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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 3 April 1875

1 as pyaw " 'SATURDAY? MOVING AJ^UL I 3, 1875. 1| ] i .)>:? ii r tf?yi;</.Tx?itc:<tktr. hiii b 1 ? ;. SI8TRUNK. & RISER,! .. Have: HEMO' ki) ?cxt a r to;-r -\V;rMG^ELICY'S, Whtkk t\ic\} l&Wconiti&Uj ui>\ Hand a full nKsoHftcnt op , ... .*. . . , ."' . '1 Such as. ? ? 1 Kinim 3Ua*fu LA;'D' MOLASSES,' " 1 "FI.?17R. RICE, S ,,\ vr^V^.U'EE, ESSENCE COFFEE, CANDLES, STAUCH/ rniK-d,!1'''"' -POAI?. CANNED TOMATOES,' OYSTERS, ? $ EOIiSlELs, I'KACHJiSi S Alt DINES, . ;COXCENTRATED LYE, &c$ A lie above tin, will be glad to sec their friends ami the public at any tjiuo. | ?ALTHOUGH my losses 1JY THE LATE' FIRE'.tLtS fcEEX HEAVY", I am STILL | prepared to suppn n,y (vistonicrs and tho'puWio generally with everything iu ilia . il (mm* b Bry Goods, Groceries & Hardware ;. ,. !?.;'< I . i ? LINE at my-USU-vL MODERATE PRICES?'. D. LOUIS. 1875 tf HAS A STORE you piH find R.'tl eat WOljSKS on, red fTjouT l?e lij led St dies, vices lange liVri#7S^fC?<i Red u'lilt....

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 3 April 1875

l't'E?.^yEnY 8a>r?Bt^.y rf?HNXjro 1? TU*" jfef; ORA^QF.miidQ NEWS t'QM^Y.r^ ? CKO. BOMVBK, Maringor o> Kimmcf^ SATURDAY, APjRIT;3,187ft. " r. / /<! /The .Execution 0/ Wjn. Anld. 5 f Uhn?A /CaoWo/To "Witness/tiie Scenb ?his Statement from, the Oallows. ?a??U In i'r.i'A r. /il i ? . a Yesterday Wni. Aiild, the inudvrcr of '?>"- 'fli'ft^ei"Olidtsori, was hang. The crowd ,l,itl which?' was ' hero1 twoweeks ago was small jflf{'|compared,; to Ajiat ,of yesterday. Early in i! r>'ilhei morning our -streets wero lined with people,' white ahd black, who seemed caper ^ "'to See the'culprit.' Auld, nay th* penalty of jijir, his, crime, The, ",a7 was cleudy and rainy, biiii butideapUe Ibis unpleasantness, men, women ''"I'an'd"' children commenced early to take their J,fU: peaces'''near'the gallo?*, wldch they held ,,.,;[j( unfilw the rope 1 was cut, and the body of W7i? Avid pronounced dead.' *ii?'?m The galtowB wan erected South Ea*t of tho Jail.' ?rid was about twelve feet high ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 3 April 1875

i the take Jrange laterial freceived i intend to to retain the future rtisan paper, fin its conduc pple,'irrcspectivo lainited, as much It 'taice tempters and Je/rs,t th ay come.with fon the brows of youth; fappcur with wreaths of of deformity. They in theff delusion; thev ids of torment in' tuei^lirjflictions. ?t every man, young or old, in town cut I- the above , und paste [Uj ip his hat. tcoially nexcly married men. If it does not et past errors perhaps it will act as a (icntor against future temptation-. ? It will as vidi for the kitchen as the purlor,tho lrawing-room as the bai-room, the pulpit. the rostrum. Iks 9 TEA I AS O -FLOWERS?_ Who would think of such .1 thing ? Yet ?it is done, and the parties; if known, should be taught a lesson. When a lady labors hard to ornament her place with rare flowers, end finds that they have been stolen by uoiuc unknown pcreon^ language, fails to describe her feelings, and we r sympa thize with her. We have known people to rob graveyards of ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 3 April 1875

