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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 11 October 1873

LOOAL. DAX* OCT. 11, 1873. that a Now Street is to be opened soott. Why not at onoo 1 Base ball-istn and another ?ism ea r Cannon is doing a good busi aess. The Fair Striding is Bearing comple tion. A /ttir. set of men are at the head on'it} and success ought to follow. I^horj are but forty candidates so fsr, * the n t win. for the next Legislature. Somobody Hope's Pump is to be incorporated st tho next session of the General Assem hly. Thar* ,i? some talk of establishing an msj^beja^money^aving idea. Where is our Branchrilic local ? Uns his pen, or his memory 7 Blankets aud overcoats are indispen sable now?the former in tho night, and the latter of course in the day. -1* r 'ik mm snasW j^^Ottr^icud k W. T. Mullcr has moved to his plantation. lie was a successful iMiitf si * isnoe merchant, and ws predict a career for ^rW^ ^farmer equally as brilliant. W. M.Sain is having the lumber and trash cloircd from the gruuudt where i/WSnsaW>di*9lap Fsutiuiy used to stand. Bill is an energ...

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. — 11 October 1873

JOINT RESOLUTION to Mark Appropriation for Exfknskh of Printing Ordered hy tee Gener al assemiily during tue HeOUIiAR Skssions ok 1 S70-'71, und lcV7l-'~2. SiwiON 1. ]'? it rook"? by tin SenaT^'nud Home of Ucpresc nt:ii ive-s ol tho State of South Carolina, now incl and sitting in General Assembly, ?n 1 by tho authority ol the sumo, That the sum o(" two huudred an 1 lil'ty thousand dollars, if so much be ucees.-ary, be, and is hereby, appropriated for the paymci t of printing claims of the Republican Printing Company, for work ordered by the General Assembly at tlic session-, of 1S7U-? anj 1871-72. Sec.^2. That llic sum of seventy ft vr thousand dollars, if so much be nccess ary, be, and is hereby, appropriated for the payment of outstanding claims, lor the publication o! the laws in the various newspapors of the State. Sec. 3. That the sums hereby appr ? printed shall ho expended under the direction ol the Clerk of the Senate and the Clerk of^tho llonse of Rcproscnta ^?rc8, ,in acc...

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. — 11 October 1873

JOINT RESOLUTION to Mark Appropriation Eon Expenses 0? Printing Ordered hy tee Gener al Assembly during: tue Heoular Sessions of 1 STO-'T 1, and 1871 '72. S^Kr^N- 1. Ii, it rcsnhnl by the Senaw^nd Home of Representatives of the State of South Carolina, now tuet and sitting in General Assembly, \\\v\ by tho authority ol the same, That the sum of two hundred aud fifty thousand dollars, if so much be necessary, bo, and is hereby, appropriated for the pay hum. t of printing claims of the llcpublb an Printing Company, for work ordered by the General A-.-cn.i ly at the sossiom? of 187U-T1 Sec. 2."ftatdmc sum ofsovontylivc thousand dollars, if so much be uceess ary, be, and is hereby, appropriated for fche payment of outstanding claims for the publication of the laws iu the various newspapers of the State. Sec. 3. That the sums hereby appro priatod shall be expended under the direction ol the Clerk of the Senat? and tho Clerk of tho llousc of. Roproscnta in accordance with fche'prov'uioiy?...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 11 October 1873

JOINT RESOLUTION to Make ^ppro/fbi atiqn for expenses of Printing Ordered by tee Qenf.r ae assemhly du hi no tdk regular Sersions of 1870-'71^audU?ft-'72. Sen3W?wnd^WufWrKepToscrfTauv'cH of the State of South Carolina, now met nod sitting in General Assembly, and by tho authority ol the same, That the sum of two hundred aud Gfty thousand dollars, if so much be ucccs?ary, be, and is hereby, appropriated for the payment of printing claims of tho Republican Priotiug Company, for work ordered by the General Assembly at the sessions of sec. 2.That the sum of seventy live thousand dollars, if so much bo necess ary^ bo, and is hereby, appropriated for the payment of outstanding claims for tho publication of the laws iu the various newspapers of tho Stat'J. Sec. 3. That the sums hereby appro printed shall be expended umUr the direction ol the Clerk of the Sonata and the Clerk of Lho Uonse of Represcnta es, , in accordance with the provision^ Act approved January I"?, 1871, ^eaWtled' "An Act...

