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8? A. liltOWK - - - Editor.
"Wednesday, Ootober 9, 1895.
X?EN AND SOISSOllOUAPHS,
Darlington has sont a carload
of lino tobacco to tho Atlanta Ex
Fayottovillo is going to try a
?80,000 cotton factory on tho in
Col. John J. Dargan' has sold
his intorost in tho Sumter Free
man and retired.
Col. Ham, the noted Georgia
lecturer and humorist, will be at
Darlington to-morrow night.
Col. Black has beaten Tom
Watson for Congross in tho 10th
District in Georgia for tho third
Tho Consuls'at Foo Chaw, Chi
na, havo called for warships.
Powder and lead will soon settle
that racket with China,
Mr. J. D. Haynesworth. a pop
ular young man in Darlington
society, died on Thursday last
after ail illnessof several months.
Visitors to tho Atlanta Expo
sition say ^outli Carolina has al
ready a creditable exhibit with
daily additions that will place her
in the lead.
The grand jury of tho District
of Columbia surprised some of
tho denizens of that province the
other day by recommending tho
whipping post for Avife beaters
and potty thieves.
Flammarion, tho French as
tronomer, accounts for the execs
sive heat of September by the
statement that for two hundred
years there has never been such
a cloudless September.
Tho latest combination on foot
is a proposed combination of tho
great millers of thc country to
restrict the production and put1
up the price of Hour. This might
bo called a grinding monopoly.
Mr. Samuel Gompers, one of
the boss Knights of Labor, who
has just returned from Europe,
is convinced that the A mei
W?rkiVi?ui i? . a hoi lei' ediuli?'.ni
than tb . I'lugli.-li w?tkiVitni], ami
. iiuh\ uv ?v?-.i Ui1u>v a -vj. '\I'
v>e (VuguS'la Chi''?''"'
i ?JU j us at the-way yiri! tor? uro
trotted. Ice water 10 cents,
cigars, .;0 conts ead'.- hoer 10,
sun \\\ i< lies 15, and $1 foi a ti mik
from the depot. Thoj vol?' I.?
IrootCi? thal v. ay if thc io] at
the y i? lorin ? [ot?l
1 ??uvtiu?r J iv niim i..
A youri/.! gcntlcti ?gi tit church iii
ceived a most < !:i uid sudden
sion for a yciuo^j lady in tho m :<
and felt desirous ot uiifering iii rion ri
shin on tho spif.: but tho ph
suiting a formal declaration, t
fency suggested the following |
Io politely handed his fair neig ;
Bible open with n pin stuck ii
following text :
Second Epistlo of John, vcr
"And now I beseech thee, lady, n il . .
though I wrote a now command tue ti I
unto theo, but shat which wo had Lom
tho beginning, that wo love ono an
She returned it with the following :
Second chapter of Ruth, 10th verso;
"Then she Jell on her face and bowed
herself to tho ground, and said unto
him, Why have I found grace in thine
eyes, that thou shouldst talco notice of
me, seeing I am a stranger?"
He returned the hook, pointing to
the 12th verse of the Second Epistle
ii John: "Having many things to
unto you, I would not write with
and ink ; but I trust to como
? lind speak face to faco."
? hove interview the marx
i i k phi the following week.
teoynvf ol' '?jilr?tunl Strength.
'i i i ?c is a book to bo read qui
etly, thoughtfully, and desires God?
ward, for the illumination of tho Holy
Spirit, every day. It is the sourco of
spiritual strength, the Divino manna
for the soul, It \u tho guido of our
steps, tho lamp for our path, provided
by tho Creator of our souls. Itgiv<s
peace, serenity, so necessary to tho
performance of duty. It contains tho
nighest knowledge and wisdom, and
mokes men intelligent and sagacious
ns no no othor book does or can. It is
tho strong consolation of mon in a
world where Divino discipline is ad
ministered ; w li ero loss, sorrow, sick
ness and death are constantly present.
Clear seeing and right thinking mid
lofty ideas and desires aro promoted
by tho Bible. Head every day in faith
and love, as a messogo hom God to
tho reader, as a lit'.io child reads a
beloved father's letter-it will givo all
that it promises.
