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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 7 May 1880

A. 3?ui>e>x* lbr tlio People. XJo?toJll<;o Hours. Open from' half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A. M.. and from half-past 10 A. M. to 4P. M. Columbia mail -closes at. 10 A, M. and the ciiatlc?ton mall at half, past 5 P. M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a mall for Fcltlerville, Vances Ferry and Holly Hill closes at half-past 7 A. M. On-Fridays a mail for Knott's Millsi Witt's Mills and Hushes' Store closes a, half-past 2 P. M. orangeburg, s. c, May 7. 1880. Notice.?Wo have made arrange ments with tho proprietors of the News and Courier to club their mam moth Weekly with the Democrat at $3 per annum, for both papers, cash in advance. Early.?We were shown a corn tassel on last Saturday, taken from the Held of Mrs. Andrews, about one mile from town. This is certainly epiite early for this grain and shows what energy and industry may do in a climate so mild as ours^ Can any one beat it ? Thanks.?Our thanks arc due Mr. Swurtz Hungerpiller, of Middle St. Matthews, for quite a handsome con tribut...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 7 May 1880

''Forgive and Forgot.." Yon ask nie why sorrow hangs o'or mo, Ami why sternly jlVfi iny pule features set, Tltor/fiaa IhautfuW, iu that billet before Ibee? That short, crumbled Hue.'?Forgive and forget.*1 Those Ihne little words all 1113' fond hones have blasted, Ny heart o'er burdened with sorrow, and yet, E'en though my life those three words have blighted; I'll her freely forgive, but?no, never -VWi . How can.il forget, the sweet guilolcps pleasures. The purei'huly love siueo the first hour \vo met, FiDiug each moment with bliss without meiiMirc? Oh, no, 1 cannot--no, never forget. Tho voice, sweet and gentle, low. soft. and thrilling, Whose silvery' tones rivaled tho clear chuxoncr; The form, proud and stalely?oh. fairest among women? I thee freely forgive, but I cannot forget. The smile, sweet and winning, eyes dark and lender, Tho lair, earnest brow 'neath tho Soft locks of jet; Tho heart I so lovo is its shlo'd?its de lender, I oan easy forgive, but I cannot forget. I will go...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 14 May 1880

- pSSgsg5gS5g^?g~E_5g}^S~^~^~^yfi5B "Vol. TX ORANGEBURG, S, 0., FRIDAY, MAY 14, I88O. 2STo. 20. I_ SHERIDAN ;& SIMS, Proprietors. SUKSCKU'TIOH. One-Year....SI.DO Six Months.:.1.00 Ministers of tho Gospel.1.00 A?:VEhT1SEMENT8. First Instortlon..,.$1.00 ?Euch Subsequent Insertion.GO Liberal c?utracts uiatlo for 3 month nncl over. J 033 18. rBEl'ABEI>,TO.DO.ALT> KINnKOF , . ?? .,n;>V? i?'fj ;a?'M Job J?x?iriti ng Denominational Railroads. In a i?Uvf io tue Burlington UaiuJc ,eyc Burdotto says : On the road once ,raore, with .Lebanon fading away in tbo distance, the fat passenger drum ming ;idly ou the window pane, the .cross passenger sound asleep, and the tall, thin passenger reading "Gen. .-Grant's Tour Around tho World," nnd wonocring why "Green's August .Flower" should he printed above the doers of a Budhist temple at Benares. To me comes the brakcinau, and seat ing himself on the arm of the Beat, says: "I went to church yesterday." "Yes?" I said, with that interested ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 14 May 1880

A. l??f>or ibr iho J'eoplo,. H. G. ttanwu?, [ Proprietors. Jam Ks L. Sims, ) 1 StmSClUCTiON.' One Year...*...v..S$l ?O Six Months.....1 OO Mlnicters ol the Gospel. I OO AI>,VKUTl?lNr. UAfT.ES. F!r*t Insertion, per square....1 OO Kaoh Subsequent Insertion..,.....f>0 fe5P~Liheriil .conlraeis nmoe jui" ithreo mouths tinO longer periods. AU transient ndyerlisciucntfl must bo paid for In advance. Marriages ami Notices of Deaths, not jinking over one square, Inserted free. Mtid solicited {^?Wc are not responsible for the views of our .Correspondents. AU" M'Jitf.ness CoMiuunilettttons. 1 .etters for lfU.bljktttt.iotl, and Orders for ^inscrip tion, as well as ail Advertisements, fchould ho addressed to SlIEltlOAX & SIMS, Orunjrcbuig, S. C. Okakukujuru, s. C. May 14. I?8?. Notes. ?A Western Republican paper says iL '.'isn't opposing Grant's nomi nation," luit merely calls attention to the fact that he was t]?e head of tho worst gang of thieves known in his tory. ?To go back to. ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 14 May 1880

