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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 24 September 1874

CURIOUS AND SCIENTIFIC New Fobd,?Tljo English papers note the claim of the Dutoh ohomist who professes to havo discovered what he calls " the successor of steam/' which he gives the soientiflo name of carbole urn. It in a form of carbolic acid, and Mr. Bemis, the discoverer, says it oan be made to perform many of the duties now performed by steam, besides being much more portable and more quickly available. The beauty of the discovery to the English mind, supposing it to be of practical importance, is that it will lead to the utilization of the chalk cliffs and lime deposits of England, so that as the end of coal mining draws near a new resource for fuel will be available. Bismuth.?M. Oarnot reperts'tho dis covery of a bed of bismuth in the mountainous region which separates the departments of Bresse and Dordogne. The bed has been known to him for a considerable time, but notnntil reoently has he found that it oan be profitably worked. It occurs in combination with lead, antimony, i...

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. — 24 September 1874

CURIOUS AND SCIENTIFIC. New Furl.?Tho English papers note the claim of the Dutch chemist whc professes to have disoovered what he calls " the successor of steam," which he giveB the aoientiflo name of carbele nm. It is a form of carbolic acid, and Mr. Bemis, the discoveror, says it can be made to perform many of tho duties now performed by steam, besides being much more portable and more quickly available. The beanty of the discovery to the English mind, supposing it to be of practical importance, is that it will lead to the utilization of the ohalk cliffs and lime deposits of England, so that as the end of coal mining draws near a new resource for fuel will be available. Bismuth,?M. Onrnot reperts'tho dis covery of a bed of bismuth in the mountainous region which separates the departments of Breese and Dordogne. The bed has been known to him for a considerable time, but not until recently has he found that it can be profitably worked. It occurs in combination with lead, antimony, i...

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 October 1874

j\.tk Indopondent 3b?apei- Devoted to tUe Interests of tlio People, volume iii. orangeburg, south carolina, thursday, october 1, 1874. -.1:?Ul j IH ^'tf-'JftjH', 1 numbeO^, THE JrXtTHER BIDE. ^^^^^^ BY JOHN W, CHADWICK. Climbing the mountalnM ehaggy oroat, I wondered much what eight would greet My eager tfnzo wheno'or my fo t Unon tbo topmost bol(;ht ehould rent.- . 1 uMbJuur^eAA nSowfl ;1 I IJ / ?? ?^Wrae I Blowiystolled along, ? " w Sweeter to mo than any song My dream of visions to bo shown. Mcanwhllo tbo mountain shrubs distilled Their sweetness all along my way, And tho delicious summer day My hoatf with rapture overfilled. At length the topmost height was gained ? . r,. - The hither sldo was full in vio.v; | | My dreams - not one of them was true, But bettor far bad I attained. ; v Tit' For far and wiflo on, either band s V *f ft Thoro strttohod a vaileynroad and faU\, v With groennoas flashing everywhere? A ploasaut, smiling, homo-like land. Who known, I Ihongbt', but el ?twW...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 1 October 1874

ORAISGEBURG TIMES. I OKANOEBURG.S. C, OCTOBER 1,1874. , ~STILE8 B, MELLICHAMP, miioV ?57 W. WHITBIHEAD, Pl'BUBirfcB and Business Manaqek." 5?&. IV? ar? tn no way responsible for tho view* or opinion* of our Correspondents. THE SUN AUD THE TIMES. We regret that our remarks in our last issuo in opposition to the course of the Charleston Sun in discouraging the Independent Republican movement should have been rhisconstrue*d by that paper. That we meant no "unjust im putation," we think. is clearly ,shovai by our expression in the very local.re ferred to, that "we have no doutot the Sur it sincere and friendly to the Con votive cause." We did not mean to insinuate, in the slightest degree, that the editor of the Sun was designingly lending assistance to the Ring, for we have too much confidence in his sincerity, and too ex alted an opinion of his independence, as exhibited in all his editorials; but we simply meant, as one of tho people, to record our honest dissent from his; judgme...

