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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 15 August 1868

nimm,1. -in ?xmm jl'rom tho Sou thorn Christian Advocate] ' l\-wb ?&litjr iiirjaeavett. H I ?m dreaming, dearest mother; ::. :, vOf the bright and ghirio?B rast?; ; . JJrp the?^Ufty.pf^ the shadow," . C'olvtpy i?ul Ha gloom bad cuaU? ..... Dreaming of my happy childhood, - ' 1 ' Scenes of l'^o? ItOpo arid'joy^ ' '.t V ' O'^a mothor's iove, ihaV tlwasuroV V . That pure gold without alloy. ' />.;? P!1?,1 toi?? ?h.qo dcarCBt toother, Mies thy kind and thoughtful care, ^ha didst guido my infant footsteps, To tho hoty shrine of prayer fcoviag memories of goodness, v With thy gentlo presence fraught 5 ! ) j'f{} Coife") dflf aocthyray heart in a^g^fe,; V *By the leseons .thou hast taught. Tatienco, hopo and fnitb, dear mother, . Thou didst teach thy wayward child; Thou, a pure and humblo.follower, ; ; ' | 0/the Saviour "meek und mild." Thou hast gained thy ??Homo ' above ;> j By the blood of the Redeemor, ? iappy lnthat SaTioar'sloTO. . for thou'rt sleeping mother, sleeping . . J...

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. — 22 August 1868

HJBMSHEt) AT ORANGEBUJIG, S.O. Mvory Saturday Morning. Y, 9.DWJJAk\ Associate AW/or. IT. If ALL, IWliskor. *BRM8 ?F S?HSCRlPTIOlf. UM Vlpy ftr *a? yoar..?. . $'2.w * " . *? fix Months........* 1.00 A?*v*4?leading TKN DOLLARS, fur x Club,of JUw flebseribers, wRl receive au r EXTRA COPY wNr 0!*R YEAR, fret of charge. Any one sending ?iTfrB DOLLARS, fer: * Club or New Subscribers, wIHrMstvtnn .EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free ef charge. ?JOS RATES OF ADVERTISING. t Square lit Insertion. $1.00 ? ? 2d. 75 4 A Square, aonsists of 10 linen Hi crier or ouo Inch Jf Advertising space. Ldmlnistrater'a Noyces, tf accompanied with the v cash.......;..4.$2 75 tf bol xceempanled with the ensh.....;.$5 00 ?outr*at Advertisements inserted upon the most 5 liberal t?rras. * ?:o:? MARRIAGE and FCNERAL NOTICES, not c ceedittg one Kqu'aro, Inserted without charge. '^t^ Terms Cash in Advance. -Wa - ichs* / o ly ORIGINAL STORY. ?? ? ' _:_ _ 1ITI RAYMOND. __:o:? A TRUE STORY OF 6HERMAN'S CAMPAIGN IN South Ca...

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. — 22 August 1868

THE QBANGEBURG NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1808 - T'l. ? ? ' - ? 'IW^.' FOR PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR. OP NEW YORK. FOR YTCE-PltESIDENT. FRANCIS P. BLAIR, OF MISSOURI. Look Out for the Taxes.. Tho now 8tato Government Is bankrupt. Tho scallawags and oarpot baggers at Colum bia aro fast running tho mnohino of thoir own construction, to ruin. Thoir so-called Govern or, Scott, with the faith arid .credit of Now .South Carolina pledged by the so-called Lcgis laturo, and with their authority to effect u loan of 0500,000, cannot raise 825,000, ovon at a discount of sixty cents on the dollar. Tho Radicals in the Stato have no money; a&4 Radical capitalists abroad are not willing to run tho risk. This means of raising fundB having fnilod tho uoxt etopHnkon . by tho Legislature is to vote themselves''pay in Rills Receivable at the rate of seventy couts on tho dollar. They do this, in utter disregard of tho Constitution of. thoir own framing, which provides that the Legislatures shall not...

