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f&S ORANGEB?RG NEWS
FmAxeiAL AHB Buswass Makaos?.
Oftlrinl "Pawer of the State aad
of OraaKebnrK Coanlj.
8ATDBBJLI, APB1L 19,1873,
Tho Homestead Law.
Article II. Sectio? 32 of onr State
- Constitution relates to the Homestead
IU laat ?ernteneo read? ai follows : "It |
. ?hall . be the dntj of the Uenoral
Assembly, et their first eession, to
enforce the previsions of this section hj
A tenable legislation." "At their first
session," the special session of 1868, the
General Assembly did pass "an act to
~r etermineand perpetuate the homestead.'
Section 4 of this act relates to the limi
tatien of this homestead estate. The
limitation is, of coarse, of major isapor
tsace than the details of appraiasment,
setting off &o., whicb are prorided for
in other sections ef the aet. As to the
limitation, the words are as follows:
"The estate . or right of hoaestead of
ehe head of anj family, existing at his
death, shall continue for the benefit of
hie widow and minor ehildrsn, and be
held* and enjoyed by them until the
youngest ehild is twenty one years of
age/ aad anti! the marriage er death of
the widow, and he limited to that
period/' Here we ha7e the homestead
estate limited to a life estate, with
remainder over to the oroditers of the
hsa'd 'of the family. Now was this
limitation aocording to the intent of the
Constitution ? "The family homestead
? oeeeooe* ?fett be exempt from
attachment, levy or sale cc any mesue
or final process issued from any court"
?re the words of the Constitution.
Wae the family homestead th-.s
exempted by the aet of 1868 7 Waa
not the heasstead actually or virtually
levied upon ander the judgment of the
creditor, and a lien given to said oredi
tor, with enly the- delay of the execution
until the majority of the youngest child
or the marriage or the death of the
widow 7 Certainly sh? was the case.
The judgement creditor already owned
the homestead ef hie debtor, held his
estate in expectancy, and frequently
eold this his property in futuro.
This view seems to have been taken
by the General Assembly. Not only
"at their first session" but at every
session the Legislature has touched up
on this subject.
. In the Aet ef March 13, 1872 it is
provided, "that the homestead, when
assigned as herein prescribed shall vest
in the heads of the family in fee simple,
and be freed from all debts and liabili
ties] whatever so long aa he or she shall
remain resident in this State and no
longer." Here we hare strong terms
expressive of permanent exemption.
But even here there is a condition, "so
long aa b? er she shall remain resident
?to., and no longer." If "ha or she"
left.the State what then 7 Why baok to
tho creditors tho eatate would revert.
Instead of tho Constitutional exemp
tion,, hoeing this- amount ofpropsrty
from all pseeeee of law by whieh the
creditor could ever reach it, tho debtor
had only, o fee- conditional.
This aet a ho baa a pvovisioa by whieh
the head of tho family may sell bis
homestead) upon oonditioa that be buys
another homestead in this State with* the
proteids of its aala. This is- based- upon
tho kindred reason of the preeediog
condition. "The State has a right to
protest herself from pauperism." Sain*
populi inprema Ux.
But the very penalty for not purchas
ing another homestead in this StaU
with the proeeede of the sale of the
trot, (whieh are to be deposited with
tho Sheriff,) shows that the creditor's
' right ie allowed aad that "process Usntd
from a court" one reach tho property !
which tho Constitution says shall be
''exempt from, nay proeees, ko."
The penalty fa that "the Sheriff shall
apply the money so deposited to the
pay meat of the dadVa das from the da
poeitor if any there ha."
At the last session the Generali Aa
sembly retouched the matter and made
a step farther toward* making the ex
etnption peraaanasU and complete. The
Aet of Feb. 22, 1873, Section 2, says:
"after the proceedings have become
fii.sl, the title* to Ihr h?m?'f*d inset off
? - ? ? ? - ?? .? ? II II III
and assigned, shaft bo forevor discharged
from all debts of said debtor than exist
ieg or thereafter contracted.
