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? Petros Council No. 11, R.\ & S.-. M;.
VfWl meet each Thursday at 0 o'clock I*. M.
from 1st October to 1st April and at 8
o'clock from let April to 1st October, on
the following dales, June 24, July 22, Auk
19, Sept. 10, Oct. 21, Nov. 18, and Dec. 1(5.
' * J. F. JZLAR, T. r.
G. W. Brcxsox, Recorder.
Eureka Chapter No. 13, R.\ A.vM*.?
"Will meet during the present Masonic year
at the usual hours, the folio win dates :
Mnrch 10?h, April 7lh, May 5th, June
2nd, August 4th, September 1st, October
27th, November 24th, December 29th.
J. F. IZLAK, M. K. II. P.
J. M. IJRUKSON, Pee.
Shibbploth Lodge, No. ?sj A.'. IV. M.\?
"Will uicct each Tuesday at 7 o'clock,
. from lut Oct. to 1st April and at 8 o'clock
from lut April to 1st October on the follow
ing dates, April 4, May 2, June <">, July 4,
Aug. 8, .Sept. 5, Out. 3, Nov. 7, Dec. ">."
JAS. F. 1ZLAR, \V. M.
Gf.o. W. Bkunsox, See.
?iav 29 1S7? 7m.
I. O. O. 3?\
? EtllRtO Loil?C NO. 3?,?Meets at Odd
Fell on a Hall, every Monday evening at S
o'clock, from 20lli March to 20th Sept. and
at 7? o'clock from 20th Kept, to 20th March.
A. FISCHER, N. O.
C. D. BLUME, Sec.
Rebecca Lodge?Meets S o'clock every
nccoiul Wednesday after sale da v.
A. FISCHER, N. O.
town e ouncil.
This body meets .Time 8, Sept. 7, Dec. 7.
Mayors Court, held whenever occasion
SONS OF TEMPEli A NIE.
Orangcbnrg IHvismii No. 24, nieets every
Mauday evening in the basement of the
Y. 1?I% C? A??11*1.1 nnd% Heading
l\oom oVer Store of Mr. .1. I'ike?open
?rery night iVom 8:1.0 ro 10:30 l?. Si-.
Prayer Meetings this month Jurist,
8th, l.Vtli, 23rd and 29lh .'it 8 30 r. to.
Kindness Meeting June 22ml S:30 i\ St.,
evcrv Fourth Thursday i? vacli hiohld at
M.O LOVER, President,
F K Dinin.v, Secretary.
i^ o o A. v
Kowesvillc is increasing in dignity
ei nee it has been incorporated.
Meroney's hotel is to bo sohl by the
?Sheriff on salcdav.
Call at Dr. Wanna maker's if you
want eure.? for all sorts of diseases.
His soda, water i> excellent.
If you want line imported l?erk
idiire pin* ? all 6:i Si iiatdr Andrews.
The)' ate the prettiest we ever .-aw
15. Louis in selling otl* his large
Mock of giMnls at. i*ost-. Now is the
tiiiiit to ?? t bargains.
The. City Council of Columbia arc
Ink iiig active steps lor the prcservu
liofi Ktl the htfiLliol that place,
Some ot our farmers 'tell vs that
the Into rain.- will piove beneficial to
Hie crops if the people will keep the
Air. I'ike has had nil excellent coat
if whitewash put. on the beautiful
new jacket lcoee in trout of his resi
Nagle says the rains can't hurt his
1)ridge across the Conga rec, but he is
uncertain as to when the She rill
"might come along and knock her
?CO)l O&'JSIt I'VJi nu A M?
Committed the dead body of An
tbony Ken nelly the escaped con
vict who Svns shot and kiiletl on
Sunday to jail on Tuesday last.
