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President CIeveland'3 veto machine
must be in excellent working order.
One day last week he. vetoed no less
than fifteen pension and other grab
bills. We bet on our Uncle Grover
every time when it comes to laying out
The Horry Progress says: "Gen.
Karllee of Marion is spoken of as a pro
bable candidate for Secretary of State.
We hope the General will be successful
in his candidacy." With all due re
spect to the General, we think he is too
old and should retire. These times de
mand young and active men.
Tillman and other leaders of the
farmer's movement are very despon
dent over the want of enthusiasm on
the part of the Orangeburg farmers in
organizing themselves into clubs, If
they knew the farmers of this county
as well as we do they would not be.
Our farmers are all Democrats and
they don't like the political trimmings
of the Tillman movement.
Twenty-seven postal clerks on
Western railroads who led in a move
ment to organize all the clerks to resign
simultaneously so'soon as one of their
number was discharged for causes be
lieved to be insufficient, have been fired
out by the post master general, giving
twenty-seven good Democrats a chance.
It seems the ringleaders were under
charges and were working to protect
The striking foolishness has been
resumed in Chicago and several hun
dreds of men are out because a railroad
company chose to employ and pay
eight men who do not belong to a un
ion. It would seem that the bloodshed,
suffering and failure of the last ill ad
vised movement of this kind would
have taught the working men sense.
Tjhere is discouragement in this evi
ffr^ence that it did not.
^Xb.-fEnE Rochester Democrat thinks
tlkit the President's way of "waiting
.. ufrttl'he*lM(rrisen to fame and fortune
' * before marriage" is not a good one. It
says: "The majority of men win fame
and fortune after they are married."
Our contemporary is mistaken. The
majority of men do not "win fame and
fortune" at all. They just live along
through their allotted time the best
way they can and die poor and^ un
known. The man who wins fame and
fortune is the rare exception?the one
in ten thousand or more.
Mr. Elaine and the obstreperous
Frye will hear with much disgust that
the fisheries question is about to be
quietly settled, and they will be very
angry to learn that Secretary Bayard is
entitled to the credit of bringing about
not only a peaceable solution, but one
satisfactory to the New England fisher
men. The negotiations conducted by
the State Department have resulted in
an intimation from Great Britain to
grant all the privileges which the
United States asks for. If Blaine had
been President or Secretory of State
ye should doubtless have had a fight
and gained nothing.
there are numbers of towns in Ver
mont where no Democratic vote was
ever cast. Lincoln belonged for years
to this class. But one year as they
were counting the vote the old citizens
who had charge of the ballot box were
amazed and horrified to discover in it a
Democratic ballot for governor. There
was a hasty consultation among the
judges, who were all staid and conser
vative men. Then one of them rose up
solemnly, and holding up the bb (lot to
sight, said impressively: "We have
found in the box a ballot for the Dem
ocratic candidate for governor. Did
anyone cast it?" There was no an
swer. "We thought it was a mistake,"
said the judge, and threw it on the
Republicanism and a certain kind
of professed Christianity go together
naturally and make an exceedingly ob
noxious combination. The latest deve
lopment in which the real man has got
the better of the outward seeming
saint has come out in Washington. A
Republican, and an alleged Christian,
was a Treasury clerk, and he was dis
charged l?y his immediate superoior.
Whereupon the pastor of the ostensible
church, himself also an alleged Chris
tian, refused to pray for the President.
The incident is interesting as illustra
tive of the pi'rc impudence of these
politico-Christians. The creature who
presides over this Washington church
evidently thinks that the Almighty
will forget t<> bless the President if he
does not call his attention to the head
Of the government. Republican pas
tors will learn belter in the next world,
Served Hltn Right.
The News and Courier says there are
certain Republican Senators who can
not discuss political questions without
attempting to revive sectional issues.
