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Potr?s Council No. 11, hV. & 8/. Ifl.\
"Will meet ench Thtirmlny at (i 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 24, July 22, Aug.
19, Sept. 10, Oct. 21, Nov. IS, nnd Dee. Kb
J. R 17, DAK, T. I.
G.'w. Bnoxsb'x, Itce'order.
Enrekn Chapter No. j:i. lb-. A.\M.\?
Will incct during the present Masonic year
at the liminl hours, the followin datea:
March 10th, April 7th, Mayolh, June
2nd, August 4th, September 1st, Oetobcr
27tb, November ti lth, 1 eceniber 2Ulh.
J. R 1ZI.AK. M. R H. P.
J. 51, Bhuxson, Sec.
Shibboleth-hoilgR No. 28, A.'. F.*. M.v
"Will meet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock,
from 1st Oct. to 1st April and at 8 o'clock
from- litt April to 1st October on the follow
ing dates, April -I, Mnv 2, duns <>, July I,
Auk. 8, Sept. ?, Oct. Nnv. 7, Dec*, ?.
JAS. R l/.I.Alt, w.m.
Gno. w. BftL'XSOX, Sec.
may 29 1870 7m.
"d." o. f.~
Kdisto Lodge No- Bit,?Meets at Odd
Fellows Hall, every Friday evening at S
o'clock, I'roni 20th March to'2'ltli Sept. and
tit 7.1 o'clock froin 20th Sept. In 2uth March.
'.' 1>kMAIUS, N. <;.
.7 uk um AN WA1I LKItS, See.
Iteliccea bodge?Mc? ts S o'clock every
Scco'nd Wedhcsdnv after sale dav,
* v. Dk.maKs, n.
~j t?wn CO?NCHt.
This body meets .linu* 8, Sept. 7, Pee. 7.
Mayors Court, held whenever occasion
sons or tEi Phi 11 A ??'csi.
Oraiigeburg Division No. 'Jt. im its every
Monday evening in the basement of the
Y. Uff. 1'. A.?Dooms en P.e.-dl
?Street next Mrs. Sin oaks' Millinery Store.
Bu&inetSfl Meeting? Fourth Thursday in
wich month at 7 i*. m. Prayer Meetings -
Everv Thursdav Kveiiing.
* M. CJl.OYKD, President.
F SDllllU.r, S.-ctctaiy.
South Carolina I5s: a!ro:t?l.
'offick hocus at OltAXOklU i.ci iu:h>t.
ProBi 8 oVIok A.M. to-.i! P.M. Kioni
jf ] o'clock P. M. to 5.1 P. M.
Goods received and dcliven d only diiriiiy
T, O O j\ Jj .
Judge Clover has collected T>J 200
already of Oraiigeburg's eontrihut on
-to II:impi< 1 . the people coiiiin
'tic to make tho ev.d nee of their
'devotion to I ones i : ve: :? 111
stronger as Hampton's a-:mbi i, ra
tion grows . 1 ? .}.*. !go (Vx>>, r i.?
Vell p.ea.-ed wi.li the unanimity 0/
?of the people.
V.'e have a lad- operator now
Court con:!!.' iu ?? ? Monday.
? ? *?1 mint - - ? ?WH? - -
See ndverlisenie'il ol'S. K. jobin A
B.o card of Siockholders meeting
01) this i.-stie.
- ? -??? -<f~ 4
Jake Govs'.n ban commenced sell
?ing line fat red-horse again.
Paul Goynn was told by a gentle1
man the other day that ho was- a can
didate for Clerk ol Court, whereupon
Paul inquired if be bad any mon ty.
Dr. L. S. Wolfe will be found here
after over the store of Mr. K.'.el.icl,
"where ho will do all kinds of dental
work; Dr. Wolfe recommends bis
?work, and is acknowledged to be one
of the best dentists in the Stale.
By special request, and under the
?appointment as Evangelist of the
"Missionary U nion" of the Charles
?ton Association, Rev. A. P. Xorris
?will preach at Now Hope Methodist.
