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THE FREE CITIZEN.
SATURDAY, OCT. 16, 1875.
MATOR, - - George DoUvcr.
CLERK. - - - -
ALDERMEN,-James. F. Izlar, John M.
Thompson, J. W. Cannon, J. W. j
POSTMASTER, - - - A. Webster.
METHODIST EIMSCOPAI.CIU RCH-Rev
Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, moi li
ing, afternoon ami evening.
BAPTIST.-Uer. Mr. Norris, pastor.
Services, tlrst Sunday evening, and the
?rcond and fourth Sundays, morning,
METHODIST (south).-Rev. Mr. Cam
pbell, pastor. Services morning and
?eveDinjr. Sunday-school, 9 A. M.
PR?:SI?TTERIAK-.-Rev. Mr. Brown
.evangelist. Services, morning and after
noon. Sund?y-school, u 1-2 A. M.
EPISCOPAL.-First ind third Sundays.
Morning: and afternoon.
LUTHERAN CHURCH.-Rev. Mr. Hough.
?iastor. Services, morning 10 1-2, even
ng at 7 o'clock.
Thc passenger trainB on the S. C.
R. R. will pass through Orangcburg
as follows :
Day, from Charleston, 9.4.8 a. m.
" from Columbia, 7.o0 p. m.
Night, from Columbia, 11.53 p. m.
" from Charleston, 2.20 a.m.
OFFICE HOCUS AT ORAKGEBUHO
Jerona 8 o'clock A. M. to 2 P. M.
From S o'clock P. M. to 5 P. M.
Goods received and delivered only
in office hours.
-J. C. Pike has bot \ lace
of M. Glover in tuts to* a foi v
-We learn that David SucU hit i
bought the Dukes' house.
-We learn that the wife of Judge
Cooke is the guest of Senator An
-The Republicans have carried
Ohio, Iowa and Nebraska by large
majorities. We hop? (-.'resident Gran)
will roEke anotlici speech.
-Locals arc i?earee this wt ck.
judge, h<-;f.e.ver, it. iii lite calna thai
precedes a storm, AS pruui o? lu?
see our advertisements of circus and
-Judge Mackey has informed Mr.
. John W. Walker, shedir elect of the
?county of Chester, that thc Supreme
Court has recently decided that a
sheriff elected at a special election
holds his olliee for four years. Mr.
Walker's term will, therefore, con
tine until August, 1879, four years
from the time of his election. We
think this rather a singular decision.
- Williamsburg Republican.
-The term of court commencing
.next Monday is one of unusual inte
rest and importance. We learn tiiat
Judge Reed is not to preside, but
that Judge Cook will take his plaee.
It ne doubt will afford Judge Cooke
pleasure to preside in this his old
home and the scene of his former ef
forts at the bar, but we are frank lo
say that existing circumstances would
with any ordinary man, render the
discharge of his duties delicate and
embara8sing except perhaps, to one
who, like his honor, is bound to ad
minister justice without fear or furor.
THE GREAT SHOW.--Howes' Gr?at
lLondon Circus and Menagerie. A mag
nitlccnt street display, rare collection of
animals, ?ind an excellent circus perform
ance may be expected at Orangebnrg
Wednesday, Ostober 27. The Memphis
Avalanch says: Never, except on the
celebration of Mnrdl Gras, has our city
witnessed such a gathering of people as
that which assembled on the streets yes
terday to witness the advent of Howes'
Great London Circus and Menagerie.
Long before the hour appointed for the
appearance of the grand cavalcade peo
ple begun to assemble on the princnul
streets, along the proposed line of march,
and when thu tlrst. notes of baud which
headed the procession were heard, every
available space which could alford a good
view was occupied. Windows, balco
nies, awnings and sidewalks were
crammed with people eager to seo the
.street display, about the magnificence of
.which so much was said. That they were
not disappointed was manifested by the
?exclamations of surprise ?uni admiration
that greeted the living panorama atcvory
point. Unquestionably i( was more
.beautiful than any similar street vnter
talnmcut ever offered to our pooplo, ar.d
-.vus but lin; foretaste of the inimitable |
performance that was seen later tinder
the canvass. The cavalcade was many |
squares in length, and was composed of .
