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exceeding six Unss. inserted free.
Delinquent Land Sales I Wri « , ‘' J fJ
Atintron's Ossies, i
Daklihotoii C H.. 8. C., Nos. 11, 1878 /
In aocordeace with sn not ef the Lc(isln-
ture, approsed 1st day of March, 1878, the
County Tieasurer will offer for sale to the
highest bidder (sot less than the aggregate
of taxes, costs and penalties, expenses of
sale and making out title deeds) en the first
Monday in Deceu her, 1878, and days fol
lowing the fallowing described forfeited
lands. Terms: One-third cash, balance in
two annual instalments, with interest from
date, or all cash as purehnser may elect.
JAMF.1 T. BRISTOW.
Auditor Darlington Conuty.
List Pt|ur ta 187*.
Best Est J H sad JjW, 17* acres.
Uaoot Est Peter
Blackwell M <VWrr-—i*— ' "irnnugs
DuBoae jam—. 1 AW —e ZWtmaingtr.
Daws A 8, 1(N) seres and 1 building.
DuBose Cynthia, 7b acres an 2 buildings.
Oregg Simon. 1 lot and I huilding.
Oainey Mrs Jemima tiO acres and 2 buildings
(Jainey A. E .SO seres and 1 bptlding.
Gandy Wm II, 50scres nnd 1 building
Galloway N 0, 18.1 seres and 5 buildings.
Husbands J II. 1 lot and 1 building.
Hatcheli Est J H, HOacreuand 4 building.
Hill Mickae! Hit) acres ..ud* buildings.
Howell, James Jr. 400 acrces and 0 build
Huggins Samuel 8. 100 scree.
Johnson Est M, 176 acres and 7 buildings
Jordan T M. 60 acres and 2 buildings.
Kelly Sylresler, 26 acres and I building
Lloyd M, 8 acres and 8 buildings.
Morrison K T Sr 240 ncres and t building.
Moya A W. 200 acres.
Peebles W B, 104 ucres and 7 buildings.
Parrnll Mrs M C 144 acres and 2 buildings
Parrott P P 100 acres and t) buildings.
Pnillipe W C 104 acres and 4 buildings.
Raines Sarab 100 acres and 4 buildings.
Bice William M 480 acres and 12 buildings.
Rollins Mrs William 110 acres and 6 build
Smith Alliron 91 acres and 4 buildings.
Sererance M E 107 acres and 2 buildings.
Sweeney Mrs A S V 1 lot aud 2 buildings.
Whittington H 1 loi end I building.
Beasley estate Elijah 140 acres aud 7 build
Beasley estate William 100 acres and 4
Barr estate Mrs L 60 acres and 6 buildings.
Barnes Mrs M IDO seres and 4 buildings.
Best estate Cyrus Sr 60 acres aud II build
Best Cyrus Jr 673 seres aud 7 buildings.
Beasley J A 14,1 acrea and 7 buildings.
Brown Abram 8 acres an i 2 buildings.
Cooper Preston snd Joseph 90 seres.
“FOR US, PRINCIPLE IS PRINCIPLE—RIGHT 1
RIGHT—YESTERDAY, TO-DAY, TO-MORROW, FOREVER.”
VOL. rv. NO 44.
DARLINGTON, S. C.,THUI
SDiY NOVEMBER 28,1878. WHOLE NO. 203.
kr tbf* bunilred serf. „ . u•.» u ... .
. «w avica «UU sb UUllUlDg*.
W adtord Mary A 130 acrea and 1 buildi
Windham William 80 acres and I buildiut
Wadford Geo W 144 acres 4 and building!
Walker Arch 26 acres and 1 building
Wright McDuffie 100 acree and 2 bui!din|
Washington Nellie 63 acres 2 buildings.
Windham J K 188 sens and 8 buildings.
Wright Elias 146 aerws snd 2 buildings.
Wright John Jr 100 and 1 bnilding.
Alexander J R W 104 acres and 8 buildinj
Barritt Charles 8 200 acres and 8 buildinj
Brown Mrs M J 160 acres and A buildings]
DuBose Sarah F 240 acres 3 building.
Fields Miss M, 116 acres and 1 building.
Huggins 8 8, 160acres.
I Joseph 90 seres
Cooper Hannah 123 acres aud 3 buildings.
Carter Mrs 8 60 acres
Copeland B C 108 acres and 0 buildings.
Carter Mrs Eliza 10 acres aud 3 buildings.
Coleman Nero 6 acres.
Clements James RK) acres and 2 buildings.
Cannon J K 60 acres.
Carter estate Sidney 200 acres snd t build-
Rollins Mrs L and children 288 acres and
0 buildings, I Ini and 2 buildings.
Griggs William 146 acres and 4 buildings.
Gainey Reddick 80 acres and 2 buildings.
Graham J M I lot snd 2 buildings.
Gaudy Alack 60 acres and 1 building.
Gurley Sim 1 lul aud I building.
Gainey estate Isaac 100 acres and 1 building.
Gainey Betsey aud Jemima 60 acres and 1
Galloway Joseph 135 acres and 1 building.
Galloway Na bau 200 and 6 buildings.
Garland Asa 220 acres and 6 buildings.
Copeland Reuben i60 acres and 3 bull lings.
Huggins J J B 200 acres and 4 buildings.
