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PetroB Council No. 11, R.\ & S.-*. M-".
Will meet each Thursday at 6 o'clock P. M;
from 1st October to 1st. April and at 8
o'clock from 1st April to 1st October, on
the following date*, Jone 24, Jnlv 22, Aug;
10, fiept. 1?, Oct. 21, Nov. IS, and Dee. 10.
J. F. 1ZLAK, T.T.
G. W.'BnUNSON, Recorder.
Ktaoka Chatder No. Ri R-. A.\M.v
\Vfll meet (luring the present Masonic year
nt ihe usual hours, the followin dates:
March loth, April 7th, MaySthj June
2nd, August 4th, September 1st, October
27th, November 21th, Lceember 29th.
J. F. 1ZLAK. M. 12. II. P.
.J. M. IJUUSSON, Sec.
Shjldiolelh Lodge No. 28, A.'. IV. M,v
"Will meet each Tuesday nt 7 o'clock;
from 1st Oet. to 1st April and at 8 o'clock
f rom 1st April to 1st October On the follow
ing dates, April -1, May 2, June <">, .Inly 1,
Aue. 8, Heia, ? Ort. ,'5, Nov. 7. lice. ?.
JAS. F.1ZLA1I, W.M.
Gico. W. Bkunson, See.
muy 29 1 S7-"? 7in.
s. o. o. fI
K-.listo Lotlird No- iW,?Meets at Odd
Fellows Hall, every Friday evening at S
o'clock, from 20th March t?- 20th Sept; ami
at 7J o'clock from 2Utli Srpt. to 201 Ii - arch.
',<' DkMAI'S, n. <;.
J II KitMAn V. AllLldi-. S?e.
KoliOCrti hoilge?Mci ts 8 o'clock v\ i
krcoiid Wednesday tifti-rsate dav.
F. Dr.MAUS, n. <
This body meets .lime 8, Sept. 7. Pee ,'.
Mayors L'tjiMl, held whencvi-i occasion
S?NSOF TK35 5MCE5A S'<
Ot*nt)gebiirg Division No 2-1, meets every
Monday cvenii'g in the ba-emeni of tin
Y. I?E. A.?Kooms on Husscll
Street nest Mrs. Sinonks' Mil littery Store.
11ii?sui<ms Meeting?-Fourth Tlmrsdiy in
each inonlh at 7 l\ St. Prayer Meetings?
Kvcrv Thursdav Kveiiiiig.
* M. (il.OVF.K, Pivsiilettt.
F S Dnun.r, Secretary.
ttotiili Carolina 15:iilroa?l.
okk1ck IIOl.'US AT OKA NO Kill' l><! IHU'oT.
Frrisi 8 oMok A.M. to 21 P.M. From
?A o'clo. lc P. M. to &.) 1?. M.
Goods received and delivered only duriny
. 1 . ( > O A T, .
It turned cohi on Tuesday nigh!
INnd notice of hv<i sleeve hiittjui in
The iuo't of Our siyiu'nble- space
this week is taken up \>\ Judge Kood's
Messrs. Merman llelineker and
ilcnty dessen 'will furnish our eiti/.eu.s
"Cyerv day with fresh hoof.
Mi'. W'ttlls will accept our thanks
(or a present of most, excellent. lib
?pars. J f you want to enjoy a smoke
that will do you good all over, buy
Your cigars at his store at the Kail
Road, lie hits also a very fine supply
?of liquors and tobacco.
Judge Reid's deci-ion will be
fijpnd interesting reading just now.
It slops the usurper's reign in this
circuit. Ws nan Is issued by Cham
berlain's appointees arc not worth the
paper they sire written on and will
wot be respected in this County.
HEAD AM) EE I.VSTHIJCTEh?
JJr. Theodore Is (dm greets hi"*
?nnt'ivy ?cnstoun iagain ilu- moriii tig.
thr./u-. I7'< tir <!< ,? :- prin; ;- In r ?
aiml. ol i cm i s ?? i vi r\ !?(? >,:;?. v
k now w here to pureha :.
styles. We invite?ttc ii . . ? ?
An entenai menl ivas given on
AVcdncsdiiN night at Masonic ll:dl !.,
the Gruber Family which i.-. said in
have been a musical wonder, Per
lot ming no two fiddle bows ami on
nine instruments at the same time
were two astonishing features of the
programme, while the singing of
Mrs. Gruber, accompanied by her
husband, .was remarkably good.
The Gruber Family will return here
in v couple of weeks and we bespeak
for them a large house.
