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____WEEKL + I. ] WINNSBORO, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1877.
- NEW 'AIV1ERIUTSE MENTS.
A C V 0.tRDS,15 styles with
L5 natue, l0cts. post paid. J. 11.
IIUSTED, Nassau, Rens. Co., N. Y.
TRIFLING
With a Cold is Always Dangorous.
USE
W ELLS' Carbolic 'Taiblets,
a suro leintody for Coughs, and all )is
eases of''the Throat, Langs, Chest and
Mucotts l ernlrano.
r"r 1I' ONLY IN I oLUE UOJ..
Sold by all Druggists.
C. N. CaITTENTON, 7 Sixth Avenue, N. Y.
A L [UCR A T1 V E
11USINESS
r'L We wa nt 500 more first-class Sew
iug Machine A.etis, and 5i1l) mhen of
energy and ability to lo"trna the bul;ittess
of selling Sewing Machines. (ontipel1sIt
tion liberal, but varying necording to
ability, ctanreter and qtalitl'ationsof the
Agent. For particulbrs. Address
Wilson Sewiin 31acline Co.
Ciiutoo.
8.37 & 823. Broadway, New York, or New
Orleans, L.a.
AG'T WANTED FOR HISTORY
ENEN'L; EXHIBIT1011
1 I cotltis 33 l t en rviit :l.;s f ,ild
ings and scnes in the Grat Exhibition
and it the only anuthetic and coinplete
history published. It treats one o' the
k grand. buildings, wonderful exhibits,
curiokities, great events, etc. Very cheap
and selo; at. sight. (Oe Agent sold 48
copic; In one day Send for our extra
terms1 to Agents and a full deiti ion0 of
the Work. Address National i'nblitihing
Co.. ihiil.,'t.. or St Louis, Mo.
CA'rIoN. Unreliable anl- worthies:
books on the Exhibition are being ciruu
lated. ])o not be deceived. See that the
books you buy. contains 874 pages and
33)1 flu enigravings.
Wntc'i'fut ,Success : 25,000
OF THE
CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION
Sold in' t0 dajys It being the only
comtplete low-price work (770 pages only
$2.Edl,treating of the entire history,grnnd
buildings, wonderful exhibits.curiosities,
great, days, .ete. ; illinetrltecd, alnd $ 1 oheap
er than i'iy 'ther; evert body wants it.
One new agent. cleared $350 in 4 weolks.
3,100 agent -wainted Send gainkly for
proof of abov 6,.dpinions of oficials clergy,
and press, sa plt iges, full description,:
anal our extra toln iv.
IIUtnARD It es., Pt'lla., 73. ' ansorn St.,
Phil., 1i.,. Saution-, Bewatre o f -nisely
claimed ofit . lws books: Send
for 1.Fohi
NO c. 'We have
ithe Inrtgixi.nnil best
lingg Sin ioncry
t'Ackigo in the
World. It contains
a1f Rhests of rpteor, 10 en olopos. Ftoneil. penitoldor,
gu) or poli ,ut I e at aoet or 5,imblu ewoiry. Cu eptoto
c 'a'. wu t tier r itcalnu t piia g ovobtttliua
11piatui 25 o ts. t3 Ittekuti, with os uted Joeery,
S nf Coal Pnt hnr eIc m fre t o a .ni t n
DUIDE & CO., 700 )roadway, N. Y.
rticlr ine . Tho i go.Qy o ds aInyINATIQIJ. Can be
.nvooo1fltnd 1iu r crtliper Iuerstr-t g acitq
threa Cutter Ptt fur iing Sor, Gouttta e
loiedt.ln EttIngilui,. Ac. .t tt 01.s
commonal ptouchi, 1i heavIly nickel ttu.ntit. ii l: tlt
nIlfoilnan. Agenlts uarn colnhng mover .tllui Ray IL Is ( Ito
andt sngod will~ cou.mpre 1 ns favoa x with
a S trorlnntnduloatie it A ohe masrke,
foriBut r ekt a~per ' P te70 r -S'
ALL wINTER GOODY ' "
mgard~' dp tndhorsyt eolesh, Fa
resiOi and o 9 A the ro ry
te * f n hi LeeYD Co
..y n h arkt
Gasrkd n Segadgp. rieos ek>M theai
RnBihire~ aL )OVi1Sgl 0.gfq
frash ando gg
DopaiO. BOAt.
