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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 24 February 1872

Fertilizing and ^jEtuufacturing Company Have |>? ? .I ?? special Fertilizer n laptt^ct to tliu Cotton Plant under Iho name of i i ot t o -?n ir o < >:j>! XVliiL'h ilioy el . in i.i hte of the hi?rho?d grade of Fertilizers pol 1 in Iho South, and guamn loo cipial in it- rosuMs lp I'ovmiun Uutino pouu I for pi.nml. ami in ho of oioro perma nent benefit !o iIii: Snil. i It Ith h??ii ii'.c'? by SEYEllAL HUNIHIEU Pl.ANTEUS in North und Smith Carolina und Georgia for Uvo seasons with Iho following rcsullai Ii inerctisc!* the crop from 100 to JJOOiper cent. In r?M.-!-< dr i igfit in fit <:iscs. The ?rop is net hff?.-!r-i! Wy rMK It matures the crop throe to four weeks in advance, thus insuring the crop against lach I rests, oi- in th" event of a backward seas-m for planting cuuhju the planter to put in his crop three or four week- inter, even us late ::s the 1st oC Jtuic, with n certainty of .-ueees?. il |n..il ie ?.- .1 liett--r finality of Cotton. Looking at the low pri...

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. — 2 March 1872

TWO DOLLARS I'KR ANNUM. )? GOD AI^D OUR COUNTRY. { ALWAYS IN ADVANCE VOLUME 6. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 2, 1872. " kuM?iil TEE OBANSEB fTRft NEWS PUBLISHED AT Eyory 8a{ nrtlay Mornlna,. TIY TUR 9RANGEBURG NEWS COUIWNI TERMS 07 SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy for. one yenv. $2.00 M " ?? Six Month*. .... 1.00 Aey one sending TEN DOLLARS, for n JMni of New Subscribers, will receive an RXTRA COPY for <>NE YEAR, free- of | ?karge. Any one Beinling FlVII DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subscribers, will, receive ?a EXTRA COrY for SIX MONI ilS, ri ce of r" RAT KS OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.00 W e. QJ " nr>i ?im-wj-.i. llPO.. A Square eonsists of 10 lines Brevier or one inob of Advertising spnee. Administrator' Relicts of^Bisml minist r at ors, Executors, &c.00 Centrsct Advertisements inserted upon the aaest liberal terms. MARKT AO B ^ and FUNERAL NOTICES, i )t ?x ;eciliug one Square, inserted without uverusing fpwev. ?missnl of Guardian?, Ad 3 ?karg?. 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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 2 March 1872

THE ORANGEB?RG NEWS AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLT?N, r.niTOK. ??JKORCJi: BOM i I AS, l-'tXAKCIaX as1> ' BuStNSSS Manaokk. SATURDAY, MAR. 2,1872. F.very article for the OuAKOKBuno News (-j must-bo aoconipauhu by the real name of - ? tke author-?r-iiot neecesp-vVy for publica tion, but us a guarantee of good faith on the part of. tho writer. ' ' ' / _ War GkUMble.?Unclo Sam's do 70 V tei* wo do not sec why tho South should . grjovo. In fact we ought rather to be indifferent spectators iu any cotitcst that would interrupt the system of brutal Legislation that the United States Con gress has been peacefully brooding ovor sinco tho war, together with its coward ly tyranny. If England bo the contest ant vre need not be over anxious that her success in crippling TJue!o Stun tbhould bo speedy, provided she docs eveutually succeed. 'Wo thiuk however ^ that England understands Uucle Sam as unusually insolent, expecting that the insult will be amended by a reduction of tho cash demand on her purse. Th...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 2 March 1872

