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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 22 May 1872

Colored Hioni Life in Tkxar.? Married, several days since, at tho shanty of the bride, Miss Emily Norton, free.;yo-. inan of color, to Mr. Edward Rickctt, "plain"?the sendee being performed , by the Rev. Mr. Davis, colored. The beautiful arid accomplished bride is mir, fat and jfifty; anout ;the; cdlor 6f a side of solo leather painted with1 inllow, and is: oue of tho best washers and ironers on Acqul'a'strciet. iThe gallant groom is a pure Caucasian, an American born gentle man?drives a government team with great caso. The otily brides ma id on th? felicitous occasion was old Aunt Mnlinda Hawkins, wife of old uncle Isaac, somo timcs called Dr. Istac. Being taken by surprise, Aunt Malinda loft her wash-tub and proceeded directly to the altar. She was dressed sans stockings, sans one shoe, with a rope tied nround above her hips, w hich held, her skirts high above tho floor ?she was tho admired of all admirers. The ceremony was quite a private and family affair, and very little change...

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. — 22 May 1872

FARM AND GARDEN, Cuttings from Sweet Potato Vines, The sweet potato vine may bo naved during the winter nnd used the following spring in propagating a new crop. I have tried the experiment during this year to (ny entire satisfaction. In tho fall (at any time before frost) tho vines may bo cnt in any convenient length and placed in layers on the surface of the earth to the depth of twelvo or eighteen inches. Cover the vines while damp with partially rotten straw (either pine or wheat will answer) to the depth of?six inches, and cover the whole with a light sofl about four Inches deep. In this way tho vines will keep during winter, and in tho spring they will put out apronts as abundantly as the potato itself when bedded. The draws or sprouts can be planted first, and tho vino itself can be subsequently cut aud used as we gener ally plant slips.?Exchange. >!jV ?? ?' Stall-Fei> Cattle.?Last year I wrcto you that I was stall feeding an ox, and gave my plan, which is simply to feed...

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. — 22 May 1872

FARM AND GARDEN, C/UTTINQ8 FROM Sw*EET POTATO VlNES. The sweet potato Vine may bo saved during the winter and used the following spring in propagating a new crop. I have tried the experiment during this year to my entire satisfaction. In tho fall (at any time before frost) tho vines may be cut in any convenient length and placed in layers on the surface of the earth to the depth of twelve or eighteen inches. Cover the vines while damp with partially rotteu straw (either pine or wheat will answer) to the depth ofl?six inches, and cover the whole with a light sofl about four inches deep. In this way the vines will keep during winter, and in tho spring they will put out uproots as abundantly as the potato iiself when bedded. The draws or sprouts can be planted first, aud the vino itself can bo subsequently cut aud used as we gener ally plant Blips.?Exchange. -r ?TAtL-FED Cattle.?Last year I wrote you that I was stall feeding an ox, and gave my plan, which is simply to feed him once a d...

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. — 29 May 1872

4 mm. $2 Pi4R ANNUM, \ Vol. 1 THE ORANGEBUllG TIMES Is published every WEDNESDAY, AT ORANGEBURG, C. IL, SOUTH CAROLINA .BY HEY WARD & BEARD. uunscKii'Tiox hates: $2 a year, in advance?$1 for nix months. JOB PRINTING in all its dcpaitanints, neatly executed. Give us a call. W. J. DeTreville, ATTORNEY AT LA \V . Office at Court House Square, Orangvburg, S. C. inch 13-lyr XZJ^Jl & D?B33l,3Hi5 ATTORNEYS AT LAW, RUSSELL ST11EKT; OfaiTgcbnrgj S. C. Jas. V. Izn.vu. S. Dhtole. inch li-lyr BROWNING & BROWNING Att?i-iley's At Ijaw, ? OnAXGEuuiio, CIL, S.O., Malcolm I. Browxino. A. F. Bhowxino inch G-lyc FERSNER & DANTZLER, 33 I <] 1ST T I S T S , Orangshurg, S. 0., Office ever store <>!' Win. Willeok. V. Fkksxku. P. A. IUmzi.::;:, I). D. ti. i licit 12-:" mos George ?>? giJiirer, C O M M 1 S a 1 O X M ERC U A N T a xi? . ^^Ai!h'^?a]x-Iiv40jsi' hi and' Itnndrtcr. of Fl SR WlXliS, Li(tH 'ATJlX~J?ftr IIRA VI' URO'i 'RlllKS, <(?., ?Cr. __fv'. 14 Kirk Ecbinson, dkai....