Senator Plumb, of Kansas, tried it in
the Fitz John Porter case last Thursday
and in consequence received a stinging
and merited rebuke from Senator But
lar. The opponents of Porter were
aware that they could not prevent the
passage of the bill, so Senators Logan,
Teller and Plumb vied with each other
in saying the most disagreeable and ex
asperating things about Porter and
those in favor of the bill. It was while
Plumb was arraigning Southern Sena
tors for voting in favor of Porter that
Senator Butler interrupted him. The
South Carolina Senator said that he had
sat quietly and listened to aspersions
heaped upon the character of Senators
for voting their honest convictions
until forbearance ceased to be a virtue.
It was observed that the speaker was
laboring under intense excitement and
meant just what he said. He denounc
ed Senator Plumb's insinuations that
Southern Democrats voted for Porter
not to vindicate his devotion to the
Union, but as a reward for his treach
ery, as cowardly and unmanly, and de
clared he would not hear them repeated
in any other forum without holding
the person who uttered them personal
ly responsible. Senator Butler's indig
nation knew no bounds, and he created
quite a sensation as he advanced to
ward Senator Plumb and shook his fist
at him threateningly. Senator Plumb
realized that he had gone too far, and
after remarking in an excited manner
that he had heard of that kind of talk
before, proceeded with his speech. The
thread of ais argument was, however,
gone. So, after rambling along and
threshing ovjr the same straw, he gaA-e
"way to Senator Blair, of Xew Hamp
shire. It was admitted on all sides
that Senator Sutler's denunciation of
Senator Plumb was one of the most
thrilling scenes ever witnessed in the
Senate, and his Democratic associates
commended him warmly.
Civil War in Dakota.
Dakota has had the misfortune to
become the temporary abiding place of
Hugh J. Campbell, who learned poli
tics in the school of the Louisiana car
pet-baggers. He is the leader of the
movement that aims at having South
Dakota secede from the remainder of
the Territory and form itself into a
State. A paper State of this sort al
ready exist, and has put in its claim to
representation in the United States
Senate. The organization was author
ized by no act of Congress, and there is
not the slightest prospect that it will
receive the recognition of that body,
and yet late reports indicate that Camp
bell and his fellow adventurers propose
attempting to set it up by violence,
with the full knowledge that their
efiort will be resisted by the territorial
authorities and result in civil war.
Campbell has had himself made major
general of the militia of the so-called
State, and is said to be actively drilling
a considerable force of men. This in
sane movement gives a good illustra
tion of the desperate recklessness and
lawless disposition of the people who
were thrust on the South as rulers dur
ing the reconstruction era. If Camp
bell really intends to have a light it is
to be hoped that he will gather as
many as possible of his fellow carpet
baggers around|him. They have never
been punished yet, and a cousiderable
amount of delayed justice would be
done if the crowd will engage in a
little rebellion in Dakota.
Gov. Thompson Resigns.
William E. Smith, Assistant Secreta
ry of the Treasury, has tendered his
resignation to President Cleveland, to
take effect to-day, in order to accept the
position of solicitor for the St. Paid,
Minneapolis and Manitoba Railroad,
with headquarters at St. Paul, Minne
sota. The President has selected a;!
his successor Hon. Hugh S. Thompson,
Governor of South Carolina, and sent
his nomination to the Senate yesterday.
Covernor Thompson is a man of ability,
and is in entire accord with the Presi
dent's policy on all public questions.
He has been prominently identified
with the educational interest of our
State, and is now serving out his second
term as Governor. He will resign
that office, and expects to be able to
assume the duties of his new office as
soon as he shall have been confirmed.
Gov. Thompson's resignation makes
Lieutenant Governor Shepherd Gover
nor, and Gen. Jas. F. lzlar Lieutenant
Governor. The position tendered Gov
ernor Thompson is an important one,
and we think he is perfectly right in
The following from the Georgetown
Enquirer has our hearty endorsement:
"We were treated in the Sunday News
to two Jenkinsonian accounts of balls
?one at Spartanburg undone atLau
rens. The costumes of the bells are
described with nauseating minuteness.
