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news; and herald.
PUB&LSa&D EVERY WHDNiSSDA
?BY?
NtS w'S AND HERALD COMPANY.
TERMS. IN ADVANCE:
Ooe^Iear, ... SI.50
Six Moithi, - - .73
WINNSRORO, S. C.
Wednesday, October 18, - -1899
REPUBLICAN PROFESSION AND PERFORMANCE.
History repeals itself, and the Republican
leopard cannot change its
spDts, O-i thi 22nd (Uy of July. 1861,
, the IIoa*e of Representatives at Washington
passed the following: "lied
* _* ,t? ~ /^AntAro.
solved, x? , iuai 'G<J present, ucj/iui-jble
civil war has been fucel apon ihe
coQDtry by the disuuionists of the
Soother;) States now in revolt against
the constitutional government awl in
arms around the capi'al; ihat in this
national emergency congress, bunching
all feelings of mere passion or iesentmcnt,
will recollect only its daly
to the whole country; that this war is
not wsged upon our part in any spirit
of oppression, nor for any purpose of
conquest or subjugation, nor purpose
of overthrowing or interfering with
the rights of established institutions
of those states, but to defend and maintain
the supremacy of the constitution
and to preserve the union with all the
'nnolitv ?r>f1 Of the
UlgUlljT) muaiiKi ?n ? ..to
several states auiinpairei: and that as
soon as these objects are roomplishcd,
the war ought to cease.' Three days
later the Sonate passed a resolution in
almost identicilly the same word*
This*resolution has very much the
same ring as the highly moral resolution
passed by Congress at the beginning
of the Cuban war, in which it
wa? declared that the United States
intend* only to give independence to
the people of that island.
Now on the lit of Jaauary, 1863,
Lincoln, forced by the war governors
and other pestiferous extremists,
signed the emancipation proclamation
which attempted to free all negroes in
v.,1 ?.o^ar?a(i e^RtPs. and thus deatrov
the most important of those institutions
that the resolution of 1862 declared
should be maintained in all integrity.
The seceded states were all reconstructed
by President Johnson, and
recognized insofar as they were needed
to ratify the thirteenth amendment
abolishiog slavery. Bnt when they
refused to pass the fourteenth amendment
which gave the negroes citizen
ship and ditfrAncbited most of the
white?, Co:?wre?? passed the act of
March 2, 1867, overthrow i -g all state
governments and putting ?he states in
the hands of brigadier generals clothed
with absolute power. The habeas
corpus act was suspended, and every
right wa3 taken from the people.
Where wa3 the dignity of the state
then ? Next the suffrage laws of these
states were thrown in the waste bas*
1 1 11 * ? frt
Kei, anu me wcic n w w
vote on the question whether they
should be tllowed to vote. This was
the most inconsistent act of all. Then
the kaklox acts were passed, and force
bills ^attempted, and the people and
the states were humiliated jast as long
as the Republicans had power to
harass them. Thus were their beautiful
resolutions of 1862 carried out.
With this experience at hand is it
- q ortnffjorn men
5U) nrvuuci HIOI u avuiuvtu
doubts the sincerity of McKinley and
bis party. They sr6 pursuing the
same coarse towards Cuba that they
pursued towards South Carolina, and
will jdoubtless annex both Cuba and
Porto Rico in spite of the fact that
tlisy have resolved that any step looking
towards the conquest of Cuba
would be an act of the grossest bad
faith.
Altogether we cannot promise our
Cuban allies that they can put much
tru^t iu the protestations of Mr. jJicKinley
and his ilk.
THEREjis a serious shortage in the
cattle "supply of tke United State?.
Several causes are assigned, one being
the vast amount of beef sent to our
armies and exported abroad, and
another a lack of encouragement to
raisers in the past few years owing to
low prices set for beef on the hoof by
the great slaughter houses. Local
markets are also short in this state and
iu North Carolina. It ha3 always
seemed a mystery why cattle raiding
shou'd not be lucrative in South Carolina.
There are certainly abundant
means of pistnrage. Even this sum
? 11? J-..
inar wDicn nas^oeen uausuji;jy ui v
there are great crops of barmudrt,
crowfoot, crab and other grasses i?
the fields and along Ihe roads ev?rytshere.
A serious evil, however, is
oil ncrrci.liiifr crrtn Ctf TOffids O-f
bUO ?U ^/V* 1 MM* Wg, v?v*r V. ..
different kinds that are taking possession
of the surface of the laud and
mining it for purposes of pasturage
or haymowing In the more advanced
states .there are regularly appointed
commissioners of weeds whose business
is to search for noxious weeds
and grasses and make farmers destroy
them before they can spread. We in
South Carolina go on quietly, apparently
never caring what evil crop
may come. The day is at hand when
there must bo more attention paid to
this matter and to the saving of hay
and the raising of stock.
Mr. Miles, chairman of the dispensary
board, has a young nephew
who in the eye of Mr. Ouzts is skittish.
He is but seveoteen and can't
keep a ledger, bat he does keep a
paan:e aud paddies employes when
they are bending over barrels. A little
application of his own paddle might
benefit ibis highly hilaiions young
man.
The most serious charge made by
Mr. Oazts is that Mr. ?llaseld?n boasted
that he bad paid ofl ten thousand
dollars of debt bince becoming a dispensary
official.
