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The Orangcbui'g Times
L O O J? Tj
A good many star-gazers sat up
last Thursday uight to see the stars
fall?but they didn't.
A Neat Sign
Has been nut up nt ?orentrue's
store, the painting being done by Mr.
C. A. Kansdalo.
W. II. Hennou
Has just been appointed hy the
Governor a Trial Justice for Orange
Weregretto learn of tho illness
from pneumonia of our young friend
VV. II. Glover of Limes to no. We
hope he will soon be out again'
Mr. \\. J. Hoy kin ?
Of Ornugeburg, was robbed at tho
fstate Lair grounds last week, of ?17.
The money was recovered and the
Horses iin<l Mule*,?
Messrs. Lukes, Sain aud .Slater
have each got in this week a fredi
supply of these useful animals. Call
around and examine lor yourselves.
Dr. \S animinitker, Mr. V. G. Can
nou and Dr. Lukes, have jusl receiv
ed a large assortment of fun cutlery.
Go nnd examine their, stock.
Our S3 iiipuilliCH ?
Are with our brother McJunken ol
the Columbia Yeoman, who ha-j juv.
been bereaved of both parents in
"Changed on Tuesday from warm
and unseasonable to ruin and eold.
The rain wij! be acceptable t.>?!! y
account ol Lbe.dry, stale of many of
the wells. .
A Siranee Night -
On nur rambles,in tjiu country on
Saturday we?cauie across a jessamlnd
iu full bloom ou the road; side, a
strange sight certain)}' for .Novem
Mr Het hi viel It'
ll us just received a large stock ol
silver and plated ta le ah 1 tea
spoons nnd forks; also jewelry and
watches, just the things :or Christ
mas presents. Call and examine.
Hail (toad Far cm?
We 111 e glad to see that the Pal
metto Yeoman, our sprightly cotom
posary a) the Capital, agree--) with
what we said on this subject, and
unites with tia in striking lot lower
is. Frank .-Juler, Lstp, will have a
superb lot of horses in Urangebur.:
on the 20th. Look out for them as
Mr. Sater is a capital judge of horse
flesh and knows exactly what our far
meru want. Lead hiu advertisement
iru auotber column.
Caan alt lea?
We arc Sorry lo bear that our
young friend W. 11. Dukes, a sun of
Mr. J. W.U. DukcS got bis fingers
badly cut in his lathers gin last week.
Also, that Mr. W. M. Sain bad a fin
ger ou the left hand badly bitten by a,
mule. The exact extent of these in
juries we have not learned.
See \V. F. Lobinsoti's new adver
tisement to-day. lie ir. just opening
as tine a set of jewelry as was ever
opeued in Orangehurg,.and ins prices
suit all. If you want to please your
tell and make a Christmas present to
a friend look at Ida hooh stuck. Cailljj
also and eco tho wonder <>f tho age,
bis revolving show case.
In the burning of Mi. Ashley's
Mill und Uiu near Eileiiton two
white boys and a negro mm were
caught in the lint room press
and severely burned. Cue of the
boys Jesse Owens died in an hour
after the rpoue, and the recovery of
the othcrs.-is'cbusfdered doubtful.
JPrcabj tcrlaii Fenti%;al?'
Tlie preliminary meeting of the
Committee of .ladies of thit>, b'tuiival
which is to tiVK? pTaeo during tfio
CliTistma? holidays was heM nt Mr.
N. A. Bull's on Tuesday. The at ten
dance was very encouraging and all
the denominations participated, We
are glad to sea;this spirit nianifciled,
and wc feel safe in predicting, from
what we can gather, that the affair
will be a very successful oue. Tho
object, the erection of a parsonage
for the Church, is one worthy of our
best efforts, and should inspire a lau
I? the name of a capital prepara
lion made by Kirk Robinson, Esq.,
for mending biokcn china, 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 speakV Try it.
Itliiyor'H C our I ?
(hi 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 tjni vive in the
future, and all violators of the ordi
nance wid be deprived of their licen
. - mmm ? mm' ? ?
A11 on I ion !
The Members of Zinn Democratic
I lub are hereby requested to as
semble at Zioii Church on I bur-day
morning 4th of December next, a*
II o'clock, as husine s id'importance
will be brought to their notice.
Donald K. Hah'JON, l*re?iden ?
