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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 February 1872

fi . - - ? "Oii we move indlreolubly firni; God and nature bid tho wime." ?; in a i) x j- tc :&^XGp&V&&9-- SiWTM ,CAKOMIA, #EDMESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1872? ? 4N O. OKAXGEB?llG TIMES Is published every W E D <N B S D A: Y , j' t'.UlUJn<;, (.1. 11.,.SOUTH CAKOLIN'.V f'-j uy ilEYWAUD & BEAKi). 1 srjisettirriox kates : / year, In advance?$1 for nix month*. <m ^lUNTIN/tl^ni all l\a departments, ly executed, (iivu ins a call. POIOTttV. Tho Whol? Zioiy. |fJ v,m?I'll toll you the Story, l'lvo very worda'that wore -\i*l. p i see die supper w.h ooolcui;' jAud-l wh? sticht:; some bread, ti I Richardcame into ihe pmtry, II". I.tee w.i'-t exceedingly red, j?d he opened hi* half-shut lin^cr=, . And g ive nifi a gliiupsiVnf a rin; ; Ami tlicn?oh! yes, I remember, The-kettled?e:rm tu snip. K?M l'anhy iu?tto ii with the baby, Tb? fciinniuge.it hunch of a thing. ..'a/ tin.' hi aeiits were out in n minute? ' Wei1, what (Mine next.' Let mit sec? Oh ! Fanny wa? there with her b...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 February 1872

THE QUAK GEB?RG TIMES, Oraugeburg, S. 0., February 14, 1872. J. R. HEY WARD, Editor. P. P. BEARD, Associate Editor, To The Orangebarg Public However great the surprise which greets our appearanee before you, dear readers, in theguiso of an editor, it can not cxeeed our own. If the circumstance of the meeting is as mutually pleasing, we feel fully assured that our acquaint ance is the first of many happy reunions. It is not without purpose, however, that we thus unexpectedly greet you. A community of men of Southern birth, rajs* ing and sentiment, entirely without any public organ in their midst, of kindred sympathy, to represent their views upon the issues of the day. we are to the out side world, without interest iu the politi cal welfare ofthc State, of which we form no inconsiderable part, cither iu up'n, population or .wealth. Meantime, there is in our midst, and has been for some time past, an organ, which has not heretofore represented either the agricultural or political inte...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 February 1872

jj ~ w. m. sain & co., ;fif $ IB A. iL. 12 RS IN GEOCEEIES, Fresh Supplies ^Received Daily. AjjlHER LOT OF SPANISH OLIVES, JTJST RECEIVED. C ||r N E D MEATS, Canned Fruits, CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO, YACHT CLUB AND JOCKEY CLUB CIGARS. ALSO DEALERS IM HOUSES AND 1?LSS. ,ik' lot on hand, for sale cheap. OUR LIVERY STAHLE?au fait accompli. W. M. S?IN & CO., CORNER MAIN AND MARKET STREETS, ORANGEBURG, S. C. in J1ELM THEODOR M?LLER HAS REPLENISHED HIS STOCK OF EATABLES, &c. j-MVE KINDS OF IRISH SEED POTATOES.? ANOTHER LOT THOSE FINE TONGUES. '13171CH HERRINGS, LIMBURG ER K?SE, BALTT MORE BALON YS, SHADINES, FINE BALTIMORE CANDIES. LEAF LARD, A.No. 1?in 3 pound, 5 pound, und 10 pound cans. LA It OK LOT OF SHOES, DRY SAI/T AND SMOKED SIDES, Western and Augusta Flour, Anotiier I jot of 10 cent I lams, Gii 1ST AND MEAL. 8*4"" All packages delivered free of charge. ': ~ W. T. XKC V -Xi L B XL. . __fei.ll_ 15 IJ L L, 1 C O V I L L & P I K E & - siii. ? ;. ..>..... Arc ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 February 1872

