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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 2 May 1868

?%R? ?M\ngeburg news** ^| 18 PVOLtStiKO ! SVEHV SATURDAY at .tue :'.;:<> "OLD time" price. Two Dollar? pbh AriNtsi iN ?pv^N?E^I , .. ..- ? ,.;.{; ~?; j !?? .'7 ??? > --' ?,'} U?TTH1E ??SH?ea MUST INVARIABLY ACCOMPANY TUjB';' ] SUBSCRIPTION. ! A^*- Couxuryj Produce taken at Mhrkcl Rat^s. ^##4-?8 ?fif, IV? rc*pe,:f/<,?ly invest rnir friend* tu und in their Advertisements as early in Me1 week as conv&iad fWd if Risible, let ushove | ihem by Tliur^dayeventiuj. By this means, \cc. will be able to issue .at an earlier hour on Stylur* \UyA'. Wrtu* 'totW. '&?/' enabled to.giyc, inore.of the ' 'latest news, Hp to jime o/.onr.^fn^; fa ?) ?>???{'>*???''/ t iw?'' '.v^i'ii^;-,^..i..'?. .??^'iBK?DlSt? matter ON,:eVe^>a!g age. .'of. ?ATOK?Ar MO^VNT^?v'tfA^ 2, lfe68'| Mooting of Dcnioerutie Chib. It will bo remembered that the next month ly meeting of tho Club will .take place on Mon-J day next, when a ticket lor District. Officers Will be nominated. A full meeting is d...

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. — 2 May 1868

Till* okANGEB?t? NEW* i p: *| . - . - ? ?? ? ? i IB rUDUSIIKD EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, rMti't in fcui Attbx'/.;?'*' "OLD TIME" PRIOfi. ^Two Dollars per Annum in' Advance.'! . r ? ill* ? I MUST INVARIABLY ACCOMPANY T^'u .tscoii M. i io r SUBSCRIPTION*. ' . \ it JKBT Country Produco taken at Market Ratifs. *? *%tinu'-!:' ni' ?I|T at .c| ?JJWj.Wtt .^J^'/Wty >*?3M?*f ,??wr friends to ssiul in their Advertisements, o* ?if/y tW 'Mc uwi <u ?wipeWcnr f'iihetif ji?ssiblc, tet motive" ^hembtf TJiufydajyeveningJQy this, means,tfe, tcill be able to issue at an earlier hour an S(xtur> 'dfrtrf ?M>/< c>' enabled to givc^ nw^^ t**'1 1i?dte*t in<hd?, tljj'lb (ne.hWo/ o?r^i?^7?j)?^a. l ?ADING MATTER ON BVEffy>AjQEJ BATORDAtf MOll^NG^^AV 2, lfe68. y , 1 ? ? r, -i 1 -i 11 fi .11. ? i1 - Meeting of Democratic Club. It will be remembered that the next? month ly meeting of the Club will take place on Mon day next, when a ticket ' lor District Officers will be nominated. A full meeti...

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. — 2 May 1868

Tc t&c Facers, jSecuunics ana JJay Tho Pella (Iowa) CoppcrJicail is doing a good work for tho cause of Democracy in thoJ WeSt. It talks right out. Its sentimouta aj|$Bj ' eound.. Read it, you hnlf-ponitcntJfongrcliteB, tu lind "coino out from among tho foul party, and vote for what's honest and two ' ? Youi havo greater interest in a change in tho General Government than any class of people in the oountry. What you get, you work for. You havo no chance io steal, oven if you had tho inclination. You Bavo no inclination in I that dircbtion, or you would havo joined the Republican, party long ago. You seok no Jir offices, beoause you prefer to onrn your bread ^ honestly. You desire^ to make comfortable *,T???rr:to* your 'families,! and hohe? you aro found.iii the fields, at, the.work-bench, driving the-cart, and -laboring for your nwQ as well as ' ilio ' piibiio good.?Poor men orb naturally Democratic, because they have no timo to s plan 'and soheme to oheat their neighbors! ? You ...

