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reti-OB Council No. 11, R.\ & B.\ M.\
"Will meet each Thursday at 0 o'clock P. M.
from 1st October to 1st April and at 8
O'clock from 1st April to 1st October, on
the following dates, June 24, July 22, Aug.
19, Sept. 1?, Oct. 21, Nov. IS, and Dec. Hi.
J. F. IZLAR, T, 1,
G. "NV. Biiunsojt, Recorder.
Eureka Chapter No. 13, R.\ A.-. M.* ?
?Will meet each Friday at 6 o'clock P. M.
from lit October to lpt April, and at 8
o'?lock from 1st April to 1st October on the
fallowing dates, Match 10, April 7, May 5,
June 2, Aug. 4, July? Sept. 1, Oct. 27,
Nov. 24, Dec. 2?.
J. F. IZLAR. M. E. H. P.
J. M. BnuNsoN, Sec.
?hibbele.il Lodge No. 28, A.'. ?.-. M.v
"Will meet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock,
from 1st Oct. to 1st April and at 8 o'clock
from lBt April to 1st October on the follow
ing dates, Feb. 1, Mar. 7, April 4, May 2,
June 6, July 4, Aug. 1, Sept. 5, Oct. 3,
Nov. 7, Dec. 6.
JAS. F. IZLAR, W>M.
Geo. "VV. Brunson, Sec.
kiay 29 1875 7 m.
iT iTcK ?7je\
Edisto LodRO No- 33?Meets at Odd
Fellows Hall, every Monday evening at 8
o'clock, from20th March to 20th Sept. and
at 7i o'clock from 20th Sept. to 20th March.
A. FISCHER, N. G.
C. D. BLUME, iec.
This body meets every second Tuesday
after the first Monday of each month, for
the transaction of regular business.
Mayors Court, held whenever occasion
SONS OF TEM?K K AJV CE.
Orangeburg Division No. 24, meets every
Monday evening in the basement of the
l o -o a. i
A new fence has been put up m
front of Mnj. Whnlcv's oflice.
Mr. Albrecht hits recovered bis
The Rev. J. Bnchman llaskcll will
preach iu the Lutheran Church on to
rn or row.
Hon. T. C Andrews has been com
missioned a Trial Justice for this
??Ar<p Haven whs iu Orangeburg
-during the first part of the week. Mo
?was the ?niest of the Ucv. Or. Webster.
Lead ;i<!vertiseiuent <d" iJi the mal- '
V?:-r6f JninesO: J>. C haney; hank nipt, |
?copied from the Lexington Iltsj.itd-h. j
Mr. \V. 11. 1 'cm ycli ur -.-bow c 1 us
\a ?* j ani:-li eoiii the other day; over u
?Century old, having lieeii miuie in
It is jejorted that Congressman
Ri'ii v i.- likely to lie the candidate of
the -J?fjuhlicans of ihis Mniu for
? i. ? ?-?
No wonder the people have Confi
dence, win n the best physicians are
prescribing l)r. Hull's cough syrup in
sill eases of cough, cold, etc.
Mr. Frnritz Hriggmatm spm ts the
finest buggy ever seen in Orangeburg.
It was built ill. th.s plnce by Mr. P.
Mr. .Biggs' residence caught fire on
Thursday lust on the roof near the
chimney. It was discovered by Mr.
Ernst Mcntzcl and put out by that
A little plan has been hatched in
court circles to elect a little admira
tion clique, and thereby keep warm
that bonanza we spoke of sometime
J. VPallacc Cannon maintains his
reputation right straight along. His
store is crammed with dry goods,
shoes, hats, groceries, crockery and
tin ware. Wallace also keeps fine
wines and liquors constantly on band.
The advertisement of Messrs. Brigg
mann & Itennekcr, abuding to the
connection of their house with Presi
dent Grant, will explain itself. P, r
haps it is not generally known that
the great Washington Mogul orders
his supplies from Orangeburg.
Major Willoughby, an experienced
and favorably known journalist, is in
Orangeburg as the guest of Di*. Web
ster. The Major expresses himself
as delighted with the climate and ap
pearance of the place. We wish somo
one would prevail on him to make his
home amongst us.
The advertisement of the Enter
prise Club Saloon occupies a conspicu
ous place in to-day's paper. V. W.
Bull & Co. promise to keep every
thing there that is good for the inner
man. Order will be kept in tho sa
loon, and amusement is thus guaran
teed U the most'?fastidious.'' Coll at
the Enterprise Club Soloou.
As was recently announced, tho
McMicbael House has changed hands,
and will hereafter bo conducted by
Mrs. A. P. Norris. The name of the
hostess is a sufficient guarantee that
first class accommodations will bo
TUE NEWS AN!)'COURIER?
