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Pctros Council No. 11, R.\ & S.\ M.\
"Will meet each Thursday at G o'clock P. M.
from 1st October to 1st April, and at 8
o'clock from 1st April to lHt October, on
the following dates, June 24, July 22, Aug.
19, Sept. 1C, Oct. 21, Nov. 18, and Dec. Ith
J. F. IZLAR, T. I.
G. "W. Brtuxeox, Recorder.
Kureka Chapter No. 13, R.\ A.\M.\?
"Will mcit during the present Masonic year
at the usual hours, the followin dates:
March 10th, April 7th. May 5th, June
2nd, Anglist 4th? September 1st, October
27th, November 24th, Leceinber 20th.
J. F. IZLAR. M. K. II. P.
J. M, BnuNSON, Sec.
Shibboleth Lotlgo No. 28, A.\ IV. H.v
Will meet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock,
from 1st Oct. to 1st April and at 8 o'clock
from 1st April to 1st October on the follow
ing dates, April 4, Mnv 2, June 0, July 4,
Aug. 8, Sept. 5, Oct. 3, Nov. 7, Doc. 5.
JAS. F. IZLAR, W. M.
Gko. W. BuUNSOX, Sec.
may 20 1875 7m.
A. U>. W. JE~.
Ktlisto Lodge No- 1)3,?Meets at Odd
Fellows Hall, every Moudnv. evening at 8
o'clock, from 20th March to 'JOth Sept. anil
at li o'clock from 201 Ii Sept. to 20th March.
i' DnM ATtS, N. G.
J I1KHMAN WA ULKUS, Sec.
Kohren? Lodge?Moits 8 o'clock every
pet'ond t'Wvdnct'day after sale day.
" F. Dr.MAUS, N. G.
This body meets June 8, Sept. 7, Dee. 7.
Mayors Court, held whenever occasion
SONS OF TK?I l?ERANCE.
Orangeliurg Division No. 24, meets every
Monday evening in the basement of the
Y. M. C. A.?Rail and Heading
Room over Store of Mr. J. C. I'ike?open
every night from HMO to 10:30 Pi M.
JJPraver Meetings this month June 1st,
Slh, 15th. 23rd and 2?Jth at 8;30 J\ M.
Duainess Meeting June 22iid 8:30 p. M.,
everv Fourth Thursday 4n each month at
Mi G LOY ICR, President.
F S Dinm/r, Secretary.
J j O C .A. L
MELLICH AMP'S SCHOOL EXHIBI
On the evening of Friday, June
?1()th, the citizens of out" town were
most delightfully entertained by an
vxhibitiou of Mr. Mellich?nip'* nour
ishing school in the Ternporiinee Hall.
The scholars, about forty in all,
tun relied to the tap of the drum from
I be school house to the halb where an
jnudience of probably five hundred
people awaited in anxious expectu
The procession entering the ball to
tire soitl tstirring music of the Orange
imfg fornss band, together with the
heat Und attractive costume of the
young lallieS) wits Indeed an imposing
At about A o* clock, the exercises
Nvcre opened with prayer by the Rctf.
The interesting performance then
commenced; the following being the
The Seasons?Jessie Mel li champ,
Pauline Meyers, Maggie Dukes and
: The KeW Scholar? W Lightfoot,
Maggie Dukes and It Dukes.
The Rival Speakers?Goo M Clark,
Hingen on tho Rhine?II ? Daw
Lawyer and Irishman?Allen Par
ier, A C Brown.
Little Speakers?A Kuhn, II Bolt
Vcr, C Dukes, W Thompson.
Country Cousins?Missouri Par
lcr, Euphcnia Thompson, Otis Whit
more, Eva Sostril nk.
Outlier (garlands?-Iji/.r.ie Dexter,
Jcs.si.e M'^iichamp, Katy Ezekiel.
TJ.'rb Moneyless Man?Evil Sistrunk
/TJiat Old Flesh Brush?F Adden.
