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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 1 January 1870

THE ORANGEB?RG NEWS SATURDAY, JAN. 1,1870. MALCOLM L DROWNING, Editor. 1870. Ehcw! fugace* labuntur anni! It b well at this season, to pause awhile, in the routine of life's avocations, to Stop for a moment from the dizzy Sight of events in which our thought* and habits become imperceptibly mixed, acquiring tho rapidity and hurry of their evolution. Times oliange and wo change with them, and change as rapidly as they do. The Christmas-tide and the close of tho year suggest retrospection. The associations of the season enrry each heart back in roverio to the long ago. Ic the bright yule-lire, we can recall, tad see again the fancied castles, tho forms, tho faces, that wn used lo see so distinctly in the coals in childhood. Never mind what has happened since. We wero happy thou. Have those bright scenes, moulded in fancy among thp firc coalu, become realities now in life ? Does that beautiful couutouuuee, seen then in boyhood, bend ovor you now in manhood, and love aud uhcer you. Perh...

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. — 1 January 1870

L O O .A. I.. 8ATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1870. Christmas was enjoyed to a groat do grco and in every variety of manner iu Orangeburg. Despite the dreadful wreath every ono seemed determined to re member that, rain or shine, it was Christ mas, and that it should bo tnado merry. School Notices.?The exorcises of, the two excellent. school.-, Miss. Albergot ti's nud Mr. Fctin's, will bo resumed on Tuesday next. See their advertisements. A PntZK?Godey's Ladv's Book? "Wo offer the Godey'is Lady a Book for ono year to the writer of the best Ori^i ual Story. The decision to bo mado by * eoininittoo of gentleinen, tu.be appoint ?d by tho editor. The story iA-t tu be longer thun ten pages foolscap, und the'* prize story und such others as we deem lit, to be published in the Oranoeuuiui WeW8. Stories to be banded in before .10 1st of February next. At a meeting of the Elliott Ilook and Ladder Company, on the 13th of De cember, Mr. J. II. W?hlers was elected Secretary, in place of Mr. Chas.S. Bull, r...

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. — 1 January 1870

New Year's Greeting. AocepLdoair- friends, and patrons kind and Tho heart fell wishes that wo send to you Through this, our Nsw Ykak's Grbktinq! Fjrst wo wish? As appetizer for your favorite ?lirh? The bent of humor, and tho best of health; Tho h;?t exceeding luxury and wealth. A New Year's wta^i for each succeeding hour Throughout the coining yoarl Be this our ' dower I Your daily blessings?may they still increase, And bring you happiness, and joy and peace; May friends bo faithful, and your love. 1 onos near, And this, alt this, irake bright tho glad New ' Yoarl i:? And now, dear friends, North, 8o?th, and Wast and East, Wo spread bofor? you all our mental feast; Though rich, it will not pall upon tho taste, Or cause tho precious h?urs to run to waste. Ohgico viands from all lauds?tho "feast of ??aaou And flow of soul"?choice bits, and quito in season; Rare-"fruits, from every clime and every Bhore, And "flowcits bright flowers." Pray, wh > could ask for more To smooth their wa...

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. — 8 January 1870

Sa??a^mr-rif LU). IL..I. .,^1 r .-~ ?- ?: j _. .... .!-?ja?.?su.i j.i.,.uu_ 11J tt.: :vv 81 LJ TWO > ANNUM. > GOD iA-TSTX) OUR C(J?NTRY. { ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. git In SATURDAY MORNING!'- JANUARY 8, 1870. NUMBER 47. TH&QRANGEBURG NEWS d-.u.'-i Ll->A i ' PUBLISHED .AT ORANGEBURG, S. C. c. iEiery Satnrtlay Morning. -??? ' ?:o:? <<]Tas. rr. HALL* CO. P ? BL1 sn F.HS AND PROPRIETORS. ill ?' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy for one yeor. $2.00 *~ " Six Months. 1.00 Any one Bonding TEN DOLLARS, for a Club of Sow Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, Tree of charge Any ono sending FIVE DOLLARS, /?r a Club of New Subscribers, will receive ?n EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of ?karge. *? '' _-o-? rl'RATEB OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.50 ?? ?? 2d ?.? . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or ?oae Inch of Advertising spacek Administrator's Notiees, .$5.00 notices of Dismissal of Guardian*, Au ministratbrs, 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. — 8 January 1870

