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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The free press. — 5 April 1868

THE F li E E PEESS. JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, REGARDLESS OF ?ACE, COLOR, OR PREVIOUS CONDITION. VOL. I. CHARLESTON^ S. C, SATURDAY, APRIL 5,1868. ~~ NO. 2 He Mxtt Wtm. WHO ARE THE CARPET-BAG ADVEN TURERS ? They are men, who, since the war terminated, have emigrated to the South from Northern States, and have become planters, merchants, lawyers and busi ness men generally, for they have taken hold of any of the industries of the South which seemed to promise reward for Well directed efforts, and was honest as a caHing. They brought with them large sums of money have expended it in rewarding labor, restoring the waste places, and giving life and vigor to bu siness ; some of them bought plantations, others leased places, while others again furnished the capital for working lands jointly with Northern owners, and so in one form or other they provided a large share of the means used in employing labor, buying mules, farm implements, forage and food in growing the crops of corn, sugar and cotto...

Publication Title: Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The free press. — 5 April 1868

A WEEKLY JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY c OF SOUTH CAROLINA. T. HURLEY,.Publisher, No. 68 Meeting Street COL. C D. DUVAL,-Editor. TERMS, INVARIABLY 15 ADVANCE. One copy one Year, - - - $ 3.00 Ten Copies to one address, - - 27.00 Twenty copies to one address, - 50.00 Fifty copies, - - - 100.00 RATES OF ADVERTISING For one Square of Ten Lines, one inser tion,$l, for each subsequent insertion, 75 cts. A liberal discount made to yearly, half yearly, and quarterly advertisers. Adver tisements conspicuously displayed by epe cial agreement. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. 8. M. Petingfll * Co., 87 Park Bow, . Y. and ? State St, Boston : and Evene k Lincoln, 119 Nassau St . Y. 130 Washington St Boston, are our author ir?d Agents, in those places, to collect Subscriptions and Advertisements for this year, Take Cars to write distinctly the names of the person, the name of the City, town or locality, where the post-office is situated, and the names of the county and State, in ord...

Publication Title: Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The free press. — 5 April 1868

TELEGRAPHIC. Our European Dispatches. the great debate on tbe irish church question?views of gladstone and 8tan ? ubi?continued bise of cotton. Loitdon, March 31.?The debate in the House of Commons last night on the Irish Church was the most important of the present session. Mr. Gladstone (a portion of whose remarks were telegraphed last evening) made a most masterly speech in support of his resolutions for the abolition of the Irish Chnrch establishment, placing himself in line with the most advanced members of the liberal party on this question. After giving reasons for the past inaction, he showed the necessity for the immediate consideration of the subject, and explained the tendency and effect of the reso lutions which he had introduced to meet the emergency. He dilated on the great effect for good which a termination of the ascendency of the Irish Church, as a State establishment, would have in removing the jealousies and mitigating sectarian bitterness. In treating this quest...

Publication Title: Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The free press. — 5 April 1868

POETRY. NEW SONG?RECONSTRUCTION ! Air?-"Rally Round the Flag*, Boys." BY W. H. ROZAR. O, Reconstruction is the rage, From mountain to the sea, Let every man at once engage To help our nominee. Chorus?Then rally, boys, rally, From mountain, hill, and dale, 0, come from every valley, For Scott must not fail O, Reconstruction is the cry, And peace throughout the land, Then hoist the banner to the sky, * And join the Scott band. Then rally, boys, rally, etc. 0, Reconstruction we demand, And peace and harmony, Let friend and foe come shake their hand, And help dur nominee. Then rally, boys, rally, etc. 0, Reconstruction, sound it loud, In every place and spot, And Scott's name in every crowd By none muet be forgot. Then rally, boys, rally, etc. The Reconstruction dag must wave From mountain to the sea, We'll bury the past in deepest grave, And help our nominee. Then rally, boys, rally, etc. -oxxo A DILLEMMA. Which is the maiden I love best ? Twenty now are buzzing round me, Three in milk...

