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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 31 May 1873

t\YO DOLLAR? PfcR. ANNUM. } GOD -A-TSTII). OUR UNTRY. -{ ALWAYS IN ADVANCE volume r SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 3t, 1873. NUMBER 16 THE 0RANGEBUR8 NEWS . PUBLISHED A!f 0 Tl^VTSTGrli: 13 U RG i Erory Saturday Morning. / BY TIIK ORANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On? Copy for one year. $2.00 it ?. ? g;x Months. 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Clnb of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COrY for ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any one Bending FIVE DOLLARS, or a Club of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of charge. ? ?:n:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $l.f>0 ?? . ?? 2d M . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or one inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, .$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, &c.$9 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the mest liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not exceeding one Square, inserted without charge. ?-:o:? Terms Cash in dvanee. -?t...

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. — 31 May 1873

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS GEORGE BOLIYER, Financial and Business Makaokk. Official Paper of the ?t?te and of Orangeburg County. SATURDAY, MAY 81,1873. 8 .M"JL_1_!_ .'_LLJ* Education with i rflow lamentably many whitq^ujeu in this' county are unablo to" writo*ti*TcS*i names! Village lifo with its small c*on fiue of duties aud ftt> uarrow world of gossip ihuts us out from contact with the rude ignorauce that prevails to an alarming extent. In some parts of this County taniitiea and claus of men lead lives as savage, untamed and heathen as the Indians of the far West. In other parts, witchcraft flourishes ? and the witch doctor plys a paying trade out of the credulity, sup.rslition and ignorance of the neighbors. Of course this is not. general. But the fact of such gross and barbarian ignorauco existing near and around us is startling. Education is too generally neglected. School houses arc wautiug or lire c'osed. Teachers arc out of employment or arc cling out n miserable life upon a sal...

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. — 31 May 1873

THE ORAI GEBURG NEWS GEORGE BOLIYER, Financial and Business Manaokh. Oflleial Paper ol the ?t?te and of OrauKehurg County. SATURDAY, MAY 31,1873. Edneation m Ith Um. i 'How lamentably many whitg^ men in this county are unublo to" riteT^tTTfcijfci names ! Village lifo with its small ?<Jon' fiue of duties aud itb uarrow world of gossip shuts U3 out from contact with the rude ignorance that prevails to an alarming extent. In so!iic parts of this County families and clans of mcu lead lives as savage, untamed and heathcu as the ludiauu uf the far Weft. In other parts, witchcraft flourishes ? and the witch doctor plys a paying trade out of the credulity, sup.rstitiuu and ignorance of the ucigbburs. Of course this is not general. Hut the fact of such gross and barbarian ignorauco existing near and around us is startling. Education is too generally neglected. School houses are wautiug or are c'oscd. Teachers arc out of employment or arc cling out a miserable life upon a salary which is n...

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. — 31 May 1873

- SATURDAY, MAY 31, lt>7:i Pf hat -M?.'day is sih? day. J The sheriff advertises son.? land for silo. "Tri. Timers ha? beeti deposed and Me Mahon is President of Franco. A powerful Jackserew?Captain .lack's crew. Ilon.c?sweet, sweet home, us. the bee said when be uutered his hivo. You onn use u postage. Item p.twice. Tbc first time it costs you three cents; tho second time fifty dollars. The cottoa seels of the South, which Were ouco thrown away as worthless, are now worth ?3,000,000 per your. PoVfn.? he S 'ap Factory is down and so arc the desirable, and seasonable goods at Messrs T. [Colin & Bio's popu lar store. Head and run. The Levil returns his warm thanks to Mr. C D. Kortjohd for the piece of lee sent the News Office to cool his plagued tongue. By order ol Chici Justice Moses Judges Cooks ond Carpenter will tutor change circuits. Judge Cooko is to bold the ensuing term ut Lexington and Jv.d1 c CorjCt tcr the Fame at Anderson. Towtl TflX-?Unpleasant theme for u local bu...