i.j-iui.1^??ujj.'.^^j-?- ? I; O CA L . SAT?UDAY, >IAR. 8, 1872. ? stusm' l\ i I in AU Advertisements must be handed to the Business Manager before Thursday Noon. - MR EDITOR?Plcaso announce D. A. .PORTER as a Candidate for Sheriff at. the n?xt Election aad oblige his mtiny friends in the FORK. Thanks to Edwin F. Gary, Esq., 8t*W Auditor, for a copy of his report for 1871. Felder, Vose & Islar. Seo their new advertisement. tTos. McXnmuru. S/M his new adver tisement. CounT.?Trial Justice Augustus B Knowlton will hold Court at the house of John H. Phillips Esq., in the Fork, on Saturday, March 16th. He will then make arrangements to hold Court at other places in the Fork, as already requested. T. A. Jeffords & Co., say that they have another large house in Charleston, und other business facilities which en . able them to sell bacon at a cent per pound lower than any other merchant here. Bead their new advertisement. J. Felder Meyers, Ksq., formerly editor of this pnper, and ...

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. — 2 March 1872

DO* O OA SATURDAY. MAR All Advertisements must handed to the Business [anager before Thursday Noon. A NXOH 2VCE9I EXT. MR KDITOR?-Plcaso announce D. A. . PORTER, as a Candidate for bberiflf at the ?s*ii Election sad oblige bis manv fiibudn in t nivnss to lMiwm r. Uary, Wsq., State Auditor, for a copy of his report for 1871. Folder, Vow & islar. See their new advertisement. -' i mm aw in Jos. McNaiuura. 8*0 his new adver tisement. Couht.?Trial Justice Augustus B. 'KnowRon will hold Court at the house of John H- Phillips Esq., in the Fork, on Saturday, March 16th. He will then tuakc arrangements to hold Court at other places in the Fork, ns already requested. T. A. Jeffords & Co., say that they have another large house in Charleston, and other business facilities which en able them to sell bacon at a oent per pound lower than any other merchant here. Rend their new advertisement. J. Felder Meyers, Esq., formerly editor of this paper, und r.or one of the edi tors of the Charles...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 2 March 1872

'Important to Cotton Ranters! THE MARYLAND 'Fertilizing and Manufacturing Company jTAVe>preparcd a Spcoi?l Fertiliser adapted to the Cotton Plant under the name of cotton food! ?' Whloh they olaim to be of the highest grade of Fertilisers Hold in the Souih, and gunrnn ?leb equal in its results to Peruvian Guano pound for pound, nud to bo of more perma nent beucht to the Soil. ' s' "JWhas been used by SEVERAL HUNDRED PLANTERS in North and South Carolina and Georgia for two seasons with the following results. * It increase* the crop from 100 to 200 per cent. It resists drought iu all cases. The crop is net affected by rust. ,IA Mt^aturcs the crop three to four weeks in advaucc, thus insuring the crop against '??'tWtVf lM8l?,-or in tho oreut of a backward season Cor planting enable the planter to put rjfolfaoXpp threo or four weeks later, even as late as tho 1st of Juno, with a certainty of 1$'produces a belter quality of Cotton. Looking nt tho low prico of Cotton, the intelligent p...

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. — 9 March 1872

/ ( I I HAW MM *tH t>?ittt'J 9At oio?if'l U'.ni' i ? ?' iw.?i(M? ;.AH'"?r--. .'i, 1 .1.1.i MN?V?ih?dl .?.??.o * A)iv:i id * ? 'i.? ,s? |??u'J it! ?in*i .ill s *rni i v '. '0*1 T?Tw'i adi Hui? T> . , - 8.00 Mt .?.I'Atl .?Ulli- >Vi>.>:t JpIUOSi '?*'.)>:.? 'I H1OO0 YHd t*tf DbitAiis pkr annum: ^ ?*????? iMtMiji",./ .... - v; ; . .v y ma vi 6. It" ?'.KIT* /aTTn?7!P ti4 lAiULfc llli" ? r in */??: i >/t> in/ ? .? fr I it a .V.OT.i //?VH .ft V f ?r ;i / a ii davit ;i // go>^ A-TSTjP QTT^Ft country >l ^ always ix adva no* SATURDJ^^IORKI^jG, MARCH 9, 18T2. ?I .1 ??!'?-. NUMRER 4 *? THE ORANGEBORG NEWs PUBLISHED A T ?* " Six Mon Every Saturday ?onilnt?. ?RANOEBURG NEWS COUTANY TERMS OF SURSCRIFTTON. . SC.00 Months. 1.00 Any one landing TEN DOLLARS, for ? ?vd Subsvr^bers, wilt receive sin HXTRA COPY for ONE TEAR, free of charge. Any eno sending F1VF. DOLLAKS. ?Hilf, ifift 4 club of N?W 8MWriber?. will receive ? ?EXTRA COPY for STX MONTHS, free of ? vl kates OF ADV...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 9 March 1872

