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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 6 August 1880

The undersigned respectfully in fonns the public that he is prepared to do all Kind of Work L't the above line on the shortest no tice and at Living Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the )est possible manner. I also have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING; MACHINES, And GRIST MILL. All work in this lino done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public patronage is solicited. july 25 IT. RIGGS. CALL G A LL AT THE PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1S71 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing to fill orders in BREAD, ROLLS, PIES C A K K S OT all descriptions. G?NGERS By the BARlt.'CL or BOX. 'Also j3 Jl E A D For Canip-Mcelings or any other kind <>l Meetings. Just received Frcftli ('onlVoiioiiaries, Fancy Good* Ami Xotions Which will he sohl as LOW :1? any that can be bought in Orangeburg. Thankful for the past patronage of my friends and die public 1 still solicit n con tinuance of llicii' custom.* T. W- Albev&rol t i, |ltusscll Street, next door l...

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. — 6 August 1880

rjbfimmM i Ml .' THE OltANUEBUltti T1HKN. ISSUED 1 VKUY riMDAY MOllNINU MELLIC1IAM1' & EDWAKDS, Proprietors. STILUS R. MKLLICIIAM1' Editor. Terms of Sub^ei'ipt ion? One Copy one Year.Si 00 Six Month. . 75 Rates of Advertising. Onr Square \*t Insertion.SI 00 Kaeh Subsequent " .>?..>*.. ?O Notices inserted in I.neul ('alu)nn at 20c per Line. Ail Subscriptions nnd Transient Advertise incuts to be paid for in Advance. tSt&f" We an' in no way responsible for 'f.hc views or opinions o' nir Correspond ents. FOR PRESIDENT Winfielcl Scott Hancock ( )F l'KXNSVlA'AN I A VICE-PRESIDENT. W. II. KNGLiEH. < ) 1X1)1 A N A 'OUR STANDARD BEARERS. koykicxoiis. C.KN. Johnson il At: OOl). ff.ivnlo till it l-?l?) vernor. (.SKN. J. 1). KKNNKDY. Secretary of State. Coi.. IL M. Sims. I '(?inpt roller-Otfneral. James ('. < 'orr. Attorney-General. LkHoy F. Yovmaxs. Sup't. of Edticn!ion. ('apt. Hi <;ii S. Thompson*. Adjt. ami Inspector General. A. y\. MAXioAri.T. Treasurer. ( *'il,. .1. ...

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. — 6 August 1880

[ho ?rangoburj* Times Jj O C A. t, fuli out for our school notice next La [There nre several conunuuiculious en nie too Into this week to re e our attenlion ns yet. r. I'-.l. Slater left for the Westoji ?Ith instant. Look out for line it his Stahles in live days. S. Lowe and .1. II. K?hner are diluted in to-dnys issue forCoun 'onunissioners. K. W. M. Mnckey, of Charleston, seriously ill. and is supposed to lie fi :i perin:i iienl decline. r. Win. Sain left this week for AYost to purchase horses and for the I*:111 trink/. eure loading up our double liar gun for that fellow who threw :i k at us down St. Paul street the ?r dnv. .Mr. L\ (.?. (.'annon liasjusl received a lot of It iio breech loading don Id? Ibarreled gnus which be is ottering low dowii. Call and oxahiiiie tlioih. Mr. :'.n.l .Mrs. 11. Kiaiii; Sinter, mid J. < '. Like and family hu>\ e : c ed froiii the mountains si'l look fTitg hcnellled hv tlic highland air. J 'Tin- meeting of l be teachers of the rstate has opened...

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. — 6 August 1880

[Written for th? Orangeburj? Tum?.] OVEIt THE SEA. r.Y UUTII gooiu.ey. C?AIT. II. 'Wind is .the matterChristine? I have noticed your cheeks grow pule, and you seem to have wept all the brightness from your eyes. Are you grieving for (> ustavo?1 'Yes, mother, my heart is sad.' 'Foolish child,' lie has gone to seek employment, and yon will soon hear from him.' 'lie has been gone two weeks, and I have not hoard yet. 1 may never see him a'gaiu.' '('beer up ('brist in?*, the waul of youthful company makes yon nichin eboly. Your friend Kalrina, shall come ami stay with you. She shall spin in your stead, and lake walks wil h you in i he evenings.1 'There is no need lo send for Kat rim. mother, I w ould rat her be alone." ?And fret yourself to it ghost, no, Kuf rinn must come and cheer you.1 Kalrina came, with her bright eyes, and sunny smiles. She was too light hearted, and free from care, to be gloomy, and she would no! allow those around her to mope. 'Come ( nr. tine.1 she said, 'let ...

