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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 5 April 1873

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS GEORGH nOLIVER, FtnASOiii. a ~ i> Bvium Wakagkb. Official Palter of the State and ?f Ornngcburg County. 8ATlrtt?AT, APKIL 5,1373, At ?Mb W>D> business clan, of our people ire the farmers- The seui inarjr Tirtuo , ..other Kurth, existing at sjljb^ieejMCjp ju its perfection, bide to -work. Right among them at thoir wurk we will eome, and taking a seat at one end of the furrow will hare a chat cr.oh time the plow pats up this way. Well we ooght of course- to begin by telling some very wonderful thing. S? here we are! . It is known that the doinrs, goings and comings of wind and weather are no. longer unknowo^sOs^eeta. Hut the direetiou and force of the wind and the temperature and horoscope of the weather are safely and regularly fore told. Signal stations are erected at different points on the Sea Coast, and mariners are told the morrow's storm or ^?se sat''(vi calm. Now, tili? iore knowledge of the wejjher ia to be applied and utilized for ugricultual pur...

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. — 5 April 1873

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS GEOROB nonvFit, FlHAHClAL AR? BuSIXBSS bIaXAOB*. Ortlcial Paper of the fctato and ?f OranKeburg County. satukdat, apkil 5,1873. Tcte-n-Jl>te with our Partner?. At this seseon, the business clan of our people are the farmers* Tht *?eui inarj virtue of Mother Karth, existing at this season iu its perfection, bids to work. Right among them at their work we will eome, and taking a seat at one end of the furrow will hate a ehat caob time the plow gets up this way. .Well we ought of ooarso tn begin bj telling some very wonderful thing. So here we are! .1 (w'trnan - - It is known that the doinrs, goings and comings of wind and weather are nfjn *?* iaVtitiol !?/?< ?t r no. longer unknown sobjocte. But the direction and force of the wiud and the tompersturs and horoscope of the wiather are safely and regularly fore told. Signal stations are erected at different points on the Sea Coast, and 1 mariners are told the morrow's storm or calm. Wow, this fore knowledge of t...

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. — 5 April 1873

LOCAL, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1873 W. M BaIu ?V Co?Have received a lot of mult*. Just in time tot taleday. W. T. M?ller,?!? mtW afottad tho eojaer. Ho has a, little of everything and moat that is good. J?infoon;?Some of the beat hams (thetjf are really ?reellen?) ere to be had at the store of Messrs Museley & Crook. feverything needed is there ?in min - Supreme Court-?The appeals from the First Circuit will be taken up in the the Supreme Coert on Monday the 21st. ii Doing Jtenllco to the Teachers. Let'every teacher iu the county reojiee as he reads the notice of Treesnrer Andrews, endorsed by School Commie eieaer MoKinley. Appointed?His Excellency Go*. Mpees by proclamation (which is pub lished in another column) his appointed Trial Justice J P. Mays as Coroner of .V. k tho County of Orsngeburg. Rills of tht Banks of the State? The Supreme Court ef the United State has decided thut the bills or the Banks of'the Stste are not rceeiveable for Mr Fast.?If J'?u want a good, elsau shave ...

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. — 5 April 1873

f; * L O GAL ?_ SATURDAY, APRIL ft, 1873 W. M- Sain & Co ? nave received a lot of mule*. Just in time for saleday. W. T. M?ller,?1? etil! artmed the ooiaer. He has n little of everything ami most that is food. i ?a? ???masmaaa? Jantbon;?Some of the beat hams (they* ere really excellent") are to be had -at the store ef Messrs Meseley & Crook. Kverjtbing needed is there ? ?jei Supreme Court-?The appeals from the First Circuit will be taken up in the the Supreme Court on Monday the 21st. instant. Doing Jiwtico to tho Teachers.? Let every teacher iu the county reojioe as ho reads the notice of Trsssnrer Andrews, endorsed by Sehool Cornmis sioner McKinley. Appointed?His Excellency Got. rupees by proclamation (which is pub lished in smother column) Ins appointed Trial Justice J P. Mays as Coroner of .F A the County of Orangeburg. 71ills of tin Banks of thctftato ? The Supreme Court of the United State has decided that the hills of tho B inks of the State are tint receiveable for t...