THE ORANGEB?RG NEWS -1_:_:_ AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON, EDITOR. -i GEORGE BOI,IVKR, FlMANCIAL amd BUSINESS Manaoeb. 3 )//SAWJ?BAY, MAR. 9,1872. e it> IHM ~ ' Every article for the ?BAN?Bto?Ba News ?* Mltlrtt^Jio/4iecoss??Uy for ptibllca A?^am4ifltbAftt .M.*? gUA/antee of gopd faith on the \ " .... j ^ftTiT It is the earnest desire of the Nkwp. pfl0fl<*%?fall ftrt?tk.MlschaaWftd-settle (sets ^sm^,s8f??^ ? and, mrli hot, Tr>^iL.f?ah.,t"'7? ? ',d?? n" eh , ? In? -ra^-i^? iPVnv,m^ ? "emB0,'ve.8 nro udder ^T?alJlloneciU3 fco. .the question ,ss ,?oMuvolv 'ij.gY'1??: involved .byy^hdae"' principles, if id ? Thi?iipi indeed,'fihoiJBlyeoUrsiC to be pur :id?H sued by those vfhose design, in argutneut, luZ-utitftto ifriVo tit the truth, da M^W'l/clieVA'in Republicanism. ; Wc ,t-lii U9hu?fTIV ? . II. . dllJ^IJjJOItJ believe in it on principle. i\ e believe that Republicanism, even while dithon ***** 1orcdr'by corruDt men who adopt aud a^vpjCOte. it for their own selfish pur ijyir. ?iflOS?lj ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 9 March 1872

I, O CA L SATURDAY, MAR, 9, 1872. All Advertifemeulsmust be handed to the Business Manager before Thursday A X XO Hl ?CEME?T. r . ! VE WDffOB?Please"; ?Hn6uHie> ba ^ POUTBlk .V'a CandUkip^for ^eriff at the n?xt Election and oblige hi* many friends >? the ?'!)'.' I' FORltr" Ireasurer Greene requests us to any *' that the aale of Delinquent Lands will i positively take pisce as adveriised. f/t"1 if: ' ' - *'' ""?***.? ? ? . a v A bill has passed the House, proVjd- ] n* ing''for the election of Justices of tho traftaaoetr HtH fiuaHj.'beconrevallaw we presume every other man, at least, will bo a candidate. mim , _ We ?hall henceforth notice carefully "nil books and periodical sent to us that * are worth bot icing. Publishers may keep all others for h?mo consumption. 10\llAl ' - V. Attention is directed to the new ad-( Terti|cmcnt of Wm. M^ Sain & Co.. This is the time and theirs is the place, to buy good furmiug stock at prices thut will not make too largo a. hole in seve- I r...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 9 March 1872

Wik JmPorta&t *? Cotton Rantej&L .,,,.t, ,,:h.?.. the Maryland Fertilizing and Manufacturing Company Hare prepared a Special Fertilizer adapted to the Cotton Plant under tho name of COTTON FOOD! Whioh vhoy claim to bo of tho highest grade of Fertilizers sold In the South, and guaran tee ?anal in its results to Peruvian Guano pound for pound, and to be of more pernia neat benefit to the Soil. _ , ; h has been used bj SEVERAL HUNDRED PLANTERS in North and South Carolina and Georgia for two seasons with the following results. It increases the crop from 100 to 200 per oenu It resists drought in all cases. The crop is net affected by rust. It matures the crop three tc four weeks in advance, thus insuring tho crop against . early Irosts, er In the event of a backward season for planting enable the planter to put in his crop tare* or four wecr ?< \ater, even as late as the 1st of June, with a certainty of success It produce* a better quality of Cotton. Locking at the low price o...