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. — 18 October 1873

TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. }> GOD -AJNTD OTJjU COUISTTRY. always in advance. } VOLUME 7. SATURDAY MORNINO, OCTOBER 18,1873. NUMER 38 THE ORANGEBURG NEWS ?:o:? PUBLISHED AT , Every Saturday Morning. BY TUB mANGEBUllG NEWS COMPANY ?:o:? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oat Copy for one year. $2.00 " " " Six Months... 1.00 Any one sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subsoriborn, wiR recoive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, free of eharge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, ?r a Club of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COFY for SIX MONTHS, free of arg e. ?:o:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square let Insertion. $1.50 ?? ?? 2d ' " . 1.00 A Squaro consists of 10 lines Brevier or one ineh of Advertising space. Administrator's Notices, ......$*'> 00 Notices of Dismissal of Guard ans, Ad ministrators, Executors, &c.$9 00 Contract Advertisements inserted upon the saest liberal terms. ?:o:? MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICES, Dot exoeeding one Square, inserted without eharge. ?:<>:?? Terms Cash in dvance...

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. — 18 October 1873

Hunter & Co* The Nashua Gazette, N. II., of the 2nd nt, says. "Hunter & Co., publishers of the Star Spanyled Banner, were nrrcBted Monday afttrnoon by an agent of tho Past Office Department, for sending obscene literature through the mails." Two years ago wo received live or six^ numbers of the Star Spanyled Banucrj and its very face bore on it, that they were following the occupation of the forty thieves; even their attempted show of fraud in the swindling art was stolen from othor papers. Their own swin dles have excelled nny exposure of other v|f<aud? (fans* was ever published iu their JSffr . ? - , ^.ijhcsp swindlers have even reached our county, and many of our citizens have boon swindled out of their m juoy by receiving in return shoddy goodt, in ferior to representations made by them; and, in one or more instanoes, they did not send the the shoddy or return the money thoy claimed to be counter feit. We do not know whethor to pity or envy Mess. Hunter & Co. By t...

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. — 18 October 1873

Hunter & Co. The Nashua Garotte, N. II., of the 2ml instant, says. "Hunter & Co., publishers of the ?ar Spangled Bonuer, were nrrcHted Monday afternoon by an agout of tho Post Oflico Department, for Bending obscene literature through the mails." Two years ago wo received five or six^ numbers of the Star Spanyltd Haniirh, and its vory face bore on it, that they wero following tho occupation of the forty thieves; even their attempted show of fraud in the swiudling art was stolen from other papers. Their own swin dles have excelled nny exposure of other 5 frauds tiiut' was ever published in their pnper. These swindlers have evcu reached our couuty, and many of our citizen* have boon swindled out of their muuoy by receiving in return shoddy goodi, in ferior to representations made by them; and, in one or inoro instances, they did not send the the shoddy or return the money tboy claimed to bo counter feit. We do no*, know whether to pity or envy Men. Iluuter & Co. By this ind...

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. — 18 October 1873

Hunter & Can The Nashua Gosette, N. H!^ofthe2od "Huuter <V Co., publishers of the Star Spangled Banner, wore arrested Monday afternoon by an agoat of the Post Offioo Department, for sending obsoeue literature through the mails." Two years ago wo received five or six^ numbers of the Star Spangled Banner^ and its Tory face bore on it, that they were following the occupation of the forty thieves; even thoir attempted show of fraud iu the swiudlitig art was stulcu from othor papers. Their own swin dles havo excelled any exposure of other |j^^fa^d^l$]a/was over published iu their paper. ?_?r- v a -JsE^MPjki??Ut* havfa iswdq reached our county, and many of bur citizens have boon swindled but of thoir ruonuy by receiving in return shoddy goodt, in ferior to representations made by them; and, in ono or taoro instances, they did not send the the shoddy or return the money they chimed to be counter- j , ^.1 $?,#0,1*9* *B?W. whether to pity or envy Mess. Huuter & Co. By this iudiet ...

