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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 25 June 1880

Tlio Orangqlmr^r Times ~t7<S~? a. tlT There isa-gehcral wish for'rain. See notice of County Commisioncrs in this issue. Mr. I<\:petMa vh> \h' p'ntting up an ice house ia roar of his store Will not the So. Ca. B. It. give a cheap excursion to the mount inns about the middle of duly? Uuttcrieks metropolitan' fashions for July is now ready at Henry Koliti. ?? ? ?i We return thanks to Miss L. II. for a boquet composed of tube roses, geraniums, drc. Tbo only [place where you can find the largestLaud finest assortment of | candies, always fresh, is at Jos. Kros. "SheritV Powen, of Charleston, died on Tuesday in New York, where he had ?j?rte for his health. Mr. W. H. Thompson,"n't corner Kail road Avenue, has a large. Jot of good sound pen seedYor sale. Orungoburg Lodge No. 1462 K. of j FI. will elect ollieers for ensuing term on next Monday night; The coolest place to sit down and enjoy a really line T> cent cigar is at Jos. Kros" ice cream saloon. Wc are informed, by'a fisher...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 25 June 1880

XL bLA/TNUAWAY; ?i^Tifc niv-.-suumwhat cuiircly ipli dc opinionblat Mr. "Maine" was toqkln **-*-hiflij|{' when ho l it daft ponce tor tie paper; which lie. halls ''takniug aim." and jisl as shore as y<>u is a feel high, it hit some critier, right cijin Jbunox.. jti. tie. spinal hack hoiie. 1 Tf yrut will 'listen to my racket,', dal juiger or maybe buekra, from de way he kan spell and write in de laiig nge oh he solf.'ain*t dead. No, by j&llie! boss, he ain't gyvine to ded in ?? hearts ob de good people 6b dis Uffounty, jest yet, Any riter who kan jsxite do centirnonts ob do people, and gib.degood egwice, be docs, ain't to be uezed at, and in de hingagc oh good " people, may he lib to cee his ceutt ibeiits fullilccl. Mr..u131aine" said somctlng about w^tftiu to'slip into saft, shady place, but 1 don't tink dar is any loom jest yet for Iii 111, but from do way 1 hero de people speakin about dis rotation in brace, 1 link \vc will hub some wacant stals to be filled by new boss...

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. — 2 July 1880

ONE DOLLAR VK11 ANNUM. )? GOD A-ISTD OTJR COUNTRY ALWAYS IN ADVA N E VOLUME VII FRIDAY MORNING, JULY % 1880 NUMBER 2?, Carriage Factory. The undersigned respectfully in founs the public that he is prepared to do all Kind of Work in the above line on the shortest no tice and at Living Price HORSESHOEING done iu the best possible manner. I also have in full Operation my PLANING AND MOULDING', MACHINES, Ami GRIST MILL. All work in this line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of he public patronage is solicited. july 25 H. RIGGS. CALL CALL AT TUR PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1871 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing to fill orders in BllEAD, HOLLS, TIES a a k i: s Of all descriptions. GUNGKRS Bv the BARRKL or bOX. Also BREAD For Camp-Meetings or any other kind o( Meeting?. Just received Frc'sli <*oiifoc*ioiiari??s, Fancy (boo'Im And Xoliona Which will he sold as "LOW as any that can he bought in Orangsburg. Thankful for the past patronage of my friend...

