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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 5 March 1880

"I Will Go." *'[ will go I" Yes, leaving ?11 AH tlie life Mutt, erst 1 knew; Former love*, or great or.snudl Leaving all. I love theo so, With tlieu chosen, 1. will.go. 1 will j;o?from girlhood here Sunny with it's home born love Jnio woman's higher sphere {"Where the lights and shadows move; And life's cares I then shall know, Yet, 1 answer, 1 will go. . 1 will go?to bless thy way ,( hi-rr with a jrinlle voiee Make (lie happy every day, In thy lighest smile rejoice, 'All thy curt^-idid joys' to know As my own?yes I will gO; I will jro to walk with thee On, lhe rugge'' path of life, 1 will t ry a help to bo. , ;Shn>ihg with thee in the strife I will never lea'vc thee?no'-* ,'1'ill Ijod opUs ipe?I will go. fl J/ i IM'* i I w ill go?stand at thj side 'In tlie sunshine in the shade ?i wtU let no cloud divide This one life, our two have made, Nobler?stronger love shall <rrow Reaching beavenwood?I will go. Newly-Marriod Ccuples. It is the happiest and most virtuous slate of society...

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. — 12 March 1880

v^HERIPAN, & SIMSI;F:,oprictor.s. SUPSOIUPTIQN. ,One Year.Sl-?O Six Months........1.00 .Ministers of the Gospel.1-00 AlJVKUTISKMENTS. ,l< irst Insterti'on.:....?1 .uo (Eaotl Subsequent Insertion.?? Liberal cpntructs inaclo for 3 month nnd over. JOI3 OiF-FICE 18 rilKPABJSO TO DO. ALL.KINDS OF, fj o 1 > ~P i?i ii ?i rrg A Significant Incident. Jn one of tho battles of tbe late Oivar, young Doctor D-, tbcn a vvolunteer captain, in the Union army, led his men ,up. to a hand-to-hand tight .with a Confederate regiment. -"I never," said the captain, "had hilled a man before. It was a mass , of men I fought?an idea, the Jwholc vSouthr?not the individal. . lk:VVkcn I found myself, therefore, .slashing away at a stout, blue-eyed I fellow, who might be some woman's husband, and some child's father, I confess my courage gave way. I actually shut my eyes as I hacked desperately at him with my sword. His arm fell helplessly, -and be drop ped from his horse. "An hour later, I saw him in ...

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. — 12 March 1880

A Taper Cor tli<* JPooplo II. G. SlIKItlDAK. I ? Jamks L. Sims, [ ^?Pvietors. SdlSCttllTION. One Venr.trsi i**<> Six Mouths.I <><> Mlld-ler* of the Gospel. I OO ?o? advkktis1ko uatk3. K!v*t Insci-lion, per stjnare.1 <M> Ktieh hiihsequent Insertion.C>0 SS^'Llberal contracts inaue lot llnee months anil louder period:*. All transient idlvcrliscnicnU must lie paid lor iu iidvaiieu. Marriages mid .Voiiees of DonOis. nol jutkitij; over one square, inserted iiw. and bylk'tled. ? ?o? 5SP"*We are not responsible for the view* of our Correspondents. All Business Communications. Letters for rubliealiou, and Orders lor Stihserip tlotij 11.1 wed iia all Advertisements; eliouid he addressed to Sil EH I DAN & SIMS. Orttnarebtii'", S. C< Okaxokiu'iu:, S. C., Makcii 12. 1SS0. Notes. ?And now Postmaster-Gen. Key, that solitary old line Whig who com poses the Hayes party in the South, is said to be humbctcd among ihe Graiit third-termers. ?The New York Tribune boom...