cavaliers, knights and ladies on horse
back, Kornau Chariots drawn by horses
four abreast, a cage full of African bye- J ?
nas, among which fearlessly sat the ne
gro keeper, Irquois Indiana dressed in I
their fbntr.stic costumes, painted, and '
carrying implements of indian warfare,
the live performing elephants and a
camel, a number of wagons on which
were beautifully painted allegorical pic
tures, and containing the wild animals
belonging to Sanger's English Menage
rie. The striking features ol' the display
were two magnificent chariots drawn by
richly caparisoned horses. These char
iots were handsomely painted and gilded,
and displayed on the sides a number of
mirrors, which, as they moved along, |
multiplied and reflected the gorgeous
pageantry, producing a pleasant cfl\ ct
on the beholders. To attempt a minute
description of the display would be al
most an endless task, as each feature of
it presented something entirely new and
far eclipsing any circus display ever
made ii: the South.
ECONOMY. - u Straw berries and
cream" are far more palatable ami 1
conducive to health than either pork
Flowers are among thc very best
moral ami intellectual teachers. Give
them a home, then, in or about the
If you invest y-iur money in strong
drink, it is lim same as turning
hungry hogs into a com held-ruin
will follow in both cases.
If you invest your money in tools
and leave them exposed to thc weath
er, it is the same as loaning money
to a spendthrift without security-a
dead loss in both cases.
I If you invest your money in a good
farm and not cultivate it well, it is
the same as marrying a good wife
and so enslaving and abusing her as
to crush her energies and break her
There is a holy love and a holy
rage ; and our best virtues never
glow so brightly as wheu our pas
sions are excited in thc cause.
Sloth, if it has prevented many
crimes, has also smothered many vir
tues, and tho pesto! iii helter wjiei
i roused. Passion is \. virtue iviial j
i wine was to uEschylus and io F>nnius. ;
under its inspiration their po wm.- '.
j wore at their height.
I A writer in a Presbyterian paper
I calls upon every honorable man to
hang his head for shame, because
America pays 822,200,000 for liquor,
S 10.000,000 for dogs, and barely
squeezes out $0,000,000 fur preach
ers of the gospel.
The best navigation-steering clear
of the lacerating rocks of personal
-Rev. Mr. Blakely is an authorized
agent for this paper.
-A. W. Plnckney, of Branchville, is
au autuorized agent for this paper.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONER. School
Commissioner Phillips has his office
days on Thursdays and Fridays of
each week. His examinations are on
the first Monday of each month,
THERE WILL BE A CAMPMEET
ING at Shady Grove, commencing on
the 27th and continuing over the Sab
bath'. A quarterly conference will be
held on Saturday, by Dr. Webster, P. E.
Arrangements have been made with the
S. C. lt* Ii. to carry those wishing to in
tend to Reeve's Station for S cents per
mile first class, and 4 cents per mile sec
ond class, and return free.
REV. R. BLAKENEY,
Pastor in Charge.
ONE AND A HALF MILK FROM
Orangeburg, my FARM, containing
-acres, together with the
dwelling-house and out buildings there*
ONE GOOD MULE. CORN, FODDER
and PROVISIONS siillicient to run the
place for one year.
Call on me on the premises.
I. R. TUCKER.
Orangeb?rg. S. C., Oct. 7, 187?-9-26
THE A. M. E. DISTRICT MEET
INO will be held at Aiken, S. C., on
Saturday October ?loth, lo7."?.
The A. M. E. Camp-Meeting of the
Bull Swamp Circuit will commence on
Wednesday Oct. 20th 187">, anti will end
on Monday 25th.
Bishop ,T. P. Campbells appointments
will be as follows; Aiken. S. C., Octo
ber IK) and 31, Hull Swamp Circuit. St.
Peter's Church, November 2d. Thir
Quarterly Conference November 2(1.
J. M. GILLINS,
Pastor Bull Swamp Circuit.
A FINK MAKE, AND TWO GOOI
iVORKIKti IIOKSKS. Apply to
W. A. MERON EY.
W, H. REEDISH,
ITUAL JUSTICE AND ATTOR
NEY AT LAW,
BRANCHVILLE, S. C.
wi I.I. iii. IIKLD AT TIIK TOWN OK
Ox-ang?lDTjix-g S- C.?
