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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 14 June 1873

Ill) AY, JUNE 14, 1 The French Theatre in New York sold for $100,000.--- Exx-hange. Thn proposed Gortuan theatre to be built it) i\ew Y'ork city will co?t $500, 000? Ex. Consequently, German must be just five times ns difficult as French. It is said that there is not a citizen of Maine Worth a million of dollars.?Ex. A strict regard for veracity compels us, regretfully, to say the same of Orangeburg. Sandwich Inlanders huvo sent over two thousand dollars tu the dutawute iu Franoe.?Ex. Having no old clothes they were obliged tosend the cash. Marriod women in Pennsylvania have the exclusive right to their individual r-arningn.?Ex. The law would bo more humane to ghe the unmarried women a right to their individual yearnings. " ' k ~~. . . Queen Victoria's butter commands th ? highest price iu the JLoudou market.? Ex. We were disposed to doubt this until we remembered that her Majesty's babies era all weaned. Aurora, 111., is to have a Fourth of July speech from Hen Buttel.?Ex. Hope it ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 14 June 1873

jL, o c & 1,. ?SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1878. Tho French Theatre In New Y?tb? ?old for 8H)0,000.? E.eehany*s. The proposed German theatre to bo built lu iNew York city will coat $5U0, 000? Ex. Consequently, German must be just fire times ns difficult as French. It is said that there is not a citizen of jSlaibe worth a million of dollars.?Ex. A strict regard for veracity compels us, regretfully, to say tho sumo of Orangeburg. Sandwich Ldnudcrs havo sent over # two thousand dollars tu the dustttute iu * Franco.?Ex. Having uo old clothes they were obliged to send the cash. Married women in Fcnnsylrania hive the exclusive right to their individual rarniugs.?Ex. The law would bo more humane to fchc the unmarried women a right tu their individual yearnings. Queen Victoria's butter commands th ; highest price iu the Loudou market.? Ex We were disposed to doubt this until we retnetxbered that her Majesty's babie? arc all weaned. ,': e<._ Aurora, III., ia to have a Fourth of July speech fro...

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. — 14 June 1873

Poor ?iico?Very Rich Now. Of the New York millionaires William B. ABtorisone of the very few men of vast inheritance who have incroosrd instead of diminishing it. What a long lift of] sol f-creatod sons of Crccsus huvojwc here There is Cornelius Vandorbilt, who begun life with nu old pirogue, running between Stuten Iblaud aud this city, and carryiug gardqn stuff to market. With two or three tbousurid dollars raised from flint source, be entered upon stoadi fy increasing enterprises uutil ho has ?massed the enormous sum of 830,000, 000. Alexander T Stowart first bought a few laces at au- tion, and opened bis way to success in a dingy little shop on Broadway, nonr the'site of his wholesale establish mcnt. Dauiel Drew in his early enrcer, was n cattle-driver, at the munificent rate ot 75 cents a day, nnd he has driven him self iuto an estate valuod at from 823, 000,000 to s:?o,ooo,ooo. Gcorgo Law forty five years ago was a common day laborer on tho docks, and at present counts his fort...

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. — 14 June 1873

Poor ?ncV-Yery Rich flow. Of the New York millionaires William B. AEtorisone of ?ho very tew men of vast inheritance who havo incroasrd instead of diminishing it. What a long lift of solf-oreated sons of Cra-sus havojwc horo There is Cornelius Vnndorbilt, who began lifo with au old pirogue, running between Stuten Ibland and this city, and j carrying gardqn stuff to market. With two or three thousand dollars raised from tftat source, ho cnte.ed upon oteadi fy increasing ontorpriscs until hp has amassed the enormous sum of $50,000, 000. j Alexander T Stowart Brst bought a few laces at auction, and opened his way to -success in a dingy little shop on Broadway, noar tho*sitc of hip wholesale establishment. Daniel Drew in his early enreer, was a cattle-driver, at the munificent rate of 75 cents a day, and he has driven him self iuto an estate valuod at from $25, 000,000 to $30,000,000. Gc?rgo Law forty.five years ago was a common day laborer on the docks, and at present counts his fortun...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 21 June 1873

