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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 22 March 1873

THE ORANGEB?RG NEWS QEOROK BOLIVEK, Financial am? Business Makaufk. Ofliclnl Paper of the Ntate and of Orangeburg Count j. SATf?ltfli1; MARCH 22,1873. t JKRPT/lpr0lnlment HjgjJJ^lnplt A. Sawyer, late U.S. ^*ljfj*7f^^P^{7ptV^ftn vnl t n *, lias been appniutcd by J'residcut Giant Assistant Tilmmk\iw*4t^Xkm United States. His sppointment w;)3 promptly confirmed by ihffytflU?v' Mr. Sawyer has a well eafne^r^Uiatijoo for ability ami integ r^a***|Ife fontmany strong Iriends and Inyxars, in this ftate who are : this recognition of his merit. oi? tlio Flow of tMs *js#aa?ni 1 Stood, ewsnisjssewo Joele? ? ^flW?Rfnfin'g period of blood letting, whlS^paalSst abated at the North, has Wsn&sv <f$W?eDtc^ llP0D an^ tcbuked wife tftit ftW* Words of duty, by the ends* pJsasJ^-fcbe country. Rut there ts^fcWffie>power, which has concurrent juMMIffiVjjwnu a superior influence to ?I Sislsvwaf0 ?^ *^'s cnaP,er ?^ mur" ?llBlTlSS Cbsfrles A. Stoddard, D J), r|MlAiy'*r^ptdscheV - at Washington ?Pres...

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. — 22 March 1873

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS QEORGK BOLIVEK, FlX A HCl AL AND BcfllMBIB MaMAQKII. OlUoluI Paper or the State and of OransjebiirK Count j. SATffiSrjiir; * arch 22,1873, IlJjTf^irlclt A. Sawyer, late TJ. S. Senator frutn South Carolina, lias been appointed by President Grunt Asuistant TrWaVitfert-4f'rethe United Statca. His appointment was promptly confirmed by thtf%e1ft\U* Mr. Sawyer has a well earned rotation for ability and integ rity. IIo has many strong iriends and wsrtn sdwirors in tin's State who are grttlfied at this recognition of his merit. TUo Pulpit 011 the Flow of tat -?.??n Mlood. fjHi?Me tool m ? ^Mp|ft^ltriD,jj period of blood letting, which has just abated at the North, has amines* IT .P< been fully commented upon and rebuked with t\ic plain words of duty, by the entire press of the country. But there LrVWNiil1 power, which has concurrent j&rwwHinon,"iind a superior influence to taR (^Sjp^Lincc of this chapter of niur dejs^ T^fc^jppw er is the pulpit. f. Charles A. Stud...

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. — 22 March 1873

SATURDAY, MAHCI1 22, 1873 Ort?ug> Tinted Allumettet?. P?b. 1)0CR.?Our thanks to Congress man Elliott. Columbia lias u sensation in a lunatic who ha> "reason in his madness." fa 1 TT Grant's private Secretary is Levi lucky. Lucky Levi I rr t 11 ???as ? ?i i W*jiy are printers like lawyers 7 lie caustj tHey are always flit their ea>c*. e^eajpsaaaa ?-? ? ? Signs of Spring?None more beau til'ul than the display of Seasou able goods just arrived at Koii.nm. At .Vejr oather is eatabJiahud over Merouoy's fit no He is pVepar .iJ to d ? |? nft ffceoly. Today, Dam we) I (bounty votes ou the fjuqation, "Whether the C.iirt House wi* be njtived hack to Haruwcll Vil l?ge. Mr. \V. T. l.ightloot, has just receiv ed a lot of the prettiest pip a ever uHcr eel in this market. Mr. Wallaee Con neu also ha* some oi' the same Si i t .taVilotiuc ju'lgu lias decided that rg^ nogja' not a hcvet ago. ^One egg to a quart of whiskey will he the nog dud^o in that State. S.'iw -_ ^ftie Mlilc.?A very* obs...