L. J. I/.i.a :, Sce'try
Nov. 20th 1*75?.
ll is said was permitte 1 a n ?-;
shameful extent at the r*'tnto Fait
?ast week, and wc are glad to sc- that
the press is comlcnii inu it in round
it ribs. Its iidiuenee upon ilie rising
generation is extremely injurious,
ami the dollars and gained b
the Fail can novel repay for the
damti?c done. The lUthoritics were
certainly culpubl ?.
A ItoMoIution -
miturnirig llftr.iks Id* the la'lies
who so kindly tissisted in the lie
fresdimcnl liooins at the Agricultural
Fair, and to Mrs. 10 - i<uhhie and
Mix. J. L. ileidtman lot making the
fl},g. Was passed ul a meeting of the
Direct- is ni the Association this week.
i'ar%';es t'* whom premiums were
awarded, ami who have n<> yel re
ceived I hem me requested to tall on
!*-|creiary Hcidtman at I/lar A Diii
?Coilllfy H- ill'LIKVM ?
We feitiii that the report of t In
t utility Commissioners soou to be
published will siiow a back iiuK-b
ted Debs ol ?18,107, and the wiieie
wi'.hal lb pay it now in the Ueasury
only amounts to8]> cents Ou the dol
lars. The deliciency for the cur
icnt expenses for the fiscal year i->
We thus see what a legacy the
Radicals have left us, ami yet they
hope togilll the voters into pulling
tht m into < dice agnin.
A Snow St o ran
Commenced heie about 12 o'clock
on Wednesday, and before an hour
passed everything was covered with
the hoary mantle, which reminded
us of the pictures of Northern snow J
rscenes which is general v ihe nearest
approach ww Southerners have ; i t'ic
reality. Ina rhorl lime snow balling !
became genera! cm our Btre.et.s, and '
little boys, oig !>?>ys, tnul old hoys,
ail engaged in .he tare a>:<\ exciting
pastime. We have no doubl ihe
whole scene -.waken* i;5 the minds ol
our juveniles Ihe most vivid ami
happy niiticiputioi s ol Santa ? laus
and merry Christ inns .-?? nearly upon
Will he received at the post ofii ?
Department until January 2 Ith I-Sib)
lor contracts for earryisig t; ? mails
us ltd lows:
1st. From l.cwi vil e, by ?unuy
I 'la ins, Cuu11 e Hill, Fine : lain - an i
Hull Swamp to Heaver ;>i>o.i tw ce
a w. ek.
2nd. From Orntigobuvg to Km-it-'
Mill, once a week.
Jlrd. From Orungchii g, by Me
(-aiii.-*. illu lind Feldervillc to Vance
i' erry ? three" time* a week. We are
informed by our Po-tmaster thai
there lia^ been an increase in the
number "I mad routes nod facili i is
Sin o Fair?
\\ c were highly gratilh d on our
vit-it. to the Fair last week and desire
to express our obligations to the elli
cient hup< t iiitendent, Mr. Titos.'W.
llnlloway for courtesies extend ?d
Wewerestruck with the no liiess ol
the .nq ioveniciils on the grounds un
der his superiiilcndenee. The pens for
the slock were neat and comfortable.
'1 he sli ek is Miid lo be ihe finest ever
exhibited* The Held crops were large
ai.d full and the other departments
were by no means behind. Orange
burg took the largest premium ou
Jute, which was awarded to II.
Among our old friends we wore
happy to meet, Mr. Richard Jones,
the popular City Clerk who ftceins to
be in the finest health and sriritB.
,1 During Kobbci?
Entered tlie residence of Mrs. D.
E. Glover on Tuesday night and
ccmiuitted ctuitidcruble deprcdntjons
on the wind robe of Dr. Muckenfuss,
nn inmate of the bouse, carrying oil1
several, pair of pants and some valua
ble jewelry belonging to him. lie
also rifled tlio pockets of Master El
liott U lover, lobbing him of bis loose
change. The rogue deliberately car
ried the clothing into tin; parlor
where be could leisurely examine
papers aud take what was valuiblo .
Tint fust iutimalioii t'i.it wi< ii i I of
whni was done, was ibe next morn
ing when young Glover got up and
could not lind his clothes where he
left them. We hope the chap may
be c.ilight and made an -?xa upio of.
