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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 30 August 1873

? . Looking Forn Policy. The PeniQcratio party is floundering orouud, as usual, for somo policy that will conttnnnd tho conGdeuoo of the peo pie. For th? past fiftoen years it has been engaged iu tho tamo business, but every polioy it seizes upon carries it lower rind lower iu public estimation. The nearer it approaches Republican principles the closer it conies to to'al extinction. It* its policy is to bo the po'"oy so 'mg adhered to by its oppu it* hbv? can it justify its former op position or make the dear people believe that its present professions arc honest'" If the principles of tho Republican par ty are right, and deem d of sufficient importance to incorporate into tho Demo cratic platform, why should the obi par ty that has bcon loyul to these princip'os give way to n party that has been bos tile to them for years past 1 The nearer tho Democratic pnrty cotnes to tho p di cy of tho Republican party, the \c>h rca son can it show for seeking the defeat of the grand old part...

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. — 6 September 1873

TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. }? GOD J^ISTD OTTR VOLUME 7. SATURDAY MORNES? SEPTEMBER 6, 1873. M ? UNTRY. i ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. NUMER32 THE ORANGEB?RG NEWS PUBLISHED AT J - Every Saturday Morning. ' BY THE ORANGEBTJttG NEWS COMPANY ?:o:? TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy for one year. $2.00 " " " Six Months. 1.00 A*y ens landing TEN DOLLARS, for a C1o? af New Subscribers, will receive an SXTRA COPT for ONE YEAR, free of ofcarge. Any ens ?ending FIVE DOLLARS, ?r a Club of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of *?! , ?!o:-s? RATES OP ADVERTISING. 1 Square let Insertion. $1.50 ?* ?* 2d ?. 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or one insh of Advertising space. Administrated Notioes, .~...$6 00 Net loss of Dismissal of Ouardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, &c...$0 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the meet liberal torses. ?to:? MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, ?net ezoeeding one Square, inserted without charge. ? Terms Cash in dvance. J. FELDER MEYERS, TR...

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. — 6 September 1873

31 ?pUon of Forfeited lands. an important opinion. ' The following communication hi been addressed bj Comptroller-General H?ge to S. J. Lee, Esq., regarding the redemption of forfeited lands. The Alken TV/ownc says Mr. Lee differs with the comptroller regarding the ( , construction of the law and will, at an early-day, test Hie matter in the courts: "exjeohtive department, 1'Of fie* Or CoMrTROLLF.il-Wl'.N KB A I/, "Columbia, S. C, August 22, 1873: "Htm. S. J. Lee, Counsellor at Late, "Dear Sir: I have the honor to receive years of the -20th instant, in , which you inquire 'if lands bought by the State for want of bidders at a delinquent land sale . can be redeemed within . ninety days by the original owner,'etc. "I have the honor to reply that the aet of the General Assembly 'providiug for tho assessment aud taxation of pro :r#?r$ys'-;; (section 108) approved Septem ber 15, 18G8, provides that if tho lands advertised at a delinquent land sule of real estate not in cities, towns and ...

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. — 6 September 1873

8ATURDAY, SB FT., 6 1873. Republican Ticket For Mayor. GEORGE BO LIVER. * l or Aldermeu. : *.R. MeKlNLA Y. A. F. BROWNING. GEORGE WILLIAMS. A.B. KNOWLTON. The 'Comet Fire Euginc Company turned out iu good stylo last Tuesday. We?Oi? The oolorod Presbytorian Society speak of building a ohuroh. A movement is on foot to orguuize u colored Hook & Ladder Company. WHY IS THIS TttUSf? ' ' Ou the Indepeudont Ticket tho color ed candidate follows the Mayor. The stock of the ^Agricultural Fail association has been increased 10U shares. Poetry by "A. \V., is omitted this week, owing to our want of space. It will appear in our next isaue. Election lor Towu officers ucxt Tues day. Let .every Republican be on hand. *u***& )?ad of fodder arid a load of com in the f-huck. Highest cash price paid, this office. .Two "colored Base Ball Nines have fccon recently organized here under the Captainship, respectively, of Messrs F. Hl. McKinley and -John J?. Humbert. Tho VVpirftiiwrt'OO teleirfams sta...