THE WHISKY FIEND.
A YOUNG LADY'S ESSAY ON THE
EVILS OF INTEMPERANCE.
A Strong Appeal to Her Sex In ll din If of Tom?
peroneo-Tho Young J.nillos Called on to Do
nounco Drunkenness In Young Mon hy Kon?
Association-A School lilrPs Vie wu on Whot
Cousin utos a llnpp)' Domestic Fireside.
Intemperance is the most de
grading and destructive yice.
Tho lirst instance of drunken
ness recorded on the pages of
history is found Genesis ix; 20,
21 : "Noah began tobe an hus
bandman, and he planted a vine
yard; and he drank of the wine,
and was drunken." It may seem
quito strange to somo that Noah,
a man so much favored by Iiis
Maker, would stoop to such
depths of degradation; but, as
we have no evidence that such
a thing as wine was known be
fore the Hood, it is very proba
ble that Noah was entirely iguo
rant of tho strength of grape
juice. We suppose that before
the Hood grapes were eaten as
Had4 not christianity made
such rapid progress as intem
perance, since tlie time of Noah,
at present the world would be
almost a perfect paradise. If all
the money spent for whisky was
placed in tue treasury ot tile
Lord, and used for the advance
ment of His kingdom on earth,
the whole world would soon be
christianized, and tho cold and
hungry would be made comfort
Some may argue that liquor is
a good thing in its place. Very
true. Satan is a good thing in
his place, but he won't stay
there. "Ile is always going
about like a roaring lion seeking
whom he may devour." There
are men, from the grandest aris
tocrat lo the poorest wretch in
his humble cabin, who aro con
quered by this great monster of
Tue law-making power of the
world is a mass of corruption.
It has long been lighting against
temperance, because a majority
of its representatives are disci
ples of the rum saloon. To every
man who is working with all his
might for prohibition, there are
th roo "th'"'-, working aga i us'I
.i'll), THO Iii!:?.?, ?Ijlg I'M.'ii ;i re dillly
i --i ii tiding i ho?r hard cami uv .< for
j'/..iK.'iiio.i^ liqui'A'v.' W-M?OJ? not
only roi) (hem of t?t?lr money
I ?hrt rt iii :).o\vn '.heir v.'boh- ;:V??
tem, but rob them of eternal
rest. "For no drunkard shall
inherit the kingdom of God."
Will a wise man toil day after
day, enduring so great fatigue
;md all the extremes of the
weather, spend his salary for a
! liquid to poison his soul and re
v ;ce his own family to starva
? ?on? Nay; "Wine is a mocker,
I whosoever is deceived there
I is not wise."
eware of the first drink, for
so-called social glass lins
lin ed many a precious life. A
. ' g man starting out in life,
< iscious of the sure destruc
tiliat awaits him, will be
. ' ' . < asily coaxed into taking a
?ocia I glass with his jolly com
iii<.:is, never realizing that he
; , wading through his mother's
j ] >\ ors down to eternal punish
Iment. Oh, how Sa toi ii laughs
when he sees a promising young
man of good standing in society,
the pride of his family, enter a
barroom and there find a man
waiting to sell him a iluid to
poison him soul and body !
I some times think that our
young ladies-I. will not include
all, as there are a great many
exceptions-are to a great extent
responsible for the downfall
of our young men. Some, for
fear they will make enemies
among the gentlemen and a prob
ability of a life in celibacy, will
not even speak their own minds.
But it is much better to be a
homely spinster than to live in
luxury with a dissipated man.
Perhaps one will say, "Mr. A. is
so jovial when he has had a
drink." If that young man
hears of that remark he will al
ways seek the society of that
girl while under the influence of
liquor. If he does not respect
her and himself moro than
that, he is not worthy of a decent
girl' s notice. There are com mu
ni ties where if a young man goes
into the society of ladies while
under the influence of strong
drink he is considered worse
than a bruto. O would that it
were so everywhere. If every
girl would resolve not to associ
ate with intoxicated swells, there
would bo fewer drunkards,
fewer tears shed, and fower
hearts crushed by drink iiends.