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. — 18 October 1873

Hunter & Co* TheNaehua Gazette, N. 11., ofthe2ud "Hunter & Co., publishers of the Star Spangled JJamter, wore arrested Monday afternoon by en agent of the Post OfflCO Ilennrtineut, f?r ??>?,ding obscene literature through the mails." Two years ago wo received five or si ?umbers of the Star Spanglcd Banne and its vory face bore on it, that they were following the occupation of the forty thieves; crcn thoir attempted show of fraud in the swindling art was stolen from othor papers. Their own swin dles havq^excelled nny oxposure of other |T| 'v|f&nds tjjiat* was over published iu their paper. ; ? These swindlers hayo even reached our county, and many of our citizens have boon swindled but of thoir money j?> by receiving in return shoddy good*, in ferior to representations made by them; !j o' -V^*.rPiW^rV 9?ore instanees, they did not send the the shoddy or return the money they claimed to bo counter ^ ^j. ;We do not know whether to pity or enry Mess. Hunter & Co. B...

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. — 18 October 1873

Hunter & Co. The Nashua Gazette, N. U., ofthe2ud n IMhllll,?jfV*?'"" " "* "Hunter & Co., publishers of the Star Spangled Banner, wore arrested Monday afternoon by an agont of tho Post Uffico Department, for seuding obsctue literature through tho mails." Two years ago wo reoeived five or six^ numbers of the Star Spangled JBanncrj ?nd its Tory face bore on it, that they were following the occupation of the forty thieves; cren thoir attempted show ? ofTraud in the swiiulliiifx art was stolen from othor papers. Their own swin dles have excelled any oxposure of other I ffi^^ffiiM WM ovcr Publishcd iu their paper. These swindlers hate even reached our couuty, and many of Our citizens have boon swindled out of thoir mouoy P by receiving in return shoddy goodt, in ferior to rcpresontations made by them; and, in ono or more instances, they did not Bend the the shoddy or return the money tboy claimed to be counter 'Ml'- -^e --?v.v ? '?] ^ ; We do not koow. whether to pity or envy Mess...

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. — 18 October 1873

^ 187.1. ?%Ta*t*?tt5: The amiable and excelloat wife of Major John Sajjcy died last Monday. Factors ought to be lieu ieut tho-c i?rMlFte_IL' ? ?? - - Court adjourned last Thursday alter noon. Four prisoners escaped through a Wjjjjjf? ^t^ofjtivn jjil last Sunday. See advortisemct of Fair Committee* in oUr advertising columns. Wo call attention to tlio Governor's Proclamation which appears in another column, couveuing the Legislature in extra scssiou on the -1st hut. -' ? l?B I'll -! Geo. H. CoruelcjOu one ofOiung.'bur,' best aud ruo t prosperous merchants, continues his tic-ncnduous b?sineea tit the old aud well ktiow1) btaul. LI o is paying the highest market price for coLU'ti, rice and all other produce. Mr. James J. Mitchell of Lcwisville Bufferod a -sovere loss, by fire two weeks ago lust. Sun day night. His house and barn were .burned to the ground, by which he is out of pocket some $150 We would have noticed the occurrence i * a*J? earlier had not other mnt'ors prevented. **** ...

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. — 18 October 1873

loo tViP . k 187:j. %A The amiablo and exoollcut wife of Major John Sajley died last Monday. Factors ought to be lieu ient thc-e Court adjourned last adjourned last Thursday alter noon. Four prisoners escaped through a wtjpk' part of'.lie jail lost Sunday. Sec advertisemct of Fair Coiu.uittet? in our adverting columns. Wo call attention to tbo Governor's Proclamation which appears in another column, couveuiug the Legislature in extra session on the 21st in -it. Geo. 1J. CornoliOn one o:*O:\mg 'bur,' best aud ruo t prosperous merchants, continues his treaicudoous b?siuess at the old aud well ktiow*-! staul. He is paying the highest market price for cotton, rico and all other produce. Mr. James J. Mitchell of Lowisville sufTered a sovero loss by fire two weeks ago last-Sunday night. His h ?use and baru were burned to the ground, by which he is out of pocket some $450 We would hare not iced the occurrence earlier had not other matters prevented. ?* *** Vraiik B*nggmaiin or Frant^ as he...

