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Eureka Chapter No. 13. R.\ A.\ M.'?
"Will meet during the present MuHome year
?t the usual hours, the follow hi dates:
?April 27th, Mnv '25th, June
Jnd, August 24th, September 21st, October
19th, November Ifith, Lccembcr 14th.
S. DIB11LK, M. E. H. P.
ftBO. W. P>nUNSON, Sec.
Shibboleth Lodge No. 28, A.*. K.-. M.v?
Will meet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock,
from litt Oct. tojst April and at 8 o'clock
from 1st April to 1st October on the follow
ing dates, May 8th. June 5th, July Sd,
August 7th, September -1th, October 2d,
November Cth, December, 4th.
JAS. V. IZLAIt, W.M.
(iKo. W. MnvKsoN, Sec.
may 29 IS75 7m.
Z. ?. O. I\
*dlRto Lodge No. JW?Meets at Odd
Fellows Hall, every Friday evening at 8
?'clock, from 20th March to 20th Sept. and
;?i 74 o'clock from 20lh Sept. to 20th Mureb.
15 K THOMPSON, N. O.
V. ]>kM A;UH, Scci
KoWca bodge?Meets 8 o'clock every
?rco"d Wednesday after sale day.
It K THOMPSON, N. Ci.
TO TOC OUN C SI*.
Thin body meets June S, Sept. 7, l'ee. 7.
Maiyors "C?tirt, held whenever occasion
SONS OF TEM PK Ii A N CK.
Ornngeburg Division No. 24, meets every
Monday eventng in the basement of the
IT. HI. i\ A.?Hooms on Kussel I
Street next Mrs. Suioaks' Millinery Story.
Rusniaess Meeting ? Fourth Thtirsd iv hi
?teh month at 7 e. M. Prayer .Meetings?
' M. ?I.OVICR, President.
Sptilli Carolina BSailroiul.
ofjxob ituuns at (i]iAMii:iiii.(i hki'ot.
From S oVlok A. M.to 1\ P. Hi From
Si o'clock 1*. M.1?5A P. M.
Goods received and delivered only during
? office hours.
7 iL o c iv .
The Agricultural Secie'y m to
Mr. B F. Slater has a fine tupply
of mules and horses on hand.
Forget that the Floral Fair comes
oil' on next Thursday, the 17th ihsti
.?? ? ? .. - -
Mr. Stiles 1!. MePiehamp will r<?m
no nee a night Kchoiil .lone 4tli for the
benefit of young men. -
Cn.pt. F. 1.1. \Y. Hriggmnuu bus a
fine uipply of dry go ids and gn>
ft 'apt. Frederick's Company met
ii-ne'OU ye.?terihiy anil made a >p un
W, 3v. CmoU receives fresh sup
plies ?f groceries every week. Call
The Klliott Hook and Ladt.er
Company to k possession oi their
tiew Truck House and Hull on
Thursday altem -on.
A V?llig man here has a turnip
attached to a chain and struts about
an though he had *a watch in his
- - - mS' ? mm -?- - -.
The causeway beyond the river is
in a miserable condition. rJ he only
way to make it passable will be to
widen it, und then pile on the dirt.
Attention hail better be given to
the payment of the town taxes. The
Clerk informs us that they arc due.
and thnt shortly executions will be
Mr. Ugren is now occupying the
vtnr of the store of Mr. John Schachte,
where bo will continue iii the saddlery
and leather business. If you want
first rate harness or .saddles, call on
Cornelson has returned from Now
York and is receiving an immense
stock 'of groceries, dry goods, &c.
In our next we will give a full de
scription of this mammoth establish
A fancy costume ball will he given
at Meioney's parlor on Tuesday night
next, and will be under the super
vision of tho following gentlemanly
committee: Jas. Hamilton, A. M.
Briggmann, A. K. Glover and B. B.
Leo. The names of these young
gentlemen will make the ball a suc
Wc publish in to-day's paper a bill,
providing for the rappointment and
salary of Trial Jbstices in this county
which was introduced and pressed
through the Senate by Senator
Duncau. The bill, if it meets the
approval of the House, will cut down
materially the cost of the system as
The taxes in this County will
range between 13 ttnd 141 mills. In
this immediate Township the latter
will have to bo paid, there having
been previously levied a tax of 2 mills
for local school purposes. The
County is hard up, but wc suppose
the money ?will have to come. One
good thing is that there will be no
misappropriation of public fun.Is in
future. Let the people plant plenty
of corn and there will bohcLlei limes
alter this year. We beard one man
say the other day that he had plowed
up his cotton and put down corn in
PETIT JUlt r?
