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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 13 August 1880

.A. X*ni><ii* lor like A>ooj>l*i. II. (!. SllEltlDAN, I ? . , , , * } Proprietors. James L. Sims, ) 1 ?kangkuuug, s. c. August 13, ikhu. Dr. Tauner, who started out iu Now York to last, forty days, has iu> ?oinplibhod the task. His forty days Mas up ]4st Saturday, und sitae that, time he has lieen making up for lost time by eating neat ly all ll)e time. A sale of the .S. C. R. R. has been ordered at the suit of the Bond Holders" of the Second Mortgages. Wo trust tins may result in much good finan cially to the road and that it may continue to prosper as it has done under the management of Receiver] Fisher. A man by tlie name of McLane is stumping the upper part of the State j in the interest of the Greenback Par ly, and muy visit Orangchurg County before he concludes his pilgrimage. Some one ought to inform air. Mc JLano that be is not ou the ticket with Weaver. ?*\Vk must take Southern Demoo racy und Soulhern society as they are," remarks the New York Tribune. V'xael...

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. — 13 August 1880

Piipcr ibr Hie A*-l?<>|>14J. II. G. SllEUlDAN, ? , . ... ' J Proprietors. jam ks L. bt.ms, ) * OtlAKGKUUi'O, S. C. august Vi. 1880. Dr. T inner, who blurted out in New York to last, forty days, has ac complished (he tusk. His forty days was up last Saturday, ami since that time he .has been making up for lost time by eating nearly all tlje time. A sale of the ft. C. R. R. has been ordered at th? suit of the Pond Holder! of the Second Mortgages. Wo trust| this may result in much good finan cially to tue road and that it may continue to prosper as it has done! under the management of Receiver] Fisher. A man by the name of McLunc is stumping the upper part of the State in the interest of the Greenback Par ly, and muy visit Orangeburg County before he concludes his pilgrimage, j Some one ought to inform Mr. Mc-| Lane that he is not on the ticket with Weaver. "Wi: must take Southern Dcuioc racy and Southern society as they arc," remarks the New York Tribune. V'xactly, only you d...

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. — 13 August 1880

j\. Paper ibr tUo People. OltAKGEUUliO, S. C, ?U0U8T 13 We bad the pleasure of meeting in town lust Tuesday Capt. Jas. S. Hoy ward, editor and proprietor of the Kingotrcc Star. Delegates.?The following dele gates were clcoted last week to repre sent Lyon's Township Democratic Club at Lbo County nominating Con vention : Dr. J. W. Summers, Capt. J. W. Sellers, J. L. Past, and J. B. O'N. Holloway. Sallie Spriggins, one of our rural sisters, had her picture taken the other day, and the likelcss was won derful to behold, but no remedy like Portaline, 0.1 Tabler's Vegetable Liv er Powder has ever been prepared. It will cure you. Price ?Oc. For sale by Dr. J. G Waunnmaker. 1 Heavy Rain.?The heaviest rain ever known by the oldest inhabitant fell in Middle St. Matthews on Thurs day evening of.last week. In many places the roads are badly washed, and the crops seriously damaged. Thioughout this entire section the crop estimate of two weeks ago can not be realized now in consequence of the rec...

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. — 13 August 1880

"Only n Curl." Only a Mule sllkch t'u.l. Cut from fin- head ol'u laughing ttirl. In happy long ago; Itnl all'.tiic langhin:: gb'l is dead. Ami Irnin m.v III? Ilm Myhl lins Heil, Kor t'h ! 1 h>\ od Ums so. Only a loek of shining hair That crowned my darling hrlglll null fair Rcioie death's parting hlow. Hut it hrtiVgs liiicR her vanished clinrm?, Jlcr pies>ing lip- and liliitging arias. For oil! 1 lin ed her so. -:U ** Only a litth- silken tresn. That used my sued oticVohe??!? to press, And o'er her shoulders How. Hut. looking hack through by-gone years, A holy thing that truss appears. For <>h ! 1 low d her so. Only a lltllo silver thread. 1 15y which niy heart was captive led, I ii happy youth. And In ! It still leads on through griofiuid pain. To where the parted meet again, Kor oh ! 1 loved her so. Only a littleI'lllglel lair. Only a d ad tril l's glossy hair. Hut words could not. bestow? Treasure enough to lill its place, Or summon hark the one lost face, That i have...

