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Quarrels would nover last long if tho
fault was on ono side only.
A patont iron coffin dealer advertises
that those who have used his invention
ence will use no other.
Hangers on about bar rooms, waiting
for invitations to drink, aro called
'porus plasters' now.
Brooks, one of the Governors of Ar
daneas, waB, in 1851, pastor of a Metho
dist Ghuroh in Burlington, Iewa. He
loft there in August, 1852.
Thero is a prejudice in human kind
against largo^ears. As tho poet say*;
?Mauwanta but littlo ear below, nor
wants that littlo long.' f
A'fellow who was sent to jail in Ohio
for shqep stealing, said to vho Justico,
?Well1: I and Bazaine and Tiohborne can
Valedictory of bis Honor the Mayor
of Dover, Col ; ?Thank God, it's over
with! I wouldn't take it again for a
kingdom, not If I knows it.'
Two thousand pounds of bones, tho
remains of deceased Celestials, were
lately received at San Francisco for
Icelanders aro begiuing te emigrate
to this country, and aro described as a
bright, claanly, healthy looking class of
people, closely resembling the Scotch
The Charlotte Observer puts on re
cord tho almost complete recovery from
consumption of a man named Walker,
by drinking tho warm blood of goats
A London advertisement runs thus :
"A county priest will say mnss onoe a
week' for any one who will regularly
send him the Times nnwspaper, second
hand, on tho day of its publication."
Spring, the smiling maiden, who goes
abo?tcladin airy floating drapories, has
Mr. Quilp's earnest sympathies. She
can have a set of flannols by calling at
any charitable washerwoman's.
A saloon-keeper in Des Moincs, Iowa
has put up a sigh in his establishment
for the benefit of crusaders; And thou
when.thou prayest, enter into thy clo
set, and not into somebody else's rum
'That is all that is needed in boll,'
was the reply of an emigraut to a Colo
rado land agent, who told him that Co
lorado only wanted 'a comfortable cli
mate, wafer and good society, to make
?L_ ^.iiy.ii n. ^eJ^^^p^Hcuco of John
Hunt, of Philadelphia, who gave a
stranger n nights lodging years ago,
nnd has just received a legacy of S10
A despatch from St. Louis mentions
that a conventiou will be held in Louis
ville some time in October, in the in
terest of tho project for moving the
national capital from Washington to
The Milwaukie Sentinel thinks the
worst features ubout tho cremation busi
ness is that some winter morning, in a
fit of philanthropy, your widow's second
husband may empty your ashes on the
icy pavement fur tho boneOt of pedes
The newett drapery of lace for the
waists of dresses forms a regular bib
like those worn by infants, It consists
of a square made of ruflles or Valoncien
nes lace, aud a high ruff passing around
the neck. It has tho pretty effect of n
Some of the planters in tho inundated
bottom lands of Mississippi and Louisi
ana'have had three crops washed out in
the ladt two months, and they no longer
feel interested in tho question of "less
cotton nnd more corn," but have begun
seriously thinking if it will not bo "no
cotton and less corn."
On Tuesday last, tho body of Mr. II.
G. Turner, of Pickens County, Ga., was
found in a creek, sunk by rocks, and
with tho head split open. He had been
murdered nnd robbed. This is the
eighth or ninth murder that has occur
red in Pickens County since ?G5, and
not a trial has been hud yet.
A man, while digging in an old
mound, near Belton, Texas, discovered
a chj}6j? containing 6,250 Spanish doub
loons, nearly $100,000. He immediately
gave fcl.O.OOQ to the church. There is
intense/excitement in tho neighborhood,
and. nil the eld mounds are being over
A Bermonizcr mado these remarks on
the following soul saving question : "My
brethren, a man cannot afford to loso his
soul* lie's got but one, and ho can't
get another. If-* man losos his horse
ho can get another; if he loses bis wife,
he can get another; but if he loses his
sou)?good by, John."
The Government botanist who is sur
veying in Australia, mentions, in an of
fieial dispatch, a fig tree which in size
far surpasses the far-famed troes in tho
Yesennto country. This tree, three
feet fiom the ground, measures 150 feot
in circumference, and at fifty five feet?
where it sends forth giant branches?the
trunk measures eighty feet round.