Tb? Annual meeting of this So
ciety took place til the Fair Building
on Saturday. The Secretary and
TieiiMiru*, Mr. Kirk Kohitisoii, pre
tciiltd Iiis annual report, which gave
a vciy em ouiaging account iif the
f rr.jj r. ss <d ih< Society 1 r the past
year m il of its present status. We
tioK'witli pleasure the kindl y notice
taken ol the County papers iu this
ii] i ii. and assure i he Society that
the I i.MIS cuii always be Counted oil
in Hi'ivuiieiiig the interest of the
ngiicolturtil community. After the
leading ol the report, the Society
wcitl into nn election for officers to
siivi1 lor the ensuing yeaj*j which ro
.-...uil Ic>llows :
IWidi nt- Dr. W. F. Barton!
Im V. 1\? C apt. .1. L. Mouter.
2nd V. P.- Dr. . C. Holmau.
Srd V. I' J. d.Sailey, dr.
Mec'try and Treus.?Kirk Uobiti
Kxe< ittive Commit ic?Jas.Slides,
\V I>, Dudley, 'I UiLS*. L- K
link v lib .mi Key, F Uooke.
i In- 1'resident gave iheresu't of the
expel intents ol Dr. Kii v? m I wit Ii .-alt
niiii dis.-olved bone, which, together
with i x j criti.i ills by other members,
prove iL lo be an excellent manure.
('apt. F.. .J. Felder presented resh
llitiolis on the death of lion. W./Ml
?-' ? i
11ik.-oi, a member of ?hif ?ociei v
v, ha h we hope to publish iu iar next.
Experiments with the Jute culture
by Dr. .1 ('. iloitnan andjl. I&ggs
it en ule that the cost of production is
loo great for itlo be prulitable.
'ibe na i its ol the < lenient Attach
n i hi bo- ginning and spinning cotton
v.ete 1 roiigbl to the attention of the
Society by ibe President, and, after
lavi table discussion, the following
t (in miitcc was appointed (n enquire
inln the pructic ibility ol its inl.ro
diiition into Otuitgeburg, and report
at tin- next meeting :
lo. W F. Bar on. 11. liiggs and
W. I' If ad ley.
--rt-aa* ? - ? c ? .
Knn?lay School l*U**.\iC -
It wa.? ou? pleasure ou last Satur
day throng*' ibe courtesy of our
Irieiiii Mi H. Wiliiamsoti, to be
coiivevcd hy one (if the best liavel
iti'j nags in the county to Two Mile
SWit IU p ; lunch r.bout 12 mile- in the
Fork, where we spent a most delight
iiiluai lining tlx- hospitable people
? >.' miii community. I'he occasion
Vii- .-. Sunday s. hool pic nie, and at
least seven bundled or a thousand
people, including \ oiiiig and old, were
t ." Ullibd.
Twt Mile Swamp' horch i- under
:be ; nst?? rate 61 Key. x . F till *;? iii
and ; :.? Sunday School under (he on
peiiotcndeiice d Mr. Henry lihoutlin
i In boo! from what can leain
i- one of the most flourishing to t he
eoitniy, uiiiiiheri,|g at ibis lime 1)3
I tlp'lis in i! pnhir ?ittcndaiK e.
1 be litigbboiin? schools wer?! iu
\iiiil to j :n licipa'.e, an i at II o'ulock
llit b-lig ?? ml interesting ptoe?imi
id t-bt Id i en, decora ted nil h their du
lerem colored badges, maivhud aud
counter marched under the in-.pirjug
strains of (be sWvie'Cst music, tii.il
Ihwi !iSe?l into til'! e'uirdi t > e igue
in the pleiiMiiit trx'.'rcis n w i ?Ii were
appoint d by the com mil I JO. The
bitiiiii r whiuh ibiutcd at tho -neiwFo?
ti e juvenile c du.nn a us b >i ne by?lliiJ
venerable Mr Sandl'md, a folMdu| jif
t!;e church an 1 a vutaran i| tn j chriy j
Linn can -e, and hi I in .uri > ? 1 up i i t
the uppropriatc moitoes: "riifl'oi bt
tli: i litld i en to come llllti me, and
forbid them not," and, '"'Feed thy
The exercises were op n 1 w:ih
phiyer by Uev. J. S. Navibu, ntiei
wiiieb :i number of the girl* and
buys belonging t" ibe n ???! re
cited pieces, doing credit to iheiil
selves and showing the iniercs! of ihe
teachers in their improvement
Khoi't addresses were tliou d.e Ivor
ed to the children by lievs. Craves,
Ihiydeu and Joiner, an I the two
Messrs. Sin oak and utirself, which
we hope may be productive <of good.
