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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 12 March 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
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 12 March 1870

*->arhe$ffr * ?JO^JatO'l'i , MsB a'ee Oif? io Jiji.'J ? Ufa, ? i^imSuaU |?OTf'iMBtlX Ii 1-. T^Wai n* lo airrrt* ... ? >.; ki in.-? ) bhteMt ?di ?JaW?a*e_. ? rftiro3 I? '??)?> <i iifi ioi ,?4i?j8 two ^l|4^rfl]r4f^rf > VOL?ME 4. -11 VII I. teadati -j. j ?i cii i ??w>ni ua Mil eiR I o*cb t.-e ifbaano) J^' "He tall aLjVj-trt oif*?n/ ti Jaxnift??utJ H?<? iil hlhlm ?*f )Biiai 4^ ir.vi .ttfrsrnej. y>* vnN ,**i,,u > 8Warji fl?DaaewAjfo 5 lo ?/?l 1-1-? .0?! ?f .M7IAK ,? AOJt J I .? l?1 Jam -'.'JUfL'-Li. 1 ^f'T'.sae S i* -?Iii I'a fls*>i a J*ao! l-ca .a* aiofcfj *,(%?j?om leaVn SatTTTI ? ? ..>__? _??? - ' ? ??? - ^! -?. - - - 'Vvva^t J*. itfffc ' ^?W? til**''} Si *?BL||1ftD AT ORAWGBB?RO, 8. C. ?:qj? "HAS. H. HALL A CO. AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Copy for one year. $2.00 .i ? *? 81s: Months.i 1.00 Any one sending TKN DOLLARS, fer a. Clnb of .'New Subscribers, will receive eft EXTRA COPT for ONE TEAR, free of charge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, f...

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 March 1870

TBE ORANftKBOKft NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH. 12,1890. MALCOLM I. BROWNING, JUitmr. veatsmmB . ? ji.i urn xjj^inaenananas The Press Conference. The Columbia Guardian ami others, ef the State press have suggested that alt of the editors of the State, opposed to the usurpation and corruption of our State government, meet together in con ference at Columbia on aha 16th insft. The Charleston JvVsas, in' advocating the suggestion, and urging upon all pa pers of the State to be represented at ?his moating, doer, not understand that' the object of tho meeting ia to put forth a platform o? any public declaration of policy, but to bring the acti-radical edi tors together "so that they may inter change views and opinions and make themselves acquainted by, confernng to gether, with the feeling and deaira of every section of the State," With this we entirely concur, and We earnest ly hope that all of out contempo raries throughout the State will meet to gether ia conference. Lei. us see whni are the 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. — 12 March 1870

TEE ORANGEBORG NEWS aiTLKDAY, MARCH. \% jjgjft MALCOLM I. BROWNINO, BdUor. The Pres? Conference, ? ? ?* The Columbia Guardian and others, ?f the Sute press have suggested tuet ?11 of the editors of the State, opposed to the tourpetfoft;*^ toirruptioa'of our State government, meet together in con ference at Columbia on she 16th inst. The Charleston jVW?, in advocating the suggestion, and urging upon all pa per* of the Stele to be represented at ?hie meeting, does not understand that the object of the meeting is to pat forth n platform or any public declaration of policjr, but to Wing the anti-radical edi tors together "bo that they may inter change views and opinions and make themselves acquainted by, conferring to gether, with the feeling and desire of every section of the State," With this we entirely concur, and we earnestly hope that all of our con tempo raries throughout tho State will meet to gether in conference. Let us see what are the chances for us, in the grand ef fort of ...

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 March 1870

THE ORANGEBORG NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH. 12,1m MALCOLM I. BROWNING, iditor. The Prw* Conft-reace, The Columbia Guardian and ethers ?f the Stato press have suggested that all of the editors ot the State, opposed to the feur^oe^a wrrnptioa of our State government, meat together in coo fereoco at Coluaabia on alee 16th iaetL The Charleston A*k>?, irr' advocating the suggestion, aud urging upon all pa pers of tbe State to be represented at thia meeting, does not understand that the object of the meeting ia to pat forth a platform or any pnblio declaration of polier', httt bo bring the anti-radical edi tors together "so that ihey may inter change views and opinions and make themselves acquainted by, conferring to gether, with the feeliqg and; deairo of every section of the State," With this vre entirely couour, and we earnestly hope that all of our ooptempo rariee throughout the State will meet to gether in conference. Let us see what are the chances for us, in the grand ef fort of patrio...