Another may say, "My fellow
is not so bael; ho takes his ?'litas,
but I love him and can* ( gi vi;
him up. I'll marry him, v<?fono
him and AVG will br linroy."
But, alas! nine times ou' ol' ten
ho loses the little foo! in?; la- had
and goes down to the dugs, drag
ging ti heart-broken wife AV Uli
him. It is as gross folly' Cor a
girl to marry a djiuiikard willi
a hone of reforming lum, as lor
tho clove that married ii; vul
ture. When she retiroved iii fa
for his filthy habitua gay)) her
a stroke with his b<>aK aMffl a
clutch with his claws, leaving
the poor little thing li iel ess.
"It is nothing to mc, tho beauty ?aid;
As sho carelessly todBed lier prof rmi. '
You may think it is nothing
now, but when you ?IM linked
to a rum jug, withnell .-pa of re
lease till death, it will bo some
thing. Marriage without regard
to moral character is tho weak
est foundation on winch n girl
can base her hopes for future
Imagine a cheerful yu mu:
maiden, whose heart lias i|.e,vor
known sorrow or pain, woo I hy
a hot-breathed villain, who, by
his many promises to r >i >raa
wiii3 her heart and hand Hiei
wedding day dawns bi ig I j .. ad
fair, and amid the od a of t-He
most fragrant ilowers, tia ru.' ?10
of line garments, the music and
laughter of friends, the alar
man solemnly pronom - ( la
one. They settle dow ii iii th
cozy cottage, and the young u i fe I
looks forward, to tho fului
nothing but happiness ii iii) pros j
peri ty. But what a cha ago in a
short while ! The once '
husband turns out to In n cl hui]
ard, the bridal wreath lo Ul >h
and thistles, tho hue rob . I o
tatters and rags, the laugh) ; 1
moans and wails; and. at ll?.e
midnight hour, tho neglo? : il
wife in solitude paces tile il
awaiting the staggering sh \..; of
him who lies unconse . its i i
barroom, on the street, - ii i, .
neighbor's ditch. COM! look
down and pity such a hume !
? would that all won i .
would have a happy ;fuest?c
fireside, would arouse ;< lld > .o; k
for the temperance eau ,' : a > it
has been truly said thal tim
hand that rooks th?oredle rules
idvn world. IS?ieh K rife w lio fads
this ina y nsk : "What titiuj, a j
la.'i i;lcss areal ?''ti, do fO)?twM?
j j *' i., i a1''- i'?. .^va ii;) WhttY \\:< J'ii} :
1)6 w Ita ?voa aii!, U?sy.'ev.ei little
ii l??j l)e. ISu true chusuan
will sit with hands folded in
idleness and see the whole world
threatened with ruin. Tlure is
something for yan ia
everybody else t I !
ing more, we c:
out, show on wi ,
and light the
prayers; for prajoi w ike
weapon with which we can ever
meet an enemy. Let us not feel
that we aro alone in ourcoiubat,
for above is One who has prom
ised to give us whatsoever we ask
through faith in His name.
Tatum, October 18i)?.
Antidote for 1*O?MOII Ivy. ,
A friend who is very susceptible to
poison oak or ivy, and who lins sniffer
ed terribly from it, tells mo that the best
thing he lins found is tho tincturo of
grindelia. Dilute it with about three
parte of water and hntho tho affected
purls. It should he applied as Boon
ns tho irritation is felt, and before the
characteristic pustules nppenr. Ap
plied at this time it will prevent thc
formation of tho pustules, and goon
check the irritation. But if not ap
plied until tho pustules nppenr it will
only prevent tho formation of new
pustule, and thus cheek tho spreading
of the affection to other parts; tho
pustules that aro already formed will
si m ply take their courso without
spreading. Tho diluted tincturo
should be applied to tho affected parts
ns often as two or three times every
hour.-Kural New Yorker.
