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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 17 December 1874

LOCAL ITEMS. ORANGEB?RG, S. C DEC. 17, 187fr gSST Mr. Kirk Robihson b authorised to .?-?Ucct and receipt for advertisements and subscriptions to tho Times. ===========^ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: hit Copy for otus War, * ?2.00 [? <* ? Six Months, - - - 1.00 A big fire occurred in Charleston on Tuesday .destroying much property. See tax notice. More money is want ed to make the machi?e run well. Several gentlemen from our county visited the races which came of in Cam den, on last Friday. Mr. Carswell, who lectures here on "Temperance* on the 23rd, has a high reputation for eloquence and hvmor. The Floral Guide for 1875 is a use fill magazine for botanists or admirers of the beauties of nature. The price is only 25 cents per annum. Messrs. McMichael & Blume are still alive and doing a good business at Meroney's corner. Give them a call and you are bound to be pleased. We thank Mr. Robert Jones of the Enterprise Saloon for a present of cigars. Things are beginning to look 'Christmas...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 17 December 1874

CURIOUS Fishermen in some parts of Europe and of trhtSTonpotrytklU flsh^wj^alqme; or blndgeon as soon as they are taken from the water, beoauso flsb thus killed are found to hefcltterfba& tjj?af which have long gasp^lm^ AfttfegledF before dyiug. The Dutch, for instanoe, de stroy lifo .by.marking a alight, longitudi nal incision under .the tail^ with a Bharp instrument. On the Rhine they kill Jalnto? bxMbumsting a steel jnoedle into their heads. . .Fisb may be easily killed by striking them a quick, charp blow with.a-?mall Stick on *he| p?9k*pt the head just behind the eyes, o* by takiug them byftho toil and striking the head quickly ^?^V)^!^^.;^" stance. I'llllUmn w nut R?g?. ? According to Lea Monde?) one of the wealthiest English velvet manufactur ers, Mr. Lister, worked his way to buc cesB by yeara^^a^en^l^ of a way to W? elBMAff J) Ho: by buying up.flll1 Bttah waste nt lesi n cent a pound ; and up to the year 1864, he had expended tho immense sum of $1,312,500 in frnitjos^.e...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 31 December 1874

C ? ** tu?>! t.. :? > 11 . m > t i^ill?P ^l.l^.^M^^E?Ut "Paper Devoted ito^e , I?^?^^''^. ? ; 7 VOEUdV? Hfc 51 -.1.!; ? T.J i OttMKJEBU?G, S OUTH CAROLINA*, 5THURSDAY; DECEMBER' ,1074. i ?!, - . ' 1,. i ' ? j-. iii'f 1 , ? '''' ??WtM": 1 r;iu.?l N?MBER A lad y stood by her hnsband~ chair, "Nothing but toll forever,'' "' the light hasfipfL ?< Sbaut now. * V ;? ? irf, LI * (landing toOi? -hair, And quietly passed her hand o'er his hair? You never bavo'Hiiip fur w^uowj'abe said, ?' f And a tear drop fell on tho low bent head? " If wo woro only rlob, my dear, With nothing to dstrom year to yc.ir. lJj % i Bnt to amuse oabh other?oh.' doar me I ' - ? ? What a happy woman I should bo 1" Looking up fiom his Io Iger, spoko merchant John, 41 Wo ne'er boo well what wo'or standing on." A Btatoly form in velvet dressed? A diamond gleaming on her breast? p " Nothing but toll for faibidn,", slid said, "* ' " Till I sometimes'wish thet r were dead ; Or long to cast this wealth aelde, An...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 31 December 1874

ORAflQEBUIvQ TIMES. ORANGEBURG, S. C., PRC. 31, 1874. STILES B. MELLICHAMP, Editor. ' G. W. WHITE HE AD, PUBMSKEB AND B?BINlW? MAKAO!:!!. 4* ? ? 10U We ore in no way responsible for the views or opinions of our Correspondents. hUMBERT VS. ANDREWS. As a mattet of local interest we pub lish below an interview which recently took place between Humbert ond a reporter of the Nowa and Courier. The statements, if true, are of a serious nature. We suppose the public will soon see who ther Senator Andrews successfully meets them or not. If the people had confidence in their Courts of j U3ticc,5uich discussions would be useless and unwise. HUMBERT'S STORY. You see me confined in this jail, de prived of the comforts of life, and my wife and child thrown upon the chart ties of a merciless public, just because I have been deceived and robbed by a man older and more experienced than myself, I am anxious that the tax payers of Orangeburg shall know what has become of their money, aud 1 am glad of ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 31 December 1874

