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NEWS A?sT? H?RALD
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P0&&I3&SD EVERT WEDNE8DA
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.YE *S AND HERALB COMPANI
TERMS, IN ADVASOK:
One^Ytar, ... $1.5
Six MoHthx. .7
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Wodnes lay, October 25, - 1895
A CHEAP GOLD DOLLAR.
Ia the year 1893-4, accord ins: to th<
director of ihe mint, the world's sap
ply of money was wrap >s d in roam
numbers, of fou* ?>il!ioa? of dollar
each of goliand silver, and two an(
three qnirter billions of u;c>vere<
paper. That year'* output of gol<
was $180.-000,0C0 and of silver, $215,
000,0(X>. For several ye-irs ihereafie
the outDut of gold, which wasgprac
ticilly the only metal utilized for coin
age, iccreased but little; and the sup
ply of money not keeping ptce wii!
???.!??wio rw-f hnsinofiB thf>rf> WAS
T91UIUW %'.li ?
8h: inka?c of p:\oes and a threatens
panic. To use a naaticil -im'ile ih
ferry boats used to transfer wealth di<
not keep pace with products, a? i
values had to be squeezed into smaile
coajipas3 or mashed ap omplctelv
Thft demand for free silver was but
demand for more ferry boat?, ansince
the world seemed unable to stif
ply gold boats the people de ..aade
silver ones. When the Pallman do?
not accommodate passengers they hay
to take the smoker. The demand fu
free coinage failed in 1398. It svouli
be still stronger this j ear except fo
oce fact, ine ctiemjcai proce-s 0
rcdacing gold has become so muc
cheapened that a tun of 0 e can be re
daced at a cost of les? than six dollar*
ThU is, or?)ie!ding only six dollar
to the ton ean be worked. Thi? is
provement has given such aB iinpetn
to gold mining that last year the vieli
Was more than three hundred mil
lion dollars, and next year, unless wa
hrpaka out in the Transvaal. the on!
pat promises to exceed foar hundrei
millions, or ten per cent of all tb8 gol<
money in the world In 1894. Darin
the pist decade the yield of gold ha
exceeded a billion dollars, or 20 pe
cent of the total gold supply. At tbi
rate it will not be long before th
snpply of gold will be increased fift
or even a hundred per cent, an incrcas
I x. iL.t ?J 1 4WA
equal 10 mat cyuueiyeu uy iuc UJU:
enthusiastic silver worshipper, as
result of silver coinage. It is sai
that an English statesman gives as tb
reaion of the South African muddl
that there is a bill covering two and
half billions of dollars of gold ther
. with- twenty thousand Dutcbme
squatting upon it. Plainly the Et
glishtnen want to shoot the Boers o:
the hill and take possession of tha
pile for themselves. Such a snddei
output wonld be worse than a coinin
of all the silver idols aad coffee pot
and teaspoons in the world. JBa
England, as usna', will corner tb
sup pi j and dole it ont as diamond
are doled.
It will be seen fcbat the volume o
gold and silver at any time is a mer
matter of chance. There is nothin
scientific whatever in either a gold o
a silver standard. Both are but ap
proximation3. Il will not be sarprh
iog if .in a few years creditor nation
wi'.i begin to s?ear-hat gold is n
standard at all, and that a good man
grains must be billed to th? goid do!
lar. Watch tba gold supply froc
A Ansfpoiio on^ V?o IT
ai'.lVOf MUU MAW AkIVWUiti
ana see how prices are rising and th
Federal treasury is filling with gold
THS GOSPEL ACCORDING TO OUZTS
The interest in the bituitioa i* is
' tensified by the desperate oppoeitio
maintained by Messrs. Williams an
B^yfein againsi. the other three men
tors oi toe ai<pensary ooara; so iu*
while Attorney General Bellinge
notninallv representing tbe Soli
Board of Control, Mr. Abney ha
bren separately retained by tii2 m:
nority to look after their interest?. I
all this controversv, Mr. Doutbit r?
mains silent; but Mr. Oazts takes th
public freely into his confidence air
tells them that the dismistal of Douth:
and himself is but one step is a dee
laid icheme to fill the dispensary -wit
facile toois, and use it for politics
and other purposes. The dispensar
with all its perquisites is to b?com
the personal property of Mr. Haseldec
Mr. Oazts shows that a number c
Mr. Haselden's cousins have been s
fortunate as to obtain positious a
whiskey drummer^ whose onl
nno1?fi<%atirtn ihinba Mr. Onzfcs. ha
been kinship to Mr. Haselden. "Whil
Mr. Oazts was dismissed for selling
bottle of contraband gin in ac*orJanc
as he claims with the resolution of th
board, other parties have coniinuall;
sold in the same way without ques
tion. Mr. Haselden himself sold snc:
liquors, and also opened cases am
sold champagne at wholesale price t
banquet committees. All these state
?ents are from the gospel of Ouzts
Several columns of Mr. Ouzts' indict
ment are devoted to showing tba
Shipping Clerk Black is utterlv in
competent, that he can not make out ai
inv ?ice and always has accounts mud
dle<% besides being occasionally mud
died himself. Yet Mr. Black i3 firml;
entrenched in the hearts of the ms
joriry. Lastly a special liquor hous
give- silver flasfcs as premiums to dis
pen ors.
Taese Are some of the charge
agaiist the majority of the board. I
is c -ident that the minority of th<
boa-.d concars with Mr. Oazts and an
probably listing hiui in his literar;
efforts. As ?the matter has not ye
beei sifted in the charts it wi!l be wt]
to suspend jodsmeut. Last week
commended Mr. Il&selden .for stirrinj
up aispentary irregularities; for ther
hav- been irregular ties, if notbiDj
wor-'e. If Mr. Li*se!den has beei
doing wrong, or if bis motives are im
I
proper, it is the duty cf his opponents
to prove it. Ib either case the public
* will be benefited. The old policy of
"silence" *might very possibly have ^
included "addition and division." <j(
Mr. Haeelden has^ made "silence" at m
least impossible, and the re3t will fol- g;
low- H
D(
NOT OVERPRODUCTION* BUT UNDER- [j.
CONSUMPTION.