Every cross-road town in the State, at
which a country dance to the tune of a
wheezy fiddle is held, feels constrained
to rush into print and parade in the
columns of our metropolition contem
porary the color, quantity und quality
of the dresses worn by the ''charming
and beautiful" dancers. When will
this wave of vulgar itnd apish ostenta
tion subside und leave us in our oid
tiine dignity and simplicity V"
During n game'of ball at Jonesville.
Union, between two colored clubs, a
difficulty arose between B. Rice and S.
Palmer," in which Rice struck Palmer
in the back of the head with a bat,
from which he died.
President Cleveland's salary per
month is $4,166.66, which he 'draws
regularly the last.of every month. The
President's Buffalo friends say he
was worth between $50,000 and 875,000
when he was elected.
A negro from Atlanta, claiming to
he a doctor, is now practicing medi
cine about Laurens. Many of his pa
tients have not survived his treatment,
lie examines his patients in the palm
of their hands for all diseases.
Governor Alger of Michigan is ac
cused by his enemies of seeking to
further his political prospects by giving
"presents to hundreds of pretty girl
gradutes. But although the pretty
girl graduates can do almost anything
else, they can't vote as yet.
Ex-Mayor Dabesoss, of Long-Island
City, has been released from the Queen's
county jail after three years' imprison
ment by the New York law nutting
an end to imprisonment for debt. He
was confined under a judgment for
over one hundred thousand dollars.
A check for the full amount of his J
expenses at Deer Park was on Tuesday
sent by President Cleveland to the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad company.
In the letter enclosing his check the
President expresssd his appreciation
of the attention himself and Mrs. Cleve
land had received. ?
The British bark Arklon collided on
the 28th of May with an unknovm ves
sel and was abandoned by the crew.
The mate has been picked up at sea. He
was eight days without water, food or
clothing. The captain, his wife and
son and ten seamen got off in another
boat, but it is feared they are lost.
A story comes from Oconee that on
Tuesday a colored man named BiU
Boston grossly insulted an elderly
and respectable white woman while
she was alone. On the return of her
son, Mat Scurry, a youth, he was in
formed of the facts, and he sought, the
negro and attacked him with a knife,
cutting his jugular vein in twain.
John P. St. John, John L. Sullivan
and other famous Johns have been in
vited to the John picnic to be held at
Ross' Grove, Allegheny county, next
Wednesday. Every town represented
has been invited to send its largest and
smallest John. Jahn Lawrence, of
Canada, weighing 480 pounds will bo
there. Hundreds of men named John
The elections in Nova Scotia were
carried overwhelmingly in favor of
dissolving the union with Canada.
Upon hearing the news a wealthy old
sea captain trimmed up the highest
tree on his place, and, raising the United
States flag at the top, exclaimed: "That
is our next question to vote on, and you
will find before long two-thirds of us
that way of thinking."
At Vincennes, Ijnd., on the 18th there
was a single graduate of the public
schools, a colored girl named Grace
Brewster. Eight wnite.girls who were
in the same class refused to graduate
with her, and she appeared on the
stage alone and read her essay to a
great crowd svhk^iBT.ffir'maTrvr^Bfrifc
festations- of approval. JFive ofi^my
white girls are tSjughtcfs of Republi
Herman Reedle vras digging a well
at McAlister, I. T. He arranged a
charge for blasting, lighted the fuse
and was hoisted toward the surface
forty feet above. When half way up
the rope broke and he fell to the bot
tom. He tried to grasp and extinguish
the fuse, but too late. The charge ex
ploded, Herman was blown nearly to
the top of the well and fell back dead
with' every hone in his body broken.