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. — 12 March 1870

TEE ORAN?EBQEG NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH. 12,1870. MALCOLM I. BHOWNINO, Editor. ? I i ? . ? ? i h 7i. -~Tr?*r*CrMmmWB Th? Press Conference* The Columbia 0?ar<tuin end others ef the State press have suggested that all of the editors of the Stale, opposed to the usurpation and corruption of our State government, meet together in con ference at Columbia on the 16th inst. The Charleston Afow?, in advocating tho suggestion, and urging upon ?U pa pers of the Stato to be represented a? this meeting, does not understand that the object of the meeting is to pat forth ? platform or any publio declaration of policy, but to bring the anti-radical edi tors together "so that they may inter chanp /tews and opinions and make themselves acquainted by, conferring to gether, with the feeling and desire of every section of the State," With this we entirely concur, and we earnestly hope that all of our contempo raries throughout tho State will meet to gether in conference. Let us see what are the chances ...

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. — 12 March 1870

*0 .A. Hi . g"j r_: -o ?? SATURDAY, MARCH 1B4 iB7v ; TBS ORANGEBURG NEWS IS HE ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED IN ORANGEBURG COUNTY^ AND PAY0 WEEKLY VISITS TO EVERY HOUSE AND HAMLET IN TOTkOUNTY. ?bV Correspondents most bear in aaind that in no case will we publish a eommnnication unleas the name of ike Writer accompany it. SPECIAL.?All luegnl Adwcr T (SEM BN TS must be PAID FOR iN VANCE, unless the OFFICERS from whan It com-s will hold himself RESPONSI BLE for it. set If tf To change Contract Advertisements aotieo roust be given on Tuesday'morn **** ' . OXAMOKBURQ News.?Orangeburg, 8. C, reocutly sold to Messrs. C H | BALL A Co. The long ezperienoe and ' ability of Mr. Hall, even were he not aupported by so strong a Co., would ren der him sure of keeping up the standard of excellence of the'News. We trust the new firm may win even greater standing and more substantial encourage ment than the News did under tho con trol of friend Dibulk. We throw the old shoe of good luck after them.?From f&am...

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. — 12 March 1870

3L? <0 O -A. Xj . SATURDAY, MARCH 1?, 1S7? THE ORANGKBURQ NEWS IS | HR ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED IM ORANGEBURO COUNTY, AND PAYS WEEKLY VISITS TO EVERY HOUSE AND HAMLET IN TH*VOUNTY. r-. Correspondents must bear in saind that in no oase will we publish a communication unless tho name of the writer accompany it. ^'?JI**;CIAI,.-A1J I^gal Adver ts TI8KMBNT8 must be PAID r'OB iN ADVANCE, nnleas the OFFICERS from It cornea wUl hold himself RESrONSI MIM far it. IS tf whasa I BLR: 1 eat To change Contract Advertisements notice must be given on Tuesday mom lag. Okangeburo News.?Orangeburg, 8. C, recently sold to Messrs. C. H II all A Co. Tho long experience and ability of Mr. Hall, even were he not supported by so strong a Co., would ren - ? der him sure of keeping up the standard of excellence of the News. We trust .... the new firm may win even greater atauding and more substantial encourage ment than the News did under tho con trol of friend Dibble, We throw the old shoe of good luck after ...

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. — 12 March 1870

POETRY ?- ? ? .'Ii m?baas [From the Old Guard, for February.] The Question. I There are t wo hundred Cougressmeu. From Dawn, than Satan subtler, Through noodle Kelley, and Idiot Sch?nck, Clear down to ruffian Butler, Who should be sent as devil'? meat Toh?11, for it's digestion ; I But shall we shoot, or hang the dogs, Or drown them ??That's the question. ? How.Qallie law a Traupmann served We've had a full relation; But Traupmann slew a family? These rogues have slain a nation. Perhaps a dos on of them el) Are true, good men the reet shun; But Shall we shoot, or hang the dogs. Or drown them??That's the question. Tboro's few worth powder in the lot, And repe is dear at present, And drowning occupies too mueh Of time to make it pleasant. How beat to rid ue of the raff, That people as r. post shun? i If we shall shoot or hang tue dogs, - ' Or drown them?That's tbe question. IN TDK Hoi!8KOrUIBFRIBND6.?The New York Tribune says: The example of Mr. Whittenoe in surreptitiously rcsiguiog ...

