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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 January 1870

THE OjMNGjlBukG iNiJiWS ^SATURDAY, JAN. 29,1870. MALCOLM I. Ji HOW NINO, Editor. Virginia Restored. The bill for tho rcaduiissinn of the State of Virginia to tho Union wub passed in Congress, on tho 22d. The announcement of the fact was the signal for great rejoicing at Richmond. A salute of a hundrod guns was fired in honor of the - event. Several thousand persons were present. National flags wcro raised on the cupitol. Governor Walker made a speech congratulating tho people and predicting a glorious in to i o for the State. A Colored conservative made n speech to the same effect. Concession after concession was made, and Virginia is admitted, upon terms, to the Union, of which, a free sovcrci n, she contributed so largely to establish, and which she adorned. The "Mother of Presidents" tho home and the grave of Washington, subjected to terms, aud l>cnnitte<l to return, to her allegiance to her oonqucrors ! Alus! days of yore, notions of State rights, obligations of contracts,...

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. — 29 January 1870

TW? UKANGEBITCG NEWS S?TUBDAY, JAN. 29,1870. MALCOLM f. BROWNING, fiditor. . Virginia Bestored. ': ^ . ? ' .4 Tho bill for tho rcadmissinn of the State of Virginia to tho Union was passed in Congress, on the 22d. The announcement of tho fact was the signal for great rejoicing at Richmond. A salute of a hundred guns was fired in honor of the - ovent. Several thousand persons wero present. National flags were raised on the capitol. Governor "Walker made a speech congratulating tho people and predicting a glorious fu tuto for the Stute. A colored conservative made a speech to the same effect. Concession after concession was made, uud Virginia is admitted, upon terms, to the Union, of which, a free soverei n, she contributed so largely to establish, and which she adorned. Tlie "Mother of Presidents" the homo and tho grave of Washington, subjected to terms, nud permitted to return, to her nllogiancc to her conquerors 1 Alus! days of yore, notions of State rights, obligation!) of contract...

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. — 29 January 1870

i IU2i uRaNliJiiBUKli NJBWS SATURDAY, JAN. 29,1870. MALCOLM I. BROWNING, i.ditor. Virginia Restored. ' * ? ? '? A The bill for tho re-admission of the State of Virginia to the Union was passed in Congress, on tho 22d. The announcement of tho fact was tho signal for grent rejoicing at Richmond. A salute of u hundred gnus was fired in honor of the ? event. Several thousand persons were present. National flags were raised on tho capitol. Governor "Walker niado a speech congratulating the people and predicting a glorious fu tuic for the State. AHiolored conservative made a speech to the same effect. Concession after concession was made, and Virginia is admitted, upon terms, to the Union, of which, a free soverci n, she contributed so largely to establish, and which she adorned. Tho "Mother of Presidents" the homo and tho gravo of Washington, subjected to terms, aud permitted to return, to her allegiance to her conquerors! Alas! days of yore, notions of State rights, obligations, of cont...

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. — 29 January 1870

LOCA I.i. -. SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1S70 Tub Stock Journal.?Our offer to furnish the Orangeburg News and Tho American Stock Journal, for one yoar, for Two Dollars, if paid in advance, will be closed on tho 1st of Fcbuary. Per sons desiring to avail themselves of this advantageous offer, will coruo forward od subcribeor reuew their subscriptions before that dato. We have received a pretty- poem en titled "My Home," by Mrs. Augusta Glover, which will appear next week Those of our subscribers who paid us before the 1st day of January, 1870, can get their Stock Journal at the diffe rent Post Offices, as they came on Satur ?day last Those who have paid since that dutc *nd np to the 1st of February, will get them some time in February. Wo would statu that there are three cents a quarter, postage, ou the Journui, to be paid at tho office of delivery. Wc have been requested to state that the Rev. Bishop Jumes of the M. E. Church will preach at the College Chapel, at the Claffin ? University,...

