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Tili: OlLiXliKliURO TIMKS
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^ Kates of Advertising.
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?7\aeh Subsequent " . SO
Notices inserted in Tiocvd Column at 2?c /mt
d// Subtcripiibnr'a'nd TravieHt Advertise
ments to be paid for in .?Idvanee.
ghj" Wtf iure in no wity rcHpouaMik! Im
the viet\* or opinion* mr Oorrofvpuiid
3 ti i U ith Da y, ii-u n i-; itj, t ss i.
?b^?NNt^o slccTlssui; ~
Don. S a?nol Dibbhc 'of Ornngc
burg whs elected bn Inst Thursday,
Almost Without opposition to (ill the
place of tlic lamented O'Connor.
Oraugchurg is proud ol' the election
of her son to so exulted a position,
feeling coulldent that the dignity of
the oliicc will he well sustained in his
bauds; Within the range of nur
observation in the limits of the
Second District, wo know of no one
more eminently fitted for the office
than Mr. Dibble. Cleardieaded,
practical, honest end hard-working,
he will be fully able to maintain our
rights at the National Capitol. The
mercantile interest's of Charleston,
as well as the agricultural and me
chanical interests of Orangehurg Hud
Clarendon arc safe in his keeping.
The vote on Thursday sp?aks tiell
for Or tinge burg County. It is pleas
ing' to see a people doing honor lit n
?worthy sou, and the handsome vote
received by Mi'. Dibble is a splendid
evidence of the appreciation in which
he is held in his ow n County. T here
being no opposition, it was hardly
expected that a largo vote would be
polled, *uid yet he receive 1 in this
County '1,131 voles, w hich is about
80 per cent, of the full vote; Char
Vst.on and Clarendon did not do as
?11, but still :> laudable interest wits
:ihifeste-.'L The Kejulbltviths as a
ucral thing abstained from voting
? order of the party leaders. YYc
. jpend the following
.hkxuttN by p?scixcrs:
Brauch vi lie.'201,
Fogies. no returns.
Wasllingtoh Semi n:\ ry.328
hoyy TUE CASi: STANDS.
-There scorns to .bo some confusion \
in the public mind as to the status of
the Alaekay O'Connor-Dibble con
test, and llie seating of our newly
elected Democratic. Representative.
The case is as follows: Air. O'Con
nor, having, in the estimation of the
State authorities, been elected over
Air. Alaekay in the last general elec
tion, received the Governor's certifi
cate of election, which gave him the
j)rima Jot'ie right to the seat. The
House, however, has never lin t, and
Air. O'Connor has t hero fere never had
the opportunity of taking his sent
under this last certificate of election.
In the mean time death removes him
from the troubled scene. The State
authorities then recognize it vacancy
cruised by this event, and it hot her
election is ordered. Under this elec
tion,' Mr. Dibble is ?elected; .Mat kiiy
taking no pari in it under tlu as
sumption that tin re was no vacancy,
he himself being elected, and, with
this view, lie re*ts his w hole chances
upon the old OConnor contest.Iii this
we think he has blundered, whatever
maybe the ultimate result. Air.
Dibble goes to Washington with the
Governor's certificate in his hands.
With this certificate, the Clerk of
the House will be obliged to put his
name and nobody else's on tlic foil
for the Organization of that body.
This will give him the inside course,
from which Maekay will havrj to
light to oust him. Air. Dibbie there
fore has the advantage of position, if
Air. Miickny has the advantage in
the political complexion of the House.
This hitler advantage, however, is so
slight that it will be counterbalanced
by M ackny's personal im popularity
in his own party in Washington.
what KIM) OF 1 AI AI IB BAM Si
Since the tide of immigration i:
sctting in so strongly in the diree
lion of South Carolina, it ini.y be
well for us to stop anil erijuire, w hat
kind of immigrants ore coming, and
?what kind are most needed in the
State? We confess html the n eres sit A'
."or immigr- lion is so great that n
in oh]<] be f< <di\h for m lo be too
particular at this time. Thern ie
however a tendency which we would
guard against. The planters cry
mostly for laborers. They want their
wastelands cultivated, and they call
for the men whom they can control
for this purpose. This is especially
the case with the largo planters, and
those who have been accustomed tr.
working a large number of hands be
fore the war. It seems to us that the
State Immigralkrn Uurcnu may be
working too much in the interest ol
i this class. Laborers, of course- urt
J -needed, but, iu our estimation, small
farmers, with barely enough money
to buy n little piece of land, and w?r*k
for themselves, will do us infinitely
more good. These small settlors are
the ones to build up the country.
