Lewis Tumlin

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
November 1, 1888, Page 5
 
Transcribed by 2006
 

Receiver’s Sale.

By virtue of orders of the United States Circuit Court in and for the Northern District of Georgia passed in the case of James L. Rice and others vs. Frank P. Gray and others, the undersigned as receiver for the estate of Lewis Tumlin, deceased, will sell at public outcry to the highest bidder, before the court house door in Cartersville, Georgia, within legal sale hours on the first Tuesday in December next, the following property to wit:

One lot in the city of Cartersville, Bartow county, Georgia, containing thirty five thousand six hundred and seventy three (35673) square feet more or less, being what is known as No. 10 of the Salter survey and bounded as follows, on the east by the lot of John Smith and on the south by Main street, on which it fronts ninety four (94) feet in width and running back therefrom north of uniform width a distance of three hundred and seventy-nine and one half (379 ½) feet more or less to a street bounding said lot on the north.

Also, one city lot in Cartersville, Bartow county, Georgia, containing one acre more or less and bounded north by lot of George W. Towns, east by Jones street, south by a lot of Mrs. S. F. Brahme and west by lots of E. L. Peacock, Tom Ware (colored) and Mrs. J. J. Howard, being known as the old Baptist grave yard lot.

Also two Bartow county bonds, one dated May 9th, 1863, due January 1st, 1864, for the sum of eight thousand nine hundred dollars ($8900), and bearing interest from date at 7 per cent annum.  The other dated January 14th, 1864, and due January 1st, 1865, for the sum of one thousand nine hundred and ninety two dollars and ninety four cents ($1,1992.94), bearing interest from date at 7 per cent per annum.  Each of said bonds having been issued in favor of Lewis Tumlin on the day of their date, by the Superior Court of Bartow county, Georgia, for value received in supplies to feed soldiers families, and suit is now pending in the Superior court of said county on said bonds in favor of the receiver of the estate against said county, commenced by Lewis Tumlin in his lifetime on August 31st, 1869.  Terms of sale, one third cash, one third in six months with interest from date and one third in twelve months, with interest from date.  Sale subject to confirmation by said U. S. Circuit court.  October 31st, 1888.

J. M. Neel

Receiver of the estate of Lewis Tumlin, deceased.

 

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