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I L9C.IL INTELLIGENCE. ~
B Wednesday, Ang-ust 22. : : : 1894.
I MAIL COLLECTIONS.
I Letters will be collected from the
1-tter boxes at 11.20 a. m. and 9 p. m.
V gjing south, and 5.30 p. m. and 9
p. id. going north.
^ Saturday, lSth August?F. W. llabeuicht.
Cotambi* Female College?Rev. Jm?.
wr A. Rice, President.
J A Reason Why?Carolina Buggy
Co., Yorkville, S. C.
Letiers of Administration? S. R.
Johnston, Judge of Probate.
Uocal "i let*
| ?School trustees who want teachers
' should write to A. Y. Milling, School
J ?The Fairfield Rifle Guards provided
a spleudid hash diuner at Monticello
and netted about 812 thereby.
?Alcohol lias advanced five cents
per gallon at the dispensary. The sale
of 80 pir cent One X liquor is on the
?Tbe work on Mrs. Lizzie Stevenson's
house is progressing very well.
The chauge in construction will make
a great improvement on the old building.
^ ?There will be a series of meetings
at Mt. Moriali Baptist Church, beginr
ning at 8 o'clock p. m. Sunday, August
26th. The pastor will be assisted by
the Rev. Manning A. Connors, of
Rochester Theological Seminary, New
^ ^ ? Sheriff Ellison has been trying the
6i*periment of feeding the prisoners
on -watermelons. They are having a
regular festival in jail. Some fellow
in jail said he could get more water
*1 ~M nnf. nf a
melons in jau tuau uc VVUIU Vv*w ?
certaiu patch. lie is in for discovering
the color of the meat of a certain
Itch on hnman, mange ou horses,
dogs and all stock, cared in 30 minutes
by Woolford's Sanitary Lotion. This
never fails. Sold by W. E. Aiken.
I druggist, Winnsboro, S. C. *
The Cotton is Coming.? Bagging
~ and ties are rolling into town. Cotton
is not far off. "We learn that it is
opening fist in the sandy land below
We Will Not Starve.?The merclmits
of this town purchased last
week from Mr. T. W. Lauderdale,
agent for the Liberty Mills, 475 barrels
of flour. This is the largest sale we
have heard of lately.
Greexbrier axi> the Boro.?On
Tuesday evening Greenbrier played
Winnsboro No. 2 on the green. The
score stood 4S to 12, in favor of the
Boro. Greenbrier did some good
playing. One inning, however, they
put three men out at first base. Come
again, bo vs. we like to see it.
' Mistated.?We are in error as to
r Mr. Jno. W. Lyles vote in tlie uounty
Convention "->ucermng nominations by
. - the Sligh convention. Mr. Lyles did
not, as chairman, care to rote unless a
tie came. He was opposed, and so
-was his club, to any nominations at all.
We cheerfully make the correction.
Returned to Texas.?Miss L. W.
Elliott has started on her way to
Huntsvide, Texas, where she teachess
in the the Normal School. She will
visit the family of Col. McMaster in
Columbia, and will spend a few days
in Atlanta. From there she goes directly
Brain workers will find Johnson's
Aromatic Compound Cod Liver Oil,
with Iron, Quinine ami Strichnia, a
nerve and brain touic of unusual
merit; medical science produces no
better. Winnsboro Drug Store. *
Going to Berlin for a ieak.- i
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Abell sail from
New York oo the 23rd inst. in the
Augusta Victoria, ot the AmericanHamburg
line of steamers. They go
direct to Hamburg and will study
music under the eminent teacher Barth,
* in Berlin, for the ensaiug year. Mrs.
Abell's mother, Mrs. Mary V. Rion,
will accompany tbem.
fet The Governor and the Atkinsons.
^? ?Governor Tillman has written to
parties in Ridgeway concerning the
merits of the case against the Atkinsons.
In consequence, a delegation
**- - the
familiar vvuti wua me i?v.
case went down on Friday to give the
facts in the case. The Governor is
evidently giving piompt attention to
the case and his decision may be giveu
sooner than the people expect it.
