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THE
NEWS ANB HERALD.
PUBLISHED TRI- WERKLY
-BY
NEWS AND RERALB COMPANY.
TERMS. IN ADVANCE:
oAe rear, - - $3.00
Six Alonths. - - - 1.50
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Saturday, November 5. - 1898
NO WHITE REPUBLICAN PARTY FOR
THE SOUTH.
We have frequently had something
to say about the .condition of North
Carolina politics, and it has not been
without purpose. The State lies right
next to us, and our people are of
course interested in its people, but I
our principal purpose has been to i- I
press upon our own people the utter
ruin that must follow a division among
the whites. What we have said is not
from any ill feelings towards the
colored people.
The maintenance of our civilization
and good government demand that the i
controi of the governwaent shall be in I
the hands of the Anglo-Saxon.
Now and then even in this State we
often bear men say that in a few years
a new Republican party will be t
created in the South. That the South t
is rapidly becoming the manufacturing t
section of this country, and after r
awhi!e Southeru manufacturers will 11
be enthasiastic protectionists and they t
1
will go into the Republican-party, and
with them will go many ot the best 1]
white people df the South. p
The colored people will always be
c
Reputlicans, and as long as they are
- admitted into Republican conventions $
they will have votes for sile. Re- ti
publican Presidents will give them c
federa. offices for votes. It is, there
X
fore, out of the question to keep the hj
colored man entirely out of politics. h]
A dvision of the whites will bring 11
him into State politics, and with it tl
M
j ust such a state of affairs as now ti,
exists in North Carolina. 01
el
NO WONDER THE RED SHIRT HAS ai
APPEARED. di
From a North Carolina Weekly, the to
Shelby Aurora, the following facts are Y
wearned: te
North Carolina is the only State that
has a colored congressman, it
North Carolina is the only State that foi
has a colored U. S. District Attorney, bE
N'orth Carolina is the only State that T
has a colored State inspector of ferti- st'
lizers. ce<
North Carolina has more colored be
fo
members of the Legislature than any lo*
other State-.m
rth Car'
posmasersthan any other State, there p
being seven in one county alone. th,
North Carolina has more colored at
registeis of deeds than any other as
-State- af4
North Carolina has more colored ,
school committeemen (trustees) than
any other State.b
North Carolina has more coloredW
- county commissioners than any other t
State. S
These facts show clearly how the 1
negroes are cempletely in control of '
the State. Think of a colered man th
inspecting fertilizers although his race at
own a very small part of the farmng c(
lands of the State. Think of colored
men s tusteshaving control of
white as well as colored schcols.s
R. WILSON'S LETTER.
it Suggests ;Some Ver Interesting Facts, S
Which are Narrated- S
fir, Editor: The following items 1
may be interesting in conneetion with
Rev. J. 0. Wilson's arti.-- concer ning a
Winnsboro and the Meth'.d t Church: o
The trustees who built Lme original 1
Methodist cChurch, which was torn
down snd replaced with the present
structure by the late Capt Thomas
-Jordan, were Capt. John Bu:chanan,
William Lewis and Maj~r Henry3
Moore, all being soldiers of the Revo
lution. Capt. Buchanan was in com
mand near Georgetown and there re
ceived the Marquis Lafayette when he
first landed in America. He enter- 1
tained him and provided for him the
means to enableihim to reach Wash
ington's headquarters. His home was
the house now occupied by Mrs.
Nancy Madden, and originally was 4
built similarly to the first Methodist
Church. I
Capt. Buchanan was an uncle of
John Ri. Buchanan and of Dr. Robert
A. Buchanan,. and grand uncle of Dr.
James H. Carlisle, also of the writer.
He was the step-grandfather of Isa
bella Mann, who married Rev. Hili
liard Jndge, whose two sons, James
and.i Hilliard, moved to Alabama.
