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TRI-WEEKLY EDITION.] WINNSBORO, S. C., SAT URDA MORNINO, FEBRUARY 10, 1877.
NEW ADVEIT1ISEMENTS.
25 FANVV CARDS,15 styles with
name, lots. post paidt. J. 1.
HUTED, Nassau, Reno. Co., N. Y.
TRIFLING
With a Cold is Always Dangerous
USE
WELLS' Carbolie Tablets,
a sure remedy for Cou ghs, and all Dis
eases of the Throat, Lungs, Chest and
Mucpus Membrane.
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE DOXES.
Sold by all Druggists.
C, N. CnITTENTON, 7 Sixth Avenue, N. Y
A LUICRATIV E
BUSINESS.
1V We want 50') more first-class Sew
ilg Machine Agents, and 500 men o
energy and ability to learn the busines
ofselngewing Mlachines, Comiipensa
tion liberal, but varying aecording ti
ability, chaarcter and qualityations of th<
Agent. For particulars, Address
Wilson Sewing Machine Co.
CuxcAoo.
827 & 829 Broadway, Now York, or Ne
Orleans, La.
CAG'TS WANTED FOR HISTC Y
ENTEN'L; EXHiBITIO
It contains 330 tine engravings of build
ings and scenes in the Great Exhibitioi
and is the only authentic and comiplet
history published. It treats one of th
grand buildings, wonderful exhibits
curiosities, great events, etc. Very cheal
and sells at sight. One Agent sold 4
copies in one day Send for our extr
terms to Agents and a full description o
the work, Address National Publishin
Go,. Phila.,Pa., or St Louis, Mo.
CAUTIoN. Unreliable and worthles
books on the Exhibition are being circu
lated. Do not be deceived. See that th
books you buy contains 874 pages ant
!0 one engravings.
F'onderful Success : 25,000
OF THE
CENTENNIAL EX OSITIO1
DEseRIBED AND ILLUSTRATED,
Sold in 60 .days It being the cal
complete low-price work (770 pages onli
S2.50),treating of the entire histor~v,gran
buildings, wonderful exhibits,curiosities
great days, etc.; illustrated, and $1 cheal
er than any other; evert body wants i
One new agent cleared $350 in 4 weeki
3,000 agents wonjted. Send quickly fe
prent of aboi ,, opilions of otfcials alergy
and press, sR 'pie pages, full descriptio
and our extra terms.
HUDDAD B os., PUns., 733 Sansomi St
Phil., 'Pa. Caution. Beware of falsel
claimed o fM less boo' I. Sen
for p roof
nS argest andl best
selling Stationery
c in the
SSgheetsof pa r enveopes. Ien t peno r,
.end l ife ,oable i r y f In a r dr , st
. O o Clr!a:ne cer Watrh tree t. all agents.
R IDS 4, . 709 Broadway, N. V.
TVftELVE
ertcleela one. rheit OYD COMBINATION. Can be
used as a encl,P uihoi~ier udn4e, Eraslr. P1 kite,
.wsveo su br .FAl*r.cutter Rubber, ewing Uachine
fldwkin~ x00Rys, Mluttons. Erasing hints. Ac. His of
Cee~ts 5pucii, Is piesvE: nickel latrI.nd~ wit tint
1119 ijmU . Agent ar e cing an11ev an d 1 it is the
pest selling artie.f out. pamp QS r V lisa Ste for
I* Ktrordinarvtndlcemonle to Aents, Bend ris
rain'e hafdzeo an4 sanva's your to~wn.
RIDEt O . 709 Broadway, M. V.
aAtfl NEY LtCKAOI'. and
0 OLARS.
Broadiay i{N. Y.
NEW GROCER TORE
IAVINGI taken charge of the Gr<
cery Store formerly occupied by Il
Ls. Dannenberg, I desire to, inforr
the public that I keep constantly o1
b' and a fresh and choice stock o
Yours Rtespoetfully,
N. LEVIN, Jr.
9Winnoboro, 8. C., De 4h 7
GOOD
SADVERTISING
$3,250. 40 worth of space in -varin
neowsp~apers distribiited through th it
btates will be sold for $700 cash. Accurat
isertions guaranteed. A list of th
P~apyegivng laily nd woehly oireuii
Lionl abprinted schedule of rates, son
frenaplication to GEQs P BOWEL]
N wp Adrih g
Pub'ishers and Printers
Can buy direct of the M anufacturer on
favorable terms.