Pawnee Bill.?The News and
Herald his beard from Pawnee Bill
and his Wild West Show. We re^
ccived a pamphlet from him mailed at
Antwerp in Belgium. The postmark
is dated Antwerp, August 5, 1S94
The stamps are of different colors, one
green on pink ground, one dark on
-white ground arid one buff on white
ground. It took ten cents to bring
^ the pamphlet. We will preserve the
stamps as a curiosity.
Disappointed.?There was a great
many people in town on Friday. They
came on account of the hanging. Some
from the neighborhood of the murder
heard at Ridgeway that the Atkinsons
were ie?pited for thirty days, bnt came
on out of curiosity. Many others
knew nothing of the postponement
and expected it to take place that day.
It was generally known, however, or
there would likely have been n"x or
seven hundred people here.
Kenneth Bazemore had the good fortune
to receive a small bottle ot Chamber
la:.u?s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhtea
. Reinedv when three members of his
^ -fomJiv were sick with dysentery. This
ft one sinal! bottle cared them all and be
W had some left which he gave to Geo.
W. Baker, a prominent merchant of
^ this place, Lewiston, N. C., and it
cured him of the same complaint.
t When troubled with dysentery, diar\
rhcea, colic or cholera morbus, give
^ this remedy a trial and you will be
* more than pleased with the resnlt. The
praise that naturally follows its introduction
and use has made it very popalar.
25 and 50cent bottles for sale by
all drnggists. *
Highest of all in Leavening Powi
A Request.?The Methodist graveyard
has been lately cleaned off and;
improved, and we are requested to
ask all persons who own cattle or j
stock of any kind to see that their!
stock does not get into this yaad.
"We have heard that cows have been
put in there and left. Of course this
surely is the work of some trifling
boy ieft to mind them. We feel certain
that no responsible person would
allow the graveyard to be used by
their stock if they knew it.
Johnson's Magnetic Oil, horse brand,!
a Tintrorfni liniment esneciallv pre-!
pared for external use for persons ami
all diseases of horses and cattle. $1.00
size 50 cts., 50 ct. size 25 c(s. Winn<=boro
Drug Store. *
Miss Sallie Wright, of Augusta, is
visiting her mother, Mm. John G.
Miss Maggie Aiken is visiting relatives.
Mr. Williams, of Angusta, is visiting
at Mrs. Juo. G. Mobley's.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. J
There will be a meeting of Horeb
Democratic Club No. 1 at Horeb
Church on Friday, 24th inst, at 3 p. m.
A full meeting is requested as busiuess
?f importance will be transacted.
T. B. McKixstry, President.
. - TTTrmr i
Attention, Jeairnem u^ui vig^wus.
There will be an extra meeting of
yoar company at Lebanon Church on
Friday, August 21, at 2 o'clock p. m.
A full attendance is requested as business
of importance will be transacted.
By order of Captain.
Edwin S. Stuart,
There will be a campaign meeting at
Longtown on Wednesday, 22od inst.
There will be something to eat on the
ground?(hash and bread) furnished
by the Ridgeway military company.
The members of the Longtown club
are called to meet on Monday, 20th, to
make the necessary arrangements.
The s-peaking will take place at Cool
Spring (Jenkius\) e. p. j.
DEATH OF AN INFANT.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gooding have
the sympathy of the entire community
in the loss of their infant daughter
who died on Monday morning about
5 o'clock. It was not quite a week
'old. Hie remains were interred at
the A. R. P. Church at o o'clock on
For the State Convention.
The following electors have been pnt
forMi by the Reformers in this comity
to be voted for as delegates to the
State Democratic Convention to nominate
a State ticket:
\V. J. Johnson, U. G. Desportes,
M. M. Ciinkscales, Vv. L. Rosborough,
Jno. W. Lvles, T. W. Traylor, U. D.
Richardson, S. R. Rutlaud.
