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8AT2UDAY,. NOVEMABER 2, :1878.
Baptist Church-The Rov. T. W.
Mellichamp will lecture this afternoon
at 4 o'clock, and preach to-imorrow at
11 O'clock, Ak. mr.
1piscopal Church-llev. J. Obear,
services every Sinday except the 2nd
SundaV of the m11onth; at 11 A. 5.
Presbhyterin Ch1urch-lRev. 11. B.
Pratt, 11 A. m11. aId 4: 30 1. r. Sun
day School 9 A. m. Prayer meeting
Wednesday 4: 30 1'. m.
New Arrivals-R. J. McCarley.
Remember the regular )eiocratic
Club meeting on Mr-nday night.
The jury cases in the Court of Coin
m,lon Pleas were concluded on Thuirs
day afternoon, and tihe jurors, being
discharged, went on their way re
WmIsERiN-S OF Lovi;,.-Your baby's
life is in danger wheneer it is troubled
with a congh or col(. Give Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. *
Rev. E. J. Meynardie, 1). D., will
preach in the Methodist church to
morrow night. Iev. V. A. Rogers
will preach in the imorning as u 1sual.
The last meeting of the Winnsboro
Democratic cli) (Iirilig the present
campaign, will b held il. Monday
night. Let every Demiocraj,t,Ltend.
It is not yet certatill tiIt the Demo
crats will have no opposition. There
are strong grounds for belier that the
Radical leaders will attempt to spring
a ticket oi tile day of election. Let
Democrats be prepared for every
Preparatory to Comu n i11lion1 to-Ilm
row, there will be services in the As
sociate, Reformed church to-day at 11,
a. m., and 7, p. im. preaching at I1,
a. In., by Rv. J. P. M-trion, of
Tm- NiRwa-Einy Fan.--We have
receivo-d thv, pewmiumIl lis;t of th"" Now
berry A.ricaltural aul M -ohaic- 1
Fair, whioh will bQ 1-11d a" the c-urt
houio oil the 20th and 21 st of Novem
ber. This Fair speaks well for the
progress of our sister couity.
Hox. D. WYATT Amcx.-The last
issue of the Newberry Herald contains
a good w.d cut of I m. 1). Wyatt
Aiken, and a sketch of his life. As
Fair.'eld is C)1. Aikini's iitive couity,
1he nteed,si nr,) introduction here. We
will only say that he Ihas mide all ener
getic and e li -lent m11emlb wr of C on1gress,
and the peoplo of the third district
have done well to send him back.
THE AM[ER[cAN SFew[NG MACarrNi.
We havo had a call from Mr. Leon
A. Camp, the general traveling agent
of the American Sewinig Michine Comn
palny. The imachine mnide and sold by
this Camp:mny has beeni so long in the
market, is so well knlown, and so
much valed by thoso who use it, that
it is scarcely necessary to speak or its
merits. It is suhlcient to say that it
is recognized as one of the standlardi
sewinlg maic!iiines, anid alwvays gives
satisfactin. T1he advertisement of the
Ameorican Comp~any will be fouind iln
another part of this pap)er, and we inl
vito speciail attenition to it. Mr. J. 0.
Boag is the agent for Fairfleld county.
The Military Parade.
Thur.sday was thte day app)oinlted byV
Adjutant General Moiso for the in
speCct.ion of the volunlteer troops of
Fairfield county. General Moise,
being enlgaged in the canvass in the
lower' counties, waIs unlable to at tend
and1( was represenClted by Col. John
scorin , of' Major General Kennedy's
staff. The hour' fixed for the para'ide
was two o'clock, and a very few
mlinlutes after that time all the comt
paies wecre on hand. These were
the Gordon Light Infantr'y, Capt. WV.
G. .Jordan, thle Hamtiptoni Rifle Guard,
Capt. R1. 8. Desportes, the Fairfld
Light Dragoons, Capt. W. J. Ucerron,
nd the cavalr'y company comnmanld
ed by Capt. W. B. Estes, tihe name of
whi)ch we could not learn. Tile line
was formed by Lieut. John Vinson,
adjutanlt of tile Fairfild Battalion, and
by him Vurncd over to Maj. Chas. 'E.
Thomas. The lineO then saluted Colo
n101 Scoflln, and were prep)ared for.
reviewv, thle ranks being openled, and
Colonlel Scofflin and Major Thlomas
passing along them, front anid rear.
Tihe ranks wore th'eni closed, alld, the
ti'cops mnaiclidd, in column of platoonsa,
in review before Colonel Scoflin, In
thue following order:
Gordon Light Infantr'y.
