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Enrcka Chapter No. 13. R.-. A.*. M.*.?
"Will meet during the present Masonic year
at the usual hours, the followin dntca:
?April 27th, May 25th, June
2nd, August 24th, September 21*t, October
19th, November Kith, December 14th;
S. DIBBLE, M. 12. II. 1*.
Gko. Vi. Bkunsox, Sec.
Shibboleth Lodge No. 2S,A.*. rV. M.-.r
"Will meet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock,
from 1st Oct. to 1st April ami at 8 o'clock
from 1st April to 1st October on the follow
ing d at May 8th. June 5th, July Sri,
August 7th, September 4tli, October 2d,
November tub, beeember, 4th.
JAS. F. 1ZLAR, W.M.
Of.o. W; BauNSOX, See.
roar 2t) 1S75 7m.
X. O. O. F.
Rdisto Lod$o No- JiH?Meets at Odd
Fellows Hall, every Fnilriv evening nt S
o'clock, from 20th March to '20th Sept. and
at 7i o'elock from 20th Sept. to 20th March.
JAMES V 1ZLAH N. G.
F. DkMAHS, Sec.
Rebecca Lodge?Meets 8 o'clock every
second Wednesday after sale dav.
JAMES I?' IZLAlt N. G.
Tliis body meets June S, Srpt. 7, Dec. 7.
Mayors Court, held whenever occasion
(SONS OF TEMPERANCE.
Orangeburg Division No. 24, meets every
Monday evening in llie basemcui of the
Noulli Carolina Jttiilroart.
ofku'k in urns at ohamikiuh? Okpot.
From 8 o'clok A. M. to 21 1?. M. From
3} o'clock 1\ M. toT,.J P. Mi '
(?ooris received anil delivered only during
V? M. A.? Rooms mi Kussel I
Street next to W. K. (.'rook's Store.
Business Meeting?Foil rill Thursday in
*nch monIh at Si r. St. I'rayer Meetitii??
F.vvry Sunday afternoon at tij. o'clock, for a
hnlf liniir oilly, ami every Tluirsdiy even
ing Ml S.l o'eloi k.
MO'KTI.MKit glovek, President.
W. B. Tho.MI*SOX, Secretary.
fml jieiuleiil Ytuing
xiui'iica Fire Kll
i'lll Oy!?1 teg11hie Piinidc? ('uesday
afternoon alter Ihvl Monday in e.nh nmnlh.
beyuiar Meeting- -At Company Hall
"Wednesday evening alter first Monday in
J. L- HK1DTM AN. Secretary.
hills to Hilles -Itcjrnlar Parade?Tuesday
?nflfihoim alWrwvVrri .Monday in January,
April, -July, < h-tulicr.
Kegiil.n- Meetings?Same evening of pa
< ouipanv Drill? Tec-day evening after
Mf'-ml .Mos.dav iluileh luoiilli.
.?'??< 8. DIBBLE,
F-5, Ml MILE. Secret Hry.
\. O C L.
See notice brick store to rent by
Mr. D. J Willis ad Vorlisi s afresh
SUpply <it' goiids.
Boys,don't go visiting at 11 o'clock
at night. That's after bed tiia*.
Outward judgment often fails, in
ward justice i: ever.
E. R. Cowpcvth wait appears in an
advertisement in this issue. Read it
and be hen elided.
The Rev. Dr. Honor will preach
in the Lutheran Church to morrow
"We arc i nly responsible for the
editorial.- aud local matter printed
in this paper.
Mr. A. Eiseher advertises anew
to-day. He keeps an abundance of |
good things on hand and promises to
sell at low figures.
CO UNTT A UJjITOn?
Col. D. R> Barton has been ap
pointed Auditor vice Jus. Van Tas
sel resigned. Col. Barton will make
a good efficer.
Good aud substantial hoard can be
procured at Mrs. AnnaE Van Noor
den, who oilers to accommodate a
few young men at $3 per week.
Mr Hen ly Kehn, long and popu
larly known upa partner of his broth
er, Theodore Kehn, has returned to
this place, and re-united himself to
the fortunes of that thriving firm.