Church in Rowesvillo, to-morrow
morning at 11 o'clock and at night.
DRIVE TO TUE JUGlIT
IS every team or vehicle will
drive to the right it will save a colli
?sion on the street, stud there will bo
110 needless turning out. to let. a ve
hicle from an opposite direction pass.
Drive to the .right always, and you
will bo in the right.
MA SOX JO HALL?
Mr. JO. G. Tobili is engaged in
pointing the scenery for the stage in
Ibis Hall. This is .Mr. Tobi n's first
attempt at any thing of the kind,
nnd wc doubt not that all who inspect
his work will pronounce it a complete
success. His colorings, etc., of the
scenery show him to be the possessor
of a fertile imagination as well as a
correct nnd cultivated taste.
What two ramblers were they who
went doer bunting tho other day and
brought homo an old buck rabit with
ivattlcs under his neek ? Whether
they cooked him or not this deponent
Wo regret to announce the death
of the wife of the Iicv. J. D. A.
Brown, of,.the Presbyterian Church
ol'this place, who died on Thursday
night of this week. The sympathies
of the entire community tiro with tho
IfOtlSliS AND MULES?
There i.s a line lot of horses and
mules in the lot of Wallace Cannon.
If it fast trotter, a good worker in
plow, wagon or'buggy, is wanted by
any ol our readers, we ndviio them to
call at Cannon's.
?Slater & Brother have received a
line lot of horses and mules, which
they idler for fule at their stables, in
this jilace. Those who want the first
pick out of the ) ret liest lot of horses
and mules ever brought lo Oruiigc
liurg should not delay in calling on
Slater ? Brother.
Complaints reivch us every day
consuling the County Cmi missiou
ef.j about tho almost inip.i^sabhs co.i
ditiou of t he ro:ids and bridges hi tho
county. To our re.id i.r.i we make this
general remark : There is no us ; to
complain through the newspaper.any
longer. Tho complaints heretofore
made have all b.*e:i uuliecde 1. Hi ore
is a remedy at law for every man, and
that should be sought through the
courts if the roads arc allowed logo
mouth after month without being
77:.v xiaii'm l\ a hah room
\Yill be offered to our amusement
loving citizens in a few weeks at
Masonic Hall. I'rof. Berg is doing
a I he eitii to ha ve i presented in
real (! amatic styl?? As.-is'to I !>v
youiig ladies and gentleinen of nil
doubted tab til, we have no question
hut that he will succeed. " Ton XL it
ii ii Bar-B.o< hi" is h hi?st thrilling
and instructive drama, and for pre
? iiit n_' il lei the public we trust t"rof.
IVerg will be. rewarded by a full
btui e. adv. rti.-euieut in ii'tiO'lier
i-n lu mil.
? II Oil 1.1) ilE A RATIM)?
The intollcrable nuisance of twenty
and thirty persons grouping togeth
er on the si lewalks ol' our town, there
by obstructing them .so that ladies
find it impossible to pass, should lie
abated and thai spculily. It the
merchants in ivhoss stores an 1 pia/.
/.as these crowds also congregate, to
annoy and plague our people, do not
.-how their disapprobation of tha
practise by endeavoring to stop it,
the public wi.l know where to at
tach some id'the blame. Everything
should not be put upon tho Mayor. '
There lira/our uUhri'mcn whose duty
it is to keep order as much so as it is j
that of the Mayor. j
That we have an agent lit this place
us clever and obliging us any in the
service of the South Carolina Rail
road, is conceded on all sides, but that
the platform and surroundings at th:
tlr/wl are always pleasant to those
wailing to hoard the trains wc deny.
Recently a lady who was seated in
the Indies'parlor, await ng the arrival
of the train, had showered upon her
cars language tiud epithets which
doubtless served lo impress her with
no lofty opinion of the morale of the
tho University from whence the par
lies proceeded whose desire seemed to
b^ to insult ladies and degrade lhcm<
selves. For ihc sake of decency
we ctill upon the Town Council lo
instruct their Bail road Marshal to
visit each train, and keep down li'iiok
guardism and louthsomo and blood
curdling vulgarity. Eel ladies who
have Iheir delicate curs offended lit I ho
depot attach no blame to the tigetiti
It i.s the duly ol the Mayor and our
Board of Aldermen to abate the evil.
