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THE FREE CITIZEN, j
SATURDAY, OCT. 9, 1S75.
MATOK, - - George Bpliver.
TttKASOHEB, - - !
ALUKHMKN,-James. F. mar, John M.
Thompson, J. \V. Cannon, J. W.
POSTMASTER - - - A. Wehster.
CHU KC II ES. j
Thom?? Phillips, pastor. Services, mot II
. ing, afternoon ami oveiltitg,
BAPTIST.-Kev. Mr. N'orris, pastor.
Services. ?rst Sunday evening, and the
second and lou rt h .Sundays, morning,
MKTUOUIST (south).- llev. Mr. Cam
pbell, pastor. Service? morning and
?vening. Sunday-school, ?) A. st.
PRESMYTEKIAX.-Kev. Mr. It row ri
evangelist. Ser? ?ees. morning and after
noon, Sunday-school, u 1-2 A. M.
EPISCOPAL -First and third Sundays.
Morning and afternoon.
/?astor. Services, morning 10 1-2, even
ing at 7 o'clock.
The passenger trains on the S. C.
UL. li. will pass through Orangeburg
as follows :
Day, from Charleston, 9.48 a. ra.
ik from Columbia, 7.'10 p. m.
Night, from Columbia, 11.53 p. tn.
" from Charleston, 2.20 a. m.
OFFICE HOCUS AT OUANGEIILIU?
"Fi oro 8 o'clock A. M. to 2 P. M.
rou 3 o'clock P. M. to G P. M.
^ ./ods received and delivered only
. ' . i ee hours.
_Dr. Webster and lady returned !
-Ninety-four teachers have re
ceived certificates to teach the public
cchools in this county.
-The game law allows the shoot
ings of hirds after the loth of this
-Last Monday passed olT very
quietly. But few in from the country
ami no Sherill' sales.
Richard Fields, s weil known col
ored mun is this place, died on
-WV learn that t series of pro-j
uaeted meetings will bugin ike
Baptist church to-night to continue
through next week.
-We call attention to the adver
tisement of A. M. Riser, of Columbia,
ami hope those visiting the festival
.of the Sch?tzen Verein will visit the
rooms of Mr. Riser.
-The post office will not he open
to-night. During court week, thc
otllce will he open every night for the
.delivery of the Columbia mail.
-We learn that Mr. F. M. Kini
mey, of Charleston, was married j
Tuesday last, to Miss Ellen Bctsel,!
of this place, Rev. Geo. A. Hough;
-Among thc hotel arrivals in
Charleston on Oct. -1th, we see the
ninnes of M. I. Browning, 1). Louis
and J. L. Livingston of O ran ge I nug.
-We learn that thc S. C. R. Hi
lias just paid County Treasurer liv
ingston $3,000 taxes that have been
accruing for several years badi.
Many will bc interested to learn that
there is money in the treasury.
-S. R. Mellicliatnp's school is now
in a very prospering condition.
Thirty arc in attendance ; and a more
advanced elass of pupils must make
the routine of school duties less irk
some to this popular teacher.
-A much needed and ornamental
ticket ollice is being erected at the
entrance of the Fair grounds. It is
a great improvement on thc old box,!
which, by its appearance, never al- <
lowed many into the inside.
A dastardly atteint was made on
Friday night to throw the passenger
train that left this city at 4 o'clock p.
