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l'rTTH R) D Y, Oi'i:M ;1 29, 1878.
Ing 1.1iIt ll.\ Ot SCll iU(Li-.-The l'ollow-.
jir is thle r'e-senlt, schiedittic or arrivalo,
on the Charlotte, Columbia and Au
DAV PAsSEN(i-Gomv; NoitH.
Columbia - - 4.145 r. M.
ilythewood - - 2.11 "
.itid1gewa1y - -- 3.03
Winnsbro - - 3.3-5"
voodward's - 4.10 "
111ackstock - - -1. 15
(lestor. - - 4.16 "
DAY PASSEN(MiR-GOING SOUTI.
Chester - - 12.47 1. 3r.
.liackslock - - 1.16 "
Woodwa i- - 1.21 '
Winnsboro - - 1.56 ''
Ridgeway - - 2.26
ilythewood - - 2..14 '
Coltumbia - - 2 "
For Sile-Despor-tes & Monts.
Shoes anld Apples-U. (1. Despor-tes.
Citation-. I,. Thouplon.
Professor (?) 0essley, the imianl w ith
out ariq, and his Iear-ned pig have
been in town.
Tl cir-cus Camto to Wisllborlo, but,
in consequence of the badv weather,
did not stop.
Col. .Jino. B. Palmer, preside'n1 of
the (Charloltte, Columbia and Alugnusla
Railroad, wvilH accept ourll thanks For a
complimnitary tickef, over his road.
Preveilionl is surehy bettcr than
cure, and to prevent tile diseaseS of
babhilood froill atiakinig yol). child,
utse ill Avason Dr. BIuWl's liby Syrup,
the sarest and best remiledy for chil
drell. All Druggisls sell it. *
BultI-n) 'ro I) vrn.- colore'd
wvOmlanl unm1ed Adelinla, living oil
Capt.'Rowell lediliCimuds' place, Nwas
so badly bureid oi list Friday iiglit,
that She died the rbllowing" morning.11
She had bell for several years anl epi
leptic, and had111twice boelo I*kll(n into
the fire but h1-14 bon re'-ened b46for%
reCiving ' , ' seriols i i jtry. She wts a
fait-hful Servant, having" neovmr left, her
homie, hut conistanitly sh-mwn her-appre
ciat,ion of thO kindness of her white
friends. In he'r saIlY' rin:; she hi:id
f6e.108.t c 11)1 111:11. 8 ie 110 11 :1(1o
erin attention Olat thle kinidness of
her old misire: suv; st :l.
Braswell, livil"g Four miles South of
Ridgeway, was severely AoIwo ded in
the left breast oin last Mondtiv. The
circunstauces .are these: Alr. Bras
well wats eideavolrilg to get it broken
tube from at guni-barrel, anld af11er fail
ing to extriente it, with ai dr'ill, placed
h barrel in at furnace, with the muz
z.10 tolward him1selcf, whenl it exploded,
tho Shot entering the cavity juIst below
mlunlds, the at tending iohysiciani, f'ear's
ness of intere.st thus far (101e by the
Legishlature consists of thle or'ganiza.
tioni of bothl holuses and1( thle elect ion of
oflicers, In thle Senat1e Hlon. T1. B.
Jeler, of Union, was unainously
(elected prlesidenlt prIo 1em. ; Mr. T1.
Stbo Farr'ow re-electedl cler'k; Mr.
R. A. Goodwyn, of Riclanaid, reading
Newbhei'ry, sergeantl-at-arims. 'rhe
usuail mlessalge was21 sent, to tihe 1Touse.
In the linse,.1lHon. Juo. C. Shiep
p)ardl,'of Ed~o~gefield, was1 iuanhnIfously
re-ellected( Speaker-General KI~enned1y
having withIdrarwvn; Col. ~JIO. T1.
Sloan1, Sr., of Cohnnbia, was re-elected
clerk; Mr. ,John DJ. Brown, of Barn
wvell, was re-elected sorgeant-at-armns,
and Mi'. R1. M. .Anderson, of Abbe
villec, was elected rerdling clerk. Th'le
uisual message was senlt to the Senate
and to the acting governor.
