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TWO DOLLARS PK II ANN*M- J
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GOD AND OtJTt COTJ1STTRY.
ALWAYS TN AD VAN CE
VOLUME V
SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1877.
NUMBER 41
DeTreville & ^wa'd
ATTORNEY^ AND COUNSELLOR
AT LAW
) <t>r?iaKelmrtf C. II.,.N, f.
Will practice in tlio viiritfhn tJnrtr?;
of the Slntc . dij'O'
W. J. DoTroville, .James S- Howard,
? june.l tf. A?]
_i_..__11 r-biidii.'
ABIAi; LATiIR(P,
ATTOKNKY AT LAW,
Oraniiebur^, S- O
flgy OIHce in'rcar'of Masonic'lull.
M arch 3 1&
Knowlton & Wannaraiker,
ATTORNEYS
AND l #?
COUNSELLORS AT $A\V,
Orniigcbiirg CJ Hi-,tf. </.
Aug. B. Knowllon, V. M. \Vinainaker,
Orangoburg C. IL St. fcltthewa.
may 5 1877 tf
DENTIS FRY
Dr. L. S. Wolfe can ho foinl at his offne
over Ezekicl's Storp where lit is prepared
to execute work on the lUHl improvol
stylen, at ishort notice ami .< rtiasonab
price*- All work quaranteuJ
June 3D tf.
NO MISTAKE!
TAKiG ttfojLfJ&JL .Aiii ?ji
The GtcM Remedy fur all Misuses of the I.ivcr.
take HEPATITES
TWe Groat Cure Irr Dyspcpsiahlld Liver l>iseajc.
?take HEPATINE
The Grent Cure for Ihriigcstiotand I.ivcr riisease.
take HEPATINE
Tlie Grent Cure for Coiutipat'oi and I.ivcr l>iscase.
take HEPATINE
The Great Curv for Sick ilcftdcllC <"~ I.ivcr Disease.
take SEP^TIKE
The CrTT.M l ure for Chills, Fcc. arid Liver Disease.
TAKE EEEPJuTUTjcJ
The GronCuri fcr l?limis .Macks and I.ivcr 1 ?i>ca*?;.
TAKE ESAOTS
Tor Sour Stomach, Hcadchc and I.ivcr Disease.
take HBIvATIKS
Fcr Fcnalc Wt.il.ntii, CMieral Debility and Liver
Ditftse.
presence
disuses, attended with Im? of
lurr.ctite, nausea, tieartUrn, sour stomach; rising of
fuM afttr ?Illing, sc:u; it fullness or Weight in the
?mvumc'i, jcrid or fclit eructations, flulterinj or
etr.kin~ at the pit nflheiotnjch, palpitations, illusion
?f the sntues, ui >i bid ft ii>js anil uneasiness of vari
ous kiada, und which isV'erraanewly cured if you take
13: IE lE^A-TliILSriELi
Fjl ffl ConsC\pEot?on. or
Cos tivcneea T
A?t?:e of the bowels in which
th-evacuations il > ii'<t tiifce pi.ice
?a designed hy natur^ud arc inordinately hard and
ti^.-i!..' with ihnicu'r. r.iii? sd by a low state of the
ay?B, Which diraiuil>?i ihe. actt :i cf the muscular
?at of ihe ?.rotsuieh. This ilisuo^c is ?*sily tuxs-i if
yoa will take
TSTDIGESTIOH
A condition of the Stomach pro
duced by ia.tctit ity of the l.n cr,
thin the (bod is n"t properly
frliecstctl, and in which condi
tion the sufferer IsliMile to become the victim of
nearly every discatl that human tlcs.li is heir id?
chilis, fevers and federal prostration. It is positively
cured if you take
'131 HU PATI IsTIS
Siele KTervous
HEAPACHE?
It yma at one time supposed thai
' the se.it of the brain was in the
stomach. Ccrtai? it is a wonderful sympathy exists
between the two,nil 1 what effects one has an imme
diate ctTei l on ike Other. So it i. that :i disordered
stomach invariably is followed hy n sympathetic ac
tion of the brain, and hcatlachcs all arise from this
cause. Headaches are easily cured if you will take
ZE3Z li?i Jb^-As-HC1! ILV3"_L?j
Sour Stomacli?
iHearfbtarn ? .
