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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 June 1869

Im iil ?1 ft W ?>n (?*}>t 11 >-*>:yi?< ?*<? !K* (frw r*t* -"?f *<? ??? 1! ???. ? -???Tiri 9<ti akt?r> t??i .um ... : ?'? unm%M TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. 4 ? 1 11 ????BCrtMMfcMMK -r- ? VOLUME 3. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 19. 1869. -T In the Nineteenth Ward bordering P? little two-story frame house, covering; al most an entire square, surrounded by a beautiful garden, the occupant and own er ol which though a German, is what we call one of tho self-made mon of New Yotfk, and ranks among the wealthiest. Though a man of little Of no education, it would make one's blood run cold to states to his daring exploits, and the ?teM^.jkjr.qutures. that he has passed through \iwder the streets of eur ssty. Some fifteen years ago, he landed in this couwtry", a perfect strahgof, and with but little money. This ho had the pleasing satisfaction, if euch we may call it, ol being robbed of on his very first night in the city, at a German boarding house iu Greenwich street. His voca...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 June 1869

fr? M . ?1 ft >? ?th? ?tt-rttfj. 1a ,t?M << * ??'? i*i !>??* (frw ?? ,???#? ?41 *?? ? ^ir/if : ?f? =3 AaVaoifi?ffW ?St y ?auUV V? Jh*n?t<j -H? kj> n?i S>? ; ? I ?*?<' .* " ' murnzk mu -"TT?~ ^iw^K .V)r>V&*Ol?. A ? imn vff? teffj '.'n"1 I? 1 r~" -ft-.A \,\ aO!3 ^lISTD o?b^?ountry, ? ri -irr VOI^JME 3. SATURDAY MORNIfTCr, JUNE 19, 1869. itailoiav ditntl ? ..is NUMBER* IST? --??"- ? ?< ? * .'..".*'" ------- -*-itti ?in?'*' ' IsTlhaiWnilshfclb Urd?-4og OA, the ^ River; can he seen a very heat little two-atorj frame Auaee^ i^^eTKPgV a,t atxwt ao entire square, surrounded by a bmntiful gardon, the occupant and own er of / artaieatuhartagh a German, is what we <*ff,odef^i^ Of New Yo8V<nndrattk* ainong the weaUhicst. Though of matt of little of no education, it would make one's blood -no cold to tieftet^ to hh)T daring exploits, and the .^iTOUturea that he, has pisku4 threllgh !Mor 4he ^streets ?f<ovr easy. IH* J?va, ?gq. hcmodea U\ th 1b cotMt?y&g...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 June 1869

ORANGEBURQ NEWS ?SffOSSAY, Jt'NE 19, 18??. ? C ANDRE WS, Editor. /. BROWNING, Assotimts^ J. JllMMBI JTXYJf&S, Astockttt. Correspondence. -?Pomp, Jane 14th, 1860. Irr Township Officers mm %mf?[ hft +>4fy, To suy that lAiryfhing passed off quietly would nut rgtatassoay ftbd accord of ac c^rasctcrizcd the whole pro Never have we seen an affair Of tue kiud bettor conducted; uevor bate conflicting and jarring interests been better or more perfectly harmonised, 6*4 tfc* highest praise is due to those Hfcwyiliipated and united in producing Uua&appy result. white and colored who were that occasion deserve all that esn be bestowed upon waiving prejudices and ael t, were wiiiing to unite for a and mutual benefit. . Up to the day of the election, no tick et had been nominated; neither party understanding the course of the others. Tho polls were opened and no ticket was At this juncture of affairs several present, suggested to all who ant assembled, a concert and -^niiy ?f action. Th...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 June 1869

0BAN8EB?R9 NEWS , JUNE 19, 1869. . -1_ CANUM JE WS, ?ditor. /. BROWNING, Atfomiy MEVBRS, Aatociatt. Correspondence. ' Pcmp, Juuo Mtl., 1860. Jfee election for Township Officers *ft fcfW r,Toim* that off quietly would not aud accord of ao the whole pro ?M04' N?m have we seen an affair it Wb kiud bettor cod ducted; never conflicting and jarring interests n?or? perfectly harmonised, praise is due to those and netted in producing AMknypy wank. white and colored who were that occasion deserve all that earn be bestowed upon waiving prejudice* and sel were willing to unite for a end mutual benefit. ? Up to the day of the election, no tick et had been nominated; neither party undesstanding the course of the others. The polls were opened and no ticket was out. At Utk juncture of affairs several gentlemen present, suggested to all who Wmtt present assembled, a concert and unity of action. The idea was greeted and welcomed by all present, and very noon, all Jwere attentive and iuteresicd :n hi...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 June 1869

