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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 27 November 1869

THE ORAJJGEB?RG NEWS SATURDAY, NQ.V. 27, I860. MALCOLM I. BRO-WiTMG, Editor. Gen. Wade Hampton's Speech at Macon. The oration of Gen. Hampton at the Georgia State Fair on the 17th instant, was decidedly one of his most splendid efforts. Its tone of high patriotism and of true realisation of the destiny and duty of the Southern pcoplo commend it Co erery heart. His views of labor and the colored people, are practical and wise. He thinks that the colored man . from his constitution and situation is the most efficient laborer for tho South; that is, that he can be made the most valuable and effective laborer that we can get But in order to render him euch both the land-owner and thecolored man himself have much to do. "We," he says "must exercise great forbearance, constant prudence and steady kindness. We must mnko him feel that his interests are iudisnolubly bound up with ours; that high price* for tntr products insure high wages for him. Let us he scrupulously just, in our deal ings...

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 November 1869

THE OR?NaEB?RG NEWS SAT?BDAY, MQV. 27, 1869. MALCOLM I. BROWNING, Editor. Gen. Wade Hampton's Speech at Macon. ?*? > _ The oration of Gen. Hampton at tho Georgia. State Fair on the 17th instant, was decidedly one of his most splendid efforts. Its tone of high patriotism and of true realisation of the destiny and duty of tho Southern people commend it to every heart. Hb views of labor and the colored people, are practical and wise. Ho thinks that the colored man . .horn his constitution and situation is the most efficient laborer for the South; that is, that he can he made the most vaiuablo and effective laborer that we banget But in order to render him such both the land-owner and the colored man himself have much to do. "We," he says "roust excrciso great forbearance, constant prudence and steady kindness. We must mnke him feel that his interests are iudissolubly bound up with ouirfc j that hitjh price* for our products insure, high tcages for him. Let us he scrupulously just in...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 27 November 1869

? X, O O _ ^ 8ATURD?T, NOVEMBER 27,1869 . ;T3ir$e Dollars for Two?Tub OitANOKHUiui Nkws and tho Amkic cah Stock Journal only Two Dollurs . t for ono year. Seod in your Subscriptions at once, as this offer will not be open .*%*??_"'f it". Reader I We don't want to mark your paper with a X, but if you don't ^y up we Wilt do it. We are Hot ask ing you to give us anything, but we want you to pay us what you owe, that's > m We have to pay cash for paper and lal o , and all eke necessary to conduct our business, and we hnpe our friends will consider our claims aud uieet them promptly. - Some of our subscribers complain that they do not get their paper. We can assure them that they arc mailed at t h is office regularly every week. The neglect is not ours. . We learn that Miss Susan Buir, dan*" ter cf Mr. John Buir, living near F /Hole Church, fell in the fire, during a fit, on Friday, 19th inst. One of her arms; was burned to a crisp, the other arm and her back were sIbo very badly burn...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 27 November 1869

[From Jhe German.] . The EnS^f Autumn. KNOWLTON. ? aX ?flVxtfS* ^V??1?? ?"tumnal air, Failing leaves by winds o'ertakeri; leFrbm thcgroves no song wo hear: Ah! how mournful: how forsaken; Winter comoth, deathly eold: * Forest! where are all thy, pleasures? Bright fields, laughing golden grain, Where are now thy waving treasures? v?tyeat and chUl the day has grown'; O'er the meadows mists are flying; Through the desert forests moan id cries: the season dying. Heart! oklAo>naetjthou the start Of they^oklct madly leaping? And tosVUrou remeinber, HeartT When we wandered by it weeping ? ? '^rleWMolitSst ottcn grieved thyself, , .? t ff. i Drinking pain and sorrow ever . Thou hast loved, Rnd thou hast hopod: Soon, we part, to meet?oh ! never! : *T^it our parting I shall watch ; ? . ' With ray 16vo I will tairround thee: Lotus hope that soon, O Heart! Storms less ficrcojpay sweep around thec That our last, sad, dreary hour, ^. Wa*nay meet serene, and sleeping. O'er our rest the gray ski...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 27 November 1869