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 29 May 1872

THE ?MXQEBUllG^MES" Orangeburg, 8. 0., Hay 29, 1872. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY. J. S. HEYWARD, Editor. Hitherto, the robbery md confiscation of our property by the vandals in power, has been done under the semblance and claim of right, as not being in direct vio lation of any specific provision of the Con stitution. Next Monday, however, (being the "first Mouday in June, 1872") the County Treasurer, Frank H. Greene, un der authority of an Act passed by the last Assembly, commences a raid upon the im poverished people of our County *to the like of which no country has ever been sub jected. The peace raid of June 1st, 1872, should ever be borne in mind as the bold est robbery* that civilization has ever wit nessed. Sherman's bummers were lambs, in their plunder, to the parties who have instituted over us this deliberate confisca tion, withoutthesemblnuco ofConstitution by which lands to be sold by the County Treasurer for taxes due tho State, are sold "beyond the power of rede...

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 May 1872

Is published every \V E D N E S "D A Y, at OBANGEBUBU, C. IL, SOUTH CAROLINA by HEVWARD & BEARD. HUnSCRjiPTION bates: $2 a year, in ftdviuice?$1 for nix piontliB. JOB PRINTING in all its depaitmeuts, neatly executed, Give un a call. W. J. DeTreville, ATTORNEY A T L A W. Office nt Court House Square, ?rangcb?rg, S. G. mch 13-lyr IZLAE & DIBBLE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, RUSSELL STREET, Orangeburg, S. C. Jas. F, Iklar. S. Dibble. mch 6-lyr BROWNING & BROWNING Attorneys At Law, Obanqebukg, C. IL, S. C, Malcolm I. Bnowxixo. A. P. Bnowxixo inch G-lyr "i-^RSNICR & D?NTZLER, D 13 N T I S T 8 , Orangeburg, S. 0? Office over store of Win. Willcbk. v. Kebsnkk. P. A. Dant/.i.e?, I). IVT& inch 12-3moa George S. Snirer, COMMISSI O N M E R CIIA N T and Wholesale Dealer in und Importer of Fi sic wises, liq?ohs, ales and hfa rr aiiOCFiuiis, ?t-., de. fvh 14~!hnos Kirk Robinson, DBAI.KK IN" R >oks, Music ami Stationery, and Fancy A rticlcs, .17' '/'///?; EXiilXE HOUSE, ORANGEBUllG, C....

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 May 1872

?ittlo Carl's Onristma? ^vo. "Come in!" the host nnd hostess shout ed together from within a little Gorman wayside iifn, near the banks of the Rhine, and not far from bolow the city of Rasle, and the borders of Switzerland. It Avas Christmas ove, and a tempestuous night Tho wind was raving around tho little iun, nnd tearing arvay at windows and doors, as though made io get at the bravo littlo light within, nnd extinguish it without mercy. The "come in" of the host and hostess was in answer .to a loud, hurried rnp at tho door, by which there immediately entered two travellers. One, by his mi 1 itary dress, seemed a soldier, and the other appeared to be his servant. Gener al Wallenstein was on his way from Cnrl sruhe to his home at Raslc. He had becu delayed several hours by an accident to his post-carriage, and by the storm. The gruff host was greatly impressed with the importance of the officer, nnd willingly went out to assist the postilion in the cure of the horses. As for the old...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 5 June 1872

ft n P m w II ^ k III * 4. $2 P^R ANNUM, y "On we move indissolubly firm; God ani?jature rid the same." }-JN ADVANCE* Vol. 1 ORAXGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1872. JSTo. 1 THE ORANGEBURG TIMES Is published every WEDNESDAY, AT ORANGEBURG, C. H., SOUTH CAROLINA BY HEYWARD & BEARD. SUBSCRIPTION IIATE8: $2 a year, in advance?$1 for eix months. JOB PRINTING in all it* dcpaitments, neatly executed. Give us a call. W. J. DeTreville, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office sit Court House Square, Orangeburg, S. C. mch 13-lyr IZLAR & IJ>II3I*:LXC, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, RUSSELL STREET, Orangeburg, S. C. Jas. F. Izi.au. S. Diodi.k. mch C-lyr BROWNING & BROWNING Attorneys At I jaw, Oranoeburo, C. II., S. C, Malcolm I. Bhowxino. A. F. Buowxtxo inch G-lyr FERSNER & DANTZLER, D 3 3 jST T I S T S , Orangeburg, S. 0., Office over store of Win. Willcok. F. Feussek. P. A. Dantzi.bu, I). D. s. mch 12-|hnos G-eorge S? Shirer, COMM1?.SIO N M E R C 11A N T axd Wholesale Healer in and Importer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 5 June 1872

