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THE
NEWS AND 1IERALI
PUBL fHED TR- WEEKLY
-BY
f8 AND HERALD COMPANI
rE~la. IN( ADVANCE:
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S1X 'oaths. 2- . - 1.5
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Saturday, October 15, - 189s
TEZ Naval B)ard, which is tryinc
t make a !eport as to the positions o
the different warships daring the
naval battle at Santiago, seeks to
show that the "battle was fought and
won upon plans prepared by Rear
Admiral Sampson," and as the News
and Courier adds, "that Admira]
Schley had very little to do with the
fight." We agree fully with the News
and Courier that such a findinig wil
not be "accepted as at all satisfactory
by the majority of intelligent people in
this country."
ampon's friends should drop at
once any effert to minimize Schley's
part in this battle. 'Sampson made a
great blander when he sent that dis.
pa'ch about what '-the fleet under my
command" had accomplished, and now
if the Naval Board shall even seem to
take credit from Schley for Sampson's
benefit, maby intelligent people of the
country will suspect, and not without
reason, that there is a systematic
effort on' officialdom to give unde
served credit to Sampson, and confi
dence will not be placed in the report
of the Naval Board. Official reports
such as theirs should command the
confidence of the country. The News
and Courier speaks the right kind of
sentimentin saying: "We can very
well understand that officers of the
fleet are jealous of their own reputa.
tion, and it is an honorable thing that
they should desire to have full credit
for whatever work was done under
their immediate direction, but, how
ever honorable the ambition, we do
not think that it is exactly the thing to
attempt at this late day to detract t
from the splendid services of Admiral
&hley. In the official reports of the
battle we do not think it can be shown j
that he neglected to speak in proper i
terms of the services of the ships en- t
gaged with him in the battle. The I
temper of the findings of the Board as y
summarized in the telegraphic die- s
patches is not attractive."
The second clause of the findings isa
certainly not attractive. It is: "The a
directing of the movements of ships it
done by Schley during the battle was
inconsiderable." Suppose '"the di
recting [of the moverr~ents of ships" g
was "inconsiderable"? "The direct- F
ing" was enough to destroy the Span- C
*ish fleet without Schley's losing a til
single ship. P1
pe
THE FIRST REGIMENT ROW. b
The Mixed Conditin of Mafa--r an
or Anti-Tmman, Which. t
Geeille Mouflntaineer. t]
Lient. Wade H. Ligon, of Company tot
HI, First South Carolina Regiment, du
.has be~n at home for screral days. It gis
was Lient. Ligon who preferred the the
charge upon which the court martial Th
of Lient. Col. Tillmian has been or- tioj
-dered, and lie gives a damaging ac- wa
count of the whipping of the negro atti
boys. He states that h: did not favor Cns
bringing the matter before a masgis- coni
trate and this was done by Lient. Dun- gre
lap. Lient. Ligon went to wo:k at Col
once to formulate the charges for a
court martial of Col. Tillman and he
had the charges in shape before the by
magistrate gave his decision. Person- rest
ally he has no ill-will towards Col. The
Tiliman, but it was his conviction that ness
a court martial was advisab~le, and in rem~
this he was supported by other officers -igfl,
Within the last two days a move- Iinir
ment hasri -started to~iing-iibout a | this
withdrawax of the charge -ngainst Col 'uml
Tillman. Senator Tillut and Gov. and
Ellerbe are said to be woi e , in tha ness
direction. Lient. Ligon se..ed 3 ester- lami
day just before leaving foir Uolumobia tube
that he could not say what he would bea
do about the withdrawal, but he is niri
.Inclined to think that this would be an catr
admission of guilt on the part of other flame
officers against whom Col. Tillman has faces
threatened to make counter charges. We
Lient. Ligon expresses his confidence for at
that Col. Tillman can find nothing to catari
bring against him and he is therefore Hali'
not afraid to let the matter proceed, Jars;
but if bis friends among the officers rs
request it, the court martial proceed-, $Sold
ings may be stopped. Lient. Ligon
statedi that his actions would be gov
erned by the advice of the officers and*
not by the wishes of Senator Tillman I
and Gov. Ellerbe. W
'Lient. Ligdan states that all the evi W
deuce was not brought out at the mag. -aiy
istrate's hearing, and it can be shown tsl
that the whipping of the negroes was $ AG
most cruel. With the exceptiort of one itce to
sergeant, none but commissioned offi- ao
cers were put forward as witnesses, Siciness
while enlisted men and persona not Price sei
connected with the regiment at all, can weakn$
be produ'ced who will swear to the Vitality"
brutality of the whipping. streng
The talk among the returned soldiers drts
about the differences amon~g the .offi- FREE
cers is quite lively. Many of the en- Penetswt
listed men are very bitter against some uetic Ner
of the company commanders, and it is
stated by officers that this feeling was
largely fostered by Lient Col. TaIwlan
.who posed as the private's friend and
endeavored to impress upon the men
that their company officers were their
enemies. I: is said that the only offi.
