ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Orangeburg Times Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 733 items from Orangeburg Times, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
733 results
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 24 April 1872

., the followai?g,fre/i?^itiou win ,,lv adopted*? '? 1 -T.1 h inst. iiiniini.-lv a (lop 'csolved, \\ lioreas, in the resignation lr. 12. \\\ Fcnn, the Independent ng America CVimpany-slma J<ia^y luuble I'm man and a t no and. faithful iecr ; That the thanks of his brother ?einen be tendered hiiri for his punctual id impartial performance of his duly, d that while we deeply feel bis loss, our d*e.s will ever be for bis success in lMV,: Vi*'? ft rvi - ? .Resolved, ?Tbat^thc f?rcgrijng! resolu .tun be published in the. Orangcburg Tim?s,?*ud. <pran?-eburg News, (J-'rom tbf minutes.) ? >?? F. S. Diar.LK,. Secretary, pro tern, T. Y.'a. F. K. Co. In Hamoriam. Alfred(Soodwynl.cgarcdied April fsih', 1872. Li t it go; its cherub wtrij&i are whiter. 7'han alt the (lowers I see upon its breast, l.tsother home is better far, and brighter, On let it go; Us best. i I ( 1 ^ | M| i s 7'he vacant pallet, what :i talc of .-ad ms-, /)oep, wli 'lni?iir 1.???;?, the waves of sorrow Mow, Jlut...

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. — 24 April 1872

A WXlF. f> pr.ul take heart! Though long tlic way, Tbr rcat nhall rcme at bur. Kot always ohall the nha lows fall: /hkwn brtika wlu n night in pvt. J.orth'nrhililr-o oft have trod n path ?W Wlf *?r wcarfaeM ImUhw, lb reach the Jasper court* al wive, Wbor* living rat ?rs flow. 9* "faith ml to the end," O conl! Nor doubt the SI.utit's will; i'hrotigh light or ?bade IIa'? oTorm-nr, And wstcltoi o'er Uie? ?tili. [Selected. "ONLY ?NOE IN A WAY." "Sir, I hope you'll look over it. I cnn Assure you I only take a drop once in a way." This was aaid by a very fine young jnan, who was standing in an office be tide a desk at which n grey'headed gen tleman with grave, but by no mean* harsh expression of countenance, was Mated, and who replied, "Curtis, I should W tbt ssorc Inclined to look over this fault, If yon wens more impressed with the seriousness of the sin." "Bin?sir! I'm very sorry, but really, sir, as it's only once in a way?" "Ah, there it is, yon uro excusing your self, Mid a Very ...

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. — 1 May 1872

j * im. 02 ANNUM, }? =1==~~ ??. * i T~;::r:fr^r:^rT7r~? Vol 1. ('On wk move iXDif-fiOLUBLY Frn?rj|Gor> aj,d nature ijid the same." { IN ADVANC it ??>?:?.?/ ORAN^EBURG, SOUTH CABOMA, MAY 1, 18758, oNTo. 13-. THE OllANorEBUJUf TIMES Is published every WEDNESDAY, or.yngkruiUi,en.,s?iifn < ??lina i^jjtti U?b~ '?? -A' IIEYWAUD & BEAKI). UtmSCRti'tion ratrs: a rear, in advance?31 for six Month JOll PRINTING in all iti derailments, neatly executed, Give n* a call. POF.TKY. Cling to Those Who Cling to Yon. There arc many friends of Mtmincr, Who are kind vrh'de flowers bloom, Hut when winter chi'lsthc. blossoms, 2'hey de]>nrt with the perfume. On the broad highway of action Friends of worth are far ami few; So when one lias proved Ids friendship, Cling to him who clings to yon. ?f.'t' ly.Vii > ? ? ? J)n not harshly judge your neighbor, iJonotdeem hislif'j unt nie, If he m ikes no great pretensions, Ueeds are great though words are few. Those who stand amid the ten* peat, F...

