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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 April 1873

APHIL 19,J?Xi There will ha divine service iu the Presbyter? n church on to morrow bjr rrTniii*^-'i ihm_J Flat IX.?Iii?'Holiness is enid so h* *Nfi*'?ir. rgysvr, sTsnTHBSjsssjsjs^ Dust-?The wind nod dust ou Thum. der wer* "on n breer.e. . ??? Fleins Tackle ? Any one wish^g f.sbisg rants, sre- -respectfully referred to th**(a*?e) ?deril, . ? ^ ^ -. " ? ? Court?Tb* Circuit Court tit* on ehe j$rt| Moedey ist May. it if snid ?hat Solicitor Bults will b* her? himself ee proaesut* our offendeatvrrn titm Ar.i Tst *f na n V , ' ''?' ?-?<"???- - ?TttdgO Carpenter ? We notice in an eschaage thnt the Judge was quite seri oaely injured by a fall from his buggy iu Columbia on Mond.?y oveninjr. .'el K -'??*?" - ? - j?Kg Druitt-?Ben. Loyd hal a lot of drum fish naught ou the coast. On* of them is ef immense itie and weighs about eighty pounds. Haiti to Bent?Mcsers Straus* & Str**t hare riee for sale of good finality frtsnt federate prices. Their beating of rie* ia hard to btat. Cookinax StO...

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. — 19 April 1873

Ta?r??tKH I/O C AL. AY, APRIL 19, 187? There #1)1 be dtvi ue service iu the Pro?byteriin church ob tomorrow by iW Fsssmnr.eAt es ? rvT it|^Mi t?sasm\ ii SSSBtins i Ii ? Dust ?Th? wind and dust on Th?rs, day **rs "on s breer.e. 1*1? IX.?Hi? Holiness is said to bo ?1. Se ??J- j-i Fishing TllCkle ? Any one wishing fishing vanes, are respectfully referred to the (eur) devil. 1.1 SWIMS llll Court?The Circuit Court sits on the first MonuYy in May. It is said that Solicitor Butts will be hore himeelf te p'rcscsnfe our offenders. an i?im i ? Judge Carpenter ?We notice in an exchange that the Judge was ijuitc seri oasly injured by a fall frout his buggy ia Columbia on Monday evening. >n ? ~ Big DrUlli-?Ben. Loyd has a lot of drsei fish caught on the coSst. One of thee* is of immense sise and wsighs about eighty pounds. Bard to Beat? Messrs Straus* & Strest hare rice tor sale of good qnality and moderate prioee. Their besting of rice is hard to beat. Cooking StOTC.?We ask our read ars ...

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. — 19 April 1873

LQCAL. 8AUU?DAx:, APRIL 19, 1.873 Thsre Wilt bo divine tervice iu the Prosbyteriru ohurch ob to-morrow bj (W Msseof .?? l*Ius IX-?Ui? Holiness is said to bo Dust ?Tbo wind and dust on Thura. day wore "on a breere. Falling Tackle?Any one wishing fishini OS nee, are respectfully referred to the (our) devil. -I i ??? Court ?-The Circuit Court sits on the Grst Monday is May. It is said that Solicitor Butts n ill be here himself te pVoeccnte our offenders. Judge Carpenter ?We notice in nn ?scheage that the Judge was quite seri oaslj injured by a fall from his bug^y in Columbia on Monday evening. Big Drum-?Hen. Loyd has a lot of drnoi fish caught on the coast. One of there is ef immense size aad weighs about eighty pounds. Hard to Bent?Messrs Strauss & Street have riee for aalo of good qnality and moderate prioca. Their beating of rice is hart1 to beat. .CookiUgr StOTC.?We ask our read ars to peruse carefully the advertisements ia this issue of the Farmer Cooking Store. The recommenda...

