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TUPN DA 1NoQiVA11 1.9, j 1818.
il'y is fihe presenvlt .4che4dille ot' arrivalls,
oil the Char-klope Co"milbia anld Aui
Bly~ thewood - - 2.41
I? it(Iig(ew Iv - - 3.03 "
Wi illisborO - - 3.35 "
Woodward's - - t410 "
Blackstock - - "
Chestei' - - 4.40 '
Cester - - 12..17 1. m,
Blackstock - . 1.
Woodward's - 1.21 "
Winilsboro - - 56
Rid-eway - -- 2.26
l tIlte wo(od . .. 2..11
Colu111nbiv -. li25 -
Nimurr P A SSI.N.:--,NE -Go NNoN(I F.
Coltilbiat - - 11 ) v. N1.
Winnsboro - 12.4;3 A. 'M,
Chester .. - 1.48
Niirr PassIssui.:n-GoiNu SI>iri.
Clester - - 2.20 A .
Wilillsbor(o - - 3.110
Colunbia - - .t.9 "5
The night pmssenlger stops onlly ait
tile following statfions: ('1o111-14jite,
]'oek liill, Clester, Lewis', Winms
boro, Cohnnbiti, Uidge Spring) Tren
ton, ( Graniteville, Alugusta.
ew Adverr"'or -n.,
Sh1rill's Sales-s. W. Ituff, S, F, C,
F."reshI G4oods-.- Wm II 1.D1)on iIy .
le Evening Sentiniel-Wialsh &
"1 N%rWhat, is tniatter wvith I Ihe dat'lioig
Creature?" Te b.libby wva .ry ing
piteolsly, ht he 1iiriise had it bou'le of
Dr. til's Ihaby Syrutip at hand, and
the little fullow was sooni coifortablu.*
Every sibscriber should now come
forward aid "square up" with Tiig
NEWS ANI IJEn. A maii Wio
doesili't pay for his paper capl't. enjoy it
half as well as the man that does.
Attention is called to the nCW adver
tiseileint of .1.r. Win. IL. Doinly, which
appears elsew1here in thi Is paper. Mr.
Donly has a choice stock of goods,
Which he will sell at prices to suit, the
Thp Aikon Rericieu ha- gotten fairly
under wAity, and promises to be
a ve'r spriglitly exctange, It Is edit
ed by Mr. Jami1ies Grany Port er, former
ly of Charlestiu, a young lawyer of
file talont and high cultire. If the
people of Aikei do their duty they wilt
have a g~ood lippr.
The Augusta Eiening News i5 the
name of a dally newspaper recently
established in Aug1jsta by Messrs.
Walsh & Wright, tie well known pro
prietors of the Chronicle and Consti
tutionalist. The new paper is fur
niished at t;he low price of four dollars
a year, and oifers a fine opportunity to
perPsons wisingio a good paper at a
A FINE Biul 00C.-Th'le bridge N-e.
cently crected over Little liver-gen
erally knowni as '"Kincaid's Bridge"
is rep~resenlted1 to be in every particu
lar a most exellent piece of' work-.
Tie contract was let by the county
comissioners to the lowest bidder,
and awr rd.al Lo Mr. J1. Mutrrav Kirk-.
11and( at $22503. The bridg"' hasi been
recently turnjed over to the commnis
sioners, and(, after a critical examiina
nlat ion by experts, is piro nounced per
feet in every' resp)ect. The work re
flects credit both on the fidelity and the
inochnicalI skill of the ~onit.rqcI.or.
W~ ADE 11A MP'TON'S MilSHAP.
His Log B3roken Durng a Gharge Q)i a
Deer--.Narr'ow Es'ciape From Death.
A corresp)ond(ent writing from Co
lumbilia on the 8th instant says: Gov
crnor1 Hampton met svi1~ *e serious
accident yesterday afternoon, while
out hunting deer, by which lie hind a
leg broken just above the nkle. 'The
Governioir had agreedl to meet some
friendis at at point ab)out sixteen~i miiles
firom Ci.oJmnnba for the puirpose of
driving deer, and wvhen lie reached tihe
camp, about three o'clock yecsterdlay
afternoon, he found that the p)arty had
all gone on a hunt. Knowinig the
stands and whore he was expected to
join In th.e hpjnt, the Governoi mount..
ed a large mule which had beenm left at
the campli 'and started to take his
positionu a few hy~n.dred yairds distant.