Section 4. ears, "the homestead so
exempted shall be subject to partition
among all the children of the bead of
the family in like manner as if no debts
Here we have ac unconditional exemp
I tiou and security - of tho homestead to
the debtor "as if no debts existed."
This is what tho CoDstitution intend
This question as to limitation of the
homestead estate and the quality and
nature ef the exemption is, as said, the
most important one in the law. Th;re
are other questious as to who is tbe "head
of a family" and what is the "home
stead" &c, which hare been settled by
The abore is a hurried aud cursory
tracing of the progress of the general
assembly in hitting and carrying out tho
spirit of the Constitution iu this all
The Massacre of Cleu. Canby.
A great rasny people in South Caro
lina hare read the announcement of the '
killiug of Con. Kdward U.S. Caoby
with no feeling of regret. The reason
for this is tbe personal or sectional no
tipnthy for the victim. This however
cannot affect the character er effect of
the deed, whose announcement will send
a thrill along t he currcul communica
tion of civilized life. A national re.ret
attends the ere lit of the shocking death
of Gen. Cauby who was a distinguished
officer of the United States array And
out of this regret conies the enquiry in
to tbe manner of his murder and the
judgement of eoodo-uoatioa upon his
The policy of the United States
go verum? nt towards tho barbarian
Indians who remain untamed by the
influenae of civilization which baa been
gradually surioundiug aud embracing
them, has been one of mistaken kind
ness. Harsh dl/tcipliue and severe sys
tem w is and is needed iu the treat
ment of aavsget all unamenable to
civilization, natur.il aud eternal enemies
to the w ? ite raco tod trr-achcroua beyond
all compare. Forced, bunt and tamed
iuto submission, the Indian should have
been taught by sever* lessons to
respect the power of the government be
fore it was essayed to m ake them grate
ful for its kindness.
Stripped of the drapery of romance
in which tbe early lore of this eooti
nent has invested the red man, he is a
most loathsome eavage. The autoch
thones of this rich soil, tbey have been
an! continue to be its canker-worm,
gradually being extirpated but wonder
ful in tbe tcoueity ef its deadly virus.
The romance of the Indian's fate may
be an exhaustlcss theme for poesy aud
rhctorio, but for the practical purposes
of government in the discharge of its
duty of advancing and protecting the
out posts and frontier of settlement and
population, a . business rule of whole
some discipline mast be established aud
Bad thde boon the o- urse of the
government the Mod >e war would not
have occurred, nor had the brutal Jack
murdered an army officer.
Tho punishment will probably he
condign, and terrible.
Gen... Sherman's army order, say*
something, about extermination.
'Elte -JIe?ropoVilPresa oo alae
Ml or der or<'uu? by.
Tbe New York journals stand thus oa
the murder of Canby by the* Modbcs;
The Tribune thinks that "this frightful
catastrophe it natural and legitimate re
sult of tue oonduet of the Government
during the whoio progress of this petty
war." The Would in quite severe
upon "the canting scoundrels who
have inveigled Grant into* treating a
pack of outlaws us il they were Sunday
school children." Hut the &*! talk* of
"wrongf" on both sides and the Tin\e$
dbeeu't want the peace rmliej abandoned
The Ilhmltt, like tlie Tribune mA World
holds that "at tho present moment it is
certain that we ueed a prompt and vigo
rous military policy rather thaa a peace
policy, however humane and prat newer
thy." It pitches furiously into the
?-UHl- ? - -il.'J'l
INDI AN TIiK.il'II EHY.
CAPTAIN JACK KILLS GENEBAL I. R.
8. CAN BT.
BRUTAL AND CO WARD LT MURDER
OF OM2Y. CA2VBV AND RBV.
[Spteial Teltaram to Columbia Herald.]
Sak Francisco, April 13.
