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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg democrat. — 1 October 1880

?V T*?i>oi* foi* 1.1 to Pcopl?!. oranoeuur?, S. C OUT. 1 1880. Keel* to tue Right.?Will not the police make the wagons and other ve hicles keep to the right ? The streets ?t this season aro a jam, and every one should follow Ibis rule. Lost, between Orangeburg and the residence of C. G. Dantzler, Esq., a Badge formed with the Greek letters chi and phi on gold, and set with rubies and pearls. The fluder will be rewarded by leaving the same at the residence'of C. G. Dantzler Esq., or at this tffllce. Ordination.?After the morning service at the Presbyterian Church on last Sabbath an impressive ordina tion sermon was made by the Rev. J ? D. A. Brown, and Capt. John A* Hamilton was ordained a ruling el* der, and Capt. B. W. Izlnr a deacon of the church. _... . ._ Our thanks are due Capt. T. K. Legare, of Fort Motte, for favors conferred while there .on Saturday last. Capt. Legate, we learned, is the only Gentile merchant at the Fort, and is competing successfully with the proverbial ...

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. — 1 October 1880

Whot Matter?' \Ve bullU, nnd others occupy, Each laboring lotoMlft'oMieW What thought we toll from sou to pun. And men forgot to (latter The noblest work nur hands hnvc done? tfiliodijippijnvd,-what umttor? r/??n nn What matter thVh*h M'e<nu- In fears, And crops fidl at the rcupiiyjj^.Q i t ?What though the fruit of patient years Fast perish in our keeping;?151*1 '1 'SI ? J Upon our hoarded tren.spr,e?)p>op\ls,. ?< ( Arise and tempests gather? If hl Ith beholds oeyoiul rllV?elouf!A M A olenv sky, what iiiHtiurj' , , "What matter though our ?Qiole<? fall, And disappear wlule'huildlnir; Though straitgiti handwriting on the wall Flame..out a,mid Mm gilding; Though every Idol oi' lhn heart The hand Of death may shatter; Though hopes decay nnd friends depart? If heaven be nur"?, what mutter? ' * ' ' Notes. "' 'llistiop Elder of Cine innntl lcfusnd 'the Commnnion to girls wilh frizzled 'hair or ciuly Jiangs." U is surpi ising sometimes to pec how much can in; done even will? a...

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. — 8 October 1880

"Vol. II. :No. 41. Blaine Disgusted. T?e grand Republican campaign ?demonstration in Philadelphia reocn - ly was very lively in some respects The torchlight procession was really taagnifiocnt, and the Tun began in the ?crown of 18,000 when Rlnine was in troduced. According to an accouut in a local paper the plumed knight oaid : "If it were possible to elect Gen. Hancock President, bis success would mean not merely a change of admin istration, but a change of dynasty. It would be a political revolution of this government of the most startling character, for to place the rebels of the South in command of the nation is quite as radical a change as would b? occasioned in England by unseat ing the House of Hanover and re storing the House of Stuart." At this moment the crowd before the speaker swayed violently in the di rection of the platform and the police had gre.st trouble to prevent the ropes from being overthrown. The agita tion was so great that the speaker did not resume for abou...

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. — 8 October 1880

Siinaoitii'x'tOMii Ono-Yoav....ifci ?j?'' J A)?v;i(;ristso katks. ?*Wf.*?Jh .^il><vrtii?*iil In-<-ni'.i,.:71t j -^Miffi ^8?9fr-~ ~?~^-- j ? i ? Tho Situation Woyv.: " The Solid youth f&ml the* necessity for ine'iVaairig the 'humbor of ?dpubv vii o ainri e oi b?f s; of Orth si; re ss- 'Co li troll ed ', tho'yitrte 'n?Tuiiiarionfi by 'tbnt party ! anil gave" dheetion 16 Ibe 'c'h'ihjnri^n i ol. tbe 'TSoiiMi. ?hfa*" uetfcssity 'OVer'- j ruling' every''iti - was cletcnbiiwri'-'to yt?ld up* every | atnV^.tnid. if .req'nirml, every 0O?nty';j Ofrlce;tO the 3)Binoci'ats, and lffl con r'?jentTa?e the chtiiTf-Kepublioan vole ?S?nkpoif tint eI<^of hfcnriil tfo^jgressional T?H:*tiokct?5. 'l'Fbia 'scberne had a -two-fold sCx: pifeaniitg ;' <me to? i'iicrea?? their-power ?--*nt ?WaabiD^tOn/'arirV stiied tither to \ nglit'-thc-tto-licl .Sdiiib'try'detait: S/.ic ccV;- thin. ycai'-ihii?tta {Tbl?!' v.onld JLho i bettet enable' tlieni rxi wrVP fefce eritiro iSouth In D388 ;! hence th...

