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" THE FREE CITIZEN.
SATURDAY, OCT. 9, 1875.
MA YOU, - - George Bollver.
TREASURER, - - _ , ? : , ", I
ALDERMEN,-Janies. F. Izlar, John M.
Thompson, J. W. Cannon, J. W. j
POSTMASTER, - - - A. Webster.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH-Rev
Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services,morn
. lng, afternoon and evening.
BAPTIST.-R?v. Mr. Norris, pastor.
Services, tirst 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.-Rev. Mr. B rown
evangelist. Services, (norning and after
. noon. Sunday-school, 9 1-2 A. M.
EPISCOPAL -First and third Sundajvs.
Montait? and afternoon.
LUTHERAN CHURCH.-Rev. Mr. Hough,
/Histor. Services, morning 10 1-2, even
?ng ut 7 o'clock.
Tlie passenger trains on the S. C.
U. R. will pass through Orangeburg
as follows :
Day, from Charleston, 0.18 a. m.
*. from Columbia, 7.30 p. m.
Night, from Columbia, 11.53 p.m.
" from Charleston, 2.20 a. ra.
TOW IV CKIEK.
OFFICE HOURS AT ORANGEBURG
From 8 o'clock A. M. to 2 I?. M.
From 3 o'clock P. M. to G P. M.
Goods received and delivered only
Hu oliiee hours.
_Dr. Webster and lady returned
-Ninety-four teachers have re
ceived certificates to teach the public
schools in this county.
-The game law allows the shoot
ings of birds after the 15th of this
-Last Monday passed off very
quietly. But few in from the country
?od no Sheriff sales.
Richard Fields, ? well known col
ored man is this place, died on
. Wednesday last.
-We learn that a series of pro
tracted meetings will begin at tiic
Baptist church to-night to continue
through next week.
-We cali attention to thc adver
tisement of A. M. Riser, of Columbia,
and hope those visiting the festival
of the Sch?tzen Verein will visit the
rooms of Mr. Riser.
-The post offiee will not bc open
to-night. During court week, the
office will be open every night for the
<lelivery of the Columbia mai!.
-We learn that Mr. F. M. Kim
rney, of Charleston, was married
Tuesday last, to Miss Ellen Betsel,
of this place, Rev. Geo. A. Hough
-Among the hotel arrivals in
Charleston on Oct. 4th, we see the
names of M. I. Browning, D. Louis
and J. L. Livingston of Orangeburg.
-Wc learn that the S. C. It. R.
has just paid County Treasurer Lev
ingston $3,000 taxes that have heen
accruing for several years back.
Many will be interested to learn that
there is money in thc treasury.
-S. R. Mellichainp's school is now
in a very prospering condition.
Thirty are in attendance ; and a moi r:
advanced class of pupils must make
tho routine of school duties less irk
some to this popular teacher.
-A much needed and ornamental
ticket office is being erected at thc
entrance of the Fair grounds. It is
a great improvement on the old box,
which, by its appearance, never al
lowed many into the inside.
A dastardly atteint wa3 made on
Friday night to throw the passenger
train thal left this city at 4 o'clock p.
m. for Charleston on"the track, when
about five miles this sitie of Branch
ville. The train was going at thc
usual rate of speed, when the cngineor
discovered, by the light from tho en
gine, a cross-tie placed across the
? \ '
; track. Ile instantly reversed] thc
engine ana slackened the speed but
j 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
S was fortunate the engineer saw the ob
i struction in time, for hud the train
been running at its accustomed speed,
it would have been thrown off, and
many of the passengers would have
been killed and wounded. Nobody
-Gov. Chamberlain has instructed
Col. Parmele, Superintendent of the
Penitentiary, that under the act ol
I860 relating to the Penitentiary,
and under rules adopted by Gov. Orr,
In pursuance of said Act, he may dis>
charge convicts upon expiration ol
eleven-twelfths of their sentence, foi
good conduct during their imprison
-Postmaster Jewel has written tu
thc managers in Alabama in answei
to some applications for ollice, thai
he must have good men for rcspon
sible places, and that bc prefers gooc
democrats to bad republicans. Ala
bama can't quite understand tin
change. The old rule used to b<
steadily to prefer bad republicans tc
-Miss Mary Whalcy, a daughtci
of Major Whaley, is dangerously il
with consumption. Some of tin
most distinguished physicians in tin
counti'3' have been consulted but wc
regret to learn that her recovery i?