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. — 2 May 1868

To ?he Farmers, Mechanics and l)ay. '?" ";> Laborers. Thu Polla (Iowa) Cojrpcrfcad ia doing a good work for tho cause of Democracy in tb^e West. It talks right out: Its sentiraonta aiiif ,j sound.. RcfiduVyou half-ponitent.M?ngrfehtes, and "come out from among tho foul party, and vote for iwt'B honest and true You have greater interest in a change in tho General Government thnn any class of people in tho country. What you get, yqu wprk for. You: hnvd no clidnco to ; steal, oven if yon had tho inclination. You havo no inclination in that direction,1.or you would have joined tho Republican -party long ago'. YoU Beck no offices, because you prefer to oarn your bread ""^honestly. You desiro to make, comfortable 8^B^^S^ur I^BSSSC^R?ji? are ^OUupJp .thej&eldfy ^thejworkvheuch, driving tho^eart, and' laboring for you^ own.as,,well as ^^IFe^'ptthRo'gobd.?Poor men aro naturally Domooratio; beoauB? thf?^r have no time to plan *and sohemo to cheat thoir neighbors! \. You have no time to...

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. — 2 May 1868

To ?ho Fanners, Mechanics and Day ..... ? The Polla (Iowa) Coppevl^ad is doing a good work for tho oaiwo of Defffooraoy in the. WC?t. - It talks right out. Its sentiments nre; ; sound. \ . Read it,'you half-ponitentJu^ongrfelitcs, ,,*nd "conic out from among tho foul party, and . ybto for what's honest and.truo Yon, havegreater interest in a oTi?nge in tho j General GoVern'ment than ony claw of people i in the country'. What you got, you work for. You have no chanco to | steal, oven if you had tho inclination. Yo? fiavo no inclination in ,j that direction, or you would have, joined the Republican, party long ago. YoU seek no j&offices, because you prefer to cam your brend ^)^nSfl|y\" You desire. to make oomfortablo foun?^rthe?e)dg, at. the workbench, driving! the^cort, and laboring for your own as .well as men aro naturally Democratic, bbcauso th'Oy have no timo to pla?*and sohemo to'bneoT.their neighbors! y? You have no time to spend in tho club room, ingendering some plan by w...

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. — 9 May 1868

IUI [..it'- ..; ?iit 5>i In. w?m ? ? .I!-Mf fnh 5k. :;;!]' ..'. ? WJo? .???'. ?! / <Mif4l |)t>q ???Ii od /fuf Ji;:i? i<>7 :;i v? . .,,J?IBST pUIi tHOME8; TIIEISr OTXR STATE; FINALLY Ii.;.;. // tin it -.i.m j IE 1STA.TION; THESE CONSTITUTE OTJ^' OOUSSTf, If ?Hl 7 /-fr .ii - hl/it'll-) w;iy.r o w -/j irttaat i? TH&i'ORANGEBlTRG NEWS. *!??<{):<] !'it.: !??!<.!,': im? t. .'i ,~:o:~~ rUHXJgqm AT. ORANGEBURG, S. C. ISvor^iSuturday Moni ii ig. JSAMUhf? qjqii&E, Editor. tr. C. DIBBLE, Associate Editor. .inAKLE? U. MA LL, l\tblishcr. J Kl ?hi iiw :o:-? TErMS'?FSUBSCRIPTION. Oidrflapy-'for one year.. $2.00 " Sjiy Months.]. 1.00 ? u ii fhfce X"J. 60 Anyt |Otio lending TEN DOLLARS, for a Club of ^ewl?\iV?;?|cib^srr\viU receive nn EXTRA COPY for ON-BmYBAR, free of charge. *Any one sending FIVfr WLLARS. for n Club of New Subscribers, Tfill frje^Wej flu KXTllA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free embargo, i .i'ii: it-.. ?^-;o;-^ JwjJ: ;'li'A!TlRS OF ADVFltTlSlXG. I Square ,ist...