Mr. A. Walsh of Louisville, Ky.,
while laboring under a fit of insanity,
jumped from a fivo story window ef tbe
Gait House, on the 3d, aud killed him
A party of young men dined | sumptu
ously at a resturant ia Atlanta, aud each
ono insistod on paying tho bill. To de
cide tho matter it was proposed te
blindfold the waiter, and tho first one
he caught should pay tho bill. lie hasn't
caught any of them yet.
John Green is strictly a self-made
man. He went to Omaha without a
cent. By industry and enterprise ho
wen ten thousand dol'ars in a thrco
days' game of poker. Having got his
hand in ho emigrated to. Chicago, in
vested in faro, and was worth thirty
thousand nt last accounts. But that
was two or throe days ago.
THE ORANGEB?Ra NEWS
AUGUSTUS B. KNOVLTON,
Financial axd Bvsivrss MAKAcxn.
Official Paper of llic State and
of Ornngcburg County.
THE ORANGERURG NEWS HAS
A LARGER CIRCULATION THAN
ANY OTHER PAPER IX THE COUN
SATURDAY, HAY 10, 1871.
[For the "On a xo mi can News."]
A large number of citizens held a
meeting at Mr. W. L. W. Riley'a place,
in the F<.rk on Saturday last, the Dth
of May. The object of tho meeting was
to muster in a company to form part of
the 10th Regiment N. G. S. S. C. At
12 o'clock M. the company was formed
into Hue, numbering about eighty me \ .
Captain ?John II. I'hiilips, of the Rocky
Grove company, formed tho line, called
the roll, and announced the company
ready to be mustered in, which was
done in accordance with the Regulations
of the N. G.!S. S. C. by Lieut Colonel
A. 1'. Rrowning. The company then by
acclamation confirmed the election of its
officers, previously ehoseu by ballot
Captain J. C. Jamison then asm tue d
command of the new company and
assisted by his able first Lieutenant 1>
G. Frederick, drilled his men for
short tin1" '*^n t*>' 1
st. Theso military exercises bcin*r
mis' J ?
concluded, tho large assemblage tiien
resolved itself into a Mass Meeting.
W. L. W. RSley, Ksq., was fir,t called
upon for a speech, which he made in
good stylo, announcing to the company
his donation of a Muster Ground, for
tho purposes of Drill and Muster of the
company. Mr. Commissioner Alex
Brown, (he strongman of the Precinct,
then delivered a telling aud effective
speech, w hieb was well received by bit
hearors. Then camo Joha II. I'hiilips
Esquire, the popular Judge and the
Republican "Wheel Horse of the Fork."
Mr. Phillips was in his happiest moo I,
and for a long time, kept his audience
entertained with one of his witty, hum
orous and pithy,speeches, for which he
is famous. His onslaught on corruption
was scathing and terrific. II? was
frequently interrupted by peals of
laughter nnd rounds of applause, an 1
took his seat more popular than ?.vcr.
Lieut Col. A. F. Browning was then
loudly called for, and made a few rc
maks. Lieutenant B. (1. Frederick next
made a forcible aud good speech, whose
reception showed Mr. Frederick to bo
very evidently one of the rising and
winning nieu of his locality. Mr.
George W. Raster, next entertained the
assemblage with a neat and pertinent
Tbe meeting then adjourned. Two
things were plainly shown : first, that
the good and true men of the Fork are
well able to take care of the '-Fork" and
?coond. that the Fork is in earnest to
put down dishonesty and corruption in
politics and to demand honest men for
We have been accused of wavering
in our opposition to misgovornmcnl and
ring rule, because wo have shown a
disposition to secure tho nomination of
D. II. Chamberlain for governor by the
next rcpublicau convention.
