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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 30 January 1869

H U MOR TJ O S . ?lim :Hn i. ..iwXJi M-rrrrrl y, ? r j ^ jI Plnm Prjddintr. Ti> ?bJUU b.ln ?.;..tr? ..' i .4?#o Has?u?H5T " M ! r ? ? Plum pudding, like a man; is fearfully and wonderffjjy^ajlo, and has often a fearful and wonderful effect on hini. ' Pcrhajjs.^ is^ajbjessjng that Christmas only comes once h year. If W6 had to &tV'pfuWpudding every day, the conscqumoer might be serious. There is burdly, a. housekeeper who feels con tent ivoly eoufident of her own abilities to make .?ji?SWttV, Young ladies. just landed from homo, I who hare undertaken to spoil victuals and ruin the digestiottnaftttfe .fhudly,{ let4-': twelve, dollars,a month a$gDoj(^$ru ^turo with all lesen ess a&heiejt eibo to eompouud and coflfc ? plum pudding at n moment's notice But tho ! experienced matron approaches the solemn u u dcrtuking^witjt much anxiety. Plumi^?ddipg*,dcrives its name from pl?ms,' which are'sometime* used to n limited extent initscop.pps^iou. Tlicrc are various recipes for. maki...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 30 January 1869

HUM OR HOS. "i^* Fltini Pudding. Tfv' ob?T 'o'tAwps; To ltn?l ?ij Ki., ?. i,. ..- , Vi'? rivTT .'t-ii lr- ? 3Mum'pudding-like a man; is fearfully and wonderfg^juujibj and has often a fearful and wonderful cfleeton him a ' Perhaps,^ is a.bjcssjiig that Christmas ouly comes once a year. If wo had t? eat "a plum pudding ovory day, the consequences might be serious. There is hardly a housekeeper who feels con tcutively confident of her own abilities to inuke a plum pudding* . . " 1 Youug Indies, just landed from 'home, who have undertaken to spoil victuals and rule the digestion of the family, for twelve dollars a month and board, will venture with all reck lessness to?their.;trjbo to compouud and cook a plum puddihg^at a moment's notice. But tho experienced matron approaches the eolemn un dertaking jvitji much anxiety. Plum pudding derives its name from plums, which urersonieiiiiic? used tu ? iimiiuu uxiuut in its cownps^iou. There are various recipes for making the genuino'Knglfsh plu...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 20 March 1869

, u 4ft ft h ;* ^ / T%Q*IH)LLAR8 PEE ANNUM. }? --.? - i?inii?? i i ^omb mrii i ' i jiL Volume 3. 1 1 4 v-i C4033 AND OUB, -OOXJNTRY. <{ ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 20. 1869. ^^^^^^^^^^AAAgm?tft^^Jftf-A a fits liizj: ? .tS air.? rt^iSJttEmMa^kamtLZ rC . ___ ?5*. rtT numbbb 6. TBE ORANGEBURG NEWS. PUBLISH ED AT ?RANGRBURO, 8. V ZW?ti&s^l itaTjL% *UR14SHRRS RND PROPRIETORS. ^0*OcS>y for orte fr**.... $2.00 -. -:t >SLf nT'iitin?........ 1A*J 'An*DOLLARS, f?r a flnb of Xew ltidsai lUll I wiR reCeire an EXTRA COPY *?r OIWHMRR, 'ftreeof charge. Any ?me tending FITE ?OtLARB, f*? a Hub of New Subscribers, 'wlR rd*W* an ?XTRA COPY for 8IX MONTHS, ?:o> ^^Ei 9* ADVERTISING. * Senate 1st .Insertion... $1.50 ?* ?? .v/". 1.00 A SquaeswooBSesta of 10 lines Brerier or one inch ?<f Advertising space. Admiaistrater's Notices, ..JLU4-?.00 <C?atr*cl Advertisements inserted upon the most liberal terms. -?io:? ^ARM?? and FUNERAL NOTICES, not es eeediag eate^war?, Inser...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 20 March 1869

