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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 29 October 1874

ORAfrQEBURG TIMES. j ORANttEBUKO.S. C, OCTOBER^, 18J4. ---"TR #^ STILES R. MELLICHAMF, Editor. G. W. WHITUHEAD, PUBLISHER AND BUSINESS MaNAOEB. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy for one year, - $2.00 " '* ? Six Months, - - - 1.00 left. IV? are in no tray responsible for the vines or opinion* of our Correspondents. TO THE CONSERVATIVES OF ORANGER URO. This is the last opportunity wo will jave before tho election to urge upon you your duty to come out on tho 3rd of November with your lull strength for Green and Delauey. It is your only chance for good governmcnt,nnd if they are defeated, it will he through your apathy. If tho Conservatives give tho Independent Candidates 52 000 votes, which they gave to Carpen ter, they will be elected; for while Car penter carried but a handful of colored votes, Green and Delniiey will, ic all probability carry 15000 or more.which added to the 52000 Conservatives will elect them. It depends in tho main then upon the Conservatives, and if ?ii?j fit tiii...

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. — 29 October 1874

obam'qeburg times. ORANGEBURG, S. C, OCTOBERS?, 18J4??ri STILES R. MELLICHAMP,.Editor. G. W. WHITBHEAD, PUBLISHER AND Bt'81NES8 MaNAOEB. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy for one year, - - . $2.00 " A " Six Months, - - - 1.00 t*B- *Ve are in no iray responsible for the *iev* or opinions of oui" Correspondents. ggggg^???' . I'.gSSS TO TUE CONSERVATIVES OF ORANQEBURQ. Tili? is the last opportunity wo will jktvre before the election to urge upon you your duty to come out on the 3rd of November, with your full strength for Green and Delaney. it is your only chance for good govcrnmcnt,and if they are defeated, it will be through your apathy, If the Conservatives give the Independent Candidates 52 000 votes, which they gave to Carpen ter, they will be elected; for while Car-: pouter carried but a handful of colored votes, Green and Delaney will, in all probability carry 15000 or more .which added to the 52000 Conservatives will elect them. It depends in the main then upon the Conservatives,...

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. — 29 October 1874

LOCArL ITEMS. ORANGEBURG, S. C OCT.. 29, 1874. B&* Mr. Kiruc R?binbon 'unauthorized to .-ollcct and .receipt for advertisement*, and sub criptions to tho 2Yme?. Our friends wishing to have advertisements inserted in tho TIMES, must hand them in by.Mondny morning, 10 o'clock. Court adjourned last week after the con viction of Russell Wilson, who is to ha hung January 8th. Miu M. I. Browning requests us to state, that he declines running for Probate Judge in favor of C. B. Glover Esq. The young mens Grand Fair Ball will take.place next Wednesday evening,at the Elliott Hall. Tickets can bo had for $1.00 each at T. Kohns and Vose and Izlara. Our thanks for a complimentary. Mr. Ezckicl advertises in this issue spec tacles of a very superior quality, besides a varied assortment of jewelry silverware &c Sec his advertisement. Cons krvatives now is your chance to prove the sincerity of your professions by supporting honest Republicans in preference to dishonest ones. Don't complicat...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 29 October 1874

U?EF?Ij KNOWLEDGE. Hin'kj to Dairymen.?Fow dairymen nre owaro o( the amount they lose in the quantity of .cheese, to say nothing of tho quality, by hot taking oar? of their milk. It would astonish many of them -if thoy were iuformed that they sustained a loss of G to 12 per cent, in quantity,7by their own carelessness or ignorance, which they might save by a litt lo moro euro, and thus add tho amount thoy lose in price per pound by not hav ing a prime article, whioh, in many in ntunoea, excecdu 10 and often 20 per cent, and it will be readily seen that the loss thus BUBtained would do a good deal toward banishing hard times, whioh so many are complaining of at present. ] "Runue 11 C ivM bn t. T- There are Beyeral kinds' of India rubber cement. The boat known is " marine glue." A cheap* or cement, and one that is highly recom mended, is mndo by cutting a quantity of pure India rubber, in its natural stato, into small pieces, putting th'em iu a Ajvido-tiiosthcd bottlo, and filling it ...

