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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 2 October 1875

t lr CITIZEN. H. A. WEBSTER. Editor and Proprietor. A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literature and Politios. VOLUME JL ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1875. NUMBER 8. TIMELY TOPICS THK cattle,disease is making sad havoc in some counties in England. TKBASUBEII NEW ?IVS ?mt thu aiuounts paid by thc national banks dur ing the last riscal year as a tax on circu lation was $3,860,898.92. Tnii heavy rains have seriously dam aged the crops in Minnesota, it being es timated that already thc loss foots up fifteen or twenty percent, of thu entire crup of the stale. Tnt: Indians appear to hu on thc war path out in western Utah, having al ready butohered a number of settlers and miners. Troops are being sent for ward to squelch the red-skins. Tun sut cess of the new Atlantic cable insures communication with Europe at much lower rates than have heretofore been charged. The enormous capital now Huhntergod beneath tho sea can only ho made to pay a low tariff* and large busi ...

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. — 2 October 1875

CITIZEN. l'UULISIIKD AT ORANCEBURC, S. C. E. A. WEBSTER, - - - Editor. ,1 A. WEBST KU. L'UUMSIIKK. .. r ONE Coi'Y, OSK Y KAU. - - - S 2 00 I t Invariably in Advance* "' ; a Ami 1 will come near t<> you lo jmlfsciiiont: a ti * I ' 1 will bc li swill wiliiess ujiniit!-) Hie .fi- l< ers, timi UKilinsI Hie ailnllcrcrs, ?uni i^.iin-l luise swearers, timi against th. thal n|i press thc hireling in his wafres, the i-!? ami thc fatherless, ?uni llial lian ashlo Iii?' tirailler from his rij?ht, ?mil l'ear hol nf. t'y Buith thu Lo?! ul'Hosts.-MALACHI. Ill, 5. ? NOTICE. |b Weare not responsible lor Ute views 1 t our ? Correspondents, p Advertisement* lo he insert r<1 in 111. - Ct ri/.KN li must lie receive?! by *t[hnrsilaj evening. ^ Advertisements inserted ai ?>n.- Dollar per . Inch, tor the first insertion. Knrlhcr term- .-an 1 beilud on application lu the Edilnror . j, Communications on mailers nf State or Local ; interest, respectfully solicited. All orders for Joh Printing ...

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. — 2 October 1875

THE REE CITIZEN. VUljLISIIKl) AT ORANCEBURC, S. C. E. A. "WEBSTER, - - - Editor. A. WEBSTER, PUBUSiiKtt. TEliMS : ONE COPY, ONE Y KAU, - - - $2.00 InviuHcibly in Advance. :i Anil I will conic near to von to judgement: ami , 1 will be n swift n-itiioss against tim aoruer- 11 ers, timi ii>:aiii*t tin- adulterers, amt air.iinsl false'swearers, ami against those that op press (he liiri'IitiK in his wages, thc widow timi the fatherless, ami that turn aside the | Stranaer from his right, ami fear not me, 0 saith the Lord of Hosts.-MALACHI, III, *?. ? . ===-:-Ht NOTICE. I * ..If] Wo arc not responsible for thc views ( i om- v Correspondents. \ Advertisements to lie inserted in the U1TI/.KS | 1 must be received by Thursday evening. . Advertisements inserted at One Hollar per | . Inch, for thc first insertion. 1 arther lei ins eau l focTnid on application to thc Editor or Publisher. ? i Communications on matters of state or Local . t interest, respectfully solicited. ^ All orders for .Tob...

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. — 2 October 1875

THE rnj-c m i I2EN yuijLisnKD AT ORANCEBURG, S. C. S. A. WEBSTER, - - - Editor. A. WEBSTER, FUBLISUKR. TERMS : ONE COPY, ONE YEAR, - - - $2.00 Invariably tn Advance. An?! I will como near to you to Judgement; anti 1 will bo n swift witness nguinst thu son.er era, ?nil nguinst the adulterers, unit against false' swearers, ami against those Hitit op prose tho hireling In his wages, the willow anti the fatherless, ami that turn lisitlo the stranger froru, his right, and lear not me, .BUIUI tho Loiuof Hosts.-MALACHI, III, 5. g _? NOTICE. Wo aro not responsible for tho views of our Correspondents. Advertisements to bc inserted in the CITIZEN rnnst bc received by "Jhursday evening. Advertisements inserted at One Hollar per Inch, for the first insertion. Further terms can . nehndou application to tho Editor or Publisher. Communications on matters of State or Locnl interest, respectfully solicited. All orders for Job Printing left at this office will receive prompt attention. Agents and Cor...