'Open from hulf-pnat 8 to 10 o'clock A. ?"M., npd ?from -half-past 10 A. M. to ,<1 P. m. -Columbia mail closes at 10 A, M. and tlio Charleston mall at half-past 5 P. M. ? On Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for Felderville, Vances Ferry and Holly Hill closes at.half-pnst 7 A.M. ?On Fridays a mail for Knott's MillstJ Witt's Mills and liishes' Store closes a,! half-past 2 P. M. *_ ORANGEHURO, S..C, MAY 14. 1880. '/Notice.? Wo have ,made arrange ments with the proprietors of the Ncios and Courier toclub their mam moth Weekly with the Demochat at S3 per anntim,,for both papers, cash In advance. The ?Rev. >W. i?. Riehardson is in town on a visit. Oraugeburg must have nn.attraction for hi in. Notice.?All Democratic Clubs are requested.to send immediately to Col. J. It. 'Heitltman, Secretary of the ?County Democratic Executive Com ?mittee, the names of their Presidouts, ?his postoflice address, and the names ?of their respective clubs, and in what! township they are'located. I IFiloraj. F...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 14 May 1880

Divided Lives. Divided lives 1 The words unfold A hjddCii store of silent pain, Wij were its one in days of old : Divided now, estranged and cold, How- caii we meet again? The days go on; tho busy race Ol life and duty must be run. We pass the olden meeting-place, Or look eacli oilier in the face, And wish the past undone. Divided lives! And, day by day, More hard to hear the loss appears; Too oil the b>ved one drifts away. A tar from us. and hope's bright ray Is quenched in lonely tears. The pusl i? dead that was so sweet. Lu.Mj is the love we culled our own; Our lit. has reached It3 noon day heat, The road Is rouyh for weary feet, Ai.d yet wc walk alone. No firl.ure lime can.e'er fulfill The nroinjscs of those early days, < >ur W'l'rk'nehicves success, but still The old wound throbs, and ever will? Divided lives, divided ways! A Woman's Roason. Why should I '?lake my happy youth, My days of spring, i'poti a man's unle.-l.od truth And prollercd ring? 5 oti praiso me for my...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 21 May 1880

SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. SUV.SCUirTION. One Year.?l.fiO Hix Months.il.'OO Miulstera of the Gospel.J.00 A?y EHTISKM KN TS ? First, Insterlion..$1.00 4?noh Subsequent Insertion.50 j Liberal contracts tiia?e for :J moiitl sind over JO 13 OJ^JTJCUas 18 I'JIEI'AltKD-Ta DO-AU I -Job l3rmtijorg Pleasant Pastimes. [Written for the DEMOCRAT.] "Gentle roailer, wus there never a time in your experience when the nice young man, so agieeuble generally, became quite formidable?a positive terror, iti fact? If so, we sincerely pity you, for such recollections lloatcd back to us us we penned the heading above. Jt happened on n very pleas ant afternoon in the present'charming month of May, that in company with a number ot friends, we were enjoy ing a pic-nie, tho pastime, you know, ? usually indulged in on Ascension ? day in the country. '*'hc rays of the sun were, lengthening towards the ??western horizon, and wo were reclia ?ing against a friendly tree, comforta bly disposed towards all mo...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 21 May 1880

A. I'aper ibr tlio People. II. G. SlIKH.DAN, j p ,lctors. JA MKS Iii SlMS, J 1 8U?SCItU*Tl?N. One Year.Sf*l C50 Six Months.1 OO Ministers or the Gospel.1 OO ?o? ADVERTISING KATES. i F!**t Insertion, per square.1 OO Kach Subsequent Insertion.:.v?>0 j?^Iilberal contracts nuiue um* three mouths und longer periods. All transient advertisements nutst be paid for in advance. Mtirrbi?res and Notices of Deaths-, not nuking over one square, inserted free, and solicited. ?o? JiJ^Wc :irc not responsible fur Jt\\c views of our Correspondent*. All Business Communications. Letters for ruhliealiou. ami Orders lor Subscrip tion, as well us all Advertisement should be addressed to SlIivKJ DAN & SIMS. Or.tiiiifcb.urjr, ts. ,<'? OUANOEimitO, .s. (.'.. May2J.1$S0. Notes, ? ?"Grant ami Bruce," according to the Boston 7'okc*, is just Iqo lovely a blonde and brunette team for any thing. ?Five different parlies have this vear attempted to whip Michigan journalists. The last one is still in the ho...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 21 May 1880