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. — 22 August 1868

THE ORANGrEBUM NEWS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1808. , ,, ? ?? FOB MtESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOTJR. OF NEW YORK. ~o FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. FRANCIS P. BI?I?. OF MISSOURI. Look Out for tho Taxes., , Tho now Stato Government 'Is bankrupt. Tho Hcallawags and oarpot baggors at Colum bia aro fast running tho in at hi no of thoir own construction, to ruin. Thoir so-called Govern or, Scott, with tho faith and .credit of Now South Carolina pledged by tho so-oalled Legis lature, and with their authority to effect u loan Of 8600,000, cannot raiso 825,000, ovon at a discount of Bixty cents on the dollar. Tho Radicals in the State have no money; and Radical capitalists abroad aro not williug fo run tho riBk. This means of raising funds having failed tho next Btop'lakon by tho Legislature is to vote them'solvcs'pay in Bills Rcccivublc at the rate of seventy conts on the dollar. They do this, in uttor disregard of tho Constitution of'| thoir own framing, which provides that tho Legislatures shull not bo empow...

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. — 22 August 1868

8? oo oo. TUE 0RANGEBURaT\NEWS , I ,H PI.ULWULI, . EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, at the "OLD TT ME" PRICE. ?Two Dollars per Annum in Advance. RSTTHE. CASH"^a Must invariably accompany the subscription. ?km I Country Produco tukon at Markot Rates. $25 OO $2 00 OSS*. We respectfully request onr friends to scud in their Advertisements as early in tlie week as convenient; antt* if j'ossibfe, let us have them by Thursday 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 ftthfsi' tte&i, up to the time of our going to press. HltADING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. ? :; LOCAL"ip?feT" SATURDAY MORNING, AUG., 22, 18G8. ??-1-r-' 1ft Menioriniti. ^, Otto more victim of tho war! In tho ranks of the Edisto Rifles, among the gallant . Eutaws, John Aeho did his duty faithfully as a soldier, in bohalf of his country, until dis abled from service by a Wound in the leg, oo serious sb to render amputation necessary. Pinco tho War, with t...

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. — 22 August 1868

POETRY. [From the Now York Day Book.] Democratic Campaign Song. dy den. franklin. AIR?"Avid Lang Sync" , Com? rally round tho nation's flag. And catch iho people's sung. Ring fourth our party battlo-cry, ; $n; chorus loud and long? "For Seymour, Blair and Yiotory," 'Tis borne upon the air, And heard in echoes loud and long, "For Seymour and for Blair." Cuonys?For Seymour, Blair and Victory, &c. #SKT ???**- ?* ? .,r Wo moet and fight a mighty host, A host of ovtry hue, But Truth and Right will nervo us on, And bear us bravely through, ' For Seymour on tho forum boyj*. ? - And Blair on many a field, Hat* tuet and vanquished Htrooger fees? To these they'll never yield. Cuoayt?For Seymour, Blair and Victory, Ac. Our flag floats proudly on the breeze. Its motto waves on high? 'v^^TPho Constitution and tho Law, By these wo live and die 1" Our Seymour and our Blair my l>oyo, Will yield that banner never ; Their stalwart arms will bear it up Till hand and heart shall sever. CnORVS?Fo...

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. — 29 August 1868

**** ?fr UttW-HCi .'?nW i-r:? -v; .1. ."H inj: -. ({K y.'? ilooo '* :ots MMH ?i Cr*? 5 <jjprJO.HT5!8 Oil*J[0T1 i ?? vvFIRST, OUR HOMES; THEN OTXR STATE; ETJSTAT^LY THE .N\A/TI01Sr; THESE, QQN?TIT,UTB,1(.OUp 2. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1868. NUMBER 28. jJBBffi OMNGEBUR? NEWS. ?^?&HfiDr ATjoRAK GEBURO, S. C. ^J^0^ ^Eyery t&tnrday Morning. Xt*&BAWULL n DIBBLE, Editor. *& otfr&'DTBBLL\ -Associate Editor'. >'"r 'fi ^AaeIeS IT: BALL, Publisher. **f<:l " \ * _^:o:? X-At $BBM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. -SftSfcSepy s=iycar-.-$2.00 " Six Months.1.00 a* sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Clnb of cribors, will receive an EXTRA COPY \\\ * YEAR, free of charge. Any one sending DOLLARS, far a Club of Now Subscribers, colvoau EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, htisf bamrgvA , . ti&t?? i~*u t ?:o:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. ..L 1st InBortion. $1.60 2d' '*?. 7? ' ? A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or one inch ofAtivortising Bpnco. / . Administrntor'H Notices, if aooorupanicd with the ^"-...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 August 1868

