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NEWS AND HERALD.
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vViNfNS^ORO, 8. C.
Wecl*?sday, October 124,- 1900
IS IT BEALLY CAUSE FOR REJOICING
[
The New? and Courier reproduce!
from the Atlanta Journal Ihe following
interviews with promiuent bankers
and others in Georgia, and add3 t:the
conclusion of the whole matter, we
believe, is stated iu the words of the
Journal aud oae of the Atlan'a bankers,
Mr. Robert F. Maddox: 'It <;ame
with ten cent cotton'
Mr. T. B. Neal, president of the
Neal Loan and Banking Company, of
Atlanta, says:
The State of Georgia can supply all
of the money necessary to mako next
year's crop, besides keeping manufacturers
and commercial busiuess g un*,
without calling on our friends in the
East for ihe loan of a dollar. I believe
the banks ot Georgia, as a whole,
bare enough money to" their ciedit ia
the East to pay eve-~ dollar they o?ve.
Thare is $30,000,900 worth of cot!on
unmarketable in our State, 10 ?ay
nothinz of other products. Oar prosperity
is so firmly established that the
election of McKinley could n >t improve
ir. Neither would the election
ot Bryan be felt a week afterwards,
out?ide of trusts, subsidy grabbers and
protective monopolier. As for myself
I ihall contribute what I can on the
6th of next November to bricg on this
so-called shock.
Mr. Frank Hawkins, president of
the Third National I5*nk, sajs:
The whole world needs the staple to
clothe its millions of people, and the
Sonth is practicaUy the only country
thaf rftn fnrnish if. and with her in*
crease ot wealth in the last few years,
is now in position to dictate rhe price
or at least market her cotton slowly at
remunerative prices, aud not in 90
days, as has been done heretofore in
past year*, at a priee fixei by Europe
and the New England mill?. Ten
cents for cotton, with diversifiei crops
and practiced economy, will surely, in
the coming years, make our Southland
ai rich as any section of tbii country,
and pile up wealth rapidly.
Georgia raises annual iy 1,000,000
bales of cotton, and at the present
price her cotton and cotton seed alone
trill increase her wealth tbi* yeai
nearly $70,000,000. Farming lands
h*ve advanced iB Georgia within tbe
last two years 25 per cen'.
Mr. Roberl J. LiOwry, president of j
T-nwrv National Bank. saT8: ,
When you take ih manufacturing
and other industries, a:id add them to
the value of the agricultcral products
of Georgia, you will have a?um aggregating
largely over $100,000,000 for
the year ending September, 1900. The
great beauty about the lately raised
crop of cotton is that the benefit of
the high prices was reaiized by the
prodncerF. I don't remember when
this was the case b'-'for?, as the advance:
was generally later in the year
? ~ ?
^98Miu9SBi?H0K^ar>^act evidence to abow
at mis uaie is enjoyiu^
Hrmo-i prosperous seasons it
haai^wn in many year?. Tbis city
and Ibis' section are profiting by the
era of good limes that seem* to bave
track tbe South generally. Every
avenue of trade shows unusca! activity,
two days last week moie than]
$2,000,000 w?rtb ef cottou left Sava t
nab for European markers. The bank
clearings are the largest in tbe history
of the Cle?ring Association. The j
monev sent to the interior b&s been
greater in volume than for a long time
previous to this fall.
Mr. J. W. Cabaniss. president of the
Exchange iiank, of Macon, eays:
This season of prosperity is likely to
last. It is ot the substantia! kind, be
cause the farmer is at tbe bottom of if.
We all depend upon tbe farmer. If be
does well, every othe- li^e of business
innst thrive. He ne*cr has bad so
much spare money since the war.
Mrny of them have amicipatec tbeir
papers this fall and paid ap a month
or two months ahead, and have money
left over. I never knew so much of
this. The farmer has proved that he
will pay bis debts to the laet cent if be
can get the moaey, and be has it this
year.
ilr. O. EF. Jordan, ?i prominent
farmer, says:
I sold some land Jsst year for $5 an
acre. Tke purchaser was offered $15
an acre a few days s^o. ar:d be asked
$25. That shows wka' i* happening
in agricultural breorgia. lianas are
going to be in demand from tbis on.
The fanners have learned how to de.ii
with new conditions.