THE 0J^&m^''Sm8 SATURDAY, JAN. 8,1870. MALCOLM I. BROWNING, Editor. The Labor Questiou. This ia tho question now. Hands for this year! Let us see how tho cuso stands. Hundreds of negroes in ibis county have bought land of their own. Hundreds of white farmers have con tracted with no hands yet, and many see no chanco of getting any. Many no doubt, will get no bunds this year. And to those we say plainly, "'Tis your own fault." While many uro soiling lands to the colored people, as many are complaining ?gainst this, and abusing thoso who have sold i&nd to those people. We shall not discuss tho policy of selling laud iu this way. Much of it has been sold, and the colored men arc building aud set tling upon it. . We say emphatically, this docs not in terfere with men coutracting with them to mnlce their crops. We will illustrate by the plan fur nished by n gentleman in this county, and one who is never at a loss for as many hands as he wants. He has rented lauds to families all ...

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. — 8 January 1870

LOG A Ii . SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1870. ?-_. - We regrcot to learn of the death of Mrs. O. II. Murrow, on old and estcom ed resident of Orangcburg. She died yesterday morning about 7 o'clock,, after a short illness. Court.?The Court of General Ses sions and Common Pleas met on Mon day luM at 2 o'clock, P. M; Judgo Car |>enter as usual .ready for business. ?. R. Scabrook, Esq., is acting Solicitor, for this term. The Court has been engaged during the week iu the trial of State ?cases. -' None of these nre of great im portance or of an aggravated natr.ro. A new indictment bus been given out -against V. V, L. Inabiuet for Rnstardy. ?upon which the Grand Jury has retturn ?ed a true bill. The Sessions docket is Hot very largo and tho Court will take "Up the civil cases after this week. To-day is appointed as sentence day. "The Grand Jury presented thoir re port, ^yesterday afteruoon, and wero dis charged. Tho report will be published incxt week. Sale Day.? Monday last was a4,fcar Ttil d...

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. — 8 January 1870

_Hjk O C .A. I.. 8ATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1870. ?___ We regreot to learn of the death of Mrs. 0. Hv. Murrow, an old and esteem ed mile?t: of Oraugcburg. She died jetterdny morning about 7 o'olbck,, after a ?h?rt illness. Court.?-The Court of General Sec tions and Common Pleas met on Mon day lust at 2 o'clock, P. M; Judge Car penter as usual .ready for business. K. B. Scabrock, Esq., is acting Solicitor, for this term. The Cuurt has been engaged during the week in the trial of Stute ?cases. None of these nre of great im portance or of an aggravated nature. A new indictment has been givcu out against V. V. L. Inabiuet fur Bastardy, ?upon which the Grand Jury has return* ?cd a true bill. The Sessions docket is toot very large and tho Court will take tip the civil cases after this week. To-day is appointed as sentence day. The Grand Jury presented thoir re port, yesterday afternoon, and were dis charged. The report will be published next week. SALE Day.?Monday last was a '-fear T?l day." Or...

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. — 8 January 1870

POETRY. Six O'clock V.?. . . The workshops open wide their doora At six o'clook p. ni,, And workmen Issuo forth by scores, At six o'clock p. ni. Of all the minutes in array, Of hours that go to make the day, There's none bo welcotno, so they say, As six o'clock p. m. , Hew many children show delight At six o'clock p. m.! Howmauy homes are rendered bright At six o'clock p.m.! How many little happy foot Go out into tho busy street, With joy011? bounds papa to meet, At six o'clock p. m.! Thousands of tables draped in white. At six o'clock p. in., The gathered families uuito, At six e'oloek p. m.; And as they eat tho frugal faro, They quite forget their toil and care, And drop their heavy burdens thcro, At six o'clock p. ni. Then blow, yo Bhrieking whistles, blow I At sixo'olock p. in., JLne let the weary toilers go At Bix o'clock p. m. Ring out, releasing foclla ring out! And bid tho welkin take the shout, And echo it all round ubout, "'Tis six o'clock p, in,!" One of the Lobt Trime.?O...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 8 January 1870

