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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 11 July 1868

[From tho American Farmer.] Tho Vegetable Gai-don.?July. Growing crops of ovory sort must bo kept free of weeds, aud tbo soil about thcru in tho finest state of cultivation. Cabbages.?The main crop of cabbages arc to bo.planted tins month. If there be so plant? ing season when tho plants are fit to be sot, lot the :hills bo watered, if practicable.:?A littlo earth, sufficiently wet to allow tho roots to bo dipped ..into; it, should bo in readiness, aud tho roots of each plant coated'before plan- ] ting. A .little euro will iusuro a stand, and tho crop bo in readiness to profit by tho first rain that moistens the earth. Any manure, almost, may bo. used. for. cabbages, excopt what comes from itho hog pen. That is said to causo.disease., Celery.?In the course of this month, the principal crop of celery should be set." Th? most common mode, of planting is^in trenches; digging tho doptli*voP the ?' spado and twelve inches wide, and laying this.soil on tho space between the "trenches," wh...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 1 August 1868

FIRST OTTR HOMES; THEN" OTJIt STATE; FINALLY^THE NATION; THESE CONSTITUTE OTJR COUNTRY. VOLUME 2. """ SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST^^IhI': NUMBER' ?: JM_^_,_t_._,_ ^Skfmfi^ - THE ORANGEBURG NEWS. ?:o:? Published at orangeburg, s. q. Every Saturday Morning. SAMUEL DIBBLE, Editor. V. C. DIBBLE, Associate Editor. CHARLES H. HALL, JWdishcr. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ofto Copy for oiio year.?. $'2.00 ? ?? ?? Six Month/.. 1.00 Any ono sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Cluh of j 3*tw- Subscribers, will reociro an EXTRA COPY for ONR YEAR, froo of charge. Any one ?ending PiVR DOLLARS, fer a Club of Now Subscribers, will rece'Wb an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, Tree of charge. RATES OF ?pVERTlSINCL I Sipinro 1st Insertion.??< SL?0 2d .70 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or one inch Of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, if accompanied with the cash...%.$2 7fi If not accompanied with the ravh.,??,. ... ? ?fi 00 Contract Advertisements insetted upon the most liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NO...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 1 August 1868

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1,18(18. FOR PRESIDENT? HORATIO SEYMOUll. OF NEW YOHK. o FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. FRANCIS P. BLAIR. OF MISSOURI. General Hampton's Spcceli. Wc givo on our first page, the speech deliv ered by this distinguished Carolinian, at Char leston, at tho mass meeting last week. This meeting of tho Democracy ot the good ?ftld city, was the most glorious assemblage in Charleston since the war. The utmost enthu Biaam prevailed. On tho afternoon of Friday 24th July, Gen. Hampton arrived iu tho city. Ho whs met at the Depot by an immense concourse of citizens, and was specially welcomed by a committee of distinguished gentleman, who with the Gene ral were driven in eight fiuc carriages, to the residence of Gen. Connor whose guest Gen. Hampton was, while in tho city. Early in the evening, the crowd assembled for the grand mass meeting ii^tli?^pcn air in firbnt of the Charlestou Hotel; nud tho Demo cratic Clubs of tho diffcrout wards came in pro cession, with illumi...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 1 August 1868

$3 00 ft* OO THE ORANGEBURG NEWS 18 PL'DLISIIRD EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT TI1E "OLD TIME" PRICE. Sfwo Dollars per Annum in Advance. 8?"TIIE CASII-^5a MU8T INVA1UAHLY ACCOMPANY THE SUBSCRIPTION. )J6y* Country Produce taken al Market Rutcp. $2 OO $Z OO Wc respectfully request our friends to send in their Advertisements as ear/// in the irrek as convenient; and if possible, let us hare them by Thurstlay evening. By this means, we will be. able to issue at an earlier hour on Satur day, and will be enabled to give more of the latest newt, up to the time of our going to press. BKADING MATTER ON EVERY PACE. LOCAL ITEMS. SATURDAY MORNING, AUG., 1, 18U8. Religious. Divino Scrvico will bo held evory Tuesday afternoon at tho Episcopal Church at f>} o'clock P. M. until further notice. The Democratic Convention? A Democrat io Convention, to nominate Elec tors for Seymour and Blair, for the State of South Carolina, will be held in Colttm* bin on the 6th instant It is called by by Gen. Hampton...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 1 August 1868

