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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 6 March 1875

??ft .. .??-r -^Sf^^VBBSi??rRf Editor and .Tr^?JrjLetor. -.-.-,-f.{ ?^TJlliTp"''.!,?"'0 1 ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1875. -^ ... ,-.,,rrf.-.n;t::^.-jj;r : -;" ' ;?--. .?'-"?v-:? to--. A Weekly Paper Devoted to .Toihperance, _ Xiiteratuxe and Politics. NUMBER B?. Ut AX.MONT DAUSES. Burn low, ob light, and l<\t t?:o darkoo** in t ?'. . I-rt silence bo warre fitful rounds have been ; JAS? poul to body bo no moro a mite ; Let eaoh, too tired, bo sweetly den?tate. Yea, let the Boni, o'en as ? too-loved brido, Tarn gently fror? Ha sacred body's eldo ; I/> ve'B? umber inore than love ; turn and be still, Now that they both, or not, have had their will. What matters it i tiler both aro tired to de'alh'. They, married with tho breathing of a breath, ?. Would cather np'tho feet ?nd bo nt reet, Content to be oblivion? of tho best ; And happlor HO all discord to elude, All biltor pain, m that great FoMottudo f That reaches llko a-HM, cool. lcmuitc.* O'er folded baud* ...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 6 March 1875

"- ." '-T-~-'-rr.-r--- "' ? ---r--'-______________-f, _----- ? - ; ; ? ? ? ? ? - - HE r 'REE UITIZEN. E.^A". WEBST^R^^Edit?r and ,l?r,oprietor. . A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literature and Politics. - ? ?? ? . . .'- ? . ... . ? . . . j , - . ? . . . ? ? j - . VOLUME i: ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, MARCH b\ 1875. , NUMBER 30, BEST. BY ALMOST P.AUNKS. Durn lon-, oh light, Burl let the darkness ml. liri ellenoo bo worro fitful Bounds hrwe boon ; Let soul to body be no moro a mate ; Let each, too tired, bo sweetly desolate. Ye?, lot tho noni, e'en aa a too-loved brido, Tarn gently from ita sacred body's side; Love Blumber more than love ; turn ond be atlll, No'.v that they both, or not, have bad their w.ll. What mattera it? they both aro tired to death. They, married with tho breathing of a breath, Would gather vip tho feet and bo at rest, 1 Content to bo oblivious of tho beat ; And happior ?o all discord lo elude, All bitter pain, in that great FoMcltnde f That rca?i...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 6 March 1875

CITIZEN. E. A. WEBSTER. Editor and Proprietor. A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literature and Politics. VOLUME T. ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, MARCH i>, 1875. NUMBER 30. REST. Dt ALMOST HAUNTS, Hum |..\v, <>li lii;ht, mut let tho dartsuc?? in ! Lei silence !>o wnerc litful Bound* b?vc been ; Lot HHIII t" body bo no moro n mate; Let each, too tired, bo sweetly desolate. Yon, lrt the poul, e'en a?> a too-lovetl bride, Turn gently from tte sacred body's ?ido ; llivti slumber more flinn love; turn ?iud bo still, Now that they both, or not, have hill their will. W|,*t ma'-tors it ? they both ure tircl to denth. Thov, married with thc breathing of a breath, Would cather up tho feet and bc at rout, Content to bo oblivious of tho best; And happier so all discord lo elude, All bitter pain, ni that groat soitcltnile Thal reaches like a poa, cool, in'ftnilo. Uer folded bauds and lips to memory sweet. A poa of grassy wavos, foam-fringed with Itow'rH, Tho tendered g...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 6 March 1875

