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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 9 May 1879

Reduction in Prices. rr;iT<; tobaccos at ?!<>, 45; 50,eo'and 75 cents per pounrj. RTO COFFEE. Raw 121 to 1"> cents, Parched 1,9 rents. JAVA ICOFFEE 30c<?rit8, a prime article. HYSON and (?OLONG TEAS, 75c to $1 line flavors. cut-loaf sugar o 11.8. for ?1, A white sugar n> lbs. c yellow suoar ii lbs. for si, - S.bkown sugar 12 lbs. a ioTef Siiiofepd c R sides, and flour Familr ami Extra. lye, 'Familv soaps, starch and SYRUPS. A.GOOD BUTTER at 25cts. 1000 yardu of dark Prints at 5cU?. n yard. GRAIN CRADLES and SCYTHE 15 la i) ES jo11 n a. i r am 11 /r< >n Next to Henry Kulm. Dil. e>. S. \VOTjFFJ, can be found at his Old Stand next door to Dr. Wiuinainakcr'ij I'ru-_r Store, where l.e is prepared to do till work in his line, on tin niest improved st\le. and at prices to s.iit the times. All work warranted to give satisfaction. L. S. WOLFE, mnr 7 Surgeon Dentwt. m C?l! at the 'Mllil SI ov SOREKTRTIE & LOR KA cforo purchasing elsewhere, and examine their -New...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 9 May 1879

Reduction in Prices. riVTJG TOBACCOS at ?10, 45, 55, 65 and 7") cents per pound* IUO COFFEE. Raw 111.; to 10 cents, Parched M' cents. JAVA rOFl-'KK 30 cents, a prime article. HYSON and llOLONG TEAS, 75cto $1 line llavors. CUT-LOAF SUGAR '.) lbs. for $1, A WinTE SUGAR io lbs. C YELLOW SOT AR 11 lbs. for SI, - J!l;o\VN SUGAlt 12 lb-. A tot of Siuoked C II SIDES, and FLOUR P'nmilr ami Kxtra. LYE, 'Family SOAPS, STARCH and SYRUP8. A GOOD BUTT HB at 25 cts. 1000 yards ofdark Prints at 5cU. n yard. CHAIN CRADLED and SCYTHE 15 LA DIvV. JOHN A, HAMILTON. iN'c-.t t<; Henry Kohn. 1>55. tj- S. WOLFE, ?m found at bin Old Stand next door to Dr. Wannamakcr'tJ Drug Store, where he is prepared to do all work in his line, on die most improved st\lc, anil at prices to suit the times. All work warranted to give satisfaction. L. s. W?LFE, roar 7 Surgeon Dentist. C7u" at the \\\Vi\ Mil eTflDl?" ALlrUuMA SlOlit OF SOK-EKTR?E & LOH K.A before pun basing elsewhere, and examine their -New and well...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 9 May 1879

THE ORAKGEBURG TIMES. ISMVi:i> J VlittY t'KIDAY MO UN I NCI MFU M'H \MP ? K|)V ' KU " IV i| : S'M),(-*.*; it. MKlililOliAilM' Ihlitor. Terms ol' Subscription* One Copy ova Year.fl uo " Six Months. 75 Rate? of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.SI 00 Each Subsequent " . 50 ' Notices inserted in Local Column at 20? per Line. All Subscription* ami Transient Advertise ments to be paid /or in Advance. We nre in no way responsible for tho views or opinions of our Correspond* Mite. FK1 DAY, MAY 0, 1870. The Dead Lock. The general sentiment of the coun try seems to he in favor of no conces sion or back down on the part of the. Democrats in the coming dead lock between Congress and the Executive Some prominent Democratic states - men advise the avoidance of every thing which could possibly give rise to the cry of revolution and s didify the North for Grant, arguing that as the Democrats have done all they cnu to maintain constitutional gov ernment, it would be better for them gracefull...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 9 May 1879

