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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 2 August 1873

1 HE ORANGEBURG NEWS tUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON, EDITOR. ? , GEORGE BOLITER, KlKANCIAL AM) BUBIKKSS ilAt-Afil'.V. fficittl Paper of the State and of Orangeburg County. r THE ORANOBBURG NEWS HAS I LARGER CIRCULATION THAN NY OTHER PAPER IN THE CO UN TUliDAl, AUGUST 2, 1873. *iy iu the namo of common bouse ? sotue of the weak-headed, mali Democratic newspapers that are ys crying "Oh, Caroliua, vale ."' at ouco bid good bye to Carolina plain English and leave for some where else I' They would bo happier ?out' the Ststo, and tho State would 'ter off without them. ?i??-??-???? ? Timer say6, in reference to the ition, "Who that looks on, aud is iressed with tho degradation of jtc man, must be lost to the least jf honor or decency." which the Times means, that white degrado themselves by associating cally with colored men. auk God. there is at least one depth ? -gradation to which, neither the white colored members of aoy Republican ? vention have, as yet desoeuded, and .1. is, the nomination of ...

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. — 2 August 1873

i L ? C A. I. ._ . S ATUKDA,Yr AUG TS T 2, 1873. TEE C?lSiYENTION. JUDGE ANDREWS NOMINATED On the First Ballot 1! THE "ALLIES" NOWHERE !! A THUNDERBOLT FOR BOLTERS'! Four Candidates Divide 28 Totes I. Only a Taste Apiece!! Judge Andrews has 45 Totes All to Himself!! A FEW SORE-HEADS CRY "ANYBODY BUT ANDREWS \" \ -?.vaser v- v - >*-r>'- ? ? ? ? ? ? THE J'EOrlE SA J 'NOBODY BUT AKDBEWSr Early last Tuesday moruing tlia dele gates to tbe County Convention which was to be held the following day eom - menoed to gather in nod around the Court House Square. Candidates aud everybody olea began to luok lively. It vraa' soou understood that McKitilay, Livingston, Byas and Rigga had consoli dated their forces undo.- the battle cry "Anything to beat Andrew?!" A little later it was known that Williams, Cald well and Guigaard has) joined the" Allies and many knowing ones affected to he lieve that tbe Andrews men had hard Work beforo them, tit the evening, the "Allies'* k?ptopchhouseata"Ropub...

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. — 2 August 1873

SATURDAY, AUUT3T 2, 1873. JUDGE ANDREWS NOMINATED On t1i9 First Ballot! I ?vSsT%. ,<? ..it ? *? ? TDK "ALLIES" NOWHERE !! A tuuxdkrbolt for bolters! ! four Candidates Islvide 38 Voten! Only a Taate Apiece! X Judge Andrews lias 45 Totes All to Himself!! A FEW SORE-HEADS CRY ??ANYBODY BUT ANDREWS \" the i'Eori.k sa r ".\OBODY BUT ANDREWSP Early last Tuesday morning the dele gates to the County Convention which was to bo held the following day e?m menoed to gather in and around the Court llousc Square. Cundidates and everybody else began 'o look lirely. It was' soou understood that McKiuiay, Livingston, Byas and Rigga had consoli dated their forocs under the battle cry "Anything to best Andrews!*' A little later it was known that Williams, Cald well and Guignurdhae' joined the" Allies,'* aud many knowing onos affected to be lievc that the Andrews men had hard work before them. In the evening, the "Allies" keptopenhoase nt a "Republican Headquarters," and probably did a good deal of ...

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. — 2 August 1873

tiOCA ? SATURDAY* AUGTST 2, 1873. JUDGE ANDREWS NOMINATED On tho First Ballot!! TDK "ALMES" NOWHERE !! A TU UXI) Kl; Ii OL T FOR HOLTERS.! ! frowr Candidate* Divide 38 Totes!. Only a Tante Apiece!! Judge Andrews lias 45 Votes All to Himself!! A FEW SORE HEADS CRY "ANYBODY BUT ANDREWS !" THE 1'EOrlt SA V "NOBODY BIT AKDREWSr Early last Tuesday morning the d?le gatcs to the County Convention which was to be held tho following da; com menced to gather in and around the Court House Square. Candidates and everybody ob? began to look lively. It was- 80ou understood that McKiulay, Livingston, Byas and Rigge had consoli dated their for oca under the battle cry "Anything to bent Andrews!" A little later it was known that Williams, Cald well and Guignurd had joined the" Allies,'* aud many knowing ones affected to he lieve that the Andrews men had hard Work before them, tn the evening, the "Allies" kept open hoase at a "Republican Headquarters," and probably did a goo 1 denl of cauottssing. A ...

