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THE
NEWS; AND HfiRALD.
PUB&LSECei) 3VERY WEDNESDAY
_KV
XK -vi A.ND HERALD COaPANT.
TKJKVS. IN ADVANCE:
Oae^Year, ... 81.50
Sis Month*, - -"S
vVIMNSiiOKO, S. C.
Wednesiay, November 1, - 1899
THE BEADING OF UOOD BOOKS.
Dr. James II. Carlisle ha* contributed
ihi tollosviu^ artele to tfce
Sp*rtan.
Late >.iunb'-rs of The Spartan ha7e
had articles speeii !y addressed to
boya and young men in the city. The
Spartan his more reader? ;n Spartanburg
county than in Spartanburg city.
Time, opportunity, good book?, and
character are as valuable and attainable
in the country as in the gieat
city.
Let 0.3 bear what aftim >us preacher,
who has liv-d for many \ears in
London, Las to say aboot th-i privjleges
of country people iu England.
Dr. Joseph Parker, wheu speaking ol
Paul's visit to tbe liille, out-of the-wuyplace,
Berea, s&ye: "It i- qnite possible
that there may be more re.ding,
of a solid *nd instructive kind, in a
little coan:ry town, a We>tern Bert a,
thi.u in the immeasurable Bib) ion.
Tbe metropolitan, of coarse, feels lhat
he is eutitled by some subtle and inexpressible
authority t* &nAer at people
who live in 'the country.' He has
a gift of small sneering. But the
Bereans were more noble tSan tbe
metropolitans. When men do give
? - 3* ?- . 1_
tne^nscives to reaaiDg m cue wu?uj
they htre more time for it; their minds
are not dis.racted and vexed by competing
claim*. * * * There can
be. however, great ignorance, even in
Berea. Probably there is haidly a
more ignorant Win to be found on the
fa^e ot the earth than an agricultural
laborer, who is determined not to
read. You ougbt to turn your obscurity
Into an ally of your education.
* * * * Every locality has its ad
- T ~
ran [age. 111 me meiruuunb wo
friction; continual motion, man sharpening
man by daily collision, and in
the country we have the opportunity
of profound caltivation, because of the
time, which is at our disposal. Ltft
ii3 not complain of our circumstances,
but rule thein, sanctify them and every
sphere of life will afford an opportunity
for intellectual and spiritnal advancement."
Now, coming back to our own
country, le< us read the lines, which,
it i? ?aiil, Benjamin Franklin had inscribed
on his water pitcher:
I He weairoy ana great.
Roll in solendor and state,
I envy them not, I deciare it;
? eat my own Iamb,
My own chicken and ham,
I shear my own fleece, and I
wear it;
I have lawns, I bave bowers,
I have finits, I have flowers
The lark is uiy morning: alarmer;
So jolly boys, novY,
Here's God-speed to the plow,
Long life aad success to the
larmer."
Tarning now from poetry to prose,
what good work bave you % country
young people, boys and girls, young
men and young women, cut oat for
long winter evenings. (Let the word
"young" in this sentence be made to
include all persons born at any time
in the present century.) Golden evenings
and hours will pas? in midwinter.
Wood is abundant. Before your comfortable
fire* you may read talk and
tbink with fioe effect. Sometimes a
book in each hand may be best. Again
one book iu the batd of a good reader
(does every family surely furnish one
good reader?) will give sometbiig for
all the circle 10 enjoy. The book
need not always be a new one. An
old bock re-read may be re-enjoyed.
Fill the mind? and memories of the
children with choice extracts of poetry
and prose. Le: no really hurtful book
or newspaper ever come into tne noase.
nnless it is on its way to the fireplace!;
Rat see to it that there are some good
bjoks, however few, in reach, and see
that they are read. Arrange now for
tome good reading in the long winter
evenings. J. H. C.
One of the best things abont this admirable
advice is that it can be so
easily adopted. Never before in the
world have good books been &o cheap.
Wc don't refer to ths five cent yellow
back detective stories or the "penny
dreadfnls" that are leading our yontk
to inaninity, but standard works that
are admired the world over. Take the
catalogue of John Wanaroaker, Philadelphia,
or isdontgomery Ward & Co.,
or A. Fknaghan, Chicago, or any
other of the kind, and you will be
amazed at the cheapness of good
boofcs bound io cloth, in fair type and
decent paper. Here for instance as an
instance of special cheapness are
twenty admirable works, in cloth, all
'for three dollars, most of them classics,
with two dollars added for separate
postage. Ia case they are ordered
in a lot by express the cost vroald be
much less than two dollars.
Black Beauty, By Pike and Dyke,
Dickens' Child's History of England,
The Deerslayer, The House of the
Wolf, Ivanboe, Kenilworth, Last Days
of Pompeii, Last of?the Mohicans, The
Pathfinder, Pilgrim's Progress, The
Pilot, Riei zi, Scottish Chiefs, The
Spy, Tales from Shakep^are, Tom
Brown's Schooldays at Rugby,
Waverlr, The White Company, With
Give in India.
These are offered by Montgomery
Ward & Co. A party of yonng people
either ia town or coantrv, by securing
a membership ot twenty at
twenty-five cents apiece can purchase
twenty books and have a circulating
library. tde^e docks are ;meauonea
becanse they are generally historical,
and afford a pleasant mears of obtain?