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. — 8 October 1880

SUHaCltil'TJOKs ( ".it: Ycav.?.&i\ <i>*.i ' AlVv.RKTI'SfNO. KATK3. '?5V4i; IllS?tlTyi""!!.-!- Sl?l?ft!.1 OO i *JsW'.?h WmSeflui-n? Iii~?mji..h.'70 j OhAN<Ji..;:l;i'.r.. S. <'.. < it;r. S. J.>-:o. ? ? ?' .The Situation :Wow.'"- ? ft "The i-itojid; Southern! the*np.Bnssity : for increasing ttie^homber o! ' Ropuhr-. ^ 1 icanulenibeTs''of Cdngress-"Coritrolled the 'Slate 'nominations' by that party and gave/ direction to tho'-'drfmpaign ; oi'.. thedSdutti. y his'" nocycrsHity Over riding; every" orher tfonswreration, it' * whs dct6ntoihedf 'lo ytekl up" every State ..'mid. if required, every 00unly; ? OflicBitO Um Democrats, and tffl con ^.rlicrfentrftCe the uht?rtr- Repa 1?!iestii vote isdApoif tin? ele^orhl'arid tfor.giossionai tk^tiektits. ''ThiV'echdrne had'a -two-fold pfenning ; one to -iticvonhe fcheir power; I **nt rWitebiBglo^->,iVantV-- febed -rAhor Io j figliL'tue-tSolit] .Srjuib'rJyaHetaih- sKiic coVs thin , year-in t-lt?- fiblrl A Obld JLbo ?? better...

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. — 8 October 1880

?l^i-'Ci'M'.'l.N. Ohc^Yuav. ....?'s, l OO ' ~rS_>-T.r,vii?,: .v.. Ai.\...t. i tS^NO ItATKS. t'l*lCIns#t:ftCtfT!i>er Kuoarc.I o?> *Wt>.?K tomferfuenl "ii-eilii.n.\ ? ? ' Tho Situation Wow. ' ? j ' The tin)id South lain! thenpM-ssity j i for inc"Waalris" tlu? ^number of Jtdpubv j Vlioan**monibefs;bi' Congress-"Controlled \ tho'Slate* ?"hbYoiha'ir?rW iiy that party ' and gave*"direction 16 tiio''dhShp:ri<jn ul . the'.South, "ihift'' necessity Over- 1 ? ?. riding eVtiiy" crrlier cousHloiatifu', ?it." 'was detonnihprr-'lQ yVeld up* every - .-. 8taW.*fmd. If .required,' every cbttnty* ? OfhceitO thb l)einocratsi, a:ui tfi. con <?. -fielntr?te the eni*h%*~Kcpuhlicnu vole ?gjtAlwif-ftfe efeCl?ifhr"ariil itfctogrcssional ?^??tickiSt:~. ??''TbiV'so borne had a two-lob"' &s pfcaftitijij-; "one to- incrcahe their power ? ?**nt ?W?8hf*?uk?u,4Va-hVV tiny :-tither to nfyitVHAc^o'Hil .Sdulh'by^letait: K/.ic ? ccVs'thin. year-ih tltid (iblri \\obld the i. bellet cuabhv llioni V...

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. — 8 October 1880

OuAKoituuitU, tt- ('., '>..:: . ? i 'The principal merchants will close 1 heir sto res on Tuesday. Farmers; and others will bear this in min i, and govern themselves accordingly. We announce with pleasure that Senators ;Wadc Hampton and M. Cs . Butler will po.-iLlivuly he hord, on next Tuesday. Turn out lo.hoar tlicm. Tui: long dry and dusty season pre vailing here for several .weeks wus ended Monday by the needed rains. Peas, ppt?t'b'es);. and turnips wjii he made glad by these timely phowi is. The improveutent? boing put on Mr. Lighllbol's brick building is ap proaching completion. Whet; finish cd this will be one of the most hiihcl some residences in town and ouite. uu ornament to that locality. Tin: olhcr morning when our devil went for our mail he found a revolve i in our box. We don't exac tly limb , ? stand this, unless the poblumsloi i . trying to boll doze us. If it occurs again wo will call for troop-;. It is said that the Clyde Committee has coirpliod with the terms of...

