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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 10 December 1870

[Vor-t!tiu>'4 F.r.U rcuje.} thousand *l ila.s tor range lights on Sul livan's Island, Charleston hnrbor, and that it is necessary that an act should be passed oading the jurisdiction of their sites to the United States, to. which your Attention is respectfully invited, i Tnero are a number of provisions in the Constitution which require appropri ate legislative action to carry thorn into effect, such as the provision for tjivorco, tho appointment of officers and employ ee*; of the Lunatic Asylum, time aim manner of inaugurating the Go\ei*nor and Lieutenant Governor, and electing justices of tho pence i\C, to which I would respectfully call your attention. MISCELLANEOUS . Gentlemen' nf the General Assembly? Taxation is the vital ? power of all gov ernments, and I iuvoke your sorious at tention to the necessity of a strict econo my in expenditure, so that ho more taxes be levied than is consistent with an efficient administration of ti e gov ernment. Notwithstanding the consti tuti...

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. — 10 December 1870

thousand de Uu.s. tor raugo lights on Sul livan's Island, Charleston harbor, and that it is necessury that an aot should bo passed oeding the jurisdiction of their ? sites to the United States, to. which your attention is respectfully iuvitcd. ? There aro a uuruber of provisions in the constitution which require appropri ate legislative action to carry them into effect, such as the provision for divorce, the appointment of officers and 'employ ee* of the Lunatic Asylum, time and manner of inaugurating the Governor and Lieutenant Governor, and electing justices of tho pence. &C , to which I would respectfully call your attention. MISCELLANEOUS Gentlemen of the General Asxanhfy? Taxation is the vital ? power of all gov ernments, and I invoke your gorious at tention to tho necessity of n strict econo my in expenditure, so that no more taxes be levied than is cousistcnt with an efficient adiuinistrntiou of tho gov ernment. Notwithstanding the consti tutional provision for a uniform ...

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. — 10 December 1870

[VontiowJ Fir.-t J*age.'] thousand delinks for ruugo lights on Sul livan'B Island, Charleston harbor, and that ii is necessary that an act should bo passed fading ihe jutisdiction of their sites to the United Status, tn which your attention is respectfully invited. There arc u uuniber of provisions in the constitution which require appropri ate legislative action to cany them Into vjffect, such as the provision lor divorce, the appointment of officers and employ ces of the Lunatic Asylum, time ami wanner of inaugurating the Governor ?fid Lieutenant Governor, and' electing justices of too pence ece., to which I would respectfully call your attention. miscellaneous Gentlemen nf the General Asxembli/? Taxation is the vital ? power of all gov ernments, and I invoke your sorious at tention to tho necessity of a strict econo my in expenditure, ho that no more taxes be levied thnu is consistent with an efficient administration of tho gov ernment. Notwithstanding the consti tutional provisi...

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. — 10 December 1870

& Q Q Jl %. .SATURDAY, DEO 10, 1S70. TBB OBANUKBUBQ DeI.XUATION.? /Thfa Delegation, with the exception of \ one, Benjamen By as, stuck for ClieiT Justice Moses for ..Che U. S. Senate, to ihe very last, the other dny at^the. elec tion. Thro* ballots were tuTcV, during wUch some members voted fur'three different candidates, but ours were im movable. This sneaks well for the Hou* Cm. H. Reedish, who wu believe is * chairman of the delegation. We hope he may?nay, we have reasons to bellve that he will, always, continue as firm and ineorrupible after espousing a side, as he did on the election of United States ?Senator. Who can iikat it.?Our friend 11. Easterlin, "over in the Fork," piuntcd . v last spring one acre of land iu cotton, Mid gathered theiefroM^this Fall, two five hundred pounds seed Cot "??Wlr?^I'he acre was plowed and hucd only three times, aud the work done by 1 two small boys, one eight and the other ten years old. Thus. B. Dohl, Esq .. was elected In tendsnL of Branc...

