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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 24 October 1879

TUM OKANUJWURi; TI?I'I'X NTlldiS !'.. i?ll!l :.!'':: \3||? SmI1!-.!-. r.l Vvi n h ?ii Stiljr-kriript km? ??i' O'pu l .vi ?d " " tiijc Moii'lik. 7? Kittes t.l Ad* criisin,-;. Ciir/Squure !?' Inmrlion.Sl 00 Mich tSubxcnneul " . ?">" Ntttire? him'lcil in (j>hnnn nl 20c ?irr Si-I.sci !,it!i>nr. miif, '/V"''siY>if ildtvWfso 111 I'D If hi /<?' p? /</ <ii/' in . I f.V.i.-n-.-. JC-^.y *Ae an- iii riii way responsible for tin- views or opinions ol' nur Correspond nit-;. i i:11>.\ ^, uci'oiiKU ?-' i. isVy. Aller ihe Etat lie. There i- no doubl thai ihe (irsl battle of the campaign has been fought and Inst by Ihe Democrats. Hut there is no so sc in uro i-ciii * Aller ? II (liii.i i- a \\ ..u'i ica n Stale and it is nothing in ?r \ t Irin t !ic "Dutcli taking Holland." Often there is an tulv'iiiingo in dele it, an i it' \vc look at it in l he rig it \i ij this defeat will bcitelit us. < M'l m pro pari ty is more dangerous l'?:t i adv w ij.y which points out our errors...

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. — 24 October 1879

The ?x'cmge'bvii'g Times Jj O O "?. Tj TAlfclO YOIIK CIIOI< 10~ Between the riMics at $1.00 for a year; or ths Charleston Weekly News and the Times clubbed together for 62.00. This gives our farmers as much rending matter as they can digest during ihe week,at the cheapest rales ever yet offered. Row's Your Chance To buy a No. 1 buggy cheap, 11. Frank Sinti r can suit you. New Arrivals - Air. YY. Mi Sain will ree.eivc anoth cr car lead of h irses by next Mon day. Don't forgel it. The I".x<'iiision Train On Wednesday carrie I a very hu ge numle rof cur ei izeiis to the "City by the Sea." The Weather lln.s been rainy and gloomy lot the pott week, bin the la)inj; of the dust ion?] em-tiles lor all. "Tlie ltloo?J is the B.iie!**? Nearly all diseases cured by lioyd's Miniature Galvanic lluttery! For gale by Dr. J. (!. YYnnnniuaker. New linggie??s Mr. 1). A. Sain, al Lewisvillo, can accommodate his customers and the public generally with :t good bhggy al a sma 1 pi ice. Gail on hi in...

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. — 24 October 1879

General Sherman was oncen law yer, or 1 riod to h?? 11 ? : . bull, worth .;. j... IT.0 l;i>\ and i ho fact* were nil on i;iu nnaii's si.li?, und In* wcnl into Court with n large number of law books ami a long brief", pre pared with sleepless euro an 1 great diligence. A little spike haired law yer, wiib a complexion Ii c a side loll and breath la leu with stale grog, came in on the other side and won the case. Sherman picked up his hooks and walked out of Court, swearing lie would nevt r try another law suit in Kansas, and he never did, This is a true story. Sherman admit-; it him self. At all events, a newspaper man out Wesf vouches lor it. A rural bride of considerable beau ty went to Indianapolis on the honey moon tour. IKr husbumfwas mani festly pioud ol her good look : While they kwero f going about llieeity she was struck in the face by a fading signboard, .mo! her uoso broken. 1 Im I attending ^sutgoon said that she was I badly, disfigured for life. "Just my j darned luck,...

