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"THE FREE CITIZEN.
SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1875.
C?it;y- X>ii*ec?t <>!.;>
MAYOR, - - Joab VV. Mosel ?o'.
CLERK, - T. D. Wolfe.
TREASURER, - - B. Williamson.
ALDERMEN^-Henry Washington, J. P.
Harley, ii. Williamson, T.D. Wolfe.
POSTMASTER, - - w. E. Williams,
Thomas Phillips,pastor. Services,morn
ing, afternoon and evening.
BAPTIST,-Rey. Mr. Norris, pastor.
Services, lirst Sunday evening, and di?'
second and four til Sundays, morning,
METHODIST (south).-"Rev. Mr. Cam
pbell, pastor. Services morning and
evening. Sunday-school, '.) A. M.
PRESBYTERIAN.-Kev. Mr. ll rmvn
evangelist. Sen ices, morning and after
noon. Sunday-school, ti 1-2 A. M.
EPISCOPAL.--First; and third Sundays.
Morning and afternoon.
LUTH tin AX Cue nen.-1? ev. Mr. Hough,
pastor. Services, morning 10 1-2, even
big at 7 o'clock.
The passenger trains on the S. C.
ll. lt. will pass through Orangeburg
as follows :
Day, from Charleston, 10. LS a. m.
" from Columbia, 7.510 p. m.
Night, from Columbia, 11,53 p. m.
" from Charleston, 2.20 a. m.
Ordinary. - - - 11 \-2 & 12
Good Ordinary, - - 12 1-2 & 13
Low Middling, - - l.'i
Strict Middling, -
rJ0 O "WJN' G LS I IS Li,.
Ol'FICE HOCUS AT OltAKGEBUUG
From 8 o'clock A. M. to 2 P. M.
From 3 o'clock P. M. to G P. .Al.
Goods received and delivered only
in ollicc hours.
OFFICE SCHOOL COMMISSIONER, \
ORANGEBURG COUNTY, >
March 12, 1*70. J
Teachers and all other parlies who
hold legitimate school claims against
this county, due prior to November,
1873, will please report them imme
diate^' at my oiliee, for registration.
Weather co ttl and rainy.
Hoyt Haidee and Linnell were execu
ted in Charleston yesterday.
l^Vfcr h -ter ii i - goa.?
nesSp?S?d will remain till thc isl of Maj*.
JW street has boon opened back
of .? iWg'e*c;iovcr's residence, leading
from l?foughtoii Street to thc Kail
An important referee case was de
cided before Geo. lioliver on Thurs
There was a meeting of the Orange
burg bar at Judge Clover's ofllec on
Monday, to arrange for the the eases to
be tried at thc extra session of the Court
of Common Pleas.
The frost of last Monday did groat
damage in this place. Sonic of the gar
dens that '.vere looking splendidly the
day before were a sorry sight to behold
Dr. Dukes bas opened his soda foun
tain for the season. Wo boin; that next
week we shall have sud) sunny
weather as to feel induced to take a re
freshing draught of his excellent Soda.
T. Kolm & Bro. lost none of their pop
ularity hy the late lire, I hough they did
much of their stock. Ibu a new stock
is on hand, and tho public should ?ive
them a call; if you buy nothing you will
always get polite treatment, free, ?il
C. D. Ivorljohu is meeting willi (be suc
cess in business that his enterprise and
energy fully merit. His business1 has
greatly increased of late, and all who
patronize him once are sure to call again.
Wc are glad to commend him to the pub
Our subscription list lins increased
lately so that we are obliged to add to
our issue or stop sending papers to those
who have not settled their bills. With
in two weuks nearly a hundred mimes
have been added to our list.
Wo wero Jgrcatly gratilied to receive
tho communication printed in another
column, from a nativo Conservative.
Our motto.is, no compromise with cor
ruption in either party. In all that we
have said, we have had tho "best inte
rests of thc whole people" tit heart, and
it is a satisfaction to us receive such com
munications as wo print to-day. Wo
hope to so conduct the CITIZEN as lo
merit thc approbation and good-will of
tho respectable timi fair-minded people
of our County, of both parties.
It is said that tlic News and Times will j
double this week. This is quito in "ac-1
cordanco with the eternal lit ness of
things." But still it is not always good
policy to display two faces under one
hood, though it may he a large one.
