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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 January 1875

ORA?GEBUHG TIMES. ?RAN0KBURG, 8. C, JA?. tt, im. ?TILB8 B. MELLICHAJIF, Editor. G. W. WHITBH^AO/ VvetMWKii and Business Manaoeh. ort tn no way responsible for the views or opinion* of ear Correspondents. XtfCOirSXSTENCr. A great clamor is raised by tbe republicans bows use tbe planters of Edgefield have decided to reduce the Acreage planted in cotton one-third, And is ihe ess:e ratio to increase tbe urea planted in cereals, and conse quently to reduce the number of la borers one-third, and not permit them to occupy the lands in the county from which thoy have been dis charged. It Is taken lor granted by the re publicans that this is done to perse cute negroes .and republicans and for no other purpose, and that therefore it should be put down by the strong arm of the government. We are also totally opposed to pro scription or persecution for opinion's sake in any form; but we think it comes in bad taste for republicans whose whole system and political machinery is exactly the same as...

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. — 28 January 1875

OBAUQEBURG TIMES. ORANGEBURG, 8. C, JAR. 28, 1875. ?TILE? B. MELLICHASIP, Editor. ? --, , C. Wo WHITEH?AD, I*OJFMSHKR ANO BUSINESS MaNAGEH. ara in so tray responsible for the ffem or opinions of our Correspondents. ZtTCOySIXTENCY. A great clamor li raised by the republicans because the planters of Edgeficld have decided to reduco the Acreage planted in cotton one-third, And in the same ratio to increase the ?res pIiMiterd in cereals, and conse quently to reduce the number of la borers one-third, and not permit them to occupy the lands in the county from which they have been dis charged. It fa taken lor granted by tho re publicans that this is done to perse cafe negroes and republicans and for no other purpose, and that therefore it should be pat down by the strong arm of the government. We ore also totally opposed to pro scription or persecution for opinion's sake::: any form; but we think it comes in bad taste for republicans whose whole system and political machinery is exactly th...

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. — 28 January 1875

LOCAL ITEMS. ORANGEBURG, S. C JAN. 28, 1875. 86T" Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized to .'oU?ct and receipt for advertisements and subscriptions to tbe Tima. Our friends wishing to have advertisements inserted in the TIMES, must hand them in by Monday morning, 10 o'clock. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: On* Copy for one year, ... $2.00 " V " Six Months, - ? - 1.00 Bee notico of money lost. Dr. T. B. Legare has removed his office to his homo. The Bchools arc prospering, as far as we know. Mr. Lightfoot is going into his new store. Teach your boy? that they go to school or college to learn how to work, and not how to shun work. Dr. Dukes is building ? fino resi dence next to his lather's hotel on Russell street. If Council don't strike the line widening Russell street, we will have a crooked affair of it. Mr. Cornolnon'8 store is getting on finely, and it is not going to be any small thing either. The truth is Cor nelson don't deal in small things. Messrs. Cannon & Sain are erecting a neat st...

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. — 28 January 1875

A NOOTU1CKK Ol? CUOl'IN. Wind, aud tho round Of 80a, Hoird In tho night from afar, Spending itself on au unknown shore, Keeling ita way o'er au unioon floor, Lighted by moon nor star; Telling a talo to' tho llst'ol^a oat Of wounds and woes that the rolling year Hath brought to tho huniau heart; Telling of passion aud lnuermoi.t pain, , Blnking aud swooning, and growing again As tho wind and the wavoa take part; . Xilfling a voice to the volcclosB skies, Paubos of Borrow that pass into alghs, Born of a Beeret despair; Fluttering back on the clear tide of tone, Gathering in forco till tho melody** grown, sironj; to intorprot Uio accouts unknown, ITauuting tho dark flolds of air; Upoaklng tho longlugs of Ijfo, tho full soul's lilddeu dcHlroB Iii xuuslo that rolls, Wayc-llko, in Ecarch of n ?h?re: KildlCH of harmony, floating around, Widen m clrolos of lessoning sound, Uio in tho distance, till sllouco la found, And earth rcdciuauds us^nco more .. ? All the Year Hound. HEYONI? A 1>0U...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 4 February 1875

