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? Metros Ooutt'cil No. 11, R.\ & S.\ M.\
will meet Wtt>h TAurfiday at 0 o'clock P. M;
from 1st October lo 1st April, and at 8
o'clock from lfct April to 1st October, on
the following date*, June 2.|, July 22, Aug;
19, Sent. 16, Oct. 21, Nov. 18, ami Dec. 10.
J. F. 1ZLAK,T.I.
G. Wi.BnujfSOX, Kecordcf:
Knrekn Chanter No. bl, It '. A.\M.'.?
"Will meet during the prevent Masonic year
at the usual hours, the follow in dates:
Alrftch 10th, April 7th, May 5th, June
. SniO'Anguat' 4th,: September 1st, October
27th, November 2-lth, December 29lli.
J. F. IZLAlt, M. E. U. P.
J. M. Bnuxsox, Sec.
Sbibbolcijf b.odgo No. 28, A.*. V.K fll.v
"Will meet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock,
from 1st Oct. to 1st April and at 8 o'clock
f rom let April to 1st October on the follow
: ing dates, April 4, May 2, June G, July 4,
Aug. 8, Sent. 5, Oct. 8, Nov. 7, Dec.
JAS. F. IZLAIt, W.M.
Gxb.,j\V? Bitcxsox, See.
may 20. 187."? 7in.
? i. o. o. p.
Edisto LodfiO No- M ? Meets at Odd
Fellows Hall: every Friday evening at S
ti'clock, from20th March to 20tli Sept. and
*t 7J o'clock from 20th Sept. to '20lh March.
V iJtiMAHS, N. 0.
J 11 HUM AN WA1I LICKS, See.
Reborra hotlgc?Meets 8 o'clock every
second Wedncsdav after sale dav.
' F. IJjsMAHS, X. Ci.
This body meets Jone 8, Sept. 7, l?ee. 7.
Mayors Court, held whenever occasion
SONS OF TEMPER A NCK.
Orarigeburg Division No. 24, meets every
Monday evening in the. basement of the
Y. HI. <J. A.? Hall and Heading
Boom over Store of Mr. .1. C. l'ikc?open
every night from 8:.'!0 to 10:30 P. M
Prayer Meetings this month June 1st,
8th, 15th, 2.'htl and 20 th at 8 HO l\ M.
lhtsiness Meeting June 22nd S:.".0 p. M..
jcycrv Fourth Tburrfdnv in each month at
M. OLOVKH, President.
South Carolina Knilronri.
orncr. iiotits at oHANUKlici.t; iikpot.
From 8 o\ lok A. M. to 2'. 1'. Si. From
JtJ o'ehvk P. M. to ?A 1?. M.
tJooiis received and delivered only duriii?/
2^ L O O A .
C .in t sits on Monday.
The wentlur has Leen cold and
.rainy for the lost few days.
Mr. August FiMihA.r\s youngest
child w.is In.ricd on last Sunday
moru'n '. We ol'or our heartfelt
hy mpnthy to i?s parents.
Dr. A. C. I hikes is ahead ul time
villi his C'hii.-tnias j^.oods. His stock
is complete ami Sherrod is just the
fellow to dispose of them.
? One of the twin children of Mr.
Arthur I.ewiu died Monday evciiing
lust. I loth of them bad been sick
sometime, but the one now living is
In a hopeful condition. Mr. Rcwii)
has our deepest sympathy.
J. P. llarley & Co., has a full stock
<if' goods recently opened, and Mr.
W. S. Clark informes us that they
' ?an and will sell them as low as can
riflb'e bought anywhere tliis side of New
yojrk. Cull on Scott, he's as ftit and
joll^r as can be.
v T^he kilchen of Mr. Z. M. Wolfe
^fVHS bunicd down last.Sunday morn
1rJg?betwcen two and three o'clock,
Wi?h everything it contained, consist
ing .of a cooking stove utensils dishes
Ife; The loss is about three hundred
^dollars with no insurance.
-? mbih ? ?.?-cm??
k C. R, Jones is running one of the
up?i conducted country stores in this
Burg. He has everything needful
and is selling his goods low down.
He is to the manner "born and dc
flcrvel.the patronage of our whole
counter. iSivje Charlie a trial once
and''y.m ""will never go anywhere else.
