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Jhnptcr No. 13. R>. A.\ 31/.?
uring tho.preset 11.Masonic year
liohr?, the folio win (lutes :
27th, Mav 25th, June
24th, September 21st, October
ibur Kith, Leecmbor 14th. .'
8. DIBBLK, M.' E. II. P.
Lotlgo Xo..2S, A.'. P.*. .11.-.?
ach Tuesday nt 7 o'clock,
. to lftt April and at S o'clock
to list October on'lho follow
ay Slli. Juno 5th, July 3d,
cpteniber 4th, October 2d,
JAS.1?\ IZLAR, W.M.
O. O. F.
0. No. 33.?Meets at Odd
every Friday evening at S
Ih March to'20th Sept. and
a 20th Sept. to 20th .March.
MES F IZLAR N. G.
?Meets 8 o'clock every
? after sale da v.
IES V IZLAR N. G.
June S, Sept. 7, Dec. 7.
.held whenever oecasiun
EM PK It A N CK.
ion No. 24, meets every
n the basement of the
r Oil A N O KII? Kf) DKI'OT.
M.to 2.'. P. M. Prom
\ P. M.
1 delivered only during
?Rooms on Kussel]
K. ('rook's Store.
Fourth Thursday in
pi. 1'raycr Meeting?
(ion at OA u'elbek, fur a
?cry Thursd.iy cven
America fire Kn
>ndav in ea< h month.
At Company. Hall
er fust Monday in
SL Dt him,]-:.
lay in January,
evening of jia
>ke, was in
Mr. M. Albrecht b.iB in his yard
a couple of chickens which area cross
bstween the guinea and tho gam e l
fowl They are a curiosity and are'
arrived and arriving?
Mr. John M. Dnnner. returned
from New York on Monday night
last, whence he had beou buying up a||
supply of goods for the Fall trade, a
large portion of which has already
arrived, and is now store I in the
spacious house of Cornelson, await
ing customers in quest of bargains.
Mr. Danncr informs us that his line
of clothing is the beat over shippeds
to this Burg, being custom?made
nobby and cheap, while his stock of
haud-scwed shoes, <fcc, is capable of
supplying every want and the demand
of ever)' taste. Prices low. A
quantity of dry goods ?f all descrip
tions is also tit Cornelsou's iu super
abundant proportions. Calico] from
\ cents up! Think of it. You can
get a good dress for 75 els. Who is
it will wear old aud , faded calico
now? But it is not only in this par
ticular that Cornelson is offering on
paralleled bargains. His cloths,
homespuns, clothing, bats,shoes and
thousand other things, are for sale
at a small advance above New York
prices. Peruse his advertisement in
another column, and you will be
profit tod thereby.
When the disorders of babyhood
attack your baby use at once Dr.
Bull's baby syrup aud notice its
rapid and beneficial effect. 20 cents
Sold by Dr. A. C. Dukes.
Docs a father love his children?
not much when he knows that'worms
are destroying them, and lie fails to
make the small expenditure of twen
ty-live cents for Jone bottle Shri tier's
Indian Vermifuge, [which would re
lieve the whole family.
Sold bv Dr A. C. Dukes.
iKureka" is' the sentiment of count
less sufferers who find the balm of
relief, and tho fountain of their health
and strength, in Ayer's Sursiipurilla;
it is the most potent of all the altera
tives to purify the system aiid cleanse
the blood. It possesses invigorating
qualities, so that it stimulates the
failed vitalities and purges out the
corruptions which mingle with tho
blood, promoting derangement and
decay, Wo arc assured by many
intelligent physicians that this modi -
cine cures beyond all others of its
kind, and we can fortify this state
ment by our own experience.?Alhol
(Mass.) White Elag.
SCA rc1ty Ol?MO NE Y?
There is no doubt but the pcscntl
condition of all kinds of business aud
industry is ^fearfully depressed, and
it behooves every family to look care
fully to their expenses. Winten is
coming on when children arc liable
to croup, whooping cough, etc. Cough
and colds will * prevail everywhere,
and consumption, with other throaL
and lung diseases will carry off many.
