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RATURDAY OCTOBER &o, 4 1878.
Associate Reformed Church-Rev. J.
M. Todd, cloven, A. 31., and half-past
soven, P. M.
Episcopal Church-Rev. J. Obear,
services every Sunday except the 2nd
Sunday of the month; at 11 A. H.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. H1. B.
Pratt, 11 A. M. and 4: 30 . x. Sun
day School 9 A. M. Prayer maceting
Wednesday 4: 30 P. m.
Methodist Church-Rev. W. A.
Rogers, I t A. B1. and 7: 30 r. bt. Sunday
School, 10 A. M. Prayer Meeting oin
Thursday at 7: 30 1-. ,%t.
Sherifl's Sale-S. W. RufI, S. F. C.
Sunmnons-A. G. Brice.
Notice to Creditors-O. I. Thomp
8011, J. P. F. C.
The Davis Sewing Machine contin
uos to give great satisfaction, and Mr.
Bong, the agent for Fairfield, sells a
W. P. Clarke, Esq., 920 Walnut
Street, Philadelphia, Pa., writes: "I
have used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup,
and found it the best remedy I ever
The play, "Still Waters Run De-p,
which was so handsomely rendered en
Wednesday night, gave suci satisfac
tion that numerous requests have been
made that it be repeated. This will
probably be done some evening next
Court opened again yesterday after
noon, and proceeded to the trial of the
case of the State vs. E. W. Ollever,
charged with murder. We shall give
an account of the trial in our next
In the matter of the county officers
who we.e presented by the grand jury
at the June term of Court, the returns
were held sufficient, and the rules or
dered to be discharged on payment of
costs. The case against Captain Clow
ney was continued in consequence of
therdbeing sonic doubt as to the ser
vice of the papers. The case against
ex-Trial Justice Mackey was continued
at the suggestion of Solicitor Gaston.
THE TE \Cmpt.-Tliis is the name of a
now educational journal that will soon
be issued by Eldredge & Brother, of
Piiladelphia. Such a journal would
be of great benefit to the teachers of
Fairfield, as tile newest ideas on edu
cation can be learned in its pages. No
science is more progressive than odu
cation, and the teacher to be successful
must keep abreast of the times. The
ratesofsubsciption for "The Teacher,
will be found In another column.
A RAUE TIEAT.-Professor Jones, of
the Columbia Female College, deliver
ed a lecture in the Thespian Hail on
Thursday nilght to a select and appre
ciative audience. The lecturer divided
his sub.ject into four heads--educatonm
of the mind, of the body, of the morals
and of the habits. For over two hours
ho kept the interest of his audience,
interspersinig son d argument with
amusing anid apropos anccdo0tes. Pro..
fessor Jones undelrstanads thoroughly
the ends and the methods of education.
tihe text books adop)ted by the State
Board for use in the public schools,
quite a nmber of Appleton's publica
tions wore selected. Quackenbhos'
series of grammars and rhetorics, and
Cornell's geograp)hies, are too well
and favorably known to need any
indorsemnent. But Appleton's Readers
have just conmc out, andl it may be said
of themn that~ they arc ahead of all the
other Readers now In the market. The
series is philosophic anld practical, and
not onIly requires thought and under
standing from the pupil, but conltains
very many valuable hints for teachers.
The discussion of the rules of elocution
is complete,.and forms a marked fea
tumre of tihe books. The typography is
all that can be desired. Appleton's
copy-books have sliding copies by
which the last lines on a page can be
fashioned after the copy as closely
na the first. This is a great ad
vantage. Great inducements are
offered to purchasers between no0W and
the first of January. For further
particulars inquire of Messrs. MeMas
ter & Brice.
