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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 6 June 1879

TUM OHA SC* Kitt! KU TD1K8. ISst'KO 1 l'KliY l l'.IDAY MoUMNO ftE?iicii?3IP& KUWAKMS? i'ropHftors. STILUS K. MEM.il'll Uli" l'ililor. ^Toririri ot' Sufos>i;i'ipt.ioii Une C>'/iy one Year.i-l 00 " " Six Moni.hu. 7-3 WuWs of Advertising. On* Square Ist Insertion .VI 00 Each Subsequent " . 50 .Votices inserted in Local Column at2Qcper Line. All Subscriptions und Transient Advertise' mthts to bv. paid for in Advance. ?>GV We are in uo way responsible lor tlic views or opinions of our Correspond HUH. I KII'AY, .K NK 15, 1S70. He Situation. Ii e "News si <i Courier"mijs: ' Ko riior Hampton, we notice, is repotted as saying that the pcop.o <;f South Cnii in.a, and of tlic South gtneially, lliink that Mio Appropria tion bills, and partieulatlv the Army bill, ought to be passed. We respect fcuator Hampton's opinions, hut, in this instance, wo tire louiideul he misjudges the people. There ii a ftiot'g desire lor <p i-t and rest. <;i' Miurto, tFpet ially iu eommcreial ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 6 June 1879

The Orancetiftlrtr Time? Ja O C J? Ta PtoHtofiieo Hours. Open from 8:.'t0to 10 A.M. Open from 10:80 A. M. to 1 1?. M. Ouand ?fter the 1-th inst., the Columbia mail will be opened and delivered each hiebt, Columbia mail closes at 10 A. M. "Charleston mail closes at 5::50 I*. M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for Felderville, Vance* Ferry and Holly Hill, elo*ea at 7.:'.0 A M On Fridays a mail for Knotts' mills, "Wittrt' millrt* and Kishc.V ?tore, closes at 2:30 P: M. The Kalii Ott Tuesday, was quite refreshing and beneficial to gardens und crops. - mm ? ? *? -- The First Okra we have so -n this season was grown by Mrs. J. M. D ura v. . . - mm- ? ? *$ce Advertisement Of Mr. Janice Vau Tas3el in tanother column. An Old E-'oikw Concert Is saui to l.<* iti contemplation by the Voting folks. Fine Jvrlek From Sunny Side, owned and for sale by A. B. Walker. Zion Towgsr-.ltin Democratic Club will moot Fri lay th.o 14th inelnut, to elect delegates to the County Convention. Fisblng Sterns to...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 6 June 1879

The Last Armed Soldier. A man who had the appearance of having just awakened from a sleep of twelve or fifteen years ai rived in tho city hist week, on Iiis way South. He claims to be native of Georgia, to have been a Confederate soldier of the late war, and since the close of hostilities to have lived in Massachu setts. His elolii. ! were ragged in the extreme, and looked as though the pieces had hardly .strength f. > hold together. The stranger carrio I with him the musket ho had borne through the War, rusty and lime-worn, and on his Lack and side were strapped his ktapsack and cartridge box. Mo Eiiys he is the last armed soldier of the Confederacy, and that he is now tramping from Massachusetts to his old home in Georgia, which he has not seen for tunny uyc nr. Though his naked skin could be seen in many places through his ragged-clothing, and his .soiled heard rea :he 1 I ?wn to his waist, the man? by his convers i ti^n ? exhibits great iiitolligon m. II.? v nlki d yi s-terdn...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 13 June 1879

ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. > GOD JV.TST? OUR COUNTRY. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE - _ -1 VOLUME VI FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1879. NUMBER Ig K WEED k Koud nri thebest. npiIEJ AVJSEI) >B cheaper than the JL cheapest. Tf am oirering the WEED on the best of X. terms and prices. IWill put in a full set of attachments (Tucker, Ruflller &c.) to cash buyers. IWill guarantee the Machine to be first class and substantial. jplall in and try il; as often as you feel like it until you aro satisfied, then sec if the price can be beat JOHN A. HAMILTON. Next to Henry Kohn. BLAGKSMITHING AN l) HO HSESI IOEIXG. The undersigned respectfully informs the public that he has opened at the shop op vosite Mr. Joseph Harley where he is pre pared to do all kind of wurk in his line on the shortest notice and in the best work manlike manner. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction, aud prices to suit the pre heat times. W. ARNOLD, apr'l 2? ly. Call at the v OF SOIMvXTKTTK ft, L.QI? v \} Before purchasing elsewhere,...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 13 June 1879