POETRY. ?-. , 1, 1 ? ;?ttt Six O'Clock P. M. Tho workshops open Wido their doors Al six o'clock p. u>., And workmen issue forth by scores, At six o'sleck p. n>. Of all the minutes in array, Of bourn that go to make t lie day, There's noue so welcome, uo (hey uuy, As six o'clock p. m. How many children show delight At six o'clock p. in.! How many homes arc rendored bright At 8ix o'clock p. m.! How many lit tin happy loot Qo oat into tho busy tit root, With joyous bounds papa to meet, At six o'clock p. m.l Thousands of tables draped iu white. At six o'clock p. m., Tho gathored families unite, At six o'clock p. m.; And as they eat tho frugal faro, They quite forget their toil and care, And drop their heavy burdeus there, Al six o'clock p. m. Then blow, ye shrieking whistles, blow! At six o'clock p. in., And Wet the weary toilers go At six o'clock p. ni. Ring out, releasing bells ring out! And bid the welkin take the shout, And echo it all round about, "'Tis six o'clock p. m,!" On...

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. — 8 January 1870

POETRY. Six O'Clock V. ?. The workshops open Wide their doors At six o'clock p. in., And workmen issue, forth by scores, | At six o'clock p. ni. Of 8.11 tho minutes In array. Of hoars that go to make the day, There's none so welcome, so they say, As six o'clock p. in. How many children show delight At six o'clock p. mil How many homes are rendered bright At b!x o'clock p. m,! How many little happy feet Go oat into tho busy street, With joyous hounds papa to meet, At six o'clock p. m.l Thousands of tables draped in white. At six o'clock p. m., Tho gathored families uuilo, At six o'clock p. m.; And aa they eat tho frugal faro, They quite forget their toil and care, And drop thoir heavy burdens thero, At six o'clock p. m. Then blow, yo shrieking whistles, blow I . At sixo'olock p. in., And let the weary toilers go . At six o'clock p. m. Ring out, releasing bclla ring out! And bid the welkin take the shout, And echo it all round about, ; <?'Tis sLr o'clock p. m.l" One ofcv the Lost T...

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. — 8 January 1870

Six O'clock P. M. The workshops open wide their doors At six o'clock p. in., And workmen iasuo forth by scores, At six o'clock p. in. Of all the minutes In array, Of hours that go to make the day, There's none so welcome, so they nay, As six o'clock p. m. How many children show delight At six o'clock p. m.I How many homes are rendored bright At b!x o'clock p. ni.! How many little happy foot Go out into tho busy Btroot, With joyous bounds papa to meet, At six o'clock p. m.! Thousands of tables draped in white. At six o'clock p. in., The gathered families unite, At six o'clock p. m.; And na they eat tho frugal faro, They quito forget their toil and care, And drop their heavy burdcuB there, At six o'clock p. ui. Then blow, yo shrieking whistles, blow! At six o'clock p, m., Anu let the woary toilers go At six o'clock p. ni. King out, releasing bells ring out! - And bid the welkin take tho shout, And echo it all round ubout, ** 'Tis six o'clock p. m.!" One op the Lobt Tribe.?One of the "...

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. — 15 January 1870

?it>t?l *1 !?!',." ?>?? > ?ri; m ??t-f- ,.? - TWO DOLLARS l'HU ANNUM. } volume 3. 7s zmfW&ahi ?!_L-ILJ1. . I? if -wfl i.j ' CiOU A N I > O tJi (X?i: N:Tfe' r.iurnuri ? ??? iill i .__ ;?<> : w?r j 9*111? 9bleixr0 i*?itu*t|< . i "i FT VII?. a T ?uiln'i' It, .Willi) SATURDAY. MORN|N(I. J AN?ARY 15' 1870 -* ll" ?,":'-,JUM": - ,! l-'-J !!???< iirV yq TV A T>V AKT?? ii '48 ttS?r?ngi^ -4: 1. V.| -rot to. PUBLISHED AT ORAXGEBURO, 8. Erery Saturday Morning. ?:o:? "HAS. ff, HALL* CO. TUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. -:q.? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ob? Cepy for one your.V. S2.00 ?? '* Six'Months.? 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Club of New.Subscriber*, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of ?baTge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS. tmr a Club of New Subscriber.", will receive an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of ?karge. ?:o:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.00 ?? ? 2d " . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or ?erne inch or Adverti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 15 January 1870

