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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Thurs lay, November 21. : . 1845
No sANZ man should attempt to de
n" that we have had legalized fraud
in our registration laws ever since the
larvs went into operation. They were
the only weapons the South had to
combat the most infamous fraud that
was ever perpetrated up-)n a people,
viz., the plac'nz of the unrestrieted
ba'lut in the hands of a horde of
ignorant and unqu tlifiedi colored
voters We ha I come out of tte war
pan iless and returned to heap. of
s-no'd r og a,es where once stod
happy and prosperoas homez. T:wn
cane eigh ye.rs of theft and pi.iering
which was ovetturn:ed in 1876. l he
registration law wa, i-el 'ed *t4 pre
vent the negro from voting and it did
to a successful degree. N--w we are
to have a new law which is intended
to give the white man the advantage
for two years, and aft.r that he may
look out. It will be a horiz>ntal cut
after 1898 and the white men had
better "come into the ark" before the
Eea': nd Forestry.
some members of the convention
were disposed to make light of Mr.
Jne' J. McMahan's "roads and fores
trn" bill in the convention, but they
are perhaps not thinking on that line,
so to speak.
timber from the highest peaks on s
farm and closely alongside of the
water courses, there'by leaving nothing
to hold the sediment--cauving gullies
in the first instance and filling up~ th~e
creek channels or washing away the
banks in the seccad instan:e. No. 2
sho.ws young timber sprouting on the
peaks and tops of hills and a growth
of bushes growing on the banks of
the streams, thereby protecting and
holding them moge' brer'. No. 3 shows
a full-fledged font st on hilltops and
full growth along the creek banks.
On No. 3 the places cultivated are the
valleys or hillsides and a strip out
from the creek banks beyond the
growth which protects the banks.
We do not pretend to discuss Mr.
McMahan's bill, but mean to say that
it an all-important matter, and deserves
y'oUR DOLLARS A DAY..
Columbia, S. C., Nov 19.-Tn: con
situtional conventio n had( a regular
parrot and monkey show Tuesday
night. The Legislature last yea- fixed
the p r diem of the members at $2 a
day. An ordinance to provide for the
disbursement of the $30,000 appro
pristed to defray the expenses of the
convention was taken up and it pro
vided for a per diem of $1 a 'iay for
members after Oc'. 15 last and to
final adjournment. The convention
rushed ahead and adopted this and
tihe!) increased the pay of all employes
util the per diem provided amounted
to about $55,000. Eighty-nine mem
bers cama to the ball pledgedI to vote
themselves Si a day, so Senator Till
man stated on the floor. And to one
denied the assertion. When tbey
realized what they had done, how
much they had! voted. an attempt was
made t0 recall the action by conserva
tive minded members. Amid the
greatest confusion the convention
finally left all the employes with a
low r-ate and voted to themselves a
psr diem of $1, this conclusion being
re iched a few minutes before mid
Beware of Ointrnent for Catarrh t dat Con
as mercury will surely destroy the
sence of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the mueoua surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except on
prescript ions from reputable physi
cians, as tihe damage they will do is
tenfold to the good you can possibly
derive from them. Mall's Catarrh,
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney
& Co , Toledo, 0., contains no mer
cury, an)d is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous
snrfarces of the system. In bul ing
Haill's Catavrh Cure be sure you get
the genuine. It is taken internally,
and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F J
Chener & Co. Testimonials free.
girSold by Druggists, price ~5: rer
1IcCARLEY & CO.'S COTTON CIR
Messrs. R. J. McCarley & Co., the
vell known cot ton dealers of Colum
)ia, have issued the following circular
etter, from which those who are hold
og c-tton for higher pi ices can draw
heir own conclusions:
Co:imbia, S. C., Nov. 18, 1895.