-?'J IIBMIIHi THE FREE CITIZEN PUnillSllF.D AT OR API CEBU RC, 8. C. J?. A. WEBSTER, - - - Editor. A. WEBSTER, PUBLISHER. . dxB Corr, OSE YEAR, - - -*$2.O0 Invariably ?n Advance. Ami I Will come near to you to judgement; and I will be a swift witness against thu sorccr cr?, !\ml against thc adulterer?, and against false swearers, and against those tbat op preas tho hireling lu his wages, the widow nuJ tb? fatlicrlefd, anti that turn asido the atrangcr from his right, ano" piar ;wit me, aailh the Loni ol" llosto.-MAI. u-in, HI, 6. NOTICE;/. ,MV . ? .We ar? not responsible for tho ricki vt our Correspondents. , ' ,( Adrertisemcnts to.ba Inserted JtMbe ?ITKES Must be received.by Thursday evening. . .Advertisements ^iso^ted at'-Ono Dollar pet inch, for thc first Insertion. Further terms can be had on application (o the Editor or Publisher. - Communication's on malters of State or Local interest, respectfully solicited. AH orders for Job Printing left at this1 office wilt r?cviTv prsspS ...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 6 March 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. PUBLISH F.D AT ORAMCEBURC, S. C. I?. A. WEBSTER, - - - Editor. A. WEBSTEK, PUBLISHER. . TK11HS : (fx* Gopr, ONE YEAR, - - - .32 00 Invariably in Advance. And I will come near to von lei judgement; and I will be a ?wilt wltnuao against thu sorcer er^, t\m\ agutu'st thc adulterers, nud against fal** swearers, and against Ihosa timi o|> press the hireling in lils Wriges, tho widow :>u>! the fnthcrlc-s, und thut turn uside tin stranger fir oin hla right, nn? r?ar flot me, 3 ai tu the Loni of Hosts.-MALACHI, lil, e. NOTICE';; :, . Wo nra not responsible for tho v?cw? vt our Correspondents. Advertisements to,hq 1/iscrt?rt Ju.tU? ?m??* ?nust bo received .Ur Thursday evening. .Adr?riUcmcnts l??a^Ud nt' Ono Hollar per Inch, Tor the llrat Insertion. Further terms can be had on application (u thu Editor or Publisher. Communication's on matter* of State or Local interest, tcspccU'ully solicited. All orders for Job Printing left nt this office will receive prompt nltvn...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 6 March 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN.! 1 Tl ' Ll > 11 Kl) AT ORANCESvRC, 3. C. S?. A. WEBSTER, - - - Editor. A. WEBSTER, PUBLlstlKK. TER3I8 : ?SK Cory. GM: Y KAU, - - - $2 Ol' Invariably in Advance. .And I vrill come near tu voil tit judgement; and ! 1 will be a iwlft witheiM against Hu: mirccr- j sr:, .-.:.-.! sglltU'll Hie adulterers, and against ; f.iUs swearers, amt nxninst those that op jireH* die hireling in hin Wage?, the widow und the l'allierle-s, ?ind Unit tum aside Un stranger from lils right, II nd nsnr ;i"t nie, | am Hi tho Lord of HoMe.-MALACHI, lil, ?. NOTICED , . AV? uro not re?>[>oiiM?Ule for ttic vlcWi < t our Correspondents. Advertisements to ho. hiiertcd Ju thc CITIZEN I must bo received by Thursday evening. Advertisements limerted nt One bollar por \ Inch, for thc Hist Insertion, further terms eau be had on application to the Kdltor or Publisher. Communication! on matters ol* .Slate or Local I interest, respect l'iiil}' solicited. All orders for .Job Printing left at th...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 6 March 1875

m TT n TIT) Tir? nTrnTr?TAT L'U?LISHEU S ATURD AY, MARCH 6th? 187fr. City Oiirejo to ?-yv CITY OFFICERS; MATOR - - Jbnti' NV. Moseley. CLERK. - - - - ?T. D- Wolf?. TREASURER, r B: Williamson. ALDKU.M'EHV--Iimu-y Washington. J I*. Harley, Ul Williamson, T. D'. Wolfe. POSTMASTER, - - W.E; Williams. CHURCHES. METHODIST EPISCOPAECHURCH-Rev Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, ino*li ing, afternoon anil evening. UAl*T18T.-^-ev. MT. Norris, pastor. Services, llrst Sumlay evening, ami tho second ami fourth Sundays, morning, and evening. METHDIMST (*olith).-Rev. Sir. Cam pbell, pastor. Services morning and evening. Sunday-school, 9 A. M. PRKSUTTEUIA?f.-Rev. Mr. li'rown evangelist. Services, mornlnir and after noon.- Sttndliy-school, 9 1-2 A. M. El^S"COt*A ri-First and third Sundays Morning and afternoon. L?TriKRANCucitCli.-iRev.MV. Dough, pastor.^ Services, morning 101-2, even big at ? o'clock. C?TTOtf QtrC^TATY?I?S. FRIDAY EVEKING. Ordinary, - - - ll 1-2 & 12 ?ood Ordinary, - - 12;l-2 &a...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 6 March 1875