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. — 5 April 1873

r LOCAL. SAIURDAT, APRIL fl, i*T3 IV. M SAlii & Co ?Have reoelved a lot of mule*. Just in time (or saleday. W. T. Muller,?Ts etil? around tho oojner. He has a little of everything and moat that is good. Jotltbon;?Some nf the beat ham" (they' are really ?xcellen?) ere to be had at the store of Messrs Mose ley & Crouk feverjrthiag needed is there Supreme Court-?Tho appeals from tho First Circuit will be taken up in the the Supreme Court on Mondnj the 21at. instant. Doing Jiuitico to the Teachers.? Let every teacher iu the county regier as be reads the notice of Treasurer Andrews, endorsed by School Com in is eioner McKinley. Appointed?His Kxccllency Got. Moses by proclamation (which is pub lished in another column) Ins appointed Trial Justice J P. Mays as Coroner of tho County of Orangeburg. Dills of the Hanks of the State-? The Supreme Court of the Coiled State has decided that the hills of the Buiks of the State are not rcceiveablc for taxes. Fust. ? If J*>u want a good, ...

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. — 5 April 1873

BT I8ABKLLK KXOWI.KS. I'm look in ^ il the stare,'mother, Wny up above, so mild, Ami wunder j? you nee nie nun, Tour Iii tie orphan child. Aud do you watch o'er me, mother, Beyond the stars no bright? And do you know I'm very cold And sad this winter night! My hands are numb with cold, mother, I have no gloves to wo?.'-, 1 have no hwjue, no place to go, No warm aajtcbe erf?ll fire. I begged of a rich .nan, mother, 5omclhing to drink und ent, He sternly bade inu go my way, And pushed me in the street. I feTTnttd htfrt tr.yaelf, mother, It pains tne badly, too! And O if 1 could die and rout Safe t A'arote with you. v >- - And will God take me home, motu or, Where all is bright and fair? And will I feel no cold or pain, No h^ggcr^ieither, th. ro? And will tT? cln-ip me ebne, inothea, Close to Hia loving breast '! And shall l nlwnys dwell iu love' Aroeng tho pure und blest? 1 am so very tired mother, 1 feel no cold or pain ; And O, 1 am so sleepy, too, I'll rest mc once nguin. I'll l...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 5 April 1873

Tho Ortfhnn' Hoy. BT I8ABELLK KNOW I.KS. T in lo&king nt the ntnrs, mother, Way up above, so mild, And woudiT if you s?e me now, Your little orphan child. And do you watch o'er me, mother, Ilcyond the stars so bright? And do you know I'm very cold And sad* this winter night! My hands arc numb with cold, mother, I have no gloves to wear, 1 have no home, no place to go, No warm ivait.chcerfull firo. mm I begged of a rich man, mother, Something to drink und ent, He aternly bade inw go my way, And pushed me in the street. I feTPnnd h?rt myself, mother, It pains me hndly, too! And O if 1 could die and rost Snfo tttffrgjtegvd with you. And wtll God take mo home, mother, Where till la bright and fair? And will I feel no cold or pain, ?ieith*r, tiefet ' No hvAJngt-r-ii nd will tlo cl An<l will He clasp me elos.67 mother, Close to M,ia loving breast If And shall 1 always dwell in love' Aniong the pure and blest? I nm ao very tired mother, I feel no cold or pain; And O, I am so sleepy,...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 5 April 1873

BV ma uk li. k knom'i.k.1. Way up above, go nuld, Ami wonder il you aee uic now, Your littlo orphan child. And do yo\i watch o'or me, mother, Heyond the Hfara so bright? And do you know I'm Tory cold And sal thin winter night! My hands arc nnmb with oold, mother, I have no gloves to wear, l have no home, no place to go, No warm nlK? " j^|rl| ?bswHI> Httiw ^JnlVJav ?..J ^nv I begged of a rich man, mother, Something tu drink andjmt, He sternly bade ma go my way, And pushed me In the street. in.! hun myself, mother, It pains me badly, too ! And O HMcouhddie and rost And will God take me home, mother, Where all la bright ami fair? And will I feel no cold or p.iin, He huagcr'suMthcr, thero ? And wT't TTo clasp me close, motlici, Close to tiU loriug breast'! And shall I slwnya dwell in lore' Among the pure and blest ? I nin so very tired mother, I feel no cold or pain; And 0, I am so sleepy, too, I'll rest me once n jjain. I'll lay me d wn and sleep, raofh r. The cold snow is my bed? O...

