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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 10 February 1877

IN isws A-, rT j KS. ltfSCfciJ f vi:i:v s.\tcujm v AimtM.su av Tliia uKAKUj-atuiia nkws company. ;0KO. B0L1VEU, business Manager. Terms of Subscription. One Cbpy one Year.$2 00 " " Six Mouths. 1 00 Kates of Advertising;. One Square 1st Insertion.$1 fiO Each Subsequent " . 1 00 Notices inserted in Local Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Advance. No Rceiptu Jor Subscript ion or Adver tisements arc Valid iinlesis Simied by liiutincss Manager. J&33T" AVe .ire in no way responsible for the views, or opinions of our Correspond on ta. ^ S?TURDAY,~fFbR??RY 1o~ 1877. ~ Rashness. "We have heard numerous threats made lately hy imprudent colored men that there is no law, and that they intend to do as they please. Indeed, the conduct in many instances of some 61' these people would lead one to 11 IW'.ve that they are fully i in press ed with the idea that there is no pow er to arrest and punish them for crime, and I hat they have no fpe...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 10 February 1877

MASONIC Petros Council No. 11, R.-. & S.\ M-\ "Will meet each Thursday at G o'clock P. M. from 36t October to 1st April and at 8 o'clock from 1st April to 1st October, on the following dates, June 24, July 22, Ang. 19, Sept. 10, Oct. 21, Nov. 18, and Dec. Iii. J. F, IZbAK, T. I. G. W. BnuNSON, Itecordcr. Knrcka Chapter No. 13. U *. A.*. 51.*.? Will meet during the present Masonic year at the usual hours, (he followin dates: March 10th, April 7th, May 5th, June 2nd, August 4th, September ipt, October 27tu, Nuvember 2-lth, Lcceinljer 29th. J. F. IZLAlt, M. K. II. P. J. M. BnuN?oK, Sec. Shibboleth Lodge No. 28, A.'. F.n Mv-t "Will meet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock, from 1st Oct. to 1st April and at 8 o'clock from 1st April to 1st October on the follow ing dates, April 4, May 2, June C, July 4, Aug. 8, Sept. 5, Oct. 8, Nov. 7, Dec. ">. JAS. F. 1ZLAB, W. M. Gko. W. Brunson, Sec. may 29 1S75 7m. x. o. o. r. F.ilisto Lodpo No- in.?Meet.* nt Odd Fellows Hall, every Friday evening at 8 o...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 10 February 1877

t?'m Kl Having removed to Moseley's ; Stand, next door to the Post-Office, . I will keep constantly on hand a ?'?full and 'complete assortment of Dry Goods, Boots?, Shoes, Hats, . Caps, &c, &. I have also on hand a full supply of Choice Groceries, Liquors, 3e gars, and everything that is gen erally kept in a first-class Store. ?11&6WS, A gent. 8? rJ BBSS Q*?S ^CES S. E. TOBIN & CO. Are now located ut the cornor of Bull R?ad Avenue und Russell Street where they will he pleased, to see their friends. We pledge ourselves, to sell goods of lirst qualify, at as low down fig ures, as can he bought in this place, and at small advance oil Charleston prices. We will show goods, and give ? our prices with pleasure, to any one call i ng on us. Goods dclivercn to any part of the Town (roc of charge. L 0 UI Has on hand a large and varied slock of Wmtsr Gfosels of every fefyle, quality and variety with a complete stock of BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, &C. All of which will be sold...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 17 February 1877

