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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 4 March 1875

[raclepencieiit Paper Devoted to ftlie Interests oi tlie People. VOLUME IV. ORANGEB?RG, -S?DTH ? CAROLINA, 1 THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1875. NUMBER 4. A OltARMIftO WOMAN. A ohanulnR woman, 1'vo hoard It aald By other Women a'a light as ake; Mut all In valu I pua7.led.my head To flud wherein tho charm may ue. Her face, Indeed, la protty enough, AuUhor form la qulto as Rood aa thobe?t, Wuoro nature haft filventho UQuy elnlT, And a clover mlllluer all tho roat. Intelligent ? Ycb?In a certain way, With tho fomlnlno gift of ready apecch, And knows very well what not to say Whenever tho thomo transcends her rcacu. lint turn tho toplo on thing* to weir, < From an opera oloak to u rohn ae nutt? Uat8,'haMiuca or bonueta?'(*1U niaheyouataro To neu how fluent the lady can bo. Her.laugh ia hardly a thing to please; Fop an honoat laugh must alwaya atart From a gleoaomo mood, like a aurtdon brceae, And her* la purely a matter of art? A muacnlar form mado to show vrnat nature aoaigncd to jio beneath T...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 4 March 1875

VOLUME IV. ndependent Paper Devoted to rtlie Interests of tlie People. ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1875. : ;? , 'i inn ii m i ,. ..nil)] i, . : . ? ff1 ..." 1 j ' ? NUMBER 4. A cii?iiniiftu WOMAN. A charming woman, I've hoard It said 13y other wonien tin light as sko; Bat all lu vnlu I puw.lcdmy bead To Hud wherein tllo charm may up. Ucr face, iudced, 1b pretty enough. And hor form is r-ullo a8 Rood as the boat, Wuoro nature haB given the bouy stuff, Aud a clever nillliuer ail tho re?t. Intelligent 7 Yen?in a certain wav, With tho fominiuo girt of ready epaecn. And knows very well what iiot to 6ay Whenever tho theme transcends her reach, liut turn tho topio on thlug? to weir, From an opera cloak to a rohr de n\t%t? Hats,'bainuca or bonnets?\*ill mako you staro Xo mo how lluout the lady cau bo. Her laugh Is hardly a thing to ploaso; For an lionost laugh must always start From a gleoaomo mood, Hb? a sudden breeze, And hers is purely a matter of art? A muscular form ...

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. — 4 March 1875

GEBUEG TIMES, ORANGEBUUG, S. CM BI?KCH 4, 1875, ETILES K. ?IELLICHAMP, Editor. G. W. W HITEHE A D, Pp?Iisiier and Business Managkh. , ?-~ . ? BgU We art in no way responsible for the 4iem or opinion's of our Correspondents. EDUCATE THE MASSES. The character of a pooplo is in a great measure estimated by the char acter of the government, nor can tho litte bt regarded as an unreasonable one. If the masse; nro virtuous and intelligent, there is no more reason JoY 0 corrupt government to ensuo than there is reason to expect corrupt ftoit from a good and sound tree. If, however, the masses are igno rant and degraded, it is natural to expect their representatives to bo sim ilarly affected. It mould therefore be the prido of the people to look well to tho character ot their government. Public opinion is a potent influence, and it is of the highest importance that it should be correctly formed. Tiiat public opinion which commends men for what is improperly called po litical shrewdness is ut...

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. — 4 March 1875

OR ? ff GE j?UR G TIM ES. ORANGEBORu, S. C.v HAUCH'4, 1875, STILES R. SlELLTCIIAMP, Editor. G. W. WHITEHEAD, PufitlSIIER AN1> P.TJ8INES8 MANAGK?. BggU We O'"* ?t? no tiay responsible for the 4 fem or opinions of our Correspondents. ED UCA TE THE MASSES. Tho character of a people is in a great measure estimated by the char acter of the government, nor cnn tho isle be- regarded as an unreasonable ofife". If the masse? aro virtuous and intelligent, there is no more reason for a corrupt government to ensue than there is reason to expect corrupt flail from a good and sound tree. If, however, tho masses are igno rent and degraded, it h natural to expect their representatives to bo sim ilarly affected. It should therefore 1>* the pride of the people to look well to the character ot their government, Public opinion is a potent influence, and it is of the highest importance that it should bo correctly formed. That public opinion which commends men for what is improperly called po litic...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 4 March 1875