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

LOCAL ITEMS. ORANOEBUuG, S. C OCT. i, 1874. Sum Mr. KlRK ??nnhxm la authorised to :o)Icct and receipt for advertisements and sub.criptions to the Time*. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy for one year, - $2.00 " * " Six Month*, - - - 1.00 Our friends wishing to have advert isementa inserted in Hi* TIMES, Inusl hand them in by Monday morning, 10 o'clock. Rally Conservatives 13 Come out to tlie meeting on *~ i~ ?u t'i rn*m> T$ftf> weather, on Monday was yery etorniy, but on Tuesday delightful. The Independent movement is gain ing strength in all parts of the State. The valuable communication signed **H." vtilb appear, in Our? next, Being | too late for this issue. -?,. Pa,'.i,' -'-VMfJ^ q Ckvu, who recently killed Brown ing, Trial Justice at Bamberg, has been tried and acquitted. Ex-Governor Perry & out in a letter 1 in the Phoenix favoring the endorse ment of Green for Governor. Moses appealed to Grant for troops to put down riots in Edgeficld county, but was rcfiissd by the l...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 1 October 1874

- I,,, ... in My;-ui'.i n " i.i ;U8T ,?ti.n*'I ! . 'POOLING. ? i.; <it ifflvHtit* How Uoctor UmlcrWoofl Knllvcn* Bura ?i! ? logaln a netting- Way. ;-' .'> ,v., Go or go Alfred To war, end Im? boon -writing some sauoy letters to the Chi cago Tribune,, desorip^ns ;oL ioenoa and incidents,' about tqe racing" courso at Saratoga. We olip tho following, tho co illusion of Iiis last letter : Look at those row a of chairs, filled with an orderly audionco of all sooial shades and motives. Underwood's voice is going like a koMlo-drum : "Going, going, there 1 gone, Madge is sold for 81.125. Now how muoh am J bid for Fadlndoon? Fifty dollars for Fadladeen. Only $50 for Fadladeen, 1 ho child of Potoon, whose dam was Dublin Brogue, who80rfJf Ather was the great Snorting Arabian. And what am I bid. for Fadladeen? Oh, he is a fome diorte. Fifty-five dollars, one hundred, two hundred I arid fifty 1 Oh, now, upon my, worrud, that ;is too bad for Fadladeen. . Three' hundred. and twenty-five 'for...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 8 October 1874

..ft sJ. -v.l ' ^ Indepenaent .Paper DeVoted to the Interests ot the Peo ^rivr^ tW > ?'>-??s!'1 -8" ?tf?kGEgmtG, south Carolina, , ^m^g^^&B^^^J'Z;; Km <* Thor jro blossoms in the garden sweet and fair; There's a sense of wondrous fragrance In the air : aaaaterikeeteasawdow-graes in ewajdue^eMesasaeinaeieai Tbo ilcklo breere obeying ; And tno daisies lift their whlto heads everywhere.. ? Uff, Fly hither and flSflkhlthor In their mirth. And tho bees about Uio b'iitterenp? or roimd/ I 'r\ /v With a busy, humming, droning sound, And they gather all tbo sweetness Of tho summer-day's completeness. V A * \ \ Whore tho fleldk with do ver-bloh-aomri most abound; Thero are fleecy clouds above me soaring high. , . Light and lazily, across tbo aznre sky,: { .1 I. .1 There are shadows Bhlftlng lightly as tho sunbeams follow brightly: And tho day lu peacofiU beauty passoth by. , . And a sltv'ry srfnna of BomhtngTOBiQay \^ From within the grand old formats come to me ; Tis tho tiuy br...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 8 October 1874

OR?fl QEBIJRG TIMES. I 0RAN0EBt)R8,S.C, OCTOulk 8, l?7gi ' -- - ? ? STILES It. MELLIOHAMP, Editor, O. W. WHITEHJ3A?;' Publisher ard Busursss Manager. t<gu IV? are t'n no toay raporuriSfc /or <A? views or opinions of our Correspondents. TEE INDEPENDENT BEPUBLICAN CANDIDATES. Judge John T. Green, the candidate of the Independent Republican Con vention for Governor, is a native of Bumter, was always a Union than, and has, since the war, been an honest and consistent Republican, against whom the Ring seem* to be unable to bring any other complaint than that he would vote for the Civil Rights hill, if he were in congress, a fact which will certainly 'make him more acceptable to the col ored people, and which cannot possibly do the whites any harm in the Guber natorial capacity. Martin R. Delaney, the candidate for Lieutenant Governor, is a black man, a native of Virginia, thoroughly educated, and,in every respect a deep thinker, able writer, and practical scholar. . For many years ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 8 October 1874

