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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 12 October 1878

L O C A. Hi See Fair notice in another column. Only 12 daya from this date to Hampton's Day. It only costs from 25 to 75 cents to wear n red shirt on the 24th inst. -?mmm>~ 9- mm Regular monthly service nt the Lutheran Church to-morrow, moruing und evening by Rev. H. S. "VVingurd. Dcmocrnts see notice of Court House Club meeting on Tuesday night, 16th inst., in ?UB i&sue. ??? - ? ?? Hampton hndges, groceries, stationary, &c, can be procured at Mr. Kirk Robinson at pricos that will astonish )OU, goods war rantee to giyc satisfaction. Mr. Henry Kohn' is bound to succeed. His prices and goods cannot be heat in the State, consequently bis p.uocoss in a dend 8tu-o thing. Wc congratulate onr neighbor the Editier Clarion oo Its newness and en larged proport ion, Increased capacity will enable it to give forth moro and louder notes in the causs of;Democrncy. Mr. P. Q. Cannon's stock is now in store compriaod of douhle-hnrrct breech-loading inUBsle-londing an<l single guns, hnt...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 12 October 1878

On last Saturday Iii? Chinese Kinbassy, gent to tlua country by I'hniieror, Kwany Sliii, and consisting of Chin Lau l'in, diu Minist? r: "i 1111:4 Wing, tin- assistant Mini.-: tcY; tmd Mr. Von, IheBecreliiry, was pre sented to president 1Jayes ami bis Cabinet in lh< ordinary uy:igo controlling slieb pre Bcni^'ions. Their credentials were in Chin ese, 011 thick yullow paper, covered with Chinese characters, dotted and em hi wed with go Id and wrapped in a sepia 10 pi.of yellow Kille, rcHCiublfjig pretty much, we suppose, an old fashion tea bo.X) Quite a nice time, we presume, was liatl bobbin;; Chinese cue.-1 and lifting Ainer' cflij heavers. I'crhaps bttr usjnring young men of Orangebnrn iniv.hl have IC'trm-d a tc 1 n from these wor'.liies if they had been there. i Written tor the < Iruiigohiu-g Tjmhs j Musical Delusions. r.v r.'ii>:xt:t t i?. "l'ut, toy di ai. il v\ili |,< nun !: more elegant, to have !?. L* role**? or come around to our residence and give lessons, than...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 19 October 1878

DENTISTY BK. B. F. has moved his Oflieo over Btore of Wm. Wil cock, formerly occupied by Dr. Feraner where he will hu glad to serve Iuh friends on Uio most reasonable term*. DR. P. F. MUCK EN FUSS, Dentwt. rapt 23 Id INSURE YOUR GIN HOUSES. Tlic "WESTERN ASSURANCE" IN BURANCE CO. of Toronto, Canada, will Writo a limited number of RISKS mi gin HOUSES and CONTENTS. Apply lo JOHN A. A?MILTON, flcpt 21?liri Insurance Agent. NOTICE Is hereby given that Application will !>?? made, at the next Session of the General Assembly of So. Ca. tor a Renewal of Charier of the Executive Committee of the Orangoburg (Baptist.) Mimriohcry- Union. S. W. KEMMERLIX, Kept 14 Secretary i CARRIAGES, 1VUGGIES AND W A (JONS I am now giving mv ]' K Ii son \ 1. ATTENTION to my Huxhieiw of CAititi.ittE makd?, And will guarantee that my work in Hie future shall be asttOOU as in the past forty J'aarfl that 1 have been in the business. I have It EDUCE I> ML \' risiC'EN To SUIT the TIMES, am! if yon will call o...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 19 October 1878