Id# acquaintance with the past. Black
Beauty, a p!ea for kindness to horses,
an I Tom Browa at Rogby, while not
historical are the noblest specimens ot
either kind. No doubt our local
dealers v?ould be able to supply these
classics books cheap Of course a
stii> better copy could be secured at a
somewhat higher price. Bat for those
who do not care to pay more these
will be satisfactory. We hope oar
readers will pat I>r. Carlisle's advice
iDto practice.
Itch on haman cared ia 30 minutes
by Woolford's Sanitary Lotion. Ttis
never fails. Sold by W. E. Aiken,
draggist, WinuSboro, S, C.
r
J CONTINUED IN OCR NEXT.
Mr. John Black, shipping clerk ?f !
the dispensary, has added his little '
contriontion to the serial literature '
that is being published about dispen- j
sary matters. He admits that be has '
made mistakes; but claims that many (
of these arose from the incompstency I'
of his accuser, Mr. Oazts. He does not
so mach excuse himself from charges
of incompetency as he in torn prefers
1 charges of incompetency, iil manners,
, cowardice and dishonesty against Mr.
Oazts. According tc him, Ouzfs has J
been detected UsteDiag- through key ^
holes, ransacking other men's desks,
soliciting order? for certaia brands of
liquors, aod refusing to fi^ht when |
cursed. All this does net answer th? ^
charge that Mr. Black has mace nam- (
berless eirors, that he has been fre- .
qaently .intoxicated, and that he has
been retained for political reasons in
spite ot bis incompetency. Promises
have been made to the public by all
, partus ih^t fnll and complete answers
'? n: . '
to charges will be maae mtcepuuu; .
print?; but >cch answers have r.ot. vet
appeared. Meanwhile ih-^ pa'iei cj of 1
the frieuds of the di-peDcar* I a-been
soiely tr.s d, while its enemies a e more
than ever confidem that it wi.l de-tro\
itself.
Tme Boer* are holding their own 1
" 1 ? r>..r*:?u ? - (
pivjny orsveiy. xuv ontisii in ?/*>;?
are bhut op in several towns, await- (
ing reinforcements, which cannot i r- 1
rive for a month yet; and although 1
British reports all tell of Boer re:.n!ees i '
the ra-o.ilv Boers always seem to I come
b vck. Great Britain is making *
a great effort, and ongbt to wiu in tl:e 4
end. Bi>: it mast be >emetubere<! that 1
- * - - -* *- t- ?v-.u s
there is onjy one pass is?ou^a wuitu an
invasion cau be carried into Oom
Paul's country, and this is by way of j
Majuba Hill and Lung's Neck. If, <
as reported, the pasa i<s two cr (href g
miles loDg-, steep and narrow, it would j
seem that twenty or thirty thousand j
men oajj^t to hold it indefinitely j
against a hundred thousand. The j
Boers ar* maintaining their reputa- t
tion* as marksmen, and handle artil
lery with umeh accuracy, ic is 10 oe
hoped tha: with these details in their
favor they may be able to welcome e
the enemv "with bloody hands to I
hospitable graves." t
Etkrt day'6 experience of the i
masses teackes that th6 old Democratic t
doctrines are be?t for the average self- 1
instainiotr man, who wants to take ]
advantage of no mm aud have no t
man take advantage of him. The
protective tariff has built up bloajed
fortunes, and special classes. Ii is the 1
foster mother, if not the direct parent ^
of the trust and the monopoly. The 3
doctrine of centralization preached by
the Republicans in opposition to the
Democratic doctrine of home rule ia (
taking away (he right* of tae people, (
and placing them more and more unc
der control of a strong Federal govern- j
ment backed by the grasping intere*ts t
that subscribe to it and derive gains j
from it. The individual is shrinking, j
and the government is more ana more, j
It is not lealized that tLe transactions
of ths dispensavy amount to be- 1
tween $1,500,WO and $2-,000,000 a \ ear. (
No business equals <hat of the ?a!e of (
lienor in offering inducements to fraud. *
Yet to marage it the Legislature elects ^
men who are not known out of their
own immediate section, and have not (
manifested any special qualification i
for transacting busiue^s or stamping j
oat frand. A rebate o. :ei per cer.i s
would amount to ueariy ?200,000 a
year. A rebate of only 2? p-er cent
would enable five men each to liquidate , 1
a debt of $10,000- * ye^r. Persons t
who were* disgusted Ja-t >ear by the 1
scenes on :he fioor of the House when i
the electioi of the new Board of Control
occurred, and were conversant
with the abundance of "samples" that *'
were distributed to member-* daring v
the ses*ior., may po^ibiy J - that all i
tbis zrta.1 <v&8 not purely paltrai&tie.
m m c
The. present State administration k
appears to have a backbone. Governor 6
Mo^wjponov ha? rprrmvpfl (.ftVPral trial
justices who have been sniitv of malfeasance
or dereliction in office; and
the Attorney General has decided that
one man car not hold four offices at
once. The yoob bah i-> this instance h
was one who combined the offices of sr
deputy sheriff, jailer, town warden "
and mem^r of tbe county board of 1
control. rihe Attorney General is of
' 4 1. a t- *U/\ .-5 ^
UJC upiiiiuii tuai tuc '?. ? \
second office vacates the first. This is '
donbtlcs>9 true, except, ?lni in tbe eve | f
of locmbeisor' the iegi^)ature, ooei?,|
not eligible for election while he hold?
