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: LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [staclc to be=in *
those who do are re
WEDNESDAY. November 10. : : : 1S-S4. nitlC'll bull} ill?C fl0111
in order to run tl
tn.?c nv The \'k;vs and IIkrai.d.? thnr thev soon becO!
Tri-weeklv edition, four <\o\\nx$ per annum, ' V,, '
in advance. WVckiy ?*dition, two dollars iCll0\is not tos
per annum in advance: two doilars arid A(l(l to this that lie
!*,>>??*?, if no', iai.1 in ail- nM? an(Uh(
Kates for Advertising.?One dollar no further elucidati
per inch (solid minion) for the first inser- sarv
tion, ami fifty cents per inch for each sub- " - *
sequent insertion. These rates apply to __ ... *'
advertisements <?f every character, and are ERSOXAL. .ui^s
payable strictly in advance. Obituaries Hock Hill is i:ow
and tributes of "respect are charged for as u-. , ,
advertisements. .Marriage notices, and ^ musboro. AUh^
simple announcements of deaths, are pub- town will not be a
iished free, and are solicited. Liberal terms > ... ..a*,...,, i,r
for contract advertisements. snc ietuni llC
. . ... favorable imprcssi<
X-v A.iverti^jnenr*. ^ people of the BOI'O.
Election Notice ? G. W. Iiagsdale
and Others. Take Notice.?A
Clerk's Certificate?J. R. Boyles, for gna.os must set
Clerk. loth of October us
expires on that da
Local Briefs. ^.jj ^ave pa
tflv ?The trial justices have not been of their notes.
kept as busy for the past two weeks as * R J '
?tfio infant child of Mr. Dtibose Proposed Chang
E^lcston, died in this place 011 Thurs- The time for the m<
day evening of pneumonia. lature is drawing n
?The senior editor of The News day in November
axd Herald is in Columbia 011 pro- from this county are
fessional business. measures of refor
?Tf i* said that the Bachelors expect taxes, the repeal oJ
President Cleveland to be present at removing of the tria
their next annual banquet. One young memt
?Of the votes cast for Congress in pledged to a constit
Chester county, Congressman Hemp- add the establishme
hill received 1,S30 and C. C. Macoy post for wife-beater
382. tion is the philosoph
?Bob Toombs voted for Cleveland Peusoval M ""
and Hendricks on Tuesdav, the 4th 7\ * \
. , , i. 4 i ? t , i . ter, of this place, 1<
mst., ths first ballot that he has cast - '.,
. V. tor Ocala, Florid:
since the war. , .
-th /*i i < i ^ i expects to be absent
?The Clerk of the Oourt has issued rT . ,
? , , , tie is absent on bu
an unusually large number ot war- ^ J B D
rants under agricultural and rent liens * * \ '
, +, . on Mondav last for
?and still thev come! , , *
;? k , ,, ,, , where he expects t
?A voumr Boro sport tells us that t
at once. Greenville
tnerc were nunc uicn> m, t
*..,,, ,. \ * , x, , a a0<5d opening for
Fair in Columbia last, week than he , , ,
4. , , ~ and we hope that
has ever seen at the capital before. ? ,, _ . , .
1 ? . a pleasant home fo
-.1,0 Democracy of ho county wiIlfflw rich
should turn out on the 24th inst, and hbo - Md
givS to the successor of Colonel Evins, ^
that majority which is due at all times ^ Littlk Talk.to
the party nominee. porter of last wee
' ?A bale ot cotton in* town last Farrow, of Spartan
TWarlnv brought ten cents. It was talking nr? th
^ ? o "IT
the oniv bale the owner made on his Rutherford & Gaf
entire placc, and the buyer could afford Chester, thence Cai
to be liberal. " Charleston. This
_Xhe Bachelors have wired their pie 0f Baton Rong
congratulations to Governor Cleve- Rossville townships
land. Thcv told him of his unanimous railroad facilities, sc
vote in che Boro, and that in his elec- the development ol
tion their Order was honored and the county. Colonel
their protection guaranteed. himself as much en<
, - ~ ?* * rv *- -- v - J
?me ousiut'ss men vi iv??n ityuu versanons nc naa
themselves as well pleased with the thc projected line,
change of the postoffice. The building an(j Chester. Whs
is now beinfr repainted and remodelled woocj an(] Kossville
and will boon be quite creditable to the ?
town aj*4 county. -A- Mistake.?It i
| ,-^ow that Cleveland is elected, ow issue tha
r^BSB^pyaShow many froni Winusboro expect ciated Reformed Pr
appointments under the new adminis- at White Oak, won
tration? "We have heard of several to-morrow with ap
-^inn 'vf t'-vrm nviwff nies. We have nc
Ships in European ports. J authority that these
m ?The chairman of the "Court House j mo?ies have been pi
fcrSw jy"'" ^ie ?f October pre- ur^ay the loth q]
scl:;cuuKrctitIy tuar November Thfi postponement
PPT ^oald "shed a few tears" over the ovving' to the fact
B Grand Old Party, but the funeral has could not be comp
J already taken place and still no weep- originally fixed. T!
Galloway, of L<
?All persons owin^ us for guanos has couseuted to p
are earnestly requested to settle by the tiou Sermon on S
loth of October, and are uotified that December. The K
the cotton option expires on that day. President of
I to ho ni-psr
* - Stewart & center. ?r??.
?The next session of the General 0ccasi01i au^ ta
Assembly begins on Tuesday, the 25th mon^es' TV e hope^t
inst. No measures of very great pub- Another Elect
lie importance promise to come before has been ordered to
that body, and the session will proba- term of Congressma
bly end before the Christmas holidays. Congressional distr
'tu a../v rt?? r*/\n tlla 1?a11 r? ? r> , i t , , .
? tnciu uic uyvn lun vi nxea lor tnat eiecuc
Mount Zion College one hundred and it being necessary
twenty-five pupils, and it is likely that Committee of this
the number will continue to increase, trie 'to call a cou1
During the winter we expect that the Democratic nominat
number of pupils will reach one liun- issued, and in order
dredand fifty. * ried out it is necess:
?It will not be long now before the jjons in each of the i
newly elected board of County Com- trict. This is troubles
missioners will take charge of the we kuow of no plai
financial matters and cares of th* trouble could be di
county. "VYe hope that they will do the long run, it is
as well as their predecessors did, and it is, for when an el
we believe they will. of imnm-fsnnp. thp.
