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F.otroB fjo?ncil No. Ii, KV. & S/. M-'.
Will meet each Thursdav at G o'clock P. M.
from 1st October to 1st April, and at 8
o'clock from 1st April to 1st October, on
the following dates, June 2d, July 22, Aug.
10, Sept. 1G, Oct. 21, Nov. 18, ami Dec. 16.
J. F. IZLAR, T. L
O. W. Bnuxsox, Recorder.
E.reka Cknptor No. 1?, IV. A.\M.\?
"Will meet during the present Masonic year
ht the UHtinl hours, the followin dates :
1 March 10th, April 7th, May 6th; .Time
?ftaj August <lth, September 1st, October
57th, Nevcmbcr24th, December 29th.
J. F. IZLAH. M. E. n. P.
J. M. Bruxsox, Sec.
Shibboleth Lodge Xo. 28, A.\ IV. jil.v
\Vill meet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock,
from 1st Oct. to 1st April and at 8 o'clock
Trom 1st April to 1st October on the follow,
ing dates, April A, May 2, dune f>, July 4,
Aug. 8, Sent. 5, Oct. 3, Nov. 7. Dec. fi.
JAS. F. 1ZLAR, W.M.
Gbo. W. Bruxsox, Sec.
any 29 1875 7m.
I. O. O. F.
Edisto Lodgo No- 33 ? Meets at Odd
Kellow? Hall, every Friday evening at 8
o'clock, from 20th March to "20th Sept. ami
at 7J o'clock from 20th Sept. to 20th March.
V IhiMAKS, n. o.
J II HUM A n ^Y A11Lk HS, Sec.
Robfcca Lodge?Meets 8 o'clock every
Eocood "Wcdncsdav after sale dav.
F. Dr.MAHS, n. ft.
This body meets June 8, Sept. 7, Dee. 7.
Mayors Court, held whenever occasion
SONS OF TEMPKttANCE.
Orangeburg Division No. 24, meets every
Monday evening in the basement of the
Y. M. C. A.?Hall and Reading
Koom over Store of Mr. J. C. I'ike?open
orcrj night from 8:150 to lt):.">0 r. m.
Praver Meetings this month June 1st,
8th, lAth. 23rd and 2U?h at 8 30 p, m.
Business Meeting June 22nd 8:30 P. M.,
?vcrv Fourth Thursdav in each mouth at
M. GLOVF.lt, President.
Koutli Carolina Kailroail.
orriV'R horns at ouaxut:mTn<i iiKpoT.
From 8 o'chtk A. M.io2j P. M. From
2) o'clock P. M. to.".} P. M.
Goods received and delivered only darin?
I, O O A. J,.
Next week a (laming new ad\\rti?e
ment will appear for John Sehnde
The change in the weather made a
^go?d^denl of businc?.-* for the loctors.
Augustus. Fischer will ?Vcctipy Iii.?
new store tic t week.
? - ? * -e?
The store of Mr. .J. ('. Tike Mil.
continues to he crow'.e l with happy
The time is near at hand when the
ides of November will tell the. tale, of
weal or woe for tho coining four years.
C'otirt commenced on Monday lust.
IIb? honor Judge Kecd, wuh in lib
usual good spirit*, and seemed deter
mined Rfl ever to do hi.i duly.
Branchville has improved wonder
fully. The merchants down there
nro in good hopes of the future and
trunt that the present political excite
ment will subside without bloodshed.
The Kcv. A. I. Hartley will preach
in the linptist Church to-morrow and
to-morrowjnight. We have rcpcaiedly
spoken of this divine's eloquence.
Those who waut a treat should not
fail to hear him.
JONES <fc WAXXAMAKKn?
The store recently occupied by Mr.
Ezekiel, resounds now with the merry
. voices of the above goutlemcn. They
have a peculiar knack at enticing cus
tomers, and wo predict for them a
prosperous future. Young and de
serving, honest and upright, they de
acrve success, and we feel sj^ccially
gratified in introducing them to tho
public with to-day's issue. Their
Btock consists of groceries of every des
cription, which they purpose to sell
Jew down, while at the counter of
Uieir drinking saloon the most fastid
ious pnUito can he suited. Call on
?Tones & Wannnmaker.
FRANTZ Jill IGG MANX
Homo ouee more it the -word to ap -
"ply to this gentleman. For sometime
now he lias contemplated opening
bueiness on his own account. His
numerous friends and patrons through
oiii the County have been impatient
to have him commence. Jt is with
pleasure that to-day we announce the
fact of his re-establishment it Mul
lcr's old stand. His stock of groceries
are complete, and como up to that
high standard of soundness and fresh
ness which evor characterized what
Frantss sold. In connection with his
splendid grocery, he has the most su
perb and complete oyster saloon this
side of New York. There you can get
them on the half shell, in a stew, or
in nny manner host suited to your
taste. His brandies, liquors, ales,
etc., are pure. They have no smell
of creosote about them ! And, to cap
the climax, tho evor genial and ac
commodnting Frank DeMars has
b^cn procured to assist him as his chief
coadjutor. This is enough. Call at
Mullcr's old stand !
