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The Oi*aTigcl>ui7r Times
A good many star-gazers sat up
last Thursday night to see the stars
fall?but they didn't.
A Neat Siru
Has been put up at Sorentrue'a
store, the painting bciugdoue by Mr.
C. A. Ransdale,
TV. II. Ilemiou
Has just been appointed by the
Governor a Trial Justice for Orange
We regret to learn of tho illness
from pneumonia of our young friend
VV. II. Glover of Limestone We
hope he will soon be out again*
Mr. XV. J. Hoy kin?
Of Ornugebuig, was robbed at the
?State Fair grounds last week, of SI7.
The money was recovered and the
Ilorsen and Muleit<?
Messrs. Duke?, iSain and .Slater
have each got in this week a fresh
supply of these useful animals. Call
around anil examine lor yourselves.
Dr. Wannnmaker, Mr. V. G. ( tin
riou and Dr. Dukes, have just reeeiv
od a large assortment- of liu-J cuttery.
Go and examine their..stock.
Onr S3 inimthioM?
Are with our brother McJuuken ol
th??.Columbia..yepiuuu, who has ju>'.
been bereaved t)f both parents in'
Changed on Tuesday from warm
and unseasonable to rain and cold.
The rain will be acceptable to a'.l o .
account of tue? dry. stale of many of
the wells. # Q Wt ith ?I?
A Strange Sight -
On our rambles in the country on
Saturday we^cauie across a jessamine"
in full bloom on the .joad-rsido, a
strange sig Iit. certainly for .Novem
Jllr I>eC bit iette
Ilas just received a large stovk ol
uilver and plated la le au I tea
spoons and forks; also jewelry and
watches, just the thing-- :or Christ
mas presents. Call and examine.
Itnil Storni Fares ?
We ttie glad to see that the Pal
metto Ycoman,uui' sprightly cotem
posary al the Capital, agrees with
what?.ve said on this subject, and
unites with us iu striking lot lower
1J. Frank fJater, Fsq., will have a
superb lot of horses in Urangebuiv
on the 29th. Look out for them as
Mr. S:ater is a capital judge id'horse
flesh and knows exactly what our lar
mera want, lfead bin advertisement
iai another column.
Wc are sorry to hear that our
young friend \V. 11. Dukes, a son of
Mr. J. W.II. Duke? got I.in lingers
badly cut iu his lathers gin last week.
Also, that Mr. W. M. Sain had a fin
ger OU the left hand badly bitten by a
mule. '1 he exact extent <d' these in
juries \\e have not learned.
- mum - ? mmi
See \V. F. Kubiloop's new adver
tisement to-day. lit; in just opening
as line a set of jewelry us was ever
?opened in O range burg, ami his prices
suitiiii. If you went''to please your
cell and make a Christmas present to
a Irieiid look at bis lio?h stock, tail,
also and see tho wonder of tho age,
his revolving show ease.
Terrible Accident-- .
In the burning i/f Ml'. Ashley's
Mill and Gin near Kileiitoii two
white boys end a negro m in were
caught iu the lint room nt.J press
anil severely burned. Cue of the
hoys Jesse Owens died in an hour
after the rootle, and the recovery of
the others, is*considered doubtful,
I*rc8bjIerian !?'estival- -
The preliminary meeting of the
Committee of ladies of this-, byttival
which is to tilko ' place during tho
Christmas Hoi Mays was held hi Mr.
N. A. Bull's on Tuesday. The at ten
dance wds very encouraging and all
the denominations participated. We
arc glad to see. tlii.s spirit manifeded,
and wc feel safe in predicting, from
what we can gather, that the affair
will be a very uuceesslul one. The
object, the erection of a parsonage
for tho Church,is o.e worthy of our
best efforts, and should inspire a lau
15K3'l><inu Cement ?
Is the name of a capital prepara
tion made by Kirk Robinson, Ksq.,
for mending bioken chiun, crockery
&C. A 25 cent bottle of it will keep
things in order for a year. We have
seen some of the work and know of
what we speak. Try it.
Mayor's Court ?
On Monday was occupied in the
examination of parties reported for
selling spirits on Sunday. A severe
reprimand was given by the Mayor,
and arrangements will be made to
have detectives on the tjiti vt've in the
future, and all violators of the ordi
nance will be deprived of their licen
. .- . w~ ? mm - ?