The present situation of the cotton
narket is a peculiar one, and the large
)perators differ very w idely in their
Messrs Neill Brotberr, on whom the
foreign consumers have relied for the
true estimate of the crops in the past,
have been out in several estimates, all
of which indicate a crop of less than
7,000,090 bales, and it has been ru
mored that they think 6,500,000 bales
nearer the mark. New comes the
Financial and commercial Chronicle, of
New York, with an estimate, based
upon the United States Bureau report
for November, and assuming that the
said bureau have made the ;ame mis
take, or e--ror, in the estimate, that it
has made in previous years, viz , under
estimating by some 23 per cent and
figure the crop of 1895 and 1896 at
8,100,008 bales. Conservative people
will look at both these estimates as
extreme. A letter published in the
Chronicle from Messrs. Hardy, Wii
liams & Co., of Waco, Texas, says
that a fair top crop will be made in
some parts of that Stite, where none
This letter of Messrs. Hanrdy, Wil
liams & Co. reflects the situation in
the State of South Carolina exactly,
and might have been writ"en ag de
scribing the conditions ezi,ting here.
Now, it is safe to assume that tiese
two States n fleet the c,nditiun4 pre
vailing thronghout the areater part of
the cotton b It. Taki g the above
facts, and steh o her iifor.nation as
we are in possession of, we conclude
that the crop will toot up near to
7,500,000 bales. Even a:lowing that
thit is 500,000 bales too much, we can
not but think that anywhere from 7j to
S cents in the South is a fair price, and
we think it would be wise for our
planter friends to accept that figure
and leave the speculation for any ad
vance that may come, or any loss that
lower prices may cause, to the bulls
and bears of New York and Liver
pool. R. J. Mc:arley & Co.
Liberal Contributions for the Gary Monu
Col. John T. Sloan, of the Gary
Monument Association, has been hard
at work for the past few days solicit
ing subscriptions for the erection of
the monument to Gen. Martin W.
Gary. He has beca very successful so
far. The first day $382 were c>llected.
Since then he has collected the follow
ing amounts: J. N. Parrott, $1; J. St.
Julian Yates, $5; W. 11. Mauldin,
$100; Stanvarne Wilson, $100; John
B. Dent, $5; John J. McMahan, $5;
I. B. Buist, $5; J. P. K. Bryan, $5;
H. C. Pat ton ,$5; W. D. May feld, $10;
R1. F. McCaslan, $5; (C. WV Garris, $5;
L. E. Parler, $5; MI. R. Gooper, $5;
R.JR. Hemnphill, $5; C. II. Peake, $5;
F. VonKolnitz, Jr , $5; W. M.
i;W. 11. Timmermnan, $5;
A. 1 ~ terson. $5;
J. C Alexander, $1; WV. E. Carver,
$2; W. C. McGowan, $5; R1. L.
hlenry, $1; W. T. Field, $5; M. 0.
Rowland, $5; W. T. Bowen, $1; R.0.
A tkinson, $5; J. L. Glenn, $1; G, G.
Wells, $5; H. M. Barton, $1; Geo. S.
Mewer, $5; R. M. McCown, $5; Thos.
E. Miller, $5; R1. B. Watson, $5.
The total from Lhe above list amounts
to $860, which makes a good showing
considering the short time in which
the committees have been at work.
1n our opinion those delegates in the
constitutional convention who oppose
having any of the itslitutions for
igher education put in the constitu-'
tion are right. -The matter of their
support or extinction sbould be left
with the legislature. Nobody favors
a o>)mplete educational system more
earnestly than the Greenvi:le Kews,
but' there is no sense in trying to force
the State to do what she may not be
able to do. A poor St ate endeavoring
to maintain a system adopted for a
riei one is in precisely the same po
sit ion with a man wIa earns ten dol
lars a week and attempts to live in the
style of a liberal millionaire.--Creen
means so much more than
you imagine-serious and
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
If you are feeling
out of sorts, weak
and generally ex
and can't work,
bein at once tak
igthe most relia
Brown's Iron Bit
ters. A few bot
TB .A Aties eure-benefit
ti comes from the
teti. and it's
pleasant to take.
