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Eureka Chapter No. 13. R.\ A.\ M.v
Will meet during the present Masonic year
at tho usual hours, the followin dates:
?April,. 27th, Mav 25th, Jone
2nd, August 24th, September 21st, October
19th, November Kith, i cccmbcr 14th.
S. DIBBLE, M. E. H. I?.
Gko. 'W. BncNsos, Sec.
Shibboleth Lodgo No. 28, A.\ FX M.-.?
Will meet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock,
from 1st Oct. to 1st April and at 8 o'clock
from 1st April to 1st October on the follow
ing date*, May 8th, June 5th, July 3d,
August 7th, .September 4th, October 2d,
November 6th, December, 4th.
JAS. P. 1ZLAR, W. M.
Geo. W. Bxitjnson, Sec.
may 29 1875 7m.
j .., . ? I. O. O. F.
.Edist? Lodge So- 88?Meets at Odd
Fellows Hall, every Friday evening at 8
o'clock, from 20th March to1 20th Sept. nnd
at 7J o'clock from 20th Sept. to 20th March.
. Ii F THOMPSON, N. G.
F. DkMAKS, Sec.
Rcbnrra Lodge?Meets 8 o'clock every
second Wednesday after sale day.
B F THOMPSON, N. G.
This body meets June 8, Sept. 7, Dec. 7.
Mayors Cooii, held whenever occasion
SONS OF TEMPER A NC'K.
Orangeburg Division No. 24, meets every
Monday evening in the basement of the
Y. M. 4D. A.?Booms on Bussel 1
Street next Mrs. SuioaUs' Millinery Store.
Hussinctts Meeting?Fourth Thursday in
each uionlli at 7 i\ >l. Prayer Meetings?
' M. GLQVEIt, President.
F R'DiDDLr? Secretary.
South Carolina Itnilrouu.
OFFICK llOCKS AT OHANOKnUKO OKl'oT.
From 8 oMok A. M. to 2J P. M. From
3} o'clock P. MftoSJ P. M.
Goods received and delivered only during
L O C A L
Tnx pnyers! the hour of work is
:?*ee notice of J. Wallace C>?nnon,
Jieceiver, published in to-day's isaue.
?Joiner's fine stallion died ou Wed
(iov. Hampton - will feel streugh
?tcntd by the election of Mr. Dibble.
Th? weather moderated -on Wed
Ht-nlay night in ternj?entlure.
i-r. W. B. Tread well, an expe
rienced dentist, is established over
?*he ?tore of Mr. Ezckicl. His work
H- good ami etan<(ti the lest of time.
Thanksgiving Lhiy was observed
there very appropriately. JiServiees
'wt're 'conducted by tiie vari ms de
(nominations at the Alciludist Church.
?fMorea all closed.
Our County, finance*, will b
straightened if Dibble givw to the
iLt giblature. Work fur him und vole
ifor hi in. ..
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'There will he a muss-meeting of
the Sunday-sclwol children at th.
Bnptist ?hiiroh to-morrow afternoon
at ,-4 <o'thick P. M. These meetings
are interesting and instructive, and
should be encouraged.
The old friends and customers of
the late E. Ezekiel, will be pleased to
learn that Mrs. Ezekiel has procured
the services of Mr. W. F. Robinson,
who .will continue tho w.itch and
jewelry business in all its braucbes,
and give general sattsfaeti m.
Gov. Hampton said the ladies did
nobler .service in the last Campaign
than the inkn: Polf ones of Ornn
geburg! follow up your gallant ef
forts of the past by urging your
husbands and brothers to work for
the olection ot*ffemUel Dibble to the
House of Bepresentatives.
This gentlemau has been holding
Court'here fof tho j past week. His
dignified bearing, quickness of de
cision, and wide comprehension of the
law, has made it a pleasure for our
lawyers to appear before him. Ue
is very popular and renders univer
sal satisfaction. Tho Mountain Cir
cuit should bo proud of a Judgo pos
sessing so many enviable qualities.
? Colored men ! show your apprecia
tion of worth by voting for S. Dibble
on the 30th.