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. — 29 January 1870

LOC A.,.X? ._ SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1870 The SrocK Journal.?Our offer to tarnish the Orangeburg News and Tho American Stock Journal, For ooo y^ar, for Two Pollars, if paid in advance, will be closed on the 1st of Fcbuary. Per sons desiring to avail themselves of this advantageous offer, will eomo forward r.d subcribe or renew their subscriptions before that dato. We have received a pretty- poem en titled *'My Home," by Mrs. Augusta <J lover, which will appear next week Those of our subscribers who paid us before the 1st day of January. 1870, can get their Stock Journal at the diffe rent Poet Oliices, as they came on Sntur ?day last. Those who have paid since that date *and up to the 1st of February, will get them some time in February. 7o would state that there are three .uts a quarter, postage, on the Journal, to be paid at tho office of delivery. We have been requested to state that the Rev. Bishop James of the M. E. Church will preach at the College Chape), at tho Clnffin Univ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 January 1870

m\ HV VVUIWJI by ?tu I <nf: feiritfCf ?*fj ol ,m a BflApMiwaUI <*n*4 v.<t 4,Ytt?n; a?id in'; tbo eccentric-rover sped, Its aimless voyage, 'ike boy whoso ro mart Oed }p-|l|jf^d> aivii vLm 1?-p&tc ?? t< tu> {j Packed full of fancies, ideal crude, abstruse," Throws qf -restraint, from apron strings breaks loose, Ignores tho repm, of h^bv^rid^ii*;*^' And^antshsH acme, at a point for biVl?'r> Than h& wk? of. experience (best of schools) Learned life's menndcrings by its practised jhtlcs. Its snoiils, and its quicksands, wif'b ft pilot's skill Ho close inspects, or steer's far from at will. The Freshman trims his sails" for favoring wind And launching out, leaves Counsel far behind, Glides o'er the lake, like yacht'nea'h easy And rVeksnO dange'r, till he breasts the gale. Now dowu like eagle swooping o'er its prey With lightning speed, the Comet shot his fftiy. ? ' "*'* *";'"'?' ?? ??' Its Making'ficAd disdained Ihol-ssor light Of meteors, asteroids, and plan...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 January 1870

[A Seiret ion from an Epic povm.J "mo fjomev." ? Iwtiu'f od: Ijjji??!) Sat-rttiu i?isj ni '< ,*tt it t>.it..-..i nt? ? YOT-iuaa<Aa "Yet on; and on ; (he eccentric rover sped, Its aimless voyngo, Hke boy whose romanced Iflgjf -.it ?m-ti flu? !? aaV fo r Packed nill of fancies, ideal crude, abstruse, Throjgs off restraint, froni apron strings breaks loose, Ignores tho rtyim- of n reverend sire. And plants bv; acmo, at a point far higher, Than he, who of experience, (best of schools) Learned life's menndcrings by its practised Me.. Its shoals, and its quicksands, with n pilot's skill He cIoho inspects, or steers far from at will. The Fresh man trims his pails' for favoring irtnn' ? And launching out, leaves Counsel far behind, Glides o'er the lake, like yacht 'nea'h easy ?Ml/ And rVeiVrio dangeY, till he breasts the gale. Now down like eagle swooping o'er Its prey With lightning speed, the Comet shot his Its butting head disdained lilt! lesser light. Of meteors, asteroids, and...

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. — 29 January 1870

_i .fci OftlU ?d> 0, scrtiBUMMtii'vI *di tot ?ot i ?fit *i-~?C>7itrT*?<All the ?ccentrio *ot?V spwU . ago, Mko boy whose rot?atH bead '""a* V au i ti ?Ml^fiti; , id,,] crude, abstrus Throws off -restraint, from union string*! breabn loose, | i | .1-. .ii ; , Aud^ahts Ins nemo, at a puiijl fur higher, Than he, who of experience (beat of,schools) Learned life's meandering* by its practised ? |Sjw^'"V *>u<t:?hrv> .1 Its sfioals, ami its quicksands, with a pilots, skill Ho close inspects, or steers far from at will. The Freshman trims his sails Tor favoring ... .1 i jf-ouo? Anfl launching out, leaves Counsel far behind, Glides o'er tho lake, like yacht 'nca'h easy ' I And reetVri? ?FangeV/inl hl^cly^^ij^ galo. Now down like eagle swooping o'er Its prey With lightning speed, the Comet shot his way. I Its blsimg her.d disdained the lesser light Of meteors, asteroids, and planets bright. Since Luna with majestic grandeur rolled Her mainohd ear, u; en I ho pave Dfyobl Oh; ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 January 1870

