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TH? FREE CITIZEN.
SATURDAY, APfflL 24,1875^
MAYOR, - - Joab \V. Moseley
CLERK, - T. D. Wolfe.
TREASURER, - - B. Williamson.
ALDERMEN,-Henry Washington, J. P.
Harle}', li. Williamson* T.D.Wolfe.
POSTMASTER, - - W.E.Williams.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH-Rev
Tnonias Phillips, pastor. Services, morn-1
ing, afternoon and evening.
BAPTIST.-Rev. Mr. Norris, pastor.
Services, iirst Sunday evening, and the
second and fourth Sundays, morning,
METHODIST (south).-"Rev. Mr. Cam
pbell, pastor. Services morning and
evening. Sunday-school, 9 A. M.
PRESBYTERIAN.-Kev. Mr. ll rown
evangelist. Services, morning and after
noon. Sunday-school, JJ 1-2 A. M.
EPISCOPAL.-First and third Sundays.
Morning and afternoon.
LUTnERANCllURClI.--lTiev. Mr. Hough,
pastor. Services, morning 10 1-2, even
ing at 7 o'clock.
The passenger trains on thc S. C.
R. R. will pass through Orangeburg
as follows :
Day, from Charleston, 10.18 a. rc.
" from Columbia, 7.3? p. m. j
Night, from Columbia, 11.53 p. m.
" from Charleston, 2.20 a. ru.
Ordinary, - - . - ll 1-2 & 12
Good Ordinary, - - 12 1-2 & 13
"Low Middling, - - l.'l
Strict Middling, -
TOW JV CBIEB.
OFFICE HOURS AT ORANGEBURG
From 8 o'clock A. M. to 2 P. Mi
From 3 o'clock P. M. to G P. M.
Goods received and delivered only
ia office hours.
OFFICE SCHOOL COMMISSIONER, \
ORANGEOURG COUNTY, >
March 12, 1875. J
Teachers and all other parlies who
hold legitimate school claims against
this county, due prior to November,
1873, will please report them imme
diately at my office, for registration.
Weather cold and rainy.
Hoyt Har tl cc and [lunch were execu
ted in Charleston yesterday.
? y -
Pi^ftT'.'biicr has gone North on bttsl
ne's^PRd will remain till the 1st of Maj-.
hv street has boon opened badi
of JiWg^Glovcr's residence, leading
from broughton Street to thc Rail
An important referee case was de
cided before Geo. Boliver on Thurs
There was a meeting of the Orange
burg bar at Judge . Glover's office on
Monday, to arrange for thc thc cases to
be tried at thc extra session of the Court
of Common Picas.
Thc frost of last Monday did great
damage in litis place. Some of the gar
dens that were looking splendidly the
day before were a sorry sight to behold
Dr. Dukes lias opened his soda foun
tain for the season. Wo hope that next
week wo shall have such sunny
weather as to feel induced to take a rc
? freshing draught of his excellent Soda.
T. Kuhn & Bro. lost none of their pop
ularity by the late lire, though they did
much of their stock. But a new stock
Is on hand, and the public should give
them a call; if you buy nothing you will
always get polite treatment, free, at
C. D. Kortjohu is meeting with thc suc
cess in business that his enterprise and
energy full}' merit. His business has
greatly increased of late, and all who
patronize hint once are sure to call again.
We arc glad to commend him to the pub
Our subscription list has increased
lately so that wo aro obliged to add to
our issue or stop sending papers to those
who have not settled their bills. With
in two weeks nearly a hundred names
have been added to our list.
Wo wero ?greatly gratified to rcccivo
tito communication printed in another
column, from a native Conservative.
Our motto, is, no compromise with cor
ruption iii either party. In all that wo
have said, we have had Ibo "best Inte
rests of tho whole peoplo" at heart, and
it is a satisfaction to us receive such com
munications as wo print to-day. Wo
hope to so conduct, tho CITIZKN as to
merit tho npnrobatiou and good-will of
tho respectable and fair-minded people
of our County, of both parties.
It Is said that tho Nixes and Times will
double tld.s week. Thia is quite In "ac
cordance with tho eternal Illness of
things." Hut still it is not always good
policy to display two faces under one
hood, though it may bc :i huge one.
