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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 7 October 1871

wentyfour hours previous to tho occur rence of J.he injury or damage ; but no auch dam "go shall bo recovered by a person whose enrriago and load thereou exceeds tho weight of six tons. Seo. 14. If, before tho eutry of an action provided for in tho preceding Section, the County Commissioners teu dcr to the plaintiff the amount which he would bo entitled to recover, together with nil legal costs, and tho plaint iff does not nccept the same, and does not recover upon his trial more than tho sum so tendered, the defendant Bhall recover COJtfl. Sec 15. II a county neglect to repair any of tho highways or bridges which, by law, it is obliged to keep in repair, or neglect, to diAa ' the sumo safe and con venient, Much County shall bo liable to indictment and fine, as tho Court iu its discretion may order. The fine imposed in such case shall bo certified to the CountyJJCommissioners by tho Clerk of tho Court, and they shall proceed to coL lect tho same from the Surveyor or Sur veyors of th...

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. — 14 October 1871

DOLLARS PER ANA'UM. y oor> .AJSTD OXJlf COUNTRY. VOLUME 5. . ^ ALWAYS IN ADVANCE SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1871. NUMBER 35 THE ?RANGEB?BG NEWS ?:o>? PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBURG * l?Tory Saturday Morning. x BY THE ?RANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY ?:o:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy for one your. ... $2.00 ?? . ?? ?? Six Months. 1.00 Aay one sending TEN DOLLARS, for a (Jln? of New Subscribers, will receive an F.XTKA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, for a Clttb of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, freo of charge. ?:o:? RATK'S OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion... $1.50 ?< ti 2d " . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or one inch of Advertising spasc. Administrator's Notices.$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, &c.$0 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, mot oxaecding eno Square, inserted without ?barge. Terms Cash in Advance...

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. — 14 October 1871

Making Paper. Paper is made from rags of all kinds, straw, or indeed almost snj substance Containing cellular tissue. The finest writing paper is manufactured from the best of linen rags, brought from Italy. The rags are first shredded upon scythe blades?t*. e., the scams are ripped open, buttons cut off, and the dust shaken out. 2d. They are steamed in a solution of chloride of lime for ten or twelve hours until they aro thoroughly bleached. ', 23d. They are received by a machine that alternately lacerates them by a cy linder set with razor-like blades, and washes them with puro cold water for six hours, or until they aro rodueed to a mass resembling rice and milk, x 4th. This mass receives a delicate blue tint from smalt?powdered glass colored with ozyd of cobalt. 5th. It is diluted with water to the consistency of city milk, and sifted, to strain out the waxed ends and knots of thread that cause the provoking little lumps that catch our pen whon we write rapidly on poor pupcr. 6t...

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. — 14 October 1871

-Li-.. . ?-1 i' ?--ill Making Paper. Paper is made frc^ rags of all kinds, straw, or indeed almost any substance containing cellular tissue. The finest writing paper is manufactured from the best of linen rags, brought from Italy. The rags are first shredded upon scythe Tbladcs?-I. c, the seams are ripped open, buttons cut off, and the dust shakon out. 2d. They are steamed in a solution of chloride of lime for ten or twelve hours until they aro thoroughly bleached. ' * 8d. They aro received by a machine that alternately lacerates them by a cy linder set with razor-like blades, and washes them with pure cold water for six hours, or until they are redueed to a moss resembling rice and milk. < 4th. This mass receives a delicate blue tint from smalt?powdered glass colored with ozyd of cobalt. 6th. It is diluted with water to the consistency of city milk, and sifted, to strain out the waxed ends and knots of thread that cause the provoking little lumps that catch our pen when we write...

