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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 30 July 1874

toe Ali items: Q^AWGEBUR?, S* C- JULY 30, t874. ;.lpP^ M*" Kuut Robihbon is authorized .-ollect and receipt for adyertiseraents nml criptions to the Timct. TOWN DIRECTORY. **v".< & .'? " S Mayor??Toab W. Moeeley. Clerk and Tteas?Kirk Robinson. Aldermen?-Henry Washington, J. P. Harley, B, Williamson, T. D. Wolfe, Echnrd only remains ton days with his Photograph Canopy. Tnc tneeting at Lewisville on Satur day last was a finde, the few that were there, knotted off in squads and gave the reformers a cold shoulder. ????i 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 ball playing on the street Eohnrd makes two victoria pictures tor II00 The bricks for the new depot have ?een brought down; and splendid brick they are. We are now convinced that tho railroad Company is in earnest. It has been a hard straggle to give up that old nondescript affair, but its days arc numbered, and t...

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. — 30 July 1874

GRANGE NOTES. Home EooNOMi;.?A Mississippi pat ron says : " The traders are not all to blame fdr our misfortunes: wq run our own necka into the hau)er tha* has mad? us vassals to the trader. Some go in debt, live luxuriously, buy fine clothes, and at the expiration of the year their crops fail to meet their, engagements, when they are Ho blame themselves. We are now ooonpying an abnormal po sition; instead of beings rulers over the financial world, .as God intended us to bo, we have made ourselves the veriest slaves, Uiat over l\ved, a just punish ment f?r Buch ' unfaithful' servants. Each of us should determine to let others do as Jthey. may,. wo will not go into debt for anything we can possibly do without; and not only resolve, but carry it out." ' This must be ably as sisted by industry; we should work our selves, and train our sons and daughters, and all about us,.to,work. ,.rle should orcnto an interest., for them in farm and kit oben, and all that pertains to home-place and m...

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. — 6 August 1874

.A.n. Independent *J?&jfr&r Devoted ,]fcb the IntereBts. of ttie People VOLUME IH- , , ? . .ORANGEBUKG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1874. NUMBER ??.. TROUiVPIBHINti. ' 'Tifl twenty yc&r*. Vo you remember - ^ If TOftn^boy and Rirl, wostpLVtha H?tt^\Jt% Au'il we?l iv-Hahing ono September? The lako so clcar.lt was as if. i ,Upboruo ou lovo'a delicious leaven, " i Wo floated la a pure mid-heaven, With clouds of IllieB for a bordor. The fragrant summer seemed to acho m>.?.iJn blossoms for dear passion's sake,*' ?<-- * Exceaslvo with its sweet disorder. ' . - Tn you, too, won lhat foud dlstrcea ? or HiiBh ivuit rear and happiness, Carcstea by caress unhanded, I j frill fingers'mated on the reel, <f i ,. I thought tho. very trout could feel His doublo epoll was caught and landed. Alaa,lUiat love which<wo remeinbqr, . i Bluah-rlpo as all thQsb wanton weeds, Uould bo a blossom br Bonteiubex, ?? s Porn guiltless of th?;promi8ed seeds? - _W<eit dying tbings.'...

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 1874

ORANGEBUllG TIMES. G. W. WHITEHfeAI>, Editor and Proprietor. ORANGEBURG, 6. C, A1I0?ST 8,1874. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy for one year, - $2.00 (i >? ? Six 'Month*, - - - 1.00. ,Our fripndi? wishing to have advertIsentatits inverted in the TIMES, must Imnd them in by Monday morning) 10 o'clock. g^gu We are in no tray responsible for the titses or opinions of our Correspondents. It in gratifying to tho owner of this paper, that its efforts are being appre ciated. During the past four weeks a handsome. list of paying subscribers bas been handed in, aud as we expect to live only upon the patronage of our friends, we accept the help as an earn est of good will, and shall promise to do our best for their material advance ment. Newspapers that are fed on public pap can afford to give nway the "largest circulation;" Cr.fc away the pap, and they would live a very short existence. Our columns are filled with items tending to elevate all, and no partisan exaggerations for selfish e...

