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T~Lt-WEEKLy EDITION.] WINNSBQRO, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1877. [
NEW AD VE1LTISEMLENTS.
25 FANVY CARDS,15 styles with
namO, 10cts. post paid. J. B,
IIVsTED, Nassau, RonS. Co., N. Y.
TRIFLING
With a Cold is Always Dangerous,
: E1i USE
WELLS' Carbolic T'J'ablets
a sure remedy for Coughs, And all Dis
eases of the Throktt, Lungs, Chest and
hncous M Olnbrano.
PUT US ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
Sold by all Druggists.
V N. nlTTENToN, 7 Sixth Avenue, N. Y.
0 a nmonth. AOsa'rS WANTxc)
$20) JJ on our 'iric (nREAT $2
P0o)5. The SMary of Charsicy
Rtoss, a full account of this great. muys
tery written by his Father, beats Robin
son Orusoo in thrillipg interest, The
Illustrated IIAND-IQoi to all IIELIOIONS, a
complete account of all denomi nations
and sects. 300 Illustrations. Also the
1jdies' medical guide, b;1y Dr. Piucoast.
160 Illustrations. These books sell at
sight. Male and female agonts ooin
money on them. Particulars free. Jupian
by mail $2 each. JoHN E. PUTTER . Co.
{ Philadelphia.
A LU WCR ATIV E
BUS INESS.
piTl We want 50) more first-class Sew
ing Machine Agents, and 500 men of
energy and ability to learn the business
of selling Sewing Machines. Coupeunsa
tion liberal, but varying nocording to
sbility, chararcter and qualilicationsof the
Agent, For particulars, Address
Wilsoln Sowing Mach ie 00.
CIrCAno.
827 & 820 Broadway, Now York, or Newy
Orleans, La.
A HOME AND FARM
OF YOUR OWN,
On the line of a great rnilroa'l with good
markets both East West.
Now is the Time to S -ouo it.
Mild tlimate, Fertile Soil, best Country
for Stock Raising in the United Stues.
J3ooks, Maps, full information, alsc,
"TILE PIONEEt"
Seni free to all parts of the world.
Add resF, C>. g. -
Land Com. U. P. It, It.
OMAHA, NE.
Wonderful Success ! :5,000
OF THE
CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION
DEScnRIDE3P AND T.T.USTR.\TEp,
Sold in 60 days It being the oply
omplete low-price work (770 pag' only
$2.51l),teating of the e-ti re history,gran'
buildings, wonderful oxhibits,curiosities,
great days, etc. iillustrated, ald $ cheap
er than any other; everyvbody wants it.
One new agent cleared $'l50i in 4 weeks.
3,000 agents wonted. Send quic' ly for
proof of abov , opinions f oflicials,clergy,
and press, sa 'ie pages, full descriptio1,
and our extra torms.
I IunnAfn Bites., Puos., 733 Sansoma st.,
Phi}., Pa.
Caution. Beware of falsely claimed
official and worthless boo..s. send for
proof.
T1 i'? Mil
Sn Gold Jewel
ry combinar
tion out. Con
sisting of ele
q, t w at c 1.
;.ain, ladies,
a d oiooeh and 'ear
urups, pailegam ilL soeseeebt
Parisian diamond pin. The above articles
sent, pos5t-paid, for 50) eta, have beer, re
tailed forS$6. Jlankru pt stock andi mu usi
bo" sold. Solid .. il ton Cold Watches,
-p)oses, goo d timiera, equal inappearaince
~Postago !stamp~s taken as cash.
F. STOCJ(MAN, 27 Bond St.,N-V.
J. CLENDINING,
Sot am Shoe Manufacturer,
WVINNSBORO, S*0.
THlE undersigned re
apectfully announces to the
citizens of Fa'uirfiejld that lhe
has removed his Beet anid
Shoe Manufactory to one door below Mr.
0. Muller's. I am prep~ared to manufacture
.'dl styles of work m a substantial and
orkmanlikce manner, out of the very best
:materitls, and at prices fully as Jlow as the
,same goods can be imanufactured for at the
North or elsewhere. I keep eonstantly on
hand a good Stock of Soleoid 1gyper
Leather, Shoo Findings &c., *which till be
.sold at reasonable p~rices. Repairing
promptly attended to. Terms strictly Cash,
fpW Dried Hidos bought.
sot 12 J. 0LENDININ~G.
GOOD
ADVER TISING
$3,2510;40 wotth atspace in various
:newspapers distributed through thirty
,Stastes will be sold for $700.cashi. Accurate
insertions guardnibad. A list of the
aprgiving cd ily'and 'weekly circula.