? 4aa?ni<>3% -T <; i Othfr X ."4 *></;? .{o rd ifoj fctroioc fcifl ?Jim!:?* -two-' ?' > ' ? r r ?ji^*?? a?t | JW3VL ttSIja?OHA?O 3BT ? i ,<&??:?;? ... ?? .//ciiiri.?' 4?TIOKT3Ri OITfJIOTI ?>::#:>jarifj <Al"\o ? 1 JJH?? | ?ttt.c'-EIRST. OTXB, HOMES; THEN OXIR STATE; FINALLY THE NATION; THESE, CONSTITUTE.. ^^^%T^^'^" ^ VOLUME 2. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 29, 1868. NUMBER 28. THE ORANGEBURG NEWS. ?fo^HfiEj AT ORANGEBURG, S. 0. 7 .Every Saturday Morning. Xn*?AWGEL i ? DIBBLE, Editor. DIBBLE, Associate Editor. GS?BLES h. BALL, Publisher. ? ? _:o:_ V*Q VBRM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. ^?b? C?P7 ftr en* year-.-$2.00 Wette***) ?j fV ?i? MoutUS.....;.-...... 1.00 ?? tending TEN DOLLARS, fer a Clnb of WtVVttbstribers, wiU reoeive an EXTRA COPY CftgiOfTB TEAR, froe of ob arge. Any one sending MVB DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subscribers, wWrocoivo on EXTRA COPT for SIX MONTHS, frro of ohargo. ?:o:*? rates of advertising. 1 Jtonare I?t Inaortiou. $1.60 ? ?d - . A Square oon...

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. — 29 August 1868

THE ORANGEBUBS NEWS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1808. FOB PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR. OP NEW YORK. FOR YXCE-PRESIDENT. FRANCIS P. BLAIR. *8? iL w MiHsoimi. >wJ' H t ?:if?oiJ ^^?'?t^r^ib'Ooruhi?Monor of Iouuigraticn lu^^ddfOBHed' ft communication to Go vor nor ?cotL.wfiI?U.c?rjtaui3 several iiitorcsting do-i io ed/jryr.j. ? ?; ? ; . ? i sha-all.'oc uowtd'ticoiiusioo-.1.,at a: tir?o who;; tlfct^&WfcfV.tM'^ ofcv bIiotoa froui i Jtftjtfcli11*! iKUTt consider iL r.baoluloiy . iioces Co comuiucienls with JSuropO ih ro tig A tfc^Hrku^ft? t?^h?uro iritccOss.' 1 It ia in tho if?&c of^Vv'b;:o-. wuo Id realty Iri'ifc-.n-.cstabout %HeW* ? J ? . . ^a^^jrsg?iiiolit ol iia^.gw.t,.c.j; ?o ;?ccoia i^'k^giiat, i.e. .1,. vriih. mcr-::a rcidv at hand. 1 Wolhavo, .c?;)..ai.-.:ioc. -^u'U? a nunibcv oT fol 1 faf?itlr.ens, ef v.oriaa?; ;>p.ro:.?r.gC; who aTe ir* ; fte brill of ccive.ipsu li:ig vog-rk. \j with thoiir ? ??cf':ttV?a r.nu faicmls ae.-o;.B tho water. ' Mup py^v.,;ui.jiuho.;ic:d uvba-cx;...