P
o The most universal theory of the ai
5 cheapness of cotton last year was that tt
= of overproduction. The remedy for Si
such a disease it is claimed is a dimi- m
Hutios of the yield so as to cause cc
' fcarcity. Let us see where this doc- si
* trine of overproduction carries us. If j fr
a half crop would be more profitable j al
j- *' Ano Q I h:
10 IDC larmer uisu a nuui& ?. ?
e quarter crop should be still more p
. profitable; the smaller the crop the tl
j greater the ?um realized from if. di
s This might be true .for the faimer. a
j But bis gain is made at the expense p
j of the wot U at lar^e who suffer for h
I want of e: ouj:h cotton. He battens si
on thv world's waitt* If is not fo be G
r anppssed, however, that h? wM be tl
allowei alone to curtail his products j b
. O her producers will cut do-.vn, and { si
entail further scarcity aud discomfort j B
^ on the pub:ic. Wh'le the Jaricer gets i tl
a twics ss much money for a single j h
3 pound of coll on ss before, bi* pggre-j t:
e gate i* no greater. He must pay j n
? twice as much for all that he buy?,; /
^ became all other producers hivecut! 1
r off half th<*ir supply. Now, the whole I u
world wi'? bo twice as poor as before; f
for it will contain only ha f as much ; o
jj of every kind of products as it luid ; n
?v.;? irnmlorfnl nf aAfiinc 1 a
. IV LUJU TlUUUVMUr ^ * v.
^ rich by not producing was coi.ceiVc<i! li
and eiecuff d. By this simple procc-63 ! P
. of reasoning we reduce tbis great law j ir
go o
r of overpr dcctioii to an absurdity.
The difficulty is not thit the farmer is j
r producing too much cotton. There is
? enough potential demand in the world
k ?enongh naked Philipiuos, ragged -j
darkies, and dilapidated .underwear? (j
, to uie all f-nr c >tton crop twice over. g(
>a" This demand is not effectual because c
^ for (bToagh a bad mocey systtm, * ^
g wast of confidence, and the organize- s)
j tioi ?{ trusts to cul down healthy ^
normal production, and make artificial
r scarcity, the nakad are cot at>:e to ouy |
all the cotton.they want, nor are the
j i spinners and weavers>b!e to purchase [,
j all the food they desire. The evil y
^ lies in nnder-consnoapuon. What the E
* cotton farmer mast ultimately do is ^
r aot to jut down his cotton crops, but ^
s to see that there is an elastic money . a.
^ mediam, and a law that will abolish | f|
c y
traats and destroy barriers agaiust ^
Q free trade aDd free production. There a
mast not b3 laziness bnt vro?-k, not a
scarcity of all things bat abundance
^ of all thiugs. "Liissez taire laissez t,
e passer." Let us alone and keep the 0
' roads open. f
a ? b
e STORM CENTRES. t'
n TKo fifv c>f f'nlrimhia ?n.} thfi Trans- ^
l" yaal are the two storm centres of (he
world at this moment Oom Paul,
like Owen (xlendower of oid, is raisB
ing snow storms and rains to mystify
? tbe British while he marches on to take ^
8 Kimberly, the headquarters of the ^
4 diamond supply, and to cut off water
e supply from several other towns. It 7
8 would appear at this writing as if Eog- j?
? land will have much more trouble than t
f t<
mroa ioir.fi rP#3 hpfrtr* shf* fftt 5 thTOOlTh
TTuw uu wav* f?- .vv> v ? .
6 \
benevolemly assimilating the Boers.
& t1
to They have always proved indigestible,
r and are toother to-day (baa ever. Bnt
k the flishes coming from Johnnuesborg
and M*jaba Hill are rner?st sheet
8 lightning as compared with the f >rked j 5
0 flames and earth shaking rev^rbera-1 u
^ tions that issue from and arouui! a:-d 0
I- <
beneath the great moral Vesuvius c
Q reariog its bead about our capital city.
? For two weeks the eruption has con- ?
[_ tinued, first with shor", sharp and de- n
cisire bounces, then with pnfi-i of ^
i. blindiDg smoke, and uow with belch- f
iog flames, Java, "bricl ' t?" and ?'
'* ashes, as one of the craters b>. -'o cJ ^
0 nff" mnnih" Snfih an emu ion in ^
d political serology has not been v.ii- b
l" nefsed in many a day. Dropping 1!
lt metaphor, we must rem irk in the a
J word-3 of Dominie Simpson, as we ?
read the proceeding of the dispensary D
;8 board, ''Prodiaijus!" Messrs. Miles,
l* Halselden and Robinson got the drop a
n on Douthit and ()iiz:s, iwid, it was n
l~ thought, made short work of them. ^
? But Douthit his called in Col. George u
Jehmtone, i:im of the mild i-p: cch and tlt
medriii: way*, and Col. George has J
P brought maudamus certorari, and 11
every oth'.-r form of judicial cussing
tobearonif-e board. Attorney Gen* Sl
^ ervl Bellinger and Lieutenant Colouel n
e and Breve; Attorney General U. X. a
1 Gamer have been ordered to hold the j a
^ fortwi:b hetvv legal artillery, while,
0 from an elevated platform in their
,s 1 rear, Col. Andicforth Get Outz* is *
y grinding ai the crank of a mitrailleuse "
and peppering everyth ag connect! d S(
e with the entrenched forces of the dig- c:
a pensary with shrapne1, grapcshot, e;
e buck-and br.ll, o!d bottle?, contraband k
6 corkscrew?, first cousiu3 and silver V
v - ?. -L U?ou/vV.<iD a
' as 1115 wauc JCVCiai uicavugo ?
'* and di;figored Dot a few official mugs, ei
^ and has last begun. He is wound op '1
^ with a "Waterbnrv spring and can fi
0 grind forever. a
Dr. Sheimrd, of Charleston, is run- w
niog his Pirceiiurst tea farm as a com- ai
mercial enterprise and claim? lo be 1]
' making a proOt. He eaye that |his c<
teas average ab^ut from 27 to 32 cents ,JI
a pound wholesale, ?and that this com- 0
pares favorao'v with the price of n
^ fore;gu tea-wbiih have a duty of ten
cents adde i, besides ;ho cost ?>1 org
nameiitai boxes Very littie
foreign tea is sold at more than thirtyfive
cents a cound wholesale in New
S York. The crop can be brought to :t
thres hundred pounds of tea to the ii'
8 acre in America. It i? encouraging to
B IC
know that the d*m*nd f<-r this Fine- h;
V . i4
f l.urst tea ex eed- the supv/y and "its j Xc
j pnicha?e.s are largely of tue class ?>
who have heretofore banght on!y ihe *
6 Cc
best impei ted teas." The question of
3 labor is the most important, lor the <j<
tea grows ea?i!y in this iitatC- Col. <a
? James II. Kioa ha-1 a 'ea plant grow n.