Augusta reports:
Augusta's cotton receipts tbis season
have broken all record?. More building
is tfoing on than at any previous
time. It may be safely said that there
is not now a singlo man unemployed
in Augusta who is willing to work.
The heavy building has caused the
best wagea to be paid to building
trades employees. The mill operation
wages were advanced several months
ago, and with the exception of three
mills,, which were stopped for two
weeks, have all been running or, full
time. The business men all agree that
business is the best in many years.
It is true as our contemporary states
mat "wnen ne ^me larmer^ pruajjeis
the South prospers" and "when be is
joor the whole South walks in the ralley
of the shadow of debt." But
after all will this ten cent cotton be a j
permineat prosperity? The reason;
that the farmer has been can2ht with a j
foil smoke house i? tint ten cent cotton
bad not come to him. Four and
five cent cotton have forccd him to j
fill his smtke house, and the great j
danger is that ten cent cotton will
rapidly empty the sinoke house and
the wheat bins.
A Life and Death Fish?.
lir. W. A. Hines, of Manchester,
la., writing ?f his almost miraculous
escape from ieatb, say?: *'Exposure
after measies induced serious lung
troub'e, which ended ia Consumption.
I had frequent hemorrhages and
coughed nigbt and day. All my doctors
said I mu3t soon die. Then I
began to use Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, which completely
cured me. I would not be v fhout
it even if it costs $5.00 a llandreds
hava used it on my ndatio:i
and all say it icrer tti ? > curr
Throat, Chest and Lung troubles."
Regular siz# 50c and $100. Trial
bottles free at McMaster Co.'s drag
tore.
Mr David G. Ellison came up from
Columbia on Saturday and leturned
onMcnday morning.
? 'r - - ~
Some important cases will come before
the Snpreme Conn of the United
States next month. Am <:>? ilieui is
one entitled "Fourteen Diamond
RiDgs v?. United S!a'ec." Peke, a
soldier of a South DakoU regiment
which was in the Philippine?, brought
the fourteen diamonds borne wun
him, and the Federal authorities seiz s I
and confiicated them as smuggled
property. Peke c'aimi tkat the Pnilippine?
are a part of the United Stages
within the meaning-of the constitution,
and that the authorities hid us ri^ht
to seize the diamond ring*. The importance
of the question is obvious.
Naturally msny people will worker
how Peke got th? fourteen diamond
riogp. The newspapers have been
saving that a great deal of looting
wa? done in the Philippine?, and when
a soldier comes home with fou-teen
... . l
di&moud ring3 some people will believe
the report.
REDUCED RATES TO THE FAIR.
On account of this occasion, the
Southern Railway annotioces raic of
one fare f?j the round trip, pln? fifty
cents admission to the fair grounds,
for civilians, and still lower rates for
military companies and bra-s bands,
in uniform twenty or mire ou one
ticket to Colombia, S. C., and return
Tickets will be sold daily from October
ihe 27 to November 1, inclusive,
and for traius ecbeduled to arrive at
Columbia prior to uoon of November
2nd, wiih final limit November 4;h.
190q, inclusive: and for fair officials
and slock men only, on October 25th, |
and 2Gtb, ou presentation of tickets
signed by fhos. W. Holloway, ?e;retary
of Sta'e Agricultural and Mecbacical
Socirty.
Tuis will bo by far the greatest State
Fair ever hcia, and every-onc should
take advantage of the low rates and
visit Columbia on this occasion.
Southern Railway off.-rs tnos* conve
nient schedules, and perfect service
to and from Columbia.
Tickets wiil bosjld .rom ali points
in So;th Carolina: Augusts Ge. and
Savannah, Ga: also AshvU1, N. C.
Charlotte, N, C. and stations in North
Carolina intermediate }0 Columbia, S.
C. For detailed information as to
rates, schedules, etc., call ou or write
any Agent ef the Southern Railway or
tie nA AtiAnft
iio ^UtltlVV>iVU0?
He Fooled ihe Surgeons.
All doctors told ReuJck Hamilton
of West Jefierson, O., after suffering
18 months from Rectal Fistula, he
would die unless a costly operation
performed; but he cured himself
with five boxe-. of Buckleii's Arnica
Salve, the surest Tile cure on Earth,
and t.'ie best Stive in the World. 25
cents a bos. So'd by McMa- er Co.,
druggists.
