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IB ORANGEB?RG TIMES
ORANGEBURG, S. C, JUNE 18,1874.
LARGEST.CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY.
BgU W* art in no troy responsible for the views
9t epinions of our Correspondents.
Our friends wishing to have advertisements
inserted in the TIMES, must hand them in by
ftoeoday morning, 10 o'clock.
Henceforth.. nil legal Advertisements
?if County Interest, whether NoticcH or others,
?trill be published for the benefit of our leaders
?whethor they are paid for or not.
Chamberlain is said to be the leading
candidate for Governor: A Northern ex
change thinks Mores is bad enough, but
cayo Chamberlain will be worse.
Neaole has had a general free fight
in Columbia with wife, friends and garri
son of post. Like d ture man be beat
his wife, and like a ture friend spared his
friends, until an officer of the garrison
threatened to chastise him for playing
With a nui?kct. Ncagle is only a speci
men ruler. Did he not once threaten to
shoot the young Governor ?
The "Day Book" is not dainty in its
oaracticuro of the Republican party;
yet its unsightly frontispiece of the 13th,
instant may not bo over drawn. The
carcase of a dead horse represents the
party, a wagon packed with "plunder,
custom house frauds,back pay,Presidential
presents, bribes, credit mobilier &c,"
and summed up as "garbage" is in charge
of General Grant, with his bull pup; and
Beast Butler is afoot worn out with lush
ing the old beast, and disconsolate at
failure. A score of favorites arc on the
?camper frem the defunct and rotten
miss. It is a sad sight that both State
and federal affiairs arc in such hands, as
cause the atmosphere of reflection to be
foul with shame.
ORGANIZE THE TAXPAYERS UMON.
We have been asked; what this Union
will effect? If carried out as proposed it
will effect a systematic and powerful
moral combination against the fraud and
rnsCTility existing tn-puOTvtfJHaCes. IT. Will"
be able pecuniarily, and on account of its
extended ramifications to bring defaulters
to trial, employ the best of counsel to aid
the prosecution, and adduce proof of the'
guilt of the accused. It will be setting
up sentinels on every hill top over the
Hessians, and will effect in every way \
what in our present unorganized condi
tion is impossible. The minipulafors of
our degradation and ruin arc all organ
ized, shall we remain inactive.
WHO WOULDN'TLO\'E IHM.
The "New York Times" Grants organ,
says of our "Young ' Governor:" 1 The
evidenco is overwhelming that he is about
*?S fit to be Governor of a State, as any
Pukoi.a k who prowls about the street of
fff^S. York at midnight." It is wrong for
j.tlae j"Times" to write this as Moses is said
tof jje a candidate for re-election. "He
htljp helped himself to public funds and
hfe turned over the key of tho treasury
, A anybody clso (who scared him) who
? ?ippcned to be short of money.". For*
Siinnie "Times" remember he is our Gov-1
crnor; His private character is so simply
detestable that we had to strike out pas
sages (refering to it) offensive to decency."
Olfr saintly Governor; These extracts arc
from n paper whose reporter in Columbia
saw things as they were, and us they
long have been.
The Executive Committee of the "Tax
payers' Convention" calls a meeting in
Charleston, for tho special purpose of
organizing taxpayers uuions. The sooner
an important meeting.
The members of the Executive Com
mittee of Taxpayers'Convention of South
Carolina are hereby requested tc meet at
the Rooms of the Chamber of Commerce,
in Charleston, on Thursday,the 18th day
of June instant, at 12 o'clock meridian*
The main subject of consideration will
be prompt and efficient organization of
Tax'Uuions throughout tUisJatato.
Those ineTnfce/sSflvo caifhot attend are
invited to fleiiti opinions*and proxies td
the chairman or to otrrer in embers of
cOwi*?iitte^. v> Jamp.s ( 'iiksnit,
V. Chairman KxocutivoCoininitleo.
Our follow townsman Mr. G. A. Neuffer!
who is posted gives us the following:
Immigration to tho United States from
foreign countries, from 1776 to 1873, a
period of ninety-seven years, is 9,443,865.
Fully three-fourths of this numocr came
from tho United Kingdom of Euglaud,
British America and Germany. Tho
largest Immigration was in the last three
years averaging 400,000 per annum. The
average from 1820 to 1830, was only
15,000 per annum, from 1850 to 1870,
200,000 per annum. Taken from opecial
report on Immigration page 11, by Ed
ward Youug, G. W. D., Chief of tho
Bureau of Statistics, Washington D. C.
