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Eureka Chapter No. 18; R A.*.. M.*.?
"Will meet (luring the present Masonic year
at the usual hours, the followin dales:
?April 27th, May 25th, June
2nd, August'2'4ili,: September 21st, October
19th, Nevoinher Kith, l.ccember 14th.
8. DlBMd", M. K. 11. I?.
Gko. W. linuxsox, See.
Shlbboloth Lodge Xo. 28, A.*. v.% ?
Will meet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock,
from 1st Oct. to 1st A|>ril and at 8 o'clock
from 1st April lb 1st October on the follow
irig dates, May Sth. June 5lli, July !>d,
August 7lh, September 4lb. October 2d,
November titb, December, Ith.
JAS. F. IZI.Alt, W.M.
Gko. W. UnuxsoN, See.
mny 29 1S70 7m.
i. 6. o. r.
Ktlisto Lodge No. ?:?.?Meets at Odd
FtflWWR llnll, every Friday evening at 8
o'clock, from20tll March to'20lh Sept. and
nt 7*. o'clock from 2t)lli Sept. to 20th March.
.) A M KS F IZI.Ali N. G.
F. Dr. MA KS, See.
Rpbpfrni Lodge?Meets 8 o'clock every
second NVedriesdav after sah- dsiv.
JAMKS b I7.I.AU X. O.
This body meets June 8, Sept. 7, lice. 7.
Mayors Court,, held whenever occasion
SONS OF TBMEKIt X IS ?S*.
Ornnfrebiirg Division No. 24, meets every
Monday evening in the basement of the
South Carolina Itailk'oad.
office lUifRS AT OltAXUEIU'KU OKI'OT.
From 8 o'cTok A.M.to2Al\ M. From
8.} o'clock 'PvM.vto.6i P. M.
Uoods received and delivered only during
V. iff: <\. A.?Rooms on llitsscll
?Flrr-t next to W. Iv. Crook's Store.
Husincss Meeting?Fourth Thursday in
?each nionlh at 8.1 V. M. Prayer Meet ill 2h?
F.vcry Sunday afternoon al ti l o'clock, for a
half h?ur only, and every Tbursdiy even
ing at HA o'clock.
MOKT1.MKK GI.OVKIt, President .
W. It. Tiio.mI'son, Secretary.
lud |icn<leiit Ytmtig AnieriVa Fire Ftr
'pinc Cnmpntiy?Regular Parade? Tuesday
?stftcmoon nftet ?first Monday in vat h month.
Pvgiihir Meeting--At Company Hall
Wednesday evenintj after livst Monday in
T.- HKtriTMA'S, SeeVetary..
r IMistil Uilit'S?Iteptlar Parade? Tin-day
:afl*!ncion aftcr^ecimd Monday in January,
?April, July, October.
Jifegiihir Meeting:?Same evening of pu
i. ompaiiv I):?b?tPutsday evedinp after
?nennd Mondhv in each mouth,
t?.*k S. ?1)1111? d',
?F. 8. Pir.Pd.'K. S. fn tary.
?W. ICOlS ill ;l\'()It.
joau \\\ MOKLKY.
ai.x>i:k 5i its*
J. WALLACH CANNON,
J. S. v\4.1iKi;GOTTl,
JAS. V. IZLAR,
ltend the htcw advcrtiscincut ol
?arrs.'J. C. Pike & Co.
J. Folder Meyers, Trial .Justice,
?ctan be found any time at his oflico
over MoM*$stcr's old .stand.
The 'Colirtuutiity was blest with d..
.?lighif'ul rains during T'uiusday and
ireet attention to the letter in
relation to the Iriir m another
We paid a visit to Columbia dur
ing lire- week. Tiuiea up there ter
' I'uysoii's letter relbr's to an article
ipibljshcd on the fir.-1 page of this
I-nrgo quantifies id' freights arc
. in?w pi uring into ?taiigoburg. Let
\\H hope that ti good time is tihoad lor
A jlilrAtint. at IJranchvillo has a
Windol Jt^ His ?-toru that bus not been
dosed for four years. Ito is a thiri'ty
a n k Limb i. 's i: /?: vival?