_?-?-:je IndLepencleixt Paper Devoted to fixe Interests of the People. VOLUME in. ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1875. NUMBER 52. _? ? ?f 1 I tots! IN AN HOUR. ANTICIPATION. "I'll (ako tbo orchard patb,"ebo said, Speaking lowly,- smiling slowly: 'J'ho brook was dried within its bed,. - r- Turrhot wa Sang a ilamo of red Low in tho west as forth sho sped. _ Aorosa tho dried brook-courso sho wont, Bulging lowly, smiling slowly: ' Hho scarcely saw tbo san that snout it'h fiery force In swlf t' descent^ Hhu never raw tlio wheat was bont. 1'lie grasses parched, thoblossoma dried, Singing lowly, smiling slowly: ,. Her eyes amidst tbo drought carried ' ? A fiiimraor plcananco far and wide,' "With roaoa and awoot violets pled. QJ 11, t ?? t ? nlBAtrOINTMENT. But homeward coming all tho way, Bigblng lowly,,pacing slowly: . -.? r<he? r.nciv tbo bont wheat withering lay, Sho saw tbo blossoms dry decay, Bho rolsBcd tho brooklet's play. - A breeze bad Bprting'from out tho so...

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. — 4 February 1875

OBA?BEB?BG TIMES ORANGBBURO, S. C? FEB. 4, 1875. rft?LV? B. MELLICIIAMP, Editor. G. W. WHITE HE AD, Publisher and Business Manageu. TR??? IV? ore in tio tray resjionsiblc for the witvs or opinions of our Cotrespomienls. Goy. Chamberlain has ordered both tho negro militia and the riflo clubs iu Edge field to give up their arms. This is fair, and will be" so recognized by the tthito people. IJpon motion of Duncan of Orange burg, the bill, to make the offices of eouuty treasurer and county auditor elective, in accordance with tho recom mendation of Governor Chamberlain, was indefinitely postponed. This is just as wo predicted. The republican pnrty is thoroughly alive to the necessity of making some show of reTotiu for self-preservation, but that samo self love will hold it back from any act, like this, which will re sult in any advantage to the conserva tives. It will be readily seen that the passago of this bill would give a con servative treasurer and audiior in every county in which...

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. — 4 February 1875

LOCAL ITEMS._ ORANGEBURG, S. C FEB. 4, 1875. ! BQT Mr. Kin.iL Robinson is u?'thorized Id .?ollect and receipt for advertisements and subscription), to the Times. Our friends wishing to have advertisements Inserted in tho TIMES, must hand them in by Monday morning, 10 o'clock. TERMS ?F SUBSCRIPTION: On* Copy for one year, - - - ?2.00 m ?? Six Months, - - - 1.00 a~2rziziz."_^ull_? **?"' Office Hears at Or?ngebnr? Depot. From 8 o'clock A. M. to 2 o'clock P. M. From 3 o'clock P. M. to 5 o'clock P. M. Goods will neither ho received or deliv ered outside of these hours. The National Grange meets in Charleston this week. Head new card of J. A. Hamilton about Peruvian Guano. See notice to the stockholders of the Agricultural and Mechanical Associ ation. As we go to press we hear that an accident on the railroad delayed the Up-passenger train on Wednesday. - The tax-collector has been ordered, we understand, to continue collecting Without penalty until further orders. Mr. Kirk Robinson is bu...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 4 February 1875

I'AIISI AND PLANTATION TOPICS. From the Rural Carolinian. deled plants and their teachings. A friend who had devoted much atten tion to vegetable physiology, especially in its relation to agriculture, lately showed us two interesting specimens of dried'plants. One was the common oat, which the botanists class among the Graminece, or grasses, and the other vetch, a leguminous plant, allied to the garden pea, the bean, the lupines, and n the clovers. The plants had been grown in flawex-pots, from which the ball of earth had been taken and carefully washed away from the roots, leaving them unbroken and entire. The oat plant, or, rather, olump of plants, pre sented a mass of roots whioh would be likely to astonish the nnobserving farm er and] opbn his eyes to the necessity of giving his crop breadth and depth of soil, as well as something to feed upon. The bulk and weight of the roots was, we think, two to one at least as com pared with tho parts growing above ground. In the votoh, on t...