tHE OMNGEBURG TIMES, Orangebnrg, S. 0., June &, 1871 LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CO?NTY. J. S. HEY WARD, Editor. What we want for the South in the Baltimore Convention, arc a short scssiou, unanimity of action, nnd no democratic nomination. A democratic nomination would, from present appearances, be en suring to Gramt his reelection. Yet, wc think that the opposition to Grecley, on the part of tho northern delegates in the convention*/ Will' be both strong and deter mined. We hope/ however, that the South ern delegates will beuten who arc convin ced that this being persuaded by the demo crats of the North, who aro our worsts enemies, is worn out; that the salvation" of the South nuist be wrought out by the South. And it we cannot get what wc Consider for our preservation, let our del egates withdraw from the Convention, meet in Richmond, and tell the Soil(licm people what they must do. Wc say tousr because we believe that tho delegates will speak the desire of the people; and in ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 5 June 1872

I\ 3?. BEARD, Associate Editor. JGQ>'" Mr. Kihk Robinson is authorized to \1 collect and receipt for advertisements and sobr scriptions to tho Times. Job Work?neatly executed at this office. t Have your cards and circulars print ed at this office. Are you going to the Fair? Tho Fair! The Fair !! THE FAIR!!! Subscribe something to the ElliottFair. The ladies arc working strenuously, to make the fair a success. We congratulato Messrs. Browning & Browning upon their removal from "Rogues' Row." We see from the "Charleston News" that tho statement that Mr. T. H. Cook had been appointed Solicitor for Charles ton county, has been contradicted by Judge Graham. At the meeting of the Survivors' Asso ciation held on Monday, Mr. T. II. Boyd was elected to deliver the 2d anniversary address before tho Association. The advantages of such an institution as the Citizen's Savings Bank, in our midst, is of no small importance, as it nll'ords our only banking facilities and means of deposit. On...

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. — 5 June 1872

POETRY. Romomber Thy mother. Lead thy motlier tenderly Down life's steep decline; Once her arm was thy support, Now she leans on thine. See upon her ioving face, Those d*ep lines of care: Think?it was her toil for thee Left that record there. Ne'er forget her tireless watch Kept by day and night, Taking from her step the grace, From her eye tho light. Cherish well her faithful heart Which through weary years, Echoed with its sympathy All thy smiles and tears. Thank Ood for thy mother's love. Guard the priceless boon ; For tho bitter parting hour Cometh all too soon. When thy grateful tenderness Loses power to save, Earth vi ill hold no dearer spot Than thy mother's grave 1 THE CHILDREN. Grandpa's Saturday Afternoons. Saturday afternoon was the time of all the week looked forward to with pleasure by Grandfather Cherily's little folks. Then they were all invited to spend the ufternoon with him. It was a standing invitation,so nobody needed to be express ly invited from week to week. G...

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. — 12 June 1872

/ $2 .PER ANNUM, y Vol. 1 "53 "ON WE MOVE INP1SSOLUBI.Y FIIJI GOD AND NATURE RID THE SAME." ORANGEB?11G, SOUTH CABOral WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1872, "? / ?? ' ? R m . tvn't i.'-t? fojCIOfrVTU liufj >JN ADVANCE, : iv?f("'i ? taw THE OllANGEBUEG TIMES Is published every WEDNESDAY, at ORANGEBURG, CIL, SOUTH CAROLINA by. ? IIEYWAltD & BEARD. uu nscn i PTioN hat es : $2 a year, in advance?SI for six months. JOB PRINTING in all its derailments, neatly executed. Give us a call. W. J. DeTreville, ATTORNEY A T L A W . Office ut Court House Square, Orangeburg, S. C ineli 13-lyr ATTORNEYS AT LAW, RUSSELL STREET, Orangeburg, S. C. Jas. f. I/.i.au. S. dhuu.e. inch 0-1vr BROWNING & BROWNING Attorneys At Law, Okanukbuiw, C.II., S.C, Malcolm 1. Ruov.nino. A. F. BitowNiNO inch 6-lyr EERSNER & DANTZLER, x> in :sr t r s t s , Orangeburg, S. 0., Ollico over store of Win. Willcok. y. Feiwn'EK. P. A. Dantzi.ku, D. I). S. inch 12-3mos George S. Shirer, C O M M 1S tt I O N M E R C li A N T an...

