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T KYEDITION.] WINNSJBORO, S, 0., SA T URDAY MOlINING, JUNE 9, 1877(. [VOI4 1. NO.t4
NEW ADVERIISEMENTS. i
Dellegat cards all styles with name 10 cents
p t paid. J. 1J. IUSTED, ls.au, Renll co.,
Revolver Free ,"lt- "xa'rt
AMLS BROWN $ SoN, 180 and i3S, Wood Stroet
A 1 comic oil chromo, 7x11, mounted,
worth 250., t pk. love cards, I pk.conmio
envo Apes, 1 pack. comic ca d, 1 pack
crl,24 page book JFun, all sent for
on y 5 8et. Sta lps, Novel y Co., iddleboro Mass
BOO 8eo this. Only $1.50 capital required
to start canvassing for MAngM
N W N W iAe-DOOK, Apply,
K.1 l oelm CA NV A SS E RS e
Mast Street, N. Y.
With a Cold is Alwayu Dangoroun,
WELLS' Carbolic Tablets,
a aura remedy for Coughs, and all Dia
eases of the Throat, ungs, Chest and
PUT UP1' ONLY IN ofJLE 1I0gEs.
Sold by all Druggists.
C. N. CIIITTENTON, 7 Slxth Avenue, N, Y.
The Black Hills.
By H1. N. MAota, who has spent 12 years in
this region. I.atest accotunts of Gold and Silver
prospects, Ag ricultural and Grazing resottrees
cllmate, him ting, ishing, Indians, ann Stttlersl
adventures with Thom, iining and wild western
life, the Waterfalls, boiling Geysers, noble
scenery imnense gorges, etc. With 27 title
illustrations, and one map. Price only 10 cents.
Sold by all newsdealers, or sent post- paid for
2 cents by IDoNNEL.LY, Love & Co., Publishers,
.1.I p 'IPiOflrftak tao i thar st
Env iopo,. P'uig,1, rnnhuld,Icr knit.
ca, N,,, Kul of Etkgeat Gull t ln,
Stoevo utton,, Lents 1uko nJrgo r n, ln, jute.
thyaetto~ltug Inlaid with goldi, Angethyat 5ituoiart
L adps' ' n it t u i. F
Pin and nmpi. (bol piatoO lemr lt.ttn,, Ijen'.' O. "l'l -1
rhrooil rplate.t ite. rhe
EataeE Let R~ ~'(.Ips/eO
/'DucCRMRNT rsTo AmJ. rs7
/. DRIDE, Oiltopn Placo, Now Yor
for 511. The Eureka Jew
elry easketcontatins I pall
- gold.platat engraved
sleeve buttons, I set (3) spiral Shirt studs 1
Oeuts' Im. coral pin, 1 improved sha >o collar
stud, one Gents line link watch ehal l, and I
Ladies' heavy wedding ring; price of I casket
complete, 60 cents' three for $1.20: six for $2 and
12 for $3.60, all sent postpaid ly mail. Six dozen
.and a solid silver wateI for $20. A gents can
gnake money selling these askets. Men 5t0 Ct.
fur kanleuio 1ru Catalogue. We have aiti kinds
W. COLES R CO, 755 Broadway, N. Y. City.
CV We are t4e '-Orginals" in this business,
fnd have no "Milton Gold" or 'brass" jewelry.
"This .Jewelry Casket is rinarkably attrac
tfve, and COiEK C,, #ro reliable dealers."
SECOND GRAND DRAWING
Kentucky Cash Distribution Co.
Louisville, Ky., June 30th, 1877,
$310,000 CASH 1 N 017 T S
NEW ORGANIZATION, NEW SCHEME, NEW
WARMERSAND DOVRES $3AWK,
LouIsvIlle Iiy., Treas.
THEl Kentucky Cash Distribution Co., altlhor
Sized by a Special Act of the Legishi'tumt for
the bene lt of ,he PVDLJc SCiI0Ls Or FnIANKFOnT,
ThoeSecond of the Series of Grand
Drawings in the City of Louis.
ilile, Ky.,Saturday, June 300,b1877,
AT IUBLIC LIBRARY HALI,,
$60,000 for only ton.