^ iDg iu his garden which we beiieve is ce
- gtill living. E
1 n i ' i ?,iv r'ui mmwi* UUMJ
LOST HIS FODK-LEAF CLOVER.
In three straight heals the Shamrock
is been fairly beaten by the Colnmbia
'itbo'it having ever made tho contest
oubtfal. Sac!) preparation had been
iade and tmh expense incurred bv
ir Thomas Lip;on on his beautiful
reen yacht th it many seafaring exerts
feared ten he should carry away
10 trophy cup. Bui the Columbia
roved in every way the better sniler,
nd also the better boat, for oh? passed
irough the races unscathed while the
bamrock 3ost her mast in the srcond
leeticg and had to be towed from the
)urse. In the past thirty-eight years
ace the America brought the cup
om England there have been eleven
:tempts to take it back, and every one
is failed. Contrary to tormer exectation,
America c*n now claim
is most expert ship builders and
asi^ners in the world, eo far as pleasre
boats are concerned. The comarative
merits of the two countries
are not been tested in naval warfare
ace the days of the Const;.tntion and
uerriere, bat it is not unlikely that
iia Oregon, Brooklyn and other mem
ers of our fleet could make a good
mowing against the monsters] of the
iritiib Lavy. From our exploits or
se water y* e may well claim to divide
onors with any nation. How great,
ban, is the pity that our mediaeval
avigation acts and tariffs prevent
American seamen from carrying a
arge portion of the commerce of the
rorld! A little more free-trade-and
ree-ehips-spirit would be of more aci-unt
in building up our merchant
larine tbf.n all those twelve hundred
ud more rocks and clumps of dirt in
tie Philippine Archipelago with Cuba,
orto Rico and Saint Domingo thrown
>.
IBB STATE KAIB
The State Fair is near at hand, and
. promises to be a great success. Col.
'om Holloway has gone to Colombia,
isv say, and when his genial face is
?en or the streets there, all know that
re long the big pumpkins will begin
) roll into town and the obese Berklires
will emit lazy grunts as they are
oked with the points of umbrellas
od walkiug canes and fierce Holstein
od Jersey and Gnsrnsey bulls will
arale placidly with brass rings in
ieir noses and sad eyed kine will be
ielding pAtlfuls of milk and horsey
i?n will be c ilting snort turns wuu
igh stepping trotters and women will
s on dress parade in fluffs and Gnery
nJ cbildien will have their mouths
all of popcorn and bananas and pink
j -m. n;.,oT,
imonaicwjn kuisui ?^uu> a.u <
nd fakir# will fleece (he everlasting
reenhora and the smell of sausages
3100: at a nickel apiece will tempt
;e palates and destroy the diaphragms
f multiicdinou* small boys and the
at wom?m and the biz snake and the
oneless man the living skeleton and
if; fair Circassian andtheZalu chief
?ill sco >p in ihe di.r.c? while the conury
editor with a ros^trc in his bnttort3le
and a free pa?s in his pocket will
aunter among the multitude convinced
:at he is mistaken for the president
f fOT)C great iion trust or ihe contraand
cleik cf the State Di?peosary.
.'he Fair will be g-eat asd ihe crowd
rill be great and the exhibits will he
reat and if we can kc3p Wall Street
:om s-tealing onr cotton in the next
jrtnighi we will all be there in great
51m ourselves. If Fairfield doesn't
lu\j f ut a'.i precedent will be violated
nd we shall blush for the c">nuty.
Captain Charles 1'ettt of the
partan is one of the veteran jouruaif(s
of the St.te and his paper is one
f the best. The Spartan rccenily
obtained an editorial addressed to
ndse ?vhoJ are not 6iudents. Many
onog men in bnsibess in town have
0 h>mes and often get into bad
abits through loafing. Tnev were
hnven ho-v tli-y might pass evenings
ei?.-aistljr ia reading. Dr. Carlisle
as eniorccd Capt. Pe:ty\> aivic^- in a
vter setting forth the adranta^es to
e secured from the Kemiedy library
1 S;>artanbar?r. Ilis wordi are not
daptcd to any special place bat have
cneral application. A library is a
lost useful institntion. In a way it
ijast as important as a school. NVe
rp aifl.-l tr> S.PR thitPiCf. Fooshe is
isking such efforts to equip the
louwt Zi -n lib ary. This might be
i*<le the nucleus of a library wbere
ie pub ic could mcot to read and coucrse.
?ff>ris to establish a library
i Winviboro have failed; but efforts
:> found a faciory failed before they
ucceeded. The times are now much
fhan before for fruch
:i undertaking. Toe schoolmaster is
yroa 1 with a book under bis arm
In ihcse days of railroad building
fby dors i-ot Fairfield awake to tLe
nporiance of securing competitive
irvice? The Se-board Air Line is
auiogall around the county without
uterine it. Som* inducements should
e oil rod for a branch of tbi? road to
finnsboro. At present Ncwbetry is
competitive poi it betneeu 'hi Sou brn
and the Coif-t Line. A ii t!e f.irler
r-ff rhe Seaboard 00:120- into the
eld of competition. Let ns work for
road fii ni Winosuoro t > Newberry,
he time wiil cime when our quarries
'ill i.eed additional railroad facilities,
nd when ibe nect'.on of cotton factoes
wlli requite iucieased supplies of
>ul. TravcJ from Winnsboroto NewFrry
is very inuc'i hampered by want
r good roads. Let 11s 1 ave our rail
;ad. It miy f i .0 a poitionor tee
i.ast it v.u u'timatclv
ttend d ;<? he Seaboard j mo'ion.