An unusual quantity of land will thoroughlv orsraniz
1)0 sold heie b\ the Clctic of the Oourt the usual maimer p'
and the Sheriff on the first Monday in *jie fldj. -\ye
December next. Land is very low in tci.m wjy qUietjy
this county at present, and parties -idesiring
good and safe money invest- Cotton" Statemes
ments should be on hand on that day, *s the comparative c
ready to get good bargains. ^e 15vee^ ending N
?"\Ve hear it suggested by a practi- recciPts at E
cal farmer that lands which were too during the week 267
hard to plow a few weeks since, on *ast }"ear 240,027; to
account of the dry weather may now date 1,952,523; to sc
be cultivated easily enough, and this 1>S79,969. Exports
it is said is the case in all protracted 332; same week last
droughts. It might be worth while exports to this date
just now to give the statement a slight date last year 897,8
examination. United States por
?Since Cleveland^ election cotton timc last year S4S
has gone up in TV'innsboro from a half interior towns 96,52
to three-quarters of a cent. Enthusi- Vear 16$,942; stock
astic Democrats attribute this improve- same time 1;
ment in the market to the triumph of stock of American
the Democracy and the consequent Britain 201,000; sa
assurance of an increased prosperity 216,000.
tlnoighout the country. Cotton on ^ admiraule
"Wednesday brought 9.25. anl to notice publi
?The performance of Yirginius by umnSj the Kev. Neil
the amateur club of this place has been ere(^ au a(jaress in
Hxed for Friday night, the 21st inst. formed Presbyteria:
jjfejtBffL The young ladies and gentlemen in pjace on jast Tuesc
^^^flj^hargc of the play are now rehearsing ?>ressly selected as
Hrhtly, and they hope to be fully Yery admirable adc
Btdy and equipped by the night now anc^ trials in Mexi
||icd for the entertainment. At the tvv0 hours he held tl
^Kiclusion of Virginias a laughable tjon 0f a ]aVge am
grewlli-ce will be given. W c have no encc> Mr. Presslv, (
|^?QOubt but that Winusboro will, as saj^ much that \va
usual, turn out en masse to hear these justructiVe, and his
performances by tne young people ol aiKj experienc<
Ihetown. * to his hearers an exc
A corresnondtnit who thinks of on- the charactei and 1.
tering the field of journalism writes to pie. The speaker is
ask bow it is that editors as such find the Associate Kefoi
so much difficulty in contracting matri- Church of. the South
monial alliances. Xow we want to ico, and since the
say to this young fellow, that assum- his work in that fie
ing for the sake of argument, that such accomplished much
is the case, it can be very rerdily ex- his church have n
plained. In the first place the very encouraged. Mr.
best looking men never go into the family are now visit
newspaper business, a momentous ob- They expect to !eav
ith, and sccondlv home in otir neighboring Republic. J. R. Mc^
quired to take so The best wishes of the good people of ers consti
i one and another j Winnsboro will follow him back to his j sion. Th
ic paper decently ! home on the Gulf. i side, pre?
tic verv low spirit-! " 0 i the charge
ay .tow coaches I A Srexooiuiinai for the Sixth ; mcamne
is'alwavs tbe first I C.rcuit.-Wc would like lo ask each , thc peopic
i ' -a , a I member of the Legislature from the i ron
; last man paid and , . . ? ... . .. 10'k C011
11 f?ul* counties which constitute the! . j to
011 will be neces- . , - . ?iau w 11
Sixth Circuit, why some provision ; past0r of
^ should not be made allowing a steno- j Lovvrvsvj
^ ,1 :? Amnmnnrl i . *
Alice .uoore, 011 grapuer jii i;ns cnxmu tt u wuji?v.?u i motion t
visiting friends in this question to the attention of the | appGar an
:>pc her visit to our aforesaid members and to every other > af(er t^e s
sliort one and that member of the Legislature, who is in j ^ xion cl
ime with the most favor of a reduction of taxes. Such i *jons s^or
3u of kthe young an officer can be had for a salary of j bein<r r0 j
81,000 per annum. A learned judge ! tery adjou
"TT ~ . of the State lias estimated that the !
.11 parties owing us: , , ? . ?
, , ? court cost the countv lo cents a minute
tie on or before the ? -r,,?
; a verv moderate estimate as can be ! The Cro-wc
the cotton option j , , ,
y. After the 1.5th ?aS''-v S.I'0W": ,h? sinograph, j
V the monev value C1' by fd',"gin lhc dlsl,atch 01 b,,s,ness i and
saves to the county at each term of the j ~
HcCaklev & Co. ,court a" "e';aS? ?f ol1*-' tweuty-four 1 |
hours?$216, lor the twelve terms of truth anc
es ix the L.\%v.? | court, held annually in the four conn- the week
ieting of the Leg-is-! ties, there would be a saving of$2,592. This mon
icar?the 4th Tues- To say nothing of the inestimable im- i"fect th;
'. The delegation j provement which such an officer would mcet'the^
: pledged to severalj be to our present system for the ad- j Main strei
m. deduction of j ministration of public justice. The was mud
i the lien law, the j reform is imperatively demanded upon trouble, h
- _ constant \
1 justice'System &c. mere principles 01 pure economy. the thorol
>er unmarried is . the sun, tl
, . , , Canvassing the Returns. before the
utio?:al amendment . . _ oeiore ine
A e- Both boards of Commissioners ot the evenir
nt of the whipping- ^ , fni Knf t>
s. Vcrilv Legisla- ElM'io? for **,r?cld com,t-v Plccef" [S.," "
iv of experiment. ed> 011 T"csaa>' 'j15'- the a?a hact
votes cast in the late election, and to prosecute*
George II. McMas- declare the .result. The following is Thousaj
iit a few davs ago the vote for Electors and for Congress- the morni
,r , "r , made littl
i. Mr. McMaster men: Fairgrou
. for several weeks. electoks. sands&on i
siness. Isi)ac Mi jjrvan - 1,S08 the rfil'ecti
ass left Winnsboro j0hn D. Kennedy 1,808 [JjVdmiu
Greenville, S. C., B. H. Rutledge 1,80S trances th
o-go into business Robert Aldrich 1,808 yet at noo
s will no doubt be C. Benet 1,808 admission
our young friend, john E.Bacon 1,808
Greenville will be w. L. T. Prince 1,808 fug in all
r him and that he L. Manninsr 1,S08 which cot
n the fruits of his jas. D. Blanding 1,808 sides, tile
? ' times jam
; W. D. Crum 191 ctj a tjic
?The Chester P ^ W Kussell 198 Reeves^ J
e A v h CoHin5 . .197 all it cou
k says: "Colonel ? ^oHnu* A* Duncan f<
burg, was Iiere last ' . happy.
