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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 4 January 1868

Shelter tor Cuttle. port a titjpopjj^ip^s^ tf f^T^H p}}? '.J?J 8M?^'^1U body with mater nil for growth in young ani mals?in full' ,^tb^fi',oh,cH'',tn'? replacing of Waat? matter; tho otJor' Ihn1 ma^fltnlffiga' proper, degree of hc;\t in the body. Ih ox tremely cold weather, the amount of food ;con-i >u?cd,1a' ^j^'^dater !jjh'U$$ Warm, as ..tfie | demand for bout; is much 'igreater. Fat ant-' maj^p thaf;i wiU' <Vc]p^^pp:.,piiq8THfho fjit, being consumed in ; producing heat. It is on this principle that1 fercut from -that used very far Ni. rth. The in hablfarits' bF'the Wrrid iono usb chiefly v?geta bio diet and aoid fruitH, whilu the groatcst treat that'^mrbB ' ^V?h' ^t? ^\'!j5^Ufnia?^ iji' t,h'c. North of (jirecnlaiid, is whale blubber. Capt. Furry mentions the fact of one of his visitors eating a dosen tallow dandles with great relish. When cattle are exposed in the field during ?c?9^5?jPjn9untrf>JF'their food to keeping up thfi" nebessaty 'Ylflqutit of nuimal hotit:' In a...

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. — 11 January 1868

to sin n ? .?..:! FIRST OUR HlOME0; THEJST ?trR??l'Al'B!;;.:fi'!INA.LLT IF$[B : NATION;- THESE CONSTITUTE OUR COUNTEY,, VOLUME 1. ?; to i ?! SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1868. NUMBER 47. THE. ORANGEBURG NEWS. PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBURG, S. C. Every. Saturday Morning. * . j - . ?-:oj?i . ? ? -itn :i 'SAMUEL DIBBLE} ?|'J 1 F. I. DIBBLE, Associate Editor. . 1EARL&8 B. IIALL, JfchUsher. ?:o:? TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. -Ono tfopy for ono year. $2.00 um ?? six- Months...'.. 1.00 ?? U ii Three " .. 60 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Clnb of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY *f?r ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any one sending PIVE DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subscribers, will reoeire an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, 'tree ef eharge. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.50 "I ?? 2d M ? ".. 76 A Square oonsists of 10 lines Brevier or one inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, if accompanied with the eash.$2 76 If not aooompanicd with the cash.$5 00 r.nntrnci Advert...

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. — 11 January 1868

FIRST OUR HOMES;"- ??l* ??TAti'KXJSriLLEY EIS"-^TI02ST; THESE CONSTITUTE OUR COUNTRY,. VOLUME L SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1868. NUMBER 47. THE. ORANGEBURG, NEWS. ?:o:? 1 PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBURG, S. 0. Eyery. Saturday Morning. >; . ?:o:? . ' SAMUEL DIBBLE- Editor.' J r. ?: DIBBLE, Associate Editor. . &EARLE8 H. JEtALL, Jfiubtisher. ?:o:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. -Ono dopy for ono year.* $2.00 " * Six-Months../..... 1.00 m m it Three " , .... 60 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Club of H?w Subscribers, -will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, f?ee of charge. Any ono sending FIVE DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subscribers, will reoeire an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of eburge. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1 at Insertion. $1.60 ":i ?? 2d ? I. 76 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or one inch ?f Advertising space. Aim in int rut or'3 Notices, if accompanied with the eash.....$2 76 If not accompanied with the cash.$5 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most ltbor...

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. — 11 January 1868

3JTHST OUR HOM^S;' T?EN OtrR Iii iiniflttj " 3;:,:BS?rALLY4l?HE 3S"-^TI02ST; THESE CONSTITUTE OUR COUNTiRT, VOLUME 1. ?5i .1 SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1868. NUMBER 47. THE. ORANGEBURG NEWS. PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBURG, S. 0. Every Saturday Morning. .? ? :o:?i i ..'?ii .-i. M?II?EL DIBBLE- Editor.' \,11 T. #.* DIBBLE, Associate Editor. . IMARL?S BHALL\ "Jt%bti,ner. ?:o:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. -On* tfopy tor ono year. $2.00 ? m ?4 Six-Months...!,. 1.00 ?? Three. 60 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Clnb of J*ew SubRcribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY 'fer ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any ono sending JIVE DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subscribers, will reoeixc an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of eharge. ?:o:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.50 ?? 2d ? ... 76 A flquaro oonsists of 10 lines Brevier or one inch ?f Advertising apace. Administrator's Not ices, if accompanied with the cash.$2 76 If not aooouipanicd with the cash.$5 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the ...