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. — 14 October 1871

L,OQ A L. << /aAT?R?AYj OCT. 14, 1871. All Advertisements must W handed to the Business Manager before Thursday Noon. ?1 , , I - ^"T?7T~ i-i Skb the advertisement of Theodore Kobn & Bro. That's i-.nouuu. ? What? 'do wo henr every ono ?ay. Why, to go to Mr J. P. .Hurley's storo and get enough of ?everything fur a 9inall sum of money. Cnpt. Brtggnmnn is in receipt of fresh goods of every description, and a line lot of liquors which everybody know is .-good, nnd those that don't believe it ;jnsfc go and be convinced of the fact. . Court House Stork.?Capt. J. A. Hamilton has just, returned from the North with a supply of, goods swrooly ever equalled, and never excelled in our Tu^ra, Give him a call. Mr. Jos. McNamarn has a fine lot of | goods on hand which needs no recom mendation. All you have to do is to go andbuy at tho prices which he has fixed to 6uit everybody and the times. Bakery.?Mr. Thos. W. Albcrgotti has just received afresh supply of con fectfonarics, cakes, etc. ...

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. — 14 October 1871

"Name the longest day in the year, ?aid a Nashua teacher, to a young hope ful of five summers. "Sunday," respon ded the little woman. A little boy disputing with his sister on some subject, we do not remember what, exclaimed, "It's true, for ma says so, aud if ma Bays so, it is so if it ain't 80. If small girls are waifs, are large ones wuifors ? "Certainly says sweet sixteen; "at least tho boys havo tho hnbit of up plying them to their lips in sealing their vows." Tho hotel in New England with the longest nntno is tho Quoquinnapssnkcs soanogog House, at Hampton Beach. It has only one letter less than tho whole alphabet. A Milwuukio woman, whose husband hud been perseedted to death by a credi tor, married the creditor and persecuted him to death in less than six months. Time sets nil things even. Don't it beat ull how children will sometimes ask questions which even the wisest is puzzled to answer. "Mamma,' exclaimed Charley, "How big was i when you was a little girl ?" "i say, boy,...

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. — 14 October 1871

"Name the longest day in the year, ?aid a Nashua teacher, to a young hope ful of five 8ummor8. "Sunday," respon ded the little woman. ? little boy disputing with his sister | on ftetao subject, we do not remember what, exclaimed, "It's true, for ma says so, aud if ma says so, it is so if it ain't so." If small girls nro waifs, aro large ones wuifers ? "Certainly snys sweet sixteen; "ut least the boys havo tho hnbit uf up plying them tu their lips in sealing their vows." Tho hotel in Now England with the longest nnmo is tho Quoquinnups?akcs HOanogng lluuso, at Iiutnpton Reach. It has only one letter less than the whole alphabet. A Milwaukee woman, whose husbaud luu! been porsecifted tu death by a credi tor, married the creditor nnd persecuted him to death in less than six months. Time sets all thinirs even. Don't it beat nil huw children will sometimes usk questions which even the wisest is puzzled to answer. "Mamma," exclaimed Charley, "How big was I when you was a little girl ?" "I...

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. — 21 October 1871

YWu a>ollak* ii.ii mkiik l GOD ATST? OUR COUNTRY. * ALWAYS ttf "*-^?uf^*^?^r 5^"' " ~ "J" --Mil MM IIM i-i.- ? t,.,,.-- .. , .v . . , rL- . . . -? --?*? L ' - " " ?' ' ' ffHU*.-, > "T'' ^ ,_T '" -I I'll !? I PESMBMMfcm.II ???HI ! ^ - ? > i^iilPmK^mm, VOTATME 6. _ SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1871. NUMBER ?(l TH1 ORANOEBOR* Ww" | ?:o:? ; PUBLISHED At OTT ANGKBTTHO T,T*rj Saturday Worntrta;. ?T TfIS ?? :re?? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.' ?ue craw? *r:?ii'7Nr. $2.00 ?? m ?? gis Months......? 1.00j \my *?? tendind TEN DOLLARS, for a 01 nb ef Now Sebsoribtrs, wRl receive en 8XTRA COPT for ONE YEAR, free of | ?barg?. Any *ne sending FIVE DOLLARS. Ter a> Club of New Subscribers, will receive ?a BXTTU COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of | ?berge. ?ST AATES OP ADVERTISING. 1 H?,uar? las Insertion...... 11.50 ?? " Id ??? i&H.. 1.00 A ??u*r? o.nilsts ef 10 Um Bm(?r er i?eb of Advertising Adssi.istrW* Easier*. .M...t6 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad sslaist raters, Executors, Ac.-$...