After Mr. Judge's death Mrs. Judge
married Dr. William Brit ten. Their
two son awere Capt. William Iratton,
killed at -razers Farm in Virginia and
Gen. John Bratton.
William Lewis lived about twelve
miles from here on the Rocky Mount
road. I don't know anything of his
Revolutionary record. Some of his
descendants probably do. He was
grandfather to Rev. Joihn Ri Fiekett
and great grandfather of Mrs. Connor,
widow of Rev, J. S. Connor. A son
of his-, John Lewis, married a sister
of John R. Buchanan and moyed to
,Florida, where also another son,
William, moved.
John R. Buchanan held the office of
Ordinary, or Probate Judge, for life:
and was during his life the pillar of
the NMethodist Church here Those
who knew him from infancy said he
never knowingly did wrong --that he
was as near parfection as it is possible
for mortal to be. Capt. John Bu
chanan and his wife are buried in the
Methodist grave yard.
Major Henry Moore in the Revolu
tion did service on the coast of this
State as lieutenant of artillery. He
lived about two mailes from here on
the Bell's Bridge road. He was
buried in his fsmily burying ground
with military honors within the
memory of many now living. There
are many of his descendants still
living, among whom is Mrs. Robert
Stevenson (nee Kennedy), who lives
bout three miles beyond Major
Moore's old place, and Mr. Frank
L:aldwell, who lives in the Greenbrier
neighborhood.
G. H. McM.
For Over Fifty Years.
MRs. WmsLow's SOOTHING SYRcP
2as been used for over fifty years by
nillions of motbers for their children
ihile teething, with perfect success.
[ soothes the child, softens the gums,
tllays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
he best ren.edy for diarrhcea. It will
-elieve the poor little sufferer imme
liately. Sold by draggists in every
)art of the world. Twenty-five cents
a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs
Vinslow's Soothing Syrup," and- take
to other kind. 5-26txly
OF HISTORIC INTEREST.
A correspondenz of the Chicago In
r-Ocean has the following concerning
be oldest railroad in America: |
"L. A. Emerson, traffic manager of I
be South Carolina and Georgia Rail
oad, has c.mpiled some interestingi
iformation about his road, which is i
ae oldest in the United States, and,!
xcenting a fev ashort lines built in
ngand in the early '20s, the oldest in I
is world. -The South Carolina com
any was organized May 21, 1828, and|
nring 1829 six miles of the road was i
mstructed. At the start horse power
nly was used. Then a premium of
500 was awarded to the inventor of
ie endless chain process, which was
Llcalated to move passenger cars at
ie rate of 12 miles an hour. In 1829
d 1830 8ails were smubstinted foi
rse power. This experiment proved
ghly satisfactory, ss it carried, when
te wind was right, 13 passengers and
ree tons of iron at the rate of 10
iles an hour. This means of locomo
an, however, came to an abrupt end
ie day, when the wind suddenly
tanged and took the sail, mast, sailors
id all overboard in a gale which
'ove the cars at 15 miles an hour.
"In March, a contract was awarded
the West Point foundry of New
rk to construct an engine guaran
ed to make 10 male an hour and haul
ree times its weight. This was the
st locomotive built in America and
was called Best Friend. It was a
ar-wheeled concern, all the wheels
ing drivers. These wheels had iron
bs, with wooden spokes and felloes.
i boiler was vertical, likc an old
rl porter boiler. The machine ex
eded in power the wildest hopes of
th the railway men and the builders,
r it proved capable of carrying a
td of between 40 and 50 people 16
ydd lanidiog the whole concern in
e diteh. The accident was thought|
first to be the result of fast runnmng,
tho train was at the time making
>se to 18 miles an boar, and shortly
terwards the following resolution
s adopted by the board of directors:
"'No greater speed shall be made
the engineer than 15 miles per hour
ith one car of passengerS, 12 with
to cars, and 10 miles with thbree .
