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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 19 November 1874

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. How to Banish ,Bats and Mice.?A French paper Bays that petroleum de stroys, all insects and banishes rats and . mioe.O Witer SUgg^y J*S?f**gtmted with petroleum applied to plants infected! with insects, will, it is said, destroy uio | latter at once. _ JjjL". BnowN Gums.?One pint sour milk, two-tablespoopfuls of ^^..?WJi stir in middlings or' shorts unto,, quite stiff : drop in hot gem' pans previously glased and bate quWk-ftn" egg is en fnWovement.. Gems made from white flour, in tho same Vfayra?* very njO>^ Ham Dressed rN OnABET.?Take a alass of ?larofc, a teaspoonful eS sugar, and one of chopped onion; Piaco in a frying-pan ; when tho claret boils place in tho rashers of ham, not out very thick; cool well/'and serve with tho sauco. This is a most appetizing dish. Cleaning Stoves.-?Stovo luster, when mixed with turpentine, and ap plied, in the usual nionnor, is blacker and ?iui? glossy, and more durable than when mixed with nhy other liquid. The turpentine prev...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 19 November 1874

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. How xo Banish-Kats and Micp..--A French papor says that petroleum de stroys, all uiseots and banishes rate and So^W?SKaaiitiy impregnated with petroleum applied to plants infected with insects, will, it is said, destroy tho latter ot.onoe._ Brown Gems.?One pint sour milk, j two tablespoonfulB of brown sugar; i atir in middlings or Shorts until, quite tdrop in hot gem1 pans -previously ? and bake quick?tuiregg is an voment. Gems made from white in the same wayy.arft very nice. Ham Dressed in Claret.?Take a glass of claret, a toaspoonful of sugar, and one of chopped onion J place in a frying-pan ; when tho claret boils place in tho rasher's, at ham, not cut very thick; cool well, and serve, with the sauce. This is a most appetizing dish. Gleaning Stoves. ? Stove luster, when mixed with turpentine, and ap plied in. the usual manner, is blacker and moro glossy, and more durable than when mixed with any other liquid. The turpentine prevents rust, and when put on an old r...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 19 November 1874

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. How to Banish Bats and Mioe.?A French paper Bays that1 petroleum de stroya all {nseots and banishes rats and iniowJoi7?esaiMl& petroleum applied to plants infeotedf with insects, will, it is said, destroy tho latter at. onoe. ??rm?.n r ^ Brown Gems.?One pint sour milk,! two - tablespoopf uIb of brown sugar; stir in middlings or \ shorts until, quite stiflL: drop inJiot gem1 pans previously greas?d and boltG quick?an" egg is on improvomont. Oems made from whito flour, in tho same way, ,a??> very nice. Ham Dressed /.in Claret.?Take a glass of olarot, a toaspoonful of sugar, and one of ohoppod onion ; plaoo in a frying-pan ; when the claret boils place in the rashers of ham, not out very thick; oodl well, and serve with the sauoo. This is a most appetizing dish. Cleaning Stoves, -t- Stove luster, when mixed with fcurpontino, and ap plied in tho u^ar ^aiinor, is blacker and more glossy, and more durable than when mixed with any other liquid. The turpentino preven...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 26 November 1874

gmr ax w $11111! iiTiv/ uSair* /:iau tey.t ?" """' x? ; indent ??*^*;?*?**-rtl0 ? r . ? s t '"IM Mill IER 26, 1874. NUMBER 4-2: ~ V DROWWED. ? Tho fia^hln? llght-honso beacon pales beforo Tbo rnddy harveat-rj - That bathos, and cf Round! Aa wllhHn^eTCltfe tile Lv, A Bhore-belatod sea-bird slowly flana His strong-plumed, dusky wing. ? J /. .i.!. -f. . ?' ' i Tbo plor-llghts. Imaged on the waters, molt To nil vor pillars, auch as visions show O.' palaces whore fabled OsUphs dwelt. \ In legends long ago.* ' ? A Binglo boat steals down tbo moonlit track, , , Through tho still night Its o ir-strokoa echo far; Fringed with cleft light, the ontlins sharply black, Heaven on the harbor bar. What strange frcightTulls. it ?"^3fonier.heavy sail V Covers somo form of blurred'and shapeless dread; Rude la tho pall, but fitted well to veil The ocean's,outcast dead. His name, his history t Vain it wore to guess, But ehort to sum : a waif, a ruiutory : , ,; Death's mocking gloss" upon life's loveline...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 26 November 1874