Mr. Kuhn is looking well.
That window to a merchant's store
in Branchvillc, which bad been
opened previous to Monday last for
four years,.Was shut on that day.
The owner of the house will no longer
be haunted by ghosts.
Solicitor St. J. Jervey was in towu
ft few days since, looking after his
business for the coming October
court. Mr. Jervey has the reputa
tion of being a first-rate lawyer, and
will .no doubt oarofully guard the
interests of the county ami State.
Sec his circular.
A mounted Company has boon
organized at Bull Swamp with the
following officers :
G W Dannclly?Captain.
D A Porter?1st. Lieut.
J W Hodges?2nd. Lieut.
;J Bhett Ililcy- 3rd. Lieut.
A J Hydrick?1st. Scrgt.
D V Livingston?2nd. Scrgt.
C E Gardner?3rd. Scrgt.
W q Jackson? 4th Scrgt.
J F North?5th Sorgt.
\V II F Bast?1st. Corp'i.
Jacob Aioaker?2nd. Corp'i.
D iC Knight?3rd. Corp'i.
J J Madle?4th Corp'i.
The Company now numbers over
eigh y incni_
TO )VN ELJpTlpN?
Theeleclim for Mayor and Alder
men came or on Tu esday last. There
\\j.\a very little excitement. Number
of votes registered, 198; cast for
Mayor ami Aldermen as follows:
\ may >r.
J. W Moseley, 192.
J. W. CannAi, 154.
J. F. I/Jar, WO'
.LS. Alhergoki, 133.
Charles Thorri, 152.
W M. Sain, 64
W. K. Crook, 1.
Glo Bolivcr, l\
tjn.0 IJoavcr, it
D. A. Rtrakcr, I.
W. I?. Bull, 1.
Sam'I Spcigle, li
Of course the regular ticket was
triumphantly elected. The opposi
tion to ) r. A'bergotti was doubtless
because of his sliong temperance
proclivities as he is'one of our best
and m<h-t thoroughgoing citizens.
(>4 cast for an
and wo have
the result 11)7 votes, lihich otherwise
would have been couiAcd for him.
Upon the whole \ the ticket is a
magnificent one, and argues well for
the future prosperity oj Orangeburg.
Add to his 133 votes |he
We were exposed l^st week to a
pitiless storm, that w<A our feet and
stockings, and indeed our person all
over. In fact we took\a cracking
cold, which brought sota throat and
severe symptoms of feveiv The good
wife asserted her authority, plunged
our feet in hot water, wiapped us in
hot blankets, and sent 6ur faithful
son for a bottle of Aykb's Cherry
Pkctora l. It is a splendid medicine
?pleasant to take, and ilid the job.
We slept souudly through the night
and awoke well the nex^inorning.
We know we owe our quickrecovery
to the Pectoral, and shall not hesitate,
to recommend it to all who need such
a medicine.? Tchuncaha \ ( Tcxati)
The quantity of Pork and other
improper food consumed is enormous
and produces its inevitable roaults in
innumerable types of disease, e?pectal
ly those of the blood, exhibited in
Pimples. Blotches, Sores, ctt, all
of which, however, yield rapidly and
surely to Dr. Bull's Blood Mixtutc.
? i ? ?
The greatest enemy to childrm is
worms. Shriner's Indian Vermifuge
will save them from ruin if useulac
cording to the directions
Sold by Dr. A.C. Dukes.
SCARCITY OF MONEY?
There is no doubt but the pcseitl
condition of all kinds of business and
industry is ^fearfully depressed, anil
it behooves every family to look carte
fully to their expenses. Winter ik
coming on when children are lialiljt
to croup, whooping cough, etc. CGtigt
and colds will prevail everywhere)!
and consumption, with other throat\|
and lung diseases will carry off many
These diseases should not bo neglec
ed. Doctors bills are expensive, and
wc would advise our pcoplo to use
Boschce's German Syrup. It never
has failed. One bottlo at 75 cents
will keep your whole 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. C. Dukes,
Dr. J A. C. Dukes ?is giviug
away a hand some book entitled
"Pearls for the People," containing
much valuablo information and many
interesting articles. It also contains
a history of tho discovery of tho
'Hepntine;" for diseases of the liver,
dyspepsia, contispatiou and indiges
tion, &c, and gives positive assur
aucc that when the Ilcpatino is used
it effects a permanent and lasting euro
of these diseases, which prevail to
??ch an alarming extent in our
country. Take tho Hepa line for all
diseases of the liver.
