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WNNSIOo, 8. V.
!5'JJVaD4. Zx, i0J2 14 1878.
R. )\fCAN ; DAVJ N, HDITe14.
J*O. h. B'Rl"NOLDS, ASsOCIATs ICVUH.
BEN BU,TLElC say8 I Is h ppy.j [e
received 109,000 votes, t larger num
ber thank Was over before received by
a beaten candidate, and moir ta
several successful cianlidates received.
lie pro)oscs to Aght it out, Oi his linle'
until 'assaehusetts it reformed. lHe
Is a lively Beast.
THE CoLMIA Rgsr has It Well
Written article on the At\ture of the
Democracy. It takes the proper
ground in demanding (lint the Presi
dential fight of 1881) be waged on hligh
colstitutioll prinwiplem iistead of
upon sides issues. Bitt we think our
contenporary errs in abaulotiig New
Yoiqk, Now Jersey and Connecticut inl
the hope of gaining Ohio, Illinois and
Wviscousit. If we renmember arihit
New York has gone Democratic every%
time shiethe.qlose!of the war except,
lin 1872, 1873 and 1878. It is a Demo
cratil State. New Jersey and (.(on.
necticut have been pretty steadily
Democratic of late; while Ohio is
always.tepublicaln on a full voto, and
Illinois and Wisconsin have scar,,ely
ever been anything else. The time
may come for the West, and South to
shake hands; but, at present the most
stalwart of Republicans are Coad in
the former section. We had better
wait until after the State elections
next year before tially resolviiig to
abaudon the Eastern Demlocracy.
Ex-Senator Norwood, of GeoYgia,
delivered an address before the people
of Columbia oi Saturdiy 'eveinig in
behalf of the !outlheri PaciLic Rail
roal, of Calirorilit. He showed
pretty conclusively that. Tom Scott's
Texas Pacitle 1otinl is a fraud, in
that it hasfortbitedIits.chartdr and its
subsidy by non-compliance with the
terms, and that it now asks for forty
or fifty million dollars. It. requires
Ro argumenCIt to convince the people
of this section that a southern trans
continental route should be built.
But wlhether the Soithurn. -Piteitic
company should be endorsed is atioth
er matter. It i. charged tint ths
corporation is controlled by the
Central Pacific, and , that the' union
under one management. of th6' only
two trans-continental route, likely- to.
exist in a long ti, would give rise
to a more.. grinding m11opoly than
that now in operation., Bettqr to have
Tonm Scott t,hanu: Seland Staumdford or
* lliHuntiigdlon. If we do the Southern
Pacifie an-injustice we will bo very
hafppy to be enlightened. Bunt we
think thaft our Senattors and Congress
Ii men will do well to see' Whethuer thiN
corporation, i,s a pig- in a po)ke before
they cdint'to bargain for itL
Coming Home to Roost.
The Attorney.Genoral:has promised
a sensation in the comning trial of 1).
11. Chamberlain for comiplicity in
Land -Coinmrssion frauds. -[ The
specific charge in fleis iifgance is the
purchase of <e4 Hol' Swamup for
over a hundred thousand dlollars,
when it was voatth: bare?y 'twenty-five
thousand, and ,the division of the
profits amonig the boavd', of which
Chamibpr1ain was, a mnember.. The
wily ex-g9ve~rngr propfesses his entie
willingness to come on and1 stand
trialy and 1 9 ,w,ll be put on bail iunti
the spring term of Richlnid cour't.
This begins. to look somethinig like
business.. If the St ate had put fall the
thieves'intoythe pttitentihitT .a yt'at'
ago, gye phoig~ have heard no hinn- o'
the cajnstgeilade a thai qo)uvigse
the peaceful and unco puid peole of
the North. with-horror, and wrung a
a fresh, stream, ofi gore from. the
bloody-shirt. Once j, pris9n,.Othello's
political occupati it 'iil lie gone.
The case against Chamrberlain must
be vigoroutsly p)rosecutIed to convic
tion. Ho was the head and front of~
the conspigec ,,and ?onlJd lteagt'
bear is~ thl~ shan~ of: the punrshmtiu.'
lie evidence against, him is sad jg
be c'oicelusivd 'ard thte "eake p)rese'nts
the b.cpp pqag~blp ,opportuity fpr a
display of the' legal knowledge and
magnI*opit ~uto$riA poWrs. iof
Attorney General Youmans.
'I S(ACTLNG GOY2RNORl 8LAfP30o.