CJounty Commissioners. Office, ORANGEBURG, S. 0., Sept. 5th 1874 Pursuant, to See. 27 of nn Act "Defining tho Jurisdiction and duties of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS," approved Soptember 88th, 18C8, and nil Acts Amendatory thereto, tho CLAIMS against tho County of Orangeburg, AUDITED by the Board of County Com telasloaeri, showing the SqpocdUurca, and for what purposes, from Nor. 1st 1878 to Not. Jut 1874, are hereby published i Amount Amount Nonas, Claimed Allowed Charles H Groan.,. Trial Justice fund. 4 00. 2 00 *?. '? . 0 90. ? 00 ??. " ... ... 700. 2 00 j. ? . 8 10...... 8 00 JUwIb Moss. " . 80 00_ 20 00 ". " ? 24 00...... 15 00 Peter Brown. ?? . 0 00. 4 00 ". " . 28 00. 14 00 .,. ?? ... ... 17 05...... 10 00 1C Whitimoro... " ... ... 0 00....... 0 00 JsnuE Payne. ?? . 6 00. 6 00 WUfiftifall............. ?? . 18 40. 5 00 Oes WflUaau. ?? . 1 25. 1 26 J*fc& R Wainamaker. . **. . 22 00_12 00 JAM Halgler.<. ?? . 26 00. 20 00 J A J Hildebrand.,. " ... ... 18 00. 10 00 F B Johnson.?. "...

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. — 4 March 1875

THY NAD1K. 11 Ma lUo roio thy uam*?it bluBbcd and stirred; Its petals trembled as in ecstasy; I cried thy atmo aloud?and lo l tho bird **S*>1 Uursl lutOBpng wltuiu the thick-leaved tree. I spake it xrhqu U40 morn was Rray aud cold, Aiut ntralnht woiii out in? ejint shot up iho sun ; I epako It in Uio.iiiRbt -the cloud* that rolled Abovo ditpereed, the stars catuo oue by oue. Nhould nn v wjiisper it when on my face ' Tao LIroe earth lies, calm ?leeplug nudGrfjrounoj I Hilnk my heart again would beat a epsce, And that my Hps would Iremblo at Uio eound. ? And if before tho gates of beavon I came, And could for mine own wortb no entranco win. I think that then, if I ?honld name thy name, ' . Tho oterual doora would swIdr and let me in. ?d Iii? ?*;".' ;s A ?Js^ourn<<ed Hoy. Crabapplo's boy mid read that touoh iug Thanksgiving Btory about the ohap' who ran away from home when a boy nnd went to sea and wbb not hoard of for years and years ; and how every Thanksgivings day tho moth...

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. — 11 March 1875

An In'dep'en^ieiit Paper 13?evoted.- to iTiteveBt? ol tlie People, '.IV. . ORANGEB?RG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1875. "*'"'" "" ' " " 1 11 " ' " 11 ' T' ' ' 1 1 ?????? _,_;_ NUMBER 5. Tho Wandering, pbw once said to mo, . J il I vtweod tnr?Sl?u lu'e city* in the cool-of - tho year; - A raan iu tho gardun?lrto??Tr!iit from a tree. I asked, How long hau too city been hero ??' Antf^tn^e'rSdrjnOj arid ?o plucked hwhy, J ; i ' ^j!"* V^X8 It*?* ,,fh4relt?ahd?tblfoY, i j Anxqb&eul r?llefeuiX:farwvf r and-aye.'" Tfrlie.l'JnrJrid'ytani rolled by, and then <J|wtfWKWtlie?Belf-Ba:nj6roaUagain; ? ? - ? J No trace of a clty.thoro J found; ? ? A shepherd eat blowing his pipo alone, His Hock wore qnletiy nibbling around, agjftod. "How lour; im? this city been roiio?" Arul U'oanawcrcd me, aud ho'piped away, ?? rho neV;?!!?? bloom and. the old decay, This lo myi/asturo-gTOuna fop aye."-- .' * Fivo hundred years rolled by, and then I traveled tho eelf-sauio road again. AiufcLcamo to ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 11 March 1875

A.n Independent Paper Devoted to the Intei-est? oi the People. l^MS iV^ ?RANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1875. NUMBER 5. .. "??'??>] Tho Wandering, flow oncoBatd to mo, I passed ^roMgli tab'city'in tUo cool-of iho year: A man In tho gardon'Y-hiokca'rrnit from a tree. I asked, ?* How Ion? baa too olty boon boro AnflBW^n^t r^i wo, ana bo piucKea>v#?y? ? iPfliw aiwfrva stood wl(6re it Bland? tj)-dav, , AukM?rSli willBfen/r f?r tqW and aye." I Fm 9fl?4rfdIyearB JroUed by, ?od tticn ?I "traveled' tno'Boir-saui? road again. No traco of a clty.thorq I found; ? .A icboiuiord sat blowing blB plpo alone, Ills flock woro quietly nibbling arouud. .IUtond, 'TJow long has tUUjolty V.ppn geno?" , Anflna answered me, aba ho piped away, " Pbo new.?nt? bloom and tbo old decay, ThlB la :r.y pasture-ground for ayo." Flvo bundrod yrara rolled by, and then I traveled tbo eolf^satuo road again. came to ECS, a .id the, WaVCfl did roar, ia fisherman tUrn .v bla'not out clear, And, v.'U'...