CSOD .VJS [) collar rl/trriiir-tj* 0* 1A SATURDAY sG. JANUARY 15. 1870. bu. l?i . IN A^VANCA s fl --'vri '?*.?* '.ii.iil.ji/. V)??.?'.)!r^iwuii*. i : --r-^^ BE OR?NGEB?RG NEWS v 4 ?:o:? JBLISHED AT Oil A 30-ER?RO, 8. C. Every Saturday Morning. ?jfp;?i "/W.V. If. HALL CO. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. . * ?:o:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION; On* Copy for one your. S12.00 ?? m " Six Months. 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for n Inb of Now Subscribers, will receive an VTRA COPY Tor ON E fEAR, free of ?rf?. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, a Club of New Subscribers, will receive EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of karge. RATE8 OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.00 *? ? 21 ?? . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or ?one incb ot Advertising space. administrator's Noticed.$."> 00 INetices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, ?xc.$'?> (X> Contract Advertisements inserted upon the aaost iiberul terms. ?:o:? MARRIAGE and FUN ER Ab NOTICES, at exceeding one Squar...

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. — 15 January 1870

two doixaus |.ku ann'?m. } VOli?ME 3. 4* T *jb \? yPt**1 ???? T^^^l^ **'"'4.V ^T. *?UJf A'.) ju? ? j'jOi to ft'wii 'to tfr?*-* til .9uo4fl Bt'j'"JUf ??;*???> < taw la sfoog Jl' ?ul :U,:>n '.s vi? b3 1' .?i0 !??>- t ' . /-t.-.t.-U.'*. I t'\ VM/.K Hit* ( iQ U ,-lW,:OtT ? - ,.? ..,.???? .??iia-^^ i viiiur*-\ ui f.i?. , -'^"[ ''(Jilt httM bvtsttU 'nit. y?wO vt*bf f .n.Minmiik./! .in-,.? ! , r-.| Always in a da b*)? t\un -fr'nn v<w Qit ? ?<*- tin S?TURD? tB" r rffl THE?B4N?EBim? NEWS ?:o: #0BU8H#: AT OR?NGEBURO, 8. C. Every Saturday Morning. ?:o:? /7w.S. //. HALL fr CO. T?BLt8jtjE)l3 AND PROPRIETORS. TRUMS OF'SUBSCRIPTION. ....... &.?o . 1.00 Ott? Copy for one year..... ?. * Six Months Any one tending TEN DOLLARS, for a 'Club' of New-Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR. free of "Jgo Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, f.r a Club of New Subscriber!., will receive ?a EXTRA COPY fnV SIX MONTHS, rice of ?karge. ?:o:?j RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 8?uare 1st Insert...

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. — 15 January 1870

THE ?RAN6EB?RG NEWS 8AT?RPAY, JAN. 16,1870. MALCOLM L AHOWKWQ, A?for. "y Republicanism Outside of the Union league. Hi cll-known fnot that there arc a large and increasing number of native ^South Carolinians, Co'Che ^nianor born," neu who used to bi?,Hii>e^eiti?gv seces sionists, stubborn rebels, and extreme democrats, before, during, aud after, the War who have now renounced their pre judices of'tho past,1 and their opposition to the change i? the ? condition of the colored mail and in tue entire theory of ^ oar State government. la this large and increasing class there are xnva of ability. W6aUh aud influence; men, who, submitting bravely to the phange, aro willing to contribute their jotelHgcnco, aud talent to the State: in ? it ? > l ? \ t plain words nro willing to accept office la the 8' ., aud to do a fair part by both cl?^?es of our population. Why is it that these men, are kept out of place end'power to do good ? Ask the colored man, and, those who are in the secret c...

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. — 15 January 1870

THE ORANGEB?M NEWS SATURDAY, JAN. 15 1870. MALCOLM f. MiOWXINQ, t.ditor. IRepublicanism Outside of the Union League. It is a well-know a fnct that there arc a large and increasing number of native I^Sooth Carolinians, to the '"manor bom," meu who used lo be "lire-jntiug" seces slouiatw, stubborn rebels, and extreme democrats, before, during, aud after, the war who have now renounced their pre judices of the past,' and their apposition to the chnngo in the condition of the colored man and in tho' entire theory of "J ? J i , ,* - i our State government. In this large and increasing clops there r.re men of ability, wealth and influence; men, who, submitting bravoly to the change, aro willing to contribute their intelligence, and talent to tho State; in plain words are willing to accept office in the State, and to do a fair part by both classes of'our population. Why is it that these men, arc kept out of place and power to do good ? Ask the colored man, ami those who are in the.secret c...

