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. Ettreka Chanter No. 18, A.'. M.v
Will meet during the present Masonic year
at the usual hours, the followin dates:
?April 27th, Mav 25th, June
2nd, August 24th, September 21st, October
19th, November lGth, December 14th.
S. DIBBLE, M. E. II. P.
Geo. W. Brunson, Sec.
Shibboleth Lodge No. 28, A.". P.\M-v
Will meat 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 dates, Mav 8th. June 6th, July 3d,
August 7th, September 4th, October 2d,
November 6th: December, 4th.
JAS. P. IZLAR, W. M.
Geo. W. Buunson, Sec.
may 20 1875 7m.
X. O. O. F.
. EdistO LotlgO No- 33,?Meets at Odd
FelloWB Hall, every Friday evening at 8
o'clock, from 20th March to *20th Sept. and
at 7i o'clock from 20th Sept. to 20th March.
JAMES P IZLAR N. G. Z
P. DeM ARS, Sec.
Rebecca Lodge?Meets 8 o'clock every
second Wednesday after sale day.
JAMES V IZLAR N. G.
This body meets June 8, Sept. 7, Dec. 7.
Mayors Court, held whenever occasion
SONS OF TEMPERANCE.
Orangeburg Division No. 24, meets every
Monday evening in the basement of the
Soutu Carolina Railroad.
OFFICE noons at orakqebukg depot.
From 8 o'clok A. M. to 21 P. M. From
3A o'clock P. M.to?l P. M.
Goods received and delivered only during
Y. ST. C Am?Rooms on Russull
Street next to W. K. Crook's Store.
Business Meeting?Fourth Thirrsday in
??ach month at 81 t?. m. Prayer Meetings?
Every Sunday afternoon sit U.l o'clock, for a
' half linnr only, and every Thursday even
ing at 81 o'clock.
MO'RTIMER GLOVER, President.
W; It. Thompson, Secretary.
What young man paid the quarter
for meeting the baby the other*' day ?
See notice of Dr. Legare in auoth
Mr. James S. 1 ley ward publishes
card in this issue.
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The weather for the pust week has
jitft been too hot to live. Fish und
other water inhabitants were about
the only animate bodies that .-itirvivctl
it with any degiee of comfort.
Be sure to intend the dime read
ings on Tuesday evening August Hist
at 8J o'clock at the basement of the
Presbyterian Church. The public
may expect a novelty.
Who ever brings us the largest
?watermelon this year will bo furn
ished the News asd Times for twelve
mouths gratis, the weights to be kept
by J. C. Pike & Co., and published.
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Ou^.. youug friend, Benj. Lee, the
.popular and suave assistant in Dr.
?Hyd rick's drug store, has gone on a
pleasure trip to old Edgeflcld. Wo
hope he will be well taken care of,
?and that he will return ere long to
the bosom of his mauy friends.
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TUE HAMPTON TAX?
Tho time for closing tho tax books
5s approaching fast. Those who havo
iio't paid, yet, should lose no time in
?allbig at the Treasurer's desk and
to>ake a practical demonstration ef
their patriotism. The Government is
needing the.-money, and wo adniouish
euv 'ftuends to pay up.
EIXE DENTAL WOliK? I
Toothache is the most annoying of
human miseries. No man nor wo
man iior'ehil.'I can see any peace with
?it. To aft afflicted with this misery
of miseries, we comtnend Dr. L. S.
Woltc. If he fails to ease a trouble
some tooth he can take it out without
the slighest pain.- - We speak from
. t'fttl^fltA. Fischer's if you want
line groceries, liqUot's, &c. Mr, W.
?fclj ' J$nr caters to Mr. Fischer's
grocery customers, and docs so with a
genuine old J time politeness that
always makes things pleasant, whilo
the inimitable stump speaker, Mr. E.
T. Edwins, presides over tho best
appoiuted saloon iu town. Call on A.
Fischer if you want bargains.
