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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 28 December 1872
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 December 1872
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. — 28 December 1872

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS CUKORG.E BOXIYEK, Financial and Businbss Manaoeii. Official Paper of the State und or Oran gobii Tg County. SATURDAY, DEC. 28, 18;2. THE OLD YEAH. "We take no note of time But from its lo?s. To give it. then, n tonguo la well in man." Rolled up with its record, another year-book is about to close. Retro spect and resolution are the natural ?m< tions of the hour. Auothcr of the long Btrge* of etch life is passt d. What ?re its memories for each ! Smooth de cline, and toilsome ascent have varied its passage, and every phase uf weather has besot the traveller. Sunshine and storm alternate iu each chapter of every life. Prospcjity has pmilcd and mislortune haB lowcrcd. Koch has had his share of botb. Loks and gain have cunipcn sated, and the bulaucc is (struck, lie trospeetion uiuy bu sad or pleasant, but It is natural and profitable. Errors passed may be avoided in the future. Reform is a constant duty. Now rose utiooft for amendment and for higher aspiration are...

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. — 28 December 1872

THE 0?AN6EBURG NEWS ?.JKORC.JE UOI.IYI.U, FtNAKClAL AND BbSlNB.83 MaMAOKR. Official Paper of the State and ?r OKojngebnrff County. SATURDAY, DEC. 28, 1872. THE OLD YEAR, ???We take no note of time But from it* lo??a. To give it. then, a tongue la \rell in man." Rolled, up with its record, another year-hook is about to close. Retro spect end resolution nre the natural ?rmtions of the hour. Another of the long.steles of each life is passed. What nre its memories for each ! Smooth de cline, and toilsome ascent have varied its passage, and. every phase of weather has besot the traveller. Sunshine and storm alternule iu euch chapter of cvury life. Prosperity has smiled uud niislortuno has lowered. Koch has had his share vi loth. .I*os8 and guiu have compen sated, and the buluuce is struck. Ro Inspection may be sad or pie-aunt, but it is natural and profitable. Errors passed may be avoided in the future. Reform is a constant duty. Nevr rcao* ations for ameudmout and for higher aspiration ...

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. — 28 December 1872

T!u? Unit im ore Itubtryr Demonstrates t hc^V' -Jnhraf '?Ar.r4??> ?H?0ftl vfM. oil t ?? s h i''^^tJ^.J^f^ |\'^r*|u| <I? j '??('lilil. s. UfQ the lenirui'i.ms \o burglary.* franker* may provldi watchmen, and may US? other s:il>^.turda. \mi Jr^frVV" Pu< I their motov in ihej ^ffl^f^jLf. I'V**'. trust in K liii "J- Wooden hex. no mailer how many guards are used. The s:ifc, after all is the last > espee,table. N<. .yiiount of watoll ing or ^M,u'?hin: wiil ever litnl^aipyet ftJd ityle ?ttf?)trustworthy. Tit's is the citadel, and should be the best that cau bu made. Tue?? is itu r one i^ Hi Kos. 2?l und "Jr'2 Broadway, cornerMurray sirret. Oujp ^Jki^i^tu^tei^^f^l^rring s safe. New Tnt'-i^. J t Messrs Walser, KvT C!i ".rlustou S. C not 5 "bge4ell*-Agout?. tf 3#d&^iffjlwsc,iu-rii,s,! <i1" Uu-e/H'S^RCCELVl'I) a fresh slinniy of FhffllldNM? 70? /T FlNi: t'.vV'1'^. CHINA WAKK. Large and Small FANCY BASKETS, it AISONS, ^KJ^KS, &c , &c. j.i ud, du v Also FRawTfT'...