Mr, John Danncr is one of the best
fellows ever existed, be has a pleas
Ant countenance and never fails to
please nil who come in contact with
Iiiip, and it is impassible lor a
customer to call in Cornelson's store
and be waited on by Danncr and go
awn}' displeased cither in prico or the
article that he jmrchusos. Go to the
mamomtlv, store before purchasing
your wm.terjaupplic's. You will find
a plen?ant and gentlemanly corps of
assistants, ready nt all times to do the
right thijug* (Iby ?l| if/ho ? visit tho
Mr. Jiio. A. Hamilton advertises
in this issuo seed wheat and d largo
assortment of general merchandize
all of which will bo found at his new
store one door below Cornclson's.
Give the dipt, d call in his new abode
and you will certainly be pleased
with your visit.
J; C I'ikc is running a good trade.
Iiis store is always alive with cus
tomers. TheI fact is justthisj : Pink
and John cannot turn ti fellow oil'
without a smile or n joke and cotiso
qu?;ntly everybody likes to spend a
dollar or so there as they are just as
pleasant to a looker round as to a
buyer. Call in and see if we are not
A Columbia special says: "From
good authority I have the informa
tion that a list of citizens, numbering
no less than one thousand names, is
being made out, who will be subjec
ted to arrest within the next five days.
A large number of them reside in
the counties of Jlarhwcll and Aiken."
Call at Dr. J. G. Wannnmaker's
and get a pamphlet and read about
Dr. Clark Johnston's great Indian
blood syrup, the best medicine in
use. Dr. Wannumaker also has the
medicine for sale at wholesale and
retail. j>mc 24
Americans arc particularly subject
to this disease ami its effects: such as
Sour Stomach, Siek Headache Habi
tual cor ti veil ess, Heart burn. Water
brash, coming up of th 3 food coated
tongue, disagreeable taste in the
mouth, palpitation of the Heart and
all discd-es of the Stomach and 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 yet a sample Mottle for
10 cuts and try it. Regular size 75
f/ujcstioss F?n FvFnv osk to
Are you troubled with Indigestion,
Constipation of the Bowels, Dyspe
psia, or any disease of the.Diver'!
Have you stifle red for years ami fouiid
no relief from the Use of medicines V
Do you have a faint appetite, ami tire
you troubled with feelings of languorV
If you have these feelings we know
vim have tint tried the new discovery
.MerreH's IIopaline, at Dr. A. C.
Dukes' Drug Stbrc. It is performing
wonderful cu es in this ami till ot er
coiuiuunities where the people use it.
it i.- pronounced by all as the best
Diver Medicine in the world. Two
doses will relievo, the worst case of
Dyspepsia or Constipation of ill"
15b weis. Kuch bottle contains fifty
doses, and a teaspoon fit 1 of this
tncilicine in a wine glassful of water
three* times a day for one day, pro
duces a most wonder! til change.
Where the -system is run down with
loss of energy and appetite, or Dys
pepsia, with all its train of evil, is
effecting its deadly work, this remedy,
M or roll's Ucputine, never fails to
bring about a speedy and permanent
cure. Those who doubt the nioiit
and virtues of this medicine a:.d live
from day to day without trying the
Hepa tine, have our sympathy, but
can not be curetl unless they take the
A X XO U XCK31 EXT.
Mr. Fdilor:?Please Announce CAM
PELL FOOTMAN for County Com
missioners. MANY VOTERS.
Mit. Editor?Please announce Coronor
.J. Hammond Ford ham, as a candidate for
County Commissioner subject to the action
of the County Convention and oblige
UNION REPUBLICAN CLUB.
Tim several Democratic Clubs thoughout
the County of Orangeburg'are hereby noti -
fied that the Central Executive Committee
is composed of the following named gentle
Capt. Ja*Jie? F Izlar, Chairman.
Dr. O H Ott,
Dr. () W Bowman,
Maj. J II Hydrick,
pol. John C Edwards,
Wdi. T Rives, Esq.
James II Fowles, Esq.
W A Mackay, Esq.
E A ?chiflley, Secretary.
The Rooms of the Committee have boen
established over the Citizens Having Hank
Building in the Town of Orangcbtirg, S. 0.
The Secretary will bo found at the Exe
cutive Rooms every day (Sundays excepted)
from 0 o'clock A M to 2 o'clock P M pre
pared to rccc'vc Reports and give any
All communlcatioiis to the Comm.ttco will
hereafter be directed to the Secretary.
JAMES F IZLAR, Chairman of the
Democratic Executive Committee of the
County of Orangeburg, S. C.