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. — 6 September 1873

The Hither of the ?rrcat or Uor and statesman, Richard Brinsley Sheridan, ifhon leases of old Clrow street theatre, .DubliiiJ was the "mnmiffii " alluded to in the origin of the word7 'qniis." The word "quiz," to make fun of, to poko fun at a person, was the coinage of theatrical manager in Dublin, whi,at a ! drinking party with Iiis friends on Sut j tufdny uight whero tho conversation turned upon the subject of words, offer ed to bet wine that he could then and , there coin a/word which, would he in the souths'of ail Dublin* next d;?y. Tho bet being taken and tho party dispoNo 1 tho managers called bny and runner?, gavo the in pieces of elm II?, and ordered thom to run nil o- er tho city oh %lki g "tho"Word 'quts' on every door shuttei j and fence they oarae to'?This was done and as a matter of course tbe new wnrd wan in everybody's-'mouth tho next day. Tbe manag? r won his bet. and tbe word is new in nil resrjec ablc dictionaries. ''The'" Bi.mg expression for death, 'kicking fhe b...

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. — 13 September 1873

? Wut #ttltlj?? i?| TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. }? GOD' AND OUR COUNTRY. \ ALWAYS IN ADVANCE VOLUME 7. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1873. ~ NUMIStt THE ORANGrEBURG- NEWS . PUBLISHED AT ORATsroEBUTiGr Eterj Saturday Morning. BY TUB ORANGEB?RG NEWS COMPANY ?:o:? TBRM3*OF SUBSCRIPTION. ?ne Copy for one year. $2.00 " " <"? Six Months. 1.00 Any on? Binding TEN DOLLARS, for a t71n? of Now Subscribers, will receive an K XT It A COPT for ONB YEAR, free of ?b?rge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, ?or, a Club of New Subscribers, will rccoive e\a BXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of erg e. ?:o:? " RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Squire 1st Insertion. Sl.fiO " 2d *' . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or one iaeh of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, .$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, Ac.$0 00 Coatraet Advertisements inserted upon the tnest liberal terau. ? ?:o:? MARRIAGE mad FUNERAL NOTICES, Hot exceeding one Square, inserted without ?karge. ?tel ler Te...

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. — 13 September 1873

[FOR TU ORAROBSCRO RRW8.J "Xhe Worm Unit Xcror I>ie?." Look not upon the Tflue that's red, t or in it lives ? pang, The serpent oft display a his charms, To hide his dsad.lv fang. It is that pestitence that wal ks, ?'re midnight hoars are gone, Or wastof?i with its blighting breath, Beneath thenoondayKun, ith cruel unrelenting hand, U's dismal oruins spread! It breaks the widow's anguished heart, And steals the Orphans bread. Then linger not a*egnd the bowl. Its joys may turn to sighs, And fasten on thy wretched sou! "The worm that never dies." Te victims of a maddening vice, These artless lines entreat? Tak# Trmteranck for your humble guido And learn her ways complete. A quiet life Bhe offers theo Whero noiao and- tumult cease, "IIor ways are ways ef plcnnaatness "And all her paths are peace." No emblem of a guihy fame, Around my brow may. twine, The bloody laurel t detest, Nor would I wear lite vine. IMUP tfc i t'*c,s '? i Content to live raid humbler joys Nor.burden life with ...

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. — 13 September 1873

[FOR tum ORANOEBtRO NEWS. ] "Th? Worm limit tfcvor ?le?." Look not upon the wine that's rod, For in it lives a pang, Thw serpent oft displays his cliarnra, To hide his deadly fang. It is that pestitenoe that wal ks, E'rc midnight hours are gone, Or wasteth with its blighting breath, Beneath the noonday sun. With ornel unrelenting hand, , U's dismal Tuins spread I * It bMikitha widow's anguished heart, And steals the Orphans bread. The?linger not around the bowl, Its joys may turn to sighs, And fasten on thy wretched eeul "The Worm that never dies." Ye Tietins of a maddening viee, These artless lines ontreat? Tak# Tbmterance for your humble guido And loam her ways complete. A quiet life she offers theo Where noise and tumult cuse, MHor ways are ways ef pleasantness "And all her paths are peace." No emblem of a guilty fame, Around my brow may. twins, Tho bloody laurel t detest, Nor would I wear the'vthe. fi mSB-.tv^* ts. fl I *w tW ' \ Content to live mid humbler joys Nor.burden life ...

