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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 18 March 1876

LUB SALOON, irn KEPT BY P. W. BULL & CO. Having bought out tins Establish in out, wc will keep constantly on hand si f?ll line of ij?Tines, Liquors, Cigarsraaicl Tobacco. JJJo lhe\ehr of the Saloon, are two excellent Milliard Tallies? $?$:"^The I)' vil Am uns* tho Tailors/? which combined affords splcudul pastime. Ol'uc-r will he k< [itat tliis place, and the mostFastidious can visit it without tiny danger of heilig insulted. IP. ~V\r. 13 ULY, & CO., mar 4?ly Proprietors Club Saloon. PRESIDENT GRANT "Was rejoiced when he hcard'tlmt Babcock, his Private Secretary, had been acquitted of Complicity in the Whiskey Frauds, and immediately Sent an Order to our Store For u car load of Dry Cooks, Boots, Shoe?, Hats, Groceries, Canned Meats, Oysters, Lobstors and Salmon; also For Samples of Wines, Whiskies, And twenty thousand of the Cigars with which we have been furnishing him lately. His object in making tliis Largo Order proceeded from a desire on his part To Treat tlie Jury A...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 25 March 1876

? TWO DOLLABR WAX ANNUM. }? GOD ^ISTD OTZTR COUNT'TiY. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. _ _ . '_ VOLUME iO. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, IS76. NUMBER 6? E FRANK COE'S AMMONIATED 2j. UOKE SUlMilUMlDSPHATB. Having been appointed Solo Agent for this State fur the Kile of tbc above obi and Veil known FKUTILIZKK, we shall ul Vraya keen a full supply on band. Orders entrusted to our care ?hall meet with prompt attention. Tbc merits of this Fertilizer are too well known and appreciated to require a more extended notice. Wo will only state that each consignment is subject to tbc severest Analysis, and that the original standard is fully maintained. Dr II. PI NC K NEY is ?our travelling Agent, and any communica tions to us through him .shall have every vare and dispatch. PlNCKNEY BROTHERS, ?3 Commercial Wharf, Charleston, S. C. fob 12 . 3 m CHARLES S. BULL ATTOKX13Y AT I.A W U. S. COMMISSIONER ASH NOTEKY PtTIU.IC. Orarigelnirg, .S. C. oct 2.1 If A CARD. Dr. J- q. WAXNAMAKER is in pas session of the Receipt...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 25 March 1876

IS*UK1> BVKltY SATUitPAY MOUNlKCi HY TIIK OKAN<ii:itt'H(l NKWS COMPANY. Cr;'?" Wo arc in no way responsible for Ibe views or opinions of our Correspond ents. Columbia. There is a sort of triangular ligbt j:oing on in Columbia for the control of that too much governed city. Dr. Kxisor (a man who dropped down here directly alfer the war and said bo didn't want oftico, but disapproved of (he practice observed by ninny South ern men of declining u nice of! ice when it came in their why,)?yes, Dr. Eiisor want.- to be Mayor and control C; lumbia. Mr. John Agnew wants to do the same thing; but the people seem to want Capt. Stanley for the job. And they are right. Capt. Stanley is worth a hundred Fnsors. Let'the Inder .-lay where be is and doch i Ihmii The appropriation 1 j >. \ > i - I aiulsoim ly tor him and his institution. Neither Fnsor nor Agnew as Mayor of Columbia would help the financial reputation of that city, while the election of Stanley would unquestionably revive i...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 25 March 1876