tob ftJIMW
TJE BALL STILL ROLLS ON
-AT THE
GRAND CENTRAL
Dry Goods'Establishment
-OF
Pcreery & Brother
COLUMBIA, S. C.
r HE success attending the disposal of
our MAONIFICENT STOCK, which we put
upon the market early this season at such
low figures, convinces us that the public
app.cciato our efforts to supply them with
the newest and most stylis h goods.
liuying as we do from the first hands
and for cAsu, enables us to offer
SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS.
We are now recoiving a now and elegant
stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER
J3E . ' - - 0 0 A,
BOOTS, SHOES,
which will be sold at the same low ruling
popular prices. We expect to do a ,IVs
PYUSHING BUSINESS, and bargains will be
offered daily.
"A word to the wise is sufficient."
.W- Samples sent on application and
expressage paid on bills over $10.
McCREERY & BROTHER,
Grand Central Dry Goo ds Establishment.
T. A. Ma.Cunn~iy. 1B.13. McCREERY.
B. A. lawxs. WM. HORKAN.
I-. Ml
NEW sToci
OF
SPfII\TG GOODS
AT -
DAN NE N BE R8PS
DRY GOODS,
BOOT
AND
,~ ALL AND SEF TI(E.
jan25 *
Wie~nsbo o katei
71'HE. ild~idMndda tfa p 1r in
ifnnrg this friends and t~e '~ib1
thit he hrw remoe thpt r~pd
commodious Bikoiogged~ in the
contro of 1%#plnmaen W1r d
wall nfsed ooms~ dd
Gtie&*tho~eTafronage. .
M.L. BROWN,
Janusme. 6, 187'7..M Prop$nor
JOHN D. M9CARL Y;
Located next to Doty t CO.'s Atore
TT
.l.LAS.recently been refitted, .And fnr
nisheld with a full supply of choice
Liquors; -Winos, Ciltfetuir.etc
A RESTAUIANi' lil t en fl~e red in
the rear of the buildihg, whi re may be
had at all times, everything usually kept
at a first-class establishment--Hch' a'
Oysters, Fish, Partridges, best; ,delica
cies, etc..---indeed everything that the
most fastidious cau;desire;
GI VE ME A CALL.
Publishers and Printers
Can buy direct of the .1anufacturer on
favorable terms.
"TnE'ANSoN IHARDY CUTTINO MACIIINEs
are the best. ant Ae heape~t low priced
machine made, andiliave a national repu
tation for utility and durability."=The
lectrotyper, Chicago.
THE ANBON HARDY PAPER OCrrTF.n E b
far the lattst . machine which ati be ob:
tamed for a less price than ono hinAred
dollars. It is of greats stre gth. These
machines hn" alwhysi 6tken the highest
stand. It is the only machine to. wjhich
is applied the Patei$n Movablo .Gutting
Board. This device hees .i reputao.4 lost
itself: by it, the cutting lidard cn.;be..in
stantly and accurately tove'l, so tht a
perfect cut is insured. This is a very im
portant point in the machine, and one
that is possessed by ho other. It greatly
reduces the labor pf preparation ip work,
ing the paper backward and forward.
We cannot too stronglry ret hInuiend the
advantages of this patent movable board.
It. is worth the price of this innehine, and
purchasers should fully linderstand hokv
highly it is to be valued."....(,eo. P, hnrdell
& Co.'s .ewapaper Reporter and Priuler's.
Gazelle. . , . .. .
THE LATEST IMPsovEn h .6 .OA r CUT
TEn is Ifrononneed the I A- desirable
Card Cutter in the markctyr thp jggIil
uses of a iriritiig office.
The vell lin)owwRUuOLE .CARD CUTTER,
with my latest improvements, is still prbi
ferred by many hrinters, and holds its
favoritism over othier. machines.
