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T'URSDAY, OCTORIR .99, 1878.
Soiling Ofl--S. S. Wolfe.
Read the advertisement of S. S.
Wolfe. Tle stock of goods now in
store is offered at cost, and will after
wards be sold at auction.
It is highly ilm)ortant that affectIons
of the Throat, Lungs or Bronchial
Tubes, should be clhecked at once, and
for this purpose nothing equals Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup. *
0 RANGv. NO-rici-.-We aire requested
to state that. in colsequence of the
proximituiy of the election, the meeting
of Glidden's Grove Grange, fixed for
the first Saturday in November, will
be postponed till the second Sattvday,
the 9th inst..
Ii response to numerous request-,
the play, "Still Waters iun Deep,"
which gave such sat isfaction on its first
presontation, will be repeated at, the
Thespian Hall this evening. lin atddi
tion, the play "Slasher and
Crasher," that provedso amusing some
nonths ago, will also be presented.
Ti. MAN. Ens oF Ei,i'riON.-The
following is it compleet lit of the
11141nager0is of elect ion for this countv:
vinnsboro-T. 1R. Robertson, J. F.
McAlster, G. C. Bacot.
Ridgeway-E. P. Davis, Preston
Rion, J. C. Thomas.
Monticello-I. M. Zealy, T. E.
Bell, W. 11. McGill.
Yonguesville-Chris. Brice, J. A.
Stewart, WV. B. Woodward.
Feasterville-J. F. V. Legg, D. P.
Crosby, W. W. Crosby.
Doko-J. L. Wardlaw, Jas. Hoff
man, W. WV. Alacon.
Bear Creek-T. W. SI1gh, W. J.
Porter, J. T. Hall.
Durlam's-A. J. Lamar, John Hlol
lis, D. 11. Robertson.
Gladden's Grove-i. S. scott, Jr.,
J. M. Higgins, W. T.'McCrorey.
A.AM. Wallace, E. J. Rungsdale.
lloreb-Thomas Anderson, I. A.
Gibson, A. P. Irby.
TiE Cmcurr Couirr.-The following
is a synopsis of the busines disposed
of in the circuit court since our last
State vs. E. W. Ollever, Indicted for
mulrder, Jas. II. Rtion 1111 McCnits &
1)ouglass for defendant. The pr.son
er was charged with the murdor of
Karl Schultze, the German tailor, at
Ridgeway it few ilontlis ago. iIe
pleaded ''Not guiliy," 111d, after sever
all challenges, the following jury wits
impanleled: 11aine Y. MlMfeekin
(foreman), Thos. W. Nelson, 1fadc
JFrndoi, J.oss . Rose, S. A. Y. Mc
Quatters, Daniel BJird, Simon Stark,,
Wmn. E. Yongue, Fi. M. L. Duke, D). L.
Carter, Thos. D). Owvings, Aquilla liar
rison.-The plea set up1 b)y the prison3
cr w1a1s that of self-defence. After an
absence of twenty-Iwo hours the jury
came into court with a verdict of ''Not
gulilty," and1( the p)risonler was accord
The following sentences were p)assed:
John Wilkes, color~ed, conivicted of
arson, implrisonmlent at hard hubor in
the penitentiary for life. W. a.ndr
biat.teryi, impllrisomInent in the county
jail till Januairy 18t., 1879. Jahmes Emio
ry Ilamnillon, colored, conlvicted1 of ma
licious imischiief, two months in the
The Court of Common Pleas was
Op)ened on Monday, but no0 cases of
interest were tried.
The Radicals in Lancaster have
throwni up the sponige-about half the
cioloredl menh have ciomel over to the
Last Sunday morning, while General
McGowvan was on his way from WVal
halla to Abbeville, his horses becamie
frightened, ranl off and threw hinm from
the buggy, considerably bruising the
In the Democratic primnary election
for sheriff in Abbeville on Saturday
last, the race beinig b)etwoon thme two
highest In the former election, J. F. C.
DuPre was niominaitedl over R. H.
Armstrong by 870 majority.