Must bo excused for writing on the
growing of jute, and Bcechcr, and
Mrs. Til ton for the nest throb or four
months. Tho Democrats havn'tsaid
yet what they intend to do in conven
tion, and our contemporary will have
nothing to do with politics till that
The case against the parties who
shot Shirlock some time ago, camo up
before Trial Justice Giraradeau, for a
preliminary hearing, on Monday last.
Messrs. Browning & Browning ap
peared for the State, md Mr. D. A.
Strakcr for the prisoners. After con
siderable testimony had been taken,
Mr. M. I, Browning moved that the
prisoners be held for trial at the Ses
sions' court. This motion waB resisted
by counsel for the defence, but the
Trinl Justice decided to hold tho cul
prits for trial. Failing to give bond
they were scut back to jail.
i ? 11 -a-? -< r u. -
The following from Mr. G. A.
Neu ire r, handed to us by our friend
A lb recht, may be of interest to many
of our readers:
Twenty-seven flour mills in the
city of St. Louis, Mo., manufactured
during the year 1865, 1,424,821 bar
rels flour. Received from other points
1,300,381. Total 2,725,202.
One mill produced 180,8(57 barrels.
Exports during the year, 2,480,877
barrels. Large quantities of this
flour was shipped by mil to the Gulf
ami South Atlantic Slates. The above
The store at the railroad, kept by
S. E. Tohin & Co., has been replen
ished witli all sorts of nice things for
the people. Mr. S. A. Albcrgotti re
cently returned from Charleston where
he purchased line selections of dry
goods, shoes, hats, groceries, tobacco,
cigars, &c, all of which are for sale
at prices corresponding with the hard
times. His supply of Spring calicos
hud shoes ai^e exceptionally g"')d, and
-can le had at a Sinti 11 advance above
Charleston pi ices. Indeed, the rail
road store is just tlie place to get
suited now. One can get there what*
evT he 5nay want with but little
THE LOST CA USE?
A magnificent picture 14x18 inches
in si/.t , printed on heavy plate paper,
beautiful in design and artistic in
execution. It represents a Confeder
ate Soldier after the war returning to
his home, which he find? lonely and
dosolatfc. In front ol the ruined cot
tngp, telling it sail till of the miseries
of war, arc two graves with rude
crosses, on one of which some friendly
hand has hung a garland. To the
right the calm river and the rising
moon indicate peace and rest. The
stars sem through the trees, repre
sent the Southern Cross. It is a pic
ture that will touch every Southern
heart and should find a place in every
Southern home. Sent by mail moun
ted on a roller and post-paid on re
j ceipt of 25 cent, or 3 for GO cents.
Address John Burrow & Co., pub's.
August Fischer is a jolly good fel
low, and likes first-rate to make
things jolly around him. The "devil
among the tailors" was recently in
troduced here by several enterprising
gentlemen, to whose places of busi
ness the now attraction brought con
siderable crowds. Now, be it known
that Fischer is not a selfish man, but
he could not stand to be outstripped
by the "devil'' and his "tailors;"' so be
at once retired to himself, threw his
head upon his band and resolved to
buy a Tivoli table. When the thing
arrived here, Fischer sent for bis
friends, and said to them, "Behold
here what 1 have. Come unto me all
ye that love amusement and I will
give it to you !" His request has been
complied with. His place is crowded
daily. Those wlu go tbero leave
happy. Give Fischer a call every
body. He has a store full of every
thing good. And his Tivoli can amuse
any number of people from early
morn till dewy eve.
?'?- ma ? ami
A LITTLE DIALOGUE?
Sneezer?Captain you must consent
to run for the office I suggested to
you the other day. If you will man
age your portion of the county, I will
control nil the votes my way. With
you in, matters will drift along like
greased lightning. Thcro is no doubt '
but tbat I will retain my office, for I
know how to pull wool over the eyes
of both parties pretty well. Hence, I
expect an endorsement from both
sides of the house when it becomes
necessary for mo to do so to save my
Captain?Ohl I'll run. I want
office too much to decline. But to put
ourselvcssafe beyond all contingencies
that might nrise, wouldn't it be wise
to see to it tbat a senator favorahl?
to our schemes bo elected ?
Sneezer?You bet I've got that
fixed. My man will go to Columbia;
and, moreover, he will not do so with
without leaving a written pledge with
me. Don't you fret yourself, my dear
fellow. I have the stuff that has made
and unmade greater men thau sena
Captain?Enough pnid. I under
stand you. The Senator is to be our
tool when elected. Good day 1 But
say, Mr. Sneezer, you must keep on
talking for me. My stock needs a
considerable advance before the sit
ting of the Convention.
