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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 27 September 1873

Orangoburg needs a town market. The Mayor soys (uuoflicially) that ?hato an Alderman for every Street. Dr. Oliveroe will have one of the finest places in (own. Pills pay. - IIM .-.<-?. See Moaelcy & Crooks new advertise ?V*/ je:*? -?? A drove of Korsos and mules oamo in last Wednesday. Rather early, eonsid oring the low price of ootton. T. Cartmill is having a sign painted. Mr. Cartmill is well known already, but every improvement- Is a good sigu. T? Kohu & Bro. have, among their numerous other articles, a duo assort' moot of potTurnery and brier-root pipos. Tha Cotton Factory Committee is for to day?the Citizens mooting will be held next Saturday. % An infant daughter of our fellow Townsman ' J. W. !!. Dukes Esq., died isst Wednesday. - The l'oatiuaster h:is fifty ihousaud r?U! Can), for ?1 o. Price 1 cent each ?paper, envelope and postage thrown in. The deer is a dainty animal?he al ways carries a couple of tooth pick* with him. Ask 'Captuiu Alborgotti to ?how you where...

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. — 27 September 1873

SOSO FOR 9T. PATRIOT'S DAT. The savage loves his native shore, Th'??gh mid* too soil, and ehill the air, Then well inn- ]>. a'a-eona ndoro Au Isle wiiicn nature formed so fair! What flood reflects a shore so sweet As Shsnnon great, or pastoral Bann? And who a friend or foe can meet, Bo generouH as an Irishman ! Iiis hand is rntdi, his heart is warm, But priuoiple is si ill his guide, None more resonts a deed of ham. And uonc forgives with nobler pride! He may bo duped, but won't be dared, Mere fit to practice than to plan, He dearly earns bin poor reward, And spends it tike an Irishaian! If strange or poor, for you he'll pray, Or guide to where you safe may bo, If you're bis comrade, whileyou stay, His cottage holds a jubilee His inmost so'uTho will ut lock. And ifho may your morit scan. Your confidence he scorns to mock For faithful in an Irishman ! By honor bound, In woe or weal, Wdmtejer she 1>m1h, lie dares to do, TrjJ him withjn ibo, it won't prevail, rrovc?'nu wifh Uro, ...

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. — 4 October 1873

???? tri: tii M , , ? v&Lumr; ... J.J .lU'-U! en W^ti^Hfii'ku annum.muurrm cou]srTj3X. *iSf ..-??.,... I 01 r??w?to ?rtar ?if? rut oT ta^atp Bfljjfla T .?fl rraf Van,,,,, n , always Ii^?iWj^rfO?^ >8 ..f?Vl"'* ,??w/8t SATURDAY MORN#G, OCTOBER 4,1873. ' ' V1t*uo^ ?XI ???arg ?4 e?ioi ?fla-uo?>{ ?i mD^9 0RANGEBUR6 NEWS PUBLISHED AT -u OlR^l^GrEiBTJTlGr Every Saturday Morning. BT TW* ftlUOTEBTJRG N E WS COMPANY ?:o:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, '?ae Copy for one year.?. $2.00 ,f fPttrirV'ABi* ?.- , 0<M ? %fy(kVMhf TEN DOLLARS, fer ? <Cta% ff New tlabserlbera, will receive an EXTRA COPY far ONE TEAR, frOa of j ?*aa*t*. Aray-afa* sending FIVE DOLLARS, * ef New gweeeribors. will receive ^eAW?TetA COFT far SIX MONTHS, free of | ?^aftge. oes? s? . -?to:? ? HATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Saaexe 1st Insertion. SI.50 4< ti 24 M . 1.00 ASeaare consists of 10 lines Brevier er ???ifteV af AeVartiatag spaa*. Aimmhiareior'o Notice*,-.-$5 00 at?iUce ?f Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ?isriaU-atoTS, ...

