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Petros Council Xo. 11, R.\ & S.\ M.\
"Will meet each Thiirsdny at 0 o'clock P. M.
from lot rOvtolicr to 1st April and#at 8
o'clock from 1st April to 1st October, on
tlic followin?; dales, June 2*1, .Julv 22, Aug.
19, Sept. Hi,"Oct. 21} Nov. IS, anil Dec. 10.
J. F. IZliAll, T. I.
G. "VVvImu.NSOX, 1 tcconler.
Km^ka Chapter No. Ill, R.\ A.\M.'.?
"Will meet during the pre.- ent Masonic year
at tbe uuual hours, Mm folbuvin dales:
March; 10th, "April 7th, May5th, .Tune
2ml, August -1th, September 1st, October
27th, November lJ 1th, Lecember 20th.
M. F. IZ1.AH. Mi K. II. P.
J. M. BauixsoN, See.
^ Shibboleth Lodge No. 28, A\ P.*. M.\?
OLAVill meet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock,
BgKrnm 1st Oct. to 1st April ami al 8 o'clock
Hrom 1st April to 1st October on the follow*
Y ing dates,.April 4, May 2, June (5, July 1,
U Aug. 3, Sept. j, Oct. Nov. 7, Dec. ?.
j AS. F. IZI.AK, \v:m.
Oko. W. 15itt N.;oN. See.
may 25) 1S7"> 7m.
k -"- ???
Ait j ? ^U^n
Ktlisto Louse No. 88,?Meets at Odd
?? Fellows Hall; every Monday evening at X
o'clock, from 20th March to 20th Sept. ami
at 7A o'clock from 20th Sr.pt. to 20th March.
A. FISCIlKi:, N. (i.
C. I). I'.LUMlv, S,c.
Kebecea L'otjgc?Me? ts 8 o'clock every
second Wednesday.'*', t'tersale tlavj
A. FISCH Kit, N. G.
This body meets June 8, Sept. 7, Dee. 7.
Mayors Court, held whenever occasion
SONS OF TEM PK I? ANG'E.
Ortiugcburg Division No. 2-1, meets every
Monday evening in llie basement of the
Ij O C A. ?i
iJcjpresentative. S. Ii. .Duncan was
'town on Weduisdny last.
Mrs. ducly Gootlwine died sit For te
-Motte in this county on Monday last
on the '27th vcar ol' I.or ago;
?A concert will ho given at Kiih.lt
3 lull on 80 th itist. by the Glee Ol ?b
Tickets a I dru?; store;
Call at Briggiuuiin & lvenimkerV
?if you want bargains. This store is
?crammed with good things for the
!Next Week wo will give a list of al!
if he oases tried ibis term id' the Court
?iud the mimes of the attorneys en
jgtvged iii them. The tax list lakes up
set 11 of our availiulo sjvyco in this issue.
The' "Voting Meu^s Christian Asso
?C'iutioii will bold jiublio service .some
time, in June The Association is in
;i most prosperous condition, ami it is
to be hoped will continue to grow.
A certain county oiiicial was mu
lling around tow n last week showing
ct paragraph in an nbscure shoot.
That fellow will sec himself pictured
in a respectable journal in about a
Air, Goo. lioliver con loin plates
having creeled a huge I broc-story
brick building on the corner occupied
by Fischer- This will be a tremen
dous improvement to the town, and
we hope soon to see the building going
up. Hurrah for Boliver !
Ko ix?pcclttblp man in South Caro
lina, or elsewhere regards the edito
rials of this journal a.s truths. The
iur< d henchman ami pimp of tiny
?nun, is unworthy of belief, and it is
generally understood that the writer
for tbe Union-1 IfruUl is nothing more
than a machine, lie is to bo pitied.
? G rtwnvillti Daily * cwn.
A GOOD AVVOINTMUST?
Tbe Governor has re-appointe 1 A .
F. Browning ISsrt., to the o.'-lice of
Trial Justice. The appoininicnt has
given complete satisfaction to the
Governor's friends, and w ill mollify
several who seemed ollbndcd because
of Browning's uncalled lor removal.
"We littst now that matters will
drift along smoothly.
The Billiard .Saloon is the place to
resort for fancy summer drinks. Mr.
