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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 6 February 1880

j\. Pnpci* ibr tlko Peoi>16, Postolllcc IloiU'b? Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A. and from half-past 10 A. M. to 4 P.' .'Columbia mail closes at 10 A\ M. and the.Charlcston mail at halft past 5,1*. M. ? On Tuesdays and Fridays it mall for Fclgcrvillc, Vanccs Ferry and Holly Hill closes at half-past 7 A. M? ,.. , Oil Fridays a mail for Knott's Mlllsi Witt's Mills and ltlshes1 Store closes a, half-past 2 P. M. ItAILROAD TIME TABLE. * The trains arrive at Oraiigeburg us fol lows: , from charleston. No. 1. Day......'....0 ?S A. M. No. 13, pay.......1 17 P. M. No. 5, Night.2 IS A. M." . from columbia. No. G, NU'llt.I 20 A. M. No. 14. Day.10 17 A. M. No. 2, Evening. ..G 15 P, M. In addition to the above trains there is a through Northern Express Train which passes Oraiigeburg as follows: Going North, 10 I*. M. ? going So.uth, 8 A. M. T. O. DawsoN, Local Agent. ORAKGEBURG,' S. C, FEBRUARY 0,1SS'1. notice,?Wo have made arrange ments witu the proprietors of the News and Courier to c...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 6 February 1880

Select Proverbs. Pay as you go and keep from small score. Pains to get, care lo Keep, fear lo lose. J'asl labor is pleasant. Poverty is Ihe mother of all arts. Provide for the worst, the best will savo itself. Poverty craves many things, but avarice more. Quarreling dogs conic bulling iiomc. Quiet pesons are welcome every where. Riches, like manure, do no good till ihey are spread. Running hares do not need the spur. See, listen and be silent, and you will live in peace. Spcuk well of your friend?of your enemy say nothing. Speak little and to the purpose, ami you will pass for aomebod}'. Setting down in writing is a last ing memory. That which is well done is twice done. Think of case, but work on. The stone that lies not in your way, need not oilend \on. The bos; throw 14)011 the dice is'to throw them away. A Polite Man. IIox. John M. Broadhcad, lately lying dangerously ill in the Hroad head mansion at South Market, N. II., seem lo have retained his sense of humor in the very prese...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 13 February 1880

ilcnr/J rllutii (7 7/ it "Vol. II, cORAN^B^URG, S.O., FRIDAY, FEBBJJ?^?r 188Q. ?STo. 7. - SIIEIUDAN,. & JpIMS, Proprietors. SUMSCltllTION. ,, One Year..;..'.V.'.i..V.f.?160 fBlx Months.1.00 /Minister.? of tue Oespel.1.00 AoV?tmaKMKNTa. ?? >'; .FiratiIn8teBtiou...?..r..iT.......?1.00 ?Each Subsequent'Insertion.?0 I LiberljI;obntracts niado for. 3 uiontb , and qver. One Thousand a Year. vAnd you want me to tell you wheth er I can live on ono thousand dollars a year* or ratncr-^? as I have not been 'asked to do so?whether a girl can marry and live on it. I will be hon est wijh'you, ap you-wish ,this matter for publication, and abate that any v woman, no matter(\liow high her posi tion, or how elegant her, education, pr U'a'stes, can live comfortably andjhap pily on that amount, provided tlial she gets the rigUt ma?,fpr.arhusband, ' and that they both truly love each1 other after marriage. "' Although young in years (pardon my not telling" yofr'tho' exact figures a'ft?ih'?,n>e...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 13 February 1880

Vol. II. ^RAN^BjURG, S..C, FRIDAY, FEBRJJA^jST I??, 188Q. ?STo. 7. SHKU1DAN & SIMS, Proprietors. SuusoiuinrioN. One Year.iX.Sli:A.SI 50 rfilx Months.1.00 ;iihd?ter.aof the Gospel. . .1.00 *? Ad^ktiskuenxs'.v iFlr8tfIu8te?ti?i>..:V..r..rt..........?1.00 ..Kaeh SobSeVj'uent Insertion.50 1 Liberljl [contracts made fur 3 mouth and over. .JOB tQ#\Fj:.CJ? t ia, i-jifKi-AU^pjjo.y.o_Ar.i. 'maus o,v One Thousand a Year. ?And you want me to tell you wheth er I can live on one thousand dollars n year, or rather?as I have not been ' asked to do so?whether a girl can ?III ' marry and live on it. I will be hon ' est witti you, no you wish ,this matter ' for publication, and stale that any 'wouiau, no matter(iiow high her posi tion, or how elegant her education,pr Maates, can live comfortably anfl hap pily on that amount, proyded ttiat she gets the right ma?.fpr.a'husband, '.and that they both truly love each other after marriage. Although young in years (pardon my not telling" yofr'tbe exa...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 13 February 1880