The Members of Zinn Democratic
(Tub are hereby requested to as
semble at Zion Church on I'hur dav
morning 4tli of December next, at
11 o'clock, us husine-s of importance
will be brought to their notice.
Donau? R. Hau'JON, Presiden ?
L. J. I'/.I.a Sce'try
Nov. 20th 187?.
II is said was pcriuilte I to a n
shameful extent nt the State Fail
'list week, ami wc :ue glad lose.' ilia!
the press is eondemi ing it in round
terms. Its iidiueii'-e upon ihe rising
generation is extremely injurious,
ami the doliar> and cents game I i?
the Fail can neveii repay for the
datiia<*e done. Tie authorities were
certainly eulpnbl o.
.1 ft ^solution -:
Kvturnirig" lltti'.iks to l!i>- la'.ios
?who s-o kindly assisted in th" lie
ireshment Ibmms.at the Agriculture I
hair, and to Mis. 10 S I rubble ami
Mia. j. 1,. 11 chit man lot making the
flag, was passed at a meeting ol the
Dneet. is nl the Association tins Week.
.i';ti\ios t? whom premiums Were
awarded, and who have noi yel re
reived them me requested to mil on
Sjeretnry Hcidimai) at I/.iar & Dib
h.C a ?dljee.
Con it t j' fi-ionn<aeM -
We leain that the report <d ihe
County Comitiit>siouers soon tu be
published will show a bank indvh
tcdtiesa of$l<S,l07, ami the whcie
wi'hal to pay it now in the ti eu.su ry
only amounts to 8) cents On the dol
lars. The deficiency lor the cur
icut expenses for the fiscal year ii
We thus see w hat a legacy the
Radien s have left us, ami yet they
hope to gull the voters into putting
tin in into < lliec again.
A Nnon' .Storni
Commenced here about 12 ..'clock
on Wednesday, and before an hour
passed everything was covered with
th? hoary mantle, which reminded
us of the pictures of Northern siiou
Heenes which is general y ;iie nearest
approach w? Souilu rners have m t >e
reality. Ina sdtorl time snow balling
heeamt- general on ottr Btreels, und
little boys, big boys, and old hoy-,
nil engaged iu .he rare and exciting
pastime. We have no doubt tits
whole bcene awakens i:i the minds ol
our juveniles the meet vivid und
happy iinticipuiini s ot Santa Claus
and merry Christinas .-?? nearly upon
Wiii be received at ?-Su*. post Olli
Department until January l ???>?)
l?-r con tracts fur carrying the in ails
a.- U.I iov. s:
1st. r'rnni Lewisville, by Ninny
I 'la ins, Colli re Hid, Pine i la i i .hi i
Hull Swainp to I leaver I'ond. iw ce
a w. fek.
2nd. From Ornngoburc. to Knolts'
M111. once a week.
ol d. Friiin (ii an ;. ".?.i g, by Mo
(sinisville nlid F-dilerviMc to Vance
Ferry vthree" times a week. We are
informell by our Postmaster loa;
there has been an increase iu the
number ol mad routes and faeili i is
? my ? mmmm
Sin e Fair?
Wettere" highly gratified on our
visit, to the Fair lust week und desire
to express our obligations to the clli
cient Irupi liidciideut, Mr. Tims. W.
Ilolloway fur courtesies cxiond ? I
Wo were struck with the ne tuess ol
the tin prove men Is on the, grounds un
der his superintendence. The pens for
the slock were neat and comfortable.
The flock is Miid In be ihe fincftl ever
exhibited. The field crops were large
aid lull and the oilier departments
weie by no means behind. Ornngo
burg look the largest premium on
?lute, which was awarded to II.
Among our old friends we wore
happy to meet. Mr. Richard Jones,
tin popular City Clerk who seems to
be in the fiuest health and sprite.
X During Itcbucr?
Entered the residence of Mrs. D.