"THE FREE CITIZEN. ruiiLisiiKD SATURDAY, MARCH 6th, I87&. City T>1\~*3<3torys ClTX" 0FF?CEUS*. MAYOR. - - JoaU' *v- Moseley. Ol.KltK. - 'J'- D? Wolle. TREASURER, - - li: Williamson. A 1.1 ) K ICM KN\-Henry Washington. .1 V. Harley, ii: Williamson. T. D'. Wolfe. POSTMASTER; - - W. E. Williams. CHURCHES. HKT-iiootsT EPIscot*AI.CHURCH-Rev Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, mot li ing, afternoon ami evening. HAPTIST.-Rev. MT. Norris, pastor Services, tlrst Sunday evening, and tim second and fourth Sundays, morning, and evening. METHODIST fJsotttlO.-Rev. Mr. Cam pbell, pastor. Services morning and evening. Sunday-school. 9 A. M. PKKSIIYTERI AN.-Ile v. Mr. fVrnwii evangelist. Ser\ lees, ihorijhtg and after noon.- Suhdity-school, 9 1-2 A. M. KihsTcOl'?li.-First and third Sundays Morning and afternoon. LUTHERAN' CiiCRCn.--Rev. if r. Hough, pastor.. Services, morning 10 1-2', even liig at 7 o'clock. C?TTOtf QUC^TA'??ONS. FRIDAY EVENING. Ordinary, ... 11 1-2 & 12 Oood Ordinary, ...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 6 March 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. I'b'ULISHKD SATURDAY, MARCH 6th, 187$. City Directory. CIT*?' OFFICERS*. MAYOR - - ?bau'\V. Moseley. <,?.KIIK. . - - - 'i'.D. Wolle. TKKASI'RKR, - - IJ: *V?lHaill?O?l. AI.1?KUMKN\-Henry Washington. .1 I*. Hurley, li'. Williamson. T. D'. Wolfe POSTMASTER; - - W. E. Williams. CHURCH KS. MKTiiobtST EIMSCOPAI. CHURCH-Rev Tliouuis Phillips, pastor. .Services, mol li ing, afternoon ami evening. ti Artist.- Il?'V. M"r. Norris, pastor .Services, tl rsi Sn inlay eveiihtir. ?ml tho nccoml anil fourth Sundays, morning, and evening. M Kt'llb I > 1ST (sotith)--Ih'V. Mr. Cam pbell, pastor. Services nioi'iihig and evening. Sunday-school. 5? A. M. I?RFSlirtk!l?AN.-l??v. Mr. [Vri'Vt ll evangelist. Set* ices, mornhijr and altor uoon.' Suiuliiy-school, 9 J-2 A. M. Rm seo I'An - Kirst and third Sundays Morning anti afternoon. f{rtin:uAsCiichCii.--Kev.Bfr. Hough, pastor. Services, morning 10 1-2. even lng at 7 ii'dhiok. COTTON" QUOTATIONS. FRIDAY KVKNINO. Ordinary. - - - 111-2 ? ...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 6 March 1875