The body of young Burke, one of
thc unfortunate party drowned by tho
sinking ol'the yacht Kihi Anna, was
found oh Tuesday, oil" Commins Point
Scipio Bryan and Elijah Atkinson
werc'hung nt Beaufort, last Friday,
for thc murder of Mr. T. S. Behn,
near Grahamville, in June, 1874,
nearly a year ago.
THANKS, acknowledge a com
plimentary ticket to thc second annu
al Fair of the Agricultural, Mechani
cal and Horticultural Association, of
Mobile, Al., C. C. Langdon, President
and Wm. E. Mickle, Secretary.
With enlarged facilities for furnishing
reading matter to the. public, we hope
the ?Netos ami Times will soon publish
those affidavits to .-how what has become
of "that neat little pile of thu people's
money." We know that some connected
with thal paper have very treacherous
memories, lo say the least, but wo shall
occasionally remind thc Nines of ll prom
ises to thc publie.
Niles G. Parker was arrested on
Wednesday upon thc complaint ol' D'.
II. Chamberlain, T. C. Dunn, S. W.
Melton, W. B. Nash and Paris Sim
kins, as commissioners of the sinking
fund, for embezzling money ol' thal
fund while State Treasurer lo thc
amount ol ir^.S, 100. Tho bail is fixed
at ?50-000, which cannot be given,
and Parker goes to jail.
CHARLESTON DISTRICT CAMI* MEET
ING. Wc learn that this meeting will
commence on the 28th ol'April, ami
continue over the following Sabbath.
Thc meeting will bo under thc dircc
of a committee of arrangements chos
en by l'ut! Charleston churches. Thc
meeting will bc held upon the well
known ground, near Liaison's Station,
on thc S. C. P. lt. The R. Ll. will
carry those attending the meeting at
at reduced larc. Thc preachers and
people interested in thc meeting arc
invited to attend without respect, to
color or previous condition.
A lti:si'(>NSini.K ?'?> uuiXA?sr. Sumo
indignant person wrote lo I;now who
was Liie author of a sharp ii licit :- ii
Texas paper, to which thc
question replied: "Tao irvi
wrote that article carly ."n li!
hard-working blacksmith, f !
was a tieck hand on a stcan L l hen
he was a cow boy on the frontier, but
of late years ho has followed thc pro
fession of a prize-lighter. Ile only
became an editor to reduce his flesh
by starvation, so as to become more,
successful in his peculiar line." No
further inquiries were made.
Wc have been invited hy the teach
er, at thc request of the children, ol
Lewisville Schot)!, Amelia township.
District No. -1, tobe present sit an ex
hibition and picnic to bc given by
them on thc first day of May. li
would give us great pleasure to be
present on thal occasion but Saturday
is a very busy day with us. Should
wc hot be able to be present we hope
some friend-will furnish I he CITIZEN
with an account ol' the exercises.
May it prove to all c .icerned thc
"Merriest day of ali tho glad New
The Lexington centennial loffk place
last .Monday. The speakers were among
(he most accomplished and eloquent iii
(lie land, hui thu chilly air spoiled thc
effect of Mich' splendid orations. George
Wm. ('unis made the principal address
ut Concord, and llichstrtl ll. Dana per
formed the sante duly at Lexi g?on.
The following was one ol thc mans
toasts on that occasion:
"Tho .Stale of .South Carolina. Never
will Massachusetts forget thu proud re
sponse of South Carolina Ute very lllghl
she heard thc war note from Lexington.
Governor Chamberlain may veto every
thing lib wishes, but he must not veto
our earnest respect for a voice from the
Palmetto Stsite to tho Pine." Governor
Chamberlain, who responded, was re
ceived with much applause, aa were also
his sentiments of earnest desire for the
completo mid early restoration of true
fiait mal fool lugs between (he two great
Aloft, oh tho throne of God, anti
not below, in thc fool prints of a tramp
ling multitude, arc thc sacred rules of
right, which no majorities can dis
j place or overturn.-Citarles Sumner.
Thc following is thc list of J 'etil
Jury drawn by Joel Larkins, Esq.,
for tho extra tenn ol' Court: Wm.
