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WEDNESDAY, DFC 25.
A. Ai SILBERT.EDITOR
flt?* The Sumter Watchman
has the Largest Circulation
(especially in the Surrounding
Country) of any paper in Sumter,
and teas Established in April,
?ERBT CHRISTMAS AMD A HA PP Y
SEW YtAB !
This ve seed greeting to al! our pa
frons and friends, while making many
acknowledgments for courtesies, indul?
gencias and steady support during the
passage of another year. May bright
faces, harpy smiles and good cheer
crown every fire side. Life's joys and
pleasures atc few aod fleeting. With
hearts uplifted in gratitude to the Great
Giver of ali good, let us partake of
them, innocently but freely, as they pass
THE TAX LEVY-QUICK WOK IC.
The Tax Bill finally passed the Legis
lature on Friday last, and the order to
collect was sent to the County Treasurers
the next day.
It levies a tax of fifteen mills, to wit :
Five mills for current expenses, two
mills for public schools, five mil's for
"deficiencits," and three mills for county
On its passage, a bard fight was made
to tack on to it two mills more for "de?
ficiencies,'' which W&S defeated only by
. strong rs'!y of the conservative ele?
ments ot the body.
The notice of the County Treasurer,
printed OD another column, informs the
Tax Payers that his office will De
opened for collections on the first day
of January, and tbst the penalty wilt be
added after the fifteenth of the month.
This is quick work. We doubt if the
Treasurer, without much clerical aid,
could receive and receipt for all the
taxes of the couuty within that limit of
CURE FOR MSiCVOrjSNESs.
A correspondent of the Practical
Farmer says ; *'I hare known many
men, aod women too, who, from various
causes, had become so much affected
with nervousness that when they
stretched; their hands they shook
like aspen leaves 0:1 windy day?? ; and
by a daily moderate use cf thc blanched
foot stalks of the celery leaves as a
salad, they became as streng and steady
in limbs as other people. I have known
others so very norri.us that the least
annoyance put them in u state of agita
t?o , who were ia a'mcst constant per
plexify snd fear, tod wi 0 wrre effect 0
? 1 ly cured by a daily moderate o?e of
blanchfd celery as a salad at mea! tin e.
I have kuown others cured by using
celery for palpitation of thc heart."
tSF Uer ry S-anloy has delivered Iiis
first Ijgjare in New Wuk. It wa?
merell ttprclimiuary and introductory
discours and ?.-ere a bold and vivid;
description of the charactetistio fea- j
tures cf tho whole region traversed-j
its jungle?, lake chaine and mountain j
plain?. Kr. S'anVy testified to the
general Ene form <?f the men of t! e
African tribes, ?nd ?o:<;'] i.i.s beii?-r tn
be that of Or. Livingstone- that "how?
ever dmk the present of equatorial Af?
rica m'^h; look, the tju.r; is com i nj,
when Christianity and civilization wi'!
spread their benefits over i's inhabi?
tants.'-' Upon the whole. Mr. Stanley's
idea of ?he land thu* it is capable
?0 good bands of speedy improvement.
Though the land hewm the coast and
tho interior is bwampy and often inun?
dated by heavy rains, jet when the Uko
ro^i'm is approached and the table
lands ;ii it forai and surround it, there
is a mat ke l change thar restores health
8nd vitality to tho exhausted frame, and
renders i: healthful ::tid inhabitable
for Europeans. The people, a'so, ar?.
a ?ser rae: than the natives of the low
- -. ??>?>. .
8?3u >> -?lot in gtti'i:deocc, recently,
?pnn tbf >eSMOu ef tbe South Carolina
Ceofcrcnet, at Anderson 0 H., it wa>
our good fortnne to enjoy the hospitali?
ties and genial companionship ot* our
friend, J. A Hoy t, E?q. < di tor t-f the
JnteUigencr, of that p'acc. one sjf the
most valuable of our np country ex?
I/EWARE !-The p.idic.in general ?re
cautiuned to lock cut for the apurions]
Stuff put np in imitation nf and u.? Mib*
Suture* for ^imicocs Liver Regulator
3?oy only from respectable druggist, ead
see that it is put np in square paekagt?,
and has the si?; rat ure f>f A. Q Siaeuious
and T. Il Ze?n ? "*a, on its tide} t?
others fraud- npaw the pahli?
- When yo?! can't think of what
your wifp ch?ige(i yon hi bring home,
get hair pin?. Th"y are aiway.s handy
in ihr h< u e.