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. — 18 October 1873

The Daj When I Forget You Oh, darling I all the pansy blooms, LnlW Into rest by sweet perfume*, le arald the woodland glooms, when I forget you, The stars will falter as they cross, The blue above, and sudden loss Will fill the hours with bitterest dross, The day that I forget yeu. o c$ fll i * The Bunablne will not touch that day, The green bill, nor the rippled bay ; But ?1' the werld will walk in gray, ' tW ? %ht day when I forget you. For you, if net not for tbjse you Jrnow, The heart will fill and overflow In bitter tears, that hr.rt ua so, The day when I forgot -ou. ?OvV.'"-. But, eh, love ! tliat will never be ; . My heart will hold your memory At shells keep singing of the sea, I never shall forget yen. Here's rosemary leaf and pansy blue: They'll tell you that I will bo true Te memory, darling, and to you, ' And nvrer will forget you. Even laying under grass or snow, WheQ summer's winds or winter's blow, ? Above the heart that lies below, I never shall forget you. ?jBjsiatw...

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. — 18 October 1873

The Day When I Forget You Oh, darling t all the pansy blooms, Lulled Into rest by sweet perfumes, amid the woodland glooms, ion I folget you, i "JCrw * The stars will falter as they cross, The bine above, and sudden loss WU1 fill the hours with bitterest dross, The day that I forget yeu. The Sunshine will not touch that day, The green bill, nor the rippled bay ; But all the world will walk in gray, teY13 The day when I forget you. For yeu,.-if net not for those you know, The heart will fill and overflow In bitter tears, that hurt us se, The day when I forgot -on. steaM sow. But, eb, love ! that will never be ; . My heart will bold your memory As shells keep singing of the sea, I never shall forget yeu. Here's rosemary leafand pansy blue: r'lltell you that I wiU be true aery, darling, and to you, Lad never will forget you. Even laying under grass or snow, When summer's winds or winter's blow, Above the heart that lios below, I never shall forget you. Come to my gravo and you will soo...

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. — 18 October 1873

The Day When I Forget You Oh, darling! all the pansy blooms, L ailed into rest by sweet perfumts, amid tho woodland glooms, Tho Mars will falter as they cross, Tho bin* above, and sudden loss Will fill the hours with bitterest dross, The day that I forget yeu. O CS C* \[ 1 i The Sunshine will uot touch that day, The green hill, nor the rippled bay; Bat all the world will walk in gray, I ,21? the day when I forget you. Po*' you, if net not for those you know, The heart will fill and overflow am bitter tears, that hurt us ae, The day when I forgot -ou. efeuN ?*>vv. But, ob, love ! that will never he ; . My heart will hold your memory A* shells keep singing of the sea, I sever shall forget you. Gablavf't' 'Jfv^'K Here's rosemary leaf and pansy blue: r'lltell you that I will be true iry, darling, and to you, Lad never will forget you. Even laying under grass or snow, \V7hcn s?mmer'a winds or winter's blow, Above the heart that lies below, I never shall forget yen. IM.' Wsgg? *" Cesac...

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. — 21 October 1873

SUPPLMMT TO IM Mil\MBl fill MM MESSAGE OF HIS EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR F. J. MOSES, JR., TO THE LEGISLATURE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. L__?_^.- 1 MESSAGE. OlO'CitixeiU of the. Sei,ole and House of Uejntsentntives: I havo called together your honorable bodies by virtuo of tho power vested in mo by ?o constitution of the Stole, which authorizes Governor, " on extraordinary occasions," to convene tbo General Assembly. I have t)een impelled t,> exercise this power y my aenao of public duly. Tbo occasion is nn extraordinary" one, nnd its responsibilities, which attach oliko to t'uo Legislative and Kxeetitivo departments of tbo Staty government, will bo met, 1 trust, with a strict regard to the interests of the peoplo nt largo, from whom they derive their l powers. Certain bond creditors of the State, holding ^Br ropreacntiug bonds of several classes hav ing, in tbo last resort, appealed to the Supremo Court to pass upon the validity of the State securities held by them, and to nflbrd them tbo robo...

