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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 1 February 1873

?*.-lB!U!iBE L O C .A. L . 8ATUR?AY, H'WU. 1, 1873.|: Monday next is saleduy iu February. Of ?oufso there witl b'o a cr?wd iu town. There ir not aa much property to fee sold t)y the Sberiff as on suleduy lust goue, but there nro other inducements to briug bur good people to the burg ou next Monday. Our fanners hnvo not yet all supplied themselves with itorae and mule p?wor (shie tpia hon) for the opening year, end mnuy an anxious bargainer will be here ou that day. Those will nave a most favorable opportunity ofj being suited, (or theieis on h.iud at the different stables stock of horses ;. inl mules as hue us ever was brought to thia market. There will certainly bo a crowd of] people. Come all, come and bring your bid ."trading" stock, und b ing your money to buy something ?ew and relia ble. Let us have new vigor und larger crops this year thud ever. Just one suggestion now reader. You all know that the New? which you uoW hold in your hand is the only reliable aud sub stantial pape...

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. — 1 February 1873

A Cancer Cured in Fourteen Day>. There has transpired in tins city du ring tHcpasr. t wo weeks ono of the most reniur^Vro eases on record, boinjr no more nor lone that the extraction, rot t and branch, without pain, and by tho simplest of ineiin;?, ol a large cancer from ?ha left'check of Mr. 0, A. Chances freight agent at Kansas City of the Han fiibii) and i>t. Joseph Railroad. Mr. Chacc discovered, about nix years ago, Maninil red spot growing upon his left otopek, immediately below the eye. Tin-* J spot increased in size, and soon devc.pcd ono of thoso dangerous und inos^u'nploiisuut of bodily afflictions?a cancer. For about two years Mr. Chance has tjicd every modi ul advice and treat ?ent,'atnl still the horrible protuburance continued to grow, and threatened ulti naatefy to eut thu foeo and eau.it* him to loose tb e uso ot ono cyo. A Council of physicians, each of then prominent in his practice, was hel : a fcw*j|aeks ngo, when it was proposed to cancer from his face. Th...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 8 February 1873

lt8A i ??I ??<IM. ..?,,? tCSS'U 1st ,{..-? : I , , AW 1? .1.1 ? ?.? 4V'f<ri?-?f. HaiS , *?* to* TWO ?H.U.AUS J VOMTiVr E 6. GOD A.yrP OTJR qOUNTRY 4M *~'.*?!? 1 SATURDAY MORNING- FEBRUARY 8, 1873. i \m4pt THE OB ANGEBURG NEWS ?:o:_ PUBLISHED AT OnANGE PS IT U Gr Eyery Saturday Morning. BT TITK ?ORANGEBTJRQ NEWS COMPANY ?:o:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ?ae Copy for one your. $2.00 ?? ?? '< Six Month*. 1.00 Amy one Bonding TEN DOLLARS, for a "Cla* afs-fiefw'Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA. COPT for ONE YEAR, free of ebarge." Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, er a Club of New Subscribers, will receive li EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTITS, free of charge. RATES OF ?DVKRTISINO. 1 Square 1st Tnsortion. $1.50 ?* " 2d , *J . I 00 A iquare "oantoists of 10 !ln..? Brovlor or -oae iaeh of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, .?$? 00 'Netiocs of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, Ao.00 Contrast* AaVbrttseihcntd insert cd upon the '?sest liberal terms. MARRIAGE and F?NFT. Ab...