Keilor, \Y. li. Livingston, Theodoijgj"]
Koli ll, Louis Woodward, Tony Gibbs,
A. N. (Mover. P. LVL Prickelt, Wc
C. Wright, Jacob G. Kcitt, Rici
Miles, Win. .Smith, Wm. Brown.
Charles Walker, David IS'. Charley.!
Wm. K. Crooke, W. W. Culler, Geo
Carvin, Frank Mathews, W. RI.
Sain, Dory Parlor, Rufus Pel
CuiTcc Fbi, P. DeMars, Elijah Bron :i
Jcfl' Robinson, Joseph Joli ti son j : .
Summers, Levi Summers, Bob C?fico;
E. A. Nix, Phillip Crowell, P. .
Folder, Isaac Hairier, Ned AV!;.. .
Gab Summers, Lords Paulling.
A Kind Word from an Unexpccl
Kp ITO lt Ku ?E ( ?TIJ5EN :
I have HOI ?ced that the CITIZEN
boen sued i?>r libel ami although a Con
servative, ?uul clilVurit*?j from you ii: so
of Hi'1 views which you express hi lin
paper, I c ns assure you bf tl?? symp
of the bust Conservative element i.
county. Wo aro xviiiing to ignore pat
dillcrciices and unite with any o
d'avor of au hottest government. Y our
cours? (luring ih? rt cent campaign I
subsequently-, in lighting au l exp diu
Corruption in your pitr'y, has fully . ?. .-,
eonvhieiul us licit ive ar? liol xvii Iii
eouiiuoii bond of Unil li anil thai wt III
co-operate xvii h yi.ii in youl lau '.'
ello its tn bring about u better still t|
allans iii our coutily. We agr?e
you, also, in lhe support ol* Gov?
( 'humbclnm's admin Ut rai ion. anti lb; lit.'
and you chanced lo bc born N'oi
.Ma>on ililli Dixon's line docs liol i:
decree dui rn : from our nppreeiali
your honest e d'or I s for reform. '1
who look on, ibero seems little t
of your ultimate success, ns a
.url honorable course, honorably pur
sued never fails to triumph lu
end over injustice and wrong. M
we regret thal the Times, our only exp -
neut ol' Conservative principles, lins
ceased to live, xv? are yet heartily
that the banner ol* reform has been r
by ti panel* ufa diil'creut political
from our own. While these saun i i
similar) efforts to mi-earth and driv
corrupt ?fllciuls xvero being mad
the Democratic press, the cry was r
'.thal it was all false, and that it
merely political capital." This c?
In-said of the CITIZEN; and whatever
ma}- he said of it by court house j I ?'.
ohms, and extremists of both panic.' lhe
Conservative clement in lhe couuv i
becoming beltdi' saltshed with yon, it?'-'
torts to sustain lind assisi Co vernor ]
?.'hamhevliibi in bb* policy pf ..reform,-]
and an lioiicvi adiuiaistrattiui bf publi?-j
Although the ml mo ol' tho T?ii)?? lias!
been collided vvi:!i that ol' the AVtcs, wei
cannot yet be broujrbt to think tl l
[principles bf Ilia 'Times were pur : -oil
.. itli its material, ?iud while wc
villi you in sonic points, your ft les?
ind uniformly upright course li
irmitlcretl a coiilldeuee liiai y< in
working to tho best interest of our
people, Besides making man)
friend-, your course bas nhill
many of the prejudices which nu
.\ N" ATI VE COXSEiiVATh fri.
A Lesson for Young Man.
On passing through one ol
wards of the -prison, I act
an elderly looking convict. Iii lu ld
down his head, as though ashall! o
look inc in thc face. On bau ;
buna tract bc said, fc,I knew youl
voice ns soon asl heard you, iii: I
bav? hoard you before to-day, sir."
Alter a few words of explanation,
I found Ulai wc bad been at one lil n
members of the .'.anio congregation,
and sat lintier the same faithful min
istry. 1 anxiously inquired bow it
was that he had fallen so low a lo
hccoiue JJjic inmate of ti prison.
UA class (d'ale, sir, was-my ruin."
..How could that, bc," I asked.