Mir. Simontoni inltr'oduced the fol
l owinig r'esolutiiion, whlich was cou
sider'ed immuediately and agrieed to:
J?esolved by th6i House8 of Rlepreson
tatives, thle acuate concdurHnilg, That
the p)resenlt c)ond(itionl of the pe.ople of'
tIhe State and of the punblic finances de
mnands the 'most rigidi economly in
every branch or the governmient, that
to tis end it is cxpledienlt that the ses
sions of tile General Assembly should
be made as8 short as may be compati
ble w1ithl thle public initer'est; thalt the
committees of bolth houses be, and
they are brchey, inlstruceted so to for
ward the mnatters r'efer'red to them that
the usage, uinterru0.11ptedl fr'om tile for
mTationl of' the Stale government to tihe
b)eginIninig of t,be warl, maiy algatin pie
vail, and the General A.semibly may
adjourn before the Christmas holiday
Mr. Miles intr'oduicd the following
rcsol utiol, which was conisidlered Iim
mTediately and agr'eed to:
J?esoled, That a committee of three
l)e oppointed to act with a similar comn
mit)teo oin the p art of tile Senate, to
wiait upon his Excellency Governor
HamUlpton, to expr'ess to hlim the symi'
pathy of the General Assemnbly in' his
suiffering, and wishes for his .speedy
restoration to health.
Messrs. Miles, Shand and Earle were
appointed the committee on the t
of the Houlse,K
olritre r, oT 7. ot Tr,r' sr'17'R.
Tabular Statomnil".1t of th Vol in Etch).
A.., the ,Iidi-aljs hlu,14 > I,() t tickeL
iu tie Li h, t n v te t r (I -rc..;men1It
is given below as soving the rela ive
streigth of the two parties at the late
election, as declared by the Board of
FIRST CoNGRSSIoNA, ISTirCr.
Ch(esterleId 1,515 985
Marlboro 2,58: 1,232
Darlingtonl 3,9 10 2,773
Stumter 4,771' 2,9-11)
Georgetown 1,468 1 ,307
Williamsburg :3,037 2,195
Marion 3,;l0 2,238
Horry 1,718 .126
Majority over Rainey 8,611
O'Uon nor. Alankey.
Charleston 11,2 15 9,W
Ora nigebu rg 4,112 2,626
Clarndon 2,181 1,1 m;
Majoritv overMacikey 7,386
Scattenug: Charlestonl 10; Orange
Ot-onec 1,w)7 li;
'icken Is89 : 5
N w be:Ty 3,1 18 2,122
LexingI . 137
Laurens , ) l 1 ,-h80
iMajority over Ennor 1.1 5
Scattering: Atiir: m, I i.
Spartanburg 3, .;1
ChBes ter:. N
K(ershuaw g, i7.11
Majority over Walince 21,96 1
Colleton -1,299 2,152
3eatiort .120 4,- 15
larnwell 5,679 1,611
Edgelld 7,185 170
Aiken -I ,989 585
llam1pton 3,837 1,251
26,409 10,66 I
Majority over Smalls 1-7,745
S(atterig: Beaufort 2; uiken 1.
HOICE RWd Kings & Baldwin's,
J$2.00 per bushel.
nov 28 U. G. DESPOR1T:-.
SHOES AT COST.
50( pairi, also utely at vost.
50 u. ci.D PTRE.
FOR SALE !
One light T wo--or-se 'Wagon.
One heavy T wo-Hlorse WVogon.
Ono One-Horse Wagon.
Ono Top Buggy.
GO Open Buggy, second hand.
Prices of all work reduced.
ov 28 DESPORTES & MONTS1.
TheIx State of' South Carolia,
COUI'TY OF FAIRFIELD.
By 0. R. TJ'IOM.JPSON, Esq., Probale Jwdgje.