The following art the latest particu
lars received from the Modoc country,
giving tie details of the interview bo
tween the pesos commissioners aud the
Modoo Indians, resulting in the brutal
aud cowardly massacre of General Canbj
and Rer. Dr. Thomas. For several days
previous to the fatal interview, the peace
commissioners had been anxious for a
talk with Captain Jack and the loading
chiefs of the Medoo band. Prospects of
peace seemed better, aa the peace com
missioners had rccsived ardors from
Washington to give the Indians, if thej
thought it advisable, a reservation in
the vicinity of the lava beda. On
Thursday evening, Bogua Charley came
into the camp at the lava beda with the
i.if rmation that Captain Jack, Schooohin
aud three or four others would meet the
peace commissioners on a spot near the
lake, about three quarters of a milo from
camp. He remained in camp all night
and waa joined Friday morning by Boa
ton Charley, who stated that Captain
Jack was coming out to meet the com
missioners. Between 10 and 11 o'clock
Friday morning a party consisting of
General Canby, A. B. Moacham, Dr
Thomas, Mr. Dyar, Riddle the interpre
ter, and squaw accompanied by tbc two
Modocs, weut out te meet the chief.
They were met by Captain Jack. John
Schochin, Black Jim, Shack Nasty Jin ,
Ellin's Man aud Hawker Jim. Bach
had a pistol at hia belt but earried no
gun. They aat in a kind of broken
circle, Canby. Meacham and Thomas
together faced by Captain Jack aud
Schonchin. Dyar stood by Jack, hold
ing his horse, with Hawker Jim and
Shaek Nasty Jim to the left. Meacham
made the first speech, giving a long his
tory of what lbs commissioners wan'.e 0
do for lbs Indians, and was followed by
Canby and 1 homes, each iu turn speak,
ing for some time. Captain Jack ap
peared very serious, and talked for some
time. When he fiouhed speikin.^, be
retired to the resr near where Meacham's
boric waa hitched. Sehunuhin then
began a speech, and had hardly com
menced when Djar hoard a cap miss fire
and, looking round, suw Captain Jack
te hia leit with a pistol poiutcd at Gene,
ral Canby. This waa the aigoal fur a
ganeral saaseaere, and a dosen shots were
tired inside of half a minute Dyar,
after hesring the eap miss fire, turned
aad fled followed closely by Hawker
Jim, who fired two shots st him. Dyai
ran, atill pursued by the Indian, but
finding himself too closely prossod drew
his Derringer, whereupon Hawker "Jim
retreated. Dyar then returned to camp
Captain Jaek fired at Canby, who ran off
to tbc left, but was apoedily shot down
and killed inatantly. Meacham was
shut zl by Schonehin sad wounded in
the head. He tried'to- draw hie Der
ringer, when two Indians ran up and
knocked him down. Dr. Thomas was
almost instantly killed receiving two
pistol ahoi? in the head, Ridley ran
off. The Indians did not fire at him,
but knocked his squaw down. Dyar,
Riddle and aqu'iw returned safely to
camp. Intelligence of the mass iere waa
first received'in camp through the officer
.at the signal station, and two batteries
under Colonel Miller and Major Truck
morion, started for the seene, which wsa
reaohed after 5 minutes march over the
broken rocks. Three Indians were secu
running round the cd.'e of the lake on
their wsy baek to their rooky fastnesses.
Meacham wae found about a hundred
yards west of the place of meeting bsdly
! wounded with a pistol shot ever the eye.
He was earried back to eatnp in a feeble
condition. Dr. Thomas was found fifty
' yards further om Ilia d -d body wss
j lying, face downward stripped- to the
waist. Cunby'a body lay about one
hundred yards to the southward entirely
node, with two pistol shots in the head.
From Colonel Gilen it is learned the
Indians bad also attacked Colonel Ma
son's camp on tho east bide of Tule lake,
ih? attack being Mmm!?"*?! hi the
Indians firing on Lieutenants Boyle and
Sherwood, who hsd wondered a few
hundred yards outside of the picket
Hoes. Sherwood was shot through the
arm and legs, but Boyle escaped injury.
Both got safely back to camp. The
greatest excitement prevails among the
troops in camp and the b tterest feeling
is manifested teward the Indians.
liomance of Crime.