Tho Oi'anfzobiii'p: Timos LOCAL NOTICE. My connection with the Times having censed on the Ivt of January, 1879, by the sale of the property to Messrs. Mellichamp & Edwards, I hereby authorize Mr. W. A. Edwards to collect and receipt for all amounts due me on the paper as its proprietor up to the aforesaid date. Gkokge Boi.iv eh. Fostoflicc Hours. Open from 8:.'t0 to 10 A. M. Open from 10:30 A. M. to 4 P. M. On and after tlie 12tli iiiHt., the Cuhunbia mail will he opened and delivered each eight. Columbia mail closes at 10 A. M. Charleston mail eludes at 5:30 I'. M. On Tueadaya and Fridays a mail for FelderV?le, Vances Ferry and Holly Hill, clottea at 7.:K> A. M. On Fridaya a mail for Knottn' mills, "Witt?' mills* and Riehes* Store, clones at 2:30 P- M. Onr Slit; day NoleH At night Rev. J. D. A. Brown preached an unusually impressive sermon ::: the Methodist Church on on the subject of "S nlvation." Kcv. O. A. Darby closed with an appro priate exhortation. The congrega tion w...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 9 May 1879

Por (\\r O'-?!' ?'??.- T'rv 'j liotil v AM? !?! <*0Ycrhie\ t!" c'ttrth was Iiis bcd "Gel but fif* iny's(ins?bfnci oh,'kingof thia hind I That fjtv.ir itlbiic I'll rcociveal thy Iinlid 1'' And no like I ?io;r.'iie.-t lot IUO repeat To those who would win im by fraud and ?K-i.it, ''Get Out of my sim.-hinc, and let me alone, I'll take nothing IV in you?1 want but my own." GeTbut ttjmy sunshine,yo lickleand nrou '. IF slander should reach nie you'd go with the crowd, I am happy, contented, light-hearted, and free, And I crave neither lair >\md> hit fuvor from dice, T lore iuy true friends, mid am ready lo ?peak A word for the erring, the poor, and the weak, 1 pity my too.:, and I wish (horn no ill - Their fYoWUti caiUiol fright me, their lip.to cannot kill. Get out of iny sunshine all yo who conspire To rn flic my feelings and waken my ire, The ills I hayc Siiflcr'd aflljet niu no more, And the storm that uuoc ra fed in my honuin is u't r, ] can sing and dance with Hie cherishe...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 16 May 1879

ONE D0L1.A1! PER ANNUM. > GOD ^.ISTD OITI* COUNTBY. ALWAYS tv ADVANCE VOLUME VI FRIDAY MORNING* MAY 16, 1879. NUMBER 14 FLORAL FAIR 1879. List of Articles for which Premiums arc offered by the Orangeburg Agricultural and Mechanical Association, to be ex hibited at the Floral Fair of naul Aesocin tion which will be held ou the 30th of May 1879: Greatest variety of hot house Flants exhibited by one person. Itefit collecdon of Plant?. ?2nd. Best" ?? " Best Fancy leaf Geraniums. 2nd. Rest" '? Rest Zonale " " Und. Best '? Bast Scented " " 2nd. Best " ?? Rest Pclargonumj. 2nd. Rost ?? Rest Furfiias. 2nd. Rest " Best Pansics. " Begonias. " Colcous. Single Plant. " Rosen (cut Flowers.) " Mixed Flowers (arranged.) Greatest variety of Vegetables. Rest collection ?? 2nd. Rest " Best Cabbages (not less than heads.) " Irish Potatoes " Strawberries. .T. L. BEILTMAN, Secret irv and Treasurer, ?. A. .1 M. A. ap'l_7t Call atlhe mill she" OF SOREiXTRUE & LOR EA Tie lb re purchasing elsewhere, ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 16 May 1879

