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. Pedros Connci. M>. 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 1st October, oil
the following date*, June 24, July 22, Alig:
19, Sept. 10, Oct. 21, ytttr-J*S?SS* vP?lf- IH
G. W. Bkunson, KicoWlrH v? /' \>' rv
. Knfeka Chants Nth ill, A.\M.".?
Will meet during the present Masonic year
at Ui.9|U*pa:lhours, the followin dates:
,; >Inrcl\ 10th, April 7th, May 6th, June
2^id, August 4th, September 1st, October
37th, November 24th, December 20lh.
J. F. IZLAR, M. E. H. P.
j.yjB^L-ys^^scc, J ; j )
Shibbolcth'Loilgo Xo7_S, A.*. V.: M.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, May 2, June 0, July 4,
Aug. 8, Sept. 5, Oct. 3, Nov. 7, Dec; 5.
JAS. F. IZLAR, AY. M.
Geo. "NY. Bnt'Nsox, See. .
may 29 1875 _7m.
I. O. O. F.
Kdisto Longo ?0. p,?Meets at Odd
Fellows Hall, every Friday evening at X
o'clock, from 20th March to 20th Sept. and
at 7i TOJcrrrom 20tli Sept. to 20th March.
H ?-- F Ui:MAltS, N. ?.
i QIER^I AN WAlILl'iltS, See,
Rebecca Coilgcf-Meets 8 o'clock every
second Wednesday after sale dav;
; i J .. F. D^MAHS, N. G.
This body liu is June 8, Sept. 7, Dec. 7.
Mayors Court, bold whenever occasion
SONS OF TKRXi^i-KArVCE.
Orangeburg Division!; No. 24, inccbj every
Monday evening in the basement of tho
SSK !Cs''AV?irali and KvaUihg
l\oom over Store of Mr. J; O. l'ike?open
?every mghtTfrpm S:30 tp, 10:31? X\ M*
"PravirijEofetingrtitbis month June 1st,.
?tli, lAth. 23rd and 2Dtli at 8:80 i?. m.
Business Meiling June 22nd 8:30 l*. M?
?very Fourth Thursday in each nionili at
M. GLOVF.R, President.
F S Dnuu.v, Secretary.
South ??r?>Uica Kail road.
IOKKIOK llul'ItS AT (lUASOKIUKC UHl'OTV
From :> o'eU.k A: M. to 2J 1\ M. From
?T,} o'clock P. M. to 0 P. M.
Goods received aitd delivered only during
O C .A. J, .
?Soo.S. Ji. Tob in, it Co?, ?dvortisc
A dine -mule for .<iJc-j*L the JLivcry
. ft biMU 3 *u I iwei's is 'Uks jdaco to -ha ve
;> our kJkmjs jmk! ibtkitS 'mittle,
If ,you want -Jr-n-gams in ihn dry
jgiuldS or giii.weuy HS'tiO, Htaill trii John
jYA'ir CUT'J OX
Tire first open cotton of 9.hfcs jeWj** ]
?ero'p w-ns laid upon our vatalc ?y Caf?t.
Jesse JST. liit'iglei* on rJi$?rrs<?ay_ Aasu
We have received iriftu Air. Kirk
iKou'niaoj) a pamphlet descriptive of
4'lic coming November Fair lor this ,
Dr. O. ll.Ol, of BranchviUo, was
*n ntLcndanco o.pon U-ie cou*ity Demo
kratie Cofi"*enti<wi hshl i? this plnco
(on Thursday last;^
Tlic neat vcsidciicc erected by Mv.
Hugh Beck fiic Mr. Barney William
son,js|^i^^t ^^H]piettod. *3tjt- reflects
credit upon its builder.
The^cqoo .t!ic corner of Bu?sell
and Market streets is to rent. It
was lately occupied by J. W. Moscley
and is' ?iio^of tho best stands in this
|)lacc. Apj?|vJo Mr. T. C. Andrews.
Mr. A. J.* Jordan will accept our
thanks-for a variety of fine grapes.
Ilcims one of the finest,collection ol
grapes wc ever sa\f. Those in want
of cuttings can procure them from
liim at reasonable prices.
The J'Vcc Citixni was printed on a
half sheet last Saturday, owing to
arrangements that wore being made
looking to its enlargement. Friend
Webster is a good . writer, and we
wish him success in his Undertaking;.