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. — 21 October 1871

-r^JfBIl ,00' * MIA3 n XWu DOLLAR ANMiM. V GOD -AuTST? OUR COTJNTBY. ?bk: VOT,TTME 6. -- SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2i, 1871. { ALWAYS tSi AWAm& m? ??-: i ? NUMBBB'-'ll ?'fl til' THE ORAtf GBBfJPtr WTW' ?:o:? prfiLTRTTED At OT? ANGKBTTHO TJrsry Saturday Mom! 112:. UT Tfl* HR A3GEBURG N1SWK COMPANY TlltHS OF SUBSCRIPTION.' ?we Oepv t>r enayaar. $2.00 j ?f ?? m 8{X Months. 1.001 \ay Wie Sanding TEN doll Alt fl, for n 01 n? af Saw Subscribe?, will receive tn RXTRA copt for one YEAR, free of j ?karg?. Any *ne sendtag FI vf, dollars, T?r a Ciuk af Nik Subscribers, will receive ?to 1XTRA cot?T for 8TX MONTHS, free of j ?karg?. RATHS OP ADVERTISING. 1 Square lit Insertion.. SI.60 I " 2d " . 1.00 A Sauar? oatotitts af 10 linen Brarler er ont inch af Advertising apase. AdmiaistraAar's Natt???,.?..16 00 Metice? ar Ditsnisaal of Guardians, Ad ?aiaist raters, Executors, ko...$P- 00 Csatraet Advertisements inserted upon the saaat liberal tarms. marriagb and funeral notices. ast exceeding 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. — 21 October 1871

,00 A- KT A3 . 1WU l>OLJUAi.h ANNUAL }. GOD .A. 1ST 3D OUR C?UNTBY. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1871. -J ALWAYS DI AHt1? NUMBER ST THE ORANfflSBfTW* WFV' ?:o:? FVIthTSffSD AT Krarj Saturday Wornf n?:. UT TBI VR.INOEB?HG NEW? COMPANY ??:or? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ?as C??y for ins year. $2.00 ? m Six Months... 1.00 Vav im* Sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Ol?? ?f New Subscriber*, will reoeive an ?XTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of| ?karg?. Any ?ne sending FIVR DOLLARS, fer a Ciuk of Hew Subscribers, will receive *a EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of ] ?karg?. RATHS OF ADVERTISING. 1 Eeusra 1st Insertion. tl.fiO m 2d " . 1.00 A Sauare oaaststs of 10 Unas Brevier er ?a* iaek of Advertising spaee. Admiaintrater's Netlees. .~...i5 00 Notiea* ?f Dissaisaal of Guardians, Ad ?siaistraUrs, Bxecuters, Ac.-$9 00 Caatraet Advertisements inserted open the wont liberal terns. ?:o: MAftRIAGB and FUNERAL NOTICES. aol exteediag oao Square, inserted without eaarg*. wtf Terms Gash in Advance. [COMMUNICATED...

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. — 21 October 1871

THE QRANGEBCTRGr NEWS ^ J. FELDER MEYERS?Editob, GEORGE BOLITElt, Financial an? Business JVjAjgAipEit. SATURDAY, OCT. 48;1871. Every article for the OrakgbbUbo. News muat bo accompanied by the real name of the author?-*not necessarily for publica tion, but t^g>l^$WfT^f^ V^JJ A}10 part of tho wrtfor. , -.. - ?Jury.-: seofl fca*"?<ut s^w r~?.'r.dri guiofWs >*: enssewtf nco? ii bu/t ,?ooo.lau?**} Tin* rcinstk able, document.we pdbliab' on tHe-'fln^-^Wo ^of' the News. We have ndtVnc time to "direct alt?^a^' ize thot5fn^,^1^^Nor*Tn^^ fill Muto-wr.-) f?iixj??4?ir**> rnTcrii disposition to take direct issue with, tho expression of tho opinions of& body * that is intended to fairly represent, und presenfifttTf facts in their proper light. The Grand Jury of each County is the greatest machine for the correction and rebuke.of evils that was ever instituted. But there is a limit to their pow ers; if not prescribed by law, yet established by immemorial custom. These points we ha...