? LOCAL ITEMS. ORANGEBURG. S- C. OCT. 8, 1874-? 86"F* Mr. Kirk Romnson is authorized to ,-ollect and receipt for advertisements and ?ub.criptions to tho Times, 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. ? We are informed that Rev. D. W. Cuttino will preach at San tec church, next Sunday,on the subject of Baptism. We advise any of our readers, who Wish to purchase a buggy, to examine the one advertised in another column. It is ono of the most convenient in town._ We have a communication from "A. B." which,-together with another from "C. D." is pressed out of this issue. They will both appear in oUr next, however, even if we getone from "E.F" Mrs. Oliver, the widow of the late Col. T. W. Oliver, has become an assis tant in Mr. Mellichamp's school. She is fully competent, and peculiarly fitted for teaching young children, and we wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 8 October 1874

?MM t TO r- " Tl t. T ?T ?t<b .n* ..USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. LiilT ,?(Tirtt?n f . ? .'if'.Tlft- ? Xti;ia ? SwfiB op WAOON-Wnjpana, r-riBxperi-j: ments recently rnudo in England uidi oate that wagons nio moat easily drawn, on all kinds of roadBiwherithe fore and hind wheels are of the same oizo, and when the pole lies lowou than tho axle. iM.rj'?hV?ilr.H ivtirrf?rTrrrmilwi'Kl Mi lb? nl , ;Dk8trtioxion of Nion^FiTWO^, ^.-, BKOTSu n mldn^g^t and. surrounding tK?&PlmK circles di tTfetttytd' thirty tarred Btakes, not more than six inches apart. Al thongteftiBi^eiltf to deatn, sinoe t^hey, si^nseem to acquire a dred of the Uro, mjuiy will be caught in the tar 'whil^tnoying about in the warmed etratum. of air or to and from tallio artioles may bo cleaned by rubbing them very gently with a soft Sponge or emuco of borax in a,pound' of water, then rineing ?thehi ?in puro water, and luster may be improved in special oasoB by ?<wkwriing'^bbm 'slightly^ and ;then rubbing them very gently. Gil...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 8 October 1874

-yi iTTTT^?> i. f. ??? ? ?nr. USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. AUV .wiWttui FK'ft -J'ir' -Trt?tnhttt -M ? ' -? i'. >t. .Sizb . o? ; WAa9N-Win5Ei?s, ?Experi-; ments recently mpde in England indi cate that wagons are most easily drawn, oh all kihdB of roads, wheiithe fore find hind wheels are of the same bj'zo, and when the polo lien lowor than tho axle. tu.u H.v-:?.., i v^rrf?rrrrjTttUMi t(l ui II? n seots,?Mdliqns of insects iniunons to midnight ami surrounding tWSrirwfth circle! oi twimty-to thirty tarred stakes, not more than six inches apart. Al thougWfjjgfc^f^^ to death, sinoetjue; a dred of the fire, in the tarwhil^movihg warmed Btratujafepljftflf or to and from I tho firo. SBgjljkiJ? - Otjkaninq Gilt AnxiqiiUs.? Gut me tallic articles may so cleaned by rubbing them very gently, with a/soft Sponge or brush; dipped in a solution | of ono-half an. ounce of potash, or one ounco of soda, or still bettor, of one-half:'an ?nnoe of borax in a,pound' of water, then rineing ? thorn in puie water...

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 October 1874

" ' A.n. Independent iPaper .Devoted to the Interests of the People. -?-; ;, i_ ? '_!- I - ? . . \ ,, 1 ? ' -- , ; -' ? ??" ? YOLUME III, ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1874. NUMBER 3?. I ONE^T LOVE, NEW LUfE. FROM Tin: GERMAN OF GOETHE. \ Heart, my heart, what Bpoll la o'er thoe, And what tronblea thee so sore T JO Such a life haat thou before theo, That I know tboo now no more. All ibtno oltVdcllRhlH aro d> Iuk, Clouo tho caupo of all thy signing, flonn thy power and cono thy zeal, Heart, alnco lovo did o'er thoc steal 1 As fair youth to bloom advancta In thla viilon of delight, Do bar trno and kindly glances Bind thee in their wondroua might, Should I vow no more to aoe her, Bo a man, and wisely flee hor, , Heart, you will not bo denied, Back you bear mo to her Bldo. And thia maeio thread cntwlno theo Never to be loosed by mo; And thia lovely maid confines'mo, Nevermore shall I bo free. I muat'in bor aphoro enchanted j Lire the lifo that she has granted. Tho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 15 October 1874

