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NEWS AND HERAL]
PUP.LISHED TRI- WEEKLY
--BY
.iBWS AND HERALE COMPAN
TERMS. IN ADVANCE:
Oae Year, - - 83.C
Six 11onths. "- -
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Tuesday, November 1. - 1891
WHY THE PASSENGER DEPOT SHOULI
NOT BE MOVED.
"I shall frame this petition as The
most unique thing of the kind I have
ever seen during my experience as a
railway manager. It is th, first time
I have ever known a community to
petition against the erection of a hand
some passeDger depot at their place."
This, Mr. Editor, is reported to have
been remarked by Ma Welles, superin
tendent of the Southeru Railway,
when he received the petition against
the new depot in Winnsboro. The
writer sympathises with Mr. Welles in
his surprise, for Mr. Welle3 does not
know what a conservative old com.
munity we are, and how ave!se we
are to any c' -nge in the line of prog.
rems. Had Mr. Welles known as 'xtter,
as we should like him to do, he would
not have been surprised at the peti
tion. There are home folks here who
have -worn themselves out trying to
saddle new ideas of progreas-new
railroads and consequently new depots,
and o1lier things on this staid old com
munity with the result only of being
called cranks. Mr. Welles did not
know, perhaps, that that rer. petition
was signed by a majority of our lead- c
ing business men, representatives of e
the conservatism of this old town It
was natural that Mr. Welles should not
understand the petition. He does not
know us. He does .not know that we G
like to see the old pain less red bricks -
L
that we like to sit in the fireless, deso
late old "Waiting room for ladies"; C
that we like to climb over half a dozen
drammer's trunks to get to the fi
"window next the wall" to Duy our
tickets; that we, "leading business i
men," like to have the depot where it
i3 so we can meet all the trains and
if a train is late, can loaf and gossip
adtil it comes. Yes, Mr. Welles, poor
man, did not know when we put our
ladies on the train we liked to drag
them through a crowd of loafing
negroes and '"leading business men" -wc
not t) mention half a dozen hotel
porters; and running the guantlet of sat
drummer's trunks being pitched out
on the narrow way bet ween the fence grc
and the train. No, Mr. Welles having 2
never passed through this excitement inc
cannrot understand how and why we of:
like it. There are other surroundings, 3
which cannot be mentioned here, of fion
which we are sure.Mr-Wmage - cia]
rant else he would understand w y --
the "leading business men" are op- '"A
posed to a change-. 3
Through yeur columns, Mr. Editor, 100
the writer wishes to inform Mr. Welles Si
that even if he does remove the pas- jew
senger station he cannot touch the disc
postoffice. To move this requires the 39
Censent of .a large majority of the 40
"leading business men" of the corn- 41
munity andi we are sure this cannot be cand
obtained. Should the postoffice and 42
station be separated Mr. Welles .will 43.
have to set up a crane and catcher so Man
that the mail pouches may be taken on stars
-and off as the train passes avoiding 44
any delay in the distribution of the rock
mail by having to br ing it up from 45.
the new depot. simn:
We would also ca:] Mr. Welles' at- 46.
tention to the number of ladies' names 47.
on the new depot petition. We dq quois
not recognize the right of ladies to All 11
express a preference in this matter. 48.
They tiay hope to escape the unicom- bomb
fortable waiting room and the drag- 48.
ging process ot getting them off and ship
on the train, but we, the "leading Brook
business men", propose to resist this Maine
effort to break up our going to meet 50.
the train regardless of their wishes or duced
convenience. 100 i
_______Quo Vadi5. 51.
bat tle
BUCK LICK ITL ;:-. Spani!
. Te hghwaters recently on the to the
river and creek did considerable tioni o
age to the crops. planted in the half, hi
ati
*The farmers are busy gathering be hek
tei( cotton, but the low prices give over.
Jiem no encouragement to plant heavy Cor
crp fit next year. One of our Te
*farmnerc has decided not to plant a* portrai
hillof it. tary ai
Mr. N. A. Peay has been very un-j war an<
vell for some time, but we are glad
o learn that he is now improving.
