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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 9 July 1880

P?i>?jk* 1>>i* tlio People, POMtOnlOjO I-l<>Iil*.cr?. Open from half-pam 8 to 1<0 o'cloek A. M., nod from Jialf^st 10 A- IL to 4 B. M. Columbia wall closes at .'_() A, M. and ,tbo Clinrleston mail at half-past.? P. M. On Tuesdays and Fridays * mull for iFeldervlllc, Vances Ferry and /lolly Hill .closes at. half-past 7 A. M. On Fxldays a mail for tfnott's Mills} Witt's MiUs and lttslrcs' Stoic .closes a,j ^lalf-past 2 p. M. ' oranoewjr?, S. <0., ,J,uly 9, 1880. NonOE.?We have made arrange ments with tho proprietors of the New? and Courier to club their mam moth Weekly wjth the Democrat at $3 per annum, /for .botji papers, cash In advance. a ate easaa 1,1 * 1 Off fok -mm? Mountains.?Mr. j. O. Pike and family left Orangeburg for Glenn Springs on Tuesday last and will spend the summer in the up country among the mountains and at the watering places. We wish them a pleasant time and sale return home. Installed.?The following officers ,of Edisto Lodge, No. 3#, I. O. P...

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. — 9 July 1880

Beautiful Hands. Sin ti tu'initiiV'. beautiful h*hdsT They're neither white ntir small; And you. . know.-would scuiceiv think Tum l?cy were fair at.all. iim * Iii?1 a I've looked on liands whose form and hue A sculptor'.-, dream might-bo". Yet are these aged, wrinkled hands Most beautiful to me. Such beau if l> 'leant lid liands ! Tuuitgh heart were weary and sad, These pat lent hands kept toiling on, That ihe children might he glad. I almost weep, as looking hack To childhood's innocent day, I i Ii ill W how these "hands rested not. While mine were at their play. Stielt beautiful, beautiful bands! They're growing feeble now. For time ai|d pain .have left. I heir .mark On hands and heart ami blow. Alas! ami! the hearing time. And the sad, sad day to me, Wbeii'nonth the daisies, out "of sighl, These hands will folded lie. . Hut. oh! beyond this shadow-land, Wheie all is bright and lair. ? I know lull well these dear old bauds Will palms ol victory hear? Where crystal streams throu...

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. — 16 July 1880

Qtm$thm$ gemocht. SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietor*. ,subbcr?p-mon. Ono Year...?.SI .HO Six Months.1.00 Ministers of the Gospel.1.00 Advertiskmentb. First Instcrtlon.81.00 Each Subsequent Insertion.50 Liberal contracts made for 3 month and over. JOT3 OS^ICIE JS PREPARED TO JDO.AJX KINDS OF Jo1j> IPrinting The r?a!S <w ? Peaceful and Honored Citizen of ihe Stato. It Is with tho profoundest grief and regret that we announce tho fall of William M. Shannon, Esq., of Ker sjuaw, in n duel with Colonel Cash, of Chesterfield. Mr. Shannon was a peaceful and nobly good citizen, who had lived a useful and honorable life for sixty years. With, perfect truth can it bo said of him that no man in Uie State was more respected, more beloved, rnore honored than he. Surrounded by a largo family^?a wife aud thir teen .children?he had ripened into an honored and honorable life, a man whom none associated with the "bloody code.7' He was summoned to tho field, as we are informed, as in connection wit...

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. — 16 July 1880

-A. l*iipea* lor tUo I?iooi>1*j. II. G. SliKKIDAN, I . . Jamks L. Sim?, J i l?linetor8 One Your.*$l f>0 Six Months....... .1 OO Ministers Ol" the Gospel. t OO ?it? ADVKUTJSlNO KATICS. F>h Insertion. pi?r .-cinnre..;.% OO! kCmCIi Subsequent Insertion..'.'...f>Ol *jfu*Li.bcrnl eontr:i,v,ts liutue ioi" three .tim>iit Iis und longer periods, All transient itdverliset'ienls must be paid J'or in ai.lviiA'Oe. Wairbigesailir J^nllces of Deaths, not j).iking i.ver n/ie rannre,'jhjsorlefl free, Und soljeited. . _ o? fcS^We uro not responsible for tbe ?View s ol nur /L^UTespondejU* AU jUusiue** UtMumunJeaitons, Letters lor l'tlbl^enlbtil, null Order".- for SuVserip t.ion. as wli ns nil Advertisements. Hbonld be addressed lo SHERIDAN A SIMS, 'f >ruiigeb.urg. S..('. ()u,\m;i:iii ii<i. S. 0 . July je, NATIONAL TICKET, Vor President., ,GKN. WLSFIKLD S. HANCOCK, pf Pennsylvania, For Viee-Piosidcnl, HON. W. II. KNOLlSfl, Of Indiana. Democratic State Ticket. For Governor. GKN. J....