Hutson Wiltiav 1 110 acres and 1 building.
Ardrews John E 266 acres aud 2 buildings
Carraway Juba 198 acres and 4 buildings.
Cooper Franklin W. 663 acres 7 buildings.
Clyburu Daniel 37 acres aud 2 buildings.
Carter W 1 128 acres.
Skinner Mrs F 173 acres and 6 buildings.
Sansbury Mrs W A 44 acres an t 6 buildings.
Thomas Henry I acres and I buddings.
Tedder Dand Jr 176 acrea and 3 buildings.
Wadford Jesse 76 acres aud 3 buildings-
Warren Mrs N 496 acres and 8 buildings.
Howell Barney Jr 163 acres 7 buildings.
Howell R A 133 acres aud 4 buddings.
Ham Mrs Sarah 189 acres and 2 buddings.
Hill Esekii l 400 acres and 6 buddings.
Isle Jack l| acres and 1 building,
jackson William 1 lot aud 2 building-.
Johnson J D Ag, 386 acres and 4 buddings
1 lot and 8 buildings.
King Abner } acre and 1 building.
Lloyd Elizabeth 100 acres.
Lloyd M 80 acres and 8 buildings
Lawrence estate A1 E 26 acres and 2 build
Muldrow Elihu Agl 276 acres 6 buildings.
McCown estate S G 1 Jot and 2 buildings.
Minis David J 100 acres and I building.
Amerson Capers 75 acres aud 3 buddings.
Chandler E 200 acres and 4 buddings.
Crosswell W K 345 acres aud 2 buildings.
Hallford Jesse G 70 acres.
Kiff J J 5 acres and 3 buildings.
Kelly G M 260 acres.
King Henderson 81 acres and 4 buildings.
Parnell 8 A 76 acres a: d 4 buddings.
Strother J C 100 aeraaaud X builumgs.
Wadford Wm W 20 acres and 2 buddings-
Freeman Hamilton 200 acres aud 1 budding.
Perkins M A 239 acres and 8 buildings.
Fields M 200 seres and 1 building
Harris M W Agt 160 asres and 5 buildings.
Ham Sarah A 74 acres.
Ham Mary 74 acres.
Hudson William 68 acres.
Blackwell R H 1 acre aud 1 building-
Johnson J W 104 acres and 3 buildings
Johnson G G 160 acres and 6 buddings.
Jackson Zimmerman IHscressud 1 building
Jordan Allred 141 acres 2 buildings.
Kelly Sarah A 87 acres.
Kelly S C 860 sad 1 building.
McGee John A 236 acres |0 buildings.
Newberry A M 70 acres,
Nortlicutl J M 87 sores and 2 buildings.
Odom Q W 48 acres and 3 buildings.
Parrott Carter 20 acres.
Plummer William 160 acres and 5 buildings.
Parnell estate H A 126 acres and 2 buildings.
Parnell Mrs M M 60 acres and 2 buildings.
Pbillipa Mrs S H 240 acres and 6 buildings.
Parrott J W I lot 3 buildings.
Phillips John 1 lot 1 building.
Phillips James M 116 acres 2 buildings.
Pompey Cain 160 aorta and 4 buildings.
Plummer George 90 acres.
Plumtnrr William H 90 acres 4 buildings.
Rose John A agt 280 acres 6 buildings*
Robinson Samuel 42 acres and 4 buildings.
Reynnlds John J 260 acres 7 build ngs.
Ross Joint A 74 meres and 6 buildings.
Rogers J E 232 Bores and 8 buildings
Severance Calais P S 600 acres 2 buildings.
Scarborough O C 80 acres.
Sloan James 1 lot 1 building.
Ssreranor M E 67 acres 3 buildings.
Scarborough Mary J 380 acres and 3 build
Smith Mrs Lou 206 acres snd 1 building.
Thomas D W 29 acres 4 buildings.
Telson Mrs M 0 800 acres and 8 buildings.
Wadford Wm W 20 acres and 2 buildings.
WUbob Nancy 126 acre* Bad 8 buildings.
Huggins W H, 212 acres and 1 buildine
f Kelly Geo M 260 acre,.
?, t Mirtart buiidingi.
King Henderson. 61 acre, and 4 buildings
Keels Dsniel 200 acres and 3 buildings.
Jackson Adam 42 acres and 1 building.
Northcult J A| 128 acres and 3 buildings.
Parnell S A 75 acres and 2buildings.
Plummer John F 350 acres and 6 buildings
Plummer John F 150 and 1 building
Rogers estate W illiam 75 acres and 4 build-
Rhiuehart Caswell 160seres and 8 buildings
Roberson Alexander 75 acres.
Reynold* E W 200 acres. 3 buildings.
Slroiher J C loo acres and 2 buildings
Stuckey Howell 340 seres
Stokes J 11 180 acres and 2 buildings
Swajls Joseph 8 200 acres aud 8 buildings
Truitt William 67 acres and 1 building.
Wadford Geo W 100 acres and 4 buildings
Witherspoon!) W 160 acres and 5 buildings.
Edwards Ned 290 aerss and 2 buildings
Gainey John \ 66 acies snd 6 buildings.
.Welter Erander 100 acrea and 20 buildings.
Odom Z T 110 acres and 2 buildings.
Pills Alexander 362 acres sad 14 buildings.
