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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 6 March 1872

PA UM AND FIRESIDE. r Farmers? Feeling that tho pro*p/?i^Jfou&oul^yl depends upon that of tho farming com munitjr^fO|>r^p^t^ffoyt<Ob? ??e, and more space in our paper, to the in terests of our agricultural friends, than is usual in the county goners* . , We invite ttiltiMfsiMlXftt?fy* ng out our plans, which are to make the agricuityral^ljiraj^pgt^o ,f USt^B, JaJfr?-I dium through which they can ask for aud receive information from each other. We earnestly ask tho assist mice' of the mcinhersvofthe ?opnt3^iygr]c^U0ra^^ So ciety (the ohfy body in^our midst organ ized in the interes^fVoi* trie* Ta'rnier); con-' fid on t that we can be qf service to them," if they will allow us. By this wo mean, that we hold> our selves ready, in thjs, depaximcnt of the. paper, to represent tfie w^mwortrie farm ers of our county as they are presented to us, and to do alT in our power to pro mote their welfare. _ ty* To carry out the abevw; we need the farmer's help.,. [Scpd. ?s:o>igtnal...

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. — 13 March 1872

02 i*j:r annum, r 'Ox tve move iNDisfOLuiu.Y Fiibi; God and nature mid tiik hamk.'' -{ in advance Vol. 1 ORA^GEBtRG, SOUTH CA^OI^INA, WED^ESB)AY, MARCH 13, 1872. No. 5 THE '?BAKGEBUR? TIMES Is published every WEDNESDAY, AT ORANGEBURU, C. IE., SOUTH CAROLINA BY HEY WARD & BEARD. SUBfCTUnTION KATES: $2 n year, in advance?$1 for six cqonths. JOB PRINTING in all its departments, neatly executed. Give us a call. POETRY. [For the Orangeburg Times.'] A WELCOME TO SPRING. The spring, the spring is coming, Her brrath is on the air; And swift her heralds running, Pror-laim that she is near. The South-breeze as lie passes, Whispers?"ihe comes! shccpmesl'1 The tall pines' swaying masses, Answer?"joy, joy, she comes 1" The amorous mock-bird wooing, !*dngs to her all the day; With pas-donate rapture suing, lie calls her with his lay. ?Th? trea* don all their beauty, ()n leaf and spray and bough, With emerald and with ruby To deck her sunny brow. All water* softly murmur, Ami to their dopths a...

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. — 13 March 1872

02 *?x:r annum, j, "On we movk iNDissoi.uMiiY Piibi; God and xatl'rk bid tiik hamk.'' ?{ IN ADVANCE Vol.- 1 ORANCtEBlIRG, SOSJTM CAl^OI^I?A, WEDXBSS>AY, MARCH 13, 1872. !N"o. 5 THE ?RAIN GEBT)JIG TIMES Is published every WEDNESDAY, ORANGEBURG, C. IL, SOUTH CAROLINA by HEY WARD & BEARD. suBfomivnoN rates: . $'J a year, in advance.?$1 for six ninths. JOB PRINTING in all iu departments, neatly executed. Give us a call. POETRY. [For the Orangeburg Times.] A WELCOME TO SPRING. Tin? spring, tlie spring is coming, Her breath is on the air; And swift her herald? running, Proclaim that she is near. The South-breeze as he passes, j Whispers?"ihc comes! ehe cqmes !*' j The tall pinet' swaying masses, Answer?"joy, joy, she comes 1" The amorous mock-bird wooing, Sings to her all the day; With pas-donate rapture suing, II? calls her with his lay. Tilt tretM don all their beauty, On leaf and spray and bough, With emerald and with ruby To dock her sunny brow. All water* softly murmur, And ti...