"I know an old soldier who had
chronic diarrhoea of long standing to
have been permanently cored by taking
Chamberlain's Colic*, Cholera and
Diarrhcei Remedy," says Edward
Shumpik, a prominent druggist of
MinnMnoHs. Minn. "I have sold the
remedy in this city for over seven years
and consider it superior to any other
medicine now on the market for bowel
complaints." 25 and 50 cent bottles
of this remedy tor sale by all druggists.*
There will be a meetingof the White
Oak Democratic Club on Thursday,
the 23rd inst., at 3 o'clock p. m., sharp.
A full attendance is desired.
A meeting of the White Oak Alliance
will be held the same evening at
5 o'clock. Every member is requested
to be present.
J. II. Neil, Secretary.
Xewbcrrv College offers a scholar
ship, covering all tuition fee?, to some
worthy young: man of this count}*.
The other expenses of a ning months'
session, including board, ro&m, wash
iag, etc., wiil not exceed $75.
The terms of the scholarship and
otl'er needed information will be given
on application t? the president ot the
college, (jr. \V. Holland, Ph.D., D. D.
jScwberrv College is advertised in
our today's iesne.
Waffiiitl Fitting School.
'ni ~ TT\ftii?rr <s(>linnl i.ffcl'S
i ut; iiwui'iu vising ??
every county a scholaiship covering
tuition only ($40) for the year 1S94 9o.
| The examination is competitive h?s?I
will be conducted by the sclnol commissioner
at every c urt house 011 Sep
teinber 15. Examinations include
quest 1 >ns on geography, United States
history, English grammar and arithmetic
Applicant to be over fourteen years
old and of good character. Applicant
standing second will be considered i.s ;
an alternate. For particulars address
A. G. Rembert,
Spartanburg, S. C.
Having the- needrd merit to more than
make good ail the advertising claimed for
them, the following four remedies have
reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. King's
f.w pAnenmr^fiAT) PAIKTIK
i> ew JL/lH'VVriJ, JLVI WMOui^^wiV*^ wv.n..v
and Colds, each bottle guann teed; Electric
Bitters, the great remedy for Liver,
Stomach an<i Kidneys: Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, the test in the world, and Dr.
King's New Life Pills, whicn are a perfect
pill. All these remedies tre guaranteed
to do just what is claimed for them and
,the dealer whose name is attached herewith
will be glad to tell you more of them.
. Sold at McMaster & Co.'s Drugstore* *
Johnson's Oriental Soap is far supe.
rior to all the other so-called medicinal
so&ps for beautifying the complexion.
Winnsboro Drog Store.
1"" * V - .3'. ,>
*r.?Latest U. b\ Uov't Keport. ;
A LANI) MARK REMOVED.
There was 110 more familiar figmej
in the town of AVinnsboro than that of i
Dr. J. R. McMaster, Sr. There was
not- a mm in the couniy who knew i
him hut nras ftlw.ivs gr]ad to see him I
""" s'%,w " ^ ? .. -J - o
and enjoy a pleasant chat with liirn.
lie was universally esteemed by his
acquaintances and beloved by his
friends. But he is gone from our
midst. For some months it was seen
that it was quite an effort fer him to
walk, he would stop and rest, and his
friends knew he could not last long.
He had been confiued to bed, however,
only for several weeks, gradually
sinking until he passed away quietly,
peacefully and in full possession of
his mental faculties on Monday at
1 o'clock a. m.
Dr. Wc taster was in his seventythird
yenr at the time of his death.
His wife preceded him to the grave
several years. He leaves eight children,
three brothers and a host of relatives
and friends to mourn his loss.
He graduated at the Charleston Medical
College and practiced medicine
until after the war, when he devoted
most of his time to the drug business.
We extend our sympathy te the sorrowing
relatives and friends.
The funeral services were conducted
at the A. 11. P. Church by Rev. C. E.
McDonald at 0.30 o?clock Mondayafternoon.