ONE DOLLAU PER ANNUM. ^ GOD ^VTSTD OUR COTJTSTTl^Y. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE VOLUME VI FRIDAY MORNING^ MAY 16, 1870. NUMBER 14 FLOH Ali FAIR 1879. Lint of Articles for which PrcmuimR are offered by the Orangeburg Agricultural and Mechanical Association, to be ex hibited at the Floral Fair of Raid Associa tion which will be held on the 80th of May 1879: Greatest variety of hot house riants exhibited by '?ne person. Best collection of IManti. ?2nd. Beat " Best Fancy leaf < icraniuin*. 2nd. Bent " " " Best Zonale " " ?2nd. Best ?? Bent Seen ted 2nd. Best Best Pelargonium. 2nd. Boat Best Fuehiaa. 2nd. Best " Bent Pansirn. " Begonias. " Colcoun. ?' Single Plant. " Bosen (cut Flowern.) " Mixed Flowers (arranged.) Greatent variety of Vegetables. i>v?. \.v>iivCiion 2nd. Best " ? " Best Cabbage.1' (not lens than heads.) " Irish Potatoes " Strawberries. .T. L. II KI LT MAX, Secret iry and Treasurer, O. A. & M. A. np'l 7t Call at the "CALlFOltUiA sro r OF SORENTRUE & LOR EA I lefbre ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 16 May 1879

THE OUAMxEJiUKti TlSIlft. .i> K VICKY 1 i:i l?AV MOKNIN? ? 'V <\ KUWAldlS. i'rofi^rihi? STILUS It. MKLMl'lJ KM' Kdiior. Termfj pt' Stator^c:i* i ] > I i 01 l? One Copy one \~car.j I no " iSYx Mouti.H. 7") Kali's of Advertising. f?nr Square 1st Insertion.SI 00 F.uch Subsequent " . ?? .Njp.'o'. M inserted in J,oeol Column at 20<j y.,-, yf// Subicriptions and Transient Advertise welds tii //<? paid for in Adinnec. I.'.-.. Wo tire in no way responsible lor the views or opinions of our Correspond p.its. rniDA Y. MAY I?, 1870. The Ashes of the Brave. Woman's OlVoi-in-r?''Tears Arid Love for the l!re *'?l.oliiniliia's oleitiot'ubio Day. Tuesday was ouo of the most memorable days llml Columbia or even Carolina hits ever witnessed* Men and women from every scot ion ? ?i the Slate, and even in,in our .-i.-ter Slates, flocked I" tha Capital to wit ness the. unveiling of the magnificent monumont erected through woman.' di vuliou to the mi mory of the 11 dead ui the Southel ii Cou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 16 May 1879

Tho Oran^cbiiTfi: Times LOCAL NOTICE. My connection with the Times having ceased on tlie lvt of January, 1879, by tiie sale of the property to Messrs. M elJichain p & Edwards, I hereby authorize Mr. W. A. Edwards to collect and receipt for all amounts due hid on tlie paper as its proprietor up to the aforesaid date. Gfokge B?liver. I'oHloflicc. Bloiirs. Open from S:HO to 10 A. M. Open Irani I0a)0 A. M. to I I*. M. On and after the 12th hist., the Columbia mail will he opened and delivered eneh night, Columbia mail clones at 10 A.M. Charleston mail closes at 5:3U 1'. M. On Tuesdays nnd Fridays a mail for Felderville, Vaiicos Ferry and Holly Hill, closes at 7;3Q A. M. Un Fridays li mail for Knolls' mills. "Witt.v mills and Kishes' Store, closes at '2:30 T- U. Our Sumlay Noies? In the morning of last Sabbath wo listened to a most wholesome dis course from Rev. O. A. Darby in the Methodist Church from Hornaus 818, 'Tor I reckon that the sufferings of this present lime are not worthy...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 16 May 1879

