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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 11 January 1873

tau*.- -s-1? Bow'to rik Cut nWIfe. .2 ?<>.?? BY JOSH HTLI.INUS. I up -i t i ; > S Find s gir) (bot; \% 19 years old last May, about' the right height, with a blue eye, and dark brown hair and white teeth. Let the girl be good to look nt, not too phond of tnusik, a linn disbeliever in goats, nud one oj^six pbildrcn in the f.^ini Look woll fo the- character of her fath er; see that 1 is not the member of any club, don't bet on olekshuns, nud git? shaved at least 3 tiu es a week. Find out all nboiit her niather, sets if she haz a heud ov good common sense, study well her likes and dislikes, eat some of her hum-made bread aud apple dumplms, notiss whothcr she abuses nil ov her nnborB,afdt her servants how long they hav lived thnre, nnd don't fail to obsorvo whether h 'rjdressos are last year's ones'fixt over. If you arc BntisGed , Chut the mother would muko the right kind ov a mother in law. yu knn safely konoludo that the dnntcr would make tho right sort of a wifo, After thcze...

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. — 18 January 1873

'? '_. f u - ami nr "i 1*1 til two, D?laus h:r annum. (. .30KAHO MA? A I i nit iri6 !????' t VOLUME 6. vi?/ ' > oifO x-rr-r-i-rripr-:-p?=^teayj-r-rn ? j J i;iu.*. ? ,:' : * ih n ?i.V.tf.i? -'1 i A.l'l j ?V/ COUNTRY. ?i mm ?iao'' ii#* SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1873. ?i i i4> T*Hf?n (m^oio TIT <{ always in 7^ NUMBER ?19 rtE ORANGEBUR'x NEWS ?:o:~? PC ULIS II KD AT CXR A.TsT GrTC3 UTl O Every Saturday Morning* '?? J^aUAafritMo BOi'toVi WlANGfimJRG NEWS COMPANY - ?it?t?j , ,w<,*uw TERMS OF SURHCRJI'TION. ? ?? Cspy Cor uiif yosr. $'J.OO ;?? " Six Months. 1.00 Any. ?n? sending THN DOLLARS, for it t.MnV^ff New Subscribe?, wilt receive an KXT?A COPY for ONB YF.AR, fro? o baorgc. Any ono sen<ling-*F1 VF.COLLARS. ?r'aifJlub of Now .Subscriber/", "?ill receire tin EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of L?:a, . . . V %:* Crates of apvrr'Bbsing.^ 1 fquare 1st Insertion......... $1.50 ?-*n 2d ?? . i.oo A Square oonsists of 10 lines Brcyier or bn? iaoh of Advertising space.' Adminis...

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. — 18 January 1873

j / net nr r.i;n KT two.^LJyvp/-en annum. |- aofl A.H0 MM 1 VOLUME (i. fT7, JmJ ! i ii* (ri ?--t-trrr; Xrr H-dtsz: GOt) A-TvTjD our country. ? . .# j r. <{ always in ' ?nil ?1 Jl?Tt ?IUv' SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1873. NUMBER 49 TEffi ORANGEBUR/} NETS ?:o:? PUBLISH KD AT OR ANGKBITRG Evpry Saturday Morning* ? ?T TDK OtlANGEBUnu NEWS 0O?PANY TttUMs op vMunscrui'Tioy. f)a? C?py for one yenr. $'J.OO ?? " <? Six Months. 1.00 Any one sandinjj THN DOLLARS1, for i. t.MnV*of Naw Suhscrihers, will receive an KXTRA COPY for ONK YKAIt, free o oharga.. Any ona Bontttng^lVE ?DOLLARS or ?..Club of Now Subscribers, will recede on EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTJIS, free of bharge... RATKS OF ADVKR.TISING. 1 Squai-o 1st fnsortion. $1.50 .? 2<l ". 1.00 A Square oonaintn of 10 Huch Bravier or 'mio lach of Advertising apnec. Adminiatrator'B Noticna.$."> 00 Netieee of Dismissal of Ouardinns, Ad ministrators, ftxecutnrR, Ac,.$w Do Contraat Advertisements iuacrted upon the most liberal tcrnm. ?:...