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. — 29 August 1868

THE 0RANGEBUR9 NEWS. SATl'KDAT, AUGUST SO, 1808. FOB PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR. OP NEW YOHK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. FRANCIS P. BLAIR? %8S iL 0F MISSOURI. KjtfcxD *w eattn ? ? ? . -r-. ? | ''-Tho'or,evgctic Commissioner of Immigration ! a communication to Governor $coit,'. ahi oh contains sovoral interesting dc l^li^ o^^tlie w;; k . r?coomjdiKUod by J^hla liu rwu.^^wot'ad ooua a that the Bureau sbxfoMrbo VmwuKtJcouuuoe;., at a: tiroo who;; tl/c 1^6o??i**Sffl of 'th??c w?-oVnig ouv shore* from f:-S?Mf,i3njustXecoiul)ig-f.iVov.\b!y'- directed io' t?A Jpnryljiia. a.J tuen.- future nolve. ,t'i^Ui>i?wo.do not conaidur it absolutely noces tAftj* ?^;e*diiiiriuiMcal3 w;th ISuroTHi through rn^^u$?u,- to'insurc ?ntcO?s. It ui ia tbo | f$&c ofV.:A'-A<i' who Ij eaily Iu earaestaboa-.t j ^c.^ac^.^Rgcinout ol ii.na.gr*.-?.ca. m .iccoia JaiiS'fc^lS*0"^1'0* -? uieaas ?oidv at hand. ! \ttaihavo, ,br.iaslauoc. ?uIio .. number or fol ? ftfw^oitir.oua. of aor?ian ;.arc:.rc.gc, wbo are in ?fcr?fc...

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. — 29 August 1868

THE ORANftEBOBft NEWS, i SATlltMY, AUGUST SO, 1808. ,. ,11- I - I ? - FOR PRESIDENT, HOBA'flO SETMOm OF NKW YORK FOR YXCE-PRESIDENT. P. BLA1IL .' *^#$nfer|W$b<^^ I-tttaiigratioa: redressed1?: WuVmuui&dott; to ?-ov?rnor r.dl'U?rTU *^:? ItfeW^'A ???W. * gffij ?i\m.*i sfaai^abc Vibw^ iRttflii tlfc t^?j&ftfcf?lu^^'eYm^ our -ldiaaafrfxom?, " ^offlftgWfovX^f ^irMod^ as eftriec&l ol too ?fts4idV &ty i^a^ndaeiaAo withj^JuropV) uiuoiigV .:All?Bui<i??J im^''lrffcctefc' * It la inf.:=too irttg^out^oi' ; rwar.gw.uc.i, oo ,accou :]jl^|fc^gs^ido^,iwilii. mc&sia fC^Sj at baad-. \St?^io? ><5t'.i..s(;.ucc, ,-^utio-a number 0>.. fol ?W^oitlaoms. 6f l?erman ;.arc: .ic.gc.' .who are in ; &$f%ab.lt o? corre.rrSou-lbg xogrta. iy wlth-thoir [tf?iivca r.ad frieiuls afeoi? the water. " Kap d^^rv^^hb^jiccd. uib-rc? Cae ;sirod..ctmb ofvwY.te bJjer Co- a more eoasidcr&ble orient. Tsetethifc pku&rt/ of the niaghborhtcC eaob ooa ltflbiUo abaai 100 aero, of ir.nl wit...

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. — 29 August 1868

THE OKANGEBURG NEWS. SATl'KDAT, AVGBST80, 18C8. FOB F11E8IDKNT, ORATIO SEYMOUR,! OF NEW YORK. FOB TICE-TBEStDENT. FRANCIS P. BLAIR. ?:?:if::oiJ *'Wf?ifoevgot;e Oojmnusxoner of Immigration I . lu$ uddro^od h: ep?ioihn??u-ion to Governor ?cotL.Mno^c?nt.'wia soVoral i?torc?tiag de ^:M&YWi& ??<woiia.}wy' that the J^u, s$Buu?irbo liOiY.diticQiii.liuvj;'!, at a-: time- v,-ho;i j tlrb fc&?r&qft vfV.lfo?-?,voViai| oW-ah<m&v?Npa<j tAfljB 4&cc?iutriat:ical e with )'J2urot>o i ui-ough I ?'llW?i^ir? tc-^hsuro imtcess.'' It-is iii tho ", mkc o^^&'w&'fi :<&\U- In Ernest about yxmva?'(p'Jiii_^o"!,.^L a';..-.--.-., .?: ?-? u Twije'ufk!? ?i'1it:'gr'>I"c',j ?Q accom ^b^gt^.do^i(.?*Ki). mcsa^js ?cidv at band, I ^ai^fo^ybxiv^taaccj.^ul^ a. number of fol I SNfoTtiroua, Of merman ;i.-a*0:.-?c.ge, who are in \ &%^ab.:t ot\corre;rpou 1hg rogvda. ly with their jj-eTj^ve^ and friends acr?&B the wrr;or. ' 'iup ^^o^x^w.i^bb^iccd ilvblrca Clic introd...