Ibdwcun the speeches the ni>-i-de
li^liiful music was disputed npder
the leadership of Mr. W. Fogle.
After the speaking the procession
then moved out of the church to the
tables which were loaded with every
thing tho country could afford or the
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 all will meet again.
Two much praise cannot he given
to the teachers of this school for thei r
/.etil iu the cause of christaiu educa
tion, among whom we cannot fail to
mention tiie Khutlins and th" Sand
lords who manilest so much interest
iu this noble work.
We spent a must pleasa t day,
meeting old friends and making new
tine-, and we shall long remember
the courtesy and kind attention
shown to us on this occasion by the
generous honrted an I hospitable poo
pie. of the Kork.
Who has not bcoa turn oj oil by
a Cough in Church ?
It may come from the remotest
corner in the rear. but. its e:h ?
tickles the liiroiti iu front, creeps
i!t) vii the iii.?le and touc'ies t'i ? us'i r-,
wringing a sympathetic explosion
I nun every vict.in. li.u Cons-ens'
Honey id Tar will cure coughs, colds
and all disease's of Ih.i thro it 11 1
luiii.s, bronehiiis, hoarseness and
sore throat. I'riee 50 cts For
side b\ Lb, J. (?. Wrannumaker.
l>i<I Yon ?"i4 r Notice
Mow terrib'y a beauty of the
blonde type eun disappoint one? A:
a little distance we only sea the shin
ing aureole of hair, au I ibo im i r ina
lion, will its deft touch, is quick to
complete the picture with a complex
i.oi as velvety h? toe heart of a ro-e,
and as pure a-: sndtv! H it ou elose
proximity, the picture lo es iti bright
ness il we discover traces of a dis
order! d liver, which can be correct d
by using I'ortadte. or Ta bier's Vege
table Liver Powder I'riee 50 uts.
."-ohi bv l)v. J. G. t\ uuunmalter.
Corrected every week by Messrs. IUn.i.
is: .Sc oviI.L.
Pkipay, November 21, 1 s7'.>.
Middling..,.. 1 1
l....v .x.|Li.1.1 iligti. Ii"J -
.. X jt .. i*KOVISM.\\i
New t'orn .
Kodder, p?r 1 l!U I ha.
Itoitgli Hire.....J..........? 1 IU
DR. ?i. B2eiLANE'S
. Celebrated American
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
rni-IKcountenance is pale nnjl lender.
-*- colored, with occasional lie.~,!.es. or
a circumscribed spot on one or both
( hecks; the eyes become dull: the pu
pils dilate; an a/ure semicircle runs
along the lower eyelid; the nose is ir
ritated, swells, and sometimes ' leeds:
a swelling of the upper lip; occasional
headache, w ith humming or throbbitu;
of the cms; an unusual secretion *>i
saliva; slimy or furred tongut ; brc
very foul, particularly in the niorni ig;
appetite variable, s< unetimes voi :u :? us,
with a gnawing sensation "i the stoin
ach, at others, entirely gone; liceting
pains in the stomach; <?? asion.ti
nau'ea and vomiting; violent pains
throughout tin- abdomen; bowel?- ir
regular, at tinu-s costive; stools slimy;
not unfreipicntly tinged with blood:
belly swollen and hard; urine turbid
respiration occasion illy diffu nil, and
accompanied bv hiccough'; com '?.
sometimes dry and convulsive : uneasy
and disturbed sleep, with grinding of
the teeth : temper variable, i>;.; gern r
ally irritable, &c.
Whenever ihe above symptoms
are found to cfiistj
on. ii Mi lanes vkkmifugk
will certain)} elTei t a ? ore;
II la.is NOT <i>.\! \!-: MI.IHtJUV
in any form; it is an iilnocch! prepara
lion, not tutfitfijf of' doing /.v.- jf/A ir/r-ar/
injury />' tiie most fonder in/tint.
The geh nine Pii. Mt'I.AXt.'s Vi u
ami i r.ii bcai - the signatures of C. Nl.