These diseases should not be neglect
ed, Doctors bills arc expensive, and
we would advise our people to use
Boschee's German Syrup. Jt never
has failed. One bottle at 75 cents
will keep your whole family well
durii*g:tho waiter. Two doses will
relieve any case. Sold in all towns in
the United States, and by your Drug
gists, Dr. A. C. Dukes.
? ? ? ?
Dr. A. C. DukivS is giving
away a handsome book entitled
"Pearls for the People," containing
much valuable information and many
interesting articles. It also contains
la history of tho discovery of the
W'llepatine;" for diseases of tho liver,
ijilyspepsia, contispation and inniges
t'm, &c., and gives positive n=?ttr
ante that when the Hopal'mo is used
it elects a permanent and lasting cure
of ilcse diseases, which prevail to
j such mi alarming extent in our
country. Take ?the Hepatino for all
di.-cisc3 of the liver.
AdIiCE gr a tis?
Tic Hon. Aloxunler II. Slovens
s\y:?"The Globe Flower Cough
Syjiup has proven a most valuable
rciiildy to me."
Gilv. James M. Smith, of Georgia,
fifys A?"! shall always uso it with
\PrfeeV confidence, and recommend it
thelpuhlic as a remedy which will
lord It hat satisfaction experienced
Vv mdj aud mine. It excels ovcrv
thing for coughs, colds.und obstinate
Ex-GovJ Brown, of Ga., says : "He
finds the Globe Flower Cough Syrup
a most excellent remedy."
Such endorsement by our great and
good men deserves Ihc attention of
tho afilictcd. 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. C. Dukes.
WONDER F UL S UCCESS -
It is repotted that Bosch ec's Ger
man Syrup has, sinca its introduc
tion in the lliiited States, reached
the immense sale of -10,090,dozen per
year. Over (5,0)0 Druggist have
ordered this medicine direct from the
Factory, at \V<>odbury, N. J.; and
hot one has reported a single failure,
but. every letter speaks of its aston
ishing success in curing severe
Coughs, Colds settled on the Breast,
Consumption, or any disease of tho
Thrb'at and Lungs, Wo advise any
person that has any predisposition to
weak Lungs, to go to their Druggists
-and get this Medicine, or inquire
about it. Regular size, 75 cents:
Sample Bottle/10 cents. Two do
ses will relieve any case. Don't ne
glect your'cou h when you can got
the above remedy from Dr. A. C
iniusio for ax,:l.
Prof. A NT?iT BEUG offers to instruct
on ilie Piano on the most reasonable lerm<.
Kino Lessons for $2.50.
The greatest care will be taken to give
satisfaction. Ladies who wish a finishing
touch to their Musical Education have an
opportunity to go through a course of Bor
tini's ami Gromcr's, Etrudes, Mozard and
Graduate from the Conservatory of
HCpt 8 tf
(Russell St. Opposite Harley's Curiior.)
All manner of Smith work and florae
shoeing properly done.
Fancy Sen II work. Hailing for Grave
Lots. A trial solicited.
sept 1 % tf.
Persons holding Claims against Orange
burg County are hereby notified that the
time for presenting and establishing them
before the Commission appointed for their
investigation will expire oh the 25th Sep
\V.\L M. ITUTSON,
1) R. BARTON,
JAMES s. hey WARD,
sept 15?It Commissioners.
TO THE P?BLIC.
All persons able to give information of
fraudulent claims against Orangeburg
County, or of any facts, or circumstance?,
throwing suspicion on claims against it, or
any information whatsoever calculated to
aid the ..Commission recently nppointed to
ascertain the true [indebtedness of said
Count}, in effecting the object of their
appointment, are Hereby earnestly requested
to communicate such information to the
undct signed, or to either of them. So far
as shall be consistent with the public inter
est, the authorship of such communications
will l>e treated as confidential if desired by
the parties making them.
* WM. M. II?TS?N.
donald R. BARTON.