?All in need of sn open or top
! begjj . phaeton or turrr. call on
J. 0. Boay.
aS&
IS|Saffiy
0 Few moihers arc healthy, because Bjg
|j their duties art so exacting. The anxiety 2^
.1 prc^nancy, the shock of childbirth.
Bend the care cf your.3 children, an ip
severe trials on any wcmi Bai with fep
g| >Vkx of C^ dui witiu.-i her grdip, ever/6 V
Smother?:v?y wornr. lr. the Lr.d?<-?.j|j!
Spay the ii'zi of health shc??
owes her icvc-J cr.c;. Lv. you want ?7
B robust health with c!J iLs i .-ivl^cs a;id?C
8 pleasures? V/i:;e cf Card-! !.'! ^ivc ii |ji
fa to you. | >
taMMWK'fl
II S&f H is vjvs ?&5? 5 ' . t ;t?
!j strengthens the female or?zrs riid invito 1$
orates weakened functions, rcr every g|
I female iil or weakness it u the test |fi
Imcdicine made. Ask your dru-^irt for ?|
31-00 bottle Wme of Cardu:, ana take no |B
substitute Qr.dcr any circumstances.
Jars. Edwin Cra2, Cr.-mer, MjcL. "Then I if*
commecccd using ^Pbie oI Carcui I w? :. , ibL- - to
walk ac.-cst the house. Two w-J:: a:1 v ^ j - 4
I half a mile *nd pickcd strawberrws. V .... c. \ ?vother
child -was bora!. suif--red with labor y?.n 2. ?iS
hours, and had to raise ions or. a bo'.tle bacau.e 1 had % re
do milk. After using the Vine curing pr.gnaccy / y
this time. IS^y- Sx""-h lest rjonA tea hJby gi.l, ir.l jg ?
was in labor only two hours, with but little pain. ? si
uxia I hive plenty cf r.iiSc. Fc^* this Rrc^x improve* 2 Sc
xnent in cay health I thank God zr.d w-nc of Cardui." r ?
j. g
For advice in cjscs requiring specie! olr-rs-eas. 5 j?
address, giving symptocii. "The Lad!..,' Advisory j. ?
? Dcport.neri;." Th- Cha:- $
ryX tanooga Maalcin; Co.. ?' S
_ J 7 Quttaaoo^i. T:an.
S^-f
^^aaas^sB^^sbgBagBr
DO
YOU KNOW THAT THIS IS TIJE
season to look after your windows? If
YOU
neglect this the wind will find your
windows out *>nd make it very uncom?
> r> _ rv r l a. ^
rovtaoze ior yon. uoni jur^ui iu
HAVE
tliem looked after and bavethe repairs
done early. And if yon find any i
PANE5
brokon, lost or stolen, we can'f return
tbern nor catch the thief, bnt vre can
sell yoa the glass to replace them as
cheap as any ?ne in this part of the
couuirr.
H \n'f rrvfnrflf rrra cftil H!<i ;Q Pnf (V.
Oil, Pdit5t? ami Varnishes, a!! the saiuc
way.
Rours for windows,
J. H, McMaster
& Co.,
Druggists.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Iaiprovid Fnrnts ceca/ed by first
mortgages. Interest S per cent, f.n
tarns not Ie->=i than 5500, 3 to S \ cars.
Xo c immissiuna. fcorrOTrer pars ac*t!
ey?enses.
A 3. & W. D. aO?*LASS,
Winasber?, S. 6.
r J?*N 3. PALMBR k S?N,
11-26 Columbia, S; 0.
i '
ONLY UNTIL OCTOBER 31st, 1900.
' on, ia.j, can x?? seer'If
>our eye-glasses do* not exactly
fit you, or yon need a pair, be sur?
and avail yourself of the opportunity
to have each of your eyes fitted cor
rectly by L>r. ijccser, me merman oculi?t,
who is now and for a ihort ti?e
only at the Hold Daral. His optical
parlor is fitted with the latest and best
instruments known to science. No
charge for examination. The doctor
will call at old people's houses free of
charge if they cannot come to him.?
adr.
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
REPORT OF
! CoMiy SnpsrTisor.
j Claims Approved at th s last Meeting
of the Board of County
! Commissioners Held Oct
1, 1900
The followingr claims were examined
awri approve'! on Si ate Case Fund of
1900:
No. Amouiit.