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. — 12 April 1873

Volume 7. saturday morning, april 12, 18t3. NUMBER ? THE ORANGEB?RG NEWS PUBLISHED AT . ATsTOTGBTTKCr Erfcfy Saturday Morning. BY TITK ORANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ?a* Copy f?r one year. $2.00 * " ?? 8ix Months. 1.00 lay sne sending TEN DOLLARS, for n TJIna af New Subscribers, will receive sn EXTRA COPT for ONE YEAR, free of ?karge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, or a Cleb of New Subscribers, will receive Si BXTRA COPT for SIX MONTHS, free of charge. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Innere 1st Insertion. $1.60 ?? ?? 2d " . I.on A fonare eonsists of 10 lines Brevier or <eae laoh of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices.$6 00 Hetiess of Dismissal of Ousrdians, Ad ministrators, Executors, kc.$0 00 Contrast Advertisements inserted upor. the most liberal terms. MARRIAGE and FUNF.r.AL NOTICES, feet exceeding one Square, inserted wiihout ?karg?. W9r Terms Cash in dvance. Browning & Browning, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ?RAX(iKBI!R(; C. II., So. Cn. Maj.aoi.m I. Br.owyisa. A. F. B...

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. — 12 April 1873

TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. <? VOLUME T. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1873. NUMBER a THE ORANGEBURG NEWS J * ?to:? PUBLISHED AT On A^OTCB CTTCO Erery Saturday Morning*. tit tit* OBANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY ?to:? terms or subscription. ?ae Copy fer one veer. $2.00 it ti u p;x Months. 1.00 Any one Bending TEN DOLLARS, for n Clnb of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPT for ONE TRAB, free of ?karge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, or a Clab of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPT for SIX MONTHS, free of ih*rge. ?:o:?? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Sqaare 1st Insertion. $1.r>0 ? ? ?? 2d " . 1.00 A fqnare consists of 10 lines Brevier or ?one tnoh of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices.$5 00 Helices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, Ac.$9 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the latest liberal terns. MARRIAGE and funeral notices. Wet exceeding one Square, inserted without ?karg?. ?:o:? Terms Cash in (Iraner, "^a Browning & Browning, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, '...

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. — 12 April 1873

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS GEOltOE BOHVER, FinAnciAi. amo Bcsixiss jIaxaokb. Official Paper of the State and ?f Orangeburg County. SATf^DAT, APBIL 13,1873. State? Right a. % efXiUAt. irr i T '?The word 'Sov.roignt y' is Icon understood than any other in the polit' cal vocabuhiry." Where docs it exist in this government 1 In Great Britain it rosidos in Par liament. Louis XIV very distinctly pointed' out iti habitation in Fraaoe WnjfcT<1?h aard, tvL,ctal c' est ?not."' Where is it with us ? *Can the* States which are restrained by the Constitution be deemed Sovereign. Is Congress Sovereign, when its powers are affirmatively granted ? The power which amends and can -mend the Constitution at nny time, this alone is illimitable. Here we have Sovereignty. The State governments and the general government ar? the mere creatures of this omnipotence?mere tenants at will. Tho adoption of the Constitution was a .Surrender of tho Sovereignty of the individual States to the -Mates united This shows t...

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. — 12 April 1873

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS GEORG-B BOLIVER, Fihaxcial arb Busixass Maxaokb. Iclttl Paper or the State and ?f Orange-barer Cuunty. 8ATIUDAT, APRIL 12,1873. NiatcN Rieht?. ? ami vj f 'Sovereignty' is less understood than any other in the poliV csV vocabulury." Where docs it exist in this gorernrnent ? In Great Britain it rosidos in Pat lismeat. Louis XIV very distinctly peiate* Out its habitation in Franc? when he said, "L,rtat <?' ,st mo/."' Whera is it with us ? fjflp? JV** States whioh are restrained bjaaaaW Constitution be deemed Sovereign. Is Congress Sovereign, when its powors are affirmatively granted ? The power which amends and can amend the aju 9fta .. Constitution at nny time, thia alone la illimitable. Ile/e we havo Sovereignty. The State governmetita and the general gd^trrnnrent ar? the mere creatures of this omnipotence?mere tenants at will. Tno adoption of the Constitution was a.Surrender of tho Sovereignty of the individual States to the Mates united T?is shown that tho Un...

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. — 12 April 1873

y ^lI"Q ? A. T^. '""??^liSx^Y, APRIL 13, 18 r? rV ^ - t. ? ?? *?*?-? tanglcy Mills? Tii?e ?'tu* i^t year consumed $400,000 worth of co t ton. Dr. Dukes ban a yvun? man in his \t? \' 5jf.t employment who has com men (led him self to the favurtblo attention of our devil BBlIF- FcC.?'ihe eonuavl whe defend ed )&rs Laura D Fair for murder has suca*hcr for his foe. The jury gave him verdict for #2 .?00. ?(? 1>> Korljohit-?This merchant at tends strictly to his business and it* seeing it grow constantly aud steudi'y with his caro, courtesr an i 10*41. K 't - ---- ' - - _ **%ay Kysar don't yod want to buy a } Jorg.? A,, bull dog, one yard and three fourths loin-, is lor sale us rdveriised in .at *i u ? ,. an exchange. I'aradl'S.?Ou Tuesday uiieru.? .n the *' Young 'America" and on i hursday the '?Elliott'' companies puiadcd their monthly parades. Hoi h urbanizations maintain tlicir esprit: *? - gll VricOS?Turnip* in Orange burg brin." teu to thirty cants a piece. Kitortiou ; V"'i...

