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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 4 January 1879

THE OKANOEIUmO TIMES. ibbue1) l v kky batukuay mokninu MEMdrHAW K RUWAKDS, Proprietors. ST1I.KH Ii. MKLLICIIAM11 Kditor. O*c Copy one lVrtr....y?.$1 00 " St* Months. To HhIcs oT AuvcrlisinR. Onr Sjvdfcltf IWtr'fcbi.$1 00 Each Subsequent " . CO XoH'r^ inserted in Loral Column ct.' 20e per Line. tf fi r n $ \.4tf ?SvftBctf'pfton? and 7V?msvrit Advertise ments, to be pttirl fnr m ^rfmnre. H?>" .We aro in no Ti?y responsible ler th? ?i??r? or opinions of onr Coirespoiid I i^'I^?kTm. V~j A N U A K V 4. 18T0. Onr Posjtion. This Icing ihc Orel of the New Year it u)ay he preopr for ua b.rieliy test*!? our position. Oar e>iito:i*l ortnoc lion with the Clarion haxing ewocK in consequence of propositions of partnership. mr.de to Mr F>im-> try Mr. S^cridan'wbo, we ?mierst-and, was endeeverin-. to pnrqhis-ic th? TrxiM, which he had b.;rn. conduct in?r tindoi un arrangement *ith Mr. Boliver sum consul id tue : tho t?r> papon into one, we determined if ws could hoy R press and mater...

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. — 4 January 1879

The Oraiigebiir^ Times church: directory. Mbtkodibt?Rev. O. A. Darby, Pan tor. Services every Sunday morning 10:30, night 8:80. Sunday School 8:80. Prayer meeting Wednesday Evening 8:80. Chil dren's Mooting every third Sunday. Paienrw?MAK??Rov. J. D. A. Brown, Partlor. Services every Sunday morning 10:80 ajarl afternoon 4:80. Sunday School 8:30. Preyer meeting every Thursday af ternoam 4:90. B AMI ST?ReV. T. W. Mellichniup, Paa tor. Serviaen every third and fourth Son day toerning 10:80, nigilt 8 30. Sunday H elves 1 every Handay morning 8:80. Snn day SAo-ai Mimioncry Meeting evvry fee** Seadey. 1"1tieoe 11 TTii It, Ki. Gnerry, PnMor. ftarrleea iMrd ftanday in *aeh moata Mwsfrg affariKMa 4 80. L??Ma-Bev. J- F. Einer, Fester, i Seme** every gcadny. Morning 10.80, aught t.?. B?aday School every Roaday j morning 8*0. T. ?. C A.?Rooms on RueSell Street. Opon every eveomg in the week I'roai 8:30 to 10:80. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 6:30 and Sunday afternoon* at <i o'cloc...

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. — 4 January 1879

[Written for the Omngcburg Times.] Farewell to the Radical Party. BT A. U. EYAKS OF ORANGEBUBO COUNTY The Radicals will long remember That they met the Democrats on the 5th November. Our party thoy# boblly swore they'd take, A capture of General Izlnrmakc, Ami of Democratic Hour, Bwcet rakes would bake For the feast on theCth November. Hut our red shirt boyp, came ill time nc>t slow, The honest ballot began to throw, Which turned their cakes, all into dough, On the memorable Oth of November. The Strakcritcs were put to flight. With howls of indignation, The red shirt boys, they raised the shout, Of Carolina's salvation. Yes Carolina, most gallant State, With Hampton and good order, Will rout the rogues who lie in wait Within our Fden border. ******* Oh ! awful day for Rads 'twill be, When God in justice serves them, No Moses then to lead them on, No Chamberlain to cheer them, For saints like these will already be, In chambers far beneath them. Then farewell Rads! farewell! a long...

