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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 17 July 1875

nu: TIZEN. A Weekly Paper Devoletl lo Temperance, Literature and Politic*. II CAROLINA, SATURDAY, JULY 17. IS7:>. NUMI?KII lil. TIMELY Tones. OM-, of tho mah y good pointu ol tho now constitution ot Arkansas, adopted h ss Dian a yt ar ago, is tho providion for (ho paynu'ut of tho state debt. Tilia provibion ia now being carried out under tito tucauB provided by tho last legisln ture. Jared It. linell, of fudiuunpolis, and Susan D. Gilbert, of Athol, Muss., have "married" UiouiHclves by a written con tract, which is to "bo in force during our physical lives, provided our mutual love nature? ever blond as now-but to terminate without pr?judice by tin; wish of either party, if love ?hall ever cease tn bo inn! nat," IN 187.0, New York eily bud a popula tion of tii'J/J'.hJ, ami a municipal d?lit of TJ-J.SnO.TSO. In INTI, Loudon had a populat ion nf .'l,'2(J(i,nS7, and a city debt of S'Jf?, 918, OOO. These li g urea are im posing. The city and county debts of the whole union are estima...

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. — 17 July 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. PUBLISHED AT ORANCEBURC, S. C. E. A. WEBSTER, - - - Editor. A. WE ii y TE u, ruBLiaiiEK. TER3IS s OMB Corr, ONE YEA?, - - - ? 2 00 Ijivariably in Advance. An"' ? will co rr. o near to you lo Jiithteraent; and I will bc a swift wiiiicsx ?gui nut thu noroer ora, nu,I ngaiiiHl tia* udulleruri., und ngiiinHt t'a I ?ti swonrara, und ngaiutU thone thal op prc*? the hireling in lu? wilgo*, thc widow mu? thc Lulu.-] lu-rf, ?ind Hint turn uside thu ?tranger from his right, and lem- not inc, raith thu Lord of Host?.-.MALACHI, Ul, 6. NOTICE. We aro not responsible for thc views c f our Correspondente. Advertisements to be Inserted In the CITIZEN niuit be received by,.Thursday evening. Advertisements inserted nt One Pollnr per Inch, for the first ilise'timi. Further terms cati bo bad on uppllcattou to thc Editor or Publisher. Communication? on mutters of State or Local ? Intercut, respectfully solicited. All order* for Job Printing left at Ulla offlce will receive prompt atten...

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. — 17 July 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. PUBLISH KI) AT ORANGEBURG,,S. C. E. A. WEBSTER, - - - Editor. A. WEBSTEU, PUBLISJIEU. TERMS s Qu? COPT, ONE YEAR, - - - ? 2 00 Invariably in Advance. And I will como near to you to judgement; and I will bc a swill witness against the soroer era, and ngainst the adulterers, and against ?IUPC swearers, and against those that op pres* the hireling In hin wagos, the widow nud the fatherless, nnd that turn aside the stranger from his right, and fear not mc, ?faith the Lord sf :?cs:s.-- MALACHI, Ill, s. NOTICE. We are not responsible for tho views of our Correspondents. Advertisements to b? Inserted In the CITIZEN nant li o received by .Thursday evening. Advertisements inserted at Ono Dollnr per inch, fur the first hw lion. Further terms can ba bad on application to thc Editor or Publisher. Cnmmunlcatiojts on mutters of State or Local interest, respectfully noddled. All ordern for Job Printing lea at Oils omce 'Will receive prompt attention. Agents and Correspondents wan...

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. — 17 July 1875

TiHE FREE CITIZEN. PUBLISH KU AT ORANCEBURG, S. C. A. WEBSTER, ... - Editor. A. WEBSTElt, PUBLISHER. Cw? COPT, ONE YEAI?, - - - ?.2 co Invariably in Advance. 1 1 BP --- Ami I will como near to you to Judgment; and I will be a a ?ii t witness against the sorocr erB, and against thc adulterors, and against false swearers, and against those that op pres? the hireling in his Tragos, the widow and the fatherless, and that turn aside the stranger from bia right,, and fear not mc, saith tho Lord of Host?.-MALACHI, lil, s. NOTICE. We ara not responsible for tho vic its cf our Cat-respondents. Advertisements to be Inserted in the CITIZEN must be received by,,Thursday evening. Advertisements Inserted nt Ono Hollar per Inch, for the first insoition. Further term? can V? had on application to the Editor or Publisher. Communications on matters o: State or Local interest, respectfully solicited. All orders for Job Prlnttug left at this oIBce rrlll receive prompt attention. Agenta .and Corresponde...

