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Orangelmrg, S. C, April 24, 187?.
LARGEST-CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY
To change Contract Advertirteruentn, ?otict
iiMlbt be given bcfovo Monday noon.
Our friends wiwbing to have advert iscnicn!?
. Inserted in the TIMES, must band them in by
Tuesday morning, 10 o'clock.
. ^DVKRflSEME^TS- will fcc inserted ft:
*ue' rate of oire dollar nnd a half per equat
or the first insertion, and one dollar per nqunr
for each subsequent insertion.
?^Liberal terms ir^de with thosp who dour
lajidvcrtiro for threo, si> jt ittcIvc months.
grs^ Marriage notices and Obituaries char
ed' for at advertising, fates.
I-Iencolbrtli, all Inegal Ad
'vertisemeiits, ol* Countv
"Interest, whether notices
or others, will be publish
ed Tor the benefit of* our
. reactors whether they are
. paid for or not.
7 i. SUBSCRIBERS
. TWill have their papers regularly
mailed. Bead us new names, baild uj
o*gr paper, aud let every household in
the County bo a supporter of our enter
Will find it specially to their interest
to."give us their cards. A conspicuom
notico will attend each advertisement.
To build up the interests of our merchants
is the aim of the "Times."
" By a late act it ha6 been made obliga
tory upon all pacsengcr steamers ovei
one hundred tons burthen, to carry one
or more fire extinguishers. The effec
tiveness of these machines is recognized
as essential to the safety of property and
life. The fire departments of cities all
over the [land are ucing them, and wi
urge upon our City Fathers to take time
by the forelock. We have been remark
ably fortunate in escaping fires, but we
must not rest upon security, it is found
no where, aud it .is only partial with
The Sch?tzenfest will attract a largi
throng to its spacious grounds, to enjoy
the festival beginning April 21st, and
ending on the 26th. No people enjoy
life to a fuller sec pc aud yet so harmless
lyjjand peacefully as do the Germans.
The manly sports of gunnery and feats
of strength, are seen beide the side
splitting merriment of greased pole
climbing, and molass.s dipping. The
day is spent in a ceaseless round of pleas
ure, and night closes upon a happy
|,Tjie "Floral Exhibition" under the
experienced direction of artistic judges,
will afford'a-reward to all who may visit
the "Campus of the Charleston College."
This display will begin April 29th aud
end May 1st. The '.'Academy of Music"
VS. occupied nightly with attractive amuse
ment's! And the excursions to points*oi
interest around the eld "Queen City"
will repay a visit there.
The placid w'aT^^wfcJicr noble bay,
the hospitality o^WeFcitizcn.s, and the
interest (Mfc'$harifr8ton must ever com
mand as'0*ifc$etropolb<. will carry many
to share her "Gala Week." Remember
the S. C. R. R. charges but one fare for
SECRETARY CARDOZA OX THE
Vv*' are not all surprised that it should
be necessary to make arrests among the
treasurers, nor are wc confounded when
two of them came to grief in a week. It
13 bui. the consequence of (placing irre
sponsible and time serving men in por
tions of trust. But wo are astonished
that the Secretary is free enough to ven
ture upon such a course, and it is the best
pndoraomcnt of character he can have.
Tnxcs -are levied, heavy enough forsooth;
and taxc.i must be paid, or at public out
cry the owners of property are distressed
with a salof of their all. None would
complain if for legitimate purposes, tlijs
proceeds were expended. But when
pucli rcckle-js wasting of tho'peoples'
money is goiugon, ar, hits'been for years
pa*f, and no cognisance taken af it by
Court or Stute, it behooves the taxpayers
to raise a lute and cry that will dendunce
theft, if it docs not arrest it. The paper
of the counties is at a discount ot thirty
per cpnt or more, boefttise iherc are no
funds to fedeem n riebt which floats loose
ly about. Still speculation goes on, and
office is used for personal enrichment.