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. — 19 April 1873

"So theStory ttoes.? ? 80 the story goes? The Franklin's daughter chanood to stray Where the mill-stream flews. Aad &* the rustic bridg* shoorosscd? | ?0 the tier? goes Over the roil ?he stoeped, and loat From oat her breaat a reae. The streim ran fust, theatream ma strong? r?e the etory geee? And on tta waters bore along The careless, ataiden's rose. as^JEB B Jjr 13 5. t ;i Tho miller a son stood bj the hank? 80 the atory goos? He stepped the wheel; and, ere It sank. Caught up the maiden's rose. Then in his cap he placed the Sower He the atory geee? And boldly te the maiden's bower He bied^at dsylighfa oloso. "Is this thy flower, sweetheart!" he eried? 80 theetery gocj-? The maiden blushed the maiden sighed, ? Oh, jire nie back my ruse!" "T eg flowers,*' he aaid 4,so ewect and fair" Po the story goes? "Twere shams to hart?ene'brea at ahold bear Thyself and this red rose." What more the j oath and maiden said That Summer eve, who kuows: But he kept the flower and won the maid? ?...

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. — 19 April 1873

"So theStory does." "Twes m^m^fi^ if ? So the ?torr goes? The Franklin's daughter ehanoed to stray Where the miU-atreaai flewa. And as the rustic bridge shearossed? ? o thoatorr g:se? 0*er the rail ahn stooped, and lest From ent her breast a rose. The stream ran fast, the stream ran strong? f?t tUe story gees? And on Its waters bore along The careless ??ijlea'a rose. The miller s son atood by the bank? So the stur y goes? He stepped the wheel; and, ere it sank, Caught up the maiden's rose. Thtnrtn-his cap he placed the flower? He the story gees? And boldly te the maiden's bower He hied-ntdaylighv'aolose. "Is tbirlhy'iower, gw'eeiheert!" he at led? So the stery goes? The maiden blushed the maiden sighed, "Oh,giT?nje back my rcse!" "T wo flowers," he said "so sweet and fair"? So the ?tory goes? "Twere shame to bart?snebresstsbold bear Thyeelf and this red rose." ^'bat more the jcuth and maiden said That Summer eve, who kuows! But he kept the flower and won the maid? ^e tho stery goes....

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. — 26 April 1873

I TWO DOLLARS PKR ANNUM. [ 8^aK OHITfiraoHAflO 2HT r i.ion a??HO i.? Volume t. GOD TViNTD aXJJl COUNTRY. saturday morning, april 26, 1873. -{ ALWAYS f*M>*UNC? - ;?OX! NUMBER 11 tHE ORANGrEBURG NEWS PUBLISHED AT ORANGKBURG Ercrj Saturday Morning. BY TII? 3RAXGE1UTRG NEWS COMPANY ?}?> ? ? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. fcne.Oepy fer ene year. $2.00 ?* ?? Six Months. 1.00 Aa/ en* e*nding TEN DOLLARS, far a Cl?V ?f New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR. free of eh arg*. Any on* panning FIVE DOLLARS, tr i Ciuk ef N?w Subscribers, will receive an IXT** COPY for SIX MONTHS, freo of sharp. ?RATWS OF ADVERTISING. 1 Isaare 1st tnaertien. tl.'O ? Id . 1.00 A leeare eenaists ef 10 lines Rrovier or e?e iaok ef Advertising space. Adaaiaistrater'a Notices.$.r, 00 sToticei ef Dismissal ef Guardians, Ad Bsiaiitraters. Executor., &c.$P- 00 Cealraet Advertiaemenls inserted upon the as est liberal terms. ?:o:? MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, net exisedtng ene Square, inserted without...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 26 April 1873

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS IQEOROB ROLIYRR, Financial, in* Tlvimasn Manaesa. ?IHcinl I?uper of the ttlato ai.il ?f Oras^fbnrK County. SATl'KDAT. APRIL 2?. 1873. JLIJLL'mim.Wi.11' 1 11 .. !!! ..Ill Aj ?y|??WiJ)f % Wv'/Te?, in the lovely spring it is natural and profitable te be sentimental, and amid the lavish luxur^tfce of Naturo'a loveliness just be-ej^ljaj;^ into beauteous life, what more, fitting theme ! The reflection of all the outer beauty eostomps itself upon the soul and mind ef man and instinctively turn! Iiis thoughts to subjects of s>nti* uienV. ' . * '; Leesoe ^letoi jjol ? i > beJnfoq \> "In *bc .Spring a brighter crimson, eorups. ' upon tho burnished dovo : "In tho Spring a voting man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love.'' The word beauty is French j the idea is universal. The philosophy of beauty ia mystic ; hi metaphysics most abstruse. Whether it cousits in colors or in lines is a question of abatract science. Its concrete esscnee is philofcrous. The blind b...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 26 April 1873