'ho OxvAii{?et>nrg Times? I?MV?n KVK1VY SATUUUW morning Terms of Subsrrinlhm. One f'?.>??/ ??c Tear.S2 (10 ??' Su A/?uf??. 1 00 riliiloa of Advertising. f -,i Square Ist insertion.$1 -r>0 /.?cA /Subsequent " . 1 00 sot im n?rfed ?i /.<><-<d CWhi/ih <if 20f per '" Subscriptions mid Transient Adterlise ? fo bt paid for in Advance. V;-.:7* j>o Reeipts Jor Subset iption or Adver tisements tire Valid unless Siyned by Bustness Manager. ,r.'-,Y Wc uro in no way responsible for the vieWB or opinions of our Correspond Bur rah for Hampton, Democracy & Home X^ViT"3 I State Ticket and Vie to ry 1 FOR GOVERNOR WADE HAMPTON. Uenlenant ?overnor W. X). B]Mr8QN. Secretary of Stato WD. SIMS. Attorney General LEROY F. YOU MANS. Comptroller General JOHNSON HAGOOD. Stntc Treasurer ?. L. LEAP HART. Superintendent of Education HUGH S. THOMPSON. Adjutant and Inspector General E. M. MOISE. FOR CONGRESS Hon. M. P. O'Connor. For the Legislature. Capt. Bf? J Keller. J. T. Slmnuik...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 19 October 1878

L?OAL HAMPTON'S DAY. HamptoivH Day U nlmost here; and ox tensive preparations are being snncle lo make the occasion a complete? n gloriouH pucCGPS. ^et the County Aurn ont to a man, and lot tho RED JACKETS be seen gathering from every quarter of the County. The Court HoilPO club will do its full share, and when tho day arrives, il? Committee on Reception, com posed of the Stralglitout Demo crats In the Club, will do the honors of the occasion. If places could lie made, a few Prominent Democrats from the country might be added to the Committee with ad vantage. This, however, in only a sugges tion. Our City Fathers can employ eomc of their spare cash to advantage on como of oar rtroets? If we know the names we lalght designate localities. j The crowds that visit P. W. Roll's family grocery in rumciout guarantee to every one that the above place is v.-here the best goods ore obtained at the lowest prices. Tho party who lew in poescwion a Doctor's Cull Book belonging to Dr. A. S. Salley...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 19 October 1878

the same circumstauccscxistcu between ign nations as exist between South tolina and Massachusetts it would be deemed a juat came of war. Tho resources it tho countries would be husbanded; their navies, increased and made more effective; heir land forces, augmented and placed toon a war footing; and tho world would bo j ing on the grand preparations with ic composure, until the suioko of the! lie and the carnage of the field proelaini d not only the beginning but the progress of war. Not so, however, with the sover eign and independent Slates of Massachu setts and South Carolina. Not long ago (iov. Ifmupton sent a requisition to Guv. Rice of the former State for the person of II. IT. Kimpton charged with curtain crimes against tho laws of our Statu. That de mand was, not only, not satisfied, but Hampton was charged with duplicity in demanding Kimpton for one charge when he wanted him for another purpose Of course such an abuse of authority and head of a courtesy, existing between Sta...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 26 October 1878

dentisty DR, It. F. MUCKKXFUSS lias moved I?h Oflice over Riorc of Win. \sj|. coek, formerly occupied by Dr. Ecrsncr where ho will bo glail to nerve Iii-; friends on the most reasonable terms. DK. B. F. MUCK ENFUSS, Dentis, sept 23 Id INSXJIII2 V< YUR aiN 1 tOUSES. The "WESTERN ASSURANCE'.' IN SURANCE CO. of Toronto, Canada, will write n limited number of EISES on (;tN HOUSES und CON 'ENTS. Apply JOHN A. aam1ltox, sept 21 ? Im Ii, tu ne ? Agent. Iii hereby given that Application will be made at the next Session of the (Icncral Assembly of So. Ca. loi a .-ncwal of Charter of the Executive Commit!* ?? of the Oran<rebnrg (Huptisl) Mis?ioiii'<-y Uni >u. S. W. REALM Elfin N, sept 14 Sc -i clary. carriages, |vi;c(nte A N S > w a a ? k s rtif B;- ;:v..vr. ATTENTION to my bushier of Anil will guarantee, that my wi i in ib< future shall be a-- COO 1.1 a, iii ihe i . ... years that I have been in the li i> iu< ? 1 have K l'IM'Ci:? 317.' V KICKS To SUIT the TIM ES, .u ....

