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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Saturday. November 23. 1 ii
A MOTION to have four judges on the
supreme bench was amended by Mr.
Ragsdale on Thursday night to make
the number three, as at present, but it
was voted down. Fonr will give a
better ctance for a deadlock.
There was considerable argument in
the convention on Thursday as to
whether the hc;mestead should be
mortgagod or in any way dispos: of
after being set aside.
Mr. Gage wanted it fixe-i s, ihat
those interested in the home-=cad
might mortgage by unatnimons cone"t
if all interested were 21 ve is 'd.
Governor Evan; was opp >sed to the
21 year feature of the clau,e He was
not in favor of the homestead being
mortgaged or otherwise dispos d of.
Mr. Ragsdale said the convention by
this amendment proposed to take a
. poor man's property and prevent him
from mortgaging it. Before any aebt
is contracted the homestead is practi
cally exempted. It is one thing to ex
empt it from a forced sale and another
to say he shall not exercise the right of
voluntary .lienation. It may be a
good thing, but any man who stakes
his political future on it will find out
what the poor man thinks about it.
Mr. Glenn thought it would be well
to keep in mind the theory of the
homestead lrw in this State. Our
courts have laid down thast the laying
off of the homestead d->es rnot affect
the title in the property.
Both of the last speakers had not
completed what they wan ed to say
andi motions were made to extend
their time, but objection wa made
Several members made vistorous kicks
sbUTadthis ano4lhe time for debating
this section was extede4_one hour.
Mr. Hutson could not sie-wrhy the
.' party for whom the homestead WE~s
apart did not have the same control
over it after it as he did before. It's
*his property, and he has a right to do
. with it as he pleases. Mr. Gage's tIle
ory would change the wbole character
Mr. Ragsdale moved to indefinitely
postpone the amendments and substi
Governor Evans tuen made a speech
of some length, importuning that the
homestead be left so tho sheriff's ham
mner could not strike it. IIe said:
These gentlemen would make you be
lieve that homesteail was intended for
a man alone. It is not trne. If the
homestead a as inttended for the man
why don't you allo w the old bachelor
and the widower a homstead in his
Voice--A widower is entitled to a
Gov. Evans--Yes, if he has anybody
d2pendent upon him..
Mr. WV. D. Evans-And so is a bach
elor under the same circumstances.
Gov. Evans-Yes, if he has a sister
or a niece or a nephew dependent upon
him. This is for the benefit of those
whom the State has guaranteed a home
for the purpose of raicinag patriota
The Srpreme Court has practically
nullified this Constitution and con
strued it against its express words.
This Constitution says that a man who
is a head of a faimily shall hAve so
- . much- property exempt from attach
ment, levy and sale. Tfhe Supreme
Court has decided that the homestead
-:is for the benefit of a mnan's wife and
family. Every lawyer will admit that
he who holds property as a trustee
cannot sell or mortgage the propert y
of his cestui que trust in this State
without his consent or an order of
court for the benefit of' another as a
trustee. Yet the Suprenge Court got.
around it. They say, "Oh, well; that's .
very true. J.e is a trustee for those
people, but the title is in him." That~
is true.: Yet th,ey say while ist is for
yone beneftt in this case the Constitsa
lion does not say that the title changes
that for the reason yoa cannot Fob the
mian of his right to dispose of it. Isn't
that splittipg hairs'. The man is given
exetmption for the benedt of otbers,
and yet.he is uliowed to destroy it in
any way he sees fit. Where does the
ben.efit come? Where is the wife and
ztinor child benefited? Where is the
pe:;son for whom you appropriate
three mills to educate benefited?
Gov. Evans was in. favor of the en
tire, property being subject to the.
homesead, and replied to Mr. Hlut
onsquestion implying such legisla
Yes, sir. I would bave this conven
tion to say that his property should
always be subject to his wife and chil
dren to homestead. Whenerer he may
show that be has *asted -his borne 1
would have the arm of the law to come|
in and say we will protect these people
and nurtuire patriotism in them, and
say to the creditors "htands off;'' this V
is for the yon citizens of South
Mr. Hfutson-That would be per-pe:
uating by feudal tenure.
