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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 1 July 1871

THEORANGrEEGRG NEWS n ' .-? ? ' i - j\ FELDER MEYERS?Editob, yt^AXClAt A*rt Bl'StKSSS Ma*AQS?V 8ATIJUDAY, JULY 1,1871. 8 Evctyrnrtlolo; for tho .0?a^ok*u*u ,N?wa must bo accompanied by the i n\ name of "tB?"flB*or^-i'laol necessarily for publica jrftfr*^ ^ |(Uorantc? of good faith On the t?l?o4jKn l|?w p:>r TS.. J !?;;s Ott ?To} U THE BACH BETWEEN TUB ?'YOUNO ?Ktt?BSEBlOAS'' AND TBE "ELLIOTTS"? ^7A,-?S???R<&? I?ND/ HAPPY ZIXAL $ l\Y?EACH COMPANY SANGUINE OF. SUCCESS?A RUN OF ?00 YARDS?? *aiJ IU* ?<VOUNOvAMERICAS" MAKE IT ^?rI'l4TO?H08ANNAS OF FRAISE TO w0t*Bk QfABLANT BOYS-*?THE ELLIOTTS "^^lO?S^^mEl TRACk-^HOFE BURNS 't^HSBfQftTWr??'?>T1IBIR BOSOMS^-tHE ELLIOTTS MAKING ALMOST i?I0 ?ND ^HtWjpWftf) BY A BAt* MI8HAP-?A WILD "?"?B?lf rRlJtfN?LT CONFUSION?T H E ? *'* tjAtJSE EXPLAINED, AND THE RACE ^ofr^E1 PART' OF THE ELLIOTTS, POSTPONED. -*3?q* .> T. ut fefc ' hi ?? it 3 *t The season Doing unusually dull, aud . our gallant Fircmeu being ever possessed ?tSJIrithTa d...

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. — 1 July 1871

Xu O Q JgL Xj ? SATURDAY, JULY 1,1871. All Advertisements must be handed to the Business Manager before Thursday Noon, Okangi Puuxqs, ? ? Wo wore blessed with a delicious shower of ruin oo Monday last. -See notice to tax payers from County Auditor Bull. pi ??Dr. Pearson has for sale uapthn ^SUj See advertUcmeut. -The Columbia Union says "the Orangeburg News was bright and poeti cal last week." -??Our friend, W. M. Sain, has rc turscd to QfaniMdutrif from bis visit to o ' o the mountains. -"Peregrcon Doggerel lleymcs/' by A. P. Morvin, -Esq., aro dofered for Want of space for.our next i>suc. -Ex Magistrates and Trial Jus tices had better look shurp, for C. S. Ball, Esq., is after*them iu another col limn. -Russell has a new barber with him now. This announcement will bo gratifying to those who arc too lazy to shave themselves. ???Orangcburg has a Tomperancc Society, be it saiu to her honor, which promises to grow into a larger ouc soon. We will give a more extended notice of ... i...

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. — 1 July 1871

_L?O^AL. SATURDAY* JULY 1,1871. All Advertisements must | u? handed to the Business Manager before Thursday Noon. Okangx Pkklinos. ? We woro blessed with a deliciuus ?bower of rein on Monday last. -See notice to taxpayers from ? County Auditor Dull. -Dr. Pearson has for sale uaptha oil. Seo advertisement. -The Columbia Cuion says "the Orangeburg News was blight and pocti V siil hut week." -Our fricud, W. M. Saiu, has rc turncd to Oraugcburg from his visit to the mountains. -"Percgrccn Doggerol Reyines," by A. P. Mervin, Esq., aro dofercd for Want of space for .our next issue. -OSx Magistrates and Trial jus tices had better look sharp, for CS. Ball, Esq., is after them iu another eol uv.in. -Russell has a new barber with him now. This announcement will be gratifying to those who arc too lazy to fchavo themselves. ?-Orangiburg has a Temperance Society, be it said to her honor, which promises to grow into a 'larger ouc soon. We will give a more extended notice of its origin and progrer...