The unhealthy' romance of crime
which hsa seemed for ujonths to taint
the very atmosphere, aeta with most star
tliug effect upon the susceptible nature*
o* young men from filteen years of age
and upward and the infection seems
larmingly on the increase in all tbe
large cities of the nation. The career
of Foster from the time of bis committal
of the car-hook murder through all the
desperate chances aud expedients of the
subsequent two years uutil tho last sad
aceoe of all has proved the most fruit
ful of emulation. Two young men, one
iu New Hampshire and another in New
York, moved by tho morbidly fusoiua
liag socouuta of tho execution could not
resist the tompation to test the seusa
tious of the "drop," but iu both instan
ces the arrangements woro so tearfully
correct that tbe youthful experimental
ista were left dangling in mid air, the
victime of aniutentional auicidc. ? Even
ing Bulletin. .
[Frost the Nawberry (S. C.) Herald ef
March 12, 1873.)
Nkwbkrbv, S. C, March 3, 1873.
MESSRS CUL VER BROTHERS:
It is with pleasure that we cemmend your
Farmer Cooking Stove to the generul publio.
They are an absolute household necessity at
this time, especially when so muck ?f domes
tic duty and management depends more or
less upon our wiye? and daughters. The
Stove is as simplo and beautiful a construc
tion as it is rapid and reliable in its work.
In a word, it is as near perfect as it ean be.
John P. Kinard, J. K. O. Nanee,
J. C. 8. Brows, Isaac Herbert,
C. Mc'-'rackea, A. Longshore,
John Abrami, 1). P Hawkins,
W. F. Metis, 1). P. Harris,
Jss. Losier. 8. Wens.
C. M Williams, B. F. Qriffiu,
H. Suhor, M. Leugshore,
T. J. Keel, Mrs. A. Holding,
L. Dicket, J. P. Williams,
11. W. Suber, J. M. II. Hint.
D. 8. Holle, J. W. (...i.Am,
J. D. Epps, J. F. Oxner,
J. W. Rhoadei. M. R?o lcr.
Sasnuel Abrami, M. C. LoiiaUor?,
M. L. Young, J. C. Stewart,
J. B. Johnsen, W. L. Waters,
H. Ucndricks, W. M. Kinard,
Levi Slawadkk Jac< b Kibler,
J. B..Fle*dJh <i. W. Andrews,
B. 8. Bat tod, J- S. Pin a,
James Gsrrett, L. Lor.gihcT*,
W. B. Petersen, Wni. A. Fair,
Joan 8. t ook. John Mcv. ar.er,
J H. Booser, W. Dorroh,
A. C. Iloll'.ngswurtb.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN V,
Cot'KTT oa .Nxwj-.nr.r.
I certify thst 1 anPacquaintcd '.vltli J^h:.
P. Kinard, J. C. 6. brewn. an 1 eher?,
whsie names are appended tu the Ioreft.,,ufe
recommendation, that ihey are reputable
enizens of Mvwberry county, and entiroiv
worthy of credit,
Qiven under say hand and seal ef office
thii Marek 3, 1878.
WARREN M. FF.AGLE,
Deputy Clerk, Newbeny county,
[From the Abbeville (3. C.) Press X. Bannt-r,
Jan. 15, 1873 ]
Adbsvillk, 8. C. Dec. 10, 1872.
MESSRS CULVER BROTHERS.
We cheerfully grant you permission to
nse our aames as you see piopt-r in com
mendalioa of your Farmer Cooking 8teve,
ter we regard it as being altogether the
best cut.kiag stove in use. It is all that is
desirable in a Steve, for it is simple in
construction, has no dampers or uuea to
bum eat, aud bakes quick and beautifully.
We bespeak for you a libers I patronage
from our aeinhbers and friends, believing
as we do that uoue ?ho purchase one of
these stoves will ever ri-great it. but will
consider it a rare prise iu these days, when
good coeka are so- hard to get. Yuur enter
prise merits success, and ire &?pe yeu will
J W Jordan, John Jenes, J D Noel,
U P Noel, S Tidbertr W MeCaia,
.lames Harnes, J V Britt, P Tucker,
John Hagaa, W Watkia*. J B Pruitt,
J E Bell, Jlenry Bowie, A Hall,
W B Bowie, Juo. Vance. T V Pruitt,
I D P Hannah, M C Rivers, C Jones,
t 8 W Nichols, 8 II Cook, J C Hall.