"Oh! Captain; oh! Captain 1 who
went fishing with us tho other day by
A nioetiug will commence in tho
Baptist Church on Saturday before
the third Sunday in August,and will
probably continue through the weo k,
including the fourth Sunday. Several
eminent divines from a distance are
expected to participate, and among
them Rev. J. K. Mcndenhall of
Greenville, whose reputation as a
pulpit orator is widely known.
Tho afternoon of the fourth Sab
bath will be devoted to a Mass meet
ing of the children, at which seyeral
addresses will be made.
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This popular and pleasant even
ing diversion has been in vogue in
Columbia, Camdcn and elsewhere for
some time, and has given much grati
fication. It is proposed that a dime
reading be held on Tuesday evening
the 8ist of August at tho base
ment of the Presbyterian Church, at
SJ I o'clock. Several gentlemen will
give selections from leading authors.
The readings arc under the uuspices,
and for the benefit of a Charitable
Society recently formed by several
young ladies of this place, whose
object is to do some beneficence when
a small iu ?d is raised. The Bin all
price of ten cents admission, ded cer
tainly of spending a pleasant evening,
will, we hope, biingout every one
who can possibly atteud.
THE STATE GRANGE?
We publish tho following official
notice fiom Thus. W. Ilolloway,
Secretary : "The members of the
State Crange and State Agricultural
and Mechanical Societies are respect
fully referred to the arrangement
with the different Railroad Compa
nies for a reduction of passage *o
Anderson, the sale of tickets com
mencing Monday, (Uh August, and
return within ten dnys from date upon
j which tickets may besohl, viz : From
Chitr l es t on to Anderson and return,
So 50, from Columbia to Anderson
and return 83 "*5. Intermediate
points about three cents per mile.
The Wilmington, Columbia and
Augusta* aud Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Hail roads, three cents
per mile. Atlanta aud Richmond
Air Line, full rates to poiut of desti
nation, Greenville, to bo returned
free upon certificate. From Walhal
la aud Greenville to Anderson, $1
for round trip.
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A FIRS'l CLASS SCHOOL FOR
OR AN G EB bit G?
Mr Stiles R. Mcllichamp has for
sometime been devoting his timo aud
energies to the prime work of estab
lishing a first class school fot boys
and girls in this place. At last he is
about to enter upon a successful
prosecution of his loug cherished ob
ject, as refereuce fx. his advertisoman t
j iu to-day's is-me will demonstrate.
Having joined a copartnership with
Mr. Hugo G. Sheridan, ho will short
ly make Orangeburg compare favor
ably in educational advantages for
our youth, with any other pa*t iu
To summarize, here ate some of the
advantages the now school havo to
commond it to the public:
1st The school will be under the
concurrent management of tho two
2nd. Special care will be taken to
make such arrangements and euforc c
su?h rules as will remove all fears
which may ho entertained by some
on the score of boys and girls being
educated at the same school.
3rd. Modern furniture and appli
ances will be introduced as aids to
discipline, instruction and comfort.
4th. Hugo G, Sheridau is a gradu
ate of the South CarolinaCollcgo, and
has had several years experience in
teaching in St. Matthews.
Gth. Stilos R. Mcllichamp Is a
grnduato of tho Charleston Collcgo,
and has had long experience iu
teaching iu the Charleston Marine
school, which J was broken up by the
war, iu St. Matthews, and in Orange
INDEPENDENT CITIZEN FIRE
This splendid and intollegent
colored Fire Company have succeed
ed in getting their building upon the
Jail lot, whore they will horeaftor
have an excellent location for their
Engine. They return spcacial thanks
to citizens for furnishing provisions
during the progress of the removal of
their building. Mr. Riggs furnished
rollers and bars; Mr. Strauss lumber;
Mr. U. M. Smith two days labor; and
with the assistance of members of the
Coin met got the building there with
out any expense.