LOCAL ITEMS. ORANGEBURG, S. C DEC. 31, 1874. Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized lo jollect and receipt for advertisements and ' -"ttbecriptiona to the Times. Our friends wishing to have ad vertiscmenta inserted in the TIMES, must hand them la ? by Monday morning, 10 o'clock. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: On* Copy for on* year, " ft ? Six Mont 'ontht, $2.00! 1.00 A To-morrow is the first day of the New I Year. Let us all form good resolutions, hud endeavor to carry them out. If we have done woll, let us continue in well 'oing; and if wo have done badly, let Is determine to do better. Above all , tings let ub exercise charity towards ill men, and especially the erring, bc ;ng ever mindful of the frailties of " <uman nature. A resolute determina ?m to do right ia the most fruitful .^uree of happiness, which we hope ill be the portion of every one of our jaders ft om now uutil the end of this I necting existence. , s Mr. Kirk Robinson is agent for the rVatt Plow. Road his notice. See Mr Ezekie...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 31 December 1874

American Institute, ??w Vorfc-JndaVa To the Board of Managern: Gentlemen?Alter a full and impartial ex amination pl?uaajrti?lflB-d8Boribc^,i^ elgnod HOTWld*1t> f^i0!1^! 1 / $ I jtKi'on r - all other sewing-machines, as entitled it to^?o*gr4gqn*"kfcaws^ v.ntion. Under these oTf?n^ftn?eS|-v oxtromely thorough and minute examin ation became" both ?'d;$Smtble*and necb's nrv. nnftmre bt* iU rioveUy bnt of the SIT ami worinUnsWji maflffefeieU in UllH fitting and adjustment of all .its parts. I We have risen froru sublS' examination \ with an ample conviotion that' he claim, in alLjtgt ^sseptiaj^ features, is^wH* foun At^e|)d>rjbi^nbe\B$n(|ol^tar e^_ ntion, we were provided with severe oomplete sets of all the working parts as they oame from the i manu factory jr and were at liberty to make our own seleo tion for the construotion of ,a> ppmplote maohinei our presence. Wo thus had, to a large d J&rae, a demonstration of the nicety of the manufacture. Ev^eryvpart? was forrncl tn...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 January 1875

11^^ ^^^^^^^ ?^^^^^1^^^^^^^ ^ Ii3dep?4cloi>t J?a,2>ez; X>evotecl to tie Interests oi the People. I ? ?--~?:__._;_,_ . ! i-:-?-?-?-???-?-1? ? ? ?? ??_ VOLUME III. ORANGEBURG,' SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1875. NUMBER 48. . m~~mmmm?~mmm ??????_?.?^??????p?i i mm??mm I hi r. m.M -_,_ i"r ? ? X V*? '?? X1+V A SCiSNK FOIL. A. STUDY. BY. JEAN INOIXnv. Whlto lay llio enow over roof, over wold? Whlto hung tho moon In tho frosty sky; And huddled sheep, that crouched In tho fold, Wore tho white raiment djropped from ou high ; But a llltlo window, rusticitnd old,' Gleaned cheerily red ou tho wanderers nigh. A pal ritor passed on his way, that night; " What a sccuo for a study I" tho painter Bald ; " Fairly gleams that ruby light, Ioiclon fringo it from overhead; rOh, moon, thon art ghostly t Oh! world thou art whlto! ' I'll look In tho window all warm and rod." ' Bo ho looked?hut whatovor his eyes might seo Ilia pencil told me, hlB lips wcro dumb, X might guess, but who would...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 January 1875

ORAfl QEBURG TIMES; ORANGEB?KG, S. C.t J? N . 7 , 187$ STILES U. MELLICH A IMP, Edilor. G. W. WHITEHEAD, Pobmsiieb and Business Manaoek. Idu TT? are in no tcay responsible for the %ievs or opinions of our Correspondents. mi. .-?? THE JIUMBER2 -ANDREWS MUD DLE. In our last issue we published the interview between Humbert and tho reporter of the News and Courier, hop Ing by this time to give the answer of Senator Andrews to tho grave charges contained therein; but from the follow ing paragraph taken from the Orango burg Ncwo, the officiul orgau of the County, of which Senator Andrews ib editor, wo judge the public will have to continue in doubt or surmise, until the silting of Court, as to where their money is gone: "It was his intention to make a full and complete answer to the charges made by Humbert against him, but as ho has been legally advised not to do so, and as he designs to court, nay, demand a full investigation at this Term of the Court, the public will get no answer from ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 January 1875