Petras Council No. II, lt.*. & S.\ M-\ Will'ihcot each Thhrsdny at (> o'clock 1'. M. /from let Oct'obel1 tu 1st April sind nt S .o'clock- from 1.1 April lo 1st October, on ilia following dates, June '24, July 22, Aiig. 1?, Scut. 19: Oct. 21, Nov. IS, and I've. 10. J. F. 1ZLAK, T. 1. (}. YV. Bncxsov, 1'eeorder. Eureka Chanter N?. 13, It--. A.*, jl.-.? "Will meet during the present Masonic year at the usual hours, Hie followin dales : March 10th, April 7th, May 5th, June Stud, August -1th, September ist, October 27th, N?rember2'lth, Leecmbcr 2'.Hh. J. F. IZLAU. M. K. II. I*. j. M. Ilni NsuM, See. ShiUlioMIt Lodge No. 28, A.\ IV. SI/.? 'Will meet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock, from 1st Oct. to 1st April and at 8 o'clock treu 1st April lo 1st October on the follow ing dates, April -1, May 2. .lime <i, -July 1, Aug. S, Sept. 0, <>.??.. '?>. Nev. 7. Doe. o. JAS. F. I. LA 11. W. M. Gko. W. BhuNsex, See. may 19 1S75 7 in. ' .8. O. ?. P." tidlslo Loil^o No- lb'!? .Meets at Odd...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 25 March 1876

ENTERPRISE 1l?b S?LuCTN, KEPT BY P. W. BULL & CO. Having bought out this Establishment, wo will keep constantly on hand a full lino of "Wines, IjicjiT?rs9 Cigars ancT Tobrioco. To the rear of Ibc Saloon, arc two excellent Billiard TableSj and "The I>? vil Among; the ThilorS," which combined alibids splendid pastime, OrclRl' will be k< pt at this place, and the most Fastidious can visit it without any danger of being insulted. x\ Wi. 13u r & co., mny 4_ly Proprietors Club .Saloon. ?^mnunurtpiiir ? -.?BB frnmrTKXJjju.il w?i inimrimimiiiiiwi^^?w "Was rejoiced when be honrd'lhat 1 bibcock, his Private Secretary, had been acquitted of Complicity in the Whiskey Frauds, and immediately Sent an Order to our Store For a car load of Dry Gooks, Boots, Shoes, Hai?, Groceries, Canned Moats, Oysters, Lobsters and Salmon; also For Samples of Wines, Whiskies, And twenty thousand of the Cigars with which wo have been furnishing him lately. His object in making this Large Order proceede...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 1 April 1876

^^^^^^ " l ^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^ TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, y GOD .A.jsti) OTXR COTJjSTT:RY. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. VOLUME 10. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 18T6. NUMBERT~ EFRANK COE'fl AMMONIATED . BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE, Having been appointed Sole Agent for this State for the sale of the above old and well known FERTILIZER, we shall al ways keep a full supply on hand. Orders entrusted to our care shall meet with prompt attention. The merits of this Fertilizer arc too well knewn and appreciated to require a more fextended notice. We will only state that each consignment is subject to the severest Analysis, and that the original standard is fully maintained. Dr II. PINCKNEY is bur travelling Agent, and any communica tions to us through him shall have every care and dispatch. PINCKNEY BROTHERS, 3 Commercial Wharf, Charleston, S. C. feb 12 3m gharlss s. bull ATTORNEY AT LAW U. S. COM MISSION ER ANI> NOTEItY l'UBLIC. Crangeburg, S. C. oct 23 tf A CARD. Dr. J. O. WANNAMAKEIl is in pos Bennien of the R...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 1 April 1876

two dollars per annum. <? G-OD ^VjSTD OUR COUNTRY. VOLUME 10. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, L8T6. ALWAYS IN ADV ANTJE. NUMBER 7 EFRANK COE'S AMMONIATED . BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE. Having been appointed Sole Agent for Ihia State for the buIc of the above old and well known FERTILIZER, we shall al ways keep a full supply on hand. Orders entrusted to our care shall meet with prompt attention. The merits of this Fertilizer aro too well known and appreciated to require a more extended notice. Wo will only state that each consignment is subject to the severest analysis, and that the original standard is fully maintained. Dr IL PINCKNEY is Our travelling Agent, and any communica tions to us through him shall have every earc and dispatch. PINCKNEY BROTHERS, 3 Commercial Wharf, Charleston, S. C. feb 12 3m CHARLES S. BtJXIa ATTOItm 13Y AT LAW U. S. COMMISSIONER and NOTKHY PUBLIC; Orangeburg, S. C. oct 23 tf A CARD. Dr. J. O. WANNAMAKER is in pos session of the Receipts and Prescription Books of th...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 1 April 1876

