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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The free citizen. — 31 July 1875

i? FREE ors mn, PCBI.ISIIKO AT ORANCEBURC, S. C. B. A. "WEBSTER, - - - Editor. A. WKBdTEU. l> ca LI s UK it. rJ?Klints t OwaCoPT. ONK.YEAK. - - - ?2 00 Iktariably in Adenncr.. m ? II i i - - *T i i And I Trill nome nrmr to'you to Judgement; anti I will be a ewlfl wittie** HR tinst tho sorcer er,--, and ngninst the :idu1iurors, ami ngninst ! falce swearers, nnri ng.-iliist those thnt o|i , prrsH the hireling in his wntres, the willow amt thc falherle-s, ami that turn aside the stranger from his right, nnii fo ir not mc, saith Ute LorU of Hosts.-MALACHI, Ul, fi. NOTICE. Wm aro not responsible for the views cf our Correspondents. Advertisements to he Inserted in thc ClTttKK wait bo receired by Thursday evening; Advertisements inserted nt One Dollar per kr?h, for the first insclion. Knr?her terms can Vohndoa application to thc Kdlloror Publisher. Communications on matters of State or Local Utterest, respectfully solicited. All orders for Job Printing left at this office trill receive...

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. — 31 July 1875

Tr?? FHEE GI?IZtN. HL*BI'.l-*>l!KO AT OR AN CEBU RC, S. C. B. A. WEBSTER, - - . Editor. A. WKBSTEIt. PUBLISH KU. T E KM ir* i OKB Corr. OME.YKAR. - - - 9 2 00 Invariably in Ailennre. And I will nnmt near to you to judgement; and , I will be a ewin Witness ag iiti<t tho ?orcer. | ?rp, Ant' r.gaioHt the adultorum, nnd ngtiin?l . false swearers, and njcalllft thOi?u thal op press the hireling in hm wutrcs, the widow and the fatherle-d, ami that turn aside the .tranger from hil riglit, nnd IVvtr n.?t mc, bailh the Lord ol' ituii*.-MALACHI. III, a. TV NOTICE. \Ta aro not rrgponaibls for the views cf our Correspondents. Advertisements to be inserted in the ClTtZKS ?tust ba received by Thursday evening. Advertisements inserted, nt fine Dollar per inoli, for the first linc-linn. Kttrther te- nis can j Woh.tdoa application to lite Killi or or Publisher. Communications on natters of Slate or LOCH! taturest, respectfully solicitud. All orders for Job Printing left at thin ofllce will rec...

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. — 31 July 1875

THE F?tEE CITIZEN. 2.*|}HLIStlKU SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1376. City Dlireo:oify. CITT OFFICERS. MATOR, - - doab AV. Moseley, t-LF.UK. - - - T. I*. Wolfe. TKKAIUKKR. ,: , ;.. H Williamson A LUKKM KN.-Henry Warburton. J P. , Harley, B. Williamson. T. D. Wolfe. I'osTti&axr.R. - - - A. Webster. ciiuucnks. METHODIST EP?3COP?L?'HUUCII-Rev Thoma* Phillip*, pastor. Services, uioin ivZ' afternoon atol evening. BAPTIST.-U?*v. M?\ Norri*. paS'ttr Service*, fir?t Sondai* t*venb?a. and ihe .ecotul and fourth Puntlays. tilomiu-r. and evening. MVTHOMtST (??Utll) - !(?.? Mr Cam pbei!. pastor. Service? morning and eveuin?. Suuday-M:hooi. 9 t>. at. PRKSBTTEUIAN.--Kev. Mr. Br??wt> evangelist. Sert lee?., momio* and alter noon, Mitiday-.-ehoul. 9 13 A. M Episcopal..-First and third Sundays Morning and afternoon. I.UTHERAMTilinten -Hov. Mr Hou?h. ?astor. Service?, morning IO 12 even in?; ar. 7 o'clock. The passenger trains on the N. C. R. R. will pass through Orangeburg as follows ? Dav, from Charl...