m. for Charleston oil the track, when
about live miles this side of Branch
ville. The train was going at the
usual rate of speed, when the engineer
discovered, by the light from the en
gine, a croas-tio placed across the
truck. Ile instantly reversed the 1
engine an.i slackened the speed but
not in time to prevent running against
the obstruction with such force as
to break the engine in some of its
parts, and cause a shock and an '
alarm to the passengers on board. It i
was fortunate the engineer saw the ob- i
struction in time, for had the train
been running at its accustomed speed, I
it would have been thrown off, and
marry of the passengers would have
been killed and wounded. Nobody
-Gov. Chamberlain has instructed
Col. Parmele, Superintendent of the :
Penitentiary, that under the act of
I860 relating to the Penitentiary,
and under rules adopted b}- Gov. Orr,
In pursuance of said Act, he may dis
charge convicts upon expiration of
cloven-twelfths of their sentence, for
good conduct during their imprison
-Postmaster Jewel has written to
thc managers in Alabama in answer
to some applications for ollice, that
he must have good men for respon
sible places, and that he prefers good
democrats to bad republicans. Ala
bama can't quite understand the
change. The old rule used to bc
steadily to prefer bad republicans to
-Miss Mary Whalcy, a daughter
of Major Whalcy, is dangerously ill
with consumption. Some of thc
most distinguished physicians in the
country have been consulted but we
regret to learn that her recovery is
-Senator Smalls has been acquit
ted of the charge of counselling a
breech of trust. The State failing to
make out a prima facie case, Judge
Carpenter instructed thc jury to
bring a verdict of not guilty.
-Arrangements have been made
with the S C V V f? carry r'M
half rates thoi^j? desiring to attend
the l'estival bf the Cloruuiu S^'b?iy.?u
Verein, to take phiee on the i rilli
Kith ?itd I ?th of this month:
-During tho week including last
Saturday, Geo. II. Cornelson has
purchased 208 bales of cotton. Wo
learn that Urigginann & Renekcr
have purchashed about 7? bales.
The price has varied according to
quality, from 10 to 12 1-4 cents per
PAY Ur.-We hope our delinquent
subscribers will very soon settle our
accounts against them. It takes
money to run a paper ami thc little
owed us by each subscriber amounts
to quite a large sum in the aggre
gate. As cotton is being sold and
money coming in, we hope they will
not neglect the dollar or two they
owe the CITIZKS*.
-The work on the new cou ri
house has begun in earnest. About
three hundred thousand brick have
been ordered from Augusta, a larg?
number of which have already ar
rived. We hope for the convenience
of the public the fence about tin
square will be taken down and re
moved to some place where it can b<
kept in good order for future use.
-On thc annual meeting of lin
City Council Dr. T. II. Malone wai
elected clerk and treasurer, H. Riggs
chit!'of the lire department, with J
W. Moseley and J. P. Harley as firs
and second assistants. J. W. Mose
ley, J. W. Cannon and John Thump
son were elected as street committee
Jas. F. I/Jar gave noliee that at
subsequent meeting he would intn
duce a motion to increase the liquo
license. We understand that a nu
tion was made lo disu.ish the licens
which did not meet the approval <
CIIAIM.KSTON ELECTIONS.- The Ii
dependent Republican ticket, iv:
elected in Charleston last Wednc
day by tiver two thousand majori I.
It is gratifying to uote the good l'ai
of tho Conservatives in this nl??uci
Tho aggregate voto for Mayor was
10,237, ol' which Mr. Cunning; .
received 0,211), ( Jon. Wagoner ?1,01 i
amis. R. Dickerson 1. Mr. (Jun- '
ningham's majority over Gen. Wage- j
ncr is therefore 2,202. Thc highes!
vole received hy any candidate oi
the Independent Republican Ucl el
was 6,01.3 by Mr. .Tames T. Wclsnnm
and thc lowest vote on the s;
ticket was 5,7-15 by Mr. James Brown
On the Wagener ticket the big esl
vole, 4,030, was received hy Mr. \\ .
W. Sale, and the lowest vole, 3,
by Mr. J. S. Grant.
-On last Monday Jury Cominis- j
stoner Larkins drew the petit jurj
to serve at the term of the com! ol
Common Pleas and General Sessi
to commence on thc ISt.Ii of
W. II. Mennor, Irven Adams, I
Lcvingston, R. II. Wiles, J. W.
let s, T. W. G leaton, Wm. T. L
foot, C. J. Howman, Chas. Law
John C. Fanning, R. A. Jell'
.John I). Stephens, Jas. F. Hobin si
Edward Salley, William Ruff, W. W.