Hampton Rifle Guard.
Fairfild Light Dragoons.
Captain Estes' Company.
Tho atroopms ~all apresemited- a most'
creditable appearance, and 1ve'te the'
subjee6 of many complimentary re
I~o l n ro~ oelt ar&
stes' Company, beiig only recently
organized, is not yet uiformed.
After the review te 1attalion was
wieeled into line, and then forlled inl
coluini of platoons 101 inspection.
After Colonel Scoflin linislied his In
spection, the coluimin was marched
through the principal street s, and, after
execut-ing several manlm-uvr-es ill a Vory
creditable manner, ale companies
were turned over to their several cap
tains and by them dismissed.
Altogether, the parade was a most
creditable one, and F'a;iileld has reason
to be proud of'her citizen soldiery.
Let every Democrat turn out on.
Tho Circuit Court.
The following .is a synopsis of the
cases disposed of in the Court of Con
mon Pleas for this county,. since our
Joel W. Pearson and Others vs. J.
T. Dawkins and Others-A. M4.
Mackey for plaintille, Jas. 11. lion for
deeimdats. This was an action
broluglit for the recovery of a certain
tract of Iand inl the possession of the
detendants. The plainftil'i claimed
Hle hland tinder a deed of trust from
W. F. Pearson to WN. J. Alston, as
trustee For tle plaintilis. The defend
ants denied he allegations of the comii
plait, and likewise set up lthe detfence
ot an adverse possession. When the
plaintit's had closed their vase, the
defendants' ittorney moved for a
nonsuil. ftre argumnl-t, his Honlor
the presidinig (jige g-mited the non
suit, and diml5is.;ed the plaintiiL'' coin
plaimt, witt costs.
R. J. McCarley vs. Thos. H. Aiken.
This wa, a rule on the sheriff. re
(Iluiring hiin to show cause why l he
should not be attached for contempt
in not making tle 111011e On a certaini
warrant on an agricultural lien,
directed to him by the Clerk of Court,
in fivor of the plaintiff, McCarley.
Mr. A. M. Mackey appeared for tile
plaintir, iand(l Colonel Rion for tile
sherit1. Tle sherilf s return to the
rule set up that he had (lilly levied oi
the crop ill (uiestion, but. was after
wards notified that. the lienor, Thomas
11. Aiken, had no interest inl the same,
aild that the produce levied Oil had,
after the levy, been taken possession
of by the parties claiming it. The
plaintiff, McCarley, demanded that
the sherilf be required to pay into
court the vIalne of the prodLce levied
on, subject to the further order of the
court. Tile sherill, prayed that tle
rule be discharged. After argument,
his Honor ordered tle rule to be dis
The State, &x relatione T. W.
Woodward, Relator, vs. James Q.
Davis, County Treasurer of 1"airtield,
-espondent-Gaill.rd & Reynolds for
relator, Jas. HI. ilion for respondent.
This was an issue nmade upl, in_accord
anice with the Act of (lie LcgislaIture,
to dletermilne (lie geniuneess of ccer
taini bills of' the Bank of (lie State,
tcnder'ed in payimnt of thie relator's
taxes. The jury rend(er'ed the follow
ing verdict: "We find for the relator
on all (lie issues submitted."
8. W. Ru111, Sheifif of Fairfld
County, vs. A. W.r Ladd(-Jas. 1.
Rion for plaint ifi; A. M. Mackey for
defenidant. This case arose as follows:
On a p)roeecdinlg to marshal the assets
of tile late George W. Melton, of
Chester, a certa tract of land ini this
counity, was sold by the shieriff' of
Fairfield iln December', 1877, and bid
off' by the defendanit for $250. The
hand had been bought by Melton at
the sale of the lands of John If. Cathi
cart in 1874, anld a miortgage executed
for a balance of (lie p)urchase-money.
Thle holder of (his mortgage, (lhe
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas
for Fairfild, was not made a party
to the proceedinig to marshal assets,
and oni this ground the def'endanit,
Ladd, declinied to compi~ly with his
bid. After hearing (lie testimony, and
the argument of counsel, the presiding
jndge took (lie p~apers ini the case anid
reserved his dlecision.
Win. D)ouglass vs. IT. C. Craig,
Ad]minuist,ratrix. This was a rule on
thie sheriff requiring him to show
cause why lie should not be attached
foir con templt in falling to levy on a
certain tract of laud under aii execu
tioni issued in favor of (lie plaintiff
against (liedefendantas administratri x.