Iu a word, the citizens nil acted
nobly in helping tho Independents,
and we trust that they will show
their appreciation of this kindness by
their good conduct. Mayor Boliver
contributed largely to the success of
While all the members of the
Company did their whole duty we
cnu not help to especialy notice tho
untiring enery and will of their
President Mr. Charles Thorn, who
never left the wheel until the build
ing wns to the spot. May this organiza
tion be so fortunate as to ever have a
resident like Thorn.
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"Burton, of the Dtstnum Time*.
wjut to the convention, and whilo
absent, his printer ussumed the chair
editorial. The consequence is, that
Burton had to apologize to tho chair
man of tho Democratic Executive
Committee, whom tho editor-priuter
This reminds us of Lieut. Derby,
the great wit, who took the editorial
chair of the San Diego Hcruld, in the
absence of the editor, and in three
days caused a civil war in the couuty,
and well nigh ruined the paper.
[CO MMUNI GATED]
Wee Sco from your Last weeks
isuc that you \ have imployd a very
enterprising young man as Lochal
Editor of your Enterprising paper
one who who know will give full Sat
.crsfacion we wish him much Success.
Small iarms make near neighbors;
they .make good roads; they make
plenty of good schools and churches;
there is more money mado in propor
tion to the labor; less labor is wanted;
everything is kept neat; less wages
have to bo paid for help; less time is
wasted; more is raised to tho acre;
besides, it is .tilled better; there is no
watching of hired help; the mind is
not kept in a Worry, stew and fret all
All Babies arc diminutive Cmsars,
since they come, they see, they con
quer, sometimes by their gentle still
ness but oftener by continued and
uproarious crying induced by Colic,
Teething, Flatulence, etc. Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup by its goutle yet specific
influence quiets the little oues with
out overproducing tho least injurious
effect Prico only 25 cents per
At a meeting of colored Rapubl i
enns hold jn Alexandria, a resolu
tion was adopted that the legislative
bodies of the United States of Ameri
ca, Congress included have devoted
too much time to wide-mouthed pro
fessions about the happiness and
prosperity of the dear people and too
little to the accomplishment of the
object of there professionals.
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In the Treasury Department, the
head of the bureau, an Ohio gentle
man, drinks a quart of buttermilk to
put him to sleep, every day at the
hour for effice seekers to call, and he
dozes during the interviewt
Mothers savo your children from
torture and death by using Shrinor's
Indian Vermifuge. It will destroy
and expel worms of every kind if used
according to the directions.
Sold by Dr. A. C. Dukes.
SCARCITY OF MONEY?
There is no doubt but the pesentl
condition of all kinds of business and
industry is tfbarfully depressod, and
it behooves every family to look care
fully to their expenses. Winter is
coming on when children aro 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 negloct
cd. Doctors bills are expensive, and
we would advise our people to use
Boscheo's German Syrup. It never
has failed. Ono bottle at 75 cents
will keep your whole family well
during the winter. Two doses wil
relieve any case. Sold in all towns in
the United States, and by your Drug
gists, Dr. A. 0. Dukes.
The Hon. Alexander II. Stevens
says :?"The Globe Flower Cough
Syrup 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
afford that satisfaction experienced
by me and mine. It excels every
thing for coughs, colds and obstinate
Ex-Gov. Brown, of Ga., says : "lie
finds the Globe Flower Cough Syrup
a most excellent remedy."
Such endorsement by our great and
good men deserves the attention of
the afflicted. Those suffering from
cough, colds and lung affections
should use the Globe Flower Cough
Syrup. It ?ill positively cure con- |
For sale by Dr. A. C. Dukes.
i Dr. A. C. Dukes is giving
away a handsome book entitled
"Pearls for the People," containing
much valuable information and many
interesting articles. It also contains
a history of tho discovery of tho
"Hepatinc;" for diseases of the liver,
dyspepsia, coutispation and indiges
tion, &c., and gives positive assur
ance that when the Ilcpatinc is used
it effects a permanent and lasting cure
of these diseases, which prevail to
such an alarming ex^gnt in our
country- Take the Hepatinc for all
diseases of the liver.
