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Two heads are better thaa one?os
poeially io a barrel,
A Chicago minister is affeotionally
advertised aa being 'out of a job.'
A Now York dentist gives a premium
ebromo for ov*ry tooth h* draws.
nr. Bstonm has offered one thousand
dollars for tho 'nineteen bricks.'
TI?$ni ore over 200 buildings in course
of ?b%sfra&foniu Raleigh.
AIoqbo Dante Arnold Butler is the
namn ofat? Illinois poot of tho orus
Tha Brooklyn Argus is of opinion
that a kind word willjalways go futther
The editor of tho Now Berlin Gazette
wants to trad* his Midland railroad stock
for atrold setting hen. J
A Wewrn'riapor announces tho doath
ofa lady celebrated for tho 'purity of
her character and oomplozioa.
O.t^t^er. cremation ! Wo have to
earn Wr;l^v?ng~snd we don't wont to
be compelled to urn our dea 1.
A Connecticut horse thiof awapod a
fin* animal for a oonplo of copper watch
es. ,^fo ^nflated ourrancy 'for him.
AdHbeproperty of ?Tho Fair of the
CaroHnaa' will bo sold at auction in
Charlotte on Thursday, the 7th of
Ait man /writing poetically of the
weather says: ?The backbone of win
ter ia broken, but its tail wags yet co- j
Some ambitious Cinoinnatinns wants
that city to be 'known as the modern
Athena, probably bceauso of her much
Grote*!. %m V*
Orleans crusadirs announ
ces that 'the horns.of the ungodly shal 1
be put .down ' That is where horns a re
generally put. .. .
Thej.Danb^ry ;News man says: 'There
ia nothing that wijl ohm 30 a man so
muoh.asas great griof, unless it ia shav
ing off his mustache.'
A bootblnpk painted in 'rude letters
upon his box'Centennial Shine.' That
boy is. .both patriotic and shrewd, and
sets ?n example.
A-custom house man writes tint be,
has heard ladies of refinement, wealth
position 'and education lie a customs
officer out of countenance.
Bald Mountain is at its trick
It has- been rumbling
Tha Ohio legislature has introduced1
a bill fixing a fine of from five to fifty
dollars for pointing any kind of firearms
at ft'person, loaded or 'unloaded.'
Butler will bo fifty-six joars old ooxt
Novenbsr. The proposal to mike the
annivcrr-ary of his birth a day of nation
al fasting .and prayer exeites much en
thuBiasmr. . . .
A Delaware man committed sincide
aimply because soraa one left a basket
and a-baby on his front stops. He was
afraid Jburiwife would object to. step
(Augustus Goodwin, colored, killed
Calvin Jinkias on the Carolina Central
Railroad,'in* North Carolina; last week
and"immediately escaped into South
Among several other items of gonera 1
intelligence, a Missouri paper mentions
tha followisigi 'The 8tat? kkif^or from
this district is a liar, a coward aad a
horao thiof, and he oan find us in our
office any time during business hours.'
The xtppsweli cotton mills of Mr.
John Thompson, in Elbcrt County, an
Broad River, G&i, wore burnod u fow
?ighta sine*. ,2he mills wer* insured
for^53,500 and; $12,000 was tho vslns
of tho property.
: The expenses of tho Post Office De
partthont, during the next fiscal year
will bo about 82.500,000 larger than
tha expenditures of the present year.
Thoinoroass of railway "postal service,
during iha past twelve months, has beon
about 6,000 miles, most on new
Mayer Bur roll, who was initated int o
Ilobokcn Lodge of Free Masous, has
instituted suit agsinst tho lodge for the
recovery of the initation fee with in
tereat, bcoauso ho ia unable to Uk* the
second degr?o and, desires to jeitTe- the
order. Tha ease exoitesAon siderabl*
: Mr. Lows/ in hisji/ldrass to th* con
stituen.o^oXlfefr^iondon Univorsity says
" that "tho man who prefers custom to
? law, nppounoes n principle whioh would
stereotype srar abu.?i and substitute the
blind guesses of barbarism for the clear
snd well-considered conclusions of a
Weston, tho famous walker, has an
nounced that he will on dar take to walk
600 miles in' ai? conaooutiv* days, and
?n one ofths days to walk .1 If) miles in
twenty-tbur hours.v Ho will sontmsnc*
Maj 11, >? A??rican Inatitnte Hall,
Now York. Ho considers tha aeuom
^ishment of th? feat *hn limit of man's
Stephens on Grant.?A correapori -
dent os ths Petersburg News has later,
viewed Ho?. Alex. II. Stophona, who
thus expressed hlmsolf ob Grant; .
