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Skating Rink.?Mr.'J. E. DeLorme,
of Columbia, S. C, will open a roller
skating rink at Way's Hall this even
ing. Lovers of the sport can take
notice and govern themselves accord
Gin House Burned.?Mrs. F. E.
Keller's gin house in Middle St.
Matthews was entirely destroyed by
fire last week. She l?st a number of
bales of cotton and all the machinery.
We did not learn how the lire originat
A Heavy Loss.?We regret to hear
of the serious loss sustained by our
friend, Mr. Jno. C. Reeves, of Branch
ville, last week. He had his entire out
buildings, together with the year's crop
of corn, fodder, &c, destroyed by fire
last Wednesday night week. This is a
More Shocks.?Last Thursday morn
ing at eight o'clock a distinct earth
quake shock was felt in Orangeburg.
The shock was very slight and lasted
only a second or two. The shocks
seems to be getting weaker and weaker
ard we confidently hope that ere long
they will cease altogether.
Important to Tax-Payers?For
the benefit of all concerned we are au
thorized to announce that the time for
Saying taxes will expire on the 15th of
?ecember, and that date will positively
be the last day. After that date the
penalty will be attached to all persons
who have failed to pay their dues.
The Beautiful Snow?Old winter
struck us in dead earnest last Friday.
On that day the cold wave arrived
promptly on schedule time, which was
followed Friday, Saturday and Sunday
nights by sleet, snow and rain until the
whole face of the country was covered
in a mantle of white. We hope the
freeze did not kill the young oats.
pneumonia.?We hear of considera
ble sickness in and around our town
from the above disease. We have had
splendid weather for bringing it on
during the past two or three weeks, and
people should be careful not to expose
themselves any more than they can
help. It is much easier to take pneu
monia than it is to get rid of it.
Trial Justices.?The Legislature is
about to reduce the number of Trial
Justices in our county from twelve to
six, and pay them a salary instead of
by fees as at present, if the plan will
reduce the expence of the system it
ought to be curried out. The bill to
make the change w,*us introduced into
the Legislature by T. M. Raysor, Esq.
A Good Appointment.?Maj. A. C.
Dibble has been elected Superintendent
of the St. Paul's Methodist Church
Sunday School in place of Capt. H. G.
Sheridan, who declined a re-election.
Maj. A. C. Dibble will make a most
efficient officer, and as the school had
to loose the valuable services of Capt.
Sheridan we are glad that so worthy a
successor was fouud.
Masonic.?At the anniversary meet
ing of Shibboleth Lodge, Xo. 28, A. F.
M., held last Tuesday night, the follow
ing officers were elected for the ensuing
Masonic year: T. O. S. Dibble, W. M.;
W. L. Glaze, S. W.; G. W. Brunson, J.
W.; T. Kohn, Treasurer; Henry Kohn,
Secretary; A. C. Dibble, S. D.; W. B.
Thompson, J. D.; J. L. Heidtman,
Tiller; W. L. Izlar and W. S. Stewart,
Tramps.?Tramps are on the tramp,
and walking is good. Before the snow
storm Orangeburg was getting her full
share. They are all men of health, and
robust looks, but do not want to work.
A wood pile will make the best of them
slide when asked to cut it for food.
People should look out for these tramps,
and not even give them a cold potato.
Let the dog have a bite, and send them
over the fence in a hurry.
Forest Ftkes.? Orangeburg was al
most surrounded by forest fires for
several days last week. They could be
seen in every direction, but so far we
have not heard of any material damage
done by them. The" long drouth that
we had had made these fires burn with
great rapidity and destructivenass to
frees and fences. The sleet and rain of
last Friday night however completely
extinguished them all, which was a
Too Serious to Joke About.?The
Palatka, Fla., Herald says : "People in
the earthquuke districts are so disgust
ed with the seismic disturbances that
they do not even shake hands now, as
it reminds them of their recent trouble."
Come, Brother Pratt, this earthquake
business is too serious a matter to joke
:about. If you want to know how they
make a fellow feel come over and spend
a month with us. They don't only
make a fellow shake hands but actually
makes him shake all over.
Good Wives, Observe.?In Man
chester, England, recently a gentleman
named Heron committed suicide by
taking strychnine because his wife
omitted to give him a birthday present.
There are sensitive husbands every
where. Xow that Christinas is near at
hand, good wives will take precautions
against losing their lords for want of
attention to their susceptibilities. "If
it had only been a penny cigar," wrote
the Manchester husband to his neglect
ful wife, "I should have prized it."
Declined a Re-Electiox.?Capt. II.
G. Sheridun who has been the efficient
and loved Superintendent of St. Paul's
Methodist Church Sunday School for
the past eight years, declined a re-elec
tion at the last Quarterly Conference.
