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THE FREE CITIZEN.
SATURDAY, ?PRIL IO, 1875.
MAYOR, - - Jonb W. Mosel ev.
GLERK, .... T. D. Wolfe.
TREASURER, B William sm,.
A LD KUM r.s.-Henry Washlnston. .1 I?.
Harley, li. Williamson. T. D. Wolfe.
POSTMASTER, - - W. E. Williams.
Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, moi ti
big. afternoon and evening.
BAPTIST.-Hov. Mr. Norris, pastor
Services, first Sunday evenhur. and tin
second and fourlh Sundays, morning,
METHOOIST (south).-Kev. Mr Cam
pbell. pastor. Service- thorning and
evening. Sunday-school. il A. M.
PRESBYTERIAN.-Kev. Mr. ft rowu
evangelist. Ser\ ices, niornlti?r and after
noon. Sunday-school. J) 1-2 A. M.
EPISCOPAL -Kirst and third Sundays
Morniiifr and afternoon.
LUTIIKUAN('IH:RCII ---Kev Mr. IInu<rh.
pastor. Services, morning 10 1-2. even
mg at 7 o'clock.
Thc passenger trains on the S. C.
Ii. lt. will pass through Orangeburg
as follows :
Day, from Charleston, 10. IS a. tn.
" from Columbia, 7.30 p. m.
Night, from Colnmina, 11.53 p. m.
? from Charleston, 2.20 a. m.
FRIDAY EV EX INO.
Ordinary. - - - 111-2 & 12
Coed Ordinary, - - 12 1-2 & t.'I
bow Middling, - - 1?
Strict Middling, - - -
Connecticut lias gone Democratic bj* a
No election by tbc people in Ithodc
Old Tray, we have no doubt, was au
honest dog, but it was bis fault as woll
as misfortune to bc found in bad company.
Thc Union Herald has called upon
Judge Andrews to tell what he knows
about tho passage of "those claims."
Thc public schools in many of the dis
tricts have closed as a result of thc in
formation obtained atibe trustee meeting
ol'last Monday. Thc meeting was vi ry
successful lu accomplishing Its object.
One of tho speakers getting somewhat
ctVa i-ii?hd. w Ip.-ii ioriuiuuV-li
We wish to explain to our readers
tbc reason why several personal
squibs itppcarcd in our last issue. It
is not our style to expose or attack
any one unless first attacked or we
see that the exposure is a mutter of
great public interest. A copy ot' the
Xctvx and Times came into our pos
session before our going to press ami
knowing thc author of certian personal
allusion, all that wc said of a per
sonal nature was elicited in reply;
Allen Brown was not one of those
who bought sonic of that mortgaged
lund but there was a transaction in
rclflOiice lo some land in which Allen
Ii row n was interested. We have am
munition enough on hand, bul il is
not our purpose or desiri- to use it be
fore the next campaign. One who
gives a hit ought not to complain if
thc compliment is returned.
Orungeburg, April Gili, 1875.
Editor Free Citizen :
Dear Sir :-Enclosed lind an ad
dress written by William Auld and
given to me just previous to bis exe
cution. I promised him thal il would
be published, so send 3'our a copy for
Free Citizen. Thc original I have in
J. S. ALBERG OTT I.
WORDS OF WARNING, THANKS
AND FA KWELL TO MY
Orungeburg, C. II. S. C., Mar. 31,
My Friends :-I am truly sorry for
thc misdeeds which I have committed
and brought disgrace to your county.
I ask forgiveness of all, and especial
ly thc relatives ol* lintier Goldson and
and hope that wc maj' meet in heav
en. My Friends, I beg you all lake
heed and live lo God. My friends,
tho world is wicked follow not aller
the world but turn to God and live.
Love God, serve God and praise Him.