??5%. 'J his hf the tribute nf ? Louisville
expre?jrat: to his defuses l>nr.?e :
Dvrc V'tr ']"* 1 otu* ?if ?",' I bsa
T? ?rae se &r-vgh lita sed ?utj,
be g?t to ktilitf rt;j oi><i
/ic fua-.j ?v-ii e\:a r?i*eerT
IL order to allow the Watchman
force aa opportunity to enjoy something
of Christmas, ocr readers are presented,
this <*eeL-, with ? half sheet. Any ad?
vertisements which may be omitted
therefrom will receive additional iuser
tion in Ii. u thereof.
l?g* The Monumental Fair, now in
progress at the Town Hall, ia worthy,]
and should meet, the most liberal pa
tronage. We have no space in which
to "write it op/'' and we trust it does uo:
t&- Reports of the electioosin Salem, j
Claremont and Sumter Lodges of Ma?
sons will appear in our next.
fjfjs. Tho share-ho?ders to the right
of A. F. Robert's Sub Soil Pulverizing j
Attachment, we are requested to say
will ruf-et at the Clothing Store of Mr. J
D J. Winn, on Saturday next, 2Stl
inst., at 2 o'clock, on busiucss therewith
con tu eted.
J*?y* We have been requested to
anoounc? that Mis* Jennie Patterson, of
Mississippi, whose readings have elicited
wann encomiums elsewhere, will favor
oar <Viflmu:)iry with one of her intel?
lectual entertainments during the com
Bgi, T*ou't i'urget that a variety of
Christmas presents, for children, and
?rown up people too, mny be found af
the Sumter Look Store.
We are much indebted to Hon
T. J Robertson, U. S. Senator, for J he
Daily Globe, regularly mailed to our
address. It contains, each day. a report
in full of all that is said aud dune on
the floor of both houses of Congress.
- Tim?is au heib that cutes ail
PUBLISHING 'SUE ACTS.
The following report from thc Clerk ?
! of the House and S?n;a*e was read :
To the Honorable the Senate ami Jluusz
GENTLEMEN: I? reply to the reso?
lution of vour honorable codie?, calling
for information relativo to ail contract''
existing between the (Herks of the
House at;d Senate and thc different
j newspapers of the State, we beg leave
lo submit the Wowing :
1. T' ; number of newspapers with
which contracts fur thc publication of
the l.ws w::s made is thirty-nine.
! 2. Tbe average price agreed to be
paid is ten cents per linc. ?
? 3. Thc Clerks did not require a
statement of the circulation of
j each newspaper, as .?'ich infor
: mat ion was considered hy the pro
! rrictors of the newspapers to te strictly ;
j private aud confidential, and only o?a?l??,
j known by its voluntary publication.
4 The entire coat for the publication i
I of the lows of each scssiou has been!
I In addition we beg leave to state that;
j in making ?he contracts, ike ('lt?ks!
have been governed by the expressed]
wishes and judgment of th? Senators;
and Representatives of 'he County inj
which auch papers were published.
Many of the papers heve not been paid
since i ?i e passa ce of the Acf, and the
outstanding claims ir>r this servite per j
form fd. it is estimated, amounts to
ab' ut S75 ij',0. * i
A 0 JUNKS
I t?il I Ll'. .MA KEE I, l?El K.v.Ur.}; \i?2
^Vf e rrj" rt ISO Bales fur tho reek etdirig SR:
ordnjf Salt in?t.
Low M.iMinV.Js?t^ CO
Good Ordinary. 17}@?0
Ordinary. 16 (aco:
BACON-C. K Sides, I3j^Mc; Sbldw lOj&Jl
LA KU -14(OJ1?
KLOVK-i-er bbl $S.O0(?,$l?.O?.
(SP?!AK-P. R- ?2J ; C. 13; B. A, IS;j
; COi:N-$l.l-J(5ifI 15
j GOSHEN Bt t l ER-40-5)50.
KAOUINC-Yari*>ua Brande. 20@ 25.
I TIES- lyj^uli.
! LIVERPOOL.-C*TTOK. 10J1
SEW YOKE.-CcTTOX. 2P0. Cold. 114.
j BALTIMORE -(-'OTTOK.
OSice County Commissioners.
Till? needed P?rs:r? r-n tho ErU-*? arm**
B?sek River.n? Dr. K. M. t?res-'a Mill, ?ill t-o
let r,a| to ibo !"t*e#t bidder <>a thc 27th January,
Tho Cotnntia* tener* will mrct the panic* de
?irii'j t<> <-< ntnri :?r llie work at 12 o'c ock. M.,
of ttajat day. end will frroiih ipeeifiratious for
the nroy.-a.-v work.