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. — 31 October 1879

F. DeMARS, Agt. tlNDKK MASONIC HALT, EriVmlN j and Countrymen attend/! f>o not wait until inn spend 'Every font iti place? dear, 2V1 ak?- DnMAKS your (irorer her* ! A?\i Iiiin for his HAMS so nice, Running at the LOWEST PRICE I *Stop and try hisHlottr ho fine, Cheese, and ALI* things in his line! 1|ayc$puic HlJTTBH sent uround ? Svcry man should have a pound ! A?d if voti'd feel well and able, J?ut hin MACK EKEL on your Table ! Oootl are nil thing*, in his Store, .Reason cannot ask for more! Onlv try his LIQUORS rare? C?n't he equalled any whore! Kverj man who know.-* DeMAKS, Rushes for hin good Sogar*! Jn his Sample Room they lly, livery time that they are dry ! fciomc thing teil? them UK'S the mm ! And he always lends the van ! JVever yet did he retreat,? I)oii't yull know ho can't ho heat? J^ook within his Store so grand, |n his It.if-Uooin?near at hand; One-lion him ami von will sec ? JJNI>KltSUI.l)--IIKCANNOT HE! Oh ! *vj.it npi till you are wiier, Reason points to Sir. U...

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. — 31 October 1879

F. DeMARS, Agt undkk . ^1 ASONIC IIA LI. FrlViidH . and Countrymen attend.;! Tjo not wail until ion spend "Kvcry cent in place? deaf, 2\]ak<- DkMARS your < iroeer here ! ) Aids hint for Iiis H ams so nice, Running at the LOWEST I'RICEI Stop and try hip flour ho line, Cheese, and ALL things in his line! i|ave Some lU'TTEK petit around ? ivery ntun should have a pound ! And if vou'd feel well ami able, J?ut Iii?'MACKEREL on your Table ! Cionil are all thine* in his Store, Reason cannot nsk for more! 0*1t try his LIQUORS tare? Can'' he equal led any where! Every man who know.-* DkMAKS, Rushes for hin pood Segain! Jn his Sample Room they fly, livery time that llicy arodry! Sonic thing tell* them UK'S tlie nitn ! And he always leads the van ! Jfever yet did lie retreat,? Don't yon know lie Can't be heat? J^ook within his Store so grand, Jn his Riir-ltijinii?near at hand; One-lion him and vo'u will see ? ^UNI>KR.SOLl)J-dl*KCANNOT RE! 4>h ! wait npi till you are wiser, Reason p...

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. — 31 October 1879

THE OKANtiEBURU TIMES. ISSUED IVKltY FRIDAY HOHN I NO MKLLICHAMT & HI) WARDS, I'vo'triHors. STICKS R. MKIddt'll AMP Ktlitor. Tei'infi oi* SSul>g?ci,ij>tioiTL? One Cany one )>'ur.?*1 III) " <SVj- Months. 75 -:Oi Rates of Advertising. Our Square 1st Insertion.'.$1 00 Kadi Subsequent " . 50 Notice* inserted in Local Column at '20c per Line. ?!// Subs?fwtiifps and Transient Advertise incuts In i>c paid fur in Advance. fliii" Wc nit; iit no way responsible tor the views or opinions of our Correspond* Ult*. l l'IDAV, (HTop.KIt :5J, 1370. " President -Waking. "A united boom upon (lie pnrl of the Southern press just at this time would force bis nomination, aud ho is undoubtedly their choice." This is what a Washington Corres pomb nt of the "N< ws and Courier" has to say in reference to Mr. Bay ard, and the .Southern pi ess. The '?.News and Courier'' is already oil the track, and wet-suppose in less than a fortnight most, if not all, of the country pnj eis will he in li...

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. — 31 October 1879

Tlio Oraxigebui'g Times LOCAL TAItF YOUR CHOICE? Betwcen the Times nt $1.00 for a year; or tha Charleston Weekly Newa nnd the Till?8 clubbed together for $2.50. This gives our farmers ns much rrnding matter as they can digest (luring the week, at the cheapest rales ever yet?oflered. Nee Advertisement Of Mr. J. W. II. Dukes Jr., in another column und take heed. - - - mm m -mmm?- -? 2Vow*? Tour C hancc To buy a No. 1 buggy cheap. B Frank Slater can suit. you. The 4?mud jury Itcport Which will he found in another column is published by order of the Court. Court Adjourned indefinitely on Satur day in com-cquence of the continued indisposition'of dudge Ablrich. In n XutMhell ? If Robinson carries New York, Tilden will be the man. If Robin sou loses it, Ruyard will be the man. The PlihtHkl March Is the name of a new and excellent piece of music sent us by Messrs. Luddeu A Rates cd Augusta. Tliul SlMMV Case At Dr. Wanuamaker's filled with the finest of pipes, cigars and cig arette holders ...