The Radical p)arty of Chester county
is in1 a declining conilion. John
Dickey dleclinos to runi for tihe Senate,
and John A. Bradley, Jr., for the
H-ouse of lRepjresentatives. Thme whole
concern hats collapsed.
The Sunday school children of the
Camden colored Methodist chumrch who
wore presenting card1s to the passers
by on the street, with words "Please
give a ni1ckel for the church organ"
printedl on the card, collected $30 .80.
The Lan7ley Manufacturing Comn
panyhave tcoped their ware
commodious buildbngs capable of
storing three thousand bales of
cotton. Both are fitted up with steam~
and water pipes for extinguishing fires.
Mr. Patrick Tennant, of Willhigd.
ton, in Abbevlle county, while on bI's|
way to Augusta with his cotton last
Thursday, in going down a lill nepar
Bordeaux feil from his wagon, one
wheel of which passed over his breast
and shonlano., arunaimln - ....er-..
tlat his recovery is considered doubt
fil. lie w-as carried home, where he
received medical attention.
Governor Hampton will be in Au
gusta oil ThIlrsdlv, as an invited guest
at, the unveiling cerelonlies of the Conl
federate Imoiiument. lie will have a
special escort of a regiment of cavalry
uring the ceremonies. Edgetlelid seids
four of her red-shirt companies, and
military organizations from ill1ally sec
tions will participate in tle d ispilay.
Last Saturday someic getitleren from
Edgefleld proceeded to Rottse's Bridge
anTexhumed the body of the n.egro
found in the creek at. that place with
his throat cut, a few days ago. Tle
body was taken up and Identilled
) y these gentlemen as thait ofCatoBut
leir, the iegro who broke Jail Some
The first and last. Radical mceting
of the Chester county canvass wa,-s held
at McAlilley's mill 0n Monday of last
week. IMaj. Julius Mills and Col. E.
'1'. Atkinson wore both onl hand to
"divide tile" with tile Radical speak
er1s. Crovds of 3lemocrats were there,
about fort.v colored, with their red
shirts. T'he meeting broke up with
tle Radicals very much down ill the
A Laucaster physician states that
recently, inl his ;r.aclice, lie visited
at family Wherc six out of sevenl imem
hers lay shivering with chills at the
81111 time. To vsch all exteut has
this epidemic prevailed onil many plan
tation.s il Lalncaster, (hat thri work
has beenl a1lmost comlple(ely paralyzedl
fr weeks, and cotton pickiing is 'inch
Inl the Court of General Sessions for
Darlington county, Judge 'lhomson pre
siding, h(le trial of Ed. Woodhlaill for
the muurder of EIbery Woo<lihanm re
sulted oi Saturday In the acqluithal of
th accused. The case occupied the
Clitire time of the court. for five days,
causing imtense excitement and i
volving great expenise. Tie deVend-1
ant. was represented by Generals Moise
and Kennedytind A. C. Spain, Esq.
J. Sinclair Quick, who is alleged
to be ia fugitive from justico inl North
Carolhna, was arrested in York cont
ty, on Tuesday night last, oi wariiants
issuled froil Chesterlield county, ill
this State. Quick is io%w in jail await
ing the order of the authorities of'
Chesterteld. Ie is at bright iulaito,
and has figured to Some extent. ill poli
ti0s ill Marlboro0 county. lie iisl
also i delegate froli. York county to
(he Repiblicanl Coivenition lell in
lumhbia last suimner.
SELLING OFF I
r piE subscriber, having fully doter
mined to close tho present business
as soon as possible, will sell, from this
0t until tho 12th of November. the en
tire stock of good.. which embrace-s a fine
lot of Clotiing, liats, Dry Goods, Notions,
Hosiery, Boots and Shoes,at and under
after which time the remaining stock
will be dis)osed of at public auction
until the sale is complete.
S. S. WOLFE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
(ourt of .Probate.
William B Woodward, as Administrator
of the goods, chtattels and credits which
wore of Mary Lathan, deceased, Plain
Samuel Lathan, Robert Lathan, Alex.