?i .1 .-.i; GUANO, very highly ammouiated, , LAND PLASTER, 1 * PERUVIAN GUANO and LIME, that larce shdro of your patronage which I so generously e fire, I guarantee'LO\V PRIC-ES-nnd^ AIR DEAMNJ& call ani pxamino juy new qtore And fb^Vock, and oblige \. \ Respectfully fouf}, ? g f <g EORTJOHN Groceries Choice. pjiAt^ JNVITES .THE ATTENTIONS t|IESfiVJ>E rS A FRESH SUPPLY QfcSEEfb lOA'lCS; ?ND .^^W?slfir?SSORTED STOCK of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, consisting i^JrKWtf GOODS, CANNED FRUITS, if$s V , : : .OYSTERS U ^ f . I *0., &C. TOMATOES, ?*? *?i?S I lift ^"?Wt??-^.. ai& \ Bicon, pry Salt, ? Coflrce> S?hufe omnaked ?? r ?ri Sugar* ^efff^rap^ VJ 1 Tens, Pickled beef, Wines of all kinds, Tin ware, u *Tri Pearl Grot, . Smoking tobacco, ? r.-aln -BoRedGruit, 1 Chewing tobacco, Meal, . . : Liquors, Ale and Segars, Two hundred barreh of Flour to be sold in thirty days. ~f for ?azlitt & Co's JBitters. |^ - ICHAfcL & BLUME 9to ;liton ? pcncd in the RricKj Stored coiner o...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 10 April 1875

??vi? MH-X^J.-j. VOLUME 9.1 Ah* r.-i GOD^^NdBTR country. 1 - SATURSj^O^N^T^KlLToriirir ALWAVSlIN A?VANCB. NUMB-FIR.'8 stioa o .?I Jof T. Olivero*,' ?nd also of Deponit Book No. 96] Branch, in the nnmo of the Bald' in trust, and that I will ttiroo monihs from data for a renew- ".ZZif Garn?, and for such dividends aa raflatteruo J th;rcon, to the Tra'sloo and Com it too of v theeaid Bank, at Columbia, S. C. E. ROSA C. OLIVE ear 6?1 fun 8m Qualified lixfitrix. NOTICE TO |THE I.AOIES AK1> GENT OF ORANGEBU _ jpnruu tuu; ugS in tllf tuO 4 JMENTS.mOT burtneasjs afctpo tho tfflo. Ofe^wlH' B.i^\*cr. Wxjp' tomers at tho shoeat notice, apt 11 j ?0 DENTIST Mo V. MVJCKENFl OP CHARLESTON can TO* ??kefji iaV*W ALTHOUGH. MY prepared to f-\ ? ; y ray ec ttHfi LATE FIRE HAS'BEBft HEAVY, I AM* S??L &?d th? publio generali/ with ororjthing Id tk? f , groceries & Hardware MSEot my tr.VAC. KODSftATE t*BtCK9. D. LOUIS. 1875 tf =fc=b NotwithslWiding the OBEaT *Htfe atfd tho LOSSES rufet with, I ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 10 April 1875

\miatf ajwuijao ^fova&oMjpAy\f * Jj mA)MJT ^HUSt AKglslatftiEdl^r.; , ' UK(K_fM)lij; V.dQlnt)"gor' o.t. ^lifoft. j Tho Supply Bill. 'This bill", whioli.'i.s now in the hands ot the Governor, is too deeply * \ dyou| in/ fWiit^to commend itself to his saucti.on. Governor Clmmberlnin, byMiis db-nii*and persistent course ou? Jhe Bide of retrenchment and reform, ^lilts' fcn'doaVod' hijnsdlf Mo the people \ ,/pf Uii^tut'eV.' yft^ ljru# t^lii?? tri "wilbndt spoil his sph ndid'record,' mor' 1 Bully his' jjrilliantly 'eanicd^ laurjel^ 1 by steppiug aside from ;he natfj of *; duty ' {6 ^please the corrupt ring, through whose influence a greati'nmhy quc.il ion able clnims were paeied Uy the General.'/ ascmbly, ."T|i(c supply1' bill provides for a tax levy to pay, a number of, jjtjst such claims. '"The ninety thousand dollars to.be raisc?! to pay 'the pr.nling deficiencyfiiaan? unblushing fraud upon the State, and never would have passed the'LdgiflloM ture but for tbc money spent by the pri...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 10 April 1875