?We stated in a previous issue that
preparations were being made for a
concirl;by several ladies [and gcnlle
tlemen, who have been practising in
order to afford a rcnl treat. The se
lection" of mtuic, instrumental and
vocal, comprising solos, duets, trios,
quark tics, operatic and comic, will
be much enjoyed. The concert will
Jjc given solely for ?the bcudlit of tb e
Presbyterian Church. This, together
with talent loaned for tho occasion,
will fill every seat. Read tho ad
vertisement for March 28th.
A VG UST FISCHER?
This gentleman will accept our
thanks for a choice piece of sweet
juicy veal. Mr. Fischer is supplying
a want long felt in. Or..ngcbury.
Once upon a time it was dangerous to
buy beef here for table purposes.
You didn't know whether tho article
offered for sale died of hunger, hollow
borne or old age. But that doubt
ha; been removed by Fischer. lie
purchases the best boot cattle lo be
bud in the county, di ives them to
Oinngcburg, butt hers them here and
then soils them out while smoking
fresh to his customers. If yoa want,
t here fore, veal, beef, mutton or pork
fresh and fat send your orders to
'i i J. TAXES
1 ? id be s-en by :i noti e pub isti
vi' i 1 tiiuj ! her j .tit (ii i/o <hu '- ! I ? 1
ilnVi 'the < ?'i ccMnn ot' (lie ten per
. i,? ? . .? butioti Ii:i;npio ii tax'1 lit
j iihbjitibi \\ ? b am mat the pc
j ii: ilii- i:i?iinty ha c paid up very
j well but thai there are many who
! have not contributed to the support
ol ilo Government of their choice
winih a:cent, -ome of these reside
right here in O/aiig^burg* l.'hey cry
IIampton every day but they shrink
from dttfy when pairiotiun calls for
n Ii w dollars out of their pockets
We hope now every man in the conn
ty will come up and pay his enntribo
(ion beforo the end of the mouth,
ii amp ton's Government is a fixed fact
and it. takes money tri carry it on.
j The names of t1 o.se who do hot p iy
I up will l>e given to the public short
J V. M. ('. A ?'
j Services under the auspices of the
S'oui'it Men's Christian Association
will be he'd to morrow u-i follows:
In the morning at the Paplist
Church tit 11 o'clock a serin on will
j be preached by Rev. 12. J. Mcynar
| <lie IK IK
j In the afternoon at tho Prcsbyto
i ian Church at -1 o'clock a sermon
will be preached by Rev. J. A.'
Cbamhliss, 1). )). At night at the
.Methodist Church at 7-i o'clock, ad
dresses will be delivered by Dri.
Clmmhliss and Meynardie.
The Moody and Sankey Hymns
will be used at each service and as
the Association has but a small sup
ply of books, persons having copies
are requested to bring them with
At each service a collection will he
taken up to aid t'ie Association in
meeting its expenses and Carrying on
l heir work.
-w^a-p* ? Gm ?
A party of robbers entire 1 tho
store of Mr. Weeks at Fort M dti last
v\> i I; and carried away an a noun! of
A warra.it iVi : \ i:- ar
? ii - i'tn 1 .nil b for ? a.? i*' M
>V.i iiainakor end Traced in
hands of duly unpointed e uisiables
I '.a overtaking tho robbets runs
'. iiife to arrest wu? ma lo w!i ? i t? ?y
returiicl to \jewisville an I re iufor
ced their number. Resistance was
again mndc and the j>os c again ivpaird
to be Trial Justice, who this tibi \
went with the constables to see that
his authority should not be defied any
longer By this time the desperadoes
bad collected .assistance and still re
fused to be arrested. ('apt. Wanna
makcr, says '?Quelquefbis" of th;
A'cirs and Courier, then "recited his
mission to Israel Pinckney, who
seemeil to bo the leader of tho gun g
of twenty . that ho found, all of whom
held drawn pistols. Israel replied
j that "there was no law," and "he'd be
d--d if any white man should arrest
him.M Captain Wanna maker said,
"I will take you." Israol cocked and
raised his pistol, ns did Hart, and
Captain Wannamakcr fired, dropping
him at once. The rest of the gang
Up to going to press we are not ad
vised of the condition of the wouuded
criminal. Captain Wahnnmakcr
acted within the law and did no more
thau his oath of office required of
[com m u n1gated.]