FA i i >. r A X 1 ) ? 1 I i KS II > E. Above all bluer fcniurcH wliich adorn the knauie character, doiieaey stands fcr.' int.Hl Kvithia the providciieo of good tnsto. \V a tVrs.?Wart? iuiv? bciii cured by the ?pjilifht.M '.i < a'ly (for a low days) of spirits il'.-uU-. Lt decs not stain the kin, or kayo a seal* where the warti have been. Good Ukmkdi">!.?For corns caty idioe.v; lor bile, extreise; for rhcuiuii lism, now flannel and patieileo; for gout, ioast and water.-} ihr the tooth ache, a dontistjfor debt, industry; for love, nintriinony; and for drunkenness total absti nance. A Good Jokic.?Considerable amuse ment was erea teil in tin; Sonnte at Wash ington, {.?ometiu^ngo, by tho presentation of a petition by Senator Scott, of Pcnn sylvania, pruyinj?'for the passage oI'jhi amendment '.'> the Constitution provid ing that no person shall bo eligible to . fUCo who indulges in intoxicating drinks. The Sotuitpr? scu'nicd to take the petition as a good :<?!.;.?. Someb...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 February 1872

ORANGEBURG TIMES. ?-?-j-~-:-;--~?;-;--;?j?j-, . : -~ <? '?-, n F*2R ANKUM, 5- "On vre *mpvp indissblubly firm ; God und nature bid tho Bame,Vij J jy ADVANCE Vol. 1. OR ANCiEI??RG, SOUTH CAROLINA, ''WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21^ 1872. Ko. 3. THE vOlUNGEBUlie TIMES Is published every \Y E 3) N E S D A Y , at v OiUNOKIIUW;, (\1I., SOlTIlCAltOIJNA \ IVY IIEYWARD & BEARD, v ? \ srnsniirriox i;at!>?: S?\n year, in advance?$1 for si\ months. V Xn\\ I'ltlNTIXti in all its departments, jic:itfy executed, (livens a call. p< > i-:rr i { y. , SAY COME. Say, come! a, word so simple, 0, speak when duty calls; It may win an erring brother, And save him ere he falls. Say, come! an invitation So gentle and so kind, May prove a friend's salvation, A . heal* for glory bind. fitvptSmie! to youthful maidens, And little children, too; And gather for .Christ's garner, Of Hindi treasures, not a few. Say, insu."! the tempter mingles A. cup witli poison fraught, And previous suuls are bartered, ,Th...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 February 1872

t U V: OR a In IM((I1Ss7 0.-ran?,ebnrs, S. 0., February 21', j]B72. J. S. II ICY WARD, Editor. Ei }h BEARD; Associate Editor. Present Issues. democratic maxims. 1. That the present gTjvcTninenF Is~a thoroughly organized^ wholesale robbery*. 2. That tho colored people are' used now only oh a legal mentis to ticcohiplish i 11 egi t imnte' robbery. 'J. That the colored people being free ought to vote for sclf-pr?iectioh and ought to bo educated as soon us possible to vote well. 11 . .i ... I ? ?' , id,nit. i i/' ? oillJ'j republican falsities.. . .!.'. if ? im iii 'i //oi'i 1. That they jujp.port a Republican form of government. That Republicans work.for the free dom of all men, when fliey maintain tho st rietest bondage over the (South; viz, That of taxation without representation, i % Thai emancipation had. anything to do with the war, except as an ultimate [ measure, instituted for the purpose of in ducing the murder of the whites ot the South, based upon the Yankee idea that negroe...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 February 1872

. W. M. SAIN & CO., :de Ai^iisits iist 6koceriiss ITresli Supplies Received Daily. ANOTHER LOT OF SPANISH OLIVES, JUST RECEIVED C A N N E D M EATS, C ii n n o cl F r Ii i t s , JFINE CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO, YACHT CLUB AND JOCKEY CLUB CIGARS. ALSO DKALKRS IN HORSES AND SnJI^Ef. A fine lot on hand, for ?:de cheap. h OUR LIVERY STABLE?au fait accompli. W. M. S A E N & CO., CORNER MAIN AND MARKET STREETS, fvl> 14_%_ORAXOEHURO, S. C. "WILHELM THEODO?7MULLER" HAS REPLENISHED HIS STOCK OF EATABLES, &y. FIVE KINDS OF HUSH SEED POTATO KS. ANOTHER LOT THOSE FINE TONGUES. DUTCH HERRINGS, LIMBURGER KASE, BALTIMORE BALONVS, SIIADINES, FINE BALTIMORE CANDIES. LEAF LARD, A.No. 1?iupound, 5 pound, and 10 pound cans. LAiiuk uh ui> SHOES, DRY SAL.T AND SMOKED SIDES, Weslorn an? Augusia^Iou:?, AiiotBoi" I jot of TO iront I'la-msJ GRIST AND ME XL. AH package!) delivered freu of charge. vt, T. Iii IT Im ?i:B ZU. feh 14 B U L If SC O V kh L k FfKE Arc almost daily receiving additio...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 February 1872