TWO DOLL A US PER ANNUM. } GOD A.JSTX) OTTTl COTJ ISTTllY. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE VOLUME 10. SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRU ARY IT, 1877. NUMBER 52 MASONIC ADDRESS. ? Delivered bclorc tho Lodges of Sumter by E. XV. Moisc on 27th Dec., 187G. Brethren,?We have assembled at a peiiod of great public anxiety. The alarming condition of our Stale and national government, the grave issues presented to the public mind und the unsettled if not anarchic posture ol ?flairs around us, all tend to concen trate" popular sentiment ami thought Upon political matters to lb : utter exclusion ol other considerations. At such a time it would seem to be difficult to rivet attention upon a subject so purely adhelie as specula tive or symbolic Masonry. Yet a mere caieful review of the situation of the people, most near'y ti fleeted by both gbvernincnial misrule and Alnsoiuc association, will evolve and exhibit the conclusion, Iba- the a > plication of trn.s .Vasonic principles i faction, would be potential, in rcmc...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 17 February 1877

[t ?x('i.ri)ri) vv.tm hy.K i*: t:> r. ] the great in .crests ul'liuiuun progress, nnd tho great cause of American civilization, to the benefit of indi vidual interest or the advauccmcut of party ends. The tcachiugs of Mason ry would sjft.cn personal asperities and link a present of peace to a pnst of honor. Our noble State is like the great Master, assailed at all points, and stricken down by those, who should shield and protect her; let us cling to Masonic Faith in tho justice of her cause, to Masonic Hope, for the traiisccndaut blessings of her fu ture, and bearing ever in our hearts Masonic Charily, for those who may honestly differ with us, in our views, let us move steadily forward in tho path of duty, trusting that we may yet live to see the day, when our Stnb now dishonored and disgraced, it.ay once more, rise to her proud position in the constellation of States, and the virtues of our people, now. lna?gtied and abused, be once more irrspeeled nod admir?d its 'theslone whi...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 17 February 1877

LOCAL._= The oat crop is in a fine growing condition. I (Tighter and tighter?tho timc3 aud ladies dresses. We never see the Waltcrboro AVjkm norr-a-days. What has become of il? But one or two sheriffs! in the State refuse to lecogni/.c commitments from Hampton's Trial Jos'ices. Last Wednesday was Velen tine's Day, and many were the valentines that passed through our Post Office. A brick flue has been built in the Engine Hall for the use of the Post Office. 1 ? Mr. C. D. Blume is how rusticating in the Fork. No better place for ovjoyment. The people over there are all clever aud sociable. Not near the advances on liens are being given this year as were hut year. Merchans are very caution* and not quick to run farm.mm. . - IHK ll'l ? ? ? I . Mr. \V? M. Sain is now standing tl.o fine stallion of Mr. William Joiner. The animal is a beautiful and well bred horse aud gets excel lent colts. Tin: baptist enmai ls trying to secure as their pastor the Rev T. W. Molliehainp, a minis ter of wid...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 17 February 1877

mWd PiClflC GUANO. The above well known GUANO AIM) COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE is now offered for sale at Ihe following places in Ibis county. Consumers of this Guano will find it fully up to last yours quality which gave such uni versal satisfaction. For circulars and prices apply lb BTJXX. ?& SOOVILLEj Orann-ebTirg. J. Tri. LOKYBA, Lewisville. W- Jp- Dutke, Rowasville or to. E< H. FROST & Co, Charleston S. C. fob 10 3m OP f !0 I din receiving now one of the largest Supplies of Farming Imnlimouts, ft?*o?l fi-otafocs, GSstrtioii Noctis, together wiih all the ivcll known II HANDS of GUANO ami FE UTILI ZE KS for which I am agent. Am also receiving large additions to my large stock of IIY G 001)8 GROCERIES, HOOTS, SI 10KS, HATS, CA! S, &C. PROVISIONS AND FLOULI which all will be sot^d ohi-:ap foe cash, CHOUGH II CORNJSLiSON. Hampton's Government Is receiving all the taxes needed to keep it going and to supply with food the inmates of the Lunatic Asylum, Penitentiary, etc., b...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 24 February 1877