HO ?BE HOLD HINTS. To HEMOVK paint splashed upon win dow-panes, uso a bot solution of soda and soft flannel. A IT KU taking up a carpet, sprinkle tho Hour with very dilute carbolic acid before sweeping. Ir YOI: have been picking or handling acid fruits, and havo stained your hands, wash them in clear water : wipe thom lightly, and, while they are yet moist, striko a match and shut your hands around it so an to catch tho smoke, and the stain will disappear. To STOP BLEEDING,-It is snid that bleeding from a wound on man or beast may be stopped by a mixture of wheat Hour aud common salt, in equal parts, bound on with a cloth. If the bleeding bo profuso, uso a largo quantity, say from ono to three pints, lt may bo left on for hours, or even days, if necessary. APPLE SNOW.-Boast eight tart ap ples and pidp them through a seive ; i uko one-half pound of the pulp, and, when cold, mix with it oue-hnlf pound of finely-sifted loaf sugar, aud the thin rind of a small lemon ; boat the whites of...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 6 March 1875

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. To REMOVE paint splashod upon win dow-panes, nae a hot solution of Boda and soft flannel. AFTER taking up a carpet, sprinkle tho floor with very dilute carbolic acid bofore sweeping. IF rou havo boen picking or handling ne.id fruits, and have stained your hands, wash thom in clear water ; wipe them lightly, and, while they are yet moist, striko a match and shut your hands around it BO QB to catch the Bmoke, and the stain will disappear. To STOP BLEEDING.-It is said that bleeding from a wound on man or beast may bo stopped nj a mixture of wheat Hour aud common salt, in equal parts, bound on with a cloth. If the bleeding bo profuBO, use a large quantity, say from one to three pints. It may bo left on for hours, or even days, if necessary. APPLE SNOW.-Roast eight tart ap ples and pulp them through a soive ; take one-half pound of tho pulp, and, when cold, mix with it one-half pound of flnoly-sifted loaf sugar, and tho thin rind of a small lemon ; beat the whites of thr...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 6 March 1875

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. To REMOVE paint splashed upon win dow-panes, use a hoc solution of soda and soft flannel." .. . -If-A vftrrr< ?FTEB taking up a carpet, sprinkle tho floor -vvith very dilute carbolic aoid before sweeping. IF Y O U have been picking or handling aoid fruits, and have stnined your hands, .weeli them in blear water ; -wipe them lightly, and, while they aro yet moist, strike a- mutch and shut your, hands around it so as to catch the smoke, and tho eisin will disappear. To STOP BLEEDING.-It is said that bleeding from a wound oh man or beast may bo stopped by a mixture of wheat floor and common salt, in equal , parts, bound on with a cloth. If the bleeding be profuse, use a largo quantity, say from one to three pints. It may bo left on for hours, or even days, if necessary. APPLE SNOW.-Boast eight tart ap ples and pulp them through a soive ; take one-half pound o? the pulp, and, when cold, mix with it one-half pound of finely-sifted loaf Bugar, and the thin rind'of a sm...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 13 March 1875

F t? ?4? 3 HT E I 'TT ft * . i? E. A. WEBSTER, Editor and Proprietor. A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literature and Polities! *"" .m. -_U* I tc/. VOLUME, I., ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1875. NUMBER 31.;^ .LEONA. BY JAMES O. OLAnK. [Competent litorary critics havo pronounced tho following poem unsurpassed by any other produc tion of l?a class in our -languaco. It is porfoct In rhyme, t>eautlful in figuro and expression, and wo know our- readers wlU thank us for its reproduc tion,! . Leona, tho hour drawB nigh, .Tlio.hour wo'vo awaited HO long-, For tho Angel to opon a door through tho Bky, That my, spirit may hroak from itu prison and try ' Its voice in an infinito song. JnBt now aa tho BlumborB_oJt night. _ _ Carno o'eivmA with poncoigtving ^roath, Tho curtain half Iii tod rovoalod to my sight Thoeo windows whioh look on tho kingdom of light, That borders tho river of death. And a vision foll solemn and sweet, Bringing gleams of a morning-lit land ; I ...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 13 March 1875