F A SC1IIEFLEY, Secretary,
oct 7 2t
VOCAL AND INSTRU
I am prepared to receive a few Pupils
more in Vocal and Instrumental Music.
sei? 30 If
By virlure of an order of the Probate
Court, i will sell on the 18th day of Octo
ber 187f>, tft (Ire late residence of Mary 8.
Bolen deceased, all the perishable property
deceased, consisting of: Horse, Cattle.
Hogs, Household ami Kitchen Furniture
JOHN S. BOLEN,
?September 20 1870. .
sept L"' 2t
The Two Story Building in the Towii o
Lcwisville. The first Story titled up as a
Store, complete in all respects. The second
Story arranged fo: a Residence.
For particulars apply to
aug. ? tf
J O II N 0 Gr R E N
linnortcr .vid Manufacturer
HARNESS & SADDLES.
Has the pleasure to inform the Public
that he has Received a heavy Stock from
the North of every description what belongs
to a first class Saddlery Establishment.
Also wish to draw particular attention to
his Stock of
LADIES RIDING SADDLES
and his assortment of
Prices lower then ever.
Good Saddles at ?3.50.
Good .Shoes at $1.7")
DK. Ii. F. 31UCiv EN FUSS
Dentist Rooms over Store of Mr. Geb. H.
fyed'" ('barges Reasonable.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
?k.\ n<*kill'hit Cot? XTv,
Is Common- Pl.KAf*.
The B.-.nk of Clifrleston, ]
South Carolina as Assignee
of Cephas Whittcniorc,
Thaddens C. Andrews,
Lydia Williams, Barnabas | Summons
Williamson as Assignee.
The Columbia Gas Light ) for
Company. V. II. Green' A.
15. K no when as Judge of j Relief
Probate, Assignee, Harriet |
M. Andrews. Reuben Tom- |
jinsou, John I-'islicr as Complaint
Ti ustce, in bankruptcy of |
the Citizens Savings hank j Served.
of South ('arolina, I-'.. M. |
Jackson, L. < 'as.% C irpeiiter,
<Jchrgc Sy miners, Margaret I
I'akicl, and Samiiel (!. ban ;
ali.-oi, now, or lately trad
er under the Firm Name
i)( William Laiiahan A' Son, I
Tu'the De/eiuhint F. II. Green.
You a?e herel-ysummoned ami required
answer the complaint in this action of
which a copy is hi rewith served upon you
and to serve a copy of your answer to the
saiii complaint on .the suh-crihers at their
?f?r?' opposite Court House >fpiare in the
iptvn "I Oiaiigehurg S. C, within twenty
days after the service lu-reof, exclusive of
the day of such service; ami if you fail to
answer the complaint within the time afore
aid, the Plaiiililfin this action will apply
to the Court for ilic relief demanded in the
Dated Orangclturg, Jlllv 2'"i, 1870.
1I?TS0.S ? IH'TSON
Plan tills Attornev,
GEOj BOLIVER C C. P.
Tit the ttifiriulanl F. II. Green.
Take notice that the summons in this
action of which the foregoing is a copy; to
gether with the complaint thereon was
tiled in the Ollice of the Clerk of the Court
of Common Pleas for the County of Or
diigeburg in the State of South ('arolina on
the 1 lib dav of August, A- 1). 1870;
I1?TSON & IltjTSON,
piangeburg, C. IL, S. C.
want to make
n change in our busi
ness and have made ,\
change in our prices. We
will sell our Entire Stock of
Goods now in Store at cost for
the next thirty days. We mean,
what we say, and would invito all
those that wish to savo money
to call aud price before
? buying elsewhere.
J. P. HURLEY & CO.
Cotton Gins! Cotton Gins!
I am prepared to furnish the
with all its latest improvements.
One 10 SAW (JIN on hand.
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
h'lirscll Hi., next to Mr. Aibergotti's Baer>jy
GEO. H. CORNELSON'S!
I nm j'?st receiving a LARGE and WELL ASSORTED STOCK of
Comprising all the
IDTFITHJl^ENT HVINTCS IN"
HATS, BOOTS, SBSOKS, HARDWARE,
WOOD ? av^ii.LOW a\^ARE5
GROOKERY ?& GrT jA.SS AV A.!^V],
In endless varieties.
I have also added to my establishment a Storeroom for
F1 TJ I I K" I T IT I I VZ,
And shall always keep on hand a good assortment of same. All gnod.
SOLD CI-iKA-l? FOR CASH,
And according to (he limes. Call ami examine for yourselves.
Respect fully yours,
GEORGE II COIt\ELSO\.
Rickenbacker &, Taylor's
Here is the place now to get gro
ceries and liquors and everything
that h new.