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. — 31 May 1873

mum '-f " '-''-"? t*1 a?twi wa?Wfty. How appropriate to the present time i.s ihe beautiful, but sad paragraph be low. Every day Joes this litt 1x3 sentence jjject the eye. Died yesterday: "Died yesterday," so-and so. Every day a flower is plucked frbui some sunny home?a breach is made in s uno happy eirclo?a jewel stolen from some troosu ry of love. Each day, from summer fields of life, Borne harvest disappears?yea, every hour same sentinel falls from the ramparts into eternity. Even as we write, the funer ul of one who "died yesterday," winds like a winter, shadow along the streots. "Died yesterday " Who died* l'er taps it was a gentle babo, fciuless as an tingle, pure as the zephyr's hymn?one whose laugh was'as the gu-h of Summer rills loitering in the bower of roses? whose life was but a perpetual litany? a May-time crowned with the passion flowers that never fade. Or, mayhap it was a youth hopeful, happy and gcuorous, whose path was hemmed by flowers, with not a serpmt lurking u...

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 June 1873

TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. )? GOD 1ST33 OXJR COUNTRY. ^ ALWAYS IN ADVANCE VOLUME 7. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1873. NUMBER 17 the orangeburg news PUBLISHED AT OKANGEBUEG Every Saturday Morning. by the ORANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY ?:o:? - TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy for one year. $2.00 ?? ?? 8ix Month*. 1.00 Any one tending TEN DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, Tree of charge. Any ona sending FIVE DOLLARS, ?r a Club of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of fcharge. ? * -?to:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. S1.50 ? ? ?? 2d " ". 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or ?one inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, .00 "Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, Ac.$0 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the ?roost liberal terms. ?:o:? MARRIAOK and FUNERAL NOTICES, "not exceeding one .Square, inserted without ?charge. ?:o:? 1&- Terms Cash in Avance. Browning...

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 June 1873

To correspondents: Declined with thanks, "Castor Oil nnd Senna." "A Night in the Itaiu." "Kicks and Cull's," and "Good Advice." Tho students of Kentucky University nro reported to he in active rebellion be cause the faculty forbid their selecting Kx-Prcsidcut Andrew Jaeksou ns their orator for commencement. The Cincinnati 77?> es says that " Tom Ewitig is bonked as the next Democratic candidate for Governor of Ohio." Nex t to rflhrilng John G. Saxe for Governor of Vermont, tho niost moffensive politi cal recreation in the world is to book u Democrat for Governor of Ohio. An exchange tells us that "thd ladies of Ironton, Mo., have united to discour age the practioe of smoking in ehuroh.'' They won't lot us smokein railroad Cars, nor in street cars, nor in private parlors,, nor in theaters, and now they watft to stop-us from smoking iu church. The thing is becoming really alarming. It is said that ah Indiana preacher dec'nrcd in a rocont sermon that, "iro woman who wears false hair...

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 June 1873

To correspondents: Docliuod with thanks, "Castor Oil nnd Senna." "A Night in the Raiu." "Kicks und Cull's," nnd "Good Advice." The students of Kentucky University nie reported to l<e in active rebellion be cause the faculty forbid their, selecting Ex-President Andrew Jackson as their orator for commencement. The Cincinnati Tl 1 <.-? Bayfi fhnt " Vom Ewing is booked :t? the next Democratic candidate for (Jorernor of Ohio." Nex t to running John fj. S:txe for Governor of Vermont, the most inoffensive politi cal recreation in the world is to book a D? niocrat for Governor of Ohio. A' xehange tells us that "tho ladies of Iron'on, Mo., have united to discour nge the practice of smoking iu churuh .'' The}' won't lot us smoke in railroad ears, nor in street ears, nor in private parlors, nor in theaters, nnd now they want to (?top us from smoking in church. The thing is becoming really alarming. It is said that tin Indiana preacher declared in a rccont sermon that "no woman who wears ...

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 June 1873

To correspondents: Declined with thanks, "Castor Oil und Sonnn." "A Night in th? Rain." ' Kicks and Cuffs," and "Good Advice." Tho students of Kentucky University are reported to he iu netive rebellion be muse the faculty forbid their Bolectiug Kx-President Andrew Jackson as their orator lor commencement. The Cincinnati Tin says (hat " !*oni Ewing is booked as the next Democratic I eanflidatt lor (Jovernor of Ohio." Next to running John (_!. Faxt? for Governor of Vermont, the most fnofl'cnsivo politi cal recreation in the world is to book u Democrat for Governor of Ohio. An exchange tells us that "th ! ladies of lronton, Mo., have united to discnur nge the practice of smoking iu church."' They won't let us stnoke'in railroad eats, nor in street, ears, nor in private parlors, nor in theaters, and now they want to ?toplis from smoking in church. The thing is becoming really alarming. It is said that an Indiana preacher declared in a recent sermon that "i?o woman who wears false huir i...

