November 16, 1839
Holly Springs Banner
Submitted by Jean Hancock

NOTICE: By virtue of two executions to me directed from the Honorable Circuit; I will expose to public sale on the first Monday in December next, at the court house door in the town of Holly Springs the following property. One negro man named John and another named Cherry levied on as the property of Joshua S. Curtis at the instance of Henry Love and William Crain. Sale within lawful hours. H. Ferrell, D. Sh'ff. For L. McCroskey Sh'ff M. C. Nov. 16th 1839. No. 38 3 w Prs. Fee

NOTICE: On Monday the 16th day of December next I will sell for cash at the Court House in Holly Springs a part of Lot No 11, situated in the town of Holly Springs fronting South 117 feet Running back north 241 feet Levied on as the property of George R. Craft to satisfy eight Executions in favor of Isaac A. Herron and others all against Needham Kennedy with George D. Young and the said George R. Craft securities. H. Ferrell, Dep. For L. McCrosky, Sheriff. Nov. 16th 1839, no 38---2 w. Prs. Fee.

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE: In pursuance of an order of the Hon. Probate Court of Marshall County, Sep. 1839. I shall proceed to sell to the highest bidder on the premises, on the 12th of December next. The following description Real and Personal Estate of the late Robert Stone dec'd to wit. The North West quarter of Section 17, of Township 5, Range 4 west. Also two likely Negroes, the crop of Corn and Fodder, one yoke Oxen and Wagon &c. There is about fifty five acres of cleared land in a high state of cultivation, on the above quarter section with comfortable dwelling houses, stables outhouses, corn crib, and a well of first rate water only twelve feet deep. A credit of twelve months will be given, the purchaser giving bond with approved security. R. M. Childress, Administrator Nov. 9th, 1839, n37---4 t. Prs. fee $5

NOTICE: On Monday the 18th of November I will sell at the Court House in Holly Springs, Lot No.----(number not given) in Mount Pleasant taken by virtue of an Executors as the property of Thos. Bell, to satisfy C. T. Benton debt and cost. Alf. Simpson, Dep. For L. McCrosky, Sheriff, Nov. 9th 1839, 37 Prs $1.50.

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