Gom- Evans-No, sir; where does
the feudal sy stem come in there? It is
leaviog the homes in the hands of the
people. the landlords, not tenan ts.
Mr. Hutson--You would perpetuate 1%
a id ho!ding for all time.
JI the land? Doesu't she reserve the
ight to eminent domain? I would
)reserve it for the State's citizens to
:eep it out of the hands of the capi
.alists and millionaires who are com
ng to it now and converting our
zomes and farms into hunting pre
,erves. Look at Barnwell andEdLe
field and Aiken. Thousands and thou
ands of acres of land being sold for
mortgage; held by Scotehmten and
Mr. Rsgsdale-Do you mean to say
that the State owns the land?
Gov. Evans-Oh, you know what I
Mr. Ragsdale-No, I do not.
Gov. Evans-Then 1 am sorry for
you. What's the use of you lawyers
getting up here and trying to bamboo
zle the.people when you know.what I
Mr. Ragsdale-Has the State any
longer any title t' it?
Gov. Evans.-- She always reservet
her right of eminent domain. You
have to trace the title back to the State
or presume a grant.
Mr. Ragsdale-When you havt
shown that the State has parted witt
the title, how can yan state that tht
State is the owner?
Gov. Evans-I don't state That thi
State is the owner; I said that she re
served this right.
* * * *
You have said to that man that hi
did not hold the title, and yet you wis'
to destroy your purpose by sayinl
that while it's for the benefit of depen
dent persons that he has the right ti
use it as he :ees fit and their ri2h
amounts to nothing. Our Suprem
Court held "The right t. homestea:
depends upon two conditions. Ther
must be a head of a family and ther
must be a dwelli. g h-e where h
resides." Those c i,tirions must uI
tain before h - can a cure the right t
homestead. el.e o''jccr of h : (onst:
tution is to -ecrre t- c !.omne-tead t
Mr. Rag-dale--That is the o'd Cot
stitution on are quoting.
Gov. Evans-\ nen the old Cout'
tution wt- framed they gave that righ
and when the Constitution was amen<
ed those words were not material]
changed. The Supaeme Court has di
stroyed the intention of them in latc
After further further debate, M
Ragsdale's motion to indefinitely pos
pone was killed by a vote of 72 again:
66. Sa the homestead stands ver
much like it did before,.
means so much more than
you imagine-serious an
fatal diseases result from i
~trifling ailments neglected. d
. Don't play with Nature's i
*out of sorts, weak
- ~ neallye
and ecan't ork, J
begin at once tak- 1
ing the most relia
n ble strengthening
-ters. A few bot-J
Bittes te *US
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Lsver
Constipatlon, Bad Blood
MaIaria, Nervous ailments
det only the genuine-it has crossed red
lines on the wrapper. All others are sub.
wil send set of e tiful .orlmps.e
Fair Views and book-free.
BRoWN CHEMiCAL CO. BALTIMORE. MD.
EXCHANGE F E
ANI) SALE STABLES.
Just Arrived and f'or Sale,
Among them one Fine Saddle Horse
atd some Fine Mares snitable for rals
ng dtock. Will be sold cheap for
ah or on time for satisfactory paper.
Winnsboro, S. C.
11.3 GARNETT ST.,
ATL ANTA, GA..
etween Loyd and S. Pry'or Streets,.
i hin half' blo:ck of two at- Ymes
leading to Exposition.
TE RMS MO lgag
Uy the day, week,.or- monti.
IRS. E. R. TUR]WM
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher
and Children. It contains nei
other Narcotic substance. Il
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothit
It is Pleasant. Its guarante
Millions of Mothers. Castoria
feverishness. Castoria prev(
cures Diarrhea and Wind
teething troubles, cures co:
Castoria assimilates the foc
and bowels, giving healthy
toria is the Children's Panai
"Castoeia is an excellent medtcine for ebll
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
t good efct upon their children."