QltAiN QEBUllG TIMES. ORANGEUURU,S. C, OCTOBER 15,1874. STILES B. MELLICHAMP, Editor. G. W. WHITE HE AD, FUBLlBIIEIt AND BUBINKSS MANAOKll. TV? are trt no tray rcspontiblc for tho riete? or opinions of our Correspondents* WASTED LIBERALITY. 'In Anderson county, the Conserva tives, although in a decided majority, have accepted a proposition from the Republicans to make no party nomi nations in that county, in order to avoid the animosities which political agita tion, and especially too strict nn adher once to party lines, are apt to engender. The plan is to run men for office upon their own merits and personal charac ter, miner than upon their political affiliations, which is surely a great im provement upon tho present, corrupt system of conventions. The resolutions submitted to the Conservatives by Col. Jno. R. Cochran, acting for tho Republican Convention, admit that "in Anderson county peace and prosperity reigns, law and ordor are enforced fairly and justly, and the two racea ar...

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 October 1874

LOCAL ITEMS. ORANGEBURG, S. t\ OCT. 15, 1874. r:. ' ? ? ?r jflr Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized to jolloct and receipt for advertisement* and ?ub.criptions to the Titties. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy for one year, ... $2.00 " ** " Six Months, - - . 1.00 Our friends wishing to have advertisements inwrM [n the TIMES, saust hand thcas in by Monday morning, 10 o'clock. TOWN DIRECTORY. Mayor?Joab W. MoBeley. Clerk and Tteas?Kirk Robinson. Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. P. Harley, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe. The Conservative State Convention having made no nomination for Gov ernor, our only choice is between the two Republican' candidates Green or Chamberlain. Basing our action upon the past re cord of tho two men, we decide unhes itatingly in favor of tnc former, and think every lover of good government will do the same. Generals Kershaw and McGowan have been nominated for Congress in their respective Districts, and will be ? elected, if the Conservatives do their . duty. We are reque...

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 October 1874

?UEiOTJS AND 8OIENTIFI0. SrTT-t?rruR in Iobiv?kd.?*Dr. Blake gives a full and clear description of tho vast deposits of sulphur occurring in Iceland, and points, nnt the necessary steps for its utilization. For its ship ment he recommends the port cf Husa vik, Vr'hioh is accessible all the year round, and which is situated very near the sulphur bed? of Lake Myvatu, Kra bla, and Beykjahlid. The mines ore not only rich and extensive, but easily workod. The sulphur can be supplied at half the ccst- of that furnished by the Sicilian mines, whioh, it is believed, will soon be exhausted. The earth im pregnated with sulphur contains from 60 to 60 per cent., and is from three to six feet in thickness. Vapors arising from .the interior of the earth continu ally deposit fresh supplies. Doo Dentistry.?It is well known that the bites of rabid herbivorous ani mals are rarely dangerous, because their teeth are made flat-faood, for grinding their food without penetrating or tear-1 ing the tissues....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 22 October 1874

TfJl " 1 "A Hi"-TT htiyt (Kijjtn rasa ran bah J ? f> tJVJlf oliv ?** (J ?-' ?li ' 1 '"t tiJ:li/nrfnti vlitfi.,?, Mim/r T hr.. .... ?io?A-?i>,'t,-rT j-?.'i;-* t .??tt***^ Iry Ol _L-,-,-_-.-L-.-?-,-.-_- I-?-?---?-. * . ^?'^??iK.l'UJrVfi'inl 7?1 UMil'j I.I)m-v 1 ? v.1<)H|,,,, iu,Mt,h<I'..;!l ,l,i,i,:.r.j .-i. .fU;frfT i,',:) ? ?~/? ji 'Viiaifijf Ali?' ?ifl 'i.:/. iiw.'t-.ufi s'l VQgftMmim PT?IH^a23rJpl8IIW5EB?I:S^ OCTOBER i22,,-1874. <I?J ' NUMBER-aT1.'? ll 1? snbl le/anS' V^ry^?rTd wldo, t> WI It roouurci the world at my side; It touches tho Htnrn nod tho sun It broods on the, blossoms, and none, its brooding, are a, tBiVoIasalikoi 0 I h heard, hi noTihHuTOffsh loo snow, tils ! With tho moon from the chasms of night 11 u^od^IUwJ rirSit, Q Vt iV I cannot forget or ovado; When it shakes at ray Bleep, as a dresm. It smile* from the c radio; it lies On tho dust of the ftravo, and it- cries r f ) Iu tho wluds and tho waters; dtallps p. -*? In tho fluBh of tho leaf to tbo ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 22 October 1874