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. — 12 June 1872

matter in a sensible, business light.? Western farmers raise grain to sell, and thoir organized Granges are making ar rangements to dispose of it. We in Ver mont are extensively buying grain and flour. Now, if this work goes on as it deserves to for tho next twelve months, trains of corn and flour will be made up and shipped directly through from Grange to Grange without breaking bulk, i actually expect to see this thing done. But the merchants laugh at us.? They say it is a humbug. They advise us to open a store, but we can't afford it. We can't afford to keep a clerk, nor fur nish lights and fuel. We arc going to economize. General Sheridan's head quarters were in the saddle. In a word, farming does not pay any too well these times, and sooner or later we shall learn, that with labor just as high as it was when butter was worth 40 to 50 cents per pound; and beef from 12 to 15 cents per pound, all expenses must be strained to the narrowest possi ble con:pass. It does not matter so ...

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 June 1872

LOCAL. F. P. BE AK T), Atwociute Editor. ?gaf Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized to collect and receipt for advertisements und huI> BcriptiotiB to tho Times. Job Work?neatly executed at this | office. Have your cards and circulars print ed at this office. Are you going to tho Fair ? The Fair! The Fair!! THE FAIR!!! Subscribe something tothe Elliot',Fair. The ladies are working strenuously, to make the fair a success. Travelling salesmen were plentiful in town a few days ago. Call at Cornelsons and inspect the "Dolly" Vardens. What a lovely sight! Tho crowd of female beauties who will grace the Fair to night. Wo understand that Mr. T. C. An drews has withdrawn his name as a can didate for Sheriff. Wc invite particular attention to the "Notice" of County Auditor published in another column. A long and interesting communication on the "new street" (yclept "Dolty Vnr den") is necessarily held over till next week. Meroney has just received a choice stock of groceries. Call nnd inspect th...

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 June 1872

POETRY. - ~^ Aftotaor "All Quiet." ? Aft'quiet along tfie Potomac to-night, flTo sounds save tho voice of the river, Which ever seems wifrlmg a sorrowful dirg For hopes that have perished forever. Ami still as I listen, those low mournful nirfes Are by fancy all framed into storyf And 1 hear c lament for those heron and braves, Whose' names are enshrouded in glory; .\??x'.wl> 't ; . ;>* m-vi Wh? once trod these shores in the prida of tlieir might, And swore that thefoeman should never Pollute by his presence, our beautiful South, And our flag should float proudly forever 1 J?ut those forms are now still, and o'er their low graves Tho ltrrcd ones are silent weeping, while 'the stare up above, with their glittering eyes, Still keep guard when those heroes are sleep ing." There's another sad voice in the dark river's flow, .Tho' so low I muBt bend as I listen, And the ripples meanwhile seem a shower of | tears, As in the bright moonlight they glisten. It speaks of a nation whose ...

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. — 19 June 1872

Jill / v ; ot'J MhrtiLi "CT?.Ht tHioL $2 PER ANNUM, > , "On we movk indissoiajbl Vol. 1 Ii? 14". OlMGEB?RG, SOUTH CAROL and nature diu tdd same ;-lN AD VAN CK WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1872* ;i riiu :u" ' 1 ?-"-kr in tue "?r?ngebur'g- times Is published every Wednesday, O-RA-NGEB UliG, C.H., SOUTH CAROLINA CO %r (^iy ?EYW?RD & BEARD. UUnSCIUPTION ilATErf: ?$15 a year, in advance?$1 for six months. JOU riUNTINU in it* all dcpaitnicnts, taeatly executed. Give us a call. W. J. DeTreville, -A T TORNEY a T L a W . Office at Court ilousc Square, Orangeburg, S. C. ? nich 13-lyr iZLAii & di:bi3X/j?:5 ATTORNEYS AT LAW, RUSSELL street, Orangcburg, s. 0. ?Jas. P. Izi.au. S. Dnuu.i:. n\ch O-lyr* 9BROWNING & BROWNING Attorneys At I.-mav, OnANCKH'JlKi, c.it., s. c, Malcolm T. Buowxino. A. K. Bkowni.no inch O-lyr ' EERSNKR & DANTZLER, r> iq ??t 3F j ? i? w , Orangeburg, S. 0., Ollioo over store of Win. Willeofe. 3P, Ffhsnkk. P. A. Pant/i.r.e., 1>. I>. 8. lach 12-MttilOS Georg...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 19 June 1872