8 O Young, J Jordan. M Freeman
I W Wiekliffe, J Oruwell, V Sharp,
|J M Pruitt, AJ Weed, W A Hall,
A J Cliokseales, T 0 Hill, Burt Riley,
Jav Thosaeson, 0 W Uowen, Wim. Coek,
J I) Alewioe, A Ever. JTCheatlmm,
KTayler, B Rilcy. H M Prince,
M L Ashley, W Pooihee, 8 W Brooks,
M Acker, 11 B Davenport, J S Shirley,
Was. Hagaa, J J Acker, J M Jordaa,
J C Foeshee, W C Cromer 6-P Uueall,
J. ? Adams, W P Anderson, W M Webb,
J D Peeshe?, T R Puekett, W Whit ley,
R V Aebet. ? J Bpftag, P A Trioble.
STATS' OP SOUTH CAROLBNA,
AsaavitLK Couniy, Jaauary 14, 1873.
I. L. D. Bowie. Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas said* f>eneral Session?, for
county and Sla e aforesaid, do hereby
certify that I am personally acquainted
with the stove signers, and take pleaaure in
naying that tbey are severally honorable
gentlemen, and are men of credit and un
doubted veracity. I will add that Messrs
Culver Brothers have sola several huadred
of their Farmer Cooking f*te^es in iWi
county, sad, so fsr a? I hwve hsa1 d, they
give universal satisfaction.
L. D. BOWIE.
. april 19_ *t
IN TlMsV CdkURT OF I'KOBATK.
WnsssAS, Newton 1. W. Sistrunk made
suit te me to grunt to him Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate and' effects of
Mrs.* Ann Sistrunk, late of Orangeburg
These are therefore to cits and admonish
all snd singular tho Kindred and Creditors
of the said deceased, to be and appear be
fore mo at a Court of Probate for the said
Count ?, to be holden at Orangeburg on the
.">:<h di / of May, 1873, at 10 o'clock A.
M. to show oauso if any, why tSa- said Ad
ministration should not be g!?aneed\
Uiven under ray hand aad the Seal ef my
Court, this 18th day of April., A. s>. 1878.
snd iu the ninety-seTent h year of American
AUG. B. KNOWI.TON.
[1.8.1 J.i?tg?? ef Preba?* O. C.
kpl IV ?-'?
MRS. CS. MAULE,
Tnk?? pleasure in announcing tt her Cus
tomers nnd the Public in general that ab?
ha? opened her SPRiNG STOCK consisting
of tbe LATEST STYLES of
Thankful for paat favor?, ehe respeetfullj
solicits a continuanea of tbe aatne.
A 8PECIALTY?Dress Making, Catting
and Fitting Carried on usual by Mrs. ?.
Country Orders respectfully solicited and
will meet witb prompt attention.
apl 19 1m
Sale Under Mortgage.
By virtue of a Mortgage from J. M. Pen
nington to Bull, Scovilli Pike,dated March
26, 1872, and witb the eonaant of parties, 1
will ?eil at Ornngtburg Court House, on
Tuesday, the 6th duy of May next for caah,
two Mulea and eae Four Home Wagon.
apl Hi -id W. H. JulNKR, Agent.
Notice of Dismissal.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT eae
Month f om date I will file say laal
aeeeunl witk tha Honorable Aag. B. Eaewl
tou. Judge of Probate for Oraagebarg
County, as Guardian ef Joaeph M. and
Daniel J. Griffin, and ask for Letters of Dis
missal. JOHN F. 6RIFF1N,
April 16th, 1873. Caerdiaa.
apl 19 las
By virtue of Sundry Executions to ma di
rected, I will sell to the highest bidder, at
Orangeburg C. H.. on the FIRST MON
DAY in May next, FOR CASH, all the
Rigbt, Title and Interest of ibe Defend
anta in the following Property, via :
1. One tract of land containing 400 acrea
more or less, in Ornngeburg County, bound
ed on the Northenst by Columbia Road, Rant
by lands formerly of H. C. Wannamaker,
South and West by T. K. Saaportaa.