Dyspepsia, KIdney and Lwvers
Consti1pation, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous ailments
et only the genuine-it has crossed red
ines on the wrapper. All others are sub
stiues. On recei p of t wo 2c. Stamps we
Fair Views and book--ree.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitche
and Children. It ccitains ne
other Narcotic substance. ]
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothi
It is Pleasant. Its guarant<
Millions of Mothers. Castoris
feverishness. Castoria prev
cures Diarrhaea and Win(
teething troubles, cures c
Castoria assimilates the foi
and bowels, giving health;
toria is the Children's Pana
"Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told no of its
good effect upon their children."
Da. G. C. OsooD,
"Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their chfldren, and use Castoria in
stead of thevariousquack nostrumwhich ae
destroying their loved onee, by foreing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Ds. J. F. ?tcrasos,
The Centaur Company, TT i
OSTPONING THE S1SsiON oTItE
TheConstitutionol coivent:ou having
ratified the ordinance authot izing t he
governor to postpone the regular ses
sion of the legislature from the fourth
Tuesday in November to the second
Tuesday in January, Governor Evans
has accordingly issued the following
proclamation, announcing the post
Whereas, the people of South Caro
ina, in Constitutional convention as
sembled, have by ordinance postponed
the next regular session of the general
assembly until the second Tuesday in
January, A. D. 1896.
Now, therefore, I, John Gary Evaus,
gonernor of South Carolina, as re
qnired by said ordinance, do proclaim
hat the regular session of the general
ssembly of South Carolina is post
oned from the fourth Tuesday in
ovember, A. D. 1895, and required
t convene in the capitol in regular
ession at noon on the second Tuesday
ir January nexct, A' aa
Jc -- "*a an ,
ewYork bankig circles '..
that Secretary Carlisle wili to-day
meet the leading bankers of this city
t a private conference to consider the
uestion of the gold reserve. The
meeting will be of the highest im
portance. The treasury as already
antnounced has beetn for the last tw~o
weeks in commiunie.ation with the
leading inlteres s here with a viewv to
ascertain ig n hat they c.mnid nu
would dlo when th;, reserve shg>ald
reach t he $75,000,000 mark.
Th-i special mueugeri of the depa:rt
ment was W. E (ur,-t~ who thi. time
studionsly avoided simplicity. The
banks have entertained farm ably the
plan of raising $25,000,00 in gold for
four per cent. bonds otn a three per
ent. basis. The cuestion of the :c
irement of the green backs wi!l also
probably be c nsidered.
Ure For Hens.lac he.
As a remiedy 'nr all for.asm 'i Fead.L.he
Elctrie B3itte'rs has proved ta be th ve-ry
est. It effiets a petnnanzent ':ure e-u he
most dreadful habitual siek~ b: ad-,ches
ield t.) its infIlu~ne. We urge ali who
re afflicted to procure a bol--,. :.,-.;ive
his remedy a fair t~il. In -.,e , . lbit
al constipation E!r'etIe iUi ors * ur':s by
iving the needed tone tol the bowels, and
ewcases long res~st the use of this medi
ine. Try it once. Large b)ottles only
ifty cents at McM4aster & Co.'s Drug
At a "hugginir hee" in, ou of the
ower counties, for the beketit of the
hurch, a manm while tiliodftalded
hgged his wife for severa mnitnmes
ithout knowing who ii -wais, anid
heni he afterwards fcenad ot, g>it
rathy becsuse 'hey wouldn't 'eve
im back his 15 e (.- Roe, Hil
For Over F'Ifty Years
M-R. WlIN5s!ow's Soo'rH ING'-vKC- h.v
been uni.d for over fifty ye-tr- by ml1ions
fmothers for their childrenu white teeth
., with peu feet success. It soot hes r'he
lhild, softens the irums,:?tlays :d pamn,
ires wind colic, a:.-'i. kIhe best r :me<l'y
r Diarrhe~a. It wilt rer eve nie p ,or lit
e sufferer imm:ediareIy. SoN' by Drug
ists in every parn. of the worW!. 'J wenty
ye cet.ts a bottle. He -n re a! 4 asik for
!rs. Wmnaiow's ;oothing. 5y uc.," anmd
ke n other kina. 5-26t.<1y
hen Blaby wassick, we gave her(Castoria.
hen she was aChild, she cried for Castorla.
hen she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children,she gave them Castori..