TWO DOLLARS PKIl ANNUM. r GLUME 7. GOD JV>r?"OXJl^ COyNTRY. ? ALWAYS IN CE SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1873. W, NUMBER 19 THE ORANGEBURG NEWS ? . ?:o:? PUBLISHED AT O'rlANGEBIJTlG Every Saturday Morning. BY THE ORANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ono Copy for one year. $2.00 ?? ?? ' ?? Six Months. 1.00 Any one sending TKN DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subscribers, will rocoivo rin EXTKA COPY for ONE YKAR, free of charge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, or a Club of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of charge. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 - Square 1st Insertion. $1.r>0 .? ?? 2d M . 1.00 A Squaro consists of 10 lines Brevier or vjne inch of Advertising apace. Administrator's Notices.-$5 00 ?Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, &c.$0 00 Contract Advertisements inserted'upon the most liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not exceeding ono Square, inserted without charge. ?:o:? Terms Cash in dvanee. -*?a J. FELDER ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 21 June 1873

GOD AJST?" OUK CO l,T TsTT I t"Y*. -J ALWAYS IN ADVANCE SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1873. N UMBER 19 THE ORANGEBURG NEWS Published a t Every Saturday Morning. BY Til K ORANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Ono Copy for one year. $2.00 ?? ? ' ?' Six Months. 1.00 Any one sending TKN DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ON R YEAR, free of charge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, nr a Club of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of charge. ? :o:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.50 .? ?? 2d ?? ' . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or nne inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices.$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, ?e.$0 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, hot exceeding one Square, inserted without charge. asy* Terms Cash in dvanee. "V3a e J. FELDER MEYERS, TRIAL JUSTICE. OFFicfi COURT HOUSE SQUARE...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 21 June 1873

How lam Ito ports Are made. A CoQinjUtc of 111o liar Association, in u recent communication, call attention to the evils of.the "present system of Law Reporting, which (hey show up in n great variety of ways, and by a exhibition of BOine fact.? wh'ch show that the makers of law books, like ether gentry, nro "a connnerclnl people." This matter is chiefly interesting to the lawyers whose pockets are depleted for tho purchase of these books, and whose shelves aro en cumbered with the ponderous tomes. Rut the people are interested, also, in ?whatever adds to the cost of legal services ns the time and money consumed over these useless hooks certainly do. How unnecessary and how undiscriniinaliug these law. reports uro, a few statements from the Committee's communication will show. Seven independent, reporters in this State now issue seveu series ol regular reports, in all averaging some eighteen volumes aunu illy, Iii the 565 yours ending in 1872, tho law reports published in Luhgluud am...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 21 June 1873

Jflttw law Kcjxm Is Are made. A Committc of tlie Bur Association, in s? recent communication, call attcntiou to the evils uf tlie present eystqui nf Law Reporting, which they show up in n great variety of ways, and by a exhibition of some facts uh'ch show that the makers of law books, liko etiler gentry, are "a commercial' people." This matter is chiclly interesting to the lawyers whose pocket* are depleted for tho purchase of these book", Und whoso shelves arc on - cumbered with tho ponderous tomes. Rut tho people are interested, also, in Whatever adds to the cost of legal services ns the lime and money consumed over these useless hooks certainly do. Mow unnecessary and how nndisci imiiialiug these law reports arc, a few statements from the Committee's communication w ill show. Seven independent reporters in this Stale now issue seven series ol tegular reports, iu all averaging some eighteen volumes annu illy. In the 505 years ending in 1 .S7:2, the law reports published in England...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 21 June 1873