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. — 28 December 1872

Tho IKaltitnorc Jtnbery ITemenfttrate* ihoQ/:-t.?Ur?trtir r<g'i-? ?.he;'i> Vife?, olH t.isMi..i5^^^J^sjB\<^??^ to, he time*, uro the ti r.,-'-. i p;n "r> LurghlTyv BfUikers may provWs ?vui.'i .ivn, nnd may U*a other -?.ii"r};.i:.!??!?. iluk"f ^^VV'.V"' I their nicii<y in the] ^ff\'Jf>t'| f p^-'Wet, 01 fruit in a lit. <>r wooden bVx. uo matter how many guards aro u**d. Ti>?> safe, after all id the lust fcespeotftbtf^ So ..^.munt of wntoh ing or j^toj??h(ij: will over in iko^poer <jld efyle ?afo.tru?t worthy. TIi'j? la lue citadel, end *hnuld be the bsst thatjwa be made. No*, s?l h ml 2f>2 Broadway, comerNurray turret. On||- ^mu^a^u^a of Herring s flJr?J^Jife.? M.-ss-.s Wnlftr!K\'Tr#J*l**g?4t Agent?. Charluxtoti 3. C. oot 5 tf 10rfJ^tff.ti>t>IW'o5ju.r8'-S,>: Ca., CHINA YYAKK. "Urge und Small FANCY BASKETS, HAiSONS, Also i'l.a^lT^l?AI?. nlwajB on linud, rm! i.'.i.-ifl. jcrfi-av CU.--'??!??<?:?? av.?r> d?y at their '!<>o?;. I In 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. — 4 January 1873

?7 rattaelmra TWO DOLLARS DER ANNUM, y GOD -A.TST? OUR COUNTRY. ?( ALWAYS IN ADVA?O? VOLUME 6. SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 4, 1873. NUMBER 0 f he orangeb?rg NEWS rvfytstiEb At Every Saturday Morning. fcV Tltt OftA??l^te^ Hfe^S COMPANY TERMS, OP'.SUHSCJUrTTON. tone Copy for one ye*r.;. $2.00 i* " . " Six Months. .... 1.00 Any one pending TEN DOLLARS, for a Clnb of New Bobscnhors, will receive an EXTRA COPY for QNE YEAR, free of ?barge. Any ono sending FIVE DOLLARS, ?r a Club af New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for BIX MONTHS, free of ?barge. f ?*:o:? RATES OF ADVERTlStNO. t Square, .lei ]taaertioty...<. $1.ft0 u ?M ??Oi.;M?..iiiit<.i. 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Drcvier or %ne lach of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, .......<.#.,.?....$6 00 Katieet of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Ei cutors, Ac.......$9 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the tatst liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, Itet exceeding one Square, inserted with...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 4 January 1873

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS vi?ORvSii: noi.irr.it, Financial and Hvsinks1; Managt.?. sSV Oiliciitl mmmtik- <>L the State nml BAT^fflJU vyAN.? 4, , THE OlPIS(R^ *l The (MftrtHwitu News is t|o &SJ ciaipnpdfrftjplfc?. ,ate. awl County. That ta&MMrtViiuJoai&aJjaJinn..busts and grcuiffiajrTOtaffiWnhot be deuied. Not onJj^g*tiV-3 nicans'of "continuance Und pcrjBUj^QC afforded, but official and lcgaJAnotices ore found in our ' col umns, vrHohU'ure of import mcu and in terest toijtM^'fiAiubiUiut of-this Coun ty. ThlS?ci'is^tatcd bore, not in a * . .?filaasiTt ? ?P1"' .4fi|i?f??r?'Pr t,mnildt, but as" n gnaran^^bat jtbia journal will live and will be*"^?Wo.te:; every-business man and fa^r*lh4ifce Coun'y. This ahme, is a 8uniTic^t'ir?fu*?c?rricnt for every citi zen to patrniii/o and pupport this p iper. But'.the jN-KWk claims an nidi r and ?trongelWinld up.Qn.ibjs people lvep%bMeanr' when . to be . such was cot)Bid?K?c6tfeej in *hw Stato by certain of oua^ncSpfe1^ Xtl-fitiblican, no...