Oliver, W. C. liane, Sthephens Clout
mons, J. X. Kami vcr, Mose \\ His,
Sheck Thomas, Warren Danncrlj
T. 1). Edwards, S. C. Mayden, Kit
Hilder, June Brown, Wm. Pair,
Caleb Guignard, Reuben Byuoan, ..
R. Bochctt, April Kcnncday, rhos.
Glover, Wash Davis, Patrick Cannon .
1). W. Carson, Win. Berty.
No stiles last Monthly.
-Rev. Mr. lllakely is ?in auth
agent for this naper.
-A. W. Plnckncy. of llrahchvi]
an autnorizetl tigutit for this paper
SCHOOL COMMISSIONER, ? 1. ol
Commissioner Phillips has his ellice
days on Thursdays and Frid: s ol
each week. His examinations are on
the Hist Monda,} ol each month,
GO TO RISER'S GALLERY ON
Plain street, if von want tho
best. Pl IO IOU KA Pl IS, iiuulu wit
niiw Glace Bimlers. rupesentlog M rblc,
Stone, Wooil. Frost, Lace work. &< . ?it
lin? low price ol' $2.?i0 per half ti .
extra Glace Portraits S~> 00 pur
ilo/.eit. (all anil be eonvhieod.
A. M. ins
Cohunhia, S. C., Sept. 30. lS7f>-!? .
ONE AND A ll ALE MILE FRI
Ornnjrobnrg, my FARM, eon!
-iteres. together wi
itwul ling-house ami out buildings
ONE GOOD MULE. I'OliN'. FOI ?M i:
mid PROVISIONS su Olden t to rn
plaee for one year.
( '?di on inti on tho premi-es.
1. lt. TIN KKK.
Orangeburg. S. C.. Oct. 7. 1875-0-21
Til IE A M. E DISTRICT M
1 INO will bc held ?it Aiken. S.
Saturday October ?lOth. 1873.
Tbc A. M. E. Camp-Meeting ? rh
P.nil Swamp Circuit will eoiotoeu
Wei I nest lay Oct. 20ih .S7.J. ?un? wil
mi Monday 2?ili.
Ilishnp .1 1*. Campbells appoint)
will be as follows: Aiken. S. C.
ber ;M) and.'ll. bull Swamp i'ircili
Peter's Cliufch, November 2d.
Quarterly Conference November 2?l
J M. GILLENS.
Pastor Hull Swamp Circuit.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING .
elected hy tho Trustees ns teacher bi
tho FREE SCHOOL, known a thc
..Grove Sehool," localed Easl of t .. ,':
IL. notice is hereby yiveii that saiu
sehool will ho opened on MONDAY Oe
loller llb All pupils will reueiVe in
partial attention, ami their progress be
regularly reported lo their parents.
Mus ELEANOR lt Ul !
S. ll. WILSON. .1. T. XVII I iN
SAM'L H. WILSON & ERO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer.?
FINE G R,0 ? ERIjES ,
300 King St.. Chai loston, S C.
I \sfny 13-tf
? V K li T I S IO M K N T S .
N W. LINLEY & 00..|
ling Street. Charleston, S. c.,
A ND I M I* Ol! TE US O F
' ?eral Merchandise.
? l'QUjht tu 2'oy !
Nu ff cit/ht to Pay !