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 1874

LOCAL ITEMS. ORANGEBURG, S. C AUGUST 6,1874? Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorised to .-ollcct and receipt for advertisements and tub criptions to the Times; TOWN DIRECTORY. Mayor?Joab "W. Moseley. Clerk and Tieas?Kirk Robinson. Aldermen?Henry "Washington, J. P. llarlcy, B. Williamnon, T. D. Wolfe. Ohurch Services. Baptist Church?Services first Sunday even ing and the second and fourth Sundays, morning and evening. Rer. A. P. Norrie, Pastor. Presbyterian Church*?Services at 11 A. K., ss4 4 P. M?Sabbath School at 9} A. M.?Praya? meeting Thursday afternoon ftt 5 o'clock, Rev. J. I). A. Brown, Evangel ist . : - i - '? ? 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. nnd 7 j P. M. Sabbath School at 9 A.M.? Rev. J. B. Campbell, Paster. Lutheran Church?Sabbath School at 9 A. M., J.G.Vosc. Superintendent Orangebarg Mail Arrangement. \ Northern,' Western nnd 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 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 6 August 1874

- THE- -GRANGERS. The first Graajjlif fct^re _ is located at Windsor, Honry with a capital of $10,000. B^man 'Catholics* In Wisconsin are . , leaving the granges, thp bistop of xva?kcS.having;^ then*. s ^j-* .JM/'3,ii?alrt 'tr?'*rs Gen. FTTZHr/oH Tis?. of1 Virginia, favors the' ? apparent objeots of the Grangers,'but objects -ttf their secrecy and to the introduction, of women into its membership, t, u < The Kansas executive committee warn those who organize granges in occupied territory that in ffttutc' they will nave to>consolidate with othe graugeaor sijr xlii^^eP^^aftor. fn"L The Kansas Farmer objeots to the ? i grnnco.taliMifl He. laneh ""f nt the state, nnd shows that if the djspen "jjnstoadf"" :ld ba\ s^^or^P4iKK) %$tti tained in Kansas. Toward the oloe? of the last session conc^s'Jf?ifftttf? petition from the eoUIea^zen^.Gf Georgia asking for an organizod militia nnd .arms, coupled with a complaint that there is a secret .society- known ee the ??Patron's Of ^HhBbandryV...

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 1874

.'Alf IM / 11 HI/xAt MB \ an/? Uiih V"* | 'H'whx.* -:??; ./II oll ??> vrttvir.tiV (An niorHt'/ '-??!' i?*! T< > IM Jdl W luf, us vnb.iol ?^^r ...... u..,m..r. .,Kj,n ??> . ? ? ? I ? l'iJ!.*! JtLXL Independent Paperi BeVoted to ,the Intere?^. ,p*'1 ttxe .P^P^;:.-.:, ,; . ., y;? ,p?.^,.m . ? . _!-1-H-? , 1 ? - ? F ',' -:-?? . ' 1 ?-" "- llM" ' ' ' VOLUME III. ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1874. NUMBER "27? 8 ^P^?ANDi>ifi ath?ll Doth lifo nur vivo tlio touch of Death 7 Death's hand alone tho secret holds, Which aa to each one ho unfolds, "0 press to know with bated brcatb. ?wJ)teBHri tn^rftr "-?'''?P"1 bere, Conurcas that hopo to whloh wo cling; Bntatlll wp grasp at.anythmg. iT,<Ana BOmDtluioq hope 4nd sometimes fear. Sonio whisper that tho dead wo knew H?ver nround us while wo pray, .Anxious to t-peak. We cannot say; We only wish ft may bo truo. I *P0W^ Stolo who has thought, , i ? v As healthy blood flows through bis volus, And Joy his present lif...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 13 August 1874

O?AKGEBURG TIMES. r . ?-? . G. W. W H.JJ. TJ3 II E A D, - Editor and Proprietor. ORAN?EUURG, S. C, AUGUST 13,1874. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: On* Copy for one year, . . . $2.00 " " ? 5tx Months, . - - l.OO Our friends wishing to have advertisements twwrttd in the TIMES, must hand tliem in hy Monday morning, 10 o'clock. t@&, We ore in no troy responsible for the f letrs or opinions o/ our Correspondent*. TRUE AS STEEL. ' "It is said that Noro fiddled while Rome was burning, and that bacchan-, alian riot might have been a sort of paradise to him, but how is it with the poor victims of the flames who are perishing amid the scones of the con flagration? Is it a paradiso to them? Ja those days of yore, all were not revelling amid, scenes "of plenty secure from the stern invasion of poverty and want. Where then wore the poor whites of South Carolina? How with those whose limbs were gulled with the fetters ofslavery? <fcc.,<fcc.?From the Free Citizen. The analogy between a fiddling N...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 13 August 1874