THE CONCERT.-Thespian Hall was
filled on Wednesday night 0on thle occa
sion of another concert giveni by the
Histrionic Club, tis time for the bone
fit of the brass and string bands. The
programme had beeni carendmly selected
and the plays thoroughly rehlearsed, in
consequence of which tile entertain
ment was a complete success. The
Orst play was "Still WatersRunDeep,'
which, having a somewhat deeper plot
than the preceding plays, afforded
fuller scope for acting. The dramails
persona Ooniist of an old gentleman
quite tUdder the domination of a
widowed sister, who is so,pwhat of a
asrmapant,. nA .oi th uo..a ta b
a husband, his daughter and her' hut'.
band, Johin Mildav, whom, the family
regard as a "flat" aid a "stick," and
the inevitable villain who t rics to
swindle old P1Qtter out of his uonev in
shares in the Galvanic NavigatioU.
Company, and also attomlpts to prevail
on Mrs. Mildmay, who thinks shte is
unhappily married, to elope with him.
The widow loves te villain until she
learns of his perildy in preferring her
niece to lerself, and then has 'quito
a scene with him. Mildmay developes
great sagacity and flrnmleas at the
proper time, and has the villain put in
jail in duo form and ceremony. All
of the charattcrs acquilit(d the mselves
remarkably well. The widoiw was
capitally 'done by the fair debutante
that assumed this role, while the yoing
wife, s'trotig In her inkocemio:a'ud love
for her liusband was caiitally )or
trayed. Mi.0. isAlaV 'Lgo d
f\illy sustained himself as Potic. Mr.
L. as Mildmnay was all that could be
desirM', fulthfully delineatingr the dif
feront phases of 0liractor ,displayed
by Mildmnay. The reconciliation be
tweon Mildmay and his wife was capi
tally done by both. Mr. McC. did Cap
tain lawkesley, the clecky adventurer,
to perfection. Through the whole play
thie interest of the audience was on
chainod, and the curtain fell' amid
The song "Bonita" was well execu
ted by a trio of male voices.
After an intermission for supper the
curtain rose on a roaring farce entitled
"Who Stolo the Spoons?" The play
gave full license to the actors who, by
their ridiculous costumes and queer
antics, kept the audience in a contiuous
roar. After this the young people had
it dance, which closed a charnilug ei
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
PROBATE JUDoE's OFFICE.
WINNsBoRo, S. 0., October 25, 1878.
LL persons having elaims against tho
ai estate of Mary Lathan, deceasod, are
hereby notified that they must present
and establish their claims before me at
my office in Winnsboro,Fairfield County,
S,C., at 11 o'clock, a. in., on Tuesday ti
31st day of December. 1878, or they will
be debarred of payment of the same.
0. R. THOMPSON,
oct 26-xt1aw6w J. P. F. C.
B Y virtue of an exenution to me di
routed, I will offor for sale before the
court-houso door in Winnsboro, on the
first Monday in November next, within
the legal hours of sale, to the highest
bidder, Fon oASH, the following described
property, to wit:
One four-horse wagon and harness, lot
of plantation tools, consisting of plough
stocks, ploughti and harrows, blacksmith
tools, seventy bushels of corn, more or
less, three thousand pounds of foildor,
more or less, eight hundred bushels of
cotton seed, moro or less, four head of
cattle, one half-interest in twelve head of
hogs eighteen bushels of wheat, more
or less, one carrinige and harness, one
buggy andi harness, one twvo-horse wagon
and harness, i,wenty barrels of limo,
houshold furniture consisting of car
pets. ')arlor furnrituro, tables, p)icturea,
&o., bedsteads, an,l one small stove
levied on as the proport,y of Samuel B.
Clowney at the suit of the National Bank
8. W RlUFF,
ShorIff's Office,s. F. 0.
Winnsboro, 8. C.,
October 21, 18 /8.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Court of Probate.
William B Woodward, as Administrator
of the goods, ohattels and credits which
were of Mary Lathan, deeeased, Plain
Samuel Lathan, Robert Lathian, Alex.