-Senator Smalls has been acquit
ted of the charge of counselling i
breech of trust. The State failing tc
make put a prima facie case, Judg<
Carpenter instructed tho jury tc
bring a verdict of not guilty.
-Arrangements have been mach
with the S. C. "R. K.. to carry fo
half rates those, desiring to allom
thc festival of the (Ii i man S'UUlt/.ci
Verein, to take ph.ee on the 12t
115th and Nth of this mont:;.
-During thc week including Inf.
Saturday, Geo. II. Cornelson ho
purchased 208 bales of cotton. YV
learn that llriggmann & Renekc
have purehaslied about 75 bale!
The price has varied according t
quality, from 10 to 12 l-l cents pc
PAY UI*.-We hope our delinquei
subscribers will very soon settle on
accounts against them. It take
money to run a paper and the (?ttl
owed us by each subscriber amount
to quite a large sum in the aggrc
gate. As cotton is being sold an<
money coming in, we hope they wi
not neglect the dollar or two the
owe the CITIZEN.
-The work on the new cou
house has begun in earnest. Aboi
three hundred thousand brick Ino
been ordered from Augusta, a lar?
number of which have already a
rived. We hope for thc convenient
of . the public the fence about tl
square will be taken down and r
moved to some place where it can 1
kept in good order for future use.
-On the annual meeting of tl
City Council Dr. T. Ii. Malone w;
elected clerk ami treasurer, H. itig"
chief of the lire department, with
W. Moseley and J. P. Harley as Iii
and second assistants. J. W. Mos
Icy, J. W. Cannon and John Thuin
son were elected as street coinniitti
Jas. F. I/Jar gave notico that at
subsequent meeting bc would inti
duce a motion to increase thc liqu
license. Wc understand that n n
tion was made to disudsh thc H cor
which did not meet the approved
CIIAIILESTON ELECTIONS.- Thc
dependent Republican ticket, y
elected in Charleston last Wodli
day by over two thousand majori
It is gratifying to note the good f:
of tbe Conservatives in this alliance.
Thc aggregate vote for Mayor was
10,207, of which Mr. Cunningham
received 6,219, Gen. Wagoner 4,017
and S. R. Dickerson 1. Mr. Cun
ningham's majority over Gen. Wago
ner is therefore 2,202. The highes1,
vole received hy any candidate on
the Independent Republican ticket
was 0,013 by Mr. James T. Welsmun
and the lowest vote on the same
ticket was ?,745 by Mr. James Brown.
On tlie Wagener ticket thc highest
vote, 4,030, was received by Mr. W.
W. Sale, and the lowest vote, 3,7uG.
by Mr. J. S. Grant.
-On last Monday' Jury Commis
sioner Larkins drew the petit jury
to serve at the term of tho court of
Common Pleas and General Sessions,
to commence on the 18th of lin?,
W. II. Hcnnor, Irven Adams, Paid
Levingston, R. II. Wiles, J. W. Sel
lers, T. W. Gleatou, Wm. T. Light
foot, C. J. Bowman, Chas. Lawton,
John C. Fanning, R. A. Jeffcoat,
Jolin D. Stephens, Jas. F. Robinson,
Edward Salley, William Ruff, W. W.
Oliver, W. C. Haue, Sthephens dom
inons, J. N. Kamiver, Mose Willis,
Sheck Tliomas, Warren Dan nerty,
T. D. Edwards, S. C. Hayden, Eli
Hillier, June Brown, Wm. Fair,
Caleb Guignard, Reuben By man, A.
R. Bochett, April Kenneday, Thos.
Glover, Wash Davis, Patrick Cannon.
D. W. Carson, Wm. Berry.
No sales last Monda}'.
-Rev. Mr. Blakcly is an authorized
agent tor this paper.
-A. W. Plnckney, of Branchville, is
an autnori/.ed agent for tins pit per.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONED. S' hool
Commissioner Phillips has his oll.ee
days on Thursdays and Fridays ol
each week. His examinations are on
the first Monday of each month,
GO TO RISER'S GALLERY ON
Plain street, if von want thc very
best PHOTOGRAPHS, made will Mie l
new Glace Bordurs.,repesen ting Marble,
Stone, Wood. Frost. Laen work, etc., at :
the low pri?e (d' 82.50 per half dozen;)
extra Glace Portraits 85 00 per half
dozen. Gall and be convinced.