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. — 8 February 1873

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS GEORGB BOLITER, FlBAKOIAL AN* BUSINBBS MaKAOBR. ?sBetml mfmpm af ike WttUe and FEB. 8, 1878. VOLUME. This number closes the sixth year of the existence of the Ouanoeiil'uu PB iaii) bate ? : t teti mm During Jheso long years its visits have continued to the households of the town and oounty. During theno long years fehaogc has passed upon, almost everything iri and.around us. .Change for thVIB*3tterij change fdr the sadder has come. Men have grown rich and are better situated in life; men have djed in the time. Our town has grown and improved and new enterpriser have grown into life end suecessin this period. All these changes', the bright and happy ones and the sad ones have been chronicled in the Nvws, and like the mirror it has reflected the passing ob jects. Piled away amid its roll time changes have become the local history of this people. Opinions tnd discos- i ?ions have fil)eT"thc9c"colu1n1liav','?nd-the Nkws has been the' indexed reflex of the public mind...

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. — 8 February 1873

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS QEOBGB BOIiITER, FlSA*OIAI. AM? Bl'lUIII MaXAOER. ?ro ?ad ThisuW^ K*TW?.<* J*dj bt* psviisb Ul> teso long year, it* visit, eontinu cd to <ho households of the and oounty. During these long yssrs S&ttuge has passed upon, almost ifl* Jk^.rtpjnfud us. I'hnngo It?-i oflinge fdr>. the sadder Men : have grown ricTi I in the t&Se? W has grown and improved rpriaer have grown into life ?D^cesst* thit period. 7A) 1 All these changes', the bright and &eppy ones and the sud ones have been ehroaiclcd in the Nkws, aad like the ?Wni^B'Vate becoese ^he. l?ai hssto^j1 of this people. Opinions tnd discos sieas bare fille^tTiesc^TOldWnVP"trod ? the KlWB has beenthe('iiuWif?ahdtcnexof the public mind. The Nv.ws then c?d, ejit^^ 'irVoganee, claiui to be one of ; fjsft ^HnHv OrAAgcbnrg/ it* Chj^^^h^rt^t. rts;liittger-andr >o:*?ifnj?^????Brch #ur filcs I SWS willingly offended the or W^btttka the feelings ?f | the humblest c'iizen, except when called mSjk\ rr...

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. — 8 February 1873

SATURDAY, FKH- 8, 1873. As wo go to press, tho sad iotellegence I* clreulatioug through the Village that Mr. 0. tt. ateaans* !| dead. Uur infer niation Is that he died very suddenly at ?bout 1 n'tdged^ thin day. This ia *tht aad and uutimely Tall of ? tried and true tunn. ?> ., ,i glim.i ii Wo ouifcte? tb* 'mentd-m ia our last issue, tbe^eath of Mrs. Robert' Jones, which occjfretl at her residence on Fri day eveniiy i^&ist Jauuary, 1873. Mrs. Jones wa^?.a|i estimable lady, and leavea beaHuS.hes stricken husband nud family, a.?rge.circle of friends to uinuro her uutin/ely'fall. The obsequies were performe^*o3J,ih'e Sunday lollowinir, and the tuourjj h^s, risen upon tho <grave uf woe all lonely and beloved. ... Our *yrnj^biy j'dns with tint of this community, and is offered to our follow townamaJf in' hi*~s >re bereavement. tic Day fn February. Thure was a rr mark ably I rge attend anee. off per*Oos in Town uu .Monday ? If .A e> last, almost as large as on Sale day 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. — 8 February 1873

A Night iu an African Tree. Night is a favorite time with almost ?II wild eoimul.1 for feeding or moving ?bout. Especially is this the case with those African oreutures which during the day, pass their time in forests and oaves. Elephants, particularly, select tho .light for feeding, and t hoy will then quit their dense cover, and wander on the pining wher* thoy would fear to ?how thei'iaelvos during daylight. On more thau ono occasion tho writer and a friend passed aeveral hours of tho night concealed among the branches of a treo, in order to have the opportunity of watching the habits of some of those animals-whose nature it was to lie hid den during, the day. On the firbt occasion that we ever tried that experiment, wo had taken for oar companion a gentleman, who was neither gifted with pati n.-c. n >r with that enthusiasm which is necessary to render & night in*a tree a pleasant ohaui; . We remained in this tree somo two hour* our companion, by his frequent move ments and...

