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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 28 February 1879

The Oransreburff De A DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE BEST INTERESTS OF ORANGEBURG COUNTY. V?l. I. ORASTGEBURG, S. 04 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1879. M?. 9. 'SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietors.. SUUSCUH'TION. Ono Year.81 0 Six Months.1 0 Ministers of tho Gospel.1 0 Advertisements. Flrstinstertlon.v.$1.0 Eaoh Subsequent Insertion.?0 Liberal contructs made for 3 month and over. ?OB OFFICE 18 l'KEl'AUKD TO DO ALL KINDS OF Jo!) 3?riiitirig TUE NEGRO TH85I?S. ? o? ANOTHER EXPLANATION OF HIS CASE. Dr. Mtddleton Michel, the well known and accomplished Professor of Physiology and Histology in tho Medical College of South Carolina, recently contributed to tho "Boston Medical rind Surgical journal," a most original and vigorous article upon the base of the negro, Thomas ; a caso which so tile weeks ago, at tracted so much attention among our own savants, here in Augusta. Dr. Michel is evidently a skeptic in regard to the dusky gentleman's main performance, as the very cap tion of his article indic...

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. — 28 February 1879

The Orangeburg Democrat II. G. SlIKlUDAK, I',, Jam is I, Sims, } 1 roPrlctor8' SUlisCItirTJ?K; Our Y?!ir. t>>! r><> Six Months.I <><> Ministers'?!' the Gospel.1 o<? -o? AltVKItTISINO ItATKS. First Tus-I ii >n, p'T Miii-'irc.1 OO Each Subsequent Inj-eriion.GO J?^"*m>vr.al cnnlrnets mime lur I In re iiionlhs mill Immer periods. All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. Mar rinses und Notices ?>f Deaths, not milking ??v?:i* one square, Inserted tree, mid solicited. ? ?o? JS5""Wo are not responsible for the views of our Correspondents. AH BiiHlneuRCommunications. Letters for Publication, nut] Orders for Subscrip tion', :t? wi?\l hk :dl Advertiselnents. should be address??! to SllEIUDAN ? SIMS. Orun?rehurjr, S. C. OitAKCKlfuitti, S. C., FKU. 28; iS70. Ouv Rcprescntali\es. These woi thy gentlemen, represent ing our-poition of< the United States, are coining up nobly to t lie lull tncas tfreof duty, und meeting manfully the responsi...

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. — 28 February 1879

- - The Oraugeburg Democrat. .A. Irwjpov ioi* <lic> X'o<>i>lo. methodist.?Rev. O. A. Darby. Pus ton; Services eyery .Sunday morning at haR-pasJ JO o'clock Und, at night ut liiill. past 7, ?'telqdk. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday evening at half-past 7 o'clock. Sabbath School every Sunday morning at 0 o'clock, Children's meeting: every third Suuday. i PnnsuYTKkian ? Rev. j. A. D. Brown. Pastor. Services evcry.Suuday morning at halt-past it) o'clock, and in the after noon at half-past 4 o'clock. Prayer meet ing eveiy Thursday afternoon at half past 4 o'clock. Sabbaih School every Sunday morning at half-past'8 o'clock.' BAPTIST ? Rev. T. W. Mellieluimp, Pastor. Service? every third ami fourth Sunday morning at half-past 10 o'clock and at night half-past t8 o'clock Sab bath School every Sunday morning at half-past S o'clock". SuNdy School,Mis eionatV Meeting every fourth Sunday. lutheran.?Rev. j. F. Riser, Pastor. Services every Sunday morning at half past 10 o'clock and ...

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. — 28 February 1879

Too True. Appropos of tbo Republicans' po sition on the Robcson tnvegtigatipn, the Chicago Times says : "if John Sherman should organize a ?iob, break open the New York sub-lfcas hry, load the contents on a revenue I'Uttcr and sail gayly away for Tim bnetoo, thb matter would be investi gated by a Congressional committee, 'and there would be the usual division of strict party lines, with majority and minority lcports?the latter de fending the removal of the deposits ns a highly patriotic measure and a masterpiece of financial wisdom. These effects of party fanaticism only reflect the moral condition of the popular mind, and nothing better need be expected until the mass of the people aro brought to believe that bHlcial robbers are no better than common tltievcs, and that defenders bf theft are as guilty as those who Steal." How to Buy a Horse. The Rural New Yorker says an in tending purchaser should have the horse brought out before him, and watch the animn"! ?s he stands ht rest. Jf...

