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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 12 February 1870

'HE OEANGrEB?RG NEWS I SAT t'UP AY, FJEB, 12,1870. malcolm 1. BRQWKIKG, AoW. The Problem for South Carolina. The strange times which have come over our Statu exhibit as the most appal ling feature of this remarkable phase of ourhistory, the utter inability of our poople to realize the significance of the events wluch jiro trjiuspiriug and. to suggest a remedy for their evil results. If is a fact that a change, such as rev olution seldom effects, has passed upon ' USY *' ? ??. ? ? Could the; gentlemen q( 1776 be re surrected, nud could they look npou that, ?sscf?ibly that legislates for u?, eotu ]Kffod bf the foreign adveuturer and the inferior race, tistonisttient would whiten (heir fares with us ghastly a pallor as death itself. Could John C. Calhouu, live again, aud read the reeoustruction aeia, nod ihe amendments to the Consti tution, he would fain confess that Stato Kl",-'ta was as dctid us he is himself. t deems to. us that if these dead worthies could be revived, nnd revisit t...

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. — 12 February 1870

-?. M?T^iO -. . B?f V>W?? J^UASYtIS, 1870. j Sai.k-Day.?Come on Monday lust ^ and passed away more quietly than the previous one. The weather was very cold and dis> agreeable, and the skies looked as if they were ready as on a former occasion to r. drape the scene in a winding-sheet of mow, or at any moment, to burst into a flood of tears, at human depravity, but t fortunately tbey found no occasion for Seither such expression of rebuke, and "reserved ihoir supplies, until Tuesday, a when the>r pent-up fcolings found vent " in a shower of joyful rain. Whether the cause of it was to be f' und in the consura of tho Nxws, or elsewhere, it matters not, but certainly there was a far better behaved erowd in Town on Monday last than upon the - same occasion in January. The crowd appeared to bo matttr-of-fact, aod in for business. Kvery one seemed to have come to buy, sell, or be sold, and not to get drunk. Of course there were some who were "in the spirit on Saleaday," and somebod...

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. — 12 February 1870

rX? Q PAX,. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1870. Sals-Day.?Came oa Mooday last and passed away more quietly than the previous coo. The weather was very cold and dis-1 agreeable, and the skies looked as if they were ready as on a former occasion to drape the scene in a winding-sheet of*! f foow, or at any moment, to burst into a flood of tears, at human depravity, but fr^fortunately they found no occasion for] Seither such expression or rebuke, and Preserved Jhuir supplies, until luesduy, m when their pent-up feelings found vent W i? ? shower of joyful rain. Whether the causo of it was to be f f' und in tho coneuro of the News, or elsewhere, it matters not, but certainly there was a far better behaved crowd in Town On Mooday last than upon the same occasion in January. The crowd appeared to bo matter-of-fact, aod iu for business. Every one seemed to have come to buy, sell, or be sold, und not to get drunk. Of course there were some who were "in the spirit on Salesday," and somebody wanted to...

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. — 12 February 1870

?5? - [ r^x^^?r-Hi?, Woman SufFrtigo. ""*'" " ?? ji Fiddle f addle I what's the use? You o*tTt make her a man; The great Creator fashioned her On quite another phut. Man's joints are strong aad firmly knit, Iiis thews and sinews tough; But woman is of daintier mould; j And formed of finer stuff. Men arc the prose?the timber half . Of this sad world of ours, And women are the poetry, The sweet fern and dowers. Troughout the blessed Book this thought Runs beautiful and clear,. That woman lives to sanctify, To grace and to endoar. Don't let her, then, be smutched and aoilod By mingling in the fray, But keep her from grosser acta To win her own sweet way : Let purity remain her shield, Without a blot or stain, To guard her mental bloom frcm taint Or touch of hand profane. Forbid it, Heaven ! Forbid it, Fute! Forbid it, men of nensc. That she herself should aid the plot To aharae her own defense. She is all glorious as she is? Why should the fretting few Conspire to l>unish from her s...