Lam. itial Fid;.%stN?: Li;?>.?. ou l!;
DR. C. 'Me5rA??B*S ?
nfi.*?n*Vt*reTnmmcmicd *sfa remedy "for n.
tin- ills that llesli is heir to." I iu in aflei lions
r>l the liver, an.! ia all 1liliou> (',.:.:; ' mil ,
Dvspcpsia .in I .--ii k I leadai lie, ? .i di.sc.ise? ??!
that character,'they-^fnttd without a rival.
A G U K A N i) V V. V It R .
N'ohcttcr cathartic cm l>c list d preparatory
to, or utter taking Quinine.
As a simple purgative thej nreSinerpthli'd
I.tAYMt;-. OZ- I M l l '. l t OX S.
The ceil time flro never sugar io.m>
? K.ieh box .' i- ii red wa\ *eal ..e ilu* li<' with
the iniprci dun i??;. M< I.vm s 1.1 vi:k F.il.i ?.
Kach wrapper bvf\n the .signatures of C.
M> I.and I i i uino Priisj
1111?? -1 upon h.ivin-; the genuine !>..<*. \fr.
Cask's l.ivt.n Pilus, prepaid I by I leming
IVr of I'itfshurgh. I'a., the market being
luii c?f imitations of the name Mr J ,ti no,
Kpelleg ililTerently ln|l suine ojonnnciaiipu^
In compliance with Decretal Orders made
by. the Court of Common Picas for Or
nngeburgCounty, 1 will sell at Orange
hurg Court House, on Monday, Deceni
ber 1st, 1H79, within the legal hours. th?
Kcal K-tute particularly described in
each of till! cases slated below :
Mowrev ?x Co., vs. .John J. Woodward and
\Y. W. Oliver.
A tract of land containing six hundred
acres, more or less, bounded by lands of
Adam llolnuui, Nancy Ilolmau, Hassel I 11.
/.iminetman, W. (;. Whetstone, Anna h.
Keilt und the late Olin M. Dant/.lcr.
reriilH : Cash, himI purchaser to pay for
papers and recording.
Henry L. Kiekcnbakcr vs. Jesse N. Hair
ier, ?'hn'r and Others.
A trael of land containing 2023 acres, <>n
which is ihe residence of the late Joshua
llaigler, founded by lauf-, of Uhu er,
Henry i.. Kiekciib'iekcr, D.ivid Korsnur
and I'atriek Antlev. Terms: ('.idi
1'ureha.ivr to pay for papers and recording.
a i .so.
Caroline I.. Siroinan ami olhwrs Kx'rs vs
John A < *'< 'aim
All licit Irael of bind containing four
hundred and seventy six acre.-, uiol.i
less, Ii.Minded North and Kasl hy lands
lately of Dr ?!, <!? Jenkins. South by lands
of \V. 10 I'ooscr. South and Siuuhwc*t,
by landsi of .Joint Hoffman. Terms: Cam.
purchaser lo pay for papers and recording.
1 f lei ins ol -.de lire nut complied with the
proper y will he refold on the -am- terms, no
the next oi -nine subsequent sale day, at
the risk of the former purchaser.
George Deliver v- Kopie and otheri.
All dial tract of laud eonlainiic; tny
hundred and sixty-'wo acres, aeeordinir lo
a [dat mads bv Si. !.. Ilab'win in I.S7I.
and bounded then N irthwesl bv bind-1 of
I*. i liner and Win. J. Chaplin, Noil in a -I
aud Kasl hy hinds Iben or formerly of W.
[).-nnci ly and Illume, South by rcucdiiing
land* of Olivia M. Kenner y and So Ith*
west by lands then of lieori'e .l/e.Miehai I.
renn-: Ohc-luilf cash, und ihe habuice ou
a credit of twelve months. Purelm-vr 10
uivc bond lor the balance with interest
from the dav of sale and a mortgage of the
property,and to pay lor papers and record
ing, li' piirehaser shall fail to pninply
the property shall he re sohl the next suc
ceed inp sale day, on I lie s um- terms, and
at the former purchaser's ri-k.