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. — 8 October 1880

One Consolation. I read your letter, Dal<y? Head it oVr and o'er; It iilmost drove mo. crazy. But then It didn't, you kno w. It in your wish, und, surely, A sordid lovo like mine. Viorn of sellishness. purely, Could never equal thine. But. bless your soul! I eould not. Could not help it dear; But knowing all. I'll strive not To shed a single tear I Bat, havinjr laved sincerely, As We thought, ?tH hard to part Indeed, It wounds severely? Almost bre;Vl?3 my heart 1 But there's one consolation : The man you are going to wed Is not miteh In social station? I Has.tyie reddest kind of head ! ?ldtnpoxyou will bo happy; ' Jybiy ulitldruu bless your home. ,) lave freckles, like thoir papa. And heads as hard to eomb. i__ _____ Cabinet motors in Illinois are kept busy making furniture once owned and used ,hy Abraham Lincoln. The remembrance of a beloyed mother becomes the shadow of-olj '?our actions. It cither goes before or follows. The head of an empty barrel is the jcorncr grocery may su...

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. — 15 October 1880

^^^^^^ ^^^^tes^^^^ ^^^^ ^^j^ _ __ . ? t_;_ ( ? ? Vol. II. ORANGEBURG, S. C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 188G. _>To. 42. Tho Virginia Synod and Rev. J. B. Haskell. Editor's Vindicator: Magna est veritas et prevedebit ! To all -whom it may concern, in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, greeting; Inasmuch as the Evangelical Luth eran Synod of Virginia, in regular session, has seen fit to issue against rne, and publish* sentence oi deposi tion, it behooves me, for the sake of my work and my reputation as a min ister of Jesus Christ, to give to the church at large my statement and de fence agaiust the cruc'ty and gross injustice involved in this illegal at tempt \o ruin my Hock and myself. In the first place,* I deny that the Vir ginia Synod has had an}' authority or jurisdiction over me since the connec tion formerly existing between the Central Evangelical Lutheran Church, of Stauuton, Va., with its pastor and the Evangelical Lutheran Synod ol Virginia was legally and rcgulaijy dissolved on...

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. — 15 October 1880

H. < ?. Mil Kll'AN, ( ,, ... , . ' Proprietors .1 \ M?s L. Sims, S sckscutv ho?. One Year.3fH? 1 ?M? Six iionUi*. **** AuV kUTIStNO KATES. ?ix V i. ? >'h'RC-in?ei'iit>K.-pi>r Mionrc:.1 oc> |?uuh SuusL'U?ujit insertion.r>o '?? ? ? : ?ai'Mwt^AN & Sims, <)ian?reimr?i s. c. Okanokhuiig; s. Cr, Oct. 16, isao." The Eleotions. ? ? The latest reports from Ohio and .Indiana indicate that the Republicans have earned both stole., the former by 20,000 and the l.utier by about] 5,000 majority. ? mm ?* ? - Ohio and .Indiana. The News find oj&uV/er, of yester day, Commenting .op the election in Ohio and ?Lnd,iana says: The ncwu from Ohio ami (Indiana is a disari poinlnn nt. The iosg of Maine iiad stiinulnled the "Republicans to the most desperate .endeavors to save the October States, and the vast means and official influence at their com mand, supplemented by every shame less expedient known to the unscru pulous politician, have enabled them' ,lo carry their point. Ha...

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. — 15 October 1880

A. Paper i\>x* tl*o feople, OlUNGEUUItU, S. C, OCT. 15. 1880. Democracy?tho people rulo ; and their voice, whether mirrored in Con vention or thunder at the polls, can not be laid aside. Some one wants to know if Geergo Boliver is a carpet-bagger or scalla wag. He is a pretty bad cross be tween the two, with a little sprinkling of nigger. It took sis drinks of mean whiskey backed by tho news from Indiana, to raise enough "hail Columbia" feeling in one idiotic fiecdman to make him sing out hurrah for Gai field ! Do you see anything significant in the little clumps of Radicals standing around conversing in low whispers: They have not been out of their holes before, some of them, since '7G. Mr, W. M. Sain is building a fine dwelling on his lot, corner of Railroad Avenue and Five Notch Road. Con tractor Tucker has the job and is making rapid headway already. Prof. W. XV, Duncan will preach at White House and Bethel at 11 o'clock A. M. and half-past 3 P. M. on the fourth Sunday in Nov...