.VARIOUS. The Proposed Amend nun its. ? i JOINT RESOLUTION rUOl'OSINU AMENDMENTS ?TO THE CONSTITUTION OP I HE UNITED STATES. "Whereas, tlio fifth nrticlo of the Constitu tion of the.United Suites provides for amend ments thereto, in the manner following, viz: 1. Congress, whenever two-thirds of both Houses shall deem it necessary, shall propose 'amendments to the constitution, or on the ap plication of the legislatures"Jof two-thirds of the sevbral States, shall call a convention for proposing amendments, which, in either case, Bhall bp valid to all intent and purposes, as part of* this constitution, when ratified by the leg islatures of thrco-iburths of the sovcral States, or by convention in thrco-fourths thereof, w the.one or tho_ other mode of ratification may bo .proposed Ky Congress? jj'ronidcd, That no amendment which may be made prior to the year one thousand eight hundred and eight 'BhalHri any manner affect the first and fourth clause? in the ninth scotiou of the first art...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 8 August 1868

i -7 PIKST O?H HOMES; THEN OTJH STATE; FUSTA.LX.Y TSiOE 3STATI02ST; TltESE CONSTITUTE OUR .^^^^^^^^^_^ -=^_ Volume 2. ? saturday morning. august 8, 1868. numb$m< THE ORANGEBURG NEWS. ^CRUSHED AT OH AN GEBURG, S. C. Every Saturday Morning* SAMUEL DIBBLE, Editor. V. G. DIBBLE, Associate Editor. GHAKLES II. If ALL, Mlishw. ?:o:?: THUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oopj for ono ywr. . $2.00 I ?**?'? Six Montht.?? 1.00 ' Amy on? nrnHug TKN DOLLARS, for n Club of j Wow Subwfibors, will roooWo an EXTRA COPY fror ONn YK All, froo of ckrjjo. Any ono sanding *IYR DOLLARS, for a Club of Now SubaCVibets, Srtll reetiTo nn F.XTKA COI'Y fur SIX MONTHS, 'free of chargo. RATKH OK ADVERTISING. 1 Square Int Inxcrtion. $1.">0 '?? ?i ?.1 " . 75 A Square connietH of 10 liars Hrcricr or one inch *of Advertising apne?. ?AdtniniBtrntor'e Notices, if nccnmjmined With (lie cash...{.$? 75 .If not aceotnpnnied with the cindi.$5 1)0 , Contract Advertisement:) inserted upon the must liberal terms. ?:o:? MAHRlAflK and F...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 8 August 1868

y'IX^ST OXJTl HOMES; TITEN OXJTl STATE ; EINA-LIVY T>tE NATION; THESE CONSTITUTE OUI i VOLUME 2. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 8, 1868. n ? im ORANGEB?RG NEWS. ?:o:? ^L'ELLSIIED AT OKANGERUUG, S. C. Every Saturday Morning* ?:o:? SAMUEL DIBBLE, Editor. ir. G. DIBBLE, Asancmtc Editor. GH ARLES IL If ALL, Mlishrr. ?:o:?? THUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 'Qu* Copy for ?ao yoar. fclJOO t " ~ " Six Months. 1.00 Amj ?n? mdiug TEN DOLLARS, for n Club ?f-J W?w Bttbseribftrt.. will reooivo an EXTRA COPY l*?r ONH YKAR, froo of chargo. Any ort? sending VlVK DOLLARS, ftr a Club of Now Subscribers, Will recciTo an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, Tree of charge. ?:o:?? RATF.KOF ADVERTISING. 1 Square Int Insertion. _ $1.50 " '2.1 . 7?-, A Square consists of 10 Hues Itrevicr or one inch ?of Advertising space. ?Administrator's Notices, if aecomphnied With the cash.$;? If not accompanied with the cash.So 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not ex ceeding oiio ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 8 August 1868