DFeam, in going ont from Nidge. The U
'wyosee him last week, came near 3nss
2higa serious time of it in the CFeverl8
beteen Messrs. B. F. Cassels' tions s
'8. The creek was up, and pay reqL
atmedto cross an nperfect
so lost his medicine case and ed. Prc<
e 1mupleasant time of it all
Bray returned to hier
s-ago from Hopkins
ihe~e~ been for the past ten'E
wees io ek sister. Essily,Qi
are is at home now IA pN
-ones. H e has Vee to Cr<
lorida, for several 'rvous Del
fomhis appearance i ig m
agreed very much with ?rice sOc. an
M. C. P. Fdojucc
- ~vitalier
strength wit
Fifty Years. ~ and effect a
'SSOOTHING SYRUP' FREE-A
- or over fifty years by erIets wi! s
for their Children nei-em
with perfect success.
1,softens the gums,
wind coic, and isF
larrhwa. It will
esufferer ime- -
ggits in every ONE 8x
wenty-five cents ENGINEOc
dask for "Mrs For terms,
rup," and take A. 8. A
5-26txly -. 8tf, A
PROGRAMLME OF GRAND FIREWORI
DXSPLAY
On the Occasion of the State Fair at C
Iumbia.
1. Salute of 2 Aerial Gans, fire
fromn 15-inca Mortars.
2. Illumination of the grounds wit
powerful colored lights, chsnging colo
fivr time s.
3. Ascent of two balloons, carikyin
mgnesinm lights, flooding the entir
0 neighborhood with dazzling light, fin
0 isbing with a string or jewels 100 fee
long, constantly changing color as thel
float throngh space, and other pleasing
fireworks.
4. Display of 50 one and twc-pound
rackets, containing Paine's famous
Manhattan Beach combinations, and
fired so as to bed the continusd varied
tints.
5. Flying pigeons of fire, crossing
and recrossing the srounds.
6. Two batteries of large saucissons.
7. Salvoe of five fifteen-inch bombs,
with latest novelties and effects.
8. Flight of 3 rockets, containing
twin parachutes.
9. 6 Ravonet Tourbillons or um
brellas of fire, in ascent and descent.
10. The Star Spangled Banner in fire.
11. 2 large mines of serpents of fire.
12. Salvoe of 6 fifteen-inch shells,
coulenr de rose, ametbysts and rubies.
pearls and sapphires, old gold, cerise'
etc.
13. Ascent of 3 four-pound hanging
chain rockets, first introduced into
pyretechny by Paine.
14. Exhibition of 2 batteries of var
ogated sturts.
15. Alladin's jewelled tree of fire.
16. 2 large devilamong-the-tailors,
one of the most amusing pieces in
pyrotechny.
17. Salvoe of 21-inch shells, contain
ing all the latest effects, invented by
Paine for the 1898 season at Manhattatn
Beach.
18. Ascent of three-pound Paine's
:hromatic star rockits, tho most ad
nired of all recent novelties in fire
works.
19. Ascent of three-pound rockets,
he pleiades or 7 floating stars.
20. Ascent of tbree.potnnd rockets,
pal showers, laburnam blossoms, and
vening stars. n
21. Aerial novelty, salvoe of 9 re
aating shells, opening red, changing
) white, finisbinq blue.
22. Fire portraits of Ad miral Dewey,
eneral Eutler, Lieutenant Hobson,,
dmiral Schle'P, General Wheelerj
ientenant Virtor Blue, etc.
23. Explosion of two immense
acker mines.
23. Salvoe of 24-inch bombs, liquid
-e, comelic rain, Alladin's iewels,etc.
25. Disp;ay of Paine's aerial novel
26 The hanging gardens.
27. The Great Bear.
28. Peacock's plumes.
29. National streamer.
3O. Magnesium Star.
31. Electric star.
~2. Design in fire-peace with honor,
n by Amcriean valor. .
3. Batteries of two large colored
cissons.
4. Briliant illumination of the
unds with ruby compound.