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. — 2 August 1873

HUI Afp <>n George W.W III iura? olV Charleston. Bill Arp has been to New York, met Mr. Williama and writeHto the Augusta Ohfronich nmi ScntinnL Bill tries hard to bo funny. "('neatly to my del it e I met with my old friend, George Williams, on his way dowu William street. He was just from the ei?y of Ch irlettou, where he rains as a kiug, and was in a very hap py frame of mind, 1 meau financially. I knowd ueorgc in Xacooehy .vim thirty yenrr ego, when he used to work like a nigger in a little com patch on the side of the hill and carried wafer in a big soap goard'to keep his truck from hum in up with the diowth. He was always hard woikin, and a mighty liberal man ukkordiug to his means. He is liberal yet, but, in ypite of all he can do, his money will ak k utuulate faster than he can give it away. I'm ahold this wur rics him, and it do?s look like a pity to a man 50 discumfittod with money in his decdinin years. Considering that lie is a Gcorgy Methodist I hav thought he migh...

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. — 2 August 1873

Bill Arp lias been lo New York, met Mr. Williams and writes to the Augusta Chronicle awl SetU?jhtL Bill tries hard to be funny. . "Greatly to my delile I met with my old friend, George Williams, on his way down William street. He was just Irom the city of Oh irloatou, where he rains as a kiug, and was in a very hap py frame of miud, 1 mean financinlly. 1 knnwd Coorgc in Nacoochy sjuu thirty ycarr- sgo^ wheu he used to work like a nigger in a little corn pnteh on the side of the hill an\l carried water in a big soap gnnrd to keep his truck from burn in up with the dvowth. He was always hard woikin, und a mighty liberal man ?kkording to his menus. He is liberal yet, hot, in spito of all he can do, his money will ukkumulate faster than he can give it away. I'm alt ol d this wor rics him, aud it does look like a pity to a man so discumGttcd with money in his deelioin years. Considering that ho is a Georgy Methodist I hav thought he might build em a collego in Nacooohec jest to spite old...

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. — 2 August 1873

Hill A^oA^^tjcr^Y^illiiim? [on. Bill Arp lias been to New York, met Mr. Williams and writes to the Augusta Chronicle ami Smtitttl, Bill tries hard to be funny. . ?"Greatly to my delite I met with mv old friend, George Williams, on his way down William street, lie was just from the city of Ch.irlostou, where he rains as a kiug, and was in a very hap py frame of iniud, 1 mean financially. I knowd George in Nacoochy sjun thirty year? tvgr?, when he used to wo' k like a nigger in a little corn patch on the side of the hill and carried water in a big soap gnnrd to keep his truck from burn in up with the dVowth. He was always hard workin, and a mighty liberal man ukkording to his menus. He is liberal yet, but, in spito of nil he can do, his money will akkumulate faster than he can give it away. I'm niiord this wor riesbim, and it does look like a pity to a man so discumfittod with tuouoy in his declinin years. Considering that he is a Gcorgy Methodist I hav thought he might build on> n...

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. — 9 August 1873

" ' " = - - ? ? t ' mm v . hj-rr;-_ . m mm 1 . ???m n i j ?_i_"_Ji_-. ? . ? ? i ?? -mr ... ? j f . 1 -- * ?"' ww^W?1 Hi #ot gebpg. -Iceis. ? ^ TWO ??LLAItS PER ANNUM, '.j. GOD AND (H" 11 ("fc TI iT. ? -j ALWANS IN ADNANCK. ?VOLUME,7. _ SATURDAY MOKNINTt, AUGUST 9, .1873. =?=^ NUMER28 THE ORANGEBURG NEWS / ' ?vo:? rrnLtSrJKD at ? H A.IST G K BIJ Tt CI Every SftliTrtlay Morning. BY THE ORANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY ?:o:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy for ene year... $2.00 ?? ?? ? Six Months. 1.00 Any ono Bending TEN DOLLARS, for n Club of New Subscribers, will receive nn EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free o ?b?rge. Any one sending FIVF. DOLLARS, or a Club of Now Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free o nrg e. -*-to:? "RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.-r>0 ?? ?? 2d " . 1.00 A Squnro consists of 10 lines Rrcvicr or fthc incb of Advertising spnee. Administrator's Notices, .$fi 00 Notices ot DisUu-.-..1. of Guardians, Ad min istratorS, Executors, A*o.$9 00 ...