Read thle List of iftg.
1 Grand Oa.lt Gin, $60,000
I Grand Cs J...,......,,........ 0o
100an Ca G tt, $5,00 e a....1,0
20 Cash 0 It., $100 each.......2,0
6972 Cash Qifts amiounting tM $31000
Whole Tiokats $10, Halves$35,Quarter$2,50,
il Ticket. 6100, 331-2 Tiokets $300, 563.4
Drawing Positively Junie BOh, 1877.
And Every Thbreoe, Months Th,.te fter
-*The present anagenent om >ha (cally
notify tho puablic that thoroe will'be o
post tonement 9fthI daWipgi ha is
positively aol 4ac f l tbt iwil
on the dlate na ~ ie 10
This, the Sep ain , will be eeni
ducteud like the . to t le fair~nosw of
whioh tihe followhiaggy1ogg gentlanten
lion. Alvi Duvll ent lto Chief JTustice Suipremo
James r(4. ltidey, ohtaliinan Board of Schoo
ratGreen, Cashier Farers' Thank of Ky
On.,8. 1- M. Majo r, Pub~ P'rlnter Stato o Ky.
TIne aN of Kdarosidtent, of the Far
lion. Thon as 0. Jones, Clerk of Sup. Court of Ky.
Jndi It . Tho1 n, Presiding Judge Frank
Japles G. Cs 0olkett, lork Xkranklin county court.
Drf. P. (.Ore or Iegted Letter, made
Tickets paid promptly auia withlout dia.
Reliable Arfenta wanted,
abild baddre s d rdf for ttckete
0- WBAII ROW& CO.,
Courier Journal Du ing, L~ouisvillo, Ky,
(G. y''''' '*i m --.t the
Naw 4i> r~ O mea
Daily, Tri-Weekly and Weekly
COLUMBIA, S. C,
2IOYT, EMLYN_& oDANIEL,
JAMES A. HOYT, Editor.
1 inE DAIILY FlsoIsrn contains the latest
news of the day, all commercial,
political and other matter sent by tele
graph, full looni reports, editorials upon
all current topics, and Grange and Agri
Tur Tax -WEEKLY ItT.ISTED is issued
every Tuesday, Thursday and Ssturday
morning, and containsall tle news of two
da 's in one issue.
fnE %V EEKI,Y REOISTmn is an eight ppge
pap or, containing forty.eight columns,
em bracing the cream of the news of each
THE REOIsTFn is now the organ of the
state Grange, and all matters of interest
to the Patrons of Husbandry mill be
treaited in their approl>riate department.
The Agricultural and G range articles will
appear in each of our publications-Daily,
Tri-Weekly and Weekly.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One Year, $7 00
Six Months, 3 50
Three Months, 1 75
TRI WJEK:RLV REGIBTER,
One Year, 5 00
Six Months, 2 50
Three Months, 1 25
One Year, 2 00
Six Months, I 00
Three Month., 50
urrali for HaMpton!
GRAND SPRING OPENING,
Diy Goods, Fancy Goods, an'd
Of a beautiful aid full line of latest
novelties in Spring and Sutnner
Millinery and Fancy Goods, consisting in
part of:tadies', Misses' and Children's
trimmed Hats, Flowers, 1tIlbons, Silks,
A large lot of Ladies' Collarettes,Flhus
and other faney articles. Inspection of
the Ladies and public generally solicited.
We will endeavor to please the most fas
tidious. All wa ask is that you call, and
see for yourselves, and givo us a trial,
New Spring Prints. Centennial.tripes,
Dress Goods,White Goods,Dress Improv,
ers, Corsets :Hosiery, Gloves, Notions,
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, &c.
Agent for Butterick's reliable paper
patterns. I"dies', Alissen' and Children's
new patterns in store.
Just flled up with fre hi Groceries, Con
feotionaries and overything usually found
in a first class house of the kind.
A lot of Furniture, Laths, Shingles, &c,
Lumber low for Cash,
You can find all you want by calling
IThavej just received seome very fine old
.Corn Whiskey, Poach and A pple Bran
dy', 'from Stone Mountain, Georgia, and
Lincoln county, Virginia, and various
other grades of lWestern Rye Whiskeys,
North Carolina Corn and Rye Whiskeys,
DomnestIe apd Imported Wines and
A largo stock of bottled goods, eonsist,
i ng of Chiampagne, Lager Beeri, for
family use, Ales, Porters, Boda Water &e.