Editor Or?ngeburg Acte? and Times:
Will you in behalf ol'the lovers of j
the beautiful (.1 mean the Ladies
especeally) stir up the Directors jf
the Orahgeburg Agricultural and
Mechanical Association to see to it
that arrangements be.made ami due
notice given for holding a Floral Fair
sometime in May hext? Sp?r them
up Mr Kditor. Lost year tbey held a.
Floral Fair, which exceeded the most
taj'jjuine expectations of all. Well,
.'i r. F.diior, ii was beautiful, did you
sre it ? I know you did, and was it
r.ot bard to beat nnywhere? From
what I ( an learn our Ladies (God
bless them) are pieparing to make si
tum e ht uu titul show in May next.
Lei us have ?ie Floral Fair of 1877.
L-t us have the flower show. Mr.
F.ditor don't stop until you'succeed in
iiidtUin?; the Directors in making ar;
:::i -. 'i.. iit for the show, and then
doii t stbp until you have the assur
? lice thai every Lady a lover of the
beautiful i.l don't boleive you will
find one not so) wi 1 prepare to exlii
hh*! her flowers.
A Loviiit of Fi.owk:s
si a liCiTY OF M?XEV?
There is no doubt but tin; present
condition of all kinds of business and
industry is fearfully depressed, and
it behooves every family to look care
full)' to their expenses. Winter is
coming oil when children are liable
to croup, w hooping cough, etc. Cough
and colds will prevail everywhere,
ami consumption, with other thro at
and lung diseases will carry off many.
These diseases should not be neglect
cd, Doctors bills are expensive, and
we would advise our people to use
Bosehce's German Syrup; It never
has failed. Otic bottle at. 70 cents
will keep- your whole family well
during the wiiilcrJ Two doses wdll
relieve any case. Sold in ail towns in
the United .States, and by your Drug
gists, Dr. A. (?. Duke*.
Dr. A. C. Di'k ks is giving
away a handsome book entitled
"1'carls for the People," containing
much valuable information and many
interesting article.!. It also contains
a history of the discovery of the
"1 lepaliiio;" lor diseases of the liver,
dyspepsia, conti ??pation and indiges
tion, &c, and gives positive assur
ance that when the ilepatine is used
it effects a permanent and la-ting cure
ol these diseases, which prevail to
such an alarming extent iu our
country Tu lie the Ilepatine for till
diseases of the liver.
ADV ICE UltATIS?
The Mon Alexunlcr IT. Stevens
says :?"The Globe Flower Cough
S' rup has proven a most valuable
remedy to me."
Guv. .Tames M. Smith, of Georgia,
says:?"'I shall always use it with
perfect confidence, und recommend it
to the public as a remedy which will
afford ihat satisfaction experienced
by me anil mine. It excels every
thing fur coughs, colds and obstinate
Kx-.Gov. Brown, ofGti., says: "He
fin.Is the Globe Flower Cough Syrup
a most, excellent remedy."
Such endorsement by.bur great and
good men deserves the attention of
the nfUictcd. Those suffering iy?'i'ni
cough. Colds and lung alfucCdhs
mid u-e ihojGkiho Fl ?wer Cnujili
? i .; . It will positively cure eou
-illl! I-I Olli.
For :.tle by Dr. A. C. Dukes.
Notice to Tax Payers.
Notice i-; hereby given that the Hooks
opened for ihc Collection of the Ten I'or
i eni. Contribution Hampton Tax will be
Closed on Saturday, March :51st, IsTT.
? ' T. W. (iLOVKU,
mar 21- 2l Special Agent.
In aid of the
i'lli:shv n:kian chukcii,
To be given
W KZ OjSTErfID A. Y,
March 28, at
M A SONIC MIAI.1L.
The ( U-IO 1 Ii of the Presbyterian
Church kindly aided by several friends will
VOCAX A.\B> 1NKTKIT ?I12 NT
On the Evening of tlio 28th March. Tim
Selections will be of nlea.si.ig variety, em
bracing Solos, Huels, frio.s, Omn-tc-ttcs, Ac ,
taken from Operatic and Comic Music.
The moonlight will enable friends from
iheCountry to attend.
Ticket* to be had at the stores of Rull &
Seovill, Dr A.S. Ilydriek, John A. Ham
ilton, j; C Pike, S. IC. Tobin & Co.
ADMISSION 50 cents. Children 25 ctr.
Keaurvod Seat* 00 rentfi.
i Reserved Scats to be procured at Dr A.
Having jiist returiiod from the
various Markets ami Manufacturers
NORTH, 1 have now opened one of
the Largest and Best Assorted
I ever had the pleasure of placing
before the public.