ISSUKD KV Kit Y SATljltDA Y MOItXIKCi l'.V Till: OltANOKlI?liO Si:\VS COMl'ANV. "~ til.O. l!l7l7iTbh\ lUlsilH'SS S?HIilKIM*. B?^* We lire in no way responsible lor tlie views or opinions ofoiir Correspond ent^ The Convention To-Day. Experience should Icneii I lie Ke puliliciius io be careful in selecting men to represent them. Jt lias been too much the custom wilh Co ven lions in tlic past to ho pulled about mid controlled in tlie interests of men eminently selfish and conspicuously noted for tlicir love 61'j?eli"and noth ing else. '1 he delegates who will make up the Convention. to-day will be IVch from thepeople, and we hope for the welfarei of the hard working yocmanry who make up the llepubli enn parly, and who have to bear tho brunt at the polls; that an iniluchtiiil and rc])rcscntative,d(.dcghtion will be ihcEcn to go to Columbia. Many of oiir slhunchtst and strdngesi men re siding hi ll.o country have been ignored hi tlie past, and wc trusl that nub us these will be allowed a...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 1 April 1876

I88UKU kvkky saturday MOKNlNO by'tjik 6iiAN(ii:ituiui nkw.s i.'omiwnv. ' ?K?! isishl\ 1 H, business Mi^guiv SQy* V'c '?<>?! in im way re'sponsihlc lor the views or ophiUuis of our (.\iri\vpond onls. The Convention Tc-Day. Kxpcricnec should tench the Re public:1, ns lo be careful in selecting men to represent them. It bus been too much the custom with Co veh tions in tbe past to be pulled about mid controlled in the interests of men eminently selfish and conspicuously noted for their love of self and noth ing else. 'J he delegates who will make up the Cohviiilibr. t?-"diiy will be fro? 11 frmn thopcople, and we hope lor the well a re of the hard, working yociuanry who make up the ltcp.ubii enn party, and who have to bear tho brunt hi the polls, that an influential and rcprcscntalivo delegation will be ehcecu to go to Columbia. Many of cor Mnunclust and strongest men re tieling in the country have been ignored in the past; hnd wo trust thai Eiieh ivs these will be allowed a chan...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 1 April 1876

LOCAL, Mr. W. N. Mount has been hp pointed a Trial Justice for this cbunty. Tho wiftrt has bben blowifag like the Uevil for the past week. -? ? ? ^UaWtmmmwmm? Bnloon ascension this morning at at 12*, A. M. in front of the Engine House by Prof. Pon du Lae. Mr. Wallace Cannon has a fine lot of groceries, cigars, liquors, etc., on hand, The present oidinauco will raise about three or four thousand dollars for towu purposes. Query?"Where, oh ! where ! can all that music be'*" Answer?Iu the Convention. Tbe shnddcrs have not done a very good business for the last week Weather too cold, BREECII-L OA DER? A fine breech-loading gun will be railed oh" at Briggmann & Reuueker's to'iiny at 12 o'clock. A large wildcat was brought into Town yesterday morning by \V. II. Joiner. This is the third one caught by that gentleman lately. AT COST? Mr. J. W. Moselcy is offering his large stock at cost. Now is the time for customers to look to their interests. A curious fish, caught by Mr. J. P. Hurley...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 1 April 1876

