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TEE FREE CITIZEN.
SAT U ii DAV, AUG. ?, i8?S.
City Dlx*<eQ uyry.
MAYOR. - - Joab \V. Moseley.
CI.KKK. .-- - T. D. Wolfy.
TREASURER. ?>. Williamson.
ALDKitMKK,-Henry Washington. J P.
Hurley, ll. Williamson. T. I>. Wolf?
POSTMASTER. - - - A. Webster.
Thomas Phillips, pastor Services, morn
ing, afternoon ami evening.
BAPTIST-It.-v. Mr. N >rri>. pas or
Services, first Sunday evening, ano the
second and fourth SMMIHV*. morning,
MKTHOIHST (?outil) - l?ev Mr ? aai
bbell. pustor. Service* morning ami
evening. Sunday-school. 9 A. M.
Pltfc'StfYTKRIAtT.-KcV Mr ll mw l.
evangelia. .Service.?, morning a- d aller
noon; Siimhiy-sehool. 9 1-2 A.M.
EPISCOPAL -First and third Sundays.
Morning and afternoon.
LUTHERAN*'HORCH -Kev Mr (lough,
pastor. Services, morning 10 1-2. even
big at. 7 o'clock. ?
The passenger trains on the S. C.
R. R. will pass through Orangoburg
as follows :
Day, from Charleston, 9 48 a. m.
" from Columbia, 7.30 p. tn.
Night, from Columbia, 11.53 p. m.
" from Charleston, 2 20 a. tn.
TOWN O Lt Ililli.
OFFICE HOURS AT ORANGEBUKG
From 8 o'clock A. M. to 2 P. M.
Froui 3 o'clock P. M. to 6 I*. M.
Goods received and delivered only
tn office hours.
OrriCK SCHOOL C ?MMISSIONER. \
ORANGEBURG COUNTY, >
March 12, 1875. j
Teachers and all other parties who
hold legitimate school claims against
this county, due prior to November,
1878, will please report them imme
diately at my office, for registration.
-W. T. Lightfoot has moved into
his new brick btorc on .Russel street.
-J. Felder M ey rs remains tn about
the same condition.
-Tilton's lawlers have served
notice of a new trial on Beecher's
-A census of New York city re
cently taken showos the population
to be a million and fifty thousand.
-Go ut Moseley's for a good live
cent segar. He bas some that can
not be surpassed by any ten cent se
.gar in town.
- Andrew Jacks, n's lust words
were charadcristi" of ibo life he had
.out lived: "Let in\ winding-sheet
be the tf.tg* yf my eoun'f\."
-Thu Citizen*' Saving.. Hank is
how paying a father ?livi-le.ids of 'en
percent.. This, ?vi.h iU?? dividend
aliviuh paid, itmke? t --eve - m I
H half percent, paid "v ; ,. ...mk.
-The odd? arc du?' tte- T< mu ?*iv
Governor will selec M - U . thou ll.
Bate to serve out the unexpired term
in the Senate. Mr. Rate wats Audy
J? huson's most formidable compel i
tor before the Legislature. He was At
?ne time a Confederate general.
-In all tho prncipal cities of this
.country tho hundredth birthday ol'
.the Irish emancipator. Daniel O'Coti
nell, was celebrated yesterday by the
assemblage of vurious Irish sucie
MONEY OitDER BUSINESS.-This bus
i ness is considerable at this office, and
?hould increase as the only secure
?way of transmitting through the mail.
'Thia is the dullest season of the year,
?in that as well as every oilier kimi of
'business. During the month of J dy
?$1,581.00. were neut in money orders,
fruin the Orangeburg office, which is
itnuch below the average monthly busi
-The trial of John D. Leo the
Mormon bishop, who was concerned
in the massacre of the emigrant train
from Arkansns, in September, 1857,
at Mountain Meudow, is now in prog
ress at Beaver, Utah. What will be
the result is not very certain. So
many years have elapsed that it will
be dilietilt to bring forward such evi
dence as will wai runt the infliction of
adequate punishment Upon those
concerned in thu crime. And besides
there is the difficulty of securing a
jury that will not endeavor to favor
-Thu lower eu<I of Russel snr.",
where several new buildings ure gorii?
Up. i- lumbered up With bricks, pin. ks.
dead trees, mid debris?, wlileii should re
c ivetlie iitteiitiuu of our eily fothers.