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. — 4 October 1873

raup ?*t?.?Ji fU? ?.??rail; TWO DOLLAltfi l'EU ANNUM. > (JOD A^TsT D OT^fl COXJN"T IiY. VOLUME 7. SATURDAY MORNTMG, OCTOBER 4, 18T3. 'frrn ? ?; ?Vi ,?t ,ri1 y, ?SiHW "tx-mlo t?[?T ?4* trt*s{ oT ALWAYS I IT'A1!*? A NC K. J-' r ITHS 0RANGEB?R6 NEWS > iNHo HUT m 1 to.HA dm*m**n .. ?:o:? PUBLISHED AT 0RA.T>T01i:3XJTia Erery Saturday Morning. TKRM8 OP SUBSCRIPTION. '0ae Copy for one year. $2.00 * Wontae.?..? 1.00 Any one aonaitig TElf DOLLARS, for a VJIttt ?f Haw Subscribers, will receive an ?1TBA COTT for OKI TEAR, freo of ?ina+fe. A*y ewe ??ndimr FIVE DOLLARS, -'?#> ? Claa ef New Subscribers, will receive " art WXTRA COPT far BIX MONTHS, free of arg -?:o:? HATES OP ADVERTISING. 1 loeare lat Insertion. $1.50 ?<? ** 14 ?. 1.00 A ?ovaro oonnlste of 10 lines Brevier or ?ii iaok of Advertising sp*??. Aemiaisl?-ator'o Notieee, ?.MM$6 00 B*tieee of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad sataiotratort. Executors, A?.$0 00 Ceatraot Aevertiscneats inserted upon the ?sosi liboral torses. ?:?i?...

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. — 4 October 1873

Nature's Tailoring?A potato patch. "Which of the reptiles is a mathemati cian ??The adder. How to prevent bad dreams?don't go to sleep. To learn ths value of money?try to borrow it. A woman's love for a military officer is generally uniform. When does a farmer work n miracle ? When he turne his horse to grass. Sweetening one's coffee is generally the fret stirring event of the day. A text for bulloonists?"Go thou and do like Wise." They don't let it reign in Spain any longer, when it prefers to Carlism. Talmagc says that Jay Ceoke is one of God's picked men. Singed, rather. A patent fire escape killed four men in Montreal, the other day, and it was only experimenting then. Why is a cinder in the eye like a schoolmaster's cano T?Because it hurts the pupil. Most men like to see themselves in print. Ladies like to see themselves an silk and velvet. These is n good reason why a little man should not marry a bounsing widow Ho might be sailed the "widw'a mite." The "LondonCosmopolitan" in...

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. — 4 October 1873

Naiure'e Tailoring?A petat* patch. Whioh of the reptile* is a mathemati cian ??The adder. Bow to prevent had dreams?don't go to sleep. To leant th* vein* of money?trj to borrow it. A woman'* lore for a military officer it generally uniform. When doea a farmer work a miracle ? Wbru he turn* hi* h?re* t* gras*. Sweetening one'b coffee is generally the firat stirring event of the day. A text for bsllooniats?uQo thou and do like Wise." They den't let it reign la Spain any longer, when it prefer* to Carliam. Talmage says thai. Jay Ceoke is one of God's picked men. Singed, rather. A patent fir* escape killed four men in Montreal, the ether day, and it Was only experimenting then. ?V by is a elnder in th* *ye like a , fehoelmaster'a cane 7?Because it hurts *he Most men like to ate tkemaelree in print, Ladies like to *** themssIveO in ?ilk and reifet. There is a good reaeen why a little man akonld not marry a bonoeing widow He might he tailed the "widw'd mite." The "London Cosmopolitan" ind...