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. — 10 December 1870

m . .-Hum ? .. Bega (o acquaint his friends tl.ut he Utas jus* received a fall supply of GARDEN SEEDS Yrotn the celebrated House of JD. LAN DRETH & SON. All of which are ?warranted to be wbat choy are represent ed. Also ONION SETS. A full supply of SPECT A OLKS to -suit all eyes. WATCHES nnd CLOCKS repaired as usual and warranted'. JEWELRY neatly repaired. , BOV2G fob 12 ly official. EXECUTIVE DEPAR f MKNT, ) CoLUHniA. S. C, June lOth, 1860i j TTNDElt THE ACT FOR TIIF. CONVKK \J SIGN of Slate Securities, the Treasur er of tho State is prepared to issue bonds bearing 0 por cent, interest payable semi annually, for registered stock. Rends nr<> prepared for $,0(K). Fractions hiay be rc turoed in Certificates of Stock. Persons de sirous of convorting their Stock into Bonds will please present their certificates at this office ondorsed upon the back for conversion (witnessed.) Persons holding Coupon Rands, desirous +? procure registered Stock in lieu thereof, will please presen...

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. — 10 December 1870

Bega (o acquaint hia friends t '..at he Utas jus? received a full supply of S !K E U S Trom the celebrated House of I). LAN: DRETII & SON. All of which arc ?warranted to be' what they arc roprescut ?d. Also ONIO& SKI'S. A full supply t>f SPECTACLES to vmt nil ryes. WATCHES and CLOCKS ropuirtd ms usual and warranted. JEWELRY neatly repaired. ^ nor 2G fob 12 ly official. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, ) Statu Tukabury Omca, I Oolumdia, 8. C., June IGth, 1801?. ) TTJJ.DER THE ACT FOR THE CONVEU \J 8ION of Stat e Securities, the Treasur er of tho State is prepared to issue Honda bearing 0 per cent, interest payable send annually, for registered stock. Bonds are JP"P?r*d for $,UOO. .Fractions may be rc tu.u?d iu Certificate* of Stock. Persona de sirous of convortinjr their Stook into Bonds will pleaso present their certificates nt this iffice endorsed upon the back for conversion, .(witnessed.) Persons holding Coupon Bonds, desirous rto procure registered Stock: in lieu thereof, -will,...

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. — 10 December 1870

%V7 E.EzeMel Begs to acquaint h!? friends t.'. nt he Jhas jus? received a full supply of ?ARHEN SEEDS Yrom the celebrated House of P. LAN DRETH ?5c SON. All of Which are warranted to he what they uro represent ed. Also ONION SETS. A full supply of SPECTACLES to euit all eyes. WATCHES nod CLOCKS repaired *s usual and warranted. JEWELRY neatly repaired. ; nor 2t> fob 12 ly OFFICIAL. ;-, } 1801?. ) EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, Statu TuF.vsi'nv Orrn Columima, S. ('...June lOtb, IS*..-. "XTNDEU TUR ACT FOR TUB CONVER \J 810N of Stat e Scouritics. tbo Treasur er of tho State i?? prepared to.iasne Bonds bearing 0 pci- cent, interest payable scini annually, for registered stock. * Bonds nr. prepared for $.000. Fractions mav be re turned in Certificates of Stock. Persona de sirous of converting their Stock into Bonds will please present their certificates at this ?ffico endorsed upon the hack for conversion (witnessed.) Persons holding Cbnpon bonds, desirous +? procure registered Stock- in lieu ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 17 December 1870

