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Pedros Council No. 11, R\ & S.*l Mt
"Will meet each Thursday at 6 o'clock P. M.
from 1st October to 1st April, and at 8
o'clock from 1st April to 1st October, on
tho following dates,'June 24, July 22,-Aug.
19, Sept. ltt, Oct. 21, Nov. 18, and Deo. Hi.
J. F. IZLAR, T. I.
G. W. BRXTKSOJi^Becordcr. , ; ?
Eureka Chapter No. 13, It--. A/. M.v?
? Will '?meet during the present Masonic year
.at tho umral Hours/the followin dates :
March 10th, April 7th, May 5th, June
2nd, August 4th, September ist, October
27th, Ngvember 2-lth, L-eceiuhor'29lh.'
J. F. IZLAR, M. E. II. 1?.
J. M, Bnuxsox, Sec.
Sliibboi?th Lodge No. 2S, ?.\ F.*. M -.?
Will meet each Tucsdny at 7 o'clock,
from 1st Oct. to 1st April and at 8 o'clock
from 1st April to IrI October on the follow
ing date*, April 4, May 2, June fl, July 4,
An*. 8, Sent. 5, Oct. 3, Nov. 7, Dec. 5.
v 7* . JAS. F. 1ZLAR, W. M.
Gho. W. Brunson, Sec.
may 29 1875 7m.
fylisto Lorf^o No- !l!!j?Meets at Odd
Follow a flail, every Friday evening at 8
o'olock, from 20th March to 201 li Sept. and
at 71 o'clock from 20th Seilt, to 20th March.
V UfcMA'ltS, N. (!?
J HKRMAN WA11LKKS, Sec.
Rebecca Lodge?Meets 8 o'clock every
second Wcdiiei.dav after s-.ilc dav.
" F. DkMARcJ, N. G.
TOWN ~C PUNCX?7"
This body meets .lime S, ?ept. 7, Dec. 7.
Mayors "Court, held whenever occasion
SONS OF TEMP K II AN CK,
Oraugeburg Division No. 24, meets every
Monday evening in the basement of the
Y. 81? A.? Rooms on Russell
Street next Mrs. Smoaks' Millinery Store.
KuKflincus Meeting?Fourth Thursday in
each month at 7 p. m. Prayer Meetings?
Et err Thursday Evening.
* M. GLOVKR, President.
Boulli Carolina Btailroacl.
office HOURS AT ORA-XfiKnl'KCi riKPOT.
From 8 o'trlok A. M. to 2} Pi M. From
l\ o'clock P. M. to5> P. M.
Goods received and delivered on'.y during
X, O C A. X,
If you like the security tiowii with
er-", fs ??
?ee advertiscmenl in relation to
Wiljiainston Female College.
'lhtngs will bright en iip as^uun ur
the iliini|)toii Government gets pro
perly on its fert.
Our friend, ?lohn L. II. showed
signs of lire on Tuesday morning
A. Fischer is Mile ngent for \Vha?n's
Raw.Bone Phosphate, the best ferti
lizer in the world.
''Amazing grace, how sweet Lite
sound.'' Hampton and Hume Rule,
boys, once, twice, and nil the time.
i.? ? - ? min
Jvidge Cooke wants the Grand Jury
of Abbeville to indict Chamberlain
The road from here to Zi oil's
Church in the Fork is almost impas.su
) ble. Cannot something be done to
improve it ?
Tax-payers ! do you want the ex
penses of government reduced ? If
so, support Governor Hampton. Pay
taxes to his appointees.
Read the new advertisement of
McCreery & Brothor. These mer
chants arc among the fortunest of
Mr. Z. M. Wolfe, at- long known
as one of our most vigilent and
efficient Town Marshals, has resigned.
Fo has purchased a plantation in the
country, and will propose to try his
hand at farming. We wish him sue
Read the new advertisement of Mr
T. C. Andrews in to-day's paper, He
will keep constantly on hand a full
supply of dry goods, shoes, groceries,
^ liquors, &c. Mr. T. W, Alborgotti
. is with him and will be glad to see
" his friends. fo
Mr. W. H. Girardcau, who has so
acceptably served as Trial Justice at
\ this place, scut in his resignation to
Governor Hampton a few weeks
since, lie is closing up Iiis business
and those who have papers in his
Irhauds are requested to call at his
Office at onco.
