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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 2 July 1874

ORAWGEB?BB TIMES. G. W. WHITEHEAD, Editor and Proprietor. ORANGEBURO, S. C, JULY 2, 1874,^ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oii? Copy for one year, - S2.00 M ?? ?. Six Months, - - - 1.00 Our friends wishing to have advertisements Inserted in the TIMES, must hand them in by Monday morning, 10 o'clock. }yrs are in v.q way responsible for the vievts or opinions of our Correspondents. REFORM! REFORM I Our radical exchanges teem with virtuous promises ol reform ; That is a catch word, and should read with a stress on the first syllabic, he form to plunder again. It has been reform for the past six years, and the grab was bigger each time. Judging by the past if the radicals have another reform they will leave nothing behind but the 'savor of their virtuous deeds.' A shepherd can afford to lay claims to a lamb without suspicion ; but when a wolf prowls around, his reputation stands against him. Reform by study ing and practising the decalogue; then raise whatever cry you will, it may excite some at...

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. — 2 July 1874

LOCAL ITEMS. ORANGEBURG, S. C JULY 2, 1874. Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized to .-ollcct and receipt for advertisements and ??b criptionsto tb? Timm. TOWN DIRECTORY. Mayor?Joab W. Moscley. Clerk?T. D. Wolfe. Treasurer?B. Williamson. Aldormen?Henry Washington, J. P. Ilarley, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe. Church Services. Baptist Churchy-Services first Sunday even J ing and tho second and fourth Sundays, morning and evening. Rev. A. P. Norris, I'astor. PreBbyterian Church?Services at 11 A. M., and 4 P. M?Sabbath School at 9J A. M.?Pray?r meeting Thursday afternoon ?t 4 o'clock, lev. J. I). A. Brown, Evangelist Clwirch of the Redeemer (Episcopal)?1st and 3d Sundays. Serves at 11 A. M., and 4 I\ M. Sabbath School 9J A. M, Methodist Churcli?Services at 11 A. M. and P. M. SabbaUi School at 9 A.M.? l\ev. J. il. Campbell, Paster. Lutheran Church?Sabbath School at 9 A. J. G, Vose. Superintendent. ?rangeburg Mail Arrangement. Northern, Western and Closes. Charleston ...... 11A.M. Columbia.. .11?...

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. — 2 July 1874

CURIOUS AND SCIENTIFIC. Cure fob OATAimn.?According to .Hamilton, the severest oatarrhal cold can be removed in about ten hours by n mixture of carbolic aoid, ten drops ; tincture of iodine and chloroform, each seven and one-half drops. A few drops of the mixture ehould be heated over a spirit lamp, in a teBt tube, the mouth of whioh should be applied to the nos trils as soon aa volatilization is effected. The operation should be effected in about two minutes," when, after the pa tient sneezes a number of times, the troubloBomo symptoms rapidly disap pear. ; < . i i; Filing * Hahosaws.?In filing hand saws thatT are intended to out enTy one way, tho majority, of mechanics file to ward the handle^Tvhioh leaves tbe> teeth with more bevel on the back than on the front, which is canned by the taper of the file. A few porsons file their saws toward the point, which gives more bev el to the front or outting side of tho teeth. Some think that the back side of the teeth should be filed...

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. — 9 July 1874

Sie #r?ptatf g fines,:: -A_n Independent Paper Devoted to tlie Interests of the People. _;_:_'_;_ if tiL VOLUME III. ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLIN^, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1874. NUMBER 22? ? ? ' - _ THE BONG OF THE UNIVERSAL. BY WAI/T ?WHITMAK. - ? ? ?\ Comp, n&id tho MitBe, Sing me a sour no poet yet ban chantod: Slug mo the Universal. lu thin broad earth of ours, Amid tbe measureless grossuoes nud tho slag, EnoloBed and safe within Us central heart, Ncatlcss tbe seed Ferfoction? By every 1 ifo a sbaro, or more or loss, None born but it 1b born?couceal'd or uncoucoal'd, 1 tho seed is waiting. it. Lo J keeu-?ycd. towering Science 1 As from tall peaks tbe Modern overlooking, Successive, absolute flats issuing. Tot again, lo I tho Son 1?above all science; Vor it, has History gathor'd liko husks arouud tho globe;, For it, tbe entire star-myriads roll through tho Bky, In f piral roads, by long detour.', < Am a muoh-lacklng ship upon tho sea.) For it, tho partial to tho permanent flowing, ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 9 July 1874