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. — 11 January 1879

JUST OPENED ONE DOOR KA8T OF I>r. A. C Du lie's IMiiK Store, G. CANON Who will hoop constant Iv on hand V\' LLand COM 1LETE Mock of ^Efcfclfl !* riiwnrt?, Cutlery i II litis. Pistols, And Sporlisti; (aOOftH ol every description; Aluo nil kind* of Kcpiilrinc done on the shortest notice to Linn.-*, L'istuls, Lock?, Umbrellas, end SEWJ NO MAGHI N KS Dona np nud Adjusted. ZitV" All goods and work warranted to girr entire satisfaction in quality woik aaaiuhip ntid price* Thanking my friends fur past patronage 1 aapc to merit a contimmee of the s.ime im ibo future. 1'. (<? CANNON. ?>ept2S 1H7S W "CARHLVOKS J5UCG1ES AND W A ? O X S ATI KNTh ?N to my P-usinc-? of ClAKRI \U E IrtAStlSCJ. Ami will guarantee that my work in tkv future shall he asUOOD .k in tLr punt tort} years that 1 have been in the husinesK. 1 have m:inj< i:i> ?Y i'Rirr.N To SUIT the TIM KS, ind if you will call es nie 1 will guarantee t! :it mv charges and work will give full SATiHEAt.TlON. I Hin now prepared...

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. — 11 January 1879

I HK OKAMiKIil KG TM KS. issii.i) i vi.KY SATUi:i>AY MORMNU MKLIilCHAMP & kltWAKIIS, l'ropriptphi. STILES It. MKI.liiCHAMI1 Editor. rlV l'inh ol' Su I >.-u ? vipt i< >ri? ' One C?m one Year.$1 00 " " .Vj.r Months. 7? :o: Rates ?f A(i\crtisitig. tO-nr Square \st Insertion.cl 00 l'at h Subsequent " . r>0 ?otieiv inserted in l,oeul Column at2?cper Ane. Ail Subsetiytions end Trnwrient Advertise ments b* r:uil for in A dt a wc. W? an; in no way responsible lot tho Ti?r*f, or opinions of our e'orreHpofta SATt7H.?\V. T.\~NUAKV li, 1S7?! IK n. Julian i 1.tit ridge, tbe bril liant young Georgia Senator, die 1 in Y> :?: 1; inglon ? n Wed in sdtn . Judge Mnckny presided last week over u "pig rare" in I'lie ler, and de Fcending from tlic dignity of the enninOi presented tlie prices to tlrj victors in rein irk* sparkling with bis accustomed witticisms. Cil T. J. J.ipscomh has been ap pointcii Sun t- of the Penitentiary in tbe place ol T. \V. Partnelo. t.'orbin it taking ibi...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 11 January 1879

! 'h i m m i .1,11.;. ggagasgH The Qyaiige'biii'jjg' Times* cm hi:if ?ikkctoky. Mbtromst?Rev. 0. A. Darby, Pas tor. Services every Sumlav morning 10:30, night 8:30. Sunday School 8:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday Evening .s:?0. Chil dren's meeting every (bird Sunday. Presbyteriax?Rev. J? D. A. Brown, Pastor. Services every Sunday morning 10:I?0 and afternoon 4:80. Sunday School 8:30. Prayer meeting every Thursday af- j ternoon Baptist?Rev. T. V.'. Mclliehamp, Pan- | tor. Services every thirl and fourth Sun day morning 1030, night 8:80. Sunday School' every Sunday morning Sun day School Missioncry Meeting every fourth Sunday. KpigQOPAL?Rev. 1.. G.fJuerry, Pastor. ServioeH third Hllliday in each month Morning 10:3*, afternoon 4 80. Ijt'TitEitah?Rev. J. F. Riser, Pastor. Services every Sunday. Morning 11.30, night 7,00. Sunday h'chool every Sunday morning 9:30. Y. M. C. A - Rooms en Russell Street. Open every evening in the week from 8:80 to 10:30. Prayer meeting ev ery Thursday evening a...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 11 January 1879