LOCAL ITEMS' ORANGEBURG. S. C JAN. 7, 1875. j WST Mr. Kink Robinsox is authorized te .-ollect and receipt for advertisements and tusscriptions to the 2\mes. Our friends wishing to have advertisements Inserted in thu TIMES, must hand them in Wy Mond a j morning, 10 o'clock. .1 ' ' ? ? ? ? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ??? Copy for on* year, - $2.00 " h " Six Months, - - ? 1.00 We understand that Mr. T. W. Albergotti is hard at work nn-i will ooou reopen his bakery. C. D. Kortjohu was not burnt out Just look at his advertisement, if you want to bo convinced. He offers a epiendid stock of goods. T. Koun & Brother still live. Thoy aro now opening at Bottersons building near Bull & Scovills where they will be glad to servo their old customers. We call attention to the dissolution ?of tho firni of Vose & Izlnr. Tlio bu siness will hereafter be conducted solely bv Mr. Vcso, whose popularity and mercantile ability is fully established. We wish him continued success. It is said that a m...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 January 1875

THIS ?0UT1IEUN DEUT. Details at tlio Louilon Scheme tor Fuiul 1 !>;; tlio Old UoildS. Tho council of foreign bondholders of iho Jjondon (stock exchange have for Bomo yonra boen struggling with the difficulties presented by the default in tho payment of the interest on tho debts of tho southern states of America, and their aotion culminated lost spring | in resolutions donouncing Virginia for not complying with tho terms of hor own fuuding bill of 1870, This at tracted tho attention of capitalists iargoly interested in southern soouri tios, and thoy ooneulted with a lawyer formerly a resident c f Chicago and now of London, whom tho Times onlls ** the loading authority on American railway soouritieB." This gentleman for twonty llvo years Iwb been omployed by Eng lish bondholders to enforce their rights ugaiust railways, cities and counties of Iowa, 111 IIIUll) and Wisconsin. Ho huu been tho pioneer iu nil that litigation ?whereby tho snpremo court of tho United States had been got ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 January 1875

I ! -i-i -, . . ??-r p j-j f- f ~j ;i ; <?-i-1 ?wmvj?iJinin >'J?tt??-n ?1 x_._-. y**t:i nfTri^i.nii m way.-.p. ???tu?-/ 9rff f7?iMii<t-rjt Kiu fwJvr.;;? ? '??'?'A ?fx/ H ?>rm V; f? '. i , f>o y^r on tri ?i. ?Wf jfgmfi VOLUME III. " 1 ORANGEBURG. SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAYv Our 8uumiera arebut b'nrial-plsccP, whero Wo lay to rotl tho awccl days as Ihey *Ho,? 8oftouing tUolr^oj^Rl?o^vhJ? loy^s rosemary, And meruory'f ^a vendor, and all of raro awaJaataaaaataJaaaiawaiiaa lain ? Our winters nro tbo vaults whoso Jec-frlngcil collo Shut In still othotcl?luxcWaSFjvfor ?t{<UD_ T/T When borno nnc?a?Uk4Hl^?^TOE0TtfloWl?IrJi Whltc-Burptiood flakea (in plnco of llly-bclls) Tinklo tbclr inufllcd kyollAj , i - I Wo bury thoui, and Blgb, with bowing head, Bubmlssivpjolso: TuoJoudcr dap must gp; , For thoy atf {tfrtiAj-bprniiua wrM I f I Yot by what ?iai|ry3iitd ajiy Baicl M |i{ l T^Jloy'aVoJivh0!^ ^hjad?; .; 1 J Ji Tlio short, child-moled gravo o'er whicb wo j earn Even 3ffpJ,-f? t...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 January 1875

