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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 21 September 1872

I. O O A. T-. SATURDAY, SEi'T 21, 1872. 411 Advertisements must ?Ve handed to the Business Manager before Thursday Noon. The many friends of W. J DsTllKVILLK announce him ?8 a candidate for Solicitor of First Circuit. AN WOU MR EDITOR?Please announce D. A. PORTER as a Candidate for Sheriff at the neat Eieoiion and oblige his many friend? In tho FORK. . ALEXANDER BROWN, of tho Fork of Edisto, is hereby announced as a candidate for County Commissioner by MANY FRIENDS. Mn. Euitor?Please announce GEO W. BAXTER, from the Forks or Edisto. as a candidate for the Lower Reuse of the Gene ral Assembly, at the next Election sn Obligo MANY VOTERS. Junol tf FOR HIIEKIFF. Many friends of Rsrpin Rigg? F.?co, lb< present Sheriff, anntntilo ? him as 4 c":ind - date for re-oledtiori: FRtENDS AND VOTERS. It is Recently Ctuicoded tit a* Goo Jirtljver' will rjo. iv't> ' I! i??<> f . Chirk of the tV.tr?, '???".? i?o? a faithful bffi * fiir .? . . i> i nud d-s?rV*? the ?'u ir. -upp r h< ...

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. — 21 September 1872

Remarks or Joiin Newton.?#4 {JLristi?? nuuald never plead spirituality for being a slot WMf hstff butwhop" cleaner, be sbouW bojNB bofctfc th$i IOtTO. My pri?J?J?L^Bj^od efd^featisa; b?reay i8 JfVSWifttltl. life prcptics to fill a basket with rams. Now^ if I can fill it firatwlfftJKoJi, lUjaf^ def> his attempts, kl ? ? J jflLsJ ^fe, a\re orttical ttmos of danger, r frr-afc KPfviccH, honors and cdnsol s'tand upon our gv??rdr Noah, Lot, David and Solomon fell iu. thc?0 circumstances. Satan is a icot A foot-pod will not attack a man . ithhis po Cbrifit hcaveu to re^B^t^tTe** rBWriH on earth with his naturo to represent ? A aft w-v wuiiih for imprnvo iou uowa of the day The falling of the loam aud the slaugufer of the Gulilcans were the nows of the flayt which our Lord improvcdrv r~% Much dWfQ?s on the way wc come into tumble. * Paul and Jonah were JHlCin 'tho btorm, but under - very circumstances. Pla in SAgpj^kA^rfjN II'T/ fTA [NTEliVIKW WITH r- .Cl?;uk.~-To make a good nny horse-e...

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. — 21 September 1872

?'.Ik mar Ks of John Newton.?&' ChrUilaa should never pload spirituality for being a slovtMprf li^t^but ?*sBhoe?-i cleaner, be shouV bo.ffl bestli the* town. My pri heresy is proposos to fill a basket with tarns. Now if I can fill it first wRl/>vbc defy his attempts. sWs JkJLJs. Q ml f.. There are critical times of danger. jTrTCr great services, honors and consol Sttions "wo fcliu.ll stand upon our guard, Noah, Let, David and Solomon fell in these circumstances. Satan is a foot A foot-pad will not attack a mnu but in returning . ith his pocket full of uioucy. Christ has taken our uaturo into hcavct. to represent ?b- He hns left u* on earth with his nature to represent U^^_ftfsm rrr [ifcrV; on'th.o waloh for improve " common uows of the day isli it. The falling of the >iIoam and the slaughter of the Gulilcans wore the nows of the day which our ^ord improved. Much depends on the way wc come into tjouble. ' Paul aud Jonah were dBf&Qifi/.the storm, but under very oircumstu...

