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NEWS AND HERALD..
PUBLISHED TRI- WEWLY
Uw8 AND HERALD OOMPAN1'
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VVINNSBORO, S. C.
Thursday, December o2, 1898
IT IS NOT LAWFUL.
In the last issue of THE NEWS AND
HERAJ.D Mr. Jno. M. Gaydeu inquire I
whether or not a magistrate had an
thority to tax costs against a prose
ctor where a search warrant is issued
by the officer. The question is a legal
one, but we shall answer it according
to our view of the law. We apoligize
to Mr. Gayden for not having replied
in our last is&L3, btt the failure to
notice his communication was due to
the absence of the editor.
His question is best answered in the
language of the Statute. Section 8, of
Act No. 297, Acts of 1897, entitled
"An act to provide f;or the appoint
ment of magistrates and to define their
jurisdiction, powers and duties," readR
as follows: "The magistrates now in
office, or hereafter to be- appointed,
shall receive annual salaries in lieu of
all fees and costs in criminal coses or
proceedings, payable quarterly by the
Counto Treasurer" &c. (Italics ours).
In the -ame act the amount of salaries
is stated, but as that is irrelevant to
the .inquiry farther parts of tho act
need not be quoted.
It is, therefore, clear that, issuing a
search warrant being a criminal "pro
ceeding", the magistrate has no power
to tax casts against the prosecutor in
stich a proceeding, because the law
says: "The magistrates now in office,
or hereafter to be appointed, shall ? e
ceive annual salaries in lieu of all fees
and.costs in criminal cases or proceed
ings," (Italics ours). .
The same Act after fixing the sala
ries of the several magistrates for
Fairfield County provides: "Each
magistrate shall have the power to
appoint one constable, who shall re
ceive fifty dollars each per annum in
lieu of all fees and costs in criminal
cases, except the constable in the
Seventh Judicial District, who shall
-receive seventy-five dollars, and the
constable in the Ninth Judicial Dis
trict, who shall receive seventy-five
dollars." It is, therefore, obvious
that the constable is entitled to no
costs in a search warrant iproceeding,
it being in the nature of a criminal
POLl1rICS AND POVERTY.
THE NEWS AND HEEALD has more
than once pointed out that t oe man who
toes into politics generally comes out
if not a panper, at leaqt very little bet
ter off thin when he started. On
several occasions instances of this
have been given. A few days ago,
the press despatches said that LeRoy
* W. Maudlin had committed suicide in
New lork State He left a note to a
-frend siating that "his son is sick in
bed," and his "wife in absolutely des
titutc circumstances," and as a last
request he begged his fr i'end to send
her ten dollars. He further stated, '-I
shall have to be buried by the authori
- - ties, as I have not one cent."
This man was aot 62 years old,
and was Horatio Sey mour's clerk.
"He became populor and was elected
city treasurer" (Utica, N. Y.); and
"was prominent in Domocratic poli
tics" in Michigan to which State he
moved, and was appointed postmaster
by President Cleveland.
The venerable Mr. Edr.' een wrote
in this paper once that his o.,ervation
was that a man generally gets poverty
out of politics. They seem to go hand
GEA~rrEVILLE COUNTY has one man
who bas made a return under the in
come tax law of this State, aa~ that
man is Mr. J. L. Orr. It would be
in~teresting' to know how many such
returns are made in the State. We
* should not be surprised to find that
Greenville stands alone in this dis
tinction. For the information of
those wto may be inclined to give
Fairfield t he distinction we shall give
the substance of the law. The tax is
as follows: Between $2,500 and $5,000
a year, 1 per cent; from $5,000 to
$7,000, 14 per cent ; $7,000 to $10,000,
2 per cent; $10,000 to $15,000, 24 per
cent; $1.5,000 and over 3 per cent.
Those liable to the tax shon~d bave
made their returns by the 20th of
For the comfortlof the secretive, it
may be also stated that County Audi
tors are forb'dden to mnake known the
amount or souree of such income.
How many such persons are there in
REPREsENTATIVE BAILEY is a little
too "biggety" in trying to hit a lick
at Joe Whceler.
- Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rhenim,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chillhlains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tiOne, atnd pomitively cures Piles, or no
- pay required. It is gnaranteed to save
-perfect satisfaction, or ur'oney refund'
ed. Price 2.5 cent' per box. For slt
by McMaater Co.
AN IN~TERESTING PAMPHLZT.
An A ccount of a Celebration of Hack's
Defeat Held in York County Over Fifty
To the Editor of the News and
Courier: Recently Representative R.
A. Meares, of Fairfield, kind[y pre
sented me with a pamphlet, which I
not only prize, but which is of so
interesting an historical character that
I cannot resist the desire of writing
some account of it.
The pamphlet is entitled "Proceed
ings of a Celebration of Huck's Defeat
at Brattonsville, York District, S. C,
July 12, 1839." it was published by
request of the committee of arrange
ments. From it we learn that the
originrator of the celebration was Dr.
John S. Bratton, who owned the field
of Huck's defeat, and was the son of
Colonel William Bratton, the Revola
tiowary warrior, who was one of the
leaders at this battle.
About 1,500 persons attended the
celebration, among them four military
companies. The crowd marched in
procession fr-m Dt. Bratton's house
t the battlefield, accompanied by a
band of music.
Among the leatures of the celebra
tion was at fine barbecue given by Dr.
Bratton. The leading feature of the
celebration was an oration by Colonel
W. C. Beatty, which is given in fall.
In language appropriate and graphic
he told of this battle, and his account
was full and interesting.
No one can read this oration with
out a Ithrill of patriotic feeling, and
we ot Carolina can feel proud that
such an engagement took place on our
soil-an engagement between 75 patri
ots on one side and 400 British cavalry
and a large number of Tories.
The former gained a glorious victory,
and this victory gave inspiration to
the patriots. Speaking of this engage
ment Colonel Beatty well said:
"Who would not rather be the
victor oii such a field than to have
gained those of Agincourt and Cressy?
They were fought for empty fame
this for liberty and political existence."
Another featurc of ine celebration
were toasts to the memory of the Rev
olationary soldiers, and the names of
'he soldiers are given.
It is interes:ing to look over these
names; among them we find that of
There were four survivors of tbis
battle living at the time of this cele
bration. The toasts to them was as
"Henry Ray, Jonn Waliace, Francis
Wilev and William Carson-On this
spot 59 years ago they battled for
their country's rights. how proud to
their hearts the recollection that they
have not lived and fought in vain."
Before receiving this valuable pam
phlet from Mr. Meares I was ignorant
of its existence, and I presume but
very few copies can now be found.
We cannot help but wish that there
were more men in *Suth Carolina
like Dr.' Bratton, who rould get up
such celebrations as the interesting
one held in 1839. *
Ramsey, Privateer Township, she
cember 3, 1898.
It does not require an expert to de
tet the sufferer from kidney trouble
The hollow cheeks the sunken eyes,
the dark, puffy circles under the eyes,
the sallow parsnip-colored complexion
A physician would s.sk if you had
rheumatism, a dull pain or sche in the
back or over the hips, stomech trou
ble, desire to urinate often, or a burn
ing or scalding in passing it; if after
sing there is an unsatisfied feeling
. if it must be at once repeated, or if
the urine has a brick dust depot-it or
When these symptoms are present,
no time sh'>uld be lost in removing the
Delay may lead to gravel, catarrh of
the bladder, inflammation, causing
stoppage, end smetimes requiring the
drawiig of the urine with instruments,
or may run into Bright's Disease, the
most dangerous stage of kidney trou
Dr. Kiimer's Swamp-Root, the great
discovery of the eminent kidney and
bladder specialist, is a positive remedy
for such diseases. Its reputation is
world-wide and it is so east to get at
any drag store that no one need suiffer
any length of time for want of it.
However, if you prerer to first test
its wonderful merits, mention The
News and Herald and write tolDr.
Kilmer & Co , Binghamton, N. Y., for
a sample bottle and book telling all
about it, both sent absolutely free by
A * ' Made a
THE .HAY of OMe.