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. — 16 July 1880

,?- Pupox' ibr tlio I*e.oi>lp? Open from hulf-past 8 to 10 o'clock A. M.. and iroui half-past 10 A. M. to 4 P. u. " Columbia nu\U closes ,at 10 A. M. and .the Charleston mail at halfpast? P. M. On Tuesdays aud Fridays a mall for Feldervillo, yauees Ferry und Holly Hill closes at ihalf-past 7 A. M. On Fridays a mail for Knott's Mills) "Witt's Mjlls and ltishes' Store closes a, .half-past .2 P. M.___ Orangeihjrg, S. C, July 1G, 1880. Notice.?Wo have made arrange ments with tho proprietors of the News and Courier to club their mam moth Weekly with tho Democrat at $8 per annum, for both papers, cash in advance. Lecture.?A lecture will be de livered at the rooms of the Young Men's Christian Association by Prof. J. W. Stokes, of Tennessee, on Mon day evening at half-past 8 o'clock. The public are invited. Twinkle, twinkle little star, and light the way of yonder pedestrian to tho drug store of Dr. J. G. Wanna maker to buy a bottle of Coussens Lightning Liniment to cure his rheu matism,...

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. — 16 July 1880

Duria! of the Past. 'Twits the night before tho wedding And th<! hou<o was filled with guests; Atn-r till tlw pleasant greetings Quietly the household rests. pnlv one from out the tunny Still is sitting by the lire? ?'J'bs tin: bride: who on the morrow Will inivo left her homo and sire. With her lintr unbound and falling, Like a inantl'j totbelloor. There ?be sits among the treasures, For the last lime looks them o'er. One by one she rends each letter, Then consigns it to the Name; From its cai-e she takes a picture, And her white lids close in pain. For the face smiles out upon her As of ohl it used to do, Ere that hitler hour of parting. When each spoke what was not true. Trembling lingers slowly ela?p it, Drop it on the embers red. Ne'er again will she behold it, For the lace to her is tlead. There are violets in the casket, And a lock of suit dark hair. There are books and little trinkets <Ynd tbo ring she used to wear. In the litellglil, while they're burning, Li't in ...

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. — 23 July 1880

SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. Sunscim'TioN. Ono Year.*..SljBO Six Months.1.00 Ministers of tho Oespel.1.00 AnVKKTISKM ICNTS. First Instertlon.$1.00 Fneh Subsequent Insertion.50 Liberal contracts made for :J month anil over. JOT3 C)J?M^tC.!3? ISl'ULI'AKlil) TO DOlAM. KVIKDSOK I J ob iPi-'iiatiixg ) The Red Oak Revenue Thugs. j The Atlanta Constitution reports f'the beginning of the trial of the Red Oak revenuo thugs in the United States Court in that city for the rnur <ler of a citizen named Jones some \ weeks since. The testimony was as tfbllows:: F. .Gr. buttles testified that the last timo liejsaw Jones living was while he was running through his planta tion. Firing of guns attracted his attention. He saw Jones jump a fence, .run across a field and fall. ' Saw a posse of men run iuto a fence .corner and fire on Jones. The firing was very rapid. He did not see Jones ?fire. A man jumped over the fence and ran after Jone1 and fired at him three times. After Jones Toll three ot...

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. — 23 July 1880

-A. Pupci' ioi- tlto l?<t??i>Io.. II. G. StMUlDAN, \ ,, , ' . , ,. . , ' J Proprietors. . JA mks L. M.ms, I 1 Slin.SCKIlTJON. Ont'Yciir.tgtl no Six Mont Iis.I oo Ministers of the UnSpH?,.?.??? * OO ?-U? At)vi:i;iisiN.<: katks. Ff*"*! Insi iiimi. per si|iiiil'e .1 OO Kl'oil .->nbsrqn?-iil Insertion.nit in5J*"I'il?fiiil until mots 111:101: 101" l In co tuonl.hs niutl loiijicr period.-. All transient ti.il.vcrt iset^oti I $ most be| paid I'm- in advance. Marriages and Notices .of O.011I Iis, 110I jnikiu? OiVer onu snnarc, inserted free. | ami se-.iciud. <JQJF**fVVe nre not responsible for th,e views of our (.'ttrrospondents. A U llnidpeio .Ouipm 11 ideal Ions. Loiters ffty I'lililii niinn. and (Irtlurs for Subscrip tion. >ij? well us all Advertisements,! should be addressed lo ?tlKblDAN iS: SIMS. < huu<rcburg. S. t'. QiiAKOKiurmr. S. .Ii j.y-?:{. 1880. NATIONAL TICKET. For President, GJSN. W INFIELD S. HANCOCK,! Of Pennsylvania. For Vice President, HON. W. II. E...