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. — 18 January 1873

THE OR ANGEBURG NEWS GEORGE ROLIVKR, Financial and Businrsb Mamaqkr. Official Paper or the State and of Oranienburg County. SATURDAY, JAN. IS, 1873. The -Judge of the Eighth Circuit The election For a Judgo to fill the place of Hon. James L. jOrr ha* trans pired. On Tuesday last the two branch es of the Jifjgislature, in joint assembly decided who should fill tins position; And wBo is it? We aro hashing up stale news to our readers. Doubtless it is universally known that Thompson II.. (Cooke, of Orangoburg, has boon elected Judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit ef this State. As to the fitness of Mr. Cookc for the duties of this high function, wo need say naught. Mr Cookc is well known, at least in this County. "Pruetico makes perfect" tuns the adage, and Mr. Cooke has been practicing law for "lo I these many years." This must have given him clear and defiuitcand thorough ideas of the important dutios of the office he now holds. Thompson II. Cookc has been a*good and faithful servant...

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. — 18 January 1873

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS GEORGE ROLIVER, Financial and Business Mamaqrr. Official Paper of the Stute nnd of Ornnjccburg- County. SATl I1RDAT, JAN. 18, 1873. The Judge of the Eighth Circuit ?? HStaMII ' .? k ? election For a Judgo to fill the plnco of Hon. James L. Orr has trans pired. Oq Tuesday last the two branch es of the-Legislature, in joint assomlly decided who should fill this position. And wBo * is it ?' \Ve aro hashing up stale news to our readers. Doubtless it is. universally known that Thompson II.. Cooko, of Ornngoburg, has boon elected Judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of this State. As to the fitness of Mr. C'ookc for the duties of this high function, wo need say naught. Mr Cooko is well known, at least in this County. "Practice makes perfect" tuns the adsgc, and Mr. Cooke has been practicing law for "lo I those many years." This must have givcuhini clear and dcGnitcand thorough ideas of the important dutios of the office he now holds. Thompson II. Cooko has been a good ...

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. — 18 January 1873

T, O O A L?_ 8ATURi)AY\ JAtf. 18, 1873, There will bo service at the Presbyte rian Chttreh to tuorroW dt the usu:il hour, bje the Rev. A Q. ilough. ? i ??a>ss?ans ' > <??" ~~ Tuxes. The time has beou extended for the payment of Taxes, without the penalty. As Ifi .how. long it will bo bef.?ro the penalty attaches, there id uo official in formation. T^eajr/To* f u*c the opportunity and et tig a^dKpay. Mr. >ftNaiiiaru ullbia hu large and handsome St ock at pfIces nclow cost for the next thirty dis*. Arrangements hnvc. hQeUjjnado fir th>? rush lfl|r.< J. Wallace Caution, one of our young enterprising merchants tells oi the igood things he has for sale. At Lightfoot's obi stand. \ A small firm, three quarter* of a mile from the Court House is offered fur sale Cond dwelling hous*, stables, Ac, and rare fruit trees thereon. See advertise ment of Z. M. Wolfe. Chinin-- out to make room. This i 9, < ..rc ......... . , . , . , always the period to make barg.-iitn. Mr. Vinc...