BISHOP TURNER'S PLAN. |
Bishop Turner has been in Charles*
<
ton and has made an tmeresuog tai*
to a reporter of the News aod Courier, i
He laughs at the idea that he ever intended
forcible transportation of the
colored race to Africa. But he says
several millions *re ready to go there
now, and would gladly embrace the
j opportunity if one was offered. It i?
not expected that all wou'd go. isnt
the Bishop would like to have seven
millions taken away at fifteen dollars
a hoad; and would be willing to begin
with one or two millions. He says
that there is no prospect of race equality
in this country, and that independent
negroes feel it. Those who are
content to live in inferiority aro mere
v ?vi Ani j 13
"scullions" wneuier mcy uc uicui?,
or college professors. It costs less
than fifteen dollars a head to briog
white immigrant!) to America, and it
should cost no more to carry negroes
I io Liberia, whicL is oniy a muo imther
away than ?he porti of Europe.
Charleston should establish a. line of
steamers so thnt it will not be necessary
to go 10 Ne?v York or Liverpool
io reach Afaica. If a direct line wera
established between a Southern port
and Liberia there would be millions of
dolUrs iii i; for the promoters.
! Rishoo Turner speaks very intelli
gently and plainly. He is abs >iut* ly
correct in bis views that the future of
the uegio is elaewte e than iu the
Sou'h. The Rtv Willard Richardson,
who worked so f?ithfully for the negro
in Wimirboro, was profoundly impressed
with the idea and he actually
induced missionaries atid sei tiers to go
to Africa.
It won Id be a mistake to laud anything
like seven million immigrants in
Liberia in a short time. They would
only starve to death. Bat it would be
wisdom to inaugurate a line of Government
cubsiiized steamers to ply
between Charleston and Liberia. Wc
oppose any plan of ship subsidy but
this. It CoDgresa wculd speed ten
millions a year lor this purpose instead
of wastiDs: ten limes tbat in order to
acquis & still greater problem in the
Philippine# and to cause more penliosi
in the future, it would receive
the thank? of all true patriots.
We make this proposition: -that the
Democratic party insert a plank in its
platform providing ten millions a year
for the next tea rears for a lins of
steamers to ply to Liberia and for loans
10 negroe? wishing to take advantage
of the Hoe. \fe believe the plank
wou'd eaivy a number of colored
voters in doabtfill State?; and would
attract thousands of white voters who
are sick at heart over the ever-iocrea?ing
perplexity of the raceproMetn.
???
A representative of a leading religious
auxiliary association who ha*
recently returned from Minila Rajs
. that he lelt forty-five thousand gamblers
and blackguards in ihe A-n rican
army at tb*t place, while saloon
and all sorts of disorderly bousa
have multipled infinitely since the
President's campaign of benevolent
assimilation began. Thi3 is no doubt
an exaggeration; but it must be i\>mpmherfid
that the American army is
not like the Confederate army, composed
of sober sedate men of faintty
fighting for their homed, but rather of
an adventurous crowd that were willing
to go to Manila largely for the
sights to be seen and ihe experience to
be gained. The volunteers that did
not leave the United Sta'es behaved
badly in many places; and they would
have doubiiees done much w^rse when
r? TI,a ?r\ Io rvf
away iroui icmisiui.. mo p
F&irfield h ad enough expeii-nc-> Vith
Sherman's men t> kt-ow wba! ihe
flower of th-3 United Stages 'n>ops cm
do when --.ot kept-under discipline;
and ilie-, hare read enough ab:;ut Oris'
incapacity to believe that discipline
has been poor. It will not do t? brash
aside such report* as planners. There
should be investigation a ' pnni-sbment.
It is time for the respective p*; tieans
of Sampson and Schley to cool off
a little and let ibe eirs of ttie puouc
rest. Th?re is nothing special in
either man to warrant the columns of
adulation and abu;e !hat are bestowed
on them respectively. Tfcj photographs
of Sampson indicate a long
rawboned Yankee with biif hands and
feet and a stern eountenance. Those
of Schley l-jvta! a rnan who, unlets b;s
fa?e be!ie hiuo, is a terrapin-eating
canvaa-back-duck consuming Southerner
who can't bo fcoled aboat a
brand of liquor, nor induced to become
prohibition candida'e for ibe
presidency. No doabt they are both
good naval man; and ho donbt eiiher
would have filled tbe other's place in
j the bur of Santiago wi'h equal credit.
1 * ?*
It IS iruu iUll Lie Aumu.ima'.iv.i
seems so have been endeav -ring (o
overslaugh Schley, and (hat is one
reason the masses have been cheering
him Now however that (he Devrcy
] parade is over and Schley has received
| his sword it weuldn't t>? a bad matter
to let all three admirals have a rest for
a wkile.
The affi davits npon whiuh a maj -rity
of the Dispensary Board of Control
removed Mr. Doatbit are fnll of interest.
They reveal much carelessness.
The committee claims that Mr. Douihit
is over a thousand dollars behind;;
while he declares.that he can explain j
ever> thing satisfactorily. No dcr.bt j
there is bad blood among the parties!
concerned; bat the pubiie are inte-j
rested in h*vi i<? the veil removed i
whatever be the motive. Undu* the
first ad mi u Ut ratio q everything about
the dispensary was kept secret. All
improper acts were hushed up, and the
result was evil. We siva Mr. Haselden
credit f >r the lact that since he
ba; be?n in office he i?i> m ide mauv
matters pub ic and has dote some
corumeidabie 'biugs in the way of
reforming :li2 management.
IHBIV
| Millions of dollars, U the value
placed by Mrs. Mary Bird, Harrisburg,
Pa., ou the iife of her child, which
she saved f; om croup by the a?e of
One Minute Cough (Jure.* It cnres all
coughs, co.ds and tfcroat and lung,
troubles. McMaster Co.
1 \
Oxr who has not visited Fairfield
for several rears will be impressed
with the improved condition of onnty
roads. Bu? the work has just began.
The road leading from Wjunoboro to
Menticello ha* some hills that ought to
be avoided aud many clay holes that
should b:' filled with sand and gravel.