We are pleaso I aud moro than
pleased to cull the attention of-out
voting community to the fact that
Mr. Churles B. Glover has been
nominutcd to fill the office of Judge
of Piobate for this county. It is
unnecessnry to do more than tell out
citizens that the election is ordorod
for June 5; And if any one can be
found better qualified to till this very
office, either as a lawyer, gentle:nan,
or business man, we are niixh'US to
hear his name. Turn out and let us
have G. 13. Glover Judge of Probate
tit the coming election.
On yesterday an order was taken
for the examination of Mr. K. A.
Wei ster iu his knowledge of the law.
Col. W. J DcTrovillo, (Japt. F. M.
Wunnamuker and M. I. Browning,
Esq., were appoi tied a Committee to
conduct the examination. Ad soon
however, as an opportunity presented
itself, v ol. DeTreville, f ir tho Co n
in i i tee, requested that they be ex
cused; said that if not oxetitod, Iu
and his friends would peremptorily
decline to servo. i'lie Co.trt ap.i.'j
eiated their feelings an I gi'ailU.l lu
request of Col. De Treville.
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The Sunday- School World fir May
appears in a neat cover, into which is
packed the usual number and'variety
ot valuable articles found in this
excellent Sunday-School monthly ?
Bev. Chus. S. Robinson, D. D., treats
of "Lesson Helps;" Rev. Ucorge E.
Post, Syria, of "The Fig Tree;" ?tcv.
Win. Ormiston, D D., sketches the
character of "Elishn;" Mrs. \V. F.
Crafts explains "The Kindergarten,1'
ns applied to Sunday-school . Rev.
Mosely H. Williams shows "How not
to keep scholars;1' Rev. Edwin W.
Lb e writes of "The Prophetic Books."
Added to those are Dr. John Hall's
Lessons, .Mrs. Ivnox's "Primary
alk.-;" Lessaud Applied; u Bib v
Concert Exeujfce, and the usual
Editorials, making an interesting,
varied and valuable amount of read
ing ior the ; ittiday school worker
which he Mould lind difficult to pro
cure elsewhere at three limes the cost
of 11 ov/d.
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T< > Til 12 VOTERS or
Oi'mri&i bu rv Count i
Tin- Couiity Executive 1 'oininiltcc
of the Demo<-r .tic Party, announce
to the people of Oruugehiirg County,
that ut a meeting of the Raid Horn
mittce held on Tue.vlar, May 22d.
1877. (it having been previous] v
decided m n joint, meeting of ih ?
Committee and ihn President-? of I h<
Towns! ip ? Inrw, that it was iinpra-ti
cable to call u Convention); Samuel
Dihb'e, Esq., was uiianiiuoudy nooii
uated a- n <??ndidate for I.'cpn*en tn
tive to fil1 the vacancy cause by the
refusa' of the House of Renroscntn
lives to seat D A. Stak er. Es*;
Mr. Dibble n<'cepted the nomina
tion, in the following letter :
OltANtiF.nURO, S. C .
May 22, 1877.
James F. ?zi.ar, Esq..
Chairman DetiKKU'atic Executive
Committee of Ornngebiirg Co. :
In reply to your Tavor of this date,
communicating my nomination as the
candidate for Representative at I he
election to take place on Wednesdav.
80th, inst.. permit me to return to the
Committee 1113' thanks for the honor
conferred by their choice.
In accepting the nomination, let
me assure them, that, if elected, it
will be my earnest ende-vor, ns a
Representative of tho people, ?0 sus
tain the principles and pledges upon
which Governor Hampton was elect
ed, and to exert my bumble abilities
to advance the best interests of the
County of Oraugol urg, and of our
We call upon all members of tho
Democratic Party, and upon all.oil 1*
fellow citizens, who are in la vor of
tho Administration of Governor
Hampton to yield a hearty support to
the nomination at tho ballot box on
Jas. F. Izl'.ii,
Ch'r Co. Ex. Com.
! F. A. ScitlFLEV, Secretary.