D. G. C. Osoooo,
*Casboria is the best remedy for children of
e whch I am sequainted. I hope the day is not
e far distant when mothers willcoOsidethe real
interest of their chldren, and us Casto'ia in
stead of thovariousquac)zaoskrumswhichare
destroying their loved oaes, by foreingepium,
p morphine, soothing yrap and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to prematare gravel."
Da. J.7. Kxcss oL,
Th e Centatr Company, 77 Mi
For Over Fifty Tears
Mus. WINSLOW'S SOOTINC SFhLi' 'it
L been used for over fifty yt-rs by mil:ms
it of mothers for their children while teeth
y ine, with perfect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, and is the best reniedy I
for Diarrhcea. It will relieve the poor it
tie sufferer immediately. Sold by Drug
zists in every part of the world. Fweity
five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
afrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," .nd
ake no other kind. 3-26tx1y
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria1
When Baby was siek, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child,sihe cried for CasterIs
W hen she became Mis, she clung to Castodia.
SWhen she had Children, she gavethemCastodn.
SChildren Cry for' Pitcher's Castoria,
Stil] on hand, another su.ppiy
WINTER TURF OATS,
I RED MAsY
ONION SF TS.
Save time, money and
doctors bills. Go where you please,
when y ou plcase, as fast as you
please. Find pleasure, health and
econo7v ty all in one.i
RZZ able" Bicycles are the acme of
mee anical perfection. Strong, du
IE. and reliable, with not an ounce
of useless material. The Rambler
* the wheel for record breakers and
'&r pleasure seekers.
Various models, all the same price
---Sioo--atalog tells all about them
--free, of course.
G ORMULLY & JEFFERY MFC. CO.,
WASHINGT'ON. D. C.
-i-2 offer at private sale a plantatio~n of
WTwo Ilundre~d and Fifty 5:0)
Acres, lying near' tbw redden'fce o Mr.
Tno. s. I30iglass eud Dr. "los. '.D-e
lass, >.nw ne.-upied I.- Mr. 'Vnm. B. I> me~
lass. lli"god iiwe@I'g anI or, r i* u hi
FOJS R ENT.
ir (FFER~ r renlt.,.cheS;p, for :iext year.
Sthe Dwelling Hlouse and premnises ofr
Hlenry N. Obear.
9 2ttf T. K.. EL LIOTTI, Agent
jCR~ SURVEYI , TE. RACING+r
J'Leveling, D rawing,Etc.,
-4.xy Wedwq rd, A (.
's prescription for jnC.:ts
ther Opium, MIorp1inc nor
is a harmless substituto
ig yrups, and Castor Oil.
e is thirty yers' use by
destroys Worms a:nd aliays
ntS vomiting Sour Curd,
Colic. Castoria, relieves
astipation and flatulenCY.
d, regulates thz stomach
and natural sl+:ep. Cas" .
ea-the M:other'. Friend.
" Castorla is so wel nd::pted to cbildren that
I recommend it as supericr to auy prescrnption
lmown to me."
H..&. AnE, 31. D.,
111 So..Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y
"Our physicians in the childret'S depart
meet have spoken higldy of their cper:
oce in their outside practic, with Castora,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what i; kny:n sa regular
products, yet we are free to.onfess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
Urrsn Itosprr,.. AyD DisrsARTY,
A.l C. Sarrn, Pres.,
rray Street, New Yor City.
STATE OF SO'T i;AROLi - L
t.oUNTY OF F am_IET..
ferstlant to poCr contai,?edil
deed of assignment excn C m't n:
U. G. Despertes on I
January, 1895, I w. A'
fore the Court I[u C d . hl
boro, on the nrt Mot nii\ . c.. ":
next, tbe followi, pr r, I o P.