URS WKWS. J SATURDAY, HAUCH 550,1800. J7/-1J9. C. ANDREWS, Editor. MALCOLM! ER01VXIXG, Attoeiate Editor. Fcntule Suffkiige. The question of fbuialc su?rugo is oo longer the m?re chimera of the brain that it was when first introduced upon the political carpet by fanatic enthusiast of Woman's Rights!' It is becoming a grave and important* mat ter andjls sWdtllf feilc/sseJ ujr the legisla tors and politicians of tho laud. ^trrwsB^tffid,,; s4^1ist^who. | ptviured bo grspUalUyJs^lMtaitiAiUy the practical opcr aiiownMwlMcf *dtn?6*' Mew ' BT universal suf? frag^SSw^il,rt 8hbfttW'uaVe' cohVo to pass cud . ?CO* *n*\V d a-kten u-ff? I'd : 0 to :wV>y??ftprm wh9MlwAH#tiM$ he sconcs *f happy and han?j5?4,eJ?aiou6; iwhen the 'polls would be dddbtoted with flowers, and wreathed1 with garlaTUfV^wheri merry'groupes?, and parties of "young men ami maidens, old men nud chil dren^' would^.b^ seen wcuding their way and ^rt,Vr*4?*i?,^,J^uc^^^ to aud around the bjOh^-Ua?, while tho air would fee- per-'...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 20 March 1869

SATURDAY MORNING, MAR. 20, 18?'j TUE ORANGEBURG NEWS 18 TJIB ON?t'^?fKR PUBLISHED LS OR , *dt Rottes?.<!?" "??jr'.-l ANaKRPIO COUNTY, AND PAYS WK|^?tS TQ EVKBY lioUSK A?yjHB^?:iy THE COUNTY. Xi?d8eeors**of '?Ar Tenders, doubtless, ob serveda jr^ crtw? fiti tl:o margin of. their pa per, last weck, several of theso kuew what it Meant, and no such mark will be found on tlielr psperH this week. Others, however, tuny not know what it mean", Well, we will pro ceed ?# fMWJ. means your suhl* tcriptioti is due, the second mark moans pay np, and crossing tbcm means that if you don't pay op you will be^croaW out, and no more Sarve the^leaj^ure of hearing us spoxU, through the medinetof the Oranoeuvro News. Wo i?rre fpf, ^adVr,i frond ly love you, and hate to {pert iSith you, but Vc love that two dollars, too; sow tip and don't get cross, baa la.!.1 ^e?s??-? a?' A*rtlfR kX? SQUARE NOTICE. " The ladder is worthy of his hire." All persons indebted to this office for Subscriptions to the OwAHQE...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 20 March 1869

; AG EI C ? LT? R A L, & G. / i'!"'H ,n of Paris as a Fertilizer. If ono muH use sonic commercial niniuuc he :?8 di; ~o;l to make * trial of Plaster of] Paris, yulvBs he ahould live whore he cannot obtain it without great expense. Thai it generally produces favorable results' wherever- used, is a well established fact; but the process by which those results are gained does not appear. Some observers think that the plaster retains the fertilising gas that arises from JjWffiqg^egeJtablc matter, and gives it off sjfsU(j?ro|& time for the uae of tbV growing plant. Others think that tlio ef fect ? doe to th?lime ami sulphur of which piaster is c?mpoaed?it is sulphate of time. Flint, iu bis book on Grasses, says : "The infectious odor which rises from decaying vege table matter from'the stablo, from the manure hoaptlaW imperceptibly from the whole .sur face of the earth, is one of the most important elements for the growth oi the plant. Plaster fixes this/and the first shower wash...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 20 March 1869

