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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 6 November 1869

THE ORANGEBUKG NEWS . SATURDAY, NOV. 6, 1889. MALCOLM /. BROWNlfW, Editor. An Autumn Chat with our Heilders. ?iwinl'jiV.ju.', . Mr. Downing says in one of his pleas ant rural essays that tho autumn is the time to buy a country place. Tho sug gestion is ? sound one. The wealth of Summor leafage is no longor a disguisej through tho drooping and thinned fol iage you have a glimpso of all the con tours of the land: the stubble is a meas ure of tho harvest; the succulence of "the late grasses tell what wealth lies in the pasture lands, and the condition of the watercourses gives a fair idea of their average stage of usefulness. A facile writer speaks of the same subject more poetically thus: "Thore is many a susceptible youth whoso ad miration knows no bounds when Hero wears her wreaths aud laces, and is bril liant upon a festal evening; but if he will be wise lot him stay his decision, till he esps her in the undress of morning in the simple t of costumes; aud if at the breakfast hour h...

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. — 6 November 1869

_ DL Q C A. L. * :,: .? 1-??t?r-~? **?r SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1869. >. _._ . -' THE ORANGERURG NEW8 18 THE ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED IN ORANGEBURG COUNTY, AND PAYS WEEKLY VISITS TO EVERY HOUSE AND HAMLET IN THE COUNTY. MP* Correspondents must bear in mind that in no caso Wilt we publiah a ooromunioation unless the name of the Writer accompany it. QPJ^CIAE.-All Lejral Adrtr ? '5fu3bmbnts roust be P.UD for in ADVANCE, unless the OFFICERS from whom it comes will hold himself RESPONSI BLE far it. i aetW tf ?? To change Contract Advertisements notice mast be -given ou Tuesday morn Religious Notice.?A protraetod meeting will bo held in the Methodist Church at Orangeborg, commeucing on to-morrow and continuing during trw wcok. Rev. Dr. Jones, and Rev. Mr MoKonny will be present to assist 'he Pastor,. Rov. Mr. Crisp. '??i ii? a? ?? ? Annual Awmsss. ?It is announced that the Hon. John C. Breckenridge of Ke tttCky, Will . deliver tho ailbual ad dress before tho Stute Agiiouhural So oicty on Thu...

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. — 6 November 1869

POETRY. [?OB TH# 9SA9oasuao KXWS.] Tke Honest Man. _ g ? ft tTp^wiou um?. While lonely sitiing by some quiet wave, WalobV murmurs slowly by the honored grave great man, whose life has be?a a tness, pointing to that day eaaure all that' has been la every land .thai mores around the sun, I've tried to' think what meet deserves the preis*, What them* should claim the poet's sweetest lays. Whe. olmaakied is nearest, by his deeds. ?4 TffTV*!**' &ag who well supplied his And while my mind o'er all the subjects ran tok^MhsMsATy en the honest man. JPijijllHiTiM 9 that dwell opoa the earth, Seme are of low and some exalted birth, Bat whether he of whom I sing this song, Doth to the" latter or the first belong, .Mm shall shine brightest hi the heavenly sky. When life' It e'er; and he from earth shall fly. For what, I ask, oan be a nobler aim Than to lire honestly, and never olaim A thing hut that to which we hare a right, And taking God to be the only light To guide us safely through a si...

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. — 13 November 1869

rangeourg TWO DOLLAR? PER ANNUM, y GOD AND OTJB COUNTRY. ?{ ALWAY8 IN ADVANCE. VOLUME 3. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13. 1869. NUMBER 3<\ the orangeburg news ?:o:?? PUBLISHED AT ORANGRBUBG, 8. C. Every Saturday Morning, "HAS. IT. HALL <k CO. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. ?<?:? TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. <ic? 0?py for on* year. $2.00 ** Six Months... 1.00 \*y on* sending TEN DOLLARS, for ? *C^r\) *f New Subscribers will receive an SCXTRA COPT for ONE TEAR, free of charge. Amt on* sending FIVE DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPT for SIX MONTHS, free of eh&rg*. ??:? BATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.50 ?? " id " . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or ? as inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, .$5 00 H et ices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, &c.$0 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon t he meat liberal terms. ??>:? MARRIAGE end FUNERAL NOTICES, net exceeding on* Square, inserte...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 13 November 1869