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. — 4 January 1873

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS ???? tt 'p ' i ....... .. . .I . GFOKGi: IIOLIVI.K, FlNl.n. AM) I'm in....- MaNAGSR. Official OMIVMk* o& the Slate nmi THE ?lfeij^^ ?The (MfcttWRfl,is $o 5ffi| cial' pai'A^M* aiatav?tuto, and County That thfa^W>(jl?f!?i!?f?}ourbu4.ti Jim? .besisj and greur^aftfftttglfWn'not be dcuied. Not onHA^j means of conti nunnflc ftnd pcrja^flflfjeo.,uiTorded, but oflieml and legitlftiiitiefiS<ore found in our c'of ttmnsf \i*Wofil>?xe of import'uce and in terest t(^WWy7in^abitaiilt of ..this Coun ty. Th^l^* nictated here, not in a. Spirit 0ti?t?Mj?jPr triumph, but as* a guaranj^tihat this journal will live und Will betRmAife.tjfci.tYerj-bushyss man and farl?W^Ih'We County. Jh is alouo. is a suthcic nt for every eiti *en toJkoAronizc find Mlpport tliis paper. ButdfcftWtm^vs v\fNPa a" 0,lKr an^ atrongelWinld.upQn^Ujs people lxcrflftftcsn^whcu jto . he. auch was considWc?'SaWth this Slate hy certain of 0U^Jg|^^^^np?bli'cau, uoW, when it is ^8'ieull to Jcfine the po...

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. — 4 January 1873

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS ?.l OKl. i nOLIVER, FINANCIAL and ?UBIKsSS MaNAGRR. Official m*fm* <>Lthe Slate mid 4, 1823.? ?The dH<Mli(WRtff is t^JWf cial' papAPUP Ifaer.attate, and County. That thit^^etaVieojourhuda Jlrm^jtyisis, mod grc j^jSWWMg^'Vnn'uot be denied. Not ol*fej2^*?! means of ? continuance f*nd pc>aBift||J%;^rordi:d, but olhV'nl and lcguifa*??*/*, found M? our cd UiuDs, w^BMtr/age of import iuco and in terest to^WlSy 'it&iabita?t of ..this (Jouq tv.. TfaKJSol unitttoYl here, i?ot in ti ?TOrii.nf|b^|OT||j|jnr triumph but US a gunranfcfc.that this journal will live and "?ill belMMiaMQ,tai,ftVery-b4i3iiysi} man and fajjWr*tpqfne County. This ahm?., ia a sumemfft flRf??ehlcnt for every citi ten to Jja^p^n ale and support this paper. But,tho .Zsr-K\VK claims an older and ?tronge?*nIdtaiwPithwi people. l\ejfH*H<J*ttyZ '?vliea'jto be . aycli was cousiuW&^tW^th- fh i*. Slate by certain of ouyp>e8p!e>^ Ifi'p?blican, tioW, when it ta gjjpyjilt ^^douuc the p...

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. — 4 January 1873

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS (?GOftbi: ?OLIYKH, Financial am? Hr um Manager. Offlcial ?MatH?iol the Slutc nnd TU E 0 The <Mri?^r^ -Nsw-s $ $o ofly cial' pnpfltfp ?bwvJMule. aud That th4^gft<bw?fHf>'' journal.n JIrni ba - and grc?r^aVKWM^ifVh'nnot be denied. Not on& "leans of continuance and roriBiittf[iri''." -<r-"-1-1 tut official and lcgaJioatiueB arc found tu our 'col umns, irfWA?ttKa of import lucu and iu tercst t<^l?Ki*) 'SrVhubitaot of cthis Uoun tj7. Th^|J|ci*i^thtcd here, not in a apirih."ffrbjfyfl|)g ftJ"r triumph, but as a guaranfe*^\fgt.,tuia journal will live and will bef*?bai>JEo.tQ. every bushu-ss man and fafliWlh^ne County. This is a sutRcicjit'u'fdUconioiit for every oiti Son to|Ki^roiii<te and support tliis paper. ^utAhl?Aa^^VH duinis an older and ?trongel^iold upon,1bis people. JL\e]MRtH?iB^Z'trhcul:to be ? such w.is coiihid^rc%^(MfHrh <his Statu by o< rtnin of oua^jicSpic\ Republican, now, wheu it is j^ilicuU In define the position of those w...