J. B. JOHNSTON,
Chairman of Couuty Cou. Somier Co.
fTlUE Uudurvigned hercbv eire r >ti.,?, ?bat I
i tbey are the itu iv qiuKaVd Baec<i cora ef tbe
L?calo of A mt i ir? bur.?, ileoeaaed
All peryoiis having elvinia a?xnat ? ii i e?t..!. ,
will preavnt theta duly HOe?tvd.*oud ch?x* io j
dehto < to tbe enlate ?ill picare bake pajmei-t to
R. E. PENNIS,
ll EN BY BENJAMIN,
Dee 25-3- Baeenfora
TAXES ! TAXIS ! !
Sc Jarra COUNTY j
i rpIIK TAX PAYEB8 O? SUMTER. COUNTY
I X. "re hereby h o riied that ?oj oflire will be
i open on the firrt day of Jesraarr, 1873. f?r tbe
I pernote <>f revivi?* Ta ?ea fer tba year 1872.
Aa ?t prcMct preeeT?bed by law, iba penalty
! of twenty per ees I? * iii be added for all Taxen
.epaidafter the loth day of Jaenary. Mer
I ebants and :>>\ ?''??TA who ?re /rqoi'td topaV
Ltectt**, are b?rat>y notified Ibuat cn i he flr?t day
of January <vill l>e dee the !??. Quarterly pay
meru oi:d?r fh? Linen*?art. Ai requ;ed by Law.
norning but CurrtDey, ''.'id or Miter Coin,'
ia receivable in |?ay?aent f..r Taxea.
W. H. OAKDNER, Jr.
P. S.-No other 'perron is authorized te ra
eei^e .?? rtetipt bai Taxea.
P?-e 25._& _it^
fpo Cooroy Offlaera, tewyiri", ?cd Trial Ju? '
1 -irr? , Poll Sopelr'of Uw^eM^oatiee*
Binnia alway- ra bait **d vi%t-'*rdeTe to
'4} Meerinx ?t., CpY?V:tv
BT E. C. GREEN. Jr.
On Salesday in January, 1873.
AT ll O'CLOCK, A. Itt. '
2 Buggies, with Harness,
2 Four Horse Wagons,
2 Two Hoi-se Wagons,
2 One Horse Wagons,
Planting utensils, Ploughs,
One Bocka way with double
D' c 25 _
POSITIVE SALE OF LMDS,
AT A?CTI03, ty E. C. Green, Jr.,
Sales Day I a January 1873.
- 1 O'Clock, P. M.
WILL t.r (?old without reserve, the following
lit. One Farm ol Ffty acres, on or near the
Bislmpviilo and ('aulden Road, near Dr.
Stockey's, Mr. Fraser's ,and joining lands of 13.
2nd. Thu? Small Farm of ahout Thirty Acres
near Stateburc. adj? i:nng lands of L. M. Spann
and W?IliaJJ Elliaon.
3rd. Eighty Kigl t Acres ot well improrod
Land, recently belonging to Mrs. Marry Rirh.
ardson,-ficoated near Manchester, Sutater
purchasers to pay for Paner and stamps.
MOISE A LKE,
At t'y s at Law.
1")Y virtue of nn order from the Judge of Pro
*> baie <>l Sumter County, we will sell ai auc?
tion. OT cash, on Saturday, tb? *IRib nay of
J.n.uary next, at th 3 plantation of Mr?. A. E.
Dennis, near Bi>hoj.ville, in sai l County, thc
following named property of estate of America
Denni*, d' 'used :
6 Cows and Calves,
35 Bushels Corn.
100 Bushels Cotton Seed,
250 pounds Fodder,
Plows and Traces,
16 Bushels Peas,
1 Saddle and Bridle,
j 1 Watch,
Deed interest in one Buggy
; and Harness.
! It. E. DENNIS.
HEN KY BENJAMIN,
j Dec 20-31 Executors.
BY v:itnc of an or lor from the Judge of Pro?
bate wf Sumter Ceonty, I will Pell Ht *UC
tion, fur ca.-!i, on Fi ?day. the 20t!i day of
December, at thc l*!e residence ofDaniel H'el
don. Deceased, the following named property,
1 I: orso,
] Wagon and Tarf,
|Jnn*eho!i] & Kitchen Farnitnre,
80 Unshed Moitun Seed,
1 Grin i .Siune,
ED. II. HOLMAN, Adm'r.
BY Tirtne of ni oid.-r fr.im the Judge of
Prob it? of Sur.i'rr r.nnty, I will sell nt
I uoiion, for c*sh. on Stnrd.iy, the 2Sfii day of
I December, insr. at tlw ?ate residence of W. C,
j Lockey di-cvused, tho following named property,
to ?it :
j 1 Mule,
j 5 Cows,
! H Hogs,
j 100 Bushels Corn,
; COO lbs. Pedder,
2 Plantation Waggons,
Household and Kitchen
Dissolution of Partnership.