Publication Title: Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The free press. — 11 April 1868

I \ THE FBJ? PEE SS. S ? , ; ?TOS3ICB ?TQ AM/ MEN, REGARDLESS OF RACE, COLOR, OR PREVIOUS CONDITION, YOL. I ^^^^^^^M^^^^^, APRIL ^^ ^^^ :====^T Witt Mm mm. A WEEKLY JOURNAL, devoted to the interests of the REPUBLICAN PARTY QF south carolina. T. HURLER - - - - - - Publisher, So. 68 Meeting Street. COL. C. D. DUVAL,- Editor. TERMS, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One copy one Year, - Ten Copies to one address, - - ??.W Twenty copies to one address, - 50.00 Fifty copies, - 100.00 KATES OF ADVERTISING For one Square of Ten Lines, one inser tion,.1? 1, for each subsequent insertion, 75 cts. A liberal discount made to yearly, half yearly, and quarterly advertisers. Adver tisements conspicuously displayed by spe cial agreement. AUTHORIZED AGENTS. S. M. PetingiE k Co., 37 Park Bow, N. Y. and 6 State St, Boston : and Evene k Lincoln, 119 Nassau St. . Y. 120 Waahiagton St Boston, are our author ized Agents, to those places, to collect Subscriptions and Advertisements for this year, Tals Cars to write ...

Publication Title: Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The free press. — 11 April 1868

mm mm ffttesw. ELECTION OF ?86S. fur 1>5?bsi?>ext : ULYSSES S. G KANT, Or-ILUNOIS. fos vtce-i'uesimbnt : RSUBEN E. FENTON, NEW YORK. : :. >??:. the decision of the Cu?oa Ee ii I\?tt;oita? Convention, to be ?ielu at Chicago 02 tile -'.{?h Cay o?' Muy next. ?; This Government is a Republic where the Will o? the People is &a Lawoftbe band." U. S. GRANT. OUR STATI-, TICKET. for goverxok : GEN. It. K. SCOTT. [ON. LEMUEL BOOZER . . i: i;.J7. & in81*. GENERAL: F. J. MOSES. 3 . . 1 . . . , :> ! . n I ? r i . ? F. i.. CAllDOZA. :: COM?'TROL?.KR . : Dr. j. L. NEAGLE. yt)?l f-: ?; si! i; E!? : N. G. PARKER. y<)'? ATTORNEY general : D. II. CHAMBERLAIN. for SUPT. OF Bl>UCA?I03? : .i. K. JILLSON. FOR COXG&?S332 S ? : ?. F. Whit?emore, First District, C. Bowen, Second " Corfey, Third " .;. H. Goss, Fourth " .V. M. Epping, At lar?e Elias DlxoUj " 7vatss to CHICAGO c05vkstiok . ). <\ W hiiteniore, ^ . Muses. Jr.. First District; . E ?%ue, 3 v s.. ) apt. Smalls, \ Sec...

Publication Title: Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The free press. — 11 April 1868

NEWS SUMMARY. ?Gold at New York closed at 38.J ?At New York Cotton was quoted at the close at 29?aS0, with no buyers at over 29?. ?Paris now imports blonde hair from America. ?it is stated that the inner edge of the Gulf Stream, in latitude 36.20, has shifted 100 miles east of its former position. ?The Liverpool Cotton market closed firm at a decline of \d ; Uplands on the spot, 12J d. ; sales 10,000 bales. ?There will be another royal baby in the Prince of Wales household in a few months. ?New York is to have a company for the insurance of plate glass windows against breakage. ?Go v. Brown?ow recommends that the Tennessee railroad pass the delegates to Rac ieal Convention at half fare. ?Young Jerome Bonaparte, son of Madame Bonaparte, of Baltimore, has been appointed orderly to the Emperor Napoleon. ?A medallion carpet, from the Paris Ex position, is to be put down on the parlor of a lady residing on fifth avenue, New York, who paid $11,000 for it. ?Orders have gone forward to Fren...

Publication Title: Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The free press. — 11 April 1868

POETRY. LABOR. Behold a gorgeous chamber nxmg trith gold. A king lies panting through a restiess night; Look ! by his side a crown of priceless mould , And, near, a spectre speaks of power and might. But wild that eye and death-like pale the cheek ; While worn and wearied is that fevcr'd brow ; Had revelry has ceased?and ill and weak, He seeks for silence and r slumber now. Vain man! rest comes not at thy hasty call, Though woo'd by all the arts of wealth and ease ; Pesce dwells not always in the monarch's hail, ?or solitude those blessings can mercase, Earth has no shelter for the guilty mind, No lasting form whence to secrete a sin, The slightest fault committed by mankind Remains a stain to taunt the soul through time. See thon those jewels witch adorn thy breast, See thou the Injuries of thy festive board ; Behold the grandeur of thy palace dressM And the great cities bending to thy sword? Why look, then, in disdain uron the arm, h Thepeasant arm that raised them as thy lot* Say...

Publication Title: Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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