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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 13 November 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. PUBLISHED SATURDAY, NOV. 13, 1875. City Bireotory. ? CITY OFFICERS. MAYOR. - - George Bolivcr. CLERK, - " . TREASURER, - - ALDKKMKH,-James. P. Izlar, John M. Thompson, J. W. Cannon, J. W. Moseley. . ... , . POSTHASTEU, - - - A. ? ouster. CHURCHES. METHODIST EPISCOPALCHURCH-Rev Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, morn-j ing, afternoon and evening. BAPTIST.-Rev. Mr. ?Norris, pastor. Services, lirst Sunday evening, and Musi, second and fourth Sundays, morning, and even i n jr. METHODIST (south).-Rev. Mr. Cam pbell, pascor. Services morning and everting. Sunday-school, 9 A. M. PRESBYTERIAN.-Rev. Mr. Ti rown evangelist. Services, niorninir and after-1 noon. Sunday-school, 9 1-2 A. M. EPISCOPAL.-First and third Sundays. Vlorning and afternoon. LUTHERAN CHURCH.-Rev. Mr. Hough, pastor. Services, morning 10 1-2. even ing at 7 o'clock. The passenger trains on the S. C. R. R., on and after Monday next, will ] pass through Orangeburg as follows Day from Columbia, 11.30 a. m. Da...

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. — 13 November 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. PUBLI8UEU SATURDAY, NOV..13, 1875. City ?Mi-eotoa-y. * cnX'OFKiCERS.. M?Y?E, - - George Bolivcr. CLERK, - , TREASURER, - - ALi>KRMKN-James. F-. Tzlar, John M. ? Thompson, J. W. Cannon, J. W. Moseley. POSTMASTER, - - - A. webster. CHURCHES. METHODIST EFISCOPALCHURCH-Rev Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, mor li ing, afternoon and evening. BAPTIST:-l??v. Mr.?Norris, pastor. Services, first Sunday evening, and the? second and fourth Sundays, morning, and evening. METHODIST (south).-Rev. Mr. Cam pbell, pastor. Services morning and evening. Sunday-school, 9 A. M. PRESBYTERIAN.-Kev. Mr. "B rown evangelist. Services, morning and after noon. Sunday-school, 9 1-2 A. M. EPISCOPAL.-First and third Sundays. Vloridug and afternoon. LUTHERAN CHURCH.-Rev. Mr. Hough, pastor. Services, morning 10 1-2, even lug at 7 o'clock. . The passenger trains on thc S. C. R. H., on and after Monday next, will pasB through Orangeburg as follows : Day from Columbia, 31.30 a. m. Day, from Charl...

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. — 13 November 1875

INCENSE OF FLOWERS, This rilli abundance ot the I OJO, ils breath. On which I almost think my soul could live: This sweet amluoslii, which even in death Its leaves hold on to gue, Whence ls it ? Knmi dunk earth or scentless air ? Or fruin thc inner rand naries of heaven? "We nrol-e thc branch,the root-no Incense there - () ??(?I, ? ?lenee is it given '.' sit!lie essence of the morning dew, Or distillation of n purer sphere, l'lic breath of the immortals anning through To us Immortals here? Exquisite mystery, my heart devours The living Inspiration, and 1 know Sweet revelations willi the breath of Howers Into our licings How. . -??OBXKT LEIOHTON. British Agricultural Statistics. Thc agricultural returns for Great Britain for the current year have just been published, anti show the following result in acres, as compared with the three previous years: 1872. 1873. 1874. 187.r>. Wheat. .3,598,957 3,490,380 3,030,300 3,342,388 Ut.rlcv...2,316,332 2,335,913 2,287,987 2,509,598 Oats..' ....

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. — 13 November 1875

INCENSE OF FLOWERS. This rich Rliumlaiiro of thc rosci l?rca?.'.? On which I alni??! think my soul emita live: This .sweet nintuoslii. which even III ilcath Its leaves li<?l<i o? io (Jive, Whence ls il T Kr?hi dunk earth or scentless air ? Or fr?iu the Inner sanctuaries of heaven? >,V,. proU' thc liiaiu'li.tln' root-no incense there II iioii, whence is it given '.' -HtMc essence of Ihe morning ?lew, Or ili-tilliilion of ll purer sphere, flie breath ol' the hiimnrliits coining through To II? i inmortals here V Exquisite mystery, my henri devours Thc liviRg'lnsiiiniliiiii, ami 1 know Sweet revelations with the Inrath of Hewer* lalo our Imillas How. -HoDKirr LEIGHTON. Ilritisli Agricultural Statistics. Thc agricultural returns for Great Britain for the current year have just lieen published:, anti show the following result in aeres, as comparec? with the til ree previous years: 1S72. isr:t. 1874. 1875 Wheal.,.3,59S,957 3,490,380 3,t?:'o,:MH> 3,342,388 Barley...2,310,332 2,3...