Speak Gently. Speak kindly, gently to thy wife, She knows enough of sorrow; O, scik not from each petty ill, An angry word to ho'rrow. For in her heart There's treusurcdl ove; Oh, prize its gohlen worth; One gentle word, one smile of thine, \'an ever ?-all it forth. When thou art harsh, and stern anil cold, And from thine own dear home The sunshine of domestic love In sorrow Hecks to roam, Upon her heart thy cold words fall And chill life's tender life; Then, oh,amidst thy trials all, SjH'.ik kindly to thv wife. Speak softly, kindly to thy wife; She may have left a home Of cherished love, ami to thine own Hut scarce as far have come, Though live or ten have told the time, And thou hast shared its strife? Whene'er thy loot-ti ps homeward turn, Speak kindly to thy wilt. :fahm and lMinisini:. ? ?-. ? __ _ _. zl When euttle arc kept out in the winter, it is recommended ns u useful practice to rub sonm tar nt the root of the horn, which prevents the wet IVoin getting between the root and...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 February 1872

Vi ?mt-tm m| ..??..?tu-; :>.y^-i Uerl ^tt?nnlq ' i?h<w -;-> ^uiiviMn -itln^M fjjvfl ulY ,'.] \i J :l< id Iii v i 'r V' /H -Iv! !' ) I |/A'> ' ,.t. -4.;, If .oD -OUMT!--.? .V'j Mi ._ .(..< hfl? frifatjrrta *ir* ."?????; : -v..;..- n\\ m iTTrfl ???: p f m, '.nullit., ?'? U lli ,i?->l.ol .. Ii.' vr* I.;n. J ? li'iji-i vi.!'> o.v UiJ? , ? -. ii '1" iill_- " '_?_ .^dl?_Ii_L_LI_ ! .< ' ???!'.;' ! G.v TJSMyvi.ii! i ?; idt Jn ./ishol brutr.l . ? -ri'H J-m.M il ? JL'!i::'ff'^LB lr? J>)4jv <>? Ol - - ' ' i ?i=ii \ .i.?iM-o I? rn;] tu'J fi^IuioJni eihij-in !!/ ?jo /Hwiriu-i tfdt maflH!?--'itrii.','.onOi.i(..IV?.b ! ? "? '": . ' Uv '' ?:$2,^R ANNUM, J-??"-?>.?.-vr . i no . yioilwonH .Jl tuj-waid-. v.mmuT. i " " *" '*?".?! i^rrri:n^ii.y ???i;r7 l-n^i -'.'i'Mf ? ;? iTT ' "Ott wb move ikdissoluuly bly fxrk; ''?od ?nI) 'NATijriK bid tue SAJ?.^ | ^,'"t '"^ IN ADVANCE W^u?. ?rd? r.^^u.'yio?A SOUTH CAROLINA, WB?NESDA^j, 0;FtEJB?UARY 28, 187%lwrinjA _I? published ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 February 1872

Amw ?"{?>.. -uiiJoir- itln-AM ',-v! ?IT .(.lii/.i.l /?.I f \\ ?IM ! fl > . i t?. h ami' i' <irJv U- .? > '-A^^r'i "r .tm"* -c'rit' '-". ? ' ? rS i.lvil hnr. Ii ?xrit ; 'fi|>u)jj( ?n*?' .nr-?r. I ?v.qtiyi ??jilt J,: lli-ii! S U -f . /"!'? .:l-m/:ll Hb BeB i {t ii j'.v ? i 'ti?-)]'-i v{,!< ? m.v r').,!// .-. I?'?!')?" <>? nt i?;ri >l .SVOi ,8f Yrsiiito'? ,.0 .3 ^ItfegaJnO lUiiimiUhie] fobutfJni sihij-in It/ G2 TER ANNUM, j- ?'?????? ' ' ?""On wk M?vk ixdusolubly firmj 'God asd''naturis mi> tub sa.ui.'" ' ,n -H v?uU?<iH H ?iiJ".'u<'l- wUml; . .'. . r, . r-i ?, I ' ! _^.A kt*^.rrrvqm-V'n/r-ir! ^mT^fft'Ti ??.';t',-r ' "' -c*<t? mi tun : in (If (tii yrltlo *n.ij ij-j^. advance .i^itilin!! b?^^ SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY ^EJBRUARY J Ui Annr, J_ Jw.tiuA No. 3 Tfi? ><)Mr\T,GISBUR? TJM'ljjS ._Ik published every v> ' 'WE DN'E'S DAY, at m1 "' x \':"i hS \ HEY WARD & BEARD. V . ?, I- ?r44 V ux'ft m?t / 8^nMcmr^^?^^^I?*xthb?:,:1,' ?'$'2 a; year, ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 February 1872