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. — 2 July 1880

r THE ORAKGEBURG TIMES. ISSUED EVERY lMUDAY KrOUNIKU MELI, ICH AMI1 (v BDtVAKDS, Proprietors. STILES it. MKLIiKJIlAMI' KdJtor. Tcrins ol' Siit>sci'i]>tioTL One ('<'}>!/ one IVar.?1 uo ?* "' Six Monttg ....... 75 -;o:?? Rates of Advertising. One Square Irt Insertion??-.?1 fo ICach Subsequent " . fit) Xtitlcex inserted in Lueal Ckrlutnu <tt 20c /?cr Xnrr. y!// Subscription* mid 7Yrtnsicii( /Liefi'tuic menta to be jmidjor in Advance. Sri)'" Wc uro in no way responsible for the views or opinions o' >ur Correspond nits. FOR PRESIDENT Winfield Scott Hancock O F 1*1 N N S YI A7 A N I A VICE-PRESIDENT, W. II. ENGLISH. OF INI > IA N A OUR STANDARD BEARERS, GOVJEKXOIS. GEN. JOHNSON IIAOOOD. liieiitciiaiil-Qoveriior. GEN. J. D. K ENNEDV. Scereluiy of State. ( (?1.. K. M. Sims. ('oinptroller-Gwneral. James t *. ('orr. Attornoy-( Seneral. LkKoy F. Yoi'maxs. Stip't. of E<ltie:i(ion. ( ai"'r. 11r<;ii s. Thompson. Adjt. ami Inspector General. A. M. Manicai i.t. Treasurer....

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. — 2 July 1880

The Ox^u-^ebi?'/j: Times L* O ? A. Best eigui s at t)r. Reeves*. ' : 'j Refreshing rains as vre go to press. The present census will-give our town a ^opqiadToh ()f nhoufc 2;TT>0.; Only ifw'pVisoiiers ul Ovapgobuvg jail, nnU all for minor offences. We arc reliably informell that all the merchants intend to close their stores on the-lib of .lulv. The community will l>e pained to bear that Mrs. T. ('. llubbell is still lying seriously ill. Mr. Thomas Peel, at the jail, has a very tine watermelon patch. lie keeps sharp watch over it though. - "Glass ball shooting is all the rage now. Look out Charleston sports men! Our boys are bard to boat. ? Mr./T. L. "Wannamaker and Mr. Don Cannon have gone to the upper part of the State to spend a fort night during this hot spell. We hear great complaints of the droughtiu the Kork, on Rull Swamp, and iu the neighborhood of .Mr. Henry Siicll, Will Succkeo?Hancock is the generally accepted version of the ini tials of our coming President, W. S. ...

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. — 2 July 1880

CHURCH BELLS* There is something beautiful in in tlic church bells, Beautiful and hopeful. They talk to high and low, rich and poor, in the same voice* there is a sound in them that should scare pride and envy and meanness of all sorts from the heart of man ? that should make hint look on the world with kind, forgiving eyes; that should make the earth itsclfseem to him, at least for a time, a holy place. Yes. there is n whole sermon ill the very sound oft he church bells, If we have only the ears to understand it. There is a preacher in every belfry, that cries, "Poor, weary, struggling, lighting creatures, poor human things! take rest, be quiet. Forget your win it it's, your lollies, your week day craft, your heartburnings! And you. ye human vessels, gilt and paint ed believe !n iron tongue that tells ye that all your gilding, all your col ors, ye tire the same Adam's earth with the b?ge. a. at your gates. Come away, conn." cries the church bell, "and learn to be humble; learn that...

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. — 9 July 1880

ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. )? VOLUME V11/ GOD AND ?XJJl OO?NiTRY, ALWAYS INA ] YANK FRIDAY MORNING; JULY 9, 1880 NUMBER %4 The undersigned respectfully in fojins the public that he is prepared to do all Kind of Work in the above line on the shortest no tice and at Living Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the bcsl possible manner. J also have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING; MACHINES, And GRIST MILL. All work in this line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share bf the public patronage is solicited. !5 july 21 CALIi II. RIGGS. CALL at Tine PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in-1ST I by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing to fill orders in .MEAD, HOLLS, PIES O A TC K S Of nil description*. GUN (3 KI8.S nvJi Rv the BARHSL or BOX. "Also BREAD For Camp-Mcctings or any other kind <>f Meeting*. Just received Froth Con feet ion sir left, 1'aiicy GontlN And Notions Which will lie sold as LOW as any that can lie benight in Orangolmrg. Thankful for the past patronage of m...