None genuine but those having my full
addreas lettered in the casting.
:r. Ne wspapers in want of advertising
from first parties .should send for my
circular.
F. A. D AIt IIY,
A ubui'daie, Mass.
I will buy of those that buy of me.
deo l4
JU T I CEIyED,
IA.full atolko Pla ad a. Gra
6eries, which wl o hold at low 3 i price
for the Cash.
A fhie stock of fgiiuors a
The patronage of tpea plio, is sogek
ted.
.RQSENEME
ttei & Edminid~
M Stationary Esiiesandt Boiled ot
Si) kids, Ci~i 1%Wftiellll1 -Grist Mllis,
Milll'egring, tigelzg, Pulleys &e. O
,(Miou''s Special SteanPmps
* yg * {04 a m'
Ib I A~o
&#1MS &asiT~MRra olrou1IN
tion and. ei rates;fsent
fre~on'. apilication to GEO. P ROWETL
THE LITERARY ENIGMAS.
Answers to the Ir.sb and soe new,
Ones for -the Ingenious to Practise
upon.
We publish below the literary
ehigmas that appeared in Tn' -Nzws
Am EsnALD last week, together *iih
the answers: -
. 1. Wh- at a rough man said to his
son when ho wished him to eat prop
erly.
2. Is a lion's house dug in the
side of a hill where there is 'no
water.
3. ilgrims, and flatterers, have
knelt low to kiss him.
4. Makes and mends for first-claes
customers.
5. Represents the - dwelling of
civilized men.
0: Is a kind of linen.'
7. Is Worn on ihe head.
8. A name that means such gory
things, I can't dnaeribe -their pains
and etings.
9. 'Belongs to a monastery.
10. Not one of the four points of
the compass, but inclining towards
one of then.
11. Is what an oyster heap is like
to be.
12. Is a chain of hills containing
a dark treasiro..
13., Always youthful, as yoe see;
but between,yQu and .o he . was
neverinuc of a chicken.
144 An Amnerican inaniufacturinig
town.
15. .Humpbacked but not deform
9d.
16. An internal pain.
17. Value of a word.
18. A ten footer whose ':name
begins with fifty.
19. A prighter and smarter than
he other one.
20 A worker in precious metals.
. .A very vital part of the body'
22.. A lady's garment.
23. A small .talk and heavy
weigh.
24.. A prefix and a disease.
25. Comes from a pig.
26. A disagreeable fellowv to have
on one's foot.
27 A sick plice bf Wbislii
28, A" mean dog"'tis.
29 An oficial dreaded by 'the
students of English universities.
30. His middle name is suggestive
of an Indian or a' Hottentot.'
31. A mehufactured metal.
32, A ggmo and a maid of the
human species.
33. An answer to "Which is the
greater. Boet, William Shakepeare or
Martin F. Tdpper?"
34. Neat I ' What are you doing 4
35. Is very fast indeed.
36. A barrier built by, an edible.
.7. To agitate a weapon.
38. Red as an apple,. black #
dight, a. heayenly Right or ;a perfect
fright.'
39. 'A domestio worker.
40.. A slang. exclanation.'
41.; ,Padk away'- closely,' ner
8csitter,, and doing. so you'll soon got
it her. '
42. "A -yoing domestic animal.
43. -One 'that is iord. th,..L a
sandyshore.
44.. . tactign in egrriency aud the
prva f ahion.
45. a&i is ipeiect~ liea"Ith,
my eluid-7andi. thh's 'he' 1'naided .W
poet bij . 1 l . A) '' '
46. A girl's name and a male rela
oth.. Take gavyleli-iepueiaJ~g1:g
48.- Put an' edible grain 'twidt an
ant and a 'bee, and a .ppch-Joyed
49. A edinmo- 'dom'esib" 9Endai
wha~t it can nevei~ do.'
0 4h living head1r in time, !Tis
said, wil turn to.h i p though ly# he
s ( 9, put by ;Th
-14,4L 1- 5, p ,;J~
Ltor34r
(Crabbe; 89~~~;.