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. — 1 July 1871

LOCAL SATURDAY, JULY 1,1871. ?lH Advertisements must Utt&UtSU llU MIO JJUOAliOOO ager before Thursday Noon. Okanok Pekunos. Wo were blessed with a delicious ?hover of rata od Monday last. -See notico to tuxpayora from County Auditor Rull. ^-Dr. Pearson baa foi sale uaptha oil. See adrertisomeut. -The Columbia Lrriion esys "the Oraugoburg News uns bl ight and poeti cal last week." ??Our friend, W. M. Suiu, ha* re turned tn Qj?j???d????,i> frmn nig visit to the mountains. -"Percgrcon Doggerel Reyjnes/* by A. F. Memo, Esq., nro dofurcd for Vant of apace for our nest issue. -Ex Magtatrates and Triul Jus tices had baiter look sburp, for C. S. Bull, Esq., is after'them in another col umn. -Russell has a new barber with him now. This announcement will be gratifying to those who nro too lazy'to fchavc thomaelves. ?-Orangcburg has; a Temperance Society, bo it said to her honor, which promises to grow into a hirgcr ouc soon. We wilt give a more extended notice of , its) origin nnd prog...

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. — 1 July 1871

.tinned J'rnm I ft Vage."] ""Wclj, I ^fseUi V"b "bjcet to die a slorioys death," .said Martci, ' but I must Srat live a long, happy life with Vevette, bien I'lidmhi. It?* would" ho pleasant t enough to know iisjtt und'? name would be honored by posterity ; but let me take my .pleasure out of existence Bra'." ' 15ut, Martci." said Evaricte, "It is not ?mi old ago, for tho most"part, that wo can make a sacrifice. Life has come to an * end by that time anyhow." "Socsifi.ee! old age ! death 1" exclaim ed Jules; "why Evariste, you oro worse thau the cure, with your gloomy ideas; "but happily they are only ideas after all. ^Vith nil those fine s*utimomts, man ami, * think I know proUy well what will be your fate?you will be a ptre <?e fa mi/ic, like jour father before, you. Do yon ill ink 1 did not observe 1 iconic Mi bbbon/s/prutty blue eyes glancing your ray s!! through benediction this ovc ~ritrig? And you lovo her, Evariste. j^Yoonocd not deny it." 1 do not wish to deny it," be ans...

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. — 1 July 1871

[Ct>n(inin<l fntn 1st Vage."] Well. I should not object to die q fctotious denth," said Mattel, 'but I musi &rsfcd<Mu a long, happy life with Vevctle, bu n ciitenan. would be pleasant enough to know tnet ono's iK-.nic would be honored by posterity J but let mo take my pleasure out of existence firs'." 'But, Muriel," said Evariste, "it is not "?Iii otfl ago, for the most part, that wo can make a sacrifice. Life has come to an '? end by that time anyhow." "Sacaificc I old ego ! denth 1" exclaim ed Jules; "why Evariste, you ore worse than the cure, with yoor gloomy ideas; but happily they arc only ideas a Tier all. ^ With all those fine s/ntimemts, won ami, T think I know proHy well tvhnt will bo your fate? yon will be a hon ptre de fa milk, like your fathur before you. Do you think J did not observe Leonio Mi beiion.'s,prctty bluo oyes glancing your way all through benediction this eve '"nittg? And you iovo her, Evariste. .j^Younccd not deny it." I do not wish to deny it,...

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. — 8 July 1871

2J _ ,itr la II IS IB IB . *% -a df r\. 4& fj4t TWO DOLLARS PER^NNUft^^J^CJJ?X? TJJAS -j-1-1-. ,. -j. \ II- fit ji it 1 . = GOD -A.JNT1D OUK OOUNTKY. ^ ALWAYS IN ADVAKO . ?at* VOLUME 5. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1871. NUMBER 21 THE ORANGEB (JE.(x NEWS Hs?l^iZpE??siTED AT oi^AisraK3ijria EverJr!S?turd?y Morning. BY THE ORANGEBURG NEWS COSPAN^ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION., One Copy for ono year. $2.00 " w M 8ix Months. 1.00 Any one Bonding TEN DOLLARS, for a Ulnb of Now Subscribers, trill receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, freo of charge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, fbr a Club of New Subscribers, will receive in EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of charge. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. SI.50 VJ? Sqoare consists Of TO likes' Brevier or one inch -of Advortising spas*. Administrator's Notices.$5 00 .rfotlcct of Dismissal of Gcardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, Ac.$9 00 fon'riot Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. ?? ???!? MAURI AO Ii and FUNERAL NOTICES,...