a disqualifying office. Kackboue is a f
guvuiuiii^. it rcucruis ujauy cuvia. ^
But the drifting politician or th? driving
administration is covered ?ilh '
contempt and coutunaely. T
William Lloyd Gakrisjn says k
wiii be wor?e than folly tr> attempt u? *
enact any laws sgainr-t trusts. Any
legislation of that kind will otily en- l
cumber the statnte book with irapossi ^
ble laws. The correct thing to do is
. ... p
(o repeal a lot ot J*ws ar.a let tne people
come b?ck to first principles and to j
frte indiviuuali?m. In the fir?t place, ^
rep?al the tariff dot}- ou ever\thing c
ibat is the subject of a trusi. This
being done there is very little needed
in the second, tbird, or any subsequent
place. Ga'rison is riyht. Foveigners v
have an abundance of gockl cnmmodi- ,,
ties Io offer <:heap; and it ?>nr prc>duc- I
ere stifle production at bom* and raise 5
prices, the foreigners wiU supplr us '
gladly. ,,
1 i i i l 2
Chalmberlaiu's Pain Balm Cares Others
Why Not You?
My wife has been using Chamber- *
Iain's Pain Bairn, with <;ood result?, [
for a 1-trne shoulder tba; has pained s
her continually for nine years. We (
ha^f? tried all kinds ot medicines and
doctors without receivii'tr any bonetit
from any o ibem. One duv we saw
an advertic'- meut ot this m?.riicir.e and
thonght o?" trying it, w-'ni-h did *
with the b.'st of t-atisf-icii >n. Sbe has '
ased only one bottle and her fehouider b
i3 hlmoet well.?Adoi.ph L. &illett. *
Maischesa-r, N. H. For sale by Mc- a
Master Co- ii
The cost of this war of benevolent
issimilation is not realized by the people.
Htre i? an item. The execnton)i
the wi!i of the .&' <' Mr. Couversrluuounce
L^at out of bis beqaest of
?100.000 to Converse Collet must b3
iedacteo the su-n ot S10,003 for sac
session taxis a .aer me war icanu?
ict of < oLg:?;-s. Think of th*!! Ten
:housand dollars of (he fumi left ?o
sducale oar girls mast be nbs!rac;cd
wd handed over to tbe governmed
for the purpose of shooting a lot of
people to death on the other side of tt.e
iforld. The more one thinks of thithe
more outrageous it appears.
Gen?rat, Joubert's letter conveying
;he information of the death of
* _ ~
aeaeral Simmons, ana expreasiDg ui?
leep sympathy with Lady Simmons,
is worthy of the .days of ehivalry. It
reminds one of the chivalry that auiaoatod
the soldiers of South Carolina
it the siege of Fort Sumter, who stood
du the parapets and cheered when,
3cspite the conflagration that was rag
:ng in tha fort ilajor Anderson fir6d a
'mi as fast as he could load it in his
3istres9. Such sentiment i6 wasted on
:hose who make th? indu3trie8 their
object of worship.
A Charleston merchant suggests
.bat a factory be established in that
;ity for the manufacture of sea island
jo'.ton cloth. At present the chief dcuand
for this cotton is found in Spain;
j xt t? AAmMnofmn AT
luU mere OBB UCCU A WUiUiuauvu V*
Dnyers to put down the price. The
:est method of defeating this buyers'
;rust is to establish a home factory.
Skilled labor may be secured without
unning the risk of the csntract laborer
ict of Congress.
It is stated by ona of the most relia)!e
war correspondents that the United
States army holds undisputed possession
of about 117 squares miles out of
17 rw\r\ in <Vio itlonrl nf
t I jUUV 0(jU?iC UJilVO IU IMV AW.MWV. ?r.
juzou. If it take? 70,000 inen lo do
b>s how many will be needed when
'he advance is made up info the moun,ains
where the natives are still more
capable of self-support and defence?
Jx spite of quarantine and experienced
physicians yellow fever con
tiunes slowly ;o creep abont in cerain
localities. It has been thick at
ley West, and now Jackson, Mississppi,
and Miami, Florida, are declared
.0 have the disease as epidemic. A
lard frost is the only s:ire rcmelv,
ret we want a late fail to gather cotOD.
Archbishop Ciiapelle. of New
[)r!eai:s, indignant y ''euie.< ihat the
Roman CaiiJO)ic Church is recponsibie
for the figh'ing in the Philippines,
rhe iubargent-, instead of being bi:o:e.i
Catholics, .*je says, h?.ve all the
souniry friar* i i i'ii>ou under severe
luress.
Charleston i:> the throes of a
mmicipal contest. The candidates for
nayor are J. Adger Csmytb, who s-jeks
e-^leeiioj', and Ja^e* M. Seignions.
r*. r i Kt?n /Iorlr
il i? siitu * c win IIW
lorse.
Senator Clark, oi Colorado, has a
tnine ihht yields copper, with a residne
it gold and silver It > ieltls a profit
A ifcore than eight millions a \ear,
ind is capitalized at ot?e hundred railions.
Ayf.? Tamoe moc of
i'i I V U HI V/ O X' ii *J J M IA< vu V v? M < w?' f ? ?
Jreeuwocd, has written a letter to the
Sews an.I Courier counselling the
Democratic p^riy to iel silver alone
md fight on liviug issues
As wa? predicted ttae people of the
Jnitecl States have rashed Dewey so
Ley have nearly billed him. lie has
K'j'i compelled t\> canccl all engagenenls
for the winter.
