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; Polros Council No. II, R.-. & S.% M-".
"Will meet each Thursday at 0 O'clock P. M.
from 1st October to 1st April, ami nt 8
?'elock from lr.t April to 1st October, on
tbe following dates, June 2d, July 22, Aug.
19, Sept. ltf, Oct. 21, Nov. IS, and Dec. H>.
J. F.JZLAK, T.I.
G. W." BnusfSON, Recorder*
Erireka Chanter No.13, 'it.*. A/.
Will meet during tbe present Masonic year
at the usual hours, the followin dates:
JU/tryh,10ih, April 7th, May ?lb, June
2nd, August dlh, September 1st, October
27th, Nevembcr 21th, December 20th.
J. F. 1ZLAR, M. K, II. P.
J. M. IJnuxsox, Sec.
8hibbole.lh Lodge No. 2S, A.*. Vs. M.v
"Will meet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock;
from 1st Oct. to 1st April and at S o'clock
from 1st April to 1st October on tbe follow
ing dates, April -I, May 'J, June (?, July
Ana. S, Seiit. 5, Oct. .'1, Nov. 7. Dec. ?.
JAS. F. IZLAll, W.M.
Geo. W. Bkunson, See.
may 20 137? 7m.
Rebecca Lodge?Meets 8 o'clock every
second Wednesday after sale d.iv.
A. FISC1IKH, N. C
This body meets June 8, Sept. 7, Dec. 7.
Mayors Court, held whenever occasion
SONS OF TEMPERANCE.
Orangeburg Division No. 24, meets every
Monday evening in the basement of the
j j o a jv ETT
Miy. Mcrdncy will accept the
thanks of this ollicc for a buquetof
flowers artistically arranged.
Mr. William Willcock continues to
keep tin ware, stoves, Arc, of all kinds.
See his advertisement.
The Grand Division of theS. of T.
lilt els here next month. We learn
that the delegates to it will lie well
taken care of.
Mr. W. 11. Pcrroyclear has made
ir? a lively party for a fishing excur
sion < n the Kdi.-to on Tuesday next.
An ficcouf:! of it will appear next
ji6ir is ii:-""*"*<S'
"?I he law provides that. t benumb r
of Trial Ju.-ticcs in this County si nil
lint exceed /?/?'>? <?. A.-1 :u re are .-i
''I Vl S .holding ci ir.mis-iot.s, cs Tri.il
.'?n.-tici s ILr 0i?< ytdiurg County, 11:o
?eis of ?in; ol them must, bo illigai.
V, ho i- the man loo much ?
"Monday und Tuesday nights will lie
yull of interest to ?ra ngeburgialis.
Tbc Stete .fp'tic Kxhihitiou will come
off at the Fair building on these
nights, and promises an abundant1.- of
interest ami instruction. Rev. J>r.
Bowman, of Charleston, will lie pre
sent, by whom every scene will be ex
plained to the audience.
The following oHiccrw were elected
to serve Pclros Council Nt). II II; and
4S. M. on the 10th hist., for the present
J. V. jitlar, T. 1. G. a).; W. II.
Giranlcaii, I. 11. T.j Geo. lloliver, I*,
O. W.; J. .M. Fanner, Treasurer; Geo.
W. liriinson, Kecbrder; .1.11. Living
ston. C. C; F. S. Dibble, I!. C.; T.
Kolin, Steward; J. A. Zcigler, Tiler.
It lakes money to run a newspaper.
Promises and long credit will not do
it. There is now a large sum due us
lor Subscription, ami we need it. II
our paper has been worth reading.it
is surely worth paying for. We have
we hope given value received for
what is due us. We, therefore, ear
nestly ask of all indebted to us to
come forward and settle. No lime is
better llisni the present time.
A pen-cockish young gentleman in
this p'aco had his head examined
during the week. The professor told
him he was a man of wonderful pa ts,
and knew well how to use them. He
-was a mest excellent mathematician,
had a taste lor poetry, ami frequently
courted the muses. Possessed of im
mense dignity of character, people
generally regarded him as being
haughty, &c. More heads !
THE TAXES A GAIN?