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. — 16 March 1872

?. V U t * ft -r 0 n - v.) ja r r a :< ivi .i,?? ??-. f ?> .? Mill i't AjH two dollars per annum. }? M-j ?? 1 *ffiio.?. GOD A.TST13 OUR COUNTRY. VOLUME 6. SATURDAY MORNINCr, MARCH 16, 1872. ?{ always in advancjc ? ? 'Vor ??rpx--?T-tr^tiTjJi-jl' 'i.Hssr.i?nw .im Hi' III '? NUMBER 5 rHE ORANGEBCJRG?EWS PUBLISHED AT O TI^l jNTGrir: 3 U TlGr Erery Saturday Morning. BY THE 4RANGEBTJRG NEWS COMPANY TERMS OF SURSCRIFTION. ?aa Cepy for one year. $2.00 U' ?? ?? six Months.\. 1.00 A?Y one sending TKN DOLLARS, for a Olnk of .New Subscribers, will receivo nn EXTRA COPY for ONE V KAR, free of ?barge. Any ene sending FTVE DOLLARS, far a Club ef New SubBcribers. will receive an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of ?karge. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 ??usre 1st Insertion^??*??..;?<*?*if $l.r,0 ?? " 2d ?? ., 1.00 A Squft.ro consists of 10 lines Brevier or ?n? incV of Advertising space.. Administrator's Notices, .?*?*.$5 00 Xetiees *f Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, kc....$9 00...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 16 March 1872

TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. }? GOD ^VTST O OXJR OOTHSTTl^Y. VOLUME 6. SATURDAY MORNIN&, MARCH 16, 1872. <{ ALWAYS IN ADVANOK NUMBER 5 THE ORANGEBLTRG NEWS ?:o:-?? ? PUBLISH ED A T 0 TfcA. jNTGrK 13IJ RG Erery Saturday Morhins. BY THF. ^RANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY ?to:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ??? 0?py for one year. $2.00 ?* ?? " Six Months. 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Clnk of New Subscribers, will rcccivo nn EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of ?barge. Any ene sending FTVE DOLLARS, far s> Club of Now Subscribers, will receive M EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of ?karg?. ?:o:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $l.f>0 4? ?? 2d " ., 1.00 A Sqnaro eonaiats of 10 "mes Brevier or one inch of Advertising spa<.e. Administrator's Notices,.$6 00 Kette?! ?f Dix mis mil of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, ko.t.,.$0 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the ??at liberal Unas. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not ex-seeding one Square, inserted without ?karg?. If Ta...

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. — 16 March 1872

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS AUGUSTU8 B. KNQWLTON, EDITOR. QEOBOE BOLIVER, FMAKCIAL AXD dusinbbs MaNAOBB. SATURDAY, MAB. 16,1872. enu_ . . t - , i ?i i ?- ? Every nrtiele for tbe Orakorbvro News mutt be accompanied by the rent nnrae of the author-not neccssa?Uy for publica tion, but a guarantee of good faith on tbe ?art of the writer. The Tones of the 28th ult. used in its celebrated "War Grumble," tho fol lowing language : "If thoro is nny chance (of war) tec do not see why the South slutuld grieve." Upon which tho News of tho 2d inst. remarked, that it appeared there from that the Democratic party of the South entertained toward the United States this feeling : "That tho South should find no reason for grief in the prospect that our gov ernment may become involved iu foreign War." The same "Grumble" contained the following language : "If England be the contestant AVK need NOT be OVER ANXIOUS that key success in crippling Uncle Sam should he speedy, provided she do Ed EVEN tually succeed." ...