THE OAANGOBUKO TIMES. ISSUED EVERY IT.IDA Y MORNING HiaiilCiiASiP & UmVAUMS, I'roprtetors. STILES k. MElIJcIIAMP Editor. Torms of Subscription* One Copy one Year.$1 00 " " Six Mont/is. 75 Itatos of Advertising. One Square. \?t Insertion.SI 00 Each Subsequent " . W Notices inserted in Local Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to he paid for in Advance JGSay are in no way responsible (or the views or opinions of onr Corronpoml FRIDAY, JI NK 13, 1879. Dr. Weitster Again. In accordance with our intimation in our lout, wo resume the subject of Dr. Webster's letter to day. No be'.lor denial of Ilm bald and barefaced statement that tho colored pcoplo arc denied their political rights here is needed than the living fact that colored men represent the Democracy of Orangeburg and ?South. Carolirn iu the Lcgie'ature through tl e votes of the white people. Politically the Democrats have been far more generous than tho Republicans. Never once have tho Repu...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 13 June 1879

Tho Orangobiirg Times gl. o cyjL 3Li PostolHco llOUl'S. Open from 8:30 to 10 A. M. Open from 10:30 A. M. to 1 P. M. On ami after the 1-lh inst., the Columbia mail will bo opened and delivered each night. Columbia mail closes at 10 A.M. Charleston mail closes at 5:30 1'. M. On Tuesdays and Frid ivb a mail for Felderville, Vanccs Ferry and Holly Hill, closes at 7:30 A. M. On Fridays a mail for Knot Is' mills. "Witts' mills and liishes' Store, closes at 12:30 V' M. The Town Cart Is busy hauling mirth and root'dy ing the irregularities of our town. jLooh Out? The Board of Health will bo around today. Keep your premises olenu. Crops* Throughout the County, uro re ported to be doing finely, 3Rit>e Tomatto - Mr. l'billip 1 ierlaub show cd us a rij e tt'ir.alto ibis wee'*. The Z.xit ho ran Conference Convenes in Orangoburg on the 5th Sabbath in this month. A ser mon will probably be preached iu German To flic Front With more bargains in dress goods, piques, lawns, calicos, linens, in fac...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 13 June 1879

The Orangebuirg Times LO C JL PoHtollice lloiii-h. Open from 8:30 to 10 A. M. Open from J0:^0 A. M. to -1 P. M. Ou ami after the 1-th inst., the Columbia mail will he opened and delivered each night. Columbia mail closes al 10 A.M. Charleston mail closes at 6:30 P. M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for Felderville, Vances Ferry and Holly Hill, closes at 7:30 A. M. On Fridays a mail for Knotts' mills, AVitts* mills ?nd Kishes' Store, closes at 2:30 P- M. The Town Cart Is busy hauling north and rectify ing the irregularities of our town. Xiook Out? The Board of Health will bo around today. Keep your premises clean. Crops Throughout tho County, are re ported to he doing finely, Itine Tomatl? - Mr. Phillip 'lerluuh show ed us it rij e ti u atto 1his wee''. The Lutheran Conference Co u von es in Orunguourg On the 5'h Sabbath in this month. A ser mon will probably be preached in German To the Front With more bargains in dress goods, piques, lawns, calicos, linens, in fact everything new a...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 13 June 1879

Road Workers. ..?*?<( Ol ei .scu.'s, \u j.ivc below some instructions which may not bo out of place. Section 4 of An Act Approved March 19th, 1874 says: "Any person liable to road duty who snail have been duly warned two days before tbo day fixed in bis notice lor such working, slating the hour and pluco of working, shall be sub ject to the derection of the overseer in charge. If any person of the Jegal acts refuse to work upon tho highways and Road (having no justifiable ex cuse) according to the direction of | the overseer, he shall bo deemed guil ty of a misdemeanor, and upon con viction thereof iu a Trial Justice's Court, shall be fined in a sum not loss than five Dollars, nor more than ten Dollars, or ho imprisoned in the County Jail for a period.of not loss than five nor more than twenty Days." Sec. 5. Empowers the overseer on extraordinary occasions to proceed forthwith und summon out a sulli cient number of bauds tu repair dam ages. The abovo was amended in 1878 us follow...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 20 June 1879