1. "All that certain .:ec, or ot
land, lying, being an: -ituae in 1
t >wn of WiiinnsborO. .n the corner
Congress and College Streets runn
noth from. the co-rner of said stre
one hundred and thirty feet, more
les., thence east c.ne hundred n
tweut-s. icer, more or 10is, t.
southeastrly about oneC hundred a
forty. teet, mote or less, alongi
i of the C. C. & A. R. R., te
westward one hundredJ and eigi
feet, more or less, to the corner of
said Congress and College Stree
bounded on tbe north by lot of
Mt. Zion Society, on the east by C.
& A. Railroad track,. on the south
College . Street. and on the West
2. "All that cartain other pic
parcel or tract of land, sitQate in
.own of Winnsb>ro, .State of So
[Carolina aforesaid, beig lot "A"
SlingWofe and Sarah S. Wv]
made by James M. Stew~art on
9th of December, 1881., baing~
I rick store-house thereon."
3. "All that. certain other lot ot la
n the town of Winnsboro, County
State aforesaid, fronting on Congr
Str'eet, beginning at poiut on s;
Congress Street, at the southwest<
cornr -o o, :ormerly owned.
c.GDorner s, (and diescribed j
above) running s;outb along the S
C ongress Street, adsac fte
four feet and eight inches to an al
way, tben cornering and running c
iiftysix Icet and four inchzs, dI
cornering and r-unning, north a dista1
of twenty-four feet and eight incb
tten cornering an iinng wes1
Adistance of fifIsv-six feet and, f<
inches to the stirtinig point; said
c Cntaining one store-house there
ed bonided an the north by st
and lot known asl "The Ilub," and
. th e ea d south..by lots of Time
Harden, and on the west by- Congr
4 "All that certain lot of land
he town of Wiusborb, in the Coni
and State .aforesaid, contaiig T
Acres,more or less, and bounded
be north by Elliott St reef, on the e
by fib nds of coald on
souh.b lads f Slli A.Garmi
othe west by New 5tre, known
theeE. M. Garrison lot."
5. "All that ot lher c2r:a n lot of la
in the aid town o1 WEnnrboro, i.n
Co.utl an d S!a:ecafore-aid. c,n:t:um I
Treeand 9ne-hal!f A' re.,rmorC
l, and b>)tumk d *n the nor;n iy
:aa.dJot of J. E. .McDo i a'd on the e
by lands of II. L Elli' n 1 Alf:
Neoie on the s' n' h by Coll Ir' Stre
:ad lon the west byv lane o xr
Garrson and1 S. L. Garn ,n ,in
the . M. Garrison I1i."
6. "All tha.t certain other lot of Ia
in the town cf Winnsboro, in t
Coonty and State~ aforesaid, cont:uni
Lor Anes, more on less, bounded
:t-enorth by lot of Luejnda Thompo
ven the east by lot of Henry L. Elhe
ro tthe south by lands oir Henry
Galllard, and on the west by lands
2.--.All that piece, parcel or tract
ia, lying, being and situate .in I
Cooty and State aforesaid, on31
Tea'd Ferry road, known as the Smi
ple, containirg 1'4ve JIrndred a
Twentv-Seven Acres, nmora er k
boun~ded r i,m'I of ,Jamc' 1' .ir,J
theeest ac of .Johvn V4 ""I .)t"
8 S. ''.that pir'v pa "''.
an , la dtyin. be;e aind -0 U *i t.
Cnv of Fairfi-;d an d ase ai
mid ,c.)ntainil'g Eight HI umi( edl a
fory-cigt Acres, morecor less, kn,ov
as Jlrrison place, and bounded
t'h north by lands of .John C. o
Frrcis M. Gadsden and Mrs. K eh
on teeast by lands of John Snmpsi
and e Black estate, on the southl
lands of Mrs. S. F. DuBose andt
Wohmingt and eni the west1
Jamcs E.gieston and m:. . ' p .