Abrain Marlin, Moses Stromab,
Solomon St ?dies, Jim Smith, Antony
CoLbu, Robert Washington, das. D.
Keller, \V. A. Whet,tone, W. A.
M miner, II. M. Miller, F. H. W.
Briggmann, Jr., Archie Rivers,
George Rlinads, Mood Ilolman.
Thos; \V. Ulm er, G. W. Bruiison, J.
M. Moss, Carsou Abraham, Iliiiiard
Keilt, Wilson Miunignn, Gabe
Knight, Make Murray, A. M. Salby,
J. T. Sal ley, D. A. King, Wheeler
Golson, Jus. MePhcrson, 1). W.
Murstnrd, IL V. Myers, G. S.
Frederick, Phillip Gcrhich, R. H.
Wiles, Henry S. Dickson, Hubert
Preston, Krank Jones, Charles
Y. M. c. A.?
W e are requested to announce that
tlie rooms of tiiisj Association will be
open every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday cv ning at half past eight,
A member ??r members of the Associa
tion will be in attendance to welcome
any who are disposed to visit their
We are al.-o requested to state that
in addition to their regular Thursday
evening prayer meeting-;, a prayer
meeting of a half hour will be held at
their looms every Sunday afternoon
til I.all-past six o'clock. The prayer
meeting are fur any ami all who see
lit tt; avail themselves of the oppor
tunity not only of worshipping God
but of encouraging, by their presence,
thesf.young men engaged in christian
. I iV 6 TU El! II IVA 1. EOll < Ii A i: I. ES
'i be mayor of Georgetown in a
cnmn.uideatioil published in the
(i, cor get own Times calling the atten
tion of .the people of that, place to
the subject of establishing railroad
connection w.ith the interior, .says:
'?The road led from this place to
Cades, on the Northeastern Kailroad,
which was graded and ready for the
reception of the iron at the breaking
out of the late war, still h.?s the
\vh:irf at its terminus partially com
pleted, and covers a large water front
age, Where heavy draught vessels
can al all times exchange ft eights.
They who have made the practica
bility of this road a study for years
past, and who arc now willing to aid
in its construction to the extent of
their ability, are of the honest cou
viction that it will ha the cheapest
and most direct route to the ocean on
our seacoast, and that it will be of
incalculable benefit to all classes in
the u p-country, inasmuch as it will
enable the [merchant to receive his
goods at shorter time, and at less
frieght, the excessive charges of
transferring, Ac, tXrc., being dispens
i mmi - - . ?? ?
ICvery young lady you see upon tho
street, dignified and made lovely by
the witcheries of grace, beauty and
intelligence, is not' tho soft Know
Nothing that she is generally set
down for. One upon seeing Miss So?
and-so would think that sho never
squeezed a ycuug man's hand, where
as if the truth should ever happen to
be made public in future, the grateful
public will learn that tiny arms, in
her Ease, have been, and may be again
in the future, wrapped around the
form of a stalwart sou of man.
Sly glances, sly rides, sly walks, sly
attentions, sly engagements mean a
good time for young men, as witne ss
the following dropped from a young
Hearts were made to break,
Hands were made to squeeze,
]&ycs were made to roll about,
Ami make men do a* you please.
Kiirs were made to burn.
Feet .vcre made to .show,
Girls were made to flirt with the men,
lint men with girls?oh, no !
\Yaists, were made to hug,
Tongues were made to tune,
Arms were made to circle the girls.
And lovers were made to spoon.
Eyelids were made to droop.
Checks were made to blush,
Hair was made to curl and friz,
Ami Ups were ninde?oh, hush !
OUR FARMERS /A COUNCIL?
On Satu.tduy last the delegates
for the Subordinate Oranges of P. II
met at Orangeburg to form a Pomora
Orange for this county. Or. W. Fi
Barton was called to the chair an I E.
J. Fcl ler acted as Siirotary. Forty
delegates were enrolled from eleven
granges when thsy proceeded to or
ganize by the Election and installa
of the following officers.
Or. J. \Y. Summers, Master.
