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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 21 August 1869

THE ORAN?EBURG NEWS -:o: PU BUSH ED AT ORANGEBUR?, 8. 0. i lp^y Saturday Morning. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One fS^f'tot ot>o yoer. $2.00 ? ? A VXJa* ?*TMonthB. 1.00 Jm$. buV sending TEN DOLLARS, fer a Clnb of New Subscriber*, will roooive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any one sending; FIVE DOLLARS, for a Club of Now Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA CO?* for SIX MONTHS, free of charge. %RAtTE8 OF ADVERTISING. ta$a>|e*]**nteaft Insertion. $1.60 K 2d " ..:. 1.00 A i-quaVe consists of 10 lines Brevier or one inch of Advertising space. AdminisfratoVs Notices,.$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad tainietratore, Executors, &c.$0 00 Advertisements inserted upoa the GK and FUNERAL NOTICES, ae; one Square, inserted without charge. ?:o: Terms Cash in Advance. The Lexington Uor oide. The Lexington correspondent of the Columbia Phcenix gives the following ac count of the trial and acquittal of Dr. f. e. ii?fcjf \r ? Moudny having bcon nssigned for the trial of Dr. ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 21 August 1869

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBURG, 8. C. I tyrtify Saturday Morning. ?:o:~ TRRM8 OP SUBSCRIPTION. One Many for one your. $2.00 ?I . *> Ftia Wi'MohthB. 1.00 Any one sending TEN doli,AUS, for a CInb of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, for a Club of Now Subscribers, will receive ?a EXTRA CQJPY fok- SIX MONTHS, free of charge. KATES OP ADVERTISING. 4 Square 1st' Insertion. $1.50 2d ?. 1.00 A SqunVc consists of 10 lines Brevier or one inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, .$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad miniotrators, Executors, &c.$9 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal tcrmB. ?:o:? MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not exceeding one Square, inserted without charge. ?:o:? mm?~ Terms Cash in Advance. -*at The Lexington Homicide. m n ? ? The'1 Lexington correspondent of the Columbia Phoenix gives the following ac count of the trial and acquittal of Dr. P. S. L...

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. — 28 August 1869

TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. )? OOI3 .AJSTID OTTT* COTJIsTTIlY. -I ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. VOLUME 3. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1869. NUMBER 28. [From ?lw Southern Cultivator.] Mr. Dickson on Immigration. Sparta, Ga., June 10,1860. Editors Southern Cultivator: I wish to draw the attention of the cotton planters df the South to tho subject of immigration. It is one of great interebt, and if successful, I think will prove ?destructive to tlio cotton interest. 1 do not wish my views to prevail unless they -are right. I wish both sides to be heard; tho other sido has been heard already, and wo have been taxed to promote this -cause. The State of Georgia is moving for oar destruction. The negro we have with us, and wc ?cannot get rid of him if we would. They %ill not die out, as most of our Northern .friends and many of our people think. Next census will show a large increase. 'The only way to make it tolerable fur thorn to live amongst us, is to give them ?employment. With full employnicut, they...

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. — 28 August 1869

THE ORANGEB?RG NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, I860. MALCOLM I. BROWNING, Editor. The Responsibility of the Press. " ?t^V ? ? ? v. Tho. Press is either tho lender or tho follower of public opinion. It is either the sentinel on tho bulwark of liberty, and of the public good, on the aui vice, for tho approach of uny invasion or in v #KfeVSt?on upon the cause of truth und right, wurniug of tho approach of dan ger and pointing fearlessly to the cause JNhsoce the danger cotneth, and to its f/eveotive or remedy, or else it is tho index or exponent of public opiuion, "following the multitude to do evil" or well, it is the mere expression of the .public mind, tho weather cock that tells how publie sentiment bloweth ! In the former of these attitudes, tho -Stress appreciates the nobility of its i&tissioh, and if conducted with ability, is ?4he mighty safcty-valvo of liberty, of ??tia?Yality, of law, and order and progres -.ion; It is the mightiest propagator of education, the mightiest influen...