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS. ^'CRUSHED AT OK AN (j ERURG, S. C. Every Saturday Morning SAMUEL Dl MILE, Editor. V. G. DIBBLE, Associate Editor, 'ffHARLES IL HA LL, iWdith.r. THUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 'OtoO Oopy for ?bo jonr. $$.'00! J ,;,"?,:,!' Six Months. 1.00 Amj warn mdiug TKN DOLLARS, for a Club of j Wow ?tibaotibern, will reoeive an KXTRA COPY Vor ON Fl YKAR, froo of charge. Any ono wending FIVR DOLL A KS, f?r *. Club uf Now Subscribers, Nvill rec?ivo an KXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, *ree of charge. RATHS OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1."?0 2.1 . 70 A Square consists of 10 lines Krevicr or one inch ?of Advertising space. ?Administrator's Notices, if iiccompnnied With the ensb.Ssi 7'r> If not accompanied with the cash.1*1 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. MARRIAGE and PKNEPAL NOTICES, not ex ceeding one Square, inserted without charge. 4*0"- Terms Cush in Advance. *eb 23 o ly FOIt PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF NEW YORK. FOIt VICE-PRESIDENT. FRANCIS P...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 8 August 1868

rm mm FIRST OTJIt I-IOMES; THEN OUT* STAT? ; I''I N A 1A. Y rr>tK jSTtYTJOTs' ; TJIESK CONSTITUTE OTJR^ cyoXtNit Volume 2. saturday morning. august 8, 1868. THE ORANGEBURG NEWS. VURLTSIIED AT ORANGERURO; S. O. Every Saturday Morning* SAMUEL DIBBLE, Editor. V. C. DIBBLE, Associate Editor. (/HARLES If. IIALL, Mlishr. . ?:o:? TB11M8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oo* 0?py for eno jonr. $4.00 ,M ** " 8lx MontliB. 1.00 Amy wan wmdtug TEN DOLLARS, for h Chili of | St?w SttbicHbern, will receive an EXTRA COPY <?r OXH YEAR, froo of charge. Any 0119 molding *FIVK DOLLARS, f?r r Club of Now Subscribers, HrlH roceiTo an KXTRA COPT for SIX MONTHS, *ree of chnrge. RAT KS <?K ADVERTISING. 1 Siiimrc 1 Kt Insertion. ?1.50 &1 ? . 7A A Square couh'hUs of 10 lines llrevier or ?nie inch ?of Advertising gnuce. -Atliiiiiii?trnltir'? Notiert?, if accompanied with the ennh.7fi If not accompanied with the cash.?."> Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. MAURI ACE and FUNERAL NOTICES...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 8 August 1868

THE ORAN?EBURG NEWS. ^julisiied at orangeburg, s. c. Every Saturday Morning ?:os? SAMUEL DIJiliLE, Editor. \r. ff. DIRJiLE, Associate Editor. GH ARLES if HALL, l\ihUshcr. ??????"? ? -^:o!~: ' "I '? ? ? THUMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. -; 'QV* ?opy for uo year.......... $4.tt\) j ~$S&; ** ? " Sis MODthl.1.00 ! A*/ *>* ?oadiog TKN DOLLARS, foraClnbofj Stew flftblMbtira/'wUl re?eiV? an* EXTRA COPY for ONH YKAR, froo of ohnrgo. Any ono sending ViYK DOLLARS, f?r a Club of Now Subscribers, Will rectlro an KXTRA COPY for SIX MONTII8, frree of charge. It AT KS OK ADVKUTiSlKif. 1 Square 1st Insertion...v.... $1.50 ?u >,?wMj^****;^*?:r.:r.v.-.. 75 - A Square consists of 10 Hues llrovicr or ono inch <?f Advertising ?paev. Administrator's Notices, if accompnniod With tho casl i.....76 If not accompanied with tho each. .$? 00 i Contract Advertisements inserted upou tho most tiboral terms.' ?:lot? MARRIAvlK and FjUNKRAL. NOTICKS, npt ex ceeding ono Square, Inserted without charge. s?&~ Ter...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 8 August 1868