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. — 15 February 1873

TWO HOLLAHS l'KR ANNUM. )? C,OT3 A. "NT 3D OtTn COUNTRY. ''?<'?*?lf 1 ALWAYS IN ADVANC? VOLUME 7. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1873. NUMBER "T~ f EE ORANtf EBURG NEWS ?:o:? PUBLISHED A T OtRA^lsrOT^ T3IJRO Every Saturday Morning. BY THE ORAXGFJHJRG NEWS COMPANY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. t)?o Copy for one year. $2.Of) M *? Six Months. 1.00 Any on? sanding TEN DOLLARS, for n tMnb of Nsff Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, freo of ? karge. Any ono sending FIVE DOLLARS, ?r. a Club of N*vr Subscribers, will receive ks n'XTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of charge. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I gqnaro 1st Tnsovtion. SI.50 ? ? ?? 2d " . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or ans iacb of Advertising apace. Administrator's Notices.$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, Sie.S3 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the ?seit liberal terms. ?:n:? MKHRJAGK and FUNERAL NOTICES, bat exceeding one Square, inserted without ?karge. t6T* Terms Cash I...

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. — 15 February 1873

TWO DOLLARS l'KR ANNUM. <? Jjji.-'Ufr 1 ri, JiV, .,.?? . .. .... ? GOD ^YTsTD OtTH COUNTRY. VOLUME 7. { ALWAYS IN ADVANC? SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1873. NUMBER T** TEE ORANGEBURG NEWS runhrsiTED AT OTl A.iSrO TTIBTJPtGr Every Saturday Morning. BY TIFF. OR ANGERU WJ NEWS COMPANY terms of SUBSCRIPTION. 8)bo Capy for ?n? year. $2.00 " m ?< Rix Months. 1.00 Any an* sandinc; TEN DOLLARS, far n t?1nb ef New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ON!'. YRAR. free of *k*rge. Any ono sending FIVE DOLLARS, er. a Club af New Subscribers, will receive a? tXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS. rr?oof %h?rge. ?:n:? RATHS OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion..... $1.50 ?? i ?? 2d " . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brerier or 'vn* inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notice.$5 00 Neticcs of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, &c.$9 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the West liberal terms. ?:o:? MKR.RJAGK and FUNERAL NOTICES, net exceeding one Squnr?. inse...

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. — 15 February 1873

THE ORANGEEURG NEWS OEORCiS ?OI.JVI.I?, FlMAXCIAL AMD BlTSIHKSS MaNAOKR. cial I???er of the State and ?f QfunKoburff County. 8ATUUDAY, FEB. 15,1873. ? i ?!? ? f pi v f-l I Orangelmrg Farmers. A county paper should to a great de gree ba devoted to the wants and repro acut tho interests of the farmer class of the community. Tho town of Orange burg is growing so rapidly, its interests are ' becoming so varied aud important, its population and edification increasing ?o steadily, and the patronage of our merchants and citizens so liberal aud constant, that this journal is in duty bound to cater to the wishos of our town fe|k and to reflect thoir truest interest and hold ever dear and high the wel fare and prosperity of our citizens at the court bouse oity. 'But still the old truism and hackney ?d maxi m, that agriculture is the basis of our entire regimen and financial polity and system, and that wc arc uii uepend upon the farmer for our thrift and I, are strongly and most practical fy' ...

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. — 15 February 1873

TEE ORANGEB?RG NEWS GEORGE ROLIVER, FlXANCIAL amd BUSINBSS MaMAOBR. dial Paper of tbe State and ?f O^rangebnrg County. 8ATUHDAI, FEB. 15, 1873. Farmers. A county paper should to a great do grce be devoted to the wants and repre sent'' tbe interests of the farmer clsss of <? - the community. Tho town of Orange burg t is growing so rapidly, its interests are becoming so varied aud important, its population and ?di?cation increasing so steadily, and tbe patronage of our merchants and citizons so liberal and constant, that this journal is in duty bound to cater to the wishes of our towu folk and to reflect their truest interest and. bold ever dear and high the wel fare ?.od prosperity of our citizens at tbe court house oity. TJ?t still the old truism and hackney ed maxim, that agriculture is the basis -^ftort ff .v. of our entire regimen and financial polity and system, and that we arc all depend* ?-upon tbe farmer for our thrift and , arc strongly and most practical ly1 fllttsiratcd...