5. Salvoe of Paine's celebratod 24
b bombs, Indian jugg~olery, essence
moonlight, etc. 3
S. Flight of 6-pound rockets, with
ting festoons of fire. Paine's ape
feet long. -
.The golden cloud studdied with:=
sls produced by the simnitaneous
harge of 9-inch shells.
.Battery of Itaian streamers.
.Battery of electric spreader stars. .
.Battery of Paine's chromatic
lies.
.Battery os gold showers. Inldi
Salvoe of 24-inch soeils, Paide's N
hattan Beach bombs, shooting
,cornucopias, etc.
Ascent of 8-pound congreve
est, With comnetic stars.
The starry flag, produced by
tancous discharge of 9 bombs.
Ascent of priematic whirwinds.
Quintuple repeating bombs, tur
e, emerals, amethysts, pearls, etc.
598 novelties.
Mother of thonsandls. The 1898Do
M~aria Teresa and the U. S. S. ]
lyn; the blowing up of the.
; the sinking of th e Merrimac.
Magnificant aerial bouquet pro
by simultaneous discharge of
ge calored rockets.
The famous reprodiaction of* the
of Manila Bay between the
h and American fleets, the great- -
tworks spectacle over presented
people of the South. This por
f the display alone occupies a
rnr or more, and is alone worth
o Columbia.I
:a traijns on all the roads will
until the fireworks display is?
?ortable seats will be provided
will ,e given a number of like d
s of many ot the leadinig mili
d naval baroes of thbe Spanish
i every oue who can possibly)
tonld arrange to sce the display.
SuckIen's Arnica Sa!ve.
est Salve in the world for Cuts,
Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
ores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
ns, Co.rns, and all Skin Erup- 'H
d positively cures Piles, or no T HECM
ired. It is guaranteed to gave BA
atisfaction, or money reftind- B
:e 25 cents per box. .For sale L
uster Co.j -
ickly, Permanntiy Restored
TIC ~ER~I n"',ith Old Sew
Irsotaa Fts -~z:,s Heia, change.
cry-th~e resI of Ove.r-w.ork. Wor. DealerS,
T*ji: of Yo vr-dgee tory. Con
d ositiveast'r Vtinxde. Addrs,
nostxe ru Nervbs rIzE:v and Lcu-~
~ELLoW Lt.DEL sF~cIL-douN- TI
giye strength and tone to every u--*
- rI.- EE U
J. OBEARl, DruggistO
Winnssboro, S.'C. MO
or Sale IOnfam
INo commis'
[2 PORl U.\ BLE TITAN Interest 8 pe
heels 15> horse power' JOIIN
W. D. DOUGL Ass. o
ttorn1eys, Winsoro 8., C 0r.-.
~ 9
r:S TEXC:
r TI;Ex~u
I, DR. SAMU
was the origi:
has borne ancl doe
the fac-simile ig.nate
This is the origjina
the homes of the ors
LOOK CAREFUi.
the kind you hv aw s
and ha- 0.:e ';i,
I The Centaur Company, cf z
arch 24, 1898. /
Do Not
Do not endanger the I
a cheap substitute whicl
(because he makes a fe
gredients of which evel
"The Kind Ye
a $ THr
The Kihid
WAIT
- For the C
WILD)
IN AMERICA, WITH ITS GREA,
EXH
Winnsboro, Sa
PAWNEu7
I5TOkIC ~ M
in Museum, Indiam vlwge, Hipp
velties, an army of Meximan awue,
men and Westei a PhtLasraen 111 eo
wondrous skill with H{orses, Mu
and the Lari::t. Rounding
TWO EXHIBIT]
r's open at 1 and 7' P. ML
hour la~
HOUSEHOLD"/
.NO TII.AG,El.
DING ALL OF T LE
ATEST IMPROVE
MENTS.
--Unequaled for -.
ability,
ange of Work,
- audi
ing Machines taken it, ex *r
vant~ed in unoccupied acrd.
espon-!en~ce solicited. j(
DERBYSHIRE
'ENERAL AGENT, 2-1
.DING, R IC M O.ND, VA.