!). "Al' thut certtai:l picce, par=:cei or
tract of land, lyig bcing and ,ituate
in the County and State afores id, con
taining Two IIul,dred and Ten Acres
more or less, bounded on the north by
lands of Adeline Fife., on the ea- ;b
ands of T. W. Rawls and the PeaV
Ferry road, on the south by tie M'
Dowell place. on the We.-t by} "A
Gen. John liratton, :nown1 as the ,+ :I
11.."All that eer-a"! pI, .ce "
or tract of land,:, bein . lri: n .: .-"
ate in the Cty otFair
State aforesaid, cout . n T " H n -
idred and Eiglty-two u r , m"re ,ot
icESC, and boUni.!'t on the ner h,
lands of .11. -N. 3_c1asw":, on m- en
oi o the south by lands 1 F E c Ir . :,,
on the west by iand of It N. , a
ter and F. Elder."
1:1. "All that piece, parcel rr r":ct
of 1:nd, lying; beit and sit1 : e in ih
County and State aiore=axu, ..nl
wat'rs of Litt c Watcree trea. con
taini:r To IIuml!,red at T 'we
A. es, bounded by la- o'f Pr
Rion and I. L. Eiiott, being pa: r t 1,
the lands formerly belonging to ). D
14. "All that ccrt_ n -pise, pa ce
:-1' :,laet of land, hing bI s'iii
ite in the County and St:e
containing Three llutidred awl i1"n -
thrcc Acres, more or less. on thie (:s er
side of the Rockey _Iount road, Z.td
bounded by lands of Mrs. \Wir, I
lands of Gen. John Bra'ton tuwi the
acgley lands, and by land: of :ir
. 15. "All th1at~ ccrt:dunpce :e
or tract of land,-lying, being ani
ate in the County of Fairilei a. t
Stile aforeraid, conainingi i -' jes
m?ore or lcs.:, inio In a, : .'..L
phl:cr'. I)',t idefd onl the north te C'
bs of W. ii1. oh'e:i 'th
s,:uT in Im forerlii ow%-.dj
1)r. T. . 1: r0m11r(i 1.d '. 1.
t !.e .:es - 1:1mnd former: - .
''.P. Uli:com:1. in ou t t
1te Ccdr ireek.
h)." . 1c e . + c.o:;t:.i:,
,and S x acre m(re_.
i. onl the nlorthl byv .. C
Ne^-,n, On the C:ib
er M. L. C. De1poites a:
t: Jno. W,. Sm'Jart, on the "'>n
o of Frank D.u, and on t
he l'ands of J1. 0. Doo", kn:o';:
'of Jas. Eglcston place."
or 19. "All that certain pice p C
nd tract of ian'dI yin, betig a ui
en in the C :utya State
Td contaiig'" O:ec indeeti o.
he or le=s, ami bom' e.i on he wir' 2'
ice lands 0 1 Mr i M _'i 02'. b
tv lands o& :rtin .iA I y
h~e Sara' MCutl.eO!h, on' th a" u.'.'
the by lands of W s;ic li&i u.n
C. tlie di haL place
by A LSO,
by 20. A 1i iLa? eciraini picc," p'ar1
tract of land, 1 ig, himi jlu~~
in the town ot lIdidgewA'
c, Co'amy and State "foe-:c C""
the ing Two Acre.- "'o:' or
jth bounded 0on 2 nerih by C1
0on Stree, oui. he ea-1 bv -'e' 2u ,o
the mrn~' Street. bei.:s !. -"u nit' e'' (
a vcred to Mat:ic' L.CI ate
ing date J1st Jan1uary, 163
d 'rEnMs o1- sAE
nd "One-third Cash, Ih bane: 2in::
. and twvo years, in two Cql':n :G
rn ecuired by a bomi! of the pmeni Clar
byand a mortgage ofth 11 remi'eC 1 old.
std Purchaser to p:iy for sensai'y
ey Nove-mber 11, 105 Aegn3
e. ASSIGNEE'S& SALE
)nr Y~ virtue of the~ power an:' auto
lot ~.L itv conferred upon me' by cr
m talu deedl of. assigumeniin i'xeeUtt a
re delivered to me by' Calvil i., :'
on survivor of Calvin Urice & Co., il:aa'.