John Lewis is running up Mr. D. Louis' st ^M^^SfflP timVS JC5^LA.1I:J fitJ Theodore I^&f?&*?fflhJt B&??cT/QdTrf Villa" lot, is frnmsd. clA llOt] One of the delicacies of the season?Dr Duke's soda water. ??rs-tfTiTW? JfrfjJ We never 4TJ?rA^riinlfCloses kl He's rrhM^&\p^^^&d^K M?ga^l^flr^i?aMonoaoP4hB tTo^^fftrnrl) fik? V*r lotl jn a certain quarter, on hand for sale cheap. vontemplatcs putting up a planing nu1 hear the rivor sometime this Summer. Hon. S. L. Duncan wasD^^^L ? "day last. lie was an^ Jfct?ve^iftHp||,tffCHt worjecx.for reform;in tlkojliutt Lcgfcilay.ire, ?^TO^?H grb^tfniSy^era I i^r-tho-Tttotit^y-Trappcaraneo^ of n Dr. Dukes. J .apt We hear of serenades, and /pretty 'songs. Vhcn shnll wefto'arHfa frcdAlhig? ''^feweet nmi^ ? #smm* mn Ii .*llB^r A"na I'ickjniion will lecture in ^^hhBla^Sn'Tu^d'sV crAV ]Wlr}*W ^fitophero and lecture, Miss Anna? There is some talk of getting up a German s splendid iTnlo'ihTr - JT- qTt /1. i Tf; I unite aftair near Wo Ther...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 10 April 1875

.TO "MY" -"?.' friends ?n?: ? |ffp|i|? : 1AM HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THA'jrrHAVFTHIS DAY RE MOVED to my NEW AND COMMODIOUS BTOR? | AT MY OM* STAHJV !i And am now receiving my ENTIRELY NEW STOCK of DRY GOODS, GROCERIJESTSJtEDWARE, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Saddlery dhd Harness, Wood, WilUw'attd " Glassware and Crock" ery, $c. I a nt also prepared io furnish Guanos, andf Fertilizers in any quantity; of vrbich I Am now receiving 500 TonsUXIWAN GUANO,'" 5 1 ,? ^ 100 Tons DISSOLVED BONE, ?00 Tons ATLALTIC PHOSPHATE, 100 Tons ACID PHOSPHATE. 200 Tons m FRANK CO.? PHOS* PHATE. 100 Tone FI8H GUANO, very highly ammoniated. Also, LAND PLASTERr-*"?1 ? PERUVIAN GUANO and LIME. Hoping to retain that largo share of your patronage which I so genejously received before the fire, I guarantee LOW PRICES and FAIR DEALING to all. Please call and examine my new store and now stock, and, oblige Respectfully yours, jQn2ito v, GBOKGB.H CORN?LSOIJ. C. D. KOETJOHN , INVITES THE ATTENTION OF THE TBADE TO A FRESH SUPPL...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 17 April 1875

< . =-3_jj_______ . ^TT-~ ? ' I"? .. ?'? ?.___^_I_ ._ ' j' ?> y ~"~ _ TWO DQLLABB PER ANNUM. }._7_' '' ( U ) i.) .A. N' 1*.) ?TJU COUNTRY. ~" ALWA^ IN^dVI^OE. ? VOLUME 9.- lsATU^T>AY,MOANING;^PEIL TT.'TsS " NUM15EH 9 A CARD. Dr. J. ?. WANNAMAKEE is in pos session of the Receipts and Prescription Rooks of the lute Dr. E. J. Oliveros. AU persons desiring to get nnj ofv.tho, above Preparations or Renewal of Prescriptions can do so by calling on Da, WANNAM?KER, mar 27?3m ?trh?i Drug Store: iron S-A.mil. ONE RESIDENCE"" R>? ?own of Orangeburg, containing six LARGE ROOMS, with all necessary OUTBUILD INGS?fine Well of Water, Garden, Orch ard, ic. Cheap and terms liberal to$a responsible purchaser. atjs? A RESIDENCE of smaller dimensions. Cheap for cash. A splendid FA R'M on the edge of ? Corpo ration line. "Will be. sohl cheap, and on liberal terms, A; splendid Trijick Farm. . ': Aljjo $ .. A very desirable LOT, with Small Dwel ling. A bargain. Apply at dpi 3?if TIIIS 6FF]CE. T...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 17 April 1875

