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l'olros Council No. 11, R.\ & S.% M-"
"Will meet each Thursday at 0 o'clock P. M.
from 1st October to 1st April and at 8
o'clock from 1M. April to 1st October, on
the following dates, dune 24, July 22, Aug.
39. Sept. 1?. Oct. 21, Nov. 18, and Dec. 10.
. J. F. IZLAll, T. I.
G. W. BtiUStSOJf, ltccorder.
Enreka diopter No. 13, ??-. A.\ M.\?
"Will "meet during the present Masonic year
at the usual hours, the followin dates :
March. 10th, April 7th, May 5th, June
2nd, August 1th, September 1st, October
27th,-Nevcmber 24th, December 29th.
J. P. IZLAll, M. K. II. 1'.
J. M, IJnuNsoN, Sec.
Shibboleth botlge No. 28, A.'. F.*. ,?.'.?
"Will meet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock,
from 1st Oct. to 1st April and at 8 o'eh?ck
1st Oct. to 1st April and at 8 o'clock
1st April to 1st October on the follow
ttcn, April 4, May 2, June 0, July -1,
8, Scot. 5, Oct. It, Nov. 7, Dec. A.
JAS. P. IZLAU, W.M.
Gko. W. Bkcnsox, Sec.
may 29 li>7 ">
I. O. O. F.
Eilisto Loil^o No- Meets at Odd
Frll?iv? Hall, every Monday, evening at 8
o'clock, from 20th March to 20tli Sept. and
at 71 o'clock from 20th Sept. to 20th March.
A. PlSCIlhlt, N. O.
O. I). NLUMK, See.
Uebecca t,0ll?O?Met t* S o'clock every
second Wednesday after sale dav.
' A. KlSCHKlt, N. 0.
Thiii body meets June 8, Sept. 7, Dee. 7.
Mayors Court, hold whenever occasion
SONS OF TEMPERANCE.
Orangeburp Division No. 24, meets even
Monday evening in the basement of the
O C J? L
The Baptist Sunday School
Oil Wednesday last under genial
skies and the influence of a kindly
mm, the scholars of the Baptist Sun
<lay iScbool assembled at the Baptist
Church in this place where they were
photogruphed by Mr. Schifley, pre
parntory to their departure lor
Andrew's Fish Trap, the Bpot selected
fot their pic-nic.
Andrews' Fish Trap is growing
famous for social and friendly gather
ing.*, and has frequently in lule years
lu'en made worry with the joyous
*houts of happy children., mid the
ringing laughs of the young and old
together; but of all the merry gather
ings of the past at that place, none
*o completely came up to our ideal of
*i genuine,, enjoyable pie-uic as that
"one which made redolent with pleas
ure und happiness the surroundings
5tnd -atmosphere at Audi'cws' Fish
Trap on Wednesday last.
The succc-s of the pie-nic "re due to
the HKlelatigablc exertions \>( the fol
lowing committees: Committee of
gctit-lcmen, Messrs. J. A. Zeiglcr, C.
F. Gehrels, G. W. Wilson, W. A.
iSdwards; committee of ladies, Mrs.
Norris, Mrs. Livingston, Mrs. Wiles,
?Irs. Andrew?, Mrs. C eh reis, Miss
/v itching and Miss Williams ; Com
?nittee of Judges, S. 11. Mellichampe,
T, C. "A'odrows, B* Williamson, A.
The filtviidanc? was large and
respectable. Arrivexl at the ground
the children were called up and a
prayer ottered by Mr. Sehiflcy* After
tnusfc from ov.r charming band, Mr.
Schifley entertained the Sunday
School Scholars, and ninny older
tnies, with an address that was pecu
liarly apptoprinte to the occasion,
and which was followed by the exer
cises marked our. for the child ecu.
The programme was interspersed
throughout with delightful airs, dis
coursed by the Glee Club, and was as
Ibllows: Address by Misses. L. K.