le extension of the J- a Hu"mcutt "f /here ;
fney Railroad to O.C. Turner 198 ade stone
mien, Sumter and F.A.Clinton t je"sawf
rould give thepeo- Wilson 197 an(j at aj
? r m? IOC ,
e, Hazlewood and I J-1101111155 ouskhis j.vw were nun
an opportunity of! . congressman. up-countr
> much needed for j William H. Perry 1,764 belon-eT
those sections of Scattering 5S lumbia ti
Farrow expressed mu fn ^ ^ * i nearly ev<
, ? 1 The following is the official state- *, T
:ouraged from con- e* ?. tics and is
? ment of votes given for fetate and vvhere ar
with peop e along county 0?gcers at the last General elec- with the
between Gaffnev tion; ' Judging
it sav the Hazlc- m , and the n:
, . Total number of votes cast I,6b6
people? people n
J for governor. feminine
svas announced in j Hugh S. Thompson received 1,664 bright.
.t the new Asso- Total number of votes cast....1,664 The fol]
esbyterian Church, I for lieutenant-governor. by citizen
Id be dedicated on j John C. Sheppard received 1,664 j Jersey 1
ipropriate ceremo-1 Tc^al number of votes cast.. ..i,ut>* wies, wo
,w to state, upon! fob secretary of state. _ Jersey <
interesting cere- i James N. Lipscomb received.. ..1,676 1 premiuc
DStponad until Sat- Total number of votes cast 1,676 Gnerns<
"IPtefieraber uex:.. ' .,for attorney-general. Flenni keii
-tvas necessitated,- Cnarles Richardson Miles ree'd.. .1,676 GFuerns<
tL-b the church Total number of votes cast.... 1,676 ken, 1st p
dieted by the day for state treasurer. Guerns<
ae Rev. Jonathan Johu P. Richardson received. ...1,676 R. Flenni
>uisville, Georgia, Total number of votes cast?1,676 Guernse
reach the Dedica- for comptroller-general. R. Flenni
unday, the 14th of William E. Stonev received 1,676 Guerns(
ev. W. M. Grier, Total number of votes cast 1,676 Turner, 1;
Erskine College is for superintendent of education. Guernse
inton that interest- Asbury Coward received 1,676 niken, 1st
ke part in its cere- Total number of votes cast... .1,676 Herd of
o be able to attend. for adjutant-general. Turner, 2i
ion- -An election ! A* M* MaraiSault received 1,676 Gnernse
, * \ Total number of votes cast?1,676 lstpremii
fill the unexpired ' n,,?
n Evins from this foe senator. Gnen*
ict, and the time Thos.W. Woodward reccived...l,6,3 premium
>n is the 24th inst. J- C. Coleuian received 62 Jersey c
for the Executive Total number of votes cast.. ..1,,00 mi
Concessional dis- koe representatives. _ Je se> I
,r . Chas. A. Douglass received 1,671 tries), J.]
srention to make a r?, _ _ ? . , T>?,f . _
? , , Thomas S. Bnce received 1.6/1
;ion, a call has been _ _ , , . ' .
for this to be car- Shendan E. Rutland received.. . ,669 ?^rstoc
irv to have conven- TotaI number of votes casU" '1'671 ^ M
+kv/i-c constitutional amendment. v i5est dal
winnt.oe -in fhic flic. k/vvi 1 cf n,
^ A. i VU1C r .. 1 00 X**' I'1
iome,certainlv,but eS ' " Best ns
1 bv which all this bermuda),
J , ... , Total number of votes cast 1,683 mium.
spensed with. In 1
u Li u ? for solicitor.
^r? a . ^ f* e.rf^ J. E. McDonald received 1,686
ection is to be held , , .. ,' .
party should be Total nvmber of votes cast.,.. 1,686 JfARluEI
ed and should, in u for school commissioner. Gibson, Es,
[ace a candidate in John Boyd received 1,647 of Novemb
lace a canoiuaie in number 0f votes cast... .1,637 Lindsey, M
>e this unexpired n Ti j;'c
x _ . * ,, for county commissioners. c. janieb
given to Fairfield. _ ^ TT . , , _.Q
James G. Heron received 1,648
;t.?The following Dixon H. Robertson received... .1,648 E!LE
otton statement for James L. Richmond received....1,648 ^.
14 1004, 1 1 ?AQ /\
JL-X, JLVU-X. JLUUU llllUlUCi VI UOOl ? 5 VTO qq?
"nited States ports for sheriff. in Fairfie
,S72; to same time John D. McUarley received 1,638 24th inst.
ital receipts to this Total number of votes cast.... 1,638 j}fs
tine date last year for clerk of court. the Unexp
for the week 217,- "W. H. Kerr received 1,638 H. Evins
year207,401; total Total number of votes cast,, ..1,638 opened at
1,038,069; to same for probate judge- ?- ~~
>36. Stock at all J. Rw Boy res received ..,1,637 ^he fc
ts 779,817; same Total number of votes cast... .1,637 have been
,619; stock at all forcoroxer. election:
9; same time last George S. Hinnant received 1,637 Q^pavis^
at .Liverpool 444,- Total number 01 votes cast l,bo/ Montiee
ist year 434,000; ? Ladd, Jan
afloat for Great Bethei" Presbtteey'-a ?" mcet- Horebme
time last year iDS of tbe Bethel p"sbyleiT of the James Gle
Southern Presbyterian church was xongue:
held at Scion church in this place on
Address.? Pursu- last Wednesday eveniug, the 12th inst. j0nes?E. <
ished in these col- The meeting was called for the pur- Bear Cn
: E. Pressly deliv- pose of making arrangements for the Wilson, J.