Tili: CKASGEBMG TIMES. Oransclmrj, S. ?., June 19, 18751. Largest circulation in the county, J. B. HEYWAKD, Editor. iTencefbrth, all I-egnl Ad vertisemonts, of County Interest, whether notices or others, will be publish ed ibr the benefit of our readers whether they are paid lbr or not. Ottt State Convention has met aud endorsed the Cincinnati nomination of Ctrcelejr and Brown as the proper thing, ami tuTording to the South the only clmuce of changing the complexion of national politics in such way as to admit of our taking some care of out selves at homo, and not heiug held down by the partisan exponent of a liberal Govern ment at Washington D.C., while we are being robbed at home by an horde of the worst harpies and most bare-face robbers, whe were ever floated into notice and position by the untoward turn of events. The chances aro that the national Dem ocratic Couvcution will, at Baltimore next month, likewise endorse these men, and lei the whole South be arrayed once more in be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 19 June 1872

LOCAL. IP. I\ BE AIID, Associate Editor, JJgy* Mr. KlUK Rouixsox is authorized to collect and receipt for advertisements and sub scriptions to the Times. Friday, 21st hist., is tho longest day of the year* We understand that theio was another run-away match near the favorite Bridal Resort, (Branchville) a few days ago. The Elliott Truck House is in rapid course of erection, and soon we expect to sec "over the way" a handsome and impos ing structure for tho use of the "boys in white." To Our Readers.?If there is any thing you know, that is worth knowing, that wo ought to know, and you know that we don't know, please let us know it. Notice the change made in Capt. Ham ilton's advertisement. The Captain is offering the favorite "Home Shuttle Sew ing Machine." This machine is too well and favorably known to need comment at our hands. We would call attention to the card of Drs. Fersncr & Dantzler, in this issue. These gentlemen are located over the store of Win. Willcock, where they ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 19 June 1872

rrOQolly Vaidon. ?, Dolly ! Dolly V?rdon 1 Is a lady'd form n 'garden, Thai thou mildly trnil'sti\ o'er With a iKdilsand vinos or more ? Now thievery turn disclosed LilUcs, pii-Us and blushing roses, Violets, forget-me-nots, Larkspurs, and 1 douJt know whais. All tho colors of tho year In a single gowij dfjpeof; Flowers of every season, All a singleyard in itast thou, Dully Variiert? Dolly! Dolly Varden ! Brill thy pranks we pardon ; l or a very witching thing Is the whimsy thou do. t bring* Jivvn v pretty ina'uUn. With thy wea'tti o'er ladens 'lakes where'er she goes Charm of added lose, Spell uf all things fail L.uumiug ew ry win re. I tail t*? die; ! But jfray put guard on Tiiote who can't heat Dolly Varden. livery human form divine Can't Ikj graced with flower and vine, Dealing o'er its hack quaint story Tiaccd in bloom of morning glory.? !>yory dame can't he a garden, As thou know'.-t poor Dolly Varden. Yniniy, Dolly Vardeni \Ve our hearts would harden, WatvJnng one, new-hor...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 26 June 1872

I ????II VWU?W ., . ? ??> l.-r?tl; vif ??*.-'tn?l- ?v.-.M.. ,11? ?*.*U?t'l''.?tf *l'??fl ?t??lt.,tn!|v!'* ? * ?WO tttv*i ??Bl -MI.-**(L :irt, W< ?|.4 *|0 n>, IvOiifrfr. ??< it* ) ??.?Ji ... V. _,?? ? _ ->- I - - .-Tt".' r -^-^A-rW? .n-in i'Mlr.v J >i-ij? Iii fw'4 $2 L*s?K ANNUM, r . "On we M?v? Indissoluble Ft! "Vol.- 1 ?Ml ' . -? r ? 41 ?Vtt'H ORAN?UEBURG? S??TM CAROLIN 441 MmmIh /l-.Vi.vi 4?(i{ iuoY i??ri'i(,i ? ?t?*T - f~**t f -< 'N"?: THE QRANGEBtfRG TIMES la published every ir??? it-ttfiiii-tt 'fan ii i.'-drxixM.;??; . > .,t imii J ,*#?W EDN.ESDAY, AT ORANGEBURG, C. IL, SOUTH CAROLINA 11y HEY WARD & BEARD. nVBSCItiVTION It AT KS: $2 a year, in advance?$1 for si* niontliK. JOB PRINTING in Ha all dcpiu tmentH, neatly executed. Give us a call. W. J. BeTreville, ATT O Ii N E Y A T L A AV . Office at Court House Square, * wfl ? jo i?<jf|.o?asuti mt?\tt j.j -..A, i(tn ^?ry j Orangeburg, S. C. inch 13-lyr ATTORNEYS AT LAW, RUSSELL STREET, Orangen urg, 8....

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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