The mao most likely to make his mark iu the world?one who euunot write Iiis own nninc. Muking a "local application" of thiH ltilo, what a number or" distinguished hicn we have iu Oraiigeburg County ! Light is like a burglar?it is contin ually breaking iu upon somebody. ? So lhat old fogies arc your true ,lbur fciat proof." No light ever break? in on lucuj. . A game of br-so ball in Cranston. Town, was interrupt! d the other day iu a singular manner : A cow Ciiughl the bull ou its bounding way and swallowed it. Helton's root-ball is about a foot in diameter. Let's see the cow who dare ewnllow ..'uff. Unless she has Mr. bull's permission This is from the Augusta (Ca.) {.'Ar* miete: "Delinquent subscribers should ti"t ?permit their daughters to wear this |)iipcr for a bustle. There. being so much due on it, there is danger of tak ing a told.' The Abbeville Medium modestly says that "the climate of Abbeville is so genial, and her society so olevated and hospitable, that n number of cli ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 21 June 1873

Kn-loozlc-uiu. I k 1 In aneient days those lived a Turk, A horrid beast within the East, Whodid tho Prophet's holy work, * As Baba.of Jerusalem. Ho had a daughter, sweet and smirk, Complexion fuir, und dark blue hair, With naught about her like a Ti.rk . Except tho name, Ka-foozle-um. Oh! Ka-foozle-um! Ka-foozle-um ! Ka-foo/le am! Oh ! Ka-fooilc-atn I the daughter of tho Bn bs! A youth rosided nenrto she; His name was Sara, a perfect Iamb ; He was of ancient pedigree And came from old Methusalem. IIa drove a trade, and prospered well, In skins of cats and ancient hats: And ringing at the Baba'Bbell, He saw ami loved Ka-foozlc-um. If 8am had been a Mussulman, Ho might havo sold the Baba old, And with a verso of Alcorun Have managed to bnmboozle him: ut, oh devr uo ! he tried to scheme, a?s?d ono night Into, the area gato, And sto!e up to the Turk's h.ireem, To carry off Ka-fonzlc tun. Tho Buba was about to smoke, His slaves rushed in with horriil din. "Mnshalla, dogs your house hare ...

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. — 28 June 1873

T\YO DOLLARS P-ER ANNUM. \ VOLUME 7. i . ? .. 5. 1 .mi GOD AND OUR OOTTNTRY t, : SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 28. 1873. All? n . r ?: ?<t*tt* ??fer 19 <J ALWAYS IN ADVANCE ; ri ?' NUMBER 22 the orangeburg news ?:o:? * ^ ' PUBLISHED AT Oi^AisroTT:r,TJT^Gr Every Saturday Morning. BY TITE ORANOEBITRG NEWS COMPANY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy for one year. $2.00 ? m ?? Six Months. 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for n Clnb of New Subscribers, will rcceivo nn EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of -charge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, or a Club of Now Subscribers, wdll receive j?n EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, freo of R.VTE8 OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $l..r>0 ti ?? 2d " . 1.00 A Squaro consists of 10 lines Brevier or ?ne inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices.$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, &c.$0 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. ? v . * ?:ot?> MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not exceeding o...

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 June 1873

TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. } <! ALWAYS IN ADVANCE VOLUME 7. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE % 1873. NUMBER 22 THE ORANGEBURG- NEWS PUBLISHED AT 0 TTAtST GrTT/R XJ Tt O Every Saturday Morning. BY THE ?RANGEBURU NEWS COMPANY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ono Copy for one year. $1.00 " " ?? Six Months...,. 1.00 Any one sen.ling TEN DOLLARS, for n Clnb of Now Subscriber*, will receive nn EXTRA COPY for ONF. YEAR, free of charge. Any one sending FIVE DOLL A US, or a Club of Now Subscribers, will receive *n EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, freo of charge. ?:o:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1..r>0 it it 2d " . *'00 A Square consists of 10 lines Rrevicr or ono inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices.$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, .\c. Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. ?:o:?-. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not exceeding one Square, inserted without charge. -?:oi? ' w&- Terms Cash in Avance, ""?a J. FELDER, MEYERS,...

