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''y TRI-W!EDHLY .WINNSBOIi . o. THURSDAY MORNING; FEBRUARY 1 1877. ~ _ ^^
NFW STOCW
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srfl1nT GOdps
WILL BE
AT
P A N:N E NB E R W
rDRY GOODS,
CLOTHING;
OOT
AND
SHOE
CALL AID SEE THEM.
jan25_
1 IEWGROCERYSTORK
HAVING taken pharge of the Gr~o
pcery Store formerly occupied by R.
Li. Dannenbrg, I desirp to informi
fbo public that I keep constantly on
find a frpesl and choice stacic of
FAI~ILY GROSERIES.
I am,
-yours Respectfully,
N. LEVIN, Jr.
W~innsboro, S. C., Dec. 14th, 1876.
Winnsbgi o H o~pI.
IFHE ungersigned Ae~kos pi9asureoi
informing his friepas ppd the publio
that he has rem,qyo4 t9 that largo and
pqmmodious B~rlck Hlotel, loonito d .in tho
otentre of business, wvhere ho is prepared
to acoomnlodato thenm with clean and
well furnished rooms, and a table sup
plied 'with the best that the market
pffords,
~Ie intends to deserve and hopes to
;oeo the publico patronage.
M!. L. BROWVN,
January. 8, 1877-.tt Propr,..o.
Publi?hers and 'irters
Cai buy (irect of the Manufacturer on
favorable terms.
"TnE ANsoN HARDY CUTTING MACHINES
are the boss and oheapest low priced
machine made, and have a pational ropu
tation for utility and durability."-The
-Yectrofyper, Chicago.
THjjE ANSQN HARDY PAPER CUTrn is by
far the best inachino which ean be ob
tained for a loss price than one hundred
dollars. It is of great st;egth. These
machines have always taken the highest
t'and. It is the only machine to which
is appliod the Patent Movable Cutting
Board. This devige has a reputation of
itself: by it, the cutting board cap be in
stantly and acouratoly maovqd, "o that a
perfect out is insured, Tihis is a very im
-portant point in the machine, and one
that is possessed by no other. It greatly
reduqces the labor or preparation in work
jhg- the paper -backward tittd+'forward.
We cannot too strQugly ret~qpimnond the
advantages of this patent nov4lo bqard.
It is worth the price of this maohin?, and
purchasers should fully understand how
highly it i o be valued."-Geo. P, Roceil
(b.'sr .Aewspaper Reporter and Printer'
tiazelle.
Tun LATEST IMPROvED HARR CARP CUT
TER is pronounced the most desirablo
Card Cutter in the market, for the general
uses of a printing office.
The well known RuoLrms Caun CUTTErn,
with my latest in provements. is still pre
ferred by many piirItefs, andl holds its
favoritism over other umachinos.
None genuine but those having my full
address lettered in the casting. a
"- Newspapers in want of advertising
from first parties should send for my
pircular.
F. A. UARDY,
A uburndale, Mpss.
I will buy of Xbpso that buy of me.
d0c 14
GREAT CLEARING OUT SALE
of
DRY G-ODs,
CA IPE'8,
Window Shades,
BOOTS, SIOBS, and HATS,
at the
and Central DRY GOODS
JSTABLISHIRENT
of
1creery &Brother
- AVING bought out the interest of
W. P. LOVE,'we will make positive
sale of our entire stock for cash at prices
far below cost, to make room for a choice
and elegant stock of
SPRING GOODS.
The following are some of the leading
prices:
Tapestry Brussels Carpets, best makes,
at 41.0.9 a yard.
'Extra Suci- tipd Ipgrain# and All Wool,
50, 75 and $1.00.
Window Shades' aid Rugs below cost.
Dress Goods, at 10, 121 and 'l4, reduced
from 50 and 75.
Hosiery and Cloves at half their value.
est. Standard Prints, at 6 and 8j.
4-4 Waantitfa Bleach, at 1'2.
i-4 Androscoggin and Fruit of Loom,
10.
Boots and Shoes at half price.
Big bargains may be expected, aun "
littlo money will buy a good many goode,
We intend to do a live business, and wil
Ii'ays have Vag'g 9-ofler du custo'
mers. lag ~ oreso
pe Samples sent on application agd
expressage paid on bills over $10.
McCREERY & BROT HER,
ran$ Central Dry Goads Establishment.
T. A. McCnEERtY. B. B. McCnEziny.
B. A. I{AwLs. 3g og
jan 25
J. OLENDINING
Boot and Shoo Manufacturer,
THE undersigged re
spectfully announces to thQ
oitjzeps of Fairield that he
has removed his Boot and
Shoe Manufactory to o door below Mr.