A large mass mqcting will be hclil
at li?ckey^urove>in Hockey G rove
Township* one week from to-day.
The Republicans of /our townships
will be present, who will be addressed
hy speakers from abroad, among them
Solicitor Butt/., and others of his
The meeting will be under tlic
ppntrol of Mr. John II. Phillips, the
indefatigable wardiorac of the Fork.
Seo tho advcrtisomcnt of Mr. Hugo
Sheridan, principal of St. Matthews'
Academy. Mr. II. is a successful aud
popular teacher, atid we take pleasure
hi rccommcudiug his school to tho
favorahlo consideration of parents, iu
Judge Glover's Black Juiy Grapes,
of Which, we had^.thq. pleasure of
l)usti^g;a jsnmriie^arc>ff Juscious as
grapes'' can'" he. "Wo 'lrnvc always
known that the Judge was well pos
ted in law, litcraturo and other ele
gant and excellent matters. Now
wc know that ho is a good judgo of
grapes (and of thoso y/\i& kubV >li,ow
to appreciate them?us, for example.)
They arc the finest grapes wc have
ever seen raised in this country.
Our friend Muller was in Orange
burg ou Monday last. He was not
in his usual good humor. With a
copy of the Lutheran Visitor iu his
hands, he complained bitterly of its
special correspondent being imposed
upon, in that his letters hpd been
copied into other papers without the
proper credit. We did not nsecrtiun'
where our friend would enter his com
plaint.- It would scorn, that the Trial
Justice's Court would be incapable of
rende'riug the satisfaction craved.
The advertisement of Mr. T. ? C.
> ? : i : fi " ' '? r \t' <*
Andrews appears in another column.
His store is well packed with all sorts
of nice things for the public. ''Dry
goods, shoes, hats etc, can be hudv
there in *abundauec. 'His bar" is a
model, and is presided over by Dr.
Butler. In tho dry goods and grooory
department will be found Mr. t>. B.
Thompson, who will take pleasure in
waiting upon customers. . But read
the advertisement ami be happy.
Turnip seed to give away there.
IM'A .Y77C IDi:?
On Monday ill, July 1870,11. 1\
Oimke, Trial .Justice of St. Matthews,
held an iuijucst over the body o! an
infant, 'hat was found dead in the
possession of some bogs. The Jury of
itxpie.-t <u ;i very few minutes render
ed it verdict el willful and intentional
in?rdor, of tho s'tid i i fail t child, hv it*
mother Delia Carr. A commitmont
'was issued (or her and placed -in the
'ft fand* of Ralph'Crawford, special
*Const iiblu, f(j'r ckecu tirtjfi; hut o w i ?g t o
w?r weakness, will have to he post
$u\\iv.& lev-a, day 6r
'T)lli WlVl'S -
'Wvo fccoti'L rains have made the
fanners "jv.-.l bit long fa ex. Fodder is
ripe iti fbe field and (bey have not
had enough dry weather within Ihc
hist ten days to gather it. Besides
the \vet ppcll 1ms seriously injured' the
cotton crop. It is to be h<*>pc4 that
theeH-erk of the?watUc^Avill hjnd up,
for iimcs will ttchard'fet ycTtfIf the
Jariacrs make good crops, and they
will be worse if lire harvest,ihiSiftilI
.should turn ont short. We've got
enough rain for the present;.
TUR iVSrtfl?ESS " OF MEVtf'Xt
ED UCA TJOX?
A medical education costs'porh ftps
more in proportion than any other,
theological preparation except! d. A
large number ol young men anxious
to obtain a medical education arc
deterred from doing so by the great
outlay necessary. Wc understand
that with a, view of giving ait! to
those needing it, the Trustees and
Faculty of the Louisville Medical
College (Kentucky) have created u
number of Beneficiary Scholarships.
Any one interested can obtain the
facts by a letter addressed to the
Louisville Medical College^ Louis
[com m un jc axkd.]
New Hoi'e Township.
July 10, 1870.
A Hayes and Wheeler Club was
organized hero this day. Speeches
wero niado by various gentlemen,
aller which tho following resolutions
were introduced and adopted :
ItejohciJi That this Club be known
as Howes vj lie Republican Campaign
Club. That wc endorse Hayes and
Whcolof, and that wc further endorse
I. M. Orav us a suitable person for
the Lower Houso, and that wc pledge
him our support.
