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Knrcka Chapter No. 13, R.\ A.*., SI.*.?
Will mcct.during the present Masonic year
at tlio usual hoars, the followin dates :
?April } 27th, 'Mav 25th, .Tune
2nd,; Augu.Bt 24th, September 21st, October
19th, November lOtli, Leeember 11th.
il t rH hit j. DIBllLU, M. B. II. P.
'4??b.?V. BnuNsoN, Sec. _____
"'' "Shibboleth Lodge No. 28, A.*. IV. M.\?
Will meet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock,
from 1st Oct. to iRt April and at 8 o'clock
jj from 1st April to 1st October on the follow
ing dates, May 8th. June Olli, July ?d,
August 7th, September 4th* October 2d,
k, November Qth, December, 4th'.
w JAS. F. 1ZLAR, Ws M.
Gko. W. Buunson, Sec.
mav 29 ISTo 7m.
I v I. O. O. P.
Edisto Lous-o No- il'l ? Meets at Odd
Pillows Hull, every Friday evening at S
^o'clock,, from 20th March to"20th Sept. an<l
at"7A o'clock from 20th Sept. to 20th March.
. B F THOMPSON, N. O.
it R l)i:MAKS, Sec.
UebeVca bodge?Meets 8 o'clock every
second Wednesday aftersale day.
B V THOMPSON, N. Ci.
Thlsbody meets June S; Sept. 7, Doc. 7.
Mayors Court, held whenever occasion
SONS O l<* TK33 VE it A N <?
Orangeburg Division No. 24, meets every
Monday evening in the basement of the
Presb v tcrian Clin ich.
y. m. c^. Am ? Rooms on Kussel I
Street next Mrs. Snidaks' Millinery Store,
llussincss Meeting?Fourth Thnrsd.iy in
each month at 7 r. M. Prayer Meetings?
" M. (JLOV.Elt, President.
SoutJi Carolina itailroad.
okAok j mirns at oRAscoEiVruci pkpot
FrnW 8--:oVlok A. M.to 24 P. M. Fron
3J o'clock P. M. loOl P. M.
Goods received and delivered only during*
Jj O C Jj
The bus runs to each train.
The weather \vai hot on Thursday
Mr. Wallace Cannon is up trans
The friends ol Judge Cookc arc
delighted to know that he will hold
.The Nk\va And Tim kh now belongs
tto the the Hook'and Ladder Uom
?? - - mm i i
^.ViU? si.woman ^ever heard of who
3uid to have whiskey put to her every
itinieHBhe has the headache?
whs regroi; to hoar ol .he illness in
1 lutrlestoii of Slier id' Livingston,
tx'bere ilie'went cm business.
There are eotne people in this
?world who find fault Svil'h everybody
Tiitd everything except their own
Mr. F rosier of the Journal of Com
mv.rt'tt,?paTd our 11 ur?? a vis-.i 'during
lhe week. Tie r. pre- i ts a live
The bill of.*-"??r.a'tor 3 Um run, pub
lished iu our last issue yel-ative to the
appointment of Trial Jus I ires for
this county, litis been, through the
influence: of the Hon. W. II. Roediidi,
postponed to the regular session.
The store of Mr. W. M. Sain, kept
by Mr. J. P. Sain at M?ller s old
stand, is one of the best in Orange
burg. For fiutj fresh groceries it
cannot be pqdalled. And the highest
market price is til ways paid for pro
r(lucc) etc.' If you want bargains call
on Phil-$rf' Broughton street.]
?jt \ i H -y ?? !-.
Merit nntl npplication to business
deserve notice, and in this connection
wo take pleastfro ' in noticing ' the
rising fame of Malcol m I, Browning,
Esq. For ..ifcyoUrig lawyer ho has a
press of ^briSiness that should be
exceedingly gratifying to his honor ti
I liftvc acted the part of n friend to
many a man, and now that I am in
need of money, I hope those under
obligation to me will come forward
and payMip;,, ' .When the hard times
are over I may be able to assist my
Any how, T want my friends to
call on inc. Auo??t Fi?ciikk.
Wo call tho attention of tho pub
lic to tho advertisement of Dr. J. G.
Wauuamakcr iu auothoc column.
Dr. We. reputation as a druggist is r.
unsurpassed. His stock js complete
iu every respect, aud wo guarantee
general satisfaction to all who call
MR, J. 11. GOODWIN?