The body of young Burke, one of
thc unfortunate party drowned by thc
sinking of the yacht Elia Anna, was
found on Tuesday, oiF Commins Point
Scipio Bryan and Elijah Atkinson
wcre'hung at Beaufort, last Frida}',
for thc murder of Mr. T. S. Behn,
near Grahamville, iii June, 1874,
nearly a year ugo.
THANKS. We acknowledge a com
plimentary ticket to the second annu
al Fair of the Agricultural, Mechani
cal and Horticultural Association, of
Mobile, Al.,C.C. Langdon, President
and Win. E. Mickle, Secretary.
With enlarged facilities for furnishing
rending mat I er to the. public, we hope
Ibo News and Times- will soon publish
those affidavits lo show what has become
of ''that neat lillie pile of Ihe people's
money." Wc know that some connected
with that paper have very treacherous
memories, to say the least, but we shall
occasionally remind thc .Vetea of it prom
ises to thc public.
Niles G. Parker was arrested on
Wednesday upon thc complaint of D.
II. Chamberlain, T. C. Dunn, S.; W.
Melton, W. B. Nash and Paris Sim
kins, as commissioners of thc sinking
fund, for embezzling money of thal
fund while State Treasurer to tho
amount ol ?28,100. Thc bail is fixed
at ?5u.000, which cannot bc given,
and Parker goes to jail.
C.IAPLESTON DISTRICT CAMP MEET
ING. We learn that this meeting will
commence on thc 2Sth of April, and
continue over thc following Sabbath.
Thc meeting will be under the direc
of a committee of arrangements chos
en by tho Charleston churches. Thc
meeting will be held upon the well
known ground, near Ladson's Station,
on the S. C. R. lt. The R. lt. will
carry those attending; thc meeting at
at reduced fare. Thc preachers and
people interested in the meeting are
invited to allom! without respect to
color or previous com'tilion.
A RESPONSIBLE JoKitNAbtsr. Some
indignant person wrote to know who
was thc author of a sharp ai tiel? ii !?
Texas paper, to which the jour nul in
question replied : "The man
was a deck hand on a steamboat, then
bc was a cow boy on the frontier, but
of late years bc bas followed thc pro
fession of a prize-fighter. 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.
Wo have boen invited Ivy tho tcftoh
cr, at thc request of thc children, of
Lcwisvilhi School, Amelia township,
District No. 4, tobe present at tm ex
hibition and picnic to be given by
them on thc first day of May. It
would give r.3 great pleasure to bc
present on thal occasion but Saturday
is a very busy day with us. Should
wc riot bc able to be present wc hope
some friend-will furnish thc CITIZEN
with an account of the exercises.
May it prove to all conconied thc
"Merriest day of all thc glad New
Thti Lexington centennial toffk place
hist Monday. The speakers were among
the most accomplished and eloquent in
the laud, but the chilly air spoiled the
effect el their Splendid orations. George
Win. Curds made the principal address
at Concord, and Itiohard ll. Daua per
formed thc same duty at Lexington,
The following was one of thu many
toasts on that occasion :
"Thc Stale of South Carolina. Never
will Massachusetts forget lite proud re
sponse of South Cand?na thc very night
she heard the war note from Lexington.
Governor Chamberlain may veto every
thing ho wishes, but he must not veto
our earnest respect for a voice from the
Palmetto State to tho rino." Governor
Chamberlain, who responded, was re
ceived with much applause, as were also
his sentiments of earnest desiro for thc
completo and- early restoration of (ruc
fraternal feolings between thc two great
Aloft, on tho throne of God, and
not below, in tho footprints of a tramp
ling multitude, are thc sacred rules of
right, which no majorities can dis
place or overturn.-Charles Sumner.
wrote that article carly in lifo
hard-working blacksmith, la
. ~ T#
Tho following is thc list of Petit
Jury drawn by Jool Larkins, Esq!,
for the extra term of Court: Wm.
Keller, Vf. Bi Livingston, Thcodouji
Kohn, Louis Woodward, Tony Giblis,
A. N. Glover, P. M. Prickelt, Wesley
C. Wright, Jacob G. Kcitt, Richard
Miles, Win. Smith, Wm. Brown.
Charles Walker, David N. Chai loy,
Wm. K. Crooke, W. W. Culler, Geo.
Garvin, Frank Mathews, Vf. M.