-X HER1EAS, HI. J. McKcown hath
V nie suit to me to grant him
letters of administration of tihe estate and1(
effects of Peter Hlalsoll, dleconsodt:
These aro, therefore, t.o cite and admnon
ish all and singular the kindred and credi
tors of the said Peter Hl-aciol de
ocased, that they be and appear b,efore me,
in the Court of Probate, to boheld( at
Fairfield Court House, 8. 0., on the 10th
day of December, after pulichation
he-:oof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, why the said
admiitraltion shoul d not be grantecd.
Given under my hand, lth is 26th day of
November, Anne Domuini 1878.
.7-- O,c 0.t. THOMPSON.
no0v 7-x2J. P. F. C.
SHIERIFF'S SA LE.
B1Y virtue of tan exe P'6ion to me di
reeted, I will offer for: sale- befiro the
couirt.houtio door ini Winnsboro, onL the
Ii rst M~onda-y in aJeeomber noe:.:t, wvitin
tihe legal hours of sate, to ('he highest bid..
der, for o.Isn, the following desceribou
p)rop'erty, to wit:
All that pilco, p)arcl or' ract of land
known as the "Nat hant Free' Tract," con
taining ONE 1LUND1R1',D AN.D T Wb:NTY
EIGH 1' ACiRES, mnor or les, aind
boundo.1 cn the nort,h aind oax, by lands
of Burr Harrisoit, do"--a:ed, and the
estate of Dawikins; on t" south by lanf is
of the estate of WV. J Alston; andl ontthe
weost by Ia- da of Charles F'roo; also one
gray horse aind one cow ;-h-vied on as
thle property of William 0. Harrison, at
the snit of Jno. WV. Lylea, as Guardian.
8. WV. EU IFPi,
!heriff's Offieo, 8. F. (3.
Winn 'boro, 8. 0.,
No vember I1, 1878.
AUI 1T? 1 fyon wntto MAK~
A blanta,. aemed. mna 1.-rm
o I v
. fu. owing
de erib ii, po .' t e . it:
All that picce iparoul or tract of lani
containing ONE I UNDIED AND
SE'EN,Ty lFi.VE !ACltES, mwore or less,
aid bountled by lndis of David Price, J,
V. En.ziinger, 'V. G. Smith and J. 0.
llaivood, levied oil aH the property of C.
A. Abell, at the .suit of W. S Dunta lap.
8. W . IU IF,
8herill's Oulice, s. . O
Wiin:uboro, S. C.,
November 11, 1',78.
nlov1 x I13
TLl Y virtiio of an exieutioll to mo1 di
_1 rvcte,-, I will ofl'er for salo beforo the
toirt-lionso door in Winnsboro, oin the
first 'lorilday in December next. within
the lel(.Ial hours of sale, to tile highest, bid
der, for cmsu, the following described
property. to wit:
All that pit-co, pircel or tract of landi1l
contaiin1g oNE HUNDRED AND FiFrY ACiti,
more or less, tild b1oun1ded by lands of
trs. Graco Lakin aind others 1.; also, the
ntill, suibject. to (le interest of Mrs.
Griee La:inl in said mill; levied on at
tho suit, of Samuel 13. Clowney, as Clerk.
against William 1. Elkin, as ad'inistra,
tor, and IHenry L. Parr.
Sherifr"s Oflce, S. F, C.
Winnusboro, S. C.,
November 11, 1878,
W. A. atl .1. C. Goff, as Administrators
of' lh tistato of Nia. Coil, deceased,
Ii... Th1i:-, II. Milcs.
l Np un.- of an )rder o7coiirt mado
inl thloahove-staled eale, I will offer
f.r -ale I- fore th court-house door in
Wini-14r,. on tho first Moilay in
1.- 1b-r nel, witiOn the legal hours
. 1., i h .4he:t bidder, Foi CASH,
t m i . -w dsribed propertIy, to wit:
I had r 1Itc Of bid1. vontaliig 'rwo
-ama 0 .- 0 xt .,cy . imoro or less.