ce in the regiment who stand by Col
Tillman are Lients. Grant and Brown, Thoro1
of Company C, from Anderson. 'gorees of
Lietnt. J. Walter Gray, Jr., of Comn- Mf. A.
pgy F, has established a reputation Esnecial
as a man who won't be run over and tion, and
this was strengthened by an incident Biology,
1thich happened just after the nmagis- rnages, a:
trate's trial. Lieut. Gray went up to Departm<
read his testimony befor e signing it rooms ir
and an enlisted man, who was known enade t-> I
to be a friend of Col. Tiliman, wished the Fo'cut
to hear the reading. Lient. Gr ay re- A ddresi
plied that it was his business and he
would not read it to the soldier, who 7-21
thereupon answered more forcibly tha
politely. Lieut. Gray let go an<
. knocked the soldier out of the door
The soldier reached for a large army
pistol which he was carrying, Lu
Lieut. Gray got the drop on him an<
ordered him off
The Greenville officrs are figaring
quite prominently In the Tillman affair
but the Greenville privites have alsc
been heard fro:n. It was Private'Lane
of Company H, who started4he peti
lion to be mustered out. Th'officers
D think Senator Tiliman secured the
mustering out of the regiment, as he
D telegraphed Private Lane to that effect
before .Col. Tillman reached Washing.
ton, bat Col. Tillman has been put for
ward as Lhe man who did it all and
most of the privates look at it- that
way.
SOMETHING OF A TWO-FOLD INTE
REST.
Baptist Courer.
Recently I was looking over a pile
of old papers that had been thrown
aside for a number of years. Among
them I found a letter, witbout its
envelope, written 'o Dr. S. W. Book
hart, of Fairfleld, by a young man
who is now one of our foreign mis
sionaries. The young man was a
nephew of cDr. B. The letter is not
without historical value, bat its chief
interest is in the clear-cut exhibition
of a genuine, old-time call to the gos
pel ministry, and was, no doubt, the
first time he had ever opened his heart
to any one on the subject, and was
evidently designed for no eye save
that of his uncle.
How it came in my possession is not
now so clear, but as I was on the com
mittee of ministers appointed to ex
amine the young brother in reference
to his call to the ministry, prior to his
entering Farman University, I have
no doubt but Dr. Bookhart handed or
sent It to me to ',e read before the
committee of ministers, which was
doubtless done. I give the letter of
our dear Bro. Entziminger, which is
an honor to his bead and heart:
At Home, September 23, 1883.
Dr. S. W. Bookhart, Blythewood, S. C.
Dear Uncle-For several years the
ineioation to preach the gospel of
Christ Jesus has permeated my mind
and heart. Thinking perhaps that I
might delude or deceive myself I gave
the matter not a passing thought,
seeking avocations of a differentj
nature. My mind centers on nothing'
but the one important command, "Go
preach the gospel." I feel that God
has called me into his service, and
now I am ready to consecrate myself, '
both soul and body, and answer.
"Here Lord, am I." Being a matter
)f such a delicate nature and one of
inch deep moment I have refrained to
peak to you before, waiting to
horoughly satisfy myself in regard to
matter which is either "a savor of
[fe unto life or of death unto death." tt
ask the prayers of yourself and 's
amily, as the,*,feel very near and V
ear to me. I desire you to present F
he matter before the Association. (
a order to teach Christ I must be
tught Christ. Hoping to meet with .h
our favor and approbation, I am,w
ncerely yours,
Idwin Entzminger.'' c
P. S.-Do not think I have made b
iy hasty decision in regard to this of
-eat matter (italics his) as it has been ru
i my head for years. "E. E." a
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igh courses leading to the d~e gage oft
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A. P. MONTAGUE,
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ToM
WE ARE ASSERTING IN
TIHE EXCLUSIVE USE OF'
"PITCHER'S CASTORIA,;
I, DR. SAMUEL PITCHE
was the originacitor of "(
has borne and does now be
the fac-simile signature o
This is the original "C A.ST
the homes of the Mothers of
LOOK CAREFULLY at
the kind you have aluiays bout
and has the signature
per. No one has authority
The Centaur Company, of whi
March 24, 1898.