Manilla is not making anybody's
eputa'ion now. Even Joe Wheeler,
gathered so many laurels in Cuba,
i not heard from.
Fuxston is a Ivmsas heto who is
loiDg much talking of an inferior
Alld. Let biai get back to Manilla as
oon he can.
BLAIR JfOTES.
The farmers b<;ve had lovely weather
!or gathering their crop5. Cotton
ickiag is about orer; the yield is
oinn better lhau was at first expccted.
toge'her with the advanced price,
eii'ler to cncourase them somewhat,
m* v/e hope not tiiouah to cause them
o increase i lie cotton ricreapre next
prirg. Th i geiieral depression last
all, caused by foar and nve-csnt coton,
<houlri have tao^ht Ihe farmers a
ssson not foc.n to be forgotten.
Mr?. L- M Biair has ia?t returned
rora a visit to hf>r pareuts iu Lauiens
;ounty.
A!iss Be>s:<4 Blair. of Union, is visit
ng le'ativcft i" this community
*Jrs Lever, after spending a.vhile
nth ih'r mo!her. tefr ;i few clays ago j
or ber notne in Richland (,'onnty.
Mi^s Cmrie Lyles has retnrned home
f;er an fxteniled visit to relatives at
locktoi: and Uoreb.
Who of our reader." intend wa'cbing
or the grnnd meteoric display p.elic'rd
for the night of November 14 b?
Vhat a ol?mniy grand u*t avyr-inpirinsr
pn?*:io i: would be.
Th? nciiliS-oi hood will bo very weii
fprisentf d at. the State Fair, ai d we
i >pc ro s-i-e old Fiiirfield carry ofi'the
exhibit prize.
Success t<*. The News and Hsp.ald
Oc'.oivr *27. '90. R.
The Appetite of a Goat
I* envied by all poor dyspeptics
; hosn Stomach and Liver are ont of
>rder. a I? Mirh ? >n!d know i hat Dr.
twig's New Li * !'? !-. bo wonderful
tniiHch :i:,d Li.tr Utm-dy, gives a
plendid appyiite, -ound n??e ti 'ii and
regular b-.dily habit tl.a in-ure* per*ct
health and gre-it tnsrgy. Only
oc at McMasier Oo.Vdrng store.
? Miss Home, an c-xperieuced up-toiate
mil iner, lias taken charge ot Mrs.
Joag'? millinery department this seaon
and will be pleased to serve you in
hat line. Satisfaction guaranteed.
J. O. Boag.
E*t pleijiy, Kodo! DjfpspM.i Cure
viil d'gest what yon eat. It cures til
jriu- of dys-pepsiit and stomach troufes.
E. li. Gamble, Vernon, Texa-,
ay?, "It relieved mc from i?i<* Marr
:.d cured me. It is now my everlastug
frieiid " McMaster Co.
! The Kind Yon ilavo Always
in uso for over SO years,
dCtf^Tsii
All Conntcrfeits, Imitations
periments that trifle with
Tnfants and Children?Exm
What is C
Castoria is a substitute for <
\ and Soothing- Syrups. It is
contains neither Opium, M
substance. Its age is its gi
and allays Feverishness. It
Tt relieves Teethinsr
and Flatulency. It assimil
| Stomach and Bowels, givin
The Children's Panacea?T:
GENUINE CASi
Bears the
yi* /
Tie Kind You Ha
In Use For 0
THt CCNTAUR COMPANY, T7 M
GKEENBKIAR DOTS.
The farmers ju this neighborhood
are about through gathering the fleecy
staple. Tbe crop 19 generally short
everywhere, but the farmers hive a
big heart and are preparing their lands
for a large grain crop. There will be
a large acreag-? ot wheat sown in this
sectiou i hi 9 year.
There wa: a hot *upp? r aivon at Mr.
J. R. Curke's !a?t Friday night, October
19th, wtrch proved a succcss.
Judging from the amount realized it
did not resemble hard time?, as the
collection reached $50. Then w&- a
large cak?i to be disposed of and it
was decided to let it go by ballot 10 the
most popular young lady in the neighborhood.
Ii was won by Mi&s Hattie
Dawkine, who received 163 votes
8gair-?t 123 ro'es for Miss Mnbe! Cur
1? e. Thtre was a cake walk also Dr.
Jeter, of Jcnkinsville, and Miss Kate
Jennings of Winnsboro, were the
!acky cr.e9 The f-upper was given to
rAise ? ?!eticit ou the parsonage debt.
October 28, ?99 E. F. L
For Over Fifty Tears.
Mrs. tijrsLOW's Soothing Strup
ha^ been nsed for over fifty years by
mii!i ?ns of mothers for their cbildien
whi:e teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, sottens the gams,
allnye a I pain, cores wind colic, and
is t>.e best remedy for diarrhoea. It
will relievo the poor little sufferer
immediHtelw Sold by druggists in
every part of the world. Twenty five
cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
<4Mrs Wioslow's Soothing Syrup,"
and take no other kind. U-17
WHERE THE KITTY CATS HANG IN A
ROW.
Tncie are trees where the kitty c<*t9
grow,
They hang by their tails in a row,
If they happen to fall,
They don't mind it at all
lfln/1 A? fdfif O Q VAtl
JL' Vi lju^jr 1AUU wu iuwu ivvij j
know.