Charles Patterson,a notorious chicken
thief of Richmond, Va.,'was in the
habit of killing and dressing the chick
ens he stole before quitting the premi
ses. Unfortunately for him he fell as
leep while picking chickens on Monday
night, and in the morning the owner
found him calmly snoring by the side
of eight well dressed fowls and a pile
of feathers. Richmond roosts will not
be disturbed by Charles for many
A Clinton, Iowa, special says in an
encounter between saloonists and pro
hibitionists four of the former, named
Forsee, Fedderson, Hart and Rhodes,
were shot, none of them being fatally
wounded. The marshal, judge and
Frank Hillermnn was jailed, charged
with doing the shooting. The saloon
element were threatening to lynch the
judge and Hillermnn, and declare the
jail will lie blown up if necessary to
General Cordon is increasing his lead
over the Hon. A. O.Bacon for the Geor
gia Democratic Gubernatorial nomina
tion. Saturday week Gordon had fifty
four instructed delegates and Bacon
forty-four. Last Saturday the score
stood Gordon sixty-eight and Bacon
fifty-two. Sixty delegates will be
chosen this week and the friends of
both aspirants will put forth their best
efforts to capture the County delega
tions. It will require 170 votes to
John P. Chase, of Augusta, Me., is a
veteran of the last war who has, per
haps, more wounds than any other
soldier living. He passed through
most of the war without receiving a
scratch, until the conflict on Seminary,
or Weed's Hill. He was serving a gun
of the Fifth Maine battery, when the
explosion of a shell crippled him for
life, and he was supposed to be dead,
having received forty-eight wounds by
fragments of the shell. In spite of all,
he recovered, and for two years has
been a messenger in the Maine house
of representatives. His pension has
been increased to 846 a month by
Rev. J. P. Thatcher was shot and kill
ed at Mondsville, Marshall countv, W.
Va., on Wednesday. Mr. Thatcher was
pastor of an independent church, with
a good following, known as Holiness
church, and was also chief of police of
the town. He went to arrest Eugene
Johnson, a chronic law breaker, who
was charged with assault with intent
to kill. Johnson was in his house, and
Iiis wife refused to let Thatcher enter,
|and when he insisted she attacked him
j with a hatchet. He disarmed her and
took hor into custody, and as ho was
leaving the house Johnson .came up
with a double-barrelled ^hOttin and
fired, the load taking effecM^HL^itch
er's heart, killing him insflj ' \
BSUSI^ESS LOCALS .
Soda Water, Soda Water at T. C,
Ginger Beer, Ginger Beer at T. C.
Who keeps the best Butter in town?
Cornelson has another lot of those
fine Hams in canvass.
Corncdson has just received a lot of
fresh family groceries.
Call at P. W. CantwellVand exam
ine his Kerosine Oil Ranges.
Sweet Rolls and Potatoe Bread fresh
every day at T. C. Hubbell's.
2000 yds Fruit of the Loom just re
ceived at the New York Store.
Fresh Car Load of Ice has been re
ceived at Brunson's Ice House.
P. W. Cantwell has a fine lot ot
Crockery Ware at prices to suit all.
Just received a lot of fine Segars at a
reasonable price at T. C. Hubbell's.
A full line of fancy and staple Gro
ceries low down at Jas. Van Tassel's.
Elegant patterns in Spring Calico
just rec'vd at the New York Store.
Stock .ing is near at hand, and if
you want bargains go to Cornelson's.
Fresh Candies as cheap as can be
?purchased any where at T. C. Hubbell's.
Seed Potatoes, Cabbage, Onions, Ap
ples and Oranges at Jas. Van Tassels.
Two hundred pairs ladies fine slip
pers just received at the New York
Cornelson's Fancy Flour, called
Orange Mills, is the be3t in town. Ask
If you want bargains in Shoes ask at
Cornelson's, and he will show you how
to save money.
For Brooms, Baskets, Brushes,
Bowls, Bath Bricks, Baisins, &c, go to
P. W. Cantwell.
Go to Cornelson's and examine the.
Dress Goods which he is selling at
fearfully low figures.
P. W. Cantwell has a large stock
of Guano Funnels which he will sell at
very low prices.
Cornelson is closing out his entire
Spring and Summer Clothing and
Straw Hats. Call and get bargains.