A. l??i>ox* ibr tlio People, Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A. <M.. and from balf-past 10 A. M. to 1 P. M. Columbia mall closes at 10 A, M. and the Charleston mail at halft past 5 P.M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a mall lor Folderville, Vnhces Ferry and Holly Hill closes at half-past 7 A. M. On .Fridays a mall for Knott's MUhq Witt'? ?Mills and ltishcs' Store closes a,' hall-past 2 V. M. Or?noeuukg, s. C May 21. 1ss0. Notice.' Wo havo made arrange ments with the proprietors of the lYctvs and Courier to club their mam moth-Weekly with the Democuat at ?3 per annum, for both papers, cash In advance. Correspondent Wanted.?The Co '.lumbia Register wishes to obtain a regular correspondent at this place. Anyone desiring to net will please communicate with that paper. Cure Youuself. Take Mall's Hepatic Panacea for Dyspepsia, indi gestion, Sick and Nervous Headache, sand ali diseases arising from a torpid Liver. ? It is purely vegetable, and .satisfaction guaranteed or money re funded...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 21 May 1880

A. Pupor ibr tlio People.. I*ot?toil)?o Hours; Open from ball-oust S to 10 o'clock A. <M., and from half-past 10 A. M. to 4 P.. M. Columbia mail closes at 10 A, M. and the Charleston mail at half- past f> P. M. On Tuesdays anil Fridays a mail for Feldervllle, Vanccs Ferry and Holly Hill closes at half-past 7 A. M. On Fridays a mail lor Knott's Mtitlsj Witt'jt?Mills and ltishes' Store closes a, half-paet 2, P. M. ORAKOEBUKG, S. C, May 21. 1880. Notice.? We have made arrange ments with the proprietors of the JWcivs and Courier to club their mam moth-Weekly with the Democrat at $3 per annum, for both papers, cash in advance. CoKiucsroN'dknt Wantkd.?The Co lumbia Register wishes to obtain a .regular correspondent at this place. Anyone desiring to net will please communicate with that paper. Cure Youuself. Take Hall's Hepatic Panacea lor Dyspepsia, Indi gestion, Sick and Nervous Headache, ;and ali diseases arising from a torpid Liver. - It is purely vegetable, ami .satisfaction gua...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 21 May 1880

Tho Swallows. 'Watch Hie swallow* near the window, All which have been nestling here Hid tarewell. and are to leave us, Leave us lor the present year. Look above yon' lofty steeple. Do you see them swiftly lly<V Seem to chat about their journey To a more congenial sky. Heart, my heart, oh let them go, ;Do not grieve about tin; past! Spring conns hack, the swallows with it, Tlmu'lU lind happiness at last! Silence,reigns in all the branches, Not a zephyr lans the air; Still remembrance whispers lowly Of.toy yearning, my despair. .With the swallows, ah. bas,vaulshM j All the bliss 1 weened in store! Tine, inycf spring will bring tho .former, 41 ill uty love returns no more ! ?Constant.change rule the world. Knie o'er limn, and o'er his lot ; ,l?iit when love dies with the roses, Ah, the spring recalls it not! 1 Clippings. ?Moses is held up as ti good man, and yet he bucked l'haraoh. ?Tho world owes us all a living, but she is just as hard do collect from us any other debtor. ?Oregon...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 28 May 1880

SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. Subscription. Ono Year.81.60 Six Mouths.,.1.00 Ministers of tho Gospel.1.00 adv BKTIS KM ICNTS. First Instertion...$1.00 Each Subsequent Insertion...50 Liberal contracts made for 3 month and over. JOJ3 OFJTIOE 13iPBBCARED TO UO AI;L KINDS Ql' <Jo'b I^i^iritiiig Meeting of the Agricultural Society. The meeting was called to order by Dr. W. P. Barton and minutes of last meeting road and confirmed. The committee of ten on Uie Factory, appointed at the last session of the Society was represented by its chair man, Mr. Ilarpin Biggs, who reported verbally that the project was dropped and asked to be discharged. Dr. Barton, President of the Socie ty, stated that he had.been appointed special correspondent to the State Agricultural Commissioner and call ed for answers to llie following ques tions : Are there any diseases pre vailing among the stock of the coun ty? Mr. Mc Salley stated that he lias cholera among his hogs but thought that the disease would...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 28 May 1880