<k\n rftJS?id on '; the ecc*n*|*0M??*ek- sped, Xta aimless voyage, 'ike boy whose rotnatibcd lA>4tf "i> ?nvO 'tle? to falrye a* V awttiv^ ^?Ifi-ornu^c,.,,,,,, ,,.u.,,, ,toru,,, Threjgs 99/restraint, from npron Btripg? I . s?Waslts hm^i wn? /i \o iu\ ?ult \*\. ignores the'rt'ffime of a reverend sire] And -plants his acme, at u V9}mfa*$$f? ' Than ho, who of experience (best of schools) Learned lifo's mcandcringB by its practised ?ttjea. l.^?*3?nw*)- .1.9* ??*" Its snoMa, find its quicksands, with a pilot!? v ? skllF . ' r' " lie close inspects, or steers ihr from at will. The Freshman trims his sails for'favbrhig wind And launching out, leaves Counsel far bell hid, Glides o'er the lake, like yn'cht 'nca'h easy sail. And ifejSsrio dan'geV, till be breasts thy gale. Now down like eagle swooping o'er its prey With lightning speed, the' Comet shot his ? ' wYV* >--vm '.."O* anhoc' .??".' .1 Its blsiing'hend disdained ihe lesser light Of meteors, asteroids, ami planets bright, S...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 January 1870

rjt?i'T -ill: i_h???/) foi-rJaiu ?Jt o, ,)iv v ?Cl?BiO??i;i'.i ->tl! lO* ??1 ?YK wnrraVid 6n the eocentrio rover spedf Ita aimless voyage, 'ike boy whoso romanced bead '1 ?? a* anhsv "tj, fr^l^'j^^ crude, abstruse, Thrcjp off restraint, from apron string* breaks loose, Ignores the regime of a reverend sire} ?*f**^ H And plants Iiis acme, at a poinl fur higher, Than h4 Who of exposieuee (be*kvfiSchoolH) Learned life's meanderings? by its practised rn|ea " Ite niem and its ,puol;,?nds,,^i^?i skill Ho close inspects, or Bteoratar from at will. The Freshman trims Iiis "sails'Tor favoring ifrtnl ? fir And launching out, leaves Cbt<fi?W far behind, Glides o'er the lake, like yacht 'nca'h easy And recks no danger, till he breasts thy gale. | Now down like eagle swooping o'er Its prey With lightning speed, thc'Comot shot his Way. ''" Its blarltig head disdained I he lesser light Of meteors, asteroids, and planets bright, Since Luna witii majestic'grandeur rolled Her dfnmohd ear, n] en...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 January 1870

,M A scuaBloiltauvI *d! vjl sad "Yet?if <a>ul on'; > the ? ecoent|ioi?*e^,epedy Ita aimless voyage, Ukc boy whose rorn*fcno?? bfentf >?fi oH' j'i <b<K lo >Bbto nale 01 *#*h$f$l,offnncics. ideal crude,;abstruse,' Throj^i gf restraint, from apron string* tweaks loose,. Ignored the of h roverciol'ilirei **f AndSpWshisacmo.atapoin.rarhiglu-,-, Thar, be, who of. expn?iana.Q (bee^soheolp) j Learned life's nicandcringa by its practised *HlM!-;': -? ? ' " '?' ?? ItaaftoM and its quicksands, will, a pilot's I skill He clcse inspects, or steel's far from at will. The Freshman trims his sails'for favoring WhVd' ' ' '? ' '" ' ? .*|Uf" And launching out, loaves Counsel far beinud, H?des o'er the lake, like yacht 'nea'h easy skit/ '? ? ?* tW- t. And fms'rio dangeV, till be breasts the pale. | Now down like eagle swooping o'er ita prey With lightning speed, the "Comet shot his v* yvjr. T-' >,r1 ?>"i>s <<1+ >.<u?o.,' ,. i A ..?' Its blailnf'hc?d'diHda^Wc.rr...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 29 January 1870

"mo xipinei." ,?* W^fhua 'irr Y'~TOT*0ir? XAfi "Yet ow r ? and 6n ; tho qocentrio *o?or.sped, Its aimless voyage. Uko boy whose rortf?tHjed bfeaif . ."iv'1 vh.? 1? ?L70 .t* V Ai' tu/ P^f|liVolT?nteieV,i.U.sl crudo.nbs.ruse/ Throws off restraint, from opron strings; feaeaks loose, i .;..!? nil .... Ignores the rryfttecT a^V^ndairlP, fg* ' Andjplantshis acme, at a poiijj foe higher, Than he, who of cxporienoo (best of.scheolp) Learned life's meanderings by its practised Ita inland its uuicksatuTs, with a pilot's I skill He eloss inspects, or steers ihr from at will. The Freshman trims his sails" for favoring I ttnV ' ' *' ?' ! ..iii And launching out, leaves Counsel far behind, Glides o'er tho lake, like j'acht 'nca'h easy sMl/ *? And reefs'tfo danger, till'he breasts the gale. Now down like eagle swooping o'er its prey With lightning speed, the'Comot shot Iiis wnv*. IUhlasfnf'noAil'dis.bniie.l M lesser light. Of meteors, asteroids, and planets bright, Since Luna with mujcstio'grdndcu...