Krave Man Tall
Victims to etormch, liver and k:d.;C\
oubJes as well as women, and nil feel
ic 1 exults in loss of appetite, prison
1 the blood, backache, nervousness,
,'adacbe and tired, list'es', run-down
>?:ling. But there's no need to feel
ke that. Listen to J. VV. Gardner,
iaville, fie sap: "E'ectric
itre-s Are just the thing for a man
J en he is all run down, and don't
tie whe:her Le lives or die?. It_di?f
oro to givft in'3 new s rei'gth and
jod appetite than anything I could
,ke. I cau now eat anything and
ive a new lease on life " Only 50
ar McMaster Co.'s drag store,
very bottle guaranteed.
lis *:
jjj *
i .AYege fcable Preparation for As- | ||
[ Slllllldung iuexwucu-AirLt-5uia-" g
; ting the S tomachs and. Bowels of |j
?*? " |
PromotesDigcsGon.Ch^rful-1 j |
! mess and HestCcn tains neither j I s
; 0pram>lorpiiine nor Mineral, 11
tjot narcotic. l|
Heaps of OldlrSM-lUELPlTCHEtt
i J^urrrpfm SetZ~
[ AbcScnna * { 2
i JMidU Sdis i k
Anise Seed * I 5
Hfjxnmnt - / 5
iftCcrionakSadc, * | '?
f'irmSfxd - fi ! 35
Chvi&d Suftrr I
> Wcricrprctrv Fl>zrzr. / jg
- -
ApCDtecr Jieuujuy i ui ooii^upa- *
lion, SourStomatir,Diarrhoea, |
; Worms .Convulsions Xeverish- f.g
I ness and LOSS OF SLEEP. |
t |
Pac Simile Signature of &
i I ~I
J NEW YORK. J
EXACT COPT OF WRAPPERi f
i - s
Saint Domingo is convulsed with
revolution. Venezuela i? snfTcr:rj
from a revolution. Colombia is en
gaged in a revolution. Samoa is pre
paring for anotler ievohrion Thi
jhows that Saint Domii go, Venezuela
Colombia and iramoa an; rot civiiizc<
?that they nod benevolent assimili
tion. IJau-'g .-eventv thousand sroop
in Mani a, let us s-ei d seventy thou-ai'i
each to the<-c other benighted people
and we will have three hundred aai
fifty thousas d military misHonari s
arostle9 ot asf-imilauon. Ou fecor.'i
thought it vculd feero from ilie !a?
week's nev? from the Transvaal tha
neither British nor Beers are civilizod
" .1 ? ~ f _ - A 4^ U,.
A3 0U1' !: ]?sJO!i is utuiaicu iu umoiiopoly
of (his assimilation bus-;
nese, let us ram some beievolent Chris
tian assimilation into Ivrag-Jorgensen
and shoot it into Briton and Boer alike
Is ihe Q teen's opening speech t<
Parliament she remarked, "Except. To
the difficulti;s that have been causec
b\ the action of the South Africa!
Republic the condition of the vror!<
continues to by peaceful." Tnis i:
verv di-cotirai?inir to Mr. VVillian
McKinley who imagines that ho ha
tbe biggest kiud of war on his hand
at)d ihU all the world i; standing
agap-. The Qaecn of England is a:
exceeding!? wide awake old lady an<
if she doesn't know there is war ii
the Philippines nobody else does
Now is the time, Billy., cut and ru;
' befure anyone finds oat what you an
trying to uo. Don't let 'em catch ) 01
pulling hair with little Aggy in tbi
' back alley.
Bryan spent a whole day Tueada;
lelliug ihs Democrats of Kentnok;
that throning away their voles on ai
independent candidate and ekcting;
Repablican governor is a very poo
way to elect a Democralie president
Goebel may be as bad as be is painted
which is unlikely, and yet he will b
better tban the Republican..
It is said that the cost of railroai
bailJing will b2 enhancsd because o
the rise of steel in the United States
Judging from the record of (rusts
embalmed beef, O'jerlin Carters anc
Philippine Wars it would be well t<
spell steel with an "a."
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L/^/ JlBtti )y
| 4 Woman ' 1
0s?/y igfiows |
K ?T,-* hi
*r- an.1I, buuciiii-; 11 \siii i<rv>iiAi^; vi buv v
2 womb, whites, painful or irregular a
3 menses, oi any disease of the distinctly B
J feminine v: is. A man may sympa- 0
K c.; b".t he can not know the g
R apr^nirs s;.j goes through?the terrible 2
P tiufTeri;!?:, so patiently borne, which n
S robs h-.r c.f benuty. hope a::d happi- jjj
9 ness. Yet this su.Tering roaliy is k
] needless.
McELREE'S I
j lie of ??iiijj
j will bankh it. This medicine I
3 cures all " fen:ale diseases " quick- g
: ly and permanently. It does away |
5 with humiliating physical exar.ii- \
K nations, i ns treatment may De ^
fl taken at home. There is not con- g
n tinual expense and trouble. The ?
k sufferer is cured and stays cured. |
tj Wine cf Cardui is becoming the ?
| leading remedy for all troubles of @
q this class. It costs but from any |
il dru^trist. I
? For a&rice in cases requiring S
| special directions, address, the 3
n "Ladies Advisory Department,'' |
L' The Chattanooga Medicine Co., S
K Chattanooga, Tenn. *
| MRS. C. J. WEST, Nashville, Tenn., ?
n writfj ::-''This wonderful medicineou^rht M
fi ty be in every housa where there are ciris H
B and woroc::.'' U
"undertaking
IN ALL ITS DEPARTMENTS
with a fall stock of Caskets, Bnria
Cases and Coffins, constantly on haad
riort /s-f ^Aoroa nrKiin wnmioofo^
Cfclilt uor v/ a. u^ai ow nuvu
Thankful for past patronage and solicitation
for a share in the future, in the
i aid stand
Calls atteuded to at all hours.
THE ELLIOTT GI.N SHOP,
J. M, ELLIOTT & OO.
4-17-ly
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a CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
,. CO'JN'TT 01* FAIKFIEI r
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i, I Susan L. DesPorics and William L. Dos,
Portes as Executors o. II. S. DesV'ort??,
3 I deceased, vs. W. J. Ilagood, bailie P.
- j Hagood aud W. .J. Keen an.;
s T N pursuance of an older of Hie Court of
, | > Common Pleas, ma-'e in the above
a j stated case, 1 will offer for sale before the
$ ! Court House door in Wiunsbcro, S. C., on
a tllc
FIKST -MONDAY IX NOVEMBER
' next, within the legal hours of sale, at
d public outcry, to tl>c highest bidder, the
;t ! foUowieg described property, to wit:
All tba? certain piece, parcel or tract of
land lying, beiri? and j ituate in the
I. County of Fair fie d and S ate aforesaid,
oitiTTi rr
* TWO HUNDRED AND THHITY-TWO !