To this char?c wo reply, that it argues
no inconsistency to accept a pirtinl gi id
when it is impossible to get all that may
We take it for granted that tho can
didate of the regular republican conven -
tion will be eleoted, un less it should bo
Motes or Elliott, or some equally bad
man, if thero is such a one. Now Cham
berlain would be a governor so ittfltiil
ly ^preferable to cither of thoso that
we think even the conservatives would
unite on him if he were a bolting can
There is uo pretence that he has pro
fited by tho extravagances and frauds of
the present administration, and while ho
was a member of tho Scott administra
tion his sins were those of omission,
rather (.hau ot commission, la fact,
tho charges which may he brought
against him are of a very general char
acter, and equally apply to almost evory
republican in. the state, viz: tint ho did
not sooner discover and more rchejrient.
ly oppoBC the error^ and fradefs^of the
second term of Scott's administration.
Ho did join iu tho opposition to extra
vagance, and his words with tlioso of
Mr. Corbin, were very much relied upon
by the memorialists in their offorts in
Washington. . ^3
Wo do not say that he did all his
duty. Ho might havo known more of
what wtis done, and miglU have 'prcvcii'
t'dmuch. This we think, but rnny be
mistaken even in that.
Chamberlain was really more; fully
imbued with the doctrines ofthe radical
party than any leader.: 11 it. He was
ready to carry out the theory of univer
sal suffrage, and rejoiced in the oppor
tunity of testing its valae in South Caro
lina, uudcrwhat ho knew was the most
unfavorable circumstances. Ho had
fnitb in the success of tho experiinout .
Ho expected many failures. He was
too dcop u thinker and too good a stu
dent of liislory to look for perfection,
or even a government unmarried by
Bclfishue-B and demagogism. Therefore
these evils which appeared so monstreiM
to opponents of radicalism, were to him
only incidental, not inherent in the sys
tem. Hence, kc suppressed impatience
nud disgust and hopefully looked to a
vindication, when all parties hod bo
come accustomed to the new order of
Thus Iiis rcluctauce to acouso his par
ty ol misdeeds may have had a high or
motive than that attributable to such as,
joined the party, as they had previously
joined the secessionists, because it led to
power and wealth.
Put, admitting that he is justly oen
Burable in some things. He is, at-least
a gentleman; hu has ability; lie has cul
ture; he lias preserved himself from the
grosser forma of corruption; he has shown
a pride of character which marks him
a? separated from the herd ol'wolvcs by
which he lias been sometimes surround
ed; lie has an ambition to win for him
self" a name in the nations lie will never
disgrace us by a scandal such as
now muk?s one blush to live in the
-., . .i.aii this, his nomiuatiou will
....ltcato a corresponding improvement
for n Litter senate and a hotter houso of
reproseu tatives. It Trill be, wo hope, a
now departure.?Port lioyal'fipmmerciat
Mill/ thr 7//t.
[From tho Augusta Constitutionalist.]
C^ncen Victoria's Ghost.
Many years ago. Lady Flora Hastings
was a Maid of Honor ut tho Court of
Queen Victoria. The breath of scandal
blew upon her fair fame. She was n
beautiful and artless woman, full of
vivacity, and, from vor)' innocence, was
betrayed into the wh'irlpoel of malignant
gossip. Instead of shielding her Maid
0 f Honor, the youthful Queen counten
anced the vile conspiracy against her
reputation and banished her from Court.
Not long aftor this, Lady Flora
Hastings died of a broken heart, but
lived long enough to prove her spotless
reputation. She was a relative of the
Hula family, arid this powerful branch
of the Kng?sh nobility uever forgavo
the Queen for the treatment she accord
eii 11)0 unfortunate Lady Flora. Gradu
ally, however, tUU sad circumstance
died into a memory, until its revival the
other day, by the death of the Countess
of Luodon, the si-dor of LaJy Flora
Hastings. Prior to hor death, the
Countess of London steadfastly refused
to respect or have anytliiug to do with
Victoria or her affairs, 'i hrough a tang
life, she treasured up that stricken
sistor's wrong, and has left a heritage
of revenge, which is ono of the ruon*
romarkablo in history. Iu her will sho
left this command :
I further wish my right hand to be
cut off aud buried in the park a Castle
Donington, nt the bend of tho bill to the
Tiente, aud a small cross or stone ever
it, with the motto, "I bydc my tymc."