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. — 17 July 1875

ifl? FxvEE CITIZEN. , PUBLISHED SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1875. City Oii-ootoi-y. CITY OFFICERS. MAYOR, - - Joab W. Moseley. CLERK. .... T. D. Wolfe. TREASURER. B. Williamson. A LD KUM KN.-llenry Washington. J P.1 Harley, li. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe. POSTMASTER, - - - A. Webster. CHURCHES. M KT H o DIST E i* i scot* A i. Cn u nc II -Rev Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, moi li ing, afternoon and evening. BAPTIST.-Kev. Mr. Norris, pastor. Services, llrst Sunday evening, and tim second and fourth Sundays, morning, and evening. METHODIST (south).-- Kev. Mr. Cam pbell, pastor. SerytYn* morning and evening. Sunday-.tchou I, 9 A. M. PRESUYTERIAN.- Kev. Mr. B mw ii 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, pastor. Services, morning 10 1-2, even iug at 7 o'clock. The passenger trains on the S. C. R. R. will pass through Orangeburg 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 8 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 17 July 1875

l?fl? FE?E CITIZEN. PUULISHED SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1875. City Directory. CITY OFFICERS. MATOU, - - Joab W". Moseley. CLERK. - T. D. Wolfe. TREASURER, B. Williamson. A LO KUM KN,-Uenry Washington. J P. Harley, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe. POSTMASTER, - - - A. Webster. CHUItCII ES. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH-Rev Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, morn ing, afternoon and evening. BAPTIST.-Rev. Mr. Norris, pastor. Services, tirst Sunday evening, and the second and fourth -Sundays, morning, and evening. METHODIST (south).-Rev. Mr. Cam pbell, pastor. Service* morning and evening. Sunday-school, 9 A. M. PRESUYTERIAN.-Rev. Mr. B rown evangelist. Services, morning and after noon. Sunday-school, 9 1-2 A. M. EPISCOPAL--First and third Sundays. Morning and afternoon. LUTHERAN CH URCH -Rev. Mr. Hough, pastor. Service*, morning 10 1-2, even iug at 7 o'clock. The passenger trains on the S. C. R. R. will pass through Orangeburg as follows : Day, from Charleston, 9.48 a. m. " 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 9 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 17 July 1875

?Hfi FEEE CITIZEN. PUBLISUED 8ATURDA?, JULY 17, 1875. City Directory. CITY OFFICE HS. MAYOR, - - Joab W. Moseley, i CLERK. - - - - T. D. Wolfe. ; TREASURER, B. Williamson. ALUERMEN,-Henry Washington. J P. Harley, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe. ( POSTMASTER, - A. Webster. CHU ROH BS. I METHODIST ENSCOPALCOURCH-Rev j Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, mot li ing, afternoon and evening. ' BAPTIST.-Rev. Mr. Norris, pastor. Services, first Sunday evening, and the ? second and fourth Sundays, morning, aud evening. METHODIST (south).-Rev. Mr. Cam- : pbrll. pastor. Services morning and . evening. Sunday-school, 9 A. M. PRESBYTERIAN.-Rev. Mr. B rown evangelist. Services, morning and after noon. Sunday-school, 9 1-2 A. M. EPISCOPAL.-First and third Sundays. Morning and afternoon. LUTHERANOHURCH-Rev.Mr. Hough. 1 {?astor. Services, muming 10 1-2, even ug at 7 o'clock. , The passenger trains on the S. C. R. R. will pass through Orangeburg ? as follows : Day, from Charleston, 9.48 a. m. " from Colum...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 17 July 1875

USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. SWEET on. rubbed on tho ukin is said to bo ii Miro antidoto for ivy poison. A POTTY of starch and chloride of zinc hardens quickly, aud lasts, as a stopper of hobs in mot?is, for months. FROSTED GLASS, useful for Bereena, (de., is made by lay iug the sheets hori zontally and cover i eg thom with a strong solution of sulphate of zinc. The salt crystallizes on drying. VARNISHES, LIMPID AND FLEXIIILE. Anhydrous alumina at?rente, dissolved in turpentine, is an article much recom mended for thia purpose, and it is said to be unalterable by high temperatures, A OOOD welding composition is made of borax fused with one-sixteenth its j weight of sal nunnoniae, owled, pulver ?zed and combined with au equal weight of quick lime. Ti ie compound is sprinkled on tho red-hot iron, and the lat er replaced in the lire. MAUOOANY STAINING.-Wash thu wood to bo stained with diluted nitric acid, ten parts of water to ouo of acid. For rosewood, glaze tho same with carmine or Munich lake....