EIovernor Hamnyton ifxCbRnsequene of
tihe Active Diseharge of his B }p
mnd Turns It overito Lieutenant-Gov.
suTin.fo proib ac act has
produc.ed ahys'a Inabil ng
ties of the ofilce of "the Governor of
Ite State of South Car-olinla'" a<id that
thocoIstittio of this common
weith il slich Caso devolv'es (lie s1me11
upon the Iloi. W. 1). S1.1MsoN, Lieu
tenanilt-CGovernlor of I hi State,
It. is mnY plesuiro to add that the
honors and hurdecus thuts trausterred
by the organic law of the land coul be
fransflerred to no wnore worthy or con
Ii testinony whereof, I have hereunto
set, my hand and caused the
Great Seal ofrthe Stato to be
Done at otir city of Co.
[L. s.] luibia this 13th thiv, of No
vember, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight
hundred and seventy-eight,
and inl the onle hiundred and
third year of' [ndependence.
WVA D14 ,H1AM PTON,
By the Governor:
I-. M. SIMs,
Secretary of State.
Tt.m STATE OF SOUTII CAOULINA,
Cox.Vn.%, S. C., Nov. 13, 1878.
Whereas serious iniury, resulting
Fromi a paliltfil Iccid(eint, lately sus
tained by IHis Excellency Wade'Iliamp
toi, halts produccd physic-1al inlability Oil
his part, to dischalgo the powers anld
duflus of 1he oillce of Govlernor of the
State of South Carolina; aid where
.a the Cons( t itlution1. of this Corlnilon
Wealt h1111 in 1 suce e devolves the Same
upon nie, the Lieutenant-Goverinor of
'NOW, thr g JI'LL.JAm D.
Slml'sox, (o heeb, 'p'oclaiI that I
have entiered 11ponl the disc argli1fe of' tile
powers flnld dlties of' tihe ofliee of "the
(O4verior of the State oV Solti Caroji
In nmkinl'g this anll notnneicment, noo
words cat expres tile sorrow wlifchx
pervadcs this eiiire Commonwealth at
I he occu rrence,ot t,his calaimlit v to our
beimoe chiier Mntist'ite and 'State ; a
worrow sharld m11ore0 largely hy no (one
thla by him to whom the ho'nors and
burdens of this, high ikice have been
In testimony Whereof I have hercuito
set, Imy hand and Caused the
Great.Seal ot'the State to be
atflixe d, at, Golumbial, this
[L,. s.)... 13th day of November, A.
1). 18784, and !in the one
hundred am third Vear of'
the Illdependelnce 'of the
United States of America.
W. ). SIMPSON,
By tile Acting Governor:
R. M. Sums,
o'(cfletary of State.
STA TE OF S.OUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY or FAItFIELD.
Lucy A. AMobley agalnst Edward D.
M1obley and Othora
Samuel W'. Moble, Junior, against
.1"lward D. Alt;blev, Williain D.
Mobley and Others.
IN PUlSUANCE of an order of the
Court'i of (lie 'ourit of C'ommlnon Peaus,.
nlitde inl thle ablove0-statedl elso, I will
Otlehr for sale, be'fore the Q.our't1louise
dloor' in Winnsb510lo, onl t he tirst Mon..
d'ay' in Dewceter ne.xt, within the
legail hiours' of' 5'sle t pub)lic outcrv',
to the hiigh1est bdi', the followii'r
All tha p111jiece', parcel 0or tratct Of land1(,
lying' and( situs1t9 (n1 the county of'
fartield, State( of :Sonth Carolina,
known as8 the "D)avid Yonmgue Tract,"
conutiingi Tw(o IIrNDnIED) AND) NINETY
Iaiids of' Edward 1). MIoblev,. Jame's
Jones, M~ary' M. Moblev and others..
TERats or SALE.: C'ASh.
W.'. Hi. KERRh,
'O. C.. C. P. F. C.
WlIinsboro, S. (.,
Novemiber' 8, 1878.
CL E R K'S SALE;
STATE P(W #0 rTH CA,RQLINA
0OUNTY QF' f'AIRFIELD.
Printup, D3ro. 4~ Pollard, Plaintiff's,
agat1nd iun-ice A l3aeot, Defendant.
