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Petfos Council No. 11, R.\ & S.\ M;.
TVill meet encii Thursday at 6 o'clock P. M.
fr?m lat October to 1st April nml at 8
?'clock from 1st April to I?t October, on
tht following dates, June 24, July 22, Aug.
Mb Sept. 1?. Oct. 21, Nov. 18, arid Dec. R>.
J. F. JZLAE, T. 1.
O. W. Bruksox, Recorder.
Esreka Chanter No. 18, R*. A.V M.%?
"Will meet during the present Masonic year
at the itHual hours, the followin dates :
March 10th, April 7th, May 6th, June
2nd, August 4th, September 1st, October
37th, November 24th, 1 ecomher 29th.
J. F. IZLAR. M. K. II. P.
J. M. Rrunson, Sec.
SMbboletft Utlgo No. 28, A.\ F.*. M.v
"Will meet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock,
fr?m 1st Oct. to 1st April and at 8 o'clock
f r?m 1st April to 1st October on the follow
ing dates, Feb. 1, Mar. 7, April 4, May 2,
June 6, July "4, Aug. 1, Sept; ?, Oct. 8,
Nov. 7, I>ee. ?.
JAS. F. IZLAR, W.M.
Gro. W. Rrunsox, Sec.
a?ar 29 1S75 7m.
I. O. O. F.
Edisto LoilgO No. M?Meets at Odd
Fellows Tlall," every Monday:evening at 8
o'clock, from 20lh March to 20th Sept. and
at 7* o'clock from 20th Sept. to 20th March.
A. FISCHER, N. O.
0. D. REUME, Sec.
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 TEMPERA NCE.
Orangeburg Division No. 24, meets every
Mtnday evening in the basement of the
J, O.C -A- L
The lines of T. F. JR. will be pub
lished in our next issue.
Head the advertisement of Mr.
Mr. L. A. Zeigler has been appoin
ted a Trial Justice for this county.
G I). Kortjohu's advertisement
premises much. [Read it.
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Mr. ^hirer's line residence is almost
done." It is indeed a pretty building.
Hair dressing carried oa in style by
Mr. Arthur Lcw'.n. He has his place
elegantly fixed up. Sec card.
Fish a o plentiful now upon our
8trcetf?. Red horse sell for twenty
dr-nU a piece.
Tin gutters are being arranged on
the Baptist Church to convoy water
into the fori*i
iWeshwa young man washing his
Stands in molasses yesterday. lit vvus
preparing to visit his sweet In-art.
Mr. Peter Cannon has a wrenteh
wrjrrlc in 1771. It is a queer looking
Those are high old stories told in
the Clerk ttf Court's -olKc.. They
?make John English blush at times.
JIaicaa Ofjrjtiiithttj is getting fnshiona
fc'o now in Orangehurg. That's the
way the money .goes, pop goes the
Detective J. J. Mitchell captured
& dark bay horse last week from a
suspicious parly; lie has him at Lew
is vi lie.
A 'certain .voting man's hands were
quite nervous on Tuesday and Wed
nesday, lie said things looked strange
to him in the Burg*
Joe Bailey had the thumb and first
finger on his right hand cut off by a
lathe saw at Strauss <fc Co.'s mill on
Thursday last. Cause, carelessness.
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The State Agricultural College in
Orangeburg gets ten thousand dollars.
We will publish tho Appropriation
bill in our next issue.
Mr. G. W. Wilson has added con
siderably to the beauty of his resi
dence by having had a neat picket
fence erected in front of it.
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The Trial Justices had a meeting
on Tuesday last. They sat with closed
doors. Th e fall of Bclknap was not
A merchant down town sells more
cough syrup than all other medicines
together. It surely natist bo the bes t
remedy for a cough.
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Tho time for coll ecting taxes ha3
been extended to the 15th inst. But
tliis is, most positively, tho last breath
that will bo given to the taxpayers.
A young man named Tom Mooro,
aged 21 years, died suddenly at Mr.
- Culler's on the 17th inst., of
heart disease, He was well and hearty
a few moments previous to his death.
A new Republican paper will be
issued from Columbia shortly. It is
to be anti-Chamberlain in sentiment.
1^. Cass Carpenter it is. said will bo
editor-in-chief of the venture.
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The protracted spell of dry weather
was broken on Tuesday night last.
About 8 or 9 o'clock it commenced
raining, settling the dust and making
everything put on an nppearauco of
The wife of our esteemed fellow
citizen, Mr. F. W. Fairey, was buried
at Rranchvillo lust week. She was
an invalid sometime pjoviousto her
death. Mr. Fairey and his large
family have our sympathies.