TBS UKANG^BUR? NEW8 18 TBS ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED I? ?fcAflGKBURG COUNTY, AND PAYS WEEKLY VI8ITS TO EVERY HOUSE AND HAMLET IN THE COUNTY. M.t l<U"L'iltjr< ... ,. ill ?? I j I ' Mr. T. O. Dnwson requests us to state to the public that bo knew nothing of | his namo being placed on tho Rudical Ticket for Township Officers. Thnt ho is a Democrat and as such could uot con scientiously run on an pat and out Radi cal Ticket. We understand the Census Takers will soou commence their labors, and we woutu eiaie again thai alt'-male* beiweeo the $ges of eighteen and sixty five will hare to enrol) their uanios iu the militia, and tall applications wiisJiing exemption will have to be made to the Adjutaut General, after enrolment. Vtft '?XIX Century" Publication Company at Charleston have brought out n gem in the way of Magasiuo Litera ture. The Sketches of the War, and Running the Bloekado are graphic, and there is not an uninteresting paragraph between the covers. The humorous pic ture* alon...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 June 1869

THE ORANGEB?RG NEWS PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBURG, 8. C. Every Saturday Morning. ?:o:? ANDREWS cb It ALL, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. ?:o>? TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. ?m Copy for one year. $2.00 ? *\ ?? Six Months... 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for.* Clnb of New Subscribers, will receivo an BXTP.A COPY for ONE YEAR, froo of ?karge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, fVf a (Rub of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for 8IX MONTHS, free of ; ?:o:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.60 " 2d " .m. 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or ?ne inch of Advertising apace. AdtniniBtrator'8 Notices.$5 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not exceeding one Square, inserted without charge. IV Terms Cash in Advance, "?a POETRY. [ren TUR OHANQK3LKO NKWS.] Lines to Martha-. Bv M. MuM. I love you, I love you, for little I care What others may think, to me thou art fair ; I've loved thee long, as my heart knew love, I've...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 26 June 1869

.VI x-> r * TW? DOLLARS PER ANNUM, y f SiAufi vi ?ifj?te>ifct* tu t?J ' ? vP-; ????.?jdi Vit Lhb "tail tftioy$n Wvn ? \ fei/ ? ill iliiw ooflalai* :m -.Ii "t > ?vnlMj_r I n ?brlll*| o>- l. ,fe'AYA~ff<il? \ mguJit' ? I. ;.AA?-\V **<?Vt .V _:_1_L^J ?iw innSTelooT Imr. ?Triu?fj .inj .: iii z.-.l sHi (,???'{ 'iJ fmiiri? ?>m i?d qiilt-jiiwrT '?g Hif?jri c HA VOLUME vi |irtt4 ?:t ? tjl u' Ml SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 26, lUi .._i ..-Iii -?mit oilj *c .w/'tnoB 9dl Ho | ALWAY8 IN A?\?iHHil4 fM0 ? ' ? _ > ?'' : ? ?? '?' *" ? ? ? ? ? ? ? TiTT "' "iff A Homo in tho Ocean. Let us visit Minot Light House now, While this stortn is nt full power. This ledge is covered by water, except for n short time at, very low tide. It risos in Bostort'b^yi about twenty miles from )Joalo*s and one utile and a half from C&kasffcf.. * Into it are fitted and bolted down tho stones of the tower, which are dovetailed and bolted into each other in each u fashion that no stone can he moved wi...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 26 June 1869

?~--~- ; -\ yjy\ ^-" TWO DOLLARS PER A-NNUM. )? VOLUME 3. Ht* .*.-??? jar b*??l 1><> > ft i ?y>r ?_ .,' ; i -aw 2U j4 IdtfCiv J^p/rr A <(-HT iiift l/tw wan a1io<! y>? rralu, !??.?. ?otal nin^m Ifiw li tri A Oil I iffitr ?viriaJoUDj .lot'-.r ui zni :?d) ^/kj '4 boiicp _L GOD ^ISTX) OTT I urOTTNTIiY. TW-?.' >?a* ,1....1. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 26, i. ? f*,til u(h h?r. .^L - .?wind ? l^AaitiL^. * - tpd^nwoT irieovi mm ?K .B'AVKWOS? .? *.M>\ja?AT ir.?- .mmummmrnmtMm .13A ?di "t" L? ? fit ,'>??'! j -?tiL 'itfi 1.* >)3oia Tfa|MaMW nillal ?? i ? i ^^^^ ? . i as i!??itvoiiL adl uj Jwidva vd Ii<:<!' aid* 1 rix'i'vr dot imiJ od? ot kc , " ? rta% -jdl {livdl A Homo in tho Ocean. Let jn tWt Minqt Light House now, while this storm is at full power. This ledge ia covered by water, except for a short time at vejy low >VWg- It risaajn Boston bay, about twenty miles from Boston and one mile and a hulf from Cooasscf. "* Into it are fitted and bolted down t...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 26 June 1869

