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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 16 August 1873

CONTINUED FROM I?T TAGE, a heartfelt prayer, after which the usual masonic ceremonies attending the laying of a ?fcorner stone were performed. Antony the art tales buried in the corner stone were various specimens of coin, one bearing the date 1700, quito a col leotfoh"' Of Confederate bonds and bills, copies of the Ornngeburg Times and Orangcbutg News, a paper prepared by Sjitnuel Dibble, Esq , giving statistics of tho town and county, nnd various other articles which escape my memory. The following is a summary of Mr. Dibble's rtatistioul paper: STATISTICS FOR TIIK STONE. "This building is erected by tho cor poration knowu as 'The Orangeburg Agricultural and Mechanical Aasooia tirtu.'" "The provisional directors of this, association wore: Thomas A. BUjott,,Ai. B\, Wm. F. Barton, John L floorer, Jacob G. Waouamaker, F. II. W. Briggaiaon, John S. Bowman and Samuel Dibble, Dr. Elliott boing presi dent. On May 10, 1873, the capttul stock of 95,000 hayiug been fully sub scribed,, tho a...

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. — 16 August 1873

Where Was the Union He raid Inst Senator Sanders Ford died. h?et Sun ? .? I'innsbuio. Wc shall try to give our readers something beaides polities next week. Last year Dyas received (iOT ."votes lor the Scnatorelrtp. This year he 'received but :>U. Sigirfieant. Judge Cookc, General Hogc and Kdi t.i Northrop will please iui'oriu us who is to be Kiug of America?aud why? Andrews will be "returned" to Colum bia. Uyas will return to Charleston. Not such a great diti'ereucc alter all. ?Thote was a "merry Andrews" iu torn list Q hursday morning when tbej elcctiou rrturns came in. Rain, rain, rain. Nothing but rain aud politics all over the County during the past week. WANKS? Mfs. I. 1*. Thombso i will please ac cept our thanks lor ban luotue pro?6ut ol figs and grape:-. -f\ , ?.??,.,,, . - It is said that Guiguard received one % 'A-'-'* v? ;?? \ * . ., j vote at Lev, '-ville. The Byas men .say that whoever o.*st that vote was a bolter, and that bolting ought to he severely punished. TASK...

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. — 16 August 1873

Where Wits the Union livrald lust Tuesday ? tor Sanders Ford died, last Sun dsy.ufc Wiutisboro We shall try tu give our readers something besides politics next week. Last year liyns received (507 /roten for the Senatorslflp. This year he received but 514. Signfieant. Judge Oooke, General Hugo and Ktti t.-i Northrop will plcaac iuibitu us who is to be Kiug of America?and why 7 Andrews will be "returned" to Colum Via. Ryas will re>.urn to Charleston. Not ?u;h a great difference alter all. ?There was a "rmrry Andte.v.i" iu torn ls'st 3 hursday morning when lliej election rrlurns came in. Rain, rain, rain. Nothing hut ruts and politics all over the County during the past week. TU ASKS? Mrs. [. I*. Tho'ups? l will ploasc ac cept our thanks fur a hntrldoinu pru?ou; ot figs and grape:-. It is Said that Guiguurd received one vote at Lewisvilh* The By as men say j that whoever cast that vote was a bolter, and that bolting ought to be sc\truly | punished. TAXES'. TAX RH !! Next Wednesday i...

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. — 16 August 1873

Where Was the i'nion Herold last Tuesday ? SjOOtttor Sander.s Ford died, last Sun d?y;ag\yit|Dsh/urb. We shall try to give our readers Something besides politics next week. Last year lKa* received (?07 rotes lor the Sonatorshlp. This year he received but 514. Sigtrfieanl. Judge Cooke, General Huge and Kdl t.-r Northrop will plcu^e iul'ortu us who is to be Kiti" of America?aud why? Andrews will bo "returned" to Colum bia, liyaa will return to Charleston. Not such a great diti'creuee after all. ? Thote wus a "merry Andrews'/ iu torn last ''1 hursday morning when the election rrturns came in. ??T> - - --?"war, Rain, min, rain. Nothing but rain and politics all over the County during the past week. THANKS? Mrs. 1. I*. Thontpso:i will ploasc ac cept our thank.- for a handsome pro?ou; ol figs and grapes. It is said that Guigu.ird received one vote at Lewisvillc. The tyyas men say that whueror cast that vote was a bolter, und that boltiug ought to he hcitrulj punished. TA t.KSl TAXES! !...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 16 August 1873

