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Petros Council No. II, R.\ & S.'. M.\
Will moot each Thursday at G o'clock P. M:
from 1st October to 1st April, und at 8
o'clock from 1st April to 1st October, on
the following date*, June 24, July 22, Aug.
1?, ?cpt. 1C, Oct. 21, Nov. 18, and* Dec. lti.
J. F. I KLAR, T. I.
G. W. Brukson, Recorder.
Knreka Chanter No. 13, W. A.\S!.\?
Will meet during the present Masonic year
at the usual hours, (he folio win dates:
March 10th, April 7th, May 5th, June
2nd, August 4th, September 1st, October
27lb, November24th, December 29th.
J. F. IZLAR, M; 15. II. P.
J.-M. RkUNSOS, Sec.
Shibboleth Lodge X?. 28, A.\ h\: M.v
Will meet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock,
from 1st Oct. to 1st April and at 8 o'clock
f rom 1st April to 1st October on the follow
ing dates, April 1, May 2, .June G, duly 4,
Aug. 8, Sent, ?, Oct. 8, Nov. 7, Dee. ">.
JAS. F. 1KLAR, W.M.
Gp.o. W. Brcnson, See.
may 29 1S75 7m.
I. O. O. P.
Kdisto Lodge No- 33,?Meets at Odil
Fellows Hall, every Monday evening at 8
o'clock, from20th March to 20th Sept. and
at 7J o'clock from 20th Sept. to 20lh .March.
V DkMAIIS, N. (J.
J HERMAN WAHLERS, Sec.
Rebecca Lodge?Met ts S o'clock every
second Wednesday after sale day.
" F. Dr.MAKH, N. (i.
This body meets June S. Sept. 7, Dei-. 7.
Mayors Court, held whenever occasion
?ONS OF T0(PERANO?.
Orangeburp Division No. 21, meets every
Monday evening in the basement of the
Y. Irff. <*. A.?Hall and Beading
Room over Store of Mr. J. <\ Tike?open
every night from 8::>0 to 10;:u) i?. m.
JUPrayer Meetings this month June 1st,
8th, ISthi 23rd and 29th at 8 *.U> m.
Business Meeting June 22nd 8:30 v. si..
??verv Fourth Thursday in each month at
M. GI.OYER, President.
L O C ? x77
?S. L. Duncan has appointed A. C.
"Williams, of Lyon's Township, Chair
?tunn of Club House Precinct upon a
petition of the citizens, to fill lite va
cancy deeash ned hy the Vo'moval of
E. C. Gray.
TilE JIT. IlEV. \\r. 11. If. 1io WE?
J'-n'Jtestunt Episcopal Bishop of So.
<-a. 4sr expected to arrive in Orange
burg to-day, and will hold divine
m rvice at the Episcopal Church to
morrow' morning -2'ld fn-t at half
past ten o'clock-. He will also ad
' ?minister the Holy 'Communion.
-A 'difficulty oeeurhxl om Thursday
?the iL'Jch i?.sU, afoottt four miles from
Fort Sl'Oji^ Wl\S\seH l\ C. Wootkrd
:and IS'ess ["Curry, ?ioWin$g out of a
?certain horse trade made by them
?sonic time previous, in which Ness
'Curry received a wound from the
?fleet of which he died on Friday.
We have not been able to learn
the. particulars but will give them to
?our readers in our next issue.
rElNTZXO OFFICE SECtlETS?
An exchange truth fully remarks that
:i properly conducted printing office is
as much a secret socio.y as a .Masonic
lodge. The ptintcrs.arc not always
tinder an oath of secrecy, but always
feels themselves as truly in honor
bound to keep secrets as though they
had been put through the mill. Wc
make this statcmentbecau.se it some
time happens that a vommunieation
appears in a newspaper, under an
assumed signature, which excites
comment, and various parties try to
find, out w ho is the author. Let all
be saved the trouble of questioning
the honorable employees or attachecs
of the printing office. They arc
"know-nothings" on such points as
these. On such matters the}' "have
eyes and cars, but no mouth."
j. still ess <t- co?s mills
Hoc tho advertisement of" this firm
in to days issue, which shows their be
lief iu iirintcrs ink, as an aid to busi
ness thcac'v.-Jvll times. These gentle
men arc p eparjed to furnish every
thing in their line at lowest possible
rates, and guarantee satisfaction to
all ctistomci/s. They offer special
inducements)in Lumber, dressed or
otherwise, l/aving by the erection of
their Planing Mill, every facilly for
filling oijdcrs .promptly and satisfac
torily. /Their low rates are enabling
them Lb ship lumber to other points
in the Stete; wo'noticed three carloads
being shipped to Newbcrry last week.