It would be well to visit Richland aad
11 " - C ?Ki ryiol Jm.'l r>"f hf?an
see 1116 rt^buit ui lu^ iuu' uwk *#*. ? ??4
icg claf on sand and sand on clay. A
good admixture of these two material?,
while it will cot stand too hiu :b w?t
weather, will not cut into rats to so
great an extCDt as roads that are homogeneous.
The Medium alludes to those who
j don't take stock in the war as Tories.
It would be more to the point to dab
those who are trying to sell Cuba and
the Philippines as carpetbaggers. The
gist of this remark is that carpetbag-1
ging is the natural vocation of the j
McKiuley- Ilanna-Roosevelt-Republi- j
can-crowd; but we are sorry to see
I the Medium; that was taught in the
j strictest sect of Presby terianism neither
i to sreal nor to covet, manifesting any
' symptoms of a de9ire to join that robj
ber band. We hope that Dae West
i will keep a sharp eye on it.
According to Mr. Onzts, Chairman
j Haseldcn is blessed with cousins and
j each cousin has an agency for some
J kind of liquor, and a pall, or several
i pulls. He charges also that Mr. Haselden
himself has sold liquor irregularly
i and -.nore of it than Mr. Oazts has.
; Oae thing appears pretty plain through
i circumstantial evidence, that some
dispensary officials ,are specially interested
in certain brands of goods, and
Mr. Onzts thinks the rebates are not
too high above one's head to be caught
on the fly.
Is it possible that Germany, Russia
and France propose to sit quietly
down and let England seize the gold
mines of the Transvaal? If any nation
can corner tkat gold and dole it out
to suit itself it will ,be in a poeition to
- it-.
lead all other states, ana coniroi iue
world.
\ Millions Given Away.
It is certainly gratifying fo the public
to know of one concern in tbe laDd
who are not afraid to be generous to
tbe needy and suffering. The proprie!
tors of Dr. Kind's New Discovery for
Coisai&ptioi, (JOMfQs at* u?ia*, q&to
given away over ten Billion trial bottles
of th'3 great medicine; and hare
the satisfaction of knovring it has absolutely
cnred thousands of hopelew
cases. Asthma, Brohchiii*, Hoarseness
aDd all diseases of the Throat,
Cbest and Lui)2S are snred by it. Call
on Mclf aster Co , druggists, and get a
trial bottle free. Regular size50c. and
$1. Every bottle guaranteed, or price
refu.ded. 3
Founded 1842.
i cnrrr
! JrlANOsf
"Sing their own praise "
Of c^nrsc.yonr want aJPiano, bnt per
hips cannot affjrdfa newjone.
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE.
We have (even Squares and one
Grand, cach a bargain. These Pianos
have been pnt in perfect condition and
rvefy oartof action renewed and ars
now jast as good as when shipped
from factory, and will yon purchase
price ia exchange for a Stieff any time
within three years.
Take first and second choice and
nn1"!" t-hoir rrnn'f lflftt
I unit vja-ca j vuv ? ??j,Haine3
liro? $110 00
I lienrv Gaeble (Pearl Inland).. 105 00
i Board do an & Gray 100 00
I Bacon Sr. Raven 90 00
I Bacon & Raven 80 00
' Heinekarap 75 00
! Bacon <fc Raven 70 00
j Collard & Collard Grand... . 60 00
I nthoru hoinor 'ronflirp.ri and we Can
sait y? n in instrument and p ice.
CMS.M.MFF,Pri?
Baltimore, Md.
F;t t >rv Branch Ware-Room, No 213
Fo?-ih Trxon St., Charlotte, N. C.
C. II. WILMOTH, Manager.
ifina tuniag and lepairing. Palace
Organs.
^8JUST IN&Whole
Apricots in heavy
syrup.
Lemon Cling Peaches.
Bartlett Pears.
White Wax Cherries.
Red Pitted Cherries.
Extra Paeked Raspberries.
Large Anderson Plums in
heavy syrup.
j Heinz's Miace Meat, 2 lb.
cans.
Ft. Sumter Roasted Coffee,
a fine Mocha and Java blend,
at 25c.
Heckers Oatmeal, 2-pound
packeges.
Herrings in tomato sauce.
Kippered Herrings.
Broiled Mackerel in tomato
sauce.
t??i.
rresu ju'cvucu. v^htus.
Extra quality Lunch Tongue
Extra quality Potted Chicken
All these goods can be gotten
at
Habenicht's
at very low prices.
"notice.
X
Office of County jSci'ERyisou. )
Winn&boro, i>. C-, Oc. 3, 1801). ?
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tbat
meeting of the Board of Control for
he Cour.ry of Fairfield will be held in
tiie "tSce of fne County Supervisor for
the sa:d County on the first day of
November next, at which mealing applications
for the position of County
i/i?penser at Ririgreway will be considered.
All applications for the p -*ition must
be on file wiih the Board at lea*t ten
davs before faid date.
J. M. HIGGINS,
6. H. TERRES,
W. il. CURL EE,
J9 54t Board of Control F. C.
The Kind Yon Have Always E
in use for over 30 years, L
- and lia
ysonal si
V*cjmovrv
All Counterfeits, Imitations a
periments that trifle "with a
Infants and Children?Expei
What is C
Castoria is a substitute for C;
^ and Soothing Syrups. It is ]
contains neither Opium, Mo
substance. Its age is its gm
and allays Feveristmess. Ifc
jColic. It relieves Teething 1
and Flatulency. It assimilai
/Stomach and Bowels, giving
i The Children's Panacea?Tl*
GENUINE CAST
Thfi Kind Ynn Hai
111V 1UUU IVll UVDJ
In Use For 0\
the ccntaur COMWUir, tr mui
????????