The Celebrated Judge Ljnch. .Mr. Bartholomew Lynch, who resides over Kelloggrs Fourth District Court, and who has won such une viable nrrfo rioty iu the tri il of the Picayune libel case, is n son of old Erin, and speaks the English with a broad brogue There is a humorous us well as au irascible pharsc to Lynch'* charactor. It is related of him that not long since a lawyer?who is also a eon of the Green Isle?was arguing a BOtnuwhut tedious case before him, when Lynch having satisfied himself as the merits of the ense, and dreading a lengthy speech, said quite abruptly to the voluble uttor acy whom wc shall name Ilngan : 'Mister Hagau, sit down, sir!' The attorney, with a coolness that was refreshing pi.id cot the slightest attention to the command, and proceed ed with his argunn nt. 'Mister Hagan,' said Lynch, rather more pointedly, 'take your eate sir !' The lawyer scarcely noticed the inter ruption, but plunged ahead as vigorously as ever. Lynch was now excited, and turning to the...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 16 August 1873

The Celebrated Judge Lynch. M r. Bartholomew Lynob, who resides ovor Kellogg's Fourth District Court, nnd who bns won such nnevinble notn rioty in the tri si of the Picayune libel caso, is a son of old Krin, nnd speaks tho English with a broad brogue. There is a humorous as well as nu irascible phursc to Lynch's churactor. It is related of him that nut long since a lawyer?vho i8 also a eon of the Green Isle?was arguing a somewhat tedious case before him, when Lynch having satisfied himself us the merits of the case, nnd dreading a longthy speech, said quite abruptly to the volublo uttor | ?cy whom we shull name Hagau : 'Mieter Hagau, sit down, sir!' The attorney, with a coolness that was refreshing pi.id not tho slightest attention to the command, and proceed ed with his nrgunn nt. 'Mister Hngan,' said Lynch, rather more pointedly, 'take yonr sate sir !' Tho lawyer scarcely noticed the inter ruption, but plunged ahead as vigorously ns ever. Lynch was now excited, and turning to the ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 16 August 1873

Tho Celebrated Judge Lynch. Mr. Bartholomew Lynch, who resides oror Kellogg"* Fourth District Court, nnd who-has won such nneviuble notn riety in the tri * I of the Picayune libel caso, is a son of old ?in, nnd speaks tho English with a broad broguo. There is a humorous us well as au irascible pbur9C tu Lynch's churactor. It is rclulcd of him that' not long since a lawyer?who is also a sun of the Green Isie?was arguiug. a somewhat tedious case before him, wbeu Lynch having sutibticd himself as the merits of the case, nnd drrnding a longthy speech, said quite abruptly to the volublo utlor ?ey whom we shall name Ilagun : 'Mister Ilagan, sit down, sir!' The attorney, with u cooluess that was refreshing pnid Dot tho slightest attention to the command, and proceed ed with his argunn nt. 'Mister Hagau,' said Lynch, rather more pointedly, 'take your s?te sir !' Tho lawyer scarcely noticed tho inter runt ion. but plunged ahead as vigorously ns ever. Lynch was now excited, and turning to the...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 16 August 1873

The Celebrated Judge Lynch. Mr. Bartholomew Lynch, who resides over Kellogg's Fourth District Court, nnd who hns won such noevhtble notn rioty in the trhtl oF the Picayune libel easo, is n son of old Erin, and speaks the English with a broad brogue. There is a humorous as well as au irascible pburac to Lynch's character. It is related of him that' uot long since a lawyer?'who iB also a son of the Green Isle?was arguiug a somewhat tedious case, before him, when Lynch having satihfud himself as the merits of the ense, and dreading a longthy speech, said quite abruptly to the volublo uttor acy whom we shull name Ilngnn : 'Mieter llagan, sit down, sir !' The attorney, with n coolness that was refreshing pi>id not the slightest attention to the command, and proceed ed with his argunn nt. 'Mister Hagan/ said Lynch, rather more pointedly, 'take yonr sate sir !' The lawyer scarcely noticed the inter ruption, but plunged ahead as vigorously as ever. Lynch was now excited, and turning to t...