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 June 1873

TWO DOLLARS l'ER ANNUM. }? . GOD A.1MX) OTJH COTTNTIiY. ^ ALWAYS IN ADVANOB VOLUME 7. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 28, 1873. NUMBER 22 THE ORANGEBURG NEWS ?:o:? PUBLISHED AT Every Saturday Morning. BY Til E ORANGEBITRG NEWS COMPANY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy for one year. $2.0(1 ? " " Six Months. 1.00 Any one sonuing TEN DOLLARS, for n Ohib of Now Subscribers, will receive nn EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, freo of charge. Any one son-ling FIVE DOLLARS, or a Club of Now Subscribers, will receive ?n BXT&A CQPY for SIX MONTHS, freo of charge. ? to;? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. S1.r>0 ? i ?i 2d " . ??0<) A Sqnaro consists of 10 lines Brevier or ?tie. inch of Advertising splice. Administrator's Notices.$r> 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, kc.$0 On Contract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUN F.F. AT, NOTICES, not exceeding one Square, inserted without charge. ?to:? stsr Terms Cash in Avance. ~"&...

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 June 1873

A fee**! wind?a sneeze. A oorn extractor?A crow. A smart thing?A mustard plaster. A serious turn?Twisting one's neck. An application of powdered blueing will instantly relieve the sting of an in sect. Chicago real estate operator to his wife: "Do you love roe, dear?" She: "Lots." [KidJ ] "Do you lovo me 7" He: "Corner Lots." [Several kisses] A clergy ms n said tho other day that modern young ladies were not the dnnghters of Shem and Ham, but the daughters of Hem and Sham. An editor says bis ancestors bare beeu in the habit of living a h undrod years. His oppouent responds by saying "that was before the introduction of capita 1 punishment." An English lady ato oysters all through the month of August, when she could get them, under tho supposition that there was an "r" in that month. ??'Oigust" was the way she spelled it. An editor asserts that his ancestors have been in the habit of living a hun dred years. His opponent responds by paying that "that was before the intro duetion of ca...

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 June 1873

A head wind?a sneeze. A oorn extractor?A crow. A smart thing?A mustard plaster. A serious turn?Twisting one's neck. An application of powdered blueing will instantly relieve the Bting of an in sect. Chicago real estate operator to his wife: ? 'Do you lovo me, dear 7" She: ??Lota." [Kiss ] "Do you lovo me 1" He: "Corner Lots." [Several kisses] V jSjclergyman said tho other day that modern young ladies were not tho dnngbtera of Sbem and Ham, but the daughters of Hem and Sham. Au editor says bis ancestors have beeu in the habit of living a h uodrod years. Hin opponent responds by saying "that was before the introduotiou of capita 1 punishment." An Engli&h lady ate oysters all through tho month of August, when she could get them, under tho supposition i that there was an "r" in that month. ''OrgUBt" wuB the way she spoiled it. An cdi'or asserts that bis ancestors Iiavo been in the babit of living a hun dred years. His opponent responds by paying that "that was before the intro ducti...

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 June 1873

A bead wind?a sneeze. A oorn extractor?A crow. A smart thing?A mustard plaster. A serious turn?Twisting one's neck. An application of powdered blueing will ioBtsntly relieve the sting of an in sect. Chicago rsal estate operator to his wife: "Do you love me, dear 7" She: "Lots." [Kiss ] "Do you love me 7" He: "Corner Lots." [Several kisses] 1/V *H: clergyman said the other day that modern young ladies were not the daughters of Sbetn and Ham, but the daughters of Hem and Sham. An editor says his ancestors have beeu in the habit of living a 1. undred years. His opponent responds by saying "that was before the introduction of capita 1 , punishment." An English lady ate oysters all through the month of August, when she; oould get them, under the supposition that there was an "r" in that month. ? "Orgust" was the way she spoiled it. An editor asserts that his ancestors have been in the habit of living a hun dred years. His opponent responds by i ?ayiog that "that was before the intro duct...

