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TR BJWJLIvX EDITION.]., S TUltD NIN(,fMA;RCIi X24,1877"
NEW ADVERTI1S1IIEINT.
2 5 >fi)MVCARD6s, 15 st~ylcs with
HUNTED, N f, M },fleb .Cd. N. Y
?lATR iALNG 7TFCT
With a Cold is Always. Dangerous.
- USE
W ELLS' a:rbditi talbfeth,
a sure reomety or'Cough1s, anty' it RVV
eases of the .Throat4Lwdgd, est- ind
Mucous Memubrane.
fM.,JP oMYx IN 4)LUE Doxs. ,
Sold b all I)rnggists.
C. N. bhh*itrow, 7'&tith Avenue, N. Y.
a month. WA . rW n
Rl N great > ,yr
tery wlat en y ha th er, >ealts 110 >in
son Crusoe in thrilling interest. The
Illustrated IrAND-DOOK to all IILIamIONs, a
complete account of all denonainations
and sects. 300 illustrations. Also the
ladies' medical guide, by )r. Pancoast.
100 Illustrations. These books sell at
sight. Male and female agents coin
money on them. Particlnrsa free. 3opies
by mail $2 each. JUnA E. PUTTER & Co.
Philadelphia.
A L[U RAT I IV E
BUSINESS.
rM We want 501 more first-class Sew
ing Machine Agcnts,,pna 5U!!) men of
energy and abilit'dt6 learn% Ansifdi
of soiling Sewing klhehines. Corn eghsa4
tion liberal, but varying aceordng to
ability, eharacter and qualitications of the
Agent. For particulars, Adflgess
Wilson Sewing Miachine Co.
CHrCAGO.
827 &J829fBroadlw , WeY York, bM New
Orleans, La. , ,
A HOME AND FARM
OF YOUR OWN,
On the line of a great railroad wit's g'gd
markets both East West.
Now is the It, 1 oQt p. it.'
Mild tClimate, Fertile S T dit Country
for Stock Raising inthe Urdted States.
Books, Maps, fuh i'? oaimation, also,
i$l$ 1!0 E ER"
Sent free sl el parts of the world.
Addr pr, ems. -',s DcL-zyg,
, ALand Con. U. P. R. It.
.o. OMAHA, NEB.
Wonderful Success 1 25,000
o ! oi diw Laid
CENTINEiAL EXPOSITION
DESCRIDED AND ILLUsf PA E,
Sold in G0 days ~ It'heihg' the only
complete low-price work (770 pagds only
$2.5"),treating of the e tire history,grand
butildiingewvogdgygr pg~ibitsa-W m osities,
great days, etc. ;il ustratedi and "I cheap,
er than any other; evert body wants it.
One new agent cleared $35t) in 4 weeks.
3 000 agents wanted. Senl quaie ly for
proof of abe ,p I 1I le,
and press, atftilPI~atd, llatdep lti
and our extra terms.
I HUnnARW Unos., FUDs., 733 Sansom St.,
Phil., Pa*, 3 r d " -
Caution. Bewsare of iaboly claimed
official and worthless booKs. Send for
proof.
'tL Mils
on Gold Jewel
rj comfbina
ant w a t c 1
hain, ladies
CUrp, theriega~t~ om 5abWre MMVeAt
tons,, sq .g~ixal, gtlacollar buttryi,
heavy p &tH wedding rmg, an<~ ~gents
Parisianeliabn de.pirn. Ihe'abdo Artaicles
sent, pn dfor 5QQt ia. ebo e
be 'sol4t(8ohfld eil to ol Watche,
$10 each, for sprecultive vur
poses, goo d timecrs, eelual inappearatmeo
to a $200 g (1n uaine gocld. ''P is repun1ationa
for honesty, fair dealing andlibera'ity ist
Postage 'tam pa taken as cash.
F. S30O1KMAN -27 nd t.,
e i
lee-/s Pa .pi o I . , -rai * A~ e
- . ,tsuR as e .-,iv. *sjK . 1
I(EP . Ti k a m-i .'K
-ot$n o-?MN i dt no~, soo
fady to supplgathd>Wenteiof hil, oaaa.mil
ti sann wstet~ h,s Jet i)d
.Eahbd ede 3
rn. IARLEY
1 EG.S to 106' tl 6iti .Ln of Wiinna>
boro and the public in general, I hat he
ias on hand the largeht aniY UiA elt cted
stock of
'SERN RYE, and N. C. CORN,
In town.
}Ii vn Porter. Cream Ale, an ,Cockncy's
I Delight, Alf aind 'Ali':Smnokirig and Chow.
ing Tobacco,
CIGA r c.
J. C. 4 s Z i B A el r aldays fresh
on drauig .