Or. J. H. Morgan, O.
J. H. Fehler, L.
Wrn. Ehiiey, S.
IT. U Hickeiib vker, A. S.
T. A. Elliott, O.
W. F. Barton, T.
i i '.
j E. J. Felder, Sec.
j A. M.Salley, G. K.
Mrs. A. R. Felder, O.
Mrs. W. W. Culler, F.
Mrs. J. \V. Summers, P.
Mr. C. M. Felder, L. A. S.
The requisite By Laws were adop
ted, and an Executive and other
Committees appointed to carry out
the object of the organization.
I The Pomora Grange meets again
at Orangeburg on the 1st Saturday in
A few mouths ago a Russian pea
sant and his wile and four children,
i while traveling in a sleigh along the
banks of the Pruib, were pursued by
a pack of wolves. The peasant urged
on the horses, but soon saw that the
wolves were fast gaining upon him.
At the moment when the sleigh was
surrounded by the ravenirig beasts
the man seized one of the children,
threw it * in the midst of them, and
while the wolves were struggling
over their prey he hastened on his
horses and gained ground. Four
linns the wolves came up with the
ftigiliyiSj and lour limes the horrible
sacrifice was completed. At last the
peasant and his wife arrived at the
nearest village, leaving behind them
the bones of their four children. In
the bitterness of her despair the
mother informed against her husband,
Lul the judges considering that if the
peasant had not resigned him sell t>
the horrible sacrifice he would not
only have lost children, but also his
wife, acquitted the prisoner.
Crnzy-IIorscand his fellow-Indians
have surrendered. The total number
of hostile Indians that luue surren
dered so litr is three thousand six
hundred, many of whom have never
before been on the reservations.
SC. 1 h01 TV OF M?XEV?
There is no doubt but the prescht
condition of all kinds of business niid
, industry is .fearfully depressed, and
it behooves every family to look care
I fully to their expenses. Winter is
[ coining oil when children are liable
j to croup, whooping cough, etc. Cough
and colds will prevail everywhere,
and consumption, with other throat
; and lung diseases will carry off many.
These diseases should not be neglect
ed. Doctors bills are expensive, and
we would advise our people to use
Bosehco's German Syrup. It never
has Inilcd? One bottlo at, 7? cents
will keep your wholo family well
during the winter. Two doses will
relieve any case. Sold in all towns in
the Ujiited States, and by your Drug
gists, Dr. A. 0. Dukes. I
Dr. A. C. Dukes is giving
away a handsome book entitled
"Pearls for tho Poeple," containing
much valuable information and ninny
interesting articles. It also contains
a history of tho discovery of the
"Ilepaiine;" for diseases of the liver,
dyspepsia, contispation and indiges
tion, &c, and gives positive assur
ance that when the Ilepatine is used
it effects a permanent and lasting cure
of these diseases, which prevail to
such an alarming extent in our
country Take the Ilepatine for all
diseases of the liver.
AD VICE GRATIS?
The Hon. Alcxtm 1er II. Stevens
says :?"The Globe Flower Cough
Syrup has proven a most valuable
remedy to me."
Gov. James M. Smith, of Georgia,
says:?"I shall always us*.? 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 G.i., 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 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. C. Dukes.
WONDERFUL SUCCESS -
It is repoi ted that Bosehce's Ger
man Syrup has, since its introduc
tion in the United Slates, reached
the immense sale of 40,000 dozen per
year. Over b',0)0 Druggist have
ordered this medicine direct from the
Factory, at Woodbury, N. J.; and
not one has reported a single failure,
but every letter speaks of its nst>n
ishing success in curing severe
Coughs, Colds settled on the Breast,
Consumption, or any disease of the
Throat and Lungs, We advise any
person that has any predisposition to
weak Lungs, to go to their Druggists
-and get this Medicine, ur inquire
about it. Regular si/.e, 7? cents:
Sample Bottle, 10 cents. Two do
ses will relieve any cas2. Don't ne
glect your cou.-h when you can get
the above remedy from Dr. A. C.
fitiiiiiTE ?i" hi:.m?i:cT.
At a regular coin muni cat ion of Shell
Lodge No. 1JS Ay. F.*. M.\ held on the
?i.Sth day el" April 1S77, the following pre
amble and resolutions were oMercd as a
tribute of respect to tho memory of the hue
M. (J. Strohhut.
WuKUBAS, it has pleased Almighty Ood
in the mysterious dispensation of Iiis Provi
ancc, to remove from us our beloved com
panion and brother, M. O. Stroman.