"Tun ANsoN flAtDY CUT TIao MACliINEs
are the bostj and cheapest low prided
machine male, and have a natiom;al ropu
tation for utility an i durability."-The
Eectrol yper, CidcoJo.
Tux Allkson HAnnY PAPEIn CLTTtR isi by'
far the best machine which can be ob
tained for a less prie than ono hi Ired
Iollars. It is of great strength. T'heso
machines have always taken the highe.st
stand. It is the onl" niachitao to which
is applied the Patent Movable Iutfing
Board. This device has a reputation of
itself: by it, the cutting board can be in
stantly and accurately umoved, so thati a
)erfec.t cut is insured, 'This is a very im
portant point in the imaichhi e, and one
that is possessed by no other. It greatly
reduces the labor of preparation in work
ing the paper backward and forward.
We cannot too strongly recommend the
advantages of this patent movalel board.
It is worth the price of this machine, anad
purchasers should f3lly undertand how
highly it is to be valued." (eo. 1', oi'ouc'll
( lb.C's hewspcper Reporter and Printer's
GJazdlec.
T'ram LATEsT IMPIROVED IAI:nY CAai CUT
TER is pronounced the most cesirttlIle
Card Cutter in tho market, for the general
uses of a printing ofilee.
The well known RuOOLES CARD Ci''rrmn,
with my atest improvements is still pre
ferred by many printers, mid holds its
favoritism over other machines.
None genuine but those having my full
address lettered in the casting.
_4r- Newspapers in want of advertising
from first parties should send for my
circular.
F. A.IHAILt)Y,
A ublurndale, I : ss.
I will buy of those that buy of m ,
dec 11
CONNOR & CHANDLE
{
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CALL ATTENTION
1 TO THIEII NEW S'rt(K OF
STERLING SILVERWARE,
S--AT
REDUCED PRICrS.
Table Spoons,
Tea Spoons,
ISugar Spoons,
'Table F'orks4,
PAP Spoons,
Butter KNive',
Pickle Forks,
AND
Ladcio' Garter Latches
dee.7?
CONGRESS STREET
E
G
0
0
D
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WINNSBORO, S, 0,
NEW GOODS
AT
U. G. I)ESPORT ES'
AND
BARGAIN
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
BOOTS AN]) SIIOES,
WINES,
QURS
GREAT CLEARING OUT SALE
of
-DRS' G-OO:D8
(;tiP ETS,
Window Shades,
BOOTS, SHOES, und HATS,
at the
Grand1( Ceantral DRY GOODS
INTA H I,1111ISIIEIN''
of
Mc~reo17 & Broilol
77 AVING 1'ught out the itnterest of
. . .). LOY PM, wo' will makn~e po~sit ive
stile of our entire sato--k for caish at prices
far below cost, to umlte room for a choice
andi elegant stock of
SPRING GOODS.
The following are som' of the leading
pricees:t
'Tapestry Brussels Carpets, best malkesi,
at j .01) a yard.
Extra ;up,: r aned Ingrain and All Wool,
50, 75 ant $1.00.
Window Shates and Bugs below cost.
Dress Goods, at 10, 1-2) and 25, reducetl
from Si) and 7.;.
Ilosiery and Gloves at h.lf their ' 1.
Jiesi Standard lrinlts, at 0l' and 8A.
4.1 Wuznsttta f ileac, at 12),.
i-41 And:roseoggin and Fruit of Loom.
10.
Boots and Shoes at half prieo.
Big bltargains piay lie ex)itel, anet
little muiotiney will uiy ia goi 1 tti. may goodsN.
We intend to do . live husi.t .5, 1a will
alt ays have bargain < to oil r our custo
tilers.
,'r. Samples sent. Yfn'lriipliontion and
expressagc aid on hills over $11.