Mr. Wm, IT. Lylcs appearecd for the
plaintiff, and Mr'. Hlenry N. Obear for
the sheriff. The return of the sherifi'Aet
up that, the hand in question hadl been
duly set off as a homestead for (lie
defendAnt. The question before the
court was as to (he validity of (lhe
homestead. After argument, his
Hlonor took the papers in the case and
~OTICE TO OEDITORS.
~PURSUANT to an order of thie Court
of Probate for the County of Fairfield,
made this day, all persons having claims,
of whatever nature against the estate of
John HI. Davis, dleoeased, are required to
estabbah-their demahdle en or beft,o the
eight,h dayr of November next, before the
Judge of Probate, at Winnsboro, South
O. B. THOMP8ON,
Winnsboro,8. 0.,.0etqber 11,1878.
PRICE THIRTY DOLLARS
J. 0. BOAG,
GRAN %All NNSO)1 DICY (10OD5S FAN
UY 000DA~ AND)MILLUICHaY
r Bogs leave to say to his eus
A tomers and all others in noo(
d of Goods that ho is aigain prm
M pared to show them one of thi
largest and best assorted stool
cn Dry Goods, Fittncy Goods anI
that he has over exhibited. W(
H re receiving goods daily.
Every department will b(
kmpt full of desirable and
and buyers may confident'
rely on getting their goods no
only at low prices, but of tj<
4 most desilable quality that tli
h:;s onga.od the -ervices of v
jfirt-class Milliner, who will as
,s4,ist her in her department, anI
-who will tako pleasure in pleas
, ing the most fastidions tastos.
for thc eclebrated and most ro
liable Ipr patterins-Bui
tei,-k's-for Ladies, lissesan<
A full and complete line o
p 1GentH', Ladies', Misses' an<
A Children's Shoos.
r FAMILY GROCERIES,
Cheese. Mackerel, Cakes, Crack
, ors, Maccaroni, Spices, Can
0 dies, Tobacco, Cigars,-in fac
. you can find anything you wan
0 at J. 0. BOAG'S as low as tm
s same goods can be bough t any
sept 27 J. 0. BOAG.
'UVTIO(I AJAIHJL [OIL<
G00 1 GOODS.
1TE ARE now openfing one of
~largest stocks of
over offered in this market.
have been very carefully solce
and we simply request an inspect
beforle purc hasi ng elsewhere.
prI)oo selling them at a "shx
p)rofit' and don't intend to be r
der sold by anybody, uanywherre.
call sp)ecial attention to our asso
and other L ADIES' GOODS.
We think we have the best st<
of GENTS' GOODS in the marl
CLOTHING, HATS, SHIRTS
and all kinds of Flannel Underwe
In domestics we are full up.
Money will be saved by an exai
nation of our Jeans and Cassimei
SHOES I SHOES II SHOES1
Best Shoes at lowest prices.
oct 1 MOMASTER & BRICE
150 PAIRS Boys' and Yout
GAITERS-Nos. 1 to 5, wo,
from $1.50 to *2.50 per- pair. I
duced to 50 and 75 cents per pait
Call and see them.
' "tA best <hoii. Ii omal . b
fl n eerlI.'iin-artI. <vi.'o ini *wert! st e0EIln ami4
1)- in evertq &/uoo. " - lio. (Cuias, SNio a
S" The bs .itnil|yihJercn"Lw
(f DON ATnENMUM.
. 10oi t o l
Fully Illistrated and Unabriged. Lin
I n fOW regarded1 as thme STAND)AllD dU.
TuiOtuTY, and is81 so reconi mnandl by
Br ant, LoNugfellow, Whittier, umnr,
Holmes, Irving, Winthrop, Agassiz,
Marsh, enry, Everett, M1 an, Qincy,
Fltn1. lilliard, anid the majority of our
most distilgihed scholars, and is, be
sides5, recognIzed as authority by theo Do
tIpartments of our National Giovernmnent.
tThe volumes before us show a vast
Samount of diligence; but with lVebtedr it
is diligence in c'omlbinamtionl with fanci
fulness With Worcselr, in conmbinatio
with good ense and judmitbrien,. L
CESTEt is t1 c soberrr and safer book,
and miy 1be prononied t,h iest existing
E ih Lexicf."--lonw, on Aithier, inm.
"Thest bUHst English writers and the
mostparie-larAnmericani writers use
WorcnIiz a thdeir authority. "--ew
pafter our recnt strike we made (tic
hangeto WO 1 rit as our authority
in spel-ing, chiefly to bring ourselves
int ofoily w ith the'acce ted . usgt
as well as to ,.rtiy lhe' desiretof most
- u stail, including such gent liei ais
M0r. ayar Taylor, Mr. iorg W, Siail
FV iwy anid Msr. John i. C. laard.t"-- ve
0 York Trbune.
4 C TIE COMPLETE SERIEs OF
S Quarto Dictionar. Profusely Illustrateu.
tJ Library sheep. $ 10 .4 0.