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. — 15 January 1870

j THE ?RANGEBUR6 NEWS ? SATURDAY, JAN. 15,1870. MALCOLM /. /t&OWtflXG, M?pr. r' Republicanism Outside of the Union leugne. It it a well-known fact tout there arc a large and increasing number of native J^South Caroliuinns, to the ^'manor born," tneu who used to be ^fire-^ating'' seccs stoniats, stubborn rebels, and extreme democrats, before, during, and after, the War who have now renounced their pre judices of the past, and their opposition to the change in the condition of the colored man and iu the entire theory of our State government. In this large au4 increasing class there are men of ability, wealth and influence; men, who, submitting bravely to the change, aro wining to contribute their intelligence, and talent to tho State; in plain words are willing to accopt office m the State, aud to do a fair part by both classes of our population. Why is* it that these men, ere kept out of place and power to do good ? Ask the colored man, and, those who are in the secret councils o...

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. — 15 January 1870

SAT 8ATUHDAY, JANl^VUYl^jfei The Stock QifWV^fotfcr to Sir ftsrnish the (*4^6%rfe^**Tl><>'l American "$Ioek ?Journal, for one yjar, ft for Two I^]arf, if paid in advance, will f be closed on the 1?4 of .Fcbuury. Per y cooa desirtngMto avail themselves of this | advantageous offer, wilt com: forward sud subcribeor renew their subscriptions bed uro that date. Oc* Opinion oVSalkday's Pmr.us. ?Wo wow astonished to hear that we ^ 4*ad given* p$aj$p ^o uinny persons by publicly noticing the drunkenness of] ft sale-day. We spoke of it as it was, noth ing extenuated, uor set dowu aught in ? malice." A pro}>o*, to onr notice of our I aalc-duy, wo quote fur tho, benefit of Q^those uml-?tfte^'"tJto (ipiuiou of one i or two excnarTgca of sale-day in other W places. The Darlington Southerner says: "A "very large, number of persons?white 1 and coloreSWMJ&mbled ut the Village R_ on Monday last, iu accordance to old ?custom, and it would seem by the nuiu \ ber who wcro drunk, that t...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 15 January 1870

8ATUUDAY, JAX043^5 Tu* 8rOCK C|0te%^Q% offer to fb^^H 4)1? (J^^?g^v|3^?^rirho; American (?&k Journal, fyr one y^ar, j for Two Pjyinr? if j> ,i J in advance, will j be eloaetl ort tue 1st of Fcbaary. Per ?ona deair?gHo avail themselves of this advantageous offer, will vum i forward j and ttibcribeor renew their subscription* before thnt date. Our Opinion of Sat.kmay's DotNris^ ?W? wett) astonished to hear that we ?l?ad gironj ^ffcricc to many persons by publicly noticing the druukenucsa ofj eale-day. We spoke of it as it wag, .noth ing extenuated, uor set down aught in malice." A }? '>i>os, to our notice of our ?aic-day, wo quote for tho, benefit ofj hose mat^ftorfty Ijhc opinion of one or two e^enangb? taf sale-day in other places. The Darlington Southmcr Kays: "A ?very largo number of persons?white and colowiffifi&inl'lcu at the Village od Monday last, in accordance to old ?custom, and it would seem by the tiutu ,l>er trho wcro flruuk, that they would have saved...

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. — 15 January 1870

Thk 8iwk Ju'.dt.NAr..? Our offer tu J ftimish the OjraYigeLurg>N>.ws nndTlio American Stock Journal, for ouo y^ar, for Two Didjars, if paiJ in advance, will do closed on the 1$| of .Fcbunry. Per eons desirragHo avail themselves of this advantageous offer, will com; forward and subcribeor renew their subscriptions before that date. Our Opinion ok Sat.koay's PniMts. ?We were astonished to hear that we 4?ad givco| Offence to many persons by publicly noticing the drunkenness of sale-day. We spoke of it ns it was, uoth ing extenuated, uor set down nught in malice." A proiio*. to onr notiee of our sale-day, we <jnotc for tho, benefit of fcthose uml-|5Siikejit?' the opinion of one or two exchanges of sale-fluy in other places. The Darlington 5ou//urner says: "A "very large number of persons:?white aud cohifoU^-nsscnihlud nt the Village on Monday last, iu accordance to old ?custom, pud it would seem by the uUm ber who were <//?///>/.?, that they would have saved money ????1 t...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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