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. — 1 May 1872

. no t J?ovi _ _ tu\t. ,t}'v --ift:~ ? /?;?*??? ' "~~ 5 ?2 j/j5R annum, y "On wk move ixdis?oltjbt,y fiiwj Con a*?i> naturk hid tiik samk." <( IN ADVANCE -_?-^r-rvr--:-r ?Vol 1. OKAWGEBtRG, SOUTH CAUOl|i\A, WEDat^SDAY, MAY 1, 1872, THE OlUNtfEBURG TIMES Is published every W E D N K S D A Y , -jo .?--i/ih..ji<r. ?RA^?KiiniG, c.n, sornt c??li^a . r IteOt&.ibfrfc v t '?'?'?? ?Ji'1 '?''?! ,; ?v- -? . . . I1YM . iieyward & BEAHI). Ulr?sCtli l'TION RAT Ks: ?$,'2 a rear, in advance?31 for six month ?? JOH PIUNTINU in all ics depaitments, neatly executed. ( Jive us a call. ~ poktuv. Cling, to Those Who Clinz to You. Thereare many friends of summer, Who are kind while flowers bloom, Hut -when winter chel.slhc blossoms, 7'liey depart with the perfume. On the broad highway of action Friends of worth arc far and few; So when one has proved Iuh friendship, Clipg to him who clings to you. 7>o not harshly judge your neighbor, Do not deem his lit'.- untrue, If he m ikes lib grai...

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. — 1 May 1872

THE OMNGEBUEG TIMES. Orangeburg, 8. 0., May 1, 1872. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY. J. S. HEYWAKD, Editor. All articles intended for publication in ?.lie Times, must bo accompanied with the renj name of tho author; not ncccssa ? <? v.* * rily for publication but as a guarantee of | good faith. The Oriels. Tho political crisis which is soon to come up bolbre the country, will prac tically decide whether our rulers are the servitors merely, (and according to an established Constitution,) of the puhlict or whether entrusted with the care of directing the laws they become our mas ters in verity. The opponents of Grant claim that if he is endorsed by the country at largo so as to effect his ro-olootion, such re-election will establish over us an imperial throne in tho White House; and when we of the South think of what we have and still undergo under Presi dent Grant without any prospect of a change the most natural feeling is to try some one else if possible To South Carolinians ...

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. — 1 May 1872

C. P. BLUME, Artist, has opened a Gallery where he is prepared to tuke Photograph**, Pagucrreotyp**, Ferrotypes, &c;, Ina few minutes at the lowest possible rates. llralb up to the Cinllcrj over Mr. F. II. II" Briggmann'a Store, if you want to obtain n a present that is always appreciated by Lovers, (Sweethearts and others, viz: Yourself* Satisfaction guaranteed. may 1-tf ?tf0TI?N "SALES. On MONDAY, 2d inst., at the residence of K. W. FENN, late residence of J. S. K. Le Owc, at 2 o'clock P. IL, Household Furniture, Beds, B?dding, Crockery, Cooking, Utensila and implement* generally used h\ the house hold. Bargain* can he had, fsotySale positive. Terms cash. may I AT THE "TIMES" OFFICE, tJirciilart?, Cards* and Posters*, Executed with itaatness and dispatch. PROFESSIONAL CAftDSt W. J. BeTreville, ATTORNEY AT L A W Odioe at Court House Square, Orangeburg, 3. C. mnh 13-lvr IZLAK & DIBBLE, ATXOU.VRY^ AT LAW, RUSSELL STREET, Orangeburg, S. C. ^as. F. Tzi.au. S. Onuu.e. rnch 6-lvr...

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. — 1 May 1872

iPOF/TIlY. "The World and the World." "If nil the world must we t lie world, Ah the world the world hath Keen, Then it were better for the world That tho world had never been! Yet if the world would roc the world Aft the world the world might hoc, Then n happier world than this old world Perhaps could never he. Oh, world that lives upon the world! Yon travel far too ?low ! ? Oh world, green grave of all the world, How wondrous swift von go." FARM AND GARDEN. A Western fanner recommends for scratches on horses an ointment made of equal parts of tar, sulphur and lard, ap plied every day. .- mm -? mm - It is said that a tree fallen w hile in leaf, and permitted to lie until the foliage withers, will season more rapidly than if the limbs are lopped off, as tho leaves draw out all the sap before they die. HomkMad andlks.?Many of our readers in the. rural districts will find that candles can be made economically by mixing a little melted beeswax with the tallow lo give durability to the c...

