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OR AN CEBU RC, S. C.
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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,
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SATURDAY, JULY 81, 1875.
No Strife among brethren.
jossible thul some of our road
[noticed ihe seven? t"nrn in
ka of our white friend? are
jk for robbing the colored
le, or at least, misappropriating
funds raised lo aid them. It seems
that the election of one of the Rt cr -
taries of the American Missionnry
Kocietj to the Presidency of the
Howard University in place of a col
ored man* was Ute occasion of this
recent expression of a long felt feel
ing of dissatisfaction. Thc New York
Wittie** has a good article on this
subject, from which the following is
au extract :
lu the second place the American
Missionar}* Association, winch see na
to be now the o'<jtct of special dislike,
was con aacneed lor the grand purpose
of espousing the cause of the slave, a
roost necssary and heroic work at tlu
time. It incured general obloquy for
its anolilion principles, its missionar
ies and teachers were violently perse
cuted and forced to flee from the
South, but in thc face of the rnosl
discouraging obstacles it did what it
could willi noble perseverance. When \
the war broke out it matle u most
strenuous effort to follow the Noith
ern armies with its teachers and mis
sionaries to aid the blacks as soon ait
set free, and willi the aid of the Freed*
men's Bureau it occupied the richi
with missionary teachers cs fa ht as it
was recovered to the Union. At one
time the association hud Ave bundi eil
missionary laborers in the South, anti
the schools they opened arc wc pre
sume, open still, several of them hav
ing been developed into colledges.
No society, probably, in the history
of the world labored n.orc assiduously
or successfully for the elevation of|
any people than this Society did for
thc colored race. It was the channel
through which great numbers of North
ern Christians poured forth their mon
ey .like water, to elevate ami evange
lise thc freedmen, and most faithfully
did it sppl) thai money. Nor is its
work over. It has some half-tlozon
m ell-appointed and most successful
colleges ai work in the South train
ing coloied youth for teachers, min
isteis, and missionaries. If the race
rs to be elevated, it will kc mainly
through these colleges.
Now, are llic-ne Northern donors
v wboconstitutellie American Mission?
I ?ry Association to be condemned
becaase they hnvc sleeted white men
to adroiniMer their bounty ? Surely it
was their busiuws to put men they
knew and trusted for wisdom, pru
dence, and ability, as well as integri
ty tinto the management of their so
ciety. Had they chosen Fred'k Dou
glas for manager, whut. certainty was
there that he would have done any
bettor than he has done as Pr?sident
'the Freedmen's Savings Bank?
'We do not for a moment imagine that
be was a participator in thc robbery
ofthat bank-~on thc contrary, we hc
rlevo in his rectitude-?but he bari not
the ability to perceive, or strength of
character'to prevent its depletion hy
the clever Washington ring of seound
reis who got themselves put into the
management for the purpose,.appar
ently of robbing it.
Jn ali missionary efforts it has been
funnel necessary lo keep the inaimge
meul in the budds of those who give
the funds, mid'not to put it into the
hands of those who are to receive the
benefit of them. Thc latter often
think tb -y should have the handling
of the money and the fixing t?f their
own salaries, hut this does not work
well, in some cases one of the ince
to be benefited is admitted lo the
committee of management, but either
lhe whole committee has to give over
the management into his hands on
account of his presumed superior
knowledge, or to decline his advice;
und in any case all itie rest of thc
race are jealous of him, and aro upi
to accuse him of favoritism and un
fairness. For these reasons we cannot
therefore, bininu the Anmreati .Mis
sionary Association for keeping the
management of its affairs from the
rac? that is lo be benefited. When
colored men gel their own inissonan
and educational societies, und sup
port them, thc.s will be in the rigii
position to manage them also ami
every one will wish that that day
may soon come.