*in nd printed 1a i
free e~n aplcatliito'O.P
.A Co., Newnanr. dvrdama A
LADD BROS.
WE have now epAnleted ono of
the best stocks of
DRY GOODS,
BOOTS aud SHOES,
HATS and CAPS,
YANICEE NOTIONS,
CIOCICE4Y, &c.
IN 'THE COUNTY.
We will not be undersold. Lot us
say however, that our best
Calicoes are 10 cents a
yard. We cannot
sell them lower
and have a
uniform profit on all Qoods.
GIVE US A CALL.
0
TO OUR COLOLED FRIENDS
As you have always put confi
du4ce in us, we will state that you
may depend on getting goods at a
regular even prie.
No baits held out to any one,
1lov 30.
~ALRC-AIN'T I
Bar .ill! Bar aills!
-GRE111AT
R E DUCTION IN
FRIols
EXTRA INDUCEMENTS OF
FERED FOR THF
DASH I
WE offer our Stock of Wiuter Goods
at greatly reduced prices for the
-CASH.
We will receive in a few days a lot of
SPRING OOODS
which can be bought Y',R V
We woild call the attcntiop .of planters
tQ our~ Stooc of
PLANTATION HARDWARE
onsisting of Iron, Stesi, Plows, B~ellows,
Nails, &c., &c., which we offer
LOW DOWN.
MclMaster & Briee.
N B.--Special attenition to Gents' fur
nisling gppde.
Nevy Faily Grocery.
HEundersliged desires to inform his
friends and~ the p)ublic that he can be
found on the east side o~f .Pe~ngress street
Vyith a fresh fitop1olfc
FA1MILY QIBOCERIES,
Yiz :Meal, Grist, Flour, lBaconi, SAugaya,
, Coffees, Teas, Crao~gers, Ginger
Broad,8 icds, Sipices,
oto., eto.
4)eapges, Apples,'Ca~dIes, .&O., aH) fresh
anid oheap,
VORt OASH ONLJ.
J. E. CATHOART,
OppositeLJ II. Cathostt's o ld ''(apd.'
JM?7 -
IMPORTANT
AGRICULTURISTS !
-9
Emperor William Cabbage,
r "HE best, largest, hardiest awl mot
profitable variety of WINTER CAIllAoE
known in Europe, and imported to this
country exclusively by the underigneod,
where, with little cultivation, it flour- I
ishes astonishingly, attaining an enor
xious size, and selling in the market at
prices most gratifying to the producer.
In transplanting, great care should be
used to give sufficient space for growth.
Solid heads the size of the mouth of a flour
bagel is the average run of this choico
variety. One package of the seed sent
poxt paid on receipt of 50 cents, and one
3 cent postage stamp. Three packages to
one address $1 00 and two 3 cent stamps.
Twelve packages sent on receipt of $3 00.
p-0 Read what a well known Garrett
Cq. Marylander says of the EMPErnon WIt
LIAMI Cabbage:
BLOOMINGTON, OannET CO.,
Md., Jan. 22, 1877.
Mn. JAMES CAMPBELL, 66 Fulton St. N. Y.
Dear Sir:--I bought some seed from you
last spring, and it was good. Your Em
peror William Cabbage suilts this climate
well. On a mountain side the seed you
sent me produced Cabbages weighing
thirty pounds each.
Very truly ynura,
JAMES BROWN.
.ao' I am Solo Agent in the U. S. for
the famous
Maidstone Onion Seed.
from Maidstone, Kent Co., England, pro
ducing the most producing the most
prolific and finest flavored Onions known
and yielding on suitable soils from 800 to
900 bushels per aoero, sown in drills.
Mr. Ileury Colvin, a largo m'irkctgarden..
or at Syracuse, N. Y., writes, "Your
English Onion Seed surprised me by its
large yield, and the delicious flavor of the
fruit. I could hv ye sold any quantity ir.
this, Inar. et at good prices. My wife says
she will have no othev on ions for the table
in future. Send me as much as you can
for the enclosed $5,00."
One package of seed sent on receipt
of 50 cents and one 3 cent postage stamp,
three packages to one address $1 001' andl
two 3 cent stamps. Twelve packages sept
0l; ece3Oipt of $3 00.
l y euui,, an ialjtez . u"ca debtlua
tc secure either of the above Tare seeds,
should not delay their orders. All seed
WARnANTED FROESHK AND TO qERaMINATE.
Cash must accompany all orders. For
either of the above seeds, address
JAMES CAMPBELL.
ipar 1-xtni 6 Fulton St., N. Y.