the Associate Re- installation of the Rev. J. P. Marion
a church in this as Pastor of Lebanon and Horeb Gladden
lay evening. Mr. churches in this county. There were C. S. Ford
the scheme for his about seven members of the Presby- Feasten
Iress, "His labors tery present, but a sufficient number
co," and for fully to transact the business for which the Lam*or h.
ie undivided atteu-! call was issued. The Rev. D. E. Jor- The abo
I appreciate audi- dan presided at the meeting. On member oi
luring his address, motion, the Saturday before the fifth . \
s interesting and Sunday of this month was fixed as the ^ tjje o;
descriptions of his day for the installation ceremonies at to receive
j 111 Tampico gave Lebanon church. The Revs. George and instru
;ellent insight into Sommey and J. S. White and Elder
labits of that peo- J. L. Harris were appointed a commisthe
missionary of sion for this purpose. Mr. Sommey Commi
med Presbyterian is instructed by the Presbytery to pre- 3 NovlSti
1 at Tampico, Mex- side and preach the sermon, and de- ~ ~
commencement of liver the charge to the pastor. The T1& O S
Id in 1879, he has Rev. J. S. White will deliver the FOR
good, and he and charge to the people. The Saturday vJ/ lege S
inch reason to be before the second Sabbath in Decern- andMr. U.
T>_~ 1? 1,:?. V/N.. ?l, ~ t 1-.. It.. T> ?T lonnorv lei
xi^My uiiu 1110 uci id iuc ua> jsct apmi uv iut; rrebU)- ^h trad f
ing relatives here, tery, for similar ceremonies at Horeb ^ ^ Chested
e shortly for their church. The Revs. D. E. Jordan and Oct4fx3iB
J ; a
Upine and Capt. I. X. With- 1EBE'? STATEMENT.
tate the appointed commis- | -j^y
e Rev. Mr. Jordan will pre- Corarr Cohmiss.oxeks- Office, ?u
ich the sermon and deliver Wrereuono, S. C., Nov. 12.1SS4. ? ? i!
! to the pastor, and Eev. Mr. in ACCORDANCE \VITn SECTION FIRST
^ deliver the charge to 630, Paragraph 1 and 2 of same, I lierebv
Eev. W. T. Matthews, of certify that " "^e h'j J
mty, announced that the dc- j. R. Harvey has attended as County lowin'f
;sig-n his pastoral charge, as Commissioner 74 days 00 Ail t
Olivet and Zion church near rave ^ miles, 1,424 '1 lying,
lie, in York county. On ?2i9 20 |j|ia
hese churches are cited to J. A. Hinnant has served as County .' .
d show cause on Wednesday TMSTis-!oner f nda>'s ;-Sl74 00
i o i u i.i tv i ! Tra\eled, miles, 1,912 93 GO acres,
second Sabbath in December lands <
inch, why the pastoral rela- S2C9 go iiobt.
tld not be dissolved. There J- L. Richmond lias served as Coun- known
further business, the Prtesbv- _ ty Commissioner 97 days $194 oo known
irued. Travj^d, miles, 2,655 i:>2 75 j
* S:}26 75 I All
THE STATE FAIR, ' . , .
The Board of County Commissioners ha?f '
u-i.Lt ofPremiams taken by j^en In session 37 days during the present ?
Citizens of Fairfield. fl$ca| ^ ^ La, oh,
utobia correspondent of the 31 18w I
I Com ier of the 14th inst., i ai^ furtlier certify that no accounts ?C1
j big day at the State Fair: have been audited or allowed without * f ^
ay of the Fair has come in having been verified and sworn to accord- ilftVnf
I ths prediction of success for ing to law during the past fiscal year. ' ?/?!I,
: have been fully verified. - j Pv BOYLES I
ring; the weather was no less " Clk. Bd. Co. Corns. F. C. I ...
an it has been for weeks in Novisfixi All
, and the city braced itself to " land, 1
ong-expected rush of visitors. ?T c 4 T ? County
Dt had been watered until it - A a A Lb. Carolir
OF SOUTH CAROLINA, vas
the rush of travel along . ..... couxty of fairfield.
lghfare and so general was rrr w Va? ? . , . . , , . T1! ?
_A__ > ? , W. Hi Kerr, as Administrator, and Others, John 1
mt nnnn had hardiv Dassed I PljtfntifFs. T*. Saml. II. Martin aiul Oth- P. Mo
j air was hazy with dust. In ers, Defendants. wav ]0!
ig, indeed the dust was fear- TV _.?CT.. Ferrv '
Too^lofd^in'^faSs I ^Com4n Ple?s made in
, too full of dashin? carnages tlle j^)0ve.stated case, I will offer for sale, Au ti
s to allow sprinkling to be before the Court House'doorin Winnsboro, ,
3. _ on the " of land
",gh^rP^dTermij?orUv fBST MONDAY IN DECEMBER Lnth?(
e stop but dashed off for the next, within the legal hours of sale, at
nds. Early in the day thou- P^c.outcry, to the highest bidder, the
'not and in hacks swarmed in loljowing-descnbed property, to wit: 0lG
oot ana 111 nacks swarmeu All that piece, parcel or tract of land, Waterc
ion ot the Fair, bo great was lying, being and situate in the County of of S. .
? that it was found necessary Fairfield and State aforesaid, containing Moble\
many hundreds by other en- y . ^ EIGHTY-FOUR and .Tai
an the registering turnstiles. Acres, more or less, and bounded on the leading
in tne turnstiles showed 3,000 north by lands belonging to the estate of !
s. There was little abate- Elizabeth Busby, on the east by lands of !
ie rush for hours after. The W. H. Ruff, on the south by lands of J All 1
vere blaek with people mov- Rebecca Oneal, and on the west by lands j land, 1
rlirnotions and see everything of & P- Curry. j County
ild be seen outdoors. Be- terms of sale: j ?;aroiiu
i new main building was at One-half_ of the purchase-money to be | one tj
med. Its balconies contain- *n cas^> the balance on a credit of |
msand oeoDle listening to ^elve months frora tke da>T of sale, with |
?,?,?.,,5 hJS interest from the day of sale, to be secured more o
3andf and machinery ha.I had by bond of the purchaser and mortgage of R. K.
lu. accommodate. ^ President toe premises sold, the purchaser to pay for Pickett
jit success in the air, and was^ all necessary papers. " \i,.~ ?