1 hare known him; I may any inti
matolv, since ths commission weot to
Hampton Roads. I met him then at
City Point. I regard him as a good and
conscientious man, and believe he has
the good of the country at heart. The
thousand things whioh have been said
of him have boen underserred. Peoplo
should remembor that he does not make
bad laws, but only oxeoutes them. He
has no discretion left him to do other
wise. I regard his recent acta looking
to the restoration of the rights of the
State as full of hopo for the country.
Grant means well, and is ho could have
controlled affairs, we would hwo had
far less trouble in our reconstruc
THE ORANGEB?RG NEWS
Financial and Iirsixxss Manaoxr.
Official Paper e>r the State and
of* Ornngebnrs Connty.
jar 777A" ORANGEIWRG NEWS HAS
A LARGER CIRCULATION THAN
ANY OTHER PAPER IN THE CO UN
SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1874.
? Any party that refuses to govorn
' hontstly wisely and well, cugltt to be
kicked out of powor at the first opportu
nity. And that is just what isgning to
happen to the Republican party iu this
State unices it comes to the "right about,
forwnrd, double quick," in a hurry.
People are getting heartily sick of the
steuiing and knavery in general that
has been going on iu our ranks for the
lagt few years and if we wish to pre
serve our organization' we must do bet
ter than we have been doing. Scoun
drels must be incontinently jerked from
their high places aud honest men be
allowed to have some show , in j,\c
government. All thin we oan do easily
enough in our_ovu ranks if we are only
?ojV;<pY8cd. If we are not s > disposed
Bwuaple wili take matters Into their
own hands and do it anyhow.
Tho idea of a noblo party being
ruined and disgraced by a paok ot
thieves who have had things in their
own hands so long that they are beginiog
to think they own the whole State and
everything in it! And yet this very
thing will be sure to happen unless we
take bold and decided steps tovard
reform in every branch of the govern
Let us take such steps, and take
them i\t once.
Foundling.?On Friday night, the
17th instant, at 11 o'clock, a colored
man, named Allen, employed at the liv
ery stable of M r. Raaor, attractod by
the unusual noise of the dogs, went to
the front door on a tour of observation,
and, hearing the orhs of a ehild, went
to its assistance, and fouud it iu a bas
ket, placed on a stoue near the door.
Natural feelings prompted him to take
to the house of his omoloyors, whaa
femalo neighbors wore called together ,
and a natural instinct induced them to
find a place whore it could be prot ected
and nursed. The little ' bouncing baby
boy," was deposited in a large willow
basket, filled with clean white eotton,
neatly arranged around him, and provi
ded with a quantity of nice clothing,
and a large flask of milk, which was
quite warm. The following note, al
dressed to parties in our city, was found
in the banket.
'Accept the little foundling, and be a
mother and father to it. Never fear
the parentage; it i$ pure. Let that
knowledge satisfy you, without ever
trying to fathrm what will ever remain
unknown.? Greenville Republican.
A Little Girl Killed nv Red
Ants.?The Opelika (Ala.) Observer,
of the 10th inst., says: ''Mr. F. G.
Jones informs ns of tho singular death
|-ef a little colored girl,on his farm, near
Auburn. '1 he girl went to some sill
that had been used for ho purpose of
outting up meat, on whioh there was a
large number of red ants. While asleep
the ants, by ths hundred, made au at
tack on the child, and when she awoke
she was literally covered with them,
and all busy biting and stinging. Tbej
were so forocious that a woman on tho
place had to sweep them off with a
brush broom. The bitting and sting
ing were so tery serious that fsver tw
ined, which coupled with tho poiao a of
the bitee, produced death two days af.
Two young white boys of Oberleetoa
have been sentenced to one year in the
ponitentiftry, for highway rebbtry.
There is to bp a tub race in Caradon
od tha 15th of May.