E. Glover on Tuesday night and
cc on milted cimidernble depredations
on the waid robe of Dr. Muck en fuss,
an inmate of the bouse, carrying off
several, pair of pants and some valua
ble jewelry belonging to hi in. Ho
also rifled tlio pockets of Master El
liott 1?lover, robbing him of his loose
change. The rogue deliberately car
ried the clothing into the parlor
where he could leisurely examine
papers aud take what was v ilu ible ,
The first Ultimatum I't if. w u ii i I of
what was done, was the next morn
ing uiieu young Glover got up and
could not lind his clothes whore ho
left them. We hope the chap may
be Caught und made an example of
The Annual meeting of t his So
ciety toot, place til the Fair Building
on Saturday. The Scretary ami
'iieaMii'ir, Mr. Kirk Uobiiisoii, pre
tented bis annual report, which gave
a viiy encouraging account iif'iho
f 1-j.r.s- of :lu Society for the pa-t
\?-ar ;;i'<l oi its present status. Wo
m i - with pleasure the kindly notice
taken of the t'ouniy papers in tlihj
rcj.ori. anil assure the Society that
the I IM If: can a i Ways be counted on
iii advancing the interest Of the
ngi culiurtt! comiuunity. Alter the
leading <u the report the Society
v, tin inio an election for officers to
is* I've im the ensuing yea)-, which ru
st.lied follows :
l'n -iu. nt - Dr. W. F. Barton.
Ist V. F. ?C apt. .1. L. Moorer.
2nd V. P.- Dr. . C. 11..I.nan.
3rd V. I' A. J.Salley, Jr.
.vic'iry aud Trcas;?Kirk Lobiu
Execul ive Com mil lee?Jas. Stok?*8,
W. P. Dudley, II ttif.gs, L. 11.
liii-k? itli ..ml Kev. E Uooke.
'1 he Preside nt guve theresu'l oi* the
expel intents ol Dr. Tfim i).1 \ M it b .-alt
und dis.-oived bone, which, together
with ?.\ j?iiu t nts I y other ijhombei^,
prove it to he an excellent manure.
< apt. E. J. Fehler presented rorfb
llltious on the death oi' Hon. W. M.
.. u;.-?o, a member of yporiooiei \v
v, h:cli we hope to publish in >ur lluxt.
Experiments with the Jute culture
by Dr. d (.'. Holmim umJJL Lliggs
indicate ihr. I the cost of 'production is
loo great for it to he profitable.
'i be n.< i its ol the ? lenient Attach
ii? nt bo- ginning anil spinning cotton
v.eie I rought lo the attention of'the
Society by ti e President, and, after
favoinblc discussion, ihe following
l en mil tec was appointed (oempiire
into the prnctic ibility of its intro
d tot ion into Oiungeburg, ami report
at the next meeting :
I >r. W F. Harum, II. Kiggs and
W. P Hudley.
(Sunday School l*ic-.\ic?
It wa-oil' pleasure on last Satur
day tbloilg'i the courtesy of our
inend M> 1>. Williamson, to be
conveyed by one of the besl tinvei
inti nags in the county to Two Mile
SviUllip ; lunch about 1 J mile-, iu the
Fork, where we spent a most delight
ful ma among the hospitable people
oi ibiit c?mmunitv. Ihe uecu-dou
v a- .-i Sunday iS? hnol pic nie. an ! at
least, seven hundred *>r a thousand
people, including young aud old, wer :
Tw< Mile Swamp' hurch i- under
ihe l sihtorate ol liev. v . F Chop in
ami i:.-- Sin, lay School under the on
pcriulcudeucc >t Mr. Henry l-thoutltu.
? I he s hool from what we can leaiu
?? one of the most lbmrishing in t he
county, numbering at this iimo
I upiis in ri gnlar attendum o.
The heio'iboiin? schools were io
\ii<d to j til licipa e, an i al 11 o'clock
the big :iul interesting proc?i-u
< t < biblien, dceorateil will] their dif
ierent (adored ha Ig -s, matvdi ? ? 1 and
counter marched under the inspiring
strains of the sweetest music, nidi
then filed into tho ?Sur di t< eigii>e
iu ihe pleasant exercis^i w ihdi wetc
appointed by (bo enmmittjo. The
hit Utter whioh fi<uil.*i?i nt iht* -uead-of
the juvenile c dtimu was b >rne l?y
vene.rab'e Mr S.tndlbid, a.f"undi:r nf
the cbtircli and a veteran in in ; dim- |
Lian < itti-c, and h i I ;:) .erio !<l Up vi t
the ttppropriute mottoes: "S illoi? l?t?
lie children to come uutu mo, nod
forbid them not," and, "Feed inv
The exercises were op-n-d w;ih
prayer by Lev. J. S. Naydi u, iiftoi
which a number of the '.'iii. and
boys belonging t*i Ihe school re
cited pieces, doing credit in ihcui
selves and showing the intercs: of ilie
teachers in their improvement
Short addre-ses were then ile iv li
ed loth*' children by Ilevs. Graves,
llnydcti ami Joiner, an 1 the two
Me.-srs. Smonk and oursclf, which
we hope may be produdtivo *of good.