TN pursuance af an order pf' the Court
.Lof Canimon PlenW, indot in the above
stated ense, I will offer for sale, before
the court-house door in Winnsboro, on
the tirst Monday in December next.
within tihe legal hours of sale; at, public
outcry, to the highest biddor, the follow
png described1 property, to wiit:
All, tlat piece, paz'chi or lot of land,
withi '~~i idix' s therebn, situate lnathe
tows~~o go IrI:o ' 'i' tihe county and
Stato a kri' ~c, 'u~i'ink ONI&-oUntul
oi' AN Acnu, mlorO or less, fronting on
I'ongrcss street in said town, a distance
of fifteen feet, thence ptmning west by a
straight line on thle northern side four
hund red and( twenty feet, thmenie running
south on Vand1erhorst street a dlistalneo of
thirty feet; anil theneeread~ to Cnrs
~,root: bounded0( by lot.taffJameu ikn
1 ecealsed,, OD. tho nqrtb;. bNy Congress
treet on t'leo' east; by ots of the said
1Munico A IIaco1,'8aWmel Cathedrt and
Fled. ('opes on tihe souith; thle said lot of
lnd being thle same conveyed to Eunice
ABaew L'b? James. R1 Aiken on.' the 15th,
TERMS oF SALE:
One-half of the p'irehawmoney to, be
paid in cash, the bnlance on a credit of
one yggr .froin (lay of sale, with interest
frontwafl dlay, pl falble an'nually, the pur
chiamQngiyp ,r p.noh, htulane a bend
1iouted by a mortgago of the premises
Mld, and to pay for.all necessary pa~pers.
W HI IERR,
Clerk'stftee, . -0 0C). F .
}Vinnhboro, 8 0,
.1. Novemiber 8, 1878.
*kOOTS AND SIig.E
T H1argest1ntopk9f eti e Abpvo evel
oeffered bfhff.' Gr6a( 11d'doementi
- oct l'A U. (G. DESPOR TES.
FRESH Cheese- and Crackers, at
Rt. . MeOARLEAY'$,
Executors Side of a Valuable
~N puirmitce of authority given by the
.L4t Will and Testauent of Mrs Jano
M. Sholdd, leuoae-.1I. to t o und(ersignmed
as her exectitors. we will offer for sale at
publio iuction, to tho highe.t bidder, at
the oirt-husme door in Winsibro, on
the first Mondty in Decemwr next, all
that valuable Farm belongiutg to the
estate of *;aid deceasftd,C ntaining EIGoTY
m0oFT ACRES nore or less, lying cast of
and near Winnsboro, and bounded by
lands of Henry A. 0aillard, W. It. Iltobert
monl, the estate of James I. Aiken, de
ceased, William D. Aiken, and the public
ron-I leading from Winnsboro to Caindon.
Terms of sale a follows: One.third of
tho pirolhaS monny t) be Imid in c.%Sa
on day of sale, an-I the remainingi two
thirds in two equal ainual sucessive in
. stalments thereafter, m ith in terest thereon
fiom the day of sale, rayablo sinnually,
secured by,bond of the purchaser and i
mortgago of the premises, the purchaser
to pay for all necessary papers.
W. R. RO1,RTSON, Ex on tors.
W. It. RA1313,
Wiinnsboro. 8. V,. Noveilbes 7, 1879.
nov 9 -x I flaw3w
CLE RK'S SA LE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Hopkins, Dwight & Co., ajainst Henry W
I N plursuance of an order of the Court
of Cosmion Pleis, made in the above
stated case, I will affer for sale before
the court-house door in Winnsboro, on
the 1irat Monday in Decomber next,
w.thin the legal hours of sale, at public
otitcr3, to the highest bidder, the follow
ing deicribed property, to wit:
All that plantation or tract of land lately
the property of Osrond Woodward, do
ceaseil, lyig, being and situate in the
County of Fairfield and Stato aforesaid,
and known as the"John Harrison Place,'"
containing EIGHT 11UNDnED AND FoRTY
EIGHT ACHES, more or less, and bounded
by Isuds of Mrs Martha Woodward, Mrs
Regina Gadsden, Colonel John L Black,
Osmond 8 Jones and others.
- TERMS OF 8ALE:
One-third of the purclae-money to be
paid in cash; for the balance a credit of
one and two years, with interest from
day ot* sale, the purchaser to give his
bond secured by a mortgage of the premi
see, and to pay for all necessary papers.
W H KERR,
Clerk's Offic, C C P FC.