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. — 28 August 1869

^ jp 9 PAL._ saturday, august 28,1809. ,THE orangeburg news is THE T>Xi? paper published IN orangebuhg county, and p4?f$TOWbY visits to EVERY HOUSE AND HAMLET IN the cqunty. - -- } "HOSV he popped the.question," S nice little original, is on file for next 'wack'Sr issue. Tbe.oouutry at>und has been rc fresh **d-by repeated Bliowers of rain, whioh we hope will bring tho rieu orop out. Tho services at the Presbyterian Church, under tho guidanco of tho Rov. Mr. Mack of Charleston, during last Saturday and Sunday were particularly interesting. The young minister convinced all who beard him, of his'realization of the sol emn responsibility of his mission. ?????-?-???? ? The Boll Worm.?Wo wore haudod tho othor day by Capt. J. L. Moorcr, several bolls of cotton, literally eaten up by the Boll Worm. Tho Captain in formed us that they have taken to his cotton crop iu considerable numbers, and aro doing much damage. The holla pre sented to us were of different sizes from the first formi...

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. — 28 August 1869

TH?. OK?NGEBUBG NEWS ^BLlSllED at oranoedurq, 8. c. Every Saturday Morning. * OP B?BSCRIPTION. dn* Copy for one year. $2.00 m u ? fa Months... 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Clnb of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of] charge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subscribers', will receive An EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of I charge.* RATES OF ADVERTISING. afire" 1st Insertion. $1.60 > $ \ ?a ??. . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or one inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices,.~...$5 00 Of Dismissal Of Guardians, Ad itrators, Executors, &c.$0 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. ?> -:o: M AR HI AGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not exoeeding one Square, inserted without o barge. ?to:? 19* Terms Cash in Advance. dearth and Home," Pri?o Song. mmm\\\ <\mmi tit -" The following song was decided, by a majority of the committee on songs, to be entitled to the prise of $100 offered by...

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. — 28 August 1869

TUE ORANGEBUEG NEWS ?:o:? fAlkksfRED AT ORANGEB?RG, 8. C. Every Saturday Horning. g ? ?toi ls OP SUBSCRIPTION. ' On? Copy for one year. $2.00 " ?< ** Six Months. 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, fer a Clnb of New Subscribers, will rocoive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subscribers', will receive an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of charge. lWPsj(en?*o^- ? ?:o:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1ft Insertion.. $1.60 T i 2d " . 1M A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or one inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, .$5 00 NoticGS of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ' ^mlnatrators, Executors, &o.$9 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. ^JX? .s^f ?:o:? MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not exceeding one Square, inserted without obarge. ?:o:? Terms Cash in Advance. ~?a h and Home," Prize Song. The following song was decided, by a majority of the committee on songs, to be entitled to the prise ...

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. — 4 September 1869

TXOK? Ml TUd illi TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. J god A.isrr> our VOLUME 3. -?;-?-r tO! h :? ? :? I! . ? SATURDAY MORN! <; f .J J t i/ f'f AllHTf A? -?"'? ? - ' II. i' ? w ?i nil fort? C^Y'tOaMtt" ?? ?J ALWAYS IN AW?IWB^ SEPTEMBER 4, 1869. . ttt ' f. 1 tti tV n itiajaii? NUMBERS TB* ORflJTOEBTJRG NEWS PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBUBG, S. C. Erwjr Sfttnrdny Morning. ?et et 1 b.TTtWi? ' - ?j^TERMS OF 8UU8CBIPTION. tint Copy for ono vear. $2.00 ~l "? Six Months.. 1.00 Any ?n? sending TEN DOLLARS, for n 'HIM* of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONK TEAR, free of c serge.' Any ono sending FIVE DOLL ABS, foe n-'Cluh of New Subscribers, will receive nn EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of ?oharge. in* i Us ~*q:? ? tf?e K KATES OF ADVERTISING. I Sea, u?re 1st Insertion. $1..">0 2d. 1.00 *A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or one inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices.i..'.$?? 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians,'Ad- - ministrators, Executors, &c.$0 00 Contract Adve...

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. — 4 September 1869

TSS ORANGEBURG NEWS HATlIRilAY. SEPT. 4,1869. MALCOLM I. BROWXIXO. Edit "Democracy and the Future." "Disintegration i? toiling fast hold of the Democratic party. Soon this once powerful and long dominant political or ganisation will be us dead as the <M W>> W*> ??"?? seeily clings. ? When that event shall be consummated, a new partition will bo inevitable. In a republic like ours, it is impossible1 that there should not be two parties, disagreeing as to the in terpretation of certain parts ot the Con stitution, add warring in matters of poli cy. When will the line of separation be drawn? All the issues of the war are practically extinct. Negro suffrage established fact. Reconstruction, according to Congressional forms, is un doubtedly and really an accomplishment. Indeed nothing remains actually of the questions raised by the rebellion. They are either settled or in tho course of wHy ami fteflnito settlement. But there is a wide difference of conviction regarding the tar...

