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

ORAKGEBURG TIMES. -'ORAXGEBl)RQ,S.-G., SEPT. 3,187-1. STILFK p.. MELLICH AMP, Editor. G. W. W II ITKII K A JD, PUBLlHIlFJl AND BlItUNKSS ManAUKK. BQK- We are in no tray responsible for the views or opinions of our Cbrrespondent$. A CCO UNT FOR YO URSEL VES. The" Taxpayers Convention passed resolutions 5and formed, on paper, a complete Immigration Bureau; but judging from the fruits, the work does not seem to have progressed much, if any, beyond tho paper upon which tho resolutions wero written. We beliovo it was made the duty of the delegates from each county to go home and in augurate the movement in their sev eral counties. In some oi the counties this duty was, in a manner, discharged; but was it done in Orangeburg? Dele gates from Orangqburg, we call upon you to answer, this question, and to give an account ? of your stewardship, in this lino! We pause for a reply I The people ycu represented arc enti tled to it. CA A )VE TR UST TJIEMt Before ovcry election the Republicans have ...

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 1874

jj 0 C A Lit E it j ^ ?RANbEBURfc, S- C- SEFrT3ri87A,. 1&- MiTkibx Robinson is authorized to ..-ollect and receipt'Cor h^vcrtucmcnta und - iub .criptiohe to the Times. TMMS' OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy for one yiflr, - - - $2.00 " ?? " Six Months, - - ~ 1.00 Our friends wishing to have advertisement* inserted in the TIMES, must hand them in by Monday morning, 10 o'clock. ? ? - ? : ? ?.- ? ?. . p. TOWN DIRECTORY. L Mayor?Joab W. Moseley. I Clerk and Tseas?Kirk Robinson. ? Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. P. llarley, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe. From ' private letters we see that diphtheria is prevailing in Charleston. See letter from the Cherokee Springs. '?Visitor" is n lady formerly of our Burg. P We are happy to meet on our streets Mr. J. H. Fowlea, who has just return ed from his mountain trip. In the vicinity of the historic ground of Fort Motte is a "Devil's Track" a i "Devil's Elbow" and a'Lover's Leap." j I We .are indebted to "Taxpayer" for i 1 Several communications of county...

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 1874

THE COTTON WOB&tf i\ Prof. A. II- ? vote's Paper on tho IMn?uo of tno Southern Planter, t Trlbuno Koport. John H?hner was the 11 rat to linmo the cotton worm scientifically. Ho de scribed the cotton worm moth under the name aletia argillaoea, and figured it in two positions. This name is fixed by priority of description. The differ ent stages of tho alclia as found throughout the cotton belt of the south ern Btates bgve been wvnfully portrayed by Prof. Towri??nd Glover, of the agri cultural dona|tmanJif at Washington; the workfcra. j|f "^pnblfehed, ana would bo-ol 'groat- volne,-aa*-it. also.de.-. soribes the habits and the insect ene mies of tho ootton wffiiQfi.:' Tho publica tion of this workfcsudMld be taken in hand by the state legislatures in tho ootton balfc Dl< ''I'I Y', I ?* I Prof. O. N. Riley, of Missouri, has noticed the aletia and furnished a draw ing in the second report on the inseota of Missouri of tho moth, representing its head downwards us inn atatoof rest, ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 10 September 1874

VOLUME III. A.n. Independent Paper Devoted to tlie fet-e&t? ot tlie' People. ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, TH??1)AY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1S74. NUMBER 31. IN AH HOUR. ANTIOIVATIOW. " I'll lake tbo orchard path," she Bald, Speaking lowly, smiling slowly; . Tho brook was drlod within ita bod, The hot nun flung a flimo df rod IiOw in tho West, as forth sho apod. Acror3 tho dried brook-conrao sho went, ? BlnaIn? lowly, smiling slowly ! 'tOto 'scarcely saw'the sun that spent Itn llery foreo in tiwlft descent? .Mho inn er saw tho wheat was bent, 'I'hVgrassoa'parohed, tho blossoms dried; Singing lowly, Btnlllng elowly : Her, eyes amid tho drought osplod A summer ploassnco far aud wtdo, With rooca aud sweet violets pled. n. .Cl i ' ?! ptsirronrrMKirT. Bat horaoward coming all tho way, .... Blghing lowly, pacing slowly. She knew tho bent wheat withering lay, She Haw the blossoms dry decay. . She misBod tho ltttlo brooklet's play. A breoto bad sprung from out the South,' Bat, sighing lowly, p&...