V ??- rvr> SUISCIUCTIOW. <>n<! Year.01 r>0 Six Months.1 GO .Ministers of thu Gospel-.X- OO ** M Ii iL fcHf- . < ' < > \ J "~ AIJVKUTISING KATES. K?WT*!IWrTlo^^ 5t3^*I-iinTul contracts, -niaue tor tlireo ilium In? ftii?Monycr periods. . AH (??taleub ndvtfrtlsctMents'must be ?buiil, fur jij wqyituee. ?-^y , 'Mill'rhinos uiuV,N?tiges of Deaths, not >iukbi?r oveV'bne'i-(,iiare, Inserted free, niul so|jcilei|, [9?! i-? i<|li ?? ?;-' ?fcSp-Wu arc not responsible for the Wtetyj of our'OoVrespondeiits'. JVHi Business Coinn\uiiUaitb>u3, Letters for Pubdcat ion, and Orders for Sub-enp tlon, aS' kill as nil Advertisements, a two Id be addres.-ed to 1 SHERIDAN & SIMS, ; ? ; Oraiigoburir, ?. C. OUANOKIJUKO, S. (.-., FEimUAUV 13, 1SS0. A Timely Warning. It will be remembered that the Republican ' Slate Convention of 'Pennsylvania elected a delegation and instructed them to vote as a unit for Gen. Grant as nominee for Presi dent in the National Convention. This...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 13 February 1880

j-.V J'mn'r for tlto 1?o<?i>1*5 .11. G. Siiekiuak! ? ? ' ?. ' Jamks L Sims, {Proprietors. . . SLllSClUlTIOW. Ol??' Year.s>*l r?0 Six .Mouths...1 OO Miuifli is oj" the Unspcl-. lj OO ?jj 11 f n -??? . * AlJVKKTISING RATES. P.'^rTifcertlon. per sounre..1 OO J.-:ii<-1? SiibfM-ipumt.inecrtiuii..SO 5iy}""I.il?fi ul eint iacu uiaue tor three inuuihs in ill longer period*.' All iraiiKifiit advertisements must be paid lor iu advance. Marriages and Notices of Deaths, not sinking "veV one square, inserted free, mid solicited. ?o? 53T"\V(! are not responsible for the .view4 of our (Joiivspondents. AH Business Uouiinuiilcntlnos. Letters for Publication, and Orders for Subserip. lion, as* well as all Advertisements, ?Uuold be addressed to SHERIDAN A SIMS, Orangcburg, S. C. OltANOKlU n?, S. C'., FElJItUAKV 13, 1880. A Timely Warning. It will be remembered that the Republican State Convention of Pennsylvania elected a delegation and instructed them to vote as a unit for Gen. Grunt as n...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 13 February 1880

<Opcn iVom l)0?frpi\f;t S to 10 o'clock A. 'aiT, anci, u utii: Usil'rpaSC IU A. M< to 4 E. ? ColumWa.mail-closes nt 10 'A. M. ana ' tlio Charleston anail at, half-pastC P. M. j v0n Tuesdays and Fridays n ?nnll for F^ertf Iterances Sherry and Holly Hill cjpses? atbalT-past 7 A. Mi ?4?inFrldays a >mail for Knott's Mills} | Witt's Mills and Itishos' Store closes a, tfrUf-past 2 JPi M. _ "f. ItAlLKOAD TIME TABLE. 1 Tile trains arrive at Orangeburg as foj t4ow's:x: tuom CHARLESTON. <No.l. Duy.?.0 r,8 A. M. : NQ.a3, Day.I.I 17 P. M. ,Nq.;?, Night.?.2 48 A. M. from columbia. K?; 6, Night.......VJ 20 A.M. : No. 14, Day.10 17 A. M. :Nq.;?,.Evening.?0 1C P. M. Un addiilon to the above trains there Is u'tbrough Northern Express Train which ?asses Orangeburg as follows: Going orth, 10 P. M.; going South, G A. M. T. O. Dawson, Local Agent. ORANGEnUUG, S. C, FEBRUARY 13, 1880. Notice.?We have made arrange ments with tho proprietors of the Naos and Courier to club tbeir mam moth Weekly...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 13 February 1880