31IRTEEN HUNDRED ACH ESofj
L huuld, situated near Albion. on
1ttle River, for merlr owne'ti by Juo.
D..nglass. it will be divided into
nal tracts if necessary. TIermis easy.
r ot sol, it will be renmed.
Apply to J. E McD)ONA LD,
J. Q. D.AVIS, or
t-.22tf W. D. DOUGLASS.
FOR RENT. -
OFFER for rent, cheap, for next year,
the Dwelling Hous'! and premi~ses of
enry N. Obear.
9 2frtr T r K. -rmA~YT, Agen-t
c's prescription for hILnts
ither Opium, M,orp.i1e nor
,t is a harmless sub'titute
Og Syrups, and Cast<r Oil.
e is thirty years' vse by
destroys Worms ad allays
ents vomiting Snr Curd,
I Colic. Castoria relieves
nstipation and 'i.tulency.
>d, regulates the stomach
r and nat'iral slop. Case
,cea-the Mother's Friend. I1
" Castoria is sowell adal.cd to children that
I recommend it as superioto any prescription
known to me."
H. . Ancuna, M. D.,
111 So. O:rfordzt., Brooklyn, N. Y. c
" Our physicians in tl, children's depart
ment have spoken higLy of their cperi
ence in their outside prctic., with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what Is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
UthtTsD HoPIrrA. AIM DIsPENSARY,
AL.Lu C. sKrr3, h'e*.,
array Street, New York Citgo
STATE OF SOUTLr..AROLTNA
COUNTT OF F;1FIE D.
Persuant to posct cont, uc '
deed of assignment (1ecn;l"i I LI
U. G. Desportes or,
January, 1895, I w , 1 i . ; - i
fore the Court Hne in e*
boro, on the l-rSt lor.;L' in D(1 inler
next, tte followin iri, i
1. "All that c'rtai; tmer ot of
land, lvintr. btting aui-.si;nate in the
t :WI of Winnsboro. vn the corner 01
Cong ess and College Streets runing
north from the corne- of said streets
one hundred ctnd tbirv feet, more or
les:, thence east c,, hundred and
twenty.six fee', mo:e or less, then
southeaster1v about one hundred and
[forty feet,'miose or less, along the
line of the C. C. & A. RI. RI., tnence
westward on-e hindred and eighty
feet, more or less, to the corner of the
said Congress ani. College Streets;
bounded on the nirth ny lot of the
Mt. Zion Society, or; the east by 'C. C.
& A ar -ad trae.' on the south wv
*~iU'J -sa'- on the Westb
ala ther p;iec,
iti, sitiuate in thme
,State of South
I - being lot "A" con
f2 t$L*' >f the property o
. '41 th Sra S. olfe
made bf'o. ,cerJ Ste.vart on the
2tof Decemnber, 1881, banng a
brick store -bouse thereon."
3. "All tha certain other l ot ot land
in the town of Winisboro, County and
State aforesaid, froiting on Congress
Street, beginning at point on said
Congress street, at the southwesternt
corner of lo-, IoJnerly owned .by
U. G. Desportes, (ind iescribed just
above) rnning sotth along the said
Congress Street, a tistance of twent3
four feet and eight. nches to an alley
way, then crnerlig and runming east
fiftv-six fee!: and four . iuches, then
corCirin and running n orth a distance
of twootv-four 104 and eight inches,
then coi-nerin'i at imning west a
distanc~e or tift'-six feet and four
iceC lo the sto ting point; said lot
co,TaiinBg m~ o cre- house thercon,
an I b)ounded c-n the north byr store
and liw knovn: as"Tbe Hub," and on
the esat and souti by lots of Timnothy
Hardn, and on the west by Congress
4. "Al] that cert.aiu h-t of land in
the town of Winisbore, la the County
and State aforemid, contauiug Two
Aees, mnore or bss, ond bounded on
the- north by EIli.tt Street, on the cast
by lands of J. E. McDonald on the
sth by .1auds o' Sallie A. Gars ison,
o the west by 3ew Street, known as
the E.. M. Garrism lot."