44,1Milt~86Li
Adison ecrpto o tC
a etn;4 ig
2. What is lgl1tpr than sig I
3. The side of.; hog.
4. A eurae and, a paddock.
5. A Yankeo chilfs request for
its nothor to aecede'.
6. A fop an'd asaleiunalj,
7:, Topleade -i-.
9. Used to gain powenn J bsi.c;
10. What you d, wheu you get
his booc~ks. "1"
"rim two let~t ?a
rope. I . of
it :Akbertyran&itheUM o i *Igmi
it growse., , <.I as a .~ur -(' V ut"
1l. Tocl ? uII },,,
14."A be no 9
15; Whoe l lb r o ei3
amity, . ; - . ,.,,s 0'I1' t
16 .1 JeQ jo -pgpuyre thing withs,
17. To wed and a prepositiorr ..
18. Greater thmnany and less
than. molt. ., 19 '.h ,?4 -.q?! T
20. ThIate's two.
X21. ContiritY thW~fia. a{ ;.
22. A raw, Iiarld/fb t the('ke ibk
of wits . 1 3 .3 3:
2. A lend of bredg di,g ,gg
4.'Not so grihi as Is name
the -utheWrf"1%dp'b fl tlfe"
to thp shaQi1atnhk'I w; t ldeiir'.
25. What faibhldse *ier: h'
Bosphorus fear.
26 rWat a0 .idanshotild,.
27. Who took hip o vn li( as t bphia
last toll.
28vBdar 4011.f
29. A Jew feiMale;t I - C!
30. W4ase works gave whatrli a
name iruplites, tq7 . rho,(: sigictlpy.
Drthodox.
31'. 0To findi tie pi~els r e ,
among.names what he Wugeste
33, A ratified hard subst uoe.et
32. A' ld,1,in ts,?f. ', '*
. 34- T$' 42dteme 'sib s.
well-k.nonfcotfpfdbift ' d
35. A part of maize. A popular
riter of trashy tales
86.I tf yea-hade nahdrp ' inid
of his narme,, you will see itat #hte.
87. A. kird p o awAtte Ltpate-a
place of abogo. i.
38. Neces ary''dr a' ppwspapfr
rud akind of bed.o '"a
39. A peopl of urbpg and"
s eptial art Q# 'p -ro~t 1 -.,i
40. A renc1 name, . niih, apro 1
nounced in English, 4iip in the
neighbothood, >or nearly: "'
41. A .wit. the namesake of at
equally Famous rocket maker. g
42. Novels and barrels arp his
specialties.
43. Cuts with a heavy x ii
author of two famous: beoks' for
youth. ,
14. The title of a cotch p i.
ramous for only one bodo k' np .
45.. Whose 'middle- nsii 1 a
Dhurch an41 whosoelast onew'ada cuilir
S46. , ghint p corspaies ,sel kbe"
sies has
47. Short weilitf f6 $O
end a -law writer.'
48. Also a lIw -writer, - coark'
nineral.
49. the English . vtos and
the natnesa ko or a liv'm Algerpn
politician. ' ",;
50. His first name# hldicates a
lonbter of old, shis secdhd 'a "dead
A.merican o~ pr9pminggce,' bla1laptv
advice to Nei' woiidl-le literary,. k
~IPO1Nd 'Olh$BksPE~A.O 1b~
into a~ car with AMW oN l
at the samg/l(oenor gnQand
and kill) Natalet 'fhey
# gmaig'ovos , ri lodoit
talgder 'tb' hiis love, and said :
sii't great on tragedy, but I gues i
ii 1rcW Ape;k injf JW. En V.
gaaihedvthe acoad61 ofMif6HLIbEG
M1teej~pp gueaubQUbre?M3J Mfy,Mekno a
ip1pntdia lyo 6oj d m1o
demw kliT M4 watFd )f f~f~jdmel
~ a~qWJrpidin d tm of astcv
e g npq siengw ino
finaly aditte tha lf~w~q oild
ina Acotbg ofrlath d~ snow,
fialy dmttd ha build

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