A Vieal dwelling is being erected
near the residence of Mr. Barney
Williamson. The one put up on
Market Street by Mr* Bock lor our
friend Jauies Williams is also neat
Mr, W. A. Edwards, foreman in
our oflieo, received the congratula
tionfi of his friends on Thursday last
upon an increase in his family. Wc
wish him and his Ron every pros
We know a young man learning
the milliner's trade. What woman
would refuse such an offer as he would
be? Jfyou wanted a fancy dress
made, a hat trimmed, Ac, your old
man could do cither for you to a t.
a CENTS )YaH?EI)?
Something new. A rare chance to
make money. No capital required.
25 per cent commission allowed.
Agents make S? to $10 u day, Send
stamp for outfit to L. L. Osmcnt,
Wo know a place where people are
as jealous of their neighbor's catching
a fish as Tilton was of his wifot
There ore some miserable little souls
in this world, whose importance has
been greatly magnified by "war, grim
visaged and terrible." Cut btino/
The Orangeburg Kiflc Team had
better practice well before they
announce themselves as ready to
receive challenges. There arc several
splendid shots at Branchvillo, and
our correspondent at that place
informs us that a Team will be made
up down there to wrestle with our
Qrangcburg boyit for the champion
hbip of the county.
Wo trust it will bo remembered
that the Rev. Mr. Hartley will ofli
ciattt in tho Baptist Church to-mor
row and to-morrow night. He is an
nhle and earnest divine and wc be
speak for him an appreciative con
- .j- ? - ? <? ?
Wc have been informed by Coro
ner Fordham that he will investigate
the Rull Swamp murder, thoroughly;
and will have all parties, against
whom there is u shadow of suspicion,
arrested and bound over to answer at
the next term ol* the Sessions.
Wc have often been asked why wc
rcquiro correspondents to write on
but one side of the paper. It is
this: Wc sometimes have to divide
copy among our compositors, and ol
course we cannot divide a ?licet
written on both sides, and unless the
paper is good it runs through and
blotches, and causes mistake!.
The Charleston Journal of C"??
merce. says, that Orangchnrg will be
turned inside out bit the Ith of duly.
If such tin event is to transpire, what
a Cod's blessing it is lo those who
have keen scented olfactories that
nothing connected with our contem
porary is on the inside of this staid
sci to ol EXIl Hi 177 q. V?
The public will be afforded an op
portunity to witness an interesting
School Inhibition at Elliott Hall on
the ?0 inst. On that, day the closing
exercises of Mr. iMollichampc's popu
lar school will lake place and the af
fair promises to he imposing and in
teresting. An invitation to the pub
lie is cxtcdncd.
? - - - wm ? ? gi^ ?
to remove Alt/iij\eH'~
Wet the cloth mildewed with soft,
soap and salt, let it lie a shore time,
tin.n wash it in good suds and lay it
out to bleach. llepent the process if
?necessary. Or, rub on soap, then
scrape tine chalk oh i'-> nth it well,
lay it on the glass; as it dries, wet a
little; repeat the process and the
in 5 Ihlow will disappear.
.1 repcrlicAx mektixo?
Was held at the .School House on
Thursday night hist at which several
speeches were made ami a committee
appointed to act in concert with the
-tlh ofdulv ru livers, the object being
to ratify the nominec.-s of the Cincin
nati Convention oil that day. The
Barbecue will be a trcmcudou.s succc s.
We learn that Coy. Chamberlain,
Go.;'I Whipper ami others have been
invited lo address (he assemhhige.
Judge Mackcy suggests a novel
plan for preventing drunkenness. J t.
is this: Allow every person to sell
as much liquor us he wishes without.
Hccn.se or tax: but require those who
wish to drink to apply for license,
and to give no:ice of such applica
tion for one mouth in a respect a hi 8
newspaper, and then, in case there
be no valid objection, to enter into
good and sufficient hond for good be
havior, &c.* before t!ic license is
( ottos iiloom?
Captain F. II. W. liriggmuun has'
ihe di.-tim tion and no one shall take j
it away Irom him. For days we hive
looted in vain 'or new cotton blooms.
