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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 4 December 1875

?at^aBwWMiwiiiiiBB?MBaMi',wi?, M-II lim i.x-.so.it-ypa THE FREE CITIZEN. rUBLlSIIKD AT ORANCEBURC, S. C. E. A. WEBSTER, A. JU". -Editor. TJEKMS s ONB COPY, ONE YEAH, - - - ?2.00 Invariably in Advance. And I will come near to yon to judgement; nntl 1 will bo a swift witness against tho sorcor ors, and against thc adulterers, mut against false swearers, timi against thuso thitt.op j.i'??? ??I? nli'Oiitj? lit ???? iViiftCt, tiiC ?Vii.wW mu? the ftitlierlo.-s, nnii that turn neille Ute stranger from his right, nntl fear nut me, i saith the Loni of Hosts.-MALACHI, 111, 6. NOTICE. Wc are not rospouslblo for tho views i-f our C.Ol responden ts. Advertisements to bc inserted in Hie CITIZEN Must bo received by Thursday evening. Advertisements Inserted at Ono Dollar per Inutl'i for thu first insortimi. Further tarins cnn bt: had on application to thc Editor or Publisher. Communications on matters of Stato or Local interest, respectfully solicited. All on lorn for Job Printing left at this ofl...

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. — 4 December 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. l'UUMSHKU SATURDAY, DEC. 4, 1875. City IMveetoiry. CITY OFFICERS. MAYOR, - - George Bolfver. CLERK, - 'I'lii-ismtKii, ALDERMEN,-James. F. Izlar, John M. Thompson, J. W. Cannon, J. W.1 Moseley. POSTMASTER, - A. Webster. } CH U KCl I KS. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH-l?ev i Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, mol li ing, afternoon and evening. BAPTIST.-Rev. Mr. Norri-, pastor. Services. Iii it Sunday evening, and thc ecoud ?ind fourth Sundays, morning, nd evening. MKTMOIUST (south).-l?ev. Mr. Cam pbell, pastor. Services morning and evening. Sunday-school, i) A. M. I'RKSllYTERIAN.-Hov. Mr. 15 rown evangelist. Services, morning ami after noon. Sunday-school, U 1-2 A. M. EPISCOPAL.-First and third Sundays. Morning and afternoon. LUTHERAN CHURCH.--Kev.Mr. (Tough, /.astor. Services, morning 10 1-2, even ng at 7 o'clock. The passenger trains on the S. C. It. lt., on and after Monday next, will pass through Orangcburg as follows : Day from Columbia, 11.30 a. m. Day, from Charle...

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. — 4 December 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. PUBLISHED SATURDAY, DEC. 4, 1875. City Directory. CITY OFFICERS. MAYOR, - - George Bolivcr. CLERK, - - - - TREASURER, - - ALDERMEN,-James. F. Tzlar, John M. Thompson, J. W. Cannon, J. YV. Moseley. POSTMASTER, - - - A. Webster. CHURCHES. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH-Kev Tilomas Phillips, pastor, Services, mu? n iiig, afternoon and evening. BAPTIST.-Rev. Mr. Norris, pastor. Services, lirst Sunday evening, and thc econd and fourth Sundays, morning, nd evening. METHODIST (south).-Rev. Mr. Cam pbell, pastor. Services morning and ?venhi?r. Sunday-school, 9 A. M. PRESBYTERIAN.-Kev. Mr. li rown evangelist. Services, morning and after noon. Sunday-school, 9 1-2 A. M. EPISCOPAL.-First and third Sundays. Morning and afternoon. LUTHERAN CHURCH.-Kev. Mr. Hough, /.astor. Services, morning 10 1-2, even * hg at 7 o'clock. The passenger trains on the S. C. R. H., on and after Monday next, w ill paiis through Orangeburg .as follows : Day from Columbia, 11.30 a. m. Day, from Charleston...

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. — 4 December 1875

African Exploration. Tho explorations ?? Stanley in the heart of Africa aro of the utmost geo graphical interest and importance. He is a plucky, clear-headed man, who push es his way through difficulties Uko a steam cugino through a snow drift; and, , considering thb delays and slowness of former expeditious, tho rapidity of his movements and thc promptness of lus i communications aro quite remarkable, j He has top much business on hand to be 1 sick, and is too active and energetic and j vigilant to he entrapped by tho trencher- , ons natives or captured by thc malaria. , It is quite evident that the natives stand in awe of this man, who seems to be a 1 sort of locomotive in boots, though they ! shoot his men when out of his sight with- j out hesitation or remorse, and his two letters came stained with thc life-blood of ono of the Khedive's ollicers. Stanley Ima now demonstrated by actual observ- j ntion and surveys that Livingstone, , whose health and mind failed in the last , year...