Love one another, do good to one an
other and no harm. And now Friends
take heed, give to God, nt all times,
praise. Keuiember what I tell you,
always turn to God, worship Him,
delay not; you may live a long time
but put not off for to-morrow what
should ho doiiu tooday, for you ma)
bc disappointed in putting it off. I
thank my Friends for their sympathy
and visitations and. prayers which <
they have made for me. I hope they
have done inc good, and hope they |
will continue in prayer and faith fdr i
themselves. I trust God will bless yon i
all for your faithful prayers you have
made for hie and all other attentions.
To Mr. J. S. AlhegotU. Mr. Weh
ster. Rev. Hough, Mr. .Ino. Locus,! :
Mr; Ilubbell, R?v. Mr. Brown, Kev.
Campbell, Revs. Phillips. Y??iiiio
and Brisbane, in.\ thanks ii? you di
lor your Gospel truths ami Int- Mu
gr?n! i liierest, which \t>u have t.akc-i j
to lead me into thai everlasting 1 i a 11:
May Gotl bless you and ina\ wo mi-o? 1
in heaven. M\ thanks lo Mt. Ph'ti
lip M. Gray, (jailor,) lor kin-. .<..?>-!
shown mc while in prison. Also m .
thanks to Mrs. Dr. Salle). My!
Friends, retnetnber alwnvs lo serie'
your Got!. 1 bid you all farewell.
Good bye. (Signed.)
WILLIAM V. ALLI).
Ott Sunday last. Marshal Wolfe
was informed by some (d' Ibo work
men on I/.l.u iV: Dibble's new ollico
thal a mau was in this vicinity whom
ikey recognized as ono who had com
mitted a murder in Augusta several
j months ago. Marshal Wolfe discov
ered thal a tuan aiiswerinu thu tle
j -cri ??I ion Of th? tn ti nie ter lind been io
I have his fortune told, had left two
dollars anti was expected to return
las soon as the fates could bc consult
ed in reference to his destiny. The
fortune teller was well posted as
to thu suspicions against him andi
when bc returned accused him of br
ing a murderer, when lie instantly
lied. Ile was captured and is now
waiting for a requisition from lite
Governor of Georgia. The man's
name was Rubin Curler. We under
stand bc luis confessed thc crime.
Banahus Williamson has ?ned thc
FIIKK CITIZKN for ?5:20,ooo damages I
done to his reputation ! Think ol the
plethoric tcputatioii of a county clerk !
being bled ivy a few squibs from our!
feeble organ to the tune of $20,000 ! j
This is certainly more effectual sci-'
nave further use for it.
Next week we expect to publish the,
complaint of the same 15.malms Wil- ;
hamsun, omitting the dionis after the!
lirst verse, lt displays great legal
acumen, and is worthy thc profound I
.study of every aspirant to the legal
profession. We shall charge li-*tIii
for the advertisement.
All thal wo have said about said
Barnabus Williamson has i teen stated!
from good motives and for justifiable !
ends and we have faith in oui- .dulit\
to proie in justifica!'-m tin' tin li oil
..Senator Andie vi.? iii: r..?tue?-o :? U
had pa:?eil Hirot.gh Itu- SCn.il> . j -I I
resolut iou r bulbi", i iu> iiixi - <.> pi ol'*
city I .st, l?\ ihe hm- lin; in oin .-ii. hu
? lie resolution ?va> lost io lin- Hon?..
Uur Stfnator did his pan "l thc w..rk.
[.v. ten ii- Tim *
We uro (pule willing to ai vi; Senaioi
Andrews credit for any gond win k, und
wc object to tin- above extract nilli so
lat* .is it has a tendonc)'to relloet upon
ibo Mouse delegation. A hill was intm
d i iced ni thc House ti? rubato the luxes
mi ill the property '.IUMtoyed hy tin- iii-?-?
while the "joint resolut lon'1 provided f'?r
the- rchaicment of laxes only mi such
properly as was not insured. As lhere
were similar eases ?II oilier counties, ii
seemed to he thc opinion ol' thc House
lhal liles? should bo ali provided for in
one bill. So (he committee to which was
referred Hie House bib reported nula
vorably. Tittil thc ..joint resolution"
was loM in thu House wa- not owing lo
any lack of interest, energy or influence
on lin- pari of otu' leprcseiilalivc--, bul
to Hie fact thal it did not reach the
I House in time to get the required read
ing io become a law. and as tho result
I sha red tin? l'aie ola great many oilier
bills anti joint resolutions.
