TRUSTEE’S AND CONSTABLE’S SALE!
By Virtue of a Deed of Trust, given by George W. Caton to the undersigned, which Deed is of record in the Clerk’s Office of Jefferson County, to secure certain debts, therein specified to Robert Lucas, Dr. John Reynolds and A. Humerickhouse, I will on Saturday the 30th day of July, 1859, sell at Public Auction, to the highest bidder, at the residence of the said Caton, near Brin’s Ferry, the following property or so much of it as will be necessary to discharge the requirements of the Deed of Trust, to-wit:
Two Mules, One Cow,
1 WAGON and HARNESS,
1 pair of Wagon Ladders, 1 CART–
Household and Kitchen FURNITURE, &c.
Sale to take place at 10 o’clock A. M.
July 16, 1859. Trustee.
I will sell at the same time and place, the residue of the above property, should there be any, after satisfying the Deed of Trust, to satisfy sundry, executions in my hands against the said George W. Caton.
L. Lucas, Constable.
July 16, 1859.
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