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. — 4 October 1873

Dur devil is pauic stricken. ?-?^mmmmammnmmm s?iy ?i ? Solicitor Butts arrived in toeJd y*s for the Sessions5; u't need "ft Tu%n Market 1 bV* Mr. *Ouan B. Rileyi advertise aWke* of ^ Veft mule in our advertising Ti "lEftlsT ne lonie 30 eases in the and about 25 jury eaaee in the J. W. Patrick 4k Co., have recently Sgely SO their already fin* ateck ejf dry gee4*, shoes, notion*, ?See. Call OVA'."' > ? the October Term buainejejt C*urt w* reprint from oar kJt??5lffi t?? ewjsi list of jurors for Vote 4 I alar have juat received a large and fine stock of groe*H*a which they offer at low pri*ea. Good good* and low price* are just what the people waX >^4^wti|Jfbej people waut they 7 ^^tofindatVoseAIslsrs. ?as***** ee***)!^1 "g'^**! "TfTT^" Straus A; Street having made great lent* in ^heir mill are ready to rice fer one-$ixJ. toll?or 35 per bushel. They will pay the highest ea*h prtee for rough rice, corn Mr. J<*? Sifly, father er the Rev. John t.. Sifly of this place, died here ?...

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. — 4 October 1873

aJtvrday, oot. 4, tern next week. Our devil is panic stricken. Solicitor Butts arrived iu tovf ri yes for the SeaslorJ?. rangeburg doesn't need m fvwa Itarket 7 tit suY. Viaan B. Bileyl advertise ka^ttl of a feat mule in our advertising ?otomnev taara wilk be some 30 oases in the and about 25 jury eaaea ia the J. W. Patrick & Co.. have recently *dded largely to their already fine stock i?f dry goods, shoes, notions, &c. Call ? .<..< convenience of those having we reprint from ear the list of jurors for business ?t Caurt i tka October Term. Vota & Ialar have just received a large and fine stock of groeeriea which they offer at low prises. Good gooda and low prices are just what the people want?.and what the people waut they Arc aura to find at Voss & Iilars. Straua & Street having mado great a^ajreVfaenta in ^their mill are ready to pound riea far one-tixtk toll?or 35 coats per bushel. They will pay the highest ?nah price tor rough rice, corn Mr. John Sifly,...

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. — 4 October 1873

l?rit A Queer Retribution. The Opclouaas, La., Journal, of the 15th, is responsible for the following : "Down in the Parish of St. Martin, an old widow lady, whose children had all married off and left her alone, had boon persuaded to sell hor little place and' ' lire -with them. She cold her land, building and improvements one day for S2 QftO. nnd received the money in caah on the spot, in her owu house, wberc the act of sale was passed before two witnesses, the number required by law, and who witucsscd also tho paying of the money. In a short time she was to give jmwkmoii, but she remained ;n the house the night following the tale, all alone, or with no masculine adult in mate?, n? wa:* her castom. That night two negro burglars broke into tho house and demanded her money or her lifo. She gave it lo them, but begged them to Met lrr have $100 of it, an aha owed that amount, aud wanted to pay the debt, when she would be satisfied. They finally consented to lot her keep the S100. They...

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. — 4 October 1873

p. atv/avA Queer Rotribution. The Opelousas, La., Journal, of the 15th, is responsible for the following : "Dow n in tho Parish of St. Martin, an old widow lady, whose children had all married off and left her alone, had been lersuaded to seil hor little plaoe and live with them. She sold her land, building and improvements ooo day for S2,QO0, and received the money in cash j oil tho spot, in her own houso, wberc the act of sale was passed before two witnesses, the number required by law, and who witnessed also tho paying of tho money, lu a short time ahe was lo^ give possession, but she rc ma toad in the house the night following the sale, all alone, or with no masculine adult in mate?, na w?:? her castoin. That night two negro burglars broke into tho house and demanded her money or her lifo. She gave ii to them, but begged them to let her lniYe 5100 of it, an she owed that amount, and wanted to- pay the debt, wlicn she would be satisfied. They finally consented to let here keep th...

