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25 FAVCY CAR PD,15 Rt)se - it]
naue 10ts.14 post 1) ad.? .. 6 .
IuivsTEn, Nassau, Rens. Co., N. Y.
TRIFLING
With a Cold is Always Dangerous.
U1.
V ILLS' Carbolic Taili1ets,
a sure remedy for Coughe, and all 4is
eases of the Throat, 'Lungs, CL ei and
Mucous Cimbrano.
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE fO129.
Sold by all Druggists.
C. N. CIuTTENTON, 7 Sixth Avenue, N. Y.
$2 00 amonth. .A4Ors W AgT
on our ,TrunE (i AT-r
BooKs. The .4I 'y ir ' g g " g.
Roms, a full acco.hl tfdthl4. great Iys
tery written by his Father, beats Robin
son Crusoe in thrilling interest. The
Illustrated H.ND-BoOK to all EI.JIloNs, a
complete account of all denominations
and sects. 300 Illustrations. Also the
ladies' medical guide, by Dr. Pancoast.
1(0 Illustrations. These books sell at
sight. Male and female agents coin
money on them. Particulars free. topics
by mail $2 each. JOHN E. POTTER & Co.
Philadelphia.
A L, UCIi A'T IV E
BUSINESS.
7Pt- We want 501 more first-clws.s Sew
ing Machine .A"gnta, a1 as i)d pej p
energy and abiihty to arit e .ltuhinttLess
of se ung Sewing ilaf nea. Compensa-f
tion liberal, but varying according to
ability, character and qualitications of the
Agent. For particularsA-'lAlgess
Wis0n SewilIg Macl 111' Co.
.Culexoo.
827 &'829 ) robe in, 'vw.Yorc or New
Orleans, La.
A HOME AND FARM
OF YOUR OWN,
On the line of a great railroad with good
markets both East .West.
Now is the 'imb to cut% it.
Mild Climate, Fertile Soil, best Country
for Stock Raising ii the, Ulited States.
Books, Maps, (t nformation, also,
"TH1l PIONEER"
Sent free to all parts of the world.
Address, O. -g1. 3)gvg51,
Land Con. U. P. R. It.
OMA HA, NEIl.
Wonderful Success t 25,000
OF., a ,A ,. - ,-- ...
CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION
DESCIBE]' AND ILLUarnATEp,
Sold in CO: days It being the only
complete low-price work (774) pages only
$2.50,treating of the o -tire history ,girand
buildings,'wonderful exhibits.nrt'!osities
great days, etc. ; illustrated, and $ I cheap
er than any other; ever. body wants it.
On new agent cleared $350 in 4 weeks.
.3 000 agents wanted. Send quickly fyr
proof of ahoy i, opinions of offciials,eor y;
and press, sal iple pages, full description,
and our extra terms.
1 IIUnanAIU1 og., ll, 733..8&nsom.t..
Phil., Pa. ~~ . . - - "
Caution. Boware of falsely claimed
official and worthless booms. Send for
proof.
(in Gold Jewel
- combina
oh t. Con
visting of el(.
;ant w a t d l
'hain, ladies
rech and ear
<Itops, p~air elegai, ypa(t stone slceve but
ton', set spilral studs, dollAr button,
heavy plain wedding ring, and gents'
Parisian diamond pin. The above articles
sent, post-paid. foir 50) eta, have been re
tailed for $6. :Bankrupt stocl- and must
be' sold. Solid . il Ion Gold Watches,
$10 each, for . specultive pur
pos.es, goo d timers, equal inappearance
to a $200 g nuine gold. "'ljis repuation
for honesty, fair dealing a adiibeya ty is
uinequmaled. by: *#yt..edjrr i .his
city. '-ews York Day Book, Dec.16, 1876
Postage 'stam ps taken as cash.
f BT~ \A. F ndel t.,N -il
A R. W. * -
I EEPS cohe~tantiy o haund a ftill sup..
ply of Choice FAMILY GROCERIES an~
PLANTATION SUPPLIFA 'y Hisatoolkhas
recently boen opo ae dh
ready to supply thewants of alL t '
Publishers ,n~d Printers
Can buy direot of:the Manufacturer on
fav'orablo terms.