"The next engine owned by the
uth Carolina road was named the
est Point, and made two miles in
ht minutes. The State Legislature,
epped in at this point and declared
at this rate of speed -was excesrive
id dangerous to human life, and as a
>sequence the company put a 'ar
er' car on each train. This 'barrier'
ir was a fiat car loaded with cotton
iles, which was expected to act as a
srt of brake, and diminish the force
l the fall when the passenger hit the
round.
"These experiments, Mr. Emerson
ys, were among the early experi
ces of' tbis historical road. They
egan with horse power and sails, and
>-day, after a varied experience, ex
mding over nearly three-quarters of
century, the company possesseS one
f the best equipped roads in Amer
Parsnip Complexion.
It does not require an expe rt to de
ect the sufferer from kidney trouble
he hollow cheeks, the sunken eyes,1
he dark, puffy circles under the eyes,
he sallow parsnip colored complexion
dicates it.
A physician would a'k if youhbad
heumatismn, a dull pain or ache in the
,ack or over the hips, stomnach trouble,
lesire to urinate often, or a barning or
caling in passing it; if after passing
here is an unsatisfied feeling a~ if it
ust be at once repeated, or if the
trine has a brick dust tdepesit cr strong
ador.
Wben these symptoms are pr-esent,
1 time should be lost in removing the
:ase.
Delay may lead to gravel, catarrh of
he bladder, inflammation, causing
itoppage, and sometimes requiring the
Irawing of the urine with instruments,
:r may run into Bright's Disease, the
most dangerous stage of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's swamp-Rot, the great
iscovery of the eminent kindey and
bladder specialist, is a positive remedy
for such diseases. Its reputation is
world-wide and it is so easy to get at
any drug store that no one need sunfier
any length of time for want of it.
However, if you prefer to first test
its wonderful merits, mention The
News and Herald and write :o Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y..
for a sample flottle and book telbing ali
about it, both sent absolutely free by
mail.
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You can makew $25 per Week.
Bither Sex. Ilotart you in the Mal
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Peddling. M. Young. 363 Henry St.,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
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THE~ c EAY ORAPRING
"HOUSEHOLD"
SM S IN 1EWINE
Unqaidfo
Duabliy
R ae ~ ofWor
and1~iimplicity.
Old Sewin~g MachineS t(2i' in ox
hange.
Dealers wanted in nocupied terri
ory. Corres~ponldncel solici:ed.
Addres,
. H. IBY SHIRE,
GENF.RAL AGENT,
BEL BUIhLDI-NG, R iCH MOND, VA
--FOBR A
LIMI TED
tine we are prepared to
offer
BA RGA INS
--In
COL UMBIA
-and
HA RTFORD
BICYCLES.
These Wheels arc in
No. 1 ConditiOr
ad a.1e offered at reduce
prices, being shop worn.
JORDAN & UAVI~
AGENTS.
UNDERTAKING
IN ALL ITS DEPM-RTMENi~
with a fu!l stock of CJaskcts, puri
Cases and Coffins, cont ty vn n
ad use of hearse when raque'te
Thafis for past paitronv~g a-i'd fosl
ttion for a share ini theC fa-tjre, int
ota stand
CaI# aneor.ded to a- alB hours.
TEELLISTTC. S UOP>
j. K LL T & 00
ki
The
You Have
8 AYs Bought.
'r- CrrWTAUR COMPANY. NCW YORKC CITY.
SOUTHERN RA
Central Time Between
sonville. Eastern T.
lumbia and Ot
.Eff ective Jul
Northbound.
Lv. J'ill. F,0.&P.Ry...
av .nna ...............
Ar. Columbl....................
Lr. Cbar'ton,SC&GRR........