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. — 21 October 1871

THE ORANftEB?Rfl NEWS J. FELDER MEYERS?Editor, GEORGE liOLITEll, Financial and Business Manaoeb. SATURDAY, OCT.?, 1871. Every nrticlo for the Ouasgkuuiki Nkwh must bo accompanied by tbo real name of the ausJjW' ^n>er~we^iiat1iyi,!of fWiMlla?" 4lon, hut ?ffW^f^oVff^fjHVait0: part of tbo writer. -Jury. mwrfl tiaMioi *?w nietfB jp,?a',,n %1 esatwd nooe ii has ,*lu?jd lai'iuj Tht?frcifl*rMUJ4 dpeuaientiw* pabllssi on t?^tlJlWlW|noof "the N?ws.?dWe havo ?Me ?hl?^ ?Meutl\W*?ififrf ire tbo^?ft*^^^ disposition to take direct ifsrne with the expression of tho opinions of a body > that is intended to fairly represent, nnd pre8en^BW?fJts? in their proper^ li?ril?| The Gfffln^ry ''breach* ^ou^y^jf tVe greatestf^SGinc for the coiTcc^ion a^rjo^ rebuko^g^ij^^ \ But thgjge*is*4; Jimit to their pow ers; if not prescribed by law, ''yot estab?steaft alrjf? > ^?nmetnorinl custom. These ?fAiWVfh hlvV hot the time, even if possefeetfof' abundant inclination to do so, to^c^patwto upon to day. The...

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. — 21 October 1871

THE ORANGEBPRGr NEWS J. FELDER MEYERS?Editob, GEORGE BOMVEK, Financial and Himixkhs MamagKb. SATURDAY, OCT.?, 1871. Every article for the Oeakgkbubq Nkws must be accompanied by the real name of the tuiw-jawi1' IWlJBIIllllylW yiMUM 1 Mob, but. part of tho writer. ?tiit*.??in' iriasi; ?J$?H %+**'nn **n wierfB goioow JaH ammii nooit it baa tnioa*d leuail Tlrjeire?etMW? dp^umentiw? prfbtUhr on tnVf^illwyNU'gof "the WWW8.< ^We havo mftvfte mS? *MkCLt??-4u\& ize eapreaaie^ ,*&^',w\mm*4P* M$jom tbat isdnbandei to ;?*irly^rawB4uad?ina! presen^lWKa' i^ WmT^ro^rMitftt?" The Gt*n#??fy ^eocr? ZoMffttie' anilMB9Taoo_1o-oiujtf l?*riavioiJ \i greatcartyobioo lor^tho corwe^o^^na^ But thajUgie^Ji 4irp?t-,/^o^be4?r -pow-^ era; if not prescribed by law,*?ybt! establisfcat) *'hjr - SmracmOrinl ' custom. These Mwnre bl9e' hot tTio'fltbe.'bVoii" if posselLpfcfi*aD^o4ani^ at ion to mfw wtfioi to sal do so, to^o^pajjato upon to day.,, ^he facts to which wc desire to briagithe attentiog,^ |?fsjfr...

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. — 21 October 1871

>???!,. svatttt a a i> v AllMwtisements <must ? Majjfcjgjf^^a Thursday A flltttf^CA^'pTunity ?To .attorn' the Agattaiawsi Fair in Orangeburg. 8oi25^tfi[JE. ,13. Seabkook, left tor Ihe Nortjj ^erdr.v. Ho k engaged there IssaeVlfc* Iwrigcf OuaW^ " m taa^i^J'nr" "? ' 1 ? jL ii^jr cceWteAt has suspended the writ' of Habeas t tV^tis ia nine of the uppar uouutiW.**"5 ???: r Admitted.?Messrs. J. S. Heyward, Geo. %^mgB^ W. II. Becdjsb, Were aamutea to practice in. tho Law and Probate CourU,qf this State during the past week._ _ Court adjourned on Thursday last. His Honor, Judge Graham, loft that bight for Columbia. In our next week's issue we will givo a full report of its his tory, if not crowded with advertisements. Mr, W. T. Liohtfoot's uew store at the corner is assuming gigantic pro .Jwrtlons/Ljlf wttl|iSa>oompleted in a few Weeks, whan our readers may look for a flaming'adve'jcijsem'ent from Mr. L. ???? ? The O??^Byna Fair.?The.First Annual Fair for ?rangeburg County comme...