Between the speeches tho nifitrdo ?
light fill music was disposed under
the leadership of Mr. W. Foglo.
After the speaking the procession
then moved out of the church to the
t nhlcs which were loaded with every
thing tho country could allbrd or tho
heart could wish. After dinner the
most touching ceremony of nil took
place when tho parting hand was
given and the parting words were
spoken by the pastor, which consign
ed the school to winter quarters until
the Spring when a'l will meet again.
Two much praise cannot be given |
to tin; teachers of this school for their
x.eal in the cause of chris'aiu educa- 1
tion, among whom we cannot (ail to
mention the RhutliiH and th" .Sand- |
fords who manifest so much interest
in this noble work.
We spent a most pleasa t day,
meeting old friends und making new
niic-, and we shall long remember
the courtesy and hind attention
shown to us on this occasion by the
generous hearted an 1 hospitable poo
pie <d' the Kork.
W!io has not boon annoyed by
a C'OUgll ia Clin roh ?
l! may come from the remotest
corner in this rear, hut its e !i>
tickles the throiii in front, creeps
do vii the ai-le and touc'ies lb ? nslr r-,
wringing a sympathetic explosion
Itc,111 every victim, lint Coussuus*
Honey ol Tar will cure cough*}, cobls
and all diseases of th.'. thro it and
lungs, bronchi i is, hoarseness and
sore throat. I'riee 50 eis For
sale bv Dr. .J. (!. Wunniiinaker.
!>:<! You ever Notice
How terrib'y a beauty of the
blonde type can di.-nppuiut one? A:
a iittle distance wc only se>; the shill
ing aureole of hair, au I 'he i n i; illa
tion, w ill its deft touch, is quick t >
complete the picture with ii complex -
ion as velvety h> the heart of a roso,
and as pure US snow. Hut on (dose
proximity, the picture Io cs it* bright
ness if we discover traces ol a dis
ordered liver, which can be corrc-t <1
by usiliii l'orta ii.e. or Tablers Vege
table Liver Powder Price ?d cts.
?-'old bv Dr. J. (i. U niiuamaker.
Corrected every week by Mi4mYm, I'.rj.?.
\ .S< OVII.L.
Friday, November 21, 1ST'.'.
l.nvv Nfidd iligpf]. pi} ..
i hdiuary.i:. '?'?( ;- 10J
. ?; S , fttOVlSlONd
New Corn .
1-'odder, per l?tlll?*....,.
Itoinzh itico..> I IU
TH?. Oi^NUii .12
DR. ?}. MeMNE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
ITH I1C countenance is p.ilc and lehden
J- colored, with occasional l!<:s!a-s, or
a circumscribed spot on one or both
( hecks; the eyes heroine dull; the pu
pils dilate; an azure semicircle runs
along the lower eye lid ; |hc nose is ir
ritated, swells, and somcriine.s bleeds;
a swelling of the upper lip ; on nsional
headache, with bumming or throbbing
of the e ns; an unusual secretion ol
saliva; slimy or furred longm ; brc;
very foul, particularly in the morning;
appetite vai iab'.c, s< unctimes vorai ins,
with a gnawing sensation of the stom
ach, at others, entirely gone; licetino
pains in the stomach; oi asional
nausea and vomiting; violent pains
throughout tin- abdomen; bowels ir
regular, at times costive; stools slim;. ;
not unfrequcmly tinged with blood ,
belly swollen anil hard; urine turbid
respiration occasion illy diflh hit; and
accompanied l>v hi.i \h; cougli
sometimes dry and cohvulsa c ? uneasy
and disturbed sloop, with grinding of
the teeth ; temper variable, hut gen: r
ally irritable, fee.
Whcncvi r the above symptoms
are foil ml to cxi.st,
DU. C. Mi LANK S VKU Ml PU(; I.
*a ill ccilaiiily cfTc-1 a ? urt\
ii Dots not Co.yj \r; i.;uy
in any fonn; i'. is an iiuibcent prepara
lioh, not ??/' doing t'ic 'ifest
injury (,< tiit' ru st tender- infant.