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. — 13 September 1873

?^T^KDAY; SEPT., 13 1873. ^rV*ie have met the enemy aid??wo Wish we hadu't. ? ii? ???? ?i MR. MZBKIML? Has removed into his handsome rest on Market Street. Squirrel hunting is the matoia now. The squirrels won't soo much rest until the 15th day of April heit. The Jfow >Str?et is being built up. 'Why not give it a name geutlomeu ? Don't be afraid. Itwillsttok. Cotton;b coming iu tu incroased quan tities, and the fall trade is growing in importance daily. The Fair Buildiug is progressing ?uely, und presents a quite handsome k. Appearance. Success to tho Agricultural Society. - , i . - Orauguburg can boust of two drays, one or two hacks, and one omnibus, (live us more street: now, und things will be more lovely. We are sincerely sorry to learn of the recent death oi little Ruth, a very inter ?esting young child of our estoctued friend Mr. JanW A. Williams. It is thought by some that the taces . will be 25 milts ou the dollar next year, unless the Legislature dees something to ?preve...

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. — 13 September 1873

..--es-?? LOCAL. i i >4KM SATURDAY, ?15L?T., 13 1873. ^rvo nuve met the enemy arid wish we hadn't JkfJB. MZBKIML? Has removed into his handsome rosi SaeutJ? on Market Street. Squirrel hunting is the tmttaia now. The squirrels won't seo much rest uutil the 15th day of April beat. The Jtfew .Street is being built up. Why not givo it a nauie gentluuieu ? Don't ba afraid. It will stiok. * Cottou-is coming in in increased quan tities, and the fall trade is growing in ?importance daily. The Fair Buildiug is progressing ?uely, and presents a quite handsome appearance. Success to tho Agricultural Society. Oraugoburg can boast of two drays, one or two hacks, and one omuibus. (live us more streets now. nud things will be more lovely. We are sincerely sorry to learn of the recent death of little lluth, a very inter <?ating young child of our estociued friend Mr. James A. Williams. It is thought by some that the taxes . will be 25 mills on tho dollar next year, unless the Legislature dees...

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. — 13 September 1873

Dying Request. What isthe usoof making dying re quests Qf our friends, any how t The caso of ^hit poor old lady at Oswcgo, is an illustration. She had not lived on the niOst agreeable torms with her hus band (he preceded her to the happy laud just seven days), aud her dying request was that she should b? buried fifteen miles from the "old man," that tho dog thouJd bo killed, so that it oould not visit a neighbor that the old lady disliked and that, she should have the very ' bint -coffin that could be procured, and be buried in a white alnpaca. Alna for the hard benrtedness of huwauity } As the old lady was largely dependent upon her neighbors, the dis tance that she got from the old man was reduced to Gvc miles. Jlor cuiliu was of plain wood?she didn't have thai white alnpaca, but only a plain shroud? and when last heard from the dog was still alive, but the way tho old lady's ghneC stalk's around .that region is alarm iog. - Copper toed gloves would be a biers inK- . j The wealthi...

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. — 13 September 1873

!!?B Dying Kcqucst. "W'liot istve use of waking dying re quests af cur frieuds, any how 't The case of^bQt poor old lady at OsWcgo, is nn illustration. She had not lived on the most agreeable terms with tier hus band (he preceded her to the happy land just seven days), and her dying request was that she should b ) buried fifleeu miles from the "old man," that the dog should he killed, so that it could not visit a neighbor that the old lady disliked 1 that,she should hare the vory t r-ofjiu ? that could be procured, and be buried in a white alapaca. A ins for the hard heart?dness of humanity } As the old lady was largely dependent upon her neighbors, the dis tance that she got from the old mau was reduced to five miles. .1 lor coffin was of plain wcod?she didn't hare that white alnpaca, buk only a plain shroud? and when last heard from the dog was atill alive, but tho way the old lady's ghost stalks around.that rcgiou is alarm - iog. - Copper toed gloves would be a blcrs Tho wealthie...