! n ' . I ,:i'u,ty, atid bo1) e1% 1
d ls .et'.n of1 Davuet
- i , o wi 1 - 1 w s! b y lan d ,
I.EU theO sata andiu cart
S. W. R UFF,
ks. Y. 0.
HITE OF SOUTH CAkOLINA,
(A'UNTY OF 011tENVILLE.
Sarah Il. Lwis, Execuirix, es. Sarah N.
Lewis, i ary 0. Lewis, Eliza A. Lewis,
Rtobert N. Lewis, d al.
\ "rs"i"eo of an ord r from 'T. 1.
Cooke, Jiulgo of the eighth circuit,
I will oiler for sale, on the first Monnay
inl December next, befo're thecourt-ouse
(loor in Winnsboro, -vithin the legal
hours of sile to the highest bidder, the
follow-in.. described property, to wit:
All that tract or parcel of land, lying
In beiii in the county of'Fairfield, ad
joining lands of Dickson, C. Singleton
Aand othOrs, cointiinlng FivE HUNDRED
A\1 NNUNr1'.Y-TWO ACRES, more or loss, as is
fully repk-rest nted by plat of tihe same to
b'o exaitbit a Il nl. of saole.
All tha (ract or pitr#ol of land, situate
in. the county of Patiield, adjoining
hands of Die ,son, C. Singl.~eton anad others,
conltaininlg '?iTnNE nIUNDREiD AND FIVE
AcREs. as represented by plat of same to
he exlhibited on day of sale.
All that tract of land adjoining lands
oif D)icksoni, .John ' aers and( others, con
faiing FOUR UUNI)iEn) AonEs~, more or1083.
All that. tract of land adjoining lands
of C. Sinigleton, John Myer.s and othors,
v'ontaining Two MUNDREID AND EIoHTY
Fot'it ACHES, inore or less,
All that tract of land. containing ONE
ItUs aNRE AIND) FiFTYr-FOUR AChES. adjoining
landis of J. E. Robertson and John
All that tract or parcel of land, adjoin
ing landls of J. E. Peny and Thomas
Jonies, contain1ing NINEry-sx ACatS, rnore
All that tract of land, containing ONE
IIUNDRED AND SIXTY-loiIT ACREs, mnore or
loss, adjoiniing lands of Thiomas Jones
Oad J. E. Robertson and others, as
representoed by p)l:t of same.
TERMS OF SALE:*
One-hal f of tho p)urchiase-.money to be
paid in cash, and( tho bialanco ini equal
installmients of one~ anda two years, wvith
interest from (lay of' sale, at tho rate of
ten per cent. 1)0r annuma, (lhe stame to be
secured by tho hond of the purchaser and
a mortgage of the premises.
8, W, RUFF,
Sheriff'sO00100, 8.]F, 0.
Winlnsboro, 8. 0,,
Novamnber 11, 1878,
B)Y virtue of sundry executions to me di
rcted, 1 will oitYer for sale before the
eoutrt-houno door' in. Winnsboro, (in the
first Montday ini December riext, within
the lregal honrs of sale, to the highest
bidder, ion casH, thme following desoribed
pr'olprt,y. to wit,:
'.Twenaty-fivo bushels of corn, one
thousanmd pounds of seed cotton, one
hmntired bushels of cotton seed, ono
thouq'ind ponnd(s of feader and hay, all
moorn ov lonms, levIed on as the pr'o erty of
B. E. .Elkin at the asuit, of Ghadden & Grigs
feventy hushols of corn, one bale of
colena. two ithousqand pounds of fo 14cr,
as.oenty-f'ivebhels of cotton seed, all
sreor l"r:.., leviod on as the propey
of John II. Neil at the suit of W.U.'
Doty & Co. andl others,
One mule, levied on as the pro perty of
E. A. Rlabb, at the suit of D. R. Flenni
Sherff' Offce, S, W. RUFFL,
Sherff' Of1ee,S. F, 1U.