We applaud the act of Cardoza, and
oarnesily hope that he will not be blind
ed by mere figures. May he see the cob
sctions before he. discharges any official
Vom accountability. He has a splendid
>pporiunily for sustaining an hona-t
g ? ? ????C?^Mi
The most confirmed lunatic of what
ever creed or caste, must be convinced
that the end of constitutional liberty, wan
the begining of the most gigahtiu mis
rule, that has ever cursed' & haple.-a poo
pie'. From the hour that the present
government, Federal and State, assumed
?he control of the peoples' affairs, to the
present, there has been but one succession
of bold' villainies, each, gaining hideous
ness from its antecedent, and shameless
ness from being unchecked by its legiti
mate head. The record is wholly, pecu
liarly and quite contestant with the spir
it, and aim of those, who could descend
to the level of inferiority, merely for
selfish ends, and improving the accident
of party power, helu forth to the ignorant
dupes dreams, which must be short and
transitory, while their deceivers gorge
themselves with public plunder. The
charges of corruption, and baseness, are
freely published by their own party, who
chance to be defeated. The promises of
reform are all unfulfilled and false. And
p -blic opinion is set at defiance,' as deeds
arc enacted, which render the powers
that be, a stench to the nostrils of the
world. The temperate tone of a conser
vative press, has been construed by some,
to an noquiesoncc with the rule that is.
But we here plainly affirm, that the his
tory of our rulers, and the venal offences
of their coadjutors, has created a gulf of
separation so d ep and wide, that affinity
and sympathy with them is purely a
matter of impossibility. One scene of
turmoil, and suspicion, of plunder and
disgrace, hna gone on unchecked, until
the future is hopeless of reform. Every
exchange is loaded with new exposures.'
A treasurer of Greenville is arrested as
a defaulter fo'r 830,000. Another of
Edgeficld for 811,000. ? bloody fight
costing'the lives of sixty or innre negroes
in Louisiana, is the fruit of this rule,
and yet it is an old story. It is folly to
charge the blame exeep* to radiculirm.
Radicalism rides, radicalism holds the
machinery of State, und every error and
crime is its own, and we stand aghast at
the mountain of shame, w hich its friends
call "progressive liberty."
?One hundred metropolitan police,
carrying with them two Napoleon gum,
have left New Orleans for ths scene of
the late disturbances with the blacks. t j
?Simpson Mordecia and Thomas
Griffic", both colored, arc to be hanged
at Raleigh for burglar}'.
?Newborry dist'r"^- has a "Boston."
?Four deaths from small P?x> have
lately occurred at Augtisia.
? Minister Orr was received at tho
Court of Russia with much cordiality.
?The dwelling of Mr. W. E. O'Steen
was destroyed by fire on Tuesday night
last, near Camden.
?The Ac-adin cod miners have struck
for higher wages.
?The gas worker.! of New York are
still giving trouble to'the police.
?The "Mills House"' cf Charleston
will probable be opt n soon.
?Abbeville wants bricklayers,
?An exchange says that the Colluton
treasurer wi'l be arrested. Anymore
?Every lover ofSouthern song should
get a copy of limrol's exquisite poetry.
?Sir Samuel W. Baker, and partv
who went on an exploring exhibition to
Africa have been murdered it is leaned
by the natives.
?A'dati' Hacket and Jerry Colcmnn
both colored men, living near .Ninety Six,
had an encouuter. Hacket was killed.
? Onp of a party of Georgians, who
bad a difficulty with negroes at ?. e
??Dark C truer" was killed. The negroes
Implicated in the affair are in custody.
,?>.? MB ^ ?
From what we can learn tho negroes are
not hi am cubic. **
?Tho Anderson Intelligencer; ?-pien
tiort3 an incident respecting Major W. W.
Humphreys'Wim was woiyidcd in battle
n 30th June, 'C2. After suffering much
pain during that long period,^liejpieec
of lead which caused it was expelled
from the wound. * .