The Blue and the Gray?Otis
The Train to Mauro?Fannie Mc
Namara, John Zciglcr, W Lightfoot,
Katy Lee and Willie Gray?I'au
Tho Rising Youth?Willie Dukes
and John Ogrcn.
Guilty or Not Guilty?Maggie
The Crowning Glory of the United
States?Geo J Dexter,
John Smith?John Zcigler.
The Midnight Murder?W Dukes.
The Used. Up Candidate?Geo
The Mechanic's Daughter?A del In
Kit'ohing; Clara Wiles, Fannie Mc
Namarn, Eva Sistruuk, J W Koitt, J
L Wilson, Euphenia Thompson.
Closing Address?J W Koitt.
All the scholars performed their
parts ao well that we are disposed to
refraiu lrom mentioning any one for
fear of doing injustice to the others.
THK USED UP CANDIDATE
an account of its. novelty and fun
attracted much attention. Tho re
sponses from different parts of the
hall wero woll arranged.
THE LAWYER AND THE IRISHMAN;
Was a splendid hit on the ?legal
fraternity, and brought down the
THE TRAIN TO MAUItO
Kept the audience in continual laugh
ter and applause, and reflected great
credit on Miss Fannie McNaniara.
THE ItrSIN? YOUTH
Poured hot shot into the editors?
Was original witty and well spo
Among (ho litt'o hoys August
Kohn and Henry Boliver were well
Probably the best piece of the
evening was the
M ECHANIC'S DAUGHTER
In which all the parts were well sus
THE RIVAL Sr. A KERB
was difficult and well done.
The judges elected by the scholars
were Capt. Jas. F. I/dar, Simucl
Dibble Esq., and Rev. J. ? Iluskcll.
They certainly had a difficult task to
perform, which they did well, and we
Their remarks in presenting the
prizes to the scholars were very ap
propriate and instructive. "We no
ticed on the stage with them his hon
or Mayor Boliver.
Twelve prize books were given to
the school by the teacher, and one
handsome toilet sett by Mr. C. F.
We regret that the want of space
prevents u.s from giving the names of
those receiving prizes and honorable
mention, We may give the list fu
our next issue.
The. closing song taught to the
children by Mrs. McMichael Was ap
propriate and affecting.
Tho tnhh-aux gave an imposing
finish to the interesting eutertain
The whole affair showed thorough
training and excellent selection.
This is the second exhibition Mr.
Metlfchamp has given which has
proved a complete success; and we
hope he will continue there as a
means of general improvement and
stimulation to the youth of our town.
The weather Was hot, exceedingly
hut, on the Fourth of July, 1.S70.
Mr. A. Juurdnn will accept our
thanks for a line parcel of sweet
Mr, Wm. Chilli of Ho wcsvillc, is a
successful planter. Our thanks arc
due him for a lar^c watermcllon.
See advertisement of C. S. Bull
Esq., giving notice of his desire to
dispose of his stock of groceries, lie
oflcrs a rare bargain.
? ?g?>- ??? ?
Hons. E. W. M. Mackcy, C, W.
Buttz and W. J. W nipper were in
town on the glorious Fourth.
/?;. /. II. A L. CO.?
J. II. Wahlers,* Esq., has been
elected Assistant Foreman of the
Elliott Independent Hook and
CENTE SN JA L A OA IN?
Tho Rev. S. B. Sawyer, a very in
telligent Baptist Minister will deliver
a Centennial Sermon to-morrow morn
ing in the Baptist Chuchat the usual
JUDGE COO EE
Anil his family spent the Fourth
in our Burg, and joined in the festivi
tis of tho day. The Judge appeared to
he in excellent health. Ho is tho
most popular Judge there is upon the
Bench in South Carolina.
The Journal of Commerce had n
lively account of tho Fourth ia the
On and after the 10th inst., the
Clerk of Council will issue executions
against delinquent tax-payers. . Look
Tho conduct of P. M. Gray, F. M. '
Mellette and others on tho Committee
of arrangements was such as to merit
the gratitude of Republicans every
Eli ESII SEROS?
A large supply of Winter garden
seeds has Just been received by Mr.
