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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 19 December 1879

A Puzzling Situation. ti.ing tu reply when a person says "thank you?" To how merely .scorns stift* and cold; to say "you're wel come," provincial, "same to you"' and "you're another," do not seem q uile right somehow, and "how d ye do,'' is absent and awkward. ''Don't mention it,'' may suit a book agent or a ticket porter, but we want something better for holiday use. ''Not at ail" seems to imply that the tbankist is a liar. Perhaps the best thing under the circumstances is to grin gracefully and change the subject. Truth and Error. T here are only two powerful in fluences at work in the world; an I these two influences areTiuthand Error. They are essentially different as lightMind darkness,?and we ean not compound theni. They arc'ever found in the deadliest conflict When one unfurls its banner, the oilier must light or leavedhe4field. We find ih< sc t'.vo powers always at war in every true man's breast, and they light on until the hist flickering spark ol' lifo goes out, when Tr...

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. — 26 December 1879
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. — 26 December 1879
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. — 26 December 1879

THE OltANGEBURG TIMES. ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING MKLIjICIIAMI' & EDWARDS, l'ronrietors. STlbES R. MKI.IilCHAMI' Editor. Terms ol* Subscript ion. One Cojiy one Year.$1 00 " " .Six Monthx. 75 -? :o: Rates of Advertising. One Square Ifl Insertion.SI 00 'Each Subsequent ". 50 Notices inserted in Local Column at 2Qr per Line. All Subscriptions aud Transient Advertise ments to be paid/or in Advance ?ky^~- Jfiv- are in no way responsible for the views or opinions of our Correspond ^ Fill DA Y, DKCKMHKlt &, 187U. Merry, Merry Christ mu.s ! ? Yes> we say merry Christmas to all from the bottom of our heart. "Why should it bo otherwise? Wo are celebrating the day when joy, light and truth were born into tho world; the day of all others the most joyous to the Christian heart. Iiis meet and proper that we should cele brate it with pawns ol joy, and as wo make glad with affections offerings v.-iihin the family circle aud from friend to friend, our hearts should swell with gratitude a...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 26 December 1879

UN I) KR MASONIC HALT, l)7r?OH?8s and C'o"?<?*J 5"*'" ailtcml! T^o not wnit until ion spend Kvcry cent in plnoco dear, J>fakf- PkMAKN v'oifrOrocor here! Ask him Cor his II \MS so nice, Running at the PRICIi 1 }?j(qp and try his Flour so lino, Cheese, add AT.!, things in his lim*? Ifavo some BUTTEH sent around? Every man should have a pound ! And if you'd feel well and able, l?ut his MACKTsRlSL on your Table ! Good are all things in his Store, Reason cnjnmt-ihk for more I Onlv \ri Iiis LIQUORS rare? run I bo equal led any where! Kvery man who knows DkMAHS, Rushes for his good Segars! In Iiis Sample Room they Ijy, l?very time that they arc dry ! Some'thing tells tlicra It ICS the mvi ! A"d he always leads the van ! Jftevcr yet did he retreat,? l^on't you know he can't be beat? 1?ook within his Store ho grand, |n his Bar-Itoom?near at hand; Oucstion him ami von will see? llNPKUSOLD-III', CANNOT BE! Oh ! wait not till you are. wisyr, Reason noinUJto Sir. KISKlv, Veiling lancy. Pri...

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. — 2 January 1880

AUCTIONEERING, T. C. HUBBELL WILL ATTEND TO THESALKS of Heal Estate, Personal Pioperly, ?Sc .', Pub lic or Private. Business entrusted to him will be promptly attended to. Orangeburg, So. Ca., Pec. 1st 1879. nov 28 LS7'J. ~A CHANGE OF BUSINESS IJThe undersigned would respectful ly inform the citizens of this and adjoining Counties , that he has given up merchandizing in order to give his whole attention to buying- sto^jk FOR THIS MARKET Will arrive the coming week a large lot of line Harness ami Saddle ' HORSES which will he offered at very reasonable prices. Having many years experience in the above business I feel confident of giving lull i-at is faction to every one i who favors me with their patronage. W. M. SAIN. At the Old Stand. "pTg. GAMW ONF. IKIOK RAST <>l-' I>r. A. CJ. IMikcN Drug Kl?r< . Pill CJK LIST Breech-Loading sinplo barrel Guns fjum $15 up. . Double barrel {Breech-Loaders front $27 up. , Single barrel Muzzle Loader's from $2 50 up. Lnublo barrel Muzzle...

