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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 16 November 1872

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS CKOIUiiE ItOLIVER, Financial an\> BrsiKKsa Manaueb. Ofliclal PaipePWT-1%? Stete and of Orangcl)*** /Tdenty*: The I ""'liV _a ud?torship - Mi rig Wo hour lliat another effort; iri being ltiudo to have Mr. iV iiii ffoMMirfjriUUojjBtUi mi J have some otie^W aftftitfctcd in; Iiis pluto. It is no more than proper for this paper t?3 SjSy??itJ.. .Us cdiioral columns?that*?n\4B effort** j*d?all fi"d, awajs, tin uucrpiivooal disapproval Having been in cxistcuco for a num ber of yenr?, we feel authorized -to say thut any fc?ylt step fehall mcc| "with the disapproval 'of the Republicans of this County. 41 MiK Vtib Tussol baa been , a faithful and efficient officer; treeto hit? 0;T ti^tJ ? r , },_;f party and the interest ot lus County, and it woubl bo .simply . iufainnuK to j make nil attempt tQ have liim dis placed. Nobody has tried to do more to benefit the 'taxpayers' of th's County than Mr. N'a u TSf?J if la ws were p-isscd. by the Legislature, oppressive in iHeir it...

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. — 16 November 1872

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS GKORflE noi.ivr.it, FlMAXCtAL ASt> Dt'SIXICBfl MaNAUEB. Ofliolal r>?iKT of Hio State ami of C>rniiKObKrif 4'?Un<yv SATUKDiX S?^lk 1872. The ( "liit&atAu?Jitorship. , Wo hear (hat another effort; i? being (made to Imvo Mt.Vhii ffassttLiiUUitfctk anJ havo sonic ntic-Olnt aft>?U?'-cil ??i;his plate. It is no more than proper for this paper to sny-viu- its cditoral (olumiis?that sm<h cfFortah *hall Cud, uways, uti unequivocal disapproval Having been in existcrico For a num ber of jems, wc feel .authorized to say that any iQeh step shall meet with the disapproval'of the Republicans of this County. Mr. Van Tusso! baa been a faithful and efficient officer; true to hit! party and the interest id his County, and it wouUl kbo ? simply infamous to make tin attempt tQ have Iuui uis placed. Nobody lias tried to do moro to hem-lit the "tarpayers of ths County than Mr. YnpT?sscTj IT laws were p issed, by the Legislature, oppressive in their iture, and it b...

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. — 16 November 1872

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS GKOm?? I1<?I,IVER, FlSAKCtAL ANU BfftlX*** MAMAOKB. Official lMipoWil>r?t^?iind , Wo hour that another effort; forcing* (made to havo 111 lYim gemeniliiili^ 14,, anJ havo some otie?^W ap^eiJ^iWJ1^ phuo. It ie uo more than projjjer for i olumns? that**^ <n%rlfc Jd.?ll find, wwajH, an .''uuettui vocal dUapproval Huving been, in yxistcucc for a nom? her of J^nrfe^S-'W...ou.thlVifcttd *fc> say thut auyc*ft*b step shall meet Witki the disyppmYwrfHl?j&flv^e?^J^jpans of, this County. 55 Mr? ?ttVlCae^hat> jipon' n faith Tul and efficient offi(Jor?f|w?i|o iis party nud ^^l^{!%f lu? CoUTIt^ and it woub^ho simply idfntnouV* to niiiko an attempt tu have him ?Iis placed. Nobody has tried; to do tuoro to benefit the ^'pSV&rs: ?f tlvs County than Mr. Y'uj^uaoL t'f laws werepissed, hy thu Legislature, oppressive iti tHeir1 aturo, and jayftspjaroe a part ol his duty*74 to execute t|?fci$ot4ioIpuhliqou^ht n it to blame him fordoing his duty: Wo say^ hero, th...

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. — 16 November 1872

SATIIKDAYjJflOT 16, 1872. ?ma All Advertisements nrtaft be handed to the Business Manager before Thnrsday Noon. Wo loaru that Mr. James Cannon, Sr., has opened a grocery and liquor | More ou Busscll Street, opposite Mr. Bigg'" residence. ?1" We learn privately truta Columbia that the tax this year will amount to t bout 17 mills ou the dollar, so our ?Husens cun just compute the am ?nut they will have topiy. Our advices from Charleston state 'that all the Insurance Comp .nies who liavo agencies there, uro ?11 right, und tthut the Boston fire hits not materially inconveuieu'.'cd thutn. Our citizens, to save espouse iu their purchase of shose. would do well to buy up their Winter supply at once, before the prices, in consequence of the Boston fire, take*' ah upward tendency. -;- " - Out- Counjy4 officc?s elootod are vory busy arranging their Booksand prepar ing to quulily, while the "outs" are j>truigheiii:i^}. up their Books pr:pur atory to resigning their several offices. The Stat...