EY TO LOAN.
Sar d3. E ny pay znts, ott :hc
ions charged3. Burrower wi ? am:
c'st of perfectjing io:an. rt
r cent. co i
B. PALMER & SON, a fina! d
Colum~bia, S. C.. he erate
W. D). DOUGL A~s,
Winncboro. S. C. V
i cme lp a
- r n e
V 'V
SC. je Uve thirfy ||xt,
r 2/i see that
1 t a.
U frc- ;m b use my nam&e excpt
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e of your cld by accepting
some druggis may offer you
more pennies on it), the in
i ac nfc ~ ot kno-:.
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turday, Nov. 12.
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d'ou. .~n~rnato~a Exo~toion
tim wearepreRre foOol
BAS RGILNS eI
.._.oru .u. -i Mary M.R.
byf I
. eased
the ab1
BARG ~ FISTT
{AORTIFORA D
(1) Ali
B2rIC E. land on
These W~heels are in("Orn
pou of :1
). 1 Condition OfuIt
stin. of o
aIe offereJ -at reduced Ph~oj23N
ices, being shop worn. ani
(12O1) Act
ThAN & DAVIS r:!dt and
~O n-th:rd
Padin c~
~ ~rmed;ecle a
of 10he o pue
~EBY GIV ~OTICE TUAT lof :hi. premi
M3r dia~ o Member, 188 I fromn day of
.1y to the Jsa' .of Probate for I o't i:ndiedia
t County, at is omic in th Clerk shaH I
eueat Xn ju ero> S- C., for Irisk a formne
ihrge mninisI;ra:or of It' pa: for a!
f! Jo-hn - mas, d..ceased.
SAM . THOMASI Os. 13 b. 1'
dmnsrtrw01(
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
Cc -' FMRM
dOURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
JohnB .ydBoyd, Maggie Corley, Jess
Boyd and Nathan B. RoJaes vs
Sn-Robers Jse C. Rbrs
erMary F. Roberts and Lula L.
Cousnaceof an order of the
teabove stac casIwl fe o
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, within the legal boh so sla
ublc utcyto the highest bider
g1~o oingdescribed Property to
of a ll atpiece, parc21 or tract
la ,nd ly n bin g a n siute in
con taining Two Hundred and Eightv'
thcei orth by the estate I Trde; o~n
the east by lands belng-gt heo
Winnsboro Granite Qury onth e
and FClark;don the esbw~t
(2) "All that piece, parcel or tract
of land sitnate in the County and State
aforesaid, containing One Hundred
andJ Fifty-five Acres, mnore or les,
known as the Anzdrews Place, and
bounded on the north by lands of'J. B.
Steele; on tbe east byfestate of im.
Boyd; on the South by lands of U. G
DesPortes and James Moore; on the
west by- lands of S. L. Crawford and
the estate of Wmn. Boyd."
(3) "Also all that piece, parcel or
~ract of land situate in Fairfield Coan
y and State afoiesaid, containing
lifty-nine and ?hree-fourthi Acres,
nore or less, and bannded on the north a
y lands of J. B. Steele; and on the i
ast by estate of WVm. Boyd; on the b
onth by lands of S. L. Crawford; on' g;
he west by lands of J. A. Hagood ." b<
(4) "Also all that piece, parcel or el
ract of land lying and situate in the 01
!onnty and State aforesaid, containing at
'wo Hundred and .Eighty-siL Acr-s,
lore or lees, and known as the Mary
oyd tract, bounded on the north by
nds of WV. D. Park; on the east by
~uds of N. D. Roberts and S. C. Car-"
an; on the south by lands of the
tate of Wmn. Boyd and I. Byrd; on
D.west b' lands of I. Byrd and g
(.5) "Also all that piecn, parcel or
act of l'tnd situate mn the County and
ate aforrsaid, containir'e Eighty
re-e Acres, more or less, and known La
the Church tract, and bounded on (
orth by lands of S. C. CarmnanJ
. H. Scruggs; on the east by
ids of J. B. Steele; one the sonth b S
*d of J. A. Hlagood and estate of I
By;on the west by' lands of L.