E/.ekicl, from the celebrated house of
D. Lumlrelh & Son-. Sec card in
E. E. EI1ETT, .111?
Assumed charge of the Journal of
Commerce on the 2nd inst. He has a
national reputation as an able and
caustic writer, and will impart a tone
and character to Charleston jurisdic
tion which it hasn't enjoyed since
the demise of the Courier.
run Lie insta l la tiox?
The ofheers of the Orangcburg Di
vision, No. 24, Sons of Temperance
will be publicly installed on Monday
night next. The a Hair will be quite
imposing and will be supplemented by
r i eloquent speech by Rev. A. I.
i uirtley one of the best pulpit ora
tors in the State. The public is in
Mr. B. B. Leo passed a splendid
examination in Charleston before a
board ot Medical Examiners iu Char
leston, and has received a license as
druggist, lie is a young gentleman
of popular and pleasing manners, and
can always be found at Pr-IIyd rick's,
where line drugs, soda water etc, are
for sale in qualities to suit customers:
Dr, Hydrick ia not only a splendid
druggist but also one of the host phy
sicians iu the City.
_ ^ j j ^
TEE CAME LA W?
For the information of our readers
we publish the Status of* the present
game law of South Carolina. The
last amendment makes it read. ''It
shall not be lawful for any person in
this State to kill any deer or worry
with dogs, or otherwise, with the
Intention of dcMrnyt.i^ I ham IiMu-.-k.
the. 1st day of February and the 1st
day of September in any year here
r. o. o. )\?
At tbc lust regular meeting of the
Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
the following ofilcci'.i Were installed
by D. D. G. Mi, W. F. Barton :
F. DeMars, N. G,
E. Ezekiel, V. G.
iL II. Wahler?, Scct'y.
T. li. Boyd, Trcas.
P. Gi Cannon, O. G.
J. A. Williams, I.G.
R. II. Wiles, Warden.
C F. (Ichreis, Con'd.
E. Menisci, II. S. N. G.
- A.H. Lcwin, L. 3. N. G.
A. Fischer, IV G.
PLEAS A XT INCIDENTS?
Wo had man)'favors shown us on
the 4 tli of this month. Some of them
remind us of days when we knew
Nothing of strife. When there was a
feeling of humanity between man and
man, before cliqucism and personal
friendships had the run of the day,
when the warm heart beat re
sponsive to the warm heart, and when
scoundrclism had no p'acc in the
politics of the day.
With a memory fraught with those
days, wo tender our thanks to Hon.
W. II. Recdish t .r his kindly re
memherance of us, which we cannot
account for better than in his
own eloquent language:
BnANciivtr.i.k, S. 0.
July 4, 187(J.
J. fielder Meyer*. K&q:
My Dkaii Fribni) :
I send you a walking stick made of
tho sprig of a cypress lakeu from
Esquiro "Faircy mill pond," I made
it expressly for you, keep it, not for its'
intrinsic worth, but as I know even
in the darkest hours of political con
fusion their must cling some happy
reminiscences of your yout h. I send
it to you.
It would have given me great
pleasure to have participated
with my Republican friends in the
festivities of to day, but a combina
tion of circumstances prevents me, I
hope, and know you will all have an
Yours in tho good causo of good
government and equal rights to
W. II. RrbdjsiiJ
[com m un ic a t ki >? 1
At the regular meeting of the I. Y.
A. Fire Engine Co., held July Glh
1875, tho following resolution wtis
unanimously adopted :
Resolved, That the thanks of this
Company be and arc hereby tendered
to the Citizens,?end especially the
Ladies, for refreshments kindly
furnished us nl the Fire on the morn
ing of the 24th June.
F. A. Sciiri'Fi.F.Y,
Orahgeburg, July 2?th 1S76
Call at Dr. JVC; Wannamakcr's
and get a pamphlet and read about
Dr. Clark Johnston's great Indian
blood syrup, the best medicine in
use. Dr. Waiiunihukcr also has the
medicine for sale at wholesale and
retail. jtiuc 24
mm* %??Wim - ?