Universal and Critical Dictionary. 8vo.
o Library sheep. $4.25.
Academie D)ictionary, Illustrated. ( rown
Ivo. Hald roan. $1.75.
School (Elementary) Dictionary. illus.
tinted. 2nmo. Half roan. usa00,
MPrimlry DictionAy. Illustrated. 1mo.
lf roanr. J0c11e n.ts.
Pointf Dictionary I. liustrated. 24mo.
Clt, (63 cents; roani, ilexible. 85 cents;
o Lran, tucks, gilt e dges, $1.00.
. Many secial aids to studcnts, in add i
W tion to a veryt fiu pronounacing a.nd do
tining vocabulary, make the above-named
:obooka., in the opinion of' our most dis
.. P tinguishe'd edumcators, t,he most comUplete
[ as well by far the cheapet Diction
-- ries of our language.
* For sale by all Booksellers, or will
be sent, carriage free, on receipt of the
J. I.4 Li PPINc;OTT & C0.,
Plishers, Booksellers, and Stationers.
715 and 717, Market St., Philadelphia.
ie a u g 7-x 3 m o _b_ar t le C ea e t _i ti n
Consisting of Fresh Sugars, Coffees
Green and Roasted--Ten. Best
~ed Family Flour, Grist, Bolted
Mer al, Syrup'l Mook-elars,rwl
We se , Soda, SoAp,
ni- gmng and
LARD in bbl. cans and buckets,
Choice Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Rye and Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease, White
ck Wine and Cider Vinegar,
et. Durham's Tobacco.
Raisins, Currants and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Peaches and
re. Tomiatoes, Mixedl Pickles, Chow
Chow and Pepper Sauce.
_ oct 8 D. R. FLENNIKEN.
es. NEW STORE I NEW GOODS I i
LOW PRICES 111
I have just opened at R J. McCarley's
'. old staInd a first-class
i GROCERY STORE,
Wheire I will keep GIrocries, Wines and
Liquors of all infds. Also, a compiete
assortment of Boots and $hes. I wil
be glad to see my old friends and custo
meors, and will guarantee to sell them my
eodsa a6 the very lowest prices for
Ghive me a call.
,oct 22 WILLIA M If . DONLJY.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
th TOWV arrivin g,a large and well seleeted
LNstock of hoots and Shoces, direct
0- from the Manufacturors, which I can
warrant, and I wlll not be underso ~d
Give me a call before you make your py r
sept 17 R. .7 McOARLNY.
__ A mited qunnity pure See
of?.,W l own *sing and4
S1ee* "y~ de b -
A'O AIwayS iappy ifollt8
VIat hat itrtt clearer in pl1ACe or grove
Thall 111.iiat UI ilght-fitil froin lips that we love?
''hen gather the lit(le onos grotund the Piano
0r Org a fter t ihe Wlls o' t,he day tre over, anti
1njoy a rI'ill h10110 ConeOrt,. If 3011 have no
Iittiie. get. uoe right. away, or If you haven't, any
thiltren, iborrow sotie, anti if yot are without, v
BUY ONE FORTHWITH AT
LUDDEN & BATES'
Tho Great Wholesale Piano and Organ
Depot of the South,
TEN THOUSAND FAMILIES
Have in the past. ten yearst purchased Ilstru
1111tis froi us atid (very ne e0IIn testify to helir
si ieriorit.v. To stit. ilrelasers exacitly Is our
0 i1cy anid (elght.. Wio cant do it, we will (t
t, ani we alre (oIng It daily. Every Instru
111011t, 1old k:Wils i iozen ot hers for us.
AND NOW TO BUSINESS.
1-Oli FAL TtADEC. 1878, wo are ready wit.h
the largest ant tit line of Isrtinents ever
(islIFy4td SHlth. Whil we sell dilreet. to par
hiasers onl t.he NO AOEN'l8 NO COIl 'NI8HONH
PLAN at, MIantfactu or's ACTOltY RATES,
for CASI and onl HASY TE0M8. No Ilogus
lustrament s sold at any rioe. Every Inst,ru,
nment we elil bstra It. inker's name and has a
wril esi a yE:lr: guarattV0. leliable InIst.ru
menls at, L.OWINT RATES In Amerlea Is what
we It:lranmtee. Oin tills rock we t4tand and
Chal leige all 0ooptetit.loll. The mIan who can
Under.elI us Isn't, horn yet.