The former is the primary cause
of the latter. A sour stomach'
create*; the hrat and burning.sensation. Tbc con
tent* ot the stomach ferment und turn sour. Sink
stomnch, followed by Kr'l""C. Colic and liiarrluca,
often occur.
When the skin is yellow, *27
cd
Wricn the fongne is coated, TAItE
EPATIIE
DEATH TO DISEASE!
For bitter, bad taste in the mouth,
Ui?'A leaspoonful in a wineglass full of water, as
directed on bottle, ami you never will be sick. This
is snying a j;r. at deal, but we ?
MAES NO MISTAKE!
TAKE
FIFTY DOSES IN EACH BOTTLE.
FOR SALfe BY
A. p. DUE KS, DruggiHt.
may 10 1K77 ly
A riQiftcnntl lot at Jnmtson'ri Torn Ou
boitncOl on the Eadt hy the 8. C. ltai
Roddl Win lib stild cheap. Apply to
fl Ml.S. II. M. ANEREW8
??.Ii tf.
HORSESHOEING
><{itimhhl : li-r-vnfct ? t.l I .-Malt
AND ? .o
[blacksmith work
THOMASRAY,
(Russell St. Opposite Hiifj^'a Corner.)
All manlier of .Smith work and llor.io^'j
?hoeing properly done.
Fancy Send I work. It ailing for Grave
Lot.-?. A trial .?oliciteil.
THOMAS RAY:
sept I tf.
All the Year Hound Always the Same
C. F. JACKSON, ,
Tili: LEADER ol-'
LOW P^lOEfS
IN
l>ry Goods and XotioiiH
128 MAIN STREET,
COLUMBIA; C.
oet 27 3 ' 4*
E. r. COWPERTHWAIT,
FURNITURE
WARE ROOMS,
2?5 KING- STREET,
West Kitte, Four Doors above Wentworth,
CIIAKIJESTOX, S. C.
LARGE STOCK cf: LOW PRICES.
No Charge for Packing and Shipping,
sept 15 1877 Cm
*'IttE INSURANCE.
The first class Companies ATLAN
TIC NIAGRA, and MOBILE UN
D1CRWR.11 EHS. are entitled to the
fullest contidence of the busincs pun
lic. They have stood the test of many
years, an.I are prompt in paying
loses.
JOHN A. HAMILTON
Agent, for Fire Insurance.
rubber belting
Furnished on short notice of any
width, 2in. 17cts. 3in. 20cts. 4in.
84cts Siiii 42cts. 6iiV. OOcts. j)er foot
up lo 14 hi wltUli.
Cane Mills and Boilers
MILLS.
2 Rollers, 10 in; $30. 2 Rollers,
12 in;$1.5. a Kollers 10 in; $40.
BOILERS.
30 Galls. $10. 40 Galls. SI 2. 50
Galls. $14. 00 Galls. $10. SO Galls.
?18. 100 Galls $20.
Freights added.
J. L Hamilton
MUSIC FO ! I ALL.
Prof. ANTON RERU sBi>n to instruct
on the Pin no on the most reasonable terms.
Nine Lessons fo'r$2.50\
The greatest cure will he taken to give
natinfaction. Ladies who wish a finishing
touch to their Musical Education have nn
opportunity to go through a course of Iler
tiiii's and ('romer's, Ktrmles, Mozard and
Bcthovcn'? Senate*.
ANTON RKRO,
Graduate from the Conservatory of
Stockholm,
sept 8 tf
\A ?Ji?R A*
Lager Beer Saloon
?V #
Ii. Li. JESSEN,
AT
McMASTER'S BRICK STOKE.
Respectfully informs the Citizens of
Orangeburg and vicinity that he has opened
a firm claari Saloon slocked with the best
goods the market afl'onls.
Also will open on the first of September
next a first class Eating Saloon where meals
can be procured at all hours of t tie day and
night.
2 My goods and prices arc guaranteed to
give Kiitisfactiou.
A call is respectfully solicited.
nug 18 1y
FOTJTZ'S
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS*
Tin -dare or prwmt Dlncaoo.