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. — 7 June 1873

To correspondents: Deoliood with thanks, "Castor Oil nod Senna." "A Night in the Ram." "Kicks and Cuffs," aud "Good Advice." Tho students of Kentucky University nro reported to be in nctivorebellion be cause the faculty forbid their, selecting Ex-President Audrcw Jackson ns their orator for commencement. The Cincinnati Tinea says (hat " "om Ewing is booked ns the uext Democratic J J cajijtfdsttr for Governor of Ohio." Next to running John G. Paxe for Clovcrnor of Vermont, the most inoffensive politi cid rccrenlion in the world is to book u Democrat for Governor of Ohio. An ekehange tolls us that "thd ladies of Ironton, Mo., have united to discour age tho practice of smoking in churoh.','? They won't let us smokein railroad darn, nor in street earn, nor in private parlors,, nor in theaters, and now they wadt to f-top us from smoking in ehureh. The '.hing is becoming really alarming. It is said that an Indiana preacher declared in a rocont sermon that "no woman who wears false hair is...

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. — 7 June 1873

3, l>tt. V. R. TA-BL'R Tho n>nny. fricuus of this goutleiran WiM be glad to loam that ho had opened an .eQtae at Lewisville, and, will iienfco fbrtb devote himself to tlto prnitioc of Iiis profession, t/ ' _t_^.^.^ i_ ^ .|\VHan enterprising go ahead tneruhaut as ahy one cun ?ee by hisadvertisoincnts. Tbb good old MMVbj "quick sale* and tun all profits," is the <dio under which bo dors business, tin nhd foe hiui. A WfW rAfh-i:? Will be sturtod lioro fooh Under the K >. t? ? . ....??. / : auspices of the llnptitd. dunuuiinatiou. We learn that the lu v. .Messrs. Durham and Nortis are tube its editors. Success uttend the new enterprise ! UOX. ?. li. ul/Jorr ? Will accept our ilni|iks lor ft gejicr ous supply ol*valuable public diu-uniont*. If our Congressman lives until read through the Ninth Census his name will never appear in the tuurtqafy statistics. Jlb'ROXKl'S Jil S \Vill soon be running again, Mr. J, A. William!?, our well-known con oil painter bns bad ? lively "brush...

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. — 7 June 1873

JfTt. C. J?. TA-BHIi Tho many.friends of this ^eniletran will bo glad to learn Mut bo has opened ?n A)$r.e at I.ewisville, nud. will ftj?pf?** forth devote himself to the prnctioo of Iiis profession. ;' .. "Is :'.n enterprising ^e ahead taorobtut es ntiy one can see by his advertisements. Thb- good old mht*o, "quick Pa], 8 a,,d Ptnnll pyoufs," is the oho Under which be dors business. Uunbd rec him. .4 :V7?n' fAfkll? AV ill bo'Started lioro soon Under the M AW ?. iiuspiccs of the . Dtipttst denomination. We learn that the Rev. Messrs. l)url|am rttvsi e?;u\???" i;m i. t*v up j and Nortis arc tobe its editors, buefcess attend the new enterprise ! -.??? I J/OX. Ii. b/././OTT ? Will accept our '.hunks tor a geitcr ous supply of valuable ptjbljo duuutuejntM. If our fJongretorirttfl lives until ve1 road through the Niuth Census mUim will never appear in the ruurtRary statistics. J/EROXhT'S 'IIIS? Will soon be running again, Mr. J, A. Williams, our e/ttbknowu coaclj puititcr has bud ? livel...