Wando Minine. nnd Manufacturing Com
p.my, vs Daniel Livingston, John
('oiirtuey and ViiilrewJeU'eO-if,
All that Irael of land situate oil the
Ninety-Six i'oad, eout-ining live hun
dred acres, more or less, hounded No th by
Little llcavcT Creek. Ivist hy Iain's now of
lately of M. L. Mu ibes, Soiitheasl by bind
now nr lately of Joseph Morgan, South bv
llie Ninety-Six Ko id. and West hj ' inds
now or lately of W. Jones. '1'erms : OllC
tWrtlcityh and the balance on a credit of
one and two vcars. The purchaser to give
hit* bond for the eredi; portion, with inter*
est from the day. of aale and a inor.pa^o of
the property: AKo to pay for papers and
recording, and if the purch iser shall fail lo
comply, the property will he re-Void pn the
sip'Ci.J'ding -a!e day, on tin-same term-, and
: atthcri-k of the former purchaser.
?vScorge Bolivia- aud D. \V. iVohin-ui, vs
J.'vs.-phincS. Itntlor s::? l John I>. D.
Alt lliai, lot and buildings on it iu the
Town of < ir.ingebit'.-. at Ihe corner of
; Amelia and Windsor .S':: eel-, measuring;
? 117 feel mi Windsor Street, on l!?i t\u! on
Amelia St ml, and hounded on the South
by land- of II. l'iggs and Joseph Straus.*.
Kasl by lands of Henry Smith and on the
West liy Whidsui Street. Term-: Cadi.
If pin chaser shad fail tu comply, the
property io be resold, on the same, or on
some subsequent sale day. on the same
tei mis. and ai l hi* ri-k of the former piireha
ser. Purchasers to pay for papers and re
iIcsLrGreen vs. Nero Blume.
Ail iliii irael of land, containing idnetv
five acres, nn re or less, being part of a tract
on waters of North Kdisio River, formerly
of the estate of (ieurire llounelt. mar': cd in
a plat drawn by S. K. Mel'iehatnp, May ?'?
1870, as No. (i mid bounded Northeast by
Itaets numbered 7 \ s on said plat, South
east hv lob U. It. Itarlon, Southwest by
irael No, I unsaid plat aud Northeast by
iraet No ? mi -aid plat. Terms.- One
half cash and ihe balance on a credit of one
year. Piirciia-vr lo give a hniiil for si id
ha'anec hearing interest from ihe day of
sale and a mortgage of the proper!v, with
ibu privilege to pay all cash. Also lo pay
for pappus and recording.
' 1'arnct Livingston and fit hers, vs. Henry
Livingston Kx'or and others.
I All that Irael known as the llduic planta
j lion of ilie late I'arnel Livingston, consist
j ing of two iraels, one Known as the Timothy
.'rant, containing eight hundred and lifiy
I aereSj more or Iis-, and the other bought
I hy said Ibirin-I Livingston, deeea-ed, from
; Mis. lt..I. Hanuerly containing one linn
I drill acres, more or lo-s. This hind will he
j sold in parcels- nccwi'iling lo plats which
j will he exhibited al the Sia?Uer"s OHicc and
at iic---.ile. Terms; One-third cash, and
j the balance oh :? credit of one an I t w.>
years, I'm chaser n> give bunds Ihr ibe
l?;ilauee, bearing interest from the day u
sah?. Fioured by a mortgage of ihe property.
Also'o pay for paper* an I recording. I fa
purcha-cr shall fail to comply, the l/.i-ter
wisl ie soil o i the same dayj or n txi siie
cei-diug hale day, on the same terms, and at
; the risk of ihe i< rincr purchaser.
I5>\V. Warren nnd Horace M. Mitchell,
assignee, vs. C. 1?*, Felder,
i Ali tlint tt.ut n| land containing two
: hptnjrcd and liflv.rix acre--, more or less.
' bo'i"jdml North by lands of Whilmore and
I Cai ier.Si.nili liv land-of Iticlnird Kvans,
U'r-t by lands known as Wbiieiiiore's, Hast
, I v lands of'J. I*. Livingston and estate lam's
j of.I. II. i elder. TeniH: One half cis'i
' :iii*i the balance ??n n credit of om- year,
j I'tirelinsor I? give bund for balance with in>
terest f um d iy of s-ile and a mortgage ol"
the property*..to pay fur papers and record.