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. — 11 January 1868

FIRST OUR HOMES;'THBIT' OUB; ?8TAl,5is?;STALLT teB : N?.TI.ON;- THESE CONSTITUTE OUR COUNTRY . VOLUME 1. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1868. NUMBER 4T. THE. ORANGEBURG NEWS. PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBURG, S. C. Erery. Saturday Morning. -? . ? ?:o:?? . ai'd rvyt MAJIUHL DIBBLE- Editor.' . 1 T. #: DIBBLE, Associate Editor. . &MARLES H. SAL%^mhtr. ?:o:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. -On* Copy for ono year. $2.00 ? * " Six-Months...'.. 1.00 h it Three ?? .. 50 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Clnb of Hew Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY fer ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, 'free of ohm-go. ?:6:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.50 ?? . ?? 2d " ? '..i. 76 A Square oonsists of 10 lines Brovicr or one inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, if accompanied with the eash....$2 76 If not aooompanicd with the cash.$5 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most libe...

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. — 11 January 1868

T1IE ORANGEBURG NEWS, PUBLISHED "WEEKLY AT ORANGEBURG, S. C. O?vc of Publication on Murlcct-Street over the Post OJick SAMUEL DIBBLE, Editor. VIRGIL C. DIBBLE, Associate Editor. ?B?ltLES II. HALL, Publisher. BEADING MATTER O^EVEltY PA?E. Andrew Johnson id nominated for tho next | President by thrpe -newspapers in Tennessee. Tho'ro'arc ?lght' colored prcachors confined for crtnidWVr? Penitentiary of this Stato. to i ifjiy to v hi : ; I I - G_onf rah Grant jhus been formally, nomiuatcd for tho Presidency,, by tho^cadiog, merchants. of toalykiwn tfviln ab 10 w. -n .:: '^Drop** i?egi'OMsuffmgc,^'6r you oanrt cloct Grant," said MdOnllddh tp'h fRepublican, re cently Hi ?H ir < um:1:> r.; ? ' ?: ?; . j f ! A'ncgrSKvas recently shot dead by another, ncarMmTtgohicry f?r'decl?ring himself oppo sed to foic" Union licHgub: aniwbij} ?"tpe<>?>?.[? T;i ?.- ????: ? :. A Braton^nuh^ady.or ai(jvifo l:fpr. a man^pJtjUipanq," aud,;'rec,ejvcdr.nearly a. thou sand" photographs in reply. B?...

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. — 11 January 1868

THE- ORANGEBURG NEWS ' every. saturday morning/ ' at the ' : ? UfU . -a ivi ?.?. ? . ? ' "OLD TIME" 'PRICE; i | Two Dollars pen Annum tn AdVANok. M??T" invariably accompany tub : ??*! .?Mi?:a . 1?.!\I .*?????!??!/. 1f> li u ? ? ???) .1'." . ? ?? >! ?UBS0RIPTION.. ! ? X^^.Cawntry Produce, taken at Market Roles. $2 o? " ? ^ on -.'/.>..v:_Lt_i:_i_ . JCQ?" "ll* respectfully request our friends to \ send irt their Advertirewenfs as early in \tho week as convenient j and if possible, let us have them by Thursday evaiing. Hy thisyncans, ice will be able to ixxue fami-earlier kourk>n Satur day, and. icilf bu enabled to tjivc more of the latest iicics, up to the time of our going to j)ress. READJNG MATTER ON. EVERY; PAGE LOCALS "ITEMS! SATURDAY MORNTNO, JAN., 11, 18G8. ?~ ... .... l ? ... ? a Li ? .I, III Tho Anti-Labor League. A company of U; S. [Rcjjularfe' nrrived at Lcwisvillo oil Wednesday from Columbia ; and returned on Thursday, carrying back with them b!x negroes implicat...