K?rrig, followed by the singing of a
hymn; Royal Egg-hunt, ami the
crowning of Miss Otis V.'bitmoreas
Queen, who was guarded by the
Royiil i Captain, plaster Henry
Livingston; H?ning Mutch by 2nd
Bible class;. Peeping Ladies by Bright
Baxter; Take Cure of Yourself, by
Mist' Ida Zeig'ci; Hymn by the School;
^?lYaf.?nd^^ by 1st
Bible class; Baps on the X^ap Stone;
Corn Sack Race; Hymn by thcScbool;
The Rose, by Miss lk M. Biewer;
Justice and Prisoner, by Je?erson
Wilson and Johnny Zeiglcr; Jumping
Match, by boys; Hymns and Music;
Stray Donkey, by Willie Thompson;
Jumping Match by girls; Sallic
Walker around the May Pole, by all
the children; Old Pilgrim by Mr.
Wilkinson; Climbing the May Pole;
Kind Words by Miss Jessie Melli
champ; The Bible, by Miss Bozardt;
The Healing Kiss, by Mits Kcziah
Thompson; Base Ball.
Here the prizes wire distributed as
Miss Clara Wiles, ltd. prize, pielc
stand; Miss Jessie Mcllichainpc, 2nd.
prizo, glass set; Miss Ida Zeigler, 3rd.
prize, doll; Henry Livingston, 4th.
prize, bottle of extract; Miss L. II.
Norris, ;?th. prize, fan holder; Bright
Baxter, 6th. prize, -; John A.
Zeigler, Jr., 7th. prize; Jefferson
"Wilson, 8th. prize; Miss Bozardt, 9tli.
prize; Miss Blower, 10th. prize; Willie
Thompson, 11th. prize; Keziah
Thompson, 12th. prize. Arrow prac
tice, John A. Zeigler, Jr., 1st. prize;
Jefferson Wilson, 2nd. prize. Rope
jumping by girls?1st. pri'/c to Miss
Hydrick. Corn suck race, 1st, prize
JeHbrson Wilson; 2nd. prizo, John A.
Zeigler, Jr. Jumping by hoys?1st.
prize, Mack Wilson; 2nd. prize to
Willie Thompson. Base Bull?1st.
prize to Allen Tarier; 2nd. prize,
John A. Zuiyler,
R KM ARKS.
As said above, the day was delight
fully suited to the occasion and was
just tlie kind for a pic-uic. The pro
gramme was curried out admirably
and afforded continuous enjoyment
und amusement to all present. The
poetry and dialogues repeated rcllcc
tcd much credit upon hoth Ihc teach
era and the scholars of the Baptist
Sunday School. The singing was
also excellent. In short, everything
connected with the day's proceedings
seemed designed for ttie purpose ol
imparting interest and pleasure to the
assembled crowd. There was nothing
there that was beggarly. Young
Indies were out in abundance, shed
ding a halo of loveliness over all by
the witchery of their graces, the beauty
of their smiles, the sweetness of t heir
silvery voices, intcrluded and supple
mented by merry pen's of joyous laugh
ter. The middle aged und those on
the winter's side of life, were also there,
and watched with delighted hearts
the Performances of the young, in
whose interest the pic nic was given.
They beheld with evident satisfaction
the gay hopes which seu-mod to light
up the faces of the young boys and
maidens wlrosxs combined presence
made Andrews' Fish Trap a thing
of complete beauty on Wednesday.
We regret that the want of space
prevents an extended account of the
m'iny pleasant incidents of the day.
The crowning of Miss O is
VYhitiitore, Queen.Avas ?rti interesting
ceremony. .Vaster Henry Livingston
was appointed Royal Captain and
guarded her with jealous care. Though
young, he seemed to appreciate his
charge, air-.( we opine will make a gal
lant siege upon the iitadel of sonic
lady's heart when ho becomes a man.
Dinner was announced about 2
o'clock, when a table covered with
dJiciuus edibles, was lined from end
to end by the merry happy crowd. A
blessing was asked by the Rev. A* I.
Hartley and soon all were busy with
knife and fork. The committees vied
with each other in their efforts to
make everybody feel at home, and to
seeing that no one was neglected. The
dinner was bountiful, well dressed,
and well served.
If! the afternoon further sports were
iudulgcd in, up to thedistributiou of
the prizes, ot which we have already
made mention. And thus closed a
pic-uic day that will long he remem
bered by every one who was present.