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. — 31 July 1875

'CHE FBEE CITIZEN. .PUBLISHED SATURDAY, JULY Sf, 187?. City ?lfoo : ?ry. CITT OFFICERS. M A i OK. - - ?nab -W- Moseley. CLRKK. . ' - "I I/. Wolff. : Tu EA ? u UK ?i. -, -, Ii Williamson ? ALUKRXKN.- Henry vt*ti?l? Il?Tto. J P.' lUrKv, B. Williamson, f. L?. Wolfe. I PoSTMASTRR. - A. Webster. ---- I CHURCH ks. MKTHODIHT EPi?COP?I.'^HUHCII-Rev Thomas Phillip*, pastor. Services, ut-.to ing, afternoon and eVeuhlg. BAPTtar.-ll~v. Mr. Norris, paS'tir .services. fir~t Sntidai- eveniii?. and lim sptjoPtf and fourth Mondays, iiluriiiltg; and evening. MSTHOOIST (?OUtlt) -?Vir \?r t'ani pteel!. pastor. Service? morning and evening. Suudaj'-schooi. 9 ?. IK. PRESBTTEUIAN.-Kev. Mr. Brown evangelist. Service?, moroiiiiraistl ans? noon. Mmday-school. SI JAM EPISCOPAL - Fir*?t and third Sundays Morning sod afternoon. LUTHERAN t'liuncn -Rev.Mr Hough, pastor. Services, morning IO l-'2 even lug ar. 7 ??'clock. The passenger trains on the S. C. R. R. will pass through Orangchurg as follows; Dav, from Cha...

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. — 31 July 1875

THE F?EE CITIZEN. rCBLISIlF.D SATURDAY, JULY SJ, 1875. Oity wirtuj wry. CITT OKFICKUS. MATOB. - - .mau W. Moseley. CLKRK. . - - -. T. I>- Wolfe. THKAiCUklt. ; -.. ? Williamson j A (.itf.KM UN.-Henry Washington. J P.1 llarl.jy, li. Williamson. T. li. Wolfe. | Po-iTMASTRR. - - - A. Webster. CHURCHES. MKTIIOIHHT EPi?ciiP?I.OiiUKCH--Rev Thoma* Phillip*, pastor. Services. Ul-?I ?. itijr. afternoon and evening. BAPTIST.-H--V. M-*. Norris; pas-or Services, flr-r Sundav ?venb-a. ami lim sCoolnl ami fourth punda)**, thorning, ami ev?*uhig. M*Tt40i.|3T (-?outil) -l'ev Mr I'mu pbrl.'. pastor. Service* morning ami evening. Sunday-*-ho.?;. ? t. K. PK*raBrTKUIAN.~Kev. Mr. Brown evangelist. Srr\ ice--, morning ami utter noon. Mimlay-ehonl. 9 1 i A. M EPISCOPAL.--First ami tbirJ sundays Morning and afternoon. LUTHERAN! UL'UCII --Kev.Mr Hough, .astor. Services, morning IO 1 'J even i UK af 7 o'clock. Tin? passenger trains on the S. C. R. R. will pass through Orangehurg aa fi*Uow?-* Dav, Troiu Cha...

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. — 31 July 1875

FIELD GLEANINGS. TREATMENT OF BALKY HORSES.--The society for tho prevention of cruelty to Animals publishes the following rules for tho treatment of ballsy horRes. Tn caso ono of these plans docs not Buccced, trv another : 1. Pat the horse upon tho neok ; ex amino the harness oarcfullyi Grst on ono side, then on tho other, speaking encouragingly whilo doing so ; thou jump into tho wagon and givo tho -word go; gouerally ho will obey it. 2. A teamster in Maine says ho can start tho worBt balky horse by taking him out of the shafts and making him go around in n circle till ho is giddy. If tho first danco of this sort does not euro him, a second will. 3. To cure a balky horso, simply placo your hand over tho horses's nose, aird shut off his wind until ho wants to go .1. Tho brain of a horso seems to en tertain bnt one idea at a timo ; therefore, whipping only confirms his stubborn resolve. If you can, by any means, givo him a now subject to think of you will generally have no trouble in...