At the Fair Grounds of tho Asso
Tuesday, October 26th,
Friday, October 29th,
The Premium Lint has been nearly
Doubled as to NUMBER
Articles can be entered till Tues
day Evening, and be alloiccd to
WILL TAKE PLACE OX WEDNES
DAY', THE -JTTII.
ON THURSDAY, THE 2STH, FOR
TUE CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE
COUNTY. OTHER AMUSE
MENTS WILL TAKE
PLACE EVERY DAY
OF THE FAIR.
The Ayuuai Addi^sB
Will foe delivered on 'I ;i ....
the L'iUh In COLON Kr. D. WYAT'i
AIKEN, Master of State Grange.
Every accommodation possible
will be provided for both Exhibitors
Arrangements have been made willi
(he South Carolina Railroad for the
transportation of all Freights for the
Fair nt ONE RATE BOTH WAYS, and
EXCURSION TICKETS will he sold to
visitors during the week.
For further particulars see Premium
List, or address any member ol thc
Board of Directors, at Orangeburg, S.
C., or the Secretary and Treasurer.
Du. WM. F. BARTON. PltKSlDKNT.
LAURENCE lt. BECKWITH, ESQ.
SAMUEL DIBBLE. ESQ.
CAPT. F. H. W. BKIOGMANN".
GAIT. MORFAN J. KELLER.
ORAN B. RILEY, ESQ.
1IAHPIN RIGUS, ESQ.
Secretary and Treasurer :
KIRK ROBINSON, ESQ.
Bids for the Refreshment Stands and
fables will he received until Tuesday
October otb. The same will hu handed
Lo the Secretary and Treasurer.
Sept. IStb. 1S7"), 0-5
0 TO RISER'S GALLERY ON
Plain street, if von want the very
best PHOTOGRAPHS, made with thc
new Glace Borders, repesentlng Marble.
Stone, Wood. Frost. Lace work, ?fcc, at
the low price of $:i.f>u per half dozen ;
extra Glace Portraits $">.00 per half
llozeu. Call and he convinced.
A. M. RISER.
Columbia, S. C., Sept. :10. 1875-y-3t
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING been
elected by the Trustees as teacher of
the FREE SCHOOL, known as the
..Grove School,'1 located East of the R.
H.; notice is hereby ?riven that said
school will he opened on MONDAY, Oc
tober 4th. AH pupils will receive im
partial attention, and their progress be
regularly reported to their parents.
Mus. ELEANOR BULL.
?;. II. -WILSON. J. T. WILSON.
SAM'L H. WILSON & BRO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
PUJE fcB.ftP E;IU E;S "
30? King St., Charloston, S. C.
. K li T 1 S K 31 Ii N T 8 .
W. LINLEY & CO..
Stroot. Charleston, S. C.,
l) IM PO li TE It S OF
ifjht to Pay!
Nb freigltt to Pay !
wiro below Hmso of nny oilier deal
?teri stillos. Nu oxiru charges tor
v.inK <>r freight
. freights an?' delivor ^onds free at
II tl?? lim-ol'th?' .Vorth lOnstcrn. WU
I Columbia, Son Ul (.'anilina ti titi
- nil Savannah Kail Houris; also, tu
South ('anilina, (?corgiu ami Klori
licet water coiniuiiuiviitlon with
.1. Coons C?rAUANTKKU.
dose li?a advertisement w illi onler
I*HICKS. No KxiTNSKTo Aid?.
illy You UK Hyson Ten-quality un
x?utslte flavor, ami strength, #1.0"
Tea specially reconimeric?!. Finest
mi;. Souchong, t.?utipowtler, ami
$1,00 pct Iii, Second ?juulity Teas
l'hiril ipiahty TVas, soM hy other
ncr Iii, yuii can have ?h?'vorcil hy
in. Crushc?! Sugar I.'lc. i cr lh. ;
ligar 12c per lh.; granulated A.
n-r Iii.; exlra (.' Sugar, 10c. p?'i*
Kiowa Sugar, lo eta per Iii. Kin
s Family Flour, our own brain!
hes! Virginia Wheat-mi elegant
is, for $ i, ?ir f.? per barrel, itoori
r, -I lbs fur fl, or $".'>,, per barrel.