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. — 31 October 1879

KM A tFor 01 3?gcMrS Time*. Tight Fashions?fell omt Ohl .??j-xft^to isnj& ?*io ii pii2 When T' look at, town life in au I hits vnriutions, I'm constrain too sa, oh I uv thee limes, oh I uv thee mnnurs. . A town is made upuVaul sorts uv fash uns, an nul sorts uv people, nil thats what makes it vari gitlcd.. Now' lliee lasliuns thesdasar rcdiculus iu thee sublim and shows a phelier up from bed too fut jist as he Ftans. ? Ihn ruitly plcnzud wid thee style. Fur ef I bar's an) faulce pre tenses yoil's nj'ity ap too ketch up widjuru. l'ceplc can't make asgud time on a rase by bout a fut an a half as they ustcrin olden times. I notis cd it nul mi life, pecp'e put into a bag can't run. 1 -perieneed this wonce at a pik nik. I gott in a b tg an thot I'd sho gimna/.rums. I didn't mem ber ajiy thing al ter thesceund jump fur too hours- When 1 com toj I had a pecce uv gimuazrilm (skin) hingiu J'ruhl mi noze bout six inches long. The gal I went thicr wid (-Sal) em braced me in thee kollor wid...

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. — 7 November 1879

m mmm> ?A? ***** jfJ ?-i ; ?1_Vi_..!'? .?.'.Vi'.ri guj k| ?i i-.. - /. >n V.'dlo.iA' w"i'*,"!'?i''>i'.!'jiigiAwr--yj'1 ?mag? ?vitV.jiok /?; ;Vi:ri '/m < a ! m i r-wi tlJttoH 9tix . . ... _ ? - _' J ?? I ' ' ? ' .;iVdim 1" av Lei i>iu\ itdv-vw 1 L' ?nqw<( o| 'Cfe t?lft???j ti )*> ?? i i \? i. i-.'? ! i il li! l?i iWlJB 8 :"' ? 1) 1 il ' j: .11 ??ik.- , 9.it ?? < ?) til1 .oiliil jam ?m- ? d J 1 i*riVj -nutil.W IkAH^MdilK .H ittlJJfH '. ...... "0 '-r-.v.Vf . .0 vmOviO ft? '.*A-noUk x.>, , ' ifliil II?) ? In FRIDAY troppl^ /?i'<? ? "r-iKUt ImbO'iiiaiU-.fr lao,t-DS 1? ?? < 1 >?># ? '????! .. .. F. BSM&RS; A gt UNDKIC i& '""VWuV Ii?*! tr?B iiui: ?' t> ' won 1 v< I rii iuls ami Counlrj inen ?uemi! ?; i gl farn JJo not wall unrtl ioiVKflciRl * & ? > ^ i TCvcry c^n?, m places dc-y;,, . - Makp-W:W.TRS y?h,Y(.rWWr?! ! ' Aek hJjLll iorldslIAMS -ff? nkv. rRiViH,Tng at ihr h<?NVj:sT 17:111;: ., ? M>toj> an?! try iMs'r'Ioiii >...