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. — 17 July 1875

USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. SWEET om nibbed on tho ukin is said to bo a Biiro autidoto for ivy poiaon. A rrrrrv of atarcli n jd chlorido of zinc hardens quickly, and, lasts, as a stopper of holes in metals, for months. FaosTEo OLAS3, tiscful for screona, oto., is made by laying the sheets hori zontally and covering them with a strong solution of sulphate of zinc. Tho suit crystallizes on drying. VAUNISUES, LIMPID AND FLEXIBLE. Anhydrous alumina storcate, dissolved in turpentine, is an article much recom niondod for this purpose, and it is said to bo uualterablo by high temparatures. A GOOD welding composition is mado ef boras fused with one-sixteenth its woight of sal ammoniac, cooled, pulver ized and combined with an equal weight of quick lime. Tho compound ?B sprinkled on tho red-hot iron, and tho lather replaced in tho tiro. MAHOGANY KTAININO.-Wash tho wood to bo stained with diluted nitric acid, ten parts of water to one of acid. For rosewood, glaze tho same with carmino or Munich loko. 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. — 24 July 1875

I THE FREE CITIZEN. E. A. WEBSTER. Editor and Proprietor. A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literature and Polities #. J VOLUME I. ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, JULY 24~\87?. NUMBER 50. > TIMELY TOPICS. CTIIUB FU?TJD wants tho modest sum of ten million dollars from tho British government for his Pacific caldo, and tho probabilities are that ho will got it Boonor or later. THE United States has now become tho greatest silver producing country in tho world, tabing precedence of oven Mexico, which has heretoforo been sup posed to fnrnish two-thirds of tho total supply. _ A "WHITER in Blackwoods Magazine conclusively calcul?t cn that if tho pub lic debt of tho civilized world goos on increasing at ifs present rate, in a quar ter of a century tho entire rovcnuoH of all thc nations will bo insufficient to pay tho interest thereon. Fou sonic reason, best kno wn to them solves, tho English riflemen will not let tho American team competo for tho Elcho shield at "Wimbledon. Tho...

Publication Title: Free Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 24 July 1875

CITIZEN. A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literature and Politico. JULY 24, 1875. NUMBER 50. . TIMELY TOPICS. _ I CYRUS FlKbD wants tho modest sum of ten million dollars from tho British government for his Pacific cable, and tho probabilities are that ho will get it sooner or later. Tnk United States has now become tho greatest silver producing country in tho world, taking precedence of oven Mexico, which has heretoforo been sup posed to furnish two-thirds of tho total supply. _ A WRITER in Blnckwood's Magazine conclusively calculates that if tho pub lic debt of tho civilized world goes on increasing at lis present rate, in a quar ter of a century tho entire revenues of all thc nations will bo insu (Vicient to pay the interest, thereon. Fou some reason, best known to them selves, tho English riflemen will not let Hie American team competo for tho Elcho shield at Wimbledon. Tho dis patch says they aro willing . tu iiavo a special match, to bo shot between tho Americans and eight...

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. — 24 July 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN.' PUBLISHED AT ORANCEBURC, 3. C. S. A. WEBSTER, - - - Editor. A. WEBSTER, PUBLISHER. TERMS : OKS COPT, ONE YEAR, ? - - 8 2 00 Invariably in Advance. EB 1 Ami I will come near to you to Judgement; and I-Trill bc a swift witness agnind thu soro.or .rs, and against thc nrtulierorH, and against false swearers, arni against those thnt np preis thc hireling in hi? wages, the willow auU the fath?rle?a. and that turn ?side the stranger from his right, and fear not inc, saith the Lord of Hosts.-MALACHI, III, 5. NOTICE- I We nra not responsible for th? views ff out- i Correspondents. Advertisements to he inserted in the ClTtetN inuit be received by Thursday evening. Advertisements inserted at One Dollar per Ineh, for the first Insertion. Further terms can bo had on application to thc Editor or Publisher. Communications on matters of State or Local Interest, respectfully solicited. All orders for Job Printing left at this office will receive prompt attention. Agents and Corres...