. Kinely Havorc.l Hagged Hams,
limns, l.'lc, per lb. Kxtra Choice
rips, P".|.,c. per lb. Choice Tumbler
.size, li?J?c euch. lb' Canned
lo each: :i lb Canned Tomatoes, ldc
winton. ISc. per can; 2 lb. Canned
Pouches, Damsons, ami Pears, ?.!.''??.
ins for liest Ituulity Mixed
?les-pints, 17c. ipiarts, 27? each;
ti caeii. Condensed Milk Eu
Cairlc Brand. 25e. each. Gant/
-2 Mr 25o,; Ibis. 50 cents, per
on Su^ar, Mle, per call. I loo
Powder. 15, 25, 40c. per can.
okin;r Soda,or Package Soda.
\ Hoxcs Sardines; 20c. ; 1-2
n dues,,'15c. each. Shadincs. l-l
each. Cox's S par kihi Gehi
icr pack. Capers, -ldc. ; Olives
cliestershire, Walnut ?ind
ii Sances, ?feuillue imported 40c
Imitation French Mustard,
.line French Mustard, 25c.
inc.*. 15c. Itaisius, 20c. Clt
;urrants. 10e. Cheese, 20c.
, Candles, first quality. 23e
tkcr's Chocolate, 15c, per lb
per lb. Drouin, 00c. per lb.
nculate, 'Mc. per lb. Onli
ittee, ll lbs tor 61 ; choice Hie
is. for $1 ; choice Laguara
2 lbs, fur $1 ; Old Govcril
Coflec. 3 lbs. fur 81 ; Boasted
I Coll?es, 5c. additional, each
ryeti's Starch. ?? 1-2 lbs. for
lc', ncr . .
i.-' Siiio';in^ 'i'- i'ii- i, til. . .
.?? i Iclebi a' .'d Gill ) . ? 15 li
lt.'' I . ? '
- -Soda, 12 11)8. for $1 ; Kxtra
Oe. Lemon. Wine, Ginger and
lae per lb.; Nie Nacs, 18c;
! . s, 25c. per lb. Black P?p
ier lb.; Nutmegs. 15c. per
o e, 15c. per oiliiee; Ginger.25c
and Vanilla Flat Stick Candy.
>. 25ii, per lb; Ordinary slick
c. 20c per lb; Kock Candy
2c. per lb. Colgate's Toilet
; Veroni kinds, a speciality of
itlfiietures prices-front 25c.
r do/en cakes, Colgate's
. - d' Extracts, 50c. per holde.
titpiel Powder, "25c. per box.
Pomade Vasaliuu, a Hestont
lled for tin* hair. 20c. per
(Joni Whisker. 81.80 pur giil
vhiskeys, $1,00, 8-1.00, and
lion. Blackberry and Cher
i pleasant drink.; $1,80 per
iii i. ; i J Port and Sherry Wini;,
lon. Fine Old Madeira. 84,
(lil . Klljrlisll and Scotch Ale,
I il. 2.70 per do/en. Bremen
I,?i? bottled, 82.70 per dozen.
! r Liquors, extra 1-2 gallon
?ll . 55c ; -2 "niions, (!0e. ; li gal
? ? ? ? gallons, 81.00 each*
\ vei ntsive Assortment of Crock -
o ?iii lassware always on hand.
I' '. ir size. 81*50 per do/en;
H 25; Desert $1.00 ;T?u. 85c.
pi i-ups and Suacers, 81.00 per
si , Dishes. 05c.. 75?., and -SI.
00 i 'I ii?biers. (50.. 7;"),. 81.0(1. SI.25
ai - . dozen. Table Goblets.81.
20 0(1. 82.50. and 8:1.00 per
dov Glasses 81-00 pur dozen
Latin r's Sun O and A's. 4 '*>r
25 . 25c Student or Arg
Chimu . 25c. Niunberles arti
mr linn I Information cheerfully
x'r . "rm was established in
IS business reputation and
fill ' the highest tinier. Wc
will i e promise. All orders
Silo ' iSSI'll tO
r,ii N W. LINJ.KV di Co.,
x ISL) 1!)0 King Street
Cn A li I,HUTON. S. (J.