TEnlMS OF SALE.
The above described tracts of land sale
be sold separately, and for cash. Wir
purchaser or purchasers to pay FIR
all necessary papers."
Ri. U. JENNINGS, nex
ect. 13th, 1898. C. C. P. F.'C. , pu
O-18td * the:
Wit:
CLERK'S SALE. A3
TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, bian
COUNTY OF FMRnFIE LD. of X
OURT OF COMMON PLEAS, run
abn
Owens vs. Edward Hughes as Zion
miinistrator of the estate et Sarah stree
,-an seh Enghes, de- bne
pursuance of an order of the feet;
2ourt of Common Pleas, made in lows:
bove stated case, IV will offer for on ti
before the Court House door in and
sboro, S. C.. on the by lat
ST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER east b
within the legal hours of sale, at
:otc*v, to the highest bidder, n
ollowing described property to ' aid ii
that piece, parcel or tract of iiec
ontamnigoo slee
ONE HUNDRED ACRES, num
r less, situate, lying and being bonds<
rfield Conty and State of South and a
na, about two or three miles premnist
ampbell's crossing of the South- molney
ulroadI (formerly the C. C. & A. of theC
and bounded now or formerly* purchas
Is of Johnston, Mc~abe, Oufen, necessa
in and perhaps others.
TERXLS OF s.LEct.
half the purchasc' money to be l0~b,
eash, and thle remainder in cne ---
be secured by bond and mnon'
the premiseq, or ali cash at the
of the purchaser-. The pur
o0 pay for all necessary papers. STATE
R. 1H. JENNINGS;
er 13:h, 1898. C. C. P. F.'C.
d ~COUT
CL E RR'S SALE. -i.
-a inns
OF SOUTH CAROLINA Crawl
~OUNTlY OF FAIRFIELD.Pu
IT OF COMMON PLEAS. th ahy
Taylor and Carrie Gibson vs. sale, bero
.Boulhvare, as Administrator Wiinusbo
Estate of Edward Taylor. de
Edward M. Ta- lor et als. IRT
suance of : order of the nex wit?
t of Commonn Plca;, made inj public otu
e -r-tre.! c1-e. I will 'Aer for ti:e f-iloa
ore- the Court flouse door in t
o, s. c , on the A ! that
tONDAY IN NOVEMBER i~nbelt
~in th-- eg: hours of sale, at 6el an
tery-, to the highest bidder. being part
ring (e-c'-jed prpr to the plhm of
one Luntdt
dhait ract. p: cc or parca! of 5OVanlr~ou
aimit, &wo, hundred asd track, - coni
Acres, as s-nowni by;: plat Five-eights
in uo 'I'. . _Baurare, on Congres
and ret~urne~d wirh t he lb. bound (I on
eo G'mmtissiciners in P.;r- formierlv or
g the balance of thec dract fthe east. b~
senood im m: comnplaint as Colcim'ia
Place,"' ali r~ asignting the Isonth by lo:
le hnd -d acres to the IMrs. Elle
ary M. Ta l->r, iifore-said- C''ngress S
the tham er On~e Hundred
ty-one and Thiree-fourths
es, des5ribed ini the cerm. One-half o
known as the '-River be paid in ca
iided by lands of Lewrence the balance
by Broad River. twelvye moii
IEM FSL.day of sale
EEI FSE.cent per arinu
of the paa base-mnon;-, to the debt and
bon; !nc d';y of 5afe, i at- to be secure
~ter the: clas: of the bid- purchiser- an
'I ba~ce on . credi' of premises Sold
Sears. Thteeredi por ion jof dhe buih
vase-mfone'. :o be ser-ured purchaser for
arc: a-er ard. a mnor-gage covet- such
ses soid. with inlterest purchase mrn-n
ale. If terms of sale' are loss to ti~e moe
eliy comip ied wi'l, the and the pturcha
nim dai :tel res2!l at the necessary pap
p prch secr. Purchaser Isaid mortg:g e ,
rec-r pe er~ of the purcha~
98 C C. P. F. C. fOctober 13 b
1O-13td
CAERE's SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CONTr OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Laura J. Pagett, as Administratrix o
the Estate -of John N. Pagett, de
ceased, The Carolina National Ban]
of Columbia and Columbia Phos
phate Company vs. William H
Pagett, Mary C. Pagett, Snsan C
Pagett, John T. Pazett, Elizabeth C
Pagett, Robert 11. Pagett, MildreJ
E. Pagett, Walton P. Pagett, Nancy
Pagett and Susan R. Pagett.
