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Eureka Chapter No. 13. R>. A.'., M.v
Will meet during the present Masonic yenr
at the Ilmtal hours, the followin datea :
?April 27th, Mav 25th, Jane
2nd, August 24th, September 2lRt, October
19th, November lGth, December 14th.
8. DIBRLE, M. K. H. P.
Qko. W. Bmjnson, Sec.
Shibboleth Lodgo No. 28, A.'. P.*. Hi.*.?
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 datep, May 8th. June 8th, July 3d,
August 7th, September 4th, October 2d,
Kovcmbcr Ctb, December, 4th.
JAS. F. IZLAR, W. M.
GKO. W. buun80x, Sec.
mav 29 1S75 7in.
Z. O. O. P.
Edlsto Lodge No- 33,?Mccta at Odd
Fellows" Hall, every Fridav evening at 8
o'clock, from 20th March to*20th Sept. nnd
nt 7J o'clock from 20th Sept. to 20th March.
JAMES F IZLAK N, ?.
F. DkMARS, Sec.
Rebocca Lodge?Meets 8 o'clock every
second Wednesday nfter sole dav.
JAMES K IZLAR N. O.
ThU body meets June 8, Sept. 7, Dec. 7.
Mayors Court, held whenever occasion
SONS OF TEMPERANCE.
Orangcburg Division No. 24, meets every
Monday evening in the basement of the
South Carolina Railroad.
or Fi of. nouns at okanukduho depot.
From 8 o'clok A. M. to 2} P. M. From
3J o'clock P. M.to5J P. M.
Goods received and delivered only during
Y. ?ff. Cm A.?Rooms on Russell
Street next to W. K- Crook's Store.
Business Meeting?Fourth Thursday in
each month .At 84 i\ m. Prayer Meetings?
Every Sunday afternoon at UA o'clock, for a
half hour only, and every Thursday even
ing at 8j o'clock.
MORTIMER GLOVER, President.
W. B. Thompson, Secretary.
?Z!nd-pendent Young Amern?? Fire En
gine Company?Regular Parade?Tuesday
afternoon after first Monday in each month.
Regular Meeting--At Company Hall
Wednesday evening after firi?t Monday in
j. V HEIDTM AN, Secretary..
Kilisto Rifles?Regular Parade?Tuesday
afternoon after scenm! Monday in January,
April, July, October.
Regular Meetings?-Santo evening of pa
Companv Drill?Tuesday evening after
t>eco*nd Monday in each mouth.
F. S. DIBBLE, Secretary.
rl o c i..
The parties who have been making
it a practice to loaf papers, from this
?nflicc must positively stop it. They
make, it their business to come bore
?every Friday night and ask in tho
ctaiue of others for papers. They
get them, and when the rightful
parties come they claim that their
papersjare theirs, and they want them.
Now we give warning, that the next
person that comes hero and loafs a
paper in the name of another will be
indicted fur obtaining good under
In consequence ot not having re
ceived our paper for this issue until
a late hour, our readers must over
look the absence of the usual amount
o! local and editorial matter.
Nights cooler lately.
Business still dull.
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Strike about ended at the North.
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Boys, have you paid up yet ?
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That is a most wretched form no
which is without tin enemy.
Envy shootcth at others and
The re?cnt rains have improved
cotton and young corn wonderfully.
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Crowds of turnips planted during
the week closing.
Fish not so plentiful as they were
awhile ago/-- Cause?Nearly all been
The Hon. W.'il. Rocdish nnd Dr.
Oj JI. Ott, of Branchvilto, were in
town on Tuesday last.
Who evor brings us the largest
watcrmcloti this year will bo furn
ished tho Nkws and Timks for twelve
months gratis, the weights to be kept
by J. C. Pike & Co., nnd published.
Mr. Gorlach laid upon our table
on the 28th of July a fully matured
Horses and mules caught on the
streets will all be taken up hereafter.
See public notice. ?