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. — 19 February 1870

* Hiih TWO DOLLARS. PER ANNUM. }? .' I A if' ?<?). ill!' f?l,ii j: ;til;i 3 . 1 ?:; I? .?*<.'.' 1 ?j '? if ? ./ t(JM ? >!^l t! Ul. i.Ji:u i 1' -ft "t" ?*H*l lint- )n?:nui , at/i.A til" ui! u ???..?: .'. lit] j'J--* i.i i.'i-u iti -\\) ?Jor r puqft'ih oiit .... I fajpjy ?., ? GOD A.1STD OUR ?OXJTSrTHY. { ALWAtfS IN ADVANCi Volume 4. saturday morning, february 19, 1870. number 1. ?BE ORANOEuORG NEWS -:o: PCBLf?n'ED AT OR A NOK IUI HO, 8. C. JBrery Saturday Morning. ?i , :o:-? , "HAS. ft. II ALL & CO. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. ?>njuO .t..^T. ?7.. * I,I, ?,.">. ?:o:? TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Vna Copy for one year. $2.00 " \\ ;8ix Month... 1.00 ' Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for a vlnV of New 'Subscriber*, will receive an ? ' EXTRA COPT for ONE YEAR, free of ? Charge. Any one sending PIVE DOLLARS, Tor a Club of New Subscribers, will receive ft* BXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of 1 ... _ _ RATES OF ADVERTISING. I Square 1st Insertion. $1.50 " 2d . 1.00 A Square consists...

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. — 19 February 1870

?rgANGE?ORG-NEWg : tltJ)AY, F?ll. 19,1870. '.'OLM i.. nuowxi.sa. m*M&+ ih? ?rangclmrg Notts. VOLUME Fol lt. ^ present number of tlic Ott A NOK* - k.ws. is tho Rrot ??*" its fourth 1X6 can not let .-the occasion without thanking our generous pa r their handsome support. A ? feines? hi Wvkving tjf Led to do our duty, is richly, ami amply repaid, w.-.nD rjf encuueagement ami I . ::at hid us :'Cud speed"?ami bv i l'9JOirc*4 ??^3?jr SWS' iM ?? ?M?.vj ;i ???:?? " ' Tal patronage of ?tu1 IVicuds j -peaks louder than words. Your ? paper was iinvcr more prosper mM wb'> thank 'you, friends for it. ' h happy lot me. which is inorg 'glltly from the clouds which have . :ilcd;USj in the fabric nf prosper . success, which is being reared. , ? minds ol industry and enterprise. ?r ruins, the ()UL\AufrBURd Nkws, it. '.o most vivid interest, ami lii I ii ? . ?? .. Kf. fr i: {? ni he most couGdcut hopes. jug, ever not to Cpho public opiu tlier right or wrong, and thus upon und Hallet- tho many; ...

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. — 19 February 1870

T_. O C -A. I.. -!-? 8ATUROA Y, FEBRUARY 19, 1870 CPa\ .*X ~K o. .?} * Monday will bo a memorable day in ihe history of Orangeburg. The Young Americas cclobralo the fifth teen anniver sary of their company, by a Shooting Match in the morning and a Parade at t o'clock, P. M. The money taken in payment for the ?bot? for tho prices, ia for the purpose of painting the Young' America Engine House. The cause is a good one, und the Young Americas deserve tlu cordial ?ww handsome support of the communi ty. Tha idea of a shooting match is ?so of tha happiest that could have been suggested. /We hear of several marks n men, who arc practising with their rifles' and pistols for the occasion, aud there Hill no doubt be some crack shooting. Let all conic and sec and shoot. The Parade in the afternoon w'dl be a marked orte, as the Elliott Hook and Ladder Company have been courteously is-itcd' to parade with the Young Amer ica, and the former Company will make its first appearance, witb their new u...

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. — 19 February 1870

The N ext Radical Enormity.? The radicals havo not yot done with re pairing the Constitution 1 Judge Hurl Vutt, of this State, proposes An amend ment to it to pot dowu Catholicism. The Albany Evening Jonmal, however, Ifcihahs that there is no necessity for en amendment to accomplish that end, for it ?7s: "We beliefs that Congress hss ?ew all the authority necessary in the ease." The Albany Evening Journal li a high radical authority, end may be regarded as sounding the key-note j in this political overture. It gives the following as the reasons why Congress should repress "Popery:" "The argument oi tbe English Arch bishop Manning, in which he sustains the autocratic assumptions of the Pope; the powerful machinations of the Jesuit order; the proceedings of the (Ecumeni cal Council; the lessons of history; the assaults upon our common school system; the declarations of every Catholic organ In this country ; the demand for a por tion of the school fund, and the control ling power oxerc...

