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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 3 October 1868

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1SG8. Tho Lessons of tho Pay. Thoro is ft meaning in tho midst of display. And it were .a pity, if that meaning remain t^i#^%': ?V5IT IK ?i < y j j Tfro first-lesson of the day, is,?OllG ANI * KATION?? SfiPPpfOi*1? #vasb concourse of people'i^rafifcblry tVday* Imd gathered poll moll, wllluHt concert and without systym, could the oocasiou be celebrriil^a with duo or der and decor um ? Could thousands be fed at a barbecue, for instance, by spreading tables, aud saying to an assembled 'multitude?"Eat . and welcorue.^ Could an' imposingprpcession bo fornfedy,!hy;( nmssin'g.;indisoriminately. ,the enthusiastio. ihu^ijxcijs . No.:. System ,mnst Ijeat^bcgiuuiug, and at, the end, of every, successful demonstration of this kiud. But wo do uot want to see systematic or-, ganizatiou confined to displays alone. In the same manner as consistent, concerted action,hi necessary, for .success iu a pageant of a day, so ?wr.twfr m km* .\ s , ?- i .'? also, ...

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. — 3 October 1868

feg 00 S? 00 ^ tue oiVAxaiiBtma.KEwtf is ri'yi^snr.n. EVERV saturday morning, at the ! ?OED TIME" PRICE. Two Dollars per Annum in Advanck. m?st in variauly accompany the subscription. t^t* Country Produce tukcn at Market Rates. t^y? 1F? respectfully request our friends to tend hi thelri Advertisements as early in the teet lc as convenient; and if possible, let us have them Ijy Thursday evening. By this means, tee will be able to isntc at an earlier liour on Satur day, and.will be enabled to gire. more of the latCsl news, vp to the. tiine of our going to press. reading MATTER ON EVEHY PAGE*. LOCAL ITEM& SATURDAY MORNING, OCT., 3, 1868. Tho Engine House itas been politely tendered by the Young Americas, for tho use of the ladies to-day, as a good point from Which to view the processiou. To our Headers. On our fourth page will bo found a pooni ascribed to John Milton. . It is published iu the Eteetic Magazine of Foreign Literature, tho October Number of which is the vkuy best colle...

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. — 3 October 1868

POET B Y. [From ike Eclectic Msgatiae.] [The following poets, heretofore unpublished and unheard of, was srnt .to the London Examiner by Henry Morlry, of Uniteroiiy College, London, who claims, and- with great s how of reason, that li is .taaproduction of John Milton, and as found.by him In tue pof$* handwriting?Ed. or Eclectic") "AN EPITAPH. ??He vthvu Heaven did call away Out of hi* Hermitage of ol?J , Has leR eoraorcllqucs in thin Urn As ?, plodgo of hit return. '?Meanwhilo the Muses do deplore The loss of this their paramour, With whoia bo sported ere the day Budded forth its tender ray. And new Apollo leaves his lays, And puts on cypress for his bays; The Sacred sisters tune their quills i Only to the blubbering rills, And while his doom they think upon, Make their own tears their Helicon : Leaving the two-topt Mount diriuo To turn votaries to his shrine. ??Think not, reader, me less blest, Sleeping In this narrow chest, I Than if my ashes did lie hid* Under some stately pyrami...

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. — 10 October 1868

THE dRANGEBTJR? NEWS. PUBLISHED Atf ORANGEBURG, S. 0. Every Saturday Morning. ?to:?. $AMmL DIBBLE, Editor. 'V..C. DIBBLE, Associate Editor. GHAHLES H. HALL, l\d,lishcr. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ^?nsCopy'lfer one year...l. $2.00 ' " <' Six Months..;. 1.00 -Any. one leading TEN DOLLARS, for a Glnb of New Subscribers; will receive an EXTRA- COPY !or ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any one sending FI?B DOLLARS, fe* a Club of Now Subscribers, will receWe an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, ifree af charge. ? : - '?? ~'0: RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion..... $100 *' 2d . 76 A Square consists of 10 lines brevier or one inch ?of Advertising space. .Administrator's Notices, if accompanied wdth the . cash.....?.....'.?.$2 75 IT not accompanied with the cash.$f> 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the moBt' liberal terms, , ?t . MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not ex ceeding one Square, inserted without charge. / -T?:?:? Terms'Gash in Advance. liefere tnc? the towering ^reeipico rising...