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. — 13 March 1872

The ^S^^^^ti^P Orangob?rg, S. Wt f?arch 13, 1872. J. S: HEYWAKD, .Editor. -LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY All articles intended for publication in the Ttttfcs, must be accompanied with \\\o i enl immc'bTDie author; not ricccssa Vily for publication but us a guarantee of good faith. 'The'"News" in its issue of "Saturday Hie 2d) made a ratlicr unwarranted attack upon our "War Grumble." It was in fact quite a sensation article that it got up on the subject. What wo said : v,If there is any chance (of War), ho\y Cvcrywedo fio'not sec why theSouth should gricVc In fact we ought rather to be indifferent spectators in any contest that would interrupt the System of- brutal legislation that the United States Con gress has been peacefully brooding over since the war, together with its cowardly tyranny. If England be the contestant We need not be over anxious that her success in crippling Uncle Hani should be speedy, provided she does'eventually suc VO??V" What the "News" says : '"Let all m...

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. — 13 March 1872

Orancowtrrg, s. fiarch 13, 187?. 0. S: HEYSvAKD, Editor. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY ???I ?n mi ni law?^m^mmamm^m^mm^* All articles intended for publication in the TiMfcs, must be accompanied with the re>\l name of the author; not hecc^u vily for publication but -as* guarantee of g<?od faith. "The'"News" in its issue of-Saturday the ?dj made, a rather unwarranted attack upon our "War Grumble." It was In fact quite a sensation article that it got up on the subject. What we said : *'If there, is any chance (of war), how ever,we do fio'not see why the South should grieve. In fact we. ought rather to be indifferent spectators in any contest that woidd interrupt the System of brutal legislation that the United States Con gfess has been peacefully brooding over since the war, together with its cowardly tyranny. If England be the contestant We need not be over anxious that her success in crippling Uncle Sum should be speedy, provided she does'eventually suc V<WdJ" What the "...

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. — 13 March 1872

[C?MMUNIC?TED.] Editors'Orangcbuirg Times: Ah a subscriber to, and reader of your young jouruul, I feel.in a measure identi-' lied with its welfare and prosperity, and ?airi interest Jn watching its growtth and firogress. Its,honest priueij)les and poli ties seem to have excited some degree of surprise in the . community, and it is in teresting to observe;the unusual buzzing 'of the Radical gad flies which arc stirred 'up and veliomouson the advent to life of Vonr promising paper. Apropos of this. The amount of ??paee in the "Charleston Republican," of the Gth inst?, devoted to ridicule nuil abuse of "The Times" und its politics must forcibly impress any one who may by any misfortune have .that fldleetnblu Bhect thrust upon him for pe tiusnl. The "Republican," appears to be par ticularly indignant that in this To\vn and County the.re should be a live "Demo cratic paper," and that the intelligent people of the Comity now have an oppor tunity of reading a journal published in their mi...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 13 March 1872

W. M. SAIN & CO., ? DEALEES I-UST GBOOEEIES, IPresTi SupjVlies [Received Daily. ANOTHER LOT OF SPANISH OLIVES, JUST RECEIVED C A N N E P MEATS, Canned F r ti its, FINE CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO, YACHT CLUB AND JOCKEY CLUR CIGARS. A1.SO DEALERS IN HORSES A BT D MUX, ES. BSaf j\ fine lot on hand, for sale cheap. OUR LIVERY STABLE?an fait ascompli, W. M. SAIN & CO., CORNER MAIN AND MARKET STREETS, feb H_< >KAX(3EKUBG, S. <1 WILHELM THEODOR M?LLER HAS REPIiEKlSilED IIIS STOC K OF FATA ULKS, &t\ FIVE KINDS OP I1USII SEIM) POTATOES, ANOTHER LOT THOSE FINE TONGUES. DUTCH HERRINGS, LIMBURGER KASE, BAynaiORE palon ys, SHADiNES, IT N E R A LTimor E CA n DlES. LEAF LARD, A.No. 1?in 3 pound, ? pound, und 10 pound cans. LA ROB LQT OK * SHOES, DRY SALT AND SMOKED SUDES, Western and Augusta Flour, Anotlioi' Lot; of* IX) cent Hums, QRIST ANP MEAL. Ad pickage? fjclitored fro? of charge. W. T. MULIiEJl. feb 14 BULL, SCOV1L L & V IKE Are almost daily receiving additions to t...