The genuine Dr. MCl..\vr.'s Vkk
MiFi't'.i: beats the liigit.ititrcsof C. M.
Lam: ai.d 1 i i mini; lh;< ... on t!.
DR. C. IScI.-A^r.F/S
nrV-nnt' i,Mll' tv1. 1 $ .- f. ::s, i'y for i'.
the ills that llcsh is heir to," bill in arte? tio,?.<
ol the liver, and in all Itiliou^ Comp! lint ?,
Dyspepsia an I Hick I leadai he,- or dist .i.-e^ < >l
thru character, th.-y -Sfatid Uh.icWt a lival.
AGUE AND FLVKR,
No better cathartic can he used preparatory
to, or utter taking Quinhir?.
As a simple purgative they arc uni ? ?
ttfcwAni: or mvi'.? ions.
The gciiitbi'.' rirr never sugar map; 1.
4 Kach box i t- .? i cd v\ i\ sea 1 on i lie !i<' With
the impression I'... M< I.v.m.'s l.tvrk Ph i s.
K.iyh wrapper hcj*p'fi ibe signature ol <'.
M? I.A'nk :ui'i 111 si i NO ItROS.
11 nsist upon having the. genuine 1 >r. <". Mr.
La.NK's I.ivi.i; I'm.is. prepared by Fleming
Rr?sl, of I'ilfshurgh. Pa., the itiarket being
lud bnltfttmrts of the name .MrI.ant',
hpi lled ililTerenlly l?ut h.uiu: piouum i.iuua.
In compliance with Decretal Orders made
by the Court of Common picas for Or
nngeburgCounty, I wdl pipll at Orcmgo
1 burg Court House, on Monday, Decem
ber 1st, 1879, within the legal hours, the
Koni Iv-tute particularly described in
t-ach of die cased stated below :
Mowrev & Co., vs. John .1. Woodward and
W. W. Oliver.
A trad of land containing six hundred
acres, more or less, bounded by lands, of
Adam I lohn im, Nancy Ilolliuill, Russell II.
Zimmciman, VV. (;. Whetstone, Anna I..
Keilt and (be lite OHii M. Dani/.lcr.
forms : Cash, and purchaser to pay for
papers and recording.
A I .SO
Henry I<. Kiokenbaker \-t. Jesse N. Hair
ier, v,!m'r and others.
A tract of land containing 2U2jj acres, on
w hiidi is the residence of the late Joshua
lluiglvr, I minded by lands of Ubuer,
Noury I.. Ilickcnbaeker, U.-vhl Kersner
.?mil I'a trick Autley. Terms: Cash.
Purchaser tu pay. tor papers nnd recording.
Caroline I.. Stroinan and others Kx'rs vs |
J? dm A ()'(lain.
All licit Irael of Luid containing four
liuhdri'd and seventy six acres, moi.i
less, 11. >ii i n lei I Nortli and Kusi bv lands
lately of Dr J. 'onkins, Smith by hinds
dt' VV. K I'u'i-iT. and South und Southwest,
hy lauds of John Hoffman. Term*.: Ca*h.
purchaser 10 pay for papers and recording.
If lei-nis of?ale are not complied with tie
property will he rewhl on the -aim; terms, on
ili>- in \t hi some suhsiiipieiit sale day, at
the rid; of the former p.nchaser.
George Bolivcr vs Fugle and other i.
All that Irael of land eonlainiic: oin
hundred aiel sixty-IWo acres, ae Ording tu
:i pint iiui'le by Si. !.. I'iib'wih in IS7L
mid bounded then Northw-*sl bv bind* of
I'.diner and Win. .1. Chaplin, Northens!
:it'.i| Kasl hy binds then or formerly of \V.
().-nneily and Plume, South by rem '.in nig,
land* of Olivia M. Kennery and South
west by lands then of George .J/eMiehatl.
fOrmS: One-Iialf cash, niiil the baNnce on
a credit of twelve inonlhs. Pureha.-iT to
give bond tor the balance with interest
from die day of sale and a mortgage of the
properly, nnd to pay .'or papers und record
ing, ii" purchaser shall fail lo comply
the property shall in- i-.- sold the next suc
ceeding sale day, on the same terms, aiid
at the former purchaser's risk.