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. — 20 August 1880

responding will b? important, apd is urged upon all, as a part of the plan is not to commence tho publication of The Farmer until the whole amount necessary for tho purpose has been realized. The Farmer will contain sixteen pages 12.1-2 by 10 inches. Though local in name, it is by no means designed that it shall be local in its sphre of usefulness. On the contrary, it is intended for any and overy part of the State. Ono dollar will be tho subscription price of The Farmer for one year. Names of sub scribers can be forwarded through the mail to the undersigned, or left with Capt. Hamilton at his store. Single hints or receipts in an agricul tural journal not unfrcqucntly prove of much greater value to a subscriber than the co3t of the paper. We once saw in the Southern Culti vator a communication from a Geor gia farmer, detailing his plan of cur ing meat. Impressed with it as being a good one, wc adopted it, and 1 arc satisfied it ? has saved us many times over the subsciption price o...

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. — 20 August 1880

H. G. Shkkipan, ? promictora .James L. Sims, } 1 ropilcwmj* SUBSOHII?TION. One Year...*.*?.$11 OO Six Moutkd??>...*.!./..XTu. GO ItMDMio .?/???.>.-??:. yUMMMBi ? aovkut1s1ng ItATKS. Kirat Insertion,' pur s?junre.........l OO Kueh aubsequeut insertion..'....GO 0*11,1; IL> AN & SIMS, Oraugeburg, ?. C. Ouangeuuug, S. C, August 20, 1880. Ouii Nominating Convention which iineels next Wednesday should re meniber that offices are not. intended as rewards for individuals, or as prizes' to be contended for by ambi tious or impecunious citizens. Of fices of trust, should be dispensed solely lor the public good, independ ent of nil other considerations. Capt. F. V/. Dawson and Gen. J. D. Kennedy iiaVe been selected as >tnembtirs' of. the National Finance Committee of the Democratic party for South Carolina. The names of these gentlemen are a sufficient guar antee that every effort will bo mude to secure the complete success of the Democratic p?tty.at the next elec tion, both st...

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. — 20 August 1880

?A. X'upoi* fox* tlio People, Orangeuurg, S. C, August 20,18S0. We regret to notice the difficulty nr.d dissatisfaction into which our Aikcn friends have been led by means of the primary system. We are glad Orangeburg is free from any muddle of this kind. Mr. James Cannon has removed bis talor shop from the Public Square to Middleton street, opposite Mr. Strauss' residence, where ho will bo pleased to see his friends and pat rons. See his advertisement. Mr. E. L. Salley, who spent three weeks with his family and friends here, loft last Monday for his distant borne in Texas. We wish you a safe return to your loved ones, "Jack," and trust you will visit us again in less than six years. Lecture.- -A lecture will be deliv ered at the room of the Young Men's Chris nan Association on next Mon ,day evening at half-past eight o'clock by S. R. Mellichamp, Esq. Subject: ?'True Heroism, or Moral Grandeur." Admission, ten cents. Haie Storm.?A severe rain and hail storm, accompanied by consider ...

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. — 20 August 1880

I Wish He'd Mako ?p+Iis Mind. 1 w!sb lie-would intake Up his mind, mu, For 1 don't care much longer to wait, I'm sure J have hinted quito strongly That 1 thought of changing ji\y state; For a sweetheart he's too backward, I can't bring him out, thougli 1 tr3*; I own ihat he's very good tempered, lint then he's so dreadlully slay ! When I speak about love and a cottage, Jle gives me a look of surprise; Amt ii 1 but hint at a marriage; Ho blushes quite up to his eyes; 1 can't make him jealous?I've tried it? And 'tis no list? my being unkind. For ttutt's not the way 1 am certain, To get him to make up his mind I've sung him love sonnets hy dozens. I've worked him slippers and hose. Ami we've walked by moonlight together Tct he never attempts to propose! Yon must really ask his intention. Or some other beau 1 must find; For indeed 1 won't tarry much longer For one who can't make up his mind. Jhe Alabama Verdict. The bottomless Weaver, who is nt present engaged in being the candi date fo...

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. — 27 August 1880

"Vol. II. OKANGEBURG, S. C? FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1880. ISTo. 85. Darlington Dots. Editors Orangeburg Democrat : Eauly's Cross Roa?s, Aug-. G. As the editor always follows the fashion of writing whenever ho takes an excursion away from home, per haps a few notes will be acceptable from this county, as I have seen nothing concerning it in the papers. Every out-going train being now la den with" passengers off for a summer tour, it was not surprising to sec Or nngeburg so well represented on the 30th of last month, Glenn Springs, Greenville and Hcndersonviile being their principal destinations. The at tractions in the capital arc not so much appreciated while the moun tains are seen in the dim perspective, but the friends and associations of other days clustering around alma matrcy rendered my stay in Columbia very enjoyable. The State House was the lonliest place I saw, as only an occasional politician was visible lingering in the cool passage-way or reclining on the steps idly watching...