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. — 16 November 1872

SATIKDAY.NOV 16, 1872 All Advertisements must be handed to the Business Manager before Thursday Noon. Wc learn that Mr. James Cauuou, Sr., has opened a grocery and liquor store on Iius?cil Street, opposite Mr. We learn privately trow Columbia that the tax this year will amount to : bout 17 mills on tho dollar, so our vitizous can just compute the am >u>it they will have to pay. Our advices from Charleston state that all the In sura nee Comp tuics who ?have agencies* there, are all right, and ?that the Bogtou tiro has not materially inconvouieuccd them. Our citizens, to save exponso iu their purchase of.sho.se, would do well to buy up their Winter supply at once, bolbre the prices, in couscqucuco of tho Bostou fire, takes an upward tendency. Our County officers' olootod aro vory busy arranging their Book? and prepar ing to qualify, while tho "outs" arc .stiaigheniug up their Books pnpar ?atory to resigning their several offices. The Stute Canvasser.- in Columbia are busily at w...

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. — 16 November 1872

LqCA Ts. SATURDAY, NjOV 16, 1872. All Advertisements must | be handed to the Business Manager he fore Thursday Noon. Wo learn that Mr. Juntos Caution, Sr., hus opened a grocery and liquor ctorc on Rub?cll Street, opposite Mr. Rigg's residence. We learn privately from Culuuibia that the tux this year will amount to ibout 17 mills on the dollar, so our citizens can just compute the am >uut thej will have to pay. Our adviocs frotn CharlcHton state 'that ull the Insurance Competes who have ngeneiejt there, aro ull right, und that the Boston fire has nut materially ineunvcnie need them. Our citizens, to save expense in their purchase uf shuse, would do well to buy up their Winter supply at once, bof'ore the prices, iu cunscqucucc of the Boston fire, takes an upward tendency. ~???-.? ??a?? C.vr County uQiccrs clootod uro vory busy arranging their Rooks and prepar ing to quality, whilo the uoots"are jstraighciiing up their Books prspar iatory to resigning their several offices. The Stat...

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. — 16 November 1872

SAT^D^AY^MO^lg, 1872. All Advertisements be handed to the Business Manager before Thursday Noon. Wo learn that Mr. James Cannon, Sr., has opened a grocery and liquor tdorc on Busscll Street, opposite Mr. Rigg'a residence. We learn privately trout Columbia that the tax this year wiU amount to t bout 17 mills on the dollar, so our "citizeus cati jnst compute the amount they will have to pay. Our advices from Charleston state i bat nil the Insurance Com p. nies who have agencies there, uro ull right, and that the Boston Ii? e has not materially inconvenienced thorn. Our citizens, to save expense in their purchase of ah ose, would do well to buy up their Winter supply at once, before the prices, in consequeucc of the Boston fire, takes an upward tendency. Our County officers elootod uro vory busy arranging their Booksaud prepar ing to qualify, while the "outs" are .btraighetiing up their Books pr;par -atory to rcsigniug their several offices. The State Cativassers in Columbia are busily...

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. — 16 November 1872

Little Uerty. l*ve * swcetheirt.hlstb'* and gay, F?irrr far than fabled fny. I.iglit and airy. Slip is bright ami debonair. Softly fulls her g.dden hair; I all olhr love* fomwear: Ml lie fairy. ~? H ? Little Gerty wwears she's true. Gives me ki*?es*not a few ; Do I doubt her? II carte are often lw-ttght andsshi; Is it glitter, ia it grid ? Half my grief could not he told Were 1 wHfamit her. | ??' ". ? ' ,*> . .. ,,?v,., ?,?,. - I Gerty ?eohfa me if I ream, Venders whnt 1 want from home, With slygi.itices? Looks that neem ?e me to say, '?I hare waited *ll the day ; You wer?? very wrong to at ray, Nnughly Francis. If I whis,p''fi. "We must part," Gert v. sighing, breaks her heart: Awkwnr I. very. When I say that I'll remain, All h**r smiles return again. Like warm Minshino after ruin. We are merry. If my swet heart knows her mind, Love is id aa well as blind. Little Gerty Says she means to innrry mc; Pho is only six, you see ; 1_nw. Mint it should be!? Am two-an<1-thrrly?1' ? - ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 16 November 1872