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. — 29 October 1874

USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. Hirers xo Dairymkv.?Few dairymen are aware of the amount they loBe in the quantity pf, .cheese, to say .nothing of tho qudlityi by* not taking caw of their milk. It w?ttld astonish mauy of them-df they were informed that they sustained a loss of .6 to 13; per cent, in quantity,-by thoir own carelessness or ignorance, which they mignt save by a littlcmorecare.an&thus add the amouut tlioy lose in price per pound by not hav ing a prime nrtiole, whioh, in many in Htauooa, exceeds 10 and oftoh 20 per cent., and it will bo readily seen that the loss thus sustained would do a good j deal toward banishing hard times, which bo many ate complaining of at present. Rupns? CBMaNX.? There are several kinds' of India rubber eement. The best known is " marino glue." A cheap or cement, and one that is highly re com - mnuded, is made by cutting a quantity of pure India rubber, in its natural state, into small pieoes, putting them in a wido-monthed bottlo, and filling it about ha...

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. — 5 November 1874

by trnmy80m. I - - f IJ- ' 'JL'IIB WlMltflimB WMI 11 1 ? Far over bumruit and lawn, Tho lono^glow anjhtong roar, j|A a**. I I *4?*at hSra AbJUkl tCTrSoil I 11 f i But thou wort Mluul Iu heaven? Above thou glided tho star. Ua?t thou noTofeo.'tWrAur, "Ol CiKA C That standout hlnh aix>vo all ? "I am tho,voice or tho peak, c , . ,, I roar a^ra\o$| 1>\ )\ \\ A thousand voices r. o To north, south, cast and west j'i T I 1 rn r Thoy Ieavo tho heights and aro IroubleB,1 * And moau and Blub to tholr rost. Tho fleldsfhro falrbesidn4h?mLX TV ?TO C% Tho chuslmit towersiuinVliuoio; V it?vj But thoy?thoy fool tho deHlro of tho do*t>; Fall?and follow their doom. The. rseepIhaVt^ownr cmllin heJgllt,* f \. I /'? , And t hu !n,t;;lif has poweron tho deep; .?Theyararalff^torjovraiBhaiovrwyH Vittt" > Ami Hint again Into sleep. Not raieed f'>r over nml over, But when their cyolo la o'er, , _ Tlio valley, tho voice, |he peak, (hr)star? ' ft Pass, ami aro found rib laore.H. ? 3 1 Tho peak i...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 5 November 1874

OllAflQEBURS TIltES, OltANGEUUllG, S. Cn NOV. 5, 1874. STILES B. MELLIOHAMP, Editor. G. W. WH1TBHEAD, PUBLISHER AND BUSINESS MANAaEU. TERMS .OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copu for one year, - - $2.00 ?. '" " Six Months, - - - 1.00 Bg$U IV? are ?n no way responsibles for the views or opinionsqf our Correspondents. COUNTY ELECTION NEWS. We give below the result of the voting in Orangeburg County from eighteen precincts. It will be seen that Green has already surpassed Carpenters.vote in 1870, which was 1693, although'1 there are five precincts yet to be heard from, which will probably increase his vote several hundred. The following is the partial result: Governor, D. H. Chamberlain ..3330 J.T. Green.. ..1738 So far for Congress Buttz is about 1000 ahead of Mackay Probate Judge, Knowlton (Peoples) .2455 Sasportas (Regular).1378 County Commiesioneis. Fairy (Peoples).1887 Phillips (Regular).1580 School Commissioner. Rev T.Phillips-(Peoples).2305 McKin'ay (Regular).1662 In our next issue we will ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 5 November 1874