At one time, wc despaired of the suc
cess of our farmers, that is, we
(bought they were behind hand in tin1
way of forward cotton. Cnplain
Rriggmann. however, always up with
if not ahead of his neighbors;, dis
pelled our depression on Thursday
last by laying upon our table two
large cotton blooms. The Captain
says he has many acres in the same
condition. Give him the premium.
The July number of the Efccfic,
which begins a new volume, is ren- >
(lercd doubly attractive by two ex
cellent iUrslvations on steel?one a
patriotic picture, appropriate to the.
time, "The Rattle of Rtinkcr Hill,"
the other a fancy subject, entitled
"Far from Home." 'flic latter of
these is especially good, and would
alone stifiicc to render this number of
the magazine worth possessing. The
literary contents arc also seasonable
ami varied. The July number
hegins a new volumnc of the Efactt'r,
and affords n favorable opportunity
Published by F. R, IVlton, 25
Rond Slrcet New York. Terms SO
per year; Single numbers, 45 ceil is.
A meeting of this c< mpany was
held on Tuesday night las1 for the
purpose of effecting a permanent
organization. The loll owing officers
were elected :
S. Dibble, Captain.
W. V. Izlnr, 1st Lieutenant.
W. H. Pcrryclear, 2d Lieut.
G. W. Brunsen, 3d Lieut.
J. G. Vose, 1st Sergeant.
L. IT. Wnnnamake, 2d Sorgt.
K. J. Felder, 3d Sorgt;
1'. G, Cannon, dih Sorgt.
W, I\ Rrunson, nth Sorgt.
C. F. Gchrols, 1st Corporal.
S. A. Reeves, 2d Gorp'l.
John English, 3d Coi'p'l.
F. M. Ki iii nicy, 1th Corp'K
F. S. DeTrcville, Secretary ami
Rev. J. Raehmnn Haskcll, Chap
Dr. M. d. Sallo.y, Surgeon.
The company organized with thirty
six members, and with a fair proepect
of many accessions.
If any of our read era desire
to luivo fine photograph!) or
nmbrotypes taken of themselves
or families, they should visit tho
gallery of v Mr. F. A. Schi (ley
in this place at the first opportunity.
Young man, if you want the picture
of your sweetheart persuade her to
call on SehiHey, and she will receive
a "faint resemblance'' which sho
will not be ashamed to place next
your heart. JIc has the magic art
of taking a pretty photograph front
an ugly object, of making an old maid
look like a blooming- lass of sweet
sixteen, and should be patronized by
/?///?; Esc a i*Kb pris?xkiis?
Coroner Pordham held an inquest
over the body of Anthony K en nelly
on Tuesday of this week, from whom
we gather, thai, on Sunday afternoon
last Anthony Kennedy and Simmon
Green, two of the prisoners thai es
caped sometime back from the Count y
jail, came up to where T. C. Glover
and .1. .1. I'incknev were sitting in
the load in Tine drove Township, in
the neighborhood of Oakland, and
inquired of I'ihekhey the way to the
river, when Given was recognized as
an escaped prisoner, l'ihekncy told
them the way, adding that, he knew
them and that the}' wore escaped
prisoners. After the)' walked on
down the road, Clover remarked to
I'ihckiiey, "They nknowlcdgcd who
they were, and it is our duty to ar
rest theni." I'inckncy replied that he
was afraid of them as th y might be
armed, but was willing to run a round
them to a certain man's house, hoi
row a gun, and try to head them iu
the road. In doing this thev met.
throe other parlies whom they im
pressed to assist them, and I hen
selected a place in front of the prison
ers where they laid in wait for them.