Do Not .
Do not endanger the lif6
a cheap substitute which c
(because he makes a few
gredients of which *ven
"The Kind You HE
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7Wr CSNTA UR COMPANY. 77 MW
CLERK'S SALE.
STA TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
aaura McCants vs. Susan Hamilton,
Oscar Hamilton, Joseph Hamilton,
John Hamilton, Frances Hamilton,
Sadie (er Sarah) lamilhon and A.
Seldon Kennedy, as Executor of the
Wi I of J. P. Kennedy, deceased.
N pursuance ..of an order of the
Court of Common Pleas, made in
ie above stated case, I will offer for
le, before the Court House door in
'innsboro, S. C., on the
[RST MONDAY IN NOVEdBER
xt. wibin the legal hours of sale, at
tblic outcry, to the highest bidder,
e following described property, to
it:
All that piece, parcel or tract of land,
rnering near the Charlotte, Colum
i and Augusta Railroad, in the town
Winnsboro, on Liberty street, and
uning fram said corner on said street
out two hundred and fifty feet to
an street, and running from Liberty
eet on Zion street one hundred .feet
ak from Liberty, on the railroadfth-e
ne distance, that is one hundred I
t; said land being bounded as fol- I
:On the south by Liberty street; (
the west by the Charlotte, Columbia s
I Augusta Railroad; on the north I
lands of T. B. Madden, andi on the C
t by Zion street.
TERMs OF sALE.
)ne-half the purchase-money to be b
i in cash, for the balance a credit of ti
year from the' day of sale, with t1
~rest on said balance from the day d
:ale at seven per centum per an. et
2, and to be secured by the bond or t
da of the purchasc1- or purchasers, te
a mortgage or mortgsges of the p1
nises sold; orall of the purchase- PI
tey to be paid in cash at the option of
he purchaser or purchasers. The Pt
~haser or pui-chasers to pay for all co
ssary papers.pt
E. H. JENNINGS, 10
:t. 18th, '1898. C. C. P. F. C. an
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sal
C AE RK'S S AL E. of
ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
*COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
)URNbF COMMON PLEA S
J. .Pagett, as Admuinistratrix of
Estate of John N. Pagett, .de
sed, The Carolina National Bank
Columbia and Columbia Pbos
to Company vs. William H. (
ott, Mary C. Pagett, Susan C. Mai
'ett, John T. Pagett, Elizabeth C. Je
ett, Robert H. Pagett, :Mildred of
~agett, W alton Pi Pagett, Nancy ce
ett and Susan R. Pagett. N
tu R. Pagett vs. William H.th
3tt, Mary C. Pagett, Susan C. sale
~tt, John T. Pagett, Elizabeth C. sale
~tt, Robt. H. Pagett, Walton P.Wn
it, Mildred E. Pagett/ Nancy FIR
tt, The Carolina .National Bank next.
Laura J. Pvgett, as Administra- publi
f the Estate of all and singular the
rights and credits, goods and wit:
els of John N. Pagett, deceased. (1)
Lrsuance of an order of the lan'd
urt of Common Pleas, made in Thirt
ve stated case, I will offer for there<
fore the Court House door in surve
oro, S. C., on the . . port
MONDAY IN NOVEMBER ition
iithin the legal hours of sale, .the
c outcry, to the highest bidder, .ttrac
owing described property, to Plaimt
,ht tract, piece and pace 2)an
nate, lying and being in tle. (12i1)
of Fairfie!d, in the State of -plaint
arohina, about nine 'miles from Pla'ce,
>ro, containing ~ '.Feast e
HUNDRED AND SEVEN
tore or less, adjoining lands .of on'e.