13 II. Flelltien
.LEEPS constantly or. hid a full sup
c
ply of Choice FAMIIzY (H CERIES and .
r
PL ANTATION SUPPLIES. His stock has t
11
recently been replenished, rd he ,is now ()
ready to supply the wante o U.
oct12
To Ht C~tizens of lIrfiold. t
I F you want a pure and l dulterated to
article of Liquors for adicinal or
family .purposes.- call at th Coptennial
Bar.
To the Farmeirs and Int oe of ti
FatJrgeld.
F you want any Liquore r y.Qur la- P?
borrsm or plantation pu sea, call at bi
.the Centennial Bar, where i! can buy at
Jhottom pricsfor
-.-GASH. e
. F. W. HA NICHT,
feb 22 -repritoy.
$H4VINGI 84 oN. 11
'T E undersIgned igkc .imoeled of 1
infon9ing~ the pub) phaW le has E'
.Saloon ig'the ro9n ,two re west of the at
poetr-offeis, where he wijl 9piaure 10z ca
servig all those who , avor him
1rith a call; Everything his line done i
in th4 latest and meet nbea , 3
NOTHING A YEAR.
AN INT RESTING ESSAY ON Brxi 'T
Not of the Vegetpble Kingdom, But of
The ?pecies Known as Dead
Beats.
The original dead-boat is to bei
found in all grades of society, in all i
parts of the world, of all ages andi
uitionality, and embraces both'
sexes ; in fact they are so numerous!
and changeful that to tell one on|
sight would t~iko more than the
visdom of Solomon or the acuteness
of a P hlladplphia lawyer ; aside
from mingling with the creme-dc.la
gre', "on change," in first.class
commercial circles, in all the pro
fossions, and above all in connection
with political cliques and politicians
at large.
Hotel proprietors and boarding -
house keepers perhaps suffer more
than any other class of these credi
tors of the world, for, as the world
owes themi a living, eating and
sleeping being absolute necessities
for continuance of life, as a in atter
of course, those who unsusp ectingly
provide them with these ncecs sillies
expecting an equivalent, are
inulctod, for a board bill is the last
thing a beat would think of paying ;
if lip ever dreams of paying anything
it would be a whiskey bili, for bar
tendprs as a rule are too "fly" for
thern.
Not long since a party . in Now
Y or1c wlea finally caught in the act
openly boasted that for over two
years lie had lived at the finest up
town boarding houses and not paid
one cent during that time for board
ho was gentlemanly in appearance,
well dressed, in possession of fine
conversational powers andi a rpgu lar
"masher" among the ladies ; his
modus operandi was to call at a
first class boarding house, engage
a partwenoits, anld before partaking of
trio first meal inform the land-laly
that lip "could not get his baggage
over the ferry that morning," "had
not arrived at the express office
yet," "was delayed on the road by
an accident," etc., etc., alyays fram
ing some plausible excuse so as to
Unie. n r1 aw .l in the inter m
meaking himself agreeable to all te
ladies in the house, particularly the
landlady and her daughters, if per -
chance she had any, being a lliallist,
a good reader, a charming dancer,
and with such "winning ways," that,
before she is hardly award of the
fact, he is "into her" to the tune of a
month's board, and some fine morn.
ing Mr. D. B. steps out and forgets 1
to return, and goes in search of
rfairer fields and pastures now."
Another class of dead.beats are
those who watch their chance ft our (
larger hotels and when no one
is looking, slip into the dining-room t
mid steal a meal ; some have got
his systematized <]own to so fine a
)oint that they can tell to a nicety
it just what hour and inj~iuite they 1
tand a better chance ; as a matter
f course where two or three hun -
Iredi people are sitting dowr! to a a
neal it is a hard matter tQ disc ru~
no person wvho has not register - I
d.
Still another class are those wvho v
stopping at a hotel have a fair
howing of baggage, but wvhich in I
cality 'is worthless ; this plass have
iany devices, such .As screwving c
heir trunks to the floor after sur'-, "
optiously getting what little clothif
ig they have out of the hiouses, i
lling their valises with anything
eavy available and some have gone s<
a far as to have patent valises jiado
> order that will double up liko a ai
atent dinger pall, an~d after having
ut all thme olothiing it contains on
n their back, after getting twvo or
iree days board, cooly fold up
eir valise and put it in their
ocket, taking the first opportunity d:
> repack it augd play the game oig
ruotheyr hotel..P
Perhaps the worst annoyance to
otel men are the female beats with
hich the country ja flooded ; they
'av~el en their "winning ways" and
at into the landlord before he N
lows it, and when they areo justly
siushed, which is very seldom, fall I
iek on the plea that their "sex pros
ets them."