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. — 21 September 1872

RkmakKs or John Newton.? r% Christian should never plead Bpirituality for being n slovMmff hgta but -??hoe* cleaner, be ?houjf bojjlfl bcBtjfn tbo town. My prinjnpal tiwjLod ??ofj<kfeati%g horcsy is ?4Wt&l&l.ilfcMllI. 5.0&c proposos to fill a basket with tarns.^N<-rw, if I can fill it first xrtfrfyr$cit, lVna.i | defy his attempts. WmiW m W JgJLL-i [There aro critical times of danger After great services, honors and consol slia'tl stand upon our guard. Noah, Let, David and 8oloineu fell in these circumstances. Satan is a foot pad.- A foot-pad will not attack a man Wkm^^tfpfb the bfiuk, but in returning . 5th bis pocket full of money. Christ has takon our naturo into hcavcu to represent ub* He'has left u? on earth with bis uaturc to represent Hm re on tbo walub for improve icommoii uews of the day islr it. The falling of the jiloatn and the slaughter of the Oulileans wore the news of the day which our .Lord improved. Much depends on the way we come into tjouble. ? 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. — 28 September 1872

tri W im 4Mt im Luimit Ulm I [0S3M .Tita? OT 84) SEJ.A? att>? Cr?? SA xcj a?3A av?o liiw raises ai ' 'aav i ? Ita^fliMfl tsr-sar ^ >aj I hhl ? aViia-r: J~_ . SATUHDAY ?LOM 2S.. M! tuM ??*? i*n4 *hn Mr<l *wi ?ab aa lorfioo* pat ? oAi imdi mota di -jooi* b? X-OO btsm y^ia'dsyU ??gbat to ilio'U$lBi{ic*$a ?di devoid ?jf?a??fa3 ?W-tfj Kr. dt 3?ti?/tv -4 .? ?i Ii .Irnj ?dl i? baMa-ntf o-Tw i.O Lad li Ii imtU <^,.* rn L-ifr-f. ? .?tPA**!?* ?a***:.--?-T -na rf4Aa?a|"t1 bnn oinlr*. tat "Je v^c**** J*tf->fBO Bfti .v.a c?(i) au fcoiau' .J^n vf?yjeaii<i?co ?etv | fue fMtofJ tiJ Ja i. -iiVr iK uoqu Hau , ^ AJ^WAI^ IN APYAtjl^fi TiTR*T-irl ^ y^W^I1 ifTAh ?HE ORANCtEBUEG NEWS TCvory SHHHr%iy Morn ine. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION " iw"ifiixiiftIiMr. 1 ^? Any ono sending TEJnbpLLARS, fori , EXTRA CQ?Y ../pjf, P^E^ YEAR, free ?clitoB^ Aayiorto.ae.rJctlngJ'IVE DOLLARS. .of^r^W?TnT^cTC^^ilWD^roersT^vTn receive ?*it T*B8l3UOOPT for STX MONTHS. Tree of ?MM?"lid i}H 1st tnsVjrti6ns.w<{........

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 28 September 1872

>ito? ??mj .r* or ?4> ajia ?** bc* uca^y?r? toi anu ay? rlffT Iftas1 JM tT?f ttt? awurwIKi immt*??-? 15* M A^^kA^tH*k*^*lf t^b %Jr NUM. } V taniftna ; bthurfl i M-*?i*U4> IIA ,f>?? ; tfl^DOifi jjxjir-j'jo imma li^mmK ?w o4 oiil ton ob ,? tj| .1.: >la ' ? *m bi'^j h Ji tt'.'t - n, '?fft .. . if: 'jool<t bdie GOD AN? Op?ui-Gia?J^??r^^ rt?^ia S?TOIlDAY MORNim?, SEPT?BE?,. 2S 1872, *. I .????? '/W fr-*?-.. ' -t 4*lUXM*lY 4fT^! .?? .T es? b totxj "'? /. T* ?*i uU m i:?oiu.oo ?u ?HE OR ANGEBURG-NEWS Fvory Satnrflny Wnrniiur. ?? ? '/. ? ?V TUE; .;' 'HANOEMHO M AYS COM i\V \Y ?:o:-? TEltSlS of rurScriptiox. OnV'Copy for one year..;. $'2.00 " " . ?? Six Months. 1.00 Any one sending TEN' HOLLAHS, for u Cinh of Kow PubscTTiMcrji, w'U receive nn EXTRA COPT /or ONE YEAR, free <>f ?''charge.. Any,one sending Fl VF. DOLLARS. .or.'iC ?Oinft of Now Siilisot-i hcr< will receive ?"an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS. ft;ce ..f " charge.:' ; -RATES OF ADVERTISING. >1" '8?fiaro 1s...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 28 September 1872