Sain, Dory Parlor, Rufus Felder,
Cuflee Fiol, F. DeMars, Elijah Brown.
Jed* Robinson, Joseph Johnson, Eli
Summers, Levi Summers, Bob Cuflee.
E. A. Nix, Phillip dowell, F. F.
Fehler, Isaac Iluiglor, Ned While,
Gab Summers, Louis Paulling.
A Kind Word from an Unexpected
EDITOR FREE CITIZEN:
I have noliced that thc CITIZEN ll ..
been sued tor libel and although a Con
servative, and differing from you in some
of thc views which you express in tho
papery I can assure you ol" thc sympathy
of the best Conservative clement hi
county. We are willing to ignore part}
differences and turtle with any o
favor ol* an honest government. Your
eotir.se during thc recent campaign tl
subsequently, in lighting and exp nj
corruption In your party, has fully
convinced us Hint wc aro not without a
common bond of Union and that wc can
co-operate with you lu youi laudable
eflbrls to brin;; about a helier stu? of
allah's in ?mr cornily. We agree with
you, also, ?it lim support of Govi
ChainbchihVs administration, and lin l li
an.I you chanced lo be boi n North ol
Mason and Dixon's line does; not h.
degree detract Iront our appr?ciatif
your honest cherts for reform. '1 il
who look on, there seems little c
of your ultimate success, as a
and honorable course, honorably pur
sued never lads to triumph in t!:c
end over injustice and wrong. V> idle
we regret that the Times, our only expo
nent ol' Conservative principles, leis
ceased to live, we arc yet heartily glin
that the banner of reform bas been raised
by a paper of a different political faith
from our own. While these same (or
similar) efforts to un-earth and drive ont
corrupt officials wera being mad by
the Democratic pres.-, the cry was r A - d
"that it was all false, and that it was
morely political capital.'" This cannot
be said ol' thc CITIZEN; and whatever
may he said of it by court bouse polltl- 1
chins, and exl.reini.sts of bulk parlies, thc
Conservativo element in the comity i
becoming better sinIslicd with yum ef
forts to sustain and assist Governor
Chamberlain hi lila pulley ol "i cl'unn. >
ami an honest administration ot' phillie
Ali hough tim name ol' the Times has 3
been coupled w illi that of the N't les, we
I cannot yet be brought to think Hi:.' the
principles ol* tho 'Times were purchased
with ils material, and while we (tiller
with yon lu some points, your IV
?iud uniformly upright course h - cu
gendered a confidence that you ure
working to flip bet Interest of our whole
people. Besides making many m \
friends, your course has obliterated
11)11113' of the prejudices which nu' yum
A NATIVE CONSERVATIVE.
A Lesson for Young Men.
On passing through one ol thc I
wards ol' the-prison, -I accosted
an elderly looking convict. Ile held
down his head, tis though ashamed lo
look me in the face. On handing
ni LI iv i i.ii v. HU aunt, x iiiiCo IOU!
voice as soon as I heard you, sir ; I
have heard you before to-day, sir."
After a few words of explanation,
I found that wc had been at one lime
members of thc same congregation,
and sat under the same faithful min
istry. I anxiously inquired how it
was that he had fallen so low nfl to
becomeinmate of a prison,
"A glass of ale, sir, was-my ruin,"
"Now could that bo," I asked.
"1 was at one period of my lifo,
sir, very intemperate, hut was
[happily lcd to give up drink entirely, j
although I did not sign any ptcdgi ,j
which I now lament. I became a
regular attendant at thc place of wor
ship and joined the congregation, i.
went on very happily for some years,
until one evening I was returning
from -, when I met willi somq
friends from Hull. They prevailed
on mc to go to thc public house to
have but 'ono glass.' Conscience
reproved mc, but having ente
upon tho enchanted ground, I was
readily induced to take moro liquor,
until I became overdone by it. The
next morning I was ashamed to show
myself, and left-, for Leeds.
"My old appetite for drink had
been rekindled ; I became reckless,
anti joined a set of counterfeit coin
ers. Wo were discovered, convicted,
anti now I am to ho transported. 0,
that I had never touched that one
glas9 I-Band of Hope Jieview.'
- Kev. Mr. Blakely is an authorized
Igent for this paper.
