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"THE FREE CITIZEN.
ruiiLisiiKD SATURDAY, MARCH 6th, I87&. City T>1\~*3<3torys ClTX" 0FF?CEUS*. MAYOR. - - JoaU' *v- Moseley. Ol.KltK. - 'J'- D? Wolle. TREASURER, - - li: Williamson. A 1.1 ) K ICM KN\-Henry Washington. .1 V. Harley, ii: Williamson. T. D'. Wolfe. POSTMASTER; - - W. E. Williams. CHURCHES. HKT-iiootsT EPIscot*AI.CHURCH-Rev Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, mot li ing, afternoon ami evening. HAPTIST.-Rev. MT. Norris, pastor Services, tlrst Sunday evening, and tim second and fourth Sundays, morning, and evening. METHODIST fJsotttlO.-Rev. Mr. Cam pbell, pastor. Services morning and evening. Sunday-school. 9 A. M. PKKSIIYTERI AN.-Ile v. Mr. fVrnwii evangelist. Ser\ lees, ihorijhtg and after noon.- Suhdity-school, 9 1-2 A. M. KihsTcOl'?li.-First and third Sundays Morning and afternoon. LUTHERAN' CiiCRCn.--Rev. if r. Hough, pastor.. Services, morning 10 1-2', even liig at 7 o'clock. C?TTOtf QUC^TA'??ONS. FRIDAY EVENING. Ordinary, ... 11 1-2 & 12 Oood Ordinary, - - If,1-2 &13 Ivow Muddling, . - W" STrlet Middling, - -' - Towri c ii ii:; it. $nles-dny passed' off quite quietly. Wc are having genuine March ?weather. ti. G. Frederick and T. Summer's have bceh appointed notaries public. Edward Argo has been appointed tr??ir jhsticc for Brown's poll. Judge Reed has appointed C. R. M??es* as leg??l adviser tb the grand jut'y Of Charleston. Col C. C. Puffer of Charleston, has been annotated United Slates" Minis ter' to Brussels. Rev. D'. \V. Cut?in? will deliver a temperance lecture in this place on ? tlfc Jd'd inst. We learn that Mr. Danish's loss by thc recent lire in Branchville, wa? be tween ?0,000 and $0,000. Mr.-J. Ilrarkinn has hnctn reappoint-;- j od Jut j* Com missioner fot our eb?n'-j fyi There writ bo ?jctra st . ion oX? th^Toitr?! fre?d the hist MnndU) ?ii ! May. Thc County Commissioner*! propose to have n Court House that will cost from $20,000' to M 0,000*. Tr?l'? Justice Meyers bas ?n.t. crowded1 with- busiucad- during1 (hy. week. A Washington dispatch announces thc nppor'nlittiTn't' and conlirmatiou by the Scnalc of A\ Webster as post master of Orangohurg. President Andrew D'. White, Cf Cornell iinivcrsity, New York, lias been spending a day or two in Co lumbia, while on a tour farther south ward. Wc learn that thc town eotiuoil in tend increasing the liquor license. No afetfOrt tltfey could take would con tribute' mofe to the peace and pros perity of our town'. Judge Reed, at thc close of the criminar' Court in Charleston, on thc 23d,- sentenced four colored men to death for murder-Dennis R. Bunch and George, Hoyle and Jordan Ilar dce, brothers. Cur word for it, there is no better place to stop in Columbia than Rose's Hotel, A free omnibus from thc depot, and good accommodation nt thc hotel are always found in store for visitors to tho city. T. Kehn <fc Brothers are doing a thriving business. It is a matter of congratulation with us that while onr local advertisements are limited in number they are also select. Wc have no scruples in recommending Kolm, Kort john and Dukes. Tho public soon learn in whom to place confidence. The passenger trains on tho S. C. R. R. will pass through Orangeburg ns follows ; Day, from Charleston, 10.18 a. m. 44 from Columbia, 7.30 p. m. Night, from Columbia, 11.53 p.m. " from Charleston, 2.20 a. m. Wo learn that a petition has been presented to thc Governor, signed hy many of our citizens, and all thc prominent members of tho bar, urging the commutation of thu sentence of Gowan Ueud, to imprisonment for life. Such action by the Governor would not bb regarded so much an ex hibition of Executive clemency as a mitigation of a harsh sentence. C. ID. Kortjohn proposes to discon tinue thc retail liquor business after tbe 1-Glh inst. Wc woidd call atten tion' to his" advertisement, found in another column. We take pleasure in recommending Mr. Kori john to the public. Thbati who give bim a call need no advice where to procure iirst claas articles at thc lowest rates. On the I'Oth of this month the peo ple ol' Orangcburg arc to wineSs a ter rible sight.