'* A CUES,
J- m.-recrlcss, and b'unded 011 t. e north
s bv lands ri the estate of Mrs. .Sarah Center,
. n the east by lands of Graci?
' Iiagood, on the south by lands of Hix
Ilasjood, and on the we-t by bnds of J. T>Y.
Rains.
TEEMS OF SALE.
' One half cash, the baiancc on a credit of
1 or. e year with interest from day of sale, 1
rj secured by boml of purchaser and rnort,
<wge of the premises, with insurance by
? -fUck r\ fhft lirmcr* thp Cllfl Int. I
s witlftlie privilege lo the purchaser of pay- j
. ingallea-li.
1 II. II JENNINGS, I
9 Oct. 14, 3S90. 0. C. P. F. C.
s 10-14td
I CLERK'S SALE.
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II STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIIlFIELD
3 COURT OF COMMON PLEA?.
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The Home Savings Association, of Wintis1
boro, S. C-, vs. F. II, Flaherty.
2 T N puroiia. vj of .in order of tiie Court
X of Common Pleas, made in the above
stated case.. I will offer for sale, before the
tr Court House door in "Wlznsboro, S. C., on
? the
Y FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
ti ne.v, within the legal hours of salt;, at
a public outcry, to th'e highest bidder, t!i '
following described property, to wit:
r "All that certain piece, parcel er trait
. of land lying, being and situate in ihe
County and State aforesaid, containing
NINETY ACRES
^ - - - , . ? ^ ^
" more or less, bounueu oy lanas or u. ?.
Boney, lands of Wooten, by other lands of
the said E. M. Flaherty and by lands of
J.W.Brown. The land hereby intended
2 to be conveyed being the same" Ian i conf
\eyed to E. M. Flaherty by Fainde E.
Harmon by deed dated i*7th"day .->f F;;b
ruary, A. D, 1S9S, and beinjj part of it
, tract of o!ie hund-ed and seventy-five
a acres, more or less, conve edto lire s.iid
"Fanrae E. JIarmon by Samuel W. Book5
hartbydeel dated 2nd June, A. P. 1879
recorded in Book Z. Z, in onice of
, R. M. C. for Fairfield Count}-."
j TERMS OF SALE.
i One-third of tlie purchase i. oney to be
j paid in cash on the day of sale, th- balance
j in two equal annual instalments, with
! interest irom me uay 01 sine, iu oe secureu
by the bond of p'jrcha er a>.d iao:tgage of
premises, or for all cash at option of pcr!
chaser, the purchaser to pay for all necessary
papers and recording of same. /
II. H. JENNINGS.
Oct. 14, 1SP0. C. C. P. V. c.
I ie-Htd
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CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUXTT OF FATRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON" PLEAS.
The American Fret-hold Land Mortgage
Company of LondonLimited vs. William
II. KufE. Silas W. KutT end t!:e Loan
and J vchange Bank.
j X pursuance cf an order x>f the Court
JL of Coir ir.on Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will olTer for sale, before the
Court House door in "W'innsboro, S. C.,
on t": e
FIRST MONDAY IN XOVJEilDSX
ne T-, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
First. All that parcel o: land lying,
b in? and situate in the County and State
aforesaid, containing * j
CTVTV riTTr A^T>TT<C
I X -i. i. Y JLJ ?LV
more or less, separated from the Jiousa or
home tract by Ilolmes Creek, bounded by
lands of John Curry. Mr-. Rcbecea O'Neal,
Tom Martin and Wade ?:'<rndon, which
parcel is called Mo tgoinerr.
Second. All that parcel of land lying,
being and situate in ihe County and Stnte
aforesaid, known as the Gin House tract,
containing
ONE HUNDRED ACRES,
more or less, bounded by public road loading
to Jenkinsville, by land of Dr. MoMeekin.
by old ro>d bed or estate c: Wylie
Yarborough, now belonging to Glenn,
this tract being separated from the, h-ju.s<<
tract or Home tract by the publ c road
leading to Jenkinsville. *
Third. All that parcel of land h ing,
being and situate in the County and State
I v known as the House or I:oni3
' trac:.<- 'staining
0>~E JiU::DRED AND FORTY-FiVE
A. ORES,
more or less, bounded In* public road running
from Long Run to Jenkinsviiie. '-y
> Holmes C eek. which separates it from the
I i Montgomery tract, by lands of Dr. Mct
j Mrekin, anil of Wade Herndon, Jr. The
_ j bids of the hi;hcst bidders for said s?p:i[
I rete tracts t > be accepted by the said Uerk
conditionally, that is upon condition that
1 the premises when said as one entire trajt;
a* hereinafter directed shall bring !css
tl-an the aggrega'e of the amounts 01 the
highest bids for the tracts io offered stparateiy.
And when all of. said separate j.
tracts or parcels have been offered for sclo I
and Knocked down to the highest b'.ddcis ':
tkerefor conditionally as above sci forth. :
the said Clerk shall ofier the entire premises
made up of said parcels, en masse, as
a single entire tract. * If the aggregate of
the amounts cf the highest bias bid for
said parcels offered separately shall exceed
the anion:.t':' entire premises as
a whole, tueu iuc .->;i.d Clerk unon compliance
with the terms of sale, shall execute
to each of the respective purchasers
for said separate parcels a deed for ilie
parcels so separately sold. But if the
amount bid for the entire premises en
masse as a single tract shall exceed the
aggregate of the amounts of the highest
bids offered 'for 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 saxl separate parcels offered
separately as aforesaid shall be wholly
disregarded null and void
TERJIS OF SALE.
One-tb'rd of the purchase money to be
paid in cash on the day of sale, the balance
in two equal annual Instalments from the
day of sale, with interest from the day of
sale at eight per ccnt per annum, to be
secured by the bond of the purchaser and
a ir ortgac;e of the premises, or for all cash
at, the option of the purchaser. The purchaser
to pay for all necessary papers and
recording.
11. H. JENNINGS,
Oct. 14, 1S90. C. C. P. F. C.