KN KAI mo AP COMPAS v.
I.KSI.ON, s. (;,, Pee. a, 1874.
Or ? ihito Trains mi this I toad
?.arr Mails will bu run, daily, nf
Leave Ci;I i at 7 A. M. ami fi I'..M.
Ari ton at 6.15 A. kl. timi 7 I'. M
On Mo i '? ruins will Icu wa I 7 A. M., m
l'a ? lioraw ami Darlington Kail
rouil i \. M., ami arri vu nt 7 I'. M.
l'a: .?i ? illlinhitl can leavu bj either
Trull i olinublii, bv |>ay Train, ?it
ft.ll) I Vi ight Train ?it I A. M.
I*?? i . North can leave liv eilher
Train, ?ITO i uko close conucj.'i inns nt Flor
ence wiib ii I ,, for thii Northern nuil W?;>?
-*)?-??? i I ie lound on t|jc Night Truina
lor Ct point* uorlli nf I-lori-m-u.
I'. I..( J.I- APOK,
Mar General Ticket Agent
CAI- V ' k$S?ftS wanted for twu
supei ? nih art, ..Little l?iu?
away i IN >." and tin- pretty pair'
.?Tho I tinier, md the Nap." 'The.
pict in - - ythtj of o ?il,tri in ftitffy
hows ' pensive enough for the
shiiph rapidly, and TA UK ON
SlOIII . .intee rcaily sales. o?>ml
prolll. i. returns. Any active
pnrsoi viii take boll] can make a
hand.- icomc. Send fur our best
tenus i .
J. B. Foitn .Y Co..
!< '.'ark Place, New York.
ADV E lt T 1 S E M E N T S .
There is soon to be a paper entitled as
above, issued (rom this olliee, and pub
lished in the interests of the M. E. Church
in tli?s portion of our work.
.Since thc unwise removal of the
Charles-ton Advocate, our work has been
enlarging and extending in this section,
nnd demands multiply lug for a local or
gan. The Charleston Advocate was for
two years published in Charleston. It
was during this eventful period in the
history of our cause in thc South, one ol
the most important auxiliarles of our
work. Its removal left a vacant place
herc which lias not since been lilied. It
is an old saying, "that blessings brighten
as they take their Hight." This was em
phatically true in reference to our duper
for this coast. Many were taken by sur
prise at its sudden removal and were
anxious for its return. If wc had been
as fully advertised of the wants and
wishes of the people in this section, be
fore the transfer of that paper to Atlanta,
lia., as we were alter lt was done, it
would never hr ve ?one from us. The
Methodist Advocate is a <rood ?taper and
ably conti neted, but it is too distant from
the Atlantic coast lo meet our local wants
in this section. Our work on this coast
ditlers in some particulars from our work
in thc section of Atlanta, or thc valley of
thc Mississippi. Its peculiar phases can
not be met by those who live at a dis
tance from us, and are not conversant
with the exigencies and demands of this
section. Tile people will have greater
Their Own Paper,
that lives .ind sympathize? with them than
can be awakened for one chining to them
from a distance, and managed by coin
par ai ve strangers.
Jt will be larger than the FltEK ClTl
ZKN, will bc
at thc low pr loo td"
OIME DOLLAIt a YE A. Il
I'uymcnt in advance.
ll M. S ic- Will COIlCtib ?!? lo \U Col-1
? ..!,(.- *?! - un .':-t Mi'iir' ? r on h? jil li. ?
' .-. t-'-i. i-ti ve'? ny; i Ad local ave ii^on!?
t- ll !
AU communications for the Advocate
should be directed to us. at this place,
Aug. 1874. Oranjreburg, S. C.
-BKOS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS,
patrons and the public generally, Unit
having disposed of his entire
STOCK OF LIQUORS,
now respectfully solicits a continuance
of their patronage, by ottering to them,
under the motto ol' QUICK SALES
??d SM LL PROFITS, a com
plete assort ment of
Anti as my stock is TOO NUMEROUS
TO MENTION, I respectfully ask an in
spection td' my goods before buying else
Ooods shown free of charge.