,u ? M tl n / TWO DOLXARS PER ANNUM, y GOD AjNTI^ OUR COUNTRY. ?{ ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. VOLUME 3. SATURDAY MORNING, A T)nTT oa NUMBER a TBE ORANGEBURG NEWS. Vm' h'?' Published at orangkburg, 8. c cv: HALL, %?UBU8IIKRa AND PROPRIETORS. ib tor ' 'TSnMS SvJlSCRIPTIOK. ^?*Cw*y fevsne jrtwf.. $2.00 ?m .. ... gix Month*... 1.00 Any-?warnding TEN DOLLARS. for ? Clnb Of ttsw Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY Wer OHE "WMlsV fr??? or ehnrge. Any one ?ending FIVE mkliABS, Amt a Crub of New Subscribers, "will r?eWe an EXTRA COPY for 8IX MONTHS, tY-e of efcarg*. . ? JjjJJ f$fip OF ADVERTISING. 1 Beware lit Insertion.. $1.50 ?4 -?Am<44 . 1.00 A Square conshts of 10 lines Brevier or one ineh uX Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, ..a..-.$5 00 ?Ceatract Advertisements inserted upon the moet UWat terns. ' ?;n:? MARBf??K and FUNERAL NOTICES, not ex ceeding eaoScritar?, insert*'! without charg*. -?t^?j' I ?:o:~ ! CSash in Advance. biza 2 -fcOETRY. Tlio Dutchman's Hen. ?4j ai .? ?? ' ? #'...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 20 March 1869

SATURDAY, MA HC II 20,1809. TU AD. C. ANDREWS, Editor. MALCOLM f. BROWNING, Attoeiate Editor. Fcniulo Suffrage* The question of female suffrage is no longer the mere chimera of tho brain that it was when first introduced upon the political carpet by fanatic enthusiast of Woman's Rights! It ia becoming a grave and Important' mat ter an?ts s^d?jl? pijc^ssej )ry the legisla tors and politicians of tho laud. sUtcstwtMtqaid,. H?>eialist,-r-who pictured so graphically- andbeautifully flic practical opcr atio?1atM'eh^'of:lhe{,i\le;t BF universal snf fwgt?^feefi,it should haVo coine to pass ami in** w\\ j??? i ? i1,1 become, j working r?ajity? un /ait acmmjili. Whe^4*j|n .hustings would be scenes of happy and taiig?<rotaaioo8 ; when tho polls would be decorated with flowers, and wreathed with garla'finV;'"wlien merry groupes, and parties of "young men and maidens, old men and chil drcn,' would-be seen wending their way und circling in picturesque grouping, to aud around the UiJJcs-boK...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 20 March 1869

SATURDAY MORNING, MAR. 20, 18?9. '(?J?p>i?<^MWM^ IUI* H?ll Ilii.M THE OHANGEBURG NEWS IS THE klliiUQ COUNTY, AND PAYS WK|KLt VISITS TO EVERY HOUSE iNl}ff|G?^BT THE COUNTY. ?v,iH.i^l,,wi)iH a, tap** Urn .aw ^s-^i X. Several of oar Tenders, doubtless, ob Mrtaivrt fJPtWjOipbB on tho margin of their pa fer, fa^1-^^ several or tlicsq knew what it ineani, ntid oo auch tnai k will be found on tjwir papers this week. Others, howevor, may not know what it means, Well, we will pro ceed tlfeftttttU 'oMeniark means your sub scription is due,5 the second mark! means pay np, and croaaing them means that if you don't pay tap you will be cruanrtl out, and no more have the pleasure of hearing US spout, through the mediuu of the Oranoeuurg Nkwh. Wc Jotc you, reader, fondly love you, and hate to Ipaut tilth y'6d, but we love that two dollars, too; so T*y Op and don't get cross. ban la'ii??'**???? A^tfiHB AND SQUARE NOTICE. The Utfhrrer its tror% of his hire." All persons indebted to this office ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 20 March 1869
Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 27 March 1869

