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Esrska ChopSc'r Ho. 13. R.\ A.*. M.*.?
Will meet during the present Masonic year
at the usual hour*, <he followin dates :
?April 2Tth;; Mav 25th, June
2nd, AuRUKt 24th September 2lnt, October
19th, November lfJtli, Leccinber 14th.
Si DIBBLE, M. E. II. P.
Gbo. W. B?unjbon, Sec.
Shiiktfettoidge No. 28, A.*. P.-. M.*.?
Vtitkl ?afe? e?ch Tuesday at 7 o'clock,
from lat Oct." to 1st April and at 8 o'clock
f ran U% April \o 1st October on the follow
ing date?, May 8th. June 5th, July 3d,
A*ugn*t'?th, HepUmbcr 4th, October 2d,
Hsvssnber 6th, December, 4th.
JA8. F. IZLAR, W. M.
iitfO. W. Brunson. Sec
May 49 f .1375 7m.
lb CO. F.
E?i?to Loigo No- 33.?Meets at Odd
Fellovi 0 H<ai, :?verr Friday evening at 8
?'elect, frbrn 20th.March to 20th Sept. and
at If) o'clock from 20th Sept. to 20th March.
B F THOMFSON, N. U.
MMMAwwauM F. DaMAItS, Sec.
RCwGera Lod?e?Meets 8 o'clock every
?ecftftd Wednesday after sale dav.
j IB V- THOMPSON, N. G.
This body metis June 8, Sept. 7, Dee. 7.
Ifayora Court, held whenever occasion
require*.' j "" ' 1 j_
SOXS OF TEMPEISAM'E.
OrirhgVibnrg Division "Nci. 24, meets every
Monday -evniinp in the basement of the
IT* MTu CV A.?Booms on Hassel i
?trcet next Mr*. Snmaks' Millinery Store.
ItiimtificM Meeting?Fourth Thursday in
?ach month at 7 v. m. Prayer Meetings?
Every Thursday Evening.
M. GLOVER, President.
F M.D1M1X.T,. Secretary. .
Somalia Carolina Hullroad.
office hutrss at oh a no Km: ko nur-oT.
From ?\o!clok- A. M. to 2J V. M. From
3J e'cliKiavNji. tooJ 1?. M.
flood? rbctlnd and delivered only during
? j* \ ? ?- -
Fine weather for soda water.
Probate Judge?C. B. Glover.
Gardens are suffering for rain.
Every thing is exceedingly dull in
ihii Burg at present.
?)(int forget the picnic next Tues
4 j Iii??> .?.'M?III ?
The weather has been very dry
Cfcttle 'King ban left for parts
?Fi.-hitig is nil the go these dull
Ttoey tease Buliver about support
ing Democrats fur office.
Hfok tVv. Mr. Cetsuiger wns in
?rrovoffice on .yesterday. He has been
teaching vocal music
IPRESB YTERtA N CHURCH?
Iii Consequence of repairs to this
church dlvlae.service will be r.eld on
and after to-morrow in the basement
The Chairman of the pio-nic Com?
mit tee 'Mr. J. J. Street is ueeing
everj^eapprtU-n to make every ono
happy next Tuesday.
**0?e learn from our best farmers
that the crop will f?lji short if Provi
dence does not bless us with rain
The Cl&fl&?ttluvers i ty had an ex
hibition on: Thursday \ ni^ht last;
distinguished gentleman were \re
^ Mr. J. P. Hurley has been cater
ing some very fine:rock fish during
thepttst^tcii .days ^ijrom> the. EdUto
some^rttienT\" weighing as* high as
tweij^|t|||uuds.J r '
A WANT SUPPLIED?
Mr. Jno. Ogren advertises in this
. issue that he is prepared to make
and do up mattresses on the shortest
notice. Mr. Ogrcn is a thorough
going man and we siucerly hope his
new enterprise will be appreciated by
Is badly needed for the 'crops, bu t
more particularly to put the pic-nic
grounds in good order, and ensuroa
cool, pleasant day for, Tuesday next.
Mr. E. T. Edwins is always on
baud at Fischer's, and ready to holp
his friends. Call at A ugU3t Fischer's
if you want fine goods of all descrip
Judge C. B. Glover will add dig
nity to the office to which ho was
elected on thn 5th. His modest
worth will shine out brightly through
Is going to be dull ?" pic nie day.