An kam Gooj>kn, President,
I*. M. Git ay, Secretary.
A meeting of the Republicans of
St. Matlhcw^will.'bVhcld nt Lcwis
villc on Saturday August 12th, 1870.
The public is invited.
C. W. CaLdwkli^
j ????-. will' -
Head Quakt i-its
r] U^unuoA^wv, ;,
'OkAhueuuIio* C; H.
j August 2,1870.
jlu pursuance of absolution of tlic
iOxecuU'vc^^Omnilttio,.' U.- It. Party
Ornngcburg County, I hereby give
ai6tice that a Muss-MecUug. of the
Republican VdYci's' wof the' County
will he held at Orauucburg C. II., on
SatU.rtUy tho IJHhJ day August inst.,
for the purpose of ratifying the nomi
nations made lit Clncilinatti, by the
Nutioi al U. Republican Convention
for resident rnyiL Vice President of
the United States;
Prominent speakers from various
parts rof*ihcState will be present and
The several precinct chairmen
will extend this notier ?*<?--,
S. L. Dt'ncan,
Chairman U. 11. Party, Qraitgc
[comtu exicatk'i??] \
Oiukokuyito, C. 'll.
? .Tiily 29tii 1870.
In pursuance of the call of the
Chnirmanjof thcExecutive Committee,
Uli ion Republican Party of Orange
burg County, the committee met this
day atop, hi., Hon. S. L. Duncan cx
djficio irHihe chair.
Tha roll of members was called
and a quorum being present, an elec
tion for Secretary to (ill the vacancy
occasioned by the removal of F. It.
McKinlay, Esq, from the County was
gone into and W. II. Rccdish, Esq.,
was unanimously e'eetc I to fill the
The ehairman briefly stated the
object of the call, whcrcupoii Mr.
Caldwcll oflcred the following resolu
tions, which were adopted.
Itc.-olnd. That a Mass Meeting of
the Republican voters of Orangeburg
County be held at Orau^eburg C. 11.
on Saturday the 19th day of August,
1870, for the purpose ol ratifying the
nominations mat', at Ciuciiiatti, by
the National Union Republican Con
vention for President and Vice Presi
dent, of the United States. That tin1
County Chairman be and he is here
by directed to give due notice of such
I*i:.<o(r<:il That the Chili rinnn cT the
Executive Committee be authorised
to appoint seven members pf the Exe
cutive Committee, and one from the.
County at large, to invite speakers,
und to make .-ill nccessitiy arrange,?
uients in the premises aforesaid; and
that said committee shall have power
to make such other appointments
(not exceeding live in number) as
may Ire necessary to the proper dis
charge of their duties.
The chair appointed on the coiu
milte C W Cahlwelf, J fix Liv
ingston, K It Duncan, \V II Iteed
ish, January McNcal, A J Rob
inson, Rblm 'Moss," of the Execu
tive Committee, and Rev 13Green at
I argot which committee was requested
to retire and report back to the Exe
cutive Committee tiro names of such
gentlemen jasJtTicy should decide upon
to invite as spea kcnr?tatiJic occasion.
After?t^ibwnaa01 o| fiftee>i nihiijtcs
the cw?piittlil jjjlpo^cd,^ following
named "gentlemen, wlfoni tho commit- i
tec desired to invite as speakers: Gov
Dil Chamberlain, Lieut Gov R II
Gl eaves, lions R R Elliott, F L
?Cardoza, W J Whippcr, E \V M
Mackcy, I J Wright, T C Dunn, W
tt Nash, II W Paris aud C W Butt/.,
Ks(|. The action of the committee was
unanimously confirmed. The Exe
cutive committee then adjourned to
meet on Monday 7th day of August
1870, at which time the committee
of arrangements will also moot,
W. II. RuEoisir
Sec. U. R. Party, Oraugaburg Co.
QUESTIONS FOll EVERY ONE TO
Arc you troubled with Indigestion,
Constipation of the Rowels, Dyspe
psia," or any disease of thoLivor?
Have you suffered for years and found
no relief from the use of medicines ?
Do you have a faint nppctito, and are
you troubled with feelings of languor?
if you have these feelings wc know
you have not tried the new discovery
McrroU's Hepatiue, at Dr, A. C.
Dukes' Drug Store. It is performing
wonderful cures in this and all otlicr
communities where the people use it.