-A. \V. Phickney, of Branchville, is
?ti autuorized agent for this paper.
rATZ?T1I I .MATZOTH t
i . i .ali will lio manufactured ibis vear under
tl itorintundcnuo of Mr. S. MAYERS. Orders
: .o to secura attention.must 1?' s'ont Iii hy
! Vprll. KINSMAN 15KOS.,
81 Market street, Charleston, ?. C.
:>. Southern Home
A recently built
In the mest eligible part of Orangeburg,
S. ? ' . finished excepting a part of thu
tiru mental work, thc material for which
.land.) Two and a half .Stories.
1 re Wool', three Bay Windows, built
with peculiar care for a
Ia R 3 VATE tl ES.DENCE,
.Situated on a very
IF X IST E LOT ;
Containing THUKK ANU Tn UKE-QU AR
TEN VCKKKS? offered for sale, <?n account
hf thc sudden decease of tho owner. The
j . ur-cs would suit a person ol means,
irons of purchasing a SOUTIIEKN
.MK Thu climate of Ornugchurg is
ithftil and reconuuended for invalids,
? ~?n ( ?ally in cases of pulmonary diseas
' - . Distant froni Charleston, t?. C., eigh
ty ! ii s ami hom Columbia, 5. C., and
Au; II ita, '.Ja-, sixty miles.
5 'The terms of the sale are rcasona
nd full particulars may be obtained
?big ul thu premises, or otherwise
< unuminicating u ?th
MRS. 110SA ObiVK?IO.S.
Orangeburg, s. C.
March "27, 1S75.
To Tin? GITIZKKS OP ORA NC EU CHG :
Thc i in meuse rush pf Business baa
prevented inc from writting an ad
vertisement. Yours, ?C.,
C. D. K?TJ?HN,
Oraiigeburg, April 10, 187?.
JTAYLOU FORDHAM AND LAWRENCE
Attorneys at Law,
Offices nt Charleston and Orangebug.
I. J. TAYLOR, J. HAMMOND I'(Hu)HA31,
V. 1). LAWRENCE.
'/ r*"Spechd attention given to the col
lection of claims and prompt return
Oraiigeburg, March'20, 1S7.">.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONER. .School
Con missioner Phillips bas his office
du on Thursdays and Fridays of
each week. His examinations arc on
the first Monday of each month.
yy>- A. C. DUKES,
Dealer in all kinds of
Drugs and Medicines
Dr. Dukes has had Nine Years Experi
ence iii Drug's and Medicines and thorouh
ly understands his business, Ile keeps
constantly oh a large supply of Good.;
ii uti I ly round in a
Pi: si-class Drug Store,
/ "Careful attention paid to the oom
[>r)uliding Pl' Prescriptions and all orders
promptly attended to. Call on him ?it
lils I '<.pillar Di ng Store.
Orangeburg, Feb. lil, 1875.
rid Tit CAROLINA UAH.KOA I).
ClIAUr.KSTO.V, S. C., Pcb. !?"., lST'i.
On and a flor Tuemlay, Kobi miry n;ih. ilia roi?
low iiifi; chang?s in Schedule ol' this Road will
lido riled :
OOLUMMA DAY PASSENGER TRAIN.
Loitvo i liiirlcston - . - 0.15 A M
Arvivo nt Columbia - - . it.1.1 I* M
Ire i oltlilihia ... ,| ??o p M
it Clmiioalon - - - 11.15 1" M
\l . .U.STA DAY PASSENGER TRAIN;
Lo i liiirioston - . - 7.0? P M
Mi .a1. ( li.nl. - ton *. - - 0.35 A M
.>LUMIUA NKJI1T EXPRESS;
I,onv?) < h rloelon ? - - 7.00 P M,
V rf Ivo ii i Columbia ... 0.3*1 A M
i . .. . u . ?lumbla - - - 7.18 p M
Arm? .U Charleston . - - 0.33 A M
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Lonvo Charleston - . - s.:to 1? M
Arrive at Charleston^. - - MO A M
Tin < ohmihla rTnv Passenger Trains, which
leave et i A. M. and arrive ni il.:i? P. M. will
[hoiween ('harlestnii ami branchville) >-inp only
nt Sun melville and l?corgc's. This applies holli
in the ni? anil down Irlpn.