"Tua ANsoN. HARDY CUTTINO MAoUINEs
are the bese, and ohdapest low priced
machine made, and have a national. repu
tation for. utility..and. durability."--'The
J&ctrotyper, (Ihicago. :
Ti ANsON HARDY PAPER CuT'rEn is by
far the beat 'inaohine'whioh can be oL.
tained for-a less .prieo than one hundred
tRollars. It .is of - great strength. These
mahinde have al way-. taken the, highest
stand. It is the only machine to which
is applied the Pat mut Movable Cutting
Board. This device has a reputation of
it lf:,by it, the cutting board can be in
R tly and aedurately uoved, 'so' thatca
e act out is insited; - This is a ver im
ant point in thom'nichine, and dne
that is posseAsed by' no other. It greitly
reduces the lab'or of protaration in *ork6
ing the paper back*. rd' fiixrd tward.
We canilottoo VAitottog{ly"Iecolu tend the
advantageu 'of thin patent movable bdardi.
It is worth the p-ice of tlfid inadhirie,. And
purchasers shouldill 'lv'tlider4tand hot
highly it is to be valueod -Geo. P, Rote
& C.s Nerospaper Reporter .qnd Printer's
Tu1s LATEST IMPjtO ITAI p CAR) '
TER iS piondunce(
Card Cutter ~ he in r't,. or teererl
uses of a h ,. o -
The wel c i U 4 4CsARDXUT R,
with m f ats .imh %)pieissill >4ilre
ferc iy malns_ i1 fac, ande hi)l its
tlctori ism ovde- o0ter nidisbbines.
None geniuine but thosoghping my full
aiddress lettered in the daatiiig.
$.' N..wspspers iny 4t, o. ypytising
from first parting should send for my
circular.. ,
, .. A.UIA-IRDY, :. -
A uburndale, Mass
jwill bny oY tl 6o that buy pf m9 .
dec 14- -
THE BALL STILL ROLLS O14
-AT TIE
GRAND CENTRAL
Dry Gods~Establishment
cr r 6t. A firotlil1
COIUMBIA, S. 0.
r 1HE nUCoAsR attR nin 1 e disposal of
I our MA(oNIrICENT STOCK, wich we put
upon the market early this season at such
low figures, convinces us that the public
appreciate our efforts to supply them with
the newest and most stylish goods.
.Iuying as we do from the first' hands
aMid for CAsu, enables us to ofTer
BUPERIolt NDUCEMENT8.
We are now receiving a new and elegant
stock of
SPRING AND. SUMMER
Yom '. 'T Cr O Oy) g3
:' - BOOTS, SHOES,
wlich will be sold at the same low ruling
popular prices. We expect to do a LIvE
PUsiuXo IsisNEss, and bargains will be
offered daily.
"A word to the wise is sufficient.
pi Saniples sent on ap~pliqatiop. and
expressage paid on bills over $10.
MeCREERY & BROTIIER,
Gr'and Central DryGoo de Establishment.
T. A. Mc0REERY. B. B. MOCREERY.
JD. A. RAWLS. Wak. HTORKAN.
feb 20
I..
TRADE ~ 3E
MRk
. Pa my~ 9, 3011.
. WE cL AIM FOR THlE IMPRovED
SEWING.
IAOHI1V s
.The following specifie pointa of supe
Juority.b-) I
3-Exceedingly Liglat RuV*
4.till R assasIag. O4$3sele,i
5--Perforans ~ all Varieties of'
6-Benuuty. - of; i 1ia:. and
Hin le Machines sent on ordrs dirc
rrom the Factorf jifto'# itee *ith
nok Machbino.
WHY PAN ONA)PRt S. -
k'ndl for cirbu1 r fifr 'pahr1ieutaf.
Addreep, ~ ,
*Thec Whaitney.Migkwo., so
1feb 17 ..:- - l' if atado6U, N Je
-AND
AGRIOULTURISTS I.