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. — 26 February 1870

Fl "SO ^'t?jri'i .n.tl ? l :c. A ? * Arnim ?i?rr TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. } GOD .A.IST33 OTJ3R ^OXTISTTIIY. <{ ALWAYS IN ApyAJNCi VOLUME 4. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26. 1870. . . . .. _ . . ":M_ . _ _ NUMBER 2 THE ORANGE u (JUG NEWg PUBLISHED AT OftANGEBURG, 8. C. Every Saturday Morning. "HAS. If. HALL & CO. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Ono Copy for one year. $2.00 ?? Six Months.n 1.00 Any one.Bonding TEN DOLLARHi for a Clnb of New Subscribers, wilt recelvo ati RXTRA COPY* for ONE YEAR, free of tharge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, fcr a Clnb of Now Subscribers, will receive ta EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of ?harge. RAT 88 OF ADVERTISING. I SqUM-e 1st Insertioa. $1.60 ?? ? 2d " . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or ?at Inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices.$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, &c.$0 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the moat liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, ...

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. — 26 February 1870

THE ORANGEB?RG NEWS SATURDAY, FEB. 2?. 1870. MALCOLM I. BROWNING, Editor. Tim Citizens Party. We cull the attention of oar readers to the article on our first page entitled "A place in the fight," which wo clip from tho editorial columns of the Char leston Duily News. The New?, nnd our selves are now in full accord as to the situation and the remedy, and we appre ciate tho tone of courtesy and sympathy in a common ennse whiob characterises the article, snd which should mark tho course of the Daily JVctrs, as the leading organ,of tho State This question, as to whether the State can be redeemed from its thrall of cor ruption usurpation, and restored to the keeping of those, whose intcsests and whoso luve fur her will be guarantees that she will suffer no detriment in their hands, is a vital and an imminent one. The result of the elections this coming fall will set t lo this question for a decade of years, perhaps forever. Docs it not behoove us then to devote all our efforts, in ? dcr...

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. — 26 February 1870

THE ORANGEB?RG NEWS SATURDAY. FEB. 26,1870. MALCOLM I. BROWNING, Editor. The Citizens l'arty. We cull tho attention of oar readers to tho article on our first page entitled "A place in the fight," which wo clip from tho editorial columns of the Char leston Daily Acte?. The Ar<te?, aud our selves are now in full accord as to the Munition and the remedy, and we appre ciate tho tone of courtesy and sympathy in a common cause which characterizes the article, and which should mark tho course of the Daily NcKit as tho leading organ,of the State. This question, as *.o whether the State can be redeemed from its thrall of cor nipt ion usurpation, and restored to the keeping of those, whose intcsests and whoso love fur her will bo guarantees that she will suffer no detriment in their hands, is a vital and an imminent one. The result of the elections this coming full will settle this question for a decade of years, perhaps forever. Docs it not behoove us then to devote all our efforts, in a...

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. — 26 February 1870

? .. LOCAL. i-1-~.?.?? &aturday, february 26, 1870 the orange b?ro news is The only paper published In orangebuhg county, and pays weekly visits to every house and hamlet in the ouvty. tftT" Correspondents must bear in mind that in no case will we publish a communication unless the name of the writer accompany it. OPFA IAL.-A11 Legal Adver ^ TIS EM en* TS must be PAID FOR US ADVANCE, unless the OFFICERS from wheat it comes will hold himself RESPONSI BLE for It. oetlO tf To change Contract Advertisement notice must be given on Tuesday morn Ins. Mr. F. DeMnre has received bis ap pointment as Post Muster, st this place, and will enter upon the discharge of his duties next week. Wo trust that Mr. DcMars will reno vate tbc management of our Post Office. By doing so ho will deserve tbc praise of our complaining subscribers aud bo a benefactor to our people. ?* At .the annual meeting of the Young America Fire Company held on Monday evening last 21st instant, thu following officers were...