Hard by tho "Hill of Trent" is one of
the Queen's man)-palaces. If Victoria
should go near Castle Donington, the
memory of Lady Flora Hustings will
pursue her, through the medium ofthe
Countefls of Loudou s buried hand and
the vindictive inscription on the marble
cross. If she does not visit her country
scat, near the hill of Trent, the populace
will ascribe her neglect to do so to
supernatural reasons. 111 any evsnt,
tho poor Queen must be bitterly punish
ed lor her oarly orror and Lady Flora
will be tenibly avtnged. Put, itdocs
j>ecm rather more Pagau than Christian
that a woman should carry into tho
dread world beyond U3 such unrelenting
hatred, espeoially as it is to bo presumed
that sho recognized in the Cross <>l'
Christ a token of forgivenc?*, rather
than vindictivsncss, and mu>t have
prayed betimes to be forgiven as she for
guve her follows. Surely, beautiful aud
now blessed Lady Flora did uot noad
this awful memento of her sister's wrath,
and mighty was the riak taken by
Countess London to send a random shaft
into the . etrlslton heart ef Kngland'u
honored Queen. Still, this proven that
nothing is so deadly as scandal calumny,
and that thoic who retail it and those
who abetvit are doomed, while living, to
suffer penalties in their own persons,
which all the perfumes of Arabia can
never wash away.
They are to have daily union prayer
meetings in Winnsboro' for tho suppres
sion of vice.
A grange was organized at Richland
Academy. Oconoo County, last week,
with J. L. Shaaklin master'
$10,694,86. were sent from Darling
tou in postoffics money orders during
the paBt three months. U
Mr. J\'m. Mahaffey, of Kershaw
County, was run over by a loaded wa
gon near Big Lyn cue's Creek, and was
killed one, day last week.
from Timmonsvillo, stato that Mr. F.
Hagsdalcaocidontallp shot himself in
a vital part one night last week, and
now lies very ill.
R. L.~Thorn8?n, brother of II. II.
Thomson, of Spartanburg, died sudonly
on Monday night last, of meningitis, at
Baltimore, where ho was going to
Deaths.?Win. D. Partlowj Esq., an
old citizen of Abbeville County, died last
Friday, at the rips old age of seventy
three. M^rs. Louisa Ilestor died at her
resideoce, in Abbeville County, i^st
Wednesday, from pheumonia, aged
Burner, to Death.?On tho 23th
ult., at tho\plaoc of Mr. A. C, McGo o,
near Grove} Station, on tho Greenville
and Columbia Railroad, a Gro occured
which consumed a log cabin and those
who were xp it at the time, threo color
ed children). The father and mother
were working some distance from thi
house, and yio flames wore not discov
ered until too late.
Arthur Aj. Glover, who was indictel
for t he killing of Lovett. GoutilHon at
Edgcficld Court house on tho 19th of
o-net, wflS t).jce| at th8 Aiken court
last week. pe vaj,ropcesented by Jen.
.M. C. Butlef Messrs. Gary & Gary,
.Johu E. B.T?.., <3 ii Ri.;rRn f c
Shcrpaid,^blw cr()ft. whil<5j and r
B. KlliottTnJl?. o.' iiOe, enioie?. luv
jury* brou-ht iu a verdiot of uot guil
Pakdon f.d?TTpon the rerommcoda
tion ofthe preii'ling Judge and many
prominent citizens of Fvlgefield county,
(he Governor yesterday, pardoned
William L Murrell, convicted of man
slaughter at tho July, 1370, term |of the
Court of General Sossions for EdgoBeld
county and seuterccd by Judge Samuel
W. Melton to ten years' imprisonment
in the Penitentiary. And also, upon
the recommendation of Judge T. J.
Mackey, the Governor pavooned Ipmc
Crawford, convictod of prejury at the
present term of the Court of General
Sessions far Fahfield county, and sen
tencad to six mouth's imprisonment in
the Penitentiary,' upon the condition
that lie pay the costs of prosecu
Fatal Accident in Cn.viir.EsroN.?
Puring the movement of the camp meet
ing trains at tbe Northeastern Railroad
depot yesterday, Griffith Champlain,
colored, one ef the regular train hands,
while attempting to get on the cow
catcher of tho angina Echo while in
motion, from a trestle, missed his foot
ing and was so badly injured that ho
soon died. A policoman on duty in the
yard, seeing Vihat tho unfortunate man
was about to do, warned hira of the
danger ho would incur. To this lie
paid no heed, relying upon his skill as a
train hand to accomplish his purpose.