i r-irma wu II H II i i. _L. . .i. .- . - - - . ? E. A. WEBSTER. Editor and Proprietor. A Weekly Pape* Devoted to Temperance, Literature and Polities. VOLUME I. O RAN GEEUll G, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1S75. NUMBER 31. LEONA. UY JAMES U. OLABK. [Competent litorary critics have pronounced the followiDK poem unsurpiwd by any other produc tion of itt cluan in our language. It IR perfect In rhyme, licautlfr.l In Usuro and expression, Mid wo Know our readers will thauk UB fur ita reproduc tion.] ' J,cona, the hour draws nigh, Tho hour we've awaited HO long, Vor tho angel to open a door through tho sky. That my spirit may break from ita prison and try Its voice in an infinito song. Just now SH tho slumbers of night Cama o'er-ms with poaoo-giving breath, The curtain half lifted rovoaled to my sight Thoso windows which look on tho kingdom of light. That bordors tho river of death. And a vision foll Bolomn and Bweot, Bringing gleams of a morning-lit land ; I saw tho white Bhoro wh...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 13 March 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. ruuLisiiKu AT ORAWCEBURC, S. C. B. A. W^BS^ER, - " - - Editor. A. IV EB STEH, PUBLISH KU. 6km Corr, ONE VEAU, - - - 3 2 00 ^ invariant']/ in Advance. An J I will ?oinc near to yon to Judgement; ?mt X will bea ??,?11 willigan against thu soi<-er orn, anil Hgiilust- the adulterers, ami against false nweurcrH*,. n'rftl'iijininsl those timi op pro? tho hireling in Um wages, the wittow ?nd (ha fatherless, anti thal tum aside the stranger from Illa right, anil lear riot Ititi, saith the Lord of Hosts.-M A i. A e 111, HI, NOTICE. WJ aro not responsible for tho views ci oin Correspondents. Advertisements to ho inserted in the CITIZKS must be received by Thursday evening. Advertisements inserted nt Ono Dollar per inch, for the first insertion. Further tenus eau bo had ou application lo the Editor or t'tiblislier. Comiuunicutions on in till era of State or Local Interest, respectfully BOllcltOll. All order? for Job Printing left nt thia office Will receive prompt attentio...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 13 March 1875

t^??MM--Iinmiiwi ll IT ??WW 1 THE FREE CITIZEN. PUlfLl??lED AT ?RANCEPURC, S. C. 2?^.-W?BBSto?l?, - , - - Editor. A: WEBSTER, PUBLISHER. TERMS : ?itt COPr, ONE YEAR, - - - $2 00 ^, invariably in Advance. An J I will come near to you to Judgement; and X will be n fciwiil witness against thu sorcer ora, and Hgulpsjt/thcjudullerora, und aiM?u^i false swearers,, nailj ailinat those that op preT tim hireling In hi? wages, the widow Had th? fatherless, anil that turn aside tho stranger from lils right, and fear n?c mu, aallh the Lord of Hosts.-MALACHI, III, D. NOTICE. . ,. Wa aro not responsible for tho views cf our Corre ii poi; dc ii ta. Advertisements to bo Inserted In thc C ITI.'.KS must bo received by Thursday evening. Advertisements inserted nt One Dollar per Inch, for the first insertion. Further tot ins can b* bad on application to the Editor or Punisher. Communications ort matters of State or Local interest, respectfully solicited. All orders for Job Printing lcR nt this om." Wil...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 13 March 1875

i j-amarafetr:* ? tfrur?." ?nt ?rt -n?? '.rn: . ?a? faBi**** "TTOTREEOTTIZEN. PUUL?SUED SATURDAY, MAr*CHJ3th, 1875. City IMsrootory CITY" OFFICERS. MAYOR, - - J?ab W". Moseley. CLERK, . - - - T. D. Wolfe. TREASURER, ... - ; B. Williamson. ALDERMEN,-Henry Washington, J. P. Harley, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe. POSTMASTER, . - W. E. Williams. CHURCHES. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH-Rev Thomas Phillips,pastor. Services,morn ing, afternoon and evening. BAPTIST.-Kev. Mr. Norri?, pastor. Services, first Sunday evening, ami the second and fourth Sundays, morning, and evening. METHODIST (south).-Rev. Mr. Cam pbell, pastor. Services morning and evening. Sunday-school, U A. M. PRESHYTERIAN.-Kev. Mr. Brown evangelist. Services, morning and after noon. Sunday-school, U 1-2 A. M. EPISCOPAL.-First and third Sundays. Morning and afternoon. LUTHERANCnuncii.-Kev.Mr. Hough, pastor. Services, morning ll) 1-2, even lng at 7 o'clock. COTTON" QUOTATIONS. FKIDAY EVENING. Ordinary, - - - ll 1-2 & 12 Good Or...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 13 March 1875