Sexton Mrs M S 459 acres and II buildings.
Bristow Adam 170seres and 2 buildings.
Bacot Peter B Dr 760acres and 17 buildings.
Blackwell E B 97 acres and 4 buildings.
Jolinsoa M M 76 acres and 3 buildings.
Simmons Evans 36 acres and 4 buildings.
Wilds estates H 600 acres snd 2 buddings.
Williams & t'o Geo W 776 acres and 3 b’lds.
Jordan John T 105 acrea
Nettles .Mrs Mary Jane 94 acres.
Rogers Mrs Mary II 200 acres.
TiIiiihu W C 600 acres.
Adams Henry 1 lo! and 1 building
Baird W J 2 Ids.
Cooper esiale Mrs H 300 acres.
Cokeley II M 30 acres.
Chase Lawson 2 lots and 1 building.
Cole Sidney I lot i building.
Deas William I lot l budding.
Deyancy Henry I Ini. j
Emanuel Nathaniel 1 lot. ‘ 1
Giimbie Giulsen 1 lot and 1
Grant Mingo 1 lot and 1 building \ -
Howe Marion 1 lot and 1 building.
lla^neswotih Augustus 8 buildings.
Hamilton Kobert R 2 lots
Hamilton James 1 lot and I building
Hamilton Kobt one lot and one building
Hamilton Thomas one lot aud one building.
Hamilton Kobt K one lot.
Chase Maria B one lot and one building.
Dewitt Anna one building.
Gasque A L one lot and one building.
Howe John 200 acres and three buildings.
•Jones hv,-irider one lot and two buildings,
Johnson George one lot and one building.
Jacobi M one lot ami one bulling.
.Jacobi M estate one lot and two buildings.
Jackson Andrew one lot and one building
Jackson John A one Sot and one building
Johnson George one lot and one building.
Johnson J H oue lot and two buildings.
Lindsay Jacob one lot and one building.
Mortimer J one lot and one building
Muldrow Jethro two lots and four buildings
Mack Sidney one lot and oue building
Moisson John one lot and oue building
Melton one lot.
McCown J H B estate 12 lots and two bi ds
Moore James D one lot
Marco Samuel one lot
Marco Manuel one lot
Maahington James one lot and one building
Mowry L D &Son oue lot aud one building
Mack Sidney oue lot
Myers Henry five lots and five buildings
Moss Jim one lot
McCown J Morgan 400acres and 3 buildings
McFarland Alfred three acres
Meltichamp S H three lots
.Morse James K one lot and one building
Prince Weston one lot
Patterson Ervin one lot
Patterson Lemuel one lot and one building
Pearsall H 41 acres, one building oue lot aud
Prophett Dorrell one lot and one building
Kicdardson Alex one lot
Rhodes estate A H one lot and 3 buildings
Randolph Henry H fifty acres, one building
Sweeney mm A 8 V one lot, two buildings
iMoeber William 200 acres, three buildings
I ^barloii one lot. one building
Williams 8 W one lot, one building
Waites Elijah one lot, one building
Wilson George one lot, two buildings
Kelly Daniel one lot. one building
Williams mrs Mary 7 lota, two buildings
Chapman Edmund D two lots, two buildings
Cannon Toney one lot, one buildiqg
W r ates John H two lots, one buiidiug
Coleman Nero fifty acres
Darah Fred six acres
Fountain Gregg one lot. one building
Peterkin Jacob 212 ucres
Smith Marlba J 91 acres, two buildings
Truitt John C 288 acres, three buildings
Telson John H 185 acres, three buildings
Windham J W 200 acres, four buildings
Wadford Eveline 100acres, three building
Windham Aaron 80 acres, four buildings
Wilson Mary 40 acres, one building
Wilson W L forty acres, three buildings
Windham 8 I* fifty acres
Windham William 100 acres, five buildings
Wiley Lewis 20 acres, two buildings
Windham Mary Ann 120 acres
Windham William Ctwenty acres
.Wolford Elijah twenty acres
Wi«dford Sarah forty acres
Wiidham R J forty-four acres, 2 buildings
rena M 500 acres, eight buildings
Hickson H E Bthirty acres, one huilding
Hancock J H 37 acres, one building
Gregg R D one hundred acres,
Kirby William sixty acres, two buildings
Langston Thos P 120acres, four buildings
Lloyd Isaac 130 acres three buddings
McElveen J F fifty-four acres, oue building
McGee William E 132 acres
Mcllveen J F sixty acres, one building
Mims J 0 150 acres, one building
Petteway & Moore 125 acres
Reynolds Jacob twenty acres, one building
Thornboro Edward 100 acres, two buildings
Thornal W E fifty aerss. one buiidiug
Stokes Mrs Elisabeth Est, 7 acres and 3
Beasley Anthony, 200acer s and 4 buildings
Blackman M 0 Mrs, 49 acres and 5 build
Carrigan W A. 618 acres and 2 buildings.
Hutchinson Grifin, 100 acres and 4 buildings.
Johnson J W 300 rcres aud 1 building
Jonson Mariam, 596 acres and 1 building.
Kelly B B 16*3 acres.
King Mary E, 300 acres and 4 buildings.
Kelly Robert Est 410 acres and 8 buildings
McIntosh W M, 694 acres and 8 buildings,
McLeod D M. 40 acres and 3 buildings.
