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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 18 February 1871

GOT) A.TSTX> OUR SATURDAY MO vmANGEBOB?NEWS ;ur<iny Ttffrrniiige foDm NEjVVS COMPANY :o:~ RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. v for nne year.???? $200 m Six Months. 1.00 oemling TEN DOLLARS, for a v, iar^cribars, will rectlvo an iPY lor ONE YEAR, Tree of sending FIVE DOLLARS, ibsottbcTS, will reocWo inj, irccoi W ADVERTISING. Insertion.$150 ?v.#?f 'Vi 2d " .1.00 '-'4?^u&ll consists of 10 line* Brovler or %j?^?iolf>iAdvC7tiwing space. Ad?-.?.! t or' Notices.$5 00 H >i si ./sal of Guardians, Ad t s, Ex-cutorH, &c.$0 00 Contract ^Ivertieoments inserted upon the *tci liberalljTBis. ^UVUArti and FUNERAL NOTICES, toot ?xoc'HUnjjono Square, inserted without ?chcrge. Ten^Cash in Advance. ?fefiter^? SEABRlte BROWNING, \T LAW, orriCK at trraQKt'uti^ und Branchvillc. .8. O. Mr. MEYEUS or DROWNING will he at RranchviPr; ?^ery Moudny. K. :i. SEAUEO-tK. , SK?WLT0N &; BULL, ATTORN!-VS ANl> <'O?NSFLLOUS AUGUSTUS ]: KNOWLTON, CHARIT S. DULL, b Mr. KnonVon will t>r at l.?'ivlsville ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 18 February 1871

T GOD A TvT J7> OTJ R VOliUME 5. SATURDAY MORit: r THE "iRANGEBaBG NEWS PUBLTSITED A T Every 9 dnr?ny Morning. L BY THE rfrinma news company ' ?:o:? V RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. f for "-it year. $2.00 Six Months. 1.00 n> sending TEN DOLLARS, for n ow Subscribers, will reoolro nn PY for ONE TEAR, free of ny ouo sending FIVE DOLLARS, t K Clufc of Now Subscribers, will rcceivo j hZTsl corr ?v. ci:: ssersns, hevje. ] n^TES OF ADVERTISING. l|^i*l 1st !insertion.$1.60 Wtf " I 2d " .v... 1.00 A( f quM-l consists of 10 lines Brevier or %nevi?c)f>FAdvoTtiHing space. Administrator'- Notices.-...$5 00 Notices of iisA S50I of Gunrdians, Ad ijini -trt:t?;s', Executors, ?o.$0 00 Contract tlvertisornonts inserted upon tho rnost liberal terms. MaREIAGI and FUNERAL NOTICES, toot ?xceedinjjono Square, insortod without "charge. -:o: TerroCash in Advance. -ssa SEABR?DX, BROWNING, ATTOU^YS AT LAW, \ orncR at trraufccbuJS and Braneuvlllc, S. O. ' Mr. MEYRIIS or BROWNING will bc "Ut Branch villi y+vty ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 18 February 1871

mm\ -t Information has reached us of an other terrible tragedy in Union Couo ty. Kight prisoners were taken from the jail and brutally murdered on Sun day night last, by a mob of disguised men. A "speciul" to the Charleston Daily News thus gives tho particulars of the frightful havoc made of human life by these fiends incarnate "Tho facts of tho wholesale ruob-mur ders in Union County seem to bo about as follow;; A number of mounted men ?supposed to be about five hundred? appeared at Union Courthouse ubout 12 o'clock Sunday night, and proceeded to the jail. They demanded the keys from Jailor Hughes and Deputy Sheriff Hill, who refused to surrender* thorn. Mrs. Hughes wus then catechised as to tho whereabouts of the keys, but, being greatly alarmed, did not answer?merely pointing to a bureau, where they wore deposited. The drawers wcro immedi ately opened, ;ho keys obtained, tho jail doors opeu?d, and ten colored prisoners . (under indictment for the Stevens mur der) were carried to ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 18 February 1871

Information has reached us of au other terrible tragedy in Union Coun iy. Kight prisoners were taken from the jail and brutally murdered on Sun day night last, by a mob of disguised men. A "special" to the Charleston Daily Ncics thus gives tho particulars of the frightful havoc made of human life by these fiends iuccrnnte. "The facts of the wholesale mob-mur ders in Uuion County seem to be about as follows : A number of mounted men ?supposed to be about five hundred? appeared at Uniou Courthouse about 12 o'clock Sunday night, and proceeded to the jail. Tbcy demanded the keys from Jailor Hughes and Deputy Sheriff Hill, \vho refused to surrender them. Mrs. Hughes was then catechised as to tho whereabouts of the keys, but, being greatly alarmed, did act answer?merely pointing to a bureau, whoro they were deposited. The dravors were immedi ately opened, the keys obtained, the jail doors openGd, and ten colored prisoners (uuder indictmeut for the Stevens mur der) were carried to the hang...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 18 February 1871