Wo have had somo glourious rains
during tho week, which coolod the
Maj. Pou is an unassuming gentle
man, but in the matter of competing
with his grocery brothers he is per
Mr. Hayne Joiner is one of the best
and ni03t careful of deputy Sheriffs.
Ho attends strictly to his own busi
ness nnjl allows other people to do the
same. Long may he wave.
Mr Henry Rickenbaker will please
accept tho thanks of our office for a
couple of fine wntci melons; and Mr
W. F. Phillips for a number of the
largest and tin est peaches wo have
seen this season.
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We arc requested by I,. Tf.: Wannn
maker, Orderly Sergeant of the
Edisto Bifles, to say that there will
be drill and dress parade of the
Company on Tuesday afternoon
,14th instant, at 5 o'clock, on the
j grceu in rear of Kiggs' shop.
Mr. John Schachte is fetill at
Doyle's old stand, dealing out cheap
bargains to his customers. His gro
ceries are always fresh and for sale
cheap. Those who have but little
i money and want a large return for it
I would do well to call on Schachte.
Our old ventcrnu, Moses Brown,
informs us that ho has reduced his
price of shaving to ten cents. He
does this on account of the hard times.
Moses never fails to give satisfaction
to those who patronize him. And as
for ueatness and cleauliness he has no
A very succoj^iVil picuic was ncl(l
some eight, miles from here on Thurs
day hist at Pino Grove Academy.
An abuu lance of good things for the
inner man was there and well did
the good people present enjoy them
selves. The occasion was spiced
with a variety ef speeches.
The Liberia fever is not making
much headway in this couuty. Out
colored friends are satisfied with
things us they are, and have wisely
concluded that it is be*t for them
to remain and add on to what
they already have than to go
elsewhere and start life afresh under
Dr. W. S. Barton, will please ac
ccpt our grateful thank* for a parcel
of delicious peaches, some of them
being perfect twins in formation, and
of unusual size, The Doctor is one
our best agriculturalist, understand
ing both the theory aud the practice
of farming, and it is not surprising to
see tliat he comprehend sfruitculture
also. Thanks Doctor.
That bright particular star in the
legal firmament of Orange burg. M.
I. Browning,Esq., is gone again, this1
time to spend a month or so up in
the mountains. Were be single >vc j
should accuse him of a weakness of
the heart, but , as on the contrary , he
is a staid old Benedict we must
think that he is moving about f<>r his
health and that of his amiable family.
Let him have all the pleasure he
wants, say his numerous friends.
IMPORTANT TO FARMERS?
Dr. Wannamuker informs us that
he has a' never failing remedy for
hog cholera, which he is offering on
very rensonable terms. Besides this
most important article he has
nnd constantly keeps on hand a full
supply of the best and purest medi
cines manufactured. Iu fact
the Doctor never fails to keep up
with all the latest improvement'] iu
Iris line. His prices are reasonable,
and he never fails to give satisfaction
'Sec advertisement of Glee Club in
To day a week age- r, dttlo colored
girl, named Sally, in the employ of
Mr. John Dann er, was badly kicked
by a mule.
Mnj. A. B. Kuowltou loft our
midst a few days since on a visit to
his relatives in Wisconsin. He has
not been enjoying good health for a
long time, and we hope that tho cool
bracing air of tho North mayinvigor
ate and strengthen him. He
will return in a month or so; moan
time we wish for him health and hap
Elsewhere in our columns will bo
noticed an invitation extended to the
citizens of Orangebnrg County and
County scat to attend a reunion of
graduates ami students of Newberry
College. Rov; Prof. Geo. W. Hol
land, Vice President of that institu
tion, will be present, together with a
number of other clergy nnd 3evcr.nl
addresses will be made. Mr, Stoudc
mcycr, recent graduate of the Col
lege, will deliver tho oration.