Tfo nosnwtll <Uo of Cour. Borrs or Lima Fk
vk u. lr l'outz'8 Fowderm nro n*cd In time.
KouU'b I'owd er? w It I enro ?ml pro vc n 111 oo OnoTJtn a
FonU's 1'owdcrswlU provout Oxvim ik Fowi?c?
ncrlnlly Turkey*.
i-'ouuCBt'owifrrtiTrtll IncrefiM tho flonntlty of mlllc
md errant twenty per etnu, und luuku Uio butter Axiu
Wd BWPUt. _
KouU'h I'owdcrn will enro or prevent nlmoat mvbbI
J>im:am: tlint Horms und Cnttlu art) hair to.
FOFTZ's POWDKM wlllu1vk Ha TJlfactio:?.
Bold everywhere.
I)AVXi> 22. TOXTVZ, Proprietor,
UALTIMOIir., Md.
Sold by Dr. A. C DUKES.
And i)'r. J. Qi WANNAMAKKR.
.v 11) 1877
TO l^IiNrX\
That large and commodious Brick Store
formerly occupied by Mr. C. K. Jones
For terms r.pplv to
MRS. M. E. MCNAMARA
augll tf.
SHERIFFS SALES.
TUE STA TF, OF SOUTH CAROLINA
OHAXCEBUHG COUNTY?IN COM
MON,pU?AS.
E. Rosa C. Qh.yerog, Executrix of E. J.
Ollvcros. deceased, against Clifford 01
- Ive.ltlF. nit u\.
. . U VVI II TUK of the judgment herein,
I VVlllscHl ill Orangehurg fJoiirt House on
Hu- lir.-t Uonday in December next, du
ring- the legal hour* of sale, to the high
est bidder, the following; lot of land, to
ivlt:
All that lol of laud with the buildings
thereon, in ihe town of Orangehurg, in
the county and state al n'csaid. contain
ing Hirce and Hiree-quurrer (.'1J-4) acres
noire or less, shoaled on the southern
side of Kussel! Street, and bounded on
the east by lot now or lately of'Mortlmer
Ulover. oil.the south by lot of Warren N.
Scovlll. and on the west by lot of Warron
N. Scovlll.
The above loi will be sold In parcels,
as will he shown on the day of sale..
Terms, one-lidh cash, and the balance
on a ci edit of one. two and three years,
purchaser to give bond bearing interest
from Hay of sale, and a mortgage of the
premises purchased to secure the same;
and shall immediately insure the build
ings on the premises and assign the Rol
icy of Insurance; and pay for papers
am! recordbr^.
a i.so?
Daniel llildebram, Plain! iff, against R. J.
Cr!in, wife of John T. Crim, et. al.
Denfendant.
ItY VIRTUE of the. judgment herein
I will sell at Orangehurg Court House on
the first Monday III December next, du
ring the.legal hours of sale, tho follow
ing tract of land, to iyic :
All that plantation or tract of land,
situate, lying and being in Caw Caw
Township, in the county and State nfore
said. containing four hundred and four
acres more or less, and bounded by lauds
of L. A. Zei??ler Thomas w'. G!l**or.
John lnabnct, Mrs. Juriah ??mbnet and
die plaintiff.
Terms, one-half cash, and tho balance
on n credit of twolvo months, purchaser
or purchasers to give bond 'for th.t dredit
portion heal ing interest from day of sale
secured by a inoi tgage of the premises,
and to pay for papers and recording.
Al so
Augustus B. Knowltou as Judge of Pro
bate for the County of Orangehurg und
successor in olllco to G. D. Keltt, late
Ordinary of Orangeburg District
Plaintiff, against Andrew W. Miller,
et. al. Defendant.
BY VflKTUE of I be judgment herein.
I will .sell at Orangehurg Court House on
ihe flrsj Monday in December next, du
ring I lie legal hours of sale, the follow
ini> frnel of lands. to wit:
AHlha: piaulitUoTl or iran 01 muu,
situate, lying mid being in the county of
Oraugi burg and Still?? aforesaid, contain
ing one hundred and lorij'-cight acres
more or h >?. and formerly hounded by
laud id'John Ifnplo. esltite of Daniel Ru
ple and D I?. Eiinelioss.