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. — 9 May 1868

THM OltANGEBLllG NEWS, rUDLiSIIK? YVKRKLY OBANQEBUBG, S. C. O?cc of PvWtation on Marfan Street over the iW Office. SAMUf^DlUUI^K, JJdltor. VIRGIL C. D11U1I.K Associate K.litor. ?IIARJ.KS It t(\li, 'imbiber.) < >'.) > liEAm^G j^^Il|jGNr E^ItY PAGE. ?SAT Ulli) AY, MAY 9, 1,808. -fciLVf. ?tMrn^-.u^,,.;;^^ , ,,t,, ." "Our Duly. ., ?; , ?' -?????Ii;.it ) , n) . / Thb^nib^rafto Party 6f'Or?ngoburg Bh* \ t o* ,o;n7hi i>| -.Mi-.fb, "!, ,?.,(. ." r Xtrict ^(f^c^td^^^pntor the arena boldly,''for Jtbo'onsuJng? cIccHom; A ticket has bcoii nominated,'- to 'which . none can object },;K?>'. it criibrnocs^1 nfl1'- Candidates none, but . ourt most wofiW VnliV^*W>?'- '?toik' - and' every ; W t'rjtfi?if'jv;'.! i>if) *.j ill ,',: i i Beeten of,tIi9t ITistriCjt has' its represent! ttvu' upon it,,; : It.,is.'no congregation of office-seekers by profossiptt. LjftcJsctKVf^o.pul^- desire to bleed tho public pufse/.nnd are induced to enter pub licJif?'tiy'tf'desiteY.?f greedy gain j it h...

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. — 9 May 1868

ft& OO ?-r,?^v ??AIO ?mKoimm^ mil is I'cni.imtr.n KVKRV SATUK^AY MQMXittO, ? f" two Poi.laus i?eu AnnVM 'lk , i?'yvsl^^:,i M0STr'INVAHtAl?I.YUlX;OiMi?ANy.TlH: , t?r Country$koy' nt'jliuj^jj^atcj: ??_?<!il.'7'"" 8200 SS?lT" II?' respectfully request our friciul* to *fj\d in rTWr Ailrrrtim ?11ula, a* early Jn the \rrek a* ronrenieut^ p/j<$ [/'0">^'hh; jr| ii* hare ihem by Thnrsdtly Peeuint/.-* Jfy this means, we f vi/l be able fo'Vibt^Fdf?if<<ibf k<(jffi?lbftoK~hn ffyUur M%i Und will be enabled Jo r/ict' More of fhe latest new*, iijt to the time af onr ytjiuyjo'pre**. . "ft&ADIN? MATTER ON,EVERY PAGE. i Muli..::!-... l\ ? ? ? v^^i^ [ SATURDAY M?ltNINC, MAY 9,< 1808: Nominations ^ ""Undo at the Meeting of the Democratic Club vn Monday : t FOIt SHKlltFF, j. W. II. D?KES. JCIHIJi OF^PliOJlATF, Coi.. J. II. MOUCAX. CLKltK OF COCJtr, . j. v. .roihxsox. .'?"^;i//,i. / t( y , .(j;, '..''.' co/taxmi,, L. R ANS DALE. CO tVATJr VOMMJXSWXIiltS, HENRY LIVIXCSTOX, JAM ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 9 May 1868