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. — 15 February 1873

LOCAL. "aT?HDaY} FUB. i5, 1873. Inquests.. TWO BUUtifcN ?KATli? OV infants. one kv1dkntly 8uow1no foul k ?> _ Trial Justice a. F. Browning, ou Tue.-d-y last held an inquest at Martin You's residence, about four luilos from the ?Edisto river, upon the bo-?)- of an infant, evidently just born, the child id' Mary Yon. The body had been throwu into a dr) well, fbitty feet deep, about two hundred yards from the dwelling hi-u>e. The testimony showed that the mother Mary You, udn iitod that She hei*sclf had thrown the child into this well, and said that it was .-till born After hearing voluminous toStita ?uy the Curouor's jury rendered a verdict .n fbrui as follows : "that the said boy Child, name unknown, came to his death by'.the uiilicions. wilful and intouti n 1 set of Mary Yoll, the mother of the said chil l." A warrant was issued for tho arrest of Mary You, but che opinion of tho physi cian being ?hat she could Itot bo moved Without endangering her life, the Trial Justice left ...

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. — 15 February 1873

Another Utah War. The President has decided to renew his aggressive policy against tho Mor won*. It will probably take official torn*in a day or t wo in .1 sp sei il message to Congrcs . lie had a long conforeilOO with the Sncotnry of State aud Attorney General on the subject, and afterwards visited tho Capitol, wharo h i invite 1 members .of the Senate and House Judi tiarj^jDoAiniitt ecs to a similar cousultu tion. The immediate reason for this sudden niovenu nt at this stage of tho sesaioVi is'founded on n memorial which has been forwarded to the President iVora the (TJ entiles iu Utah, and which will doubtless be transmitted to Congress with the Executive message. The opiu ion was expressed by tho Adiu In ist rut ton inendiers at the Capitol that the reinu dial legislation could be secured before tWPt?t wf March, provided ti was in a loss offensive fdiape than the well known Cullom bill Which was defeated in the lust Congress. However: an attempt was made in the House, this after...

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. — 22 February 1873

?? ...T""* laa?adaaj>? Ho ->,|j ?|WOij '. ? Jtoiinaai u# u?y? f '?(f I. t? ?id biawcJ Mti'tv>ni!..ii ho* ?V*1 J?J cJ aWtunftJnb batttjji 1 .1*00 / ?'. \ial t?a! V> out til :?al rtli ^i!; bn tanmojj m%4f *jor! f.fia , ?*di wiuom (If U) 1 ?Ino. ft j' ?*v.U 7/ .7/ ?ad ? ,:,tm ? i i. f ??? i.i -t-n?r -?r.--.-rr-'iW'i t1lUnl*mM6Bamm?xam*-r??)r> ,?frg~f ->aa aadi .v? a?,t,I?d ?ml ?idi jaiavtr ^WfJ^MJ?tt^HEtt ANNUM. ^ ?~~ t'Jfl H 1 volume 7. fmi>:t faro ran ?rfj toon** 13?TUffcf>A!? MOHKInA FEBRUARY 22, 187!* joT ?IT 'a ivl't ?{ ALWAYS IN ADVANCE mil 1'. himhwi number 2 THE QRANGEBURG NEWS **>-rm!?LLS1!ED AT , ?"RAisroTOiBxn^a ivery Saturday Morning. r sir t.?/; iU j. V? ady to) * BY TTIR OUANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY ?dt a?K*RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ??as Cepy for one year. $2.00 ?? ?? 1 Six Months.- 1.(0 "apy'Vn's striding TKN DOLLARS, far n CT?* of Maw Subscribers, will receive an RfRl COPT for OMR YEAR, free of ? harge. Any one pending FIVE DOLLARS, ?r a Clab af New Sub...