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. — 18 January 1873

Ankles. Tin re's nntsio in a hull's Toot, Aud well the Iailics know ii ; Amt slio wlio bus u pretty 0110 Is pretty sine to chow it; At tMAN yen, too, tiro in nityred by The liiert little a ikle, That shoots na arrow through the ev?, WiU?TJy4WI?t?to^>akit.j >? v ? ??? But when it trips along the streots, Tlorough whyfe umbmud, und vapor, By^,tmfSA.,tTybCtii tevs^I How boautifui the taper; Aul its it stops upon the walk* Amid the crowd to mingle, Two roguish oycslook up aud say, 1 wonder it he's single? <ar Jokes lte-'f old itfj^.i- . I dtfe story wlii.it, it is said jlflSfLbas related ol' a man who, wout into an inn and asked Hh? n glua* of drifttfrotn the hi; dl ad, who pu.'t jd fot ward a 'vino ^):i>s about half t'lie usual size?tho tea cups aNo iu thut day were not iflbfe tlmn halt'tho present sir.c Tho l.indlord said: 'Thajt gJaflSOUt of which you n'redrink rty years old.' ^^Tcll,*'Bnid the thirety traveler, con e.'w, ?iVa autr? ,. . . . tejiip Utting lbs ilinnnutivo ...

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. — 18 January 1873

Auk los There's music in a lady's fool. And well the ladies know it ; And she who has it pretty ono Is pretty sure, to show It; At times you, too, nee in artyred by TJ^jiiccst little ankle, Thnt shoots tin arrow through the eye, Wi?lM*W*B?M.t? y.nMc. V ? 9 But when it trips along the streets, Through_wju<k iitidwiiud, und vapor, ByabtfrW^ofiW^tfi 18V Vow buuulifid tho taper; And an it steps upon the walk. Amid the crowd to mingle, Two fogui&h oycslook up aud say, i wonder it* he's single? "is dire story which, it is said \\?Bfi<na&t0&^bas related of a man who, w'etjt.into ail inn and asked for a glass id' drjj?tftjom the la; d. :id, who pufctljd foi w?rd-a Yiiue gluts about half fhe usual sifte-f-lud1 tea cups also iu that day were not more than half tho present siy.e The. landlord said: lTh;\t glass out of which you tire drink in- is forty years old.' 'Well,' said the thirsty traveler, eon ??-??'f. nVa aatTi . . tciuplat in;: its di in in ut tvo proportions, ,Llht...

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. — 25 January 1873

ftt ?? hi toil * m ' IT UIH ?,<; > .Zt Ut*?> * n?i t : ? J ja ? ? i.i i- 1/A TWO DOLLARS l'KR ANNUM. ) SATURDAY MORNING} JANUARY 25, NUMBER 50 >? T?U b?fl i 1J ~*.-o'i? .^u,:::;/r/?7:/Av//;/) at ?VAt* A G TR 3 IT R Gr EVwy Saturday Btorniiig. f ? tjy the JR?NTGEIUJRG NEWS COMPANY 'TSRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I, ?no Cspy for one your. 52.OH <i ?Tn^?tonTO.. 1.00 AdV oh-ending TEN DOLLARS. for :? Clnb cY ncV^Sulisri-ibers, will rewlvo nn BXTrJA./WPY for oNK VKAR- fr?? of cbArj?. Any ono sending FIVE DOLLARS, or a Club of Now Subscribers, will receive nn EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of charge. ',*A?S 0F ADVERTISING. .'^^ .jiqftare 1st Tnsortion. $V.oO .4 i? 2*1 '* . 1.00 ?''?~A8quVre consists of 10 lines Brovier or '. ?sns 'iacli of Advertising space. ^JyjipiiiiB^r.Ttor's Notices, .$.r> 00 Ts'etices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad v 'mlriistrator*. Executors, kc.00 11' Contract AdTertisements inserted upon tlie vnost liboral terms. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES. n?t *i*aeed...