RAIN* AT LAST.-Last Sunday tho Inng
droiigtti WHS broken by u delight lui
shower, which cante non?' too soon tn
save the crops. Since then the weather
hus been comfortably cool and pleasant
with oc??ii??i?hal showers.
-Judge ll cd advertises his prop, rix
iti Anderson for sub-, with the intention
?*f making bia homo itt Charl, eton. Wt,
wl>h lite Jud^e. would change lils inter
: i. n sn far ;'- io make our pleasant lillie
iiurj? his fu un r?sidence.
-The brid/" ou Hu? new stree! I-lu
?ad ?. "d ;?f repa i rrj 8?*ver.d ..ole- muk
ii ret.Mj dangerous if * it?- liridgt? wi
ni^li in fly middle and inclined towad
?hu ide*. i|u? wilier w MI d reuilily rn
oil*, .iud not rental m roi the plunks
- IN .1. DelYcxille anil ?:. li Glover
?re contempla: in:, it trip to ilit* North
They wiire Intending to start lust ni-, ht
tor C hur estoti. where they take the
steamer f?<r New York. Wu wlsli then,
a pleasant trip, and a safe rei ir II to our
hui",, where they will be jr ret illy misse. '
in professional and social circles.
-S 'tue valuable property was sold
last Monday. There seemed to be sevrai
bidtiers for the nfllcu opposite the conn
house square, helnii<riug to the Oliver es
tate. It wa? ti null j' knocked down to
\tnj \Vlinley ut ?31.3011. Wc leam Ilia'
. .1 D .Treville. Esq.. will occupy one
of *he room* ll* a law oftl???. and Maj
Whaley ihe other
CADKT SHIP. -Con<ircssmtiti Mackey
of this district does not propose to pros
r it tit e ?he pren ?pat! ve? of ids office v
hrh)"; ninney to his own pocket as is tm
often the ease. He prefers to confer hi;
favors upon those most worthy Inreeelvi
them. He lia? ju*r appointed Mr. N J.
Jenkin* endet nt West, Point, he bavin;
taken the highest rank nt a cnmpelitivi
examination held at Charleston hist Sat
?-We have received a copy nf a pam
phlet iiivin<r the programme of the thin
annual exhibition of the Oran>ebur<
Agricultural and Mechanical Associa
tlo .tube held in the town nf Orau?;i
bur?r. S <;.. comtnencini? Tuesday. Oe
tuber 2G. and closing Friday. October 2ii
1S75 The hook is well gotten np. an
printed by Walker. Evans & Cotr'jrswell
(marleston. S C. It contains a full li
ol' premiums, and all necessary inform:
timi in reference tn the annual exhibit int
- A few d i j'.? since a daring mi tnt g
was commit lud at S. M Fulrey's place
about seven miles from this place, o
the Churl stott road. A colored mai
W ho had been lurking tlboni for seven
days, entered Mr. l'uircy's house dunn
t. e ahsence of the family, and lin lng
servant woman, nairn tl Bridget Baxie
heat her in the most inhuman manner t
Compel her io disclose whine Mr. Fain
kepi hi- ninney. The villain was unsir
ces-iiil in securing plunder, but the wi
man is in .. dangerous condition. Grei
excitement prevails in the ucighbnrhoui
-F'om the account we conclude Hu
riie West have reeeiv tl in addition tn i
port inn. by some freak of nature, tl
pillie? illili should have Hi lde our ll-it
la ?iii h lu au abundant liarv?*st A ec-?Un
fix? ni upper Uisds-ippi. M is-ou ri anti Ii
n a- say til it al' Ihe river* are ridnyf ra
i Hy. and al tributario- within 2t?0 mil
aie ail irresitlt swolliui. iimnv ot li
ptilirillg nut i'i ll i-rds De. pal.die- fi
vat..?tis p tis of the Si ate vity timi ii
Iliense ilaillttge ba- been d .ne tn er .