ALWAYS IX ADVANCE NUMBER 19 ?JMIK SVEEDwugood antiteltest. I^IITC AVEKD is cheaper than the . cheapest. Inm offering the WEED on the beat of terms and prices. IWill put in a full set of attachment* j (Tucker, Uufillcr &c.) to cask buyers. IWill guarantee the Machine to he first class and substantial. ^Tlall in and try it; as often as you feel like \J it until you arc satisfied, then see if the price can be beat. JOHN A. HAMILTON. Kcxt to Henry Kuhn. BLAGKSMITHING AND HORSESHO K I XG. The undersigned respectfully informs the public that he has opened at the shop op posite Mr. Joseph Harley where he is pre pared to <lo all kind of work in his line on the shortest notice and in the best work manlike manner. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction, and prices toBuitlhu pre sent times. W. ARNOLD, apr'l 'j."> ly. ' Gall at the mm?k SIR I J OF SOUEOTllTJE &LOII KA Before purchasing elsewhere, and examine tli?ir New and well selected stock of Spring Goods Which they sell at p...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 20 June 1879

ONE DOM-Alt PKK ANNUM. V GOD AND OUR COUNTRY. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE VOLUME VI FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1879. NUMBER lg m rJ^I I K WEED i" as good as Hiebest. THE WEED ia cheaper than I lie cheapest. Iam offering the WEED on the hast of terms and prices. IWill put in a full set of attachments (Tucker, Kuflllcr &c.) to cash buyers. IWill guarantee the Machine to be fir?l class ami substantial. ?~~lall in and try it; as often as you feel like \J it until you arc satisfied, tlipti see if the price can be beat. JOHN A. HAMILTON. Next to Henry Kuhn. BLACKSMITHING AND "HO RSES11C>KIXG. The undersigned respectfully informs the public that he has opened at thf shop op posite Mr. Joseph Harley where he is pre pared to do all kind of work in his line on the shortest notice ami in the best work manlike manner. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction, and prices to suit the pre sent times. W. ARNOLD, apr'l 2? ly. ? Call at the "CA?! ST r OF SOftEKTRUE & LOR KA Before purchasing elsewhere...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 20 June 1879

i ii *'! UV. ' N(i l'.VK'VJ: 'I I !"N lUttoK . t \n\ i rii?iug. Ont S'fuare 1st Insertion.?1 00 J:\iCh OI(i>M'/UCTlt " . iiO Notices inserted in Local Column ut20ejHr Line. All Subscriptions and Truvsicnt Advertise ments to he puidfor in Advance. J5Kj>" We are in no way responsible lor (In- views or opinions of our Correspond MltR. Friday, juxk -20. tsVo" An Interchange of Population We believe that Gen. Butler is rght, tl lit mi interchange of popu 1: tion between the North nntl South is what the country wants. Wo feel Falisfkrl that it would he best for the South. The Be] uldicans are constantly agitating the question of the nrgrn rxrdus, and proposing the'r coloniza tion to themselves in tho West. 11 ?y [ rofess their groat love for these people, and their auxiety that they n ay be transported to some clime where they may enjoy their political and social rights under their own vine and iig tree, undisturbed by the cruel peoph\ of the Sou'h, and yet they never utter a word a...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 20 June 1879

Tho Oran jgelnii'g Timofi J \ ? C A. !T i PoHtofltee Hours. Open from 8:00 to 10 A. M, Open (Vorn 10:80 A. M. to -1 I'. M. On and niter ttic 12th inst., (he Colombia mail will be opened and delivered each night. Columbia mail closes nt 10 A. M. Charleston mail doses at .r>:;>U P. M. On Tuesdays ami Fridays a mail for FeldervHle, Vnnces. Ferry and Holly Hill, closes at 7:30 A M. On Fridays a mail for Knotts' mills. "Witts' mills and UUhes' .Store, closes at 2:30 !?? M. The Convention Will meet to morrow in the Fair Building. Whal'a ilie Matter ? Have tlie Dime Headings of tho Y. M. C. A. played out '! - ? *r nmn Preached some able .sermons in t he Method irt Church en I a.-1 Sabbath. - ? * -< M i- - Itapltsl Church? There will be preiuhing in this Church, by the pastor, <? i Sit i ! ly. New Addition*; Have bech made to tho live cent counter at Kor john's. -^mmmmW* ? mm ? - The Orahgo^nnftc Hull Club Will meet to-night at Dr. Wolfe's office. llcnry HioiiEi Is still alive, ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 20 June 1879