ORArl GEBUiiGr TIMES. ORANQEUURQ,S.C.t NOV. 5, 1574. 8TILE? B. MELLICH'AMP, Editor. G. W. WHITEHEAD, PUBLISHER AND BUSINESS MANAGER. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy for one year, - $2.00 ?.'??.?^ix Months, - - - 1.00 We are in no way responsible for the views or opinions of our Correspondents. COUNTY ELECTION NEWS. Wegivebelow tho result of the voting in.Orangeburg County, from oighteen precincts. It will be seen that Green has already surpassed Carpenters.voto in 1870, which was 1693, although" there are five precincts yet to be heard from, which will probably increase his vote several hundred. The following is tho partial result: Governor. D. H. Chamberlain ..3330 J. T. Green...1738 So far for Congress Buttz is about 1000 ahead of Mackay Probate Judge. Knowlton (Peoples) .2455 Sasportas (Regular)......1378 County Co nun lesion ein. Fairy (Peoples).1887 Phillips (Regular).*..1580 School Commissioner. Rev T. Phillips" (Peoples).2305 McKin'ay (Regular).1662 In our next issue we will ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 5 November 1874

LOCAL ITEMS. ORANGEBURG, S. C NOV. 5,1874. ! AST* Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized to .-ollcct and receipt for advertisements and sub .criptions to the Time*. 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. Moselcy. Clerk and Tieas?Kirk Robinson. Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. P. Harley, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe. Bilvano is coming. I The sentence of Russell Wilson who was to be hung hero on January 8th, has been commuted by the Governor to imprisonment for life. The Hotel keepers were busy on Mon day preparing for visitors to the Fair. We understand that all the hotels will be filled to overflowing. The heaviest froBt of the season on Monday, typical doubtless, of the kill ing out of every thing green on | Tuesday. It can be said to the credit to Or- ; angeburg that there were no rows on I election day. on tho contrary every thing passed of quietly and creditably to both races. ? ? A R...

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

IiAMB StE\ lamb and HOUSEHOLD HlKTS. ?ppA .Qact,?Two ;Onpfuls of , sugar; one-half cupful'of butter ; three eggs; ono cupful of,sweet milk, with one tea spoonful df coda ?issojye^ iu ji^'fo^r j oupfuls of flour, and two teaspoonfuls of or earn t artar. rEW^?-Take half a ehouldor of bolFiff in two quarts of water for two hours. Then" put in potatoes, onions, turnips out in quarters, salt and pepp^F^?|wte?'j3flJen minutes beforo serving ppflif^0 flumplings. Goooantjt Cakb. ?T? o~'pbnnd s of sugar J oV? pound of butler, ono pound and thj:oe-quarters flour, ten eggs, two gratbd cocoanuts, ono cup milk, and tho milk bfrtho ooooanut; add ono-half tea spoonful soda, last thing. This makes two loaves. . , Poms FKurr-O?KE.?Three-fourths of a pound of pork, ohoppcd fine, one pound rnisius, ono pound ourrunte, one xmuufl sugar, three-fourths of a pound oitroqe, ono gill molasses, four oupB Hour, ouq' teaspocnful soda, two eggs, ono tSa-oup water. To BAxn ArrijKsi?Tako sour apples, dig out tho ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 12 November 1874