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. — 11 February 1875

VOLUME IV. -: A.n. Ind.eperxd.ent Paper Devoted to tlie Interests of tlie People. rn ?>Wl? ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1875. NUMBER 1. .. - iln J.-f-? . SliUWBKK H?NO. BT OKLIA' TOAXTEB. *"H*?!| Thou Httla child, with tender, clinging arms. Drop thy sweet head, my darling, down and rest Upon my shoulder, rent with all thy charms; Be eootfacd and comforted, bo loved and blessod. A i,..;,;. t thy sUkon, honey-colored hair I lean a loving check, a mnte caress; Close, close I Rather thee asd klis thy fair White eyeUd?, sloop so softly doth oppress. Dear little head, that lies in calm content Within tho gracious hollow that Qod mado Xn every human shoulder; where ho meant Bomo tired head for comfort should be latd. Most liko a heavy-folded roso thou art, In summor air roposlng, warm and still. Bream tby swoet dreams upon my quiet heart: 1 watcn tny slumber, nought shall do theo ill. MAJOR MUDD'S MURDER. . BY JUDGE OXiABK, -t>l? -Do Bruin was a leader of the s...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 11 February 1875

OBAflQEBUllG? TIME?. ORANGEB?RO, S. C, FEB. II, 1875. STILES-IL MELLICIIAMP, Editor. ~G, W.WHITEHBAD, l'OBUSnKR AND BUSINESS M AN AG KU. IgL. We art in no Kay responsible for the views or opinions of mir Corrcsponilente, Major A. J. Shaw, of Marion, is fa vorably mentioned in connection with tho vacant Judgoship. , The Now York World collates the total vote polled in each Slate in 1874, for the next or forty-fourth Congress. We merely give tho total result, show ing" the Republican party to bo 2,605, G'J5 strong, and the Opposition party 3,119,678 strong, being a majority of 614,043 for the opposition. CONGRESSIONAL. The civil rights bill has passed tho house, and goes to tho Senate as a new measure. Tho preamble contains a clause of the democratio national platform of 1872. As it now stands it gives to all, regardless of color, equal enjoyment of the accommoda tions, advautagesj facilities and privi leges of inns, public conveyances on land or water, theatres and other places of am...

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. — 11 February 1875

LOCAL ITEMS. ORANGEBURG, S. C FEB. It 1875. .MT-Mr.. Knut Robinson is authorized, to .-ollect and receipt for advertisements and subscriptions to the Times. Our friends wishing to have advertisements inserted in tho TIMES, muBt hand them in by Monday woruing, 10 o'clock. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: On* Copy for one year. - - ? - $2.00 ? " ? Six Months, . - - - 1.00 ? ?_ Office Hours at Orangeburg Depot. From 8 o'clock A. M. to 2 o'clock P. M. From 3 o'clock P. M. to 6 o'clock P. M. Goods will neither bo received or deliv ered outside of these hours. SBSSBSBflSMBBXBBBBflSBXIg3BS9BOSSC9SEXESEBBBtaBBBB>a3XJBBI Hardly a week passes but that it becomes our painful duty to chronicle the demise of somo weary pilgrim on Jiie'a tempestuous way. This time tho dread summons of death has fallen nearer home, the victim being a sister of our publisher, Mr. G. Yt. White head. Miss Iheodosia- Whitehead died in Richlaud county on the 4th of Febru ary, 1875, after a lingering and pain ful illness. The ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 11 February 1875

yr SQftU FHOM. A DRAMA. I know-not if moonlight or starlight Bo colt oa tUo land and tho rc?? I catch -but tho near light, th? for light, Of eye;; that aro burning for me; The sooot of tho night, of the roses, May burilon 1,10 illr for tboo? ?woet? 11a only tho breath of thy Blghlng I know, na I Ho at thy feet. The w]?ds.may be sobbing or singing, Their touch may be fervent or cold, The nftut4t>ollB may toll or bo ringing? ffi I caren?t, with thee in my bold 1 The f&sH may go oh, and tho mualo Bo i:c altered in ecu tony round? ? ; Thy whisper, " I lovo thoe I I lovo thee 1" Hath flooded my soul With its sound. X tbln$ n?t of time that is flying, How sjhbxfc is tho hour I have won, How ne?r is this living to dying, Hoyf tbe Shadow still follows tho sun; Therenought upon eartb, no desire, Worth a thought*, though 'tworo had by a sign I 1 Iovff thco J I lovo thee I Bring nlghor Thi^piVit, thy kisses, to mine! f ?? E. O. Stcdman, in Scribncr. OO tt j ? ? "AJSrRIG?LTURE. 64 et? ? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 18 February 1875