ENTERPRISE CLUB SALOON KEPT BY P. W. BULL & CO. Having bought out this Establishment, we will keep constantly on hand a full lino of "\Vines, I/icruors, Cigctrs o-rid Tobacco. To tne' rear ofHhe Fnloon, arc two excellent Billiard Tal>leSj and "The IKvil Among the Tailors," which combined allbrds splendid pn8tlmeV"Ordex w>11 ue k*ptat this place, and the most Fastidious can visit it without any danger of being insulted. 3?. W. 33XJJLT., & CO. mar 4_ly Proprietors Club Saloon. PRESIDENT GRANT Was rejoiced when be henrd'that Babcock, his Private Secretary, ha,] been acquitted of Complicity in the "Whiskey Frauds, and immediately Sent an Order to our Store J For a car load of Dry Gooks, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Canned ' Meats, Oysters, Lobsters and Salmon; also For Samples of Wines, Whiskies, And twenty thousand of the Cigars with which we have been furnishing him lately. His object in making this Large Order proceeded from a desire on his part To Treat the Jury WhCl...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 8 April 1876

TWO DOLLARS PER. ANNUM, y - GOD ^.ISTD OUTS, OOIJNTEY. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE?.'. , ? , . ;_ tfi . : : > ??! I10UIS9V VOLUME 10. 1 SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, L876. NUMBER 8 EFRANK COE'S AMMONIATED . BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE. Having been appointed S0I9 Agent for thin State for the Bale of the above old and well known FERTILIZER, we shall al ways keep a full 'supply on'hand. Orders entrusted to our care shall meet with prompt attention. The merits of this Fertilizer are too well known and apprceiatcd to require a more extended notice. Wo will only Ktate that ench consignment is subject to the severest analysis, and that the original standard is fully maintained. Dr II. PINCKNEY is our travelling Agent, nnd any communica tions to us through him shall have every care and dispatch. PINCKNEY BROTHERS, ' 3 Commercial Wharf, Charleston, S. C. feb 12 3m CHARLES S. BULL ATTORNEY AT I1A.W U. S. COMMISSIONER and Notery Public. Crangeburg, S. C oct 23 tf A CARD. Dr. J. G. WANNAMAKI2R is in pos session ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 8 April 1876

TWO DOLLARS PER. ANNUM. }. - GOD AND OXJH OOTIT^TTI^Y ALWAYS IN ADVANCE-: ^ : , ? [ ? : : ? ? _^_._ . _ _. _ : ; ' '7.^'^ Volume 10. Saturday morning, april 8,1876. numbers. ' EFRANK COE'S AMMONIATED . BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE. Having been appointed Solo, Agent for this State for the: Bnle of the above old arid well known FERTILIZER, we shall nl waya keep a full 'supply on'hand. Orders entrusted to our care shall meet with prompt attention. The merits of this Fertilizer are too well known and appreciated to require a more extended notice. Wo will only slate that each consignment is subject to the severest nnnlysis, and that the original standard is fully maintained. Dr II. PINCKNEY is our travelling Agent, and any communica tions to us through him shall have every cure and dispatch. PINCKNEY BROTHERS, ? 3 Commercial Wharf, Charleston, S. C. feb 12 3m CHARLES S. BULL ATTORNEY AT Ii AW U. S. COMMISSIONER ASD Notery Public. Cr angebn rg, S. C oct 23 tf A CA HI.). Dr. J. G. W ANN AM A KUR is...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 8 April 1876

' ISTEWS & TIMES. ! ISSUED EVEUY 8ATUIIDAY MOKKIKO BY THE _ORAKOEDUHQ NEWS COMPANY. 0K0. 1S0L1YKK, ?ustpcBS Mangger. J8S^ W? are- in no way responsible for the views or-opinions of our Correspond ents. SATURDAY, Aprlt~^7wTG. The Convention Last Saturday. ? ~< . As previousely announced the Con vention to elect fivo delegates to the Columbia Convention, which trans pireson the 11th inst., was held in this placo on Saturdny last. County Chairman S. L. Duncan called the delegates to order, and announced the object of .the meeting in a brief ad dress. Then came the fight for tem porary Chairman and secretary. Representative S. L. Duncan and Sheriff E. I. Cain, were put in nomi nation by their respective "friends for Chairman, and Representative W. H. Reedish and Mr. T. K. Sasportas for secretary. There being a contesting dclegatio." from Shcrifl Cain's pro cinct, it was ruled by the chair that if elected he could not take the scat. Hence Mr. Duncan was elected with out' much oppo...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 8 April 1876