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. — 10 October 1868

i Mi* ^^if^ST'OUR HOMES; THION OXJ31- STATIC; UTIST^VLLY TEC 2. &9 ; THESE Ci^?TI^?TE OXJH SATURDAY MORNING, <??BEE 10, 1868; tiH.'Jpet : .I'M . fir v * TEE ?RANGEBTJR& NEWS. .v-'iSs* ?:o:? ?PUBLISHED AI1 ORANGEBURG, S. ?. Evei'y Saturday Morning. >$AM{?EL DIBBLE, Editor. ''V. C. DIBBLE, Associate Editor. Gil ARLES LT. HALL, Publisher. TKHMS ?F SUBSCRIPTION. 'One'Copy'TH- one year...;... $2.00 : JN^ : ?* ?' Six Months....* 1.00 Any ono sending TEN POLLARS, for a Club of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA- COPY ?for ONE ? YEAR, free of charge. : Any one sending FI**FH DOLLARS, fer a Club of New Subscribers, wiH'rccciyean EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, ?Trse af charge. . ?* ha* tj^HJA a i ? - >~?9*~ ? ? RATES OP ADVERTISING. 1 ?quar? -ist Insertion. $1.60 ~?? ?? 2d " . 76 A Square consists of 10 Hues Brevier, or one inch ?of Advertising- apace, .Administrator's Notices, if accompanied with the cash,....?.,.,.'..$2 75 If not accompanied with the cash.$5 00 Contract Adv...

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. — 10 October 1868

THE ORAfflQEBTJRG NEWS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1868.; DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOB PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR. OF NEW YORK. ) ? + ?: ?'. -je.. * iVl: r**; * ? >. .} -?o FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. FRANCIS P. BLAIR. OF MISSOURI. ' j STATE iiLECT?it?L TICKET. FOR THE STA TL' A T LARGE GENERAL J. D. KENNEDY, OF KKU8HAW. COLONEL J. P. THOMAS,. ?j-M I Ay-'Mr Ya ??? ?;:: i 'Mil ri :Mn OF RICI1I.ANI). . (? :? ;\" - ?'? ? *??? ?'? ?' ?' FIRS.' CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT: COLONEL R. F. GRAHAM, OF MA1UON. ?ECQND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT: GENERAL B. II. RUTLEDGE, OF CHAUI.E8T0>.\' THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT: COLONEL A. C. II AS KELL, OF AUHKVIL1.K. FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT: COLONEL E. C. McLUnK, OF CI1F.8TER. GRAND RALLY OF THE . 3d E jVI O o !R .A. o "Y" ! Orangeburg Wide Awake ! I MASS MEETING iiiiiiyiii ??i? 1000 MEN IN PROCESSION!!!! ? On Suturday last, the j various Democratic Clubs of the District assembled at this place, for the purpose of a G rand Ratification Meet ing, and a good time general...

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. — 10 October 1868

xxu? ORAffGEB?Rfl NEWS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1868. FOR PKKSIDEKT, HORATIO SEYMOUR. OF NEW XORK. -0 FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. ?VNCIS P. BLAIR. OF MISSOURI ' F / STATE ELECTORAL TICKET. ???. ... . rrr." .? :? ?;? FOR TUE STATE AT LARGE: GENERAL J. D. KENNEDY; of KKRHItAWV COLONEL J. V. THOMAS, ?.(.!*? -.t -!- J^-w-'K r. :?>..: i ! Hl1 - ' Iii ok ricui.an1). ... [r,;ii ?.t?.?y: : u Wy,ii- -v : -'AWm FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT: COLONEL R. F. GRAHAM, of mauion. iSECOND CONVRESSIONAL DISTRICT: GENERAL 15. II. RUTLEDGE, of Charleston/ THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT: COLONEL A C. II AS KELL, of abbeville. FOURTH. CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT: COLONEL E. C. McLUitti, of chester. GRAND RALLY OF THE X> EMOO'BACY ! Orangebnrg Wide Awake ! I MASS MEETING AN D 1000 MEN IN PROCESSION!!!! - On Saturday last, the, various Democratic Clubs of the District assembled at this place, for the purposo of a Grand Ratification Meet ing, and a good time generally. Although the weather was very unfavorable, being q...