If you want fine groceries go to
?lohn Schnchatc's and get them. Hi?
stock is complete. For a little money
you can lay in a goml supply of al
most everything at his counter. Stop
in and call for Schnchte or Geh reis.
Read receipt of Mrs. Gab rial la C.
Aldrich to the Security Life Insurance
and Annuity Company of New York,
for live thousand dollcrs, being the
amount for which her laic husband's
life was insured.
For ? man to say "I'm going to
leave hero. I can't slny in this place
any lougcr.'' And to sit right down
on his haunches and dream that Or
nngeburg is an earthly paradise com
pared with ?
This place has been imcorp orated
and will soon have a municipal gov
cr nmcnt of its own. Let the citizens
there elect a staid and settled man
Intendant, and a good set of Wardens,
and Rowcsville will be put on a high
road to prosperity.
Last Monday wassalesday. There
was not as many persons in town as
on the one preceding it. From all
quarters v/c hoard that the people
were hard at work preparing to plant.
Let us hope thnt propitious seasons
will bless the farmers this year, so
that next Fall they can enjoy a real
Paraded on Thursday afternoon.
We learn that this company contem
plates giving an entertainment short
ly. Whatever this company attempts
to do, is generally made a success,
an 1 wc shall look forward with much
nnxicly to their "promised e>ntortnili
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A grand stercoptic exhibition will
be given at the Fair building on the
20th and 21st inst. It will be a grand
affair, presenting views of Jerusalem
and the Holy Land, England, Rome,
France and Germany, which will be
explained by the Rev. Or. W. S.
Bowman of Charleston. Read the
announcement in our advertising col
Mr. Edward F. Slater has always on
hand a fine selection of horses and
tunics, but he gives notice in to-dav's
paper that on Wednesday next he
will receive the (inest lot ever offered
for sale in this market. Those in
want of a good horse or mulo will have
iichance to get suited now.
The ''Carolina Toucher," u new
publication issued from Columbia, is
upon our table. If its mission should
prove to be one of assistance to the
teachers, it will not have started too
soon; but if its editor expects to run it
with funds drawn from the School ap
propriation, then it cannot be dis
couraged and discountenanced to
The leaders of this party met over
Mr. Pike's store on Thursday last.
They sat with closed doors, conse
quently we are unable to say what
they did. Of one thing, however, we
feel certain: No rash measures will be
put in motion by them as long as a
wise and thoughtful man is at the
helm, such, for instance, as the gentle
man who has the organization ol that
party in hand for Orangeburg county.
j POLITICAL MEETING?
A. meeting of Republicans was held
hi Orangcburg on Monday night last,
over which Mr. J. II. Livingston pro
sided. Mr. R. G. Frederick acted as
Secretary. Speeches were in ado by
Messrs. John II. Phillips, F. R Mc
Kinlay, A. F. Browning, Esq., C. R.
Caldwcll and B. G. Frederick. The
tone of all tho speeches were excel
lent. Tho caucus was called by the
parties dissatisfied with the recont re
movals in this couuty, aud was a very
The 9th day of May will be a live
ly day at tho Fair Building. A
?loval Fair is to take place there on
that day, which promises to bo quito
interesting. Mr. Kirk Robinson, the
Secretary of the Agricultural Society,
gives notice in another column of the
kinds of geraniums and flowers for
which premiums will be given on that
day. Let the ladies cultivate their
flowers now with more than wonted
vigor, and make the Floral Fair ft
thing to be remembered. Let a spir
it of generous rivalry prompt each of
them to work for tho first premium.
A MAT EUR THEA TRIOALS?
At the meeting of the Washington
Dramatic Association, last night, says
the Hews und Courier, it was finally
determined to given representation of
"The Miser of Marseilles" in Ornngc
burg, at some future-day of the pre
sent month. Tho date, together with
cast of characters, pricey of admission,
Ac., will be announced in a few days.
The association is composed of the
best amatuer talent in the city, and
tho people of Orangcburg will enjoy
a rare treat. A committee has been
appointed to confer with the monu
mental committee of the Palmetto
Guard as to the arrangements for a
benefit for the Fort Moult re Centen
A CAJflXQ SCENE?