THE.FREE CITIZEN. PUBLISHED SATURDAY, MARCH 13th, 1875. City TJirootory. CIT* OFFICERS. MAYOR - - Jonb W. Moseley. CLERK, - - - - T.D. Wolfe. TREASURER, - - - ?. Williamson. ALUKRMEN,-ITenry Washington. J. 1*. Harley, BY Williamson, 'f.D. Wolfe. POSTMASTER, - - W. E. Williams. CHURCHES. METHODIST EPISCOPAI.CHURCH-Rev Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, morn ing, afternoon and evening. BAPTIST.-Rev. Mr. Norri?, pastor. Services, tlrst Sunday evening, anti the second and fourth Sundays, morning, and evening. METHODIST (south).-Rev. Mr. Cam pbell, pastor. Services morning and evening. Sunday-school, 'J A.M. PRESBYTERIAN.-Rev. Mr. Brown evangelist. Services, morningnnd after noon. Sunday-school, 9 1-2 A. M. EPISCOPAL.-First and third Sundays. Morning and afternoon. LUTHERAN Cnuncii.-Rev. Mr. Hough, pastor. Services, morning 101-2, even lng at 7 o'clock. COTTON" QUOTATIONS. FRIDAY EVENING. Ordinary, - - - ll 1-2 & 12 Good Ordinary, 12 1-2 & 13 Low Middling, - - 13 Strict Middling,...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 13 March 1875

Selling Out a Circus. Operations tn lllitfr-tullod Monkey o anti JUlnlatnro Hornea. From tho Bau Francisco Chronic!". For a weok or two past display ad vertisements in the newspapers und post?is upon the dead-walls havo flam ingly informed tho public that at 12 o'clock noon, on Monday, February 15, tho animals and properties of Chiarini's Boyal Italian Cirous would be sold at auction. Tho placo solected was the street in front of "Wilson's Palace Am phitheater, corner of New Montgomery and Missions streets. Accordingly a great orowd gathored yesterday. So numerous were tho curious and covetous, indeed, that tho street was quite impassable for fully half an hour before the time for commencing tho sale. As was to be expected, the as semblage had a very horsey cast. There ?were a great many gentlemen in sulkies sporting diamond pins and purple black tufts at their chins. Kaw, red faces and variegated trowsers, belong ing to gentlemen with hoarse voiceB, were to bo seen in profusion. Bu...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 13 March 1875

Selling Ont a Cireur?. Operations In ltl??fr?t*ilta?l Monkeys ami Jil litlal uro Horses. Emm tit? Sun Francisco (Jbrouiote. For a week or two past display ad vertisements in fcbe newspapers und posters upon tho dead-walls havo flam ingly informed tho public that at 12 o'clock noon, on Monday, February 15, tho animals and properties of Chiarini's Royal Italian CirciiB would bo t?old at auction. The placo selected waa the streot in front of Wilson's Palace Am phitheater, corner of New Montgomery and Missions streets. Accordingly a great crowd gathered yesterday. So numerous were tho curious and covetous, indeed, that the street was quito impassable for fully half an hour before the time for commencing tho sale. As was to bo expected, tho as semblage had a very horsey cast. There were a great many gentlemen in sulkies sporting diamond pins and purple black tufts at their chins. Haw, red faces and variegated trowsers, belong ing io gentlemen with hoarse voices, wore to bo seen in profus...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
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