Wc do not desire to make any iuvid
ious distinctions, but wc cauuot "close
this account without special reference
to Mr. Geh reis, to whose untiring zeal
must he attributed the success of
the amusements gotten up for the
benefit of the children. The pre
sence of our own magnificent brass
hand also added largely to the en
joyments of t he day.
Long live the memories of Wed lies
The Court House is getting prettier
and prettier. I
Mr. Wilson has a beautiful cotton
.- ? ?
The Rev. Win. E. Perryclcrc will
preach in the Baptist Church to
The building in which Fischer re
cently soid groceries and liquors has
been lorn down. Boliver's three story
goes up soou.
August Fischer has temporarily
changed quarters. He will hold forth
for the present at the two stores next
door to McMaster's old stand.
Five of the murderers of Harmon
and his wife were taken Jroro the jail
in Abbeville on Wednesday last hy a
I party of armed mon and shot to death.
Cue hundred shots were lircd into the
prisoners by one hundred men in the
broad day light in the presence of
hundreds of citizens.
Dr. W\ C. Whetstone brought to
our office on Thursday lust a bundle
of outs seven feet in bight, and says
he has three acres that will average
that around. Dr. Whetstone is a
successful fanner and we would be
much obliged to him for a communi
cation on "The Way to Grow Outs."
We learn that a number of persons
will be baptized at Branchville by
Rev. A. I Hartley on to-morrow
week. The Baptist Church at that
place is a large and respectable body,
and we congratulate its members up
on having lor their pastor so learned
and eloquent a gentleman as Mr.
A vocal and instrumental concert
will be given at Elliott Hall May
30th by the Orangebmg Glee Club to
raise money to pay the second install
ment on their brass instruments.
Tickets for sale at Dr. Dukes, Dr.
Wannnnmker and J. A- Hamilton,
also at the door. A dmittnucn 50ots.
Children 25cts. Reserved scats GOcts.
Doors open at 7*. Concert begins at
ANOTHER EE\V STREET?
We learn that an effort is afoot to
open a street on the East side of the
railrodd from the bridge crossing the
track near Mr. Aaron's old place?now
owned by Mr. Dukes?up to the front
of railroad avenue, running in front
of the residences of Messrs. Wilson,
Bull, Lucas and others. The iden is
a good one, and will help the trade of
the railroad portion of our go-ahead
The musical concert promised by
Prof. Berg is likely to be a first class
affair, and will afford a great deal of
pleasure to our amusement-loving
community. The concert is to take
place in Elliott, Hall and should be
patronized liberally by our people.
The proceeds of the entertainment
will be applied to the payment of the
2nd installment on the instruments
for the Glee Club. See advertise
ment in another column.
IMPORT A XT?
The Grand Council of ibe Agricul
tural CotmccUors meets at one
o'( lock i?. m. the second Saturday in
each month. The officers are: j. P.
M. Foures, President, Grand Council;
Lewis Summers. Vice-Presidont; A.
F. Cain, Secretary; T. j. Phillips,
Treasurer; Miltrane Cm in, Warden;
Max Baxter, Wx; Isaac Berry, Chap
lain. We learn that these organiza
tions are in a flourishing condition.
Their utyect is to instruct the colored
people in agricultural matter.*, which
is a good one.
Security Lifo Insu ranee aud Anuuity
Company oT New York.
We nrc pleased to record the
prompt payment by the above Com
pany, (through Mr. Louis Sherfcsee,
their General Agent for this State),
of the losses caused by the deaths of
Mr. D. M. V. Huff, of Branch ville,
and Mrs. Mary M. Copes, of Grahams,
both of whom were insured in that
Company, the former for ?2000, and
the latter $5000.
The Security is one of the old es
tablished companies, having been
organized in 1602, and bus been doing
business in this State since 1808.
This Company has paid losses in
South Carolina amounting to nearly
a quarter of a million of dollars,
without any litigation or tin necessary
Their statement shows that al
though they paid in 187? death claims
amounting to ?392,033.26 and rettii li
ed to Policy Holders as Dividends
8305,001.52, its assets have increased
$173,30 1.04 and its surplus $155,538.