A Fl.OWHlt Til AT ClIAXCES ITS
Coi.on.?Botany is a division of nn
turall: science which treats of plants'
and a study'of Vegetable Phisiplbgv
must be the foundation of botanical
knowledge?a study only possible by
the improvements in the microscope
and in organic chemistry. / s plants
are not scattered haphazard over the
earth, botanical geography must be
studied, with this, plant-history
Botany may be applied to the wants
of everyday life, as in Agriculture,
HorXiculturc, or Medical Botany.
Animals often exhibit a 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 bis knowledge and
appliances, fail to discovci less than
the brute? It is of Medical Botany
we would speak, or of the Hcpatinc
Plant, discovered in Southern Nubia,
the Flower of which changes its color
with every change of ibe atmosphere,
The. remarkable changes and variti
tions of this Plant, and Flower have
been lor years our special study, re
stilling in the discovery of its posses
sipn ? of wonderful medical properlies?
tho 'existence ami value of which
have heretofore been entirely un
known to medical science. Alter
much labor and scientific investign
lion, wo have succeeded in extracting
its peculiar medicinal principles,
which is a specific and cure for all
diseases of the Liver, Stome.ch and
Bowels; a permanent cure for Dyspo
psia, Indigestion, S plena, Constipa
lion, Joundicc, and all Bill ions Coin
plaint-. Of course we cannot send a
living Flower of this Plant to all who
read of Hcpntiiie; but to a!I who will
sendv their address to M er roll &
Cou/hni,' Philadelphia, .Pa., with a
ThTec'Cf tit "stamp iur lutui
we will send Free a fac-stiiile of the
Flower, tha* will change its color
ju t the same as the real Hepatiiic
The Medicine, Merrcll'a Hcpatinc
for sale by Dr; A. C. Dukes Orange
burg, S. O, and will cure all diseases
of the Liver
Americans arc particularly subject
to this disease and its effects : such as
Sour Stomach, Sick llca.da.chc Habi
tual co?tivcnes.s, I feart burn. Water
brash, coming up of thd food coated
tongue, disagreeable taste in the
mouth, palpitation of the Heart and
all diseases of the Stomach and Liver.
Two doses of Green's August Flower
will relieve you at once, and there
positively is iiot 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 cuts and try it. Regular size 75
DlKi)?On lite morning of the '27th 1JS7G,
Francis Kdncr, infant Daughter of J. C.
and Francis -\. Pike, aged 8 months.
"As the sweet (lower that secuta the morn,
Hut withers in the rising day,
Thus lovely was this infant dawn,
Til*:* swiftly tied its life away.
It died ere it expanded soul,
Had ever turned w ith wrong desire;
Had ever spurned at Heavens control,
Or ever quenched its sacred lire.
It died to -in, it died to care,
Hut for a moment felt the rod,
(>!i mniinnor such the Lord declares,
"neli are the children of our Clod."
Three fine thoroughbred Berkshire PIGS
from imported Stock. Apply at my
T. C. ANDREWS.
jllllL'21 * tf
THE STATIC OP SOUTH CAROLINA.
Oka no huu r? County;
Ix Common Pi.kas.
Lauretta V. ily d rick, Ami'r?CoiUest
Auiicxo of A. J. Hydrick deceased, Plautiff
Melissa Y. Hydrick, and others Defendants
All persons having demands against tho
Rstato of the said Andrew J. Hydrick, arc
required by an Order of the Court in the
above entitled action, to present ami prove
the same before the undersigned, on or
before the first, day of August next, or be
.June 12th 1870,
Wm. f. iujtson,
pme .17 ? lm
ijjB TO $SSO 1>AY; AT
fjp Ilomc. Samples worth $1 free. Slhu-ou
& Co., Portland, Maine. \
Sil k ?1(1
SIX and QUARTER Cents t
SIX AND QUARTER CNNTS
FOR ONE DOLLAR !