At ii special meeting of the Town
Council held on the 22nd of January,
1S77, the following resolution was on
motion adopted and ordered to he
spread upon tho minutes, viz :
Jicsohrd that tho Thanks of the
Town Council of Orungchurg are
hereby tendered to such .white and
colored citizens of said town tu re
sponded to tho call ol his Honor the
Mayor and the Town Marshal to as
sist in sustaining the author lies of
the said town when resisted on the
morning of Jie 22nd day of January,
1877, and especially is our thanks
due to the posse called together by
Samuel lb hide Esq. at the special
request of His Honor the Mayor.
T. It. Mai.onk,
Clerk of Council.
[c?mm t'N K'ATIvIl.j
,1 A M i SON's T. ().,
OliANl*KltltltCi, S. C.j
January 10th, 1877,
Editor A*? if* otiif Tim :
A meeting of the citizens of Jami
son's I'iccinul and vicinity, was held
on this day in accordance with a c.il!
ol ('apt. Jno. Xi. Mobrer, of the County
Executive Coin mit tee.
The meeting (cbilipbscd of bub
white and colored) was called to order
by jjyi It. Deck with, Esq.j Chairman
of Jamison Cliib Executive Com
mittee, who moved that dipt. John
Ii. Mborer take the chair, and Dr. M.
.1. I). I >antzler act aj Secretary, which
motion w as adopted.
Mr. Bcckwith, by rcqhefi of the
j chair, thoroughly explained the ob
ject of the lucctihgV aiiil than presen
ted the following preamble and reso
lutions, which were unanimously
WllKKKAS, at a mas; meeting 61
the citizens id' OratigeburgCounty
held on Monday the <"-:h inst., at
?ratigoburg, resolutions were a.loplo I
endorsing the administration of w hich
Governor Hampton is the head and
pledging in ra n/ manlier legal their
entire support, and utterly ignoring
the. usurper Chahibcilain ami his
gang; An I Whereas, many v?!nrs:df
this I'rceitict wer;- prevented, tin
avmduluy, i'mi.i altundiugsai '. Conn y
meeting. ibe?v.h>ro, ho ii
/.'? >/.', ?'(/, 'I hut we, the voters of
dnmuoit 1'ucinct, aiid viciiiiv,
j :iitiiiMiif&ly. accept as ours tho re > i ?
lions adopted a! the inii.s meeting
[held iit Orang.diurg S. dan. 8ih
;>"77. and do eicb\ phi Ige ourselves
I to recognize and support no other
j Government hut that ot whici Cm*.
' Wade Iiampton is the head.
/,'><> ' hat the proceedings ol
the inoctiiig ho j ublislied in the
N i-.ws ANJ? i i :<: i s.
Ki?. POUT KK.
meeting at Easterlies.
Fork of Edisto, Jan. 21th 1877.
Editor Ora iige.hu ry ^ciesand Times.
A meeting of the taxpayers of
Union Township was held at Easter
lin's Mill on tho 20th instant: The
meeting was called to order by Mr.
G. \j. Sal Icy, and the following of li -
eers elected :
1'resident : Mr James D. Browne;
Vice-l'resijjent.s : Me.s-rs. J. M.
Cope, J. D. Felder, and Mr. John
Secret a lies : 0. C. McMillan; and
: J. C. Moore, (col.)
The Chairman sta'cd tho object of
the meeting in a few brief and well
timed remarks, after which Maj.
Knowlton and Samuel Dioble, Esq.,
were introduced. These gentlemen
I did amp Ie justice to the cause t hoy
were on hand to e.-pom-e- They lai 1
bare the Chamberlain government.
which was conceived in sin and bred
in iniquity, and advised everybody to
"down with the dust" to Hampton.
