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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 May 1880

? ; SBSjBjj _Lj_/r_?_J J.'-L!-L 1 [Written for the Orangcburg Timf.b.J NANNIE. fry RUTD ooout.KY. Chapter I. Lt was a few days before Thanks . giving, when farmer Melton's wagon ?tood ready loaded, before his door. 'Do hurry Lydio,' said the farmer, 'we have fifteen miles to go, and the horses are as impatient as I am.' 'You need not hurry me bo Joseph,' replied his wife, as she made her ap- J pearanee with basket, bag, and J bundle. 'What on earth are you going to do with all those things?' 'I am going to take them to those who need them,' said Mrs. Melton. 'They are for old Mrs. Jenkins, and cousl? Kate's family. I could not en joy Thanksgiving, if I did not know they had something good to eat.' 'I think you have a good supply/ said Mr. Melton. 'Shame on you Joseph, to grudge thoso poor creatures the little I take them!' 'Oh! they are welcome to it, only it seems to me, you arc always giving away something.' 'Wei! you do not feel the loss, so you need not grumble.' 'Come, get up,1...

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. — 4 June 1880

ONE DOLLAR L'EK ANNUM. )? GOD A-ISTD OUR COUNTRY ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. VOLUME VII FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1880. NUMBER 7 ? Carriage Factory. Tlie undersigned respectfully in foims tlie public I bat he is prepared to do all Kind of Work in the above liec on the shortest no tice and at Living Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the best possible 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 . IL RIGGS. CALL AT THIS PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1871 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing to fill orders in BllEAI), ROLLS, PIES G A Tv E S Of all descriptions. G UNO KRS rtv the DABBKli or BOX. 'Also 13 RE A D For Camp-?Ioelings or any other kind of Meetings. Just received XOronli ConfcctfionaricM, JFaney <J?o<mIs And Notions Which will he sold as LOW as any that can lie bought in Ornngeburg. Thankful for the past patr...

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. — 4 June 1880

_ TIIE OBANOEBUitG TIM ES. issued every friday mohn i no MELLICH AMP & KDNVAlUJS.T'ropri?t^. STILES U. MELLICH AMP Editor. Terms of Subscriptioii> One Copy one Year.$1 00 " Sir Months 7-5 . Rates of Advertising. One Square 1st Jnf.rriitm.?v.v.'Sl 00 Kork Subsequent " 50 Notices inserted in Local Cd'.umn at 60c per Line. All Subscriptioits nVirf Transient Advcrtise inents to be paid for in Advance. 5to>" W\j aTo in no way responsible for the views or opinions o| mr Correspond ents. OUR STANDARD BEARERS. GOVERNOR. GEN. JOHNSON HAGOOD. jJeutciuuif-Governor. GEN J. D. KENNEDY. Secretary of Stale. Col. 11. M. Sims. G'oinpt roller-General. J a at i:s O. Corr. Attorney-General. LhRoiVF. Youmans. Sup't. of Education, Cait. Hugh s. Thompson. fAdjt. and Inspector General. A. M. Manigaui.t. Treasurer. Col,. J. P. "RlCItAKD.SnX. FRUUyT j UN K ~4, 1SS0. Tin: work m Columbia. The democratic State Convention met iu 'Columbia on L'uesduy at 12 o'clock. The representation \v:is ful] and in...

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. — 4 June 1880

Orangcbnrg Time? LOCAL We have seen some line Okra from c garden of Mrs. H. M. Audxcws. he earliest wc have seen* Genoa post olllce at Dr. T. K. Ivcl 's, in , Lyons Township was est ab - hed about three weeks ?go. Town Couueil has on hand at 'ortjohn's a supply of disinfectants or free distribution to our oitizens. Wc are informed that Judge Thorn on will be back for court here on cxt Saturday. Severn1 communications have been owded out of this issue by the State olitieal news. Our correspondents must bear with us. ; A new barber shop Ivas Vreen jened one door east,of Messrs. D. K. monk & Co., by W. H. Jobuson, a irst class workman. Theae will be another Dime Read-' ing at the room of the Y. M. C. A. on ucxt Monday evening at half-past eight o'clock. Admission ten cents. The "Haid Eagle" of Edgeliold. as a centre of attraction. He sat -as calmly in the hall as if all with him was as placid as a silver lake. Mr. H. S. Rennckcr is offering fov sale, a large lot of cow peas and bri...