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. — 31 July 1875

FIELD GLEANINGS. TREATMENT OP BALKY HORSES.-The society for tbe prevention of cruelty to nnimnls publishes tho following rules for tho treatment of balky horses. In * cas? ono of these planB doss not Buoceed, try another : 1. Pat the horse upon the neck ; ex amine the harness carefully^ first on ono side, then on the other, speaking encouragingly while doing so ; then jump into the wagon and give tho word go ; gonerally ho will obey it. *2. ? teamster ia Mame says bo c?J? start the worst balky horse by taking him ont of the shafts and making him go around in a circle till he is giddy. If the first dance of this sort does not cure him, a second will. 8. To cure a balky horse, simply place your hand over the horses's nose, and shut off his wind until he wants to go. ?. The brain of a horse seems to en tertain butene idea at a time; therefore, whipping only confirms bis stubborn resolve. If you can, by any means, give him a new subject to think o! you will generally have no trouble in ...

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. — 7 August 1875

? -.y y<t^?xanit^lMWlWI??l?^ K'^'t ww.OTmw ?.?ygiwagy-- ?.?.?.,v\n? .;rJ^-ip:m?^r^M<?m.'i?^Bjji^> irr m. i in i .. .....j., ji, - ->n,i, ,"-- ?..,????._ _ l^^^^^^^^^g^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^ E. A. WE?STER. Editor and Proprietor. A Weekly Paper: Devoted to Temperance, Literature and' Politios. I ,,. .-? ; . , . . ; ::? . ; ,,.".?, . -. ? ? ... . , .? . ? . - - , ^ VOLUME I. r ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINAr|ATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1875. . NUMBER 52: TIMELY TOPICS. A HATiiEit heroic aofc is.that-.o/.^ijain, dying of internecine' struggles* ""to *go into tho market, for a loan of 37,000, OOP to indemnify Porto Ricans for tho IOJS of their'rm&n?Tp?teil BIBVCF. THU yt How lever is at Pensacola. ? It isunusually early for t?saroaaeoman ifestatioh. In somti jof- the>"m'?rst de-^ vast uti og yellow fever seasons tho dis-v easo hag not shown. itself .on-tho gulf, coikt until September. THE plague,-or-Black Death, haa; t waked from ita thirty y oars sleep in the; cast, and ?B reported ...

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. — 7 August 1875

E. A. WEBSTER, Editor and Proprietor. A We?kly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literature and Politios. VOLUME I. ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA,- SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1875. NUMBER 52. TIMELY TOriCS. A KATH EU heroic uot is that-of-{Simili, dying of internecine struggle's* to go iuto tho market for a loan of $7,000,000 to indemnify Porto Ricans for tho loss of thbir'?m'nn?iimteil slaves--. THE yt How lever is at Pensacola. . It its unusually carly for this dreaded man ifestatioh. In BOIUO of tho most de \nstatiug yollow fever seasons tho difj-_ easo h_Q3 not shown itself pu tho guli co wit until September. " THE plague,'-or Black Doath, bas twaked from its thirty yoars sleep in tho east, and is reported to bo spreading with rapidity in Asia. About eighty live years ago, it desolated Russia, and ono hundred and fifty yours have passed since it ravaged and almost depopu lated some part H of Europe, Fon young children Now York is at present ono of tho deadliest uitics ; at no timo do they thri...

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. — 7 August 1875

E. A. WEBSTER. Editor and Proprietor. A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literature and Politios. VOLUME I. NUMBER 52: TIMELY TOPICS. A ?ATuEU heroic act is that of Spain, dying of internecine struggles, to go into tlio market for a loan of $7,000,000 to indemnify Porto Ricins for tho loss ol their emancipated slaves. Tins yt How lever is at Pensacola, lt is uuusually early for this dreaded man ifestntioh. lu Eomo of the most de vastating yellow fever seasons tho dis ease hus not shown itself ou tho gulf co int until September. ~ TUE plague, -or P.I nek Death, has ?waked from its thirty years sleep in tho east, sud is reported to bo spreading with rapidity in Asia. About eighty live years ago, it desolated Russia, aud ono hundred and fifty years havo passed since it ravaged and almost depopu lated some parts of Europe, Fou young children New York is nt present ono of tlio deadliest cities ; nt no time do they thrive there overmuch, but hist week's mortality among them was excepti...