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. — 16 March 1872

Ts O OA' L . SATURDAY, MAR- 16. 1872. All Advertisements must be handed to the Business Manager before Thursday Noon. - _ i ? ? lift EDITOR?Please announce D. A. PORTER as a Candldato for Sheriff at the ?tat Election aa<s oblige his many friends in the FORK. T. Cautmill.?Sec bis new adver mcnt. Postponed Indbfinitbly. ? The Delinquent Tax Land Sale which was advertised for last Tuesday. We inadvertently omitted to state, lust week, that Col. Dudley's card was ad dressed to the editors of the Charleston Courier. White Ctpxbss Lumber.?There is n demand for ?!>!? article now, as lum bermen will see by reading advertisement of "Wanted" in another column. Owing to a ?lisuudorstaudiug iu the Sheriff 's Office, and an utter inability on our part to find a conveyance, we cannot hold Court, as advertised, in the Fork. Upon being further notified we shall do the best id our power to'strpply the wants of the community. One hundred aud sixteen acres of land adjoining the Claflin Universit...

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. — 16 March 1872

WILHELM THEODORE MULLEE MAS just reUirncd'from CHARLESTON with the btst selection of SEED II POTATOES ever brought to Orange burg. II? lau on baud the EARLY ROSE, GOODRICH, PINK EYE, and PEACH BLOOM. Also another CHEAP LOT of HAMS from 10 to 16 cIh per lb. White NORTHERN PEAS. Ureen and Yellow GARDEN PEAS. Fine YELLOW 0N10N8. A lot of Prim* New York SMOKED TONttUKS at 60 Cents. BREMEN LAG AR by tho dos., delivered free of charge to any House. SWEET CIDER oil draught. MAEL aud GRIST?Bolted and unbolted. jan 18 A splendid selected-WHOLE STOCK of Mon'n, Women's nnd boy's SHOES. Also a lot of Farmer's Indispensable I?n plcments. such ns TRACES, HAM ES, AXES, MANURE FORKS and PLOW LINGS. He nlso now keeps cn hand a SAMPLE DARREL of tho World-wide, well-known ACME. COMMON WHISKIES from $1.40 up wards. Tbc REST Double Distilled WHITE WINE VINEGAR In the Village, without any ox ccption. Rft&~ Claiming my small shoro of the trade j and tflanking my FRIENDS and CUSTOM ' ERS for past favor...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 23 March 1872

TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. )? 1 .?Do r.ib.l/. H ????: L*li_1:'. ItOCji 1 (ft ?,!.t.j?; vi?i!" j >ll berth*) ?tTI .ttimin* { C*7 l"j bifid 1~ ?J -,fi!/.? rt VOMJME 6. -,i ! ' I'll -L- t .,?/-)/ i.?lii. t> ?j i*,'.uj&. *i?i <)l?t ? uiuiu r. At '? ??. Ill* ' . '.! ' i R ? ,tftr ' 1?? ?1h?d ?III <?1 !?'? SATURDAY MOftl RCH 23, 18T2 .xm il ir/1 rjlnrbH *i ifrudrf .Y.IL.''in-i(j('/if ootnfeq gat ".'pUH'? writ .T?E ?EANGEEURG NEWS PUBLISiriW AT ? TtJS. IN"OTC b it na Erory Saturday Morning. MANGE?TTKG NEWS COMPANY ' ' tW ?:o:? 1 TERSIS op'subscription. ? Copy for one year. . $2.00 ' " ' .". Six Months.1.00 fiiiy one sending TEN DOLLARS, fer a ClnV? of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of ekarge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, fer * Club of Now Subscribers, will receive tu SXTR.V COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of ?karg?. rates op advertising. 1 .Jqunrc 1st Insertion.... ?1.50 ?? ?? 2d. ". 1.00 A Square eoneists of 10 lines Brevier or inch of Advertising sp...