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. — 4 June 1880

g~ > . _JJJ-LLJI!_ ^.II?JLili? [Written for the Orangehurg Timkb.] NANNIE. r.v l.i rn' QOOp?KYi ( 'll Al'TKIt II. A hulv dressed in mourning, ac companied by ?> little girl about four vent s ohl, was looking at rooms, in a house, situated in a r.lenseby populat ed part of Boston. 'I think this room will suit me,' she said, to the proprietor;as she ntood in t ho front room, of the second Hour. Having made arrangements about tlio terms, she gave her name nsjMrs. Adams.' and proposed mov ing in, on the next day. She had occupied :i pleasant cot tage in the suburbs; but the present state of her liiiances. required her to give up her servant, and procure a less expensive it bode. She only kept such furniture as would he needed for one room, and disposed of the re mainder. It was with a heavy heart, she removed to her new home. It was new to her in every respect. The close confinement in one room, with the noisy bits.tle in the street below, was anything hut pleasant; hud she soon d...

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. — 11 June 1880

one dollar "tbk annum. > GOD .A-ISTD OUR COTJjNTTRY. always in advance. v^?me^yrir .fridat morning, j Ene 11, lsso.~ ~number so The undersigned res pect Cully in forms the public that he is prepared to du all Kind of Work in the above linc.ou tho shortest no tice and at living Prices. HORSESHOEING done in tho best possible manner. I also have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING; MACHINES, And GRIST MILL.. All work in this lino'don? without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public patronage"is solicited. July 25 .. II. 1UGGS. CALL p CALL AT Til K PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1871 by the Propri etor, who is still ready und willing to iill orders in BEEAB, HOLLS, PIES c a k i: s Of all descriptions. GUNGEUS Bv the DARREL1 or BO'Xi "Also 33 ? 35 .A l} For Camp-Meetings or any other kitnl ol Meetings. Just received Fresh ('on !<*??< ion a ries, JFaiscy Goods Aia<I A'otiaiis Which will be sold as LOW us any that can be bought in Orangeburf 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. — 11 June 1880

j THE ORANGEBUitq TIMES. I8SUKD EVEllY Fill DAY MOHNINO MELldOHAMP~& KDWAHDS. Proprietors. STlliKS It. MB bill CHAMP Editor. Terms of Subscription." One Cony our Year.$1 00 .S'r> Monih. 75 Hates of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.?1 00 Kack Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in Local Column at '20c per Line. All Subscript inns and Transient A<lrcrlii>c vients to be paid for in Advance. 5*3?" We are in no way responsible for the views or opinions o' air Correspond ents. OUR STANDARD BEARERS. COVClfiXOK. G EN. JOHNSON ilAGOOI). I. ieu( vit a ii !-<;?> vor nor. GEN. .1. 1). K EN NED Y. Secretary of Slate. < or. II. M. Si ms. ('oinptroller-< lencrnl. .1 a.m ks ( '. < oi l'. Attorney (Iciicrhl. LkRoy V. Youmaxs. Sup'I. of Education. ( apt. Ifroii S. Thompson. Adjt. and Inspector General. A. M. Manioaui.t. Treasurer. ( 'ol. J. P. RlCUAKDSON. ~ KKlTiA Y, .11-KK 11, 1SS0. JOll NSON HAb'OOD. Next to Senator Hampton few men have ever been more unanimously and...