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. — 7 August 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. rCBUSHKD AT OR AN GE BU RC, S. C. E. A. WEBSTER, - - - Editor. A. WEBSTER, PUULISIIKK. TERMS : ONE COPY. OtfE YEAR, - - - ?2 00 Invariably tn Advance. And I ?rill erne r.car to rot: to Judgement: timi I will bc a swift willies* np linet tin? ??reel er?, met against tito adulterers, amt against false swearers, und against those that <>i> press the hireling in hts wages, thc willow and tho fatherlo-i. ami that turn aside the ?trungur froin hi? rigl.:, anil loir nm me, naiit'. tho Lord of H?iiis.-MALACHI, HI, P. NOTICE. Wo aro not responsible for the views of our Correspondents. Advertisement* to he inserted in the CITIZEN must bo received by Thursday evening. Advertisements inserted at One Dolfar per Inch, for the first insertion. Further terms can \nt had on application to the 1-Mitoror Publisher. Communications on matters of Slalo or Local interest, respectfully solii-lted. All orders for-Job Printing left at this offlce will receive prompt attention. ? Ag...

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. — 7 August 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. PLUUijiiKD AT B. A. WEBSTER, - - - Editor! A. WEBSTER, PUBLISHER. TERMS: ?NB COPT, Ol?F? "??KAR, - - - ?2 00 Invariably in Advance. ^ ? _, mi A h ?? ? will cums ncr.rto you te Judgement; ?f??l I will bo rt swift wittie** ngihixt tho sorcer ers, aii'l against Hie adulterers, ami against tulse swearers, and against those that op pre** the hireling tn hi? wages, tho wittow and the fatherle-8, and Unit turn ashla tho strangor from his right, and to ir not me, sailli tho Loni of Hosts.-MALACHI, Ul, e. H?f i Cit. tTo aro not responsible- for the views ff our Correspondents. Ail vcrtisemcntc to bo inserted In the CITIZEN ninat bo received by Thursday evening. A'l rc iii? om on ts Inserted'nt One Drdfnr per lash, for the drat inse'tton. Further tr>rms can Ira h .nd on application to the Editor or Publisher. Communication-, on matters of StfltO or Locrtl Interest, respectfully solicited. All orders (hr-Job Printing left Kt this o taco will receive prompt attention. # .Ag...

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. — 7 August 1875

THE FREE CITIZEN. PCBUSHEO AT 3. C. Ml A. "WE BS TE i?, - - - Editor! A. WEBS 1ER, P?BL-fSTIEIt TERMS ; OH? Corr, Oitt? T?KAR, - - #2 00 Invariably in Advance. ? l ? - Abd I wi'.', c?ass ass. to yo? tc judgement; and I will be a swift witness against tho sorcer ers, and against the adulterers, and against Stlso swearers, and against those that op press the hlreling'ln bis wages, tho widow and th j fatherless, arid that turn ashle tho stranger from his right, and re ir not rn?, saiUi "tho Lord of lloits.- MALACHI, III, 6. We aro not responsible for the vic wo cf our Correspondents. Advertisements to lio Inserted In the CITUEKM sinst be received by Thursday evening-. Advertisements Insertad'at One Dollar per lash, for the first Insertion. Further terms eau be bsd ou application to tb? Editor or Publisher. Communications on matter's of State or Local Interest, respectfully solicited. All ordern for-Job Printing left nt this offlce wUt receive prompt attention. ? Agents and Corresponden...