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. — 12 March 1880

A. Puper ibr il?<e People, Poisrt?illoo XioilVH. Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A. M., and front lndf-past 10 A. M. to 4 P. M, CObuubia mall closes at 10 A. M. and the ChaHesron mail at bait".past? P. M. On TuesxhiVB and Fridays n nmii for Foldervllle, Vances Ferry und Holly Hill closes at half-past 7 A, M. On Fridays a mail for Knott's Mills] Witt's Mills and Rishcs' Store closes a, half-past 2 P. M. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. The trains arrive at Orangeburg as foi lotvs: from charleston. N'o. 1. Day....0 ?S A. M. No. 13, Day.1 17 P. M. No. 5, Night.2 IS A. M. from ?oi.UMWA. No. 6, Nisbt.1 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 Orangeburg as follows: Going North, 10 P. M.; going South, ? A. M. T. O. Dawson, Local Agent. Orangeburg, S. C, March 12. isso. Notice.?We have made arrange ments with the proprietors of the JSFcws and Courier to club their mam moth Weekly with...

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. — 12 March 1880

n?mamrnmit mau mu warn tm jwawaiiBiiiii jBSBS A Folded Leaf. A (bided pngoj Old, stained and blurred, I found within your hook last night, I did hot read the dim, dark word I saw ill the slow waning light; So put it hack, and left it there, As it, In li nth. 1 did not care. Ah! wo have all a folded leaf 'Thai in Time's hook of long ago We leave : a half-relief Falls on us when we hide It so. Wo fold it down, nod turn nway And who may road thai page l lay? Kot you, my child ; nor you. my wife. Who sit beside my study chair; F.? ? all have some!hing in their life That I hey, ami they .done, may bear? A trilling lie, a deadly sin. A something hought ihey did not win. My folded leal! llOW blue ej e- gleillll And Idol I he dark brown eyes I see; And giihhm curla at evening beam Above tue black locks at my knee! Ah me! that leaf is folded down, And aye for me the locks are brown. Ami yet I love I hem who >it by, My best and dearest?dearest now, They may not know for what I sigh, What I...

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. — 19 March 1880

SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. SunsoitiiTiox. One Year.81-30 Six Moni Iis.1.00 Ministers of t he OosmjpI.J .00 A ?V EltTISIiM ENTS. First. Instertion.91-00 Kaoh Subsequent Insertion.*?0 Liberal contracts made for 3 month np'l over. JOI3 OFFICE is I'itEI'ABEI) TO I>0 ALT. KINDS OF Jo~b Printing St. Matthews, Editor Orangehurg Democrat: We were your country cousins once, hut now claim to be your sister, und I wouldn't be surprised if soon we don't become your father, not }'our first father of course, but your sec ond ; and it's always those }'ou know who give the children particular jessy (if you'll excuse the phrase). But very peaceably do wo always hope to live by our respected sister, and in the langnage of Mr. Dick Swivellcri "May the wings of friendship never moult a feather." As you have generously hinted to us that a word or two occasionally of our welfare here in St. Matthews, will be acceptable to you, and as we have not as yet, classed a newspaper organ among our other...

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. — 19 March 1880

-V. I^mjj?i? i\tx' tlio l>eoi>l*i II. G. SlIEUIOAN, ) . , James I, Sims, } Proprietors. SL|iSCi:il'TION. One Year.Ifj1! -">(> Sin Months.......?....?..1 <>0 Ministers of the Uospel. 1 ?t> ?o? aovkutisiko hat ks. l*;vM Insertion, per gmiare.I <><> Kao!i Subsequent Insertion.?"><> R5frT"Iilb'?*r:il contracts inane |i?r tliree mouthy and longer periods. All transient advertisements must be puhl for in ml Valien. Marriages ami Notices of Deaths, not unking ov?r one sun.'ijtV bjsprt^d tree, and solicited,. ._ r>? '/??j^Wo arp not' responsible for the views of.pqr Correspondents. Ad lousiness Commuiileatlons. Letters for1 Publication, aiUl Orders lor Subscrip tion, as well as all Advertisements, ftlsuiild be addressed to . SIlEltlDAN & SIMS. Oranjrcbur?. S. C. OiVakgkuuuo, S. C, m Aitcn 10, ksso. Notes. -^If ti lown wonU] build up, it must invite capital and business by hearty welcome and Hank hospitality. Rail road facilities and advantage...

