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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 14 January 1871

ORANGEB?RGr NEWS j. FELDER MYERS?Editor, ?MME B9LIVKR, ASD bcsikbss MAXAOK?. 8ATUBDAY, JA?. U, 1-971. LAW OF HEWBPAPEB8. 1. Any pmM who takes a paper regularly , raw lb* peat office?whether directed to bis ?r another?or whether ha has sub ?r not, is responsible for the pay. ail If a person orders bis paper discon BAs> saust pay all arrearges, or the tt may continue to send it until pay taade, and collect the whole amount, star Ii iatakra Areas Iks ofiee or not. If a subscriber order* his paper to bo " at a certain time, and Iba publisher ? to send it, the subscriber is bound far it if be takes it ant of tba post . The l?vw proceeds on tba grout.d that mast pay for what he uses. The Courts bars decided that refusing ta take newspapers and periodicals from the '*a*t-?ffice, or removing aad leaving them oaaalied for is siimafuif evideace of inten mi m i i1 1 We dislike to become tiresome to oar On the contrary, it is oar des:re them at nil times with such .01? is woat likely to attr...

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. — 14 January 1871

ORANGES LIM NEWS J. FELDER MYERS?Editor, ?MMS B8LIVEH, fSSAXCIAX. a .hd buoinkbb Maxaq :?. k SATUBBAY, JAN. U, 18?. &AW OF If E W8P A PE118. 1. Any person who takta a paper regular'^ tt+m tho vast office? whether directed to bia MM W another?or whether ha has sub er not, ia responsible forth*yay. >r discc If a perron orders bis paper discon arrearges, or tb* > send it until pay and'collect tb* whole amount, it trtaken from the efiee or not. jr* subscriber order* his papor to bo aUpasd at a cortaintime, and the publisher istfllTl ill ??send It, lira subscriber is bound far it, if bo takes ii out of the post - tkm' Courts have decided that refusing i newspapers and periodicals fron tho ?or removing and leaving them or is/laws fide evidence of lutea* ?? r fe dislike to become tiresome to our feeders- On the contrary, it U our des:re them at all times with such [en is most likely to attract and in HR their mind*. But Ire bag their in - far eur alludiag to the Free on Schools e...

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. — 14 January 1871

LOCAL, SATURDAY, JAN. 14, 1871. * CtAJBT.a^Ltttt Monday Was the day ap- j poiatttl iVr the Atting of Court at this gfofttt/ tyliU ft large hutubeV of persons interested, aa parties or witnesses made their apptarenco. Tho Clerk called the list of Ute jurors and in obedience to in fractions received by letter from Judge tjlrshatn adjourned the Court until Mon tiay noxl, 16th instant. Then the crowd aletrlj ditpemd. The cause of Judge tttaasmV absence Wrns iodiepo.-.i'ion. We hops that ho will he better so as to fee here next Monday> S. B. Seebrook E?i, Soticiter of our Greenearrived eh Sunday last ready for "business. Air. Scabrook is looking well hail was met with pleasure by the many fvieade ha has made among our people toa the discharge of his duties lie has already made an agreeable iuipresmou ws Wae to be expected from his pkawitag manners and address. Mr. Seabrttok haa just completed hie "Cora pilatrou of the Crisntntt 6tatufces in this State" m leal which h? Vria wall fitted...

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. — 14 January 1871

t, O O AL. W-!-= SATURDAY, ?TAN. 14, 1871. .1 \.m mm , +m *** * CtAJRT.---LuH Monday was the day ap pointed iVr the silling of Court at this | gtato.' tcUileH large number of persona Interested, sa parties or wilncsscs made their eppeareace. The Clerk called the list of the jurors and in obedieace to in %troctiona received by letter from Judge Graham adjourned the Court until Mon tis/ next, 16th instant. Then the crowd tlewly dispersed. The cause of Judge Graham*! Absence was indisposition. \Vo hop* that he will he better so as to be here next Monday. E. B. Seebrook Eeq, Solicitor of our tlreuit arrived en Sunday last ready lor business. Mr. Seebrook is looking well knd was met with pleasure by the many friend* he has made among our people 1? the discharge-of his duties. lie has ?already made an agreeable impresaiou fc*re> o* was to be expected (Vom his ^Weeing manucrs and address. Mr. Scabrooh has just completed hie "Com gritathm of the Criminal Statuses in this ?Stute" ?met whi...

