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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 16 October 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN PUULISH,EI> AT OR AN CEBU RC, S. C. E.A. WEBSTER - - - Editor. OXB COPY, ONK YEAH, - - - $2.00 Inva ria Wy iii Advance. Ami I wilt Come near to von t? jinljrcnicnt; und I will bo ii swift witness ngninet tho sorcer er tt, nm! against the adulterers, ami again*! fctisc swearers, ami against those tina op press Hie hireling in lils wages, thu widow ?nfl Ure fatherless, ami that turn aside the dimiiKcr t'roai his right, timi t'ottr not mu, ?Kith tho Loni ol' Hosts.- -M AI,A,'in, 111, o. NOTICE. Weare not responsible for thc views cf our Corros po ruli'nts. Advertisements to he inserted in the CITIZEN must he received by Thursday evening. Advertisements inserted nt Ono Dollar per Inch, for Hie tlrst insertion. Further terms can bu had on application to thc Editor or Publishes. Communient ions on matters nf Stale or Local irrest, respectfully solicited. XII orders for Job Printing left at this office wUl rocclvo prompt attention. Agents ?nil Correspondents wanted in a...

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. — 16 October 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. PfULlStyaJ AT OR A NC CSU RC, 8. C. JS. A. WJSB?J?EH, - - - Editor. TERMS : OKB Corr, ONK YEA.UJ - - - $2.00 JneariaWy tit Advance. .rn_ Azul I wilt como nen. to you to Judgement; nnd I will bo a swift witness against tho sorcer er?, nnd against thc ndulteren-, and againnt feil KC swearer*, mid against those thnt op press ino hireling In his wages, tho willow anti Ure fatherless, and that turn aside ihe ."tranter from his right, and fear not mu, saith, tho Loni of Hosts.-MALACHI, 111, G. NOTICE. We aro not responsible for tho views of our Correspondents. Advertisements to he insertad in thc CITIZEN must bc received by Thursday evening. Advertisements Inserted nt One Dollar per Inch, for the first insertion. Further terms can bo had. on application to tho Editor or Publishes;. Communications on mnttor* of State or Local interest, respectfully solicited. XII orders for Job Printing left at this office will receive prompt attention. Agottts and Correspondents wanted i...

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. — 16 October 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. - PUBLISHED AT QR AN CEBU RC, S. C. ?. A. VPBfiS.TER, - - - Editor. TERMS t OKB COPT, OKK XEAUJ - - ~ $2.00 Tnvarmbty in Advance. And I wlH come near to yea to Judgement; nnd I will bo a swift witness, ngnlnst tho sorcer er?, ;onl against tho adulterers, and nguiu tit foin? swearers, anil ngnlnst those thnt op press the hireling In hts wages, tho widow mnd tire Talherlexs, nnd that turn asido tho stranger from his right, nnd four not mo, saLUi ina Lord of Hosts.-MALACHI, in, c. NOTICE. We aro not responsible for tho vlows of our ?Correspondents, Adrertisenionts to ho Inserted In the CITIZEN must be received by Thursday evening. Advertisements Inserted at Ono Dollar por I Inch, fur tho first Insertion. Further terms can be had on application to tho Editor or Publishes. Communications on matters of State or Loca.1 interest, respectfully solicited. KU orrtnro for Job Printing lott at this offlee will receive prompt attention. Agenta-?nd Correspondents - wanted tai all...

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. — 16 October 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. PUBLI8HKU SATURDAY, OCT. 16, 1875. City Directory. CITY" OFFICERS. MATOR, - - George DoUvcr. CLERK. - - - - TREASURER, ALDERMEN,-James. F. Izlar, John M. Thompson, J. W. Cannon, J. W. j Moseley. POSTMASTER, - - - A. Webster. CHURCHES. 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, and evening. 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 Colum...

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. — 16 October 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. PUBLISHED SATURDAY, OCT. IS, ?875. City Directory. CITV OFFICE RB. MAYOR, - - George Bolivcr. CLERK. - TREASURER, ALDERMEN,-James. F. Izlar, John M. Thompson, J. \y. Cannon, J. W. Moseley. POSTMASTER, - - A. Webster. CHURCHES. METHODIST EFISCOPAI.CHURCH-Rev Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, moi ti ing, afternoon and evening. BAPTIST.-Rev. Mr. Norris, pastor. Services, first Sunday evening, and the ?econd and fourth Sundays, morning, ?nd evening. METHODIST (south).-Rev. Mr. Cam pbell, pastor. Services morning and ?vening. Sunday-school, 9 A. M. PRKSBTTRMAN.-Rev. Mr. B rown . evangelist. Services, morning and after noon. Sunday-school, 9 1-2 A. M. EPISCOPAL-First and third Sundays. Horning: and afternoon. LUTHERAN CHURCH.-Rev. Mr. Hough, ?astor. Services, morning 10 1-2, even lng at 7 o'clock. Thc passenger trains on the S. C. R. R. will pass through Orangeburg as follows : Day, from Charleston, 9.4.8 a. m. 44 from Columbia, 7.30 p. m. Night, from Columbia, 11.53 p....