Sneezer?Pshaw! man, the conven
tionites will want favors from me.
Those they will get in proportion as
they lollow my orders. Do you un
Captain?There's no hell if you
ain't a trump! God bless you, Sneez
er! Good bye, agnin.
[The eud until the. noxt inter
01} ITU A it Y? ^ *"""""
Another ol earth's sweetest flowers
has faded, the light of another
bright star has been veiled in dark
ness. On the 28th of February,
Bertha, aged three years and three
months, the infant daughter of Mr.
and Mis. J. C. Pike, bade adieu to the
scenes of this mundane sphere. Her
winsome face and beaming eyes will
never more scatter gladness over the
paths of those who loved her in the
flesh. Her innocent soul has found
refuge beyond the darksome port of |
death, and is now one of the loveliest
stars of that bright constellation of |
angels which adorns the courts of
The following lines appropriately
express the feelings of the bereaved
parents, to whom we extend our
Takeaway ilia empty crad'e,
Pul tlie play things out of sight,
Take those little shoes and hide them,
Lest they break my heart to night.
Take that little chair now vacant,
Where she med to sit and play,
In her innocence and pleasure,
Whiliiig happy hours away.
Let me kiss hut once the ringlet,
Severed from her Angel IJroiwJ
Just before she smiled and left me ?
Takcit, fer I'm weeping now!
"Sir," asked an attorney of a wit
ness testifying in u case of assault ami
lmttcry, "Have you ever been in this
court before ?"
"Yes, sir," replied the witness,
have been here often."
"Ah, been here often, hive you ?n
said the attorney, in a triumphant
tone. "Now tell the court what for.
"Well,'" replied the witness, slowly,
"I have been here at least a dozen
times to sec you, to try and collect
that tailor's bill you owe."
CUT THIS OUT,
It Muy Save Your Life.
There is no person living hot what sutlers
more or less with Lung Dists?re, Coughs,
Colds or Consumption, yet some would die
rather than pay 75 cents for a bottle of
medicine that wotdd cure them. Dr. A.
L?schet.-'s German Syrup has lately been in
troduced in this country from (ieimany,
and its wonderons euros astonishes every
one that try it. If you doubt what we say
in print, cut this out and take it to your
Druggist, Dr. A C. Dukes, and get a sample
bottle for 10 cents nnd try it, or a regular
size for 75 cents.
dec 11 tf
OFFICE OF COUNTY TREASURER
Or a no KnCRO, S. C, Feb. I7tb 1876.
The time for payment of Taxes has been
extended to the loth of March next, after
which time the penalty will CERTAINLY
attach, fake notice thereof and govern
I yourselves accordingly
J. II LIVINGSTON,
Orangeburg County, S. C.
feh 10 3t
The Subscribers arc local Agents for the
Security Lifo Insurance and Annuity Comp
any of New York, and for 3 Fire Insurance
Companies; and will be pleased to rccive
from their friends, and all others, applica
tions for insurance of either kind.
The Security Life is Well known as one
of the most reliable Companies in tho
United Stales, and the Fire Companies they
represent are believed by them to be emi
nently safe and trustworthy.
1IU1SON & iiursoN,
dec 25 3m
Notice of Dissolution
Tho limited Partnership entered into or)
tho Thirteenth day of October, A. D. 1875,
by Joab W. Moselcy, as general Partner
and Sarach E. Tobin, as ppecial Partner,
trading under the firm name of Joab W.
MoBeley. Tho certificate whereof is record
ed in the office of the Register of Mcsne
Conveyance for Orangeburg County afore
said in Book No. 14, pages 45, 452, 453, lias
been this day dissolved by mutural eonecnt
nnd notice of this dissolution 1ms been duly
filed and recorded in the said office.
Orangeburg, S. C, Feb. 18th I87G.
J. W. MOSELfcY,
SARAH 10. TOBIN,
feb 19 3m
Notice of Dismissal
Notice IB hereby given that I shall one
month from date file our final account with
the Honorable Judge of Probate for Orange
burg County S. C. a? Administrator* of the
Est i to of David J. Rumff, and ask for Let
JOHN S. ROWE,
Wm. C. WOLFE,
feb 19 4t
Notice of Dismissal
Notice is hereby given that I shall one
month from date file my fund account with
the Honorable J udge of Probate for Orange
burg County, S. C, as Guarian of Wm. N.
Carson, and ask for /.cttcra of dismissal.
SARAH J. CARSON,
feb 19 4t
Sale Under Mortgage.
By virture of a certain Mortgage, 1 will
sell at Orangeburg, 0. II., on the (5th day of j
March 1876, foe Cash, One Sorrel Horse aa
the property of James Hampton under
Mortgage to Geo. Boliver.