- Two young men, Gowan Heed and William Auld, neither ol them over twenty-one years of agc, ate to be publicly executed.- Circo m stances seem to indicate that neither ia guilty Of n premeditated!, cobb blooded murder. It is to bc hoped thal this fearful spectacle will have an influence to deter others from t.ie| commission of similar crimes. We notice that Mr. Mcllichamp re tires fromf the editorial management of the Orangeburg Times'. This we regret, as bc is evidently a gentleman of culture and integrity, and with* alt Of liberal and' conservative views. We arc glad, for bis Sake, bc has other and, we trust, more profitable business.- A mun who edits a news paper ought to have leisure to relish this literary recreation, and roust ex pect Icicles instead of coppers for bis compensation. The following is Mr. Mcllichamp's valedictory :; u Finding that my increasing du ties as teacher anti1 surveyor (remand my undivided attention, I feel called upon to resign my position in the Times willi this is'suc. Injny editorial control of tire pa lier 1 have endeavored, in my feeble way, to advance tliose principies of pure and liberal democracy, which, in the language of Jellcrson, mean, * equal and exact justice to all men, of whatever ?late or persuasion.' these rtews, 1 Imvtv ti?vci-given any;! serious :?;:?.-*?(%, rn-, being thoroughly:) s?t i *i lied with theil soundness um!" iib | ii ni a.! i? 1 ri II mph 44 Of couis?, a fl cr H?rVj i'su? I' will have no intKieuce in the conduct id tlie paper. I nt. i cini at lc:?st indulg? i ibu hope ibal de- cbaii ah ch i hov. i vacate may bc un.ie worl.ir.lv fdic ''." Wa gladly give ?dace i'i ou; r ?i . limns t.i 'bc card of oui' p.'jai n.i published in thc last issue of the Nev j?, j We pre-ni me tin'-. "'complaint.-. 'j will soon cease nuder ?he new . rangeiuenls made In our postiiias-e-, hut wc do hope la- will j Ute li the wi.-dics of lin; people by opening th olllcc on Saturday nigh', so thal the Colmnhiu mail eau bc delivered Indore thc following Monday : ? CA KO. Numerous complaints with rega?? to Hie postollieu under ?nv control, having come to my cars? il i* dui? ii? Ibu public and to myself thal un ex planation bc made. On account of hail health, which disabled inc, und ou account of th - loss of the valuable services ol' Mr. J S. Bull, whose system and ability in sured my respect and eoulldetice. in tho entire management of the otlicc, I was obliged to obtain a deputy fa miliar willi thc routine of btiHincss, and securing Mr. Ezekiel, removed the otlicc to his store, that he might give thc more undivided attention to it. Had Mr. Bull not received a net ter oller than I could afford lo make 1 would still have had his valued help. And had hu remained with mc, I would not have removed thc ellice. Had my own health been .?elter, I might have seen less occasion to move thc oiDcc. W. E. WILLIAMS, P. M. Bishop Haven. Bishop Haven has just made us one of his welcome visits. He preached ut Charleston Centenary Church on Tuesday night of last week, to a large and deeply-interested con gregation. On the following day he visited the Claflin University, giving words of cheer to the students, who always anticipate his vi ni ts with more than ordinary pleasure. Thc Bishop endures Hie peculiar phases of this Southern life and labor with remark able physical vigor, and au cxhausl lcss fund of cheerful good nature, t owtw?< I. i v i?Sfc? ? \ M?WHIM matoo -.