T. C. Huhbell will be supplied with
the finest Fruit and Candies in the
market for the holidays. Call and see
J. J. Atkins. Chief of Police, Knox
ville, Tenn., writes: "My family and I
are beneficiaries of your most excellent
medicine, Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption; having found it to be
all that you clain for it, desire to testi
fy to its virtue. My friends to whom
I have recommended it, praise it at
every opportunity." Dr. King'3 New
Discovery for Consumption is guaran
teed to cure Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis,
Asthma, Croup and every affection of
Throat, Chest and Lungs. Trial Bot
tles free at Dr. J. G. WannamaneFs'
Drug Store. Large Size .51.00.
To Farmers and Lumbermen.
Do not buy an Engine or Boiler of
any kind, Saw Mill, Planer or Grain
Mills until you have invested one cent
postal card writing for prices and
low prices I can make for them. 4;
k I answer inquiries promptly andean
often save you money.
E. W. screven,
Southern Manager, Columbia, S. C.
To Tin: Ladies.?Mrs. L. M. Sinoak
begs to inform her friends and the
public generally that her stock of Mil
linery and Fancy Goods this season is
the largest and handsomest she has
ever ottered. She receives a great va
riety of flowers and novelties all
through the season, and all orders en
trusted to her will receive prompt and
careful attention. Prices to suit the
Intending to have this Fall a larger
variety and stock than ever, of fancy
goods of all kinds, I desire in order to
make room and get the money, to sell
anything in the way of Albums, Desks,
Workboxes, Music, Folios, Books, Pic
tures, Toys and Dolls at a sacrifice.
Don't miss this chance of buying beau
tiful goods and presents for less than
cost at Jos. Eros' Bazaar.
Money to Loan.?Money to lend on
Real Estate in Orangeburg County in
sums from 8300 to 8800,000. Parties
in Orangeburg County will please ap
ply to B. P. Izlar, Judge of Probate.
W. H. Duncan, Attorney at Law,
Barnwel), S. ?._
Fancy Paper. Wedding Cards, 1 looks
and Stationery in general, Candies
fresh and cheap, the best live cent
Cigars, and last, not least, is the best
Soda Water possibly to be made no
matter where, to be found at Jos. Eros'
To keep cool during the aproaching
warm weather drink ice water kept in
Coolers bought from P. W. Cantwell,
in them the ice keeps longer, water
tastes better, and they are the best and
cheepest to be found. Call and exmine.
P. A. Lefvendahl, Boot and Shoe
Maker, at Mrs. Adden's New Block.
Repairing done in the neatest manner
and on the shortest notice. Also Har
ness Repairing done._
People who know what they are about,
will drink Soda Water, Lime Juice and
Ginger Ale at Jos. Eros' Fount, a safe
I place to get those refreshing drinks
T. C. Hubbell will send for all Illus
trated and Daily Papers, also has the Char
leston Daily Papers which persons can be
supplied who live lu the city at 20 cents per
Pure Barley Malt Whiskey, absolute
ly tree from fusel oil or other injurious
ingredients. For sale only at .las. Van
If you are in need of Shoes for your
family, and want first-class goods, and
all warranted, get thein at Cornelson's.
If you want a nice Hat for yourself
or boys call at Cornelson's, who has a
large and pretty line just in.
Duffy's pure Harley Malt Whiskey
the bes't tonic for invalids. For sale
only at Jas. Vau Tassel's.
Please luave your orders for ice on
Order Slate at" 1). N. Smith's Hook
"Lustro," the great metal polish foi
silver ware, sohl only by P. W. Cant
Dr. Thomas R. Aldrich, one of the
oldest practicing physicians in Char
leston, dial last week. He was a
brother of Judge A. P. Aldrich, of
Maxey's, Ga., January, 1886.
For twelve or fourteen years I have been
a great sufferer from a terrible form of
blood poison which ran into a secondary,
find finally it was pronounced a tertiary
form. My head, face and shoulders be
came almost a mass of corruption, and
finally the disease commenced eating away
my skull bones. I became so horribly re
pulsive that for three years I absolutely re
fused to let people see me. I used large
quantities of most noted blood remedies and
applied to nearly all physicians near me,
but my condition continued to grow worse,
and all said that I must surely die. My
bones became the seat of excruciated aches
and pains: my nights were passed in misery;
11 was reduced in flesh and strength; my
kidneys were terribly deranged, and hfe
became a burden to me.