A tori] who sliot r. i-'ew York law yer began to prosper right away. Lahdis, who eliot a New Joraey edi tor, lost his -property, his wit'o got a divorce, and he is last becoming a _Junatic. You may shoot as many lawyers as you please and still pros per, but if you wish to enjoy the pleasures of this world and to escape the torments of '?hereafter,'' never plug an editor. Never, no never ! ? Take the telescope of truth, and look into a glass of whiskey, and you'll see dying widows, heartbroken mothers, wailing, orphans, bloodshed, murder,stealing infidelity, ignorance , ?want, depravity, blasphemy, moral corruption,disease, and all crimes and physical debilities that man is sub ject to. . ??a, - - ? mm mn The importance of the Constitution grows upon Hayes as he gels older. It is the same Constitution under which a dozen years ago, in Congress, he voted for political riders on ap propriation bills which he now vetoes.? Phil. Time*, Trirl, "Never mind, sonny, the rain makes boys grow,...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 23 May 1879

FLOR Ali FAIR 1879. List of Articles for which Promuima are offered by the Orangnburg Agricultural nnd Mechanical Association, tu bb ex hibited at the Floral Fair <>i Baid Associa tion which will ho held on the30:h of May 1S70: Greatest variety of hot house Plants exhibited by one person. Beat collection of Plants. Und. P..st " Pest Fancy leaf (.iCrani inns. Und. P.esl " " Pest Zonale " " 2nd. Best ?? Best Seen ted " u 2nd. Best Best Pelargonien?. 2nd. Best " Pest Fuchias. 2nd. Pest " Best PAnJiA.-G 1 " Begonias. " Colcous. '? Single Plant. " Roses (cut Flowers.) " Mixed Flowers (arranged.) Greatest variety of Vegetables. Pest collection " 2nd. Best " Best Cabbages (not less than heads.) '* Irish Potatoes " Strawberries. J. I.. BElbTMAN, Secretiry and Treasurer, O. A. & M. A. np'l 7t b-jl? ii OF S0REKT11UE & LOR E.\ Before purchasing elsewdierc, and examine their New and well selected stock of Which they sell at prices to suit the hard limes. Embroideries ! From 2 to 2...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 23 May 1879

THE ORAKUEItUltti TIMES. ISSUED fVKKY Vmi)*y Mr?i?7?j ? i . :. <ji S> i.iljsc rip bion* i (. hu wit; Year.id 00 "' Six Months. 75 Kales of Advertising. One Square lut Insertion.$1 00 Each Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in Local Column <it 20c per Line. All Subscriptions und Transient Advertwc ments to be paid for in Advance. JpSy are in uo way responsible lor the views or opinions of our Correspond *nts. Ml I DAY, MAY 23, 1S71?. Rings und their Cure. Kings and monopolies are the blighting frosts ol' freedom and pros perity. Capital legitimately used is a blessing to the masses, but when capitalists band together, and not only construct monopolies, but actu ally control the legislation of tho land, as il has been in the United Stales since the advent of Republi ifltiunt, the people may well tremble for their liberties. The monster rings of Northern centres sweep everything in their rrgal train, and none dare oppose in their overawing presence. Nor is this all. Their evil...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 23 May 1879

The Ovarif^oburp; Times X, O C A T/ NOTICES. My connection with the Times having ceased on the 1st of January, 1879, by the sale of the property to Messrs. Mellichamp <fc Edwards, I hereby authorize Mr. W. A. Edwards to collect and receipt for all amounts due me on the paper as its proprietor up to the aforesaid date. Gfokge Bolivkr. Postolllcc JIonrH. Open from 8:80 to 10 A.M. Open from J0::i0 A. M. to I I?. M. On ami lifter the 1-th insl., tlie Coluntlua mail will he opened tuid delivered eacli night. Columbia ninil closes nt 10 A.M. Charleston mail closes at 5:30 1\ M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for FeldervUle, Vanees Ferry and Holly Hill, closes at 7:3? A. M. On Fridays a mail for K units' mills, Witts' mills and Hishcs' Store, closes at 2:30 !?? M. "Till at Xcrer?" "Hardly Ever" in the Pinafore to night. Itoek Fish Arc getting plentiful. Can't the [rice be reduced a little. The "b'islcrs and cousins ami the aunts" at the Pinafore, at the concert to night. l ine Perfumery...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 23 May 1879