I?cal items. i ? ?/? ??? ?RAMGEBURG, S. C AUGUST* 13,18?4. tST Mr. KikkRohusbon is authorized lb rollcct and receipt for advertisements and tubcriptions to the Times.- ^ TOWN DIRECTORY. Mayor?-Joab W. Moselcy, | Clerk and Tieaa?Kirk Robinson. ^ Aldermen?Henry Washington, J- P ttarley, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe. Church Services. ? BaptistChurch?Services firstSunday even?. tng and the second and fourth Sundays,'' morning and evening. Rev. A. P. Norrip, Pastor. ? J Presbyterian Church*?Services at 11 A. M., and 4 P. M?Sabbath School at 0} A. M.?Prays* meeting Thursday afternoon at 5 o'clock. Rev. J. D. A. Brown, Evangelist Church of the Redeemer (Episcopal)?1st and 3d Sundays. Serves at 11 A. M., and 4 Pv M. Sabbath School 0} A. M. Methodist Church?Services at 11 A. M. and 7$ P. M. Sabbath School at 9 A.M.? ftev. J. B. Campbell, Pastor. - Orangebnrg Mail Arrangement. Northern, Western nnd Closes. Charleston. 11 A. M. Columbia. 1 P. M. Office hours from 7 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sun days exce...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 13 August 1874

USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. QdgKsnjVEff Bw been d\ldoler*d^ii^ the mountain? back of Boralitits, Sinta Cruz .county, California. Claim? have been located and a company has been formed to work one of them. ..t ? ? rrn rri ,; t t a ! ?* Here is a Japauese rooeipe for Keep ing meat fresh in hot weather : " Place it'in a clean porcelain bowl, and pour very hot water over it so as to oover it. Then pour oil upon the water. The air is thus quite excluded and the moat pre served." ? Sausages GoiiObed by Aniline.? Aniline red is used to impart to Bnu . sages afresh and healthy app?ranoe. It "can easily bo detected by the use of alcohol or other, oithor of which sub ?T^ces^dlss?lves aniline, but not blood. .Tho xiae of (anilino rod is severely rop r?Tie.uaible, not only from tho faoi that it is known to have caused illness of en tire families who have eaten meat col ored with it, but also because, from ita mode of preparation, it frequently oonw tains arsenic; nud: must, therefore, not as a poison. EP...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 20 August 1874

VOLUME III. ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1874 NUMBER 28. .??r?ssi ANTITHESIS. Dsath gives ?8 tuoro Uian life.?Stray Poem. Aye, more: it gives repose, ? Hwootcr than any lire can o'or impart; Vast depth or peace, where every burdened. At tefigfh*wlll loso Its 'woof. I know my, prison-bars; I build no iopliug towers on shifting nimbi; I reach uot upward with decaying bauds To grasp the lofty stars. i f V' i i. Tho lowly grave is dear. And ban no terrors ; it is freo from pain; its much .Is downy; and no secrot buuo Wrings tho regretful h?r. And lifo?-Ha wild nproar. Ita fruitless hopes, lta withered, b?ghtod dayn, Its hours of anguish, turn tho fainting gazo Toward tho ??volcelei's Bhorc." OLD DIGGLYBONES. BY OIiAHA O. DOIiTjIVJEB. You would think from his namo that ho was old and wrinklod, bout and brown, with a dreadfully cunning, wricked face; but ho isn't at all. His oheoks aro round and soft and downy, and "pink liko poaohos; and he has snob a bright, Innocent...

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 1874

gm Lipm "m ^ ?7 "^""^?~?~"-r~*"~-' -!-^-ju,a. ui^j?^ - 1 '? ^^jj^ A.n. Independent Paper Deroted |> tue Interest* of the People. ^?LUME III. ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLlijlT THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1874. NUMBER 28. ANTITHESIS. D?nth gives ub moro than life.?Slruv J'ocm. Aye, rndre: it given ropoBp, ? Sweeter than any lifo can o'er impart; Vast depth of peace, whero every burdened tta woes. I know my prison-barn; . I build no toplluft towora on shifting kuuIh ; I roach not upward with decaying band? To grasp tbe lofty stars. Tho lowly grave iB dear, And ban no terrors ; it is free from pain; ItH coA^b liy downy: and no Bocrot bauo WringH tbo rcgrotful tear. And lifo?its wild nproir. Its frnitloBs hopes, ila wllbercd, bughtod dayn, Its hours uf aiigulHh, turn tho fainting gazo Toward tho '? voiceless Bhorc." OLD DIGGLYBONES. BY OIiABA O. DOHilVEB, You would think from his nnmo that he was bid and wrinkled, bent nnd brown, wifcb a droadfully cunning, wickod fnco; but ho isn't at all. His o...