At the conclusion of the speech, the
resolutions' which were adopted at the
Mass Meeting in Graiigcburg Jiinti
ury jSlli, ami since publish id in tho
News and Times, were submitted
and signed by all present.
A motion was ollored and ad ipto I,
that a committee of .sown be ap
pointed to assist the. com
mit tec which had been an
poit'to I by the Executive Committee,
in obtaining signatures to the Or
ahgeburg resolutions J A Cop>, A
8 Jennings, Jacob Foglo, \\ II
Quatllcbaum ami Andrew Iviltroll
were npointed on the coin hi it tec,
after which the meeting adjourned.
I'a ys a n.
Corruption in our National a (la i r
has the same eflect on the Government
that a severe cough cr < old has upon
the human system. I'olitical reform
in tho forihor und Dr. Jhill\s Cough
Syrup in the latter case will remedy
the evils. At the druggist's 25 cents.
Lor die Viiwcoli Slniuss.
1 hufvon funny lecdle poy
Vut gomes sehnst to my knee;
Der queerest schnp, der crcatcst rbke
As cfer you 'lit see;
He runs and schuinp-, und schiuashcs dings
Iu all harts off tier house?
Itut v?t oil'dot? He was min son.
Min,' leedle Yawcob Strauss.
I To got der measles und der imuiihs,
Und efcryding dot's out;
lie shills mine glass of lager hier,
Pools scluui? into mine kraut ;
Au Iimine jdpa mit Lijhhiirg cheese?
]>ot vfis der roughest chouse ;
I'd toko dot vrbm no oiler pby
Hut Leedle Yawcob .Strau .<.
liedakesdee milk bail for a dhrum,
Und cuts mine eaiic in d\\o,
T? make dei Miticks to heat it mit?
Mine crs?eiou?i, dot vasdruc!
I dinks mine head vaS schptit ahatl,
I le kicks up sooeh a ton.se??
Itiit never mind, dor jioys wan few
Like dot young Yawcop Strauss,
II?! asks tue question* .-doch as dose:
Who habits mine nose so red '!
Who vas it cut dot .-chtc.ouc't bliice out
\ roni der hair upon my bed '.'
Und where dor photo goes vroni der lamp
Yciiu'er tier jjfini I du: ne?
How gaii I all de Ac diitgK egcsbSuin
To dot -elimall Yn'weob HiratiKs.
I somcdimc.s diukd I shall go vi hi
Mil soocli agrazy pby,
I'ml vi.'h voncc mot e I could huf re.il
I'nd hcaecfnl tinnv*enshoy;
liiit von lie vash asleep in ped,
So quiet at a incuse
j 1 biays tier Lord, "dake auydings
I IJut leaf'lot Faweob Strauss."
SOAllCITY OF MOS'iCY?
There is no doubt but the present
condition of all kinds of business ami
industry is .fearfully depressed, and
it behooves every family to look care
fully to their expenses. Winter is
Laiming on when children are liable
to croup, whooping cough, etc. Cough
and eoitls will prevail everywhere,
and consumption, with other throat
and lung diseases will carry olf many.
These diseases should not be neglect
ed. Doctors bills arc expensive, and
we would advise our people to use
IJosehec's German Syrup. It never
has failed. One bottle at. 7? cent
will keep your whole family well
during the winter. Two doses wilj
relieve any ctise. Sohl in ail towns in
i the United States, aud by your Drug
j I he citizens of this county are
licrel y notified that Mr. liillley will
I keep open bis IMiotogrph tbillery on
j ly until February liitb This will be
I the last opportunity the people of the
I c??nnty will have to get good and care
fully finished pictures of themselves
and families. Comb then and bring
the children along? Special care
wilt be taken to please every one. 1
The Hon Alexunicr II. Stevens
says:?"The Globe Flower Cough
Sirup has proven a most valuable
remedy* to me."