With respect to robbing Kowald
University to establish a Congrega
tional duo ch in Washington, lin facts
are, we understand, thal a pat t of the
endowment fund ol' the University
was loaned lo the Coiigrag a iona I
Church lhere, which is said to ba the
only church in Washington thal ad
mits colored people on precisely the
asmo looting as whiles. Thc h ?an is
at the full rute of inter?s!, and is se
cured by property to nearly double
The colored men are right in doing
all in their power to foster in-mltoud,
independence, self-sup} ort, and busi
ness management among their breth
ren, but to distrust and denounce
those who have done somuch for them
is simply monstrous ingratitude.
Such cutiduct is somewhat akin to
to that of thc Jews, who cried concern
ing their best Incur and benefactor,
"Crucify Him! crucify Him !" and il
la calculated'to deprive them of Ute
confidence of their while friends gen
erally. We trust, therefore, that
Fredrick Douglas and other leading
men among them will not allow their
own personal feeliuu.t to injure their
race by obstructing the Htream ot
Northern sympathy and aid tor the
great work of their moral ?l?vation.
A Colored Man's Views of a Co'
ored Declaration of Independa nee.
CIIAIILE-TON. S. C , July 28, 187/>.
To the Editor of the Free Citizen.
Oravgeburg, S. C. :
DKAK .stu :-1 have read willi Rome
interest an editorial in your issue o?
the 2 1th inst., under the caption
"No interest in thc back man."
Your article commences with a
quotation from a Washington tele
gram noticing a meeting la id there,
the object ol which meeting was to
start a newspaper in the interest ot
tin colored people.
The following words from the quo
ted telegram attracted m\ attention,
as well ns you I li incl \ and sensible
criticism thereon : viz: "the general
sentiment of the meeting being thai
this was absolutely necessary, as the
white man no longer took ant inte
rest in the black man," &c. Now,
Mr. Editor, I am a black mau, if you
please, certainly in the sense in which
the words were used in the quoted
telegram-and, in the interest ol five
millions ol'the forty millions inhabit
ing this country, living under one
flag, claiming equal protection and
.equal rights and privileges with all
others, 1 solemnly protest against any
auch declaration as liping an u oaar
ran table and senseless discrimin?t On'
Sir, when the honorable, the gifted
and much res|?ectod Frederick Doug
las advised the colored people to de
pend more upon themselves and not
continually to hang on the coat skirts
of our more favored brother, and
also warned them of the design
ing ami unprincipled demagogues,
(nnd all of them arc not while men),
I agreed willi him and inwardly
thanked him for this I finely advice ;
luit, sir, 1 cannot believe that Mt.
Douglas, or even Mr. Langston, or
any other colored tuan who has sense
enough to know when he is hungry,
would endorse any such tomfooler
as is contained in the words quoted
Sir, the heft efforts of my humble
life (for ten yearn at least), and the
hrst efforts of some of the greatest
minds in the country, long before I
! was thought of oven, have been gi von j
: in ihe i merest, of that genuine repub
licanism in government which knows!
no distinction on account of race.
I color, &e. Sir, let newspaper* bi
owned and published ami edited by
colored men. We want them, und
want them badly, as coudujors lo
[ Harper'* Hct-idy und other papers
thai ci cr defend the black mau as
well as the w hite m m whenever op
pressed or discriminated agni UM as
au A mei ?can Citizen and a man; bul
sir, Iel us not put ourseiw- in the
it'diculotis position of going before
j the wot ld upon a "colored di claim ion
ol Independence,*-' as many under
j Bland the quoted wolds above lo
Let the black man abd the white
man, und r thc banner ot one country
and one citizenship, iccognize :m i
mulei stand the law ol m ul uni depend'
tucp, cultivate flielidly relations, each
respecting the lights and the lawful
privileges of thc other, without dis
criminations on ae.eotini or color or
ci reu tust anees of birth, and all will
This is the ?lilly of the while tuan
and the black man al ke ; Ltd* is thc
business und the work ol' the picss,
controlled hy white or Colored men,
ibis is the du<\ of the bom hy pulpit,
picas and losttum.
Ros pei i fully,
A J KA NS I KU.