mile (jerty. ??tBvT"? ;: |_ , I re a sweetheart, billh* and gay, Fairer far than fabled lay. I.iglit and airy. Slip is bright ami debonair. Softly fulla kcr g?Upii hair; I all othi* loves foi Htvcar : I.iltlc fairy. * <t i Little 0*i ty *wMr? alie's true. Giro* me kis?es*not a fow ; Do I doubt her! Menrta arr efien hr-ugM nndsold ; Is it glittar, ia it gold ? Half my grief rottht hot he told ?'rrf 1 Without her. | * * ' "' ' A ? Oertv ?e?tl? me if I roam, V.'onb'is whnt 1 want from home. With ??ty gl mces? Looks that Keem 'e me to eay, '?I hare waited .?11 the day ; You wore very wreag to etroy, Nnughly Francis. Ff T whl*p*fcj "We must pert," Gert v. sighing, breaks her heart: Awkwnr-I. very. When I my that I'll remain, All her ?mite? return again, hike warm sunshine after rain. We are merry. If my sweetheart knows her mind, Lotp is ranftt ns well as blind. Linie G.eHy ."?nys she means to innrry mc ; She is only fix, you sec ; I_al??. thiit Jt should be!? Am t wo-and-thmytt Twins...

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. — 16 November 1872

Utile (scrty. I've a pweeth*art 1>!iil?c und gay, F?irrr fur than tabled fny. Light nnd airy. Slic ix bright dsbottair, Feftly fulls her goftah hair; I ?11 othr lovo?" forswear: Little fniry. T.'ltle (forty '?Mr? ?he'a true. Girrt? tur kis?*>?i*not a fow ; T>o I .loubt her? Henris mrr ?ften Xu ught nncl sold ; Is it gllttsr. in it g.hl ? Half my (trief rntild not he told Wrre i without h?r. | Gorty ?e<>Mr m* if l roam, V.*ond<*r* wlmt 1 want from home, With sly glance*? Looks iliKt nrem ?? mo to aay, '?I have waited all the day ; Yon were very wrong to stray. Naughty Francis. Ff T whlsp5*Tj "We must part," Gert v. sighing', breaks her heart : Awkwnr-1. very. When I tsny that I'll remain, All her smiles return again. Like warm sunshine after rain. We are merry. If my sweetheart knows her mind. Love is raard ns well as blind. Little Gcrty . )<)>?' Miys she nuMna to marry me; Phe is only six, you see ; I?nln*. thiit it should be!? Am two-and-thlrtyrl Twins Born ...

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. — 23 November 1872

TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. )? -. ? ,yr ... ?? - ? ?- ' ?' ? - GOD AND OUR COFNTItY. ? iu'f }nn ? ? * ?;;-'lr * *-'I'm BMMCTI VOLUME 6. SATURDAY MORNING- NOVEMBER, 23 1872. . 1 AIWS. IN ADVAN.CJI rr NUMBER'lt THE ORANGEBURG NEWS i*cnrjsni;n at ORANOEBURG Every Saturday Morning. TtY THE ORANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy for one year.,,. 00 " " ?? Six Month*. 1.00 Any one Bending TEN DOLLARS, for a Clnh of Now Subscribers, will rccolvc nn EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free o charge. Any ono sending FIVE DOLLARS, or n Club of New Subscribers, will receive nn EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free o charge. ?'to:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. Sl.-r>0 ? ? ?? 2d " . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or one inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, .,.$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad minintrators, Executor*, &c.$0 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. ?:o:? MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICE?, not exceeding one ...

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. — 23 November 1872

i two dollars pk11 annum. J -rr? - rwt!-r ? -.-? . .. ?? ? .-:-r~r: GOD ^VjNTD OUIl COi*J]SrrrTtY. -,. 1 VOLUME 6. SATURDAY MORNINGR NOVEMBER, 23 1872. < AWAVS ix advauc* NUMBER THE ORANGEBURG NEWS m~BLisni:n at OT* A1STC3TCPmjRO Every Saturday Morning. x TOY TUR ORANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Tony for one year.,,,. $2.00 " ?? " Six Months. 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, fer a t'lnh of Now Subscribers, will receive nn EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, frco of charge. Any ono sending FIVE DOLLARS, or r Club of Now Subscribers, will receive An EXTRA COTY for SIX MONTHS, free of charge. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. 91.-r>0 ?? ?? 2d ?? ,,. 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or one inch of Advertising apace. Administrator's Notloea, .,.$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executor*, &c.$0 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. ?:o:? MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not exceeding one Square, inser...