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. — 4 January 1873

SATTJj^, dA^S. 4, 1ST3. All Aavertis?inonts mtist be hatred to tlie Business Manager before Thursday Noon. Tho ^editor of the Tiutct, failing to provo hi#J point, quit* the field, dodges out and puts dp Clyile in Iiis blaue. Wo decline Igagcupt t?c substitute. Clyde'JI letter is very gruiuni itical und weil punetdated and in delicious contrast with tho article that follows. Having JhHjid to tunic hint editor of tho Kr^'s, the TYwim had tetter hiake Clydo k regular correspondent ^f that untiinoly bonberiM* it Would1 lie quite an improved Ineni. ^ -eft Wo ,-nevcr sec the half of our ex changes any more. Is the iuiilt with tha mail agents, tho 1\st-Mus er* or bur ooMtcntporurics'/ We intend to in -. u Vostigatc. Dr.j^a J. Oliveron, the old, reliable l)rugglst calls attcutiou to his large aud Varied stock, A seasonable announcement is made in a pleasing way by Thcadore Kuhn & iiro. -in,Uiis issue. We Call especial attention id readers to thfc -advertisement of laud offered for aale ...

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. — 4 January 1873

SATU^IAAY, JAN. 4, lS73. AU iSitivertis?meiits must be hatred to tlie Business Manager before Thursday Noon. Tho 'editor of the 7V//t<*#, failing to provo bin iioint, (juits tbe field, dodges out and puts ?p Clyde in Iiis [lluce. We decline t> accept the substitute. Clydej? letter is very grauiui itic:il nnd weffpunctuated and in dolieious contrast with tbo article that follows. Having tidied to unite him editor of the Kk^'h, the Timm had letter tnnke Clyde fc regular correspondent ?d" tllat untimoly bonccrna/ It Would lie (ptitb an improves lnent. ?* -ml ill ?-? ? We never auti the ha If of our ex. bhangos any more. Is the lauli with the mail '?genta, the Pmt Masers or bur conteuip'>r~ries'/ We intend to in vostigatc. Dr. K. J. Oliveros, the old. reliable DrUggMt call? attcntiou to his large and Varied stock. A seasonable announcement is made' in a pleasing way by Theadore Kohu & Pro. in Ibis issue. We call especial attention of readers to the advertisement of land off...

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. — 4 January 1873

An African Cooking St ovo. It !? of oar dear little housekeepers, says tbo Hearth ttml Horn* wBBpi|T( to proparc for tho fsble wtjLJBfflB morsels as ;io elo phsni's trom^jtnq feet, or tbo foot of a hippopc<?&%li^^lltRI|Wy may liko to know bow* ^WV 'ATflfrfwV, who consider these thhW'aa11 Wv fUMtv articles of food, manage to- euofe them. Ton JDuy JtenftPF0 tn? Africans have ?s? oookiay.rtrnrm,** Ukc tlloso ?n whicB^ettt diavereiaee aoukad. ?They bat? nn -oriUrely^BiglnsiWnveutiou of their oW^ ^Mu/aearc.M When, a' jR<>J^/ n^Bn!t? prepare the tesspting deliejyrica we have named, he Aign in ?$?? gJtPtftM??ntn?i?)d bide, about four fee* ih diaen?ten,ivita perpeudiculnr ?ides, liko a well. - In this hole be fclndk'?> nnu keeps burning for four Boors, n fiercely!tiolfi>c. At the cud of thin time ^t hp 8i^8 small well will be n*?l But, and tbo bottom will be eovered with a> naaea oV glowing embers. Directly ""updB ttTOTH?coals tho cook plana? thnflAllfTft^l^' Pr0" Tfln...