As coon as he arrived at thme place
designated for himt a deer came by in
full chase, and Governor l-Jamnpton
fired his gun, which frightened the
imule. The bridle broke, and Gov..
ernor01 Hlto-n jumnped ofr the aningal
to the groumnd. Ini the fall his log was
broken, as above statedl. Both bones
wore broken and prot ruded through
the tes.h.. It Is a horrible wound, and
will prove more serious on account of
Governor Hampton's illness this fall,
from which he has never fully recov..
After the accident happene4 the
.Governor fired his gun many times
and blew his horn n'eqigently, to- Set
-the assistance 4fhWdfre#ds2bim none'
Was anything seriotIs, thinking it was
somue olle not belonginlg to their party,
as tleV Were not aware of the (ov
ernor's preseclee in file ivood:;. A1l'er
anl hour or so one of his f'riends, ini
sistled on tfinding out whaltI wis the
ina ler, and. gVoing inl the direction of'
tLe firing, <lisvoV1e(l lite ,avern
prostrate onl the grouid withl his lead
1(aainlst, a tyee and his hat tilrown over
the bleeding woliul. Sujr,gi-aI i(
wats at once sumllillioled Ilr-oil this city
an(I tle (overnjor Was brrought he at
a ]ate hlouir last nlight.
flino lot of Augusta Flour of various
bhi' , onsisting of Doble Extra,
Suti Beam, Lnow Fluke and Pilot.
A fiesih lot of Maickrel Fish in bar
rcl , e. s lanj kit.s. Fresh 1Volted .al
amil IYt r: ~ iri,t,.
A nice lot of Irish Potatoes and
Onions. Che1vso, Crackers &e.
6%, lbs bust Cg re i Tea @ 50' per Il.
I haive just reoeivol a nice lot of Indian
nov 12 WM. I. DONLY.
W. A. and J1. C. (olf. is Adminisfral irs
of tle estate of* Wil. Goll, deceased,
vs. Th ,it)as i . . ilus.
N p11 rs initen o f an o rder o'o u t inado
in t.he abov-.stited ca-, I wall ,. r
for sulo betiko 1he coir iIso door ill
Wi un isboro, on the fil .,iondl-ay in
D.!cemuber next, within t'; e legal hours
of s-le,to tho highest. bidter, FOR CAs1,
the folllowing deticribed property, to wit:
All that tract of land, containing -rwo
11-JNDUM) AN) 1IXTY AIRE.s, MOr'o or less,
lying in Pairtiol-l colinty, anil boun1p.1
oni the north by lalds hienl) of DNav1l
WattiS, E J, VIlsoIn, oni the wXOst by anls
of A ilA 1 n a 11111, on the soliluth jul.rc . a t
by LeRoy Boyl s.
S. W. RUFF,
Kheriff's Offleo, 1, . I .
Novembor 11, 1873.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Sarah 13. Lewis, Execiorix. os. 8aahit! N.
Lewis, "ary 0. Lew is, E,iza A. Lewis,
R1obert N. Lowis, el al.
, pursuaneo of an order from T. If,
Cooke, Judge of the eighth circuit,
I will pffer for sale, on the first. Monny
in Decenber hext, beforo the court-jouso
door n Winn,boro, -vithin the legal
hours of sala to the hi-liest bidder, the
following described property, to wit:
All that tract or parcel of land, lying
ail being in .he couity of Fairlield, nad
joinling antlds of Dickson, (1. Singleton
and otheria, contining gI'V. HuNDRED
AND NINETY-TWO ACRES, more or less, as is
fully represented by plat of th o same to
be exhibited on day of sala.
All that tractor parcel of land, sit unte
in the county of Fairfield,' adjoining
landi ofDic son, 0. Singleton a 1d other,
Coitaiinilg TilltEE HUNDRED AND FIVE
ACRES, as reprosented by plat of mo to
be exhibited on day of Hale.
All that tract of land adjoining lands
of. Dickson, John Mlyers and dth.ers, con
tainipg FOUn HUNDRED ACRES, mnoro or less.
All that tracek of land adjoining lands
of , ingleton, John Myers and others,
contaiming Two HUNDlRED AND 3F10HTY
Foun ACRES, inoreoOr 1l3ss.
All that tract of land, contaiiling ONE
HU NDIRED AND FIFTY-FoU iCACiES, adijoin izig
bands of J. E, Robertson and John
41l that tract or parcel of land, adjoin
ing lands of J. E. Pony anid Thlomnas
Jones, conitaining NiNETIx CE ur
or loss , - l CE~wr
All that traot of land, containinfgo?N
HUNDRED AND SIXTY-EIoHT ACREs, IorO
1(e4, adjoining lan,ds of Thoaca-s Jones
and J1. E. Robertson and othors, s
re'pr.eUned by 14a of same.