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. — 10 September 1874

-A.n Independent Paper Devoted to t lie tH oi the People. VOLUME III. ORANGEB?RG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THUfpMY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1374. NUMBER 31. IN AH HOUR. ANTICIVATION. "I'll take tho orchard i'ath," she said, '?' Speaking lowly, smiling slowly; Tho hrook was dried within Its bod, Tho hot sun flung a flame of rod l/ow in tho West, as forth sho spod. Across tho driod brook-conrso sho went, i_Singing iQwiy, smiling slowly: Bho scarcely saw tho nun that spent ltn fiery force in swift descent? .She hover saw i'uc wheat was bent. l^hograssee "parched, tho blosaonas dried; Singing lowly, smiling slowly: Hqr.eyes amid tho drought ospled A Bummer ploasanco far aud wide, With roses and sweet violets pled. II. .Hi O .v DlSArrorNTMENT. But homoward coming all tho way, *xj > Sighing lowly, pacing slowly. She knew tho bent wheat withering lay, She saw tho blossoms dry decay. . . Sho missod the httlo brooklot's ptay. A breeze had sprung from out the South, Bat, slRhlng lowly, pacing slowly, She onl...

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. — 10 September 1874

PRANGET*UUP TIMES.[ dRANQEBURQ,S. C, SEMf. 10,1874. STILES H. MELLICH AMP, Editor. G?W. WHITEHEAD, Pudusiieii and Business Manage?. - __L_i-_ B@,? We are in no xcay responsible for the views or opinions of our Corresiwndcnts. OUR COURSE. Many of the papers of the Stnio aro placing the name of General Kershaw at the 'head of their columns as tho Conservative candidate for Governor. It will be remembered that wo have already-endorsed him as, in. our opin ion, the best man in tho State for this position, and wo hope that he will bo nominated by tho Conservative con vention. Howover, as the good of the State should bo the solo aim of all, wo are opposed to any course which may in any way trammel the action of this Convention. On thin nnnount wo should not bo too urgent with our per-, sonal preferences.. We think General Kerehaw is the proper man, but our neighbors may think General John A. Wagener or some one else. On this account we are willing to leave the matter entirely with the Con...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 10 September 1874

LOCAL ITEMS. ORANGEBURG, S. C SEPT. 10, 1874. Mr. Kirk RoniNson is authorized to .?ollect and receipt for advertisements nnd cub .criptions to the 2Y?tr?. . -i- ,: :\ ???? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy for one year, - - - $2.00 " " V V Six Months, - - - 1.00 Our friends wishing to have advertisements Inserted in the TIMES, must hand them in by Monday morning, 10 o'clock. TOWN DIRECTORY. Mayor?Joab W. Mpscley. Clerk and Tieaa?Kirk Robinson. Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. P. Harley, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe.. We would any to all candidates who wish their cards published, that they must accompany them with the-cash. The. Young America's paruded on Tuesday afternoon, aud as usual look ed well* School boys tako notice that Mr. Kirk Robinson has supplied himself with a good lot of school books. There is no excuse for your not say ing your lessons on this score. Reap the article in another column on scientific farming from the pen of one of the ablest contributors to the Timks. We think...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 10 September 1874

OUEIOUS l^W?IENTIPIO. j Effects of Tobfeboes.?Experi ments aro.uow being conducted atCher bourg, JT?aSs^^order to- determine the effects of submarine torpedoes. An apparatus oborged with 8.800 lbs. pow der was sunk to a depth of CO feet. On explosion a column of wator 600 feet in height was thrown-into* the air, and a hulk anchored at a distance of 18 feet from tho spot iwas broken completely in two. The earth at tho bottom was torn up, making a hole 40 feet in diameter und about 5 fcot deep. n VaiiUE of Walnut Timber.?Ab an illustration of tho increasing value of walnut lumber, the Indianapolis Jour nal notes thntpthe standing walnut trees on a half section of land en Eel river, in Miami oounty, Indiana, wero sold to a lumber dealer for $17,000. Thore w a large amount of other timber on the tract which- is not inoludp d, only the wal nut timber being sold. Walnnt lumber is eo^iVig^ rh?re*' - and 'more into uso throughout this country and Europe, nnd at present a very large business...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 17 September 1874