.<vg*fl<? ? t!???fYi Jrrwrnvjut! n ii a wan Mu&aBMA?o tiht '<> |f\ j -Ti f i lolfol ?rtfl n-m W. f.f.,.,, ( .??vr,? IKMU? ,TA*? ITA? TWO DOLLARS PKR ANNUM. ttXAJt.f J4 VOLUME 3. GOD AJsp' OTJR COUNTRY. v?n -mi! hi ntHftmusen ? ' < wi * i r^'J'V' ?) ?-ritt" q H, ! SATURDAY MORNING, MABOH 27, 1869. ? TfW9 i IDE ORANGEBURG NEW8? ? - ?CK? rVBL^ffiifp At OJIAN GKBURG, S/0 Kwy Satnrdajr Morning. ?;0:? P^ftU?^RRH AND PROPRIETORS. ^jHljRirs of surscriptiox. ?no Cany tor one xrar. S'J.OO .. :r .. s;x Slonth*. 1.00 lay ono sending TEX DOLLARS. f?r a Clnh of J??w 8u*WriW*. wiU receive an EXTRA COPY for OMR YEAR, free *f charge. Any one sending frtVK DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subscribers, Wilt reesivc an EXTRA COPY for SiX MONTHS, tree of ?'?arge. ?-?:-? RXfRfl ?F 'AT/frftRTlSINO. 1 8q?nrc 1st Insertion. Si.SO ** ? 2d ?? . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Drevicr or one inoh ?ff Adverting space. AemlatoleatorVISMie. f. .;.$0 <H) Csstrftrt AdTertisemepM i?aert?d upon the...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 27 March 1869

THE 0&ANGKBU&Q NEWS. SATURDAY, MARCH S7,1869? T&AD. C. ANDREWS, r\dirvr. MALCOLM I. BROWSING, Attwiate Editor. Acetpt the Situation! The Boston Gummcretal Buffet in! says that ?mrtl rsmmniihalioas have been received at their oftcej ^re^.oot^pofidenta in -the Sooth era State* expressing the great desire of the people to bring into Ant part of the country, capita! fAmi the North?of either money or iabor?wlHch will aid in restoring its prosperi er. - * . iist? v': mq ?= The Vhartetton Courier, alluding to these communications, says that "they are from in t^Jgea^ meBj natives of the Southern States, "MtVfij?Mf itit MTU ATI ON' going to work to develope the splendid resources of their Section, instead of waiting time in frothy declamation and political disputation. and who purpose to devote their best efforts to Ih or fljpajMy establish law and order, and to project to the fullest degree the honest opinions and convictions of all who come among ihvm." The coarse thus commende...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 27 March 1869

LOCAL IYEMS. SATURDAY MORNING, MAR. 27, I860. THE ORANGEttURG NEWS IS THE only i Paper publishkd iV or- | ANGEBUHG COUNTY, AND PAY8 WEEKLY VISITS TO KV8RY HOUSE AND HAMLET IN THE COUNTY. JL 8eyer?l ol our readers, doubtless, ob etrved a red ero? en tk? s***gin of <RWr pa per, last weak, several of these knew what it ' tncant, and wo auch mark will be found on their papers this week. Others, however, may Isot kuow what it means, WeH, we will pro ceed to tell them. One mark means your sub scription is due, the second mnrk weans pay up, and crossing them tea? that tf5 you don't pay np yen will be crowd out, aud no more kave the pleasure of bearing us spout, through the mcdiun of too Obakueduho News. We love you, render, fondly lore yen, and hate to part with yew, bat we love that two dollars, too; so pay up and don't get ernes. .A FAIR AND SQUARE NOTICE. u The lub+rer iu worthy of hit hirt." All persons indebted to this office for Subscript ions to the Ouanokhimiu News are expected ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 27 March 1869

*? HUM0RI3W. A litababt odmtt. Th. Quaker* lo the Friendly Isles* The FeWierefa Chili, ami |. Jr ,%**??? ne? ? a) . The little, iuirlSrig, carolling "babes," TtWp>fss.d or to. Breast. '?? Fiona^ftn#UnUe*a* o?er to vreece, Asjd whileUeMieejr wits, *j sTls paesas^totbe'?u&^a^osity' 3111 Spendthrifts are on} the Streite. J J J { ) gpisMvsReuU to ehe Mrf4k*?>. Q / /_ i* Wine bibbers *e Burgundy*.. Ouenaaade shoutttduaoh at Spnswich, isles, ' WeeJB>?J>t#a^of funrdy. ' aft Bachelors to the United States, Let4^Mli^r3^ to B^ny B An/Ar*] Aad 8hoeblee%* Ve'AOpao. MS V: aaO *tW 1 >rt -I I VI y Thusemigrate?and misplaeedttttn . wiTJ^eaeaeo longer rex us; ABd^j^ja^'jula^dVor { " ) Had better go to Texas. .?. ?- . SIOK8 AKl^iptr^^We. heard^a atera tJiaJ other day which pleased us "much," and here w ? ? sa>A?h eai. "Vefejj^j^%ks mooch of dum ding?*, und I don't pclicvo averydings 3 but I dolls you Bometiuiiawlunj m some dings as dose dings. now uu ?uur mgnt 1 sits and reads m...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 27 March 1869