THE ORANGEB?UG NEWS ?EORCJE ROLIVER, Financial and Busnrsss Manaoeji. Ofilc Jnl Paper of the Stele and ?f Orangebnrff County. SATURDAY, SEPT. 28, 1878. Pop President: sses S. Grant. Vice President: Hfcitfy Wilson, or Massachusetts, state ticket. 1?'? _ for Governor. tri ci;; FrBnfaltu J. Moses? Jr. ?'. '.< Lkutcnaut Governor. [j R. H. Glcavcs. Attorney General. Samel W. Helton. toloqii" toi?! ol \Oecretary of State. Henry e. Hayn?. State Jrcatursr. Francis I?. Conoso. Comptroller General. Solomon I*. Hose. Superintendent of Education. Justus K. JfillHon. Adjutant and Inspector General. Henry W. Pnrrls. For Congress ? Third Congressional \ District. Hon. Robert B. Elliott. Congressman?State at Large. JR. H. Cain. The Oraiigeburg Times. j Mr- James S. Hey ward has assumed I the cditoiial management of the Times again. Mr. II. is a strong and vigorous young writer, and no doubt make our contemporary a permanent success. We wish it all prosperity. * jj The County c^YentipjaZ'_j ?? Th...

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 1872

nvsarnsrm ... "... .- n, " THE 0RAN6EB TJEG NEWS O?0K?? BOIJVE?, FlBAKCIAL AMD BUIIIIII M.ASAOS?. OJBcifi'l Stoker of the Stete na? ?of Onusfrebnrs; County. SATUWAI, 8?PT. 28, 1872. For President: asm/ S. Grant. es ?g ae President: Henry Wilson, f 7Massachusetts. V< otad r*"ft va;: jtA-i L._ abd ,B$ojb :? . ? mit! o* ??iWWPrr'**' W* MsM*Mi? yam rrnrrT ?... w#lt |&arrrtary o/ &al?. Henry JB. Hayne. i'uao i ?a<? JVeaaew. f||iTMOqCtJ.Va: ! Comptroller General rl ,110?, i<: eilil at? i ij- v. - . ? ? S?fmink.m\iint of EdKcatxon. b*\j has Ytertp? M. jnn?i?n. ~2?'J fAfU***** and Inspector General, v Henry W. JPnrrlc. ?jot It. LCj . Pfl . i. /or Congress ? Third Congrettioual \ District. ?r"'J ( ?e?. meiert R. Elliott. G5n/^r?*man?State a* Large. R. H. Cntn. ivl it>ebj i The Oraugeburg Times. Mr. James S. Heyward has aseumcd I the editoiial nmnagemeot of the Times again. Mr. H. b a strong and vigorous young writer, and no doubt make our contemporary a permanent success....

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 28 September 1872

am THE ORANGEB?RG NEWS GEORGE BOIiIVER, Fiwakoiai ajd Bvsnraaa Manager. OirScinl Paper of the Slate and or Ornnajcburg County. SATURDAY, SEPT. 28, 1872. F?r President: j?ysses S. Grant. President: B8 JlM^y. Heary Wilson, Of 0} x-.n ? A88 A0HU8ETT8. 1 '.n.ilr-. ? - _ STATE TICKET. eno orad . ? h vi . )<*, ' oil* odt ?* K. Gleave*. fteotJott r. ( . I .! '? : : ' bttjqh Attorney General. mi*' i fhMWpfi W. Helton. |&ecrrfciry o/ &ate. Henry E. Hajne. fiteto Treasurer. i FTftJieta la, Caagoat, jpav ??" Comptroller General. t\ u i, I?. Hase. Mi! ?07i .;,..y,v Superintendent of Education. fMT ? ' t? K. Jlllson. Adjutant and Inspector General. Henry TV. Pnrrla. For Congress ? Third Congressional District. ! Van. Bavert B. Elliott. v ' Congressman?State at Large. H.H. Cain._ The Orangebarg Times. Mr. James S. Hey ward has assumed the cditoiial management of the Times sgsin. Mr. H. if a strong and vigorous young writer, and no doubt make our contemporary a permanent success. We v,w...

