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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 7 September 1867

.POETRY. j [From the Darlington Southerner.] ?v? ? Tho Confederate Bead.' DT UI88 B. &. OHBIBBOROnan. "I would'not exchange my dead son for any living son in England."?Loan Abmosu. ?V ' A glory shines oYcr tho regal South) And a crown on her queenly head. And the fairest gems in her diadem . Are the deeds of her royal dead. I'd rather stand by thoao soldiers' graves And feel for tho South they died, Than hold my hand to a living man, And know that ho turned aside. When the billowy waves of war's red tido Swept o'er tho paths we trod, And tho clash of arms, and tho battle's cry Went up to the throne of God. . I'd rather stand by these pallid forms? Great martyrs to Cause sublime? And know that, 'twas Truth Uiat led them on, And Libcrty'B hand divino. ?) ;rr~i i \ ?. : ' 4 ? O, dead,, great dead of the Southern land! I stand with unveiled brow, And lift my eyes to the eternal stars, And feel ye're immortal now. I have no tears for your honored graves, No minor ch?unt for your fall...

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. — 14 September 1867

-.> ?:/. v/Vms ?>*?! ?'?? J .<?;?.vr--i'.?/ .> ; ;!??'.?ii.vvt ? '????? ? ?, :>.t\? 'hi . 'HiiJ-i-v/ ! 'ill <: 1 h/riii" ?iii'lo ?i1 l, -i-wl!.- i< t ;'. 'ic' J .IVoW tfixi (! I ' i/i >if? iii ?? '' * -,.! ' . y.) - j.\n->'\' .?'?'.'.'? lf?! / -<t*rrf ti'rf ?.Mi-i'i .i'pj?:> . . ?(!? .fj?. v'iii-?' -Mi: Iijf'J?^> ?:??) 5 v{. 'jin V'l uiVl^MJ i' ? ?'" '?Mi - ? ? i : tit lim ol \>n?i**}i\ I ! i i- iVi ? ;i <r.^ ri ! .^WliST -OUB H(j?MES; T]HEN OXJIt STATE; KIN ALLY TUlS.NATION; THESE flO-NOTITUTM't?R 'c?'ffMf!^ j j _ . ^ f j'- ' 1 ' ? 1 ' ' " ' '_? : : ??: :. ???_ ? '-"l- ?-.-?--i--? 1 < ? < I t'- '-fh \ -" _ = W^S^MP*^ : W- "'?r" I^ATURD,AY MORNIN?,^EPTEMBBR. 14, 1867;-:.^-^fH ? -. -.\f. h ? ?. v -A.v(;v THE ORANGEB?EO'1 NEWfiL'1 -y.'<i v ? . -? ! '?) r^-ti"' i?n yvdt kti*)'ioifv bit/; JWBMSIIEI) ATl?WA N GEBCRG, 0. S ? ii'if?i ?' b;ii ?.*?:<):-?!.t' i ?41? In -/??>?' ! ??? SAMUEL DIBBLE; Editor my. a?dibble; hunac'titt Eiitv V...

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. — 14 September 1867

THE ORANOEBUKO NEWS, PUBLISHED WEEKLY ORANGEBURG, S. C. Office ef Publication on Market-Street deer the ' t ^ Post Office. . * SAMUEL DIBBLE, Editor. VIRGIL C. DIBBLE, ABSociato Editor. CHABLEiyj.HALL,^ublishw.. ,' , f , R^jDING, MATTER (JfN^EVERY PAGE. items. Corn sells in.O?^lqosko, Iowa, jut oigbjfoccflts | ?b*4<?k:-j ;<?:,.; ?? dj . -.t yiiie Tho Brazilian l^irliament proposes - to extin guish' tho national debt by moans of lotteries. Mr. Stun ton has gone to'St. Albans, Vt., to Bpcnd'n few days with Exj-Govcrnor Smith. Cotton Worui, or Caterpillar, bos .caused great destruction ou the Sea , Islands this sea son; bwnoift ? j lotviu-: ?! iaiitu <%ini. Immense herds of buffalo have lately been | Been on th? Upper Missouri) Tho Indians are ndi far ?flV : ' ??? ??? .,Tho "Winona and St. Peters railroad Is open' to "Wasoca, one hundred and five miles west of J tho. Mississippi river. Out of 175 cases of murder and attempt at murder, in New York, during the .past your, there ...