Surely our considcrute merchants
will allow their clerks to attend the
only piv-utv of the season.
Capt. Jno. A. Hamilton, as w 11 be
seen by his advertisement, has just
received a f ill supply of dclccacies
besides other articles needed by our
a rough joke?
L. H. Waunamaker's frieuils, to
tease him, said he supported E. A.
Webster for Probate Judge. It
woiries Law tun, and he will fight
shortly. He voted for 0. 13. Glover.
?-^ ? .^^m^? -
capt. jas. e. pal ar?
To his untiring energy and
devotion the Dcmoc:acy is due the
success, in a large part, of that party.
His efforts in aid of honest govern
ment should be appreciated by the
the committee os amuse
For the Union l ie nie is well
chustu, and is 1>ukv, night and duy,
concoctfusr schemes for entertaining
the little children, as well as grown
1 I i f%
Capt. Po.?t, the lightning rod man
is back again with his wagon, lad
ders, rods and points. As evory body
is acquainted with the C'nptaiu and
his ability as a lightning rod man it
is lifeless for us to say more in his
1 he Rose Bud .Society had an elec
tion of officers on Wednesday night
last The following gentlemen were
elected to serve for the ensuing year :
B. B. L-m^Presideut.
D. N. Smith?Vice Piesideut.
James A. Hamilton?Secretary
It was with much pleasure that we
greeted Dr. Thomas A. Elliott on
Tuesday last while riding through
Kussell Street. It has been sometime
sincothc Dr. was permitted to leave
his room, and we sincerely hopo he
will again be able to mingle with his
many fi ieods ns strong and Imle as of
Our friend Mr. Jno. Dinner un
fortunately i&growing tall, the wrong
way, but we guarantee that there is
not a man south that cm excel him
in selling goods. He con. bo found
at that most popular- storj of Mr.
Gjo. H. Cornelson, where he is sup
plied with everything the farmer,
mechanic, housewife, or any other
man wishes. Aside from joking, we
guarantee that Mr. D. will not allow
any one to leave tho above estab
lishment without being fully satis
fied with their purchases iu every
Oliver Hewitt, Esq., Grand Scribo
of tho G. D.' $ons pf Temperance of
South Carolina, died at his home in
Grahams, 8. C, on the night of tho
6th iust. Mr. Hewitt was a strong
friend of the order, and tho Division
will mourn his death. To his young
and estimable Widow wo offer our
- - ii j. - - ? -es in. -
SKRViCiifb Lpfi IliE BAPTIST
In. consequence of au accident to
the Methodist Church, there will he
no service at tliat Church'to-morrow.
The congregation will worship at the
Baptist Oiureh which has been kind
ly tendered them, nnd where services
will be hold morning and at night as
The firm of J. I? Pike & Co., will
toon be the leading firirt iu our town.
Bvsides a full slock of goods and a
targe run of customers, friend Mose
ley is also Well supplied with fun.
and no matter tyow crowded the store
is with buyers Iiis is bound to slip in
a joke with you occasionally. But
aside from all this wc hove never
heard of any ono complaining of high
prices at the above store.
The popular nnd enterprising firm
of J. Strauss tt.Co. is still in full
blast, and there is not a day, except
Sunday -but what you can hear tho
thundering hoisecf their rjce. heaters
and machinery. We do not believe
there is an establishment South that
runs a steadier business in their line,
such as rice .cleaning furnishing
meal and grist and supplying first
class building material. They can
liirViislVttn5*'"k"iiiI and quantity of
turning in. woud nt the shortest no
tice and on reasonable terms, dive
them a call and you'll find tho ab;>vo
to be facts.
Tht- Orangcburg Band is one of Or
ahgeburg's pets. Our'Democracy
never commenced to flourish until
wc got a Bund. It is constituted as
A. Berg, Vice-President.
C. M. Hurutn, Leader.
II. L. Jessen, IstEb Cornet.
H. Smoak, 2udEb Cornet.
P. W, Bull, IstBb Comet.
Kt,T..Edwiu8, 2ndBb Cornet.
W. H. Joiner, 1st Alto,
A. D. Cannon 1st Tenor.
L. S. Riekeubnkcr, 1st Baritone.
\V." Robinson,-Haas Drum.