Newsom Est 8am’l, 260 acres and 1 building
Oliver, Smith & Co., 275 acres and 3 build
Reddick John, 200 acres and 3 buildings.
Segars Est Burrell, 700 acres.
Wallace Barney L. 82 acres.
W&rren Wiley, 100 acres and l building.
Byrd James. 60 acres and 1 building.
By rd .Miss Sarah E. 200 acres and 16 build
Beard W J. 15 acres and 7 buildings.
Boston Dooley, 150 acres 2 buildiui.
Crenshaw est Getrl, 436 acres and 1 buiidiug
David Jacob 150 acres and 8 buildings.
Gand'^iWilliam li 50 acres and 3 buildings
" ^rankey 200ancres and 4 building
.oderick 80 acres.
A|jy and Jemima 250.
1 tell you Jemima 50 acres aud 1
J Jut fot|
an'l 1 huililing
”. .ftfucres auJ 1 builJing-
Jfihur4l) acre, and 1 buib ing
• ester, 60 acres and 1 buiIcing
H 200 acres and 6 buildings.
H H 278 acres and 6 buildings.
Rugers Joseph E 260 sens snd 1 building
vviidtfani Frankey 100 acres and 3 biA.d
Carter Elliotl & Co 60 acres, one building
Dabney Willism 61 acres, three buildings
Dcveruey William filly seres
Harllee Evaos sixteen acres, one building
Harllee mrs M L 40.) acres, eight buildings
Haul D W sixty-nine acres, two buildings.
Joye W R 220 acres
HcUuglilin H E 160 acres, three buildings
tlcUiiglilio J E 296 acres, twobuildmgs
McLaughlin Alex R fifty ucres
McLaughlin Elihu J fif*y acres
McLeod Rcbt C 833 acres, four buildings
Muldrow Elizabeth 8 117 acres one building
Mudlin J M 69 acres, one building
Meigs M A filly acres, three buildings
Purvis R N sixiy acres
Rsv May fifteen acres, three buildings
Rayburn J W 210 acres, eight buildings
Rogers James F 92 acres, one building
Turner mre Jane 76 acres, one building
Wingate W Z 434 acres, six buildings
Courteney Janies one hundred »cre»
Courteney J A 496 acres, four buildings
Courteney J 8 200 acres, one building
Frierson Richard serenty acres
Ferrell Ourein 116 acres, six building
Graham Sidney 74 acres, lour but dtoga
Hill Micheal agl 100acres, six bo. dings
Ham D W fourteen acres. «tx buildings
Ham John P fifty wres, two buildings
Ham William 360 acres, four buildings
Hawkins George "o acres, I wo buildings
Hawkins Henry JOOacrea, twobuildiugl
Kerby E D fifty acres
Kerb , Reniy 200 acres, two buildings
Jordan P M 100. two buildings
Kerby D P fifty acres, three buildings
McCarthy D L one lot, one building
McGee Pberiba 100 acres.
McGee PAW 110 acres, one building
Munit Cornelius B titty acre-, one building
Oliver N B 160 acres, one building
Gliver James H 101 acres
Oliver N T lOOacres, one building
Pearce John B aut dOO acres, three buildings
Purvis B E ninety seres, two buildings
Purvis W D ninety acres, two buildings
Timmons estate J M forty-six acres
Thompson Emily E thirty acres, 1 building
White mrs 8 J lurty acres
Mkiuson Sarah 26 acres, one building
Beasley J W 160 acres, two buildings
An.der.oo Stephen H 600 acres, 4 buildings
Bpasley William 400 acres, three buildings
Blackwell W A eighty acres
Brown Chas A 223 acres, five buildings
Grantham Wiley lOOacres, fourbuildiogs
HatohellGriffin 80 seres, six buildings
Kelly Wiley 878 seres, thrse buildings
McFarland mrs ENA UO acres, ..building.
Mixon estate C Cfoor hundred seres
Marshall Bryant 171 acres. 8 buildings
McLendon Elixa 160 acres, four buildings
Newman Muldrow 300acres, five butldtugs
Peel Robert 125 asres, two buildings
Sboemake W W 100 sores, two buildings
Seegsrs 8 E 826 acres
Smith mrs d 8 105 acres. 5 b«|!d.»*s
Walter, mrs P elghnr Mr,, . lw0 . b “, -1*
Woodbsm J W Jr 66 seres, five bu'llliogs
Andrew. John and Horans Lemon 62 aerss
Audervon R F sixty acre., one building
Bradley J Eesiate 125 seres, twobuildmgs
Brockmton Randolph 75 nores.
Davit William forty-one scree
Freeman Mall 587 aeraa. three botldinge
Flowers Betsey fifty seres, ons building
Goodson Janies T forty acres
Gray Sarah 125 aerss, two buildings
Mill John F eighty-five scree
Jordan Ann seventy-five ncres
jgttkaon Samuel forty-two n«r««
Atkinson Sarah H 8 acres, one building
Barr Sarah turly-two acres
Brown Abraham 15 acres, three buildings
Campbell John C lOOaerea. two buildings
Dornty J M ISO acree. I href buildings
Davis mrs Jane M and children 810 ncres.