.'I j retf v? . . - . ,j .??;;.? ; \o >- ; .' mm; ~1 ."*8*ll?? ? ff??M? Yl I M-WftV-tfUt TWO B0LLAE8 PKR ANNUM. ^ 4.1 J VOI/UME 3. _M Ml*?^ nil . ??.. til ? ?yyrjTHjtii ? ir, ,_J _ ,f* il'WJLM .TA?SIJTA? " ?! U_JH_"~99*9 I nott?*It jBflfc QOD AND OXJR COUNTRY. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 27, 1869. w?n -lit }?? ttwtiuduani ?>?: -.r ??ik*e?>r?<<i-.i? ?' " ! > ''TtWr .-, ; -. ? .?71 '??!) -Jtji" ftl J,;tl7T i. I) ?t ? ftaw '..r.i,.ut.\- -,J| hp-. fi;?r ? !?<!..? ?Ii ttK.ii '.id '!?? ??.._I . (...<.. . f. 1 ALWAYS IN ADVA??Ek *.? ??* ./T <*f7 rn-i-ft rir't-f -.n_~=*mmmt\tttv? heWT>4 Mit . > ff*tf _tHE OR?NGEBURG NEWS? PVBL&frE]) AT OUANOKBUBG, S. 0 Krcry Sntnvday Morning. **v?.i f- ?awlts-^^'j PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. r TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ?ig* t-' 9m Cong I?r ?no TCar. ?2.00 ? ? Six Slontb*. 1.00 Any ono sending TEN DOLLARS. f*r * Clnh of Kew Subscribers, ?ill receive nn EXTRA COPY ?%r ONE^ YEAR, free of charge. Any one sending friVR DOLLARS, for ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 27 March 1869

THE ORANGEB?RG NEWS. SATURDAY, MARCH 27, IS<>9. THAD. C. ANDREWS, Milor. MALCOLM t. MROWNtSQ, Associate Editor. Accept the Situation! The Boston Commercial Bulletin says that MMIM coaaisacicatioas hare been received at their office, from eorrespondents in the South ern States expressing the great desire of the fjcopic- to bring iato that part of the country, capital frpm the North?of either money or labor?which will aid in restoring its prosperi ty. ?fiM vJt v,:,*; The Vharleston Courier, alluding to these communications, says that "they arc from in ml^gea^ j^caj, natives of the Southern St at es, who ? ACCkPt Iiir. SITUATION," going to work themselves to develope the splendid resources of their section, instead of wasting time in frothy declamation and political disputation. and who purpose to devote their best efforts to thoroughly establish law and order, and to protect to the fullest degree the honest opinions and convictions of all who come among thsm." The course thus co...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 27 March 1869

LOCAL ITEMS. 1 SATURDAY MORN I NO, MAR. 27, 1860. THB OR A NO KBIT RH NEWS IS THE ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED IN OK ANGEBUKG COUNTY, AND PAY8 ^KKKI?Y VISITS TO EVERY HOUSE AND HAMLET IN THE COUNTY. | * --?- ^-?r-J 1 ??--j Several of our readers, doubtless, ob> served a red cross on the margin of their pa per, last week, several of these knew what it I meant, and no ?ach mark will be found on their papers this week. Others, however, may toot know what it means, Well, we will pro ceed to tell them. One mark means your sub scription is doe; the second mark means pay up, and cmssiug them means that if you don't pay ttp you will. he crotacel out, and no more here the pleasure of bearing as spout, through the mcdiun of the Orakoeburcj News. We love yon, reader, fondly love you, and hate to part with you. hot we love that two dollars, too; so pay up and don't get cross. ? FAIR AND SQUARE NOTICE. u The laborer in worthy of hi* hirt." All persons indebted to this office for Subscriptions to the ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 27 March 1869