70, making its assets on 1st Jan'y.,
187G, &3,G33,900.25, and its surplus
S03G.427.00. This certainly speaks
well for the management of the Com
pany. This Company bejtig chartered
by the Stato of Now York, is subject
to the stringent laws enacted by the
Legislature of that State, for the pro
tection of Policy Holders, the advan
tage of which our citizens arc now
aware of. Messrs. Htitsou & Unison
arc Agents at Ornngcburg, S. C.
- - ?mm> ? ?- ? gB8SHI..i -.
A Fl.owkk that changes its
Coi.ou.? Botany U a division of na
tural scienco which treats of plants,
and a study of Vegetable Pbisiology
must bo the foundation of botanical
knowledge?a study only possible by
the improvements iu the microscopo
and in organic chemistry. As plants
are not scattered haphazard over tho
earth) botanical geography inuil bo
studied, with thi3, plant-history.
Botany may bo applied to the wauts
of evcry-day life, as in Agriculture,
Horticulture, or Medical Botany.
Animals often exhibit a marvelous
instinct in selecting incdicin.il herbs,
and an observation of their habits
has often, even in the present time,
led to most valuable discoveries. And
should man, with his knowledge and
appliances, fail to discovci less than
the brute? It is of Medical Botany
we would speak, or of the Hepatrhe
Plnnt, discovered in Southern Nubia,
the Flower of which changes its color
with every change of the atmosphere,
The remarkable changes and varia
tions of this,Plant and Flower have
been for years our special study, re
sulting in the discovery of its posses
sion of wonderful medical properties,
the existeuee and value of which
have heretofore been cntiroly un
known to medical science. After
much labor and scientific investiga
tion, wo have succeeded in extracting
its peculiar medicinal principles,
which is u specific ami cure for all
diseases of the Liver, Stomach and
Bowels; a permanent cure for Dyspe
psin, Indigestion, Spleen, Constipa
tion, Joundice, and ail Billious Com
plaints. Of course we cannot send a
living Flower of this Pi nut to all who
rctul of Hepa tine; hut to all who will
send their address to Merrell &
Coudcn, Philadelphia, Pa., with a
thrcQ-eeul stamp for return postage,
wc will send Free a fac-smilc of the
Flower, that will change its color
just the same is the real Hepa tine
The Medicine, Mcrrcll's Ilepatine,
for sale by Dr. A. C. Dukes- Orange
burg, S. O, and will cure all diseases
of the Liver.
List for 1876
Lithgo, Oeo 1 Lutand 2 building*.
I A maker, A P 381 acres and 22 buildings,
I Embly, July 1 Lot and 1 building,
I Furtlck, Ceiia Est, 20 acres and 2 build
Oliver, Thos. 1,060 acres and 2 buildings,
Palmer, Lennrd 1 Lot,
Pcarce, James 1 Lot and 1 building,
Rast, L P 1 Lot,
Zeigler, J J 25 acres and 5 buildings
Zeigler, Emma 000 acres and 4 buildings,
Zeigler, Jane M 300 acres and 0 build
A rant, Henry E?t. 18} acre* and 8 build
Baxter, Wilrtuii R? acres,
Kdwards, James Est. 138 acres,
Sasportas, M J 135 acres and 1 building,
.Sasportas, T K 227 acres and 2 buildings,
Summers, .lue 10 acres and 3 buildings,
Richardson, Joe 50 acres and 3 buildings,
Coleman, It P 510 acres and 2 buihlings,
Dukes, Joseph 100 acres,
(ilover, J<6ri)iua 120acres,
Inabinet, II W Est. 337 acres and ? build
Jackson, J F 200 acres and -1 buildings,
Legare. Thos, II Rev 1,000
McLain, Angus 09 acres,
Roberts, F W" 25 acres and 2 buildings,
Whilaker, 11 C 100 acres and 2 buildings.
Stabler, XI F & L A Zeigler Agt., 1380
acres and 1 buildings.
Hair. Joshua 1?37 acres and 1 building.
Brown, Elijah 5 acres and 1 building.
Cam, O L 400 acres.
Collier, Lewis 1* 308 acres and G buildings
Collins, Caesar 32 ncres.
Connor, I) E 550 acres and 4 buildings.
Jackson, J F 200 acres and 1 building.
Kelley, Dolly 10 acres and 1 building.