Last week wc said that on the 15th
inst. tho tax books would be closed;
and that the penalties would attach
to those who were delinquents. This
statement was made upon information
received from County Treasurer Liv
ingston, who had been so informed by
the Comptroller-General; but to-day
wc are pleased to announce our abili
ty to modify and revise our last
week's warning. The timo for the
collection of tuxes has been extended
uniformly in all ' (lie ??uhties to the
1st of April. This jvjll he gratifying
news to those i who were unable to
meet the demands of tho tax gatherer
previous' to tho 15th lust. Wc would
howovcr, seriously adyisc all to pay up
by the first of next month, as it may
be safely asserted that that will be
tho last day of grace. Do not look
for another cxtcntion. It will not bo
Hr. R. THOMPSON^
A notorious criminal, and tho mur
derer of Mr.'TTayne^D." Iteid, at Poma
ria, on the night of December '21; 1 $10,
siillercd the extreme penally of (he
law, at Ncwbcrry Court House, on
the 10th insi. Ho was a hardened
criminal, as the following from the
Newbery lit raid will show:
"And now follows a history of a life
full ol crime, a tithe of which enti led
him to the fate which so tardily over
took him, and which wc have gather
ed from responsible gentlemen, who
learned this secret chapter in his ca
reer from his own lips, a recital of
which he requested should not be
made public until after bis death.
These fads are as follows, and fust in
order are his deeds in house-breaking
The number of stores broken into
and robbed arc sixteen. Three in
Anderson, three in Columbia, four in
prangeburg, two in Barn well, one
ten miles from Augusta, one iu Flori
da, and two at l'oiharia?those of
Messrs. Hipp and Cannon?exclusive
of that in which the late horror was
committed. Next follows the horses
stolen, twenty or more, viz: nine in
Barn well, three in Orangcourg, three
in Anderson, two or three in Florida,
one or two iii Darlington, and others
elsewhere, and with all this, as one
suggests ?while wc write, only one
He *d.so staled in this confession
that he had broken jail twice in con
nection with others, was sent to the
Penitentiary for ten years, but had
been pardoned out by Go\\Scott, and
bad two living wives.
rill) DRAMA IS U RANG El! 1 IUI? |
As will be seen by the advertisement
in another ecllimn, the citizens of
Oinngeburg willj oh Saturday next;
the 2f)ih insi.i have an opportunity of
witnessing a first class dramatic per
formance, and at the panic time enjoy
the i rivi'ego of contributing their
mile low ai ds the erection of the hahd
ooi.ic monument to be erected in
Charleston, on the 2Slh of June, to the
nit mory of the bravo defender.? of
Fori .Moo h rio. The Washington
Dramatic Association, under who.-e
auspices tho entertainment will be
given, is composed of the very best
amateur dramatic talent in Charles
ton, ami is tho only organization of
the kind in the Stale possessing a com
plete outfit ol stage primer ties, cos
tumes, etc. Tho cast of the play em
braces nine gentlemen and tour In
dies who have been faith* fully rehear
sing for pome time. The play selec
ted is a romantic drama entitled,
"The. Seven Clerks or the Miser of
Marseilles," and was performed by
the Association at the Academy of
Music, in Charleston about two
months since to an overflowing au
dience. A ne'e from the President
of the A-social ion, Mr. Moroso of the
'/?>? anil Courit r stall', informs us that
the company will reach Oraiigebtirg
on Saturday morning the 20th ami
will give but on" performance. The
S, C. K. K. Co, bus kindly consented
to pass the members, most of whom
arc business men of Charleston, for
half fare. It remains for iliu people
of Orange burg to turn out in full force
ami lend there presence and counte
nance to aid in the building of a
handsome monument to the memory
of their brave fore lathers, who be
hind the palmetto logs of Fort tMoul
li'ic one hundrcn years ago gained the
first victory for American Indepen
Tickets of admission can be had at
the st* re of Mr. J. A. Hamilton or at
Mr. Schilllcy's Photographic Gallery.
Price Oiic Dollar. The east of char
acters and synopsis of of scenery will
j be published in our next issue.
I CRLICR RATING ST. PATRICK'S DA V
On yesterday morning Dr. Mellen ry,
a wandering corn doctor, was brought
before Mayor Bolivor by llijah Wash
ington, t>ne of our Town Marshals,
when the following oeeurcd :
Mayor?Well, who have, you got
j hero this morning, Mr. Marshal ?
I Marshal?This man here-- the corn
Doctor. He raised a row in I ho
Billiard Saloon; cursed mcand kicked
mc on my shin.
Mayor?How's that Doctor ?
Doctor?Ton my honor I don't
know. "When I v>'i(s here before, this
Marshal of yours started with nie to
a hotel, hut instead of taking mc to
Mcroncy's, carried nie to jail, and I
suppose I had a little spite at him.
Here the Marshal commenced to
grumble when the Mayor ordered him
to silence, saying that he could fix it
with the Doctor alter he got through
Dot'tory-^fp';sjn-j I?m> done with
that Marshal. " I'll h ave no more
companionship with JiiiriJ.. He does,
not treat his guests hospitably.
