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l?fl? FE?E CITIZEN.
SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1875.
MATOU, - - Joab W". Moseley.
CLERK. - T. D. Wolfe.
TREASURER, B. Williamson.
A LO KUM KN,-Uenry Washington. J P.
Harley, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe.
POSTMASTER, - - - A. Webster.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH-Rev
Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, morn
ing, afternoon and evening.
BAPTIST.-Rev. Mr. Norris, pastor.
Services, tirst Sunday evening, and the
second and fourth -Sundays, morning,
METHODIST (south).-Rev. Mr. Cam
pbell, pastor. Service* morning and
evening. Sunday-school, 9 A. M.
PRESUYTERIAN.-Rev. Mr. B rown
evangelist. Services, morning and after
noon. Sunday-school, 9 1-2 A. M.
EPISCOPAL--First and third Sundays.
Morning and afternoon.
LUTHERAN CH URCH -Rev. Mr. Hough,
pastor. Service*, morning 10 1-2, even
iug at 7 o'clock.
The passenger trains on the S. C.
R. R. will pass through Orangeburg
as follows :
Day, from Charleston, 9.48 a. m.
" from Columbia, 7.30 p. m.
Night, from Columbia, 11.58 p tn.
" from Charleston, 2 20 a. tu.
OFFICE HOURS AT ORANGEBURG
From 8 o'clock A. M to 2 P M.
From 3 o'clock P. M. to 6 P. M.
Goods received and delivered only
in office hours.
OFFICE SCHOOL C MMISSIONF.R. I
OKANOEBURO COUNTY, >
March 12. 1875. )
Teachers and all other parties who
hold legitimate school claims agaitittl
this county, due prior to No% emiter,
1873, will please report then? imme
diately at my office, for registran.in.
-Personal.-Judge T. H. Cooke
arrived on Thursday, from Columbia.
-A colored man named Patrick
Whaley died very suddenly of heart
desease, at Robert Riley'a piuco near
Jamirson's last wednesday.
-Mr. G.Shirer has moved into thc
new brick store, recently erected by
Dr. Barton, where he will be glad to
wait upon his old customers.
-One of the trial justices of Green
ville county, we are informed is hir
ing out his convicts to realize his
cost. So says the Greenville Daily
"STILL ni is NOT HAPPY."-One
day this week, a horse belonging to
Maj'or Moseley became unmanage
able on the street and ran with wagon
attached against the fence in front of
thc office of the clerk of the court.
No serious damage resulted.
Ou?t OUTSIDE.-We hope our read
ers will do themselves the favor to
read the outside of our paper. Time
ly topics, and ether matters of great
interest and profit to the readers may
be found there, lt is not simple
trash or silly stories, but good rend
ing matter that is worth tho subscrip
tion price of the paper. Please read
and judge for yourselves.
-The 2nd Game between the Cres
cents of Bamburg, and the Orange
B. B. C. was played on lastTeusday.
On the 6th inning, a violent storm
began, when the Umpire called the
game, score standing even, 24 each.
By arrangement between Pres. Bam
burg of the Crescents, and Pres. Al
begotti of the Oranges and thc nex'
game will decide the contest. Tin*
winner of this game wining the match
OUR SCHOOL FUNDS.-Thu follow
ing ia the amount assessed in each
?school district in our county to sus
tain free schools, as returned offieialh
by our school commissioner :
Vanees, S niiils ; Poplar, 4 ; Pine
Grove, 4 ; Amelia, 2? ; Providence,
3 : Goodby, J ; Lyons, 3 ; Cow Castle,
2 ; Middle, 2J ; Orange 3 ; Cuw Caw,
2} ; Branchville, 2 1-2 ; New Hope,
2k i Lizabeth, 3 ; Edisto, 1 1-2 ;
Union, 1 1-2 ; Zion, 3 ; Willow, 4 ;
Liberty, 1 ; Goodland, 1 ; Hebron,
\ ; Rock Grove, 1.
??-Wc clip the following from the
jgews and Courier of yesterday. A
shooting affray occured at Branch
ville Wednesday night upon the arri
val of the "Down Columbia Night
Expresa," between J. Feb 1er My ic?
and Cbuiics Hall.