We were ' presented during the
week with one watermelon weighing
394 lbs., and one musk melon weigh
ing 19 lbs. Mr. P. W. Bull was the
gracious donor and shall have his
copy of tho News and Times for one
year unless somebody else outstrips
him in tho melon line. Besides those
he furnished us he had seventy-five
or more of huge proportions. Mr,
Bull purchased his supply of Mr.
Hess Andrews, a wido-awake farmer
of this County. But it is not only
in the melon line that Mr. Bull sur
passes many of his competitors. In
groceries and other things for the
people he offers the very best of
The young ladies are preparing for
a floral scene which will come off on
the night of the 30th inst., wo think
at the Fnir Building, application
having been made to the Commiss
ioners for its use. The scene promises
to be one of the handsomest ever pre
j sen led here in tableaux vivant; and
will embrace eleven or more of
Flora's fairest flower queens, assisted
by a troupe of tiny heather-bell, in
all, some forty to complete tho dis
play. Each of the flowers will con
tend for the crown, until a woodland
Recluse decides who is to be queen.
Then a herald announces tho choice,
a court retinue escorts the queen,
and she is crowned. Flora then ad
dresses the Dew quoen, and the forty
Bing her praises. A court jester
will be always among the flowers, and
and use his liberty to mako sport at
will. The scene will be represented
in a grove; music will accompany
every phase of the presentation,
which, to complete its effect, will will
bo produced in two well arranged
pans. 1 be you?g ladies meet twice
a week for practice.
IIAMPTOS GARDES CALENDAR?
We are in receipt of this paper
gotten up by F. W. Wagoner & Co.
These gentlemen nie enterprising
merchants and address their friends
as follows :
Within a few weeks the cot ton sea
son will agaiu (.pen', nnd in present
ing ?bis, our annual Circular, we
would respectfully ask to return our
sincere ? batik-! lor tho liberal patron
age bestowed upon us iu the past, and
trust that the same confidence will
be continued for the future.
We have Cotton Warehouses that
will easily store Three Thonsand
Bales, entirely protecting it from tho
weather, und from stcalagc that
might occur if otherwise stored. Our
charges shall be moderate, and hav
ing ample facilities for doing business,
with an experienced force, we feel
confident that, for shipments our
friends may make, we can, from faith
ful attention and prompt returns,
render satisfactory sales.
In connection with our Cotton
business, wo bog to call your attention
to our extensive Grocery aud Liquor
Stock, for which in quality and price
wo enn compote with any Mouse in
the United State*.' Wo havo a full
supply of Bagging, and nro Agon ts
for tho celebrated D.ivis Hock Tie,
which is equal to, if not superior to,
any other Tie olfcrod.
When you visit the city wc shall
be ghid to havo you examine our
stock, nnd whether ynx buy or not,
we shall be pleased to c.vtcnd to you
the courtesies of our ofiicc.
Mr. Henry Wagoner, whos?i long
experience in the trade, and who had
charge of our Cotton business the
past year, will continue us it-? supirin
teudent, under our immediate super
Ca pi; T. A. Jeffords represents the
above (inn nud will be glad to take
any orders our citizens, may desire to
forward to the popular; House of F
W. Wagen er &. Co.
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fc'tliftir Ormi'/' Lur'/ iVeirs tttoi Tithes :
August 10th, 1*77*
Who is th it fellow ''.Many frien Is"
Who is be .striking at? Who did lie
go to sehool to? Wh it, diction irv
did be study? What, gram mar did lie
lehrn out of? Why i.s it that liu
doesn't publish a new dictionary ?
Why i.s it that Lli * in linger of
this paper dnsu't look up such a
youth as 'Many friend 4" an I Ittr * J
him us 'Local Kditor ?" I am boh
lidont it wmil 1 increase the sub
scription list of your paper. I d n 't
think .M. Fi is any common man. He
is. what I wou'd ca'l, a "s 'oner" fel
low. (The most of your readers
know what ' sooner*' in m*h.) H'.iy
that fellow has a mind ctpi.ii to that
of Daniel Chniubctloin. 1 wouldn't
be surprised if his sense has not driv
en nil the hair oil' of his head : it
wouldn't siippriso fnc the least bit. if
such turns out to bo the case. Mr.