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Has rg-'ei.^ goibg on during fho
Week nT *Uie' McthcdisL Church.
^e^^^ljU/'^CjSt-ioiiF kwerc made.
Mr. \V. II. Walling is making fine
??*|^^ff'cs fuf aalu. lie works cheap.
Orders left with Mr. Uetsill will hi
? mm . mm ? ?
i No^tf^^ljv^riit^Tlo plant oniou
iclt; ami pcr.-ons wit hing to purehaiie
them, cun do so by calling at Mr. W.
F. Robinson, at TE. Ezekiel's store.
Rend,the musical advertisement of |
Prof. Berg. lie is an accomplished
teacher of music and deserves the
patronago of those who desire to be
- ? in
Mr. E. T. Edwins has opened a
first-class grocery store and sample
room, next door to Capt. Briggmann's
where he will be glad to see his
friends. Give him a call,
Wc regret to announce the fact
that Mr. J. \V. Moseley is confined to
his hc l by a painful illness. For his
sake and that of the community in
which he is so deservedly popular, we
trust he will sunn be out.
The iriembj of Messrs. Inabinct &
Sin oak can find them at the strives
formerly occupied by W. K. Crook,
and Jon s & \Yai namaher, with full
stocks of merchandize at both placet
ofbnsiihss. Call on them.
There was a runaway of a mule at
Branehvtlle the other day in which a
yiiiuig man whs thrown out of the
wagon and slightly hij tired, it. is t>?
be hoped 11 int his scare will nink
him a butter and liiiuro use fit I citizen,
and that ho will not dream hereafter
so much of peaches and honey.
Mr. xluhn Da ne'r, Cot nelson's
chief salesman, went North a few
days since for tho purpose of buying
?a fall slock-. So in a very short time
the mammoth store of Goo. IT. Cornel ?
mil will be replenished with in
numerable attractions of the season.
The ptihlic will bo apprised when
The terirbkj famine liow ragCtig in
India ought to make us thankful that
our lot has been cast in this laud of
plenty. Half a million of people
have already perished in one district,
und it is estimated that fully six mil
lions of people will be starved to
death before theravagds ofthe famine
?are ended; In the laco of suctt
calamities the troubles resulting front
recent.strikes seem insignificant.
HJ.SU BALL ?
I The Orange Base Ball Club cross
ed bats at this place on Tuesday last
with the Resolutes of George's Sta
thin. A number of our citizens were
present to witness the game. The
?Scores made were: Oranges ?d;
Resolutes 33. Tho playing was excel
cut, ami especially so was was that of
Mr. W. C. Bull, ofthe Orange Club,
he having caught two Hies and niudo
two home runs. Hurrah for our boys.
The expenses of living are to a
very great extent controlled by habit.
A great man) things arc now though t
to he necessaries of life which our
more frugal ancestors regarded as
luxuries. The Hush times which re
sulted from the inflation of the cur
rency led to the formation of habits
of extravagance in all ranks of socie
ty, which in theso stringent times
people nrfi very reluctant to leave off".
The young ladies and gentlemen
of Orangebtirg, propose giving an
entertainment ut Masonic Hall con
sisting of Tableaux, Vivants, Music,
Elocution, lieft Gahmen tf, etc, on
Wednesday next at 8 P. M. in aid of
the Ladies Sewing Society of the
Episcopal Church. Admission 20
cents. Children half price. A com
mendable project, one worthy of our
^U'llE JjX VEi.no A 77A G COM MI'] THE
Appointed by Judge Cool?e, com
posed of Mr. J.S. ?lbcrgblti, Fore
man of the Grand .Jury, M. 1. Brown
ing, W. J. DeTreville, Esqs., and
Mr. Barney Williamson, liavcbeen
industriously at work for weeks past
in search of fraud in tho various
County offices. Upon their motion a
number of warrants were issued on
Monday by Capt. F. M. Wanna
maker, 1 rial Justice. The Com
niitlco and the Trial Justice both
fcccm to be acting.from a Jiigh sen <e
of duly, and arc averse lo'nny thin;
that would bear the semblance oi
Prof. J. A. Duls, is in town, aud
cnu teach tho mo3t clumsy hand how
to write. Tho Prof, is now teaching
and informs us that ho will com
mence a second class on Monday,
Sept. 24tli. Specimens of his works
can bo seen at Dr. Wannamnkcr's
drugr store, Dr. Duke's or Mr. P. V/.