The fish swim around in the sky
With pollywogs woggling by,
While frogs hop around
On the clouds to the sound
Of the lobsters devouring mince pie.
The birdies all swim in the eea
A n/l moon ??n/1 fVin hnncrleincr
?IIU buu II MU^/ MMVk vuw *
If you daagle a Tform
With a wiggly squirm
Yoa might catch acbickadee-dee.
It's strange, bat the apples and pears
Live in houses with carpets and chairs,
They go rolling around
Wiih a rollicking sound
And come bumpio*r and thumping
dOTvn-stairs. *
Albert W. Smith in the November
Ladi?3'Home Journal.
Ulcrions Xcwn
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of
Wa bits, I. T. He writes: "Four
bottles of Electric Bittters has cured
Mrs. Brewer of scrofalc, which had
rmnsad her oreat snfFcrinsr for years.
Terrible sores would break out on her
head and face, and the best doctors
Ci uld give no help; but her cnre is
complete and her health is excellent."
This sbows what thousands have
proved,?that Electric Bitters is the
be?t blood purifier known. It's the
supreme remedy for eczema, tetter,
salt rheum, ulwrs, boils and running
T a. l^i. It i.: J ? J
?sres. it sumuiaits uvei, ikiuiio,) a nuu
bovyeis, expels poison?, helps digestion,
builds up tbe rtrength. Only 50 ceuts.
Sold by McMaster Co., druggists.
Guaranteed.
S-t -T- T> TT? LV O i T T?r
UJUJCsJXJX. O
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIEIE
COURT UF COMMON PLEAS.
Susan L. DesPorles and William L. DesPortes
as Executors of R. S. Desfortes,
deceased, vs. W. J. Hagood, bailie P.
Hagood kuJ W. J. Keenan.
LN pursuance of an oider of the Court of
Common Pleas, marie in the above
sta+edcase, I will offer for sale before the
(> urt House door in Wiunsboro, S. C., on
the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outer}-, to the highest bidder, the
foilowieg described property, to wit:
All thaf certain oiece. narcel or tract of
land lying, being and &ituate in the
County of Fairfie d and S ate aforesaid,
containing
TWO iiLlORZD AND THIRTY-T.VO
ACKES,
'm recrless, and bounded on the north
I bp lands'"f the estate of Mrs. ^Sarah Center,
?n the east by lands of Gracie
! Hagood, on the south by lands of Eix
Hagoed, and on the west by l^nds of J. W.
Rains.
TEEMS OF SALE.
One half cash, the balance on a credit of
ore 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 ca b.
K. II JENNINGS,
Oct. 14, 1899. C. C. P. F. C.
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CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The Home Savings Association, of Winnsboro,
S. C., vs. F. M, Fialierty.
IN pursuance of an order of the Court
of Common Pleas, made ?n the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, before the
Court House door in Wlnnsboro, S. C., on
the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
nex~, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder, t!i)
i iUHUWiu" uesunueu tu wit.
"All that certain piece, parcel or trait
of land lying, beiDg and situate in the
County and State aforesaid, containing
NINETT ACRES,
more or less, bounded by lands of O. B.
Boney, lands of Wooten, by other lands of
the said *C. M. Flaherty and by lands of
J.W.Brown. The land hereby intended
; to be conveyed being the same land con\eyed
to E. M. Flaherty by Fannie E.
Harmon by deed dated 17th day of Feb!
ruary, A. D, 1898, and being part of a
nf nno linnricmrl covonfv.fiVP
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acres, more or less, convc-ed to the said
' Fannie E. Harmon by Samuel W. Book'
hartbydeel dated 2nd June, A. D. 1879
recorded in Book Z. Z, in office of
R. M. C. for Fairfield County."
TERMS OF SALE.
One-third of the purchase u oaey to be
paid in cash on the aay of sale, tlw balance
i:i two equal annual instalments, with
interest from the day of sale, to be secured
by the bond of parcha er a- d mortgage of
premises, or for all cash at option of purchaser,
the purchaser to pay for all necessary
papers and recordinz of same.
R. H. JENNINGS.
Oct. 14, 1899. C. C. P. V. C.
I0-Htd
CLERK'S SALE.
... . STATE 01' S^UTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The American Freehold Land Mortgage
Company of London Limited vs. William
H. Ruff. Silas W. Ruff and the Loan
and Exchange Bank.
IN pursuance cf an order of the Court
of Coirmon Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, before the
Court House door in Winnsboro, S. C.,
on tte
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
neu, 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 -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
lands of John Curry. Mrs. Rebecca O'Neal,
Tom Martin and Wade Herndon, which
parcel is called Montgomery.
Second. All that parcel of land lying,
being and situate in ilie County and State
aforesaid, known as the Gin House tract,
containing
ONE HUNDRED ACRES.
more or less, bounded by public road leading
to Jenkinsville, by land of Dr. McMeekin.
by old road bed or estate cf Wylie
Yarborough, now belonging to Glenn,
this tract being,separated from the house
tract or Home tract by Mie publ c road
leading to Jenkinsville.
Third. All that parcel of land l}ing,
being and situate in the County and State
aforesa:d, known as the House or Horns
tract, containing
ONE HUNDRED AND FOF.TY-FiVE
AURES,
more or less, bounded by public road running
from Long Run to Jenkinsville, 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 separcte
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 bids for the tracts so offered separately.