We sell for cash and will give
Having just opened, we invite our
friends to call and see us.
sept 22 1S7I5. tf.
Cotton bought and the highest
Market Price paid.
On hand a large stock of Mer
chandize which is offered at the
sept 23 lSTo* tf.
Was rejoiced when he heard that Bnbcock, his Private Secretary, had
been acquitted of Complicity in the Whiskey Frauds, and immediately
Sent an Order to our Store
For a car load of Dry Gooks, Roots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Canned
Meats, Oysters, Lobsters and Salmon; also
For Samples of Wines, Whiskies,
And twenty thousand of the Cigars with which we have been furnishing
him lately. His object in making this Large Order proceeded from a desire
on his part
To Teat the Jury
Who cleared his "Babby." Wo have lilled his Order, but have still a
Large Supply of everything Good on hand. Our Prices arc suited to the
times. Of course we make Grant pay well for what he gets, but to nil decent
Sell Low Down for Cash
Also for for sale 50 Tons of
Kussel Coe's Ammoniated Superphos
phate of Lime.
Put up in Rugs or Parrels, and Manufactured at linden1, union
county, new .i ehsey. < i we us a caii.
Encourage Home I People
AND A . I
Oreo. S- Haolter,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ALL WORK G?ARANTEED.
Tlio only Door, 5ash and Wind Factory
owned and managed k a Carolinian in the
Always on hand a large Stock of Poor*,
fewl'i, 1 Hiuds, Moulding, P.racket, Scroll
and Turned Work of every description,
fjIn--, White Leads, and Itui(dent' Hard
ware. Dress Lumber and Flooring deliver*
ed in any portion of this State.
sept 30 flm.
School & Kindergarten
The Kxcrcises of tlie SCHOOL conducted
by Rev. J. It. II ASK KM, and Sister*, will
l>e resinned, at their Hesidenoe. on -Russell
Si., on Monday -Ith Seple'mbefj
Knglish Course (Primary ami Intermedi
Academic Courtic, 93.00
(ierman, French, Latin and-Greefc
Kxtra each, ?Oe.
Klemcnts of Music and Drawing with
L'ali-thenitv, will l>e taught Frco
; Tho undersigned in prepared to organizo
ami (euch Classes of Yo?ng Muh"Or Ladlea
the IlKlial collegiate branches,''^Classic*'
Muthemutie* ?fcc, as wfell ns-Sieirography
or Abort Hand Private lesions in Instre
mental music will he yiven when desired
J. RACM.MAN IIASKELL.
Dr. J. (J. WANXAMAKER l?In po?.
\OSbion of the Receipts and Prescription
Hooks of the late I>r. E. j/Oli verbid All
pet Mine desiring to get any of the above
Pteparations or Renewal of Prescription*
can do so by calling on
At his Drug Store.
a uk 21? 3m
R EM O V E U;
TO THE REAR, .
A. FISCirR1t*S STOJtE'
W here T am prepared to norve the Public
at the shortest notice in my line of bujjneM.
Thanking rtrc CitusenY" Y?f'tfieirliberal
patronage in the past, I beg a continuance of
th i same in the future.
MOSES M. imOWN, Barbar.
Good REEVES and SHEEP in
good condition, for which fu!l
market price will be pnid. Apply to
According to the latest improvement* in
WOLFE & CALVERT
over Willeoek's Store, are prepared t?
ex rente anything in their line. . ff
t inaranteeing a faithful attendants to
business, they respectfully ask a continu
ance of the pal milage, which lias hereto
fore been extended t/? the old firm of
Snhh r, Wolfe X- Cid vert.
B^y- All Work Guaranteed.
TO RENT. -
Tho'Slorc ITonseon the Corner ofRussell
and Market Street, forniely occupied 'try J.
W, Moseley. There is no better laud nets
stand in Orangcburg. For terms apply to
T. C. Andrews.
Oi nngeburg S. C.
COL, AS BURY .COWARD
Complete outat JrArraa
dec 11 1S75 tf
ARTHUR H. LEWIN
I'-ERMATOLIGIST AND PRACTICAL
HAIR CUTTER, ,
I f yon want a good and cany ?havoor an
Aithnic Hair Cut or a delightful Shampoo,
ARTHUR IJ. LEWIES
Hair Cutting Kooms, No, 3 Law Range
opposite Court I louse Square.
&aY" Special attention paid to Children.
Hair Cut t ling. Kxtra Rooms for Ladic*.
sept 4 1875 Jjj