.oil Un n prope.My m?nerait j'
- Last M a.daj' a lar??i? numher ni pc
?it.-. sn na '.I twenty five hundred, fm
\;,ri- ii? p i itu .s . i ?ie Siiite; i*n?iven<
nt iii:?: place io eel. bran- ilit?, a . .ivtoa
ol i he em i ..elpin i ni io thu liri ish Wi
I ndi.i I lauds. Thc meeting was nrgit
iz-tl bv electing lion. S. L Dune,
ciiairmau. and T. K. Saspurtas, K-<
secretary. Adjtuant and In-pector Gu
eral Purvis, Rev. T. II Jackson. Gt
lt. B. Elliott. W. J. Whipper, represi
talive from Beaufort, ?iud Ben. Byi
addressed the meeline;. Good order pi
va.led and all seemed well pleased wi
-Au adverllsemont had been pt
lishehcd by the trust?e!? .f this distil
expressing their intention ol buying
lot fur school purposes, and askiusr p:
ties who have laud lo dispose of. sillliil
for that, purpose, to confer willi V.
Bowman in reference io the muller. '1
oliject is a irood one, and we comment
tn the public; but al. the same rime i
the duty of the school trustees to eons
the convenience of the public ami I
healthfulness of the luca:inn. in seleeti
a situ for a -clio >l liou-c. A int in
burying ground or a swamp; or one o
Bide of the district would hardly bc c
eldered a desirable place.
-Tho body of tin unknown rr
apparently about twenty years of a
was discovered by the section liai
Tuesday morning, about haifa n
below this station on the S. ti. R.
fearfully mangled. The .\ heels I
passed over bot h leg?, the left be
severed from the body. It is s
posed Huit be was uteit?ng a ride
the two o'clock train for Columl
and by some mishap fell under
wheels. An inquest was held
Trial Justice Giranleuu, and vert
gi voD in accordance wi tja thc fact.
?Sof.D AUAIN.- l'u? lint lut ou "S?*?<
ute street, couluiniug threo-qnttrtei
of un acre, tipotr which thc resitlenci
of Jutlge Andrews was burned las
winter, anti which was sohl by th?
sheriff on Monday for SCOO, wu:
sold again yesterday for 8200, at tin
risk of the former purchaser. Mi
John Agnew being the purchaser.
- Union Herald.
-A correspondent <>f the A'ew.
and Courier, in desoiibing the reeeiii
?attie lictween the Crescents and
Oranges, muke ihn follow ?hg person:?
.ueiitiou : Wlure .nil played so ?el
.I might, perhaps, seem invidious
0 un nt ion Miiy specially by li?mes,
. int I cannot forbear mentioning Jeiik
. ng' luief at the bal anti rcmni kaMt
swiftness cif foot, anti the pociilitt<
excellence ul' *h> pl-t\ on Iii st .base b\
J-nies, ?if the Crecseent, and Glover,
. d' the Orange, who tlelighted the
eager spectators hy their wonderful
-Ex-PRESIDENT JOHNSON'S deal II
will be regretted by none more deeph
than by the insumncecompanies. He
was a belecver in life inst?leme, anti
illustraled his faith by his acts, to an
extent that is rare indeed, even now
adays. The aggregate of the policies
on his life is no less than Three Hun
tired und Fifty Thousand Dollars.
11 i j happy heirs can well affo.id to
say no more about his little pi lo of
seventy thousand dollars, which the
ex-President hist, by the bankruptcy
of day Cooke's bank.
FALSE ALARM.-An alarm of fire
was raised last Wednesday nigjit
about eleven o'clock, but the lire
proved to have nt? existence save in
the bosom of a wrathy benedict, who
was giving bis wife a substantial re
minder of bis right to command, andi
her duty to obey. The wife cried
"murder," and some one mistaking
it. for "fire," took up the refrain, Hie:
bells pealetl forth the dread alarm,
firemen linrrried to the scene of
action, and, withal, the conjugal in
felicity of this unhappy pair was the
occasion of quite a public commotion.
-The fall elections, this year,
though of no great importance in
trinsically, will be watched with
interest on account of their hearing
on the Presidential entupid n of nexi
year. The first conies off in Califor
nia September 1, the Arkansas elec
tion comes one week later, a.al th-it
of M ine fi.'.lows, September 13, Iowa
and Ohio vole October 12; New
York, New Jeisev, Pennsylvania,
Massachusetts, Maryland, Mississip
pi. Minnesota. Kansas and Virgil du
bold I heir elections Noveuibei 2, anti
Texas vnles tho following week.
The chic! interest, ..f course, centr?->
io Ohio, win re the I tut I lu will be
fought, ill part, upon the issue nf
NEW I'OUKT HOUSE.-There ?te in
(lieatibUM thal the wink will So. ti
t'oiniiieiuM* upon ih?- new court hon-c.
