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Ptdros Council No. 11, R.\ & S.*. M.*.
"Will meet each Thursday at 6 o'clock P. Mi
from 1st, October/ to* 1b$ rApril and at 8
?'clock /rem 1st 'April- to -tlBt October, on
the following "dates; dune 24," July 22, Augi
1?, SepU 10. Oet, 21, Nov. 18, and Dec. 10.
... X F. IZLAR, T. I.
Q. "W: Bnuirso*f, Rccorde?
Knreka Chapter No. 13. R.\ A\.M'?
Will meet during the prcscnV Maroni^ jrearH
tat th? usual hours, the followth dai' a P-*
March 10th, April 7tb, May6i'*..Jmie
Snd, Augrtet 4th, September lht, October
27 tb, November 24th, Leccmber 2Dth.
J. F. IZLAR, M. E. H* P.
jf. M. RnuNSON, Sec.
8hlbboloth~Loilge Tta. 28j'A.%,F.^;W.-.YT..|
"Will meet each Tuesday .at .7 o'clock*]
fr?m 1st Oct. to 1st April and at 8 o'clock
from 1st April to iBt October on the follow
ing dates, April 4, May 2, June .0* ,July 4>
Aae. 8, SepV?pOct. 3, Nov? 7, Dec. 5.
JAS. F. IZLAR, W. M.
G?o. W. BnvNKojt, Sec, .
may 29 . ' . 1875 t 7m.
Edisto LodR? So ,3?i??tccta at.pdd
Fellows Hall, every Friday evening at 8
?'clock, ifroni^QCh March to" 20th Sent, and
at 74 o'clock from 20lh Sept. to 20th March.
y- : ? . : F:DkMARS>N.G.
I BERLIN >Y A BEERS, ^ec. - ..
Rebecca ii?tlKt?Mei (A 8 o'clock evcrV
ccond Wednesday after sale day.
* F. DeMABS, N. G.
This body meets June'8; Sept. 7, Dec. 7.
SONS OP TEMPERANCE.
Orangeburg Division No. 24, meets every
Monday evening in the basement of the
Prcbvtcrian Church. * >
Y. Mi CVA.?Rooms' on Russell
Street next Mrs. Snioak*' Millinery Store.
Ilussiness Meeting?Fourth Thursday in
each month at 7 i*. hi: lV?ycr*Mf?*tin:js?I
EvervThursday Evening.. . .
n M. GLOVER, President.
. South Caroliita: a<?ilr<mil.;
OFFIOK lUll'lCS AT V)TfA NO KUVKO" OKI'OT.
FroHi 8 o'clok A. M. to 21 I*. M. From
*J o'clock P. M. to 5} P. M.
Goods received and delivered only during
Huttz'a majority in Charleston for
Congress was 0,235. J
The Charleston hotel has heen re
opened under the must favorable
t Mr. J. Wtilluce Cannon appear* in
P*v|tir ndvetthong column* with some,
tliinjr interesting tu every one. ??'end
it and (hciicrt'l <ui Wulla- e lor an |
The store id' Mt.-srs Junes it Wan
iiuinuker is well tilled with every
thing in the groceiy line, and All'ami
*l? in tire jllfct the fellows to give ctie'
t. n.ers bargains. Call and see lor
. i ui>elve?. - ~~
'J he little rite in. cotton should
not lead our burners into temptation,
riant more brendstufls should h the
governing motto from one end ??f the
South to the other** That will make
us independent, cotton will keep/the
farmer always in debt.
Mr. Kzekiel has moved his entire
stock of watches, clocks, &e., to the
store just opposite to the o^e recently
occupied by him, where he is fully
prepared todo all kindsof work it his
line on short notice aud in a satis
factory manner. ?
Mr. I). Louis*, who vi'iia one of
Hampton's chief supporters in this
county, would -he glad- to see all, hia
friends. The time for congratulations
lias come, and to make the oocasion
more joyous, Ji.c, has resolved to fell
low, low down.- Give him n call,.;
A GOOD SEf?&TIOX?
The Baptist Conference Vhich
met at this place on Sunday Iftst ac
. ted wisely in calling the Rev* A. I.