?Wmm^mm--7 Information has reached us of an other terrible tragedy in Union Coun ty. Kight prisoners were taken from the jail and brutally murdered on Sun day night last, by a mob of disguised men. A "special" to the Charleston Daily News thus gives ho particulars of the frightful havoc made of human life by these fiends incarnate. "The facts of the wholesale inoh-niur ders in Union County scetn to ho .".bout as follows : A number of mounted men ?supposed to be about live hundred-? appeared at Union Couvthou.sc about 12 o'clock Sunday night, and proceeded to the jail. They demanded the keys from Jailor Hughes and Deputy Sheriff Hill, who refused to surrender thorn. Mrs. Hughes tvas then catechisod as to the whereabouts of the keys, but, being greatly alarmed, did not answer?merely pointing to a bureau, where they were deposited. The drawers wcro immedi ately opened, the keys obtained, the jail doors opeiitfd, and ton colored prisoners (under indictment for the Stevens mur der) were ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 18 February 1871

X, O C A L t SATURDAY, FEB. 18, 1871. The Episcopal Church ?.vill bo opon for Divino Services on Sunday, 19th iaet., by the Rov. ?. Mellichninp. Court commences on tho 20th. Tuesday nkxt will bo tho Sevon teeotl\ Aunivcrsary of the Young Americas, anl will be celebrated as such. Mn. T. B. LaqauE will accept our thanks for a complimentary tiokutto the Annual Conimonccment Baltimore Col lege gf Dental Surgery, Concordia Opera n<i??c, Thursday, March 2nd, 1871. Mr. Lagaro is well known to our rea <dVrs. He will return to Orangoburg mo nest month, and will com mence the practice of Dbnistry. Nkw and Attract; Vfi Signs.?We notico that Mv-ssr.-. Kuhn & Bro., have raised a mat and imposing sign in front of thoir store, bearing the firm name. &c. TVt?" .T?i?,A9 f1?n>ni>r, }\nm nl?Jn orrl??!r,nt ed his side of Main Street by tho crec tiou of a beautiful sign above his door. Ukeat Inducements.?No better |. bargains can be .had for n little money fithau thosa offered by D. ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 18 February 1871

LQQA Hi._ SATURDAY, FEB. 18, 1871. The Episcopal Church will bo opon for Divino Sorviees on Suttday, 19th ine*., by the Rev. S. Meliichamp. Court cominonces on tho 20th. . Tuesday next will ho tho Scvou teenth; Anniversary of the Young Amoricas, nnl will bo celebrated as nuch. Mit. T. B. Laoaue will acoopt our thanks for a couipliuiootary ticket to the Aunuul Commencement Baltimore Col lege of LVstal Surgery, Concordia Opera House, Thursday, March 2nd, 1871. Mr. Laguro is Well known to our rca <uVrs. He will return to Orangeburg .^oJ^ctimo next month, and will com mence the practice of DoiUBtry. New and Attractive SlONS.?We notice that Messr.--. Koliu & Rro., buve raised a mat and imposing sign in front of thoir store, bearing the firm name, &c. Mr- Jam^s flunniin ha? nbtn er?VJTJ'0l't ed his side of Main Street by the erec tion of a beautiful sign ubuve his door. Cheat Inducements.?No better bargains can be.had for n little money Jtbau those offered by I). Louis, at the ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 18 February 1871

1 t^a.j^?eiiiH-figJii^iteii?i-j?i^L^jji^'iJi-iuajJtjug Ij oca l ._ ? SAT?1U>AY,FEB. 18, 1671. The Episcopal Church will bo open for Biv'.no Services on Sunday, 19th ia*t., by the R.jv. 8. MelUchatup. Cou&t commences on tho 20th. DAY next will bo tho Seven teenth Anniversary of the Young Americas, anl will bo celebrated r.a auch. Mil. T. B. Laoaue will accept our thanUiora complimentary tiokotto the Annual Commencement Baltimore Col lege of Dental Surgery, Concordia Opera House, Thursday, March 2nd. 1871. Mr. Lagdro is Well known to our rea? d is. lie vviil return to Orangoburg woo next mouth, and will com inonce the practice of Dbuistry. < ?????? ?-awaimii -. Nkw and Attract:vr Shins.?We notice that Messry, ICohu & Bro., have raised a mat and imposing sign in front of their store, boating tho firm name, Mr. James Cannon hna oUn nrnnn^nt. ?d his side of Main Street by tho erec tion of a beautiful sigh above his door. Cheat Ikjjuc?mknts.?No hotter bargains can be .'had f...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 18 February 1871