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. — 7 November 1879

io1 t*M HJU It'll M?K *.S UM ?1# 'fSUM " ; ONE IM^AK **j ANNUM^ j " ? ^ ? Q O AND O UK CO U K T H * ? VOti?^ FRIDAY MOllNINU, NOVEMliEIl 7, 1879. IliU'l Milte ? ALWAYS IN AOVAM.'E F. DeMA-RS, Agt U''i-i*'iii<lM himI C ounlrjmen attend! rj j | t * ' V jT ' I) o not wait until ?<>n *pridl ? I - ? ' IOVf,ry otiQl in liluQfM dear, ftfake rniif.vRS y?tiir(lr?>r(Vlivr?!! Aftk him for Iii- I I A MS sit nie?;, Running at ihr J.nWr.sT I'lIU |. ? Stop nnd try ifii Ffotil mi f?n-, Cheese, and Ah!, JhiiiL'- in I * i ? lin**! 11 five Some |t( TT KM mii, aruinid - ?livery tiMin -hmirrt"li*rvi- W^rrm-Ty"**""" ' A nd if * oflfd r?l?cl|nutf4hh ." I-ul hi < m ah.-k iUn-:ia>.iS$ur V\bU * h E fsiood :tr?-r?l iliiij:-. iiju*Stor?., X ffl I Reason ouniioi ( i?rj'<|?i?' j Only trj l*h l<luj(.<A'3.aufi. '. t? (.'att'l he t?jUallpil any tvliftv ! IQvery Koni wie? knows In:MAl!.->, '.4 Rushes lo Ith? ftou;t ^cgajyj Jn his .**':inipl?Jrtn<ini iln^V^y, K?pnid.1Iiiifl tolls ifiV...

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. — 7 November 1879

THE ?KANGEBU?G TIMES. ISSUED JFVEHY FRIDAY MORNINO 3IELLICIIAMP & EDWARDS. Proprietors. STILES K. MELLICH AMP Edttor._ Terms of Subscription* One Copy one Year.$1 00 " .Six JMonths. 75 -:o: Rates of Advertising. One Smtare ist Insertion.$1 00 Kach Subsequent " . 50 A'ottcc* inserted in Local Column at 20c per tjne. S ? All Subscriptions and 7'ransicnt Advertise' incuts to be paid for in Advance. f&~ Wc are in no way responsible tor the views or opinions of our Correspond ents. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER' 7, 18m lite Latest from the Front. i< i t h'.i\ ' As near as wo can, on going to puss, we give the probable results of the ballots tu Tuesday all over the country, . In New York, Kobiusnn, the regu lar Democratic nominee lor Governor .carries-the ? wo cities of Brooklyn and .Neyy York by about 20,000 majority, butC'oimll the Republican nominee probably carries the Stale outside <>l these-cities by 33,000 majority, giv ing . hjni a net majority of about 13, OOQ. 'ihe, wind* of...

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. — 7 November 1879

THE ORANGEBU?G TIMES. JB8UUD FVERY FRIDAY MORNING MELLICHAMP & EDWAKDS, Proprietors. ST iL KS lt. MELLICH AMP Editor. Terms of Subscription One Copy one Year.$1 00 " 6 Six Months. 75 :o: Ratea of Advertising. One Square 1 st Insertion.i.$1 00 Each Subsequent " . 60 , Notices i-..-a-.-:c. in rLnal Column at 20c per line j5t7r.ijr? 5 r. AU Subscriptions and Transient Advertise' meat* to be paid for in Advance. wc are jn no way responsible /or theM vie* 8 or opinions of our Correspond ents, i - i ? " Fit IDA V; N ?.V E M B E H~ 7, 1879. ? i ? |. . . ... r . -_.. > i i 'J.i i 11 ? ' '. ?,_ . l-foe tatest from the Front. ,\ t.., ? - As .near as wo can, on going to |>tcea; we give the probable reBults of the ballots ,on Tuesday all over the country. iiJjn Kpw York, Robinson, the regip Jnt Democratic nominee lor Governor ^csarries.,the|,wo cities of Brouklyn-'and $eyv, York by about 20,000 majority, bot Cm lull the Republican nominee .probably carries tbe Stale outside ol .these ...

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. — 7 November 1879

mm mwm m n I ? i m, ? ?? '.J ^ *Th.e Orangeburg Times LOCAL TAKE YOUR CHOICE Between the Tiues at $1.00 for a year; or ths Chariest do Weekly New? and the Tims clubbxd together for $2.50. This gives our fur nie ra as much reading matter as they.,*cau digest during the week, at the cheapest rules ?ter yet.oflered. A Cold Snap Has come upon us this week which forces upou our minds the terrors of the winter in store lor the poor. Tbe Attention Of the ladies is call :d to tin ni.v supply of ladies (leaks and dolmans received by Henry Kihii, at low r prices thau heretofore. Diphtheria? We regret to learn that this terri ble disease has made its appealauCe iu our couuty. We trust that it's pro gress may be checked. Have You Seen The "Man halt en do' lar shirts ?" Its a beauty, at Henry Kohu'a who knows how to give his customers the best valuj: for his mouey. If:????-r-? Beer Steaks And motion chops, an 1 everything else you want iu this line, can bo got II at Mariou Jatksou a behind ihe P...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 November 1879