Hartley to sepply their church/ in
Ornngeburg. The Baptists here .have
a most beautiful and substantial
church edifice/and it was meet .and
' proper that they; should select .cuke to
occupy its pulpit who is cVffilely
' known as a "minister of talent, up
L rightnessaud eloquence. Wepredict
that their congregation will a?^?nee
commence to gro% in mini hers.', zeal
and a true devotion to the faitpXvJiich
animates the breast of every 'jiijicere
baptist. Thcrw.is much now for Us to
be thankful for, and wo trust a new*
life and vigor will take possession of'
?#Lt; Hartleyt:t,bat: XQ1J$: will; go *ut,|
'shedeling a1 bright .'and heart inspirit
^g<|^ge.n0 up^qtt. jT^-.^Baptist
'Church* of* Ornugeburg. With him at
its head it must bring forth abun
daut.fruit.: r 5^
on the second nnd fourth Sundays in
each month, morning anil night. -
-> PuiV??nit-Wthe suggestion and re
quest of the National Executive Com- '
raittee of the: Y. M. C. A. for the
United States and Britiuh Provinces,
jfche Y.^M. l^A^o^th^^c have
Vbceiriioldirig services 'during tins
week at their rooms on R?ssel 8treet;
fjnte office *6t i?ar &I#faf?e.^i1%eiF6 |
wiT be services*'at their rjoms this
evening to which the public are invi
ted to attend, ^especjnljy ^tho . young
peopie^f the* community?-^? * ? - -
Or^ 'k. t^feo^if'^e^taopa',-], f?.y;''ifi^'
ryo?ri'g will |pe ptcacHc&ib tho*Wa;riouaJ
churchetof tlic toxvnf an% ^t ftiglit^
tliere will be union services conducted
by the pastors of the several churches
at,\hc,M.etliodis,t. Church-vat. ,which it.
is hoped there will be ;ft. Vr'ge'< atten
dance. ... ,
"Don't buy my g<??ds before"1 yo?.
'examine'"them,*''is the moft? of* A'?-'
guatus Fischer. But we*, nre. of tho
opinion if Pm^tt^|ntJ|^the bplendid
store of this gentleman, you will buy
after said examination is made. ' A
mpre; Complete ?. assortttfent of? groce
ries was never offered in this market.
Fischer held back to lay in a real
nice supply until Iiis new s'ure was
finished. And well.Jiajsxjie carried
out'hi* resolution. His Establishment
is ' crammed and pneked^with'every
thing gobil for nian. ju the rear of
his store cnu be found Mr. Edward
lloznnlt presitl'i.g with alt Iiis geu
iaMty and court'\-y over a sa0011 that
ellipse* nhything ever seeil iu these
parts Put wc will co lent ourselves
this week by referring our readers to
Fischer's.i advertisement. Next we ;k
a minute description.
THE EMEVTE OX HULL SWAM!'?
The well-informed correspondyn.
of the AVirx ami Cuurtrr. Quelquofois,
fun islns the following statement to
I hat paper iu relation to the dist'ur
bailee : The farts, by an eye witness
arc as follow^: Dr. Hydrtck and
Mr. J. II. Livingston, the latter an
United' :atcs: marshal,; ijeiit iij> to
the seine, and found about 75 or J 00
lugrncs at Fu nth rburk'a Mill asscm
1 ' 1 with their riti-ff, guus a ad pistols
Ou a neighboring hill were as many
whites from Lexington. V"'Mr. Liv
ingston asked the negroes to state
their grievance They said.' Column
had been allowed to escape. Mr.
Livingston .pacified thetuon ? this
point. They then said that a .Mr.
Hooker had thieatcncd them. Mr.
Livingston showed them that Hooker
was to be put under a peace bond.
After inquiring into the names of the
securities they were satisfied und
dispersed. J gy
Column had .made pie. arrest for.
arson, nnd was in the office of Trial
Justice Zeigler, when a squabble en
sued. J Column struck a negro, and
was seized by others, then a gun was
raised by a negro standing by, and
Coin an shot him. Column then rode
to Orangeburg and took the train.
Then a gathering and threats took
place., and the whites assembled to,
resist an outbreak. All is quiet, 'and'
the negro shot is di ing very wei?'