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. — 13 August 1880

The undersigned respectfully in founs llic public I hat he is prepared to do nil Kind of Worlt in the above line on the shortest no tice und at Iaivin?? Prices. HORSESHOEING; dune in the liest possible inauuer. I also have in full Operation toy PLANING AN I) MOULDING; MAC IHNES, And GRIST MILL. All work in this lino done without ilehiv und on reasonable tonn??. A share ui the public putrnimtrr is solicited. July 25 II. IGOOS. C ALL C A LL AT Tili? PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1 S7 1 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing lo tlill orders in BRKAl), H'ni !/>>, Pi KS c. a k i: Of nil descriptions. (iCN(?EIlS llv the ISA UK";I. or l!< >X. "Also 13 i v? K A 1 ) I'or fa in |e Meet bigs or any other hind i?! Meetings. ?T 'jst rceci veil |T rexll \ 'on l\%vi ion:irii*s, FaiM'y <?'uuN Aiid A .rli. "\> hh Ii will Ik- sold a? l.tlW as any thai can "he ImhiuIii in I Iraii^ebmg. Thankful fur die |?asi patronage of my friend* and ".be public I -(ill solicit a in?n ...

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. — 13 August 1880

11113 OllANUElSUltti TIMES. iesuui) fvert Fridat moumn? 11BLLIGUAS1P& BDWAUDS, Proprietors, stiles H. mellich AMP Bditor. Tri nis of Subscription* One Copy one Year.St OQ " " Six Mon'k. 7n Kntcs of Advertising. Oiis Square I?/ TiiSerhoU.SI 00 Each Subsequent ". 50 Notices inserted in Local (Yilunin at '20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be paid Jot in Advance' jJS?y" A\'c arc in no way responsible for tlic views or opinions o' anr C?ifrcspond rnt*. FOR PRESIDENT Winfleld Scott Hancock OF P'K^XSYLVANIA | VICE-PRESIDENT. W. II. ENGLISH. OF INDIANA OUR STANDARD BEARERS, GOV?KNOIt. GEN. JOHNSON I1AG?OD. fjlcutbniiiit-Oovcrnor. GEN. J. 1). KENNEDY. Secretary of State. Cor.. R. RI. Sims. Comptroller-General. j a mks (!. ( Dir. Attorney-General. ?eRoy V. Yo?mans. Sup't. of Education, f an1. Hugh S. Thompson. Adjt. and Inspector General. A. RI. RIamoaui.t. Treasurer. Col. J. I*. RiciiAitnsoN. FRIDAY; AUGUST 1i?S?. the" duel. The participants h\ the < 'as...

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. — 13 August 1880

The Oraii^eTmi LT Times Convention on the 25th The hgony will soon be over. Soo advertisement of hnotcs and land papers lost. ' Hon. J. W, MbSelhy withdraws his card as candidate for Sheriff on ac count of his had health. hdislo is booming, the rhin con tin ties, and fishing canes arc, for the time being, having n "short rent.'' Our thanks arc tendered W.. C. Hives, Ksq., of Kowesville, Tor North ern papers. They have bech read, digested und enjoywd. Next! A" regular tbW'Ocntion ol* Kutclca Chapter No. 18 R. A. M; \vi 11 be held August IS, 1880. P. M. degree wilbj bo conferred. The complexion is often destroyed by worms. It can he restored by taking Sit ri tier's Indian Vermifuge. Only 2fi ets a bottle. The regularly quarterly meeting of the Orangehurg Agricultural Society will be held at the Fair liuildillg oil Saturday, August 1 lib. 1880, at! II o'clock A. M. We are informed that Mr, d. V. "Way has picked out, ami on last Fri day, ginned a hah- of new cotton. This is the lirst th...

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. — 13 August 1880

rWiilten f<>: tin: Orangcburg Tjmis.] OVER THE SKA. r.v itl'Tli <iodi>l.i:i. < 'IIAPT. II). *.My arm is well now, I must be idle no longer. J will lmver earn the thousand t haters, whtofi l$Yrt requir ??il to have, it' I t'eiltnin hero. These weeks luive passed so pleasantly, it will Ik! bard lor me to tear myself away." ?I cannot let you go just now, Gus tave, you are not quite st rong enough.1 You know not bow sad I am, when you are away.' *1 will he stMTA' to UstVt* j'Oll, but it must bp so; perhaps I innV go nest tveok.' "Will yoti promise liio never to at tempt Ith?* capture of tbe robber Chief a^ain ?' "I will not for the present, but it circumstances should throw him in my way, 1 do not know what I may do. 1 will not attempt it with so few again.1 'Whore do you think you w ill go next ?' ?To America.' 'Oh! no, von surely will not go ho far!' 'Yes, 1 have made up my mind, and I will go. You must not grieve ( hristiue' 'How can I help itY ?You must be courageous ...