Two negro boys quarrelled the othe r,
day at Kingsville, aud one of them waa
killed by the other. Z
The Kersbaw iazotto say* as a geaor
al thing tha averago of corn planted
this year will be greater than last year.
It is rumored that tha Sea Island Ho
tel at Beaufort, is aboat to bo closed.
Mr. Moody, of Pickens county, had
his house and furniture burned up last
United States Marshal Maloney was
recently ooutonccd to six months' impri
sonment for rioiating tha revenuo laws.
At Greenville, Tussday, Rev. Mr
Jeagtr was ordained a Baptist minister.
He is an Israelite.
A Catholic Churoh is to be built at 1
Florence. The Messrs. Daverenux, of
< harleston are tho architects.
Tho oat crop io Marion County is
unprecedoutedly large and very promis
Kdward Webster, a litt'e lad of, tea
broke his right arm by falling out of a
oart last Saturday in Marion couu
The Sumtor True Southren nomi
nates Jefferson Davis for usxt I'rosi
dent, and Charles O'Conor for Vice
An scridental fire destroyed the
house, furniture and provisions of Mr.
Moody, in Pickcus County, last Mon
W. K. Lovo, while being carried to
tho Yorkville Jail, ia charge of United
Stnte Marshal Wallace, jumped from
tho cars and made his escape.
Tho County Treasurer of Walterboro
has disbursed between twelve and thir
teen thousand dollars for school pur
The two locomotives that were injur
ed a short time since nenr Cokosbury ,
on th-:Greenville Railroad,lien the dtt< h
es where they ware thrown.
Reports from every ^vrrt of Marion
County_are..tj>-Ale effoct that the recent
wet weather has gieatly retarded the
There will bo a match of base b all be
tween the Loos Stars, of Brunaoo s and
(Cosmopolitans, of Beaufort,at Brunson,
oil Friday May first.
There bare boon several caacs of hy
drapbobia in tho upper part of Fairfield
County. Mr. David Cork lost four val
uable hound-', aod other gentloinon me t
with similar losses. *
In consequence of tho inolemonoy of
tl\ ~ weather oo Tuosday, the openiug of
tho Floral Fair waa pastpondod until
Wednesday at 4 o,clock- Contributions
of cut flowers are solicited.
Oer exchanges, from all pirU of tho
Sfatp; brings us accounts of considera
ble damage to the growing orops, fruit
trees, forest and plants: ton?, by the re
sent and prevailing rains sod . gales.
Francis Lawrence, s colored woman,
and Wm. M. Kutrekin, a white man,
were committed to fail in Pickens on
Friday last, charged with tha heinous
crime of infanticide Tho body was
An inquest was held by Coroner
Boyd, in Pickens, a few days ago on the
body of a colored woman, named Mar
tha Adams, who had been buried over
a month. The verdict was that she
dud from exposure.
A young colored girl sooidtntail y
hnng herself at Hillsboro, Township,
Marion County, on the 23d instant, by
entangling her nock ia several skeins
of yarn, which wero hung to a poio in
her mothers house.
The Hon. Henry Bust, General W.
G. DcSnuMuro and Mr. N. Latin, Sr,
ar* the delagstea appointed to attend
tha Supreme Council of Masons ot the
Thirty third Degree, io Baltimore noxt
wcok, from Charleston.
Judge Hansell has brokon np bil
liard playing in Thoinaaville, Ga , hav
ing oharged the grand jury that to play
a game io whioh the agreement is that
tho loser pays for the game, is an in
A whito woman by the name of Polly
Stepbens, was married to a oolored man
by the namo of Charles Allen, in Jan
uary last, by a colored preacher, by the
name of Cryniea. This is the first inter
marriage of tha colored and whito raoe
in this County.
Mr. Peter Papin haa transferred has
ailegianee to Foot Point aad Port Royal
ia left desolate. All his warehouses,
dukes, navyysrds, cotton presses, man
ufactories, bonks, street railways, linos
steamers to New York, Liverpool Havre,
Calcutta, Hoag Kong, Lilipnt and ths
moon, hsve bean earriar over to the ri
val city by the indignant Papin.
Within tho Whole Bange to tonic
and altera tivs medicines known, none is
entitled to moro consideration than ths
Peruvian Bymp. In all cases of enfeeb
lad or debilitated constitution it is the
Tory remedy needed. The asset positive
proof of tau tsn bs adduced.