OitANGr.ni'itG S. C.. (
Joh 2? h l?7?. S
KniTuK FltKE t 1TIZKN :-Il is M I
dom I hat I notice the cthisions o
lick-spilt les and Sycophnii's, but. i
recent account, pultlis'ied hi Hu
Xi-\cx and Courier, of 'h.- .IdHculu
which I became involved ina1 Ilium li
ville with Hall, my then partner, i
so utterly al valiance with truth am
Mt deeply steeped'in a gangrene pu ju
dice against tue, tba' I cannot rofl an
from making thc following coi ne
lu the first place H.dl was neve
proprietor of ?hu Blackville ?Sa?, tu
asserted hy the Braucht ill?! non ie
a-ri pi. T'ii? paper ?vas owned by ti
j??i illy ; mid, in the second place,
dill not tire 'Vickies ly and u h iii
regard for those on the phi'form." lin
I tied to defend'tn) 8 If as best le ul
under I he eh ct.tn-u unces. Pcihups
1 hud liol done this, lint had entere*
suit before a Trial Justice for a hui
. Ired ilolhtis damage to my chut nco
(un did the coi respondent afoiesai
. nee upon a lillie, al lei being accus
ol a eenuin clime laid <so>n in ii
bunks.) h. N w* und Courier A- ul
have nci ivc<l ?i d tfcrciit report.
1 am /mrs de onnb'i now Mi IC I
tor, and alumni loo weak io wm
but 1 want ihost >* lu: had eec tth<
scribendi ou thc brain lo Wno ', ilia
hope noon to lie able io delete! o.
self against lucir attucks no mutti
ni wh: t 'I tape i tie i tua, vom..
Y ou i H very 11 illy,
J. FKI.DKK M KY K KS.
Prayer in the Family
The first ('hinch was a tami
Church, t he first priest hood and mi
int ry were over a household, and t
fust social prayer was doubt less
I lie home circle. It is not. needful
be ai sued otu. or sent, forth in :
form of scriptural proof. Huit tho
should be pi ayer in th?* house. O
Methodist rules assn tm 'hat it i- <i
ol several other duties ?viiich i
..Spirit writes on li til v awaken
hearts." Such persons in iv negh
it, they univ decline the per for man
from lack of courage, or 1'ioui fn
cicd incapacity, but they cannot
clear in their consciences.
It is good for thc whole fauiilt,
wife, children, guests, and servant?
to worship God in this way. Kv
thc cats ami dogs, and other dom
lie animals, come lo leeogn'-z.' I
usage, and seem the better for
though they may not nu lers'and I
import as fully as their mante
Servants may avoid participation, I
they feel the influence, ami are c<
scions thal God is under the roof
above it . Careless and uugodlv nei
hors come to know if, and in spit?
themselves look upon that house
different from llieirs, and lx-ttcr.
i a testimony to tim world withe
witnessing for the truth, and pre?
jing in an humble way. Going
?church is in the line of respectabj
?and deep piety need not be Hippo*
?but prayer and praise dailv at hr
indicate more than conformity to
ilinbitfj and fashion of a co;ninii:ii
.ffr.' ?" 'i i i iwiO^nn
Can thai he called a religioushowie in
nindi liiere is no family worship?
The worhi says nay, an*l ?<? say we.
There may he pious individuals in it
i>ut lhere is no Church in the house.
It does not stand in the nggregile ns
a religious household, and its testi
mony in this capacity ia wanting.
R. R. ExcCK-lON TO OitAKOEBURO.
- The Central Chili ot' South Caroli
na, have arranged an excursion to
Oiaugehurg, for the purpose i?f a
celcbrati-ni ?>f emancipation m the
West India Islands. F ed Douglas*!
and other distingu?!?) ed speakers ot
this, anil other .states expected. The
meeting to he on thc Second of Aug.
on the ground* of the duthil Univer
sity.' Foin hands of music are ad
vciitised to he pie&eut. A good
timi? in expected. The Counnitlee
. ii Arrangements Say tickets for the
round trip ran (>? pri*chred al the
lollowing places, for the annexed
placet*. : Charleston to Orttitgeburg
and return $1 50 - J du. M. F cemin
*i leen vi Ile t.? Orangebnig 81.50
Wildon Cook. Columbia to Orange
to g and return, S 1.00-Couper &
TR?TLE*.- Michael Angelo was om
da> i xplaining to a visitor at his
studio whai he had been doing to a
statu?since his previous visit.