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. — 12 April 1873

??EPo O AI. ? AT Ulf DAY, AJ?HIL lS, IS 73 Latlgluy Kills?Thwe n.llls last ton. consumed $100,000 wurth of co t ])r. Dukes ha* a JvUiig umn in his H .1 .'?!' i employment who has commended him self to the fs.rurt.blu attention of uui devir Fair Fe**.?'-lhe aouuat a he defend ed Jjrs Laura D Fair for murd< r lift* sucAMicr for Iiis foe. TIic jury gave him verriet for $2.(500. C 1). Kottjoll?-?This merchant attends strictly to his bu-duoss and in seeing it grow constantly nud steadi y with his care, courtesy an 1 so*!. uS?y Kysar don't you want to buy a ?org.'? A bull dog, one ytird and three fourths long, in for sale as rdvertised in an' exchange. Varadrs.?Ou Tuesday afternoon the 41 Young America" atid on l hursday the 4,KHiot-' companies putuded their monthly parade-*, lloth organizations maintain their esprit: Hl - Jligll IVitTS?Turnip- in Orange burg brin.* teu to thirty cents a piece. Kitortiou ; Ftvddvr sold on the streets this w^ck for about S2,0 > a hundred. eNf" ?' ' ?...

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. — 12 April 1873

o c iL fi. 8ATUK0AY, Al'lUL 13, 18 73 r ?-~ , h. *> - ?-*-? f dttt^icy Mills-?Theafc mills Inst year consumed S-100,000 worth of CO ton. " ? is Dr. D?tes has a J?uur> man D' , V .I pi > employment who has com mended him self to the fs.Tun.blo attention of oui devil F*lr FeO.?'lhe counsel who defend ed Mrs Laura D Fair for murder ha> auc$hor for his fee. The jury gave hitn TercMct for $2.(?0<>. M \ < _ ik 1). Kurljuhn-?This merchant attends strictly to his business and i> ?eeliig It grow constantly aud steudi y with his cure, courtesv an 1 zml. ** ? ,?| _. "Say Kysar don't you want to buy a A bull dog, one yard and three fourths long, ia for salu as rdvcriised in an exchange. jVaradtvs.?On Tuesday ai'tcrnuou the "Young America" aud on i hursday the "Elliott,'' companies pntaded their monthly parades. Loth organizations niaiutain their esprit: Hi^ll TriceS?Turnip" in Orange buVg'birinj ten to thirty cents a piece. Extortiou ; JtCfsddvr sold on the streets this ...

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. — 12 April 1873

Frettiuss. This ruorni g I got up cross as a bear. I felt as rough and tingly as a ohesuut bur. I was all out of sorts, and it seem ed to tue it would be a pleasure to s ?ap off anybody who spuke to tno as short 8? I could; tfost likely I would It are done so and set the whole household by the ccrs^for thcrest of the day, but that I have had lcarnta%yNsxp^ieuoj the best way to manage thorn "Now," thought I, "my lost plan is not to influence the whol* fa'iily, but to remain neutral, nod lot them influcucc rue.' ???-?. Accordingly, I tiied to coutrol myself a little and await events. Well, the two older children got up merry and as cheerful as crickets; i.apn was in a pretty good humor; and the baby waa sat in her high chair aud dis played all her little airs and graces, and her nowest funny little capers, and we must nil look and admire; and so, by tho time breakfast was over, I was laugh iog and suiiliug as cheerfully as the rest and passed a pretty comfortublo .day after ^riX ? Ai....