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. — 11 January 1868

THE- ORANGEB?RG NEWS ' EVERY' SATURD \Y MOBNINO,' au the' 1 ?' ' ? "OLD TIME"'PRICE; I Two Dollaus peh Annum iw Advanob, m ?Ii M??T-INVARIABLY ACCOMPANY TUE ?? .-I.CJ ?!. i tnlAl ?MK lo ? ? ???? it*J mtvili SUBSCRIPTION.' !.? ? ?; ,m 4 JQ5^.Cp*utry Produce taH?P *t Market Ruten. - $2 oo^_j1. - ;? 9fc oo JC??y* respectfully request our. friends to send in their Advert ircinen ts ox early in the wec/e-as convenient J and if possible., let us hare them by Thursday civwfiy. Jiy thi^ncans, we will be able to isxue q/*rn- cqtiier hourvn Satur day, and will ha enabled to give more of the latest news, uj> to the time of our going to j>ress. READING MATTER ON EVERtf PAGE, SATURDAY MORNING, JAN., 11, 1S68. Tho Anti-Labor League A company of U,. S. ? Re^ularfe'. tirrived at Lowisville on Wednesday from Columbia ; and returned on Thursday, carrying back -with thcui tsix negroes implicated in whipping other ne groes for contracting. 'i ?-?????? jomm - .The Outrages about Lewisville and For...

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. — 11 January 1868

AGRICULTURAL, &0. Progressiv?) Farming. It is wi>th farming precisely as with, every other business; it must bo at tended to or it will not pay. This is tnoro so now than for merly. For now machinery does tho work of hand-labor; and science is adding success, which the common farmer cannot reach?honce be is found in the rear of profits and general success. There must be intelligence. Tho advancement of farming has made this so.? "Skinning" land is getting to be among the things that were. This, however, is less the &Uie on the prairies than in the east. An old fashioned farmer stands but a poor chance there. He is constantly selling out, to "better his condition," which is not done by buying another farm. He is generally glad to get rid of his, and not get him another "ineumbrance." We must then, as the country improves, im prove with it?and that by informing ourselves, both by reading and conversation with thoso who know.?Rural World. Hen Signs. Some one has given tho fo...

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. — 11 January 1868

AGRICULTURAL, AC. Progressive Farming. It is wi,th farming precisely as with, every other business; it must bo attended to or it will not pay. This is moro so now than for merly. For now machinery does the work of hand-labor; and science is adding success, winch the common farmer cannot reach?hence he is found in the rear of profits and general success. There must be intelligence. The advancement of farming has made this so.? "Skinning" land is getting to be among the things that were. This, howovcr, is less the ease on the prairies than in the east. An old fashioned farmer stands but a poor chance there. Ho is constantly selling out, to "better his condition," which is not done by buying another farm. He is generally glad to get rid of his, and not get him another "incuinbrance." We must then, as the country improves, im prove w?fh it?and that by informing ourselves, both by reading and conversation with those who know.?Rural World. Hen Signs. Some one has given the following signs...

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. — 18 January 1868

noil .1.11 .??VT?n.i > !ri I :? l> 'An*.? ?'sii'ff* firm. i ?]|?Nt fll" ?"?'??? -;< 1 '? :! *':?? ? l rftnoni il - ?. u< > t ?'? ? ' Ci'fl.'U ' )Oil?li> Itf'll iWk ??!????? ?I? ? >.?'' : -> ?u;-.il .!'??..??. , J>?.>)?:;.-. i-'. I ? ' $um??i ' ?" ' '??" , :,:?- ? 1 y. ? .;. ;? i ii f n V! /. if o . ' .'.i UiUUl .1.1 IUL9 . Hill* j^t^?T OUR ?OMES; THEN OUR STATE; FINALLY THE 1STATION; THESE CONSTITUTE ?Uli C?tji^rfei^1^ SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1868. ?N WBER 48. r.oiT. E .< ORANGEBURG NEWS. /r^tflSLtSHEI) AT ORANGEBURG, S. C. ?o T.i tJ^T'&toird^ Morning. > o/i/.c-u .u n ^ km Ail, iftttj . .<.'<. r.l j ,1*90 Wv.& DIBBLE, Auociati Editor. TTK. ASiW'151B?W:t)??UBSCRJPtI0!f. ir..;.; <06??opj for dno year.!. &>jOO 7"wu' . " 8?x Mouths..,.1.00 ?1 i,?^ >*1 V Three ?? i..Uu.60. OCW^r Ohe iohdih^ TEN DOLLARS, for a Clnb of I . y*?*' Siihscribori, will receive an EXT HA COPY ?W* ONE YEAR, froo of charge. Any one Bending _.ffSH...