-no, Baylis E. Elkin, John B. be pait
rhomas F. Broom and others." mediat
TERMS OF sA LE. :.ding, -
urth cash and the balance in ~one ani
three and four y cars, with of 'he
rom day of sale, and secured- by hon<
of the purchaser and- mort- of the
is premises sold, buildiers to from di
I and policy assigned:. Par- niot ira
have option to pay more than Uletk1
or all cash if he so desires, ' ris :of
y for all necessary papers. to pay:
R. II. JENNINGS,
b, 1898. C. C. P. F. C. - Ot.
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see ns t aesore rdeq
i LET TER
)THERS.
TE' COt*.TS OUR~ 1'IGHT TO
THE'WORD I CASTORIA," f'ID
IS- OUR 1.0I .uRV.
of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
)AST O R? I i,' the same -that
on every
zurapper.
0 RI A" whiciihas been used in
America for over thirty years.
the wrapper and -see that it is
7ht *9,........ on the
of c~~wrap
froin me to -use. my name except
.h Chas. f. Eletcher is President.
ie Deceived
of your child by accepting
;ome draiggist may offer you
more pennies on it), the in.
e does. not know.
Wye Al~Wa B0
SIGNATURE-OF
llaving..
(ever Failed You.
RMAY STRE'T. N=W VOga . CM.
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COU=TY 9, F.RF=IELD.
COURT OFMLMON PLEAS.
The Winnsboro National Bank of
Winnsboro, S. C., vs. David A.
Crawford aW Daniel Hall.
IN pursuance of an order of the
Court of Common Pleas, made in
.the above.stale case, I will offer for
sale, before the-Vort House door in
Winnsboro, S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, within the legal hours of ile, at
public odtcry,to the highest bidder, j
the following described property to
wit:
All that pe rcel or lot of land
lyig, being a situated in the town
of Winnsbo the County of Fair
ield and Sta.i of South Carolina,
eing part or parts of lots known In
.he plan of said town as Jots numbered
me hundred and thirty-three, and
eventy-onellytbg west-of the railroad
rack, containing~ about One-ilf or
s'ive-eights of an Acre, more .or less, S
>n Congress.Street~of said town,' and
dhiddnthagorth. by lot uow.or
armerigwned~by1W. G. Roche; ion
be east by track -of the Chai-lotte, l
~olumbia and Augusta Railroad;
~rh bydots of J. P. Matthews aid
Ira. Ellen Osthcart, and west i~y
ongress Street.J
TERIMS.OF SALE.
One-half of the purchase money to ti
a paid in-cash on the day of sale, and s5
ie balance ~thei-eof on a credit of
relve mnorfths~ with interest from the E
iy of sale .at .the~ rate of eight per ne
nt pet sunnm,payable annually until pr
e debt and interest -be-p aids in full, thb
be secured by the bond of the Wi
irch~r, and a mzortgage of~ the
emise.J .da d also byaun insurance lar
- the buildings thereon by the
rchaser for a sufficient amount to
rer sndh- ;credit portion of the -u(
rebase money, payable in caee of Ca
a to tbe mortgagee or his assigns; fr
1 the purchaser also to pay for all
messary papers and for reccrding ~err
d mortgage,.or all cash at the option by
the purchaser. a b
R. H. JENNINGS-, z
)etober 13th, 1898. C. C. P. F. C.
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CLFE'8 SALE. . gag
* opti
'ATE OF2SOUTH CAROLINA, chai
COUNTY OF FAIRFIFED.
'OURT OF COM!MON PLEAS. 0
y M. Taylor and Carrie Gibson vs.
if D. Boulware, as Administrator
the Estate of.Edward. Taylor, de
aseed, Edward M. Tailor et ala.