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. — 2 October 1875

?HE FREE OITIZEN, PKUKlSlIKU SATURDAY, OCT. 2, IS J. Gity Directory. CITY OTFICI?US. . .ou, - - George llolivcr. KltK, - I.AS?RKK, I?KKMI-:N,-Jantes. F. l/.hir; .lohn M. Thompson, J. VV. Camion. .1 NV. Moseley. M A s rt;it, - A. NVebster. Cl IL" KCl IKS. 11 THOWST Kriscoi'Ai.Cin'KCii l*ev .: >as Phillips, pastor. Services, moi n iftemoon and evening. I'TIST.-Rev. Mr. Norris, pastor. ces, first Sunday evening, ami the d and fourth Sunday-, morning, ?vening. > KTII??IST (south).- Kev. Mr. Cam > ! , pastor. Service.? morning anti nji. Sunday-school, il A. M. ESUYTKItl AN . - Kev. Mr. It row ll jctist. Services. tnorniiigaiid afler Sunday-seltool, '.> 1-2 A. M. . scorAi. - First and third Sundays.' tiff and afternoon. .IIKKAN?lIUKCII.-*-l?cV."Mr. Hough. -, Services, morning 10 1--. even - II 7 o'clock. i ,? passenger trains oh the S. C. will pass through Orangeburg lows : - from Charleston, i). IS a. m. from Colutnbia, 7.!?0 p. in. , from Columbia, I I.*- '' p. ni. from Char...

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. — 2 October 1875

Hi CHE FREE CITIZEN. I'UULISIIEI) SATURDAY, OCT. 2, 1875. City Directory. tjlTY OFFICERS. MAYOR, - - George Uoliver. '. i.r.itK, - ?. - - TREASURER, AI.PERMEN,-.Tames. F. Izlar, John M. Thompson, J. VY. Cannon, J- W. Moseley. POSTMASTER, - - - A.Webster. CIIURCII?3. Ml-THOmST EPISCOPAL CHURCH-Rev I'ii unas Phillips, pastor. Services, mot n ? lg, .ifternoon ami evening. I'.APTIST.- Kev. Mr. Norris, pastor. . >\ ices, lirst Sunday evening, ami tito | .. -oi d and fourth "Sundays, morning, and evening. \ii.TiioniST (south).-Hov. Mr. Cam-! pbcl), pastor. Services morning and PVC ni Hg. iSunday-school, 0 A. M. PRRSRYTERIAN.-Rev. Mr. Brown evangelist. Services, morning and after-1 noon. Sunday-school, tl 1-2 A. M. BCISCOPAT..-First and thud Sundays.! Morning and afternoon. I L'UERAK CHURCii.~-Rcv.Mr. Hough, pastor. Services, morning 10 1--J, even in" iii 7 o'clock. The passenger trains on the S. C. S. K. will pass through Orangeburg as follows : Hay, from Charleston, 0.18 a. m. 11 from...

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. — 2 October 1875

THE FREE ?lTlZ?EN". PUBLISHED SATURDAY, OCT. 2, 1875. O i ty Directory. tjlTV OFFICERS. iiAYOtt, - - George Boliver. CLKRK, - . - TREASURER, ALDERMEN,-Janies. P. Izlar, .Tolin M. Thompson, J. VV. Cannon, J- W. Moseley. -, POSTMASTER, - - - A. Webster. CHURCHES. MKTHOUIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH-Rev Tliomas Phillips, pastor. Services, nun ti ing, afternoon and evening. BAPTIST.-ReV. Mr. Norris, pastor. Services, llrst Sunday evening, and the second and fourth Sundays, morning, Hud evening. MT-.THOUIST (south).-Rev. Mr. Cam pbell, pastor. Services morning and evening. ?Su.oday-school, 9 A. M. L'RESHYTEKIAN.-Rev. Mr. B row n evangelist. Services, morning and after noon. .Sunday-school, 0 1-2 A. M. EPISCOPAI.--First and third Sundays. Morning and afternoon. LUTHERAN Ciiuucii.--Rev. Mr. Hough, .pastor. Services, morning 10 1-2, even ing at 7 o'clock. The passenger trains on the S. C. xi. li. will pass through Orangcburg as follows: Day, from Charleston, 0.18 a. ra. " from Columbia, 7.30 p. m. N...