Au 'Independcnt Paper Devoted to t.lio ??tex-ests ol t5io People VOLUME III. ? j . ? ORiANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, ITHWSDAY, SEPTEMBER1 17, 1874. NUMBER''32, -??? THE KVNG'B WELCOME 10 TflmQVAXLa. )?fom tho Icelandic- pf JlathlA^ Jochumefiou. TXIAN?.'ATIID liV JlATAKB TAYbOR. l2iv' :. :'7 .' ; '? "l", With strong foot tread tbo holy ground, Onr snow-land'a king, the lotty-hoartcd, , ? Who from tfiy royal home hast parted, ?To greotthoeo hills that gtiard-us round I t Our FreeetamV Boro}l thy hand hat lent ub, Tho first of Kings whom ttod has cent us,, liftil I -weleuuio to onr bountrjr'n heart I ir. land's father,' hero tho Law-Mount vlow 1 ..Ztabold-God's work in nil their Vastnoso I Whore >?w'st thou Freedom's fairer fastness, > ? ?. W/t? firc^hcsvsd ramparts, waters bluo-fr Herb eprang tho sagas of .oar splendor; Hero every Iceland heart Is tcnderi... ??-,? Godjbullt this altar for hin floor.; < > IT Ilr* ?FS x? M it'A -Hert<, as In thousand yearn of old, Bound tho ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 17 September 1874

mm flit*" '^ni n\i ~h '"jS" VOLUME IIl7 -A.n.1 Independent Paper Devoted to tlio interests of tlie People _? ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER' 17, 1874 HBBW n NUMBER 32, the, king's welcome to thin gv all a. From tho Icelandic- of Mathias Jochuineson,^ .? '? TIL1S6UVTE? DV JJAYAMD TAYLOR. R:S'viw.M rH%V\ ?? I vi ?t.'i Willi strong foot tread tUo holy ground, Our snow-land's king, Uio lofty-hoarted, , ? Who from itif royal hoinc hast parted, , ' To groot those hills that guard ub round I ' |vi i Our Freedom?') soroll thy hand hat lout ub, Tho first of kings whom Uod has sent ub, 1 Hail t welcmrto to our country's heart! ? V"?'^41"*'-?Ji9l?ir.K:.- ''; '?' = land's fathor,' hero the Law-Mount vlow I .Uehbld-Ood** work in all their vastnoss 1 Where ps w'jit thou Freedom's fairer fattucao, > ? ? WJtp flwshc'avcd ramparts, waters bluo ? Here sprang the sagas of our splendor; Here every Iceland heart in tender; ., . GodiTJ^Ut (hi? altar:t o.r bis flook j ?ftere^' as "id t...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 17 September 1874

VOLUME III. .A.xi Imtepeiicleiat Paper Devoted to the J^terests o| the People. ~--' ' rgrrrV, ?Li.^ ' ??-~~?? ? " -? .- ' '?-,-._ ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, 'THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER1 17, 1874 IIIIII I.| NUMBER 32, THE. KING'S WELCOME TO THINGVALLA, I'roia Ilia Icelandic of Mathln-j .TocliuinMon, Tit.\:;urATKi> ax jiavaiid tayloh. "?S3^^T:'..-'.v '"V: With elro?g foot tread tho holy ground, Our snow-land's king, tho lofty-hearted, ? Who from tfiy royal bothe hast paftod,' 1 'To greet these h ill 1 tlir.i, giiiard tib round I i <. lOur Frecdoin'd scroll thy haud hat lout we, " The first of kliigs whom Ood has sent us, Hall? welcomo to our country's heart 1 liaiid1? fatbet*,' horo tho Law-llount view I SBahbld-G'od'a work tu nil their -fastness I < Whirro eaw'flt thou Freedom's fairer fa?tu'cbs,i i! WJlh Avo-Iicivcd ramparts, waters bluo?; Ilero sprang tho Hagau of our splendor; Hero every Iceland bcart In tender ; . . God built this altar ftr ht:i ilooli! ?Hero, ah In thousand y...

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. — 17 September 1874

ORAMGBBURG TIMES. ttlAN?KBim6,8. &, SEPT. 17,1874, STILES E. MfiLLICttAMP, Editor, ?. W. WHITEHEAD* Pubusbeh and Business Manager. 8?? We are in no twy responsible fir the . vievs or opinions of our Correspondents. LA1EST. Dispatches from'New Orleans state that ? fight occurred between the Met ropolitan Police under Gen Longstrcet, Radical, and tho citizens under O. B. Fann iheLieutenant Governor or. tho McEuery or people's ticket. In the fight some fifty men were killed and the Metropolitan forces were complete ly routed. The city is now in poscs efon of the McEnery forces, and if Grant will, let the citizens alone, good government will be established, and traitors and usurpers will be taught a lesion. ORGANIZATION. The great difficulty with the people of South Carolina has been that they will never pursue one line of political policy long enough to test its efficacy, before they become disheartened and fly off in quest of another. Several plana have been proposed for our polit...