Tonil* ol sale?One-half cash, balance
on a credit of twelve months, secured by
bond and mortgage ol* premises. I *nr- -
chaser to paj" for papers and recordings.
V/VI.SO,
Plnekhey L. MoorcrJ Assignee, Plaint Iff.
against Mary E. Shuler, et. al. Defen
dant.?Foreelosurc.
BV VIit j'UE ofib? judgment herein I
will sell at Orangehurg Court House, on
the tir-t Monday in December next, the
fotlowiui! tracts of land to wit.
All 11t.it plantation or tract of land sit
uate und heing in Middle Township, ill
-aid eouniy. Known us the plantation
recently fettled by Absolltm Si.ell. con
taining four hundred acres more or les**.
houmli d ??n t In- North by laud- of A B.
Oiifti li. Easi by hinds 'of Jas. F. Way.
South hy lands of Albert II uugcrpillar,
and Whj.1 by lauds ol David lualmrt.
Terms one-half cash, and the balance
on a credit ol twelve mouths, purchaser
or purchasers to give bond, bearing iu
ierc.-i from day of side, together whli u
mortgage of the promise* purchased, to
secure said ere iii portion, and to pay for
papers and recording,
a I.so
Augustus 15. Knowllon. Judge of Pro
Inttcaml successor to V I) V Jamison,
late ( i uimissioner in Equity "lor Or
iiiigeluirg District (now county) and
Ab-oluni f.. Moorer. Plaintiffs, ?
against
Edward A. Nix. as guardian of Mary E.
Hinder, et. al., Defendants.
BY VIRTUE of the judgment herein
I'will sell at Orangehurg Court House,
tollte highest bidder, on the first Mon
day In December next, tlie following
land-, lo wit :
All that plantation or tract of land sit
uated in Orangehurg county and slate
aforesaid, and lying on Bulls Branch,
und containing live hundred acres, more
or loss, and bounded by lands then of
Sam'l IS. Fair. S. E. Moorer, tlie estate
of F .1 D Fehler, DE D Bowmnu and .1
I, Imibnet.
Term4, one half cash, balance on a
t rirdlt ol one year. Purchaser or purcha
sers to give bond for Ihe credit portion
hearing interest from day of sale, secured
by a mortgage of the premises pur
chased, and lo pay for papers and record
ing.
*
A I.SO,
Thomas II My er and V VS.Austin as
Executors of tho Will of Robert Wul
Ucr. deceased, and as Trustoes of Lou
isa .1 My er, et u)., Plaintiffs,
against,
Joseph I1 CnrlillL ct al.. Defendants.
BY VIR l'UE of the Judgment burin I
will sell ill Orangcbur?! Court House on
the Hist Monday in December next, du
ring (he legal hours of sale, tho follow
ing tract or parcel of laud, to wit:
All ihm plantation or tract of land, ly
ing and being on Goodlaud Swamp, con
taining live hundred acres, more or less,
and bounded on the North by lands of
Ariel Able, East by lands of John Clea
ton. South hy lands of U J O'Dowd und
J C C Austin and West by lands of J W
Brodic and John N Porter.
Term.?One half cash and the balance
0U a credit of twelve months, purchaser
or purchasers 10 give bond for the credit
portion bearing Interest from day of sale,
secured by it mortgage i>( the premises
sold? dlid to pay'for papers and record
ing.
ALSO,
James Wren, Plaintiff,
> against
Olivia S F?glo as AdminY, et ah, Dcfen
daOts.
RYrVIRTUE of the judgment herein
I will sell at Orangeburg Cdutt Ilouse,
on the Ikst Monday in Deei ?ber next,
during the Icgul hours of sale, the fol
lowing tract of land, to wit:
All that, tract or parcel of land con
taining three hundred and t-wo acres;
morcor loss, bounded North East by
land* ?'r W A and L) P Fogle, North
West by lands of P M Carson and Wil
lbtui .Watt, on the South by lands of John
?L Waft and on the Ehst by hinds of W
A* and D V Fogle.