1 chanced to see an advertisement of B.
B. B., aud sent one dollar to W. C. Birch
more & Co., merchants of our place, and
they procured one bottle for me. It was
used with decided benefit, and when eight
or ten bottles had been used I was pro
nounced sound and well.
Llundreds of scars can now be seen on
ine, looking like a man who had been
burned and then restored. My case was
well known in this county, and for the
benefit of others who may be similarly af
fected, I think it my duty to give the facts
to the public, and to extend my heartfelt
thanks for so valuable ? remedy. I have
been well over twelve months, and no re
turn of the disease has occured.
Bo beut WARD.
Maxey's, Ga., January', 1886.?We, the
undersigned, know Mr. Robert Ward, and
take pleasure in saying that the facts above
stated by him are true, and that his was
one of the worse cases of Blood Poison we
ever knew in our county and that he has
been cured by the use of B. B. B.?Batonic
Blood Balm. .
W. C. BincHMORE &Co., Merchants.
A. T. Brightwell, Merchant.
J. H. BllIGHTWELL, M. 1).
John T. Haut.
W. B. Campbell.
All who desire full information about the
cause and cure of Blood Poisons, Scrofula
and Scrofulous Swellings, Ulcers, Sores,
Rheumatism, Kidney Complaints, Catarrh,
etc., can secure by mail, free, a copy of our
32-page Illustrated Book of Wonders, filled
with the most wonderful and startling
proof ever before known. Address,
BLOOD BALM CO.,
July 1-_Atlanta, Ga.
? For Sale.
ONE FINE MILCH COW. WITH
young Calf, (Grade Jersey.) Apply
to JAS. H. FOWLES.
July l-2t_. ,
.Notice of Dismissal.
THIRTY DAYS AFTER DATE I
will file my final account with the
Judge of Probate for Orangeburg County,
as Executor of the Estate of A. B. Griffith,
deceased, and ask for Letters of Dismissal.
L. S. CONNOR,
July 1-41_Qualified Executor.
The Sumiysidc Cemetery Com
ARE PREPARED TO SELL
Burial Lots in their Cemetery Ground
on Sunnysidn. Parties desiring to purchase
[ can obtain information as to price and
terms by calling at the County Treasurer's
office where a plat of the grounds can be
seen. J. S. ALLBERGOTTI, President.
F. S. Dibble, Secretary.
July l-l mo._L_
PLYMOUTH ROCK COCKERELS
PRIZE WINNING STOCK.
ARARE CHANCE TO GET A
fine Bird. Price, only ?1.20 in high
Cage, delivered at Express office. Send at
once, only a few to spare. Address,
' R. E. CLARK,
July l-3t_Fort Motte, S. C.
THE ORANGEBURG BAPTIST
Sunday School Convention will meet
with the Canaan Sunday School, on Friday
before the third Sunday in July. All the
Baptist Sunday Schools in the County are
urged to scud delegates and a report of
their year's work. Rev. D. W. Key will
preach the introductory sermon, and several
interesting topics will be discussed. A
I pleasant and profitable meeting is antici
I pated. T. M. GALPUIN
Attention "Citizen's Demo
A MEETING OF YOUR. CLUB IS
XV. hereby called on Tuesday, July 6th,
V/j o'clock, at Odd Fellows' Hall, lor the
purpose of re-organizing, electing officers
and appointing such committeces as are
provided for by the Constitution of the
Oemocaatic party. A full attendance is
earnestly requested, as business of impor
tance will come before the Club. Bv order
of 0. R. LOWMAN, President.
F. DeMaks, Secretary.
Attention Courthouse Dcmo
4 MEETING OF TU 10 COURT
AJL house Democratic Club will be held
next Tuesday evening at half-past 8 o'clock
for the purpose of reorganizing for the
campaign, and to elect delegates to the
County Convention. A full attendance of
the members is earnestly desired, as the
Club wiil vote on the question of nominat
ing County officers by primary or conven
tion. By order of the President.