The only way in which our southern
faimers can secure follert b:ncfit from
their production of co?ton i* to take
stock in cotton mills. When the pric3
of the raw raiterial is low they can j
reap the promts from spinning and
weaving. Such a programme will
take time for fulfilment, but the industrial
problem will not be settled
until the Sou^ inanufactares practi
cally all of hnr cotton supply ana
every farmrr has stotk in the mills.
L?t as begin at ouee in a small way.
| '/ /l^ ' 1
[HEADACHE
I is only a symptom?not a :
I disease. So are Backache,
| Nervousness, Dizziness and the'
Blues. They all come from an
unhealthy state of the menji
strual organs. If yo* suffer
from any of these symptoms?
; if you feel tired and languid in ;
: the morning and wish you could <
lie in bed another hour or two
?if there is a bad teste in the
| mouth, and no appetite?if
i? T>ain in fhe side, back
; or abdomen? BRAD FIELD'S I
FEMALE REGULATOR will
bring about a sure cure. The
- doctor may call your trouble
| some high-sounding Latin
name, but never mind the name. ;
| The trouble is in the menstrual
organs, and Bradfield's Female ;
; Regulator will restore you to
| health and regulate the menses
like clockwork
? Sold by druggist* for {r * bottle. A free lUtntiKxl I
X book will b*?cat to my woman if request be to J
{THE BRADFIELD .REGULATOR CO. I
ATLA5TA, GA. |
ULiliiisJZi MLiS.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIEI*
COURT OF COMMON FLEAS.
Susan L. !D??sPor!es and Wi liam L. DesPortes
as Executors of R. S, DesFortes, ;
deceased, vs. W. J. Hagood, bailie D.
Hagood aud W. J. Keenan.*
T N pursuance of an order of the Court of
JL Common Pleas, made in tlfe above
stated case, 1 will offer for sale before tbe
Court House door in Wiunsboro, S. C., on
the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
nfvfc. within the lesal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the I
foilowieg described property, to wit:
All thaf certain piece, parcel or tract of
land lying, being and situate in the
County of Fairfield andS ate aroresaid,
containing
TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY-TWO
ACRES,
m-recrlcss, and bounded on tLe north
b; lands' f the estate of Mrs. ^Sarah Center,
ib the east by lands of Gracte
Uagood, on the south by lands of Hix
Hagoed, and on the west by i>nds of J. W.
Rains.
TEEMS OF SALE.
One half cash, the balance on a credit of
oae year with interest from day of sale,
secured by bond of purchaser and mortgage
of the premises, with insurance by
the purchaser of the house on the said lot
with the privilege to the purchaser of paying
all cash.
R. H JENNINGS,
Oct 14, i?9. G. C. P. F. C.
10-14td
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OFSOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The Home Savings Association, of Winnsboro,
S. C., vs. F. M, Flaherty.
IN pursuance of an order of the Court
of Common Pleas, made fn the above
steted case, I will offer for sale, before the
Court House door in Wlnnsboro, S. C., on
the
FII?>T MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
nex1-, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
"All that certain piece, parcel or trait
of land lying, being and situate in the
County and State aforesaid, contaiuing
NINETY ACRES,
more or less, bounded by lands of 0. B.
Boney, lands of Wooten, by other lands of
the said E. M. Flaherty and by lands of
J. W. Brown. The land hereby intended
to be conveyed being the same land conveyed
to E" M. Flaherty by Fannie E.
Harmon bvdeed dated 17th day of February,
A. D. 189S, and being part of a
tract of one hund ed and seventy-five
acres, more or less, conve ed to the said
Fanr.ie E. Harmon by Samuel W. Bookhartjbydesi
dated 2nd June, A. D, 1879,
I , II III Uif I .
iyj i if-Jl ** fi
L^# ? jf & >;..; Jg .
taught, rmd -wliicli has "bean
as borne the signature cf
s been made under his per
apervision since its infancy.
10 one to deceive you in this.
,nd Substitutes are but Exnd
endanger the health of
ience against Experiment.
ASTORIA
istor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
Harmless and Pleasant. It
rphine nor other Narcotic
irantee. It destroys Worms
cures Diarrhoea and Wind
troubles, cures Constipation
tes the Food, regulates the
healthy and natural sleep.
0 Motner's jtneau.
"ORIA ALWAY.S
Signature of ^ ,
re Always Bought
ier 30 Years.
RRAY TRCCT. NCVt VOHK CITY. X
'recorded in Book Z. Z, in office of
R. M. C. for Fairfield County."
TERVS OF SALE.
One-third of the purchase ironey to be
paid in cash on the day of sale, the balance
in two equal annual instalments, with
interest from the day of sale, to be secured
by the bond of parcha er and mortgage of
premises, or for all cash at option of par
chaser, the purchaser to pay for all necessary
papers and recording of same.
R. H. JENNINGS.
Oct. 14, 1899. C. C. P. F. C.
I0-J4td
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUXTY OF FAIKFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The American Freehold Land Mortgage
ConiDanrof London Limited vs. William
H. iiuff." Silas W. Ruff and the Loan
and Exchange Bank.
IN pursuance cf an order of the Court
of Common Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, before the
Court Honse door in Winnsboro, S. C.,
on tbe
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
ne t, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described properly, to wit:
First. All that parcel oc land iying,
b ing and situate in the County and State
aforesaid, containing
SIXTY-FIVE ACRES,
more or less, separated from the house or
home tract by Holmes Creek, bounded by
lauds of John Curry. Mr?. Rebecca O'Neal,
Tom Martin and Wade Herndon, which
parcel is called Montgomery.
Second. All that parcel of land lying,
being and situate in ihe County and State
aforesaid, known as the Gin House tract,
containing
TTPVIMirn A PPT7Q
more or less, bounded by public road leading
to Jenkinsville, by land of Dr. 11cMeekin.
by old road bed or estate c f Wylie
Yarborough. now belonging to Glenn,
this tract bein* separated from the hous?
tract or IT<wp tract by tbe publ c road
leading to J. u.uiiav.lle.