J. IIEXDRIX McLAXE DEAD.
J. Ilendrix McLane died at the residence
of Dr. V. P. Clayton, in Columbia,
on Tuesday, at 4.20 p. m. He had
been lying ac Dr. Clayton's for six or
eight months. As all our readers
know, Mr. McLane*oncc lived at Feastervillc,
in this county. lie was a
strong Hampton snpporter and stood
as a Democrat until about 1S8S, when
he turned Greenbacker and ran for
Governor. His political career is fresh |
in the mind-; of th i people of Fairfield, j
He was defeated, and afterward-? s-tud-1
ied I'or the minis-tr, in Boston, but
could not follow that ])?ofcs>ion on
account of his ill-health.
lJis liist wife was a daughter of Mai.
C. W. Fawcett. of this county. His
sccoml wife was a Mis* Anna Friend.
His remains were sent lo Feasierville
on Wednesday where they were laid
to vest. The following gentlemen
actcl as pall-bearer.-: W. H. Brown,
W. F. Tarrar, V. P. Clayton, T. J.
Harper, G. W. Coleman, J. E. Frost.
THE ATKINSONS RESPITEDThe
following document was received
by Sheriff Ellison from the Governor
The State of Sooth Carolina.
By his Excellency B. II. Tillman,
Governor and Coinm&nder-iii-Chfcf in j
and over the State aforesaid.
To all and singular Ju ices, Sheiills, ;
Constable?, and other officers of justice,
in said State, greeting:
Whereas, at a Court of General Sessions
and Common IMeas, begun and
holden in Fai. field County, at February
term, 1893, before Juttee Wallace, one
Jasper Atkinson and one John Atkinson
were convicted of murder and was
sentenced to be hung on the 17ih day
of Augnst, 1894.
Now, know ye, that, for divers good
causes and considerations me hereunto
moving, I have thought fit to respite
and by these presents do respite the
said John Atkinson and the said Jasper
Atkinson until the 21st day of September,
Given under my hand and the seal of
the State, in Columbia, this fifteenth
dsy of August, in the year of our
Lord one thousand ei<*ht hundred and
ninety-four, and in the one hundred
and nineteenth year of the Independence
of the United States of America
L>. 1?. Tillman.
By the Governor:
J. ?. Tjxdal, Seen tarv of State.
On Thursday evening our reporter j
took passage with Mr. J. E. McDon-1
aid, -who was going down to Maj. i
Woodwards at his invitation through j
our columns. We both concluded that
as he had called for help to remove
those melons that we would do a
neighborly act. After we arrived at
the Majors we were curious to see
how the Mongolian pheasants were
doing. We saw thirty, they were in
three families, they arc being eared
for by the ordinary hen, will run about
the place, fly over the garden and
come back to the hen just as though
she was the parent bird As they
grow older they become wilder and
are much shyer the older they get.
Two Dhcasant hens Lave laid 100 eggs
this year and next year Major thinks
he will have four or five hundred eggs.
He proposes to turn the pheasants
over to those who will care for them ;
and protect them and thus scatter them j
over the county.
The guests soon commenced to roll
in the yard and ere long the "looked
for assistance" was on hand. We all
enjoyed the treat greatly. Mrs. Wood- J
ward entertained the ladies in the
house and Major the gentlemen in the
yard, me me;ons were mm anu uiu
appetites were tine, judging from the
amount of rinds when Ave left it.
We discovered that the number of
rinds left by the ladies outnumber
those left by the men about 40 per
cent, although there were more men
present. Everyone enjoyed the occasion
extremely but none more than
Mr. and Mrs. Woodward.
| English Spavin Liniment removes
! ali Hard, Soft or Calloused Lump? and
Uletnishes trom norses1 isiooa cpavms,
Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, Ring-Bone,
Stifles, Sprains, all Swollen Throats,
Coughs, etc. Save $50 by nse of one
bottle. Warranted the most wonderful
Blemish Cure ever known. Sold
by W. E.Aiken, druggist, Winnsboro,
What stops Neuralela? Dr. Miles' Pain Pills,
i - ^i >
SX IT TO A FINISH.
Dr. Sampson Pope is in the gubernatorial
fight to the last. In accordance
with the intention expressed in a
recent interview he has issued an address
to the Democratic voters of the
State calling upon them to vote generally
at the primary and asking his
friend-s to select and elect Pope de!egMte?.