..1 was til one period of my .
sir, very intemperate, hut \ un
happily lcd lo give up drink entirely
although I did not sion any ph
which 1 now lament. I bccaii
regular attendant tit the place ol' or
ship and joined th? congr?gation. !
xvent on very happily for some y<
until one evening 1 was return
from -, when I met with sonic
friends from Mull. They prevailed
on nie lo ITO to the public house to j
have but 'one glass.' Conscience |
reproved mc, but having onie
upon lhe enchanted ground, Iv
readily induced lo tako more liquor,
until I bocaino overdone by it. Thc
next morning I was ashamed io shoxv
myself, und left-, for Leeds.
..Myoid appetite for drink had j
been rekindled; 1 became reckless,
and joined a set of counterfeit eoin-j
ors. Wo wore discovered, convicted,
ami now I tim to bc transported. < ?,
that I had never touched Unit om
glass [--Band of Hope Revivo.
Mew Adv ur lis monts.
ri -Kev. Mr. Bhikely is an authorized
?. ni for (iii - ! aper.
\. W. I'iiiekiioy. of Branchville, is
in uutuorized ??relit for this .'paper.
\ /.Di ll : MATZOTH '.
.Hi will !?. in?nhfricttirc't tills rear lintier
>riiiten<lcnec??rMr. S. MA Y Ki's. Orders
: .?. tn sccuru ?ittcniion; must bri pent in by
; ti!. KINSMAN OHOS.,
si Market struct, Charleston, S. C.
: . Southern Homo
A recently built
? ELLING- HOUSE, j
mist eligible part of Ofanycburg.
finished excepting a pari bf the
.iii.il work. l!n: material for which
?laud.) Two ami a half Stories,
l?oof, Ihn e l'.ay Windows, built
miliar care for a !
Situated on ;t very
L 1ST 3D E ? T ,
lil liing TilItKH AMI TlIUKK-QtiAK
:I:I:KS< ottered for sale, on account
of the sudden tl casu of the Owiior. The
i:; es would suit a person ol means.
< b tu' purchasing a SOU'I IIKKN*
?il Thc clinialt: ol" Oraiigoburo is
ttl ami n commended Im- invalids.
..Hy in cases of pulmonary iliseas
i ?.statu from Chiirleslon, S. CJ?. eigli- ?
yin es and from Columbia, S. (..am!
ia. 'in., sixty miles.
The terms ot' ?lie sale are reasona- J i
>d full particulars may he obtained
?big al ile* premises, or otherwise 1
mica ting with i
MPS. llOSA OLIVKltOS, ,
Orangebui'g, S. C.
eli 27, 1S7-"). 1
To TiVii Oi rtAiixs or QUANT: Kutino :
Tlie immou.se nish <.!' ihisim.ss lia-:
prevented mi ff oin uniting an ttil
lertisemcnt. Yours, &c,
C. 1). KOT.IGIIN,
Orniigebnrg, April 10, l.s7.*?.
y \ YI.U?? FOliDH AM AND LAWRENCE
Attorneys at Lav/,
!S ar Charleston ami Orangebug.
1 ,! TAYLOR, .1. l?.\M?.;il.\l) KII?lllIAJI,
T. 1). LAWRISATK.
""Special attention giveii to tho col
li of claims ami [iroiupt return
i : mgt?burg, Marcii*20, 1875.
> ci loot. COMM issi ON t:u. School
( un missioner Phillips bas Iiis ellice
day ou Thursdaj's .'??id Fridays of
woolf. Iiis examinations arc on
rsl Monday td' each month,
? y:. A. C. DTJKE3.
Dealer in all kinds of
Drags and Medicines,
Dr Dukes lias had Nine YearsTSxperi
. i Drugs and Medicines ami t boron li
ly o lofsinhds Iiis business. Ht' keeps
nilly on a large supply bf Goods
ly lound in a
Pi ?t-class Drury Store,
.Careful attention paid to tho com
? in'.: ol' Prescription* and ail order.?
; . i] ily attended to. Call on him at
ii ! miar Drug Sn re.
1 >i :u?reburg; Feb. ld. 1 ST."?.
. ' . . ! CA ItOt.INA lt A ir.l.'OA M.
CilA'lti.KSTOK, S. C.. Pcb. I"-, IST'i,
tn I ii Uer Titosiliiy, Kein tin iv Killi, thc lol- j
. li u::fi's ill SullUtltllu nt' Ulis Uoiltl Mill i
Ko hm) elicia :
. MUIA DAV i'ASSEXi J Elt Tit AI X.