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. — 25 January 1873

". ? i. ???? i- . TWO PQLLAUS PER ANNUM. )? .??Ii / L. ?! ~'t*!il?? T!?? _ f.il-?__!?.? J. VL- f.fl'.' ? i/^^lBfr pifw .'irni ?iorTf7*!i(t*fl A MitaaroO oiiJ 1 U .'j id ?rn I 1 - it ? '^^^ ^*' ' ' ?' ff j .y-jppto J<iJ) off) . ..v/ i <i j 1 -J . J , . U J. ,. .. Jl ' --.i-t?tj-v-t.., oj y ? GOD AND pTJjR <$OTJ Tilt hi in m ai t-???r?r { ALWAYS IN ADVANCE SATURDAY MORNIN1 ARY 25, 1873. -?bw?rryi i ? ff>fi ?> i: feooi i< f< I it* )u <?!?/?? NUMBER 50 OT^p^NOEBURR NEWS ?? T??.l Ihm <-.J?-n:? rrr,r,isrn:n at aS?rfifcA NGTCBTJ RGt EVwy Saturday Wonting. by the JR?^ETJTJIW NEWS COMPANY ./???J: . > ?! ?-.:o:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. . __ ?wo Copy for one vcar. 92.00 ?" . 100 Anv oti? sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Cln\ ofTKw^ul?riW*T*T will receive nn RXTfJA ,?OPT for ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, ?r a Club of N?if Subscribers, vrill receive an EXTRA COrY for SIX MONTHS, free of uhargo. ?*:o:? -w^,. Sqnare 1st Insortion. $1.."0 ??? ?? 2d "...

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. — 25 January 1873

Cotton IK mm fact ure. At a meeting of tlie stockholders of tho Granite vi He Mills, (8. G.) in the spring of 1872, the President proposed to double the capaoity of the mills in three yoars and yot pay a dividend of ten cent per annum. Can any Northern factory maVe a bettor exhibits? Thocottou mills of Au gusta aud Columbus, Gu , are doing i proportionately well. ""The Augusta mills, with a eapital stock of $600 005, had in 1870, ?400, 000 us a eurplUs fund aud commercial captial after paying quarterly dividend of 5 per cent or 20 per cent, per an I uim. It baa been practically demonstrated tbatcot'ou cau bo spou iuto yarns at -tbe South for 5 coots per pouid cheap er than it can be span in.Ohl or New England consequent.,y, a properly con ! ducted mill could nuke five cents on caeh pound of yarn more than the Northern factories which have beeu enriching their stockholders and peopling with tccqiing: thousands the rocky hills of the west. Could the entice crop of cotton be converted ...

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. — 25 January 1873

Cotton Manufacture. Ata meeting of the stockholders, of the Granitoville Mills, (8. C.) in tho spring of 1872, tho President proposod to double the capacity of tho mills in throo years and yet pay a dividend of ien cent per annum. Can any Northern factory make a better oxhibits? Tho cotton mills of Au gusta aud Columbus, Go.., ure doing j ^proportionately well. The Augusta mills, with a capital stock of 8600 005, had in 1870, $400, 000 as a surplus fund aud commercial enptia! after paying quarterly dividend of 5 per cent or 20 per cent, per an i i.mn. It has becu practically demonstrated that cot'on can bo Bp tin iuto yarns at -.the South for 5 cents per pound cheap er than it can be spuu in,.Old or New England consequently, a proparly con ducted mill could nako live cents on caeh pound of ynru moro than the Northern factorios which havo hceu enriching their stockiiolders and peopling with teeming thousands the rocky hills of the west. Could the sntitc crop of cotton bo converted in...

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. — 25 January 1873

Cotton Manufacture. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Granitevi'Je Mills, (8. C.) io the spring of 1872, the President proposed to double the capacity of the mills in three years and yet pay a dividend of ton cent per annum. Can any Northern factory make a bettor exhibits ? Tho cotton mills of Au gusta aud Colnmbus, Ga., are doing j ^proportionately well. The Augusta mills, with a capital stock of $600 005, had in 1370, 8400, 000 as ? aurplas fuud aud ooinmoroial captial after paying quarterly dividend of 5 ?ent or 20 per cent, per an > bum. It has been practically demonstrated that or on cuu be spun iuto yarns at -<tue South fat 5 coots per pound cheap er than it can be spuu iu Cid o;- New TCnglanU couseijucut'y, a pro lorjj con ducted mill could nake live cents on caeh pound of yarn moro than the Northern factories which have bceu enriching their stockholders and peopling with teeming thousands ilic rocky bills of the west. Could the entice crop of cotton bo converted ...