November 8, 1878
PRICE THIRTY DOLLARS.
p FIl AMD WlTEA OF P
J. 0. BOAG,
GRAND WENNSBORO DRYGOODS, FAN
CY GOODS AND MILLINBIY
e-- Begs leave to say to his cus- ;e
W tomers and all others in need o
7 1f Goods thatt he is again pre- (
ta p.ired to show them one of theu
1 .tSrgest and best assortedl stock o
V Dry G~oods. IEnciiy G~ods and i
Sthat he has over exhibited. We a
are receiving goods daily. H
Every department will be 6
Skept full of desirable and
an byers may confidently cJ
rely on getting their goods not M
Sonly at low prices, but of the
Smost desirable quality that the W
1 has engaged the services of a e
~ fi rst-class Milliner, who will as- a
Ssiet her in her department, and 0
Owho will take pleasure in p)leas
Sing the mos fastidious tastes. cc
Sfor the ccf"brated and most re -Q
<4 liable paper patterns-But - 5:
O terick's--for Ladies,. Misses and 4"
SA full and complete line- of
O ents', Ladies',- Misses' and ~
Z FAMILY GROCERIESy, 0
$ Cheese, Mackerel, Cakes, Crack
eraor, Maccaroni, Spices, Can- m
O dies, Tobacco, Cigars,-in faet 0
you can find anyrthing you want
0 at J,. 0. BOAG S as low as the
i same gooda. can be bought any -~ 0
O sept 27 '.0. BOAG.j2
THLE WINNSIBORO HOTEL,
MRS. hi. W. BROWN..
Sr HIS Hotel, situnt'ed in the centre of
Ithe* town, offets and guarantees to the
publio inducements unTsurpassed by any
other house in the place. Tableo sup
plied with the beat in the market. Com
fortable rooms a'nd polite 'attention,
Termas-2.0O per day. 'aug 9-U
IN purstuanc of ani order of' 11e
Court otIrobaite, I will sell onl MoIlday
the 25thday of November instani, it.
t o'clock, it th floritier resideice of'
the ltte A LEXANDElt McKENZIE,
delcased, all ihe personal property be
longing to the estate of' the suit de
D. Rt. 1"LE'NNIKEIN,
nov 9-lIwyt( Adminis rator.
IN BAVKR UPT1CY.
Er parle Jno. S. Reynolds, Assignee. in re
1% in. 1). Aiken, 13nkrupt,-Petition for
sale of real and personal estate, flad to
call in lien creditors.
ALL credifors claimning to holdl Uins
.11"ainst the real or per.ional emtate 1f
this bankrulpt, aire hereby required to
establish the same before Inc. at my
oflice in York ville, 8. C., on or before the
20th November, instant, or they wi" be
debarred1 all interest in the final decree to
lie mide herein. Bi order of said Court.
hov 7-law2w Register in lInkrptcy
TiUST-EE'S SA LE1.
B Y virtne of anthority corferred on
me by the creditors of John S. Catif
eart, Bankrupt,, at at meeting held in
Winnsboro, at which I was elec'ed ani
appointed trustee of the estate of said
Jno. S. Cathcart, I will offer for sale, on
the first Monday in DeDcomber, 1878, be
foro. the Court louse in Winnsboro, daU
ring the legal hours of.sa7e:
All that plhntation or tract of lanid,
formorly the property of the said
Jno. S. Catheart and now occupied by
hii, situate in Fairfield county, one mile
from town ot Winnsboro, and lying be
tween theChnster and Columbia road and
the road leading from the town of Winns
boro to Rocky Mount-said plantation to
be sold in six tracts, according to resur
vey made October 28, 1878, a plat of
which ican be seen at my oflice-.
TEm I One-third cash, the balance in
two equal annual instalmeuts, with in
terest from day of sale at 7 ver centum
per annua, to be secured by )on(] of pur.
chaser, and mortgage of )reinusos--piur
chaser to pay for papers.
I will also ofrer for sale on the same
day, for cash, the personal property of
the said Jno. S. Cathcart, consisting of
corn,fodder, cotton Hecd, hay &c., Ilows,
wagons and other farming utensils,
wagon and plow harness.
Trustee of the Bankrupt. Estate of
nov 9-td Jno. S. Cathcart.
SELLING OFF !
SELLING OFF I
MH1E subscriber, having filly deter
Tmined to close the present business
as soon as possible. will sell, from this
out until the 16th of November, the en -
fire stock of goods. which amibraces a fine
lot of Clothing, Hats, Dry Good. Netions,
Hosiery, Boots and Shocs,.nt and under
COST FOR CASH ONLY
after which time the remaining stock
will be dis )osed of at public auction
until the sale is complete..
oct 29S. S. WOLFE.
CHEAPE~ST DAILY IN THE
THlE E VEKING SEXTINEL,.
I8 PUDLI SHED) AT TuE .Law .PRICE oF'
$4-.00 per' year.