'Che Hon. Alexun ler II. Stevens
says :?"The Globe Flower Cough
Syrup has proven a most valuable
reined}' to inc."
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
mod men deserves the attention of
the afflicted. Those suffering from
cough, colds and lung affections
should use the Globe Flower Cough
Syrup. It will positively cure con
For sale by Dr. A. 0. Dukes.
11 r0 A' /) Ell /?? U L .S UCCESS?
It is repotted that Boschee'a Ger
man Syrup has, since its introduc
tion in the United States, reached
the i tu nie use sale of 40,000 dozen per
year. Over 6,000 Druggist have
ordered this medicine direct from tho
Factory, at Woodbury, N. J.; and
not one has reported a single failure,
but ever)' letter speaks of its aston
ishing success in curing severe
Toughs, Cohls settled on the Breast,
Consumption, or any disease of the
Throat and Lungs, We udviso any
person that has any predisposition to
weak Lungs, to go to their Druggist}
-and get this Medicine, or iuquirc
about, it. Regular si/.e, 75 cents:
Sample Bottle, 10 cents. Two do
ses will re!ie?ca:iy case. Don't ne
glect your cou-'h when you can get
the above remedy from Dr. A. C
Dr. Thon. Legare respectfully informs his
IViticnti ami Friends that lie hau discontin
ued tlic gracticiug his Profession in Orange
Inii-S County, in consequence of his Remov
al to the City of Charleston, S. C.
sept 15 2t
Persons holding Claims against Oraugo
burg County are hereby notified that the
time for presenting and establishing them
before the Commission appointed for their
investigation will expire on the 25th Sep
WM. M. IIUTSON,
D lt. KARTON;
JAMES 8. HEYWARD,
sept 15?It Commissioners.
TO THE PUBLIC.
AH persons able to give information of j
fraudulent claims against Orangeburg
County, or of any facts, or circumstances,
throwing suspicion on claims agamnt it. or
any information whatsoever calculated lb
aid the Commission recently appointed to
ascertain the true [indebtedness of said
Count) j in elleeting the object of their
appointment, are Hereby earnestly requested
to communicate sucli information to the
undetsigned, or to either of them. So fat
as shall he consistent with the public inter
est: the authorship of such communications
will he treated as confidential if desired by
the parties making them.
"WM. M. I1?TS?N.
DONALD R. 15AKTON,
JAMES S. HEY WARD,
use and keep
it on hand,
because of it.
over all other
cines or Liver
^ w-^'JV'-v:\ eines or Li'
sea or Grip
Not unpleasant to take.
It Cure? Diseases of I he bi vor and Spleen.
It removes Mercury from the System.
It is I he only Medicine known that Cures
It Cures Neuralgia, Sick Headache and
It iH nil excellent Laxative for Delicate
The oflener you take it, the smaller the
dose/?the very opposite to all other Purga
It is always ready for use, and never
coulntsiudiratc in any ruse.
It is the best of* 1*1 Purgatives for Child
All personsshntnd use it who are afllictcd
with Piles or Constipation.
\ For sale Wholesale and Retail by
AUSTIN & CO.
Down-: ,c- moisk,
Proprietors, Charleston, S. C.
For sale by
DIL A. C. DUKES,
DU. .1. (l. WANN AM A K KR;
DR. A. S. 11YDR1CK.
iuig 11 ?ui,
That largo and commodious Brick Store,
formerly occupied by Mr. C. It. Jones.
For terms apply to
MRS. M. E. MONA MAR A
aug 11 tf.
COUNT COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE,
Anglist 17ih, 1877.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
Holding Hill-', Accounts or Demands of any
kind against the County which have not
been before presented to the Board of
County * oiinjiisiii?ners at Special or Regu
lar .Meetings held duringthe year, to deposit
the ?um with the Clerk of Hoard of County
Commissioners on or before the first day of
by Order o f Ok; Hoard.