Wando Mining aud Manufacturing Com
[?any, v.- Daniel Livingston, .lohn
Courtney :uul Viidrew.lefli:o-il,
All that tract of bind situate ou the
Niiietv-S'X Koad, eont-ininn live hun
dred iiere*, more or less, hounded North hy
Little Heaver Creek. FustIn* lainls now or
lately of M. L. Hughes, Southeast by lands
now or lately of Joseph Morgan, South bv
the Ninety-Six Road, and West by 1 uids
now or lately of W. Jones. 'J'ereis : One
third cash and the buhlt!CO on a credit of
ouc and two years. Tin- purchaser to give
hi* bond Tor the credit portion, with inter
est fro in the day of sale and a iuor.ga.*e of
the ttropcrty: Al-o to pay for papers and
recording, und if the purch mef shall tail lo
comp'-y? the property will he re-old ou the
succeeding-ale day, on the same terms, and
aft heridcof the former purchaser.
(Jeor^c B"divc.r and D. W. Uo'un-m, vs
"'Josephine^. Buthir'Jind John I?. L>.
l air y
All thai lot and buildings en it iu thy
Town nt Orangcbu^g, nt the, corner of
Amelia and Windsor .S'ticets, measuring
117 feet oil Wiudsor Street, on lltj fi-ol on
Aniclia Street, and bounded on the South
by lamb of (1. Kiggs ami Joseph Straus.*.
Kusi by lands ol* lienry Smith and on the
Wr.-t liy Windsor Street. Terms: Cash.
If pin chaser ?hall fail to comply, the
property lo be resold, on the fame, or en
some subsequent sale day. on the same
tei ms. and at the risk of the former purcha
ser. Purchasers t" pay for papers and re
IIester Green v.*. Nero PJttuic.
Ail tint irael of laud, containing ninety
five acres, im re or being pan of a tract
on waters of North Kdisto Kiver. formerly
of ihe e-tale. i>l* George Itonnctt, marked in
a plat drawn by S. It, McPich imp, May tl
1870, as No. (i mid bounded Northeast I>y
iiaci- numbered 7 \ H on said plat. South*
east bv Col. l>. It. Itarlon, Southwc-I by
tract So. I unsaid plat and Northeast by
tract No ."? on -aid plat. Terms; One
half cash and the balance on a credit of one
year. I'ureha-er lo give a bond for sod
ha anee bearing interest from ihe dav of
-ale and ,n mortgage of the property, with
tho privilege lo pay all cash. Also to pay
for p.ip-im and recording.
Tarnet Livingston ami others, vs. Henry
Livingston Kx'or and others.
All that tract known us the llo'iic planta
tion of tlie hue l?arnot Livingston, consist
ing of iwn tracts, one known a- the Timothy
t irant, containing cighl litindred and fifty
acres more or Iis-, and tin' oilier bought
by saitl It.irnel Livingston, deceased, from
Mis. ?.J. Oauncrly containing one bun.
ilrtd acres,' more or lo-i. This land will he
-??Id in parcel-, iicewrdilig to plat-* which
will he exhibited al the Slater's Office and
at tie.--ale. 'fen,;-,: One-third cash, and
(he balance on a credit of ein- an I two
years, Purchaser to give bonds lor the
liahtuce, heartne, intere.-t from tin- day of
sale, secured lo a mortgage of the properly.
I Al.-o'o pay tor paper-an i recording. If a
purcha-cr shall fail t" eomply, Ihe .Vaster
w i.l ic-oli o i the same day, or ticxi suc
ceeding .-ale day, on the same terms, and at
the risk of till! !? liner pill cha-v;.
I)-.W. Warren nnd llrir.ice M. Mitchell,
assignee, vs. ('. K. I cider
All thai tract of Ian I l-otitaining two
hniiijrcd and fifty-rix acres, neue or less.
l:o:u! h-d North hy bind.- of Wliitmnre and
I'ai ier.Soutii by land-, of Itichurd Leans,
We-t by bind-, known as Whileiuore's, Bast
hy. lands of J. F. Li viu^-stori and estate lands
i.f.). IL i fldcr. Term*: One half cash
tujljj the balance "a a credit of one year.