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. — 7 August 1875

TEE FREE CITIZEN. PUBLISHED SAT U ii DAV, AUG. ?, i8?S. City Dlx*<eQ uyry. CITY OFFICERS. MAYOR. - - Joab \V. Moseley. CI.KKK. .-- - T. D. Wolfy. TREASURER. ?>. Williamson. ALDKitMKK,-Henry Washington. J P. Hurley, ll. Williamson. T. I>. Wolf? POSTMASTER. - - - A. Webster. CHUttCllKti. MKTIIODIST Ei'isc?>PAI.<'flutten-Rev Thomas Phillips, pastor Services, morn ing, afternoon ami evening. BAPTIST-It.-v. Mr. N >rri>. pas or Services, first Sunday evening, ano the second and fourth SMMIHV*. morning, and evening MKTHOIHST (?outil) - l?ev Mr ? aai bbell. pustor. Service* morning ami evening. Sunday-school. 9 A. M. Pltfc'StfYTKRIAtT.-KcV Mr ll mw l. evangelia. .Service.?, morning a- d aller noon; Siimhiy-sehool. 9 1-2 A.M. EPISCOPAL -First and third Sundays. Morning and afternoon. LUTHERAN*'HORCH -Kev Mr (lough, pastor. Services, morning 10 1-2. even big at. 7 o'clock. ? The passenger trains on the S. C. R. R. will pass through Orangoburg as follows : Day, from Charle...

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. — 7 August 1875

THE FJREE CITIZEN. PUBLISHED s?TCBDA?, A?i?. 7, io75. City Directory. CITY OFFICERS. MATOR. - - Joan \V. Moseley. Ci.KKK. .... T. D. Wolfe. TltKASURKR. ? Williamson. ALDKKMKN,-Henry Washington. J P. Hurley, B. Williamson. T. D. Wolfe PuSTHASTKB. - - - A. Webster. CHURCH Kt). MKTIIODIST ElM3C?>P\l.<'HURCII--Kev Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, inorli ll) jf, afternoon ami evening. BAPTtsr.-Kev. Mr. Norris, pas or Services, first Sunday evening. and the second and fourth Sunday*, morning, and evening. >DTHOI>IST (-outh) -Kev Mr < aui l?bell. pastor. Service-, morning and evening. Sunday-school. 9 A. M. PltlfSHYTKRIAX. - I'ev Mr Brown ."?atigelisr,. Services, morning a? d alter noon; Suiitliiy-sehool. 9 1-2 A. M. fcplSCOPAL -First and third Sundays. Morning and afternoon. LUTHKRAN< 'HUttCH - Kev. Mr Hough. pastor. Services, morning 10 1-2. even lug at 7 o'clock. * The passenger trains on the S. C. R. R. will pass through Orangeburg as follows : Day, from Charleston,...

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. — 7 August 1875

THE F?EE CITIZEN. PUULISUED ?5/11 tm lia i, nub. /, raia. City Direotof y. CITT OFFICERS. MAYOR. - - Joub \V. Moseley. CLERK. .-- - T. D.. Wolfe. TREASURER. &? Williamson. A i. OK HM KN,-Henry Washington. J P. , ; Harley, JJ. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe. Pu STU A s T'K ii. - - - A. Webster CHURCHES. METHODIST EIMSCOPAI.OH'URCH-Rev Thomar WtHS?ps. pautar. Services, morn insr. afternoon and evening. BAPTIST.-lt?v. Mr. Norri*, pus or Service*, flr^t Sunday evening, und the second and fourth Sunday*, morning, and evening. MI-THOOIST (loutit);-Rev. Mr Cam pbell, pastor. Service* iimndng and evening. Sunday-school. 9A.M. PRKSUYTERIAN.-Rev Mr lt row ? evangelist. Services; morriu tr and after noon; SahU?y-Fchool. 9 1-2 A. M. EPISCOPAL - First and third Sundays. Morning and afternoon. - - LUTHERAN('nOUCH -Rev. Mr. Hough, pastor. Services, morning' 10 1-2. even tug at 7 o'clock. ? The passenger trains on the S. C. R. R. will pass through Orangeburg as follows : - i Day, from Charleston, 9.48...

