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Tlio Orangeburg Times
L O C T,
Who Killed look Itohin?
I says George Boliver. I killed
Cock Kobiu. I p^,id tbe piper.
Being exbausted, Griffin has put
another in front of his store.
Had bettet keep their stores shut
at night, and not loavo all to tbe
Ought not to be permitted to be
fired on tbe streets. They may scare
horses and do great damage.
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Of the meteoric display may pro
bably be owing lo tho extraordinary
display of the Democrat last week.
The Regular Meeting
Of Eureka Chapter will be held
Friday, Kov. 28th, 187?. R. A- de
gree to be conferred.
JFine IIonnds ?
Dr. W. F. Barton had two young
liouuds of his o.vu raising in town
yesterday. They are lino fellows.
15 rot hers
Of tbe Dcmorra', this thing com
menced in your columns, anil we
shall work it out on ymr own tine,
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Wo are sorry so hear that Mr. W.
H. Perryclear is very ill with pneu
monia, but hope he will b.: out soon
If it bad net been f<>r the "plain
village school master," our friend
<lowu tiro stret may never have
been an aspiring country editor.
The Union Meeting
Of the Baptist denomination takes
place to d.ty at the Four Holes
Church and will continue through
Knoweth hie owner, and the ans his
master's crib, but" lo'?this immac
ulate!? knoweth not from whence he
j^ettcth hi* WHges.
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Was appropriately observed at the
Methodist ( hurch, suitable dis
course* having been delivered by
Kev. O. A. Darby and Rev. T. H.
JHctkodint Cinireii ?
We are requested by Kev O. A.
Darby, to state that there will be no
services at this Chuivli on Sunday
night as the congregation will par
ticipate in the union services be ore
the firomen in tlae Bapti.vl Church at
We are ready at any time for an
investigation on "Radical Allies"
"with tbe Orangeburg Democrat, and.
if we don't come out the clcauer ol
the two, we will give our old hat, and
a new one to boot. So take us up
?brothers?or shut up.
Aaintty MjihhhcIihhcI in?
B. F. Butler, being interviewed,
Bays, there are 100,01)1) workingmen
excluded from voting in Mastachu
aetl?, by reason of the 'aw engrafted
there by the Republican party, that
no man shall vote who can't r.-ad an 1
?write. Think of this colored men of
Kodden Death -
We regret to learn that Miss Nona
Cuburn, daughter ot Rev. Uoburn,
of Branchville, died suddenly at that
place at 8 o'clock on last Sunday
night of heart disease. We under
stand that the young lady wa* in lull
health up to hour of In r death. Our
deepest sympathies are with the
Our Young Friend,
J. W. H. Dukes, Jr., we it oft" on
Monday to bring home a fair one
with whom to share life's joy* and
sorrows, and returned homo on
Wednesday afternoon. We wish tbe
pair much happiness?hoping that
fheir sorrows may be few and their
joys many. Thanks fot tbe reinem
braucc of the old, teacher.
Wihile Mr. James Whetstone and
$lr. William Carson were engaged in
splitting rails on Two Mile Swamp
jn the Fork, on Tuesday, the axe of
Mr. Carson glaneed and struck Mr.
Whetstone's knee shivering the bone.
Mr. J. S. Bolen was sent for ami
stopped tho blood. Mr. Whetstone
y/M h?tulcd borne, and we understand
that tho wound is a serious and pain
On the Times which seemed to givo
so much concern to our neighbor last
week was satisfied on Saturday. Wo
have a clear title now, not only, as
we said before, for the campaign
of LS?0, but forever. Boliver
now has no more claim upon this
paper than Conkling or Blaine. This
settles the matter, and we hope here
after to hear no more insinuations on
this store. There is no longer any
mortgage over the Timics.
Appropriate to the occasion, will be
behl in the Baptist Church on Sun
day night, 'he Anniversary of th c
Elliott Hook and Ladder Company
falling on that day. Addresses will
be delivered by Rev. T. W. Mel Ii
chnmp and Rev. ?. A. Darby. 'J'hc
two i ire Co in panics, in lull uniform,
\\\lh all their honorary members, the
Boaid of Fin? Masters, the Mayor
j and other officials will ussembio at
I the Kngine Hall at l?i o'clock to
march in a body to the church. The
exercises will commenceui 7i o'clock.