The weather chaugod suddenly on
Monday night Uast.r>-Old 'bachelors
are having a. hard tinto of it 'this
winter!' The census of the country
shows that there "are more women iii
the land than moh, and for the life of
ua we cannot understand why it is
that any of tho''rougher sex" should
go unprovided for.
The largo and enthusiastic meet
ing of taxrp ~?i which assembled
at the Fair wilding ou Monday
last, owed niuch of its viui and deter
mination to the.stirring appeal to the
citizens of this county which had been,
previous to that time, published in
the ymrs qiul Courier signed F. 'We
suspect that our distinguished fellow
citizen, Col. Frederick, is F., an d
trust that he will put his pen to pa
per oltener in future,
Why is it that advertisers cannot
baud in their advertisements on
Thursdays ? Home people are all the
time complaining of the paucity of
news in our paper. If our patrons
would heed our wish, and send or
bring their advertisements to the of
fice soone.r in future than they have
been doing in the past, wc would
know better how to gunge our space
for a larger aud and fresher modi
cum of news.
Mr. F.d ward h izardt, who is culled
Edwins for short, is as bright as a
lark despite the cold weather, and
vows that there is not a place this
side of Baltimore where such excel
lent wines ami liquors are kept as
those in the saloon over which he
presides. Fischer has just laid in a
new cupply in his bar, and Mr. Bo
zardt desires that proclamation be
made through this paper to that ef
We would call attention to Mr.
^c illley's notice of hi? intention to
close his photograph gallery iu a
month's time. This is, perhaps, the
hint opportunity our people tvill have
to get good pictures of themselves and
families. Mr, Si has all the facilities
for doing good work that they have
in the larger cities. We have seen
specimens of his work which (or gen
uine execution and nicely of finish,
could hardly be surpassed anywhere.
t IIA RADES A XI) TAHLE.KIJX ?
Will be given at Masonic Hall in
aid of the Lutheran Chinch od
Thursday evening next. The man
agement will be und r Piof. Berg,
Which is a suflicicnt guarantee that
the evening will be a. happy one.
Ticketscan be had at Drs. Dukes,
Mydrick, Wannamaker, Capt. Brigg
mann, and Mr. Ogren's. Secure them
at once, for the programme is so
excellent that seats will be iu demand.
We culled in company with Dr.
Malone a few days since to see a lady
patient ef his who lias been suficriug
for years with cancer of the tongue.
The lady is from Barnwell and
received the treatment of several
eminent physicians beforo placing
herself under the care of Dr. Malone,
but without deriving any bsnefit
therefrom. Dr. Malone has ouly
treated her six weeks and the lady
is almost well.
SAD OASE OF DUO WXIXG?
We were informed on Wednesday
last of the melancholy end an old
colored man came to on the 20th of
last month, in Cooper swamp. It
seems that the old man--whose-name
wc did not learn?had been informed
that he was to be sent to the poor
house, and not having a penchant for
tlial institution, slat ted in the night
away from home, hoping to find a hos
pitable roof somewhere, under which,
he might rest his aged limbs, and
where visions of the poor house and
its public charities would rot stare
him in tho face or disturb his declin
ing years. Being weak, he gave out
in his journey through the cold, biting
waters of Cooper swamp, and sank
down to strangle and to die. While
life, however, was yet in his body, ho
was found*;-placed upon a log, and re
quested to remain there until assis
tance could be procured. Mr. Geo
Smoak, upon being informed of the
old mau's situation, harnessed tip his
buggy and made all possible baste to
the spot where tho sufferer wa3. But
help came too [late. The old man
had fallen into the wator again, and
when picked up was stark and cold
in death. It seems that no inquest
has been held over his body.
The Town Council held their regu
lar nioeting on last Tuesday evening
at which were preseut all of our
venerable Oily Fathers.
Mr. 7,. M. Wolfo-a resignation as
marshal waS read ami accepted.
All 'marshals? now employed were
discharged from duly after the 15th
instant and the Clerk instructed to
receive applications for said officers,
upon which an election for marshals
will bo held.