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. — 10 October 1868

?* ?. THK- OK?NOEBUKG ?Bwl* ?? v 18 rcniisuiin KVERY* SATURDAY MORNING, at the ' ?'OL? TIME'* PRICE. Tvfo Do ix a us pkr Annum in Advance. ' J^*';.- ?SrTUE CASH/TSa ^MUST INVARIABLY ACCOMPANY THE ?tw> ??,{-*??? .'?<?? ? .?.!?'? ??.. ? SUBSCRIPTION. 8?gr* Country Produce taken at Market Rate?. Ire respectfully request our Menth to rend in^tTitif 'iAdverlUcmtntt ax early in the weeli as cohrcnicilt ; ai\d\f possible, let vs have fhen^ hy Thursday evening. By this means, tee trill beleihtefd issue at an earlier hour on Satur day t and will he enabled to give more of the latest news} up to the time of our going to press. READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. mi LOCAL ITEMS. SAT?RDAY MORNING, OCT., 10, 1868. Divine Scrvieo May be expected in the Methocist Church, on^Sunday morning, at 10 J o'clock. To Our BcRders. We had made arrangements to publish this ?week tho speeches of Colonels Ilnskcll and Aikcn, as Well as thoso of Judge Aldrich and ?Colonel Read: but two-thirds our printers have ...

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. — 10 October 1868

POETRY. <: Tho Holling of tbo Ball. bomo aU ye gallant Democrats, ' Como patriots, ono and all, And join with your united strength To roll our mighty ball 5 ' And while the ball is rolling With shouts we'll rend the air: Three choors for Statesman Seymour And the warrior, General Blair. (Throe ahoera. From Georgia's grocn savannahs, To tho loy shores of Maine, We'll hurl tho boundiag missile forth O'er mountain, field and plain; And .wMlo tho ball in rolling ' With shouts wo'll read' tho air: Three oheors for Statesman Seymour And the warrior, Genoral Blair. (Three cheors!) From old Manhattan's million ? To-Westorn"prairies grand, ] ": I Our "ball shall bear a grooting, All round tho sunny lnnd ; And while tho bull is rolling With shouU we'll rend the air: Threo cheors for Statesman Seymour And tho warrior, General Blair. (Three cheers!) AcrosB tho Rookcy Mountains Our hurling ball shall fly, ? Till California hails it, A meteor in tho sky ; And while the hall is rolling With sho...

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. — 17 October 1868

OUB HOMES; THEN OTJH STATE; EIN ALLY THE NATION; THESE CONSTITUTE OXJH COUNTRY. VOLUME 2. SATURDAY MORNING,; OCTOBER IT, 1868. NUMBER 35. THE i ORANGEBURG NEWS. PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBURG, 8. 0. Every Sa tu rd uy Morning. 8AMUKL DIBBLE, Editor. V. DIBBLE, Associate Editor. \f BARLES II. HALL, Publisher. ?-:o:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Q*t Cepy for one year.$2.00 4. ?? six Months........... 1.00 Any one tending TEN DOLLARS, for a Clnb of N?w Subscribers, Tf ill receive an EXTRA COPY f?r ONE TEAR, free of chivrge. Any ono sending FIf i DOLLARS, fer a Club of Now Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, frta ?f charge. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.50 \ ??.:: 2d ?? . 76 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or one inch ?f Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, if accompanied with the cash.$2 76 If ?tot accompanied with tho cash.$5 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon tho moBt liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not ex eceding oue Square, i...