The public generally arc invited to
Attention^!. 15. IS. A i.. Co.
A to nd the annual meeting of your
Company on Monday, Dec. 1st, I87U,
at 7 o'clock 1'. M. A full atten
dance desired as business of itnpot
! lance is to be submitted.
The Anniversary Festivities will
take place on Th?r.-day evening, Dec.
I 4th, hs7!>. The I. V A. F. K. Co.,
the K-'.isto Hilles, the honorary iiiein
hers of both Fire Companies ami all
invited guests of the 1. K. 11. & I,
Co. will assembleal the Engine Ifell
at 7 o'clock 1'. M. Members of the
Kdi.-to Jtilbs that are not firemen
will please wear their uniform.
JjV order ?ii the roremait.
K. F. I'uv a vt, Sec'y.
At the time that the editor of tha
I Democrat was advised "to go on
ami run'' tbe paper which Bdiv>;r
claimed a nd Htp| orted "in the in
tcrcst of the Deinoer.i ic party,"
the prosecutions against Boliver
were going on; the Ttujwi/t rt a
staunch Democratic paper under
.lames S. Heyward, Ks?j., was in the.
field, pouring hotshot into the Radi
cal camp, and upholding Solicitor
Jervey; and Boliver was publicly
boasting that he had enough money
to break it up. And sure enough the
Taxpayer was driven out of the
held, and Bo liver's heart's desire was
The Democrat very gene rously, and
we *supj ose, with chris tian "charity,"
undertakes to lecture us n i *?- i ? rt
comings," "Radical alii"-,' ct:.
We agne perfectly with our broth
ers, that people who Jive in glass
houses ought not to throw st ones, and
it. is for this reason thai we are con
strained now to say, lb it while the
"plain village school master" is ul
ways ready to receive lectures from
proper sources, and would go a long
way to heir a good one, be think*
they would he more appropriate and
effective, if they i-ame from men who
have never sipped Radical pap
directly or indirectly, either from
Boliver, or any other liii licah
We are. in receipt of information
that a mysterious personage general
ly and favorab'y known as ".-ant a
Claus," the Christmas man. has ex
pic.-.-td his intention of visiting our
town Christmas week, making his
headquarters, during his sojourn in
our midst, at the Christmas Festival
to be held by nur friends ul the
Presbyterian denomination over
Mr. John P. Addcn's store. The
Committee of Ladies in charge of
the entertainment, appreciating his
expected visit, are making the neces
sary preparations to make the occa
sion one of pleasure to a)| who will
favor I hem with a visit to their festi
val. We will, from time to lime,
keep our fri?idfl informed of all par
ticulars ot interest in regard lu Huh
The card of Mr. T. C. Huhhel ,
offering his services to the people as
an auctioneer, will hi seen in another
column. Mr. Hubhell is only lakin g
up his old business which he prac
ticed with great success in Charles
Ion, and in which he has had abun
dant experience. He is, withal, a
worthy and reliable gentlemen, and
wo hope nil persons having articles
they wish disposed of will c.-rust
them to his care. We know ho will
give entire satisfaction.
W. If. CJ lover?
It is indeed with sorrow that wo re
cord tli3 death of this promising
young man on Monday morning. His
luucral services were conducted on
Tuesday afternoon ill the Methodist
Church,by Kev. O. A. Darby, where
a large concourse of his friends as
sembled lo pay tho last tribute of re
spect to his memory.
lie was a son of the late L. C.
Glover, former Clerk of Court, and
was a young man of more than or
dinary promise and integrity. He
was an active mcniln r of the Agri
cultural Society and probably one of
its youngest members, but he exhibit
ed a deep interest in its deliberations
from his natural love of his vocation
us a farmer. He was in lustrion* und
active, and, starting un lor adverse
circumstances, by perseverauco be
soon became successful; and at the
time of his death was just rebuilding
a comfortable residence upon his
iatlui's homestead, but an Ad wise
Providence has ordered otherwise,
and he has been transferred, we have
e\cry reason to believe, to another
house?a house not made with bauds,
eternal in the heavens.