ALSO,
AM that other tract or parcel of land
known as the Fludd tract, containing
one hundred and eighty-thrce acres more
or less, and bounded oh the North by
lands of tlobinseil W Ri>er, East by
Santee River, South by lauds of 1) V Fo
gle. and Wejt by lauds of Robinson W
Riser.
ALSO,
All that other tract or parcel of land,
containing eighty-eight and otic-half
acres, inoro or! less, on waters of Muy
bricks Creek, waters of Santee River,
and bounded hy lands of Henry W Fo
gle, David I? Fogle, Public Road, estate
of John Mack, and estate of Charles R
Thompson.
Terms,?One-half cash,' and the bal
ance on a credit of one. year, purchaser
or purchasers to to givo bond bearing
interest from day sale for credit portion,
together with a "mortgage of tho prem
ises sold, to eocuru said credit portion,
and to pay for papers and recording.
ALSO.
Foreclosure.
Franklin A. Fairey Plaintiff,
Aag'dnst
Edward J. Raster ct al.
Defend.ints.
Ry virtue of the Judgment herein, I will
sell at Orangeburg Court House on the first
Monday in December next, during the
usual hours of judc, the following tract of
land, almut six miles below Orangeburg
Village, on Kdisto River and the South
Carolina Railroad, known as the D. II.
Baxter'* plantation, containing seven
hundred and lifiy acres, more or less,
bounded North by lands of J imcs Stokes,
Ea*t and South by lands of Murry Robin
Kon and West bv Edisto HI ver, the same I
being composed of several smalktraets of
Terms, Cash enough to pay cost anu e.\
petises of this notion, and the amount of
principal and interest, there nro to the
PlainttfTlltibn the said Hond and Mortgage,
and the balance on a credit to correspond
whh the instalments to become due upon
the said Bond and Mortgage, purchaser or
purchasers to give bond for said credit por
tion bearing interest from day of sale, an<l a
Mortgage of the premises purchaser to
?ecure the same and to pay for papers and
Itccording.
ALSO
Foreclosure.
Alen (Jag*, Plaintiff,
Against
Elezabeth Brown,
Defendant.
Ry virtue of the Judgment herein, I will
sell at Orangeburg Court House on the fir t
Monday in Deivmher next, during, the
usual hours of Kile, the following tract or
pared of land, to wit :
All thu plantation ur'tract of land con
taining about twelve hundred acres, more
orless, situate iu the Fork of Edisto, bound
ed North by Cooper Swamp, East bv
lands fomerlv of Jiu ?ob Wolfe deceased,
South Uv South Edisto River, and West by
lands now or the lately of-lohn R. Mil
lions, John ('. Rowe and the late J. E.
Quatiehaum. said tract cf land being the
"Suaki- Swamp plantation."
Terms. t'u*h enough to pay all sums
actually due to the Plaintiff at tho ttnte of
said sale for principal and interest and the
costs of these proceeding*, and the balance
on n credit of one ana two years from the
date of said sa'e, purchaser to give bond
bearing interest from day of sale, secured
by mortgage of the premised and to pay for
papers and recording
The Life Association of America
vs
Daniel Zimmerman, Thomas II. Zinimer
?ifad et al
Ry v.rtue of an order of Oourt in the
above cause to me- directed und delivered
will be Sold at public auction on Mond ry
the third day 'n December, 1877, at Or
angeburg courthouse at ?-? o'clock in the
?forenbeh.
All that plantation or tract of land situ
ate, lying u"d being near Fort Motte in St.
Matthew? county of Orangeburg and State
aforesaid, ktucvn as "Lang Syne." contain
ing about l?U? acres, bo the same more or
less.
Also all that other plantation or tract of
land adjoining the above to tho east and
known as "Uoshen" ami containing about
? 1000 1-10 acres be the same more or less,
(excepting the It act of.144 1-'2 acres here
inafter accepted,) aud bounding to the east
on a road running from Oakland to Spring
drove plantation.
Al?o all that other tract being Cf pine
land, containing about 277 I?2 acres he the
pamemom or less, and generally considered
as appertaining to the said plantation "Lang
Syne in St Matthews aforesaid.
The above being tracts conveyed to Ali
gusline T. Snivtho, Esq., by Mrs Louisa S.