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. — 14 September 1867

PUIJLISJIED . Orsdigeburg, S. C. . ? ^fV/^jsv 92 OQ ipcr Annum, in Ai1pame.:: ring the Bering,and Fall Seasons, Extra Copies bf'tho OuAKaR?trao Nicwswill bo circulated for tho bchofftof'our AiivKnriBtxo r.\TftbN8. IB >?i? >*n -i ii ir-'j ? .. fj> v., ? 1 t > a?"f"Contwiat- Advertisements inserted.. on thci most Liberal Terms. Address .tu* .1'Hl?M a l 1 ggio ? Editjpfct/'Orangoburg Nowa,".. , Orangchnrg, S. C. 9&" We r^?l^f^^ju?! our frienth to amd in tftc^iril'Advilrtt'temrnts a?',*<?rfy, iin the tseek at convenient; an*l if jiossible, let its hare them by Thursday evening, liy this means, ice icffl bezahle, to issue at an earlier hour on Satur day, and icill be enabled, to give more of the. latest news, up to the lime of our aoimr to 'press. $ ?tan <n : ? ? ? ? ? ?? ' ? ? i WWA?ING MATTER ON KVHRY PAG K. "t?cAt;'B^^.^ SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT/, 14?l8C7. ImportJii(tjtir>SuKscribers ? We are!'rilalcmg arranjr^nicrits to'^ Vurnisb great inducements ' to the read...

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. — 14 September 1867

H u|oWW_ ? j^y.-; ??~iffr----,--*r^^===r-;? A iViL-n _,An TriHlunan.who found in tho BtrQQt a bill of lure of a roocnt dinner, dis coyorod. herein tho information of "oysters oookod in. champagne^ouo of tho dishes served. "Bedad," says Pat, drawing his sleeve; across his thirsty mouthy "I wish I was an oys tor." . . t ?'. ; Poring th? rcc?nt .session of ,the Equal Rights' Convention, a strong-minded female I ohtcred a street railroad car. An old gent rose to give hor a. scat, but asked, "Bo you J ono of thoso woman's righters 7" "I be." I "You believe ' a womatf should have olli fho j righfejoi5 a man 7" "Yes, I do." "Thetfsfand | up'And enjoy them like a man," and she did stand up. j "^antDcti? people are most likely to take cold ?" "Why, noj ino stranger in du town, and can't tell dut!" 1 "Well, I will tell you?it is de bank." "How ia dat.?" "Because dare arc so many drafts iu it." ""Pat ia good : hut oau you toll me sab. what makes da.ro be sp many draits in it?" ,, w, ? . "No>...

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. — 21 September 1867

. *r.% f J;? I,, . M 2.i,T Vili\ ??il ly 'Mi* ? t -.*?',', ,. ', , , . i '' >ii WJ\yt i '.w ,i irp K1KST OUR HOMKS; Tl-IKN' OTJTt 8T.ATK; UMIST^LT^Y TlljE ?s' AT.ION ; r.V I I KSK CONSTITUTE ()UK-(j()UNTBY , ?-,-? VOLUME 1. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1807. NUMBER 31. THE .sOHAN?EBURG NEWS. f^ * ? ? l-:o:i-- - v J'CULISHKD AT OILVNOEHURU. CJ. 8 Every Saturday Morning. . iSAMCLL prjlJUjK, Editor. V. C. DlllBLE, Associate /Mit,.. {'J IA ELEX II. 11 ALL, I'uh/isher. ?:o:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. line t'ojiy for oue:year...'. $2.00 " " '? Six Months. 1.00 '* " Three ?'. 50 Any one milking up ii CLUE of FIVE ANNUAL d'HSCKIHKKS will receive till extra copy FREE OF UHAtt?ti. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. !?l.?O u ?': 'ill. 7.-> A Square consists'of It) lines llrevier or one inch Of Ail vert ising space. Contract,.Advertisements inserted upon the "most liberal terms. MAltlllAGli and FUNER AL NOTICES, not ex ceeding one Square, inserted without charge. &sr Tonus ...