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. — 4 October 1873

itw?? AiQueer Retribution. TUo Opelousas, La., Journal, of tbc I T5th, is responsible for the following: "Down in the Parish of St. Martin, an vj^vwltb them. She Bold her lend, Oulffriig mmi improvements one day f<|r $~>QJ$i and received thn money in cash j spot, in her own house, where ihn net of sale was passed before two witnesses, the number required by law, and who witnessed also tho paving of ' tUo money, lu a short time she was to^ give possession, but sue remained in tbe house the night following the tele, ill alone, or with- no masculine adult in mate?, na was he? custom. Thai night two negro burglars broke into tho house and demanded her money or her life. She gave it to them, but begged them to "let her have S100 of it, as> aha owed that amount, and wanted to- pay the debt, when she would be sati?>fied. They finally consented to let he* keep the $100. They then ordered her to make ?>omo coffee for them to drink. In doing so, sbo bethought herself of some ut...

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. — 11 October 1873

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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. — 11 October 1873

-a* ???v, -TAYO DOLLARN PKH ANNUM. J -. ?. i.- jiji. e pf?111 ig VOLUME T. (jon .A>n> oi;i{ corxTny. SATURDAY MORNTNG, OCTOBER II, 1873. M r?<ni ??(? ?T*?f i"t.l ,-,<?,I . 1* Tt?i ?V*-^t? AIAVAT? rN ADVANCE. V ! si mmmttm ? M ?111*14? r*?H ?ff N UMER 37 THE ORA.NGEBUP-G NEWS **DQrm\Mi tyfyBL FUMED AT ouangep.i r i in Every Saturday Morning. TtY THK ?UANGKB1 NEWS COMPANY TERMS or SUBSCRIPTTOJT, One Copy for one vertr. $'.!.'"? ' f i " '* Si* M-mths. .... llOO ? RnJ- ornl rtw?nn-{ TEX DOLLARS, for n Clnh of New Subscribers, will receive nn EXTRA COPY rrfr ONE YEAR, fron ,,f .fharpe. Any ono seudintr. FTVE DOLLARS, or n flub of Now Subscribers7, will receive ? nBTXTPA COPY Tor SIX MONTHS, free of art? o. RATES OF ADYi-UTifTNT.. 1 Square let Insertion. S1..~>o ?*??*?* ?? . 2?! " . 1.00 A Srjuajap consists of 10 linos Brevier or one inch of Advertising space. Administrator's NoticcF.00 ? rt'otiees of Dismissal of Cir.nrMians, Ad ministrators. Executor*, &o.0<? Contr...

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. — 11 October 1873

m mi* 01 Um*i*)>*> ??jV? DOLLARS PER ANNUM. - ?- TT- ->"?rf E 7. SATURDAY MORNTNG, OCTOBER II, 1873. n-'i >?>4>?t?t ?i ????f hull s*> *iT 1 c rtih|M>Brir?? AMfATF rN ADVANCK. V it*-* ?<T THE ORANGEBURG NEWS ? **?>?? f 1?*) ? *??*.* ?>? *?!fv ? ?weiTf j Every Ssilurd.ay Morning. ?RY TIIK &R A >:c; nil! RG N KWS COMPANY TERM! OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy for one yoar. $2100 ? ? fWN <? " Six Months. 1.00 ? Jrnf o'no sending TEX DOLLARS, for n Clnb of New Subscribers, will receive nn KXTKA COPY frfr OXE YEAR, h-ee of rfhar^o. Any one sending FT VF. DOLLARS, ? Or n Club of New Sub^eribere, will receive ? n "extra COPY Tor SIX MONTHS, free of ' I Vrfc e. i????<? * mi ?:o:? RATES OF ADYEETlPTXfl. 1 Square 1 et Inversion. ?1..">0 mm\mm ?? . ?? . 10o A Squjujp consists of 10 lines BrcVieV or one inch of A<lverti?inf* space. Administrator' > Notices.?n 1)0 ? S'oticoR c,f Dismip'n1, of Ce.nrdians. Ad ministrators, Executors, .\c.?0 00 Contrac...