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 26 October 1878

Tho ?rciTigebiivg Times? issued evehy saturday moiinin? Tonus of Subscript ion. One Copy on* Year.?2 00 " " Six Mouths. 1 00 .'Kates of Advertising. One Square let insertion.91 *>0 Each Subsequent " . I 00 Notices inserted i:i /.??? ".' Colutinn rd 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Tra ment Advertise ment* t? bepuidfar in Advance. JSfjjt" No liccipt* Jar f. ubseripiion or Adver tisement* are Valid unlem >' ./. ?' by liusmess Manager. jpjf ? IVo are hi >??? way responsible for .tho vie*!, or opinh a* of nor Correspond Mite. Hurrah lor Hampton, SJemocraoy $i Home State Ticket and Vic tory! WADE HAMPTON. "W". 3D. W \ M 1 \S< > X . Si ( rotary of State AY. D. Hi MS. Altornev ' ienornl LEKOY Vf - l'MAN-:. C< !,iiilrolli !? < lonernl JOHNSON MAGOOP. Plate Treasurer S. L. JjE U'tlAKT. Rupi rint< ndt lit of Fdiieation HUGH S. '1 IK bMTSt )S. Adjutant and Inspector General K. M. M.?1HR H<3n- 3KL P, C'CJonnor. For the Legislature. C?l?l. lit. 3 ECt-Uar. """-.U. T....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 26 October 1878

LOCAL See notice of dismissal in to-diiy's issue. Wo call attention to the saloby G. "W. Baxter, Deputy in this issue. Kortjohn's auction house had a red ban ner Btretched across the street on Thursday. Our readers will excuse the usual variety of newn and local matter. The reports of Hampton's day and the Kadioal Convention fill our space. A colored hoy, waiter at Mnroney's Hotel, while playing with a pistol on la>t Thurs day, was painfully sh"t in the hand and knee. A colored man's wagon was run into by a passing vehicle near Doyle's corner on Thursday evening to the serious damage of | the wagen and disgust of the darkey. -i-IT?- ?? ? " ? Every store in town was closed on Thurs day and the day given over to political en joyment. In the large majority of eases they remained closed during the entire day. Dr. Holman's Liver I'ads, Absorption Rait ami Body Piasters, for sale by J. < Wannnmakcr, at same price as ?1 Dr. II man's Branch office in ChajMeston. We have heard hut one ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 26 October 1878

T lured Sunn on Bolubbed follow trabhlcrs, in holding for' ? .-day, d >. i.'t quote no special verso for what I h.v. to say; ? snrmon wil" he berry short, and dishcro Ith) (iO tex' Dat halt-way doin's ain't.tut for din i orld or de nex*. world dat wo's u-libbin in is likea e*tton row, VVhar ebbry ev.harci pen iuiri ?..n.? got bin line to hoe; j An' ebbry tint* n laie" higgi r I ps to take Do granw kreuF a-growm', >?> smnddcr up ; is orap W'iuTi Mj?c6 lad de Jews aero^dc waters eh de flea. Day had to keep i-;., in jest as fas' '<* fas' could i?- : V "? < u u'ppose da! day could ebbcr have tsui cec-ded in i.: wi h, An' reached de ', irijsyd land at last, if dey had stopped to tisI: '{ I?Iy friends dai v.ti? a garden once whar Addern libed v. id Kvc, AVid .10 one 'r 'und to bodder dein, no neighbor for to thieve; An' ebbry day was Christinas, an'dey got deir rations free, An' ebbry fing belonged to dem exeep' an appki tree. You all know 'bout do story ? how de snake came...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 2 November 1878