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. — 13 November 1875

INCENSE OF FLOWERS, This vi.-li nlmndanie <.! il?1 '.>><.. ?ls Uvatli. du ? lilil? I almost tlilMk my -"'I rtmM live: 'I'liis -wwi iimliioslii, ? hi. li ?veli III death Hs leaves hold <"' U?"-. W henee IS il ? Knini 'lank earth "i.ntl. " nil Or irwin il"' inn.i- wuiet naries ol heaven? WV orel*' iii.' Iirlineh.the root-lin ll? >-ii-i there 111 I.?I, ? h.'ii..' is it given '! .jilli?, oven..i tlu> morning ?low, i lr distillation oi ii |?urer splieus rho breath . .! tho immortals .???niinj; through Tn ii~ Immortals hero '.' Kxiihisiio mvilory, my heart devours 'i'lio liviii|!*iii>|iirall?iii, and I know Sn. .1 ri'volaiions with the tircalh >.i Uowor.? lin., .mr lu-iii^;- How. - ItOIIKKT I.Kl..11 loN. Iti'Hisli Agricultural Statistics. The agricultural returns air threat Britain for tin- current year have just in en published, and show the following result in acres, as compared with the three previous years: 1872. 187a. 1874. Is7.*i. Wheat...:i,.v.ts,ji.:i7 :...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 20 November 1875

1 -i' Tr wir ?ZJJO JD. A. WEBSTER. Editor and Proprietor. A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literature and Politisa - VOLUM K ri. ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER '20, IS75. NUMBER I ). TIMELY TOriCS. Tin. '."ronlilian's Hank al Washington has commenced paying l?i depositors thc twenty P"r iiiii. dividend decided nil sonic weeks agi._ C? KS; < i AI: Kl KM) says that lie intends tu move a repeal of the law increasing the postage upon newspapers as soon lis con gress assembles. RUSSIA'S part in our exhibition next year may he comparatively small, hut it will he interesting all iii?- same, lt will consist ul' products which cammi he du plicated hy any other country, Ihr they an- tu bi.nfiiicd t<> those which are pe culiar tu her soil aiel climate. 'I'llliv have recently had the seventh annual eil show in the Crystal I'a lace; London. The highest priced eat was val ued by its owner al i?i 1.000. bul it didn't -jet the first prize. "Tommy I>odd,"ngod nine ye...

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. — 20 November 1875

. 0 r, EN. JD. A. WEBSTER. Editor and Proprietor. VOLUME Ti. A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literature and Politic. ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1875. NUMBER TIMELY TOPICS. Ti IK freedman's Hank ?il Washington I lins commenced pay ?nj: to depositors the j twenty per cont, dividend decided on some weeks ?go. 1 Ci KN. C?ARFIKI.b says that ho intends to move a repeal of thc law incrcai*ing tho postage upon newspapers as soon as con gress as.-e.nd dos. RUSSIA'S part in our exhibition next year may he eainparativoly small, hut it will he interesting all t?ic same. IL will consist ut' products which cannot he du plicated hy any other country, Cor they ure to he conti nod to those which aro pe culiar to her soil ami climate. Til KY have recently had thc seventh annual cat show in tho Crystal Kalace, London. Thc highest priced cat was val ued hy its owner at $50,000. hilt itdidn't got thc first prize. "Tommy Dodd," aged nine years, valued at $?l)t> was thc wi...

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. — 20 November 1875

.. . ~~ E. A. WEBSTER. Editor and Proprietor. A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literature and Politise. VOLUME IL ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1S75. NUMBER 15. TIMELY TOPICS. TUB Freedman's Hunk at Washington has commenced paying \o depositors the twenty per cent, dividend decided on sonic weeks ago._ GEN. GARFIEI? says that lie intends to move a repeal of thc law increasing the postage upon newspapers as soon as con gress assembles. "*> RussrA's part in our exhibition next year m?y be camparatively small, but it will bc interesting all the ?une. It will consist of products which cannot be du plicated by any other country, for they are lo bc confined to those which are pe culiar to her soil and climate. Til KY have recently had the seventh annual cat show in the Crystal Palace, London. The highest priced cat was val ued by its owner at 850,000, hilt it didn't get the first prize. "Tommy Dodd," aged nine years, valued at ?">00 was thc win ner. There w...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 20 November 1875