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. — 20 August 1880

Carriage Factory, The undersigned respectfully In forma the public that he is prepared to do all Kind of Work in the above line on the shortest no tice and at Living Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the best possible manner. J 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 oi the pu bite'patronage is solicited. july 25 II. RIGGS. CALL CALL AT THE PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1871 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing In till orders in BREAD, ROLLS, PIES G A IC E S Of all dcscrlpthwiSi GUN (iE IIS Hv the DAKIIKIj or !H>X. "Also b r :e a 1> l'or Ca nip-Meetings or any oilier kind <>l Meetings. Just received l?'re!*li ('onfeelionilries, i-'aiiey <?oo<ls Aud .\,?tioiis Which will be sold a* LOW as any lliat can be bought in t Tftmgehnrg. Thankful for the past patronage of my friends and the public I -till solicit a eon limiancc of theii" custoin.* T. ...

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. — 20 August 1880

THE OKA NU Ell UK <jl TIM KS. ISSUICD EVEltY i imi'AY MOUKING y.KhblCIIAMP & KDWAKDS, Proprietors. STILUS K. MliLICH.UII1 Editor. Terms of Subscription One Copy otic Year.Si 00 " " .SVj- Monti:.- . 7? Kates of Advertising. One Square 1st Insert ion.?1 00 Koch Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in Locul Column ut ~0e per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be. paid far in Advance. ?v.'.y" We are in no way responsible for the views or opinions of riir Correspond t n(s. FOR PRESIDENT Winfleld Scott Hancock Oi? I'llNNSY] , VAN I A VICE-PRESIDENT. W. II. ENGLISH. OK IN I >1 AN A OUR STANDARD EEARERS. <5?<t>V EKXOlt. GKN. .10 UN SON IIAOOOD. f,icutciiaiit-fjl<tv<>riioi*. GKN. A. I). KKNNKDY. Secretary of State. < '<.!.. II. M. SlMS. . ( oinpl rollor-t Iioieral. .1 amks ('. < oi r. A11 drney (Schern 1. LkKov K. Yocmaxs. Kup'fc. of Education. ('ait. ITiji".ii S. Thompson. Adjt. and Inspector General. A. M. ManioAin/r. Treasurer. Col,...

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. — 20 August 1880

Tho Ornn^bin'^ Times X, ?~C A. W The rain have ceased and the sun now comes down with n vengeance. The. K nights of Honor meet Mon day evening. *-??. ??-tum '- ? Whv is Dr. Tanner like Noah? Beenusn he lived on water lorty days. - mm ? mm ? Maj. T. 1>. W ha ley declines to en ter the race for Senator as will he seen from his card in Huh issue. lion u fort County is called the Africa of South OuVoliiut. Popula tion, white I.noo, colored 215,00. Ornngeburg has more eliurelies, lodges ?'ntie. babies Hum any other town of its (size in the State. Could'nl Council do something for the town at the tan ner of 1> rough ton and Amelia streets*:1 Knsiest way to settle the IVictor'i hill. Pay for the medicine and re turn the visits. Mr. Geo. II. ('ornelson is erecting buildings on the lot purchased from Mr. Slater, for the accommodation of his factory hands. The fojlowing merchants have gone North to purchase fall goods: Messrs .1 (I Pike. T Hohn. II Kohn. X A Hull, I). Louis and. PW Hull...

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. — 20 August 1880

FOK I1AU3IOM' IN THE l*AKTY. I sj'nuruutn y anal regular TJeihoernts | foi<?' r' - ', ? ' . i , , . .11 ii I .t i ; ii! tote tor idled support Uli" ('on ... . .jIik m und As^euildyineu pro posed. / ? . i T!ie Kwt.uii\e Committee of the Democratic^ State Committee uiui in the Si Jaincs Hotel yesterday after noon. VVtUiani A. Fowler qi; Kings ('ouuty, ku?i.'?aii'uutui und David 15. Hill of ^luqimitig, Lester l>. Ftjidknor of Livingston, Daniel Manning ol' Albany, IC. K. Apii'nr of Tom pins. William IC. Smith ol'Clinton, .lohn O'Brien of pijtohe.ss. ilulnut t). Thompson Ui( New Yuri;. William F. .M?ller. Pf I Winchester. ( f. Ilrown <>)' ( Mollige were in altemlauee. ?lohn l'o\ of New York wasrepre aettteil by ('ol. Michael C. Murphy, GeorgeVechtel of Richmond l?v ICd ward' A. .Moore, und W illiam A. I.'oueherol' Uswygo hy \V. W. Henry. Charles W. McCtine of ICrie ahd Thomas Brown, .1 r.. of.Monroe wen1 absent. Immediately after Hie call of tin* roll I he committee received...