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. — 8 July 1871

THE ORANGEB?BG NEWS J. FELDER MEYERS?Edit?b;-*! (sEOlMGlE Bf LIVE?, m F'SA.NOIAI. AMU Dl'msess MaXAObA SATURDAY, JULY 8, Every mtick- fbr the Oraaueovkq flaws jjaust ho uccompanlsd by the real name of the Author--not necessarily for publica iidnjisut ?sVguarauaee of good faith on the ^P?Tt of the writer. ? ifflfWWWW OF JULY. ~ AcFfc^AtiTArfT RUN TO CHARLESTON? ? I TJI.B *DAYWE CELEBRATE" IN THE CITY?TH* STREETS GIVEN UP TO THIS COLORED CITIZENS, WHO EN tfrn* WNMB OCCASION AND ORSEllVE '^lhmK?B'D ORDER AND DECORUM? ? X h?Vr trttTL ON WHITE POINT OAR 1 *'^BN-lTrfE TRIP A PLEASANT OASIS IN THE DRY AND SULTRY SUMMER. Pleasant trips are pleasant things to write and to read of. The parching hc^t ofvthc weather had not extinguished the . vestal .flame of patriotism in our heart, ? and wo arose upon the. morning of the glorious "Fourth" "in the spirit." Though cone of the rurroundings of "Fourth of July" were visible or audi ble in our dear little town, still associa \? tions of joy and of ...

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. — 8 July 1871

THEORANdEBOSG NEWS J. FELDER MEYERS?Editob^ <?i;oiu;k nriJVEU, FINANCIAL AMU Dt'BINlflS MaNAOK satubday, July 8,riftu^ ? *' ' * i ? ? ~ Every article for the Obakokoubu Nkwb s3 us t be accompanied by the real name of tho author---not necessarily for publica 4ioJ^3*uVsVguarauiee of good faith on the part of the writer. rJwt*.-?, . A flea3ant RUN to charleston? r i^oTJJJK ?day WE celebrate" in the ?0 ?v^yUtub Streets given up to rfa ? d#HE COLORED CITIZENS, who EN ?tfti *JOY'thb OCCASION and OBSERVE ^*?mR^BD order and DEcoRUM cow jyrsn on white point gar den?the trip A pleasant oasis 713 ? IN the dry and sultry SUMMER. Pleasacfc trips are pleasant things to t. write and to read of. Thnna robin" h"H? & of the weather had not extinguished the vestal flame of patriotism io our heart, "tS and wo arose upon the. morning of the glorious "Fourth" "in the spirit." Though none of the rurroiindings of "Fourth of July" were visible or audi . bio in our dear la tie town, still associa 11 t...

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. — 8 July 1871

THE QRANGEBlTge NEWS j. FELDBK MEYEKS?Editob** FlMAXOIAL AMU Bt'Sl.lKSS MaXAOVICL - SATURDAY, JULY 8, lf?Li'S hrery r.iticls Ar tho Os^nur.uuaa Naws ,; saust be accompanied by the real name of tin- author--not necessarily for publica tiou?W alfVa^Brai^e e'f good'faith on the part of the writer, '-fgpK FOURTH OF JULY~ A PLEASANT RON TO CHARLESTON? , THE "DAY WE CELEBRATE" IN THE uo fu-i?^l?JTUB STREETS GIVEN UP TO THE COLORED CITIZENS, WHO EN VOikfpHB- OC?AStQN AND OBSERVE ;?? I MARjtE D ORD2R AND ' DECORUM? CO VP D'OSIUm WHITE POINT GAR DEN?THE TRTP A PLEASANT OASIS IN THE DRY AND SULTRY SUMMER. JMcasant trips are pleasant things to aw ?^^ndroad of- 'rh^ parching boat it/A ofv.thc weather had not extinguished the la* vestal flame of patriotism in our heart, and we arose upon the. morning of the glorious "Fourth" "in the spirit." Though none of the rurroundings of "Fourth of July" were visible or audi ble in our dear. Kttle town, still associa te tions of joy and of celebration wert ...