T. W. Fenux; Snare Drum.
Joe Strauss, President.
j r. ii. c. 4<-+
The half hour Sunday afternoon
services inaugurated a few SabbiHhs
ago have been so well received by the
public that the members of the Asso
ciation are much encouraged by the
internst manifested in these meetings
nnd intend making them a permanen
There will be another meeting nt
their rooms to-moirow afternoon
commencing at half-past six o'clock
and closing at seven. It is hoped
that- the -'attendance which has been
so encouraging heretofore will ho
made more so by a still larger turn
,out in the future to this short Sab
bath evening service.
The regular weekly prayer meeting
of tho Association will bo held on
Thursday evenings as usual at half
pant eight o'clock.
Remember the time and place and
come and aid those young men by
your presence aud prayers iu tho
good work in ?hieb they are engaged.
In another column will bo found
the card of Dr. A. S, llydrick. It
hpeaks for itself and should at oucc
silence the tongues that wag too
much sometime, Dr. Hydrick is one
of our best citizens, and his conduct
has always been irreproachable. If
he wanted an office ho could get it;
but his profession^ which/, ' ho loves,
takes up all his time. Tlio circular;
that Capt. Izlar sent to each pre
cinct in the county, is a sufficient
evidence of the facts stated in Dr.
Hydriek's card, and' goes to show
that he was not a candidate We
had been requested by Dr. Hydrick
to make this announcement in last
week's issue, but ncglected.it..
Delinquent Tlii payers would do
well to interview the Town Treasurer
before the 16th ink A word to the
We are authorized by W. J. De
Trovllle,l2sq., the Cltiirm in of tha
Board of Commissioners of Election
and of tho Board of County Canvas-t
ors, to state that in the recent election
for Judge of Probate for, this County,
Mr. Charles B. Glover has' been
elected by a majority of 1124 votes
over all. This does not include
Zciglers poll which ha3 not been
heard from but which, we are iu:..
formed, has voted for Mr. Glover al
most to a man. This majority Is not
only highly complimentary to Mr.
Glover but is strongly indicative of
the good sense of the county, and
the evident desire on the part of our
people to elect to office men from
their midst who aro trisd auJ; well ??
known, and to tho "manner born,"
and to ignore the "carpet ba^ rule"
under which we have so long suffer
ed, and endured, and groaned. We
4fUsl-*heygnod work-may go-on?aud.
prosper. Wc wish Mr. Glover every
success in his" office. And rccognis;
him as the exponent of those honest
principle? which hnve been too long
to our sorrow and shame.
THE UNION PIC-NIC?
Ot the various Sunday
Schools of this place will be held at
Baxter's, about seven miles beloo the
town on the Hug of the S. C. R. It.
on Tuesday, 12th inst, (and not aC"
Col. Frederick's, as stated last week.)
The train will leave the depot at
half-past eight o'clock precisely. A
committee will be in waiting to re
ccive the baskets, which must be sent
to the depot by eight o'clock.
All persons sending baskets are
requested to have a tng with their
names on it, attached to each basket;
also to put iu tho baskets, knives
forks, spoons and tumblers or cups,
marking each article with their
names. Plates Vrill be furnished by
the Committee of Arrangements.
Especial pains will be taken to
mako the trip, going and coming, as
pleasant and safo as possible.
The arrangements .for the pic nic
are very complete, and the names of
the Committee arc a guarantee that
everything will be conducted so as to
insure a pleasant day to all partici
Mr. Ei S. Qriffiu is just the mau to
call on nt these dry times. He can
euro parched threats, cool hot stom
achs and make men feelgood gener
Dr. A. C. Dukes is giving
away a handsotno book entitled
"Pearls for tho People," containing
much valuable information and many
interesting articles, It iibu coutaiu-j
a history of tho discovery of the
"liepttlino;" for diseases of the liver,
dyspepsia, contispatiou nnd indiges
tion, &c, and gives positive assur
ance that when the Hepatiuo is used
it effects a permanent and lasting cure
of these diseases, which prevail to
such an alarming extent in our
country Take tho Hepatinc for all
diseases of the liver.
The Hon. Alexunder II. Stevens
says :?"The Globe Flower Cough j
S'rttp has proven a most valuable
remedy to tue."
Gov. Jnmes M. Smith, of Georgia,
says:?"I shall always use it with
perfect confidence, and recommend it
to the public as a remedy which will
alford that satisfaction experienced
by mc and mine. It excels every
thing for coughs, colds and ohslinatc
'"Ex^Gb'v. 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 nfHictcd. Those suffering from
cough, colds and lung affections
.should uso the Globe Flbwor Cough
Syrup. It will positively cure con
For sale bv Dr. A. 0. Dukes.
