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NEWS AND HERALD.
PUBMS&E& EVERY WEDNESDAY
?by?
The News and Herald Co.
TERMS. IN XPTAJfrv
One Tsar, ... 81.50
Six Month*. - .75
WIMNSBORO, C.
Wednesday, October 31, - 1900
SOME CONFLICTIXG VIEWS.
The Literary Digest has been publishing
some ot the political utterances
of prominent men of the country, and
it is interesting1 to note how they disagree.
Mr. Wayne MicVeigb, who was Attorney-General
in President Garfield's
cabinet, but supported Mr. Cleveland
in 1892 and appointed by bim ambassador
to Italy, takes a Ktrange view:
He says: "Nor can I believe anybody
with ordinary common sense is in
danger of regarding President McKiciey's
re-election as an endorsement
of the war in the Philippines,"
and he mentions Senator Hoar's sup%ff
?... ? Us-v
poring jar. aicxxiuiey ???? suw iuc
futility of pretending" that the eiec
tion of McKinley would be an endorsement
of anti-imperiaksm, "a
policy to which so many of" McKinley's
"supporters are irreconcilably
opposed." Mr. MacYeajjh further
takes this strange view, which would
lead one to suppose that Le was a
man without "or Unary common
sense." He says: "Tbe larger tbe
anti-imperialist vote for President
McKinley, the sooner will the nation
return to its trne m's?ion." How in
the name of common sense could Im?
perialist McKinley tell how many
anti-imperialists voted for him, even
if he was disposed to modify his
views to accord with tboss of h\s 6npporters?
McKinleyism is imperialism,
and a vote for McKinley is a vote for
imperialism. Tbere is do way out of
it.
The opinion of Prof. George T.
Ladd, head of tbe department of plhiloaopby
and psychology in Yale University,
is qnile different from Mr.
MacYeagh. Prof. Ladd has just retnrned
fram a trip aroand the world,
and he declares that "the attitude of
the United States in retaining the
Philippines is entirely unjustifiable,"
"wrong from the very beginning," is
"impolitic, immoral, and contrary to
all of our traditions." Prof. Ladd
goes on to say that {,the history of
the world shows that in every case
where a higher tribe was tried to subJugate
a lower one, the lower one
rmHa the other down to its level," f.nd
"this is teen in tbe history of oar
own troops in the PhilippineF." He
believes that "the Philippines can
learn to govern themselves iu*t as we
have learned to govern ourselves."
It has almost become a proverb tbat
as New York goes so goes the election,
and tbe two great parties do not seem
to expect any change this year. Mr.
Bryan bas made two visits to New
York. *nd he ba3 exerted himself as
though his election depended on New
York. We desire >lr. Bryan's election
and would think it unfortunate
if the people should endorse tbe policies
of the administration by tbe reelection
of Mr. McKinley, but McKinley's
cbances, we fear, are better
than Bryan'e. Tbe greatest hope for
Bryan"is that be bas an element sapporting
him in New York that was
" - . .m. t-:? _ iori? <U/s
Ditceny agaiust mm m xo&v. t?ut iuo
Republicans aie backed by tremendous
financial concerns which have a powerful
influence. Agaiu there is a class
of new comers to the United States,
many of whom are emp!o>ees ot the
trusts, who cannot Rpeak our language,
and understand nothing of the issues
of the campaign and care nothing
about the principles of our government.
Many of them could not read
the Declaration of Independence.
They will vole like sheep driven into
a pen. We believe that McKi?ley
will be re-elected, but surprises have i
happened in elections and we hope
that we shall be surprised by the election
of the Democratic ticket.
nno nrhrv haa f?iH<"?rrroH tho
.?,
speeches of the two candiflatrs most
i|| have been impressed witb the difFerrafe
ence io manners between Bryan and
Roosevelt. The latter exhibits on the
stump bad manners^'suitable to a
^^^Bough Eider, and perhaps it is natural
iuiperial?j(;shou:d be provoked
Hfe^apoatt'lon of the people to ran |
to) his will. His iosulting I
Vto his qaestioners is a mere
HRTwhatan imperialist when in!
Bper will do. On Jthe other hand
SPSr. Bryan i3 courteous in answering
r questions and in fact invite them, and
he answers them too. The people
like good manners, and it is likely that
this great d.flfcrence between the two.
men will affect a great m&ny more
voters than might be supposed.