Richardson, Dick 100 acres and 3 build
Fasportas, M J MO acres and 1 building
ShcparU, J L 30 acres,
j Stephens, Isarel 18 acres and 1 building,
j Stephens, Stephen 25 acres and 1 build
Summers Daniel 204 acres and 2 build
Van Tassel Jas (sold to L. B. Austin) 000
Van Tassel Jas (sold to L B Austin) 200
j Van Tassel Jas (sold toL B Ausbin) 352
I acres and 2 buihlings.
OBryan Asbury 60 acres and 3 buildirgs.
Tucker, Samuel 12 acres and 2 buildings.
Bozard.C F Mrs 4">0 aces,
Hoffman J. W. 000 acres and 12 build
Livingston, Louisa 600 acres, and -1
Mack, Jas 11 200 acres and 4 buildings*
Sally Rafortl 100 acres, 2 buildings
Andrews, TJiad 0" 50 ncres.
Good by* a
Bull, M 272 acres,
~ RHcy Peter 20 acres and 1 building.
Thompson, Isaac 34 acres.
Porter, Ann C 1G0 acres.
Phillips, L A 2C0 acres.
Carson, llach.iel AY 150 nerea and 6
Johnson, J M 200 acre* and 6 buildings.
Pou. Henry 178 acres.
Carter Boston, 60 acres.
Andrews, Thud C 299 acres,
Choescboro. L. C. 150 acres and 1 build
Darby, J BDr 1600 acres and 4 build.
Hampton Addison 120 acres,
j Hart Oabc 156 acres and 3 buildings.
Hopkins, Nelson 165 acres and C build
Iriek Campion 20 acres and 2 building*
Murray, Luke 20 acres and 2 buildings.
Shoemaker Patsy 37 acres and 2 build
Waltz Elizabeth 20 acres aud 3 buildings
Aycra KUzabeth 4M acre* and 4 build*
Urtjncr, J I> MO acres and 3 buildings.
Shuler, DJ(Nol) 158 acrea.
Shuler, 8 L 400 acres,
Zeiglcr, J D. 150 acres and 8 building*.
Ott, J V 1 \ acrea and 1 building.
Smith, Thomas 1 Lot and 3 buildings.
Antlcy, K P.\gt C70 acres.
Buznrd, J E SO acres and 8 buildings.
Howard, C F Mrs 40 acres and 2 burbling*
Colter OeO 1 acre and 2 buildings.
Dantzler, Addison 27 acres,
DeMars, F 1 building.
Felder, K J 100 acre- and 2 buildings.
Glover & Pearee, 250 acres and 4 build
llartzog, \V F 1 Lot (Jamison) 3 build
inabinct, Mary A 15S acres,
Jackson, Andrew 60 acres and 8 buildings
Jones, William 91 acres.
Marckant, Mury Hut., 1 Lot and 1 build
McKinlay, Francis It 1 Lot and 1 build
Andrews Than C 1 Lot Market St.
Milton, L Mrs 8 acres and 1 building.
Mintz, Irwin I Lot and 1 building.
Itobinson, P 10 acres and 2 buildings.
Sasporta*, M J 390 acres and 1 building.
Sasportas, T K 440 acres and 4 buildings.
Smith, R M 1 Lot and 1 building.
Sarney, Joe 114 acre* and 2 buildings.
Till, W C 150 acres and 0 buildings.
Titles, Alice 1 Lot and 1 building.
Thompson, John M 1 Lot and 1 building.
Thompson, Oeo. 7 acres.
Washington, John 20 acres.
William?, Cathrhie K 1 Lot and 2 build
Zimmerman, Stephen 50 acres and 3
j Fitzgeralds, J D F 40 acres and 4 build
Fludd, Henry I?2 acres and 6 buildings.
Weeks, Jaby Est. 1120 acres and 11
Adams, Joe 30 acres.
Browning, Mrs C 42 acre.t
Guilliard, John 47 acres.
Shuler, E Y 400 acres and 8 buildings.
Winges, OH 114 acres and 3 buildings.
Bull, K M 8S acres and 1 building.
Jacksost, Peicr, GO acres and ,1 buildings
Jackson, Hobt. H 50 acres and 3 buildings
Meyers, U A 200 acres.
Shuler, Irinc F. 430 acre?.