Is constantly reoeivi ng Christinas
Just received at Dr. Reeves' drug
store. Go and try them.
Ouly -lO Cis. per ? ounds?
A very Hue smoking tobacco at the
above price just received at Dr. Wim
uainaker's and also at Dr. Duke's.
Mr. It. Frank Mater
Has moved his stables in front to
touch on the street which will bo an
improvement to his husiuc?a. A car
loud of tine horses w.11 arrive for Iii tu
to mortow. Call and examine them.
The ?UreaI Demand
Koi Shritier's Indian Vermifuge is
solely due to its intrinsic value.
Thousands use it today in prefer
ence to any other, and say thai it
destroys and exp els worms effectually.
Notwithstanding the rise, all our
goods are selling at obi reduced prices,
having purchased a large stock ol'
dry goods before the advance. Call
early at the Dry Goods Bazaar of
That Tammuny has been the
means of killing off Tilden an the
next Presidential candidate, uiakes
no difference with our friend Van
Tassel, who is soiling the purest
whiskey, wines, &c, for le-s money
than any other store in town. Don't
tail to give him a call. a
The Members of Zinn Democratic
< lub ai" hereby requested to as
semble at Zinn Church on fhursday
morning 4th of December next, at
11 o'clock, as business of importance
will be brought to their notice.
Dona1.1) li. Baicjo.n, Presiden'..
L. .1. l/.i.a :, Scc'try.
Nov. 20th 1870.
.Notice I?> Druggists and Store
I g-.arautec Sbriner's Indian ver
mifuge to destroy and expel iv Tins
from the human body, where thev
exist, ii used according to the direc
tions. Von aie authorised to sell il
on the above condition-. David E,
Foutz, proprietor, Haiti more, Md.
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The Baltimore ami Ohio IS. II.
Have curried westward wit:i:u the
past, twelve, months more than two
hundred tons of Fout/.'s celebrate 1
horse and catt'c powders. If Mihi
more wa- blcs.ied with a fe>v in ire
laboratories as ex'.?u.?iv.i as that of
Fout/.'s. the road con I I lay 'mother
Ira k. For -alo by Drs. W in la
maker and I bikes.
It ere We Are Again
Pulling Kortjohn ! How can we
do otherwise? Has he hot mad,"
hundreds of our friends happy?
Has be not shown a deposition to
<tbligi' the entire county'.' Where,
oh where can such another man be
found! And where can such a sol et
assortment of g ncral me chandi/.o
be found? Then again, where can
one find k> many bargains as at his
auctions? Hundreds of persons go
away from there rejoiced. ' A thing
of beauty is a joy forever;" so says
one of England's poets. Mr. Kort
john's store is not precisely u "thing
of beauty," but if he continues on as
he is now doing it will most assuredly
become a "joy forever," because at no
other place in this land can such bar
gains bo had. a
Yon Might as well try lo I*ich
A quarrel with a graven image, or
do any other impossible thing as try
to sell any other preparation for
l'iles, if 'fabler's Buckeye l'ile Oint
ment can be had. It is the only
remedy for Piles tlmt will cure obsti
nate cases. Price 50 cts. For sale
by Dr. J. G. Wannnmaker.
llohhle ant! I,imp no More,
But hang your crutches on the old
oaken peg, and seize the first oppor
tunity to be permanently cured.
Rheumatism, Contracted Muscles,
Still'.Joints, Frosted Feet, Headache
Fnraehe, Pain in Breast, Side ami
Hick will yield to that powerful
remedy, known as CousseiH Light
ning Liniment, which is go d fur man
and beast. Prien .r>0 eis. a b it I le.
For sale by Dr. J. fi. Wannnmaker.