SCARCITY OF MOSEY?
There is no doubt but the pescht
condition of nil kinds of business nnd
industry is .fearfully depressed, and
it behooves every family to look care
fully to their expenses. Winter is
comiug on when children arc liable
to croup, whooping cough,etc. Cough
and colds will prevail everywhere,
and consumption, with other throat
aud lung diseases will carry o'f many.
These diseases should not be neglect
ed, -Doctors bills arc expensive, and
wc would advise our people to use
Bust-bee's German Syrup. It never
has failed. One bottle at 1~> cents
will keep your whole family well
during the winter. Two doses will
relieve any case. Sold iu nil towns in
the United States, attd by your Drug
gists, Dr. A. (?. Dukes. "
tdtt's M"F!THT> THE pills
TUTT'Sobb a ? * 1 ' PILLS
TgM words of Advice,Efts
TCTTfS'RKSnr.CTP.XITiT.fP offered uyiLLLS
TDTT'" W'i TUTTi M.D.. ihr many pjli.S
?i i't p?a years Demonstrator of Anatomy In t q
tue Medical College of Ucorgta.
Thirty yenW cxpcrleiicivln tlus?JH'2
T?ll s practice of ini-dirliic.tokvlhcrw-ith. PILLS
TOTT'Htineen year*' t?t or Tint's Pill?, PILLS
TUTT'S and Um thOHPninH of testimonials PILLS
TDTT'S Riven or their efllcaey. warrant me PILLS
TDTT's "I faylns that they will positively PILLS
TitTT'j euro nil illwascs that re?ult fromnniT.Ta
i}''','Jillsennc.l liver. Thev nro not rec- '2
iSSJ ii.uuitiml ftirnll Jit" Hhi thtrhtfitiet-^"7g ?
1 UTT s human in-. Inn for Ovsiiensln. Jnnn- j ili??
TUTT'S dive; Cniistli?atInn, I'lfrs.fsklii Dls- PILLS
TUTT'S e:isi't. lllllon* Colic. Kheimiatlsin, PILUS
TUTT's Palpitation of Iho Heart. Kidney PILLS
TDTT'S AllVciluiis, Feinnlet'oiiiplalntv Ac,, pjLLS
jrnTT'n "'1 of which result from a ilernntre- i.*t t j
t itt'i! Ine,lt 01' "IC Liver, tio medicine has Lii"j*2
?T,ii.i;4*v<',? proven so Mie<r??ntl ns 1>R.
TDTT's TPTT S VEOETAOLE LIVER fJH
TUTT's PILLS. PILLS
TtlTT's ?.: PILLS
TUTT'S ? tutt's pit.i.n : PILLS
TUTT'S I CURE SICK HKADACHE. j PILLS
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TUTT'8 : tutt's pills : PILLS
TUTT'S ? REQUIRE NO OnANGE OF : PILLS
TUTT'S ! DIET. : PILLS
TUTT'S =.: PILLS
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TUTT'S : tutt's piixs ? PILl.S
TUTT'S t ARE PURELY VEOETARLE.- PILL.S
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TUTT'S 5 NEVER GRIPF. Oil NA?SE- : PILLS
TUTT'S : rt\ ATK. fi : PILLS
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TUTT'S ?.: PILLS
TntT'H : THE DEMANO FOR TUTT'S: PILLS
TUTT'S -PILLS Id not confined to this: PILLS
TUTT'S -country, hnt extends lo all parts: PILLS
TUTT's -of the world. : PILLS
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TUTT'S -.-???-.mkimmm.: TILLS
TUTT'S : A OLKAnilRAD,elastic limbs,: PILT.9
TDTT'S icood digestion, sound ?leep,: pills
TUTT'S :buoyant spirits, fino appMlto,: PILLS
TUTT's -nr.o some of tbo results of tho^ PILLS
TUTT'S -nsd of TUTT'S PILl.S. : PILLS
TUTT'S j mmmm^^mi^mw^mmmmm,.1 pills
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TDTT'S j AS A FAMILY MEDICI KG : PILLS
TUTT'S -TOTT'S PILLS ARK TUE [ PILLS
TUTT's : REST?PERFECTLY HARM- j PILLS
TUTT's : i.es3. : PILLS
TUTT'S : i in iiiiiii min niiiiiiiin . : PILLS
TUTT'S, h?ggy'-l-=^rr- m ? -.?PILLS
TOTT's t SOLD EVERYWHERE. ? PILLS
TOTT'S ! PRICE, TWENTY-FIVE CTS.: PILLS
TOTT'S :.u.rtn.rrwwwtmw.?..: PILLS
TUTT's :. . r PILLS
TUTT's : PRINCIPAL OFFICE : PILLS
TUTT'S : 18 murray street, j PILLS
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This unrivaled preparation has per
formed Rome of the most astonishing:
cures that arc recorded in the annals of
history. Patients suffering for 3'ears from
the various diseases of the Lungs, after
trying different remedies, spending thou
sands of dollars in traveling and doctor
ing, have, by the use of a few bottles,
mtiijrely recovered.their health.