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 1874

ORANGEBURG TIMES. ,_*_ G. W. WHITEHEAD, Editor and Proprietor. ORANGKBURG, S. C, AUGUST 20,1874. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy for one year, - $2.00 ? ?? " Six Months, - - - 1.00 Our friends wishing to have advertisements Inserted, in the TIMES, must hand them in by Monday morning, 10 o'clock. b?.. tVe are in no way responsible for the vietes or opinions of our Correspondents. _imiiiiMinn ?in ?.ii im.? im i.,i,n.i ?, BLACK AS USUAL; An old dodgo among pirates was to run a strip of canvas over the portholes of their craft, thereby giving tho ves sel an appearance to the incautious of being an honest merchantman. Once in range of her guns the mask was re moved and tho scull and crossbones of the bucaneor undeceived the unwary. Our people are quite as gullible as they were four years ago when the reformers on trcetops, housetops, nnd barrel head tops, cried out reform, reform; And not a few to-day aro weak enough to believe that Chamber lain may be a little fitter for Governor than w...

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 1874

"local items. ORANGEBURG, S. C AUGUST 20,1874. i ? . If?* Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized to ,'ollcct and receipt for advertisements and tub .criptions to the Timo*. TOWN DIRECTORY. Mayor?Jqab W. Moseley. ? Cleric and Tiens?Kirk Robinson. Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. P. Harloy, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe. Orangobnrg Mail Arrangement. Norther.., Western and Cloaca. Charleston. ^. 11 A.M. Colombia. 1 P. M. Office hours from 7 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sun days excepted. W. E. WILLIAMS, P. M. Liibt or New Advertisements? Ornngeburg High School. St. Mathews Academy. J.S.Hey ward?Notico. - W. S. Barton?Notice. E. Ezekiel?Notice. Sheriff's Sales. Mr. Meroney'8 new store on Russell street is nearly completed. The Swamp Angels promise a dif ferent game from the last, when called out again. "We call attention to the notico of Wm.B. Barton, to be found in another column. Mr. J. S. Alhergotti has recovered from his late indisposition, and is again at business. There is a scarcity of corn at pres ent i...

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. — 20 August 1874

GRANGE NOTES. A Minnesota granger is b'owing about his t4rpe-Ww!*Pftml"ttCro Pttto?- ?* beans. A grango packet is plying on the Mississippi botween Galena and St. Louis. A Fon du lao, Mioh., granger is try ing to persuade his toads that potato bugs are palatable. The lady members of the Union Spring grango have carried out their resolution^ of last year, not to pur chase any article of dress moro coBtly thau a caficd'.V. f 11' / 11 Lonei'doilar, Minn., grange No. 231, douounoes as an insult tho sending of a politlc'aT^TrouT^ and sec rotary wth Uio? roqnest that it be read inthegrl&gf^/.U tic Master Allen, of Missouri, has trav clod 20,000 miles in his grange work, bus visited almost every- county, in the state, and now but two out of one hun dred and fourteon counties are -without organized granges. Tho Missouri granges will uot always bo behind, if the enterprises under con sideration and in contemplation do not turn out castles in tho nir. Galloway county council has pprkhoiis...

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 1874

ij j win nr? .^eoiTani^g.#iS2gH independent Paper DeToted to thef Interest* of the People n, VOLUME III. ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, AUGUST; ?' THE DIVER. BT r-EABI. BXVKBS, .IM.O,: h:?llWllood' "T)*n. only. idly fluut, *** As floats the lily-bud r- 111ji wmMmr,*m\<,.. .m?. Deep down in depths of woo IIo yruo wonld Pont V?? llieh pearl of Fofisy. 0 h ' I. * , iQnce found, ?orm> word or line, In nil tlio diver elnRn, Will tell of salt Res-brine Or stormy batUings. Bat slranRo and bappy lot 1 - ?-- v Tbo world, tbat buys end wears Tho diver's p>arl,noes not ? Tis set in tears. A SITUATION. She stood at the crossing of the vil lage Btreefc just us tho shower came down. v It' had been a rainy morning, the drops filtering playfully through the clouds, interspersed with dazzling outbursts of sunshine, but now a pelt ing, mer?ilcs? torrent rushed ehurply downward, gathering vehemonoe from pa3t delay. "And there stool Bessy in the midst of it, one pretty, foot Btretohed d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 27 August 1874