540 HE Elii-on, S 96 30
KI1 'P T TV>?rr!v..tC * 19 .nf)
V*i i t. i/v..6 ,
542 C H DongUs?, 12 50
543 Robert Carter, 12 50
j 544 Robert Carter, 12 20
t545 SRJohmO;', * 150 00
546 BGTennaiil, 162 00
547 VV J McCariev, 21 74
548 John fi Conper, 12 50
549 (J A Robiuron, 12 50
550 W G Bandhead, 12 50
I 551 D L Glenn, 12 50
j 5c2 Obcar D uz Co, 20 90
553 J L. Richmond, 100 00
j 554 P i/ Broom,' 3 G8
555 L L Bolick, 3 07
j 556 C II D iugl:is?t 8 50
! 557 John VVooten. 8 50
[ 558 VV J Magood, 2 00
559 W H James, 2 00
560 W H .lame?, 3 85
561 RC A met:, 6 10
562 H F Biie-che!I, 12 50
! ACS I? A a lonn 12 50
564 D E McDoweil, 13 75
[ 565 (J A Crosby, 3 40
566 J E Douglass, 5 00
567 M Langtord. 5 50
( 568 Jno L Ratlaree,' 12 05
569 News and Ilt-mld, 53 20
| 570 A P lrby, 12 50
The following claims were examined
j and approved on Road and Bridge
i Fand of 1900:
No. Amount.
571 T II Fry, $ 10 00
572 W 1' Castles, 1 55
573 Lazirus Joimion,
074 W J XWtir, . 27 17575
J R Sbertd, 3 78
576 Jiiw- P Matlhews, 30 13
577 Jordon McCni'ongh, 3 ?5
578 L Laodeckcr, 18 86
579 C B Ricbaid-sOn, 26 52
580 Jas M Steele, 2 17
581 (/ B KicaardsDn, * J5 uu
582 W W Irb", 5 43
583 C W Broom, 2 00
584 W J Olowuey, 1195
585 C B Richardson, 42 13
5SC W II Lewis. 43 58
587 T W Mann, 2 00
588 II G Wylie, 3 80
589 P B (Torn well, 25 40
590 Joe W Richardson, 4 83
591 A J Ilinnant, 2 22
592 R W Ilerrou, 15 20
593 T VV Tray lor,. 18 00
594 C B Douglas?', 2 25
595 R Y Turner. 33 25
596 O B RicharcUoti. 20 30
597 S li Johnston, 2 19
598 C G Boulware, 27 17
599 S C Broom, 3 47
600 < W Abell, 7 G0
601 R F Crowder, 5 43
602 AM Pal k, 3 25
603 Jaraes Macfie, 19 15
604 W L Kirkpatrick, 6 63
1 605 S II Morgan, 15 20
^/> ,? ttt t\ o rr\ I
OUO <J W isrooui, . 7 r-607
Geo Moore, 3 75
908 MB Clark, 10 35
609 W II Lew if, IS 58
610 S H Morgan, 13 85-611
J'-ft Vv Richardson, 27 21
612 S C Moor, 21 36
613 R F Crowder, 3 80
614 R F Crowder, 3 S9
G15 H B' Crowder, 4 19
GIG A A Boliis, 5 64
617 C B Richardson, 43 75
618 W J T*au^li", 1 35
619 A J Hinnat.t, 2 93
620 Mrs V E tlogr&n, 10 77
621 Jos Elkin & S W Broom, 3 25
622 W II Lewi*. 13 58
j 623 M F Pope, 2 17
j 624 W B Jackson, 2 70
j 625 W II Wi!!inj;hum, 4 05
626 J F L\le.?, 3 25
I 627 VV J Vaughn, 2 70
628 W E Nehon, 1 10
629 W J Vaughn, 2 17
630 P (J Brooir:, 24 38
631 P C Broom, 1 80
i 632 P C Broom, 6 65
633 R W llerron, 6 50
634 S C Broom, 6 52
635 C W Broom. 4 90
636 (J D Tidwell, 10 75
637 Joe W Richardson, 27 23
638 Joe Russell, 3 25
639 John L ItaUrep, 2 75
640 C B Dong!a?s, 6 48
64: D L Glenn, claim $20 00
allowed, 17 50
642 J W Richard.-on, 10 00
643 Jno G Wolling & Son, 8 95
The following claims were examined
and approved on Poor flcu?e Fund of
1900:
