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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 30 November 1872

tt>B ion ' Written ait mf?;&aU< C: ;t\..' ??iL h-..* : :i ? . rv Gfcbi'uftig ,'V.r^'nrT.. ?nalawY? M,.! .,,,.,, -W?"iooi{ ;i ? ' Th? tr.uh?hfr ^,^^, ; i fall, UpoU the rh,Illing Hoiy^aJ^y .?..1; ;??? :. 'JI i- ?im> .-Ini.c }?'.! I'.u civ. nntf ' s.v.- .".^K^^i. *lo;h>i\ ! l?>vo^iW^rtWoa The yiolei with 1.'il ? ami laildj V. :i\ t i; er ih hill it wave Ti? a hrigil! H|*-or. yet must Its bright leaves lit II.?? I? lipOSl l.o? ? Dear luot h r "|rrf*r| ?Uil.Jvtn?Ui -t l.< on rtry"lir<?H.'- . 'lr.' And i c ?'.il?l love, in -Jie. Te leave uutastoil lilVsanrK, bitter streams, hy theo, um i r*t1>/i-IOI llni.s.l, lie, A ml ^li;'t?Ly!^j- jjreawa. Ami mu i I liii^-*!- horc, To (tain I lie p'uinape of my sinles-- yeftnj? Ami mourn ihe hones:o childhooddeaf With hTTT8T?oA7 i. ? Aye. iir:s( I linger her?. A lowly |?rmieliga^uiMi u withered tree, Whose lu-t ^f,il^U.>aC,ual iiiicly sear, Wt ni down with t In-1 f uf> n Ofi from llie's withcrod bower, lu ni ill commu...

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. — 7 December 1872

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS PUBLISHED AT Every Saturday Morning. BY THE OftANGEBIiRQ NEJYS COMPANY ?;n:? TERMS of SUBSCRIPTION, ?no Copy for one yenr. $2.00 " ?? ? Rix Months. i.oo Any one Bending TEN DOLLARS, for n Clnb of Now Subscriber?, will receive an EXTRA COrY for ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, ?r a Clnb of New Subscribers, will receive fen EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of ? obargo. ?:o:? rates of advertising. t Square 1st Insertion. SI.50 ?? ?? 2d ?? . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or P ?no inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices.'.$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, ExcctHofs, kc..;.$0 00 X Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, hot exceeding-one Square, inserted without feharge. ?:o:? Terms Cash in (franco. **?a Browning & Browning, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ORAXCSKISCKCi C. II., So. Ca. Malcolm I. Bkowkiko. A. F. RnowNixa. tlov 4 AUGU^USS^0"^TON (Formerly d th...

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. — 7 December 1872

TEE ORANGEBURG NEWS FlKAJfOIAL AM? DuSIStSS MaNAOKR. ttttivinl PUpcr of tlic State and of 4)i'Hiik<burg County. SATUKUAY, DEC. 7, 1878. -"-???-? Ouk comments upon ilie Times' most disgusting und revolting reiteration of fiendish tri itiiph over tin: terrifio calami ty of Boston, galled rho editor (?) of that untimely sheet, v.-y severely. He rovenges luin-clf by publishing in the hist issue of his pa; er, a slanderous, Inulicious, and wilftl li<-} in Baying that the predecessor of ti e present editor of! the NeW? was a'colored man. . Not that uny'hoio st avocation is de graded /nun its being filled by a colored Titian ; bu? as a nw.ttcr of simple truth, \ (the speaking of w hich, says this Times' J editor is a lcn?t of Christianity) such is J not the fact. w Belter for the !timcs would it be if its v editor were a decent colored man, who ^ undcrstoi d the rules of syntax and ry punctuation, of courtesy and taste. ^ *" Its columns would not thou be filled * with "grammatical ex...