TfTE Copartnership r-nftofnre exis'i?g tinder
tie hatae of HAUSER A SC AFFE was
dissolved Drcrmbrr 1. 1872. by mutual consent
Ali ticrrun? ?i.?l- l,t.- I io raid firm will make
parmontio A. II A I'S I lt. who, alon*, ixautbor
izi-dto u?re'elOeOMEt. A. HAUSER.
The Tin and Store Business will, unfij farther
n. iiee. br conducted by H AUSFR A SON, at
the old stand. HAUSER k SON,
Dissolution of Copartnership.
The firm of Nash A Dulin was this day di
folvcd by miiiual r <n?et.t.
All parlous ?n ie- teil sritl pieaso eal! and make
pay mint t-t B K Nash, wt.o i* authorised to
5ettle ail eui JJ? dwo te ..nd held against said
estate. B R. NASH.
P. N. DULIN.
Tbe bolineas will, ie fm cr?, be eooduoted by
me. at tho tame place, trhere 1 ?ill continue to
k??p on band a choir? sock nf Tabarea*, Segar?.
Whir kies, Brandies, Wines, dre., and to which I
cg to wall tb? attention of the publie.
B. R. NASH.
THE UNDERSIGNED,-?spertfaH.T gires PC
tiee tn the public, and especially to bis friends,
ic Sumter County, that, 'ie wilt opea on Monday,
December 2nd, at the Planter's Warehouse
A Genera! (oracission Cosiness,
Be will sell all kinds of Prc duos and Pro
vi.-i >ns. or^ther articles at pr?vele tale or Auc
? ion, on commission.
A regular Auction Sa e will be held on every
Ssledoy, ia tbe front of tba store.
AU'goods, of every description, including
Cotton, bought on Comte issi jn. .
Orders will be exeeutsd ia eey Market ie tbe i
United States, for any Good* wanted, for a small j
eberge. flo*?? stored eilttsold wkbeet charge, ]
ead covered by taanraare.
miS C GEEEJ?, J?.
WHOM IT^AY CONCERN
THE UNDEW?8NBD respectfully, nrgen
and iejnphatfcolly requests those o' '.
friends and customers indebted to bim, to co
forward immediately and ?ettie np, aa moe
be must hare. Every one of yon know that i
tarma are cash, and no grumbling, although
happens that I rend tte good? when so roque
edv"to tboso of meaos and character, wjn?h -a
gentleman should, expecting immediate retar
Thia baa pet me into great embarrassment ;
mach so that it will be impossible for me to co
tinue operations, unless my friends come forwa
like gentlemen and rescue me from the imper
ing doom. For I have an oatlsy of Eighteen
Twenty Dollars on every suit of clothes befe
delivery. And where ia tba money to coi
from ? I bare to pay eaah for everything
netd. Many are under the impression tha<
am only an auxiliary to Mr. D. J. Winn-th
he foote the bill. Tb is ii a grand adata ke.
am entirely rep?rate from bia bosinesr aol aa
poor man besidea, with an expensive family a
social obligations, which tell heavily on t
pocket. Now come up like gentlemen, wbi
you are, and relieve my distress.
A. J. M ELD AU.
FIRE AND LIFE
CHAS. H. MOISE.
Representing Companies with an aggregs
FORTY MILLIONS OF DOLLAR:
Can be found at the office cf the Collector
Internal Reveno*, in tho Court House Squat
SUMTER, S. C.
Nov 13, 1872.
LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE ASEN
OLD AND WELL ESTABLISHED
Northern, Southern and Englis
Companies, represented wit
an aggregated Capital <
over - - - $40,000,00(
Agent for the STOXO PBOSTiTATE CO.
Agent for the CAROLINA FERTILIZER.
Acid Phosphate for Comp sting offered i
twelve months time.
I AM AGENT FOR T??E
Home Shuttle Sewing Machini
The Cheapest Reliable Machino made. Sat i
Manufactures' Agcotfor the salo of BUQGIE
and CAKHIGES at Factory pricci.
Illustrated price lists on hand.
ADVANCES MADE ON COTTON TO B
HELD UNTIL JUNE, If desired.
The patronage of the public respectfully sol
And will be sold
Low for Cask
A, A, SOLOMONS,
WHO nAS JUST RETURNED FROM NE1
YORK. WHERE HE HAS' PURCHASED HI
for.the Season, at reduced pri-es. and is nm
offering a Full Stock ot everything usually Le[
by him, at very L'.w Prices.
Dry Goods* of every De
Hardware, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Furs, Shawls,
WHEEL WHIG MTS
ir iii find a full assortment of Goods ia their lim
at moderate prices.