TRIBUTE OF KESPEGT.
At a regular meeting of Charity
Lodge, No. 02, ancient Free Massons,
held July 20th 1877, the following
preamble and resolutions were adop
\VriKRA8, it hath pleased the Sup
remo Architect of the Universe to re
move from our midst by a sudden dis
pensation our beloved and worthy
Brother Ernst us V. Shuler, and
while wo submit with becoming resig
nation to His inscrutable will, we feel
that wc have sustained a great loss,
that a dark shadow has fallen upon
our Lodge, and our hearts uro filled
with grief. Death has entered our
ranks and weakened tho chain by
which wc are united, man to man.
How often in this room have we taken
sweet counsel together on behalf of
suffering poverty, for the relief of dis
tress, the succor of the widow and
^orphan, aud the benofit of the craft.
But here wc shall meet him no more.
Tho seat of our Brother is vacant.
We mourn not as those who have no
hopo. Our beloved Brother has pass
ed through the valley and shadow of
death and wc trust has entered the
portals of a happy immortality. All
who knew him respected and esteem
ed him for his many virtuos. As a citt
zen, neighbor and friend, a galaxy of
amiable qualities cluster around his
character, ever ready as heroes to dis
charge the duties of life promptlyJahd
always fuiihful, kind, benevolent
and sincere. In his domestic relations
ho possed many excellencies worthy
of imitation, a devoted husband, an
indulgent parent, a dutiful son, and a
kind Brother. As a professor of re
ligin, he was humble, sincere and de
vout, aud was one of the most active
and zealous members of Antioch Bap
tist Church. As a Mason he was
warmly attached to our fraternity,
devoted to our p rinciples and acted
them out in his daily life. Therefore
Heaolvcd, That we deeply sytnpa
tb ize with the bereaved widow aud
family of our deceased Brother in
their irreparable loss.
lie solved, That the Lodgo room bo
clothed in mourning for thirty days,
aud the members of this Lodge be
requested to wear the usual badge of
mourning for thirty days.
licsolvcd, That a blank page in out
record book be inscribed with his
name and consecrated to his memory.
Resolved, That the Secretary of this
Lodgo scud a capy of these proceed
ings to tho widow and family of out
deceased Brother, also to the Urange
burg News and Tim fa, with a re
spectful roq uest for their publication.
D. W. C urn no, W.\ M.\
A. P. AviNciKit, Secretary.
The ST?RE occupied nt present by Dr.
A. 8; llvdrick. Apply to
MR8. ROSA OLIVKHOS.
jidy 7 3i?
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT
At a Regular Communication of
Livingston's Lodge No. 119, A.\ F,\
M.\, So. Ca., held at Livingston's
Mills, June 2d 1877, the following
preambles and resolutions were un
anomously adopted :
Wheras, The Grand Architect of
the Universe in tho mysterious and
All-wise dispensation of his Provi
dence has seen fit to call ''from labor
to refreshment" our worthy Brother
and companion, and while we humb
ly bow will) Christian reverence to j
the dictates of Infinite wisdom, wo
fain would express to the loss we
hive sustained and the sot-rows which
fill our hearts. Therefore.be it
Resolved, That in the death of
Brother 1). A. Jefcoat, this Lorlgc
has lost a trite ami worthy member,
ttto State an honorable eiti /.en and
the community a Christian neighbor.
Resolved, That our Lodge be drap
ed in mourning aud that our accus
tomed badge be worn for thirty days.
Resolved, That our heart-felt
sympathies be extended to his sbr
Resolved, That a page in our record
Book be insc-ibed to his memory.
Resolved, That a copy of these reso
lutions be fowarded to his Lenxtecil
family and that they be published in
the Orangcburg Nkws and Times.
G. \V. Daxnum.v,
H. F. Salt.icy,
List of unclaimed letters remaini ng
in Post Office at Orangeburg S. C.
July 21st 1877.