Immediately upon the arrival of
the train at the platform Myers seized
Hall, a9 he was getting out of the car ;
whereupon Hall drew his pistol and
shot Myers iii the left thigh, inflict
ing a painful wound. Myers then
fired at Hall, missed him, and hit one
of the waiters of the Branchville
house in the knee, inflicting quite a
serious wonnd. He pursued Hall who
fled at first shot, down the platform,
and fired at him a second time, miss
ing him again. It is fortunate that
no second bystander was injured, as
Myers fired in the most reckless man
ner. The cause of the difficulty was
some financial matter connected with
the "Blackville Sun," of which paper
Hall is proprietor and Myers editor.
We learn that Mr. Myers is doing
well, and the wound is not considered
The Blackville Sun continues to
shine as though nothing had hapened.
-General Frank P Blair expired
at St. Louis last Friday surrounded
hy his family and a few intimate
friends. He has been in a precarious
state for several months, but uudei
Hie blood ii an si using treatment bini
begun tu grow stronger', ami was gen
erally supposed to lie steadily improv
ing. Dining the past few days hi
has la?'-en frequent rid s, and on Thun
il ly rt ?died down stairs. His deatl
baute suddenly, and will bea paiiifu
sui [it inv (<> his many luci d>, ? ho hm
confident hopes nf ais iveov? r\.
-Collecter L. . Carpen?ct, -.-f ll?
.! St ?il' ti Car? di mi D?>i .'ct, rep .?
l. . intentai ic?elim-?.Ul die cup
luie ?<i live illicit ilistllk-l?, Ile tdrz
ure i'd' lotir distiller*?, ?iud the destni?
liol? <-I ne ?lill. !!.. say s wiil.ii. ?h
past ditty 0113 s he '. - stdzcil ti. >. *
Mis. lilies, captured -en inc. uud ?let
I toy eu a luge quaintly ?tl illici
whiskey. Ww are ??l.>d io nolie
tiltil the laws are being enforci*
against those who engage in this in
fal ions business, but we hop
the gootl work, will liol be coi
fined to the third District.
-Mr. Thomas Albergotto tm
with quite an accident lasl Monday
which very fortunately ?li?l not rei???
fatally. He was at the depol situ 11
in his buggy, when the horse sm
denly became frightened and rai
and after several leaps cleared itsc
from the buggy, and threw Mr. A
bergotti, who still clung to the ri
hons, over the dasher, striking h
head against a telegraph pole. M
Albergotti was stunned and severe'
bruised, but is now about ag ai:
though he will carry the marks fi
Wc clip from an exchange tl
following incident which we jud?
well represents one's confusion uudt
such circumstances :
"Hoase, what's the matter?"
"Mine Got, the sorrel wagon li
run away mit de green horse, at
broke de axlelree of de brick hone
what stunds by de corner lamp poi
across de way from de appie tree
run, Youpey, and stop de telegrap
Mine Got, what a beeplesl"
BALL AND BAT.--The admirers
the national game were favored <
Thursday with an opportunity
witnessing some fine phi? iug at
match game between the Kt.twans,
Charleston and the Orang' Club
this place. Thu jinnie was ? til- ?I
lour o'clock, the Om?mes lo the b?
anti, until the close of the seven
inning the odds were in favor of I
Oranges; while remarkably fine ph
ing was evinced by both clubs.
th?- commencement of the eighth
ning ?nu boys went to the but o
ahead, aud confident of success, I
not quilo so sanguine when they
I i red lo the fit-Id without scoring a ri
When, howevet, the Rt i wans wont
the bat anti scored twelve, things I
??lin to look decidedly squally for <
ttoys, ami though they did their le1
best, fortune was against them, a
at the close of the game they wi
beaten by a score of 37 t i !
Messrs. Tom Wannomuker, P.
Cannon, Willie DeTreville, P.
Bull, and L. L. Souberoux, desei
especial notice for their skillful pl;
ing. Thc responsible position
catcher in the Orango club was w
played, and by playing close to I
the calcher made three very pre
double plays, and allowed but I
pasa balla, Mr. Tom Wannama
wears tho silver medal for mak
the best score of thc Orange Cl
Tu? gamo wab ?cry cio^o ami IUI?"
resting, and was witnessed by a lar-.e
number of our citizens. The Orang
club lahored under a great disadvan
tage from the fact that two of theil
best players, Julian Salley and Lewi
vYannauiaker, were unable from sick
ness, to participate in the game.