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 July 1880

r THE OKANtiEMJMi TIMES. ISSUED EVERT* lrIJ'M)A"Y MORNING MELLICH AMP i\ KMYAUDS, L'ropriBtorg. STILES it. MEIRICH AMP Editor. 'Tei'ms of '?Subscript ton. 'One Copy one Year.$1 00 " Six Months . 7? .Rates of Advertising. ? 'One SnUhfe 1st Insertion.?1 00 Tl?eh Subsequent " . r>? Notices inserted in Locol Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments t<> be paid jap in Advance. S&" We are in no way responsible for the views or opinions o* nir Correspond nits. FOR PRESIDENT Whifiold Scott Hancock OF J?12NNSYLVAN J A VICE-PRESIDENT. W. II. ENGLISH. OF INDIANA OUR STANDARD BEARERS. GOVERNOR. GEN. JOHNSON IIACOOD. JLiciileuniit-SoiovernOr. GEN. J. 1). KENNEDY. Secretary of State. Col. K. M. Sims. Comptroller-General. James ('. Coit. Attorney-General. LeRoY F. YoCMANS. Sttp't. of Education. ( apt. Huon CS. Thompson. Adjt. and Inspector General. A. M. MANIGAUI.T. Treasurer. Goi.. J. P. Richardson. FRIDAY, .JULY It, 1880. THE MARLBORO INDEPENDENTS. The...

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 July 1880

Xlio Oi-angebui'g Times A. M. I/Jar's restaurant is ? cool place for refreshment those hot days. We regret to hear of the continued illness of Mr. Duttfer Hydriek, but hope soon to sce^uni out again. - -W . ? Mr. Julius Meyer and Mr. Samuel Speigel of 'P. K'ohn's store have gone North. The excellent address of Dr. Low- . man, Master of Pomona Grange, de livered at Felder's old mill in the Fork, will appear in our next. The communication of "Paysan," and mother from au Orangeburg friend describing pie nie in the Fork ' will receive attention next week. - m ? mm Mr. Like and bis family left this week to spend the summer at Ash villc, N.('. Mrs. John Danner has also gone to the mountains. - m0 o am ? ? A white man by the name of Kar ragan was lodged in our jail yester day by n detective of the South Carolina Kailroad for forgery on the said road. List of uncalled for freight at the depot. July 8th, 18S?: SJ Hrantlcy, K Rickcnbakcr, A R Phillips, W JI Dantzlcr, J S Helen, A Webster. We ...

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. — 9 July 1880

CROPS AM) WHdTICS. FoKK OF EniRTO, I ,1BI\RTY Tuv.-v HII', July 1st 1880. Dtithr Titties : I thought a word from this section might In- of interest to your many readers. The crops in this section arc look ing very well, considering the ilry and hoi weather, though very hack ward for the first of July. Wheat is a (complete failure. Oats-?very good c rop. Now, Mr. Editor, as the lime for our County nominating Convention is near at hand, I thought I would like to say some thing about Some of i he aspirants, as several have already Iteen announced. As farmers, in LS78, 1 tliink we were too exclusive in our County nominations, saying WO would not take any law or physic in ours. 1 think. Sir. Editor, we should mix a little this time. I see from the papers, Gen. Jas. p. Mar is recommended as a candidate for Stale Senator, and I heartily concur, and think hint the most popular man in the < oiinVy for that position: also Dr. J. C. llolinan for representative, and I would add another name ...