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. — 7 March 1879

'? ?? "Vol. i? ORANGEBURG, S. C, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1879. 3STo. lO. SHERIDAN A SIMS, Proprietors. SutisciurTioN. Oho Year................St.GO Six Months.1.00 Ministers of the Gospel.......uuuitA.00 ADVBBTI8EUENT8. First Instertlon.<4<U.OO Each Subsequent Insertion.50 Liberal coutracts made for 3 month and over. I JOB OFFICE 13 PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS OP THE TRAGIC DEATH OF A BRIDE OF A FEW MONTHS. A passenger by the Australia tells of a married pair appearing on ship board at the moment the gang-plank was heing pulled in at the dock in Now York. A state-r?om had been procured in some mysterious manner, and some huge trunks followed, but tbe owners came last, and the captain Was somewhat puzzled to find that the name on the passenger-list and the occupants of the state-room were not the same. After the ship, how ever lost eight of land, the captain was taken into the confidence of the gentleman, and told of an elopement. The groom was a man about forty years of age, a foreigner...

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. — 7 March 1879

j\. Pnj>cr Ibr trlio lJooj>lo. JAMf-s L. bisis, ) 1 JSLlJSCItirTJON. One Year.S#l ."><> Six Months.1 OO Ministers of thu Gospel.1 ?O First Insirtlon,,per Mjn?re..?.1 <>o Euch Subsequent Insertion.f><> > gQpv Liberal eoiitrtieis mau? i.or;tthree moulds und longer periods. ; KW transient advertisement* must he paid for in, nd.van.ee. , "? r Marriages ami1 Nh'tices or Peartis. not rfmita'ltmg 'over ono^sq;mre, Jufcerled, Irce. (.a.^ndf solicited. . ,, . ... ^'??fer^Wc' aro not-responsible Tor the f ?Mjyiow's-of our Correspondents. f/4>* I AH Ijnsjue.ss Communications. Letters for Puliih-adon, ami Orders for Slibscrlp '''?TlotP. ' as' well as all Advertisements, y.,,<6jK>u|d he addressed to ia-i rH-,1 ? SIlKItlD?N & SIMS. Orangelturg. S. C. oi . OhANUEiiuno, s. C, MAncai 7, 1S7!). ,. tl The Test Oath. ?.?<? The practicability of repealing .the "test; oath, which has for some time been -agitating Congress, sueuis lo be jn: something.of an ...

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. — 7 March 1879

A. I?txx>ox* for tlio Pooplo. Clnnl'cii. i>ii*o?toi-y. Methodist.?Rev. O. A. Darby.. Pas tor. Services every Sunday morning' at half-past 10 o'clock and at night at half past ?7 to'olock.j Prayer Meeting every Wednesday evertiug>at balf-past 7 o'clock. Sabbath School every Sunday morning at f) o'clock. Children's meeting every third Sunday. Peesuytkrian.?Rev. J. a. D. Drown, Pastor. Services every Sunday morning at half-ua^t.lO; o'clock. ai)d in theafrer noon at italf-past 4 o'clock. Prayer 'meet ing every Thursday afternoon at half past 4 o'clock. Sabbath School every Sunday morning at half-past 8 o'clock. ::! Baptist.?Rev. T: W. Melllchamp, Pastor. Services every third and fourth Sunday morning at half-past, 10 o'clock and at night half-past 8 o'clock Sab bath School every Sunday morning at half-past 8 o'eloek. SnNdy School Mls Bionary.'MpQthig;o,ver'y fourth Sunday. Lutheran.?Rev. J. F. Riser, Pastor. Servlcue,, every Sunday morning at.half nast 10 o'clock and at night a...