The Committee on damages to
property by reason of opening Glover
street were requested to meet and
repoi t at next meeting.
An ordinance prohioiting Hucks
ters from cooking in or obstructing
the streets or side walks was adopted
unanimously, and the marshals in
structed to sec that it was rigidly on
Is there not a vagrant law in the
Revised Statutes? Is it not the duty
of somebody to enforce it ? But if
there bo neither of these?neither a
S*ate vagrant law' nor a State ofiiccr
whose duty it is to see it put into
execution?is it not tho plain duty of
our Honorable City Fathers to see to
it that an ordiiMince of Council cov
ering the defect, be passed at once ?
It is a wonder that we have not had
more fires than those that have al
ready blackened and laid in ashes so
much of the beauty of our town
Crow Is of persons, of both sexes, with
no visible means of support, throng
our streets every day and night!
How do tiny live? Mu-t they not
beg or steal to keep body and soul
together? Ami to steal successfully
i-i it not necessary somctimos to cse
the incendiary's torch to cover up the
evidences >\ the crime? Nay, has it
not been done right in our midst!
We verily believe it has, and hereby
call upon our City Fathers 'to do some
thing to give our people a better
guarantee of security than that they
have had; or, even have now.
DFSPARATE ATTEMPT AT BURG
Farly on Wednesday night as Mr.
Ben Lee aud Mr. Jimmy Hamilton
were passing the Btore of Mr. D.
Louis, they discovered that theglais
had been cut from the transom over
the back door of said building, and,
suspecting thacall was not right, halt
ed long enough to satisfy themsolvos
that someone wa9 on the inside of the
store. Other parties were at once in
formed of the situatiou, when tho front
door was opened, and a search made
for the burglar. He was found iu the
pea bin, almost covered up with peas.
After being questioned considerably,
be was taken to jail where he remain
ed until Friday afternoon, when ho
was brought beforo the Town Conn
eil for examination. At this examiua
tion ho gave his namens John Wil
Hams, and seemed to be perfectly un
concerned as to his situation. The
following is tho substance of his story,
as told by himself: Was born at
Branchvillc. Is a son of Abo Wi
llama. Used to belong to Barjh. Knows
but one or two persons down there.
Remembers one Loeb. Bought candy
from him when a boy. Boon in
OiWgeburg about eight days. Stayed
with no body. Got into Mr. Louis'
store by 4knocking the glasses out with
his hand. Went iu thcro to get money.
Suppose ho meant to steal it if you call
taking what don't bolon g to you steal
ing. Went into back room of store
first. Found firo in chimney, nnd a
match box on mantle piece. Took
tho match box because he wanted to
strike light to soo by. About this time
heard uoisc and at onto anno to conclu
sion that lie would not be allowed time
to examine the money drawer, and
otherwise inspect Mr. Louis' stock.
Would have escaped but for tho
darkness. Whenever ho would make
for a door, wou'd hit opoti a box or
eomct' ing. While thus perambulating
was, arrested and carried to jail, &ci,
The fellow has a desparnte counter
ancc, and is no doubt one of a gang in
our midst who live hy stealing. We
have a number of policemen, and it is
to be hoped that they will keep a
sharp lookout. The burglar was
committed to jail to await Iiis trial a*,
the Court of Sessions.
??r The citizens of this county arc
hereby notified that Mr. SchifHcy will
keep open bis Photogrph Gallery on
ly until February 12th. This will be
the last opportunity Ihe people of tho
county will have to get good and care
fully finished pictures of themselves
aud families. Conic then and bring
the children along ? Special care
will be taken to please every one. 4
SCARCITY OF MO KEY?
There is no doubt but the present
condition of all kinds of business and
industry is ^fearfully depressed, and
it behooves every family to look care
fully to their expenses. Winter is
coming on when children are liable
to croup, whooping cough, etc. Cough
and colds will prevail everywhere,
and consumption, with other throat
and lung diseases will carry off many.