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. — 26 February 1870

Scraps of Wisdom.?On the buck | of an advertising card, published by u member of the Socioty of Friends, wo find tho following excellent advice : "Plant no more trees or bushes than you can take care of. Get the beat, and theu look after them every day. Keep your home aud grounds in repair. The appearance of a home indicates the char acter of the occupant. Only ten min utes every day is an hour overy week, and over four days in a year. Half this time would make many a front yard look attractive "If you . cannot speak woll of your ueighbore do not speak of them at all. A cross neighbor may be made a kind one by kind treatment The true way to bo happy is to make others hsppy. To do good is a luxury. If you are not wiser and better at the end of the day," that day is lost. Practice kind uess, even if it bo but little each day. Learu something each day, even if it be to spell one word. Do not seem to be what you arc not, but what you ought to be. Learn to control your temper and your wo...

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 March 1870

&ft&l&U,AttS l'EU ANNUM. J 114. ... , .t^Wt? " ? ^?r-.t7T7 ra-vu V?i?lE 4. J?:-?I_ fly! v.. " ' OUR COUNTRY. ^te?^^-^..^_,_, .I ? ? ,? 11..m i-if M *i ii mtoA SATURDAY MORNING, MAHj^fctfti^^^k. 1<. ?? NUMBER 3 i&WSMmw news ^St<T TTHj-?re (?TT: i ? ir ?:oj? Of SUBSCRIPTION. ?OneCOpy tor one rear.... $2.00 ?. ?Ti^.(Mlt'Mo?Un........ 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for a T\nh of tte&tu&Qn*", receive an EXTRA JWflSfe ttNE YEAR, free of ?charge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, for sT'Club of NowBubatorihera. win receive ?n EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, Tree of | ?harg?. fit ?a?? "L-?6:'_ RATES OF ADVERTISING. * MfW? *?* Insertion. $1.50 i,,. ;?? sjj y. . loo ?A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or A1** inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices.$5 00 *aalcep of DismisBal of Guardians, Ad mipUr%Mwf^E?ccutottj, Ac....$9 00 Ooitraot Advertisements inserted upon the wtA ffiharal terras. ItmHtnriV *nd FUNERAL NOTICES, *?* ?Af?ling on? Square, inserted with...

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 March 1870

TEE OR?ftftEBQItG NEW8 SATURDAY, MARCH; 5,1870. MALCOLM I. JiROWmtfG. Editor. Social Equality. The colored man's condition at the j South is somewhat undeflued ami anouva lous. It is rendered so, by ihe^oj^an^of<| the cxtrcmcst and moat unscrupulous of the party, which has emancipated him from |U8 a)a$rerjt<jjr.d which Jias secured to him his civil lights. The motive of this party in undertak ing nod accomplishing this work, outside of tho philanthropy and the hatred to the Southern slaveholder, was and is now it setose his vote for their other party purposes. Undor the prestige of martial and po litical victory, this party comes to the M.SOl tu ;tin >d V ; (Ll?--.>Jl*t , colored man, ,xs his friend and benefac tor aud has won his entire confidence and support. This was a natural result aud to bo expected. But these great boons guaranteed nnd secured to the colored man, it would seem that he should now be left at liber ty to enjoy his freedom and exorcise his rights as a...

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 March 1870

. THE ORiftqEBOTtQ pW8 O IWfTOn ? "?r*T''?? * vwv??- m ****** MALCOLM I. JtHO WA'IA'a, Editor. : "? Social Equality. The colored man's condition at the South 4e somewhat undefined and anoma lous. It it rendered bo by the notion of the extremist and most unscrupulous of the party, which has emancipated liim from his slavery, and whioh has secured Co him his civil tights. The motive of this party in undertak ing and accomplishing this work, outside of the philanthropy and the hatred to the Southern slaveholder, was and is now t) secure his vote for their other party purpose*. Under the prestige of martial and po litical victory, this party comes to the colored man, as his friend aud benefac tor and has woo his entire confidence and support. This "was a natural result aud to be expected. But these great boons guaranteed and secured to the colored man, it would seem thnt he should now be left at liber ty to enjoy his freedom aud exorcise his rights Wa free man and a citixen. But such^ls...