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. — 23 August 1873

VOLUME 7. SATURDAY MORNING,'AUGUST 23, 18T3. NUMER 30 PUBLISHED AT OBANGEBURG ??ery Saturday Moraing. BT TBK ORANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY ?:o?? . TERM8 OF SU BSCRTPT TON. ?a* Cs?y far one ; sar. $2.00 ?*" ? *? Six Months... 1.00 Any etas sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Cln* af New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY Tor ONE YEAR, free of caarfe. Any one sending FIVE BOLLARS, or a Cln a of New Subscribers, will receive #>n EXTRA COPT for SIX MONTHS, free of ?Tg ?V ' RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Sqnarc" let Insertion. $1.80 2d " . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or isab tf Advertising space. Administrator's Notices,.~...$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, &o.$0 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the aae^Utsjrtltf^jr* ?to:? MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, net exeesdieg ens Square, inserted without ?jaxrflsW^^' ?:o:? ?er Terms Cash in tl rnnee. 1 FELDER MEYERS, TRI Ali JUSTICE* OFFICE COURT HOUSE SQUARE, "Will give prompt attention to all busi...

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. — 23 August 1873

? _ - j Hfl nt TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. J> GOD A.JNT1) OUR COUNTRY. VOLUME 7. SATURDAY MORNING/AUGUST 23, 1873. ? I1 .< - -{ ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. NUMER 30 TM ORANGEBURG NEWS ??:o:?? PUBLISHED AT OR-A.iNrGrEj3TJRGr ?Tcry Saturday Morning, BT THE OBANGERURG NEWS COMPANY ?:ot? TERM 8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. ??? Copy far ane year. $2.00 ??'*? " " Six Months. 1.00 Aay ?n? lending TEN DOLLARS, far a Cltile ef New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COFY for ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any ens sending FIVE DOLLARS, ?r a tflu* ef New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY far SIX MONTHS, free of *r,#*. ? :o:? ' rates OF ADVERTISING. 1 Sonar* 1st Insertion. $l.r>0 " 2d I " . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or ?a* last ef Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, .^...$f> 00 Notfee? of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, &c.$0 00 Ceatrasi Advertisements inserted upon the saast liberal terms. ?to:? MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, Square, inserted without not ??sed...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 23 August 1873

A letter of inquiry?tho letter y. Martial children?Infant in arms. ? .'Wire y fellows?Tolograph Ope ra tors. Never discuss anything with anybody. Life is too short. A dull season?Boarding house pep per. "?ohn Smith lives in New York this year. There are 248 of him. Tho paco of New Orleans funerals averages twelve miles on hour. A Small boy has gravely asked this question; "La, does heartburn mean sick alter your girl ?' ' ? Portland has a'Widows' Wood Socie ty"?but who ever knew of a widow who wouldn't. -A Virginia lady, gathering berrios, was lately struck twice in the breast by a rattlcsmako, but thanks to toilet arti fices escaped harm. "Mamma, I dess Dod is t>oiug to play croquet; he's dot his wicket set " said a little tour year old girl looking at a rain bow. The girls in a Springfield, Miss., fac ? tory arc supplied by the proprietors with chewing gum, iu order that they may not waste time iu talking. A Keutucky editor speaks of a local genius who has been a persevering co...

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. — 23 August 1873

A letter of inquiry?the letter y. .Martial children?Infant inarms. ? ;Wird y fellows?Telograph Opera tors. Nevor discuss anything with anybody. Life is too short. A dull season?Boarding house pep* por. *tf6hn Smith lives in New York this year. There are 248 of him. Tho paco of New Orleans funerals averages twelve miles on hour. A small boy has gravely asked this question; "Pa, does heartburn mean siok aller.your girl ?' ? Portland has a -Widows' Wood Socie ty"?but who cvor knew of a widow who wouldn't. ?A. Virginia lady, gathering berries, was lately struck twice in the breast by a rattlesniake, but thanks to toilet arti fices escaped harm. " Mamma, I dess Dod is (,oiog to play croquet; he's dot his wicket set " said a iittlc tour year old girl looking at a rain bow. Tho girls in a Springfield, Miss., fac -tory arc supplied by tho proprietors with chewing gum, in order that they may not waste time in talking. A Kentucky editor speaks of a local -genius who has been a persevering con...