Butler, J W 50 acres.
Fanning, Allen 50 acres.
P.usbec, Eli 11 acres
Dykes, Hichard 50 acres.
Jackson, E M Mrs 2(j acres.
Jones, Frank 50 acres and 3 building*.
Kittrcll, A J 304 acres aud 7 buildings.
McMicheal CJ S 47 acres.
McMichacl, N A Mrs 164 acres.
Palmer, J O 38 acrcB aud 2 buildings,
Sturkie, I> ? 180 acres and 4 buildings.
Williams Solomon 50 acre* and 1 build
Brown, William 50 acres and 2 building-.
KeiU, Billiard 59 acres.
Mullins, Betty 177 acres.
Andrews, Thad C 100 acres.
Bonnett, M A Mrs 125 acres and 8 lsiild
Biizbee,Eli 61 acre*.
Hughes, E 84 acres.
Hughes, Kllott 100 acres and 4 buildings.
Jackson, Most? 60 acres aud 2 buildings.
Jcfeoat, DO 125 acres.
Jones, Amos 47 acres.
Kittrc'l, (1 W 100 acras and 2 buildings.
Moultric, William 40 acres
Heed, O S 200 acres and 1 building.
Andrews, Thad C 610 acres and 7 build
Hol ton, J H 114 acres and 5 buildings.
Daisy, John 16 acres,
Felder, Sam 40 acre* and 2 buildings.
Punch ess, William 40acres and 1 build
McMichacli E X 0 7 acres.
McMichacl, Jerone X 50 notes.
McMichacl, M E Mrs.
Pooser. Cephas 80 acre* and 0 buildings.
Pooser, Ann E Mrs 150 acres G buildings.
Si mines, John II Trustee ilOO acros nl?\ \
The following is a list of Tax.pa.yers who
have tendered "BilU of the Bank of the
State" in payment of Taxes and published
by instruction, rtcieved from the Cpmp
trollcr-Gcnerftl "of H. C : *
Ooodwvtn, A B 1000 acres and 9 build
Spcignee, W P ??00 acres and 2 buildings
Wanna maker, J J Est 100? acres and 20
Wannatnakcr, W W 1150 acres, 25 build
Zimmerman, Daniel 2720acrcH, 34 build
Antlcy, K P Ex'r 64 acres, 1 building
Partium, Oliver, 4040 acre.*, 18 buildings
Green, M 1)700 acree, 8 buildings
Shuler, D W 650 acres, 4 buddings
Fehler, 1* S 739 acres, 5 buildings
Jennings, H II 3200acres, 45 buildings
Smoak, B 3 114 acrcc, 8 buildingj
Sistrunk, W A J 750 acres, 6 building*
Stroman, C J 2730 acre?; 19 buildings
Stroman. Jacob 5000 acres, 25 building*
Hydrick, A S 1250
Harten, I> K 1743 acre.-*, 4 buildings
Davis (J J, 130 acres, 4 building.!
Keller, \V R 2000 ncrcs and 10 buildings.
PuulHug, William 500 acre* and 9 build- .
Pitbull, V 1704 acres and 10 buildings.
IHrton, D R 328 acres.
Felder, P S 2000 acres and 18 buiMing*-.
Frederick, S M Mrs J9i acres.
Frederick, A S 350 acres 9 building*.
Rigg--, II 155 acres,
Robinson, W F 500 acres and 2 building*.
Adden, Henry 1 Lot,
Albrccbt, M 1 Lot and 3 buildings.
A fit Icy, H P F.n?'r 45 acres and 1 build
Antley, R P Trustee 420 acres and C
Dozard, Jacob I) .'10 acres' and f> building*.
Dull, N A 1070 acres, 2 Lots and 13 build
Dull & Seqville, 1 Lot.
Drigginanu, F H W 2 Lots and 5 build
Duntzler, S I) Agt 3G" acres and 4 build
Dukes, A C 3 Lots 5 buildings-.
Kills, KL Miss 103 acre* 3 LoUond 4
Kzekiel, E Mrs 1 Lot and 4 huildingii.
Felder, P S 1 Lot ami 4 buildings.
Frederick, AD 1213 acres 10 building*.
jfJpwanjP Kst 1 Lot and 2 buildings.