? ? ?,, ;.i ..... i.i Imh-1 ?" " (dfldoiq luv ? rit TZ J IUI I I ml- *" ;,,ifi n-W fc Af.h f ff i, W?, r\j ? .?.ty-^ \finher,-. '?;H. 'T[ ., V. fi' . ;, tf? lOi l , VOLUME III; i > V m l tOR^NGEB?Jta? jrS^TmmBeiii^i; 'THUpl^f :;r tut ?t st? j?"H .VI ;<V*i N?MBBB^?. soEirea of my Youra. Upon the spot where ef tin yonth lTe rtGSS/TSSSSc? once more, And on the Bocnes of long agp.X K??e?.. v. # i npnii tho hill'grcwa'JuBt ?s fresh and green u when, A blltho end happy youth, I winders.. fpfijtS^A Tho little broij: Sau ?y*nnt9 btt its' way -with!" tho glen? It seoms to sing a requiem to me. . , . . . 1 \ Tho cooling miramor \-lnda Vre softly sighing thro" ? the trees. And with my looks of whltcnoss gonUy play, j ' WhUo from the distant clover fields; borne to rho onthebreeso, -ssS X soont the perfume of the new-mown hay. Uy feet oppress th? hallowed npot v.hero onoo my ? An old log-house?slnoe molderod to decay, And looking, from my agod eyes, unbidden start a \ &<k>4 ( ?&...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 12 November 1874

?____-.- -,-;?. ...: ? Ait-V. i ? ?????!- r l-.'i, ' ..[fli .. ?.,<)..? - ..T j ,,,. ?'i.-' ;?? ? ... "?? ? . . i / f ? ?. ? , ?".',[ 1 ? ?1 VdS *>![ .VQL.UME III, iuM!i:r "OjMNGE^^ 12, 1874, , - NUMBER^ 80EKE8 OP MJ YOUTH. Mid .?;^ wav.d hasloh. , Upon tu? apoiicrhsre of tin youth ITs stood, I ?tand onoe more, And on the soenes of long agoj rm?. . WUUo'mbm'rrjrnshes backward o'or tho lapso of vcaU^'cawrlsbod.Joys of boyhood days. T5e grsS: nfefttftSo Ida growa* Jost as fresh and (*rccn as whon, A blltho and happy youth, I wandered free; ,, , ? The little brook atlil ,m*irrours on its way-within the glen? It Booms to elng a requiem to me. . , .\ ? ~\ <\ (\',\ J A \ \ \_ \ Th? coolinct summer winds aro softly sighing thro* the trees, And with my looks or whiteness gently play, Whun from the distant clover fields; borne to me OB the breeze, : . 3 X aoent the perfume of the new-mown hay. ^ lly feet now prqoo tho hallowed spot rrhero onot, my ttrtnplaci ?tood? \? ? An old log-h...

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. — 12 November 1874

ORAEGlBUltG TIMES. ORANOEBURG, S. C., NOV. 12, 1874. STILES It. MELIiicilAMP, Editor, j G. W. W'HITBHEAD, PUBLISHER AND BUSINESS MANAOKU. BgU We are in no way responsible for the view or opinions of our Correspondents. () THE COUNTY ELECTION, We promised last week to give to-day j the full official vote iu the County, but as the Commissioners of Election have not finished counting at tho time of going to press, wo Will have to appro* imafce at the result. Chamberlain received, according to our calculation, about 383G and Green 2005, showing an Independent gain of over 300 since 1870. Wo'think the ?following County Tickot is elected: Sheriff. E. I. Cain (Reg' and Pco's.) Probate,Judge. A. B. Knowlton (People's)?' School Commissioner. Rev. Thos. Phillips (People's.) I aunty CommisLers. \ > J. P. Mays (Regular) F. B, .Johnson (Regular.) F. W. Fairy (People's) Legislature i?.L. Duncan (Remand Pco's.) Jfaul Jones*(People's) W. H. Reedish (Regular) r . Shed Morgan (Regular) Aaron Simon...