- -;1f-- -
emperor t'vtIIramh; Gabba e,
rT HE be 18nt, )aridst tend most
iprolt b vah't of WINTER CAInAoIn
kiib*nin 'Etrobo, and imported to this
count'ry exclusively by the un(dersignpd,
where, with little cultivation, it flour
ishes astonishingl, 1r ti g -on enor
Indus size, and s iin MI- market at
ric. most gratifying to the iroducor.
Sola41fht. Th?1I 'bf lo iflduhoj 10 lour
ilarrel. is the average.r 4. pf this eloice
variety . One pacekag e DtthL' seed sent
post paid on receipt of 50 cents, and on
;3 rt pstao st 1mp. . " ap packages t9
d~ cdrea s pi'00 imid u3.lt rtilr Is'
1Tolvt >ekages foi t* $
,jafr- Read what a w Q,14 o y Garrett
ao. Marylander says of E &#Un WIL
LIAM Cabbage:
- - a~uidJo'fI(o 4 (in .' Co.,
Md1(., .an. '22, 1H77.
Mn. JAM sI tnDL, n SltPfltH. N. Y.
"Dear Sir4-I' beugRht sohM ,feed' f rom^ r i
last Aprit ahde it webf U Yonriin..
peror William Cabbage .iits this eliidte
well. Oi a,mqun.tain s'A .tI soqd Y9u
sent me roduced C pgi wezghiipg
thirty pod, ds,qach..
very triil fy,pgr ,
" , , aNs 1ROWVN.
" - I am Solo Agent tughe U; S. fez
the famous
Maidstone OniotWSeed
'I- , ' . : i
froni Maidstone, Kent' Co; England,,pro
ducing .the. mot prodnoing the most
prolific and fuest flatvoredOnions known
and yiohlung Qin..s4itabliepoils from 80) to
900 bushels per IIro, ewn in (drills,
Mr. Ienry Colvin, i largo m-irket gardeii
ef' at' S Y '~s , 1',P " 'Yici, our
siglih ( irl stir n y y its
large yield, and the (lelioeous flavor of the
fruit. odtildehve sold -nynhantity ir
this mareidt t.good priced. My wife sans
'she will'have no other oiifons'fonr the I able
in futud4 Send rie as 1I hI a you cai
ffthe enclosed $5,00."
QOz package of seed sent on receipt
of 60 cents d,ot #, p~pfJ o(st31g9 sitngU,
three packages to one adr ress $1 00" anid
two 3 cent stamps. Twelve packages sp1
on receipt of $3 t10.
to secunre atomb1 of oth aive i 'rrt' Wd a,
should not delay their orders All scdd
WAIRANTED FREsHII AND TO oERMINATE.
Cash agnsat..niocquigang(R~ or4 rs. (Foe
either !' the above - seda, tf Iorem
JAMES C AW ELL, -
mar 1-x1t0m 66 1I ntoh St., N. Y.
CONGRESS 'STRE I' T
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WINNSBORO, S. C.
NEW GOODS
AT
U G lDESPORTES'
.AND
'B A RG A LNES
IN
PRY GObJS,
CLOTHING,
AB3OETS AND SHOES
WINES,
IQUORS,
Etc., Etc.
feb S
7 J.~LENDININq,
Boot nnd ,$hoe Mast rerk
VI'NNSBORO, al 0.
THE~ unders1xed1 re
S ful a t ds t ti
has rpmoved h1is rid
Shioo MtidifAor 6 eone dloor" te r.
a st eof- tlf a substantial and4
ork xjanlikd'f nud, out of' the very bdat
mater al, anbd at ~rie~ ftitig 4$16w' as tlie
same goods ean b4 i& fac&rdfoat the
*Io or elsowhor . I keep conistanftly on
og
no asona ,,s
prp~n el o
The Army i Polities.
f The closing bourn of the Forty
fourth Congress will pass into 'his,
toryas momorable for- the vindication
of the right of the people's Repro
sentatives'to hold thke purse strings
of the nation, and in the exercise of
that right to check Executive on
.croachments. After a prolonged
and angry struggle over the Prosi
dential lucstion, whih had seem
ingly divided the Democratic party
diring the last'days of the contest
iqto two wings, they wore rQtnited
.m an instant and welded togeth'r
in a solid mass when this gie:att
principle wa's assailed.