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 July 1880

Garnag; Factory. Tbc undersigned respectfully iti founs the public that he i.s prepared to do all Kind of Work in the above line, on the .shortest no tice and at living Prices. HORSESHOEING done in Lite best possible manner. 1 also have in full operation my VI,A N rL\G ANI) MOU LDING\ MACHINES, And GRIST MILL. All work in this Hue done with oil. delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the pubjic patronage is solici led. inly 25 II. RIGGS. ?alt, call AT THE PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1*71 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing to iill orders in PIES BltEA.I), ROLLS, a a k r. s Of all descriptions. GUNGKKS Bv ihc UARKKL <>r Hi >X. "Also 13 Ti HI A t) Tor Calnp-Mcetlngs or any other kind of Meeting?. J jst received [Orvnli ? lonfoel ioaarivs, Fancy dSoodM A ail Xotionw Which will be s..!.l LOW a< any that can be bought in Orangehurg. Thankful fur the pasl patronage of my friends and '.liepiibtiu 1 -*ti 1! solicit a con tinuance of their eiisioin." T. W. Al...

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 July 1880

THE OllANUEJlURU TIM ES. ISSUKD I-VKUV l'KIDAY MOHN I NO MELLlUIIAMr & EDWAUDS, Proprietor*. STILES It. MELMOIIAMP Rditor. Tonis or Swbsr-c?i*ipfcioii? One Vnpy one Year.?1 00 " " Six Month. 75 Kates of Advertising. One Square 1-7 Insertion.SI 00 Each Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in Loral Column at P0c ]wr Line. All Subscriptions tmd Transient Advertise incuts to be puik^far in Advance* ?t-,o" We sire in ii<> way responsible tor Ilu- views or opinions o' ear Oorrcuptvnd mis. FOE PRESIDENT Win?eld Scott Hancock OF 1 ? K N N S Y I A7 A N I A VICE-PRESIDENT. W. II. ENGLISH. ?l?' IN DIANA 0UE STANDARD BEARERS. CiOVlSltXOK. GEN. JOHNSON HAGOOI). Jiioiitoiiaitt-Govoriior. (JEN; .1. I). K K.NNKDV. Secretary of State. < 'oi.. K. M. Sims. < <nnpt roller-( leneral. .1 amks <'. ( <>it. Attorney < Seneral. I.l KiCi 1". Voi.'mans. Sup't. of lulueat ion. ( 'ait. Hroii S. Thompson. Adjt. ami Inspector General. A. M. MaNIOAPI.T. Treasurer. (!oh. ?). 1'. HlCIIAUO...

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 July 1880

The Orangeburg Times LOCAL Sir. W. F. Syphrett is rebuilding on his burnt lot in lirauclmllc. Tildcu has given $100,000 for the Democratic campaign. Marion Jncksou \viil have line beef to-morrow morning. Don't forget it. Thanks to Mrs. Jenney for deli cious clusters of grapes which made the editor's heart happy. Tlu; County Democratic Executive Committee meets at the Court House on Saturday. Dr. Tanner has now entered upon his 25th day of living without eating, aud is said tobe improving. . ? ? ? - Mi\ W. F. Robinson bas on hand a fresh supply of the best turnip seed. Now is the time to get the best lor your turnip patch. Cattle ('reek (.'amp Meeting will commence next Thursday. Rig pre parations are making, and excellent preaching may he expected. Refreshing rains on Wednesday afternoon and night have cooled the atmosphere, and gladdened the heart of the furnier. "Pine? Hill," from Ziotl Township, Mill plea t indulge us a little longer for further consideration on his highly prized...

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 July 1880

POLITICS IHME AM) sni',: B. (1 i ?,!??.. iV<listvisit; : ? ii . , i?.i?'.i111? ? . a> (die ol ...ii i a if ! ilil me few days ago. un less he heard (Vom iis sonn. he would publish the obituary of the whole section. 1 -hail mil do as ''Farmer," wild startsoul to write about farming and only writes eight lines on that subject and tlieh concludes with a half column oh polities. 1 shall try and hot mix. but. give you polities straight. Von will observe from this, that the time lias ho! arrived for the obituary yet, as we are all alive, and like the rest of tlieCounty hsfflkering alter olliee, your humble servent ineluded. but heilig minus the funds with Which to pay, Ibi? in\ card, and the hankering h i\ ing r? ach ed all of my frientls, I fear none of tlioin will hi- interested ouougli in un to have esii'd |uiblislied. Hut as 1 hav hoi fu I hi inside tip my mind which nMlco I want, 1 svill put it oil' until 1 sell cotton: perhap by that time I \\\\\ have made up tuy mind. Resides...