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. — 11 June 1880

The Orangebui'g Times LOCAL See notice of lot for sale Gen. I/.lar has moved over to his new olllce. See card in this issue nominating Mr. J. F. Robinson for ( 'lei k of Court* The crops are looking line every where, the recent refreshing rains doing much good. Alderman Straus is doing a good work in superintending in person, the improvements to our town diu ins. We regret to hear of the serious aflliotion of a child of Mr. Donald R. Joiner, of the Fork. No-olioinnrgnrino, hut choice Go .sli'cn butter at 115 cents' per pound nt d. 1. Sorentrue's. A first class cook, with good refe rence can procure a lucrative position l>y applying at this oflice. ? ???I i ? -? m i fmm Dr. A. C. Dukes has just received n lot of line razors and straps w hich he is ottering :it moderate prices. Choice Rio colS'cOj the best in the market, at .r>A ami (5 pounds fnr$l nt .J. 1. Soreutrue. ? A colored man in Sum lor, b\ the name of Klison Hampton, whipped bis son to duatli lust weeJc Mr. 1'. A. Lofv...

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. — 11 June 1880

[Written for the Orange-burg Times.] NANNIE. Ill' lit Til GOO?I.KY. ( 'UAPTF.lt III. Nunnio noticed bcr mother's tic prbssion, nntl . proposed, to remain from school. lYou arc very lonely now mother,' she said, 'I will bu company for you, and i eau help you in a great many ?ways.' Mi's. Adams became an invalid, sind was forced to draw from her small capital. Nannie was the only one to attend to her wants, until .Mrs. bollon, a kind-hearted woman, w ho occupied the lirst lloor, discovered the state of affairs, and came every day to min ister to her comfort. It was lo her, that Mrs. Adams 'give directions about what should be done, if she should pass away before M i s. Blake's rel urn.' A cool November day was drawing to a close, when .Mrs. Adaius, 'culled Na??io.' 'Sit near medear,' she said, 'I want to talk to you about yourself. Von arc old enough, to understand all 1 will say to you. I have loved you very dearly, but I am"?she was tak en with a lit of coughing, and a hem orrhage f...

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. — 18 June 1880

ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. )? Gr OD J!l.^T> OUR COUNTRY. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE VOLUME VII FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1880. NUMBER 21 Carriage Factory. The undesigned respectfully In forms the public (hat he is prepared to do all Kind of Work in the above line on thn shortest no tice and at Living Pri?e.s. HORSESHOEING done in the best possible manner. I also have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING; MACHINES, And GRIST MILL. All work in ibis line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public pntronacje is solicited. july 25 IL RIGGS. 0Xi.lL, CA LL AT TUR PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1871 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing lo fill orders in BREAD, ROLLS, PIES C A K K S Of ?Ii description*. GUN G KRS Bv the BARREL or BOX. Alflo BREAD For Camp-Meetings or any other kind ot Meetings. ?J-jst received JKVchIi C'onfect?ouaricM, Fiuicy (jJ??o<In And Not hum Which will he sold as LOW as any that can be bought in Orangehnrg. Thankful for the past patrona...

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. — 18 June 1880

[THE ORANGE HI JIM) TIMES. ISSUED EVERY I* 1'.IDA Y ? MORIS IN? MELLICH AMP & KDWAhT'S, l't ?opritttors. STILES K. MfeUHcMM? Editor. Terms of Sutosoi'iptioxi? One Copy one Year.$1 00 " " Stx Months . 75' Rates of Advertising.. One Squm'e 1st Insertion.?1 00 ? Iiach Subsequent " . 50 Notice* inserted in Local Column at '20c per Line. All Subscriptions "?'/ Transient Advertise incuts to be paid for in Adroncc. JBfcf)'" Vf.? are in no way responsible for tlie views or opinions o* tur Correspond* *ntn. OUR STANDARD BEARERS. GOV?ltXOR. GEN. JOHNSON HAG?OD. /_ Uetlicimiit-Clovcrnor. GEN. J. D. KENNEDY. Secretary of State. Col. R. M. Sims. t Vmiptroller-Gonernl. James C. Corr. Attorney-General. LkRov F. youmaxs, Sup't. of Educuliou. Caet. Hoon S. Tiiomesos. Adjt. and Inspector General. A. M. Mamuault. Treasurer. Col. J. P. Riciiakdsox. FRIDAY, JU^K lfi, 1880. GRANT ON SEYMOUR. Gen. Grant, in an interview at Mil waukie, gave it as bis opinion that Seymour is the strongest candidate ?whi...