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. — 8 July 1871

SATUIII)AY, JULY 8, 1871. All Advertisement? wast MIL., V- -?..j L - j.1- ti..???.^~~ 1UU tu Mit? jju?iuo?? Mftiiftger before Thursday Noon. ?.????? ? 1" J~ u ... -Iii - J-liAL?U._l-ggg! Oranue Pkbi.ings. --Mr Oco. Vose advertises a fresh supply of groceries in to day's paper. ?n?There is an Ugly Club in Or uugeburg. Not many young ladies arc lit love, with its members. ??The new organ at the Presbyte rian Church fills the whole Church" Splendidly, aud is delightfully toned. ?-Auditor Bull is now engaged in taking returns of all the taxable per-, fcontil and real property of this County. ?-Mr. J. C. Pike, of the firm of Bull. Scovill & Pike, hai gone dorth on * iiip nitb his family. ??It is predicted on all sides that \ the coming Fall will be a glorious one for trade. Atneuto.it. ^ -;Oue hundred and nineteen can didates ai-c already in the field for the next County Coriuni.sub tiers of Orange burg County. ??A straw*, of What is called tho long loafed pine, measuring 24 J inches...

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. — 8 July 1871

Tj o q ai.. S ATURDAY, JULY 8, 1871. All Advertisements lMLst re ?MU?U LU bilU XJ UQXUODD Manager before Thursday oon. OltANGK PjSKI.l.NOS. --Mr Oco. Vosc advertises a fresh supply of groceries in to-day's paper. ?r~Thero is an Ugly Club in . Or fcugeburg. Not many young ladies arc In love with its members. Tho new organ at the Presbyte rian Church fills the whole Church splendidly, and is delightfully toned. --Auditor Bull is now engaged its-' j taking returns of all the taxable per sonal and real property of this County. ?-Mr. J. C. Pike, of the firm of ? ,j<f- ? -????. ?? ??.-?. ' . ? ? f-? *^ j . Bull, Scovill & Pike, hai gone north on a trip with his family. ??It is predicted on all sides that s the coining Fall will be a glorious one for trade. Amen to it. <T -"-One hundred and nineteen can didates are .unduly in the field for the next County Commissioners of Orange burg County. ??A stm-W, of what is called tho long loafed piua, measuring 24} inches iu l.Migtb, was l...

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. — 8 July 1871

Aet? nistU Joint Beajelntlj??? SfiOftlou 1870 and 1871. Ait arc ro permits Berns D. ?fytrs to adopt and make his Laicful Heirs, ff. Margate* Grimes and TF. Bums Grimes, and to change, the Mam* of the mid ft Margaret ?fyen, and the nante of W. Hums Grimes to U. Burns Myers. * Ssortow 1. Be it enacted by the Sen* ate and House of Representatives of the State of South Carolina, now met aud sitting la General Assembly, and by the authority of tho same, That Burns t). Myers is horeby authorised and empow ered to adopt and make his lawful hohV* H. Margaret Grimes and W. Burns G rimes, and that the name of the said _ * H. Margaret Grimes shall bo changed to II. Margaret Myers, and tho name of tho said W. Burns Grimes shall be changed to W. Burns Myers. Sxo. 2. That should the said Burns D. Myers die intestate, the said II. Mar garet Eycrs and the said \Y. Burns My ers shall iuherit, in common with the other lawful heirs of the said Burns D. Myers, his estate-, both personal and real. Appro...