IIIUHWAY? AND B iSDGEH.
An Aot, to ?stend Chap
er XhY, of
Title 11, Part 1, of Aha; General
Statute!,' K (dating to. tho Jtcpairs of
Highways and Bridpas, \ %
Be it enacted by tholSonato and.
Hone* of Representatives of tho State of
South Carolina, now mot^nd flitting in
General. Assembly, and by Ahe authority
of tho same : **
Sko. 1. That Chapter XLV, 6r Title
11, Part 1, of tho General Stafutes, be,
and the same is hereby, repealed, add
tho following substituted as suoh ehap
tor: , <
Skc. 2. Ths County JC commissioners
of the several counties! of this Stats
shall divide their. respective counties
into highway districts,\eacfi district to
contain not less than t\v'o miles of pub
lie highways, nor m6yov than thirty
miles, to be convenient .for repairing
highways, and from . tv.na to time to
alter the same. ' J
Skc. 3. That for the^urpose of keep
ing in repair highway's, tho County
Commissioners of eaoh county shall
divide the persons liable to road duty
in each highway district into convenient
companies, and appoint an overseer of
roads in each highway district, whose
duty it shall be to have the persons be
fore named warned out to work the said
roads whenever he may deem it necess.
ary to repair tho same. He shall de
trrnnne the number of d.iys for working
at each warning: lyruvi<led, That noi
more than six days arc raquircd in a
year. When the Commissioner having
overnight of such sections givos orders
tho overseer to work the road, aod he
neglects to do the same, he shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon ein
viction thereof in a Trial Justice's
Court, shall bo fined in a sum not loss
than five aor more than ten dollars:
Sue. 4. Any person liable to road
duty, who shall have been dully warned
two days before, tho day fixed in his
notice for such working, stating the
hour aad place of working, shall bo
eubject to tho direction uf tho overseer
io charge. If any persjn of the legal
.^?^ejuse ^to_nArJc_\yoTT t hc^ftgiWrays
and roads (having no justifiable excuse),
according to the direction of the oror
seer, be shall bo deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor, and, upon conviction
thereof in Jrial Justice's Court, s!iaII
bo fined in . a *u:n.,not loss than fivo
dollars, nor moro than ten dollars, or bj
imprisoned in thevcounty ja'l for a
period of not less*-than fivo nnr inor<:
than twcu.ty days.'' y
Sec. 5. That on any cx'ra"rlinrtry
occasion, when, any h ich way shall b)
suddenly obstructed bv ftonn or ether
wixe, so as to require immediate lab >r
to remove such obstruction, it shall be
the duty of the overseer in whose dis
trict such obstruction occurs to proceed
forthwith to hare such obstruction
removed, and for this purpose sbul
summon to his aid a sufB ;ijnt nu-ube r
of workmen to open and repair such
highway. If nny person shall iu such
case perform moro days' lab-ir than is
required by law for the year, he shall be
paid for any such overplus at tho rate
of one dollar per day by the County
Commissioners, upon the o-rtiGcatc or
the overseer showing that such over
plus labor was performed. If on any
suoh extraordinary occasion tho ovor
seer shall, for tho spaoe of a day, after
application made to him for such pur
pose by any citizen rosidin^ in his dis
trict, neglect to call oat a sufficient num
ber of persons to speedily open and
repair such highway, ho shall forfeit
and pay to the County Commissioner!
of his county, to bo extendod ia the
ropair of highways .when and where
necessary in bis district, the sum of
fifteen (SI5) dollars, unless the ovor
seer shall show sufficient reason for suob
neglect; the said fifteen dollars to be
oollected by an action for debt in the
name of suoh County Commissioners as
plaintiffs before any Trial Justioo in
said county. If on any suoh extraordin
ary occasion any person liablo to work
on highways, after being summoned for
the purpose of removing such obstruc
tions by the order of tho overseer, shall
negloct to turn out and atsist in opening
and repairing such highway, he shall
bo deemed guilty of a mistlemoauor, and,
upon convictiou thereof in any Trial
J not ice's Court, shall bo fined throe
dollars per day, said fine to be oollected
aud expended as hereinbefore provided
in the mutter of forfeiture of overseers.