Ar. Columbia............... .i
r. Ahevil.............
v. Augusta, So. By.. ... 2 10p
Granitevilo ............ ... 239p 1
Trenton. ...... . ....I3 08p
S ohnston... ....... ... lop 21
ar. Coumian. dep't.... 4 lp .2
57obalad'gss;......... 5. p
"Winnsboro............... 6 P '6
" Chester ........ ..... ... p
"Rock~ Hi........... 7 26p
Ar. Charlotte................. S 8 1p
r. G reernsboro............ 10 9p
v. Greensboro..........1040
r. Norfolk...... -
Ar. ilchmond.
,v. New York,Pa.R
" hiladelphia...
" :altimnore........
.v. Wash'ton, So. fly..
v Rilchmond ...........
v. Norfofl.................0 So8
Ar. G reensboro............. 45 a.
Lv. Greensboro...-......... 7 05 a
"Charlotte................9 85a&
"Rock Hill.............. 10 20.
"Che- -........... 10 55a
" Wnar..............1141 a
r Colbia Bland'g at........ 12 45'nn
v. Columbia Un. dp't...... 1 15
"Johnstons............... 2
"Trenton................ 8
"Graniteville............
Ar. Augusta.......... -.. -
Lv. Spar'.anburg........
Lv. Col'bia, S.C.&0.Ry...
Ar. Charleston.....
Lv. Cor bia, F.C.&P.Ry....
"Savannah..........
Ar.aeksoville..
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cxeelent ~alpS@
Nos87ndB8-Washin
Limited. Solid Vestib ed
cars and first class coa Os
Pzlhnan drawing~ room 6lee
an ew Yrk.
Paiman Sleeping Cars be
and Richmond.
Inlman drawing-room sleepin
t~en Creernsboro and Norfolk. C1
tion -at Norfolk for OLD POINT C
arriving there in time for brenakfast.
Solid train, with Parlor cars, be
Charlston and Asheville.
Nos. 35 and 30--U. S. Fast Mai-. Throu
Pullman drawin; room bue s'eig cars
tween Jacksonville and andw Prk H
tan slec-in cars betwcen Agsaand Char
lotte. Plman sleeping cars bteen Jack.
E'avie and ''olumbia, en ronte daily between
jmi~isonville and Cincinnati, via Aseville.
FRANKS. GANNON. .T. M. CULP,
Tird v-P. & Gen. Mgr. T. M., W .
W A. TURK, S. H. HARDW
G. P. A.. Washington. . G. P. A., Atlagt%
SHERIFFSSALE.
BY VIR'TUE OF EXECUTIONS
to me directed, I have levied upon and
will sell before the Court House in
Winnsboro, S. C., to the highest .cash
bidder, o u ibo FIRST MONDAY IN
NOVEMBER, the following described
tracts of land, containling One Hu~n
Idred and Thirty (130) Acres, and
bouned north by lands of W. M.
Hood; east by lands of J. E. Flanigan;
sot yT. W. Sligh; west by E. fl
Hensan mma Stewart.
Aso One Ihund red and Tbirty (130)
dIAcres, bounded north by lands oi
Lewis Shmarpe and estate of E. A. Ken
~edy ; east by lands of Adolphus Kelis
and ev.a'e of E. A. Kennedy; soutl
0ye t 1o Thomas sessions, d
caed, an etate of E. A. Kennedy
west by P. Ii. F1anigan.
Leviod upon ss the property o
. 1. a-d ,J. E. Fianigan, at the ui o:
A. 7. ie fT aind A. F. Ruff & Co.
SEEL LISON, S. F. C.
*i. S C., Oct. 14, 1898
10-15:d
cogmtfC -e t Rough ice solic
itd. Prpt milling and recturnl o
proceeds or account sales. Hughes
sxket p ricsaid for got d Rice.
"Carlina Rice Meal" or "Flour,
:e ei best stock food on ton
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
CC47 TY OF FMRFIELD. '
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
John R. Boyd, Maggie C'rley, Jesse
C. Boyd, Mary E. Boyd, James W.
Boyd and Nathan D. Roberts vs.
Carrie E. Roberts, Jesse C. Roberts,
Preston B. Roberts, IMall ie F. Rob
erts, Mary F. Roberts and Lula L.