Mayor?How long do you expect
to remain hero Doctor ?
Doctor?I will leave here right
away if your Honor will permit inc.
There is no fuii in falling into the
bands of Eijabs, such as you have
Mayor?Well, the sentence of the
Court is that you pay a line of live
dollars', leave the Town or go back to
[jail for three days.
Doctor?Your Honor, I will leave
this Town. Tho accommodations
bile red here arc not congenial to my
tastes. Yesterday I thought I would be
allowed to celebrate St. Patrick's eve,
and took a drink or two to help tbe.
feeling; but that llijahthere decoyed
mo away from ihy friends and this
morning I found hiysclf in jail. They
seem not to like tbe "green." I will
leave, sir, and if ever I should come
here again, I shall not manipulate
the toos of any but Orangemen.
The Doctor left smiling.
-o. o- . &
[COM M f .XIOAT Kl >. ]
Editor A* ics (tint TiiHcs :
At a regular meeting of I. 33. IT.
and L. Co., held 10th ins*., the follow:
ing resolution was adopted :
Iiesjolcjil, That our thanks are due
and are hereby tendered thcr* ladies
who so kindly assisted in the decora
tion of our (ruck at the late anniver
sary of the 1. Y. A. F. IS. Co.
By order of Company.
D. II. Wannamak::k,
CUT THIS OUT,
It 3Sf:j.v Kayo Vom* l?fes.
There is no per.on living I>ul what sutlers
more or less witli Lung Dis-tiise, Coughs,
Colds or Consumption,yet some would die
hither tlian pay 7") cents for a hoi I to of|
medicine Mint would eure them. Dr. A.
IJosehee's German Syruji has lately been in
troduced in tin's country from Get many,
and its woiuleroiis eure- astonishes every
one (hat try it. If you doubt what wc say
in jo int, out this out and take it to your
Druggist, Dr. A C. Dukes, and get a sample
bottle for It) cent- and try it, or a regular
size for 7"> cents.
lice II tf
(|>5 TO $20 IP FAS OAY AT
^Jp Home. Samples worth ?1 free. Stinson
iVt'o., i'orthtrd, Maine.
officio of scirooncommlssiontkk,
< htAXtsKliti no Corxtv.
Oi.AXOicm iU!, 8. C, March Kith 1870.
Notice is hereby given, there will be held
at the office of the .School Commissioner on
the 27th of Ma ich 1870, Competitive Fxami
nations of ail persons who desire to apply
for admission as pupils in the 8lat0" Nor
mal School, ibis County is entitled to five
Scholarships, which inables the pupil to
receive ?00 per annnin from tlie* State.
County School Coimof Orangeburg County
mar 1 1 2t
Ol-'FJCE of COUNTY TliKASUlU:?
OiiAXOBucno, Corx rv,
OhAXOKnVnn, S. C., Feb. 17th 1870.
Tbe lime for payment of Taxes has liccn
extended to the First of April next, after
which time tbe penalty will CKKTAINLV
attach, l'ahe notice thereof and govern
voursei ves according!*.
.1. if I.lVlNOSTpN,
Orangeburg County, S. c.
ARTHUR II. I>RWIN
?ERMAT0L1G1ST AND PRACTICAL
If you want a good and easy Shave or tin
Arti-iic I lair Cut or a delightful Sbainpoo,
A RTFS UK II. I jK WIN's
Hair Culling ltooms, No. Ii Law Hange
opposite Con ri House Square;
l:.- ' Special attention paid to Children
Hair Cutting. Kxtra itooius for Ladies,
sept 1 1870 ly
THF STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Un am; Kit rut; County
15 v Abb, 15. K.Nowi/rox, lOsofinr, J. V.
Whereas, Thomas II. Keller hath made
suit to nie, to graul Iii in Letters of Admin
istration of tbe F?tate and cflccls <I Wil
liam Keller late of said County deceased.
These are therefore Incite ami admonish
all and singular'the kindred and Creditors
of the said William Kcllur, dee'd, that
lliey be and appear, before me, in (be Cou'r;
of I'rebate, to lie held at Oraiigebiicg, ('. II.,
on March 20th next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, lo
show ?Milse, if any they have, why the said
Administration should not be granted.
(Siveti under my Hand, this 11th day of
March Anno Domini 1870.
Aua ii. knowuton,
I 1..S I .Indue of Probate, O. C.
mar I 1 1870 2t
Encourage Home People
O-EORO-E S. HACKER
Cliarl?si?n, S. G.