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. — 16 October 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. ; PUBLISHED SATURDAY, OCT. 16, 1875. City Directory. i -- CVtr OFFICEBS. MATOU, - - George Boliver. CLERK, - ' TEKASURER, ALDER-SX,-Janies. P. !zlar, John M. . Thompson, J. W. Cannon, J. W. -Moseley. POSTMASTER, - - - A. Webster. . CHUnCHES. METHODIST EPISCOPAI.CHURCH-Rev Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, mot li ing, afternoon and evening. BAPTIST.-Rev. Mr. Norris, pastor. Services, first Sunday evening, and the ?econd and fourth Sundays, morning, Mid evening. METHODIST (south).-Rev. Mr. Can. .pbcll, pastor. Services morning and .evening. Sunday-school, 9 A. M. PRESBTTRRIAN.-Rev. Mr. B rown . evangelist. Services, morning and after noon. Sunday-school, 9 1-2 A. BI. EPISCOPAL.-First and third Sundays. Viorninfc and afternoon. LUTHERAN CHURCH.-Rev. Mr. Hough, castor, ? Services, morning 10 1-2, even lug at 7 o'clock. *--TT-,-? The passenger trains on the S. C. R. R. will pass through Orangeburg an follows : Day, from Charleston, 9.48 a. m. 44 from "Columbia, 7.30 p....

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. — 16 October 1875

FALL SEBUiN?. Lengthly and suggestive Mr. J. F. Keat - ing read a essay belbre the ?St, Louis Fann er's Club, at its Inst meeting, on the sub ject of fall -seeding. He said that in briuging before thc club the results of his practice and observation on the sub ject, o?' fall weeding, he would confute himself merriy. to those species pf vegeta tion most allied1 to the interests of the farmer, namely : CEREALS A xi* ?; KASSI'S*. - - There aro. two species of wheat, in cultivation, Tutiini Hybernum, or winter, and Tuti cum .EstiVum, or spring wheat. To the former of these wo shall con ti no our. at tention. Thc preparation ol' tlie soil for the reception of;the seed will very much d?pend upon the preceding erjop. In tho 'British Isles, whore the crops follow each other in systematic order, it usually Jollows a green crop. Very often, how ever, there, as here, it succeeds a clover erop. Tn this case, the land should be neatly -plowed to the depth of six or eight inches, the seed sown br...

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. — 16 October 1875

FALL SEBMN?. Lengthly and suggestive Mr. J. F. Rent- j ing read ? essay beiorc the StJ Loins Farm-1 er's Club, at ita last meeting, ?ni the sub- ' ?ect of fall seeding. He said that in bringing before Hie club the resid?s of his practice and observation on the sub ject of fall seeding, he would contine himself merely to those species of v?g?ta tion mos! allied* to ?he interests of the fanner, namely : ClJKKAl.S A .vi? ii?ASSFS%- I'it. rc are two species of wheal in cultivation, Ttttuin ITybornuni, or winter, ami Tiiti cuni .listiVum, or spring wheat, lp thc former of these wo. shall contine our at tention. The preparation ol' thc soil for thc reception ol'thc seed w ill very much depend upon the preceding crop, in the British Isles, when- thc crops follow each other in systematic order, il usually follows a green crop. Very often, how ever, thens as herc, it succeeds a clover crop. In this ease, the land should bc neatly plowed to thc depth of six or I eigitt inches, the seed sown b...

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. — 16 October 1875

KALL SEEI>?X?. Lciigihlyanti suggestive Mr. J. V. Keat ing roatlawsay toforethoSL Louis r'arin er'rt ('lui?, at it> last meeting. <>n tin- sub ject of fall seeding. He said that in Winging iK'Ibrc "lie ela!? the results ol' his practice and observ?t mit on the sub ject el' Kill seeding, lie would confine himself mendy t" I luve speen - <>?' vogota Iion most :illit-<lvtii 'li.- interests of tho tanner, namely : t i:i;i:.\i - ? SO ou.vssrs* There arc two spook's rn' wheal in cullivaljdn, Tulum livia mum. or winter, an?! Tuli- I cum .Iv-tivtun. or spring wheat. To thc j Ibrtner of these we sluill c??illino iitir ai tention. The preparation ?d'I he -"il for the reception of the seed will very iii itch j depend UIK?li ti"" preceding clop. Ill ?ll? j British Isles, where Mw crops follow each other in systematic order, ii usual!) billow-. :i green crop. Very nfl eu, h??w ever, thorin as here, il suoeeeds a clover erop. In tlii- ea--, ihe laud should he neatly plowed I"...