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. — 18 June 1880

Tho Oraii^ebiirjjr Times X/ O-C A H. During our absence from tue city with the Press Association, we leave the editorial management of the Times with,a friend, in whose hands know that The. interests of our pa trons will ba sufo. His lulnirs itmt mcuee with this issue, and will con tinue probably t wo weeks. Wc hope lohe so bciiefittcd by our visit that when we return we will be able to wield our pen with fresh vigor in the battle. See change in advertisement of P. A. Lefveudahl. A good piano for sale cheap. See notice. " Pr. E. Cooke will preach at the Lutheran ('butch on Sunday morn ing at usual hour. mmm ? o*? - ? A communication has been re ceived from '?'Kufllu" too late for this issue, but will appear in our next. Refreshing showers foil three or four miles north of us on Wednesday a ftcrnoon. Eureka Chapter No. Id It. A. M. meets to-night. M. AI. degree to bp, eonferrell. The latest out?the steamer to be purchased for the Kdisto is to have brick paddle wheels. A lady of ('olu...

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. — 18 June 1880

Tho Oraiigetmrjjf Times | During our absence from the eitj* with the Press Association, wo leave the editorial management of the Timks with a fricud, in whose bands know thaUtQCj interests of our pa trons will bo sufo. His labors kftitt menee with this issue, and will con tinue probably two weeks. We hope to be so bencfitted by our visit that ?when we return we will be able to wield our pen w ith fresh vigor in the battle. See change in advertisement of 1*. A. Lefveudnhl. A good piano for sale cheap. Sec notice. ' Dr. E. Cooko will preach at the Lutheran Church <>" Sunday morn ing at usual hour. -a A communication has been re ceived from aKufllu" too Into for this issue, but will appear in our next. Refreshing showers led three or four miles north of us on Wednesday a fternoon. Eureka Chapter No. Li H. A. M. meets to-night. M. M. degree to he conferred. Tho latest out?the steamer to be purchased for the Edisto is to have brick paddle wheels. A lady of Columbia presented each o...

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. — 18 June 1880

Tho Or;\ii^cburg times _ I1- ? '"_??_ - ? lu. ?. ?? i^b5> -A. Xv During our absence from tue city with the Tress Association, we leave the editorial management of tin; Timks with a friend, in whose hands know that the. interests of our pa trons will bo safe. II in labors ct>nl lncucc with this issue, and will con tinue probably two weeks. We hope tobe so bencfittqd by our visit that when we return we will be able to wield our pen with fresh vigor in the battle. See change in advertisement of l'. A. Lefvendnhl. A good piano for sale cheap. See notice. ' Pr. E. Cooko will preach at the Lutheran t hutch on Sunday morn ing at usual hour. ? tmm ? mm - ? A communication has been re ceived from^'ICufllo1' too Into for this is>uo, but will appear in our next. Refreshing showers fell throe or four miles north of us on Wednesday afternoon. Eureka Chapter No. 15$ H.A. M. meets to-night. M. AI. degree to be. eonferrcu\ ? ? - - . O??? i - The latest out?the steamer to be, purchased for ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 18 June 1880