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. — 28 June 1873

YT?RD?Y. JUNii 28 IS No more raiu is boginultig to. bo needed in this sect ion. A review of fifty thousand solders look plnoe in Vic mm, on the 4th inst., la honor of the Cz&t.-^Ex. What an interest the Csar must take in the tinwure of his subjects! The woman question?How ab?'1 1 have my summer auit made ? The boys are happy at the uear ap proach of vacation. J. Felder Meyers, Esq., returned yes terday from Columbia, where bo bus teen attending to some important busi Hess. We regret to loarn that tho Hon. James L. Jamison, State Seuator from this County, is lying dungorously ill at . Columbia. pub docs? Thanks to tho Hons. R. B Klliot and J\. 3. Hausier for valuable public Docu ments. cotton seed wav ted? 25 cents cash per bushel will bo paid for 20 bushels pf oottou seed, delivered. Apply at this office. ? im? - - ? <?? sewing machines? See.Mr. Simmon's advertisement of Wheeler & Wilson's celebrated Sewing Ma cbiu es. We regret to loaru of the death, biet weck, of an inf...

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. — 28 June 1873

LOCAL, -- - ^ SATURDAY, JUNK 28, 1873. No more rain is beginultig to. be needed in this seotion. A review of fifty thousand solders took place In Vienna, on the 4th inst., in honor of the Czar.-^/?c. What an interest tho Czar must lake in the tiuware of his subjects! The woman qucstiou?How shall I have my summer suit made '{ The boys are happy at the uear ap proach of vacation. J. Felder Meyers, Esq., returned yes terday from Coluubia, where bo bus ?been attending to somo important butu uess. We regret to learn that tho lion. James L. Jamison, Stute Seuator from this County, is lying dangerously ill at Columbia. pud docs? Thanks to the Hons. It 1J Klliut and A. J. Hausier fur valuable public Docu ments. cotton seed wav ted? 26 cents cash per bushel will be paid for 20 bushels ot outtou seed, delivered. Apply at this office. sewix? machines See.Mr. Simmon's advertisement of Wheeler & Wilson's celebrated Sewing Machines. We regret to learn of the death, luet week, of an infant chi...

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. — 28 June 1873

tiO O AL, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 18T4d. No more rain is beginning to. be needed in this section. A review of fifty thousand solders took plaoe in Vienna, on the 4th inst., in houor of the Czar.-^tf.c. What an interest the Czar must take in the tinware of hie subjects! The woman question?How shall I hare my summer suit made 7 The boys are happy at the uear ap p' -oh of vaoatisn. J. Felder Meyers, Esq., returned yes terday fruui Coluubia, whure h? has been attending to some important busi ucsa. We regret to lo;?rn that iho lion. James L. Jamison, State Seuator from *his County, is lying dangerously ill at Columbia. run DOCS? Thanks to tho Hons. R R Elliot and _A. J. Hausier fur valuable public Docu ments. COTTOX SEED WAV TED? 25 cents cash per bushel will be paid for 20 bushels ol ootlou seed, delivered. Apply at tjlia oflieo. SE WJXO MA CHINES? See.Mr. Simmon's advertisement of Wheeler & Wilson's ce'ebrated Sewing Machines. We regret to learn of the death, last week, of an infant chi...

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. — 28 June 1873

Darwinism in tlio Kitchen. JTI TIT TU i ftTfl \ ? F ? IT I i&sjtakia' oft my bonnet Qne artornoon, at three, hen a binseok juaip'd ?peti It, Ab proved to bu a fleo. Thon I takes it to the grato, Between the bars te stick it; But 1 hnda't loag te wait Ere it changed tuto a cricket. Says I, "CuroA'c ray senses Is a-gettin' in a fog," So to drownd it I ceiumcnccs, Whou it halters to a frog. Hero my heart h?gan to thump, And no wonder I felt funky: For the frog, with one big jump, Leap'd hisself into a monkey. Then I open'd wide my eyes, His features for to scan, And observed, with great surprise, That the monkey was a man. But he vanished from my sight, But 1 sunk upon the tloer, Just n& Missus, with n light, Como inside the kitching door. Then beginning to abuse me, She says, "Sarah, you've been di inkin'! I says, "No, mum, you'll excuse me, But I've merely been a-thinking. "But, as sure as I'amn cinder, That party, what you seo ? A-gettin' out o' winder, Have developed from ....

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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