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. — 27 August 1880

A. Ptipcr ibr Iii? People. II. G. SllKIMDAN, 1 ? Jamks L. ?im?, ^?oprielors. ouanokhl'uo, s. AL?V?t,27, 1880. ?*-?*? to Work, '*Wie Democratic nominating Con vention i'or Graugeburg County met i,u. the Court House on Wednesday last and put in the field a ticket that meets every demand of the times and at the same time gives perfect satis faction to every element of the parly. Unity is assured, entueslness and zeaijis promised and n glorious suc cess in November next is confidently expected. Duly now requires that every man puts forth his best efforts to secure Ibis result, The stake is too rarest to buzaid it by carelessness or indiffiTcncc on the part, of a single voter, and if victory is to bo won il must be by the must earnest elfurls of every Democratic voter in the County. There will be stubborn op position to meet, nol from a buld und open foe but u cunning nud unscrupu lous enemy to good government. No good citizen wishes to see a.return of Radical rule jn Orangeburg county a...

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. — 27 August 1880

A. X*tii>ei- for tlie Pt ople. II. 6. SUEHIDAN, I ? Jambs L. Sims, } ^prtetore. OttAKUKBUUO, H. ?L?tst.27, 1880. Qo to Work. 'Tfbe JiteUjocratlQ nominating Con Mention lor Qraugeburg County met ij?. the Court House on Wednesday last and put in the field a ticket that meets every demand of the times and at the same time gives perfect satis faction to every element of tho party. Unity is assured, earnestness and zealKs promised and a glorious suc cess in November next is confidently expected. Duty now requires that every man puts forth his heat efforts to secure this result, The stake is too great .to huzutd it by carelessness or -tndifh ronce on the part of a single voter,, and if victory is to bo won it must he by the most earnest cthjrts of every Democratic voter in the County. There will he stubborn op jpo3ition to meet, not from a bold und .open foe but u cunning aud unscrupu lous enemy to good government. No jgood eiligen wishes to sec a return of Radical rule ?u Orangcburg c...

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. — 27 August 1880

A. Puper fov tho People. Ouanokuukg, S. C, August 27.1880. ._- , . Ova t?auk8-"*ore tendered Mr. J. F. Jackson, of Reevcsvillo, for & bas ket of the finest and most delicious peaches we ever saw. . We understand the Winship Gins advertised by Messrs Bull & Scoville are giving perfect satisfaction to pur chasers. The staple produced is of the finest quality. Several bales of new cotton have hear, sold in town during the week et eueourraging prices. It is thought the present prices will be maintained uutil the lien season begins. A gun team from our town left on Wednesday morning for Spartanbnrg to lake part in the shooting contest. We trust they will not fait short of their reputation as good sportsmou but rather add to it Mr. Kcnry Sneii who has been nt Glenn Springs for his health has re turned und we hope the quiet and comforts of home together with the tender care of loved ones may bo ef fective in restoring his health. We were pleased to welcome Mr. Jas. S. Hey ward of t...

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. — 27 August 1880

A. Paper fax* tlxo People. Okanqkuuh?, S. (J., August 2T. 1880. _?-??., . . Opa tbauks-?are tendered Mr. J. F. Jackson, of Rccvcsvtlle, for d bas ket of tho finest and most delicious peaches we ever saw. . We understand tho Winskip Gins advertised by Messrs Bull & Scoville are giving perfect satisfaction to pur chasers. The staple produced is of the finest quality. Several bales of new cotton have beer, sold in town during the week at enoourraging prices. It is thought the present prices will be maintained until the lien season begins. A gun team from our town left on Wednesday morning for Spartanbnrg to take part in the shooting contest. We trust they will not fait short of their reputation as good sportsmon bat rather add to it. Mr. Henry Snell who has been at Glenn Springs for his health has re turned and we hope the quiet and comforts of home together with the tender care of loved ones may bo ef fective in restoring his health. We were pleased to welcome Mr. Jas. S. Heyward ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 27 August 1880