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. — 18 January 1868

tri?iimiiT-^i-1i" Vni-T ?PUBLISHED WEEKLY ?" " AT ORANGEBURG, S. 0. Office nf Pnhtveation on Market-Street ovtr the l Post Qfice* SAMUEL DIBBLE, Editor. ^> ' TIROIL C. DIBBLE, Assoclato Editor. CHARLES H. HALL, Publisher. READING ^ATXER pN^EJERy ?f$f> or.' k ..... >Ya?hiqgtoH News. M S5SL? 1/. J7r January 11.?Noon?It is ;underetood_that in yc?tffljj? a"moti"on| by Democrats, to consider tho Stantou coed in open session, was defeated, and that Mr. ! )oo ni'jd^??e asked-that, as ?General? Howard''? report' njj ^ad been published; ihc minority fepWt might' f?.'/iv|>?ipubUshcd'alK041 Permission was-YcfuBed. ?Hi Id .ThoiHotiH?v'Oommitt?o-on ? Beconfttitiotioii ^nilathiaafternoon -agreed ? ?uporr a-, bill toibb'i^pdrt-' : oln*M& en Mcnd?ty?t'dtol*rttig *oh4t stneW Uro: n# civil governnVdnts <in d tho idajely^fehclljous1 States, and''that1 tho "prdvmouhl ? govern men tB shall not,hoytc;chgni2ed'a8--vaHd<;o\''le.Ual-) cither by the Executive or jmliohtha?tborjtf?s' ofl...

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. — 18 January 1868

..mmT? lOMWm^ NEWS, ? PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT ORANGE 1JURG, S. C. OJfke <\f Pnhlientton on Market-Street over the I\jst Office, SAMUEL DIBBLE, Editor. --,?> TIROIL C. DIBBLE, Associate Editor. CHARLES h. HALL, Publisher. READING RATTER pN EVERY PAGE. m mm iMt" Ncws January 11.?Noon?It is understood that in yeB^qr^av^^e^.ocntiyjO, session n inotionj by Democrats, to consider the Stun ton case in open session, was defeated, and that Mr. Doo nrttfjfjfttle asked that, as General Howard's ro])ort r?di had been published; the minority report might' w?>i ? bo-published also. Permission was-Yefhsed. ' w\i I ? /PhoiHouso -'Gouiinitteo -on- Reconstruction y :> Lthis afternoon agreed - upon a- bill to"?bb >rerj?rt :;?!--od on Monday; 'declaring that -there "hfc n?" civil governments ?in ' the 1 lntidy^febellimis States, and"that' the 'firdvaionhl: J^ovcrnineuts shall not'ho1 reichenizod'as valid-or ielrhl, either by the Executive or judioiul'ahthorjtres oljtllo" United States- In or...

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. — 18 January 1868

, V?v- ft*Avni<mTml1 vvw<fj -PUBLISHED WEEKLY " at ORANGEBURG, S. 0. ^ O?ce <ff Publication on Market-Street over the ? Post O?ce* SAMUEL DIBBLE, Editor. VIRGIL C. DIBBLE, Assoclato Editor. CHARLES H. HALL, Publisher. -.-. I READING MATTER pN.KJrEJ,y^Qjp2. ja n u auy 11.?Noon?It is understood that in ye^^?offW*^,^0'? ? ?foij by Democrats," to consider the Stanton case in open session, was defeated,'and that Mr. Doo ?i-.diRttle asked that, as 'GrineraJ Howard? report' d) had been published; th c -minority report might' ^ivfc?ipubb'?hcd nlso.' 'Permission waa'-Yefnsed. *' i\? i<* Tho'Houso'Committee-on Reconstruction ;aiisthis afternoon -agreed upon a- bill to'bb-report-' oDiodon M drtdny ;? t ?beln rihg'that - there mV civil government^- fttfd the "latory^'fbbclljous" States, and"that- the "prn'vsionhl? governments shall not'h?'reic?gniiod'ns -yaKd'.or-legal, either by the Executive or judicial??authorities' oljtllc" United Slates-; JtrorUentb?sbearon?l/4r "spekjU^' 1 hne...