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS. ' SATURDAY, AUGUST 8,1808. FOB PUESIDKST, HORATIO SEYMOUR. OF NEW YORK. --o? FOE, VICE-PEESIDENT. FRANCIS Y. BLAIR. OF MISSOURI. Where Is our Strength f i Politically wo were in a minority in this District at tho last election. The question is, ?Can we overcome the odds against us, so that Orangeburg can be wheeled into line with a Democratic majority next Fall? Wo are d iaposo d to consider this question calmly and dispassionately ; and wo '.sink it can bo done, bat only by a general effort of tho Democrats of the'District By a GENERAL EFFORT, Wo mean something more, than the Work of ihree or four leading members of eaeh club, . unnsaiatod by tho other mombers, and extend ing through a period of two woeks immediate ly proceeding the election. That kind of ef fort is a waste of time. Now is the time to work, and every individual Democrat must do his share. For an example, take tho Dem ocracy of New York. We have just seen a letter from .the Secretary of tho Youn...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 8 August 1868

THE OiiA^?BBtJtta NKWS ,18 published EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, at Tri* "OLD TIME" PRICE. Two Dollars pxr Annum in Advance. J6TT1IE CASH-?* MUST INVARIABLY ACCOMPANY THE SUBSCRIPTION. C0ttB.tr; Produce taken at Market Rates. OO OO We respectfully rcqueit our friend* to tend m ?'et> Adccrtttefntntt a* early in the week at convenient; and if ptottiblc, let t? have die)ft byyphitriddy evening x By this meant, ice. will be able to tttitexxtWi earlier hour on iSbfur day, and will be enabled to give more Mtf the latctt ncict, tip to the time of our going to]>mst. READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. LOCAL ITEMS. SATURDAY MORNING, AUG., 8,1868. Religious. Divino Service will be hold every Tuesday afternoon at the Episcopal Church at 5} .o'clock P. M. until further notice. Ico Cream. The ladies will furnish Ire Cream at Dr. Shuler's ou Tuesday afternoons, and at the Old Female CollogO on Friday afternoons, For tlio benefit of the Episcopal Church. ???i - - ?i? Crop ProsUecte, Mather too muc h r...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 8 August 1868

AGRICULTURAL, &C. fj?i-wn tho American Farmer.] Work for tho Month, i j?t.? It is well for tho farmer that during tho heats of August ho may betake 'htm in a meas ured the shndo, and abato tho labors of the field. Tho harvest of grain and bay being -finished, and the working of the corn and po tato crops done, while thoro will still be euough to dovit will not press so urgently as iu the months past. Cornfield.?As there will be no further work in tho cornfield, let it be well secured against1 intruding stock. I J'otatoes.?Tho lato potatoes should be worked till thoy bloom, when tho cultivation must b? finished by a slight earthing. Turnip*.?The full crop of ruta bagas should I now be sown, if uot already dono. The weath er and condition of tho ground having been so favorable generally that it is to be hoped they aro by (his time growing well. Alter coming ent of tho ground, a dressing of ammoniatod ] snperpVosphnto and plaster will foroo thout j ctamdh/,away from the fly. When o...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 15 August 1868

P|P<Ht?NGEBUR0 NEWS. WlJIilSmSD AT ORANGEBURG, S. O. SAMUEL DIBBLE, Editor, V. ff. DIBBLE, Associate Editor. WMAliLES IL HA LL, IWuker. . VBRW3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. '0??<Jopj for oa* ronr....,. .^. $2.00 ? ? ? SiX ofonth?.1.00 ?? ? A\i* ,,w?e Hauing TEN DOLLARS, far a Club of. . ??V BttbWlW?, will rcceiY? an J'XTRA COl?Y torONfi tfttAR, free or charge. ?ii'y ono Bcnainp; D?LkAttS. f?r H Club of New Subitcribors, Vill roceiYO an fcXYHA CKJPY for SIX MONTHS, Vre? of charge.. _to:? RATES OK ADVEKTISINO. | 1 ?<pi*r<) l?t Inuvrtion....$1^">0 2.ly ?? . ..,..,??*....,. 76 A Square coiinuM? of 10 Hnt*e\ Brevier ot ono iueh ~ ?)f Advertising Brmce. AdDiitiiatrntorY Jioticcn, if accompanied 'with the cash.....,...,.?<.<.$U 75 'W'tYoT accompanied with the cash. T^? iOO ::? "CaWUM** .\<trdrtUcnioutB inserted upou th? labst . .WbvWl Verum. ?>:o:? XrAHfllArtK an-l KUNEltAT. NOTICE.^, not ex vfcced.ingon?'Square, inserted without charge ? Terms ?is? in Advance. *?a 3F?E PRES...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 15 August 1868