TERMS OF SALE
Oneh-hlof the purchase-money to be
paid in cash, and the balance in eqiual
installmaents of one anil two years, with
interest f.rom day of saab, at the rate of
ten per cent. peor annumaa, the samo to be
soecureal by the bond of the p)nrehasLr andt
a maortgage of the promises.
SIhecriffT's Otilee, 8. F, C.
iniinsbaoro, 8. (1.,
No0vember 11, 1878.
CHEAPEST DAILY IN THE
THIE EYENING SENTI?,,,
IS I'UBLIHED AT TUlE Low PICE OF
M4.00 per year.
T IS A BRUIIHT, NEW8iVY EVENING
.paper, and is ,d -td with ability by
Messrs. J4.\l J#4 ,1. A ND)AIn and PA .
.'iTOVA .L. It is the only aift.ornioon pa
per in thte $or.th that publishes the Tete.
graph)lie dispo.tphos of the New York
Associatod F.retis, InUs columsns wvill be
found all the news t1ast comes by tele.
graph, a9a the telegraphjo market re
por ts roceyed rip to tIye tim.o of go ing
.OFFXR0IAL. PA PSl .7 .THE CITy.
THlE EVENING SENT~INEL ja the
oficial paper .oftheo city of Augusta.
*f1 Allivho want a cheap paper ,should
subscribe for It. TERMuas-- 4 per year;
$2 for six months; and $1 for three
S end for speolfen copies. Ad
WALSH A W.iuGHT,
nov 12 . Anant.', Ga.
TRVSTFr'S SA LE.
3 Y virtitof alanthjority comf<rroad oul
.111 ) by the Ceduiora of John K. Catl
cmr, aau rupt, at . meeting held. il
W;nnvboro, at whol% I was e .( i andl
appoititud truisteo of the estato of said
-Jno. q. Ciathart, I will offer for ale. on
the iir-t Miondlay in Decombe', 187d, be
f*%r-- tho Court fiouso in Winnsboro, du
ring the legal hours of salo:
All that, plintation or tract of land,
forniorly tio property of tho sald
Jno. S. Caticart an1d now occupied by
hin, situatt in Fairfield county, one mile
from town of Winnaboro. and lying be
twoon the Chester and Columbia road and
the road leading from tho town of Winns.
boru to itocky Mount-said plantation to
bo Hold in six tracts, according to reHur
voy inade October 28, 1878, a plat of
which can be suen at my office.
Ti-:rus : One-third cash, the balanco in
two equal annual instalInents. witI in.
torest irom day of sale at 7 per centun
per annu'n, to'ite secured by qond of Pul.
chas er, and mortgago of premiss --bur.
cliaser to paty for papers.
I will also offer for sale on the saimo
day, f ir eash, tho personal property of
the aiid Jno. N. Catlicart, conisting of
corm,fudder, cotton aetd, hay &c., pdows,
waguins an i olbr farming utdnsils,
wlgon ;ind p)qw harzno.s,
Trusteo of the Bankrupt. E.tate of
I4oV U-td Jno. S. Cathcart.
J. M. RATY'Se
have jst returned from Now
York, and am opening daily a
varied stock of
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND bHO1ES,
- GROIERIES, &C.
My Friends are Invited to Call,
I again call the attention of the
publie to Iny stock of "Bay State"
sztandard'ncrewed and wii e
sewed Boots and shoes.
Every pair gnaran.
teed to giy.
sept 26 J. M. BEATY.
-CONSISTING IN PAILT QF
24 bbis. Molasses-all grades,
400 lbs. Choi(-e Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream Cheese,
2 )Qxes bes3t Italian Ma.oaroni,
12 blAs. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffee-10 Rio, 4 best
50 bbls. Choice Family Fl1opr.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bbls., cans and buckets.
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Harps.
Choice Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Rye and .Barley.
Nails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease,''White'
Wire and Cider Vinegar,
Raisins, Cirrants and Qitrori.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Peaches and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickley. Cliow
Chow and Pepper Sauce,
4. fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of which will be sold pheap for
nov 9 D. R. FLENNIKEN._
B. E. Ellisou. Ur , Anctioneer.
A, Markley Lee, Jr., Trustee of the Bang,
rupt I.tatoof 3. M. i.al Iwell & dons,
'Jacob CAl 0dwell anId Othere,
1) Y virtue of an order of the District
.L)dour. of the United States for the
D)istrict oa South Carolina in jh.e above
casc, will be sold on Moenday, the second
.d -y of Dcn.ber, 4.. D). ,1878, at the Court
h onna in the'T'owe of Wisboto, cunty
of Fairfield and 8Sate of $Q'.th C:arolina,
.at i'2 o'clock, mn.-..