IL iii. HOW Schedule a eloso connection will
li? iiiaih' >-w lill th? Charlotte, Cohnnlila and Alb
gtrtia llallroad at their Crossing near Columbia,
whii.'h will avoid tho ti anster through Cohiinhla
niel give lis as oiilek a RChcdlllo to Washington
and point.* North as by thu oilier route.
Sleeping (Jars on all night trains, bnggapo
chookoo tntrongn. s. S. SOLOMON?, '
?. it. I'leivL.ss, G. T. A. Superintendent.
ADV E It T I S E M E N T S
There is soon to be a paper entitled as
above, issued from this olllee, and pub
lished in the interests of the M. E. Church
in this portion of our work.
Since the unwise removal of the
Charleston Advocate, our work has been
enlarging and extending in this section
and demands multiplying for a local or
gan. Thc Charleston Advocate was for
Iwo years published in Charleston, lt
was during this eventful period in Hie
history of our cause in the South, ono ol
the most important auxiliaries of our
work. Us removal* left a vacant place
Itere which has not since been Ulled. It
is an old saying, " that blessings brighten
as they tnke their Hight." This was em
pbalically true in reference to our duper
for this coast. Matty were taken by sur
prise at its sudden removal and wore
anxious for its return. If we had been
as fully advertised of thc wants and
wishes of the people in this section, be
fore thc transfer of that paper to Atlanta,
(bu. as we were after it was done, it
would never have gone from us. Thc
Methodist Advocate is a good paper and
ably conducted, but it is too distant from
the Atlantic coast lo meet our local wants
in this section. Our work on this coast
dillers in some particulars from our work
in thc section of Atlanta, or the valley of
lim Mississippi. Its peculiar phases can
not bc met by .those who live at a dis
tance from us, ami are not conversant
with thc exigencies and demands of this
section. Thc people will have greater
Their Own Paper,
that lives and sympathizes with them than
iran be awakeded for one coming to them
from a distance, and managed by com
par?t ve strangers.
It will he larger than the EUEE Cm
ZKX, will he
at the low price of
ONE DOLLAR a YEAR
Payment in advance.
Som? of the ablest writers of our church
itt this section will contribute to its col
in, ins. Methodist .Ministers of thc M. E.
Church, traveling-and local are agents
for this paper. Let. those who read this
notice act ac once in getting up a list of
AU communications for thc Advocate
should he directed to tts, nt tills plac ?,
Aug. 1S7?. Orangeburg, S. C
10,000 Wolds and Meanings not in
MOO Engravings; 1S10 Pages Quarto.
VVo commend it as a splendid specimen
ut learning, taste ?ind labor.
XCvcrj- scholar and especially every
minister should have this work.
[West/ Presb., Louisville.]
Best book tor every body that tho press
luis produced in the present century.
Superior, incomparably, to all others,
in ?ts definitions;
[IL W. MeDonold. Pres. Comb. Univ'y.]
'.JThe reputation of this work is not cou
tlncd to America.
Every family in tho United States
Should h.ive this work.
Remarkable compendium of human
[W.S. Clark, Frcs't Agrie.nl. Col.
WEBSTER'S NATIONAL PICTO
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Thc sales ol Webster's Dictionaries
throughout I lip country in ISV'I were 20
limes as largo as;tho sales of any other
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-end to tiny person, ott application, tho
Statement of more, than 100 Booksellers
from every section of tho country.
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Webster's Primary School Dictionary,
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Webster's High School Dictionary,
Webster's Academic Dictionary, 311
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Published by 1 VISON. BLAKEMAN,
TAYLOR & CO., New York.
Nov. 7 tf
ADVERTIS E MENTS.
^U?USTUS II. KNOWLTON,
Attorney & Counselor at Law
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
^UGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON,
Thc. undersigned lins opened on offlco for the
SALE of LAND.
Persons having HEAL ESTATE to dispose of
will do well to register tho same "or salo.
Largo farms subdivided and Bold ia either
large or small parcels.
Good farms for sale at from two to Uve dollars
ncr acroi on oasy terms.
AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON,
t,lf Ornngeburg C. H., S. C.
Business faithfully and promptly at
WfOFFIGEfor the present in with A.'B.
Orangeburg, Jan. 23, 1875.
H^j-ENKE & MULLER, S
AND DEALERS JIN
FURNISHING GOODS, &c.
?98 KING STREET, Corner of Went
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