I Wiittcu for tiio Urangtibitrg Times.] nan mi;. nv itirrii coodi.i.v. < nA i"t*i>t! I V. ?\>.r make loo tine; a lady of the [> ?.? ( Ini mor AIc*Il>>n. in his . i? ", i. I.. i in he ii^l'ii).1 I ? uughTto sY'iid nVu' vo'sclioul;' ? ,*?hb v, ;,s I'Kir 11 tu bun lady.' re MY*. Melloh, 'ari I here is no .1 ior in try to make her one. ?..?ods !Y ; h air and exercise, tUnr booliH just ai t his lime, | ? ; li'tei rVwhile wo will se.hd her, and I ml i . i lr.in, learhtilg will lie no '?? .l.lc (o'jhj ?: /hen oi i:." had ?mo itiid ?bo ? . ' ; put. on l in' divas of green, iSnbutO 'VOiiid iv tinder through the ? ??.<?>' lain Und pluck l In- wild li ? of list' ii i ?> t lib wurhiiiiii- of ? i ? , Invi ? voice, nysiliiig ? Sip >? ?a happy child. ? 1 ? >. !>y i lit kindiu'ss of the wh<. Inn] i.-ikon lief to iheir * . and bestowed so i illicit hive i a ifocl ioti il jx 'U her. no j Kissed, iihd Nannie \vas;rit with i!.. i v - of health blootn i ? '\- Hneih...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 18 June 1880

I VViiltcu for tho Qrrtngoburg Times.] nan mi;. >9>noj &uA ffjann 'Jit 0 t 11V iiotm ooodi.ev, ,i^':i '"ffl i|??rJ(Oy lit v; Ivt'it ') f *l ? 11 * * 1*1 *J < Ii L '* * > ? / i| ( IIAITKU TV. ?IHm'i. make loo lint; a huly of tho iId. fciaid . furnier Melton. to Ids .,>y)f-a3V^r?K htr '. to hy.uisotu}.' I ink w ?? < Ugli'l to send Ihm- to school.' SSho ibis born to he u huly,' ro iud N-h>. Moltoiij 'ap there is lio u d for nie to Ery '<> make her one. i needs frosjj air and exercise, ^?v.i thiir. books, just, at thio time,. . fltpV /iVlnle we will send her, and J on certain, learning will be no treble lo iter.' 'i:ee - o'.inhod come and the . I put on the dress pf.groeii, '?.. ui.ie would wander through the dud lanj s. a'ud pluck the wild vers or listen to the warbling of (A%o birds; her own voice, rivaling tttsp.hgs, She wjisa happy child, ? - 'e so, by tho kindness nflhe " - w ho had 'inken her to their : roe, ami hestowetl so much love litul aiieeii?u...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 18 June 1880

I Wilt ten for i Uo ?rangul ,irg Tmr.s.] N A N Ml.. IIY IMPl II oooiu.UY. < ii Urfn-:n I V. ?on' make too linen lady of the - .1 fsirmcr jMolioii. to his tt > . n i.i I' to |U' Useful." I ! . ive ought to none! hoi* to'school.' \ ?-In v, . . horn to liu/u lady.1 ru :?. ?. Melton, 'so there is no ? i die to try to make her one. ii ;.i-cds fresh .iir and exorcise,; th:.- boo!;s. Jm-;t at this lime,: u awhile wo will so.nd hof, and ? certain learning will ho no ..b'lo lo'ltui-.' I i : spring had conto nnd the put tin t he divas of green, :.ii!>ie ?vbukl wander through tho ? ? led lanes, tind plack tIm? wild i ? or listen to tho.,warhliiig;df o bei >. !. voice, rivaling it niigs. Sli< ?? .:.- a happy child; ' by the kindness; of tin* who had 'taken lier to their ?ue, Mini In .tiM".id hi much love i .?' il'eoi i?!t: it poll hi?r. pn.-sod, hn'd Nannie was fit ? ?> i : ' !..? i is.es of health bloom hei i I>noh season: had |.i nr? ?-. and enjoyed t Item xh\<> Thu...