One of his legs was cut oQ and stomach
shockingly lacerated. The cornorom
panosled a jury ef inquest, which
adjourned to meet again on Wednesday,
when the matter will bo investigated.?
AVus ami Courier.
Cl'ltE for Drunkkness.?The fol
lowing is snid to be a cure for drunken
ness and the love for strong drink :
Sulphate of iron, five grains ; pepper
mint water, eleven drachms ; spirits of
nutmeg, one drachm. Twice a day.
This preparation acts as u tonic and
stimulnut, and so partially supplies tho
place of tho accustomed liquor, and pre
vents that absolute physical and moral
prostration that follows a sudden break
ing off from the use ef stimulating
drinks. It is to bo taken in quantities
equal to au ordinary drain, and as often
as the desire for a dram returns.
It is a serious matter to hire a farm
laborer who is und or contract to another
pftrty, provided the second employer is
notiGed of tbe provious contracts. A
case of this kind was rocently tried at
Abbevillo beforo .Judgo Cooko, iu which
tho first, employer prosecuted tho sooond
omployer of the ladorer, and obtained
judgement for SfiOO damagos.
Di km.?On Wednesday May the Cth 1874,
at bis Residence in Orangeburg County, S
C, Cupt., A. J. HYDRICK, age 62 yean.
Notice to Contractors.
Proposals vfill.be receiYod until! Jan?
l?th, for ceiling a portion of tbe Hall over
Ycse & Iilar's store. For particulars, ap ?
W. K. CROOK,
Chairman ef Hall Committee,
may 10 1874 3t
OFFICE CO. SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
OnANatntma Cok.ntt, S. C.
NOTICE is boreby given tbat in accord
nmi with Act ef Assembly Approved Febru
ary 1874, entitled "An Act to establish cer
tain Stato Scholarships in tbe University of
South Carolina a Free public competitive
examination will be hold at this office on
Monday July Cth 1874." Tbe act provides
tbat but one student shall be admitted from
each County for the first year. Of all the
applicants for admission the three exhibi
ting tbe greatest proficiency in all the
branches of study required for the admiss
ion of students into the University, will bo
rocotnmended to tho Slate Board of
examiners, ?.nd a final Examination will be
held by the State Board of Examiners at
Columbia on Thursday Oetoboi 1st. 1H74,
w ben tho candidate is found most proficient
will bo admitted to a Scholarship in the
The successful candidate when admitted
will be entitled te recieve Two Hundred
Dollarn annually, and tuition free.
May 8th 1874.
Pi R. McKINLAV,
County School Commissioner,
may 10 1*71 tf
All persons having claims against tho
Estate of Lewis II. Zimmerman, deceased,
will pre?ent the same proj ?rly attested, and
tboke indebted will make payment to
THUS. E. RICKENBAOKER,
April 11th 1871.
may 10 1874 1 m
By permission of the Judge of Probate I
will oiler lor ?nie on Mond iy the 1st day of
June next, ai the Court House Square in
the Town ef Ornu'eburg, within 11? c usual
hours of snlr, portion of the persornl pro
perty laic ol Tin.mas Oliver deceased, con
sisting of COWS, and CALVE?, xc, ke.
Tei ma Cash.
May Uil?, 1S74.
MART E. OLIVER, - .
mav 16 1874 t3
r?y virtue of Sundry Executions *n me di
rected, 1 will sell to the highes' Widder, at
Ornngoburg t". 11., on the FIRST MOX
twiv ?.. 1.4... 11. ..i, r w iv v'ASIl, all
the Right, Title and Interest of the Defend
ants in the following Property, viz:
All that tract of land in Ornngoburg
County containing 800 acres, more or less,
bounded by lands of Calvin II.-iy.leu. 0I1J11
Hard-n, Samuel Dibble, J. I?. .Smith and
W. Mount, nnd known ns tho "Poplar
Springs Track.'' Leived ou as property of
J. Ji Siillcy at snit of Jno. T. Jennings,
Adm'r lor thu use of Geb. Boliver, Clerk.