iE I'U?LISHKJO-AT ORANGEBURG, S. C. E. A. WEBSTER, A. M. Editor. TERMS : ONE Cory, ONE YEAR, - - - ?2.00 Invariably in Advance. And I will conic near to you to judgement; mut I will bc a swift witness ngninst thu sorcer ers, am) against the adult?rer.-, and against false swearers, and against those that op press tho hireling In I?H wages, thc widow I ami thc fatherless, and that turn aside the 1 stranger from Ins right, and fear not me,1 Buith the Lord of Hosts.-MA LAC III, III, 5. NOTICE. Vfo.aro. not responsible for thc views of our Correspondents. Advertisements to tic inserted in thc CITIZEN I must bo received by Thursday evening. Advertisements inserted nt OnoJIollar per inch, for tho first insertion. Further terms can Toe lindon upplicntion to thc Editor or Publisher. Communications on matters of Stato or Local interest, respectfully solicited. Ail orders for Job Printing left nt this of?lcc will receive prompt attention, Agents nnd Correspondents wanted in all Towns of tho Co...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 20 November 1875

THE FREE GtTIZEN. PCIM.ISIIlvU AT ORAN CEBU RC, S. C. E. A. WEBSTER, A. JJf. Editor. OKS Corr, ONE YEAH, - - - s 2.00 Invariably in Advance. And I will cunio near ti? yon to Judgement; ?md I will bo a swill witness against Hie sorcer ers, and against Hie adulterers, und against i false swearers, und against those Unit op press tho hireling in Iiis wages, Hiv willow ami tho fatherless, and th.'.t turn aside tho stranger from his right, mid lear not me, i-aith the Lord ol' Hosts.-MALACHI, I II, 0. i NOTICE. Wc aro not responsible For thu views cf our Correspondents. Advertisements to bo inserted in thc ClTl/.KN must be received by Thursday evening. Advertisements inserted at One Dollar per inch, for tho first insertion. Flintier lei ins can be had on application to tho Editor or Publisher. Communications on matters of State or Local Interest, respectfully solicited. All orders for Job Printing loft at thia oil!ce will receive prompt attention. Agents and Correspondents wanted in all T...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 20 November 1875

THE FREE CITIZtH. rLKf.ISIIIU? AT ORANGEBURG, S. C. E. A. WEBSTER, A. M. Editor. ?XB Corr, ONE Y KAU, - - - S ?2.00 Invariably in Advance. And 1 will com?! near to yo? to judgement: mid I will bi! ti -will ll'illii- against ll?' sorcer ers, ami against iii'- adulterers, ?mil again.' '. false swearers, mut again-t Unisu ll,at np pruHS tim hireling in bis wages, ihe wittow ainl llic latln-i 1>-. :in>l tb.>i lom aside tin- , stranger from Isis righi, aiel fear inti nie,' muli iliy Loni ol' Hosts.-MAI. VIII. Ut, j. NOTICE. Wo aro nr.i responsible for tho views ? t ntii j Correspondents. i Advertisement* to lie inserted in 11st? CTrr/XN miiHl bc received liy Tliursday evening. Advertisements inserted ?it One Dollar per Inch, for the lirsl insertion. Kiirther leims .??AH be lunion application to Hu- Ediloror Publisher. ComniiiiilcatioHs on mailers of Stute or Local Interest, respectfully sonrio-.I. All order- for .lob Printing lett .it this bfllee Will receive prompt attention. A...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 20 November 1875

? THE FEEE CITIZEN. |? ? PUBLISH ED 0 SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1S75. 0 City Directory- c CITY" OFFICERS. MATOU, - - George BoUvcr. a .CLERK, - I s TREASURER, ALDERMEN,-James. F. Tzlar, John M. \v Thompson, J. \V. Cannon, J. VV. t Moseley. g POSTMASTER, - - - A. Webster. -___- g CI ir UGH ES. t METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH-Rev Thomas Phillips,pastor. Services,morn ing, afternoon and evening. 1 BAPTIST.-Rev. Mr. Norris, pastor. 1 Services, first Sunday evening, and the s second and fourth Sundays, morning, and evening. f METHODIST (south).-Rev. Mr. Gani- g pbell, pastor. Services morning ?.and . evening. Sunda}--school, 9 A. M. PRESBYTERIAN.-Rev. Mr. Brown c evangelist. Services, morning and after- c noon. Sunday-school, 9 1-2 A. M. . EPISCOPAL.-First and third Sundays. Morning and afternoon. c LUTHERAN Cu uncu.-Rev.Mr. Hough, * ??astor. Service?, morning 10 1-2, even c ag at 7 o'clock. The passenger trains on thc S. C. = R. lt., on and after Monday next, will s pass through Orangeburg as fol...