An Independent Paper JJevoted to the Interests pt the People. VOLUME IV. ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1875; NUMBER 2. ?bXIUS ?XIUUT I1A.VXS UKKft. Wbon? first wo lovo, you know, wo seldom wed; Ximo rules us all; and life, indeed, Is not The Uiinft wo planned it out ero hope was dead: Anjl then?Wo jvomou cannot obooso our lot. Muoh must lio bprpo which it is hard to boar; Mach given, away which It wcro swcot to keep. God help im all I who need, indood, His care; And yet, I know tho shepherd loves his sheep. My iittlo boy begins to babblo now Upon my knee his earliest Infant prayer. He has his fathor's eager eyes, I know, And, they say, too, his mother's sunny hair. lint when he sleeps and smiles upou my knee, And ! can reel his light breath oomo and go, I think of ono (heaven help and pity me I) Who loved ine, and whom I loved, long ago? ( i c" ..!>.' i Who might bavo been?ah, what, I daro not think I Wo are all changod; God judges for ub best. ao4help.u8.do ...

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. — 18 February 1875

0EAjlDJ2BPRQ TIMES. ORANOrjCUnG, S. C, KED. 18, 1875. STILES It. MELLICllAMl*, Jiditor. G. W. WHITEHEAD, Puni-lSllER AND lh;siNKSS MANAGED. Bt^Ju IVc are in r.o way responsible for lh? views or opinions of onr Correspondents. JUDGE GREEN'S SUCCESSOR. . Major A. J. Shaw, of Marion, is elected to the Judgeship, made vacant by the death of Judge Greon. There ?were three candidates for the position. ? L. 0. Northrop, (rep.) F.. J. Moses, (rep.) and A. J. Shaw, (dem.) The balloting, for a long time was very close and exciting; the conservatives voting solidly for Major Shaw, and the republicans being divided between Moses and Northrop. At last, it is said, that ns the conservatives were about giving up and turning upon Northrop, tho Noses men, in order to defeat Northrop, ccnlersd upon Major Shaw and elected him. "Accidcuts will happen in the best rogulated families," but wo hope no body will be hurt. ARJCAXSAS. The special Congressional Committee on Arkansas nfliiirs have made two repor...

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. — 18 February 1875

r County Commissioner's Office, ORANGEB?RG, S. 0., Sept. 6th 1875 Pursuant to Sec. 27 of an Aot "Defining the Jurisdiction ttud duties of COD* NT Y COMMISSIONERS," approved September 26th, 1808, and all Acts Amendatory thereto, the CLAIMS against the County of Oraftgeburg, AUDITED by the Board of County Cora miaaloBers, showing the Eqpenditures, and for what purposes, from Not. 1st 1878 to Not. jst 1874, are hereby published: Wt' Amount Amouut f Nama. Claimed Allotted 1 Jas Van Tassel.,?.?,. Contingent fand 1000 00 1000 00 > Alexander Brown., ?? 288 40 288 40 k.ETRSmoak. ?? 844 90 844 90 &John Robinson. ?? 174 80 174 80 W&C II Grcon. ^Yit^ea? fund 8 00 8 00 ?Farnes P May. Trial Justioe fund C6 00 65 00 f ?? ' . ? ..... ?? 7 00 7 00 Court fund 52 60 52 60 W 0 Reeve.,. Trial Justica fund 19 50 16 00 . ?? 17 00 17 00 , ?t 6 60 6 00 A P Browning.*. " 27 60 20 00 i ?? 99 60 92 00 , ** 80 00 22 00 i ' ?? 61 60 68 60 r .. ?? 76 50 50 00 ?i ?? 89 60 60 00 VT II Reodlsh- " 73 76 6...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 18 February 1875

AN EXTR iORDINARY DUEL. Its Cnuoo the Hanging ot a Man aajta fpy JDur^nffthe Wur-Ono ot tho Prln? clpnlfj At to :>>y>i ? to Commit Suicide. From the S&n Francisco Chronicle. A duel, in which were shed a few ounces of chivalrous blood, was fought according to the oode of honor on tho beach near the Ocean House yesterday morning. The principals were Paul Zecchi, of Oakland* a high-toned south ern gentleman, formerly bailing from Georgia, and a person by the name of Ives, a northern man temporarily BO' jonrning in San Francisco, and who has been stigmatised a '* Georgia carpet bagger" by tho southern shivahy among hin acquaintances hero. The two gentlemen met in this city about three weeks ago, and their .meetings have been anything but pleasant, finally culminating in the encounter at arms yesterday. The incident which led to the dual grew out of the war of the rebellion. Zecchi was a commissioned offloer in the oonfedorate servioe, and Ives had a brother serving in the r...