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS SATURDAY, NOV. 13, 1869. MALCOLM L BROWNING, Eilitor? ^ Jii| Jung? H?ge and Labor?^ Od Saturday last Judge Ilogc deliv ered^ a, sjieecU to the colored, people at this place, iu which he rccouiiucuded to tticui the importance of organizing them < tel ve# ^iloj tal^of ^essoiintibns, for their own protection, lie advised them to jig rev upou aod rdetormiue , fixed wages for laborers; first, class bauds so much, second class hands, something less, and so on,, and to keep these terms inviolu lle' - '? ti ,Now wc assume the prerogative of tie press to notice aud comment upou this : advice. We arc well aware that these "labor organizations exist generally in the cities at the North and that they are a great benefit to the laboring class. But the ingredic >i' intelligence that prompts and guinea this movement, amotig the laboring classes at the North, 18 totally wanting among our laboring classj the ingredient of industry and providcucc, so characteristic cf the No...

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. — 13 November 1869

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 18?9 _? < ?: ???>?? -r;_ THE OKAJPGEBURO NEWS IS THE ONLY ?H?^?BEISII ED IN ORANOEljUlta COtj^TY, AND EV WnpjuMlliiWA ND II AM LET IN lotitf>- must bear in ininoTThat in no easo Vlll v.o publish a communication unions tbo name of the ?A tUei-accomp.-iuy- it. . . , TbSK.MKNTS mlist be l"\ ID POR iN .UiV.VXCR. bnlfM the .qt'^lTKf^ from whoin it cynes wWl'h?hl li'msoif "It r'.SI'ONSI , To change. Cou'.raet Advertisements notice must be given on Tuesday mom ,tPaA..rf?:j.nj...... ^i.,.To, THE, l'KOi'bt.?Wo iuvit? ilm h'Uoution of our subscribers and rMidV-rs to- the varo offer vvc mata to ttyem t^his ?'S&SF' To nc:w* sf?ut4ujrl '-ind* to old subscribers renewing their subscrip tions, and u.vithr in advance, wo will I - * >? j i Jj' { (\ ?' ? ? l j , ? send the Am Elite an Stuck Jouunai., an .-J.'li: an qxcclleub farmers' lungaz'Ue for one year."Kit EE. If the good peo: ple-of Prau<icbu?; County, need any iu ducenieUt, w lirpp^rrMRe^r Cuontv paper...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 13 November 1869

tSKS??Yi NOVEMBER 13,'l8?9 THE ORA^KQILRG NEWS 18" ?UBLISI1ED )UNTY, AND HgV I S 1 T S T O I] AND HAMLET miisc abear in inind'that in n'o case "will wo publish a communication uulcs.s the name of the w.citei--;ace..ujLn!iij it. . T..,^.-^..~-^_tr *!-. ? ' - / TLSIvUKNTS must be TMlD FUR iN A'iA'ANCR. unless the .OFFICERS from whom it co:he? wilt hold hsbisol'f RKSl'OXSI rTLE foc'it: ? oct lis ' .?-:-iu o; i .? i ...'...? 0] feu x ?wk' .: ? r . ,'- .;. V, , To chaugctCoujraet Advertisements . notice mutft be given on Tuesday morn XX'- TtV-'^HI, ,d?K(>i?libx.?Wo iuvita ihe hVtc'ntioti of our subscribers and mob rs i is to old subscribers renewing their subscrip tions, send nubble nu axeellont laruiers' uiagax'Ue For one year.'FitEE. li the good peo ple. ?.ue??t tQrtlie rasp offer wc Jutta to them ?\\v ?WM'-** TlVUVKe^Mx, subscribers renewing their subscrip i. and p.v'iug in advance, wo will I the American Stuck JouuxAt., r^QrauuobuLg Cj^ity, need any in r^nmdt.MIirpport^tHt^rVonnfy...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 13 November 1869

THE ORA^GEUURG NEWS IS THE ONLY VUBMSHED IN OllAN^K^frfMpn&TY, AND i\KY&f$fyiilf,-y I S I T S TO EVElttV i; respondents- must .Jwar in mind that Tu no case "will we publish a communication unless the name of ibe wciy^accouipMiy it. . Bpf^iai,.-in y^Kai a<iV?t. TRSKMRNTS tulist be R\!D FUR iN A?V.AXt;B. unjess the .OFFICERS from Trh-.in it comes will h?h! himself It ESl'ONSl RLTJfor'Tt? _j octltP <f , To change, Coutraet Advertisements notice must bo ?riveu on Tuesday morn To THi RKOJPUU.?\Y? iuvitt* the hltcution of our subscribers and rentiers to- tlie rar^ offer wc make to tbein uVls ?^V."?? Si^MVsfLr^orJ Wiu old subscribers renewitig their subscrip tions, and pacing in advance, wc. will send the American Stuck Journal, aji.able nu excellent (armors' utngaz'ue tor one year."*FRE*E. If the godd pco ple-uf Oivtliucbur^ Cntuity, need any ill ducemm^t, to s't^ptii t their t'-unity paper,! they ccrtattily'ltiivc :t gbbd anil srtrtilly - onsynows -Wo invite thorn to call a...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 13 November 1869