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. — 21 September 1867

THE ORANUEBUIIG NEWS, PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT O R AN GEBUR.<0, S. C. Office of Publication on Market-Street over the Post Office. SAMUEL DIBBLE, Editor. VIRGIL C. DIBBLE, Associate Editor. CHARLES II. HALL, Publisher. READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. Ov.r Charleston Lottcr. Itadicat* in conclavc-r-Important Order front Gen. Canby?Outrage in Christ Church Parish-?Jenkins to be Innig?Chisolm par dotted?Base Ball?Boat racing?Public Schools, dye. Charleston, Sept., 18, 18G7. On Monday oveniug last," tbo votaries of Radicalism, black and white, wero invited to meet in solemn conclave at Military Hall, to deliberate aud act upon the nominations for their local Central Committee. A goodly con course responded with their request?the Afri cau clement, of course, largely predominating. The meeting was not a harmonious one, as many of the negroes evidenced their decided aversion to the appointment to position of their Caucasian confreres. Tbo fulsome flattery of Radical emisarics, and their apothe...

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. — 21 September 1867

THK OKAN?EBUHU NEWS, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING Orangeburg, S. C Terms:. $2 00 pe?* i/twiton, in Advamc. Buring tho Springnntl Fall Seasons, Extra CopicB of tho OnANOKimno News Avill bo circulated for the benefit of our AnvEnTifliNO Patiions. Contract Advertisements inserted on the ?moat Liberal Terms. Address SAMUEL DIBBLE, Editor "Orangeburg News," Orangeburg, S. C. t&" We respectfully request our friends to send in their Advertisements its early in the ?week its convenient; unit if possible, let us have tthem by Thursday evening. Jiy this means, we 'ttill be able, to issue at an earlier hour on Satttr 'day, ami trill be enabled to give more of the ?latest news, up to the time of our going to press. f^SSBiSSSSSSBSSSOBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS HEADING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. ^LOCALIfEMST SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT., 21, 18G7. Important to Subscribers We arc making arrangements to furnish great inducements to the reading public of Orangeburg and the surrounding Districts. Wc ...

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. — 21 September 1867

A G RIpULT?RAL, &C. f 9 ^^^t*"^-5"^-~~ ? ?? ~ ?:~~ ? How to Mnko Money at Farming. Tho question of lubor is beginning to assuuio* a proportion of considerable importance. Hith erto tbq fanner has offered tbc laborer onc tbird of. tbc produce of tho soil as hire, ami many find themselves making nothing nt it, while on tho other hand, the irccdiuan is com plaining that "ho can't live at tbc third." Nor can-be live on the third of the produce of a poojHyj managed aud bad conditioned farm. The only holp for it in our own opinion is: 1st. Not to plant one foot of land that is un manurcd. 2d. To hire only as many laborers, and to keep only as many horses as arc absolutely ne cessary. . 3d. To pay tho laborers, not in the produce of tbc farm but in money. 4th. To biro.labor by tbc month. . 5th. To feed stock on clover, oats, turnips, ?o., aud about 20 bushels of chopped corn, per annum. Gth. To make use of the implements of the prcrcnt age, aud exercise a wise judgment in tho selection...

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. — 28 September 1867

iir." ,v: ja: i k;; ?,?> ,?. ;i Ji 0 if .1 / / ;r f > =?== FI3R8T OUR HOMES; THEN OUB STATE; FINALLY THE NATIOiSr; THESE CONSTITUTE OUR COU^Blfr;, 'l;T;J L . SATURDAY MOROT ylpll^^^^l^ THE QRANGrEBUEG NEWS. -7:0:? I'UBLISHED AT'oRANGEBUKG, C. S ?>'... Every Saturday Morning. VAC. DIBBLE, Associate Editor.' CHARLES H. HALL, Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oag C?py for one year.,...,;.......i. $2.00 j ?* " ?? Six Months.. 1.00 .. ti m Three " ftVtWtf.GO Any one making up a CLUB of FIVE ANNUAL -UBSCRIRERS will reeeive an extra copy EUEE ?t^CHARGK. ie>W n 111 WO Mil ??! nuuiHi ???>?( t"Jo ?' -~JO;?? . RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square let Insertion. $1.60 . 2d? V , ... ,78 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or One inch ?of Advertising space'.' ' 1 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. ?:o:? MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not ex ceeding one Square, inserted without charge. ?:o:? m&~ Turins Cash in Advance. "?a ?:o:? For;further particulars, app...