The utterances of papers so disreputable
as the New York San can
not affect the fame of Gen. Robert E.
Lee, and indeed if his name should be
. omitted from the "Hall of Fame" his
name would not lose its greatness.
Tb? greatness of Robert E. Lee is
1!*#*^ Tt does not need a "Hall of
Fame" to establish it. The so-called
"Hall of Fame" will amount to
nothing anyway. The names selected
show that it is peculiarly sectional, and
posterity will n?ie this when they
read the trus histories of this country.
The unprejudiced mind will pot Lee,
Jackson, Forest and possibly others
above Grant.
Chaibman Jones of the State Democratic
^committee begs all Den. erats
to turn out next Tuesday a:?u vote.
The Northern Republican* often re
fer to our small vote as a r a-">n for
reducing our representation ii. congress.
Look up your registration certificate
and swell the Democratic vote
of the State.
Cure Cold In Head.
Kennott's Chocolates Laxative Quinine, easy
to take and qaicJc to cure cold is bead and sore
throes
jexk1nsville locals.
We are ail busy ovrrhc.vp ??p?I1, not
qaite nil the "Sods ot Ke-iv are still
frnft to their name, and arc resolved
not to reflect dishonor upon it by
hardening their hands with toil. They
daily meet, inquire as to price of cotton.
talk over the shortness of crops,
the coming election, &c. I hear of
no "Daughters of Rest" they manage
to keep bnsy and employ their leisure
moments iu the Chatanqna aud Lite
rarv club3. ,
Jenkinsville is not to be grinned at
in the matter of business transacted,
although it only boasts of one millinery
establishment, one blacksmith
shop, one ginnerr, two stores, one
music teacher, and six saleswomen.
Then it is beautiful for situation, being
a "city set cn a hill," with streets extending
to Alston, Monticello, Columbia,
and to any other point to which
you would like to go.
The cottou seed market has been
quite lively here, and it really seems
that there will not be euough seed re
served for planting. 91-8 cents per
hundred was the highest price paid.
Miss Madie Cbappel! is leaching in
Kershaw county.
Miss Lois Chappeil has charge of a
school near Littleton.
Miss Lula McMeekin has again secured
a position as clerk in a store in
Newberry.
Dr. Scott has made the purchase of
a lot in Monticello on which be will
boild and locate permanently.
Miss Janie Roberts, of Monticello,
is now a pupil at Limestone College.
Miss Lizz-e Lnpo has charge of the
Long Ran school.
Shiloh academy has been undergoing
repairs recently, and in consequence
looks a'most as good as new.
With new desfcs, benches and heater
it will be quite comfortable, and we
hope that the teacher, Mr. ThomasoD,
of Laurens county, will have no cause
to complain of the school house. Its
cojdition has been a standing leproach
to to the community and trustees
for many years.
Mr*. G. A. Beard, of Walhilla, is
visiting relatives and friends in this
community.
Mrs. U. Spigner and cniidren leave
In a few days for Epworth Orphanage,
Columbia, where she has secured a
position.
Miss Gnerry, of Columbia, is teaching
in the family of Mr. Andrew Wallace,
near Wallacsviile.
Mis3 Eloise McMeebin i> teaching a
smali school n >ar Mr. D. L Glenn'?.
Mrs. W. J. Sharp, of tt.i4 place,
died at the homo of her brother, Mr.
Tom Fowler, in Columbia, on Toes
day last, and was buried nt Long Run
church .ou the following da-.. She
haa been ill for months with a complication
of diseases, and death came
as a leiief from l.er suffering. She
died rejoicing in the hope of a blessed
immortality. A husband end f">ur
children survive her, together with a
motner ana several oroii?ers auu sister?.
Y.
October 15,1900.
"For three days and nights I suffered
agony untold from an attack of cholera
morbus brought on bv eating cucumbers,"
savs 91. E. Lo-w-her, clerk of
the district court, Centerville, lows.
"I thongbt I sboaid surely die, and
tried a dozen different medicines but
all to ho purpose. I sent for a boitle
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhcei Remedy and three dose* relieved
me entirely." This remedy is
for sale by McMaster Co , druggists.
BUCK HEAD ISCDtiSTS.
AFalthfal and Respectable Colared Man
Killed by the Train.