0 RA MB E B ? W TIM ES. ORANGRBURG, S. C. J AN. I t, 1875. STILES lt. MELLICHAMP, Editor. G. W. WHITEHEAD, PuBM5IIF.Il AND BUSINESS MANAOTEB. * 1 ??? ?. .". ?&- rK? are tn no tvtty responsible for the views or opinions of our Correspondents. Tho Republican paity is dead. Surely its friends ought to make Grant and Sheridan behave themselves at the funeral f THE TRUTH UNPLEASANT. The iaiest dispatches from Washing ton state that the Congressional sub committee* sent to New Orleans to in vestigate Louisiana affairs have re turned, and it is said* that tho testi mony taken before them does not sustain the charges of violence'or in timidation of negro voters by the Democrats, and that they will con demn the action of the recent return ing board as illegal. These truths, however, being rather unpleasant, it is now thought that the whole committee will ignore the work of the sub-committee, and go and in vestigate for themselves. This is what we want?the whole truth and nothing bat the ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 January 1875

LOCAL ITEMS. ORANGEBURG, S. C JAN. 14, 1875. Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized to .-oHecl and receipt for advert'iBements and rabBcriptioni to the Times. Our friends wishing to have ad vertincments Inserted in the TIMES, must hand them in by Monday morning, 10 o'clock. 1 v TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy for one year, - $2.00 " f* M Six Months, - - . 1.00 ! Dr. E. J. Olivcros. * The sudden and melancholy ueutli of this estimablo citizen on Tuesday last, has cast a deep gloom over the entire community. Indeed, a light has gone out which will be seriously missed. Dr. Oliveros was widely known and universally beloved. His kind and genial disposition j his affable manners, and above all, his warm heart?gained him a place in the affections of every member of the community. Orangeburg has .indeed been sorely scourged, amidst all her recent calam ities, to be deprived of such a citizen. He was in the prime of life and in the midst of his usefulness, aud he possessed all those traits of chara...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 January 1875

Small Farming. An ohteVpriSing' * gentlemen'from l (he - west, \?ho, wo are informed, at one time hold an important >&+WV*ty*? Chicago bauk^awnC?aifPwVjL mpl menoed tho cultivation of vegetables. Tho Bpo^tolfeofbft^'ift^^mote^attbnBl?! of tho city, with a soil oomptJ?sff' of heavy, blacH..B#amtt an^ad mixtnro of large bIioIIp. Tho attempt was rather experimental than otherwise, no efforfbemg ?idyfb^telWg^^^i?' his other business affording already1 market for &efy|p!i^^^ result of his mduHtry; itSva^discbVered that oolBfyilf the^Tery^hiteet>?adFi4an-? derost description, caulillowers colossal in size, Irish potatoes whioh.in flavor and mnguiludo, oompot o^feihPih'o^ow; York onrly /oBe," woro produced in nlmndanoc^aaNawall Jff WW? tft be found i^J)|Jf<wff 8|*Pg-8 ofr PonnBylvanm ffonrishoa, and in aaBition his snpply of artichokes, okra, and pro duce indigenous to^dla!faj>jwy ijfaj?m* was almost unlimited. Without experi ence, and forood through others "diitien to ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 January 1875

ALn IndLependeiat Paper Devoted to the ' lnterests^ of the People vi'ii (if >\rf -: ?<tm ??IT VOLUME HI. ORANGEB?RG, SOUTH CAROLINA, km^)J^^^^^ 1875. NUMBER 50.? i A-IiITIcRARY CURIOSITY. [Tho following is ono of tho nioet rcmarkabio compositions wo havo mot with. It ovlncoa an in genuity of arrangement po*nliarly its own. Ex planation: Tho initial capitals epoll ?'My Boast t? ?n tb? Qloriou? Orosa of Christ. " The words in Italics, wbonTCad from top to bottom and bottom to top, form tlio Lord's Prayer ooinploto:] Make known tho Gospel-truths, our Father king, Yield up thy graco, dear >J>Vtfftcr, fromabove, Bless us with hoartn inJimfc feelingly can ?!ugi "Our lifo thou art for-cecr Ood of Lovo?" A'Busgo our grlof in love for Christ we pray, - Since tbo bright prince of Untren and glory died, Took all our slus aud hallowed the display, Infant 60lug, flr'nt a man, and thon was crucified. Stupendous Clad! thu(traceand junco-mako known; In Jesus' numclet all the world rejoi...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 January 1875