-TU* ?j?fT*mrt? v ! v . ! which seemingly rend?is it pleasant ! for himself as well as others. Ile is j hound to win in spite of .Southern prejudices. Wc only wish his mean? iu all respects were equal to his inter est in our work. None of our young preachers would lack for books or the means of improvement, and our churches and educationalional insti tutions" would be above all pecuniary ctnbarassincnts. STATE ITEMS. There was quite a large fire in Florence on thc 27th ult. Thc house and store of Mr. A. W. Lyons were destroyed. Loss, 831.000. The grand jury of Lexington County have increased the retail liquor license from fifty to two hun dred dollars: Thc Town Council of Rock Hill, for thc present, year, bas fixed the re tail Hqtior license at S300, and thc quart license at S1?0. Coloi el L. C. Northvop'.bas been employed, by thc Attorney General, to assist thc solicitor in disposing ol thc heavy criminal docket in Edge Held. Hardy Solomon's store, in Colum bia, was broken into on Monday, am a small sum of money and n detached coupon were stolen-. Mr. E. A. Scott, wdio for severa years' hns bean the postmaster at Newberry C. H., has been removed Mr. Scott bas given general sat isl ac lion in his conduct of the olllce, es pecially among the business men. A young miss,- of fourteen, ot Co lumbla, S\ C., who is good at twisii I'rcation, has compounded 307 word; from the letters composing the won 14 Charleston." How is that for i variety ? The Phoenix says ? 44 The nll-iui portant question now is, wdio will ste) into the Comptroller General's shoes The naines of the candidates arc lc gion-General Stolbrand, Colone Fillcbrown, Lieutenant,Colonel Dunn Major Jones ami Captain Link Tim names of thc privates are om it let! .lack Lee, who was under thc stn p ..o- being :u jdii" !c<( ?ji thy ir.l? der of thc ?d*l cd.nod man. IM ?II. liicklcy-i at tho ? !veu-inde post, litvs Columbia ? lid? i-d hi msc! I', td pLsiVtVlv '?. !_:..!? HI vol, Lccdehh tun ing an . lb:,:.; lo do willi lh;.i ilia ionian ; say i h? cud pr-?'C :iii ..'." The Two N?vvsbpys> While passing along UMI.S1I?UU?? street oin.eui ng. n/y! aruliiiioi) Wi io bis compaiii??n > '.?Say, (. h uidic, ho? rr a h mi un ji:l> e \? ii: mu b .. -.:..... i" " ifllt \ -ti\ ! lUilS." I ...}t.;i v ! ; ?nit >o? L)..ii'i n your moi her b >>. nm-.-h you ha .mule} keep pun ol' il yimraullV' Tin* little fellow straightened u and, with great eiirnc'stness, i claimed : ..Do von think I would teil ; mother a In- ?" Turning io tbf little fell iv ?villi approving s-i--b-,- I - ii .. t'liat light, tu\ lilil? bo\ ; aUvav.s Jell i ..nub." Noble lillie fellow I if he ?iindi'? that principle of truth, he in HA ri from his humble position lo one ust fulness and honor. Honest boys make honest nit and honest men make happy bonn ?<>od citizens, fair dealers, true Chi Hans, and just b'gi.tlalors J while d honesty fills the land with sn tieri and wickedness, and peuples jads a prisons with holli joting and o Could granite wulls ami iron b: speak to us, they would tell us t sad fate of thousands who beg their do.vnwnrd career by deceivi and lying? This isa wicked nndp verse generation, and honest men ? hurd to find. Children, if you w to shun the downward ruin j if y wish to be successful and respecte if you wish to make glad the heart your parents; and, above all, if y wish to please j*our Heavenly Fath tell thc troth, for 44 Lying lips arc abomination to thc Lord ; but tl thal deal truly ure His delight." HEALTH SKKHKUS. It is sahl ll .Jacksonville, Floridans overrun w Northern visitors, so that hotels t boarding-houses arc uncomfortn crowded. Those who seek health that section have to pay a dear pi for it. Thc people will learn in lil that other sections of thc South more favorable for health. .??ri tmiiwiwi wwwu MK maw Publisher's Notices. -Hov. Mr. Hlakely is an authorized agent hu i ni- paper. -A. \V. Pinckney, of