The gentlemanly:and p?Hlc Agent
of "Foutz's saedecinesV paid us a visit !
last Thursday and left his card. Ho
represents the above house wlio?a
medceines are so cxtens'vo'y used
throughout (he United States. S-'c
advertisement in another column.
The Hon. Thompson H. Cooke
wiii hold Court here, commencing on
Monday. Tin Judge will find a warm
welcome here in his old home. No
one will forget disservices to Hamp
ton; nur ? will it bo forgotten either
that he is still battling to hold up the
hands of the People's Governor. Tho
term of com I will be interesting.
TO WOOL GROWERS?
Cnpt. .lohn A. Hamilton adverti
ses for the above article in this issue
und we f.dvise till those who have
wool for sale at the highest market
price to call oil the Cap I. Besides
getting a good price for your article
you can also buy dry goods, groceries,
&ts, at lower figures I hau elsew here.
Nntick to Dkvogij-ts am) Sroiu:
kkicricns.?I guarantee Shrincr's
Indian Vermifuge to destroy and
expel worms from the human body,
where they exist, if used according to
direction1*. You are authorized to
sell it on the above conditions. David
K. Kotitz, Proprio.or, Baltimore, I\ld.
Sold by Dr. A.C. Diik.es, Druggist,
Ornngeburg, S. C.
Air. Geo. II. Cor nelson has just
returned from iho North with a cam
pleto stock of general merchandise,
which l.e iiiforiiis us, can be purch.is
k?d lower than ever before offered
here, and to prove t!;e nbove we ad
vise purchasers to call iu and ask for
A? r. John Dnitner, who, we gun 1 run lee
will soil you goods so cheap that you
will \>o home hnppi.T than a drum
major. See nd.vcrtisentaut,
?- ? . m mm-- ? -
It is a pleasure for South Carol in
inns to meet with a Northern gentle
man who feel for them and their
interests. S,? f \y of this latter
character have made their homes in
our midst that it. almost, seem strange
lo think that there arc veritable
exceptions in the ease in our county,
A hin I Lathrop, Esq., who has his
ofiicc next door to the NI2\va ANi>
Tim is is one of tho rare exceptions.
Si-e his card elsewhere.
l'r A. < . Dukes will please ticcccpt
I ho thanks of Lhis oliiee for favors
kindly extended to us on Thursday
allei n? ma in tiie way of sparkling
.-od a water. The Doctor roooi'itiy
purehnsed a new apparatus which will
enable him to keep a betterquality
lind a larger supply than ever before.
He bus also just received a large an 1
fresh supply of fancy candies which
he is offe. iiig at low prices. Just step
iu when you want lo feel happy and
tell Sherrod to fix you up one of his
best Havered glasses and weguarantoo
that you will go on your way smiling.
-???HIHI- . * . ? -
r. M. C. A.?
Notwithstanding the inclemency of
the weather, the attendance at the
half hour prayer-meeting of the.
Young Mens Chiistian Association
at their rcoms last Sunday afternoon
was encouraging, and the meeting
There will bo a .similar meeting
held at the rooms of tho Association
to-morrow afternoon at half past six
o'clock., which the citizens, ami
especially the young people, are earn
estly and cordially invited lo attend.
The time employed in this service is
short, and tho sorvioc suggests a very
fitting and appropriate way of closing
the Sabbath day. It is hoped these
meetings will be well attended and
those young men be thus encouraged
in their good work.
The Post Master informs us that
during"?!^ iceefc he will take such
mutilated fractional currency, as he
;may think [genuine in payment of
stjimps and stamped envelopes.
The Floral Fair was largely at
tended I oth by visitors and exhibi
tors. The assortment of flowers was
the largest ever displayed in the
Fair Building. Wo hope the inter
est in'the above enterprise will con
tinue toUnercnfiO until our county
can boast t of producing the finest
plants in the State; Below wo give
the premium list.
Lui'gest collection hot house plants,
i\jrs T Kohlt; Hampton's picture
Best collection hot house plants,
M ts.'Bj?ntiekcr; 2 choice plants.
v^ccohd best, .Mrs W W Culler;
wall pot ki t (XIrace Darling.)
Best fancy leaf ..geraniums; Mrs W
\V Culler; Hamplun's picture (small.)
Host zonuio geranium, M?s Dot a
Lhrtigue; carnation pink.
Best double geranium, Miss Ida
Bryant; I lampion's picture (small.)