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. — 29 August 1868

.eyeiu\. SATCHPAyTmORnS no, : ?' "?LD TIME" * PBIOEi TWO DoLIxAR? PER ANNUM IN AbVANOE. ^UJ?T ,ijnfaeiably accompany tiik Udt0 J5?PB0MPTION. aa u^-wl.^wi*-^?,,??! B^*/jf,u*> *ott wffJtt't'Vi?*? bt?4?? " FiplrdduoeSufcottatiMarKcv liates.\n :\ -ear to ^pt r?e twiytt.?-^ a^-W ???NU t^ta^a mw) cvO AT jjVj*: ^1>??Wpf?e<'.//tt/7y rcfrw.tf wr ?nends to sena\ m* rta?r -/hrcffrfilsemAi/s crr'y in- t/Ve Week as convenient; end \f possible, let us hove them b^\ J7*urMlav^eniiin. f BvJhis means, tee tei? bejuble to c??jf ciulier :lJaur on 8atur day. and^cilt be enabled to iji.ee more of the latest news, iip to ihc time o/ our going to press. . . .. V:"':-? ? ':"--:-? READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. ^iSjal items: * Aftfel) A X' MO U N I s'o, ?gjjjj^m?. * . EVEllY' LAND-OWN ?11 ? :jp. v \ , v.- r- : . ? " r ANGJIilU^G DISTBIOTi Road the rirtioloa.i Ulf second psge, oati , tied ^^Spo^A^.'fpi.V- If yea thank tl:o pb.n I _p^j^f^>* good, one.' try U; If you 1 don't thhtk. it will, work;"'t...

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. — 29 August 1868

TIII^XttNp^ ****.. . ';. ..KT tue ,' ' ^??LD TIME" PRIOE. Two puLLABH riu Annum in Advance. , MU?T INVARIABLY ACCOMPANY THE Jf SUBSCRIPTION. ?Mufti t..t? Mfr.;i. ???V.'j o Ir^, *d. P>?dHoe^akoft at Market Rates.-.m* e? w ,vai if.? fcwtfH? vW*j *?. W ,<?-uAa^? *Krt cvC> .-"J* ?f",*rrTrr B^;iV?^T/?tT//i<% rcfcwjff wr friends to end, ii&thcir Advertisements er* ccrty in the Xneelc as cimvcnient; end if po-sibb-, let us have them l>y\TiturMluu!fW<'ning. Hy this mcahn, tee tct# beul1.?: to trrtp alaty earlier \*juvr on Satur day, and^cill be enabled to gier, more of the intest ?fites', v}> in die time of our going lit press. READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. ?-. ? ???;-it? 2TOC^':ITEMS^_ ?AW?B?T: MORNING, MtfY, 29i 1863. . .. TO ' EVERY LAN I AND-OWNi":Il r 9RA>GKBUBG DISTBICT. Road flio arl:.clo o:? c.tuvyecoud p.*>go, oaLi tled "Isimhjr.a'i'i?.'.*.*' Ii' you tb-t.k tlxp pUn j proposed good on.*, fry ic; !f yon ' don't think ; it will< work,*'try rr as r ho...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 August 1868