Third. All that parcel of land ljing,
being and situate in the County and State
aforesaid, known as the House or Home
tract, containing
ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-FIVE
ACRES,
more or less, oounaea Dy puuuc ruuu x uuning
from Long Run to Jenkinstille, by
Holmes C:eek, which separates it from the
Montgomery tract, by lands of Dr. McMeekin,
and of Wade Herndon, Jr. The
bids of the highest bidders for said separete
tracts to be accepted by the said Clerk
conditionally, that is upon condition that
the premises when said as one entire tract
as hereinafter directed shall bring less
than the aggregate of the amounts of the
highest bias for the tracts so offered separately.
And when all of said separate
tracts or parcels have been offered for sale
itUU hliUUtvru uunji w Uiv
therefor conditionally as abore set forth,
the said Clerk shall offer the entire premises
made up of said parcels, en masse, as
a single entire tract. If the aggregate of
the amounts of the highest bids Did for
said parcels offered separately shall exceed
the amount bid for the entire premises as
a whole, then the said Clerk upon compliance
with the terms of sale, shall execute
to each of the respective purchasers
for said separate parcels a deed for the
parcels so separately sold. But if the
amount bid for the entire premises en
masse as a single tract shall exceed tlie
aer ere sate of the amounts of the highest
bids offered .far the said premises as conditionally
sold in seperate tracts, then the
said Clerk shall execute a deed to the
entire premises to the highest bidder, upon
a compliance with the terms of sale, and
the bids for said separate parcels offered
separately as aforesaid shall be wholly
disregarded null and void
TERMS OF SALE.
One-third tof the purchase money to be
paid in cash on the day ol sale, tbe balance
in two equal annual instalments from the
J day of sale, with interest from the day of
' sale at eight per cent per annum, to be
' * J +1 rvf 'UA niTTnliflCQf* All#?
kCCUitu uj uic uuuu ui utw ?
a mortgage of the premises, or for all cash
at the optioD of the purchaser. The purchaser
to pay for all necessary papers and
recording.
11. H. JENNINGS,
I Oct. 14, 18*9. C. C. P. F. C.
10-14ti
w?mmu
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUXTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The Home Savings Association vs. II nry
Davis and Lil L. i'oty.
IN pursuance of an order of the Court
of Common Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, before the
Court House door in Winnsboro, S. C , on
the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, within the legal hours of rale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
followine described property, to wit:
"Ail that certain piece, parcel or tract
of land, lying, being and situate in the
County and State aforesaid, containing
ONE HUNDRED ACRES,
more or less, bounded by lands of Adam
Jackson, Calvin JBrice and W B. Shnenton."
TKBMS OE SALE:
On?-third of the purchase money to be
paid in cash on the da v of sale, the balance
In two equal annual instalments from
the day of sale, with interest thereon from
day of sale, to be 'secured Dy uouu wi t,uC
purchaser and mortgage of the premises;
or all cash at option of purchaser. Purchaser
to pay for all necessary papers and
recording of same.
It. H. JENNINGS.
October 14,3899. C. C. P. F. C.
U-14td
B1 la fl tnd Wbiikey Habits
V U III Bfl ?nred at boa* wltbmm?
lllln oot pain. Book of parI
W Iff ticnlan cent FBEE.
UiMPi B.H.WOOIXEY, M.D.
~ZnS5SSrf5roffiot lot iCftrot st
CLERK'S SALE.
state of south carolina,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
court oi' c; j:.imon pleas.
The American Freehold Land Mortgage
Company, Limited, vs. William R. McCormick,
A. F. Ruff and W. H. Ruff.
IX pursuance of an order of the Court
of Common Tleas. made in the above
stated case, I will offer fcr sale, bofoie the
Court House door in Winnsboro, S. C., on
the
| first monday in november
novt witViin thp. Ipnrnl hnnra of s?le. at
puclic outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
"All that certain piece, parcel or t act
of land, lying, being and situate on ttochelle
Creek, in Township No. 5, of the
County of Fairfieid and State of South
Carolina, containing
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY-ONE
AND ONE-HALF ACRES,
more or less, and bounded on the north by
lands of James Jones; on the south and
east by lands of David H. Means; and on
the west by lands of Philip M. Cohen "
TERMS OF SALE: * \
One-third of the purchase money to be \
paid in cash on the day of sale, the bal- ,
ance in two equal annual instalments from .t
the day of sale, with interest from the day <
of sale; to be secured by the bond of the
Tmrehaser and mortcraee of the premises
or all cash at the option of the purchaser.
Purchaser to pay for all necessary papers
and recording of same.
R. H JENNINGS,
October 1', 1809. C. C. C. P. F. 0.
10-14td
CLERK'S SALE,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
The Fairfield Lean and Trust Company
va. Andrew Y. Milling, W. L. Slater, ;
W. J. Mever and John E. Wade, as co- |
partners under the ;firm name of Slater, .
Meyer & Co.. E. A. Beall, J. B. Norris
and E. C. Cooner, as copartners under
the firm name of Beall, Cooner & Co., :
and Robert F. Williams Company.
F pursuance of an order of tha Court
of Commen Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, before the
Court House door in Wmnsboro, S. C., on
the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, withih tho legal hsurs of sale, at
public outcry, to the Highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
"All that certain tract of land, lying,
being and situate in the County and State
aforesaid, containing
i tn-dtft tjttvtyd u>ti s\'n TTT'E'T'V
1 UACI& UUi.il/MMi/ u.iv .
Acres, more or less, bounded on tho north
by lands of Mrs. Lorena E. Macfle and
L. H. Milling, east by lands of William
Timms and Mrs N. K. Rabb; south by
lands of Mrs. N. K. Rabb and R. T. Lemiron;
west by lands of W. R. Rabb and
John M. Lemmon. The tract of land here
by intended to be conveyed being the same
tract conYeyed to said Andrew Y. Milling
by W. H. Kerr, C. C. P., 4th November,
lb'74."