And when all of said separate
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uauis or paiceis nave uccu uuucu ivi ou.iv
and knocked down to the highest bidders
therefor conditionally as above 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 cf the highest bids bid for
said parcels offered separately shall exceed
th amount bid for the entire premises as
a whole, t1 en the said Clerk upon compliance
with the terms of sale, shall execute
to each of ihe respective purchasers
for said separate parcels a deed for he
rooii en cpnavn.tolv 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
bias offered for the said p;emises as conditionally
sold in seperate tracts, then the
said Clerk shall execute a deed to the
entire premises tothehinhest bidder, npon
a compliance with tha 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 .of the purchase money to be
paid ir cash on the day of sale, the balnnce
in tw?? . iiual annual instalments from the
day oi aale, with interest from the day of
sale at eight per cent per annun>, to be
secured by the bond of the purchase- and
a nr ortgage of the premises, or for all cash
at the option of the purchaser. The purchaser
to pay for all necessary papers and
recording.
U. H. JENNINGS.
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CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEA.S.
The American Freehold Land Mortgage
Company. Limited, vs. W illiam R. McCormicJc,
A. F. Ruff and W. II. Ruff.
IN pursuance of an order of the Court
of Common Heas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer fcr sale, bofoie the
Court House door in Winnsboro, S. C., o?
the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
puclic outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
"All that certain piece, parcel ortiact
of lfirirt Irinrr hoin<r ?nH sitnafp r>n Tin
chelle Creek, in Township No. 5, of the
County of Fairfield and State of South
Carolina, containing
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY-ONE
AND ONE-HA.LF ACRES,
more or less, and bounded on the north by
lands of James Jones; on the south and
east by lands of Drvid 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 balance
in two equal annual instalments from
the day of sale, with interest from the day
of sale; to be secured by the bond of the
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.
R. II JENNINGS,
October 1\ 1809. C. C. C. P. F. C.
10-14td
CLERK'S SALE,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The Fairfield Loan and Trust Company
va. Andrew T. Milling, W. L. Slater,
W. J. Meyer and John E. Wade, as copartners
under the firm name of Slater,
Aiever <5c uo.. ?>. 3.. .Dean, o. 1?. nurris
and B. C. Cooner, as copartners under
the firm name of Beall, Cooner & Co.,
and Robert F. Williams Company.
IN pursuance of an order of the Court
of Common Pleas, made in the above
stated ca?e, I will offer for sale, before the
Court House door in Wmnsboro, S. C., on
fVin
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, witbih tho legal hsurs of sale, at
public outcry, to the nighest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
"All that certain tract of land, lying,
being and situate in the <" ounty and State
aforesaid, containing
THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
Acres, more or less, bounded on tho north
by lands of Mrs. Lorena E. Macfle and
L. H. Milling, east by lands of William
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iiHUIlb SXiU. JXLlb 11. x^- ivauu, ovuvu u j
lands of Mrs. X. K. Rabb and R. Y. Lemiron;
west by lands of W. R. Rabb and
John M. Lemmon. The tract of land hereby
intended to be conveyed beine the same
tract conveyed to said Andrew Y. Milling
bvW.H. Kerr. C. C. P.. 4th November,
1874."
TERMS OF SALE:
One-thtrd of the purchase money to be
paid in cash on the day of sale, the balance
on a credit of one and twoyeSrs, 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 all cash
at the option of the purchaser. Purchaser
to pay f?r all necessary papers and recording
of same and for all necessary ieveiue
stamps.
B. H. JENNINGS,
October 14,1899. C. C. <'. P. F. C.
l?-14td
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CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Sallie M. Douglass vs. Ladson U. Milling,
Andrew Y. Milling W. L. Slater, W. J.
Meyer and John E. Wade, f.s copartners
under the firm name of Slater, Meyer &
Co., E. A. Beall, J. B. Norris and B. R.
Cooner, as copartners under thelfirm
name of Beall, Cooner & Co.. and Robert
F, Williams Company.
? N pursuance of an order of the Court oi
X Common Pleas, made ia-the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, before the
Court House door in Winnsboro, S. C., on
the
FIRST MONDAY IX 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 tiie uounty
of Fairfield and State aforesaid, and
bounde I by lands of the estate of Xau ty
H. Hastings, deceased, lands of John M.
Lemmon and W. R. Rabb; the said tract
of land b;-ing s tuatcd on th.< northern
side of the public; road leading from
Winnsboro to Kincaid's Bridge.
TEEMS OF SALE:
One-third of the purchase money 1.0 be
paid in cash on the day of sale, tha 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 percent per annum, payable annu
ally; t) be secured by the bond of the purchaser
and a mortgage of the premises.
The purchaser to pay for all necessary
papers and recording of same and for all
necessary revenue st>.mp<.
R. 11 JENNINGS,
October 14,18'.i9. r. C. C. P. F. C\
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CLERK'S SALE.
* ST A EOF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COU TT OF FAIRFIELD.
OTTRT OF COMMON PLEA*.
Tin; Fairfield Loan and Trust Company
vs. C. N. Bundrick r.:-d Ketchin Mercanti'e
Company.
TN pursuance (fan order of tin Court1
of Common Pleas, made in the aoave
stated rase, I will offer for sale, before
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IS, S60 TO $75.
>lumbias, Hartfords, Vedette!