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. — 28 September 1872

LOCAL. SATURDAY, 8EPT 28, 1872. AH A4v*rtisfimflutA be handed to the Business Maaager before Thursday Noon, _ TW ?aaay friend* of W. J. DeTREVILLE ttnsouaov aim M a candidate for Solicitor of ? First Circuit. ' ju^aaaaimra. MR - EDITOR?Please announce D. A.-j PORTER aa a Candidate for Sheriff at the aext Election and oblige his many friends in tha FO^tf ALEXANDER BROWN, of the Fork of . Ediate, is hereby announced as a candidate ' Iba Csanty Commissioner by ZT),. ; r MANY FRIENDS. Ma. Barroa?Please announce GEO. W. BAXTER, from the Fork of Edisto, as a ' 'daadutate for the Lower House of the Gene ral Assembly, at tho next Election aud oblige MANY VOTERS. jaaal - tf FOR SHERIFF. 'A t Many friends of Harpin Riggs Esq., the present. Sheriff, anotunoe him as a candi ' dato fer re-election. FRIENDS AND VOTERS. On Sabbath next, the 29th instant, being the firth Sunday of tho month, services" may be expected at the Episco pal Church aa usual. - siM^aaaiii Enterprise Saloon.?This saloon is ...

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. — 28 September 1872

swilling ?lUDE.??o Sunday tpung man i>:iu^gd^-jflf?Sil n unuifjElth c uiarvJU ut t on rjfepcci.s luto Strich Iii ccd. Sho loved some ono else better, but her parents were determined on her marrying Dresscct who lives h^. lluff-do. There was quite a number of tVeignbors present at tho ccromouy, which was much deliYcdby thq >obatjnacy^of the, bride, wJW<?^V^fJ^^ "P 8wcr u c^bTiru. Tho two wero however declared legally nmrricd. An hcur after the bride attacked her husband '?tooth and nail, scratching his face and tearing out his shirt bosom. She declar ed that she repudiated the whole, trans, action n^Lr-M ffljttjQj tU? I1UU;>0 ln 'ier NVcddnjflHB'iwaiid had not been fuuiid up tH^BV^sfaw^rniB^^eVhO hu>ba~nd elainu7l yesterday that he hud also been deceived; that the girl's parents told hint that bite loved him, but was "ohy and would be reserved until after tho ceremo ny, lie was so paidcdOand disgusted with the affair that he left for homo last evening, content to let t...

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. — 28 September 1872

tpung man n:i| [n uauiflkfl Klih [o |n;ir?atl at t on PjeAects Iutu4lmhtb< ccd. She loved some ouo else better, but bcr parents were tlotermiued on bor marrying Drcssect who lives in, PufTalo. Tberc was quite a uumber of neighbors prqscmt at tho ceremony, which was much delayed by the obstinacy of tl u bride, wlff&jifi-Vw up or an swer a quest ion. ^hetwo were however declared legally married. An Ik ur after the brido attacked bcr husband '?tooth and nail, scratching bis face and ? earing out bis shirt bosom. She declar ed that she repudiated tbo wholo, trays, action "JH^il"' tm"- it1 tbo house in her wcd^yiPi11 tY*had not been found tVnrtffsi up tMTTrlB^slklCT-roB^^Tho husband claimc*! yesterday that be bad also beet, deceived; that the girl's parents told him that she loved him, but was "shy and would be reserved until after tho ceremo ny. He was so paiiicd- 'and disgusted with the affair that be left (or home last eyonuig, content to let tbo brido analyze | bcr feeling and...

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 1872

tail *? .?'?> ! M ?ii ^p*#**i .ah*?** .a 10 ? A )o ?t?i<jJ oil ?LXarh per aW?m > V OLTI>tE 6. _t_i_. i i..'. ^gS? toqu i Ji fcoaiurt ?rf doid-w baiut eid al j g^fijpl tWTUft? GOD A. IST I) OUR COUNTRY. 'I n*>rii j l*'nr qqi.eib effj woft* D' V !'iw saturday morning, october,, 5 1872. ; - A . ham ?mm ??tf t 1?UBjII ilfOT%TJMBER 34 TTTP nR ANREBURG NEWS ?to:? ******* WRLTS?TKD AT ?WT? A^TGK T* TT T* O ??rfR SatnHny Momfnar. WHIMS of subscription. '"?n? ropy for one . $2.00 W^f'Six" Month*.1 OO t<A*9 VttOSiV'U"* r})s dot.tARS. far n ^nh of Ww "Subscribers, will receive nn ^^rftA'lWW'^foW ONE T'KAllJ free nf Anv of.o -en-limr-nVE DOLLARS. tt\> of Now Ruhpcribcr?. will receive rn .\ copy for six months. freenr \b?s'r1l\TK$ of ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. SI.RO 3d ?? . 1.00 A Square,, consists of 10 line* Brevier or ?ne innh if Advertising 'pnee. Administrator's Notice.*.r> 00 Not?tsost?* Wfrmissal of Or.Rrdinns, Ad ministrators, Executors, $e.*0 on Contrac...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 5 October 1872