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. — 30 October 1875

^^^^^MMM,^W??MMM??^??*?^*"*M*M>^I?^???W?M'??M??????^ ?'l -I HM--?mi-??J'ffc,.?milli. MIHI.M?WI ? >M | .,".,,.,,.., E. A. WEBSTER. Editor and Proprietor. A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temp?ranos, literatura and Poliii??. _ _ ,. i _ _? VOLUME IL ORAN GEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, OCTOBEK 30, 1875. NUMBER 12. TIMELY TOPICS. Tili: compulsory school law in New Yorky which promised -<? much a: inc limo of it< enactment, lias already become a dead later. Out ??f lin l?.OOO children which were known in January lo lie tru ants, only SOO have beeil coin jud led to attend school, and theil' attendance lor six months has cost the city $14,000. It It lakes time to learn, but sooner orbiter people must learn that lhere are social wrongs which indirectly ailee! the stale that laws alone cannot cont roi. GA?.IOXAXI stat' -that the soundings for thc submarine tunnel between ling laud and France are being carried on actively. 'They are at this moment di rected to the part of the -traits n...

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. — 30 October 1875

3B. A. WEBSTER. Editor and Proprietor. A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literature and Polilia?. VOLUME II. ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1875. NUMBER 12. TIMELY TOPICS. THE compulsory school law in New York, which promised so much nt thc time of its enactment, lias already Itccomc a dead letter. Out of the 15,000 children which were known in January to be tru ants, only .'l?? have been compelled to attend school, and their attendance for six months has cost thc city $14,000. It lt lakes time to learn, but sooner or later people must learn that there are social Wrongs which indirectly affect the slate that laws alone cannot control. G?MGXAXI states that the soundings for the submarine tunnel between ling land and France arc being- carried on actively. They are at this moment di rected to thc part of the straits near the English coast, at a few miles from shore. Each evening the vessel which carries thc commission returns to Dover, Calais or Boulogne, and wor...

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. — 30 October 1875

st ? i E. A. WEBSTER. Editor and Proprietor. A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, litt?rature and Politik?. _s j? ' a ,-_ VOLUME II. ORANGEB?RG, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1875, NUMBER 12 TIMELY TOPICS. THE compulsory school law in New York, which promised so much nt the time of its enactment, has already become . - - a dead letter. Out of thc 10,000 children which were known in January to he tru . ant*, only 305 have, been compelled to ?A attend school, and their attendance for. six months has cost thc city ?14,000. It It takes time to learn, but sooner orbiter people must learn that there are social wrongs which indirectly aflect thc state that laws alune cannot control. GAMGXAXI states that thc soundings for-thc submarine tunnel bet ween Eng land and France are being- carried on actively. They are at this moment di rected to tho part of thc straits near the English coast, at a few miles from shore. Each evening the vessel which carries the * commission returns to Dove...

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. — 30 October 1875

rUBLISIlKI^AT ORANCEBURC, S. C. 33. A. WEBSTER, - - - Editor, TERMS : * . ?NB Corr, ONE YEAR;- - jk, - $ 2 00 Invariably th Advance. ^ ^ .And I will conic near to von to Judgement; ami I will bo a swill wiiucss against Uto Boroer- | ere, ami ngaln?t tltoTltUiUtsrori?, nm! again?" j false swearers, nn?l against those thal op press?ho blrellng in Iii? wa ires, the wj.low ' nnrt the fatherless, niel Unit lum asme tilt . Mrnngor IVoni Iii? right, nnd lear not .ne, Bnitii tho V>nl of Hosie.-NUI. Acm, 1,1, 1 NOTICE. Wc nrc not responsible for tho vic<vs el oV Correspondents. *. Advertisement? to lie liiBorlOtl in the C1T14SN j must h? received by Thursday evening. Advertisements inserted :it Oho hollar per Inch, for tlic first inso ?on. Varillan : in-; ?an j, be lindon application to tho V.ditoror Piilillalicr. ; Communications on matters qi'State or Local , interest, respectfully BolhJUctl, will T All orders for Joli Vri 111 lng left al thia office Ulrceclve prompt uttonllon, Agcnt...