The short experience, since the im
migration tide commenced 'to flow
into the State, shows, that we cannot
make foreign laborers satisfied. On
the other hand, settlers who own the
land and work for themselves, will
not come iu contact with our differ
ent ways and modes of life. It seems
to us that the plan is, if possible, to
establish colonies of actual settlers
in different parts of the State. By
the immigrants being settled close
together the}' will be satisfied, happy
and contented. Besides these colo
nies every farmer who cuts off a piece
of his land-and causes an immigrant
to settle upon it, confers a blessing
upon his State nnd County.
Charlctson is making a praise
worhy effort to improve her condition
Gapt. S. Y. Topper, the President of
the Chamber of Commerce, has writ
ten a most excellent letter upon
the increasing commerce of \.his sen
port to Gen 1. Gilmore to be presented
in his report to the ?war department
in Washington. The letter shows
the great need of the jetties, and oth
er improvements of the harbor, and
we hope the correspondence may re
suit in a liberal appropriation from
Congress. Let our new representa
tive push the cause. What helps
Charleston helps Orangeburg. Be
sides the material gain there is some
thing about the historic old city that
makes us concerned in her prosper!
IHK WORK Or TIME,
While we arc easting about for a
remedy for our political disorder, it
is a consolation to note that time is
gradually working n cure iu the in
cresing wealth of a portion of the
colored peopL. A number of them
are acquiring property in laud, and
just in proportion as they have to
pay taxes, they will be interested in
good govern men mou ft, The pocket
nerve is more sensitive than any oth
er nerve that we may touch. This
i nerve may be small now, but it is
[ gradually growing. We may appeal
to every phase of reason, but nothing
will be as potent as an appeal to the
pocket. All else is-Hcntiiuent. This
is coining down to the practical.
Time will work wonders in this line.
j ake""wk UlilNI) /
j Mr. F. C. Moreheadj the President
1 of the Mississipi Yalhy Cotton Plan
ter's Association has Delivered an ad
dress on "Di ven if;ed Industry,"
which should open the eyes of the
planters of the South who are blind
ly following the old beaten path of
' planting cot ton to the exclusion pi
everything else. Mr. Mo.ihead
shows by actual figures that we art
consuming every year nn immens?,
amount of provisions more than we
produce, and that as we increase the
area of cotton the price goes down,
I the cost of cultivation; remaining the
same. No Country or individual can
j prosper with receiving only 1 per
cent on the.capital invested, and such
is shown to be our condition. We
have aiso.it must be remembered to
buy most of our provisions out of
this small percentage. The way to
be prosperous is to make, as far as
we can, all that Avcneed, and not hnve
to import more than'we export. The
system we are pursuing it ruinous.
The planting*of more provisions, nnd
.diversifying onr crops, is what our
farmers know is best, but some how
they cii n't get over the cotton mania.
The AVwix?_? C?f"nV says truly:
"iu this State, laud is cheap, taxes
are now low, living is easy and farm
ing can be cairied on with as favora
ble opportunities for success as in
any other section of the South', but
our planters are still too much ad
dieted to the practice of depending
upon the granaries and smokehouses
of the Northwest for their supplies.
Fc.pt Morn, S. C, ?Innc Lit Ii I $81.
Mr. ktlil' r :
near Sir; Please allow me a small
spnee in your valuable columns In
reply ton curd of Air. J. A. Pctei kill.
Now, Mr. F.ditor, it is not my pride
lb have niy name ]>arnded in public
print, cspetciaMy at the expense of
iil.herpeople, but lit this juncture 1
a in for< eel toa^kyqii for the favor of ti
space in your vain able paper, so that I
iiiriy dieii'mhe. tl.e iniurl of the public,
iu rcearel to an tin warrant eel and niali
cious fitatenient made ngaiust me in i
your hint msue by Mr. J. A..Peterkiu,
a farmov in our suction.
1 deny Peter kin's accusation most
emphatically, as the eh urge in ttn
warrnntod, and without lin.V founda?
tinn. To the contrary, I did Jill in
? h i' ? i i BBBBHBB 1 B
i' my power, when my country-men
I were in Fort Motto, the time of lenv
? ing, to persuade them to remain. This
? I can prove by a dozen witnesses.