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. — 7 June 1873

Jfi O O A 1 . iSAT?HDAY, JUNK 7, iS73. t>R. V. R. TARED? Tho many.friends of this gentleman \s\\\ be glad to lesrn that he ban opened an .office at Lcwisvillo, and wiM |\enfco fbrlh devote himself to tho prnotioo of bin profession. -j*. ?! ???}-? kuetjoux - In an enterprising go ahead iltoruh.int as nny one cu'iscoby his advertisements. Th? good old motto, "<|uick sab ? id ?mall profits," is the ntio under Which he docs business. Clonfid *oc him. A xew eafee? Will bestund hero soon tinder the auspices of the Uupi'int denomination. Vie learn that thellcv! Messrs. Durham und Nortis are bibe its editors. Success attend the new enterprise ! JfOX. /?'. Ii. Hi, 1.10 TT ? Will accept our *lia|iks kit' a g?1i? r OUfl supply of valuable pub!;'-. dncimiouts. If our *'ongre'ssiimii lives until *yc read through the Ninth Census his ||MI||U will never appear in the mortuary statistics. XEROXUY'S 'BVS? Will soon be running again, Mr. ?1, A. Williams, our w? II known coach painter has had a ...

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. — 7 June 1873

The Dtfficuty of Rhyming. We parted by the gates in June, Tliut soft nnd buliuy month, ncuoatb tbo sweetly beaming moon. And (w outb? liuutb?nun lb?bun lb ? 1 cant find a rhyme to moutb.) Years were to pass e'er we should meet: A wide ami yawning gulf Divides iuo from my love so sweet. While (ull*?sulf?dulf?mulf-^stnok again; I can't get any rhyme to gulf. Via in u gu'f 'myself.) ob. Vow 1 dreaded hi my soul To pail from my sweet nymph, While years should their long seasons roll Itaforc (liymph -dyinpb?syniph 1 guess I'll have to let it gout that.) .U? II.FO.H Beneath my fortune's stern decree My lonely spirits suuk, For 1 a wealthy smtl should be And a (bunk?dunk?runk- -sk -That will n ever do in t he World.) 4'J 1.1. $ ! 3 ? i* l| She buried her ?ear lovcij face \\ ithin her azure scarf, She knew I'd take tho wretchedness As welLns (mufr-sai i--dari- hut I and hai l Thai won't answer, either.) Oh. I had loved her many years. 1 loved her for herself; 1 loved her tor her lender tear...

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 June 1873

rj-vre 1W0 DOLLARS PER ANNUM. j. GOD JV1STX) OITPt CX>IJiNrrrjRY. 1 ALWAYS IN ADVANCE SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1873. NUMBER 18 W?KANGEBURe NEWS PUBLISHED AT bn'^rcois ? it n a Every Saturday Morning. j1y thk ^hAiTOEBURG NEWS COMPANY ^*#?E.RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION". One Copy for one year. $2.00 " ?? Six Months. 1*00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for n fclnb of New Subscribers, will receive ?n extra COPY for ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, .or a Club of New Subscribers, will receive en extra COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of ^arge. k ? I*r*&4 / . 0' HATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.50 ? 2?r ?'. l.oo a Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or one Inch of Advertising space, Avlndidstrator'b Notices, .$5 00 Notices cf Dismissal of Guardlane, Ad ministrators, Executors, Ac.$? 00 Cmdraot Advertisements inserted upon the tnost liberal terms. marriage and FUNERAL NOTICES, ?et exceeding one Square, inserted without ehsrgc ?to:? BQr Terms Cash in dvance. Bro...

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 June 1873

two dollars per annum. \- GOD .AJStlD OTllJ^ OQUISTTRY. i always in advance ^IfM^_ _^_SATURDAY MORNING, .TUNE 14, 1873. ~ NUMBER 18 fjlt? orangeburg news PUBLISHED AT Every Saturday Morning. BY THE dhXttGEBURG NEWS COMPANY ?:o:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ona C??py for one year. $2.00 .? .? gix Months. l!00 Any qn? sending TEN DOLLARS, fer a f?lnb of New Subscribers, will receive ftn ?XTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of ?barg?. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, or a Club of New Subscribers, will receive ku EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of fchargs. "RATES OF ADVERTISING. I Squnro 1st Insertion. Sl.fiO . ?? ? 2d" " . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or 'one incb of Advertising space, Administrator's Notices.$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, &c.$w 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not exceeding one Square, insertod without ?b?rge. ?:o:? tfSf Terms Cash in Avance. Browning & Browning,...