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. — 12 March 1870

[Frona,*. Old Guard, for February.] 4* -t;.i ?,fi to :., -jnxThe Question. t'"^ ?<'? 'J^'l . H I .?! v Vr/' tit Thor? are two hundred Congressmen. From Daws, than Satan subtler, TErougb noodle Kelley, slid Idiot Soueuck, Clear down to ruffian Butler, Who should bo jtent as devil'* meat Toil?-11, for it's digestion; But shall we shoot, or bang the dogs, Or drown them ?? That's the question. ?]>?>? How Gallic law a Traupmannsenred We're had a full relation; But Trsupmaun sleW a family? These rogues have slain a' nation. "' Perhaps a dozen of them all Are true, 'good men the root shun; But shall we shoot, or hang the dogs. Or drown them ??That's the question. There's few worth powder in the lot, And rape is dear at present, And drowning occupies too much Of time to make it pleasant. How best to rid as of the raff, | ; i That people as i. past shun? If we shall shoot or hang the dogs,' 1 ' - Or drown them?That's the question. "??! In the House of iiib Friends.?>The New York ...

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. — 12 March 1870

POETRY. ?? ?' fr ?? .T-rT-. i-zirtx.i.t ,.t [FromUm .Old Guard, for February.] HttSThe Question. hW# r-?.f ->dl h. ir}< There are I wo hundred Congressmen. From Daws,'than Sal an subtler, TMrough noodle Kflley, and Idiot Sohenok, Clear down to ruffian Butler, Who should be sent as devil'* meat To h-M, for it's digestion.. But shall we shoot, or hang the doge, Or drown them ??That's the question. .'dais How Gallic law a Traupmann served We'fra had a full relation; But Traupmauu slew a family? These rogues have stain a natioh. Perhaps a doaon of thorn all . Are true, 'good men the rest shun; Bat shall we shoot, or hang the dogs. Or drown them ??That's the question. ??? ? ' ' ' '? '1 I CIS.' There's few worth powder In the lot, And rope is dear at present, And drowning occupies too much Of time to make it pleasant. How best to rid us of the raff, That people as s pest shun? If wo shall shoot or hang the dogs, | Or drown them?That's the question. In tux Hou8Kof in? Friendb.?The Ne...

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 March 1870

?lit) ?1 ?fcjJW *\*m ?? -"l tt?|?\ Im 4t* A/H i*t .vi*? to ? tttoii ?8 e'Bmifa - : ? ?m.v fcl ; fen ? rC+V t -Y -.? ? ? *W?BOLLARS PER ANNUM. V ?>?* U?>f Mit/ ?Tr? ! Uw?,^ ??: ? ? ? GOD AND OUR COUNTRY. ^ ALWAYS IN ADVAWiV ?.?.~ ?? ... . ? VOLUME 4. SATURDAY MARCH 19. 1870. _-,-! NUMBER 5 \ln? Copy iW oiie y?sr.$Si< ?? Six Months.... l.< raiMiMv AT guano p.p.up.o, 5. C. ?>-:o:? '?#4$. /r. co.: publish f. rs an ii proprietors. terms of Subscription. !.00 ..00 ? Any * i ?eAding ?TEN DOLLABS, for * Clnhj. ' t?ew Subscribers, will reccivo tn EXTfc . copy for ONE YEAR, free of] charge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subscribers, will receive an extra copy for SIX-MONTHS, free of ] ?harjfo. t tr RATES OF: ADVERTISING. I SqWv 1st Insertion. $1.60 ?73; .'2d " . 1.00 a Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or ?ne Inch of Advertiaing space. Administrator's Notices, ......$? 00 i KeUeea of' Dismissal or Guardians, Ad. alntstratora, Executors, Ac.$0 00 Cewfraet Adv...