.EQETior... [From The German.] . The End of Autumn. V . .'? AudfrafUS it. KNOWI.TON. . ?Ga.fJXf*' ** ? Gloomy clouds, autumnal air, Falling leaves by winds o'ertaken; From the "groves no song we bear : Ah!.how mournful: how forsaken; Winter cometh, deathly cold: * Forest! where aro all thy pleasures? Bright fields, laughing goldon grain, Whero are now thy waving treasures? x.J)fW? and chill the day has grown; O'er the meadows mists are flying; Through the desert forests moan ?-???j""Porcfhl cries: the season dying. Heart! oh! nearest thon the start Of the'^rjjoklct madly leaping ? And dost- tlfou remember, Heart ! When we wandered by it weeping ? ? in i / r?(\ ? * 'Heart, thou bast o'ftcn grieved thyself, -. Drinking pain and sorrow ever : Thou hast loved, and thou hast hopod: IS I ' Soon we part, to meet?oh ! never! 'Till our parting I ?hall watch; ? " With my lbvo I will surround tlice : . > I Lot us hope that soon, 0 Heart! Storms less ficrcojnay sweep around tlicc* That our l...

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. — 27 November 1869

[From ?ht German.] * The EMkof Autumn. 1 b." KNOWLTON. ur> ' ... G boomy clouds, autumnal air, Fulling leaves by wind? o'ertaken, From tho groves no song we hear : Ab! how mournful: how forsaken; Winter comelh, deathly cold: * Forest! where are,all thy.pleasures? . _ Bright fiolda, laughing golden grain. Where are now thy waving treasures? ?v , ! If' ? ? ?? . . Drcav and ehul.tbo day bus grown ; O'er the meadows mists are flying; Through the desert forests moan "??nPuleftll cries I the season dying. Ueart! ohljheaifest thou the start - Of theVloklef&d\y tfaplng| And do Heart! When we wandered by it weeping ? H3I I / ri (1 LU ? * *llwrVtnoU*ha8t often grieved thysolf, 1 ..".K?r**'V?ng Pftia aad Borrow over : Thou hast loved, and thou hast hopod: ?S3 V Sooa wo part, to meet?oh ! never! ?HOW ,rtS ?XAT?n n** ? V *%ifi our parting I shall watch; With oty 16vo I will surround dice:. Let its hope that soon, O Heart! Storms less ficrce^iny sweep around thec That our last, sad, dreary...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 4 December 1869

two dollAltS per annum. j G?D .AJSTIO OUR GOUNTRY. , always in advance VOLUME 3. SATlTRDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1869. NUMBER 42. THE ORANGEBURG NEWS PUBLISHED. AT ORANGEBURG, S. C. Erery Saturday'Moniiiig. nBAH. If IT AIL d- CO. FUBLTSnrfflS^AND PROPRIETORS. -:o;? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy for one year. $2.00 " ?? . " Six' Months. 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS. f..v n Club .of Now Subscribers, will receive au EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, fer a l}lu\> of Now Subscribers, will receive so EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, Tree of oharge. ^ . ? lTlXTE8 OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.'">0 ? 2d " . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brovier or ?no inch of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, .S5 00 Netioes of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, &c.00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the Boast liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, ??t oxecediug one Square, inserted without oharge. taSjr- "l...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 4 December 1869

tW? ff?LLATtS" per annum. } GOD A^TNTD OTJPt GOXTxsrTXxY. ^ always in ADVANCE. VOLUME 3. SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1869. NUMBER 42. the orangeburg news PUBLISHED. AT ORANGEBURG, 3. C. Every Saturday'Morjiing. t?:o:?r . I(. HALL 6 CO. ?UBLfsnEItS AND PROPRIETORS. -:o; TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On* Copy for one year. $2.00 " m . ?? Six Months. 1.00 Any one Bonding TEN* DOLLARS, for n Club of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of charge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, far a ?tn\> of Now Subscribers, will receive in EXJRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of ekargc. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion.'. $1.">0 V *? 2d " . 1.00 A Square oonsista of 10 lines Brevier or ? no inoh of Advertising Space. Administrator'a Notices, .$5 00 Natioos of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad miniatratorH. Executors, ko.$9 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon tlto mast liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNK P. AT. NOTICES, not exceediug one Square, inserted without ebargo. aar T...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 4 December 1869