Capt. Sheridan has given many years
of his life to Sunday School work, a.id
has accomplished much good among
the young. His declination is regret
ted by all connected with the St. Paul's
Sunday School, and the best wishes of
both teachers and scholars go with liim
in his retirement.
An Urgent Appeal.?If the foTj
lowing appeal which we clip from the
Barnwell Sentinel does not bring in the
delinquent subscribers of that journal,
Brother Bronson hud better cut them
off: "The Old Reliable has a nice fat
shoat for Christmas, he represents a
years subscription paid by a good color
ed Democrat; and for fearsome rascal
would steal him, wo have worn out at
the knees two pair of our last year's
crop of pants guarding him at night
with a shot gun. Will some liberal
white delinquent follow the colored
? OUR BREVITY BASKET^
Filled With Brief Mention of Many Minor
Events of the Week.
Last Monday was a typical December
A number of roofs in town leaked
badly during the past week.
Mince pies are now ripe, but if you
eat too much of them you can't sing
"Happy be thy dreams."
Gen. J. F. Izlar nov/ has the hand
somest residence in the county, and we
know no man that deserves it more.
Mr. Foster, whose predictions we
published on Nov. 25 last, hit the* nail
on the head. His snow storm came on
If our neighbor's estimate of us was
equal to our estimate of ourselves,
there would be no known imperfections
in human character.
Managers of Election and Clerks for
State polls at the late election will
please call at this office and get their
pay for such services.
In answer to enquirers we would
state that any subscriber to Tiie Times
and Democrat can get the Weekly
News and Courier at our clubbing rates
by paying up for both papers.
We did not attend the ten cent circus
that exhibited here last week, but if the
show inside the tent was no better than
the street show it was a poor affair.
"We publish this week a list of the
members of the' Conference and the
homes to which they have been assign
ed as a matter of general information.
When you hear a young man say the
"world owes him ? living," you can
make up your mind that he owes the
world's people enough to balance the
At the meeting of the State Bar Asso
ciation in Columbia last week, Gen. J.
F. Izlar was elected a member of the
General Council from the First Dis
We are under obligations to many of
our subscribers for a prompt settle
ment of their accounts. There are a
few still behind, who we hope will soon
The Legislature adjourned last Sat
urday as a mark of respect to the
memory of Gov. Perry, and the mem
bers embraced the opportunity to visit
We are sorry that the City Council
repealed the law prohibiting" the erec
tion of wooden buildings on certain
portions of Russell Street. It was a
good law, and should have been con
B. H. Moss, Esq., who has filled for'
the past two years most acceptably the
position of Clerk to the Board of Coun
ty Commissioners, deseiwes a unani
mous re-election, and we believe he
will get it.
The warm sunshine of Tuesday dis
solved the snow scene wherever it
touched and by night, save on the
North slopes of the housetops and
South sides of streets, the white cover
ing had almost all disappeared.
The House by a decisive vote Tues
day killed a bill to repeal the lien law,
which provided that it should take ef
fect immediately upon its ratification.
Perhaps one which will give a little
time to prepare for it will meet a differ-,
A philosophical editor sets down this
fact as the fruit of experience: "The
longer we run a newspaper and write
about people and events, the more we
realize how utterly impossible it is to
scratch every man on the spot that
itches the most."
We are indebted to our old friend,
Gen. Edward McCrady, Jr., for a copy
of Iiis address before the Association of
the Army of Northern Virginia deliv
ered, in the hall of the House of dele
?ites at Richmond, Va.. on Thursday,
Mr. D. H. Witherspoon has become
the sole proprietor of the Manning
Enterprise, having purchased the entire
paper of Mr. S. A. Nettles. We are
glad to know that the fraternity will
not lose Brother Nettles altogether. He
will still edit the Enterprise.
We are under obligations to the State
officials for their Annual Reports. They
all show a large amount of painstak
ing and faithful work in their compila
tion, and their recommendations, for
the most part, deserve the careful con
sideration of our law-makers.
Killed on the Track?An acci
dent occurred on the South Carolina
Railway at Branchville last Friday
which resulted in the death of Brake
man Gruber, of Charleston. Train 48,
which is the local freight train, was
standing on the main track of the Co
lumbia division, when engine 40, draw
ing an extra train, came down off the
Columbia division and ran into the
rear end of train 48, injuring Brakeman
Gruber so that he died shortly after
wards. A jury of inquest was em
panelled by Trial Justice Fairey, who,
after fully investigating the facts in
the case, returned a verdict that the
young man came to his death by an
List of unclaimed letters remaining
in the Post Office at Orangeburg, S, ('.,
lor the weekfending 1 )ec. 4,188G. Edward
Brunson, (col.), Solomon Carlos, Mrs.
Carrie Culler, Paris Darby, care of 11.
B. Wannamaker, Mrs. Essie Grice,
Daniel Hopkins, G. Asburry Harley,
King Harison, II. E. Hartzog, Miss
llosanuer Lewis, D. 1). Lenen, J. C.
Moore, (col.) care of E. C. Volentine, (i.
J. McLeod, Andrew McGreuan, N. A.
Kowalson. Juki; Salley, Anthonv Ta
tum, B. C. Taggart, W. W. Williams.
Persons calling for these Letters or
Postal Cards will please say|that they
"Beauty's Secret."?This is the
title of a thrilling story that will be
commenced by us next week. This
feature of our paper has become very
popular with our readers, and we take
pleasure in announcing that we have
made arrangements to continue it
during the next year. "Beauty's Se
cret" wil! be followed by others of
equal interest. These stories should
be read by all of our readers.
We Ark Opposed to It.?Bishop
P. F. Stevens advocates a marriage li
cense law. The Bishop is a good and
wise man but. we think he is off the
track on this matter. Marriage ought
to be free as possible, and the State
ought to encourage rather than hinder
so honorable an undertaking as two
young people seeking matrimony. Our
present laws on the marriage relation
can't be improved on.
The Anderson Intelligencer notes the
fact that there is a red headed colored
man in that county.
Thirty men were Instantly killed by
an explosion in Lemore colliery in
Durham, Eng:, Friday.
Four seaman and two steerage pas
sengers were killed on the steamer
Westerland by a bur wave during a
storm ou Novemoer 27.
On Tuesday night last an incendiary
was caught in the act of setting fire to
the town of Temple, Texas, and, at
tempting to escape, was killed.
At Portland, Me., on Tuesday night,
Mrs. Susan Willard, a middle-aged lady
was struck by lightning and killed in
her bed during a thunderstorm.
S. Mize, the confidential clerk of Mi
ner T. Ames, the millionaire coal mer
chant of Chicago, has got awav with
$100,000 of his employers money.
The City Council of Spartanburg has
placed the license for retailing spiritu
ous liquors at $1,000, the holder to give
bond for keeping an orderly place.
The schooner Edith, from St. Pierre
for Langlais, was sunk Sunday on a
reef near Miquelon Island. All the
crew, numbering thirteen, perished.
A gang of Chinese section hands at
Big Spring Texas, was waited upon by
about 50 masked men and cruelly tor
tured until they gave up their savings,
about SoOO in all.
W. C. Latimer, of Belton, has attract
ed some attention in Augusta by sever
al apparently earnest attempts to com
mit suicide. He says he was tempora
It took the United States army a long
time to conquer Geronima and his
band. But the Florida climate is fetch
ing them to the ground at the rate of
four per day.
Eight proprietors of second rate ho
tels and restaurants in Hartford, Conn.,
have been arrested for using oleomar
garine on their tables without display
ing the placard showing that it was
Polly Stump, aged 55 years, while re
turning to her home last evening, in
Reading, Penn., fell and broke her leg,
nearLenhartsville. She vainly endea
vored to crawl home and was found
frozen to death.
At Arkansas City, Kans., three bro
thers named Malpass after a trivial
quarrel with Esquire Raines, waylaid
and killed the latter as he was going
home. The Malpass boys were com
mitted to jail without bad. ;
Thomas Reddy was instantly killed,
and Hugh McGinnis was fatally injur
ed last week on the Ashland branch of
the Lehigh Valley railroad near Shenan
doah. Pa. They attempted to cross the
track ahead of an approaching train.
Bernard Ryan, aged 50 was burned to
death in his barn at Milltown, 'Me., on
Saturday night, while endeavoring to
save it from the flames. He was a vet
eran of the late war, had just purchased
the.property with back pension money.
The 25 cent circus played to poor bus
iness at Seneca City and left there de
nounced by the Free Press as a gang of
robbers and dead beats. It played" at
Greenwood on Friday and one of its
members dropped dead there of heart
disease. . _rJ>J.-^
In an affray in Pitts County, Xorth
Carolina, between Thomas Smith fed
John Dennis, the latter shot and killed
the former. The friends of Smith as
saulted Dennis and cut him nearly to
death with a large knife. It is not
thought that Dennis can recover.
Guiteau's curse comes to the front
again. Dr. Gray, who prononnced
Guiteau a perfectly sane man, has just
died, it is said, from the effects of an
attempt upon his life by an assassin.
The wife of Bill Jones, the avenger,
who attempted to murder Guiteau, has
quitted Bill and has refused to give
him more money for rum.
The Kentucky Democrats are making
an effort to prevent the re-appointment
of Mrs. Heim, postmistress at Eliza
bethtown. She is a sister of Mrs. Abra
ham Lincoln, and was appointed by
President Arthur. Her husband was
the Confederate General Ben Hardin
Helm, who was killed at Shiloh. Her
term of office expires in January next.
We learn from the Columbia Register
that Mr, J. W. Swann, of that city,
while out duck hunting Saturday on
Broad River, slipped on the sleet and
sufferred a fracture of both legs just
above the ankles. He was carried to
the city and surgical aid rendered. He
is doing very well and hopes to recover
at an early day, as his injuries are not
of a seriovs mature.
The Methodist Conference.?The
Annual Conference of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, South, will convene
on next Wednesday morning at St.
Paul's Methodist Church, in this place.
Eleven years ago, in 1875, this body of
Christian workers met in our town in
annual conference. Since that time
many changes have taken place both to
our community and to the members of
that body and some familiar faces will
be missed. About two hundred and
seventy-live delegates will be present.
The sessions, which are open to the
public, will be of great interest, and
will undoubtedly be largely attended
by our people regardless of "denomina
tion. In the name of our town we bid
all connected with the Conference a
warm and hearty welcome to our
homes. May this meeting be one ofAhe
pleasantest and most profitable in the
history of the Conference both to our
people and to its members.
How Some People Eat.?"Some of
our boarders make us weary of life,"
said a restaurant man, as lu; leaned his
head in the palm of his hand and
sighed, as he watched a hungry tramp
pass his beanery. "See that 250 pound
man going out of the door? Well, he
lias boarded witli us about three weeks,
and the only thing he eats during the
whole clay are three wheat cakes in the
morning and a slice of dry toast and
two baked potatoes in the evening.
Then there is the lean man. He comes
in and orders a 20-ccnt meal. "When he
gets through there isn't enough left on
the table to feed a humming bird. lie
eats all the bread in sight, collars the
pickles, calls for three plates of butter
and fills his pocket with tooth picks and
mutches. I think I'd rather be a coun
try editor than keep a restaurant si.e
Peter C. Brcnson, (under Way'3
Hall,) has perfected arrangements to
supply the trade and families, with
fruit and vegetables of all kinds, ap
ples, oranges, lemons, bananas, cab
bages, potatoes and onions.
List of the Delegates and the Home? to
Which the3' Hare Been Assign oil.
The following is the Directory of the
one hundred and first session of the
South Carolina Annual Conference,
Metnodist Episcopal Church, youth, to
convene at this place December 15th,
Bishop J C Granbery, D D,
Dr J G Wannamaker, Jr
Rev 0 P Fitzjerald. D D.W N Scovillc
Rev IG John, D D.J C Pike
Rev W C Dunlap,
J L Sims, at Mrs D Glover's
L D Palmer.Gen J F Izlar
Anderson, J Fletcher.E C Dibble
Arlail, W H.P G Cannon
Ariail, J W.C WPrescott
Atta way, John.J P Harle y
Attaway, A McSwain.W L Glaze
Anld, F..Mrs Margaret Albergotti
Avant, A P.Irvin S Harley
Baker, W B.J M Johnson
Banks, M L.Dr A S Hydrick
Barber, R W.J M Brunson
Beard, J E.J A Maxwell
Bcasley, J S.Mrs F A Dibble
Beaty, L F.G H Cornelson
Bellinger. L S.A M Salley
Berry, A F.R L Berry, at Mrs Howell's I
Bethea.S J.PG Cannon |
Bethea, HC.Aug Holman
Betts, WA.J H Fowles
Blssell, J C.W B Thompson
Boyd, J Marlon.:.J C Pike
Boyd, George M.Mrs F A Dibble
Boyd, D P.TKohn
Brabham, M M....F A Schiffley
Brown, D R.Robert Pooser
Brown, J W.D W Ayers
Browne, S H.W B Thompson
Browne, H B.Mrs D Glover
Calhoun, D A.A P Dantzler
Campbell, J B.T A Jeffords
Capers, W T.Dr J G Wannamaker, Jr
Carlisle, J M.Rev J E Carlisle
Carlisle, J E. " " " "
Carson, W.E A Davis I
Cauthen, A J.J A Inabinet
Chandler, J C.H Kohn
Chrietzberg, A M.T D Wolfe |
Chrietzberg, II F
E F Slater, at Orange burg Hotel I
Clarke, WA.W A Mellichamp
Clarkson. N B.Dr A S Hvdrick
Counts. J C.J M Hartzog |
Dagnall, R R.Irvin S Harley
Daniel, J W.B B Owen
Daniel. WW.J I> Livingston
Dantzler, D I).A P Dantzler |
Dantzler, D Z.Dr AV W Murray
Darby, OA.Mrs J D Moselev I
Dargan, M.T O S Dibble
Davis, J C.H Riggs
Dickson, J W.G W Brunson
Duflie, R L.
II C.Wannamaker, at J C Noland's
Duncan, AT M.B B Owen
Elkins, J W.JM Ilartzog
Elwell, SP II.D W Avers
Ferguson, M M.J II D?kes
Franks, R P.Mrs M A Edwards |
Friday, J M.L H Wannamaker
Frierson, J D.J C Bell
Gatlin, G W.W A Mellichamp
Gilbert. A A.Rev J Q Wertz
Gleaton. W C.J M Johnson
Grier, B M.W T Mullcrl
Grier, J E. " " "
Guess, BG.E C Dibbk
Harden, W M.C W Prcscott I
Harmon, G T.W N Scoville
Herbert, T G.W L Glaze
Herbert, W I." " "
Hodges, E T
Prof A Berg, at Orangeburg Hotel
Humbert, J W.K Robinson |
Mrs C L Stroman, at Mrs M A Edwards
Jackson, A W.:.H Riggs
Jackson, P B.J H Fowles
Johnson, L A.Robert Pooser
Jones, B G.E A Davis
Jones, S.J P Harley
Jones, S B.Rov J E Carlisle
Jones, W W.J H Dukes
Jones, R11.B Williamson
Kilgo, J T.Mrs M A Howcll
Kilgo, J C.H Kohn
Kirkland, W D
J L Sims, at Mrs D Glover's I
Kirton, W U.C G Dantzler
Kistler, PF.T C Hubbell
Lander, S.Gen J F Izlar
Lawton, W H.Rev W H Lawton
Leard, S.Rev T Raysor
Lester, A11.G H Cornelson
Ligon, T C.H G Sheridan, Jr
Little, L M.T C Hubbell
Little, J R.F S Dibble
Loyal, L C.J L Sims, at Mrs D Glover's
Loyless, E B.J B McMichael
Major, M H.Jerry Ri ley
Mann, C D.T A Jeffords
Martin, W.W N Scoville
Martin, W S.B F Slater
Mattison, J S.J A Inabinet |
McCain, IK.J S Albergotti
McKibben. M A
Dr L S Wolfe, at J C Noland's
McRoy, J W.J W Fairey
McLeod, S J.Mrs J D Moseley
Meadors, W P.Rev J Q Wertz
Melton, N K.B B Owen
Meynardie. E J.Dr A S Salley
Mood, H M.Hon S Dibble
Mood, J A.H C Stoll
Mood, W W.Hon S Dibble
Morris, T E.W C Moss
Munncrlyn, T W
Chas'P Brunson, at Mrs M A Howell's
Murray, J W......Julian A Salley
Murray, P A.W L Izlar I
Neely, J W.U G Sheridan, Jr
Nettles, A.Dr A S Hydrick
Neville, J J.W L Izlar
Odell, T C.Dr A S Salley
Oliver, R C.Mrs L M Snioak
Owen, John.J B Livingston
Pate, J T.Dr A S Hvdrick
Pegues, W L.J C Pike
Phillips, T P.D G Zeigler I
Pike. J M.J G Bell I
Platt, J B-.Mrs L M Smoak
Pooser, M H.I L Heidtman
Pooser, G II.,.I G Postell I
Porter, J A.C G Dantzler
Porter, J S
C F Bryant, at Mrs J D Moselev's
Power, W C.Rev J E Carlisle
Price, E G.Miss Jane S Siflcy
Pritcbard, C H.Miss A Aldert
Raysor, T.Rev T Raysor
Richardson, W It.T A Jeffords |
Rogers, W A.Hon S Dibble
Rowel!, C I).I C Bell
Rushton, J E.F 11 W Briggmann
Seale. 1) W
Peter C Brunson, at Mrs Howell's j
Shipp, A M.N A Bull
Shuford, J L.Mrs Marg't Albergotti
Sillcy, J L.Miss Jane S Siilev
Smart, R 1).Julian A Salley
Smith; .1 F.I C Nolaud
Smith, A C.Hon S Dibble
Smith, CB.Dr W W Murray
Stafford, A J.G W Brunson
Steadman, J M.A M Salley
Stokes, A J.Rev T Raysor I
Stokes. J L.W C Moss
Stoll, J C.II (' Stoll
Thomas, W.Mrs F A Dibble
Tiller, D.Rev D Tiller
Traywick, J B.Mrs F A Dibble
Vaughan, S 1).E <: Dibble
AV'addell, G H.Ihl W Bowman
Walker, G W.T B Whaley
AValker, A C.T 0 S Dibble
Walker, A W
W Willcock, at J C Noland's
Wannamaker, T E.J C Pike
Watson. J E.S R Mellichamp
Watson, G P.J M Brunson
Watson, E 0.AM Salley
Weber, S A.J S Albergotti
Wells, RN.J ? Noland
Whitaker, II W.W Sawyer
Whitaker, G R. "
Wiggins, C E.Dr S A Reeves
Wightman. W S.Rev W II Lawton
Williams, W W.Mrs D Glover
Willson, J 0.H C Stull
Wilson. J B.D II Marchant
W?lling, J W.T D Wolfe
Wood, J A.F Oopes, at Mrs L M Smoak's
Wood, L.B Williamsons
Workman,.! J.A B Walker
Wroton, W B.Mrs M A Edwards
Yonguc. .J C.Dr S A Reeves
S S Blan?hard.F S Dibble
MMBoyd.J P Bar ley
A B Stephens.G W Branson
FD Way.Miss A Aldert
A W Atta way.Jerry Riley
M L Carlisle.Rev J E Carlisle
C W Creighton.E C Dibble
M G Hook.D H Marclmnt
WPKirton.J P Barley
JA Rice.HG Sheridan
LAY DELEGATES AND LAY MEMBERS OF
Abney, Dr E S
Mrs Adden, at E C Dibble's
Allison, R E.C G Dantzler
Austin, W Y
T M Raysor, at E C Dibble's
T M Raysor, at E C Dibble's
Blake, W K.WjN Scoville
Boozer, AM.LH Wannamaker
Breeden, J F
W Pembroke Branson, at J C Noland's
Carraway, J F
J A Bamilton, at E C Dibble's
Connor, W M.Dr J G Wannamaker, Jr
Counts, J H
Chas P Branson, at Mrs M A Bowcll's
Consar, WTD.I A Inabinet
Oovington, F F.Gen J F Izlar
Dibble, A C.Mrs F A Dibble
Dibble, V C. " " " "
Dixon, R 0
W Pembroke Branson, at J C Noland's
Dusenbury, S S
C R Jones, at J C Noland's
Fike, C L.G B Cornelson
Kuller, II F.J A Inabinet
Glaze, WL.WL Glaze
Glenn, J L.Ud W Bowman
Gore, TB.D B Marchant
Graham, T A.J A Maxwell
Hoffmeyer, G.B B Owen
Izlar, L T.B P Izlar
Peter C Branson, at Mrs Howell's
.Jennings, R II.J S Albergotti
Kirkiand, N F.Rev W II Lawton
Roger, Ira M
Mrs C L Stroman, at Mrs Edwards
Leech, JE.J L Evans, at B B Owen's
Lesley, W A.R II Wiles
Lyon, .1 F.J S Albercotti
Major, R W.JBMcMichael
McLeod, R Y
Dr M G Salle)', at Mrs Moselev's
McDonald, M E.Dr A S Saliey
Mood, J R.H CStoll
Murray, J J.J W Fairey
Newton, II B.W C Moss
Pearcc, J F.Rev W II Lawton
J L Sims, at Mrs D Glover's
Pon, W L.Gen J F Izlar
Purdy, R 0... .F Copes, at Mrs L M Smoak's
Riley, OB.Aug Holnian
Rushton, J M.S E Owen, atB B Owen's
Scudday, H G.F A Schiffley
Shoemaker, I T.I) II Marchant
Bhulor, W M.J W Fairey
Sitten, M X.G 11 Cornelson
Smith, D A
E F Slater, at Orangehurg Botel
Stanley, J C.K Robinson
Tanner, A.BF Slater
Walte, W L.T B Wlialey
Watson, AB.Mrs A II Smoak
Williams, A E.II 0 Sheridan
Williams, Geo W.N A Bull
Wood3, CA.Dr A S Salley
Wright, J B G.T Kohn
Albergotti, J S?R II Jennings, .IF Lyon,
J K McCain, S A Weber.
Albergotti, Mrs Marg't?F Auld, J L Shu
Aldert, Miss A?C II Pritchard, F D Way.
Ayers, I) W-J W Brown, S P II Elwe'll,
J F Pearce.
Bell, J C-J A Clifton, J D Frierson, J M
Pike, C D Rowell.
Bowman. I W?J L Glenn, G H Waddell.
Briggman, F K W?J E Rushton.
Branson, G W?J W Dickson. A J Stafford.
A B Stephens.
Brunsou, J M?R W Barher, G P Watson.
Bull, N A-A M Shipp, D. D., G W Wil
Cannon, P G?W H Arlail, S J Bethea.
Carlisle, Rev J E?J E Carlisle, J M Car
lisle, M L Carlisle, W C Power, S B
Jones, D D.
Cornelson, G II?L F Beaty, C L Fike, A
II Lester, M N Sitton.
Dantzler, A P?D A Calhoun, D D Dantz
Dantzler, C G?R E Allison; W II Kirton,
J A Porter.
Davis, E A?W Carson, B G Jones.
Dibble. Mrs FA?J S Beasley, G M Boyd,
A C Dibble, V C Dibble, W Thomas.
J B Tray wick.
Dibble, S-H M Mood, W W Mood, W A
Rogers, A C Smith.
Dibble, FS?S S Blannhard, J R Little.
Dibble, E C?J F Anderson, B J Guess, C
W Creighton, S D Vaughan; Dr E S
Abney, by Mrs Adden; W Y Austin,
by TM Raysor; R S Beckham, by T M
Raysor; J F Carraway, by J A Hamil
Dibble, T 0 S-M Dargan, A C Walker,
Dukes. John II?M M Ferguson, W W
Edwards, Mrs M A?R P Franks, W II
W'roton; W Hutto and Ira M Koger, by
Mrs C L Stroman.
Fairey, J W-T J Clyde, J W McRoy, J J
Murray, Dr W M Sliuler; II F Chrietz
bcrg and D A Smith, by E F Slater; E
T 1 lodges, by l'rof A Berg.
Fowles, .1 II?W A Betts, P B Jackson.
Glaze, W L?A M Attaway, W L Glaze, T
G Herbert, W I Herbert.
Glover, Mis D-1111 Browne, W W Wil-1
liams; W C Dun lap, W D Kirkiand, L
C Loyal, Chas Pcttv, by .1 L Sims.
Barley, J P-.J Attaway, M M Boyd, S
.loin s, W P Kirton.
Barley, Irvin S-A P Avant, It It Dagnall.
Hartzog. .1 M ? J C Counts, .) W Elkins.
Hcidtman, .1 L?M JI Poosci.
Hobnan, Agustus?II C Bctliea, 0 13 Riley.
llowell. Mrs M A?J T Kilgo; A F Berry,
by It LBerry: DWScale ami W Jef
fries, by Peter U Branson; J 11 Counts
and T W Mununcrlyn, by Chas P
llnbbell, T C-P F lustier, 1. M Little.
Hydride, Dr A S-M L Banks, X B Clark
sun, A Nettles, J T Pate.
Inabinet, J A?A J Cauthen, W T 1) Cou
sar, II F Fuller. .1 S Mattison.
Izlar, Gen .1 F?F F Covington, S Lander,
L D Palmer, Or \V L Pou
Izlar, IIP?LT Izlar.
Izlar, W L? P A Murray, J .1 Seville.;
.Jeffords, T A?.1 U Campbell, W D Mann,
\V R Richardson.
Johnson, .1 M?WB Baker, W CGleaton.
Kulm, II?I C Chandler, .1 (' Kilgo.
Kuhn, T? D P Boyd, Dr J B C Wright.
Lawton, Rev W H?Dr X F Kirkiand, W
II Lawton, .) F Pearce. WS Wightuian.
Livingston, .1 B? W W Daniel, John Owen.
.Marchant, D 11?T II Gor.\ M G Hook, I
TShoemaker, .J B Wilson.
Maxwell, .1 A?.1 F, Heard, T A Graham.
McMichael, .1 B?E BLoylcss, It W Major.
Melliclianip, W A?W A Clarke, G W Cat
Mellichamp, S R?J E Watson.
Moseley, Mrs .1 D-0 A Darby, S J Mc
Leod; R Y McLeod. by Dr M G Salley;
J S Porter, by R F Bryant.
Moss, "TV C-T E Morris, H H Newton,
M?ller, W T-B M Grier, .1 E Grier.
Murray, Dr W W?D Z Dantzler, C
Noland, J C?R N Wells, J F Smith; J
Breeden and R 0 Dixon, by W Pemb
Brunen; R L Duffle, by H C Wanna
maker; S S Dusenbury, by C R Jones:
M A McKibben, by Dr L S Wolfe; A
W Walker, by W Willcock.
Owen, B B-J W Daniel, W M Duncan, G
Hoffmeyer, N K Melton; J E Leech, by
J L Evans; J M Rush ton, by S E
Pike, J C-J M Boyd, I G John, D D, W
L Pegues, T E Wannamaker.
Pooser, Robert?D R Brown, L A Johnson
Posteil, J G-G II Pooser
Prescott, C W-J W Ariail, W M Harden.
Raysor, Rev T?S Leard, T Raysor, A J
Reeves, Dr S A?C E Wiggins, J C Ton
Riggs, H?J C Davis, A W Jackson.
Riiey, Jerry?A W Attaway, M H Major.
Robinson, K?J W Humbert, Jo Stanley.
Salley, Dr A S?ES Meynardie, M E Mc
Donald, T C Odell, C A Woods.
Salley, A M?LS Bollinger, J M Steadman,
SaUcy, Julian A?J W Murray, R D Smart.
Sawyer, W?II W Whitaker, G R Whita
Schiffley, F A?M M Brabhaiib H G Scud
Scoville, W N-W K Blake, 0 P Fitzger
ald, DD.GT Harmon, W Martin.
Sheridan, H G-Dr A C Williams, J A
Sheridan, H G Jr?T C Llgon, J W Neely.
Sltley, Miss J S?E G Price. J L Sifley.
Slater, B F?W S Martin, A Tanner.
Smoak, Mrs A H?A B Watson.
Smoak, Mrs L M?R C Oliver, J B Platt; R
0 Purdy and J A Wood, by F Copes.
Stoll, H C-J A Mood, J R Mood, J C Stoll,
J O Willson.
Thompson, W B?J C Blssell, SU Browne.
Tiller, Rev D-D Tiller.
Walker, A B?J J Workman.
Wannamaker, Dr J G Jr?Bishop J C
Granbery, W T Capers, DD, WM
Wannamaker, L H?A M Boozer, J M Fri
Wertz, Rev J Q?A A Gilbert, W P Mea
Whaley, T B?W L Waite, G W Walker.
Wiles, RII-W A Lesley.
Williamson, B~R H Jones, L Wood.
Wolfe, T ??A M Chrielzberg, J W Woll
Zeigler, D G-T P Phillips.
The Board of Missions will meet at the
Methodist Church, Tuesday, Dec. Uth, at
10 o'clock, A. M.
Committees of Examination will meet as
follows at same hour:
For Admission, at Methodist Church.
First year, at Methodist Church.
Second vear, at the olllce of Izlar &
Third year, at office of Moss & Dantzler.
Fourth year, at ofliceof Moss& Dantzler.
'TIS WORTH TRAVELLING for to see
the busy store of Theodore Kohn, to
hear the hum of voices, to mingle with
the moving throng, to listen to the
comments on the goods and see the
people buy. Xo where is merit mor2
appreciated than iu the city of Orange
burg. Xo where does merit sooner
meet or better meet reward. Xo where
is greater effort made to sell exception
able bargains than by Theodore Kohn.
Bargains in Silks; Bargains in Cloaks:
Bargains in Calicos; Bargains In Blank
ets; Bargains in Carpets; Bargains in
Clothing; Bargains in Shoes.
(Jo for bargains for all kinds of Dry
Goods to Theodore Kohn. *
TO the FlUENDS and patrons of
the Late T. W. Albergotti:?Mrs.
T. W. Albergotti wishes to return
thanks for the patronage received by
her husband and herself in the past;
and she would respectfully solicit a
continuance of their patronage, as she
will have fresh bread, rolls, &c, for sale
at the old stand until further notice.
She would call attention to a fresh lot
of holiday supplies, Candies, Fancy
Goods, &c. A line of Millinery Goods
on hand also, all of which will be of
fered as low as possible for cash.
If to see is to believe, it will be only
your fault if you don't call at Jos. Eros'
and be convinced that it is the place io
get almost anything in the way of fan
cy and Christmas goods at earthquake
prices. Of the following goods I have
certainly the largest stock and variety,
Toys, Dolls, "Wagons, Velocipedes, Pic
ture Frames, Books, Music, Albums,
Workboxes, China, Glass and Silver
ware, more Christmas and Xew Year
cards and prettier than ever. Don't fail
to call at Jos. Eros' also for liaisons,
Figs, Nuts, etc._
To be happy and make others happy
this Christmas will be only possible by
calling and getting things in general
from Jos. Eros. It is the place for
beautiful presents of all kinds, suitable
for young and old, rich or. poor. There
are too many things to enumerate,
but for Toys or Dolls, Candies, Figs,
Nuts, Raisins, or anything nice or pret
ty, "don't be a clam," but call at Jos.
Eros' for it, and don't put it off too late,
There will be given away books of
poetrv and sentiments, also beautiful
Christmas and Xew Year Cards, to
buvers of no matter how small an
amount at Joseph Eros' during this
month. Toys. Dolls. Wagons. Books,
Pictures, Albums. Writing Desks,
Work Boxes, iu fact the largest variety
of Christmas presents. Also Candies,
li'aisins. Figs, Nuts, and things to
make every body happy at Jos. Eros'.
To the Ladies. Mrs. L. M. Smoak
begs to inform her friends and the
public generally that her stock of Mil
linery ami Fancy Goods this season is
the largest ami handsomest she has
ever offered. Site receives a great va
riety of (lowers ami novelties all
thrcugh the season, and all orders -.'n
trusted to her will receive prompt and
careful attention. Prices to suit the
Ciin- for side Hviutachft.
For proof that Dr.Gnnn's Liver Pills
cures Sick Headache, ask your Orug
gist for a free trial package. Only one
for a dose. Regular size boxes,25 cents.
Sold by Dr. J. (!. Wannamaker.
Ik you suffer pricking pains on mov
ing the eyes, or cannot bear bright
light, and' lind your sight weak and
failing, you should promptly use Dr.
J. II. McLean's Strengthing Eye .Salve.
25 cents a box. For sale by Dr. J.G.
Harry C. Stoll, Jr., respectfully begs
to announce that he keeps constantly
on hand a full line of fresh Groceries
for fumilv use A call is solicited.
Uarry C. Stoll, Jr., P. W. Bull's Old
Cow feed in Wheat, Bran., Brewery,
Grain and Rice Flour for sale at Harry
C. Stoll, Jr.