The Orangeburg Times LOCAL_ TAKE YOUR CHOICE Between the Times at $1.00 for a year; or tha Charleston Weekly News and the Tints clubbed together for $2.50, This gives ourvfariuers as much rending matter as they.,*cau digest during the week, at the cheapest rates ever yet.offcred. A Cold Snap Has come upon us this week which forces upon our minds the terrors of the winter in store tor the poor. The Attention Of the ladies is called th tin ni.v supply of ladies ?loaks and dnlimms received by Henry K ihn, at low r prices than heretofore. Diphtheria? We regret to learn that this terri ble disease has made its uppearaufco in our county. We trust that its pro gress may be checked. Have You Seen The"Muuhatten do'lar shirts ?" Its a beauty, at Henry Kohu's who knows how to give his customers the best vnluj: for bis money. ileeT Steaks Aud mutton chops, an 1 everything else you want in this line, ?uu b<i got at Marion Jack sou s behind ihe Post Office, Only A Few More Left Oi those nice b...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 November 1879

miss liatiic 0 ? k ma11; 1 ><i\ican s1av, unmake.; socks, marV wajnuunak >r; wliJ^^ Kseay, ''cultivuti6Ti^'niul preservation ol'gardcu :cj5b5?pdi?r<jfl|iii> J J iini son, Ks.? a v, "i.ran it .res'' by same; best 2 , horse i^'viug ^^^.VuQfcfe^ i mi U< ? ,~ h<ir?h9 IntAyMbg*1 enb'fl????11 j by \V c Wright; last 1 hor.-? 'plowing (white) by win F Robinson; be?t 1 j horte plowing (.colored) by ipnry I linigler. Congressman Kenna as an Evange list. Lust ivond'ay, as congressman Kim a, of Wist Virginia, was rhling tiling the bunks of vibe New river, on bis way to mercer county, to address the sovereign voters of that bailiwick, lie discovered a couple of colored men fording the stnam with a dilapi dattil concern consisting of an ahoi ( ill mule and a more antique horse attached to an alleged wagon, bud daily the donkey struck a deep hole, when the wagon box floatud tiff with I one of ihe:paiscngers,v the olhefc hav- J ir.g moiiitti d, the hor-o, which, after i drsrcin...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 November 1879

hiiss 11attio: ;'Q.'km[uij li-Aioiiij-'./ir, ini'sV ift'lofln kaY^or^'T^cl^ ^nuV^i'1!.u unmake;: socks'! mit A* wuiftuunnk 'i, Essay, "cultivatio'iViu: ! preservation I ofgnrdcii . ep|i.^5prj/:r.3pi,'{> 1> .1 J uni | SOU, K:ta) , "ina11u res" by same; bust J horse plowing v^'V^^'^r/i'w^^" : >ll Ik .-ri ..U,: ItoVm) ^m?:\VH):r^'euln'i "i!") by w e \vi^yV;<u!es\',l' ho^'Woiviti'g (white) by win F Robinson; beet 1 horse plowing (^colored) by nmry naigler. Congressman Kenna us an Evange list Fast h-onday. as congressman Krni a, of V. tst "Vi'gbiin. was riding al >ng the Imuks of" ibe New river, mi his way to mercer county, to address the t-ovcrcign voters oftlmt bailiwick, lie discovered couple of colored j men fording the striata with a HilAp'r dated concern consisting of an atici < nl mule ami a more antique horse attached lo an alleged wagon. Hud dtnly the donkey struck a deep hole, ; wJieu the wagon box floated oil" with one of thc.gassetigersJp the other, haz ing ...