GRAT as'a -
RENCH REMEDY produces the Lbove result
Va-icocdle, Failing Mem'o,7. Stops all drainsan
lsses caused by e.xcrs of youth. It wards off In
sanity and Consumption. Young Mecn regain Man
hood and Old Me-. recover *t u~hn: Vigor. It
gives vigor and size to shrunken, organs, and fits
a man for business or narriage . s.!y carried iu
.he vest pocket. Price ~fj ('6 Boxes $a.g.
by mail, mn plain pack- .U~ a g e. w it h
written guarantee. DR. J RAT O1AIA. Paris
Sold only by J. J. OBEAR, Drug
gist, Winnsboro, S. C.
TR ALE N'S FOOT EASE
A powder to be shaken into the shoe.
At this season your feet feel swollen,
nervous and damp. If you have smart
ing feet or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot
Ease. It warms the feet and makes,
walking easy. Cures swollen and
sweating feet, blisters and callous spots.
Relieves cot n. and bunions of all pain
and is a certain cure for Chilblains and
Frost bites. Try it TO-DAY. Sold by
all druggists and shoe stores for 2-5c.
Trial package FREE. Address, Allen
S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
Shake Into Your Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the
feet. It cures painful, swollen, smart
ing, nervous feet and instantly takes
the sting out of corns and bunions. It's
the greatest comfort discovery of the
age-. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight
or new shoes feel easy. It is a certain,
cure for Chilblains, sweating, callous,
tired, aching feet. Try ic TO-DAY.
Sold by all druggists and shoe stores.
23c. Trial packatge FREE. Address,
Allen S. Olmnsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
simiating the~ood an'Gitu
Eggi theltomachs andl~owes of 1sr
Opmur'nMo)rpbhn A-0r t i
'NOT NARC OTIC.
A1m in Sol+
Aperfetemedy for Constipa-.
tilon, so ur.Stomac h. Diarrhoea,
ness andsLOSS OF SLEEP.
yacSimle Signature of
EXAC-r CoPYOF WrRAPP.Rt
To RAISE SUPPLIES Fon T3IE MT.NICI
PAL YEA COT3IENCIG APRIL
11898, AND ENDING
ARIL 1, 1899.
Be it enacted and ordained by the
Intendant and 4 ardens of the town ol
Winnsboro in Council met, That for
the purpose of raising, supplies for the
year commencing April 1, 1898, and
ending ArM 1, 1899, a tax for the
sums and ~In the manner hereiifter
mentioned shall be rased and paid
into the t reasur of said town for the
use and service thereof. That is ow
ive~sor inl Counclret, That ever
thelparoste veof angsle ad ptr
sendil prilr 1,ithin ta cororate
sumst aof the twn ofannbhreo
meTione hallo be aid and ever
io the streetsur of said town fr~
uset f sse and sep hro.al under
tive Ordia shallem poin er
dollaoinge ale oidf a fndea ade
limit ote owdnd ofve :in , Uni
Ted llates torren ad byioa bank
mAl inaxes hreino thsedw all bin
dbordoabl between th of eigte (18:
anfifove 0)bearstn ind he 1st day
oang sr idt o thed to dyn. an
treslo ther assee anod pyovi udeb
thw, tOgetherc sihall begaid ith
oowin Cname tis the first ay
r ohe: old aNdovebrc, nin
edSatescorrni and tonandei ban
(SAl)ae hunred asnd inety-ni
of November tathen copthe sea
of Janaof the9 sad Town taouncie
Jaro, 1899 shal ber cofe bynis
tre s Cteiasd now prvied
pl , oranges, wihaloegcots.
FancyLaoe F Ngvae10.ber An.
[eaed urets 10c. perlb nt-ni
FancyEvaportPahe, cororae sea
NewCrof then aid Town Council
N. C. ackwh aS.lor Et. perANb
JA. . IL LerIfncil
Aplest Orages, Cooutnresed
anhey noiferdis to. paer Ian.
tor ihn udaersg, andalc. peer sons
Seldng Rlaimss aat sacd pertt lb.