AGRIO?LTURAL, &0: (From tbo Soutfloru Cultivator for April.l Boiling Cottou Seed. Editorf./jbuti\tni' Cultivator:? Tho following* machine for rolling cotton seed for planting is ? petfeo^, one, aud frco to cvory body. First, obtain a common whiskey barrol, cut a Bquaro hole ,in one pide, tho width of t wo staves, (cut with ft J?ey}tyolo saw,) tho two piocos (fastouod ? with ?'batttfln}):serYiDg as a door, and secured | by common thumb buttons. Next, run a plat wooden axlo through tho centre of, tho heads, with a handle, at ono end, for turning tho barrel liko a grindstone. It is then mounted on twoypos^s.or. forks driven in tho ground, so aa to supportthe innchine about two feotabovo Iho earth. Now to .operate Put in two bushola of cotton seed and a bucket of watcr . rcU tho machine slowly a fow miuutcs, or uutil th,e seed.are thoroughly wot. Next, introduce twolvodbs. (or oven more, if desired) of sifted Poruvinn Guano, Land Plaster, or Dry Ashes, and after a few more revolutio...

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. — 16 May 1868

?lBUft? NEWS. -:o: Kvery Safor?ny Morning. ^?MUhfi ?tiiM^ .jEditor. T. (S ^iBHLK, Aewcta)e fatter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On? Copy fop on? year.;..'....;.,. $2.1 .';'?? ??'. "?. " Six Months....... 1.00 " ?? Three ". 50 V?ny w sending'? DOLLARS," for a Clnb of New Subscribers, will .receive an EXT^A COPY for ONE YEAR, free of charge.. Any one pending FLVfc , DOLLARS, fur a Club of New SiibWrlbeW, will .receive mi EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, fr"c\>ef charge. . R AT ES O rVA D V E R T18 IN G. 1 Square ist Insertion. $1.60 " 2d " ...v... 75 . A Square*^consists; of 30 lines Urovicr or one inch of AdvcHbnng space. Admiuistrntor-s Notices, 'if accompanied with, thu ( cnshv.?>;..,..;...$2 75 Jf iiot'.accompanied!with the.cnsh...........$5' 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most, liberal 'Terms.' :o:? ^MARRIAGE and FUNERAL. NOTICES, rfot ex-' cecding one Square, inserted- without charge. Terms 'Cash in AdVanee."y-tsa ' tcb 23 o ly . ^jtagg ^ H E ')'??.'. :. ON DKIIAI, White...

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. — 16 May 1868

\m\ni? i? inMtwiiiLUilililnTrr im i- .>...: -; .'?,!! OR 17 . f> ' , J f ? V 1 ") '?> K 1 J1 - pIUST ?TTRVHOMfeS; *II^N OUR STATE; FINAttY NATION; THESK gQNgTlTUTE OTJg,^^^^W^taqran TfTtT :^T7^H-i?T-V ? ;*i ?;-,???(" VOLUME 2. SATURDAY MORNIf O, MAY 16*. 1868. -i??:-~-?:?yr^^-^rt^/i^fr-r^r?i?rn?? NUMBER 13. TBE O?AN?fiBURG NEWS. ~-:o: Every S?tuiHl?y Morning. r~-'o;? #AM(/EL DIBBLE, Editor. Y. G. DIBBLE, Atiociate Xditqr. ttiJiSLES 'n. jt?ibhj Mtbliuher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy for one ypor.......... $2.00 ?? ?? ?? Six Months. 1.00 ?? ?? "?Th,r*o ??. 60 li?njf' one.sond'n^TEN D?LL?US, for a Club of New Subscribers, will receive an EXT? A COPY for ONE YEAH, free of chnrgo. Anyone vending FIVE DOLLARS, f?r a Club of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for filX. MONTHS, freo ?f chnrgc. -^:o:? BATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.60 ?? 2d ??. 75 A Squnro consists of JO lines Brovier or one Inch of Advertising space. Administrator'? Notices, if accomp...