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. — 8 May 1872

?2 PiSR annum, y Vol 1. THE ORANGEBURG TIMES Is published eycry WEDN ESDAY, at ORANGEBURG, C. IL, SOUTH CAROLINA by HEYWAR? & BEARD. tJUBSCRiPTION RATRs: $2 a rear, in advance?$1 for six month*. JOB PRINTING in all its depaitments, neatly executed. Give us a call._ "l^^Sl?N?L CARDS. W. J. DeTreville, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office at Court House Square, Orangeburg, S. C. mcli 13-lyr XZTjAJEt & DIBBLE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, RUSSELL STREET, Orangeburg, S. C. Ja?. F. Izlar. S. Dtoble. nach 6-lyr BROWNING & BROWNING . Attorneys At. Law, Orangebuiio, C. H., S. C, Malcolm I. Browning. A. F. Browning mch 6-lyr EERSNER & DANTZLER, DENTIS T S , Orangeburg. 8. 0.. Office over store of Win. Willcok. F. FKinxKK. P. A. Dantsi.su, D. D. S. raeh l2-3ains f?eorge S. Snirer, COMMISSION MERCHANT and Wholesale Dealer in and Importer of FINE WINES, LIQUORS, ALES AND ' IIEA ifi; UllU-JEIilES, A., ttc tU^[ . Kirk Robinson, ? OKAl.KR IN B wies, Music and Stationary, and Fancy Articles, AT THE ENOlNE ...

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. — 8 May 1872

i.niiimiii H^gM^?jS TIMES. Orangehtgrg, 8. 0., Hay 8, 1872. LARGEST LfKCU-AflOrt | THE COUNTY. J. a HEY WARD, Editor. r?"~ Irina to ., - Ail articles intended for publication in the Advocate, must be accompanied with the yea! naaue of the author; not necessa rily for publication hut as a guarantee of gWl&th. 81 :oV? ? - , ^g#t iU>y of May, this year, afTorded to tb? towa of Orangeburg more excite ment and amusement than any other ai^aJ^S^wface teejyriar. ; " There were at least 2,000 spectator ou the5 ?ro*ucV that "morn to witness Uu Tournament, which owing to the exer tions of the SHtrald," Captain Jefforda was a very brilliant aflkir indeed. It was hot the' first one 'wo had seen, anu others who bad bofore witnessed like ex hibitions agreed with us that for costume, harmony, and good riding, they hao Bsver seen it surpassed. The knight* were ; at, the Old Parade Ground at 91 o'clock and after an cxperi mcaUVj^aisc^-iaueifc for the bene?b oi the horses, and a rthort experime...

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. — 8 May 1872

Cotton.?Sales for tlie week ending May 7, about }8 bales, prdinufy/lOcy; low middling 203c; middling 211. Prices Current, PREPARED FOR THE TIMES. [CORRECTED WEEKLY.] Cotton : : : ? lb 19 <u> 2T Bacon Hams :. .: U> 10 (<?) 00 " Sides : " 10 @ 11 Lard : : : " 14 ? 15 Corn : : : : bn 90 @1 00 Teas : : : : " 80 @ 00 Oats : : : : " 75 @l 00 Flour" : : : : cwt 5 GO <&6 S5 Fodder : /r?s,u*i, ?1 j2? (<jl^6?) Sweet Potatoes ? ? }p vl)u' (a) 76 Shad : : : : : : ?0&.7.B Rouizh Rice f " i 65 oj'O 00 Butter : : : : lb 25 @ 50 Eggs : : : do? <?; 15 Turkeys : : : pr 2' CO (<< 2 50 Geese : : : : " 1 00 fr. l Chickens : : : 20 @ Been Wax . : : lb ?; . 1 tli i. < . ? 10 @ 20 12 SM f- i / I* II "i ?m fyhjwf j | |f <| [j "J \?% mmm '??? ? . a FARM AND C^Itl>l::X Ko plant yicfrf* anything like as much nutriment fi-bAi the eftfne extent of soft at the banana. Baron Ilunibolctt t?fiihated* that it returns 20 times as ni'ieh as the potato, and 113 times as much a...