The following is Dr. Pope's
To the Dcinf cratic voters of South
At the primary, which comes off* on
the 2Sth t<t August, you are to vote lor
delegates to tli.: convention who will
von* lor Governor, Lieutenant Govcrnor
ami other ^late officers. The
tinn' is short for nominating in each
county delegates to represent you in
that, convention. It is attempted to he
held that these delegates must (Ilea,
pledge on or before the 18ih inst. You
have but ?o refer to the rule on the
subject made bv the Democratic Executive
Committee to see that this is
not to be done. While S: Candidates
for the General Assembly and for
county officers shall, ten days previous
to the primary election, tile with the
chairman of the County Executive
Committee ; pledge in writing to abide
by the result of the primary and sup
port the nominees of the party Candidates
fur? thtv offices shall file such
pledge with the chairman of the State
Democratic Executive Committee. No
vote for any candidate who has not
tviri< ii>)5 rnl<? filial 1 be count
Now, !his refers to candidates for
cou::ty and State offices and not for
delegates to the convention who an?
not officers of either. Bv no strained
construction can it be made to applyto
I say to my friends all over the State,
select "in each county a list of delegates,
vote for them and elect them and their
votes will be counted in the convention
or I will know the reason why. |
The voice of the people cannot be
and shall not ,be stifled. Forty thousand
Reformers did not vote at the
recent primary. In not voting they
put their feet down on "rings" and ou
the 2Sih of this month they will speak
at the polls in further condemnation of
Go to (he polls on the 28th, cast your
votes and see that they are counted ami
within five days after the?lection let
the de-legates gel their credentials
signed by the respective county Democratic
chairmen ntid forward to the
??* ihi? Shin f), nioeratic Ex
ViJun in *" '? --
ecniive Committee at Columbia, S. C.
Coliin.b>a?S. C., August 10,1894
lielicf in Six Hours.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder
diseases relieved in six hours by the
"New Great South American"Ivid- j
key Cure." This new remedy is a
great surprise on account of its exceeding
promptness in relieving pain
in the bladder, kidneys, back and
every part of the urinary passages in
male or female. ItNrelieves retention
of water and pain in passing it almost
immediately. If you-want quick relief
and cure this is your remedy.
Sold by W. E Aiken, druggist, Winns
boro, s. t;
flhamterlain's Eyo and Skin Ointmeat
Is a certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes,
Granulated Eye Lias, Sore Nipples, Piles,
Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum and Scald Head,
25 cents per box. For sale by druggists.
For putting a horse in a fine healthy condition
tiy Dr. Cady's Condition Powders.
They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure
loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correct
kidney oisorders and destroy -worms, giving
new life to an old or over worked horse. 25
cents per package. For sale by druggists.
My boy was taken with a discue
resembling bloody flux. The first
thing I thought of was Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoci Remedy.
Two doses of it settled the matter and
cured him sound and well. I heartily
recommend this remedy to all p<*r>on3
suffering f.oin a like c< mplaint. I
will answer any inquiries regarding it
when stamp is euclo?ed. I r.fer to
any county official as to my reliability.
Win. Roach, ). P., Primroy, Campbell
Co., Tenn. For sale hy all druggists.
A Million Friends.
A friend in need is a friend indeed, and
not less than one million people have
incf cn/>li n fri??7ul in T)r TTinp's NVw ?
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs, and
Colds.?if you have never used this Great
Cough Medicine, one trial will convince
you that it has wonderful curative powers
in all diseases of Ihroat, Chest and Lungs.
Each bottle is guaranteed to do all that is
claimed or money will be refunded: Tiial 1
bottles free at McMaster & Co. 's drug store.