Editor, I wouul say to M. F.: try
once more, if you don't succeed, try,
try again. "Loinl Kditor"
P. S. I think the following quota
tion would be applicable to my
Where ignorance is bliss,
'Tis folly to be Wise. L. C.
F n claimed letters lemuiuiniiig in
Post Office up to July 28:
Ci W Bunan & Co.
John Co win.
Miss Liza Duuhar.
C D Far tar.
Miss Alish Felder.
Mis Rosa F Fludd.
Anna G ihlsnn.
Miss Maggie Jukes.
> Ida McLclvia.
Sophie Puulling, (care Cajsar Ilcat
J L Stribling.
Miss Laura Shaler.
II E Snllcy.
The Colossal Bronze Statue of
Victory which stands in the Purk, at
Lowell, before tho tomb of the first
soldiers that fell in the revolution, i.s
a lusting and beautiful tribute of art
It is one of tho first objects sought by
strangers visiting our sister city, which
indeed ninny visit purposely to sec
this elegant object of high art. It was
obtained from the F.ing of Bavaria
by Dr. J. C. Ayer, to whom his Majes
ty was especially gracious in acknow
ledgment- of what bis remedies are
reputed to have done for the sull r
iug sick. It was donated by the
Doctor to 1 lie City of Lowid 1 as a
permanent nnd speuking emblem of
the victories both of Science and
Arms-?fJui/crstotrn (.!/</.) /Vim*.
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To Mothers:?Should tho Baby be
siiffering with any of the disordors of
Babyhood use Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup
at once for the troub'e. 2.") ccuts per
Dr. A. C. Dukix is giving
away a bnndsomo book entitled
"Pearls for the People," containing
much valuable information aud many
interesting articles. It also contains
a history of tho djscovcry of the
"Ilepntinc;" for diseases of the liver,
dyspepsia, conttspation nnd indiges
tion, Ac, and gives positive assur
ance that when the Ilepatinc by used
it effects a permanent and la-ding euro
of these diseases, which prevail to
such nu alarming extent in our
country. Take the Ilepatinc for all
diseases of tho liver.
Scarlet Fever kills Children, and
so doi worm*. Shrncr's Indian
Vermifuge will destroy and expel
worms wherever they exist iu the
Sold by Dr. A. C. Dukes.
WON I) Ell FUL S UCCESS?
It is repotted that Boscheo'a Ger
man Syrup has, since its introduc
tion in the United States, reached
the immense .?nie of 40,000 dozen per
year. Over 0,0)0 Druggist have
ordered this medicine direct from the
Factory, at W-mdhury, K. J.; und
not one bus rc-porte 1 a single failure,
but every letter speaks of its n-t n
i.-hing success in curing severe
Coughs, Colds settled on the Brea-tt,
Consumption, or any disease of the
Throat nod Lungs, \Vij advise any
person that has any predisp isitioti to
weak L'tngM, to go to their Druggwti
-and get this Medicine, or inquire
about it. Regular size, 7") cents:
Sample Mottle, 10 cents. Two do
>cs will relieve any case. D.m't mi
gleet your cou b when you can get
the above remedy front Dr. A. C
.i bvicE (jn.ir/s- "~
The Mou Alexun lor II. Steven*
says :?"The Globe Flower Cough
Syrup bus proven a most valuable
remedy to me."
(luv. James M; Smith, of Georgia,
says:?"I shall always use it with
perfect c uifidcncc, and roeo.nmen 1 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
l u ng a flect ions."
10.\-Goy! Brown, of G i., says: "lie
fimls the Globe Flower Cough Syrup
a most excellent remedy."
Such endorsement by our great and
good men deserves the attention of
the ulHictcd. Those suffering from
cough, colds and lung affection
should use the Globe Flower Cough
Syrup. It will posi'ivuly cure con
For .-ale bv Dr. A. C. Dukes.