? - -. .. - ' ?-? . hjw? r'.l ? Km VOL =3= 3 6. r a n a c i H ttTldt ?Ma |*1 li btmtfb od dyidw Laim r.d ui ? gy^SBf tfcSUfi?u/ T>O?f>'J jriBflwnrtO Y> it dJ at .ulif'ftl n orxf f>*? f 'irfw dov GOD AND OXTR COTJlSrTJRY. i -if1 '? -r. I ;<! o) ??fii *'? ? 1 nnhiduJfi .a .tjo .1 knu rrtM SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER, , 5 L8T2. . ? 1 T \i< 7 "Tri MltSd iTc? -T?Tt tl7? I uL r ?*a?mil IimIiii? i if I hin i in I_on I NUMBER 34 TTTF, oft ANfTBBTJRG NEWS ^??Nt? r, a t??lf m ?oi ?:o:? Vptr/l T. TS TT ED A T *?Tt :\T?<rf>TnT^TTHO ? V.yory SnftiHny MorTHntf. ^yN?Kmn^ \KW? W1PM NY TRUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. mq? P?vpv for on* y*nr. *2.nn w " Six Mouths. 1 00 Any o..'. son.Iinj: TEN DOLLARS, for n t'lnh of Vi ff "Sub^crib^r*. will receive nn fcjr.TltA *"OVY for oNF. Yl-\\n. free of Any ?no sea/lintr-'-MVF DOLLARS, ttb of Now Suhscribcr?. will receive m-A COPY for SIN MONTHS, 'reo of or ft. .v _:o:_ /RA,?? OF ADVEKTISINfl. 1 Square 1st Insertion. ?l..r>0 2d ?? . 1.00 A Square,...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 5 October 1872

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS Financial amd Brstxfelts Makaoir. Oflleial Paper of the St*l?? und ofOrifiKcburK County. SATURDAY, OCT. 5,1872. ?esident: fl^jra Wilson, Jbcog ,?iaofc \i ! edi Of? A?? A O H*U8 ETT S. ni hnlffAlE nCKET. aaodwu/ /or Oovernor. ^^tttnlcJln J. Hoies, Jr. m ,tv i ? _____ 'ow * ? "XfeWrtiaui Governor. ??Ua? R? II. CJleaves. 00 011 Attorney General. ?nmnol W. Melton. m\o ii,eL * n_ \Sccrrtaiy of State. ?W ?T di r ..Henry K. Hnjne. State Treasurer. FrnnciH J., C'odozo. _ Comptroller General. Solomon Ii. H?ge. Superintendent of Education. Justus K. Jlllson. Adjutant and Inspector Qmeral. Henry W. Purvis. For Congress ? Third Congressjoual District. Hon. Robert B. Elliott. Congressman?State at Large. R. H. Oilii. i**o s? ?? Far Senator. JaMF.S L. jamison ,.1 "TwTtfudqe of Probate. . A.B. Knowl-.on. For Clerk of the Court. Gepqe Bolivkr. for SJuriff. E. I. Cain. /Vr iotrcr //oufee o/ /?e General Assembly. Samuel L. Duncan. Joun Dix. j. Feldkr Meyers. Henry Riley. a dram dan...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 5 October 1872