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. — 25 January 1873

Cotton Manufacture. At a meeting of the stockholder* of the Graniteville Mills, (8. C) in the spring of 1872, tho Presidont proposed to double the capacity of tho mills in three years and yet pay a dividend of ten cent per annum. Can any Northern factory make a bettor oshibits ? Tho cotton mills of Au gusta uud Columbus, Ga., are doing ?proportionately well. The Augusta mills, with a capital stock of 8600-005 had in 1870, $400, 090 as a surplus fund and commercial captial after paying quarterly dividend of 5. per cent or 20 per cent, per an I ttnn. It has been practically demonstrated t'utcot'ou cau be spun iuto yarns at ->the South for 5 cents per pou id cheap er than it can he >?puu in.Old or New Bugland couspiiacut'y, a properly con ducted mill could nuke fare coots, on caeh pound of yam more than the Northern factories which havo beeu enriching their stockiiolders and peopling with teeming thousnuds the ro-ky hills of the west. Conld the entice crop of cotton be converted ...

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. — 25 January 1873

Cotton Manufacture. At a meeting of the stockholder* of the Granitoville Mills, (8. 0.) in the spring of 1872, tho President proposed to double the capacity of the mills in three years and yot pay a dividoud of ten cent per annum. Can any Northern factory make a better oxhibits? Thocottou mills of Au gusta aud Colnmbu8, Ga., are doing proportionately well. 'The Augusta mills, with a capital stock of $600-005, had in 1870, $400, 000 as a surplus fund aud commercial captial after paying quarterly dividend of 5 per cent or 20 per cent, per an unm. It has been practically djuionstratcd that cot'pu can be spun into yarns at tthe South for 5 ceuts per pound cheap er than it can be spuu in.Old or New England conscipictit'y, a properly con ducted ruill could nuko fi>e ceota. on caeh pound of yam moro than the Northern factories which have bee.u enriching their stockholders aud peopling with teeming thousand.-; the rocky bills of the vest. Could the entire crop of cotton bo converted into...

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. — 25 January 1873

SATURDAY, if AN. *5, 1873. A little mote ral'j and the -'mime old" mud in the atrcols. Jokes wide, City Sires, fix the side walks. UA new, pretty fence in front of rdVere. Islar & Dibhlo*s law offices, brightens that part of the street. Ilou. T; H. Codke, Judgu of Eighth C ircuit, left thin week to hold Court at Anderson on next Monday. ? _ Tho old Toomcr house on Kussel I tStreot recently purchased by W. J. Do Trcville, Esq., is-undergoing overhaul ing. The eleventh hour tax payers are using the days of grace, allowed to them. "Beware of pa tu and penal :y. See uotloo of Judge Andrews. Accident and smash up near Six^y Six Station, last Friday night. See ar ticle on this subject in another column Uood? were itreWU ' promiscus." Some of the passengers saw their chauce. K Kzekiel advert *es tha' he is about o cell out his st?uk of groceries hardware, crockery, &c. Everything is to he sold by tho 5th of February, as the premises have been disposed ?f. This is certainly ? great ...