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. — 18 January 1868

x 18 PUBLISHED invi" " " * ' " . ni ?Iii! ? t;;.A?'Tn*! ' ' ' T??ui?VtT "OLD TIME'! P1U0E. .1 .i *. ?Iii?*? .ioaiiU ; ? ein?-...:-) -j?^-YEtEj CASH-t?S' ?R ,i.MMU8T,ANVAIUABLY ACCOMPANY THH pj 9S?r* Wie reqMxtfuAb/ request*1"b/{r, 'friends to* Bend in their Advertisements, as early in OO the] 'Keek as conoenjent; ru*t<? -if' possible, let us ?citfc ?them, by ffiut}sd<q^tv<hii>i<]il \jiy this means\n;e. leillJte ablc'fo issue {{t-anxarlirr hour on Sa)ur ?day? Mat hetft llnf W?hWf?IfctfvV 'more o/\ the latest news, np to tllCiti?UVi'?.our ij?'intj topttess bkading kicrtEfrttar eveb?,iv'?$e d-TO V*\ 08. ?^mfnp'AY MORNING, JAN,, \% lft ,yifei!!ppl#eilt We ijwuo This wcet a Supplement to which >we cTilWa'?ro*nl of4:9^??(ralutii. ^Ir. ?5. N. RoiiKON/of (^arldsfi?^^? twnigetit for tliis -State of *hb Soluble Pa^tauWib,1 which (t) foeiouT* section ??f'thbiArttyV1' ^w waders '-will Qftdpamong tho letters recommending its use, ^^eYaTflroiu Orangeburg planters. C-Wo? cdm "~"~...

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. — 18 January 1868

7 TIO^^?E?ffiG NEWS IS rUUHSHBD t mei ? e?i tit '0 "' " . nl Hill i .tw'A*?WHf?<V1-. ????. .?<i?miie<.T M0L?>MiHStt PRIGE; r D ,1 MUST ?SVARIADLY ACCOMPANY Oj gj| ^IH Oft i. . / .?i. / t .?.?>..,?> '< mi ^. JW8^ We rcspectfun)/ request "hj(f?; ^cwi ?W in their Advertisements as early in t Uttek OS convenient ; rWid if possible, let US h?Wc oo is t<t the. we Satur \the latest netPst?j?jo tfatimw?.Gim.gWing. to p^ess.\ READING k3CEfr^^Ni'?v^f>^ilE. %mtm g&fim&AX MORNING, JAN.* X\\% 180?. ich We issue This week a Supplement to wh *e callWaMt?n1 or4 ^?ffishi. \lr. *S. N. Ron?ON/bf f^arl'dsfc^ jfor ttlits St?fe of tho Soluble P?oVi'u-nlio,' which ?) %tftoit*section ^.^iAi^^^J^ tj^w*will fh^?V.atno?g tho letters recommending, its use, *^||Rc^aTi1rotu Orangehurg planters. ciWo? cam -mend them to the attention of all interested; in the ?ubjcc^ii^y[ ni ,T ?1J1 lKHT"'W!'i.i?mf;/..ni **Tho (*rn*jackets,und itoiv they Lived, Fought nnd Died for Dixie, wltti'ln...