David ii. F?utz, Baltimore, Md:,
Dear Sir.?Your Shriuer's Indian
vermifuge is ready saio with us. Our
customers say it destroys and expels
worms effectually. We have sold all
we hnd. Bend us another supply at
once and ohlige, Carmmichael & De
Vnult, Ashville, N. C.
* Sold by Dr. A. C. Dukes.
Dr. A. C. Dukes is giving
away a ha'ndsomo hook entitled
"IVails for tho People," containing
much valuable information and many
interesting articles. It also contains
a history of tho discovery of the
"Ilcpalino;" for diseases of the liver,
dyspepsia, omitispatiou nnd indiges
tion, &C, and gives positive assur
ance that when the llepatinc is used
it effects a perinuaen* aud la-ting cure
of these diseases, which prevail to
;uch an alarming extent in our
country Take the Il-pntine for all
ilis? a-es of the liver.
ADVICK ?RA TIS -
The Hon Alexuii 1er H.Steven-?
says :?"The Globe Flower Cough
S rup has proven a most valuable
remedy to me."
Gov. James M. Smith, of Georgia,
says:?"I shall always use it with
perfect c mlhloncc, ami reco.nmcnd it
to the public as a remedy which will
afford that satisfaction experienced
by the and mine. Is excels every
thing for coughs, colds and obstinate
pjjt-Goy'. Brown, of Ga., says: "lie
(in.Is the Globe Flower Cough Syrup
a most excellent remedy."
Such endorsement by our great and
good men deserves the attention of
the alllietcd. Those suffering from
cough, colds , and lung affections
should use the Globo Flower Coujrh
Syrup. It will positively cure cou
s it in ptiou.
For safe by Dr. A. C. Dukes.
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SCAR VITT OF HOXEV?
Thcre is no doubt but the pesent
condition of all kinds of business aud
im'uslry 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
I and colds will prevail everywhere,
and consumption, with other throat
and lung diseases will carry off ruanv.
These diseases should not be neglect
ed. Doctors bills are expensive, and
we would advise our people to use
Bos-choc's German Syrup. It never
has failed. Cue bottle at 75 cents
will keep your iiole family well
during the winter. Two doses will
relieve any case. Sold in all towns in
the "United States, and by your Drug
gists, Dr. A. (', Dukes.
I'M i-:n?On the 18th mat., William Wat
son, only child'of James P. and Altnira
Walsh. Aged, one year, 8 months and lb*
If. W. K.
An Kl fetion for JUDGE OF PROBATF
will be held at the several polling precincts
in the County of Orangeburg on the 5th
day Orjutio next, to fill vacancy caused hy
reason of the resignation of R. Turner.
GEORGE HOLIVKR, C. C. P. & O. S.
W. J. l>i:TRiTRlVlLLK,
j. ?. i'IKK,
1-: . i c \ in,
Commissioners, of Election.
;n: v 2ti 2t
Ohanokuubo, S. C,
Mttv 2V.h !3~7.
The li inc. f??r trollecting'Town Taxes is
hereby extended to the l ">th ofJune 1H77.
Hy Order of the M ivor.
T. R. MA LONE,
Clerk of Council,
liiav 2ii St
NOTICE TO CLIENTS AMI
Partien and Witnesses to all cases in the
Co mill on Pleas are hereby informed that
on account of ihe number of criminal can. s
still remaining untried, cases set for trial
for Monday, will be called Thursday, those
for Tuesday, will be called Friday, and
those for Wednesday will ho calle i Satur
OLOVER & 0 LOVER,
H?TS?N & U UT^ON,
IZLAR & DIBBLE,
JAMES F. IZLAR)
W. n. WIIA LEY,
MALCOLM I. BROWNING,
W. J. Dk'PRRVHjLE,
KNOW I.TON & WANNA MAKER,
may 20 It
I will sell at the Store of Smith ?V: Co.,
Pine Grove Township, Orangeburg County,
on Friday Juno l*t 1877, at the risk of the
fomcr purchaser, the following property for
Lease of premises where Store, Gin
House and Cotton Screw now stands,
Leases of 40000 Terpr.ntine R?xe?, Ono
J. WALLACE CANNON, Receiver,
may 26 jj
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
OFFICE OP COURT OK GENERAL SESSIONS AND COMMON PLEAS.