C. Mullers. I am prepared to manufacture
all styles of wvork ipfa substantial and
wqerkganlIlse ;rapp~er, out of the very best
materials, and at prices fully as low as the
same goods can be manufactured for at the
North or elsewhere. I keel) constantly on
hand, 4gf.ed Stock of Solo and Upper
Leathe ,hoe Yindings'&.e., which will be
sold at yeasonable prices. Repairing
promptly attended to. Terms strictly Cash.
NW Dl'd Hides bought.
oct 12 - . CLENDINING.
W'.TE~ 01F SOJTI[ CAROLINA
COUNTY or FAIRfIELD.
Thos. Neely, admihitrator of Estate o1
Ann Wallhing, Deceased, vs. Elizabeth
WValling; ,no. Walling and others.
TN obedienee to an order frogj the
I.Court of Probate, made'ig the abov~e
stated case, I will offer'for sle op thp
first Monday in February nexp before the
Court House door in iVinnst oro, 1). 'C.,
~ho tract of land belonging td the oskate of
Anni Walling, deceased, containing sdven
ty-f our acres, more or less, and bounded
av lands of \lrs. Martha Black, estate of
Ihilip Walling and others.
TEeMs oF 5.Ar.-one-half cash on day of
sale, b dlance In one and two 'years there
after, equal instalments secured' by 'Bond
an Mortgage with Interest 'from
day of sale. Purobasers to pay for
necessary papers. 8.W UF
' 8. W, .U.
* W. . 7'O
NEW ADVERTI'ISEMENTS.
FAItV x 0A)oS,15 styles with
rAnigue, IO4Qs. post paid. J. B.
Us TPD, Nassau, lions. Co., N. Y.
TRIFLING
Vfit1 P Cold js Always Dangerous.
USE
WELLS' Cllrhjolic Tablets,
a sure remody for cOughs, and all Dis
eases of the Throat, Lungs, Chest and
Mugqus Membrane.
PUT UP ONLY Ij BLiE nOx.
Sold by all Draggists.
C. N. CiulTTENTON,,7 Sixth Avenuo, N. Y.
A LUCRATIVE
U, NESS.
p We want 50' muoto first-class Sew
ing Machine Ageitts, and 500 men of
energy and ability to learn the business
of selling Sowing Alachines. Compensa
tion liberal, but varying according to
ability, chaaroter and qqtalitications of the
Agent. For partiqulars, Address
Wilson Sewing Machine Co.
CuICAoo.
827 & 829 Broadway, Now York, or Now
Orleans, La.
C AQ'TS WANTED FOR HISTORY
ENTENT EXHIBITION
It contains 330 fine engravings of build
ings and scenes in- the Great Exhibition
and is the only authentic and comple to
history published. It treats one of the
grand >uildings, wonderful exhibits,
curiosities, great cients, etc. Very cheap
and sells at sight. - One Agent sold 48
copies in one day Send for our extra
terns to Agents and a full description of
the work. Address Nationai -Publishing
Co.. Phila.,lIa., sr St. Louis, Mo.
CAUTION. Unreliable and worthless
books on the Exhibition are being cirou
lated. Do not be deceived. See that the
books you buy cQ4tains 874 pagpa apd
330 fine engravings.
Wouerfwu Success 1 25,000
OF TIE
QfNTENNIAL EX OSITION
D$SCnIDED AND ILIUSTRATED,
Sold in 60 days. It being tho o- Jy
conmuleto low-price work (770 pages only
82.:0 ,treating .fizhn entire historyv,grand
buildings, wonderful oxh.bts,curiosities,
great days, etc.; illustrated, and $1 cheap
er than any oth ; evers b ody wants it.
One now agent c eared $3.50 in 4 weeks.
,00 agents wanted. Send quickly for
proof of above, opinions of ofnicialg clergy,
and press, sample pages, full description,
and our extra termis.
HUBnARD Dipy4., PUs., 733 Hansom St.,
Phil., Pa. Caution. ' Beware of falsely
claimed offloial and worthless books. Send
'for proof.