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. — 14 January 1871

BUCKWHEAT! N EW HULLED BUCKWHEAT just received. K ENT?CKY CRACKERS, Cr.atn, Ginger, ^Ernted and Soda. s UGARS nnd COFFEE at Reduced l'rices. Sugar House Syrup. Common Molasses. Durham Tobacco. FANCY CANDIES, French Pope. Gum Drops, Cream, &c. B ROMA, SARDTNES, &c., nnd a Fresh Variety of Gooda at the co cr t iio use s tore, Market-Street, iOHN A. HAMILTON. dec 3 It OngEVERY VARIETY Juat Received by. BRIGGMA.NN & CO. Icndy Made Clothing. Shucs, [ats, Groceries, r?"*c Wines, Li ??? qwors Ate, Pttrter, etc., constantly en hand. HAVE now on ham! an line a ioi of SEW ING MACHINES as can he bought nnwbcro in the United States. This Ma chine is constructed on a new principle of rocchanicism, possessing rare and valuable Improvements. Satisfaction guaranteed. "Wo haye a fine lot of COOKING STOVES at very LOW PRICKS. Call and examine our STOCK, and if \vc donH please you. we Bhall not make a grum face it you don't buy. We will buy COTTON and nil other PRU> DUCE, giving the hig...

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. — 14 January 1871

BUCKWHEAT! NEW HULLED BUCKWHEAT just received. ^JSJWfflB l K ? *wm\\ ENT?CKY CRACKERS, Cr-atn, Qiugcr, jfEruteu ?od Soda. SUGARS and COFFEE at ttoduced Prices. Sugar House Syrup. Common Molasses. Durham Tobacco. FANCY CANDIES, French Pops. Gum Drops, Cream, etc. BROM A, SARDINES, &c, nnd a Ficsh Arariety of Goods at tho COURT HOUSE STORE, Market-Street, JOHN A. HAMILTON. dee 8 ly FALL GOODS!?! Oeg&VERY' VARIETY Just Received Uy. KHKJWMANN & CO. lendy Made Clothing, Shoes, its, Groceries, &c. P?'?-c Wines, Li ???inors Ale, Porter, etc., constantly en ha?d. HAVE now on hand ns fine a lot of .SEW ING MACHINES mi can be bought nnwherc in tho United States. This Ma chine is constructed on a new principle of racohanicism, possessing rare and valuable Improvements. Satisfaction guaranteed. Wo haye a fine lot of COOKING STOVES at very LOW PRICKS. Call and examine our STOCK nnd if wc do irk please yon, we shall not. make a grum face if you don't buy. We will buy COTTON and al...

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 January 1871

? t'A.VlHt. <t/a '?mh:>/.;<?i ...TWO DONARS PiilliANklM. int.Vi taotiu# Volume 4. 05-0.6 A/TST13 OTIR,J! saturday M.?nm _ J_._:_._=_!_* . -{ ALWAYS IN advakcs, l^tTMliifiE 49 THE ORANGEBGRG NEWS :o> PUBLISl ISTGr] ? Saturday mniing, | 1^5*^W'?v;fTt i s? OnltLdp^JW^Sift j4<#.\f:*3.,. $1.00 ?CJlnb of NowwSubacribfa-3,?wm.re?clvo ail m*T*mQt?Wt TOrVw. df. ^, .change. ^Brjf^aWt)ndij^pW^ JDGLi?RS, for" a. Ct?b of ~Now Subscribers, will rccelve 4fb EXTRA COrY for SIX MONTHS, frod of mil ?13 '* iW??8 *ft ADVERTISING, i g Km? *&-, -?-v.a.w "A1 Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or aco. ?Administrator's Notices; .;.:.....'&> 00 Notices of Dismissal of ColTfr^c^^dvertisements inserted upon the most liberal tonus. ?. - f* "f j T'L . '// ' nlAitRTAOK and FUNERAL NOTICES, not exceeding oho Square, inserted without to?fuV*?ati is " . ' > iw* Terms Cash in Advance. "XBe ?E ABROOK, BROWNING, c? t?vf rn oil i.i" xsd --. >?. < ? a _ :? /o/./.JMAU X J^iAl?^ ? _ATTOU...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 21 January 1871