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. — 20 March 1872

klip qliJ UirMvH co??IiM%f:' 42 F?R ANKUM,1 ' fi - , ? ' ? T^d-'i -..#1.77:** Ii/.'' "Otf WE MOVE INIJifcSOLUBI.Y FIK^ Goi> ASl> NATURE BID T1IK BAME. ?{ IN ADV^A^C^ . it) t?:t ? "Vol, 1 SOUTH ?AROLIBTA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH SO, 1872, i 'i i i. iic'ji 3x THE ORANGEBUltG TIMES I?, publbhedoVery W E D N E B DAY. At 5RANOEBURG, C. IL, SOUTH CASGLIKA .BY ?.ffif_ _j HEVWARD & BEARD. SVBBCBtPTXOK nATES: ' $2 a Tear, in advance?$ I for six month*, JOB* PUINTINO in. ?11 ita, departments, neatly txeoated. Xiireti? a call. _____ :.: ' -nr "FATHErt, TAh*_ HAND." _ ,?,.,,.<" Ii . The way is dark, my Father I .Cloud on cloud In gathering thickly o*er' my head, and loud The thunder* roar ibovw me. Mec, I itand Like one bewildered! Father, lake my hand, And through the gloom bead Koftlv home >ii thy child! ' The day goes fa#t, my Tather i and tlie night 1* drawing darkly dowm Sty faithless sight Sec* gkeatiy vision*. ' Tear*, a sjtetVral band, HneompaM mo. I), Father ! take my1 hand, A...

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. — 20 March 1872

tri: or a: IG ij U ft ^ ^M^^l URGESI^CiSpbLATION in the county "Alt article* intended for puWieation >r? the Tim Ks, must be accompanied with the real minr?ofthe author; no* irecessa rlly for. publication* but as a gimrantee of good faith. .^ a^q^Tt.' tito'ri* to !'.-. ,*uni STOP" THIEF! WIJLLTllV Xi:WS ATI) US* !. RunmrM-havc Weir for the hist four days rife ou the street to' the effect that certain patties (whose names we haye hoard) have perpetrated a forgery on tho Cotinty Treasury, whereby one thousand dollars df a Special fund have been ille gitimately appropriated. It is fur ther stated that five hundred dollars of the fund'1 thus fraudulently drawn has been restored and that the parties* have promised to refund the balance during the current'week. Will Treasurer Greene furnish the public, either through our columns or those of our neighbor, the "Jfts\vs>/' with the facts of the case, upon which, these rumors are based ? Or state whether'they are true or uot? Other wise...

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. — 20 March 1872

TflW ORA^GpjtfRG^iMIS?^. Oraniaburg.A'G,; Much ZD, 1872. J. S. HFdrWAni>. EMotf L\r^?ST^CmClJLATION IN THE COUNTY i_? .,m ??.?.?..i ii?.iin i. i I - All articles intended tor puMicnti?h ut tlie. Timks,' must be accompanied with the real nam.i of t he uutfior; not necessa rily for publication' but as n giuiraulcc of good faith. A REQUEST. STOP Til IF. I". WILL TIIL All) VST RVinVor.4 have been for ihr? hist, four days rife on the street to the effect that certain parties (whose names we have beard) have perpetrated a forgery on the County Treasuiy, wlicrehy one. thousand dollars of a special fund have been ille gitimately appropriated. It is fur ther stated that live hundred dollars of the fund thus fraudulently drawn has bren restored and that the parties have promised to refund the balance dnring the current week; Will Treasurer Greene furnish the public, either through our columns or those of our neighbor, tbe. "Jf6\vs7' with the facts of the cose upon ?which these ruroors are ...