DENTISTY DR. B. F. MUCKEBTFtJSS has niovcd Iiis Office over store of Wm. Wil tock, formerly occupied by Dr. Fersner where he will be glad to nerve his friends ?n tha rnort reiwoimble term*. DR. B. F. MUCKENFUBS, Dentist. m>pt 23 td INSURE Y? ? ii 01N HOUSES. The "WESTJSRN ASSURANCE" IN SURANCE CO. of Toronto, Cnnada, will Write n limited number of RISKS on C!1N HOUSES and CONTKN'fs. Apply in JOHN A. AA MILTON, Ropt 21?lin Insurance Agent. NOT] CIS Ih hereby given that Application will be rnade at the next Session of the < ! cue nil Assemhly of So. Ca. lor a Renewal <>f Charter of the Executive Committee of the Orangeburg (Baptist) Missintu-i-y Union. S. W. KEM.MEUIdX, sept 14 i':vi utary. CARRIAGES, BUGGIES and W A in O ? S y(!S^ ?,v p i-. i:st >n%a ii ATTENTION to my business of CA ES5; I Att K U A Li R Tiii, And will guarantee that my work in the future shall lie as ISOOI) as hi the pasi torn ycart; that 1 -save been ill the business. I have RKI>CCFI> J3Y FKIC...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 2 November 1878

Tht* Orangdburg Times? itj.-U.'KO FVEHY SATURDAY MOUSING Torrn? of Subscription. Gne Copu one Year.S2 00 Six Mouths. 1 00 ?Rates or Advertising. Oni Sowrc Ift Insertion.;?1 AO Jiueh Subsequent " . 1 00 tfoticca inserted in Local Column at 20c per Line. Ail Cubnr-iptimut und Trawtient Advertise ments to br paid for in Advance. ltviV No licript.i (or Subscription or Adver Uicv'uTtts are Valid'unless Sinned by Business Manager. We ar*? in no way responsible for Ihw views or opinions of our Correspond ing. sasss -J_- -. ?- - ? ...... Hurrah for Hampton, .Democracy &? Home Rule! ? ate Ticket and Vic tory ! FOR GOVEIINOR WADE HAMPTON. T {?Mitoimii? CiSoveriior w . jl). sj;mpson. Secretary of Slate YV. D. SIMS. A ttorncy tSonornl lep.oy p. y< ?um ans. ? omptrollor v icuoru I johnson ha good. St?h Tien-uivr B. L. LEA Til Vttt. Sup- i intend at i .duration hugh I COM i'son. Adjuh nt and r (. hernl 1*1 3d. Mt >fSE. Hon. M. P. ;'Cottno.r. For the Legislature. ?Tupl. M. .T Surlier, j....

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 2 November 1878

LOCAL A Radical pow-wow will bo bold to-day Bomowbero in or about town. Considerable mist hangs around the. thing?designedly perhaps. Mr. W. P, Robinson has just received m lot of fino stem-winding watches, which he (a offering at very low figures. All in want of a good limcr had bolter call soon. HENRY K011N oilers immense Barg ains in dress goods, black alpacas, while, red, and opera flannels, black cashmeres. A npecial bargain in black silks. -?? t Don't forget the place where you can gc your coffee parched and ground free of charge, besides other articles in the grocery lino at a vcrvsinn.il profit, (to to Webb Bull. W? would direct the attention of our Jceaiero to tie notice of dissolution of the firm of J. C. Pike & Co. in this ifsuc. Debtore will take notice and govern them - selves accordingly. We have just heard, through, our County Chairman, who has returned from a trip lo Columbia, (feat the news from every quarter of the Bute is cheering for Ochlocracy. Tuosday will ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 2 November 1878

Hampton and the "Outrages.'' The Governor Replies toSwails and Commits the Case to the Circuit Solicitor. Swails, it will be remembered, wrote to Governor Hampton touchiug the conduct of the Williamsburg Rod shirts. His complaint, was that when bo was returning home from a moot ing In the country he was suddenly Burrouuded by a largo n*'*ubcr of horsemen, wearing rod shirts and act ing generally in an improper manner, and after some minutes elapsed, in response to his own inquiry, the lead er of the Red-shirts iu formed him tha t he was under arrest. In this manner be was carried into the town of Jving slrce, and on arriving there ho called upon Trial Justice Steele for protec tion, but that oilicer failed to givo him satisfaction. At a subsequent date he was notified by adclcga lion .??? white citizens that he imi.-l h ave tin county and not return on peril of ids life. The reply of Governor I lampton is as follows : E.\ Ken t VE ( 'llAMKKIt, Columbia, S. C, October 24, 1878. Sir: ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 9 November 1878

