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Petros Council ?o. 11, R\ k S.\ M.\
Will meet each Thursday at ? o'clock P. M.
tfrom lBt October to 1st April und at 8
^o'clock drom let Ap*'1 l? jHt October, on
ttho following aate?>, June 24, July 22, Aug.
39, Sept. 16, Oct. 21, Nov. 18, and Dec. 1?.
J. F. IZLAR, T. I.
'Q. W..BRUK80N, Recorder.
Enreko Chapter No. 13, R \ A.*. M.*.?
MTill meet each Friday at G o'clock P. M.
ifrom let October to 1st April, and at 8
.o'clock from .1 nt April to lst'Octobcr on the
following Sates, June 18, July 16, Aug. 13,
rSe?t. lO, Oct. 8, Not. 12, Dec. 10.
. W. H. GIRAKDEAU, II. P.
V. j. DeTbsvicle, Sec.
Bfcifcboletfe Lodge No. 28, A.*. P.-. M.v
''Will .-meet, each Tuesday at 7 o'clock,
rVe=E 1st Oct. to'1st April and at 8 o'clock
ifrem let April to 1st October on the follow
ing dntoo, June 8, July 6, 'Aug. 3, Sept. 7,
?Ort. 6, Ker. 2, Dee. 7.
JAS. F. IZLAR, W. M.
Ja?, i. Hhwakd, See.
mmmj-20 1876 7m.
~ t. o. o. r.
E?ioto Ud(?e> No- S3,?Mcota at Odd
yell?we Hall, every Monday "evening at 8
Vclock, from20th March to 20th Sept. and
at 7* o'clock from 20th Sept. to 20th March.
C. D. KORTJOHN, N. G.
O. A. HOUGH, Ree._
m. bis body mecta every second Tuesday
rafter the first Monday of each month, for
Ike transaction of regular business.
Mayors Court, held whenever occasion
Up Day Train. 9 55 A. M]
Down Day Train. 7:30 P. M.
Up Night Cp Train.2:20 A. M
Down Night Train-...11:63 P. M.
Office hours 8 to 2 and 3 to 5.
L O C A x7 V~^ ~
We must apologise for the scarcity
of locals this week, advertisements
crowd them out.
K. Eiekiel has stopped playing
"move house," and tells everybody in
bis "'ad" what he has. Go and see
T. B. Boyd has just returned from
the Nor h, where he has purchased a
Jarge stock of boots, shoes, Ac., he
mill-open next week, next to Mr. Al
tberg?tti, in D. Louis' block.
J. WAJJLACE GANNON?
Just'Iook at his circurious advertise
ment vll .about lions and monkeys aud
"'eich,'* hut lie menus that he has all
aortfl of g??ods to sell.
Bnggmaun &? Kennekcr have found
out that Parker was captured, but if!
customers will only go to took at their
stock of goods, the customer will be
captured, sure pojj.
We have received from Anderson, the
first copy of this paper, and with
pleasure place it on our exchange list,
it is a bright, lively paper, well gotten
up, and deserves a good support.
Meets Monday, and all parties who
have been at any deviltry are hereby
warned to "slide1' until it adjourns,
for the grand jury means business.
We would uot give you even this
notico except that we kuow it is too
late for you evil dooers to get off now.
HOWE'S BIG CIRCUS.
? ^a: ? i /.
Yesterday morniug will long be re
membered by the citizens ofMomphis,
as it gave to Chera a street pageant
wbicb so far exceeded that of any
Circus ever in our city aa to remind
us of the Mardi-Gras turnouts, con
cerning which our readers are so well
posted. In point of artistic merit,
brilliant equipage, novelty of design
and variety of interest, to say nothing
of its magnitude, the street display of
Howe's London circus und menagerie
yesterday was superior to any effort of
the kind ever witnessed in this city.
In realistic ebbet and impression the
features of yesterday's procession com
mand the praise of all who beheld its
sparkling line, and will elicit most
favorable comment from the most,
critical of the spectators, those whose
jeathetio Culture and high apprccia.
tion of such subjects enables them to
recognize its excellence and merit.