tHE ORANGEB?RG NEWS BATUKDAY, DEC. 4, 1SC9, MALCOLM I.- BROWNING, htlttar. Bill to Regulate tho Sale of Cotton. Wo ijivo our renders below (ho bill in troduced into the Legislature to regulate the salo of this staple; Something must be done inthis matter to protect our farm ers, and this, bill seems to us the remedy. Our citizens wo arc confident will be pleased t,o bear of its passage. A BILL' TO REGULATE THE SALE OP ad J COTTON. Be it enacted by tbo Senate and House of Representatives of tho State of South Carolina now mctnud sitting in Uuncrul Assembly, and by the authority of the same. Section 1st. That a Commissioner shall be appointed by- in each County, who shali rcsido at tho County-seat, Whose duty it shall bo weigh all cotton ?old either loose, or packed in bales or in the seed. He tdiall keep n record of all cotton weighed, in a book regularly kept, and open at all times to the inspec tion of the public. lie shall also keep a record of tho names of the seller, and if prac...

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. — 4 December 1869

tHE ORANGEBURGr NEWS SATUKDAY, DEC. ^TTsc?. MALCOLM I. BROW XING, EoTftor. Bill to Regulato tho Sule of Cotton. Wo gjvo our readers below the bill in troduced into the Legislature to regulate the salo of this staplo; Something must be done in this matter to protect our farm ers, and tV-is. hill seems to us the remedy. Our citizens wo aro confident will be pleased t,o hear of its passage. A BILfcXTO RKOULATK THE SALE OP COTTON. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of tho State of South Carolina uow metaud sitting in Ooncrul Assembly, aud hy the authority of* tho same..- ? . . Section 1st. That a Commissioner shall be appointed by- in each County, who bhall reside at tho County-scat, whose duty it shall be weigh nil cotton ?old either loose, or packed in bales or in the seed. He shall keep a record of all cotton weighed, iu a book regularly kept, nnd open at all times to the inspec tion of the public, lie shall also keep a record of the names of the seller, and if ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 4 December 1869

=r^ro c A. T. . SATURDAY, DEC EM BEB 4," l? Three Dollars for Two?The OhanoeuXjug News aud the- Ameui can Stock. Jouiinal only Two Dollars for one year. Send in your Subscriptions at mice, as this offer will not be open long. ........ Tho 'dttobtion of our readers is called to the very interesting supplement which "Wo issu#to-day;. Our fanners will find the Diekson plan of farming in this sup plement, and We hope they will pre aerve |t for future reference. i ?????? ???<??? Messrs. T. A. Jeffords & Co., will Zoll furnish the Plauters with Liverpool Sah at 82.'60. per Sack. Those in want of the article will do woll to cull at once. Also a Vxiry cheap lot of Flour. The attention of Council is called to ?the dead calf in the Court House Square, It has bceujherc since Wednesday morn* ?ng, and will soon be offensive. A good many of our Steam Saw Mills have stopped oporatiou f.ir the want of water. ' Monday next in Bulesday in Orange burg. There is a large quantity of yal uablo pro...

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. — 4 December 1869

saturday, decem bTS 4* 18(51). Three Dollars for TwoM?iii OiiANOKu?iKi Xkws and the Abieui can Stock Jouhnai. ooly Two Dollars for one year. Send in your Subscriptions at once, as ttm ?fter will uot bo open long The"?ttcbtion of our readers is called to the very interesting vuppletnent which wo issu^io-dny. Our farmers will find the Diefcson plan of farming in this sup plement} and w*e hope thoy will pre serve l^for future rcferonce. - .pap Messrs. T. A. Jeffords & Co., will furnish the Planters with Liverpool Sah at 82.GO per Sack. Those in want of the article' will do well to coil at once. Also a very cheap lot of Flour. ???--u?l ? The atteritiou of Couucil is called to ttho deiid calf in the Court House Square, 3t has boeuXhero since Wednesday morn ing, and will soon 1 donsivo. A good many uf our Steam Saw Mil's have stopped operatiou for tho want of water. * Monday next is Buleaday in 0rouge burg. There is a large quantity o*f val uable property' to ho sold, aud parties desi...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 4 December 1869