All that tract of lan d. O.qatanieg Eiour
3UUNDRIED A.ND WFong .841i ARREs, ifnore' or
jes t, tut u rto, l,yung an!1 Inaing in the
County of F"airrohld and $tate afoesnidi,
on pho6 waters of' Wat'ro Greek, bounded
o.n the0 north by lands of WV. J. Latham,
east by lan<ls of Dr. $ainueh Mobley,
.south by landls of' 'Ro. T. W. Erwin
west b~y lands of W. WVatt 1$rioo, and
hyvinig such other shape, mailis und
.leounidaries as a p-ut 9f roesurvey made by
JT. 0. t'aldwoll, D. M., on the .-- day of
-- 187w, more fu'ly shows,
TERMs o1 SAL,E:
One-third cash, the balano. in f$W
,eggaI successive annual instalments, with
interest from d.ay of sale, payable annuel.
jy, geouyp(d by3 b.o,d of perehaser* and~
mortgagn of t110 prer4lsos, peroke.se $,o
pay for papers
GEORGE R, WAIEtL
nov -..2l1awRB w
Are AlwiayN 1ppy Homes.
\Vhat hath carth dearer ill palace or groe
Than mnuble at nigit-tall Itni1 ips that we love?
Then gother the little ones arotind ithe Piano
or Organ after the toils of the day are over, and
enjoy a real homo concert.. If you 111ae no
home, got, one right, away, or if you havenLtauy
children, tlorrow uoino, and if you are witNut, a
PIANO OR ORGAN
BUY ONE FORTHWITH AT
LUDDEN & BATES'
MAT HU sii r4 KPIAN S MA.5.
NFy. EW HAVEN 1
The Great Wholes4le Pjano and Organ
Popot of the South.
TEN THOUSAN4 FAMILIES
Have if] Ole p)ast.tte r eTjr jatd nt
nputs frp 4111 andevors ne cAntestifrto their
fill 10ro tv. T1 sq1it fpurchuoers oxaiiyi iw our
l and,d,lg, e can do it., we will do
t, and we are doing it, daily. Every Iustru
ment Sold sells a dozen others for us.
AND NOW TO BUSINESS.
FO t FALL TRApS 188 e~ready with
t rgest and f eit line or Ifttrument ever
al"playpi South, wilhl we 8011 d (iut to pur
chasers on tb NO AOENTS. NO COVNIISSIONS
PLAN at Mlanufaicturer's FACTORY RATES'
for CAS11 and on EASY TERMS. No Bogus
Iostrumuent4 sold at any price. Every Instru.
ment we sell bears it maker's name and has a
written six ye,irs guarantee. Reliable Instru.
onots at LOWEST RATES in America is what
we guarantee. On this rock we stand and
challege all competition. The man who can
undler8ell1 us isn't born yet.
7Oetallp, ::$135. 9 qtOPS, ::$65.
X~ Ucta 0, :: $145. 1 12 Stops, : T5.
Guaranteed the best sold in the U. S., at such
prices. Nothing like them ever before offered.
9trictly Wholealo rates. No reduction to
Urqolt as .eahrm. SPld only for pasp. 2o.
PIANOS FROMX OLD MAHERS.
""ICERINcG, $370 JKNABE& CO., ft810
NIATirt11 K, 0.PEASE & CO.. Z79.
IHAIN E ~ROS., ).- agUER5 OEM, 107.
Select from above list and you will have a PianD
good for a Ifetimo of bard use. True economy
lies in he 1uchase Of an A No. I Instrument.
The bent are always the cheapest, as well s
ORGANS FROD4 OT1 *IERS.
\iASON & TIAMLIN, 10 O'tnpf, $100.
:PELOUBET & ?ELTON, 0 Stops, 75.
In elegant New Style Cases. Fifty styles from
1ir, to $00. These mnagniicent Instruments
cost a little more than many others, but will
wear twice as long, and are far loetter. Illus
trated Catalogues fre.e.
WA TIESH VASY TERMS
PIANOS.--814 monthly, until paid
for; or $25 Cash, 'tnd balance in $l0
monthly payments or, ont,-half Cash1
dow an haano inone year.
OR0A NS. -$7.20O to $15 qu.irterly, for
ten quiartp'rs; or, $5, to $10 monthly, un
til paid f.or; or, ono.half Cash down and
balance in one y'ear.