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. — 17 September 1874

ORAiNGEBtJRG TIMES,! 0ftANGEB?RG,S. tt SEPT. 17,1874, STILES B. ?ELLICHAMP, Editor, G. W. WHITEHEAD, P?BlOBnEB ANU P.U8INESS SfANAQER. 9&t, We are in no tray r?por.?6fe for the . viewt or opinions of our Correspondents. LA1EST. Dispatches from'New Orleans state that a fight occurred between the Met* ropolitnn Police under Gen Longstrcet, Radical, and the citizens under O. B. Penn the Lieutenant Governor on the McEnery ot people's ticket. In the fight some fifty men were killed and the Metropolitan forces wore complete ly routed. The city is now in poses oion of the McEnery forces, and if Grant will let the citizens alone, good government will be established, and traitors and usurpers will be taught a lesion. ORGANIZATION. The great difficulty with the peoplo of South Carolina has been that they will never pursue one line of political policy long enough to test its efficacy, before they become disheartened and fly off in quest of another. Several plans have been proposed for our ...

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. — 17 September 1874

LOCAL IT13MS. ORANGEBURG, S. C SEPT. 17, 1874 Mr.. Kirk Robinson is authorized to ?Uect and receipt for advertisements and cuh.eription3 to the Times. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy for one year, - - - $2.001 " ?? ? Six Months, - - . 1.00 Our friends wishing to have advert toementa Inserted in the TIMES, must hand them in by Monday morning, 10 o'clock. TOWN DIRECTORY. Mayor-r Joab W. Moseley. Cleric and Tieaa?Kirk Robinson. Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. P. Harley, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe. Mr. T. B. Boyd has gone North to supply his store. The Baptists and Lutherans will^be interested in the communication in an other column signed "A. B." Mr. Ezekiel has just received a large supply of cooper ware, cutlery Ac. Enquire at the Grange store. The railroad bridge on Russell street is a substantial and safe crossing now. Instead of being twenty feet, it is now forty and a fraction. We are satisfied now and much obliged. We understand that a tax has heen levied for the erection of a Cou...

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. — 17 September 1874

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. ?It an edge tool is bo hard as to' or amble, grind it on a dry stone until the edge turns blue ; it will thon cense to break, and the temner will generally provo to. be right. ?The following simple remedy, to be applied to tho wound inflicted by a rabid dog, is Baid to havo been used with great success-in Loipsio, and to some extent in this country: "Wash the bite thoroughly with warm vinegar, and then pour on it a few drops of mu riate ooid." ?A correspondent of the Country. Gentleman says a good application of two or throe bushels of blacksmith's cinders spread around fruit trees, par ticularly pears, not only, keeps down the grass, but .affords some principle whion^^eiThealtli and vigor to the growth of the trees. ?Cold Btaroh should not be uiado too stiff, or undissolved portions will ad hero to tho gnrmount a. ' If of tho right consistency, the article will look as if wrung, out of water; Roll tightly, and let it'lie for two, hoius. It will then iron as easily ...

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. — 17 September 1874

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. ?If an edge tool is bo hard as to crumble, grind it on a dry stone nntil; the edge turns blue ; it will then cense to break, and the terapor will gonorally l provo tovbo right. ! ?Tho following simple remedy, to be applied to the wound inflicted by a rabid dog, is Baid to. have boon used with grout success ia "Loipsio, and to gome extent in this country: "Wash the bito thoroughly with warm vinegar, and then pour on it u few drops of mu riate acid." ?A correspondent of the Country Gentleman says a good application of two or three bushels of blaok?mith's | cinders spread around f rnit trees, par ticularly pears, not only, keeps down the grass, but .affords Borne principle j whioh gives health and vigor to the I growth of the trees. ?Cold Btarch should not be made too stiff, or undissolved portions will ad here to tho garhienntB. If of tho/right consistency, the artiolo will look as if ?wrungi out of-"Water, Roll tightly, and let it .lie'for two houiB. It will then iro...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 24 September 1874