A?Mrs Eliza Anderson, Henry
B?U D Bonnette, Mrs Amanda
C?Mis Mamie Connor, care Kcv
1 O Connor, Frank Carson, Daniel
Cooper. Mrs, Mrs M IE Cope hind,
Nestor Curry, P CiHno
D?Mr Caroline Davis, A D Demp
snV| Mrs Caiolinc Dan baler, K>but
D? Mrs Margeret E/.ski el,
F-Sallie Ann Fehler
G?Smith Glover care D P Fogle
II?Mrs M ,A Howell, Romano
J?Mrs Sallie Johnson, Joseph W
Joiner, Miss Fauuio Jennings, *
I?M F It-en u
R?Eil ward B Rush
S?A W Smoke, C J Stroman, Da
vid Sal Icy
U? R A Ul mcr
fty virtue of an Executions to me
directed, I will sell to tin; highest ladder, at
Orangcburg C. II. on the first Monday in
Aug. next, .for cash, ?11 the Rights, Title
and Interests of the Defendants in the fol
lowing property, to wit:
All that tract of land iu QrangoOurg
County, Pine Grove Town-hip, containing
two hundred acres innren- less, and boun
ded on thi' sont!iwest bv lauds of D. J,
Zoigler, South by lands of Est. of Watt, N.
E bv land's of K J Carson, and North by
lands formerly of Dr TJ Goodwin and now
daiincil by J M Crosswell
Levied on as tin; property of Win S ,
Thompson at the suit of Jacob Mevers
S. erilPa Office ) J. II I.I V1 N'OSTOX
Orau eb'ttrg Countv [ S. 0. C.
July 2 1st 1877 " J
july HI lit.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
() it a no k mum CoiiXTY,
Ry C. II. GLOVKRj Esquire, j P
Whereas John I> Stroman hath
made suit to me, to grant
to him letters of Administration of the
K-tate and efteets| of M G Stroman
Those arc therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors
of the said M (j Stroman. deceased, that
tIn*v lie and appear, before me. in the Court
of )Vnh ii'\ to Im> held at Orangcburg C. II.
on (lie3d 'lay of August! 1877, after public?
tioidhercof, at at II o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cause, if any they have, why tho
said Administration should not he granted.
?*..Given under m> hand, this Itsth day of
Julv, Anno Domini 1S77.
0 I) GLOVER
[t.,s"] Judge of Probate
Julv 21 2t
Dr. L. S. Wolfe can be found at hisoflico
over Kzekiel's Store where he is prepared
to execute work on the most improved
style?, r.t short notice and at reasonable
prices- All work guaranteed.
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ABI Ali LATHROP,
ATTOKNF.Y AT hAW,
O i'hTi gQlyiirg, S- C
fr-ar" Office in rear of Masonic Hall.
Ma ch 3 lv. ,
HOfSSE AND CATTLE POWDERS,
1 coro or provont DInoaso.
No Tinas? will dlo of Coue. Porrs or Lxmo Fa
Vkr, It Koutz's Powders uro used In time.
1 Foutz'a Powders wUl prevent GAi'xa in Fowl, ca
FonliM Powders will tncroano tho quantity of mlllc
Tail cream twenty per cent., und nmko U>3 batter fimi
Fount's rowflors will euro or provont turnout KVBllY
Diseasb that lloreca and Cattlo aro heir to.
fotttz'b powdkbs VOLOttl BaTIBTAOCTOS,
J3AVXD H. rOTTTZ. Fmprtetor.Y
I!AJjTIM OHE, jtf A/
Sold by Dr. A. C, DUKES,
may ID 1S77
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
By C. B. GLOYER; Esquire, J. P
Wliernjis, Mary A 'f'- Glcaton hallt
made suit to ine, to grant to her
lottern of Administration of. tho Estate '
and effects of William Judy, deceased.
These are therefore to cite ipid admonish
all and singular' the kindred and Creditors
of the said William Judy dee'd, that they
be and appear, before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Orangeburg, C. II.;
on 30lh of July next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the' said
Aministration should not he granted. . %
Given under my Hand, this l'ith day of
July Anno Domini 1877.