Ihe Fouco Law. "1'ioot <?! ?:?? ; Uttitllsp, is ehoivitig fhe b?g," is i? vtslguii 111 applicable tu the experience of Anderson county, upon tl c question ol fence or no fence around the crops That county bus bad one year's t :pe i-'i e, and thu giand jury at a r< c< nl term ol their couit inttde the following present ments upon this rj :ostions.: "Weare pleased to report thai the farmers are new gal boring their crop mid as a f/en ;rsil thing arc well plc.n ed with tl c chnn ? in the fence law in Ibis county. V We have been unable t ? lo mi of any serious iiopndutions ofcrops by stock, au.J i" i :.i .>(??,. 'e cii.se of a law suit arising from rise -;;:d law; "Tlie'slbck in tbc toanty have beeil lirpt fpttcr t' an before tho change, and butter litt? i <? ;i iu'??rc plentiful, "Wc think Ibis r.o j ??' cation ofvrhit the clia jje in ill ie'sh ?? '.i ?vili ode'si in the chuniyj mi thai mi ih r<o i county will .-*?><11 bee on ? on ? t o most prpsperini"; cot nti...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 18 January 1879

1" Ilk 1 it 1l?Ht3. J UST OP EN E D ON E 3 )OOK EAST <?F ?r. A. C. Duke'* Ding Kterr. BY dp. c. CA.isroisr V ho will keep constant! v on hand a FULL, and <<>d PJLKTK sto.-k of II ar<! v?ro, Cutlery, ii cuts, IMMoIm. Ami Si?orliEiB GoodN oi every description. Also nil kiiiua of Btopilir-Jllp: done ?n the shortest notice to tilins, I'iatols, Locks, Umbrellas, and SEWI NO NT A CHI N ES Dono i]) and Adjusted. UvB"- \ll %amU at,d work warranted '?? gire cnti"C satisfaction in quality wo:k xnnnship anil price. Thanking my friends for pa<i patronage I hope to merit a contiuiince of the saint in the future. I\ U. (ANN? >N. ?>ept 2S l ?7"i ly carrjTges jjU(;(;iks AN.' w a e;-o n s r VKUSUN A I ATTENTION lo my Itushie.' CA is Ii i a a: ss.t iiz\u. And will guarantee lhal my woik in do future shall he as'lOOD as ill the past furl* Years that 1 have been in the blisim --. I have ri;i>l<fj> my a ziicr.s To SUIT the TIM KS, ind if you will cab on nie 1 will ?iiara...

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. — 18 January 1879

JUST OPENED ONL DOOR EAST <>K ?r. A. C. I>itItc'K Urns More*, r.r i?. Gr. CA.jsroisr an lin will kern constantly on hand :i FULL and COM I'l.KTK stock of ,ll?tr<lw:tre. Culler}', ii hum, Anil Sii?rliitg Good** oi every description. Alho nil kinds of KCipuirlllC done on the shortest notice to tbiiis, l'i.-luls, Locks, Umbrellas, ami SEWING MACHINES Pe.no up and Adjusted. All goods and work warranted 1? jtire entire satisfaction in quality ?o:li xanuMiip and price. Thanking my friends for past patronage 1 hope to merit a continunoe of tin- sann ia the future. 1'. <i. CAN N< >N. '?>fipt 23 1*1* I y CA1UUAGES L??GIKS AND W A C? O N S ATTENTION to iuy IUisine?K of CAISi&IA&R XL .4 Si 2 X ii. And will guarantee that my woil; in tl.i future shall be a1: tiOOl) u> in the pa-l fori) rears that 1 have been in the blisim --. I have ri:i>u<f.i> MY a i:ici:*< To BUlTtbe TIM KS, m'd if yon will call on me 1 will guarantee tbat my charges ami ?work wi...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 18 January 1879