LOCAL. SATURDAY, APRIL HQ, 1873 Orange Blossoms. Dry si dust. Tho shade under the aWning of Messrs Patrick k Co., 1. refreshing. The shingles manu facto rod at tho factory ou thu Kdisto, nre much ad tu i rod. "Who'll be queen of the May. mnidtn*. Who'll be queen of the May." ?I la Tthmyton. tourl-ly. On May day evening a cour tly scene will he presetted in tho Kl/MO T Il'Alli.j 6u the first Monday in May proceedinge ns Tronrr* ly will be c >mtn?nced. fc>ui?? will ho heard nn both ovcaaitiut, nnd maiden speeches. ?u "? " ? ?-, .? ... . ... '?l'airth Lite rite pa It tly." Wh?la In a name? Mf. Rose is the head of the floral, and Mr. Lngormaii ia t t the Fhutz. -nfeat. v3'lic Ttirnamont Th it radiiy IScxt. We tall at? .ntion to tlo* pmgramm? of -the Turuutnent, published in another column. The proeersit'ii will pa?s through the main rtreets and accompanied by the Hand ol* Music, will Inspire an inter**! atnd enthusiasm in the occasi in, which We aro oonfid-nt will ht sust:iin ?d b...

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. — 26 April 1873

LOCAL. SATURDAY, APRIL 2?, 1873 Orange Blossoms. Df/ aa dust Tho shade under the awning of Messrs Patrick k Co., i? refreshing. Thb shingles manufactured at the factor/ on the Kdistu, are much ad anired. "Who'll bei|tieen of the .May. maid ins. who'll be queen of tho May." ?I tu TcHmy*o*>. lourt-lT. On Moy day evening a courtly aoenc will be prcsested in tho Kl.t.m t (IaI.I.; oti the first Monday in May proceedings as court ly will be c ?tuiuoacutl. Suits will ba beard no h< th occasions, and maiden speeches. ??Pntrch bite rite pairtly." Whitt in a haute? Mr UusP is the head of the floral, and Mr. liOg.-rman is at the Shut/, mfest. The Ttti'iiumont Th ttrsduj Xcxi. Wt c:tll at' .tition to t\\* programne of -the Turuament, published id auother column. The procersi? ii will pass through the taain streets and accntm<anied by the Hand of Music, wiM inspire an interest sind enthusiasm in tbe occasi in, which We am confid-nt will b* sustain ?d by the gallant riiritr of tho Knight...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 26 April 1873

[Sung eu the occasion of decorating tho graves of the Confederate dead, at Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, South Csrol'ini.] BT HKNRY TIM HOD. Sleep, martyrs of a fallen oause! ThoUgb jot no marble column craves The pilgrim here to pause. II. leanpfBMal in the earth. >f your famois biown, An?ssaB?BassfcstWaW its birth. The shaft ia in the atouo! III. Meanwhile, behalf the tardy years, Which keep in trust your storied tombs, Behold! your sisters bring their tears. And these memorial blooms. " IV. Small tribute*! but your shades will smile More proudly on these wreaths to-day Than when some cannon roouldcrrd pile Shell overlook this hay. .**??* it?**-', v. : *" Stop, ar.ge!s, hither from the skies! There is no holier spot of ground Than where defeated valor lies, By mourning boauty crowned. Tho '-slave of the ri'ig"?a btide. A grant for the West?Einigent. A chin that's uever shavod?An ur chfW?~? A boojc for the table?One full of plates.? % ' \ mm ? i ? j? Set together by the ears?Sh...