The While Shuttle Stewing
It has a double s*eel feel, or a feed
? >n both sides of the needle, which en
?tides the operator to ent ry the fabric
through either sideo the noodle, as
may lie desired Thi?| feature com
bined with the large spice mi 'er t'io
arm, is found iu no other machine
ami is an advantage which should hot
be overlooked. No advance. Plain
table 825; plain table with cover, lock
and key SoO; fancy cover, drop leaf,
'2 drawers each end of table -$o~>, and
all extra attach nruits given with
every machine- Hold only by Henry
Mr. C. D. Korijohn,
Though doing business here in
Orangeburg, is au original production
and a very rare one at that. His
career has beeu as singular as suc
cessful. His plans, means and meth
ods are all his own. He has vim
and energy enough for half a dozen
ordinary men. Hence his eminent
success as a merchant, and the enor
mous amount of goods he sells week
ly. His auctions are attended always
liy large crowds, and hundreds of
dollars worth are sold thereat for
one third of what the eost would he
elsewhere. Long may Korijohn
prosper, ami long may the people
show their good sense by patronizing
his cheap store. a
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Corrected every week by Messrs. Bum.
FltinAY, November "JH, lST'J.
Low Middlings. 11
Ordinary. lo., [uj
Foddepj per 100 Ihs. 7."?
Koiijjb Lice.S I l?
DR. C. McLANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance is pale and leaden
colored, with occasional flushes, or
a circumscribed spot on one or both
checks; the eyes become dull; the pu
pils dilate; an azure semicircle runs
along the lower eye-lid ; the nose is ir
ritated, swells, and sometimes bleeds ;
a swelling of the upper lip ; <>< casional
headache, with humming or throbbing
of the ear*-; an unusual secretion of
saliva; slimy or furred tongue: breath
very foul, particularly in the morning;
appetite variable, .sometimes \ nracious,
with a gnawing sensation of the stom
ach, at others, entirely gone; fleeting
pains in the stomai h ; o< casional
nausea and vomiting; violent pains
throughout the abdomen; bowels ir
regular, at times costive; stools slimy;
hot unfrcqucntly tinged with blood;
belly swollen and hard; urine turbid,
respiration occasionally dith< lilt, and
accompanied by hiccough; cough
sometimes dry and convulsive ; uneasy
ami disturbed sleep, with grinding of
the teeth ; temper variable, but gener
ally ii ritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to c\ist,
DR. C. Mi I. A M/S VERMIFUGE
will certainly effect a cute.
it does Ni>1" l ON IAIN' MlvKCURY
in any form; it is an innocent prepara
tion, not capable of doing the slightest
injury to the most tender infant.
The genuine Du. McLank's Ykr
Min or, hears the signatures of C. Mi
Lank and Fi.kminc Hk<... on the
DR. C. McLANE'8
arc not recommended ns a remedy " for ai!
tlo- ills tli.it flesh is heir to," but in nffet lions
of the hver, ami in nit Itllious Complaints,
I lyspepsia nml Sh k Headache, or diseases ol
that character, lhey .stand without a rival.
A G U E A N D F E V E R .
No better cathartic can be used preparatory
to, or alic-r inking (Juininc.
As a simple p?rgativ? they are unequaled.
Ill.WAllK OF I.MIT.VTIOm
The genuine arc never sugar coated.
Lach box has a roil wax seal mi i he 1 m? 1 with
the impression Dr. McLank's I.ivkk I'ii.i.r.
Fach wrapper bears the signatures of C.
McI.ank ami Fleming Ukos.
O Insist upon having the genuine Hr. C. Mc
Lank's Liver Tu i s. prepared by Fleming
Itros., of Pittsburgh, l'a., the market being
full of imitations of the name Hicfjttnem
spelled differently but same pronunciation.
? T. C. HUBBELL
I WILL ATTEND TO THE SALES of
I Kent Ertate, Personal Pioperly, Ac., Pub
lic or Private. Business entrusted to him
will be proiliotlv attended lo
nov 28 1879.
I Will S^adTA^tion
The hi ' 'uy in Dee-, 1879, the LoU be
longing . die Estate of \V. M> Hutson,
lying on ah sides, of Amelia Street and
running buck to the Fair tirounds on the
North side nt Amelia and -J 1U deep on the
North sido uf Aiuuda. They will each be
Hold in separate parcels if it is wished. The
terms are oue-lttdf cash, balance in a year,
bond and itioitgage from dale, purchasers
tu pay for papers ami recording. They
will be treated for at private sale until sale
day. W. M. 11U LSON, Kx r.