These diseases should not bo neglect
ed, Doctors bills are expensive, and
we would advise our people to use
Boschce's Gerraa-u Syrup. It never
has failed. One bottle at 75 cents
will keep your whole family well
during the winter. Two doses will
relieve auy case. Sold in all towns in
the United States, and by your Drug
Call at Dr. j. G. Wannainaker's
and get a pamphlet and read about
Dr. Clark Johnston's great Indian
blood syrup, ttie best medicine in
use. Dr. Wnniiamakcr als?) has the
medicine for salo at wholesale and
retail. june *2 I
Dr. A. C. Dt icics, M. I), is giving
away a handsome book entitled
"Pearls for the Peepie," containing
much valuable information nud 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 asstir
auce that when the Hepatine is used
it effects a permanent and lasting cure
of these diseases, which prevail to
such an alarming extent iu our
country Take the Hepatine for all
diseases of the liver.
The Hon. Alexander II. Stevens
says :?"The Globe Flower Cough
Sjrup has proven a most valuable
remedy to me."
Gov. James M. Smith, of Georgia,
says :?"I shall always use it with
perfect confidence, and recommend it
to the public as a remedy which will
a fib rd that satisfaction experienced
by me and mine. It excels every
thing for coughs, colds and obstinate
Kx-Gov. Brown, of Ga., says: "He
finds the Globe Flower Cough Syrup
a most excellent remedy." ?
Such endorsement by our great and
good men deserves the attention of
the afllicted. Those suffering from
cough, cohU and lung affections
should use the Globe Flower Cough
Syrup. It will positively cure con
For sale by Dr. A. C. Dukes.
Goods For the Holiday .
Fresh Confectionery?(Gum, Cor
dial and Plain.)
Layer Raisins, Bright Citron,
New Currauls, Dry Figs,
A fricati D.itcs, Brazil Nuts,
English Walnuts, Peanuts,
Cox's Gelatine, Bnker'sBroma,
Fsscrscs?(Lemon, Rose, Vanilla,)
Pulvorizod Sogar, Soft A Sugar
Yellow C Sugar, M inco Meat,
Gilt Kdgo Busicuit Flour,
Keep on Hand Aiwa, s
Pure Leaf Lard,
Cream Tartar (pure) and Sea Foam
Colgates Family Bar Soap,
Kingsford's Pure Starch,
both uncqunlcd for the laundry.
Other seasonable goods all at price*
J. L Hamilton
Kussel I .Street next to CornoWon's.
--? - -t-.-===== -J-1-1_I_,l-L-L-'.'J^mW4
Having removed to Moseley's Old
Stand, next door to the Post-Office.
I will keep constantly on hand ?
full and complete assortment ?f
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Caps, &c, &,
I have also on hand a full supply
of Choice Groceries, Liquors, Se
gar3, and everything that is gen
erally kept in a first-class Store,
Thad U. Andews, Agent
INABINET & SIVtOAK 1
Respectfully informs the citizens of Orangeburg and vicinity th?% they
have opened with a largo stock of . x
in this place consisting of First clas3
Which will be Replenished Weekly. Also a well selected stock of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Boots, Shoes and Hats.
Besides the above we will keep constantly on hand a full supply of the best'
Fancy and Plain Candies and Fruits.
We call upon eve rybody to step in at T. D. Wolfe's Old Stand mnd
examine our prices before purchasing.
OUR SAMPLE ROOM
One door East of our Store is, Stocked with everything of the btbt q utility
Now is the time to get Bargains!
r?. dec 0 137G / ;' 1
To our Clients and Friends.
Ill consequence of the determination of
Samuel Dibble, Ivsq., to retire from the liar,
the firm of Idar & Dibble'will undertake no
new business from this date. CnpC James
F. I/Jar will raiittnuG in the practice of the
law in itn various branches, as heretofore.
Rdtli members of our firm will attend a*
usual to all business now in our hands.
.jamKS F. l/XAR,
Orarigobiirg, S. C, Deecmbcr 15,1S7(1.
dec 2:5 lm
WATCH.KS AND CLOCKS
im:PA Iii ED
On Iht^ Shortest XoLico
JOHN J. HOWE3LL,
AT THE STOKE OF
KIRK ROBINS OX,
OKA A OKU Uli G, S. C.
Ali work iu tlie above line done on the
shiniest notice- Also Jewelry repaired.
My terms are reasonable and all work
warranted, dive me a trial.
dee 12.'} 1870 3 lit
BOUSE AND LANDS
FQll SAL E.