PLACES AND PRICES CHANGED?
Mr. \V. Iv. Crook, one of our most
business like of merchants, has re
moved h?s slock into the store lalely
occupied by D. H. Ilickcubakcr,
where he proposes to increase his sup
plies, and mark d .\vn his prices. Mr.
Crook keeps th: finest and neatest
family grocery in Town. With him
can bo found the obliging DeMars,'
and bargains '.o suit the hard times.
Head Crook's tiew advertisement and
give hi in a call.
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THE DEPOT \ uisANCE?
A common complaint hero is the
man per in which a number of colored
boys behave themselves during the
stoppage of the night trains at the
dcfol. 'J hey make a practica of
rushing through the coaches, iinuSt
ting ladies and uttering the while the
most obscene and beastlj language.
The Agent has frequently endeavor
ed to slop t'nis disgrace, but not hav
ing had the co-operation of the mar
shals, he has failed so far to abate
this blackest of nuisances. In the
name of the families residing near
tho depot; in the name of civiliza
tion, and that desire which wc all
have for tho protection of females
from insult, wc demand that a mar
shal he placed at the Railroad who
will perform the duties of that oflice
without fear or favor. It is a shame
and a libel upon Orangeburg to have
rowdies and blftekgvnrds constantly
on the alert at the Railroad lor the
purpose of insulting passers-by. If
this jnWten is" not heeded, the com
pany will doubtless make a formal
complaint to the Council.
A FINE tip Y GUILD?
Wo roocivoil uud two pl.iasocl to
comply with the parents request con
tained in tho following:
"Mi: ./. Frhh r Mt'i/r.rst
"My wife gavj birth on Sunday"
"Aug., 1 Oil* to aline boy child, and"
'Ms now doing well. riease put in"
?'paper this week and word it to suit"
??yourself: Yours, J. H. Polldham,"
"Aug. 21, 1877. Kt. Agt."
We arc pleased because it is a
"fine boy child."- So few parents
acknowledge their babies tobe "fine
hoys." Tjhis confession comes in
something like original matter.
We trust, this boy will fulfil the
promises given thus early. So few
children ever give any, and if they
?do, nine hundred out of every thous
and go back on their promises. We
trust ho may become a leading U nite
Agent w hen he gels his wisdom teeth
otiU We hope also that he will never
be deterred from aspiring so high by
any failures in that line, which may
have gone before htm. Wo know he
will be eminent in someway?if he
lives We think he will live ,though he
must expect to lake his ehances with
humbl or 'children against teething,
smallpox, measles, who.iping cough,
and Mrs. Winflow's soothing syrup.
We congratulate all parties that his
mother is doing well. She will do
better when &hu realizes more fully
this glory she has given to the people,
.flic will train this fine fellow to
ambition's longing She will fix for
him as his objective point in life's
struggle, 'bo grand position of "Itonto
Agent." We only trust these foad
parents will not bo led to any extrav
agant or unlawfully exuberant demon
strations on the contemplation of this
"well spring of love and joy forcvor.'
This announcement reached us too
late for/ last week's issue. Wo feel
bound to state this in justification of
Otirsclvc-', to tho public. Wc know tho
popular cry will bo "why was not this
great cfeiiL'ayiiouncud before?" And
the public will bcVlowu upon us as
they justly shoull bo wore we to
blunie. As it is b trust tho public
arc satisfied withlur explanations,
and the fire works Al illuminations
which ought to hlo conic oil' last
week, can progress!ith intouse vim
this week in spite.olhe unavoidable
Tho Russian Colt invited Dr
to the Arch
Aycr aud Ids faini
dude's wedding in tl Royal Pal?ec.