Old John Robinson's Groat World's
Exposition, comprising a huge Mena
gerie, Aquarium and complete Circus,
will exhibit at Orangeburg C. H. on
Wednesday November 22. This
mammonth show is the acknowledged
monarch of the amusement world,
and demonstrates what can be accom
plish ed by a life long experience, in
domitable energy and vast wealth.
Uncle John Robinson is the best
known showman in America, and so
great is his pride in the wcll-mcritod
reputation which he has won, that he
expends money with a lavish hand to
add new feautures to his concern
every season. He has a" gceat many
novelties this year which cost over
two hundred thousand dollars, and,
added to his already numberless won
ders, makes his the greatest show on
earth. We take peculiar plcrsure in
recommending Mr. Robinsons exhi
bitions 'to our readers, upon the
strength of the pronounced indorse
ment of the press and the public
wherever 1 c has been. The entire
aggregation will exhibit at Orangc
burg on Wednesday November 22
and the day should be home in mind.
Court commenced on Mun lay last
and adjourned tin Wed ne-day alter
noon Judge Ijh cd and SolicitorBuitz;
knowing thai there was no" money to
pay witnesses, jurors, ite, thought it
a Iii rdship to keep farmers without
The following cases were triad :
State, vs. Samuel Felder, grand
larceny?pit ad guilty.
State vs. Govnn Dofnsy, IJo.vard
poinsy and Miles Zoigicr?two cases,
arson?mistrial ordered in both cases.
Stale vs. T. C. Woodiird, indicted
for mu rder?con tiuuud.
State vh. Aleck Harrison, murder,
State vs. John Chavis, uli<ts J..hn
Griffin, assault with intent to ravish
State vs. J. H. Atnaker, assault
with intent to kill?continued.
Stale vs. Win. Butler, assault with
intent to kill?continued.
Slate vs. John Jones, murder?con
State vs. R. G. Delamtcr, obtaining
goods under false pretense?guilty.
State vs. Charlie Colter, high way
State vs. Hardy Ruth, assault with
intent to kill?continued.
State vs. Delia Cain, infanticide?
State vs. Adam Miller, assault with
intent to kill?guilty of assault.
State vs. Jones, grand lar
State vs. Daniel Rivers, grand lar
State vs. Daniel Rivers, William
Bradley, grand larceny?Nol pros as
to Daniel Rivers, but guilty as to
State vs. Dan'l Cokcly, assault and
State vs. Thos. Kelly, assault with
intent to kill.
State vs. James Brown, resisting
There would be more wisdom in co*
operation with the friends of Gover
nor Chamberlain to secure his elec
tion in throwing away our strength
upon impossible candidates.?Claren
William. Gullen Bryant, Paike
Godwin, John Bigclow, Charles A.
Dana, H. B. Stauton, Fritz Henry
Warren and Charles Francis Adams,
sr., have become so blind in thoir
old age as to mistake tho extrava
gance of Tammany Hall for economy.
They and their kidney began to re
form the finances [?f the city of New
York in 1870. When they deposed
Tweed they fancied ihcy had squelch
ed extravagance and corruption; but
the taxes and the debt of tho city
have increased more rapidly than be
fore, and now they want to make
Tweed's old partner President, and
transfer this New York style of re
form to Washington. The people of
the country cannot understand that
kind of reform which costs more than
what is denounced by the reformers
as extravagance. 'J hey know that
the apostles above named deserted
the Republican party because their
little mutual admiration society of
fossils was not allowed to run the
foreign policy of the Government in
behalf of the foreign importers.?
Our exchanges are noticing the
fact that a Richmond ycung lady of
great wealth is to marry a man who
served in the penitentiary nine years
for robber)'. There are several ladies
in Washington who have married
men that ought to have been iu the
Call at Dr. J. G. Wannamakcr's
and get a pamphlet and read about
Dr. Clark Johnston's great Indian
blood syrup, the best medicine in
use. Dr. Wannainaker also has the
medicine for sale at wholesale and
retail. june 24
Americans are particularly subject
to this disease and its effects: such as
Sour Stomach, Siek Headache jlabi
lual co.-tivenes.s, Heart, burn. Water
brash, coming up oftlr; food coated
tongue, disagreeable taste in the
mouth, palpitation of the Heart and
all disca <>.?: of tho Stomach and Liver.
Two doSes of (Moon's August Flower
will relieve you at once, and there
positively is not a case iu the United
Stales it will not cure, if you doubt
this jro to your Druggist Dr. C.