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. — 22 March 1873

"sharpnoss, iVhat Causes Hanl Tiiiirs. 1, Too Diany spend money a*:d t. ) fuw?fe!-" 2g?yw much money is spent ,<sste fulijESy?/rP^^h'ssly, ami too li?\io saved an<]?Jjh?de productive und accumul .tivo 3*"i?Wo buy too much abroad ih it we ought to produce at home. ^Pjjjftj['t buy too much that we do not pay*7 for cash down?too uiucli of wl.at wo3buy being what we do not net ally ?*WvJ are too wasteful, kuow loo lit?a??ow to cconouiize, and have b o IiitJo disposition to do ho. 6. We arc too speculative, uuserupu lous and actually dishonest in cur efforts to make .money. 7. Xp?*niany of us prefer '.dleness to iuilustiy, and too lew of us know how to work und derive pleasure and profit frSaaVJWr labor. . ^^Jr)^ ttpond too much time learning 'la not useful, and too littlu inform oaaawOa. upon the best methodh of pVo thlg our material prosperity. ??f*^'?1- kuow too much of politic*, spend too much time and money a. p'oUlkiaiis, and know too little ah ut vjs*raftftuoennonty and the ...

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. — 29 March 1873

...- -! VOh? AK 7 tw ?in^H (r.ttatf ?lil ja ,).*?!? >. ,.' <! ? -i?-y -.-r- ?-! - ? ? tf ?ah'l Tua^ ehoft tkw? n* n'f'?A tu* ? f?ifi t? u ??..!?; ?. t _ b<?& ? \lfoiJt?it] ?>?vl ? tHVTri ?Wl dnw ".|.?>?)?x. Dtr*w n TT' TO SfiT ,31 .ff M.?HO (.| i. 11 * ?? MuH hrM.vl H . viiT .M foitl V I,!.;.? o?;/ SAT? MIKG, MARCH 29, 1873. .filriulR | I ex? mil imAi THE ORANGEBURff NEWS prnhjSHKD at Every Sirfiir?tsy ;klorniii?. **|^b?<Sa*?e>eeB.Y^H16< - OBANGETttTRG NEWS COMPANY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ?a* Cap? for one year. ?2.0fl ??V?J?t??" Six Months. ljjfi Auy one aendihc; TEN DOLLARS, for n ClaV of New Subscribers, will receive an laaM*te??>W- for ONE YFAB, free of atf*rite^?5Fa4eaenfiinp FIVE HOLLARS, ' Now Subscriber*, will receive ;OFY for SIX MONTHS, free of "RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.f>0 M ? " . 1.? rjor^iinVlC 10 lines Ewaerj}? ??sinp space. ?ator1!, Notice.$5 00 *f IMrtrais?l of Ouardinns, Ad .tors, Executor*, Ao.$W 00 itrast Ad?...

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. — 29 March 1873

W*tt TJB*!TXM HA ?i r t loa !s.>iio ?.? <; ALWAYS IN ADVANCE SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 1873. t?I? : ii If. NtnvfBER-t THE ORANG-EBURIt NEWS a?*V:aU*aJr.J.j Tif?K au rrnhjsfU'JD at Every Sjttwrd?y lining. l$#i> ?"??aBV.-TH R . , JRANGEHFKG NEWS COMPANY tkrms OF S?RSCRIPTION. Cepy for one year. $2.00 \9 it<.a???i Six Months.. 1.00 f out Sr-ndine; TF.N HOLLARS, {'..-? n nf New Subscribers, will receive an FTTraVirfiVr for ONE YEAH, free of ?tilfrA^'Atty one sending FI VII DOLL A HF, or ?T Club of Now Subscribers, will receive am extra COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of * - > ?-to:? ,?|B >a4r * ?? HAT KS OF ADVERTISING. 1 Suaara lit Insertion. $l..r?0 ^JsfjatRlw-jof^attPtf 1C" Hnaa^Rrarier or J ob* inch of A'lvovtislng spacer " "?;*-?? Administrator'? NoticeH, .$.r> 00 Koticoo of l>ismis of fiuardinns, Ad ministrators, Executors, ha.$fl 00 Contract *.dy?rtisetnen!s inserted upon the ^fft?t liberal terms. .-.#??5 *% a-^ot?*^, iflRRIAOE and FUNERAL NOT 10F.F. not sxcoe...

