. Agents wauled.
fD Outfit and terms free. TRUE & CO.,
mar 11 1870 ly
CO Al l NO-I will have on Wednes
day next, sixteen of thu finest
HOUSES ever offered for Sale in this
market. Also tenor twelve No. 1. MULES.
Now is the time for buyers to give me a
call, Terms moderate.
EpWARED F. SLATER,
mar 11 tf
f^.OKK A STRAY?A small Pbrr
\~Ji rel .Mare Mule, 5pi ? years old, rub
bed on each thigh, and fra'eli side by trace
chains, has been missing since the 5th of
March?.any information leading to its
recovery will he liberally rewarded.
ES \ I? PA CLIN,
mar 11 Im
Uf;TION. SALTC-Mn?. Julia
\\ in berg lately j from Charleston oilers
lo the public the most beautiful articles of
Fashion, to be sohl on Tuesday, March the
Mlh, at 10 o'clock a. m., at Mrs. Oliveros'
Thanking you for the pas> patronage.
Ladies and Gentlemen are Respectful! v
Requested to" attend the CLOSING SALE.
mar 11 It
N 0 TIG E
petk0s COUXCIIi No. 11. It.'. S.\ M".
A Convocation of this Council will be
held at Masonic II ill Thursday March
1 CSila 1875, at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of
Electing Officer*. A full attendance is
T.'i L1. G.\ M.'.
GEO. W. IIHUNSON, Recorder,
mar 11 It
Received, Charleston February 17th 1370,
of Mr. Louis Tlierfesee, Genend Agent oi*
the Security Life Insurance and Annuity
Company of New York, Five Thousand
Dollars in full for nil claims under Policy
S1S057, .on life of my late husband Jas.
T. A Id rich.
[Signed] ISAI1EL C. ALDRICH
mar 11 It
A FLORAL FAIR'
07 ANGEBl'RG A jRICILTURAL AID
Will be held at Orangeburg in the Build
ing May the Olli 1S70, nt which time
Premihius will be awarded to successful
competitors as follows :
For the largest and best collection of
tireen House Plants by otic person.
For the second best collection of the
For the best collection of Zonale Geran
For the best collection of Pelargoruims.
For tho best col lection of Roses (cut
For the best collection of Asters.
For the best collection ofFneliias.
For the best collection of AZaleas.
For the best collection of-Pansics.
For the best collection of Native Wild
For the best collection of Vegetables, by
For the second best collection of the
Premiumns will not be awarded unlcis
there be a fair competition.
For further particulars apply to
mar 11 2m
JUST FROtf NEW YORK.
ARTHUR II. LEWLV
DERMATOLIGIST AND PRACTICAL
If you wuntu good und easy Shave or an
Artistic Hair Cut or a delightful Shampoo,
ARTHUR II. liEWIN'S
Hair Cutting Rooms, No. 3 Law Hange
opposite Court House Stpiare.
?M?T Special atlention paid to Children
iiair Cutting. Extra liouiim for L.idic.?.
j sept 4 1875 ly
OFFICIO OF SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
OkaKUICUURU, S. C, March 10th 187G. |
Nonce irf hcrchy given, there will he held
at the office of the .School Commissioner oh
the 27th of March 1870, Competitive Exami
nations of all persons who desire to apply
for admission as pupils in the State Nor
mnl .School, this County is entitled to five
Scholarship;), which inahlcs tho pupil to
receive ?U0 per annum from the Slate.
THO AS PHILLIPS,
County School Coin, of Orangeburg County
mar 11 2t
IN All) OF THE OltANGKBURG
The powerful Stereoptieou belong
ing to the Young Mens Christian Aid
Society of the Wentworth Street
Luthcnn Church, Charleston, S. C,
will be at the Fair Building Orange
burg, S. C, on the evening of the
2(Jlh and 21st of March and will ex
hibit magnificent historic, artistic and
Ateong the portfolios of splendid
sccnas will be views of Jerusalem and
the Holy Land, England, Rome,
Fiance and Germany. Splendid
Statuary, &c; &c. etc.
Children. 25 "
Keserved, Seats,. GO "
Tickets can be had of any of t'ie
DOORS Open at 7 o'clock, Exhi
bition to Commence at 8 Jo'clock.
J. H. WAHLERS,
W. T. M?LLER,
mar 11 2
Xol ice of J^irsinissal.
Notice is hereby given thai I shall one
month from date Jile account with the Hon
orable Judge of Probate for Orangeburg
Coilllty, and ask for letters of Dismissal as
Administratrix of the Estate of J. Morgan
MARY I KICK,
mar 11 4t
THF STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Rv Aua; lb Kxowt.tos, Esqciiik, J. P.
Whereas, Thomas lb Keller hath made
suit lo me, to grant bim Leiters of Admin
ist ration of (he Kstiilc ami ellccls 11 Wil
liam Keller late of said County deceased.
Theses are therefore locile and admonish
all ami singular ihe kindred and Creditors
of the said William Ivcllwr, dre'd, that
they be and appear, before me, in the I'nnr:
of I'robate, to beheld at Oraiigebueg, (.'. IL,
on March 2"ih next, after publicitibn
hereof, at 1 I o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, why the said
Administration should not he granted.
(Siveii under my Hand, this 11th day of
March Anno Dniiiiiii 1 ST<>.
ATtt. Ii. KNOWLTON,
[L..S1 Judge of Probate, t). C.
mar 11 187d 2t
Encourage Home People
MOM E ENTERPRISE
OhiU-lo^ioii, S. C.
DOORS, SASH & BLINDS
The only POOH. SASH and BLIND
Factory owned andmanagod by a Carolin
ian in this City. All work guaranteed.