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In compliance with Decretal Orders made
by tin: Court of Common Pleas fur Ur
angehtirg County, 1 will sell at Orange
burg Court House, on Monday, Dcccm*
der 1 si. lsT'J, within the legal hours, the
Real Estate particularly described in
each of the eases stated below :
Mowrev ix Co., vs. John J. Woodward ami
W. W. Oliver.
A tract of land containing nix hundred
acres, more or less, hounded by lands of
Adam lloltiian, Nancy lloluian, Husxe.ll 11
Zimmerman, W. C. Whetstone, Anna L.
Keilt and (he late Ohn M. Oatit/.lcr.
lY-ruis : Ca-.li, and purchaser to pay for
paper.- and recording.
Henry \*. Kickcnhakcr vs. Jesse N. Ilaig
ler, Adin'r and others.
\ tract of laud containing 202]j acres, on
which i.- the residence of the late .Joshua
Haiglcr, bounded by lands of Uhtier,
Henry L. Kickenhacker, David Fcrsncr
and Patrick Antic)*. Terms : Cash.
Purchaser to pa ? for papers and recording.
Caroline L. Strnnian and others Ex'rs v<
John A. O'Cain.
AH that tract of land containing four
hundred and seventy-six acres, more or
less, boimdetl North and Kant by hinds
lately ol ?r .1. 0. Jenkins. South by land*
uf YY. E I'ooser. and South and Southwest,
bv lands of .John 11 oilman. Terms: Cash,
purchaser to nay for papers and recording.
If terms of sale arc not complied with the
property will be resold on the same terms, on
the next or Millie subsequent sale day, at
the risk of lite former purchaser.
George Boliver v.< Foglc and others.
All that tract of land containing one
hundred and sixty-two acres, according to
a plat made bv M. L. Baldwin in 1874,
ami bounded then Northwest bv lands of
Palmer anil Win. J. Chaplin, Northeast
and East l>y lands then or formerly of \V.
I); utterly and Illume, South by roundning
lauds of Olivia M. Kennerly and South
west by lauds then or George J/eMichacl.
I'erins: One-half cash, and ihe balance <?n
a credit of twelve months. Purchaser to
give bond for the balance with interest
from the day of sale and a mortgage of the
property, and lo pay for papers and record
ing. If purchaser shall fail to comply
the property shall be re-sold the next suc
ceeding sale day, mi the sann- terms, and
at the furnier purchaser's risk.
Wando Mining and .Manufacturing Com
pany, vs. Panicl Livingston, .John
Courtney and Andrewtlellcoat,
All that tract of land situate on the
Ninety-Six Hoad, roiit-inihg live hun
dred acres, more or h-s-. bounded North by
Little Bc.ver Creek, East by lands now or
lately of M. L. Hughes, Southeast by lauds
now or Intelv of Joseph Morgan, South bv
the Ninety-Six Itoad, and West by land
now or lately of W. .Jones. Terms : One
third cash and the balance on a credit of
olio and two years. The purchaser to give
his bond for the credit portion, with inter
est from the day of sale and a mortgage of
the property: Also lo pay for papers and
recording, and if the pureli :scr shall fail lo
comply, the property will be re-sold on the
succreding sale day, on the same terms, and
at the risk of the former purchaser.
(Seorge Boliver and 1>. W. Robinson, vs
Josephine S. Butler and John l>. 1>.
All that lot and buildings on it in the
Town of Oriingehlirg, at the corner of
Amelia and Windsor ?S'licets, measuring
117 feet on Windsor Street, on 1 1*1 feet on
Amelia Street, ami bounded on the South
hy land- of II. Itiggs ami Joseph Strauss.
Mast bv lauds of Henry Smith and on the
\\ esl bv Windsor Street. Terms: Cash.
II purchaser shall fail to comply, the
property to be resold, on the same, or on
-nine subsequent sale day. on the same
terms, and at the risk of the former purcha
ser. Purchasers to pay for papers and re
Bester Green vs. Nero Blume.