A good old colored named
H. M. Brown, of our vicinity, ci'ne to
his death vary suddenly at Blair's o:?
the evening of the 2ith inst. He attempted
to pass between the cars of
the freight train and by ibe sudden
jolt of ibe cars was thrown beneath
the wheels and wa' dreadfully mangled,
cutting off his head and lege.
He was abont 80 years of and
was formerly Afojor Thom*. r.vle*'
coachman. There was no ino.?: r?!i
ble man, whether as slave or freema?.
He was buried at the Lyles graveyard
on the 25.b. The major's granddaughter,
Miss Sallie Lyles Feaster, and our
little niece, Edith Clayton, carried a
cross of evergreens and 6owcr3 to put
on the box enclosing: the casket. I
know that every one of Major Lyles'
family aud many of hi9 white aud
other friends will be pained to learn
of the sad ending- of the faithfai old
man's life.
Mr. Jap. Stevenson, the mail rider
from Blair's to Hop, told me yesterday
afiernoon that he saw some of old
Martin's bone6 at the p'ace where he
was killed. He was always called by
the name of Martin, though he signed
his name H. M. Brown. Mr, Stevenson
said ?here was talk of the railroad
BO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
Sidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the newspapers
is sure to know of the.r wonderful
u ; j . cures made by Dr.
1??L Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
8 J kidney, liver
fl KfSrr; / Li and bladder remedy.
" u !r\V/ i-/= ^ is the great medi^
Li' . '7^ cal triumph of the nineI
lift teenth century; dis,
^ _____ |!ii covered after years of
u cM scientific research by
I |p" Kilmer, the emi[|_
__; -7; " nent kidney and blad^
" der specialist, and :"s
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid troubles
and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not recommended
for everything but if you have kidney,
liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
In so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase
relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if vou have kidney or bladder trouble .
When writing mention reading this generous
offer ia this paper and |
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer St Co.,Binghamton,
N. Y.
regular fifty cent and Home of Swamp-Root,
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
Miss Laara Gang will attend the
fair# !
company bei-g sued for not giving
warning.
We are living bad weather for sav
ing bay.
Mr. Tiuit, of Georgia, advises the
farmers if they can to hold their cotton.
If this warm wet weather continues
there wilt be an addition of a good
many more bales to the cotton crop.
Wm. J. Bryan's chances for the
presidency seems to be very good.
Mr. Walker, of Georgia, seems to
have been most successful in that State
as a farmer in every resp ct- a soil
improver and particularly in raising
wheat.
The farmers have, by their labor,
al! tbe burden of feeding and clothing
the whole world. There is no exemption
for them, like those that are ex
ernptea iq paying ias.cs uu mcu xucomes.
They have to take their products
of the soil to pay the duties of
the government on all untaxed incomes.
I quote a little from the New
York World of tbe^4th inst.: "When
the jingo statesmen at V/ashington
voted war taxes did they lay them on
incomes or on wealth in any form, as
their imperialist brothers in England
did to sustain their war against freedom
in South Africa? Not at all
Nine-tenths of our national taxes are
collected from consumers?the most
of it from the common necessaries of
life. If the imperialists had been
fcomnelled to tisht their own war and
tbe trade expansionists obligbd to pay
the bills the trouble in the Philippines
would never have happened.
The public roads generally are not
in first rate fix by any means, but so
tar as I have seen there are many bad
places in them, and I want to see our
new supervisor, Mr. Hood, be as good
as his word. In a speech at Feastervtlle
he said: "If I am elected I will
see to it that the public roads are put
and kept in good condition," which
will be a great help to the people.
There is another store at Sheltou,
owned by a Mr. Shiver J. U. F.
October 26. 7.900.
That Throbbing: Headache
Would quickly ieave >ou, if you
used Dr. King's New Life Pita. Thousands
of sufferers have { roved their
matchless merit lor s.ck ana i\ervous
Headaches. They make pure blood
and strong nerves and build np ycur
health. Eas 10 take. Try them.
Only 25 cents. Money back if not
cured. Sold by McMaster Co , druggists.
REDUCED KATES TO THE FAIR.