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. — 2 January 1880

THE ORANGEBURG TIMES. i?*r?'t) ri'v T-,.!.,, >? v. ,\ f.bu AiifhS, Propsielors. STILUS ';. MI?ldttllAMr Ki?tnr. TeiTOi-! <>1" Snljscri'iptioii? Our Copy our Year.?1 00 " " Six Months. 7?"> Hales ol' Advertising. Cine Suuarc 1st Insertion.$1 00 hack Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in Locol Column at 20c per Line.' All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise' men Is to he paid fur in Adeanec. S@P" Wo aro in no way responsible lor Iho victs or opinions of our Correspond ing. Kill LA Y. JANTAKY ~, V6<i>." "~ A Happy Wew Year. We send our greetings to iho ninny readers ol the TlMKS in this first issue of 1880, and wish one and all "a happy New Year." It is well at tho end of the old year to lake our reckoning for the past, and in the. beginning of the new to re-dedicate out selves to the duties of life, and to resolve, with help from above, that we will become better men and women. If, in reviewing the past, we are not satisfied with our progress, it is useless to desp...

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. — 2 January 1880

THE ORANGEBURG TIMES. IPPT'flj "|'f?S' jf?'1T>Vv . MV ,\ V.li\\ AMDS, Prop:itdors. STILKS 'I. JIKhbUVitAMF Ihlitor.. rJ\>l*lliK; <>!* Sul)scri|)t ion. One ( 'opy one Ycur.?1 oo " " Six Moni im. 7? Hates of Advertising. One Square Ist Insertion.$1 00 ]-'ach Subsequent " . 50 Notice* inserted in Loral Column at 20c ncr Line.' All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ment* to be paid for in Advance. ??jv- \\\, j,, uq wav responsible lor the viens or opinions of our Correspond Cuts. Fit 11 >A Y, ,IA N I' A KY IS-"0." A Happy New Year. We send our greetings to (lie many readers ol tbe Tjmks in this first issue of 1880, and wish one und all "a happy New Year." It is well at the end of tho old year to take our reckoning for the past, and in the beginning of the now tore-dedicate out selves to the duties of life, and to resolve, with help from above, that we will become better men and women. If, in reviewing the past, we are not satisfied with our progress, it is useless to ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 2 January 1880

The 'Orangeburg Time? L O C .A. Hi OUR (JLU1I Arrangement with the Noes and Courier is working charmingly. By it two paper, the Weekly Neu.'* and the Tmis is obtained lor the incredibly email sum of $2 50, and the subscrib er gets as much reading as he can digcit the whole week. Court On Monday. TbankH For a complimentary to the Grand Ball at Lcwisvilleon Christmas Day. The names of tho Committee were a guarantee of success. Tue ^riint Itoou? Is kept alivo by '.he great boomer Vooming around to show himself. lie is now advertised for Charleston Augusta and elsewhere. ? - ?? - ?.? - ? The Lawyers Will be phased to notice that Dr. Teat-dale will preach for their special benefit on Monday night. It will be at the opening of Court, and an appropriate time for good advice. Let all turn out. A New YcuITn Dinner Was enjoyed by a happy company at Baxter's, formerly Merouey's I Hotel yesterday. We acknowledge a complimentary from friend Baxter, but regret that business prevented our attendan...