?f G A. E . All Advertisements must be handed to the Business Manager before Thursday Noon. - Jftftv^ The many friends of W. J. DkTREVILLE ann^inci|hin^M^ d^ndfdate for ^olicitor^f AXXOriXCHMEXT. MR EDITOR?Please announce D. A. PORTER ae a Candidate Mr Sheriff at the next Election and oblige hia many friends in The FORK. ALEXANDER DROWN, of the Fork of Edisto, in hereby announced as a candidate lor County Commissioner by MANY FRIENDS. Mb. EoiTOB?Please announce GEO. W.. n \ XTER. from the Fork of Edisto, as a candidate for the Lower House of the Gene ral Assembly, at the iiestt Electicr. and oblige MANX VOTERS. june 1 tf? FOR SHERIFF. Many friends of Harpin Riggs Esq., the present Sheriff, announce him as a candi date for re-electiou. FRIENDS AND VOTERS. See Advertisements of T K. Legate in au?thor column. Cox;nT.? Monday next theConrt of Gcneritl Sessions nnd Cotnnion Pleas *vill couiUience fur this County. His Honor Judge l\. Y- Graham will pre tdde. Mr. Vincc is receiving his new...

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. — 5 October 1872

Tue Last Democratic i>ot.^f. fplnco Igto-d*1 important tho n?r?t, rel'm ie up country , sotting forth the details of the plot laid by the Detnncru- | cy to capture the State at the ensuing Gubernatorial election Afief pvi'Ufdng | this communication, it will not bo dilti cult for thinking people to uudoi stand tho siugiAtJp)i^^yjMnyd f^ff^ l)euiocrtiti^|^r^^ J t^sr^^lt^wOidi ( tho two wings of the Republican party. We have never for cue moment doubted that tho Democracy were playing ab loo deeply laid schonte, to hoodwink und inislcad the Republicans into the bolief that the DeuiooMIs did not iutenfestm take aujffrrtVt or lot in Stute affairs. All tbje^^^HbJlt JaMtfifcin Mithinm but cdBt^TnatTors is for tli? purpose of throwing dust iuto the eyes of the Re publicans, in order to keep up a party strife, that they might creep in between the contending factious. Wo have always believed tho Democracy to be perfectly organized in every county, so welt urgauized indeed, that it only re ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 5 October 1872

T?o Last Dciiiocr.itiv im?,.-' . \ jf pliice In t?v-J iry important Ihn n?o?rt'liH <?*tS1 dTThe~iip-couutry, sotting forth The detail? of the plot laid by the Democra cy to capture the State at the ensuing Gubernatorial election Afiet'|K'A?ii>i<4 this eommuuicutir n, it will not bo diffi cult for thinking people to undotstnnd tho singitlng course pursued r-bj^f^FSf Deuioernt j^^pojiiB^tf t Ips HSta t^tiwoi-d.. tho two WIDg8 of the Republican party. Wc have ucver for one moment doubted that the Democracy were playing thine deeply laid scheme, to hoodwink and loislcad tho Republicans into the belief that the Demoefps did not iutontet?w| he would be beaten in bus Con^rcssi. mil district, aud yrt. T^m\itifi"nu8 the la>t All thin ?:.]]; about ?>.! 11-1 in;r in nothing but Oo^tjnmiUors'is f?r tho purpose of throwing dust into tho eyes of the Re publicans, in order to keep up a party strife, that they might creep in between the contending factious. Wo have always believed th...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 12 October 1872

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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 1872

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS UEORGE BOLIVER, Financial and Business Manaokr. Ofllcinl Paper of tbo State and er Craitgeuurs County. SATURDAY, Od1. 12, 1872. Fox* President: Ulysses &. Grant. Vice President: Heiiry Wilson, * '? ' of M A'S-S AC FI US ET TS. sirATtE TICKET. For Governor. Franklin J. Mohck, Jr. Licuinuiut Governor. R. IT. d leaves. ? Attorney General. Samuel TV. Melton. . [isca< liu;i/ of Slate. ?ieury E. Iluync. Slate Treasurer. Francis Jj. Codozo. . Comptroller General. Solomon Ii. Ilogc. -7"? Superintendent of Education. Justus It. Jillson. Adjutant ant} lniqicctor General. If'enry TV* Purvis. For Congress ? TJa'rd Congressional .lewegll ^District. Hen. Robert B. Elliott. Congressman-,? State at Large. R. II. Cain. For Senator. James L. Jamison For Judge of Probate. A. B. Knowlion. . for Clerk of the Court. Gf l'oqe BoLIVER. For Shcrtf. K. f. CAi?. Fur Lexer I/ouse of the General -.1 ' Axembjy. Samuel L. Duncan. ^ John Dix. J. Felder Movers. Henry Rile*. Abram Dannerly...

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