As. the culprits oc a red (he spot where
I'ihekhey and his crowd were con
cealed they sprang out. and halted
them, whereupon Simon Green came
to a stand still, and evinced signs of
a willingness to give up; but Anthony
Ketmelly wheeled and thai, and was
followed down the road by I'inckncy
and others, who repeatedly called
upon him to stop. From the facts
elicited at the Coroner's inquest it
seems that the gnu I'inckncy h ?d was
out of repair and would not stund
cocked well; that he bad sprung it as
soon as he started in pursuit of the
fugitive, who would run first in and
then out of the road; thai during the
race the gun went oil* in the hand.-: of
l'ihekncy, who bad no intention of
shooting Kenneily; that after the
shooting the latter ran over two
hundred yards, jumping ditches and
fences, tie fore falling to the ground,
and that, when he did fall none of his
pursuers knew that he was hit unli'
they came up to him and (bund blood
running from bis mouth. lie '/lied
two or three hours after ho was shot.
The following is the verdict of the
jtmy: That Anthony lveuuclly came,
to his death in manner and form
aforesaid, to wjt : from a gun shot
wound, said wound being inflicted by
mischance or accident.
Simon Green Was brought into
town and turned over to tho Sheriff.
hllAxt'll VII.LE ITEMS?
The young men of Brauehvillc
speak of organizing a rifle team, to
compete with Oraiigebtirg for the
championship of the County.
Mr. II. Lewis Berry is erecting a
neat cottage on town. Mad
am Uuihor says tho bird will he
caught as soon as the <'".7? is com
Tlic Edisto H i vet near (his place
is several feet higher than it. has ever
been in tlic recollection of the oldest
?'Gods' thills grind slowly yet they
grind exceedingly small1 and our
friend Smoke has a mill which
though it fame slowly yet iL saws ex
ceedingly small lot/*.
Mr. Jas. Van Tassel 1 County Au
ditor was in town on Saturday as
sessing property. Quite a large
crowd was here on that day.
Our Intendant W. IL Heed Uli,
with his usual interest in tho ap
pearance of our town and the j reser
vation of public properly, has given
the Town Hall several coats of
"liquid plaster, "which at a short dis
tance can not be distinguished from
paint. A view of the "compound''
will richly repay the trouble of a
visit to Branch vi II e. It must be scon
to be fully appreciated.
A Flow nit that Chances its
CoLOIt.?Botany is a division of na
tttral science which treats of plants,
and a study of Vegetable l'hisiology
must bo the] foundation of botanical
knowledge?a study only possible by
the improvements in the microscope
and in organic chemistry. Ag plants
are hot .scattered haphazard over the
earth, botanical geography must be
studied, with this, plant-history.
Botany may be applied to tho wants
of cvery-day life, as in Agriculture,
Horticulture, or Medical Botany.
Animals often exhibit it marvelous
instinct in selecting medicinal herbs,
and an observation of their habits
has often, even in the present time,
led to most valuable discoveries. And
should man, with his knowledge and
appliances, fail to diseovei less than
the brute? It is of Medical Botany
wo would spe.\k, or of the Hepatino
Plan I, discovered in Southern Nubia,
llic Flower of which changes its color
with every change of the atmosphere,
The remarkable changes and varia
tions of this Plant and Flower have
been lor years our special study, > c
suiting in the discovery of its posses
sion of wonderful medical properties,
the existence and value of which
have heretofore been entirely un
known to medical science. Alter
much labor and scientific inrctdiga
tion, wo have succeeded in extracting
its peculiar medicinal principles,
which is a specific and core for all
diseases of the Liver, Stomach and
Bowels; a permanent cure for l.)yspe
psiu, Indigestion, Spleen, Cohstipa
tion, Jouiblicc, and all Billions Com
plaints. Of course we cannot send a
living Slower of this Plant to all who
read of I Icpulinc; hut to all who will
send their address In Mcrrcll A
Condon, Philadelphia, Pa., with a
three-cent stamp for rot urn postage,
we will scud Free a fac-smile of the
Flower, I hut will (hange its color
jiist the same as the real Ilepatine
The Medicine, Mcr roll's Ilepatine
for sale by Dr. A. C. Dukes Orange
burg, S. C, and will cure all diseases
of the Liver.
? - ? ' ? ? .?*? ???