Large bottles 50c. and $1.00. *
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
liucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter. Chepped Hands, Chill jlains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or 1:0 pay required It
is guaranteed to give perfect > tisfaermn,
nrmoney refunded. Price 2.'< ";nt>- o^i
box. Fur s:i!?* hy Vov-^er & ( '*
For Over Fifty Years
Mns. WinsIjOw's Soothing Stucp has
been used for over fifty years by millions
of mothers for their children while teething
with perfect success. It soothes the
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, and is the best remedy
for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little
sufferer immediately. Sold by Druggists
in every part of the world. Twentyfive
cents a bottie. Be sure and ask for
' Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
take no other kind. o-Jfifxly
NThen Baby was sick, we gave her Ca^Sorla. ,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave thera Castoria.
I THE STANDARD. |
T ^ ^
| durang's ?
I Rheumatic RemedvI
fins sustained its reputation for 18 years
> as being the standard remedy for ttie
quick and permanent cure of Rbeuma
? tisra, Gout, Sciatica, etc.. in all its forms. +
It is endorsed by thousands of Pbysi- +
+ cians. Publishers and Patients. It is Q
purelv vegetable and builds up from tlie *
4 first dose. It never fails to cure. ^
Price is one dollar a bottle, or six ^
$ ]>ottks for five dollars. Our -10-pagc Pam
palet sent Free by Mail. Address, +
| Durang's Rheumatic Remedy Co. |
1316 L Street,Washington, D.C.
$ Durang's Liver 1'illsn.TC tile best on
y < ?: ,!>. T:u*y a<-t v.-illi an ease that makes Y
I'.: : i :i liottsohol-l blessing.
Y r^::: cs cr; rr?. soz. or 5 eoite:: rc^ 51. T
^ rcri t:tzz et decggists. ^
JACOBS' PI1ARMACY CO.,
Wholesale Agents, Atlanta, Ga.
B. J. QUATTLEBAUTVI, D I> S.
WItftfrBORO ,?. C.
VICTORS are S1
The standard price of Victor Bi<
and Victor riders arc guaranteed against
NEW YORK. CHICAGO.
flK r aH v puuranteed to cure all nerve
sr ~5C?j wB Power, Headache, Wakefuli
Wf X) eQ ness,all drains and loss of p
g r-?f ? lun/ by overexertion, youthful <
yf g ( .ittfimL ulants, which leaato Intirnil
iBFc 1 vest pocket, sxperoox, o
m\ ?<yt^ltlTC ? written guanmtc
iMWttwMBWwBhTiil<^tr ?rr'"" A*k for it. taker
B30MAXl)IFl5aiI5lMjV in plain wrapper. Address Si
For sale in tVinnsboro. S. C., l-y J.
This week I have opened
as Blue Ser^e, Solid Black Law
coes, White Quilts, Ladies' Und<
Also something cheap in White
Ladies, Here is
One case of Fine Ribbons t
To Arrive in a
Big job in Ladies' Fine Dr
see them. Nothing have ever bee
GENTS, when you want
Vest, remember I have them
J". Li. Mm
(J. D. WILLIFOBJ
WOOD'S * PHOSPHOPXNE, ]
The Great English Remedy.
Promptly and permanent- ^
1 y cores all forms of Nervous
BL, Weakness, Emissions, Sperm.'
HST^S. ?H tw otorrhea. Impc tencv and all r>
CTH /f *C effects of Abuse or Exaesses. ">
v\r oK f~J Seea prescribed over 35 T
>r^v years In thousands of cases; \
nN?bw? Is the only Reliable and Eon- 1
Wmimr lA "*t Medicine kncncn. Ask 10
II II ^ aKiM^BJrngglst Xor "Wood's Pbos- pf
Before and After fhoddte; If he offers some c
ccjorc ana Ajier* wortUeM medicine in place
3f this, leave his dishonest store, inclose price in j <
letter, and we will send by return mall. Price, one
package. $1; Blx, $5. One Kill please, six Kill cure, *-1
pamphlet lnplaln sealed envelope, 2 stamps: (1 (
Address THE WOOD CHEMICAL CO., ftl
. 7 131 Woodward avenue, Detroit. Jllch. ,
FEMALE COLLEGE I
COLUMBIA, S. C.
FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 27,1894.