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. — 22 February 1873

Iftitoaiiaajj? j?f, ? w ( * .? ?id fciawo* mm?.??:? , j k:.. X?*l t?d "t ? of(t ul j->?j tdi ; ?VlTS ?4*1? 5 !;i.| a !| Jr.,; .-.Uaiijf,; tod I^j jmIw hrn" .t{ fit(a(n09(l V one i ? ?ftatfcOjoif* ,.j ffH| ?#W0^LUMlMol?iail ANNUM, y " f ''?? -'Svf![1,|i,WtB?lrfIV; MWmtfrfl ^ " t -1-?^X~^U li^*w^T**^^t^ = (=15 lift - - ? ? " rv? all.? j ?! j (. ti , ? , VOLUME 7. ! ?limn, ) nf .ujidi GOD AND OUR ?{ ALWAYS IN ADVANCE SATURDAY MORNTN& FEBRUARY 22, im NUMBER 2 THE ORANGEBURG NEWS ?uiiat*^ A ??rwJfkVTrj .,. .,,: . <Nii ^liBLltWED A T OTT CrK BIT RO Every Saturday Morning. ??ANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ?at Ccpy for one year. $2.00 " " " Six Months. 1.00 Any one tending TKN DOLLAUS. for ? Cl?? of New Subscribers, will receive an ?XTRA COPT for ONE YEAR, free of | ? barge. Any one tending FIVE HOLLARS, or a Clab of New Subscribers, will receive *? EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, freo of j 11ATKS or ADVERTISING. -{''??<?* re 1 at Inssriion. Sl.oO SS*V t If "?d . " . 1...

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. — 22 February 1873

* totiinmva 01 t .. ttg tj isuiinvj-..1) .,,,1 ? J *%*na torf i oxr j11f ?r furl ??{( T'HlmiHieU HfWtfWLRflttS PER ANNUM. }> VOLUME T. Kl b? .?...? to o?W| mv?a %tuk>:<id dent ouu Country. ^ ALWAYS IN ADVANOK jj .-jft,; .tj: SATURDAY MORNIN& FEBRUARY 22, NUMBER 2 THE ORANGEBURG NEWS stdttaxByi** x y.rr*w!Q_*wi( r ?A* mi "PUB LI SUED A T p-RANGKBTTRG , **?y'ery Saturday Morning. ORAKGEBURG NEWS COMPANY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ? me Copy for one rear. $2.00 ** ??' ?? Sir Months. 1.00 Any ona tending TKN DOLLARS, for a Clo* ef New Subscriber*, will receive an BITRA COPT for ONE YEAR, free of ek.rga. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, ?r a Clab of New Subscribe?, will reeeive i> EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of mri*. ?:ot? KATES OF ADVERTISING. ? 'Saware lat Insertion. $1.50 **, ft ?d " . I.?ft . A Kquaro consists of 10 linos Brevier or oa? inch of Advertising space. adardntitrator't Notices.$.r> 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ?aiaiatratort-, ETecutora, ko.$m 00 ...

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. — 22 February 1873

Woman was made from a rib bone? tiho loves rib bon(e)s to this day. Mice harm the cheese, but giils charm the he's. The rjmuo is true of their ;. -j'octivc eating of cheese and cheating of he's. The difTercncc between true nnd false doctrine is often only the width ol a hair, I sec. And yet the fulso doctrine l>cnnis O'Shangnessy advertises as follows in the Columbus Republican : "1 ? orcby give notice that my wife Bridget hos left her bed and board, and that I wllaaios pay her debts, us. wc arc not nrarried." A ron.pitig 'our year old boy had been denied Home trifling gratification )?y his mother, but it did not eeotn so tiiHtng to hnn as to her. So, stiiking au utti t?de before her, he said with the utmost gravity, "Mother, were you ever a boy V It is said th.it the. newspapers aro the means of a great raany ladies "getting iheir backs up-" The best conducted papers often make a great hustle, among them and neatly every pannier is a newspaper?waist basket RELEASED.?"William Low...