Why tho Ends do not Meet.
There are thousands ol' families in
?this country mid abroad w!u> have
j always diilicully in making ends
i tweet. Many of them tire diligent
j workers and earn well, but their pur
pose of cottage and comfort are frus
trated, and their purses empty.
They arc constantly falling short ol'
their desired goal. They arc of that
j large class who arc ever making mort
gages upon their earnings before they
Minc received. They always Halter
j themselves that great successes are
Jiu store Cor them next year ; so they
go on spending foolishly in thc monn-i
time. Thc wants ol* these people are
never satisfied. Like spoiled chil-|
ilrcn. that which hangs so gracefully j
upon tin* shoulders of rich neighbors ;
they must have. Everything that con-1
tributes to manhood und independ
ence is saeri?ed in order tb get it.
Thal was not thc way Benjamin
Franklin mounted up to high cnn 1
nonce in financial and intellectual i
strength. He earned before he spent
and always expended with thought
ful judi?incut. His in\cst tnciits al-i
wavs hioiiiihl horne good returns.
Ile >\ a - I he fi ieml of si niggling wort h.
and I ? .cause a wise spender he was
capable "I" giving :i helping hand
where help was heeded. Franklin
always made thc cuds meet, anti
lu Jped others to do so.
In the mutter of domestic expendi
tures we have lost, the common sense
. d' ..ur forefathers, and have conse
quently missed ihe contentment which
distinguished I beni. We must, if we
would he independent and and able
b? help others, have reference again
io first principles, and refuse io en-,
crouch iq mi capital, dealing spurng
ly even with the interest income,
riie family that would he prosperous
and powerful lor g.I inn-' reduce
ilieir wants and increase their t xor
tioii<. lu the dai of activity and
high wanes preparation is lo he made
lor lainey days; and how can this he
ito tie; if. in llie swelling lide, every
mendier ol' lite family with f?r?? and
feathers is aping thc style and out
lav of families whose income is len
times as great.
What shall we say ol' that laiuc
..lass vilio daily waste, ave. worse
than waste, dollar aller dollar upon
ruin tim) tobacco? Who is surprised
that these pe..ph- nitor ? while are
unable to make cuds meei, and thal
their families are I li ri ll less and ex
Ir?vagaiil ? There are thousands ol
smilies living in fashionable and ex
pensive ([Hart?i s, sweat i t?LT and schem
ing to equal their neighbors in what
is ea led gentility, ordering IV mi tin
market canvass back ducks and thc
choicest cuts, who are wasting their
substance and beggaring themselves.
In tht; course of timo i>-n>>'"
apostle, St. Faul,-had a trade. Ul
ai ways made lim cuds meet. Ile
wasn't too proud to work at thal
trade for his daily bread even when
he was the 'nearer of heaven's high
commission. ( ile would not be bur
densome lo any. Of course he never
11, uro wed, !. h always worked.