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. — 2 October 1875

A VERITABLE LITTLE BUCfe. Slim? nerfcwltl?'?.r??cO"?T London Bridar? lo Oreeowlsh. A young girl named Agnes Alice Beck wit li," daughter of tho professor of swim ming at Lambeth V \s, yesterday nc complished the difficult feat of swimming from London Bridge to Greenwich. The distance is rather more than five miles, and the time was remarkably fast-namely th 7m. 45s. Mr. Beckwith has been con nected with the Lambeth baths for nearly a quarter of a century, and for fourteen years held the proud position of champion I swimmer o?* England. The heroine of yesterday's proceedings is but fourteen years old, of slim make and diminutive stature. The object was to decide a wager j of?60tp.?40 laid against her by Mr. Baylis, the money being deposited with Heir s Life. The event crented a great deal of excite ment, and all along the route the progress ?f the swimmer was watched by excited crowds on the wharfs ?nd barges. In ad dition to tho London Steamboat Com pany's Volunteer, a private steam...

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. — 2 October 1875

A VERITABLE MTTLE DUC fe. Ml** ?icofcwitii'? ?"iv?? .m?e?? Swim rrom London UH?IBO to Oreenwlob. .V young girl hamed Agnes Alice Beck with, daughter "bf the professor of swim ming at Lambeth baths, yesterday ac eomplished t IK* difficult feat of swimming from London Bridgeto Greenwich; The distance is rather more than five unies, and the limo was remarkably fast-namely lh 7m. hr?s. Mr. Beckwith has been con nected with the. Lambeth baths for nearly a quarter of a century, and for fourteen years held the proud position of champion swimmer of England. The heroine ot yesterday's proceedings is hut fourteen years old. (if slim make and diminutive stature. The object was to decide ? wager of?("?0tpC40 laid against her by Mr. Baylis, i he money being deposited with Belfa Life. The event created a great deal of excite ment, mid all along the route the progress ef thc swimmer was watched hy excited crowds on the wharfs and barges. In ad dition to the London Steamboat Com pany's Volunteer, a...

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. — 9 October 1875

n TTIZEN. A. WEBSTER, Editor and Proprietor. " T?:LTJME I. A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literature and Politics. 0RANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1875. NUMBER 32. Tili: (il I.F STD ICM. llt'Vttnf itt lim In Toxi?? Wlnil :iml ??':?,lor -?.':.l\?"?lon nt Hiv *il?**rf*ji ol' lite .Son tl il,.? ol .SlI'l-olH I. ; > i< i ?V-tolO ill tile lOllll Of III?* I'ol ol I'liiocl-?Un?? : iciii.i i?.I mill lil li rt-i i |<| i HUN 4'ai'i'it'it 1*1*11111 Tlit'ii' lunn Oaf iou*. Itlir.Tlnu I'nrl.i Unman ItrtuifN in I Iii" ?'onciiil ICnin. NowOrlciiu-i S|HVI:I1 In ('hi<-ni;n Timen. Knill) passengers who arri ved from Gal veston to-night tlu? most harrowing ac counts of tito clarets nf the cyclone were gathered, ns ii is estimated that some for ty live? were lust ami near i2*?i* houses were swept away hy thc Hood, which cov ered the city for fully two days, besides others made untenantable by the losing of* their foundations hy the water. The scene between the hours o...

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. — 9 October 1875

CITIZEN E. A. WEBSTER. Editor and Proprietor. A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literatur? and Politiea. VOLUME II. ? NUMBER 9. TUB UULF STOH.,1. Devnntnt lull in Tn:m tty Vt'i ntl anti Witter -Callt'Mtin Itt tile .licrc> <>r tilt' .Sen - .nilen ?if SleeelM i.ai.l Wanto lit tit?* pal I? ?>f lite ?'nlal l-'tooil-One ss muli t d anti ?"!: ty ItllilllltlKM < in rli'd irwin l lu ir Fonn ?IntloMK, Huit 1ML- liiii, Iluinaii Hellion In lite t.onoral Itala. KewOrleaitH Special in Chicago Times. From passengers who arrived from Gal veston to-night thc iiu^st harrowing ac counts of the effects of thc cyclone were gathered, as it is estimated that sane for ty lives were lost and near 200 houses were swept away by the flood, which cov ered thc city for fully two days, besides others made untenantable by the losing of their foundations by the "water. The scene between thc hours of 12, mid night, on Thursday, and 4 o'clock on Friday morning, witnessed TUE MOST FEARFUL SCENES in...