"Who's Afraid?" Co mine brothers! there is nothing In the world v?* men should lour; If the heart he'lirm und steady, , j J I' 11 e arm he s ruug.and road - , Half,our dangers ilisa| pcart Only bdwiinls (n|nt ami lam r, \ ,. Only cravens shrink and pa'tor,' Onl.v dastards uro disown cd. Meet ua*ch trial?never lly it< Faeo nilsfortm e and defy it: Courage, brotbets!-r?iio 3 afraid? Courage brothers! there Is nothing In the world true men appals; Still bo true tojinen and .woman, "To the Cod of truth a true man, 'True to self when duty calb. He that's talse in word or dojng Soul and body brings to ruin ! Lying's still a Ins.ing trade.; Do the truth and fear no evil; ?Speak the truth and shame,the devil: '|( Courage, brothers!?who's altyild? Courage, brothers! there is nothing , Brave and true tuen KhnnldiiiUrJ&ht.; Life's a warfare high and holy For the lofty and the holy; Ciod and angels watch the fight; In (he roar, and rush, and rattle, J,n the sweat and blood of battle. Fig...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 20 February 1880

SHKItlDAN & SIMS, Proprietor. SunscitirTipx. One Yonr....?.,.SU>0 Six Months..,,...,....?...... ..,1.00 M i.oJ*jt?r? of thu 0 qspel.................... ] ..Op A IfV BUT! SK.\t EN T?. Kh-st,H\stei tlon...? 1.0.0 .Each Subsequent Insertion.?0 Liberal eouti-acts uiaUo for 3 month and over*. . is-ruErAUKi) to no am. kim>?o?' . ....... . , . g THE USUAL WlY? ?o A R U.R A L ROMANCE, ti i. i. ?o? [kok tub onAKOEiiona democrat.) IJY L'ESTliJLTE. lie was a pretty fair specimen of the average young man .w.bom wc meet daily on tbe street, and she was ,not at a,U remarkable, just such a young.lady as >vc inay see any Bab bath fluttering her ribbons at church or reclining in a rocking chair obsorb ,qd in the perusal of a late novel. Nor was there anything extraordinary in the way they met. lie had seen her a.htmdrcd times, perhaps, and, doubt less, his fcututes were equally famil iar to her, though when young ladies give side glances across, the same in ,d\vidual docs not always arr...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 20 February 1880

U^-G. SlJlCUlDAN, K? 0ames L. 8fM3,-; } ^Pnctors. ; svn?c\i}vrioi;. ??' **** One Year.?-?il *">0 Six Mouths....1 <><> (^misters of Hie Gospel.1 oo aovkhtisimi uatks. ?lrst Insertion, pur square.1 OO, Kaeh Subsequent Insertion.fSO ] Ivj^*** Liberal contracts mane i0V ttiree inv.uihs and hui-ier periods. All transient advertisement'! must be' paid Tor in ltdvanee. Marriages and Notices of Deaths, not jinking over one fcquarc, -inserted free, and bolieited. ??? "'K^"?Va arc not responsible for tbe vitiv^^'^ur t(Jp.rrcspoiiui nts. ?.? A^H I'usiuWs CypiniiuinlcntlonS. Letter-* toi* Publication, and (Mdei's for SifbseTip-1 tiwi?, a.^i'ivell *as all Advertisement ?bould be addressed to SllKlMDAX & SIMS. Oriin^ebui'i, S. C. OUAKGBll?lIG, S. (_'.. PkbKL'AKY 20, hSSO Hog Cholera. This disease, variously known in different localities by the names of sr?vine plague, hog fever, hog typhoid, or hog disease, and in science as pneumo-cnterUis, has become so com ,tnon, as Well as ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 20 February 1880