--ALSO
A loV'of aphent 'ALAT1 U tA7i1 .
suitable for family use.
mar 17
r 3IE undersigned, having with,1rawn
entifdsly-fr'oin'te moeantilo'bi'usiness,
vex notitde'that lilt no'tos and accounta
arein the hAtids of's lawyer for co lection
without dliscrinIfination. Prompt etbin
tion will save costs.
mar 17--txa iTAS. R: AIKEN.
THE+ BALL STILL 1OLLS ON
. .. -AT 2THE-.: . . A
RAID" CENTRAL
Dry Goods Establishment
COLUMBIA, S."C.
THIE sucoess attending the disposal of
otar 1IAoNIFICEN.T 88:10K', -Wh)ichl we'pitt
upon the market early this season at such
low tliuresg eppi eof.(s thiat S'o public
appreeiate our efforts to supply them with.
tlI newest and most stylish goods.
Itii we lcfoitl ii t h cde
and fo (4' S~ Ii bl4$' t&ftorc
SUPERIOR INDUCEMENT8.s
We dro now receiving a now and elegant
it ok of
AND 8 MIJ .R
rR.-Sr CA c c.E
F~ LM
-wliel will be sold at the same low ruling
populAr prices. We expect to do a LI
PtsIfdo IJUSINEss, and bargains will be
offered daily.
"4A w 'd ten.tlp Wisedea sugidient." K.
. - amples snlt on application and
expreshage paid on bill over $1.
i McCREERLY & BlROT ERi,
ranul Central Dry Goo ds Establishment.
. A, MeCRELRY. . 1k. MoCzrmERY.
B,' A. ItAwLS. WM. HIORKAN.
efb.2 20K ~ W
'rn
~m -
I MARk
The 1dlwi Bg ae ni g jnt. of supe
riority::
I-E4{rest aimpIsIcty ARa Con
US"9-0urnbIt.t II
3--Exceed~ingly LIglat Run
S#h. miw 4
SlWIlY PAY OL~ggC1
njm o'3
i14i 7 . :: '. I MAtesn, N.3
IMPORTANT
--AND
AGRICULTURISTS !
-0-.
Emperor Wiliam Cabbage
H 'IE' bist, Iarget, hardiest and most
. profitable varioey. of- V1TEn1 CUADIAor
known in Euroig, jndl '.9portojo Joh
count4 exclitsivoly br ihp ufilerIgs:oc
where, ithl little- e iti utiori, it, :t
ishes astonishingly, .attadhing an et'o -.
upI size, and selling inr,.tbe market at
'j ices imost. gratifying, to, the producer.
In trankplaiiting, great care slioiild bl
used td'give uflidioiit s tce for growth
Solid hleads the izo'df the mouth of a floui
barrel is the average run.4of this ohoic<
variety., OtI. pckoge. 9f the seed sul
A 1t paid on re'ceipt of 50 cents, and one
3 celt posfago staih. Thi'eo packages t<
Sahd(ldress $1 00irand two 3 cent. (stinmp.
Twelve packages seut pn';queipt of $0:00.
41 Itetad whata wo.e known Garreti
Co. Marylander says of the Ernnon Wui
# Cabbage:
B3L6O11NOTho, Gahake Co.,
bMd., Jan. 22, 1877.
Mn. JAMEs CAt1PDSL 60 Fulton ft. N. Y.'
Dear Sir:-1 bought solp seed i rom9'1n
last spring, and it was' god. 'Yotii. .
pgror William Cabbage shits this elimit e
Well. On a mountin sidh. the :seed ybti
sent me ,produced Cap1bgges weighmiu
thirty pounds each.
Very truly 'ours,
JA-MES BROWN.
IN7 I am Solo Agent in the U. 8.afoi
thme famous
Maidstone Onion Seed
fromi Midstone, Ketit Co., knglaid, ro
dcueing the thoet lirtfd-n ing 'the ~14
prolifll and finest flav'red Onions knowr
cnd yielding on ,suitable $ wils frni 800,U
Si) bushels per acre, .swn is drill ,
)MT. IHeriry Colvin, a large ;na're't iird'et
et at' 8yrac1ae, N. Y.,1 writes, -"You
English Onion Seed surprised ime ;by its
lait' yield, and the delicious flavpr o.Thie
fruit. I could 1h. ve solti any quantity ir
this'1tar-et at good prIes. My wife dayz
she will have' noother onions for the thl
in futu)re. Send me as mulch as you car
for the enclosed $5.00."
One package of 'seed sent on recip
of 50 cents and one 3 cent 'postage stamp
three paIkages to one addrhss $1 001 an,
two 3 cent stamps.. ' wolye packages sen
on receipt If $3 u0.
'' My stilpl' is limiteod'. -Partieeirn
to secure either of the above rare seeds
should not delay their orders All s5ee
WAnRANTED FRP3sH AND 'TO'' I'iMINATE
Cash must -aconpaniy all orders. o:
either of the above soods, address
JAMES CAMPBELL,
mar 1-x tn 6O Fulton St., N. Y.