TWO DOLLARS PKK ANNUM. )? VOLUME 11. GOJD AND^TJR COUNTEY. SATURDAY MORNING^, FEBRUARY 24, 18TT. _4* - ?'? ALWAYS IN ADVA NC NUMBER 1 CHAMBERLAIN Still usurps the office of Governi r, but I have lor sale, notwithstanding, the prettiest, most durable ami showy lot of of HORSES and MULES ever brought from Kentucky. The Electoral Commission hns MURDERED Ju9ticeby counting Florida for Hayes and Wheeler, but that shall net pre vent inc from holding out cxtrnordi iiary inducements to mv customers. If you want HOUSES and MULES cnllou me at the Livery Stables B. E. SLATER, feb 17 2t A CARD, l?r. J. G. WAN N AM A K Kit is in pos "C?Kion of ihc Receipts ami Prescription Books of the late Dr. K. ,7. Olivcros. All poiHonK desiring to get any of the above Vi^parations or Renewal of Prescriptions jan do so by calling on Dr. WANNA M A K EU, At bis Ding Store. nug 21?3m ) tL JA) Ja m According to the latest improvements in the art. L. S. WOLFE over Ezekiel's ?tore. arc prepared to entente anything ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 24 February 1877

I4?UKI> KVKItV S.CI < \xv.\\ "SIM; ..'? ;.. liil UiC.VKUKlSUUti XKWii ' - ?.M I AN V. ;?E0. BOMYMIt, business Manager. Terms of Stibsci'i|?tion. Owe Copy one Year.!?2 'tu " " Six Mouths. 1 00 Kales of Adverlising. One S'puirc lit Insertion.?1 AO J-mc/i Subsequent " . I 00 Notices inserted in Local ( oluinu at 'JOc per Line. All Subscriptions owl Truntieid Advertise ment* to be paid for in A dcunce. fi(8y*" Ab ltecipt* jor Subscription <?? Adver tisements are Valid unless Siyned by Jiustncss Manager. ff?$Tm Wc are in no way responsible for the views or opinions of our Correspond cuts. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY Z'i, ltl/V. The Usurping Governor. Verily, there is not n more de graded man lo-dny in the Btntj than X). H. Chamberlain. He hangs like leprosy on the Feilend power to uphold him and is little better than the skulking cur I hat is stoned to death when found unfit to live. The editor of the N i:\ts and Tiui.s warned the people against him when they were shouting his praises fr...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 24 February 1877

_L O C .A. Hi. 'i :Kee notice of ^V. A. Moroney. It rained on Thursday night. Lii'.-'^ 1 " ?-???mi ?. See advertisement of Mr. J.C. Pike. See advertisement of John A. Hamilton. Tho people are preparing their lauds lor planting. Mr. \V. C. Hives has been appoint ed a Trial Justice by bis Excellency Gov. Hampton. Hampton's Mounted Riflemen, with Mr. Thar in as Captain, Ibis been ac cepted into service by the G >vera >r llickcnbackcr & Taylor have dis solved co-parlnorship, ami the busi ness" hereafter will be conducted by Mrij Luther S. Jlmkcn baker. Straw bonds arc all the go now in certain courts. 1 lie grand jury will have their attention called I) the fact. life Coinct und Independent h*ire Companies : an a race on Wednesday afternoon last. The Independents' triumphed. A.,Fischer will buy beeves, hags* chickpus, egg? and all other country produce and pay the highest in irk el price cash for them, The Rev. T. W. Mcliichamp has accepted the call made by the Bap list C hure...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 24 February 1877