J. L. SIMS, Secretary.
A LL PERSONS HOLDING
-Tjl. claims against the estate of J. F.
COPE, deceased, will present the same
properly attested, and those indebted to
said Estate will make payment to tin*un
dersigned. J. A. COPE.
June 24-4t. Qualified Executor.
The State of South Carolina,
by BENJ. P. IZLAR ESQ., PROBATE JUDGE.
WHEREAS, A. 0. Glcaton hath made
suit to me, to grant him Letters
of Administration of the Estate and effects
of Absolem E. Gleaton: THESE ARE
T11EKEFORE to cite and admouisb
all aud singular the kindred and
Creditors of the said Absolem E. Gleaton,
deceased, that they be and appear, before
me, in the Court of Probate, to be held at
Orangcburg Court House on 'Jth day of
July. I88?, next, after publication here
of, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to shew
cause, if any they have, why the .said Ad
ministration should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 23rd day of
June, Anno Domini, 1881?.
Be.nj. P. Izi.Ait,
Juur 21-21 Probale Judge 0. C.
/ VN TilK ISTIl OF JULY NEXT
' ' I will file with the .Judge of Probate
for Orangcburg County, my final account
as Guardian of Irviu Dukes, and ask for
Letters of Dismissory.
C/W. CARD WELL,
June 17-lt Guardian.
Rooms Demochatic Executive Com., )
Oraxgeburg County, >
OllANGEBUKG, S. C, JllUC 21, 1886. )
ACONVENTION OF THE DEMO
CHATIC PARTY OF ORANGE
burg County is hereby called to meet at
the# Court House, in the City of Orange
burs, on Thursday, July 22, 1886, for the
purpose of electing delegates to the State
! Convention, which meets in the City of
I Columbia, S. C\, August 4th, 1886, and for
? the further purposes of electing a County
I Chairman, confirming Club nominations
for members of the County Executive Com
mittee, determining a plan of nominating
candidates for County offices, and for the
transaction of such other business as may
properly come before it.
The several Democratic Clubs through
out the County will at their meeting for re
orgnnization elect delegates to the County
Convention called above.
The basis of representation will be, one
delegate at large from each.Club, and one
delegate for each twelve enrolled mem
bers, not counting fractions. It is request
ed that the Clubs take a vote at the time of
electing their delegates upon the Conven
tions and primary plans of making nomina
tion for County offices and report the re
sult to the County Convention through their
respective delegations. By order of Execu
tive Committee. A. S. HYDRICK,
L. H. WANNAMAKER, Secretary.
T WILL RECEIVE PROPOSALS
A until the 15th day of July, for the repair
of the STAND at BINNTKER'S CAMP
GROUND, with the following new materi
al, viz. 16,000 boards or shingles, 3 feet,
long, 4 inches wide and % Inches thick. 3
plates 8x8, 45 feet long. 8 post 16 feet
lone. 7 posts 9 feet long. Together with
such new rafters and laths as may he found
unfit for use, when the old roof Is taken off.
Boatds to be either cypress orpine, post3
either fat lightwood or the heart of black
cypress, and not less than ten inches In diame
ter at the top. Old roof to be taken off and
new cover put on. Plates and posts put in
where needed. Every thing to be done in
a workmanlike manner. Work to be com
pleted by the 10th day ?f September, 1886.
IRA. T. SHOEMAKER,
June 24-_Midway, S. C.
State of "South Carolina?County of Orangc
burg?In the Court of Common Pleas.
L. A. Wright, Plaintiff, against W. Clark,
By virtue of an Execution issued in the
above case and to me directed, I will sell
at public aution at Orangeburg Court
House, on the first Monday in July next,
during tli? legal hours of sale, all the right,
title, interest and estate of the Defendant,
W. Clark, in and to all that LOT or PAR
CEL of LAND situated on the north side
of Amelia Street, in the City of Orange
burg, in said County and State, containing
one acre, more or less, and bounded by said
Street and lots of Ann A. Louis, Charles
Thorn and Jessie E. A. Cannon.