10-14cd
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The American Freehold Land Jlortga^e
Company. Limited, vs. William R. McCormick,
A. F. Ruff and W. II. Ruff.
IX pursuance of an order of the Court
of Common rieas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer fcr sale, bofoie the
Court House door in Winnsboro, S. C., ?a
the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
Anfrtrif 4-/\ 4 Vi r* nrVi1% 14?/lot* fVm
l/LL\ski.\s UC^AJr, I.V lUgUtCU U IKAVl^ k ^ WAV
following described property, to wit:
"All that certain piece, parcel ortiact
of land, lying, being and situate on Roclielle
Creek, in Township No. 5, of the
County of Fairfield 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-JI. Means; and on
the west by lands of Philip M. Cohen."
TERMS 07 SALE:
One-third of the purchase money to be
paid in cash on the day of sale, the balance
in two equal annual instalments from
the day of sale, with interest from the day
or sale: to be secured by tlie bond of tne
purchaser and mortgage of the premises
or all cash at the option of the purchaser.
Purchaser to pay for all necessary papers
! and recording of same.
II. II JENNINGS,
October 1', 1809. C. C. C. P. F. C.
10-14td
CLERK'S SALE,
STATE OF SOI3TII CAROLINA,
COCXTY OF KAIBFILLD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Tha Fairfield Loan and Trust Company
va. 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
anil B. C. Cooner, as copartners under
the firm name of Beal!, Cooner & Co.,
| and Robert F. Williams Company.
IN pursuance of an order of ths Court
of Common Pleas, made in the above
l stated case, I will offer for sale, before th?
; Court House door in Wmnsboro, S. C., on
I the
I FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
! next, with ill the legal hsurs of sale, at
j public outcry, to the nighest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
"All that certain tract of land, lying,
I being and situate in the bounty and State
I aforesaid, containing
Till!EE HU2sDKED A.\U Jj'lJb'Ti
I Acres, more or less, bounded on tho north
j by lands of Mrs. Lorena E. Macfle and
L. II. Milling, east by lands of William
Timms 2nd Mrs N. K. Rabb; south by
lands of Mrs. N. K. Rabb and R. Y. Lemi
rcor.; -west by lands of W. R. Rabb and
! John M. Lemmon. The tract of land hereby
intended to be conveyed beinc the same
tract conveyed to said Andrew T. Milling
by W. H. Kerr, C. C. P., 4th November,
lbT-i."
TERMS OF SALE:
One-th'rd of the purchase money to be
paid i i cash on the day of sale, thebalnn
* rroHit nf nup ftnrl twrcvelrs. 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
anil a mortgage of tlia premises, or all cash
j at the option ox the purchaser. Purchaser
to pay fer all necessary papars and recording
of same and for alfnecessarv ieveoue
! stamps.
R. E. JENNINGS,
October 14,1899. (J. C. < \ P. F. C.
| 1?-I4td
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUXTY OF FAIRFIELD.
(JUUK'i UJ? rj-iiSAO.
Sallie M. Douglass vs. Ladsoa U. Milling,
Andrew Y. Milling. W. L. Slater, W. J.
Meyer and John E. Wade, as coparcners
under the firm name of Slater, Meyer &
Co.,E. A. Beall, J. B. Norris and B. K.
Cooner. as copartners under the I firm
name of Beall, Cooner & Co.. and Robert
F, Williams Company.
I X pursuance of an order of the ^ourt of
I f'mtimm Ploac marl* in t.hft ahove
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.
more or'less, lying and situate on the
waters of Jackson's Creek, in the County
of Fairfield and State aforesaid, and
bounde 1 by lands of the estate of Nancy
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II. irtillU? V/L V Vila JJA.'
Lemmon and W. ]{. Kabb; the said tract
of land being s tuatcd oil the northern
side of the public road leading from
Winnsboro to Kincaid's Bridge.
TERMS OF SALE:
One-third of the purchase money >o be
paid in cash on the day of sale, tlio balance
011 a credit of one and two year.-?, in
equal annual instalments, -with interest
thereon from the day of .ca!e 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.
The purchaser to pay for al! necessary
papers and recording of same and for all
rnvprmp
11. II JENNINGS.
October 14,1809. C. C. C. P. F. V.
10-14td
CLERK'S SALE.
STA E OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COL* XT 01" FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEA<.
The Fairfield Loan and Trust Company
vs. C. N. Dundrick and Ketchin Mercantile
Company.
fN pursuance cf an order of the Court
JL of Common Pleas, made in the above
stated rase, 1 will offer for sale, before
the Court Iloasedoor i?i Winnsboro, S.
on the
FlhSF MONDAY IN NOVEMBER,
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidde , th^
following described pro erty to wit:
i. "All tint piece, parcel or tract of
la?:s !yi ng, beitigaiul situate in Faiifield I
County in theSta'e afoivsiid, .containing
SEVENTY-THREE ACRES,
nio:e or l?-s, bounded on uie norm i>y
!a ds no w or forme. !y of Mrs. A nua S.
Grad.ck: 0:1 the east ' y lands now or
fi rinoi !y of il?? McGrath estate; on the
squill by land of N". J. Gibson and Sarah
Pi'o. o ; west by lane's of D. It. Elkin,
luring tract of laud conveyed to nie (U. N.
Llnndrck) by Wir. H. Lvles by dmi
dated 7th February,
2. "All that certain pi?ce, paiccl or
tract of land in Fairfield County in 1I12
^tate aforesaid, on Alligator Cre*&, triba
tary of little River, [_known as tlw Lyles p
tract, and containing" o
TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY- 0
FOUR ACRES, J
more or less, and bounded by lands of
Thomas F. Mann, W. P. .Tones, C. E.