Q RAN GEBURG TIMES. ORANGEBURG,S. C, Ai:G?8T^,1874fl| STILES B. MELLICH A MP, Editor. G. W. WHITEHEAD, PUBLISHER AND BUSINESS MANAGER. Jft.' We arc in no way responsible for the stars or opinions of our Correspondents. SALUTATORY. In assuming cditoriul control of the Times, with this issue, we would rcs pectAtlly and moro particularly invite attention to our future career, as a pub lic journal than to any definite line of policy that could possibly be indicated in this brief salutatory. While wo propose to conduct the paper, strictly as heretofore, in tho in terest of the Conservative element of the community, wcshall novcrabandon that independence of thought which every free citizen should maintain un der all circumstances, and which gives to journalism its potent influence and exalted position as a promoter of the public good. Issues will be dealt with, as they come up, in tho broad light of reason and sober reflection; and nothing shall ever be said by us intentionally which shal...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 27 August 1874

1 LOCAL ITEMS." . ORANGEBURG, S> C AUGUST 27,1874. I?" Mr.. Kins Boisrasost is authorised . to ,-ollcct and receipt for advertisement? and >ub criptioraa to the Times. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy for,one year, - - $2.00 " " " Six Months, . - . . 1.00 Our friends Wishing to have ad vertisemonts inserted in the TIMES, most'hand them In hy Monday morning, 10 o'clock. TOWN DIRECTORY. _ ?; t Mayor?Joab W. Moseley. Clerk and Tieas?Kirk Robinson. Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. P. Harley, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe. ? _ v- ?>y. -w . V.1 v.; ?**.*?* Toe weather for the past few days has been changeable. Toe store of Mr. Pearso on Russell fltreet is receiving a cont of green paint. Doss any one know any thing about forged County paper? Who speaks first? Cotto:* picking has commenced in earnest The firat bale came in town on Taesdny. We are glad to see that our sugges tion About a town market is generally endorsed. ( This is the last chance for tho hogs. Put them in pens, or prepar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 27 August 1874

The Faoiflo Rural Press believes that tho granges on tho con at are the most flourishing in the order, and a similar claim is put forward by organs of the* order in the South, the Missouri state gran go, which ifl to. meet in Ootobor, of ball rent and other expenses attending the transaction, if Sodalia be accepted as the place of meet ing. There is talk of organising a former's savings bank in Bowling Green, Pike county, No./ with a capital stock of $50,000. Tho formors are to take $30, 000 of the stock and elect o majority of tho dii-ectoAV* U' i &avoy ' Grange, C52, Champaign county^ Ills., has resolved that. Savoy grange looks with distrust, and most emphatically disapproves of the course taken by some of tho granges in send ing delegates to political nominating conventions. Bourbon Grango, Mo., resolved that " to carry out fully tho objeot and de sigu of our order, we should have es tablished a .banking institution at our center of trade, ami behoving it should bo in siiccc...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 3 September 1874

v ?. r im An Independent Paper I>e-v?tecL to tHe Interests of tke JPeople. ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1874. NUMBER 30. * Ii V haurikt m*kwen xxxbali? Midway botWocn f base towering hills < ' Ono lonoly human dwelling; On eitbor band tho meadow land Make fair the mountain spaoasvi With golden roaoh of-buttercups V . ' And Kilver drift of daisies. "-^5v : ' BohVnd/tiio massive forest win;' ' Before, tho river running ; , . And close about the'zUtle cot ? TIio signs of human cunning : ? ^ Tho nijrnrs so homely and ao awcet i That draw ub to each other, And mako tho dally lifo of man ^n?llar to his brother. Wo know tho hand at early morn . ,| > . That cottage hearth-flro kindling:, Wo walobed tho dropping "of this corn; >:Wp wait Its purplo spindling I- ?? ? Aipart have wo in all the toila Of those our mountain neighbors; A portion in tho precious.'gain ..Ueaveu winnows frpm their labors., . Wo taste their trials, Bharo their feasts, . And, with a pas...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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