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. — 7 December 1872

^ LOCAL. ?SATURDAY, DEC 7, 1872. All Advertisements must be handed to the Business Manager before Thursday Noon. "Epizootic cocktails" aro tlio latest. C. O. D.?These mystio letters were toxplaiucd by a datusol' tu mean "Call on _. _____ T. Kohu & Uro. say some important and interesting thiugs, in another col Ximn. Better read it at once. The Now Street is beautifully opened H \ip for travel, and is u great improve tacut to Ornngeburg, certaiuly. Adver tise your building lots on its lim in the JN4W8. Wo havo the start of Boston toow, you remetnber. COLD.?Friday of last week was the coldest day that has been experienced in theso parts for many winters. Water i'rozc in rooms iu which fire wasburnin; Butter, it is said, had to be chopped and ground. Christmas gifts announced already by J. Herman Wahlers. This is prema ture. Soe hia curd. The "Rural Caroliuiau," for Decem ber, hue been received, aud is a most Taluable number. Walker, Evans A Cogswell publish this able "Agricultural ...

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. — 7 December 1872

Copy of a Letter Written by our Pirviour Ji-sus Christ? to Found eighteen mile* frop Icouium. sixty-five years tHVcs our blessed Saviour, crucifixion: 11 imsniitied from the holy city by a convened .Jew; faithfully trans lated from the original Hebrew copy now in the possession of tbe Lady Cuba's f?niily,at McsopMamin. This letter was written by Jesus Christ and found uu der n groat stone?both round and large ?at tho f? ot of the cross, eighteen miles from Icouium, near a village called Me sopotamia. I'pmi the stone was written #?r engraved, Blessed is he ic/ie shall turn em over." People who saw it prayed to God ear nestly, and desired He would make known to them the great meaning of this writing; th it they might not attempt in vain to turn it over. In the meantime there came a little child six or seven years old, ami turned it over without any help or assisancc to the admiration oi the people who stood by. And under this stone was found this letter written by Jesus Christ which w...

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 December 1872

?" _1? ?3J -- TWO DOLLARS n:;i annum. 'XL i &od Ars: b our (H)triVi1|t. VOLUME c>. oottot?JkT.URDAY MORTsTTNO, DE?^?ii?ETt 14, 1872. SC? *r-r~.-~-:-r - ? " HI v*r ,0?*' ?a^^?{t<j wd riHir < ?* ? mmtfn NUMBER 44 f HE OF.ANGEB?R? NEWS PUBLtSTTET) % T ot* A.israTT: T*irT* o. Every Saturday 3I#t*iiiii?. - w ? ^ BY TIIF ^ItANGXTOTJlta NEWS fOMFANY TERMS OF S?BSCRir$Tf?2$. ?no Copy for onejarenr. ??.0n ?< ?? ?? Rix Month*._. 1.00 Any one Bonding TEN DOLLARS, for n TTInb of New Subscribers, will receive nn EXTRA COPY for ONE VEA R. freo of bharga. Any onn sending FlV K HOLLAHS. *r a Club of New Subscriber*. w*Hl rvnunfe in EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of charge. RA"ER OF ?ADVEP.TISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. Sl.'RO ?? " 2djj*^" ...^j^.......... 1.00 A Square coromfs of 10 lines Eruviev or one inch of AdvejjlWng spnoe/ Administrator* s^Noliccfo ........00 Kotices of I)ism'*s:il of G r. ipintns. Ad ministrators. ,?t?*|cur<?r?. ?,c...^O no Contract AdvcrtJ^emHlts insert...