" WON'T 00 tO FLORIDA."
Now York, August 90,1073.
D6ar 81rt?Whon in Alken, last winter, I ucod your
Xzpeetorant for my oough, and realized more benefit
- from it than anything I over took. I am so well that
r will not go to Florida ttozt winter no I IntoAded.
Send mo one do-en bottles, by express, for 00mo
fflends. alfred cubit i no,
ICS West Thlrty-flrat Street.
- -. ' Boston, January 11.1874.
This oertlfloa that I have) reoommondad tho ussof
Dr.Tutt's Expeotorant for diseases of the lunge
for the past two years, and to my knowledge many
bottles havo been used by my patients with the hap
piest results. In two cases where it was thought con*
firmed oonoumpt Ion had taken place the Expantorans
effeoted ? euro. XI. H. 8PRAOUE, Xl.D.
" We oan not speak too highly ot Dr. Tutt's Ex*
poctomnt, ami for the aakp of suffering humanity
hop?, it ma/ bccom0 mor* generally known.**?Caan?
tiah Anvot'ATr. r
Sold by llrtiRrglsts. Price 91.00
may 2<> 1877 1 v
DK. II. F. MUCK EN FUSS
Dentist Kooins over Store of Mr. Goo. 11.
i<?t ? L'liafgca Kva^oxahle.
n w i
I GRAND OPENING i
1 O v'l
Having just returned from the
various Markets ami Manufacturers
NORTH, 1 have now-opened one of
the Largest and Bo3t Assorted f7
l ever had the pleasure^of^piaging
before the public.
?Spring Prints & SMrtin.g
New and Choice Styles
8 Cts Per. Yard, ?
_ ? ; ./. .-;Af.
From the Lowest to the Finest and
iu the I
12 1-2 Cts- Up.<,
In Large Quantities, from 5 cts up
ward, in the Newest and Prettiest
WHITE GOODS ,
Of all Qualities iu great Variety. *
The best value over offered^ for
20 Cents.- - - ? - - ??^m;i.f-iw.nwmw
Fur Gents and Boys, I am offering
Cheaper than they can be had in
New York. ? /;
A large assortment in Silk. Cam- j
brie and Ginghams, and much Lower,r._
lhati the stauiP goods lutvo-becfi-eilerci
Gents half hose, Ladies and Misses'
hose, all sizes, makes, qualities, light
and heavy, regular made goods?very
Ladie?, Missesand Child rim's Hats,
Trimmed anil Untrimmcd in all the
Latest Stylos and Shapes from 25,
XXatS '?cn, .Hats for Boys lu
Straw, Wool, Felt, aud Litest.
1 Am now offerings Gentlcrhen's
Made of the best Materials and War*
ranted to give Satisfaction, at 90
Smpor tant to Ladies and
Economy in Shoes?,
Special attention is called to my
celebrated Dross and Walking $15033,
which in Style and Workmanship,
ere Superior to'nny before sold at the
XVIiSSeS ftml Children's School
and Dress Shoes are absolutely un
My Stock of Shoes ?
the Largest and best Assorted iu tho
Country, and throughout and thor
oughly Complete wLh every detail of
a First-class ;
DOll't delay but come and fako
a look at my magnificent Spring
READY MADE CLQIJKNlGt
Comprising tho very latest "f
dNTOB BY STYLES
And I will guarantee you can find
just what will suit you in
PRICE QUALITY AND, ?yXLE.
It is useless for mo to go on enume
rating my Stock, but 1'ihvftA* the
attention of .A.XjJI' wuo w'9" lo
Buy Goods to their Advantage to
call aud sec me.
mar 21 tr'