Webb Hull knows exactly how to fix
them up, and can please the most
fastidious Bacchanal hin. Iiis wines
whiskeys, brandies, cordials, ales, ole.,
arc good enough for Dom Pedro, and
wc doubt not that if that individual
could be here thcVc wann opting
days that he would be found constant
ly at the Billiard Saloon. Webb's
tobaccc and cigars arc also very fine,
and are purchased extensively by
those wjio are fond of the weed put
up in proper shape.
Our neighbor got oil" last week
what seemed to him a joke on a gentle
man who had the misfortune to meet
with an accident during the lato fire
parade. We witnessed the fall alluded
to but failed to sec any fun about it.
There never is any fun connected with
falls in the Court House Square, as our
neighbor is abundantly able to testify,
lie bad a fall once close by the Pro
bate Judgo's office which looked like
anything but a joke to ns, and wo
were of the opinion that he would do
nothing to exhume from out the past
the excited ami unpleasant memories
of that almost fatal day. It is said
that jokes break no bones, but if wo
remember correctly the joke of that
day came very near breaking an edi
tor. So much for the present.
OH ANG LBURG GLEE CLUB
will give a CONCERT May "?Olli al
8 o'clock, P. M. in Elliott Hall for the
purpose of raisii g money for the sec
or.d installment on their instruments:
liesevveil Seals (iOclsl
Cr "ren 25 ct-.
> * iiqueiit Land
List for 1876
NOTjOE is hereby given dial the whole
of tlie several parcel.-', hils and pai ls of lots
of l?eal Estate described in the. precceding
list, or so much thereof as will he necessary
in pay the taxes, penalties and assessments
charged thereon, will he Kohl Ity/Trcasnrer
oi Orangebiirg County, South Carolina, at
b\< nllieii in said County, on Monday, .land'
IS?'?, unless said taxes, penalties and
assessments he paitl before that time; and
shell sales will he continued from day to
day, untill all of said parcels, lots and parts
of lots of Heal Estate shall he sold or oller
ed for sale, provided such sale .-hall not l;e
extended beyond Friday following
??IA At i-? VA.\ T.VhJMSli,
Auditor cif Orangelairg County.
Amakcr, A V :Y<\ acre.- and 22 buildings,
I EnibJy, .Inly 1 1 6t and 1 building,
Em lie!:, Ci lia Est., 20 acres and 2 build
Oliver, Tims. 1,000 acres hi.d2 buildings
Palmer. Ecnaid 1 Lot,
Tearce, James 1 Lot and 1 building,
East, E V 1 Eot'i
Smoakc, Adam Adinr. 100 acres ami 2
Zeigler,.1 .1 25 acres and o buildings,
Zeigler, Emma 000 acres and 1 buildings,
Zeigler, Jane M 300 acres and ? build
A rant, Henry Eat. ISIS acres and S build
I'.axter, Wilson S.", acri.-,
Edwards, James Est. 13S acres,
Saspnrlas, M J 13"> acres and 1 building;
Sa?portas, T K 227 nces and 2 buildings,
Summers, Joe 10 acres ami 3 buildings,
Jlichard.son, Joe 50 acres and 3 buildings,
Colenian, It 1' ?-i? acre- and 2 buildings,
l.*ld<es, Joseph 100 acres,
0lover, Joshua 120 acres,
Hampton, I'eter 200 acres and -1 build
1 Iaiujitoh, I'eter Jr., 200 acres and ?*?
lnabinet, II \V Est. .'$."7 acresaiid ? hiiild
Jackson, ,7 E 200 acres anil 1 buildings,
EegareJ Thus, II Kev 1,000
Mcbain, Aug.!- 00 acres,
It ober Is, E IV 25 acres and 2 buildings,
Whitakcr, II 0 100 acres and 2 buildings.
Slater, \V If k E A Zeigler Agt., 1380
acres and 1 huil.lings.'
Hair, Joshua 1">:;7 acres and 1 building.
Hrown, Elijah 5 acres and 1 building.
Cam, O E-100 acres.
Colli? r, Lewis I' 303 acres and f> building*
Collins, Caesar 32 acres.
Connor, D E 550 acres and ?! buildings.