The following is thc score :
Innings:-1 2 _3_4 ? H 7 ? 9
KltWMiis I ll I ? I 3 1 0 I G I 2 I 3 I 12 ; : !
Oranges |2|3| 5 | 2 | 2 | 0 | 7 | 0 i .
Total 37 to 26.
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nu II li ty Oohing Souchong, Uunjiowilor, uni'
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rt-c. per lb. Tai tl tpialily Tens sold by oilier I
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ile cd Sii^arJ?', dis : ?rsttilalcd A Stigari'lb* ;
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i tide-jil lbs. fal* #1* ur *U pc barrel Hood
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Illc; Good Hums, I3c, per lb. Extra Chale*
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L ilies, large t/.e, la e. each, 2 lu' Canned I
Tomatoes, 18c each; :l lb Canned Tomatoes, 18c
-ich. 1 III. Snlne-ll ISc. per can; ' lb. Cunio
Pine Apple Pea-des, Damsons, mid Pears,23?
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gallons. 5('ia. ciudi <'m (I' ttsi'il Milk Eu
reka, anti Eitjle (Ininti. 25c. euell Gaiitzl
M-atnain, 1-2 Ile 25c.; per lbs. 50c. per]
cnn Lemon Sugar, 40c. per cutt. Duo
lej'> Yeast I'owtlcr. 15c. 25c. per can.
English Cooking timbi, ?ir Package tinda, I
10c. per lb \ Boxes Sardines. 10c. ? 1 -2 j
boxes .Sardine.-. 35e euch, Sardines, 1 2
n-xe-. 2?c euch, t'ox's Spark I in Gelu
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5 ic. ; \Vi.n:iics|ci>lnrc Wainui ami
Mushroom Sances, genuine imported 10c]
per bottle, lioi'aduii French Mustard,
20c Genuine Fi ci,ch M nut arti, 25c.
Kreueli Prune-. 15c l.'aisin.-. 40c. Oil
iiiti. 4o Cnn au 8. 10c. Cheese, 20c.
Pull weight Cantiles, Hist quality. 23c
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$1 Salin Gloss .Starch. 75c per box.
Coi ii St a reit. 13c. per puck. Box Blue-!
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lb. Dm hain- Siunkiiig Tobacco. 05, per
Iii. Militia's i t'lebni'ed Gilt Edge Hul
ler, 40c MaEaJh. ?'hoice Goshen Huller,
35c per IT Goiid faille Hut ter. 30c lit'**
lb. Cooking Buller. 4 lb* 5 lbs., und G
lbs. tor $1
Biscuits-Sodu 12 His. for $1 ; Extra
Pil?!, IO-- ; Lemon. Wine, Ginger and
Buller, ill 15c per lb.; Nie Naes, ISc
Fancy ' likes. 25c per I'j. Black Pep
per. 30e. per lb ; Nutmegs, 15c per
Minne; Mace. 15c per ounce; Ginger.35c
per lb. Bose and Vanilla Fiat Slick Candy,
a tine article. 25c- per th; Ordinary stick
('audy. pure. 20c per Ih; Bock Candy
any ci'lor. 22c per lb. Colgate's Toilet
Snap-00 ditt'ereiil kinds, a speciality of
.ors. a' un i lt fuel tires prices-from 25c.
t- 84 00 i cr ih./,..a eaki'S. Coignie's
lliiiulki-rcliiel Ext rael Si 50c per buttle.
Cashmere Unquet Powder, 25.'. lier hox.
Cleveland's Pomade Vasa I hui. a Hestora
live ll ueq un lied fur the huir. 20c per
linnie. Old furn WI l-kev. SI.80 per gal
lon. Bye Whiskeys. $1.60, 83.00. and
84.110. per gallon. Blackberry and I ber
ry Cordials, tl pie- sunt drink. 81-80 per
gallon. Tallie Pori and Sherry Wine.
82.50 per gallon. Fine Ohl Madeira. 84,
00 per gallon. English and Scutch Ale.
porter: buttled. 2.50 per dozen. Bremen
Lauer Beer, bul'bil, 82 70 per dozen.