Twelve departments of instruction, i
Able faculty and distinguished corps
of lecturers. Work thorough. Spirit
progressive. Elective courses. Heading
rooni3, libraries, fine telescope,new
chemical and physical apparatus. All
rooms carpeted, well furnished, and "\
lighted with gas. Open fire-places. .*
Hot and cold baths. Health unsur- ^
passed. Thorough course in instrumental
and vocal music. is]
For catalogue and -other particulars, it<
REV. JNO. A. RICE, D. D., ?n
A Reason Whv ca
You Should Buy the Celebrated a
CAROLINA BUGGY." _
Bodies.?Frames made of best white
ash, mortised and put together by a 5
pattern, thoroughly glued and screwed.
Panels of the celebrated Blue Iiidge
Mountain n..j.lar, put on in the most
appro' '- i manner, using mitre corner,
besi .wodle glue, screws and plugs.
Bodies are swell sides and centres, thus
combining symmetry and strength;
" * lwWf.Ntv* f A mtra I
panels UIICK at uuuuiu uvuui
sarv strength and thin at top to make
the* body "light. Top edge of panel ~
covered with light, neat, oval corner
irons to protect and strengthen the ,
panel. Bottom edge of body rounded
oil", so that the varnish can flow off
the panel around under the body and
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LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIKFIELD.
V R. JOHNSTON, Esq., Probate Judge:
TJIIEREAS, R. II. JENNINGS,C.C.P., I
r V hath made suit to me to grant him
tters of administration of the estate and
frets of Miss Mattis Gaither, deceased :
These are, therefore, to cite andadmtnh
all and singular the kindred and
editors of the said Miss Mattie Gaither,
'oeaseu, mat iney utr aiiu apjjcai wrre
me, in the "Court of Probate, to
5 held at Fairfield Court House, S. C.,
) the 27th day of September next, after
iDh.jation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
renoon, to show cause, if any they have,
hy the said administration should not
Given under my hand, this *7th day ol
ugust, Anno Domini 1894.
S. R. JOHXSTON,
8 18 .0 Judge of Probata. J
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
y S. R. JOHNSTON,Esq., Judge Probate
T7HEREAS, Miss JULIA FRIPP hath
' T made suit to me to grant her letrs
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th day of August, after publication here,
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8 1 ltd Chra. Bd. Co. Com.
i ' STATE OF SOUTH CAlluLlNA,
COUNTY OK FAIRFIELD.
COl-IlT OF COMMON PLEAS.
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Wallace P Whitmore, Phillip M Tabb, J
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David Ilatzburg, Harry Ilarzburg and
Leopold Fleischer, copartners, trading
as J Haizburg &, Co, William Morse
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William Morse & Co, William Gans,
Charles Gans and Max Gans, copartners,
tradins: as Gans Brothers, Wil
liam E Tefft, E Gmwold Teffr, George
C Clarke, John N Beach and Martin
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L W Fleishman, L Z Morris and S A
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man, Morris & Co, Thomas D Stokes
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Fiies, Henry E Fries, J W Fries and
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II Fries, Henry Jacob* i* ?i \) B Sachs.
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Frank D Weylman and Howard L
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William T Buckley, Charles H Wabb
and William E Webb, copartners,
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Edgar P lleed aud Joseph Farley, copartners,
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II Read Simons, R A Pringle, Robert
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Crews & Co, M Ilornick and S Ritten
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Michael Schloss, William Schloss,
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Abraham Kirschbaum, S;mon Kirtchbauru,
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Samuel Strouse, Leopold Strouse, Benjamin
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& Co, The Dixon Bartlett Co,
M R Willifoid, Thomas II Kelchin,
Alexander Williford, Quay D Willifoid
and Wade II WiMiford, Defend
To the Defendants above named :
You and each of you are hereby summoned
and roquired to answer the com
plaint in this action, which was filed in
the office of the Clerk of the Conrt.of
Common Pleas for Fairfield Cannty, on
the lGth day of July. A. D. 1894, and to
serve a copy of your answer to the said
complaint on the subscribers at their
offices at Winnsboro, S-C.. within twenty
d-a)s after the service hereof, exclusive
of the day of juch service; and if you
fail to answer the complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaiutifF in this action
wili apply to the Court for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
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~ CLERK'S SALE.