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 17 December 1870

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 17 December 1870

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 17 December 1870

0 U /MIT Kl.'A B- ff OJJ 1$W ?iii ?.toW i?rfi ,-v*u\m Tsmiw "k> j horn TWO DOLLARS FEU ANNl/flc^,, Y.l.l /.I' ?MM B . *cL I .rtVNMCT Ott? HO ?Hf l_ -J .nfourt .riicaim } Ui? <>? d v^i*j ?tau* fee?si WdSJ^lMLr ,1m d|u -ft <iM?i:iir f! j^i^jliV f ^la* *d l-? - ? /.Vi: ,s*4l mrr nV.) III it rto?M ro() rrgijnt* ?fpMNl* bum .?silaut, but ^^t? \muii*>\l*ttiii<si,i. rid ?dj .?*|-d? tmbj*i*'*ubul et Ion vov c d T kid Moot ttooS .*oO .?oiijta lairtftt ai r> tinistr la ii j foilaa sew **i U4(rf?| uoY ' -i?v>i a rfitv awefr a o4 y Wf srfl bin'"gjrissmi fc^fr? Jn ?dl boiin? ".t?l *c <^ WIM Jt?? ?4* MW UrU|w 1 ?? !y %wof>?w yrifirnra ?tfcyrt t& W -um! '>mo ?i? t>4w vniUm yiiMltjwk'lltC ^ Af/tVAYR IN A?VAM tttittdw nJic/d?" ic- tut? lol vIdunutf?!^ ?t tf) f ? <(("??? .. wj?a kid j irftiM a ll ??Ilfcnu ? ' i i <, i ? ^ ? ,, r, ,, , , .... ., ? ? ii?!,,.-. - >m02 ?aa.mn) r.?in ????HviMsKj rA' t. -i: r -4?la: ]i itAtoi n r-ry ? ?if'iwq ?dt Nor:lt ?laf...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 17 December 1870

i ? - -LJJEBW?He!f8?SHH**"*1' In Indianapolis, a oharniiog young lad/ physician wan culled to administer to a gvt??*tiiu*a down with a f?*ver- "You need good noising," said the lady. "Nurse ;ue for life," replied the patient.. "I will," was tho soft answer. Of tile twelve surviving widows of Revolutionary soldiers who are otto hun dred yea's of ago ami over, three live in Maine, their names, residences, and nges being es follows: Anas Plauce, of Port land, 100; Happy Mouse, of Portland, 100, sod Hanuuh Andrew, of Lowell, 101. Itev. Dr. Stone, of Sen Krancisco, vis ited all the brothers in the city one night to get items for a sermon. Among other items, he obtained a black eye, and had to pay for sixteen hotth h of wine, ?which the girls ordered at his expense. Us took up s collect ion for the brethren to pay for the wine. ? The Lafayette, Indiana, Journal makes the following announcement: "A well-known gentleman, at tho top of the. Udder in the Judiciary of the State, went to church...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 17 December 1870

In Indianapolis, a oharuiiog young lady physician was called to administer to a gentleman down with a (over- "You ueed good nursing," said the lady. ?'Nurse :ue for life," replied the patient. "I will," was the soft answer. Of the t\elvo surviving widows of Revolutionary soldiers who are ouo hun dred years of ago and over, three live iu Maine, thehr names, residences, nnd ages being as follows t Anna Plance, of Port land, 100 j Happy Mouse, of Portland, 100, and Hannah Andrew, of Lowell, id. Rev. Dr. Stone, of San Kranciscn, vis ited all the brothers in tho city one night to get items for a sermon. Among other iterns, he obtained a black eye, aud had to pay for sixteen bottles ot wiuc, which the girls ordered at his expense. lie took up a collection fur the brethren to pay for the wiuc. The Lafayette, Iudiann, Journnl makes the followiug announcement: "A wtll-known gentleman, at the top of tho ladder in the Judiciary of the State, went to church Sunday, for tho first time In thirty-...

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. — 17 December 1870

U||?| - - I J I la Indianapolis, a charming young lady physician was called to administer to n gentleman down with a lover- "You need good nursing/' said the lady. "Nurse me for lifo," replied the patient.. '?I will/' was the soft answer. Of the t\elve surrWing widows of Revolutionary soldiers who are ouo hun - j dred yean of ago and over, three live in Haine, their names, residences, and ngns being as follows: Anna Plance. of Port land, 100; Happy Mouse, of Portlaud, 100, and Hannah Andrew, of Lowell, tOl. Rev. Dr. Stone, of San Krancisco, vis ited all the brothers in the city one night to get items for a sermon. Among other items, he obtained a black eye, and ii ad to pay for sixteen bottles ot wine, which the girb ordered at his expense. He took up a collection for the brethren to pay for the wiuc. Tho Lafayette, Indiana, Journal makes the following announcement: "A well-known gentlcmau, at tho top of tho ladder in the Judiciary of the State, went to church Sunday, for the first ...