>TTSWB M TIMES. iSSCKD 7CV EHY BA.TUIIDAV MOUKIXO tiY THE oKAKaEMjna mays com cany._ Tfi?TC.-AN?KKWS, Kdit^ " 1 J. FKhDEK M BY BUS, Assistant Editor._ URO. B?LjVB'ft; Manager o'J^n^c^? SATIiIU>AY7?prtl 17, 187 ft. Hem or et Fidelis. Thus Staads our Governor 1 When wt throw to the brcczo our banner in tho last campaign, and inscribed upon its folds tho name of Daniel H. Chamberlain, as our standard bearer for Governor of this State, and an nounced him a* an honest and an up right man?the man who would re deem u?, as it were, from the slough of d?spond iuto which wo had bacn thrown by corruption, scathing and | deluging bur party and State iu ever lasting, disgrace and damration? when we said, and swore by it, that if elected, he would tu.n pure water through the augean stab'es, and cleanse them of its stench and fillhi nCB8?we were laughed at and scoffed at, rebuked lor our audacity, and set upon by white villinns, Mack fillians, and dirt-eaters, who, in their combina tions, tr...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 17 April 1875

L O C .A. Hi. Cotton planting is going on now at a sharp rate in this County. - ????>?<?? ? The now street is to be opened soon. Let her come Mr. Mayor. - ?wm ? Dick Kortjohu was at the Baptist Church on Sunday-night last. The new census will probably give Orangcburg Couuty another member to the Legislature. The Democracy all over the Country are jubilaut over the recent triumphs of their party at the North. Howe's Pump ia getting up in the world in improvements. The place is thriving fast. We publish elsewhere in to-day's is sue of the Ncics and Times the delin quent laud list. There is some talkol a joint stock company being formed here, for the purpose of building a large, hotel. Mr. E. Ezekitl has the finest gar den in Orangeburg. His cabbages are great big things. Mr. Addon is in his new store. This is the third time he has risen from the flames. Tuesday night last was nipping cold. Frost fell slightly, and gardens suffered the consequence. What a pity that the trcos in t...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 17 April 1875

TO MI , friendsV and customers I AM HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT I HAVE THIS DAY RE MOVED to my NEW AND COMMODIOUS STORE And am now receiving my ENTIRELY NEW STOCK of ^Xl^O^S, GROCERIES, BARB WARE, ?rs 'v Boots* tc?ricl Shoes, Hatsf Saddlery and dll -y-^rness^ Wood, Willow" and ; x:Glassivare and' Crock -'^ ' ery, $c. I nra n!f;o prepared to furnish Guanos, and Fertilizers iu any quantity, x>i v?hich I am now receiving ww^dipnB ETIWAN GUANO, , , 100 Tons DISSOLVED BONE, ? 1 500 Tons ATLALTIC PHOSPHATE, 100 Tons ACID PHOSPHATE, 200 Tons E. FRANK CO.'S PHOS PHATE. 100 Tons FISH GUANO, very highly nmmonintecl, Also, LAND PLASTER, ^f,?. r , : , . PERUVIAN GUAINO and LIME. oping to retain that large sharo of your patronage which I so generously .~ed before the firo, I guarantee LOW PRICES and FAIR DEALING J?prec Please Call and examine my now store aud new stock, and oblige Respectfully yours, janJlto GEORGE H CORNELSOJT. V^^j^IfEES THE ATTENTION OE THE TRADE TO 5A: I'BESH SUPPLY OF SEED OA...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 24 April 1875

id TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. } ?^=,--^^?^^ int.?-aruc GOD A.JSTD OTJR'vGOUNTRY. ALWAYS IN ADVANOK. bona VOLUME 9. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1875. NUMBER 10 a card Dr. J. ?; wan nam a K Ell in in pos neasion of the Receipts and Prescription Books of the late Dr. e. j. OHvcros. AH pcraoni desiring to get any of the above Preparations or Renewal of Prcpcriptions tan do bo by calling on Dr. wannamaker; mar 27?3ui At his Drug Store. FOE SALE, ONE RESIDENCE i" U'o town of Orangeburg, containing six LARGE KOOM8, with all necessary OUTBUILD INGS?fine "Well of water, Garden, Orch ard, &c Cheap and terms liberal to a responsible purchaser. ATJ50 A RESIDENCE of smaller dimensions. Oho.ip for cash. U.uk) A splendid FARM or. the edge of Corpo ration line. Will be sold cheap, and on liberal terms. A splendid Truck Farm. also A very desirablo EOT, with Small Dwel ling. A bargain. Apply at apl 3?tf THIS OFFICE. fire insurance; a.gbngy. Having secured tho AGENCY of the "City InsurancB Company or ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 24 April 1875