In justice to Athe whites and no
groes of Bull Swamp,. "I wish to
giro'them the credit of being on gooiP;
?crma and peaceable. Mr. Cannon is*
out on bail, and Marion Jackson it
doing very well. *:<
- ii -? mm -
Mrs. Susan T. fonyor?o, of Massa
chusetts, received the. highest tfward,;
at the Centennial lor a "hygienicgar
ment*' for the underdress of women
and children, called " jthci ''emancipa
tion tmit," invented and patented by
her. v ? b
Old John Robinson, with his mam
moth- woiJd V ^ojrL \ combinmg^ ?J
Mcnagerie;^AqunHum ^aw Cirt?&f]
will display its wondcre to awaiting
multitudes on Wednesday* 22n& *His
troupe and exhibition haft been very
much enlarged, and to the forty,
cages and clubs ol rare animals and
wild behsts. off aliAQl^i^ci^.Kiiifl^H^'
Jpaih" added Giraffes, "hn immense
ilhihoocrcis; gu?)t) ; qa?jH^;jQftfi Li^ija,:
a bcIioWo? Seals, the Ingest perform -
ing elephant in America, Asiatic and
African Lions, forty ponies, sixty
ring horses, nnd-a little community of
peoplerJbr, ^different lilies of duty^in
fact, it?iff hcwHdering'f? an ordi^liry'
rhind to even contemplate the gigt|u-..
tic proportions of this vast collection*'**
of all that is startling beautiful and \
instructive." Every man. woman and
child far; miles : n round i8hould.'co'nie
into Town on next Wednesday and j
[fitness tiiis exhibition,, mut ?eo.the
magnificent?..street parade. Remem
Somchody noi^iuatos xlcn'li pl| C-l
Butler, in the Cylum\\ja j\iighter^ qb\
a ml and proper:' peiwv .to; BuetfeedJ
Stator Robertson in the United
-? mm . . i;. ^
Bray ton has been defeated .'in' the
5th Circuit for Solicitor by a Demo
erat; When Bullock left Georgia he
followed Blodgett here. Wo don't
know where B. will go now.
The Alabafnn'Legisldturc c?ii verted
,on the 14th inst. S. W. Bibb was
elected President of' the Sennto and"
l,N?.Jd.' Clementdj.for. JBpeaker.of the
m%l ? 1 Kjite W MM ?
Senator Gordon is in Columbia. It
said he is there to watch the count-"
ing of the votes. .
IR 'Article 2,; section 13, of the consti
tution of South Carolina, declares
"euch bouse shall judge of the election
returns and qualifications of its own
Article 2, section 4, declares : H The.
returns of every election .'ofGoperncr
shall be scaled up by the Managers
of Election in their respective coun
ties, and transmitted hy .mail to the
seat of govern nie ut, directed to the.
Secretary of State, Wim ?hall deliver
i hem to the Speaker of the House of
Representatives .at the next ensuing
scH?ioii of the General Assembly.
* * * T*he Secretary of State
(.hall deliver the returns to the
Speaker Of the House of Uepresenta
lives ut the next ensuiug session of
the General Assembly; and during
the first week of the session, or as
soon us the General Assembly shall
have organized hy the election of the
presiding officers of the two he-uses,
the Speak" r shall open and publish
them in the presence of both houses.
The person having the highest num-'
ber of votes shall be Governor; but if
t<vo or more shall he equal and high
est in vot. s, the Genetal Assembly
shall, during the same session, in the
House of Representatives, choose one
of them Governor, viva voce. Contes
ted elections for^Gpu^rnpr^hallKlie^der
terminal by thegQcnerpl^' Afsenitljf} mv
'auch manner as snufl be prescribed by
Article 8, section 10, declares : "In
all elections bold hy the people under
this constitution the person or persona
who shall receive the highest number
of votes shall be declared elected.''
Chapter 8, section 28, revised
statutes, provides "that in case of a
contest of the election of Governor, (if
the General Assembly, by concurrent
-resolution, shall entertain the same,)
the Senate and House of Representatives
shall, each separately; proceed to hear
and determine the facts in the case, so
far as they deem necessary; aitdde
ciite thereon who, according to the
10th section of article 8 of the consti
tution; declared to be elected."
The Fire in the Forest Oily.
Eighteen Hundred Bales of
Cotton D staoyed.