?Rev. J. M. Carlisle,.of rjumter, h:is
invented a corn-shucking macliiue, which
cuts off ihc stem of tliQ shuck' and splits
it into strips suitable fat feed'tig purposes
by a single pressure 'upon the treadle
after the uushucked curof cotji is placed
in the socket made to hold it. It is'said
to be a g;eat labor-saver, and promises
to become a popular and useful adjunct
to iarra economy.
?Messrs. G. A Trcnholm, J. E. .\dgcr,
F. J. Pelzcr, Col. C. II. Simon ton,'Mujor
t. Q. Barker, and lion. A. G. Magrath
have subscribed liberally for the endow
ment of a South Caro.iuu chair"'at the
Washington and Lee Uuiversity in Vir
ginia. . *
?The Annual Fioral Exhibition of
South Carolina, wil. open on the 2*9th-ut
April in Charleston. Cannot Orungc
burg send some of her beautiiul selections
to Dr. A. B. Rose, Charleston.
?Treasurer Eichelberger, who was ar
rested, has been discharged. The State
lailtd to muke a case against him.
Translated from the French, for the Orangebunj
Times, by E. Weiss.
A Farmer '.tat ted to market to* se!l
eggs am! met three customers 01 the'way.
To the first he sold half of his eggs, aud
hal f of one over. To-the second ho sold
half of what he hud left and half of one
over, and to the third he- sold half o the
remainder OWl one bait of- one over; und
arrived at the market bonne with three
dozen eggs. How' many did he leave
home with? And how did ho dispose oi
them without dividing any of them ?
Answer next week. E. W,
A farmer sent his throe sons to market
to sell eggs. He gave his oldest son 50
eggs,-his second son 30, and his youngest
.-on 1-0. They weie not to-mix their egg
1 otto-under sell euch other, got the
highest market price, k- ep togMthcr,'und
each one was required to bring to him
the sumo amount of money.
Answer next week. E. \V.
LliT OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Orangthurg P. ().
for the week ending April IG, T87?\
Burton, B F
brown, Job.; Chisohu
Uozard, J E
Cress well, J
Danizler, Mrs J R F
Livingston, Mrs Francis
Moorcr, W E
Odom, Dr G J 2
Perry, Mr.- Ja'do
.Shoemaker, Ira T 2
Smith. Mrs Thomas.
Sullin-, Mrs. Rose icolerod)
'1 aylor, Rev J W
Wallace, Rev ?I II
Wbrkiiian, Mrs J' J
Wunuamakcr, John E.
Versons.calling lor the above letters
will please say they ore advertised.
I urn pleased to announce to the | uh
lie that A TOURNAMENT will t: kc
place at 1).angi burg, S. (.'., on the firs',
day ot May.
'I he go d citizens of Charleston, through
tho influence ot ?-ur worthy Herald, have
contributed humlsomeiy to our list oi
Tltf list <rf Knights for the contest is
being rapidly filled up. All tho>e dcar
otis 01 entering can do so by giving me
heir names on or before the 20th duy of
April, as utter this day the list will be
J. W. PATRICK.
April 10th ? 2t Oningohutg, S. C.
MOLASSES, / ND j
DRV * AX.T SXDKS at
Another supply of tbat ( heap Tobacco,
r'or side bv
JOHN A. IIAMILTOV,
BHOWNING <& BROWNING
Altorrie>vs At 1 jaw,
OkaS/omjuko C IL, S.C.,
MxfcoUi I. Itaowxlso. A. F. Browxino
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
mossLEir & crook.
_-1?i ? ??
ORANOEBURG COTTON MARKET.
Cotton?Sales during tho week 71 bales; wo
quote: Ordinary, 15; Good Ordinary, '"i) ?
10l; Low Middling, 17?17i ; Strict Middling,
Bacon Hums : : lb ? 12 @ 10
" Side* : : " 11J 14
Lard : : "14 ?
Corn : : ? : : bus 95? 1 00
Peas : : : : " 1 00 (?,1 30
OutH : seed : : " ! 25 ?