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. — 27 August 1880

The undersigned respectfully in forms ilie public that be is prepared to* do all Kind of Work in the above line on the ?holtest no tice and at Living Prices. HOltSESHOEING done in the best possible manner. I also have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING* MA CHIN LS, And G It 1ST MILL. All work in this line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share ot the public patronage is solicited. july 25 IL 1UGGS. CALL CALL AT THIS PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1S71 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing tu till orders in ?READ, HOLLS, IM KS . O A K K S Of nil descriptions. GUNGE 15S l?v the ItAKK'tfi or UO.X. "Also 13 u is a n Fur Camp-Meetings or any oilier kiml <>! M ceiiugs. J'.ist received I^resli ('oiifeol ioimrioHf Fmiey (iiotMltt AikI .\olioiis Which will be nold aj h')W ;i- any dial can be l?tiii**lil in Ornnguhurg. Thankful for the |i:isi patronage of my friends and '.he public I -till solicit :i con tinuance of their rUfl.iiu.* T. \V? AllHM-gol I i....

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. — 27 August 1880

THE ORANGEBURG TIMES. I88UKD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING MKLIilCIIAMI' & KDWAKDS. 1'roprietors. STICKS 11. MKLIilCIIAMP Kditor. Terms of Subscript ion. One Copy one Year.$1 0(1 " " Sir Mnn'/,? . 75 Rates oT Advertising. On* Square 1st Insertion.SI 00 Each Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in Local Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ment* to be paid for in Advanre. t&f We arc in no way responsible tor the vicvtH or opinions <>? mit Correspond flit*. FOR PRESIDENT- ' Winfield Scott Hancock OF PENNSYLVANIA VICE-PRESIDENT. W. II. ENGLISH. OF INDIANA OUR STANDARD BEARERS. GOVERNOR. GEN. JOHNSON HAGOOD. fjcnf eimiit-CJovernor. GEN. .T. I). KENNEDY. Secretary of State. ( oi.. R. M. Sims. ('omptrollor-Gunernl. james .('. ( *hit. Attorney-General. LkRoy F. Vopmass. Sup't. of Education. C\i-r. Iliron S. Thompson. Ailjt. ami Inspector General. A. M. Mamuaitt. Treasurer. X 'ol,. J. P. RlCH akoson. FRIDAY, AUfT?ST 27, isso. THE COUNT! DEMOCRATIC (OX>EN T...

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. — 27 August 1880

Tlio Orangeburg Times L O C A. 1^ FORT MOTTE AND IT'S SURROUND IXUS. Wc hail the pleasure of a visit, on last Friday, to this historic place, with a view to a ride ever the crops in this noted rod < lay region. It's ancient traditions and reminiscences, which would make a volume in them selves at once Interesting and profita ble wc cannot touch upon now. hut must leave for some future season. We were met althedepot by (apt. Tre/.cvanl, who took us to his pleas ant home for <he night. The next morning, after an early breakfast, we mounted our steeds and commenced the proposed survey of the fields. 'The first crops examined were those on ('apt. Tre/.evant's planta tion. His son, Mr. 1). H.Trczevant, has a most excellent crop of cotton, heavily fruited and well developed in the weed. The condition of this crop, both cotton and corn, shows him to be a careful, thorough and practical fanner. Besides this crop, there are. on the .??aine plantation. excellent crops planted by a numbe...

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. — 27 August 1880

[Wiitlen for the Orimgcburg Timi-.s.J OVER THE SKA. BY KUT1J Cimlil.KV, ( Mr.mm-. IV. ?Another liionth, und in? letter from (i list a \?'! He is trilling with you ('lirisl ine, nntl you must give, him up.' 'Give ii}) Gustavo! W liy father, it would break my heuit. Von know, he has I men in Minnesota, the lust year; that makes him Iurther oil': and his letters are longer in reaching us. 1 nni certain he has written, hut I have not received his letters.' 'You have waited long enough. I am getting old, and want to see you com tort ably set t led.' 'You are not fifty five yet father, and 1 do not consider you an old man. 1 am only twenty-two, quite young enough to wait eight or ten years longer-, and 1 assure you, 1 will wait the remainder of my life, rather than marry any other, than Gustave, [lere comes niot her. I will speak to her. Think you mother, that father would he treating Gustave right, if he insisted on my giving him up:' 'You have never been betrothed, my child ' 'Hut we lo...