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. — 7 March 1879

137 31 ?3 .TThct T?bomoddYlamH7 j Tlierc'lSTFTlrnt?; vro^kntrvv hot when, A point,.we know not whorei . I * ' That markdthe destiny or man To glory or despair... ? There'Is'a limy by ui? unseen, That crosses every path; ? The hidden boundary between God*6"putlence an<t"llls wrath. 1 To pnsrf t'hiit llhnlt Is to die, 'J'o die as if by stealth ; It does not quench tho beaming eye. Or pale lift glow of health. The conscience may bei still at ease, The spirit light and gay ; 1 > That which is pleading still may please, And care be thrust away. But on Mint forehead Ood has set ?n Indcllibly a mark ; Unseen by man, for man as yet, Is blind and in the dark. And yet tho doomed man's path belOw, Like Eden may have hlovnnjd ; lie did not, does not, will nut know, Or feel that he is doomed,, lie knovs< he leels that all is well, And every fear is oil lined: -J -. lie livos. lie dies, lie wakes hi hell, Not" only doomed, but damned. , Oh ['where. Is this mysterious bourne, By whlcii ou...

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. — 14 March 1879

?f ' ? ' ' ? - 1 ?i SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. SUBSCKIPTJON. One Year.i?.WUw Six Months.1.00 Ministers of tho Gospel.........1.0Q *.'.: ., ADVERTISEMENT^. First Instertlon.?1.00 Each Subsequent Insertion.?U ' Liberal contracts maejp for a month and over.' ? ?? i ? >? ; JOB OFFICE 19 I'nKJ'AHEU ITO DO ALL JCIJjJpS OK. Joto 3?piiatip.?wv DRYCJUIL1 Jl'S GOUnTSlilP. ?f ?o?"'? HOW A. LOUISVILLE SCIENTIST MET HIS FATE IN ARKANSAS. Dr. Graham having passed a very creditable examination beforo tbe medical board, was commissioned an I assistant surgeon in the,United Stales army in 18?, and ordered to report for duty to the commanding officer at Fort McKavett, Texas. There were no railroads in the Western country at that time, and the usuai way of getting to Texas was by .the Mississippi river to New Orleans, and (hen crossing the gulf to stage it up through tho State. I>r. Graham was yery desirous of cxamiuing the Wes tern country mineralogically, so ap plied and received permis...

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. — 14 March 1879

Papon lor iIio People. II..G. mm*?, \ Proprietors. JAMES h. !MM3, J 1 ^UUSCli-U'XION. ?One Yenr.4frX *?0 ;8lx Mooths^,.. ,.,.^.,..pXj. OO Ministers of ,'tb.o Gospel.1 OO -o? ADVERTISING KATES* Pirst Insertion, per square*.1 OO ICaeb Subsequent Insertion.GO ;.-<g^l.,iberal contracts niaue ior three au SotiiB ami longer periods. All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. Marriages and Notices of Doatbs, not .nrituti?? over one Square, inserted free, und solicited. , ?o? t?^-\Ve 'aro not responsible for the views of our Correspondents. All DustncBS GOnuaunlcatlpns, Tett ers for Publication, and Orders fur Subscrip tion, as well as all Advertisements, jiliQUld be addressed to SHERIDAN & SIMS, Oran-reburjr, ?. 0. Oranokuuho, S. C, MAUCII11,1S7.9. Good Government. Gov. W. D. Simpson received a letter from Gen. "Wade Hampton .bearing.dale Feb. 24 lb, 1879, resign ing the office of Governor of Uic Stale of South Carolina. It is scarcely within the scope of computation ...

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. — 14 March 1879

A. l?flJ>OX> :f3?ir;,'tln? Pcoplo. Ohuroh Directory. Methodist.?Rev. O. A. Darby, Pos tor. Services every Sunday morning at half-past 10 p'ulook and,at night at half past 7 o'clrtek* ' Prayer "Meeting every Wednesday evening at half-past 7 o'clock. Sabbath School every Sunday morning lit 1) o'clock. Children's!meeting every third Suuday. PRESBYTERIAN.?Rev. J. A. D. Brown, Pastor. iServioaa every Sunday morning at half-past 10 o'clock1, and in the after noon at half-past4 o'clock. Prayer meet ing every Thursday afternoon" at half past. 4 o'elgok. Sabbath School?every Sunday morning Ut half-past 8 o'clock. Baptist.?Rev. ji. W. ' Mojliehainp, ?Pastor. Services every third and fourth Sunday morning at half-past 10 o'clock and at night, half-past! 8 o'clock Sab bath School every Sunday morning at half-past. 8 o'clock., SuNtly School Mis sionary Meeting every fourth Sunday. lutheran.?Rev. J. F. Ki.^er. Pastor. Services every'Sunday morning at half past 10 o'clock and at night at hal...