The total of Immigration has been
9,043,865, in ninety-seven years.
Mb. Editor:?In your issue of the
11th ultimo you state that the petition of
the citizens of the town, asking Council
to remove iiie hogs from the streets, was
laid on the table. Such was not the case
for the petition ?ras laid over for action
at the next regular meeting of council, at
which meeting Council will endeavor
to provide for the removal of tho so-call
The citizens probably are not aware
that there are some difficulties in remov
ing the hogs from the corporate limits
We are happy to be informed that the
petition has been before Council, and for
the first time wo entertain a hope that
the hogs will be kept at home. Our
remarks in the last paper, had no refer
euce to the action of Couucil, as we were
under the impression, that the petition
(as we saw it in the Post Office with a
limited number of names, some times out
of sight, und now and then on the floor,)
had been removed entirely as a lost
question and that Council had not seen it.
And we applied the remark "laid on the
table" intending to convey the idea of
the indifference of tho public. Our
town Council has the support of tliG
"Times" so far in all they have done
and wc nro waiting to hear tho virdict.
Justice has our tbauks for his correction.
? ? ? ? -m
Mr. Editor:?Thinking that a word
from the "Mountain city" might bo of
some interest to your renters, I have
concluded to ask space in_y.our_columns
roi-rt lew llr\c3j lro^ several wecks^ast
it was very dry, and Ut^ dust atoso' to
such an extent as to render it qvitc dis
agreeable. If this were the o'nl^ .incon
venience which womrinbe likely to accrue
from being without rain it would bo a
small matter,-4nit I was fearful thaU.the
t^ii^ncrSj. would ?uRer^eVy much, and that
their crops would be cut short. The
(brought, however is over: for on last
Monday, wc had quite a refreshing show
er, and since then we have had several
others, which have settled the dust and
caused vegetation to have quite a chang
Tld^^Wmroulions for honors uro now
being carried on in Furman University.^
The Anual AthJress before the Literary
societies of. this Iustitution will be deliver^
ed by Rev.'J. K. Mendcfshall, of Colom
bia, on the evening of-the 16th i|ist?<jand
the regular commencement e^ert?ses^will
take place on the mi^ingi of the 17th
inst. There are about^fiflfp students in
the Collegeate and near one hundred aijd
thirty in tbe Preparatory department of
Greenville is quite a city. The first
issue of the "Greenville Daily News"
came out a few Saturdays ago.
"The news boys in every direction are
crying 'Daily News', like each one's life
depended upon selling that b?ndle of
The completion of the Air Line R. R.
has added considerable to its trade.
Greenville has not felt so severely the
iron hand of Radical misrule as our
county. The county Treasurer however,
was found a deftfnltcr in several thou
sand dollars'. Geo WaGardnicr.
A negro in Kranklin county Georgia,
while returning home from plowuig fell
from the animal, his loot catching in the
trace chain. . With characteristic ani?
mostly, the mule started on a run and
bunged tho file completely out of the
.South Carolina! has hitherto claimed
the lead for defaulting tax collectors, but
Georgia begins to loom up-unplonsantly.
Docatur and Houston have had their
steal, and now the collector of Colquitt,
Samuel O. Gregory, is announced in de
fault for 81)17 State lax 1873;
Lancaster County Commissioners will
grunt no J^pnscs q> sell liquor in any
part of the 'vorm.'y^i-n Ihc next twelve
months. * V_
From the New York DoVllook.
If Massachusetts, or Nc4- York, or
Congress, or any power undunhenven, Can
enter the State of Virginia und chango
tho local status of one man, woinun,child
or negro there, whatevor Wtemuy call
Virginia, a province, satrapy^ or depart
ment, it is a lio and imposition on com
mon sense to call it u State,i<br a State,
to exist at all, must have absyluto charge
of tho relations and status of the popula
tion within its borders. Moreover, if this
thing is done, if any outside" power has
entered Virginia and changccPthe legal
relations of its people from supremacy to
equality with negroes, it baj^ an equal
right and equal powor not only to enact
the so-called Civil Rights bill, but to ab
solutely reverse the condition of 1776
1805, and forco the people int^ftlio status
of tho negro during that long and glori
ous period. These propositions are abso
lutely and unavoidably true; .therefore,
if the so-called amendments uro assented
to, the Fedoral Union, tho^merican
system, the United States, that grand
fabric of freedom won by thenlood and
heroism of the men of 1776, igjCvjvreck, a
shapeless ruin, and the man casing him
self a Demoornt who "accepts the situa
tion', is a traitor to Americanl^bcrty or
he is a fool unfit for tho duties of citizen
ship. Meanwhile, it a fact, a f|rribio if
not fatal fact, that an outside power, by
military violence, has forced the negro
element out of its normal condition, and
it is now running loose in Virgjna, &c.