One barrel fresh Newark Cider on draught.
Cool drinks of all descriptions.. Tobacco,
--AT OUR HOUSE.
J, D. M~cCAR LEY,
may 3 Proprietor.
Phiotigraphs ! Photographs !
G EAT reduction in rriees at the new
Photograph Gallery In rear of PMorris'
Hoteli I am nwready for bsness in my
new and splendidly arranged Gallery and
at the following reduced rates;
Cabinets per dozen, $5.00;*
"'" half dozen, 8,50,
OAiude " denen 0.00,
"6 b.alf dozen., 2.00,
Feridotypes, 3 for $1 00.
Single one 5i) ets.
Obildren, 6avortablg 50.
. may oA. A. ,MORRISt
Emperor William Cabbage,
rfHE best, largest, hardiest and most
1 profitable variety of wINTEII CADDAOn
known in Europo, and imported to thiN
country exclusively by the undprsignedt,
whore, with tittle cultivation, it flour
ishes astonishingly, attaining anl enor
mous size, and selling in the rmarket at
prices most gratifying to the producer,
In transplanting, groat care should be
rued to give sufficient space for growth.
Solid heads the sizo of the mouth of a flour
barrel, is the average run of this choice
variety. One package of the seed sent
post paid on receipt of 50 cents, and one
3 pent postage stamip. Three packages to
one address $1 00 and two 3 cent stamps,
Twelvo packages sent on receipt of $3 00.
*i Read what a well kniown flarrr%
Co. Marylander says of tho mapuncn Wir.
BLooajNo'PON, GannET Co.,
Md., Jan. 22, 1877.
Mn. JAMES CAMPBEIJ,, 60 Fulton St. N. Y.
DearSir:-I boughtsome seed from you
last spring, and it was good. Your Em
peror William Cabbago suits this cljimate
well. On a mountain side the seed you
sant me produced Cabbages weighing
thirty pounds each.
.B- I am Sole Agent in the U. 5, for
Maidstone Onion Seed.
from Maidstone, Kent Co., England, pro
ducing the most producing the ruosi
prolific and finest flavored Onions known
and yielding on suitable soils front 600 to
900 bushels per acre, sown in drills.
Mr. Henry Colvin, a large mnarket garden
or at Syracuse, N. Y., writes, "Your
English Onion Seed surprised me by its
largo yield, and the delicious flavor of the
fruit. I could hi've sold any quantity it.
this market at good prices. My wife says
she will have no other onions for the table
in future. Send me as much no you can
for the onolosed $5.00."
One package of seed sont on receipt
of 50 cents and one 3 cent postage stamp,
three packages to one addross $1 001, and
two 3 cent stamps. Twelve packages sent
on receipt of 63 00.
My supply is limited. Parties desiring
to secure either of the above yaro seeds,
should not delay their orders All seed
WARRANTED FRESH AND T, OERMAINATE.
Cash must accompany all orders. For
either of the above seeds, address
mar 1-xtan 66 Fulton St., N, Y,
THE BALL STILL ROLLS ON
Mccreery & Brother
COLUMBIA, tS. 0,
T I-E success attending the diuposal of
our MAGNAFICENT sToug, whieh we pu
upon the market early this season at such
low figures, convinces ius iiht the public
appreciate our efforts to supply them with
the newest and most stylish goods.
Huying as we do from the first hands
and for cAsu!, enable .sus to offer
BUPEgrioIO I1W UOEMENTS.
We are now receiving a new and elegant
' SPRING AND BUMME~R
which will be sold at tho sanmo low ruling
popular prices. We expect to do a rltvE
PUsHING BU5XNE5s, and bargains will be
"A word to the wise is sufficient."
ifr Samples sent on 'application and
expreasage paid on hills over $10.
MeCREERIY & BROTHEJI,
Grand Central Diy Goo ds Establishment.