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. — 16 May 1868

-.~r-:T-;-r..?7"-f =P?= VOLUME. 2.,: .SATURDAY M?RNlm ??,f - ,:i-u_ -,.-U-!* ? ? ?? ii 3 ?.? / /. ff Ol FIRST ??R H?ME8 ; TIIJEN" OUR ST?TE5 FINALLY TjlE NA/TION; THESE COJSrBTTTIJTjg O-p.3^/.j^p^yx^^. ?, y V 15, "1868. NUMBER 13, ? ORAN??BURG NEWS. Vlffiht?isi*. AT ?R A N GftiuiRG { S. C: . ?., SAMUEt* MlBLE, j JT. (?. J?JBJlLti, Associatc Editor. VHAKLES 4L ifA&Li l^bl?hcr. ?? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. OntGopy for one year...,. $2.00 M ?*? ?? Six Months. 1.00 4i ?? "Three ?? . ?50 Any ottc.8cn.ling TEN DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subscriber*, will rc-wivc an J5XTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any ono pending .FI VE DOLLARS, fsr a Chib of New Subscribers, will receive nn' EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, frco of charge. ?:o:?? R,\TES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square ist Insertion. ,$1.?d ?? Ud ??.,,,?..... 75 ,, A Squaro consists of 10 lines Brevier or one Inch of Advertising space. ? Administrator'? Notices, if accompanied with, tho cuhIi....;.........;...$2 75 If not accOinpnnied with t...

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. — 16 May 1868

TUE ?BANGEBURG NEWS, PUBLISHED WEEKLY j AT \| ?R A? vr?5? RU, 8? 0. m tyjficevf PubVccaXion <m Market-Street over tili Pott Office. ^ 5 SAMUEL DIBBLE, Editor. VIRGIL C. DIBBLE, Associate Editor. ?HARLES H. HALL, IMbihuW. READING^irATTE6 t)l? EVERY'FAGE. ?.?.i .v.. _ '? ? ?= , JnVNews. *.May 8.?Judge, Chuso's connection with 0<ij[purumeut wns misstated Inet night. The adjournment had beou, fixed for IX o'clock Monday, when Chase said that it would place ?him in. an cmbarrpps.ing position to frame the questions, and therefore ho would liko to have iho advico of tho Sonato on the subject, and tyijuld be obliged1, to them if thoy would adjourn until If) o'clock Monday, instead of 11. Adopted. Tho South Carolina Committee protest against the constitution wusboforo the ltecpn struetion Comiuitteo. Stevens received them with a chilling remark, that what the protest claimed as grievances that was regarded as virtues. .Colonel Thomas : Idrcssed tho.com V?itteu, making tho points that t...

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. — 16 May 1868

THE ?ttANGEBtRG NEWS, rUBtlSnKD WEEKLY OKANGEBURtt, S. ?, ?Office ^ Fnhlkatlon ?? Market-Street over till Pott Office. SAMUEL DIBBLE, Editor. VIRGIL C. DIBBLE, AssociateEditor. CHARLES H. HALL, Publisher. ;,MAy 8.?Judge. Chase's connection with 1 l^lgarnuicut was,..misstated, last night....The ?$?urnmont.had boou fixed for U o'clock Monday, when Chn'so said., Jhot, it w.ould place liiiu in. an embprrpesing positjohjo fra.nie. the questions, and .therefore ho would .liko to have ihp ndyico of tho Sonate on tho subject, and y^fld - be) obliged1 to them if thoy would a?ourn,,until:l() o'clock Monday, instead o *l|. AdoptctL >.? ..y ? ... .... .. . Tl;n": South , Carolina Conunittco protest against the constitution was before tho RjCCtm struction . Coninntteo.. Stevens received them with a chilling remark, that What tho protest claimed as grievances that was regarded as Virtues. .Colonel Thomas addressed tho com iujttec, making tho points that tho white people 'would pot paticVtly,su...