Best scented getan in in; Mrs S
Dibbh; Mesh colored pelargonium. '
Best pelargouium, iMrs I ion nek cr;
Best roses (cut (lowers,) Mrs An
drews; A C, wall pocket (cross).
Bist fuehias, Mrs John D Keitt;
I lampion's picture (small.)
Best pjinsies, Mra T Kohn; rose
Native wild (lowers, Mrs W S Barton;
Best cut flowers, Mrs Win .Snider;
Best calla lilly, Miss Annie Ciillor;
1 Bcs', rix begonia, Mrs W \V Cul
ler; varigftted pc'argohiiinii
Begonias, Mrs S Dibble; 2. Mower
Cactus, Mrs W A Mcroucy; vari
Single .geranium, P Gorlach; 2
Best arranged wild (lowers, Miss
Jane Sifllcy; I itch i a.
Cross of cut (lowers, Mrs W W
"Laigest collection vegetables, Mrs
W S Barton; transplanter.
Best vegetables Mrs D Louis; gar
den hoe and rake.
Best cabbage, Mrs W S Barton:
Best strawht rries, Mrs. JD Keitt;
Best lumps, Mis J M Byke; glass
Best Irish potatoes, Mrs W W Gui
le*! ; 2 flower pets.
SI'LICNI)ID roilTlt.UTS OF G.QJR
J)OX AM) VAXCJC?
We i\rc in receipt of two niar/fiifi
corit Line Engravings of the states
men w hose names head this article ?
They form part of a scries, embra
cing the portraits of the distinguished
Living Southern Stalesnim, which is
being publish j i by th.it leading
Southern House, our friends Walker,
Lvaus & Cp'yswell. They are truth
ful likenesses'?speaking imagsi of
the great originals, and execute 1 in
the highest styit! ?if eiigravi ng. They
arc both sp!mhd work i of art, and
destined hi take their places in tiio j
homos, ofour pe >ple, beside Stuart's
Wa.-l ie.ton ami other masterpie
ces. - :
The in a Ii I y, noble, generous features
of South Carolina's'friend, Gordon,
stands out as'if endued with life.
The fire of the undaunted grey eye,
the intellect of the massive brow,
the battle scarred cheek, all show
the gallant man who has led his peo
ple in war and in peace ?the promi
nent statesman who espoused tho
cause of Carolina;and in tho hour of
our trouble came nobly to our ass is
The Vance Portrait is a remarka
ble likeness,an artistic portrait, and
portrays to perfection' the cordial,
friendly, but decisive features of this
great mail of the pcoplo, who, pos
sessing the tciiderest sympathies in
the friend of every man, a giant intel
lect and is the leader and controller
of a great commonwealth. His as
sistance in Iho Hampton Campaign
enn never bo forgotten by tho pooplo
of Carolina. These two pictures
should be placed side by side with
that of Hampton.
Our enterprising friends, Walker,
Evans & Cogswell, arc publishing a
seri es of splendid Lino Engravings*
einbracingj.be distinguished Living
Southern Statesmen, and have now
on their list, Hampton, Gordon,
Vance, and B. If, Hill. Canvassing
Agents arc wanted in every town iu
South Carolina, to introduce these
works of art. Some of the many
patriots who are anxious to serve
their country, and cannot because
too many are likewise disposed, will
find a remunerative employment in
introducing these p irtruits Apply
ply to Walker, Evans A Cogswell,
Charleston, S. C.
Price, each Engraving; ?2.00.
W.U. OlLliOJlE SIMMS' MOM
j ME ST?
A lew years ago some of the ad
mirers and friends of the late Win.
Gil more Si ni ins, in Charleston, deter
mined to erect a monument of a be- I
fitting character over the grave of j
South Carolina's greatest novelist
and historian. An association was I
formed with the Hon. W. 1). Porter
as President. About S1,500 was
raised almost entirely in Charleston;
and it was determined that the
monument shott Id consist of a bronze
bust, surmounted on a granite pedes
tal. The granite in its rough state
was contributed h} a friend, without
charge, and the bust was made in
New York at a cost of about 81,000.
About$800 of this has been paid, and
there remains due about 8700, before
the bust can be obtained from J\'cw
York, where it now is. The granite
has to be worked up'in the proper
shape, and this it is supposed will
cost about 8800 more, making alto
get her 81,000. A t the Proas Assoeia
tton in Charleston hist week the
Hon. W. D. Porter came before the
Association and made an eloquent
and forcible appeal to ths members
of the "Tress, and through them to the
people to raise (hisadditional amount,
and let the good work be completed at
After bearing the remarks of Mr.