I .na ve i ititrli-toii - - - rt.-l't A M
', Ciilnnihia ... .?.i;, p y,
(M? i iihohbia ... i ::n t? M
A.Charleston . - - tl.!.". I* .V |
USTA DAV l'A.SS ENI J EU TUA IN.
i ? liiirioslnn - - - 7.00 I' M I i
Ari Charleston '- - - C'l'i A M 1
?LUM Ul A SIGHT EXI'IIESS.
I.eiiv.i t l rloston - - - 7.oo 1? Md
\ rt . ,. nliiinbln ... r, \ \j
i ??f.vct ul nubia . - - 7.1? I' .M
? liarlestnii - - - ti.'!. A M
U'UUSTA XIOHT EXPRESS.
I . : vc i l.iirloslnn - - - 8..10 P Al
i .11 qiuirloston - - - r.ao A M
i . i iii ;inliiii Onv Passenger Trains, which
. \.M. innl nrrivo ai Il.tWl I'. M. will
iv. \ . nt hnrltMtiiii ami Itrani'livillf) .-tue univ
:,. f-nti morville ami Coorgu's. This applies holli
o, i ., i md down i ri ps.
1: ow Sfllicilnlo a closet connection will
h? nm Ult the Charlot lu, Columbia toni Aie
Ital omi nt ihuir Cro8.<>iiitr nuar Colutniila,
?ll ii vol 11 th.' lt an s I or iliriniidi Columbia
mul lyu iii ns iitilck n schedule lo Washington
1 |i " 1: Nin th its liv thi- nlhcr route.
Sleeping Curs on till nlghi trains. Itnggnga
oiont;;h. 8. S? SOLOMONS,
S. ll i e Kt.N.s, C.'J'. A. Supo iutcmlout.
A b V li tt T I S E ?VI E N T S ."
SO U TH EASTERS
T?tere is soon to be a paper entitled as
:ibovc, issued from Ibis olliee, and pub
lished in the interests of tho M. E. Church
in this portion of our work.
.Since the unwise removal of thc
Oh a ric sion Advocate, mir work has been
enlarging and extending in this section
?uni demands multiplying for a local or
.rail. The Charleston Advocate was for
two years published in Charleston. It
was during this eventful period in the
history of our cause in the Smith, one ol
the most important auxiliaries of our
work. Its removal left a vacant place
hete v. hieb has not sine? been lided. It
is ?tn old saying,'. that blessings brighten j
:>.s they take their flight." This was em
phalically true in reference to our daper
for this coast. Many were taken by Rttr
priso at its sudden removal and were
anxious for its return. It* we had been
as fully advertised of the wants and
wishes ol' the people in this section, he
lor.: (be transfer ofthat paper to Atlanta,
(Ja., ?ts we were after it was done, it
ivouUl i:< vee have ^oue from us. The
.!/. I ti od ist Advocate is a good paper and
tidy conducted, but it is too distant from
he Allantie coast to meet our local wants
ti (his section. Our work on this coast
tillers in some particulars from our work
a the section of Atlanta, or the valley of
he Mississippi. Its peculiar phases ean
lot be me! by those who live at a dis
tinct: froth us, and are not conversant
villi tbe exigencies and demands ol' this
iccliou. The people will have greater
Their Own Paper,
bat lives and sympathizes with them than
.au be awakeded for one coining to them
rom a distance, and managed by com
lt will bc larger than the FREE Crn
:KX, will bo
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at the low price of
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mureil, (raveling-and local arc agents
or ibis paper. I.el I hose who read this
lotice act at once in getting up a list of
AU communications for thc Advocate
should bc directed to us. at this place,
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ADYE lt T 1 S E MENTS.
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Attorney & Counselor at Law
^UGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON,
The undersigned has opened nn office for tho
SALE of LAND.
Persons haying HEAL ESTATE to dispose of
will do well lo register tho saino for salo.
Largo farms subdivided and sold in eitlicr
large or small parcels.
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per acre, on easy terms.
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;? paterfamilias by ltd tasteful designs for
embroidered slippers and luxurious dress
ing-gowns. Hut tho reading matter of
tho Bazar is Uniformly of great excel
lence. Tho paper has* acquired a wide
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