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. — 26 April 1873

laaod? Tiiii, [8ung en the occasion of decorating tlio graves of the Confederate dead, at Magnolia Cemetery. Charleston, South Carolin?.] BT HKNRY TIM HOP. Sleep sweetly U\ your humble graves ? Sleep, martyrs of a fallen cause! Though yet no marble column craves The pilgrim here tu pause. j? "? v*. In stejht of laurel in the earth, dossom of your fame is blown, And 'settle wliev* waiting for its birth, The shaft is in the stoue! III. Meanwhile, behalf tho tardy years. Which keep in trust your storied tombs, Behold! your sisters bring their tears. And these memorial blooms, ? A1 *' ' Small tributes! but your shades will smile More proudly on these wreaths to-day Than when come cannon raouldcrtd pile Khali overlook this hay. >? V. ?top, ange!s, hither from the skies! There is no holier spot ef ground Than vrbere defeated valor Ho, By mourning boauty crowned. Tho ''slave of the ring"?a btidc. A grant for the West?Emignnt. A chiu that's never shaved ? An ur chin. A book for the table...

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. — 3 May 1873

- fl '?" .I , . . , . ..?t.,.?. ?_u^--? ? ? ?, ? _ "^T"**"*"* TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. \ GOD OU R GCt?jTSTT?BY. "? ALWAYS IN ADVANCE VOLUME 1 ,:iO.I.TO/ SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1873. NUMBER 12 ._?-^? , ? ? . - . ? ,- ?-. ,. I >_~-_ TBE ORANGEBURG NEWS ..>>? :o:? PUBLISHED AT o jH AlSTO TS B TJUO Erery Saturday Morning. BT THK dSANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY TIP.Ii8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy fsr ? year. $2.00 :*nr i 'K ?? Six Months.m 1.00; A?7 one seeding TIN POLLARS, for n Cln? ?f Now Subserlbere, wllt veoeWe an ?TTRA COPT for ONB TR AR, fron of | sherge. Any nn? sensing PITI POLLAUS. ?r n Clnb ef Now Buboorlboro, will reeeWo nn SXTRA COPT for BIX MONTHS, free of I ?.o:? TtATM OF ADVERTISING. 1 Bnnare lot iMorMen. Sl.50 S4. " . 1.00 ?A Se,?are ?uliti of 10 lines Brevier or %n? Inoh of Advertising spsee. AdealnlatrAter's Hntiees, . .?B 00 Uoaioon nt Dismissal of Guardian?, Ad alldAtrsWn, B*ee?tere, Ae...$9 00 Contract AeVrortiaemenU Inserted npon tho moot libeml lernen. ?to*.? KARRI...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 3 May 1873

1.1 tV/.f 1 TITO DOLLARS PKR ANNUM. ? GOD OITU OQ^STT I t^Y\ J ALWAYS IN AD VAN CIS VOLUME 7. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1873. NUMBER 12 Xim ORANGEBURG NEWS <f*VU ">?'!' ,.?*? ,i ?:o:? PUBLISHED AT OjHATSrGrT53TJTlGr Erery Saturday Morning. BT TU K a>BAHGEBURG NEWS COMPANY TBRM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. ?no Onpy for one year. $2.00 M ?? Six Menthe... 1.00 1*7 eae ??b?int TKN HOLT-A US. for a Clak af Now Snbaerlber?, wilt rectir? an BXTRA COPT far ONI YEAR, free af ?bars*. Any ana tanning FIVE POM.Alts, ?r a dab of* Now 8ubs?rlb?r?, will receive an BXTRA COPT far SIX MONTHS, fraa of J ?:o:? KATRS OF ADVERTISING. 1 Samara lot Inaartion. Si.50 14. " . 1.00 'A Square eeaeleta of 10 liaee Brevier or %aa iaek af Advertising opaao. Ai^awatratar'a Notion,.to 00 HoMeea?r Dleaaleeal of Guardian?, Ad ?lalotratora, Baeaatore, Re.$9 00 Ceatraet AavarUeomeata iaeertea apon tho laoat liberal tarnm. ?to:? MARRIAGE and FUNKP.AL NOTICES, ?ol exeoeciag ewe Samara, inverted without ?jkorgi. SfjT Tora? C...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 3 May 1873