.Hees are below those ol" any other ilcal
u United States. No extra charges for
<., boxing or freight
repay l'rcigliiii iimi itelivcr gooils free ?it i
mt on lite line ol'thc Xor/h Kiislern. Wil- j
u unit Columbia, Smith Carolina ami
. :? -ion mu? Sum n mili Kail Komis; also, to
Us in s.mth Ca relio n, I'cnrgia ami Flori
.'ing inject water eoiiuiuiuieation willi
ALI. (;<ioiis UI'AUANTKKH.
vs enri?se llii> iltlvoi li.-cnicnt with order
r or 1'lucius. No Kxei NSK TO Alu?.
t quality Vim DR Hyson Ten-quill il y mi*
seil, exquisite davor, ?uni strcngMt, ll.oo
ThU 'l'eu ?peciully rei'oiunieileil. i'inesl
Oblong. Suttchnilg, l'unpowiler, anil
Teas, $l,il")iel Hi, si.ml quality Teas
rlh. Tliirtl ?|ii?tily Teas, sohl hy oilier
. .at vt ncr Iii, you'ean have delivered hy
ie. per lh. Crushed Sugar I'ir. |ier Iii.*;
red Sugar i-i- |ier Iii.: granulated .\.
Ur. 11er UL: ex I ra (' Sugar, Mle. per
irilleil llrown Silbar, loris per li?. Lin
eeiless Family Kluur. our own hrnuil
I'rom liesl Virginia Wheat-?in clemant
-?ju His, foi il. or j'.l per hand, limul
. Flour, '.'1 His for il, or i ".."?.. per lia riel.
Choie? Finely 1-lavoir.I Hagged liam.-,
ioinl Hunts, tile, per ll?. Ks I ra Choie*!
fast strips, IQ1?c. |ierlh. Choiee'I'uinliler I
, Inrge size, 12'ie. caril. - Iii' Canned
.m's Ute each: :! Hi Canned Tomatoes, l(!e
t Hi. Sal i m in, lSe. pur ran; lilli. Canned
\pple, Pearlies, Damsons, ami Pears, jar.
n-il rans tor l.:|ti., liest Ititality Mixed
?ir Pickle!-'.iuls, I7e. quai ls, a?e each;
ns, (We euch, Condensed Milk Ku
uml Ka ir le l?raiul. 2.1c. cadi. Guilty,
.am. 1-2 111-2.1?.; H?s. ."ill cents, peri
I.cinun Sugar, -IO?;, per can. Doo
Yeast Powder. I?. 25. -ldc. per call,
isli Cooking Soiia. or Package Soiln. I
per Hi. Hexes Sardines. 20c. . 1-2
ces Sardines, 'lae. cadi. Sliadiucs, 1*4
.s. :i.1c. each. Cox's Sparklin ("ela-1
2iic per pack. Capers. 40c. ; Olives j
; Woreiteslersliire, Walnut ami
li mum Sauce-:, genuine imported 4()e
i hutt le. I tait a tim i French Mustard,
Genuine Kreuch Mustard, 25c]
icli frillies. |5c. Itaisius. UOo. (."il-;
tn. Currun! s. 10e. Chees?, 20c.
weight Candles. Hrst quality, 2.1c-.
Ht. Baker's Chocolate, -I5e per lb
na, Soc, per lb- Umina. (?Oe. per lb.
man Chocolate, .'Oe. per lb. Ordi
>. l??ii Cottee, 11 lbs for 81 ; choice Kio
ec. I lbs, for ?1 ; choice Kagmira
'cc. :! 1-2 lbs. tor SI; Old Govcrn
I ot Java Collei!. .'I lbs. for ?si ; Boasted
I Ground Coll?es, oe. aihlitional, each
ile. Darvon's Starch. !i 1-2 lbs. for
Satin ("loss Starch, 7.1c per box.