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. — 17 December 1870

_LOCAL._ SATURDAY, 1>KC. 17, 1870. Too'Late.?Wc regret exceedingly that our Columbia correspondence nr fttett too late for this issue, as it contains assay item* of value and importance. We hope our c-:rwwspoodent will mail bis articles sooner hereafter, for we arc am issa to giro the public every ouo of his racy articles. The following appointment*, made at the Conference of the M. E. Church S?u?h, for the coming year, will be of in te rest to our readers t Uranehv lio?l). J. Simmons. Orattgolurf?F. Auld. Eastern Orange?W. Caraon. Providence -J. C. Stoll, E. J Peunig ton. Supernumerary. St. .YaHeieea?J. W Cridor. Upper St. Matthew*?J. E. Watson. Ipper Orange?J. 8. Beasly. The Rer. F. M. Kennedy is Presiding Elder of this (Baniburg) Circuit. Tub Gauntlet taken up.?We said that "our friend, H. Easterling, over in the Fork," had gathered from one acre <>f ground, two thousand and fire hundred pounds seed cotton." We believed, and so eiprcssod ourselves, that there could not b...

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. — 17 December 1870

LOCAL._ SATURDAY, DEC. 17, 18V0. Too'Lats.?Wo regrot cxoeodiugly Columbia correspondence ar tete for thin issue, as it contains WUvnJ items of valuo and importance. We hope oar correspondent wilt mail hir. articles sooner hereafter, for are are ana ious to giro the public every otto of his racy articles. The following appointment*, mado at the Conferenoe of the M. E. Church <*en?h, for the coming year, will he of in terest to oar readers t 2trat%*hv U??D. J. Simmons. Orangeburg?F. Auld. Eastern Orange?W. Carton. Providence ?J. C. Stoll, ?. J Peunig ton, Supernumerary. St. Mhtimees?J. W Cridor. Upper St. Matthew?J. E. Watson. Ipper Orange?J. 8. Beaaly. The Her. F. M. Kennedy is Presiding Elder of this (Hamburg) Circuit. Turn Gauntlet takkn up.?We said that "our frieud, H. Easterling, over in the Fork," had gathered from one'nereof ground, two thousand and fire hundred pounds seed cotton." We believed, and so expressed ourselves, that there could not be another instance of the kind...

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. — 17 December 1870

iprw* r-r-:-r ?-l. -- _LOO A. X? ._ SATURDAY, DEC. 17, 1870. I Too'Late.?Wo regret exceedingly that our Columbia correspondence ar rived too late tor this issue, aa it contains man/ items of value and importance. We hope our correspondent will mail bis nrtielos sooner hereafter, fur wo are anx ious to give tho publio every ono of bis racy articles. i a?s*> ???? a? a The following appointments, uuidc ut the Conference of the M. ?. Church South, for the coming year, will be of in neres t to our readers : JHranehvllo?l). J. Simmons. OrmngauMrg?F. Auld. JEottern Orange?\V. Carson. Prort?enc??J. C. oiuil, E. J Peuiiig ton. Supernumerary. St. Mit Uwe*?J. W Cridcr. Upper St Matthew??J. E. Watson. Ipper Orange?J. 8. Beasly. The Rev. F. M. Kennedy is Presiding Eldor of this (Hamburg) Circuit. The Gauntlet taken up.?We ssid that "our friend, II. Ensterling, over in the Fork," had gathered from one'nero of ground, two thousand and five hundred pounds seed cotton." We beliered, and so expres...