6. One tract in aaid County containing
390 acres morn er leas, bounded en tbe
North and West by land of O. Farnnu.
East by the tract above described, and West
by laud of T. K. Sasportaa Levied on tbe
property of Gosper lnabinet at the suit of
AU that trnet er parcel of land in aaid
County, containing \2\ acres, with Dwell
ing House and other 1 inprovenirnts. being
tract whereon J. Hamilton Felder now re
sides, bounded on the Ruuth by the Orange
burg Road, and on all other sidea by lands
ef J Hamilton Felder Leviod on as the
property of J. Hamilton Felder at the auit
ef Thomas W. Mellichamp.
One Buggy. Levied on as tbe preperty of
Joel R. VYhetsell at tbe auit of John F. and
Laura 8. J. Jackaon.
At Lewiaville. (beginning at 11 o'elock on
Monday and continuing from day te day
until the whole ?i<v-k i? di?po?e?l of.) all th*
S ock of Goods in Storr. of WinfiMd Clark,
eouaistingsof I??y Goods, Groceries, Shoee.
Hat?, Crockery, Tin Ware, &C. Levied on j
on the property of Winfield Clatk at the |
auit? of i'eake, Opedyke i Co. and other*. |
Ob Tr.?fc?*v at tbe re-aidejrre pf tlie De
fendant Ml hnshnls Corn. Levied en as tbe
property of Calvin (iutguard at the suit of
WudV nnd Nancy Gadsdrn.
Sheriff- Oflee. ) E. I. CAIN,
Mrangehnrg C. II. S. C. V 8. O. C.
Apl. l^th, 1ST1. J
apt 19 td
'?VTOTICE TO ('Mt^l>l^tlMae.??
I ^ All persons having demands agaiaal
the K.tate of D 0. Hunt, decided, and all
per?nns indebted to ssid Estate will present
the xatne and mak<* payment to the uadar
bigued within three mouths from this date.
JOHN P. RPIOKNF.R,
Febrnary 11th. lt*73. 16 td
Ornngcbiirg?Its I'rbatc Court.
I). I. Tuity. is. /'. M. Houitr, Admr. John
All persons having claims against the
Estate of tlic lato John A. Kein are requesl
ed 10 present and prove their respective de
man Is before thi* Court on or before the
twenty-ninth day of April, IH73, to w'u'iek
date tke further bearing of the above en
titled action is continued.
A. i?. KNOWLTON.
april 6 8t
Delinquent Land Sales,
J E L Amaker, 1017
P A Fertick, 20.
Daniel Friu, 69
Snm'l Footman, 72.
Estate L E R Myers, 181.
W N M Rarl. 289.
Estate Paul Spigner. 95.
Davio F. Zeigt er, 1200 acres.
R. A. Williams. Town Lot. IP70 "H '72.
Est. ef J. D. Mettx, or E. 0 rooks 80* aeres,
8 Building?, 1870'71 12.
Eat. ef John McKlhany, 300 acres, 5
Buildings, 1870 71 '72.
Martin Thomas, Town Lot, 1871.
R O M Rerry, 800.
' J Felder, 70.
Caw Cojv Township.
Angus McLean, 165aores.
C J Felder, Guardin I3*>.
Mary A I nabln Ott, 8?0.
W P Patrick, Agent Eatate of A 8 Rush,
Smart Summers, 18.
W D Stabler, Agent for J E stabler 135.
Daniel Stobio, 147. R.
Sarah Tr'.ad, 75. "
Mary C Ulsner, 450. ??
T P Wannamaker, 250. "
Cow Cattle Township.
Thomas Pulaski, 270.
Robt Govan, 616.
G A Kurlick, 200.
W B Livingston, 894.
F Livingeton, Guardun, &00.
F. Livingston, Agent, 149, R,
Martin Livingston, 119.
Estate Sara'l Peaseon, 80i
Mia Ann. Simons, 180.
J A A rant, 50.
.? C An-ui. ???.