Tho firm are agents for sale of second
hand Engines and Maehenery, which
they guarantee to be in good running
order and at half price new machine
ry, and their circular of engines for
sale is well worth looking at, by far
mers who think of substituting steam
for horse power. They keep on hand
Plastering Laths, Machine Oil, &e
for sale. Their establishment is weii
worth a yisit.
Tiik Dot; Days.?The term was
applied by the ancients to that period
of tho year when Sirius, the bright*
csLstar in tho colstollatiou, known as
fan is Major, rose and set with the
sun in the lattitude of the Mediter
ranean Owing to the precession of
the equinoxes that event now occurs
as late as the 10th of August. The
commencement of the Egyptian year
was formerly simultaneous with this
astronomical epoch. There is con
siderable difference between standard
authorities as to the beginning and
end of dich c?iiiculurcs, or dog days.
The following are some of the com
putations : Eroin July 3 to August
11; Iroin July 15 to August 20; from
duly 2-1 to August 2-1; from the latter
pa i l of d uly to the 1st of Sep
tember.? ( otthnbitt Ift'f/istcr.
???.. -. -
Call at Dr. J. (i. Wnnnamnkcr's
and get a pamphlet and read about
Dr.- Clark Johnston's great lud hin
blood >yrup, the best medicine, in
use. Dr. Wanuaiuakcr also has the
medicine for sale at wholesale and
retail. junc 21
Americans arc particularly subject
to this disease and its effects : such as
Sour Stomach, Sick Headache Habi
tual costiveuess., Heart burn. Water
brash, coming up of tha food coated
tongue, disagreeable taste in the
mouth, palpitation of the Heart and
nil diseases of the Stomach aud Liver.
Two doses of Green's August Flower
will relieve you at once, and there
positively is not a ease 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 e< uts and try it. liegular size 75
A Fmiavkr that Changes its
Coi.oit. ? Botany is a division of na
tural science which treats of plants,
and a vt'udy of Vegetable Phisiolugy
must, be the foundation of botanical
knowledge?a study only possible by
tho improvements in the microscope
nod in organic chemistry, 's plants
are nut sea lie. cd haphazard over the
earth, botanical geography must be
st udved, with this, plant-history.
Ilotany may be applied to the wants
of every-day life, as in Agriculture,
Horticulture, or Medical Botany.
Animals 6Itch exhibit a marvelous
instinct in selecting medicinal hvtrbs,
and an observation of their habits
has often, even in the present time,
led to most valuable discoveries. Ami
should man, with his knowledge ami
appliances, fail to discovei less than
tho brute? It is'ttf Medical Botany
we would speak, or of the Hepatine
Plant, discovered in Southern Nubia,
the Flower of which changes ifs color
with every change of the atmosphere,
The remarkable changes and vuria
lions of this Plant ami Flower have
been for years our special study, re
sulting in the discovery of its posses
sion of wonderful medical properties,
I the existence and value of which
have heretofore been entirely un
known to medical science. After
much labor and scientific investiga
tion, wo have succeeded in extracting
its peculiar medicinal principles,
which is a specific and cure for all
diseases of the Liver, Stomach and
Bowels; ji permanent cure for Dyspe
psia, Indigestion, Spleen, Constipa
tion, Jon ml ice, and all Billions Com
plaints. Of course we cannot send a
living Flower of this Plant to all who
read of Hepatine; but to all who will
solid their address to 'Merrell Si
Condon, Philadelphia. Pa., with a
time-cent stamp for return postage,
we will send Free a fac-smile of the
Flower, that will change its color
just tho same as the real Hepatine
Tho Medicine, Mcr roll's Hepatine,
for sale by Dr. A. C. Dukes Orange
burg, S. C, and will cure all diseases
of the Liver.
TO THE BEAR
A. FISCilEU's store
Where I hni prepared to serve the Public
at the shortest notice in my line of business.