"W. EL KERR, F \r*
side-shows, beer and lemon^Perk's Office, C. C. C. P. F. C. aijH*kn
Is and restaurants were in a JSrTi'
the extreme bliss. The peo- * xovSixtd'
ivery thing, heard every tiling . 1 j All
id drank a good deal* There t?t> tryc c 4 t t** 1 ^
dreds of pretty girls from the " " County
y attended by their best STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Carohl1
in, all looking as if the worlds '
to them. The people of Co- county of fairfield. more o
J i/vrt Di?nffrr . .., L. ^ ^ I t> T*"
irneu uut, wcu, ww. * 1 ' Marion M. smitn, riainnii, vs. jtugema u. ju. i\.
jrybody of note in State poll- Craig, Defendant. j Pickett
tw and agriculture was some- pursuance OF AN ORDER OF ! as the '
ouud. I could fill a column _|_ the Court of Common Pleas, made in All ]
names of colonels alone, the above-stated case, I will offer for sale, j the del
by the dressing of the ladies before the Court House door in Winnsboro, Mockb<
ten there were very few poor on the Marion
i the crowd. The average FIRST MONDAY IX DECEMBER lev, Jr.
attire was conspicuously . .
next, within the legal hours of sale, at C1
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the onenn
lowing premiums were taken following-described property, to wit: Wins
c nf this oonntv- All that certain plantation or tract of Xovem
s oi.tnis countj. . land> sitaate and lying in the County of NovS
julls, 1 to 2 years old (4 en- Fairfieki, in the State of South Carolina,
crnd premium, J. B. Turner, containing ,
iows over 3 years (26 entries) ON2 HUNDRED AND FIFTY-TWO 1
n, J, B. Tamer. * " Acrzs, more or less, and bounded on tlie l O di
hnll nvpr ^ vpsitq T) "R nortlil)^ lands of the estate of Trapp, forp tlir
jj bull ovei 6 jears, v. it,- deceased) on the south and west by lands ( i ? o
i, 1 premium. * ,/ (*CH A. Glenn and Mary A. Bookman, the U0l(>'iy
bull CalveS, 1>.7R. Flcnni--j Columbia Road and lands of K. H. Jen- FIRST
reminm. " - - ninss* . next, ^
;ycow, 3 vears or over, D. ? tehms of sale: . to the
ken, 1st and 2nd premiums. 9,n?-half. of+1th? purchase-money to be f01'0 1.
' ^ paid m cash; the balance on a credit of All ti
}y heifer?, 2 to 8 years old, D. one year from the day of sale, with annual lying, I
ken, 1st and 2nd premiums. interest thereon from said day of sale: the of Fair
v -r- i i ? t t> purchaser to give his bond, secured by a i;nn. ,.0
iy heifers, 1 to 2 years, J. B. mortgage of tne premises, and the purclias- '
;t and 2nd premiums. er to pay for all necessary papers.
'-v heifer calves, D. 31. Flen- Clerk>s 0ffice, c.C.CEp.\ C. ^rth b
and 2nd premiums. "WinDsboro, S. C., ns tho 4
' Jerseys (6 entries), J. B. ' j * V.
nd premium. , | ?* Eliz:
:y heifer calf, J. B. Turner, CLERK'S SALE. ! ^Levk
>y heifer, J. B. Turner, 1st STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, ^ Itai,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. SS Adl
:ow, J. B. Turner, 2nd pre- Mary E. Robertson and Catherine Kelly, dcceasc
' Plaintiffs, vs. Chas. F. Harrison, Eliza- u,
, 0 u ? beth J. Brown and Others, Defendants,
teifers 1 to 2 years old, (8 eu- \Yn:ii
R n,.om n? TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF \-OVPm;
Turnei, 2ndpiemmm. J_ the Court of Common Pleas, made in " Vr>vs
ishel of Manuel "Wurzel or the above-stated case, I will offer for sale, ^ovo
k beet, J. B. Turner, 1st pre- bef?re the Court House doorin WInnsboro,
_ _ ^ . 1 FIRST MONDAY IX DECEMBER CT\TP
e clover hav, D. R. Flenni- oiah
remium " -next, within the legal hours of sale, at
.<* ?? w public outcry, to the highest_ bidder, the
""J following-described property, to wit: t> c -r>r
, D. R. F.euneken, 2nd pre- All that certain tract of laud, situate in \ Scli
the County and State aforesaid, contain
^ ing jy PU
HYMENEAL.. j TWO HUNDRED _ tile abov
.. ., . _ ? Acres, more or less, and bounded by lands before tl
>, at the residence of H. M. 0f Oliver Sloan, Margaret J. Sloan, James on the
5., Columbia, S. C., on the 10th P. Mac fie and others. * pjjjs
er, 1884, by the Rev. W. C. terms of sale: next wj
r. Preston G. Smart to Miss ()ne.tbird of the purchase-money to be public o:
fielton, both of Fairfield. paid, in cash; and the balance in two rollowin
equal annual instalments, with interest All tlu
from the day of sale, payable annually, to land, ly:
CTIOotf NOTICE 1)6 s cura(l by bond purchaser "and Stat<> o\
* . mortgage of the premises sold, and the Creek, v
tion will be held at the van- purchaser to pay for all necessary papers, 111 g
precincts established by law W. H. KEKR,
Id County on Monday, the Clerk's Office, C. C. C. P. F. C.
, for a Representative to Winnsboro, S. C., Ac?res>11
from the Fourth Congres- 188i *?$
tnct of South Carolina to fill . 1 , James
ired term of the Hon. John ?- Reynold
PROBATE JUi)(iESSALE. .
>. m., at which time the votes STATE 0F SOUTH CAROLINA, n^nf;hj
blicly counted. ' Pam m (
illowing-named gentlemen cotjktt of fairfield.
appointed managers for the m THE COUBT OF PROBATE. njs or lie
,, _ tj -vf^or-fc Toe WilliamS. Alston, as Executor, Plaintiff, portion*
T ?,?,*. i C^ ' ^ against Joseph K. Alston and Others, a lnor^
W. J. Elliott. Defendants. option t<
Ho?A. M. "Wallace, A. TV. TXr ^ . rvpr>irr> nr PurchaS<
IPC TT Aibon P< PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF topavf<
a p t.k tt r rp -* Court of Probate, made in the
a. sr. Lvov, u. (j. irapp,- above-stated cause, I will offer for sale, be- Clerk's <
nn? fore the Co art House door in Winnsboro, Winns
sville?R. "Wade Brice, John on the Novemb
G. S. Tennant. FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER Nov8t
ly?S. F. Cooper, W. S.