^wmiph wvfl ? em mat IA: Paper ibr the People* Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A. MV. and from half-past 10 A. M; to 1 1?. M. , .?> Columbia mail closes at. 10 A. M. and the Charleston mail at half-past 5 P. M? Ott Tuesdays and Fridays a 'inaii for Fcklcrvlllc, Vances Ferry apt) Holly Hill closes at half-past 7 A.M. On Fridays a mail for l?notfs Mills] "Witt's Mills and Kishcs' ?Store closes a, half-past 2 P. M. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Tho trains arrive at Orangeburg as fol lows : FROM CHARLESTON. No. 1. Day.0 68 A. M. No. 13, Day.1 17 P. M. No. 5, Night.2 is A. M. FltOM COLUMBIA. No. G, Nhjht.1 20 A. M. No. 14. Day.10 17 A. M. No. 2, Evening.0 ir> p. M. In addition to the above trains there is a through Northern Express Train which passes Orangeburg as follows: Going North, 10 P. M.; goin<? South, 0 A. M. . . T. O. DawsoN, Loeal Ageut. ORANOEDUKG, P. C , FEBRUARY 20, is80. Notice.? We have made arrange ments with tbc proprietors of tbc JjjTctos and Courier to club their m...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 20 February 1880

On Leaving School. -n.y i.oka vAt.t:. iOh ! ye trill and time-honored walls. .Mii>(,l m>w leave your kind cmhrace? Then At !iy' not I lie tea r that irciilhlhig falls, 1 town so many a sail and'loxjng face. Must Lean 1' each familiar haunt for ' ?? sake.? Jl'-ttn time, from my bosom, their sweet men.orles take? No. never. His wand can ne'er dim 'Ihosu visions .bright ai.d n.teinorio sweet ; jjtul lAvi'd aye be joy to chant ihc hymn. We san? long ago, and (each face tl< greet., As through tin-mist, their .welL-known form-; upjiciif. Again w.e'll bid tar.evvveU?drop again j tear. Dear C.o.l.legc Reil,can thy tones each day King on ,as chcrrijy as in tjays ol yore? Wbeji so many hearts are faraway Thai knew thy tones, lliufi loyed them so? Can thy cadence as sweetly fall on stranger ears. As on ihose that heard it witli joy so many yeurpV ?Xo; those pealing notes we loved so well. 'I hey all must Intrn to know and love. The memories that in thy tones dull: dwell. 'Are deai ei ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 27 February 1880

SHERIDAN & SIMS,'.Proprietors. SUUSCIUI'TION. , . . One Year.SI.50 Six Months.. .1.00 Ministem of the Gospel.1.00 ADVBRTISKMENTti. First Instertion.$1.00 Each Subsequent Insertion.?....CO Liberal contracts made for 8 month anil over. JOT3 O-PJET-Iojil IS PREPARED TO DO Al.f. KINDS OK THE USUAL WAY, A RURAL ROMANCE. ?FOBTHE OKANGKUUHG DEMOCHAT.J BY'l/ESTKLLE. Mr, TrafTord wlis on llic cvc of de parture for his distant home, and a farewell social, party had been given in his honor. Kato was radiant that night, and TralTord seemed ftdly to realize her. attractions. iWJeston was unable to secure her company at all, and while looking at her moving care lessly through the dance so absorbed in conversation with her partner as to forget when their turn came, what was it that made him suddenly leave ?the 'room and seek the starlight? Did he leave the revelers to their anirtb-, finding no enjoyment in the mere animal excitement which held sway over their minds to commune alone with his ow...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 27 February 1880