Jackson,.! E 200 acres ar.d 1 building.
Eelh y, Dolly 10 acres and I building.
Itichardson, Dick I CO acres and 3 build
f'asportas, M J 500 acres and 1 building
Shcpard, J E 30acres.
Stephens. Isnrel \ & ncTe? and 1 building.
Stephens, Staphel) 2"> acres and 1 build
Summers Daniel 201 acres and 2 build,
Van Tassel Jas (?ob! to E. It. Austin) 000
Van Tassel Jas (.-obi to h P> Austin) 200
Van Tassel Jas (sold to E h Austsn) 3"?2
acres and 2 buildings.
llutcliius, Selinao? acres and 2 buildings.
Olhy.m Anbury 00 acres ami 3 buihlii g...
Tucker, Samuel 12 aeici and 2 building*
-v? gge ??j-'ii^rj;^'""V-i.'i?ii-r ssggggEgegggi
]5ozanl,C F Mrs 450 acres.
' Car?n,fj >V 325 acres aiuM biiilding?.
Hoffman j. W. 000 acres and Iii build
Livingston, Louisa GOO acres, and ?1
Mack, J..s P. 200 acres and -1 buildings
.Sally Itaford lOO acres, 2 buildings
Andrews, Thad 0 50 acres.
Hull, M 272 acres,
Itiloy Peter 20 acres and 1 building.
Thompson, Isaac 31 acres.
Porter, AnnC 100 acres.
Phillips, L A 2C0 acres.
Carson, llachuel \V 150 acres and 0
Johnson, J M 200 acrca ami ? building-.
Pou. Henry 17^ acres.
Carter Boston, 50 acres.
Andrews, Thad 0 3'j:i acres.
Chceseboro. U. C. lot) acres and 1 build
Darby, J II I>r 1000 acres and -1 build,
i Hampton Addison 120 acres.
Hart tiabe 150 acres and 3 buildings.
Hopkins, Nelson 1(55 acres and 0 build
h ick Campion 20 acres and 2 buildings.
Murray, J.uke 20 acres and 2 buildings.
I hoeniakcr Patsy 37 acres and 2 build
Waltz Elizabeth 20 acres and 3 buildings
Wiley, William 10 acres ami 1 building.
Avers Elizabeth 411 acres ami -1 build
Driiiier, J I) 110 acres und 3 buildings.
Sbuler, D J (No 1)158 acre*-.
Shiiler. D.I ( No 1) 153 acres.
Shuler, S L -too acres.
Thomas, Hobt. 88 acres and 3 buildings.
Zeigler, J D. 150 acres and 8 buildings.
(Ml. J V 1.1 a.-res ami 1 buihling.
Smith, Thomas I Lot and S buildings.
Antley, U P Agt 070 acres.
Ihizard, J E ?*.() acre* and 8 buildings.
Iio'/ard, C E Mrs -10 acres and 2 buildings
Colter t.?'eO 1 acre and 2 building;;.
Dant/.lcr, Addison 27 acres.
DeMais, F 1 building.
Fehler, K J 100 acres and 2 buildings,
(?ovei -v Pearee, 250acres ami 4 build
Wovor,? A Mrs 125 -?eres and 1 build
Harlzog, \V F 1 Lot (Jamison) 3 build
lhdmau, .1 A K Trustee 10 I acres and 4
iiiabiiiei, Mary .\ loa acre*.
Jackson; Andrew 50 acres and ."buildings
Jone-, William 01 acres,
l.ithgo, Ceo 1 Lot and 2 buildings.
Marcbaut, Mary list., 1 Lot ami 1 build
.Me'liehamp fi K Mrs 2| acres and 1
MeKiniav, Francis R I Let and 1 build
A rand rows' Thau C 1 Lot Market Si.
Mibon, L Mrs S acres and 1 building.
Mint/., Irwin 1 hol and 1 building.
Rast, Martha A 50 acres and 2 buildings.
Robinson, P 10 acres and 2 buildings.
Sasportas, M .1 .".on acres and 1 buihling.
Sasportas, T K 140 acres and 1 buildings.
Smith, U M 1 Lot aml.l budding.
Sarney. Joe 114 acres and 2 buildings.