pursuance of an order of the 8'
Dourt of Common Pleas, made in
above s, ted case, I will offer for
before ~de Court flouse door in A~ lie
isboro, S.C, on the -* ito
IT MONDAY IN NOVEMBER..8
wfin' legal hours of sale, at
.c otery to the highest bidder, Hat
:ollowin. described property, to Em
All that tract, piece origardel of RU)
contaimiu Two Hundred anid
sen'4 s 3 fagho'wf by'sa plaf -JN p
>f mnadby T. M. Boniware; stata
vor, and.,returned- with the Re- Court
of the Gommissioners is Par- on t" e
;beings the balance of th'e tract FIR
d described in the complaint as a
3ome Place," afier assigning the sublic
of .onee~hundred acres to the llow,
if, Marj M. Taylor, aforesaid. All tl
Also the.tract. of One Hundred 1 . n. l
L'wenty-.one and Three-fourths aSirfie
Acra described in the .comn. ining
.,and. ow) as the ."River ONE I
boun~e by lands of Lawrence
e ad-by Broad River. -. more o
TERMS OE SALE. Tent
th~r'r the pn'rchase-money to Owned1
[in casb on the 'day of sale, i n. Of' the 1
ely: after ' the close of the bid- lands of
mnd 'tle balance on a credit of and oes
t'IWd years. Theocredit portion beingtt
purelisse-money 10o be secured Thomas
I ofr petrc' acer and a mor'tgage his deatl
prem:I~M sold,' 'with interest
y of rule. If ternis of sale are One-he
miediately compllied with, the paid ini
ball himediately resell at the bidder t:
former purchaser. Purchaser dollars,..
or all necessa pers .the Cleri
R. HI. JENNINGS,. his bid;
.h~ 1898. C. C. PF.C money o
the pure
~premises
Y INCOME. -AT HOME: theid od
$seake$25;per. Week- and the p
f.. l:Stai-ytuan the Mail pap.rs.
es:day. pr ning. No
-~t Young, 33Henry St., Ost. 13,
a.1,-1--t i
ATATE OP SOtTH CAROLINA
Cot6Ty OF FAIRit.b.
COURT OF COMMON PIAS.
John X. Boyd, Maggie Cofley, Jgge
C. Boyd, Mary E. Boyd, James W
Boyd and Nathan D. Roberts vs.
Carrie E. Roberts, Jesse C. Roberts
Preston B. Roberts, Mattie F. Rob
erts, Mary F. Roberts and Lula L
Roberts.
N pursuance of am 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,ait
public outcry, to the highest bidder
the following described property to
wit:*
(1) "All that piece, parcel or tract
of land lying, being and situate in
Fairfield County and State of South
Carolina, known as the Home Place,
containing Two Hundred and Eightj
Acres, more or less, and bounded on
the north by the estate of True; on
the east by lands belonging to the
Winnsboro Granite Quarry; on the
south by lands of U. G. DesPortes
and F. Clark; on the West by estate of
Wm. Boyd."
(2) "All that piece, parcel or tract
of land situate in the County and State
aforesaid, containing One Hundred
-and Mfty-dve Acres, more or less,
known as the Andrews Place, and
bounded on the north by land. of J. B.
Steele; on the east by estate of Wm.
Boyd; on the sonth by lands of U. G.
DesPortes and James Moore; on the
west by lands of S,. L. Crawford and
the estate of Wm. Boyd."
(3) "Also all that piece, parcel or
tract of land situate in Fairdeld Coun
ty and State afoiesaid, containing
Fifty-nine and Three-fourth Acres.
more or less, and bounded on the north
by lands of J. B. Steele; and on the
east by estate of Wm. Boyd; on the
south by lands of S. L Crawford; on
the west by lands of J. A. Hagoed."
(4) "Also all that piece, parcel or
tract of land- lying and situate in the
County and State aforesaid, containing
Two Hundred and Eighty-sli. Acres,
more or less, and known as the Mary
Boyd tract, bounded on the north by
lands of W. D. Park; on the east by
lands of N. D. Roberts and S. C. Car
man; on the south by lands of the
estate of Wm. Boyd and . Byrd; on
the yest by lands of L Byrd and
W. D. Park."
(5) "Also all that piece, parcel or
tract of lad situate in the County and
State i aforesaid, containing Eighty. J
three Acres, more or less, and known
s the'Church tract, and bounded on ,
the north by lands of S. C. Carman p
Lnd C. H. Scruggs; on the east by a
lands of J. B. Steele; one the south by a
andq of J. A. Hagood and estate of u
Wm. Boyd; on the west by lands of L a
Syrd." t
TERMs OF SALE. C
"The above described tracts of land a
o be sold separately, and for cash- a
'he purchaser et purchasers to pay a~
or all necessary papers."
R. H. JENNINGS,
Oct. 13th, 1898. C. C. P. F.'C.
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CLERK'S SALE. 5a
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, be
COUNTY OF FAIEFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. e
sue Owens vs. Fdward Hughes as
Administrator of the estate et Sarah
Ann Elizabeth Frances Hughes, de
ceased, and in his own right.