Spring Prints & Shirting i
New and Choice Styles
8 Cts Per "STard.
From the Lowest to the Finest and
? in the
CHOICEST PAT KR NS
12 3L-2 CLs Up.
1IN* S TC ItTI OTSTS
In Lair go Quantities, from ? eis iip
waid, in thu Newest and Prettiest
WHITE Gr O ODS
Ol ill! Qualities in great Variety.
The best value ever offered for
c assist ke jess,
A lid TtVEElWi
For Cents and Roys, 1 am oflering
Cheaper than they can be had in
.1. .? & .tr. U> K?. Uj +i f i.U.t.
A large assortment in Silk, Cam
j brie and (iingunius, and much Lower
I th iti the sauie goods have been oHerod
i h -rotof ?ro.
Gents 1::?11 hose, Ladies ami M isses
hose, st!l sizes, makes, qualities, light
and heavy, tegular made goods ? very
i I iT ?
Ladiis, Missesaud Children's Hats,
Trimmed and Uii tri united in all th ?
Latest .Styles an I Shapes front 25
I at 3 formen, Hats for Roys in
j Straw, Wool, Felt, and Latest
1 am now offering (ionllemen's
Made <d* the best Materials and War
j ranted to ^ive Satisfaction, at 90
! cents cite h.
, Important ,(> Ladies and
il~Cc<.momy ill Slitfo&,
Special attention is called to my
Celebrated Dress and Walking Sho"-, j
which in Style and Workmanship,
i re Superior to anv before sold at the
XvKiSSCS and Children's School
and Dress Shoes are absolutely un
XVSy Stock of Shoes ?*
the Largest and best Assorte?! in the
t onutry, and throughout ami thor
ough y Complete wit.li every detail of
5j)On*t delay but come and take
a look at my magnificent Spring
READY MADE CLOTHING
Comprising the very latest
N 0"B BY STYLES
And I will guarantee you can find
just what will suit you in
PRICE QUALITY AND STYLE.
It is useless for me to go on enume
rating my Stock, but I invite the
attention of ^A^TjTj who wish to
liny Moods to their Advantage to
call and see me.
T11 KO DOII.L' KOIIX.
Olio (!ol>l Sleeve Hultori. A reward j
>aid if returned lo ,
mar 21 1} Ji S. ALBERGOtf 1. j
U. S. INTERN Ali itWVKNUE
SPEOIAfj TAX ICS,
May 1, 1-77, t? April 30. 1878.
The Revised Stklutea of the United States
Sections 32.52, !J237,3238 hud 3230, require
every person engaged in any bovines, avo
cation, or einployincnt which renders him
liable .to aSPKi.IAL TAX. 'fi'o I?ro
e.iir? iiiul pineo iibiiM'pIci'i'?iis y
in his l^tjibli^liitK:?!! or Place
?l" Isiistiites J a STAMP denoting the
payment of si id SPECIAL TAX for the
Special Tax Year beginning May ), 1S77, I
before commencing or continuing busiae.--* !
i'fter April 30, 1S77. ^ ?
A return, a- prescribed oil form II; is j
al.-o lequircd by law of every person liable
to Special Tax, ai above.
The Tuxes embraced within t ho pro
visions of the law above quote.I are the
Rectifiers !?200 00
Dealers, retail .? S2-> 00
l?etlcr.?, wholesale liquor S-'I?? 00
Dealers in malt liquors, wholefaleS?O 00
hoilers in malt liquors, retail ?20 00
Dealers in lent*tobacco ?2o 00
Retail dealers in leaf tobacco .S5?Q 00
And oil sales ofovor $1;000, lifiv cents for
every dollar in excess of SI,000
Heulers in manufactured tobacco :"r? 00
Manufactures of stills S?U 00
And for each still manufacturedS20 00
And for each worm mamifacturcd S2? 00
Manufacturers of tobacco $10 00
Manufai Hirers of cigars 810 (JO \
IVdd'ers of tobacco, Iii st class (more than
tw.i hoiscs or other animals) 8 00 00
Peddlers of tobacco, second class, (two
horse? or other animals; 82"? (?0;
I'eddlers oftohaecb, third class (Otic horse
or other auiniii!) $15 00.
IVddlcn of tobaeca, fourth ehisi (on f?ol
or public eonvevance) $10 Ui).
I hewers of ies* than fiOO barrels S?C 00.
l'.rewers of 500 barrels or more ?101) UU.
Ai.y person s? liable, who shall fail to
comply with the foregoing requirements
will be subject to severe pea dties.