www VOLUME III. -A-n Independent 3E?apev Devoted to the Interests >>?*' tlie t?eopl ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1874. NUMBER 33. f.r... THAMES VALLEY BONNETS. DX DANTE Q. ?088ETXI. WINTER. How largo that thrush looks on tbo baro thorn-trool A swarm of such, throe llttlo months ago, Hid hidden In the leaves and lot nono know Bavo by tho outburot of their mlnstrolsv. A white flake horo and thoro?a snow-lily Of last night's frost?our naked flowor-bods horn, And for a rsse-flower on the darkeulog mould Tho hungry readbrcast gleams. No bloom, no boo. The current shudders*to Its Ice-bound sedge t Hipped in tholr bath, tho Btark roods ono by ono Flash each its clinging diamond In tho sun, 'Neatn winds whion for thla winter's covaragu plodgo Bhall curb groat king-masts to tho oeean'a edgo And loavo memorial forest-kings o'orihrown. SPRING. Soft-Httcrcd 1? the new-year's lamblng-Iold, And In tho hollowed haystack at its side The shopherd hos o'ulght now, wakoful...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 24 September 1874

VOLUME III. An Independent Paper Devoted to tlxe Interestsb ?t <tlie 3E>e?pl? ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY; SEPTEMBER 24, 1874. NUMBER 33. THAMES VALLEY SONNETS. VX HAND: O. nOORETTJ. WINTER. How largo that thrush looks on tho bare thorn-trool A swarm of snob, threo Uttto mouths ago, Bart bidden in tho leaves and lot nono know Bavo by tho outburst of their mlnstrolsy. A white flake bore and thoro-a Buow-llly Of last night's frost?our naked flower-beds hold; And for a reae-flower on the darker-lug mould The hungry reaauroasi gleam*. No bloom, no boo. The current shudders* to. Its Ice-bound aodge: Nipped in their bath, tho stark roods ono by ono Flash caoh Its clinging diamond In tho sun, 'Neattr'winds which for this winter's sovereign I?! -olodgo Bhall curb groat king-masts to tho ocean's edgo And leave memorial forest-kings o'orthrown. 8PU1NO. Soft-Uttered IS tho nsw-yesx's hvmblng-fold. And In tho hollowed haystack at its side The shepherd hos o'nlght now, wakeful-oyc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 24 September 1874

ORAlNGEB?llGT IMESf. ?RANuEUUUG.S. C, SKl'T. SM, 1874 STILES K. MELLICH AMP, Editor. G. W. WHITEHEAI), PUBl.lBHKn AND Bt'SlN?S8 MANAQEIt. BQU TK?s arc in no tray responsible for the viaca or opinions of our Correspondents. Oar remark, in our lust/issue, that greenbacks were more powerful in Patterson's Convention than eloquence or truth, seems to have touched a sore point with our neighbors over the way, who have given us tho benefit of over a column of reading matter, and called upon us to show our authority for the expression, a task which wo shall per form cheerfully, and.as briefly and plainly as the English, language will permit. We expressed o?r belief that money; was used to influence this Convention upon the same priuciple that weassort our belief in most of tho important events of time, and that is upon the con current testimony of surrounding wit nesses. In Courts of law if a man steals our pocket book, it is not neces sary that we should seo him steal it ourselves in orde...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 24 September 1874

LOCAL ITEMS. ORANGEB?RG; S.C- SEPf7_4, 1874/ . . - ".??- -; ' : ~v ..... S&T Mr. Kiiik Robins#n is nutliorizcd to .?ollcct and .receipt for advertisements and ?ub.crlptMisU ffe tom*.H he Cbpy for one year, tIPTlON: $2.00 1.00 Our friends wishing to have advertisements Innerted in tho TIMES, must hand them it by Mon&yj ffirri$^fepck: \^ 5t>^> TOWN DIRECTORY. MayorjpTJab tfT$los?&. <Pf <& Cleric SM TteasM-irf Robinson. Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. ..P.: llarley, B. Williamsoti/T. D. Wolfe. -!> ? 5 -4i4 ? a i ... - Coi??' ?iit to tlie nleetirfg on MoxicL\y,- October Gttil .fo&r-t?f-koif will be given', at this 1 office that may lead to the recovery of I a cream mul&Stblon from tluaiCcrunty in 1871. Ji 1 ji ? i n "> T?\ trT] ? a W. K. Crook has. up a new and at tractive.sign. See hia advertisement in another column. Ho menus busi ne?s. Miov:)- gft- 1 The many friends' of Mrs. Sarah Stone, widow of tho lato R. G/Stone will be pained to loaru of ...

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