Fequnce Etoporaedea he, du~lb.eso
Note Cnrsiged.a 2~.pr
SALL OFRSOUTH INDEBTEDNA
the stat f JaesTuEqrobar, dcase,
7HRAR .Mareshrb oiidt math paye
totth e unetond gand all petersos
hdingstraims ofgthenstat sad efetstar
oreed torse theaeduyaesd
tohe alundrsigu rth inrd.n
eased,3tha hyb Adnitatoer.be
Loet.tersnte or offmiisrateio
liato hJereof, at A. o'caock Inthae
sori20 ome tso grs, fanth hm eo
wh h adadministration eshoul ad effet
e raeditr.ftesi Fe ~rgs e
ceased, tundey handhs1 dapa bof
oeeembe, innoh oini of898. tet
,hed a Firfel Crt HouS.TN,
12-20.rdda2 o Judgyext frte.ub
CON' ra ORKC.,
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SOUT HERN RAILWAY.
Central Time ietycen Columbia and Ja
sonr*me. Eas/tern Time Betwoem CO
Eicctivo JUly 6, IS3.
.No. 38 -No. 33
Northibound* Daily. Daily.
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Savannah .......... .. 12 08p 1120
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Ar. Spartanburg, So. R7. 2 8 5 11
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Graniteville............ 19P 30 15P
Trenton ....... .---.
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"Chester...... .... .......,-~7
"Rock Hill...... .........26
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Danvllo........ 2.. 851p 1 5pa
.Ar.lehmnd ____ 6 00oa p 245p
62 p 980p
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Phiadephi.........5 'p 5 0a
Baltmore........ 9 2p G 28 a
Lv. Wslx'tn, So Ry . 0 4p 713 I3
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Rocknvill................120 11 1 15p
A.Rchmon ................l6 40a 6 257p
Ar.. Wa~ingo...........1161 422. 85
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"Trieo i...............B10 15 2 5a
" New Yrk.................153p 80a
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L" Piadepa...............1 40 63 l 50p
Lv. Wash'to, S.G....... 10 P 43 00 a
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arrieingnt daily passengr reviceastwee
S'loida andxm Nw: Yo rk. as b1.tc
Nos. Z7Iand 38-Wahntnadlonthern!
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lomte. drawtlh -rom sleeping c ewe a b
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Eqbuitabs orpfessranc nociety
qing eserital ofic is manf chr
aciuerandilit toa lieresencit
iterestd wih Winnsbry ad had
th'. orghly duce ith ncie
o dife tnsuracend te art o
s eucicful soliiig ar mTeres to
buieF or profeo3 o e
munera~z tivetha aier lnif genc
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of ho~ dte:--irc t G.ar permatntev
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A.S . .. iDODEYSS.,
F17 tor Sale.sooS.C
TAX NOTICE. I
Taxes will be due and payable from
the 15th day of October to the 31st
day of December, 1898
The tax levy for State purposes i6
5 mills; for ordieary com::vy purposes
I mills; for pa1t indebtednes, 1 mill;
for school purpoes 3 mi-li; making a
toal levv of 13 miib: o- 1.e taxable
property of this county. Tu-e ii in
adIditionu to ibe foregoiniZ: ;pecial tax
for schloou pu: poses of 2 m!!- in No. 1,
NO. 14, No. 17, No. 18 an:i N .. 25,
making a total of 15 minI:s in those
school districts, and a spe::ial sC1o:
tax Gof1 mill i:: N. 19, n El :1 ttal
of 14 minls in it.
There is also a ti:x of rn-: d.1 i on
each male citizen between n; : of
21 and 60 years, cxcept -, i - , are
disabled or are made exeme o aw.
Taxes are payable ii ! fl-.-ing
kinds of funds and no 'ber: Gold
and silver coin, Unite.i S a e, cur
reccy, national nank nots ;,:;,I cou
pons, which sihall becone doe and
payable during the y a- 1898 nti the
consolidated bonds known as ' o .-,"
bonds and the bonds of this State'
known as "Blue" bonds, uu.d ary
other State bonds which may be i-sued
by authority of an Act of the General
Assembly, the coupons of which are
by such Act made receivable for taxes.