Sheriffs Oflice, ) E. 1. CAIN,
Orangcbitrg C. II. S. C. } S. O. C.
May l'lth, 1874. J
Mav 10 3t
OFFICE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
Or.ANOKiu no Cot-NTT,
April loth, 1874.
Thu following persona have been nppoiit
cd as SUB COMMISSIONERS in noeordauce
with nn Act, to amend Chapter XIV of
Tille II. pail |, of ihc General Statutes
relating to tbe Rcpvir of Highways and
Bridges, passed March 10, 1874.
Amelia?R. It. Dnncnn.
t sw Caw?Thos. J. Crider.
Elizabeth?John S. Howe.
Fine Grove?lohn It. Wannamaker.
Poplar?1). D. Vance.
Providonof?L. E. Myers.
Goodbys?J. II. Felder.
Orange?V. D. Cowman, Joe Carson and
J. D. Roznrd.
Middle?.1. P. M. Fonres.
Cow Castle?I). M. P. Huff.
New Hope?Thos. Smith.'
Zion ? Henry O. rimoake.
Willow?W. L. W. Riley.
Union ?C. II. Hall.
Goodland and Hockey Grove?G W Bax
llopcwoll nnd Hebron?Martin Living
Liberty?.T. L. Gibson.
By order of Beard County Commission
Clerk of Board,
may 0 3t
The UNDERSIGN"F.I) tnkee plcnsuro in
announcing to bis many friends nnd p.nrons
that he has PERMANENTLY LOCATED [at
OltANGEBUUG C. II.
Where be will devote his ENTIRE TIME
from every Monday until Friday noon, to
FHACTICE OF DENISTItY
in all its Departments.
Perfect SATISFACTION "gnarante eil in
all Operations entrusted to his oare.
Charges MODERATE. He will bo found
at Dr. Fersncr's Old Stand.
Very respectfully, \
A. M. SNIDER, D. S.
may 0 ly
By virtue of the morlgago from J. B.
O'llelterson to .1. Gco. Vosc. 1 will sell a
Oraugchurg Court House on Saturday 22rd
dsy of May at public outcry for cash 1 Gray
May 9th 1874.
B. F. SLATER,
may 9 1874 21
Netico is hereby given that in- three
mouths from dato, tho Board of County
Com mission art will'appoint Special Com
missioners to Lay Out and Upon a Public
Hoad, leading frem Rowo'b Pump lo Rowo's
Bridgo, known as the Swamp Road, ranging
through the lands of M Robinson, Dempsoy,
W C Reeves and William Ash, unless in the
meantime cause be shown to tho contrary.
By order of the Board.
Clerk County Cominisfionors.
County Commissioner's Oflioc, May 4th,
1874.? ? 3ra.
Not ioc is hereby given that in three
months from this date, the Board of County
Commissioners will appoint Special Com.
missioners to Lay Out and Open n Public
lload, loading from Howe's Pump Westward
to tho Orangeburg, and CharlestonRoad,
near the plantation of John S. Bowman,
unless in the meantime causo be shown to
By order of (he Board.
C. C. Com'ra.
Couuty Commissioners Oflico, May 4tb,
All persons having any demands against
the Estate of Thomas Oliver late of tho
County of Qrangoburg decease<l. are noti
fied to present the same duly attested to
\Y. J. DeTrcvillc Esq., attorney at law, or to
the undersigned, and all persona indebted
will make payment to
MARY R. OLIVER,
may 9 1871 * 3t
NOTICE. ? All Persons la
deb ted to the Estate of Dr. Frederick
8. Fersner, deceased, will make payment to
the nnderS?igncd or his Attorneys Messrs.
I zliir k Dibble, Orangeburg, S. C, and all
persons Laving demands against said Es
tate will present the same urrperly proven
to the uudersigned or his said Attorneys.
JOSEPH FERS NE It,
May Gth, 1874.??J lui
F. G. GREGORY
HAS ?P?NED a SHOP at Riggs Old Brick
Store for tho purpose of Repairing Watches
and Clocks. His work is guaranteed to
give satisfaction or no pay required. He
trill he glad to serve his old customers anil
the publie'generally. Prices moderate,
may 2 3m 1874
AH persona arc hereby forewarned not to
trade for a certaji promissory NOTE signed
by me, and payable six months after date *o
Bamberg & Slater, for ono hundred and
forty-five dollars, with interest at twelve
per cent, dated March 30th, 1874. is I will
not pay said note, having a good and log.il
?1of?tncP lo the same. ?