THE OMNGEBURG TIMES. Orangeburg, 8. 0., February 28, 1872. J. S. HEY WARD, Editor. F. P. HEARD, Associate Editor; _ , \\. . All article* intended for publication in the Times must be accompanied with the, real name of the author; not neewsa rilv for nublieatiou but as a guarantee of good faith. ? ?'' ? Amnesty. Of nil tho brutal and cowardly out rages practised upon the section of the United States, known ?s tho South, by the Congress of the TJfiitrid S?des, the dealing out of amnesty has probably been the most characteristic of Puritanic inability to entertain charity. Their hftllfch bitterness of soul and communis tic hatred of gentle blood, impels them blindly to keep under the political bail of diBfranehiscmcnt the men of our coun try, who previously to the war hud shown their cutiro power to command the South ern people. Our people had entrusted thoir lives and property in the hands, of theso our leaders and havo over since felt the brutal outrage that has been . systematically...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 February 1872

OLE?PIINGS. j Charleston"1 looks fbWard to an A'-' ricultural Fair next December. The Israeli ten of Columbia are taking Steps to have a synagogue erected. Charleston had a tournament on the Madam Januanckek, the German ac tr 3s, continues to delight select aud crow ded houses at the Academy in Charles London, February 22d. The Alabama claims excitement is rapidly subsiding. In tho Fiehborno case, the Attorney General has brought, 'his speech to a close, and the examination of witnesses, for the defence has commenced. St. Petersburg. Baron You Ottenburg,' the new minis ter to Washington, depart* Boon. Omaha. The track is reported clear, but wash es still detain the trains. Memphis. The stockholders of the Memphis & Charleston Railroad have ratifi d the lease to Tho*. R. Scott, and the South ern Security Company for ninety-nine years. . Thirteen women have applied for ad rni tsiou to the new school of journalism at Yale. The average depth of the Atlantic Ocean is estimated at 250...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 February 1872

[from tup frbnc.i op victor iiroo.] Since ty p^>yl?THl VttfSyX Ui>; .luinjjnjing,bo>vlj'. Since-on diyniuiiw my pallid brow I laid; Since I have breathed the sweet breath of thy naOTtt T2*JL ,B37KfO IlcT~0 A perfume hidden deep in depths of shade^ Fiuee from thy Htar I caught one brillianfbeetn. Not yite?UijaJJ fbtoVlr frJm thy'gaite; '' ' ? . i>bu!Bjfull Hponruiy/ii&'i?^u>lT(^ipg stream /. ' 4?Ae Mdif leaMuf-n WmHhy' young'joyous d:iXHJlAOI0 ill)AO Ytf.yi 01 Since I have heard thy murmuring accents, while Thy heart poured out its wetdfli of lot ?' "U,fvhfei;;| Since l^awyeej-tH^p JWP? h?fe 9ecn ^ie? tdnUC, And felt thy loving lijis and eye? on mine; flj Now T can say, while Hit the rapid ho'ursy l'njw?pass fore^yerjA no iu(>re grow old.^? . ?. Fleet fast awjrywHfli alt yuttr faded WoWe?|* ,,^tjne^qtter, qq jjnoul fci)<cidJ,/1nV hcirl ihalli ' hold. v'wing, in brushing bv, no droplet tlashpfijj 1 My* sonlims more of fire than Of ashes; My heart more jl.oyejt...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 6 March 1872