Gov. James M. Smith, of Georgia,
.-ays :?"1 shall always use it with
perfect confidence, and recommend it
to the public as a remedy which will
afford that, satisfaction experienced
by me and mine. It excels every
thing lor einighk, colds and obstinate
Kx-Gov. Brown, of Gti.i says: "lit;
finds the (Hobe Flower Cough Syrup
a most excellent, remedy."
Such i ndorseihent by our great and
good men deserves the attention of
the alllioted. Those stille ring from
cough, colds and lung affections
should use the!Globed Flower Cough
Syrup. It will positively ctirc con
For sale by Dr. A. C. Dukes.
Cull at L)r. .1. (i. Wauuumakcr's
and get a pamphlet and read about
|.)r. Clark Johnston's great Indian
blood syrup, the best medicine in
use. Dr. NYuniinniaker also has the
medicine for sale tit wholesale anil
retail. jnriei 21
Dr. A. C. I)t ;; i s, M. I), is giving
away a handsome book entitled
"1'earls for the People," containing
much valuable information ami many
interesting articles. It also contains
a lilstbry of the discovery of the
"Hepatine;" lor diseases tit' the liver,
dyspepsia, conlispation ami imligcs
titu>7?A'c, ami gives positive assur
ance that when the Hepatine is used
it effects a permanent, and la-ting cure
til these diseases, which prevail to
stich an alarming extent iu our
country Take the Hepa tine for all
diseases of the liver.
Hy virtue of an -oder of the I* rebate
Court, 1 will sell at Orn-igcbiirg (Jkiiirt
1 louse mi sah: day hi February next, for
cash, all No es Accounts ami other clioacs
in action belonging to ihc Kstatc of Luther
Utinsdalc deceased, appraised, doubtful or
.1. F. LOI'dNSOX,
jan 1.5 at
..V]l?& T<> .S-<> I>,1Y AT
<?;.) Home. Samples worth $1 free. Stihsoii
& Co., Pol?'and, Mane.
S. E. TOEIN & CO.
Are now located at the cornor of Hall Road Avenue and Russell
Si red where they will he pleaded, to sec their friends.
We pledge ourselves, to sell goods of first quality, at as low dowu fig
ii res, as can be bought in this place, and at small advance on Charleston
Wo will .show goods, and give "our prices with pleasure, to any one call
ing on us. Goods deli veron to any part of the Town (roc of charge.
<dL tea %zJ? m*
Having removed to DEoseley's Old
Stand, next door to the Post-Office,
I will keep constantly on hand a
full and complete assortment of
Dry Goods, Boots, ' Shoes, Hats,
Caps, &c, &.
I have also on hand a full supply
of Choice Groceries, Liquors, Se
garj, and everything that is gen
erally kept in a first-class Store.
Thaft ?, An&ews,
7^'^T~L 0 IT I S
Has oil hand a large ami varied stock of
of every stylo, quality and variety with a complete stock of
BOOTS, Sil OES, HATS, CAPS, &C.
All of which will besohl low down tor cash. Call and get a bargain.
FT.M A PI : CJ?'J /tili.'GE
(..\NI)];!v-()N, S C)
spring Scs-ion opens Thcsday Fob (j
Kate.-, 20 weeks in advance
I'oiird, except washing and lights,
Ibgulnr TtPlion, 310 00to 20 00
1 nstiaintentitl M iisio, $20 00
Kindergarten Normal Class, S3 03 to
iVtinidrot's novel and progressive
(eattires sol forth in the Catalogue,
Ihr wh'u it apply to the President or to
itoy S A weher, of Orniigebiirg, who
from three yesirs counc :tion with the
School, is famili?r with its workings.
I \yill le.ive LVranfihvillo at 2
o'clock .Monday morning Feb. oth to
escort pupils to Willianiston.
S. LAN.1)15 It,
jhn Id In*.
'f!ii> firm of Md'ivery, L?vc^?*- Co. is tubs
dissolve)I by mutual consent, Thomas A.