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. — 12 November 1874

-'V?Vember th'tf l6th. $cad hin notice, promtBeeatreaV.:' . r?*?? ;fL" ! - ??.-???in ?????? 1 -- 1 | ? ? v\ Tfi? Lutheran church fet this place1 will > ho dedicated on Sunday morning! Rev.-' . W:8. Bowman of Charleston will preach Ihe Ek^icaUon;ttVmon;'i:Tliephblicnre in .vitedl* attend. aWsIvts-Mdhiw !?:???' ' { - .!**. ! f?:?rr? AM i nt eres tin a gam e of base hall wa* plav . cd during the. 1 air between' the Orange club of thin place and the Branch villo Club in which the score : stood 66 to 30 in favor of the Orange. CtiAMnEKi.AiN and Co., have done a poor' ttaoneaaat speech making, judging by the nearly two thirds reduction of tho Radical . majority cincc 1870. It may have been better I to havo'done like Scott, ahd kept quiet.' { 01 ' ' ? "1 m * -kiliii ? OVeb fifty cages of Hying wild animain, containing rare specimens .known to natu ' ralists, can b? wltnca^edbj yjaiting old John Robinson's great; show which exhibits in Orangeburg on December 2nd. " The Fair is over and, ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 12 November 1874

, FASHION GOSSIP. .. Painting: Instead of Embboxdbby.? GoBtumos have frequently been spoken of as works of art, but there are indica tions, they may become so in a more strict sense than that hitherto employed. Fainting really seems, likely to super sede embroidery, or at leant to divide the honors with it as a means of deco ration. The very newest style of ohnto laine pockets are made of lnsterless, satin-finished faille or gros grain, pain ted jip?h the center, upon the flap and npdn the straps by which they are sus pended with delioate leaf and flower designs similar to those executed upon fans. The border is deep jet fringe ?r beaded lace, and the effect is really lovely, and artistic. Orders are now being sent for sashes and neckties pain ted in this way, and I have heard lately of a. .Frenchman who dyes old silk and stamps iVin small broken bars and lines in the niost. delioate colors, eo that it looks like a pretty now figured silk.? JmniA*funt\ ? * Tin; New MatexiAssb is the...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 19 November 1874

:?> j.-'r ^ -w ic :>i ^ j -. nsgy i tI *a 3r-wg a but* 1 min'3-r+ oiii-- '. ?;?-?..! ?: hu4A.ii Indlepeii nU? lfli< Independorit ?civoted to III. OllANGEBURG, CAROLINA, Ti i * :iqu?Bjrraerfi osCil ?i ort 0fU%o at r/iJtsust 10 ittsftoqmi S ?ff* odw eeoifj ?Ifnl sxawod oJ httajg'^Ij ?aoo odi twoioq Innntoy icft hasmmoo .33KIT Q'auasosAJio ii{?J rid Himuto?lamia*hfT.i)jnOgM .i&iu rt^ni aguq aaifcufcr cull 3K'JS39rUS0 aajrra BiU ^"Xiiuh v>!iotro') rosin d5~&] softfcf _-l? .* ^AZEL BLOSSOMS. - ? ?IBo BUmuior warmth has left tho sky. 01 Tho summer nouns liavo died away; And,rwlthpfod, in tho footpaUiD ho 81'hgfaUefl^veyhuA BMP yjf'l With ruby pud wlU? lopaa ea o gross ift brbwnitlff on tho No pale, belated flours recall Tho astral fringed of tho rills, And drearily tho doad vines t'.Ul, Frost-blackened from tho roadaldo wall. YcL-ihroturb tho nray,ami somber wood, Against tho dustL?f ?r and pine, - > ?. a IAst of their floral sisterhood, Tho hazel's yellow blossoms ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 19 November 1874