' 1 have retouche 1 this p-trl, polish?
cd that, softened this, feature, brought
out Unit muscle, given some expres
sion lu titi st lip, and more energy to
"Bul Ifsc arc trifle*;" remarked
"It m y he wt." replied the sculpt
lor;**biit re-olled that trill <s make
pea feet ion, and perfection is no
CANV SSERS wiimed f..r tw..
stiperii uoiks ot French mt. . Little Ibm
IIway toni lier Pels " ami lie pretty |eiir'
. 'l ite Du.m r. ned tin* Nap " TII'T
pict in es HVV worthy nf a phire \n vastly
h'ttn-9 llli*1 iieXpt-'i-iVe l*ll*Mltfll tor tin
-iinpiest Silling rapidly, tifi\ I'AKK ON
SIIJHT. Wt. ./iiiiruiei'*' ready SHII-H. !!*>nd
no ll s, an tpiiek n-iurii". .Atti active
per-oii ?Hil will 'nke hold can mike :i
haml-otm ine tue. Semi |ur mir lu-,
f..rm.-> a' i?itc?
.1 It Foul) it Co..
27 Park I'laee. New York
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SOUTH CAit?LlNA KAU.HOAD, I
t.'H\KI.I>I?I>. May is. IST.'I f
Excursion ticket* to'the following point* will
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g..tul to rel tm until firi?t 1). cen.be> :
(it-eeiivillo nu*l tettirri ? is no
Walhalla : i ii . i return . . - . 16 00
IVii'.leton alu! telttrn . . . 15 ou
Amleicoii ami return . . - . 1 titi
Spat tiinhorg mnl return . - . 13 00
siniio.? letlVi" lireciivil.e fin TtlCrtduyi i Tiiur
iliiy- -.n 1 S ett day*, ul ...von a. ni" for Mat
Itot.k Aklii-vii ?i and Warm "'pring*- N '".
S?.?ge- tin ii tm 11 Si'riiiK*' ?ul Cherokee
8,-riiis* ylll i-tinneet iluily iviib 'he Sparttiubiirg
. n ' u.itnu H.t.i 10.nl ut Iticli'? Hill Mild Sp.(rt:iu.
Im ? IC.
Thc follow in? .. cardion lickots will bi"! on aale
iinti' 1*1 September, -*no<i to return 1st Novara?
<\ hitr Sulphur -prim/? und return . O th
l.oti)!* il; .1 rh .ind return . W to
Snriitogu hr..- rrtnitf . -ts :"<
' cw port tittil rellim . tu rv.
Xi.up:nt I' ll - un.t return' . '?a HA
Ait Mu* ..hove tlcki't*. (?script IVhlli Sulphur
Spring .1 ilmifjr;- -brough New Yoi* either
going ot lotti riling. Swxeuil ronfea are olfci ed
to S 11 ?lio?:-, ami Singara '..ii-, i-oitie Coding A
little inuit than ila ib?vc figure.
Tim .m.y mo, oint.. 1 -,-:?III OU: nf ( riiir'c-ion for
above poiiiin, in.'klug tpiiek ti.11 lind clono eon
ncctioi; I- b*. tl)t- r->ao.
Thi> Ullin -diorlortt anrl tn>>-? direct route to
lilt! Vi g.Sj.i i. g- - 0..IJ- une night on Ute wuv.
Tieki-tc m .-alu nt ('Inn lort'eu Hotel mul Line
i-t.e'et o? pot. win i-f Time Table.-, and all infor
mation ?viii be furnir-hcil.
Jul} 3i-*t --. lt. I'K'XKNH,li. T. A.