Winnsboro, 8. 0,,
November 1%, 1878,
nav 21.-r 2
1) Y virtue of an.execution, to tian di
.1 il etel, I will otl'or sale, before tl
oirt loinisv door iii Winshoro, an the
irtit Mmitdal in Deconiher next, within
the le"al hol ls or sale, to tb'e ligllost, bid
der, tor CASH, the following described
property, to wit:
All that pico-, pareol or tract of land
containing ONE lUNDRE-D AND FIFTY
ACRES, iiere -r less, bounded on tho
north by the public road from Lyles'
Ford to Chester, east by the public road
fron Chestor to M.on.tiqello, so.uth by
public road from Winnsboso to Ashford's
Ferry, and west by public road from
Monticello to Feaatervi.loe-levied on at
the suit of Heary Bischoff against John
8, W. RUFF,
Sheriff'p Offle, . F. 0.
Winnsboro S. C.,
November U1, 18;7
B Y virttle of anr executiont to nio di
rectod, I will offr for sale before the
coirt-house door in Winnsboro, or the
first NVonday in December next, within
the legal hours of sale, to the highest
bidder, FOU CASH, bhe following described
property, to wit;
All that piece, paroel or traeb of land
containing WIFTY AqUEs, more or less,
known as the 'Iland," bounded by lands
of Mrs. Grace Lakin and Broad Ikiver,
also TWENTY Aon1s, more or less, of the
Stanton hind, and bounded by lands of
W. 13. Elkin. 1en Martin and otherni
levied on at the suit of dward Pollard
against William B. Elkin, as admIntstra
tor, and Henry 14. Parr.
Q. W, 'RUFF,
Sheriffs Office,c. F. C.
Wiunsboro, S. C.,
November I1, 1878,
no- 16-t lx2
SALE BY JUDGE OF PROBATE
State of South Carolina,
COVNTY OF FAIRFIELD,
Mary A. Lyles vs. Minnie Lylos and
IN PURSUANCE of an order of the
Court. of Probate, made in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, before
the Court House door in Winnsboro,
on the first Monday ii December next,
within the legal hours of sale, at pub
lie outcry, to the highest bidder, the
t'ollowing-described property, to wit:
All that piece, paroel or tract of
land, formilerly the p-operty of Lucy
Ederington, deceased, lying', being and
situate in the conu.y of Fairfield,
State ofSouth CaroliIa, containiing ONE
1IUNDI)ED AND TWENTY-TIMEE ACRES,
more or less, and bounded by lands of
Susan McMahon, Belton Lyles and
TERMs OF SALE: One-half of the
purchase-money to be paid in cash, and
the balance in one year froul day of
sale, with interest ftom said day, pava
ble annually; the purchaser to give
r'or such balance a bond, secured by a
mortgage of the premises sold, ana to
pay for all necessary apers.
(). x T1HOMIPSON,
JT. P, F. C.
Winnsboro, S. C.,
November, 8, 1878,
SALE BY JUDGE OF PROBATE
tate of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Lucy Caldwell Vs, Mary L. Nelson and
IN PURSUANCE of aln order of the
Court of Probate, muade in the above
stated case, I will offer for sale, before
the Court 110us8 door in Winnsboro,
onl the first Monday December next,
within the legal hours of sale, at pub
lic outcry, to the highest bidder, the
following-described property, to wit:
All that piece, parcel or tract of land,
formierly the pr1operty of John H.
Davis, deceased, iying, being and
situalte in the county of Fairfield, State
of South Carolina, conitaining ?rVE
HIUNDRIED AND THERITT AQRES, moreoOr
less, and bounded on the north by
landis of Thomas Anderson, on the
south by the public road leading from
Winnsboro to Kincald's Bridge, on
the east by lands of John Harrison anp
Israel Byrd, and on the west by the
said public r'oadl and lands of Thomas
Anderson. This land is to be divided
into two tracts, of which plats will be
exhibited on thme day of male, and the
sale will be made by tract.