Of all mean things gossipping is the
meanest, yet Ibero aro pcoplo who
mateo a regular habit of it. They
make it their daily business to find out
everybody's business and then trot
around among their nei> V, >r
givo it away. They tell nh .1 ij
and a great deal they don't 1
Tho habit isa dreadful bo ri ?ii lu
great deal of hann is do' ?vi
who indulge in it. They o it wo
why it is they are not visia :
bors and aro kopt nt a dis' (?KV. I be
good name of many a you,;;: girl, iii
a character as puro and i iiules
snow-tinko from heaven, ha? been
ruined by these coutetuplible
A NICK LINK OF STA I'iVN Dil Y
J\ GOODS and NOTIONS, ii. P \, -Mc
Old Colonial Poetry,
Tho stone on which our colonial
pootry wtvs founded was frigid as an
arctlo bowlder; thcro was no molcou
lar motion to give out light and heat.
Of what kind is tho verse that was
produced? Doos lt movo us? ls lt
poetry? Howover Ano tho cast of
individuals, thc effect of a perpetual
contest with tho elemental, often
sinister, always gigantic, forces of
a new continent would bo so adverso
to art, so directly in thc lino of no
oessity and temporal gain, as to
stifle their poetic fire, to develop a
heroism that was stolid and unim
aginative, to mark persons and .com
munities with sternness and angu
larity, loading thom to a homely
jvnuge of venues, not wont to esteem
Ibo ideal at its truo worth. * * *
There cunio at last u timo when tho
nation felt itself in vigorous j'outh,
: nd bogan to have a song. Some
few original notes wero heard
among our pipings. * * * In an
isolated country of established
growth and quality, a native genius
soon discovers his tendency and
pepper field.-E. C. S tedman. j
Read with Your Imagination.
The only valuable kind of study
ls to read so heartily that dinner
v \ mo comes two hours beforo you ex
1 > ct it; to sit with your Livy before
y u und hear thegcoso cackling that
- :ved tho capital, and to seo with
>ur own eyes thc Carthaginian sut
lers gathering up thc rings of tho
Hornau knights after tho battle of
' ..nnao and heaping them Into bush
el.;, and to bc so intimately present
iii tho actions you aro reading of,
that when anybody knocks ut tho
door it will tako you two or thrco
sv eonds to determino whether you
?iro In your own study or in tho
lins of Lombardy looking at Han
nibal's weather-beaten face and ad.
.?iring tho splendor of his single
Tho farmers of tho South under
stand that the rise in tho price of
cotton is a temporary improvement
brought about hy thc shortness of the
crop; Restoration of bi-metnllism will
i ing about a permanent improve
. ininti and that is what tho farmers of
[his country aro working and voting
Cliamborlntn'o Eyo and Sltin Ointment
Is unequalled for Fczoma, Tetter, Salt
i!bonni, Sonld ??onil Boro Nipples, Chapped
Hands, /tolling I'iU-, I him.?, f'Vost UUeu,
? Iii ronlo Sore Kvo - ;n-.tt < riuitiiiitcd liyo 1 kl>\
For ?ale by .hiig.;'--t;-. ni VA cent-; per bo:..
For (Muting ;i Ww. in ? i'm< lwa.lt hy (ott
dltioii Pr. (.'ady'ti ('midie M Powders.
They tono up lim tintern, aid digestion, euro
loss of appetite, relievo constipation, correct
kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving
now lifo to nn old or over-worked horse. 26
cents per package. For salo hy druggists.
SI M M o ?a s
Aro you talcing SIMMONS LIVER Risa
UIJATOR, tho "KINO OP LIVER MEDI
CINES?" That is what our roadors
want, and nothing but that. It is tho
Bamo old friend to which tho old folks
pinned their faith and wero nover dis
appointed. But another good recom
mendation for it is, that it is BETTER
THAN PIM.9, novor gripes, never weak
ens, but works in ouch an easy and
natural way, just like nat uro itself, that
rollcf comes rm lok and sure, and ono
fools now all ovor. It nover fails.
Everybody needs take a Uv or remedy,
and cvoryono should tako only Sim
mons Liver Regulator.
l?e sure yon get it. Tho Red Z
is on tho wrapper. J. IL. Zcilin &
T ADIES, WILL YOU HAVE A
1J CORSET that fits or a corset that-V
Tho Foathcrbono corset fitR. A 50 couts
ono hts ns well ns a $1 00 ono. Tho dif
foieneo is in tho quality of tho material. I
also have tho Ladies Roform Waists. Try
a Foathcrbono just once.