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. — 20 March 1872

FARM ?l?I> FIRESr?l^. '? A very cosy method of removing spots i of candle grease, etc., from a carpet, is to lay over them coarse brown paper, and on it set a warm iron ; take off in a fewmm utes^ and the grease will be found on the phpdr. If One application does noteutue / jy remove, try again, i ], ^'0;CrjnE Sonfc Throat.?Take the I whites pf,two eggs and beat them with t wo spuohfuls of white sugar; grate in a \ JHtl(; nutmeg, and then add a pint of lukewarm water. Stir well and drink often. Repeat the prescription if neces sary, and it will cure the most obstinate cases of hoarseness in a short time. To Mend CiIina.?Take a very thin solution of gum-arabic, and stir into it plaster of Paris until the mixture is of a proper consistency. Apply it with a brush to the fractured edge of the China, and stick them together. In a few days it will be impossible to break the article in the same place. The whiteness of the cement renders it doubly valuable._ A farmer writes : "Last year ...

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. — 20 March 1872

MM if in i |> n< ? ..ji. .iib.i .'MP*"Um' T?B CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK OP SOUTH CASR?TL.I2XJ?, OBANGEBURG BRANCH. : :fl liVs titivA tiAi 4? bus biwri1 Will pay 7 PER CFNT; INT.ERE8T on SPECIAL DEPOSITS and ?PER CEN'T. on SAV INGS DEPOSITS, Compimndcdbcrmo.muiriUy. ihi \ $ $ ?..?? Ip.S. ? Local Finance Committee. Hon/TH?S, XV. GLOVER. Col. PAUL S. F?LDER. Capt. JOHN A. HAMILTON. JAS. H, FOWLES, mcb 19-ly Assistant Cashier. BILL, 8COTILL & PIKE Are almost daily receiving additions to their large Stock of GENERAL M E R C HA '1ST 33 J i'Z E BROWN COTTONS AND DOMESTICS, Now in store, purchased before the advance. Just received a full Stock of BOOTS AND S H O E S . ALSO, HARDWARE, NAILS, &c, together with AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, for farming purposes. GROCERIES in full Stock, consisting in part of BACON AND DRY SALT MEAT. FLOUR of the well-known brands. SUGAR AND COFFEE which defy competition in price and quality Agents tor ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE, Coe'n Phosphate, Wando Fertilizer...

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. — 27 March 1872

?!*?? us? ofUaiK?I ..rtawilt) .^ffr*?/ BM==?y - " n..r?,,'-v , .u a ,r,.; l%2ftl^ ?SStO?n^ -W*-1*^! dll ,fitodh^-din Uuttaa m>t li> dq^^r4jfco|-5 indibsolubly firm; God ?and ^?TiTKirJBltD' ?iifeijaXii*.M toX adMor?mrl-- >T .tnoaiot X flUy^:* -, ? J-,,,Y .?-.:? :_~-~~?_( ?ob hOi gogti fam ily gfcisfc gnlfwo aoo* ? Jill ?muJiA ?/ifWjun inn :i*ni:tiB n'\ I ADVANCE ??' OBA9TGEBUR^ SOUTI* ^AROTLIIVA^ WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1872, 3*?^ THE OBANGEB?RG TIMES , I? published ?tWrf ^""U Hr .bastrtoTbn OTfl'-^fjf vaaf^ntplli? nj ]&Wf?Bf?l&, ?; H., SOUTH CAROLINA ni too wcqoTq a lt>ct CfaJ^riolioA .-ir >t? osio * ?*-irS}^taoie* ttkHM ?V? ?0? '''ne^liUAi- ?QirtfiWWfl?05'** 11 j iL "What is this that He Saith; A Little Wniie^-Johniei 18. ' 1 Oh I for the peace which floweth on a river ! Making life's desert-place* bloom find omilc. Oh ! for a'fttuTto gra-p llcaveu'o bright "tbr ? tJ ? ipverV* a'%vf v1*^ ol H * ft\n oj t:at t . Ar*M thtV shtddw* of earth's little while. ft h$jwy...