NEWS <fc TIM-TggL JSflUBD EVKRY SATUUDAY MOUH.^.Q :?Y THK TH?DC. ANDREWS, Editor. I I \ J._FKLDER MKYKUS, AgfljgtgJtg Editor;_ ?KO. BOLIVRBj Business Manager. SATURDAY. APr? 24, 1875. Louisiana. . . The Louisiana coniproml.se has not lasted long. The democratic majori* (:f}y iu the house has violated tlio letter and spirit of the Wheeler compact by os pel ling four republicans and seating fpur democrats, thus securing a ma jority on ' joint ballot. Tho senate, wl\ich I.ias.a republican majority, wt.l ' probably go to expelling democrats, or tho republicans will leave it with out a quorum. The bouse also adop tod resolutions to impeach the state auditor. It would appear, that all "?'hepVfor peace and quiet in Louisiana must bo abandoned.' ' . , ; t ?io !?'. : ? . Parker'in Jail. ;i < . ; This t^gpntleman was, arreslcdj m Coiurabia on 'dir? 2lst. inst,' upon . the .affidavits of Gov. Chamberlain, T. C. . ijuun, S. W; Melton, W. Bluish and Paris Simians, as commissioners of tho S...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 24 April 1875

^?Tlio nfefobertf???of tho Lutheran (^iuroUxontcmplutQ.pu.rchasing n new organ. Not a bad idea, There was a nipping frost hero on Saturday night last. Ice was formed and the gardens generally suffered severely. On "Wednesday the weather became cloudy, and rain eet in. Fire and overcoats have been resorted to again. When will wo have warm weather iu earnest ? Jimmio Cannon, at Fischer's, is just tho boy to keep a saloon in first-rate order. He has everything that the drinker and smoker wants. Giyo him a call. _ M^ , mm 1_ Frank Briggmann bus enlarged his advertisement, and is now offering for sale a choice lupply of family grocer ies. Read what he has to say for him self in another column. Tho spelling mania is going the rounds now. The Green vi lie New? wants to get up one iu that place. AY hen you succeed let us know, brother Speights. "We have a devil to match against yours. The Charades, for tho bcucfit of tho Baptist Church, is to come off next week at the Elliott Hall. We under...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 24 April 1875

HAVING JUST 0iT5NED A FIRS FIRST GLASS i GEOCERY ^VjNn^?L.IQXJOIl STORE, ^j^X^'^?ld 6nli thdaUcntipnl .of ?. tli'c public'to Iiis' well' Bclcctcd Slock of ? BaconjFlour, T.jfii'cl, 33iztter,/Molasses Sugar, Coffee, SyiMU^ O^ii qooas, L.IQTJOJLLS &c. ?^?ki^^rW^mS^ scovill & pike 4?&4&$&$&?mr?&-Saac.it-w ii&acm ?? lit ? ;? .?, ? fl&oburg Pakery. T- ^>>A^I|^^^OTTI, Proprietor. '*$ffd? fill Public at all Times " t-nR-BSH BREAD, CAKES, PIES, FRUITS, CANDIES, TOILST SFTTb, and every^^.D.^cvipUou lP.f J,aacyr.Qood8?... . ?MkMlng ISllal WMm hortest Notice L'h o; CTu&hias TOYS and PRESENTS for Children'JiMjust been Received .to mm AND . CUSTOMERS AM IJ?rPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT I HAVE THIS DAY RE "M?VF/Dlt?^^ STORE AT MY OLD STANf), And am now receiving my ENTIRELY NEW STOCK of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Boots and Shoes, Ilats, Saddlery and . Harness. Wood, Willow and mm?, Glassware and fr'ocli _ CTi' SCO. 1 (inValso prepared'lo furnish Guanos, a...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 1 May 1875

TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. J VOLUME 9. GOD .A-ISTD OTTJR COTTTsTTnY. slWRD?Y^MORNINOrMAY 1, 1875. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. -? ._jj_?-rr; rrirafce: I t NUMBER It"' i ' VJ ! NOTICE i? hereby civcu of tlio loss or destruction of Certificate of Deposit No. oUl, Orangcburg Branch, Citizens Havings flunk of South Carolina, issued to the lato E. .1. OHvcros, deceased, and nlso of Deposit Book No. W>, of same Brunch, in the name of the said' E. J. Oli veros, in trust, and that I will apply in llircc months from dale for ? renewal of the satno, and for such dividends as may accrue thereon, to the Trustee ami Committee of iliOEuid Bank, at Columbia, S. C. E. BOSA C. OLIVEROS, mar G?1 am 3m. Qualified Executrix. NOTICE TO JTIIE I.Al>Ii:S AND CiEXTXEIttKN OK ORANGE H? litt, MOSES M. BROWN, the .Harber pledges himself to keep up with tlie limes in all the LATE IMPROVEMENTS, as his business is sullicient. to gurunlce the_Anbnyc. JJe Jvill be found ittglnffi ^"ldjj s(Wd. j?v?}r^rcaiJyi'to serve Iiis c...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 1 May 1875

& TIMES. issued tJVBUY 8atuada Y mousing BY TUB On.vnobdd?6 news compaNY._ fT?TMV. ANUKKWS, Ktlitor. J. KKMtF.lt WjjVKRSj Aaristant Editor. ?K?. BOMVKB, HnalnftHHjlalinger. | SATVlRi>?Y/?I?y 1, 1875. tirconville Daily News Straight Out. Tho Daily New*, of Greenville, is outspoken in fivvor of a straight Democratic ticket for 1N7(?. The ASurs wants no compromise with Republican.", and says if there beany of the latter who desire to go in for Reform, they can unite with the Democrats. The Newt supports Chamberlain now but evidently would "go for himp if ho should run in 1870. Tho X?Ws and Courier. Tho trial of Capt. F. W. Dawsou of the N?ir? ami Courier, indicted for libel, coma to n close on Tuesday hist. Tho case occupied seven days, and was watched throughout the State with a great deal of interest. Solicitor Ruttz and D. T. Cobin, Esq., were Attorneys for Bowen, and Gen. Conner, W. D. Porter, Brnwlcy and Smith, represented the defendant. On Tues day the jury was discharged,...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 1 May 1875

L O C A L,v_ Whooping cough is very prcvulcnt now. Wallace Cannon's garden plows take like hot cakes. Dr. A. M. Snider requests us to state that he will be absent from his office during next week. Augus. Fischer's counter, in his bar, has been repainted, and beauti fully grained by Mr. Venderlip. Mr. Moseley has a beautiful steed nt his stables, which he brought with bins from Charleston a few days since. The base ball season is here. Why don't our young men get up their clubs and commence their usual after noon games ? Gardens are recovering from tin r'cciit frosts. Irish potatoes are look ing fresh and green again. We have heard of no green peas yet. Tho Sumter Watvlihmn is twenty five years old. The WuivftmitH is a good paper, ai.d has none of the errn'-ic gush of tho Trite Svttt/it?n. Gov. Chamberlain arrived home, from his trip to Massashusetts, on the 27th. The Governor's speech at Lex ington was a master piece of eloquence, aud is universally applauded by the people. f ? ? - ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 1 May 1875

I OltMllG DRUG Slit !, jmiyr iiiii ti<lm ....-., -BY ,? A lull and Comply to Supply of' Drug?, Chemicals, Bat cut Medicines, .! :t Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils, Cigars and Tobaccos; etc. Always on hand. All of which arc ollercd to (lie public at mud cm to prices. i^l'i?HOripti6il? im* W thcahorieit c.oiieo Orders-froin the Country will receive strict and prompt attention at the ,..... . ..... OrnngobiirgDvug Store!" L. RANSDALE, Opposite MULDER'S ODD STAND BROUGHT ON STREET. lias and will constantly keep on hand a full supply of OlioiOG I^AtYEXlTiiiY g no c KiJI i such as Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Bacon, Flour, Lard, Butter, Tobacco, Sogar*, Confec iectioncrics, Cakes, Canned Coeds of every description. Bolted and Pearl Crist, and Meal. Also many other useful articles that the people are obliged to have. Call around and .see if we don't suit you both in prices and goods. S3 STT^r.. jM?lliiiarv and Dross j\T;ilvin<j> Wjafihavo juat opened n MILL INAKY STOKF in tJ^ingoTiurg iit th...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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