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. — 15 October 1880

^Vyajte.^p More, Atul leave to Gorl t he rest. Whether.*.**, wake und weep, Or wake ho More be best. Why vex oue-sonls witli cure? The grave Is cool und low, ' Have we found lllofio fair ui That .u;e should fear tu go? We've kissed love's sweet red lips, And left them sweet mid red, .The rose fho wild beb^ips Blooms ou .when he j8 dond. Some faithful,friends we've found; But tlx.se wo Iovh the Dent, lWhe?> we uro' under the ground, Will hiugh on with the rest. No task we have begun But other hands eau take; ?r i'Nri work beneath the sun For which we need to wake. Then hold fast, aweot Death, ' If r-o It scemeth best To Uhn who buvo |is breath, " * ' That we shohld go to rest. We lay us down to sleep, ' bio Our weary eyes to close; Whether to wake and weep, ... , . Or w?ko no more. He knows. All Sorts. Butler did stoaPthosc spoons, or so the Republicans say. ""'Contact with n high minded wo ?nan is good for the life of any man. 1 'ho -last time Smythekins went to . see his girl ho...

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. — 22 October 1880

Whikoy North and South. One rumshop for every 280 inhabi Innts in tlie sober morul.State of Mas sachusetts! Ono tor every 220 in Connecticut, that.proverbial land ol'. steady habits, and one for every 200 in that paradise of learning and true goodness, Ohio! Verily the demo" seems to be in no immediate danger of being exorcised just yet. These figures are loom the Internal Revenue rclurns at Washington, and are not likely to err on the side of exaggera tion. Although there are 155,850 retail ami '1,252 wholesale litpioi dealers in the United Stales, besides 1,053 rectitiers. This means that tberu arc more than a quarter of"a million of people directly engaged -in this trallic. It is a pretty large army for the temperance folks to cope with. j These statistics disclose some curb j ous facts. Figures have 'notoriously j no respect for theories. Many a time ami often have limy scattered, fond 1 delusions to the winds. Rural com munities were believed lo be more moral than the dwellers ...

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. — 22 October 1880

??- fr?i?:i>oia *4<yi- i>li'e People. .sUnse-urxioN. OQae'jYflat-,.*#1 OO >;?U Jjic- uths, .....;.v. ?O SjfJWf .apvkhtisino bates. fFivat-Iiisertlon, per square..1 OO Kach Subsequent Insertion.C50 . {SilEHIDAN & SIMS, Oran*?obur<r, S. C. OuAKOKuquo, S. Cm Oct. 22, 1880. A Change of Bate. All the Summer the Republican (' leaders of tbe North have been figh ting the political battles of the pres ent, campaign in the state of Maine Indiana and Ohio, believing that suc cess ou this line would secure a Solid North to offset tbe Solid Democratic South. By a lurge expenditure of money, the practice of every conceiv able species of corrupt trickery aud the concentration of individual effort in this contracted field, more than partial success has crowned their plans, and uow under the prestige of victory they have determined to di vido their forces, change their base and, ii possible extend their conquest. ? Beside I he doubtful state of the North ^?tf? West, which will re...

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. — 22 October 1880

Jk. DPivpox* fox- tln? People, Orangeb?rg, S. C, Oct. 22.1880. Let every Democrat in the county determine to vote in November and to guard the ballot box from Radical bribery and corruption. Bo first in the causo of reform and good govern ment. Tin-: ladies of the Lutheran congre gation are holding a. fair at Way's new building. It was opened last.: night und will'continu? to-night. We bespeak for these ladies a liberal pat ronage. AIn. A. F. H. Dukes, the enter prising Branchvillo merchant, re quests us to state that be will re ceive the first of next week a lot of Buggies and Spring Wagons. Per sons in want of these articles would do well to give Mr. Dukes a call. We call the attention of our readers to the large stock of One jewelry just received by Mr. W. F. Robinsou and now offered for sale at his store in the Barton brick buildiug. These goods are well selected and marked down to suit the time. Call antl ex amine. Mr. C. M. Van Orsdell, Jr., has deserted the army of the Benedi...

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. — 22 October 1880

O?iVi Only j! \Vouian xvith itching he.;ii, That . !? in the llroliglil's btiiir, /Vuil ii ii ' s over hyr tangled threads l hni 1:1t? has woven lor ItUl*. r ,,('ai.v u wo Hl,tu witli Imp'.' all --l.ii.i. An?! buried wiihin Ikr lit oust". That values life hut a kiuI refrain, * Ami "."'y 'ojjS-ej 'V^ ".'??-i. Only n woman with woman's prhle. Thai smiles when the heart is dend, Yon tmh'noi tell by hci hiuirh itudjc.sl That lier light hl lifo it> ll? ?!? Only a woman thai grieves a':t< Away from eiiriou:" eyes, Grieves for one \\!:<i fleeps to-iii>;ht Out under the autumn sides. only a vvoinan that feign would Uo, , j Hi v head by the dear one's side. thither than live her loveless life, That begins this even tide. Ail Sorts. The man who hanged himself died of his free will and a cord. Grant is milking a heroic stuggle against oblivion. I have seen many women drown their honor in a river of diamonds. He who makes an idol of his inter est, will makes martyr of his integri ty...