ORArl GEBURT TIM ES. ORANOKBUI.G, S. CM JAN. 21, 1875. "tfTlLES It. AiELLICIIAMi', Editor. GrT MV WHITEHBA D, FOBMSURR AND BUSINESS MANAGER. TV? ar? in no trat/ responsible for the ?fan or opinions of our Correspondents. LMMIGRA2ION. Tho Union-Herald is verj enthu siastic in urging tho Legislature to make provision for all tho negroes who are leaving Georgia, Alabama and other States to settle in South Carolina, > Would that our farmers would im bibe a similar spirit and cut up their lands in small tracts and invite im migrants from _Geriunny, England, Ireland and the North to cotuo and settle them. Wo want our resources developed, and as color should be no consideration, we snpposo the whites would be welcome too, especially as land owners. Ii the Logislaturo won't act, let ns act ourielvcs, TUB GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Gov* Chamberlain's last message to the Legislature exhibited a genuine spirit of reform. He renews many of the recommendations of his inaugural, such as the registrat...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 January 1875

LOCAL ITEMS. r ORANGEBURG, S. C JAN. 21, 1875. 86T Mr. KiitK Bomnsok i* authorized to -oHect and receipt for advertisements and rakscriptions to tho 2Y?i?. y f Oar friend* wishing to have ad vertiRcments Inserted in tho TIMES, must hand them in by Monday morning, 10 o'clock. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy for one war, ... $2.00 r ? V V Six Month, - - - 1.00 The relatives, friends and acquaint ances of Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Robin uon arc respectfully invited to attend the Funeral Services of their infant daughter, from their residence, at 11 o'clock this morning. 'UJlM_J.j[l?ll_JJLIBM9MSMSaW??S?WS>SSaSSM See advertisement of a place to rent See notice of dissolution of copart nership of Albergotti & Jeffords. Mr. Thos. W. Albergotti has re sinned business. * See his card of thanks in another column. We find it hard to keep up with our progressive post master. He is now moving the post office to Mr. " Ezekiels. Now is your chance for bargains! Kohu is selling his damaged goods for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 January 1875

AGRICULTURE. Will Keeping Sheep P?yl A writer in the National Idve Stock Journal gives his idea on this subjcob: Sheep" pay bettor than any other stock, no matter what the kind of stock is. I have been breeding some 800 head of cattle, and I am satisfied that, oven with the most favorable condition for selling, when the time comes, I shall make a great deal more money, dollar for dollar on the money invested in sheep than I shall make on the oap ital invented in cattle. I have about 600 sheep running without any partic ular attention or care, and have sold $1,400 worth of wool of this year's olip, and havo 250 lambs besides. I do not think it possible to have done so well on an equal amount of capital invested in cattle. One great advantage sheep havo over other stock is, that they never die of oontagions diseases whioh thoy contract. They get the scab or foot-rot or something else, and if un checked it gets them in bad condition, and would ultimately, perhaps, kill .them. But tho v...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 January 1875

AGRICULTURE. Will Keeping Sheep 1'nyl A writer in the National Live Stock Journal gives hin idea on this subject: Sheep pay better than any other Block, no matter what the kind of stook is. I have been breeding some 800 head of cattle, and I am satisfied that, oven with the most favorable condition for selliug, when the time oomes, I shall make a great deal more money, dollar for dollar on the money invested in nlicop than I shall make on the cap ital invented in cattle. I have about 600 sheep running without any partic ular attention or euro, and havo sold $1,400 worth of wool of this year's clip, and have j^DO lambs besides. I do not think it possible to havo done so well on an equal amount of capital invested in cattle. One great advantage sheep havo over other stook is, that they never die of contagious diseases whioh they oontract. They got the scab or foot-rot or something else, and if un checked it gets them in bad condition, and would ultimately, perhaps, kill them. But tho ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 January 1875

An Independent Paper Devoted to the Interests o( tlie People. '7**?*?r;<> VOLUME HI. ORANGEB??G, SQUTH "CAROLINA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, ]875. NUMfiftfi^dU LOUISIANA AFFAIRS. Special Message of the President to Congress. Ti^^iv Senttto of the United Stairs: I havo tho honor to miiko tho following ?u Hwor to a Honato roeolutiou ?f tho 8th uiBt., asking for in formation rh to any interference by any military ofllcor on tho part of tho army of tlio United States with Mm organization or proceedings of tho gonoral assembly of tho utato of Louisiana, or oithcr hrauoh thoroof; iind also inquiring in regard to tkfc existence of armed organizations in that se^Hron, hostile, to tho government, thoroof, and intent of over turning' such govonJtnont-by force. To say that lawlessness, tnrbulonco and bloodshed havo characterize;! tho political affairs of that Ht a to einco it a organization undor tho rooon Btmction acts, is only to ropeat what has be come woll known aB part of its unhappy his...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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