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. — 28 September 1867

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS, ?PUBLISHED WEEKLY at ORANGEBURG, S. C. Office of Ptbtication on Market-Street over the Post Office. samuel DIDDLE,. Editor. TIIIGIL C. DIDDLE, Asaoo'tdo Editor. CHARLES H. HALL/ Publisher. ?EADIN^'tf ATTER5 ON EVERY PAGE. f= * . ?? . foii Items. ? *V ??,?? . - R.jGj-T Horton, Editor of the New York Day. Jto?U i? dead. .General Grant's fathct is speaking on tho Democratic sido Itt'fhoiOhio canvassi f ,.w tu Tn tho New York Constitutional Convention a proposition to locato the State capital at New York, oity was lost. t'\ '.. .'*' '??>-?* )'.<?- *.-ir irn< In some patjtft of! Indiana, .where tho drough^ has dcBtroycd tho pasturage, tho farmers arc beginning to feod their stock, .. ... Judges Warner; Walker and Harris,; of tho Supreme Court of Georgia, aro out in lottors fav oring1 reconstruction under the military bills on tho ground of necessity and expediency. Vallaudigham, in a speech Friday evening claimed that tho soldiers' pensions and boun ties wor...

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. — 28 September 1867

tEI>J EJVERY SAT?RDAY MORNING During the Spring-atld tfaU$oafcons/.i?xtra Copies of thWOfev?WflmjRo Nbw? WHl bo Circulated for the benefit, oi/our ?^\;KliT?t91nu Ratroxs, jj?y- Contract Advertisements inserted, on. 4bo most Liberal Terms. Address H fcswfeiiff erf; e-;CUlV?I^dibbi>b1^<^ ?/ M 0% t'Ktst^Nj.} ' j.. ?rvii bfftiorfl ?? ..V ; ... ?i lo ?h>? ?dj u ,eM*P^Wngeburg Nowa,"^,,,. Orangeblftgj :S.-?w*< jQra)'- )Vc 'respectfully request our friends to send ih their Advertisements us early iii the \ccc7t as convenient j Mul ifrpr>^ibU'. let us have them by ThursdayffvcnmjJp^Wy this mcans} tec trill be alde foiY^pja^an earlier hour on. Satur day, audif-ill be ci\at{ed to give more of the latesf, nci^tf- up io the tllhe of bxtr going to press. - READING-MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. 8ATURl>X?>MORNINGi SjEPT.s Important^ ^jibs^ribers We nre..nm^in<r Q^aut^gemcut.s to . furnish ! great inducements .*?.?%? reading public of U)rnngeburg and tJic surrouhding-'DiBtricts.'...

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. — 28 September 1867

AGRICULTURAL, &C, 1 .-rtra31ine /foPiSowijig Wheat. tijfkO IntUol i^;.:. ' It; IiHltticpJCstloH'-tt presented to tho'farmer whether ho shall bow his wheat vory early in the season on soil hastily and imperfectly pro parcel, or wait until', a'later period nud expend more labor in - the. preparation of tho seed . bed, lot hinr%c^lai0M%voVrr?,f Iate^1 sowing and th3Mu*g*h ''^r^a'riiUVb.^'?iAii^ taost circuit j stances early1 hoWm^'nj1 of* ho advantage, : and often it is highly' injurious. The Supposed beuefjt to-lie,derived ' fhfoi [H? is ja ? largo JfijU; growth}and 'strong .rooted plants ; which nau endure the winter. But it is not always , the; largest growth,of top in tho wheat plant in the fall which makes' tho! ropt. \JSarlJ sown wheatmav have fta growth^ by mean a {ofrwa?m, wet weather,'^hroV?<largoly',to''th6'top ahd less to the root, than \b ?TcsTiWblej ?i?cJ InVfthifl case will-.not como through tho >winter' as woll as thaVte?Wn late, ?dien theiwolfwenthefAb favor* ...