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. — 23 August 1873

OA r.. , ?UGTST 23, 1873. TRIAL JUSTICK URO WNIN St illt some very important ca9es before hin during the past week. Kxskiel has just receivedu fresh sup pV of "Flit Dutch and Drum head . Cabbage seeds from D. Landreth & Son, Orangeburg has a Major aud Alder men?not an Intendant and Wardens, "Will the Charleston Neio$ Ac, please "take s note" and remember ? I '?*% FISCBER? ?' Has Sonus eapital Lernen Syurp which makes, with culd water, a pleasant sum ?er drink for Temperance men. Try THANKS? c^e|huk Bozard, Esq., of Middle Township, will please accept our thanks for a present of sweet potatoes?the firut we have seen this season. ?^m^st^.at^ftgx. t tr - IT IS TLB A SING? To see with what unanimity tho Re publieans of thit County do their work. It is pr >phetio of better days. ?United we stand ; divided we fall." TBS BEAUTIFUL**. -9 II e?7. a ?. u a * a Residence belonging to Mr. Ezekiel, Market Street, is searing completion It wR! add to the beauty of that portion Ron; Thompson...

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. — 23 August 1873

JUKI CUL X*. LDAY, AUGT3T 23, 1873. TRIAL JUSTICE BROWNING? Had ?ome very important oases before bin during the past week. ' Ksekiel has just received a froah sup ply of Flat Dutch and Drum-head Cabbage seeds from D. Landreth & Son. Orangeburg has a Mayor and Alder men?not an Intendant and Wardens, Will the Charleston Newt Ac, please "take a note" and remember 7 A. rtacasR? Has softe capital Lernen Syury which makes, with cold water, a pleasant sum j noer drink for Temperance men. Try it. THANKS? Joshua Rozard, Esq., of Middle Township, will please accept our thanks for a present of sweet potatoes?the first we have seen this season. - ?? - IT IS PLEASING? To see with what uoaniuity tho Re publicans of this County d j their work. It is pr >phetio of better days. "United rre stand ; divided we fall." THE BEAUTIFUL? Residence belonging to Mr. Ezekiol, on Market Street, ia Bearing completion . It will arid to the beauty of that portion of our Burg. . Hdrj: Thompson II. Cooke was ...

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. — 23 August 1873

Tits ovening star swings clear Mid white, 1 listen o'er Iiis hin? for lief Who UrlnV, to nvojflQto^pjU>lighrv^ Down the lar western slopos site comes, AU slow and. nnu-likc, druppO'l in yrny : MiT thoughtful bn-w, liui t ?a'll'i-' (?>??-, Vl ess baek tin- i-in v% ?lint; cue* o! 'J:iy. More cnltM U :>n Ii-jjmIc- - wheel's rlouds; MotO stul 111ilit autumn s |m-yv gold li:i/.?'. I'ut lull of strength lib angels' ?>v<", flic ronH liie stone from buried days. Sliejn^s b< r t\np?m? on mineey.es. Ami breathes her liiftgic in 111ii??> ear, And then 1 s<?r, er seeln* to see And know nut it 1 dream or lieiir. ]"nt nil the ?'ear lo t shadowf paw; Their eyes reproach mc lliai 1 slay : Tako dyingwinds nt full of night, Their voicts win my s'.nl away. The sun si ine ol tie lair dead days Gleams faintly through tbeii misty hair, And the pale, awtnl smile of death Replaces that'they loved lu wear. .>L*uT. . The scents, the hues of vanished i pi in^s. The suu-bi igln bloom...

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. — 23 August 1873

When Ar.mgh Iii,. ,..,i;n- - ??? t'n''< The evening Mar swings ote&r hau! white, 1 lislai: o'cr Ute Ii till For hei* Who uttfft^ lqjn*wny . nc ?U-Hg.ht^ajf ojyfc. Down the inr western slopes she comes. All ?low i?nd_iiun-likf, drappe l In gray : UgJ thoughtful brow, her ( >a-ll i-' eye*, l css 1 >;i c-k t Iii- now >\\ii<^ cut-, ol' <l:i v. lt*s-, win'eTs clouds ; oil's irruy gold ha/p. Put lull of strength ae> angels' eye?, Kdic rouM liio ?tone from 1 ? itiiilnys. iMicJays h< r ling??t* on mine eyes. And breathes* her magic in mine ear, And tlun 1 ?"c, or seem ; to >w -- And know not ? 1 dream or heaiv 1'nt idl the i'ear lo t shiulmvp pas*: Thoir eyes reproach mc thiit I slay.: . Lilre dying "winds at full oi* night, Their voieiB w in my soul awn v. Tbc Bunsl ine of tho fair dead days Oleoms faintly through their misty hair, And the pale, awful smile of delith Replaces that they loved to wear. eSttkftttftsfei . The scents. Hie Lue? of vanished i pi ing...