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. — 7 August 1875

SUMMER CONTRASTS. nu: WIFE. As von ?av. Colonel, hero it is ot?arinlUK ; ("Sweet OURCI, I be? f'""n waltz.-) V< ur llattery'ri really a'armtiiR ; 1 nm mire tl.nt you tcuow it I? tal"' lint 1 11 whirl willi yo? roumt for ti minute Jt,-t to i.row bow you orrod iu your hade, A ?:ilfz is ?mite aler- when you re in it Don't "*'? 1n,to *oti8ht my wa,sf ( irViVe*.) " pear ITilsbilul, I'm pennine; this loiter in luuiniHHs bora .it tho Spring*; Ev*-ry day makoa nu- deeper your debtor ' For HIP Inuit word? tho previous mail briugf Out oh! ?hat a vol?! tills my bo???ru - You t?tere, and I lier.' all aloin- ; No friends, if I oVn wished t>> choose 'oin You chuintai to vi ?ur desi; Uko a drone." Tin*. iirsnAsn. Hero Charle*' ' heh) lil! np this halltet ; 1'ili in tho champagne ami thc i?ic ; Sever niind If vim Hkoultl overtask it - Viii lt un with this bric-a-brac nico. Tlm-o Hutch t;irls will Boon mako it ligtitcr Alter tho dance and thu twinge. Throw in thew ci?ars. Strap it tluhtif, ...

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. — 7 August 1875

SUMMER CONTRASTS. Tilt WIFE, AK you Pay. Colonel, hero it is charming ! C Sweet angel, I boR for a waltz ! ") Y. ur ilatlery'H really *'"?>''"?; . I om mire that you know it in ralee. Hut I'll whirl With yon rouuil for o minuto. Just to provo how you urrcd itt your hu Ul-, A ?all* 1? 'pito nico whou you're in lt Sont noni quito*sd (gm <* ?w. (Writs*.) '.Dear nusband, I'm penning this lotter lu louonncsa boro at tho Springs ; Fv?-ry doy makes mo doc per your debtor ' For tho hiud words tho previous moil brings. But ob I what a void Alls my bosom - You there, and I here all alone ; No friends, if I e'en wished to choose 'om You chaiuctl to your desk Uko a drone." . Tim nrsn> <.>. Here, Charley ' help HU t., this haBket ; Put iu tho champagne and tho iso ; Never uiiud If von should overtask it Fill it np with this bric-a-brac nico. Those Dutch girls will soon moko it lighter Arter tho dance and tho swings. Throw lu tbuao cigars. Strop it tightop, Whilo I write a lino to ...

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. — 7 August 1875

BUMMER C0NTBA8TS. TI1K WIFE. _ AB you Bay. Colonel, hero lt is charming, (" Sweet angoi, I b?* for a waltz ! ") Ymir nattery'? really a'armi?g. . I ara mire that you know lt in -- Bat I'll whirl with you round for a minnie, Justto provo how you erred u your liuilo, Wi ?atti is quito nico f hou you're in tt PoiCt nom qnito eo tight on my walsh .0 -8 , aWft?Saiy^ '*A>IO " Dear Husband, I'm penning this loiter _luioaonncsa lioro at tho Springs ; ~Ev<-ry day makes mo deeper your debtor For tho hind words tho previous niall brings, mit oh I what a void fills my bosom - you tbore, and I boro all alono ; No frionds. If I e'en wished to choose 'om Yoto chatnetl to your desk Uko a drone." . ? - THE nnsnAHD. Here. Charley ! help, fill np this basket ; Put ia tho champagno and tho iso ; Never mind If you should overtask it . FUI lt np with tale brlca-brac nico. ThoBo Dutch girls will soon moko lt lighter After tho danco and tho swIngB. Throw In tncao cigars. Strap it tighter, :?> C . ...

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. — 2 October 1875

FREE .9 1 B. A. WEBSTER. Editor and 'Proprietor. A Weekly Paper Devoted to Temperance, Literature and Politioa. VOLUME IL* ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1875. NUMBER 8, TIMELY TOPICS. THE chttladisease is making sad havoc in Borne counties in England. TREASURER NEW says that tho ampunts paid br tho national banks dur ing tho last fiscal year as a tax ou circu lation was $3,86G,898.92. TUB heavy rains have seriously dam aged tho crops in Minncsotapit being es timated that already the loss foots up fifteen or twenty perTcent. of the eutire crop of the state. THE Indians appear to be on thc war path out in western Utah, having al ready butchered a number of settlers and miners. Troops arc being sent for ward to squelch the red-skins. THU success of the new Atlantic cable insures communication with Europe at much lower rates than havo horetoforo boon charged. The enormous capital now submerged beneath tho sea can only bo rando to pay a low tariff and large busi ness. ...

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