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. — 4 September 1869

BATUBJDAY, SEPTEMBER, 4 1809. ^B^Itt^MlKB?RCr NEW? 18 the only paper published 1* ?BANQEBUUQ county, and Every house: aijp hamlet IN the cov??. ,85 I 01 v 3 Correspondents must boar in mind thAt in no oaso will we publish a ?communication unless the name of the Writer accompany it. COOL Weatusr, New Cotton.? Since the copious rains of Monday night, the weather has boon pleasantly Sool, reminding oue of tho end of Sum mor, Thicker clothing and blankets have suggested themselves and have been adopted. Peculiarly refreshing is this little cool snap after tho very heated term we haro just passed through. a great many biles of new cotton have come iu town during the week.? The crop is being rapidly gathered and' wiii soon be turned into vionry. Our merchants will soon have their Fall goods in store, aud we would cull the at tentism of our farmers to the advan tages and facilities t hoy ^ have ennkliug them to sell goods us cheap as they oau be gut in Ch.irlestou. The tra'e of Orangeburg ...

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. — 4 September 1869

*At*t*G AND DBEA1I1G. THK LAY OF AN UN&EQ?ITED LOVK. ? ?'MAfMOO S?KA??85a aK0H'AlUHOS? 1 walled once for the spring lo come On joyous wing from its southern home, I? robes of the rainbow's hue ; . x ? * $ j; *> And eagerly watched for its blooming feet; For I knew where to find the wind-flowers sweety And the nooks where the violets grew. - Ami I waited, too, for my roses bright To unfold their leaves in the summer light; ... Aid ^niongth*many theie. Wm on* bud fairer than all the rest, One7that I loved by Ar the beat, And guarded with tenderest eare. Ah! never was breast than' mine more lorn Or bitterer tear-drops shed, I found that a worm its heart bid torn. And my rase was seethed and dead. 10 I waited again for my "life" to bloom? I dreamed by night, and morn, and noon Of its flower that would be so fair ; It haunted my thoughts, and grew to be, With its deep and hidden myatery, Its nntold treasures rare, The one great end, to which my eoul Looked] forth as to a nappy goa...

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. — 4 September 1869

1 0 -1??nr [mOM "OKWASO. HJ itAftfNQ AND I) RE A1I1G. Til K LAY OF AN UNREQUITED LOVE. -x>; I. I waited once for the spring to come On joyous wing from its southern honte, In robes of the rainbow's hue; And eagerly watched for its blooming feet; For I knew where to find the wind-flowers sweet, And the nooks where the violets grew. And I waited, too, for my rosea bright To unfold their leaves in the summer light; . A?d among the many there, Vfaa ono bud fairer than all the rest, Ono that I- loved by fur the best, And guarded with tendercst care. Ah! never was breast than mine more lorn Or bitterer tear-drone shed. When I found that a worm its heart had tern. And my rose was scathed and dead. II. I waited again for my "life" to bloom? I dreamed by night, and morn, and noon Of its flower that would be so fair ; It haunted my thoughts, and grew to be, With its deep and hidden mystery, Its untold treasures rare, The one .great end, to which my soul Looked forth as to a happy goal. Ah ...

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. — 4 September 1869

d [raon "onwAiii?. "J waiting and dbeamimg. TilK LAY Or AN UNREQUITED LOVE. k i&iiRi ? ".'V;??" j ci y j:.ty j n\ n/rr.n i ?-tcr -k>; ,^l'r' ???*4 ;'V ' j - - ??: ?>*?? if waited once for the spring lo come On joyous wing from its southern home, In robes of the rainbow's hue ; And eagerly watched for its blooming feel; For I knew where to find the wind-flowers sweet, And the nooks where the violets grew. And I waited, too, for my roaes bright To unfold their leaves in the summer light; ... And among the many (here, . Vfaa one bud fairer than all the rest, Ono that* I loved by far the best, And guarded with tendereet care. Ah! never was breast than mine more lorn --' . Or bitterer tear-drops shed, When I found that a worm its heart bad tern. And my rose was scathed and dead. St. I waited again for my ?'life" to bloom? I dreamed by night, and morn, and noon Of its flower that would be so fair ; It haunted my thoughts, and grew to be, With its deep and hidden mystery, Its unt...