Thanking the Citizens for their liberal
patronage in the past, I beg a continuance of
the same in the future
M?SES M. BROWX, Barbar.
DR. B. J. MUCKEN FUSS
Having entirely Recovered from his Sick
ness, can be found at his OFFICIO over
(Jeo. II; Cornclson'fi Store, where he will
be glad to SEE his FRIENDS and the
sii & iires.
SIX and ClUARIER Cents!
SIX AND QUARTER CNNTS
FOR ONE DOLLAR !
FOR ONE DOLLAR !
FUR ONE DOLLAR
One Hundred Pieces
T. KOHN & BROTHER'S
Which will he sohl at tho above
HARD FAN PRICES:
New Spring Goods al low
New Press Crootln;!!
New Spring l?arasol.s !!!
Wc ?fter, also, full lines leading brands
IiOIlg Clot llCN. at tlie lowest
manufacturers' juices and. Sheet- J<
iugs, Pillow Cottons,
Towel*, I. in rii Tab
liu^s, Irish IjIiiciih^
aid cm. pants St ii flV,
of the liest inakesat prices
tint cannot fail to please.
requires all buyers
to examine our goods before purchasing.
Our slock of Clothing excel! in variety,
extent, -Style, Quality ami Kcbiiohiy.
We also have in store a large variety of
latest fashions in Ladies, (?eills.
Hoys and CJirls Straw Hats
and every other style of Hats ill
vogue. Stationary, Blase
Hall*. ISats, Pistol ( ?r<
ll'idgCS and thousands of other
articles t< o numerous to coin,
iiicnce to mention, pur
chased at the. prevailing
Low PriCCM, and
will be sold ac
Shoos ami Claitcrs
in Leather or .Serge for itleil,
Women and Children, in
large assortment of the l>cst makes at
prices to suit the times.
All wc ask or the kind
public is to coiuc and see us,
bring along the Silver or
Greenbacks, which in at par
with each other.
T. KOHN & BROTH ER.
' J. STRAUSS & CO.
ce, Grist, Meat and Lumber Dealers,
(Cor. Market and A meliu. Streets.),
Heg leave to call attention to heir IjlCr?a>?edLI[B^Cili'ti05
for supplying all wants in their line.
All grades RICE for sale at LOW FIGURES.
GRIST and MEAL. (Bolted) for sale at u
Choice Clean Bice exchanged lor BOUGH..
Highest Market ]?rice paid for BICE and CORK.
otjr i^t,A.isriasro mix.x^
Lately ERECTED enables us to furnish DRESSED LUMBER at uu
hc.ii d of PRICES, as follows:
DRESSED FLOORING, $15 per M. and Dressed, Ceiling, S14pcr M.
Bills for ROUGH LUMBER, sawed to order at lowest rates.
Plastering Lathes, Machine Oil, low down.
One 15 Saw Taylor Gin, good order, at 'ZOO per saw.
A largo number of'2nd hand Portable and Stationary Engines in good
working order, for sale :it half price of new.
We invite all interested in HOME ENTERPRISE, ho vfeif our estab
IT A S I^Eltp^35b TO
T. D. WOLFE'S OLD STAND
With a full stock of Groceries,
Liquors, Cigars and Tobaccos.
Call on him and he will do his
best to please you.
S. E. Tobih S. A. Albergotti.
The cheapest BACON, FLOUR,
SUGAR, DRY GOODS BOOTS,
and SHOES House in the County.
This is the unanimous verdict
of the people, gained by adhering
strictly to our Cash aid Small
S. E. TOBIN & CO.,
J; C, PIKE,
VOSE'S OLD STAND,
Has OPENED- REFITTED and RESTOCKED this Large and Coni
modious Store with the most
SELECT STOCK OF GOODS
EVER OFFERED HERE, comprised of
FRESH GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
\V< ><)(mA BE, GLASSWARE,.
CROCKERY WARE, CANNED GOODS.
Dry Goods, Hate, Boots and Shoes,
Which is offered at PRICES that will ASTONISH those that wish to
SAVE MONEY these HARD TIMES. A call will convince you of the
COUNTRY PRODUCE WANTED,
For which the HIGHEST MARKET PRICES will bj paid.
m- Constantly on hand FERTILIZERS.
