made in the above case at July Term, 1852, I will
sell at public outcry,” to the highest bidder, before
the Court House in Winnsboro', on the first
Monday in January next,
TWELVE VERY LIKELY NEGROES
Belonging to the estate of Micajah Mobley,
deceased, late of Fairfield District.
These negroes consist chiefly of young boys and
girls are said to be very likely
Commissioners’ Office, Winnsboro’, Nov. 20,
Will be sold at public outcry, to the highest bidder,
on Tuesday, the 21
day of December next, at the
late residence of Mrs. M.P. Rabb, deceased, all of
the personal estate of said deceased, consisting in
part of about
2,000 Bushels of Corn
25,000 Pounds of Fodder
Wheat – Cotton Seed
Horses, Mules, Cattle, Hogs, Sheep
There will, in all probability, be sold at the same
time and place several likely Young Negroes.
The Terms of Sale will be—all sums under
Twenty-five Dollars, Cash. All sums of Twenty-
five Dollars and over, twelve months' credit, with
interest, from day of Sale, secured by note and
two approved securities.
WILLIAM S. RABB, Administrator.