oramqebu?g times. ORAN?EBUR41,S.C.t NOV. 26, 1874. _,_ -, ?? STILES R. MELLICHAMP, Editor. G. W. WHITEHEAD, PuousnER and Business Manaokk. BQu We are in no tray responsible for the views or opinion* of our Correspondents. ,. :j gj?^_ ? , ??????????????? . 1 ggg-i LEGISLATURE Assembled iu Columbia on Tuesday, still exhibiting Ring-wormy symptoms. K. B. Elliott was elected speaker, and A. O. Jones Clerk. Elliott of course made a speech. Notices of protest were entered against- tho election of ?. P. Leslie of Barmy ell, ahdPdul Jones of Orange burg. The various Committees were ap pointed. THE GOOD RESULTS. ? The political revolution in the North and West has a value beyond the mere foot of a party victory. It is its correct nig influence upon the future action of the Republican party; While the Democrats have won in the recent elections, it should be remembered that some time will elaps9 before they go into power. An interim is therefore left to the Republicans to purify their corrupti...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 26 November 1874

LOCAL l!f EMS. I ORANGEBURG, S. C. NOV. 26,1874. SSf Mr. Kikk Robknson i* authorized to collect and rcooipt for advertisements and ?ubscriptions to the Time*. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Ont Copy for one year, ? - $2.00 " " ?? Cix Month*, - - - 1.00 To-day is Thanksgiving day. It is said that tho Bridge over the Edisto is in a very unsufo condition. The Agricultural Society held an important meeting at the Fair Build ing on Saturday lnst. It is stated that, owing to the recent ?warm spell, Yellow Jack has agnin turned up in Charleston. Wb see by the Free Citizen that A.^J. Knowlton Esq., is spotten of for the vacant Judgeship. Any person having two fine milch cows with young calves to dispose of, may find a putchaser by applying at this of lice. Tim Orangeburg Confeience of the South Carolina (Lutheran) Synod will meet in the Lutheran church of this place on Friday nest, at 10 o'clock. Preaching that night by Rev. T. W. Do^eh, D. D., of Charleston. We would state for the information of t...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 26 November 1874

USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. tZ+??T?? Xlotuoral ofBry.PuUy. According to an English journal, the difficulty of removing hard putty from a window sash Can be obviated with great readiness by.simply a?ply&g a piece of boated, metal, suoh as a solder ing-iron or cither f ?imilar implement. When heated^but not red-hotVthe Iron is to be po?secf slowly over the putty., thereby rendering the latter so oolt.tnat it will part from the wood without .>ny trouble._ Heil? ot BnlptowinIceland. The discovery , of immense -beds of Bulphur in Iceland bids fair to toftke tt; material ohange in the trade of that substanoe, the Italian, mines, according to recent aocounts, haying become to oonsiderableldegree exhausted; AnEng liBhman, Mr. Locke, has purchased six square miles in the region" adjoin ing Lake Myvatn, in which are moun tains ot almost BoUa enlphn^^ftg^] low color of which is visible at .a- glW) distance. ; _ Hats. ?;. To banish rats plant asphodel near the barn or stable where they are, or put...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 26 November 1874

USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. Iluuiovnl of Uvy.l'Jitty. - j According to au English journal, the difficulty of removing hard putty from a window sash oan be obviateoL with great readiness by simply applying a piece of heated.metal, such a^a solder ing-iron or dther f similar , iraalement. When heated.(but. not red-hbtvthe iron is to be passed slowly over the pu-ty, thereby rendering the latter so'soft .that, it will part from the wood without >ny trouble._ > V* .-T- J* Ileds of Hulphur.in Iceland? The discovery of immense beds of sulphur in Iceland bids fair to make'a material change in the trade of that 'substance, the Italian,, mines, according to reoent accounts, having become to a oonsiderable^degreo exhausted. An Eng lishman, Mr. Looker, lias purohased six square miles in ths'isgi^; adjoin ing Lake Myvatn, in which.' tains of almost solid sulpha, low color of which is visible" _ distance. ? Hats. V To banish rats plant asphodel near the barn or stable where they are, or put some in t...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 26 November 1874

USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. Ilmuovnl of a?-y.rut?y. ? J According to an English journal, the difficulty of removing hard putty from a window sash can be obviatecLwith great readinoss by , simply applying a piece of heated metal, such as a tsoider ing-iron or other f similar implement, When heated^Cbut not rad-fibtvlhe iron is to be passed ^slowly over- tho putty,; thereby rendering tho latter BO'soIt,thttt. it will part fiom the wood without^ny trouble._ Ueds ot yuipixi'v J'? IceJaitd. The discovery of immenso beda of sulphur in Iceland bids fair to make "a material change in the trade of that 'substance, the Italian, miue.s? according to recent nooounts, having become to a oonsiderable"degree exhausted.' An Eng lishman, Mr. Locke, has' puroheaed six square miles in tho* regio? adjoin ing Lake Myvatn, in which aro moun tains of almost solid milph^riklm|?gw^; low color of which is viaiolo W^^grBBlf1 distanoe. lints. To banish rats plant asphodel near the barn or stable where they are, or put s...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 3 December 1874

??inn if a" i fvWn ^W?>? .V ., II??, a m i! :i : fit) '71 iHI Hit .il ? i.II'W .A.n. Independent Paper Devoted to the. ? Interestn ,' ot ? '-tlie People. _Li_Li_:_ Ii I I ' - . Sri- ? ti ,jrt?f rYOLUME III; ORA!NGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1874 SP 1 V,: j iiirjjrii liioii: . 1 . I I r * r- * BY WILI, WALLACE HABS ijtilot hol? tho earth Beneath tho winter moon, , the kottloprooiicd. up?? tho hcatU,, a Bweet, old-fashioned tune. Tho cricket 1 ,o oh't cloi With tho Clicking of tho cricket, And red coals in tho chlmnoy-ylace. Peeped qut, with, many a rosy face, l,li.e berries in n thicket. The crano's arm, otnpty, stttok out stiff, . VAnd tlnwaro ?u\t?o.Bholve? 'S \ Twinkled and WlnktMPut every gllD*, In the flickering flre-llgtt, as if They whispered to tnemtelvOB.; Tho good dame, iu her rutiled cap, Counted her slitchoa alowly, AndthO <jid luan, with full many a gal', Bead from tho big book on his lap, Tho good words, wise and holy. Tho old clock clicked; the o...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 3 December 1874

OllAIN GELUHG TI_M ES. OKAMIEHUKU, S. CM. !)K(3,''3, 1874. STILES B. MELLtCIlAMP, Editor. - 1 ~-==M^--~ G. W. WHITE11EAD, FuBuaiiK? and Business Manaokk, TVe are in no tray responsible for the vieies or opinions of our Correspondents, There is no duibt that tue recent Democratic victories' will iu a great " measure cause"'the"Republican party to correct their excesses, and therefore lend immeasurably to the Reformation of the country. These victories have come like a thunder clap upon the Repablic&Q leaders, and convinced, them that if they wish to retain power they must change their policy. It is the opinion of some that they will make the most of the short period they have, for personal aggrandize ment; but we think they will rather improve this opportunity by endeavor ing to present a clearer record for the campaign of 1876, ami thus secure a continuance of their .'lease of power. This disposition is manifested not only in national politics, but in State legis lation, against...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 3 December 1874

LOCAL ITEMS. ORANGEBURG, S. C DEC. 3, 1874. Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorised ? ? to .oUcct and receipt for advertisements and lUbscrlptions to the Time*. Our friends wishing to have advertisements inserted in the TIMES, must hand them in by Monday .morning, 10 o'clock. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy for ope year, - $2.00 u * " Six Monthe, - - - 1,00 Many of the Bills brought before tile Legislature would indicate reform. It remains for timo to prove whether this is only a semblance or a reality. New Goods I New Goods 11 Head Mr. Fischers advertisement. He is de termined to keep up with the times. Wk ceo by the Kershaw Gazette that the Rev. T. H. Legare of our Town delivered an address in Caniden in the interest of the American Sunday School Union. Rev. S. T. Hall man of the Lutheran church preached a very practical ser mon on Sunday night at the Metho dist church on the subject of peace as one of the essential fruit? of the spirit. ? Bowen was on the platform at Branchville Thursday...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 3 December 1874