On account of this occasion, the
Southern R-tilway announces ra'e of
one fare foj the round trip, p!u< fifty
cents admission to t'r.e fan* ground?,
for civilians, and still lower ra cs for
military companies and bra s binds,
in uniform twenty or more on one
t n.-v]n?v\U?o si P on si t*->fnrn
I IU L/VlUUiUlOr, \ ouu A .1
Tickets will be sold daily from October
ihe 27 to November 1, inclusive,
and for trains t-chcdul-d to arrive at
Columbia prior :o noon of November
2od, with fi >a! limit November 4 h,
190(). inclusive: a:id for fair offi;ia!s
and stock men onlv, on October 2otb,
and 26th, on presentation of tickets
signed by fhos. W. Holloway, ?enotary
of Stale Agricultnral and Mechanical
Society.
This will be by far the greatest State
Pair over held, and every-one should
take advauta?:e of ihe lotv rates and
visit Columbia ou this occasion.
Southern Railway offers most conve
nient schedules, audi perfect service
to and from Colombia.
Tickets will bes)ld iroai all points
in So:th Carolina: Atigusia Ga. and
Savannah, Ga: also Ashvvle, N. 'J.
Charlotte, N, C. and stations in North
Carolina intermediate jo Columbia, S.
C. For detailed information as to
rates, schedules, etc., call on or write
any Agent ef the Southern Railway or
its connections.
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2 ?, ^ j^j
:%SigI!w?S^^P
The average fer^sicc coasiitctica i^<}'
| czzaoi, tT.wii. .', ". ; 11'u land the strain
3 to^ v/hich s:cn:"f ir/..:g v.*ork sub- %
| jects it. The organs cf x.-omanhood |
| ere so delicate that tic r~ult of I
1 constant simding. lifting, steeping or f
1 straining zs irregular cr painful men- t
i strtnricn. hurorrhca or falling cf the p
| -wcrab. ^ Vine cf Cardui is ths right ?
i remedy for fer-ialc -x.*cakcc^s. It -srii! p
B - ' ' ? . fej
5:nsurc painless zza. rcjuiar operation g
of the r>.T-.iru:I function. It -will |l
| drive cv'. ever/ fcaee cf Icucorrhcc.:, J
i and -will so s'.rjng'han tic !iga~iec'.3 0
| that failing cf lhe womb v/ill bs an gj
; impossibility. Ycu can ?c: a $'.00 ':
bottle cf \J'ine of Carcui at any dr \g <i
store, and usj it in the jrivacy of *|
your home. |j
Mrs. Lucy Smith, Townsend, Ga: "I I;
I have been in bad health with fa!iir.g of tj
the wcrr.b, weak back, nervousness and |
heart paipiLaticn. At rr.cnihiy periods ?
I woaid be in bed suffering g.-eat piir.. |
Lately I have been takir.g Wine of Ccrdui l|
and Thedford's Black-Draught and they fj
have brought me wonderful relief. 1 r
k ?/fl nn nain 9r?A #lo nA* tfnn VAPk F
?1 the monthly periods."
g? In eases requiring spcclal dircc
Bj? tions address, fcivin;; symptoms. I
SR, "The Indies' Advisory Depart- f
Mediclnc^ j;
-Iia tasi!?An
Elegant Line of?
GARWOOD'S PERFUMES,
BULD AND PACKAGE
GOODS,
BATH TABLETS,
FLOPJDA WATER,
SMELLING SALTS,
SACHET POWDER,
ETC., ETC.
Obear Drug Co.
The Kind Yen Have Always E
in use for over SO years, h
All Counterfeits, Imitations a
Experiments that trifle with
Infants and Cliildrcii?Exper
WOSl IS
Castoria is a harmless sui>s<
goric, Drops and Soothing- ?
contains neither Opium, Mo
substance. Its age is its gua
and allays Fcverishness. It
Colic. It relieves Teething 1
and Flatulency. It assimilai
Stomach and Bowels, giving
. The Children's Panaccar-Thc
CSNU5NE CAST
Tie Kind You Ha?
In Use For Ov
THC CZNTAUR COMPANY, 77 MUR
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Bank of Ridge way vs. J. W. Ray.
J X pursuance of an order of the Court of
1 Common Pleas, made in the above
stated ease, 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 piece, parcel or tract of
land, lying, being and situate in the
County of Fairfield and State of South
Carolina, containing
TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FIYE
ACRES.
more or less, bounded by lands now or
formerly belonging to Buekner Hagood,
Entzminger ana others.
TERMS OF SALE.