The procession started nt half-past
nine o'clock, aud by the time it turn
ed into Main street the walks ofthis
thoroughfare was densely packed with
interested, spectators. The crowd at
Court square aud vicinity was so
large that it wos difficult for pedes
trains to move from one point to
another. In fact, a* the proces'dou
came by, the people in their eager de
light rushed up close to the chariots,
cages and horses, as if impelled with
a desire to seize hold of whatever they
could lay their hands on. We have
not seen such an outpouring of the
people since the last Mttnli Girt*, nnd
?- n m ii i'iiiim
wore pleasantly rehiindcd of that
great oectisioti by tho general chthu
slnsm ftiicl wild joy thftt seized b'btli
the old and the young yesterday vVheU
witnessing the maguifieent pageant.
It is no easy task to give a just and
merited description of the pageant; it
wne something ahove and beyoud the
usual ostentations of a circus, for it ex
hibited both taste and elegance, and
illustrated much which the generality
?of people would naturally admire as
they. would nppreheud it, but which
only the educated can aprcciato,
justly, no they would comprehend its
characters properly. It was a uaticc
able fact that tho pageant attracted
tho bun ton of our.city, for numcjous
indeed were the private carriages con
taining elegant Indies, pretty children
and -wondering old people, whose
hearts were gladdened hy tho exhibi
tion.?Memphis Appeal*, Srpt. I&'th.
This Great Show will exhibit in
this Town on "Wednesday October'
Corrected every week by Messrs. Bull,
Scovill & Pike.
Corrected every week by Mr. J. W, Mbne
New Com..'. 1 00
Fodder, per 100 lbs. 1 00
Rough Kice. 1 20
White Sugar.7(a'8J lbs to the $1 00
Brown " _.8($9 " "1 00
S C Hams... .16 ?18
Smoked Sides.17 C?>18
DS " .15 t&lri
DS .12 (?)
Flour.?6 50(?M0 00
Salt per Back.$2 00
J OISTES, DAVIS
SUCCESSORS TO R. C. SHIVER & CO.,
AND DEALERS IN
Dry Go ids, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mat
tings, Hoots, Shoes, Etc
COLUMBIA, S. C.
The attention of publishers in every part
of this State is called to consider a very im
poitant fact, namely, that the old cstalush
ed bouse of U. C. Sil IVKb & CO. is not
closed but reorganized iqmn the only* basis
that business can be carried on suciefiwJIy,
STRICTLY CASH. '
And wc assure our patrons that we shall
continue -thesaom honorable course of deal
ing with them thai was sod) a dbtingnished
failure with the house of It, 0. SHIVER &
t O. We have now in store the best selected
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
Carpets, Oil Clothi, Window Shades,
Wall Paper, Etc.,
Ever seen in thin city, selected by one of |
the firm, who superintends the business, and
consequently knows the wanbt of ibis com
munity better than buyers residing else
The entire stock will be offered at prices
never before equaled in tbisseetion. The
I'riccH will startle and attract you at sight.
We invite yon tosend at once for
gtampleja of these New
And, if shown to your friends and neigh
bors, we are nur? it will be to your advan
tage to send uh a large order. Wc pay
freight on all bills amounting to $10 and
upwards. All orders must be accompanied
with CASH, or we send them C. O. 1)., and
Best 61c. Prints in the city.
Long Cloths 8i, 10, 12Jc. None
equal to them in the State.
Well known brands of Alpacas and
Mohairs, just imported.
Hosiery -'Department?Full of well
assorted Goods at Popular Prices.
Gents'Furnishing Goods complete, as
Our Boot and Shoe Department is se
cond to none on this continent.
From the cheapest Brogau to the
finest Hand Made Goods.
The most complete and best managed
Carpet Department in the
Cloths, Cassiniercs- and Jeans are
bought hy the case and sold
at a very small
A DV ANCH.
Brown and Blenched Shirtings are
Flannels and Blankets at prices that
We Shall Expeet an Order
From Yon or si Cull When
Yon YiMlt Onr Viiy.
oet 2 1875 Jim
of Til e
-Will be bold at tho town of
OR AtfGEBl I RGr S. C.
Tuesday, October 20 th, 1875,
Friday, October 30tji, 1875
tia? jtekk j
NUMBER $ VALUE!
' JS&- A rticles can bo ENTEUED
till TUESDAY EVENING, and be
allowed to Compete, J
Separate Table, and Separate '
Prizes for Articles Contributed by
Children under twelve years of age.
will take place
ON WEDNESDAY, the 27th.
A GAME OF
THURSDAY, the 28(h,
For the Championship of the County,
aud other amusements will take
place every day of the Fair.
THE ANNUAL ADDRESS
will bk dflivebkd
ON THURSDAY, the 28th.