To Commissioner* and Manayrs of Elections :
By direction of the Act of the General Assembly, I hereby notify you
severally to attend at the'Placo of Election, for which you are Manages on
Tuesday the 6th day of June next, open the Polls and hold an Election for
JUDGE OF PROBATE for Orangeburg County, to fill tho vacancy in
said Office caused by reason of the Resignation of R. Turner. It will be
your duty to attend as directed, and Open the Polls between tho same hours,
aud in other respects conduct the Election in the manner as is preaoribed
for the Election of either Branch of the General Assembly, and mako your
Return thereof to the Commissioners of Election a3 proscribed by Law.
In witness whereof. I have hereunto suOscribod my name aud affixed the 1
Seal of said Court at Urangoburg C. IL, this 25th day of May A, D. 1877.
[L.S.] GEORGE BOLIVER, C. C. P. aud G. S.
? iii ? i. mi i 11 in nrrrrti' mi ??[???i ?? MMW 11???a???1???????
Dr J. G, Wannamaker,
PHARMACIST cincl PROPRIETOR
ORNGEBURG DRUG HOUSE.
Who re enn always be found a Selected Stock of PURE CHEMICAL
Genuine Drugs, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, Combs and Brushes
Fancy and Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c.
Also Cutlery, Cigars and Tobacco.
Phyuciana' n?-"sjnjuions carefully compounded, by experienced hands
We give our undivided attention to tho DRUG U SS, aod foel
assured that we can make it to the advantage of our friends aud customers to
purchase from us. \v e have ju?t made an addition to our laige stock compri
>iug every article kepf in a FIRST CLASS DRUG HOUSE. Every arti
cle that leaves our House is Guaranteed to be ot bestquality aud sold at the
right price. A call from the public generally is solicited. Respectfully
BS9u NIGHT BELL promptly answered.
GEO. H. CORNELSON
? CHEAPEST STOCK
Ever offered in this Plncc.is now opening, consisting of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, GOOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE, WILLOW AND WrOODWARE, GLASS AND
(.?ROCKERY, CLOTHING, ETC,
Which will be sold at
DO WIST PRICES FOR CASH,'
An early examination is respectfully solicited, ami nothing charged fin
ish wing goods.
GEO. II? CORNELSON.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Tho undersigned respectfully informs the
Citizens of Orangeburg and elsewhere that |
he has lately located iu the Town of
Orangeburg at the Store of Messrs T.
Kohn it Uro., where he proposal to carry
on his business of
in all its brauche.-:. He solicits the patron
age of the public, and guarantees satisfac
tion in every case.
G. T. DkCHIAVETTE.
mav 26 lm.
By virtue of an Exemtion to nie directed
I will sell, at Store of Mrs. MeNamara, on
Russell Btrcct, in til Town and County of
Orungebnrg, now occupied hy Charles R.
Jones, as dealer in general merchandize, to
the highest bidder, for cash, on the 4th day
of June A. I>. 1877.
A'd that, certain Stock of floods in said
Store contained, consisting of Dry Ooods,
Groceries. Shoe>, I'aiiey goods Ac.
Li vied on as the property of Charles R.
Jones at the suit of V; W. Wagoner & Co.
.-? eritPstifliec j J. H LIVINGSTON
Orn ehurg County I S. U. C.
ay 1st 1877 " J
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NT! O LIT SCHOOL.
For the accommodation of Young MEN
in business, who may desire instruction in
Arithmetic, or such other studies as their
mechanical or' mercantile pursuits may
require, the subscriber will teach a limited
class. AT NIGHT;athis Residence, com
mencing June 4th
Applv hefoie this date to,
STILES ft MELLICH AM P.
mav 12 3t
HIE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
By AUG. R. KNOWLTON, Esquire, J P.
Whereas, Geo. Boliver, C. C. P. and G.