One-lialf of the purchase money to be
paid in cash on the day of sale, and the
balance on a credit of one year, to be
secure d by the bor d of the purchaser and
a n ortgage of the premises sold, with interest
thereon from the day of sale at
eight per cent per annum, or all cash
at the option of the purchaser; the purchaser
to pay for all necessary papers.
The purch aser shall deposit with the
(Jierk or tourt on tne aay of sale immediately
aft?r the close of the bidding the
sum ov twenty five dollars as an earnest
of bis oid, and upon failure to do so the
Clerk may immediately resell same at the
risk of the purchaser. If the purchaser
shall fail to comply with the terms of sale
the Clerk may re .ell the said premises at
the risk of the former purchaser without
further
Oct. 13, 1900. - C. C. P. F. C.
10-13ti
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
B. J. Quattlebaum, as Executor, vs. D. L.
Carter and. Wm. J. Johnson.
IN pursuance of an order of the Court of
Oomiron Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, before the
Court House door in "Winnsboro, S. C., on
the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
All that certain piece, parcel or tract of
land, lying, being aud situate in the County
of Fairfield and State of bou^h Carolina
fiTiftnt nrio milo 'hol/vcc K?mn-fvn'<s
Turnout, containing
SIXTY-NINE ACKES,
more or less, and bounded on the north by
the track of the Charlotte, Columbia ana
Augusta Railro d Company; on the east
and south by lacds formerly owned qy
U. G-. DesPortes, and on the west bv lands
of W. H. Walling, commonly known as
the Smart place.
TEEMS OF SALE:
One-half of the purchase money to 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 eignt per
rent per annum, to be secured by the bond
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 sale, as an earnest
of his bid, and upon failure to do so the
mor rocall tho coma at".
the risk of the purchaser. The purchaser
may pay all cash if he so desires. If the
purchaser fails to comply w'th tbe terms
of sale the Clerk may resell said premises
at any succeeding salesday at the .risk of
the former purchaser without further application
to this Court.
E. H JENNINGS,
Clerk's Office, C. C. C. P. F. <\
Winnsboro, S. C ; October 13, 1900.
10-13td
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Mary M. Aim strong vs. John S. Douglass,
Cnarles A Douglass, E. E. Deuglass
and A. G-, Douglass.
IN pursuance of an order of the Court
of Common Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, before the I
Court House door in Winnsboro, S. 0 , on
the
FIRST MONDAY I>7 NOVEMBER
next, within the legal hours of sale, at
public outers 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
the said County of Fairfield, in" the State
afo esaid, containing
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY-SEVEN
ACRES,
n.errt or less, and bounded by laDds now
or lately belonging to James Boyce, Isi
balla H. Bell and lands now or lately be
longing t to the estate of William A.
Martin. <vc *?ed?iie said tract of land
being ih convcyed to John S, Douglass
by A. J. Hamilton by deed dated the
5th day*of January A. D. 1881,
TERMS OE SALE:
One-third of the purchase money to be
paid in cash, and the balance thereof on
a credit of one and two years, in two
equal annual instalments, with interest
thereon from the day of sale, payable annually
until the whole dent and interest
be naid to be secured by the bond of the
purchaser and a mo/igage of the premises;
or all cash at th-j option of the purchaser,
and the purchaser to pay for all necessary
papers and the recording thereof.
R. H. JENNINGS.
Clerk's Office, C. C. C. P. F. C.
Winn-boro, 5. (J., October 13,1900.
10-I3td
ought, and which Las been
as borne tlie signatnre of
is been made under his perapervision
since its infancy.
lio one to deceive you in this,
md " Just-as-good" are but
and endanger the health of
ience against Experiment.
ASTORIA
;itute for Castor Oil, Parejyrups.
It is Pleasant. It
rphine nor other Narcotic
rantce. It destroys Worms
cures Diarrhoea and Wind
'roubles, cures Constipation
tes the Food, regxilates the
healthy and natural sleep.
> Mother's Friend.
QR!A ALWAYS
rfl HlwQTTC Rrtllrfhf
u ninujo vuu^ui
er 30 Years. i
RAY *T*??T. NEW YOR* CITY.
CLERK'S SALE, <
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIF.FIELD. '
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
George L. Kennedy vs. MaryE Kenned?
James A. Kennedy and others.