om Starch. Wc. per pack. Box Bl ne
ig. .Tlc. per dozen. Harley, 12 1-20 per
:>. Dm'hatus MU..kin. i . . '.'. pei
li, Mailt lu's ' eh I .. - ' ' ivlg" Ii,lt?-i
.'ic. pi lb. < iii ni Tallie I Ut fl Ci. '
lui il's - Si al.I ?2 lbs. i : Hi : ? \. i \ '
. , Luann, .'line. Ginger and;
tr, at 15c per lb.; Nie Naes, ISc.;,
nu y Cakes. 23e. per lb. Black L*cp
80e. per lh.; Nutmegs. 15c. per
a; Mace, 15c. per ounce; Hinger.25o
i. Hose ?un? Vanilla Flat Slick Candy,
.i article, 25c. pei* lb; Ordinary stick
ly; pure. 20c per lb ; Hock Candy
?olor. 22e. per ll). Colgate's Toilet
-(iii diU'crenl kinds, a speci?ility of
. at manufactures, prices-from 2."ic. I
1.00 per tlo/.en cakes. Colgate's
t Ikcrehicf Exl runts, ?Oe. per hot ile.
.mere Hoquet i'owiler. 2.""?:'. per box.
eland's I'otiiade Vasalino. a liestora
lllicquulhtl for lilt! hair. 2Uc. per
c. Ohl Coi n Whiskev. SI .80 per gal
iii Bye Whiskeys. S1.?0. ?'1.00, ami
). per gallon. "blackberry and Chcr
i iirdhds; a pleasant di ink. SI.SO per
i m. Table rori and Sherry Wine.
I per gallon. Fine Old Madeira, 8-t,
er gallon. Kliglish and Scotch Ale.
er ; hollleil. 2.70 per ilo/.eii. Bremen
er Beer, hutt led, ?2.70 per dozen,
i ?johns for Liquors, extra 1-2 gallon j
: gallon, ?MU : 2 gallons. Ode;.' gal
' ms. 7.").; ? gallons, S 1.00 each*
. very Kxteu.-ive Assortment of Crock-'
and Ghisswiire always on hand,
es-Dinner size. si."iii per dozen;]
. i likfast- ?1.25; Desert ?1.0U;'lVa. 85c. j
er dozen. Cups ?iudStumers. SI.00 per
; Covered Iii s I irs. <>5c.. 7.">c., anil SI.
ich. Tumblers. 00.. 75.. ?1.00. Si.25
? ?1.5(1 per dozen. Table Goblets.?1.
I 8J.50 ?2.01). ?2.50. um) ?.'5,00 per
/ II. Wine (.'lasses ?1.00 per dozen
n p Chimney's Sun () ami A's. I '
B's ?J for 25e Stiidcnl or Ari:
lucys I! for 25e. Nniiiberles urti
mentioned. Information clieerfidlv
i- Our liriu was estublislicd in
07 und oui business reputation ami
. lies ure of the highest order. Wei
II ilo all we promise. All orders|
Odd bo addressed lo
.TOUS W . LlNU'.Y it' Co.,
(Key llox 181.) 100 King Streut
CltAltl.KKTON, S. C.
UtTIIHAS HUN KAII.ltOAl)COMPANY.
ClIAIM.KSI.ON, s.e., Dee. ::, IS" I.
mil lifter llii- ilalc Trains on lui* Komi
Hg tile T. S. Mail- Will ho run. tinily, a
.I- M. s :
? vr t hai li ston ?lt 7 A. M. tiltil A V.M.
\ ve al Charleston at ft. Ki A. M. an,I 7 I". .V,
.1 ?'iiiuiuvs no Trains will leave al 7 A. M.. ni
i at ; P. .M.
i -eiijiern luv Cheraw ami Hartington Kail'
.viii leave ul 7 \. M., ami arrive al 7 I". M.
i 'scngers for Uolniuliia ran leave bj either
rn ., "n Ivinji at Columliiu, hy Hay Train, at
lr M.. inul liy Niiilil 'I'raiu ?il I ?. M.
i -ciiKerH fur Hie Noitti ran leave hy eil lier
rn ,ainl will nuike close connections ul Flor.
i. villi ali Traill.-, for thc Northern ami West
pir.K (.'ar- iv Ht lin ioiiml on ihr NightTraiiis
. iliuuliia ami all points non li ol' Moreneu.