D?uble and Single Harness.
Harne** Leather, Saddles, Bridles,
Ricin g and .D?ving Keir.*-at differeri
prices and very low.
well supplied with Heavy Groeerias, also Pancj
Groceries, eonsistiug in part ot
Canned Fruits, Oysters, Lobsters, Salmon, Ham
Sardines. Clo? Fish, Tomatoes,
Condensed Milk, Pickles, Catsups, Jellies
Raisins, Ci trot. Currants, Miuce Meat,
Cooking Prunes, ?e.
Call in and examine ai
A. A. SOLOMONS,
Cor. Main and Liberty Ste.
J7 BL TINDALL,
I JUST RECEIVED A CONSIGNMENT OF
Smoked and D. S. C. R. SIDES,
Smoked and D. S. SHOULDERS.
To be sold at Lowest Market Rates.
I. M. Beer.
8. C. Breakfast Strips.
S. C. Hams.
MY STOCK OF
I Fancy Goods, &c.
Ia being easaataaUj repUaiahed.
? Highest Market price paid fha Geltet, or
Shipped and held aa long u desirae! making
Liberal Advances en same.
Pet _ tr
PLA?4!n).13TIMATBS fnrei.had oa ap
t^^wlth'ae^r^ *>^^^" <"LtmU?
?'? - ; ?..".vj ' - '. .
?F}Y virtoo Di sundry Executions to me duftet./
Jl ed will bs sold at $am;er Court JIoa?e, on
'lie first M.6nd?y'*v 4day follov lng" ro January
next, within legal L tra of sale, to thu higoest
bidder, for cash, the fo.ic ring property, situated
in Sumter County. Purchaser to pay for titles.
Ono Tract of 263 Acres of Land, more or less,
rn Sumter County, on,tb? High lillis of Sanlce,
adjoiuing lands j>f lately 'Mrs.. E- T. Murray,
Mi?? Martha Richardson, Thomas Richardson,
Catchall road a?? Camden road, levied upon as
the propertyJof Edward L. Mugray, at the suit of
'Sutherland & Lemon) F. J*. & M. Moses. J. R
. Kendrick and Bank State of South Carolina.
One tract of 159 acree of LSnd,Nmore or less,
in Sumter County, adjoining lands of Estate
"irniis Ramsey, M. G. Ramsey and W.O.'Cain,
leried upon a* the property of Richard B. Cain,
at the suit of Geo. W. Williams ? Co., rs Rich?
ard B. Cain.
One tract of 200 acres of Land, more or less, in
Sumter County, adjoining lands of J W Stackey,
John H Dixon. A FjCooSar and Cbarles Speacer,
near Bi?h?pville, levied upon a? the property of
Draper A Dixon, at the separate snits of Anna A
Beasley and Robert Beasley, W W McCutcben,
Wm F Bllayosworlb, Adui'r, and DMA Mirna
and others, vs Draper A Dixon.
One tract of 128 acres of Land, more or ?ess,
in Sumter County, adjoining lands of S D M
Lacoste, John Montgomery, A D McCoy ard S
N Lacoste, the rema in? er of estate io Fee, lifter
tho termination of Defendant'* Homestead,
levied opon as the property of Isham Clarke
under the execution . t Geo. \t Williams A Co.,
vs Lsbatn Clarke. ?
One tract of .000 ?cres of Land, more or less,
in Sumter County, adjoining lauds of R M Cain,
Peter .Meilett, Josiah Haynswortb and Mrs
Nancy Hodgn, levied upon as the property of
Richard B Cain, at Ibo suit of R L Livingston,
Adm/r, vs Richard B Cain.
One tract of 470 aeres of Lard, more or less,
in Sumter County, on waters ot ??ynche's Creek,
adjoining lands of J. B McMillan, Morgan Car?
ter and J. W. Sturgeon, and ono Cotton Gin,
I leried upon as the property of Estate of diehard
[ F. Hixon, at tbe suit of Evander Kirby, rs
Andrew M. Woods, adm'r of Richard F. Hixon.
One Lot of acres of Land, more or less,
in Mayesville, Sumter Connty, and houses there?
on, adjoining lands of Wilming?
ton, Columbia and Augnsta Rail Road, where
Defendant lives. Levied upon as the property of
Hiram Hollerman, at the suit of H. Brunoeid
A Brother, vs Geo. W. Malpbous and Hiram
One tract rf 409 aeres of Land, nirre or less,
in Sumter County, adjoining lands of R. R Coin,
Dr. J. II. Forman, Joseph li a rosey nnd Dr. F.