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. — 30 August 1873

TWO DOLLARS l_JK ANN I'M. [ VOLUME T. CK)D AND OUR[ eOUNTl_f. : SATURDAY MOR "~~ ?~- ?Trift <{ ALWAYS IN ADVANCK. ?, ?UOUST 30, 1873. NUMER 31 THE ORANGEBURG NEWS " ****** " 4__;o:-? PUBLISH KD AT ok atsto h: b i t rcj Every Saturday Morning. BY THK ORANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY -?:o:? TERMS OF SURS0RIPT1ON. 'One Copy for one year_?. $'2.00 ?i ? u six Months'. 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for a ?C'lnb of New Subscribers, will receive an ?"EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free .,f ? -charge. Any one sending F1VR DOLLARS, or a Club of Now Subscribers, will r? oeivo ?n EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, freo of arg o. ?:o:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. S1.n0 ?? ? 2d '? . 1.00 A Square consists of lO linfcs Brevier or one ineb of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices. .?...$5 00 IKvytices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, fee.So oo Contract Advertisements inserted upon the ?tost liberal terms. ? ?:o:? M AUW AGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not 'exceeding one ?quar?,...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 30 August 1873

[FOB TBK 0BAK0KBCBO NKWff.] . Htauzaau With grateful hearts your voices mine, Tjj| sound tho the' great Creator's praise, Who by his word disported (he night, /fad form'd the radiant beams of light: Who % icw'd tho hcAv'ns, tho enrth, the akies, And bid the wond'rotia fabric rise. Who view'd bis work nnd found it just, And then created ?11.11 fro n dust, Happy in Eden was be laid Nor did be go astray ; Till, by the serpent, Eve bolrnyod, ? J " J?rst fell and led (be way. Hut' falling from tbia hnppy plain Subjoct to various wants and1 pain Labour and art must now provide, What Eden frooly oncoBupplicd, Some learned tu- lift tho unwilling ground ; Bomo bid the well-strung harp to sound ; Each'uVfTorcnt tuifk pursued and taught, Till to perfection each waB brought, lie who pursues the truth divine, He sannot go astray, Sin?? three groat light* conjoirrtly tdiino To point us out the way. . Zion appears, rcjeico, rojoioe, Exult, nnd boar, obey the voice ? Of mercy'and enlightening grace...

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. — 30 August 1873

[roll TBH OB A NU F. BP no X KWH. ] . Stanza*. With grateful hearts your voices raise, Tp sound the (lie great Creator's praise, Who by his word dispelled the night, Ami form'd tho radiant beams of light: Who view'd, the hcav'ns, the earth, the skies, And h\4 the wond'rous fabric rise. Who view' d his work nnd found it just, And then created m\n fro n dust, Happy in Eden was he lnid Nor did he go nstray ; Till, by the serpent, Eve betrayed, ? First fell and led the way. But' felling from thin hnppy plain Subject to various wants and putn Labour and art invret rrow provide, What Eden ffooly onowBupplicd, Some learned to* tin tho unwilling ground ; 8omo hid the woll-strung harp to sound ; Each'different (A pursued and taught, Till io perfection each was brought, He who pursues the truth divine, He oannot go astray, Since ttirco great lights conjointly shino To point us out the way. , Zion appears, rcjaice, rejoioe, Exult, und honr, obey the voico Of mercy*nnd enlightening graco Recall...

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. — 30 August 1873

LOCAL. SATURDAY, AUGTST 30, 1873. The fiatno of the Fair Building aas been erected. Ilaight'a great Great Eastern Cir cus is coming this way in October. * Lp'tJI * * ^ i'HPlawj? Kortjohn has good cigars. He doesn't keep them long. They are too good. ' f}UEET? When shall we again have fair woath We learn that tho Legislature will he ?convened in extra session, on or about tho 15th October. Tbe Rev. Geo. A. Hough will preach ?t tbt Presbyterian Church on Sunday next, (31st inst.,) at the usual hour. Mr. A. Fischer has a now and flaming advertisement tin this week's issue. Bend und judge for yourself. The overhanging branches of the trees on Main Street just above Mr. Menisci's bakery, are dangerous to the eyes at night. J. WALLACE CANNON ? Our young friend Mr. J. Wallace Cannon returned last Wednesday from a visit t) his North Carolina homo. -y. ii ? f THE ELLIOTT'S? Ought to have their Hall painted. There is a point beyond which the of paint is the roverse of true Am economy. 11CIUIA...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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