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. — 19 March 1880

?. Paper for tlio People, l^ostoillco Hourfs? Oppn from hulf-pnBt 8 to 10 o'clock A. M., tfnd from hidf-nast 10 A. ?L to 4 P. Columbia mull closes at 10 A, M. and tbe Charleston mall at half.past'Q P. ?J.' Ou Tuesdays and Fridays a mall for Feldervllle, Vanees Ferry and Holly Hill closes at half-past 7 A. M. On Fridays a mail for Knott's Mills} Witt's Willis and ltlsbes' Store closes a, half-past 2 P. M. ? ItAIJ.RfrAp^'lMV: TABLE. The trains arrlvp aj; prapgeburg as fol .l?w's": from charleston. No. 1; Pay.......9 ?S A. M. No. 13, Day......1 17 P. M. No. 5, Night.2 48 A. M. from coi.umiua. .No. 0, Night.1 20 A. M. No. 14. Day.10 17 A. M. No. 5?, Evening.? 15 P. M. In addition to tbe above trains there Is n through Northern Express Train which nnss$8,.?rangebprg as follows: Going North, 10 P. M.jgqing South, G A. M. T. O. DXwsoN, Local Agpnt. OitAKO?nuaG, s. c, Maiicii 19.1SS0. Notice.?We have made arrange ments with the proprietors of the Ncios and Courier to club their mam moth Wee...

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. — 19 March 1880

A. Paper for tlio 1*001)10. Vostolllce Howes. Oppn from half-pant 8 to 10 o'clock A. M., ttpd from Imlf-ppst 10 A. M. to 1 P. ?? Columbia mail closes at 10 A. M. nud the Charleston mall at half.past'f> P. M.' On Tuesdays and Fridays a malt for FetdervlUe, Vances Ferry and Holly Bill closes at half-past 7A.M. On Fridays a mail for Knott's Mills) 1 Witt's Mills and Riehes' Store closes a,' half-past 2 P. M. R AI LRcrAT^l'l M JC 'I* A BIJC. The trains arrive aj. Qrqpgeburg as fol from CHARLESTON. No. 1. Day.....9 58 A. M. No. 13, Day.......1 17 P. M. No. 5, Night.2 48 A. M. FROM COLUMBIA. ,No. O.Nisht.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 n through Northern Express Train which passqp,.Qraugcbprg as follows: Going North, 10 P. M.; going South, ? A. M. T. O. D'XwsoN, Local Agpnt OitANGKnuno, S. C, MAlten 10,1880. Notick.?We have wade arrange roents with the proprietors of the News and Courier to club their mam moth Wee...

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. — 19 March 1880

Wit and Humor. ?Business troubles, especially the luzy. -?An Ohio editor has been lined 1 cent for calling a man a "scala wag. ?Newspapers, religion and milk tickets ought to he paid for in ad vance. ?The beauty of a man's parting bis bair in the middle appears to be that it, gives both ears an equal chance to Hip. ?"Does your wile play eucbtc?" paid one. "No," replied the other, rubbing bis bead, "but sbe4s death on poker." ?This is the season of the year when venerable bens enter their sec ond childhood, and are broiled for spring chickens. ?One good lie, well stuck to is worth a dozen mean, little vacillating prevarications. If you must lie be manly about it. ?A priest asked of a condemned prisoner in a Paris jail: "What kind of a conscience have you?" It is good as new," replied the prisoner, '?for 1 have never used it." ?Where a woman," says Mrs. Fartinglon, " has been married with a congealing heart, and one that beats deaponding to her own, she will nevor want to enter the ma...

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. — 26 March 1880

SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. SUUSCUIl'TIOX. One Year.i.81.50 Six Months.1.00 Ministers of tho Gospel.1.00 AUVKHTISKMENTB. First Instcrtlon.$1.00 Kncli Subsequent Insertion.B0 Liberal contracts made lor 3 month jin'l over. I JOB OFFICE 18 1>REI?ARKD TO DO ALL KINDSOV J"ol) Printing North and South. In an article ou "industrial devel opment South," the New York Times says: "The North grows and prospers under the idea that we arc a nation, and that the States are bound togeth er by common interests and a com mon destiny. Tbe South worries it self over the maintenance of the sepe ratc sovereignty of States, and ne glects to apply itself to the work of industrial development, upon which the relative strength of sections de pends. In straining to preserve its political solidity it is in danger of keeping iteelf solid in its lack of en terprise, in its want of variety of in dustries, in the backwardness of its commercial appliances and in tbe slenderness of its population aud re so...