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 March 1870

??aoijsS S?* I . hit. If ill tj .<J .?t // // ?Mj?jrfO :?. ?- 4 .;-., ? ?1** til * (1*0? ?? mam TWO DOLLARS PEll ANNUM. V huit tmm mix ?4i dtt ? .. . : ? ? iJMfc I -i-fc-Ji? ia jr? t r 'iv j. a ? a? GOD -A.3S"D OUR COUNTRY. VOLUME 4. ?a* *. U ji SATURDAY MORttM, MARCH 19. 1870, . .i'iV.V ' ?! ?r.-.'.\ A v \;v l^faOrl irTJ Mil ?wi<,l! ri milf tforaft ?{ ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. - _, NUMBER 5 THfruRANGEBORG NEWS ?:oc? ? t?faUSHKD AT ORANOEBURG, S. C. W$?t?tetnr4xy Morning. ?ko:? ''IfA a. Ml. HALL A CO. ; PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy for one year.$4.00 ?*"> *^; ** oix MuuiiiB. 1,00 '? Ab/^obo ?ending TEN DOLLARS, for a Clnb ef New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subscribers, will receive, aa EXTRA COPT Ter SIX-MONT HS, free of ekufe*. ?:o:? ( m BATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.60 "T ?< 2d . 1.00 A 'Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or oae inch of 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. — 19 March 1870

i'SE OE?NSEBOES NEWS s_? SATURDAY, MARCH. 1870. MALCOLM I. BROWNING, hditor. THE PBB88 IN C0NV1CNTI0N. There is Hope for the State! Tho sentiment of the people of South Caroline ia unanimous. From the sea ?huro to tho mountains, a voice conies spontaneous from the people of the State, and it speakcth mighty things?things ot high import, and pregnant with bright bone. The people of South Caro lina huve repudiated Democracy. Sig nificant omen ! Its name and its nation al issues are relinquished. This is a fact. The colored man has a natural and constitutional right to his freedom and his oitisenship, and this right is really and heartily admitted and recognized by the white people of the State. Great things must come from this. There is hope for the State! Hope that the honest, men, those who are citizens of tho State, and who have exhibited tho intention and desiring of becoming her good citizens, will unite, aud that their concert of action and community of in terest will result in ...

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 March 1870

? rrm f\T> A UCLVD/TOCL "r\TT?TTTQ J.JJLJH VrXltAxiUJWUMVI AVJUf VW wr SATURDAY, MARCH. 19,1870. MALCOLM L BROWNING, Isditor. THE PRESS IN CONVENTION. There is Hope for the State! The sentiment of the people of South Carolina it unanimous. From the sea shore to the mountains, a voice comes spontaneous from tho people of the State, end it speaketh mighty things?things ot high import, and pregnant with bright Mope,. The people of South Caro lina have repudiated Democracy. Sig nificant omen ! Ita name and its nation al issues are relinquished. This is a fact. The colored man has a natural and constitutional right to his freedom aud his citizenship, and this right is really aud heartily admitted and recognised by the white people of the State. Great things must como from this. Thore is hope for the State! Hope that tho honest men, those who are cititens of tho State, and who ha re exhibited the intention and desiring of becoming her good citizens, will unite, aud that their concert o...

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. — 19 March 1870

. L O O A Lj._^ SAT?iDAi', MAIICH 1?, 1870 1-7< Post Office.?Mr. F. Do Mars has entered upon his duties as Post Muster sod a decided improvement has taken place already. We publish the list of j Utters remaining in the office. ^ We are requested to say that no mail blatter, upon which pontage is dutt, will be given out unless the same is paid. T. K. Sasportas, County Treasurer hat | taken possession of the office and books uf the County Treasury and advertises some unpleasant suggestion* about taxes. - . ? o. ?*??^? w Almost a Fibs.?On Wednesday ovouiug at about uiue o'clock, a chimney a* the Tresdwell Hotel caught fire, and biased thenteniugly out at the top. The Fire Companies were promptly an the ground and , the roof, and it was soon extinguished It would perhaps be cheaper to keep our chimneys clean than to be burnt out. At n Regular .Meeting of the Inde pendent Young Amercia Fire Engine Company, held at Firemans Hull March 9th, 1870 the following resolutions were aassed. Jt...