C. I). KOTJOHN,
Cured by Dr. Bond's
Remedies, with full directions sent to
inp part of the world. Send for pam
phlet and particulars. Address
I!. T. HUM). M. U" PENNA. CA MER I\'ST%
1319 Chestnut street. Philadelphia, I*a.
T\K. A. C. PUKES,
Dealer in all kinds of
Drugs and Medicines.
Dr. Dukes has had Nine Years Experi
ence hi Drugs anti Medicines and thnrouh
y understands his business. Ile keeps
ionsiantly ?>n a laY<r,e supply ol doods
isnally toonil in a
First-claas Drug Store,
VTS"^ '?refill attention pani to tho coin
immtdhig 6.1' Proscriptions and all orders
promptly attended to. Call on bim at
Iiis Popular t>rog Store.
Oran^ebnrg, Keb. i:t, Ifi7.">.
Wm. M. HIRD & Co7,
IMrOKTK?S AMI lUM'l'U'Tt'RERS (IF
Oils, White Lead,
i?Ol Bast liny,
CHARKH??T?N i bo. Ca.
^UUUSTUS II. KNOWLTON,
Attorney & Counselor at Law
Land .A. gent,
Thc undersigned lina opened an ofiice for tbs
3 A LE or LAND.
Persona having HEAL ESTATE to diprose of
?sill do well to register the saino for sole,
Large farms subdivided and sold in either
sra or Rtnnll purccls.
Good farms for sale nt from two to five (lollara
lier nore, on easy terms.
AUGUSTUS H. KNOWLTON,
1 ,lf Orangcburg C. IL, 8. C.
Business faithfully and promptly at
OFFICE for thc present in with A. JB.
Oritngebur<*, Jan. 23, 1875.
Rare 'Oar^c \.\
r. K0HN& ll ll W I I
Having removed to their
New Brick Store, are now
better prepared to meet tfte
wants of their customers
Their elegant stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER
SLOTHING cannot he sur
Call at thc old stund.
Theodore Kohn & Bro
jpAYLOlt FORDHAM AND LAWBENCK:
Attorneys at Law,
)fllees nt Charleston nnd Ornngebufr.
,. J. TAYLOR. J. MMOXD FOEDMfl,
F. 0. LAWRENCE.
J^^Speohil utfenfion <r?von to the CON
cut lou ot ulaiuis au? promut returu
Ornngebtirir, March 20, 1875.
?KWTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
Ctum vatros, S. C., Feb is, 1KI5.
On and after Tuesdny. February 16th, tho fol
owing changes kn Sttb*sln)o of this i(oad vi)
;o into ede?! :
COLUaiBIA HAY TASSKNGKlt TEALS,
.eave Chariot lon ... 5.4s A 31
Vrrive a? Columbia . . ? P M
.eave Copi mLVa . * ?J 490 P ?1
Write nt ChavtestoD ?? ? V M
AUUr.WA DAY PAiSKNUKR TRAIS,
.eave Charleston . ? ? 7.W> P M
Vrvvve a? Charleston - 1 * 6J? A Hf
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS*.
l eave Charleston ... 7.on p SJ
Vrrive nt Columl?s ... UPA II
!. ca re Columbia . US p Ai
Write at Charleston . . - WA?
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRES*,
.eave ChurietUua ... iC?> M
irrive at Cfcar?esto? - - WP A J?,
Tho CedB?abfai I ?ar Passenger TaM "^J*
aavo ai 1 A. M. ?,.-d arrive ?1 U-P..!4*- Jg*
l.etHCK? Charloaloa ami Urajeara*") MJP ?MT
t SnarvntevriHe nu) George's- Tfci? ?PF** ?*??
lt Ii*?- up and ?Vow? Irip*. . ?,
Wy \h\A mew Se.Ue.lttU> m tm*?**W9?** WW
a Made with Ute Charlo*!* Cttfa?l^ ??0, A?
?lala Railroad ni U?tn> S?5?*???
hWh will avoid th.? ?r??*fter Ihr?^b tntaujr-M
nd t-ive ns as ouick ? *f b? nie to ?fittAi
?>.! M>W No. lh a? by the other iggW, ~^
,.wWnK Car* a" U'1US ^^MS?^ *!
s. H. P1CKKS8? G. i. A. bu^vex ?ie?A?aii,