JREADlNG.yL Ik is generally conceded that except | i ,.witu very light lands all soils are bene. fltod by fall plowing. Oaro must bo exercised, however, that they are in a proper condition of ?dryncBS. - Tho freez ings. fcaloTSavings. A.mief JUflorflof their being plowed, when more saturated ,i iwithi water than is, otherwise, ?ftfe.? American Farmer. ..... Cnl J?oral?, ?tf? ;Sugar. The beet sugar factory at Sacramento is reported as under successful-opera ,r- tion'; the'working up*if< this yea**$ fcr?p having commenced Sept.120. Tho crop of sugar beets to.be worked np amounts to ne^l^40,0?^jtons., ;Thb field-gang of 45 'men is gathering the crop as rap idly as possible. The faotory is worked night and day by gangs of 45 men each, relieving each,.?ther,~j The utjgar pro duced is said to be superior to any other' raw sngar in the market. JhllrcrOBB; who resides near Middle ton, Del., the Horticulturist says, owns the largest peach orchard in-the world. Last year ho shipped to Now ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 10 December 1874

mm_ -?-r??r?:_-r . -T >y r ff1-~ ! T 8 a ? H ? u (tow dent Paper Devoted 7$ -?Mrj-U< > i'> ??? * ' ? ? " ksit?tl?'/,t Vtft?W IH.: r 'v 1M ^^cttS^OTUiG, SOUTH CAROLII^ mi t i" f'f' 11 ? ? ' " i"\; " ill ! . .. .i .i M Jiili iliiiuu litu* 1 ? - - 1 Jr.ii! JUY AUPJE.I.. Only a mau dead in his bed?that is a!? t Stark, stiff aud ri fii\?whlto fnco to tho wuli. l?.put of ft-estetfaiy, somewhere,' to hero? alps flrwttsUJtyo^^ftiitta.anyftaBro near. utod omployihmit?that's wbat ho paid : Xo work to give him?next thing bo's dead. What aid be die of, nlr? .Can any one toll 7 ? l A lit, dl'I they iuLnx it was v Last night ho was well. Heart disease? Maybe. What was bis name? Don't know: ^ldn't register, sfr/whon he came, ^ \\ l.auil'num, thoy said it was, thorn on tho stand Mo, stranger; don't reckon, bo held,a fair hand. , ? Suicide? Yes, that's what tho coroner said Scooped out, was what pnt tho thtng in bis bead. Monoy? Cltteaa not, nlr 7 Why'bo hadn't onongh To pay for tb.it) h...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 10 December 1874

OB AH GEB?RG tIMES. ?RAReEBURG.S.C, JMX. 10, 1874. ,* 8TILE8 K. MELLICHAMI?, Editor. G. W. WHITEHEAD, Publisher and Business Manaoku, BA> *V* ore in no way responsiBto for the ?tfe?? or opinions of our Correspondent!. A dispatch from Vicksburgsnys that seven hundred negroes attacked that eity December 7th, and were driven back with a loss of twenty-five killed ?Od "wounded ahd'forty prisoners. Whether the cry of re-form in South Carolina means more than words and the Writing of1 Inaugurals, . time nlono can decide. Certain it is that the very life of tho Republican party demanded tt change, and a radical change too, for tbo disease was too deep rooted to -be cored by a mere feint. Practical reform or a most ingenious feint in that direction was absolutely necessary for tho salvation of "the party,' and hence the seemingly, strange Bounds which wo now hear around us are not surprising, but are recognized as rallying cries in preparation for tho national campaign of 1876. Democrati...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 10 December 1874

* LOCAL ITEMS. ?- -? _ ORANGEBURG, S. C DEC. 10, 1874. HtST Mr. Kmx Rodinbok is authorized to ?licet and receipt for advertisement* and subscriptions to the Tines. Our frlenda wishing to have advertisements IttMrted in tho TIMES, must hand them in by Monday raornmg, 10 o'clock. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: Ome Cbpy fcr on* year, - $2.00 * ? Six Months, - - -^.1.00 . _... See notice of n neat residence and building lot for Bale in this issue. . We regret to learn of the serious illness of Mr Jcnuey at his residence in town. Actions speak louder thai? words. Chamberlain has given us his words; let us now look to his acts. A'CTfcauog is called to the notice of the Agricultural and Mechanical As* sociation in another column: Santa Claus is coming! If you doubt it, just go to Dr. Dukes', and examine his fine selection of Christmas toys Ac, for the children. The Union-Herald says: "The ap pointments of his excellency yesterday chow that he proposes to stand squarely by his friends." Tin: Americ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 10 December 1874