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 July 1880

live undersigned re-pivifully in mm the pjiblui thai he ?S propni ?.?.? to do iil) in the above line on tlio shortest no tice und at Eiiv in g F r i c o s. H?RSKSliOElNG done in the. best possible manlier. i also have in lull operation my .planing A.Ni) m<?n.inn<ij ? And CIM.i' MILL: a;ll work in lins Iii.-- dune wiihoul flelav ::ll>l OH rt ..- .tiali'..' (ertns. A share cd Ihe public patrumige i.s solicited. jiily 25 II. ItiGGS. CALT, CALL AT rm: Established in 1871 by the Propri etor,' Who is still rca'dy and willing lo fill Order? in iU'EA!), \IMA&, IM KS c; a k l: s id tf. I > S fc S .-. F. V ? ' liy di.- i.AKKM. or li? ixj; B ill ! A 1 > iVor <':Mii|'-M' .t'i'U-: ur : ::v i.1 !:<?? k?id id Meeting-?* .)?.:.-! rcee'iv? I V" im'H Js > '?in i >'?.?' ioiisi rii And Aoiiotis .Vhielt .-.ill l?c mild a- iuiy that e.iui l?e bought in Qr.uig.d>ilrjj; Thankful for die past nalroiiaf??! of my Mend* and diu public ! -til! solicit a < nil 'dnuatiee of th...

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 July 1880

Carriage Factory. ? The undersigned respectfully in foims the public that lie is prepared to do all Kind of Work in the above lino on the shortest no tice and at living Fx^iccs. HORSESHOEING done in the best possible manner. I also have in full operation my IT.AN INC. AND MOULDING* MACHINES, And GItlST MILL. All work in this lit.'' d mc without delay and on reasonable term:. A share of the public patronage i-s solicited. jtily 25 II. RIGGS. (!ALL AT THE PEOPLE'S BAKEEY Established in 1ST I by tlid Propri etor, who is still ready and willing to fill orders in BREAD, ROLLS, PIES O A K K S OT ;dl descriptions. \ * iL ' j.^ \ * & 4 7 By iltc KARH'iL or B?X. "Also B R ITJ A P .Vor Camp-Mcctings or any oilier sind of Meetings. Just received [fresh ('aitloetsonarirs, Pit 11C 3 trio.KJSi Azid A nitons tVhicli will be sohl as LOW a* any that can bo bought in Orungeburg. Thankful for the past patronage of my friends ami the public ! still .solicit a con tinuance of their custom.* T. W- Al...

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. — 30 July 1880

THE ORANGEUURti TIM F"S. issued evkuv PltlbAY mohmnq IIEMjICHAMP a FdnVAHDS, Proprietor* ST1LK8 Ki MKIJdCUAMT Kditor. Terms oi' Suhsrripi ion. One Copy one Year.%1 00 rt Six Month. 7-r> Kates of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.?1 00 Each Svbseqnent " . 50 Notices inserted in I.oenl Column nt'l^e per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise.' ih'cnts to be jmidfor in Advance. JjSy*' Viv arc in n<> way rcxponsihle (<>r I he views or opinions ?>' 'air Correspond ents. FOR PRESIDENT "Winfield Scott Hancock <">F I'llNNSVl .VANIA VIOE-PRESIDENT. W. II. KNGLISII. Ol?' INDIANA OUR STANDARD BEARERS. c;ovf:icxos:. OEN. JOHNSON IIAOOOD. I.icutoitiui (-<?ovcriior. O EN. J. 1). K ENNEDY. Secret a rv of St a tc. Cm.. R. M. Slim! ('out j it roller (ioncrnl. J amt.:- ( '. ( oi r. Attorney-t Joner:tl. LeRoY F. Yul'M ans. Su])*t. (if Education. ('act. Hurh S. Thompson. Adjt. and rnspoctbr Oonornl. A. M. M an to a i l.'r. Treasurer. Col,. J. F. RlCHAHIlSOX. Frid...