MeCruory and barrio IP MeGreery are
atitln ri/.ed to clu-e the business, ami will
sign i:i liquidation:
All persons owing said firm are requested
to make immediate payment, and all to
whom the firm is indebted will please pre:
?ent their accotitits at once to the above for
pa v incut
Tilos. A, Mi i'KKFKV,
WM. i>. LOVK,
It.MtKIF II. McCllKKRV.
January "J. I S77:
NTot it to ol' (U >| >:iri itoi*.4sliij>
Tin- business heretofore conducted under
the liihi nanuMif McCrcery Love A: Co, will
lie eonthuted lo- Tiioma A. M .sCrecry and
barrie IbjMeCreory, under the firm name
..I" Me" "reei y A- brother.
Thcv will keep their usual full stock <>f
Pry t lousls, |5onis.Sh(ies, lints, ?Vre., which
they will sell at llle lowed possible price
'I heir facilities for buying will enable
tlieiii sootier uiijnvccdcntcd bargains in
evcrythiii!' iliey keep', and bv honorabli
and fair dealing Iliey hope to receive the
liberal patronage heretofore enjoyed by
.Mr. I! A Haw Is and Mr. Win Ilorkan
willhavcan interest in the business, and
will be glad to see their friends when in
want o! goods;
McCK BFixY & BU< >?
Grand Central Dry Goods Fstablishmcnt
,jau Iii Im
1). LAKDltETIT & SON,
Onion Sets and (bilden Seeds of till des*
Dealer in Clocks, Watches, Jewlery, &c.
Always on hand Cartridges of all calibre?,
dee 2 ihn.
l)lt. IJ. F. M UC'JvK;NFUSS
Dentist Kooins over StorcofMr.Oco.il.
To our Clients and Friends.
In consequence of llic determination of
Samuel Dibble, lisq., lo retire from the Bar,
the linn of I/.lar & Dibble'witl undertake no
new businesa from this date. Cunt. Jarno?
V. Izlar will cantintlO in the practice of the
law in its various branches, as heretofore.
Moth members of our firm will attend as
usual to all business now in our hands. ? ; ?<
.1 AMI'S P. IZLAR,
Orangcburg, S. C, December 15,1S7?*.
dec '2:) lm
WATCHES AND CLOCKS
On tlio Slipvtest Notice
JOHN J. HOWKSLSi,
AT THE STOItE 01'
? Ii. t A GEB Uli Gr, .S'. C.
All work in the above line done on the
shortest notice. Also Jewelry repaired.
My terms are reasonable and all work
warranted. (.Jive me a trial,
dee -?> IS?.) 3m
Heilig about to remove from the State, T
oiler for sale my place near the town of
Orangcburg. The place has beat'recently
settled, and the buildings new. The Dwcl
ling House contains four Square llooms 1?S
by l? with Passageof l> feet, good Kitchen,
Ikon. &?., with twelve acres of valuable
I ,aiid T< mi-; easy;
Applji to Messrs. Izlar A Dibble, my At
torneys, ort.) undersigned at Oraiigehiirg,
S.-0 , for particular*.
t'. YOUNG BLOOD.
?V ?. '.v. tf
t i'iv.i iii'S EH^mTi^xoTiq v .
i li ? tvlii r>hip heretofore existing
i.i. idcrstgiied under the firm
: i :u K?hn ?v brother is this day
.1 . Arnual consent The husineas'
wiil >? munued by Therdore Koiui in his
own name and tor his own account, and be
therefore, alone, will sign the late finn
name in liquidation.
Ii !-:X it Y KOIIX.
Orange .ttrg, December 12th 1870.
dee Iii 3m
VOCAL AND ENSTR?
I am prepared to receive a few Pupils
more in Vocal ami Instrumental Music.
scp .10 tf
According lo the latest improvement* in
L. S. WOLFE
over K/.ekicl's Store, are prepared Is
execute anything in his line.
Guaranteeing a faithful attendance to
busines.i, he respectfully ask a coiitinu
| nncc ?f ike patronage, which has hereto
fore licet) extended to the old lirm of
ui dir. Wolfe & Calvert.
All Work Guaranteed,