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. — 17 October 1868

r.:^.1?-.'??X?: ' .? V-i". vrt.Vi 1 ^ \ FIRST oue HOMES; THEN OTJK STATE; FINALLY THE NATION; THESE CONSTITUTE OTJjR COUNTKfV^^ . . _ _ _,_. _ ??_i_,_ _ _ _ ._ _ ; ' ? ? r. _^ .V-a v VOLUME 2. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER IT, 1868. NUMBER 35. THE ORANGEBURG NEWS. PUBLISHED at orangeburg, S. C, Every Saturday Morning SAM UAL DIBBLE, Editor. T. it DIBBLE, Associate Editor. \ 9HARLES H> HALL, Pnblislur. TERNS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On a Copy for one year. $2.00 ?? ?? ?< Six Months...... 1.00 Any one lending TEN DOLLARS, for a Clnb of NoW Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY foj? ONB YEAR, free of chnrge. Any ono Bending FITS DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subscribers, will Teceiva an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, frta et charge. ?:o:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.00 ?.?. v ?* '. 2d s? . 70 A .Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or one inch ?f Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, if accompanied with the cash.$2 76 If not accompanied with the cosh.$5 00 Contract Adver...

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. — 17 October 1868

FIEST OUR HOMES; THEN OUR STATE; FINALLY THE NATION; THESE CONSTITUTE OUR COUNTRY. ?' ' - u. ? VOLUME 2. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1868. NUMBER 36. TBE ORANGEBURG NEWS. ?-:o: PUBLISHED AT OKANGKBURG, S.O. Every Satnrday Moriiing. . SA MULL DIBBLE, Editor. V. ?. DIBBLE, Associate Editor. *" 9HARLEB H. HALL, Pullisher. ?:o:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oao Copy for one year. $2.00 ? Six Months...... 1.00 A ay one lending TEN DOLLARS, for a Clnb of New Subscribers, will receive on EXTUA COPY far ONE YEAR, free of ohnrge. Any one sending FITS DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, frt? of charge. ?:o:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Bquar? 1st Insertion. $1.50 ?.?.. i *?:. 2d ??. 75 A Square consists of 10 linen Uro vier or one inch ?f Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, if accompanied with the cash.$2 76 If not accompanied with tho cash.$5 00 Contract Advertiscnieuta iusurted upon the most liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not ex c...

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. — 17 October 1868

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1SG8. While ?er rnseree t? ourscltres the right ofdefi-* ntug ?nr own jurfitfcatpetition fig means of our nlito'rial columns, ice trill be planted to publish contributions from our fellow-citizens upon the grave questions which now agitate the public :?indT wltcthcral^it^ tyH^hilprcornet hp- uy'th whs ?r nrrf. ^ A district newspaper, ice ronshfer, should 6c an nide.c of the carious shades nf pop ? *tojjj|fcfi^?fi^ in which # cTOWofW * *mr*c*NHi>>J dfeopen, therefore, for am/ cvnityunicationsproperly wriltcnT accom panied by a rcsptmsildcAtuaie, not personal in tlteir chariictcr, nor aUsimVcty injurious in their tendency, HEADING WA'-T'TBJl'ON-'EYKRY J'AOE. * a 1 * mrm ? ? ? & The Election. The returns from Peui^yTvama, Ohio, and Nfibjaakou ^indicate that those States have WL?? 4aM fl ?N i i= ? Em? t. ? ?' ? - gone Iiepmmcnn in the recent election. In Indiana ft will require an official count, to dc ciuo the result. The Democrats, however. gain 5 Congr...