? , ,^^.{TMil i,<i? o'iri ?r?7 rtj^iuvsiHoopu am ? . u ... ? ^ 1 .a* "w ' .-p^"^-?^-?-'-^-?-^-^==^===^-=^^^ w"IVJtn I 11 '' 1 * 1 1111 ">''?''??' ' ' ' ' ' >_. in, " ~ WT-,-;-?:_..t ... ' ., , ? ? V "J"-' e "T~-,. . i.^w Volume 4. ?. ? lUtl 'tltf. ;? ,? ?? ,1*0 i?;t ni _-._:_:__l_fc^ saturday M?g ..??i;77 i i off ew.mJ oil iLif'tr mid ? -{ ALWAYS IN ADVANCE i f4 ?ailv' N?MBEK 49 THE ORANGEB?RG NEWS ?UBLIS jNTO _ Satnr OBANGEBtHtsTTCfts C?MP?tfV ?n*CdpySfirSf* |f4ter..::$J.. $$.00 " 'Club of Now SubsjoribBM, ?will -fooclvo nh jiiOTk:C^(54?4^fof((M frf^r?,?froo. of. , ?cha^e. ^ A^ona jaudip?.PWE .DOLl/ARS, for a Club of New Subscribers, will, receive" iti EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of w?, i ^Wff BS >t>P. 'AaOVERTiSTNG. , "J 1 Sguare^^st, Insertion....I $1.00 P " * J 2.1 '? .,L0O Iii: ^ $^af^ c^n^Ut? of 10 lines Brevier or ?ntfitfe^'oT^AdvoHt'sllig1 space. Administrator's Notices, .i......'$o 00 00.. the most liberal terms. ' ' P T O O "I T ?frJ?-l-.i '% MARRIAGE an...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 21 January 1871

THE ORANGEBffRG NEWS J, VE1.DEU MKYKHS?Kditob", l'l.SANllAI. AND B?SINKBS MaXAOEB. ?,-.??: _ SATDUDAY, JAN. 21,1871. U1V OF NFAVSPAPERg. 1. Auy person who Jnkcs npnper regularly from tho post office?whether directed to bis name or another?or whether he hns sub BOrrD.d or aot, is responsible for the, pay. 2. Ifpcrsm orders his paper discon tinued, be must pay nil arrearges, or the publisher mny continue to send it until pay ment is made, nnd collect tho whole amou.it, whether It is laken from tho office or not. 3. It' c. subscriber orders his paper to bo *$t>jlpcd'at a certain time, and tho publisher continues tosend it, the subscriber is bound to pay for it if be takes it out of the post office The law prpcoods on tho ground that af|><ulntuliWy fo$wjfut he uses. J \\X-X\w- (Wrrts nave decided that refusing lo take newspapers and periodicals from tha "posS-?fficp. er removing, nnd leaving them uucaWMP^nir tisprtma facie evidence of inten tional fraud. dw iait ?d?Fl*ei Usury ...

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 January 1871

THE OR?NGEBffRG NEWS J. FELDER .MF.YKKS?Kuixop, Ti.n\ncia i, a>;? itcsixKSS Maxagrr. SATURDAY, JAN?Sl, l&l. J . Any person who (nkes npnper regularly from the post office;?whether directed to bis liame or another?or whether ho has sub scribed or mot, is responsible for the. pi) y. 2. If a person orders his paper discon tinued, lie. must pny nil nrrenrges, or the publisher may eoutinue to send it until pay meni is mnde, und collect tIio whole amount, whethor it is taken front tho office or not. 3. If a subscriber ordere his paper to be jJtVppfecli' at ; a Certain time, and tho publisher continues to send it, the subscriber is bound ' to pay for it if he takes it out of the post office The law proceeds on tho groutd that ./tCSfplniult j>ay fotwfiut ho uses. J mXJtiair- wuYls have decided that refusing to take newspapsrs and periodicals from the | "posl-officej or, removing, and leaving them uuce'WMrtor' ite'Jrnrto- facie evidence of inten tion si fraud. ?4> tad?edO** Usur...