0R?KGEBU11G TIMES. G* W. WHITEHEAD, Editor nnd Proprietor. ORAN?RBUU?, S. C, JULY 0, 1874. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy for one year, " ?2.00 " " Six 3/bni??i - - - LOO Our friend* wishing to have advertisements innerted in the TIMES, must hand them in by Monday morning, 10 o'clock. b?u 1tr< <"'c in 1,0 rc*fconHiiilc for (he riete? or opinions of our Correspondents. WHAT ISA TAX UMON. Not a democratic secret longuo ; Not n ku klux organization ; Not a Bour boa sorehead redivivus. It is a n umber of oppressed, robb.d and helpless" peo ple, trying to combine that they may devise some means within the purview of law to arrest and scatter, or lock up if possiblo several hundred official thieves, who have plundered tho State under the guiso of "your friends." It is patent that every man white nnd colored, has felt and seen the effect of this strap game, nnd every citizen white nnd colored who desires to be honest, to live honest," and to put down ras cality, isnnvitcd to join th...

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. — 9 July 1874

LOCAL ITEMS. ^AttGEBURG, S. C JULY 9, 1874. Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized to -olkct and receipt for advertisements and ??b erlptionn to the Time?. TOWN DIRECTORY. - Major?Joab W. Moseley. C1wk~T. D. Wolfe. Treasurei?B. Williamson. Aldermen?Henry Washington, J.' P. H?rt?y, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe. Church Services. Baptist Church?Service* first Sunday even ?ng ar>4 the second and fourth Sundays, morning Biid evening. Rev. A. P. Norris, Pastor. rresbyterian Church?Services at IIA. M., and 4 P. M?Sabbath School at 9} A. M.?Prayer meeting Thursday afternoon at 5 o'clock. Rev. J. D. A. Brown, Evangelist Church of tho Redeemer (Episcopal)?1st and Sd Sunday?. Serves at 11 A. M., and 4 P. M. v 8abfeath School 0* A. M. Methodist Chtircli?Services at 11 A. M. ?ad 7} P. M. Sabbath School at 9 A.M. JUt. J. B. Campbell,.Pouter. Lutherah Church? Sabbath School at 9 A. M., i.Q. Vosc. Superintendent. Orangebarg Mail Arrangement. Kcrthem, Westernand Closes. .Charleston. 11 A.M. Columbia. 1 P....

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 9 July 1874

CURIOUS AND SOIENTIFIO. A Long Rope.? W?at io believed to bo the longest rope in tho . world baa i beim recently on view at Messrs. Frost's walk, Shad well, England. It is a grap nel rope, 10,000 fathoms long, without a splice, and has beeu made for the Siemens telegraph company. It in made of three strandB, the diameter of the completed rope being two inohes. Toe Season in Europe.?-The spring or summer season opened with unusual ly hot weather in Europe, but soon af terward sevore cold seems to have set in. Tho sudden ohange is accounted .lor., by M. Do Fonvielle, a French sa vant, by the fact that the earth is pass ing behind a ring of asteroids, which absorb a portion of the sun's warmth, due to us. while it remains above the horizon. The temperature will not re sume i s ascensional movement until the annual rotation shall have carried our sphere from the shadow of the mul titude of small planets which iB always projeotod on the same point of onr orb. Gulp Stream Soundings.?It ap...

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. — 16 July 1874

3P& sc^escp-.T ?tili M .}^tO ! tvibfihr / ?r*T ? Wtm i>n rid*KW" ? ? ?~?~ VOLUME III. -?'-; -f V* 1 .A.n. Independent Paper Devoted t<3P tihe^Infer?st?* ?S? tW^FfifipJ^w-.A ORANGEB?RG, SOUTH CAROI^SC" TljJR^Af,^LY ^.1874;; ,^ NUMBER 23r>^ '0i v/rttfioai A PBECIOUB SEEING. ? weary of snow ami fire, Of frost bu window and ico on troc, I can show you sumnior until you tire; Como?look behindyon avrhllo and ?oo; Whv, hero is the nest in our old bent brier, Whcro the brpWh bird Mcdgg tJflT JQf ]j Ah I hero is tho brown bird, just as shy, KtA In tho Jittlts leaves with bor.warm wings down, ' On'tho \?co white eggs, that, byo and bye, '.. V' ?' Will chsngo into other birds as brown If you go too near you will make her fly, And that may make mo frown. , . , And hefo 1? the flower you must not touch?. Tho first .that bloomed iu our gross, you know. Your imt'erfile.', fook 1?woro.thoro ever such7? Wild with tho mtn thoy glitter and go. And hero are the lambB you loved so much ? fl...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 16 July 1874