TEEMS OF SALE:
One-tlrrd of the purchase money to be
paid ia cash on the day of sale, the balance
on a credit of one and two yelrs, in
equal annual instalments, with interest
from the day of" sale at the rate of eight
per cent per annum, payable annually, to
be secured by the bond of the purchaser
and a mortgage of the premises, or ail cash
at the option of the purchaser. Purchaser
to pay f?r all necessary papsrs and recording
of same and for all necessary reve ue
stamps.
R. H. JENNINGS,
October 14,1899. (?. C. P. F. C.
lt-Utd
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Sallie M. Douglass vs. Ladsoa H. Milling,
Andrew Y. Milling W. L, Slater, W. J.
Meyer and John E. Wade, as copartners
under the firm name of Slater, Meyer &
Co., E. A. Beall, J. B. Norris and B. R.
~ -
sooner, as copartners uuun wuuu'
name of Beall, Cooner & Co. and Kobert
F, Williams Company.
IN pursuance of an order of the Court ot
i Common Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, before the
Court House door in Winnsboro, S. C., on
the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
"All that certain tract of land, containing
TWO HUNDRED ACRES.
nxnra nr iocs ivinr? and situate on the I
uiv/i v v* ivwf *jr ?
waters of Jacksom's Creek, in the CouDty
of Fairfield and State aforesaid, and
boundel by lands of the estate of ftancy
H. Hastings, deceased, lands of John LL
Lemmon and W. R. Rabb; the said tract
of land being s:tuated on the northern
side of the public road leading from
Winnsboro to Kincaid's Bridge.
TERMS OF SALE:
One-third of the purchase money be
paid in cash on the day of sale, the balance
on a credit of one and two years, in
equal annual instalments, with interest
thereon from the day of sale at the rate of
eight per cent per annum, payable annu
ally; to be secured by the boDa of the rarchaser
and a mortgage of the premises.
The purchaser to pay for all necessary
papers and recording or same ana ior au i
necessary revenue stamps.
R. II JENNINGS,
October 14,181)9. C. C. C. P. F. f.
ie-14td
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COU-.TT OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEA4?.
The Fairfield Loan and Trust Company
vs. C. N. Bundrick and Ketouin Mercantile
Company. ;
IN pursuance of an order of the Court J
of Common Pleas, made in the ab?ve j
stated ease, I will offer for sale, before
tbe Court House door in Winnsboro, S. C., <
on the ]
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER,
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidde-, the (
following described property to wit:
1. "All that piece, parcel or tract of '
land lying, being and situate in Faiifield
County in the State aforesaid, Jcontaining
SEVENTY-THREE ACRES,
more or less, bounded on the north by
lards now or formerly of Mrs. J nna S.
Gradick; on the east l y lands now or
formerly of the McGratn estate; on the
' south by land of N. J. Gibson and Sarah
Gibson; west by lands of D. R. Elkin,
being tract of land conveyed to me (C. N.
Bunar'ck) by Wir. H. Lyles by deed
dated 7th February, 1893."
2. "All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land in Fairfield County in tha
wnto afnroaoM rtn A1 li<?ator Creek, tribu
oivivuMiwf w ? ? _ _ r
taiy of kittle Ri7er, known as tl?e Lyles I,
tract, and containing ,
TWO OUNDRED AND TWENTY- 1
FOUR ACRES,
more or less, and boundel by lands of
Thomas F. ilann, W. T>. -Tones, C. E. .
Leitner, R. H. Jenninjjs; est C. (). Trapp,
Dr. Arledge and W. C. Russell."
3. "All that certaiD piece, parcel or tract ,
of land lying, being and situate in the (
County of* Fairfield and State aforesaid,
containing
FIFTY-TIIREE ACRES j
more o less, b -unded on the north by i
lands of T. C. Watt.: on the etst by a \
tract known as the Yarhiroushor Lyles ;
tract of land; on the sauth by the Browns J
Badge Road; and on the west by lands of
4ih?rt Rn<?ftil and beincr known as the
Kussell tra't, conveyed "to said C. -N*. I
Bundrick by William Russell; which deed
of conveyance was duly recorded in the
office of'the Register of Mesne Conveyances
on the 4ih day of March, A. D.-,897,
in Book A. P., page5!U."
TERMS OF SALE.
One third of the purchase money of each
tract to be paid in cash on the day of sale,
add the balance thereon on a credit of one
and two years, in equal annual instalIments,
with interest thereon from 'lie day
of sale at the rate of eight per cent per 1
I annum, payable annually until the whole
deDt and interest be paid, to be secured by ,
the ond of the respective purchasers anil
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i mortgatr?? of the r-m:<es, respectively |
sold, or all cash at the option of the jr-ur- j
ihasers, nsp ct'vvly. and tin- rosjMCtive
Dnrchasers to pay fur all nectary p.ipers
ind for recording the some, aud all accessary
stamp?.
11. II. SENN'INGS,
Oct. 14th, 1809. C. 0. I\ F. C.
16-14. t/1
CLERK'S SALE,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF C#MAION PLEAS.
Tbe Peoples Bank of Winusbcro, S. C., rsJohn
woods and David Hipp, the last
named doing business as David Hipp &
Co.