The'Eonefit of Laughing. In his ? Problem of II sa?ti/* Dr. Greene fcuyN thajt Ihcro is n it lho re motest corner or little inlet of the minute bloodvessels of the human body-tluit does not fool .sonic wavelet from the convulsion occasioned by good, hearty laughter. The lifo prin ciples) or central man, is shaken to its innermost depths, sending new tides of life and strength to the sur face, thus nmlorialiy tending to in fcuro good health to the persons who indulge therein, 'i he blood moves more rapidlj', and conveys a different impressiqn to all the organs of the body, as it visits them on that particu lar, mystic journey when the man is laughing, from what il docs at other times. For this reason, every good, hearty laugh in which a person in dulges, tends to lengthen his life, conveying, :>s it does, no.v and dis tinct stimulus to the vital forces. Doubtless the time will come when physicians, conceding more import ance than they now do to the influ ence of the mind upon the ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 30 May 1879

ONE DOLLAR l'KU; ANNUM. )? GOD AND OXIR COUNTRY VOLUME VI FRIDAY MORNING. MAY ?o, 1879. NUMBER 16 FLORAL FAIR 1879. List of Articles for which Premiums are offered hy the Orungcbiirg Agricultural and Mechanical Association, to be ex hibited at the Floral Fair of Bald Associa tion which will be held on the ">0:h of May 1879: Greatest variety of hot house "Plants exhibited by one person. Best collection of Planta. 2nd. Best " Pest Fancy leaf Geraniums. ?2nd. Best "? " " Best Zonale '2nd. Bent - Best Scented " " 2nd. Best Best Pelargonumn. 2nd. Best Best Fnehias. 2nd. r?cst " Befit Pansics. M Begonias. *' ColeotiH. " Single l'lanl. " Bosch (cut flowers.) " Mixed Flowers (arranged.) (Ircatest variety of Vegetables. Heat collection ?' " 2nd. Best " " Best Cabbages (not less than heads ) ** Irish Potatoes " Strawberries- ' ,T. jL. HEILT MAN, Secret irv and Treasurer, O. A. & M. A. ap'l _ 7J_ Ca IL "at the OF SOMNTRUE & LOU -EA Before purchasing elsewhere, ami examine their New ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 30 May 1879

? THE CHANG Eilt'It <j TIME!}. TPPl'KD 1 ?ERU KRIDAY MORNING MKfcM?ri.Y*P & EDWAHDS, Proprietors. STILES K. MELLICH AMP Editor. Terms ol' Subscription* One Copy one Year.$1 00 " Six Month.'. 75 -:o: Rates of Advertising. On* Square 1st Insertion.$1 00 Each Subsequent " . 50 Koiiees inserted in Local Column at 20e per JAne.. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Adxxinct tST" are in no vr.iy rt\?.potmihlc for the vie* 8 or oninionn of our Correspond int?. FRIDAY, MAY 80, 1879. The: National Outlook Never before has tho real and fundamental difference between tho Democratic and Republican pat y been made more apparent than in the rcceut debates in Congress. The latter ia the party of centralism, tak ing every opportunity to interfere v.ith and diminishtho rights of tho States, and increase the power of the general government. The former is the party of the constitution, eudcav oring to keep the general govern ment within tho limits prescribed for it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 30 May 1879