NOTIC5. Are )
ble tt Irgen - i ,e
nI u maalo hu rlh
World. It contarn,
argce on o. Fhl 1nLI.OY (of IInuATCewlr. Conpe
'i' ,, Cut er r Jtule pIt d teo. s lv btn t
an y ~ s ahoal ie' Sop n a w.1 .1 dos, n
'oaid r, lt. f h nhhr ,,th n r tli l n . oeary
BRID: & C. 700 Broadwny, N, Y.
rA TTE.I ONION . CanAb
Thnml uttr. n 709. BtrypgRoamwas. tutig.f
TO T IRI~ NEW ST'OCI OJ?
f3TERLING SILVERWyA1E,
--AT
REDUCED PRICM,
Tble Spoons,
'Tpg poobs,
xplgar Spons,
Table Foi-ks,
rap Spoons,
Butter IKnives,
'Pioklo Forks,
AND)
Ladies' Garter Latches.
dfoo. 7
]SrOTIO3D.
THE underfi ed wod tpfor his
can still be found a h old btand "with
-sn unusually la af ok qGoods,
eat 6 j . u1, ue
A SLIP ON SLIPPERS.
TIE SAD EX'EIENCE OF A BIG
FOOTED BROKER.
Illustrating at the Same Time thg Size
of the Chicago Foot.
Augustus Harrison is one of the
gay society young men of the West
side. Hp is handsome, he dances
well, he waltzes beautifully, says
witty things which makesleverybody
laugh, and parts his hair exactly in
the middle. His gracefgl gure is
ong of the Iriost familiar at al of
the club dances and private partig
in that part of the city.
Augustus a day or two or ago was
in love-deeply, madly in love with
Evangeline Jerome, a pretty blonde,
who hves on West Monroe street.
He first met E~vangpline Jerome at
one of the club parties given at
Martin's last season. He loved her
at first sight. Once, while looking
over a volume of poetical quotations
preparatory to going to .Brown's
party, which everybody remembers,
he came across the line,
He only loves who lives at first sight,
and exclaimed, "That's the gospel
truth."
He lavished chocolate caromels on
that girl, and the coarse thoglml
that she was the champIon caroiol
chewer of the West' side never
flashpd upon his intellect: When
his sister confidentially told him that
Evanlgeline "toed in," his love was
not sh ipp in the least. Had she
told hini that hja Eyangeling ha.
big mole on her back, he would 8tl1
have loved that girl. One night
this winter he froze his nose while
taking her sleigh-riding. Yet he
murimured pot, though the skin
peeled off and nlade it look like a
piece of raw veal c'tlet. Qh, he
madly loved his Evangeline, and
thought she adored the ground
the considprable area of groqnd
that he'stood on.
Wednesday evening he rang the
front door bell of the Jeronie family
mansion. The servant girl came to
the door.
W'Is'Xiss Jeromo in 9"
"Yes. Wialk into the parlor, Mr.
Harr igon; Jhe is dressing. I will
tell eWybtirare here."
U:.ewalked into the parlor and sat
familiarly down in the larg 'ari
chair, which he often convinced
Evangeline Xias big enough to hold
them both, and bright expectant
smiles agitated the waxed, ;ieldle
like ends of his small mustache
-the mustache which Evangeline,
the flatterer, always said tickled so.
Five minutes dragged slowly away.
Vivo more minutes successfully
accomlished a Similar proceeding.
Augustus yawned and wvondered why
she didn't come, while, as a mattet'
of fact, Miss Jerome had but just
put the finishing touch upon the
first soap curl. Then he sauntered
to the centre table and looked at the
photograph album, although hep
remembhd very well that ,yange
liehdsiowod them to him the
iirst time he called upon her. Then
he sauntered to the little what-not
in one of the back eqrners of the
room. A paper parcel, loosely done
up, lay on oneo of these 'shelves.
Apigustps 'pick'pd yt up. A pair' of
slippers dropped out of the paper.
"My Christmas present," lhe mur-.
mnured softly as he picked them up.
"Darling girl. Oli I howv I love her."
apd lie fell to admiring the em'.
brdidery and thme pleasing pattern.
On the side of each slipper wvas
dog with a cardinal red head1 'a
b'ack body, aigd a pjnIk tail, elhasing
a green deer wvith solferigo antlers
and a mnnuyg~ jl arqd al tail
around eaci "heel. On the other
side of each elipper' was a mgoga
)alte, into which these singular deer]
pg <4ogbt intended to plunge to
escapp thpse pecyliar "dogs. "Oh I
how bealtiflllr exclaimed Augustus.
"Dear girl, I 'knew she would re- I
member me." At this instant he]
'ghapcpd at the sole, and an expres
bion of. acute pain, which would
have been less inexplidable' had' $t
peen the green-apple season, passed 1
apross his face, and ' he groaned,
"G3racious heavens I number nines.
Impossible ;'/ and he held the:9
to the light and looked again. 'oes,
number nines. Oh I Evangeline 1
Evangeline I is it possible ? -Can it
be I Is there axgother t Qh I cruel,
false, heartless 'ekie ']ivag'eigeo.