IT rs A BRIG'HT, NNWSY EVENING
...paper. andl is tzlited with abilhty by
Messrs.. JA lIE- R. lRANDAIL' and P. A.
8TOVAL.L, It is the only afternoon p)a
per in the South that p)ublishes the 'Tele
graphic dispatches of' the Now York
Associated Press. In its- columna will b)e
found allb the news that comes by tele
graph, and> the telegraphic market. re
ports received up to the time of go ing
OFFICIAL PAPER OF 'DHE OFTY.
THE EVEN-ING SENTINEL is the
ollicial paper- of the eity of Augusta.
*e All who want a cheap paper should
subscribe for it. TEaMs-$4 per-' year;
$2 for six months; and $1 for three
//#" Send for specimen copies. Ad
WALSHI & WIIIT,
nov 12' Auguata, Ga.
-HO ! POYf
ri- HE first House5 in town to led-uce
IWhiskey to ten conts a drink, Beer
to five cents a glass and Billiards fif teen
centn.per game.. Ilaving a- large and well
selected-.lot of Pune Liquers on hanad of
which. the following are a few of the
IPhre old Kentucky Bourbon, Catbinet,
XXXX and Baker Rye, *)>ur Mash Stone
Mountain Corn, a specialty, Cogaa,
California, Peach and Apple Brandies..
Champagne, Sherry and Port Wies.
Cin-cinn- tf Lager Beer atwavys ktept on
ice, and all sorts of' fancy and cool drink.
prepared in the most tasty manner at
aprlT 30-It 3. D. MeOARLEY.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
PaoB/.TE JUDoE's OFioE.
WINNSBORo% 8. 0., Oetober 25, 1878.
A uL persons having claims agailnst the
hereby notinied that they must present
and' establish thir- eIl'is before me at
my office in Winotsboro,FairnlM Count
8. 0., at 1. o'elbe.k, a. mu., oan esday the
31st (lay of.December, 1878,. or &hey wifT
be debarred of payment of the same.
oct 20-x 1awOw I ThOMS n
TO THE "ACHERS
II E following books, pubihed by
1). Appleton & Co., havre been adopted by
the State Board of 10ducation, to be used
for fivo yoari in all the schoolo through
out the- Stato-:
APLETON'S SEHIE's 01 FADEMf.
(o1NEfL's FftT ST'E'$s IN GEOIr'APIfl
ConNEmL's P. -fAlty GEMOR &PIHY.
COnNELL's INTERME)TIkTE UrOOnAPHY.
QUACKENnOS' PnIMARY GRAMMAn.
QUACKEINDOS' E-o4Ian GRAMMAR..
QUACKENDOS .rLLUSTRATE) LESSONS IN OUr$
QUACKENBos' FIAST LEssoNs 1W Comrosr
QuAcKENno' COMPOSITION ANIV RHETORIC.
APPLETON'S MoDE-t CoN Booms
To secu-re an anifo'rrity, ail as a mat
ter of economy, it is to the intere.it of the
parents an-d teachors that these books
should be put in the schoolsat onceo. To
facilitate the matter and to' iave extra
expensc to the' parent! i h i.ve made ar
rangemonts with Messrs. McMASTER
& RICE, Booksellers, to exchange
these ks for the-old ones now in hands
of the scholars. and to sell those not ex
changed at reduced rttes for the next
Vnr further information on these' and
all othjr loos l)il)lished by D. Apple
ton & Co.., please address
W. P. HIX,
General Southern Agent,
oct 22-in COLUMBIA, S. C.
3. M. BEATYTS.
Imv just~ returned' from- Now'
IYrk and am opening daily a-.
varied otoch of'
HATS- AND OAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOESF,
My Friernds are Invited to Call..
I again calf the atterition of the
p)ublic to my stock of "Bay State"'
standard screwed and wire.
sowod Boots and shoes..
Every pair gnaran
teed to give
sept 26 J. M. BEATY..
iOPL~E' to know that we ha-to a goodli
Pain'ter and a-good Trimmrer,. and that
we are thoroughly prepared to do g.oodl
is well seasoned, being.itrom: two- to thraow
wvii attend, to the Horse Shoeing depart
We sell the famous- Treclega,' Horse and
Mulo- Shoes, Southern man'lfacturo..
Also, the Ironzod Horse Shoo NaIr, best
in the market.' -
All work as represented', or-'I o oh argo
Prices' ass low' as any respon's, ble.flirm.
in the county.
DESPORTES & MONTS,
sept 0- Wh'eoightsand Farlriets.