I?Ojp>ox* for tlie Pooplo. II. G. SlIISIUDAK, ) . , James i, Sims, J ^n^ovs. ?suusciiirTioN. One Year.J^l CiO Six Months.1 OO Ministers ?r two Gospel.i oo --0? ADVKItTISIXr: liiVTKS. K!?'.*t Ins? rilon. per sonaro.1 OO K;?cli Subsequent insertion.rso ""iS""? Liberal contracts mane iur three] ?months nod longer periods. All transient advertisement.** must be paid lor in advance.. Marriage.-* and Not lees of Deaths, not | jinking over one square, inserted tree, and solicited. o? .^"Wc are not ie>|.) >ii^.ible ifor the vb- w s t vf ?n r ?( 'ones pi mm ton h*. All iJusiucKS Coinnvuideations, Letters for Publication, and (> id eis.lor Suhsenp-) lion, as well as ?II Advertisements,I should he addressed In Sil Kil l DAX ?& SIMS. Ornngelmrg. s. ('. ; OltANOKitt ins, S. ('.. May 28. 1 SSO. Notes. ?"Spoons" llntler says "if Jus tice Field is made tbe DemocraticI Presidential nominee I will support him and -carry Massachusetts fori him." Field must have "been guilty ot some mea...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 28 May 1880

J\. Paper lor tli? People, l5oK?'Oillt*O.IrlouvS. Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A. al.tand from half-past 10 A. M. to <i P. M. Columbia mail closes at 10 A. M. ami the Charleston mail at hall-cast C P. M. On Tuesdays and Fridays a mail lor Feldervillc, Vaitces Ferry and Holly Hill closes at half-past -7 A. "SI. On Fridays a mail for Knoll's Mills) "Witt's Mills* and Itlshcs' Store closes a, halt-past 2 P. M. OitANu'imuim, S. C iMay 28. 1880. Notice,? Wo have made arrange ments with the proprietors of ihe Netos and Courier lo club their mam moth Weekly with the Dkmocuat at $3 per annum, for both papers, cash 'in advance. Notick.?The building of a new church on Falisto Circuit will be let out to f'ne lowest bidder on Saturday, ?iJtlu^ 19th, at Hebron Church at 12 o'clock* The. lonely vigils ol the night are lerrib/le, especially by the bedside ol the jftek, and it is just the thing lo haVc a bollle of Cousscu's Money of X?r to cure their coughs, cold, croup, etc. Price 50c. F...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 28 May 1880

A Book of Poems. To-day I found in a drawer, Where 1 had not looked for years, ? A volume of little poems; And my eyes grew blind with tears As I turned the yellow pages And found some daisies dead. That mniked the last sweet poem My darling ever toad. How well I can remember, That tiAornoon in May, We saw the white sailed vessels (Jo sailing down the bay ; And our ships went sailing outward As far as ships could ho Bound for the far off island in loves'8 enchanted sea. She read me this quaint, sweet poem, Her little hand in mine, J can hear the sobbingocenu And see the blue waves shine? And like tome dream of sorrow The years have passed away, And 1 am by her sah- again, This afternoon in May. I look in her eyes ami listen To* her voice so soft and sweet, As her lips this strange, sweet fancy Of the pout's hi Ulli repeat, And think that love is a poem, So old and yet so new, The sweeter! of all sweet poems To those wtio make it true. Ah! bul-the poem ended! The beautiful dream is d...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 4 June 1880

SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. SUIiSCKIlTlON. Ono Year.....81.50 Six Months.1.00 Ministers of tho Gospel.1.00 A OY E KT IS EM EN TS. First Instertlon.81.00 Each Subsequent Insertion.60 and over JOB OFJFICE IB J'HEl'AREO TO DO ALL KIKDSOF ?Xol:> [Printing Ammonia. Editor Orangeburg Democrat: Last winter you requested me to write you on this subject something practical. At this late day I comply. Nitrogen, ammonia and nitric acid, for practical purposes, wo. will con sider tho same thing. Nitrogen or ammonia is originally received from the air. In the decomposition of all vegetable anil animal matter ammo nia is formed, ammonia makes flesh audblood. All plants re ceive nitrogen from lue air, ??yen the lowest order of plants, and when de composed forms ammonia. Soux plants contain much mote nitrogen than others. The excrement of sheep contaiu nearly twice as much as the horse, because we imagine that the sheep feeds on nitrogenous plants.' In fact stable manure contains ammo nia ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 4 June 1880