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. — 9 August 1873

- ? ' mm~l ? -??-~-???- - . I.. - 'i . .? ?? - ? i I... in. i. ? i-More-,th>w tmmtmm TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. ]? T^Z^^rZ T^^ZlZ ^...----r-arr ? ? ? --=ssg===s^s:^, . , , , , _ . uOI.) AND OUR O-jptJIsI Tl tY. -1 ALWAN? IN ADNANCK. VOLUME 7. SATURDAY MORNINTJ,. AUGUST 9, 1873. '. ' / THE ORANGEBURG NEWS ?? teem MS ff ED AT ? n A jSt OK B IT ro Every Sfttarday Morning. "by tiik ORANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY terms of subscription. One Copy for ene yenr. $2.00 * ?? ?? ? Six Months. .... 1.00 Any one Rending TEN DOLLARS, for a Club of Now Subscribers, will receive nn EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of | charge. Any one Bending Fl vf- DOLLARS, or a Club of New Subscriber*, will receive an EXTRA COFY for six MONTHS, free of | nrg e. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square Ir.i Insertion. $1.50 ?? ?? 2*1 ?* . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 Hues Brevier or fthc inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notice*, .So 00 Notices of Dismissal of Gunrditins, Ad ministrators, Erecutors, &c.$u 00 .Contract Adve...

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. — 9 August 1873

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS Ai-uL'STius if. knowi/roar, K ? I T O 11 . c1eoroe IIOI.IVKIl, Financial and Business Masagbb. Ollleial Paper of tlic Stale and oT Oranjfcbnr? Comity. B Tili: O RANG KB URO NEWS ft IS A KARGER CIRCULATION THAN LV1" QTIIER TA VER IN THE COUN~ SATT HDA i, AU?1 ? 1873. Our editor, Griding his professional, official and editorial duties, rather too much for one man during this warm weather, "vacates," editorially, for two 'or three weeks. His place will be more than filled by a fricud who is already well and favora bly known to the roadcrs of the Nr.ws. Vote for T. O. Andrews next Wednesday. ^COMMUNICATED.] Kein tniscoiicos of OraiigeTUHrK l'orly Years Aku. ]!Y AMICALOBAIf. Oningcburg had her two Churches also, Methodist and Baptist. These were plain, old fashioucd, modest looking, little structures with rough walls, bare ' benches and pino pulpits; but their uneoinfortablencss nud inconvenience did not prevent the little band of devout worshipers from flocking thith...

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. — 9 August 1873

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS AIIU178TUS B. KNOM'LTO-V, EDITOU. CEOltfaJE HOjLIVF.lt, FlNAMII AL . AMI BUSINESS MAHAOBB. Ollleial Paper of tlic Slate ami of Orangebtirg County. JB^v* Til S O RA Nd RS UR d NE ft rS ft A S ~A JiARQER CIRCULATION THAN UVT OTHER i'A VMR IN THE CO UN 's Kfn : SATl HDAi, AUtjil 1 9, 1S73. Our editor, finding his professional, official and editorial duties, rather too rotten for one nian during this warm weather, "vacates," editorially, for two "or three weeks. His place will be more than filled by a friend who is already well and favora bly knowu to the roadcrs of the Nkws. Vote for T. C. Andrew? next Wednesday. [communicated.] KeuiiniNCcnces of Orangeuurg. Forty Years Ago. BY AMICALOBAU. 0 fa Ukeborg' bad her two Churches also, Methodist and Baptist. These were plain, old fnsbioucd, modest looking, little .structures with rough walls, bare ' benches and pine pulpits; but their uneomfortablcncss and inconvenience did not prevent the little baud of] devout worshiper...

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. — 9 August 1873

LOO AL". DAY, AUGTST 9, 1873. Yotft Cor T. V. Aud wir? next Wednesday. PERSONALS? Aa this issue of tho News will bo b4fi-|ft<i with the corner stone of the Fair ifciikiing of the Agricultural Society of Orangeburg County, wo desire to bury a tew items of n great muny men with it. Tho News may bo disem tombed within a century sod those to come may know, without reading histo ry, something of those of to-day. Wc will commence at tho dopot, und promise not less than two uor more thau ten linos to any person. Mr. T.'O. Dawson is our depot agont. He is affable and polite, slay Orungo burg always have such an agctt. Mr. T. A. Jeffords, keeps on tho corn er near the Railroad. Ho is delicately built, but possessed of decision of oha racter. Messrs. T. C. andJ.S. Albei gotti are with him, b?<th jolly good fel lows. Hon. Thos. W. Glover lives next. His name forms a part of the history of tho State. N. Austin B*i?n is an adopted citizen Of whom we are truly proud, lie was Mayor of this c...