Mr. Joseph 1*. Hurley has been so
long connected with our fire depart
ment, and has always exhibited so
much courage where duty called him
with his brethren of the red shirts,
that it will scarcely be believed Unit
in retiring from the office of Yicc
Prcsident of that Company, on Tues
day afternoon last, he was subjected
to a first-class caning by Mayor Boh
ver. The Mayor is not always timid,
but on this occasion he was a little
diffident. With the Young Americas,
however, at his back, he did hii work
to perfection; With remarks appro
priate and well-timed, he presented
Mr. Harley with a Palmetto cane,
heavily headed with silver, as a token
of the esteem entertained by the Com
pany for their retiring officer. Mr.
Hnrlcy accepted the caning with
TEMPERA NpE'ihi UPPER?
That was a pleasant affair which
supplemented the meeting of the Suns
of Temperance on Monday night last.
After the regular business had been
finished, the members of the ct\ler
were invited to a well prepared table
of refreshments, where they spent an
hour or so in eating, drinking lemon
ade and talking. There were about
forty ladies and about equally as many
gentlemen present. Under such cir
cumstances how else could the time
have passed away than in the most
The supper was given by the Di
vision, and was prepared under the
supervision <*.f the following Commit
tee : W. A. Edwards, L. II. Wautin
maker, Alfred Jones, C. M. Wilkin
son, \Y. S. Clark, assisted by Misses
Mary Albcrgotti, Sallic Norris, Curie
Stokes, Fannie Cannon, Nora Neuffer
[comm u x i c at ;:i >. ]
Editor Kewk ??</ Times :
At the regular meeting of I. Y. A.
F. E. Co., the following resolutions
were unanimously adopted :
Resolvedy That the Secretary return
thj thanks of this Company to the
Ludics who so kindly assisted in the
decoration of our Engine, at our An
nual Parade, to whom is due all the
credit of our appearence on ihnt
Resolved, That our thanks arc due
and are herewith tendered to tho
Orarigoburg Nk\vs asd Tim ich, and
Free Citizen for recent favors and
F. A. Sen i ffi.ky,
16*'in ember This.
Now is ihc time of the year for I'licu
mpnia, bung Fever, Coughs, Colds, and
fatal results of predisposition to Consump
tion and other Throat and Lung Disease.
Hosoukk's GkiimAn Svuui'has been used
in this neighborhood for the past two or
three years without a single failure to wire.
If yon have not used this medicineyourself,
go to your Druggist, Dr. A. 0. DUKKS and
ask him?of its wonderful success among his
customers. Two doses will rolicvo the
worst cases. If you have no faith in any
medicine, just buy a Sample Iloltlc of
Hoschee's German Syrup for10 cents and
try it, Regular size liottle 75 cents. DoiVt
neglect a cough to save 75 cents.
dec 1 tf
OFFICE OF COUNTY TREASURER
OiiAXfiKiumo, S. C, Feb. 17th 1S7G.
The time for payment of Taxes hits' been
extended to the 15th of March next, after
which time the penalty will CERTAINLY
attach. Take notice thereof and govern
J. 11 LIVINGSTON,
Orangcburrj County, S. C.
JULIA BERTHA, infant daughter of
?1. C. anil Mrs. Francies Pike, of Orungc
burg, (j. IT.,. S. C., was born November 25th
1873, and died February 28th 1870, age 2
years 3 months and 3 days.
Two years, three months and three days
a lingering sunbeam gaveoutits rich guidon
light to cheer and bless die charmed circle
of home, Little HERTHA was a bwccI
little creature, and her picture was diguer
rcotvped upon every heart of the entire
family from her birth, and as the portrait
grows gradually into Rfc-sizc under the
pcncclHngs of the artist, until the last rose
ate touches bloom upon the cheek, and
every feature upon the cold convas appears
to pulsate with real life, eo the image of the
first little girl of the household became
snore und more a reality, with parents and
kindred until Monday", February, 28th.
Five weary mouths of the time, however,
the descending sun of a brief life was par
tially eclipsed by the gathering shadows of
a dcop sorrow, that loo truly foretokened a
premature close of day. tier sun wont down
in tbe morning, but will give light the longer
in the spirit land above us. HERTHA was
natural ly enough a great pet, for she was a
little magnate of wonderful power, and she
drew around her, by the force of her
charms, every member of the family. Reing
unusually fond of the mellowing and soften
ing influcnccsof song, she would invariably
join, ivith broken nulcs, in the prai.?e of her
Saviour, and as if under a brief tuition here,
preparatory to joining the shining ehoristors
above, she sang continually, even while her
tiny feet were being laved by the dividing
waters of the Jordon of Death?her last
words were uttered in song. May our
gracious. Heavenly Father sustain the
bereaved family under this severe stroke
and may thev all meet the angel spirit in
the "many Mansioncd dwelling" in the
Christians promised home.