Americans are particularly subject
to this disease and its effects: such as
Sour Stomach, Sick 1 Ecadacho Habi
tual ebftiveness, Heart burn. Water
brash, coining up of Hid food coated
tongue, disagreeable taste in the
mouth, palpitation of the Heart dud
all diseases of the Stomach ami Liver.
Two doses of Green's August Flower
will relieve you at once, and there
positively is not a case in the United
States it will not cure. If you doubt
this go to your Druggist Dr. C.
Dukes, and get a sample Bottle for
10 cmts and try it. Regular size 75
All Accounts due nie, and not settled by
thejj 1st of July, will be placed hi the hands
of a Trial Justice for Collection, as my
circumstances will not permit me to give
J. \V. MOSKLKY.
June l?tli 1S70,
jtin 17 .It
Sheriff's Sales. |
By virtue of Sundry Kxceutirins to me dir- j
eeted, I will seU to I he highest bidder, I
at.Orangehinrg G. II. on the First Mon
day in July next^ for Cash, all the
Kight Title and interest of the "Defend
aiilH in the following property, vis:
All that tract nf land in Orangeburg
County, on North Kdfrto Kivor, containing
Ii)."? acres, more or less, ami bounded In
lands nf .Mrs. 8. K. Ihirrctf, J; W. Culler
and J. II. Inabuet, at the Suit of Daniel
All that 'tiaet of land in said Count} on
Long 15much containing 1ST acres, more or
less, (Mill Trtict) as represented by a plat
made by I. O. Inabiict -0th of November
IN7*>. Levied on as the properly ol* \V. A.
<i. Sisirunk at the suit of Kilcii I>. Oliver,
All that tract of land iii said County
containing 1 10 acres, more or less, hounded
by lands ol* (leu. Dieken, Wiii; lb-own, Irviu
t.'ahlwial and oilier.'. Levied on as ilie pro
perty bf Kobert and Jnliu Lewis at the suit
of JeHl'rson I). IToiiscr.
All that lot of land with the buildings
thereon situate in the Town of Orangcbtirg,
on I'roughton and Kussel I .Streets and
known as Meioney's Hotel. Levied oil as
the property of Wm. A. Mcruncy at the
suit of Urutlj Fauukner & Uo;
A1SO 1 f>
'2 Marcs and Colls, Levied on as the pro
perlv of I^evi K. Williams at the suilof
Martha M llulto.
.SherM's Office, )
? Oraiigcbnis 0. II., [ E. I. CAIN',
July 10th, 1870. ) S. O. C.
OR A N G E1JU.H G AGA DEMY
On Monday June 25th Rev. J.
Hachman Haskcll and Sisters, will
at thoir rcsidenca on Russell Street.
In connection with above a KiX
DKRGARtEN; (for children be
tween the ages of three (3) and seven
(7) will ! c opened as soon as the pro
per material can be procured from
Applications for both Schools re
ceived on Saturday and Monday
between the hours often (JO) and two
.1. BACH MAN 1IASKKLL.
Is Common L'i.kak.
Oliveros vs. Oliveroi?, et ?I.
For Sale, tlic Lot, ami Residence on
Hits.ii'II Street recently erected; between
Mr. Pike's and Mr." Seovill's; with the
ornamental material for finishing the
pia/.zns, &e., in handsome style. The house
lias French roof, three bav windows, and
kitchen extension, and has eleven Itopiiis in
all. The Lot extends hack to Olover
?Street in the rear, lias outbuildings and a
tine W'ell of water. For further particulars;
apply to Mrs. K<v<a Olivero*, Executrix,
or the undersigned, who will receive pro
posals for the purchase of tin* same.
The time for proof of claims agaitil the
Instate of (he latu Fsidro 1. Olivui'os ha;
beeil ?xtended to August 1st, IS7<?.
Jlv Onler of the Courts
C. Ii. OLOV KU,
jiliie ?"? Uui.
oi'FICK OF SCHOOL COl.MMSSlo.N KK.
Okanokiu uo County.
fht.i XOftiiLlio, S. <'., June 10th 187(5.