A birge pile ol white Sn nd, and a pile
01 malena), of about the same stabil
ity, c-t. I ! . ii brick, in th? conn house
. qua ie nu. kc M?n * 'bing ? f a showing;
The experiment ol' manufacturing
tun k lins proved a signal failure, anti
should those brick be used in the
construction nf the hu hiing, the in
dignation of the tax-payers would lie
great. As we have before said, Mr.
Livingston lots every inducement to
(milda court house well worth the
money ; for, us a .young luau whose
interests are identified willi thc
county, a failure to do this, would be
a perpetual inonu ment ol'hisdisgiuce.
He ts to he commended in attempting
to pnirollizo home Industry, and to
keep thc money lo he expended in
thc coiistiuctioti of the building as
far as possible within the limits ol'
the county, bm this will not lustily
him in using un) but good material
m its const motion, mt.ch less those
..mud cukes" facetiously called blick.
We aie glad Lo hear thal Mr. Living
sion proposes lo procure real brick,
and hope tho report is true.
-Kev. Mr. tihikely is un authorized
agent for tui> paper.
-A. W. Piuckuey. t?f Branchville, is
an nut util ized agent for lids paper.
W. H. REEDISH,
TRIAL JUSTICE AND A f I OU
.NEY AT LAW,
BRANCHVILLE, S. C
v U V
M ISC KLUAN KOL'S.
JOHN W- LINLEY & CO..
[90 King Street. Ch rlostort, S, C..
A XI) 1 M PORTE KS OF
N-> Freight t" Poy t
Xo freight to Poy I
Our prices are below those of any other deal
.r I? thc Unite ?I States. No extra chargea fm
havago, hexing ur freight
We prepay freights ami deliver ROO?ls free ni
ny 'li p.it un the ii- eol the .Vonti Kantern WU
laington anil Columbia, South Carolina and
Charleston vml Suvtitinith Hail Roads: al.-.>, lo
.ill points in South Carolina, ?:??ngin nnd.Floei
la having dUeet water conimiiulcaiiou with
A LL GOODS GUAttAXTECU.
Alway- emlo-e this advert! enient with ordci
LIST OK Pieces. No BXPRNSK ro Ano.
Finest quality Young Hyson Ten quality un
?urpiiased, c nundle flavor, and siiength,"-l.o-i
per lb. This Ten specially rcimmmcded. Kines'
ipialily Oolong Souchong, Uon|io\vder, and
Hyson Teas, ?..on pei Hi, Seeond quality Teas
S c. per lb. Thii d quality Teas -old hy other
? lenin's Itt ? I l?er lb. you ran have d--liverod by
ns nt Vic. per Ih Crushed Sugar 8 , lb? : Pow
dered Sugar ti i h-; t?rainIni'dd A Sugiir'.ilbs.;
Extra C .sngir. !? lb-.: < loriiled llruwii <iig.r.
I"', Iiis.; and ClllW . Segar, t lbs. 1er -1. Lin
ley's Peei lesa I- a milt Kloiir, our >.wn brand
made fnnn best Virginia Wheat-mid elegant
urticle-.-*> lbs. fal-fl-nr -'J per barrel ?..I
KaUlily Hour, iii ll?- fori', ur $7.r>. pei b urel,
li .vira Chole Katini} flavored Hagged Hams,
r,c; (.'nod Hums, 13c, per lb. K ira < hole'
llrcaklast Strips, I0'4c. per lb. Choice Tumbler
.tellies, targe >i/.e, ?i c. each. - Iii' Cu ii II cd
Toncitocs, i3e each; a lb Canned Tomiilncs, toe
each. I lb. Sal mon !8c. per van; - lb. Canned
Pint! Apple Pea? hes, Damsons, and fears. 2:<V.
per ran-0 eau? for 1,'?d., Host Knality Mixed
Vinegar.Pickles-pints, I7e. quarts, -J7c euch;
gull.dis. 50c each I oed.n-ed Milk Kn
reka. and Kau le Brand. 25c. each Cant/,
-.cu foti ni. 1-2 ll?* 25e. : pei" lbs. ?Oc. per
nan Lemon Sugar, 40c. per eau. Doo
ley's Yeast Powder. 15c. . 23o. per can.
Rugtibll Hooking Soda, or l'acka<re Soda.