Gr. Palmer next, within the legal hours of sale, at
orA- Tomoc p n.ii*o tt r public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
n"tim? ' foUowing-described property, to wit:
nonmail. All that nieeff. narcel or tract of land.
s?James Hollis, Dixon H. lying, being and situate in the County of
, F. A. Neil. , Fairfield, in the State of South Carolina,
,'s Grove?J. M. Hi^gins, known as the "Buffalo" or "Piney Woods"
I, R. W. Featherstone.? tract, containing
Feaster Lyles, W. poUK HUNDRED axd SIXTY-THREE _
osby, John Walling.
ood?C. Gr. Hoffman, A. J. Acres, more or less, and bounded on the
E Hood north by lands of Charles A. Abell, on the Ssf4 A
ve-named gentlemen (or one ^y lands of the Estate of Jolm Broom, -p"
deceased, and on the south and west by It
f each pi ecinct board selected jail(js 0f j_ Russell Black and Aaron Edgar v
ovo horohu t-? n j g
v? UA V 41V? Vv/j JTOWC1L i
to be "at Wiuusboro oil Fri- The above-described tract of land is now 1-,
1st inst., to be qualified and being resurveyed, and the sale will be I V
the necessary boxes, papers made according to the plat which is to be /.'
ctions. made from such resurvey. The plat will
Gr W R A.GSDALE ex^ib^edon (*a>'ot sa^e- J
R. E. ELLISON, ' terms of sale: j c
JNO. S. REYNOLDS, One-tliird of the purchase-money to be \
ssiouers of Federal Election, paid in cash, and the balance in two equal I
annual instalments, from the clay of sale, y
with interest from the day of sale, pay- j a
^ able annually; said balance to be se- w ti
TORES FOR RENT cured by the "bond of the purchaser and a *
mortgage of the premises sold; the purSALE,
Corner Main and Col- chaser to have the option of paying the
treets, Winnsboro, S. C., now entire purchase-money in cash; and the
r Mr. John P. Matthews. Jr.r purchaser to pay for all necessary papers.
. . - . ~t ~r B0YLE5, J. p. V.
r. Apply tog DESp0RTES< Kovllfxtd
ifhi. i ii 'tr1, i. jib
SHERIFF'S SALE. | CLERK'S SALE.
ii tuc oi tin execution to me a cattto /?*
irectcd, I will offer for sale be-!5TATE 0F S0UTH tAK'
3 Court House door 111 "\Yiuus- j county of fairfield.
' 0,1 ; Jas. W. Bolick, as Administn
MONDAY IX DECEMBER Martha L. McCarley, Plaintiffs,
rirhin the legal hours of sale, to IIa11, 1>efen(lantliest
bidder, for CASH, the fol- TX PURSUAXCE OF AX OR
-described propcrtv, to wit: 4* t]ie Court of Common Pleas,
iw nippp Tvirrnl or trirt of land the above-stated case, I will offer
hat piece, pa ce oi_ tract or ana, b fore tl Court H door inW
being and situate 111 the County ontjie
tield and State ot South Caro- first MOXDAY IX DECE:
mUming next, within the legal hours of sal
K nuXDiciiD and forty-four He outcry, to the highest bidder, ti
more or loss, and bounded by ing-de^ribed property, to wit:
fn- \ \i;pMlw pctoto nf All that tract of land, formerly
ot Jas. A. McCi01 ey, estate ot -n? tQ th0 estate of Jol^ Vance) Patterson,
and a tiact of land tii0Wn as the Moody Hill Tract, 1
as the "McCr?>rey land" and situate in the County of Fairfield;
as the "Bucklick Place." aforesaid, containing
ALSO, TWO HUNDRED AND EIGHT
that piecc, parcel^ or tract of Acres, more or less, and bounded
lying, being- and situate in the 0fE. P. Lupo, R. T. Yarboro
of Fairfield and State of South others.
<a, containing terms of sale:
iiiiee hundred axd fifty One-half of the purchase-inone
more or loss, and bounded bv paid in cash, the balance on a
f Mrs. Eliza Powell, D. J. Hoi- twelve months from the day of ss
^ ind W II Willin"ham es- interest from the day of saie, to b
t -?i *t>;- A 1-,,^,; +if? a mortgage of the premises a
Littleton Raines, known as the of tj,e pUrChaser, or all cash at tl
i Place.'' of the purchaser, the purchaser t>
ALSO, necessary papers. ^ ^ ^
that piece, parcel or tract of clerk's Office, C. C. C. I
ying, being and situate in the Winnsboro, S. C.,
r* of Fairfield and State of South November 6, 1884.
in, containing NovSfxtd
-e n undred and forty-five CLERK'S SALE.
more or less, and bounded by *
f T? P T.iunnL-in. tlu? Estate of ct k nrn? r\t? criTTTtr n a t?i
iY . Durham, deceased, Edward r
bley, Jr., and the public high- county of fairfield.
iding from Winnsboro to Peay's William K. Pyan, as Assignee <
Kincaid, Plaintiff, vs. Thomas A
atcq Emma E. Anderson and Otl
hat certain piece, parcel or tract ?TTr)C,.,
I, lying, being and sitoate in I" the Coii^f cLmoi PIe?s
untj ot Faiineld^ and ^tate of the above-stated case, I will offer
Carolina, containing before the Court House doorin W
seven thousand acres, 011 tlie
or less, on the head waters of FIRST MONDAY IN DECE2
ic Creek, and bounded by lands next, within the legal hours of sal
F. Moblev, Estate of "David j?c outcry to the highest bidder, tl
-.Vr rl - t^i r> mg-desenbed property, to wit:
> ^ ^ ^-rwiii, John Brat ton All that piece, parcel or tract
flies Joiip?, and by the highway lying, being and situate in the C
from White Oak to Camden. Fairfield, in the State of South
a r containing
that piece, parcel or tract of TVTEL7E1 HUNDRED AND SD
yinir, being and situate in the AND OJiE-HALF ACRE,
of Foil-field aud State of South More or less, and bounded by lar
ia, containing' Davis, E. K. Anderson, Thomas
eiousaxi) two hundred a.vd T^orna? Robeson, Glazier' Rj
FOURTEEN ACKKS, others.
r less, and bounded by lands of terms of sale:
Pickett, Estate of John R. One-third of the purchase-mon
, Estate of Robert Patterson, paid in cash; for the balance a <
diriam Connor, Jas. H. Kion, one and two years from the day
Shannon and Peter Harmon, with interest, payable annually, f:
own as the "June Place." day of sale until paid the pure
give his bond, secured by a mor
ALi>0, the premises, and to pay for all i
that piece, parcel or tract of papers.
vinir, beinr and situate in the 0 hn n t
" ? r. i"5 i c^.,+u Clerk s Office, C. 0. O. I
ot Fan field andfctate of-South Winnsboro, S. C.,
ia, containing' November 6,1884.