Roberts.
[N pursuance of an order of the
I 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, at
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
'arolina, known as the Home Place,
ntaining Two Hundred and Eighty
cres, more or less, and bounded on
north by the estate of True; on
t by lands belonging to the
8boro Granite Quarry; on the
th by lands of U. G. DesPortes
o . Clark; on the west by estate of
e . Boyd."
t2) "All that piece, parcel or tract
band situate in the County and State
,resaid, containing One Hundred
a ifty-five Acres, more or less,
wn as the Andrews Place, and
n uded on the north by lands of J. B.
b ,ele; on the east by estate of Win.
I ; on the south by lands of IG:
ortes and James Moore; on the
*-sby lands of S. L. Crawford and
e 'ate of Wm. Boyd."
", "Also all that piece, parcel or
t of land situate in Fairfield Coun
trb State aforesaid, containino
ty ty-Dine and T'ree-fourth Acres,
Fi e or lees, and baunded on the north
I 'lands of J. B. Steele; and on the
by by estate of Wm. Boyd; on the
e lands of S. L. Crawford; oi'
by lands of J. A. Hagood."
al that piece, parcel or
ing and situate in the
aforesaid, containing
Eighty-sii Acres,
wn as the Mary
n the north by
n the east by
ad S. C. Car
nds of the
..Byrd; on
Byrd and
parcel or
unty and
g Eighty
nd known
ounded on
C. Carman
the east by
one the south by
ed and estate of
t by lands of I.
cts of land
for cash.
ers topsy
P. F. C.
INA,
as]
ahi
the
de in
ey for
oor in
MBER
f sale, at
st' bidder,
roperty to
r tract of
CREB,
g and being
d State of South
or three miles
'ng of the Seuth
e C. C. k A.
r formerly
abe, Outen,
oney to be
der in one
I and mort
- cashat the
. The pur
sary papers.
INGS,
. C. P'. F. C.
'S SALE.
' SOUTH CAROLINA,
OUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
RT OF COMMON PLEAS.
ry M. Taylor and Carrie Gibson vs.
eff D. Boulware, as Administrator
i the Estate of Edward Taylor, de
ased, Ed ward M. Ta' lor et ale.
pursuanee of an order of the
Court of Common Plea', made in
above ' tated ca-B, I will offer for
before the Court I louse door in
n unsboro, S. C , on the
*t ST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
Sr, wijhin the legal hours of salc, at
lic outcry, to the highest bidder,
1following described property, to
t 1) All that tract, piece or parcel of
d containing Two Elundred aid
irteen Acres, as shown by s plat
-rcof made by T. M. Boulware,
rveyor, and returned with the Re
rt of the Gommissioners in Par
ion, being the balance o1 the tract
land described in the complaint as
e Home Place." afier assigning the
c ~of one hundred acres to the
-uniff, Mary M. Taylo)r, aforesaid.
) Als the tract of One Hundred
Twenty-one and Three-fourths
21i) Acres, deszribed in the comn
laint and knownt as the "River
lage,'' bounded by lands of Lawrence
easter a-:d by Broad River.
TEEMS OF SALE.
One-third of the punr hase-money to
e paid in cash on t he day of sate, i n
ediately after the ciosu of the bid
ing, and the b'alance on a credri of
r.e and two years. Theecredit por-ion
f the purchase-mnoney to be secured
y~ bond of purci a-er and a monrgage
f the premises sold, with int rest
'rom day of sale. If terms of sal' are
n.,t immediately comp'iedl with, the
Cler k shall immediately resell at- the
-risk of former purchaser. Purchaser
i ' pay for all n~ecessarv prper..
Rt. H . JENN INGS,
aOct. 15th, 189S U. C. P. F. C.