'Branchville Notes. 'j?ditnrs Or?ngeburg.Democrat ': Fv>r -several weeks we lVnv'6 been ?'j.liHviug f'ralo, ?ie w&ter 'courses arc H running and the* ponds arc filiing up. '.There is more water on the ground ? now than there has been since (he ? early spring. 'But for the fact that ? our little town is pretty thoroughly druined, the place would have swaruis ? of muaqnltoes, and ho little chills and lJ fever. ;"It is said that it is a bad wind ? that blows nobody "any good?the ? clouds und rain are very much : ngu'.nst fodder 'pulling and "cotton picking, but very favorable5 for rice, j s?g?r c?nc aild^potaloes. This has bee'p.'li V'r^bihikable season, notwilh standing its dryncss, for rust. 1 heard a former friend say. a day or so ago that everything he had planted had rusted, had even effected his wa ter melon vines, something he hod never scon before, 'Phis.'disease must Jkj the result of atmospheric cond; lions-?it can't he in tho 6011 or seed. 4Ie said also that 'his corn...

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. — 3 September 1880

~? ?^??? -?-- I ? ^ I-??*iq mil *?Jh*\im .tmunimdO xfmtfOI .irrnJohrjoVt j ' ?HtitlfMiifi -? ?'Mo? 1 ulii; 36.* The Loss of a Wife, In comparison with the loss of n wife, all other bereavements are t ri lling. The wife 1 she who fills so large a space in the domestic heaven ; she who is busied, so un wearied ly, for tho precious ones around her; bitter, bitter is the tear tnat falls upon her cold clay 1 You stand beside her coffin and think of the past. It seems an amber-colored pathway, where the sun shone upon beautiful flowers, or the stars hung glittering overhead. Fain would the spul linger there. No thorns are remembered above that sweet clay, ssvs those yenr hand may unwillingly have planted. Her no ble, tender heart lies open to your in most sight. Yon think of her now ns all gentleness, all beauty, all purity. Bat she is dead! The dear head that laid upon your bo^om rests in the still darkness, upon a pillow of clay. The hands that hove adminis tered so untilingly, are fold...

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. — 3 September 1880

osJi "ili.J :*t?|i ii;<> WflB. Ij **tihi v> bhow 6T -Stet? ricShflE; |tu.?ft/i j teil) buOaiJfi*! tu? i ,!>,(,.,( |mH ? biu 'ifiJft; nlJ ' hiyiuimv i . , -r-r-r Vol. II. r~i? ORANGEBTJRG, S. C, FBWJAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1880. it .:n .tul> 7 ISTo. 86. The Loss of a Wife. In comparison with the loss of a wife, all other bereavements arc tri fling. The wife I she who fills so large a space in the domestic heaven ; she who is busied, so unwcnriedly, for the precious ones around her ; bitter, bitter is the tear taat falls upon her cold clay I You stand beside her colllu and think of the past. It seems an amber-colored pathway, where the sun shone upon beautiful flowers, or the stars hung glittering overhead. Fain would the soul linger there. No thorns arc remembered above that sweet clay, save those your hand may unwillingly have planted. Her no ble, tender heart lies open to your in most sight. Yon think of her now as all gentleness, all beauty, all purity. But she is dead ! T...

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. — 3 September 1880

wfw .rmmttriiM rtrrrot *?tJ V? ?Mi "fit i* , <* v>H ohj<?<tj ?liilw hrrt'd -_^-L-^i-? ?j.n >,; . . ?^_-?-; ???????; . : ??.,? ." ? ? Mol ?di ??!.' ihH owJ inj \t4x(T?? Ihmert .>*I.{<yM rK?aI 0<" .???tladO (few I rmJ iHqoi*1 JmlJ b:??fci)i:>! nsa 1 ,lrM?d b?i*'*????? * bna tfnjfc^ijifj : ? Jii.)iu?iv?/.>3| lue? ... . _' ti bar?'m i 'UUl t>| '^fitfUi tKl II.'? im? ?; ??' 'j t?j'f ?^iuvuf> j?1.1, nnlj1),^ ur!ri .?? ?'?> I .snlsbnpic ?1_?(j "Vol. II im tjiTju rtj | i? ' *??"'?ttnod wo '?liiiw ,v?i/.?i -iDiiKi >'{ l .juiMtnoia' vi?* ?1 ama fy-ut ??ITi ORANGBBUR^:?. C, FJBSO^f g ,4 13J80..'. /,. No. 36. The Loss of a Wife. In comparison with the loss of a wife, all other bereavements arc tri fling. The wife I she who fills so large a space in the domestic heaven ; she who is busied, so unweariediy, for the precious ones around her ; bitter, bitter is the tear taat falls upon her cold clay I You stand beside her collin and think of the past. It see...