It may not be amiss to remind the
tax payers that when thl time for
collecting taxes withont penalty closes,
the present incumbent will sur render
the office to his successor and that
neither he nor his successor can aid
those who are not up to date in paying
their taxes, and to suggest that e
rush begin as early as the 15th No
vember, instead of as heretofore on
the 15th December.
Wicusboro, S. C., 6 Oct., 1898.
PERSONS INDEBTED TO ME
for an-; of the above stock since last
spring and giving their no'es for same,
said notes falling due on the first of
October and the first of November,
1898, will prepare to meet the same, as
prompt payment will be required.'
STILL A FEW
Buggies. ON HAND.
COWS and CALVES.
I still have a '.few on hand. I will
pay the highest cash price for r oor
cattle if healthy an~d young.
Winnsboro, S C.
Porto Rico lola eS
Captured by the First S, C. Regiment
at the evacuation of San Juan.
FRESH CUDAHY HAMS. ALSO
FRESH GROCERIES' OF ALL
KIND, AND CHEAP.
-PRSOR IPTION -
Said to be a
PRICE, 50 CENTS.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Florence G. Feasler, Executrix of the
last will and testament of T. D.
Feaster, deceased, vs. George T.
Sims, The Winnsboro Bank, Robert
L. Martin, and Thomas R. McGahan
and James Dillingham, as copartners
under the firm name of T. R. Mc
Gahau & Co.
IN pursuance of an .order of the
ICourt of Common Pleas, made in t
the above stated case, I will offer for
sale, before the Court House door in
Winnsboro, S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY
next, within the legal hnrs ot sale, at
public outcry, to t.ne idgbei b~dder,
the f.ilJowingt de-cribt a propei ty to
(1) "All that tract or p"rcel of
land lyitg and being in Fairfi., d,
County aud State of South Caroius,
known as the Home place, and form
erly belonging to Col. John Dawkins,
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFtY-.
FOUR AND A HALF ACRES,
more or less, and bounded on the north
by Havne McMeekin's land; west by
land of the estate of William F. Pear
son, deceased; and south and east by
the main public road leading fron t
Huey's Ferry to and through the vil
lage of Monticello."
(2.) "All that other tract of land
lying and situate in the Countyof
Fairfield, in the State aforesaid, con
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN
more or less, being bounded by lands
of Burley and Roberts, Jerry Thomp
son, Hayne McMeekin, the Pearaon
lands and lands of Mrs. Gus Dickprt
and estate of Charles Coleman, a,-!
TERMS OF SALE.
'One-third of the purcbase-money
to be paid in cash on the day of sale,
and the balance thereon on a credit of
one and two years, in two equal an
nual instalments, with interest thereen
from the day of sale, payable annually
until the whole debt and interest be
paid; to be secared by the bond of the
purchaser and a mortgage of the
premizes sold, or all cash at the option
of the purchaser, and the purchaser of
each tract to pay for all necessary
papers, and for recordiog their respec
Sold at the ri:-k of the former gn
R. H. JENNINGS,
Dec. 10,h, 1898, C. C. P. F. C
LI MI T ED
time we are prepared to
These WAheels are in
No. 1 Condition
and are offered at reduced
prices, being shop worn.
JORDAN & DAYI.S
As protty a Stock of Goods as,
.has ever been brought to
Consisting in part of Rogers&
Bro.'s celebrated plated wares
-Ladles, Knives, F o r k s,
Spoons, Carving Sets, &c.
Handsome China Cake PlatesI
Berry and Salad Dishes',
Vases, Cracker Jars, &c., &c.,
and invite an inspection of
them at your earliest conve
C. M. CHANDLER
MONEY TO LOAN.
On farming in da. Eatsy paymenia.
No cotumissions barged. Borrower
ps actual ce t of perfecting loan.
nterest 8 per cent.
JOHN B. PA LMER & SON,
. Columbia, S. C.,
or A. 8. & W. D). DOUGL ASS,
10LA Winabhnen-S . (
STA rE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAlnFIELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
usan A. McMeekin v..;. William D.
Davis, in his own .right, and a- Ad
ministrator of the estate of Joseph
K. Davis, &ceased, Fannie C.
Powell, The Winnsboro Bank and
The Farmers and Mechanics Bank,
of Columbia, S. C.