TN pursnanceof an order of the Court
JL of Common Pleas, made in the above
stated ease, I will offer for sale, before the ]
Court House door inWinnsboro, S. C., on
the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER ]
next, within the legal hours of sale, at ^
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the 1
following described property, to wit:
L All that parcel or lot of land, lying j
and being in the said County and State,
on the head waters of Cedar Cree*.
containing
ONE HUNDRED and THIRTY ACRES, ]
more or less, bounded on the north by the i
lands of Thomas M. Neely and the C. C. (
& A. 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 1
Thomas M. Neely. <
2. All that parcel or tract of land, lying ]
adn situate in the said County and State,
about three miles west of the town of
Ridge way, on the south side of the South- ;
era Railway track, and bounded by the
lands of the estates of A. C. Kennedyand
John ? Thomas, and lands of G. L. Kennedy,
containing by estimation
SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES,
more or less, and being the same tract of
land conveyed to the said Mary A. Neely
by the deea of G. L. Kennedy dated on
the 24th dayo f January, 1882.
TERMS OP SA.EE:
One-half the purchase monsy to be paid
in cash, the balance on a {
lie 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, 1990.
10-i2id *
Sheriff's Sale. <
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B. M. Grier vs. R. H. Jennings, a9 j
A/Imiriiotrof Ar \i T? P.lflmrt <inrl
otbeis. r
OUJRSUANT to the order of Court
* in the above entitled cause, I j
will offer for sale before the Court
House door in Winnsboro, S. C.,on 5
the
FIRST MONDAY I ? NOVEMBER t
next, the following described prem- .
ises, to wit: 4
All ihat piece, parcel or tract of (
land, lying, being and eitoate in the 1
Connty of Fairfield and State aforesaid,
bounded on the north by lands J
formerly of John H. Clamp, on the .
east by lands of W. J. Johnson, on *
the sooth by lands of G. Y. Langford, ,
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ana on me west oy ianub ui
McLean, known as the JDoke place,
and containing ONE HUNDRED k
AND FIVE ACRES, more or less.
TERMS OF SALE.
Ooe-haif casb, tbe balance on a
credit of twelve months from the day ]
of sale, with interest from the day of
sa'e at 8 per cent per annum, to be <
secured by tbe boud of the purchaser
and a mortgage of the premises sold, ]
or for all c*?h at the option of the
purchaser. Purchaser to pay for pa- "
pers, stamps and recording.
R. E. ELLISON, S. P. C. j
10-ll!d
Farmers, i
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Attention i;
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NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY J
Plantation !
j
Supplies, 1
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QUI? STuCK OF HEAVY G RO <
ceri a is u: w complete J
\V? citer specia.l. f >r tbe farmers' (
Tflde. We know what they reed, and 1
arc prrpired toseive thein anr* aibot- (
torn prices. 5
We al*o carry a nice line of shelf
?00'i.S?
SHOES, HATS,
DR\ GOODS,
NOTIONS,
and eve ytbing usually found in a |
gen?TH! - tore.
C?^G >"ds delivered to oar city trade.
-e<- IIsW.
R. RABB & CO .
GRANITE CORNER. (
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PRESTON RION, {
AGENT FOB f
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Pacific Fire Insurance Company of c
New York
Glen Full Insurance Company 01 1
Yoi k. * t
Rochester Gprman Insurance Uomp.-itiy
of R >che?ter, N. Y.
Solicits share of public patronage.
9-26-ly
dum
sp flDVDIi
BEVEL GE
quent cleaning ;
The CHAIN
cared for.
COLU
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represents th
Se
Jordan & D
Land Sale.
50 acres on Cedar Creo-k, bonnded
by lands of Coleman, McCorkle and
Mhers.
205 acres, known as the "Fog?
Place," boanded by lands of Rich'd
Matchett, Timbo SiDgleton, estate
L. A. Davie.
194 acres, known as tbe "Oliver
Sloan Place," bounded by lands ot
Rassdale, Macfie and others.
140 acres known as the "Bolick
Place," boanded by lands of Williford,
Bolick and F. O. & F. Co.
543 acres,, known as tbe "Boyd
Place," bonnded by lands of H. B.
Refo, Patrick, Gerisr and others.