THE 0ILVNGK1JUUC .1 LUES. i8ku1cd rVKHY PATH I. DAY MOHN INC! MKLIdCUAMi' & KDWAKDS, Proprietors. STILUS K. MKIiljlCIIAMIi Editor. Terms of Subscription* One Copy one Year.%1 00 " " Six Months. 75 Rates of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.id 00 J-'.uch Subsequent " . 30 Notices inserted in Load Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions und Transient Adrcrlise ments to /><? paid for in Adruutc. J5?riV" Vic nru in no way responsible lor the views or opinions of onr Correspond ents. SA'ITKDAY, JAN??UY 18, 1 ;7!<. Col. ?iken and the Wgws and Courici. "We print on the first page a few extrncts from the valedictory re marks of Hon. L). Wyntt Aiken on the discontinuance of the Agricul tural columns in the Hewn ami C ? ier. We regret t<> learn from them that the discontinuance of these columns, as well as the failure of agricultural journals in this Stale i. owing to the lack of sup port, and the want of a disposition for agricultural reading on the part of our farme...

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. — 18 January 1879

Tlio Orangeburg Times? enu iec11 i>i isi: ctory! MbT)TODI8T?Rov. O. A. Darin-, Pas tor. Services every Sunday morning 10:30, night 8:30. Snnd?y School 8:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday Evening .S:30. Chil dren's meeting every third Sunday. Prksbytekian?Rev. J. D. A. Brown, Pastor. Services every Sunday morning 10:30 and afternoon 4:30. Sunday School 8:30. Prayer meeting every Thursday af ternoon 4:30. Baptist?Rev, T. W. Mclliehamp, Pas tor. Services every third and fourth Sun day morning 1030, night 8:30. Sunday School every Sunday morning 8:30. Sun day School Missioncry Meeting every fourth Sunday. Episcopal?Rev. t,. (!. CStierry, Pastor. Services thin! Sunday in each month Morning 10:30, afternoon -1 .'!'?. LvTllEttAN?Rev. J. v. Riser, Pastor.! Services every Sunday. Morning 11.30, night 7,30. Sunday School every Sunday morning 0:30. Y. M. C. A.?Room! en Russell Street. Open every evening in tin- week front 7:30 to 0:30. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30. Business meet...

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. — 18 January 1879

Out oi Dansor. Suggested by the cheering accounts noticed in tjhu Columbia %?/<:r oil tho recovery of Governm Hampton from tho effects of his recent accident. "Out of danger 1" (.Sod hath harken'd To a nation's earnest call; To lite prayers which have ascended Frotll the bunk oed hearts of all IIo hath turned aside the missile Aimed by Death, relentless foe, And our brave beloved Hampton Hath escaped the fatal blow. Ah! we've trembled, too well Knowing That ''Death loves a shiniug mark," And we've watched iu breathless si'enec Life's uncertain glimmering ?park. But the (lame, though oiice it tin kered, Brightens with a steadier glow, And our hearts that sank within us Now . ith gratitude o'crllow. For we feel thai God hath Bpared him To our Senate, to our land, And that Hein loving kindness Stayed the great Destroyer's hand. "Out of dang r f ' How the tidings Filled the nation's heart with joy, For the love iiis people hear him Time or death can no,or destroy. T.Ai.Ti.v.or.i., Mi...

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. — 24 January 1879

ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. }? GOD -A-IMD OUR COUNTRY. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE VOLUME V FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1879. NUMBER 50 JUST OPENED ONE DOOR EAST OP Dr. A. C. Ilukc'H Drug More, mr IP. Gr. CANON Who will keep constantly on hand a FULL nml COM PLETE sun k of ,11 u r<l ware, ullery, n unw, lMstolH, And .Sport inp, COOUB of every description. Also nil kinds of Repairing done on the .?hortest notice to (.?uns, l'istols, Locks, Umbrellas, and SEWIN Gr M A C J 11 NT ES Pone up and Adjusted. 8tSJr~Ali goods and work warranted to give entire satisfaction in quality work m&nship and price Thanking my friends f?r past patronage I hope to merit a cofithuincu of the same in the future. P. U. CANNON. nept?S 1S78 ly carriages WgGIES AM i & ;w A U O N s I am now giving it p K HS ON A I. ATTENTION to iuy busbies*.of A IS SC IA <? I > MIUIXJ, And will guarantee that my work in the future shall he as COOP as iti the past forty years that 1 have been in the business. 1 have I?]:i>U...