It is pronounced by all as the best
Liver Medicine in the world. Two
doses will relievo the worst case of
Dyspepsia or Constipation of the
Bowels. Euch bottle contains fifty
doses, and j i\ teaspoonful of this
medicine in a wino glassful of water
three times a day for ono day, pro
duces a most wonderful change.
Where the system is run down with
loss of energy and appetite, or Dys
pepsia, with all its train of evil, is
oilecting its deadly work, this remedy,
McrrcU's Hopatinc, never fails,, to
bring about a speedy and permanent
cure. Those who doubt tho merit
and virtues of this mcdicino and live
from day to day without trying the
Hcpatine, have our sympathy, but
can not bo cured unless they take the
. Call'at Djv.^ J. G. Wannnniaker's
and get a pamphlet add read about
Dr. Clark Johuston's great India.)
blood syrup, the best medicine :
use. Dr. Wauuumaker also has the
mcdicino for sale at wholesale and
retail. June 21
Dnpepsia? J j,'
Americans arc particularly subject
to this disease and .its effects:- such as
Sour Stomach, Sick Headache Habi
tual costiveness, Heart burn. Water
brash, coming up of the food coated
loiigiie, disagreeable j tai>te in the
mouth, palpitation of the Heart and
nil diseases dt'the Stomach and Diver.
Two doses of G recn's August Flower
will relieve you at once, and there
positively is hot 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 cents aud try it. Regular size 75
The Two Story Building in the Town of |
Lewisville. The first Story fitted up as a
Store, complete in all respects. The second
Storv arranged foi a llcsideiice.
For particulars apply to
hug. 5 tf
The exercises of this School will be re
sinned on the first Monday in September
Tuition per Month.
1st. Grade, (Beginners,) $-2.00.
Und. Grade, (Grammar Pupils,) $-2.-50.
3rd. Grade, (Advanced Pupils,) $3.00.
Music on Piano, (Lesson each day,) S?.OO.
Latin, Greek &c, 50 cents extra each.
Hoard per School week, $1.50.
Hoard per School Month, from $10.00 to
HUGO 0. SI512RCDAN, Principal
M ISS E. II. VAN LEW, Music Teacher
aug 3 lin.
The number of mills levied on all t.ixa
hle property in each School District, given
by die Clerk Hoard of Trustees,
Pine Grove,.3 "
Cew Castle,.3 "
Caw Caw,.'2J "
New Hope....v...2J "
\yillO W, AM..V.k .} .';??> ?0 "
Good land,.-.v..s.^1 f
Boekey GroVe...... .*2 r'
Til OS. PHILLIPS,
Co. Sehool Coin, of
Tito Bridges across Foreholc Swamp on
the Five Chop Road will be lei out for
ltepturs on Monday the 21st of August
1870, at 10 o'clock A. M., plan and specifica
tions made known, on trat day. at the time
ot letting out. ?
By Order of die Board.
UFO. DOLI VI'R.
, C. B. C. C.O. C.
July 21*t 1870.
july 22 ? / 5t
The Democratic County CoN'VKNTloM for
the County of Orangeburg, in hereby
ealh-d, to moot at Orangeburg, on Thursday
the tided day of Angtist next, at 12 o'clock
Mi, for the purpose of electing six Dkt.b
oaths to the State (>)>rvE:rnotf, to meet at
ithe City of Columhii, on the l?th dajc of
August next,?and to consider d'ueh other
business as may be brought before it.
A' full attendance of the Delegates
composing said Convention is requested.
JAS. F. IZLAR, h
BENJ. P. IZLAR,
july 22 It
By virtue of Sundry Execution's to nie dir
ected, 1 will sell to the highest bidder,
at Orangeburg C. II. on the Fir*t Mon
i day in August next, for Cash, all the
Bight Title and interest of the Defend
ant in the following property, to wit:
Ali those two several tracts of land. lying
and heilig oil Long Brauel) in Orangoburg
I County, one containing 423 acres, more or
less, and tho other containing 142 acres,
I more or less, as represented by plats of the
! same made by L. U.Inabueiil and dated
day of November, 1 S7*i. Also all that other
tract of laud near the Town of Orangeburg
containing 30 acres, more nr less, and
hounded by lands of CS. W. 'Wilson, Dibbln
and Boliver, Mrs. McKewn, II. Biggs aud
the Se. Ca., lt. lt., Company. Levied on
an the properly of Win. A. 0. Sistrunk, at
the suit of Ellen I). Olivor Kx'x.