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. — 29 October 1880

As Viewed by the Colored Maru 829 appeared last evening at the meeting of the Democratic Union Club of tho Seventh Assembly Dis trict, at 2*t Greenwich avenue. Col. Fredrick A. Conkllng, the President set up a placard having tho strange device at the edge of the flag draped platform, and there was a burst of applause. Mr. William J. Curtis reviewed the issues of tho campaign and then Col. Conkling introduced Mr. Isaac II. Hunter, colored, former ly of North Carolina. "It might seem strango to some republicans," he said, "to ace a colored man advo cating the election o f a Democratic President. But to understand fully how this can be they have only to transform themselves into negroes for twenty four hours. If they could do this, they would vote to a man against the Republican party as it is now constituted. [Applause,] It would ofoourse, bo of small conse quence to mo whether the Republican bartered his honor for 8329 if he were a private citizen. Rut when he calls upon the American...

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. — 29 October 1880

V. H. G. SllCitlDAN, ? ,., James L. Sims, } 1 roPnoU)rs sunsciuerioN. One Year.?$l oo 'Six Mouths. ??0 v -o? ADVERTISING RATES. FJmt Insertion, i>er square.1 OO ?"Euch Subsequent Insertion.?O S1IE1MDAN & SIMS. Orangeburg, s. 0. ouangkohrg, S. c. oct. '29. 1SS0. Sharp Practices. The recent successes of the Repub licans in Indiana and Ohio liave de veloped some shrurp practices which it becomes -the Democrats to consider and to moot them. Since countiug t the votes, it has been discovered that | jjear ibweuly thousand negroes bad .Jbean Sported into Indiana and Ohio, >?o? that in many counties t here weve more votes in the box titan there wove voters in the counties. In one county in Indiana the excess of votes o>er the number of male adults, over twenty-one 3-enrs of oge, was nearly five thousand. By the recent telegrams, accident ally falling into the hands of Chair man Bornum, it has been dis covered that the Republicans propose to overrun Floiida, and, perhaps, other ...

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. — 29 October 1880

A. Papoi* for tlie People. Orangkburg, S. 0., Oct. 29.1880. Ciguia and tobacco of all qualities and prices by the box or by small quantities for salo low down at J. I. Sorrcntrne. * Remember, Democrats, inertness aud ovor-coufidencc may be the cause of your awaking on the 3d of Novem ber to tho realization of a lost State and County. The Radical thieves are making eyery effort to bring back the days of Moses and Scott. It is said that every Radical has a Democrat assigned him, over whom he must keep a sharp watch to keep him from repeating or voting more than ono ballot. This is Boliver's idea of carrying the election. Every Democrat is to be shadowed. A Helping Hand.?Drugs of al_ kinds taken internally shock the ays tern and by reaction produce bad re sults. Dr. Fiagg's Improved Liver and Stomach Pad aids nature iu na ture's own way, and perfect health never fails to follow its use. All old sailors believe in the tale of the mythical ship, called the "Fly ing Dutchman," which allur...

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. — 29 October 1880

All Sorts. i:^awvo you pail) tor your paper? Hop sticks to n man closer than ?fauyt': !'?? wi? know of?except corns, ? " -There are men Iii t.bi? wo Id c . : that they cannot even alloni to keep .a eleun, conscience^ il \ . >Tones calls his wife a Niliilist bo .cause slie is always so anxious ami ^Willing to blow him up. "Lm-r. j,n internal trft??port,'i r-'.el limed on enthusiaslie poet. The eotuc may lie said of a. canal Ijoat. Tl-cre's sv.fny n man wUq-ju highesfc ambition i." to suceoRsfoiiy coolest a peat on. a naij keg in. coVhor green ry. "What were the worst results oi the civil war?" cried an orator "Wid ows 1" shouted Jones, who had mar ried one. Ex Senator Spraguc has declared for Hancock ; so Conkling, the uNar ragnnsct pacer," is expected to give up the chase. Among the i-rovcltics at the Mate Fair wMl t>e an Incubator, which hatches chickens whiluoul the use of ' a her*. What next? The poorest paid men are the min ? lsters?r-uext in order editors. The most ?icu t...

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