. ALLEN BROWN,
feb 19 3t
By virtue of Sundry Executions to me dir
ected, I will sell to the highest bidder,
at Orangcbnrg C. II. on the First Mon
diiy in March next, for Cash, all the
Right Title and intcrcHt of the Defend
ants in the following property, vis:
1 Lot of Merchandise, One Mule, One
Wagon, and One Timber Cart, Levied on aa
the property of John D. Foglc, at the suit
of Crane, Boylston & Co., and others.
2ITorsc3, 1 Wagon, and Dry, Levied on as
the property of J. W. Larey, at the suit of
Marlon & Co.
rangeburg C. IL, 1
SherifTs Office, \ E. I. CAIN,
Feb. 19th, 187?. J S. O- G.
Martha Stroman, Adiu'x
"VP. A. O'Cain tl at.
In Re. Ex. Parte
James E. Boaard.
By virture of thejudgmenl, herein, I will
sell, for cosh, at Orangeburg C. H., on the
first Monday in March next, during the
usual hours of sale, at public outcry, the
following tract of land, viz:
All that tract or pared of land in Orage
burg Oounly, containing 50 acres, moreor
Icjs, being a portion of 000 acres, of which
Abwtoni Stroman died, seized, and which
in his life time, he bargained torellto
James E. Bozard and one J D. Ricken
baker, whereon the said James E. Bozard
Purchaser to pav for papers and recording.
Orangeburg U. II., 1 E. I.CAIN,
Sheriffs Otficb, / S. O. C
Feb. 19 th 1876.
W. J. DeTrcvillc, \
vs. / Foreclosure.
Ned Paul ling. J
By virturc of the judgment herein, I will
sell at public auction on the first Monday of
March next^ during the usual hours, at
Orangchurg C. II>, the following tract of
AH that tract or parcel of land situate in
the County of Orangeburg in St. Matthews
Parish, bounded West by lauds of David
Stack, North, East and West by lands of A.
J. Ilydriek containing 1491 acres, more or
!ess, known as the ??Ileigler Tract" con
veyed by II. RigKs, Sheriff to W. J. De
Treville " 2, Oct. 1S71 and conveyed by W.
J. DeTrcvillc to Ned Paiilling.
Terms?One half cash, balance on
credit uf twelve mouths, purchaser to give
bnnd bearing interest from day of sale, and
Mortgage of the picmises to iccure the
credit portion, and to pay for paper* and
Sheriffs Office? ")
Orangebnig C, !!., V EI. CATN,
Feb. 19th, 18/fl. ) S. O. C.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
In the Common Pleas.
The State Ex rclatione Solitor^ Bill to
of the Southern Circuit I perpetuate
In re j
[Lost Documents. J Testimony
Ex Parte Rebecca A. Gleaton.
Application having been made by Rebecca
A. Gleaton to prove the pa.U existence, loss,
and contents of the last Will and Testament
of Pcmpsey Corbitt deceased.
In accordienee tonn order made in the
said case, and on motion of Messrs Izlar &
Dibble, Solicitors for Applicant, it is order
ed, that all persons who desiro so to do, ap
pear and cross examine tlio evidence pro
duced, and introduce evidence in reply
before me on the 23rd day of March A. D,
1876, at my office, Oran^eburc. S. C.
February 11th 1876
feb 12 ? 6t
JUST RECEVIED FROM
D. LANDltETH & SON
E. E. EZEIjjlEL.
j?n 1 tf
T. KOHN & BROTHER
Arc iiTreceipt of all kinds of Goods for the Season. Just received
100 pieces of Prints of the Latest
Styles, selling Cheap.
Also just iii
Bleached and Brown Domestics
CHEAPER thau they have been for che past TWENTY YEARS]
On hand a Large Stock of
BOOTS & SHOES
Which have been just receivhd from the Factories direct, and manu
factured Expressly to our Order, the Examination pi* which is S elicited.
We are closing out the ballance of
Winter G:ods at almost any Price in
order to d ose them out b fore we -will
"be CUOWDED with our SUMMER
GOODS. We would advise those in
Search of BABGBINS to call on ns
for the next two weeks.
The Latest approved Patents of
Of all Calibres, always on jrand CHEAP.
Of the Latest Styles and at the Lowest and Fixed Prices.
In conclusion, would say como and stay all day, and if it looks liko
rain brine your umbrelln, we will take caro of it for you. . ou need only
bring a small amount of money, ns a very littlo will buy enough goods at
yu prices wo are selling them, to last you a whole year. If you stay away
u will miss it. 3
Theodore Kohn k Brother.