McCord by Deed of conveyance dated 27
June, 18U5, and constituting the whole of
said tracts, covered by tho mortgage- held
by the Life Association of America, except
ing however, therefrom the tract of 141 1-2
acres (port of the Gdfthcn tract above de
ne, ibed.) conveyed by Daniel Zimmerman i
27 January, 1K77, to Anderson Keitt and |
Abrain Rrown, which will not Iki sold at '
present, and which is described as
"?H that plantation or tract di land min
ute lying and befng near Fort Motte, nl the
county of OraMgchtirg am}. State of South
Carolina aforesaid, containing 144 1-2 acres
more or less, butting and bounding to the
northeast v,a a branch running thioiigh the
''(Joshen tract" to the north on land of Cant.
Trezevao.*, and on all other sides on the I
said Gothen tract, now the property of the
sai<l Daniel Zimmerman, from Augustine T?
Smytbe, Esq., on the ?1-day of-?
A. D. 18 -, and has such shape, marks and
boundings as are fully delineated and set
forth in plat of the same by Styles R. Mcl
liehanip, Surveyor, dated 2,1 April, 187 ?), aw )
will Aore fully appear by reference to said
deed recorded in iheolticc of the Hegister of
Menno Conveyance; county of Orangeburg,
iu vol. 15, page ?00.
Tcrmnol sale, one-half in cash, rcoiaitalcr
in two equal sncces-ive annual instalments
to be secured by bond or bonds of the pur
chaser, bearing interest from the day of
sale, payable annually and n mortgage of
the propel ty. Purchaser to pay for papers.
" ALSO..
Anna M? Millions and R. Benson Tarrant a
Adm'rs of Estate of John U. Millions
deceased.
againct.
Thomas Raysor; Jas W illiams et al
Ry virtue o| the judgment he. ein, T will
sell at Orangeburg court house, on the first
Monday in December next, at public outcry
during the legal hours of sale, to the High
est-bidder, the following tracts of land, to
wit:
1st. All that plantation or tract of laud
io said county, wherein Ihe said intestate
reside! at the time of ids death, situate on
Itocky Swamp and its tributaries, Camp
bell's branch, Boggv branch and littles
Rocky Swamp, containing ?O0U aeres more,
or le.-s, ami bounded by lands of Jacob
Stroninn, Henry Tyler and others The
above tr iet will be sold iu parcels, Nos. 1, 2,
.1, 4, h, ti, 7, o, 1), 10, 11, 12, 11, 15, 1(J and
17, as will appear from plats which will be
shown on day of rale.
Also all that certain tract of land, situate
in the county and State aforesaid, contain
ing 400 acres more or less, being a part of a
certain tract of land formerly owned by
Henry II Bonnett, (containing 1639 acres,
more or less, and situate on Great Branch,
purchased by tho said intestate from I\ V.
Dibble, Assig nee in Bankruptcy, of the Haid
If. II. Bennett.
This last mentioned tract will also be sold
in parcels, tracts Nos. IS, 19 and 20, as will
be shown by plat on day of Kile.
Terms of sale, one-lhird. cash, the bal
ance on a credit of vine and two years, jiur
euui>eri to give bonds bearing interest from
day of sale for the credit portion of their
respective purchases; such bonds to be se
cured by mortgages of the premises pur
chased, and to pay for papers and iccord
iug.
^ ALSO
Martin Silvester Glcaton, cl al
Against
Mary Spiers, rial.
By virtue of the judgment in this action,
I will sell at Orangeburg Court House.on
the first Monday iii December 1877, the
following lands, to wit :
All that certain t?u< ' of land situate in
Liberty Township; in l id county, contain
ing one hundred and forty-four acres, inure
or less, hounded on the North by lands of
David Davis, formerly Poiie, East by lands
cf Lewis Stuikic, South by lands of Adam
Livingston, West by lands of Amcrs Glean
ion,
Teams, cash, purchaser to pay for papers
and recording.
Al_SO
Catherine E. Uantzler. wife of Lewis W.
Dander against Elisa Dantzler?Fore
closure.