I Now Mr. Editor, I am fully con
vinced that Mr. I'eterkin is uot the
' author\of that miserable charge. He
no doubt has been informed so by an
> other party. In the name of justice,
and by his manhood, I demand of Pe
! turkiu to name his informer, and will
? only hope that he will not w ith hold
f his name. I ?m not surprised when
: Mr. Pcterkin says in Iiis card that I
1 will deny the eh.nrge. He must, no
doubt, have questioned in his mind
the veracity of his in former at the
time of writing, ami knew the charge
was too shallow. Therefore, w hen all
the languages will be confounded,
Mr. Peterkin ought to avail himself
of the blessing first; and not until
theu, should he accuse a man of such
diabolical actions wrongfully.
Yours verv trulv,
Bt virtneof art execution to rnc direc! d, 1
will roll on the finM Monday in July, ono
tract of land containing one hundred and
nine arre*. more or less, boundod on North
by land* of J. F> Williams, Kant by Hocky
swamp. South and West by Iambi of P.
Felder; levud on as the land-of W. II.
Ehney at the Buit of G. A. Neuflcr.
By iitne of sundry executions to me di
ncied, i will sell at Oraiigcbnrg Court
iioUFCon the first Monday in duly ike fol
lowing Real Estate:
A tract of land in snid Comity containing
Olio hundred and ten acres more or Ichs,
bounded l>y J. t> Fanning. J. A Coiiatn,
Mary Tyler and cetntejantls of Allen Tor-,
Forty acres bounded by Lewis .ctromnn,
Allen Porter1!! estate ami lands of Philip
and Joe Mildken; levied on as the property
of K* Camiichael at the suit of -Margnro
One other tract of land containing Seren
ty five Keren, more oi less, bounded North
bv hindn of K. Carniiuhacl. Kant by land* of
.Sirs. Fiilmer, Went liy lands, of the estnle ?f
A. Porter and South*by land* of Ja- Phil
lip* und Walter Juniper, levied on a? the
the j rop'rty of Lewis Slroniau at the unit
of Margaret lorter.
One other tract of land containing fifty
neri h, more or lei-s, bounded by lands of Jo*
I hillii s. K t r.rniichael, est?ue lands of Al
lan Torter and Dean Swamp; levied on a*
the laud of Joseph Millikeii at iho foil of
One oilier tract of land containing Twon
tv five acres more or b-uf bounded by hind*
of E Carmicbael and Lewi*;itroniur.; levied
on as the lands of A. ffarlzog at the suit of
Py virtue of a warrant to foreclose a
Llei: on eicp. to me ironed, by the Clerk o1'
Court of (ifiingebHrg County, I will sell at
the liite Residence of Edward M. Hughe*,
oil the place known as the "lbiily Place,"
of Samuel Dibble, on Thursday, ihc 16til
June. ji?81. during the bga! hours of .tale,
dm crops planted by the said Kdward M.
ILijdies, oii ?dd "P'aily Piacc," and eon
shtiug of about ~0 i-eres of cut toiia 10 acres
of corn, abmit il aeiva uf lie" and ahpiil.l?
acre* of onts, h-vi< d on as the property -Sf
nab! Edward M. Hughes, under lien of
Samuel Dibble. Terms Cadi.
. .A.M SAI.LBV,
Sheriff, O. Co.C.'II , S. C.
Sheriffs ?'fr.ee. May'?, 1XSI._
We now say lm ..io nlllictcl and doubtin g
ones that wo will pay the above reward
lor a (tingle catc of
That the Pad fails to cure. Thin ft real
Itciuedy will positively ami permanently
cure Lumbago, Lame Hack, Sciatica,
(travel. DiahitCf, Dropsy. Bright'* Disease
of the Khhieys, Incontinence and Reich?
tion of the Urine, Inllahinttoii of the
Kidneys, Catarrh of the Bladder, High
Colored Urbie. Pain In the Buck, Hide or
Loins. Nervous U'eakness, and in fact id'
disorders of the bladder and Urinary
OlgaiiH whether contracted by private
disease or otherwise.
I.iulicM, if you arc suffering from
Female Weakness, Ltlicorrheca, or any
disease of the Kuhieyn, Bladdei, or Uriu
lOll CAX MK ClltlED]!