Dowling estate Allen 250 acres, 8 buildings
Evens Robert 26 acres, two buildings
Freeman Hamp 100 Ares, two buildings
Fields Keddin 116 acres, four buildings
Fountain Kohl 104 acres, two building*
Gatlin M L 50 acrea. one building
Gray mrs M E276 acres
Ham William 140 acres, two buildings
Holliman Martha 164 acres, two buildings
Jordan Jerry 82 acres, one building
Joye W R2 20 acres
Jordan Mary 82 seres, one building
Jeffords Mary AG-en acre*
James Simon filly acres, one building
Jordan relate Henry 100 acres, one bul'd
Kilpatrick E 8 69 acres, four buildings
Land Sarah J 102 acres
Modlin Elisa K 8 acres, one building
Purnell mrs C 230acres, three buildings
Parnell C P estate 121 acres, two buildings
Reynolds estate W K 273 acres. 8 buildings
Raines J G 92 aaret, one building
Reynolds Wm cg>»lo 900 aerss, 6 buildings
II ills I' 200k.
James Fremsn fiacrv one buildings
Msrtbsll mrs HJnev2 acres, one building
Melntotfc mrs flherlO acres. 3 buildings
McIntosh RossebOaes, two buildings
Privolt J A 220 krediree buildings
Roberson CoopelhlWs, one building
Sansbury Thornal 34crea. four buildings
Smart Jerry siaifsftncres
Smart Lazarus''>]sc, one building
Smith Jack 70s ■fen.i buildings
Teddar Wiley Tdfiar five buildings
Thompson Jnc« ithifour acres
Wallace mrs A lC26res. five buildings
Wilson mrs L P 40 is, two buildings
Wilson estate Ann lerea. one building
Williams Georgo' Jis, one building
IIions l-'r.inkliJf acres. 1 building
Bacot M -ses $ teres. 5 bnildinus.
Banka Thnuius tires. 1 building.
Powell estate J |) acres, 3 buildings.
STBv Dll WN8III P.
Andrews Thoini)7 acres, 3 buildings
Biss William 3t-res. 2 buildings.
Bond Harriet "res, 1 building
Blackwell SiirnlO seres. 8 buildings
Andrews Elies 10 acres. 3 buildings.
Clement Noel M acres. 2 buildings
Elliott Nancy hscres 2 buildings
Fields B.irlholni200 ucres 4 b'idings.
Fountain 11 M seres, 2 buildings.
Flinn Dr. C J leres.
Galloway Spend acres 2 buildings
Galloway -losepi acres, 1 building.
Galloway NathaO seres, 6 buildings
Harrell Alex'r lercs 5 buildings.
Harris Fchc 73 I, 1 bii;!ding
Harris H II II. res, 2 buildings
Hendrix Mrs. A 275 seres, 5 b’ldngs
Norwood Josish acres 7 buildings
Parnell W C 13 es, 2 buildings
Pagett Burred Ikres.
Scott Lucy Mrs brea.
Scott Cynthia 7.«s. one building
Sims Sam'l B 9i**, 5 buildings.
Stewart J B 41) i, one building
Vaughan Hai ricacres one building
Wadtord L E 3lres, 5 buildings.
Warr Mm. M 51, five buildings.
Anderson Nanctacrea, 4 buildings
Anderson Silas tres. 2 b illdings.
Brown Abruin 7a, 2 buildings.
Atkinson R S 5tes,'3 butldinga.
Campbell Davxl JO aeress. 2 b'ldgs
(tarter Jacob iuO acres.
Coney Mrs >b.A ! seres, 8 buildings.
Charles K K t.Ves, I buiidiug.
Doyle D K a s^5 buildings
OuP job department is supplied with erery
facility necessary to enable us to compete,
both as to price and quality of work, with even
those tf the cities, snd we guarantee ealia-
faclion in every particularor charge nothing
for our work. Wo are always prepared to
fill orders at short notice for Blanks. Bill
Heads, Letter Heads, Cards, Hand kills.
Posters, Circulars, Pamphlets, Ac.
All job work must be paid for
Oash on Delivery.
Kerby M M
ores, 7 buildings
|B8 acres. 3 buildings.
Hill Mary M I acres 2 buildings.
Franklin J .res, 3 buildings.
James Peter res, une building.
Johnson Hai.one lot. one building.
Kelley Willii H) acres. 5 buildings.
I seph 190 acres 4 build
acres 3 buildings,
one lot, 3 buildings.
Lawhon J ucres, one building.
Mi Lend m
Reynolds Elijah 228 acres.
Lunny John, agent 87 acres.
Lunny John, agent 10U acres.
Kelly Atnada A 160 acres.
Windham mrs J E 50 acres.
Wadford Sarah 40 acres.
Windlisnt mrs Sarah T 50 acre*.
Gregg R D 100 seres.
Hancock John H 25 acres.
Kerby Willism 60 acres.
I*ee 0 F SOmcres.
Lloyd (Vino 130 « wK
Thornal William 50 acreujj
Brown mrs Mary 62 acres
Windham John W 800 acre*.
Crenshaw estate Gen’l 436 sere*.
Onuils estate John 210 acre*.
Gandy Win. H 50 acrea.
Wright Jonathan 100 acre*
Farmer Maxwell 50 acre*.
Ijoyns A W 100 sores.
MeLauchlin I J L 100 sere*.
Esiale MeLauchlin Arch 106 acres,
Muldrow E 8 217 ncr.s. one building.