Clerk of Hoard,
sept 8 4t
For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
which ia at ones
healthy, and ef
fectual for pre
hair. Faded or
gray hair is soon
restored to its
with the gloss and freshness of youth.
Thin hair is thickened, falling hair
checked, and baldness often, though
not always, cured by its use. Noth
ing can restore the hair where the
follicles arc destroyed, or the glands
atrophied and decayed. But siich as
remain can be saved for usefulness
by this application. Instead of foul
ing the hair with a pasty sediment, it
will keep it clean and vigorous. Its
occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling otT, and
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from those deleterious substances
which make .some preparations dan
gerous, and injurious to the hair, the
Vigor can only benefit but not harm
it. If wanted merely for a
nothing else can be found so desir
able. Containing neither oil nor
dye, it does not soil white cambric,
and yet lasts long on the hair, giving
it a rich, glossy lustre aud a grateful
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
l'racticnl nml Analytical ChcmiHUt
aug 11 " ly.
ADMINISTtt.VLM US NOTICE
Parlies indebted to Curtis Yoiiiiglilood
deceased will make payment ami tlio<e
having demands against him will p resell I
them duly attested to James I", l/.lar, Esq ,
Ativ at Law at Orangebiirg S. C.
J ES.S K i 1. YOUNG II LO<)!)
aug 25 1 m
St. Matthew's Academy.
The Exercises of this Institution will be
opened, under new and favorable auspices,
on the firit Monday in Sentember 1877,
with Teachers of acknowledged ability.
Cheap Hoard, rates of Tuition low, good
mu-ical instruction?, thevery bcstdisciplinc,
together with every necessary advantage
the Academy will be second to none in the
State. Roth sexes will be admitted and
thoroughly prepared to enter College, or
fitted Vor the < omihon vocations of life, and
every poj.-iblc objection to mixed schools
Wi i he obv'atc.l.
The public patronage is respectfully
soRcitcd. upon the o^iirance that no labor
or p i" m will be spared necessary to the
highest moral and literary cuktire of the
pupils in a-.:endauce.
For particulars address,
M J KELLER,
President of Roard of Trustees, or
J L RAST,
Orangeburg, S. C.
nag 1 1 in
The fust class Companies ATLAN
TIC KTAGRA, and MOBILE UN
DER W RITEHS, tire entitled to the
fullest confidence of the busincs puo
lie. They have stood the test o'.' many
years, and are prompt in paying
JOHN A. HAMILTON
Agent for Eire Insurance.
Furnished on short notice of a ly
width, 2in. 17ets. 3in. 26cts. 4in.
.'idets 5in. d'2cts. (Jiu. t50cta. per foot
up to 14 in width.
Cane Mills and Boilers
2 Boilers, It) in; $110. 2 Boilers,
12 iii; $.io. 3 Boilers 10 in; SoO.
BOILER L. .
30 Galls. $10. 40 Galls. SI2. 50
Galls. $14. 00 Galls. $ib\ 80 Galls.
$18. 100 Galls S20.
J. L Hamilton
Is now receiving his Fall and Winter Stock of
Which I am offering OlrO^-A^T? JjGlTt than ever before.
In few dnvH a Large and \ ried Stock of
I) R Y GOO D 8
Winch will he Sold Low Down.
the j t ksta.xjnajstt
Is entirely apart from my Front Sto re, and is supplied witn the BEST
GOODS that can he procured from the Northern Markets.
T3nP*ginoj and Ties at Lowest Prices. Give me a call.
The above is a bread assertion hut nevertheless that my Stock of 4
heavy and fancy groceries
Cannot be excelled in Quality and Price tn ibis Market, and to prove the
above just step in and examine for yourselves at the Store of
P. W. BULL.
COUNTRY PROBUCE bought at the .highest
A fine assortment of iPj^GSll CrJLCltGFS always on hand.
D. LOUIS ~
HAS JUST ARRIVED
FROM NEW YORK
With the Largest Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
Ever before oflercd in this Market.