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. — 5 October 1867

0 .: :IT imp, % > ?rv~-^ FIRST OUR HOMES;'. T1IKN OUR STATIC; FINATJA7" ?^IE "N ATI ON ; TI-IERE (CONSTITUTE; OUR COUNTRY. .^TOLUME 1, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 186T. NUMBER 33. THE ORANGEBURG NEWS. PUBLTSIiKPWT OHAN;GEBURG/,C; S Every Saturday Morning. ?:<?:? MAM UAL MUHLE, Editor. V. a DIBliLE, Associate Editor. " WtA ii/JjfS ?F; mi L/j, / WuoW, TKKMH OF 8UHSCHl\*TIOK. Om U?fj for on? y?nr.J>?.00 ? Six Months.^.? 1.00 *M ?? ** Thruo " .; 60' Any ono tanking up ? CIA'B of FIVE ANNUAL ? il'USCltinKltS will receive an extra copy KREB OE CHANCE. (1V.VTKS OF Al)VKUTISlNfJ. \ Sipiarc 1st Insertion. $l.f?U " ' 2d ??. 7?"> A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or one inch of A <1 vert is: it ? space. Contract Advertisements inserted upon lite most lilieral terms. I ?"?:!>:? M.VUiUAOK ami FUNKRAL NOTICES, not ex ceeding one Square, inserted without charge. n*iT- Terms Casli in Advance, "^a Vor further particulars, apply'to Mit. Cuaui.k.h II. Hall, or address SA.MUKL 1)...

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. — 5 October 1867

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS, PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT , ?: \ ORANGEBURG, S. IS. Office of Piiblicat'um on Murkct-Street over the Post Office. SAMUEL DIBBLE, Editor. * VIRGIL C. DIBBLE, Assooiato Editor. (? CHARLES II. HALL, Publisher. <v>7iw (TVj ? ,? ASKING "MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. . Items. General Stcrliug Price is dead. ' Rev.' Joseph Cross. D. D? well kuown throughout this State, died of yellow fever in Houston Texas,Inst weck. Tho Garibaldinu- riots have been suppressed, and it is officially announced that the country ^^? <-w ' ? ? r. .... *mWQ 8 0 K ru AS ? tournoy recently held in Winnsboro, \ha highest prise was won by a boy twelve years old. Twenty knights c'nterod the Rats as competitors. The yellow fqver is still epidemic in New Orleans, Mobile, Galycston. Houston and Key I West. At New Orleans there arc from sixty to soventy deaths daily. A young man named Magrath was murdered near Pocotaligo on Friday lnet by a negro. Cause:?Mr. Magruths' having ordered the negro from his. pr...

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. — 5 October 1867

*-THE 0RANGEBU1M? NEWS, ? ? jj,: j j .P.UIJLISIIHD EVERY SATURDAY MORNING ^ s f r j-c at, > :;< ?r?Hgeburg, S. G, Ternls: $2 00 per Annum, in Advance. b'nrlhg the Spring nnd Fall Scnsons, Extra Copies . of the PitAXOKtu'iui Nkws will bo circulated for the "bcilchtof bur AnvKiiTisjNo Patiioxs. 88*r* Co'njrnot Advertisements inserted on the ?most Liberal Terms. Address , ; SAMUEL DIBBLE, j * ii" ; .;? .( ? i j , Editor "Orangeburg News," 9 ?"? - "i? i*< ? 7,? Orangcburg, S. C. ^?'V.JST* ifc rcsjuiffn/fi/ requwit our friends to l,,'sent? in their Advertisements as.earli/ in the. \eeek as convenient; and if 'jwsiu'lde, let us hare them l>y Thit'rxilay evenimj. . ]>// this means, ice trill he dole to issue, at ait rhrlier hour on Katnr \fai/\ and mi// hc'ipiwbfcd to i/it c more. of', the . latest rieicsf up to the. time of our f/oing to jii'ess, ' itEADING MATTER ON EVERY PAG K. LOCAL ITEMS. SATURDAY MORNIXtl^OCT., 5, 1867 Important to Subscribers Wo arc making arrangement...

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. — 5 October 1867

?CjB? I C,U L T U R A L; & C. The Strawberry Culture. ?>.? t ......... ' ?>' '' ' ; ? '""There appears to bo a general disagreement in relation to the culture of strawberries cspo 1 j cially as to soil and manure. A gentleman, an oxporionccd fruit-grower, wlxo'called Upon us a few days, since, said ho bad como to the conclusion that we' niadc our ?:'strawberry-bods too rich. His greatest suc cess had been when ho planted in ordinary ^?r^r^t&rtd, and. did not top-dress. Ho, howovor, agreed with us in the opinion that moist, cool situations, even where there was a little" shado a portion of tho day, was to be preferred; also that, as a rule, hill-planting , should not bo adopted, though with a few va nities it might be the best. Planting broad cast, as it may not bo inappropriately called, pPJn^ilmostovcry instnnco givo more fruit, " ih? bftdB will last , longer. It is true Sonic s?Vt ?ron6W ^hoir beds cvory two or thrco tifn^jjye^urB }.)?nt if ttycro is'success iu secur...