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. — 4 January 1873

In African Cooking Stove. It ia ay of our dorir little bou??ke?rM.i st Says tbo Hearth and Home trill CJWinbWvc to proparc for tho Cable sucat -ayflgfl ?joreels as an ele phaut's trans anTfeet, or tbo f?*et of a kipDoprtn&aavT^ifin: :nay like to know how' ?tWP JAffl?awM, who consider 8he*o thirW'*?* : vory ' Anility articles of _ n> Vd?.esT?diTTk ?w food, manage to- suok them. Ton aauy ^JftPfe .the Africans have ?? cooking a*tyro:nar jTjnpge* tt? tli08e ?n wbick-^ouf dinners.'are couked. They kuve an entirely ^'figfrMtlnnveution of tkair ow^T When, a 'fgo)^/ ^V'prepare the tempting dtUcajr^ , wc Vvo uauicd, he dig* in ajis gjcouiMli*a r ?nd hule, about four feet, in diasmtcr^wttk perpeudieulnr sides, ilka a well. In this holo he kindlc?> and' keeps burning for four noura, a fiercely h'ol fire. At the cud of this tinje,thp Bl^s small well will ka nan But, aud tho bottom will be eovered with a maps o5p glowing embers. Directly ?p?tt' "flt?TO ccals tho cook places thabaAWqMk,...

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. — 4 January 1873

An African Cooking Stove, It H gjMttftS,^^^ Httle houanknepora, says tbe Hearth and Horn* *WW)tt4feTC to proparc Tor the table '^^JOBB uioraela as an < le phaut'e I rank ami feet, or tho foot of a bippopc<?fc4rXT'lftHl|B4^ ^hfty like to know bow* ^tHP^IffrltoJaw, who consider ?beae thirWs^?^e/i fiaWty articles of food, manage^ ao/jk tbcj?. Yon may Jfjfer?? t,l<5.Africans have ?*> cooking ItfMiraasWtWgge? U*e those ?n whicaV*a?t dinner***? fieakod. They have an -Cdiiifely^gigpnn'isjayeutioa of tbeir ov#^. ?WftfWfnll ^ ^*5? $? J*|y tUaV #r*par" the digs in gie gaPvisAa^riuwd hide, about four faMnb ^aanatnnpvsali perpeudiculnr ?ides, like a welk In this hole he adndka, and keeps burning for four ftours, a fiercelytJot?n. At the end of tbia tit^e^thjC ajd^a e/jjhsj snjall woll.will ba mi lot, and tho bottom will be nnvered ' with a aaaan ofr glowing embers. Directly ?pdll?ttitfTO?coals the cook teoted by ^^^Tnrfk^Sugh Jtfns, will Ml bum. He then, cawtcrs the top oi t-M Wj'W ...

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. — 4 January 1873

An African Cooking Stove. It is oar cta.0 little housekeepers, says tbo Ifnirth and Mom** wMS^skevre *? proparo Tor the Cable bq^PmE&B morsels ss an vie phaut'a trank ?ua feet, or tbo feet of a kipr^pc^aa^^RTlKy may like to know bow' 'rW^MItlieflsJ, who cousiJir theee thmga*?T vorySaluty articles o. food, manage to- ?o?k thc.in> Tou nauy J^^af c the Africaus have m cooking ^flaWaW??ogea ljke those en whiefc4?*# sKuneisuswe hashed. Thoy have an "*#rittlr%l|PffiigiUl??nvention of their ow^f? m**B**v,H Wheat, ^' "fecj^,n^n** p>eparo the - tempting ^q^sj|sf^e:^ ho - dig* i? ^a gXoiBssJhT^^d hole, about four feet 'ih dijanatcn, with porpeudiculnr tides, IHC a ff?!!.' 'In this hole he kindles* and keeps burning for four ?cure, a fiercelyfJoCfilrfl. At the cud of this tiu^thc shjgs efjha small welLwill he eed Hot, and the bottom will be covered "with ? rnaea RHU wing embers, coals rho cook ?, which, pro ugh skins, will Directly ? places the teeted by act he an. ef gieeVMotffowtTN...