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. — 11 October 1873

ft??i??, >?>V? BUMiAHH PER ANNUM. )? tit ??IWI** \ <iOO A JM U O?R OOTT^TUY. ? ??!_?__!t-?. .. ? . i ? a ? ?? i- i?U-?ii ' t i i m mmn\ k-L- . -:- '_. . [ME T. .5 SATURDAY MORNTNG, OCTOBER 11, 1873. 1 ?i ??!?[< >?>)) M\ *4X 2 '^"^^Sf?f ?oj tfi -??>)??*. ?ST THE ORANGrEBUM NEWS W itti* Hart * i>?aa n* ??(iv. ?**# t?H iww*^ ? ?:o: ? /roOmMufTPhrsnM at 0 "RA IST" G TS T>> IJ Jl a Every Saturday Morning. BY TIIF. ftitANGKRTTW* NEWS COMPANY ?:o:? u? > tf.rms or si escriptton. One Copy for one year. $'2.00 ? ? f**V r" Six Month*...,. .... 1.00 Any one semlin-; TEN DOLLARS, for r. ... -CJ>.^b ot New Subscribers, will receive nn EXTRA COPY frfr ONE YEA 11, (Yon nf r?harRe. Any one sending FIVE l>? >T.!. \HS, ?: or n Ctub of New SinVrrilicrs, will r?celve ? n'BXTRA COPY for STX MONTHS, free of -^aYlY.' ** ! " im icfitq * ;?o:?I &M TirA'T^S OF ATTV-RRtTSfNC. 1 Square let Insertion. St.nO ??Wer ?'Vi;i'?j 1 t*. 1.00 ? Square consists of 10 lines Pro...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 11 October 1873

1c \* 1^1 ?*? mw ?>?? Iii? ZM"* mw Jlisoo'i ?ff*." J ?aJq ?dl ? J ben ?<4 \*a- t i,oH)i* ,yibi'?d#ull W .kJfl*w Bd >A$K? DO LI? A HR PKlt ANNUJUH^^ ??? -rft-?* *? ?????' -J .Hf IM IT HI lid !>r*M\ [J ai ix-* i< riifeM l< ?4 -l r.a ?4 SATURDAY r? M ? : .-_ -t i.r /iM [tj*ji*rfv |iv?*w4J*ft! tu-U tfani > n"l 11, 13721 ?4 minm tinwU ?H * mnMm md iMu*I \i ??'?? ? ^4 i?tai t4t ?mit mrfW ?<f ?um ?X??i*Hf?'? ?*T ? '??"?i* ti Mtt bwl ?4? .1 -?it ?liW Ant A %t 4* mid r' iwoittH ?**T THE ORANGEBURGNEWS OT^A.J>if,?rTi]P,ITTia Every Saturday Morning. ** **???<.? w *e??feY tIIE ?? <?;? ? ?* ftmijt* ?N?-?t I'll ??? ? * ? ?TUNGETU'RG NEWS COMPANY :OJi? M A?*? IIa > j TERMS OF SUBSCBIPTlON. One Copy for one year. $2.00 C'ln'i nf N'evr Subscribers, will receive tin EXTRA COPY fcfr ONE YVMl, freo of WmmVfri*' ASiy ono sending FTTR DOTA.ARS, or <v Club nf New Subscribers, will receive *>,?n'*XTR? XJOTY Tor SIX MONTHS, free of ??roa^mi mao tw* .?M* im >o? ??...