0BA1NGEBURG ?IMES." W. WHITE HE A J>, ??OE aid Proprietor. ORASBSBtfRO,SvC, JULY 10,1874. _. - - . , , ?. _ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: On* Copy-for-one-year;. - - "r $2.00' M ?? " 5? ilfonr/is, - - - 11.00 Our friends wishing to hawrntVcrtiHemenU hmrtedl i& the TIMES, must hand thctu in tty Monday morning, 10 o'clock. KSu We are in no sray responsible for (he views or opinions of our Correspondents. THE CAMPAIGN. ft 13 generally admitted that the fall ?lections will be hotly contested by the the party in power. To them it is not the question of political interest, it is purely individual and collective gaiu to all who wear the badge of radical office. The dupes who raise them up are not a whit better off, on the con trary they are indirectly heavy losers, being obliged to bear their portion of the cost of such rule. All hinds of argument, specious and rigmarole will be used to induce them just once more to reinstate the party; Any erroneous impression will be thrown upon the Taxp...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 16 July 1874

(ORJLHGE&?RG, S. C. JULY ?6, r[874. ? taW Mr/Simc^OBtmoK'is authorized <^-^T.T>. Wolfe. Treasarct?B. WHTiami-on. Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. P. ?aarlay,"B.?WiUiamnon, T. p. Wolfe. ?* ?'. ? '. ' ? ftt^?atChurcri^Strvicoo first Sunday even fing snd the second and fourth Sundays, qnoraiug end evening. Rev. A. P. Norri", Presbyterian Church*?Services at IIA. SI., and 4 P. M?Sabbath School at 9J JA. "M.?Prayay^ncetmgTliurGdaY afternoon rat?o'ctock. ftav. J. P.A. Brown, Evangelist Church of the Redeemer (Episcopal)?1st tend 3d Sunday-*. Serve* at 11 A. M., and 4 ?P.M. Sabbath School 9} A. M. . Methe^'t^itd,--8*mccr.atll A. M. 7'4 fMi] ?Wwth Scrroel *at * A.M.? (Rar. J. B. Campion, Pajrtor. fraigeBirg Hail Avtaitgernont. Kerthern, Weettrn imfl Close*. Charlwton ...... 11 A. M. Columbia. 1 P. M. Office hours from 7 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sun ?daya axecptrd. W. E, WILLIAMS, P. M. Scott is out for reform, verily there i? reason for the comet. Chicago is burning, fire beyond ?control. Th...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 16 July 1874

CURIOUS AN? SOIfiNTIFI?T" Circular Saw?;?Tho smallest cir cular Haws iu uBe ore. those employed in the manufacture of gold-pens, and are & half-inch in diameter./ It : is maid that some cf tho sarcophagi of axieient Egypt bear the marka .of having been hollowed out with tools of the crown or oylinder saw order. Squirrels in a Hollow Thru.?A correspondent of Hardwick's Scienoo Gossip states that a hollow tree was cut down iu Kent, last February, when out tumbled upwards oft thirty sguirr^, most of which were dormant or in a' state of semi-sleep. On being roused, th'ey~d?peraed to various parts of tho oopse. They had stored a largo stook of nuts in the hollow. It iB common to find squirrels thus stowed a Way for the winter, bnt not often in such numbers together._ ???*.? ?iSUv?! Alloy Resembling Steel.?-An al loy with the properties of steel may be lormed, according to a French patont, by fusing together iron, tungsten and nickel, in a crucible, by the aid of a flux prepured by me...

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. — 23 July 1874

VOLUME III. A.n. Inxlepencierit Paper Devoted to the Interests of* the People. ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1874. NUMBER 24. THE EARLY BIRD. Daintily over tho dew-wet grass Tripped blue-eyed Mllly, tho farmer's lass, Swinging b,er mllkpail to aud fro, As huo murmured a lovo-eoug, soft and low. Many a snttor Mllly hnd, From tbo ?qutre'a sou to tbo hordruan's lad; Dut Bho smiled on all with a merry glanco And gavo each wcoer an equal chance. Now faithful Dnnald. tho herdsman's lad, Tiie moro ho loved lior tho moro was sad; ?'K?r what with tho squlro's son." thought he, " Bho never will turn a thftught to m?l" Dut down in the meadow ho raked the bay, When Mllly wont Hinging along that way. Ho watched her pas*, and she cried, in Jort: ?'4 Tis tho early bird * ?you know tho rest S " Then suddenly Donald grow so bold That tho " old. old Btory " was quickly told; And bln?-eycd'MiUy was notbiug loth On that summer's mornng to plight her troth, *' Oh I foolish Donald 1" Bho...