il if Hi 17/ '^ . ??-;?!-;-?; ;? ^Vijl Independent VOLUME III. ORANGEBURG, $Qt ?Wir K P.'.IJ-A run Mr?4?r lif /iJttuoe 10 uaI^iSC lo Ufjfioqmi I ir(J odw worfJ "Iis* \oiU tepl smwmI rxl brtAJa'xorlJ ftps Pili fjM?toq l?t?tt.ry tol hnarnmoo ^?^^^1?^? - - i ?? LILLL r iUM?i B8JXT8 tO;;<*$a oljijfciw^fclk? ojt tlio Peoploktj1? oW?uIn7 i_.1__?rj .withaifcuy&? ?JJ flUi-iBb VjllflfjiVJ vaunt lo oonnnrxfmi NXJZ&B:BRVa4!lq J 1 ' ? * jlAZEL BLOSSOMS. T?'o aiiimuo'r waviulh haa left tlio aky, Tho numiner songs liavo died away; And, withered, in tho fcotpafhs lio >Th? falleb leaves,-but yonlctday-r r>.._ 1'_3. ..._1.^. il.? 1.1,1?. ' ? ' The gros? Iii brbwuing uu tho IUiIk; No pale, bolatod flours recall Th? ?stral frlngoa of tho riilB, And drearily tho dead vines fall, Frost-blackened from the roadsidb wall. Yet,.through tho gray,and ?oinbor wood, Injut the, dusk.of tit and pine. Last of their floral slatorhood, Tho har.ol'a yellow blosBoms suluo, Tho tawuy gold of Afrlc'a ml...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 19 November 1874

OBAKQEBUKG TIMES. OIUNaESUKG.S.C., NOV. IS, 1874. ??" . 11 111 ?; j STILES E. MELLICHAMP, Editor. G. W. WHITEHEAD, PUBU8HKB and BUSIHESJS Manaoku. ? I TSSSSSESSSSSHSSSSSSSi 1 REGIS1BATION. Repeating is reported to have taken, place in so many CJountier during tho past election, tlmt the importance of registration has impressed itself upon as more seriously than ever. In fact we cannot see what guarantee there is of a fair election without Registration. "What is to prevent mien from voting at as many polls as they can reach, if they sre not detected by some-ose who know* them^and suspects them of frpqd? Every, legislator whp desires tv fair and honest expression of tho will of the people, no matter what may be his party affiliations, should devote some thought to the enactment of laws for tho protection ot the ballot box., v We hope the next Legislature will take this matter in hand, and act upon it wisely and impartially. ? 1 m - i-J: t...,v DEMOCRATIC SENTIMENT,,. ' A3 tho Democrat...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 19 November 1874

?'Xl.QgAL;i:TE;MS>;. ',. ?rUtf?EB?RG, s. c. ffoV.t?, 1874. ;' I IV Hr.. Kirk Robinson is Authorised to jollect and receipt for adverthements and lubncriptions to the Times. jra! TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: On* Copy for y""". - - - $2.00 ?* H " Six Months, - - ? 1.00 Our friends wishing to have advertisements Inttrtai in the TIMES, must hand them In by Monday morning, 10 o'clock. See notice of stolen horse in another column. The Courier Journal of Aikeu, comes to us enlarged to au eight page paper, and improved in every way. The Lutheran church has been sur rounded by a neat fence, which adds4 amazingly to the general appearance. A special meeting of the Edisto Ride Club is called for Friday next, 24th inat., at 71 P. M. A full attendance is lequested. Editing a newspaper is like holding an umbrella on a windy day ; every body thinks he can do better than the <one who holds the handle. We omitted in the premium list, a diploma presented to J. E. Adger & Co., for superior plows, ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 19 November 1874

LOCAL ITEMS>; ?RAfl?&?RG, S. C. NOV. 19, 1874. _- Mr.. Kirk Robinson ia authorised to .-ollcct and receipt for advertisements and lubecrlptions to the Times. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy for one year, - - - $2.00 m TS tt 8ix j^n^ . . .1.00 Oar friends wishing to have advertisenienii Inserted in the TIMES, moat hand them in by Monday morning, 10 o'clock. See notice of stolen horse in another column. The Courier Journal of Aiken, comes to us enlarged to an eight page paper, and improved in every way. The Lutheran church has been sur rounded by a neat fence, which adds' amazingly to the general appearance. A special meeting of the Ediato Rifle Club ik called for Friday next, 24th inst., at 74 P. M. A full attendance is lequested. m ?> mmi - Editing a newspaper is like holding an umbrella on a windy day; every body thinks he can do better than the one who holds the handle. j We omitted in the premium list, a diploma presented to J. E. Adger & Co., for superior plows, an...

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