Hctiig about to remove from the Stale, i
ifler for sale my place near the town of
Orangeburg. The place has been recently
.settled, and the buildings new. The Dwel
ling House contains fmir Square Hoont? 15
by 10 with Passage of H feet, good Kitehen,
Darn; &c, with twelve acres of valuable
Land. Terms ca?y.
Apply to Messrs. Izlar it Dibble, my At
torneys, or to undersigned at Onugclmrg,
s. C, for particulars.
AH persons having claims against. Henry
W. Murphy, late of Orangeburg county
deceased, arc required to present sworn state"
mcnts of them, anil those indebted to the
same will make pavment at once to
W I) FOGLF,
December 22, ISTth
dee 22 3t
Tlie Copartnership heretofore existing
between the undersigned under the fim?
name of T. Kolm & Brother Is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. 1'lic business
will bo continued by Thcrdore Kuhn in hLs
own name and for his own account, and be
therefore, alone, will sign the late firui
naoic in liquidation.
T II K?R DOR F kc1in,
Orangebnrg, December 12th 1870.
dec 16 3m
N T T S T RY.
I>U. B. P. 31UCKENFUSS
Dentiht Itoomn over Store of Mr. Uro. II.
??>"* Charges Reasonable.
VOCAL AND INSTRU
I am prepared to receive a few Fupiln
more in Vocal and Instrumental Music.
f-ep 30 tf
the state op south carolina.
COURT OF 2UIAL JUSTICE. ?
William U. Wroton nnd Ho'nrr C itio
Copartners in Trade under the Firm asjQO
of NY roten & Rice, Plaintifla.
Against Ralph W. Baker, Defendant
Copy Summons for Monty Demand.?
plaint not Served.
To RALPH W. BAKER,
Defendant in thia Action
You are hereby summoned and required
to answer the Complaint in thia Action
which has been filed thia day in my OfBeft*
und to serve a Cony of your answer en tho
Subscriber at his Office in Orangeburg 8*C.
within t went v days after the service of this
Summons on you, exclusive of the day of
If you fail to answer this Complaiut with
in the time aforesaid, the Plaintiffs will
apply to this Court for judgment against
you for the sum[of forty-three 05-100 dollnra
with interest at the rate of twelve per cent
per annum '"mm the eleventh day of March
one thousand eight hundred end serenty?
six, and costs,
Dated November 24th, A.D. 1876.
WM. If; GIRARDEACJ.
To RALPH W. BAKER,
Defendant above Nanttd:
Tube notice that the Summon* and Com
plaint herein were filed in my Office at
Orangeburg, South Carolina, on the 24th day
of November A. D. 1876.
WM. II. UIRARDBAtX
November 24, 1876.
dec 0 6t
State of South'Carolina.
COUNTY OF ORANGEBURG.
Co cut of Com mos Pj.bab.
William II. Wrotcn and Elijah II. Dowl
ing co-partncra in trade under tho name
and firm of Wrotcn and fowling, Plain
Ralph W. Baker, Defendant -
Copy Summons for Money Demand.?Ots>
plaint not Scried.
TO RALPH W. BAKER,
Defendant in this Action.
You arc hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint In this action,
which has been thin day filed in the offiea
of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleae
for the raid County, *nd to serve a copy of
your answer on the subscribers at tfieir
office, in Orangeburg, So. Ca-, within twenty
days after the ^service of this summon* es?
you. exclusive ofthe day ofjervice. ? ?'">?*?
If you fail to answer thia complaint pith
in the time aforesaid, the. plaintiff m?
ply to the Court for judgement against m
for the sura of ono hundred and thirty-four
36-: jo Dollar?, with interest at the rate of
seven per cert, from the ninth day of
October one thousand eight hundred and
seventy-six and costs.
Dated November 25th A. D. 1B76.
IZLAR A DIBBLE,
TO RALPH it. BAKER,
Defendant above named.
Take notice that the summons and cam*
plaint herein were filed in the office ofthf>
t'leik of tho f'ourt of Common Picas
Orangcburg County, at OrangtbargPfJMk
Carolina on :hc 2?th day of November? A.
IZLAR & DIBBLS, -\
December lit 1876.
dec 2 <$V, >>M
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&.Co., Por>'nod, Mane.