I). A. MefVer, Adin'r .vs. Klizabeth Speig
*> in r mm othci-S.
tti'l lluil lot of land and improvements
tld*i - on, in the Town of Kewisyble; of lhe|
? c-jjujroj''he I:i?e> Henry b. Smoke, <???.
tdi.ii g ..hui.' the one hid' of .m acre and
l..i|iu(l?liJ-:asf by Ibe Kail Itoad, North by
I a Sircet. bocdi hy 3/r^ ibise and Others,
and Wya by U Meli'er. Alse thioilier
uu;\l| lot iu -aid Town. Term-: t) h
halt ca-h nnd the balance on a credit of one
year. Thf. purchaser to give his Inn I for
said liabuiee wilh iiucre.-t troui the da? of
-ah- and a mortgage ul tho proportv, \\* <
to pay for paper- and recording.
Pinckney L. Muoror vs Sophia J". 11.
AU I hat tract of land in Poplar Town
ship containing three hundred acres, more
oi loss, bounded North by lands of A. 15.
b idder, South by lands of .I im Joiner, lh'ck
lireennnd Tom Oliver, ICasi by land-; of.I.
I Quincey l'arlei and West by lands of ck
t?te of C: II. Thomson? Terms. Cash, and '
purchaser to par for papers and recording.
If purchaser fail to comply, it will be r*t
Bold on the next Hale day at his ruik and en
George Bolivor vsGeoige William*.
All tliat lot of land in the Town of Or
augcbitrg, on whiuh the defendant lire*,
bounded on the North by a line running at
right angles with the Itoad to 'Sunny Side/
ou toe K?st by Itriggman's lot, on tho
South by a Branch hounding Comelson's
lot on the West |?y (he said road Up to
where a ditch intersects, which lot con
tains two acres, more or lei?s. Terms.
''a-Ji.and if purehaser fail to comply tho
lot n il] lie sohl on the same or the noxt
succeeding sale dav at the ris't of tho lor
iner purchaser, and on laino term1, Pur
chaser to pay for paper- and recording,
Morgan J. and Francis K [Culler, Rxo'rs x*.
Lewis P. Collier.
All that tract of land containing eight
hundred and thirtv acres, more or le*s, and
!.tided North by Ian.In of I) W. Fehler
\. \V. Snell and lohn Oiaiulin, lvnt by F.
?v. \\ aiuiauiiiker, South by lauds of Col. On,
and It A 15. w in.in and \Veat by I. K. D
(?'elder's lauds. Term*; Cash, and pur
cha-er to pay for papers and recording, and
if the purchaser shall fail to comply tb-j
laud wil| I)' re sold al hisri-<k on the *im ?
terms ami at dies.cue or some coiireuient
-.i. e Uav a fit rwa ds.
Jacob I'ogle vs. Smart Loyd.
All thai tract of lau I containing oun
hundred ?eres ino'r* or le-s, hounded oa
the North hy land-*of J |[ Staler and 1?
Jones, ha-t hy lands of .lames Kips and on
ihe Wi-st and " o t h by lands of l>r. Qmit
tlehauiu and 15. l'\ Simmon*. Term*:
i 'ash and purchaser to pay for paper* au-i
recording. If purchaser shall fail to ci?ra
; ly ili? land will be resold at his risk on the
-ame or some convenient sale-day afi?r?
ivards uii the same terms.
Morgan .land Francis K Keller. Kxo'rs ts.
.1 Lewis Oih-nn and John 11 Livingston
Alsthat tract of land situate in Liberty
Town-hip. containing four hundred acre*,
more or less, bounded by binds of Morgan
i'a i-, L <? Jefcoit, I'eter U Pearson, Jacob
I'earson and others. Terms: Cash and
I purchaser to pay for papers and recording.
If the terms of sale are not complied with
(he property >dll be resold nil the n?*xt or
-..me succeeding sale davon the same terms
.it the ri.->k of the former purchaser,
Hugh LGreen, assignee vs. Henry Welfare.
AH that tract of land containing eighty*
live acres, more or les-?. situate on Ketil?
Kranen, und bounded bv lands of John M.
My.vrs, June VfKjt, F W Vogl. Hill Fair
and Hollin A vinger. Terms. Cash, ami
purchaser to pay foi papers and rocoruitig
If the purchaser shall fall to comply thr
property to be re--old at his risk, and ou
same terms, on the next pr soaieeohveuieut
-.dc day afterwards.
Aha Oa^e vs Elizabeth Brown.
All that tract of laud containing tweWe
hundred acres, uiorr* or I :?s, in the Fork of
l-'disto. hounded North by Cooper Swamp,
Kasl by lauds formerly uf Jacob Wollt,
South by .s'onth Kdisto River .and West by
lands now or lately of Joji'n It jlIHhoiise.