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. — 8 May 1872

Cotton.?Sales ibr 'the week ending May 7, about b?les> Ordimiry/ll>c$; low iniddliug 20Jc; middling 211. PREPARED FOR THE TIMES. [CORRECTED WEEKLY.] button : : : ? tb 19 @ 2r Bacon llama : lb 16 (jy OU " Sides : : " 10 ? U Lard : : : : " 14 @ 10 Corn : : : : bu 90 ?10" Peas : : : : " 80 @ 00 Oats : : : : ? 75 ?I 00 Flotrf : : i : cwt 5 GO (?0 S5 Fodder : w mm ? .1 25 (jjl 50 Sweet Potatoes :' : bu' (d) 75 Shad : ,OU*i 1? V iJBftP Roukh Rice ' "i i " 1 55" (?0 00 Butter : : : : tb 25 @ 50 Eggs : : : f 't\<ri '? 15 Turkeys : : : pr 2 00 (<< 2 5u Geese* : : : : " 1 00 f? ) 25 Chickens : : : " 20 ? 25 pecs-Wax : : : lb 10 @ 20 gf; mi IM #fl'? I ftn-f 1 ' f.i FARM AND OA U U Li N No plant yield" anything like as much nutriment ftdiri the sftfne extent o? sorl at the b'ar/aiut. Baronlluti-fboldt &fjinut?d> that it returns 20 times ns mich as the potato, and 113 times as much as the whea*. In wheat culture more dopen[6 upon the preparation of the soil than upon the Ta...

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. — 8 May 1872

O'R.iNOE?UB?.. 0O1T0N MAIGCET. ' Cotton.?Sales lor U?o weck ending May 7, about 18 bales. Ordinary lUei; low middling 20Jc; middling'211. Prices Ourrent, PREPARED FOR THE TIM KS. [CORRECTED WEEKLY.] Cotton : : : ? lb 19 6~>', 21 Bacon Ham* : : lb IG (e;. UO " Sides : : " 10 Qi:. 11 Lard : : : : " 14 ($ 15 Cora : : : : bit 90 @1 00 Peas : : : : " 80 C<? 00 Oats : : : : " 75 1 00 Flotff : : : : cwt 5 00 (</-0 85 Fodder : :-. 1 25 C'? 1 50 Sweet Potatoes : : bu (?sj 76 Shad : : : i : : ?6(n,7u Rough Rico : ! " 1 55 ?0 00 Nutter : : : : lb 25 (-?. 50 Eggs : : : j tbni (jr 15 Turkeys : : : pr 2 00 (? 2 50 Geese : : : : " 1 00 (ffi 1 25 Chickens : : : " 20 Oj 25 Bees Wax : : : lb 10 @ 20 Beef : frit" 10 ^' 12 Tallow . : " 10 ??) Wh, _ . as?.?' 1 ? ? "FARM AN D < 1A K I > 1.:N No plant yield" anything like as much nutriment from the B?frie extent. of so?l at the bur.'ana. Bftrnn lllllirlailot Svfunuted that it returns 20 titties as invdi as the potato, and 113 times as much ...

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. — 8 May 1872

..<X> * Ft* \ THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED Stock of Goods Is just being openad at the well-known STORE of GBO. H. CORNELS ON, And fin early inspection of the same ia cordially solicited, guaranteeing that it ta only neceeaary to look at those BEAUTIFUL GOODS to be indueed to buy, as no competition against them is feared. All DEPARTMENTS arc completely as sorted, the'pricea put below all COMPETITION, aud it will be the pleasure of ihe PROPRIETOR and his ASSISTANTS to show them freely and courteously. It frill well repay the trouble of giving the entire STOCK a full inspection. George H. Cornelson. WILHELM -THEODOR MULLER HAS EEPLENI3HED HIS STO'JK OP EATABLES, Ac. FIVE KINDS OF IRISH SEED POTATOES. ANOTHER LOT THOSE FINE TONGUES. PUTCH HERRINGS, LIMBURGER KASE, 1 BALTIMORE BALONYS, 8HADINES, FINE BALTIMORE CANDIED. LEAF LARD, A. No. 1?in 3 pound, 5 pound, and 10 pound cans. : * LABOE LOT OF SHOES, DRY SALT AND SMOKED SIDES, Western and Augusta Flour, ' Another Lot of lO cent H...