This distinction wa awarded him
not only because ho Is an American
but also because his iltne as a physi
cian had become la mibly known
in Russia on its phaSo round the
world ?Pueblo '(CW.) V,V?A-.
A beautiful child I the pride of
the household. Worts will darken
its complexion and nin its health.
Save it, Oh ! suvo Itt Otic or two
dojea of Shrincr'a India Vormitugo
will set all things rtglijagain
Sold by Dr. A.C. bikes.
In a Nursery whcrciru.ll is life and
laugh instead of crying
there is sure to be fou
Baby Syrup. Trice
Sold by Dr. A. C. Dikes
nd frutti hg,
d Dr. Rull's
1^5 cents per
One pound of corn is rjual as I'ood
to about threo ami tree-quarter
pounds of potatoes, orc^ht and onc
halfof caggnge, or to oljven and one
half pounds of while tirni ps. This
it is wed enough to reludnbcr.
- - ? Mill--*M*mm?
ADVICE UltA TIS? \
The Hon. Alcxuu lei II. Stevens
says :?"The Globe FIvwcr Cough
Syrup has proven a njost Valuable
remedy to me." i
Gov. James M.Stnithyof 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 mite. It excels every
thing for cougts, colds and obstinate
Ex-G'ov. Brown, of Gn., says: "He
finds the Glole Flower Cough Syrup
a most excellent remedy."
Such endoiseinent by our great and
good men deserves the attcni.on of
the nfllictcd. Thoso sufi'erlng from
cough, colds and lung affections
should use the Globe Flower Cough
Syrup. It will positively euro con
For sule bv. Dr. A. C. Duka:.
WOXlilUlFUI. S UCVKSS?
It is:repotted that l)dschee'3 Gor
mail Syrup has, since its introduc
tion in ihe United States, reached
the immense saie of -10,000 do/en per
year. Over (?,0)0 Druggist liave
ordered this medicine direct from the.
Factory, at Woodbury, N. .7.; and
not one has reported a single failure,
but every letter speaks of its ast ?n
ishing success in curing severe
Coughs, Colds settled on the Breast,
Consumption, or any disease of iho
Throat and Lungs', Wo advise liny
person that has any predisposition to
weak Lungs, to go lo their Druggists
-and get this Medicine, ur inquire
about it. Tegular size, 75 cents:
Sample Bot'tlc, 10 cents. Two do
ses will relieve nny case. Don't ne
glect your cou'.- h when you cau get
the above remedy from Dr. A. C
'fin- undersigned, having united their
educational efforts, will open at the Fair
building in Oratigeburg, on Monday Sept
3rd a High School for
BOYS AND GIRLS,
which they hope will meet all the rci(?ife
inen tit of tiic community, and merit a
contiiiiiiiiice of the patronage which ha sheen
so liberally extended to their separate
The tipper story of the Fair Building
will he occupied by the girls, under one of
(he principals; and tile lower s:ory by tiie
hoys, under the oilier principal'
'flie most rigid rulta will be enforced for
the maintaiiiaiicc of diseiplilio ami di.o
riiiiij and. except when recitations under
the eye of ihe teachers require, the mule
am! female department will be kept strictly
Hoys will he prepared for college or bit-d
nc-?, and young ladies given a finished
The Miisir.il Department will be under
ItciUonablc board can be obtained.
TERMS PER MONTH.
Primary Department.$2 00
Intermediate. '2 50
Advanced. 8 00
Classical. 1 00
Music. 3 ?3
For further information apply to cither
of the principals.
Hugo 0. Sheridan Stiles R. Mel 1 i( bump
July 28 - if
DR. IJ. F. MUCKENFUSS
Dentist Kooms over Store of Mr. Oeo. IT.'
fi??r"" Charges Reasonable.