31e('ItEB I Y ~ i i )tf 1:1,
Grand Central )rv God;.-tiblishn) n!.
T. A. MeCni.:y, B. II. MseCuiy.
14. A. l'AW.. W3. o1101N.
jani 2~>
State of South Carolina,
COUNTrY 0 F 'At' Byui
JuTy o. .1. Veil, JF'jrire, 1'ruble .Jwlyje
IW EllEAS. Mary Jano Luens bath
rmlo e su it to moe to granit her
leth :i of admii iiist rat ion of I he est,si id
effects of Wilia m Lucas,dlel eased:
These at'i, therefore, to cite anl adiuon
ishe all and wingpjIlar the I. intredt and creli
tors of the sail Williant Lucas, de
ceased, tihat tIhey be ant apleir 1b efore me,
in the Court. of Probate, to be he d at
Fairfie l (our t louse. S. C.. on the 211th
(aly of Febru:., nx OXt, aft or pithlicalion
ereof. at I1 o.'lock in the foreoon, to
show enlise, if an1y they have, why the said
admuinistration stouldi not be grtanteud.
Given un-dcr nv tans, this fifthi daIly of
Ysebruary, Anno Domiii 1;77.
JNO. J. NEIL,
rbf(8-x 2 J P. F. C.
'To tie : chtool T'rfustees of I air
f00d County.
r 1IUElE are no funds at present availa
ble for School purposes in Fairtield
County. Nor can it be aseertiined when
there will be. As the defticiencies which
have yearly acrued inl unpaid certifieates
have mate riallV at'etcted the welfare of tie
euc ti ional systemt, we have decided
afti'r mature (elibealtion not to
add to this (ilbarrlissment. It therefore
b1 comes our duty rlnetantly to notiy
yon to close t 11 public schools which
have bleenl l'pened, uni ft youi recein
lpracticable. iSo soon as1 anyl flunds fire
recejved for~.f tetse of the schoouls they
willI be re-uIpeneud.
WILLARD) RICHIARDSON,
RI. ME.\NS D.\VI4,
jan 31 County Uoard of Examilners.
CIGARS, TOBA000 &0,.
TPry thte Miraibella eigar, 3 for a quarter.
Try the Lai Carolina cigar,3 for a quarter.
ry~ the Pet of Florida cigar, 3 for a qiuarter.
Try the Pride of Key WoTst, 3 for a qutarter.
Try te Pe~ of Charlutte, 3i for a quarter.
Tlry the Two Partner eigar,3 for a quarter.
Trry the Flor Do Ynelanu, 6 for a quarter.
Try thle El Gusto eigar, 6 fer a ftjquarter.
Try the Apollo csigarv, 6 for a fquarter.
Try to buy all yotar cigars, at theC Cet en.
nial liar, where yc.u get theo wortq of your
~o~l Y F. W. HIAJENiC)IIT,
feb 8 ' Prop'ritor.
Winnsboi o Hotel,
...HE underigned takea pleasuroin
that ho hian retmov'd to that h.rge and
commodious Brick Ie icl,1 locted~ in the
contre of businiess, w hero hie is preparedl
to acconainodlate the pblictii withI eleanif and1
w"' Il furnitshed rioms, and a tablet sup
pilied with the best that. the marke
alfordst.
lie intenids to deserve uad hopes to
receive the public patronage
Jaaa, 8 I-V M. L. BROWNQ,
THE GRAND COMMISSION.
. DECISION. lI I1Y1.1Ill) TYO 'Til7 RW
CJEI'1lUOX UOF I'll) -|NCE.
Its Scopo and JEi'ct--Tho Republicans
Elatod and the Democrats Unshaken.
The Grand Commission took a
vote on at resolution (cclaring that
they would take no further tosti
mony as to the Iiaye' and Wheeler
set of certii cates from Florida.
Tho resolution was carried by a vote
of 8 to 7, Judge li adloy throwing
the deciding vote. The Commis.sion
next voted on it resolution to take
testimony inl the (ase of the alleged
ineligible Repibhlicnu ja'lector, Heuu
phireys, and it was agreed to take
such testimony by t vote of 8 to 7.