The Army bill reported by the
roB' ittee of the - House contained
:t*6 leading elements. First, a re
duction-of toe force from twenty
five thousand to.seventeen thousand
men ; and secondily, a prohibitioni
a 'nst the President's using any
x ft of the money or the troops
thud granted, in sustaining illegal
goverinents in 'South Carolina and
Louisiana. Twenty years ago the
Republicains. then a tmajority in the
House, tacked on a similai condi
-tion to the Army bill, making it ap
plicable to Kansas.
When free speech and froo immi
gralion into that Territory woro to
be' defended, the Rep'ublicans of thdL
day, ini the feshtiesAfof their youth
and in their fidelity to the principle
whichecalled that party itto exist,
once, demanded that a Democratic
I President should not iso the army
to aid or abet irs the - extension of
slavety. They were right then
Now, >vhcn it is proposed.- to, curb
the Executive and defend t.he rights
of the' States against oppression, to
protect libe-ty Mid -to 'put down
tyranny v id fraud, -tome of the
same;t men and the same - party,
giown corrupt,andJoose, and..4...d,.
noralize, turn arouptd and renounce
the -very principle which gave them
Sthe only claim tg., popular.. coni
donece and support.
The. Senate, led by Blaine and
seconded by all thq extrgmists,
would neith r accept the redluction
of thear3y,1 yektio -the..cause
Ijohibiting the, ,b of r0 ta
maintain Pat d0C le {f
,;Tor would the; en subii to tuf
diminution of the groat pay emolu
*rents now .received by our super
fldus Geteials and their magnifiu
cent staffs. Repeated conferences
wg'e In vain. The revolutionary
14aders who are nowv sttiving for the
possession of flayes,nd ale inimical
to overy suggestion of a conciliatory
policy, determined to force this
issue, and thus to drit''o the more
moderate wing of . the Republican
party into line.
The House of ' Representatives
stood up bravely and faithfully to
its duty, and insisted- upon' main
taining its position ; and the Army
bill was lost by the obstinacy of
IJayos' professed friends 1 in the
Senate. No injury will be inflicted
on the service or on the country by
this mnishap. We rejoice. 't the
failure, because public attention will
now be drawnl to a huge military
establishment whtich the people are
required to support by oppressive
taxation, and to the disgraceful
abuses wich have grown 'up under
it. The money for the arrny is
ailroady appropriated for -the current
fiscal year to the 30tlof - Jhme, or
four months ahead There is
ab~undanlt time for reflection, and if
an extraordinary sessiomi of Congress
be. required, why, let it como..
Meonntime, the Freudu lept Pgqsidiit
will have shown'his hImhhf his ahts,
andl his intentions for tlio tutmgro
ein be better gauged than is now
possible..
.During the last eight years, tihe
army has been used ats a grea6 ma
n'hine to pull down ,honest and set
ulp frauduldnt govermwents in' the
Sputh : or in other words to uphold
one party amid to gefeat another.
Tile spoetzach -ectitly presented ill
South Cai'olina, Florida snd, Louisi
an'a, was not only Ii humiliation to
Amnerictmn ehmaradter, whidh has sub
mitted tamely to these repeated
scan als unde;1 Grant,: but was'an
tr iget upon the namo of .free ihstis
-tutiopis. Step by step we hmave been
w~ich eadto military despotism.
No'w, when a FLraudulent ITresi
derit has been. installed in. offie,
vho sooner or later must .fall- into
the' hands of -the' post ~desporate
.leadeis,'tnd liodis'~adaruled1 bys
1t.e corruipt oogsels of ,John 0here.
man annd his Ring, the,*iouse mof
Represea spegtki 'Abd act
ing for the 16~p, I~l take no
cheap profea ons a~q nting
*es for uaie .''6l6 have
4d the 31j T aspi~)
nutr the 1st p~ae
out being confronted with penaltios
that he is not aildous to edek. If
he and. his friends mean what of lat ,
they pretend, what need is there of
this great standing army with an
expenditure of more than fort,
millions a year ?-New - York Sun.