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. — 9 October 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. PUBLISHED AT OR AN CEBU RC, S. Ci X. A. WEBSTER, - - - Editor. A. WEBSTER, PUBLISHER. MB_I_J-'.l_ . - GnnCOPT, OHE YEAR, - - - ?2.00 Invariably in Advance. And I will come near to vor to judgement; and I wilt bo a swill witness against tliu sorcer er*, and against thc adulterers, and against tylse swearers, and against those thal op press the hireling in tiis wages, thu Widow and thc fatherless, and ttiat turn aside Hie stranger front his right, and fear not me, saith thu Lord of Hosts.-MALACHI, lil, 5. NOTICE. We aro not responsible for thc.views of our Correspondents. Advertisements to be. inserted in Hie CITIZEN taust bo received by Thursday evening. Advertisements inserted nt One. Dollar per Inch, for the llrst insertion. Further terms eau bo hud on application to thc Editor or Publisher. Communications on matters of Stnte or Local Interest, respectfully solicited. All orders for Job Printing left at this oHlcc Will receive prompt attention. Agonts and Correspo...

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. — 9 October 1875

THE FREE G9TSZEM. PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBURC, S. C. E, A. WEBSTER, - - - Editor, j A. WE li STE li. PUBLISHER. WHBC! JJ ". ! Tl?Jt?.3l!-i : OK? Corr, OSE TEAK, - - - $2.00 Invariably in Advance. J- '-'-- i Anrt I will come near to you lo judgement; and I witt bc a swill witness against Itu; sorccr- j ers, arni Rgnipst thu adulterers, ami against Cslec swearers, ami against tlioso thal op j press the hireling in his Wilges, tlie widow | mut the fatherless, and Unit turu aside the ru runner from his right, amt lear nut nie, i saith the Lord ol' Hosts.-.MAI..vein, ill, r>. | NOTICE. Wo aro not responsable for tho views c f our Correspondents. Advertisements to lio inserted in thc; CITIZEN must he received Ly Thursday evening. Advertisements inserted at One. Hollar per Inch, for tho first insertion. K?rllier terms can bo hud on application io the Editor or Publisher. Communications on malters of Slate or Local Interest, respectfully solicited. All orders for Joh Printing loll at this of...

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. — 9 October 1875

" THE FREE CITIZEN. PUBLISHED SATURDAY, OCT. 9, 1875. City Directory. CITY OFFICERS. MA YOU, - - George Bollver. CLERK. - TREASURER, - - _ , ? : , ", I ALDERMEN,-Janies. F. Izlar, John M. Thompson, J. W. Cannon, J. W. j Moseley. POSTMASTER, - - - A. Webster. CHURCHES. 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, ?nd evening. 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. N...

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. — 9 October 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN, j PUBLISH EU SATURDAY, OCT. 9, 1S75. City Diroetory -? CITV OFFICERS. MATOK, - - George Bpliver. CUCRK, - TttKASOHEB, - - ! ALUKHMKN,-James. F. mar, John M. Thompson, J. \V. Cannon, J. W. Moseley. POSTMASTER - - - A. Wehster. CHU KC II ES. j METHODIST Ei'iscoi'Af.Ciiuucii-Rev 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, ?nd evening. 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. IJUTUEKAKCIIUKCU.-Kev.Mr. Hough, /?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...

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. — 9 October 1875

Tilt: CA KAJUSE O*' TBA ll?. IHKMCIIIC Civ. . ..I Tears, trilh brunchi* low, \".i hiller leaves Ute w.vplii;: willi.w.s a?! n". hm irhi* str.-itn lik.. i.lislu vfltil hair ... r.n-n in lin--a-lnr-s ii ile-pair. Iii ...Hs i ho M roam willi :i |-i -|>vtlitil Sigh ; I h ; rooks IIIIKIII Miiily 11 l,?"-?'?."}' ; I.I i uni wnimwoo I I-.ni.-I all lin- str.tllil, Alni hot u llowor adoras Un- .In ai y lum!. 'I h ti (nines a oiiihl. wi.iaoe is lik<- lin- MIII, \ni i!i|?s lin- vj.ii y w?ilors :i- I hoy run. Ami wtili-i.sall iii" n-/i"ii. timi K-lml-l ^ ^ IVli-'-iv full I'? . tears ?i.V.. tin- i.:i|i;xiM's \, - ?.th,. -.::.,..::! is l.t'r.:lil with ?ri inlsliip .t.-iv. - I ll I. - :l . ' 1 -I ? :l ll- . until ?otilen -innis hy whioli il Hows, .oi in Hin: .\ua<ll-o?.t' Tears roiui.i-. ,,.". ev? rv in-.-.: rejoins i?- l;i;i>lre?i hitit! : ii-, iii a' liintf oliilntlio thal .i?' may pai l, tilliilmeiit timi- .'i.-iiv: ami tint! l iir sion. .. :n !.'.- .;.< it wet ki's h..poy . vont...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 9 October 1875