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. — 5 February 1870

{ t .I-i .*?? t'r*f?A <?H ?.:?;.,*.he : ? - till ?*!? V>:*>?i??m!a? r , -*ntl*T** *?<-> **^a*--a-W ^**t>/ **1/ ?fcWJ*--* - "?.---? -u^..--^ VOLUME 3. TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. } ^-1_:-^. . ,,- JL ?r fott wo? H>J to j . ftjs?V- Un<1 ?Ja V?? ?.^BMi^i ??& >% ?^B-f %*ft )o j ,AM |W *6't Ifta* TI TiT< ?*m 4?*-* M '"IJUJ ?' ' " god A-jNT-D otj: 19^" ?*><4l? A*W?1 -? ?_Ltm-^-r,-.^vr^Wrz. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5. 18t0.' T \t^Zl^Z^ 1\L,*' NUMBER 51 ORANGEBURG NEWS ?:o:? rtliietlED AT ORANGEBURG, 8. C. Every Saturday Horning. ''BAS. IL HALL* CO. M BUSH EES AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Cepy far one year. $2.00 *? " " Six Month?.? 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Clnb of Now Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE TEAR, free of ?kergs. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, ftto a Club of New Subscriber*, will receive mm EXTR A COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of ?:o:? HATES OF ADVERTISING. I Square let Insertion.$1.50 " " 2d " . 1.00 k Square...

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. — 5 February 1870

?:-'??'?? '??-?> _L .?uk fhft 4U?r J ,w?i a* t&yto ?- . :* .-. - ? . lift 4**7?? ? *Vl5> .?**t Tstii \*Cr<?rl P, T?b?^l>I?f *S - - V-L--1 iriasns&w SU -W im?)!??. *4\: fee totojiW* i TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, v GOD A. 1ST ID -Sttiwaunr lit. -M> m'lv.. ?.. ?? .?..... . . ? mm 4s? i A *W *1fc* I ft* .H? .05W A /f AttaJT/.* .-??V.vS. AT*\ '??USA 1 *.**V. COtTNTRY. .5 > ? ?{ ALWAYS IN ADVANOI ??-. i ; M.iir_^_^ .?. ?^ . r.<i, ? _?_i?? , ?=K^sg=^^JW,, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5. 1870. '.'!; ?^1?^ 1rf.fPWJER 51 VOLUME 3. -=-' ^yiii^r vf>oir^ 4M vfHA ? "i'1. ORANGEB?RG NEWS PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBURO, 8. C. Every Saturday Morning. ?-:o:? f'ffAS. TL HALL* CO. -PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. <9aa C?py for on? year. $2.00 ?? " " Six Month. 1.00 Any on* sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Clnb of New Subscribers, will receive an KXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of] ?targe. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS. tVr a Club of New Subscriber.", will receive an HXTR ...

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. — 5 February 1870

1*4 ,? 11 G y TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. } GOD .A-ISTD OU! VOLUME 3. .-?*A>A AVWL*?'- ^?1^^ OOtnSTTRY. i ALWAYS IN ADVANCA SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5. 1870. NUMBER 51 ORANGEBURG NEWS PUBLISHED AT ORANOEBURO, 8. C. Ewry Saturday Morning. *'RAS. H. HALL <f CO. FSBLlSHSRS AND PROPRIETORS. ?:o:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ?jr C?py for an? year.*. $2.00 V SU Months. 1.00 .-?ny on a sending TEN DOLLARS, for & Club of New Subscribers, will receive an BXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of ?karge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS. f?r a Club ef New Subscribers, will receive ma BXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of RATES OF ADVERTISING. t Square 1st Insertion. $i.m? 2d V . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or ?Be Inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices.?....$"> 00 Hotieee ef Dismissal of Guardians, Ad aalalstrators. Executors, Ac...,.$0 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the liberal terms. a?t ?xo-eding one Square, inserted without ?fcatg*. MkT- Terms Cash in Advance. "?5...