The thico judges voting in favor of
the resolution were Judges Clifford,
Bradley and Field. Judges Strong
and Mliller voted against it. The
five )emocratic inlembers of the
House and Senate voted in favor of
the last resolution, and also in favor
of going behind the returnIs. Thle
Comitission mieets at 11 o'clock to
muorrow.
AN OFI('IAL TIATEMrNT.
The official report of the proceed
ings of the Commission is as fol
lows:
On motion of Mr. Justice Miller,
it was ordered that no evidenco will
be received or considered by the
Commission which wias not sub..
nmitted to the joint conimittee of the
two houses by tile Presilent of the
Senate with tio dlifferent certiicates,
except such as relates to the
eligibility of F. C. milphrey', one
of the Electors. Yeas, 8; nays, 7.
On motion of Mr. Abbott, it was
resolved that., in the case of Florida,
this Cormmihsion will receive the
evidence relat ing to the eligibility of
Fred. C. Hmuphreys, one of the
persons nmned in certificato No. 1
Is an Elle tor. l.ts, 8; nays. 7.
ie secreta:ry of the Contl)11issio)n
Wats iniruLiicted to inful(m (ounel on
the respective sides that at 11
o'clock to-morrow it will bo prepar
ed to hear argument on the question
of the eligibilit.y of Fred. C. Hum
phreys as anl Elector. Hum phrey s
is one of the Republicanl Eleotors,
and the qjuestioll raised as to his
eligibility is that he was at the (late
of his clectioni it Unitel ShI
shipping co3fmnllissioner. wlhich is
alleged to be sutch an ofliee of trust
or profit as to disujnalify him from
acting ats nll Eletor, but which
oflice, it is assortel by IRepublicans,
he resigned before the election.
Jlr;sjuurs or 'ills nEe'sio .
'Tie Comm ission, by their (ecis
ion, will l:tve bef.mro thomn in the
Florida case three sets of ptapers ,
viz: the certiicates of the Hayes
Electors, that of the Tilden Elec
tors, and tmatd containing the records
of the Courts and the action of the
Legislature. The Republicans
claim)) that no0 consequecnce attaches01
to the quo warranto proceeding of
thme Circuit Court of Florida, as
they are now undher appeal to the
Supreme Court of the State, and
therefore are not final1. A promi
nenC~t Democrat on tile Conuission
smaid this afternoon that the meaning
of tile v'ote in the Connission is
that the m1inisterial aets of State
Executives are to be resp~ected, but
not those of the Judiciary. I-e
added, hiowever, thlat ais the Demo
erattie cert~ificates emiibody the pro
ceedingms of tile Courts, they will, by
this docision, be fully opened0( up1
for consideration and( argumenICHt.
The Demfocralts 1also find iatisfalctionl
in tile fact thlat the rule cutablished
by the Camnmission wvill open the
questionof the eligibility of Watts,
tile postmaster, wvho wasH (3boscn a
Ropubllicanl E.lector in Oregon.
Chaffee, a Un [yes Elector, of
Illinois, wasi undoubtedly at Uiited
States commlissio~nlr for thle South
ern District of Illinois wvhmou olectedl,
andi when he voted for Hayes. The
Electoral Jawv, howt~ever, in) the case
of States wher(e thmere is only one
return), preclud1ed any qulestion of
the Eietoral vote, unhlelA; both
houses should agroe in objecting.
Further Proceedings.
1VASNo~'rm, Febhr'xyV 8.
T1he StminlIg rib.e orI.I the pady'I
dliv isioni of theI Cott mm .sl'ie 'in thme
makin qulestion "y etlay is some11
wh 'tisopate i is orni n 0llg.
ess~entiatl part'tclors. theO qusttion is
bteforel the C~ommission ini thot shape
mlbiCattedl and( (i dei by Mr.
O'Uonor in his opening statto~imnt.
The Commission convened in open
session.
Clifford nnn da tha asevn
for argument-two hours on each
sido.