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. — 22 February 1873

Woman was mado from a rib bone? t>ho loves rib bon(e)s to this Uuy. Mice barm tbe cheese, but girls charm the he's. The same is truo of their respective eating of cheese and cheating of he's. Tho difference between true and false doctrine is o Ken only the width of a hair? I sec. And yet the false doctriuo d.>cunis O'bhangncssy advertises as follows in thc'Columbus Republican : "1 hereby grve'?bfcd^t hilf'hij- will Aridget has left her bed and board, and that 1 willmo*. pay her Uvhts, us wo arc not nitftvied." A ron.ping 'our year old boy bad bcon denied some trilling gratification by bis mother, but it did not seem so trifling (b hFm as to her. So, stiiking an atti tude before her, he said with the utmost gravity, "Mother, were you ever a boy '(" It is said that the. newspapers are the means of a great many ladies "getting tnefr'oaeks up*" The best conducted papors often make a great bustle aaiong them and nearly every pannier is a newspaper .waist basket ?' -ine .i* ?? ? J R...

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. — 22 February 1873

*iW tsttgrslature has oonoUd adjourn sine die on the 26th, iufctnnt:??'? Guano ?The Depc* ?? Qrangeburg Is redolent ol Guano again. ( Stgari.?A very largo and. fine stock lui* . . " ". of angsrs are to be seen at the en tor prise '(fkr*v,<-~The Delinquent list of this jrear is very small. Only editors gruu^ Oh about taxes and sidewalks; othei people "grin and boar." fail Our thanks are due and toudored to Hon. R. B. Elliott, Member of Congress for valuable publio documents from Washington. " GUM amd Bbar.?Or rather '-Smile ?'bad "Beer" are the terms of art at M r. . M T ? ? ??? ? ? ' .1 C. D. Korjohn's popular Saloon. Fine also. Valentines.?Valentine, day was throughly celebrated by our young folks oh friday last. Ours arrived ; contents aoted. Buke? Ilutrl.?The substantial com forts of Dukes Hotel are most inviting. Quite a revolution in the matter of Ho tel* has taken place n Orangeburg du, ring the past year. Laio Cartl.~?D. K. Jamison Ksq, who is well and favorably known to t...

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. — 22 February 1873

j. mm.. .- - ? i . .. LOCAL, SATURDAY, FWB. 22, 18T3X J The ItjgWmture ha? eanoludei tMajsfrr? siae die on the 26th, instant.'*" ' ''' us? . Owano -?The Depot at Qraogeburg Is redolent ol OUnno again. n Stgars.?A vary largo and fine stock of segers are to be seen at tho enterprise 8alooa. Taxes,?Tho Delinquont list of this year is *tf email. . Only editor* gruin bit about taxes and sidewalks; othei people "grin and bear." <A ? Our thanks are due and tendered to Don. R. B. Elliutt, Member of Congress f*r Taluablo publio documents from Washington. ' GmiK AMD IDtAR.?Or rather ' Smile ' and "Beer" are the terms of art at Mr. . M f ? ? " ? i C. D. Korjobu's popular Saloon. Fine 8egar* also. Valentine.?Valentino, day was throughly celebrated by our youn<r folks on fridaj last. Ours arrived ; contents ?OUd. ? Dulcet Hotel.?Tho substantial com- - forts of Dukes Hotel are most iuviting. Quito a revolution iu the matter of Ho tels hat taken place n Orangeburg du, ring the past year. La*...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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