Rciotecd, That in the death of our
Brother, we feel that the Hand of Provi
dence lias borne heavily upon us, and while
we would not muriner at this 'iianfestatton,
the Divine will, yet our hearts sink within
us when we contemplate the deep aillictiuii
which we are made to feel, when social and
fraternal ties, so near and dear to us have
beeil severed by the unfeeling hand of
Rcfilre?, That in the death of our Brother,
bur Lodge lias lost a beloved member, the
State a most honorable citizen, the com
munity a faithful servant and we, ourselves,
a cherished friend and brother.
Rewired, That our Lodge be draped in
mourning and that our aeeu tomod badge
be worn for thirty days, that our warmest
sympathies be tendered to his bereaved
family, ami that a page in our minute book
be inscribed to his memory.
Reiolred, That a copy ol these resolutions
be sent to the bereaved family, and that they
he published in the Orangeburg NEWS Axil
W; S. BARTON,
T. P. STORKS.
Knowlton & Wannamaker,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Orangeburg C. H., S. C
Aug. lb Knowlton, F. M. Wannamaker,
Orangeburg ('. II. St. Matthews,
may ? 1S77 If
Iti The District Court of tlie
FOB THE FASTERN D1STHICT OF
In the matter or William
IIA NKR UFT?IN RA SKR ?PTCY
This is to give iibtiee thai I have filed my
filial account as Assignee of the Estate of
William Knotls Bankrupt in said Court ami
that on the 15 day of May instant, I shall
apply to said Court tor the settlement of my
said account and for n discharge from all
liability as Assignee of said Estate in ac
cordance with the provisions of the 28 sec
tion of she Act of Congress entitled "An
Act to establish a uniform system of Bank
ruptcy throughout the United States tip
proved Mai eh '2 187?.
C B. CiLOVER,
may ? -21.
(jb5 TO #SO PER DAY AT
HP Home. Samples worth $1 free. Slinson
?v Co., Per' 'aud, Mane.
A FLORAL rAI?
Ornngeimrg Agricultural nud Me
Will be bold at Orangebtirg in thai Fair
Ruilding May 17th, 1877, at which lime
Premiums will he awarded to ?iicce.wfnl
competitors ns follows'
For the largest collection of Hot House
Plants by one person.
For tho best collection as above.
" 2.1 best "
For tue best collection of Fancy Leaf
For tho best collection of Zonal Geran
Forthebest collection of Double Geran
For the best collection Scented Geran
For the best collection of Pelargoniums,
?' " Roses (cut flow
For the besl collection of Fiicbins.
" '* Pansics.
Flowers (arranged )
For thc largest collection of Vegetables
b ? one pen m.
For the best collection of the abovo.
For the best collection ofCabbagcJ (not
less than three heads.)
For the best Strawberies.
For the best Raspberries*
Worthy articles other than the above
named will be awarded premium's.
Premiums will not be awarded unless
there be a Fair Competition.
Articles will be received for Exhibition
from 1) o'clock Wednesday morning May
10th, to 10 o'clock Thursday morning May
17ill. The Doors will be opened to Visi
tors fiom 10 o'clock to 7 P. M., and
from 8 P. M., to 12 P. NL
No charges made for Filtering Articles
Refreshments of Ice-Cream, Cake, Fruits,
will be furnished in the Building.
Admission 20 cents.
For further particulars apply to
Hoard of Directors
CAPT. .1. l MQ?UER.
Mil. Wi W. GULLEN;
DU. W. S. BARTON.
DU. .1. C. IIOLLMAN.
MR, II. RIOOS.
? Mit J. 0- P1KK.
Mil..), f. izlar;
kirk HO IHN SOX,
npl 21 -It
L A U N I) 11 Y.
Mrs. J. Ogrecn has herewith the pleasure
to inform the Citizens of Orangebnrg that
she has opened a first -ela t> Lauudiy, and
is now ready to receive and make up any
kind of clothes in the very best 'tyle, and at
the mo t reasonable prices. The Estab
lishment is from date entirely under my
own superintendance. For further infor
mation apply cither at the Laundry or"at
Mr. Ogrcn's Saddlery Store.
mrs. j. ogren.
liiav ?th if.