N Amount
644 R T Turner, $ 36 96
645 W J Vir.ghn, 1 09
646 S .1 lie Keichen, 9 77
i>,~ rr t\ is m
U"?< JL \J V/?ii?v* *, -w
648 Jno I) Pahncr, IS 47
6i9 Jno D Palmer, IS 20
650 E C Jeit-r, 1 63
651 T (J Ca&eion, 3G 23
Go2 L Landccker, 1 3'J
653 Daniel Parke:, 7 50
654 Nick Rosborongh, 3 SO .
655 Elsie McClintock, 4 45 ?
656 E C Jeter, 2 16 J
657 S C Broom, 2 55
65S Man'el McClintock, 8 04
G59 Levi Willin^ham, 6 78 i
660 FMF Ins Co 7 GO ]
661 Maggie S Teunaut, 4 15
662 C B Richardson, 19 30 <
663 T G- Cameron, 18 21 j
664 SC Johnston. G 20 s
G65 C B Richard.-on, 2 SO .
6G6 B G Tennant, 1? 22
CC7 Eii McNeil, ' ?2 ,
66S F C Lup:>, 11 ?- <
069 Danil Frszier, " l'|l
r t ti-i'p - i ? ncn??
I ' ^Vegetable PrepcrationforAs- |jj|
j iimilatingJhcFoodar.dGegula- |?
j ling liis Stomachs and Bowels of |B
iii?
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.;! ncsscine] ivjfit.ConkinsneiUier jd
jj Opi::m.Mci pliine uor Mineral. jj|8
jj Koi-'XAiicctic: ||
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670 J L Hawei & Bro., * 7S 4
The following claims *rer? examined
and approved on Public Bailding fund
of 1900:
No. .Amount.
671 Walker, Evans & C Co, $ 22 50
672 S K Johnson, 5 S3
67S Samuel Simpson, 16 80
674 John (J Weir, 1 09
675 R E Ellison, 10 87
I do cer.'ifv that the abi>vs statement
is a correct copy of claims approved
ai the last meeting of the Connty
Board of Commispioneis held on the
1st day of October, 1900.
B. G. TENNANT,
9 27 County Supervisor P.
CTjKRK'S SATJE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,?
county of fairfield.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Bank of Ridgeway ys. J. W. Kay.
? N pursuance of an order of the Court ol
i. Common Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will offerior 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: - .
Ail that certain piece, parcel or tract of
land, lying, being and situate in the
County of Fairfield and State of Somth
Carolina, containing . - - !v
TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FIVE"
ACRES ________
more or less, bounded by landiv 110 r* ?r
formerly belonging to Buckfi?r Bfajtooa,'
Entzminger and others. vx?..
TERMS OF SALE. '
One-lialf of the purchase money to be
paid in cash on the day of sale, aid the
balance 011 a credit of one year, to be
Eecun d by the bond of the purchaser and
a irortgage of the premises sold, with interest
thereon from the day of sale at
eteht per cent per annum, or all cash
at the option of the purchaser; the purchaser
to pay for all necessary papers.
The purchaser shall deposit with the
Clerk of Court on the day of sale immediately
after the close of the bidding the
sum o'f twenty five dollars as a a earnest
of his bid, and upon failure to do so the
Clerk may immediately resell same at the
risk of the purchaser. If the purchaser
sball fail to comply witk the terms of sala
the Clerk may re .ell the said premises at
the risk of the former purchaser without
further application to this Court
11. H. JENNINGS,
Oct. 13,19#0. C. C. P. F. C.
10-13td
CLERK S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
B. J. Qualtlebaum, as Executor, vs. D. L.
Carter and Wm. J. Johnson.
IX pursuance of aa order of- the Court of
Common Pleas, made in tlie above
stated case, I will offer for gale,, before the
Court House door in Winnsboro/S. C., on
the
FIRS r MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
*ext, within The legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder th#
following described property, to wit:
All that certain piece, parcel or tract of
hud, lying, being aud situate in the County
of Fairfield and State of Sou^h Carolina,
about one mile below Simp on's
Turnout, containing
SIXTY-NINE ACRES,
more or less, and bounded on the north by
the track of the Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta Railroad Company; on the east
and south hy laDds forme'rly owned qy
U. G-. PesPortes, and on the west hr lands
of W. H. Walling, commonly known as
the Smart place.
