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JRI-WEEKLY EDITION.] WINNSBORO, S. G., T3JllSI)AY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1877
N EIV A1)Vl'ELi'1ISEM~EN'V8S.
r e v o l ve"- - "- - . - S_- - - -i 'e t n S h o t. Rl e v o l v e r
1C011114 oil e111.011o, 7x1 1, Ittr,".Ilt ml,
\ toI( 1V25c41 I 1),love cams, t' kaoi
ClIe'eI s 1 pack. couirt( c3) (Is, I par1k
HA co~ a: le
only G 3c.sil11,,NvlyC. lIde~c'
13OOKI Se this. On 1 .5 t4i atnI reqIie
watsa t~o0' tatcavas, VASSE ARKa
AV 1tilX. l1op.ve ll] ~ A
Eanst Street,I.N Y
With a Cc~ld is Alwatys aleo
WVELS' Car'boie T1ablets,
I suro remedy for Coughts, rodi all IDis
eli:(lt of the Th'lroat~, Lungs, 'Chest and
Moour us M~ embritno.
PUT UP ONLY %NBLUE~ JOXFi.
Scijd by all D)ruggists.
C. N. (JIuTT;N'roN, 7 Sixth A 'eftue, N. Y.
The Black HUis.
BJ IT. N. MAIIIII, i~1 ltiihs spentl 12 yost':s ItI
il ltegion. at est'koutllns of (,41ail ndl[ ti(I
1Wr.l.erI'tss Agitlcl"t ls slu (3rszllg ICS()l ci's,
life, tihe \\Vater1"lls, . builling ( ysers, nothl
sIcery, lmnieiise .forges, etc. "111111 27 llhL,
Sllxl Y ll eiil" 1111).' Prci ol oX cents.
2 ('ants b}" I)os~ri.v, lovo &;Cj., Pul isht i's,
htii'igo, Ill1noIs. -
1'1110 Tp Top Vflckaei~ It theo tar est
,, ~ E 1 8 L'ols N iti READ AN
T I116 18 fe uu ltr
F~nvlopa, 'V10 .'eu h"1hr. (Ill.
slum uovo .cn. I:k (lbargo Dimn ,lii, .t
lhv"stti .n)liiuginlalIid "li gold, Anie~ltha, $ eamr
rig. ( ltliplnlcd Wr'ddliig ltlng, Set Itoaolnd i:,1 ro vp
d,,,do' FI wrord 111, Silvered Iln Willt. Ladtles' Imiryr Set
]li and Uitr,~, tlol..pl~lo Collr 11t01m1. (:oo'i (O Il i lnt
oid W1'll, C ltil and Set of
of o nlfs"'1i~ 50ME
INDUCEMENTS TO (A r1.i
'." , BRIDE, Clinton Place, New Vor:
M ELD -"fur all. Thew Elrks jow
$1leeVl1 1)111 btois, I s~ t"(:1) siral shirt studs, 1
4wiis' lilt. coral pi)l" 1 lntlprIv(( 811.1 p, .101181l'
511411, onhe (,ruhts fine 1111k Watchlta hi 1, 51311 I
Ladlles' heavy w1edd ill', rinhg; Ilre of 11 casket
('Iilll , 511 centIs; (II Vce for; $1.2.5; ix for $2 :loil
12 1()' $l.5lI, J1l1 sent1 POsItll" 1wt I y ntl. SixZ dozen1
loin1 ll.Xtdi, silver 1'AI lil forI $2o1. .\i.eti ran I
1113-11oe Il~iyselling these caskets. Seltl 5ul il 5.
for s.ld ) 111(1an talhglie. We have 1il1 kinds
or Jerwelr a t lo~w pime s.
W. tol*S i.. 7:i 111011 sl~y, N. Y. ('11;1.
C) " Wem 111' the "'( lt ginItilk" InI tiIs lteli'ss,
and( hit' no Mllton (101(1" or "blra'ss" 'l.
I 1liii tewely ]'an "ts 1.is rell'.I kii't.t ll ilt.
'Boston (Ahba' " . .
jut (?c 1 "l",
,S ILCO\ I) CAJ$.t.Ct) )E1A,W i N(r
Itelltu('k (',Isle Dis'ttibltio3i Co.