The Boetou ?'Herald," ou the auth ority of what it calls interested wit nesses, says that the State of South Carolina is as certain to go Republi can in the nest election as Massa chusetts or Iowa. If this bo true, the Republican party is in a deplor able condition, for it will assuredly lose all thrco of the States. South Carolina 5b today n Democratic State, and will as certainly be tho same way next time as Delaware or Georgia. The "Ilciald" also has dis covered that an arrangement has been entered into by which the vote of th e State is to be given to the Republi cans for President, and they ate to have three Congressmen, while the Democrats will get the State officers und two Congressmen. The figures of the "Herald" arc a little incorrect, as the arrangement, if there is any at all, is something as follows: The Democrats will have seven electoral votes for President, five Congressmen, all the State offi< crs,nine-tenths of the Legislature, eight Solicitors, and nine-tenths o...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 27 June 1879

hi riifl *TPH K \VKI<31) is as BooJ n? ?hebest, 'PIIK AVr:t-:i> is cheaper than the .8. cheapest. nni ofiering tho WKKDonthc best of f t( rins and prices. tf Will put in a full set of iiltaehmeillr' JL (Tucker, Itullller &c.) toea.sk buyers. IWill guarantee the Machine to he first class ami substantial. C^tall in ami try it; as often as you feel like J it until you arc satisfied, then see ii the price can be bc-it eJOTIN A. MA AI II iT< )X. Next to Henry Kohu. BLACKSMITHING AN 1? 1 rOUSKSl [OKI NT< i. The undersigned respectfully informs the I >n 1 <I it- that he has opened at the shop op p< site Mr. Joseph Harlcy where he i- pre pared to do all kind of work in his line mi the shortest notice and in the be"! work manlike manner AH work guaranteed to give satisfaction, ami prices to suit the pre sent thins. W. ARNOLD] apr'l _?"? tv. Ci li. at the ill! VATS nn OF 80RKKT1UJK & LOH EA "? before purchasing elsewhere, and _S.J> examine their ivbw and >vv...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 27 June 1879

{HUH WEED ? cheaper than I he. -H. cllCtlpOSl. iam one ring the WKK? un ihn best of terms and priced. IV. ill |>ut in :i full set of attachments ('fucker, Uullller &v.) to cash buyers. 1)Vih guarantee the Machine lo be first class i lid substantial. fiall in and try it; as often as you feel like J it until you are Hsttislied, then sec it the price ran be beut JOHN A. MA TSUI /!'< > N - Next to Henry Kohn. PT a rnri jbj fTprTNfl II(> iiSlSSl K > J-2I X< I. The undersigned respect ft illy informs the public thiit he has opened al the shop op )'< site Mr. Joseph Hurley where he is pro pared to do ail kithl of work in bis line on ill,, shortest notice and in the best work manlike tniinner. All work guaranteed to giye satisluoiion, aiul pj'iees lo suit tliu pre sent (hues; \V. arnold, npr'l -? ly. Csli at the OF SOIIENTRUE & LOH EA TJofore purchasing elsewhere, and Ji3 ' :auiiiit) their Now and wol! .selected stock of "Which they sell III prices to suit the h...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 27 June 1879

TUE ORAKtiEBURG TINES. lsi KV Fl Vi" KRIDA Y M?HMK? KRLLHMAXl' & Li)Y?'AIU>S, hoprietors. STILES R. 31 ELL ICH AMT Editor. ,Xlei?m53 ol* SubscriptioTi Oiie CV/?jf one Year.$1 00 " Sit Months. 75 Rates of Advertising. On* Sonore ]ft Insertion.$1 00 J'.arh ?ubtfquemt " . 50 Xoticm inserted in Li.col Column at 20c per line. All Subscription* and Transient Advertise meitt* to be paid for in Advance. ttz$?~ We are in no wiry rcsponwblo for the- views or opinions of our Correspond* intft. ""kKIDA y, J i' n k 27, 1*79. Piiraary Schools. It is n great mistake to suppose that ordinary teachers will do for the primary schools, and that wo only vnttt our hist teachers for the higher schools and colleges. The fact is the reverse of this position would bo nearer the truth. A teacher oflitui ted experience, i n imparting instruc tion would do less injury in a school ol advanced scholars who have ac quired the art of study and self dis cipline than in the primary school. It is here that we ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 27 June 1879