.\.i 'londei lin i i-i .pie Here ready to
give iiiui tlieiiifehe?. Si. Faul was
ti great doer. He had no difficulty
in suiting himsell to altered eiroum
s'ances. He was content, iii any eon
D -ihn , hk>-our faeiib ?es, arc fl oil
(? .!. ann ll' >. inis'is,. ilieui, ceri:.ii
li ?- i heit- ii ll he ii Iii i \ m makin:
I he ind meei. ile ii- is nol Inn
like ? he c. iniin n. sen.-e ?.l" t lui-iiai
it\ lo make families comforlahh
! In ves) menls foi ot lui > never fail <
RiCAU AN IIOI'IJ A DAY. There WI
ja lad, who, at loni leen, was apple
I ticed lo a SOap (ieah r. One ol' li
j resolut ions was lo read au hour
I day, or at. least at that rale, and
had an oh', silver walch, li M him
his uncle, which he timed Ids readi
. by. He stayed seVeil years ,\i:h I
master, and ii wassaul whi n he ?
j twenty-one he knew a much a> I
voling squire did. Now Iel, us i
i how iniieli time lie had to read in.
seven years, al thc rate of one In
tulay. D would bo two I hon sam I I
1111 m I iii 1 and lilly live hon l's, whiel
thc rale ol'eight hours a day, wo
equal to three hundred mid len da
equal |(l fo?'tV-five Weeli' ; Heal!
! ycai 's i ending; Thai lime speii
treasuring up useful knowledge wu
; pile up a very Iorgo stoic. I am s
; it is worth trying for. Try what
cando, l?egin now. In after yt
you will look hack upon the (asl
the ino.sl pleasant and profitable
ever pei'fofuied.-Cfaidiny Star.
Sensibility would he a "nod porn
if she had hut une hand; with lei i
hand she opens the dour lo pleasure.
willi her lett to pain.
(iud is on the side of virtue; for
ever dreads pmii-dMUcui, sutlers il
whoever deserves it. dreads it.
akely Ls an authorized
nev. of Hriinchville. i
?.ut tm- iiii- paper.
II minn mi - mti i numil II in
-itillfAt'tltrr'l tin? vrnr mnlcr
. ct Mr. .-. MA Y KKS. Onlers
illctitlon nindi liu -cul in l>\
KINSM AN ?IK< >S..
i-i street, Charleston, S. <.".
ll SALE !
cccnl ly huilt
: [Na HOUSE
ililc part of Oraii.ucburi?:.
excepiiiig a purl ol" tin
k. lix1 material for which
'wo ?Hill :i li:ilf Slories.
lire?1 B?y Windows, hnili
.rr Inr a
:II?MI on a Very
j<: L O T 5
I KKK ASH TllUKK-??irAU
ll'eri'il for sale, on aecolliil
l< ci'ier ol' i In- owner. Tie
I - nil a person ol mea n
irehn-hi'j a St If I ilKKN
- ! i 111 ? i : . . <>!' ' >i*:iii??i*l?iiry i
i-i-. . : 11 ? 11 < . . r < 1 . .. I in:- invalids,
i-r- 111* |iiiliiioiiar.\ di-i'.i -
mi < liarh'Stoii. s. ( '.. eigh
l oin t oluiuhia. s. < .. mid
io- d' lin- mil? an- reasoha
irt'n-tilars may lu- nhtahii-il
In- premises, or otlicrwisi
i:< ?SA or.iivKKt is,
Urnugchnry;. S. c.
n-e rush of Business hus
me from w*rilling an ad
it. Yours, &c.,
C. 1). KOT.IOIIN,
ur<r, April lt), 1S7">.
OIMUI.VM ANT? LAWKEXCK
u rneys at Law,
! harte.? ton and Orangeling
WIM, J. imniOXD FOUIIHAM
[\ I). LAWKEXCK.
lal attention given to tin? col
chilies and prompt returi
ur?. March 20. 1875.
. liner Phillips has his oilici
Thursdays and Fridays o
Mis examinations are ot
donday nf each month.
. I ?UK KS,
? lealer in all kinds of
s and Medicines
has lind Nim- Years Kxp-'ri
?ti irs and M ed lei i ie- and lim rou li
tailds his lin-iness. Hr keep:
v on a largo supply ol < hind
. und in a
.class Drug Store
refill :ilIfiilion ??aid (<. tin- coin
ol I'lvscripiloiis :iinl nil order
attended to. ( all on him a
?.-i r I lni"5s Sii rc
buri!. K. ii. l.t. is;:;
A ia ii.IS A i: \ li.KOAH.