5. ''All that o her e irt n lot of land
i4 the saidl t :lnot *Winiboro, in the
County and S ate afores'md. con tai ning
Three and One-halt Acres more or
less, ar d bounmded iin the notrh by the
and lot of J. E.M~cDor:ad, on the east
by ands of 11. L. Eioitt iind Alfredl
Moore on the souith by C"''!g er'ect.
and on trae wst by land of M r. 6. A.
Garrison and( S.LJ.. G.arrl i, n ,n n s
the J. .M. Garri-on Jct."
6. "All that ertaina other at of land
in the town .of Wininsbo ro, ini the
County and Stae aforesaid,. comntaining
Four Acres, mcre or less, Mounded oui
the north by lot o.f Luci nda Thompson,
on the east b,y lot ot Ilenry- L. E liott,
on te south by lands of Jieriry A.
Gaillard, and on the west '2y lands '9.f
V. . Flcuniken
7. "All tb.tt piece, parcel or tract of
laud, 1l ing, being and situate in the
County anid State aforesaid, on the
eay'6 Ferry road, koown as the. Sith
lace, containing F;ve lunodredi and
Twenty-Seven Acres, miore or les,
bounded by Ianids of .Jamnes Fair, Jonnr
Moore, (Gen. John Blratton. lands o!
the estate of John Wylie and others."
S. "All that piece.. parcel o: trait of
land lying, being and sitn:Me in the
LonWy of Fairfield and 5:ate afore- I
aid, containing Eight U~nnd:red anda
Forty-eight Acres. more or less, known
as the Harrison l'lac2, and bcundled on
he rth by lands of John' (. anid
Francis N. Gadsden and Mrs. -Keller, I
ntie east by lands of John S?rmpson
nd the Black estate, on the south by I
lands of Mrs. S. F. DuBose and th~e
Walino iraet anti en the west hrv
nes Egleston and the Smart place.
"All that certain piece, parcel or
at of land, lyitg being and situate
the County and State aforesaid, con
ning Two Hundred and Ten Acres,
re or less, bounded on the north by
ids of Adeline Fife. on the east by
ids of T. W. R.awls and the Peav's
try road. on the south by the 3\c- i
Weil place, on the,west by lands of
n. John Bratton, known as the Wml.
11. "All that certain piece, parcei
tract of land, bheitn, lying an:i si; u
C in the County ot Fa;rtitld :tnd
ate aforesaid, coutaining Two HLun
.d and Ei?htr-two AcreS. more or
ss, and bounded on the north t,
itis of R. N. .1eMaster, on tc e:t" t
lands of I. N. W it hers, d- ceaned.
t the south by lands of F. E der, aid
h the west by lands of 1. N. 31cMa"
r and F. Elder."
1:;. "All that piece, parcel or tract
' land, lying, being and sitlulae in the
ounty and Stale aforesaid, on the
"aters of Litt.e Wateree Creek, con
inin Two IIunred and Twelve
btes,"bounded by lands of Preston
ion and II. L. Elliott, being part of
1e lands formerly belonging to C. D.
11. "All that certain piece, parcel
r tract oi land, lying, being and situ
te in the County and Stale aforesaid,
ontainiug Three Ilundred and Twenty
hr cc Acres, more or less, on the eastern
ide of the Rot key Mount road, and
ounded by lands of Mrs. Weir, by
ands of Gen. John Bratton and the
Slands, and by lands of E"de."