Flour : : : : cwt 5 50 <?G '*5
Fodder ': : : " 1 25 (?1 50
Kouiih Rice : : " 1 25 @1 30
Butter : : : : lb 25 @ 6U
Eggs : : : : do* 18 ? 20e
Turkeys : : : pr 2 00 @2 50
Geese : : : : " 1 00 @1 25
Fowls, : : per dor. 3.50 (a> 5.00
Bees Wax : : : lb *zt (A
Beef : : " 10 @ 1.
Tallow i : ? 10 ?
Binders, : :? : par bushel 1 25
McNA jVI JsLJR, 9 s
Great reduction in prices of Sprin?.'
Goods, bought in tin last ten days.
IF you want to get the best and cheap
est ready-iitadu Spring clothing, go
to > cNAMARA'S.
F you want ladies and childrcus' shoe,
of the best quality and at low price.-,
o to Mi-NAMAUAS*
F yott want Ladies dress goods cheuj
and Stylish, gt? to
F you want Gentletucn^' Cnssimerc .
Cloths, Tweeds. Meltons, Drab' d'eto
summer drills and cottonudes, etc., ul.
of the be.-t quality, and the largest stuet
in town, and at low prides, too, po to
F you want good Sugar, 8 lbs for Si
go to McNamaras*.
'.Fyou want good Brown Homespun,
one yard wide, at 12 j ceu.t.-, go to
F you want to buy cheap for cash. g?
to ' McNamaras'.
Being thankful for the bbenil patron
age bestowed on mein th? past,it res
peelluily solicit a continuance of th
.-nine. J. MVNam'a a.
Appril 23, 1873 H>* >y
Loan and Trust Compaiii
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Orvicr, No. 17 BaoAD Street.
? BAViKOB DEPARTMENT,
Tbc deposits in tbu savings Department u
tili* Company are invested' as u'SrJeeltd- ]'r.i> ,
and, therefore are not subject ?o the hazards o.
lu audition lo this special security, deposi
tor* have tin- guatautec of the entire Bank Cap
ital, which amounts to *hree bundled thousand
Tili? departnirnt will enable all clashes to
lind a .-ale security lor their savings liowerci
.-in.ill ; and at the same time ? earing a reliin
irerutive interest (six per cent, compotindci.
quarterly.; Currency can be remitted by Ls
puss, and drafts bv mail.
F. "A. M ITCI1E?, CASHifcn.
Director* und Trutitcs:
Goo: S. Cumcmii,' K. 11. t ro>t W. C Bee,
\V. B. William*, II. II. OfeLcnn, B O'Neil, A
I?. Cahhvel. J. Mi Sliackciford, J. C. II. Clans
sen, (i. L. Buist, W. J. Middlvion, A. J. i row*,
K. Waltjen, C ti. Meinmingcr, Wm. L. Webb,
J. T. Weinman, Geo. II. Walter, B. 1>. Littarus.
april 23, 1673 ? 10 3m
rpilE firm of STK< >Bh\ RLDRICII A CO.,
JL pronrietors of "Kdisto stave and Shingle
bactory," is this day dissoivcU by mutual eon
JOHN F. STROBEL,
IvOBT. II. A LDRK'll.
M. A. BLAND.
Orangebuig, S. C. April 22, Ib73.
The undersigned'will cany on the stave and
Shingle biltunc*H, ?t Oruiigehitrg, .S. C\, at tbu
Factory oil North Lnisto Liver, under the firm
name oi Aklrieh & eo.
LOBT. II. ALDH1CII,
M. A. BLAND,
april 22. 187? 10 tf
M ec-lian ica 1 Assuciation.
a MELTING of the shareholders of thin
J\. Association will be held at Engine Hall
at Oraiigctaircr, S. ?'., on Saturday, May lo,
ib73, at 12] o'? lock, 1*. M., for the purpose of
adopting by-law*, electing officers, and trans
acting such business as tluy may deem neces
Sub cribcrs to the capital stock of the Asso
ciation are called upon to pay the C ifdi Instal
ment of TEN DOLLARS per share, to Kirk
j Robinson, Esq., Treasurer of tho Association,
! at Citizen's SavimtM Bank, ?rangeburg, S: C,
on or before the 10th day ot M?.v,-1878.