h . .a ? w -a^<\w\ .v ? ??? - .. .. J.UIIUJI' i MMtM iw ii<i* rii>:j imic 'i'd;-! ii zal -/ij t?q -i i:WtittM TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. J () I ) \ N 1 ) oil Rj^epTJNTltY. i M AHO hit ).?/. IJA ALWAY8 IN ADVAWfi 1 VOLUME 3. V? ; 'a. i t SATURDAY MORNINU, JUNE 26, 1809. ' HOI1 ^tiiil? J A Homo in the Ocean. Let us yisit Minot Light House now. While this storm is at full power. This ledge im covered by water, except for a short time at very low tide. It risos in Boston bay, about twenty miles from BostoW und one mile and a hit If from Cohnssct. Iuto it are fitted and bolted down tho stones of the tower, which are dovetailed and bolted into each other in euch u fashion that no stone can he moved without lifting tower and ledge with it. The tower, light and all, is 111 feet in height; all over it, clean to the very top, the waves arc dashing. Does not their thunder make your very heart tremble ? But these keepers tell you there is no danger! For forty f et the towers are built up s...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 26 June 1869

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS ?ATT KF/A V, Jl'NE 26, 1869. TU AD. C*. ANDREWS, Editor. MALCOLM /. BROWN/NO, Attoeiat J. FELDER MEYERS, Aitoriate. Township Officer: in-information of our readers wo have prepared a synopsis of the duties of the recently elected officers of the dif ferent Townships in the County, which may lie o&aftajstnnee-to them'in their ar rangement and oonstruction of their du ties aafSKttrlUd'ia the* A el of Septem ber 2?th, 1968. By this Act "tho inhabitants of every toWnship are declared to be a body po litic, and corporate," and may exercise all the rights and priviledges of corpora tion*. They may sue and be sued, prose cute and defend suits at law, appointing necessary ogetats or attorneys iu their behalf. They may hold real estate, and convoy the same, may hold personal estate and convey the same, for the good of the inhabitants, and may hold real and personal estate in trust for the sup port of schools Ac., may make contracts tot their corporate property. At leg...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 26 June 1869

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS 8ATUKJIA1, JUKE 26, 18?9. . TBAD. C. AND It EWS, Editor. MALCOLM I. BROWNING, Auotiat\ J. FELDER^ MEYERS, Astoriate. | Township Officers. n tafwrntion of our readers we have prepared a, synopsus of the duties of the recently elected officers of the dif ferent Townships in the County, which opAriatarce to them/in their ar SSSgSSStSt end seas!metion of thoir du ties as prilfrlW thirAcl of Scptein Mt*c38rw'??nV ?Jty tfiwA^'tho inhabitants of every tcVrAhty are declared to be a body po litic, and corporate," and may exercise all the rights and priviledges of corpora tions. They may sue and be sued, prose cute and defend Suits at law, appointing necessary agents or attorneys in their heWf." They may hold real estate, and convey the same, umy hold personal estate and convey the same, for the good of-the inhabitants, and may hold real and personal estate in trust fur the sup port of schools Ac., may make contracts foHSelt*VftrpofnA^'proporty. At legal meetings they may ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 26 June 1869

ORANGEBURG NEWS SATURDAY, JINE 26, 1869. [ MAD C. ANDREWS, Ld?or. MALCOLM /. BROWNING, At toe tat J. FELD Ell MEYERS, Atuxiate. Township Officers, For the information of our readers we prepared a synopsis of the duties of the recently elected officers of the dif ferent Townships in ?eJCo^nty, which ?Wflfc ifllMiiilLJjfctb0na?n their ar rangemcDt and construction of their du ties as gMtlH/lfrSn tne-?d of Sbpteui bft2?A, 1868. ~ . . ;^thh>,A"ct;''tho inhabitant* of every tcVt#ki?'a*e declared to he a body po litic, and corporate," and may exercise ajTtpe tfgh^ and priv Hedges of corpora tions. They may suo ?nd be sued, .prose cute and defend! finita at law, appointing neceamry. agents or attorneys in their behalf. They may hold real estate, nn?l&nVejr tho same, tuny hold personal esta^ft and convey the same, for the good of the iuhnbitant*, and may hold real and personal estate in trust fur the sup port of schools Ac., may make contracts loll!lW?rpofnt?;'property. At legal meet...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 26 June 1869