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS GEORGS BOLIYElt, Financial and Busikkss Makaqbb. Official Paper or the State and or Oratngchurg County. SATUKDAT, MAY 3, 1873. _iii ?. ii-j ? ? ' ??? ? The Centennial and the South All men know by this time that (he fourth of July, 187G, is to be celebra ted by a pageant as grand as was ever conceived. The arrangements for the celebration of this the One Iluudrcdlh Anniversary of American Independence are already thoroughly organised and are upon an immense scale. The cele bration will be bald at Philadelphia, and there is no dsubt that the whole North will enter into the spirit of the occasion with an enthusiasm that will count no cost nor spare -my pains. Will the South participrffe 7 A late number of tho Philadelphia Evcniny Bulletin comes to ns with a **u 11 account of the meeting ofagen(s of the Philadelphia World' Exposition of 1S7G at Memphis Tcnne^ee. The Com j missioners to represent Tennesee in be half of the scheme met in the city named, and an associa...

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. — 3 May 1873

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS ClKOllUK ?OLIVKK, Financial ani> Busikkss Makaqsb. Ofllctal l*nper of the State and of Orangchitrg County. SATUKDAT, MAY 3,1S73. The Centennial and the Month All men know by this time that the ^oiirtiH^of July. 1S7G, is to be celebra ted by a pageant as grand as was ercr conceived. Thd arrangements for the celebration of this the One Hundredth Anniversary-of Amcricau Ipdependcnce are already thoroughly organised and aro upon an immcusc scale. The cele bration will be held at Philadelphia, and there is no daubt that the whole tfortk will euter iuto the spirit of the ft i OJit* ? ' . , occasion with an enthusiasm that will count no cost nor spare nny pains. Will the South participated 1 A late number of the Philaldelphin ?vaiwy Bulletin comes to ns with a ?*ull account of the meeting of agents of the Philadelphia World' Exposition of1S7G at, Memphis Tenne^ee. The Com missioners to represent Tennesee in be half of the scheme met in the city named, aud an associat...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 3 May 1873

1 -, iwilfrt ?? ? .^mm, - - TMd <?lood.-?-Thorofrc*hiug rains of tut? weck have revived the drooping plttuu aad hearts "f our fanners and eatuital 'chroro very lining ^L?imta. Business Cttflegrtv^Wt: lr^e^j^VCd tho Journal of the uLv?)! jsMMOM-?od tnkn ^Ibtrs?re id" com uieudtu-f Gifts' flVH class Southern ISchoul to our people.' ?^?tr?i^licuorts S|gn.-lrt that bY| M*?^rs Mosely <,\! Cro?k, which by its position fulls plainly ?(' the whercabeuti of this escllcnt business heusr which has ! r-vcrythrig and yet nothing?mjt j^ood Fprjiii^aud Suniincr:?Quods for the hoasou, of every pos*ibjo variety and at wonderfully cheap prices, ara t.> be had at tho welLfiilqd store of Messrs T. K>lir**rBro. M-a\ ** a. . - ,mm ??:',?!? ^ 31 ('Nomura - -This tho name of ono of our old and Btcflnig mcrchnuts. Mr. McKamara says something of new sud seasonable gonps, but wlaeu this adver tisement is rend, the half is not told. jVropJi>t and Sqnaro.?T. <\ An 'drews, Tfeasu#;cr pf Orangeb...