Orangeburg C. II., )
Sheriffs Office; V E.I.CAIN,
July 17th, 1S7?. : j S.O. C.
jiuiy 22 -?- - Silt
Turnip and Ruta
Winter Cabbage SEEDS of all discrip
tions just Received from the Celebrated
Hoiise of D. Landrelh & Son, for Sale by
july 8 I'm
On Monday June 25th Ilov. J.
Bach man Haakcll aud Sisters, will
at their residcnc3 on Ilusscll Street.
In conned ion with above a IvIN
DK11GARTICN, (for children be
tween the ages of three (il) and seven
(7) will Le opened as soon as the pro
per material can be procured from
Applications for both Schools re
oeived ou Saturday and Monday
between the hours often (10) and two
J. BACH MAN HASKELD.
SENI> 2r,c- to 15. V. BOWELL&Co.,
New York, fur l'hamphlet of 100 pages,
containing lists of 300 newspapers, and
estimates showing cost of advertising.
Iii These j
HAM) TIMES I
SAVE MONEY ,
By purchasing your GROCERIES
b. Hi. HJijAl^ CY, VA J.,
Corner Russell Street, ?fc Railroad Avenue.
m~ WE ARE SELLING BEST CALICO AT 61 CENTS.
! Cleaned out Custer and his gallant band, but I am determined to keep a
store at the Railroad that a wholo army of Orangcburgiaus shall not be
ablo to buy out.
THE SIOUX CHIEF
May fight on and eat dried Buffalo, but the Orimgeburg Public shall always
find at my store a full line of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Saddles, Bridles,
Hardwaro,Tinware,Crockery "Wareand Groceries?fresh, pure and cheap?
such as Flour, Coffee, Teas, Sugar. Lard, Butter, etc., and canned fruits and
vegetables of all kinds; besides tho best and purest supply of Wines and
liquors every offered for sale
Now is the time to gel bargains. All sorts of produco taken in exchange
for goods, and the highest market-prices.allowed thorcfor, There will bo no
shenanncgin at n?y storo. Dr. Butler is with me and will bo glad to seo
his friends. Drop in as you pass by.
Corner Russell St. ill R. Avcuuo
Thad. C. Andrews, Agent.
SIX and aUAETER Cfehts!
SIX AND QUARTER CNNTS
FOR ONE. DOLLAR !
FOR ONE D.OJuL AR ! .
SIXTEEN YARDS \
FOR ?NE DOIiLArR
Just received j
One Hundred Pieced1V1
'-l-.t *i.1j(< I
T. KOHN & BROTHER'S
Which will bo sola at tho above
1IAUD PAN PRICES:
New Spring Goods atlow .
Now Dross Goods!!
Now S p ring Parasols ! !!
We offer, also, full lines leading brands
ILoiik Clothes, at the lowest
manufacturers1 pi ices and, 83icct- ]
lugs, Pillow Cottons,
Towels, Linen Tan*
lings, Irish Linens,
Cnssi meres, Cotton* -
ad oh. panto StufDs,
of the beet makes at pticca
that cannot fail to picjsc.
New Clottii&g!' ' /
?; , ft i/T? \ f
New Styles!! '/j 3 ^
, . -Milth v. ! ,;<?U /??>
requires all buyers
of Spring Clothing, ' " '
to examine our goods bsfore pty$^4&^?i
? : ? 'vyptt Ai rv,i?J
ri ]o ? I nrtr,(7')
- i lt\: rsd/*ni T.vr
our stock or clothing ia wm?,
extent, Stylo, Quality and Hoo&oMy..
We nlso hnvo in etoro a largo variety of
latent fashions in Ladies, CteBffi*.
Boys and .Giffs Str#>fr $gjftjg?
and every other style of fluHtfi ?t&
vogue. Stationary, Iffja?
Halls* Bats, Pistol Car*
tridges and thousands of other
articles tco numerous to cosa
roencc to mention, J?BT?
chased at the prersifi^p;
will be sold so.
Shoes and Gaiters
in Leather or Serge for Ken?
Women and Children^ fn /
large assortment of tho beat ttcies sA
prices to suit the times.
All we ask of th? &sa<?
public is to come and see ;.'
bring along the Silver ?? 1
Greenbacks, whftcEa fls At gsjMr
with each other, '
T. K01IN & BROTHER.