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. — 23 July 1874

An Independent Paper Devoted to tlie Interests of* the People. NUMBER 24. THE EARLY BIRD. Daintily ovor tbo dow-wct grass "Tripped blue-eyed Mllly, tho farmer's lass, Swinging hor mllknall to aud fro, As she-murmured n lovo-soug, soft and low. Many a suitor Mllly had, From tho ?qulre's son to the hordman s lad; But she smiled on all with a merry glanco And gavo each wooer an equal chance. Now faithful Donald, tho herdsman's lad, Tile mpro ho lovod her tho moro was sad; "For what with tho equlroVson,'* thought he, 44 8ho nefor Will turn a thought to mo 1" , But down in the meadow ho raked tho hay, When Mllly wout singing along that way. no watched her pas*, and sho cried, in .]<??t: "4 Tis tho early bird '?you know the rest I" Then suddenly Donuld grow so bold That tho 14 old. old story " was quickly told; And bln?--oyed Mllly wno notbiug loth On that summer's mnrn ng to plight her troth, ?* Oh ! foolish Donald 1" sho criod, in gloe, 14 To wait so long for n hint trom mo !" Thon m...

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. — 23 July 1874

OB ANGEBURG TIM ES G. W. WHITEHEAD, Editor and Proprietor. OltANGEUURG, S. G., JULY 23,1874. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy for one year, - - - $2.00 " " " Six Months; - ? - 1.00 * Our friends wishing to have nd vertiBcmenta inserted in the 2TMES, must hand them in by Monday morning, 10 o'clock. ? B?3X., TV* are in no %cuy responsible for the iievt or opinions of our Correspondents. THE TAX UNION. Whatever ruuy be the speculations of persons relative to the Tax Unions, and their excuses for not lending a helping hand, will not justify the shame and culpability thnt will rest on each and nil, who refuse to aid a cause look ing direct and only to the check of misrule and peculation. All favored the taxpayer's convention; nil watched the able efforts of their committee that went to Washington to plead for fed . eral interference; and any who rev iled the effort, were indulging in a morbid wish to defeat the liberties of their brethren and add a new chain to ... ,| their nlrendy enfett...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 23 July 1874

Local items. ?RANGEBURG, S. C. JULY 23, 1874. 4?"" Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorize*! to .-oiled and receipt for advertisements and sub .criptionB to tho Times. TOWN DIRECTORY. Mayor?Joab W. Moselcy. Clerk?T, D. Wolfe. Treasurei?B. Williamson. Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. P. llnrlcy, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe. Church Services. Baptist Church?Services first Sunday even ing and tho second and fourth Sundays, morning and evening. Rev. A. P. Norris, Pastor. Presbyterloh Church*?Services at 11 A. M.j and 4 P. M?Sabbath School at 9} A. M.?Pray<te meeting Thursday afternoon at 5 o'clock. Rev. J. P.A. "Brown, Evangelist Church of the Redeemer (Episcopal)?1st and 3d Sundays. Serves at 11 A. M., and 4 P. M. Sabbath School 9J A. M. Methodist Church?Services at 11 A." M. and 7J P. M. Sabbath School at 9 A.M.? Rev. J. B. Campbell, Pnstor. - Lutheran Church?Snbbath School at 9 A. M;, J.Q.Vose. Superintendent. Ornngobnrg Mail Arrangement. Northern, Western and Closes. Charleston. 11 A. M. Colum...

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. — 23 July 1874

Local items, ORANGEBURG, S..C.JULY 23, 1874 Mr. Kirk Robinson, is authorized to :ollect and receipt for advertisements and sub.criptions to tho-Times. TOWN DIRECTORY. Mayor?Joab W. Mosel ey. Clerk?T. D. Wolfe. Treasurci?B. 'Williamson. Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. P. Hurley, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe. Church Services. Baptist Church?Services flrstSuntlay even Ing and tho second nnd fourth Sundays, morning and evening. Rev. A. P. Norria, Pastor. Presbyterian Church*?Services at 11 A. M.) and 4 P- M?Sabbath School at 9J A. M.?Froyw meeting Thursday afternoon ?t?o'clock. Rcv.J. D. A.Brown, Evangelist Church of the Redeemer (Episcopal)?1st nnd .Id Sundays. Servcsntll A. M., and 4 P. M. Sabbath School 9j A. M. Methodist Church?Services at 11 A.' M. and 7J P- M. Sabbath School at 9 A.M.? Rev. J. B. Campbell, Pastor. _ T.uth?r*? n?^rCh_SRbbath School at t A. M., J.G. Vose. Superintendent. Ornngohnrg Mail Arrangement. Northern, Western and Closes. Charleston. 11 A. M. Columbia. 1 P. M. Of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 23 July 1874