every. saHk??5?moiu$xo, . i;i I' .. at stub'' ,' ?>? ; ,< : -'OLD TIME" PRICE. Two D^l^Ra.ysu Annvm in AdVanob. . ; ^T^e-'CA'SU"?. / ' Ml'fiT INVARIABLY accompany TlIK ' ? subscription. ^h?o"4oko~ 2*,M-i^Eat?i*ira fiH*#j>agyloo 0 ?ST oYia. mffiw^ijtotfiMy rcJuc.sf our ??/rietufa-to . ?^, {f?fthtiir-. AJvcrtiscm+vtr, > rr* cttrty in* tk* McMk at ctoivcnicpt; cntl \f prrnble, Itt 'u* Tf?ffre t?em % iViMr^^^'V"^; " ??????, tr? sei? Wttfe fcf*?* ?n >Saft*r ; day. a*d^?tf &c enribtttf jfo gfc? me** o/ fAe VNfyta?*' tirtfs, ti/i to j'he /mit? q/ aar (/win/ toprtsa. ^ BEADING MATTER* ON EVERY PAGE. ; E V ERY' LAND-OWNER i - ORA^OKilUlilU DISTSICr, ' . ' Road tliu cuticle .0:1 aw toccud . pago, -.oati ? \ 4)cd^^lMM^?r.Ai'fO:.:.v If you thVt.fc Cxp plan ) Jrppi^Vu'gGpd o:u\ ."rv ic; if yo:t Vuon't t-liitik it wll' work,:J Tity tT a^y?ow! Thoro Is rl?.plhiftj& like, tryu g. Very often, t;yi;j? a -plan ''-that'-won't ? wovk. icads (o tl.c d-ScoApry of a plan that witf'wo...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 August 1868

??W* ?3 00 _ .. %9 ttmi.lSHHt? 1 : i;. ' .A* Ttfil' * )(?LD TIME" PRICE. | $wo DoMiAR? *Ba AnnIim in Ad van ox. v ; . (>sa >B?^THJE-CASlX-^a.. 'MU?T INYAETADDY.ACCOMPANY THE MUBSORIPTION. ??#too*ako& at Market Baten**? ??M*?S cweJcvD u^TiV?t ! ?WPer.//it//y reW.W tntx* friends to send, in* their Adterhsemitds cr:rty: in? lAe - Inc^at frnivenient; end \f jwsible, let 'us have them l^^TiiUTMlauifvrniiiQ.^ ?y this means, tee fcy'U be.tubte to im& Al'a$ elulicr^Javr on Satur day. aiul4tciU be ei\td>led to gier, more of the [ 'fytest tfews; iijjTio Yne time of oiir going lopresi. } R&ADING MATTER ON BVSRY PAGE. ?IK ''ITEMS. _?UJL^i?t?t--?-.?-:-r~ SAT\^tD?YT;MOltNINU,' ?j^;^I8^. ,EVMlC# ?AND-OWN?R ' ORA.NGi^IJljtCil DISTRICT* Road tJio att'cle oa ? our uecoud . p.ugo, oati I tied "isiMidj.ATiO::." If you thli.k tho plan i proposed good ?.-Kytr ii) if you1 doat think j it'wIU,??work;3' try rr aslhow! There Is j taothih^ like trying. Very often, trjluz a plan : that'Won...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 August 1868

Campaign Soiiga ??' - 40 ,S9?A. tfiCA. ^37A-? <r? <, t u ? HI tuibd a wd true. ftWiif fiiy in> fail in> a," nation cries Unto hpr bo^b for aid, , Of oil the rights that freomoa priso. thx .iK By despots now botrayod, The wotchflros bom' on every holgh t, ? Tho t&ander shs&es U?e sdr, Of millions marching on to fight For 8?ymour and for Blair, ?. i Come, tried and true, ? : w>. >. . Both groy and blue. Together aide by side, United in one common cause, r^M '*$?r whito mon's .rights and bonos t. lawn, v? - * ' 'OH who ein stem tho tido. ClOso up, cloao up, Ahe serried lines, Tho tyrant rejgn is d'er; f \ jjgfrj. 8e^^b^ng^4our: banner shines, Our leader's namo, Soyxnour, And hark, iao signal for the fray, , , _ . \ Now ringeopen the air; ] We know li, on our oonqaering way, Tko buglo notoa of Blair. , Come; tried and true, etc. . j(/7*- Fotward, maroh on Caucasian blood, Ne'er yet baa blanched boforo ? Tho muddy and barbaric flood That flows from Afrio's shore...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 August 1868