Lathan, WVilliam Lathan, Agnes Donly,
Mary Montgomery, Agnes McCarlecy,
Mary Gladden, John Gladden, JTames
Gladden, Wiflliam Gladden and Nancy
Gladden, as Heirs-at-Lawv of,Mary i
than, decased, and Mary Montgo.rgerv
as a creditor of said decnsed, Defen;
dants' -Summons for 'R olief-Coiii
plaint not served,
To the Defendantu--Samuel -Lathan,
Robert Lathan, Alex, Lathan, -William
Lathan, Agnes Donly, Mary Mlont..
gomory. Agnes MoCarley, Maiy Gla.d
den, Jehn Gladden, James Gladden~
William Gladden and Nancy Glaidde'n:
Y OU are heroby sumnmoried ain;d res
quirod to answor the comlalint in
thlis action, which is filed -in the office
of the Probate Judge for tile said
county, and to servo a copy of your
answer to the said complaint on the sub
scriber a6 his.offlee, in Braxgdt's building,
Chester, 0. H., bouth Carolina, within
twenty days after the service hereof, ox
elusive of the day of such serv o;. and1 if
yott fail to answer the. oom plin ithin
the time aforesaid, the jplaintitin this
action will.tppl~y to the Oourt for the ro
lief demandJ d in the complaint.
Datad, 2A October, A. D. 1878.
oct 28-ztlaw8w Plaintiff's Attorney.
BARGAIN8 I BARGAINS I
TjOR the next twenty days may be hadt
Jt thformrtore of Bol. WVolfo.,.The
beautiful stook of
will be sold regardless of cost, as money.
must be raie... ,
A l' Aro lway' s-Happy H omen 's.
What liath earth tIcare, in palake or 1Irov.
Thatu lusle at, tight-fall fi ou lips tIa, we love?
''ngthrthe ltt,e ones aroi the Piano
or' Ogani aftr t.hu oils or thu dlay are oe er, aned
enjoy a reao hol ('olleert. If you have no
homo, get. oie righ away, or if4tt h.a1ve't any
chialdeni, borrowy so;ne, at if yout are wt,iott, ~a
P11A OR ORGAN
BUY ONE 1ORTHWITH AT1
LUDDEN & 13ASI
r-.,. V A C3 3E o> -X. x3 oo,
SAY 4NNA , GA.,
Tho Great Wh'fol,salo Pianlo and Organ
Depot of tile koutih.
TE N THOUSAND FAMILIES
IInve II I he past. I vie years plrcl:.1l I ist -
li4lits froin us:aiud l eery oie ultil te ti' to Itheir
hi tertorit V.1o st lits i. s 1a,4 ' tI; t is oir
3"lo a: Ilf r \'e e-1r11 10 It. wIf ,, 1 (i1d
1(, Ilid l w Il - hi.g ti, E.v ery I % Istiru
llnent , moldi ells a dlo/.n f hors for. ut.
AND NOW TO BU8INESS.
FOR F A I.. TItA DC, 1 IS', w ad :wIl la(t v wi i
the larg.st. a i li e of Is.o r t in,jlts ever
dltpllyd 8oulib. V1leh1 we sell (Iiet, t g,
c,laiers on tiS NO A(l.:N A(H- No -Ot ON 11IU
PLAN at. 1a!uai%1 'WTOiY iHATE-:,
for C ASH :mtrid oil EASY TI-1S. No ioe.1
Illst".lncen1t's sold at, utia l price. Everv 1 nru
1niwIll ha is it Ilaiker'i nalliv al as a
wriVten si year.4; :u:ir.in'e. I-,1i)lon
n1ien011 at. I,OWi:ST IAT'S In A met-a Is wivl
we Luarat'1A(e. On this rock et stid idal
('1:calenie all comn eti(fll. The InanII1 Who Call
under-sell us 1sn't, )orn y'(t,.
1IANOS. ORG I Ns.
7 oclave, :$. 9 Stops, . .
71. Oclave, $145. 12 Stop-, : :$i
Guaranteed the best sold in the U. a., al.sich
prices. Nol hilig like tem ever b'foreoffierel.
Strictly Whollceile raees. No r'ittell'i to
Dealers or 'I'aeliers. Sold only for cash. No.
use to ask credit.