Till, W C 150 acres suid 0 buildings.
Tide-. Alke 1 Lot and 1 building,
Thompson, John M 1 Lot and 1 buildhvg.
Thompson, (!eo. 7 acres.
Washington, John 20 acres,
j Willi i ns, L'athrine K 1 Lot ami - build
Zimmerman, Stephen 50 acres anil 3
Ejtzgeraldsy J D E 40 acres and 4 build
I-'iudd, Henry 122 acres and 0buildings.
Wecks, Jriby Est. 112? acres and 11
Adams. Joe 30 acres.
Ih-owhing, Mrs 0 42acre.%
(milliard, John 17 acres.
Kinder, 10 Y 400 acres and 8 buildings.
VYiogcs, O II J 14 acres ami 3 buildings.
Hull, E M SS acres and 1 building.
Jaeksov, Peter, 01) acres and 3 buildings -
.laeksoii, Hobt. K 50acres and 3 buildings
Meyers, U A 200 acres.
Slmler, I line E 430 acre --.
butler, J \V 50 acres.
Panning, Allen 50 acres.
Lu.-bie, Eli 14 acres.
Dykes, ltieliard 00 acres.
Hutch ins Stephens 50 acres.
Jackson, E M Mrs 2r, acres.
Jones, Frank 50acres and 3 buildings.
Kiit roll, A J 301 acres and 7 buildings.
Mc.Micheal (i S 47 acres.
McMichael, N A Mr* 104 acres.
Palmer, J D 38 acres and 2 buildings.
Storkie, D C ISO acres and 4 buildings.
Williams Solomon 50 acres and 1 build
lb-own, Willian 50 acres and 2 buildings.
Eludd, Daniel Dr. 1200 acres and 10
Eeitt, 11 ill lard 59 acres.
Mulliiifl, Hetty 177 acres.
Andrews, Thad C 100 acres.
lJonnetl, M A .Mrs 125 acres and S build
?iixbce, G>'.i i>l a ;ri.i.
Gnrick^ P W 200 ncrc-jjuul 2 buildings.
Hughes, E 81 acres.
Hughe*; Kitott 1?? acres and 'I buildings
Jackson, Moses GO acres and 2 building.;.
Jefcoat, DO 125 acres.
Jones, Amor -17 acres.
KiltrcU, Cr \V 100 aeras anil 2 buildings.
Maul trie, William 40 acres.
rendarvis, "William 100 acres and 2
Reed, <: .S 200 acres and 1 building.
Andrews, Thud C OH! acres ami 7 build
Hol I on, J 11 111 acres and ~i building?'.
Daisy, John 10 acres.
Fehler, Sam -10 acres and 2 buildings.
Funehe.-s, William 10acres ami 1 build
MeMiehael, K X O 7 acres.
McMichael, Jerone N 00 acres.
MeMiehael, M E Mrs.
Poosur. Cephas SO acres ami 0 buildings.
I'obrer, Ann E Mrs 150 acres 0buildings
Simmes, John II Trustee 200 acres and I
The following is a list of Taxpayers who
have tendered "Pills of the Hank of tin
Slate" in payment of Taxes and published
by instruction reeieved from the Comp
troller-< iencral of S. C :
Keller, W It 2000 acres ami 10 buildings.
Paulliiig, William 500 acres and 1) build
Pilhan, V 1701 acres and 10 buildings.
Hirton, I) It 3'JS acres.
Felder, I? S 2000 acres and IS buildings.
Frederick, S M Mrs 191 acres.
Frederick, A S ""iO acres 9 buildings.
Itiggs, II l?? acres.
Robinson, W F ?00acres mid 2 buildings.
Addon, Henry 1 Lot.
Alhreeht, M 1 Lot and 3 buildings.
Antley, U S Exb'r 10 acres and 1 build
Antley, R S Trustee -120 acres and ?
Uoiuird, Jacob I) 3tj acres and 5buildings
Hull, iS A 1G70 acres, 2 Lots and 13 build
Hull & Scovillc, 1 Lot.
Hi-igginaniij V ii W 2 Lots mid ? build
Dant/Ier, S D Agt 307 acres and -1 build
Dukes, A C .'J Lots 5 buildings.