Terms Cash, and purchaser to pay Sheriff
for papers. A. M. SALLLEY,
Sheriff, 0. C.
Sheriff's Office, Orangeburg, C. H.. S. C,
June 10. 1886.
She rill' Sale.
State of South Carolina?County of Orange
burg?Court of Common Pleas.
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION
to me directed, I will sell on Monday,
5th July, 1886. in frout of the Court House,
during legal hours, a certain track of land
containing two hundred and fifty acres
more or less. Bounded on the north by "SVi
T. J. Phillips, East by Goodland Swanij/,
South by A. C. Porter and West by H. I,
Phillips. Levied on as the property of>W,
T. Phillips at the suit of J. S. .tPhllUps;
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for
papers. A. M. SALLEY, Sheriff.
Sheriff's office, Orangebmg County,
S. C, June 17, 1886._
Notice to Creditors.
The State of South Carolina?County of
Orangeburg?In the Court of Common
Gertrude Corbitt, Plaintiff, against J An
gus Salley, as Administrator, et al., De
Under the order of the said Court of
Common Pleas, made in the above entitled
action, all persons having demands agalntt
the Estate of John J. Salley, deceased, are
required to present and prove the same be
fore me, at my office, in the City of Orange
burg in said County and State, on the
fifteenth day of July, 1886, at 11 o'clock,
A. M. ANDREW C. DIBBLE,
Master's Office, Orangeburg C. H., S. C.
June 17, 1886.-3t.
Notice to Creditors.
The State of South Carolina?County of
Orangeburg?In the Court of Common
Susan Golson, Plaintiff, against Augustus
Uolman, as Executor of the Will of Wil
liam Golson, deceased, Defendant.
Under the order of the said Court of
Common Pleas, made in the above entitled
i action, all persons having demands against
? the Estate of William Golson, deceased,
! are required to present and prove the same
before me, at my office, in the City of
Orangeburg, in said County and State on
, the fifteenth day of duly, 1886, at 11 o'clock,
A.M. ANDREW C. DIBBLE,
Master's Office, Orangeburg C. IL, S. C,
\ June 17, lSS6.-.".t._
Notice to Creditors*
I The State of South Carolina?County of
Orangeburg?In the Court of Common
i J. D. F. Vice and R. W. Riser, as Adnnnis
I trators of the Estate of James M. Vice,
deceased, and J. D. F. Vice, in his own
i right. Plaintiffs, against Mary D. Vice, et
Under the order of lhe said Court of
! Common Pleas, made in the above entitled
! action, all persons having demands against
the Estate of James M. Vice, deceased, are
, required to present and prove the same be
fore ine, in my office In the City of Orange
j burg in said County and State, on or before
the fifteenth day of July, 1886, or they will
ANDREW C. DIBBLE,
Master's Office, Orangeburg C. H., S. C,
j June 17, 1886.-3t._
Notice ol* Exclusion.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT MR.
, JL U. U. OWENS is cut off from the
Emancipation Baptist Church of Orange
lung County of any Christian work
preaching or having any work in our
j church for his misdemeanor against the
! cause ol Christ.
j Done by order of the Emancipation Bap
tist Church of Orangeburg County, IS. C.
, Sioneu, Mus. M. E. Daktzlek,
.St. Matthews, S. C, June 5, 1886._
llutuul Aid Association Special
i M K KT IXC OF THE ABOVE
i * Association will be held at Way's
Hall in tins City op Thursday morning July
2211(1, 18X15, at 111 o'clock A. M., for the
purpose of considering Amendments to
the Constitution and Dy-Lawsof the As
sociation, and such other business as way
be brought up. A full attendance of the
members in earnestly requested. Bv order
of the President. KIRK ROBINSON,
June 10-2L SecrdHry.