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 December 1872

TWO DOLLAR? PER ANNl'M. J> _a ? ? - , r < -?--T W ? ' CJOD AM) OXTR 1 *ft*aa,i.f -T VOLUME ,n ^itot^ATURDAY MOMTNft, DEC ? -V,T .. I' ? 14 fl ?? 14, 1872. tftQa I ALWAYS IN ADyAHT?fm.?#m s ? Ii* NUMBER 44 f SPHE OMNGEBfflR? NEWS ?:o:_ PUBLtSTTED AT OT? A."N"0"R"R.tTRO Every Saturday llrtrnimr. ?RY TITF. OftANGETTOItfl NEWS COMPANY TERMS or srr.srnirTiox. ?nn Copy for onagyear. f?.nn ti it << ??;^ Month*. . I.oo Any one s<mdit>? TEN DOLLAR!*, for n Plnb of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of bhargf. Any one Rending FIVE DOLLAR^, *?r a Club oT New Subscribers, "ill rr-ei?ive en EXTRA COFY for SIX MONTHS, free of charge. RATHS OF ?AI>V V.RTTS1NO. 1 Square 1st Insertion. STT60 ? < ?? 2tlf**V . 1.00 A Square consisTs of 10 lines Evcviel' or one incb of AdvqjtWin?; Bpnue^. Administrator's. Nofn'es,( .?r> Of Notices of Dismissal ofTGmtrdians, Ad ministrator?. f?*?cutor?\ .te.*0 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upontho tnoBt 'liber...

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 December 1872

[PnoM TU AVQ?iTA Co.V.lTlTlTtoSALIST OF Dec IOtii.] THE CODE. - A Duel at Bund Bar Ferry Be tween two Kotath Carolinians ?Tw? 8hot? l in d-Nobody Hnrt. |^ The vicinity of.,Sand Bur Forry is be coming as famous, as a duelling ground, as was Bladoooburg, in tbe primitive days of the Republic. Parties in South Carolina and Georgia who resort to the code duello as tbe arbiter of private difficulties, have very generally oorae to look upon Sand Bar Ferry as tho proper place where the affair of honor should be settled. Duellists from this State meet ou the qthor side of the river, about a mile from the Ferry, while those from South Carolina have thoir rendez vous ou th?8 sid^e, somewhat nearer the water. wrt The patticul.ajjs. ef tho affair which was so happily settled without blood shed?bctwcon(two gontlemcn of Athens, tia.-? are fresh in the miuds of our readers. Wo have now to record anoth er, iu which, although shots wcro ex changed bctwppu tho parties, neither was wounded. . Our iufo...

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 December 1872

l.lJUJtft.'i-S-U?--1JJ~. ? -.',?!'-?-IS [fllOM TRI AUO?STA CoNSTIVtTIoSAtmT or Die. IOtii.] THE CODK. - ?\ *>?i*l ot Hand Bar Ferry Be tween two f*outn Carolin latin ?Two ?bot? Fl red-nobody The vicinity ofj ?and Jlar Forry is b#> j coming as famous as a duelling ground, aa was Bladonsburg, in tbe primitive days of the Republic. Parties io South Carolina end Georgia who retort to tbt j code duello as ibe arbiter of private \ difficulties, have very generally ooruo to look upou Saud Rar Ferry as the proper place where the affair of honor should be settled. Duellists from this State meet ou the other aido of the river, about a mile from the Ferry, while those trout South Caroliua havo their rendez vous on this sidii, somowhat nearer the water. y Thv. pai titular/, of tho affair which was so bnppily> settled without blood shed?betweon two gontlomcn of Athens, Ga.?are fresh in tho minds of our readers. We have now to record anoth er, iu which, although shots were ex changed bet...

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 December 1872

? LOd AL. 8ATURDAY, DEC 14, 1872. r t^Joi^-. ? .411 Advertisements must be handed to the Business Manager before Thursday Noon, _ Heading hrs a blind newsboy. Pnow Ham.s.?Each balling at the ^ Other; then eac'u bawling his o vn praise. k Potatoes are a oigar and a drink of m whiskoy per bushel st Davenport. L The hippoytnoais has attacked the W Farmers?they are ull sick of the horse tiisease. ?I?MI I "I" Howe*? Pump i? to be incorporated. ^That's right But don't call it Howe's Pump. Qire it a "local habitation aud u name." Call it Edisto, or or some thing else. Emanuel Ezekiel has just received a large and fresh btock of cutlery, funey k goods, perfumery, groceries, cto. Be F aides this he has a rplcudid display of .jewelry, and is still rccdy to repair and cloau watches. Our obligations are acknowledged to Dr. Olivcros for his littio remembrance^, Which Was au earnest of Christmas. The Doctor taken especial delight in exhibiting and explaining his stock of rare toys, games and amus...