house! farm and garden. A Remedy Fon Looseness.?In a case at looseness of the hovels, in a horse we would give half an ounoo of prepared ohalk aud half an ounoe of ground gin ger in the feed once a day. As indiges tion ia probably the cause, the feed should be ruefully selected, and what grain is given, should be ground. An ounce of salt should also bo given in the feed daily. Rye as Gheen and Dry Fodder.? An exdoango gives in -its experience in using rye as a green summer feed, and pronounoes it as excellent feed if out tVUSU'UUIUlllg fdto car.' This has been used batlfefor horses and cows.. The jonrn^ajdsj: ^|To feed rye that has been out ripe,"wo would thresh it, grind the grain along with corn or oats, out tho straw in a fodder-putter, moisten it with water, sprinkle, a handful of salt and three-quarters ?f the ground feed upon a largo pailful of tho moist out straw. This makes a very good feed for an ordinary sized horse when work ing moderately." Bots.?Bots are "the larvro of ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 30 July 1874

sttt TH3?T mm _?i?a. OVtlMTOaO ? ' i < ^>^^t ^e^ote* *? the Ihterest? or *e People. fi?i i til b<5 ? I tto.? rjo'j VOLUME III Ar% ? ?^pOBA?gpURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, JULY 30^ 1874, NUMBER 25. Boforo tho ancient throne, of night; i.l>?ilr.^aM>efeittlr??lirto Unou tUo outer height. Whc-ro falntlnff fragrauce rolls along ; ill fi'v Alilnl tltat wstbloB in his dream; ; Bomo ?hi IU of .broken Bong.. _ j Orcst round drooping for tho ?ow Axouiui ub in tho perfect gloor A.m!,,m we wait, far off and IqW ICht) distant breaker - - A'i! tmonirall deliclc. "(Jlvo mo this hour's iuystcrlotm swoou ; Enchanted Bonn, euchauto4 buHb, Anil Juuu without a moon 1 KATIE^N&.'Txi^ MYTH.1 The sensation for sorno time sinoo in London hog beon tho " Katie King" al luded'to as'"'the spirit test that convinced Mr.. Wallaoc,..<t\\o.nftturali.8t,.,.Hov> spirit I came to rov.'sii the glimpses of r, twi ^sf^iy^fi%f$3i'Hfla^^i<a9.4 2 K ' ";"ii^;tu? persons in England pos c Wediuuiis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 30 July 1874

0>AH CBBIBa TIM is/ 6? w. WHITEHfEAI>, Editor nad Proprietor. ?RANGEBUR0, 8. ?^-IUfc? M, IS74. TERMS CP SUBSCRIPTION:. On? 0>pj/ /br one yeer, ... $2.00 M ?? Si* Months, - - - 1.00 Our friends v. i piling to have ad vert i so merit"! Inserted in the TIMES, must hand them in l>y Monday morning, 10 o'clock. Sf3&. W? ore in no tray r**poiut6fc /or {Ac rtnra or opintont of our Correspondents. i. I.1 '1 1 ! GENERAL KERSHAW The name of this distinguished offi cer, and gentleman is largely suggested at Columbia foi the Governorship; As to capacity, and requisite endowments for such a position none can for .an instant doubt, and wo would rejoice if the shadow of a hope was in his favor. But that is useless; General Kershaw, nor Ithuriel himself from heaven could hold a chance with the radical nom inee, be ho man or be he' demon; and we have to see the one yet who was far from demon that sat in that chair since the reign of misrule. Whenever "the party" is ready for good work...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 30 July 1874

Joe?ii iTMs: l <?' v_ C^WGEB?Rfi, S. C? JULY 30, 1374. Mr. Kirk BoBTHBOK is authorized to joilect and rtceipifor advertisements and awVcriptlona to the Kmet. ^ - ? -?- ? TOWN DIRECTORY. _2 May or?Jon!? W. Moseley. C!?rk and Tre&n?Kirk Koblnson. ' Almuden?Henry Washington, J. P. ifarlay; B, Williamson, T. D. Wolfe. Echard only reran hin ton days with his Photograph Canopy. - i l**\u_ m , m _? i The meeting at Iiowiaville on Satur day last pa a Szde, the few that were there, knotted off in squads and gave tho reformers a cold shoulder. A juvenile knight of the bat and ball'carries a black and blue eye as a token of affection. Cannot our town Marshal put a stop to the nuisance of base bail playing on the street. Echard makes two victoria pictures for $160 ^ The bricko for the new depot have Keen brought down; and splendid brick they are. We are now convinced that the railroad Company is in earnest. Jt hfca been a hard struggle to give up that old nondescript affair, but its .day...

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