She loves ano hr because 'he has
small feet. Thpdeeitfuil'jade. Oh!
how I loved lgr. dI~ved heri aye,
'worsipipped her, adored her. Heaven
helfrnp fear iis. She has brokced
pny h.eart,"ndh mussed uip his
pir~ which he had so-carefully . oiled
iend siked, . ad thtew his ag
*il pgofafd aed'hfoC
wild and haggard, indeed. "Oh
the perfidious wr'tch I' Oh, the
doceitfulnoss of woman I"he groaned
as lie knoqked ovqr '4 clair which
stood ir1 his. way. '4Thq heartless
monster. Only to think how '
loved that girl ; how I brought her
chocolate drops and froze my nose
for her. Cuss it I"" The last twq
words referred to a foot rest which
he kicked over in his mad career.
"Only to think ofbr falling in love
with a mari just because he has
small feet. How slkallow. Qh'
Evangeline, I fondly ' hought yofu
were a woman of mind, of soul."
"Why, what's the matter, Gus,"
said Evangeline in great surprise, as
she entgrg4 the room at this junc
ture. '
'Can yon ask in what's the mat
ter ? Oh, Evang1jje, 'l )v cogk~l
you ?"
"How could I? How could I
what ?"
"Do not try to deceive me;
Evangeling.
"What do you msan 1'9
"Those slippers."
"Well ?"
"They are not for me. Tj}gy arq
for aqlother, a hateful rival."
"Ho\v do you know they are no t
for you ? -
"They are numnbQr nines. Yoi1
know, Evangeline, I wear elevens.'
"Oh, you stupid ! They are for
Uncle George."
SYou never l1 d at }Jncle George.
You are deceiving m ",'
"I am not."
"You are.'
,.Can't ydu beliQvp np?"
"You are no gentlergan."
"You are a deceitfyl mssy.'
"I hate and despise you."
"I don't donbt it." '
"I shall call papa."
"You may, for all I care."
"Papa ! Papa !" palled the lovely
E vangeline. '
Papa : immediately entQred the
parlor and asked excitedly.
"What is the matter, my child ?"
'"This Man has igsgiltp4 ,P"
"Insulted you, my daugter l Get
out of my house, sir 1"
"I will go when I, geb ready, you
baldheadpd old fool, you."
"You infer, al rnpal, yp'll gq
now," and i&r. <eronp lanted a
kick in the poighborhiood Wt slight
ly protected by Augustus Harriqn's
broadcloth coat..tails.
Augustus then threw a fancy glass
paper weight at Mr. Jerome, which
struck that elderly gertlenai in thQ
head, and glageigg thprpfroln, smash
ing a Sevres vase whiol' pfood on
the mantle piece; and young Jerome
rushed out of the house and bawled
"P'lice I P'lice 1" and Augustus was
in the hands of an qeger Ihe
time he could .lip into Iip' overcoat
and put on his hat.
vi f dqers on the West side even
tualy tinid their way to Justice Saul;
ly, and that grave man of the law
frowned upon Angyptys Harrison on
yesterday morning, and after hear
ing the evidence from thp several
witnesses, fined him $10 and re
balkco him with a severe repringanld.
-Qhicago Times.
The Washington correspondent
for the Chicago Times says that
''Lamar, maPratpd ' byopd -pndi'.
rance by the mnsmuation'thiat he had
muthorized a correspopdent for a
Southern journal to speak for him,
wrote a very veheypt degupciationi
md denial tg a abbington jouit,
itigmatiingi the purported actin
w i4 dishonesty of which no act of
Jis life gave warrant for any one t
)elipve him guilty.v tamar is not
>n y opp~Tosed to thellayes conspira.
y, but is one of the fewv strong con.~
hbe House of llerspttveos, beipe
articularized In the constitution as
~he body having the pover .to ,eec
~he Senate, has plaiy no crri
ate voice save in aI ting itB Ov2
>residiIgg odeer.' As 'to 'Haygs,
[lamar is at a loss to undersfand
iow hg caan be ap hone0) may and
erm$ngself to be ppd by disrep
itabl htic~al galrs,? who -ar~
sighmaadeotowin plao~
or themselvey.'
The condition into which the
meiness interests ,of the r~
~avp been thrown b~y the .t4
nuddle is clearly shown~y b
bitions sent to Oongreq
great trade centres in favor of th~ "
passagp of the electofal bill. The r
whole country yast the matters
bled speedily, pgd p'qrsw
hardlf be abl4 tk
preshx6

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