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. — 21 October 1871

Alli-Adwtisements must be Iw^oCTb tlie Business EBBE A ?lifcfrf'Q^roTUNiTY?To attend the Ag-rbatttural Hair in Orangeburg. Soi^55^WlJE<*H. Sgabuook, left tor the North, yesterday. Ho is engaged there whdhvrgo cuses. suspeuded the writ bf Habea?) ?etpiis in nine of the upper countigf>^'v^;; , Admitted.?Messrs. J. S. Heyward, were admitted to practice in the Law aud Probate Courts of this State during the past week._ ______ COURT/adjOUrncd on Thursday last. His Honor, Judge Graham, loft that bight for Columbia. In our next week's issue we will give a full report of its his tory, if not crowded with advertisements. ? "'- r~ m - Mr, W. T. Lioiitfoot's new store at tho corner is assuming gigantic pro bortloafu jl? w?l]be completed in a few Weeks, when our readers may look for a flaming advcrtlscin cut from Mr. L. -- ?hi - Thb OR'ANfiEBuno Fair.?Tho First Annual 5Fair-for Orangeburg County commences on Tuesday next. It will Continue*otFtjb,Thursday tho 2Gth. Ex tensive preparations ...

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. — 21 October 1871

TAMMiU OY Til* uwi?kuuw.. SpiffiSarbad jut married aeeceed wife. 0? th* day after the waddiug Mr. 8. remaa Spillaaaa, to our dairy, my dear," re Imaa. Mr. SpUlman, "I tetctid iry." r ry, Mr. Spillman." "Onr^Us! oar dairy P' aerwaohed the wiCemphasisiag aaoh word tilth a blow oUjthQ back of her cringing spouse. Mr. Sprffinan retrsated aodar tha bed. In passing under the bodolothes his hat waa brushed off. Be remained under oovor finljigfal mtiiutee','waiting for a loll iapVHMb. At last bis wife saw him thraiting his head oat at the foot of ] the bcijawwUflke a turtle from Its shell. "What are you looking for?" exelaini od the 98f: "I am looking for our bat, ray dear," says ha. SnopiU50 His own|Ukns.?A per son in a passion in a passion very fre quently jumps at conclusions so sudden ly aa to jerk his own head off, as they aay. "I any, neighbor Snobs, if you don't keep your chickens out of my garden, I will sh?& then.", "Very well, Doolittle, shoot away; only if you kill any of my ...

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. — 21 October 1871

TAMJISU Ol" THU ?hin.i.u>. Sp?lwau bad just married imcom wife. Q?\ the da j after the veddiag Nr. 8. Nasulsttirf: ? Im. Spilltuafi, to our dairy, my lows. Mr. Spilhueb, "ItftVUMi iry." , Mv. Spilluiau." Ii 'belly ^ MJ tb6 '?Our^fefer I wr dfticrl1' sefaeehed Ute wiffeo^hasisidg each word With a ik of her cringing spouse, in retreated 00der the bed. ir Ute-' bodolothea his hat He lapiiiiMd ander tmuuto?, waiting for a At last his wile saw ing his head out at the foot ef the bedja?a*l*$ke a turtle from its shell. "What are von looking for?" exclaim ed the eWfr ^ 'Igto^^ *?r our oat? nJ deer," eaja he. Shooting His own|Hiens.?A per son io a ftpassiou in ^ passion rery fre quently jumps at conclusions so sudden ly an to jerk his own head off, as they ?ay. "I say, neighbor Suoba, if you don't keep your chicken* out of my garden, I will shdtit diem.'', "Very well, Doolittlc, shoot away; only if you kill any of my hens throw them into my yard." Crack wont the fowling-piece morning afte...