N pursuance of an order of the
Court of Common Pleas, made in
e above stated case, I will offer for
le, before the Court House door in
mnaboro, S. C.. on the
TEUST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
xt, within the legal hours of sale, at _
bbic outcry, to the highest bidder,
a following described property to _
&ll that piece, parcel or tract of
id containing r
ONE HUNDRED ACRES,
re or less, situate, lying and being g
Fairfield .County' and State of South La.
rolina, about two or three miles
in Campbell'. crossing ot the South
Railroad (formerly tbe C. C. k A.
RI.) and bounded now or formerly.
lands of Johnston, McCabe, paten, v
eman and perhaps others. *
TERMS OF SALE. "U,
ne-half the purchase money b>be L
a n cash, and the remainder in one
r, to be secured by bond and mort- Ar.I
e of the premise., or all cash at the
on of the purchaser. The pur
er to pay for all necessary papers. A-R
E. H. JENNINGS, ia.
etober 18th, 1898. C. C. P. F. C. -
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CL ERK'S SALE.
[ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, "P
couNTY 0F PAIBFIELD.
OURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
teher Buff vs. Le Howell, Phill
well. James Howell, D. A. Howel Lv. D
E. Howell, .Thomas Howell, Lottie
nes, Polly Blizard, Jessie ales John
ar'Wooten, Mamle *ts
tle Striekiand, Churtes Strickland Lv. Gr
na Striekland, LUlts. Strickland, " h
weStricd. rliStrickland,.
F. Mart n.
arsuance of an order of~ the Court a" c
Cowmon Pleas, made in the above " -
case, I will offer ?or siale,. before the * Gra
House aoor in 'Winnsboro, S. C., &
ST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER ..
within the legal hours of sale, at LY.- 'l
outery to the highest bidder. 'the L.ua
latuertain trac or paceof land .
emng and situate in te Cunty of
d and State of South Carolina, eon
UNDRED AND TWENT T-NINE ~~
AND 3-10 ACR ES, -mlatted,
r less. including a small tract cf ad
-two and 3-10 Acres, and bounded Tsmr.'
north by Iamds now or formerly sali'
>y Charnell Bomey; east by las Plinia
lidow Boney and Broom; south by and
the Widow Nelson and Broom Pifna
t by lands now or formerly owned tia s
Neely and the Widow Brodmn; andi
e tract of land that belonged to.
Howell, deceased, at the time of
Paumana
TanMs OF SALE. .wee Ja.
tif of the purehiase-money tob
mash on the day or sale, and the UOnymeSz
deposit th -sum of twenty fi e
it the close of the bidding, with m'J3~jv
of this Court, Is an earnest of W. A. Tui
nd the balance of said purchase- m.P.A..
a a credit of one year from said ..
Is. to be secured by the band of .
baser ard a n'ortgage of the
sol~d. with interest thereon from Saves ia
of sale, to be likewise secured by proved ta
and mzortgage of the purchaser,.prn
urchaser to pay for all necessaary nI~ Ml
Rt. HI. JENNLNGS, liver, tone
108. ,C. C. P. F.C. Quirdine.
Druggists
OL2tE'S SALE,
STATE OPSOTHE CAROLINA,
C 'TR OF FitRIRtLD,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Thomas E. Elliott and Thomas H. Ketch
in idividualand as Trustee for him
el, Thomas K.lott and John Vin
son Ts. John Vinson and W. F. Hall,
Jr., as Administrator of the Estate of
William D. Vinson, deceased.
INP"sauce 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 Winmsboro, S. C., on
the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
nere, 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 planta.
tion of land lying, being and situata in
the County of Fairfield ani State of South
Carolina, containing
EIGHT HUNDRED AND NINETY
FOUR (894) AURiS,
more or less. lyiti on Shih ley's Branch,
waters iof Little River, an - I-onnded by
lands of Denul Cason, lands now or form
erly owned by Mary Jane Lucas, L. J.
Galloway, R. U. Simonton, by lands of the
Toatley Brothers, Jane Herron, Sampson
Bugs, and by lands formerly known aq
the Dools Place-said tract ot land being
commonly known as the "John Vinso i
Place."
TERz o SALE.