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. — 9 August 1873

SAJM?DAY, A l'GTST y, 1873. ?Fxr?'?'-1-~~ Voi? fit** T. ?. Audrews next Wednesday. PERSONALS - As this issue of tho News will be hurled with the corner stone of tho Fair Building of the Agricultural Society of Orangeburg County, wo desire to bury a tew items of a great many men with it. The News may bo discm tombed within a century and thoso to come may Enow, without reading histo ry, something of those of to-day. Wc will commence at tho depot, nnd promise riot less than two uor more than tdu linos to any person. Mr* T.'O. Dawsoo is our depot agont. Ho is affable and polite. May Orange burg always have such an agclt. Mr. T* A. Jeffords, keeps on the corn er near the Railroad. He U delicately 'built, but possessed of decision of bha racter. Messrs. T. C. amlJ.S. Albot gotti uro with him, both jolly good fel lows. Hon. Thos. W. Glover lives next. His uamo forms a part of the history of tho State. N. Austin Bt?ll is an adopted citizen of whom we are truly proul. Ho was Mayor ot this ci...

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. — 9 August 1873

The Mule and his Eider ? JT - Harper's Drawer has the following; The negro and mule (writes a friend in in Clinton, Loursiana( are inseparable companion in the Southorn ootton fields and likothe ?iawa.than striog and bow useless enoh withodt tho other. The lasy indifference and oareleBS oruoltj of "the one, and wonderful powers of eudu ranee of gotere labor, bad treatment, nnd neglect of the other, complete the com patibility of the two races necessary for the productions of lour million of bales. A characteristic aneedoto may be relish ed bj those who have had experience of the two. The spectator, had taken rc fugo from the sun's prependieular rays ander the shade of a spreading beech, >ind lay recumbent, enjoying the fitful breeze and the sombre sweetness of the eouoty newspaper. Along the dusty road, which passed by this retreat came jogging a nogro, mounted on a mule, both apparently fast asleep. As the somnolent pair approached the spot sonic wicked sprite of the place g?vc ...

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. — 16 August 1873

,3SA?&i Sa Wet Wt rvt^-*rrj *><a *;K ^AHfltSpjWK>*5 r n ?-?VI ?5**?1 /t Iii fv>A TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. }. VOLUME 7. -:-u ?t-? ;-^_ ? ? ??TK iL. god ^vistd oxjh qpxjisrjpjiY. \\ ALWAYS IN ADVABiCK. SATURDAY MORNlNjG, AUGUST 16, 1873. ,?Mh1tttt i Ot 9 NUMER 29 THE ORANGEB?RG NEWS -:o:_ PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBURG Every Saturday Kerning. BT TDK tfBANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Oaa Copy Mr asm year. 92.00 h ?. 4 Six Months.- 1.0? Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for a ?ClnV af New Subscribers, wilt receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any en? sending FIVE DOLLARS, or a Club of New Subscribers, will receive or. EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of arg a. ?>;o:? RATES OP ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. Sl.ftO ?? 2d " . 1.00 A Sqnare consists of 10 lines Brevier or one lach of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices._...$5 00 Notices of Disndsf.nl of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Ex ?entern, &c.00 Contract Advertisement* iiawtwd upon the ?o...

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. — 16 August 1873

mi - ftw KT? Vi KS I, TWO DOLLARS PKK ANNUM. }. 16 GOD JVTSTD OU.K OjoXJNTJtY. J ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. VOLUME 7. SATURDAY MORNIN G, AUGUST 16, 1873. NUMER 29 THE ORANGEB?RG NEWS ?- :o:? PUBLISHED AT ORA^GTEBITRGr Ey?i*j Saturday Morning. bt THE ?nuifcfemrm news company TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Od? Cepy for et? year. $2.00 " ?? Rix Months. 1.00 Any ene sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Vina* of Now Subscribers, wilt receive un EXTRA COPT for ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, ?r a Club of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, froe of arg e. ?:o:? RATKS OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $l.f?0 ? ? ?? 2d ** . l.OO A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or ?ae inch of Advertising apace. Administrator's Notices.$5 00 Notice* of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, &c.$9 00 Contract Advertisements inserted uprn the vsest liberal terms. ?:o:? MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, sot exceeding etra Square, inserted without efcarge. ?m:? Mr Ter...