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. — 17 October 1868

AT TUB ; .{i-V^tyj}' TIME" P1U?H: Txti^i^g'^ Asn?m in Advance.' ??tjrXHK cAsil"^a MUST INVARIABLY ACCOMPANY THE - v SUBSCRIPTION. Country Produce tukcn nt Market Ruten. $$ oo #2 oo __JzJU_i__-. ?'?WGS*nc respectfully request nur friend* to sendjn their Advertisements as early in the werfe .qs convenient; and if possible, let us have them by Thursday evening, fly this means, ire icilt be able to is$u4 at an earlier hour on Satur day; and reift be rn?blcH to give m6re of the ?latest nexesi up. to the, time of our. going to press. RH AD1NG MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. LOCAL ITEMS. '^TURDAY MORNING, OCT., 17, 18G8. Our Defcnco. Oiir7,big brother of tho "News" family,? the 11 Charleston Daily,"?has tho following paragraph in its issue of the 14th, viz: ."Xllt/?AItUEC?K AT OttAXOKllURO.-TllO Oraiigcburg News in publishing a full report ?of tho prbcocdingE and speeches at tho late successful barbcciic, forgot to mention the fuet that its report was taken bodily from the columns of tho <Jhnrles...

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. — 17 October 1868

, ..POETRY. '"A [rOR TUE OUAKOBDVBO NKW8.] Ji% Seymour ?nd Blair. .k<V<iiJf.i? . ? . ;. ; A DKMOt'ltATIC RAtLTlKQ BONO t'OR TUB IUUTO. air?It of in jke Bow. Come along to this Democratic meeting, Come manhood and come ladies fair; Let ub strik? hands in joyous greeting, And shout for our Seymour and Blair. Caoia-s?-Then huzza for Seymour and Blair, . Huzza for Scymtur and Blair. ?XJmq, was when our glorious old country, No scalawag dared to impair ?, And to quiekly get rid of such dunces, Let's shout for our Seymour aad Blair. Cnonrs?Then huzia for Seymour and Blair, &e. To set carpet-baggers a walking, And Bcalawaga close in their rear; YYe must all keep continually talkiug, And Tote for our Seymour and Blair. CnoBVB?Then huzza for Seymour and Blair, kc. "Lew taxes, good money, and plenty, The Democracy intend all shall share ; As of yore, in this truly, free country, ? #3?4dT> Fleeting our Seymour and Blair. C'iioB?s?Then huzza for Sevmour and Blair, &c. *?>???...

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. — 24 October 1868

n -it & 2ifis?"*2i^fc3ft .swan ?a >^vv;^ teHftfigfr ?H -win tijfr ?__ OTJTl XXOMBS; TIIEN OtTIT STATE; .FINALLY TI LE T1*3?^ CO' _2. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1868. Every Saturday Morning. im ORANGEBURG NEWS. HStlSIiED AT OK AN G EBURG, S. C. v >SS4if^/y. DIBBLE, Editor. Jfjjj '?<?. DIBBLE] Associate Editor. WARLES IL HALL, Publisher. . :?'TERMS OF SURSCRIRTION. W*C?py foroneyear. $2.00 '?*???*?'???" Six Montau. 1.00 . fcfcjr one ?ending-TEN DOLLARS, for a CInl> of nevrA Subscribers,:will receive an EXTRA CORY toi ONE 'IfEnRy free of olinrge. Anv one sending FFVRi DOLLARS, for a Club of Now Subscribers; willYeeeite en EXTRA CORY for SIX MONTHS, Treeof.ehargc. ? - _:o:_ RATES OF .ADVERTISING 1 Square 1st .Insertion. $1.50 ?". ?? 2d ". 7o A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or one Incb df Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, if accompanied with the - cash...............;......,.$2 7ft If not accompanied with the cash.$f> 00 Contraat Advertisements inser...

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. — 24 October 1868

THE ORANQEBURft NEWa SATXEDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1868. jjSuj?lw-? -? ? ir r,-t ," -? ?u-rr, ? . WAtfe ire reserve to ourselves the right of defi ning our own political position by mean* of cur editorial cotumns% we ictff be pleated to publish e-mtributions from our fellow-citizen* upon the grave questions which note agitate the public mind, whether their opinions coincide with ours or Hot. A. district, ncicspapcr, tee consider, should be an tWAr of the various 'shades of pop Vilar sentiment in the section, of country in which ? ^ e^S^^M.*^^l^tt/fmii ar* ?Pen^ therefore, for i^^cofn^iuntoa^^prop^iy written, accom panied by a responsible name, not personal in their character} nor absolutely iivjurious in their tendency. Jrttfm RE.ADINO M ATTE It ON EVERY PAGE. The Up-Country Radicals. 4ftMg9?? el -v};. ? ? ? ??'*; ? - ? the incendiary speeches of Randolph, Hogo and.?thers, arc having their natural effoct upon the negroes. Gen. Sam. McGowan's St?hlen, were burned.by incendiaries on the night...