Susan R. Pagett vs. William 91.
Pagett, Mary C. Pager. Susan C.
Pagett, John T. P r Elizabeth C.
er, R~r- I. Puetr, Wnlton P.
Mt, d. : . aPge t, Nancy
TL-e Ciroi:;; a in 1 Bank
L L. i E: . t Admini-tra
" d-. 1 : - or :H . i loind
c : --s 'JhN. 'sejieeed
Ioj of Toiion P.ca-, made in
tie above ,taca case, I wiNl offer for
sale, before the Court Honse door in
Winnsboro, S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, within tle legal hours of sale,
a public otcry, to the highest bidder,
the following described property, to
wit: *.to
"All thdt tract, piece and parcel of
land siunate, lying and being in the
"ounty of Fairfield, in the State of
Soath Carolina, about nine miles from
Winnsboro, containing
FIVE HUNDRED AND SEVEN
keres, more or oss, adjoining lands of
[hos. True, Baylis. E. Elkin, John B.
room, Thotas F. Broom and othef.'"
TERMIS OF SALE.
One-fourth cash and the balance in
ne, two, three and four years, with
iterest from day of sale, and secured
y bond of the purchaser and u;- !r
age of th3 premises sold, buidins.
a insured and policy assigned. Par-,'
iser to have Option to psy more thral I
2C-fourtb or all cash if he so desirn-,
id 4o pay for all necessary papers.
R. H. JENNINGS,
Oct. 13tb, 1898. C. C. P. F. C.
1-3td
.- st
CLEBRx'S SALE. C
01
TVA [E OF SOUTH CAROLINA, ne
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD. P
fol
COURT OF COMIMON PLEAS.
nra McCants vs. Susan Ilailiton,
)scar Hamilton, Joseph Hamilton, tai
.0jm Hamilton, Frances Iamilton, 0L
edie (cr Sarah) Bamilton and A.
eldon Kennedy, as Executor of the mc
Vill of J. P. Kennedy, deceased. . T
pursuan'e of an order- of the on
Court of Ccmmon Pleas, made in o*
above stated case, I will offer for Ia
,before the Court House door in an
musboro, S. C., on the by~
ST MONDAY IN NOVE3IBER beli
.wishin the legal hours of sale, at his
Lic outcry, to the highest bidder
followmng described property, toj 0
I that piece, parcel or ~tract of land, bid
eriug near the Charlotte, Colm- dollk
mnd Augusta Riailro.ad, in the town the<
i1nusboro, on Liberty street, and hIS I
ing fram said corner ont said street day
ttwo hund-ed andt fifty feet to the
street, and ranning from'Liberty pren
on Zion street one hundred feet said
fr,~ a~ road ther the u
saidI land being bounded as fol- page
On the south by Liberty street.
west by the Charlotte, Columbia Oct
Angusta Railroad; on the north
ds of T. B. Madden, and on ths
y Zion street.I
TERMS OF SALE.