THE ORANGER!! RG NET5? IS j *HR ONLY PAPER PUB/'I8HKD IN ORANGEBURG COUNTY, AND PAY8 WEEKLY VISITS TO EVERY HOUSE AND HAMLET IN THE COUNTY. It is with sorrow we anuounce the do cease to oar midst of tho estimnblo lady of oar worthy Sheriff, Mr. Harpin Riggs. .She died on the 22d inst. After long suf fering she bus passed to a better world. She leufeafw^ili^l ShAenLa ft?ting husband*, and many warm' friends to' mourn her early death. Rev. S. B. Sawyer, we learn, will hold Pilje wrvfoo in the Orongeburg Bap tist Church usual hour. *?4AiJlk/to-n-.orrow morning at the One of our Associates had a trip over in Colletou tho last week, and reports the crops to be in a remarkably prosperous condition. Messrs. John p. Stecker & Co. have commenced operations for theeroction of j a fine store on their lot, on Main street. The Comity Jail, under thy supervis ion of Mr. John Lucas, is r.ipidly ap proaching completion. Maj. T. W. Whai.ky, a veteran and eueccfstul Cotton Pluntcrof this County, ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 26 June 1869

I Sil ED AT ORANGEB?RG, 8. C. Every Saturday Morning. ANDREWS <v- HALL, , RS AND, PROPRIETORS. 10 iidiiiilL ' TERMS OS SUBSCRIPTION. Copy for one year..{. $2.00 44 Six Months. 1.00 Any ose sending TEN DOLLARS, for a "lib of New Subscribers, will receive tin TPk XJOTY for ONE YEAR, free of| ^ Am* one aending FIVE DOLLARS, t^tfb OP. New Rubnerihorm. will reeeivo TA COPYtorSIX MONTn8, free of | ?:c*? RATES Of ADVERTISING. . 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.00 j\. ?a . loo ASqwafe consists of 10 lines BreVier or sitk *? Advertising apace. aihttlnUtrator's Notices, .$f> 00 i Advertisements inserted upon the alarms. \ / . ?:o:? MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, Ml exceeding one Square, inserted without charge. Terms Cash in Advance. -?t POETRY. I'm Growing Old. The following stanxas first appeared in the Andovcr Advertiser, and are said to liavo been Written by a bi.ly of New York city : 'I'm growing old?'tis Mirely ?; And yei how short it seems Since I was bat & sportive child, >g chi...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 26 June 1869

USONEWS SP . g B 7BLISHED AT ORANGEBURG, S. C. Every Saturday Morning. ANDREWS <*? //a/,, I RS AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS Of SUBSCRIPTION. Wno Copy for one yeAr1..... $2.00 I m ?? six Months. 1.00 Any on? sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Clnb qf New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of | charge. Any oae tending FIVE DOLLARS. fak? Club qY. New Subscribers, will receive taT.XTRA COPY tof 8IX MONTHS, free of | oh arge. - - <v ? :o:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. . I flquare 1st Insertion. $1.00 ?i yj-, 9m ?**R .::.a.........J[ l.fc ?fiahHaof 10 lines BrcVier or Sfc* ia*? *f Advertising epaee. tor's Notices,'.$5 00 Advertisements inserted upon the 1 terms., _ \./ J MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, Mt exoocding one Square, inserted without charge. ?:o:? NT Terms Cash in Advance. POETRY. Old. The following stanzas first appeared in the Anuover Advertiser, and me said to ha?u been written by a lady of New York city : l^.Jrrowing old^? tis surely so; And yet how short it seems Sin...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 3 July 1869

- T}ie Diggnised Heiress. Ml . 1 _ ?ftUs Vornon sat thoughtfully at her "window plunged in doep thought. This siced Dot be wondered at, for the question ''upon which she wos pondering affected Iser deeply. She was an heiress, having coipe into possession, at her majority, of fifty thou aand dollars. Sho was prepossessing in her appearance, and this, as was natural . added to the report of hor wealth, which, as usual was considerably exaggerated, brought her suitors in plenty. Among them she made choice of William Winsor, and in a few weeks thoy were to bo mar ried. William was engaged in the wholesale clothing business, aud had the reputation - of being n sharp and active man of business, j He was of good appcarnuco, and as fur us Could be judged, was a good innteh even for the heiress. Nothing to his preju . dice had come to her cars until the day before. A poor woman hud come to the door in evident poverty, and asked for relief. On being questioned, she said she had been employed ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 3 July 1869