NOTICE Is hereby given that Application be made at the next Session of tin: Ceneral Awcmbly of Bo. Cn. !"i ^ l?'enewal of Chariot of thd Executive Committee of the Orangobnr-* (Baptist) Missionary Union. K. \V. K EMM EKIJN, sept 14 Secretary. W tea ^fl Sua U tl B A l-'a y BayaaDoMcui tibys!< inn. " I :?? 11 > riptid a? n l?lo?i?l jmriAet, nenriufrofitU'iiiniiv woiul' .i nfter nil otiUir reu* dicf btiri lulled. I i'wliul Labora tory; nuri roiivhii-ed my.elf .iwrlt. It \? propnreil f tmi i' i . . ? ? ? ?' "' winch i- highly ??lter|iv.\ -.?.?: ? ? ?? rt?i - ?iQOiided i;i micIi rmuim r?'w to j ?? cu id 'i IIP' ICdUll.." Im the greal l'.loo l V VE6ETINE Mood fiMilVr. \) Lull 3 2r*i? Will Cliru lilt: v.... ? ?-..- e of Si ??>?? --v ? ' s y? vegetine il gottiu ituu'.ut.oiiU e.ir Ih ri oonniH ?: linn effected some i..a!..:... imp-is !n canca ol Cdttcer< Citri?? ti(l. \vi.r-t ????? ??? Cimlct A i .1a <?'-? \o'-i p ?.?"??-*.1 a i v ftofcfiNs: wonderful ?? ct'os iii * McpIswUIi ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 9 November 1878

Tho Orangebiirg Times? issued every saturday morning Terms of Subscription. One Copy one. Year.S'J 00 " Six Mouths. 1 00 ; Rates of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.Si 50 Each Subsequent " . 1 00 Notices inverted in Local Column a( Hue per Line. _ All Subscriptions ana Transient Advertise maits^to be paid for in Advance. f&y- fft}\Jieeip(* Jar Subscription or Adver tisements are. ValidjunJess Signed by Business Manager. ffcy Vft> are in no way responsible for the riews or opinions of our Correspond Mit?. '""SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1078. ORANGEBURG S REDEMPTION. Grand Rally of (lie Colored Men to Iii? Ai?l of the Demoer at a. Tho Colored Man Porccil to Vote I!io Democratic Ticket on tlioSIy by Kndicu! Loaders. 15OO Majority ! The 5th of November, IS78, is passed and Orangeburg proudly takes her position in the line of Democratic Counties. Never have we seen :i more quiet und orderly election than that of Tuesday last. Kvcry man votctl who had the right, ami those who had no...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 9 November 1878

LOCAL CHURCH DIRECTOllY. Mbthodiht?Rev. W. S. Richardson Pas tor. Serviceseverv Sunday morning 10:30, night 8:30. Sunday School 8:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday Evening 8:30. Chil dren's meeting every third Sunday. PnEsnYTr.RiAN?Rev. J. D. A. Brown, Paator. Sorvices every Sunday morning 10:80 and afternoon 4:30. Sunday School 8:30. Praycx meeting every Thursday af ternoon 4:30. Baitibt?Rev. T. W. Mcllichamp, Pas tor. Services every third and fourth Sun day morning 10-3(3, night S:.">0. Sunday Sehool every Sunday morning 8:30. Sun day School Missionery Meeting every fourth Sunday. Kri8coPAT.?Rev. L. G.Oncrry, Pastor. Services third Sunday in each month Morning 10:30, afternoon 4:30. L?TJirnAN?Rev. Wiugard, Pastor. Ser vices Second Sunday in each month. Morn ing 10.80, night 8,30. Sunday Sehool every Sunday morning 8:30. T. M. C A.?Rooms on Rtevell Street. Opon every evening in the week from 8:30 to 10:30. Prayer meeting every Thursday ov?ning at 8:30 aud Sunday afternoons at 6 o'clo...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 9 November 1878