10 l tn
CAERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Laura J. Pagett, as Administratrix of
the Estate of John N. Pagett, de-I
ceased, The Carolina National Bank
of Columbia and Columbia Phos
phate Company vs. William It.
Pagett, Mary C. Pagett, Susan C.
Pagett, John T. Paett, Elizabeth C.
Pagett, Robert H. Pagett, Mildre-!
E. Pagett, Walton P. Pagett, Nancy
Pagett and Susan R. Pagett.
Susan R. Pagett vs. William II.
Pagett, Mary C. Pagett, Susan ! .
Pagett, John T. Pagett, Elizabetb G.
Pagett, Robt. H. Pagett, Walton P.
Pagett, Mildred C. Page.t, Nancy
Pag.tt, The Carolina .National Bank
and L ara J. Pegert, as Administin
trix of tie Estate of all and singul .r
the riahts and credits, goodi and
chattels of John N. Pagett, decea'ed.
IN pursuance of an order of tiel
Court of Common Pleae, made in
the above stated case, I will offer for
sale, before the Court House door in
Winnsboro, S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, within the legal hours of sale,
at public outcry, to the highest bidder,
the following described property, tok
wit:
"All that tract, piece and parcel of)
land situate, lying and being in the
County of Fairfield, in the State of
South Carolina, about nine miles from
Winnsboro, containing
FIVE HUNDRED AND SEVEN
Acres, more or less, adjoining lands of
Thos. True, Baylis E. Elkin, John B.
Broom, Thomas F. Broom and others."
TERMS OF SALE.
One-fourth cash and the balance in
one, two, three and four years, with
interest from day of sale, and secured
by bond of the purchaser and mort
gage of the premises sold, buildinR.
be insured and policy assigned. Pu,
chiser to have option to pay more than
one-fourth or all cash if -he so desirep,
and to pay for all necessary papers.
R. H. JENNINGS,
Oct. 13th, 1898. C. C. P. F. C.
10-13td
CLERK'S SALE.
STA rE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Laura McCants vs. Susan Hamilton,
Oscar Hamilton, Joseph Hamilton,
John Hamilton, Frances Hamilton,
Sadie (or Sarah) Hamilton and A.
Seldon Kennedy, as Executor of the
Will of J. P. Kennedy, deceased.
IN pursuance 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
Winnsboro, S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEsiBER
next. within the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder,
the following described property, to
wit:
SAll that piece, parcel or tract of land,
cornering near the Charlotte, Colum
bia and Augusta Railroad, in the town
f Wnnsor, o Lberv tretand
abo'ut two hundred andci7yi~i
Zion street, and running lrom Liberty
stret n o~nstreet one hiqndred feet
acfomtberty, on the railroad the
same distance, thlat is one hundred
feet; said land being bounded as fol
Iows: On the south by Liberty street; ;
on the west by the Charlotte, Coluimbi4
and Augusta Railroad; on the north
by lands of T. B. Madden, andI on the:
east by Zion street.
TERMS OF SALE.
One-half the purchase-mioney to be
paid in cash, for the balance a credit of
one year from the day of sale, with
interest on said balance from the day
of sale at seven per centum per an
num, and to be secured by the bond or
bonds of the purchaser or purchasers,
and a mortgage or mortgages of the
premises sold ; or all of the purchase
mo'nev to be paid in cash at the option
of the purchaser or purchasers. The
purchaser or purchasers to pay for all
Deeessary papers.
R. H. JENNINGS,
Oct. 13th, 1898. C. C P. F. C.
10-13td
CLERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLJINA,
COUNTY OF FA IEFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The Winnsb~oro National Bank of
Winnsboro, S. C., vs. D~avid A.
Crawford and Daniel Hall.