OF GEO. H. CORNELSON S I urn receiving now one of the largest supplies of Farming ImpIimciitM, Scc?l JPo< aloes, Cisirdcu Sccd?, together with'all the well known BRANDS of GUANO and FERTILI ZERS for which I am agent. Am alec receiving large additions to my large stock of DRY GOODS ' GROCERIES, BOOTS] SHOES, HATS, CA] S, &C. PitOVISIONS AND FLOUlt which all will be sox,3D cl-ii;.a i? Kcm ca.su, (iKOIifiK 1I CO Ii NK I.SOX. Hampton's Government Is receiving nil the taxes needed to keep it going and to supply wiili food the inmates of the Lunatic Asyhon, Penitentiary, etc., but the question is, will the people of this county receive supplies sufficient to do them unless they call on JONES & WANNAMAEEB ? Times, it is true, are hard, but the noble and sturdy sons of old Orange burg county should sec to it that the INNER MAN Is taken care of. And to this end the above named firm is bending all their energies- With nn abundance of Flour, Sugar, Coffee, Lard Bacon, Hams, Canned F...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 3 March 1877

PKRUVBAN GUANO Parties desiring guano delivered ou or before 1st April can make arrangements rangciuenUi with me by calling in early. Peruvian. Ouano ?? Impor ters hands is net ensh, and I shall (ill first all lots engaged on such terms. I am re ceiving same by said vessel from New York. I?liosx">ltate and Ac id. at lowest prices. Sugars, Coffee, Tobacco Family Flour, Flows, ' Steel tec. always on baud Early l-iose. Goodrieli and Peerless Seed Potatoes also Ke?l Itust Proof Oars. J. L Hamilton Hussoll Street next to OorhyUon's. A CABD, Dr. J. ii. WANNAMAKMt is in pus ?,o?sion of the Itcccipt* and Prescription Books of tlic late Dr. K. J. Oliyeros. All prisons desiring to j;ct any;of the above Vi 'paralious or Renewal ol" Prescriptions .?on do so by calling on Dr. WANN AM A K Kb, At his Drug Si ore. Ahf* 21?"in According to the latest improvement* i the art. L. S. WOLFE fiver K/.ekicI's Sinrc. is prepared I execute anything in Im- line (?Unrantt'cing a faithful attendance : busine...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 3 March 1877

K WS Sl 'I i >,\ !?.:???. iiwi'ui) kvi:kv i\Vri ?i>ay m ?.?!::?: in?, a* tiie OJtAA'Oi:?i'ltO NCWS COM TAN Vi ?i?Kb? BOfiiVKK, itnsiiioks Manager. Tei'his t?r SuUscriptioit. One C-v! orte )\w.$2 00 " "' ,S';> Mom!,*. 1 00 Halt's iif Advcrtishig; One. Square lit Insertion.:'~l 'f,f> Haeii Sulisequeid " .i ? (,? }toiiceu iumcrtcd hi /.beul Column ut'lOeper hint. All Si'iliwrijitioiuf and 'J'ran.iicnt Adrertise m<nis /?) If. }uii%l for im ?!*' ?4?<y- .V.? AVci?/.i Siifociijjtioii m Adiei; H*r?Krtl< >"?'. Vit I id UnlcM Si>li-d ?if I!' ? Mau ?pi'.r. Jt*?V' w?c are in mi way ivlspon-ihlc t->t th?r view- or opinions of' ?>iii* '.'orrdsjHiiiU-i SATURDAY, MANCH 3, 1877; Arc Southern Politicians a Fail uro ? It is a fael now that Hayes aiiil Wheok-i will be iuanguniicil- And Svltiil good thing they will do for I he South is one of the iMictrl.ainl.iosof ? doubtful future. Coupled with the Mortons and Chandlers by association and the cohesive power ol public p...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 3 March 1877