MASONIC ? Pelros Council No. II, R.*. & B.% M.\ Will meet each Thursday at 6 o'clock P. M. from 1st October to 1st April and at 8 o'clock from 1st April to 1st October, on the following dates, June 24, July 22, Aug. 19, Sept. 1?, Oct. 21, Nov. 18, and Dec. 10. J. F. IZLAR, T. I. G. W. Bruhson, Recorder. Eureka Chapter No. 18, R.% A.vM.\? "Will meat during the present Masonic year at tho usual hours, the followin dates : March 10th, April 7th, May 5th, Juno lnd, August 4th, September 1st, October 37th, November 24th, December 29tb. J. F. IZLAR, M. F. H. P. j. M. Bbuhson, Sec. Shibboleth Lodge No. 28, A.*. P.*. H.v "Will meet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock, from 1st Oct. to 1st April and at 8 o'clock from 1st April to 1st October on tho follow iag dates, April 4, May 2, June 0, July 4, Aug. 8, Sept. 5, Oct. 3, Nov. 7, Dee. .p>. JAS. F. IZLAR, W. M. Ceo, W. Buunsox, Sec. May 29 187 5 7m. Edisto Lorl^o No- Sl>,?Meets at Odd Fellows Hall, every Monday evening at 8 o'clock, from 20th...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 8 April 1876

C. D. KORT JOHN Has just-received a Large Supply of Dry Goods, Boots; Shoc3, Hats, Caps, &c. - Also T/in Ware, Wooden Waro, Crockery Ware, Sugars, Coffee, Flour, Cigars. In fact n supply of General Merchandise, including Stoves of allsizes und nny descriptions. All will bo sold LOW DOWN for Cash. Goods Shown aud delivered in Town FREE of charge. Call before buying BUY THE BEST Stono SoLiMe Gnano and Acid Phosphate Prices Reduced?Cash, ? lublc Guano, $46. Time, payablo November 1st $54. Acid Phosphate, Cash, ?32. Payable 1st November $37. C. D. KOETJOHN. LARGE ADDITIONS to our Stock and invite inspection. Fresh Stock of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Clothing &c. Our GROCERY Department is Complete, and first class Goods and LOW PRICES cannot be surpassed. S. R TOBIN & CO,, J. C. P I K E, VOSE'S OLD STAND, Has OPENED, REFITTED and RESTOCKED this Large and Com modious Store with the most SELECT STOCK OF GOODS EVER OFFERED HERE, comprised of FRESH GROCERIES, HARDWARE, WOODWARE, GL...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 8 April 1876

C. D. KORT JOHN Has just received a Large Supply of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c. - Also T/in "Ware, "Wooden Ware, Crockery "Ware, Sugars, Coffee, Flour, Cigars. In fact a supply of General Merchandise, including Stoves of allsizea und any descriptions. All will bo sold LOW DOWN for Cash. Goods Shown aud delivered in Town FREE of charge Call before buying BUY THE BEST Ston? Soluble Guano and Acid Phosphate Prices Reduced?Cash, Soluble Guano, $46. Time, payable November l8t $54. Aeid Phosphate, Cash, $32. Payable 1st November $37. O. T3. KORTJOHN. LARGE ADDITIONS to our Stock and invite inspection. Fresh Stock of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Clothing &c. Our GROCERY Department is Complete, and first class Goods and LOW PRICES cannot be surpassed, S. E. TOBIN & CO., J. C. PI K E, YOSE'S OLD STAND, Has OPENED, REFITTED and RESTOCKED this Large and Com modious Store with the most SELECT STOCK OF GOODS EVER OFFERED HERE, comprise J of FRESH GROCERIES, HARDWARE, AVOODWA...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 15 April 1876

TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, y VOLUME 10. g a * - ?i?') ff^lfO t ft Ji; ,S .??Hob fxinauoifj ?f fcll IIOIII iPjf! ' :^ iil/Jo'j-j? ,)(. ?' GOD AISTD OUR COUNTEY. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. TA? 16 Oil j] SATURDAY MORNING; APRIL 15, 187,6!??[ |>" \ \ NUMBER 9 Er- j taSAiiA coE's <ammon iat ih>; '? \ JV' tBONE' S^PElUTIOSPUATK.' Having been appointed Sole Agent for 'this State for the Hale of the above old and well known FERTILIZER, we shall al ways keep a full supply on hand. Orders ?-entrusted to our care shall meet with iprompt attention. r The merits of this Fertilizer arc too well 'known and appreciated to require a more 'extended notice. We will only state thai 'each consignment is subject lo the severest ?analysis, and that the original standard is fully maintained. Dr II. P1NCKNKY is ?our travelling Agent, and any communica tions to us through him shall have every ?euro and dispatct). PINCKNEY BROTHERS, 3 Commercial Wharf, Charleston, S. C. feb 12 3m CHARLES S. BU?,Zj ATTORNEY AT LA...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 15 April 1876

i?i rfguo 1 a ix. .! sir.il ..ji ?? i;j .11 ill ' iH |tl03 tJ''.'H'? tlU t &H umu tlif. ilyi/onlJ l?ilii tiirio?gi b' y lib ro'JMi: ,1(1 V TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. } .__Q GOD .A-ISTD OTJI^ COUNTRY. VOLUME 10. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 187,6. ^i r"'', >flj VI! TltJ-y i; J. CO! cj i>* ALWAYS IN ADVANCE.-TA? NUMBER 9 J2j. ;? "BONE' SUPERIT10SFU ATIS.; Having been appointed Sole Agent for this State for the sale of the above old and well known FERTILIZER, wo shall al ways keep a full supply on hand. Orders ?ntruatcd to our care shall meet with Tprompt attention. r The merits of this Fertilizer arc too well knovru and appreciated to require a more extended notice. Wc will only state that ?ach consignment is subject to the severest analysis, and that the original standard is fully maintained. Dr II. P1NCKNEY is -our travelling Agent, and any communiea 'tions to us through him shall have every caro and dispatch. P1NCKNEY brothers, 3 Commercial Wharf, Charleston, S. C. feb 12 3m C...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News And Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg news and times. — 15 April 1876

NEWS <fe TIMES. P3UKD KVEBY .SATURDAY MORNING BY THE _ORANOKIIURO KEWg COMPANY._ flEO. BOLIVER, Business Manager. J56T* AT# Bceipls for Subscription or Advtr* titantnU are wlid unless Signed by Business Manager. jgy* We nrc in no way responsible for (be views or opinionsofour Correspond Vits. BATUIk??Y, April |5 1K76. Convention. Tho State Republican Convention to elect delegates to Cincinnati, met in tho House of Representatives on Tues day last, and adjourned on Thurs day morning. Tho scenes witnessed in the Convention nrc not all proper to be discussed in a decent newspaper. From beginning to end a bitter fight was carried ou between Chamberlain and his enemies. Cardoza wns cleaned out by Elliott, and when the Convention broke up tho watery eyed Treasurer looked like a whipped house cat. Elliott accused him with having attempted to sell out the Republican parly iu the Inst campaign, and proved it by sever al witnesses in the Convention. Car dozr. accused Elliott with having bo...

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