N pursuance of an order of the
Court of Common Pleas, made in
the above slated case, I will offer for -
sale, before the Court House (door in
Winnusboro, S. C., on thbc
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVE MBE R
next, within the legal hours of sale, at7
public outcry, to the highest bidder,j
the following described proper ty t"
wit :
Axll that piece, parcel or lot of land
lying, beina and situated in the town
of )innsboro, in-the County of Fair.
field and State of South Carolina,
being part or parts of lots known ini
the plan of said town as lots number ed
one hundred and thirty-three, and
seventy-one, lying west of the railroad
track, contaiming about One-half or
Five-eights of an Acre, more or less,
on Congress Street of ssid town, and
bound.d on the north by lot now oi
formerly owned by W. G. Roche; on
the east by track of the Chariette.
Columbia and Augusta Railroads
soumh by lots of J. P. Ma'thews ann
Mrs. Elle.i Cathcart, and west by
Congress Sireet.
TERMS OF sALE.
One-half of the purchase money to
be paid in cash on the day of sale. and
the balance thereof on a creLdit ot
t welve monthbs, with interest from the
day of sale at the rate <.f eight per
cent per annum, payable annually until
the d-bt and interest be paid in full,
to be secured by the bond of the
purchaiscr and, a .?ortgage of t-.v
Dremises sold, a-nd also by an insurance
of the buildings there.!n by the
purchaser for a sufficient amon-t to
cover such credit portion of the
purchase monecy, payable in cage (.f
loss :o the mnorrtzgee or hiq a signi
and the purchaser also to pay for al
necessary pipers and for ricrdiin
said mortgage, or all cash ntt the opti n
of the purchaser
IR. 1U. JiNNGS,
October 13th, 1898. C. C. P. F. C
1.2tdi
CLEBRK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COLNTY OF FAMFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Jamr-s 1. T. ue, Henry G. True and Julia
Ligon vs. Marg:ret 1). Coekrelt, Wit.iam
W. Tr..e, Sami, E. True. Lu!a 1. Car
ter, Leonidas 1B. True, Cora E. True
and Gu ta vus A. True.
N p-;ruance of an older of the Court of
Common Pleas ma-:e in the above
stated ease, I w ll offer for sale before the
Ccurt House door in Winnsboro. S. C.. on
t he
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
next, within ti:e legal hours of sale, at
plub:lie catery, to the highest bidder, the
woilowieg descrihd proprr y, to wit:
A i tiat certain piece, parcel cr tract of
land lying, being and situate in the Coun
ty of Fairfield and State of South Carolina,
containing
ONE HT.NDRED AND EIGH T ACRES,
nio e or ses. in Township Nos. 9 and 1t,
and bounded by lands of A. J. Brown and
the estate of Goodwin Steele, lands or
C. H1 Scruggs or his wife. Mary Scrug ,
and by lands of the ettate of bamuel...
True. David Cra wford and Wiltiam Boyd,
and being commonly known as the "Thom
as True lands."
TEEMS OF SALE.
OL.e-half (,f the purchase-money to be
paid in cah .n the day of sale and the
balance on a credit of one year from said
day of sale, with interest thereon from
said day of sale at the rate of eight per
centum per annum, to be secured by the
bond of the purchaser or purchasers and a
mortgage of the premises sod; the ar '
chaser to pay for all necessaryaers.
R. H JEN G,
Oct. 13, 1898. C. C. P. F. C.
19-13td
CLER'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAInFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
A Floether Ruff s. Leacy Howell, Phillip
howe!!, James Howell, D. A. HowelL
11. Howell, Thomas Howell, Lottie
iain-, Polly Blizard, Jessie Miles, John
riles, Mary Wooten, Mamie Watts,
.ule Strickland, Charles Strickland,
Emma Strickland, Lillie Strickland,
Maggie Strickland, Viola Strickland,
Rufus Strickland, Claud trickland and
W. T. Martin.
IN pursuance cf an order of the Court
of Cov-mon Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, beforete
Court House aoor in Winnsboro, S. C.,
on the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
nenT, within the legal hours of. sale, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
All that certain tract or parcel of land r
I ing, being and situatz in the County of
airfield and State of South Carolina, eon
taining
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-NL
AND 3-10 ACRES,
more or less. including a small tra't 6f
Twenty-two and 3-10 Acres, and bounded
on the nor:h by lands Dow or forterly
owned by Charnell Boney; east by
of the id:.w Bloney and Broom; sonth by
lands of the Widow Neison and Broom, .
and west by lands now or formerly owned
by John Neely and the Widow-Broom; and -
being the tract of land that belonged to
Thomas Howell, deceased, at the time of ,6
his death.