Dcm ?j tims for Liquor.-., ex'iii 1-2 gallon
3'ic ; gallon 55c ; 2 gallons 05c ; 3 gill
gallon-. 75. ; 5 gillio?*, SI.00 each
Avery Extensive Assortment of Crock
ery and Glassware always on band.
Plates-Dinner s'zts 81.50 per dozen;
Breakfast* 81-25 ; Desert 81.00 ; T-a. 75c.
per dozen. < tip? ami Slumers. SI 00 per
set. ('overed Dishes. 05e . 75c. . anti 81.
00 each Tumblers. (Ml. 75. $1.00. Si .25
and 81 50 per dozen Table Goblets.81
20. SI.5l> 82.00 82 50, ami 83,00 per
dozen. Wine Glasses 81.00 per dozen
Lump ChiurievV Sun O ami A's, 4 for
25c; B's 3 fur 25c Student or Argnnd
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unmentioned. Informai ion cheerfully
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(Key Box 184 ) 190 Kit g Street
CHAKLEItTON, S. C.
JTORTIIEAS ERN RAILROAD COMPANY.
CU\ltl t-.8l.ON, S.C., Dec. 3, '8'4.
On ,-mil after this dice T'tiins on this Road
carrying thc U. s. Mails will u run daily, a>
Leave Ch II Ie si nu ut 7 A. M, and A P.M.
Arrive, ul Charleston at a li A. M.ami 7 P. M
On .-Mimilivs no Trains xviii leave at ? A. M. Ot
ai i ive nt 7 I'. M.
P.iSseiiff.'is for Chornxv and Darlington Rail
toad xviii leave at ? \. M., and an Ive nt 7 P. M.
Passenger., tor Columbia can leave lix either
Train, "i- iving at Colt uni ila, by Day Train, nt
..IO P. M ami by Ni.-ht Train at 4 A. M
l'iis-cngers for the No.th can leave hy either
Train, and xviii make close connections nt Flor
euee xx iib all Trains for the Northern an i West
i II Cities.
Bleeping Cnr- xvii! ho lound on the Night Traine
foi 1 "lumina ami all points north of Florence.
P. L.CLKA PO lt,
March-7. (Jouerai Ticket Agent.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONER'S OFFICK, ^
Oraiigeborg (Jonnty, May 28,1875. |
THE SCHOOL THLSTICKS OF
the yarioui townships ol' this county
aro requested to meet at my ofHcc on
:he 12th of June, 1875, at ll o'clock
A. M. precisely, as lhere is business
of inipoi mme tu be trasacied.
.JL JJ Y IL. it 1* 1 ? X* Ai iii JN X ? .
There is soon to bo u paper entitled H
Move, issued from tins office, and pu*
....I in the interest*) of tb? M. E. Chine
I hid portion ol our work
since the unwise removal of tl:
h aile M on .ddeocafe, our work lias bee
? darking and extending lu this Sectio
.id demands multiplying for a local in
an. The Charleston Advocate was ft
.vu years published in Charleston. 1
? ilnrhit* this cviofnl pori?,il lo
history of our cause lu the South, nun oi
che most important auxiliarles of om
?vork. Its removal left a vacant place
. icrc which has not since been fllltd. It
is an old saying, "that blessings brighten
is they take their flight." This was cu?
olia! leahy true in reference to our da pct
: or this coast. Many were taken bv sur
oise at its sudden removal and wert,
tiixlous for Us return. If we had been
i-i fully advertised of the wants anti
vishes nf the. people in this section, be
fore the transfer of that paper to Atlanta.
??a., as wc were after lt was done, it
would never have gone from us. The
If-thodtat Advocate is a good paper and
ably conducted, but lt is too distant from
ihe Atlantic coast to meet our local wants
in this section. Our work on this coast
diflers in some particulars from our work
in the section of Atl uta or he valley ol
the Mississippi. Its noc? liar phases can
not be met by those wdio Iv- at a ?li
tance from us, and are not conversant
with the exigencies and demands of this
section. The people will have greater
Their Own Paper,
that lives and sympathizes with them than
can be awakeded for one coming to diem
fi om a distance, and managed by com
para, ve strangers.
lt will be larger than the FREE CITI
ZHN, will bc
at tin- low price of
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rayment in advance.
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should be directed to us, at this place,
Aug. 1874. Orangeburg, 8- C.
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