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. — 11 October 1873

ANDREW F. WOLFE. [fO? TUB OBABOBBtlBO NRW*.] Keep the CeneeleBee Clear. In trader mg?, be wisdom's gag?, Held naught but vlrture dear, When time dispels the mist of youth The conscience may be elear. The feet that qulek to mischief raft Temptation's wiles ensnare, Then ponder well, the path* begun, And keep the cawoobaec ?Isar. He vice that wears deception'? guise ^ - With rirtue can compare ; TUen aeeh the pearl ef greatest priee And keep the coaaelence clear. The Saviour in his wiidom taught ' O *Tfl> praee no treasure here, Beyond this world It profits naught?< Then keep the eoneoienee clear. a miser's gold ia worthless trash? And only current here, A64t flannot bribe the hand ef death leieaP* a?ea.tfae oenaeieoee elear. i v<{ Tfcepboresl wreteb that toils in need If ailed with godly fear, rf, Hath aouroea ef true wealth indeed Beyond the millionaire lie needs no transient gnilty joy a a To ahield htsa fre* dispair, {; Hope springs immortal in hie breast a A uw^m* *e*P* ...

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. — 11 October 1873

4 * 9*1 [?0b tbb obakorbtro hkws.] ?WP the fannrlcnrc Clear. w* ? In ttnder age, bs wisdom's Rage, Hold naught but vlrture dear, When tlmo dispels the mist of youth The conscience may be clear. The feet that qniek to mischief rntt Temptation's wiles ensnare, Thea pondor well, the paths begun, And keep the conscience elear. Kf> vice that wenra deception's guise m, ? With virtue can compare ; Then seek the pearl ef greatest price And keep the conscience elear. The Saviour in his wisdom taught To plaee no treasure here, 1 ' Beyond this world it profits naught-~ Then keep the conscience clear. The miser's gold is werthfeee trssh? And only current here, It cannot bribe the hand sf death 19iw?0r keep the conscience clear. The poorest wretch that toils in need if filled with godly fear, , Hath sources ef true wealth indeod Beyond the millionaire. He needs no transient guilty joys m n, To shield him from dispair, Hope springs immortal in his breast And keeps hia cenclenee clear. r. When ...

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. — 11 October 1873

[?0* tbk oxahobbcbo kbws.] ?f3?B? th? Conscience Cletsr. MM> ? ? m In tender age, be wisdom's gngf, Hold naught but vlrtore dear, When tine dispels the mist of /on tit The coaseienee may be elear. The feet that qalek te mUehlef ratt Temptation's wilts ensnare, Then ponder well, the paths begun, And keep the evnseloaee elear. Ko rice that wears deception's guise With virtue can oemposro; Then serk the pearl ef greatest priee And kc?r the coaseienee elear. the Saviour in hie wisdom taught '"O Qfc place no treeenre here, Beyond this world it profits naught Ther. fcvsp the coaseienee clear. raiser's geld le worthless trssh? And only entreat here, It cannot bribe th* hand ef death n>lM|^^?sep fhe oeaacieneo clear. The poorest wretch that toils in neod boat. If tiled with godly fear, ,?;, Beth aources of true wealth indeed Beyonu the millionaire. 1 He needs no transient guilty Joys ? a*: To shield htm Trent dlspair, , ? Hope springs iarmortal in his broaat m A liw*?* *** eeneieaee e...

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. — 11 October 1873

LOCAL. U.RDAY?. OOT. 11, 1878. that a New Street is to be opened soon. Why not at one* T Base ball-ism and another ?ism car ^County. non is doing a (food busi The Fair BnMding is searing comple tion. A /<x*r 8ct ?f 11190 ?,c Rt the bead ofcVltj and success ought to follow. There arc but forty candidates so far, for ^ the next Legislature. Somobody fsMeW^wtav Rowe's Pump is to be incorporated at tho next sossion of the General Assem b!j. There iff eosne talk of establishing an lyy&ifoct^1* for thii 9Swljf. It ma^^bc^a^money^iaring idea. Where is our Brauchvillc local ? IIus ,11, his pen, or Iiis nsomory ? Blankets aud overcoats are iudispon sable now?the former in tho night, and tho latter of course in the day. er. ot cc ?Our t'rieud (\V. T. Mullcr has moved mWwhyhiutation. lie was a successful ?iss>arsen ,Sde a at merchant, and ws predict a career for *eW"&^/mrmcr equally as brilliant. W. M. Sain is having the lumber and trash clo ?red from the ground* where the old So...

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