15. "All that certain pieca, parcl
r tract of land, lying, being and situ
tte in the County of Fairfield and the
tale afore.aid, containing Fifty Acres
1ore nr les , known as the Curlee
laee. bounded on the not th and cast
w lands of W. 11. Padlgett, on the
.th by lands formerly owned by
r. T. P. Broom and 1'. II. Clark, on
t.e west by lands formerly owined nv
W. P. Broom, lying on the :;at_rs of
Li-tie Cedar Creek."
1. ".l "a t ce t in piec. r arcel or
o o iinj, M , be,ingr and situate
A the lul!ty of ri; ir'il at ti State
,,re-ai_, co:tinilng One 11 ndred
ad Six acres, mlore ort less, bounded
n the north by lands of Francis
Nelson, on the east by luds of Mrs.
M. L. C. Desportes and by lands of
Jino. W. Smart, on the south by lands
o Frank Brown, and on the w;t by
lnis of J. 0. Bong, :o "n as the
Jas. Egle-ton place."
1'J. "All that certain tiec, rarcel or
tract of land, lying. being a,tt situate
in the County and State af.resaid,
otitaiizi One JI nadred Acrcs. mnoro
or less, andl boandel on -u norh
lands of Mlar;iii il al. on the east by
lands of 1autin 11 t , Wesl.y l ial a
Sarah :'jcCnllou!i. oni the uth by
lands of Jes e Gladden. on the weni
tie Jim HaP p ace.
-~ j\.tt~e~rlai i ce, par aC or
tu T lil re uo. or 169 aind
bon'cd on the ir'th avClm
Street, on the ea-t by M!eants Sce , o:
the southt by lands of A. F. IiffT and~
Moses James, and oni the we:-t by Pal
mer~ Street. being the same lot ce,n
eved to Mlattie L. C. Decsporte; r:
Salie A. Mecan;, trustee, by deed b.ear
in date :'>1st January, 1883."
TEIDIS OF SALE.
"Oneth:ird cash, the balance in on'
and twro years, in two) cqual pamient
with interest from) day ,of sale, to b<
secured by a bond of the purchsec
an a mortgage of the premalcs sold.'
.Purchaser to pay for all necessar'
papes. JAM]ES Q. D AVIS.
Novmber 11., 189->. Assigne2.
BY virtue of the power and author
Bity conferred upon ne by a ccer
taln deed of assignment, :ecuted ant
delivered to mnc by C:. n is rice, a
survivor of Calvin ];rice Co., d:tt(
the 12th day of Septe per, 1892,
will olTer for sale before the Couri
louse door in Wi nnsboro, on the 1rr
Monday in December next, within tin
legal hours of sole, at public outei y
to the highest bidder, the following
described~tract or parcel of land, t(
All that piece, parcel or tract of land
near Woodward, in the County 01
Fairfield and State of South Carolina,
containing S3venty (70) Acres. mfort(
or less, known as "Uaroline Jentkmti
and Alorris Weaver Pa::e," bouinded
by lands of Peter Jenkins, A- D.
Jackson and others.
All the rizht, tii an l interet o:
J. Y. Brice ini the undlivid: d laniiI 0:
his mot her, the 1 ito Mlary E. Itriec, tr
wit, in all h.it ecitain tract or parcel
f land, sittut ad beitg in Fidicld
Coan tv and Ste aof S u'h Caro i n:
onl waters of Dumper's t reck. (Cit
raining Four IIlumiired and T went y-i
Acres, more or* le;, and b 1unded by~
lands of Djaviud II. Cork. .L. C. Leui
Mrs. TI. A. J1. M1lbicy. Emmnta 31l'y
-ri.:sa or sm~t::
O.i-thiid of the purchla5e luoneyV
to be paid in cash on d.y of sale, t he
balance upon a cre' lit of one and t wo
ears from d(y ' f :-ae, payabl)e oi'
(ual instahne t wit mcrest muon
te smne from dy of rahfa at t he i: e
Of Otht per C''ti ecu per amiiun,3 p:n
le anutlv, ma lbe ecrured bIhe
hod of thie pu:cha :m.i1 a au
age of the prei) 0)1o
Te purchae to ay u r a: i :
Burinl Cases an;d Caskets.