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. — 17 December 1870

o j^ji.? ??LLED BUCKWHEAT I X^i jusfc loccivcd. KlNTUOKY CRACKERS, Creatr, Ginger, Crated uud SoU:t. UGARS and COFFEE at Roduccd Price?. ugar House Syrup. Common Molasses. Durham Tobacco. JjlANCY CANDI1S, Freuch Pops, Gum Drops, Cream, &c. ROMA, SARDINES, See, and a ) Fresh Variety of Goods at tho CO CUT HOUSE STORE, Market-Street, JOHN A. HAMILTON. Regs to acquaint his friends t!.at he ' JJhaa just received a full supply of GAKKEST SEMDS from the celebrated House of d. IjAN DRETH & SON. All of which arc . . warranted to bo what they tiro rcpioeut , cd. Also ONION SK I'S. A f?ll supply of SPECTACLES to V suit all ryes-. WATCHES and CLOCKS repaired t ? ssSusual and warranted, afl ? JEWELRY neatly rep.-vrcd. nov 2? fob 12 ly OF EVERY VARIETY Just Received by. g^tf. H. W. BRIGGMANN & CO. Dry Goods, Ready .Made Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, ?See. pur* Wines, Li ?** ?mors Alo, Porter, n etc., constantly ea ? hanil. HAVE now on hand or fine a lot of HEW ING MACHINES a? can...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 17 December 1870

BUCKWHEAT! ^ TWTEW HULLED BUCKWUUAT TWTEW 11 ULLI X a just -oceivcd. K ?NT?CKY CRACKERS, Cream, Gingor, vi?]rated uud S?tla. Sue p UGARS and COFFEE at Rod need rices. Sugar House Syrup. Common Molasses. Durham Tobacco. F'ANCY CANDI1S, French Pops, Gttiu Drops, Cream, &c. ROMA, SARDINES, &c, and a Fresh Variety of Goods at the COURT JIO VSR STORE Market-Street, JOHN A. HAMILTON. o.8V \_ ly 5 Regs lo acquaint his friends t ! at he "has just received a full supply of CJ A RD'EN NE E I> N from the celebrated House of D. LAN DRBTH k SON. All of which are . warranted to bo what they are represent k ed... Also ONION SETS. A foil supply of SPECTACLES to suit all ryes. WATCHES and CLOCKS repaired ' as usunl and warranted. JEWKLRY neatly repaired. nov 2li fob 12 ly OF EVERY VAklETY Just Received by. mw&. H. >V. BRIGGMANN & CO. Dry Goods, Ready Made Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, &c. Pur* Winos, Lt tiuors Ale, Porter, etc., constantly ea hand. HAVE now on hand as t...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 17 December 1870

?j:w hulled buckwheat just received. feNTUCKY CRACKERS, Cream, Ginger, ?Ernted uud Sod*. heat \ ? UGARS and COFFEE at Reduced vices. w^StiSi* Sugar House Syrup. Common Molasses. Durham Tobacco. ANCY CANDI1S, Frcuch Pops, Gum Drops, Cream, Ac. ROMA, SARDINES, &o., and a Freeh Vnriety of Goods at the COURT HOUSE STORE, Market-Street, JOHN A. HAMILTON. .od fcliaaKgoo Tiw 'fli Regs lo acquaint his friends tint he liua just received a full supply of GABDENSEEDS from the celebrated House.of d. LAN" DRETH & SON. All of which nrfl .. ?warrautcd to bo what they are represent ed ?1 qd^.* A^&o ONION SETS. A full supply of SPECTACLES to *,* suit all ryes. WATCHES and CLOCKS repaired f : ajs-usual and warranted. JEWELRY neatly repjvrcd. nov 2(> fob 12 ly OF EVERY VARIETY J (ist Received bv. ^ H. W. mUGtJMANN & CO. Dry Good.?, Ready Made Clothing. Shoes, Hats, Groceries, ?&c. P?1**? Wines, Lt 'f*- (luot s Alo, Porter, etc., constantly an hand. now on hand as fine a lot of B...

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