How shall the American Democracy deal
with this fact? They must remove that
military force?all external ferce?and
leave the people of Virginia, to adjust
their legal and social rehitions*%ith the
negroes as God and nature ami the ne
cessities of human -society ordain, for to
interfere, to restore the normaf order,
would be as wrong in principle, though
as bcncficicnt in practice as the interfer
ence of Lincoln, Grant & Co. is ariti-sociul
and atrocious. And "to this coifrplexion
it must arrive at last," for a tih\c must
come when tho Northern producing
classes, unable to bear the taxation, to
continue this devil's dance after an im
aginary freedom for negroes, the "North
ern collnpsc will restore freedom to the
Southern people, and leave them to adjust
their rolations to the surbordinatc race as
best they may, and the necessities of
social order reign. Such, bricfljr, is the
"situation"?such the tremendous neces
sities wjai?i??d ""1 th^rJ^V"'
"DeloTC us is h? Smplo and obviousTts it is
proton tious und terrible?if tncte be suf
ficient sense, virtue and manliness in the
Dem?eracy to grapple with it and make
the. direct hsua in the fall elections of
hands off and immediate restoration of
self-government* in the Smith, we shall
sweep tho land like a whirlwind ; .'hut if
;\\h old hugger-muggering "policy" of the
past twelve years prevails, all that has
been accomplished in the last twelve
months wi'l bcjl/ist^ and the country left
to drift intoAnarchies that may last for
half a ccutftry. Jn view of a "situation"
so siiujflc but. charge*^ with possibilities^
so^St^aclihjg^l horrible, what isi?
Ij^the posjjfcioSvbf the gallant and iudom
'itabJjc^S^noori'tcy of Connecticut?
'Ilfiice of Commissioner of Immigration i
for the State of South'Carolina. |
Charleston, S. C. March; 1874.
I beg leave to call your attention to
tho following resolutions passed at tl^sJ
Taw Payers' Convention, with tho hope
that the matter will be speedily taken nT
hand by the people, and pushed success-1
Respectfully P. Melciiebs, <
Commissioner of Immigration*
Rosoh'cd. That this Convention dp at
once organize a Bureau of Immigration,
to consist of one Commissioner for the
State at large and one Commissioner for
each County in the State, to reside at or
near the County seat.
Resolved. That it shall be tlio dutf of
each County Commissioner of Immgra-.
tion to call a meeting of the citizens of
each County, who are in favor of vhito
immigration, to be held at the Court
House of his County, on the first Monday
in March, proximo, and lay deforo them
tho subject and importance of imnjigrn
tion, and, if possible, effect a permanent
organization to act in concert with,, and
as an auxiliary to the Commissioner of
the Stato at large, and to tako such fur
ther steps as may be deemed neccssa*y to
promote tho object in view.
Resolved, that it shall he the daty of
the said County Commissioners of Immi
gration toassertain from the land owners
of the County what lands arc to bo sold
or given away, as the case may be, and
if for sale, on what terms; and to take
down and procure for reference a brief,
description and location thereof, and Re
port, tho same, from time, to time; to Iho
<mmi -i 'lii-V for tn>p Slate al hirjjpc, so
that when immigrants arrive in the
County they may at once bo provided for*
It shall also bo his duty to collect such
Contributions in money front the citizens
for tho promotion of the cause of immi
gration, as they may be willing t") con
tribute, and forthwith turn the same
over to the GW*missioner of the State at
large, taking his receipt lor the same.
Havo we a Commissioner for Orange
burg, if so; wo would like to hear from
him. Waste land and "undeveloped re
sources aro waiting labor.
?A vcry rapide safe and easy way to make
xVmoncy,is to proemc territory to introduce the
latent useful invention that is wanted cvry day.
by cvry one, evry where, who ha? a family, a
full sized Sewing Machine with Table and
Trcable for only $10 that doea the same work
an a Machine you would nay $80 for, rapid.