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. — 15 May 1872

? ?i K'') 5i\ V2 PjdR ANNUM, } "ON WE MOVE INDI?SOLUBLY FIRM; GOD AND NATURE BID TUE SAME." IN ADVANCES a Vol. 1 ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 18?2. 2STo. 4dAi^ THE OMNGEBURG TIMES Is published every W E D N E 8 D A Y, AT OBANGEBUBG, C. IL, SOUTH CAROLINA BY HEYWARD & BEARI>. UUBSCRiPTIOX BATE*: $2 a year, iu advance?$1 for six months. ' JOB PRINTING in all its depot tmcntu, neatly executed. Give us a call. W. J. DeTreville, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offiee at Court House Square, Orangebuvg, 8. C. inch 13-lvr IZI^AJB-& RIBBLE, *~ATTORNEYS AT LAW, RUSSELL STREET, Ornngeburg, S. C. Jas. F. Ixi.ab. S. Dhum.k. mch G-lyr _ BROWNING & BROWNING Attorneys At l\rvw\ Oraxqerurg, C. II., S. C, Malcolm I. Browxixo. A. F. Bitowxixa inch G-lvr I'ERSNEIl & DANTZLER, jd ic ?j rr r s t s , Orangeburg, S. 0., Office over store of Win. WiHeok. F. Febsskb. P. A. Dant/.i.!:?, i). I). S. inuli I?-'Iuum G-eorge S. Shirer, COMMISSION M K R C IIA N T Axn Wholesale Dealer in ami Im...

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. — 15 May 1872

THE ORANGEBURG TIME?. Orangeburg, 8. 0., Hay 15, 1872. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CPUNTY. J. 8. HEYWARD, Editor. Our Duty In this Campaign, as Southern Hen. Wo sec by the papers that the National Democratic Convention is to be held next mouth, ^Oth.) at the City of Balti more, and that ono reason why this city was chosen as tho place of meeting, was to tvoid the.pressure which has developed rtrong sympathy in the liberal Republi can nomination of Grceley and Brown. This, looks as though there is some chance of an independent Democratic nomination, which we look upon as en suring to Grant his re-election. This we regard as the direst curse that can befall the South. This campaign must bo fought out by us under the black tlag principle?party lines are of liMlc mo ment to us, who struggle for freedom from actual bondage, political and personal; and wc must enter the field assured that we must win or be forever lost. An other decade of Radicalized emancipa tion, and the day of prosperit...

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. — 15 May 1872

Why does a waiter resemble a horse? Because he runs for the plate. The poor and unfortunate citizens of Fairfield, are being persecuted into sub mission. Brown has been re-nominated for Gov ernor of Tennessee, by the State Demo cratic Convention? To undertake to reason n girl out of love, is as absurd as would be the attempt to extinguish Vesuvius with a glass of water. A barber in a village on the Hudson River advertises himself as "The Phren ological Hair Cutter and Delectable Shaver." Time is the cradle of hope and the grave of existence. It deprives beauty of its charms, while it transfers them to her picture. An Irishman being asked, on a late trial, for a certificate of his marriage, ex hibited a huge scar on bis bead. The evidence was satisfactory. Poetry is the ilower of literature; prose is tho corn,potatoes, and meat; satire is the aquafortis; wit is the spice and pep per; love-letters are the honey and sugar; and letters containing remittances are apple-dumplings. Child?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. — 15 May 1872

POETRY. The Day Dawneth. by mrs. elizabeth oakes smith. tip to the mountains of our God Ol? 1 weary pilgriln hie; With broken Btafl'y and feet unBhod, And half despairing cry. Ye only mark the uplifted rod. Ye only yield the aigh? Oh! faint of heart! lift up your eye?, Behold how breaks the day I Oh I deafoned years! along the skies The |oyous tabrets play; Awake, ye feeble souls urine; The Master calls away. Stoop down, dear I^ord! speak very low, Lest we, amid the noise Of maddening sin nnd weary woe, May hardly dare rejoice} May fail thy dulcet notes to know, Nor hear thy loving voice. Oh! foot-sore pilgrims! heed ye not The flinty path ye tread; The Muster's feet the path have wrought, The night duwn wet his head; Your sorrowing tears aie not forgot For He the like hath shed. Oh! feeble soul! depressed by fetfr, Behold how breakH the light; Trust the dear Lord, and ye shall hear The f? Ag? he gives at night; Though hang tho dark clouds ovor near, The lining still is bright. FARM...