STA'E OK SOUTH CAROLINA,
county of fairfield.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Fannie C. Clark, Plaintiff, against Jas.
(!. Ilerring, William A. Clark an I
James A. Clark (the last two bnh
individually and as Executo-* of
llenrv Clark, deceased), W. Clark,
t :Z? Oah.a nu..u vr ?nu-i
John Clark, Katie Csark, James
Clark, Junior, W. II. Clu k aud Jno.
15. Clark, Defendants.
IN pursuance of an o?der of the
Court of Common Pi<a-, made in
the above stated ca^e. I vviil offer for
sale, be for? the Court Ilou-e door in
Winn*b.>ro, on the
FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER
next, within the legal hours of sale,
at public outcry, tt> the highest bidder,
the following* described properly, to
1. The Tutnipseed place, said to
contain Three Hundre d <\ndTet Acres,
and bounded on the r.on.u by iasds of
Dr. John Wallace, east by" lands of
Stephen Gibson's estate, south by lands
of Joseph Freshley, acd we?t by lands
of Dr. John Wallace.
2. The Chappell place, said to *011tain
Six Hundred Acres, more or les3,
and bounded on the north by lands of
Dr. Jno. M. Glenn, on the east by lands *t~
of Stephen Gibson's estate, south by
lands of James A. Clark, and. west by
lands of Dr. Jno. Wallace.
Terms of sale:
Cash, subject ta the following provision:
That it the Defendant Jas. C.
Ilerring now in possession, shall in
writing acknowledge himself to be a
tenant ot the purchaser for the remainder
of the year 1894, at a rental
sufficient in amouut to pay -ill the taxes
assessed against the property for 1894,
then neither he nsr his tenants *h*il be
disturbed in their u*e and ??*^ation
of the premises until the eni ! tha
present year. The ?itr?JuMr t? pa,y
far all njecessarv pspew.
Clerk's Office, U. . J^. P. O.
Winnsboro. S. C.,
August 10, 1894. S-lltd
State of Soutii Carolina, \
County of Fairfield. )
T>Y virtue of an execution h) me di
D rected in the ease hereinafter
mentioned, I will offer for sale en the
FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER '
next, at public auction, before thi
Court House door in YVinnsboro, ia
the County aud State aforesaid, within
the legal hours of sale, for cash, the
following described property:
All that piece, parcel or tract of
land, lying1, being and situate iu the
County"and State aforesaid, known as
the Tura'psoed place, said to?contain
Three Hundred and Ten Acres, more
or less, and bounded on the nortd by
lands oi Dr. John Wallaoe, on the
east by iauds of the estate ot Stephen
Gibson, deceased, on the south by
lands of the.estate of Joseph Freshley,
deceased, and 004&0--wfiat.b? lands of
Dr. John Wallace.
All that laiece. parcel or tract of
land, lying, being and situate in the
Couuty and State aforesaid, known as
the Chappell place, said to contain Six
Hundred Acres, more or les<, and
bonnded on the uorth by lands of the
estate of Dr. John M. Glenn, deceased,
and by lands of David M. Glenn, on
:he east by lands of the estate of
Stephen Gibson, deceased, on the sooth
by lands of James'A. Clark, and on
the west by lands of the estate of Dr."
John M. Glenu, deceased.
Levied on as the property of the
estate of H. Clark, deceased, by whom
said lands were devised to James A.
Clark hereinafter mentioned for life
with remainder to other persons, at the
suit of Samuel R. Johnston, as Probate
Judge for Fairfield County, iu said
State of soma Luirouna, nuucutf
against W. A. Clark and James A.
Clark, each in bis individaal capacity,
and the said W. A. Clark and James
A. Clark, as Executors of H. Clark,
Terms cash. wa
B. E. ELLISON, 3
Sheriff'a Office, S. F, C. rX
Winnsboro, S. C., Augast 10,1894.
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