Pnr'cr, the matter was referred to a
com mit ice who undo the following
report, which W::s unanimously
Whereas, no man whom the Stale
ol' South Carolina has produced has
illustrated and adorned, to the same
extent, the life of a practical printer,
editor and literary man, devoted to
the history and civilization of our
people, as Win. Gihnorc Simms; and
whereas, a balance of 81,500 is need
ed to pay for a suitable monument of
granite and bronze, ordered by his
admirers and now awaiting payment
in New ^ orlc. Therefore
^ ltosolvvd, 'I liat this Association
calls upon every editor iu the State,
as aeon iniMcc of one, with authority
to associate others in the good work,
to raise at least fifty dollars in each
county of South Carolina.
Under lids resolution we would
respect fully request tho following
gentlemen to assist us in collecting
\vii bin the next 00 days fifty dollars
ill this county.
For Kiugstree?Mr. T. M. G?land.
For Iiidiantown?Col. Jas. MeCutch
For Cellar Swamp? Maj. J. B.
Fur Gourdiu's?J)r. Hi Henry.
For Sc rot ion??r. S. D. M. Byrd.
For Pudding Swamp?Mr. W. II.
For Johnson villo?Mr. J. W. Ivini
For Mack Mingo? Col. S. T. Cooper.
Surely, to the intelligent reader,
who knows the character of Win.
Gil more Shrimp we need not s*y any
tiling to commend his memory to the
favorable consideration of alb A
shin! 1 con tri bulibn from each of tho
sections named will be sufiieient to
make up tho required amount. The
money may be brought or scut to this
ollice, and it [will then be forthwith
forwarded to President Porter in
Charleston. Wo will receive contri
qutions also at our law office.
The "Baby's Best Fneudf is the 1
most appropriate tillc for Dr. Bull's
baby, syrup. It is absolutely free
from opium, morphia and other pow
erful agents, is perfectly safe and
relialdo, under all circumstances, and
by nllaying tho usual stomach an d
bowel disorders of babyhood keeps
the child from frettitig and crying, so
injurious to itself and annoying to all.
Frico 25 con Is.
? ??? ii ii.i- ? ? ? cao? i -
Dr. A. C. Dukks is giving
away a handsome book entitled
'?Pearls for tho People," containing
much valuable, information ami many
interesting articles. Jt also contains
a history of tho discovery of the
"Ilepatine;" for diseases of tho liver,
dysp'epsia, contispation and indiges
tion, ?Sre., and gives positive nssur
anco that when the Ilepatine is used
itcileclsri permanent and lasting cure
of thehi diseases, which prevail to
such an alarming extent in our
couMtry Take the Ilepatine for all
diseases of Clio liver.
APVlCtt GRATIS? a
The Hon. Aloxun ler II. Stevens
says:?"Tbc (.?lobe Flower Cough
Syrup has proven a most valuable
remedy to me."
Guv. 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
afford that satisfaction experienced
by me and mine. It excels every
thing for coughs, colds and obstinate
ICx-Gdv. Brown, of Ga.j says: "He
finds the Globe Flower Cough Syrup
a most excellent remedy."
Such i ndorsement by our great ami
good men deserves the attention of
the afflicted. Those suffering from
coiigh, colds .and lung affections
should 'Use the Globe Flower Cough
Syrup. It will positively euro con
For sale hv Dr. A. C. Dukes.
woNimiiFUL syevtiss -
It is rbpoi led that B?sclicc'? Ger
man Syrup has, since its introduc
tion in ibc United States, readied
the immense sale of 10,000 dozen per
year. < Over 0,0)0 Druggist have
ordered this nvcdituiVe direct from the
factory, at Woodbury, K. J.; and
not one r-.porlo I a .single failure,
but every letter spoaks of its ast Vn
ishing g^ucoess in curing severe
Coughsi Cdds sct?'ed ou ihc"Brc;iit,
Consumption, or any diseases of the
Throat, and Lung.*, We ad visa any
person thai has any predisposition to
wcakHj'-iiigs, to go to (heir Druggist*
-and gel this Medicine, or inquire*
about it. Regular size, 75 cents:
Sample Bottle, 10 cents. Two do
ses will rclicyc any case. Don't ne
glect your con b when you can get
the above remedy from Dr. A. C.