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. — 26 March 1880

-1?j- ::ijvt* a-1 .ia'??' niim?tuwmim? fA. I?Mp?r lor t.l?o JL*o<>i>l<>. Jamks L. Sims, | 1 ? ??.-.r/i.: f b.uu?C:u/J'ti<W,. t.,: (n .One Yi iir.$S I f50 ?Six Mom Iis..I <><> Mini.?ters.?-J* tUo.thi.sniJ.,1 OO ^LJ I I I til i' i'M Ct O lj auvkkti.SIMi UATK3. ^-tfU'^^tyuvUP UmwOvmw.> SSJTJ liberal contracts nuiuu tur three ?^f?iii?M'ntUnWi^i |H'Hoil>'. ? ? ?dlAMl ti austeilt iidv?rilseiMtuilx inuut bej .rfJMl1 ^A" ^wH'Klb.. ?? ?? ? Miin iii"gs and Notices of Death*. lH'l ? 'vHftinii?r^ uv^'ontiSquare, 5signed free. o are not responsible for the Hwws W1 our Correspondent 9. a ?AU^4?Pliies1:^j?)A>>iiiuill< uX;iaiiB. fa'ttel h tifefti'tt^Jr^uiiwijAud fJtifitoi,,u' tf&Vr^rfp ? jtluiV.* ?3 well US all' Advertisements, pftoojd*J?i;utd reused to .?joWvj? (i/tii SHEIMDAN'ft SIMS. 099 I fiKti . . ... .,.(>i:ai'{ro'?lu?, S. (3. ' 'rUKAN<i'i-:i:i;iaj'. S. C., Maiuii :><!. l.S?0. alu - <- ??; Notes 1 " J!|*^TIio New York ^mj^ys: tkT...

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. — 26 March 1880

-g aaegg gggggggg -(V 1'iipcr lor i lio !L*<M>i>lt>. [iDl-Jt? ft^lOltW ,Voprielors. Jamks Ii. Sims, | 1 . - , bl u.-jVlVJ'tjon. ? ,<)nc Year.5^51 f?0 ?Six Months.. ..1 <><> Muii>tcrs.?>i' (In: t?'spij. I <><> IX ! ' i I t '-fiM CPO l/? !>vi:i; i isim; uatks. iflWrTirthttoYi: per viffmro..1 orv Knp.li Snhscuiieill lii-ci litoi..;.jC>*> jfc?J*TlJheraI contracts iiitmu ior tlocc months mill longer periods. All transient advertisement* must be .^ja'jtl lor an iulvane,j0 , .. Mnriiagcs ami Xolice.- of I>eatnpl ,hakrug over one square, inserted free. ? oiid solicitedJ?j V |j i nlft ? \79m ^"?Wo arc not responsible for the ?View's of our Correspondents. All^iusines^X^ooiinuHlcafioiiB. Letters , lor.Publication,and Orders }<u Subscrip tion, as well tu; all Advertisements, shottbl be addressed to SHERIDAN A SIMS. Orange!.mg, S. O. Okanui ni;7;<J. S. <'.. MAliCII 2(8, !>><?. ti lo . > It i lUlto, ?'jL'hc New Yolk Su...