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. — 3 September 1880

VGVA Ja da WW Wwi y > The undersigned respectfully in fotins the public t hut he is prepared to do nil Kind of Work in the above line on the shortest no tice and at living Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the liest possible manner. ? I also have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING; MACII INKS, And GRIST MILL. All work in this lino done without -delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public patronage: is solici ted. july 25 II. 1UGC.S. CALL CALL AT Til 13 PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1871 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing tu fill orders ill BltEAI), ROLLS, PIES C A K K S ?Of all descriptions. GUNGEU8 SBy the HAUR>:L or l!<>X. "Also 33 r k a 1 ) ?For Camp-Meetings or any oilier kind oi Meetings. Just received JTi'i'Hli t'onlectiouacios. Fancy <?oo<3* And Xoti'.slltt 'Which will be sohl as LOW as any that can the bought in Ornngchurg. Thankful for the past patronage of my 'friends ami die public I .-till sulicil a eon itiuuaiiee of their cu...

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. — 3 September 1880

THE 011AKGE1SURG TIME. I88UED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING MKLLiCllAMP & EDWAUDSi l'nqn ielnrs. SULKS 15. MEIiIilOHAMl' Kilitnr. Terms ol' Suliseripl ion.. One Copy vnv Year.$1 00 '? "' Six Month.- . 7") Kates of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.SI 00 Each Subsequent " . 00 Notices inserted in Load Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise tncnts to be paid foe in Advance. t&~ Wo .ire in no way responsible (or the views or opinions o' aur Correspond nils. FOR PRESIDENT Wbfield Scott Hancock O F P K N N S Y LY A N1A VICE-PRESIDENT. W. II. ENGLISH. Ol-' INJ )IANA OUR STANDARD BEARERS. novfiitrSOH. GEN. JOHNSON IIAGOOD. JTJciHciijiiit-Govcritor. GEN. J. i). KENNEDY. Secretary of State. Coi.. R. M. Sims. < 'omptmller-t Seneral. .1 am i:s ('. ('err. Attorney-General. LkRoY F. YolMANS. Suj)'t. ol' Kiln eat ion. Oapt. Mrun S. Thompson. Adjt. and Inspector General. A. AI. M anigal'i.t. Treasurer. ( 'ol,. J. 1'. RlCII akoson. FRI PA Y, SEPTEM RKK :i, 1880. "ou...

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. — 3 September 1880

l^bo Orangeburg Time LOCAL Strauss & Co. haven now hell at their mills. Miss Evan's School, to which we called attention in our last, com mences on Monday; We have received the miuutesofi the Press Association. The puinph let is neat and creditable. P. G. Canuou has just got in u lot of goods in his line. (Jive him :i call and he will be sure to please you. Mr. R. Prank Slater bus gone to Cincinnati and will return in about two weeks. Monday, October 11th, is Orange burg's big day for the Democratic speakers as arranged by the Stale Executive Commi ttee. The night train on Wednesday was delayed au hour at Kingsvillc in con sequence of the truck of the engine giving out. The Governor lias appiontcd the following Commissioners of Election for Orangeburg: R. Frank Slater, T. C. Albcrgotti and Paul E Govun. ? mm ? mm* Rev. William Martin, of Columbia, will preach at White House Church at 11 o'clock A. M. on the second Sunday <>f this mouth. Rend .Joseph Eros' change <>f ...

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. — 3 September 1880

THE "N1GUER" AM) THE HEPUHLI* CAN PARTY. The Li* in ni'.s Scu(hn:l is theMorgan ot*the Republican parly in Iowa. It. thus dcliucs i he relnlToiiH hut ween i In "nigger" and the Republican pari : "The nigger, The uverhi.stiiig nigger is a. ?he front again I k'inundiiig ollicc. Tlie nigger's highest idea of civil Hburly, is To have an ollicc. Tlie nigger's eternal chatter is to get. Protection from the Government, Bounties from the Government, fend Ollicc from the Government. It, is about time he was given to Understand That he "was created by the Repub It can party, That he is expected To earn his own bread and butler, and That it. is his duty To vote for tin: candidates of t he Republican party.*' Remember colored men, the above is taken from a Northern Republican paper, and is what your Republican friends at the North have to say. They want your vote, hut don't want von in ofllcc. Can't von sec through it? POLITICAL CAPITAL. Wo regret exceedingly the injudi ciotts speech id" Wade H...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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