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. — 8 July 1871

Acta And Joint newlnt^na Pawed by the Lcjrinlalurc Steel*? 1ST? I?71, ?. i v .' j : ?; '?' ' i An act ?o penniVc Atks />. Atycr* fo adopt and make his Laicfid Heirs, H. Margaret Grime* and TP. BUms Grimes, and to change the Harne of die mid It: Margaret Myen, and the name of \Y. Hums tTrimes to U. Burns Myers, ' Section 1. Be it enacted by the Sern ate and House of Representatives of the State of South Carolina, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of tho samo, That Burns D. Myers is hereby authorised and empow ered to adopt and make his lawful hoirsf H. Margaret Grimes and W. Burns Crimes, and that the name of the said H. Margaret Grimes shall be changed to II. Margaret Myers, and the naruo of the said W. Burns Grimes shall be changed to W. Burns Myers. Sec. 2. That should the Baid Burns B. Myers die intestate, the said II. Mar garet Eycrs and the said W. Burns My ers shall inherit, in common with the other lawful heirs of tho said Burns D. Myers, his es...

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. — 15 July 1871

XWO j/OLLAKfc PER ANNUM. S VOLUME 5. _L-__ ??*_ ttt~-;~r-r '.??Wv? fivi iv ?JiJf >4 Mil COUNTRY. ?II I _____ ~,r ' - ^^g^^^a_Lte|N.^ JULY 15, 1871. THE ORANGEB (JRG- NEWS ,\. " . VUBLISlJEi Every Saturday Morning. - - BY THR 4 ojrangeburg news company ' ?to:?~ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 'Ono Copy for qnc year. $2.00 " " Six Months.. 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for a 'Clnb of .New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE. YEAR, freo of charge. Any ono sending FIVE DOLLARS, 'for a Club of New Subscriber?, will receive an EXTRA COPY, for MX MOXTIIS, tx^ of %*argc\ , . J - ?:o:? KATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion.><#> $1.50 ** 2d ?< .LOO A Sbun^ consists of 1Q lines Drevicr or o?r. inch ef Advertising ppiwe. Administrator's Notices, .$5 00 Notice*of Dismissal of-GuavdinuH, Ad ??ilniitrators, Executor*, &c.$9 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terras. - ?-:o:? MARRIAGE and F?NSRAL NOTICES, not .exceeding ono Square, inserted wi...

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. — 15 July 1871

TWO DOLLAKS PER ANNUM. <? VOLUME k . -1*. *~ ? - SC f?H mi tdv Ig f ii A.2ST.I> OX ?a. ? SATTJKT^AY MOpNING, JULY 15, 1871. THE ORAN?EBOEGr NEWS PUBLISHED AT Every Saturday Morning. EY TIIK ' ORAttGEBURG news company ?-to:-5* .'?-! ? TEUM8 OF SUnSORTrTTON. ' One C?py for one year. $2.00 " ?? Six Months.. 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOT.r.t.Rfl, f$r a W'Jnb.of tNew Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COFY for ONE YEAR, free of cha'rgp. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, :for a Club of New Subscriber?, will receive en EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTIIS, Cr*?, 0f ?^"?argo. ? v.- , ? - KATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.50 2d V. "]i00 A Squn~;, consists of 10 lines Rrevicr or on1'ltfeli 6f Advertising spate. Administrator's Notices.$5 00 Notjcestof Dismissal of"Ounrdians, Ad ministrators, Exceutor?, &c.$'.) 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the -most liberal terms. MARRIAOK and FUNHRAL NOTICES, not exseoding ono Square, inserted without ?barge. CQy*.-Terms Cash in Advance....

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. — 15 July 1871

TBROlvANftEBfIRG NEWS ? ? J. ?RLPBll MEYERS?-Editob, ?K?ltOE IsfXIVEIi, ttmxnviKh AHO BCSXXBSS Manasxk. SATURDAY. JULY 16,187U Every article for the Ouakoeduko . Naws ssuit be accompanied by the real name of stoaothoc not necessarily for publica? ties, tot as a guarantee of good faith on tho J part of tho writer. AT THE ENGINE HALL. The "Red Coats" and the "White Coats" come Togeth er Again?President Moseley his Ctaeets a hearty Welcome, and Is tho Esprit Corns of the Evening?A Firemen's Picture Presented ta the "Young Americas"? The Venerable I>r. Elliott makes the Presentation Speech, and Is replied to by Andrew C. Dibble, Esq. ? Beaux Esprits in the Crowd Punch and Lemonade to Overflowing??um Vlvlmus, Vlvamns the Motto or the Right?Speeches by IF. J. Dc Trevlllc. M. I. BrovnlnK and J. Felder Meyers, Esqs.? Toasts, Sentiments, Songs, M?sle, etc., etc. The prise that was contested for on the afternoon of the 28th ultimo, be tween the "Young Americas" and the **SH?ott Hook and La...