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. — 23 March 1872

TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. )? volume 6. ? ? ? / 1 v -TW,:/. H .1? /. ! If.il 1' t V. '. "f ?? . ?i >i ;I ?4.:w7 H ?'i mI/.-I'. -unou T. ft* ?! Ule ?- ?' ,r? saturday mob rl77 : 'on "yfi3?/u Uli?!'JV'?{'? Mill ; ??? ?' ?tili I B. ?i /v/v?, i'viii ??\?K .??d\*nt. flI<.-)i<T'.i^viC ??otal?q x?t mSkOH.23. 1872. 1 AVfrlwWj&HiW?? number'6 > wvn nrtt rrtl<>. .the ORANGEBURG NEWS f?:o:? PUBLISHED AT i'?Tfc A.1STGt-R R UBG 1' Every Saturday Morning. ?V TIIK ^RANGEKURG NEWS COMPANY *" ( **' ?:o:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Copy for bne> year. . $2.00 4? i? ? ?? Six Months.~ 1,00 fAjiy one ?ending TEN DOLLARS, fer a Clnfc of New Subscribers, will receive ttn RXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of ?tifge. Any on? sending FIVE DOLLARS, f?r: * Club of Now Subscribers, will receive aaTtXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of ?>o:? RAT KS OF ADVERTISING. 1 8qu*rc III Insertion. ?1.50 4i 44 2d ?*. 1.00 A Square eonsiats of 10 lines Brevier or ono inch of Advertising space. AJarialstrator'i N...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 23 March 1872

Items, Another Mayue Ried novel is im pending. March 9th is Kdwin Forest's sixty-, ninth birthday. Dr. Trail is publishing a book on rais ing potatoes hygieoieally. A little boy defines snoring as "let* ling off sleep.'* A good little Ohio boy basked enough corn hut fall to buy his mother a piano. Coward conscience hoi paid into the Treasury nf the United State ?130,000. The English fashion in weddings io becoming popular io New York;?six bridesmaids and no groomsmen. . A follow who mistook tho situation re cently applied for too position of ' end mn" In the Troy Praying Band. A Bartford skating park proprietor advertises different rates of admission ht "grown*' people and "adults." "Mumps and railroad schemes" nrc ?aid to be the prevailing diseases at the capital of Main? this winter. Bents in Chicago for desirable stores arc 15 to 25 per cent higher than the ruling rates beforo the fire. The British Government denies the report of a secret treaty for the separa tion of Canada. Dis...

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. — 23 March 1872

Items. Another Maync Ried novel is im pending. March 9th is Edwin Forest's sixty - ninth birthday. Dr. Trail is publishing a book ou rats " ing potatoes hygicnically. A little boy defines snoring as "let ????H va nirep. A good littlo Ohio boy husked enough corn hut fall to buy his mother a piano. Coward conscience has paid into the Treasury of tho United State $130,000.. ' The English fashion in weddings is becoming popular in New York?six bridesmaids and no groomsmen. . A follow who mistook the situation re cently applied for too position of ' end aseft" in the Troy Praying Band. A Bartford skating park proprietor Advertises different rates of admission fet "grown" people and "adults." "Mumpx and railroad schemes" arc said to he the prevailing diseases at the capital of Maino this winter. Bents in Chicago for desirable stores art 15 to 25 per cent higher than the ruling rates ho fore the fire. The British Government denies the report of a secret treaty for the separa tion of Canada...

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. — 23 March 1872

I, o ca. X. urn vivi/n i, .'i.m. tola. All Advertisements must be handed to the Business Manager before Thursday Noon. MR EDITOR?IMcaso announce D. A. TORT Ell at ? Candidate for Sheriff at the naxt Election ami oblige Ida many friends in tiio FORK. j?i? : .' m . _agsr THE NEWS HAS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY Last Thursday evening a dwelling hotiso owned by Mr. D. Louis, and occu pied by Mr. John Riley, about two miles from 'Orangeburg, in the Edisto Fork, WjSA destroyed by fire. Tho fire, wo are informed, was accidental. A meeting of tho Trustees of the South Carolina Agricultural College and Mechanics' Institute will be held at Orangeburg, on tho 28th iustant. The Trustees of Claflin Uuivertity will also meet at the same time. te Express Office will hereafter be in the store or Capt. John A. Hamilton. Tho locality is far more convenient for our business men than has been the case heretofore. No better appointment could have been made than that of Cnpt. II., to this respo...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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