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 December 1872

??- . ?- l?r?n LOG) AL. SATURDAY, DEC 14, 1872. All Advertisements must be handed to the Business Manager before Thursday Noon. Heuling hns a blind nowsboy. 8now Halls.?Each batting at tho other; than each bawling his own praise. Potatoes aro a cigar and a drink of whiskey per bushel at Davenport. The hippo?-monis has nttucked the tanners? .hey are all aick of tbe horse Uineaie. Howe's Puttip is to be incorporated That's right Hut don't call it Howe's Pump. Give it a "local habitation aud n name." Call it Edittto, or or houic thing else. Kmanucl Ezekiel has just received a large and fresh btook of cutlery, fancy goods, perfumery, groceries, etc. Be sides this be has a splendid display of ^jowelry, and is still reedy to repair and oleau watches. Our obligations are nckuowledgud to Dr. O'iiveros for his littio remembrance, Which Was au earnest of Christ mas. The Doctor taken especial delight in exhibiting and explaining his stock of rare toys, games and arousing things. "His iittle ro...

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. — 14 December 1872

In Door Cnines. N A T L' It A I, ItlSTOllT CA.MKS. Any number of persons, old and young eMi join in this amusement, und it can not be 'pi: ycd < nC tjuitu so easily as some. ?-taS iu>*t Porno one, who is ready begins the ?/time with a question something like i e fol'owiug. "What h ?9 two wings two logs, n backbone and a <BST' This ia'-a-y enough for tho youngest, and is quickly answered, -'A bird.', '?'I lieu nnothor wbo is ready, asks perh:ij)S, ''What has.no arms no lo^s but a head. :> tail ami a backbone 1" Answered, "A fish or a snake.' Another asks, "A backbone, ahead, n tail, lour 1- f:s und a trunk Answered, "An elophaut." "A backbone, a head, two legs, and many trunks ?" An-wercd,ttr.er much guessing, "A lady." '?What has a back, two arms and a tail, sometimes two), no legsnnd no head. "A c< at." &. / ?'What li\c.-> iiiul gets along with no bead, tm lej'.s. no wings, no arms ana no backbone?" "A worm." What has two horns aud nothing else*' "A dih-muut^ ...

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. — 14 December 1872

In Door Games. NATURAL ttfcSTOUT (JAMES. Any number of persons, old and young en join i.i litis amusement, nnd it can not be 'jd. ycd < nt* quite no easily ns t0T ?32s Some one, who iy ready begins (he '.rnme with n question something like i e fol'owing. "What his two wings two legs, n backbone nnd a iftf This isea-y enough for the youngest, mid is quickly answered, aA bi.-d.', '?Iben nimmer who is ready, asks perh.ips, ''What lias up nrms' no legs but a head, n tail and a" backbone V Answered, 'A n>h or a snake.' Another tusk*, '-A bnokbone, ahead, n tail, lour hps nnd ti trunk Answered, ??An elephant." "A backbone, a bead, two legs, aud many trunks An-wered, nfter much guessing, "A lady." '?What bus a back, two arms and a tail, sometime.*; two), no legsnnd no bead, ??Ac.ni." Jrr>:?L ''What live.-, und gets along with no bead, mi logaj no wings, no arms aud no backbone?" "A worm." What has twohornsand uotbing else'' "A dilemma^ "Two t l.-iw.^TjTght logs, no head but a tail...