IN pursuance of an order of the
L Court of Common Pleas, made in
he above stated case, I will offer for
ale, before the Court House door in
Vinnsboro, S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY
text, within the legal hours of sale, at
)ublic outcry, to the highest bidder,
he following described property, to
All that tract or parcel of land sita
6te in the County of -Fairfield, in the
tate aforesaid, a little south of the
rillage of Aonticello, containing
NNLE HUNDRED AND TWENTY
keres, more or less; being thesame
ract of land conveyed to Joseph K.
)avis, deceased, by John Bauskett, by
leed dated the 4th day of April,
861, and recorded in Book WW, page
!46, in the office of the Register of
Aesne Conveyances of Fairfield Coun
A, and described in said deed as
,ounded on the north by lands of
rhomas Bell, William Blair, E. F.
yles and the said Joseph K. Davis;
>n the east by lands of Joseph K.
Davis and Jonathan Rabb; on the
iouth by lands of Dr. Thomas Forman
ind John Willingham; and on the west
by John Bell, John Willingham and
rhomas Bell, the present boundaries
Af the said land being more partica
arly indicated by the plat made by
Edgar Trapp, Surveyor, on the 25th
day of August, 1898. The said prem
ises t': be first offered for sale in sepa
rJe tract or parcels as indicated on a
plate thereof made by Edgar Trapp,
Sarvevor, on the 24th and 25th An
g-ua, 1898, which plat is filed in the
office of the Clerk of the Qourt in the
record of this cause, and will be ex
hibited on day of sale; the bids of the
highest bidders for said separate tracts
to be accepted by the Clerk condition
ally, that is upon condition-that. the
premises when sold as one enttre tracs
as hereinafter directed, shall bring less
than the aggregate of the amounts of
the highest bidi for the tracts as offered
separately. Azid when all of said
separate tracts or parcels have been
offered for sale and knocked down to
the highest bidders therefor condition
ally as above set forth, the said Clerk
shall cff!r the entire premises, made
up of said parcels en masse, as a single
undivided ursct. If the aggregstb of
the amonts o; the highest bids bid
for said :racts or parcels offered teps
rately shail cxcecd the amount bid for
the entire premises as a whole, then
the Cleik shall, upon compliance with
the terms -of shie, execute to each of
the respecive purebaers for said
separate tracts a deed for the tracts s
separotely sold. But if <he amount
bid for tbe ec ire premises en masese as
a single tract shall exceed the aggre
sate of the amounts of the hignest
bids offei-ed for the said premisetas.
conditionally sold in separate tract, -
then the said Clerk shall executea
deed to the ers' ire premises to the hiigh-' '
est bidder for thle taptire .tract, and tbe
bids for tha'tract& as offered separat
ly shall be wholly disregardea1 (Plat
of said land can be seen iu Clerk' s'
office .at any time before sale dayf
dsrd)TERMS OF SALE.
One-third& ot the purchase-money fo
be psid iimcash on the day of sale, the
balance ai tw~o equal annual instal
ments from the day of sale, withbin.
terest from t~e day of sale at eigh~~
centum per annout to be secure~
the bond of the parcenaser or purchas
ers and a mortgage or mortgages of
the premises sold, or for all cash at the
opuion of the purchaser or purchasers.
The purchaser or purchasers to pay for
alt necessary paper~s. And if the pur
chaser l ails t.o compiv with the terhs
of sale, the Cler k shdil resell the said
premises on the same or some succesd-e
ing r a'esday on. the same terms with
out further application to the Court,
and at the ris ot t he formier purchaser.
R. H. JENNINGS,
Dec. 13:b, 1898. C. C P. F. C.
THE MOaT MODERN SEWING
MAChINE OF THlE AGE, EM
BRAK ING ALL OF THlE
LATEST I MPHiOVE
Range of Work,
Old Sewig MW:hines taken in ex
Dealers wanited in unoccupied terri
ory. Correspondence solicited.
. HI. DERBYSHIRE,
iPBE L BUIL DING. 1I1CHMOND; VA 2