LOCAL ITEMS. Saturday morning, mar. 27, isee. THE ORAXGEBURft NEWS is THE ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED IN OR ANGKBUKG COUNTY, AND PAYS WEEKLY vi8its TO EVERY HOUSE AND HAMLET IN THE COUNTY. a. ... ? -! X* Several of our readers, doubtless, ob ?erved a red cross ou the margin of their pa per, bat week, several of these knew what it toieant. and no sock mark will be lbuud on their papers this week. Others, however, may toot kuuw what it means, Well, we will pro ceed to tall thaw. One mark means your aub veription ia due, the second mark means, pay npf and crossing them means that if you don't pay np you will be crooned out, and no more have the pleasure of hearing us spout. through the median of the Ouanueuuro News. Wc lore yon, reader, fondly love you, and hate to part with yon, hut we love that two dollar*, too; so pay np and don't get cross. .A PAIR AND SQUARE NOTICE. u The lub+rer ia worthy of hi* hire." All persons indebted to this office for Subscriptions to the Okanokhiiru Nr.ws arc ex...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 27 March 1869

LOCAL ITEMS. Saturday morning, mar. 17,186?. THF ?RANGEBUR& NEWS 18 THE only Paper published ii or angeb?rg county, AND PATS Vtkkkly yISfTS to kvbry hoi sk and i 1AMlet in the county -=r-#?-? 3L Several jtf out readers, doubtless, ob served ? gi? *?C5*'.?>U SBO margin of ?Mr pa per, bat week, several of these knew what ii ?scant, nnj no lack mark will be found on their papers this week. Others, however, may toot know what it means, Well we will pro weed to Aii\ Ohe mark means your sub ?fHptiow is due, the second mark means pay ?p, and cr,?tsg them means that tf ynu don't1 pay np yon will he crotttti owl, ami no mote have the pleasure of hearing us spout, through she mediun of the Oranoeduru News. We love yon, reader, fondly love you, and hate to part with you, but we love that two dollars, too; ho.pay up and don't get cross. >noT'vti .A PAIR AND SQUARE NOTICE. u The lahnurer rs worthy of hit Am." All persona indebted to this office for Subscript ions to the OnANUEnimo News...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 27 March 1869

HUMOR 1- Fncftiu^ IAWnrj*. Q A *0 W V* *?* a I.ITABAKT ODD1TT. TW he Quakers to the Friendly Isles, The Quakers to the Friendly Isles, j The FttWi?r**o Chili, r Tha little, snarling, carolling "babes," Tl^ 8b ""unJi wl*v? at*-. FlJnpi^keaa Ooeke go o'er to Greece, ,| And while tbeMiser waits, His passage to the Guinca coast,1 Spendthrifts are; oft the Straits. J J ' [ J ) 8pl.SjSsK>at?tfld to iht Needle^fo,. | Wine bibbers to Burgundy* ? ? Guorraando ohoujd lunch at Sandwich IbIcp, Wag*?*?? BayAef fun-dy. sss Bachelors to the United States, Jl^en^^BwSny ^ f H ) wl And Shoeblacks to Japan. #e*^ J* , 'S <. >ri *H I ? * I / Thus emigrate?-and misplaced men Willheranolonger Tex its; ABdj|^a^e^I|'9^^dedaFor ( Had better go to Texas. i U.PI. ? 8ION8 a KD Omkns.?We heard a story the otht " dar which pleased us "much," and here It is: paper, jand, pune frau ?he shpeak and say : 'r>& dedogishhowlin/> "Veil, don't diuks mooch of dum dings, und I don't vj?di^gre. ?verydings ...

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