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. — 4 September 1869

AIDING AW D DUE ASIIG. THK LAY OF AN UNREQUITED LOVE. - v. i*i>t-- . ?i.S****0*iHO )/ I wailed once for the cpring lo come On joyous wing from its southern home, ; ? 1 . In>obe?of 0??.rainbow's; Mil And eagerly watched for its blooming feet; For I knew where to find tho wind-flowers sweat; And the nooks whore tho violets grew. And I waited, too, for ay rose* bright To unfold tboir leaves in the summer light; & \% AM am<?grtn*ma*y tkejce, "Was one bud tairor djsn all ike rest, OW?b?? iloved by far ihe best;. JL And guarded with tendcreet care. Ab! mt?t was breast faan mine more lorn ?'W TTtBrhttieMr tear-drops sited I found that a worm its heart had t And my rose was scathed and dead. II. I waited again for my ??lifo" to bloom? I dreamed by *Jght, and morn, and noon Of Its flower that would be so fair; It haunted my thoughts, and grew to be, With its deep and hidden mystery, Its untold treasures rare, The one great end, to which my soul look od forth as to a happy, goal....

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. — 4 September 1869

ttXl'tittG AND DRlCAMIMfJK THK LAY Or AN UNIIKCJUITEI> LOVE. |ilMM08 E0I4A?i|g??I; 8M0H i? LOflOH? ;.*M-i*t?. ;%?c*r u , _ , urn ;.o'im> *>: f waited once for the spring to come On joyoua wing from its southern home, . In robes of the rainbow's hue ; And eagerly watched for its blooming feet; For I knew where to find the wind-flower* sweet. And the nooks where the violets grew. - - - And I- waited, too, for my roses bright To unfold their leaves in the summer light; And among the. many there, Was one bud fairer than all tho rest, Ouc that I loved by far tho best. And guarded with tenderest care. Ah! never was breast than mine more lorn Or bitterer tear-drops ?hcd, . I found that a worm its heart bid torn. And my roee was scathed end dead. I. ? ?4 ? ;' ?. ? -; ? j I waited again for my "life" to bloom? I dreamed by night, nod morn, and noon Of its flower that would be so mir; It haunted my thoughtn, and grew to he, With its deep and hidden mystery, It* untold treasures rare,...

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. — 4 September 1869

l*WM "ONWARD. "J WAITING AM) D BE AIIMO. THE LAY OF AN UNREQUITED LOVE. ^'feM?O-aOrTAairgHI. SMGH Ait)S039 .Olf41i ;'. . ^ \ ^ t" ' , . u.f I I JiO?I?U ?/ I waited once for the spring to come On joyous, wing from its southern home, . tfffitfixi^ ? ? }| ^^hibI* And eagerly watched for its blooming feeC; For I knew where to find the wind-flowers sweety And tbe nooks where the violets grew. Ami I waited, too, f?r my roses bright . , mjju_ To unfold their leaves in the summer light: Waej one bud fairor than all the rest, One that I loved by far tbe best. ** a And guarded with tenderest eare. Ah! never was breast than mine more lorn Or bitterer tear-drops shed, _ I found that a worn its heart had tern. And my rose wss scathed end dead. II. r' * . I waited again for my "life" to bloom? I dreamed by night, sad morn, end, noon If; \J\ .. .S>* i%* flower that would be so fair; It haunted my thoughts, and grew to be, -. With Its deep end hidden mystery, Its untold treasures rare, 3Z-J&...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 4 September 1869