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r & DAVIS, Agents, "Winfte
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1011 the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER,
i next, within the legal hours of sale, at
j public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described property to wit:
I 1. "All that piece, parcel or tract of
land lying, being and situate in Fairfield
County in the State aforesaid, ;containing
SEVENTY-THREE ACRES,
more or less, bounded on the north 1 y
lacas now or formerly of Mrs. J nna S.
Gradick; on the east by lands now or
formerly of the McGrath estate; on the
south by land of N. J. Gibsen and Sarah
ibionf west by lands of D. R. Elkin,
being tract of land conveyed to me (C. N.
Bunarck)_ by Wn\ H. Lyles by deed
dated Ttn .February, i?y3."
2, "All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land in Fairfield Connty in the
State aforesaid, on Alligator Creefc, tributary
of kittle River, known as the Lyles
tract, and containing
TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTYFOUR
ACRES,
more or iess, and .bounded by lands of
Thomas F. Mann, W. P. Jones, C. E.
Leitner, R. H. Jennings; est C. O. Trapp,
Dr. Arledge and W. C. Russell."
3. "All that certain piece, parcel or tract
of land lying, being and situate in the
County of" Fairfield and State afo:esaid,
containing
FIFTY-THREE ACRES.
more o: less, bounded on the north bylands
of T. C. Watt,; On the ei.st by a
tract known as the Yarborough or Lyles
tract of land; on the south by the Browns
Bndge Road; and on the west by lands of
Albert Russell and being known as the
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Bundrick by William Russell; which deed
of conveyaucD was duly recorded in the
office of the Register of Mesne Conveyances
on the 4th day of March, A. D. ?897,
in Boot A. P., page 594."
TEEMS Off 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 instalments,
with interest thereon from the day
of sale at the rate of eight per cent per
annum, payable annually until the whole
deot and interest be paid, to be secured by
the * ond of 'the respective purchasers and
a mortgage of the premises, respectively
sold, or all cash at tee option of the purchasers,
respectively, and the respective
purchasers to pay for all necessary papers
and for recording the some, and all necessary
stamps.
R. H. SENtflNGS,
Oct 14th, 1899. c. C. r. F. (J.
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CLERK'S SALE,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. v
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
i xne Jfeopies iianK ot wwusocru, o. v., v?
I John Woods and David Hipp, the last
j named doing business as David Hipp &
Co.
7 N pursuance of an order of the Court
I JL of Common Pleas, made in the above
sjated case, I will offer for sale, beforo the
Court Hou>e door in Winnsboro, S. C., on
the
| FIRST HOJN'DAI LN JSUYiSaiJBiiK
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
publi; outcry, to the highes- bi ider, tlw
following described property, to wit:
i "All that certain tract or plantation of
land, tying, situate and being in the County
tf Fairfield and State aforesaid, {containing
FIFTY-SEVEN ACRES.
mere or less, being in Township No. 11 of
said County, and bounded by lands of
J. \V. B. Lever, John M. Martin, David
Boyd, Prince Martin and Ben Martin,
being the same tract of land conveyed to
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Liie saiu UUUII VTUVJU3 vy U\JL\mO T? WUO, UJ j
deed bearing date the 19th day of December,
1834.
TEBMSOF SALE:
One-half cash, the balance on a credit of
twelve mont s from the day of sale, with
interest from diy of sale at eight per cent
per annum, to be secure! by the bond Oi
purchaser and a mortgage of the premises,
or for all cash at tno option of the purchaser.
Purchas:r to pay for all papers
and recording.
R H. JENNINGS,
October 14,1399. C. C. C. P. F. 0.
:0-i4td
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH JVROLIFA,
COURT? OF FAIRFIELD. ,
COURT OF COMMON PLEA<.
Susan L. DesPortes and YV. L. DesPortes j'
as Executors of R. S. DesPoites, de-1 <
ceased, vs. John S. M". Robertson
j N pursuance of an order of the Court of ! i
J. Common Pleas, made in the above |
stated case, 1 will offer for sale, before the j
Court House door in Winnsboro, S. C., on I!
the
FIRST MONDAY I* NOVEMBER j
next within the legal hours ?of sale, at]
public utcry, to the highest bidder, the j
ionowiiifj uea<jj tueu piupcii/y, w mi.
Ail that lot. piece or parcel of land j i
situate, lying and being in the Township i s
No. 5 in the County of Fairfield and ^tn'o ;
aforesaid, and 1:onnded as follows, to wit:!
On the north by lands of David Provence, J
M. D., and K. DesPortes; on the east by !
lands of D. J. Weir; on the south by l?nds ;
of D. J. Weir and William Durham: con-:
taining
TWO HUNDRED AND EIGIITr- [
THREE AND ONE-HALF ACRES. j
more or less, and "lying on Dutchman's!
(.' reek; Waters of Wateree River. I
Ti RMS OF SALE.
Onc-hilf cash, balance on a credit of one !
year, with interest fro^i day of sale, se- >
cured by the boDd of the pui chaser and a !
mortgage of the . premises with clause re. j
quiriDg payment of reasonoble fee to At-;
torney of the mortgage in case of foreclosure,
wiih privilege to purchaser of pay-1
ing all cash.