ha!i the purchase-money to be
cash, for the balance a credit of S
ear from the day of sale, with
on said balance~ from the dayr
at seveni per centam per' an
!;d to be secured by the bondI orTh
>f the purchaser e r purchasers iti, it
mortgage cr mnortyges of :he lf,1'
as sold ; or all of the purchase- J son
to be piid ini cash at thec option (5
purchaser or purchasers. The
er or purchasers to pay for ad l of I
ry papers- statede
Ri HI. JENNINGS, Cort
S;h, 1898- C. C P. F. C. the
d . .FIRh
neX~, W
public o
CLERK'S SALE. followin
______________All Cln
tion of
OF SOUTH CAROLINA, arolinu
OOUNTY OF FA IRFIELD. EIGH T
RT OF COMMON PLEAS.
nnsboro National Blank of waters
boro, S. C., vs. D~avid A. lands of
ord and Daniel Hall. erly Owi
suance of an order' of theGaoa
of Common Pleas, made in aotley
sta4ed case, I wilt '.ffer for' the eo~
rce the Court H~ouse door in comjmonl
'o, 8. C., on the Piace.
ODYIN NOVE M B
tin tmhe begal hours o: !.de, .jj
cry, M. the nih~ JddrI~'
7inl dc2..rocad prope.i to I rom 31
on1 trO s
pIALc, parcei or lot of land th 'od
ig and situated in the town .
oro, in the Count y of Fair.
State of South Carolina. enasia-.
or parts of lots Irirow i~o~
said town as lots nombflh"ed - 1~'
ed and t.hity-hre. and
m,.4) ng west of the :riilroadl
ainin about Ore half or
of an Acre, more or less.
Street of salid town, aund
the north by lot tow or?
7ned by-WV. G. Rloche; on
track of the Charlotte.1
and Augusta Railroa: The
of J. P. Matthews and~ if
Cathcart, and west by
-cet. ~o h
ERMCS OF SALE.
E ths purchase mnone to
hon the day of sale,~ana ' eqial
thereof on a credit of i
' with interest from the e
tthe rate <f (ight ner c-er_ a
.m, payable an,:aat tuntl qnt ers
interest be paid Iil In"l q)rter
d by the bond of ti .- thorcng
d :a .ortgage of t e Stee
a-d also by. ant insunrane e .. si
1mg.. ltlere by t he .
a sufficient amourtO t quirin~
credit port im of thenra
y. payable in care if . . " (eoe
gr ,ee or his a-sigtw. -__.C
ser also to pay for ai who desil
~rs and for recirdino emlioym
or all cash at the Opti.~ attain pr
rr
r-. i. JENNINGS,
1898. C. C. P. F.'C -19
CLERKE'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTy OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Jas H. T.ue, Henry G. Tre and Julia
Sgnvs. argaret D. Cockre William
N-_ _-e, Samue! E. True. Lula A. C0r
ter, Leonidas B. True, Cora E. True'
and Gilta vus A. True.
Sp.-r uance of an order of the Court o
CCommon Pleas, mare in the ab
;Ktated case, I will offer for sale before
Ucurt House door in Wiunsboro, S. C..
FIRST ,MNDAY IN NOVEmBER
.e xt, within the legal hours of sale, at
I Zle outery, to t'e highest bidder, the
-oilowiegdescribd property, to wit:
A 1 that certain piece, parcel or tract of,
land 13 inz, being and situate in the Counr
ty of Fai field and State of Sonth Carolina
conitamiunr
3NE HUNDRED AND EIGHT ACR -
mo c or les;. in Townshi;> Nos. 9 and I
and bounded by lands of A. J. Brown an
the estate of Goodwin Steele, lands or
C. if. Scruggs or his wife. Uary
and by lands of the estate of lamuel
True .David Crawford and Wiltia- Boyd
and being commonly known as th"
as True lands."
TEEMs OF SAkL.