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. — 2 January 1880

The action of the Returning Hoard oi the Pino State in counting out the Republican majority of its Legisla ture and giving certificates to Demo cratic majority, and thereby ensur ing the seating of a Democratic Governor hus doubtless knocked the refined sensibilities of the great mor al idea party of the country, the im imaculatc sweet scented Republican party, which capped some of its vil liaus by counting in a President and prepet rating the most bohl faced steal in the world. It is a commen tary on the Republican political tui tion, and is the sequence of it. There is an old saying that "sins, like chick ens, come home to roost," and this i.s a verification of the maxim. How it must shock the Radical saints to he caught, at their own game and beaten. If it had happened South of Mason and Dixon's Lin?, the howl would have been fearful, and sanctimonious hypocrites <?t the liluinc, Conk ling and Garfield stripe would have raised their eyes in holy horror. We can not, however, re...

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. — 9 January 1880

AUCTION ?E RING, T. C. HUBBELL WILL ATTEND TO THE SALES of Real Estate, Personal l'toperty, &c , Pub lic or Private. Business rntrnsled lo him ?vill he promptly attended to. Orahgcburg, So. Ca., Dec. 1st IST'.h nov 28 1*79. A CHANGE OF BUSINESS ||Thc undersigned would respectful ly inform the citizens of this nnd adjoining Counties , that helms given up merchandizing in order to give his whole attention to BUYING STO^K FOK THIS MARKET Will arrive the coming week a large lot of fine Harness and Saddle HORSES which will he offered at very reasonable prices. Having many years experience in the above business I feel confident of giving full tatiiffrtction to every one who favors me with their patronage. W. M. SAIN. At the Old Stand. tTg. CAMW OXK nOOlt EAST OP J*r. A. I>iake*s Di'titf Stnre, 1M11CK I dST Breech-Loading single barrel Guns fiom $15 up. ? Double barrel JBrecch-Eoaders from $27 up. Single barrel Muzzle Loadeis from $2 50 up. Trouble barrel Mu/./de-Loaders from $?7 50...

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. — 9 January 1880

Tino o]iAN(ii:i;i;iuj times. ! ' I'< ? i?) t;i >.(* S ? 11 > -ii ?: i \ i ;? . ? i'; <>:.. ('?:??>: ?.,<? y,,i,. .i <.,i "' :?? .?-, Hilles ol" ,\.\ \ erlisiitg. Ohe Stp'tire 17 friarrtinti.:?1 O? Juten Sulifeij?enl " . NotiecH intcrtc? in Local ?' b''0*i?i wCiOc per ?/Jirj ,!// Suo.-cripl'oiif oml Tniwicnt .! : ? /?'!??? ? vienl* to be paid for iu Adroucc. ?^f?" Wo nr?! in mi way responsible lor (Im views or opinions <>f our Corn- |iond jnts. I KIDAY, AM A |{\ ;\ is-)i. Grant Receptions. Wc refer our readers witli pride | ami pleasure lo tin extract in another column of our paper, from iln> tid mi ruble niul well limed c<l itorial of (be News and Courier no the above subject. \Yc endorse thoroughly the high-toned sentiments expressed by our contemporary, and cejoieu that a Mopcr j uUic trntimcnl has been so nbly set forth. We have no path nee I with cringing and toadyism, or hy- j pocrisy. Wc put them nil in the s nie i category with lying and st...

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. — 9 January 1880

The 'Ornngeb-rirg Time: L O C -A. I, ?5JR Cl?fUll Arrangement with the New* <>?<> Courier, is working charmingly. By it two j a per, the Weekly Neu.? and the TiMIS is obtained tor the incredibly Email sum of ?2 50, and the subscrib er gets as much rending as he can digest the whole week. A Cold Snap Is coming upon vis, with n prospect of bad weather. The ilorwe Itaec Over the river, on Tuesday after noon created,some excitement. Mr. W. C. Mitchell's nag was the winner. Some "Pork - Mr. YV. J. Fairey killed two hogs Oil Saturday last, two years nl.il, that made each 400 pounds neat pork. Who can beat that ? Too Talkative? Sadie Robinson and Jane t'raser were taken up and lodged in jail on Monday for indulging the uniuly member loo frei ly. A AfCtv ( i!i/.en Capt. John I), rainier, of ihu Folk, is moving into town, and will now become a citizen ol Orangeburg. "We welcome him am ongst us. ltisltop IfoH'e Of tho Protestant Episcopal ( hureh will visit the Orangeburg ( hutch ...