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. — 25 June 1880

u/ivays in ai)vance VOLUME VII i7 FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 25, 1880. NU Mi! ER 23 ?I Thq ^undersigned respectfully jn fonns the public that he is prepared to do ull in the above line on the. shyript no tice and at ? ' ? >; \h Living Pricffes. HORSESHOEING done in the best possible maunBW'HT T J& O J also have in full opcjaljou-iny.Q PLAN I fx Ci^A^ D >MOU LIH?JGv . ? I MACHINES;* I /: : And , j G.JUST MIL^,,. a<J ?All work in this lincjlone without ou;r^n^&i ^TpaxBri A share of the publte patroharfe '15 solicited. ? ? july 25 II. KlOGSi ? PEOPLE S BAKERY Established iu lrtlYbyltlie Pn>pVi--j ? <>tor, who is still ready and willing lo fill oWlers in Wit.! c a iv, is. s , . <Jf nil description*. . ... ' Tir' tfie P. A uWa's Kir' H )N.i ' - ? ' ?II! ? Afi 1 ? .,. ?. - : ? ? B H GE A. ID For Ca nip* Meeting* or any.other kind ol Meetings. just ,m riLw i? o Fancy <*<>???!>* And \?>ii .-.us ?A u iT Wliii'li (vfll'lvV-ild :i>* T.oW rfi any that ca...

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. — 25 June 1880

<;<>!)? AND OiXJJR COUN'l I!Y. always i.v aUvance FIUDAY MOKNINCi, JUNE 255, 1880. NU.Ml!ELI 22 Tho ^undersigned respectfully in foims the public that he is.pr.eparcd. to du all ices. !' in the above Ujiu^u^tluvshpi^ist no^ tice and at f; Living Trii HORSESHOEING done in tho best possible m$5f^^X?.X?<?L O I also have in full operation" tny T LAN INLAND vMOULpi^Gl M i^cHiNK?f ' i vi: And .<?. . i ...i, ?i | GJUST ,p^,f(MJl a . Kork in this biiejlone without solicited. < ? july 25 II. BJG?gj n All CA tu PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in L^fiT!>y3tEio PropVi-' ? <-tor, whft is still ready and willing U> lilTorders in ?' .. - -:- ..0,-\ k..j? ? ... Of (ilfrdc?cri?lion*. .: .a Gl NUi?;US , ' "Tti*the imKHr-;ti uh-i* >x. i ; 1:1 ; At t\?? \ - : >? ? OB 'R E A 13 For Canip-McethigH or 'any,olbcr kind ol Meetings' Cam remvJWn r>M , ; rj m j Villi?! <?oo?l?* And Notions Whieh (vfll'he'sh'ld h-j I.OW ;C* any dial <*un In- lioii^lit-Mi < nati^ohjirg, ?...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 25 June 1880

P THE ORAN?E?UJfl TIMES. -^-?.?? I6SIIKI) fveky fkiday MtifcNlKp JlELLICIIAMr & K!)WAUM)S. i'roprietors. _ST1LKS K. MKhblCH AMP Kditor. Terms of Snbso-i))! ion. One Copy one Year.$1 00 41 " Six Month* . 75 Kates of Advertising. One Smmre \at fnacrtion.$1 DD 1'Mch iSu&eijutm " . 50 Xotice* inserted in Local Cctemn at 2Q<* prr lAnr. All Sxibftriptionn <md Trrtri5iVji< Advertise ment* to be paid for in Adeanec. tklf' W? arc in no way responsible for the vienil or opinion* or -?ur t'orrexpond *ntH. FOR PRESIDENT Winfleld Scott Hancock O P E> E N N R V LV A NIA VICE-PRESIDENT. -. -. ENGLISH. OF INDIANA OUR STANDARD BEARERS. GOY?R!VOIt. GEN. JOHNSON HAOOOD. IJeutanniit-GoTcrnor. GEN. J. I). KENNEDY. Secretary of State Col. R. M: Sims. Comptroller-General. James G. Coit. Attorney-General. LeRoy F. Youmaks. Sup't. of Education. Ca ft. Hugh S. Thompson. Adit, and Inspector General. A. M.tManigault. Treasurer. Cot.. J. P. RicnAKosox. FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1880. THREE CHEERS FOR...

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