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. — 25 January 1873

WO AT AN FNOI?KEII DID WITH A MAM WUO UKARRANUSD A RAILROAD TRACK. "^JJ^trllty of Cluck "a execution np proajbes.. borrible audgha*tly topics'are *41fciUiA,e'i'i? workshops, around the eveu> *JVt4tQ\**, iu the corner groceries, and il> many places uf public resort. J.hiU - dren shudder and cling closer to their SSf^Kwjy^l Bd?tfrtXrj1 oT a han'^tlrg or ptoi?f?Mfe^ iktc,i,n? ,h,it ?b * enrrod when shewas a girl. Tho sol emu, tho mysterious aud the superali which always surround a hanging. ?'^e*rm to be in the air, and although the * disgusting one, it must be enn w;?^lW~nPUo rhe crt,dtt of bummity? *^jj|BjR^ rtiorbid appetite in tlio public ? '*Jetf?areeHrtd demands the minutest detail ^?oXl(h* )b?Tribl? bar barley. JJ^J^neyi the .'tunny recalled stories which ^'t^4t?? n,^n the very wind, the foil owing was told to a tinfinrl reporter a "'.'..'jHjdjt or two apo, and, to add to the *? \o1*id surroundings of the story, he was tsiovmlt coftn shop, viewing the coffin which. is to co...

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. — 25 January 1873

aejjsssaoaaagrr^" - .. - WHAT AN RNOINKER DID WITH A MAN WHO DltfARRANUBD A RAILROAD TRACK. ^Mfc['t*o day cf Clucks execution np proajbet., horrible and ghastly topics are MMsafestoeHft workshops,around the eveu ijljS ate res, in the corner groceries, and in many places of public resort. Jhil - dren shudder and cling closer to tlmir itor'nar! ..me story of a hanging or the details offline dark crime that oc Vewnaai when she was a girl. Tho sol ? ?tTM?, the" mysterious and the supers* i ''ti?n, which ah\ays surround a hanging, seem to be in the air, and although the ? toyjro Ss> a disgusting one, it must be con ^. iVsstd ? not to the credit of hummity? ihat ~ti morbid appetite in tho public ? '^'cfeMn and demands the minutest detail -lo^aW horrible barbarity. e^73Q$?.V^ *uC ninny recalled stories which ^' ?nae?borne n_?on the very wind, the foil ? ?wiug v?nM ioiu to a &?ftnrl reporter a *', o'yjth't Or two ago, and, to add to the c.| torrid surroundings of the story, he was an...

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. — 1 February 1873

. . _ ^^^^^ ' _K _ TWO HOLLAHS PER ANNUM. \ C?OT) A."N" O OTJ I IISTTTtY\ ?{ ALWAYS IN ADVANCE* VOLUME fi._SATURDAY MORXIXfJ, FEBRUARY 1, 1873. NXJMBE?i IHE-ORANCtEBURG news pen LT SU ED AT 0 T* A. 1ST OK B TT "R O Every Saturday Btoriiing. * nv tup. ORANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY ?:o:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ?no Copy for on" year. $2.00 ?? ' ?? " Six Months.- 1.00 Any ono Ben-ling TF.N* DOLLARS, for a Clnb of Now SnliHorihers, will receive an BXTRA COPY for ONE YF.ATI. free of charge. Any on? sendinp Fl VF. DOLLARS, er s Hull of Now Subscriber*, will receive la EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of charge. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1..r>0 4? ?? 2d " . 1 .no A Square consists of 1!) lines Rrovier or One inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices.$? 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, &c.00 Contraet Advertisements Inserted upon the most liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, net exceeding one Square, insertnd without ebarg...

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. — 1 February 1873

When is a uewspaper the sharpest ? When it'a filed. The west likely thing to become a woman? Why, a little girl. A San Francisco firm advertises for skulls of deceased Indians. j Why do honest duoks dip their heads underwater? To liquidate their little bin?, t Who was the straightest man in the Bible ? Joseph, for Pharaoh wanted to tnnko a rulor of him. Tiro Angusta Herald has for its motto a prominent line as follows : Two Al mighty Dollars a Year." It is considered cool to take a man's hat with his name written in it, simply because you want his autograph. Which would you rather, that a lion ate you or a tiger 7 Why, you would rather that the lies ate the tiger of course. St Louis is rather rroud of a youug man who stole the Bibles from three churches and sold them to get a Christ mas bonnet for his poor old mother. When a new town is Rtarted on the plains, Chicago drummers camp out and wait for the now stores te bo completed, to sell the owners a bill of goods. There is only cno ...

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