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. — 21 October 1873

SUPPLEMENT TO THE ORAMEBUM NEWS. MESSAGE OF HIS EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR F. J. MOSES, JR., TO THE LEGISLATURE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. OTT^TV<>i:i$TJI*0, S. O., OCTOBER, 1^73. _1_ MESSAGE. mv-citizens of the. Senate and /Alter ii/" Iiejntseidatives: I linvo called together your lionorablo bodies by virtuo of the power vested in me by 'bo constitution of the Stute, which authoriz is ne Governor, " on extraordinary occasions," to convene the General Assembly. 1 have been impelled to exercise this power y my senso of public, duty. Tho occasion is an " extraordinary " one. nnd its responsibilities, which attach alike to tiio Legislative ami Executive departments of tho State government, will bo met, 1 trust, with n strict regard to the interests of the ^ people at large, from whom they derive their K powers. Certain bond creditors of the State, holding ^or representing bonds of several classes hav ing, in tho last resort, appealed to the Supreme Court to pass upon the validity of the Slate s...

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. — 21 October 1873

? sirmmmr m the mamebum sews. MESSAGE OF HIS EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR F. J. MOSES, JR., TO THE LEGISLATURE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. ORANGEB?RG, C,f OOTOBE?, 1873. MESSAGE. ow-citiztixs of the Semite ami //phw of Iiepvcsentativc*: I liavo palled together your honorable bodies by virtue of tho power vested in me by 10 constitution of the State, which authorizes e Governor, M on extraordinary occasions," to con veno tho Goneral Assembly. 1 have been impelled to exercise this power my sensu of public duly. Tho occasion is nn ?'extraordinary " one, nnd its responsibilities, which attach alike to tio Legislative and. Execntivo departments of tho Stale governmoul, will be met, I trust, with a strict regard to the interests of the peoplo at htrgo, from whom they derive their powers. Certain bond creditors of tho State, holding representing bonds of several classes hnv ing, in tho last resort, appealed to tho Supremo Court to pass upon tho validity of tho State securities held by them, nnd to n lib id ...

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. — 21 October 1873

r?ipu<4lutlou (to nqm?, that uticli dohiy will '>?? Incurred aa will niako tho accumulated dobt no largo that thoro will bo uu indisposition U> touch It, that non action will lend to liuul refusal to pay. I earnestly hopo Hint this wilf not bo tho case, but I feel it tuy duty to sng\ goat tho danger. It would bo beet for nil par ties lo look the difficulties squarely in the face, and utako a full uud thin) settlement, by > .in verting all tho outstanding issues into a con solidated debt, upon which tbo interest would be paid without failure. In my opinion tbo creditors would bo willing to accept auch an issue iu satisfaction of their claims, provided too great u loss should not bo indicted upon them; and certainly, in viow of tho constitu tional obligations, us well us regards the honor nnd good name nnd tho material interests of tho State, the General Assembly ahould moct them half way. ***** Wlien such ilnal adjustment shall be made, it will no doubt bo supported by th...

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. — 21 October 1873

topu?ltttl?s :'.?) norno, that irtioh delay win bo. inourrcu as will mako tho nocumulaicd debt so lu.'go that thor ? will bu au indisposition tu touch It, that mm action will loa., lo liua't refttsal to pay. 1 euriiostly ho|K) that this wilt not bo tho caflo, but I feel it my duly to sug> goat tho danger. It would ho best for ?11 par tics lo look tho difficulties squarely in the face, aud mako a full und tlual settlement, by con verting ull tho outstanding issues into a cou aolidated debt, t pou which tho interest would be paid without failure. In my opinion tho creditors would bo willing to accept such an issue in satisfaction of their claims, provided too great a loss should not bo inflicted upon thorn; and certainly, in view of the constitu tional obligations, us well as regards the honor nnd good name and tho material interests of tlio .State, tho Honend Assembly should moot them half way. ***** When such final adjustment shall bo made, it will no doubt be supported by the go...

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