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. rseneis. two eggs un< thenfcWrl tiro sfoowuls of whitewawj grate in a emoll nutmeg, and then add l'olnto Palt? etoluiTt?^ of meltec butter, beating to a cream; add two , W^eU-beaten .egge'i one cuA of cream or milk; p^ur into a deep dish; ?btwem a' nniok oven. _ Take three eggs, half a cup of bu( , aoup of llonr, a toaspqohful of or, in lieu of the soda and cream one nud a half toaspoonfuls of baking powder ; bake in thin cakes; spread with Jelly;Wd foil'"with tho jelly t^ido in*- ouAin slices across .fche^rolfcro?** Take nino soda crackers, break them and pour over them two oups of feojUi ing^Ustftafc^^tafdflu?i flfcduccd spoons vinegar, or two of tartario acid; flavor with lemon or orange. .. This, is Buffloient for three* pies. c&?* x' * - Paddlng%<l}I'ii-Jlv > Two eggs, one cup of sweet milk, one pint of flour, two ieospoonsf nls of .cream j of tartar, one teaspoonftu 'of soda, two 1 tablospoonfuls .Of .(butter, and one of sugar. This is to be steam...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 17 December 1874

bill fcl cL V'.J.*- JUfiVOIlUUil Ii > ? Yd il '? j'i' . /: ytii 4Ai I [I u JIM,,!;1 B^0<iooqT5T?i!%ffl j^'ti ^'dependent it Paper Devoted to .tUo .J^toir.e^.:,^ tf**?r l?etopXe. i ROTTTTT D ARO UNA TWfrT*^ fi&i? - ., , ; . ctct. t v? Iii 7/ ;Vf . QRA^EBWIUj^SQimi CAROLINA,. TH^??v:D^MBMft ' J ,NU^KR,,45;:, -\ .31 >/ r-JE-fr^eu. f?- ? ?? ^OUT OF THE WINDOW. mil of tho window sho loanod, and laughed, > A girl's langb. idlo anrtfoollsbtfiud Bwoot,?, - i Foolish,aud idlo, lt *opfl*d Uail call, . * Up ho W?A?altJo tolai?dngVc& \Jr '? \VhobancaTlRbTth6 laii?b aa it fluttered aud foil, Aud eye to oyo for a moment tbcro Ihey held each other aa If. a s^cU.. All in a moment passing there,? And into her idle, empty 2ay,. All in that raomont aomtfhlnq now. '". : ft\ , Suddenly Boomed tO(flAd lUPway.' ^ W ? And through aud through tbo clamoroua hours ? That niado his clamorous busy day, A girl's laugh, idlo aud foolish and awoot, Into every bargain found its way. And through ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 17 December 1874

ORAtf GEBURG TIMES. OHAXGBBURO,S.GM DEC. 17, IS74. , STILES K. MELLICHAMP, Editor. G. W. WHITEHEA0, rUDM3HF.il AND BUSINESS M AN AO KU. B@u We are in no tcwy responsible for the view or opinion* of our Correspondtnls. OUR CIRCUIT JUDQEShIP. As we predicted in ourlast, J. P. Reed has been elected Judge of this circuit. Just before the Gubernatorial election he advocated the claim of Chamber Iain to the office of Governor, and now just before the Judicial election Chamberlain in turn advocates his claims to the office of Judge: Reed said in his letter of explanation that a very short time would prove the wis dom of his course, and there is no doubt that Chamberlain has taken the wisest course for the good of bis party. Just such inaugurals and such steps are necessary for the salvation of the Re publican party and Chamberlain is sensible enough to see it, and act upon it, despite the mortification of old Re publicans at seeing this Democrat just said to be transformed into Republi can...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 17 December 1874

ORA?, GEBURG TIMES. OKANOEBURa.S.C, DBG. 17, 1374. , STILES K. MELUCHAMP, Editor. G. W. WHITEHBA0. PUBLISHER AND BUSINESS M AN AG Kit. B?&? We are in no way responsible for the views or opinions of our Correspondents. OUR CIRCUIT JUDGESJblP. As we predicted in our last, J. P.Reed has been elected Judge of this circuit. Just before the Gubernatorial election he advocated the claim of Chamber Iain to the office of Governor, and now just before the Judicial election Chamberlain in turn advocates his claims to the office of Judge; Reed said in his letter of explanation that a very short time would prove the wis dom of his course, and there is no doubt that Chamberlain has taken the wisest course for the good of bis party. Just such inaugurals and such steps are necessary for the salvation of the Re publican party and Chamberlain is sensible enough to see it, and act upon it, despite the mortification of old Re publicans st seeing this Democratjust said to be transformed into Republi...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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