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 January 1871

&mmmem\im ?? mW m nimm il .-- marr-rwsaam x r\ a t . ???f fiATURDAr, JAN. 21, 1871. Reduction or Taxes ?Tho recent j Awetsuigai of Real end Personal Prop erty for this Coonty was raised by the Board of Equalisation. We are glad to ' inform our tax-paying reader* that Mr. Ja? Van Tassel, County Auditor, has re 'Oommeedod to the State Auditor a reduc tion of one-third the present TO lent ion. This is praisa-Wortby in Mr. Van Tassel, W ire knew our citisens will be grate ful to him. We hope the recoujruenda <tioa will bd considered favorably. The taxes in this County .are too high, and the County Auditor ban taken the proper .:>??<* hare then, reduced. s?iss.... , - " ? We Regret Uta* the communication ? nil w . ?rem our correspondent B. has beeu crowded cut this Week. We will pub lish H io our next iseue. It ia upou the Tastier of Free Schools ia this County, a wubject that cannot be too widely dis ry, the Daily Republican coined?utile, our esteemed contempora AN 1mpoutan...

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. — 21 January 1871

Ko People's Bakery. NEXT DOOR TO BED (OFFKE?POr East o/ Prtssbytttrian Church, RutscfoSt. 1 am happy to ANNOUNCE to the CITl KENS uf Orangoburgj that I am now PRE PARED, to SUPPLY Pamiloa and C?s?omcra with BREAD,'CAKES, PIES, ahd all other u nicies generally found iu a FIRST CLASS BAKEUY. WEDDING CAKE prepared with great coro to suit the most fastidous tastes. The PATRONAGE of my friends und fol low-idtiscns is respectfully solicited. TI10S.W. ALBERGOTTI. Mrs. ALBERGOTTI returt.s thanks f?r tho Patronage heretofore bestowed, and hopes her friends aud Customers willcontiu uo the same. Sho will keep constantly on hand an r.s eortmont of FRUITS, CONFECTIONARY and FANCY ARTICLES as usual, '"dco 10 8m ___ big red FAMILY COFFEE POT, o.ve noon EAST PRESBYTERIAN CUURCII. IL E. II. PEARSON Have just received and will keep constant ly on hand, oho ot" tho best assorted and cheapest let of COOKING STOVES ever offeved in this market ;TIjST wake Made to order and supplied to Jscrcnants by Whole...

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. — 21 January 1871

10 People's ISiVkory .. . ? ill 0 BED ?Ol' VIZK *n?OJ\ i > ,. ft!..i rv am haopy to ANNOUNCE to the CITl JNS of OrhngeburgC tfc?t I am now PRE AUE? to SUPPLY Pumilus and Cm'oroers with BREAD,- CAKES, PIES, antf'all other articles generally found in a MUST CLASS BAKERY. " - ? WEDDING CAKE prepared with greut caro to suit the most faatidoun tastes. The PATRONAGE of my friends and fel low-uitiicns is respectfully solioited. THOS-W. ALBEKGOTTI. Mrs. ALREKGOTT1 returns thanks for ho Patronngo borefofore bestowed, und hopes her friouds and Customers will eon tin uo the same. She will kccD constantly on hand an r.s sortmont of FRUITS, CONFECTIONARY aud FANCY ARTICLES as usual. ' dec 10 Urn 13 t ?/> \ ? jr. X) FAMILY COFFEE POT, o.ve noon. AST PRESBYTERIAN ?QURCH. IK E. H. PEARSON Have just received und will keep constant ly on hand, one of the best assorted ami cheapest let of COOKING STOVES ever offered in this market Mado to order and supplied to .JScrcnants by Wholesale and Retail...