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. — 19 March 1870

r?? Q O A L. ?iVXUKD?Y, MASCH JO, IS?? Post Office.?Mr. F. DoMaro has [ ?Blared upon his duties as Post Master aad a decided improvement has linken place already. We publish the list of | letters remaining in the office. We are requested to say that no mail (natter, upon which postage is due, will be giveu oat unless the same is paid. T. K. 8asportas, County Treasurer hau taken 'possession of the office and books vf the County Treasury and advertises eouie unpleasant suggestions about taxes. - ii (i I ? in - /Almost a Firs.?On Wednesday evsuiug at about aioe o'clock, a chimney at the Treadwell Hotel caught fire, and biased theatebiogly out at the top. The Fire Companies were promptly en the ground and . the roof, and it was soon extinguished. It would perhaps be cheaper to keep vur chimneys clean than to be burnt out. At a Regular Meeting or the Inds pendant Young Amcrcia Fire Engine Company, held at Firemans Hall March 9th, 1870 the following resolutions were passed. Resolved, That...

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. — 19 March 1870

*? '1 - .! - -U-rTTTr In Schoo! Days. '1.1 .Ii Still iltstke sckooLkeWby the r?*d, | A ragged beggar sunaitog; 'Wtthte, the maater's desk it aeeo, Deep aearred by raps official; The warping floor, the bailed seats, The jack-knife'a carted initial. Long yearf ago, a winter mn ^aWo over it at setting; Lit up it western window panes And ton eaves' icy fretting. Et touched the tangled golden curls, And brown eye* full of grieving, And one who still her steps delayed, Where pride and ehame wore mingling. Pushing with raatleaa feat the snow To right and left, she lingered? Aa restlessly her tiny hand The blue checked apron fingered. no saw her lift her oyea; he felt The toft hand's light carressing, And heard the trembling of her voice, As if a fault confessing : ?in sorry that I spelt the word: I hate to go above you, BecauB?"?the brown eyes lower fell? ??Because, you see, I love you!" Still memory to a gray-haired man That sweet ohild-faee is showing. Dear girl I The grasses on her grav...

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. — 19 March 1870

POBTBY. In School Days. Still stta the school-bouse by the read, A sagged beggar sunning; Around it ?UU the sumachs grow, Awl blackberryvine* are running, *? Within, the master's desk to seen. Deep sear rid by rape official j Tbe warping ioor, tbe bettered eaata, The jaok-kulfee cerred initial. Le*g year* ago, a winter sun ?kette over it at setting ; Lit up it ?estera window panes And low eaves' icy fretting. It touched the tangled golden curls, And brown eyes full of grieving, And one who still her steps delayed, Where pride and shame were mingling. Pushing with restless feet the snow To right and left, she lingered? As restleeoly her tiny hand The blue checked apron angered. He saw her lift her eyes; he felt The soft hand's light earressing, And heard the trembling of her voice. As if a fault confessing : -*J*s* sorry that I spelt the word: I hate to go above you, Because"?the brown eyes lower fell? "Because, you see, I love you!" Still memory to a gray-haired man That sweet child...

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. — 19 March 1870

?tili she the ?cM-kottHby the asbieV I j Around *p scawed by raps official; warping floor, the battered Mats, ft* jack-knife's carved Initial. 2*t*fi y^ars ago, a winter sun *bea* otor Hat setting; 1A ?f U western window panes And low earse' icy fretting. It touched tae tangled golden curls, And brown eyes foil of grieving, And one who still her steps delayed, i mingling. Pushing with restless feet tho snow To right and ien, she "lingered? A| restlessly her tiny hand The bine cheeked apron fingered. He saw her lift her eyes; he felt The soft hand's light carreeaing, And heard the trembling of her voice, As if n fault confessing: -?I'm sorry that I spelt the word: I hat? te go above you. Because"?-the brown eyes lover fell? ??Because, yon see, I lore yon p* Still memory to a gray-haired man That sweet child-face is showing. Door girl I The grasses on her grave Hate forty years beta grerricg! He liven to learn, In life's hard school, How few who pass above hint. Lament their triumphs,...

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