-l'crsons or firms liable to ptiy any of die
Special Taxes tunned above must apply to
I.. I.'rss Carpenter, Collector of Internal
Revenue nt t.'oluail ;a and pay for and pro
cure th Special Tux Stamp or!Stamps' thev
need, prior to .Ma v I. 1**77, and W1TMULT
Special Tax Stamps will be transmitted
by mail <ni!y on receipt from the person or
firiii ordering tlie same of specific directions
so to do, together with the necessary post
age stamps or the amount required to pay
the postage. The postage on one stamp is
three cents and on two stamps six cents. If
it is desired that they be transmitted by
registered mail, teil cents additional should
nccoriipaiiv (lie ipplic C.ioii;
* GRBKX r-. RAUM,
ComiiUrsioner of Internal Uevcniie;
?ffick ok Ixtkunai. Ukvkxuk, WiisK
ington, I). C.,.laimary 23, 1377.
mar 17? 4t
THE STATE OF, SOU nT CAROLINA
On \ko init'ias Col'ntv.
P.y Alt:. P.. ICXOWLTON, lisqiiiriyj 1?.
Whereas, Gen. Ittdivcr, 0. ('. P. and G.
S. bni'.i made suit lo me, to grant to him
letters of Administration de bouts noii of i
the Ivdutc and effects of Joseph Johnson,
late of saiil CoiiiUy deceased.
These arc therefore to cite and admonish
all ami singular the. kindred and Creditors
of the said Joseph Johnson dee'd. (hat they
l>e ami :j )i? :r, before me, in the t'oint of
Probate, to be held at tbrahgcbiirg,, 0. II.;
nil 2(llli of March next, after publication
hereof; at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, In show
cause, if any they have, why the said
Amini.-tnuiou should not he granted.
Given under my Hand, this lUrfi day of
March Anno Domini 1 ;77.
AUG. B. KNOWLT?N,
[i. s.] Judge of l'rob ite.
mar 17 2
r~iSCr=i 9 L
I have this day w ithdrawn from the firm
of Smith Keefc ? Co. at or near Fort Motte
in Qrangcbiirg I'diinty.
Jaiiy. 22 1S77. W. K. I.KWfS,
Son \ x rex, S. Ci*
I'ebruary, 2:id IS77,
Is hereby given that 1 am In no way ro
fponsib'c for itny debts already contracted
o." t'>'.u may hcreafte.r be con'.raetcd by
fjm'uli ICecf.? Co. or Louis Keel'e now ilo*
iii'S bii-iiie^s in (bangeburg CouiUy near
l'o. i Molle, !H I am not now nor never have
been associated with them as a partner.
J. V; lUKDIN'.
Mnreh 3 lm.
The line Mlaek Stallion, known a
.1 cuner's Stud, is now Standing at my
Stables, lie is Thoroughbred, and hi
Colls arc a* fine as any ever icon aay
where. Terms moderate.
\\\ M. SAIX.
By virtue of Riiii f.ry warrants on Liens I
will cell for t*:i h.*.t? the places below men
tioned Oti the third day of April; 1877, lliu
following property to wit:
? At the plantation of W L W Ttiley
About live bu-hcls Corn.
!". ur ;ks Fodder. ,
I ? b? cU'a Sugar (Jane.
Lol i i" Pea Vibe*. : f f
S ? red crop of Jacob Haltecgar Under
warrant on lieh to W L VYRlley.
Sherifls Olliee ) J II Livingston
Ornngebiirg County V S. (X'C
Mmeli lOih 1877. J
mar 21 . td
By virtue of Sundry Executions
to l ie directed, 1 will | sell
to the highest bidder; at Orange*
burg C. IL on tbu first Monday in April
next, tor cash, idl the Rights, Title and lu
terestsof the Uctendauis in the following
properly, to wit: ? -? -'?
All that plantation or tract of land con
taining live hundred acres, more ot' lean,
situate' in Snake Swuiiip in said C6unty,
i bounded on the North by lauds of . Mc
Mi.hoal, I.ast by Drown, South by
lands of B. F. Simmons, West by lands of
Alientiriy. Levied on as the proportv of
John O.Rowc, at the Suit ?f.Sarah K. Watt.
All that plantation or traot of land,
in said County containing two hundred
acre?, move or loss, and hounded Norlh,
Last, West and south by lands of John S.
Howe. Levied on as the property of
Mr.?. Sophia M. Fredrick at the.suit of N, A.