I'nrpliaser lo give bond for I'.dance with in
terest n'ftm il iy of sale and a mortgage of
the pjopirty. to pay for pipers and record
I). A. McTver, Adin'r vs. Elizabeth Speig
i her aim others,
?J\ 'I I hat lot of hind ami improvements
tht,. ou. in the Town of Le.vi-.vilo, of the;
e tn'.ebf !he lall* Henry i-. Smdke, eai.
i ii.ji g .ihm.' the one-half of an acre and
l.oii.inc.l fia-t by the Kail bo id. North by
,i f-iiect. buidh bv Mr* thise and Oihori),
and VV?st ly ? Mcjver. Alse another
small lot in -aid Town. Turins ; ():u
hall Cftsh and the balaiieooii a credit of one
year. I he purchaser to Kive his hud for
said balance with' interest from the d.o of
-aleand a Kiorfgngefil tho propurtv, Als >
to pay fm- paper- ami recording.
I'ine.knvy L. Mooror va Sophia ]'. 11.
All.that tract of lanif in "ophir Tow.v
ship containing three |ui|idrc<l acres, morn
or loss, bounded North by lands of A. K.
Keliler, South by lands of Jim Joiner, Dick
tiieennnd Toin Ollvor, Ivi^: by lamL of J.
Quincey Parier and West by lands of es
tate of C: H. Thomson. Terms. Cash, and '
purchaser to par for papers and recording,
I f purchaser fail to comply, it will bo re
Sold on the next sale day at bin risk and on
George ?o?vor vsOeoigc William*.
\U that lot of land in the Town of Or
angchurg, on which the defendant li?nn,
bounded on tin- North by a line running at
right angles with the Road to '.Sunny Side,'
on tue Knut by Hriggtuan't* lot, on tho
South by a Branch hounding Cornttsoa'a
lot on the West by the .said road Up lu
where a ditch intersects, which lot con
tains two acres, more or less. Term*.
Cadi,and if purchaser fail to comply tho
hit will lie sold on the same or the noxt
succeeding sale dav ai the ris't of tho lor
iner purchaser, and on laine term*. Pur
chaser to pay for paper- and recording*
Morgan J. and Francis K Keller, Rxo'rs vs.
Lewis P. Collier.
\ll that tract of land CO'Uiuntilg eight
' lunlred and thirty acres, no.re or less, and
Hounded North bv lands of I) \V. Fehler
\. \V. Suell and .lohn ('inttilin, lvut by V.
?V. vVanuauiaker,.Voulbi*y bimlsofCol. On.
and It A Bowman and West by L E It
(?'elder's lauds. Term*; Cash, and pur
chafer to pay lor pipers and recording, and
if the purehaser shall fail hi comply ib-j
I laud will b" re "?hl at Iiis risk on tue aim ?
I terms ami nl ihe same or some convenient
-a.e dav afierwii ds.
I ' also
.1 ie di l'iigl? vs. Smart Loyd.
All ilia' tract of lau I containing oQil
hundred aeres iiior* or le-s, hounded on
the North liy lands of .I II Slaley and 1)
Jones, Ivi-t by lands of dailies Kips and on
; the W'esl and Soil It by lands of l>r. (Just
! tlehaaiu and IS. F. Simmon*. Term*:
j i'ash and purchaser to pay for papers aud
j recording. If parehasur shall fail to com
i |y t''<* laud will he resold at his risk on tlm
j same or stunu convenient -ale-day hfior
l ivard.s on the same terms.
I Morgan .Tand Francis K Keller. Rxo'rs ts.
.1 ' ? wis I iibson and John 11 Livingston
All that tract of land situate in Liberty
I'owusliip, containing four hundred acre*,
more or less, bounded by land* of Morgan
i'a i-, l> <> .lefeoil, Peter It Pearson, Jacob
Pearson and others. Term**: Cash nnd
purchaser to pay lor papers and recording,
j If the terms of calcaru not complied with
! the properly will he resold nil the n-xt or
some succeeding sale day on the same terms
( at tin.' rink of the former purchaser.
llnyh LCI reen, assignee vs. Henry Welfare.
AH th it tract of land containing eighty*
live acres, more or les*, situate on Kettln
Mi auen, and bounded by lands f John M.
1 My.ors, J iiue Vogt, KW Vogt? Bill Fair
and H?llin Aviiiger. Terms. Cash, and
purchaser to pay for papers and recording
If the purchaser shall fall to comply the
property to be re- old at his rink, and oti
-ame terms, on llivtiextpr sumecohveuieut
-ah- day afterwards.
Alva (Jage vs LuZabjth Brown.
All that tract of land containing tweWo
hundred acres, mor?*- or 1 :?s iu the Kork of
l-'disto, Iwtihdc'l North by Cooper Swamp,
Kusl by lands formerly of .Jacob Wolli,
South by .South h'disto River .and West by
lands now or lately ?<f John R Millcuse.