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. — 24 October 1868

THE ORANGEB?RG NEWS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1868. ?1,1. ?!?*-* urn 4.1 i ? -X1-. i ? While vc reserve to ourselves the right of defi ning our own political position by means of our editorial columns, tee will be pleased to publish e>mtributions from our fellow-citizens upon the grave questions which now agitate the public mind, whether their opinions coincide with ours or not. A. district newspaper, we consider, should be an indea- Of the rurintu shades of pop ular sentiment in the section-of country in which ?wc^^iehmt-QH^*<^,fltaitar^?Pcnt therefore, rar. ifi^^co^tmuf|icch"^iiproperly written, accom panied by a responsible name, not personal in their character, nor absolutely ii\furious in their tendency. -sivid READING.MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. The Up-Country Radicals. A' ' sysmp*% stl *Ti.o> -f?* tieA --* - r.v?-.. The incendiary speeches of Randolph, Hogo ead^gthers, arc having their natural effect upou the negroes, (son. Sam. McGowan's 8t*Msp$pQXb burned , by ineondiuriea ...

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. — 24 October 1868

* THE ORAXGEBURG NEW EVERY SATURDAY MORN1NO, n * "OLD TIME" PRICE, ttw.o.Dollars per Annum in Advance! ;^;:;.,:i^TiiECA8u-?t ;wJ6fINVARIABLY ACCOMPANY THE . ?4? ao ,?>?;,. SUBSCRIPTION. ?ssT* Count ry Ito?iico taken at Market Rate?. . 00 ?**?.J:>;V .-,'?-*-~ t&" We respectfully request our friends to Send iti their Advertisements as early in the ue+k as convenient; and if possible, let us have them by Thursday evening, - Jfy this means, ice vnU be able ta,issue hi an carb'cr hour on Satur day, and trill be enabled to give more of the latest netcs, up to the time of our going to press. mm '- ,1,' T 1 if* i.i ftBADING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. LOCAL ITEMS. ^e. t. ... , ._ SATURDAY MORNING, OCT., 24, 1868. * Oranuf.burg, S. H., October 17th, 1868. f? ?Kr felloic-cilizcns of Orangcburg District : For your information, we hereby certify, that we have examined into tho Ehctioh Laws now in force, and arc unanimously of the opin ion, that every one of those, who have been heretofore d...

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. — 24 October 1868

? Irl ifPfsrt'A M T A young pareou of tho ?blvorsaliet faith, many ycara ?iuc?J, when tho Sitnon-puro Uni vcrealiain was preached, slarted" Westward to attend a convention of his brothron in tho faith. He: took tho precaution to carry a viul of Cayenne iu his pocket to sprinkle his^ food with as ?. preventutivo to fever and ague. Tho convention met; and at dinner a tall hoosior observed the pursou ?.? ho seasoned t-h? mnnt.^ and' addressed him thus : ?'Stronger, I'll tliauk yoit for a lectio of that Vera'rod salt, furl urn kind o' curious to try iOvtjM *03 b?i* ;: ? ? V?.,. ./?.u-.-.iV'f >Y* "Ccrtaiti'ly," replied the parson, "but you will 0nd it vory powerful j bo careful how you use it." The hoosier took tho proffered vial, and feeling himself j>roof against that quantity of raw whiskey, thought time he could stand tho "rod-salt"- witli impunity, and accordingly sprinkled a junk of beef rather bountifully with it, and forthwith introduced it into his capacious mouth. It soou...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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