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. — 29 March 1873

?1> YJB*'.T>! H KA ?9flid )iilf gtiivj .It ? HTSJfKon 4 TWO lioTX.MlS VY.U A.VNPM. }? C^OD AJJW) OUK COUNTKY. VOLUME T <J ALWAYS IN ADVANCE , SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 1873. NUMBER T THE ORANGEBURft NEWS ?HBO*<?? <.'BA-:dft*?AJ|J?: Tot)M an rrnhJSf/jjn a t OKA NCJ FJ UT no Erory Saturday ^filing. OftANGETirRG NEWS COMPANY ft*** t? e?>.-:o:__ TRRMS or SUnSi'niPTlON. Oin C?py for one yrnr. ?2.O0 sea 3 ?? -?? Six Months. 1.00 Any one srnrViTit: TKN DOLLARS, f*.r n Club of Hew Subscribers, will receive sn EXTRA COPY lor ON K Y KAR, fr.-e of | ?karge. Any nno sending i-'IV K DOLLARS* or a Club of Now Subscriber*, receive ? a EXTRA CODY for SIX MON THS, free of sharge. RATHS OF ADVKKT1 SING. 1 Sqn-xre 1st Insertion. Sl.RO ??, 2d " . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Hvorier or | eae inch of AdYorHstUg SpatJeVW " Avitesnistrator's Notice*.?.r> 00 Hetieea of PismisAt of Ou'ardirtrts, Ad ministrator*; Executors, Ao.$N 00 Contraot Advertisements inserted upon the ?est ...

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. — 29 March 1873

THE OR ANGEBURG NEWS UUOUC.K BOIilYEK, FlXAXClAL AND BUSIKISS MaKAOIR. Ofllclal Pfipcr or tlio stuf? und ?r OmnKcbtirir County. SATO KD AT, MARCH 92,1873. J?eutn the Penalty of Murder. ^TJ?e eseoution of Foster, for the mur der of Putnatn, which took placo on Friday, March 2 ltd, has called forth extensive comments from the Preis throughout the length and breadth of the laud. The question which agitated the mind of the people of New York? "How to stem the tide of murder," naturally evolved the questions, of the moral .justice of capital punishment, its expediency and effect. In our lust issue wo published an extended extract from e rcrnion of a gifted minister of the gospel, whose argumen's as to the sane tftfh and moral, social aud religious jus tice^ of the death penalty wore irrefut able. Pcforc even the promulgation of the decalogue, the canon of death for murder was announced from Heaven as dft'e 6f the fundamental principles of God's moral government and as a safe guard for Hi...

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. — 29 March 1873

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS QEORGB BOLITER, Financial and Business Manaobr. Official Paper of the State und ?f OraiiKeburK County. SATURDAY, MARCH 92,1873. TT llie Penalty of Murder. execution of Foster, for the mur der of Putnam, which took place ou Friday, March 21st, has called forth exHettsiro comments from tbe Press throughout the length and breadth of the laud. The question which agitated the mind of tbe people of New Yorkr "How to stem tbe tide of murder," naturally orolvcd the questions, of the moral justice of capital punishment, its expediency and effect. In our last issue w_e published an extended extract from a jsermon of a gifted minister of the gospel, whose acumen's as to the sane tflftf and moral, social aud religions jus tice of the death penalty were irrefut able, llcfore even the promulgation of j ?U? decalogue, the canon of death for mjurder was announced from Heaven si oWt of the fundamental principles of dbd's moral gorernment and as a safe guard for His creatures from...

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. — 29 March 1873

T?E ORANGEBURG NEWS OEORGB IlOI.IVKlt. financial amd Bcsmsss V aXAQBK. Official Paper of tlte Statte and ?r Orangebiirg County. SATURDAY, MARCH 92,1873. lejmsjlj Penally e>i" Warder. execution of Foster, for the mur der of Putnam, which took place on Friday, March 2lbt, has' called forth comments from tue Preis throughout the length and breadth of the laud. The question which agitated the arind of the people of New York? "How to stem the tide of murder," niftttVally evolved the questions, of the afr&jjjpf Justice of capital punishment, its expediency and offect. In our last issue w*e published an extended extract from a^j^rmon of a gifted minister of tho gospel, whose arguments as tu the sane tfrJh an d moral, social and rcligioun jus tfce^'oT the death penalty wore irrefut able. Before cveu the promulgation of the decalogue, the canon of death for BOJirtiei wos announced from Ucavcn as dlfe of the fundamental principles of Clbd'i moral government and a* a safe- ] g*uard fur ...