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS SATURDAY, JUYL 3, 1869. THAD. C. ANDREWS, Editor. MALCOLM I. DROWNING, Atsociat ^jf. FELDER MEYERS, Associate. The Fourth of July. Nations have their birth-days as well as individuals. Time in its progress, . becomes pregnant with great ideas, the germ grows in its seminary womb, and at the proper moment "is born into the world." The anniversary of these birth days are ooeasions of jubilant joy. 4 * The land of Columbus hails among bor memorial days the Fourth of July, as the brightest in the culandcr. Those waifs, floating upon tho bosom of tho untried ocean of experiment, drifting from the over-crowded omporiu of Eu ropean civilisation, germinating iu the virgin soil of a new world, united and attracted by the rympathy of enterprise, of danger and of hope, moulded their in terests into a grand community of des tiny. The wonderful Utopia, of which I* Columbus had told tho gorgeous legend, - bad scarcely been reduced to a reality ; nor the El Dorado of marvellous...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 3 July 1869

LOCAL, . SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1869. THE ORANGEBURG NEWS IS *HE ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED IN ORANGEBURG COUNTY, AND 1?AY8 WEEKLY VISITS TO EVERY HOUSE AND HAMLET - IN THE COUNTY. Thb Payment of Taxes.?Our readers will observe from the advertise ment of the County Treasurer, that he Will soon eall on thorn for the amount of their Taxes, and wo would advise overy one from whom the law demands a tax, to pay it, if possible. It has to be paid, there is no way to escape it that we j know of, and if not paid by the owner of the property, additioaul expenses will be attached, as a natural ennsequeuce, and perhaps much property change hands at ^? sacrifice. We regret to hear some of <our citizens say they do not intend to make an effort to pay their taxes, that the Treasurer may scli, &c. We believe -the majority of our people own more land than they can make profitable by holding the 6umc, and if they so desire could dispose of what thoy do not actu ally need, at perhaps, a fair rcnumera tio...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 3 July 1869

^^ANGEBURG NEWS PUBLISHED AT ORANGEB?KO, 8. C. Every Saturday Morning. ?:o:? ANDREWS & HALL, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. ?:o:? TERMS OF-SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy tfljr one year. $2.00 I ?? ?? : ?? Six Months. 1.00 Any ene sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Clnb of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, frco of &ttttUfc*: Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, ? far i* Club of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of ?:o:-? RATES OF ADVERTISING. [uare 1st Insertirn. $1.50 2d ? . 1.00 juare consists of 10 lines Brevier or one inch of Advertising spaoo. Administrator's Notices, .$5 00 f r<?t tract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not ezoeeding one Sguare, inserted without ?barge. ?to:? P&~ Terms Cash in Advance. "X?a POETRY. -?p? [rOK TUK OBANOKBl'nO NEW8.J The re's Beauty Everywhere. 380 bt a. a. n. There's beauty in the rising sun, And beauty through the day ; re's beauty in the evening shade, ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 10 July 1869

?--n TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. 1 ?????' ? ? ! l' ? ? _;_i-?- ? VOLUME 3. rtj^r.? ffn ^9? . in .?ffDlipCfTTl ? .11 dt uuiifI '?.!< , tl .>i.; -..{I jwii \ ." . 'fllKJ n[ .1 ! 'lu',iV ? . -_:a(i hi ) ? :....l-^tii ^ A ?.AC>?j.Vh? ? i n i i nan?ammm? .. ... , '? :?- ! ^ GrOD -AJSTD OTJH ^^TTTvrmT)^ '"'' -L ALWAY8 IN I i-VTl'n, i i .,-mV -r-rrw-J.WWW->r~rrtr FBfF SATURDAY MORN.^4 JULY 10, 1869. I .'H til ?+fl I_Im. Uli lUii. i'T/ i t>m? .? ??;{} *? |fj ? - - ? ? 1?!$ Uutttl n ij ?viirl i Un.it ill v f f-.xii (HUB ??(!: Ui.j'f ??' *?; BSt?-ft*-.^! r r. .TT? : ??? .! . V The cotton crop, grown over eo widely extended nn area of country, nnd passing in its process from seed to shipment through so many hands, has yet been reduced to figures so exact that few articles of commerce can be statistically considered with equal precision. The immense advantage of the tabular state ment in .respeetj of cotton lies, of course, in its enabling us to make conjectural estimates of the futur...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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