Norton Eli 100 acres, one building.
Rayburn J W 210 acre*, 8 building*.
Rodgers J T 92 acre*, one building.
Throwing James trustee, 106 acres, two
Curri-j Runsene 101 sere*, two buildings.
Erelcigb Phillip 40 seres, two building*.
Frierson Jacob 35 acres one building.
Kerby Ransome 200 acres, two bdildioga
Blackwell W A 80 acres.
Nixou C E 400 acres, eight building*.
Turner Janie* 44 acres, one building.
Marshal Mrs Harriet 42 aer«s, one bld'g
Roberson Cooper 53 acres, oue building
Williams G W 63 seres two buildings
Willtsms estate Ann 100 acre* one bl'g
Bank* Thomas 36 acrea, ooe building.
Andrews Pberiba 74 acre*.
Bell J C 160 acres, four buildi
Elliott Nancy A 71 acres, one
Galloway Joseph 120 acre*. O'
Harris H H H 56 scre-y* ,
Scott Mrs Lucy 32
mn Mi .an-v - J
WRIOHT IfiTp, j
Carter Mrs A P 43 *v Ul/V*, . ' T
Mo.rell Mrs Narcissus 126 a. ,”v ^
Odom Thomas 150 acre* two burning*
Padgett John 60 acre* two building*.
The following letter to a New York
firm is full of fuu and explains itself:
High Point, N. C., Sept. 22, ’77.
Meurt Jo nil ill, Smith it Co :
Gents:—Replying to your* of the
18th mat, I hav. to say, that for the
prospect of having claims placed in my
hands to collect, in this vicinity, and
nothing more, I do not fee! willing to re
port the “standing” of the party men*
tinned, or of any one else. I do not
wish to be misunderstood as saying 1 do
not know that a lawyer would starve tf,
on coifiptimiomr nnd fee* mt
I have had some experience in collect
ing since the war, or rather, in trying
to collect. I have offered to comp
claims by taking old clothes, froten cab
huge, circus tickets, patent mediriue,
whet atones, powder horns, old flour btr
rels, gourd*, coon skins, jay birds, owls,
or almost anything, and yet I have *
nubmer of old claims on hand unsettled
If I were to depend on collecting claims
for my living, my beau broth would get
so thin that it would rattle in me like
pot liquor in a poor dog.
I don’t want to shoot at long taw, but
if you are inclined to pay anything cer-
tain for the desired reports, I’m your
man; say ten dollars cash, then I'm in.
or if money is scaroe, I would take
(hoes, large Nos say 10s, Hr, and 12s,
to the amount of ten dollars st whol*.
It's hard times here—the niggers snd
the Democrats have pulled and worried
each other till this country amrlls like
cheese. How in the world would you
collect money nut of * people who plow
little speckled bulls oo hill sides? If
you were to see a nigger plowing his
garden with a sow, yon would not won
der why I don't want claims to collect
in this vicinity.
Your sincere friend, J. K. Bulla.
A Bird Mory.
A carious incident is related of
nary bird by a Georgia paper,
door of the bird’s otge wss occasionally
left open that he might enjoy th* free
dom of the room. Cue day he happened
to light upon the nianlel'shelt where
there was a mirror. Her* wus * new
discovery of the most profound inteicat.
He gated long and cautiously at himself,
and cam* to the cooclus on that he Lad
found a male. Going hack to hi* cage,
he selected * seed from its box, snd
brouithbAt»« his bill ss yMiJSsfita t 0
tSf etvnsrjf -exerted
new tojttd. fcintiJ.
ecoming weary or tint,
tried THSlheV tack. Stepping back a
few incites from the glass, he poured
fourth his sweetest notes, pausing now
and then for x reply. None name, and
moody and dispirited he flew back to his
pearch, hanging his bead in shame aud
silence for the day, and alfl ougb the
door was repeatedly left open, he refused
to cemc out again.
Oltl 81 Explains the Yellow Fever tn
Old Si met Pete at the warehouse
corner and said
|0 acres. 3 buildings
100 ucres, 7 buildings
Folk E F 53 e 4 buildings.
Pearce Geori 55 seres, 2 buildings.
Rainey O.-bo > acres, 3 buildings.
Rollins Mrs one lot, one buiidiug.
Saosbury D estate 250 acres.
Sansbury W 4 ncres 4 buildings.
Thomas E K 13 seres, 3 buildings.
White Hour 45 seres. 5 buildings.
Williams J . seres, 1 building
Witcover W lot, one building.
William Elix e lot 2 buildings.
Cook H D T -e one lot, 2 buildings.
Carter estate 404 acres.
Fishburu Re C one lot. 2 houses
whit ore township
Bell Evans 1 res.
Killcbrnwu J loti, 1 building.
Fraser Mrs F snd Mrs M J Law 13
Tate Peter 2( res, 1 building.
James Henry 20 acres, one building
Dupree Surati icres, one building.
Lide Richard acres, one buiidiug.
Conner Heur ie lot, ooe buiidiug.
Brown Biddy t lot, 2 buildings.
wki r township
Bass J Ed wit 14 acres, 11 buildings.
Tunnage Mrs try 208 acres, 6 Luild'gs
Weinberg Ab ■ 84 acres.
Byrd J C 12ftMv-3 buildings.