H. G. SllKltlDAN, I n . . i t I, } Proprietors. SUIlSOlUPriON. Ou? Year.s$l ?50 Six IVIimiIti<.! OO AiVtilr-HTrt Ol" lilt; Goppel. 1 OO ?o? . advkktisino RATHS. iK'*#t Insertion, per square.1 OO Kac"h Sirti#e<pici.t Insertion.r>0 Liberal uontrncts inane ior lli.ro? months lUl'U longer periods. All traij.-aeni advi:rii&ciMciii.v must be paid for ill advance. Marri.i^tiS anil Notice* Deaths, ?not jn,akm^! ove.r pue square, inserted free, and. .sy.lie.'aed. J0jH'1\y.ii are not responsible for the MCws mir <J?rvcspilndeiits. Ali luUIncss Oomtmintcnt-ious. Letters tor i'nUlie.nioii. and Order* lor Subscrip tion., as v.e.ll as all Advertisements, Should be addressed to SlllClODAN & SIMS. ' , >' - Oronjreburg, S. ('. - OU .lX?'rl Ul lMi. S. C. d l NK 4, 1SS0. Democratic Stato Ticket. Pur Governor. GEN. JOHNSON UAGOOD. v. For Lieuieutuni-Governor. ? GEN- JOHN D. KENNEDY. Fui Secretary of Stale. COL. K. M. SIMS. For Comptroller-General. . HON. J. C. C01T. ?'' i Jr.!! ?...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 4 June 1880

J\v l3n\yox' ?\>v tl*o People. Powtollloo Il?n,ri*?. Open from half past 8 to 10 O'clock A M., anil (ftqjn li*lf-pasl 10 A- <i P. M. Columbia mail .closes at 10 A. M.anc! the Charleston mail at hall ast ? I*. M ?On Tuesdays arid ^Fridays a mall lor iFeldervIlle, VancCs Ferry ami lloliy Hid closus at hall-past .7 A.'M. OinFrldays a avail lor Knott's Millsi ?Witt's Mills and Riehes1 Store closes a, halt-past 2.P. M. OitANGicuurto, S. 0., .Junk 4. 1S80. .Notice.? Wo have undo arrange ments with the proprietors ol' Hie N'ton and Courier to club their mam moth Weekly with the democrat at $3 per atinum, for both papers, cash in advance. Tim best preparation known in the market tor restoring grav hair to its original color is. Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer. Try it! Notice.?The building ot a new church on fcdisto Circuit, will be let out to the lowest bidder on Saturday, June 19th, at Hebron Churc.lt at 12 o'clock. The Oat Citot*.? We learn .that the oat crop Is being rapidly...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 4 June 1880

?-??.-???-? Tho Dial of Time. Tick, tick, tick, tho hand 011 tho dial Now points to the hour Qfonoi Tlfc3em?H firaft of an infant voice Proclaims a lifo begun. Tick, tick, tick, a shy young maul bits dreaming iu tho eveulidc. And Bbe think* of the maidy grace of him WLo late has left her side. Tick, tick, tick, life's noon Is reached, A fohd sweet kiss Is pressed On the golden curls or a little child " That bleeps on a mother's breast. Tick, lick, tick, with noiseless tread The years are slipping away ; Tho hair has lost its golden hue, Aud its color is turned to gray. Tick, tick,-. bat the hands stands still; Blow comes the feeble breath ; Life's leeblo Hume at lust goes out In the gloomy night of death. Clippings. ?Tilden says he didn't cut Whitta ker's cars, ?A mule is tame enough in front ?but awfully wild behind. ?Can anyone improve his condi tion by whning? If not whine not. ?*?Pm a moderate drinker" assert ed an old toper: "1 only take ouc (trink at a lime." ?The next move of...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 11 June 1880

SHERIDAN & SIMS, Proprietors. SUUSCIUl'TION. One Year.SI .50 feix Months.1.00 Ministers of the Gospel.1.00 AUVEUTlSKMKNTg. First Instertlon.f.$1.00 Each Subsequent Insertion.00 Liberal contracts muri? for '.) month mulnvr JOT3 OiFFI-CJS 18 I?HK1?ARE1) TO 1>0 ALT, KINDSOE It Might Have Been. The fire burrs cheerily in mv room! to-night; the llglil gilds the furniture, j the pictures and the ornaments; ullj openly utiyestive of cusinoss and Comfort. I lean hack in mv aim chair,survey the surroundings and try to think that I am contented* But it is in vain. I cat) onh re ilizo its em tiness. To me it isonlv tin- taunl;ng ghost of what might have been. How vividly the past comes up he for me now. It is useless f r mc to attempt to d ive away these tlunj ih's, for they arc bittei memories of tn> past life, which like Banquo'a ghost, will not down at. the bidding. I try to crush out all thoughts ol the past, as at othe" times, but they come with such weight, that they are strong...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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