POETRY. * Wedded Love. ar j. a. wniTTiKn. And if the husband or the wife In homo's strong light discovers Suoh slight defaults as failed to moot Tho blended eyes of lovers. Why need wo care to ask ? who dreams, Without their thorns, of roses, Or wonders that tho truest steel, Tho readiest spark discloses?' For.still in mutual sufferance lies Tho secret of true living; Love scarce is lovo that never knows The sweetness of forgiving. ?"correspondent of the Country Gentle tnan fed his pigs turnips from ,tho first week in July to the lust of .September, giving theni uo other lood. They did well, growiug and keeping in fine condi tion. He does not believe in cooking white turnips; steamed Swedes, with plenty of meal, ore good, but not so good, he thinks, us potatoes. More than five thousand pounds of sour milk curd, were used in Chicago last year, as a combining agent for colors, hy the manufacturers of days.< By the use of acids tho curd is transformed into an adhesive substance whic...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 4 December 1869

POETRY. * Wedded Lovo. BY J. O. WHITTIKB. And if tho husband or the wifo Iu homo's strong light discovers Such slight defaults as failed to moot Tho blended eyes of lovers. Why need wo caro to ask T who dreams, Without their thorns, of roses, Or wonders that tho truest steel, Tbo readiest spark discloses?' For ytill in mutual sufferance lies The Bcoret of truo living; Love ceo reo is lovo that never knows The Bweotncss of forgiving. mau fed Iiis pigs turnips from ,tho first week in July to the h\tt ol* September, giving them uo other lood. They did well, growing and keeping in fine condi tion. Ho docs not believe in cooking white turnips; steamed Swedes, with plenty of meal, are good, but not so good, he thinks, us potatoes. More than iivo thousand pounds of sour milk curd, were used in Chicago last year, as n combining agent for color*, by tho manufacturers of days./ By tho use of acids the curd is transformed iuto an adhesive substance which is a combin ing agent for different col...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 4 December 1869

ORANGEBURG NEWS-EXTRA. -7 ? [From the Rural Carolinian.] \ David Dick son ?nrt Improved Farming. David Dioksoa, undoubtedly tho beat and most successful planter in Georgia, if not in the whole Suntli. ia of English descent, und whs born in iliiucoek County, Up., July fith, 1809. His father, Mr. Thoinas Dickson, was a uutive ot Virginia, served in the Kevolutionary army, and soon after the olose ?f the War of Independence roraoved to Georgia, where he died in 1827, at the age of a little over seventy years. His wife, the mother ot tho subject of our sketch, was born in North Carolina in 1777, and survived her husband n.auy years, dying in Im'. 1, at the ago of about eighty-seven years. Mr. Dickson, therefore, coaioa ot a long-lived slock, and inherited from his parents what has been of more value to him, and contributed moro to his success thun the largest fortune could have done?an excel lent constitution and u strong, well balauced brain?a souud mind in a healthy body. Beyond this ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 4 December 1869

adivalent to at least one-bnlf of one per oont. of nunnouiu. 'An unususlly high gradoofsuperphos ato oan be made from theac phosphates, as they contain little or nouo of those ingredients common fn phosphate guanos, which render them difficult to manufacture and injurious to vegetation." The raw phospbatlo is worth, at a rough estimate, ten dollars h ton at the works. There are already numerous companies anil individual* engaged in working phosphate beds. 1. The Charleston Phosphate Mining and Manufacturing Company, with n capital of $100,000, with tho privilege, of increasing it to $1,000,000, own* extensive phosphato lands on both side* of the Ashley River. It has heretofore, wo believe, confined Its operations to mining and shipping the rocks to Philadelphia. Jesse E. Smith, Philadelphia, President; Colonel Joseph A. Yatec, Charleston. Superintendent; B. S. Rhttt & Son, Charleston, Agent?. I Wando Photjthatc Minte on Aehlty River. 2. Tho Wando Mining and Manufacturing Company...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 11 December 1869