Sec. 6. If any person recoive bodily
injury or du mage in his person or pro
perty, through a defect in the repair of
a highway, causeway or bridge, he may
recover in action against the county the
amount of damages fixed by the finding
ot a jury. If such defct in any road,
causeway or bridge existed before such
injury of dam ago ooonrrsd, suoh
damages shall not ba recovered by the
person so injured, if bis load exceeded
the ordinary weight of the county when
suoh injury or dumagc ooenrred.
Sko. 7. If, before tha commencement
of an .action provided for in tho fore
going section, the Coanty Commissioners
tender to the plaintiff the amount whioh
ha might be entitled to recover, together
with all legal costs, and the plaintiff
.at c ??.pjga
refune to aooept tha aamo, and does not
recover upon subsequent trial a suna
lager than the amounts ao tendered, tho
defendant oh all reeoror coats, and the
plaintiff be entitled to tho reaulta of no
verdict. If the Commissioners of anj
county neglect to have repaird any of
the highways and bridges whioh by
law are required to bo kept in repair,
they shall be doemed guilty of a misde
meanor, and upon conviction theroof
nhall be fined in a sum not less than one
hundred nor more than five hundred
dollars, in the discretion of the Court.
Tho Connty Commissioners shall author
ize the overseer of any district to allow
a man working one day, And also furnish
ing a horfto, plough or cart, two days'
labor ; aud one working himself for one
dsy, furnishing a wagon and two horses,
mules or oxen, three days' labor.
Sec. 8. All able bodied male persons
hetweon the ages of eighteen and forty
five years shall be liable annually to
work on tbe public highways and roads
not loss three nor more than six days,
under the direction of the overseer of
the district in whioh they may reside.
In varning men to work upon the pub
.lie roads, the overseer shall make out a
1'dt for tho warnor, requiring him to
give notice to each person the kind of
teol hi .shall use in working upon the
highways and roads.
Sec. 9. That il any person, having
beeu notified or warned, as hereinbefore
provided, shall pay to the County
Treasurer of the oounty in whioh ho
may reside the sum of one dollar per
day fur each day's work required, the
same Bhall bo received in lion of such
labor, and shall be applied by the Com
minsioncrs of auch county lo the con
struction and repair of the highways in
the districts to which they belong.
Sec. 10. Tho overseers in their re
spectivo districts shall have full power
to cut down and mtk<? n?o of any timber,
wood, earth or .?t?n<! in r>r near the road,
bridges or causeway l >r the purpose of
repairing the same, as to them shall
seem noccssary . making just compensa
tion tliernfo**, ahuyl IL the aimis boide
"maniled. Overseers ahall not author IXC
tho cutting down of any timber tress
reserved by the owner in clearing his
land, or planted for tho purpno of shade
or ornament, either, i i the field* around
the springs, or about the dwelling house,
or appur'cmnc ?*, n ir th? catting of any
rail timber, when othir timber may be
procured, at or near the place, or take
stone or earth from w thin the grounds
of any j crsnn enclosed for cultivation,
without the consent of the owner of the
.<rtme. If any person or persons shall by
any menus hinder, forbid or oppose the
?nid ovrrs 'crs, or either of them, fro u
cutting down aud making use of any
tiaiber, wood. 8!on?. or earth iu any or
noar said roadi or eau'oways, for slight
repiir* of bridgos, fir the purp??e of
making or repairing the saun, or shall
in any manner obstruct the passage of
said road, causeway or bridges by gates,
fences, ditches, or any other obstructions,
excrdt where authorized by law, or
shall hinder, forbid or threaten any
traveler from traveling any publie roa 1 ,
and cvory person for suoh offense shall
bo deemed gu' lty of a misdemeanor, and
and upon couviutimi thereof in a Trial
Justico's Court, shall be find in a sum
not le.vt than five nor more than to a
Sec. 11. If any paroon liable to per
form such labor shall remove from one
oounty to another, who had prior to
such removal performed the whole or
any part of it, ortn any other way has
paid the whole, or any part of the
amount uforesiid in lieu of such labor,
and shall pn>d ice a certificate or receipt
of the samo from the overseer of the
district from which such persons have
removed, stif-h certificate or receipt shall
operate as a complete discharge for the
amount therein specified. The reaidenoe
of any person who has a family shall be
held to bo where his family resides, and
tho rosidenco of any other person shall
be held to be where he boards in any
county of this State.