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. — 14 March 1879

To My Sainted Wifo. ^ Ono fragrant bud to bloom r VVhere Love and Memory will linger I lug stay; One.llttlo leaf upon thine early tomb, r My heart woidd lay. v ? l 3 know hot how-to call I The words that might thy loveliness en shrine; < . What/?ni?Jdn common life portray is all t Unlit for thine, ?? ? ' ; '*} I i t.". * r mow and see? fullest bitterness of loss oppress ed? ?Thon wert the fairest of all earth to me, ? The purest?best. , , I ???ly ki 7 With f Art may indeed transfer / And keep the beauty of thy form and fpee; flat who can paint tli)' pcr'o.'t character, . Thy epirit?grace V . . Death wipes no faults awny i For" nfe?makes none more good, more . worthy seenr; < And.thou, dear R?sa, art the same to-day. .* 'Ihap t'jioj) hast been. As flowers of loveliness /That richest perfuuio ?Willi oxjgleneQ ? give. Their .mission but to charm and bless? Ho did'ft thou live. I will riob^-dafc not?weep . That thou from every pain hast gone ?| away?V U. ?' ,?.. >' TJiatrb.lUe ...

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. — 21 March 1879

? SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietor*. SUDSORIPTIONc One Tear..??,..81 .Cd Blx Months.~..1.00 Ministem of the Gospel.1.00 ADyEBYI8KHENT8. INrst Instertl?h.?1.00 Each Subsequent Insortlon.60 Liberal cootraets aiado for 3 month and over. > JOB OFFICES .. ? . . ???! ?: ?' Al 10 rREPABED TO DO ALL KItfDs6*; ? \ Job T^riritiixgl l Jl in mm toow. HOW 8J8E FOOLED AN OLD DEACON AND -THEN MAK3IED JUS SON. It 1$ universally conceded that wid ows?and especially young widows? are lire most artful creatures in the world. They seein to. know all man's weaknesses, and to play upon them remorselessly. Somo ladies a few days'since were discussing a little in cident that recently occurred, in which this peculiarity was conspicu ously, displayed. A wealthy young widow had won the affection of a cer tain youth, and there was every indi cation of a speedy marriage, when the old gentleman?the young man's fatherr?unexpectedly interposed a ?decided negative. Ho was a staid old deacon and himself a widower....

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. — 21 March 1879

it\. l^upcx* ibx* tlio I'eople. II. Gv Siieiuua?v> Proprietors. ?Jami.s L< Sijjs, $ ! ? . * SLUSUIMI'TJO^T. One Year.? .;. .$U !TiO fix Month^.'.. .U?.1 OO 'jMIiiisbtJMujJ .the'.Gospvl.1 OO AOVKUTISI n? hates. First Insertion, per square.;!.1. 0<>. feach 'Subsequent Insertion.??'???.&5*> * Kfr-Libpral aoiftraets uueue /or throe" month* undl?ijjicr period.-;. < I AH transiunc ndvertjMJiuonU mu*t bo paid-for in ad /aued-.'-' \ Marriages'end Notices of Dual Iis?, not making ovcv..q;)e #quaivs. Inserted free,, mid solicit*. " ? '; |gyr:?'c aro not responsible for the ylews of A?ur.CorrJe/?po;ide'ijt?, ?< i. i AH Ruihiess Oonimit^lcatliins, Letters for Publication, uo?'?rdur.? tor Subscrip tion, Hit well as all . Advertisements, should be addnisseij "to ) ? :l? : 'U"" SHERIDAN & SIMS, Mil) , Orari<robur?r. S. C : OUAKOEBUIlb, S. C; MAUCH 21, IS79. Supervisors of Elections. In a?prcvious isssuc while treating the matter of the repeal of the Test Oath;: We '...