Savannah, ,~Jfovembej^,i4?At 8
40 r. m., lasfjjnigittert fljirra of?|o
wss sounded from bpi^28^8ituate,d cjfji
the corner of%eipir<^'o^rind ifeiH
road Streek?, which win caused by the
discovery ;f^f^re^ ji\ ^train. vf^ottpDi"
standing Iii:: the 'yard'^rad^ViWaf
Railroad. The traiu^upon which thb
standing next to .another train, also
of cotton., ^^K^Xo'Y-/cct ^WW itya.j
guauo'wat^fio^^y^i^i'!^ sitdated id
tlie middle of the W^M^^m
stored; about lOD/^aT^s.'pjT cotton and
a largo amounf offertiliforsf ^Tnero
b jp Jheyard^s^dingoneft^
ten tli^usand b|iic^.| | t > | . ?? ?? -}.
The "wind' lioiug lilgh, the fire was
soon t cmnraunicnted. tpv: tho second
^train;; -'and ^?i^o j .'td the warehouse,
winch" was soon nestroyed, the sparks
flying all- over the yard and placing
tiie whole yajst amoumVpf cotton stor
? cd thero id 1m mi noh t danger of des
truction. OuljSt ?7 ths- superhuman
and employees of tlie road, and tho
fire department pr?wu$e}^
The colored people acted nobly nnd
AWent U>Tworkiwitlj? wiU, afd .render*;
ed valuable assistance iu saving a vast
able 1,800 bales of cotton were des
i tepyed^, .and some j2?0 baJcs damaged,
J #&il rtyi-eightj wire wWer't? $ptoily - tfe*^
I ti " ycd, together with twenty .barrel s
jjoflwhlskey large qu^utJtylof
baeon, lumber, fertilisers, cotton ties
.and. buckles. ...The.,, railroad official.').
o. pcactf foro^oul '- ?
That's distracted with doubt ?
I Let us know wlip is'in,
- Let us know who is out;
For our eyes they grew dim
Ah on figures we gaze
That make it'for Tilden p
?nd-i^?kc ItTor tlaves'v
Call the bills and the Edmund*
Perhaps jhey wjU^knpw; j ? > v i
?u m in on Hermann with hispetieil
And Mat with, his nhow;
Let them knock or. our sconce*
rj v .: vt'.t \.J i S. *. . v
To end our amaze,
i : '?
And say if 'tis for Tilden
Or say if 'ti* Ilayea.
We long for a season
Of quiet and rest *
To wipe off our mustache
And pull down our vest;
But how, can we do it
y When boys stop their plays
To ph'dut'madly forTilden* '
And madly for Hayes?
Our young men^groW gray ,
And fat men rjrow thin.
Over '"snatches" that lie
Like original sin. ]? ?*
(Jive us liamptou and slumbers
And peace for our days,
Fpr we're weary of Tilden
And weary of Hayes.
Dr. A. C. Dukes, M. D. is giving
away a handsome book entitled
'"Pearls for the Peeple," containing
much valuable information and many
interesting articles. It also contains
a history of the discovery of the
"Hepatine;" for diseases of the liver,
dyspepsia, contispation and indiges
tion, &c, and gives positive asaur
nnce that when the Hepatine is used
it effects a permanent and. lasting cure
|T?f? jthesc diabases, v/hich prevail ;to.
?ueh an > alarming ? extent iu our
country. Take tho Hepatine for all
diseases of the liver.
? The Hon. Alextmler H. Stevens
sny3 :?"The Globe Flower Cough
S; rup has proven a most valuable
fehiedy to me.V'
Gov. James M. Smith, of Georgin,
says:-?"I shall always use it with
perfect confidence, and recommend it
to the public ns a remedy Which will
afford, that satisfaction, experienced
by me arid niirie.f If excels every
thing for coughs, colds and obstinate')
lung affections."" .
Ex-Go v. Brown, of Ga., says: "He
finds the Globe Flower Cough Byrup
[yi most excellent remedy."