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. — 25 February 1875

.A.? Indepetideat Paper Devoted to tjjte Interests of tlie ^People. ? 'ft >W VOLUME IV. ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1875. NUMBER 3* : AVIS. i have wat?he? you Ion?, Avis? Walch?! yoa so, i bavo found your secret out; Audi know That tho restless rlbboued things Wh?ro your slppo of shoulder springs, Are but undeveloped wings That will grow. When you enier in a room It Is stirred With tho wayward, flaahmg light Of a bird; And you speak and bring with you I>af and Sun-ray, bud and blue, And tho wind-breath and the dow, At a word. When you left me only now, In that f aired, Pa fled and feathered Polish dress, f was spurred Just to catch yon, ob, my sweet, By tho bodice trim and neat, Just to feel your heart a*bcat, jj I irikd a blrdt J Yet, alas, love's light you dohju But tc Wear As tho dew upon tho plumos, - ?' ? "Aud you caro - ? Not nwlt for resto? hush; 11 nt tu? loaves,'tho IyHo gnsh, ' 'And lue wlng'pdwer and tho rush Of the alt. Bo I dare not woo yon,...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 25 February 1875

ORAIiQEBUllG TIMES. UKANGEBURG, S. CM FEB. 25, 1875. ' STILES R. MELLICH AMP, Editor. G. "W. AVHITEHEAD, ? PUBUMIER AND BfBINKSS MANAOEH. ttfX^ We are in no tc?y responsible for the views or opinions of our Correspondents. GORDON. The whole South look with pride upon General Gordon. During the war he did his duty gallantly as an officer of the lost cause, nnd eirco tlid war ho lins ben? a faithful champion of tho South iu Congress. Even the Northern press cannot conceal their high opinion of him. Although it is not much of a compliment to say that he is ono uf the ablest men tn Con giiess, we believe it will be so admit ted. He is fluent, graceful, handsome, sensible nnd eloquent; and, to crown it all, a man of high-toned Christian principles. None of the intense ha tred of tho South which is belched forth in tho vulgar harangues of But ler and his crew cause him for a mo ment to !oso his equilibrium. He answers their slanderous epithets with calm and dignified argument, eloquent on...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 25 February 1875

County Commissioner's Office, ORANGEBURG, S. 0., Sept. 5tU 1875 Pursuant to Sec. 27 of ?n Act "Defining the Jurisdiction and duties of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS," approved September 2Gth, 1808, and all Acts Amendatory thereto, the CLAIMS ngainst the County of Orangoburg, AUDITED by tho Board of County Com missioners, showing tho Eqpondituros, and for what purposos, from Nov. 1st 1873. to Nor. 1st 1874, aro hereby published : Amount Amouut Ifamet. Claimed Allots td FB Johnson.;.,. Trial justice fund..121 00. 90 00 Jim Robinson. Road and brldgo fund... 10 00. 10 09 Ilobert Cotton. ?? ... 10 00. 10 00 Henry Ma?k.;. ? ... 25 00. 25 00 Elliott Hook & Ladder Co. Court fund.276 00....;.275 00 Orangcburg News Co. Contingent fund.855 00.865 00 lalar fc Dibble. ??...100 00.100 00 ff W Fairy. Road and bridge fund... 8 80. 8 80 ? M . " ... 72 65. 72 55 W H R?edish. Trial.Justice fund.187 50.120 00 E Siiurns. ?? .07 80. 82 80 S Alex. Witness fund. G 80. 0 80 A J Syfrclt. " . 9 00. 0 60 Simpy Caul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 25 February 1875

Cause* of the Rise In Gold. The causes of the movement are not diffionlt to define. Ever since tho panic.1 tho vate of intoro.it has been 80 low and tho oaution among investors bo decided that an unusaal preferenoekaa been given to government securities both by private individuals and finan cial institutions. Prices of bonds havo thus been kept above the European quotations, which have been depressed by the unsettled condition of the Lon don and continental money markets, and United States securities have, from this cause, been steadily flowiug home for several months past. The amounts of bonds thus returned must have beon very largo. The roflnx is by no means at its height just now, and yet,lastweek, one lot of new fives of $700,000 was ra ce ived, and the woek previous one par cel -61 '$600,000 of the same class of bonds arrived. Besides this class of securities, some considerable amounts of railroad bonds have been returned from Germany. This reflux of invoBt ments has kept excha...

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