; J ames s. hey ward;
nug 18 tf
The undersigned hereby give notice that
they have been appointed by His Excel
lency tht'doverno!, pursuant to tho Statute
in such case provided, a Commission "to
investigate, and ascertain, the true, and real
lonajitle indebtedness" of Oraiigcbiirg
County; lliat they have accepted I lie ap
pointment,?will hold sessions at the
Law OHice of Wi-rd.'Hutfioh, Ortiiigeburg
C IL, between the hours of 10 A. .M., and
2 |?. M., on Monday, u'id Tuesday, of each
week, until I lie 8th September next, and
daily sessions from the 8th to the 15th of
cauii! month; and they hereby call upon all
persons having claims ngiinst said County
to appear before the Commission thir'r:^
its said sessions, ami establish such claims.
Persons desiring to lodge claims on other
days than those mentioned, for subsequent
investigation by the Com mission, can do so
by leaving them with the undersigned, Win;
M Hut.-on at his.said otlicc.
W.m. M IIDTS?N,
DONALD K BARTON
J A M KS S HEY WARD,
... , Coihiuiskiouer^
Oraii?ebiirg August 4, 1877,
ang ?! ._tf
That large and commodious Brick Store,
formerly occupied by Mr. C. R. Junes.
For terms r.pplv to
MKS. M. e. MCNAMAR'a
nug 11 tf.
V\i >R KAI^tt.
A fine ''(trade Merino Ouck" .'i vcars old
took 2nd Premium at the County fair in 187?
Sheared I)A lbs. wool this spring. Price
S10. For further partiovdars enquire at
this otlicc. ,
June 23 tf
The undersigned, luiving united their
educational effort?, will, open at the Fair
Building in Orangebmg, on Monday Sept.
3rd a II ig Ii School for
BOYS AND GIRLS,
which they hope will imvt-pH the require
ments of the cphiiuuiiUy,| ami merit a
continuance of tho patronage whit h litis been
so liberally extended to theit separate
The upper story of the Fair Building
will be occupied by the girls, under one of
the principals; and the lower story by the
boys, under tin1 other principal'
The lit ?.ist rigid rules Will In: enforced for
the maintaiuatice of discipline and deco
rum, and, except when recitations under
the eye of the teachers .rerptire, the male
ami female department will be kept strictly*
Boys will be prepared for college or busi
ness, and young ladies given a finished
The Musical Department will be under
Reasonable board can be obtained.
' TERMS PER MONTH.
Primary Department.$2 00
Intermediate. 2 50
Advanced. 3 00
Classical.. .... 4 00
.Music. 3 33
For further information apply to cither
of the principals.
lingo G. Shcrhlau Stiles H. Mclliclionin
july 28 tf
Tins standard article is compound
ed with the greatest care.
Its effects arc as wonderful and as
satisfactory as ever.
It restores gray or faded hair to its
It removes all eruptions, itching
and dandruff. It gives the head a
cooling, soothing sensation of great
comfort, and the scalp by its use
becomes white and clean.
By its tonic properties it restores
the capillary glands to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and mak
ing the hair grow thick and strong.
As a dressing, nothing has been
found so effectual or desirable.
A. A. HaycsVM.p.'| State Assaycr
of Massachusetts, says, "The con
stituents arc pure, and carefully se
lected for excellent, quality ; and I
consider it the Bust Pkkpauation
for its intended purposes."
Price, Ouo Dollar,
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may he
relied on to change the color of the
beard from gray or any other undesir
able shade, to brown or black, at dis
cretion. It is easily applied, being in
one preparation, and quickly and ef
fectually produces u permanent color,
Which will neither rub nor wash off.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
Cell Ij ?U Sratfiiii, tit Oalirs la itolUlnct.
aug 11 ly.
The Daniel Pratt Gin Go.
Arc manufacturing the Celebrated
"Daniel Pratt Cotton (Jins" wth Revolv
ing Heads and hit adjustable iecd bo nd,
which are improvements patent?.d by them
in July 1873.
Any ordinary plantation hanft can feed
the-e t Sins, ami I hoy will turn out more lint
in the same time than any other Giii, and
by the toe of the adjustable m-oI board,
which can be ad|ii-ied while tlv? Ohl is
running, they can be made to |.tck the
seed much cleaner than any other (tin.