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 March 1870

TT OTTth&iVf M A ROH 5, 1870 TUR ORANGEBURO NEWS 18 THE ONLY PAPER PUBLISH KP I* ORANGEBURG COUNTY, AND *AY8 WEEKLY VISITS TO aVERY HOUSE AND HAMLET IK THE OUNTY. OST" Correspondents must, beer iu mind that iu no ease will we pubtlah a aammunioatinn unless the name of the writer accompany it. -j Y~kr~?i-; .CJPECJIAIu?All I<egnt Advcr ? TIS KM BN TS must be PAID FOR IN ADVANCE, unless the OFFICERS from wheat it cemea will hold hlmseir RESPONSI BLE fer it. I ik '? : oat 10 tf '"1".?V ? 1?*?1^ To change Contract Advertisement* nr.tiee most be given on Tuesday inoru Wo hare bceu requested to state that in calling Dr. Tims. A. Elliott "the first fireman of Orungeburg," wo hare some what Ignored the ch?ms nf others of our ftldeAt citizens to share this honor with the honored Chief. Just after the raotuorable firo in 1854, the following gentlemen started the or ganization of a Fire Department, and persevered until their idea was a success, ^ Pr. Thos. A- Ellhtr, Messrs. Hor pin Rtgg...

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 March 1870

Um ?? i i Tii j xj_*-_>?^ TBK ORANGEBURG NEWS IS THE ONLY PAPER'PUBLISHED la ORANGEBUKG COUNTY, AND PAY8 WEEKLY VISITS TO BTERY HOUSE AND HAMLET IN THE OUNTY. IflT Correspondents must, bear iu ?sind thai iu no case will we publish a communication unless the name of the writer accompany it. Ctf*E?lAI.i.?AH I.ogul Advor ? TlrtKMKVTS must be PAID FOR iX ADVANCE, unless the OFFICERS from whom it comes will hold himself RESPONSI ble far iL est 10 tf ' ^" rV T '"r~^?u To change Contract Advertisements notice taust be given on Tuesday uiorn Wo have bceu requested to state that in calling Dr. Thus. A. Elliott "the first fireman of Orangeburg," wo have some what ignored the claims of others of our tldcit cithtens to share this honor with tmmm i ? r. . the honored Chief*. Just after the momorable firo in 1834, the following gentlemen started the or ganisation of a Fire Department, and persevered until their idea was a success, Vi?: Dr. Thos. A. ElliHr, Messrs. Har pin Riggs, D. Louis and 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. — 5 March 1870

-? .m^^^^mf?^' The New "Trial Justices" ? ?'??? Mr. Corbin, ou Saturday, introduced th? following ?? Bill to define the Crttui nnl Jurisdiction of Trial Jue?ecV' qf which he lud previously given notice: It provides that Trial Justices shall have Jurisdiction of all offence* ?hieb may be subject to the pounltics of either tiue or forfeiture, not' exceeding one hundred dollars, or imprisonment in the Jailor Houso of Correction not exceed ing thirty days, and may impose any sentence within those limits, singly or in the alternativ?. They may punish by fine uot exceed ing one hundred dollars, or imprison ment in the Jail or House of Correction, not exceeding thirty days, all assault and batteries, and other breaches of the peace, when the offence is uot of a high und aggravated nature, requiring, in their judgment, greater punishment. They may cause to be arrested all affrayero, rioters, disturbers and break* era of the peace, and all who go armed offensively to the terror of the people...

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 March 1870

MkiA TWO VOL ME 4. r> ?Mim?? 1o"Aiii?Kr ?dl *x l,'t:la J tils to iiM*J Hht*Kl ??) ?M<rv?a#l! 1 ^MtffMJi"? 4tuoh 1? toJ-tfeitl ?<4i tot 0 no mit? ??(>??: i 1? >tt-> 11.?? }<j i#%t^i(.t f?n j.'CT .:???;>? *tij If*. 1 ^ I-?M> 0 .1' ?:o> .?ted i '1 ?"?v'"-* "JM*. FT. BALL A CO. AND PROPRIETORS. , TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. ist Cupy fsr ssis rear....r $2.00 " Si? Months.'A 1.00 Any OM?M4infjf TEN DOLLARS, for a. Clnb of .'new Subscribers, will receive an EXTRji COPY for ONE YEAR, free of charge- Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, fer a jJWb of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY fer BIX MONTHS, free of I RATES OF ADVERTISING. U Square tat Insertion. $1.60 ?M ? ?????? J4 M. 1,00 A Solare eensists of 10 lines Brevier or ea* lueh of Advertising space. AeHsSmtetrmtor's Notices, ......85 00 NeGceeef Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrator?, Executors, Ac..-$9 00 MARRIAGE end FUNERAL NOTICES, ?set onus Hag one Square, inserted without ?ksrf*. u&~ TtymmQmh im Adv...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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