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. — 3 September 1880

^l*??! -wit n<d)lT? .? i9d?*4t?*fe ,y*fc ,9a?n| TfABorf) Mild V? bhow wrfi oT '??**? ft i*di baft???cft at a I ,hi*-d ?>a? ba? oJnJK^j.fJ Jit jmoi?????j| las ctrfw ,nw??rf!>t'Mj tsftrtol ;>dJ *?l ??<fi >? . tfmtd o* e*ol Vitt niuora r?w otldw utv'J -1/oiti gj ?dmrn od Mlw inao 1o vj.i >i ??, -m/tw * j-iA m.i t/?n,t<iiiuiu.J!M?l?>^ "?'^rWlhifl ''-<?-' in- rl ? .1, ?-, -M, ? ll"'!,'-i:il'NjM ^-,'Hni,h- 'i .7 ?Wrrrrr^.l; ? ???. ? I -? UUI . -.,?,* .-._w... ' , i >.. ?, , gUftJ Ims^ntt&l tainrSfti ml ?qom \nma fjoo?! bf*'fe>***" .??*?*?***> t*<?*^> ??tx '.it w.i HTTP ,t.,. OOfuJ-tJitWlO Inf:?} gnirnurj od; nrdj'j? ultU auTi .fcuMuioi ? iJ-titH1.'! ????/?:? Vf 'S?;. 1HH > V??r/. til ?mi ??-Hi??<*vi'iJx*? uifjrtodaiftCI tu il jj tjio 1/. tH .'A .io'Jr'q*?' nt? f>:??4il& t^hiiw tint,\inii.I ?>o Im? Oft . hdtc< ?2ST?.- 3^ * The Loss of a Wife. In comparison with the loss of a wife, ail other bereavements are tri fling. The ...

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. — 3 September 1880

You ulnuie inothatl onnujjt lp?g| gi^ 'As you can love,'my friend; Yon call niu heartless?light of faith, 1 do nol sriy'lt I? i ottrur; 1 On?ui^v?iir w.o da are vbihr.t; ??? Mut ycAYjwfldtiavBdJtiin'iIi wliuUtjniuli,' n ? " Which gains most in ttie light V why, if you \v*-i-?? si eking love, Should y?ni In?v?; turned to me? 1, who'of all who meetyour g?Zej Have sworn ineonstaney ? (Jo further yet, pour heart and search For one who si ill. nun give; Dr. if your sorrow prove loo strong; CXusv uu*? ,n?y tjiunuVuud live., Ves! onee ! tmrsed?And lived. ' Ahm* "I'Ih neiter fur to die. Hands meekly clasped and prayerful eyes ?Upturned toward the sky. \ loved loo well?hp yOu. my frieed, Are loving me thi> hour. Such loves illchard.are cursed, we know. With overwhelming power. My love went out. as yours will do? Hut after ninny yearn. And in those years 1 was not glad, And hiiter wereiny tears. My love was like your love, my friend, It tuet wilh no rriurn. In s|4le ol pas^iouale aopvaK &g...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 3 September 1880

s Wi You bhtine uiollint 1 cannot love ?As yon can love,'thy Irietid; Yon ?*?11 ni?- lit. artless?light of fultl'j because my fancies end. I ilo not sny It is i ot true; Oll-imJV.nir wo ds uro tight. Hut you wlio love, iiutl I win* lausch, \VhY.-h gains most in Lite tight:1 Ajrll why, if you were si cking love, Should you have turned tu nie? 1, who ot all who meet, your gaze, Have .-worn inconstancy? (jo further yet, pour heart and search Km- one who si ill can ;jvc ; Or. if your sorrow prove loo strong, Cttrev iuw, my inend, und live. Yes! onee ! 'Cursed?Und lived. Alas* "I is Belter far to tile. II amis meekly elnsped and prayerful eyes Upturned toward the sky. 1 loved too well?us you. my frieed. Are loving me this hour. Such loves die hardwire cursed, we know. With overwhelming power. My love went out as yours will do? I tu I, alter many years. And in those years 1 was not glad. And hitter were my tears. My love was like your love, my friend, II tuet wit Ii im rel urn. In K|4le o...

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