Ceriiticates of subscription to the Orangeburg
Countv Fair Fund can be usid in payment of
the said instalment'
By order of the Directors,
8. DIBBLE, Secretary.
1 fip?il 25,:1873 10 . h
Cotton Seed for Sale.
1IIAVE still on hand about 50 bushels of
my choice, selected vUotton 8k?d fox sale.
Having perFonnlly superintended its rejection
for the lost four year?,' I JiaVc .it 'now .up to a
very finol standard. Warranted Bound, and
very prolific. ??'
. Pricc-^2 00 per busbcl ?f 30 lbs,
J. W. SUMMERS,
april 23, 1873 10 2
THE FIPM OF S. D. DANTZLEK & CO.,
Merchants, Fort Motte, S. (.??? is ?bis day
dissolved by dissolved by mutual consent. All
the a&iert of said Firm being rctnintd by 8.
I), Duntztcr, and all liabilities of lhe same be
ing assumed by him.
S. D. DANTZLER,
L. P. IIAST.
Fort Motte, fvfj., \
April, 12th, 1873. f
IWILL continue die business at the old
stand and trust by strict attention t6 merit
tue patronage heretofore so liberally Lfestowcd
to the late firm. . .
? 8. D. DANTZLEK.
april 16, 1873 8 3t
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
Charleston, S. C, May 19, 1872.
On and after SUNDAY; May .19, the
passenger trains oil the South Carolina
Kaiiroad will ruh .\s follows?
Fort augusta. '
Leave Charleston - 9:30 a ni
Arrive at Augusta - - 5:20 p m
Leavo Charleston - 9:30 a m
Arrive at Columbia, - 5:20 p in
Leave Augusta ? ? 9:00 a m
Arrive at t harleston. - - 4:45 p u
Leave Columbia - 9:00 a n
Arrive at Charleston - 4:45 p m
AUGUSTA NICHT rxriiESS.
Leave Charlestoi - 8:.n>0 p n
Arrive at Augusta - '- ? 7:85 a n
Leave Augustu - - 0:15 p t.
Arrive at Charleston - 5:50 a'n
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRFS?
1 Leave Charleston' - 7:30 p it
Arrive at Columbia - G:30 a in
Leave i oluuibia ? . - 7:?0,:? i
Arrive at G-uu Icotuu - U:-15 a :
BUM M ERY 1L L E TRAIN.
Leave Suminerville - 7:25 a**i
Arrive at Churlesto?' - 8:4!) a
Leave Charleston ?-' 3:35 p i
Arrive at Seinnu rvillc at - 4.50'p i
Leave Canulcn - ? - 7,20 a i
Arrive at Columbia - 11-50 a i
Leave Columbia - - 2.10 p i
\rrive at Cainden' - - ?i?o'p n
Day and Night Trains connect at An
;usta With Matron and Augtistil Uttllroa
ilid Georgia Railroads. This is t!
piiekest nmt niost direct roit'.fV alhl a
oiufortuble and cheap as any ntlu-r rjoiil
to Louisville, Cincinnati-, Chicago, t>
Louis and all other* points West am
Northwest;' ,.. '
,'olutuUin' Night Trains crirtheci' it
Ireen\ille und Columbia Ruilroad.-nl.i
? Jay and N igHt Trains connect with Chui
Through Tickef ?* on's?lc, via tins rbu;
:?) all points North.
Cainden Train cdrince'rtf at' Kingvili
daily (except Sundays) with t)ay l'as.-ei
_,er Train, and i nns th rough? tbOolumhi;
A*. L. TV-LKIL Viee-Lresi.Lnt.