F. T. RICKENBAKER,
mny2 1874 It
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR,
i Orangehurg, 8. C, May 1st, 1774.
Samuel Bolton, 3 acres, 1 building.
Eat W C Cofer, 11U? nores, 0 baiidings.
Miss Georgia Furtick, Bcllrille Road, 20
acres, 2 buildings.
J A MeK?nxie?450 acres, 5 "
James D Treze.vant 1U0? aeres, G build
Daniel Zimmerman, 2721 acres, 36 bnild
William Lewis, 140 acres, 2 buildings.
W V Myers, 1 lot 2 "
Caw Caw Township.
Moses Butler, 6 aores, 1 building.
J W Culler, Adm'r, State Road, 600 acres,
Henry Footman, 60 ncres.
Counsel Footman, 75
W M GafFncy, Columbia Road, 250 acres,
F R McKinlay, 240 ncres.
C J Seymour, 24 '*
Cow Castle Township.
Collier & Myers, Ebenezcr Chuch Road,
10") acres, 2 buildings.
Est J W S Felder, 537 ncres, 2 buildings.
Mary HufTj 300 " 2 "
Hannah Kelly 66 " 1 "
Wesley Stevens, near Orangeburg Read,
100 acres, 1 buildiug.
Mrs Amanda DantsTer, Cannon Bridgo
Road, 100 acres, 5 buildings.
Morgan W Hughes, Cannon Bridge Road
I 8'> acres, 4 buildings.
S T l/.lar, noar the Cannon Bridge Road,
(1873-74), 285 acres, 3 buildings.
Wilson Minigon, on Cannon Bridge Road,
8 nores, 2 building*.
Benjamin Tucker, Cannon Bridge Road,
I 3 acres, 1 building,
S H Kennedy, near Edgefield Road. 45
acres, 3 buildings.
Jacob F.Witt, on Blaoktllle Road, 125
acres, 4 buildings.
A A Arant, 60 acres, 4 buildings.
Miss R C Pair, State Road, 380 aores, 4
I) B Bozard, 70 acres, 2 buildings.
Mrs E A Bozard, 250 acres, 5 buildings.
M M Dantzler, 100 " 10 "
J W McKelvey, 6 " 2 "
John Sellers, 5 " 3 ??
S J Shuler, 50 ??
F W Bhuler, Guard 140 acres.
Argoe and Bolen, 1 building.
J W Broddy, 179 acres. 3 buildings.
Mrs C 11 Borbitt, Now Bridgo Road, 115
G A Louis, near Davib Bridge Road, 575
acres, 2 buildings.
Gabriel Tyler, ' Dnvis Bridge Road, 49
James Williams, 109 acres, 5 buildings.
Benjamin Byas, (1873?74), 686 Mr**.
0 E Bolen nnd L A Fogle, 222 acres.
J F Bolton, near Holman Bridge Read, e>
acres, 2 buildinge.
W II Qleaton, near 90 Read, 000 acres, 2
J L Gibson, 9C Read, 040 acrea, 1 balid
Rnfus Hoffman, 120 aerei, 8 buildinge. ?t>
Est J R Milheuse, 028 acres.
E W I Gates, 1815 "
T K Koller, 400 " 7 "
Mrs Emclie F Magril, Orangebarg Road,
840 acres, 10 buildings.;
Sam Warren, 6 Chop Road, 80 acres, 1
J J Woodward, n oar-BfllTilU Rotsd, 160
acres, 0 buildings.
Middle Tonnt hit/.
Samuel Frazier, 50 acres.
John Stackley, -Trustee, 6 Chop Read,
?00 acres, 9 bnildinga.
Mrs MAE Tilly, near State Read, 188
(.er es, 4 buildings.
New Hope Township.