< ll VIM.I SION . I '., fell. I ?. l-7.\
?liter Tur-il.-i> . Kein liai v nilli, lin- ?"I
illjri-s in silic.liilc <-l' llii- Kuaij wu
il li IA I?\ V l'ASSKXl?Kli TI: M'S,
urie-tun - - - rt.I"? A "t
i uliiiiilila - - - -j.i.i I1 >
'iinliia ... i |? \
? liurleshin - . - ni:, f >
- IA DAI I" AS-I Ni TU \ IN.
iirlcstim . . - T.i'ii I* >
tMiill'Ic.-loll . . ||.:t'i A j
H.UM lil A SKJIIT KXPKK'ss.
(Siimliiys . M - ? . i < t ? - ? I.,
imle-tmi . - - 7.?0 I?
< 'iiliiinlila ... r, .?-i _\
.Illili I ?it! . . 7.1 I* .
: i liarlvston . - - H..|> A j
\rt;i STA NI?.HT KXI'KI'.SS.
ii.nK--ii.il . - . s.-.ii I*
il l lim If.-tim . . f. :?n .\
ilunilii.-i li.-i\ r i-si ii/cr Trains, ?dir
7 A.M.ami arrive ul ll.ilii I". M. wi
II I h.111,--i..H in. i I !i;in h ville? sin|i mil
ici villi- II H. i i.i ^. .-. Till? a|i|i|i<:i, I? >i
|l Illili . I < ? W ll li i|is.
- new "?elie lille a ri,.'oiiiiei'llnil n t
? u lill lin- I Inn Inn,., I iiliutililii .III.I Al
aili'innl ?il llieit- i.'i-iv-siui; neill hlllllii:
nil nvniil Hie 11 ans lei lin .-ir.-li I olumli
e na HM iiuii'k a M-lieilnle in IVuslilngti
?.'.-* Nuri" lis l?.V Un- "Hu i I mile.
MiK On rs on uh niftlil irtiins. It:i jitrn
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in this portion of our work.
.Since the unwise removal of the
Charleston Advocate, our work has been
enlarging and (Mending in this section
and demands multiplying for a local or
gan. The Charleston Advocate was for
two years published in Charleston. It j
was titi ri ng this eventful period in the
history ol'our cause in the South, one ol
the most importun) auxiliaries of our
work. Its removal left a vacant, place
here which has not since been lilied,
is an ol?! saying, .* that blessings brighten
as they take their ll't^ltt.*' This was em
phuticully true in reference to our da per
lor this coast. Many were taken hy sur
prise at its sudden removal and were
anxious for its return. Il wc had been
as fully advertised of the wants and
wishes pf the people in this section, he
l?le the transfer oft bat paper to Allanta.
><?a.. as we were aller it was done, il
j would never have gone from us. The
.1/ fli'-'iisf Advocate is a good paper an:)
ihly conducted, hut it is too distant from
the Atlantic const lo meet our local want?
. i hi- -I I lion. Our work on this coast
; dilVcrs in snnic particulars IVnih our ivor!
j in the section of Allanta, or the valley <?l
the Mississippi, ll s pi eulinr phases cnii
: uni he mel h\ those who live al a dis
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i /.I N. will he
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ADVERTIS E fil E N T S .
^?^L?USTUS B. KNOWLTON,
Attorney & Counselor at Law
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
]A VGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON,
Tlic undersigned lins opened an office for thc
.SALE of LAND.
Persons haring HEAL ESTATE to dispone of
will ila well to register thc same for snlc.
L irge farms subdivided and Bold ia either
I liryc or small parcels.
flood farms for sale at from two to fl vc dollars
per acre, on easy terms.
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