?'. Ct nh/detr Pictorial flint'rry nf the
7'hnt's '-.. The best, chetipfst,
and mont tiitvct'ssfnl Family I'ti
pt-i in tin' Union
Harper's Week ly.
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Notices nf the Pr faa.
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he tainui ladies hy its fiislifcrii-piBtjPS iii
.mire-'* Variety. t<> the provident' ihidrrnt
liv its patterns fiir Hie children's elm le's,
? pulerfainil?a* bj its tasteful design?' for
mhroidercd slippers and luxurn.it's dYess
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he Hagar i- in-?forroh ol great excel
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IIAKI'KR & UltoniF.it-.,New York.
c. ?. m??f^isii
CONT?NTES to sell ins LIQUORS
and SEO A RS
He keeps on hand and is reeiving
daily, fresh supplies of
Anti a general supply of merchandise.
CALL BEFORE BUYING-.
S. II WILSON. J. T. WILSON
SAM'L E. WILD ON & BRO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer?
300 King St.. Charleston, S. C.
J^R. V.C. UTJKK3,
Dealer in all kind-; of
Drugs and Medicines.
Di Dukes has hail Nine YearsExperi.
'.nee in Di ii'/sand Medicines mid thnronh
ly uiiderstfitids his busbies*. He keeps
enn-'iKidlj i?n a large supply nf (j-md
ti-iiallv f?'iind m a
First-class Drug Store,
js%"*i ir? fut attention paid lo flu- com
piMindhig ?>t ('rescript ions and ali order?
proinp'ly al tended io (?ll on h mi ai
lev Popular Di UL' Sn re.
Orani!? bur Feb VJ 1875
JLZ a re 13 ar gai ri s
T. K0HN& BRO.,
Having removed to theil
New Brick Store, are now
better prepared to meet the
wants of their customers
Their elegant stock oj
SPRING AND SUMMEB
CL.0THI>G cannot be sur
pass ,d atjywuire,
Cull ut the old aland.
A D V E R T I S E M E N T S
"1 HAND 0PES1XUI
I will open c Iii-- morning a lot of iii*
Fineaft eas y
ever offered iii tiri* nia iket. c
UNCOLORED JAPAN OOLONGS.
A il iii . riler to cultivait) a iradi, fr?
(hot! Une prudes I will ?ell .Univ
A* IS ? Y LOW.
1 davtfa!.?ort:iieiveil thii morititig aiiothe*'
Solomon's Fancy Flour
Fresh pron nd ami M adu especially,
for mc from tho
Ipi neis t Soloctod W*
I have never liad a complaint ol
thii hr,ind of flour.
IMPORTAR? NOTICE !
Inferior KEROSENE OIL is no dan
gerous and so many accident? h ive oc
curred from its use. I have been induced,
ut the repeated solicitation of u?y custo
mer.-, to purcha*e a supply of pure Oil
for their use. I have just receive ter?
PURE WHITE KEROSENE
Of 131 Hie test. I will nell thin Pur?
Oil cheaper i han the saine grado ?if Oil
eau he Kohl at in tili? city. Families' u?e
;tii? tili? Oil are safe. Tho u*?j of th?
eilUiinoil Oil I* now
FLOODING THE MARKET
i equivalent to bringhik into the family
dei?!ruction and death!
1 have also reeuived:
i0 Tierces Fl ?ah Cured Davis' Haiufi,
10 l?oxe.s Cream Cheese, direct from
25 Firkin* Goshen Rutter,direct from
the Dairy, which haa all the
fresh ni aa and flavor of thc flow
5 Tierces of Haiti more Sngar-Cured
10 BurreU of Extra Me?* Mackerel,
averaging twenty ounce?.
25 Sat kH LiigHayra Coffee, equal to
50 Sacks of assorted Rio, by last Rio
With a full supply of
Fruin til ?. -ri.
My stock is full, with price? tow arri
good lime? coming.
* Thankiujr thc public for their very llb?
eral patronage, and soliciting Its contin
wince, I will do my best to merit th*
Columbia. 80. Oe.