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 December 1872

. ?_i_c _ j_? ?; 'lurr TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. )? (ioi) ^vt>ti) o.un ooiJNrr inr. VOLUME 6. SATURDAY MORNlN?, DECEMBER 21, 1872. -{ ALWAYS IN ADVANCE NUMBFU 45 IHE OR?NGEBURG NEWS ?:o:?' PUBLISHED AT Every Saturday Morning. BY THE OttANGEBUR? NEWS COMPANY ?:o:? TERMS OP S?HSCRIPTION. Ob? Copy for one year. $2.00 " ?? " Six Months. 1.00 Any one" sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Clnb of Now Subscribers, will recctvo an fcXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any ono sending FIVE DOLLARS, ?r a Club of New Subscribers, will receive an F.XTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of charge. ?:o:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.o0 ?? ? 2d " . l.OO A Square consists of 10 lines Ilrcvicr of ?no inch of Advertising space. Adrainistrito>-'b Notices, .r....$6 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ir.lnistrators, Executors, kc....Sff 00 Contract Advertiscmcnis inserted upon Hie most liberal terms. -r-:o:~ . MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, bot exceeding ono Square, inserted without charg...

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 December 1872

'? ? .1? ? .? -? Miles of Silver. A Utter from Caribou, Colorado, has tili? ruining gossip : "The grandest cntcrprifc of tins gold and silver region is the 'Caribou ui'no,' located about mg lit bundled yards west of the lown^tnn alt it m>o of ten thou sand feet above tide water. It is'uni versally conceded by experienced miners to be the richest and hist paying silver mitte' in proportit n to its development of which we have tiny record. On the surfuoc it extends one thousand four hundred leet, for which a govcrnmont title has been obtained. There are eleu en shafts, aggregating ovor ono thou sand feet, the deepest of which is ono hundred and ninety feet from tho sur face The mine contains ten levels ag gregating nut lar from one thousand tbicft hundred fer-t, width ofereviee from Fcven to nine feet, with smooth and well-defined walls. Tins extraordinary silver ledge is im bedded in a mountain of syenite, but the vein is so pet fett.that mining opera tions are carried on at a rap...

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 December 1872

LOOALi SATURDAY, DEO 21, 1372. All Advertisements must be handed to the Business Manager before Thursday Noon. Colorado applies to b ? admitted as u State. W. T. Mulltr, publishes a little ad dress iu another column. Iiis excellency Oov. Moses, bus ap pointed E. T. R. Smouk, Esq'j of this County, Notary Public. Vestiges of tho "beautiful suow" bo aid be seen even on Monday morning. Where are wc drijtitig ? Messrs. Kohu & Uro. wish our good people a Merry Christmas und make Sonic suggCBtiou iu ?nothur coltlmn. Mtt. L. IIAVNE Ct;I.LEU, a well known resident of this County, died at his ho ne, oo December 15th, 1ST2. 11c WaS a good soldier in tho late war, and a good citizen since. Confirmed.?Tbc Senate has c in firmed the appointment of Judge T. C Andrews County Treasurer of Orango burg County, and of W. UL Rcedish *Tria! Justice. Docs every one ktiov that next Wednesday is Chritmas ? A very uo 'ceptablc present to your sweet heart is a picture of yourself, if you cant givo ?yourse...

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 December 1872

LO (3 AL. SATURDAY, DKO 21, 1872. All Advertisements must be handed to the Business Manager before Thursday Noon. Colorado applies to b ? admitted as a State. W. T. Muller, publishes a little ad dress in another column. Ilia excellency Gov. Morles, uns ap pointed E. T. R. Smoak, Eon/, of this County, Notary Public. Vestiges of tho ,lbeautit'al euow" Oonld be seen oven on Monday morning. Wh ere are vre drift tng ? Messrs. Kohu & Bro. wish our good people a Merry Christmas ami make tome auggestiou iu nnother column. Ma. L. IlAYNE CULLBU, a well knowu resident of this Cuunty, died at his home, on December 15th, 1872. lie Was" a good .soldier in the late war, and a good citizen since. Confirmed.?Tbc Senate has on firmed the appointment of judgc T. C Andrews County Treasurer of Orange? \mrg Coonty, and of W. 11. Rccdish Trial Justice. Docs every one krtow that next uesduy is Chritmaa ? A very ue ceptablc present to your sweet heart is a picture of yourself, if you oant give ^yoursolf...