T. A. McCnEEnY. 71. tI. McCCiEERY.
B. A. ltAwr~s. WM, HonmiAi.
JUS T R EOBEIV ED.
A.finelet of Cabbages,.whteh wiltlb.
sold low for cash,
Bananas, of the finest kindi, which egan.
not fall to be tempting C all and get
A new l6t of grooeries in great varie w
which are ofrerecd at mny usual 10'
Bguiosa. Call ang see.
mar 22-ar .A MES Ia ATiCdART.
The Muddle With Mexico.
The administration at Washington
has ordered General Ord, command
ing the district of Texas, to prevent
the incursions into that State of
Mexican outlaws and cattle thieves ;
and has authorized him if necessary
to pursue them over into Mexican
soil. The Washington correspond,
ont of the New York IHerld says I
This action of the Cabinet is re,
garded by nervous people as a war
like manifesto which is destined to
embroil us in a quarrel with the
Mexican government, and the
abundant presence here just now of
the seventeen year locust with a
"W" on its wings is taken to be a
prophetic sign of the coming trou"
It happens, however, that just,
seventeen years ago we had precisely
the same trouble with Mexico, name
ly-during the year 186O, when our
cavalry, under Captain (since Gen
eral) Stoneman, pursued Cortina's
robbers twice across the Rio
Grande. This violation of the
border was committed in pursuance
of an order from the War Depart
ment at Washington directed to
Colonel Robert E. Lee, command
ing the department of Texas, com,
manding him to use the most vigor
ous measures for the capture of
Cortina, and, if necessary, to pursue
him beyond the limits of the United
States, A correspondence with the
Mexican authorities sprang up in
consequence, which was conducted
on our part by Major, since General,
Heintzelman, who was in command
at Brownsville, opposite Matamoras.
He quoted from Yattel's Law of
Nations to justify the exploit of
Stoneman, and the Mexicans were
silenoed by the argiumont; at leapt
they never proceeded any further
with the protest which was ths
answered by General Ieintzelman,
and as the secession of South Caro-.
line 0oon after gave the United States
government other matters to look
to, the Rio Grande question faded
out of our national policy until
long after the close of our civil war
and until the same Cortina, who
never dies and will not resign, re,
vives it by his own and his confeder
ates' incursions into Texas.
FEARS OF nTAMATION.
It is fearod that if Gei ral Ord
carries out his orders literally and
pursues any marauding bands
across the river into Mexico and
attempts to punish them there, their
countrymen will rally to their sup
port and if defeated will in retalia
tion rob and murder such American
settlers as may be within their
This view of the situation was
brought to the attention of Secre
tary Seward to-day by an Ameri
can who resides in Chihuahua, but
ho was assured that the adminis
tration would exhaust the powers of
the government if neepssary to give
protection to the livpe and'property
of Americans resident ini Mexico.
There are many hundreds of Ameri
eans scattered throughout the Mexi
can States near the Tio Grande, and
to protect them from robbery and
murder by the Mexican bandits
when infuriated, as the latter will be
by the entry of General Ord's
troopers upon Mexican soil, will
demand something like the stern
measures Russia is now taking with
the bashi-bazonks, between whom
and the Mexioan border thieves
there are many points of similarity.
Juanos Naven Sisrs.-Governor
Vance has pardoned a man named
James Patton Wilson, convicted of
manslaughter twenty-three years
ago, When Wilson wvas but sixteen
years old, he becamie engaged in an
altercation with a bosom friend, and
in thes heat of paioin slew himi.
He tied to the WVest., The war comn
ing on, he Aerved with gallantry
during its entire course. A few
mnontjis since, the desire for hos
seizeod him so strongly that he re
turnod to his native county, and gave
himself up to the authorities. The
only two witnesses of the deed were
dead;i and on the prisoner's own
evidence he was found guilty of
manslaughter, and sentenced to five
years in the penitentiary. A peti..
tion for his pardon was general
ly signed, and Governor Vane
A New York letter say a: "The
rise in cotton is attrijbuted' to iag
clearabees henep during
past three 4eeks1 hich have eaup '
a gt'tdual receding af the stook on
hand untillt ia now haielo the fienta
Judge Carpenter's S\\coessor.