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. — 18 January 1868

E^tG NEWS : ruuLisiiEU in?.'; '???"???: . n} Mill ?: ? AT TIIE ' ' ,^??|?t? "QLB, TIMKrjPMGBi '* ! to Hfi.i.Ko In? l?^THTB CJ?SH"*?!' I .?k ,?11^" ?r.-.flVT? FmjfoTtvn nop iFfrv*! -mi? ? ?R ,|.f.iUUSTi/XK-YARIADLY ACCOMPANY THE C, I 8,,W lte^C^'Vjr Wouuco.ink^ 92 00 ? oo JH5T" We rcspcctfunx/ request'''wir, fluent Is to trtul in their Advertisements as early in\tkc\ teeek as convenientj rival .if possible, hi us have ?them by Tftufrsl&tyW&nngtllJiy this nieansl ice leiltbeablc'to issue at an.earlier hour on Satur ^ayJaWkcill' *tV MaWit' to {/ibc 'more of', the latest news, ujt to tlicjiwn of our 'joint) to pt^ss.S READING WkTTERlON EVERY 'PA^E. ^^^tfil?h?r^ia^^,^?<^^^^t^ ?l?eAIi-ITEMSl ^AT?RDAY MORNING, J AN., 18, We issuo ihis week a Supplement to winch Ve b3llM?bTa\Uht?iy of' agricnlfunilists. Mr. ?JF. N. RoitKOS'/of (Harldsfiw^^B 'tho'ageiit for Ullis Su?<. of the SolrJht? Pa^?K^tti?,1 which ?J^JH^t^jleJ >Itj^U- rciputatioa' is a. fert?iker (*) iW*WB6ction of ebo...

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. — 18 January 1868

._tLflJLICJ-LTPBAL, &CL r 1 Saving of labor. f l^bor at the South is at present very dbar-~ apparently cheap enough When expressed'Irf forni of so many dollars per month, per hand? but really dear, when measured in terms of bo much work, dono in a given time. "Work done in a givon timo. Work done hy machinery si always cheaper than thai done by hand. These two propositions our people ought to place pido ,. hy side, and med it at o upon them long and well. The first will probably be accepted without a , dissenting voice; but tho second is associated in our minds with Yankee inventions add wc hesitate. 'True, we are liable here os every . i. where, to be imposed upon ahd deceived.? ' "What should this teach? We answer, cautionI Do not purehaso until you are satisfied that a machine is adapted to your iranft, to your land, and to the laborer you can procure to ?Work it. Wo cannot impress this point too strongly upon tho minds of our readers?"prove ibK.sdl things, hold fast to that ...

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. — 18 January 1868

- ftftttlCUL TU E AL,-4tCLJ form of CO many dollars per month, per baud? but reajly dear, .when measured in torms qTbo much work, <lone in a giyen^rae.; Worjkdone ' in a giVon time. Work done by machinery g|! alwayB cheaper thaw that done fyfcandl' T^ese ????.0 i two proposition:* our people phfeBtto'^pl^ Jndo . ty side, nnd meditato upon them long and well, vi The first will probably be accepted ^without a ; . dissenting voice; hut tho second ia associated i in our minds with Yankee inventions 'tft|4 we ;.heatU^'f,Ttuot wo are liable here , iaVeypry rt,)i> where, to bo imposed1 upon tftxd' deceived.? ? ,: :1 X^hat should this teach? ? We a m wor, caul ion 1 i'1,',,'.' Do not purchase until you are satisfied that a machine is adapted to your tcantt, to'your !",,'. land, and to the la borer you ! can procuro to Verb it. Wo cannot impress this point {too '^rorigly upon tho.^^ of 0^1? iTeadeias^Mp^ove .iball things, hoid fost; to that whieh( 1^ g^Kjd.'' ?^it^y$W? leave to say,! t...

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. — 18 January 1868

MMMiLAJLIQrJ.T.nKALrACLJ iar? ?pp^^mtly choap" enough wnen * spressed form ?f so many' dollars per Vnontli, per hand? but really dear, when measured in terms of bo much work, dope in a given time. Work ?Jone in a given time. Work done by machinery hi always cheaper than thnt dona by hand. These [v "two propositions our people o ngh t to' piftqe *ido ,. by side, nnd meditate upon them long and well. The first will probably he accepted without a , dissenting voice j hut tho second is associated ' in our minds with Yankee inventions arid wc ; h Gsitate.. H Tr no, we are liable Vere. as; j cvery ..(v nnere, to bo imposed upon and deceived.? "What should this teach? Weahswor, caiuionl ,.. Do not purchase until you are satisfied that a machine is adapted to your u-ants, to your land, and to the laborer you can procure to Work it. Wo cannot impress this point too '^"^Itrongly upon the nvinda of our xeaders^-^piJove ii .nil things, hold fast to that which, ib good." yrB|j|j;lr^:lfe^' lcwre ...

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