S. hallt made suit to me, to grant to him
letters of Administration de bouis non of
the Estate nnd effects of Joseph Johnson,
late of said County deceased.
Tncse are therefore to cite, and admonish
all and singular the kindred and Creditors
of the said Joseph Johnson dee'd, that they
be and appear, before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held ?l Orangeburg, C. II
on )8th of Juno next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, toshov
cause, if any they hnvc, why the said
Aministration should not be granted.
(iiven under my Hand, this lib day of
May Anno Domini 1877.
AUG. B. KNOWLTON,
[i.-s.] Judge of Probate.
may 5 3tn
The Two Story Building in tho Town of
Lcwisvillc. The first Story fitted up as a
Store, complete in all respects. The second
Story arranged fot a Residence.
For particulars apply to
nug. 5 t f
Wool E"ree of Burs
bought at best MARKET; RATES.
At the Store of
John A. Hamilton
Imnorter and Manufacturer
HARNESS & SADDLES.
IIa? the pleasure to inform the Public
that ho Iras Received a heavy Stock from
the North of every description what belongs
to a fnvt clam Saddlery Establishment.
Also wish to draw particular attention to
his Stock of *
LADIES RIDING SADDLES <
and his assortment of
Prices lower then evef.
Good Saddle* at $3.50.
VOCAL AND INSTRU
I am prepared to receive a few Pupils
more in Vocal and Instrumental Music.
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STATS OP SOUTH ?AR0LIN A
CONTY OP OllANOEnURO,
In tiik Common Pleap.
George Bolivcr, as Adm'r. Oon leak Amuxo
of Daivd F. Zeigler deceased,
Emma Eciglcr and others.
In pursuance of an order of reference
herein, nindeby his.Honor, Jacob P. Reed,
Circuit JinlgC) and dated 20th May, 1870, it
is ordered, that the Creditor*) of the Entate of
tho Into DaVid F. Zeigler do prewwt and
establish their several and respective de
mands before tho Referee at Orangeburg,
South Carolina, on orbeforo the third day o
May, 1877, or bo debarred any participation
in the benefits of the decree herein.
W. F: HUTSON,Rcf.
March 27lh 1877.
mar 31 8t
Having just returned fronf tfrc
various Markets and Manufacturer
NORTH, 1 have now opened one of
tho Largest and Best Assorted
I ever had the pleasure of placing
before the public.
Spring Prints & Shirting
New and Choice Styles
8 Ots Per "STard.
From the Lowest to the Fiaest and
in the ,
12 1-2 Cts Up.
In Large Quantities, from 5 cts up
ward, iu tho Newest and Prettieit
Of all Qualities in great Variety.
The best valuo over offered for
For Gents and Boys, I am offering
Cheaper than they can be had in
New York. ;
A largo assortment in Silk, Cam
brie and Ginghams, and much Lower
thnu the same goods have been offered
Gents lioIf hose, Ladies and Misses
hose, all sizes, makes, qualities, light
and heavy, regular made goods?very
L?dier, Misses and Children's Hats,
Trimmed und Untrimmed in all the
Latest Styles und Shapes from 25
ZXatiS f?r men. Hats for Boys in
Straw, Wool, Felt, and Latest
1 am now offering Gentlemen's
Mado of the best Materials and War*
ranted to givo Satisfaction, at 90
IrnpOI* taut **> Ladies and
Economy in. Shoes,
Special attention is called to my
celebrated Dress and Walking Shoes,
which in Style and Workmanship,
arc Superior to any before sold at the
XVIlSSeS and Children's School
nnd Dress Shoes are absolutely ua
My Stock of Shoes ?
the Lnrgcst and best Assorted in the
Country, and throughout and thor
oughly Complcto with every detail of
Don't delay hut oorae and take
a look at my magnificent' Spring
READY MADE CLOfflING
Comprising the very latest
NOB BY STYLES
And I will guarantee you can find
just what will suit you in
PIUCE QUALITY AND STYLE.
It is useless for me to go on enume
rating my Stock, but I invite, tho
attention of A TiT> who wish to
Buy Goods to their Advantage to
call and soc mo.
mar 21 tf