TERMs OF SALE: One-third of the
purchase-monmey to be paid in cash, the
bailanice in two equal successive annual
instalments, with interest from day of
sale, payable aninuall y-the purchaser
to give for the unpaid balance a bond
secured by a mnortgage of the premises
sold, and to pay for all nesessary
papers. O, R. ThOurmsox,
Probate Office, J, P. F. C,
Winnsboro, S. C.,
November 8, 1878.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF' FAIaFIEL1.
[Iopkins, Dwight & Co., against Henry W
I N pursuance of an order of the Court
of ommon Pleas, nmade in the above
itated ease, K will offer for sate before
bhe court-house door in Winnsboro, on
the first Monday in Deemtber next,
~vthin the logal hours of sale, at publie
ytot.ry, to the highest bidder, the follow,
ng doscribodi property, to wit:
All that plantption or tract of land lately
bho property of' Osmond Woodward, di
uense~d, lying, being and situate in the
Dounty of Fairfieldi and State aforosa,
und known asm the"John Harrison Place,"
ontaining RIGnT HUNDBED AND FORTY
EIGHT ACRES, mnore or loss, and bounded
by lands of Mr's Martha Woodward, Mrs
Regina Gadsden, Colonel 'ohn L Blaok,
Demnondl 8 Jones pnd others,
One-third of the purcehase-,ioney to be
paid in cash; for the balano. a credit of
ne and two years, with Dnterest from
lay of sale, the purchaser' to give his
bond sooqred byfan)ortgage oftherp,
ias, and to pay for all neeessark1rs,
Olek' OfeA - 0 0 UP7 0,
November 8, 1878,
CHEAP GOODS! GQQD 000.
MESSRS. J. W. McMASTER & CO%
AVE now in store and are receiving
H weekl now, Cheaps and good goods,
Qlothing, oots aid =hoses, Hats, Trunks,
and Valises, Satchels, UnAbrellAs, &0.,
&c., &0. 4o9 40%., &0. -, &AO., 4io., &,
A full stook of Gents Furnishing Goods,
Complete line of Ladies' Misses' and
Childrens' Hosiery otqd Oloves,
We have marked down' to the very
lowest fgure our stook of Qloves, in
which we are offering great bargains.
Linen and Hemstitehed Handkerchiefs
in great profusion at very low prices.
In Boots and Shoes, we are prepare4
to offek special indgoomenta. -
ilankejts I Blankets I
New Buckwheat Flour, Fresh Buokwheat
Flour, Elegant New Crop Now Orleans
Molasses, the genuine Simon pure
Artiol, SAgar, Coffoe, Lard,
Syrups, Soap, Staroll,
Full stock of Woodenware.
Our oonatant ain4 is to keep up the
reputation @lready gained.
We invite the public to call to-day and
every daand take a look at our st ok
whiqh wi j Always be shown with plo Iv
ure. nov 23
t PRICMTHIRTY DOLLARS.
E,IUU AND\b WINTIf OF
J. O. BkOAG,
rz GRAND WINNSBORO DRYOODS 0 2
OGOODS AND MIL,LINJIff
I $egs leave to say to his cus
rA tomers and all others in need
j of Goods that ho is t;gain pre
pared to show thoi one of thp
Q largest and best assorted sfock
w Dry Goods, Fancy Uoods and
that be has ever exhibited,. We
E4 are receiving goodg daily..
Every dopartment will be
kept full of detirablo and
and buyers may confidently -
rely on setting st.ir goods not
Sonly at low pric's, but of the
Smost desirable gtlalit; that the
has engaged the services of a
Sfirst-claps MIillinler, who will as
Ssist her in her departmuent, and
owho will take lekasre in pleas, >"
Sing the most tidioius ttsep,
for the celebrated and most re -
~liable paper patterne--B.Jut
Sterick's,,f4or Jadies, Mipnes and
A full arnd eomplete line of
SGents', Ladies'. Misses' and
SCheese, Macklerel, Oskes, Crack
eraor, MZaccaroni, Spices, qan
0 dias, Tobacco, Cigars,--n lapt9
you can find anything you want
0 at J. 0, J3OAG'S as low-as the
Ssame goods can be bought any
osept 27 3., ~OAG. 8
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