M rh?7. Uoiienil Ticket Agent.
*:ANV'SSERS wantcil for two
p ri) works ol French art, vldltle 1?un
iv ami ber Dels." and ibo pretty pair'
fl . Dinner, and thc Nap." "These
11 res ?ne worth ?i nf n place in roath/
n ?md iiiexpiuisivu cnougb for tim
lest , St llimj rapidly, mid TA KU ON
T. Wegiiaraiiice ready sales; good
is. an ljuiek reHirns. Any active
m who will lake hold can make a
-onie inn mic. Seiid for our best
s ?it once.
.1. B. Foul) it Co.,
27 Cai iv Hace, New Vork.
Al) V K li T 1 S E AI K N T S .
SOUTH li A STE KN
There hs soon to he a paper entitled as
above, issued from this ollicc, and pub
lished in the interests of thc M. E. Church
in this portion of our work.
Since the unwise removal of the
Charleston Advocate, our work luis been
enlarging and extending in this feet iou,
and demands multiplying for a local or
gan. The Charleston Advocate was for
two years published in Charleston. It
was ?luring this eventful period in the
history of our cause in the South, one ol
the most important auxiliaries of our
work. Its removal left a vacant place
here which has not silice been libed. It
is an old saying, "that blessings brighten
j as they take their flight." This was ctn
phatieally true in reference to our da per
i for this coast. Many were taken by sur
prise at its sudden removal and were
; anxious for its return. If we had been
I as fully advertised of the wants and
wishes of thc people in this section, be
fore the tran.-fer of that paper to Atlanta,
(ia., as we were tilter it was done, it
would never heve gone from us. Thc
Mi thodist Advocate is a good paper and
ably conducted, but it is too distant from
the Atlantic coast to meet our local wants
in this section. Our work on this eoast
ttillcrs in some particulars from our work
in tin; section nf Atlanta, or thc valley of
the Mississippi. It.s peculiar phases can
not bc met by those who live at a dis
tance from lis, and are nut conversant
with thc exigencies ami demands of this
section. The people will have greater
Their Own Paper,
that live- and Sympal bi/e- wit li I helli I hail
eau bc awakeded lor om: coming to them
from a distance, ami managed bj* com- |
pa rat ve strangers.
It will be larger than the FISKE Cm
/.KN, will be
?>t ii,., IOM* of
O TV] ! J LT., 5 L-Vli
Som- of I ?? ' . " ?hr church
in this i ! ??>l- !
hm nf ?" - - ?M ?io .u. Ki i
Ch djidi; tniveii?i? '1 Ioctl i .'. agents |
fi V tjii ? pi pi -. J.'.-' f lio -wi?) read Ibi
hpl.i<j( K*t ' . itcei'm ?oitihg iip a hil bl
\ ciiUitmi wei i m!"* for tb' Advo?dU
should be directed to us, at this place,
Aug. 1S74. Orangeburg, g. C.
-BEGS TO INFORM ins FRIENDS.
patrons and the publie generally, that
having disposed of his entire
STOCK OF LIQUORS,
now respectfully solicits a continuance
of their patronage, by offering to them,
nuder the motto of QUICK SALES
and SM* LL PROFITS, a com
plete assortment of
And a? my stoek is TOO NUMEROUS
TO MENTION, I respectfully ask an in
spection of my goods before buying else
Goods shown free of charge.
C. D. K?TJOHN,
'1 A AT/TTV
Jill^ vj JU..
Cured by Dr. Bond's
Remedies, with full directions sent to
imp part of the world. Send for pam
phlcl and particulars. Address
!!. T. 1UIMI. M. lb. PENNA. I'AXTER IXST'E,
Bili) Ches!uni street, Philadelphia. l*a.
J^lt. A. 0. PUK KS,
Dealer in al) kinds of
Drugs and Medicines.