MRS. L. LEOG, Bolo agent
for Bonnottsvlllo, 8. 0.
RY GOODS, HATS, CAPS,
Hoots, Shoes, Clothing
t tho LOWEST PRICES for CASH at
C. S. MCCALL'S.
Roptombor 13, 1895.-5t.
CANE MILL!', and EVAP0RATER8 by
0. s. MCCALL.
Soptombor 13, 1895,
STATIS OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Marlboro. - In Hie Court of
C. S. McCall, A. J. Matheson and J.
N. Drake, Trustees, and Mary M.
Henegan, and Sarart N. Matheson,
Assignees,-Plaintiffs against W. D.
Evans,. T. S. Evans, li. E. Evans,
Bank of Marlboro, the Imperial Ferti
lizer Company and others, Defend
ants.-Judgment of Forclosure and
"1PN obedience to the judgment of lore*
?lt closure and sale in the above said
action rendered and filed on the 7th day
o? June, A. I). ]895, I will sell at public
outcry before the door of the court house
for the county of Marlboro, during sale
hours on salesday in November next, the
following tracts ot land situated in the
county ot Marlboro in the State aloresaid
and described in said mortgage as fol
First. AU that tract of land contain
ing Three Hundred Acres, more or less,
bounded by lands of the estate ol J. K.
Pegues, by the lands ot the estate of Mary
Strichland, by lands of \V. 1). & T. S.
Evans and by Crooked Creek, this tract
being thc individual properly of NV, D.
Evans, the same that was conveyed lu
him by Z. A. Drake as trustee by deed
bearing date 14th July 1874 an(? record
cd in .Register's office Hook A., page
538, 539 al1ll 540.
Second. AU that tract of land con
taining Two Hundred and Twenty-five
Acres, more or less, bounded by Crooked
^Creek, by thc Stuart tract, by lands
conveyed to \V. J). & T. S. Evans by C
RI, Weatherly, Clerk, known as the
Ervin land, and by the last tract above
described, being the same land conveyed
to W. I). & T, S. Evans by J. K. Pegues
by deed bearing date .J anuary loth 1880,
and recorded in Hook (J. ol deens in
Register's office page 528 and 5'2tl.
Third. Also all that certain othci
tract ot land containing Six Hundred
Acres, more or less, beginning on the
north side ol the mouth ol Crooked
Creek and running then up and along
the Great Pee Dee Uiver to the Midland
plantation line, thence along said linc
to thc first corner from the river, thence
to the corner on the head ot the dam.
thence along the center ot the said dam
lo the under culvert, thence along the
culvert ditch to the terminus of the same,
thence along a line the continuation ol
said ditch to thc run ol Crooked Creek,
rhence down said creek to thc beginning,
being thc same tract conveyed to W. D
& Ti S. Evans by S. \V. Evans, trustee,
by deed bearing date january ist, 1880,
and recorded in Register's office, Book
C., page 604.
Terms ol sale-One third of the pur
chase money cash and the balance on a
credit of one and two years with interest
from day of sale payable annually, se
cured by the bond of the purchaser and
mortgage of the premises, the purchaser
having the privilege of paying all cash if
prelerred. Should any purchaser fail to
or rttu?fQ to lorthwttl co npjy yuh hi1',
bid, tin. land ivill be at 6V)Cii resold ai
l'.tli? i ?si: ol ll)?' lv.n chaser s>o tailing or
ruu.Mii:'. purchasers must pay for till?
deed'.?. ? ' *.
.1. B,'GREEN;'?; >H c.
October 5, 1805?