Such endorsement by our great and
good men deserves the attention of
the affU^ted/.. Those suffering}; fttyp
^hould^se^iho Globe* Flower Cougb>
Syrup. It will positively cure con
^?mplion'/:- Jj $
' *? Vor saloby bV*A. 0. D?kes.
and get a'pamphlet and read about
Dr.^larjcfJohnston's gre^at^ Indian
-ijl?ooV sy'rdpV Ihe best ^ctiicino in
use. Dr. Wannamaker also has tho
< VA J X* I *.?> V'r , V i
mcdi,e!iiQ lor salo atywholesale and
retail. " ' c' june ?
The Mammoth Building!
H OCCUPIED BY I id I
p Is filled with
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
which will receive .WEEKLY ADDITIONS in order to keep fredt sup
plies on hand.
THE SAMPLE ROOM
*y-::i ? ? '
In rear ot the Grocery Store is supplied with everything that is kept in
the above lino. All articles are marked LOW DOWN". A call is solicited.
Has on baud a large and varied stock of
g ' .
<pf every stylo, quality and variety with a complete stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, &C.
All of which will be sold low down for cosh. Call and get a bargain.
I WALLACE CANNON.
DR7 GOODS. GROCERIES.
* LIQUORS, TOBACCOS.
ORANGEBURG, S. C
?Ma^VicvMKV Ai H 'jl sMxor aaaiiv -r
akaoj uh.i sxoc xv stcivn xHorioHAv soax oi -&*
gj I -*3J?1S
?Xjooojr) psujo iBjy ? ai jdo3| Iipwaa&S kojotvie jaqjo puu 'Xitpiub jiaq eqjJfo
7)00)s jjnj v qi]m lernazg jpr ?q paplnooo ipuoooj ojojs et|i ;u pauodo o\?q
.(eqj jeqi XjpuaaaS oi[qnd oqj pan spaaiir Jiaqi tnjojnt .([mjpodsoji
Is 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
rRICES. Knowing the STRINGENCY of the times I have resolved to
sell goods at figures to suit them. Never before have such
My supply of
Is the-TiA-liGEST arid best SELECTED in the County?down stain
and up stairs being filled to overflowing with
Calicos, Homespuns, Cloths, Linens. &c.t
While my stock of
IGEISTT'S CLOTH ITSJX3
Is Superb ami Complete.
1 have also SIDES and BOOTS 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 n well conducted Store can be had LOW DOWN.
In a word, I congratulate myself that I have, and ara still receiving at
complete a stock as was ever offered to the public. Let, my friends give me
a call and ascertain for themselves. My motto i.t
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS.
J. C. P I IE,
On the Itfth dny of Nobcmbcr next, I will
sell at the Plantation of J. P. Antler for
i'. lOO Bushels of Corn more or less.
6 Bushels of Kice.
1,000 Pound* of Fodder.
1 Lot Cotton Heed.' -
CECIL 8. EDWARDS.
,<... ' ATX) '1;
?._ A ? .*: v i: I
By virtue of'forecleSinro 6f Mortgage one j
(1) Home, Mule Levied on as the property
of J.P. Anlley at the unit of C. ?. Kortjohn
November 4th, 1876.
CECIL S. EDWARDS,
?I*? O . j ; Agent'; I
bot 11 ' " ?'" 2t.
P( SCxccialorn Nod Ice.
.J All person* having demands againt Dr.
Jno. B. Darby deceased, will present them,
and those indebted pay to Messrs. Hutaon &
I **r*ft m A. T. DABBY,
* v * Qutlified Executor,
nov 11 v i ^ \- St
?gaff |j??? -
SEND 25c to G. P. BOW ELL & Co.,
New York, for Phamphlet of 100 pages,
containing lists of 800 newspapers, and
estimates showing cost of advertising.
VOCAL, AND INSTR?
I am prepared to receive a few I'npila
more in Vocal and Instrumental Music.
DR. 15. F. MUCKIWFUSS
Dentist Room* over Store uf Mr. Geo. II.
Co)- Charge? Reasonable.
d>5 to $s? per day at
Home. Sample? worth $1 free. Stinson
&Co., Port'ind, Mane.
. : '_? . j
According to the latent improvement* in
WOLFE &: CALVEIiT
over WillcoeVo Store, are prepared ti
execute anything in their line.'. ."
Guaranteeing a faithful attendance to
business, tliey respectfully ask a continu
ance of the patronage, which ban hereto
fore been extended to tho old firm of
Snidir, Wolfe ACalvert.
SOT All Work Guaranteed.