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. — 11 January 1873

TWO DOLLARS i*Kit ANNUM, y volume g. ?V Itili GOD .VTsT I) OUR COUNTUY. ?{ ALWAYS IN ADVANCK SATURDAY MORNINf. JANUARY 11, 1873. NUMBER 48 Anal . wn THE ORANGrSBURf} NEWS rCBLTSITTtif) A T ErOry S;tiurd?y Morning, in- tu* ORASfiERURG NEWS COMPANY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ?no Cepy for on* . $2.00 ? " " Six Months. 1.00 Any one snndin^ TE^ DOLLARS, for a Clnb of Now Subscribers, will receive nri F.XTRA COPT for OXK YEAI?. free of eharge. Any one sanding FIVV. HOLLAHS, s Club ef Now Subscribers, will receive hn EXTRA COPY" for ST*'MONTHS, free o'4 cnarjje. . RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. Si.HO " 2tt M. 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or tone inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices.t.$.r> 00 "Notices of-.Dismissal of Ovmrilians, Ad ministrators, Executors, &c.$!> 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. MARRTAGK and FUN'F.F.AT. NOTICES, hot exoecdiug one Square, itnVdrtbd without charge. ?:n:? 86T Terms C.asli in tlya...

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. — 11 January 1873

A IttUcr Fact. HOW A PROMINENT BUSINESS MAN WENT TO RUIN. It is brit a few yours since, says the Chicago Journal, that tho huuso of Ben nett 1'iotera ?& (Cp.j wholesale liquor dealers, nod proprietors of tho "Bed Jacket Bitters," stood high among our beatrkiiuwii, most enterprising ;>ud re apousiblo firms. Iu almost every paper of the, country advertisemouta were to be seen. Mr. Phters was a man ol fine tbiii-tics, and besides being shrewd aim Successful in business, he was possessed of superior scholarly attainments. His home was among tho most elegant and refined in tho city, adorned in the most chaste and beautiful manner, and grace fully presided over by hid wife an esti mable accomplished lady. Whi'c in the full tido of prosperity, with wealth pour ing in upon mm,'Peters fell, lie could not resist tho temptation offered by the demon concealed beneath the rosy hue of the wine cup, and his imagination was heightened and his brain exhilarated by the sparkling Champagne of h...

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. — 11 January 1873

L O O -A. -L . SATURDAY, JAN. 11, 1873. The editor of tho Times, after submit ting to insult upon iusult throwu i uto his teeth, at lust, in hie last issue, retorts by whut is less ou insult tlun a beggarly plea for his inaction. We however demanded satisfaction, he decliued to accept the challenge. lie afterwards declined to roibr my friend to one of his, in order to Kittle it in any way he tuight choose. In "eld times" this conduct would M have been followed by "posting." "O 1 Dogonerate Time*.' If things were reversed, aud we f-tood in the position of this man of the Times, wo would claim that we should bo let alone iu ejj pity. See advert Ueuieut of W 1' Colson IIu wants good (??trponters. Also duai ruble property for sale at Howe's Pump. Rafki.k.?A li ie horse and new double-seated b?^gj is to bo rafflu'd at Lewisville, January 1 Sth. See card id Kussel! Wilsou. AiroiMMhNT.? His excellency Gov ernor Moses lias appointed Augu.-tus 11. KuQwlton, Esq., of this County, N >t? ry ...

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