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. — 29 March 1873

LOCAL. SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 2873 -,. ..... ?-1 Our "devil" any* thai Moeee Drown ie in honest man nnd a good barber. J. Felder Meyers Bhq,?See card ?f thai gentleman who ia prepared to attend to nil busiucss entrusted to him. Daily-?The Doetou GU/be brgins its New York news with The Report ofth* Regular Daily Murder. - IB ... II II I-V KditiU^.? A newspaper is very much like rskiug a fire?every oue thinks he can preform tho operation better than the man who has hold of the paper. ,4A Whalers?Air. liarlaj on Mon day night caught a "blue cat fish," iu the Kdisto, which weighed thirty five pounds. Boreas Sporntic ? Ou 1 usrd-y night and duriug Wcdu*?day very high winds were prevalent. A few old fences reeled. Tell Strike.? It is reported that ?illy fiv? thousand laborers iu tlu Northern eilius tutend to strike in a body about tho middle of next mouth. Which is Which?-'!he weather eoeks ou the stscpl** of the ditlciem ebtirvbes in Oraugeburg do nut agres a* %o the direction of the wind. ...

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. — 29 March 1873

LOCAL. SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1873 Our "devil" esys that Moses Brown ia an honest man and a pood harbor. J. Feldtr Meyers Esq.?Sea card of thie gentleman who ia prepared to attoad to al! busdutss entrusted to him. Daily-?The Boston Glubt b'gins in JNew York news with The Report ot the Regular Daily Murder. Editing.? A newspaper i* very much like raking a fire?every oue thinks he csu preform the nperatiou better than the man who has hold of the papur. ?*A Whnlor."?Mr. Mar ley ?? Men day night caught a "blue cat fish," iu the Edistu, which weighed thirty five pounds. Boreas Mporalic ? On 1 ue.?d-j night ami du;. g Wednesday very high wiuds were prevalent. A fee uid fetioee reeled. Ten Strike.?It is reported that sixty five thuusaud Lborers iu the .Northern cities intend to strike in a body about the middle of next mouth. Which is Which??the weather eoeks on the steeples ot the different ehurvhes io Oraugeburg do uul a^ree ua to tho direction of the wind. teething of Everything ?Mr. ?J. W...

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. — 29 March 1873

LOCAL. SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1873 Our "devil" aeya that Moses Brown ii an honest msn and s pood barbsr. J. Felder Meyers Esq.,?See card ef this gentleman who ia prepared to atteed to all Lumucbs entrusted tu him. Daily.?The Bostou G'fabe b/giri* its New York news with The Report of the Regular Daily Murder. Editing.? A newspaper is very much like takiug ? Qre?every oue thinks he can prefer in the nperatiou better than the msn who has hold of the paper. ??A Whaler."? Mr. Barley ou Men day nijjht caught a "bluo cat fish," in the lCdisto, which wei-l-ed thirty fire Sueads. Boreas Sporn tic .?On 'iue.-d-j night and during Wednesday very high winds were prevalent. A f?w old fences reeled. Ten Strike-?It i* reported that sixty five thousaud laborers in tin Northern cities intend to strike iu a body about the middle of next mouth. Which is Which??'1 he weather Cooks ou ths steeples ot the diiUiont churches in Oratigeburg do uot agree as to ths direction of the wiud. Something of Everything?M...

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. — 29 March 1873

i place of business, be \vjicu wautcd or iu business 'op Jo toll htoricK iu busiuess can ?*ct rich by lounging in s-and saloons. _ ay^r "feel" in business matters. Have order, system, v gularity, liber alily, *>vnmptness. Do not uieddlo with business you do not understand. Never buy nn article you do not need, simply because it is cheap, and the man who sells will take it out in trade. 'Trudy is mourn'. ^?Bdcavor to avoid hurd words an<l p?r*gnulitic?. Do not kick every stone iu the path Moro'?nles can bo ium\c in a day b\ going Kteadily on thau .stopping, j'ay ij. you go. man of lu'ii'T respn ts his word hp : ;os his bond id, tut never beg. jjClp others when you cnn. but nevei rhnt you caunnv uttoid to himj \) lao it ia futahiunahlc. .am to say ''no " No necssity of ^M?ft'lur? it. out dog fashion, but say it firmly and rcspe< tful'-y. Have Lnt few i.onJidaut:;, a:.d the few cr $ho better. _TjBe your own brains rather thau lho;e ^RtsW*** frtp^ to think and act for yourself ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 March 1873