Stanley James I 7 seres, 3 buildings,
Hudson Kstherttf seres.
Honten Mrs 150 acres.
Joe John 50 ats*
Odom G W 4tcres.
Rodgers Robe K 46 acres.
Severance Mrfo'xa J. 82 acres.
Wright Me I* 3'' 95 acres.
Plummer Jof F 160 acres.
Swails John 200 acres.
Truelt Williit 57 acres.
Wilson Mrs M 166-teres, 5 buildings
Brown mrs IM J 150 acres, 3 b'idings
Johnson ui rJt M 69 acres, 2 b Id ings,
Broach Jam* E 100 acres.
Ftqkley Dud ooe lot.
Gamble Ga*en oue lot.
Haselden irs Luey F. ooe lot.
Howe Join 200 acres.
Hamilton .sines oue lot.
Hayneawoih August ooe lot.
Jackson JJ ooe lot.
Johoaoo E»by one lot,
Mellichaup 3 II 3 lots
National lank of Raleigh one lot.
Prince W»tou one lot.
Robertaoe Stephen A ooe building,
Richards)n Jonas one lot.
Sumter (harlotte one lot.
William* George W oue lot,
Walter* John H 2 lot*.
••Who'* payin’ yo’ bode-bill now, dat
hut so much time ter squander ?”
1 feels sick dis moru
gloomily responded Pete.
“Well, I pass'd by whar dat white
man wua sick wid de yaller feeber an’ 1
ain’t so auriiu but dst 1 got er whiff er
“You thinks dat yer got the yaller
feeber, eh ? But lemme tell yer, nigger
if yer did yer wouldn't be atandiu’ round
hyar gougin' yer appetite 'gioat dem
watermillions in dat wuggia 1”
Did yer ebber hub it ? How do hit
How do hit do ? Wait tell yer gits
hit, hoy, ao' see how yer feels! Pse
bin dar an' hit'a felt oh me au’ I ain't
forgot yit de way dat hit gnaw'd on
“Well, what aut de iuterducktry
swymplom* ob de ailment, tell me dat? '
“Why, when yerjesa aettin’'round
'sposiu' dat you’se gwine ter fall air to
er Id’ hundred doller mule an’ ia figger
in’ up de price ob er halter fer hit, yer
kinder 'aptahuns dat yer leff yer ahurt
opin bellin’ when yer got up this morniu’.
Er sorter cole atreak 'pear* ter trickle
dowu yer spiuoua colyum au' den climes
up agio quicker dat hit went down.
Dem jiiunasticks continues tell d'reckly
yer teef won’t stay tergedder, but kinker
boxes wid each udder. Presently de
cole atreak sets down in de niiall ob yer
buck fer ter res' an’ begiog ter ake
Bimeby yer feel hot all ober I ke yer wux
in er house a' fire. Den yer eau't crawl
ter bed, but dc uusses come 'round an'
fotches de doctor ao' de wressle fer er
longer foot hoi' on dis bank ob de ribber
• Deo what dey do ?”
“Planters yer all ober wid mustard,
fills yer up wid febuary fuie ao' pile oo
all de blaukita dat dey kin borrer er beg
fum de oaborx. Den dey gib* yer toe
on de inside an' mo' blankits on de out
aide tell de akerlibrium am restored—
trier dat yer either gits well er die* I’
“How did you atan’ hit?”
“Well, I'ae a toff eitiaeu tor eony
complaint ter tackle, an' I manag’d ter
be dar yit when ole yaller jack fluug up
de fite—but I d'clar' tar grasbua now
dat wus de mos' weak’oio tusaeldie nig
ger ever had, I 'specks dat d’seeie don't
hanker much arter niggers, 'ksae he
don't offen win de fite tell he get* de
fellor turned yaller ao’ nigger* don't
turn wuff er cent! But wheoebber he
git* *r white mau lyin' out lookin’ like
er chromo of er must.ed patch ia blc aj
dere's gwine ter be er hole ia de seme-
terry grouo’ Bex’ day, sbo!”
Revere Injury to the Brain.
Th* braio may be injured without de
stroying life or the meutul faculties,
more thau most persons suppoau. Our
reader, may have read of the mao in
t ermout who had a large iron bar driv
00 tkfough his head, and who folly re.
•owed without any loss to hia mind.
> f he following more recent case ia a
toarkabie one. It occurred in Ohio in
„ , 1 OOU.iettWWtlVWjr™# /cars
Mend. ^ ' NfioJte forty feet BesiaM"* TfiMv
/ ,<fre injuries, his skull was found to
be badly broken, and considerable bro
ken down brain was ooxhig liom the
wound. He wss insensible, and it was
difficult to perenive that he breathed, or
that his heart beat.
When the wound was dressed many
pieces of the skull were taken away, one-
piece two inches long by one inch wide,
another five eighths of an inch long by
ooe and a half wide The membranes
that inclose the brain were destroyed to
the extent of the wound, and the sub
stance of the brain was reduced to a
pulp for an inch deep.
Both before, during and after the
operation the broken brain flowed away
freely. Indeed, au opening in the dress
ing was purposely loft open ; substance
flowing from the wound nearly three
mouths after the accident, when the last
opening fully healed.