Hamilton, John A 1 Lot and 2 buildings.
Hurley, Joseph P 1 Lot 0 building*.
IzIar,~W V 1 Lot.
Louis, Ann Mrs 1 Lot.
Louis, D 7 Lots and 4 buildings,
Meroney, Ann K 3 Lots and 3 buildings.
Pithan, V 2 Lots and 1 building.
Quiglv, I> J Trustee 1 I/Ot.
Rigg-j II 550 acres, 2 Lots and 2"? build
Higgs, II H 1 Lot.
Sislrunk, W A -I 1 Lot and 2 building.".
Seoville. W. X 1 Lot and 4 buildings.
Till, W C 150 acres and 0 buddings.
Thorn, Clias. 11 acres, 1 Lot and 5 build
Thorn d: Jackson, l Lot and l building.
V anghii, M A Mrs. 4U0 acres and 8 build
Williams, Jas. A Agt 1 Lot and 4 build
Darby, A T Dr 1300 ueres and ? build
Jones, I) D (517 acres and 4 building*.
Rigg-S II. 50 acres.
Hull ?i Seoville, 331 acres and 4 build
hart, Tra K 300 acres and 10 building*.
Keller, Ann 0 1120 acres and 12 build
Shuler, D A 203 acres and 0 building*.
Hydrick, A S 1250 acres.
Hrovn, Elizabeth M 1200 acre* and i
Norrie, D K 1810 acres and 12 buildinge.
Felder, P S for wife 500 acres and 8
Hughes, <Jco. E 153 acres and 5build
Robinson, J D 105 acres and I buildings.
San ford II H 178 Rciesand 3 buildings.
San ford, (.< W 28C acres and 5 buildings.
Rar ton, D 11 83 acres and 4 buildings.
Felder, PS 210 acres.
Louis, I) 1012 acres and 5 buildings.
Riggs, K J Mrs 31 acres and 5 building*,
fcjxgfi H 350 acres and 2 building*.
Sal ley, Edward 23 acres.
Smoak, F T 217 acres and G building*.
Bmonk, II L 2-1 acres.
Sinoake, S H Mr* 135 acres and 8 build
NOTICE is hereby given that tbo whole
of the several parcels, lots and parts of lots
of Heal Estate described in the proceeding
list, or so much thereof as wUlbe necessary
to pay the taxes, penalties and assessments
charged thereon, will besohl by Treaiuror
of Orangeburg County, South Carolina, r\?
bis cilice in said County, on Monday, Juno
I 5th 1870, unless Haid tftxes, penalties and
assessments be paid before that time; and
such sales will be continued from day tu
day, until 1 all of said parcels, lots and parts
of lots of Real Estate shall be sold or offer
ed for sale
JAMES VAN TASSEL,
Auditor of Orangeburg County,
inav 20 1S70 tf
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Ry Air?. B, Kxowliax, Esquire, J. P.
Wltcren?, J? F. Watt, hath made
suit to me, to grant to him Letter? of Ad
miuiskralbn of the Estate and effect* of
Win, R, Vmt, lato of said ttvftftty*
These are therefore- to cite and ad
monish all and singular, the kindred and
Creditors of ibe said Win. R. Watt,
deceased, that they be and appear, before a***,
in the Court of Probate, to be h?1d at
Orangeburg C. II. on May 29th, next,
after publication hereof, at 11 o\4o.ok in tho
furcnoon, to shew cause, If any t)\?j? k???s.
why the said AdminStratum ahoidd not b*>
(liven under toy h?nd, this 10th day of
Mar. Ahhb (Viiniu) 187U,
AUG. & KNQWLTQ5??
[L.S] Judge of Prohate? O? 0%
may 13 4t
PLACE YOURSELF 1NPEPENDEST
of the Scarcity of Labor, by procuring
Come and kco them work, at tho
Fair Ground* and judge far yatu Eclvca
whether they arc a humbuig or not. They
are a great labor-Having implement, dotob
the work of two men and two horars witn
one burse and plowman. For sale by
CANNON & ROBINSON,
Solo Agents for the County,
may 6 ?>?
*7tl2 a day at home. Agents wauled.
XZJ Outfit and terms free. TRUE & CO-,
marll 1876 It