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 December 1872

THE? i?VKKS. UUt. i IN DIFFER I-NT M ODS tVKD Tl'.NSKS, !??? Tiki ..ete.".~ Sully Suiter, w:i" a y<>uii? leather who laugh*, And In r fi ivrWflfUftitl?}"? t'hureh, was n I ri aclretww-iutpraoiJii : I Although his?Q}cuMia* .called him a scrccch er wlnrweAs^htiij - ??*e?jA .f.tiM ? .. j UN heart, when lie si.w licr, kopt sinking. nml -unk. j And Iiis eye. meeting hern, kept winko" and "Wy-Qlja^ra ja While she, iAht r lu'i n, fell fo! MS hiking, on d tttunk. i'T?d R ; f? He hastened fl*)'Sv?M> her, nml sweetly he For his lore a mountain il ^ grewed; Bfcnd what he wus^longing to do then ho dord. In seeret he wantedMlipeafc, and he spoke. To Beek with his lips what his heart lmghnd sokej0#lf ? fc 80 he manured to l-.i-the U ntil leak, au<l it lefte. .I?a !Lw hot ? He asked her tu vide to the church, and thov roda; ,.efl f \ , Thor so W.JKtly did glide, that they both * ?irayt^tU-1'' And they .? nftie lu ihe plate to l>e tied, and wet* to Io. Then homeward, he said, let us ...

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 December 1872

THE LOYlTtS. IN Dii Fi:r.: \t m otts \ni> TENSES, ? ?*??. ? Sully Salter, xln< was a fojtug teacher whi tntigh?, And In r f? H.tj4;':(Mmrlvy < lunch, was a J !?' Oclrtj|?wliitpiMii|;lit ; Although his#cfcwiii*i.i' ?Hol him a screech t-r r. hi> noSkiifrht. Mm***. . His heart. when he saw her, kopt linking, ami -inik, And bia ryi'. meeting In is, kept winking a mi wjggta While she. iA Im r tain, Toll In thinking, nml Ihunk. ?'TS .X j ? ,? He hastened .1? woo her, ami sweetly he wooed.. . . Tor his lore eictv until ft mountain it ^ grewed : Mind ?hat he wus^lung:iig to dn then ho doeil. ??1A P KY\] In *reret he wnnte/f Itl lipenk, and he spoke. To Beek with his ?hat his heart I'jng hft?1 ?okoia-j K . Hohe amnegpil to Ut-lhc truth leak, and it Jwke. .hu? l.*r r He snked her to vide to the church, ami they rode; , ? \ They ?0 *j- rtctly did glide, that they both Haiti tliev g"mn,<l. '' ' Ami the_v>?< i?rn.e 10 'l'p plate to 1>e tied, and were to le. A t , Then hom...

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 December 1872

TAX NOTICE. OFFICE OF CJOUNTY TREASURE R, oranokburo Cot" ntt, CARandebdao S. C, December 27tli, 1871!. Notice is hereby gircn that-my books are now open for the collection of Taxes, at my Office in Orangeburg as follow*: To meet appropriations for the fiscnl year commencing Norember 1st, lsT'ii fivo (5) Mills on a dollar. For payment of l>eficicncefl for tho fiscal year ending October 31st, 1872, five (5) Mills on a dollar. For support of tlic Free Schools, two (2) Mills on a dollar. For County^purpose?, tbrco (3) M* Is on a dollar. ALSO. County Scopol District Assessments as follows : For Amelia Township?two aud a half (2 J) Mills on a dollar. For Eranchville Township?two (2) M ills on a dollar. For Caw Caw Township?ono and a half (1]) MiLls on a dollar. For Cow Cistlc Township?two(2i Mills on a dollar. For Edisto Township?one, and a half (U) Mills on a dollar. For Elizabeth Township?ouc (1; Mill on a dollar. For tLopdhys Township?one (\) Mill on n dollar. For Ooodlaud Tuwuship...

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