Tj O C A i It eloudod UDjtThurstldy afternoon. | .Brace up, you uro so sweet ! - ? ?* ? ?*? ? m~- ? j I.Chamberlain has an interest in the j Failccr business. - .. ?- ?ii vjv ? - ? ?*?jr>.-%r??. ?See public s Je cm' C. Youngblopd in this issue. Mr. L. S. i.iekcnbnkor has u new advertisement in this paper. Head it. The Entertainment given as a beuc ht to Messrs. Tohitt and Schillloy iv.ii* a success; Mosesj.ruwn, the bar bei. mbscrib. d for the Xrirs um! C'"'/-Av, and l-Yanj. Leslie's Illustrated Wee'dy for ihe benefit of his cu-toim r?f, Wanted? To know Ihe iianve of tiieVbcef man who d.idii't know the dillcrenec between a man and wo man. Mr! Frank Shifer has a new supply of horses and mules ju.-l from St ouis. Call mi hi tu :;i Ii veiv stable* ? yoti .want somothiuj: hand .some. ...-.?.?mm . ? . ?? A week or so since spine $< amp or scamps bisrrowed into ihe s.i.ipky house of Mr. 1. A. 'I ill hud t< '?? hid years meat. bcsip..-s a .plant ity in soap ami other article.:?. T...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 3 March 1877

_H. O O .A. JLu_ ^iIjt.cloudod upaThursday afternoon. Brace up, you are so sweet ! ;?ivtlliai?berlaiu has an interest in the Faiker business. See public j Je oi' 0. Youngblood in this ^ssuo. Mr. L. S. l.ickcnbakcr has u new ^advertisement in Ibis paper. Read it. Tlie Entertainment given as a bene fit to Messrs. Tbbiii and Scltiflley was a success. Moses Brown, thp barber, subscribed h' for the jVc-t-.s ami GoUrjvr, and Fi-ank j Leslie's Illustrated Weekly lor the cum:-.' v.: benefit of his customers. Wanted?To know the name of the*, beef man who didn't know the difference between a man and wo " ??. kt '<Mr. Frank Slater has a new supply: .''of horses and mules just from St. Louis. Call on him at the livery stables if you .want something hand some. ? m .in?. - . sioaujuw M ? - : A- week or sn .since some scaiiip or scamps burrowed into the smoke house of Mr. I. A. Till and stole his year's meat, besides a m'iautitV of .-A i ei i.- i , soap and other articled. 1 he roghes have esca...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 3 March 1877

GEO. H. CORNELSON'S I am receiving now one of the largest supplies of Farming ImpllmeulH, Seed l*ola<oes, Garden Seeds, together wiih'nll the well known BRANDS of GUANO and FERTILI ZERS for which I am agent. Am also receiving large additions to my large stock of DRY GOODS GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CA1S, SC.! PROVISIONS AND FLOUR ?which all will be SOLD CI-IICA.13 jTQ-R, C_A.SH, GEORGE ii COUNKLSOX. Is receiving all the taxes needed to keep it going and to supply with food the inmates of the Lunatic Asylum, Penitentiary, etc., but the question is, will the people of this county receive supplies sufficient to elo them uulcss they call on JONES & WANNAMAKEB? Times, it is true, arc hard, but the noble and sturdy sons ol old Orange burg county should sec to it that the INNER MAN Is taken care of. And to this end the above named firm is bending all their energies. With an abundance of Flour, Sugar, Cotfcc, Lard Bacon, Hams, Canned Fruits, Meats, Oysters and barrels of Whiskey ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 10 March 1877

-*? ? ,? ? - ? t TWO'DOLLARS PER ANNUM, y GOD Js^NT) O?fe COUNTRY. ALWAYS IN ADVAN CE Y?LfJME 11. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1877. NUMBER yd THE ERRATIC "WRIGHT. i . . . \ . Ant Interview lvltH Hi? litill Dozcd Black Justice. mfc He Did and Wby Ho Didn't? Tho ' Flight from Columbia?Whipper on Guard. Oh Saturday the vigilant Columbia correspondent of the Journal of Com ntert? " telegraphed the following information : "Mystery as to whereabouts of Er ratic Wright solved at last. This morning he left here per buggy, in company with Whipper, and went to Hopins', at which place lie took the train going towards Charleston. He stopped nt Branchville, but whether he resumetl his advance upon Charles ton' or "wont towards A ugusta is not Known. It is not thought probable that lie \vill go to Augusta and stop *tt the'Plan tor's Hotel." iiujiTiicci a jynor.. -'As: soon as the news reached the. city,' a ? reporter for the Journal <>f ^oinmrrcr. was sent iii quest of the er ratib 'Judge.'...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 10 March 1877