SCMICJTY OF MOS .'V*?
There is no doubt, but the pc.sentl
condition of all kind-* of business and
industry is fearfully depressed, nnd
it behooves every family to look care
fully to their expenscs. Winter is
coining on when children are liable
lo croup, whooping cough, etc. fVitigh
ami colds will prevail everywhere
and consumption, with >th w- tji.oat
and lung diseases will curry off m?hr.
These discuses should u it h? n ligKiot:
et|. Doctors bills arc expensive, and
we would advise our people to u<o
Bosehee's German Syrup. It never
has failed. One bottle at. 7"> cents
will keep your whole family well
during the winter. Two doses wil
relieve any case. Sold iti all towns in
tho United States, and by your Drug
gists, Dr. A. <\ Dukes. "
To the re?peotaMr. eitixens and lovers of
.uistice of Oratigchiirg, I take thin method
of denying the report circulated detrimen
tal to my caracter
The eliarges are lies maliciously ni:d
wnutmily circulated hy ignorant ami vindic
tive persons. 1 have in iny possessioti un
questionable testiinoiHes sufueictitly con
vineing of proving in.' innocence of what
thesevampires would have me guilty.
To those, who are tun ignorant ami nn
prim i pie after this statement tu dome jus
lice, 1 would respond by referring ill in to
tils. M. K. SiiMtns at whose house I have
hum residing for the past six months.
The inventors of the c'fnsions of igno
rance and Bliaiucful lies have already in
-pired all the com'ori ihev merit, should
they repeat their insolence, sniiie thing ever
more mortifying loan contempt?punish
ment must conic *
A word mine: in the name of all true
manhood and hoiicsly t el.at i?ng! my m
ciiseiN to iittack nie openly and fairly, and
not eouardlv strike* me iu the dark.
K UKDIMMiS IHJMAli,
.lain'.son. S. C. Aug ?Ith, 1S77.
I ghiillv testify to the truth of J/r Ihnhar's
communication and Iru-l that no one will
be so depraved ?s to att ich any importance
to these slanderous reports. Mr. Hoinar in
justl.v i-ulilled to ihe re-peel and esteem ?I
the really good and wine, and let all those
who would malign his character reinea\lM?r
that "Ycngeuc is mine, 1 will repay s.iith
M. K. SlLLINS,
Keilt Place, Aug lab, 1S77.
aug 11 It.
A line "tirade Merino ttuek" II years old
took 2nd I'retninin at the County lair in 1S7?
Sheared OA lbs. wool this spring, l'rice
$lt>. For further particulars enquire, at
jutic -'A tf
TIM Ali JUSTICK."
Having established myself in rear of the
baptist Ciitlrcll ' Lot, I oiler my
services as Trial Justice to the public. All
business at tented to promptly
J. FKLl>FK MKYKKS,
A very desireahlc IIOUSK and LOT;
now occupied by Chas. S. Hull. For
further particulars, apply to
J. W. MOSKLKY.
jtine 2 Jim
Dr. Ti. S. Wold? rail 'lie foimd fit liisofllce
over Iv/.eUicl's Sture whore lie i* prepared
tn execute work on the most* Improve
styles, at short notice and at reasontb V
prices' All work-guaranteed. ?. j rnivj
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tutt'b HE?7J THE mt*
tutt'S O.XaXsMM -U. PILLS
tutt's o AAR' PILLS
?&??:? Words of Advice,
tctt'8RESrECTFULLY offered by_LLL8
tott'S TU TT, M.D., for many PILLS
^?TTig yearn Demonstrator of Anatomy In pn,*,q
tjjtt h Thirty venrs" experience 1? tho*,*;'^?