Mary M DaatxUr, 100, R.
Jim Kenncrly, 96.
T ? Rickenbaker, ib.
O ob dl and Towntkip.
John R. Aeb, 832.
Margaret E Argot, 200, lt.
John W Davit, Agent for Minor?, 666.
J H Morgan, 87, R.
O L Pbillipa, 189.
Ja? W Touag, 66, R.
Morgan Qariok, 230.
Nero Bloom, 91, E.
Jerome MoMichael, 1686.
Alonso Milhoaa, 463.
David Sharpsen, ?79.
Joka C Whetetone, 737.
Lyon't To tent hip.
A II Hackerpiller, 00, "
J W HuDkerpilUr, 60.
Rachel Haiglsr. 200.
E R Danliler, 100.
J L Daotxler, 100.
Allen P Danttler, 62, R.
J B Hunter. 104.
Estate D R Hunkerpiller, 164, R.
J W Stroman, Agent for Dantsler, 116.
T W Str?men, Agent for Est A Stroman,
8 B Smith, Agent, 400.
New Hope Toxcnthip.
D N Staly, 130, R.
Berj Byas, 586.
Anthony Good son, 4. R.
Jaa P Mays, one towa lot. ?*
Haine Mere, 19C. "
Mrs- Mellon, 7.
Pharah Rabinson, one town lot.
G Herbert Ssss, one town let.
I state 8eligman one town lot.
T K Sasportas^S town let* and IC50 aeres.
Fine Grove ToienaMp.
C R Taber, 1G00,
8am'l W Boekhart, 700.
Nero Chavis, 130.
Estate A R Dash, 1030.
Estate Adam Felder, 181.
Peter Ranson, 131.
Beajamin Johnson, 272.
London Lawrence, 90.
Adam Palmer, 130.
T C Perkins, 20. R.
Elisabeth Rush, 846.
A M Stone, 34. R.
7Vo> j Unet Tovnrkip.
Jo . Keitl, 50 aeres.
Handy Johnsen, ?tl acres.
I? J Avinger, t}3.
D 11 Dantiler. 127.
L D D.nntrl.r, Guardian for C B Dants
ler. 143. R.
John T (irifhn. 100.
April Grant, 131.
William P. Kielt, 5?,
Frank Pnuiling, 131.
Caroline J A Sbules, 150. E.
John D Shulor. 69.
8am D Bhuler, 142.
G W Thompson, 100.
Mrs M A Thomas, 48. E.
Roe?.'y Grove TV.*****/.
Martha A H Boylssoo, 136
Saw Bush?, 60. R.
Wm Brows, 18. ?
Mary 0 Felder, 222.
Joseph Wdfe, 3291
Maek Avinger, 100 E.
D E Dantiler. 442.
Susan E Keitt. 341.
Mrs M L Cannon, 98.
Marion B Que, 600.
Jasob Hydrick, 400.
James Hsgan 37.
Jobm M Jennings, 50. R.
W B Matheny, 100. "
C O Stephens, 330. "
Andrew Aeadsaan, 33. "
Hansford Stewart, 800. "
Zion Totem kip.
A A Connor, 226-. ??
Andy Frunklin, 6, ??
Elisa Franklin, 25. ?*
Ann B- Ftxrchess, 220.
Peter Jacobs, 36. "
W N Mount Agt for R S Monnf, 750. R.
Henry B Nellies, 66.
Pursuant to "An Aet" to amend An Aet
entitled An Act Providing? for the Assess
ment and Taxation ef property, pasaed
September 15, 1868, and all Aets Amenda
tory thereto. Approved March 19, I8?2
Notice is hereby given that tbe whole of the
eeveral Parcels, Lots and parts of Lots of
Real Estate described in the preceding list,
or so muck thereof as Will be necessary to
pay the Taxe?, Penalties and Assessments
charged thereon, will bo sold by Treasurer
of Orangeburg County, Snath Carolina, at
his Office iu said County, on the First Mon
day, (fifth) of May, A. D. 1878.