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. — 23 July 1880

3P?i>oi' ibr tlto People, I*o?toilloo Hours. Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A. M., and from half-past 10 A. M. to 4 P. Columbia mail closes at 10 A, M. ami the Charleston mail at half-past 5 P. M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a mall for Felderville, Vances Perry and Holly Hill oloseB nt half-past 7 A. M. .On Fridays a mail for Kn?tt's Mills. Witt'.'' Mills and Rlshcs' Store closes at Jialf-past 2 P. M. Orangeburg, J. C, July 23 1880. Notice.?Wo havo made arrange ments with the proprietors of the jVct?S and Courier to club their mam moth Weekly with the Democrat at J88 per annum, for both papers, cash In advance. i Married, in the Baptist Church at j Lowisville, on the 13lh of July, by the Rov. D. F. Spigner, Rev. J. J. H. Stoudenmire, of Ornngeburg County, to Miss Mamie E. Rowe, of Barnwell County. If the party who sent a communi cation to this oflice signed "K. V.," will furnish us with his name, the communication will be published. Otherwise it will be consigned to the waste ba...

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. — 23 July 1880

Rotrosp ction. 1 sit 1?) Ilm twilight's rrh'ambijr.?, And tli?- busy streets ?rrnw sil|l; An 1 (h<> Kummer wiihIh ?lj?h sohly, Tlirmiwli Um- pines upon Iii?.* hill. Sin! {netiioih's ernwd upon itit*? Tili? Weil I i nur LikVs irreal Innin. .Niul one ?V.ir laee arises |" <>in out The ?rHlhiM-ing ?/Uuun. Tin- iinialo spell is nn ine, Ami I've \v?>vn Nie chain pin Inn? ; T?? ? n* IUI ;'et tin' eehne.s < I jure i'iiehiiiiiin?/ .-*i?njr? A voice v? Imse S'.fi-nun il murmurs. VVuHiJVveeler Car '? Thun ?iiiv ??tilih-lin'ili milfiis A'gtllll can ever l:v. 1 have hui lew r< minders? A leck fl j"I hliiek hair, A k<*i eliiel anil a i i?httn. Willi i?iiine ll?i\v< rs ihnl were one fair. I'ei'hlipH Vi* l|Ml a weakness 'Jo Ilms rjjtnill Um pa?*'; Iii?; eaen Ifie Inis its romance? Ms (Irenin im? swo.'l tu last. Ami though we uu'el Iis >l rangers? Pot" liljiejvill ehaii^c us all, Tel h:in?'her lad? loss picture. In Mrnmry'.- cloistered hail; And When the day Is o?'cr. A...

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. — 23 July 1880

Rotrospction. 1 sit In tin* twtllirht's ?rleninWigs, Ami tin- busy streets ?row sil|l; Au J the summer whuIk >IjiIi solily, riiiuni>li Um- pines li|mtu the hill. Hud ttieliKUit:< ernwil upon me? The web front* title's great loom. Anil ciiiij dear laye arises |* ??|?1 out The gathering gloom. The nnigl*: spell is un ni<', And I've worn Hie chain p>o Ion? ; To i rp lu'lgel ttie echoes < i one iMieluiiiiiii*; snn<r?. A voiee wh .s.c s- I'l-nnn il murmurs, \Vmm sw eeter far In in ?. Thau iiny ??anli-lmrn Uiiisie A LC'iin ean ever he. 1 have hul few v< minders? A loel< of jel blaek hair, A km eiiiel an'il a i iubou. Wiih snine I' \v?-rs lhal wer? one. fair. Perhaps 'it- hut a weiikness '1 o thus recall Ihn past ; JJn! eaen life lins its romance? Its dream tot? swe.l lo lust. And though we meet its si ramjet s?? For time will change us all, Yet baiijj'hcr fadeless picllire, In Memory's ulttislcrctl had; And when tin* day is over. Ami liij:(it shades around me fa...