7N pursuance o? an order of tbe uourt
JL of Common Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, beforo tbe
Court House door in Winnsboro, S. C., on
the
FIRST MONDA.Y IN NOVEMBER |
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
publis outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
"All that certain tract or plantation of
land, lying, situate and being in the County
of Fairfield and State aforesaid, containing
FIFTY-SEVEN ACRES,
more or less, being in Township No. 11 of
said County, and bounded by lands of
J. W. B. llever, John M. Martin, David
Boyd, Prince Martin and Ben Martin,
being the same tract of land conveyed to
the said John Woods by Dorcas Woods, by
deed bearing date the 19th day of December,
1834.
TEBM8 OF SALE:
One-half cash, the balance on a credit of
twelve mont s from the day of sale, with
interest from day of sale at eight per cent
per annum, to be secure! by the bond 01
purchaser and a mortgage of the premises,
or for all cash at tho option or the purchaser.
Purchaser to pay for all papers
and recording.
R H. JENNINGS,
October 14,1399. C. C. C. P. F. C.
10-I4td
r.T.TURK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIFA,
COUF/TY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEA?.
Susan L. DesPortes and W. L. DesPortes
as Executors ?t R. S. DesPortes, deceased,
vs. John S. AT. Robertson.
IN pursuance of an order of the Court of
Common Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, before the
Court House door in Winnsboro, S. C., on
the
FIRST MONDAY IS NOVEMBER
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
public < utcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
All that lot. piece or parcel of land
situate, lying ana being in the Township
No. 5 in the County of Fairfield and State
aforesaid, and bounded as follows, to wit:
On the north by lands of David Provence,
M. D., and R. S. DesPortes; on the east by
lands of D, J. Weir: on the south by lands
of D. J. Weir and William Durham; containing
TWO HUNDRED AND EIGHT TTHREE
AND ONE-HALF ACRES,
more or less, and lying on Dutchman's
Creek, Waters of Wateree River.
TBBMSOy SALE.
One-half cash, balance on a credit of one
year, with interest from day of sale, secured
by the bond of the puichaser and a
mortgage of the premises with clause re.
quiring payment of reasonoble fee to At
torney of the mortgage in case of loreclosure,
with privilege to purchaser of paying
all cash.
R. H. JENNINGS;
Oct. 14th, 1899. C. C. P. F. t\
10-14td
CLEBK'SSALE,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUXTY OP FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Swan L. DesPortes, as Executrix, and
William L. DesPortes. as Executor of
th* Will of R. s. DesPortes, deceased,
vs. William R. McCormick and A. F.
Ruff and W. Herbert Ruff, partners in
trade under the firm name of JL F. Ruff
& Co.
XN pursuance of an order of the Court of
Common Pleas, made in the above
stated case, i will offer for sale before the
Court House door in Winnsbore, S. C., on
the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, tathe highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
All that parcel or tract of land, known
as tract No. 1 of the P. M. Cohen lands, in
Fairfield County, containing
FIFTY. ACRES,
more or less, with all the houses and improvements
thereon. Said tract No. 1 is
nri tha w*rt of the GoDher
Branch ti act, ad joining lands of Jones Graham
tract, and lies on each side of the
Peay's F?>rry road, and has such shapes,
metes and boundaries as will more fully
appear in deed of conveyance of P. M.
Cohen to Wm. R. McCormick. dated Jannary
1st, A. D 1819, and recorded 29th
day of J anuarv; 1889, in Book AL., p. 442,
reference thereto feeing had.
TERMS OF SA.E5:
One-half cash, the balance on a credit
ef one year, with interest fr?m day of sale,
secured by bond of the pnrchaser and
mortgage of the premises, with the privilege
to the purchaser of payin* all cash.
Pnrchaser to pay for all necessary papers.
R. n. JENNINGS,
October 14,189$. C. C. C. P. F. C.
10-14id
CLEEK'S SALE.
5 . ATE OF SOUTIICAROLINA,
C0U5TT OF FAIKFLELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Charles P. Wray vs. John Uadson.
IN pursuance o an order of the Court of
Common Pleas, made in the above
itated case, I will offer for sale, before the
Court House door in YTinnsboro, S. C., on j
the
FIR^T MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
ext. within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
lolloping described property, to wit:
All that certain tract or parcel of land
tying, being and situated iu Fairfield
(JouHtv and. tate aforesaid, containing
SEVENTY ACRES,
more or less, bounded on the north by
audi of William Jon?s estate: west by
lands of William Outten; east by lands of
Ben Murph^. south by lands of Ben Murpky.
TERMS OK SALE.
One-tJiird of the purchase money to be
paid in cash on the day of sale, the balance
n two equal annual instalments from day
>f sale; with interest therton from date o"f
>ale, to be secured by the bond of the purchaser
and a mortgage of the premises
iold: or all cash at the ODtfoa of the pur
:h*ser. Purchaser to pay'for all necessary J
capers and for recording the same. If the
jurchaser fails to comply with the terms
>f sale the Clerk shall resell the premises
>n the saint or some tucceeding galea day,
without further application to this court,
it th?risk of the former purchaser.
R. H. JENNINGS,
Oct 14th, 1893. C. C. P. F. C.
0-14td
I Brandt Coming! I
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WILL BE IN WINNBORO
TUESDAY, O'JTOBER 17. ^
"AT EIDGE WAY
WEDNESDAY, O JTOBER 18 < I
" no'*fr^ (1f thj ^
u dufilwl i> ui?c ? ? *?? v
lartresr and m?-*t m^cssfol Jowe era J
mid Opticians in Sontb Carolina. He fl
brings wiih him this tr;p the lar^st
>ftniple linr of l.i? htock lie t-.su \e? fcadgfl
t-11L.
When 11 ices a: <1 quality u*e
oomphi e<i, l e )? U>e c?? hj e-?
it' ihe S:atc. Same GUARANTEE 'TO^^B
KVERY ONE. ^5
^ unless thok ughly satisfied
money refunded.