Dr Dukes ha s had Nine Years Experi
ence in I ?rugsand Medicines and thoron!)
ly understands bis business. Ile keeps
constantly nh a large supply ol Goods
usually found in a
First-class Drug Store,
JSff'nreful attention paid to the com
pounding ol' Prescriptions and all orders
promptly nt tended to. Call on him at
his Popular 1 ?rug Store.
Orangeburg, Keb. bl, 1ST."?.
Wm. M. BIRD & CO.,
IMPORTERS AMI SlAXUFAfTURERS (IF
Oils, White Lead,
203 East. Bary,
CHARLESTON, So. Ca.
I July 17, 4U-0
A D V K R T J S K M K N T S .
F G CST CS 15. KNOWLTON,
Attorney & Counselor at Law
ORANGEB?RG, S; C. .
^1'GUSTUS B. KNOWLTON,
Tfic undersigned lins opened nn ofTicc for ibo
SALE or LANI).
Persons having REAL ESTATE to dispuse of
trill do well to register the Rain? for ytile.
Large farms subdivided and sold in either
large ?ir small parcels.
Good farms for sale nt from two to five dollars
per aere, on easy terras.
AUGUSTUS II. KNOWLTON,
Mr Ornngcburg C. II., S. C.
Jil A* WEBSTE,l?
Business faithfully and promptly at
y&^OFFlCEfor the present in with A. B.
h'XO 11 rL TOX, Fsq.,
Ornngcburg, .Tau. 23, 1S75.
i i'ii. t.y .i vi vi. L^^Sg^i^.-^
T. K0HK& ?RQ.,
Having removed to their
New Brick Store, are now
better prepared to meet the
wants of their customers
Their elegant stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTHING cannot be sur
Call at the old stand.
Theodore Kohn & Bro
g?UTlI CAROLINA RAILROAD.
C'HAltLKSTO.v, S. C., Fob. l.r?, 1873.
On and after Tuesday, February Kith, the fol
owing changes in Schedule ol* this Rond wit
go intu eiicct :
COLUMBIA HAY PASSENGER TRAIN,
[.eave Charleston ... 5,45 ^
Vrrivo nt Columbia ... 12A11' At
Leave Columbia - - - | 4.80 1' M
\rrive nt Charleston ... 11.451? BK
AUGUSTA DAY PASSENGER TRAIN*,
[.cave Charleston - . - 7.C? p lil
Arrive at Charleston - - - 6.:i? A M
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston - - - 7.00 P al
Arrive ut Collin-;bin - - . (?..lo A SI
Leave Columbia - - . 7.15 P M
Arrive at Charleston - - - ('..:'-"? A M
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Lea ve Charleston - - - ?.V> V M
An ive nt Charleston - - - 6.80 A M
Thc Columbia Day Passenger Trains, v,iii; li
leave at 7 A. M. and arrive ul 11.80 P. M. will
(luiween Charleston und Itninrhvillc) slop only
ai Summerville and George's. This applies holli
lo the up und doirn trips.
Hy I hid new Schedule n close connection will
l?e mndo w illi thu Charlotta, Columbia nm) Au
gusta Uailvoail at iheir Crossing near Columbia',
which will avoiil Um ii ansier through Columbia,
ami give us as (Ulick a Honctlnlo lo Washington
?oui points North as by thc other route.
Sleeping ( in s on nil nigh! trains. Rnggng
checke?- through. ?. S. SOLOMONS,
s. lt. IMCKKNH, G. T. A. Superintendent
rj-lAYLOR FOR Ul I AM AND 1.AWRKNCE
Attorneys at Law,
Olficcs at Charleston and .Orangebng.
L. j. TAYLOR, J. IIA?D FORDHAM,
F. fl. 1/lWREXt'E.
s^?SpeeIn] attention given to tlie col
lection of claims and prompt return
Omngcbitrg, March 20,1875.