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. — 9 January 1880

Kor the Orangeburg Times. Don Gratias! FuU oft L'vu thought these goUlun worein My staff of LUe, my llopo of lieav'ii; And 1 have touched all human chords Tu wring Motu them the promise giv'n ! Anil I have wrestled with my file, And mapy times my heart tipbraid'd, Because unlit on 11 im to wait, Who in the past my life has aid'd ! And I have asked in suppliant tones For boons I dare not here to name; And I have yearned for other zones To 'scape mo from this life so vain : ? And yet 1 breathe and live Unheard; ? My anguished prayers availeth not; ? Ol? I w here's thepow'r,aml what's the word, To speak and know I'm not forgot! Teach me, 0 Lord ! the narrow way;? If I hn-c err'd, forgive the sin; ? Beam on mo with a heav'nly ray? Permit me yet the prize to win ! Teach me to ask in htnnbie prayer, The intercession ofThy ?on,? To banish far my soul's despair, Ere yet my glass of life be run ! Branchviile, S. C, De.-, VJ. - ? -? Grant Receptions. We have no elesire to rekindle sectional n...

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. — 16 January 1880

Carriage Factor/. Tho undersigned respectfully in foims the public tlutt he is prepared to do till Kind of Work in the above line on the shortest no tice and at Living Prices. 'HORSESHOEING done in the Lost possible manner. J also have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING] MACHINES, Aud Gil I ST MILL. All work in this line done without delay and on reasonable terms A rhu re of the public putronutre is solicited. july 25 IL KIGGS. CALL C A T_,T. at tiik PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1871 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing to Jill orders in IUIEAD, \V I L , PIKS a a k p: s Of 5II descriptions. liUNtiEll-S Dt the HAItltSL or BOX. A I so R K A D Vor Camp-Meeting? or soy otiier l;ind o{ Mi'CtingK. z'Ml received fresh ('onfecilonnriCH, I';aii<\> GoimIn Aiiil X, liolIM \ Ii ich will he sold a< LOW :i- any I hat can 1 e luiu^lii in < Irnngehiiri;. Tlnoikful for the past patronrtirc of ih\ fiends and '.he public I niill Holicil a cm tinuauee ol' their enstom...

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. — 16 January 1880

the orange B?ro thhw. 1 ??! Ii '?? : il ill i.iri! iy\y iMimi Ti ) i > 1' S \ ? I >f?< 'l'l pi?oii. One Cojnj one Vc?r.?! 00 " Six. Monil-s. 75 Hides of Advcrtis?ig! (hr So ti are Ysl Insertion..fl 00 Jineh Subsequent " . SO N?'ticvs inserted in T,?cal Cotumn at 20c per J?ne. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise' mcnls tu be paid for in Advance. SSf" We are in n<> way responsible lor the views or opinions of our Correspond Hits. FriTjJr?Y, .lAMAHY In, IS-It. The National Oullook. The year Tl.SSO, which is frauglil with political events which inuslhnvt a decided influcn c upon tin- destine of cui country, is upon us. 'J he two great contending ) oliticul armies tire marshaling (heir forces and preparing for the struggle. 'I he preliminary skirmishes have been lough', and so far as Ohio and New York are con cerned, they have gone against the Democracy. But Lhey do nol ncccs saiily fore-shadow defeat in the main struggle. On the skirmish line there was cause lor the...