M. Beckham, called tho Hughson Place, levied
upon as the properly of Julia D. Rcddiag, at
the suit of Geo. W. Williams A Co.. vs Julia D.
Rcddir.g, to be resold at the risk of the former
One tract of 61 i aeres of Land, more or less,
in Sumter County, nour Pro vid-nee, adjoining
lands ?f Mrs Susan Watts, Joshua Myers and
Wm Sanders, levied upon as the property of
Fra klin J Moses, at tbo suit of Wm F B.
Haynswortb, Commissioner iu Equity, vs Frank?
lin J Muses.
Two Mtii'.-s, leried upon as the property of
Cunningham Boyle, under the execution of R.
Hoe A Co., vs. Cunningham Boyle.
1 Bay Horse, 1 Cow and Calf, 1 Spring
Wagon, 1 Biggy. 1 Sulky, 1 Double Buggy, 1
Lot Blacksmith's T .< Is, One half interest in the
Liquor Store in B'u-bopville, opposi.ato Spencer,
Scarborough A Co., levied upon as the property
of J. L. Cooper, under the Execution of A. J.
Piene vs. J. L. Cooper.
Two Mules and one Wagon, levied upon as the
property of Chandler & Shaw, under the execu?
tion of WaUb A Ca. vs. Joseph Chandler and
Ervin J Sbsw.
One Horse and One Wagon, lerird upen sa the
property of Stephen Rirhardson, onder the exi
ecution of James 5. Folk vs Stephen Richard,
J. M. TINDALL.
Sheriff Sumter County.
December 14, 1872.
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
Franklin J. Moses, Executor 1 Complaint
vs. > For Relief,
Mary C. Avinger and others. J Ac.
IN PURSUANCE OF A JUDGMENT OR?
DER of the said Court of Common Picas,
aod made ia the uuove tate, will bc soid by. or
under the direction of the subsci?ber. at pubHo
auction, at tho Court It .us*, in thc Town ot Sum?
ter, on tho Fir?? Monday of January next, (b*.
in.- Sales day), between the hours of ll iu the
forenoon nud 5 o'c ock in tho afternoon, the fol?
lowing described property.
One Tract of 42" Acres of Land, rao'e or loss,
of the Estate of Thomaa-s'- Bakor, deceased, en
"Rocky Bluff Swamp, iui V-tmier County, a* de?
scribed in thc Plat therein :ade and certified to
by James D. Mc II vaia, Zreputy Surveyor, 13th
and 14th November, 1S72.
Bouuded North by lands of J. J. Baker ard
estate of Dr. Dick, Sr., Ea<t by Und? of Mr
Wa ts and Ju ig? F. J. Mose?, South b; road to
Maye*viii-, and West byroad to Bishopville and
lands of J. J. Bak?r. Plat thereof may be seen
in Sheriff's office and may be sold in parcels of
?0 cr 1U? acre?.
One third cash. The remainder on a credit of
one mid two years, with interest I rom day of
?ate, payable annually, until tb? whole is paid.
Purchasers to give bond and mortgage of the
premises and to pay for papers-,
* J. M. TINDALL,
Sheriff Snmter County.
December ll, 1S72._
The Slate of Storth Carolina.
IN TUE CO??T OF COMMON
Eliza M. Colclough, 1
vs Bill for
James Henry Colclough, f Supplement
Musidora J. Colclough j aud Rcvivor.
and other?. . * J
IN PURSUANCE OF A JUDGMENT OR
DER ot the said Jourt of Common Pleas,
.mid made in the above case, will be sold by, or
under direction of the subscriber, at paoli- ?ac
tte?, at the Court House in the Town of Sa mter
on the first Monday of January next, (being
Sale? day), between the hours of ll in the fore?
noon and 5 o'clock in tb? afternoon, tbe follow
lug described property: '.
The following portions of lands of the ?etat? j
of John A. Colclough, tbat remalo unsold. Not
to l?e sold for less than the appraisement:
Lot No. 11, on the genera! plat of the estate of
John A. Colclough, appraised at Three Dollars
aud Fifty Cunts per acre, containing 363 acres :
The Caper's Tract-to be so'd in lots No, 1, 2
Lot No. 1 contains 417 acres.
Lot No. 3 contain? 442 Acres.
Lot No. 3 contains 636 Acres.
Each of tnese lou appraised at Four Dollars
TERMS OF SALE:
Coe third each aad the balance ea a credit of
one ead two year?, ia equ?l installments., with
interest from tbs dey of salo, payabio annually
until the whole is paid-tba deferred payments
to be secured by the hoad of the parehazcr ssd a
mortgage of the premise?-the purchaser paying
for ps uer?.
J. X. TINDALL*
Sheriff S antler County.