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. — 4 December 1875

A rr lean Exploration. Thc explorations of Stanley in the heart of Africa are of thc utmost geo graphical intent-and importance. He is a plucky, clear-headed niau, who pusu ca his way through difficulties hko a steam engine through a snow drift; ami, considering thb delays and slowness of loriner exped? Lions, tho rapidity of jus movetnbnta and thc promptness of his communications are quite remarkable. Ile has too much business on hand to be sick, and is too active and energetic and vigilant to be entrapped by the treacher ous natives or captured hy the malaria. It is (piite evident that thc natives stand in awe of this man, who seems to he r. sort of locomotive in boots, though they shoot his men when out of his sight with out hesitation or remorse, and his two letters came stained with Hie life-blood of one ol' thc Khedive's officers. Stanley has now demonstrated by actual observ ation and surveys that Livingstone, whose health and mind failed in thc last years of his long African...

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. — 4 December 1875

Arrimu Exploration. The explorations of .Stanley in thc heart of Airiest are of tho utmost geo ?T.tphical ?nlcrcstniidimporUu.ee. Ile is M plucky, elcnrdicadcd mau, wlio push es Iiis way through tliflicultics like a steam engine through a snow drift; mid, eoiisidcring tho delays mid .slowness ol Ibrnier expeditions^ tho rapidity ot hin movements and tho promptness j>r his eonimuuiciitions aro quite remarkable. He has tv>> much business on hand to bc sick, am! i* too active ami energetic ami v nd la ut tobe entrapped by ti ic troa?h?r oiis natives or captured by thc malaria. lt is quite evident that tho natives .-laud in awe of tin* man, who seems ti) lie .-. sort ol' locomotive in Inuits, though they shunt his uieii when out of his sight wit li mit hesitation or remorse, ami Iiis two letters eaine stained with the life-blomlol' one ol' tlie Khedive's ollicers. Stanley has now dem?nstrale?! hy actual oliserv iitiou and surveys that Livingstone, whose health and mind failed 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. — 27 May 1876

E. A. WEBSTER. Editor and Proprietor. VOLUME II. A Weekly Paper Devote'd to Temperance, Literature and Politic?? ^ ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1S764 NUMBER 42, THE CENTENNIAL. Thc tot Anniversar} Exhibition in Philadelphia. Views of the Exhibition Build ings and Full Descriptions of the Various De partments. Arrangements for tho Gontunui.il. The art of congress which provides for "celebrating the one hundredth anniver sary of American independence., by bidd ing au international exhibition ol' arts, mauufacturesend products of the soil |tnd mine." "authorized the creation of the United States centennial commission, and * intrusted to it the management ol the exhibition. This body is composed of two commissioners from each, state and territory, nominated by the respective governors, and crom missioned by the president of the United Slates. The en terprise, therefore, is distinctly a nation al one, and not, as has soluciones been stated, thc work ol a privat--- corpor...

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. — 27 May 1876

E. A. WEBSTER, Editor and Proprietor. A WceWyPaper Devote'd to Temperance, Literature and Politick ^ VOLUME Tl~ ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1876." . " I ?LTMBER 4-2. ] r> THE CENplAL - Tie Gnat Anniversary Exhibition f in Philadelphia. Views of tho Exhibition Build ings and Full Descriptions of the Various De partments. Arrangements for the Oontenuial. Tho act of congress which provides for "celebrating the one hundredth anniver sary of American independence, hy hold ing un international exhibition of nrts, manufaclu resend products of the soil $m? minc.'1 ^authorized tho creation of ?ne United States centennial commission, and*Vintrusted to it the management ot the exhibition. This body is composed of two commissidhers from each state and territory, nominated by tlic respective governors, and commissioned by - the president of the United States. Tire en terprise, therefore, is distinctly a nation al one, and not, as has some! ?ines been ?tated, thc work of a pr...

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. — 27 May 1876

THE FKE&'GITIZEN, 53. A. WEBSTER, Editor. ** TERMS : ONE COW, ON IC VF.AU, - - - $2.00. Invariably tit Advance. v NOTICE. Weare not responsible Tor thc views of our Correspondents. . Advertisements to lie Inserted inutile CITIZEN 'vmuat bc receiver! by Thursihiyxvcmng. Advertisements inserted nt One Pidiar per inch, fbrrfue first insertion. Further terms can lu; hiul'iin application totlu EiUlu . nr V'i'ilislicr. Communications mi matters of State or Local iulerest, respectfully solicitud. f AU etiler? for .lul> Printing left at lilia ofllec will receive prompt attention. Afronta unit Correspondents w.tnted in all Towns of tho County. . SATURDAY, MAY 27, 187G. The County Frauds. Without expressing ourselves as believing or discrediting thc evidence given hy Humbert at the late session of thc Court, in reference to the com plicity of other persons in the frauds that have been in the past perpetrated in this countj' with perfect impunity, and without making any comments as to t...

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. — 27 May 1876

? i anmaa? tunrHxxanawj.tai^ars'-3 nartnntrax.imMi'.rz E. A. WEBSTER, Editor. TERNIS : ONKCOJ-V. OM: VKAK, - - - ?2.00 Invariably in Advance. NOTICE. We nm not rosnon-sllilc for tlic .views c f om Uorrcspoinlonls. Ailvcrtisenicnts tn lie i ll ?crt Oil in thc CITIZEN ' imi?t bo reocivoil by Tliurmlny evening. Ailvortisomonts insortoil at Ono Orillar ju?r ?in li, for>tue first insertion. Further terms can lonai'pltiatii i ?>. Killi ?rVtiMI?hcr. Communications nu mau il -i. ..; I.oral interest, rosjiortl'tiUv .?iliolte.l. ? N?I Mr!, i- l'or .Inti I'viiiilne '.-il ,i itu- ofllce will receive |>roin']il lUieiitltiii Agents a,,,, luted in all Towns of tho County. SATURDAY, MAY 27, 187G. The County Frauds. | Without expressing ourselves as believing or discrediting the evidence given by Humbert at the late session of the Court, in reference to the com plicity of other persons in tho frauds that have been tn the past perpetrated in this county with perfect impunity, and without mak...