pVktioh for tho improvement of I Tic ach Channel, hi Charleston IUrfwii Tn relation to it, the Charleston News "Captaiu Ludlow, as reported in our Washington correspondence, estimates that the cost of relucting tho wrecks and" the jetty will bo about 515,000. iiB sum is n more beg&tello in compar ju with "tins undoubted and immedi ate results * which it will produce, and wo regret to learn that Major Gilmore recommends an appropriation of ody $10,000. The difference between the two amounts will not make or mar the fortunes of the country, and we hope thbcioe l&rgoi sura will be given. Sena-' tors Sawyer and Robertson now hate au opportunity of doing Charleston a prac tical benefit, and, uud through Charles \ they will help all South Carolina. Unless the "masquerade bill" occupy their whole timo, the 8X5,000 appro bation will doubtless pass." Tho Greenville (Ala.) Advocate of a late date contains the following argument in favor of the justice of granting di vorcee t 3flHiHHBH...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 18 February 1871

Clinrlcston Harbor. ongross is about to make an appro priation for tho improvement of the Ucach Channo!, in Charleston Harbor. lu relation to it, tho Charleston iVcics editorially remarks : "Captain Ludlow, as reported in our Washington correspondence, estimates that tho Cost of removing tho wreoks and the jetty will bo about $15,000. This sum is a more bagatelle iu compar ison with "the undoubted and immedi ate resultswhich it will produce, aud ?we rogrot to learn that Major Gilmoro recommends an appropriation of only $10,000. The difference between the two amounts will not make or mar the fortunes of the country, and we hope that the larger sum will bo given. Sena tors Sawyer and Robertson now have an opportunity of doing Charleston a prac tical benefit, and, and through Charles ton, they will help all South Carolina. Unless the "masquerade bill" occupy their whole timo, the 815,000 appro priation will doubtless pass." The Greenville (Ala.) Advocate of a late date contains tho fol...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 18 February 1871

Conen Charleston H&vbor. Congress in about to muko an appro priation for tho improvement of tho Deach Cbunnel, iu Charleston Harbor. Tu relation to it, tho Charleston News editorially remarks : <lCoptaiu Ludlow, as reported in our u'aship?tou correspondence, estimates that tho cost of removing tho wrecks 1 the jetty will bo about $15,000. am is a mere bagatelle in compar ith "the undoubted and iinmodi sults' which it will produce, and e rogrot to learn that Major Gilmore reconi mends an appropriation of only ?10,000. The difference betweea the two amoantA will not make or mar the fortunes of the country, and we hope that iw9 larger sum will bo given. Sena tors Sawyer and Robertson now have an opportunity of doing Charleston a prac boneftt. and, and through Charles ^iey will help all South Carolina, i tho "masquerade bill" occupy beir whole time, the $15,000 wppro -iation will doubtless pass." The Greenville (Ala.) Advocate of a lato dato contains the following argument in fav...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 25 February 1871

T^TT?LL ARS VEli ANN ?M. J. AOLUME 5, a t x ?: ? ? -i",-: "... \ C Q13 .A.jN~D OTJXi IjOITNTRY. ^ ALWAYS tn advance 1 .???. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1871. NUMBER THE ORANGEBLTRG NEWS ?:o:? PUBLISHED AT \Jr t\>l\.xS Vji Jit y~> Erery Satimlfty Morning. BY THE ORANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy for one year. $2.00 ?? " ?' Six Months... 1.00 .Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, fer a Clnb of Now Subscribers, will receive on EXTRA "COPY, for ONE YEAR, freo of] charge. Any one sen ling FIVEDOLLARS, for e? Club of Now Subscribers, will receive o? "p.XTR t COI'V for SIX MONTHS, free of I charge. ?:o:? RATES OF ADVERTISING*. 1 Square 1st Insertion. SI .50 u " 21 " . l.GO-'l A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier Or. ?ne inch >f Advertising space. Amuiuiatrator'n Notices, .$5 OO'| Notices of Dismissal of (Tuardians, Ad ministrators, Executor", ,*tc.$0 00 Contract Advertisements inserted npon the most 'iberal terms. MARRIAGE nn-1 FUNERAL NOTICES, not ex seeding one...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 25 February 1871