TEEMS OF SALE:
One-half of the purchase money u> be
paid in cash on the day of sale, and the
balance on a credit of one year, with
interest from the day of sale at eight per
cent per annum, ts be secured by the boDd
of the purchaser and a mortgage of the
premises sold. The purchaser sbal deposit
with the Clerk fifty dollars within
one-half hour after the sile, as an earnest
of his bid, and upon failure to do so the
Clerk may resell the same immediately at'
the risk of the purchaser. The purchaser
may pay ail cash if he so desires. If the
purchaser fails to comply w;th the terms
of sale the Clerk may resell said premises
at any succ edirg saiesday at the risK of
the former purchaser without further app'.ica
ion to this Court.
D 1J TWYTVCS
< lerk's Office C. C. C. P. F. ' .
Winnsboro, S C ; October 13,19&0.
10-13td
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF- FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Maiy M. Ann trong vs. John S. Douglass,
CiiarUs A Douglass, E. E. Douglass
and .V. Douglass.
IN pursuance of an order of tbe Court
of Common Pleas, made in the above
stated case, 1 will offer for sale, before the
3ourt House door in Winnsboro, S. C , oh
;he
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, within the legal hours of ?ale, at
public outcrv, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
All that certain tract of and, lying and
situate on the waters of Little River, in
;he said County of Fairfield, in the State
ifo e-aid, containing
rWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY-SEVEN
ACRES,
a.ere or less, and b<" . .led by laDds now
>r lately belonging t~ James Boyce, Isa
: ella If. Bell and lands now or lately be
irnbhmh ii mm iiiiiiiw
Por Infarts and Children. I
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
Bears the i t
Signature X/Qj)
fV I"
:\(j- Use
1/ For Over
Thirty Years
TH1 CtfNYAU* COMPANY. CITY.
-:frgy -:-j^5^a&sasssBms^arm
longing tj to the estate of William A.
Martin, deceased?the said tract of land
being the same convcyed to Jokn S, Donglass
by A. J. Hamilton by deed dated the
5th day of January A. D. 1881,
TtRliS oe sale:
Onfe third of the purchase money to be
paid in cash, and Ine balance thereof on
a credit of one and two years, in two
equal annual instalments, with interest
thereon from the day of sale, payable annualljr
until the whole debt and interest
be paid, to be secured by the bond of the
j^uiuua&ci AUU a iiiux ui i/iie picuiiatb,
or all cash at the option of the purchaser,
and the pujcbaser to pay for all necessary
papers and the recordintr thereof.
R. R. JENNINGS.
Clerk's Office, C. C. C. P. F. C.
Winn-boro, S. C., October 13,1900.
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CLERK'S SALE,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COTJKTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
George L. Kennedy vs. MaryE Kennodv
James A. Kennedy and others.
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
rmhlie ontarv. to th? highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
, J. AU that parcel or lot of land, lying
and being in the said County and State,
oir the head waters of Cedar Cree*,
containing
iMI Me.* v " -?r
OK K IXT7N nUKT> AW1> TT1THTV A y
more or less, bounded on the north by the
lands of Thomas M. Neely and the C. O.
R. R. track; on the west by lands of
W. J, Davis; on the South by the lands of
Thomas and W. R. Kennedy; on the east
by the lands' of the Thomas estate and
Thomas M. Neely.
2. All that parcel or traet of land, lying
adn situate iv h" ?nid County and State,
about three innea west of the town of
Rid?eway, on the south side of the Southern
Railway track, and bounded by the
lands of the estates of A. C. Kennedy and
John ? Thomas, and lands of G. I/. Ken
neny, containing by estimation
' .. SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES,
more or le^3, and being the same tract of
land conveyed to the said Mary A. Neely
by the deeil of G. L. Kennedy dated on
tee 24th dayo f January, 1882.
TERMS OF SJLEE:
One-half the purchase money to be paid
in cash, the balance on a credit of one
year, with interest from day of sale, to
b? secured by the bond of the purchaser
and mortgage of the premises sold,
with the privilege to the purchaser of
paying all cash. The purchaser to pay
for all papers and revenue stamps and for
recording papers.
R. H. JENNINGS,
Clerk's office, C. C. C. P. F. C.
Winnsboro, S. C., October 13, 199#.
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Sheriff's Sale.
B. M. Grier vs. R. H. Jennings, a9
Administrator M. R. Clamp and
otbejs.