DOORS, SASH & BLINDS
. The only 1)0011., SASH and.JJUND
Factory owned ami managed hy a Carolin
ian in this City. All work guaranteed.
Always on hand a Inge Stock ofDOOUS,
SASH, "lil.lNDS, MOULDINGS, fturoll
and Turned Work of every description;
(Mass, White Leads, mid I holders' Hard
warc, Dressed Lumber and Flooring
delivered in any part ol this State.
jnn 22 ly
Xotice oi' Dissolution*
The limited Partnership entered into on
the Thirteenth day of October, A. I). 1875,
by Joab W. Moscley, as general Partner
and Saraeh E. Tobin, as special Partner,
trailing under the firm name of Joab W.
Moscley. The certificate whereof is record
ed in the office of the Register of Me-ne
Conveyance for Orangeburg County afore
said in Hook No. 14, pages 45, -152, -153, has
been this day dissolved by mulural consent
and notice of this dissolution has been duly
filed aud recorded in the said oflicc.
Orangeburg, S. C, Feb. 18th IS70.
.T. W. MOSKLKY,
SA? A II K. TO Ii IN,
feb 10 3m
A. M. Snider. L. S. WOLFE
& T. J.Calvert.
C'vT" Oflicc open at all times.
JUST REGEVIED FROM
I). LANBRETH & SON
E. E. EZEK1EL.
jan 1 tf
The undersigned, while thank full fo
past favors, will conduce the general Stbve,
Tin-ware, and House Furnishing
business, at the Old Stand. Hepnirinj
Hoofing ami Gilttering, done promptly.
jSTotice of Dismissal.
ESTATE OF FKEpKttiCK W.JON KS.
Notice is hereby given that one month
from this date 1 will file may final account
as Administrator of said Estate and will
petition the Probate Court fora final dis
March -Ith LS7G.
John h. jo?;ks,
mar 4 -It
lu the District Court of the
DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In re .Tatties 0. Iii Chancy, bankrupt.
X)UHSUANT to an order of the Hon.
I Geo. S. ltryan IJ. S. District Judge,
the lien creditors of the 'stud bankrupt are
hereby required to prove their claims he
fore me, the undersigned Itegislor, on or be
fore the 17th day of March next, at niy
oflicc at Newberrv, S. ('.
mar 4 2t
the state of south carolina,
oua n<; knr k(i cou nty,
In tiik. Common Pi.kas.
The Stale Ex rolationc Solit?r ] Pull to
of the Southern Circuit | perpetuate
Lost Documents. j Testimony
Fx Parte Uehccca A. Glca'.on.
Apidicatiun having been made by Rebecca
A.tileaton to prove the past existence, loss,
anil contents of the last Will ami Testament
of Hempsey Corhitt deceased.
In accordience loan order runde in the
said case, and on motion of Messrs l/.lar ?
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 <>n the 22Ird day of March A. l>,
1S7'-'. at my office, Orangeburg, S. C.
February 11 Hi 1S7(>
GEO. P,OLI\ Fit,
feb 12 Ot
The Subscribers are local Agents for the
Security Life Insurance and Annuity Comp
any of New York, and fiirH Lire Insurance
Companies; and will lie pleased to recive
from their friends, and all others, applica
tions for insurance of either kind.
The Security Life is well known ns one
of the most reliable Companies in tue
United State.', and the Fire Companies they
represent are believed by them to he emi
nently safe and trustworthy.
1IUTS0N (V IICVSON,
dec 20 ihn
T. KOHN & BROTHER
Arc iif receipt of nil kinds of Goods for the Season. Just received
100 pieces of Prints of the Latest
Styles, selling Cheap.
Also just iu
Bleached and Brown Domestics
CHEAPER than they have been for the past TWENTY YEARS I
On hand a Large Stock of
Which have been just receivhd from the Factories direct, and mr.na
factured Expressly to our Order, the Examination of which is Solicited*
We are closing out the "ballance of
Winter Goods at almost any Price in
order to cl ose them out "b:fore we 'will
"be CROWDED with our SUMMER
GOODS. We would advise those in
Search of BAEGEINS to call on us
for the next two weeks.
The Latest approved Patcrns of
Of all Calibres, alwuys on hand CHEAP.
eis cum k Mill goods
Of the Late: t Styles and at tho Lowost and Fixed Prices.
ft//?' In conclusion, would say come and stay all day, and if It looks libo
rain bring your umbrella, we will take care of it for you. i ou nd oily
bring a small amount of money, as a very little will huy enough goods at
the prices \vc arc selling them, to last you a whole year. ? If you stay away
ycu will miss it. . j
Fheodore Kohn &, Brother,