GEB ORG NEWS LDER MEYEHS?Editob, FtSJAN'ClAl. AND Jdusi.NEBS BUNAQBB. SATURDAY, 25,1871. Editorial Correspondeuce. ' Columbia, S. C, February 23d, 1871. $?r?t}4j(p*: : T am here, here in Co lumbia, and within a fow hundred yards of tho Pal motto Trete, which stands back of tho Capitol Building as a lone and solitary souttnet to remind each passer by of our Mexican Heroes, their ex ploits and their great deeds. To gase upon it. makes* the reflecting niind sad. To think, and glean f.OGi tho names in scribed upon its trunk an idea of our departed glory, of what wo once wero and flight have been to-day but for tho wages uf war, sad and desolating war, jclsncholy indeed. ''.?< Jttut let mo cease with this. Let mo leave our beloved Palmetto Tree unmo-. JcsjjuL 1 Jut there it stands, a noble and enduring monuine.it to tho memory of those whoso names aro great iu story, whoso do-eds and virtues it will become the youth of to day to emulate and fol low. \* ? Thcro is considerable ill-feel...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 25 February 1871

GEB (JRGr NEWS J.^L?ER MEYEUS?Editob, ?-rr-: FlXAKClAL AM? Uusl.NKSS MANAOKU. ?v;j.. _? ? "_s 8ATU11DAY> PJEB. 25,1871. , Editorial Comspondetice. Columbia, S. C, February 23d, 1871. ite?rTjve*r?: I ntu bere, here in Cu lumhia, and within a few hundred yards of the Paltn?tto Treb, which stands baok of the Capitol Building as a lone and solitary scntiacl to remind each passer by of our Mexican Heroes, their ex ploits aud' their great deeds. To gase upon it, makes the reflecting mind sad To thiuk, apd .glean f.om tho names in scribed upon its truuk au idea of our departed glory, of what we onco were and jn'ght have been tb-day but for tho ivagcs oi war, sad and desolating war, melancholy indeed. But let me cease with this. Let me leave our beloved Palmetto Tree unnin lesjed. Hut there it stands, a noble and enduring monumujt to tho memory of those whose names are great iu story, whose docds aud virtues it will become the youth of to day to emulate and fol low. 1 There is considerab...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 25 February 1871

_LOCAL. SATURDAY, FEB. 25, 1871. Tiik Absence of editorial and local natter in this week's issue must be at tributed to the fact ol the editor being nwsj. Court.?-As' was published in the Orangeburg New?, a special term of the Court of 0eneral Sessions commenced on Tuesday morning the 21st instant. His honor Robert F. Graham, the presiding; Judge is looking well, having recovered from his severe illness, tie has already givon satisfaction to the bar and has proTcd himself fully fitted for the dis charge of the responsibility of the high position to which he Ins been called. He has occupied the w?ck in disposing of lh? criminal crises on the calendar, which has increased to a very "long roll" owing to the length of time since we hivo had a "gaol do ivcry." Tho cases woro chiefly unimportant, with the ex vrptiou ol* ll;c *---" of the State vs. Irviu J. Porter for murder. While "wc go to press this case is being tried. The able Solicitor, Mr. E. B. Seabrook, is prosecuting for the Stat...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 25 February 1871

Viani Irish Potatoes* M, plant a groat many, thoy will just, in tink whon tho twcot pota toes by nvost,fain:lic3 nro u>od up. Im press it also on tho minds of tho frccd meii to follow your example, aud that it is better for him to havo Irish potatoes during tho summer to subsist on, tbau i to'tgp to tho store and buy provisions ot ? ruinous prices. Irish potatoes are heal T thy food and save both moat and corn, j j have seen thousands of families suh }? listing on tho potato during the whole r ycaV, and bo strong to do all kind of hard work and tho people were heal- j Xn selecting tho seed I prefer the j <'Early Roso." They nrc the surest, yield moro than othev kinds and more palatable-. * In preparing the grovnd for pot toes ?I break it up deep and subsoil it. If I nave plenty short well rotted manure, 1 spread it broadcast beforo breaking up and plow it under. If my manure is not well rotted and consists partly of straw, Otc, I put on it tho potatoes in tho row. After breaki...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 4 March 1871