1*1 NOS. OilGANI.
7 Octave, $135. 9 Stops, : $05.
!- Octave,:: $145. 12 stops, I ; $75.
Ouaranteed tie best sold In the U. S., at suelt
pilees. Not hiling lIke (liei e.ver lIefore offered.
Strlotly wholfe-sale rates. No redlietion to
leniers or t 86rs. Soti only for efisli. No,
nse to ask c!redit.
PIANOS FROM OLD MAKERS.
V.IIC EiINO, $170. t(NAB'& CO., GiO
MA'IltilI'CiK 9-0. 'EAsIC & CO.. ' 79
IlAIN ES tHOS., 250. 80U1THEhRN O1M, 107.
Select, from above list and -ou will have a Piano
gootI for a IIfetio of hart ise. TruIe economy
lits in the pulhase of an A No. I Instrumont.
Tile si, tire always the cheapfst-, as well ans
m o. i sa I ismac I o rv.
ORGANS FROM OLD .MAKEARS.
MASON & HAMIAN, 1) stopi, $100
PE1OU10%T & PELTON, 9 Stops, 75..
In elegnut New Styil Qases,. Firty styles fmr
r.lf to $600. These magnifcit; Inst.rument.
cost. a lI t t ie more than many others but will
wear i wice a4 loll1, and are far botie. 111118
triated Catalogues free.
SEE THESE EA.SY TERMS
IAKO. --$15 monthly, until paid
for; or $25 Cash, andl balance in $10
monthly3 pay mont; or, one-half- Cash
doit n and balance in one year.
O1fGA NS -$7.20 to $15 qu.trterly,for
ten quarters; or. M5. to S10 monthly, un
til paid for; or, otle-hlalf Cash dlown a'nd
blalalnce In (111 y e.ir.
1 ' 'T" nJ)as TriallI'desired.wo
1~L1T.P.taP2 lay fre-ight, bot.h ways if
1Ins rtumecti does not, stit.. P'Urcliaers runt no
I-, 1ofBou Pianos and Or
1 as. The Coutntry is
$1.000t Piano for $275I, or a $260 Organ for '$05,
tell hImnlie lies and you won't, miss tho mark.
Otitrageous det' lens are p)ractisedl now. Buy
01n:y from a reptitable, wl-kniowu Hlouse or
you will regiet i,.
S""ir ""st '"st"""nents at. owes prlcs
)ave Money, Tinme, ilsk, and Freight.
BY PURCIJASINO FROM5
[ UD DIEN & BA TES.
Slate of South .Carolina,
COUNTY OF? FAIRFIELD.
The WVinnasboro Building 'ind Loan Asiso
Robert F. Martin, M. Evans Martin, J.
Alice Martin, Mattie E. Martin and
William M. Martin.
IN puirsuanco of an order of tile Court
ofOCommon Pleas, nyado in the above
stated ease, I -will off'r for' unlo before
the court-houso door in Winnsboro, en
the first Monday in Novemibor next,
within theC legal hours - of sale, at public
outcry to the highest bidder, the follow-.
ing described property, to wit:
All that piece, parel Or tracet of land,
lying, becing and sit.nate in the town of
lVznnsboro, in the County o1 Fairfield,
State of South Carolins, knmown ina the
plan of said town as Lot Ntumber One
Hlund red and Fifty-Five, .fronting on
College street andl adjoining lot of Catro
line Jones and lots formerly belonging to
TEnlMS 07 SALE
One lalf of the purofhase money to be
paid in cash, for the balance a orodit of
six months from the day Q( sale, with in.
teront payshle annuailly; the purehaser to
give for.tlo ,unpa1d balance a bond so.
cured by amortage of the premises sold'
to insure the dwelling-house on anid
promises aSainst loss by fire; to assign
thei polley of indur~ande to the s'aId Lllerkg
and to pay for all neesr aes
f lerk's OffRoe, 0. 0. 0. .
Wnnsboro, 8. C.,
October 11, 1878.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Pnezwrn JUDGE'S Ornros.
WINNBOIO, 8, 0,, October 25,- 1878,
A ILproshvn lalis agaipst the
ereby notified theit tjey ist Present
and establish their oclaims before me at
ny office in gippsboro, Fafr4e4 uchunty,
I. C., atlif oook, k; in., o4 hsdgv the
list day of December, 1878, dr 4he ~wij
d.batt4d Uf Vtn6 of
Qet 26"'tla~w8w . .l