Is-ft LARGE and VARIED Assortment of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Tinware,
Crockery, Cotton Bagging, Ties, &c.
All ul' which will he
Our CUSTOMERS arc requested to call in and examine oar STOCK.
Attentive and po?lc CLERKS Avil! wait upon them. No trouble to show
Ry BUYING from it;
J. C. P I K E & CO,
; if s
Arc the innumerable <L2-OOB> rJT5?[3X?JS 1 have on hand.
Having removed my Stock int > tho Building recchOy occupied by
.II. I.. r.ICKENIlAKER,
And replenished it in every Department, I now oiler to my fricuds
The Cheapest Bargains
To be had in Orangeburg! I! 'loving that QUICK SALES and SMALL
PROFITS phy the best in the long run, T have marked
And propose hereafter to run
A CHEAP STORE
Give tnc a call. My Groceries, Canned Fruits, ^Tish, Liquors, etc,
are unsurpassed in this market, bjth as to quality and price.
W. K. CROOK
AFTER THE 4TH SEPT.
INACINET & SIMM
Will lib found nt W/* K. Crook's stand in Dr. Bartons brick
building with a full-'uud complete slock of Groceries of all kinds. Also a
heavy ktbek of
Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, &o,
wiih a well assorted stock of Tabaccoes and Cigars. They will also opflin at
E Ezek iels Store a fine stock of J
which will bo carried on in the name of
D. E SMOAK & CO.
Now iI' you want general satisfaction call at cither or bath of their
stores before buying elsewhere.
dec I) 1S7G . J
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Will be found everything kepi in a well regulated grocory, with
prices suited lo the hard limes. I sell cheap
MONEY IS SCARCE.
Mcicl onts must befriend the poor. I have resolved to do so
Give me a call cue niid all Have from a barrell of flour to crackers and
candy .'n fact every thing you want Come in nnd get good bargains
P. W. BULL.
An IVta tion for jlayor,nnt\; Four Alder
nicii for ilio Tow? ol" Ornngchurg So. Ca.
will be held at the Engine House on Tues
day the lltb d.iy of .Sepieniber 1S7*7.
Tbc foils will In; opened at 0 o'clock A.
M" and closed al <> o'clock 1'. M.
The following 1 ton id of Managers will
hold the Kleetton, T. C. Albergotti, (i. S.
Shlrcr, dames (' Dickson.
All,bar-rooms will bo closed at (> o'clock
p. in. on the ltlth September and remain
eloaed until a. in- on the 1 tit Ii -jot Septem
All persons qualified to vote at the above
Election will lie ruquired to register pre
vious to the Klcction. Hooks for registra
tion will be opened at the Engine House on
Friday Saturday, ami Monday, previous to
the Flection, being (he 7th, 8th ami 10th
days of September 1877
Hooks to bo opened each day from 7
o'clock A. M. to (i 1'. M.
The above named Managers will conduct
the llcgit-lratiou. J'ly ordct ofTown Conn
T. It. MA I.ONE,
Clerk of Council.
TO THE PUBLIC.
A1! persons able to giro in formation of
fraudulent claims against Orangcburg
County, or of any facts, or circumstances,
throwing suapieioii on claims ngaumt it, or
ahv iidbnuatioii whatsoever calculated to
aid the Commic-sion recently appointed to
ascertain the true .indebtedness of said
Cottnl), in effecting the object of their
appointment, are hereby earnestly requested
to communicate such information to (he
undcisigned, or to either of them. So lar
as shall be consistent with tho public inter*
est. the authorship of such communication!!
will bo treated as confidential if desired by
the parties making them.
The undersigned respectfully inform* tho
Citizens of the Town and County that he is
prepared to do up and make Matttuseci on
the shortest notice Also will conduct an
Upholstery business. Prices will be as low
DONALD B. BARTOX,
JAMES 8. HEYWARD,
as possible. Orders solicited.