842 acres on Jackson Creek, boanded
by lands of W. M. Hardio, Ragsdale
Tk V
auu JL/. -L JL ILUUir*
115 acres in Longtown section, now
occupied by W. T. Stewart.
House and lot in town of Winnsboro,
now occupied by Mr?. M. E. Sit^reaves.
1,166 acres, known as "Middlesex
2nd Wolfe Places," 2? miles from
Winnsboro.
2,000 acres, known as "Horsebranch
Place," o miles from Winnsboro.
288 aciep, known as "Ford Place,"
bounded fey lands of P. Rion, U. G.
DesP^rtes and otherp.
327 acres, known as "Bones Place,"
bounded by lands of W. H. Flenniken,
W. R. Doty, Wes Young and
Dthers.
968 acres in Township No. 4, 2 miles
from Winnsboro bounded by lands of
H. G. Wylie, "Middlceix," and "Bones
Place."
Unless disposed of at private sale
by Mr. T. K. Elliott, tbe^e lands will
be offered at public sale before the !
Court House in Winnsboro tha first
Monday in December, 1900.
Term?: Onc-four'h cash, baiance iti
5ve equal annual installments at 7 per
sent annual interest. No charge for
oaperp.
H. L. ELLIOTT, Admr.
LO-23
Note I lii
FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS
AYB REPRESENTATIVES IN
THE 57 TH CONGRESS OF THE
UNITED STATES.
State of Soiith)
County orFairfleld. $
Notice is hereby given that an eloc[ion
wilibe h?!d at the several precincts
established by law in Fairfield County,
3D Tuesday, November G, 1900, for
aine Presidential E'ectors, and for a
Representative in the Fifty-Seventh
Dongress of the United States, Fourth
Congressional District.
Polls at each voting precinct will be
>pened at 7 o'clock A. M. and closed
it 4 o'clock P. M.
The following named persons have
seen appointed Managers of Election:
A.bion?R. E. Sterling, J. E. Stev
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;Dsou, ci. .L/ju^iafs
Centreville School House?W. B.
Sogan, David Brabham, Tho?. Holli?.
Blythewood?W. J. Hagood, Hamjhrey
Brown, F. E. Hood.
Feasterville?H. C. Coleman, Marin
Beam, M. C. Boulware.
Gladden's Grove?J. M. Higgins,
J. H. Hall, S. H. Lumpkin. .
Horeb, at Hawes' Store?J. M.
Steele, A. L-iScrugs, N. D. Roberts.
Monticello?J. D. Aiken, T. J.
Rabb, W. J. Barley.
Ridgewav?Oliu Sawyer,M. Sim >ns,
Joe Cole-nun.
Wini^bnro?J. A. Hinnaut, HenryPhillips
E. G. Scrnggs.
Woo'lwara?T. M. Boulware, Jno.
5. McKeown, H. A. Holder.
Longfown, at Jenkins' Store?Saml.
JdcCormick, J. E. Stewart, T. J. Rob
nson.
Bear Creek?M. L Cooper, Chis.
Eeins, Clifton Duke.
Greenbrier-S. W. Broom, J. L.
Dauthen, W. P. Ulair.
Jackson Creek School Huuse?W. J.
Lemmon, John Brroks, T. M. Jordan.
Jenkin^vil'e? J. *Carry, J. II.
5farboroiU'b, J. A. Stanton.
Oakland -Woodward Durham, P.C.
Mellichamp, John Gibsor.
The ballot b"xe? in the precinct
nust be so located a? to be in view of
persons outside the polling [dace durog
th" time of the election.
A p}>ace or enclosure separa'e and
listinet from that us< d by the Managers
of thii Election, must be railed off
>r otherwise provided, at each prelinct,
under direction of the undersigned.
Bat one voter mast be allowed to
iD'er any vo:ir.g p'acea: a time, and
io one except the Managers must be
illowed to speak to the voter while iu ?
:he voting place casting his vote.
For lunher instruction see notico of
Joinrairsioners of 6 a'e Flection.
O ie of ;he Managers at each"prejiuct
named above must cull upon the
Board of Corom'ssionerx l\-r the Fed
;rai Election at Winusborc, fc\ (\, ou
.hi- 3rd day of November, 1S00, to r?:eive
ball >t boxes poll Jists and initruciions,
ai.d ta Ue quaiifi-d.
II. E. KETCH1N,
W. J L. WEIR,
C. S. FORD,
Commissioners of Fed^r* Zlection.