Lathan, William Lathan, Agnes Donly,
Mary Montgomery, Agnes McCarley,
Mary Gladden, John Glhadden, James<
Glad den, William G'adden andl Nancy
Gladden, as Heirs-at-Law of Mary La
than. deceased, an1d Mary Montgomery
as a creditor of said deceased, Defen
dants -8ummons for Relief-Comn
p)lain t not ser ved.
To the Defendants--Samuelc Lathan,
Robert Lathan, Alex. Lathian, William
Lathan, Agnes Donly, Mary Mont..
gomery. Agnes McCarloy, Mary Glad
dlen, John Gladden, Jamnes Gladden,
William Gladden and Nancy Gladden:
Y7('U are hereby summoned and re
Lq uired to answer -the comuplaint,in
this action, which is filed in the of11ce
of the Probate Jludge for the said
county, and to servo a copy of you
answer to the said complauint oni the stub
scriber at his ofilce, in Brandt's building,
CThc.-ser, 0. H-., bouth Carolina, within
t w en ty days after the service hereof, ex
clusive of the day of such aer y co; aund if
you tail to answer thle complaint within
thle .time aforesaid, tIle fjplaintiff in this
action will .apply to thle Court for the re
lief demiand ed in the onmplaint.
Dat&d, 2-1 Olctobor, A. D). 1878.
oet2O-xt law8w Plaintiff's Attorney.
B Y virtue of an excuntion to me di-.
rooted, I will offer for sale before the
court-house door In WVinnsboro, on the
first Monday In November next, within
the legal lhours of sale, to the highest
bid der, Fon GAsH, the following described
property, to wvit:
One four-horso wagon and hlarness, lot
of plantation tools, consisting of p)lough.
stocks, ploughls andl hartrows, blaksmth
tools, seventy bushels of corn, more or
less, three th ousand pounds of fodder,
more or less, eight hundred bushels of
cotton seed, more or less, four head of
cattle, one half-interest in twelve hefad of
hlogs. eighteen bushels of wheat, more
or leas, one carriauge and harness, one
buggy and harness, one two-horse wagon
and har-ness, t,wenty barrels of limo,
household furnIture consisting of car
pets, parlor furniture, tables, pictures,
&o., liedsteads, and one small steve
levied on as. the property of Samuel B.
Clowney at the suit of the National Bank
8. W RlUFF,
Sheriff's OMeee,8. F. 0.
Winnsboro, Ii. 0.,
Oc tober 21,-1878,
IMUSICAL HOH ESI
Are Always Happy Uiomes. I
Whatl hat.h earth dearer in palace or grove,
Than inisic at ilht-1ll fioIII lips that ve love?
Then gather the little ones arodttd the Piano
or Organ after I ho toIls of tho day are over, tind
enjoy a real home concert.. If you have no
home, get one right, away, or If you haven't, any
chlidren, borrow somu, and If you are without, a
PIANO OR- ORAN
BUY ONE FORTHWITH AT
LUDDEN & BATES'
SAVANNA I, A.,
The Great Wholesale Piano and Organ
Depot of the South.
TEN THOUSAND FAMILIES
lave it I he past. ten years puIhaied Instru
tut;s frelmrllA a1 every one mI test liy to tIir
.9s peioiri. To suilt. mueri* ex:e, ilv I, our
tl 1"3 tf delil..t-, . \eCanl (to it. we, will dto
,alld W? 11 ([() d Iit, daby. Everyw Il.st-ru
11(11, sold sells a ozen others for its.
AND NOW TO BUSINESS.
FOl F A Wi'l tA DE, 18s'S, we are ready with
t1he l.rg..t ant litn1. line of Instrittnts ever
dKpla vit Sot Ili, whileh we sell direl, to pur
e,h:ars on the, NO AOENTS NOCO-lI'lIoNs
PLAN tit. Ntaliuaitl:r's \CTOitY liAT1.4
for ASHl alil on EASY TE1Mm. No Hugu4
Ins un' iA -moit at ariy prico. nve:- lnstru
nil We m-11 bc n it, it maker's none. and has a
w:itlen ixye.iri t;tuarane. it-ile' In;trn
lten:t atl, IoWI EHT HATIHS lin Aineica is Wh1a,
we V1uarMat0". On this rock we stand and
chiallemge all com1ptit ion. The lan wie can
undersell us Isn't b1orn yet.