TWO DOLLARS J'Kll ANNUM, y GOD A IST ID OUj* COUNTRY, f ALWAYS IN ADVANCE ^ .... ... , ; .. -, ' .-:-.?.?crrr^-??n?r-rr*? ?? ,? 1 ?'-?..... ., . ? ? |f. , | ,? ... 4-ZZ1 . . ^.V.,,, . . ? "? 11 " u > ..... ... .. r n : ? a'm.'^- r ?-?- : VOLUME 5. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 4," 1871. NUMBER1 THE ORANGES flltft NEWS ?:o:? PUBTTSnvD AT 0 R .\NGE RTTRG Every Satnrtliiy Morn in?. HY THE ORANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Copy for our vnnr. $2.00 " " ?? .Six Montha. 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, fere tJ'nb of New Subscribers, will receive nn 7 .EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, freo of yeharpc. Any one Sending FIVE DOLLARS, ' .?? ObVb of N^<* Suhsflrihors. will rocciTc Aft EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of charge. RATER OF ADVERTISING. 1 Sqonro 1st Insertion. $t.-rjO " ' '? 2.1 " . 1.00 A Square cons!"f" of 10 lines I?r*-vle-r or one ine!? of AdTer'ising span". AdntlKistrAtor'a Notices.$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardian?, .VI rhfiilstraters, Executor*, &c.00 Contrnot A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 4 March 1871

TWO DOLLARS l'HR ANNUM, y god Aisrr> oute country. -J ALWAYS IN ADVAN VOLUME 5. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1871. NUMBER THE ORANGEBORIt NEWS __:o:-? ?', . runr.rsnKo Ar ok a.Tsra^HTTnGr Eycry Saturday Morning. "BY TUT, ORANGEIHJRG NEWS COMPANY _:o;_ teems or srnscRirTtoN. ?tue ?"opy for one year. $2.00 ?? *< Six Months. 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for a j&ytnb of New Subscriber', will receive an I'.XTR'a COPY for ONE YEAR, free of| eharpc. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, frr Club cf "W.nr Subscribers, will roccivc an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of | charge. RATES OF ADVERTISING-. 1 Square Ist Insertion.$1.-r>0 2d " . 1.00 A S^unro ouufilsts ef 10 !"::;es Bruder or one inch of Advertising space. Adtn-fhiatrator's Notices, .$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executor*, &c.SO 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. * - ?:o:?- ' MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not ex :Cedin?^!ie Square, inserted without Charge. 0*5- ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 4 March 1871

THE OR ANGEB UM NEWS ;j. FELDER MEYERS?Editor, QKOROI3 HOUVE1I, _ F!n.>:.'cial as i> Business Makao* SATCRPAY, FE?. 25,1871. THE FIREMEN'S CKLEIIBATION A Ifflgb Carnival ? An Even Raco-Tfc? A. can Carry as wmeli **?a*er,ths/th? Elliotts ?Tbo Elliotts sit at the Fes tive Hoard of the "IT o u n g Americas ? Bright Eyes, Warm Hearts and Warmer Souls?Speeches by Augustus R. Knowlton, JTas.F. lalar, E. S. Seabrook and MM". Brown ing, Usus., and' others?The liest -Mumie in the Stale from* the Olios?The Ilnppy Occa .? slon Breaks up in Brotherly Eovc?Soft and I'lettenht lle collcctions left upon the Re tinn, of each JBaii's Slemory. / A week ago last Monday, the Inde pendent Young America Eire Engine Company celebrated tho Seventeenth Anniversary of Its orgasizr.ii-j::. _%U day the red and whito shirts (for it was known that the Elliotts were to holo* ? ' t" ? . high places of honor at tho revels of the evening.) were busy as boes in and round about the Engine IIcure, where aoy numbe...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 4 March 1871

SATURDAY, MAR. 4,1871. Press of matter prevents our giving the report of the Gardber and Portercase in to-days paperl A carefully prepared paper in relation to it, howovar, will ap pear next Saturday. Wc lenrn tliut Mr. J'dlson, the State Snperintoudunt of Free ttehools will be in oor Town mi Tuesday, 7th Match, and will, on that day, deliver n Locturo on School topics at the Clafliu Universi ty. Mr. J. will be glad to utoct sis many of the Teachers of our County Schools ns possible. | Now 18 tho time to get your pictures. 11 bus to Ii & Cru'dbU bnvo just opened on Vhe corner neat1 Messrs. Curtmill & Vinco. Pour fur olio dollar! Every man who has a sweetheart, coubiu, siotcr or friend whose picture ho wants, now is the Vitne. The following gentlemen were elected, at the recent Anniversary mooting at the Youug Americas to serve for the en suing year: / Yrczi'dnd. { t). SV. MoSELEY. 17c-? President. (3. P. llAUl.tY. FirstDirector. J.S.Mali.. Second I>'/rector. 1\ Cr. ('AN N...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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