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. — 23 November 1872

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS UKOltUK HO I.I V Kit, Financial axi> Dcatxtas Manaoeu. Ofllcinl Paper of lue Slate and ?r OrtUMr-cbur? County. SATUKDAY. NOV. 23, 1872. TlifjFroJtjMe Speaker. As the IIoo. F, J. Moses, Jr. has Veen elected to fill u higher position, in fact the in the gift of tho people. We must' necessarily cast our eyes around, and fcc who is most likely to ruccccd him ? In presiding over the dclilier.ition's' of the Lower House of the Ceucrul Xjrscu'ihly. The position of Speaker is a very important one, and one that requiros a deal of ready tact, ** *** ~ - ? '- ."A n rnmnlotc aud thorough knowTcdgo of I'arliamcnt ary usages, these requirements arc fti.w ?jjot !?.?( lutily necessary, and the man who is elected mitff jposi-cBS them. Of course there are numerous candidates for the position, huf tho most prominent candi dates are1' Si J. Leo of Aikcn and Timothy Iluiley of Charleston, pcrson ully we are well acquainted with each of theso gentlemen, and aro familiar with their ...

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. — 23 November 1872

"X, o o A. SATURDAY, NOV 23, 1872. All Advertisements must be landed to the Business Manager before Thursday Noon. Subscribe ut ouoe to tho "News" so your paper, can continence with tho now yoar. only S2.00, for 12 months. Tho weather hue bcon rotnarkubly cold for the past week, and blaukets and overcoats are gcWiug to be quite comfortahlo. Ou Sunday night rre wore favored with a fall of sloet which proved to us substantially thnt hoary old Win ter had really mndo his appearance. Mr. Sain advertises this week the fact that by the 20th of December next, he will havo in Orangeburg, a fino lot of Virginia horses and mul s which he will sell cheap. Among them will bo fine ?addle and draft horses, the bjst that havo over been in this markot. inquest.?On Monday last Trial Justico A. F. Browning acting Coroner held an jnonest on the body of Wesley Petora, colored, found lyiug dead ou lh< Kcnnerly Road in this Township. After hearing tho ovidenoo givcu, tho jury found "thnt the deceased,...

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. — 23 November 1872

**'" Hoys. #*tq ton IU* y .?. j , ,i ., Who I? iwnMitrt w?\v. ? a>k, Anil allaw^rjii stcnigVwoy ? it is 1L~ friiaa'l/idlitit?l ljoy WIlO (jfcrvikta obey. ,i?b?Jb t4:j It i? tho bo?ftHal #cvi'-Vy kiiul To other litllo hoys. And trejtfM>|;ugo.yr:ih "Jflj ';'-?,.. .?(. WhicltjaxtfttfeY b| i-ni-.y-. ???JTteJI 1? IMtlrttMAtttMld vd? It is t1.?-bpJ>ttV..oJ>fbfjrs Lard To i.wm^.ln.fi^fjAMjkMowk-.lg. ; All?l Iklllka that it" hu can, he will Bo ?j>t jts> go to eollogc. Ami in good hunfer tiles to ploaae His sistcrftAdTlfli brothci*. If such f box t not beloved, No tiu h its ill the world; And Virtue's Banner, pure and white, Will never be unfurled. But-trutS'reinstiAslJ Jnd virtue too, And will till time shall cud ; Antljuil to b ug "will all such boys, Iluyv.in i'u> good a fri.nd. ?i-'jj_.'.eint ;rJJJi X* Clips. A Chicago .pact-began nn apostrophe to the "(jpjin yvith^ ''Prodigious damp boss A t'ltnrfestoh liidy advertises for :i plui*e as 'ittdstaht in the duties of a ...