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. — 16 May 1868

Jft ?BANGEBUHG NEWS, PUBLISHED WEEKLY AX <%$ke-of PiiUccalzon on Marlcd-Street over thl iW Office. ' SAMUEL DIBBLE, Editor. VIRGIL C. DIBBLE, Associate Editor. :<8H ARLES IL IIALL, Publisher. BE A?ING'KAT^ER ON5^tSVERY 'FAG?. ?JttAY 8.?Judeo, Chase's connection with; adjournment was. misstated, last night. ,1,110 sdjpurnmont ,had bocu. fixed for, 11 o'clock Monday, when Ghoso said that it would place (him In. an embarrassing position (p franipfthe \^^\^^'^*^^^fp!^ hp.;w.o^Rkpto have ilip, ndyicft.'of'; ^bo^Sonnto^^q subjeqt, and Would, he obliged1, to them if thoy would; mm^^i 10 o;eiook Monday, instead of .11 Adopted . _ outh Carolina , Gomraitteo protest against the^constitiftion wbb boforq tho Recon Btruotion Coniniitteo., Stevens, rpepived thciu with a ebilhnc reninrk, thut what tho protest' jua^mcd as., grievances that was regarded as virtues! .Colonel Thomas, addressed tho, com mittee, making,tho points that tho white people 'would not patently .submit tp negro suprouino...

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. — 16 May 1868

fct ^^^f^^t^Krj^ NEWS92 ?? rUBtfjlUED -* S ??;'*? Y MORNING, EvW SATURDAY . V i I '*?? A^'VlIE ' "OLD TIME** PRICE, Two Dollars vkb Annum in Advance.'! MUST? INVARIABLY ACCOMPANY THE SUBSCRIPTION. ijg^juutry5 Produco taken at 'Market''Bates. ?trill be able to issuers fan earlier ho?r on Sattlr-. Vftyjr, awf* wto 6*! enalJnl tdgi.ee mote.ofy the Most netct, ?/> W VA?V //mr of our going to press.-: aid_. _ . - . . ...........-!? ?^&MATTER mEVERY PAGE. ?W^0 hit ?00 AJfc ITEMS. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 18G8. D?Inct Denioer?tic Ticket. ml', t-:o:? FOR SHERIFF, J. \y^Ii^M>|[. DUKES. juvge oFrRbRATE, } JOSEPH Hi M?RGAN. itS'Jr'ff . CLERK OF COURT, ?JOSEl . II F. ROBINSON. COR ox er, LiUTHER RANSDALE, ?VaUXt-V. <JOMM{SStOXERSs . HENRY LIVINGSTON, JAMES STOKES, MORGAN Jv KELLER. ...iijJi'fY-'. ???' - .n' >~ ' *'? . SCHOOL COMMISSIONER, T. ELLIOTT WANN A M A KE R. Democratic A erecting of the citizens of the Third Pre cinct, and all others who may desire to attend^ is "reques...

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. — 16 May 1868

? ST?'ttlCTJLT?RAL, &C. From tho ??American Farmer." How to Learn Rational Farm ing. Cmftoji, Fairfax Co., Va.,.April, 1868. Mestr?. .Jgdito}*:,, In yoi*r number of: ?ua month, I notice an extract . from the "Pari? Correspondent of Laud and W^tejs." ? .*<?>'' '.L*rt&Mf our, earnest doswe^Jp intsoduco ra-j th/mal, farming in our couutry, wo will huvo to, adopt the institutions mentioned in the nbovo, named extruet. , It is fully ns c&sential for the fornier^Armst^to bo versed'in all the different labors executed on a farm ns well as to be able to practice to somo degroo the different mechanical professions connected with agricul tural oporations, as it is for tho mechanic to serve bis time to learn his trade. If a farmer himself is not able to show bis hands June to do tho work, ho will not be able to command that respect which laborers always have for their superior in work. A farmer who intends to farm rationally with success, must himself havo spent years in prac...