M.\i:itn:i? ? At tlic Re>idericcjof Mr?i M.
Bpmtcfi, by Key. J- *s- Mnydeiii Mr. W.
1>. Mott, of Marion Comity, S. C, lo Miss
Georgeaniia K. Bennett, of Orangeburg
W TC IHT SCHOOL.
Fur the liccommodal ion of Yoiuig MF.X
in business, who intiy cJcsire instruction in
Arithmetic', or ?heb othersUttjlica as their
mccltuuictii or mercantile pursuits may
recpiire, ilic stib.-oriber will (each ii limited
class. AT X It i IIT, at his Residence, coin*
ineiuing June ?ttlf.
Apple lii fni I- thi; dale to,
STd?KS ft MKLLICIIAMP.
any 1J ?t
Sale :?hd?r Mortgage
l'.y virtue of a Mortage below diwscrihcd,
1 w ill ouU on the twenty-first day of May
IS77. nt Onihgclturg Court I rouse, for cash,
On.- Hark Hay Horse, named "Prince."
Levied on as iiic property of V. TV
Linings ton under Mortgage Lxccutcd to F.
if. II. IdVlXGSTOX;
mnv 12 It
Sale Umlcr Mortgage
P.y virtue of a Mortgage below described,
1 will Fell, On the twenty-lirst day of .May
1877, at Orangeburg Court 1 louse, for cash,
One Hay Mare Mule.
Levied on :h the property of Uieliard
I'oii,' under Mortgage to V. V. S. Austin
and assigned lo W. L. \V. Hi lei*.
? W.11. juiXKlt,
mav P2 It
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAH0LINA*
by AFC. Ii; KXOWLTOX, Ksquire, .1 1\
Whereas, Geo. Holiver, C.'C. V. and O.
S. Imih made suit to me, lo grant to him
letters of Administration de boil is noil of
the I'.stale und edicts of Joseph Johnson,
late of said County deceased.
?4 These are therefore, lo cito and admonish
all and singular the kindred and Creditors
of the said Joseph .Johnson dee'd, that they
lie and appear, before nie, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Orangoburg. O. 1!.,
on ISth of June next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in Ihe forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the said
A ministration should not he granted.
Given under my Hand, this -Itli day of
Mav Anno Domini 1S77.
AUG, H. KNOWLTOX,
[t..S.] Judge of Probate.
may ? 3ta
i ii Iii i
1 raving just returned from tlio
various Markets aud Manufacturers
NORTH, 1 have now opened one of
the Largest anil Beit Assorted
S T O C K S
I ever had the pleasure of placing
before the public.
Spring* Prints & Shirting
New and Choice Styles
3 Cts Per ITard.
From the Lowest to the Finest and
iu tho ;
12 1-2 Cts Up.
In Large Quantities, from 5 cts up
ward, in the Newest and Prettiest
Of all Qualities in great Variety.
C necked Lawns
' The best value ever offered for
For Cents and Boys; I am offering
Cheaper than they cun be had in
New York, ? ,,
A large assortment iu Silk, Cam
brie and Ginghams, aud much Lower
than the same goods have been offered
Gents hall hose, Ladies and Misses
hose, all sizes, makes, qualities, light
and heavy, regular made goods?very
Ladie?, Missesand Children^ Hats,
Tri m in cd and Un tri in med in all the
Latest Styles and Shapes from 25
SSatS ("r men, Hats for Boys in
Straw, Wool, Felt, aud Latest
1 am now offering Gentlemen's
Made ofthebest Materials and War
ranted to give Satisfaction, at 90
Important to Ladies and
[Economy in Slioes,
Special attention is called to my
celebrated Dress and Walking Shoes,
which in Stylo and Workmanship,
f re Superior to any before sold at the
JVZlSSeS and Children's School
ami Dress Shoes are absolutely un
My Stock of Shoes "
the Largest and best Assorted in tho
Country, and throughout and thor
oughly Complete with evory detail of
J)on't delay but come and take
a look at my magnificent Spring;
READY MADE CLOTHING
Comprising tho very latest
iSTOj3 BY styles
And I will gnaranteo you can fiat)
just what will suit you in
PK ICE QUALITY AND STYLE.
It is useless for mo to go on enume
rating my Stock, but 1 invite tho
attention of /\ TT^ who wish to
Mny Conds to their Advantage to
call aud see inc.
TH EODOBE KOHN,
mar 24 tf