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. — 24 July 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. PUP LI 8 H KD AT OIIAMCEBORC, Sk c. E. A. WEBSTER, - - - Editor. A. WEBSTER, PCBLI9HER. TERMS I Gxa COPT, ONE YEAR, - . - $2?00 Invariably in Advance. Ami I will come near to you to ju<1~*cmont; ?nd I-rrill be a swift witness against tile aorcer or?, an<l against the ndulterehi, and agaihst falte swearers, and against tooan that, op press tho hireling in ma wages, the widow and the fatherlena, and that turn aside-the stranger from his right, and fear not me, aalth the Lord of Hoc ta.-MALACHI, III, r>. NOTICE.. We ?re not responsible for tb? views cf our Cerretpondonta. Advertisements to he inserted in the CITIZEN mntt be reoelTcd by Thursday evening. Advertisements inserted at One Dollar per inch, for the first Insertion. Further terms can bo had on application to the Editor or Publisher. Communications on matters of State or Local interest, respectfully solk-itod; All orders for Job Printing left at this office will receive prompt attention. Agents and Co...

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. — 24 July 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. PUULISIIED SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1875. City Directory. CITY OFFICERS. MAYOR. - - J?ab W. Moseley; CLERK. - T. I?. Wolfe. TREASURER, B William son . ? ALOKUMKN,-Henry Washington. J P. I Harley, li. Williamson. T. D. Wolfe i POSTMASTER. - A. Webster. ! _ I CHURCHES. MKTUOOIST EPISCoPAl.OHUItCH -Rev Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, (mim ing, afternoon und evening. BAPTIST.-Kev. Mr. Nnrri?. pastor Services, lirgt Sunday evening, ami Mic second and fourth Sundays, morning, and evening METHODIST (south).-Kev. Mr. Cam pbell, pastor. Service? mnridug and evening. Sunday-school, 9 A. M. PRESBYTERIAN.-Rev. Mr. R rowe evangelist. Scr\ ices, mor td nu* and after, tioon. Sunday-school. 9 1-2 A. M. EPISCOPAL -First and third Sundays. Morning and afternoon. LUTHERAN CHURCH - Rev. Mr Hough, pastor. .Services, morning IO 1-2. even lng at 7 o'clock. The passenger trains on Hie S. C. R. R. will pass through Orangeburg as follows : Day, from Charleston, 9.-48 a. m. 41 from Columbia, 7....

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. — 24 July 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1875. ?City Directory. CITY OFFICERS. MAYOR. - - Joab W. Moseley. CLERK, - T. L. Wolfe. TREASURER, B WUllanison. ALDERMEN,-Henry Washington. J P. | Harley, li. Williamson. T. D. Wolfe. POSTMASTER, - - - A. Webster. CHURCHES. METHODIST EPISCOPAI.CHURCII-Rev Thomas Phillips.bailor. Services,morn ing, afternoon and evening. BAPTIST.-Rev. Mr. Norris, pastor Services, tlrst Sunday evening, and the second and fourth Sundays, morning, and evening. METHODIST (south).-Kev. Mr. Cam pbell, pastor. Services morning and evening. Sunda3*-6choul, 9 A. M. PRESBYTERIAN.-Kev. Mr. Brown evangelist. Ser\ ices, morning and after noon. Sunday-school. 9 1-2 A. M. EPISCOPAL -First and third Sundays. Morning and afternoon. ' LUTHERAN CHURCH .-Kev. Mr. Hough. f>astor. Services, morning 10 1-2. even ng at 7 o'clock. The passenger trains on the 8. C. R. R. will pass through Orangeburg as follows : Day, from Charleston, 9.48 a. m. 44 from Columbia, 7.30 p. m. Night, from ...

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. — 24 July 1875

T^rVE STOCK. STOCK RAISINO IN TOE SOUTH. There is a clnss of men throughout tho piney woods bolt of tho south, who have dovoted themselves: to cattle mid sheep raising. JSomo of thoir establish ments are largo, including ono te three thousand oattlo, and more sheep. The habits of these men aro almost nomadic ; of consequence they live without com forts, and their children grow up witli little education. But in Georgia, and probably elsewhere nuder similar cir cumstances, they have made money, receiving only gold, which is put in a Blocking or in a trunk, and is really of no more use to the owner than so much gravel. It is by no means proposed to sot this mode of agricultural lifo as au example to the southern people, simply because it is attended with peouniary profit. The instanco is cited to show that under all the disadvantages of tho case, tho only class which has devoted itself to stock raising has made money. Every planter has moro or less live stock. Formerly a serious attent...