PIANOS FROM OLD MAKERS.
ClTCKERtNO, $37 LKNA Il. & ('0." n
MAT4IIS1i)IK, 2311.1 EASE & CO.. 171 .
IIAINES BItos., -250.9s0UTvI(E!N uin, 17.
Select from above list and you will hanve a Piano
good fotr a lifellme of hard Itse. Tie ecolonly
es in ie puelase of an A No. 1 Instrumeint
Te best are always the cheapest, as well as
ORGANS FROM OLD MAKERS.
MASON & HANH-i-N,1 0 *top. $100.
PELOUBET & PELTON, 9 Stops, 75.
In elegant Ne -tyle caspns. Fift.y styles from
t10 to $600. These imagnlleeit Ins!rumitels
cost a lit ie more .ini many, it hers. miut vin
wear twice ai lonag. and are far better. Il1us
trated Catalogues free.
SEE THESE EASY TERMS
PIA OS.-s15 monthily, until paid
for; or $25 Cashe, iand balance in $10
monthlly paymnent; or, one.-ltl Cash
doe'.n and blantice II in one'ear.
O1t6VANS.-$.7.'..' toSl'5 qu.crrry,for
ten quar'ter's; or, $5, to~ $10 monthly, un
til patid for; or, ornohalf Ciash down and
balance in Ol onoyar.
IF1 iure-eTDays TrIal It desired, we
LiLj~.ij.jj~ pay frieight btth ways It
119 strinnet' (Jood not suIlt. Purchasers runc no
B E~I F of llogsPnos and Or
Iloesdrd tichem i. Ii' any1 man11 offers you a
$l.i00. PI:eno ror' $275, or a $2 Organ focr $cu
tell him ho lies andt you won't m1iss th'o marrk.
Oute.rage(ous deceptIlons ace practIsed Ic'"w Buy
only frm a reputable, Well-kncown Ilonso or
you wIll regret It.
Se.cre best, Incstrumeints at lowvest prices.
ave Monecy, Tieo, RIIsk, acnd Freight,.
BY PURCHASING FItOM
LIUDID EN & BATES.
--HO ! FORL
T IIE first Hlouso in town to reduco
Whlisckey to tOen 0coni a drink, Hloor
to ive conts a glass and Billiards fifteon
conts per gatmo. ilavinig a lar'go and wecll
soleuted lotof Pucre Lignors on hand1( of
whichc tile following are a few of the
Pinro old Kentce y LBourbon, Cabinot,
XXXX and ilakor Rye, Sour Match Stone
MountaiD Corn, a specialty, Cogan,
California, Poach and Apple lBrandies.
Chcampiagno, Sherry and1( Port WVines.
Cllloinne ti Lagaor Beer always IteFt on
ice, and all sorts of fanicy and cool drinks
prepared in tho moast tasty manner at
ap)ril 39 -tt J. D. MoCA EILEY.
TEAS! TEAS!! TEAS!!!
TUST RECETVEJD a large lot of the
ojhoapoest and best Teas, pvor oft'cred
in uhis market, at fifty and seventy-flye
cents per potnd,.
A1fays on hand a complete assortment
of Frqglh Fam ly Groceries, Cannod
GoodATofl i1)ir and overythiLng usually
6ot19.. R . J. MC0ARLEY.
AlimiteaI quantity of pureo Seted
?3,~Wk~~of my ,owui raising 'and se..
o'o'r enS b
PRTCE TIlRTY )OLrN1.k
J. 0. 1OAG,
H AND wV INNSnBOMo DRY yGOO1)1. N
UY G0Ds ANDMILL.NERY
BAZA A I,
Begs leave to say to his cus
Comors and aill othors iln neod
Of Goods that lie is agaiin pre.,
0 1pared to show them one of the
largest ald best assorted stock
Dry Good.s. Fancy G0oods and
hat he~ h-mi ever O x'tiite:1. WV
m rit reciving good:tk ily.