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. — 20 November 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN", SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1S75. City Dircotorj'. CITY OFFICIOUS. MAYOR, - - George BoUvcr. : OLKRK, - TREASURER, - - I A i.Di it M KN,-J ?unes. F. Izlar, John M. : Thompson, J. W. Cannon, J- W. I Moseley. POSTMASTER, - A. Webster. CHUKCHI'S. METHODIST EI*?SCOF?I. CHURCH-Rev Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, mot li ing, afternoon anti evening. BAPTIST.-Kev. Mr. Norris, pastor. Services, first Sunday evening, and the second and fourth Sundays, morning, and evening. METMOIUST (south).-Rev. Mr. Cam pbell, pastor. Service? morning ?.and evening. Sum'.ay-school, !) A. M. PRESBYTERIAN.-Rev. Mr. I? rown evangelist. Services, morning and after noon. Sunday-school, 9 1-2 A. M. EPISCOFAI..-First and third Sundays. Morning and afternoon. LUTHERAN CHURCH.-Rev.Mr. Hough, f?astor. Service*, morning IO 1-2, even Hg at 7 o'clock. The passenger trains on the S. C. Ii. lt., on and after Monday next, will pass through Orangcburg as follows : Day from Columbia, 11.30 a. ni. Day, from Charle...

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. — 20 November 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN, ..UOI.ISHKl) SATURDAY, NOV. 21), IS71. City Dirootory. CITY OFFICERS. MAYOR, - - George lioliv?r. X 'I.KKK, - TREASURER, ALOKUMKN. -James. P. Tzlar, John M. Thompson, J. W. Cannon, J. \V. Moseley. POSTMASTER, - - - A. Webster. CIIUUCIIKS. METHODIST KlMSCOl'AI.CllUKCII-Rev Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, mot li ing, afternoon ano! evening. P.Al'Tisr. - Rev. .Mr. Norris, pastor. | Service?, ll rs i Sunday evening, and the second ami fourth Sundays, morning, and evening. METHODIST (south).-Rev. .Mr. Cam pbell, pastor. Services morning _and evening. Sunday-school, SJ A.M. PRESItTTKIt? A.N.-1*CV. Mr. lt row ll evangelist. Sort iee-, morning and after noon. Sunday-school, n 1-2 A.M. Ei'iscoFAI..-first am', third Sunday-.; Morning ami afternoon. LUTH tin A s CHU ttcii.-RCV? Mr. Hough, pastor. Service*, morning 10 1-2, even lng at 7 o'clock. The passenger trains on thc S. C. ll. lt.,on and after Monday next, will pass through Orangcburg as follows: Day from Columbia, 11...

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. — 20 November 1875

A DK AI? MAN. Ii was just before thc opening <>?' fin railway from Taganrog lo Kharkof in 18(58, that I was' driving those dreary distances in autumn. For the first two days and nights thc weather was lovely, hut on the third (thorning, soon idler sun rise, the sky became covered with heavy, torn and jagged clouds, a northerly wind arose, mid with thunder, lightning, odd .rah-, and snow, tin- winter hurst on us as it vearlv breaks on southern Russia. In hall* an' hour the rich, black, rolling plains bad become an ocean of inky mud, and we reached thc post station of Doiiski only to lind the order: "Impos sible lo proceed." 1 called for tea, and the samovar was brought in by a tine, upright, gray bearded man. whom, from his black vel vet tunic and slashed sleeves. I took to he thc postmaster himself. He was fol lowed into the room by a noble-looking Cossack woman of bis own age. wdio said: " Little husband, why don't you ask the loni if he will eat a paltridge ami a bit ol brea...