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. — 30 October 1875

E miE ifiZlii rUBLISIJEO.AT OR AN CEBU RC, S. C. E. A. WEBSTER, - - - Editor ONB COPY, ONF. YEAK;- - >- - $-2 ou Invariably in Advance. M - .Ami I will come nour to you to Jmlireniciit; and ? I will bo II swill willies* nguiu*! Um Bore.er- t nr?,? anti ngainst thewlulteror-i, ??i! IW.?MS! fiilse swciynvs, lout ji^ainsl those Illili <.;> ' livest? tin- hireling In Iii" tviisea, ihc.wjuow ' nii'i tim fnthcrldsa. hml Hint lom nslilo itu stranger IVom iii? right, ?""I I???' np' jnoi , saith tho .Lord of Hosts.-??IAI.ACIII, III, ?>V j ? NOTICE. * I; Wo are not responsible for Hie views d' bnr j ( Corrcf pondonts. Advertisement* to 1><> Inserted i" Hie UlTtaKN I must bo receive ii by Thursday evening. Advertisementa inserted ?I Ono Pedlar : . Inch, for Hie first Inset timi. I'lirUier.li'! III? etui 11 belina on application to the l.ditoror ruyliihci. Communication* on mutter? qi* State or I .bi ill interest, ruspeet tully s?lWUed. All orders for J ?li Printing loll ut...

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. — 30 October 1875

HI FEIE Sf PUBLXSUKD,AT ORANCEBURC, S. C 3D. A. WEBSTER. - - - Editor TKKMS : ONE Corr, OM: Y KA II, - >- - $2.001 Invariably in Advance. .Ami 1 will r.tinit? near lo von lojink'c-.nei!!: ami I will ll? ll -w ill w illie-- :t-r-iii. I i!.meer- I .TH. anil against Hu- htluli?*ri*vj*? ?tul :i rain si fills?! swearers, ami against llw.-o ilsa} op press (Itu lihelimr In Iii-"1 wadi's, i?"' ?V,M?MV ' an<l Ut? l?illierle*?. ...t>'l Uta! lani ; -ii.- lite Mramrer lenin Ills rifflit, ami lr."1 ::. ' ino, Bnitlllhc Ken! ol' Most*.-."?J Al ?Ai III. I ll, f.; NOTICE. We arc lint responsible for thc views i I eur Correspondents. Advertisement-; lo l>e inserted i i Ult' ! JiTlW?V must be received by Tlntrs'lay I'venhij.' Advertisement ? inserted ?il ' :'>' Inch; for Ui? tirstinsottoii. lintis b?ltat?onaH>licaii?mlotl?el ?ubir-w In - et. Comntunlentton? ?ti mat.- >.>' -.'.' interest, respei-.Vully -eli-i". ?. All "Viler* :'.!. .'. l'fiiit?nR left :.. litis "Si1 will receiv...

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. — 30 October 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. PUBLISHED SATURDAY, OCT. 30, 187*5. c Oity .pivootoi-y. |t CITY OFFICERS, . v I \ MAYO?, - - George Bolivcr CLERK, - THKA8URER, ALDERMKN,-Junios. F. Izlar, John M. ! Thompson, J. W. Camion, J. W. Moseley. PoSTr \STEE, - - A. Webster. CHURCHES. METHODIST Eri8CorAr.CnuR.cn-Hov Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, mor li ing, afternoon and evening. BAPTIST.-Pe v. Mr. Norris, pastor. Services, first Sunday evening, and the second and fourth Sundays, morning, and evening. METRO HIST (south).-Kev. Mr, Cam ? pbell, pastor. Services morning and evening. Sunday-school, ?) A. M. PRESBYTERIAN.-Kev. Mr. 1; rowtt evangelist. Services, morning and after noon. Sunday-school, 5) 1-2 A. M. EriscorAr..-First and third Sundays. Morning and after noon. LUTHERAN CHURCH.-Kev. Mr. Hough, pastor. Services, morning 10 l-'2, even ing at 7 o'clock. The passenger trains on the S. C S. R. will pass through Orangebu rg I as follows : Day, from Charleston, 9.43 a. m. 11 " from Columbia, 7.30 p. m ...