By COL. I). WYATT AIKEN,
Master State Grange.
Every Accommodation Possible will he
* Provided for both Exhibitors |
Arrangement? have been made with tl e
South Carolina Railroad for the transport*
tion of all Freights for the Fair at ON E
RATE BOTH WAYS, anil EXCURSION
TICKETS will he cold to visitors during the
For further particulars see Premium List,
or address any member of the Hoard of
Directors, at Orangeburg, S. C, or tho
Secretary and Treasurer.
DR. WM. F. BARTON, Prssidkkt.
SAMUEL DIBBLE, Esq.
LAURENCE It. BECKWITH, Esq.
CAPT. F. H.W. BRIGtiMANN.
CAPT. MORGAN J. KELLER.
OMAN B. ill LEY, Ehq.
HARP IN HIGG8, Esq.
Secretary and Trkaruker,
KIRK ROBINSON, Esq.
Bids for the Refreshment Stand or Tables
11 lie received until Tuesday the ?lh day
of Oct. ber, die same will be handed to the
Secretary and Treasurer.
srpt 18 1875 td
The account* of Estate of Dr. F.- S.
Femner, and T. B. Boyd, havebeen placed
in my band? for collection, and if nccesfary
for SUIT. Parties interested will save
.Costa by calling soon.
oct 2 1875 tf
The Death Bed of Andrew
A MAGNIFICENT Engraving, just pub
lished, on heavy plate paper, 1-I.\19 incites
in size. It touchingly portray the last
momenta of the great statesman, with fami
ly, friends nnd physicians grouped sorrow
fully around him. It is a gem ofart.
beautiful iu design, nnd artistic in execution,
and should bang in every home and cottage
in the land. Agents wanted everywhere at
once to sell this and other popular pictures.
Large Pay. No money re.piircd until pic
tures are sold. One copy of tho fine engrav
ing ''Death-bed of Andrew Johnson," with
terms and instructions to Agents, will be
sent by mail on a roller, ami post-paid on
receipt of 30 cents, or two copies for 60 cents.
No terms sent unless sample copy is ordered.
Address (he Publishers,
SOUTH BUN PICTURE CO.,
oct 2 'At
The undersigned would oiler his thanks
to the citizens nf Orangeburg County for tlie
littoral patronage which he has heretofore
enjoyed, and in announcing to them that he
has associated himself with dpt. F. II. \V.
Briggmann, and removed to the NEW
STORE of that gertleman, hopes that hts
<dd friends will hunt him tip there, and
that hi" may add many new ones to bis list.
W. K. CROOK.
ONLY BIG SII?^
10 TIMES THE LARGEST!
DHESDAY, Oct. 27?h. ?
100 TIMES MORE GRAND!
(Jreat London Circus, Saugers' English
Menagerie of Trained Animals,
IR00.U0I8 INDIAN' TROUPE,
Owns, and daily Exhibits the
Only Group of Five Performing Eleuhan t?
In the "World, vir.:
Chie?an, Emperor, Mandrie, Sultan and
All performing in the ring at the name
time, the most wonderful feats ever seen,
just as represented on bills, programme,
etc. Trained and performed by Prof,
Tliat Howes' Great London Circus, etc.,
ete., Owns and only Exhibits the only
Group of Five Royal Bengal Tigers in tbe
World and performing in the ring at tbe
same time. Trained and performed by
That Howes' Great I?ondon Circus, etc..
etc., Owns and dailv Exhibit* tbe ONLY
GROUP OF SIX FIERCE AFRICAN
H YENAS in the world. Trained and sub
dued by the African Canuabal Montau, and
are daily exhibited in tbe public streets ac
companied by their keeper in an open iron
elad den, during the Triumphal Street
That Howes' Great London Circus, etc., etc..
Owns and daily Exhibits the only Three
Hahv Royal Hengal Tiger* (Horn April 21;
1875,) Ever seen in America.
That Howcp' Great London Circus Owns
and daily exhibits Free in the public streets
of each city or place of exhibition, seven of
tbe largest, most costly and magnificently
constructed Triumphal Golden Chariots of
India, or Gar of Juggernaut. The-Chariot
of Commerce, the Car of Euterpe, the Char
' iot of the Sun, tbe Celestial Chariot, the
I Legendary Dragon Chariot, and thcCindc
rill* Crtariot. and make the most (ioiigeobs
Display, while in the Grand Ittptcs-Zonln- '
IlipjKidromatic Triumphal Street Pageant
ever seen. j
That Howes' Great London CireiwOwriRariil
daily exhibits the only Putyquainc in
That at Howes' Great London Circus, Mile.