- . . ?. f>*OM '^SWaBD.''J WAITING AND DREA1I10. TIIK LAY OF AN UNtlF.QVITCn LOVK. t waited ones for the spring (o come On joyous wing from its southern home, r^if f * ?XCT In robes of tho rainbow'* hue ; | . fjj And eagerly watcbed for its blooming feet; For I knew where to find tho wind-flowers sweet, And the nooks where the violets grow. And I waited, too, for my roses bright To unfold their leaves in the summer light; . And among the many there. Wai on. hurt fairor ?hon all Ihn rust. One that I loved by far the best, And guarded with tenderest eare. Ah! never was breast than irilne more lorn Oj bitterer tear-drops sbeeVr g-? ?. ? I found that a worm its heart hid tori And my rose was soothed and dead. Iii fiUL I waited again for my "life" to bloom? I dreamed by night, and mom, and nooq Of its (lower that would be so fair ; It haunted my thoughts, and grew to be, With Its deep and hidden mystery, Its untold treasures rare. The one great end, to which my soul Looked forth as to...

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. — 11 September 1869

Ox OD"A-ISTD OTJH OOTIISTTIIY. Um i .v i .. ? ?, ,1 ti},-1 r_,__ 7', >i > o-miY.?? II?* ; ALWAYS t* ADVANCE. .1 ilA t 11. 1869. SB ilCarjH- cxclatwcd l'aul Gra ham, throwing aside the letter ho had been reading, end tossing the law book ?fr?*? Itia l-.p half-way ucros? tlio table. "'. "Lie here, yob old tautological hunt* hwp !" ii]i??jstrnjihiztMir :the book. ''You j ure not fit tu associate with a fellow, . \>li>>.-i' motto bhall heneeforth be?'?rrj*. "-'J o think the old mi.-er should have rit'iictnbcTi'd mo so handsomely at lust," lit, cmit'inned. again taking up ti.e letter rViWf running his eye over its contents, While his whole face spark U-d wih happy ?I swear it wai< kind in the pnpio jficojiU; .er? hum to luck?us the ?parks fly upward?no, thnt's not it; but <t. will do. 'Jhu gods preside ever their ,\?irth*. and suit their Meilings to their Ttewcwifte*. 'Now,' this fortune would, tl^ubtfess; have lasen scattered to top four winds, had it been niiue, be...

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. — 11 September 1869

"w?fw,?? f*m ?? ?i tue i GOD'aND OXJjH OOXJlSrTTiY. (Uli ??Mi W' hilft hVi SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11. 1869. TviDin aJ*.? $ fit *!<>u <7 ?rfi t#i hu I ?ilT ? ** ....-it". ^.,.Jr .-??^^??i<> <" I? ADVANCE. I ?>?' 1 lull- <<:??!. T NUMBER m ?j ? i v '"TT' pretty nursling to Ijlogull!.! amu l "U*?rpf /heat.'" exclaimed Paul Gra ham, throwing aside the letter he had . brcil VeadiiiL'. and tossing the law book fmn his 1 .p half-way aero*? the table. '?I'Av here, you old tautological hum bug !" apostrophizing the hook. "You J ntc not fit to associate with ? fellow, ?who?e umtto shall henceforth be?'c*rr/w wTo think the old mi.-er should have fe'numbered nie so handsomely at lust," to eon tin ro>d. again taking up ti.e letter pi! v". (ihl running hts eye over its contents, While his whole face spark lt d will happy x-xciteui'iH. "I swear it wat'kind in the \Ad < h ;p. and.turne tli.-an 1 c?er exp?oted. some people are born to luek?us the sparks fly ttpw...

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. — 11 September 1869

"TBEORANGEBURG NEWS saturday, SKPtTiI, 1869. The End of tho Whole The question of a new party organiza tion has, gone the rounds of the papers in the St^ate* jSjUd vaiious have been the opinions expressed. The Charleston ~19k'w$ and Columbia IVtcenLe, probably ^leajtV^^f South Carolina, on account or their Urge circulation aud the fact of thoir being published at tho two great nietropoles of the state, have both /'trimmed their sails" somewhat to meet a-<tnewind, but ihoy both advocate the "f Wfi&tcnauco and re-organixation of the Democratic party. The Winnsboro v Ar its, has taken an independent position lifcafl^T'^trr formation of the fcJfljttr^Party'' in the State. **?hM?r<ws other' papers, while echo N ing tho opinions of tho Charleston Acic?, ^Banjof of the Democracy, still, they all are for liberalizing tho platform of their s?j^lajf? hp as to admit tho great questions of Negro Suffrage and Reconstruction. ?** *^af?f press of the State has thus in general expressed i...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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