tutt'S practice of incillclne. topether with
tutt'S hftcca years' test of Tutt's J^lls, PILLS
tutt'8 ami the thousands or test 1 mSnJal? PILLS
tutt's Ki von of tlM'lr enk-ncv. wnrrnnt ine PILLS
tutt'b ?ayli'U that thoy will positively piLLS
tiitt'q cure all illbciiscs Hint result from a pn.i.a
4.,iTi.,2?JtsraBP<l Ilvrr. The* nro not roc-?.,,2
??n?t'm ""'"'ended frrM the Ith? tlintntTHct
1 ott h liunmullv, hut rorl>v?ii?<pn|n..lauii-1
tutt's dice. Constipation. Mio?, Skin Dls- TILLS
tutt'S ensos. inll.,us Colic, Ilhruuinttnm, PILLS
tutt's Palpitation of tho Heart, Kidney PILLS
tutt's Affei-tlnn?. FernaloOonipIn1nts,&e,, PILLS
tiitt'h ft" ?f which result from n, rtorann-e- t?h.t a
?riiTTiS"""'il of the Liver, no medicine has i,? ,2
iliii.S ever liroveu po successful as DR. tijfjfg
tutt STt.-TT s YEOETAULE LIVEIl""*?.
tutt's PI M.S. . PILLS
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tutt'S ? TUTT'S 5?11.1.ft j PILLS ?
tutt's ? CCItH SICK HEADACHE. 5 PILLS
tutt'S :._.: FILLS
tutt'S :.s riLXS
tutt'S : TUTT'S 1*11,I.S : PILLS
tutt s : xtZQUins no c:iAirc;n er \ pills
tutt'S : DIET. : PILLS
tutt's ?.: PILLS '
tutt'S j.: PILLS
tutt'S ? TUTT'S PIT.I.S : PILLS
tutt'S -ARE PURELY VEGETABLE".; PILLS
tutt's :.? PILLS
tutt'S : TUTT'S PIT.I.S : PILLS
tutt'S : KEVER GRU'E OR na?5e? ? PILL?
TUTT'S ? o> ATE. fi 5 PILLS
tutt's :.-???: PILLS
tutt'S ? the DEMAND FOR tutt'S: PILLS
tutt's -PILLS la not confined to thill PILLS
tutt'S : count rv, but uxtunds to (.11 part": PILLS
tutt'S :of tho world. . I -PILLS
tutt'S :.! PILLS
tutt'S : A CLKAIi 11 RAD,clasticllniln,: PILLS
tutt'S jcooil digestion. Bound _sl<-<:p(: PILLS
tutt'S -buoyant unlrlt*, ttno appetite.: PILLS
tutt'S -uro gonm of tho result* Of the- PILLS
tutt's -iien of tutt'S PILLS.? : PILLS
tutt's :.u....v-'...3..i.: PILLS
tutt'S ?.: PILLS
tutt's : AS A FAMILY MEDICINE I PILLS
tutt's ? tutt'S PILLS ARE TUR j ?CILLH
tutt'S : BKST?rERFKCTLV II AIlM-'.j 'PI T.I.H
tutt'S : l/r'.ss. : PILLS
tutt's ?.:_?.:_??: nllo
tutt's :. PILLS
tutt'S 5 POLD EVERYWHERE, fi |;;BIfcI>$i
tutt's : PRICE, TWENTY-FIVE CTS.; PILLS
tutt's j.? PILLS
tutt'S :.-.: FILLS
tutt's : PRINCIPAL OFFICE : PILLS
tutt'S J 18 DIDRHAY STREET, j PILLS
tutt's ? NEW YORK. ? PILLS
This unrivaled preparation has "per
formed some of the most astonishing
cures that arc recorded in the annals of
history. Patients suffering for yenr6 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.
entirely recovered their health. ^? ..
"WONT GO TO FLORIDA."
Uevr York. SugwBt CO, KJ73. ?*
DR. TUTTt <?i, ^T't - tV i
Dear Sir :-Whcn In Aikro. Inst frlnter; I caod yoa?
Xxpcctorant for my cough, and reell?od more benefit
from it than anything I over tools. X am so well tnilt
I will not ro to Florida next ?sylntrr'aa I IfifasSlafCv
Send mo ono dozen bottle*. By ox pi cm. for toma
frionda. alfred CU8HT7TO.