B3EW ~.4R E ;ou Pi*a"nos d
Dode wtht m.If ayman offers youa
$1 .e00 PianO for $2l75, or a $260 Organ for $85
tell him he lies and you won't miss the toark!
Outrageous deceptions are raetised now. Btuy
oy frm arepuj.tapfle, W9 .-non uso
ecure best Instruments at lowest prfrees
3are Money, Time, Risk, algd Freight.
IPf MBGHAsING FROMt
LUDFiEN & BAThS
Coinor & Chanler'
Fine gold std Silver Wate1Aes,
liecklaces, Chains, Broches,
sleeve Buttons, Collar But-.
tQns, St.ud., &o.
4 hlte assortment of fancy and plain
Simsware, Platedware, ToILette
Sot,Vases, Linps, &o., as cheap
as the eleapest.
We will sell off ours stook e1
Crockery (ogeep4 Fla.te9 and Cups
anid Sa.ucers) at
OST FOR CASR.
TO THE TEACHERS:
TlE following bo3ks, published by
D. Appleton & Co., have been adopted by
tho State Board of Education, to be use<l
for five years in all the schools through
out the Stato;
AL-PLSTON's SERIES OF READERS.
CORNELL'S FIRST STEI'S IN GEoRAPHY.
CORNELL'S PlIMAity GEooRAPuy.
COANELL's INTERMEDIATE GnooPity.
QUAcRENos' PRIMARY GRA?.IARI.
QUACKENDO' ENLIsA GRAMMAR.
QUACKENOBS' ILLUSTRATED LASSoNS IN OUR
QUACKENBOS' FiST LEsSONs IN COMPOSIr
QUACRENfos' Com'osITION AND RIETORIo.
APPLETON'S MODEL CoPY BooKs.
To secure an uniformity, and as a mat
ter of oonomy, it is to the interest of the
parents and teachors that those books
should be put in the schools at once. To
facilitate the matter and to save extra
orpense to the parents. I have made ar.
rangonients with Messrs. MoMASTER
& BRICE, Booksellors, to exchange
those ke for the old ones now in hands
of the scholars, and to sell those not ex.
chunged at reduced rates for the next
For further information on these and
all othir books published by D. Apple.
ton &Co., please address
W. P. HIX,
General Southern Agent,
oat 22-ln COLUMBIA, S. 0.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Richard S. Desportos, Plaintiff, agains
Thomas Arledge, Defoudant.
TN pursuance of an order of the Court
of Common Pleas, made in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, before
the curt-house door in Winnsboro, on
the .first Monday in December nzext,
within the legal hours of sale, at public
ontcry, to the highest bidder, the fol
lowing-described property, to wit:
All that piece, parcol or traet of l*nd,
known as a portion of the Band lill
Tract, containing THREE HUNDRED AND
TEN ACRES, more or less, lying on Con
Branch, waters of Waterce River, bound,
ed on the north by lands of Mrs Sarah
DuBose and Mrs. Dixon, on the south by
lands of Mr,s. John E. Peay,and the Long.
town road, on the east by lands belonging
to Mrs. Sarah DnBloso an d lands belong,
ing to Mrs. John S. Poay, and on the west
by lands of Hailes, the Long town road
and the road to the "Graham P1 ie,."
TERMs OF SALE:
One-half of the purchase-money to be
paid in cash, the balance on a ere4it ot
one year fromn day of sale, payable an.
nually, the purchaser to give for suoh~
balance a .bond scured by a mortgage of
the premises sold, and to pay for all
W. HI. KETR
Clerk's Office, 0. 0. 0, . p. F.'
Winneboro, S. C.,
November 7, 2878.
New Summer Cook.
Amil DOES NOT H EAT THE HOUSE,,
Perfect f,o,r all kinds.o~f Cooking ar,id geat..
A lways ready and reliable.
The most satifactory Stovia made am?d &hg
AMPf Sen4 for circulars.
WHITNEY A. H ALL MF'G. CO.,
july 27--ly 123 ChesA.nut St., Phil,.
.YNB.4NK RUPT OYr
& rane Jno. 8. Reynoldsi, Assignee. ia -e
W.im.D. Alken, Bankrupt.-Petition for
sale of real and ?rsonal estate, an4 .49
eall in lien ored trs.
ALL oreditors elaim'i4g to hold lioe
.c..agaiaist the real or persQual estte .Qf
this bankrupt, are hereby yo,quired to
establish the samie 1?ef ore ne, at ty
oein Yorkville, 0., on orbe fore the
90htomber, instant or Iby will be
debar 14''iners infihebnl eo tQ
be made h.oreini, Br o e gg
nov 7-1aw2w Reafsater in Bankru7tey: