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Knrckft Ohnpter No, 13. R.% A.\ M.v
Will meet during the present Masonic year
nt tlie Ilmtal hour*, tho followin datea:
?April 27th, Mav 2?th, .Tune
2nd, August 24th, September 21st, October
19th. Nnrember 10th, Ucccinber 14th.
S. IHHIU.K, M. K. II. 1?.
Gl?. W. F.nrNsoN, Sec.
Shibboleth Lodge No. 28. A '. V.: uY ?
"Will meet each Ttieadhv at 7 o'clock,
from 1st Oct. tolRt April nn<l at 8 o'clock
from 1st April to 1st October on the follow
ing dates, May .Sth. June 5th, July 3d;
August 7th, September -1th. October 2d,
November ?th, l>eecmber. 4th.
JAS. F. IZI.AR, W.M.
?r.a, W. BrUNSOX, See.
may 29 187? 7m.
x. o. o. r.
Ktliate Lod^e Xo- 8?.?Meets at Odd
FvIIowh Hall, every Friday evening at 8
o'clock, from 20th March to 20th Sept. and
at 7J o'clock from "JOlli Sqit. to 20th Mnrcb.
JA MRS F IZLAK X. O.
F. nr. MA KS, Sec
lieberen Lodge?Meets ?S o'clock every
second Wednesday after mile dav,
JA MKS l< l/.LAK X. O.
Thin body meets June 8, Sept. 7, Dec. 7.
Mayors Court, held whenever occasion
SONS oF TK 31I?K11A N CK.
Orangeburg Division Xo. 24, meets every
Monday evening in the bewement of die
South Carolin? Itailroatl.
okkk'k norm* at ok.vn?kiu i.o m>:i*oT.
From 8 o'clok A. M. to 2' 1*. M. From
li\ uVloek P. M tooj P. M.
< load* received and deliveretl only during
IT. 311". I'. A.? ltooms on Itufscll
Street next 0? W. K. < "rook's Store'.
I'-usioess Meeting? Fourth Tlmivd >y in
each montli ai Hi r. m. Prayer Meetings ?
Kveiy Sunday afternoon ill l?.l oVIock, fora
ball' liMiir only, ;in<i every Thursd >y even
ing at St oYl?ck.
AK?MI.M KK OI.OYKK, IWulent.
W. It. TttOMCSOV, Secretory.
lud i e ml en I Young America Fire Kn
? inc Cuitl|tA 113 -*l tegular l'nrndc.? l'nostlay
vi IteAii?tin after first Monday in eat Ii month.
Regular Meeting--At Company Hall
Wednesday evening after lirsl Monday in
? yel month.
J. 1.- MK1I>TM \S. Seere'ary..
Ivlistu Itillcs ?Uegttlar Parade?Tuesday
nftermxni after so-iiiid Monday in January,
April, July. Ormbcr.
I tegular Meeting* -Same evening of pa
S ?tiitpan?- Drill ?Trt^lay .vvvithig after
(CCtftld Moinlav Pleach MHmiIh.
.S. 11 P.P.I. l\
F. S. Itlltltl.K. S?vretary.
IVO C A Tu .
In co ?? (notice ? .<* colli't we present
Olilv u Mt#l.\ ? '?? ..1' news this week.
The Full mule is gradually in
Head no'ice in relation to witnesses
?Sorgt. L. II. Wttnimniakcr adver
tises a matter of interest to metnhers
of the Ed is to lli/lcs,
- ? ? ? ? ?
A tremendous rain fell here on
Wednesday night. Yesterday, how
ever, was a most lovely day
If you want cheap ami fresh gro
t-erics call on John Inabinct at
Crook's old stand.
Dave Palmer has removed bis shop
to the brick bouse opposite Mr.
Jliggs's where he will be prepared to
do work cheap.
Mr. II. K. 11 art zog has opei.cd a
grocery and liquor ci-tahlishmont
opposite Mutier's old stand. Fur
bargains call on him.
-.? tm ? ? ?
A copy of the minutes of the Y. L.
M. A. Society of a previous meeting
was t found this week nnd shall be
published (orsuch us can be) in out
Air. John .Schnellte has replenished
his store and ?fters to the public a
full line of dry goods, shoes, groceries,
&c. lie sells cheap, 'rive him a
3 congratulate Dr. T. K. Malone
nl* ''1 his re-election us Clerk and
1'Usurer of the Council. He is a
??itliful aM(l efllcient oflicer, aud is
thorOUg),ly acceptable s> the people.
Vc nre requested to state that th e
E".istb Rifles, Copt. S. Dibble's, com
pany will parado on Tuesday aftcr
uo|on at 3o'clock. Also meet on same
evening at half-past seven o'clock.
^Icmbcrs will r.lease take notice.
j Dr. A O. Dukes has just receive-d
I n iargolotof fancy candies which lie
is offering low down for cash- Sher
rod is just the. fellow to give you
satisfaction. Call on him at Dr.
Mr, John Dnnner showed us
through Cornelson's furniture room s
on Thursday and, v.o are now satitfied
that one can buy t.hora in this lino
cheaper than ill Charleston. Examine
Mr. James Cannon, Sr., has orna
mented his front with a nice sign
which one cannot help notice while
passing down Main street. Mr. C, is
dii old resident workman and will
give satisfaction to all who patronize
Our friend Bill (as everybody call.-*
him) is now receiving fresh supplies
for the inner-man. Frank Is always
at his post to dispose of these goods
in the most gentlemanly and accom
modating manner, and at the most
reasonable prices. Oh ! Crook's the
place we menu.
We arc told, on all sides, by those
who have tried him, that Dr. Li. S.
Wolfe does all work in his line in
the most satisfactory manner. And
in addition In the above we are con
fident that no one will ever leave Dr.
Wolfe's olAce d'spleased either with
his work or charges. He still holds
forth over the late F. K/.ekiel's stoic
on Russell street. Give hint a call.
As we passed through the store of
J. 0. i'ike & Co., we observed Mr.
Moseley marking down the prices of
goot.s, and the idea occurred to us
that ? ??vre must have been a groat re
duction in prices somewhere to war
rant such an net. However, as the
above firm has the reputation ohsell
ing thcii goods ?ow down we judge
that they intend hereafter to offer
them at lowci pricestliuu ever. Give
lb em a enlk
mil' ? ? ? Ml
f>PKCIAI. IUC/.1 (,/Oi'S SKIiVlCES?
Cutler the auspices of the Young
en's Christian Association will be
conducted by Mr. John Roth well,
commencing at the Methodist Church
on Monday evening at half-past seven
o'clock. The public, especially the
young of the community, are earn
estly and [cordially invited to attend
these services. Those having the
Moody and Sail key hymn book arc
requested to bring them to each ser
?>.?. ? ii --
Captain F. II. W. Briggmann
greets his many friends through the
columns of this morning's Times.
The Captain is well knowu to our
people, and needs no introduction
from us; but as he has such an excel
lent restaurant we tin tight it would
not be out of place to hint to our
friends to drop in and take a plate of
oysters, &v. His place beats any
thing of the kind in Charleston.
Reference, therefore, to his advertise
ment is re.pi estcd.
/. k. 11.?
Who is it that docs not know this
gentleman, by reputation at least ?
It was he who kept us from dying of
anxiety during the weary days of
South Carolina's dual government, by
his full and 'complete reports to the
Ne/rs and (jfturt'er of the events then
transpiring in Columbia. It will be
remembered that "J. K. B." furnish
ed us each day with tho proceedings
of Bond's Court, the mimics of the
Mnckoy House, the attempted legis
I lation by the Senate, and tho lofty
j and dignified hearing of the Wallace
! or constitutional House of Rc.presen
I tatives. '1 hh was heavy work, and
j how "J. K. B." got over bo much
ground upon such short legs is enex
plicable to us. But ho did it, and
who is it iu Orangeburg County
that would not like to shake warmly
by the hand this enterprising repor
ter, and bid him a God-speed. He
is now in attendance- upou Judge
' Cook's court.
Accommodation that is not accom
modation is that practised by the
poutli Carolina Railroad. They en
gage to take yon to Charleston and
back on excursion trains for ono faro
of $3 50. Thi% is thought..to be,a
great point with impecunious persons,
but you can go to Charleston and re
turn any time for the same price,
On the regular passenger train, the I
faro io ride in a second-class car to
Charleston and back is $8 50. The
same kind of cars arc run on the
excursion trains. There is no dif- !
ferciice in the price. It is only in
[? . . A ,~> ?? . ,|
? ? ? mm
The f<illowing officers " were in
stalled on Monday right last, by the
1). G. \V. 1*. to mtvc Ornogcburg
Division No. 24 Sons of 'Jemperanoc
for the ensuing quarter:
\V. P.? L. 11. Wannamaker.
W. A.? Mrs. It. 11. Wiles.
R. S?G. A. Neu Her, Jr.
A. K. 8.?Miss I,. T. Danner.
F. S.?A. E. Glover.
Treas.?Dr. Tho?. A. Elliott
Chap.?Jas. A. Williams.
C.?J. G. MeKcwn.
A. C.?Miss Georgia Norris.
I. S3.?I. M. lirunson.
O. S.? Dr. T. K. Muhme.
1?. W. P.?J. S3. Albcrgntti.
the haptist c ova mu
lt, is with pleasure we observe seve
ral splendid improvements in what
has been hitherto kuiwn us the
Woikhfj i hnttiHH, a weekly Bliptiat
paper, published in Columbia , by Mr.
C. M. McJunkin. The name of the
paper has been changed to the more
pleasing one of J3ttpti*t Courier, and
there has been a marked improve
ment jill its matter and general ap
pearance. A uothcr stride forward is
in securing the services of ltev, J. L.
Reynolds, Ilichard Furman, J. C.
Iliden and J. A. Cham bliss as cor
responding editors. The Jlaptixt
Courier in the only organ of that de
nomination in South Carolina, and
the i apti.-ts of the Statte should tally
c.i >no.<st to its support with the cash.
a jut11.lia xv Tun mm?
A. J. E. Mingo, Lewis End?, Mt-lch
er E.ids mid Jim Hair, were inJictj 1
for grand larceny at the May term of
the court for this year, and wore tried,
but a mistrial (in their ease having
been reported by the petit jury, the
matter came jup again on Thursday
The defendants were represented
by Know!ton & Wannamaker and
! the State by Malcolm '. Browning,
j Esq. Judge. Knowlton's speech is
spoken of as ingenious, eloquent,
and effective. After an exhaus
tive effort on the part of Mr.
Browning for the State, the case was
given to the jury on Thursday about
one or two o'clock 1*. M.. which sat
the day out and all of the night fol
io ning, and reported a verdict of
"not guilty" as to all the defendants
on Friday morning. J udge Knowl
toil may be justly proud ol bis success
in this case. Under all tho circum
stances it was a victory indeed.
"lleavcu lies about u.s in our iu
faiioy,"? ? Worthworlh, And, on the
oilier bund, the. world lie about us
when wo grow older. Did ? ur read
ers ever think how willing people are
to speak just as bad as they can of
others, though when they themselves
get into some little trouble, they are
a.-toni>hed if others speak of them,
just as they have done of others all
their lives. "Ci: ctinistauccs alter
cases," and people bcldom think ol
other's feelings, but are ready nt all
times to put the worst possible mean
ing to everything in speaking of the
unfortunate. While Heaven Mioylie
about us in our infancy, everyone
knows that almost everyone elso is
ready to lie about us us we grow older.
Suth is human nature, and Mich has
it always been. What a world this
would be would everyone mind his
own busiucss. What a world this
would be would each have more
charity; put themselves in their
neighbor's plnco, and, when speaking
of others, tell the truth, neither add
ing to or taking from what they know
is the truth. And then how ugjy it
is to be showing the blackness of
your soul by retailing lies from bouse
to house. "I wouldn't do so and so,"
whereas if the truth could bo pub
lished you have done worse. Women,
too, fair ns some of them are, are
newsmongers and liars, and their
houses "the way to hell, going d > wn
to the chambers of death."
It is with pleasure we call the at
tention of our people to the double
column advertisement of the South
ern Calendar Clock Company in this
issue, and are certainly gratified to
know we have dealings with gentle
men that arc recommended as high
ly as the following paragraph from (the
Sparta 7'iW.iof the 7*th of Septem
ber and the press every where they
have hfcn. We have one ofthcii
clocks iu our sanctum, and have no
hesitancy in advising all who want
good time to look out for the accom
modating salesman, Mr. W. F.
j Wetland Esq. Mr. J. M Boon is
also salesman for the above Compa
ny- To get a Calendar Clock they
I propose to do a one price business, so
I .. .
an wno purchese may rest assured
they are not imposed on and will
lind it to their advantng" to patron
ize lloh'.o 1 adustry :
"We hear from Superintendent
Fngman that the whole force which
has been working iu this Section fir j
the past ihice months, introducing
this populur clock, will remove their i
headquarters'to Blackville, S. S., the \
j^cscnt week. Mr Fngman and his ;
pIcitFnnt family have become as."our
own. people" during their sojourn
here, and it will be like the depar
ture of old friends to see them leave.
The same may be said of the agents
of the company, who have by their
curtesyaud general cleverness, made
many friends all through this and the
Since coming to Sparta, about
three months ago, this company has
disposed of about four hundred of
these splendid (docks, and we hear
the most favorable reports from them
in every quarter.< We have one in
our office, and onetour residence an I
don't Dee how we could get along
without them. They are easily regu
lated; and give ^us a time-piece that
we. can always rely on for correctness.
And then the calendar is such n
great convenience. V '?y, some
people loose time enough looking at
the almanac in a few years to pay
for a Fashion Clock.
From the tone of the press of oth
er sections' in regard to this compa
ny and their clocks, we were 1c 1 to
speak in very high terms of both
when they first made Sparta head
quarters; and we haven't goto word
to take back. For business tact,
sobriety and gentlemanly benring we
have found all of them to'come up
to the highest standard. They arc
Southern raised gentlemen; the
company is a Southern institutiui,
and they work for permanent repu
tation iu their section. It is quite
different from the work of Northern
adventurers, who from time to time
swoop down on our unsuspecting
people, gobble up a fortune by Fomo
humbug, and then hide away up
North again, out of reach, when re
dress is sought.
Wi heartily commend the rep re
seid a lives of this company to the
people of our sister State, and can
assure them that they can find in
their Superintendent and his excel
lent corps of travelling agents gen
tlemen in every sense of the word
courteous, clever and reliable on the
transaction of their business, and
well calculated to become popular iu
the social walks of life. We only
hope they may make as many friends
everywhere as they have in our town
The company has most favorab'e
testimonials from many of our best
citizens, which, when the list is more
complete will he published.
It is said that old Ben Butler was
more visibly affected at the sight, of
Morton than was tho President, and
J for some time after leaving the Sena
tor's presence was unable to com
mand his voice. The dying man must
havo presented a very piteous sight
if Butler's supply of tMk wa3 choked i
Ever since Eve's incautious ex
perience in the CJnrden of Eden,
Ihibics have been the institution. Pet
ted by men and loved by women,
their baby life would be an absolute
ly happy existence, but for those
evidences of mortality exhibited in
Colic, Flatulency, etc.,?all bappill
relieved at once, however, by the
prompt use of Dr. Hull's Baby Syrup.
Sold everywhere, at 20 cents.
Hold by Dr A.C. Dukes.
Dr. A. C. Dukks is giving
away a handsome book entitled
"Pearls for the Peeple," containing
much valuable information and many
interesting articles. Jt also contains
si history of the discovery of the
"Hepatine;" for diseases of the liver,
dyspepsia, contispatioti and indiges
tion, c*c., and gives positive assur
ance that when the Hepatine is used
it effects a permanent and lasting cure
of these diseases, which prevail to
such an alarming extent in our
country. Take the Hepatine for all
diseases of the liver.
\\'oxi>i:j:fi tl success?
It is repotted that Boschee's Ger
man Syrup has, since its introduc
tion in the United Hintes, reached
the immense sale of 40,000dozen per
year. Over 0,0)0 Druggist have
ordered this medicine direct front the
Factory, tit \Y??odbury, N. J.; and
not one has reported a single failure,
but every letter speaks of its aston
ishing success in curing severe
Coughs, Colds settled on the Breast,
Con.Miinptio'n, or any disease of the
Thront and Lungs, Wc advise any
person that has any predisposition to
weak Lungs, to go to their Druggist?
-and get this Medicine, or inquire
about it. llegular size, 7~) cents:
Sample Bottle, 10 cents. Two do
ses, will relieve tiny case. Don't ne
?licet votir coU'h when von can get
the above remedy from Dr. A. C
sc. uicity o/?' moxe}'?
There is no doubt but the pesentl
condition of all kinds of business and
industry is ^fearfully depressed, ami
it behooves every family to look care
fully to their expenses. Winter is
coming on when children arc liable
to croup, whooping cough, etc. Cough
and colds will prevail everywhere,
and consumption, with other throat
ami lung diseases will carry off many.
These diseases should not be neglect
ed. Doctors bills are expensive, ami
we would advise our people to use
Boschee's German Syrup. It never
has failed. One bottle at 7"> cent"
will keep your whole family well
during the winter. Two doses will
I relieve any case. Sold in all towns in
j the United Stales, and by your Drug
gists, Dr. A. C Dukes.
ai> vwe GRATIS?
The Hon. Alexunler II. Stevens
says :?"The Globe Flower Cough
Syrup has proven a most valuable
remedy to me."
Oov. 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
lung affections." ?
Ex-Gov. Brown, of Ga., says: "He
finds the Globe Flower Cough Syrup
a most excellent remedy."
Such endorsement by our great and
good men deserves the attention of
the afllicted. Those suffering from
cough, colds and lun affections
should use the Globe Flowor Cough
Symp. It will positively cure con
For sale by Dr. A. 0. Dukes.
Attention! Edisto Rifle3.
Volunteer Drills will be held every night
(Sunday* excepted) until further orders,
in preparation for the approaching Fair.
Fach Drill will he in charge of the ranking
officer present, who will nppoiat drill
masters, and nee that the directions given
in Upton's Tactics (school*, of the reicher
and of the Company) are rigidly adhered
to in every particular.
None but active or associate members of
the Company shall l>c admitted during the
drills, which shall commence at 8 o'clock
1\ M., beginning on the evening of the8th
Officers and non-commissioned officer* are
required to attend the Prills as regularly aS
By Onlcr of the Captain.
L. II. WANNAMAKER,
First Sergeant of E. H.
October 4th 1S77.
oct G 2t
Two lino MILCIf. COW8. Apply to
Pcpt 29 2t
Court of Common I'loas
\olioe to Partie? and CHautM.
The (.'(iiirt of Common Please convene I
Wednesday Oc.obcr tfrd and wss adjourned
hy His Honor Thompson 11. Cookc tho
Presiding Judge, until die close of the
Court of < iencral Sessions.
Witnesses Sup|Mrnned for tho present
term of tlie Court of Common Please will
oppc r on the following days, without
furihcr saphena or notice.*
Those Ktipp-enacd fur Monday? 8th Octo
ber, will appear Monday, 22ud Octolier.
Those suppo-nacd for Tuesday Dili October
will appear Tuesday,23rd October.
Thoac snppmnaed for Wednesday, 10th
October, vill appear Wednesday, 21th
And tho.-e suppumncd totThursday , 11th
October, will appear Thursday, 25th Octo
Parties to actions will extend this notice
to their Witnesses, und see that their Wit
nesses attend on the proper days, tin t they
may not he put to the trouble d expense
of attending twice.
This change has been rendered necessary
by the unusually large number of criminal
cases, which are required by law to he di*
posed of before the Court ofCommon Please
is rcgidarly opened for the transaction of
Ornngcburg, S. C, October 4th 1377.
net G 2t
Wot.ic 3 to Taxpayers
I will l>3 at the following named places
to collect the Taxes of the fiscal year 187G
as fid lows :
Port Motte, Monday, () sfobcr 8th 1877.
Lewisville, Tucsdav,<?? (. Oth.
HranchviUc, Wednesday, Oct. I Oth.
J. F. Ways' Store, Tuesday, Oct. HJtli.
Avingcr's, Wednesday^ Oct. 17t!i.
Itnokhnrt's. Thursd.n. Oct. 18th.
Kapler!in s Mill. Monday, Oct. 22di
Zeiglcr's ?'tore, Tilesdav, (kit. 2Jkl.
Knotts* Mill, \Ve?hu??iay, Oct.21th.
H. S. Oleatnn'i Store, Thursday, Oct.
At Ornngehurg Court House from 1st
October to tith October, inclusive,
from 1 1th October to 15th October,
inclusive, from 20th October to 31st Octo
Taxpayers who have paid one-half of
11t*-ir Taxes nie reipiesteu to bring their
receipts with them.
County Treisurer, O. C.
sept 2? tf
l^O H SA.I/EL
A two story Dwelling with four rooms
fifteen feet square. Tll3 Lot is 84 feet front
l*y 218 deep. Also a good well of water on
the premises. The above place is situated
on the Hcllville Ho.id, opposite the resi
dence of M,r. Win. Willoock. For terms,
Ac., apply to J. C. DICKSON.
sept 20 lm
There is no
doubt but the
dition of all
kinds of busi
ness and in
dustry is fear
ed, and it be
famil y to look
carefully to their expense* at this season
when descasesof the Liver skin stomach and
Ilowtds are so prevalent, the health of your
family should not be neglected. Donor's
bills are expensive, and we would advise
our people to use Simmon's Hepatic Com
pound. It never has failed. One bottle
will keep your whole family well all sum
mer. Two doses will cure the worse case
of Dyspepsia, Indigestion or Liver Com -
plaint, try it.
For sale Wholesale and Retail bv
DOW IK .tMOISK,
Proprietors, Charleston, S. (3.
For sale bv
DR. A. C. DUKES,
DH. J. O, WAXXAMAKKU,
? PR. A. S. HYDH1CK.
aug 11 Gm.
<)FPICK OFSCHOOL COMMISS 10N KI&
OitAKOEntTiui, September 21, 1877.
Persons desirous of making application
to teach in the Free Common School* of
Orangeburg County are hereby notified
that the Hoard of School Examiners for
said County will holtl its sessions for the
Examination of teachers of said schools on
the 8th, Oth, 14th and lCth days of October
A. D.. 1S77. Persons holding certificates
to leach which will expire before the 1 st
day of January 187S, will make application
for reissue at said meeting as the Hoard will
not again meet prior to 1st January 1878.
Co. School Com. 0. Co.
sept 22 It
FO.lt SALK Oil RENT
A very commodious store in HranchviUc,
located in the most central part of the Town
main store 55x25 complete with shelving,
counters and draws ; also two comfortable
looms, with a chimney, under the same
roof a grocery store 18x12. Also a grain
store in close proximity, and a good well of
water. Address A. Loryca 7 Heaufain .St.
Charleston, or J. D. 1). Fairey Esq. Branch
vi lie. S. C.
.wept I_I m.
The undersigned respectfully informs the
Citizens of the Town and County that he is
prepared to do up and make Mattresses on
the shortest notice. Also will conduct an
Upholstery business. Prices will bo as low
as possible. Orders solicited.
june 9 tf
DR. B. F. MUCKEN FUSS
Dentist ltooms over Store of Mr. Oeo. II,
?k?)f" Charges Reasonable.