10c. per ll?. \ Boxes Sardines. 10c. * 1 2
boxes Sardiie-s. 35c euell. Sardines, 1 2
boxes. 25c. eacb. Cox's Spat kihi Gela
tine. 20c. per pack t apers. 40c. ; Olive
50c; Worehestci shire. Walnut und
Mushroom Sauces, genuine imported 40c
per bottle. Imitation French Mustard.
20c. Genuine French M natani. 25c.
French Prunes. 15c. tiaisiu.-, 40c. Cit
ron. 40. Curran s. 10c. Cheese. 20c.
Full weight Cantiles, first quality. 23e
pe i lb. Baki r's Chocolate. 43u per lb
C"Coa. ?tlc. per lb. broma. Cdc per lb
Cern?an Chocolate. Sile, per lb Ordi
nary Rlii < otlce. li Ih- ftir 81 : cindee Rio
i olicc. -J lbs. lor ?1 ; dione I .agu a ra
Colli e. 3 1-2 lbs. for gl; Old Covern
litchi .lava C?lico. 3 Hi's, lor SI ; Rousted
and Ground Li dices. 5c. addi, ional, each
?fraile. Duryea'- Starch. 9 1-2 lbs. lor
SI- Salin Gloss Si arch. 75c. per box.
Coi ll Stared. 13c. per pack. Box blue
ing. 33c pei tb'Zeii barley. 15 1 2c per
lb. Durham?. Smoking Tobacco. 05. per
ll?. Martin's Celebra ?al Gilt Kdgu bul
ler. 40c. per lb. Choice Coshen Buller.
35c |?er lb. Good i'alde Uniter. IlOe. per
lt?, evoking Butter. 4 lbs Dibs., aiid (i
ll?.--. . , SI
IB ?cn ltSoda 1*2 lbs. for SI : Extra
1'ilo , 10c ; Lemon. Wine, Ginger and
Buin-r. ai 15c per lb.; Nie Nues. 18e.;
Kaney Cakes. 25c per In. Black Pep
per. 30e. per Ih ; Notinej>. 15c. pei
..Unce; Mace 15e per ounce ; G ?ujier. 35e
pi r ib. Boj-e and Vii i ii i ia Fia? Si li kCahill.
a lind ari iule. 2.V perd?; Ordinary stick
? andy. pi?r?? 2?le per ll?; lhe-k Cund?
ant ' . lor. 22c per lb. 1 olga e*> foil. I
Soap-(5(1 dilVefriii Kinds, a .-pechility ol'
otfs. af nj-i o u lac! urcs prices-trmii 25e.
to S4 00 per dojseii cakes. Colgate's
ll.IM-I ettie! Extraits, 50o. ??r bottle.
lishillet'e Pe (ped Powih-i . 25 -. per l)oX.
Cleveland** Pomade Vasa linc, a BeSlora
. ive Unequalled for the bull. 20c per
hollie. Onl Corn Wli-kev. SI SO per yal
hui Bye Whiskeys, SLOO. S3 00. and
SI <:0 per gallon. RIaeI?hem and < ber
ri Cordials. H p'e s:int ilrii.k. Si ISO per
iflllloll I'alile Poll anti Sherri Wine.
82.50 p -r ?allon. Fine Old Madeira. 84.
CO per nt bu i Kn-li-h and Scotcli Ale.
poner: boll h (I. 2 "Ul per d- /.en. Bretuen
Lager Beer, bolllell. 82 70 per doZel..
Deuiij lins fur Liq?lo. - . X ?a 1-2 uni lui
30c; gulliiii 55c : 2 ?nHntis U5c ; 3 gul
ga?oiis. 75. ; 5 gallois. Si .CO each
Avery Kxi e-i.-ivc A-->.ri mem i.f Crock
ery ami GbisMVtire nltviits nu baud
Plate.-Di-oier - ze 8' *?.. pl'f (1 /...>. *
Breakbisi; 81 2?; Desert 8l.0,,:'Pn 73C.
(ter ihi/.eii. ? 'up- m i -01 ice. -. si no |H I
?et. Covered Di-hes. One . 75c. a>,i| SI
00 each Tumbler-. (>0 . 75. 81.00 SI 25
. cc! gi 5? per d../..-u fable Goblet? ?1
20 81.50 82 00 82 50. ami 83.00 pet
1 In/en. Wine ( i uts.-e.- SI.Oil per dozen
Lump Chimney'-Sun 1? and A'-. 4 for
2.V" ; UV 3 tor 2'e Sllidenl or Argitud
? killiney- 3 fol 25c Xtiiuhe.rl?s article
linoe l.lion" d I tdoriiliii iou cle-erlnlb
?.?ven- Our linn was e-tab i-lictl i
1S07 tuiil mir business reputation and
fiieilities are ol' the liigbtsi order We
will do all we pr? ini-e. Ali onlei .