86 HEAD OF
HORSES ASH ??TTLES,
Suited lo Torfceritra?, Timberi
and Plantation Work.
Horses-both saddle and har?
ness-can be seen at the
Stables on Main Street
State of South Carolina.
IN TH?? COURT OF COMMON
Thomas B. Fraser, "j
rf ?Complaint for rore
Cbariea R. F.nBaker, | closure.
Mary Jacqueline Baker I
and others. * )
I' N PURSUANCE OF A JUDGMENT OR
DER of tba said Court of Common Pleas,
and made in the above case, will be sold by, of
ander the dlreettoa of the subscriber, at public
auction, at the Court House, io the Town of
Sumter, on the First Moaday of January, next,
(being Sales-day), between the boors of ll io
the forenoon and 5 o'clock io the afternoon, the
following.describid property :
The remaining part of the ' Plantation on
which Saml R Chandler, deceased, resided at
the time of his death, containing Fourteen Hon
dred and Eighty Seven acre* <*f land, more or
lesa, bounded North by a portion of the lands of
said estate, sold under s mortgage giveq by Geo
YT Lee and D A. Foxworth to John E Brown,
East by Scape Whore Swnmp, South by eatate of
J J Chandler and West by land of S J Hilt and
Henry Spann and others.
The tract of land ealled tbe Lee Tract, con?
taining One Hundred and Twenty Eight acres,
more or lesa, bounded North by Joa Chandler's
land. East by land of Henry Spann. South by
Public Road leading from Sumter to Nelson
Cn-ssing. West by A J Chandler's land.
One third casb'and the balance on a credit of
one year, tho purchaser giving bond bearing in?
terest from the day of sala, pajahle annually
until tbe whole be paid, and mortgage of tba
premises sold, and to pay for papers.
Pb ts will be exhibited on day of sale if neces?
J. M. TINDALL,
Sheriff Sumter County.
December; 14? 1872.'
The State of South Carolina,
IN TOE COURT OF COMMON
Geo. W. Williams A Co. ") Complaint
vs. > for
Richard B. Cain. J Foreclosure.
IN PURSUANCE OF A JUDGMENT OR
DER of the aaid Court of Common Pleas
I sud mado in tbe above case, will be sold by, or
under the direction of tbe subscriber, at public
auction, at tjfe Court House, in tbe Town of
Sumter, on th* First Monday of January next,
(being Sales day), between tbe boura of ll in
the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon, the
following described property :
One Tract of Land, in Sumter County, State of
South Carolina, situated r n the East side of
Cain's Mill pond, containing 400 acres, more or
lc*-!, hounded Nortb by l inds of Silas Mellett, on
the East by lands of Mrs. lindie, Sam). J Brad?
ford and John Nettles, and West by Cain's Mill
pond, and South by lands belonging to John
Purchasers to pay for Titles.
J. M. TINDALL.
Sheriff Sumter County.
December 14, 1872.
The State of South Carolina,
IN TUE COURT OF COMMON
P L EA S .
;vBonltrie R. Wilson, .?
?a ! Complaint for
Franklin J. M/>*es. Jr. | Foreclosure.
Emma R. Moses. J
?N PURSUANCE OF A JUDGMENT OR?
DER ol' the said Court of Common Pleas,
and made in the above case, will be sold by, or
under tbe direction of tbe sabscriber, at public
auction, at the Court Hou*e, in the Town of
>u inter, on the First Mor day of January next,
(being Stiles day), between the boursof ll in the
forenoon and 5 o'clock in tho afternoon, the fol?
lowing described property :
All that lot of Lind, with tbo residence and
buildings thereon, aitoated in the town ot tua
tcr, S*C, containing 5 48-100 acres, bounded
North by the public road leading from Sumter to
Stauhurg-. East by Church street, Suuib by
I liaynsworth Street, West by land ?ow or form?
erly of Benjamin Folsom und Wm Francis.
Ono half of the purchase money cash. Sha
romaioder on a credit of one year, with intaSfc
from day of sale, to bo socunid by hood ofjBfej
purcha-er and a mortgage of tbe premi*ojHK
'. to pay for necessary papers.
J. M. TINDALL,
STieriff Sumter Couuty.
December 14, 1S72._JSs*_
The State of South ^limt
SUMTER COUNIY. '
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
Wm. G. Keenedy, \
TS i Complaint fer Fore
F. J. Moses, Jr., and j elosave.
GuignarJ Richardson, j
IN PURSUANCE OF A JUDGMENT OR?