Dukes, and <ict a sample Ubttlc for
Id c nls and fry it. Regular size 75
q'l'kstioxs F?n kykiiY oxe to
Are you troubled with Indigestion,
Constipation of the Bowels, Dyspe
psia, or any disease of the Diver?
Have you suffered for years and found
mi relief from the use of medicines?
Do you have a faint up; elite, ami arc
you troubled with feelings of languor ?
If you have these feelings we know
you have not tried the new discovery
McrrclPs Hepa tine, at Dr. A. C,
Dukes' Drug Store. It is performing
wonderful cures in this and all ot er
communities where the people use it.
It is pronounced by all as the best
Diver Medicine in the world. Two
doses will relievo the worst case of
Dyspepsia or Constipation of tho
Bowels. Each bottle contains fifty
doses, and a teaspoonful of this
medicine iu a wine:glassful of water
three times a day for one day, pro
duces a most wonderlul change.
Where the system is run down with
loss of energy and appetite, or Dys
pepsia, with all its train of evil, is
el lee ting its deadly work, this remedy,
Merroll's H opaline, never fails to
bring about a speedy and permanent
cure. Those wdio doubt the merit
ami virtues of this medicine and live
from day to day without trying the
liepatine, have our sympathy, but
can not be cured unless they take the
Mr. Editor:?Please Announce CAM
\\Eph FOOTMAN for County Com
misMouera. MANY VOTERS.
Mit. Enrroit?Please announce Coroner
.1. Hammond Fordham, as a candidate for
County Commissioner subject (o the action
of the County Convention and obligo
UNION REPUBLICAN' CLUB.
State of Soutli Carolina.
By Aro."H. Knowj.ton, Esquire, J. P.
Whereas, Francis Dant/.ler, hath made suit
to ine, to grant to him letters of Adminis
tration of the Estate and effects of Win. II.
Dant/.ler late of said county, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred mid creditora
ofthcsaidWni.il. Dantzler ileceased, that
they he and appear, before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be held at Orangcburg 0. H.
on Oct. 31 next, after publication hereof,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause,
if any they have, why the said Administra
tion should not be granted
Given under m> hand, this 1.1th day of
October, Anno Domini 1 S7l>
AUG. It. KNOW ETON,
[i*8] Judge of Probate, O. C.
oct H 21
To the Repiibl icon Voter* o f the County
of Orangcburg, and the Public:
Wo the undersigned respectfully
announce to the Republican Voters
of the County of Orangcburg 8. C.
and the public generally that we dis
claim any connection whatever with
a ticket circulated and prepatory
to be the nomination of County Olli
ccrs of the County of Orangcburg
headed by E. J. Cain and ask our
friends throughout the County not to
support said ticket as the effect will
he to elect the Democratic ticket and
wc are Republicans and support tho
Regular ticket only.
J II Livingston.
V E Jones.
R G Fredrick.
A C Williams.
John A. Hamilton
Raving relnilil on IU.*S8KLIi STREET
next door to Mr Cornelson'a, will lie
happy lo see his friend.* at the New Stand.
Resides his usual stock of Seasonable
Goods lie has an invoice of
SELECTED WHITE SEED WHEAT
a choice lot of
TOBACCO OK A LL ('. IIA DES.
FAMILY GROCERIES, &e, ftri
Goods delivered at depot or in (own
J. L Hamilton
Russell Street next to C?rnelson'si
Sanier S. llowell K. lieber Scrcven
HO WELL & SCHEVEN
Factors rincl Coinnii^^ion
Mevcliiii ii *
CHARLESTON, S. C.
B??" Solii cts Consingmncnts of Cotton
Naval stoics and Lice
oct 7 Hm
SO I-IO?L NOT I G EJi
AH parties desirous of becoming employ,
ed in the Free Coiiiiuoii Schools of School
District No 10. Orange Township will hand
in their letter of application accompanied
with certificates granted by County j Hoard of
Examiners on or bet?rt'the lOtli of Oolohcr
lS7tl. TheHoard .will; meet on said date to
V. I). ROWM \N\
' lerk Hoard Trustees
Sch-.Mil District No. 10,
sept 30 21,
7~ FOR RENT
l'hc TWO MW> IniinUllg 111 OlcTuuii ?i
Lewisville. The first Story lilted up as a
St?'ie, eumpleie in all re-poets. The second
Story sir Winged foi a Ucsidcnco.
For particulars apply to
ang. ?"? tf
.J O 3fi N O G U K N
ilOIUHlT -I HXNY.
Iinnortcr wn\ Manufacturer
HARNESS & SADDLES.
Has the pleasure to inform the I'ublic
that he has Received ?heavy Slock from
the North of every description what belongs
lo a first class Saddlery Establishment.
Also wish to draw particular attention to
his Stock of
LADIES RIDING SADDLES
and his assortment of
1 Vices lower then ever.
Good Saddles at Svl.?O.