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 April 1873

A3 A il '*) 1 i. A **i 1 V; t+ ?<?;? ?lM ,t!w TttlKj i?m t? l4i> itxi?...,. a.;la .it ?'?4 n.1A.1XM irifi .? ^ taw* t: i?*i>ca *j, ,t*^ j >? ^?mihIi m?*fJ IIA ?{, j.,: i *i?#Ji ?? ji;?,^ . ? 0p, _^ ??.4e >?aj.:%?< j.,, TWO DOLLARS PKR ANNUM. }. GOD A.^T33 OXJTi COUNTRY. *,ew3JToaaaantfAAott ..a-..,* ,,A ^.n,,, * __? ; always is ALrAjrtq^,^ VOLUME 7. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 19, 1873. NUMBER 10 THE ORANGEBTTRfr NEWS ?:o:? PUBLISHED AT OKANGEBURG Every Saturday Morning. BT THl JRANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, ? ??('?"? fsr an? yeae..?.,..?,.?.,,,, $2.00 ?? " Ric Months._ $.00. Any ?n*e*nding TKS DOLLARS, for ? OU> of Now Subscribers, will receive an CXTRA COPY for 0!fl TEAR, free of ?barg?. Any ono tending FTTI DOLLARS, or n Club of New Rubserlbere. will renelve ?a EXTRA COFT for SIX MONTHS, froo of | sbargo. RATES Of advertising. 1 Iquar* 1st Insertion. SI.GO e\ Sd 14 . 1.00 A tauar? oonoists of 10 lines Brevier or ea* tasb of Advertising apace. Aels...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 April 1873

"JATU u l " ??I *?r Hnarar?rfAJiojni '"X *?? ? MVA TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. )? GOD A.^*I> OXJK COUNTRY. J ALWAYS IB ADTAJTO* VOLUME 7. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 19, 1873. NUMBER 10 THF ORANGEBWr NEWS ?:o:? PUBLISHED AT OT* A. iVTGrl^T^ITRO Every Saturday Morning. BT TH1 JRANGERUUO NEWS COMPANY ?:o:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, ?ae Copy fer ere yaae.??,???? $2.00 " ?? Bis Montha. ...... 1.00 Abt ene sending TEN DOLLARS, far ? C1?* ef New 8ebsoribers, will receive art EXTRA COFT far ONE TEAR, free ef eherge. Any ene sending FIVE POLLARS, er a CluV ef New Subscribers, will reneive ?a EXTRA COFT fer SIX MONTHS, free of e *arge. ? ?to:? RATES OF ADVBRTI8INQ. I 'Beaare let Inaertiea. Si.50 ?? ?? 2d " . 1.00 A 8e,?are consists ef 10 lines Brevier or eae iaeh ef Advertiaing space. Admialstrater'e Netieee, ......$r> 00 Wetiees ef Dismissal ef Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, Ae.,r.r.,.,,..$0 00 Ceatraet Advertisements inserted upon the en eat liberal tersae. ?:ot? MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOT...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 April 1873

f&S ORANGEB?RG NEWS Q?Okt6B DOHVER, FmAxeiAL AHB Buswass Makaos?. Oftlrinl "Pawer of the State aad of OraaKebnrK Coanlj. 8ATDBBJLI, APB1L 19,1873, Tho Homestead Law. e> Article II. Sectio? 32 of onr State - Constitution relates to the Homestead IU laat ?ernteneo read? ai follows : "It | . ?hall . be the dntj of the Uenoral Assembly, et their first eession, to enforce the previsions of this section hj A tenable legislation." "At their first session," the special session of 1868, the General Assembly did pass "an act to ~r etermineand perpetuate the homestead.' Section 4 of this act relates to the limi tatien of this homestead estate. The limitation is, of coarse, of major isapor tsace than the details of appraiasment, setting off &o., whicb are prorided for in other sections ef the aet. As to the limitation, the words are as follows: "The estate . or right of hoaestead of ehe head of anj family, existing at his death, shall continue for the benefit of hie widow and minor e...

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. — 19 April 1873

i^'OiANSSBXTRG NEWS CEOROH BOLIVJSR, FlHAJCCIAL AXB B?SIKSSS Masaosb. 5* OfMetal paper ?f the State und ?f OraBKeburg; Conrsty. SATVB'OAI, APRIL 19,1S73. Th? Hencslend Law. Article II. Section 32 of oar State - Constitution related lo tbe Homestead IU last sentence road? aa follows : "It . ?ball bo tbe doty of tbe General Assembly, nt tbeir first session, to enforce tbe provisions of this section by ./agitable legislation." "At their first session,"' tbe special session of 1868, the General Assembly did pass "un act to \ ' etermineand perpetuate the homestead.' Section 4 of tats aet relates to the limi- j talien of this homestead estate. The limitation is, of course, of msjor impor tance than tbe details of appraisement, setting off Ao., whicb are prorided for in other seetions of tbe a?t. As to the limitation, tke words are as follows: "The estate. or right of homestead of tbe head of any family, existing at his death, shall continue for the benefit of hif widow and minor children,...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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