POETRY. A First Sorrow. "Arise! this day shall shift* For Evermore To tho a star divine On Time's dark shore. Till now thy soul has been All glad and gay; Did it awake and look At grief to-day! No shade has como between The? and the Sun : Like some long childish dream Thy life has run. But now the stream has reached A dark deep sea, And sarrow, dim ?ad crowned Is waiting thee? Each of God's soldiers bears A sword divine; St retch out thy trembling hands To-day for thine! To eaeh anointed Priest God's summons oame; Oh, soul He speaks to-day? And calls thy name. Then with slow, revivent steps, And beating heart, From out thy joyous days, Thou must depart. And leaving all behind Come forth alone. To join the obosen band? Around the thone. Raise up thine eyes?be strong, Nor east away The crown that God has given Thy soul to-day!" - ??-?-??HB!?! Some time ago there was a trial for tresspass in cutting wood from a neigh bor's premises without authority. One of the plaintiff's witnesses wa...

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. — 13 November 1869

POETRY. A First Sorrow. ??Arise! tats day shall shine For Evermore To the a star divine On Time's dark shore. 'Till now thy soul has been All glad and gay; Did it awake and look At grief to-day 1 No shade has come between Tke? and tke Sun: Like seme long childish dream Thy life kaa run. But now tke stream kas reached A dark deep sea, And sorrow, dim sad crowned Is waiting thee? Eaek of God's soldiers bears A sward divine; Stretck out thy trembling hands To-day for thia? 1 To each anointed Priest God's summons came; Oh, soul He speaks to-day? And calls thy name. Then with slow, rovivent steps, And beating keart, From out thy joyous days, Thou must depart. And leaving all bekind Come forth alone. To join tke okosen band? Around the tkone. Raise up thine eyes?be strong, Nor east away Tke crown tkat God kas given Tky soul to-day I" Sorna time ago there was a trial for tnawjmss in catting wood from a neigh bor's premises without authority. One of the plaintiff's witnesses was a plain old...

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. — 13 November 1869

_POETRY. A First Sorrow. ?'Arise I this day ahalt shin* For Evirraoro To tbo a star divine On Time's dark ?bore. 'Till bow thy soul has been All glad end gay ; Did it awake and look At grief to-day ! Mo shade has come between Theo and the Sun: Like sonar long childish dream Thy life nan run. Bat now the stream has reached A dark deep sea, And sorrow, dim and crowned Is waiting thee? Each of God's soldiers bears A sword divine; St retch oat thy trembling hands To-day for thine 1 To eeeh anointed Priest God's summons enme; Oh, soul He speaks to-day? And calls thy name. Then with slow, rovivent steps, And beating heart, From out thy joyous days, Thou must depart. And leaving all behind Come forth alone. To join the chosen band? Around the thone. Raise up thine eyes?be strong, Nor east away The crown that God has given Thy soul to-day I" Some time ago there was a trial for trespass in cutting wood from a neigh bor's premises without authority. One of the plaintiff's witnesses was a plai...

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. — 20 November 1869

TW(j DOLLARS PER ANNUM, y GOD A.TSTD OXJH COUNTRY. <| ALWAYS IN ADVANC5. VOLUME 3. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20. 1869. NUMBER 40. ! r* U&?LiNIT?LD U ?I3 i> ?j w d "* ? :o:? PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBURG, 8. Ci Every Saturday Horning. ?to:? nHAS. ff. HALL & CO. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. ?to*? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ono Copy for one year.... $2.00 \ ?. t. .< gjx Months. 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Club of Now Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of ?barg?. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS. Ter a Clnb of New Subscribers, will receive ?n'ESTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of ?charge. ?:o:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. I Square 1st Insertion. $1.50 ? 2d ? . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or ??ae inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices,.$5 00 Netsces of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, &c.$9 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the featot liberal terras. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, ? ot exseeding one Squ...