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. — 12 October 1867

>..^ .y... i?d .Itirst our homes; titian our state; exist aue y the 3stATIOISr; these constitute- 0trK"C?TrjTTK?"-" ' '"" ;- ?? ? - ? - ? ? ??? >t ".. ' . . r |; ,. , ..... j. ?, ._m 1/ ;m . SATURDAY MORNING; OCTOBER 12, 1867. lino!) t ? ami t. i" NUMBER St TPfiE ?RANGEBURG NEWS. V lI'Ti ?? Ml 1 -:oi ^th^TSHED ^AT ORAtfGEIJURG, C. s] ? ^ ,.. Every Saturday Morning. :A,/S^HrJuL , l)IUBLEy Editor. ,., V. '0. DJMiLE, Associate Editor. i^IIA'l&tfS IT. HALL, Publisher. . ...v. ?. :o:? , .TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. *0?? C?jiy for cne year.. $2.W ?.*?:'>>?? I..;,' sJx MontliB.... 1.00 ?> ?c ?? Three .t. 60 ?'AWy ohe making up n CI.UR of FIVE ANNUAL ?jUDSCRIRE RS will receive an extra copy FREE OF qilARGli RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion'..,. $1.7>Q **? ?? '2d "J. 7? ?A Square consists of 10 linca Brevier or one inch *bf Advertising space. Ootitr4et Advor.tisciMiUts inserted upon the "most nbertfl tcVhrs. ?ViXRRIAGE and FUNERAL NOYCES, ?ol ex ceeding one Squar...

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. — 12 October 1867

THE ?RAN^BtJll? NEWS, PUBLISHED WEEKLY ORANGElf?RG, S/c. C>^rVc of ilthtteutioii on Market-Street over the Pott Office. SAMUEL DIBBLE, Editor. VIRQIL C. DIBBLE, Associate Editor. CHARLES II. HALL, Publisher. KEXDING MATTER ON EVERY TAGE. Items. JForncy talkB about tho President as the ser vant who wastes tho public property at Wash ington. How about the senatorial penknives and shears, you Treasury leech ? The great objection to smart children is that when they commence having whiskers they leave off having brains. By forcing children you get so much into their heads that they be como cracked in order to hold it. A silver tnino has been discovered in the farm of Mr. John J. Larow, ten miles south west of Staunton, Va. Surface specimens of the oro have been analyzed, which are said to bo vory rich and to promise a fine yield upou going deeper. Tho- Republicans of Albcmarlo, Virginia, met and revised their Convention ticket, leav ing off tho colored candidate, and nominated Judge R...

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. — 12 October 1867

THE OKANGEIJUIlti NEWS, PUBLISHED vJiyiiRYi SATURDAY MORNING >*\ ';i at - VV Orangeburg, S. C. * Terms: ?2 00 2>er Anmim, in Advatue. During ttio Spring nnil Fall Seasons, Extra Copies of the Okanukuuku Nkws will bo circulated for the benefit of our AuVKiiTisixu l'atkoxs, . Cohtnlct Advertisements inserted on the m4st Liberal Terms. Address SAMUEL DIDDLE, ngeburg News 10?'. Orangcburgv 8. C. ,'. Editor "Orungeburg New?, ?<Mn*i i 1 ? i ; ? SfijT J}rc respectfully request our friends fo semi in their Advertisements as early in the *ccek as convenient; and if possible, let us have them hy Thursday evening. By this means, tee will he able, to issue at an earlier hour on Sntur 'dtty, and trill In- enabled to give more of the latest neics, up to the time of our going to press. READING MATTER ON EVERY 1>A(JE. LOCAL ITEMS. %*!NJ**Xr MORNING, OCT., 12, 1SG7. Important to Subscribers Wo 'arc making arrangements to furuish great inducements to the reading public of Orangeburg and t...

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