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Marlboro.-In Court of Com
Rufus M. Pegus and William Wi
Pegus, late copartners in trade under
? the firm name and style of Pegues
Pros,, Plaintiffs vs Walter D. Pegues,
D?tendant.-Complaint for Forclosure
Real Property. /
^fN obedience to the judgment of fore
st closure and sale in above entitled case,
stgned by His Honor, Ernest Gary, pre
siding Judge, dated September 26th, 1895,
I will sell at public outcry to the highest
bidder at llenneltsville, S. C., on thc first
Monday in November next, during legal
sale hours lor the purposes named in said
judgment, all the right, title and interest
ol the delendant, Walter D. Pegues, in
and to his undivided intereset in and to
the lands ol which Mrs. A. O. Pegues,
died, seized and possessed of as fol
All that tract of land lying and being sit
uate in Marlboro county, South Carolina,
commencing on the bank ol the Great
Pee Dee River at a corner of R. M.
Pegues' land, thence east with R, M.
Pegues' line to Wi W. Pegues and Mrs.
C. A. Pegues' land ; thence north with
their west line to W. B. Pegues' line,
thence with said W. B. Pegues' line to
thc land of \V, W. Pegues; thence with
the south linc to the Rockingham public
road, thence down said Rockingham
road, to the place near where the old Par
ker's ferry road intersects thc Rocking
ham road; thence west with the south
line of the estate lands ol R. K. Pegues,
deceased, to the Great Pee Dee River,
thence down said river to place ol be
ginning containing 1,800 acres more or
Also that tract belonging to the estate
of Mrs. A. O- Pegues,1 deceased, being a
part ol a tract formerly belonging to
, Malachi Pegus, deceased, in Marlboro
county, lying on either side of White's
Creek between the old Burnt Mill and
Stubbs' mill, commencing at a stake
marked 3x0 on W. W. and C. A- Pegues'
tract known as thc Brigman corner,
thence easternly to a corner-a pine
marked 3x0 on Stony Hill on the linc ot
W. W. and C. A. Pegues and estate
landsofCuliver Knight, deceased, thence
with the Knight line to a corner beyond
White's Creek, between Knight anti the
estate lands of B. F. Pegues, deceased,
thence west with li, F. Pegues.' line to
thc corner between B. F. Pegues and
thc Burgess land; thence to the corner
between the Burgess and Stubbs land,
thence with Stubbs to White's Creek toa
gum marked 3x0, thence up White's
Creek to mouth ol Spring branch, thence
up Spring branch with R. M. Pegues'
linc to two gums, one marked 3x0 and
the other 3xn, thence northeast toa dead
blackjack mat ked 3x0, thence northwest
to place of beginning, containing 1,850
acres more or less. Terms ol sale--one?
third cash, balance in two equal annual
payments to be secured by mortgage on
the premises sold, or all cash at the op
Mon of purchaser.
J. B. GREEN, S. M. C.
October 4, 1895.
" i' . rp.,,, ,, illili^.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Marlboro.-In Court ot Com
Thomas E. Dudley as Executor of.
the last will and testament ot Christo
pher W. Dudley, dccased, Plaintiff vs
Edward C. Stuart, as Mortgagor, Wil
liam D. Evans and Thomas S. Evans.
as copartners doing business under thc
firm name ct W. D. & T. S. Evans, et
al, D?tendants./-Complaint tor Fore
closure ot Mortgage Real Estate and
"JTN obedience to the judgment ot fore
?ft closure and sale ir. aoovc entitled ??3e,
signed by Hts Honor, D. A. To\vnsehd,
presiding Judge, dated April 23, 189$, I
will sell at public outcry to the highest
bidder nt Bcnnettsville, S. C.', on thc first
Monday in November next, during legal
sale hours lor the purposes named In
said judgment, the following described
tract ol land situate in the county ot
Marlboro, State aloresaid. namely: All
that tract ot land containing Two Hun
dred Acres, more or less situate in said
county and State, and lying on the road
leading from Bennettsyille to Society
Hill, which said tract was conveyed by
Z. A. Drake to sahl C. VV. Dudley by
deed dated thc-day ol ? ? ?*, 1871,..