FIVE IIUN!)It ED ACRES, J -'?'gl-uu
r less, and bounded by lands of CLERK'S SALE.
Pickett, Estate of John R.
and James Jones, and known STATE OF SOUTH CAR<
levied upon as the property of county of fairfield.
fondants, at the suit of R. T. James M. Yon sue, Plaintiff, vs. i
icvs. Edward P. Mobley, Sr., Boyles and Others, Defendants.
R Mobley, Edward P. Mob- yx PURSUANCE OF ANT OR]
., and Moses H. Mobley. X the Court of Common Pleas,
JNO. D. McUARLEY, the above-stated case, I will offer
;s Office, S. F. C. before the Court House door in Wi
;boro, S. C., on the
ber 7, 1834. FIRST MONDAY IN DECE2
fxtd next, within the legal hours of
public outer}', to the highest bid
SHERIFF'S SALE. following-described property, to-v
\ 11 -rir? yrtr\ 1 ai
iiii mat v;auiiii jMiv.n vn
rirtue of an execution to me land, lying, being and situate in th
irceted, I will offer tor sale be- of Fairfield and State of South <
; Court House door in Winns- containing
. C., on the ONE HUNDRED AND TWEN1
MONDAY IN DECEMBER Acres, more or less, and bounded
? north by lands formerly belonging
vi tin 11 the legal hours of sale, Simon ton, deceased, east by the \V
highest bidder, for CASH, the of Little River, south by lands o:
rig-described property, to wit: C. Tongue and west by lands of .
lat piece, parcel or tract of land, Tongue.
jeing and situate in the County terms of sale:
field and State of South Caro- One-half of the purchase-mon<
ntaiuinv paid in cash; the balance on a <
An r\ T'niv f/% Kn co/?nrfl/1 V.rr o
m^rnTT i n 7?LJ \JHKs J V.UA j |?V WV C^rVUlVU V/J U WUVI
'11 AUivi.5, purchaser and mortgage of the
>r less, and bounded on the sold, the purchaser to pay for all i
y lands of "\V". J. Davis, known papers.
'Walling Tract," cast by lands C] k, 0ffice CC CP
R. Kennedy, south bv lands wirnshnro's C
i Kennedy and J.T. Stewart, NovembeVMSSi
st by lands of J. T. Stewart. Nov8fxtd
id upon as Lhe property of Eliza
1, deceased, at the suit of John rrppr>c- a 4-rv
is against Charles E. Thomas, CLERK S SALE.
iiinistrator ot Eliza E. Ford, gTATE QF g0UTH CAR(
JNO. D. McCARLEY, county of fairfield.
,ci^^CG< r S. . . fj-ederic]; steel and Others, Plaii
i -. J- ioov' Lucinda Patterson and Cithers,
uer <, ioo*. ants.
tXtd TX PURSUANCE OF AN ORI
_.c _ X the Court of Common Pleas, i
L>Li?j?1& & bA.Li.ts. the above-stated case, I will offer
? before the Court House door in Wi
: of soutii Carolina, onthe
COUNTY OK FAIRFIELD. FIRST MONDAY IN DECEil
nr?vt within tliA lpcral linnrsj nf
sportes & Co., Plaintiffs, vs. Jacob public outcry, to the highest bid
iwartz, Defendant. - following-described property, to w
RSUANCE OF AX ORDER OF , All that piece, parcel or lot <
Court of Common Pleas, made in lying, being and situate in the "
e-stated case, I will offer for sale, Winnsboro, m the County and Sta
lie Court House door in Winnsboro, saic*, containing
ONE AND FOUR-FIFTH
jT MOXD YY IN" DECEMBER Acres, and bounded on the north
field Stieet, on the east by Var
thin the legal hours of sale, at Street, on the south by lots lately
utcry, to the highest bidder, the ing to John Purcell and on the *'
g-described property, to wit: Garden Street.
it certain piece, parcel or tract of
ing in Fairfield County, in the One-half of the uurchase-monf
Lflvcnf P?vpr ^nnhmS Paid 111 Casll; t!ie balance on a C
vatcrs oM\ ateree Rner, contain- twelve months from the day of sa
interest from the day of sale, to be
TWENTY-NINE by a bond of the purchaser and a i
, ,, , , of the premises sold, the purchase!
lore or less, and bounded by lands- f0r all necessarv papers,
tas Reynolds on the north, 011 the " W H. KER
' lands of James Reynolds, east by Clerk's Office, C. C. C. P
HowVinc rm/1 hv WillijlTII -xxr: o /-i
..?v.? tvuiusuuru, o. v.,
s* November <5,1884.
terms of sale: ^ovsfxtd
alf of the purchase-money to be ?-?
lash; and the balance on a credit pt up tt'jq q a t tt
ear, with interest from the day of o OALL
purchaser cr purchasers to give
:r bond or their bond, for the credit STATE OF SOUTH CARC
)f the purchase-money, secured by county of faikfield
jage of the premises, with the rm-Jar, T>io;r.t;# *,? t^?
) the purchaser to pay the whole ^ar> ^ f?" f
j-monev in cash. The purchaser e ' Defendant.