The Orangebnvju; Times L ?C A Xj Postotllcc Hours. Open from 8:30 to 10 A. "M. Opeu from J0:30 A. M. to 4 P. M. On and after the 12tli inst., the Columbia mail will be opened and delivered each night. Columbia mail closes at 10 A. M. Charleston mail closes nt 5:30 P. H. Ou Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for Felderville, Vance* Ferry and Holly Hill, closes at 7/30 A. M. On Fridays a mail for Knotts' mills, VTittA* mills and Kiahes' Store, cloaca at 2:30 P- M. Tbc Weather Is getting, warm, ?lry nn<l dusty. A Iff ad Dog Was killed by W. Bull, Esq., on Friday last. N?da Walirr Of the best quality always on hand at Dr. Reeves' drug store. More or tbone C heap I'iqucs lawns and linens arrived at Heury Kohn's. Jf. W. Moseloy At the U. K. corner keeps every thing in the grocery lino. Give him n call one ami all. A Finished Khlrl For 7? cents, Linen bosom and good longcloth for Eenventy five cents at Heury Kohn's. Improvement? We notice that Sistruuk &, Griffin have put up a fine hanging...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 30 May 1879

The Orangeburg Times L OCA L Postolllcc Hours. Open from 8:'Mio 10 A.*I. Open from J0:30 A. M. to 4 P. M. On ana after the 12th innt., the Columbia mail will be opened and delivered each night, Columbia mail cIohCs at 10 A.M. Charleston mailcloscsat 6:30 P. M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for FeldervUle, Vance* Ferry and Holly Hill, closes at 7.30 A. M. On Fridays a mail for Knotts' mills, "Witt*' mills and Kishe.s' Store, closes at 2:30 P- M. TIic Weather Is getting, warm, dry and dusty. A Mad Dor Was killed by W. Bull, Esq., on Friday last. - ?mmB?*> mm* ? Soda Water Of the best quality always on hand at Dr. Reeves' drug store. - ???? ?"Hini - More or those ? heap Piques lawns aud lineus arrived at Henry Kohn's. ... ? ? ? ? ? ? J, W. Moseloy At the It. K. corner keeps every thing in the grocery lino. Give him a call one and a'd. A Finished Shirt For 75 cents, Linen bosom and good longcloth for Ecnvcnty five cents at Heury Kohn's. Improvement? We notice that Sistruuk &, Gr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 30 May 1879

A Small Boy's Revenge. v I.i. ol :i JeflVrson-n venue our ihc other day to come down towu. He was mentally calculating tho cost per rod of street railways, when the driver looked back and caught sight of the top of bis bead ami leaned oil* to gi\o him a cut, If one of these small boys was ever hit with a driv er's whip b( fore, tho date has been forgotten; but this lad caught a sting er, and left that platform as if he meant to fly. Hie driver chuckled, but the horse didn't. For some rea son ho stopped, left the track, tried to draw Ihc car oil'the rails, and in the effort broke a tug, jerked the money box off the rail into tho mud, aud might have climbed into the car if the driver bad not appeared. While the money was being fished for in the mud nnd repairs made, the small b ?y put in his speech. The "ache" had left him, nnd, standing where be could t ecu re a good \ icw ol operations, he called out : "Kin yc tell a foliar jist 'zactly how much yc made by tbat 'ere job V"? Detroit ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 6 June 1879

1 \ \ e K o ia :us good art thcbest. nni!H WEED >* cheaper than the Ja. cheapest. H am offering tho WEED on the best of JL ut ma and priced. C Will put in a full eel of attachments JL (Tucker, Kntlller &c.) t-? cub!, buyers. S Will guarantee the Machine to be first JL class and substantial. (tall in and try it; as .?t~t?-?1 a- yon feel like J it until*you are satisfied, then .-ee if the price t an in- beat. JOHN A. II AM I I ,T< >X Next t<> Henry Kuhn. BLACKS iVIITEING AN i ? I-IOILRKSI [OEING. Tim undersigned respectfully informs the public that lie has opened at the shop op posite Mr. Joseph Harb y where he is pre pared to do all kind of work in bis line on the shortest notice and in the best work manlike manner. All work guaran e 'I to give satisfaction, ami prices to suit i'.-.-.- pre heat limes. W. ARNOLD, apr'l 2? ly. Oil of ?SOllEiXTHUE & LOR E.\ iclorc piirtlKipi n?j el^ewhore, ;> i I examine their New and well ?elected stock ot" ?irincr Goods W hie...

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