R. II. JENNINGS;
Oct. 14th, 1899. C. C. P. F. j
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;ire to know about Bevel Gea
J.\a. i ess bicycles, do not ask a ' j
person who has never ridden one, jTgjk
>r is in any way connccted with a
nanufacturer who does not make
;hem Inquire of riders of the I
Columbia Bevel-Gear Chainless.
There are thousands of them
;hroughoat the country. They are
;o be met in every city, in almost
ivery town of the United States?
;o popular ha- the machine become
n the short space of a year and a
lalf. There, are reasons for this.
The Columbia is easier to take care v
The Chainless is wheel. It has a
onger life. Every ounce of power\
ipplied to the pedals is made effec:ive.
This last advantage over chainIrivcn
wheels is apparent the mo
neat you mount the machine, rne
Jhalnless seems to possess an activi;v
and life of, its own. You notice
t in starting, stopping, back-pedalng,
riding on levels, and especially *
$. Pries $25 to $50,
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A* Winn
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CLEBK'S SALE>
STJlTE UF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Sasau L. DesPortes, as 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 under the firm name of A. F. Ruff
& Co.
TN pursuance of an order of the Court of
A Common Pleas, made in the above
sfatari />aw? r wiii nffpr 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 out*ry, te the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
All that parcel or t ract o: land, known
as tract No. l of the P. il. Cohen lands, in
Fairfield County, containing
FIFTY ACRES,
more or less, with all the houses and improvements
thereon. Said tract No. l is
located on the west side of the Gopher
Branch tract,adjoining lands of Jones Uraham
tract, ana lies oa each side of the
Peay's Ferry road, and has such shapes,
metes and boundaries as will more fully
appear in deed of conveyance of P Al.
Conen to Wm. R, McCormick. dated January
1st, A. D 1889, and recorded 29th
day of J annar.; 1889, in Book AL., p. 413,
reference thereto being had.%
TERMS OF SAEE:
One-half cash, the balance on a credit
of one year, with interest from day of sale,
secured by bond of the purchaser and
mortgage of the premises, with the privilege
to the purchaser of paying all cash.
Purchaser to pay for all necessary papers.
P TT TWVVTVfiS
' October 14,1899. cT<Tap! fT'c.
10-14td
CLEEK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA., _
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Charles P. Wray vs. John Hudson.
I N pursuance oe 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
i olio wing described property, to wit:
All that certain trace or parcel of land
lying, being and situated in Fairfield
Couatv and -tate aforesaid, containing
SEVENTY ACRES,
more or less, bounded on the north by
lauds of Wiliiam Jones estate; west by
lands of William Outten: east by lands of
Ben Murphy, south by lands of Ben Murphy.
TERMS OF SALE.
One-third of the purchase money to be
naid in cash on the dav of sale, the balance
in two equal annual instalments from <lav
of sale; -with interest thereou from date of
sale, to be secured by the bond of the pur haser
and a mortgage of the premises
sold: or all cash at the option of the purchaser.
Purchaser to pay for all necessary
papers and for recording the same. If the
purchaser fails to comply with the terms
of sale the Clerk shall resell the premises
on the same or son.e s ucceeding sales day,
without further application to this court,
at th^ risk of the former purchaser.
R. H. JENNINGS,
Oct 14th, 1S93. C. C. F. F. C.
J0-14td
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COT7KTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Thomas G. Patrick, doing business ac T.
G. Patrick & Co., vs. O. S. McMoore.
r N pursuance of an order of the Court of
J Common Pl-as; made in the above
stated case, I vrill offer for sal , before the
Court IIou?e door in Winnsboro, S C.. on
i:e
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
Ali that certain piece, parcel or lot of
la.id, lying, being and situat? i:i :hc town
of \V;nnsboro, anl in the County and
S.ate aforesaid, represented bv a pi t of
?i'rvf?v of tli#> lands nf .Tamos W Law < !;?.
ct-ased, made under O'der of the Court of
Common Pleas, in the case of \Y. E. Bee
& Co. again>t Jas. \V. Law and others?
s:>id plat having been made by James M.
? swart, and recorded in Citsrk's office,
Fa:rfield County, Book A p. 293. Said
lot contains
ONE-HALF OA) ACRE,
more or less, and bounded by lot of John
W. Smith and others, bein* the lot of land
* rtvrvcf] hv TT lawn
Richaidsou "by deed dated 15th Anguat,
1888.
TERMS OP SALE:
One-half of the purchase money to be
p:-id n c sh on the day of s le, the calmce
on a credit or iv.'-Ive months frun
lay of sale, with interest from d?y of sale
at eight per c?nt per annum, to be secured
>ythe bond of purchaser and mortgage
jf the premises: ;rfo all cash at the op- <
Lion of the purchaser. If the purchaser
it such sale shall ail to comply with his
jid, the Clerk shall without further appii ation
to thi Co art resell the premises on
he sam3 or some succeeding sajeaiay
her-after, at the risk of tiie former pur:has
-r. The purchase to pa for all nee)ss&rv
pflpHr?.
R. II JENNINGS.
Oet .bcr 11. im C. C. C. I\ K. C.
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For Sale.
A ;lt.?<:T OF 176 U'KES OF
sni', o:? L"*t' P !{? '*. Lcl??g:r.J-?o
) \J. Broom, ami bounded by lands
if !.e es:a e ?-f II G. Simonton, Sieving
.-!j aud o'licrs.
For terms apply to
A. S. & W. D. DOUGLASS.
11-17 Attorney*, WinD8boro,S._Ct
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