Every deatmI), ntI wvill be
4 kept full of desirable anid
4 CHEAP GOODS,
m "ld bluvers may confidentl
rely on getting their goods not
Only at low prices, but of the
most desirable quality that the
ilhas engarod the sorvices of a
Ifirst-class lillinler, who will us
, sist her inl ber department, and
vh 1 ill take plnre in plea
F ig the most fastidious tastes.
;-for the celebrated and most reJ
-';liablelo paper patterns--But
I terick's-for Ladies, M)Jisscs and
A full aid completo lino of,
; Gents', Ladies', 121isses' and
P Children's Shoes.
Cheese, Mackerel, Cakes, Crack
;ers, Maccaroni, Spices, Call
dies, Tobacco, Cigars,--in fact.1
., you can find anything you want|
0 at J. 0. BOAG'S as low as the
z same goods can be bough t any -
O sept 27 J. 0. BOAG.
'1U1VTrIOGc KIIIHI aoild
TO THE TAfflER
jIJE following -bo3ks, p)ublished1
D. Appleton & Co., have boon adoptod 1
the State Board ofPElumcationi, to be use
for five years in all the schools througl
out the State:
APPLIETON's SERIEs OF i(EA)EIRs.
CoRNI:LL's FIinST STEP'- iN GJEoonAPny.
CohnNIxIL's l'iii .xxx GOnoary.
ConINEIL'r/ INTRMEDJATE GEooRIAPHY.
QUACKE~NDos' Ps IMAnlY GulAMMAn.
QUACKENBIos' ENCinS GCAMMAn.
QUACKENisios' [1ILUsTRA(fED IWfseONs - (N
QUA0EEmNBos' FInsT LE~ssowl iN Oo
QUACKNmos' CoMPOSITION ANDi EHiRgoruo.
APPLETON's MELm OPY Booxs.
To secure an uniformity, and as a rmn
ter of economy, it is to the interest of tJ
pamrents andic teachers that these boola
should ho p)ut in the schools at ono 'J
facilitate the matter and to save ext
eXpense to the parents. I haYe made
rangemeonts with Messrs. McMASTlI
& BIICE, Booksollors, to exehan1
t!)i mks for the old1 ones new in han<
of the scholars, and to sell those not e
changed at reduced rates for the no
For further information on those an
all other books published by D. Appl
ton & Co., please addreas
W. P. HIX,
General Southern Agent,
och 22-1m COLUMBIA, 8. 0.
DUY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
1IN these goods I'm determined not
Ibe undersold. Como and soc for y ou
Got the taknar&.
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N colltainit"r (Imosi-lerably moro than
'' 100.111U Words inl its Voabulary,
m ith (ho correct Proun.
eitionl, Definition, aind
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Mtrsih, llnry, Everett, Mann, Quincy,
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m most ditinguished scholars, and is, be"
sids, recognized ai authority by the De
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t "The volumtes before us show a vast
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Lib,rnry sheep. $4.25.
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J. B. LIPPINCOTT & 0.,
Publishera, Booksellers, and Stationers.
715 and 717, Market, St., Philadelphia,
Consist.ing of Fresh Sugars, Coffees
Green andl Roasted--Ten, Best
Family Flour, Grist, Bolted
Meal, Syrup's, Molasu
sea, Soda, Soap,
LARD in bbla. cans and buckets,
Choice Red Rust Proof Ot,Se
Rye and Barley.'ed
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease, White
Wine arnd Cider Vinegar,
Raisins, Currants and Citron.
lFresh Canned Salmon, Peaches and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and Popper Sance.
oct 8 D. R. FLENNIKEN.
1~it50 PAIRS Boys' and Youths'
IGAITERS-Nos. I to 5, worth
at from $1.50 to $2.50 per pair. Re.
duced to 50 and 75 cents per pair,
dCall and see them.
SUGENHEIMEiR~ & G1ROEiSOHEL,
For sale low .
, . sept 26.4 W..l, DQfl A ,