TERMS OF SALE.
One-half of the purchase-money toeb x
p aid in cash on the day or sale, and the
bidder 1 deposit th> sum of tweb -
dollars,- at the clos' of the biddi
the Clerk of this Court, rs an
his bid: and the balance of said
money on a credit of one year
dlay of sale, to be secured by the
c a-r ad ortgage
premises sold. ' . 1,- tere
said day of sale; to be like,
the uond and mortgage of th
and the purchaser to pay for all neces
papers.
, . H. JENNINGS, -
Oct. 13, 1898. C. C. P. F. C.
10-1:-t1 .
C LE RK'S S A LE.
STATE OF 3OUTH CAROLINA,
coUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMN[0N FLEAS. .
Thomas K. Ellott and Thomas H. Ketch
in, individually and a s Trustee for himn
self, Thomas K. Elliott and John Vin.
son vs. John Vinson and W. F. Hall
Jr., as Admfhistrator of the Estate of
Wiliamn D. Vmns:n, deceased.
I N pursuance of an order of the Court
lof Common Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, before the
tourt House door in Winnsboro, S. C., on
the
FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER
nexv, within the legal hours of sale, at - ~
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
All tnat certain piece, parcel o planta
tion of land lying, being. and situato in -
the County of Fairfield and State of South
Carolina, containing
EIGHT HUNDRED AND NINETY
FOUR (894) ACRES;
more or less, lying on Shuley's Branch,
waters of Little River, and hounded by
lands of Denui Cason, lands now or form
erly -owned by Mary Jane Lucas, L. J.
Galloway, R G. Sim:.nton, by lands of the
Tontley 'Brothers, Jane Hlerron, Sampson
Buggs, andi by lands formerly known as
the Dools Place-said tract or land being
sonmonly known as the "Joh i Vinso.
Place."
TERMs OF SALE.
One-third of the purcua e-iteney tob~e
paid in cas'i on the day of sale, and the
balance in two equai annual instalments
from said da y o- satle, with interest there
on fromi said day of sale, o be secured by
the bond of th:' purchaser or purchasers,
r 'd a m :tgsue of the premises sold, wi~b
ihe p'rivileae to the purchaser to pay the
wvhole ofthe bid i ash; and~ thle pur
ehaser, as an earn es. of his bid, shall de
posit with the .-aid C erk :t the dose of
Mie biddin2 the sumi of lifty doi!ns; theo
piu chase to pay for all nceessar- papers.
R. II. JENNI\s
The Equitable
Life Assurance~S ociety
o(<the United States.
Th mnanagemeni of the
Eqbe L ife As-Inrance ocit y -
in up ~rt ia i desirous of sec'tr
Sing theC cervice. of a mna* c. -
Sac:er and abity to repnresee. its
l interest witho Wis-)ro -s 'rd
quarters. Th ritrb~t man" wi be
ibor.ughly. ed ucaed in thec scenec
sof life insurance and the art of
@ but-'n'ss or professin not re
quiring~ cap.ital WVhich is molrt; :
mn::ive than a life agrecy
-, condtiLed wihh en~ergy a.'d abil
Sit'y. C~orresi:ondence ir b men
v.who de-ire to secnre permanent
9 emnployment anid are ambitions to
attain prominen:ce in th prefs
ston is in vi ted.
WJ. .J. 'tOiMtEY, Mr-..
3-19-3m Rock Hill,3 .

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