CONGRESS STREE'I
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WINNSBORO, S. C.
NElW GOODS
AT
U. G IMSPORTES'
- 'AND
B AR A INS
1N
DRY GOODS,
CLjOTnING,
BOO0TS AND SHOES
WINES,
LIQUORS,
feb 6'
d, LENDINaING,
Iloot aniq Shoo IManufa~cturer,
WINNSDIOKO, s. O.
esxitfully annonneoes to-the
izegofFairfield thathu
as ripoveti hisJQu .in~
C. Mttller'siI uip eAiedl 'to inartiudturt
:o~rk a ek~wnr, glt of tlh'~~~
matetha lces fll "as' as
North or elsewhere. Lkeep 'connutantlyu t
~an * ood Stoek of Sole, and Uppe
e.1J~r oF I8; r*'b
soa'4
I TI CLANK OF TIHE CHAIN.
0
A PAJRDONED CO'WICT 4T1tE.)TpTS
BJURULAR Y TO A VOID 8'7AR VA TIOM
"Notbinge so left 'or tae"--low 'an
Honest man Vpcame a , Oriminal
f3cientiflo safe-breai ng exjla nod.
m11 1i namtled JI inqo.f raiisar
raignod before the Tombs ,Police
Court in NTow York on Monday, on
the charge of attempted buglary.
?lh Ovite1Ce shoivod tliat .h bad
i14 j n m-govorcd by a policqnuu, thq
gy, previous, suspigi quply trying
the. doors o o busiops houses
near .Trinify church, apd ap accost
od witllthe aiiutation' "hollo! do
Sye beloig hero 1"
"No," was the gr ff repl
"Then I arrest ydu on t16 charge
of attempted beglarv."
"You struck it right that time,"
was the nonchalant reply. I was
attempting burglary and you caught
mle."
In appearance the prisoner was
ntbouti fifty years-of- -age, over six
feet' in ,eiglt and proportionally
built. is clCoks were palo and
st ken, showing:unmisttikablo evi
den e .of physice4 suioring. His
es were bright .and his counten
anh was one of intelligence.., His
clothing censisbod of a ;torn -and
tigged.coatypeIntalools. with large
holes ithon, ees, V dlapidated hat
an d- sloes woll nig) swleless.
. ASTOKsIfNG TIE, dOURT.
fIansodl,.'Isaid -the magistrate,
n are e charged twith attempted
bt laady; what, have.y04o say-r'
a4an giilty;" quickly responded
the prisoho, in t' htrong Danish
decent. 'I-df1d.it so that I would. be
sent to State Prisons"
"And why do you want to o- to
St tie Prison, (lhridtian:t" asked the
Judge in astonishment:
The :man - hung his head and
seemed for a moment disinclined, to
answer, .but encouraged by a kihdly
word, looked up and said with an
earnestness that 'was deeply ifna
pressivo :--c
"Judge, I have only just coma
ofrom Columbus. Ohio, where I serv
ed ten years .in State Prison for
burglary. I was pardoned out by
Governor Hayep, now, Jresidont of
the United Ntutos., My originil
sentence was' for twAo'y years. My
life is wasted and 'I' am a wreck.
God knows I intended when I caiho
out of prison to live an honest life.
I was pardoned out on the 5th of
last month. I went to Cincinnati
and tried to get work, but failed.
From there I went to Pittsburg and
met with no, better subcosa. Then
I tramped it all the way to New
York, where I had friends, trying .o
get work from farmers on the way,
sleeping where I got an opportuni -
ty and eating Whenever a charitable
person gave me a crust. My friends
here who knew me before I was a
criminal refuse to recognize me. I
can't get work ; I have lived in the
gutter and been kicked about. I
dread to kill myself, and so with the
horrors of prison life still before me
Iamn olilged to go back. There is
inothing elsme left for me.
Thie sympathies of all who hoard
the eairnest wvords of the broken
down man were deeply touched by
the recital. After some * further
questions the Judge orderedl himn to
step asidlc until after the adjourn:
mont of the court, when: his ease
womd be disposed of.
To a IHerald reporter who inter
viewed him, 1)0 related the following
ineidents of his checkered life:.
"I was born of poor but respecta
ble parents in 1q34, and landed in
New York in 1863. . I enlisted in
the army, and was wounded in the
shoulder in Richmond. After the
war I wvent to. Cncinnati and labor
ad on a railroad. Up to this time,
I was an honest man ; but losing
my position, I became a frequenter
of the *.Buckeye Saloon', and- fell in
with a gang of burglars. They, got
mae 'to drinjcng, and I di paing,
plenty of wealth, as, the. reaulty of
their operations, persuaded me to
join them. I consealted., TIhe first!
job was the robbing; of, the ->&irst'
National Bank of Cincinnati, wvhere
.Wbtained *400.000 in United
Sta ns bonde, and~ $400O0> ino gte.p.