One-third of the purchase-ircney ta be
paid in cash on the day of sale, and the
balance in two equal annual instalments
from said day or sale, with interest there
on from said day of sale, to be secured by
the bond of the purchaser or purchasers,
and a mortgage of the premises sold, with
the 7privilege tosthe purchaser to pay the
whole of the bid in cash; and the pur
chaser, as an earnest of his bid, shall de
posit with the said Clerk at the clese of
the bidding the sum of fifty dollars; the
purchaser to pay for all aeoessayaners.
R. H. JENN I , '
Oct. 13, 1898. C C. P. F. C.
10-13td
- CLEE'S SALE.
6TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Fames H. True, Henry G. True and Julia
ligon vs. argret D. Cockrell, William
W. True, Samuel E. True. Lula A. Car
ter, Leonidas B. True, Cora E. True
and Gusta mus A. True.
N prsuance of an order of the Court of
Common Pleas, made in the above
tAted case, I will offer for sale before the
burt House door in Wiunsboro, S. C., on
he
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
ext, within, the legal hours of sale, at
ublic outcry, to the highest bidder, the
Dilowieg described property, to wit: fo
All that certain piece. parcel or tract of sp
aid Ing, being and situate in the Coun- sa
F of rield and Stateof South Carolina, c
mtaining O
ONE HUNDRED AND EiGHT ACRES, 18"
to-e or less in Township Nos. 9 and 10,
ad bounded bylandsof A. J. Brown and
le estate of Goodwin Steele, lands or
, H- SeM or his wife. Mary Serug
id of the estate ofa Samueg.,
rue, David Crawford and Wiltia-n Boy d, A
id being commoyknwaste"h -
True lanlds." a te Thm
TEEXO OP SALE.
One-half of the purchase-money to be
tid in cash on the day of sale and the
lance on a credit of one year from said
y of sale, with interest thereon from
id day of sale at the rate of eight per I
otum per annum, to be secured by the pay
ad of the purchaser or purchasers and a t
irtgage of the premie sold; the pnr
Iser to pay foral ce ry ,.
R. H. .ENN GS,
)ct. 13, 1898- C. C. P. F. C.
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Effecive July 6, 1838.
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s*n~ ew rice between
S ls orm geas t~ June
'Sleeping ars between Char.lotte A LS
here in time f r breakfast '
an, Ast eor. cars, betn-een
ad 36-U. S. Past Mail. Through an
11 nd eirg e.~ 2 cases
'cars bet' een Augusta and Ghar- hamns in t
4oii. en rout. da~y betwee.n casbtenJc- 200 lbs
GANN~ l.t. vilae. 200 lbs
P. A Ge.n. Mg,. T. M. Wa~sn-' 100 lbs.
Waig~ .P . tat, 2 barrel
.00k t A Stitch in Tie fin-- AGrocin
e Huahes' Tonic (ne-v im Sugar. A;
sate-pleasant), taken in early Caill and
I fall prevents Chil;a, Deniue I think you
'il Fevers. Acts on the tage.
i up the sysitem. Bett er than
Guaranteed, try it. At
50c. and $1.00 bottles. *. * ,9.
LIMITED
time we are prepared to
offer
BARGAINS
-In
COLUMBIA
-and
HARTFORD
BICYCLES.
These Wheels are in
No. I Condition
,ud ate offered at reduced
prices, being shop worn.
[ORDAN & DAVIS
2-19 AGENTS.
MULES.
PERSONS INDEBTED TO Mg
r any of the above stock since last
ring and g g their notes for same
d notes fallinge due -on the first of
tober and the first of November,.
?8, Will prepare to meet-the same, as
)Mpt payment will be required.
COWS and CALVES.
still have a 'few on hand. I will
the highest cash price for .oor
le it healthy and young.
. WIJLLIFORD
Winnsboro, S 0.
-CALL ON
M. CHANDLER
re just received the
last barrel of
~T WAS CAPTURED
e last bart te on the 6th of
by Simpson's fleet.
SA BARREL OF BEST
). MOLASSES
di othcr lower grades.
Cudahys Hame, the best J
Bone ess Hams.
English Breakfast Strir,.
BCoona ausage.
Mackerel.
fresh Canned Goods an.d
les. A lot of fine Teas an;d
so the finiest Arica Coffee
see me before y~ou purci::z-e.
Will find it 'o your advan,

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