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. — 30 July 1880

'-. - ? ? - ? " - . ~ - ? -" ? " - i - r ? I .- . , Vol. II. ORANGEBURG, S. C, FRIDAY, JULY BO, I88O. No. 31. A Card. Editors Orangeburg Democrat: '"Tis to tho pen niul press wc mortals owe All wo'ro forgot nad nlmobt ull we know." I, therefore, beg leave through your widely circulated paper to give the public a few facta relative to tho Or ganization of the so-called "Willow Swamp Straightout Democratic Club, as it seems, from its name and other circumstances connected with its his tory, desirous "of making the impres sion on the publio^miml that ftfsion or Radicalism had tarnished the hitherto bright escutcheon of the "Wil low Democratic Club." And if in giving the pubiic a brief history of ' this .straight model of Democracy, I should givo offence, I have only to say that I am responsible at any time, under any circumstances, for every word uttered, and have no npology to offer, only my devotion to the cause of troth mid right. Previ ous to the reorganization of the clubs in the ...

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. — 30 July 1880

A. Popov ioi* ll?o X*e.c>i>l*i. II. G. SlIKltlDAN, ? ,, ? , I, , :? Proprietors. Ja.mks L. .Sims, ) * Ol*AKUK,lUJ.KO, S. C, Jm.y.W. JS.SO. Reduction. It will he aeeu by Ibis issue tbtit we hay.o reduced the size of lue ^Dki?ocrat fro.Ai a seven to a six col umn paper, And the price of subscrip tion from .$1.00 to ?1.00. We make ktbis ciiauge on what we.cancei.ve to be sound -business principles, and do not propose to relax our efforts n single iota in giving the citir.ens of Orange Lurg a first-class paper?ouo in every way worthy of thoir patronage and enppott. We hope by this reduction in price to ,placc the Democrat in the bands of every family in tiio county. To those whose period of subscription has not expired, a proper deduction will be made to correspond to the present price ofthc paper. The Convention. It will be seen by the proceedings *of <J?e Counly Executive Committee that the 25th of August next is ap pointed fcr the meetiug of the liomi nating convention. In o...

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. — 30 July 1880

A. Paper lor- the People, ORAKQEDURQ, S. C, JjJLY 30. 1S80. Hop.?There was quite a pleasant hop at tho residence of Mr. Meyer last Wednesday evening. Quite a number of young folks attended, and enjoyed the mazy dance until the wco ema' hours. Picnic.?Quite a credi'.ablo Sun day School picnic was held at llcthlo hem Church in the Fork some two weeks ago; aud the children are dis appointed that no account of the mat ter appeared in the Democrat. Our friends are to blame for .this. Wo know nothing of it until too late to make a note. Serious Accident.?A colored girl, about fourteen years of ngo, while sitting between the ends of the cross ,ties on tho Railroad was knocked off by the out-going train on Monday morning lost und had her arm badly crushed. Tho bands on the Engine did not discover the girl until it was too late to slop the train. The girl was an idiot. What Is it??Mr. G. II. Cornelson is hauling a large Steam Engine from the depot to bis now brick building which will soon bo...

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. — 30 July 1880

Departed Friends. In the heart's remotest chamber, Penciled on it--5 ruby walls. Where the light oldays ib/partcd With a mournful glory falls, There tire many faithful pictures Upon which we love to giujc, For tllvO-' Sro the smiling taees Of i by i'rjemls of other days. This secret', solitary chamber Echoes music to our ear; Echoes music that, we sometimes Almost hold our breath to hear: Voices of the loved departed Fill the we:try heart with palh, As they eelio sweetly, sadly. Like some hair forgotten strain. Clippings. ?There arc calumnies against which even innocence loses courage. ?Better be upright and want, than wicked and have a superabundance. ?Industry need not wish, and he who lives upon hope will die of fasting. ?General Grant is going to cross the waters again, to be absent a year. ?Life, as wc call it, is nothing but the edge of the boundless ocean of existence. ?The New .York Truth, a staunch Republican journal lilt her los is out for Hancock and English. ?A year of p...