Good Shoes at $1.73
OR. 15. F. MIT CKKSFUSS
Dentist Rooms over Store of Mr. Oeo. II.
JC>=?>*" Charges Reasonable.
want to make
a change in our busi
ness and have made a
change, in our prices. NVo
will sell our Entire Slock of
Goods now in Store at cost for
the next thirty days. Wc mean
what wo say, and would in vi to all
those that wish to save money
to call and price before
J. P. HARLE Y & CO.
A Hargaiu can be made by any one who
has the mean* of purchasing now. 'The
Subscribers are authorized to sell for
Twenty-Five Hundred Dollars, that very
desirable Ke.-idence fronting on Court
House Sipiare, and owned by Mr. C.
WhiUcinorc. Another year must soincrcase
the value of Htal Estate so located, that
such a bargain cannot he then made. The
property is under lease for so me months
The Plantation of C. Whitlcmorc, on the
old Charleston Koad, about live Miles fiotn
Orangcburg Court House, can be bought for
$'J0UO Cash or on lime (a?j to all bul $1000)
for a larger sum which can ho learned on
HUTSON ?V. IIUTSON.
Orangcburg, C. 11., S. C, August, 12,1870.
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A lid buy your
mm, diu goods,
8. E. TOBIN & CO.
CI1 KAP STORE OF ORAIVCiEBIfRO.
A full Slock <?n' bund, and ?10 trouble to show goods. All articles
bought delivered at your houses free of Charge.
HIGH EST CASH TRICES PA ID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
TN ir^I/Li WINTER
Dry Gocds, Boots, Shos, Hats, &c,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
YYc are now opening our
FALL AND WINTER STOCK ?
Of DRY; GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &c, and
beg that nil in want of goods give us a call before buying. You will find
bur STOCK full of the MOST DES I KABLE GOODS to bo found auy
where. We buy for CASH and sell for CASH, and with the long experi
ence <>f our buyer wdio is in the Market all the time, we propose to givo you
GOODS at P HIDES that cannot be duplicated this side of New York.
Call and be convinced. Samples sent by mail when requested. Orders
promptly attended to, and when over SK) in value, if accompanied with tho
money or requested to be collected on delivery wiil be sent tree by Express.
m;nvh27tf COLUMBIA, S. C.
D? the candidate of those who are in favor of an HONEST GOVERN
MENT. And my STORE is the place for those to visit who favor LOW
lMxK'ES. Knowing the STRINGENCY of the times I havo resolved to
sell goods at figures to suit them. Never before have such
My supply of
Ik the LARGEST and best SELECTED in the County?down stairs
and up stairs being tilled to overllowing with
Calicos, Homespuns, Cloths, Linens, &c,
While my stock of
Is Huperb and Complete.
1 have al<o SHOES and ROOTS of all sizes, Styles and Prices.
GROCERIES I offer in large or small quantities, and at a small ad
vance upon cost, prices.
CROCKERY, WILLOW and TIN WARES, and every other article
kept in a well conducted Store can be had LOW DOWN.
Jhix word, I congratulate myself that I have, ami am still receiving as
complete a htock as was ever offered to the public. Let my friends give mo
a call and ascertain for themselves. My motto is
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS.
J. C. P I
PIANOS AN I) ORGANS
jPROF'. -A.NTOTST BT^TiGk
Agent liiKlilon *V Itatcs Soutlicrn Miiftic House,
"Music hath charms to soothe the suvnge breast." .
I am now prepared to oiler inducements to the public ol Orangcburg that
have never been heard of before. I have a magnificent assortment of
Pinnos from Cbickcring, Haines Bros., Hallet, Davis & Co., and Southern
Gem, etc., and Mason (0 Ham 1 ill's Organs. Pianos from $200 and upward*.
Terms extraordinarily easy. Organs from S70 and upwards. Besides
Violins, Brass Instruments, Violin Strings, Sheet Mti3ic, aud in a word,
everything that a musical tasto can suggest in tho abov?? line.
"I can be found at Slater's Hotel, where my instruments can be inspected,
and whore I will always be glad to give any information on tho Piano,
Organ, Violin, &C, required.
f.opt 30 ? 187G ly
VOCAL, AND INSTRU
I am prepared Id reeeivon.few Pupils
more in Vocal ami Instrumental Music.
nq> no tf
d>5 TO j$SO PEU"]??Y AT
fjp Home. Samples worth SI free. Stinson
& l'o., Pur?'and, Mane.
Notice of Dismissal
NotiOC is hereby given that I shall one
month Iroiri "date file my final ac?
count with the Hon. Judge of Probate for
Oraticcburg County, as Administrate* of
the Estate of A. II. Gowan deceased,
and ask for my disnnssnlas such AdminiBt
September 23, 1S70.