1S3 West Thirty - flrot, ?traot,
Boaton. January 11:1
Thio eertiflea that I havo reoommendud tho naoof
Or. Tutt's Expectorant for djaewa of tho Icto
for tho paat two years, and to ray ksowlodco ratdy!1
bottles havo been used by my patient* with th* nip
pleat result*. In two oate* whoro it was thonght con
firmed consumption had taken plaoo thsBxpoptfnaa.
?ffootod c 0-73. f H. H.' OPBAdUSf, *?^
" We can not apeak too highly or Dr. Tutt'S Ba?
p OCtOM nt, and for tri ftako of DufTcrlnB ha&MEBlty
nope it may become mou asneraUy knur ?CXUsV*
TIA!? advocatt. f\
Mold by Druggists. Price Ql.OO v .
STATK HF S??fll rAROtinfAT"
OltAXOERtTlMi CoUNTV, \ In I'roba'e
Kr IWU'. j (.'otirt
Jane M. Kandalc ) Petition
Widow of Luther l" for her
ltansdale ) Hoiurwtesil.
I'uhlit: notiee Is hereby irlv.?n that Jan?
M. Uansilale and her minor riiililreu.
Widow and I'hildreu <d farther Uansd?lu
I dvtvased, h tv-i applied by I'eiitinn to uiu
a> 1'rnl ate.lilJg.i for ilie Cnuiily of Oran^e
bili'g hi have their tliiiue-te ul and Personal
Property Kxewpiinn, sippraistnl anil set off
according ib law out of the Ksirtte of said
decea-ed; ami I will act on said Petition uu
the 2mh dav <>r August A. n.?lS77
f. II. ttl.OVKR,
Judge of Probate, %
July il ?t
ST.AT I i OF SOr.TIl CAROLINA.
O n ,\ n< i Kliritd - Cor ntt, \ In Probate
I r.i.'irt. * '
lit. Varif. \ Petition
Sarah ('. Collier ' l ;.- ' I thr.hfr
Widow of \\*. O. Collier }- Homestead,
Public notiee is hereby given Uiat-Sdlpji
Collier inid hoi minor Children, Widow
and Phildreh lif (). Collier docasod, havo
applied by Petition to me as Judge of Pro
bate for the County of Orangeburg. aforesaid
to have their Homestead and porstmal pro
perty Icxv'hptiou, appraised and set oH-ito
eonling to law; and that I will act on said
Vetition oh the 'JUth day of Aucust A. D.
C. P.. GLOVER.
Judge of Probate,
Tuly 21 J ^ ?'?i.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWCSSSS?
? iii OdTO or prov*m% T^tsoaso..
No tloRBHvrlU dlo of Coi.lO.Bom OT,IjVTO Fiv
vxb, if Foulz'8 Powders aroused In tlmo.-'1 ?
Fonlx's Powders will enro ond prevent noo Cvouoa
I FouU^a PowdcrawUl provent QaTSS ur iWt,f>
Fout/."BPow(fcrBwUl Inercajo tho QO?ntttT?f ??0*
tad cream twenty per ceub. and moko tho butter lira
uidswoot. . ' _____
Foutz'a PowdpTfl will errre of piMksWWMI
DlPKARBtbnt Horses and Cattlor.ro heir to.
Fottt/.'b powdkbs -STILX. OITX BATinrACTKrTT.
Sold overywhero. 1 t ? ?
DAVID XL J-OTTT2. Vrep-Satts*/
s.dd bv Or. a. c, nukiis. I
may I? IS77.
The undersigned have this day fornt?l a
t'oparlnetship for the prartlrq of|awiryth,o
(?onnty td* Orangeburg, under; the>flrnje
immo of DoTrevillo it Heyward. tMIiee
opposite Court House.
W. J. .DeTHEVILLK,
jun 16 St