VI71 t.nshnrn R J! Ortf. 1 fit.ll 1900
Notice.
Office of Countt Commissioners, ?
Winri?horo, S. C-, Oct. 10, 1900. $
Notice is hereby yiven 'hat a meetng
of the Binrd of Control for the
Jounty of Fairfi-id wili be held in the
)ffice of Couotv Coinrai-sioners for
aid Coun'y on the l.-t day of Novem)er
next, at w'ich meeting applicaion?
tor the position of County Dis>en=er
atHi''gc*ay wiil be consid*
irer*.
All applications for said position
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nuat De on nie WIIC lae noart* ai ieasi (
en dars bpf re 'aid date.
W. M. CURLEE.
ULYSSE G. DESPORTES,
J N. BRO WN,
10 lltd Beard of Control F. C. ,
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GEE ml
ARS do not clog, break, catch
and adjustment. They always
\
needs more attention. It will
MBIA, HAF
MER and PI
3IYCLES
e highest standards of both cl
Jnvon tMnCP
U1 1 VCU
)id for Illustrated Booktt "Ontingi
avis, Agts., w
OVERL
T ? f* XX X
vv g Have r<.
| rqarjy Ooc
I
Stop? to H
TO EARLY BUYERS W
PRICES, TH
GEEA1
WE WILL NAME AS I
STORE IN '
THIS IS YO
I OPPi
The Caldwell Br]
A CiiREA
Orieof'tlr^e Lap
J^Iepel"} ari dis
Ooui
A PORTION OF
Q. D. \A/illifor<
Consisting of DRY GOODS
SHOES, and all classes of
establishment i
Theie goods must be c<
order that the heirs may ge
This is the greatest opportuni
the surrounding country to bi
All narties indebted to sa
| and settle at once.
J. L. Mir
A
fmwg) jg i i
i H- (Teething Pc
Costs only 25 cents
Or n^iil ?3 cents to C. !
I Still Have
-6 or 8Young
Mules
AND FIVE OR blX PLUG UULE>
yet unsold. Pors-nr-s i.e^ii c males
should call and tee them before biding
as I ^i!! se'l ti.ern cheap for ca-h
or irood paper, payable in the fall.
I als'i have a few horses, anions:
them two <:ood Combination Horse*.
Also a couple of GOOD MARES,
mitab e lor brood mares?}<>n"g av.d
SOUDd.
Cows.
1 wiii pay the higLe?J ca^h pric"? f->r a
classes, f*t or poor
Buggies.
i still have a few BUGGIES that 1
wii. se'l cbcap for cash.
A. Wiiiiford,
Wionsbero. S. (J.
fill. JI
things nor need fre- vfiB >;
run the same. W pS
run well if properly : S jfc
?TFORD, lf|
ENNANT | |f
rainless and chain- ^ ^
innsboro, S, C, |
OADBD. |
V rl
Bought too
?ds fop Oup |
old. |j
E WILL GIVE SPECIAL ,Jf
IS IS TO BE A |
: SALE. I
.OW A PRICE AS ANy^?S*91^
fHE STATE. ^
<UR 1
DRT UNITY. |
\ Goods ComDaov.
T "SALE.
gest Stoel^s o?fl|
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rv i'-n tl^ s~\ TP ta _
"I *?Jtr
Ttp-y. a
THE ESTATE OF
d, Deceased
>, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, '-Sjg
goods kept in an up-to-date
'n the Carolinas.
inverted into cash at once ia
t their portion of said estate.
ty ever offered to the people of
ly merchandise. ^
id estate will please call and
nnaugh,
dm.inistra.tor
KITS 5 Allays Irritation, Aids Digest)*,
J s ^ i?r, Regulates the Bowck, '
r< i / ? Strengthens the Child,
t g el Malus Teething Eacy.
>wde,s) .^JLTEETHlNAReBerotheBowtf
, , Troubles of Children of
latDraggists, any age
i wnccm m n ST. I out ft Mft
! GARDEN
and
! Field Seed.
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t?TT7T1 m?"\T
rn jl v niviii i >
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Turnip Seed. %
I - :/r-,
| - BEETS,
| SPINACH, Ete.
| Onion Sets.
! , BARLEY,
"
RYE,
WHEAT.
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Mister Chih? :
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