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. — 14 November 1879

ONE -DOLLAR HEB ANNUM. }? GOD .A.TS D OUR COUNTRY VOLUME VI FRIDAY MOBNINU. NOVEMBER 14, 1879. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE NUMBER 40 F. BeMARS, & gt. ISDKK MASONIC HALL Friends and t'onntrjmen attend! f)o Bot wait until ion ?pend "f^T^ry cent in place? dear, 31 ak* DxMAKH rour Grocer hert! Ask him for hig if A MS ?o nice, Running at the LOWEST PRICE ! Stop ana try hi* Flour uo fine, Cheett, and Aid, things in hin line I liars to mo BUT FRR sent around ? >>ery man tdiould hat? a pound I And if you'd feel well and able, I?ut hit MACKEREL on your Tablo ! dood art all thing* in his Store, Reason cannsbt auk for more-I Onto trj hin LIQUORS rare? if an'i be'.,ualle<l >nr where ! J^tctj man who knows DsMARS, ltu"het for hit good Segaral Jn his Sample Room they fly, f^Tery time that they aredry I Sgfi&e'thing tells them HE'S the man 1. _A.nd he always lends the van ! JfttYtr yet did he retreat,? J)?n't Y?u know he can't be heat? J^ook within hit Storeio grand, Jn hit Bar-Rootu ? n...

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. — 14 November 1879

THE ORANGEBURG TIMES. i6sukd fvkry fhi pay morning MKhldU! AMT ? KDWAKDS. Proprietors. STILUS li. MELLICH AMI' Editor. Terms of Subscription.* One Copy our Year.$1 CO " " Six Months. 7? Rates of Advertising* fhte Square I si Insertion.?1 00 finch Subsequent " . 50 'Slices insnted in Local Column at 20c per Ci' " All Subscriptions ami Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Advance B?y Wo nre in no way responsible for the views or opinions of our Correspond Intn. i V R1 DA Y^K O VE .^ 111 ER 14, 187 9. They Dome at Us. '"Wo sic oil lid uj on in the columns e,i lie Orangtburg Demoi-rnt of last Week to answer the following <pios lions, which wc cheerfully undertake to do, hoping that we may he able to satisfy all parties interested : "Why is it that the Ornnyrbury /Vines is so mild in its sayings ahout Mr.j George Bolivcr? 1 noticed in the last municipal election ho sejiued to have Leen a popular candidate on one side, but the '/'inns had but litllo t<> .-ay about it, wher...

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. — 14 November 1879

_LOCAL_ Onr Partner Is in Columbia having a fino time generally witnessing the Fair sights. See Advertisement by Mr. A. M. Sal Icy of a desirable residence, eligibly situated on the Bcllevillo Road, for sale. Metropolitan Fashions? - Buttericks Winter Fashions are now ready. Call for Catalogue, at Henry Kohn's, Water Wanted Many of the wells in our Burg are going dry and no little inconvenience is experienced from Ibis cause. Horses and Mules? J. W. H. Dukes, Jr., will have in a fresh Mock of fine horses' and mules next week, about Wednesday. Call arT3*exa"mine them, all ye who are in want of a first rate animal. ?r. T. A. Elliott The veuerable champion of the Temperance Caisc of Orangeburg took the train on Wednesday for Co lumbia to attend the meeting of the Sons of Temperance of the State. Crowded Out?\ The unusual press-of new advertise men to this week has "crowded out sev eral communications that we would like to have got in. They will appear in our next.. There are Checks j I...

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. — 14 November 1879

I A Word to Farmers. . * j ^ l X ? :' . v . It iu generally thought that far mers are an independent sort of p?ople, and fully able to take caro of themselves; but,"in truth, they are as liable to be deceived and imposed upon as other peoplo. The State prees sometimes drops politics for tho moment, and deigns to givo.the far mer some good advice, which thoy do not always profit by. Fanners may think they ' know more hbout their own business than editois, but in this they may sometimes bo mistaken. AVe cannot always see ourselves and our blunders as others do, and wo ehou'd give even those who may know less, than we do a patient bearing. It is thought by some that the weak ness and misfortunes of tbe farmers grow, out of tbe wont < f proper organization and political depend ence. They often play into the hands of those who would wrong them by uniting against themselves. They cither throw away their votes or iill tiro halls of legislation with lawyers, land agents* nnd loancrs. The...

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