Without swallowing nauseous medicines,
l>y -.simply wearing
FKEN ( II KIDNEY PAD,
WHICH CUKES BY ABSORPTION.
? Ask your clruggl? for PROF; UUIL
MbTTL'S KKENl.ll KIPNEY PAD. and
take ho other. If he has not got it, nciid
S'J.OO and you will receive the P.ul by re
IMIOF. UUILMETTK'S FKKNCH LIVER
W'i 1 positively cure Fcvc I and Ague,
Dumb Agno. Ague Cake, Hi IHous Fever.
Jaiindhc. Dyspepsia, an I all disease* nl the
Liver. Sunn ich ami Blood. Pried $1 5U
by mail. Send for Prof. Moil mi tte'? 'J'rea
lircon thu Kidneys and Liver, free by mil it,
FREKCII PAP W,
'1 oU do. 0|i io.
For sale by Dr. J. 0. Waunauiakcr
Oui geburg. C. H., S. C.
I rniay I'J, kS81 ly,
C pEcTi?MT notice:^
O PAVILION HOTEL.
For the Suninier inunth?:
U.itcH ?1 50, $2 and $J f)0 per day.
According tu Location of Robin;
1:. T. < 1A ILLA11D. Proprietor,
Charit ton, S. C.
Coiikling has resigned! Who
cares? Henry Kohn has 1990] yds.
more of those new, fast color 5 cent
The Manhattan shirt still ahead.
Guaranteed the host shirt in the
world for 5)9 els. Henry Koim al
ways supplied with nil uumbcrB.
Summer silks it 50 and 75 cts. per
yard, and trimming silks and laces.
New lot just in at Henry Kohn's.
Ladies, they have arrived! Those
new sVapcd Fnynl straw'hats, in -all
June fashions now read}'. Call
for a copy of Iiutterick's Metropoli
tan Fashions at Henry Kohn's.
OPERATIVE AND MECHANICAL
Bv Dr. L. 8. WOLL F. Office over
I>. Louis' Stoie. Satisfactir u guaranteed
in all "^oration*.
fisay'Tccth extracted without pain by
the uk> of Nitrous Oxid Gas.
Notice to Whiskey Drinkers.
BELOW find a ft-w brands of Whiskies
which I gtia'nrttcc pure and unadul
terated: Golden Grain live, Old Crown
li\e. Hunter's Mountain Kye. Thc^e are
three of the purest and "best Nhi.-kcys
marin. Maj. I'mil Bourbon, pure N.G.
\Mttt? Corn, Red Corn Whiskey made from
R?l Com, Vine Kreuel? Brandy. Crystall
ized Hock nr.d Rye California IVach and
Honey, the Celebrated Lyon Punch, Wines
of the beet ?i'd | nrest qualities, imported
and dorucmic Gins, Laijor Beer always on
hand, and cold as ice can make it. liittcrH,
all of the bent brand*.
N. B.? I do not, hrad the above, mean
ing that the Physicians and members of
'J empcrance .Societies are drinkers, but
head it in that manner to call the attention
of all to the plant* where they can get the
purest Liquors both for medical, necessary,
and general purpose*. Look for the Ulue
Store. FRANK RISil EH, A#?
Xotiee to Oon?uixier.s ol"
"V^OFlt nttehth.il ia called to a few brands
A of my fine fmoal?ing and chewing
Tobacco's, also Segars and Ccg^rcttcs, which
1 make a specially: (.'hewing?Celebrated
Muzz Saw, the Golden Car, Corn Cob,
?Miqne, Early Hird, Capt. J?ck, Aurora
Pan ( hke, Ruozl, Wold Cnowned Mills
Flora fine Cut, and many other Lrands
uliitl) are not mentioned here, alwayn
on bund; flunking: W; T. Hlokwells & Co's.
Durham, the only genu.'nc. Bhjckwells
Long. Cut, for Pipes hud Ciyretts, Morbtirg
Urtts. MelroVc' Curly Cut, Smokers TrueW
Friend. La ri I lord Solid, put up in tin foil,
(i. YY. Gail & Ax c lebraud Crown Brand.
Scgflrs? wirabdia, Private Slock, Qiieeie
1 iltlt- Lorcna, Puna Sal, Ornato, lilack
lic.Dp. Favoiile, Fnunpre State. Cigarettes
-?Lone Fisherman, Pride of the North,
Litt e Joker, Rlackwell's Durham. All of
l he above arc guaiauteed to be first cl.isss
Give mo a call and he convinced that t
ktcp the best Tolutcf'o'ri in the market.