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. — 26 March 1880

./V 1*?|>?J1' Ibr Iii? IN'oplo. Jamks L. Sims, | 1 ,Onc Year.....srril ."?<> ?Six Mouths... ........I OO Mhd.-tcrs.nJ' ihe .(.inSpd. I OO 11 ? X ! tili '??r??-t CIO V!? a i?v kktisi n< ? ua'it.s. l-???PiTfsnrtmn To O Kaoh [Si|U/C<iMv'UV l.nsci lion.;*.;...^>*> iUf* "Jiiberal contracts inane i?*r three jiroiiihs rtihf loVi H'r period.--. MliAHt transient advertisement:* must be ,^Hi(l lor in uiivsiucjb.. Marriages a ml. Notices of Deaths, not .nakmg-' 'ovOr' one 'i-'ipiaie, inserted lice. fiOnU:?i'lie.iUAU' V) >*J3?llft 11 ?PtTTl ii >' ? e su e not responsible for the 'vleivs id'our Correspondents. ??< Aliyinpines^^^iinuiltentinus, Letters , lor.rMbl^euMMMv^nd Order* hu Subserip ' floi'i. us well its nil Advertisements, plioidd bo ;ublreused to SHERIDAN & SIMS. Onuige.hurg, S. U. ' 'uitAMiKut t;?;. s. ('.. Maisch ?-?<!. 1SS0. ;.b'>v ": ? J ? - ??" ? ; Notes. : '" ' .?'j^he New Yoik Sjmsnys: "The Fui'ly-aiKtb Congress bids fair to dis tinguish i...

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. — 26 March 1880

Jk. l?iix>ox* ibr tHo Peoi>lo, X"os*tolll<?<5 Iloui'.s. Open from half-past S to It) o'clock a. M-., und front' ball-past 10 a. M. to l P. ^Columbia nu\H closes at 10 a. M. and tbo Charleston mall at half-past5P. M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a inaii for FelderVllle, Vnneos Perry und Holly Hill ?CtdSes at half-past 7 a. m. i(On ?'Fridays a mail for Knott's Mills}, "WMt's'ftlills and Pishes' Store closer a, i .hatf-l>ast 2 P. M. o?? ?B?ILKO?D time table. "Tf/jie^lrains arrive at Orangeburg as fol from charleston. HW.vl^JD*y.0 ?S a. m. NV>. 13, Day.l 17 P. M. NO.'5, Night.2 IS a. M. "" from columbia. SW.'tf.'Ntelit.1 20 a. m. No.lt, Day.10 17 a. m. Np. 2, Evening.? 15 P. m. ' In addition to tbo above trains there is ?r," ? _,. VT-...i. t.>_r?,_?,.. ...I.:..I. OllANOEBHRO, S. C, MARCH 20. 1SS0. Notice.? Wc have made arrange mchts with the proprietors of tbe JYiu's and Courier to club their mam moth Weekly with the Democrat at $3 per annum, for both papers, cash iu adv...

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. — 26 March 1880

"I Cannot Help it Now." How well I knew her childhood, Its blossoms sweet und fair, When rounded into beauty, A dower beyond compare; I watched the little cherub, i . The glory of her eye And recognized the heaven Within its cloudless sky. 1 also knew her girlhood, Its graces all her own; It seemed a very fairy, Titnuia on her ihrouu. And 1 confess, I watched her, Like other foolish men; Until tnv heart grew earnest, 1 could not help it then. The years that eamo unuotiocd With memories sweet were strown, And when this noblclady To womanhood bad grown, She wore its crown, so queenly That with a daring pen I wrote and, trembling, told her-? 1 could not help it, then. She smiled and left it dreaming Forever in my heart, I turned and saw her acting, In woman's suprctuust part; And musing there, 1 watched her ltepeat the solemn vow ; I 6aw her and I loved her, And 1 cannot help it, now. Wit and Humor. ?Many an embryo hunter began by practicing on the quince pre serves. ?St. Louis girls h...

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. — 2 April 1880

1 "Vol. II. ORANGEBTJRG, S. C, FttlDAY, APRIL 2, 1880. !N"o. 14. SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. Su.nscniirriON. One Ycnr.81 GO Six Months.1.00 Ministers of tho Gospel.1.00 Adveutisehents. First Instertlon.81.00 Each Subsequent Insertion.50 Liberal contracts made for U month and over. JOB OFFICE IS rUSrAUK? TO DO ALL KIM DSC* JoTb Fainting The Fence Law in the South. Editor Orangsburg Democrat: As you have opened your columns for the discussion of the Fence Law, I enclose an article from the -Home and Farm, which I think commends itself to every intelligent farmer in the county, and ask its insertion. St. Matthe-WS. There is considerable interest mani fested over the effort now being made, in some sections of tbc South, to abolish the old unjust law whereby each farmer is compelled to fence bis fields; and to compel instead, the owners of stock to coufino them. Wherever intelligence becomes wide ly disseminated, the injustice and folly of the present law is recognized, and the opp...