DER of the said Court of Common Pleas,
and made in tho aber? ease, will bo sold by, or
under the direction, of the subscriber, at public
auction, at tao Coafrt House, iu tbe Town of Sum?
ter, on the First Sfonday of January next, (be?
ing Sales-day), between tho hours of it in the
forenoon and 5 ?'clock in the afternoon, tb*
following described property ;
All that parcel or tract of Land, containing
2791 acres, by a resurvey of James D Mcllvain
Mtaatein Sumter County, on Mettirts and Beaver
Dam Creoks, Hoad Waters of Blaek River, form
erly tbe property of Henry Young, deceased, and
the late Mrs Holly Kennedy, bounded oo the
North by land of George ?nd John A McCatebeo,
on the North east by Themas J McCutobeo and
Ledsoo L Fraser, Sr., on the East and South?
east by land of estate Henry D Green, Sr.. on
the South and Soutb-wsst by land of estate of
Henry D Green. Sr., and Mrs A A McKain. and
West by Und of Mrs Poablaa aa 1 H E L Peeble*.
On* half Caab and tba balance on a credit of
one and two yean, with interest at 7 per coolum
per annum, payable annually, to he s*cor*d by
tbe Bond and Mortgage of tho purchaser, and to
pay tor papers.
J. M. TINDALL,
Sheriff Sum Sr County.
The State of South Carolina,
IN THE COURT OP COMMON
Gordon M. Bradley, V
ea > Complaint for Foreclosure -
Deni. E. Keels. J
?N PURSUANCE OF A JUDGMENT OR?
DER of tbe aaid Court of Co Timon Pleas,
ar.d made in tbe above ease, viii be sold, by or
under the direction of tho subscriber, at pattie
a action, at tb? Conn House, tn the Towaof Sam
tar, oa tb? Pint Moaday of January next, (be?
ing Salea day), between the boora of ll In the
forenoon and 5 o'clock ha tba afters ooo, the fol.
lowingdescribed property :
That Piece, Parcel or Tras i of Lend, situated,
belog ?od lyiog ta Sumter Coanty, South Caro
I Ita?, oa Mealing Hoes? Branch, waters uf Black
River, containing one hundred and tixty-oae
> and three fberth setae of lan?, bounded karta
by lands of T R Ba gi rob and R C McFftUSa,
Sooth eest by E C McFeddin'a Und, Harth west
hr lands of & M Mahirow and W Phnrden, sad
Seeth west by a ??reel ?f lg aerea af Said aold
off by D B Ko.h ta ft It Muidww, wt iah paree! ,
of Itt aero of Und, fa nsare? fros tbisaele,
Ona arnot af Und ia Soutar Cow?ty, coetalnUg
18} acres, bounded North hy th? Lowry toad, '
8onthby tbennbUe road testai** fron ?oW
.titU ta Snorts*, sad aMwtby.Jaaae.ef ll A Mil
drow, being .th? tract or UirWasaveyad &? the
TJA JnU.,\SU to DaaL S KeeU hy it M Mad.
2_ . TERMS: * ?j - j
On? half cash, hnkaoaoa a eradit ?sstJaWK
ntolajtgtet frotaos oUyef^jt tbs ??j*?
," _' " ?/ Sheriff 8an*ler Hdofaa^. ]J
"-s^??^???fQ?B4??av l^j e^?????j
S !*# ?X?i?iS "r
"Will be sold as follows:
$48 per Ton <tf 2,000 lbs,
$53 per Ton of 2,000 |&
Payable Nov. 1, 1873.
Free of Interest Freight* ?.nd Drayage to be added.
AND ITS ?TANDARD IS
?. NO, X.
Call on Agents for Almanacs and Cirtificates.
GEO' W. WILIJAMS & CO,,
Charleston, S. 0.
R. P. MAYES, Agent at Mayesville, S. C.
TUE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW PREPARED TO FILL ALL ORDERS FOR THIS Cl
FEBTILIZEE AND ACE) PIOSFHATE.
Cali and see me at PLANTERS' WAREHOUSE, MAIN
E LISHA CASS0S, Ageit.
WANDO FERTILIZER, at the following Prices:
CASIT, Fifty-Five Dollars ($55), per Ton of 2,000 poi
TIMK, Sixty Dollars ($00), per Ton of 2,000 pounds.
Without interest to 1st Nov. 1873, adding freight and draji
CASH, Thirty Dollars ($30), per Ton of 2,000 pounds.
TIME, Thirty-five Dollars ($3c) per Ton of 2,000 pom.
adding Freight und Drayage.
Oar FERTILIZER it of? rery High Grade, and ra are Determinad to Keep it to itiSu
aid ifpouible to improve it. Therefore wa ara eoariMtlod to raise the price.
NOT 20-3 m
WM. C. DUKES & COt
Or io Rent)
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