hr the 12th day of Sep;tnber,. 18 I
s's will offer for sale before the Couri
House door in Winnsboro, on the fir-ai
Monday in December nex6, within the
in legal hours of sole, at public outei v,
t& the highest bidder, the fobowunm
o ecied tract or' par Oc li"w, to
ast ~All.that piece, parcei or a ac: ot :In
he near Woodward,- in -the -Ciu
Fairfield and State cof South 1:'=
S casinfingi Senty (in) Aecr:, mn:
or less, known as "'Car,>h"e Je'nki
and M1ori, Weav~er P-ia:e, ' u
by lands of 1" :er .J:n in 2
nd Jackson and otheriS
01' -All thi' 1 an
he J JY. 'rice in the u'1 1
cd h -is. mot er. the 1
'a'ds 'o' David 'i. ''k-'
o be pai Din cas ondya .e
baae upon i'le0it 'one'a
:egal ' in tn: w111 mret o
o0 beh pert l cnua r mun, pr: -
D bal~c anu'ly, toI 'e Irere b.I :h'
c aeof theaL 1 pr-I J ' o0'1'
b ud nc,iher '''.
. 0 N ' i' .
NOW READY. **
are nol ready to show our Fall and Winter good;.
:1 mo-t ecnmplete stock wt: have ever shown.
Go.iS is inagtuificent, comp ris n a fine line of colors,
e a:etan. Also the I:ect novelties in Mohair, Silk and
eie.a:t tule of 1iae G,o.:s. The prices are fully one
es in Siks tr Wai-ts, Si;ks for Trimming , Velvets, Jet Or
e;ec ver l:tt gc stock of all Domestic Goods, Satteens, Prints,
i; am*c:g, Lait:in Flantlel-, etc. All c ,tton gor 's are advancing,
Se erl iv:- you Lo-.v prices for We BOCGW1' EuLY, and BOCGHT LARGEL.
"ii 11.Iv Le e.ae -; F.anum Is. BlauliI-. , no: Underu ear, etc., you have
- u m0 .ce thlemtl and lou wil lie ronvi iced.
T. 1s " bee,t -i big r:'-r form.id to :-u: up :-he prices of leather and aboe!.
_m :,. and t) go: - v ' T :.e stoek, consequently we
:1 . . larT:. 1 1 V . L a (d at lowt"I [ ri. e-.
Our stuck is now ready for insp( ction. Miss Ketchin has been North and
m r ti. vUi he latest - yles. We have a large siock of the newest and *nost
-i able euodi. We offer you the best work and lowest prices.
V want our trade and know that we can make it to your interest to
ade with u-. We oirer ou the greatest variety to select from, poiite and
ta,pable a :tention and the lowest prices. Come and see us.
CALDWELL & RUFF.
Ask any STEARNS rider
hatc he th.inks of his
STEARNS riders are satisfied riders.
jointhe ranks at STEARNS enthus'iasts.
E C. STEARNS & CO.,
'Syracuse, N. Y.
W,. D. GAS H CO. -- -
Proate Sale. EXECUTOR'S SALE.
n( u CAiROLI.NA, STATE OE SouTa CAacO.IN.,
C :L:VILL:- - ~ WILL ofi'r for sale to) the highest
O(F PRO~BXTE. tJ idder, at X innsboro, S. C., before
~ Excutr -the Court House, between the legal -
e. a:Lxcto of hours on salesday of December, prox.,
- .du ned ai his., (being the 2nd day of said month) the
D eeand Leee rollowing tract of land, belonging to
- - . . .5-e . J. the estate of the la'e Mrs. Sarah E.
; D. Defndats- Center, situate. lying and bein'g in the
o .-, a -o mi 4 to Pay Debts-. Counrty and:S ate aforesai.d, .on watecs
panlei Qfu13y, .of' Doncas Creek, which divi les the
nsboro man-t ! louse, Fairfield whole tract of 809 Acres into) two
1n. . on aledtav in Decembner, nearly equal parts, as will be see-u by
1-.. 'ext, for the pag~neit of debts, the plats thereof ini the offee ot' the
fe fig (scibed real eatate be- Register of Mesne Conveyat.ces for
;o:.In tl o~ the) estate of L J. Gallo- said County.