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. — 24 July 1875

TJTVE STOCK. STOCK RA1SIKO IN TUE BOOTU. There is a class of meu throughout tho piney woods belt of tho south, who have devoted themselves: to cattlo and sheep raising. Some of their establish ments aro largo, including one to threo thousand cattle, and more sheep. Tho habits of these men aro almost nomadic ; of consequence they live without com forts, and their children grow up with little education. But in Georgia, and probably olsowbero under similar cir cumstances, they have mado money, receiving only gol'1, which is put in a Btockiug'or in' a trunk, and is really of no more nse to the owner than so much gravel. It is by no means proposed to set this mode of agricultural life as an example to the southern people, simply because it is attended with pecuniary profit. The instance is cited to show that under all tho disadvantages of the case, tho only class which has devoted itself to stock raising has made money. Every planter has moro or less livo stock. Formerly a serious attent...

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. — 31 July 1875

FBEE CITIZEN E. A. WEBSTER. Editor and Proprietor. A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literature and Polition. VOLUME I. NUMBER 51. TIMELY TOPICS. THU rceent Ticean flood is swelling i th? streams in a manaor calculated to do much damago through the country. MOODY and Saukey concluded not to go to Paris, and will probably bo back in tho United States by tho middlo of August, EMIOIIATION to California foll off uoarly throe-fourths in tho month of June, which was lucky for tho stay-at homes. THE Baltimore American says tho grasshoppers have mad o their appear ance in Frederick county, Md., whore clover and ryo crops aro particularly abundant. THE Chincso have, for tho first time, whipped tho Formosan savages. These aborigines number 20,000 only, and yet they havo kopt io terror about two millions of Chinese settlers. THE revenue officials have abandoned tho idea of placing a revenue stamp no every cigar, and smokers can still inhale tho dreamful vapor without tho dis comfort of tho...

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. — 31 July 1875

HE FREE l ol BS ? E. A. WEBSTER. Editor and rroprietor. * A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literature and Politio?. VOLUME I. NUMBER 51. TIMELY TOPICS. ' TUE recent Ticean flood is swelling tho streams in a manner calculated to do much damn go through tho country. MOODY and Sankey. concluded not to go to Paris, and Will probably bo back in the United States by the middle of August. EMIGRATION to California foll off noorly thrue-fourths in tho month of June", which was lucky for tho stay-at homes. THE Baltimore American says the grasshoppers have made their appear ance in Frederick county, Md., whore clover and ryo crops aro particularly abundant. : * THE Chinese have, for the first time, whipped the Formosan savages. These aborigines number 20,000 only, aud yot Urey have kept in terror about two millions of Chinean settlers. THE revenue officials havo abandoned tho idea of placing a rovenuo stamp no every cigar, and smokers can still inhalo the dreamful vapor without tho dis oo...

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. — 31 July 1875

TrtE FREE 68TIZ?N PUBLISHED AT OR AN CEBU RC, S. C. B. A. WEBSTER, - - - Editor. A. WEBSTER, PUBLISHER. TERMS i Ona COPT. ONE.YKAK. - - - 9 3 00 Iktariably tn Adoan?r.. Awrl ITTMI nome nenr to'you to Judgement; nntl J will be n ewin witues* ag dttst tho soccer .rs, and against the adulterers, nml again*! ftlfc swearer?, nmt against those that op preis thc hireling in ht? wages, thc willow and thc fatherle-s, ami thal turn aside the atranger from ht? right, and Tear not mc, saith the Lord of Hosts.-MALACHI, III, ft. NOTICE. Wm aro not responiiblo for the views cf our ? Corresponde ii tn. Adrorttsemcnt* to bo Inserted In the CITIEEM must bo receired by Thursday evening: Advertisements inserted nt One Dollar per | Inh, for the Aral Insertion. Further terms can tn had ul application to Hie Editor or Publisher. Coramiinicalioas on matters of State or Local interest, reapcctfulty solicited. A ll orders for Job Printing left at this office ?Ul receive prompt attention. Agents and Correspon...

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