Alwavs on band a lagc Stock of DOORS,
HASH, ' BLINDS, MOULDINGS, Scroll
and Turned Work of every description.
Ulass, White Leads, and Rudders' Hard
ware, Dressed Lumber and Flooring
delivered in any part of thin Stale.
jan 22 ly
Notice of I^issolvition
The limited Partnership entered into on
the Thirteenth day of October, A. I). 1875,
by Jo:tb V. Moscley, as general Partner
and Sara eh E. Tol in, ns special Partner,
trading under the firm name of Jonb W.
Moscley. Tho certificate whereof is record
ed in the office of the Register of Mesne
Conveyance for Orangeburg County afore
said in Rook No. 11, pages-15, 452, 453, ban
been this day dissolved by mutural content
and notice of this dissolution has been duly
filed and recordcil in tho said office.
Orangeburg, S. C, Feb. 18th 1876.
J. W. MOSELEY,
SARAH E. TOR1N,
feb 19 3m
ENTERPRISE CLUB SALOON,
P. W. BULL & CO.
Having bought out this Establishment, we will keep constantly on hand
a full line of
Wines, LicjLYiors, Cigars rtxicl Tobacco.
To the rear of the Saloon, arc two excellent Billiard Table S
and "The 1)? VII Among the Tailors," which combined uHbids splendid
pastime. Order will be k< pt at this place, and the most Fastidious can
vi-^itrit without any danger of being insulted.
3?. W. BXJXjTj <& co.,
mar 1?ly . m Proprietors Club bnloon.
NEW SI^HIINTGr GOODS
m mm m ins
McCREERY, LOVE & CO.,
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
ALL IN NEED OF DRY GOo1b% HATS, CAPS, BOOTH AND SHOES
Will Hud unprecedented BARGAINS hi our House. Every department is being
filled up with the Cheapest and most desirable line of ?OODS over butor ofleccd in this
Standard Prints, Spring Styles, at ? cents per yard. 2,000 yltrds Corded Pique, ml
12], worth 25. "Dress Goods, Spring Styles?a full line?nt 12$ per yard.
Black Alpacas, Grenadines und Silks in great variety. Jeans, Tweeds, CoUonadea,
&c., for men and boys, at low prices. Domestics, of every des ription, cheaper than over.
Hosiery, Underwear, Laces, Embroideries, &c, at New York pricrcv Soaps and
Perfumeries, at manufacturers'cost.
Our Boot, Shoe and Hat Stuck is being fitted up with the cheapest and most desinfbls
line of goods ever before shown in Columbia. The Centennial Shoe, for men, is tho neat
est article ever worn. We spare neither money nor time to uiako our stock the cheapest
and most desirable to be found in the South, and we mean to g: ve our customers more
goods for thoir money than can be hud anywhere.
W<-' are receiving new goods every day, and customers are invited to call ofteB M
get bargains Samples sent when requested, ami all packages over S10 sent by Kxpreni
free of charge
Central I ry Goods Establishment of Columbia, S. C.
Mc?EEEUYi LOVE & CO,
C. D. KORTJOHN
Has just received a Large Supply of
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, &c.
Also Tin Ware, Wooden Ware,
Sugars, Coffee, Flour, Cigar*.'
In fact a supply of General Merchandise, including Stoves of alloizca
und any descriptions. All will be sold LONV DOWN for Cash.
Goods Shown aud delivered in Town FREE of charge. Call befor?
BUY THE BEST
Stono Soluble Guano and Acid Phosphate
Prices Reduced?Cash, Soluble Guano, $46. Time, payable Novomber
1st 854. Acid Phosphate, Cash, ?32. Payable 1st November 637.
C. ?. KORTJOHN.
LARGE ADDITIONS to our Stock
and invite inspection. Fresh Stock
of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Clothing.
&c. Our GROCERY Department is
Complete, and first class Goods and
LOW PRICES cannot be surpassed.
% E. TOI3IN & CO.,
It is said lias repented entirely of the i labberte* bis l\irty has commit
ted, especially those in which he
HAD A SHARE,
And means In stand forever hereafter as a penitent sinner. He believes
that if he had always drank as
As those kept at the Enterprise Saloon \c would hovo
been the equal of Geo. Washington. Feeling '?thusly" he will shortly lead
a Special Message to the Legislature announcing the fact that Fine Groce
ries, Tobaccos, Cigars, and a thousand other good things are to be hod
ONLY AT MY STORE.
Now, as it Is probable that when this fact is made known to the Colum
bia Solons, tl cy will immediately adjourn to my Store, I respectfully request
the Orangcburg Public to call at once and make purchases. Legislators
generally leave nothing behind them.
P. S.?My TIVOLI TABLE though private can be eeen
by Regular Customers.
J.C.FI K E,
VOSE'S OLD STAND,
Has OPENED, REFITTED and RESTOCKED this Large and Com
modious Store with the most
SELECT STOCK OF GOODS
EVER OFFERED HERE, comprised of
FRESH GROCERIES, HARDWARE.
WOOD WA RE. GLASSWARE.
CROCKERYWARE, CANNED GOODS.
Dry Goods, Hats, Boots and Show,
Which is offered at PRICES that will ASTONISH those that with to
SAVE MONEY these HARD TIM KS. A call will convince yon of the
above facts. _.w_
COUNTRY PRODUCE WANTED,
For which the HIGHEST MARKET PRICES will be paid.
B?T- Constantly on hand FERTILIZERS.
LUVffi for Building or Fertilizing P^T^?
stantly on hand, and for sale at Reasonable Rates.
jan 29 1876 Ij .