By virtue of the judgment herein, I will
sell at Orangeburg Court House on the first
Monday in December next, dining the
legal hours of sale the following nact of
laud to wit:
AH that plantation or tract of land in
Vances Township, Orau?eburg* county,
conraiuing fivo hundred mid forty acres,
more or less, and bounded by lands now or
latel/ of Daniel Fludd, William U. Bull.
Daniel D. Dantzler, Alary Dantzler and
Santee Kiver, .
Terms, one half cosh and a balance on
a credit of year, purchaser to give bond
bearing interest from day of sale, for credit
portion, such bond to he secured, by u mort
gage of the promises sold, Purchaser to
pay for papers and recording.
JOHN II. LIVINGSTON',
nov ICi id Sheriff O. C.
SOUTH CAROLINA?ORANGE
BURG COUNTY.
BV VIRTUE OF SUNDRY EX Edi
tions to mo directed, I will-sell at 0i>
angeburg Court House on the lirst Mon
day iu December next, for cash, the
following property to wli:
AH that tract of land with the build
ings thereon, in salt] county, ooc.taining
one hundred and nine acres, more or less
bounded by lands of I T Shoemaker, B
Z Sinooke,-Zeigler and tracts Nos. 2
and i) allotted to Reubln D and Isaac F
Kittrcll. being tract No 1, allotted to A.n
drew\ J Kittreli, in the partition ol tlio
lauds of Margaret S Kilt roll, 411 the suit
of Jacob Fogle.
ALSO
All that tract ol laud in said count}',
containing eighty-six and one-half acres,
more or less, and bounded North by
lands of I' E and' A Cookc, East by P
Cooke, West by R F Thompson and A
Cookc. and Soilth by estate lauds of Mrs
G Grainling.
ALfcO.
All that tract of land in 8nJd county
containing one hundred and twenty-nine
and one-halt acres, more or less, bound
ed Northland Northeast by lands former
ly of Jefferson E Cooke, now deceased.
South und Southeast by lands of 1' E
t'ookc. South and Southwest by lauds
formerly of Mts C Grainling, and now or
lately of A McQueen Sallcy; levied on
as the, property of B F Thompson at, the
suit of Win D Fogle.
ALSO,
All that tract of land in said count v,
011 Waters of Caw Caw Swamp, contain
ing two hundred and Qftcen acres, more
oMcss, and bounded by lantls of Mrs M
T Staley, J F Pooser, Dr Hildcbrand,
Henry Stoblcr, and others; and levied
-?^^?n , r
o? us tlio ;;ropvi fy of HUllard staloy atf<
the suit of Daniel Rlley.
J.H.LIVINGSTON,--:?
; SherilPOrnngobiirg^Countyi
nov 1(1 td
BALKS UNDER WAIDlANT?' ON
. CHOP LEINS. . , .
j.' Vi", j . ? [fl ft Mil i
BY VIRTUE yf warrants oh lieu to mo
direeteil. I will Sell fit the' '-Nix1 Place," '
In H\id eounty, on the fourth day. of ;p?Y/
cemder next, lo tlie highest bidder foe
cash, a lot of Cotton Seed, a lot of'RiccV'?'
about forty bushels of Corn, and about i
500 In??, of Fodder, seized as crop of An
drew Go Van, under warrant of oh liento
T. It. Malonc, agent of E. A. Nix...;i ,? .
i 1 ,h\: if ) A"'so? I rlJ 1 iimtiv? ?
At llic same place, on Tuesday,the 1th ,
of December, 1S77. for ca'sir. a'lot of Cot- '
ton!Beeil, Rice Straw and Foddor? aud>i.
-T?-bu-hels of Corn ; seized .as crop of->
Ohas. Funches*, under WsiVrailt on Hlen
to T. R. Malonc, agent of E. A. Nis. <
ALSO, i . r . ,,u ?. .ft
At the same place, on Tuesday tTio 4fir
Decetnher. 1877, for cash, about30 bnsU-"vl
ols of Cotton, Seed, about 10, bushels, of .
Corn,'and about l->00lbs Fodder; seized
as ere ) of Frank Davis, under warrant
on lieu to T. R. Malonc, agent E.,A.
Nix.