PURSUANT to tbe order of Court
in tbe above entitled cause, I
will offer for xale before the Court
Il-.iu-e door in Winnsboro, S. (\,on
the
FIRST MONDAY I NOVEMBER
next, tUs following described pretn?
isr-t, to wit:
Ah ihat piece, parcel or tr*ct of
1.. n/) 1. t n i? Iv/.i rt i> rl ni M rt A 1 ? I V* A
lOLXU; 1> UCiliJ^ auu Situate 1II !UC
County of Fairfield and Stale, a foresaid,
bounded on the north by lands
formerly of John II. Clamp, on ihr
east by l?nd< of VV. J. Johnson, O"
the 300th by lands of G. Y. Landlord,
and on the west by lands of Daniel
McLea-, known as the Dnke place,
ami containicg ONE HUNDRED
AND FIVE ACRES, more or lest.
TEEMS Or SALE.
One-biif ca*h, the balance on a
rnditof twelve months from the day
o! Hal-*, witti i'it?r?-8t fro:n the day of
a* e at 8 i er cent per *' "i-m, to be
b?cured by the bund ol the purchaser
am? a n.ortgiyp uf the i-iem;*es sold,
or ?or all cvii a' the option cf the
put'cbn -rr. Purchaser to pa\ f. r pap
;S, lam * ?> t cor<?iiig.
l\ 1 . ELLISON. S. F. C.
10 llid
-Just ilwiiefl!-.
?An Elegant Line of?
GARWOOD'S PERFUMES,
BULD AND PACKAGE
GOODS,
BATH TABLETS,
FLORIDA WATER,
SMELLING SALTS,
SACHET POWDER,
ETC., ETC.
Ob ear Drug Co.
The jm
A if :
E5j& /?|k8 J$r ^Sr 8# Jv jff0 5gF Jav&fBf amW&l^^r ^c
PARIS EXPOS
Ihe GKAJNL) ir'KIA is, as its name signifies, tne Vjrraacj
Other bicyles were awarded gold, silver and bronze ;
tion, but there was only one grand prize and the Co!
Bicycle has been in manv industrial c
ailed to win the first place whenever and wherever aw
ing to a
Fixed Standard of Exc*
COLUMBIA BICYCLES, HOME OFFICE, Hi
Jordan & Davis, Agts., w
O V kSKLsUAD&D.
N '
W'gHovo Bought too
rqarjy Goods fopOup
Stop? to Hold,
TO EARLY BUYERS WE WILL GIVE SPECIAL
PRICES, THIS IS TO BE A '
GREAT SALE.
WE WILL NAME AS LOW A PRICE AS ANY
STORE IN THE STATE.
-i~t t r r o \rrs j j D
1 rtl^y /o i uui\. . . .
OPPORTUNITY.
A G^EAT-SALE.
Orieoftl^e Largest Stoeks of
^epel^arjdis? ir| th|? Up?ouritpy..
i
A PORTION OF THE ESTATE OF ''
Q. D. Wrlliford, Deceased
Consisting of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING.
SHOES, and all classes of goods kept in an up-to-date
establishment in the Carolinas.
mnsi- hp converted into cash at once in
A liVw V _
order that the heirs may get their portion of said estate.
This is the greatest opportunity ever offered to the people oi
the surrounding country to buy merchandise.
All parties indebted to said estate will please call and
and settle at once.
J. L. Ivlimnaugh,
Administrator
rn_ M. liOFFElT'S ^ A&js Irritatioa, AKs Olgtstiaa,
yByfe^r-i -- ? 3 ^ ^ ^ Jf ,1 5.; /si Rt<u!*i? the Bowek,
f it? ' 3 B=l 1 rv / ?S Strengthens the ChUd?
ii liLr i Si ? IS r-~s| Mxkts Teething E*y.
vS# I H (Tedhin* Powders) J_JL7EETH1NA Relieves the Bowal
JLSA^/- _ , , ? . . ' .. . Troubles of Childrea of
%3 Costs oiiij h c ats it Druggists, any age.
Or.*aUJ5??ts*>c.J. MOFFETT. M. D.t ST. LOUIS. MO
OBEAR'S "UNDERTAKING
j U* ALL TT? DEPARTMENT
Dx/SDSDSia j with a fn!i stock ?; Ca?keis, Burs?