Branchville, ls ali nuinoHze t agent for this paper. New Advertisements. Sen o COMMISSIONER.' School C nmissi or Phillips has his ofllce il t on Thursdays and Fridays ot erich vv< t lc. His examinations are on the (Ind Monday of each month, jau. ??0-tr C. 0 KO RT JOHN ?les (he intention of rri:H3 TKADE ?a fresh suppl}' of -AND l'.? hi -?OK l'ED STOCK of GEN 1 : H?NDIGE, consisting 0| MY GOODS, silOES. HATS, Ac, &c. < : ; . . ?eel Frtiits, OYSIEKS. - v H DI NES. PEA? HES. TOMATOES. Choice Groceries, li \ ah. Coffee, iked. Sugars, lififetl. Teas, Heel". Till Ware. of all Kinds, p. iiii? SniokhurTobacco, Koli, o' \ Ciiewlnjtf Tobacco, Men] Liquors, .le and Sugars. I . . , nil ed barrels of Flour tc be s, , ?vifi blrry days. hazlitt & Co's Bitters. C. D. KORTJ?IIN. in ir. Keb 27, 1S75. j '..JKKS, 1er in all kinds uf I) a . and Medicines. lias bad Nine Years Experi aiitl Med'u iues anti ihuroiih I in a ' sss Drag Blore. ' m'en;;.... paid !" ibu ,-i?ni l???.Hl <. i.U .?..> t.'tio ur * ; I St' rv. :. Keb. j:5 : LIN \ ic.vJ3.i;i ja H. .orr.i:aiov, > ?.' ;. 1. i ., I?;.".. Ti.i ?ilav, Yt InM? > i'!|li lil?) lol iii SclpiUuiy ? ? dib. lt i|i'?| v in OA '.' i'ASSBSOKU TUA IS. i"-"::??ii- ' ' - ^ . uii . .\; ti ?.lila - . . '-M.'. !. M I ?1 ... ,| -jn I? M .Mri .: . ll:illaraton - - - IXAft V M i . DAY I'A SS EN? El? Tn A IX. .uni - ' - ".eil 1? M . , < . neilin . - . SU? A M . lill A SICHT KXPItKSS. tiuitliij > c cepleil. :..n . . 7.00 I> M V. I '. . ! : . oliunbtn . . . O'S- A M liiUMl iu - . - 7.1? 1? M .-ti;- . v loton . . - U,:? A 51 .10; STANIOIIT KXl'KKSS. it loton . . . S. io I? M li . lesion . . r> ?Jo A M I'lir hiiiiin D.iy l'u?8cngcr Trains, which ;. ... . \ M. ami arrive ?it 11.30 P. .M. will ('li Itifton ai?l Itratiiiliville) ?top univ I nt I? ?ml Ueoin?*'a- This appliee buln . lown trina. ? Ky iii in . Sithtt'inlu ii ?IOHO connection will ! ' ... i thc (.'lui Inllf, Columbia ?un? 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It was during this eventful period in thc history id* our cause tn the South, one ol the most important auxiliaries of our work. Its removal left a vacant place here which has not since been lilied. It is an old saying,k* that blessings brighten as tliey take their Hight.*' This was cm phutlcaUy true in reference to our duper tor this coast. Many were taken by sur prise at bs sudden removal and were anxious for its return. If wc lind been as fully advertised of the wants and wishes of the people in this section, be fore thc transfer of that paper to Atlanta, Ga., as we were after it was done, it would never have gone from us. The Methodist Advocate is a good paper and ably coud neted, but it is too distant from tlie Atlantic coast to meet our local wants in this section. Our work on lids coast differs in sonic particulars from our work in the section of Atlanta, or the valley of the Mississippi. Its peculiar phases can not be met by those who live at a dis tance bom us, and are not conversant with the. exigencies and demands of this section. The people will have greater interest for Their Own Paper, that lives and sympathizes with them than eau lie tl wak cued tur one coming to them from a distance, and managed by com parai Vi? strangers. lt will he larger than thc FREE Ciri ZKN. will be Issued 33 i- we oki y, at the low price of oIXE: DOLLAR ? YEAR SoYtu: oi'ihoablcst writers ol our eb arch j Uti.- -..?Mun will contribute lo \tji col*I .!....-. Methodist Ministers, of ibo M ?'.'j urijii. traveling ?.nd focal aro agents] ii- ibis pap.i ". j .el those who re/id iiii?i ?.lie: ai l a; o?ie? hi getting up a list ol'; -li'.i V-. ;';| Ali com inimical ions foe She Advocate j .'?io;.'.?: be directed to t?, at lill? place, .' I A. WEliSTEi?, ' j '.tr- 187 ti i>r:iii??chuVg. g. ? 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