.' -also. ? )iu ;'? ?? I br;fl \l
at samc,ii|acc, on Tuesday 4111^000,^
ber, 1877". for cash, about uO bushels .of
Cotton Seed, about 700 lbs Ke'ed'Cottou.
about 1500 Fodder and ??bushelft of
Corn; seized as crop of Euianucl Fogle,
under warranf on letii to T. R. Mulono,
agent E. A. Nix.. ,,0 ,?-.
. J. IT. LIVINGST?N,
Sfifi'i'ttr Orangehurg County. lr?"
? CONTINUKU ON gQUUTlI PAQBtti/l . i;
SALES UNDER MORTGAGES,
i HY VIR PUE of n mortgage eie&utcd '
by Ohas Fuuchess and Andrew' Govnu
to .1 C I'ike._JJ vvjj 1 sdl at Orangehurg
Court House, on ihe Ihir.d day of Deceto
iiC-r iic.m, oii* ua'aii. oiic buy niitm miiiieu
"Fannie;" ony slmft .Wagou. li
AhSO,
By virtue of a mo rr gage executed by '
W J Wliuluy to U F Slater. I Will sell aa
above, one sorrel mare Mule
AT.SO,
By virtue of a mortgage executed by ?
Tsiiau Deny to R F Slater, I will sell (as
above, due brown Dorse.
Anso ? . rj ?! o.
By viiturc of a mortgage executed by, .
John Johnson (o J IK" (icq D Sellers, 1 will
sell at the plantation of Gco D Sellers, on
the?lli day of December nest,-for Cosh, one
one Mule, one Caw. one sow and nine Pigs.
J 11. LIVINGSTON, Agentf
GIN GEARING"
SIIAFCING AND BOLTS?.
THAN EVER BEFOKE ,.,
at Tin:
FOREST CITY FOUNDRY
an1>
MACHINE WORKS,
;gj:o. k. Lombard & co.,
augusta, oa.
ENGINES,
COTTON SCREWS,
MILL CrEARINO,
And Machinery off Kinds Made and |Re*
paired. ' - In. nil
. oct -11 1250 52
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For all tho purposes of a Familf Fhyal?,
and for currn? Costivonoss, Jaundloo,
Indigestion, Foul Etonmah, Mtjpt ,
Headache, Erysipelas, Ehoumnttim,
Eruptions and Skin. Diseases, Bil
iousness, Dropsy, Tumors,Worms,
JNepralfria, as U Dmnu' Fill,/
for Furifyina tho Flood,
Are the most of
J ?tAs^^c fective and conge
nial purgative ever
discovered. They
arc mild, but et
fectual in their
operation, moving
the bowels surely
and without pain.
Although gentle.
in their operation,
^ they are still the'
1 most thorough and}
searching cathar-v
tic medicine that can be employed: cleans-,
irtg tho stomach and bowols. and cveatha.
blood. In small doses of ono pill a day.
they stimulate the digesilvo organs and)
promote vigorous health.
Ay Kit's Pji.i.9 have been known, foe
more than a quarter of a century, and have,
obtained a world-wido reputation for their
virtues! They correct discasod action h\
the several 'ossimilativo organs of tha
body, and aro so "composed that obstruct
lions within their range can raster wUh>
stand or evade them. Not only do thejc
cure the evcry-duy coinplnicjts of every*
body', but also* formidable aad dangerous
diseases that have bailled the best of
human skill. While they produce ptnw
ful effects, they are, at tho same time, the
safest and best physic for children. By
their aperient action thev gripo much less
than the common pmguttves, and never
give pain when the bowols are not inflamed.
They reach the vital fountains of the blood,
and strengthen the svstem by freeing it
'from the elements of weakness.
? Adapted to all ages and conditions in
all climates, containing neither calomel
nor any deleterious drug, theFC PUhl may
be taken with safety by anybody. Their
sugar-coat in<? preserves them ever fresh,
and -.nukes them pleasant to take; while
being purely vegetable, no harm can arise
from their use in any quantity.
Dr. J. C. AVER & C?.j Lowell, Ma?*.t
Practical mot Analytical t'le-mist*.
SOU) BY ALL, DUUUUISTS EV i. K Y YVIIEBK.
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