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. — 27 March 1872

THE OR AN GJEff y 1^ Oraaffeburg, 8/ 0., ISarch 27,1812, J. & H W W^Bp, EdiwiV f All articles iuteaded for publication in the Trara, must bo accompanied with the iv-ai naiuo of the author; not necessa rily for publication but art a guarantee of good faith. RADICALISM. It baa been, for Several- yean past, the Radical cry throughout tho South, that Democracy is dead, that the issues which gave it vitality were crushed out by the war. Though we by no means assent to 'any such statement, it is not our purpose ; to discuss the truth or falsity of the prop osition: but it is a question which we would propound to our readers; viz: are not the -I''proceedings of'the dominant party south ? equally opposed to-principle of any sort ?"f Wether "democratioor republican ? We 'think'there can be no doubt to any look er on, that in all the Southern States He - publicanism is a dead cook in the pit, and that under tho name of Republicans, and under cover of Republican bayonets and a Republieauiz...

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. — 27 March 1872

The License Law.?A meeting of the Exchange, Stock and Real Estate Br?k-1 en, in Charleston, was held last week, and the following resolution -unanimously ad opted: Resolved, That a committee of three ' bo appointed by the chairman, who shall { consult witn other parties, whose interests uro affected by tho Stato Liconso Law, r upon the expediency of resistance to said law, and report at an adjourned meeting to bo hold on Monday next, the 25th in stant, atone P?'^ . We learn, by telegraph, rsays the (Col umbia) Cap.oliniam, that the case of tho State vs. W. D. Aiken for the killing of j. W. Clark, terminated last evening in the full acquittal of the defendant. While the friends of Mr. Aiken deeply regret the occurrencetbat Cost Mr. Clark hin life, they will be gratified to learn that the plea of self-defense has been sustained in court. The trial lasted five days, and excited great interest in tho community. The Supreme Court has decided that payments by railroads to the State, dur i...

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. — 27 March 1872

THE ??- :. . . ' of south: ?A:&?:lina:, ' ' Will pay 7 PER CTNT. INTJ^REST on SPECIE DEPOSITS and 0PEE CENT, on 84 INGS DEPOSITS, Cbm*^otmde4P?ial:^4c^7- ^ fa ?VMViimTTA Local Eineince O^t?M^?1. !?0? u ,ii -dj-t-u it,Jiu huoierauu ll>jifi.^H<!)S. W. GLOVErA.l*^?<e???"K) *i J dud* lu IIa ,Kt-.m^?'i/!C^LPAl^SttE?IiiDER. .an n :.A; ?Vb?li*>ie si ol ,oa fc.^itq OApt?iflfOHN A. HAMILTON. . ? y. : , . ?"'?.I,t?:'l'-.T,V-,W?a JA, a^irrotJA-1 nrl UM? BUt_Oi iMdiduij KifUrl^j I'j^'V'. GEdSTE'EA R-?-L"Ik'-#'Ci?CKy rJi'^ -&"JT*T K .Y3Jt#AlI .?j^ ^most daiIrr??vIh r^additiona to .their, large Stock 6#_^_ , C II -A. 2s I") I TK30 WMHKSt P?l^^S;lA^,1l*^BSTleS*'? . ~.?z^iiD .OJttfasoKXji? X) M .MUtlatll'J Just received & full Stock of B O O l S,.; A N^J?g?fc^iB- S . ILARDjVARE, NMLS, together with ^ jP? ? AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, for forming purposes. ?to ea?lO I da ?! ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE," h?**<2 ?r?^ McraijUa ,*ai?fc?tO li^iaWUT 9^'8PhMPhat^Ajtta<i -Twjw* rtu o? UUri...

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. — 3 April 1872

?2 i?j2r annum; Voi 1. _. "On we move indissolubly firm; God and nature bid the same?' TT VV'^^'imi-T_& ORANGDBVRG, SOUTH CAROLINA? WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1872. THE ORANGEBURG TIMES i Ib published every WEDNESDAY, at >R ANGF.BURG, C. II., SOUTH CAROLINA KBYWARD & BEARD. subscbiption jiatkb: $>j a year, in adrance?$1 for six months. JOB PRINTING in all its department*, neatly executed. Give ub a call. ? . MARRIAGE AFTER BURIAL A True Story. ' \ i1y fkancih h. smith. CHAPTER I. A ntoino Latourettc was a merchant in the gay city of Paris. He was a man of more than ordinary ability, and had raised himself from a gamin of Paria to an opulent and respected position in the mercantile world. Antoino had a bosom friend named Francois Daman?also a merchant and also rich. Liitourettc had a beautiful daughter, whom he called Pauline, and Damaahad ti son, a noble-hearted and splendid-look i.ig Vo itli. whom he had n lined An.oiue, after his lift-long friend. The two young people had l...