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. — 20 November 1875

A DEAD MAKg It was just before tbc opening of the railway from Taganrog lo Kharkof in 1808, "that I was driving those dreary distaness in autumn. For the first two days and nights thc weather was lovely, hut on the thirdimorning, soon after sun rise, the sky became covered with heavy, torn and jagged clouds, a northerly wind arose, and with thunder, lightning, cold gale, and snow, the wilder burst on us as it vearly breaks on southern Russia. In half an* hour tlie rich, black, rolling plains had become an ocean of inky mud, and we readied ihc. post station of Donski only io ?iud tim order: " impos sible to proceed." I called for tea, ami the samovar was brought in by a fine, upright, gray bearded man, whom, front his black vel vet tunic and ?lashed sleeves, I took t< lie thc postmaster himself. Ile was lol lowed into thc room by a uoblc-lookini Cossack woman of his own age. who said " Little husband, why don't you ask tin loni if he will eal a partridge anti a bi of broad? The ku...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 4 December 1875

E. A. WEBSTER. Editor and Proprietor. A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literature and Polities. j . . - XR> ? _,_. ." ...... ... , ..V-l_ VOLUME IL ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1875. NUMBER 17. TIMELY TOPICS. Gu inonu's remains have been laid away in the grave, after all, unattended by rioting or,disorder of any kind. Tine Spanish government bas opened a competition for composers of a national air. Can it be possible that all this time .Spain luis been without a national air? No wonder it is constantly in a slate of distraction. What would this country have been without Yankee Doodle? THE newly arrived daughter of the duchess of Edinburgh increases Queen Victoria's tally of grandchildren to twenty-seven, twenty-four of whom are still alive, and that of her total living progeny to thirty-three, including three unmarried children and the Princess Louise, who is married, but without family. _ WHEN you grumble at hard times and crippled industries, just cast...

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. — 4 December 1875

Jl. .ililli I -'- ?????? MM^jr- 1 ----? . |M-1-IT Tl-TITITMMIM III.Ill IIMIIlM ll?lllllMMB ll.I ll ???lilli I -MM THE FREE CITIZEN. E. A. WEBSTER, Editor and Proprietor. A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literature and Polities. VOLUME IL ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1875. NUMBER 17. TIM:ELY TOPICS. (i MI nomi's romains hsive hoon laid away in tho gravo, ailor all, unattended by rioting or.diwmlcr of ?ny kind. THE Spanish government has opened a competition for cbuij[iuseni of a national air. Can it ho possible that all this tillie Spain has hoon without a national air? No wonder it is constantly in a slate of distraction. What would this country have hoon without Yankee Doodle? Till', newly arrived daughter of the duchess of Kdinhtirgh increases (?neen Victoria's tally ol grandchildren to twenty-seven, twenty-lour bf whom arc still alive, and that of her total living progeny to thirty-three, including three unmarried children and thc Princess Louise, who is...

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. — 4 December 1875

_I_ mn i II ?.? III.illillinna.-? !?? -- ?-in- i -------.---j--. " w _ THE. FREE CITIZEN. E. A. WEBSTER. UUlitor ami Proprietor. A Weekly Paper Devoted to Tempor?neo, Literature and Politics. VOLUME IL ORANGERURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1875. NUMBER 17 TIMELY TOPSCS. ( ? lilliomi's. reniai tis have linn hud siway in the grave, sifter all. unattended by rioting ur disorder nf any h ind. Tin: Spanish government has opened a competition fm- conijHisers ul' a national air. ("an il lu- | M issi ble that all this time Spain has bren without a national air .' Nu wonder it is constantly in a state of distraction. What would ibis country have l'i i'ii without Yanki e Doodle? Tin: newly arrived daughter of the duchess nf Ldiuburgh increases <>iiceii Victoria's tally ul grandchildren tn twenty-seven, twenty-finir ul' whom are still alive, and thal ul' her (ulai living piugcny tn thirty-three, including three unmarried children and tin- Princess Louise, wini is married, hut...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 4 December 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. rUULISlIKD AT OR AN CEBU RC, S. C. E. A. WEBSTER, A. M- -Editor. ?XB COPY, ONE YKAK, - - - $2.00 Invariably in Adoance. Ai;i I will come near to you to Judgement; und 1 will bo 11 swill witness against Hie sorcer ers, and against thc adulterers, and against false swearers, ami against those thal <>p press the hireling in his wages, the widow and thc fatherless, and that turn aside tho stranger from his right, lind lear not me, i saith thc hurd of Hosts.-MALACHI, 111, 6. NOTICE. i"."c are not responsible for thc views cf our respondents, IdTortiscments to bc inserted in the ClTIZKN mn it be received by Thursday evening. advertisements inserted at One Dollar per ii i, for the llrst insei t'ion. Further tenus can . '.adoii application to the Editor or Publisher. i immunications on matters of State or Local rust, respectfully solicited. vii orders for Job Printing left nt this office will receive prompt attention. Agonts nnd Correspondents wanted in nil. I'u vns ...

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