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. — 30 November 1872

.??w.iii.? <?' Ii. '-?Ii 4 /_<? ?#Utl<.lJ ?KW ftj] inr iMtw TWO DOLL AUS PEIL ANNUM. }? ?Lilt* ??I f?*1flil') ni f ?* faqfyil mo nr., di ' 1 ALWXYB,^ ADVAWS,, VOLUM? l'W ?I.W ? SATURDAY MORNIN< THE ORANGES UEp JIEWS on a-i?Bt* v: i 3 x j o Every Styfni'tln.v Moniini?. TtY TTIK ORANGERURG NEWS CO?PANt ?:o:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ono Copy for one venr. $2.00 ?? ?? " '.Six Months. .... 1.00 Any one sonMing TEX DOLLARS, for n tJlnh of Now flnttheviher*. will receive nn EXTRA COPY *;tor ONE YEAR. free of ?charge. Any' ?i?V;ijjng FIVE DOLLARS, ?r ? Club of New Sunscribcrs, will roceiyo tin EXTRA COrY for SIX MONTHS, free of ?charge. ? R AThjLQK i ADVERTISING. I Square 1st Insertion. ?l.-r>0 ?? ?? 2d " . 1.00 A Squnro consists of 10 lines Brevier or one Inch.of Advertising spnee. Administrator's Notices.$0 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, E**eutftr??. &c.$0 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. MARRIAGE nnd FUNERAL NOTICE...

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. — 30 November 1872

i?m8 aarreru:- ? TWO D?LBAUS l'Eli ANNUM. <? volume"?, _ i ; liuliji , I \V' i ..rfrtfc TT" r. . n 1 '.<> SATURDAY MOlliYTNGr, NOVEMBER, 30 18T2. llMffllOi! ? ItVtdS bli?< if fiii^r jjpidtmb A ? ? tfi *bti lo ?*>i T i ?fft AUJ l^i , ' K' fctj H?l?f(|f| hrt ) ALWAYS IN NUMBER 42 Oha iSt a it nin \ o Every Styfnrdny Morning. nY tut: ORANGEBURCi NEWS COMPANY ?*os? i -A ' TF.RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy for one year. $2.00 " " " 'Six Months. .... 1.00 Any onesen-riin^ TEN DOLLARS, for n Clnb of New ^rtofcevlhern, will receive an EXTRA COPY''to'r'ONE VF.AR. froo <>r eharge. Any HuOjScnain^ FIVE DOLLARS, ?r n Club of New Ruoacribcrs; will receive tin F.XTRA COrY for SIX MONTHS, ri ce of charge. ^ RATI.*.OK ADVERTISING. 1 Squnre 1st Insertion. SI. 10 tc ?? 2d " . 1.00 A Square consists,of 10 linos Brevier or Ono inclLof Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, .00 Notice* of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators; E*CPU?or<<, &c.?0 Of) Contract Advertise...

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. — 30 November 1872

Tho Trustees onft^nslitotioafabout to be founded in Clinrt^ Lanrens Co, S. C, make sn earnest appeal to ovory man woman and child in the state for nid. They wish to raise $5,000 for the erection of a good ( building, on a form near Clinton, for the purposo ?f provi ding a fiomo for,the destituto Orphans. This Orphanage professes to carry out the h.iiue relation iu the rearing of the ehldiren committed to its charge. Its ittiD utes will not only bo provided with no education, bat will be taught to work mid will be trained fur tho business of life. We iisk ior only $5,000, a sum wtjich can assuredly ?e raised among tht < lirisiain j cople ef th.s state. A mite irom every ouo will do the work. We I'pfcul to the liberal hearted of our peo ple and we do net belicvo that wo will appeal in vain. The Orphanage is uober the control of Presbyterian*, Its titles are held by Messrs G. P. Copolaud, lt. S. Phinney end Wm. B. Bell. Its superintendent is Ecv. Wm. V\ Jacobs, a Presbyterian minist...

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. — 30 November 1872

LOCAL._ lTUHDAY, NOV 30, 187?. l11 Advertisements must Ihanded to the Business tager before Thursday >n. Monday next ie salcday. The coming man?aj-uiter. ?iny weather and bo<:gy streets this >ck. ! rant's majority in New York State let down at 50,00ft prcvalcut hippoymosie (epizootic) attacked tho horse chestnut trees. Greelcy hats are uow used for setting lent. '?"he editor who was "fixing" to go Suurting, said "ho was going to press. A Chicago dry goods man ndveitises ["The most fearful sacrifice since the days flof Abraham and Isaac." [/ Tay Gould, Fisk's partner, has been ,estcd on the ohargo of malfeasance fin Erio managomeut. Go(u)ld is tight, ^in^. mercantile parlance. W. T. Muller says iu another column Lihat he has tho best assortment of Iroceries ho ever had. They must be "good. Trade has been a little dull iu lotto during tho past week, doubtless "the III before the storm" of salcday and the Christmas bustle. . ^ Mr. Souder advertises that he will re main a few d...

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. — 30 November 1872

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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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