Oie-half .ff the pu:chase-money to be ,.
paid in ca-h (.n the day of sale and the
balance on a credit of one year from said
day of sale, with interest thereon from.,
sald day of sale at the rate of eight
centump Ier annum, to be seeured bythe!
bond of the purchaser or purchasers and a
mortgage of the premis; so!d; thepur
chaser t) pay for all necessa-y
Oct 13, 1893. R. -C. P.CF..C
CLERK'S SALE. -
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRJIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Fic.:*er Raff -s. Leacyr Howell, Ph1
90v0, James Howell D. A. Ho 1
- 7 . Lwell, Thomas Howell Lofei
..iijvw. folly Blizard, Jessie Miles,Jon
. Iary Wcoten, Mamie Wa
-r!c Strickland, Charles Strickld
nRn'a Strickland, Lillie Strick -
Magge Strickland, Viola Strikla -
Rufus Strickland, Claud Strickland
W. T. Mart:n.
X pursuance cf an order of the Co
. of Cor- mon Pleas, made 4n the aboye
ated case, I will offer for sale, before the
urt House aoor in Winusboro, S. C.
te
FIRST MONDAY IN YOVEMBE
z, within the lega, hours "-f sale
blic outcry, to the highest bidder
lowhng descrlbed property, to wit:
ka that certain tract or parcel of land,.
ng, being and situatE in the Coanty of
irfield and State of South Carolina, eon
EE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-N(E
\ND 3-10 ACRES,
re or iess. including a small tract of
enty-two and 3-10 Acres. and bounded
the nor: h by lands now or former .
'cd by Charnell Boney; east by landt
he Widw Boney and Broom, south b
s of the Widow Neison and Brom
west by lands now or formerly owfe
Ionn Neey and the Widow Broom, and
ig the tract of land that belonged to
Howell. , deceased, at the time o
TEnIMS OF sALE.
1e-haLf of the purchase-money tobe
in cash on the day or sale, and t
er t deposit th r sum of twenty-fi
rat the clos3 of the bidding,-'wit
.e~l of th~s Court, Es an earnest
id; and the balance of said purcba
y on a credit of one Year zrorn
>f sale, to be secnred by the bredo
eurhasr and a trortgg g f~
lay of sale, to be likewise secured:
R. I. J ENNGS
- t 1898-C$. .F
C LERK 'S S ALE
'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF F AIRwrELD
OU7RT OF COMMON PLEAS.
s K. EIl ott and Thomas H. ech
'vidually and ' s Truster. for him
Thomas K. Elliott and John Vin
-s .John Vieson and W. F. Hall
s dministrator of the Estate of -
a" . ~s:n, deceased.
rsuan~ce of an order of the Court,
.omon Pleas, made in the above?
ase. I will offer for sale, before the.
[ouse door in Wlnnsboro, S. C., o~
T MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
tr-, to teahighest bidder, th
described property, tojvit:
e ertain piece, parcel --..
lad lying, being and si
aty of Fairfield andi State of'
containi
HUNDRED AND NINETV
FOUR (894) AUREN
les l.inR on Shu ley Brazie
Denuin Cason, Jands now ?r form,
ed by Mary Jioe Lucas, L.3
Ri G. Shumenton, by lands of the
,rothe~rs, Jane H~erron, Sampson
Ad by lands formerly knwn as
Place--said tract or lan dbeind
known- as the "John Vinso.
TERas OF' SALE.
d of the purcha co.-ne;- tobe
s.- on the, day of sale, 4.nd the
--w1 equai annual instaiments -
;a *s .s', with interest here,
id dlay of sale. he~ secured by'
th:- purcha.ser or purchi sers
gare oAf the premnises sold ,wi
tob t- purchaser to pay the -
;e bd i ~:; and .eu
iearnes of his bidi, shll de
aid C er-k t the e se of
al uy' ffifty do!n:.: th~
(. C . .C..
Equitable
A?ssuranceS Society
United States.
.The management of rt.
:ie Life A seuranice Socie.tv
I;m ( desirons~ of seenr-.
abelity TO man of eh.
d abhtytoIepresenf ItS
Wih Winaisbo~ro as had.
--The right mnan wil e
2iv concated in the sciencc
mnuranee and the art of
isoinciting. 'tbhere is no
or profession, not re- *
apital which is more r- -
ye than a life agency
- wi~h energy and aoil :
respondence with mnen
-e t secure permanen~t
u and are ambitions to
ommence in the profes
nited.
J. RODoEY, Mgr.,
RockHiu 8.

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