A. M. HIS! !!
Columbia, S. C., Sept. 30. 1S75-D-3L
ONE AND A HALF MILE FROM ;
Orangeburg, my PA U.M. conta'nia
-acres, together with r'i
dwelling-house and out buildings .hen
ONE GOOD MULE. COHN". FODDER .
and PROVISIONS sufficient to run the
place for one year.
Call on mn on the premises.
I. H. TIT? ICE1?.
Orangeburg. S. C.. Oct. 7. lS75-0-2t
TH IE A. M. E. DISTRICT MEI "
1 INO will be held at Aiken, S. C., on |
Saturday October 30fli. 1S75.
The A. M. E. Camp-Meeting < the
Bull Swamp Circuit will common, e on
Wednesday Oct. 20th .875, and will end 1
on Monday 25th.
Bishop J P. Campbells appointments
will he as follows: Aiken. S. C. I lei i
berilo and 31. Bull Swamp Circuit,
Peter's Church, November 2d. Third
Quarterly Conference November rid
J M. G H-Ll NS.
Pastor Hull Swamp Circuit.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING been
elected by thc Trustees ns teacher ol
the FBEK SCHOOL, known a the
..Grove School," localed East of theil
H.. notice is hereby given that said
school will bu opened on MONDAY. Oc
tober Ith AM pupils will receive im
partialalleniibii, and their progress in
regularly reported to their parents.
Miss ELKA NOP BU I !..
S. ll. WILSON. .1. T. WILSON
SAM'L E. WILSON & BRO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
IMPORTED SE GARS.
300 King St., Charloston, S. C.
A I ? V E U T I S IO M J?: N T S .
JOHN" W. LINLEY & CO..
190 ?wing Stroot. Charleston, S. c.,
AND I M P O li T E USO F
. Freight to Pay I
No freight to Pay!
Oto prices nrc below those of any other deni*
ci io United stales. No extra charges for
liri re, boxing or freight'
We prepay freights ami deliver goods free at
nu; . :>ot on the line of Hie A'ordi Kastern. Wil
mington nnd Columbia, Soutli Ciirolinn nnd
L'litirleaton uni! Savannah Itali Itonils; also, to
lill points ill South Carolina, lieorgia ami Klori
da; having ilUect water communication with
AM. Coons GUARANTEED.
Iw; j-8 enclose this advertisement with order
LIST of I'niCKS. No EXPENSE TO ADD.
'. t quality Young Hyson Tea-quality un?
. ii: sod, exquisite flavor, lind strength,"il.00
This Tea specially reoommcded. Finest
ty Oolong. Souchong, Uuh|H>\valer, and
[ Hyson Tens, dl.on pei lb. Second quality Teas
; s .? per lb. Third quality Tens, poid by oilier
j deni, rs at $1 per lb, you Yan have delivered bv
us al .VH;. per Iii. Uruslied Sugar Iths, peril?.";
powdered Sugar 12c per lb.: granulated A.
Sn ? 12?; per lb.; extra C Sugar, lue. per
trilled Itrown Sugar, io els per lit. Lin.
ccrlcss Family Kliiur. our own hratid
from best Virginia Wheat-un eleganl
it ti? ) -20 lbs, for ?tl. or i'.' per barrel, itootj
Film . I- lour, 21 lbs for $1, or $7..">K per barrel.
Iv. tra Choie? Finely Flavored Hagged liam.-,
!? ? (loud limns, Tlc, per lb. Extra Choice
lire.i's fast Strips, lii'ae. per lb. Choice Tumbler
.tellies, large size, 12 i ?c. each. 'J lb' Canned
1 .oes, lite each: :! lb Canned Tomatoes, nie
i 1 ll?. Snlinon, lSe, per can; '1 lb. Canned
l'ine tuple, Teaches, Damsons, and Pears, ?SW..
ii. ran-0enns for !.*?., liest ltnnlily Mixed
Vim ar Tickles-pints, 17c. quarts, 27c cadi;
gallons, fiOe each. Condensed Milk Eu
reka, anil L'agi e Brand. 25c each. (Jam/.