i <(!.)um))vfourjj \ -?V l*i?i><m' ibr tlie People .11. G. SlIKUlDAN, 1 ,, ' . , I ... l w ? Proprietors. Jam ks L. Sims, ) 1 ' ' St'llSCIttlTlON. .One Year.&l r><> Six Months.1 <><> ! iMhii.-UTs ofJ'tlio (Jospt-1. 1 OO ADvr.UTlSlNO UATKS. ...P!{y<?t Insertion, per suuare.1 <><> Kiieb Subsequent Insertion.r>0 ji5P*Liberal contracts nuiuu ior three ( months und longcrjicrlods. All transient advertisements must be paid iVr in uitv;ineo. ' iMuiS'htyus ami Notices of Deaths, not nuking over buu square, inserted tree, mid solicited. Ky^VVo are not responsible .for the \Views of our Correspondents. Ah IStislness CpniinijnteatIons,Letters for rubltcatioii, and Orders Ibr.Bub&crtp tion, ait well iu yll Aib'crtj?cmciils, should be addressed to ' ?HEIMO AN & SIMS, Orangebur?;, S. C. OUAKUKUUKti/S. C.; FKIlULAUY 27, 14>S0. ^otes. ?The Wtjotern i?erinatis arc op posed lo Grant and favor Bayard. ?In the midst of life wo are in daily ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 27 February 1880

j?_ Pupox* i'or tlio People, Open from ludf-pnHt 8 to 10 o'clock A. M., und] from half-past 10 A. M. to 1 P. >M. Columbin mall closes at 10 A, M. and ? the Charleston) wall at half-past 5 P. M. On ?Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for l FoUlervHltf, Vances Ferry and Holly Hill < closes at half-past 7 A. M. ? On Fridays a mail for Knott's Mills) ? "Witt's Mills and Eishos' Storo closes a, i half-past 2 P. M. RAILROAD TIME TABLET"" The trains arrive at Orangcburg as fol lows: from Charleston. No. 1. Day....9 58 A. M. :2S'o. 13, Day...1 17 P. M. No. 5, Night.9 48 A. M. from coi.UMllIA. No. 0. Nl2ht?.~.1 20 A. M. No. 14. Day..10 17 A. M. .No. 2, Evening.....0 15 F. M. In addition to the above trains there n through Northern Express Train which Stsses Oraugeburg as follows.: Going orth, 10 Pi M.j going South, 0 A. M. T. O. Dawson, Local Agent. .orangeuurg, S. C\, february 27,.1S80. Notice.? We have made arrange ments with the .proprietors of the JVcics and Courier to club their mam iino...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 27 February 1880

' ?-??-" ??????????? Tho Choico. t, * MVldoll shall It bu dear mother? 1 To \v It loh home shall 1 <:o-? ?"Mar grand nhl ctlSllo beside tire ^sca, Or iho lit11o brown eotToloW? '?Which shall it be. Bear mother? A plain wliito'lttifSiiri gown, ~ Ortho debest-mrd rarest of lace ami silk To be lonu'd in ltislcj'towh? j "Which -shall It be dear mother? A'rtny. plain gold ting. Or a w isnlt 1? of diamonds. getnS most rare, 't hat would ransom u eaptlve king?*' **My child your heart must answer Tiie ipicstion your lips have asked, l.csr, sowing in pride, you sorrow When the harvest is overpast. ''Choose with your heart, my dar.lhig, | Let pride he swept away; Klowecs an! In Ire r than jewels, (hither them while you may, l*Oflen glhterlng dlatnuiftts Conceal hut an aujdllg brow, And the chill heart's hitter thjobbings Hear record to falsehood's vow. '?Truth is the brig litest jewel Thai womanhoodiCru wear?r Never a 5ll\?? 11 loboe?n eure A heart gl own sie'? \\ it h eure. "This world is...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 5 March 1880

"Vol. II, 2STo. IG. SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. Suuscuiptiox. One Year.SIM Six Months.1.00 Minister? of the Gospel.J .00 AnvKUTISKMKNTS. '* First InstcrUoii.-51.00 JCaoh Subsequent Insertion...Bp Liberal eontraets inailu for <i month and over. , JOB OFFICE 13 I'l'.Kl'AJIKP JO UO jjkLI. KINDS OF Job 3?idiltmg The Sunny South. Dr. John C. DuBois, a well known resident of Hudson, has lately com pleted the election of a delightful house in Orangeburg, South Carolina, and removed to that place with his family ,for the winter. A, private let ter from Dr. DuBpis gives some in teresting j facts concerning Orange burg and its surroundings, from which wc take the liberty of making the fol lowing extracts: "The South Carolina railroad runs 4'rom Charleston northwest lb.rough the centre of the Slate, and forks like the letter Y, the right hand arm *o ing to Columbia, the capital; the left hand to Augusta, Ga. At the fork of the Y is Branchville, 17 miles north of which, on the Columbia...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 5 March 1880