The Rights of Planters. Tho following letter from Collec tor Brayton, in reply to nn inquiry ami reused to him, will bo read with '?? tercel hy our planters, :i< it (rives if i of I on mi -ioner I'num's rul ings on iliti right pi'planters to ad \ ;?? ? i\ iohaeco i ? I heir I iburera : U.S. S n n r.wi. Ki:vi:\tk, ( r>>k'.- Gin (ci , I.) ist. S. C. ( OLUMltlA, Ol i. 1878. Si i ?J... plying lo your inquiry, I have lo state that si fanner or plant -v wiio simply supplier his employees with wlnil manufactured tobacco they i i-d ;i>i their owi personal u.so, and lor their special accoininodation, an I not v ith ti vi"\\ to gain or prolU i<> ' iiVsclf, .'iii n- fard -d us thigiigu'd in hf\i Uu&s of silling man u factored toiiacco, ami would no! he required to nay special tax Ibi thus supplying his i i i ed labrtri is with tobacco. A farmer t?r plantet' who, solely j"or #];(? accommodation ol his I;*. 1)->r crs., as ahovc Stilted, hot \vi h i view ofgain ur prod! l...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 9 November 1878

The Rights of Planters. Tho following letter from Collec tor Bray ton, in reply to an inquiry ad I reused to him, will bo read with '?? tores! by our planters, a< it gives :.-: id' Con mi donor Bauin's rul ings on llie right of planters' to nd v i'.tn i tobacco i ?their laborers : C' S JN i'i-'f:> AI. Ki:vi:vri:, i i.j? j"' >i'.'- < 11? i '< !, I > t.- r. S. C. CoLUMiwA, Oct. 'J, 1878. ? i ' ?*,? .. ?? . ? Siv? Replying lo your inquiry j I have to state that a faraicr or plant sr who .-imply supplies his 'employees wiih whal manufactured lobaceo they i i-d ;<>; their o\>i personal use, and for tl;eii s] ecial accommodation, au 1 not v 111. :i view i.o gain or prolit to ' jals>;f i. hoi n- til -d :is img'.igod in b*u incss of selling manufactured tobacco, ami would not he req tired to pay special tax foi thus supplying his hired labdri rswith tobaeeo. A farmer <m- planter who, solely for ?he nccommodution ol his labor eis, as above fclulod, ;.- ; wi h...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 16 November 1878

In hereby given lli.it Application will lie made at tho ucxl Session nf Iii? (?encral Awotnbly of ^'o. Csi. l<-r u Licnewal of Chnrtei of tho Executive Committee of tlio Orangeburg (Baptist) Mis?donerv Union. S. \V. K ICM.M10UiiIN, ncpt 14 Secretary. rar I' f Baysn Huston physician." ! n11 n ? : ? n Mood purifier. II?arlti|! >'f Us innnyvivsaftef Bllother remedies lind failed. I vi' n?1 I ? ? tory, und convinced inyself of its p-ir ? erii. It in ptopared from hart s. toots, und hi'rli . wich ol which in highly effective, iii.il they nre ??<>:>?.? pounded in cucli n liiillliii: il? i u J ? ?? I i? i Stouiab," log roBuUa." m /a. UIU9 l* a r ?-t S 9* it ? ' is ; V v-. 3 Sic. i ? Is the BTfdt Mood I'urif.i r. Will cure the worst i ri V r Scrofula. tbfc ; ?-? ? 1 Is rocomnn ndi il i>y Mi W-^> -?..I i^. b I V . -r IIa? effected boino marvellous i ?? CAncor. VEGETffffi Can* the wor.?( ci?? - of ? thccnrtcii. ?* :u ol VEGFT'W^ * iL. iii.^ Si ti'i la Meets with wonderful...

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