The argument in the Florida case
is closed. Each side used their
powers in the argument, which was
very close and technical. The Com
mission will take the caso into pri.,
vate considoration early to-morrow
morning and it is expected will
r 1teh at result (uring the day, The
Demchrats have little hopo of
anything moreo favorable to then
than the throwing out of tho vote.
The contest in the Louisiana case
will ho over the legality of the re,
turning board itself. It will be
claimed that there has boon no
c'ivasis of the votes, and that no
electors have been appointed,
The same oxcollent authority
which furnishes those rather dis
cou raging foreshadowings expresses
absolute confidence that the Commis.
sion has inaugurated a line of pro
cedare thiat iiust throw out the vote
of Watts, the Oregon postmaster.
An Eligiblo Candidate.
The following is a speoimen of the
endorsement a congressional aspir
ant receive3 in Georgia:
Editors Chronicel' and( Sentinel:
It gave me great pleasure to read
in the (ouslt itutionalist, of Sunday
morning last, a communication
signed "Franklin," recommending
Hon David E. Butler, of Morgan,
as a candidate for Congress from
the Ninth District in place of Hon,
B. H. Hill. It affords me great
pleasure to endorse the suggestion.
If feel assured that it will be eagerly
adopted by the people of the Ninth
District. Of course Hon. David Ji ,
ButlCr would not "enter into any
scramble" for the position. -who
sail he would ? But allow an
ardenit admirer to suggest that if
the oflice should determine to rook
Mr. Butler, that reverend and hon,
orablo gentleman would not give it
mcii trouble to find him. Thera
are mtany good reasons why tho
people of the Ninth District should
iilusKt lm sending Hon. David E.
Butler to Congress c (1) lie is a
Baptist' minister; (2) lie is a Patron
of IusbLandry ; (3) he is a Direct
Tmadce Unionist ; (4) lie is a Mason ;
(5) he isi a Director of the Georgia
Bilroad ; (6) ho is tie editor of the
Christian Incle.r; (7) he is the
editor of the Grange; (8) he is an
owner of a job office and a partner
in the State Printing ; (9) he was a
cotton commission merchant bofore
he turned Granger and Direct
Trader. Ho needs only to be a
mienbor of Congress to complete
the sum of his honors and the
measure of his usefulness. Anothi
good reason for his election is that
as lie has boon a failure at every
thing olso lie may be a success as a
Congressman. Such versatility of
talent must not remain buried in
Georgia. By all moans, let us have
Hon. David E. Bulter in Congress.
No CANDI.LTE.
Goon GoVRR'NMENT IN GEOnGIA.
Riedlield, of the Cincinnati Comn
w ercial, labora~ umder the disadvan
taige of being a truthful correspon
dent and seeing things that do not
strengthen cortain claims made by
his party. Thus lie says of Georgia,
'ihamt she "is getting along pretty
wvell. She enjoys a State tax of only
five mills on the dollar, she sneets
her obligations as promptly es the
General Government, and her bonds
are above par.' Furthermore, "not.,
withA lamding the Democratic majori
ty of 81,000, and the fact that the
colored p~eople do not always have a
fair chance at the polls, yet they are
mn far more prosperons conditio4
than in South Carolina, Louisiana or
ini any Southern State." Finally
it, is plain that Georgia-whites and
blacks alike-is better off under
Demrocratic rule than undeor the Re
p~ub~lia rule of Bllock and his cq
laborers ; that is, thgre is less comn,
motion, antagonism and lawless
ness."
A remarkable pointing, "The dying
Saviour," has been placed on exhi.
bition in Leipsic by the artist, Prof.
Emil Pischa~n. A peculiar feature
of the work is that near by the eyes
soomi closed, as required b~y the con
ditions of the scene, but that at
some distance they appear opened
and tur nod te hie:Lven.
A )lmn wh > diok and amoes at
all will spead~ On anu aIverage of forty
cenits a day, and iu thirty years it
would amount to $6,000, to say
nlothingAP of the interest on the same,
Let's all talr o a "smile."
A Western showman has a mia
ture furnatco, modeled after the one
in which Baron de Palm's body was
cremated. In his illustrations la
uoSG eats and doga:

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