All that tract of laud, containing ninety
five acres, more or less, heilig part of a tract
mi waters of North Kdisto Kiver, formerly
uf the estate of George Bonhett, marked in
a plat drawn by S. It, Mcl'ichamp, May ti
1870, as No. ti and bounded Northeast by
tracts numlicrcd 7 \ 8 on said plat. South
east hvCol. U. It. Barton, Southwest \,y
tract No. 4 on said plat and Northeast bv
trad No. ? on said plat. Terms.' One
half cash and the balance on a credit of otic
year. Purcha-er'to gi ve a bund for said
balance bearing interest from the day of
sale and a mortgage of the property, with
lhe privilege to pay all cash. Also lo pay
lor p.ipeis and recording.
Henry Livhuu'-tou Kx'er.
B. Williamson,and others.
All that tract known as the Home planta
lion of the hue Harnet Livingston, consist
ing of two tracts, one known as the Timothy
Grunt, containing eight hundred and fifty
acres, more, or less, and the other bought
by said Itarnet Livingston, deceased, from
Mrs. ll.J. Ilannerly containing me hun
dred acres, more nrlc-s. This hind will be
sold in parcels, according to plat- which
w ill lie exhibited al the Ma'tcr s < Mliec ami
ut the sale. Terms: One-third cash, ami
the balance on a credit of one and two
year-, Purchaser to give bonds |ur the
balance, hearing interest from tho day of
sale, secured by a mortgage of I he property.
Also to pay for papers au I recording. Ifa
purchaser shall lad i" comply, the .Vaster
will ro-soll.o'i the same day, or next suc
ceeding sale day, oi: the same terms, and at
the ri-k of the termer purchaser.
l> A. Melver, Adm'r vs. Elizabeth Spcig
Her ami others.
All that lot of laud and improvements
thereon, in the Town of Lewisville, of the
estate of the lal? Henry I .. Smoku, con.
tninillg about the one half of an acre and
hounded Hast by tho Kail Road, North by
a Street, South by .Vrs Rose and otherA,
and West by I), Melver. A'sc .mother 1
.1 a =_.?. j_. 1-uujjimjusm
Btnnll lot in said Town. Terms; One
half cash nnd tho balance on a credit of one
year. The purchaser to give bin bond for
wtid balance with interest from the day of
nale und u mortgage of the property. Alto
to pay for papers and recording.
George Boliver vnGeotge Williams.
All thai lot of land in tho Town ?f Ot
iingeburg, on which the defendant live,
hounded on the North by a line running at
right angles with tho (load to '.Sunny Hide/
on tue Fast by Briggtuan'a lot, on the
Smith by n BrHticli bounding CorneU'?n's
lot on the West by the said road up to
win-re a ditch intersect*, which lot ooo
taiiis two acres, more or less. Ternu.
Cash, and if purchaser fail to comply the
lot will be sold on the same or the next
succeeding sale day at ibe ri*'i of the tor*
iner purchaser, and on 8ame term*, Pur
chaser to pay for papers mid recording.
Jacob Fogle vs. Smart Loyd.
All that tract of land containing one
hundred acres morn or less, bounded on
the North by laud*of J !I Staler and D
Jones, Kost by lands of James Kips apt! on
the WVst ami Sou'h by lands of Dr. Quct
tlehaum and IS. F. Simmon*. Terms;
Cash tied purchaser to pay for paper* ?ad
recording, if purchaser shall fail to com
ply the laud will be resold at his risk on the
>;one or some convenient sale-day after*
wards on the same terms.
Morgan J and Francis E Keller. Exo'r* va.
?I Lewi* Gibson and John H Livingston
All that tract of land situato in Libertr
Township, containing four hundred acrea,
more or less, bounded by lands of Morgan
Da- is, \j () Jcfcoit, Peter It Pearson, Jacob
Pearson and others. Terms; Cash and
purchaser lo pay for paper* and recording.
If the terms of sale are not complied with
the property will be resold on the nrxt or
some succeeding sale-day on thesamo terinn
at the risk of the former purchaser.
Hugh L Green, assignee vs. Henry Welfare.
All that tract of land containing eighty*
live acres, more or less, situate on Kettle
ISranch, anil bounded by lands of John M.
Myers, June Vogt, FW Vogt Bill Pair
and Kollin A vinger. Terms. Cash, and
purchaser to pay for papers and recording
If the purchaser shall fail to comply the
property to be re-sold at his risk, and on
same terms, on the next or some convenient
sale day afterwards.
Alva (Jage vs Elizabeth Brown.