1. 5r .gimfegjitftO tW tew odw vwb5in>i? nl-oot ?aoW?| ' 4 . ?a\'<flfMO Ji;itri moil .*tirs;llijMM iov'l'i t~^TT!71[TiTrtT*^^>T *,?)* j h V i'il hi ! j, ? , Ym&? * *?ygggggWgjfe SP^ff lbi#t}p,-:FEPliBM)AY, MARCH 6, i87* .i.'ilrn.tuira ,h .i:nil iranitov -^ritai!1liuC'11 THE ORAMJsKGItS TIMES Is published every ????K ..<!?!? ^Irfl^W&gra fon iufi xi? TheblackStolth'sdaughtoyAia, ?1 A*aha look fromher iraUrafcettfajd \UnA dddW ,9T0U t BhslefttheehUdUhkiss, mul o.IT .*? -inland Wti:>r jfliU \r( bo^sTrf er?b? Ana dicta In nappy mood. . ,_ j WeWltf3pN^ d'f*~ HidhlJhUhuiabWiboa;' c ??vnli kc? WhihiaUabout vertfViaW ? 3"/*^ tyk\ff Pfflpb>U< Mhjw*o a 9? moo 3 a hr.: An But henav?y,tbpu^ofp?a^pjtt taw utrt? ^?ir^iirS^ffi??!? **** While Khe, with her kettle sWlngm^ bP0ii| Merr^y, tradgt^h?? way, no;.".m Mfr nnil1 Stopping at ){}??kjht of a^UxeW f> *><uk Catching Mmc.wild bird'?jay fartrg T>*i ud I' thought liow many a shadow ... If alwayjoaHnigil dinr/t...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 6 March 1872

jiaiiH bt/iiUill?vi l ::'!>in" ! I'f MUI "I _"0*fWB MOVE INDI880LUB^,Y _ VffOC.; G OD 'AND NATURE BID THIS BAME." iv. ? ' ' '? : Y#h Xh: .c :? ORANGEB?RG, SOUTIf CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1872. ,L>x ?n? 7',i!.' Vi? u^'l ? ^^a^"''"^"-'"''' ^1-UJi^Jll^' ?{ IN ADVAltefc No, 4 THE ORAffllti?fi TIMES Is published every orangeburg, i' sosocataRov ?Mfcifl^80 $8 * year, in- cd>anco-$l for bI* riwntha. JOB PRINTING in oil ita depcrtmcnta, neatlyexocuted.qivewhealh:n oiiup *<v. P?ETJRY. , ~~ A Dinner and A Kiss. ? ;.'( \y "I have brought yoo' diiineV. ftther,^1 Theblixksmim'edaughh&eaid, " v ' As ehe look from her arm tho kettlejd \li?t ?I ?odUftod, its shining bdd ii ddw ,sto*?1 "There is not any pio or pudding, frtftd iUM ^Hilflgtve' you^flil};;, Jm1v rf And upon hU toil-Worn f?rchead ... , Sho J*filfc* omTO&kfftV' i^doill .?ir \tlaud iW?ruf vd bs-??lft rrebf The blacksmith took offhin apron, , And dined In happy mood, j Wondering mach at the savor Hid in hi* humble ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 6 March 1872

TUE ORANGEBURG TIMES. All articlos intended for publication in ?bj> Jj^^miiKj^bn .accompanied with thc?r?^naroe of thp author; not. necessa rily ^J^tf jnftfinV P"r WUlTguaxjftntee of a ?oryan^^ u% fpT wawl to^gjfjre opjjr^ason why.Rjnp.nbliato ismis d/s^tofui^to^ pop ulatip^i o? 8$Jflfrl<fc, naot A su ort ;>*>:.: It ?eni8f J^h^ our, ^krraej,. attempt has ^^dffffHOTUrV reasoning, apparent,un\|farfthyj{ 9& \ .confutation. I AVc howjeyer., jt^|nk.{it jw,fts bo.th sound and good as jyjeJT asJ?|^pthful-t-an argu? ment' whjety caono.t<pe. cgi^ted.,. The editor of the Y$#waft ia>.hi& "Plain talk^' copcc^o^^ha^f]^l(pf utho .Republir can.ipde'm,f ^YO 4Ht9l?|8?WCft 'arid that thev a^o^^rnp.^,,,and,/asks> .whether wo p^rpRoiej^,, ^jya^ ^tefr.mon:ito the colored people,; whlc^e,, says-almost ;mo?. no^liao the Republican: honesty of the Stato^a^,weupresume he knows; We have rcpcatcdly, offered these,better men' to thejftj'jtypsBt?''. but igrossly ueceived upholders ....