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. — 15 July 1871

X TffRt.nj?? MEYERS?Ermos, | CtHORfiC BfXIVEB. FAUHCIAZ. A5D BU81S*?b Ma.NA???. SATURDAY, JULY 15,187U article tor the Oraxobbcbo Hjswb Ve accompanied by the real name of tbtiMthsC QOi necessarily for publica Ua*t, bnt aa a guarantee of good faith on the P?krt of the writer. ^ The "Red Coals" and the "White Coats" come Togeth er Again?President Moseley Bid* his Guests a hearty Welcome, and I? the Esprit ie Corps of the Erealiig?A Firemen's Picture Presented to the "Ifor ug Americas"? The Venerable Dr. Elliott makes the Presentation Speech, and Is replied to by v; Iffladrew O. Dibble, Esq.? Beam Esprits in the Crowd? Punch and Lcmoandc to Overflowing?Dum Ylvlmua, Tiwamns the Blotto of the Night?Speeche? by W. J. Be Trevillc. M. I. Browning and X. Felder Meyers, Esqs.? Toasts, Sentiments, Songs, M?sle, etc., etc. The prise that was contested for on the afternoon of the 28th ultimo, be fcho " Young Americas" and the fSfaott Hook and Ladders," is two iresh in the minds of onr readers fo...

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. — 15 July 1871

SATURDAY, j"?LY I?, 1871.* AI! Adter?seiaeiit? must fee liAiided to the Business llaaager before Thursday Several sunstrokes occurred in Char - laste? during the pact week. W. A. tfXKORg? & Co. are iu vraut of ?j?OO pounds of woo), for which the 'Tory A^eef price will be given. Head ?ikxte ?decetleeraenu b*t?*?*?*? Mr. ?. quo. Vo ?k baa just received | m\ large and' fresh supply of excellent Aislly flour. Abo a fee quality of -sugar cured haane, with other needed ^groceries. See his adveriisorucnt. ?Lbmonadk Made Easy.?Captain .a. H*"4'hon has an article of "Preston's Portable Lemonaue, or Sugar ?of Lemons," which makes a delightful ? end cooling drink for these warm days. -A lablespoonful of the sugar put in a glass, and water poured upon it is all you meed do to have one of. the best and wanst delicious drinks. Only 60 cents a -nan, snd one can will mnke enough to last a family all day. Let the thirsty /send to Capt. Hamilton for s esn. Important to Teaclicrs! ? The . 'Csesnty...

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. — 15 July 1871

JU.i J??f . ?ATtmDAt, J^LY 15, 1871. All Advertisements must ?etiide? to tie Business before Thursday Seraral ransirokes occurred in Char - ssstea taring the past week. ?'? ' ?MBS* . ??. Wl? ? um i W. A. Mxronky & Co. are in want ?of 6,000 pounds of wool, for which tho rerj ?y?esf price will be given. Head thai? adtartiaeinent. u iiiiiaaaasan^???cas**?aaw???-? MB. G. Gxo. Vonthaa just received ?1 large and fresh supply of excellent taruiiy flour. Also a fine quality of | cured haiua, with other needed See his advertisement. 'Lemonade Made Easy.?Captain -Jol,n A. Hamilton has an article of | "Prettoa's Portable Lemonade, or Sugar ?of Lemons," which makes a delightful and coo'ing drink for these warm days. -A tablespoonful of the sugar put in a glass, and water poured upou it is all you do io hare ou? of . tho best delicious drinks. Only 50 cents a -can, and one eaa will make enuugh to last a family al! day. Let the thirsty to Capt. Hamilton for a can. Important to Teachers! ? The...

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