X_yi3rXC for 13tilIcting: or I^ortilizilirr purposes, con
stantly on hand, and for .sale at Reasonable Rates.
jan 25) 1.S7? ly
C. B. KORTJOHN
Begs to inform his FRIENDS, PATRONS and the PUBLIC generali, that
he is continually receiving Large Supplies of
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, &c;
Tin Ware, Wooden Ware,
Of all kinds; in fact, a supply of
Always on hand at Low Prices, and shown free of charge.
All that kindly favor me fly calling and seeing for themselves, will be con?
vi need that the place for them to hup their supplies is
O. 3D. KO?TJOI-nST.
want to make
a chaugc in our busi
ness and have made a
chaugc in our prices, AVo \
will sell gur Entire Stoelc of &
G oods now in Store at cost for
the next thirty days. \Vcc mean
what wc say, and i\*o.u^ invito all
those that wish to save money
to call and price, before
J. P. HARL.EY & CO.
Sii.x filigor grain cradles just received
Another car load of PRIME CORX^ which
is offered at low prices for Ca,I:,
AUGUSTA EASILY FLOUR.
Fit ES II BEAT RICE. ?c.,
Kbit sai.k nv
JOHN A. HAMILTON,'
HO 13KliT JENNY.
Importer a'td Manufacturer
HARNESS & SADDLES.
Has the pleasure tu inform the Public
that he has Received a heavy Stock from
the North of every description #rliat belong!
to a first class Saddlery BsUblishruciit.
Also wish to draw,particular attcntiqn in
Ins Stock of
LA Dil? HIDING SADDLfSJ
and Iris assortment of
Prices lower then ever.
Good Saddles at $:}.50.
Ciooil Shoes at $1.75
The Cordial Balm of Syrien?
and Tonic Pills.
However obscure the cansc may be which
contribute to render nervous debility u
disease so prevalent, nfiecting, as it dot?*,
nearly one-half of our adult population, it
is a melancholy fact that day by dar, and
year by year, we witness a most frightful in
crease of nervous a fleet ions from the slight
est neuralgia to the more gVavo mid
extreme forms of
Is characterized by a general languor o$
weakness of tho whole organism, especially
of the nervous system, obstructing and pre
venting the ordinary functions ofnaturo;
hence there is a disordered stato of the
secretions; constipation, scanty and high*
colored urine, with an excess ofcarthy or
lime sediment, indicative of waste of brain
and nerve substance, frequent palpitations
of the heart, loss of memory ami marked
irresolution of purpose, and inability to
carry into action any well-defined biuuncat
enterprise, or to fix the mind upon any one
thing at a time. Thoro is groat sensitive*
ness to impress, though retained but a short
time, with a flickering ami fluttering condi
tion of thu mental faculties, rendering an
individual what i? commonlv called ft
whitllo-minded or llickle-minded man.
This condition of tho individual, distress?
ing as it is, may with a certainty hecurcd by
THE CORDIAL BALM OF SYRICUM
AND LOTHROP'S TONIC PILLS,
Medicines unrivaled for their wonderful
properties and remarkable cures of all Ner
vous Complaint?. Their efficacy it)equally
great in the treatment and cure of Cancer?,
Nodes, Ulcers, Pustule, Pimples, Tetter,
Fever, Sores, Ringworm, Erysipelas, Scald
head. Barbers' Itch, Scurvy, Salt Rheam,
Copper-Colored Blotches, Glandular Swell
ings, Worms nnd Black Spots in tho Flesh,
I >iscol orations, Ulcers in thcThroat, Mouth
ami Nose, Sore Legs, and Sores of every
character, because these medicine.- ajo t^G
Ever placed before, tho people, and are war
ranted to be the most powerful Alternative
ever originated by man? removing morbid
Sensibil ity, Depression of Spirits, Dementia
ISti?'- Sold by all Drugging, and will be sent
by express to all parts of thecount rv byad
dressing the proprietor, G. EDGAR
LOTH HOP, M. D., 143 Court street Boston,
Mass , who may be consulted free of charge
either personally or by mail. Send 25 cents
and get a copy of his Book on NcrvQU?
hug I t J875_ly
d>5 TO $2? PER S>AY AT
fjp Home. Samples worth $1 free. Silasen
& Co., Port land, Mninc.