, ^^^?m-^^,_?,?..,?_,_:-J^^?^ - t , r j :FmBT;:i?trri^^^^^^^^^fe^^^^^^^^ f&ally th? ? nation ; ti ? ? '; .I - ??Wl tarn .: ^ -' ' ff-fS VOLUME% - ' -;:.: ? ;.:' SATURDAY ^GRffiNa AUGUST 15, 1868; NUMBER 26* THE ORANGEEURGr NEWS. 1>U BLISHKD AT ORAN GEBURG, 8. C. &vcl\y Saturday Morning ?:o:? SAMUEL DIBBLE, Editor. r. C. DIBBLE,, Associate Editor. -WARLES II. HALL, l<ublukor. ?:o:rr TRUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 43opy for one roor..^^.... .?. $2.00 Six Month?.._ 1.00 v A** wi* ttmding TEN DOLLARS, for a Clhb of ??W ?MwftrlWo, will recei? an EXTRA COPY t"?r\3Nfi Yft&R, free of charge. Any ono sending ?tiVPHBr DOLbAttit, for a Clm> of Now SuhscriborB, Svill r?ctlro an KXfUA COPY for SIX MONTHS, %Vee of charge. < ?-:o:? BATES OF ADVERTISING. \ Square 1st' Iuse'ftlon. ^l'.">0 2d ". 76 A Square consist* of 10 linen. Ilruvier or olio inch Mvtffcf Advertising space. . Administrator's Notices, if accompanied with the ca8h.....rv,...$" 76 Tf "hot Hcrninpahied with the ensh...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 15 August 1868

ORANQEBURQ NEWS. SATDKPAY, AUGUST 15, 1868. FOR PBE8IDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR. OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. . P. BLAIR. Forwaraed, Fore-armed. Roports, founded on facts too patent to be disputed, como to us from various sections of | the State, that n certain class of our population is engaged in holding soorct midnight meet ings for the purpose of drilling, and armed or ' ganiiation. In connection with this, Daddy Cain'a paper in Charleston, the organ of the extreme Radicals in this State, . boldly asserts Ithat the frecdmon are preparing for an.appeal to force, and says, "Every plantation has its captain, and the wen and women are prepared to stand by thoir liberties." Wo presume that the allusion so bombasti cally made, is to the coast settlements of the 'State, and to the sca-islauds, where the numer ical strength of the frcedmcn is so very appa rent. In our section, nothing of that kind should have any tendency to lessen the feeling of security among the white people of tho , ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 15 August 1868

THE QRANftEBURQ NEWS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1868> w?* .i ?. ?.nek ! FOB PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOXJK OP NEW YORK. -?o FOR YICE-PBESPUNT. P. BLAIR?. OF MISSOURI. Forwarded, Forc-nrmed. ? h* -ii^.-j;-- ': - ..?~~r-- **> ... ., \ Roports, founded on facts too potent to be disputed, conio to us from various sections of | the State, that n certain class of our population is engaged in holding sooret midnight meet ings for tho purpose of drilling, snd armed or g?niBation. In connection with this, Daddy Cain's .-paper in .Charleston, the organ of the extxemo Radicals in this State, .boldly , asserts [ that the frccdmon are preparing for an .appeal I to force, and say.,, "Every plantation has its captain, and the men and women are prepared to stand by their liberties." Wo presume that the allusion so bombast i : cajly made, is to the coast settlements of the 'State, and to the soa-islouds, where the numer ical strength of the freedmcn is so vcry ^appa reat. In our section, nothing of th...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 15 August 1868