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. — 15 May 1872

POETRY. Tho Day Dawneth. BY MRU, ELIZABETH OAK ES SM1TU. Vp to the mountains of our Got! Oil 1 weary pilgrim hie; With broken eta (1) and feet unshod, And half despairing cry. Ye only mark tho uplifted rod. Ye only yield the sigh* Oh! faint of heart! lift up your eyes, Behold how breaks the day! Oh ! deafoned years! along the skies The joyous tabrets play; Awake, ye feeble souls arise; The Master calls away. Stoop down, dear Lord ! speak very low, Lest wc, amid the noise Of maddening sin and weary woe, May hardly dare rejoice; May fail thy dulcet notes to know, Nor hear thy loving voice. Oh I foot-sore pilgrims! heed ye not Tho flinty path ye trend; The Master's feet the path have wrought", The night dews wet his head; Your sorrowing tears aie not forgot For He the like hath shed. Oh I feeble soul! depressed by feaff, Behold how breaks the light; Trust the dear Lord, and ye shall hear The si ngi he gives at night; Though hang tho dark clouds over near, The lining still is bright. FA...

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. — 22 May 1872

$2 Pj5R annum, }? "On we move indissoluble firm; "Vol. 1 THE ORANGEBURG TIMES Id published every WEDNESDAY, at ORANGEBURG, C. IL, SOUTH CAROLINA by HEY WARD & BEARD. bunscniTTiox rates: $2 a fair, in advance?$1 for nix months. JOB PRINTING in all its depai tmcnts, neatly executed. Give u> a call. W. J. DeTreville, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office at Court House Scpiare, Orangcburg, 8. C. mch 13-lyr izla.'r & IDIBBIjE;,] ATTORNEYS AT LAW, | _ RUSSELL STREET, Orangeburg, S. C. Jas. F. Izi.ar. S. Dit.iu.k. mch 6-lyr BROWXLVG & BROW-VING Attorneys At Lmav, Oka.no euu no, CIL, S.C, Malcolm I. Baowxixu. A. F. Bnowxmo inch 6-lyr FERSNER & DANTZLER, TD 33 1st t t s t s , Orangeburg, S. C, Office over store of Wm. Willcok. F. Feussbk. P. A. Dantm.ku, IX 1). S. mch 12-Rinofl George S. Shirer, C O M M 18 SI ON M F. RC II AN T AVI) Wholesale Dealer in and Importer of EISE WINKS, LIQUOItS, ALES AXJj HE A VY (1 HOC Ell I ES, ?(?., ?Cr. fi b H-.'tmo<? Kirk Robinson, 11 joky, Millie an...

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. — 22 May 1872

THE ORANGEBURG TIMES. Orange burg, S. 0.. May 22, 1872. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY. J. 8. HEYWARD, Editor. Let all in Favor of the Motion Stand Up. Now, young men, in the timo for you to insert your right to have nnd exercise your ot^U political ideas. If we stand by and allow ourselves Ukbo induced by men, because they happen to haw been bom a few years-before us, to that course winch cannot promise either dignity or success, it is criminal in tho extrcmc> and we alone ore the criminals. The next Presi dential election offers our last desperate chance nt redemption. Tho question is can wo act with dignity and with fore sight. Mr. Stephens says that to endorse Gre?ley is to worship I3aal. Now, leaving out the question as to whether Mr. Stephens has a right to use his influence to the restriction of others' actions, and all argument tis to the policy of Mr. Stephens carying out his own sugges tions; it is plain that what might be very good for Georgia may not be at all so f...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
x
Loading...
x
x