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. — 20 September 1873

5 t> ;. ... I> TWO DOLLARS PKtt ANNUM. (JO I) ATs I) OCR C< iCTTsrTU'Y'. -{ ALWAYS IN ADVANCE VOLUME 7. SATURDAY MOR.NIN(V.teEPTE\inER 20, 18T3. NUMER 34 THE ORANGEBURG NEWS ?:o:? PUBLISHED AT Every Saturday Morning. BY THE ORANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY ?:o:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ?no Copy f*r one year. $2.00 ii <i <i ^j:x Months. t.00 Any ono sending TEN DOLLARS, for* a Clnb of Now Subscribers, will receive an RXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of ?karge. Any one lending FIVE DOLLARS, ?r a Clab ef New Subscribers, will receive en EXTRA COPY fer SIX MONTHS, free of ?rf e. ?to:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Severe 1st Insertion. SI.50 ?? ?? 2d " . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or one iniV. of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices.$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad s?si-trators, Executors, io.$9 00 Costract Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terass. ?to:? MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, not exceeding one Square, inserted without e barge. ?tot? Terms...

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. — 20 September 1873

[communicated.] The annexed beautiful hues will bo road with mournful interest. They Woro written a few years since by Col. Harden, of Illinois, while ^iu Washing ton City, uud enclosed in a letter to his wifo. It is some little satisfaction to reflect that h'is burning desiro was granted?that ho was buried at home, where "birds may sing and friends arc .high." He fell at the battle of Bu-ui i "Vista, whence his remains were sent home to his wile to be buried. f'Dury mo not, when 1 am dead, . . . Amidst the city's -hu e ? Wkero Uiought!xv>Sj careless mortals tread, And wealth and misery :.r?> ?'.etl : Oh! bury me not there. ?dd t&? Kttotthl ' I ) ' ~\uury nie not, when I'm no more, r lUgh on the mountain bare? "*"' ' Where inuight but eagles o'er it uoar? Amd storms and temposts round it roar ; Oh I bury me not there. " '"' "Bury me not. when I'm at rest, "Where martial pennons glare ? Vbt empty show and gorgeous crest, t;, ' tjan never soothe an icy breast ; . f Then bury...

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. — 20 September 1873

Tj O O .A. L . SATURDAY, SliBTv, 20 IS73. I Tho Cottcn Factory Committee v.-ill meet again noxt Saturday. ? I? ? - - mil-? !>. D. Funches' paper is mailed to him regularly every week. Our typos say that Shorrod Reeves has a Cue assortmcut of eaudy for sale, at Dr. Dukes' drug store. Div.oe Servico to morrow morning and afternoon* in the KpLcop il Church by Rev. N. B. Fuller. - II? HI I Ernest Meutzel is as earnest and faithful as ever in all his* blacksmith work. What he doesn't kuow about Lorsc-shoeiug isn't worth knowing. If you want a good gun at a low price go to our friend Mr. P. (1. Cannon, who will order it for you diixot from tho manufacturer. Trial Justice Meyers gives general ? satisfaction in the discha-gc of his diffi cult and 80nietiu.es unpleasant duties. Ho has been doing a lively business this week. We are informed that up to Thursday of last week but 'so bales of cotton had been shipped from Lcwisvillc this year against Bhipmcats amounting to some 300 bales durin...

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. — 20 September 1873

. J J ? -?-~-?? lteconsU'iYcloiL [I have never seen a Southern woman who hod been rooouslructcd.?Jeff ' Davis'late Speech at White Sulphur Springs] Into Possumleigh, South Carolina, renown ed for secession. When ended a war that for bitterness challenged comparison, Mare bed a Federal force, with its Colonel, in martial procession, To camp in the same, for on indefinite time, as a garrisou. jsBsWt ' ? ' They wore angrily viewed, on their entry, as all had expected, P^'thts'e of the place who had Miffend . feftn battle's calamity: But! a Woman it w?> their protection most sforcefy rejected, AnAscotacd to the last their commander's professions of amity. f he had ?ol( mnly vowed, at the soun 1 ot the earliest cannon,. To hate, while she lived, ev'ry Northerner bearing a bnyonet: And dcolared when the rampart of Southlai d no more had a man on, She'd mount it herself, and her life as a sacrifice lay on it ! "With a terrible frown of disdain for the pi <> Vplesfitpund her,? *%bo...