? 1 tv pttrst7a vht'. fmp a v <~>p1
jiiiu iicccMiM v iiapcia- i ? ?- . V
W. II. KERR, . J- the Court of Common Pleas,:
3Hjce C. c. C. P. F. C. tile above-stated case, I will offer
iboro's. C., before the Court House door in Wi
erG. 18*84. ' on the
xtd FIRST MONDAY IN DECEi
??? next, within the legal hours of
public outcry, to the highest bid
following-described property, to w
All that piece, parcel or tract
lying, being and situate in the C
Fairfield, in the State of South
ONE HUNDRED AND TWEXTY-TI
ine l^argest //
. rjy ? Acres, more or less, and bounded
Merchant Tailoring north and ea$t by lands of Colone
and Clothing House A Ny on the south by lands formerly o
in America (Q'ls E- Caldwell, deceased, and on the
\JF lands of John Bratton; being a p<
the tract of land conveyed to John
VANAMAKER I ?,en b>" ]L C. Gayden as Administ
0 I the estate of H. I. Gayden, dece;
CC h\ the 18th day of December, A. D. 1
) AK HALL, i } TEHMSOFSALE: .
Philadelphia. v\ ( One-half of the purchase-mone
i i ll paid in cash, and the balance in <
r..ti? c i * i ( Ea from the dav of sale, with inters
mu iiuc wi wiu aaiiipica w* aw \ - ,. ' V . '
2c great piccc goods stock on from the day of sale, payable a;
will be found with * such balanco to be secured by the
T AT T)p a TV the Purcbaser and 3 mortgage of tl
J. 31. 15JQ/i\ i 17 ises sold, the purchaser to have th
c , T Trc v r* it vt t0 ?a7the entire purchase-money
ALriiiN i j aud the purchaser to pay for all n
AV innsboro, S. C. (KS Office, C."(?C?P
# TT XlllI^LTVlV/, \s,
' GOODS, arriving daily. November 6,1S84.
^ J. il. BEATY. Noviifxtd
OLINA, Abram Bronson to George Alden, Agent.?
Mortgage of Real Estate.
itor, and JOT VIRTUE OF ?A. POWER COXts
Har<^y j tamed in the above-stated mortgage, dated ?
j February 19th, 1883, and recorded in the
DER OF j 0fgce 0f the Register of Mesne Conveyance
sajg j for Fairfield County, pages 511, 512, 513,
innsboro, j Book T, I will offer for sale, to the highest
! bidder, during the legal hours of sale, on
SIBER i the
he folffw-' FIRST iI0:s'DAY ^ DECEMBER
; next, in front of the Court House in
r belong-1 Winnsboro:
^ea^*i i All that picee, parcel or tract of land,
andPstate; being and situate in the County of
! VoiWiol/l AAtieie+in.t
I X CfciiilCiU, WJlOlOCUi^ VI.
Y-FOUR | TWEXTY-SEVEN
by lands ; Acres, more or less, and bounded on the
ugh and north by lands of George Belton, south by
| the Wateree River and George Belton, and
| east and west by lands of George Belton.
;y to be TERMS-CASH.
lie with ' GEORGE ALDEN, Agt,
e secured XovSfxtd Mortgagee.
le Option STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
o pay all
1 : COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
c COURT OF PROBATE.
Francis C. Tongue, Plaintiff, against
Charles B. Yongueftand Thomas W.
Wilkes, Defendants. ^Copy Summons.?
For Relief.?Complaint not Served.
To the Defendants Above-named:0
OLINA, YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and
required to answer the complaint in this
action, -which, on the 13th day of October,
. _ A. D. 1884, was filed in the office of the
Df James jU(jge 0f probate, for the said County, and
jiaerson, ^ serve a COpy 0f your answer to the said
lers, l?e- complaint on the subscribers at their office,
So. 3, Law Range, Winnsboro, S. C.,
DER OF within twenty days after the service
made in hereof, exclusive ofthe day" of such serfor
sale vice; and if you fail to answer the cominnsboro
plaint within the time aforesaid, the plain'
tiff in this action will apply to the Court
ltowr tor tne renei aemanaea m tne complaint.
Dated thirteenth October, 1884.
e, at pub- j. R. boyles, ii. 8.]
je follow- Judge of Probate.
, a Mcdonald ^ douglass,
of *an(^ Plaintiffs Attorneys.
Carolina, v To Charles B. Tongue, absent Defendant:
Take notice that the Complaint in this
'TV STY together with the Summons, of
li the foregoing is a copy, was filed in
' the office of the Judge of Probate for Fairids
of J. fieid County, in the State of South CaroliFurman,
na, on the 13th day of October, A. D. 1884.
Macfie, Winnsboro, S. C., 13th October, 1884. . *
ibb and j. r boyles,
Jndge of Probate.
Mcdonald & douglass,
, Plaintiff's Attorneys.
ey to be 0ctl6x6
of sale, ';&$?
haser to - "
HOW TO SAVE MONEY.
*. F. C. $15 for $10
$20 for $13 ^ . $25
Elgin or Waltham Watches in
solid silver double cases at the
above prices 60 DAYS ONLY.
3LINA, Every watch warranted. Gents'
solid gold watches from $25
upward. For particulars write
rarthaB. Mc-Elree's Jewelry Palace, j
CHARLESTON, S. .
>IBER ?. i
M FOR THE -m
1? Ken sixty flays
on the WE WILL SELL OUR
: to John ?
'est Fork . ?
f Walter j , . . l. - "
aobt. E. EUTTXR/IE STOCK
:redit of Hen's and Boys' Boots,
[ of the Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps,
lecessary And a large assortment of
Ladies' Cloaks and Jersey Jackets at
These goods will possitively be charged
to no one at these prices. They will only
be sold for
)LINA, CASH STRICTLY,
Owing to the short crops we will sell all
Defend- other lines of goods in which we deal
)ER OF VERY CLOSELY.
w coin Tf von need anvthinc in onr larce and
*V4 ?? j ?r o o
nnsboro, weij assorted stock, it will pay you to call
[BER on us ^)efore purchases elsewhere.
dSf'the ? lACBEBBALB. '
["own of ?
te afore- ^OR SALE. /Jj
hplonir. - ' Mas
west by '* ~
:y to be
nortgage , .
: to pay
iR, - " '
Wliit8 flat I
' " * *
for sale, = =
sale, at I2C STOSE
f James jM
west by *
>y to be Diii liUUDS, J*UTiUiNo,
one year -??3
te prem- INDUCEMENTS FOE CASH.
pessary xj^YJISE G. ?ESPOElES.
?Buy Zeigler Brothers' Ladies', Hisse
and Children's Pine Shoes.