7 Octave, : : $135. 9 Stops, $5
7 Oclave, : : $145. 1 12 Stops, $75
1toranieed t.he best, sold In thIe U. ., at 4utch
priWe.. Nothing like them ever before nifered.
.triletly wholi-tle ratps. No reduction to
Dealers or 'eachers. Sold only for cash. No.
luse to lahk credit.
PIANOS FROM OLD MAKERS.
KlCF,R'NO, $171 CN ITIR& CO., 6990
MAl'iATeIH K 2:'*. 'lAAs. & CO.. 179.
11 A INEHS BlRus., 2,;,q SOUTHHEHN (411M, 167.
Sle"t from bove. list uid you will lnve a Piano
goo lo a li.e" line of haret use. 11rt ecolnomny
lI s in Ihe Ptihse of an A No. I Ins nmnmit.
Tme bl.il are nlia.vs the cheapest, as well as
ORGANS FROM OLD MAKERS.
'.IASOJN &~. II VILIN. 10 sip $lfl0
PELOU610ET & IIELTON, 9 Stups, 75.
In elegant Newv ".vle Cas"'. Fift vst.yl-s from
T-10 to $400. Thexe Imagnil,eil. Inlst Illmlents
cost a lit-tle more than many ollhers. but will
wear twice as long, amid aro far better. Illus
trated Catalogues free.
SEE THESE EASY TERMS
PIANOS. -$15 monthly. until paid
for; or $25 Cash, and balanco in $10
monthly payment; or, one-half Cash
don n and balance ini one year.
OR GA NS.--S7.20 to $15 qularterly,for
ten quarters; or, $5, to $10 moni.hly, un
til paidi for; or, one-htalf Cash down and1(
balance in one y ear.
IN 2' a T a -Trial if desired,-sy
A . payfreight bot.h ways if
BT 4 rT of liogus Planes and Or
.DjV1 1 E gans. The Country 1s
ilOOe wth themf. if any man offers you a
$1 .000 Plano for $2T5, or a $0' Organ for $15,
tell him ho lies and you won't. miss t,he mark.
Outrageous dleceptions are practised now. Buy
only from a reputtable, wvell-known House or
you ill regret it,.
S ecure best Instruments at lowest prices.
Iave Money, TIme, Itisk, nnd Freight.
BY PURCIHASING FROM
LUDDEN & BA TES.
aug 1 7-tx3mos
-HO I FOR
r H TE first House in town to reducec
A.Whiskey to ton cents a drink, Beer
to five cents a glass and Billiards lifteen
cents per game. Hlaving a large and well
selected lot of Pure Liquors on batnd of
which tihe following arc a few of the
Pure old Kentuo':y Bourbon, Cabinet,
XXXX aund Baker Rye, Sour Mash Stone
Mountain Corn, a specialty, Cognac,
California, Peach and Apple Brandies.
Champagne, Sherry and Pert Winos.
Cinoinne ti Lager Beer always kept on
ice, and all sorts of fauney and cool drinks
proepared in the most tasty manner at
april 30-tt J. D. MoCA RLEY.
TEAS ! TEAS!! TEAS!! !
'TU'ST RECEIVED a large lot of the
ti cheapest and best Teas, ever offered
in this market, at Aifty and seveaty-five
cents per pound.
Always on hand a complete assortment
of Fresh Family Groceries, ('annedi
Goods of all kinds, and everything usually
found in a first-class
oct19- R. J. MoOARLEY,
A\, limited quantity of pure Seed
Whet f mown raising and so.
PRICE THIRTY DOLLAR1S.