THIJiD A?p TRUE. .i .'? '$Fall in, fail in, a nation cries Unto hsr bohs for aid, OfaHtho rights; tht* freemen prUo. : By despots now botrayod, Tit* watohnras bum on every height, ; ?eUrana$r?hftkes thttalr, OfsfeilUona marching on to flght For Seymour and for Blair, Cocao, tried and true, Beih gr9y ihd bint. Together aide by eido, - United in one common oaoee, ri.r;Kor yhU>mojv'ajrlghta and ho?oflt,lawa, s ' -OKwho can stem tho tide. Close up, cloao up,Jlhe Berried lines, Tho tyran'ljp rejga Is e'er; ;**', Our loader's namo, 8oymour, k, the signal for tho fray, rings upon tho air; ""HK; on our conquering way; glo notes of Blair. Come, tried and truo. etc For ward, march on Caucasian bio od, ~ t ~':Wo'er yeiliaa blanched before >? Tho muddy and barbario flood That flows from Afrio's oh ore, . 'Twill over courso tho ruling tide, tyh^o"armi have nerve to dare, ?nd^Bou?i'?nd North fight side by side', "* For Seymour and for Blair, ? mmn. 1 .t;^9?qm ithe.N<y. Herald.] >j Kat...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 August 1868

wwtzzf ji u w mar?. Campaign Songs t; . TlUBD AND TRUE. ?^?'-'Fall In, fall in, a nation erica Unto bor bobs for aid, a, . Of fill tho righlB that freemen prito. ft* r By despots now betrayod, The watohfiroB bom on overy height, -Tho thunder BbekeB tbo air, Of millions marohing on to fight * For Seymour and for Blair, Come, tried and true, ? Both grey and bluo. Together eido by eido, United in one oommon oanse, r^j rKor weite mon'a rights and hon cut lawn, ** * 'OK who oan etem tho tido. Cloao up, cloao up, tho serried lines, Tho tyrants reign is e'er; /**, ,f fTf Boo, hlaeing .on our banner Bhincs, Our leader's namo, 8uymour, And hark, the signal for the fray, New ringe upon the air; We know It, on ear eonqnering way, bogle notes of Blair, b li Come, tried and true, elo. ?tip* 4Forward, march on Caucasian blood, ?r.. s - ?? ?? jfe?er yet has blanched before Tho muddy and barbaric flood That flews from Afrio's shore, TwUl over course tho ruling tido, : While" arms have nerve to dare...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 August 1868

[From1 the New Orleans Times.] ' ' ? Campaign Songs. A3C/3TJ -1 r . ,j . TBIBD A KD TRUE. ^?-Fall in, fall in, a nation cries Unto her sons for aid, Of all tho rights that freemen priso. tin ?? By despots now betrayed, The WDtchflroB bwfl en e?ery height, Tho thunder shakes the air, Of millions marching on to fight * For Seymour and for Blair, Como, tried and true. Both grey and bluo. Together eido by sido, United in one common cause, r^j .For white mon's rights and honoet laws, *" 1 * * Oh who can stem tho tide. Close up, cloao up, the serried lines, Tho ty runt's reign is o'er; " ytri See, blaming on our banner shines, Our leader's namo, Soymour, And hark, the signal for the fray, Now ringe upon the air; , ~ " 'We knew H, on OUT ounqnoting way. Tho bugle notes of Blair. Come, tried and true, etc. *>'?* ?; ? ? ' Forward, maroh on Caucasian blood, No'er yet has blanched before i.. Tho mnddy and barbaric flood That flews from Afric's shore, 'TwUl over course tho ruling tide, arms ...

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