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS is. rbntisuKn fcN'EUY S?TU?PAY JiOHNIKG, at the ; "OLD TIM#V PRICE. XAtts i?eu Annum, p ?bvANqB.; ?ViAtAB^V ACCOMPANY THE ^SUBSCRIPTION. . , f*6^-Cbimtry Produco lasen at M*rkv* KkU>b. %a oo -*a 00 *-? ? ; , .??? y 1 ?^ {^^^f-respeqtfalfy. request four friends'to \ ~$tnrf fn their Adiv.rtheme.ni* ax ntrly in the ? Arerk as wuirnirnt f and if possible, let us have them by Thursday evening* By this,means, ice \uill be able to isstfe at an earlier hour on Satur day, and trill be enabled to gir.e> more of Hie iintesi' neieiyvp to the time- of our going to press. fcKADING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. ^ScmTttIms. f; ^-~?rr--.?? *?r ?SATURDAY MORNING, AUG., l?, 186.8. 'On "Wednesday inprning, at about 3 o'clock, tho citizGUH of Oinmgcburg were aroused by (in ^,-*Urm of .?rc. It wasi eoott^ ascertained tobe t h f? n ?.store -ot,*rMjessv8. ?L I). Stocker. & Od.. \rcar the Bail Road; which, in spite' of the /fcftorta of firemen rind chitons, was speedily ?consumed. TboI...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 15 August 1868

T?K OH ANGEBT-PG NEWS ; ~ 18, 1'?btIBUBD E^eRy Saturday morning, at Tns ??L? TIME" ?RICE. ^Vfo DoLLAns i?Ett Annum, in Advance. teTTIIE CAS?-?a VlUST INVAtttABLY ACCOMPANY THE S?DSCRIPTION. ... '." ?^<5bbntr7 rroduco taken ?t M?fkit RateB. ?12 OO -??y, ... , ?-V I?T" Hrf respectfully, request nour friends to - 'Send in their Advertisements ox early in the Aeeek as coirvenient; and if possible, let xis have them by Ttairsday eventing. By this ,means, ice Hill be able to issue at an earlier-hour on Satur day, and will be eii?bled to gim more, of the ''Txxlest nevis, up to the tinie of our going to press. HiCADING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. LOCAl7lTEMs7 SATURDAY MORNING; AUG., 16, 186,8. Fire.* *On Wednesday urnming, tit about 3 o'clock, th? citixehw of Orangcburg were aroused by on , ?l?rm of fire. It-waS; enon ascertained tube tho fine store of.Messrs. .1. I). Stookor & (la.. Vicar the Rail Road; which, in spite of the /?florta of firemen and citiscus, was speedily '^consumed. The ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 15 August 1868

]From tho Soul horn Christinn Advocate.] To my aether in Heaven. WkiiM VF?. art I .??.;??>? ? I am dreaming, dcarCBt mother,' .Of tho bright and glorious past; !? Q!qc my Soul Its. gloom had castrr . Dreaming of ray happy childhood, peace, of hope and'joy, /'? ^?^Or^moUiorVtive, that trWuroi,,. , ' .,;..] That pure gold without alloy. ?wQkJi;taiM;t|ift>doar08t toother,? ? Mb?? thy kind and thjnijghtlUi care; Who didst guido my infant'footsteps, ' To the holy shrine of prayer: Loving memories of goodness, With thy gentlo prcacnoo fraught { ,' '. Conic; to* eootftfe my heart in anguish, 1 Hy the lessons thou hast taught. Paticnoo, hopo and faith, dear mother, Thou didst tench ihy wayward child ; Thou, a puro dud huinblo follower,' * Of the Saviour "meek and mild," T?Mey?r? Wthful servant, . i . ? " Th?u hast gained thy "Homo * aboTo"; ' J By the blood.of the Hcdeemor, " "'? : ' 'Happy iii that' Saviour's lo* " . '?V ;f .v'For thou'rt sleeping mother,-sleeping . Firs lesg y""--s ...

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