The Treasury Girls.
Mary Cleunor, writing of United
.States senators and treasury girls,
says : A very fe years ago I hap
ponetl to be in a house where,. a
senator of the United States-a
widower-paid the most marked at
tention to a lady in it, who earned
I r living im a department office.
Neither her intelligence nor her
culture was large, but ,asho was
comely to bdhohd, and had a i afroc
tionato disposition. The min - who
sought her society to the exclusioi
of all other male aspirants, who
drove away her young man to
threatened suicide, had many gifts
to charm weak women denied the.
power of penetration and tle heavon
sent protection of insight. In the
woman's heart" \vith love's young
dream played visions of dawning
splendor, of the coning. pomp,, and
glory of life soon to be all hers as a
senator's wife. She told her friends
of the approaching marriage, and
the :senator's public, absolute and
undivided devotion certainly seemned
outward proof of her halpy asor
ions. Her monthly stipeng was
insufficient to procure a Fuflicient
rmtfiu for the grand (mino of tie
future. She borrowed money from
more than one friend, and putting
it with her own savings in' NW
York, bought a costly trousseau, fit
for a senator's wife. She came
back to Washington with it. She
made ready for or nuptials. The
mnarriage day Was set. It ealte
tt not the senator. Where was
be ? Gone to his daughter. He
liared her fond arms with her 1rg>
Jog. Here the smiling and witty
"victim" shut his handsome eyes
in pious peace, ;thanking God that
it last he was beyond the designs
of "that woman." To hear ' the
laughter toll the story was some
thing wonderful, "Poor father !,
"Almost caught in such a: ;.pitfal;'...
"Such a designing piece 1" "She
courted him-certamnly she did 1"
Yet everybody who kiew the two
knew perfectly well that lie was a
sinner full of guile, whose practice
on woman's affections was a fine
irt, and that she was a woman, un
mnspecting and high minded to a
singular degree.
Had she been loss sensitive and
more worldly, sho would have sued
him for breach of promise. As it
was, she hid .her marriage garments
out of sight, and went back to her,
iesk ; there she sits to-day. We all
know that a woman of sensibility
would never sue a man for bi'alh of
promise of marriage, no matter whab
her wrongs might . be utr t, is
fo'rtunate for justice that sono
VOmell are not troubled Witdi -
bility, and do their bept' 'to' hake
such1 masculine .sinners stif'er at
least a p)art pf what they deserve.
The agricultural returns bf Gieat
Britain for 1876, just pnblished,
sho0w agultivated gea sof 47,898,000
Icres, exclusive of heath and moun,
tain pasture limnd, and of dioods tud
plantations. 'The ac1~age uhi &
wheat last year was'eleved per' conita
less than in 1875 and twenty~ two
per cent. less than. in 1 9; that
atjder. oats .sho~wdd an iricre'se,
wi le the potato ' op has much
lacreased from foar~of disease. i The
icreage under artificia graeses is
the largest yet recordel454,090
ieres.
A party of Chinese fishormemi
~aght pight of a sea serpent .negr
the lloronada Islands, in thYel1 acific,
mn.February 21. Length' of body,
50 feet ; length of head, (10 feet"
length of tail, 100 feet; 'diameter, 8
feet ; color, brown. Carry the niews
to the British marines and Mr.
Richard A. Proctor.
"Is married preferable tosingje
ife 1" was argued at a recent meet.
ing of a Pennsylvatlia 'debitink No
iiety. ' Only one' marriad' nian go
p~eared .for tihe neigatitre anld he dam'e
lown $p business next day with is
irm in a slipig, a groe .atch ~qver,
bis eye, and hi getme'i'al ulparide bf
having elegt oud%' alla i i'4th%"
hellar arell * a~.I- ."- is n -'t
The vpa4) 91 jae ~'~m~~bs
impert fror ~iaa 2 1
for th~'Ar~' 6f iwsm gl
in hia 6tIoh andioo~t

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