Write to R BRANDT if yo t desire
fciiV special jnfoimaticn oeroie uc .
(cnreb.
CLERK: S_S ALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIKFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
i Thomas G. Patrick, doing business ac T. V
j G. Patrick & Co., vs. O. S. McMoore. H
= - - - - M ?J -- ?' At* A /"'Awrf A#
iiM pursuance 01 an oruer vi mc v?ui?
Common Pleas: made in the above^J^I
stated case, I will offer for sale, before-*he
Court House door in Winnsboro, S C., on N
the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
All that certain piece, parcel or lot of
land, lying, being and situate in the town
of WJnnsDoro, and in the County and
State aforesaid, represented bv a plat of
.. it. , W T.oro /Tli.
surrey ul uk iauus ux vainca it. ju<*h,
eeased, made under order ;of the Court of
Common Pleas, in the case ofW.E. Bee ~4
&Co. against Jas. W. Law and otherssaid
plat having been made by James M.
Stewart, and recorded in Clerk's office.
Fairfield County, Book A G, p. 293. Said
let contains
ONE-HALF OA) ACRE,
ro:e or less, and bounded by lot of John
W, Smith and others, being the lot of land
convoyed by U. G. DesPortes to Aaron Richardson
by deed dated 15th Angust
1S88. -%TERMS
OF SALE:
One-half of the purchase money to be
paid in cash on the day of sale, the balance
on a credit or twelve months from
dav of sale, with interest from day of sale
at eignt per cent per annum, to be secured
by the bond of purchaser and mortgage
of the premises; or for all cash at the op- J
tion of the purchaser, if the purchaser
at such sale shall fail to comply with his
bid, the Clerk shall without f urtner application
to thi; Court resell the premises on
the same or some succeeding salesday
thereafter, at the risk of the former pur.
chaser. The purchasa. to pay for all necessary
papers.
R. H. JENNINGS,
October 14,1109. C. 0. C. P. F. C.
10-141x1
A
CLERK'S SALE. ^
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,COUNTY
OF FAIRFIELD. '
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The British and American Mortgage C'omEany,
Limited, vs. Silas W. Ruff, Thomas
>. Buff and Walter C. Rcff.
IN pursuance of an order of the Court of
Common Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, before the
Court House door in Winnsboro, S. C., on
the *
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
All that certali pieoe? parcel or tract of
J ana tying, Deirg anu. situiw m tuc uuumj
of Fairfield and State of South Carolina,
containing -j
FIVE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-TWO J
(552) ACRES,
m*re or less, in Township No. 1#. and
being composed of two tracts, to wit:
First. Fear hundred and s?venty-sevea S
(477) acres conveyed to the said Silas W.Mi
Raff by Elizabeth K. Anderson, by deedfl H
dated December 18th, 1878, and record^!
in the office of the Register of Mesne Cfl
u ?a? :? nAAi,
vepance ior r airneiu. ^uuuty, m awn.
F.," page 348, et seq; and second, seve?
five (78) acres, conveyed to the said
W. Ruff by James B. McCants by deea^^R
dated January 1st, 1878, and recorded in
the office of the Register of Mesne Conveyance
for the County and State aforesaid,
in Book "A. F-," page 460, et seq.
All of said land being bounded, on the
north and east by the pablic road leading
from Kincaid's Bridge to Columbia; on the
south by lands of Henry Steele and Mrs.
Frank Steele; and on the West by lands of
Thomas Anderson and by Broad River.
TERMS OF SAL".
One-third of the purchase money te be
paid in cash on the day of sale, a deposit
nf Hftv oil arc tn hp marie hv the uurcbaser
at the close of th? bidding as an earnest of
his bid, and the balance noon a credit of
ene and two ytars from the day of sale,
with interest thereon from the day of sale
at eight per cent per annum payable
annually, to be secured by the bona of the ~
psrchaserand a mortgage of the premises
sold. And in case the purchaser should
fail or refuse to corrrply" with his bid on
the terms of sale, then the said Clerk shall
resell the said premises at tke risk of the
fermer purchaser immediately, or on some
subsequent convenient sales day, upon
he same terms without the farther nrder
of the court. The purcliaser to pay for all
lecessary papers.
R. IL JENNINGS,
Oct. 14th, 1899. C. C. P. F. C.
1>-I4td .
nHARLOTTE
I OMMERCIAL
COLLEGE.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
* (i-tabiislied 1891)
RLfcGANT APARTMENTS
IN PIEDMONT BUILDING.
owl TtiAPAii^li fniircAC
Uilill lll'JlUU^U VJUUiOUC
IN THE SOUTH.
I POSITIONS SECURED. ^ X
Hundreds of ocr Student* are
Holding Responsible PosrrroNS
Mfi$ kitel for Tuition.
A home (or young ladie- nnderti.e
supervision o! the President and iiis
wife.
Y<;ung men furni-lu JsuraM- boarding
places ar $10 p-r month.
Students can Enter ^
at Any Time. ^
School nndei* Ci?t istiati Influences
Caralojju. F?ee.
D. M MgIVER Pbesident.
10 12 ly S
UNDERTAKING
% _
IN ALL ITS PEPAltTMKN Tc>,
wilb a full stock ?>? <J?*ket8,
Oa-ses nr.d Coffins. u>ijs:antly #?n hn?i?j,
ami ns- <?f hearse wh'^u r qne*t?-l.
Thaukfut for pa?f pn^n.^ve an<t >o!ie: a*i'?n
for a share m the future, i;i the
Old vaud
aVs attended to at all hours. .
THE ELLIOTT UI* SHOP,
J. M, ELLIOTT & OO.
4-17-ly
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