Hinooth nnd firm, makes a scam no strong the
cloth will tear before the stiches rip apart.
Eight new attachments for all work and the
improved Button Hole Worker used by us only.
Agents only need show them in operation to
kcII in evry house they enter. $30 nnd upwards
cleared daily by smart agents. No such Ma
chine was ever offered at any such price. 35.
000 wold hut year, 100,000 Families use them.
Demand increasing every day where they be
come known. Minister, Judges, Lawyers, Ed
itors, Machinists, Tailora &c. recommend them
as perfect. Rights given free to first applicants.
If there is no agency in your place, write for it,
or buy a Machine for your Family or n relation,
there is none better or so cheap. Machines sent
to all parts of the country on receipt of price
$10 Bead advertisement beginning "$0U saved
in evry Family" in another part of tnis paper,
Address the proprietors, Robert J. Mulligan &
Co., 326 Canal St., .New York.
$300 per month will prove it, or forfeit $1,000
to sell BLAKE'S Shuttle Sewing MACHINE.
Price only $20. The best and cheapest Lock
stitch Machine in the United States or Canada*
A FEW GOOD REASONS.
1. A new invention, thoroughly tested.
2. It makes the Lock-Stitch alike on both
sides, and cannot be ravelled.
2. Runs for years without repairs.
4. Construction inbst careful and finished. It
is manufactured by the most skilful Machinists.
For Circulars and terms address
S. BURKE, SON & CO.
100 Warren Street, Jersey Cite, N. J.
Mav 28 1074 * 3m
IZ1V-A.B & DIBBLE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Orangeburg, S. C.
J*s. F. Izi.au. S. DiBUi.e.
GLOVER & GLOVLPv,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Ofliec opposite Com I House. Square.
Oi'aii^eburjLr, H- C
Tups. W. Gj.ovkk, Moktimkk Gj.ovkk,
T*rb' -i t*
Kirk Rc Dins on
>i ? >
lljoks, MtUAcand Stationery, and Fancy
ORANGEBURG, C. IL, S. C.
The recent test of Fire-Proof Safes
by tho English Government proved
the superiority of Alum Filling. No
other Safes filled with
Alum and Plaster-of-Paris.
a JVIARVXHT & GO.;
P 265 Broadway, N. Y., '
?* 721 Chesfnut St., Phi la.
HIGH Li If IMPORTANT
WTAlytERSj AND PLANTERS.
MltfONI^rT EDM ?QILAGB,
Steeping and preparing Seeds before
^ JIM an ting.
This prepnratiott,latcly introduced to the Ag
ricultural 4p*rld,tumearfrnm recent experiments
to surpass all thai has ey.o? been attempted in
that line. *Jl not'only contains all the elements
and fitfoofPlor the reed in its infant state, which
ejjj?fclea it t(v^>&HUtrfp strong and vigorous, hut
sportively claim mat no^nst smut or bliglit can
exiHt where it is tufplieu^md proving a certain
preventive agains>tlie I'oUtto rot. It dissolves
rcpdily^fta!Ibrina a mucilage by which any
materiifrcnn liwanado to adhere to tho seed.
CoV Tni^eingS-i/vWry small portion of this jraf!
nlfft- coinwmnd inwevent the ravages of birds
MjjAinsects, but am united ami prepared as to
fdrm a dry powder*which dissolves readily,ono
pound producing one and a halt* gallons, or
tifteen pounds of mucilage. On every farm there
are^to be found in abundance valuable mate
rials for rolling seeds in before planting, which
should never bo neglected. These are rich dry
black earth and wood ashes, or lime,and should
hi: mixed in proportions of one part of wood
ashes or lime, to three parts of .earth. 1'y the
aid of the mucilage, much of thin material can
be made to adhere to each s* cd, which never
fails to show good results. It has boon tried on
corn, rice, cotton, wheat, potatoes, peas and all
the cereals with marked effect, none showing
any signs of rust, blight or fungus where it was
applied. Put up in one pound Packages at 30
cents per pound, which dissolves and form one
ami a halt gal loa of Mucilage, sufficient to roll
seed for one acre land. 000 Planters used it last
season with remarkable success.
Every Farmer and Planters should use it.
f?u s.\ u: ay
K1KK KOEUNSON, Agent.