Johlt C. Uowuaild the Into John ? Quattle
ha'iiui, said land is called tha Snake Swamp
P.aulation. Term**, Cadi enough to par
ail stuns actually due to die plaint ill at ih ?
date 'if said s de an I the cost's and expanse uf
I hese proceedings and the l>R''\n.*j on &
credit of one anil two years Purchaser t<>
give bond for said Inland! with interest
from f|ar of sale and a mortgage of the
properly and tu pay for papcmatvJ record
''"hos. K. Kle'cmh iker, Adm'r und olhers
vs Ida '/Au\ Herman and others
All that trael of land of which tho lato
Lewis H Zimmerman was scued conUiin
ing three hundred aid eighty u'.uci acres,
nun c or less b mud ? I North by I m.Is cf S K
l: ckcuhakcr, Ivi-t by iamL ofS K Itieken
! .ike ?) S Patrick and Frank C liner.
South by lands of No I Keiu. Jam?s B"*r-1
and estate of Nicholas Till, and West by
lauds of the esta'e of Joint Till, P.vrid Fer
sum* and the tract allOted to Mrs Ann A
Zimmerman. This tract will hcnldin
parci Is, according to plats which will bs
exhibited at ihe Master's Office and at the
-a e. Term*. < 'ue-half c ish and the balance
? ?a a credit of one year, secured by bond of
pin chaser hearing interest from day of sale,
and a mortgage uf the property. Purcha
ser-to pay for papers ami recording. If
un\ purchaser -li.nl fail to comply, bin
share shall be Hold at his risk on the sanis
or next succeeding sale lay, ou the saino
Watson \ O'Cain and others, .Vihn'rs vs
Valentine Pithatt and othcis.
All that ira t ol land, lying Oil Middle
pen Branch, containg about ?even buu
>i:?- 1 and liftcen acres, hounded North by
i n. i- now or lately of estate of Daniel
i?o/.ard Kasthy land- of Samuel Bo/.ard,
Piiuth by hind- of Mrs (' dyphret and fiee.
Patrieki West hy lands of A Smoke and
tieorge Bo/.ard, Al.?n, another tract oa
lliv waters of Turkey Hill (.'reek, contain
big niie hue bed acres more or le-o, bound
>d N<?rth by lands now or formerly of
Mary f.l'Cnin and South by lands of Mary
O'Cain aiid \ Wamiitmakcr. Terms.
One third ease and the balance on a credit
of one year, secured by ImuuI of the pur
\ chaser with interest from day of .?a!o "nd a
niorigag? of die pureha er. Purehaser to
pay fur papers and recording. The tract
i \\r%: 'ueutioue I will he sold iu parcels, of
I which phUs will be exhibited at the Mas
ter's olliee and at the sale.
WHHam C Bee ^ <"... vs F M looser.
All that trae! of I and rontaihinij one
hundred nn.l fifty seven acres, njoreor less,
!. 'tinded by lands of I a/id Hotter, by traet
' No o of i be e-tate lands of John Lirr, by
I toe Public or Stage- It pad and bv tract No.
2 of the estate lands of John Lirr. Also
that panrel of bind containing nhout ten
! acres, houn led on the North by the above
monlioued tract, w -si bv the Sta?e Hoad
" outb hy tract No '2 above mentioned^
\ Terms. One-third e sh and the balance on
I a credit of one and two years, sec ie*d by
bond with interest from the diy o/ sitlo
[ ai d a mortgage of the proper v. Percha?
crsto pay for paper-and r.'cardtitgs
I All that body of land containing 43rt
I acres, more or less, buUadcd bv, lands of
I il/rs V\ M A Jonkins and Bi llvillo Koul,
1 hind- of JSC llofllnan ami others, known
I as No 1l and % of estate lauds of Dr. J (i
AH that n'her tract of land contain
ing !t|0 acre-, tnorc or less, bauuded bv
llollviilo Und and hmdsof W. A, O'Cain.
K M A Jenkins and II M A/i^ror, and
known a" ^oOof est it? laudi of Dr J (i
Jenkfas, (sold to satisfy lien of J (j W
Strom ei thereon, forms, <'id;, purchaser
to pay for papers a n' recording.
T. W. GL?V Kb'.
Master's Oflice, Nov 1 lt:i 187;).
Nov. 11 3^