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. — 21 March 1879

Church Diveotory. Methodist.?Rev. ?. A. Dnrby. Pas tor. Service*jp^ry-Sundnu m?/nlnjr t\t ^half-past lOvn'fclocK diWM flTgbtint bahr' past 7 o'clock. Prayer Meeting cverj :Weduesday eveningat half-past 7 o'clock. .Sabbath School every 6'?nd?y ui?r'nW?? :at 0 o'clock. Children's hiecflng every 'third Suudav. ' PRESUYTKRIANrfT?ftV. J>A. D. Brt>WU, Pastor. Services^fcVlVy^bday inoHhihgJ at hair-psBt 10 o'clock, and in the after noon at hait-pasc4 o'clock, prayer pieet ling eveiy Thursday afternoon at half past V o*ClbHk; * Sabbafh School; every Mtmdny morning at half-past s o'clock. ? Baptist.?Kev. T. W.' jiieilldbainp; Pastor. Services every third and fourth Sunday morning at halftpa'St 10 .o'lilook and at night hull-past 8 o'clock Sab bath School every Sunday, morning at. Jialf-past 8 o'clock? SuNdy School Mis sionary Meeting,every fourth Sundny. lutueua^.'-^ReV. WFJ Ivlser, Pifslo-ri Services every Sunday niornihg at. half J past 10 o'clock and at night at half-past 7 o'clock....

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. — 21 March 1879

Immortality. A solemn murmur of tue soul Teilt Of u world to be, As travelers bear the billows roll Bo tore they reach the sea; ff*M* that this envious, yearuing soul, Heir of that world to be Beyond tho grave's dark, silent goal, Qlmjl lj.vo eternaUy j Tellg that, as after winter storms Cmnp ijfo and loy and bloom, Bo l{fo anew1 shall clothe these forms That slumber hi tho tomb; .Teds of ? dread, impending hour Of solemn, final doom, y.Tien at tho eull of sovereign power All shall to judgment come; ?>1 V I 'I ;? ( ? ? > I ' , i ' I Tells of a purer, butter sphere, A vernal, tranquil Bhoro, vVhere thoso who love and worship hcie Shrdl, worship evermore. ph! solemn mumnur of the soul| Oh! i-.nlemn world so be! To live while endless ages roll, 'Tis immortality. Blaine's State, fctr. Blaiuo'a Louie, the city of Au gusta, failed to ohooso a Mayor at tho eleption on Monday, the Republi can candidate got 730 votes, Citizens' nominee ?19 and tho Greenbacker ?63. Ifbis speaks volumes ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 28 March 1879

-SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. - fr? -\i ^ 'mVtt U ; i .... Sl^OaiPTJpN. Six Mnnihw.;.'.*,uy ? Advertisements. rlMr?tIn3terttonM.....^v..V.iJ.;:iiir.v.;i..81.00 ?Eacli^uVsRiAUeiit.lnsortVpn.*....^.-;?.'....00 I/fberal contracts matlo for 3 month,:. and over. I <$twgtb\%xfi; ?tmmU IS 1'RKl'iRED TO PO AI/L KJtiPB Of * v< ? 5 .llttf ; ?ilO < ?<> 1.?.?timotf zl?l dob Fnntiiig .O?c?JtFij)MT?lTuR\y.,,:' u HOW a L?TT^tf B?OM HOME CAtfSEp a >S , SOLDIER TO DKSISH'^.'. ?Aua? '?(i?'pipolitical, g?iperjng i? Tuscumbia, Ala., Genoral Culleu A. Battle related the following story in the course bT^?is speech; ^D?rih^lh'?^winter of %jto)$-%4ffi was 1 my 'f?rtune to bo ''"president of one of the courts-martial of the Army of'!:^fjtKirnr' Virgj|mirr( One bleak December mprn|rig*,while the'snow covered the grounds and the wind howled around our. pamp, I left my bivouac firpto attend the session of the cqurt, Winding along, for miles, uncertain patlis, I at length arrived at tho c...