Leitner, R. n. Jennings; est C. O. Trapp, <
Dr. Arledge and W. C. RnfselL"
3. "All that certain piece, parcel or tract
of land lying, being and situate in the
Coantyof Fairfield and State aforesaid,
containing
FIFTY-TllKEK AUKJS'S,
more o: less, b >unded on the north by
lands of T. U. Watt,; on the 2t.st by a
tract known as the Yarborough or Lyles '1
tract of land; on the south by the Browns
B-idge R^ad; and on the west by lands of
| Albert RusselL. and being known as the
[ JKusseli tra ?, conveyed to said C- N. j
i Bundrick by William Russell; which deed (
of conveyance was duly recorded in the <
office of the Register of Mesne Conveyances
on the 4th day of March, A. D. "897,
in Boon A. P., pag<* 591." 1
TERMS Of SALE. j
On.Mhir.l of ih-? yin'his;; imnieyof rach
tract ti> be paid 111 c inh ? i lie 1 :y <;f sale, j |
a<id the ?*a!anc* thereo i on a credit of one 11
and two years, i:i ?-q ai annual itissal- <
ments. with in:?r<?st tu r-on fr in fhe day ?
of sale at tin i ate of civil: percent p^r c
annum, payable annual!} nntil th whole <
deot and interests paid. *o he secur -d hy ^
the ond of the respective purchasers and s
a mortgage of the premises, respectively ?
sold, or all cash at the option of the pur- ]
chasers, respectively, and the respective \
purchasers to pay for all necessary papers
and for recording the some, and all necessary
stamps. ]
K. H. SENN1NGS, 1
Oct. 14th, 1899. c. 0. P. F. C. <
l?-14td j
CLERK'S SALE
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, i
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. \
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Tbe Peoples Bank of Winusbcro, S. C., vs {
John Woods and David Hipp, tbe last s
warned doing business as David Hipp & i
Co. <
7X pursuance of an order of the Court i
X of Common Pleas, made in the above 1
seated case, I will offer_for sale, beforo tbe <
Court House door in minis do ro, o. u., on t
the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, within th8 legal hours of sale, at t
public 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
cf 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. Lever, John M. Martin, David
Boyd, Prince Martin and Ben Martin, 1
being the same tract of land conveyed to 1
tne saia J onn vv ooas oy uurcas *vuuua, u?
deed bearing date the 19th day of Decern- .
ber, 1834.
TERH8 OF SALE: <
One-half cash, the balance on a credit of ]
twelve muntis from the day of sale, with j
interest from day of sale at eight per cent ,
per annum, to be secure! by the bond oi 1
purchaser and a mortgage of the premises, <
or for all cash at the option of the pur- <
chaser. Purchaser to pay for all papers
and recording. <
R H.JENNINGS,
October 14, 1399. C. C. C. P. F. C.
10-I4td
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIFA,
COURT* OF FAIBFIELD.
COURT O? COMMON PLEAS.
Susan L. DesPortes and W. L. DesPortes
as Executors of R. S. DesPortes, de- i
ceased, vs. John S. M. Robertson, )
f N pursuance of an order of the Court of <
ma?v>wa? Dlaop tvioWo ?n tlia ohnr#
-c- Wlliim/U ligaci mau^ iu |
stated case, I will offer for sale, before the
Court House door ht Winnsboro, S. C., on
the 1
FIRST MONDAY IS" NOVEMBER '
next, within the legal hours cf sale, at i
public cutcry, to the highest bidder, the ,
following described property, to wit:
All that lot. piece or parcel of land
situate,' lying ana being in the Townsbio <
No. 5 in the County of Fairfield and State <
aforesaid, and bounded as follows, to wit: ]
On the north by lands of David Frovence, ,
M. D., and R. S. DesPortes; on the east by
lands of D. J. Weir; on the south by lands 1
of D. J. Weir and William Durham; containing
<
TWO HUNDRED AND EIGHTYTHREE
AND ONE-HALF ACRES.
more or less, and lying on Dutchman's .
("reek, Waters of Wateree River.
T? RMS OF 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. quiriDg
payment of reasonoble fee to Attorney
of the mortgage in case of foreclosure,
with privilege to purchaser of pay- \
ing all cash, 1
R. H. JENNINGS; ]
Oct. 14th, 1899. C. C. P. F. C\
10-14td i
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CLEBK'S SALE, j
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ST ATE UF SOUTH CAROLINA, j
C0XJKTT OF FAIRFIELD.,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. 1
I si n T, "DflfiPortPs. zs Executrix, and
William L. DesPortes. as Executor of {
the Will of R. S. DesPortes, deceased,
vs. William R. McCormick and A. F.
Ruff and W. Herbert Ruff partners in
trade und( r the firm name of A. F. Ruff
& Co.
IN pursuance of an order of the Court of
Common Pleas, made in the above
skted case, I will offer tor 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 out*ry, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
All that parcel or tract ot 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 im- (
provements thereon. Said tract No. 1 is J
located on the west side of the Gopher '
Branch tract,adjoining lands of Jones Gra- ?
ham tract, and lies on each side of tho j
Pt-av's Ferry road, and has such shapes, {
metes and boundaries as will more fully .
appear in deed of conveyance of P. 3a.
Cohen to VTm. R. McCormick, dated January
1st, A. D 1S89, and recorded 29th
day of Jannar ; 1839, in Book AL., p. Hi, *
reference thereto being had. j
TEKMS OV SAM.: J
One-l-.alf cash, the balance on a credit }
of one year, with interest from day of sale, i
secured by bond of the pnrchaser and j
mortgage of the premises, with the pr.vi- .
li-ge to the purchiser of paying all cash. ,
Purchaser to pay for all necessary papers. *
R. II- JENNINGS, <
October 14, 1899. C. C. C. P. F. C.
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CLEEK'S SALE. 1
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, j
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT <JF COMMON PLEAS.
C harles P. Wray vs. John Hudson. j
FN pursuance o an order of the Court of
Common Pleas, made in the above
statei case, I will offer for sale, before the
Court House door in Winnsboro, S. C., on
the
Ft .< T MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next within the legal hours of sale, at
pubiic outcry, to the highest bidder, the
I olio* ing described property, to wit: j
an Mm' certain tr^ct or oarcel of land ^
I lyinjr, being and situated iti Fa rfield 1 i
i Couutv and - tate aforesaid, containing
SEVENTY ACRES,
more or less, bounded on the north by
lauds of Wiliiam Jones estate; west by
lards of William Outten; east by lands of Ben
Mujph**. south by lands of Ben Mur- ?
phy. 3
T?RiId CF SALE. a
One-third of the purchase money to be c
paid in cash on the day of sale, th; balance ^
in two equal annual instalments from day J
of sale; with interest thereon from date of 3
sale, to be secured by the bond of the pi r- S
chaser and a mortgage of the premises Z
sold: or ail ca.-h at the option of the purchaser.