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. — 11 March 1875

OBAHQEBU11G T11LES. - j_ ? ?? ORANGEBURU, S. C, MARCH 11, 1875.' W. WHITEHEAD, PXIBl.lSUEK .VXD Business Managbu. VJcT>.~ We arc in no tray responsible for (he views or opinions of our Correspondents. To the Patrons of tho ' Times." It will doubtless be a mutier of sur prise to most of you to find, wit'i tins issue, that the Times hits passed into ether hands, and an explanation on thy part may therefore be expected. With this view I would slate, that although the paper has never since its establishment enjoyed tho patronage it should, as au independent advocate of the interests of the minority, com peting with a well fed "official organ/' supported liberally by tho Democrats, it is to-day in as prosperous condition ns it ever has been, tho subscription list and advertising patronage being just as largo?if not larger?than at any other period of its existence. The financial prospects of tho paper would rather encourage continuance, but, unfortunately, my health having failed to 9i...

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. — 11 March 1875

ORAjN gebuiig times. ?RANGE?t'K?, S. C, MAKCH 11, 1875. G* W. WHITBHEAD, PUBMSUKR and business MaKAGKU. We avc. in no icay responsible for (he vi'etr? or opinions of our Coirespondcnls. To the Patrons of the ? Times." It will doubtless be a matter of sur prise to most of you to find, with this issue, that the Times has passed into other hands, aud au explanation on my part may therefore be expected. With this view I would state, that although tho paper has never sinco its establishment enjoyed tho patroungo it should, as an independent advocate of the interests of the minority, com peting with a well fed "official organ," supported liberally by the Democrats, j it is to-day in on prosperous condition ns it ever has been, tho subscription list and advertising patronage being just as large?if not larger?than at any other period of its existence. The financial prospects of the paper would rather encourage continuance, but, unfortunately, my health having failed to such an oxtent that i...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 11 March 1875

.i_4l_Ji,_r 6 I s ? | P a MANUFACTURERS OF BUILDING MATERIAL GENERALLY. Oressed Flooring,Ceiling, "Weather Boards Mouldings for Building Purposes, in Great Variety. XEWEL8, HAND-KAILS, liALLUSTERS, WOOD-TURNING and Scroll SAWING GOOD AND SUBSTANTIAL WORK made as cheap at thu.estabushmcnt as can be made in the United State.*). Wo have on hand the largest stock of the above, South of the city of Baltimore, all of which wo guarantee will give enti e satisfaction to all who want good, substantial work. The subscribers are the only practical mechanics?Sash Blind and Door Makers?by trade, carrying on the business in the city of Charleston, ftnd can refer to gentlrmen all.over this State, Georgia, Arorth Caiolhm and Florida, as to tne character of their work for the past twenty years. NOTICE On account of the manner in which we box up our work, arid onr own Assumption' of the risk of Breakage of Glass with ordinary bundling, our goods are ship ped over the roads in this State at Half Rates...

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. — 11 March 1875

u?rTJ* and 11wit par. Ulddv Fiactte, ?>ave F?wtte, I b-?w Fluclt j ime morning, Anil preMy Flnotte sho was nursing her pet, With airs or rebuke and warning; Bhe carried her pet m her itatoored gown, And -cclded at piURnrltb finger and frown ? ?'Ab, would you, pussy? Lie- down, llodowul now pretty she looked that morning! How pretty oho looked, tho young Finotte, UVr woll-ael HmbB how llBBome I - Thq atax and hand that nursed tho pet, Wlmt would one glvo to Mbb 'em ? But'Flnetlo looked rroes, aud this was tho cause:. Fuw, the pot, was airing hor claws? Aud then I thought or some old men's saws? How lucky I did not ml?s 'em 1 I looked Bt Flnolte, soft, smooth Finotto, As soft as down of tJder. .< And I Haw that Finotto hsd claws llko hor pol; I Aad yot, could I ever chide her ? To a creature as Boft as tho eider down, I never could baar. with Anger and frown, . To tar, " Ah, would you ? Lie down,.Ho down!" *" *dr watch' her about llko a spider. ? But if I.niarriod tho plump Fino...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 11 March 1875

FIN IST IK AMU llfciit PIST. ddv Fiuelte, Grave Finite, ?W Flnettjono morning, And pretiy FloeU? she wu nursing her pel, She carried her pot lu her uatacred gnwu, And scolded at pnsa with floper and frown ? ?' Ah, would you, pussy ? Lie down, Ho down I How pretty nho looked that morning I Hoif pretty sho looked, tho young Flnctte, I Irr well.net limbs how lissome ! Tb4 A(ih and hand that nursod tho pot, , 'What would ono glvo to kiss 'em t But'Ftriette looked cross, and this was the cauao: | Puss, the pot, was airing hor claws? And then t thon?ht of soiuo old men's saws Howl ueky I did not miss 'em I I lookod at Flnctte, soft, smooth Flnette, - As soft as down of eider. And I Baw that Finotto had claws llko her i>et; Ami yot, couid I ever chide bcr 7 To a creature as soft as tho elder down, 1 never could bear, with fluffer and frown, To eay, Ali, would you t JUo down,, lie down!" 3t' - Or watoh her about like a spider. But if T married tho plump Finotte, Tb.at.Booh. would bo my d...

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