J. 0. i ) G
OAND WINNSMo01O DiY (%00S. FAN-1
CY (10008 AND MILLINERY
Begs leave to say to his cus.
W tonors and all othors in 1100d
6 of Goods that he is again pre.
M pared to show thinm ono of the
S largest and bost astorted stuck,
-y GOOd9 Tancy Ooods and
that he has ever exlibitodl. WU
are receiving goods (daily.
Every depirtirmnt will be
kept full of desirable and
and buyers may confidently
rely on getting their goods not
only at low prices, but of the
most desirable quality that the
Ias ongatzed the Si. ices of a
first-clak. Milliner, Vho will as8
sist her in her department, and
Who will take pleasure il ples
H ing the most fastidious tastos.
for the celebrated and most ro.
t liable paper pitterns-But-1
terick's-for Ladies, Misses and
A full and complete line of
Gents', Ladies', Misses' and'
Cheese, Mackerel, Cakes, Crack
e, ors, Maccaroni, Spices, Can
0 dies, Tobacco, Cigars,-in fact
you can find anything you want
at J. 0. BOAG'S as low as the
- same goods can be bought any -
O Sept 27 J. 0. BOAG.
I following -bo:>ks, published 1
D. Appleton & Co., have been adopted I
tho State Board of Education, to bo use
for five years in all the schiools througl
ont tho State;
APPLETON's SERIEs OF READERS.
CORINEL's4 FInsT STEP G 'GEoRA&PHy.
ConNEJL.'s Par.I avLh GEOOrIAPH[Y.
CORNELL's INTERMEDIATE GEOORAPHYT.
QUAcKENDos' PaRMAnY GRAMMAR.
QUAcKENDOS' ENGLISH GnAMMAR.
QUACKENBOs' ILLUSTRATED aL8sONS Rf
QUAcKENnos' FInse LEssoNS IN CowPos
QUAoEENnOs' COMPOSITION AND RIUETORO.
APPLETON's MODEL CorY ]3ooEs.
To scure an uniformity, and as a ma'
ter of economy, it is to tile interest of ti
parents and teachers that those book
should bo put in the schools at onco. T.
rfacilitate the matter and to save exti
expense to tho paronts. I have made a:
rangemients with Messrs. MeMASTE
& BRlICE, Booksellers, to oehang
:,heso ke for the old ones now in hland
of the scholars, and to soil - .. not e:
ebangod at reduced rates for the nem
For further information on these an'
all othir books published by D. Appl<
ton &Co., please address
W. P. HIX,
General Southern Agent,
~oh 22-tm COLUMBIA, S. 0.
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
IN ths god I'm determnenot
beu d rsl . .C m .ndslfo u
'Got the Standara.
The hrd <1111doril It olif,11 to be
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Th, -I.rktim it lish r.r ."- L34,
Q A large, handsome volumo of 1854 page
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pri 100.(W0 Words in its Yomnbulary,
with the correct Pronun
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ce bookp, in the opinion of our most dis
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J. 1.. LIPPINCOTT & (:0.,
Publishers, Booksellers, and Stationers,
715 and 717, Market St., Philadelphia.
Consisting of Fresh Sugars, Coffees
Greeni and Roas ted--Tea, Best
Family Flonr, Grist, Bolted
Meal, Syrup's, Molas
LARD in bble. cans and buckets,
d Choice Roed Rust Proof Oats, Seed
R ye and Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and MIule
,Shoes, Axle Grease, White
Wine and Cider Vinegar,
Raisins, Currants and Citron.
* Fresh Canned Salmon, Peaches and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
-Chow and Pepper Sauce.
oct 8 D. R. FLENNTERN,
S150 PAIRs Boys...nd Yots,.
SGAITERS-Nos. 1 to 5, worth
tfrom $1.50 to $2.50 per pair. Re.
duced to 50 and 75 cents per pair.
Call and see them.
SUGENHEIMERL & (GROESCHyr.
. FIELD SEEDS.
1hQtDshele white Kentilkcy~ Bye
For ~J low,
sep a 3'41. DOT & ;