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. — 30 October 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. I'UULISHED SATURDAY, OCT. 30, 187'), Oity IMveotor;-,". CITY OFFICERS, AIATOR, - - George Bolivcr. CLERK, - - - TREASURER, - - j ALDUUMKN - Janies. V. Tzhir. John M. : Thompson, .1. W. Cannon, .?. W. Moseley. POSTMASTER, - - - A. Wehster. | CHURCHES. METI?OIKST Ei*iscoi*Ai.CiiuRCn-"Rev i Thoren? Phillips, pastor. Services, morn ing, afternoon and evening. KAI'TIST.- liey. Mr. Norris, pastor. Services, lirst Sunday evening, and the I second und fourth Sundays, morning, and evening. METHODIST (south).-Rey' Mr. Cam pbell, pastor. Service? morning and evening. Sunday-school, 0 A. M. PRESUYTERIAN.-Kev. Mr. P, row II evangelist. Services, morning and after noon. Sunday-school, !> 1-2 A. M. EPISCOPAL.- First and third Sundays. Morning and afternoon. I/UTH ER AN CHURCH ?-11 ov .. M r. lt ough * pastor. Services, morning IO 1-.?, even ing at 7 o'clock. Thc passenger trains on tho S. C. S. Ii. will pass through Orangebu rg j as follows : Day, from Charleston, 9.48 a. m. "...

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. — 30 October 1875

_L_ THE FREE CITIZEN. l'LTULISIIKI' SATURDAY, OCT. IO, Wu City ijrii'i?e?o?'.v. CJTV OFKIOK.tS. MAYOK, - - George ?oliver. CLERK, - TREASURER, ALDERMEN,-Juntos. P. T/.lar. John M. Thompson, .). \V. Camion, J. W. Moseloy. POSTMASTER, - - - A. Webster. CHURCHES. METHODIST Erisupi'?i.Cii?ucu-l?ov Thorens I'hillips. pastor. Services, i not li ing, afternoon timi evening. BAPTIST.-Hov. Mr. Norris, pastor. Services, lirst Sunday evening, and ile second ami fourth Sundays, morning, and evening. METHODIST (south).- Kev. Mr. (.'am-j pbelh pastor. Service* morning .uni evening. Sunday-school^ 0 A. M. PUKSUYTKItlAN. -Kev. Mr. P, ri.WM 1 evangelist. Services, morning ami alter- ! hoon. Sunday-school, !> 1-2 A. M. l?l'ISC?l'AI..-First ;;n<l third Sundays. Morning ami afternoon. ; LUTilKKAXCmJUCH.-Ih'.V.Mr. Iii ll'. pastor. Services, 'morning lu 1-?, .-\.'! ing at 7 o'clock. Thc passenger trains or. Iii" tt, ( ? ll. II. will pass through Orangebiirg as follows : Day, fron; Charleston, ! . i...

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. — 30 October 1875

A PABT?'?. "Gc-od-hy, thon ! Ami ho turned away No other worri between thom Fpokou ; Yon hardly could have guessed that day How clo?? a'bond was broken. Thc fain!, slight tremor ol tho hand That clasped her own In that sad parting, Only her heart could understand', Who saw tho Jcar-drops starting Who felt a sudden Burge of doubt, * Como rushing hack unhidden u'er.hcr, As witli tho words lier lifo without Ills presence loomed before lier. Tho others saw, tho others heard -? A calm, cool man, a grrtcious'wotiiaii ; , A quiet, brief farewell, unstirred liv aught at nil uncommon* She knew n solemn die wai cast, She know that two paths now must sever > That one familiar step had passed Out of her life forever. To all tho rest it merely meant A trivial parting, lightly spoken " . .?he rend the bitter Slate intend . Sho knew-n heart was broken !*. HAUTOX GREY. % FARM AND PLANTATION -?TOPICS. -THE TROPICS OF HIGH FARMING. Large crops are not necessarily profit able. They may be made to c...

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. — 30 October 1875

A PABTI3?O. "tlrod-hy, thou ! And he ?.?rn?! nway No oilier won! between them spoken ; You huntly could hnve guessed that tiny How cloee a'bond was broken. Tho faint, slight tremor of the hand Thut clasped her own in that Bad parting. Only her heart could understand, AV ho saw the Jear-drops starting Who fell a sudden surge of doubt, (.'niuo rushing bark unbidden o'or'hcr, As with the words her life without His presence loomed before ber. The otliers saw, thc others beard -t A calm, cool man, a gracious woman ; A quiet, brief farewell, unstirred Uy aught at all uncommon. She knew a solemn die was cast, She knew that two path? now must sever : That one familiar Step had jKUssed Out of her life forever. To all the rest it merely meant A trivial parting, lightly spoken She read the bitter mule Intent, She latcw-a heart waa broken ^ ^ FARM AXD PLANTATION TOPICS. THE rilOFTTS OP IIIGII FABMIXG. Large crops are not necessarily profit able. They may be made to cost more than their" market ...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
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