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 June 1873

GOD -A-lNfTJ OUR COUNTRY. 1 always in advance SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 14, 1873. NUMBER 18 IPixB ORANGEBURG NEWS PUBLISHED AT fem j^TsroE? uHGr Every Saturday Morning. BT THE tihAtfGEBTJRG NEWS COMPANY ?:o: TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy for one year. $2.00 ?? Six Months. 1^00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for a vlnb of Now Subscribers, will receive fln F.XTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any one Bending FIVE DOLLARS, or a Club of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COrY for SIX MONTHS, free of charge. ?:n:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. I Square 1st Insertion. . Si.50 . ? 2<f ?? . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or Vna Inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, .$5 00 Noticcp of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrator?, Executors, &c.Sw 00 Cwiiraot Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. . ?:o:?? J MAURI AOL and FUNERAL NOTICES, not exceeding one Square, inserted without ?barge. __.0._ , VST Terms Cash in Avance, -?a Browning & Browning, . ...

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 June 1873

Why Did Jacob Weep? And Jacob kissed Kachel, and lifted up bis voice, aud wept.?Oeu. 29tb ? Chap. 1 Ith verse. If Kachel was a pretty girl, and kept her faco clean, we can't see that Jacob had much to weep about.?NeiO York Globe. How do you kuow but that she slap ped him iu the face.? ??A/". 0 Delta. Geutlemen, hold your gab. The cause of Jacob's weeping wns the refu sal of Kachel to allow him to kiss her ngain.?Eltij. It is our opinion that Jacob wept be cause he hadn't kissed her Sofore, and regretted the timo ho had lost.?Aye.. Green?verdant, all of you. The fel low boo booed because she did not kiss him in returu.?Lanchester Adver tiser* No, gentlemen, none ofyoU aro correct. Tho reason why Jacob wept was, he was ntraid she would tell his mamma.?Jer sey Telegraph. May be she bit him.? Yazoo Whig, May it not bo that it was his first at tempi at kissing 1 If so, she ought to have bit him.?Montemon Enquirer. What a list of innocents. We kuow for we have tried it on. There wcie no t...

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 June 1873

Why Did Jacob W*ep T And Jacob kissed Kachel, and. lilted up bis voice, aud wept.?Gcu. 2'Jth Chap. 1 Ith verso. If Rachel was a pretty girl, and kopt her face clean, wc can't see that Jacob had much to weep about.?NeiO York Globe. How do you know but that she slap ped him iu the faco.? ??A7". O Delta. Geutlemen, hold your gab. The causo of Jacob's weeping was tho rr . ? sal of Kachel to allow him to kiss uer again.?Flay. It is our opinion that Jacob wept be cause ho hadn't kissed her before, and tcgrctled the time ho had lost.?Aye. Grccu?verdaut, all of you. The fel low boo booed because she did not kiBS him in return.?Lunchcstcr Adver tiser. No, gcntlomcn, none ofyoU aro correct. Tho reason why Jacob wept was, he Was nlraid she would tell his mamma.?Jer sey Tejegraph. May be she bit him.? Yazoo Whig* May it not bo that it was his Grst at tempt at kissing ? If so, she ought to have bit him.?MoHsemon Enquirer. What a list of innocents. We know for wo havo tried it on. There wcie no t...

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 June 1873

Wby l>ld Jacob Weep ? And Jacob kissed Racket, and. lifted up bis voice, aud wept.?Gen. 29tb ? Chap. 1 Ith verso. If Rachel W38 a pretty girl, and kept her fuco clean, wo cau't Bee that Jacob had much to weep about.?New York Globe. How do you know but that she slap ped him in the face.? ??N. O Delta. Gentlomen, hold your gab. The cause of Jacob's weeping was tho rclu sal of Rachel to allow him to kiss her again.?Flay. It is our opinion that Jaoob wept be cause ho hadn't kissed her bofore, and regretted tho time ho had lost.?Aye. Green?verdunt, all of you. The fel low boo booed because she did not kiss him in return.?Luncheaier Adver tiser. No, gentlomen, noue ofyoU aro correct. The reason why J*acob wept was, he Was afraid sho would tell his mamma.?Jer sey Tcleyraph. May bo she bit bim.? Yazoo Whig, May it not bo that it was his first at tempt at kissing ? If so, she ought to have bit him.?Monsemon Enquirer. What a list of innocents. We know for we havo tried it on. There wcie no...

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