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. — 20 November 1869

THE ORANGEBURGf NEWS SATUR?A** NOV. 20, 18??[ itAfiVOLit t. BROWNING, hditor. The Fair at Columbia. The State Agricultural and Mechani cal Fair is over, and has proved a decided success. Iuits material results the oo caBion is au important ouo. .An impetus has bocn given to nil branehos of indus try, ah encouragoment to all kiuds of ngripulturalinnd farming cntorpriso. Tnc\ast* tnrong reprcsentitig the energy and strength of the State, have separated tc fhcif b'?&cs, refreshed and cheered byJ the tokens of progress nud restoration sent up frotn all pans; tho bright festiv ity naV pit fled leaving only happy recol lections'; tlio carnival of the harvest season,' bins, sped, but its rieh fruits, and productions, aud tho glad feelings of con tent, and hopes for the futuro, linger as the happy memorial* of tho occasion.? Our people can well exult at tho issue. Despite'aft their ills, too familiar to need ?numeration, they have exhibited to themselves aud to the stranger, that by ihc...

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. — 20 November 1869

THE OBANGEBURG NEWS SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 18(>9. MA t. VOL 31 I. DROWXIKG, Editor. Tho Fair at Columbia. Tho State Agricultural ami Mechani cal Fair is ovor, and has proved a decided Buochs.1?. In its material results tho oc casion is no important one. An impetus has bocn given to all branches of indus try, ah eucouragoment to all kinds of agricultural and farming enterprise. Tiio\ast*tnrongreprcsenting theoucrgy ami strong! h of the State, have separated to their homes, rofreshed and cheered by the tokens of progress aud restoration sent ?p froin all parts; tho bright festiy ity has ended leaving ouly happy rccol lections; tlm carnival of the harvest season,' lias, sped, but its rich fruits, and productions, aud tho glad feelings of con tent, and hopes for the future, linger as the happy memorials of tho occasion.? Our people can well exult at tho issue. Respite uli their ills, too familiar to need enumeration, they have exhibited to themselves aud to the stranger, that by thejr pr...

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. — 20 November 1869

SATURDAY* NOVEMBER 20, 1869 ?' ?? ? ? ? ? i-??->? Rkcon8truction, a Story of tho 'intos," iu Ltio title of an original, which i tines, vrill appear iu our next. "TTnnd in what you owe us for sub flfriniifT, in*1 save us tho trouble, of butting a X on you&rpaper. Wo know you don t like to see it on the nun gin of i jour paper. Wo don't like -to see it BtrVjfOU'Uiuai pity up, or you will BOtfti] seo |t. ' Our dt:vil gave us notice lli'.e morning that he wanted 5.0) cents on Christmas day, wq must ruise that sum, ho vuiiiii forward, and you will gob many a blessing from the '?Devil."' Wc-dou't want money so awful bad, btlf oflr cfeditoVs' do." *-\a 2 Jit ? i .? . ! \_ O??ltT IIousk:?Wo learn that the County Commissioners have leased thu old Lutheran Church for the purposes of holding the Sessions of the Court T he building will be fitted up and ready for tho January tcnu. The comuiunicutiou of "Householder," Vrill appear in our next issue. ????.???? pmmm - Wo nrc informed that u...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 20 November 1869

POETRY. Captain Jinks of tho Horso Mr. rlnes. I fti.i Captain Jinks of the horse Marine?, I *f ten live beyond my means, I sport young ladies in their teens, To out a swell in the army. I teach the La-dies how to dance, How to dance, how to dance, I teach the La-dies how to dance, For Pia thotr pc'. in the army. Brosts*.?-Ha! ha! ha! ? OUOBt'S. I'm Cap-tain Jinks of tho Horse Marines, I give ray horse good pork and beans; Of course its quite beyond my means, Tho* a Captain in the ar-my. I joined my corps when twenty-one, Of coarse I thought it capital fun. _ Wheu the enemy came then ofT I run, 1 was'nt cut'for the army, * When I left home mama she cried, Man* she cried, mama she cried. ?'He slut cut, ont for the army." Hrcxss.?No, she thought I was too young, ' 'but then I said, ah! mama, I'm Captain Jinks of the horse Marines, &c. The first day I went out to drill, The bugle sound made me quite ill, At the Balance step my hat it fell, And that wouldu't do for the army. The offi...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 27 November 1869