Sec. 12. 1 hat the Connty Commis
sioners in this State aro hereby author*
izod and empowered to have special
supervision of the building of new
bridgos over the rivers and creeks of
this Stute ; also of extra and expensive
repairs of old bridges. When suoh
work is to bo aecom plished, the Com
nnssiooer shall give fifteen days' notice
in the county paper aal in writing,
duty posted in the neighborhood in
which suoh work is to be performed,
giving notice that tbe Commissioners of
the suction in which such work is to be
performed will be at suoh a place on
suoh a day and hour, with suitable
specifications, to let out suoh work to
the lowest bider, and to take from the
succosaful bidder sufficient bond for the
faithful performance of his duty. When
the work is done, it shall be inspected
by tho Commissioner letting it out,
whose duty it shall be to roport the re
sult of his investigation to the full board,
who shall aecept or rejeot the same
accordingly as thoy may determine
whether or not the eonstruetor has or
haa not complied |with the terms of hie
contract. If any bridge over waters of
tliis StaU which constitute a boundary
Ii at between rountiea shall bo necessary
to be erected or repaired, it eball be th e
duty ef the Commissioners of each
counties to cause tbe same to be erected
or repaired ia the manner aforesaid, eaeh
ooonty bearing aa equal obere of the
expense incurred. And when any snob
bridge already exist or shall hereafter
be built, it shall be the duty of said
Commissioners to divido the same by
measurement from the eentre, sad each
board shall be responsible for the good
condition of the half next adjoining tbe
county ia whioh theyexeroise the fune
tions ef office. And when it bcoomrs
nooessary to build a aew bridge, or to
entirely replace an old one which has
bsen carried away or destroyed, it shall
be tho duty ef the boards of the two
ceuuties to do the same as aforesaid.
Sec. 13. That all Acts or parts of
Acts inconsistent with this Aetbo, and
the same are hereby, repealed.
Approved March 19, A D. 1874.
F. G. GREGORY
HAS OPANED a SHOP at Rigg's Old Brick
Store for the purpose of Repairing Watches
and Clocks. ilia work is guaranteed to
give satisfaction or no pay required. He
will bo glad to serve his old customers and
the public'generally. Prieea moderate,
may 2 3m 1874
All persons are hereby forewarned not to
trade for a ccrtan promissory NOTE signed
by me, and payable six months after dato to
Bamberg & Slater, for one hundred and
forty-five dollars, with interest at twelve
per cent, dated March 30th, 1874. as I will
not pay said note, having a good and logal
defence to the same.
Aprial 25, 1874.
F. T. RICKENBAKER,
may 2 1871 It
OFPICB OF COUNTY AUDITOR,
Orangehnrg, 8. C, May lot, 1774.
A_P Amaker, 381 acres.22oWdtngrt
Samuel Bolton, 3 aeres, 1 building.
Est W C Cofer, 1100 aeres, ?*buildings.
Miss Ooorgia Furtiek, Bellville Road, 20
aores. 2 buildings.
A D Goodwin, 1000 acres, 9 buildings.
J.A McKenzie, 450 acres, 6 M
James D Tresevant 1000 aeres, 6 build
Danirl Ic.mmerman, 2721 aeret, 3G build
William Lewis, 140 acres, 2 buildings.
W V Myers, 1 lot 2 ?*
Dave West, 140 " 1
Caw Caw Townthip.
Moses Butler, 6 acres, 1 building
J W Culler, Adm'r, State Boad, GOO acroa,
Henry Footman, GO acres.
Counsel Footman, 75 "
W M Oaffoey, Columbia Bond, 260 acres,
F R MeKinlay, 240 aeres.
C J Seymour, 24 "
Con- Cattle Townthip.
Collier k Myers, Bbeneser Chnch Road,
105 acres, 2 buildings.
Eat J W 8 Felder, 557 acres, 2 buildings.
Mary Huff, 800 2 "
Joe Jones, 80 " 1 "
Hannah Kelly 50 " 1 "
0 sorgo Lyons, 162 " 1 "
Jim .Rigby, Orangeburg Boad, 50 aores,
Wesley Stevens, near Orangebarg Bead,
100 aeres, 1 building.