Kllis, E L Miss 103 acres 3 Lots and 1
F/ckiel. F Mrs 1 hot and l buildings.
Felder, P S 1 Lot and -1 buildings.
Frederick, AD 1213 acres 10 buildings,
(rovan, P list 1 Lot and 2 buildings.
Hamilton, John A 1 Lot and 2 buildings.
Hurley, Joseph 1" 1 Lot 0 bid Ming*.
I/.lar.W V 1 Lot.
Davn-s, Ann Mrs 1 Lot.
Davit??,??-? 7 i?.1 i i...:i.t:..?.
Meroney, Ann K 3 Lots and !! buildn
l'ithan, \' 2 Lots and 1 building.
Quigby, DJ Trustee I Lot.
lUggs, II 550 acres, 2 Lots and 23 build
Jtiggs, II 1 Loll
Si-trunk, W A A 1 Let ftmlt building*:
Sei)'vilie,'W N 1 Lot and -1 buildings.
Till, W C 150 acres ami0 buildings.
Thorn, t'has. 11 Mcresj 1 Lot and ? build
Tliof'n & Jackson, 1 Lot and 1 building.
"\ ar.ghn, M A Mrs. -100 acres and S build
Williams, Jas. A Agt 1 Lot and 1 build
Darby, A T Or 1300 acres and 5 build
Jones, I) 1) (>I7 acres and -t buildings.
Itiggs, H. 50 acres.
Hull A Scovillc, 331 acres and 4 build
Hart, Ira F 300 acres and 10 buildings.
Keller, Ann C 1120acres'mid 12 btiild
Shuler, D A 203acres and 6 buildings.
llydrick, A S 1250 acres.
/ 'ii ion.
P.rown, Elizabeth M 1200 a civs and 5
Norris, D K 1810 acres and 12 building-.
Felder, P S for wife 500 Acres mid -
Hughes, Oco. E 153 acres and 5 buibl
Kobihsnn, J D 105 acres and-I buildings.
Saiiford, II JI 17s neiesmid 3 buildings.
Sanford, O W 2S0acres ami 5 buildings.
llnrton, D 11 S3 acres and I buildings.
Fehler, I' S 210 acres.
Louis, D 1012 acres ami ?"> buiblings.
Higgs, K .1 Mrs 31 acres ami ? buildings
iViggs, II 350 acres and 2 build ings.
Sallcy, Edward 23 acres.
Smoak, I?' T 217acres and (* buiblings. .
Smoak, It L 2 ? acres.
Sin bake, S IS Mrs 135 acres and 8 build
(loodwvill, A D 1000 r.er. s and 0 build
Speigner, W 1* 000 acres and 2 buildings
Wannninaker, J J Fsl 1000 acres and 2
Wannaniaker, W W 1150 acres, 2~> build
Zimmerman, Daniel 2720 acres, H I build
Antley, H P F.x'r 04 acres, 1 building
Farntim, Oliver, tU-tO acres, IS building
(ireen, M II 700 acres, S buildings
Shuler, 1) W 0?0 acres, -1 buildings
Fehler, P S 739 acres, 5 buildings
Jennings, II II 3200acres, -l? buildings
Smoak, It Z 111 acres, 8 buildings
Sistrunk, W A J 750 acres, G buildings
f (} midland
Stroman, C J 2730 acres, 19 buildings
Strbmnn. Jacob 5000 acres,25 buildings
JIvdriek, A S 1250
barton, D H 17 |S acres, I buildings
Daviii (! J, 139 acres, -1 buildings
o H. SCHACHT
With a full supply of Groceries,
Shoes, Clothing and General Mer
Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco,
Low D0w,n Prices.
Hereby informs his Friends, and the Public generally, that he is now
receiving o large stock of
and respectfully requests an early examination of same.
Price.- arc lower than ever in Ibis market for cash.
Good BEEVES and SHEEP in
good condition, for which fu?l
market price will be paid. Apply to
M. A L BE ECHT. "
may 13 tt'
Notice of Bismissal
NOTICK ishereby given thai I shall one
month from date file my final account with
the Honorable .lodge of Probate foriJrahgu
burg County, and ask for letters ?f dis
missal as (ftiardalu of Jer?ihe and John
H. II. CLATTON,
may !?*> -it
G O ? D S
Two Thousand Dollars Worth of
II j VTII3 WJSL H"E
To be Sold at Auction at J. \Y.