Unless said Taxes, Assessments aad Pen
alties be paid before that time: aad snob
Sale win be continued from day to day until
al! of aaid Parcels, Lots and parts of Lots of
Heal K si ate shall be sold or offered for sale.
Sa id lands to be Sold and Convoyed in yes
timpU without sny right of redemption.
JAS. Van TASSEL,
Auditor's Office, County Auditor, Orange
bur g County, April 11th, 1873. 2
IN THK COUBTOF PROBATK.
WnaatAS, George Bolivor, Clerk of the
Courts of Gencrsl Sessions and
Pleas of said County, hsth asado suit to me
to grant him Letters of Adminis?railon of
the Estate and Effects of Sera a. Buenaker,
late of said County, deceased*
These are therefore to to eitw and admen
ich all aa**} singular the kindred and Credi
tors of the said Sarah Blnnaker, deceased,
that they be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate,-to be held at Orsnge^urg
Court House en the 17th day a? May aext.
after publication' hereef, at 11 o'clock in
the foreuoecH anew cause. If any they
have, why rhv said? Airol? hwrwtter? should
not be (trantetl. ? Sons? It
?jHewa under save hamd, Shis 4th day ef April
Asmio Daciini 187H.
I At. 1 Mn.. * RaW^Sjsjajffie
Fiobste Judge, O. C.
I spl '? 81
I .a pleated to ann?anot te the public,
that A TOURNAMENT will take place at
Orangebarg 8. C, on the tret day ef Ma/.
The good eiliieaa of Charleston through the
influenae ef our wert by HERALD, keen
contributed handsomely te our litt ef Priens.
The list of Knights for the neatest is being
rapidly filled up. All these desirous of
entering, eaa do so by giving tee their
names oa er befwre the SOlh day of April, ae
after ibis day the list wilPbe eloted.
J. W. PATRICK.
Orangeburg 8. C,
April 12 tf
- - *
Oto. I oliver Admir. O. Ar ant re. Jacob^Ar4*f$ ?
BY order of tbe Judge of tbe First Circuit
all persons having claims against tbe Estate
of the late Christian A rant arc requested te
present end prove their respective demand*
before me, at Orangeburg, So. Ca., on er
before the twenty-eighth day of April, 1873.
C. B. GLOVER,
April 6 fit s ii i
I?robato (ourt Orafljfcburg.
NOTICE it hereby given that on tbe 20tb
day ef May, 1873, I will file my finaljse
coant as Adminiatrater of the Eel ate of
Conrad Crider, in the Probate Court ef said
County, and will apply for my final dis
charge.. > jeT..
. Admir. Conrad Crider,
april 6 *?H?*j .
IN THE COURT OF PROBATK
Whereas, Geerge . Bofiver, Clerk ef tbe
Courts of General .Sessions and Commea
Pleat, of aaid County, bntb applied te see
for Letter.? of Adminiatratieo en the Estate
end Effects of Lawrence Avinger, late ef
Orangeburg Cennty, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admeaitb
all and singwlar the kindred and Creditere
of the said) eWeeaserh te be and appear, ?b*
fore me, ml n Court of Probete for the eaie>
County to be bohlen at Orangebarg, en tin*
17tb day of May 1877, at 10 o'clock A.
M? to show canse if any, Why tbe said Ad-*
ministration ebonld not be granted.
Given under my Hnnd and the Seal ef Ceert,
tbia 4th day of Apl A. D. 1873, and in
the ninety-se* nth year of Americaa Inde
[L.8.] A Use, B. kROWLTON.
apl 6?2t Probate Judge, O C.
Ali persons who
taken, will please
come forward at
once, as I will
close my business
at this place by
the 15th May.
C. D. BLUME,
maf 22 at 50 at
Notice of Dismissal.
\f OTICK TS IIERRHT GIVEW THAT
]^ one mom h tram date I will lie my finer1
aeeenai with the Hontrable Aug. B. Euewl
toe, Judgt of Probate for Orangeborg Ceua
ty. aa Rxeetfttvr ef the Estate ef Mrs. Di
anen Beaeh-, d<ee'd, ?nxr'.ank for Letters ef
JAMES t IELAR.
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