^ ^ Cases *ad coiisiaitly ? hund
and H3" ?f hearse when rrfaestf^i
Thank-fai f#r pa>! patronage aw?i soiicittiio*
f?r a skarr is tfae fnrare, in th*
?i4 siaa<i
Tablets 4*t>**n* aid ! a al- ktutfc.
Tm, SLLI^TT Stti 3?#?,
j. ?. ?t * c<*.
, <A7-lr
-cures
iWWITV TO THAN
/ 1YJLV/-L1 JL> X A V/ JU/VV
Indigestion ; ~
; I have made arr&rjrerr.enli will
|broker* iri N-w York <'it\ to ma.%(
iloac# on flrrt woi '^Mjre of impnwd
- farm* f j tke % r.*5 time, payable it
and " i?-n incuts, at ii..- ow rate of 7 pei
' ?? ncrani-.nm. The broker
^ tgill AIMWt V?W f/v. ~ - - - [
*s>e snd cbarse for ibitract *?d ir:sp?c
5 tion are roasonab e. AppN t<>
J. F. VcDONALD,
Dyspepsia. j 104 Auomer ,
5>
r% tr>x rr*r n ^
JJL r LLL -.m
warded the MilTO f
Jompetrtion with all ffl
ncan Dicycies at
TION.
I Prize?the highest award.
medals and "honorable menlumhia
won it. . !
x positions and it has nev6r fl|
ards have been'made accordsilence.
If!
IRTFOKD, CONN. j :|j
?
'innsboro, S. C.
|H profusion Ifl
*0f* . -J
flew Style*.
-RF-iIRi7 LINS now it. ?parklins: with
bright new gooda. The public
i* cordially invited to com# in
and look around at any time,
w Ifhnnf -f^Alintr nnd?r tnv Obll
gations to bar. Com# and in- ?
spect my lines when I am i* , . 0 gjij
Winnskoro And Ridgeway. Ask
to see everything
WI CARRY only high quality goods,
well made and well finished
whether plated or solid. That
ii onr hobby. .They will wear.
. "'-"T . ' IIf
? CAN SUPPLY every want made
npou in ap-to-date Jewelry
Store anv^bere. * We arc thororongbly
informed a* to every
detail !n our ..business aud to.-.
goods offered yoa are so good ^*5
for iht money..
- t
OUR GUARANTEE meant absolute
satisfaction to the ursr. .
R- BRANDT,
THE JEWELER, . ^
Undrr TowerMJIoek, Cheater, S. C. / ;
Now Supplies
? Are daily Arriving at onr Food Em>
_
porinm. Thrifty housekeepers
take to onr . : "
(3oo6s anb prices
as naturally as the village youth are
attracted to church by the girls. It's 0M
iike stocking. a book filled with a
tempting bill 'of fare to look over onr
: procession of . speciallies'Jor tbe table.
One Barrel:-Nc. 1 Mackerel (new
catch); Forbes'? Sngar-Cured Hams,
fresh always in stock; Fresh Cream
Chp.^e, at' 17?c per "ponnd. A fine
line of trained ' Goods, Pickles, Mustards
Sauces, etc.. AteoCoffees, Teas,
Spices and many other good things too
nnmerons to 'iheUion for want of
space. CaU and " see 09 at the old
k stand. *
J. D. McCarley & Co.
nnriffTT mn n 1 v
M TIHJAI.
' ?
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An elegant line of
o
New York Biscuit
Co.'s fine Cakes and
wafers.
' ' . 'V.j
Ice Cream,
Bulger Thins.
Graham Wafers.
| Chocolate Marsh Mallows,
j Apricot Creams.
| 5 O'clock Teas.
| Sal tines.
Bab}' Lunch.
J - Water' Thins.
. ;
j 11. ,
' I Dealer in Fine Groceries.
PRESTON RION,
AWKXT FOR
P.c?fic ITir? I.??ur*!:C2 Company ef
Ncvc
Glen Fa!! In6nr??ce Comptnr <?i
Yn. k.
Hcn bestcr G. nnstn lnsuranc* Cora?
p*ny (>f Rochester. N. Y.
S?i!ici-*? ?Lar<? < ( pairoD*y?.
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i NOTICE.
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* . ? yi Ys ui* wuu uwe ic?v n ia.ii**
?rc n *jf-d lo pa\ this werk.
JNO. J. NEIL,
/ 10-16 Clerk of Conucil.
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