to iJet Alons a pUcc of badness, bo fovJBlWay??4-c? wautcd or in business to lull stories iu bubiocss 1 ManM 1 ? i . ? r i'. 11 _s intf ,-xni, *j,i| ?In.,/.,,,, ,. rcan j?ot rieb by lounging in id saloons, 'over "feel" in business matters. Have older, system, regularity, liber ?lity, promptness. not meddle witb business you do erstand. Never buy an nriiolo you do not need, simply because if is cheap, and the man who Bulls will t:>Uo it out in trade. ultj is money. ^JWtjdoavur tu avoid bard words an i Do not kick every stone in the path Moro'ttiiles can bo made in a day L\ steadily on il.au stopping, jou gO. of houOr respects his word as is his boud* jut uovur beg. p^rs when you can. but nevei you cannot afford to nimj 1) ise it is faabiuuahlc. \a say "no" No' necssity of vnt dog fashion, but Buy it and ruspc. tfully. few confidants, and tlie few <f)TtMU.'t four own brains rather than iboie bl^alrr. ii*< >., think and act for yourself i la tit. >cad rather than behind ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 March 1873

to Get Alou?. Tafell? ?tw-n^?| h a pi ice of bu<incssj bo when wautcd or iu business lo tellstorics iu business St ?Wf? ' v.vi, T ?!-,['. ^ .?*?v' ?Ulli ? Jntt cm get rich by lounging in >d saloons, "foci" in business matters, order, system, regularity, liber M*dnj>tiio.HH. not meddle with business you do &r buy an article you do not need, because it i:> cheap, and the man ?L'Ils will take it nut iu trade, {do is money. tu avoid hard words an i JC? .,-11 . -.( . . a1 mru ?! iu ? )o not kick every stone iu tho path More miles can bo made in a d:iy b\ (>!i than stopping. >u go. of hotter respects his word an his buud* jut never beg. others when you can. but nevei ? hat you cannot afford tu simj 1\ Xt is fashionable, BnssjJly^.VP0." ^? necsstty of ?WtyAt-dog fashion, but suy it ffS^c?ully. ! ?.oufidants, and the few muTt ^r't i. V. , four own brains rather than ihoio ?' .,':? id ?4r ?nov) atnii in4t and act for yourself lead rather than behind the iDUivvi, JJoy?St...

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 April 1873

?TAtfoff HO Til)if} 3IWT HI ?4? >? iT?n ?KtrU^I .vtaWtnMt* an?f? V itiill ??* *?;? ?t M ?i ?Aa*m*?aa4? ?acAavaMI <Up?*** mm ?I ,'??? ?**^<r ? *<* y???fl?iiHiO a* IrfW ?# *i. j*?*Vt1 ,W?a t*M W ?a?~ loi?m tr^iv; Ha:?? ?Ja, oceu, ,J am ^???ra tHt'istii -a Aura V? iaw ?si? ?i r*iS* tma? I .1 j Ja? ?! VOLUME T. ut??*".?5 won ra.^w ai<K>4 a* _ ._??**?? I NA .WU? ?tu? Ii UMM ? _ -rK rS-a ? 1 -t: - Ii. 8 1 MC-arx^-~. ? |-?-.iitc:..* ?? ? *? .<?rr?a awif>iM4-fM PHI* , TWO DOl.I.AKS PKR ANN! y. ) SATURDAY I\f -!?fee! -4K ffilftG, APRIL 5, 1873. I ?V J m?4Wsala1^0 l?a < always iarjAUM4i??rrA? 01 7110M' 1 1 ?iiei rta-jri ui-,. tth. the OBAN?EBURG NEWS PUttltlSIlKO A T O T? A ~N~Ci K RTT"R C4 "TNiBf y Saturday Morning. BY TDK ORAXGESURG NEWS COMPANY TRUMS-OF 8??SC*ir.TTON. . Copy far one rear. $2.00 ?? ?< ?? Six Months. _ 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for n Clnh of Now Subscribers, will receive nn EXTRA COPY for ONE YKAR. free of charge. Any one sending FIVE DO...