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. — 21 October 1871

Tamjku or run auuu*.o. 8pUtSLalbad just married a second wife. On the day after the wedding Mr. S. remained: ~lre. S?illuaatto Matpa^ I ? oar dairy, my dear," ra ils***. Mr. Splllmau, "I lutcbd iry, Mr. 8piUman." ?d Il?fl3a1r%t?e p?&er. tbo Is Mr dairy?' scrunched rising each word with a Ik of her cringing spouse, in retmatad under the bed. ?r tar bodolothes his hat Ho remained under \\ infinites',-waiting for a loll inpntfEn. At last his wife saw him thrusting his head out at the foot of the bed, touch like a turtle from its shell. 44What are jou looking for ?" exolaim od the Mr?.' ? "I am^p^usg Tor our bat, my dear," aaya he. ?? HIIIW-- ??? - Shooting His o\vn|Hens.?A per son in a passion in a passion very fre quently jumps at couoliwous so sudden ly as to jerk his own head off, as they "I say, neighbor Snobs, If you don't keep your chickens out of my garden, 1 will shoot them.", "Very well, Doolittle, shoot away; only if you kill any of my hens throw them into my yard." Crack...

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. — 28 October 1871

.03 ? HXA3 M MTT'J" -j 'e*?>ir:j^a ?: /? ?im awaw e;i7J aa?tf mo aar i2 /?f?'b' S?Ilars per ANNUM. 12 .r?r>3 oJ ?orfirti;1! ?4 t^fl A. '.i-. ?r?- ?tiatmoO | I (iit ,? ; riorfJ < fif oi .M oil lii if* Jnaaft _"_u GOD ^lISTD OTJTl pOUNTRY. riTT^ 0Q (tat/. SATURDAY MORNIN1 OCTOBER 28, It tui. ith i lim :>':? STM) .Ik?kvXkVl KirsJ^ oa '?*>-/-?.?? .?oliudhljf TJiTyf BEB ST THE <_ '.jNtr^t, ?^.6:? K?ikU H j PVBTA8?E& $f Every Saturday Woriiii-r. BKAH rjuro the ? TERMSW '3?l3SCRU"f ION. ^?.OorAy,fer(W?J'Cftr. $2t^>i ii .? "r H, Months.v... 1.00 I Any on*18bn(IiDg. !T E N DQLLARS, for* n Clnb of NoVr SdVseribcrs, will receive an ???tetTR'l \}OVXt , fa ONE YEAR, free or| charge. Any onq gopdni;: FIVE DOLLARS, for a CLuV of .?NakvEubscribcrs, will receive*" an EXTRA <&?fffi SIX MONTHS, frco of charge. fcj|ji|*|>) ? !! >'i.T*ro:? I RATES UF'ADVERTISING, li Square 1st Insertion. Sl.pO v M %155l? .?. LOO 4la.A flkm?ro consists of 10 lines Brevier or ?ne inch...

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. — 28 October 1871

THE ORANGES LTRG NEWS *.* ? ? *? J. FELDER MEYERS?Editob, george BOXIYEB, Vnuaoiai. ARD BUSIHBSS Managb?. ISATUBDAY, OCT. 28,1871. f.? ? ?? i i = Every article for the Oranorburo Nsws ?Mt be accompanied by the real name of the author-not necessarily for publica lion, but aa a guarautec .of good faith on the f*H of the' writer. * < ? A ?tecrible; Retribution. ? j I i _? j. ,The city of Chipsgo, often called! the urfl-WW.ft*West," ?? now a heap of mouldering ruins., Perhaps no city on the American contincut was so devoid of a high-toned society, and so.given to immorality as the once proud city of Chicago. The character of its people, if we are to judge from the the popular , verdict, was very loose, and possessed as-one trait to commend it to the respect and confidence of an enlightened publio sentiment. Men and women there wore truly actors and actresses on ono vast stage of profligacy and extravagance. ' Religion was a mockery with them, and every instmctof morality was tost iu ...

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