0RAJM QEBUR^TIMKS? STILES R. MELLICHAMP, Editor. G. W. WHITEHEAD, PUBIJSHER AND BUSINESS MaNAOEK. WS^. We are in no way responsible for the views or opinions of our Correspondents. 10 CONSER VA TFVES. In the coming election your duty is plain, nnd all we ask Is, that you will come out and present your full force on election day, hud tho rest we leave to your intelligence. .Because wo have no ticket of ovr own in tho;field, is no reason for us to stay away from tho polls. On the contrary, there never was a time, when duty called moro loudly upon its to come out, and do our best for honesty and reform, It is true both state tickets are Re publican, but tho ouo is supported by the King, is suspiciously connected with past corrupt administrations, and gives no hope of improvement in the future; while the other, ?1though equally Republican', is supported by the people, and is headed by a man whose honesty of character seems to be conceded even by his political oppo _, nents. We call upon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 22 October 1874

.LOCAL ITEMS. ORANGEBURG, 3. C OCT. 22, 1874. Mr. Ki?e Rowlnson la authorized to ,-oltect and receipt for advartiseraenis and tub criptions to the ?? TSjttMS OF SUBSCRIPTION;: One Copy for ens year, - - - $2.00 " ?M ?r Jfdn?A?, - - - 1.00 TOWN DIRECTORY. May<7r~Joab W. Moueley. Cleric and Ttca*~Kirk Robimon. Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. P, Harley, B. Williamson, T. p. Wolfe. The Orange Tax Union meets at 71 o'clock to night. Mackey and Buttz, Congressional aspirants, are reported to have had a fisticuff at Manning, on the 17th. r?mmtnitM>m^mmm Mb. Kortjobn has in a fresh supply of groceries, and sells a splendid ham at 15 cents pel pound. The Tournament will take place at ] the Fair on the 4th, instead of the 14 tii of November, as published in our last issue. _ _ _ We regret to chronicle the death of Mr. Btoll, a respected citizen of this place, who was buried on Monday nf- \ ternoon at the Episcopal church. As we do not see that any good will Arise from the religious contro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 22 October 1874

I APPLIED SCIENCE/ & (! m Wetting Coaii a Mistake.?It has frequently: been - maintained-' that We?' ting cool'inoreses tho amount bt heat' given-oufe-?x .oombuution ;J>u$. ai careful.' inquiry ha? shown* first,. Jbat tibore,;ifl; no increase bi heat; second, that a loss of heat always follows addition of wt^ ter ; third, both the amount of heat and the temperature lot tho fir o nro oonsidii erbly diminished. ; i lit ni b ?taruurji| , Dbtkotcon op Starch in, ?^iL?rfifc' Hfigar accounts for' occasional diecrep aaoies in tho statements of different' chemists' in regard to the presence of starch in a sample of milk, by the pe culiar property whioh laoteo-protein substances possess i of .: combining rap idly with iodine, and thus decolorizing a solution of it.. In consequence, no re action for starch is obtainable until the milk is saturated, in: this respect, with the iodine, and by accident a chemist may stop abort of this point, and fail to get the reaction for starch., .; :\ ?...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 29 October 1874

mm amn\ n 8XHT w WO? I UIil 1 bwnm? ? wl Urrr kixi n.ii j .bumf w*?.d ' -/(-..urn viM v. I linil i:|j^-ivi'i N ! :U i< ) nil ?,iH yt! u.ioil^tof'JjW* nil Vi I {in >'< nihp'fttA \ tu\\>> ?tii' .!?? h " n ?????. ?jKfjTTwii -it . > . T nfi ja?! h ,VitinlHi>l? ./I I -? K^^'J^M^^ .- , ? M..? Vo *'VAvVn Laililt lii/iO'iAJh lMU.i i I* h I i: V". indent; Paper Devoted to tlio Is4tfe're6t^ o* the People. AfcVtilfci: :>:t )!' ?-?? -O '.-^tn' ? ?-;?'?-^-_i ?n\.U VOLUME III. _ ORANGEB?RG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, " "", ",1T 1" NUMBER M>m i.< -nil lo y.mza j . THE CADI'B BTBATAQBM. BY JOHN O. BAXB.~ A utous widow'* cottarxo ohauoed to Bland ' Uard by tbo Collf's palaco ; ami ho sought For his Own u?o to buy bor bit cf I?u5 j Bat all In vain?tbo land could uot bn bought I ... 41 It was my husband's lioma" tho woman aaid: ".Who, dying, left It to bin loving wlfo ; Hero will I dwell, in honor of tbo dead; Nor part with it until I part with lifo!" The haugh...

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