? S. B: P'n-'it :is General Ticket Agent
Si p 27
All Rafts of Timber, pa-sing down tlx
Edist'o River will please stop one mil
below Parker'.- perry, on the right, ami
receive Shingles as freight. For whiei
provisions' or cash will be paid.
M pr 10J 1m
Geo. S. Hacker
Doors Sash, "RiincT
IHIISISAS LARGE AND COMPLETE,
. a factory, as there \* in the South. AH work
nannfacturtd at the Factory in this city. The
;>nly house owned and managed by a Carotin
an in this city. Send for price list. Address
GEO. 8. HACKER,
Postofliee Rox 170, Charleston, B.C.
Factory ami Wnrcrooms on King street oppo
?die Cannon street, on line of City Railway,
Oct. 30 Iv
O r?iTj54 lnirg~In 5^? bat; t'otirl.
D. I. Tvily, wt. P. U. Jjoustr, Admr. John
Alt persons hating clnims against tli?
Estate ol Hie late John A. Keilt are request
ed to present und prove ihcir respective de
mands before this Court on or hrfore the
twenty-ninth d?y of April, 1873, .to which
dato the tunh r he?i ing of the ?bore en-"
titled action is continued
A. IS. KNOW [.TON.
1 rotate Judge.
sprit f> 8t
to BE GIVEN AT
ORANQEBURG, S. C, MAY 1st, 1873;
,.Tbci Knights will- asscmblo at the Old
r?rtt<lo Ground, at 10 o'clock, the line will
be formed at half past ten (10$) precisely;
Mitchell's Brau? Band heading the column.
The line of march will be through, Main
street to Kail Koadj Lota" tHetice roTdhrna
men.t Ground, arriving there the Knight*
will be formed Into line, in l'rpnt of tho
Judges Ptand where the rules governing t*ao
riding will be read.
The exercises wi|l begin at half past eleven
(11 j ) o'clock. The names of tl o -Knights
will be announced in the order in which they
arc in lino.
The following rules will govern the Tour?'
na m eilt.
I L All Knights will ride in costume
2d. The Knights will ride in the order in'
which'they are in line. The Signal foi rid
ing f ?rwafd will be a blast 6t .he bugle. A?5
each end of the seventy-five yards there will
bo a signal flag, which will be lowered, at
both points, by which signal th? Judge* ?sc?$"
ing the time will be governed.
3d. '1 he distance to be run will be seventy
five" ynrds. Lacli Knight will be required to?
complete the ride in eight seconds, and
should any Knight fail to como up to the
time specified he shall be ruicd out by the
judges, for that xi?e.
4th. Each com ending Knight, when he
lias completed l\ia* ride1 will report Id" the
judges'stiind and deliver to the judges" tho
rings taken, and'only auch rings as arc de
livered to the jildges, will be counted. Should. ,
the laucc be lost during the ride the Knight
will be ruled out for ihnt ride,
5th. Any hprsc bolting from die tract and
it being decided by the judges that it was
from want of pkill the KniglU idialfbe ruled"
, out for that ride.
?th. The judges iri. awarding prizes, will
give lo the Knight taking the* great- number
0 r::igj the ir.-t prize with crown,'and'so> oily
until a 1 the prizes arc distributed. Sliould
1 here be-a tie tjie same rule will decide! un'-'
iess there should i.gaiu to a tie.
:.V The <kch>ion o": the judge*" to be r&
i'u.1 t Mowing gcntlcuien wi.l con-ttifute
' I);t. A. S. SALLi:V.
JAM1& II. KO.\VX?&
< oi.. A. D. FliKUi.liR'K:.'
t apt. J A.MKS F. lZliAlt.
t oi. 1'. S. ?FlCUMiK,
Col. J. C ill) WA It US.