Mrs Amanda Dantsler, Cannon Bridge
Road, 100 aerea, 6 buildings.
Morgan W Hughes, Cannon Bridge Road
1 86 aerea, 4 buildings.
8 T Iilar, near the Cannon Bridge Boad,
(1878-74), 286 acroa, 8 bailc"<*?*.
Wilson Mlnigon, on Cannon Bridge Boad,
8 aeres, 2 buildings.
Benjamin Pooaor, near Condon Bridge
Boad, 470 aeres, 6 buildings.
Ira T. Shumaker, Cannon Bridge Road,
600 aores, 7 buildings
Benjamin Tucker, Cannon Bridge Road,
18 aores, 1 building,
8 H Kcnnerly, near Bdgefield Boad, 45
acres, 8 buildings.
Jacob F Witt, on Blaekville Road, 126
acres, 4 buildings.
A A Arant, 60 aores, 4 buildings.
Miss R C Uair, State Road, 380 aeree, 4
D B Botard, 70 aores, 2 bultdlngs.
Mrs E A Bozard, 250acres, A buildings.
M M Dantsler, 100 " 10
J W MtKelvoy, 6 . " 2 "
John Hellere, 6 " 8
8 J Shuler, 50 "
F W Shuler, Guard 140 aores.
Argoe and Bolen, 1 building.
J W Broddy, 170 aores.|3 buildings.
Mrs C U Borbitt, Now Bridge Bead. 116
0 B Hatto, Davis Bridge Rend, 407 aerea,
O A Louis, near Davis Bridge Road, 676
aores, 2 buildings.
Est P H Porter, on Davis Bridge Read,
180 aeree, 4 buildings.
Gabriel Tyler, Davis Bridge RocA *?
James Williaa?, 109 acres, 6 building*.
Benjamin Byas, (3873?74), 685 aeree.,
Q E Bolen and L A F ogle, 322 aores.
J F Bolton, near Itolmaa Bridge Road, ft
aores, 2 buildings.
W II Glesien, near tj6 Road,;?00 acresl 2
J L Gibson, 90 Road, 640 Mm, 1 tensV
lUfuB HtfTmaa, 120 arte baiUlafl.
If IJ R Milh?ns?, 628 arrac
Davo Adams 90 acres, 1 builsrVssf
K W L Gatos, 181? "
T K K?U?r, 400 "7 "
Mrs Starts F Magril, Orangsbarf fbsjf ,
840 atrea, 10 building.!.;
John L Moorer, Belltill? Bead, WfJ#s%* ?- -
Sara Warren, 6 Ch?p R?l4, ^??^1
J J Woodward, near Bellvill? M, ?8
acres, 0 baildings. fV
JfuMf? 7\rssrtW>. ' ^ ' '
Samuel Frailer, 60 acres.
Jehn Stacklej, Truste?, 6 tifeftf^ .J^sJUt'^
600 aeres, 9 buildings,
Mrs MAI Tilly, ?efcr Skat? hsf, 189
aeres, 4 baildings).
New Mope toinvfyC % ' 'Y">
I J Daxtsr, 800 aeres, ft balldisg?.
B Cooner, 460 4 M .
Bicbard Davis, 100 1 "
B Bemps?y, 260 *
Jade Robinson, Trust??, BrsacSviU*ntt,
1337 acres, 7 buildings. .
Mary C Rumff, 176 aertft?
Tnomaa Smith, Rott?'? FaSsgv I 1*4, $ ?
Adam Aiken, 200 aarsa, I VaBslSgf' '
Benjamin Ruaeell St., BatrS, YfS&tSfv ?
lots, 2 buildings.
James and Klixabeta Brown, Aa?li*8t.
1 lot, 3 Buildings.
Benjamin By as, Amelia' It., 1 %t\%
Mauerva Clark, 1 lot.
A Fischer, Agt f?a A A Datb* ' ftsta''
Swamp Bead, 187 acres
C F Qehrrls, n?ar BeUflU? ?#?4, I?
acres, 7 buildings.