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. — 27 September 1873

mist*-*'** \~f m n a c TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. ; ood isr 13 oirn COTJIsTTllY. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. \> VOLUME 7. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1873. NUMER 3 S THE ORANGrEBUR? NEWS _;o:? P UB LI SHED AT ?KANGEB ITTIO Every Saturday Horning. ?AANGEBUBG NEWS COMPANY ?:o:? TRRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Cepy far one year. $2.00 ?? ?? " 8ix Months... 1.00 Any on* lending TEN DOLLARS, fer a ClnV of Now Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPT for ONE TEAR, free of ?karge. Any one ..ending FIVE DOLLARS, ? r a> Clnb ef Now Subscribers, will receive ea EXTRA COPT for SIX MONTHS, free of *** *: ?:o:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Seaare lot Insertion. $1.50 ? ?? 24 ?* . 1.00 A Seaare eenelsts of 10 lines Brevier or eae !nes\ of Advertising space. Adstinistrotsr'a Notices.$5 00 Ketioes of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad raiaistrators, Executors, kc.$9 00 Cea tract Advertisements inserted open the tatst liberal terms, ?:oc? MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, bet exeeesuag ose Sqnare, inserted without eherge. ??...

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. — 27 September 1873

range TWO HOLLAH? PER ANNUM. )? CS OD A.TsTT3 OUR COUNTRY. ALWAYS IN AHVANC?. y VOLUME 7. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1873. NUMER35 THE ORANGEBURG NEWS ?:o:? rUBLTSUED AT o ha^oh: bit ro ET?rj Saturday Morning. BY THE ?ftArtGEBlTBG NEWS COMPANY TKUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, i Copy for one y,e$>T. $2.00 ? ? flix Months. 1.00 Any ?ne sending TEN DOLLARS, f?r a Clnh of New Subscribers, will receive an EKTRA COFT for ONE YEAR, free of ?barg*. Any ono sanding FIVE DOLLARS, ?r a Club ef Now Subscribers, will receiye a* EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of arg a. ?:o:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Ssjuar? 1st Insertion. $1.50 " " 2d ?? . 1.00 A Sqaara eon slats of 10 lines Brcrier or ; tie Iaeh ef Advertising space. Aebaluiatrater"? Notices.$5 00 Ketiees ef Dismissal ef Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, Ac.00 Ceatraet Advertisements inserted -pen tke snort liberal terms. ?:o:? MARRIAGE aad FUNERAL NOTICES, bet exceeding one Square, inserted without ?karge. ?? ??r Torrn? Cash in ?>anc?. -f...

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. — 27 September 1873

Lord Shaftesbury nays that the dead liest st'oke at the confessional in Eng. land would be to make women tho con The advent of a wild cat broke up a wedding in Missouri tho other ereoing. The cat wanted to introduce a new claws in the marriago ceremany. traveler seated at a hotel table in Omaha ordered beof, and when the waiter delnyod, the traveler went to the kitchen, found hitu, and flung him ovor the range and broke his skull. Whan wo askad n man a le* days ago what induces] him to make a law atulent ?this son, he replied : 1 Oh, ho always was a lying littlo cuss, and I thought I'd huiuwr his lending propensity." A writer called at his priutor's, and accused tho compositor of uot having punctuated his poem, when the typo earnestly replied, 1 stu not a pointer ; 1 am a setter." "Where did you get that turkey ?" ? aid a colonel to a recruit, who came into camp with a fine bird. ''Stole it V was the laconic answer. "Ah !" said the ce lcmel. "my boys may steal, but they won't lie." ...

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. — 27 September 1873

_-:-:-rr--c~?z~rr.-" - ._?-> ?? ? - Lord Shaftesbury says that tho dead liest stroke at the confessional in Eng. land would he to make womon the con fessors. ? The advant of a wild cat broke up a wedding iu Missouri tho other evening. The Cht wanted to introduces new claws in the marriage cerouiany. ?*? traveler Bested at a hotel table in Omaha ordered .beef, and when the waiter deUyod, the traveler went to tho kitchen, found him, and flung him over the Tange and broke his skull. When wo asked n mau a le* days ago what induced him to make a law stulent ?this son, he replied : ' Ob, ho always was a lying littlo cuas, and I thought I'd burner his leading propensity." A writer culled at his printer's, and aecused tho eompositor of uot having punctuated his poem, when the typo earnestly replied, I atu not a pointer ; I am a setter." "Where did you get that turkey ?" said a colonel to a recruit, who came intl canfp with a fine bird. ' Stole it !" was ike laconic answer. "Ah!" said th#...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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