NIot lonig siince a lady (?) was driv-. dl
i n a hack up to the ladies' en- m
ance of one of our leading hotels ti
id was ecorted to the ladies' par.b
r. She was dressed in tlAe height hu
fashion, in #neat and' tasty and by H
> ~anis gaudy. The 091ly article P~
baggage she had with her wias a
all box, naeatly wrapped up in !"
apilla paper, with a phawl-gtrap
tached, bymeans of which it was
ried. This 1she seerged t9 Ihandle
Lth great.car'e, and requested that
be placed in th. ariva Val of
same. She was a bewitching blondo
of ravishing form and a smilo sweet
enough to melt the heart of a
Shylock. She entraIIced all the
boarders ; spent a pleasaut weok;
and one bright morning stiarted out
to "do a lit tie shopping," aid fou all
that her friends in the house know
is still shopping. After an absence
of two or threo days the proprie,
tors' suspicious were at 1ast aroused,
and opening the aforesaid small box,
which by the way was hermetically
sealed with red sealingswtax, they
found four bricks of the best Mil
waukee manufacture.- lotel I orkll.
"Not Guilty."
Not Guilty : When a grocer's boy
yesterday delivered a basket full of
packages to a lady on Colunbia
street, her quick eyo detected the
fact that she had received. only 11
oranges in place of a dozon.
"Yountg man, you ate that other
orange as you cam along !" she
exclaimed, as she recounted the
num ber.
"Nover, never !" ho earnestly ro
plied.
"Well, where is it, then ?"
"They probably counted wrong,
ma am.
"Well, I'll go right back with you
rand see."
"I didn't eat that orange," ho
begin, after a little refloction, "but
['11 tell you how it was. Down horo
Mbout about two blocks I say an
old chap out in his garden, hat
banging on a plun tree as he sawed
it a limb. He was the bald-headed..
'st man I over saw, m a'anm, and I've
travelled all over the world."
"'Well, what has that to do with
ranges ?" she asked.
"Lots, mna'amn--heaps. If you
wvas a boy and you saw such a head,
mnd you knew you could lut it and
et away all right, wouldn't you put
ti orange agin it ?"
"It was very wicked," she softly
utswered.
''Woll, I dunno but 'twas, but if
you seen that old gent catch his
legs and make a jump, and if you'd
heard him yell out as he camnie down
md grabbed for his hat, why ma'anm,
you'd lond mo another orange to
non at some one as I go back."
More Names of Authors.
A lady commmiaentes to the St.
Louis lepyudb/ican still another list
onundrums involving the names
)f authors. The list, which is an
?xcellont one, is as follows
1. A cunning monarch-Lings
cy.
2. A rock that survivos--Living
tone.
3. Excellent before yealthy
roodrich.
4. The first part of music, and a
Oess--LMuloclk.
5. A sick nmargin-Virgjl.
6. A sinful son of Adaj--Kane.
7. Who carries heavy weights ?
'orter.
8. A rim of value--Edgeworth.
9. A sunbeam betwoen a stocking
nid a tormnenter--Socrates.
10. Continues to conlo ashlor
randon.
11. Wait upon01 and b)othor--Cor
12. Settled upon a pier--Lord
ytton.
13. What the darkey said to his
icken wvhen lhe br'ought him for
arA at the cock-tight--Darwin.
14. Abreviated book, rip !-Vo1
15. The duck that sang a fairy
mng-Joseph Rodman Drake.
16. Servant girls--Arthur Helps,
uthor of Casimor Maremnia.
17. What is dueo-Robert Dale9
wen.
18. Oh ! Martin--Martin-oan.
19. Only timbo~r--Sherwood..
20. What ladies of color like to
:ess in--De Stael.
21. Beyond hearing-Paschal,
ascal.
22. A wet place-Marsh.
23. Fasten up a deer-Lockhart.
24. What a hog does- Waleor.
25. I refuse the fashioil..-Isaae
awton.
26. A song not well done..
dleigh.
Abuse and misrepreqsentation have
iven Mr. Hewitt from 4he Chair
rinship of the Democr'atic Execu
,e Cotnmiittee. If Mr. Tilden had'
en inaugurated, Democrats Would
ye been loud in praise of Mr',
owitt.s management othe cam~
.ign. A s it is, all lilf hire eon
mned as blunders. '
WRAPPING A
KR(1HANf at' reqftenidu t o.
D.ar. our nrliee fex' Pajrsndam PM 6ii0t'

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