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. — 6 August 1880

"Vol. II. ORANGEBURG, S. C, FRIDAY, AUGUST G, I88O. 3STo. 32. Primary Elections. Editor Orangcburg Democrat : With something like fear and trem bling the writer ventures to indite this for the- columns of the Democrat, for ho has a lasting remembrance of nn article which somo weeks ago he has tily wrote for your educational col umn, which never made an appear ance, and was pitcously suffered to sink into olivion unnoticed, unhonor cd, unsung, and if it ever found a cof iiu it must have been that of an edi tor's choice.?the gaping waste basket. But I must be content, for other fee ble baulhing8, the olisprings of my pen, have thus been neglected, to find a like final resting place. We don't hear much of politico up here, unless we step over tho Edisto into Aiken where the people are all ablaze preparing for the primary elec tion which is to come oil'on the 17lh instant. Just here let me euquire why it Js that Orangeburg County does not try tho primary syetem. In my humble opinion it ...

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. — 6 August 1880

A. Paper foi* tlio Peb^lo! , ? i% ' } Proprietors. Ja si ks L. Sims, ) 1 Ohanukuuhg, S. C, August 0, 1SS0. Which Will They Do? . No one can help noticing the sly movements of Radical leaders about the Courthouse squaic every day, but more particularly on public days, as they glide softly from ono group of colored men to another, conversing with them earnestly, but in a low tone of voice, and maintaining per fect silence if a Democrat should hap pen to pass. These and other signs indicate that skirmishing wbich al ways preceeds a battle, has already commenced. It is their fixed purpose to run a county ticket and try once more to place our people under Radi cal rule and subject their property to Radical plunderer.". This is to bo ac complished by colored votes, if at all. Before our colored citizens decide to unite thoir fortunes again with a par ly which has been a curse rather than a blessing to their race, or to aid in elevating to office men wbq have al ready deceived them, and ma...

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. — 6 August 1880

A. I??ii>oir for- tlxo People. lOHANQEBUIlO, S- C, AUGUST 0 1880. l3PThe fiiends of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Webster are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services of the latter at her late residence to-day, 6th instant, at half-past ten o'clock A. M._ 1 Our thanks ?re due Mr. Henry Rickenbackor, of Middle St. Mat thews, for watermelons and musk melons of tho finest flavor. He lias boon eminently successful in these crops, raising more than he can sell or consume. T?te Rooms of the Young Men's Christian Association are opened eve ry evening witn the exception of Sun day. A Hoy's Meeting will be held ?t the roots this ttftei uoo? KiuaU-past ?v? o'clock, to which the boys arc specially invited. Messks. J. Ij. Sims and J. C. Al *>ergotti have been elected First and Third Directors,, respectively, of the Voung Amadea Steam Fire Engine Company to fill vacancies, and Mes srs. W. C. Bull and P. N. Brunson Aiave been elected Axemen. ? We understand that Mr. B. F. I Thompson has ren...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 6 August 1880

Under Orders. We know not wlittt is ex pud tent. Bur we nmy know >ylial is right; And ?u never need grope III thodarkness 11 we loi?k to heaven lor light. Down deep iu the hold of tho vessel The ponderous enghm itv?, And luilhlidly there the engineer His sabor sloadily plica. lie kpows not the course of the vessel. He knows not ilie way ho should go; He minds his simple duty, And keeps the lires aglow. He knows not whether tho billows The barque may overwhelm ; lie knows and obeys the orders Ol the pilot at the helm. And so in the wearisome Journey, Over tile's troubled sea, 1 know not the way 1 am going, But Jesus shall pilot me. J see not the rocks and the quicksands, Kol* my sight is dull and dun, But 1 know that Christ is my captain Ami 1 lake my orders from Ihm. Speak, Lord, for thy vorvant heareth? Speak ptu?et'.' uty liuxlous soul, And help nie to leel that sill my ways Are under thy wise eo.iirol; Thai llo who cares for the lily, And heeds the sparrow's full, Shall leuder...

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 August 1880

I I 9 I f Vol. II. ORA^GEBURGr, S. C, FRIDAY, AUGUST IB, 188G. isro. as*. ?>.i Compost. Editor Orangdurg Democrat: On reading the article of Dr. J. W. Summers of June 12th on agriculture, we highly appreciate bis notions in some particulars, but at the same time must object to Iiis manner of making and preparing manures. Iiis plan of building stables and - beds for all stock is highly profitable, not for the good keeping of stock alone, but the droppings are at least one hun dred per cent, belter than when left exposed to the sun and rains. But our farmers to a greet extent seem disposed to, travel in tue game old plan of (anhing ; they must plant a great deal of land because it makes but little ; and from the fact that the) plant too much land, they have to work hard to make a support, and have not lime to make all ihe.se ar rangements for making manure. We would suggest to all such to take the j time, build sheds and houses for nil stock as Dr.' Summers recommends, make all the...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
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