Teway we did it was this. We
b~r~1 abasernent. adjointiug the
S'giving it out' Ahat~vewanjed
t a saloon. In-ton days 'te h ad
.o~jthing in.'eadinesti.and An., tb
ni tol'Feb ~iy8,4006, otit a hole
i o teri t thefbb~nemab
* ( kihaldiligahd A g t
o vayb throughb hmeligat
e he se Ariugla
the bank watchman came ipon us
but I and another of the gang qume
ly bound and gagged im. W
then blow open the sai; The coit,
cussion sEOpped the clock. It wad
half-past:tlhree, a. mi."
- "Wl at tools didyou usp, 1 cirh
ing the holsoa ?" 'asked the reporer
"oderke kstnan det fserejrr
dnswero' the burglimt 'tIlI<fr .o
you how to blow open ny. d Adu
New York without any tvos. iJust
take me to a safe."
There hlappeneid to be afo l
Judgeo Kilbreth's private room,: d
the writer acquainted the magistrate
with the prisoner's proposal. 'rBy
all moai,ns,' said lie, ."lot us learn
'And in a' moment the room wa. r
with p00 tators.
HoW BAFS AI. BLOWN OPEN.
Tho'prisonor knelt boside the safe,
which was locked.
"Look," 'said Le, "at this door.
It fits so tightly that no instrument
can bo introduced in the cracks and
powder cannot be inserted. So far
so good. The burglar," continued
ie, "simply sticks putty all along
the cracks except in two places, one
at the top of the door and one at the
bottom, where he loaves about an
inch of space uncovered by the
putty. At the lower place he puts a
quantity of powder and he sucks
out the air from the upper - plaed
eitherby a suction pump; whielh isa
the better way, ox by, .hi mouth..
The vacuum greated in the safe
draws in the powder thtob h the
small crack beloWy, . Thoe . entir
work does not - oectipf i iidi !taTh
five mhintes. We sp)ont op d
in town but the 'hiei and ry be
caine so ''great we were c6mpelled
to flee after, dividityg thar bdoty :i
was a gronhgrn, ai tpiey gy tas
but tene ":ousandl dollars.
'Odtne. ploit wa boAi-ain .
railroad' tran and th'o*iig bAt e
ex >rOss adife; whieht '*o cawzidaa -
l o in tige.:woods, and J>ew oglen..
tcontaned, only $6,900. Th's 'yQ
gimblecl away, and than I Ad out
fdr St. L-uis, whore a detective di
rested .me. I was tried and conc.
victed at . Cincinnati.,and..igqeiyp4,.
sentence of twenty years in the
ponitentiary-and I richly deserved
it." .
"Did yout 'pals'. try to- get you
Out ?" ,
"Yes, they 'put .up' considerable.
money for lawybrs; but my guilt
was too well proved."
"How did Governor Hayes come
to parden yonu ?'
"Well, I served ton years, and i
had made up my mind from the
first to beat my punishment iik,
a man. I complied with all the
prison ruils and was nmover subjget-1
ed to discblino. I had no friends
in t~o outside world, and the .hri
den told me good behavior did it.
I tried then to get work, png
couldn't ; I had earned $6G' w ile i
prison, and I lived until the p'eWnt'
time on this stim, but three dafa ao
it gave out and I made up my mind
to go back to prison, as I was
starving."
sYMrATHY IN coURT,
Dr. Harris here here interposed
and ask~ed Henson -if hie..vpuid . ycye
an honest life if lie got work.
The ox-convict raised his ey'es'
to h eavon and fervently called God
to witness that he would1
"Then," said the Loctor, "I will
see that you are placed in bonest
emiiploymnent."
Aldermn Morris gave him $2
with which to buy food: anth prom..
isecd to furnish him a suit of : loth..*,
ing at once.
The mnan'- gratitude wvas prof.ona.
He seemed dazed at the kindnds of
thpo about him. It was so differ.
on't fromi that to which he hmad been
accustomedl, and the tears filled his
eyes. Heocould only find utterance
for a "God help you all. You have
made a man of me."
He was temporarily committed to
the Tombs until he can be provided
with employment as promised.
Pianos should be closed when not
in use, in order to prevent the col
lection-of dust, pins, etc., on the
sogna board, and also to preserve .A
the strings and "action" from the l
pias~o snd mihaa xrm
whether pirisipg frots1 (1ih
frqmt of it, .or, hat e, ,worsQt
bright air froin the ftiioeo
.botild be tken to pfeenalIbtIute Pi
'4 ny kin4 dsg lasep~am
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