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. — 23 May 1868

wU la FIRST OUE SOMES; THEN OXJR STATE; FINALLY TltE NATION j: THESE-CONSTITUTE^'OUR. ;COpKf RY, '?VOLUME % SATURDAY MORjNlf G, MAY 23, 1868. tJMBER 14. District Democratic Ticket. ?TOB SHERIFF, J. WILLIAM EL DUKES. 4VDQB or PBOSA TS, JOSEPH U. MORGAN. it ?m???? .tKfy>tdf >.?.: ?,.-?< CLERK OF COURT, JOSEPH F. R?1IINSON. CORONER, LUTHER RANSDALE. f A^>/.? mii \ i\ ?-, ? CO ?NTT COMMISSIONERS, HENRY LIVINGSTON, JAMES STOKES, MOKGxVN J. KELLER. SCHOOL COMMISSIONER, il ELLIOTT vVANNAMAKER. POETRY. I? Kl; At Last BT MISS MCXOC1I. Down, down like a palo leaf dropping Under an autumn sky. My love dropped into my bosom Quietly, quiotly. r There was not a ray of aunsbino And not a sound in the air As she trembled Into my bosom? My lore, no longer fair. ; AH year round In her bennty ..She dwelt on fhe tree-top high; She danced in the summer breezes, She laughed to tho summer sky. I-lay ao low in the grass dews, ? She sat bo high above ; She never wist of my longing. 1 She never d...

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. — 23 May 1868

FIRST OUR HOMES; THEN OUR STATE; FINALLY THE NATION; THESE CONSTITUTE OUR COUN*il^^r. VOLUME 2. SATURDAY MOENlfe MAY 23, 1868. NUMBER 14. District Democratic Ticket. ?KM for sheriff, J. WILLIAM H. DUKES. judge of probate, JOSEPH U. MORGAN. clerk of court, JOSEPH F. ROBINSON. coroner, LUTHER RANSDALE. co uxrr commissioners, HENRY LIVINGSTON, JAMES STOKES, MORGAN J. KELLER. school commissioner, T. ELLIOTT W ANNAMAKER. POETRY. At Last or miss Mri.ocii. Down, down like a pale leaf dropping Under an nutmnn sky. My Iotc dropped into my boaom Quietly, quietly. There was not a ray of sunshino And not a sound in the air Ab she troniuled into my bosom? My lore, no longer fair. 'All year round in her beauty She d .rolt on the tree-top high ; 8he danced in the summer breezes, She laughed to tho summer sky. I lay ao low in tho grass dews, She sat so high above; She never wist of my longing. She never dreamed of my love. | ??i?? .?mV? i '.?. 1 1 mm Buf'ttfteft winds laid bare her dwelling* And ti...

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. — 23 May 1868

Ii PIB8T O?B EtOMES; THEN OUB STATE; FISTA-ILI/ST TiE; KAf?'TH?-COJS8Tm3 1 v.. if <ui*? TyA' Li: 2* SATURDAY MORNIf G, MAY 23. 1868. ?it.: District Democratic Ticket FOR SHERIFF, J. WILLIAM H. DUKES. ' JUDOS OF PROBATE, JOSEPH II. MORGAN. ;<r*?? ft*.; CLERK OF COURT, JOSEPH F. ROBINSON. CORONER, LUTHER RANSDALE. COUNTV COMMISSIONERS, HENRY LIVINGSTON, JAMES STOKES, MORGAN J. KELLER. SCHOOL COMMISSIONER, T. ELLIOTT WANNAMAKER. POETRY At Last or mss MCIOCII. Down, down Ilko a palo leaf dropping Under an autumn skj. My love dropped Into ray bosom .Quietly, quietly. There was not a ray of sunshine And not n Hound In the air As she trembled into my bosom? My lore, no longer fair. . All year round in her beauty j .ifijbj? dwcU on the tree-top high; : fihe dnneed in the summer breezes, She laughed to tho summer sky. I lay no low in the grass dews, 'She sat so high above; She never wist of my longing. Sho neTer dreamed of my lore. xifc&i winds laid bare her dwelling. A | And her h...

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