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. — 21 January 1871

Tho People's Bakery. next door to. REO (OI FEE*i?OT, East of I'rcsbi/tcrinn Church, Russell-St. I am happy to ANNOl'NtJE to the C1TI ZENS of Orhngeburg, that I um now pre PARED to SUPPLY Fnmilee and Cus'oukm-a with BREAD, CAKES, PIB8, and all ?thpr urtioles generally found in a first class RAKERY. WEDDING CAKE prepared with great caro to - nil the most faslidous tastes. The PATRONAGE of my friends and fel low-citiicns is respeotfuliy solicited. THUS. w. albergotti. Mrs. ALBERGOTTI returns thanks for tho Patronage heretofore bestowed, and hopes her friends and Customers will contin ue the ?n inc. Sho will keep constantly on hand an i s sortmont of FRUITS, CONFECTIONARY nud FANCY ARTICLES as usual. dec 10 8m BIG RED FAMILY COFFEE POT, oxe noon EAST PRESRYTFK1AN CHURCH. II. E. H. PEARSON Hare just received and will keep constant ly on hand, one of the best assortod and cheapest let of nor\t.'i vfi eTi"y*r !eS ever offered in this market TTISr WAI$E Made to order and supplied to Mcrotii...

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. — 28 January 1871

\V& 'A <i Ulli TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. )? GOD OXir? <^XJ^TTJB%r. VOLUME 4. SATURDAY MORl^i^iJJ^.tl[ARy^-;^^ 4 ALWAYS IX Ai>vjuses NUMBER 50 THE ORANG-EBdKG NEWS PUBLISHED AT OR A-l^OT^?lTTiO Ew? Saturday Morning. ?? ? ' ? JJY T1TE <OR A^GEBURG NEWS COMPANY ?:o:? Trums or subscription. )<i* Copy for one yoar:... $2.00 *? ?? Pix Months. 1.00 Any one sending TEN dollars, fer a (Mab'of New Subscribers, will reccire an EXTRA COPY for ONR YEAR, froo of ? eliarge. *Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, for'a Club of Now Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, fro* of e hsrgc. ???-??>, < ?:o:? < .-f?> RATES of ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.50 ' " " 2d " . 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or *ne inch of Advertising space. ** Administrator's Notices, .-...$5 00 * Notices'of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executor*. &C.$9 00 , ? a Contract Advertisoments inserted upon the *??L08t liberal terms. -:o:_ MARRTAGE and FUNERAL N...

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. — 28 January 1871

? ? , _ _ ?_?u'" ... " , m, ,. ?? .? ????..?,. .i . - TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, y GOI3 J^NT) OTJIff OiOTJlSTTi!^ '?? -( AliWAYS IN ADVANC? VOLUME 4. _. SATURDAY MORI|INQi JANUARY 28, 187L NUMBER 50 the oranges otrg news ?-.or? PUBLISHED AT KYftry Saturday Morning. <?RA>IGERUR? NEWS COMPANY ?to:? TERMS OF SFTlSrttTPTnN. ?)\\f Copy for one your... $'2.00 <? *? ?' Six Months. 1.00 ?Vny one sending TEN DOLLARS, for a Club of New Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for ONE YEAR, frco of charge. "Any one Bending FIVE DOLLARS, for a Club of Now Subscribers, will receive an EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of eharge. ?:<>:? RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 Square 1st Insertion. Si.50 2d ". 1.00 A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or snc inch of Advertising space. ^Administrator's Notices, .$5 00 I Notices of Dismissal of Guardians, Ad ministrators, Executors, &c.$9 00 . * i Contract Advertisements inserted upon the mc-n liberal terms. ?:o:? MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NOTICE8, no) exce...