Sem 1:1111. 1-2 lb* 25e. ; lbs. 50 cents, per
e n Lemon Sugar, -Mle. per can. Doo
li . - Yeast Powder. 15, 25. -10c per can.
Kii . ish Cooking Soda, or Package Soda,
Hie. per lb. .', Hoxes Sardines, -ide. ; 1-2 j t
boxes Sardines, Hoc. each. Shadiiics, l-l
boxes. 35e. each. Cox's Sparkl hi edil
lilie 20c. per pack. Capers, -ldc. ; Olives
5ll?. ; Wordiestershlre, Walnut and
^Mushroom Sauces, genuine imported -Me
per bottle. Iiiiitation French Mustard,
20c. Genuine French Mustard, 25c
Kreuch Prunes, 15c Haisins. 20e. Cit
ron -10. Currants, 10c. Cheese, 20c.
1 i weight Candles, first quality, 23c
pe i lb. Baker's Chocolate, 45o per lb
? oi na, fide, per lb. Uroma, liOe. per ll).
0< nuiti Chocolate. :i0e. per lb. Ordi
I ny H'm Cottee, -l| lbs for SI ; choiceHio
Colive, 4 lbs. for $1; choice Laguara
Cottee. 31-2 lbs, for SI; Old Uoverii
amnt .lava Cottee. .'1 lbs. for .$1 ; Boasted
md Ground Coll?es, f>c. additional, each
.Trade. Duryea's Starch. !l 1-2 lbs. for
si. Satin (?loss Starch, 75c. per box.
Coi n starch. Hie. per puck. Box Blue
ing. 33c. per dozen. Harley, 12 l-2e per
lb. Durhams Smoking Tobacco'; ?a, ?mi
lb. .Martin's Culebra teil Gilt Edge Hut- ?
.el . -IOU; per ll). Choice Goshen Ihlttei', ' f<
350. per lb. Good Table Huller, .'i<v. per u
Vi. Cooking Hinter, I Ile-. 5 His., and ? : .
lbs or 61
cults-Soda. 12 lbs. for SI; Kxtrit
i , 10c; Lem.m. Wine, Ginger and
Butter, ut 15c per lb.; Nie Nues, ISc;
Karn y Cukes, 25e. per ll). Black Pep
per, 80c. per lb.; Nutmegs. 15c. per
?mice; Mace, 15c. per ounce; Glngor,25c
lb. Hose and Vanilla Fiat Si lek Cundy,
. line article. 25c per lb; Ordinary stick
'..tildy, pure, 20c per lb; Hock Candy
m\ eolor. 22c. per lb. Colgate's Toilet
M, I -GO ditl'orent kinds, a speciality of
m . at manufactures prices-from 25c.
? . LOO per dozen cakes. Colgate's
Handkerchief Extracts, 50c. per bottle.
a limer? Hoquet Powder. 25'-?. jier box.
eland's Pomade Vasaline. a Hcstorn
Iiv? unequalled for the hair, 20e. per
hollie. Old Corn Whiskey. ?1.80 per gal
ion. Pye Whiskeys. SI ,?><>. ?$11.00. and
- LOO. |ier gallon. Blackberry ?mil Cher
:v I unlinks, a pleasant drink. 81.80 per
i m. Table Port and Sherry Wine.
"') per gallon. Pine Old Madeira, SI.
i , per gallon. English and Scotch Ale,
u er; bottled. 2.70 per dozen. Bremen
:cr Heer, bottled, 82.70 per dozen,
lijohus for Liquors, extra 1-2 gallon
; gallon. 55c ; 2 gallons. (!0e. ; 3 gal
t?ons, 75.; 5 gallons, SI.00 each*
\ very ICxIeusivc Assortment of Crock
er.) and Glassware always on hand.
,'laius-Dinner size. SL5() per dozen;
Breakfast' $1.25; Desert SI.00;Tea. Sac.
per dozen. Cup.? and Siiaeers, 81.00 per
set. Covered Dishes. 05c.. 75c, and SI.
? o od! Tumblers, 00.. 75.. 8.1,00. S1.25
?.?ul SI.50 per dozen. Table Goblets.SI.