CHARLES 1J. GLOVER.
[l,.s.] Judge of Probate.
july 21 ?> lit.
Having established myself in rear of the
Baptist Church Lot, I offer my
services as Trial Justice to the public. Alt
business attented to prompt! v
J. FELDER MEYERS,
.' Trial Justice.
OFFICE OF (JO. COMMISSIONER'S,
Ora'nobruRO, July 2d 1877.
Whereas, it has come within the know
ledge of the Hoard of the County Commis
sioners, that there are certain County
Cheeks as well as Jiiiy Tickets in circula
tion which have already hern paid by
former Comity Treasurer. Therefore be it,
Jicmtcal, That the.County Treasurer bo
notitied by this Hoard not to payanyConnty
Cheeks or lurot Tickets, unless the same be
lir?t examined by the Hoard and Endorsed
by the Clerk of this Board. Tho Board
adjourned to meet again July lGth 1877.
E. T. R. SMOAIC,
Chairman of Board of Co. Com.'s
july 7 4t
OFFICE OF CO..COMMISSIONERS,
0kano Knuoo County.
Orangeburg, S. C.j July 2d 18;?.
Notice is hereby given,* that on add after
this date the County Commissioners will
not be responsible for any damage to any
one crossing the following Bridges namely t
Eour Hole Swamp Bridges on Five Chop
Road, Half Way Swamp Bridges ort H?ges
Read and Shillings Bridge over North
ICtlirto Uiver, until the same can bo
By Order of the Board;
GEU. BO LIVER,
Clerk of Board,
july 7 3t
The Undersigned have this day fpriYted A
copartnership for the praoticc of law in the
County of Ornngeburg, under the tirmc
name of DeTreVille & ireywaVd: ' Office
opposite Court House.
W> j. DeTREYILLE,
juii 1(1 3t
The undersigned respectfully, in forms the
Citizens of the Town ami Connty^hat he is
irepared to do up and' make M!attre!?es on
the shortest notice. Also will conduct an
Upholstery business. Prices will be as loxr
i possible. Orders solicited.
The Daniel Pratt Gin Co.
OF PR ATTS VI LLE ALA?
Are manufacturing the Celebrated
"Daniel Pratt Cotton Gins" with Revolv
ing Heads and an adjustable seed board,
which are improvements patented by them
in .Inly 1873.
Any ordinary,plantation hand can feed
these Gins, and they will turn out more lint
in the same time than any other Gin, and
by. the u*c of the adjustable g'eed board,
which can he adpistcd while the Gin Is
running, they can be made to pick the
?ced much cleaner than any oilier Gin.'XfcjFI
Tho experience of every planter who has
u.-cd them, shows that these Gins will.not
choke, nor can the roll he broken bv feed
ing it altogether in the center or at the ends
of the cotton box.
We are prepared to prove by many let
ters in our office,,written by parties who
have used these Gins lor the past four sea
sons, that our convictions of the wonderfully
increased effectiveness and value of tlia Re
volving Head Gin has been correct, and we
are confident wc can, without fear or denial
claim, (hat no other Gins can compete with
it in quality, capacity, or advantages of any
Parties wanting our Gins can apply to
J. C. Pike & Co., Orangeburg C. H., ?. C,
K. P. Mnvs, Maysvi'lo, S. C. Dr. J. M.
Munter, Timmonsviile.S. C. J. O.McLucan
Marion C. If. $. C.
Who are our agents for the sale of our
Gins and sell at our prices.
DANIEL Pit ATT GIN CO.
June 12tU187T .
June 2.1 4m
DR. B. F. MUCKENFUSS
Dentist Rooms over Store of Mr. Oeo, H.
fi@T Charges Reasonable.
A line ''Grade Merino Buck" 3 years old
took 2nd Premium at tho County fair in 1875
Sheared lbs. wool this spring. Prioo
$10. For further partioulars enquire at
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