A.M.SRider. L. S. WOLFE
& T. J. Calvert.
B6E>~" Office open at all times.
ID insolation ofOopartnei
The Partnership heretofore existing
bet won the undersigned under the iirm
name, of WILLCOCK & WOLFF is thit
day dissolved by limitation.
T. D. WOLFF.
The undersigned, while thankfull for
past favors, will continure the general Stove,
Tin-ware, and House Furnishing
business, at Hie Old Stand. Repairing,
Roofing and Guttering, done promptly.
Having removed to the Store formerly
occupied by I. 1*. Thompson, Jeweller, I
would inform my friends that I have now
on hand a complete Stock of Dry Goods,
Groceries &c, and solicit ttieir patronage.
T. D. WOLFF.
OFFICE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
On a no Kite no County.
OliANOEiiCtus, S. ('., February '28th 187b\
Sealed Proposals will be Received for the
Renting of the Poor House Farm near Mr.
I. R. Tucker's place about 1.1 miles be ow
Orangeburg C. IL, until the l?th day of
March 1S7?, for the present vcar.
j tiv Order of Hoard.
Clerk of Co. Com1 rs.
mar. 4 2t
jNTotice of X)is:mi?ssaL,
ESTATE OF FREDERICK W. JONES.
Notice is hereby given that one month
from this date I will tile may final account
as Administrator of said Estate and will
petition the Probate Court fora final dis
March Ith 1S7G.
JOHN E. JONES,
mar 4 4t
III the District Court of the
DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In re JalWfl 0. R. Chancy, bankrupt.
1PURSUANT to an order of the Hon.
Geo. S. Bryan U. S. District Judge,
the lien creditors of the said bankrupt are
hereby required to prove their claims be
fore ine, the undersigned Register, on or be
fore the 17th day of March next, at my
office at Newberrv, S. C.
mar 4 i!t
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In tiik Common Pi.kas.
The State Ex relatione Solitorl Rill to
of the Southern Circuit \ perpetuate
[Lost Documents. J Testimony
Ex Parte Hebecca A. Gleaton.
Application having been made by Rebecca
A. Gleaton to prove tbe p;uU existence, loss,
and contents of the la-t Will and Testament
of Dempsey Corbitt deceased.
In accordience to an order made in the
saiil case, and on motion of Messrs Izlar &
Dibble, Solicitors for Applicant, it is order
ed, that all persons who desire so to do, ap
pear and cross examine the evidence pro
duced, and introduce evidene? in reply
before me on the 23rd day of March A. D,
187", at my oflice, Orangeburg, S. C.
February 11th 187?
GEO; ROLI\ KR,
feb 12 ' ~6t
The Subscribers arc local Agents for the
Security Life Insurance and Annuity Comp
any of New York, and for 3 Fire Insurance
Companies; and will be pleased to rccive
from their friends, anil all others, applica
tions for insurance of either kind.
The. Security Life is well known as one
of the most reliable Companies in the
United States, and the Fire Companies they
represent arc believed by them to he emi
nently safe and trustworthy.
1IUTSON & HUTSON,
flee 25 3m
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T. KOHN & BROTHE
Arc in'recoipt of nil kinds of Goods for the Season. Just reeei^od
100 pieces of Prints of the Latest
Styles, selling Cheap.
Also just iu
Bleached and Brown Domestics
CHEAPER limn they have been for ihe past TWENTY YEAESJ
On hand a Large Stock of
BOOTS & SHOES
Which havo been just receivhd from the Factories direct, and raau~A
facturcd Expressly to our Order, the Examination of which is S iUcited.
"We are closing out the "baUance of
Winter Goods at almost any Fries ia
order to close them out before we wET
be CHOWDED with our SJ7M3H&
GOODS. We would advise those in
Search of BARGRINS to call on
for the next two weeks.
The Lnteet approved Patcrns of
Of all Calibres, alwuys on ?and. CHEAP*
B CLOTHING k fill
vi tue j^aieci tolyiu3 nuu iiw uiu ajun ua t nuu ri*cu * m.
J&ay- In conclusion, would say eomo and stay all day, and if it loefca tikn
rain bring your umbrella, we will take care of it for you. ??u!?n.e*3 eal^
bring a small amount of monoy, as a very little will buy enough goads 69
prices v;c are Belling thorn, to last you a whole year. If yea etej W?y
y0u will miss it.
Theodore Kohn & Brother.