WIK PAILUHWE Pf TK.%K*. IlesldeUib River o? Tear?, ? 111. branches low, Viid bitter lea ves i h<> weeping willows gr. ov ; Niebra iches stream liku tho disheveled hair Ol ?rciuculii ihesadnessof despnir, i" r,<i!s tiic ist ream willi a perpetual sigh; Tim rocks moan kully ns il passes hy ; Hvss)|>aiiil wormw.I iHirdernll Hie st rana, Amino! o Bower adoras the dreary land. 'I ii incomes n eliild, whose fueo is Uko the sun, Vinl lill? tl?' gloomy waters ns they run, And itateisall Hui reston, mid Itehold Tliuground Ls brigit! .willi hlos.s.)i?:a ni.niifold. Whew fall Hu' tears o? love the roso up]tears, Ami where tho ground ;?- bright with friendship ? u-ars,. ?^..t-iue-iiot J and violets ol heavenly hine, glittering with t hs cheerful drops like dew. Tho > otis oi mourners, all wle.se tears aie dried, ...ian?, com? [t?am?K gentle down ilia lido, Walk tip thegolden -ands hy ?viiit'll il Hows, Aird lil lli?l i'.ir-idi oof Tears reiKise. ; M i von liv::;-: rojoitis itt ki...

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. — 16 October 1875

y A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literatura and Politico. NUMBER 10. TIMELY TOPICS. THK clay pits'mcar New Brunswick, N."J.,yield annually sumo 235,000 lons of clay, worth over ?1,000,000. Tm: Phoenix Cotton Factory, near Baltimore, on thc Northern Central Rail way, ivas sold' tinder the hammer, last week, for $95,000. Besides the mill proper, thc sale included machinery, tene ment ami storehouses, and loll j acres of ground* i ~? THE British Arctic expedition will winter nt a point only 450 geographical miles from thc north pole, and the explo rers expect to start upon their important mission in April. All that science and experience can suggest has been done to make this expedition ti success. RxPJ?ltlMKNT? prove that coffee can be raised in every portion ol'California where the soil is congenial. California plants produce twenty-two shoots,* while those of Europe produce hut one. The Cali fornia soil is believed to be more favor able, as, unlike those of European coun trie...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 16 October 1875

S. A. WEBSTER. Editor and Proprietor. VOLUME IT. ORANGEB?RG. SOUTH CAROLINA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER Ki, 1875. A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literatur? and Politi? NUMBER 10, TIMELY TOPICS. THK clay pits mar New Brunswick, N. J., yield annually wine 2.1."),duo uins ol'clay, worth over $1,000,000. Tm: Phoenix Cotton Factory, near Baltimore, on the Northern Central Bail way, was sold" ninler the hammer, last week, l'or sic?.uno. Besides the mill proper, the sale included machinery, tene ment and storehouses, and 1M(> { acres of ground. Tnt". British Airlie expedition will winier at a point only loll geographical miles from the north pole, and the explo rers expect to start upon their important mission in April. All that, science and experience can suggest has been done to make this expedition a success. RXi'EKl.MKNTfi prove that codee can he raised iii every positon of California where the soil is congenial. California plants produce twenty-two shoots, whiie those td' Europe prod...

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. — 16 October 1875

VOLUME ?T. O RANGEBUK G. SOUTH CAROLINA. SATURDAY, ( )( 'TOBEH Mi, 1875; NUMBER 10. TI MELY TO IM CS. Tm: flay pits m ar New Brunswick, X. yii'lil annually some 'J"."' OOO loris of clay, worth over'"fl-..',noo. Till: Phoenix Cotton Paetory. near Bait inn no. on thc Northern (Central Kail way, wa- sold nuder thc himmler, lari week, fur >"."..MUM. Resides tb,, mill proper, lin- sa?n included machinery, leuo iiient and storehouses, and l'a*>' acres of crou nd. TIIK British Antie expedition will winier ai a point only |r>n geographical miles !r>>in the north (Mile, and thc explo rers ex j?cct i" -lari upon their important mission in A ]?i ii. All that science arid experience eau siiggesl lias liceri done to make this expedition a success. KN rt r.i MI A rs prove that cotice can bc raised in every port ion oft 'ali (bruin w herc the soil is congenial, t'alifornia plants produce twenty-two shoots, white those pf Europe produce but one. The (,'ali tbrnia soil is believed to ...

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