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. — 28 March 1879

A. Pupor for tJ^o'^o.-QJP^^* ,8t"B3Cnil*TION.. One Year..!'..'.'...*..!.SO 'Six aloilths.1 OO 'MlnUters of-4he Gospel.1 OO 12 14 4 J 1U'4 r LdOl Fl^t ;I"syr^9.Py per .f?uare......,.^L^OO vlaoli Subsequent Insertion.?????UmmoO j^TTj^Ue^l, con^n^tfi .nuiue *or threw, wonih^^^^ ^e^il^, , . , . All irauslenr. adverUieiuent? must be p^ti%vVaO;vurU!c. ' ? ?WrJti?!Vbs fthd- Notices of Deaths, not miy^ujt .over,one square, .inserted free,, and jiolicltud.' yjontJ ftiiiv ? '-Q,, ?-.? !? |g|^Wo: are not responsible, for the .views of oui\Cor,ce5pouaentN. ., y All Vu8lnes?.Conuuui\tcHtions, Letter?' :forP.Wle*Hbtl, and Orders Tor Sdbtrorip-* tlo^l/ifcfi^ell in> Ml ^d,ver.i,h;i'iHeiits, Boiutolln k! ????.?rankotnir&'S.'C. ? ?' ti>oi< .>7-"iiT'? ~? ''?:\ ??' -T^Frw 2. O^A^G^yKO, S..!pM March 28,1S?9. Southern Lilo (nsuranc? Company. C -^Ye have henyd several iucjuiri'es. jna^Ojireccotly about, the. ^p^dKion of jthi^ Insurance company'. by citizens. ccr^?y an ?r^ol,e j .a?pearqcl ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 28 March 1879

METnonarrK-f-Rirof). <tfi? ?nrbw, P^s? ?tor. Sesvloerf ftvery'wsrimiy^iiowUip' at ,ualf-pastT? o'clock and at night at half,-, 1 past 7 o'clock. Prayer Meeting .ever}' '. Wednesday everHu^U/lJalf-pastrir^cloc.k.: . Sabbath School .evcr^. SunoVy.nuuNiingl " at 9 o'clock. Children's meeting every third Suudav. i>1 col i 'itvhl. Puksbytekian.?Rev. J. A. D. Brown, Pastor. Services every SiMiday<mornhig at half-past 10 o'clock, ah(l in the after noon at half-past4 o'clock. Prayer meet 'lng eveiy Thursday afternoon at'half !past 4 o'clock. ??taftf $chpol every ;Sunday mornlng^atTmlT-pas't So'eloek. ' ? Baptist.?Rev. T. W. MeUichainpy ?Pastor. Serviqes everjr-thlrd and fourth .Sunday mornkfg aThafr-pwst 10 o'ilfcck' and nt night half-past 8 o'clock Sab slonary Meeting every fourthSunday. ? Lutukkan.?Rev. J. R.Kiaqr^lfastor., .Services every Sunday nforning at half ,PaBU;0.-3^cJlo^,1Rlul at night at half-past l^cTCctfi?abbath Scho?TVvcry Sunday morning at half-past 8 o'clock.'' ' "...

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. — 28 March 1879

iTfhPiDelinquont Subscriber. ; ? | Ouo day last week, while snd anil dreary, ?.s wo wended,wgca^uud weary, Across tlipjuofwjpt floor?. Wo heard, ut ilrst, a gentle tapping, Ttien ic became uu earnest rapping ' At our sanctum door. ?>' 1 i\? ti.i / I.T J, I. "Cojnohijl" we said; while ho pondered, And hi tdhnce we ttlll wondend '* *? *Vlt?MWe(IS could-Uttth sll?A3: 3Al?#q|t,R?utly turning . ? ; lu )ia walked. Our eheek was burning! j'Wouylits of crluison gore. ??" ? '? ?' !^ .. /? ) W<3 "Afeyou thcpian who does the writing?" The word that rhyme* with thhs'is lighting, ?fii?ek!y:th?U|fli|->y<?rtO'er aad.o'er. l'.SirV*4i aM'4 Wgii.'uyHoid iah*,, -.' -C Nodding to the'boys tbMiold hUi, h df ho tried to beat us sore. "Then you'll'pVease glVe'mc credit,' " ' ?i'Muo that little debits,. , . .,, ''Vor thVsud/of two dblr?rSni?rd, * I like your paper and will take it As long* asyon strive to makd }i ' As good us it has been boforo.?? lO )o| ? . ? i ?; ?iT</ We Jumped! Ho dodged...

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