:e he fate.. 1. de in ii
romi?, niI?h t; n y at ac ol
a n. lTi h- k3n tur i- m pa rou W,
ak or' :1 4hr t O inim e.
lI[carse far> .lhed when'. ordered.
hi-t 21 '1 ELLC)TT, SR.
,., NOW READY. **
We have received and are now ready to show our Fall and Winter goods.
Ve have the largest and most complete stock we have ever shown.
Our stock of Dress Goods is magnificent, compris:nc a fine line of colors,
erges, Flanel,, lenriettas. Also the iate;t novelties in Mobair, Silk and
iVoul mixure, and an elegant line of Black Gois. The prices are fully one
.outli lower than ever bef.ore.
Beautiful st. es in Silks for Waists, Si:ks for Trimmings, Velvets, Jet Or
taments and Gymys.
We have a very la ge stock of all Domestic Goods, Satteens, Prints,
inal-us, - leaciiin'g, Canton Flannels, etc. All Latton goods are advancing,
>ut~we cu gin you low prices for we noccTrr F.aLY, and BOUGaT LARGELY.
r have tae c:ane-t F.anuds, Blanket-, u ool Underwear, etc., you have
.t t":e le aaar. See them and you will be convinced.
Terr a been -1 big trrt-t foried to put r.p (ite prices of leather and shoes.
:.. ;t "1 iione -1ec, .1. and tbtoght a v'e.V large stock, consequently we
: a areat tar<ty, aid at lowest t i ice-.
Our stock is now ready for insp(ction. Miss Ketchin has been North and
can give you .he latest styles. We have a large stock of the newest and most
deit able goods. We offer you the best work and lowest prices.
We want your trade and know that we can make it, to your interest to
trade with us. We offer you the greatest variety to select from, polite and
capable attention and the lowest prices. Come and see us.
CALD WELL & RUFF.
K Iff\Yti n 1r 1lle eL ;llill of 1~j 1ij~ ~
Ask any STEARNS rider
what he thinks of his
STEARNS riders are satisfied riders.
join'the ranks of STEARNS enthusiasts.
E. C. STEARNS & CO.,
Syracuse, N. Y.
SOUTHERN AGENTS :
W. D. GAS H CO., . 2X'.aA.-.A. A
- Probate Sale. EXECUTOR'S SALE.
ISTA-1 E OF SOUTh CAROLINA, S-rrrE OE SOUT C. uLA,
( JUNTT OF AUBEVIL.LE- T YILL olier for sale to the highest
1N T ;IE COUR T OF PROBATE. ~Lbidder, at ', innsb:>ro, S. C., before
Rub: tS. aUwav asExcutr ~ ~the Court House,.between the legal
Rob: t S.G M>wa, a Excutr c;fhoturs on salesday of December, prox.,
1 1 an-av. eceaed, nd mhis(beinr the 2nd d~ay of said mo.nh, h
P'Ai4r ii~s. Wb. D.* Stone,'M. J the estate of the'late Mrs. Sara E.
G aloa et al., Defeudants. jCenter, situate, lying and being in the
co(iainti to SJI Land to Pay Debts. |County and S-ate aforesai,1, on waters
jWi LL sAll a public outcry, at of Bonas Creek, wh~ch divi les the
- mnsbjoro Court Hlouse, Fairfield .whole tract of 809 Acres jato two
- ount:.: C.. on ialeday in December, nearly equal parts, as will be seen by
18%. ,nexr, :Mr the pa) ment of debts, the plats thereof jin the ofDee .'f the.
the fuhing de:crined' real estate be- Register of Mesne Coniveyance, for
onging to the esate of L. J. Gallo- r.aid County.