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. — 5 February 1870

THE ORANGEBU RG NEWS SATURDAY, FKB. 5, 1870. - . ,. . MALCOLM T. URO M"A7ATO, Editor. Upon the Basis of Fact. Tbc Charleston Daily AWi, committ ing upon an article in the New York TVWtf, which any* : "For the Democrat ic party to begin a new agitation for tho repeal of the Reconstruction Acts, would be futile. Negro suffrage .is certain to prevail at the South * * * J and it is quite certain that the Democratic par ty will not make that an issue in the next Nutioual Canvaas." Itself (the -Vctr*,) says t "The Democracy of South Carolina will not mako 'negro suffrage' au issue in tho State elections, which sake; place: next Fall. "We go into the fight to win ; and do not court defeat." This is mnu'y and practical language, and is being echoed by tho proas gene rally in our State. Negro.suffrage aud Reconstruction are not che Issues no v. They are facts. Admitting them, and burying opposition aud pn-judico aud protest against them is starting out to the contest with some hope ?f^succes...

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. — 5 February 1870

LOCAL. MWrTOAYf FEBRUARY 5, 1870 THE FALSE COUNT. BY WINNIE. A story written by a young lady of] Orangeburg will appear in our next. The friends of the Yonng Americas will notice that their Shooting-Match aud General Raffle come:; off on the 21st, the Anniversary of the Company. The public are invited. The Agricultera) Society will meet on Saturday 12th. lost." Our frieud "Rob Rial" has our sym pathy in his troubles. Wo assure him that it is not uot our fault that ho does nut get bis "Atucrickiug." What he says about the poatofhee has more truth than grammar or orthography. Dr. Thos. A. Elliott, the patron of the Elliott Hook and Ladder Company was rr*.$MjU^ Jheir meeting on Thursday oveuing, and at their request delivered a very pretty address., May this youug or ganisation hare a career of usefulness and honor before thorn, and prove worthy of thoir anoptcd name, the name of an honored scitiicn aud au hon est man. The South Carolina contested election ease between Wallace and Simp...

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. — 5 February 1870

tTSnVf :^THKn?H^.?M? Wal U*n? ?*t- _^??SCl at?taftt ^medVe^'***? 1^?*n22^ Though oppression'* rude ch*n bind, thee . now, < ??i Vi?^??4^'l^?tcW)?i I would not exchange theo, thin? own native ?? . sseahUsM. is world could bestow. K?^I*S*? IjUCi JJQVl V-* ,311!? r ?,?'-?' .?VN Thy tall pines in grandeur their proud heads u" > i are lifting As 11 icy bend, with low sigh to tho breeze ; Thy poplar* uro swayed by-the wind's gentle ,.?4 whispers Whose echo steals soft through the trees! Thy elear winding rivers, in majesty roving; Thy Streamlets with murmurs so free, Where bubbles are dancing, and fishes are sporting. And wavelets uro romping in glee! How often at evening, when Luna was shin ?ng, Hare I strayed down to Edisto's side. While soft-strains of music glanced o'er its still waters, And floated away ou the tide! -" ***\a 7''^ ^ntn A strong arm was round t.te, a fond heart waa throbbing. Aloud with mine own to love's dream ; Those vows breut bed so often, with fervor re newi...

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. — 12 February 1870

t't<3 ?f i I im vll 11: r> , t}2. 'i . . .1?21 dVi ? .rL-^...., , M. ^ / _L ? - *.??>- ?? - - -? ? - -7 ?? ? r - - - - ? - --TCS ?i1*7t; . ff. j IfTW ?0091 ^. .1.1 ,i ,<tiii?rnl,?Hi.- ?;'?) 7'iU 1. *CTS7X.~ITTT ihn WA.iT .... v i# . ? ??'..T#f -wrr GOD AiNTD OXJXl COTJISTTKY. i ALWAYS IN ADVANCE SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12. 18T0. v ?!,?*?? ??? ? ? ?- (a ?. >,< fiartq NUMBER 52 .A-TTOliX Iii X S (?i:;?km,ors AT I.AW, ORANGEP.CUG 0. 1!.. S. ('. Tn?s. W. Olovku. Moktimkii Gi.ovkh. j-?z* ly HUTSONS & LEG ARE, ATTORNEYS AND SOLICITORS. ? Will attend the Courts in Orangcburg, Barawelt and Beaufort, and the I'nited Slates Conrts. OFFICK AT ORANOEBURG, S. C. "W. M. IIlthon. W, F. Hltsgn. T. K. Lr.o.vnK. jaa 28 c ly izlar & dibble, attorneys and solicitors. oiiAxavnrRC, s. c. James F. Iii.ah. Sami'kl Didblk. >-fob 23 * b MALCOLM i. browning, attorney at law, ORAXGEIIUItU C. II., So. Cn ' ?ug 21 ly "fred. fersner," DENTIST. Will bo in Orangeburg every Thursday, ...

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. — 12 February 1870

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