Notice if Dismissal.
Notice is hereby given that I will file my
final account with the .lodge of Probate for
Orangebtirg County, the final account of
Dr. Joseph A Keller deceased, as Guardian
of ITctivy Addi'ii and ask to he dischargoil
from all further and oilier accounting touch
ing the management and disposition of tho
Estate of the late Henry Add en by the mi id
Dr. Joseph A. Kel'er in his lifetime and
ask for letters of dismissal.
MOKGAN J. KELLER,
^FRANCIS E. K EL LEU,
DK, Io.sKPH A. KELLER, deceased
illsav ?tl'i It.
the state of south carolina
Hy AUG. IL kn?wlton, Esquire, J P.
Whereas, Geo. Holivcr, C\ C. P. and (I.
S. liaih made suit to me, to grant to him
letters of Administration de. bonis noil of
the. Estate and oIK-cts of Joseph Johnson,
late of saiil County deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and Creditors
of the said Joseph Johnson dee'd, that they
be and appear, before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Orangeburg. C. If.,
on I St 11 of June next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, toshow
cause, if any they have, why the said"
A ministration .should not be granted.
Given under my Hand, this -!th day of
Miiv Anno Domini 187-7.
AUG. lt. KNOWLTOX,
[t. s.] Judge of Probate.
uiav 5 3ta
No t'o of J">is?mis?al.
Notice . hcrebv given that T shall one
month from dale file my final account with
the Honorable Judge of Probate for Orange
burg County, and ask for letters of Dismissal
as Guardian of P.mmu Hraddv.
. W. W. HKADDY,
Apr1! 21 i in.
A D.liciou? Relish,
And very wholsomc article for table,
Sold by the singlo pound or more,
scud a dish and try it, only 20 cts#
Every weck, Nie Nacs, Fancy, Gin
COLGA.TES EXCELSIOR SOAP,
Three pounds for '25 cents. The
host and cheapest in market, in 1 lb
and 1 lb lumps.
GOSH EN BUTTER TO cts. per lb.
Pure Leaf Lard,
Bio Codecs at 4-1 and 4 lbs for (lie? 1.
Pure Cream Tartar,
and Baking Powders.
And a full supply of
For sale by
John A. Hamilton
attorney at law,
OvaiVgobiii'g, S- o.
C6y- Oflico in rear of Masonic nail.
March :i lv.
Having just returned from the
various Markets nnd Manufacturers
NORTH, 1 have now opened one of
the Largest ami Best Assorted
I ever had Ute pleasure of plaeing
before the public.
Spring Prints & Shirting
New nnd Choice Styles
3 Cts Per "STard.
From the Lowest to the Finest and
in the ',
12 1-2 Cts Up.
j HAMBURG EDGINGS :
In Large Quantities, from 5 cts up
waid, in the Newest and Prettiest
Of all Qualities in great Variety.
The best value ever offered, for
For Cents and Boys, I am offering
Cheaper than they can be had in
New York, ;
A large assortment in Silk, Cam
bric and Ginghams, and much Lower
than the same goods have been offered
Gents half hose, Ladies and Misses
hose, all sizes, makes, qualities, light
and heavy, regular made goods?very
L?dier, Misses and Children's Hats,
Trimmed nnd Untrimmcd in all the
Latest Styles and Shapes from 25
Ua*tS (*.?* men, Hats for Boys in
Straw, Wool, Felt, and Latest
? 1 am now offering Gentlemen's
Made of the best Materials and War
ranted to give Satisfaction, at 90
Important to Ladies and
Economy in Slices.
Special attention is . called to my
celebrated Dress and Walking Shoes,
which in Style and Workmanship,
are Superior to any before sold at the
SVIiSSeS And Children's School
nnd Dress Shoes arc absolutely un
, My Stock of Shoes ?
the Largest and best Assorted in the
Country, nnd throughout and thor
oughly Complete with every dotail of
Don't delay but come and tako
a look at my magnificent Spring
READY MADE CLOffilNG
Comprising the very latest
And I will guarantee you can find
just what will suit you in
PRICE QUALITY AND STYLE.
It is nsoless for ino to go on enume
rating my Stock, but I invite the
attention of _A_LjJ1j who wish to
Buy Goods to their Advantage to
call and sec me.
mar 21 tf