^0^6j!.,A!lS PEJl ^VXNlf^F^'*^-^''^ , GO? - AN2p < > I \U COUNTRY. V ALWAYS IN ADVANC1I ? 3. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27,; 1869. NUMBEB 43} the (vrangeb?rg news BLISHED AT ORANOEBUBO, Blzd E?ory Satunlay Mornlngr. I S. II. HA LL & CO. iSfTSRS AND"'PROPRIETORS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Or<? (Lloj) year. $2.00 " Sis Months...... 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for n Clnb/,nf. Ntrw Spbscribria, will recoive an EXTRA Odt*Y for ONE YEAR, free ot .^Bffceii Xiiy one sending FIVE DOLLARS, ,f?r a Olyb 01 Now Subscribers, will rccpivo an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of RATE8 OF ADVKBT18ING. I Squaro 1st Insertion......':... $1.50 H 2d " .1.00 A Square consists of 10 linea Brovier or eae inch of ^Adveclising space. Administrator's Notices, .$5 00 Notices Of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, &c.$0 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the tneat.liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, ?et* exceeding one Square, inserted without Charge. ?:o:? Terms ?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 27 November 1869

the (iran?eb?rg ne\vs ? PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBURG, S. c', Evory Saturday Morning. ' **;J?',|r.*"< ~~::o:*7r * . j" ?'7/J.S. If. JIALL<CCO. ? rUBLISHB-RS AND*"PROPR1ETOKS. .- ... i ?:o:?? ' , TERMS' OF SUBSCRIPTION. ?dt <i?*-*l *>' *.-?>?? V ?-f^uK' ?' ufi',v Ontj Copy for oj)Q year. $2.00 <' " ...? Six Months."..... 1.00 Any one sending - TKN' DOLLARS, for a, Clnb jof. Naw Subscribers, will receive ani EXTRA C0f>Y for' ONE YEAR, frco of ,?hafgei lrfy\>ne sondlng FIVE DOLLARS, ,f?r a Club of Now Subscribers, will rccpivo ?n EXTRA COW for SIX MONTHS, free of $m RATK8 OF ADVERTISING. I Square \t\t. Insertion. $1.00 " 2d ?? . 1.00 a 8Q?utre consists of 10 lines Brevier or ?ae inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices,.$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians Ad ministrators, Executors, &c.....$0 00 Contrnct Advertisements inserted upon the best liberal terms. - - MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, ??t' exceeding one Square, inserted w ithout charge. -:o:? To...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 27 November 1869

..... VISTIX ptjp COUNTRY. <{ ALWAYS-IN ADVANCSjV? TURD^AX MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 1869. NUMBER 41 1 EOEAN?BBtTR?-NEWS tSIt?p -AT Ol! ANGEB1 KU, ?. fr. ry Saturday Morning. Hk n. HALL A d?. *U#t?8H?Rs ANir: proprietors. TERMS GF SUBSCRIPTION. " Six Months..1,00 Any one Bcndincr TEN DOLLARS, for ft, Clnb r?S. N'ftw Subscribers, will receive an KXTIlX CtTPY for' ?Ni: Y*KAR. free or .*Hmf%c .XnVone sending FIVE DOLLARS. tf?r a Club of New Subscriber.-, will reepive ^4 JBXt^A COPY for SIX MOST US, free of /WS*. :;. RATE8 OF ADVRRTISING. I Square 1st Insertion. $1.00 2d '? .1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or ?n? inch of Advertising Bpacc. Administrator's Notices.$5 00 ?Uti"= if -Dl^jiwai of Guardians. Ad ministrator.?, Executors, &c.$0 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the taest lihcral terms. . '. . '?-:o:? MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not ? os.jceding one Square, int??rted without charge. *? Terms Cash in Advance. "?a L4W NOTICE. DeTreville & Sistruiik, ATTO...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 27 November 1869

THE OHANGEB?RG NEWS SATURDAY, NOV. 27, 1869. MALCOLM I. BROWNING, Bditor. Gen. Wade Hampton's Speech at, Macon. The oration of Gen. Hampton at the Georgia State Fair on tho 17th instant was decidedly one of his most splendid snorts. Its tone of high patriotism and oftruo realisation of the destiny and duty of the Southern people commend it to every heart, His views of labor and the colored people, are practical nod wise. Ho thinks that tho colored man from his constitution aod situation is the most efficient laborer for tho South; that it, that he can be made the most valuable nod effective laborer that we can get. But in order to render him ?ach both the land-Owner and the colored man himself have much to do. "We," he says "must exercise great forbearance, constant prudence and steady kiudncss. We must make him feel that his interests are iudissolubly bound up with ours; that hiyh prices for our products insure hiyh wages for him. Let us he scrupulously just iu our deal ings with h...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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