- t^aa. h?w -?-1- -f-f^T-f^^^^Mv;.;.?;- W^&.MoM-^-''J" ' ' '"-?'?3-'?*?^=--' TWO DOLL A IIS II M. \ CJOI) A n I ) O I JJ't c( ) I I N PHY. ^?BBH^^hI^H^ ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. VOLUME 3._SATURDAY^OR^G, DECEMBElt Ut 1869."^^^^^^^^? NUMBER 43. TSE ORANGEBURG NEWS PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBURO, S. C. ? Every Saturday Morning. ; "HAS. TT. TIALL & CO. PUBLISHERS AND PROPR1ETQRB. . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy for one your.. $2.00 ? ?? M " Six Months. 1.00 Any one ponding TEN DOLLARS, for r. Otnh of New* Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE XV..\ 11, free of oharge. Any oue.aenling FIVE DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of charge. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.50 ?? 2d " . 1.00 "A Squaro consist.'! of 10 lines Brevier or ?n.e inob of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, .$5 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ' miaistrators. Executors, kc.$!? 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the nssst li...

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. — 11 December 1869

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS SATURDAY, DEC. 11, 1809. MALCOLM I. BROWNING, Editor. 1 nun v; ration. Tho Daily Newt, last week, published a letter from the ^ritish Consul at Charleston, Mr. H. P. Walker, to Gen. Hagood, President of the South Caro lina Agricultural and .Mechanical Socie ty, informing him of the arrival of a party of immigrants on the steamer Mar mora, and asking for reliable iu forma tion, to enablo him to aid these people in selecting homes iu our State. Those Counties which, through the no tion of their auxiliary Agricultural So cieties, will offer the best inducements to settlers, will of course receive them. An impetus has certainly been giveu to immigration, and it ia one of tho chicl duties of our Couuty Agricultural Socie ty to make provision for tho reception of these new comers. Besides7 introducing into each county, ?he very best of .aous or laborers, their settling iu tho couuty will change the majority iu too ballot box. There is no telling but that by liberal and...

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. — 11 December 1869

SATURDAY, DbJOKMfcKU li, 18b1). Our Rauders must forgjve. the dearth of reading matter in tlys issue. In lieu of i^ vre ask attention to the numerous land sales advertised. If subscribers continne to remember us, as in"the past Wedfc?; but paper will sopu be enlarged. Sai.K-Day.? 0:i Monday last there Wore more people in town than has been ?ine? the "Barbecue." "Why, Sir, the place, was j.rnni :d " Of 'course a crowd, tu "Ortnigeburg, at this time of year, meant jollification. The brisk cool weather, tin: feeling of satisfaction at. the1 "fcs?lts "of the farmer's year of hard work, , the conversion of the cotton into the greenbacks, aud their conversion" into ?11 tho wpnts and comforts of home, the approach of the Christin as season, all this stirs glad feelings pi content iu tho breasts of tho throng, TJies^ feelings beam in the'oyo, are reflected from lace J to face, and express themselvos iu the atrong, hale tones of ebeer and hope. ?These Occasion are the farmers' jubilees, aud ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 11 December 1869

POETRY. At My Mother's Grave. BT GEOBQB O. PBBNTIOB. The trembling dew-drops fall Upon tho shattered flowers like souls at rest; The Btars shine gloriously, and all. Save trie, is blest. Mother, I love thy grave! The violet, with its blossoms bluo and mild, Waves o'er thy heafl?when shall it wave Abovo thy ?hild! 'Tis a bright flower, yet must Ita bright leaves to the tempest bow; Dear m htr, 'tis thine emblem?dust, Dust ii on thy brow. And I oould love to lie, To leare untasted lifo'sdark bitter streams By tbte, as erst in childhood lie, And share thy dreams. And must I linger here, To stain the plumago of sinless years, And mourn tho hopes of childhood dear, With bitter tears? Aye, must I linger horo, A lonoly branch upon a blasted tree, Whose last frail leaf, untimely scro, Wont down with thee? ? Oft from life's withered (lower. In still communion with the past I turn, And muse on thee, tho only flower In Memory's urn. And when tho evening pnle Bows like a mourner on the dim blue...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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