.-hoiild bc addressed tn
JOHN tv I.INLKV ?X- ? o.,
(.Key Box 184 ) I On Kit ... Si reel
( 'I IA lt LKttTON. S. C
JJOETHKAS ERN RAILROAD COMP AN V.
Cit iHLF.Si.os, >.<'., i>ec. 3,18*4,
On and after lids 'la e T-ailis on this Road
carrying tho I.'. S. Mulla will c ron daily, ni
Leave Charleston nt 7 A. M. and r. p. M.
Ari ive at Chill Jesthii al 6 l'> A. 51. ana 7 P. M
On Sundays no Trains will leave at 7 A. M oi
ar? ive at 7 P. .M.
Passengers tor Chernw and Oiirlington Rail
road will leave at 7 \. M., and ari Ive 17 P. Mi
Passengers for Col um bin can leave in eil tin
Traill, ?r< iring at Columbia, by l>av Tnde, at
R.I0 1*. M . Hint by Nw ht Train nt 4 ? M
Pas-ongera for the Nm th nan leave by eil her
Train, an.! will iuake closecniinectiona at Flor
unce with all Train? for Hie Northurii and Wert
Sleeping Cars will he lound on the Nit?htT.-ains
foi Columbia and uti point- north of t loreace.
- P. L.CLEA P< ?lt,
March -7. Ucuerul Ticket Agent.
SCHOOL COMMISSIOKER'S OFFICE, I
(Jiangebuig taitiiitx. May 2H.187?. j
THE SCHOOL TRUSTEES OF
lliti vanous townships ol' thih count)
sue retpiested t?> inetd ut my nfflec on
thc 12th ol June, 1K75, at ll o'clock
A. M. pieciseh, us lhere is business
ol importance i?? be trnsiicted.
Al) Vii lt I* 1 ? iu ?i Jt, iN T & .
A-ITV" OC ATE.
There Is soo? to bo a pnper entitled as
above, Issued from this office, and pub
lished in the interests of the M. E. Church
in this portion of our work
Since the unwise removal of the
Charle Mon Arfroci-ite, our work bas been
enlarging and extending In this section,
and demands multiplying tor a local or
tfan. The Charleston Advocate was for
.wo years published in Charleston'. Ii
was during this eventful period in the
.ii ?tory ol" our cause In the South, one ol
die most important auxiliaries of our
work. Its removal left a vacant place
.ere which has not since been tilled, ll
is au old saying, "that blessings brighten
?is ?hey take their flight." Thll waa cm
thatlcally true hi reference to our duper
?or (his coast. Many were taken hy sur
prise at its sudden removal and were
anxious for lt* return. If we bad been
is fully advertised of the wants and
wishes ol the people in this section, be
fore thc transfer of that paper to Atlanta,
tia., as we were after it was done, lt j
would never have gone from us. The
Methodist Advoc?te is a good paper and
ably conducted, but it ls too distant from
i he Atlantic coast to meet our local wants
in this section. Our work on this coast
differs hi some particulars from our work
iu the section of Atlanta, or thc valley of
thu Mississippi. Its peculiar phases can
not be met by those who live at a dis
tance from us. and are not conversant
with thc exigencies and demands of this
?eel'nm. The people will have greater
lui crest tor
Their Own Paper,
thal lives und sympathizes with them than
can be awukeded for one coming to them
from ti distance and managed by cool
pa rat ve strangers.
lt will bc larger than the FIIEE CITI
ZEN, will bu
ut the low price of
ONE DOLLAR a YEAR
Payment "m advance.
Some of theablest. writers of our church
in this section will contribute to Its col
uinns. Methodist. Ministers of the M. E.
(..Munch, traveling and local are agents
for this paper. Let those who read this
notice act at once in getting up a list of
All communications for the Advocate
should be directed to ns. at this place,
A. WK USTE lt,
Aug. 1S7-I. Orangebnrg. g. C.
"Unquestionably tho best sustained,
work of the kind in the W rid."
Xutic.es of' the. Pet ss.
Thc ever-increasing circulation of this
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