'Xoticc is hereby given in accordance to
Section-Ii) of an act In establish and main
tain a system of Fr*;c Cuninioii Schools for
tin- Slate of South Carolina approved March
(Sill 1871, provides that an annual un dine,
of each School District, shall he held on the
last Saturday in .June of each year at 12
o'clock M. Notice of the time and place
being given hy the Clerk of the hoard of
Trustees by posted written or printed no
tices in their public place of the District at
least 10 days before the meeting. To raise
by tax in addition to the amount appor
tioned to the State to their use, such fur
ther sum of money as they deem proper
for the support of public schools. Said
stun not to be ihor? the S'VOO for every child
in the District between tlic ages of six and
sixteen, as nsserled hy the last cnmncralsoh,
said to be collected by the County Treasurer
and to he held hy hint subject to the order
of the Trustees, countersigned by the Coun
ty School Commissioner.
Co. School Cot'i. of
j title 10?it Orangcbiirg, Co., C. II.
ORAXOEHCKC, S. C. June 1st 187?;
I will he at the following named
places to rcceivo Returns of Personal
property for tin year !S7G, as follows:
AtLewisvillo Monday and Tuesday
June 12th loth.
At Furt Mulle, "Wednesday, June
At Howesvillc, Friday, June Kith,
At Branch villc, Saturday June 17th
At W. K. Lewis' Store (Poplar)
Tuesday, June 27th.
At J. V. Ways Store (Goodhys)
Thursday, Juno 2!Uh.
At Knolls Mill, Monday, July 10th.
At Col. D. Livingston Mill, Tues
day, July 11th.
At \V. L. % Biley's, Wednesday,
The Oflice at Orangeburg will be
open for the same purpose until the
20th day of July 1870, after which
time the 50 per cent penalty will bo
charged against all delinquents.
JAS. VAN TASSEL,
Dr. J. 0. WAXXAMAKEll is in pos
CSftipn of the Receipts and Prescription
Hooks of the late Dr. K. J. Olivcros. All
pel-sens desiring to get any of the above
i Preparations or Renewal of Prescriptions
can do so by calling tin
At his Drug Store.
Six linger grain cradles just received
Another ear load of PRIME COUX, which
is oll'ereil at low prices for Cash.
AUGUSTA KAMIfcY FLO UK.
FBKS1I BEAT KICK, ?rcj
VOR SAI.K IIY
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
IK k QUAKER CIS.
SIX and QUARTER Cents!
S I X AND QUARTER ON N TS -
SIXTEEN V A LIDS
FOR ONE DOLLAR !
FOR ONE DOLLAR!
Toil ONE DOLLAR
One Hiintlretl Pieces
T. K0HN& BROTHER'S
Which will l c sold at the above
HARD RAN PRICES:
New Spring Goods at low
] > rices !
New Dress Goods !! $
New Spring Parasols!! I
We offer, al.-o, full linos leading brands
TjOII? Clothes, at the lowest
manufacturers' prices and, Sheet
ings, Pillow Cottons,
Towels, Linen Tal?
lin;;s, I r tali TAnens,
Cassi meres, Cotton
of the Kfst makes at prices
tli it cannot fail 0? ple:ue.
New Cl oil ting!
New Styles! !
requires all huyers
to examine our good* before purchasing.
Our stock of Clothing cicoll in variety,
extent, J&yle, Quality anil Economy.
AYe also have in store a large variety of
latest fashions in Ladies, Gents,
Hoys and Girls Si raw Hats
and every other style of If ats in
vogue. Stationary, Base
Halls, ?als, Pistol Car
tridges and thousands of other
articles tco numerous to com
mence tu mention, pur
chased at the prevailing
YjOW Prices, and
will he sold ao?
Shoes and Gaiters
in Leather or .Serge for Men,
Women and Children, in
large assortment of the l'cst makes at
prices to suit the limes,
All we ask or the kind
public is to come and sec us,
bring along the Silver or
Greenbacks, which is nt par
with caeh other.
T. K011N S BROTHER. ]