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. — 3 April 1872

Orangebnrg, & ft ', April 3, 1872. LAFCFET CIRtl'I.ATlON IN ^1K COUNTY. .1 HEY WARD, Editor. All article* intended for publication in ?ho Tim?3, must bo accompanied with the r<*ai name of the author; not necessa rily' for publication but as a v*uarantee of " i . wv??i i-xi ~b> ?('!-. a i License Law. Y/e clip the following from tho Char leston Kews of the 1st inst., apd recom mend it to the consideration of our rcad ? ere: "Protest Aoaixst the License Law. "Wo are requested to priut the following form of a protest, which .has been sug gested by eminent legal counsel, against the iniquitous license law: Charleston,-day of-. 1872. I hereby give notice to the County Treasurer that tho license fee required of mo under the act to provide for a general license law is paid under protest on the ground of illegality, and under duress or threat and fcAr of cximiual prosecution and pain of imprisonment; and that an action will bo brought against the county treasurer to recover it bac...

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. — 3 April 1872

PO KT Ii Y._J SONG! OP THE TAXED. I^oelk-a,"^; baby-*frour rather** a slave to tkc "^BranUefsjoPtod'the Radical knave, ? Ana eys?ltfce cr?olc you aleep in, poor dear I ? $/ay bqao]^ to pay taxes in lew than % year. , He wcrkaon harder each day than before, But each night brings him homo to a lessening '?u>rt?; For, of all that he earns, there's but little it havta After feeding pet negroea and Radical thieved. He's taxed on the hat he wears on hui head ; The boots on hia feet, and the sheets cn bin bed - \. very rag that he wears, every morsel he eats ; Hia tea and hia coffee, hia bread and hi* meat*; The pot they are cooked in, the cup that he * 111*/' W I-; cry implement need on the land that he till.-, Emy tool that he Works on; the l?oip that he bunts ; u ' The thing that he works on; the wages he earns, On thcatoTC in his kitchen, the coal, too?otill higher; . ?, Ah ! even the'match that seta light to hi* fire ; On hia pipe of tobacco, for whiskey and beer ; On the medicine ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 3 April 1872

The Citizens1 Savings Bank OF HOITTH OABOX^ItST A, ORAN&KBUR? BRANCH. Will pay 7 PEE CFNT. INTFRE3T on. SPECIAL .DEPOSITS and G PER CENT, on S.tV 9)1 D2?dUTi, Compound id S;:ni-a:imiaUy. ? it? i ' If 1} M \'A ' ill J J I I t\- ' * { ) I f ' ? Jliocal Finance Committoe. 1W THOS. W. GLOVER. Col. PAUL 8. FELDER. Copt. JOHN A. HAMILTON. JAS. H, FOWLES, mch 19-ly Assistant Cashier. BULL, SCO VILL & PIKE Are almost daily receiving additions to their large Stock of GENERAL MEECHAND I Y. E BROWN COTTONS AND DOMESTICS, Now in store, purchased before the advance. Just received a full Stock of BOOTS AND SHOES. ALSO, I ARD WARE, NAILS, Ac., together with AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, for farming purposes. GROCERIES in f?ll Stock, consisting in part of BACON AND DRY SALT MEAT. FLOUR of the well-known brands. SUGAR AND COFFEE which defy competition in price and quality _A-creiit? for ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE, Cue's Phosphate, Wandn Fertiliser, Pacific Guano. Manipulated Guano, Guanape Guano, as well...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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