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. — 16 January 1880

The Orailixolnivir Times X, O C A X, ouu 1:1,1111-; Arrangement with the New? oh-I Qouricr is working charmingly. By it two paper, the Weekly Kt-nwaml the Timj 8 is obtained tor the incredibly small sum ol $"2 50, and the subscrib er gets us much rending ifs be can digest the whole week. Services Will be held morning und evening on Sunday in the Baptist Church by Rev. W. A. Therrel. the new pastor. The EdlMlo Rifiea Will parade on our streets in their I new uniform on Mondti) afternoon ! and will be inspected, we understand, by Gen. I/.lnr and staff. The occa fiion, wo think will be an attractive one. Serious IS'^m'ss ? We regret lb 'earn that Mr. A. L. Moorer has receive.I a dispatch bear ing the unwelcome news that his wile is lying dangerously ill in Georgia, where t-be had recently gone Lo spend a short time. tJIaTricrl, On the 11 th January, 1880, a( the resilience of Mr. C. C. Oehivls, 1>\ "Rev. \V. I?. Tarer, Mr. Win F. Wielaud, of Linie Kuck, Ark., to Mrs. R. Ilornick, &l...

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. — 16 January 1880

TT* - ..??? 3 ?Tl. ?r Piliior ' A\ your request, and for flic oil Hl cation ?f yotir (Ivo thousand stthscri hers., 1 will, from time to linid, op portunity oilers and humor urotu pts, give y )it and tbetn a lew paragraphs, sueh as J may cull in my wanderi lijja j and peregrinations in litis Liliptiliaa world, lor the Fork of Edi-to is a world wilhin itself. You observe in the outset that I ignore the much used "we," so much in v<-guc with editors, ami lave adopted the personal ptououn "I" in stead. 1 do this in no Hpil.it of ego tism. I regard it as doing violence to grammar, am! as a mauifcsiulioii of a inlse modest}' d? write or speak of one's sell as "we." ' once any thing and everything that may lie in dited under the above caption will bo done by the fust person in the qingu lar number. I will further observe that, the cil itoi will not be to p nsiblc I'm any thing which may be written under this caption, Nor will I. j Should I. in my ignorance or iunoeeiiee, excite the ire ...

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. — 23 January 1880

one doli.ah reu annum. }? GOD ^ISTD OXJK COUNTKY. * always in advance. VOLUME VI FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1880. NUMBER 4? no Carriag. Factory. The undersigned respectfully in forms the public that he is prepared to do all Kind of Work in the above line on tho shortest tice and at Living Prices. HORSESHOEING done in beat posaible manner. I also have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING; MACHINES, And GRIST MILL. All work in this line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public patronage is solicited. july 25 II. RIGGS. CALL CALL at Tin: PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1871 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing to fill orders in BREAD, E0LL>, TILS a a K e s Of nil descriptions. TV ) 1 Bv the BARIt.SL or BOX. "Also B 11 ID A T ) For Camp-Meetings or any other kind Ol Meeting*. Just received Frruli (?oiifectioiiarit'H, Vuuey <tiio.o4ls Ami .Notions Which will l>e mild as LOW as any that can be bought in < irangehurg. Thankful for the...

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. — 23 January 1880

THE ORANGEB?RG TIM RS | ISM T|. I VF! : K] 11?A V MOl'MNH Hi:r,l,ICKAAir 6 I AIM'.-'-. ITiquhdors. STILUS 11. MKI.LM'b'AMP Killt or. Terms <>!' Si.iT>f?cx'ipbioii? One Copy one Year.Si 00 " " Six Months. 7? Kates e-f Advertising. One. Sauark 0 si fn.<ertion.'?1 00 Each Svhrequent " . 60 Notion inserted in Loral Column at 20c per Jjine. All Subsei'fpiiom and Transient Advertise ments t<> be paid for in Adeance. ttifc"' Wo n1'- in no way responsible for the views or opinions ol our Corrwpoml tnts. ITH 1 DAY, .lANfAi.Y 18S0. Political Meteors. The meteoric scintillations in the. political horizon Tire certainly more conspicuous and start ling at this time than we have ever noticed before. First, we have the K? itt id >a of the Grant Bayard movement, and Jjr. Bagby'a letter in the same, line; hut, unfortunately for ilicse reform* ers,(although fortunately for the coun try,) their proposed unholy alliance comes just on the eve of the decline of the Grant "boom." Tho ...

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