Purchaser to pay for all necessary
papers a d for recording the same. If the
] .1
urdiaser fails to comply with the terms
f sale the Clerk shall resell the premises
n the same or some succeeding sales day, ?
rithout further application to this court,
t tin risk of the former purchaser.
R. H. JENNINGS,
Oct 14th, 1893. C. C. P. F. C.
0-14td
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CLERK'S SALE. ^
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIEFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. |
Choruas G. Patrick, doing business ao T. __ j
G. Patrick & Cu., vs. O. S. McMoore.
I N pursuance of an order of the Court of
L Common Pl-as_^ made in the at5oy^^
tatei case, I will oiler for sai % oeiore
."ourt House door in Winnsboro, S C.. on^B
he
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
lext, within the legal hours of sale, at
lublic outcry, to the highest bidder, the ti
ollowing described property, to wit:
All that certain piece, parcel or lot of
a.ul, lying, being and situate in the town
>f W'nnsboto, and in the County and
state aforesaid, represented bv a plat of
uryey of the lands of James W. Law, de*
:t-asea, made under order ;of the Court of
"ommon Pleas, in the case of W. E. Bee ~
2: Co. against Jas. W. Law and others?
miH niflthavinor been made bv James M.
Stewart, and recorded in Clerk's office,
Fairfield County, Book A G-, p. 293. Said
ot contains
ONE-IIALF (X) ACRE,
nore or less, and bounded by lot of John
kV, Smith and others, being the lot of land/''
:onveyed by TJ. G-. DesPortes to Afijafr v
Rictfiardson by deed dated 15th Aiyjggt
TERMS OF SALE: \
One-half of the purchase money ^ ^
said in cash on the day of S'.le, the
ince on a credit or twelve months from
lay of sale, with interest from day of sale
it eignt per cent per annum, to be secured
jy the bond of purchaser and mortgage
>f the premises; or fo: all cash at the op;ion
of the purchaser. If the purcliaser
cn*?h fail to comnlv with his
>id, the cierk shall without further application
to thi; Court resell the premises ou
;he same or some succeeding salesday
ierafter, at the risk of the former purchaser.
The purchaser to pay for all uecsssary
pa.x-rs.
R. H. JENNINGS,
October l i. 1999. U. C. C. P. F. C.
10-14td
Letters of Administration.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNT7 OF FAIRFIELD.
By 8. R. JOENS TON, Esq., Judge Probate. ^
WHEREAS, R. H Jenniocs, Clerk of
Court, hath made suit to me to
zrant him letters of administration of
ihe estate and effects of John H. Clamp,
leoeased:
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said John H. Citat, dezeased,
that they be and appear before
me, in the Court of Probate, to be held at
-a " L T c /I ?>xth
r uirntJiQ. V/Uuio xiuudc, v.j vu v**v
iay of November next, after publication
lereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, why ;he
?aid adniinistration should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this ICth day of
October, A. D. 1899.
S. R. JOHNSTON.
10-17-6 Judge of Probate.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
By 8. R JOHNSTON, Esq., Judge Probais
WHEREAS, R. H. Jennings Clerk
of Court, hath made suit to
me to grant him letters of administration,
with Wiil annexed, of the .
?state and effects of Annie Durham,
deceased:
These are theief .re jo cite and ad- A
inonish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said Annie Durham,
ilULCa^Uf uutb bU^j wv ?before
me, in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Fairfield Court
Boose, South Carolina, on the 16th a
day of November next, after publi- jjM
jation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said Administration should^fl
sot be granted.
Given under my hand this 6th dav
>f October, Anno Domini 1899.
S. R. JOHNSTON, M
10-7- t Judge of Probate,
Letters of Administration.
STATE OF SOUTA CAROLINA,
COTOTY OF FAIBFItLD.
rt r> Ti Tr\ TTTLTOWn "KT
Dy o. Jh. O UZZ-tT O J. UJ. IfliMf.jJ. /vvui;;-kuy>,
\T7HEREAS, K. H. Jenuings Clerk of
V T Court, hatb made suit to me to
?rant him letters or administration, witb
tVill annexed, of the estate and effects of
Ransom Durham, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite andadmonsh
all and singular the kindred and
;reditors of the said Ransom Durham, debased,
that they be and appear be'ore
me, in the "Court of Probate,- U>
w held at Fairfield Court House, b. (J.,
>o the 16th day of November next,. after
publi.ation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
loreaoon, to show cause, if any they liaVe,
why the said administration should not
ye ^ranted.
Given under my hand, this 6th day ol
Dct ber, Anno Domini 1899.
S. K JOHNSTON, ^
10-7-6t Judge of Probate
Founded 1842.
<5T!EFt
/PIANOS <
"Sing their own praise."
conrge yonr want ajPiano, but perhaps
cannot affordja new one;
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE.
We hare feven Sqaare* and one
3 rand* each a bargain These Pianoe
lavebeeu pot in perlect condition *??tl
vert part of action renewed and are
.#? just a. good a> ?rh n sl?ipj>o-i
rom factory, and will jo.i purchase
> ice in exchange for a Stieff any time
vithin three years.
Take first and second choice nr-d
vrireqaicb; they won't la*t lonjr.
la nes Bros $110 00
ienry Gaeble (Pearl l^Und).. 105 00 ,
i-.ardman & Gray 100 COT
Uco.i & Raven 90 00 \
.icon & haven 80 00
leir.ekarap 75 00
Jacon & Raven 70 00
milord & Colhrd Grand 60 CO
Others being repaired and we can
.it vou in instrument and pi ice.
mi STUFF,1"Z?
Baltimore, \Jd.
Pa(t>ry Branch Ware-Room, No 213
Forth Tryoti St., Charlotte, N. C ?
C. II. WILMOTU, Manager.
fin- inning an? iepairing. Palace
Organs.
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fvoqoi t
Byspepsia Cure I
Digests what yon eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids 22
Mature in strengthening ana recon*
tructing tlie exhausted digestive or- h
ans. It is the latest diseased digests
nt and tomic. No otberJgTSparajCJon
an approach it in eftHS?P?v. It intantly
relieves and permanently cure?
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, JH
Tlatulenoe, Sour Stomach, Nausea
>ickHeadache,Gastralgia,Cramps,ana m
ill other results of imperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C. DeWltt &Co.. Chicago.
Mc MASTER C0. M
Winosboro, 8. C.^M

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