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. — 27 May 1876

'niliip?B??iBIII nw Bimini iBi'wunim*jnx*muKa\t7Ut THE FREE CITIZEN. SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1876. OI ty Directory. CITY OFFICERS. r MATOR. - - George Bollvcr. Ct-SKK. - ?-jr?KASrtRKH. TLI.I>V.?MKN',-.James. V. i/.lai. John M. > Thompson, J. JV, Camion, J. W. Moseley. * Posm* s.vKit. - A. Wehster. CHURCHE8. METHOMST EPISCOPALOnuucH-R??V Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, moi li ing, afternoon and evening. BAPTIST.-Rev. Mr. Norris, pastor. Services, first Sunday evening, and thu second and fourth Sundays, morning, and evening. MKTHOMST (sourit).-Rev. Mr. Cam pbell, pastor. Service* moruinjr and eveuirijr; Sunday-school. 9 A. M. PltKSUVTEUtMI.-Kev. Mr. H row li evangelist. Services, morniuir-und after uuvii. Sunday-school, 9 1-2 A. M. EPfscocAT..-First and third Sundays Morning and afternoon. LUTI?ERAS CHURCH.-Rev. J. B. Has kell (?hstbr. Services, morning IQ 1-2. evening at 7 oltiock. The passenger trains on the S- C. R. R., on and after Monday next^ill pass through Orangebucg -aa fo...

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. — 27 May 1876

THE FEEE CITIZEN. SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1870. Ol ty Directory. CITY OFFICERS. MATOR. - - George Bolivar. Ci-ERK. - JT-KK ASCR KR. Ai.in :.?., % ' HUI k. Y ? i;,' John M. Thompson, J. ,.\\ . Cannon, J. W. Moseley. * IM st KR. - A Webster. CHURCHES. METHODIST EPISCOPAI.OlIURCH-R?v Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services. lilOl n ing, afternoon und evening. _. BAPTIST.- Rev. Mr. Norris, pastor. Services, first Sunday evening, and the second and fourth Sundays, morning, ami evening. METHOMST (south).-Rev, Mr. Cam pheli. pastor. Serviee.? morning and evening. tScnday-selteol. fl A.M. PRF.SU YTER? OJ.-Rev. Mr. lt mwu evangelist. Services, morning and alter noon. Sunday-school. S 1-2 A. M K'^sr-orAT..- First and third Sundays blunting and afternoon. ?. ITU ERA? CHURCH.-Rev. J. B. Has kell pastor. Services, morning ii> 1-2. at 7 oVsUtek. The passenger trains on the C. H. R., on and after Monday next, will pass through Orangcburg us follows : Day from Columbia, 11.57 a. m. Day, from Charleston, 2.1...

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. — 27 May 1876

Thc Art Gallery. Thc most imposing and ornate of all the structures is memorial hall, built at a cont of $1,500,000, by thu state of Pennsylvania and the city of Philadel phia. This is placed at the disposal of the centennial commission, to be used during thc exhibition as an art gallery, after which it ii designed to make it the receptacle of fri industrial and art col lection simil?r to the famous south Ken sington museum, at London. It stands on a line parallel with, and a short dis tance, nnrthward of, thc main building, ami is in a commanding position, looking ROU thwart! across the {schuylkill over Philadelphia. It stands, ujion a terrace one hundred and twenty-two feet above tho level of the Schuylkill. Being de signed for. an absolutely fireproof struc ture, nothing combustible has been used. The design is modern Renaissance, lt covers an acre and a half, and is three hundred ami sixty-five feet long, two hundred and ten feet wide, and fifty nine feet high, over a spacious b...

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. — 27 May 1876

Thc Art Gallery. Thc most imposing anti ornate of all the structures is memorial hall, built al a coot of $1,500,000, hy the state ol Pennsylvania and the city of Philadel phia. This is placed at the disposal ol the centennial* commission, to be used during the exhibition aa an art gallery, after which it yt designed to make it the receptacle of ?n industrial and art col lection similsr to tho famous south Ken sington museum, at London. It stands on ti line parallel with, and a short dis tance northward of, the main building, and is in a commanding position, looking southward across the Schuylkill over Philadelphia. It stands, upon a terrace ono hundred and twenty-two feet above tho level of tho Schuylkill. Being de signed for. an absolutely fireproof struc ture, nothing combustible has been used. The design is modern Itcnaissance. Jt covers an acre and a half, and is three hundred and sixty-five feet long, twe hundred and ten feet wide, and fifty nine feet high, over a spacious bas...

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