FDR ONE DOLLAR \
FOR ONE DOLLAR
One Hundred Pieces
T. KOHN & BROTHER'S
Which will he sohl at the above
HARD PAN PRICES:
Xew Spring G-??cls at low
Xew Dress Ooocls!!
Xew Spring Parasols!!!
Wv ofl'er, also, full linca leading brands
T^ong Clothes, at the lowest
manufacturers' prices and, Sheet- J"
ings, Pillow Col tons,
Towels, Xiiucii Tab
lings, Irish IJiiens,
ades. pants Sintis,
of the best makes at prices
that cannot fail topleave.
Xew Styles! !
require* all buyera
?>f Spring Clothing,
to examine our ^oud* UoXore pBreJuttiatf. <
Our r.toek of Clothing cxcell in vnriuty,
extent, Style, Quality and Kcbhotny.
AVe a Ira have in store a large variety of
latest fashions in Ijulios, Gent*,
Hojs and Girls Straw Hals
and every other style of Hats ill
vogue. Stationary, Huso
Halls, lints, Pistol Car
IridgCS and thousands of other
articles Ico numerous to com
lUenee to mention, pur
chased at the prevailing
JjOw Prices, nnd
will be sold ac
Shoes and Gaiters
in Leather or Serge for Men,
Women and Children, in
large assortment of the best makes :it
prices to suit the times.
All we ask of the kind
public is to conic mid sec ns,
bring alone; the Silver or
Greenbacks, which is at par
with each other.
T. KOHN & BROTHER.
CO U NC 1L CflA M DER,
Town ok OaANOEUima,
June 20th 1870.
The time for tlic Collection of Town
Taxe? having expired, parties who have
*?>t paid their taxes will lie allowed u?'!ti the
10th day ?f July to pay the same with
penalty, after thai date executions will
By order of Council.
T. Pv. Maj.onje.
junc 21 2t
want to make
? change in our bust*
uess and have made a
change in our prices, We
will sell our Entire Stock of
Goods now in Store at cost for
the next thirty day3. We mean
what wo say, and would invite all
those that wish to savo money
to call and price before
J. P. HARLE Y & CO.
Books! Stationery! Music I
A lot oT WINDOW SHADES nf an im*
proved Patent, being neat, simple in put
ling up, durable and CHEAP in price.
Lamps, Chimneys and Lamp Fixtures
always on hand.
SOLE AGENT FOB THE
Celebrated WAIT PLOW and Casting?,
which 1 sell at Manufacturer's
Prices, with freight
^ added, viz :
True Horse A and B.?G 00
Two Horn M and N. ? 00
Castings.7c per lb.
Insui since and Collections prompt
ly attended to.
Liverpool, London and Globe Insuranco Co
Georgia Home Insurance Co.
Mau hatten Life Insurance Co.
Joel 2 ' 3g
' Western Corn.
Six finger grain cradles just received
Another car load of PRIME CORN, which
Is offered at low prices for Cash.
AUGUSTA EASILY FLOUR.
FRESH BEAT RICE, &?.,
-" C I T T? nv
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
JO II IV OGBEX
Importer and Manufacturer
HARNESS & SADDLES.
Has the pleasure to inform the Public
that he haa Received aheavy Stock from
tho North of every description whatbelonge
to a first class Saddlery ??tabU*hiaeni
Abo wish to draw particular attention 10
bin Stock of
LADIES RIDING BADOLES
nud his ?.soortmeut of
Prices lower tken ever.
Good Saddles at $3..V).
Good Shoe* at $1.75
ARTHUR II. I.EWLV
DERMM0L1GIST AND PRACTICAL,
If you want a good and easy Shave or an
Artistic Hair Cut or a delightful Shampoo,
ARTHUR II. LEWIN'S
Hair Culling Rooms, No. 3 Law Range
opposite Court House Square.
Ifriy Special attention paid to Children
Hair Cutting. Extra Rooms for Ladies,
sept 4 1875 ly
A. M. Snider. L. S. WOLFE
& T. J.Calvert
Office open at all tinier"
A lull coTOa^eS&J
omrjQto outflt of .Aims, spar
p x stA posswv&i