Vol. II? ? ORANGFBUllG, S. C., FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1880, iSTo. 10. SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. Sunscturnox. One Year.SI.50 Hix Months.1.00 Minister? of tho Gospel.1.00 A DV EKTISKJIKNTS. * First Instertion.91.00 Each Subsequent Insertion.-ftp j Liberal contracts "maelo for 3 month ; nml over. I JOE pFJJTCE IS HiKl'AJtKJ) TO 1)0 ALL KINDS OK J o~b 3?-rixati9rig Tho Sunny South. Dr. John C. DuBois, n well known resident of Hudson, has lately com pleted the erection of a delightful house in Orangcburg, South Carolina, and removed to that place with his family for the winter. A, private let ter from Dr. DuBpis gives sonic in teresting I facts concerning Orangc burg and its surroundings, from which we tak,o the liberty of making the fol lowing extracts : "The South Carolina railroad runs 4'rom Charleston northwest through the centre of the State, and forks like the letter Y, the right hand arm go ing to Columbia, the capital; the left hand to Augusta, Ga. At the fork of the Y is Brnne...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 5 March 1880

-..um tun Iii ii -aifcitTniu-ri^ir.-ir/.rfwur^twaj-i-ra i^Avwyi p.dy.'t ?*? rTl MW rt f'vvvl ! V.-' 141 M.Vj Vl\?<*>**J j^Jv4?W*JV'Vl'V* II. G. SlIKMOAX, I , , .. > Proprietors. Jamks Ii. Sims, ) 1 SU?SGIU frros. One War.'..i ..'.SO l>l(}jltll/i.:1 <><> Mhii>i?rs of the Uuspc).1 "OO ?-o? ... . ?* ^ AllVKItTISIKO KA7.1\"?. ]?']*?<{ Ins? Hitiii, pur syuaro.'..1 OO Kaeh tiubsequent Insertion.SO ? ?i5r"l^il??''-."l contracts manu ior tin *.??* tnoiii.il> ami loiijgcr period-}. All transient advertisements most be pal'l J'or.bi uUvanee. . ^ajriajres und Notices of Death*, nol ii^kinj; ?ivtfi* one square, Inserted live, und .-oiiciti d. ? -o? JQ"'W?>. nie not responsible for tbe, views of our Correspondents. AH Business Communications; Letters'' for I'ublieuiiout niuj Orders lorN^bscrip-. Hon. ns well as ;di(J Advertisements, siiould be aUdrcttsetl'fo 1 *' ' '"' ' ' "??' SiIEI*FF)AN & SJMS, * tyrah?rebiu ?;, S. C. OltAKOKUUItq, S. C. ^lAKCii ?, 1SS0...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 5 March 1880

M?mailtm iwurIiT i i i | m nr i r I ? rr?WMJOC A. Pni)or lor lino reople. 3?OHtoill?'?i Mbitif?. Open' from JiuTf>fihKt 8 to 10 o'clock A. M., and from h?lf-past 10 A. M. to 1 1* M. Columbia mail closes at 10 A. M. and the Charleston mail at balf.pasC? V. M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a 'mail" for FeUlorvllle, Vllllces Ferry and Holly Hill closes at half-past 7 A.M. On Fridays a. mail for Knott's Mills} Witt's Mills aud Rlshes' Store closes a, half-past 2 P. M. ._ ? ? - ? 11A1LHOAD TIME TABLE. The trains arrive at Orangcburg as fol lows : ? "' from charleston. No. 1. Day.9 5S A. M. No. fy'Pay....'...I 17 P. M. 'No. G, Night....'........:.:.2 4S A. M. from coeumma. No. G, Nt^ht...'.'.....:........1 20 A. M. No. 14. Day.......10 17 A. M. No..2, Evening..:..::...0 15 P. M. In addition to the above trains there is a through Northern Express'1 rain which passes Orangeburg as follows: Going North, 10 P.M.; going South, G A. M. T. O. Dawson, Local Agent. Orangeburg, (J., marcn 5. ^SSO. Not...

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