war. deceased, siluate in said State -55act No. 1, 1.5ina north of laid
:d Count!y of Fairfield, to wit: Creek,containing 346 Acres, more or
A ha tract or parcel of land. less, boufled~( onl the no ith hv1 lanxd4
known as the "William Brice" tract. Of CrightsAg~glass, Hleurv Smith and
c sit;iingi Two liuuidred and Sixty- A. F. Rutff, .'e the east by lands of
thr ee aol one-half Acres, more or Wmn. Haithe->ck, Mtose Wooten and B.
lss. bonoded on the north by lands of Boney, an'. on ths boahwest. by Bonas -
Wii ia=n Brice and T. G. Patrick; Creek.
south by lands of John Vinson; east Tract No. 2, contaiiii 463 Aces
by l::nd. of Mrs. WV. J. Lucas; we.st more er less, bounded notih by said
br the public road leadin~g from Winns-, Bonas Creek, east by lands of.'This.
br > to (-hester. Wooten~ and Adam Brown, somi by
Te'rnme: One-half cash, the balance lands of Haigood, west by lands of
"in a credit of twelve months, with in- Haigood, Dunlap and Aiston.
tes from day of sale, the credit por Said trac s will be sold separately
t, iotc o be secured by bond of pur- on the follo.ving terms: 0Oie-thii-,d .f
ca- er and a mortgage of tbe premises; the purchase money to be paid in ca4h.
or. 'crebaser may have option of pay- and the balance on a credit of one and
in d: ca..h. Purchiser to pay for two years, payab)le inl t wo egnal annual
p l.* instalments, with interest fr.im day of m
R E. [HILL, sale, payVable annually, until the whole
JTa,ie of Probate Abbeville County. debt is.paid, to be secured by the bond
i "id. of the purchaser and mortgage of the
-premises sold. If terms of sale are
S-e.not immediately complied with said
Probate Sl.traot or tracts, as the c ise may be, will
- be offered for sale again on sane day.
ST AT E OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Purchasers to pay.for papers.
coUNTY OF FAIRFIEL.D. WM. WALLACE,
PROBTE. November 4, 1895 Executor.
iN TIHE COURT OF PRBT. 11-6td
T. L. Johnston, as Administrator of ___________________
tlhe estate of J. Adaline Fife, de-.
csed ~ . . Fife, h. .Fife W innsb r
BYX vitue of a decretal order made
and filed in the office of the
Jde of Pobate for the Cuntyand D rug - S O re.
betare the Court House door in Winns
boro, S. C., on the
Ft HIST MONDAY IN DECEMBER_______
nxt. at public auction, between the
leai hours -of sale, the following de
scribed premises, to wit: Js rie
All that certain piece, parcel or tract Js rie
I land, lying, t,eing and situate In' Buiist's Turnip Seed, Mason Fruit
ih-Cotunty and S'ate aforesaid, con
tat in Jars and Jelly Tumblers.
TWO IlUNDRED ACRES,
m-we or lesa, b>unded on the north by
unds or T. W. Rawis and Charlotte -Toilet Articles of all Kinds.
ECvnet: east be lands of U. G. Des
poi' T. W.~ Riwls and F. A. Neil; ....
-on b by lands of U. 0. D esportes and
..fl:o. Uratton; west by lanids of Faints, Oils, Varnishes.
Te tml of S:ie-Ca-.h. Purchaser~ to-..
pv or' all niecessary papers.
-S. 11. JOH NSTON, Best oet. Cigar on the Market.
11-t ' Judge of Probate.
r E ig AGAIN P'RE'.ARtED TO: Pipes and Tobacco.
I .otnte long time loans on farm
J. E. McD)ONALD,
w. D. DOUG LASS, or Lamps and Glassware.
winnsooro. S. C.
A. E. DAVIs,
--_onilho SC. W innsboro Drug Store.
iV:;YNG DoNJE AND.SOLICIT' NE- S L fAD NOtsEs CUREDbe
.. EOGA 1 RPPM gzsuo. ceshwm.
en x > e R, e.. .t5l,aeSan4W, . .