The _Orumgetoni'g Times LOCAL I'OMlofhe.e Hours. Open from 8:30 to 10 A. M. Open from 10:30 A. M. to 1 P. M. On and niter the 12lli inst., the Colombia mail will he opened and delivered each night. Columbia mail closes at 10 A. M. Charleston mail closes at 5:30 P. M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for Feldervillc, N ances Fcrrv ami IIolK- IIill, clow. at 7.-:;o A. M. On Fridays a mail for Knotts' mills, "Witts' mills and Kishes' Store, closes at 1!:30 P Al. It. F. Thompson Esq., Agent for the rtinger sewing mu. chine is home on the sick list. Another Cotton Etlooui Was picked out ol a ten Mere field of Mr. J. A. Bardin uu the. 10th, pine (it it die? Just in at Dr. A. C. Dukes'. Go and sweeten up. The ii. I'. Of he IS. K's will n eel in this place on the hh duly. A full attend ancc is requested. Our School CouiuilMHioiicr We regret to hear, was a severe sufferer from indisposition du ting tho last two days of his official duties last, week. A Sail Around The Harbor, besides the trip ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 27 June 1879

JslT('i3?n Davis at Homo. i i ( r. ? net ... i < : II. ?; uvi|i< ii is ' ^ c?>i"i?* I by Di\\ik rs :. libr y.;y hinj otndy. 1 found liihi, slight ly indisposed find lying upon a lounge. Ilia manuei* is genial and very kindly, with that charming court es} ohuracteristio of the high 1 : cd Si uthcru gontlcmani Seventy years of age, Mr. Davis hnsyct a fresh and vigorous loo';. Ilia hair, moustache nnd whiskers aie white in part, but his eyo is bright and cheerful. His face in repose is aln <st tcverely intellectual, hut the uni'c which lights up his mouth,and his quiet, elu erful laugh dispel the first impression > i coldness, few of our public men I ave the quid fasci nation of manner, the ohl fashioned grace, and the charming conversa? tional powers. His memory is capa cious and retentive. One might, with a Incile pl:< nogrnphie pen, col lect great stores of rcminisccuc ? from bis \\\)s.?-Ji?sfon HcntM. Eli'jcoget atio i in Iho North. The et: ft?. cement of t he law...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 4 July 1879

rri'llif? WISED ia cUenpcRthau tlw ?. cheapest. Tj .-im oflering Iii? WEKl) oil lli? bcsfo k let ms und prices. y Will ^.ut in it full mot of attachment ji. (Tucker, Huilllcr &c.) lo cash buyers. "B Will guarantee the Machine tu he tirst Jl class und substantial. A 'all in ami try it; as ofti n as yon tool like \.J it imti! you are satisfied, then see ii ihc'j ric'r: ran be licit. j?en a. 11AM LT/rON. ' Nexl to Henry Kuhn; C A NO 31 ?10,1 isrcsnol:ixo. ? Tin: undersigned respectfully informs the public that he I.a> or. m d at ihe shop op posite Mr. Joseph Hurley win re be is pro pared to do ai! kind of work in bis line oh the shortest notice and in tue'bi&i ivosk manlike ninnner. All work guaruiite \ to (.five : itisfaotioii, and prie-.'S to suit the pre sent tiiuttf. XV. ARNOLD, ripr'l ?:?"? ly. "\ Coli at tfii y/LlilUlwiii olUiilj , < if SORENTR?E & LOK .. Iv.\ before purchasing ulse.whore, a ; J>" examine their New met well selected Stock of spring toooas AN ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 4 July 1879

Til K PRANGKKURG TIMES, j ISSUED fVlillY HtfjDAY MORNIHCJ MKLLlCDAMr it LUVYAltPS. l'Tf7priflors. STILES It. MELLICH AMP Editor. Terms* of Subscription* One 0>py one }'<<ir.00 " " Sit Months. 75 -:o: Rates of Advertising. One. Spturt 1st Insertion.SI 00 Fach Subsequent " . 00 f Notices inserted in Local Column at 20c per J.ive. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise mcnts to be pbid for in Advance. Siz3~ We are in no way responsible for tho views or opinion* of our Correspond ?nts. FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1879. Hurds Great Speech. In our judgment tiie best speech of this session of Congress whs inadea few days ago by Hon. Frank II. llurd of Ohio in answer to Mr. Q irfield on the Republican fide. It is certainly the cleanst exposition of the Conati tuiiou and the Democratic policy ever yet given. lie showed that the doctrine o.' consolidation advanced by tho Re publicans was entirely antagonistic to the express provisions of the Con stitution. Mr. Gar-field advanced the extra cul...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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