being part ol the lantl lorm?rly belonging
to-Cen, McQueen, iYjul known as thc
Edens tract, oeginning at a point on W<
D Crosland's land where the big ditch
on the old Thomas tract strikes that line,
thence with said ditch westwardly ?and
with thc old fence road to rUn of Crooked s
Creek, thence up said road to marked
corner tree on the road leading Irom
Bcnnettsville to Gardner's Bluff, thence
with thc eastern line ol the Edens tract
in its various sources td tho beginning
point on W. D. Crosland's land, so as to
include all the Edens tract lying north
of the ditch first named, and thc com
mon usc ot the ditch itselt with tho priv
ilege ol draining, drawing out, deepen
ing, etc., as the various ditches 0.1 said
land and their outlets now stand. For
a more particular description reference
is giyen to thc plat of said land attached
to the deed ot C. P. Townsend to Pres
ton C nrake, dated November 14, 1868,
Terms ol sale-One-half cash; balance
in twelve months, with privilege of pur
chaser paying all cash if - he so desires;
credit portion to be secured by bond and
mortgage on the premises, with interest
annually lrom day of sale,
J. B. GREEN, S. M. c.
October 4, 1895. \,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Marlboro.-In tfi^Court of
Common Pleas.-Judgment Vt Fore
closure and Sale, "
Lauchlin B. McLaurin, Plaintiff, va
Charlotte I. Hodges and John L.
JPN obedience to the judgment of fore?
jjfc closure and sale in this action'rem
lercd and filed on the 26th day of
?eptember, A D. 1895,1 will 00 thc first
Monday of November next, during salo i
iou,rs in front of the door of the court j';
muse of Marlboro county at pubhclauc
ion, sell to the highest bidder ail. tba'
.crt.lin piece, parcel or tract of lari,*} situ?
ned in the county ol Marlboro in thc;
?tale aforesaid, containing Two Hun,
Ired Acres,,-more'bi leas,*' Innntyed ph'-*'"
lu* north by land", ol the estaf?; oi (J, 'U
Emanuel, q\\ the cast bj- landa o|
karoline Emanuel, on the'sbuUvby lands - .
>f the estate ot W. P. Emanuel and on V
he west by lands ot the estate of Philip j
5, Crosland, the said tract being known |
ind designated as tract No, 2 of the
istate lands of Mrs, Mar/ A. Emanuel, J
leceased, and laid oft to Mrs. Charlotte j
[. Hodges as one ot his heirs at lav/ in I
he partition thereot.
Terms of sale-One-third cash and tho ;
>alance ol the purchase money on a credit j
.1 one and two years secured by tfic bond ;
)! thc purchaser and a mortgage of tho
premises with interest from day ol sale
>ayable annually till paid, Purchaser to
>ay for papers. Should the purchaser
'ail or refuse to forthwith comply the
and will be at once resold at his risk
md so on until compliance be secured.
J. B. GREEN, s. M. C. ,
October 5, 18US.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Marlboro.-In the Court ol
A. J. Matheson, Plaintiff, against
Duncan C. Croley and Tabitha Cooley,
VN obedience to thc judgment of fore?
,y*? closure and sale in the aforesaid ac?
ion filed on the 23d day of April A. D, .
1895, I will sell at public auction before
he door ol the court house tor the county
)f Marlboro, during sale hours on the
irst Monday in November next, the fol?,
owing tracts of land situate in the State >
md county aforesaid, to wit:
First, A tract ot land containing
Twenty Acres, more or less, and bound
:d 011 the north and east by P. C. Hen?
cy's land, on the south by the Draughon
and, and on the west by I). 0. Croley's
and, being the tract known as the Ta
jltha Croley land.
Second. A tract ot Twenty Acres bf
and, more or less, bounded on the north
)y P. C Henley's land, on the east by
Tabitha Croley's land, on the south and
vest by the Draughon land, the same
jeing known as the D C.' Croley land.
Terms of sale -Cash. Purchaser- to
>ay for titles. "** 1
J. B. GREEN, s. M. c.
October 5, I895.
THE Public Schools of Marlboro county .
iro horoby ordered oponod Novombor 4th,
Trustees will ploaso take notloo.
CL W. H?ARSEY,
Ootobor 4, 189s.-3t.
ONE AND TWO HORSE PIEDMONT
Wagons for salo, Those wagons aro among
,ho best rando. A*k tho price.
0. s. MCCALL.
Hop tomb or 13, 189 f.
BE 8U11B AND SEK M V 81KHC?J
boforo you buy. P. A, MCKELLAR.