All that tract of land containing tweWe
hundred acres, more or Its* in the Fork of
Fdiiito, hounded North h? Cooper Swamp,
Fast by lands formerly of Jacob Wolfe,
Smith by .South Ed ism River and West by
lauds now or lately of John ft Milhouse.
John C. Howe and tin- lato John G tinattle
baillil, said land is called the Snake Swamp
Plantation. Terms. Cash enough to pay
all sums actually due to the plaintiff at the
date of said sale and the costs and expense nf
these proceeding* and the balance on a
credit of one and two vears Purchaser to
give bond for said balance with interest
from diy of sale ami a mortgage of the
property and to pay for papers and record
flios. K. Rickenbaker, Adm'r and otherm
vs Ida Zimmerman and other*
All that tract of land of which the late>
Lewis II Zimmerman was seized contain
ing three liundred and eighty-nine acres,
more or less, bound rd North by l ui la cfs B
Itickcnbakcr, Last by lands of S 15 liicken
baker O S Patrick and Frank I*liner,
South by lands of Ned Keilt, Jamas Board
ami estate of Nicholas Till, ami West by
lands of the estate of John Till, David Fer
sucr and the tract alloted to Mrs Ann A
Zimmerman. This tract will he s?ld irv
parei Is, according to plats which will ha
exhibited al the Master's Otlice and at tho
?de. Terms..tine-half cash and t.ie.balance
? ui a credit of one year, secured by l>ond of
puichaser bearing interest from I of?wle?
mid a mortgage of the propeo/, ' purcha
se! s to pay for papers an I ecording- lC
any purchaser shall fail to comply* hi*
share shall be sold at his risk on tho saras
or next .succeeding sale day, oti aamo
Watson A. O'Cnin and others, Admr'a
Valentine l'ithan an I others.
All that tra. t of land, lying on Middle
pen It ranch, containg about seven huu
ilred ami fifteen acres, bountled North by
lands now or lately of estate of Daniel
I'c/ard. Ea?thy lands of Samuel Bor.a-rd,
Si i. 11111 by land* of Mrs C Syphret and 15 er?.
Patrick, West by hinds of A Smoke and
(Jeorjje Bozard, Also, another tract on
the waters of Turkey Hill Creek, contain
ing one. hundred acres) more or lc-?s, bound
ed North by lands now or formerly of
Mary QVain and Soiitb by land* of Mary
O'Cnin and A Waimamnker. Terms.
Due thirti cnae and the balance on a credit
of one year, secured by bond of tho pur
chaser with interest from day of sale and a
inorigngo of the piirclia-er. Purchaser to
pay for papers and recording. The tract
.first ?oeiitione 1 will be sohl in parcels, of
which pint* will be exhibited at the Mas
ter's otnee am'. ,.l the sale.
William C Bee it Co. vs F M Aioser.
All that trad of land containing one.
hundred nnd fifty seven acres, more or less,
bounded by lands of David llorger. by *raet
No .'tot'the estate lands of John Larr, by
the Public or Stage Koad and by tract No.
2 of the estate lands of John Larr. Also
that parcel of land containing about ten
acres, bounded on the North by tho above
mentioned tract, west by the Sta;o Koad
South by tract No 2 above mentioned.
Term*. One-thinl cash and the balance on
a credit of one ami two years, sec i red by
bond with interest from the diy of sale
and a mortgage of the property. P< rcha
rersto pay for papers nnd r .'cording.
All that body of laud containing 4.S0
acres, more or less, hounded bv lands of
Mr* F M A Jenkins and Uellvillo Rotd,
I lamh of J S C lloffm.itl and others, known
as No 1 and 2 of estate lands of Dr. J G
All that other tract of hind contain*
ing il-10 acres, more op less, bounded by
llcllville B ind and lands of W, A. O'Cnin,
K M A Jenkins and II M .1/oorer, and
known as No :t of euato land* of Dr J ?i
Jeiikin-, (so! I to Hfttisfy lien of .1 (i >V
Stroiiiaii thereon, forms. Cadi, purchaser
to pav lor papers and recording
T. W. CLOVER,
Master's Office, Nov Hth 187'J.
Nov. 14 5j