The following summer the boy was
able to assist hi* father in errand* and
light work, and gradually became strong
and full to flesh, though he moves a
little sideways. His mental faculties
ire thought to be slightly impaired, he
being much wore petulant than before
the injury. This latter effect may pass
wholly sway in time.
Phillips iind Hampton.
Wendell Phillips, the Mnssechusells
Thersire, delivered ooe of his charac
teristic snarls in the form ofia lecture in
Philadelphia, last Friday night. He
came out strong for Grant for President.
8peaking of national affairs and South
Carolina in particular, the old libeler
gnashed his boneless gum* and aaid t. at
South Carolina was a "dangerous State,
led by that vagabond Governor whocalla
himself Rsmpton, a liar, without charac
ter, morally a bankrupt, penniless iu the
street, who holds the hand of th* traitor
in the WhileHuus* to betray a milHou
of people of their Toles.” Ou last
Thursday, Gov, Hampton was thrown
from a mule and dangerously hurt, aud
it forcibly illustrate* the trnth of the aph
orism that misfortunes never cume
singly that he should have been so vici
ously kicked by a Massachusetts jackass
on Friday.—Sultimore Gazette.
“Stop that car !” cried old Mr. Not-
engale, ehaaiog a flyiog car up the street,
the car fresh as a daisy aud Mr. Noseu-
gale badly blown, and the distance polo
not a minute away.
“Stop (hat car !” he shouted to a dis
tant but fleeting boy.
“Certainly,” shrieked back the oblig
ing boy, “what ahull I atop it with ?”
*11 ia fc- 1 — . 1 -Vmiafi 11
“You’ve got'lUwv fituoh weight now.
said the boy. “That’s what's the ti-uu)>'e
“Call the driver I” gasped the pers
piring citiicn, nod as the car rounded
the corner and pushed out of sight, lha
mocking echoes of the obliging answer
came floating buck :
“All right! what shall I call hiiu?''
The Cheaper Way.
A woman of forty, who looked as if
she could make a two-shilling dinner of?
ten-cent soup-bone, called at the post-
office yesterday to have a letter register,
ed, but when informed that the cost
would be ten cents she fell back Imm
the counter and began thinking. Thu
bright idea came at last, and dropping
her letter into the mail she bought a
postal card, addressed it to the samu
person, and wrote ;
You will find a letter iu the post,
office for you.”
When ahe had mailed the card her
face lighted up with a cute tmilo aud
she went out chuckling :
“When any poatoffice beats me out of
nine cents I want to know it!”
An Editor never mke* m
Without having » proof of it,
Useful Know ledge.
A man walks three miles au hour.
A horse trots seven.
Steamboats run eighteen.
Sailing vessels make ten.
Slow rivers flow four.
Rapid rivers flow seveu.
Storm* move thirty six.
A rifle ball 1,000 miles 4 minute.
A barrel of flour weighs 196 pounds.
A barrel of pork. 200.
A barrel of powder, 25.
A firkin of butter. 56.
A tub of butter, 84.
Wheat, beans, and clover seed, 60
pounds to the bushel.
Coro, rye, and flaxseed, 56,
Coarse salt, 85.
Sixty drops make x teaspoonful.
Three tsatpoonful*,or a ubio-spoonful,
one-third of ao ounce.
Four thousand eight hundred and
forty square yards make ao acre.
A square mile 610 acres.
To measure au aore t Two hundred
and nine feet on each aide, making *
•quire tore withiu an inch.
There ere 2,750 language.
One person dies at each pulsation of
A generation ia fifteen years.
Average of life, thirty-one years.
“Doctor,” said a wealthy petieot
his physician, “I want you to
thorough and strike at the root of the
disease.” “Well, I will,” said the doc
tor, a* be lifted his cscs sod brought it
dowu hard enough to break into piece*
a bottle aod a glass that stood upon the
sideboard. It was hia teat professional
visit 19 that boose.
A Watermelon Case.
A poor fellow was before the Inferior
Court 00 the charge of stealiog a water-
melon out of a brether colored man's
pitch. The case went through
the usual formalities of a trial and was
submitted to the jury foraverdiet. Af
ter a short absence the jury returned
and reported they had found the prison,
cr guilty of the change ; also that every
member of the jury had at some time
been guilty of the same offense and they
unanimously rccomuetided the prisoner
to the clemency of the court. The mem,
hers <tf the court consulted a moment,
and then confessed that they had been
guilty of that offense, and that they had
decided to discharge the prisoner ou the
payment of costs—Safithury WatchmaH,
An editor recently attended the fuuer.
al of a delinquent subscriber. As the
coffin was opened at the grave li-
solemnly and tearfully advanced aod
deposited ia it a straw bat, a linen dus
ter, a palmetto fan, aud such other ai-
ticles ns may be needed in a Tarn)
Do you see the point, delinquoots ?
The harvest is past and the summer
■a ended. S me bitter cold moruirg
you'll say, “I intended, e’re this, to bavo
had my old overcoat mended. Oh, how
can I wear it thus, seedy and rended !”
An orator who was much in dema: <1
in political campaiogs, being asked by
admirer the secret of bis success, replied:
“When I have f»ct», I give ’em fact* ;
hot when I haven’t, I yell and saw the
“Sir,” (aid a lady to a would-be wag
“your jokes slways puts me in mind of
ball ” “Of a ball, madam 1 Why so,
“Because they never bare My
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