? TWO DOLI.ARS l'EK ANNUM, y GOD .A-ISTD OTJR. OO IT"N ' PIt "ST, ALWAYS IJf ADVAN CE Volume it; Saturday morning, m^ch 10, mi nitm ber3 ,;d THE ERRATIO WRIGIHT. An 'Interview will? Hie Rull l>ozc<l Black Justice. Why He Did nml Why Ho Diiln't?Tho 1 Flight from Columbia?Wliinner on Chord. Oh Saturday the vigilant Columbia correspondont of the Journal of Com nierb6: telegraphed the following information: :- "Mystery as to whereabouts of Er ratic Wright solved at last. This morning he left here per buggy, in company with Whipper, nnd went to Hopins', at which place he took the train going towards Charleston. lie stopped at Branchville, but whether lie resumed his advance upon "Charles ton' or went towards'Augusta is hot Known. It is not thought probable that he will go to Augusta and stop at the'Planter's Hotel." lIUNTIXG A JUDGK. : As: soon as the news reached the ?city.'n. ? reporter for the .'fonrnal. of 'Coinmrrcr. Wns sent iii quest of the er ratic Judge. He was seen in the...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 10 March 1877

^EWS & TIMES. I?.SCKl> KVHUY SATtMU AY MOKNIN-i CY tlli? OltAKUEliCUU NJiWS COM 1'ANY. '.GEO. UOLIYEH, business Manager. Terms of Subscription. One Copy one Year.$2 00 " " Six toott'hs. 1 00 Rates of Advertising. One Square 1st fnan-don.$1 50 Each Subsequent " . 1 00 Notices inserted in Local Ooluinn at "0c pa Line. All Subscription:-, and Transient Advertise incuts to be paid for in Advance. Ko llcript-< Jor Subscription or Adver tisements arc Valid unless Siyncd by Eusincss Manager. Wc arc in no way responsible for the views or opinions of our Correspond ents. SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1877."" ltfo More Gruntisra. The besot, ted military ruler of America for eight years gave over the reins of this government to his suc cessor on Sundtiy last. The country is rid of Grant at last, and may Heaven save it from a like nfiliciiofi in future. 1J is reign was character ized by oppression of the .South, nepotism, and corruption. It had no redeeming features about it. Grant did everythi...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 10 March 1877

Potros Council No. 11, R.\ & S/. M.% Will meet each Thursday at G o'clock P. M. from 1st October to 1st April and at 8 o'clock ? from 1st April to 1st October, on the following dates. June 24, July 22, Aug. 19, Sept. 16, Oct. 21, Nov. 18, and Dec. I?. . ... J. F. 1ZL ' * ?''tir.'W. BriUNfioN, Recorder. Knreka Chapter No. 1?. R\ A.\ M.\? "Will meet during the present Masonic year at the URual Hours, the follow in dates : March 10th, April 7th, May 5th, June 2nd, Auguut 4th, September 1st, October 27th, November24th, Lecetnber 20(11. J. P. IZLAlt, M. E. II; P. J. M, Bbukson, Sec. . Shibboleth bodge No. 28, A.*. P.-. M.v? Will ih'eet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock, from 1st Oct. to 1st April and at S o'clock M lit April to 1st October on the follow ing dates, April 4, May 2, June G, July 4, Aug. 8, Sept. 5, Oct. 3, Nov. 7, Dee. 5. .... J AS. P. 17, L A It, W. M. Gbo. W. BnuxsoN, Sec. . may^20 ? 1875 7ni. Erfisto Lodge No- H8,?Meets at Odd FellOw? . Holt, every Friday evening at 8 o'cloc...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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