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. — 2 April 1880

il. G. SilKltlDAN, i Jamks L. Sims/} Proprietors. SUHSCltll'TION. One Vi-tir.s$l r><> tflx .Mouths..1 lQO(| jMii.iMers ill ilu? Uds|><?L,.\ A1 OO'-j ""Vir-fti???-'iiinn-) i A J > VIC Ifi'lSt NO It AT ICS. F! ?*st I nst rib nr.. per 'so. I wW. :t ???... l i <tf< > Kaub ^utitH-qqiail jji*ia'|^oo...?.,......rf ^> ikS^IJbu'iU'e'Mifravls iwimu lOr tlilci AiluiilhU Ini<I h>u?cr pcitrWls.' ?' ' ' All Jiuusicub tidvertiseinuittff must! be pahl fur iu advance. . .Marriages und, XiMlecK of Deaths, not juiUiu*' ovty':b/jfc square, 'uiseVleu. free, and solicited- : . ' ? . r | f??^'Wo -are not responsible lor the view trot' out"(Wruspoiideltts: AU Utwliieni Coiuuiunleatlous. Letters for Publication, and Orders for Subscrip tion, 'as well' as all Advertisements, ?boitld be addressed to ???Mi ' SHERIDAN & SIMS. OriiO?rijliiir<r, S, (J. OuAkukuuuo, S. C. Armi. 2. ksso. Notes. ???Will advertising pay?" is a veiy old question and it has been proven that it ...

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. — 2 April 1880

c O" A. 1?t\i><%\" ioi* "tlio l^ooi)!?. X^ontjOilljc?? Honrs. Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A. M., ami from hair-Bast 10 A. M. to 1 P. m. giftfrei Colm?biu jhfull! Closes at 10 A. M. and the Cha'ifroston mall at half-past ? P. M. On Tuesdays \and Fridays a mail for Fcldcrvillc, Vauccs Ferry und Holly Hill closes utnlialfjpagt 7 A. M. On Friday8 Jt).mail for Knott's Mills) "Wilt's Mills and. Rlshes' Store closes a, hail-pas^.2 P/M._ K?lLilOAD TIME TABLE. The trains ?rrivo at Orangcburg as fol lows: , ?>? r. t i ?'? ? C.n kr?v .charleston. No. 1. ?ny. ..-.K-.0 58 A. M. No. 13, Pay.1 17 P. M. No. 5, WfghU^.Av.2 IS A. M. .a.'iarjiosr columuia. No. G, Ni?ht.....?.1 20 A. M. No. H.4Myw,. .10 17 A. M. No. 2, Evunlng,.....<.0 15 P. M. In addition-t? tho ab?vo trains there Is I a through --Northern Express Train which passes ^rahgebdrg as follows: Going] Nortb/IO P.M.; going South, G A. M. - tVi O. Dawson, Local Agent. orangbdurg, s. 0., april 2. 1s80. Notice;?We have made ...

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. — 2 April 1880

f ? Uli I I KIIMMB?Mm?BWWl?l?MM?l Somo Pay, You will miss mc, soiiio day, from your circle? You wi'l call, but my hps will bo still; y r tbu voice that now thrills you will slumbor In tiic graveyard just over tbu bill. Yo t'd remombur, soiuo duy, bow jour lingers Once iwiued through my glossy brown bull ; Ah! tin; touch of your soft hand was tender Ah musks of dreams on the air. Somo day you will sit by the llrusidc, And you'll look for my sail, quiet face; Ami the hot tears will rain irom your eyelids, While 1 lie In my low resting-place. Then the oask? t of memory unclasping, O'er its jewels fond fancy will play ; | When the grief trulghted bouI bows in angnisli, Yon will think of my words?somo day. Thus the acid and worin? ord of sorrow, burns the chalice of lite into gull; For the crushed heart there's no bright to-ui >rrow, And the green soil will cover us all. Farewell! Hho.ll my nipnc be forgotten? Furtive and think kindly ol me; In that beautiful land that Is coming. Sumo...

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