'1 lie experience of every planter who has
used tie in, -hows that these (Sins will not
Choke, no;- etui the roll be broken by feed
ing it altogether in the. center or :it the enos
of the cotton box.
We aie prepared to prove by many let
ters in our niiicc, written by partim who
have used these Gilift.' lor the past four sea
sons, t iiat our convictions of the wonderfully
leaded cfU clivenc-s ami value of the de
volving Head Gin has been correct, end we
tire confident we can, without fear or denial
claim, that no oilier tiins can coin pet* with
it in qiialitv, capacity; or advantages of any
Parlies wanting our (iins can npj.lv to
.1. C. Pike A Co., Orangcburg C. II., 8". C,
II. P. Mavsj Maysyi'le, S. C, Dr. J. M.
Hunter, 'i'iihmonsville, S. 0. J. I). McLucan
Marion C. II. S. C.
Who are our agents for the sale of our
(Jins and sell at our prices.
DANIEL Pit ATT GIN CO.
June 12th 1S77
juiio 23 ?b^'
ADHIMSI KA fi) IIS N0TIC1C
Parlies indebted to (.'urlis YouughjJod
deceased will make payment and dtose
having demands against him will priuiu
them duly attested to .lames F. Izlar, J^.j ,
AttV at Law at Orangcburg S. C. j
KEEP THE BALL A HOLLING
LEADER OF LOW PRICES.
An immense stock of
Staple and Fancy Dry Gccda
LI 1 JJ
Of which more next week,
6E0. H. C
I would respect fully inform my Friends and the Public in General
(hat I now receiving.tho Largest and Best Selected
Stock of Fall Goods
Rvc'r (dfered in this Market, consisting of
Dry CS-oods. Groceries, Hardware, Wood,
Willow, Glass and liina Ware.
BOOTS AND SHOES
A S| cciftlity, and I would especially bring to their nttention that I am
FINEST STOCK OF CLOTHING
Ever exhibited here, us also that I have opened a
. irLni-N'IT'UIITG DI^PARTMENT
Also a litte assortment 61"
SADDLES AND IIARXUSS
All of \\hhh will be .?ohl LOW DOWN for CASH, and everybody is
invited to convince himself of the Truth.
A Full Stock of PROVISIONS and BAGGING and TIES on hand.
COTTON and till COUNT It Y" PRODUCE always bought at Highest
Market Prices. Respectfully Yours
ft HO. IB. CMIKNKLSON.
The first class Companies ATLAN
TIC N1AC.IVA, und MOllf LK UN
Dr.LW'KlT LUS. me entitled to the
fullest confidence of jhe busihes pud
lie. They have stood the test of ninny
veurs, and are prompt in paving
.JOHN A. HAMILTON
? Aeent for Lire Insurance.
RUBBER RELTtNG j
I.'nrnn?hcd on short notice of any
width, 2in. 17cts. 3in. LJGefs. din.
34ets niii. -I2cts. Gin. 50cU; per foot
up to i-i in width.
Cano Mills and Boilers
2 Rollers, It) in; 830. 2 Kollers,
12 in;?o?. 3 Hollers 10 in; Sot).
BO Galls; 810. -10 Galls. 812. 50
Galls. 814. CO GaUs. 8l(>. SO Gulls.
818. 100 Galls 620.
J. A. Hamilton
Stager Seer Saloon
Ii. IL* JESSEN,
M(.M ASTER'S BRICK STORE.
Kcspeolfully informs tho Chi/ens of '
Oijingcburg and vicinity that he has opened
a first elans Saloon stocked with the best
good- the market nfiords.
Alsri will ?ipen on the first of September
next a first ejass Kating Sa'oon where meals
oan he procured at all hours of the day and
Sly goods and prices are guaranteed to
A call is respectfully solicited.
a"S 1? ,_J_]y_
The undersigned respectfully inforius the
Citizens of the Town and County that ho is
prepared to do up and make Mattresses on
the .-hortest notice. Also will conduct an
Upholstery business, l'rices will be as low *
as possible. Orders solicited.
3D 1' Tsr T T S T riY J
I>I1. 15. Fi MUCKENJ&'?SS'
Dentist ltooms over Store of Mr. Oyo. IT,