Adeisoa Ileiv?s. 26 eases, 1 traildiaf. ^ ^
Mrs Mary Marebant, Brought** St., 1 l#i ' '
i Building. ? ' V 1 "P
mrb;m T Myers, Bay St., 11st, t fstljitsj'
Mrs S A Peoser, Stag* Road, 17$ &?/?*, ?
Mrs- Baehaal, 200 aeres,
Bet Absalom Strooaa, near 6 Cktp-Wtotib** 9
900 aeres, 10 buildings.
Jesse Thompson, 87 aeres, S bHU&sjjii ?
Cephas Whitt?m?r?, 781 acres, j b?H?V?
ings. . >'WiT
C^bas Whitt?as?r?, C?srrjJfous?g^ra^
II otTalluTrmbgT^-- -
. J D Wolfe, Columbia Baad, 1 Ift| t
Pirn Grove Tfcwaslay.
Fogle Brothers, 162 aeres. . .
E 13 Iriok, 810 " 4 sail f
Joseph Jackson 1 building.
F W Bebinsea, 26 ?.?res, 2 bnilaU^p/B ? f V
Santco Addison, 60 acres..
The aas Alisa, 60 acres, 2 fcaildlaf^.
Baxter & Andrews, 128 ceres.
David T.nll. 22* aeres), 8 BnlMiags.
Elisabeth Dull 400 " 2 "
?antee Davis, 78 ?* 1'
S. W. Ivans, 1199 " ??-??.?
Bill Fair k Wife. 40 S m
Staaley Gaivin, 97 " 1 **
Richard G?o4?ia? 800 ... Ai<,
Erank Beeves, .41
J. F. Way, 260 \ , *
Hockey Grove Tntnaltp.
Willi? A. PeopU, (near Columbia sV?) SO
UiK-on ToKiuhtp. '
Mrs. Iu*sb?ih Brswa, 1200 a.,*' *
Buildings. , , ..
Hi Busby, (n?ar B?nl?k?r sTri'tj *'??
114 aeres 2 Bulling*.
Jim ManigauU, (BanwsU ?R*4) 16
2 Buildings. . ? ; | ? ? i ... ... v
Goodwin Powell, (Beaieker pri'dg a'd)
23 acres, 1 Building.
Charles Walker, 40 acres.
F?*M?e. J^emfkkT.tl fJn f -n
8usen E. Shuler, 810 asraa. } .., , R .
Josoph Vaa Dyk?, (fitst? Ba>sf?*r4S,?
J. G. W. Waraoek, Agt. NX5 asrss.S
Buildings. , t .
John Brown, 40 acres, t BaUdiftg*.
StepbenClem?na 20 I , .?*; .^../f
F. O. Gregory, (near Uolmca Iri^a'*)
161 aeres, 8 Builklags1 - >
W. D. Biley, (near Ut&mmM%wV&k%M
acres, 8 Buildings.: ' :' '1 '
Joseph fl. Thomas, (a?aar BtfttWAtsstl
R'd) 20 aeres, 2 Baildings.
Rob-rt Washington, 40 seres, dfiaUIlcfs
J H Bolten nenr Hslmaa Bridga 1
114 scfsj, 7 bpltdinga-1 j ij J?i 'I
Jaesb Barton, 60 acres,
let Job a H. - Felder^ ?60 a?fSj8. K
Thomas B Bally,. 06 Rt%4, ,200 Sseitsj, ?
Raehol 8moak?, 87 ?erst.
Joha Tylsr, n?ar Ceaaaa BHdga t8tss>
60 acres, 2 buildings.
KOTICR is hbrcby given t
the sevsral paraels* IsssH
of Real Estate' describe* < (IsTj tb> ftO*
necessary to pay thai
assessments charged thereon, will 1
Treasurer of Oraageburg County,
Carolina, el bis offlaa la SsM fstntjiv SS>
Meaday, May 18ia 1874,
from day to day, until all eft
lots and partaSf lots ofBeal^
sold or ?f?r?af iMr Al#,>i4?ia^le?rtki
shall not bo est?nd?d bayatst ?M
ing May lStlim*; 'r-">
May 1st 1874* ? t?i
i ndfttis ?T tlTiiih-iiilmait fliiliaal
taiavd at reasaasdsUl sats?v'js? ?;>S?8s)stji
>ly ?var McMapter'a 8t?r%' . ?? ; .j
b>ar 14 *