Orangeburg, S. 0,
Feb. 20 3m",
McMICHAEL & BLUME,
PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRICE FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Arid continue to keep the same on hand lot Sale, Cheap for cash.
OUR, GROCERY DEPARTMENT j
Having Intelv been Replenished, we are offering a better Article for Less Motcy than" eiW
before. IXiOUR, BACON, LARD &C, A Specialities.
DYH GOODS and OJ^OTtllNG,
AT AND BELOW COST.
BOOTS, SHOES, HATSand CAPS on Hand
THE following fine brands of SEGARS.sueh as "La Elbresta," "Ix'ion," genuine Figaro'? "
To'haccofl of every grade on hand. A fresh supply of Lager. Beer, tapped and ready for use.'
THIS IS THIS TIMB AND PLACE
O BUY ANYTHING YOU WISH IN THE GROCERY LINE SUCH AS FLOUtf
Bacon, Prepared Ham, Lard, Butter, Mollassep, Sugar, Coned Sc, &, AT THE
ENTERPRISE GROCERY c"pftT*fl
And in rear of tlfe GroceVy, is tire f?, i ,r
WHICH is kept full of the finest grades of LIQUOR?, SE?ARS ?Sc1., whicri'will he sold to
suit the purchaser. Cnll and see for vourself. ? i
DR. A. C. DUiCE^i
?rangeburgi C IT-, So- Crt '
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals and Pamts,
FINE Toilet SOAPS. Fancy HAIR and TOTH Brushes, Perfumery and Teile*
Articles, TRUSSES and Shoulder BRACKS,
GRASS AND GARDBN.sb2sds'
19 LJ RE Wines and Liquors foMedical Purnoses, PA INTS, ?IL& VARNISH'S
and DYE STUFFS
I ETTER-P APE It, Pens, Ink, Envelopes, Glass, Putty, Carboii Oil, Lamp s'
A FIXE LOT OF CIGARS, TOBAf'CO and CANDIES.
Hc/Ld'hyMciaiin' l'rc-criptinns accurately Compounded." ? '-It
IF YOU WANT
Go To ALBERGOTTTS
IF YOU WANT
Go To A l AI KIU(OTTI'S. ^ IvK?T.
H F )'ou want anything it the Bakery Line stich sis
.1 . i?j y. -i, ca? rc? -iu>ll; A
'go to t. W. alb^^^OTTr^
A nr. Ii?
BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND THE J'iT.LLC LN GENER-AI
THAT HE IS NOW RECEIVING flIS:
And that tho same will be read}* in a few drfys for inspection; It comprise/ all the latent no vettert
in all the different branches of
DRY GOODS, PIATS, HO 3TS axicl SI EOTCB
GROC E IS ffE S, 15 A KDWAll E, CHOCS*: SORY ,
GkASS, WOOD and WILLOW WAIiE,
A n^pe Assoslment of r eady made Clothing*
THE same having been bought with an EYE to/he Wollt? and Ntccwdtiei of^ttiy CnstoftierW
0 / - ? 1 I iO Hig
umbtr the present Hard Times, I am enabled to give everybody Fall value for the Sfoney,
and fell Satisfaction, Inviting an carfy Inspection, I remain Repcrtniffr* Yff?f*,
ceo. ii. oornei,so#.
GOOD AND SUBS
in the United States. ^
timbre, all of which we ^
work. The subscribers !
trade, carrying on tlic business
?State, Georgia, iVorth Cai?'lrtR
years. NOTICE?On account
tion of the risk of Broi '
roads in this State at HALF JtyATES
^NG MATERIAL GENERALLY.
peilirfgancl AVeatlier Boards,
ig* PArifM^b in Great Variety.
RS^>wtjWJRNlNG and.SCROLL SAWIN??
'ORK made i^efcap at this establishment as c*?'bAtfmdc
Jargeat stock of the above, South of tbo c^tjv of Bat-)
ntirc satisfaction to all who want good, atiesbtnUal.
il mechanics?Sash, Blind and''DoorT Mdfeersir-bjn
^Jirtrlcstoji, and can refer to gentlrmcn all over this
as, to the, character of their work for the pasttwenty^
1,'iii whfeh vre box up our work, audourownaasump<~
ordiuanr handling, our goods are shipped over the
"JUgrtat saving to the purchaser of our work.
f?,:,LL & CO-i Charleston, 8, C. *