My Stock is so Large and Varied that it is impossible for mo toonum
ctatc the different articles. All of which I am offering nt the most
ASTONISHING- LOW PRICES!
Now is the time lor everybody to buy their Fall and Winter supplies
Having removed to the Store lately occupied by
iS ABl iSTET & SMOAK
*^ J am now prepared to oiler better
IS A H Gr' AI NS
Thau ever; ni d invite my friends and patrons to call and examine my largo
and ch oiee stock of
Gin, &c. &c.
A Iso a full line of Crockery and Woodwaro.
Country made Chairs, Are.
L. S. EICKEN
MUSIC FOR AJLHi.
Prof. ANTON IIERG ?fluni to instruct
on tin? Piano on the most reasonable terms.
Nine Lessons for 5:2.50.
The greatest care will be taken to give
satisfaction. Ladies who wi.-h a finishing
touch to their Musical Education have an
opportunity to go through a course of l)er
tini's and Cronicr's, Etrudcs, Mozard and
Delhoven'? S auatcs.
A NTON HERO,
Graduate from the Conservatory of
sept S tf
E'O.U S ATI. 13 OK KENT
A very commodious store in Ibnnchvillc,
located in ibe most central pin of the I'owii
main store 5*>x'j5 complete, with shelving,
counters and draws ; also two comfortable
looms, with a chimney, under the saiae
roof a grocery siore 1 Sx 12. Also a grain
store in close proximity, iutil a good well of
water. Address A. Loryca 7 Huntifain St.
Charleston, or .1. D. 1). Eni rev Esq. Branch
The undersigned hereby give notice that
they have been appointed by His Excel
lency tbe^tiovernoi, pursuant to the Statute
in such case provided, a Commission ''to
investigate, and ascertain, the true, and real
lanit?ilc indehtedn ess" of Crangeburg
County; that they have accepted the ap
pointment,?will hold sessions at the
Law Cilice of W; M.Hutson, Orangcbnrg
C. IL, between the hours of 10 A. SI.,and
2 I'. M., on Monday, aid Tuesday, of each
week, until the Sib September next, and
daily sessions from the*Sth to the loth of
same month: and they hereby call upon all
persons having claim* against said County
to appear before the Commission during
its said sessions, and establish such claims.
Persons desiring to lodge claims On other
days than those mentioned, for subsequent
investigation by the^Commission, can do so
by leaving them with the undersigned, Wm.
Wsr. M HUT80N,
IXVNALO u rah ton
JAMES S IIEYWA.h?,
Orangeburg August 4, 1877,
villi-, S. C.
M HuUonat his said ollico.
BLA( KSM1TII WORK
(Knsscll St. Opposite Harley's Curnor.)
All manner of Smith work ar.il Howe?
shoeing properly clone. 4$
Fancy Sen II work. Hailing for Grate
Lots. A (rial solicited.
sept 1 tf.
The undersigned, having united their
educational efforts, will open at tho Fair
1 hi i Id big in Orangcburg, on Monday Sept.
3rd a High School for
BOYS AND GIRLS,
which they hope will meet all the rei:;.ire
incuts of the community, and merit k
continuance of the patronage which ha:.*been
so liberally extended to their sep.raro
The upper story of the Fair Bui d'.ng^
will he occupied by the girls, under oneot
the principals; and the lower story by tho
hoys, under the other principal'
The most rigid rules will be enforced for
the iiiaintainaiiec of discipline and deco
nun, and, except when recitations under
the eye til' the teachers requiro, the male
and female department will be kept strictly
Hoyn will be prepared for college or busi
ness, and young ladies given a finished
The Musical Department will be under
Kcarouablc board can be obtained.
TERMS PER MONTH.
TVunary Department.$2 On
Intermediate. 2 50
Advanced. 8 00
Classical. 4 00
Music. ii fci
For further information apply to cither
of the principals.
Hugo (1. Sheridan Stiles R. MellhLamn
juiy 28 ?f
DR? B. F. MUCKENFUSS
Dentist" Rooms over Store of Mr. Oeo. II.
8?r" Charges Rca30uable.