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 6 March 1872

E ?BAKGEB?RG TIMES. All articlo3 intended for publication in tbeJTjjtfRV?11?K.tr,be accompanied with tho?re^uamo pf the author; not necessa rily j^j^ubjicatiou but as .a guarantee of cood.fnith. . ?.? I -X-? Why? Iths onty a.djaep., sense o?our, duty us a scryaptjofthe public r)u\l forces us for ward 'to give our reason why Republican ism is distasteful to tkejuutiyo white pop ulationqt our[State..x 3 ,tim K. ?<?.? It seems that our ,fbrmer attempt has been regarded as finsound reasoning, apparently unworthy of confutation. W? however t think it was both sound and good as well as truthful?an argu ment which cannot be confuted. The editor of the "^ows,",in his "Plain talk," couccdes that f^jv of the. Republi can leaders have iutclligeucp and that they are all corrupt, and asks whether we projiipiejto e^ve?, better meu to the colored people,; who..he 6ays almost .mo noid i*o the Republican, honesty of the State, aud we, presume he knows. We have repeatedly, offered these better men...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 6 March 1872

7 It is believed the Pope meditates an early departure from Home. Tho trial ^Hayfr iffTf?ot' misde meanor, commenced on the 2d, before Judge Daly. A terrible accident occurred in Ashley Krvx-rlmBtSarOTdayi'hy the swaraping of a flat. Fifteen colored men were drowned. Europe, in 1859, contained 66 indepen dent States?at present contains only 18. A South Baptist Educational Conven tion is being hdd*'it'-Nashville, Teno! Nearly all the, Southern /States are rep resented. :.. S?M rtf ? tTdd'd\{. Mayor Hall, says the New York Times, h4**tiuty^t& s?&l&a^1 bring against' them, and offers to bet that he will have them in the State prison. TJie.proper.[]ff?yi!toi':*?lk with your lady lovo in Tahiti in to put your arm routiner neck, an? she hers round your waist, and she hangs on your breast in a limply affectionate manner. A Washington statistician says that only one-half the number of children are now born to each thousand* Voineu that I was born in 1800. J. Stuart Mill says tha...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 6 March 1872

PAltM AND FIRESIDE. To Our Farmerik' Fooling that the prospAily If ou?oun^l depends upon that of tho farming com mumt^t^^i^^t^lo^^tefjhtit t?fle, and more space in our paper, to the in terests of our agricultural friends, than is usual in the county papers. . We invite 4tooraiaWafocrt in corrV ng out our plans, which are to make the a^ieu^ra^^l^fs^tfee ,f iaieJI,Ia.Bne dium through which they con ask for nud receive information from each other. We earnestly bbU the" ?safist&ico^bflhff I fidont that we can be of service to them, if they will allow us. By this wo mean, that we hold, out-:| selves ready, in thfa depajrlmeni of. paper, to represent tHe wnnuTofHne far era of our county as they are presented to us, and to do all-in our power to pro-1 Vnote their welfare. A mm To carry out the abov*? we need the farmer's help.u {?ejjtl nslofigln?T otWoJcs for publication,masters, touching the interests ht 'Smcuton^ the for^MuJ^oJ Jafianst propounded by another, it matters not 1 Only be...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 6 March 1872

ITB5 . .i ? ITA HM AND FIRESIDE. To Our FarmerA Fooling that the prosperity of ouf?ouiuy' depends upon that of tho farming com mnnit5^TO^rOp<W.to5eVj?toCmdrk tinic, and more space in our paper, to the in terests of our agricultural friends, than is usual in the county papery t We invite 4ho' aid of farrodrt "in ng out our plan?, which are to make tho agricultural columns of the Times, a me dium through which they can ask for nud receive information from each other. We earnestly ask thd assistance' of the1' members of the ?ountyv Agricultural So ciety (the Only body in our midst organ? ized in the interest's of the' farmer); con fident that we can be of servico to them, if they will allow us. By this wo mean, that we hold our selves ready, in this department of the paper, to represent tho wants of the farm ers of our county as they are presented to us, and to do all-in our power, to pro mote their welfare. ? To carry out the abevw, We need this farmer's help. Scud us original arti...

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