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 April 1873

?? ?* mmm 9 i.m* 4Jmd .rkMt ?????SM? **VB . .tmmla l*m *f ; y ft* bfetf W ??**4*^ ? i v.- i J mbt \? ttV? Wir TW.O HOLLAHS PICK ANNUM. VOLUME T. ll Mt^j tL c;od an d 01: u couxtuy. 4 ?I -5 ALWAv1f.fiVIWYjaMRfTA^ .1 H 9 V SATURDAY AS&RNING, APRIL 5. 1873. NUMBER * THE ORANGEBURG NEWS rUHLISIU'W A T on a isro km i r rc: Every Satnrrtny Morni 112:. BY TIIK ORAXGEW?UG NEWS COMPANY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. . One Cepy for ane year. Sr'J.Or ?? '? ??? Six Months. I.no Any ane sending TEN DOLLARS, for a C1n? of Now 'Subscriber*. wiU receive nn EXTRA COPT for ONE Y EAR. fine of ebart;?. Anyone sondin* F1VK DOLLARS, ?r a Club of New Suhserihers, will reoeivo a* KXTRA COPY for .SIX MONTHS, free of o*arge. ?* ?*o:? RATES OF ADVERTTSTNO. I Sqasre 1?t Tnsortfoti. $1.00 ? ? " 2d " . 1 .Of' A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or an* iacb of Advertising space! Administrator's Notieep.$f> 0O NtticfH of Dismissal of Cii:nr>linns, Ad ministrators. Rxeeutors, ,vc..$9 00 Contract Advertisements ...

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 April 1873

4TAITWM H? i:f KW autyi j ***** t^, ?,,. m4, wi kW ?*H,*W<ft ?m m? $mm mmm 4***t \ - MM ft ?v? ??}?? *J - .- ? T . T/VV.? DOLLARS wm ANNUM. > volume 7. saturday ViErNTN?. april 5, 1873. m 7t w ?ti *iv(<{ *m*m 0| 4 always iv-iWTMMnr THE OR ANGEBURG- NEWS ?:o: ? PUBLISHED A T OT* A. TVOFJHTKG Every Sat unlay Morn ins:. by TTIK OUANGEBlTItG NEWS COMPANY terms of sunsoRirrroN. . *)at Copy for on* year. $'_>.<>'' '? ? Six Months. _ l.oo Any ona Rending TEN DOLLARS, for a Cln* of New ?bibscribev, will receive nn EXTRA COPT for ONE YEAR, free of e?art;o. Any one sen ling FIVE DOLLARS, ?r s Club of New Subscribers, will receive sb EXTRA COrY for SIX MONTHS. IVec of o*argo. ratks OF ADVERTISING. I Sqnsro lit Insortfolt. $1.00 ? i U 2?1 ?? . I'.OO A Square consists of 10 linos Hrevier or on* inch of Advertising Space! Administrator's Noticep.$o On Notices of Dismissal of flunrdinns. Ad ministrators. Executor*, ,ve.so on Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most 'i naval...

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 April 1873

TH3 ORANGEBURG NEWS ?KOKGK ROUTER, FtSASCIAL AXO BUSINBSS *JaXAOS(. Official Paper of the Stale and ef Oranseburf; Count j. HSf*~ ???? "--,f_ ?AT?ttBAT, AF11IL 5,1873. Tete-a-tete with our FurmcrK. At th'u. ifjsnn, the business class of our people nro the farmers- The seoi inary virtue of Molher Earth, existiag at thie season iu its perfection, bids to work. Right among them at their work we will eomc, and taking a seat at one ond of the furrow will hare a ehat cnoh 9ml Iii? 'a time tke plow gets up thin waj. Well we ought of oourso to begin by telling some rcry wonderful thing. So here we are! -ft la known that the doinrs, goings and comiugs of wind and weather are no longer unknown subjects. Hut the direction and force of the wind and the totnpersturs aud horoscope of the weather are safely and regularly fore told. Signal stations are erected at different points on the Sea Coast, and mariners are told the morrow's storm or calm. ? Now. this fore knowledge of the weathar is to be a...

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