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. — 3 May 1873

Did (sOOd.-?-Tho refreshing rains of lUfe \v*clf have revived tho drooping plants a.id hoar Id of our fanners aiul * .41011 II .K''! ?'?? laid the dust that so Ion.', |jad held hi'jh e^uifaJOoVor-everything. ... ? ii i i ^AUiWtta Easiness College.?Wc liUTC .received the .Journal of the tibuve jnHirltHM- nod tttko pleasure in cotn paeudiug tills flrst class Southern School to our people.' A tonspiciioiis Sfgn.?r? itfai of Me^rs Mutely A Crook, which by its position fejls plainly ?f the whereabouts' of this cxcllent business heu.se which has .everything nud yet noihin??tot <$ood Spring.Riid Sunuiier:?tjoods for the houson, of every posnltfla variety and at wonderfully cheap price*, are to be had at tho well, filled atorc of Messrs T. K.ohn Ar Hr.?. SZcNailiara?This the name of one of our old and sterling merchants. Mr. McNatnara says somelhiug of new and seasonable goops, but wkn this adver tisement is read, the half is not told. TiOfirjii and Square.?T. ('. An 'drews, Tjceasutcr p...

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. — 3 May 1873

Mgking tho Most of a (.union. en ?zardcna are- made tb yield more than half what they are capable of doing under good culture and taro, and it stTnl^be (ho purpo-e of ilii paper to desoribo some of the methods ia useflFhpng' the market g nd ners, by wkicb^jrfekeVgitrdeu in made to yield two, and ercii three crops in a season. I'm little more labor or manrre is net deil for the two crops than onc-^in fact, the amount 8tf* runuuro required to produce ?hAPtenp in pel faction wi'; generally Ct^mrzZdX&ViM %he focond with litt 11 at The Barly Crop* arc? The /.<t/e Cropa art? Teas.-i May be fol- t Squashes, Tur Potatees, / lowed t>y \ nips, Piokles, J.ctlace.) Melons.' ( I ?ate Cabbage, spinach. \ -J Celery, Squashes, liccts. J ( Celery, Sweet K'y Cabbage... ^ Hcrlis, Sage. Beans. I Ma'joruin. Onion Sets.^ &c., Onions from Seed.j Turnips, .vv. Squashed, Celery The early crops must be well manured and tilled in order to be cleared nil" in season for the latter ones, and this m...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 3 May 1873

jlukintr the Most of u Garden. f^^^UsW^i^P^ou gutfdcJJS uro made tb yield more than half what they,are capnblo of doing under good culture and care, and it ?hall l.o ?ho purpo-o of this paper to dosorihe some of the method* i? uspijtymg the market gard-ners, by whicbi^ktVgucdei) is made to yield two, and ?reu three ereps in a season. But litt le more labor or manure is needed fb? the two orops than one?-in luce, the amount ?** runuure required to produce thgggsop'.. in pel Action wi'i generally ea^H^^tu^f %he ,second with little The Earhj Crop* arc? T/ir Laie Crops are? 1'eas."1 May be fed- ( Squashes, Tur Potatecs, J lowed I - v \ inp-s, I'iokl.s. Lo?WMvkJ.V Melons, f Late Ciibbagc, Spiuach. V i Celery. Squashes, lieets. J ( Celery, Sweet E'y Cabbage,.........fa.\ Horba, Sage, Jleans.ffTk.^...i. j Mat-jorum. Onion Sets..*.\ &c., Onions from Sood. J Turnips, .y..,. Squashes* Celery The early crops must be well manured and tilled in order to be cleared nil' in reason for the latt...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 10 May 1873

the orangeb?rg ne ws ?:o:? rUBTJfWKD AT 0 n aristo tc b?rg Every Saturday Morning. BY TIIK JRANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy for one year. $2.00 ? ii ?? gix Months. 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for n fin* of New Subscribers, will receive n EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of ehnrgo. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, or n Club of New Subscribers, will receive nn EXTRA COPY fcr SIX MONTHS, free of obarge. ?:n:? # ? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.r>() *? " 2d 44 . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or one inch of Advertising space. ?. Administrator's Notices,.$5 00 "Neiices of Dism1s?al of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, &c.~$0 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the ?nest liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, net exceeding one Square, inserted without ehavge. ?:o:? ?JOT Terms Cash in dranre. "3a Browning & Browning*, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OttAXGKBnJEltf.i C. U., So. ??. ^ _ Malcolm I. Bnowxi*u. Bf\ A. F. Bbow'kixq...

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