A successor to Judge Carpenter
will ho elected at the rogiular meet
ing of the Qenerol Assembly next,
winter, if not at the present session.
The Qpinion of the Attorney.General
is conclusive, and it cannot be
doubted that the term for which
Judge Carpenter was originally
elected as expired, and that the
protojndod re-election in December,
1875, vas invalid. There is no im
propriety, therefore, in suggesting
the name of a certain candidate who
will wear the ermine with entire
satisfaction to the State. Senator
lMeetao has boon named as a candi
date ; so has Judge liacoa, of Co~
lumbia ; but neither of these gentle,
men, other things being equal, has
the claim upon the General Assem%
bly that Gen, J. D. Kershaw has.
The oapacity and the integrity of
the other gentlemen who have been
suggested is unquestionable. But
General Kershaw has something
more than capacity and integrity,
General Kershaw has a public re
cord, in war and in peace, unstir
passed in its devotion and solf'
acrifice, It is time that the State
chow her appreciation of the service
le has rendered the people. oith
Carolina, during the bloody ye rgs of
the struggle between the North and
bho South, had no more trusty
oldior than J, B. Kershaw. As
Colonel, as Brigadier and as Major
aeneral he was as true as steel, and
is honor was as bright as big stain,
less sword. Since the war, when
3vor the State called upon h.'r soils,
3eneral Kershaw was among the
rst to respond. In conventions, on
,,he stump, as a candidate, with
lefeat expected and almost inovita
ale, he choerfully accepted overy
Iuty imposed upon him, siaorificing,
vithout a mnurmuur, ease, oomfort
mnd feeling. Are not theose things
.o be counted now? Is the ardnous
abor of campaigns that ended in
lefeat to be overlooked beoanse, at
ast, victory perches on our stand,
The Qeneral Assembly cannot
afford to ignore those who alwaya
remembered South Carolina. Ramp
on is governor, Butler is donator,
Conner and Hagood are State offl
ers ! Iershaw is their equal in
)atriotism and gallantry, their equal
n fidelity and liberality. Is he to
)e passed by ?
Whatever is to be done, in recog,
iition of the services of General
Kershaw, should be done quickly,
The younger men can afford to wait,
For a judicial position General
Kershaw is qualified, by his long
practice at the bar and thorv.ugh
legal training. The memories of
the most trying days in our history
Plead for him. There is everything
in his favor, and nothing against
IiIm-unless it be a diaqualioation
that he won high rank in the Cone
iederate army, and deserved what
in won ; or unless it be a disqualifib
sation that his views in publi life
savo always been generous and pro.
gressive. To that passe however, we
ave not, and shall not, coma I,
News and Courier, Ath inet.
4THER RoUGH ON .BUTLE.--In
.referenco to the situation in Louisi-,
mia, Pen Biitler has written a letter
so Marshal Vitkin, of tha~t State,
sharging that bribery was resorted
~o by the adherents of then Nicholls
governmnent in order to insure suo,
less. and that Mr. Wayne McVpagh
va mainly instrumental in dis
-,ributing thn aforesaid bribes-,
ilacing thorn where they would do
~he most good,
To this mild insinuation McoVeage
~eplios. After denouneing the main
statements of Blutler's letter a base
mnd cowardly falsehoods, he closes
with the sentenos; "I had no money
f my own to spare, and it is only a
military commsandant at Now Or-'
leans, in time of war, who can safel?
ippropriate any considbrable qulanu
bty of tbe poperty of others to his
The wonen voted in Degver,
O9)otado; three hnundred and twenty
three votes; The mnairied women~
alnost invariably gave their line
band's initials, anid one of them
wanted4 to vote (or her hpzslpsn4
"who cbuldn't cosne,"' slhe said.
Only onie vote was ohellangAd--,tha
of a young miss of eighteen, Mvlo
kn~ew she was old enoug~hto marrys
ad hogght se wa old enough to.
vote.-Newt Yonk Eepr~ess.
In3 Voting on the selection of the
plagee of the next mesting, tho Gent.
ersi Assembly of the Presbyterian
Church South voted 90 for JRnoz
viiie, 28 for Charlotte, 8 for S6,
Loulis. and 8 for Wilminattoi.