What th4 ridinglmsi been completed tho
Knights v iii.toiui in front oj the nyi^es
stand, \^ ?h u the decision wiVPO? made known
and j-nict; uwaiucu.' lue winiKi oi lii>t
prise will li,eii iu..ke"liis selection of VQiiecn
of Loyeane Wi-anty." Ahdrin like manner,
theuiuiiorof >?.co id piize" ; ?id third prize
w.ii ebose first and second maids honor.
In the evii ii(g a'Tuuinaiueiit . all will Iks'
gWeu at K'lWt! ,v. ti, i;irt?.r lh?t mAuagemeiit*
Of me te>l"hv';n:f n'.'i?Hj rtfcV?ehfe?:
Cucf A\ W. Firi-:r)Eifi'cK.
Uf.o. if. rnr-.i:ir.
I r T/W,' Ui'/V.vnd:
.]. At ji?:i:<;v?iTi.
Jas. 8. lin&v.vEb.''
J. \Y. r.viRteK-.'.
J. \V. Mos kley. , :.%
Knights wiehing cards v] invitation to the'
half will make application to either of the'
The public generally arc iuvitid to Iw pre-'
. sent at the Tournament.*
a. A. JERFOU?S.
Uy virtue of Sundry Executions t<*? me di
rected, 1 will sL-tl to flic higlu-s?. bidder, at'
i riiugehurg C. 11.. oh" the first MON
day in Niny neft. Ft).* CASH. h11 tho
Hi lo. 'lit i) >.n<l lot ere u of the Defend
ants in tbo follow.ng Property, vis i '
1. one tract ot l .n i cuiituiiiiug 400 acres
no>r? or lesvin Ormigabttrg County, bound
ed so ihe Northc- ist by Columbi* Ho id.Ht&L
by lands formerly of H. C. Wannatnakar,
South' and West by t. K. Easport^s* ;"
5. Uno tract in aaid Con XJ containing
390 ncies mori or less, bounded oti the
North and West by land of <>. Farnnra,
V.u.n by the tract ?boTsydescribed. and West
by land of t. Kl Sasportas Lcviad on the*
properly of (Jo.--ptr luabinet at the suit of'
J: cob Aninker.
All that trr.ct or p<rL*el of land ia'said^
County, containing i2A. ocris,' with Instil
ing House and other friiproTcruenu, being
tract -A-lnreon J. Ilatallton Feldor mow re
sult's, bounded on the South by tho Orange
huvg Lead, and on *.lt other sides by Uuda
?t J lUmilton l-rldsr Lcviod on as -ths
pojoitv ot J. Hnmlhon Felder at ihi silir
tt. 'ihotuns W. Mell.cbnxnp.
One Bu'gpy. L??ied on as the property of
Joel It. WuatsslLat iho suit of John F. and'
Laura S. J. Jackson.
At LewisTlll*. (Uginningat 11 o'eloelt.on
Monday aud conttnuing trom day to day
until the ??hole stock is disposed of,) all ths
S.ock,ol Hoods In Store, of Wibfield Olavk,
consibting ol Dry t.oods. Groceries, Shoos,
.lUis. Crockery, Tin \\a?o, &e. U*i?a on;
en the pro) eny of Winfield Claik at tho
suits of 1-eu.kc, tipedykb & Co. and others.*
On Tuesday at the residence of tbo Do-'
frndaiii :!0 bushels Com: Levied on as tho
property of Calvin Ouignard at tho suit of
W'ado and Naticy Qadsdan,
Sa^rifTs O?o*o, ) Ei I. CAIN,
Orangiburg 0. II. S. C, } 8. O. C*
Apl. If th. 1871. i
apt 19" td
XTOTICK TO C IIEDITORS.--,
i\ All persons haying doawsnds? aj^i*>?f
ths Estate of 11. G. HunL dooes;sod, ?ad alt
peraans iudebtod to said Esi'sto will prosoat
tho satao and make pajmoht to- ?ho aador
siraed wiihln three Wontha from this dato.
JOIIH V. SPKIEHBR.
Qi-fthfied Adralnislrnfor. -
FobrttO-Ty-litB,-1?78. U td