. i. 81,50 ?2.00. 82.50, and 83,00 per
? zeil; Wine Classes SI.00 per dozen
imp Chimney's Sun O and A's. -I
? ? : H's il for 25c Student or Arg
inincvs 3 for 25c. Numberles arti
mentioned. Iiifortnation cheerfully
..a- Our linn was established in
l'?7 and our business reputation and
ell ?lies are bf the highest order. WK
ill tin all we promise. All orders j JJ
lould bu addressed lo
JOHN W. LINLEY ?ft Co.,
(Key Box ISL) 100 King Street
Cl IA lt LKKTON, S. C.
VT ( U?THK AS EUX KA I Ll IO AO COMPANY;
Cn MU.KSi.oN, s.e.. Dee. ::, 1ST I.
On anil arter this dale Trains on Ibis Uotld
rat tig Hie T. S. Mails will bo run. daily, a
loll .??: ?
I . vc Charleston nt 7 A. >!. nnd ? P.M;
\ . ve al Chm teston at B.W A. M. lind 7 I?. TA
i ' Sundays no Train.-, will leave ?I 7 A. M. oil
un n. ni 7 T. M.
Passengers for Choriiw and Darlington ICnil
??'.n.I villi leave al ~< N. M., mid arrive nt ? T. M.
I'n?sengers for Columbia can leave h) cither
I'l uiii, ?ri Iving nt Columbia, by Day Train, nt
..le P. U.. lind by Xiuht Traill al I ?. M.
II seagers for tho Ninth can leave bv either
l'riii i, mid will innke (dose e..noe. lions al Flor
iiiu . viih all Trains for the Northern ami West
.III i dies.
Sh ping Cars wilt be found on the XightTrnins
l"i < (nimbin and nil points north of Florence.
M;.ch--7. Ueuernl Ticket Agent.
C&NV'SSERS ?anted for two
sup rb works ol French arl, "Little lJun
,w . and her Pels." and tho pretty pair"
! ? . Dinner, and the Nap.." These
it res ace worthy cf ? place \n costin
i (i s Olid inexpensive enoii^b for Die
,, lest. Selling rapidly^ and TAKK ON
<I. IT. Wc guarantee ready sales, good
is. an. quick returns. Any active
.. m who will lake hold can make a
Inn IsoiH? income. Send for our best
S at once.
.1. H. Fonn & Co.,
I 2-7 Paru Place, New York.
A D V E ll T 1 S E M K N T t? .
SOI TH EA STE UN
There ia soon to bu a paper entitled as
i novo, issued from tliisjoihce, and pub
Ishcd In the interests of the M. E. Church
n tliis portion of our work.
Since thc unwise removal of thc
Charleston Advocate, our work lias been
?..nlnrging and extending In this section,
md demands multiplying for a locid or
ian. The Charleston Advocate w as for
wo years published in Charleston. It
vas during this eventful period in thc
listory of our cause in the South, one ol
he most important auxiliaries of our
vork. Its removal left a vacant place
1?re which bas not since been filled. It
s un old saying, "?that blessings brighten
ns they take their night." This was cm
plialicaUy true in reference to our tl a per
for this coast. Many were taken by sur
prise at its sudden removal and were
anxious for its return. If we had been
ns fully advertised of the wants and
ivishcs of the people hi this section, bo
oro the transfer of that paper to Atlanta,
Jiu, as we were after lt was done, lt
rould never lu-ve gone from us. The
Methodist Advocate is a good paper and
lily conducted, but it is too distant from
lie Atlantic coast to meet our local wants
i this section. Our work on this coast
lifers in some particulars from our work
i the section of Atlanta, or thc valley of
lie Mississippi. Its peculiar phases can
ot be met by those who live nt a dis
iinee from us, and are not conversant
lith the exigencies and dem nods of this
potion. The people will have greater
Their Own Paper,
hat lives and sympathizes with I hem t hun
au bc awakeded for ono coining to them
rom a distance, and tnamiged hy coui
lt will bo larger than the PUKE CUT
EN, will bo
ot tim low price of
)Ni: I > < > tULA li ;i IS AX*
I'ay nicht i;, ?ulv.uice.
Rom of tin tides ritcrsof o r church j
i this section will contribute to Its col-j
mn?. .1. Minisiein ol ."ne M. i*,, i
hurcb. irayelinii ?ind local ii'? agents;
ir thi ; paper. Let those who read this
otu .. net a! once in getting lip u Us.1 ol !
Ali communications for the Advocate \
lioidd bo directed to us, at this place,
.tig. 1S74. Orangeburg, S. C.
3EGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS,
titrons and the public generally, that
living disposed of his entire
STOCK OF LIQUORS,
nw respectfully solicits a continuance
rtheir patronage, by offering to them,
udor tho motto of QUICK SALES
>d SM ? LL PROFITS, a com
ete assort nient of
nd ns my stock is TOO NUMEROUS
O MENTION, I respectfully ask an in
?ectioii ol' my goods before buying oise
Goods shown free of charge.
C. D. KOT JOHN,
Pi A "\Ti
Cured by Dr. Bond's
Remedies, willi full directions sent to
ip part of tho world. Send for pam
lilcl ami particulars. Address
, T. IU1MI. M. U., PEXXA. CAXCEtt IXST'E,
HO Chestuul streel, Philadelphia, Pa.
.XII. A. C. DUKES,
Dealer in all kinds of
)rugs and Medicines.
Dr. Dukes hus billi Niuo YearsExperi
nee in I H ugs ami Medicines and Ihorouh
,. understands bis business. Ile keeps
[instantly on a large Supply of Goods
sundy found in n
Tirst-class Drug Store,
j-cy*''archil attention paid to thc com
.minding of Prescriptions und all orders]
rompt ly attended to. Call on him at
iis Popular hrng Store.
Orangeburg, Pcb. Ut, 1S75.
Wm. M. HIRD & CO.,
III PORTERS AMI MANUFACTURERS OP
Oils, White Lead,
SOI East. Bay,
CHARLESTON, So. Ca.
Jidy 17, 40-5
A ?G?ST?S B. KNOWLTON,
Attorney & Counselor at Law
ORANGEBURG, S: C. .
A VG?STU8.B. KNOWLTON,
Thc undersigned lins opened nn ofllco for tho
SALE of LAND.
Persons having; REAL ESTATE to dispose, of
will do well to register tho snino for sale.
Lnrgc farms ?fibdivldod mid sold in either
large or small parcels.
Good farms for sale nt from two to Ave dollars
per acre, on easy terms.
AUGUSTOS B. KNOWLTON,
Vf Ornngcbnrg C. H., S. C.
Jlnsiness faithfully mid promptly at
OFFICE for Ute present in leith A. B.
Orangcburg, Jan. 23, 1S75.
T. K0HH& |P.0.r
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 ohl stand.
Theodore Kehn & Bro
gOUTII CAROLINA RAILROAD.
'CIIAULKBTON, S. C., Feh. 15, 1875.
On nnd after Tucsdny, February loth, tho fol
lowing changes in Schedule ol* till* Rom! vii
go into ellect :
COLUMBIA DAY PASSENGER OPRAIN.
Leave Charleston ... 5.40 A M
Arrive nt Columbia ... ll?^5 P SI
Leave Columbia - . J 4.80 P AI
Arri* e nt Charleston ... 11.45 P M.
AUGUSTA DAY PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leave Charleston ... 7.C0 P M
Arrive at Charleston - 6J? A M
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPBESS.
Leave Charleston - - - 7.00 P il
Arrive tit Columbia ... cst A Bl
Leave Columbia - - - 7.15 P M
Arrive ut Charleston . . . 6Jki All
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston ... BM V M
Arrive at Charleston - 0.30 A M
Tlie Columbia Day Pnsscngcr Trains, which
leave nt 7 A. M. noil nrrive al 11.30 P. M. will
(between Charleston and Brnnchvillo) stop only
at Sommerville nod George's. This applies both
ti? the np and down trips.
By this new Schedule n close connection will
be miutu willi the Charlene, Colmnbin ?nil Au
gusta Railroad nt Iheir Cros?im* nenr Columbia,
which will avoid tho transfor through Columbia
?ml give ns as quiet n seliedulo to Washington
I mid points North ns hy tho oiher ronle.
Sleeping Cars on nil Dight trains. Bnpgai
chcckec through. ii. S. SOLOMONS,
s. ll. PlCKKSB, G. T. A. Superintendent.
r fl AY LOU FOUDHAM AND LAWRENCE
Attorneys at Law,
Offices at Charleston and .Orangebng.
I. J. TAYL?B, J. IIAMMflilD FORDHAM,
F. D. UvimcE.
jvyspccinl attention given to the col
lection of claims and prompt- jrctum
Oraogeburg, March 20,1875.