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. — 16 August 1873

.KorasojiAirj v> .ijV?I ?* fitful TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. }? ?4 ?aut;?.". UiJaa { VOLUME 7. ch? aJaT' 5. K*4lt0 r*t -.... ??? -r? t-? ?f' ^aa ALWAY8 IM ADVAOWSL i ALWAYS IN SATURDAY MORNlKjG, AUGUST 16, 187&:* ?'''- *^"'r* THE 0RANGEBUR6 NEWS PVSLISUED AT ti nil Wm+L7 SorT,iac. BY T?? okangIcburg news company TERMS Or SUBSCRIPTION. Ob* Cany far (Mynr. *2.00 .. a ut* Months. 1.00 Ab7 an? sending TEN DOLLARS, for a *Clns? of New Subscribers, wilt receive an EXTRA COPT for ONE YEAR, free of | charge. Any 0n? sending PIVE DOLLARS, fgf jfj, C\\x% of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPT far 8lX MONTHS, free of | S*f e. ?:o:? BATES OP ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.50 j ** 2d 44 . 1.00 ? A Square consists of 10 Hues Brevier or ?a* task sf Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, .-...$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, &c...$'.) 00 Centract Advertisernents inserted upon the meat liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not e...

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. — 16 August 1873

continued from 1ST faoe. a heartfelt prajer, after which th<? usual masonio ceremonies attending the laying of a ?corner stone were performed. A mo rife tho articles buried iu the corner stone were various specimens of coin, one bearing the date 1700, quite a col lection" of Confederate bonds and bills, copies of tho Orangeburg Times and Oraagebuig News, a paper prepared by Saumel Dibble, Esq., giving statistics of tho town und county, nnd various other art idea which escape my memory. The following is a summary of Mr. Dibblc'B ? t?tistical paper: statistics for the stone. "This building is erected by the cor poration knowu as 'The Oraugcburg Agrieukurul nnd Mechanical Associa tion.'" "The provisional directors of this, association wero: Thomas A. Elliott, M. D., Wm. F. Barton, Johu L Mooror, Jaoob G. Wauuaiuaker, F. I*. W. Briggmaun, John S. Bowman and Samuel Dibble, Dr. Elliott being presi dent. On May 10, 1873, the capital stock of 95,000 Uaviug been fully sub scribed, the ass...

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. — 16 August 1873

CONTINUED FROM 1ST I'AOE. a heartfelt prayer, after which the oMial ?masonic ceremouies attending the luying of a acornerstone were perforujod. Amon^ the articles buried in ihe corner stone were various specimen of coin, oue bearing the date 1700, quito a col lection of Confederate bonds and bills, copies of tho Orangeburg Times and Orangcbutg News, a paper prepared by Sjainuel Dibble, Esq , giving statistics of tho town and county, and various other articles which escape my memory. The following is a summary of Mr. nibble's rtatistioal paper: STATISTICS FOR TDK STONE. "This building is erected by the coi - pnration kuown as 'Tho Orangeburg Agricultural and Mechanical Associa tion.'" "Tho provisional directors of this association were: Thomas A. iilljott,rM. D., Wm. F. hartou, John L Moorur, Jacob 0. Wauuauv.iker, F. It. W. Briggniaun, John S. Bowman and Samuel Dibble, Dr. KllioLt being presi deut. On May 10, 1873, the capital eiock of ?5,000 haviug been fully sub scribed,, tho asso...

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. — 16 August 1873

CONTINUED FROM lVT 1'AOE. a heartfelt prayer, after which the r/sual -masonic ceremonies attending the laying of a ? corner mtone were performed. Amoti(, the articles bcried iu the comer stone wero various specimens of coin, one bearing the date 1700, quito a col lectfon of Confederate bonds und bills, copies of tbo Orangeburg Times and Orangebutg News, a paper prepared by ^ainuel Dibble, Esq., giving statistics of the town und county, nnd various other articles which escape my memory. The following is a summary of Mr. Dibble's rtatistioul paper: STATISTICS FOK THE STONE. "This building is erected by the cor poration knowu as 'The Orangeburg Agricultural nnd Mechanical Associa tion.'" "The provisional directors of this association wore: Thomas A. Elliott, ,M. D., Wm. F. Bartou, John L Moorer, Jaoob G. Wauuainakcr, F. II. W. Briggmaun, John S. Bowman nnd Samuel Dibble, Dr. Elliott being presi dent. On May 10, 1873, the capttal stock of 95,000 haviug been fully sub scribed, the associ...

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