Look for tiie I Hue .Viore.
FRaNK BISHER, Agt.
?. I SIM k CO
\TT7 K would respectfully ask the public
If to call and examine our atock of
In endless variety.
In all the Late.t and most Fashionable
Both Staple end Fancy
Tho World l?eiib\vriotl
LYON BAKLNG POWDER
I? ii 1? \ a?d I lb packages, guaranteed
liest of ad or uioiiev refunded.
Direct from the Mills, and we call particu
lar attention to two of our Fancy brands,
Which cannot be equaled in this Market,
and which is within the rcaeh of the
poor as well as the rich.
A full and well Selected Steel, from $7 50
to $12 00 per set.
From $2 to $12.
From the Rest Factories in North Carolina
and Virginia, Low fur Cash.
For Ladies, Misses, Children, Men, Youths
Roys in great variety.
riilME will not allow us to mention onr
_|_ Entire Stock. Come and look ami
you will be p1 eased. Buy and you will be
Thomas H. Says or,
COUXSELXOK AT LAW,
Corner Church nud St. Patil Streets,
Orangoburg, S. C
Prompt and careful atlention'given to all
business entrusted to mv care,
jan HI IS81 ty
Announces that lie has returned from
nnvl would call sptcial notice to having
LA KG EST.
MOST SELECT and
COMPLETE) ASSOKTM ENT
Specially ndaptcd for Spring and Summer
wear, of the Latest Ini|>ort.alions, and all
of the Kcal Novelties of the Season, all
Selected with great Car<i ah to lkttt
Grand display of NoTeltie? tu
At tho well known popular "'EMPORIUM*
pieces Hamburg Embroideries* at '3
cents per yard and upward, tiro
greatest variety ever offered.
Torchen, Languidoc, Vermicelli, Breton
Point ])'Esprit, D'Aleiicon, Span
? ish ami other Lacen at
ELEGANT NOVELTIES in mntle up
Lace Goods, Fish us,' Ties, Rnfilcs,
Aprons, ?-c., Ac, it will make you feel
good to takc a look at tbom.
UNEXAMPLED prc'ision of the new
t est;Styles in Fringes, (iiinps, Tubs iJr
Silk ;'Girdles, buttons. Kihhons, Cors etft
(Hoves, Ladies and Children's Hoisery
Handkerchiefs, all new and Great Bar
Fast Color and New Ftvlo Calico n eta.
Eine Yard Wide Figured Cambric*- 9 ?s.
Beautiful Fast Color Yard Wide Lawtte
SPECIAL Bargains in all kinds of House
keeping Goods, ???rh as Toilet Quill*,
Sheetings, Towels. Doilies, Table Damasks,
LEG A NT assortment of Fans, Para
2j sols and SilK UiuhreHas.
CjHOES for everybody in all the New and
kj Handsome Style* for Summer wear.
CLOTHINii fur Boys Youths ond Men
in all the Latest Styles, in vireat Va
riety and at the LowlsI po-sible Prices.
SIIIKTS, Underwear and Furnishing
Uoods. An unequalled line of these
Goods bought direct and only from the
.Manufacturers. A full line of the Celebra
ted Cosmopolitan Custom ?Vlliruij Collars
and Culls. Boys bhirts, Men's Fine Neck
wear, Silk Handkerchiefs, Ac. The yery
Bent linlauudcred bhirts at oO, 75 ctn and
$1. Special ui/.e* made to order.
All sizes of Frame? for Pictures ond
Tke Light Kunning
l>oi5>CMlie Sewing Jliscliiiie,
Needles. OIL Attachments and Parts of
every Machine in u-c.
Reliable Paper Eashions.|
^|_)LAIN, Checked and Fancy Matting
JL just as Low Priced as :any in ike
&i'if' ''In short I guarantee that everybody
shall bo pleaded, having the goods by the
Iciik of thoummds, and Styles by the score,
have then for old and young, for rich nnd
rich and poor, for pretty and plain. I am
prepared to furnish every lady and gentle
man with put what she or he wants, and at
just the price that suits.
COME AND SEE!
The. Boys and Girls arc requested not to
tnics calling for New Cards for their Serap
Books and Collections :
DRY GOODS EMPORIUM!