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. — 24 January 1879

THE OBAXGEBUBG TIMES. ISSUED J VKltY 1-lllOAY MOHNINO MKhlJCilAMP l.UWAKPS. Proprietors. SULKS It. MKLLICti AMI" IM it nr. , Torrn? of Subscription* One (.'mty one Year.Si t)0 " SYx Slouih*. 70 Hates of Advertising. Our. St/unre Ixt Insertion.?1 00 Juich Subsequent " . 50 Xoticct inserted in Loral Column at 20> per j Aline. ? I \r ' !F - ; j ? i??Ail Shlucriptwns'dntl 'J'.a>*ient Aueertue went* to be pa ill foe in Ailrmiee. ? ?' mif We uro in mi way responsible lor the views, or opinions, ol our Oorrcspond >nts. FRIDAY. J ANIAUY ~24. 1ST?. Hayes' Reform. Tlie President has nominated Sam Led, the notorious Radical, for Post Muster ol Stnuttr. Tho Beaulori Tax Titles. The ease of.l)oTrcyil,lo vs Small.--, which was an action to recover the .home of the plaintiff, a house and two lots in the town oi Beaufort, sold just 9 ft el' lite war under the United Stales tux sale, or in other words confiscated, lies been decided by. the Stipe me Cetilt of the United .'Mates adversely to ...

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. — 24 January 1879

The Oranjxebiivy: Times? ('IiritCIl MREGTOKY. MllTKODIBT?Rev. 0. A. Darby, Pas tor. Services every Sunday niuming 10:30, night 8::S0. Sunday School .S:W. Prayer meeting Wednesday Evening S.?0. Chil dren's meeting every third Sunday. Presbyterian?Rev. j. P. A. Brown, Pastor. Services every Sunday morning J0:30 and afternoon 4:30. Sunday School 8:00. Prayer meeting every Thursday af ternoon 4:80. Baptist?Bev. T. W. Mcllichamp, Pas tor. Services every third and fourth Sun day morning 10:80, night 8.30. Sunday School every Sunday morning 8:80. Sun day School Missioncry Meeting every fourth Sunday. ElMSCOPAl.?Rev. T/. (J.Xlucrry, Pastor. Services third Sunday in each month Morning 10:30, afternoon 430. LVTJTERAK?Kcv. J. F. Kber, Pastor. Services ovary Sunday. Morning 11.30, night 7,30. Sunday School every Sunday morning 9:30.. . Y. M. ('. A.? Booms on Russell Street. Open every evening in the week from 7:30 to 0:30. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30. Business meetings fourth ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 24 January 1879

bo equally its strictly law? Then all who have protection would pay tbe guard. We think it a serious ques tion whether Council has ixbyal right to Inx real estate only. If the taxes were levied upon real and personal properly the valuation would be nearly if not quite doubled, and tbe rnto of taxation could bo re duced and more money collected. Our tow n has generally been in a pre dicament with the Fire Department. "When machinery &c. were tolerably good, Iho complaint was no wator; now we have o very good supply of water, and the complaints are no machinery, no men. It appears to us that the appropriation for svater sup ply should be one thing, and appro priations for repairs of the machinery of the Department another. So that one Department item will not swallow un the Department appropriations. A sum of not less than six hundred dollars should be appropriated an nually, say as follows : Fur repairs and improvements on engines one hundred dollars each, truck fifty dol lars, w...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 31 January 1879

ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. }? GOD A.1ST.O OTTR, COUNTRY. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE VOLUME V FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1879. NUMBER J JUST OPENED ONE DOOR I EAST OF I>r. A. C. Dlilcc's DriiR More, BY 3?. gl canon Who will keep constantly on hand a FULL and COM PLETE slock of Hardware, u tic. j, nlCllK. Ami Sporting Goods ol every descriptions Also all kinds of Repairing done on the shortest notice lo Ouns, Pistols, Leeks, Umbrellas, and SEWING MAO I 11 XES Done up and Adjusted. 4ISTAU goods and work warranted to give entire satisfaction in quality work manship and price. Thanking my ?friends'for past patronage I kopc lo merit a continunee of tin* same m tkc future. 1'. ?- CANNON. ?ept2S 1878 ly "cXiuuAGES InJticJIES A X L)| 1 ara now giving mv p K It SON A L ATTENTION to niy Business of AltRIiUE MAKING, And will guarantee that my work iu the future shall he as GOOD as in the past forty years that 1 have beer, in the business. 1 have REDUCED MY I? I?IF.S To SUIT the TIM KS, and if you will ca...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 31 January 1879

THE OKANGKBUK? TIMES, j 1ssuhi) FVERY Fill DAY MOKMN'U | llBLblCllAjli' & KUWAKDS. Proprietors. STILUS K. MKhhUdlAM.' Ktlitor._ Terms of Subscription* One Copy one Year.$1 00 ?? " Six Months. 75 -:0: Rates of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.$1 00 Each Subsequent " . 00 Notices inserted in Local Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Advance. g?lY' We an; in no way responsible lor the views or opinions of our Corrcspond fnts. FKi??Y, January si, isto. Southern War Claims. The attack of Mr. Bragg'of NYis cousin, a Northern Democrat, up mi Southern Wnr tMaims, and Southern Democrats for countenancing them tens exceedingly ill-timed and seven , hut we are thoroughly convince*! that the whole matter is a wicked farce, and that the hook of claims ought to be closed forever. This war claim bill was a Re pub'i ean electioneering schema to gain recruits to the party from the South, and there ore few, if any, install' s in which its...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 31 January 1879

Tho Orange!)TiT'fr Times? CIIUHCIC ?IKECTORY. Mbtkodist?Rev. (). A. Darby, Pas tor. Services every Sunday morning 10:150, night 8:30. Sunday School 8::50. Prayer meeting Wednesday Evening <s:30. Chil dren's meeting every third Sunday. Presbyterian?Rev. J. D. A. Brown, Pastor. Services every Sunday morning 10:150 and afternoon 4:30. Sunday School 8:30. Prayer meeting every Thursday af ternoon 4:30. Baptist?Rev. T. W. Mellichnmn, Pas tor. Services every third and fourth Sun day morning' 10:30, night 8.30. Sunday School every Sunday morning 8:30. Sun day School Missionery Meeting every fourth Sunday. Episcopal?Rev. L. G. Ouerry, Pastor. Services third Sunday in each month Morning 10:30, afternoon 4 30. Lutheran?Rev. J. F. Riser, Pastor. Services every Sunday. Morning 11.30, night 7,30. Sunday School every Sunday morning 9:30 Y. M. C. A.? Rooms on Russell Street. Open every evening in the week from 7:30 to i):30. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30. Business meetings fourth...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 31 January 1879

I've Been Thinking. I've been thinking, I've been thinking, AVha* a glorious world were this. Did folks mind their business more And mind their neighbors less, For instance, you and 1 my friend Are sadly prone to talk Uf matters that concern us not And other's follies mock. I've been thinking if we begin To mend our own affairs. That posdbly our neighbors might Contrive to manage theirs; We've faults jbnongh :i! home t > mend, It may be so of others, It wotdd seem strange it it were not, bince all mankind are brothers. Oh! would that we leid charity For ev'ry man and woman, Forgiveness is the mark of lho.se Who know to err i- human; Then let us banish jealousy, bet's lift our fallen brother, And as we journey down lifo' - road, Pogood to one another. The way 'twas dun; .?The fol lowing dialogue between a lawyer and a plash wiiiicsa i.> a good bint at the fashion of using big crooked words. "Did ihe defendant knock ihu plaintiff dowti with ma'icc prep ."'use?" "No sir; he knock...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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