1 J Baxter, 300 acres, 5 bnildinga.
R Coonor, 450 " 4 **
RichnrdDaVis, 100 ?* 1 "
B Dempsey, 250 **
Thomas Smith, Rowo'n Tamp, 1 let, 8
Adam Aiken, 200 acres, 1 building,
Benjamin Byaa Russell St., Deere, Trtu
tee, 2 lots, 2 buildings, 1872 and 1878.
James and Elizabeth Brown, Amelia St.
1 lot, 3 Buildings.
Benjamin Byas,. Amelia St., 1 let..,^
Muncrva Clark, Hot. , '
A Fischer, Agt fon A A Davis, Ball
Swamp Road, 137 acres - .- }
C F Gehrols, near Bollvillo (Read, 823
acres, 7 buildings.. . ? >
Addison Haines, 25 aores, 1 building.
Mrs Mary Mar chant, 15 ro lighten St., 1 lei
Mrs M T Myers, Bay at., 1 let, 1 Building
Mrs - Raehael, 200 acres, 4 buildings.
Est Absalom Stroman, near 5 Chop Read,
000 acres, 10 buildings.
Jesse Thompson, 27 acres, 2 buildinge.
J D Wolfe, Columbia Road, 1 let, 2
rine Grove Toitnship.
Fogle Ilrothera, 102 acrea.
E B Irlck, 310 " 4 building*.
Joseph Jackson 1 building.
F W Robinson', 25 aerei, 2 buildings.
Snntee Addison, 50 acrea.
Tho-uar, Allen, 60 acres, 2 buildinge.
Baxter k Andrews, 126 acres.
?? ?i 49 **
David frRnir, 225 toros, B-Buildinget""-ft
Elizabeth Bull 400 '? 2 ??
Snntee Davis, 78 " 1 "
S. W. Evans. 110? " 6 ??
Bill Fair & Wife, 40 M 3 "
Stanley Gaivin, 97 ** 1 "
Kiohard Goodvin, 800 T,
Frank Keoves, 41 *"
Roekey Grove Township.
Willie A. People, (near Columbia R'd) 80
Mrs. Elizaboth Brewn, 1200 acres, 6
Eli Busby, (nenr Benioker Bri'dg R'd)
114 acres 2 Buldings. -
Jim Manigaull,, (Banwell R'd) IG aerea,
Goodwin Powell, (Benioker Bri'dg R'd)
23 acres, 1 Building.
Charles Walker, 40 aores.
Susca ?. Shuler, 310 acres.
J. G. W. Warnook, Agt., 100 aerec, 8
John Brown, 40 acres, 8 Buildings.
Stephen Clemens 20 " 1 44
F. O. Gregory, (near Holman Bri'dg R'd)
151 acres, 0 Builkings]
W. D. Rilcy, (near Holman Bri'dg R'd) 81
acres, 8 Buildings.
Joseph H. Thomas, (near Holman Bri'dg
R'd) 20 aores, 2 Buildings.
Robert Washington, 40 aores, 2 Buildings}
J H Bollen near Holman Bridge Read,
114 acres, 7.buildings.
Jacob Barton, GO acres.
Est John H. Felder, 250 acres.
Rachel Smoake, 37 aeros.
John Tyler, '.near Cannon Bridge Read,
GO acrea, 2 buildings.
NOTICE is hereby given that tb? whole ?|f
the several parcels, lots and part of lota
of Real Estate described- ia the pre
ceeding list, er 80 much thereof *? will bs
necessary to ply the taxes, penalties aftj
nsscssnients charged thereon, will bo sold hgr
Treasurer of Orangeburg County, Stag*
Carolina, nt his office in said County, ?aj
Mondny, May 18th 1874, unless said taxes,
penalt ies nnd assessments be paid before
that time; and such sales will be continued
from day to day, until nil of said parcels,
lots and parts ef lots of Real Estate shell be)
sold or offered fer sale, provided such sag**
shall not be extended beyond Friday feUetfjf?
ing May 18?h 1874.
May 1st 1874.
JAMES VAN TASSEL,
Auditor of Orangeburg County,
may Id 1874 _tf
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLO
A T LAW,
Till A L JUSTICE,
j^q ildcnco In Fork eMT Edlsto,
uti BUSINESS. 'ENTRUSTED rill be
Promptly and carofttlly attended to.