Cordelia, the Equestrian PheHomena of the
age?"Queen of the Arena" will positively
apper at each performance.
That Sanger?' English Menagerie of Trained
Animals, exhibiting in correction w'ilh
Howes' Great London Gircus, ftua the. JJeAl
Collection of Living Wild Animal* ever ex
hibited south of the Ohio river.
That Howes' Great London Circus, has the
best Zoological Lecturer, (Prof. Ellingham,
from II. I*, M, Zoological Gardens, London,)
That the Proprietors of Howes' Great Lon
don Circus has imported .into the United
States more KUphanLs than any other eon
c?m in America.
That Howes' Great London Circus, owns and
exhibit! daily in the public atrec's the only
Jerusalem Donkeys and Abysiuian Asues
ever seen ia harness in America.
That Howes' Great London'Circus, owns an:!
daily exhibit* in the public streets* he obly
African Zebras ever seen in harness, ( ordin
ary shows have, thcac animals caged); by
this company they are used and driven.the
same a* tbe horse.
$5,000 Challenge 1
That Howes' Great London Circus, owns and
exhibits daily the only Three Horned llin
doostan Hull ever imported into tbe United
That Howes' Great London Circus, Special
Features, as advertised and daily exhibited
by this Company, arc to he seen in m> other
concern in America.
That Howes' Great London Circus, Rangers'
English Menagerie of Trained Animals, and
I Irpquoifl Indian Troup, has ihr best general
outfit in Chariots, ('ages, Vans, Animals,
Horses, Ponies, Mules, Aases, Donkeys,
Wardrobe, Parapbanalta, Hotel, Exhibi
tion, Cook ing, Sleeping and Stable Tents of
any Esquoslrian or Zoological combination
That Howes' Great London Circus, owns
mid runs 42 railroad cars, via: 22 Hat cars
10 palace horse cars, 2 elephant palace cars.
4 box ear-;, 1 baggage ear, 2 palace sleeping
cars, 1 palace passenger ear, this being a
greater number by far than by any Circus,
Menagerie, lite*, in America.
STILL ANOTII Kit
That the Proprietors of Howos' Great Lon
don Circus, have ample means to respond to
any and all parties wishing to accept any
one or all of tbe above challenges.
oct 16 2<
iti >?umiA lO
The Largest Show upon Eurth?Hippodrome, Menagerie, Gircua ? ludiamVi!
Howes' Great London
tut T(T ^ul
The Most Intensely Interesting and Novel
Exhibition in the, florid!
More Wild Htasts, more Men and Horses, Indrc Curiosities, than any Com
bination ever seen.
Th? most Gorgeous otrcet Processi oh ever Given.. Qtt|totiti?|C|rdb^ Hip
podromhtic: ?\ ~| Jpp u
Triumphal feit reel Pageant Tivb Miles in lieugth. A .-blaafl of lOaJ
800 Men and Horsed, at 9 A. M. on each Day of Exhibition.
COMK..EARLY AJ\TbTsKi? I/fcl
NONE BUT ITSELF CAN BE ITS PARALLEL I
Every Feature advertised, truly Exhibited. Kvory ^?Uoft.^fc^A^lpJ^6
Represented. The whole World as Contributors.' 8
OXLY ONE TICKET REQUIRED FOR ALLi
More, Performing Animals than nay other4?a-Meoageriea-iu^ie?AVofld'l?n.?
'UiE ONLY ZEBRAS EVER SEEN IN HARNESS/
Specialities of our great feature: Seven Massive Gold Chariots, 2 Roman
Mas no Equal?no Rival. The -'people and press vouch %^
mm Bin. h'wtul
SPECIAL U. S. DETECTIVE FORCE::!
This is the .only Company i i America tbnt has a Special Detective v. .1
Force for the protection of its nutrons from impositions. No give, away
schemes. No gambling of any kind or nature, and no intoxientihg j liquors
allowed on our exhibition grounds under any pretence whateVerT^ ^ ^
ADLI8SI0W?Usual Price. 1200 Reserved Cushioned Seats.
Doors open at 1 and 7 o'clock P. M., J\or full particulars see Pictorials,
Progruminos, and our iHustoatcd Pictorial, tho advance agent.