John ('. liowcand the lalu John C Qnattle
htiiim, said land is called the Snifco Swamp
: Plantation. 'iYrm-. Cash enough to par
all stuns actually ihie to th^ plaittthl at ih ?
date ?f said s de an I the co-ts and expetiso -f
ihese proceedings and the lia'tnc.i on a
credit of one and two wars Purchaser to
give bond for said lufanca; with iht'eresi
from dry of s iic and a in irtg.ige of thr
property aud io pay for papem and record
'?'bos, I". IticViiili tker, Adm'r and others)
vs Ida Zoa lu-rm.m and others
AH that tract of land of which tho lata
Lewis II Zimmerman '?'?a-; -ci/.ed contain
ing three hundred and eighty u'.uo acres,
mo v or less ii mil I ? I North by I inJs efH K
Uickenhaker, l-'.a-t by lands of S I* Ricken
haket* 0 s Patrick and Prank Uliner,
South by lauds of No I KeitU Jams* IlrtsrJ.
and estate ol* Nicholas Till, and West by
lands of the iMa'e of John Till, Uarttl Ker
btier and the tract alloiud to Mrs Ann A
/.uninernian. This tract will he sold in
parci Is, according to plats which will h:
cxliibitetl at the Ma-Her's Ofllccaod at the
sale. Terms.(uie-half c ?dt and the balance
.-ii a credit of one year, secured by bond of
pui chaser bearing interest from day of sale,
and a mortgage of the property. l'urcha
?cistopny for paper-, ami recording. If
any purehaser shad fait to comply, hi*
share shall be aokl at his risk on the atims
or next succeeding sale lay, on th .* same
Watson \ O'Cain and others, A?hn'r* vs
Valentino Piihau and otlieis.
AI! thai I ra :t of bind, lying on Middle
pi n Branch, conlapig about acven htm*
drei and liftcen acres, bounded North by
land- now or lately of estate of Daniel
i'.' /.ird F.asthy lands of Samuel Bo/.ard,
i South by land- of Mrs C dyphret and Geo.
Patrick. West by hinds of A -'-moke and
.>r?re Bo/.ard, Abo, another tract na
the waters of Turkey Hill Creek, contain
in.' mi hundred acres more or let^, hound ?
I ? d North by lands now or formerly of
Mary O'Caili and South hy lands of Mary
O'Cain and \ Wanmimaker. Terms.
? ?tie lliird ease and the balance on a credit
of one year, secured by bond of the pur
chaser with interest from day of salo and a
mnrrgag? of i!ic pureha er. Purchaser to
pay lor papers ami recording. The tract
\\r%' 'iieuiiouc I will he suhl iu parcels, of
which plats will be exhibited at the Mas
r's nlhee and at the sale.
William C lice A Co. vs F M /Wer.
All that tract of land containing one
hundred and liftv seven acres, more or less,
hounded by lands of I'avid Horger, by tract
' No :? if |)ie c-t'.ale lands of John Lirr, by
toe Public or Stage It pad and hv tract No.
2 of the estate lands of John Lirr. Also
that parcel of land containing ahnut ten
! acres, hounded on the North by the above
mohtmucd tract, w -st by the Sia'je Road
I South by tract No 2 above mentioned^
Terms. OiiQ-thinl e sh and tho balance on
J a credit of one and two years, see ir*d by
bond wnh interest froiri the d i.v <\f salo
and a inorteago of the proper v. Percha
ers to pay for papers ami r coid'pvg,
All that body of land containing 4*3rt
I acres, more or less, hoUiidetl h\* lands of
j Mr* K M A Jenkins and liellville Roul,
i lunds of J **< 0 llofllnan and others, known
as No 1 ami '? at estate lands of Dr. J ?
I All that o'hor tract of land contain
ing M|0 acres, liiure or less, bnunded bv
I BollviHe lt,;ida-..l lauds of W, A, O'Cain,
i\ M A Jenkins and H M Afooror, and
known ai No 3 of estate land-), of Dr J O
Jeitklas, (sold to satisfy lien of J 0 W
Strhman iheroon. I'orms, C ish, parehater
to pay for papers and recording.
t. W. GLOVER,
Master'.-, Office, Nov 1 1th 1879.
Nov. 1-J &