All that plantation or tract of land; In
said County containing eleven hundred
acres more or less, and bounded North by
Half Way Swamp, hast by \V. II. Keller,
Soutl iinst by ? Shocmukcr and Ben Curu
mings, Southwest by Win. Felkcl Barber
Levied on as the property of J. 11. Darby
at the suit of Mary A. "L, Stoudcmire,
All (lint pbmtation or track of land, in
-aid L'o'u'niy, containingThree Hundred and
thirty-nine and one-half acres, more or les",
and bounded East by Mm. S ? Barrett,
South West by North Edisto River and J If
jhabittftt; North by N E W Sistrunk :
Levied on as the property of J H Idnbl
uet at the suit of Daniel Hi ley.
On Tuesday, tho third day of Apr?!, 1877,
I will sell at the plantation ?f J if Inabinet,
in mid county ;
One buggy, one Wagon, C head Cuttle,
12 heat] I logs, one Horse, one Mule, Wagon
and Buggy Harness, one Saddle; Household
iiud Kitchen Furniture, about 2?0 lbs Bacon,
about 2000 Iba Fodder; abou 50 bushels
Corn; one lot I'e.i \'ines. Levied on as (he
property of J. II. Inabinet at tho suit of
S her ill's Olliee, ) J. II. LIVINGSTON,
Ornhgeburg, C II \ S. O. C.
IYb. 10, 1S77. )
fcb. 17 3t.
G. 12. Stendalm, Assignee ") Foro
vs. y closure.
W. W. & A. J. Evans. J
By virtue of judgment herein, I will sell
at (frangpburg C. IL on the first Monday
hi April next during the legal boars of
sab-, ill I he risk of the former purchaser
ali that tract or parse) of land situate
lyjng and being in the County of Orange
biirg in Young Zion. containing eight hun
dred acres more or leas, bounded on the
Wost by hinds of P S Felder, North by
lauds bf*C F Dowling and W L W Rilcy, on
the Fast by lands of A J Kvans; and the en
tire Swamp portion of ihe remainder of tho
amis of A. J. Evans,'and one half of mill
"ii Willow Swamp, with all mill and pond
Terms of Sale?Cash enough to pay tho
sum ?lue with interest on the sealed notes
mentioned in (he complaint, and the cost
an.t expenses of this action. And the bal
ance on a credit of one year. Secured by
bond of the purchaser, bearing interest from
the day of sale and a mortgage on the premi
ses. Purchaser to pay for papers and re
Rosalie W. Oirardeau, Eleanor Bull, John C
Pike Assignee, and J WJMoaeleY, It Copes,
and Edisto Lodge No. 33 Independent
Order Odd Fellows.
By virtue of the Judgmentherein, twill
I sell at Or i age burg C. Hi; on (ho first Mon
ilav in April next, during the legal hours of
I A11 that lot or parcel of land, in the Towa
of Oraiigebnrg, containing one acre, more or
less, and bounded on the North by the
public highway known as the Five Chop
Hoiid, on the South by lot belonging to G
W Wilson, on the East by lot belonging W
V and Anna A Izlar his wife, and on the
West by ihe.lineof the South Carolina Rail
It oil d lcndin" from the City of Columbia
via. said Town tolheCity of Charleston.
forms of sale. One half Cash, and the
balance on a credit of one year, puctoser to
give Bond bearing interest from day of sale,
together with a-Mortgage of the premises,
and to pay for papers and Recording,
Purchaser to have privilege of paving af(
Lezin W. Bates
David W, Evans,
By virtue of the Judgment herein, I
will" sell at Orangohurg, U. lb, on the first
Monday in April 1877, during the legal
hours of sale, all that plantation or
track of land, situate and lying in
Saint Matthews Parish, Orrngeburg
Conntv, and State of Smith Carolina,
on which Defendant resides, containing
thirteen hundred (1300) acres, more or less,
bounded on the Northwest by lands lately
of Oliver Shulcr now deceased. South by
lands of Wade Evans, and Southeast by
lands of W C Evans. Having such shape
ami form as a Hesurvev Plat made by Tnos.
Meilard, D. S.j in the year 1800, will mom
Terms, one half cash, balance on a credit
of twelve months, secured by Bond of pur
chaser, and a Mortgage of (ho purchased
premises, in which Mortgage shall be in
serted a covenant of rcsaloin case of breat h
of condition of Bond. Purchaser to pay for
papers and Recording.
ShcriiPs Oflice ) J. II LIVINGSTON
Orangeburg County f S. 0. C.