Mosclcy'a Old Stand, corner
Market ami llusscli
Sales every Saturday and on first
Monday in month until closed out.
Bargains may be expected.
Sales cumiiietic? this day at 11
\V. A. MERONEY,
may G?tf Auctioneer
IMLAGE YOUItSKLl' INDKPKNDENT
of the Scarcity of Labor, by procuring
HKhJj CilLTIVATOK.s- .
Come and see them work, at the i air
(j rounds on Saturd.iv, May LHh. and judge
w hether they are a dumbing or not. They
are a gn'at labor-saving iinp'chu lit, doing
the work of two nun ami two horses whh
one horse and plowman. I'or sal.- bv
CANNON tS: ItOUINSOX,'
Sole Agents for the Count v.
The far*! trotting thorough-bred Stallion
ma?r. 13i\txo 'rnrsTKi',
will stand the season at my stables.
MAMliltlNO TRUSTKK, by Mainhriuo
Medley, ho by Old Mambrinn" Chief; Main
brino Medley'* first dam by Young Medley;
a tine race mare, second dam by Stan'ey;
third dam by Trustee; fourth daiii bv Specu
MAMItUIXO TPvUSTKirS first dam Jenny
Den'nev, by ll<deolm; li.-st dam by Lady
Wood ford, by Sir William Woodford; he by
Wood ford; luvt dam hv liertr.oid.
MAMI1K1NO TIUJST1CM was bred by
Ucorg-' W. Ogden, Wrights Station, Ken
lueky Central bail Road, Lombon Cotihty,
Kentucky, lie is live years tdd, and ha*
not had much ban U'.ng but what he hail
showed splendid action'. He trotted on the
Columbia track hist fall at the rate of 2.do
THAI). C. ANDbKWS
Orangeburg hi very and Side Stables.
T. S. Hoard Ibra lew mates can he hail at
apYil. 2[>th. . ti*.
a day at home. Agents wanted.
fP Outfit and terms free, TRU12 & CO.,
mar 11 1870 1 v
Avant to make
a change in our busl
??COS UllU ilav^t Jii.j;)ii .,
change in our prices, "NYc
will sell our Entire*"Stook of
Goods now in Store at cost for
the next thirty days. We mean
vhat we say, nud would invite all
thosa that wish to save money
to call and price before
J. R PARLE jT & co,
N?tice of Dissolution
'1 lie limited Partnership entered into ou
the Thirteenth day of October, A. P. 187S,
by Joub W. Moseley, as general Partner
and irarach E. Tol in, as special Partner,
trading under the firm name of Joab W?
Sloseley% Tbc cerlilicato whereof is record
ed in the ollicc of the Itegistcr of Mean*
Conveyance for OrangeburgCounty aforo*
.laid in P.ook No. 14, pages 40, -152, 4-r>3, his
ta t :? this day dissolved by mutural content
and notice of (Iiis dissolution has been doly
filed and recorded in the said oflico.
?iangcburg. S. C, Feb. 18th 1870.
.1. W. MOSELEY,
SAH A II E. TOWN,
fi b 10 3m
,1UST RECEVIED FROM
1). landretii &/ son
13. E. KZFJilEL?.
STATE OF SOUTH GAR0LIS8A.
jiy An;. B, Know t ton, Esfiuire, J. P,
Whereas, J. l\ Watt, hath mads
suit to me, to grant to him Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate and effect* of
Win. K. Watt, late of said county,
Those are therefore to cite and ad
monish ail and singular, the kindred auf
Creditors of- the said Wro. R. Watt,
deceased, that they b* and appear, before sue,
in the Court of Probate, to be h?id at
Orangebnrg (}. II. on May 29tb, ntxt,
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, '.o shew cause, if any they have,
why the sab! Administration should not hi
(liven under tiiv hnnd, this 10th day of
Mav, Anno Domini 1870.
AUG. B. KNOWLTO?,
[ L S] - Judge of Probate, O, C,
imv 13 4t