:n Reeaaed, sitaate in said State Tract No. 1, hing~ north of 4id
(1 d Y;nn1 of Fairfield, to wit: .Creek-, containing 346 Acre;, muore or
.4h: tract or parcel of land. less, bounded o:' the nou th hiv land4
know as the "William Brice" traci, of Crights Dunglass, Hen,ry emith and
e mnt.i:ine Two Huudred and Sixty- A. F. Ruff, on the east by lands of
:h -e a I On:e-half Acres, more or Wmlf. itihc.ck, Mose Wooten and B.
-s .uded Oin t.he north by lands of Baney, and otn th -southwest by Bontas
sou bylands of JTohni Vinson; east Tract No. 2, containing 463 Acres,
by I lI of MIrs. W. J.- Lucas; west more er less, bounded north by said
b .~ .)blic road leading fromn Winns- Bonas Creek, eaist by lands of Thus.
c,: bs:er. .Wooten and Adam Brown, south by
T.-.: One-half cash, the balance lands of Hlaigood, west by lands of
na ritof twelve months, with in- Haigood, Dulap anid Aiston.
-r fo dn(ay of sale, the credit por 'Said ^trac's will be sold1 separately
:' n .o :e scured by bond of pair- on the follo.ving term;: One-third of
chi-e an. a m~or:gage of the premises; tbe purchase mnocey to be paid in gaeh,
er mer may have option of - pay- and the balance on a credit of one and
e G-h. Purchtser to pay for two years, payable in t wo equal annual
p . instalments, with interest from day of
R E. lILL, M -sale, payable annually, until the whole
Ja '-'' f Probate Abbeville Cotunty. -debt is paid, to be secured by the bond
I d. .i of the-purchaser and mortgage of the
* - -premises sold. If terms of sale are
Prb~ Sl.not immediately coimplied with said
Probte Sle-traot or tracts, as the pise may be, wil -
- be offei'ed for sate again on same day.
STf El OF SOUT H CAROLINA, Purchas6rs t> pay for papers.
r-ol3TLOF FAIRFIELD. WVM. WALL ACE,
- V ll~COUT ~ ROBTE. November 4,1895 Executor.
IN TlE OUR OF ROBTE. 11-6tdI
T.L Johinston. as Administrator of ____
t-- estt of'J. Adaline File, de- -
eee: vs.~ J. A. Fife, R. M. Fife,
W s tillie Swain and P'hebe Gib- Winn sboro
-tueC of a decretal order made
- : d li!cd in the office ofth
P 2o)te for the Cunt an -Drug~ - Store
e e ourt. 11onse door il Winns
: .-ONDAY IN DE~CEMBE-R________
puic autionl, between the _________
u . i o eac the following do
em - Cises, to; wit: Js rie
-ctnl piece", parcel or tract
-Il'ing, r-cng andi situate 10unpSe, ao ri
1-::y :nu S:te aforesaid, con-IB SS
T u !U\DRED ACRES,
* bounded* on thle north by
'V T W.ris and Charlotte iltAiceofalin.
: lnd of U. G. Des
T. W. R-avl anc:1 F A. Neil; -
a,--\I- us of I.~ G. D)esportes and
a ' rat .; w est by lands of Pit,Ol,Vrsh. -
T C b. Pucrchar to -
-, -~-f.I'oba B Jtst. i'Arriv tedMrt
-. p~=-..in ur and) Jars- andel Tubles.
-Y-~*T ilet Articlesurftael Kitos.
C- ~: ~ Paints,mOcils, Vinnest.s.
r--E La -1*L pl cdUinuan)
me iteded'securitis to inbr D g &oe
J.TIQ. AVI- --
.y i E. McDONA LD,s iD .
Winnbors, S.- C. Tl.uc wes ) Isi.1l.ok
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