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. — 28 January 1871

TE&QRANGEBG&G NEWS -.-,-1?s. J. FELDER MEYERS?EDiTon, ' GEORGE dojlivjek; ? Financial and Business Managet SATURDAY, JAN. 28, 1?U JLAW OF NEWSPAjfen^^T 1. Any person who takes a paper regularly from tho post office?whether dircctod to his name or another?or whether ho hasnub ?oribod or aot, is responsible forthepay. vi2> SJJL "AvjinrssK djidfcrS 7fci$ paper discon tinued, ho must pay all arrenrges, or the s publisher nmy ooniiuuo-to aendjt until pay ment ismade, and collect the whole amount, wb^tlfcr itlstnlerr sVon/tho offlco or not. v Kit. ill ^l?ttwcriusrj6rdors his paper to bo stoppod at_n certain time, and the publisher continues fo*Bcnd it, tho subscribers bound to .piy for- it if he takes it" out of the post office. The law proceeds on the grour.d that a man must pay for wht.t he uses. 4P . 4. The Court's uave decided ihai refusing to 'take newspapers und periodicals from the , pqs^-.ffThce, *or ' romoving ortd leaving them uncalled for inj>nma facit evidence of...

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. — 28 January 1871

j. FELDER MEYERS?Editor, CtEOBGK ISOLXVElt Financial and Business Manaqi SATUHDAY, JAN. 28, or NEWSPA 1. Any person who takes a paper regularly from tho pest offico?whether directed to his name tor - another?or whether he Im? sub scribed or mot, is responsible forthepay. ti&HX'wi&Brstp; Tfcit Jtaper discon tinued, ho must pay all arvenrges, or the -publisher may continue to eendjt until pay ment i? made, and collect the whole amount,. , ** vrfctthef ttlsjnJtcii %-oiaTho cflico or not. flj 41i At 4kuawriharj6Edors his paper to be stepped at a certain time, nnd the publisher continues '?r?end it, the subscribeJkis bound to .ptsytrniniU'if heitaktfejibeut oft he post oOice. The law proceeds on the groui.d that, ^a man must P?y~fer whut he uses. ' 4. - The Courts have decided tknt refusing to 'take newspaper* ond periodicals from the ? ?pe^-.o'mce, 'or vomoving and leaving them m uncalled for is ;>nma/?ciVevidcncc of inteu Journal ist if. > Mr; M. vL David lias retired fro...

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. — 28 January 1871

8^TpBJDAY^A?v 28, 1871. est was hold in Caw-Caw Tuesday hut by Trial Jus r Meyors, ou tho body n. Mr. Meyors nr laea of interment dircciiy shovel'of dirt had beco IbTOfTO upoo the grave; and fioding that ,v; his death* wrtH ono of those which invited investigation by a Jury of inquest, issued ' * WWere for a Jury, aud hud the body /; 'dislttierred. Dr. Kennedy was iu atter dance, and after hoving carefully exam ?uiied the deceased, deposed that his skull waa fractured in a manner to cause ' s? ?'j ' sufficient depression upon his bruin to ????* '1* >> < r? iuduce death; that he made an incision und1 pvti. vwrtum examination, and did ] not thiuk tho injury on his chest sufli eicnt to have caused death. Several witnejpes were sworn, but uo one could tell the cause oi his d< uiiso Thva verdict of the Jury wut. "That the deceased came to his death from in? , juries received from somo uukuown cause, end the exposure undergone sub 1 ^ sequent to their infliction." The facts of...

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. — 28 January 1871

A^Iiy)AY^JAy,23, 1871. est vras held in Caw-Cuw d?bo Tmeday hut by Trial Jus J. Feld ?r Meyers, on t'o body uc! J. Carson, Mr. Meyers ar ilaea of interment directly ?hovel of dirt had bceo upon the grave ; aud finding that his death' wris ono of those which invited investigation by a Jury of inquest, issued veriere for a Jury, aud had the body 'disinterred. Dr. Kennedy was in atter dance, and nfter having carefully exam ined the deceased, deposed that his skull was fractured in a manner to cause sufficient depi-ettsion upon his bruin to induce death ; that he made an inciaiou nod pott, mortum examination, and did not think the injury on his chest suffi cient to have caused death. Several witoejpes were sworn, but no one could tell the cause ol his demise?2 The verdict of the Jury was: "That the deceased came to his death from in juries received from somo unknown cause, and the exposure undergone sub ?K, sequent to their infliction." ? " The facts of the case as far as we have been a...

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