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. — 30 July 1880

The Orangeburg Times LOCAL We had yesterday n 27pounder in our ollicc?water melon. They say that since the nomina tion of Hancock, Hob Tooinbs has come hack into the Uniou. A line mule, of Dr. Sinoak's near Lewis vi lie was killed, by lightning last week. The machinery for Mr. Coruelsonu cotton factory has been coming in from the depot during the week. Mr. W. A. Edwards is absent in Columbia in attendance upon the mooting of the Sons of Temperance. - -# mm - ? Schoolboys, the holidays are half gone. Make hay while tjie sun shines. Another Anti-duelling Association has boon organized in Kershnw ('oun ty. ... # ma ? - ? An important meeting of the Odd Fellows will take place at 8 o'clock to-niirht. The ".Palmetto Yeoman" mentions a rumor of another duel on foot, bo tween Col. Cash and Col. Blair, Un friend of ('apt. DePass. There arc talks of another news paper and another classical school in Orangohurg. What bettor evidence ilo we want of tin? growth of our town. -? - We art' gratifi...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 30 July 1880

["Written for the Orniigcbtirg Times.] OYKlt THE SEA* UV ItUTIl ? lOOlVl.KY ClIAl'T; I. '31 other, the maidens a"re gVMhtj; new gowns for the K. ir: yoii proniis o?l ili.u I should have due.' 'And so you shall ?'lirisl inc. The nex.l iiiihe your latin r ?60s I" ^1?1111 guttl; he will bring it, and a I 1?i?* ribbon !"<>>? y- ir hair. 'I hi re. is mi reason wh^ !'.;? - Kt'lieb'n duiighici shouhl it >1 he as well dressed as tiny maiden i:i ilriiuspachi Vottf father has tidd nie thai> C?u.stj.ilyo^Sohwari/ has asked ihr votir hiladi' 'Aiii I what ??-lid tin fat bei- (ins , t'tvr V' 'i <?in- father t liiiik s him to <\. lilld Will i 'ISCIil 1" .'? i- in-i.Mth j ? i .. ... ? llie. I'? ? he v '.?.!: ! t i !iilit 'i1 ? ??.??? < i??!???!'. s\ < ii mu -;. dbuui;- J !i!i;l fp hi yt .;.:? i;:.::>'..' 'ho mpihciv ihai I cannot do; Ijul wo will i bey hty Irither's wish, ami waii. mil i! wo have his consent:.' 'Yoii speak like ii sensible girl < .'hrisliue, hut if ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 30 July 1880

[Written for the Orangeburg TlMBtn] OVER THE SEA. iiY UUTU (}oom.uv. CtlAi'T. I. 'Mother, the maidens'ftTe getting new gowns f?r the Fair; you promis ed, that I should have one.' 'Andso you,Shall Christine. The next, time your father goes to Sttitt gard, he will bring it, and u blue ribbon for your hair. There i^ no reason why Hans Krlieh's daughter should not. be as well dressed as any maulen in I>ru uspneh. Your lather has told me that G u.st avouch wart/, has asked tor your hand.? 'Am! what said mv father Lo Gus tave?' Your father thinks bim too poor, and will nol eonsoiil to your betroth ni, until he earns id enough to equal the [lort teui "which he wili give to you. It; will take a long time for (tiih to ''-.re. so much, so you must dismiss hint from your inital.1 "No mother, that 1 cannot do; 1ml we. will obey mv father's wish, and wait, until we have his consent..1 'You speak like a sensible girl Christine but ii' Gustavo was rich enough, yon are not ready, so whih he is w...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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