L~out yle, Ky., tluno 30th, )k.77.
t$310,000 C A S IN GI F T S
N1:\' OIt(IANIZA'L'LON, NEW~ SC11EMI, \1.11
P'AR?, ERS AND 1?)tQV ERS 13, .NK,
.T1I( Kr 1lucky Cash 1)Istlrlhnul (11 Co., thlor'
Iz I/I by a sit'laII Act 'If thle lAtgi lsliile forl
flu. Ill1hIt I f ;h'e P 0111MI, 8i.1100L5 OFt' l'iANKF~'l'T,
will ha' o ( . 1 1 1 .
N1he ii~d of the Series of Granid
1)r'awi,ngs yin A(,~ City oft jolIjs
11 7 ' (la( t'ill 'r .I 5,t 211. 11
t)llitidig t $ tgi15,1
Daily, Tri-Weikly and Weekly
COLUlgBIA, S. C.
1 pYT, EMLN _& McDANIEL,
JAMES A. HOYT, Editor.
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every Tuesday, Thursday and Ssturday
tuern ing, and contains all the news of two
dasin ono isstIb.
S'Tu 11 Ecax.x Rhs-rmn is an eight page
pal er, eontaini forty-eight columns,
em bracing the creamu of the news of each
* T.uE RI:(iIsTEnt5 is ow the organ of it
Ftate (range, and all miaIters of iii re;t
to the Patrons of 1hus il.ndry will be
trealed in their approprihle deplrtmzient.
The 'Agrieultural and (ra :ge article- will
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TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One 1ear, $7 01)
Six Months, 3 i0
'Three Months, 1 75
rTI WEi f LY RE1GISTrER.
One Year, 5 00
Six Mont hs, 2 50
Three Months, 1 2,
One Year, 2(60
Six Months, I III
Three Months 50l
.nyh cc G -lzt fi'~ -I
NIEW GOODs !
NEW GOODS 11
have just reccived a etocK of
SPRING AND SIMMER
priyts of the best brands at 81 cents.
.4f Cambrics at 10 cenib *:
C('ntennial Stripes at 124 cents.
A. full Stock of Shirtings, Shectings and
Drilling at low figures.
CLOTHING ! CLOTHING!!
ie have just received a large and cenm
plete stock of Spring and Shiumer C!oth
thing which we will sell as b'heap as any
NIATS! HATS!! HATS!!
Ge: Is' and Yon 'hs' Felt and Straw iats of
all' 'nd.s and a.(1 . any prieb.
CA 3SIMERIinS ! CASSIMERES !
WeT have just received a fn1B stock of'Cassi
miersul from tho (Charlottedlle Millk.
Tweeds, Cottonades, Jeans, eto.
J-. F. M~claster & Co
To-lay the eamnpaign's fairly closed,
The lucky'inan is he
WVho takes his sent on the 4th of Marp
dur' President he'll be
And now the (ext best thing
JTust suited tp our mind,
Is wvhere to get~ the chieaplest OOds
'The b)est of' goods to find.
My friends and I went out on eiday,
Sonmo New Sprinig (NOOds to huy
And we resolved,beforo wec went,
Tfhe differen't stores to try.
WVo wandered Winnsboro all around
Until our foot wvere scre,
And found the very p~lace, at last,
T'was SOL WOL'FE'S Nowv Cash Store.
Of Hats, Clothing and Boots and Shoes,
'itoe latest to 'our view
The ve'ry bost yles of Dress Goods,
Ai rints so' ohoap - n now.
So then, my good friends, one and all,
iqowis youL hno to Itry
What Bargains'you can get of mo
Or, you teed not buy of SOL,
feh 17 "" '' - -- --
Emperor William Cabbage.
J "U]", best, largest, hardiest and n:,::.:it
. rofitable variety of -.*1I':i*r:n i e ai nji
knowr1 in Europe, and i1liortedl to this
country exclusively by the nliiersigned,
where, with little cultiv Aion, it olour
ishes astonislingly, attail Ilng an enor
-mons size, and solling in 'the market lt
prices muost gratifying to the proditeer.
In transplanting, great carel shotld be
used to give tullicient space for growth.
;olid heals the size ofthe moitth of a flour
barrel, is the average rune of this choice
7ariety. Cro package of the seed sent
jost paid on receipt of 50 cents, and one
3 cent postage stamp. Three packages tc
hne address SI (0 and two 3 ecent. i lulinip s;
Twelve paekagi . sent on receipt of $3 00.
7la'- head what a well known airr e(ntt
Co. Marylatnder says of tl.i Lar et:ioln \Vir.
.IAM Cahbaige: '
13o.oOMixITON, ('ri 1:T Co.
Md.', Jon. 22, 1877.
Min. JAn.s CArrmP:T,, 6P1F ulion St. N. Y.
S)etr Sir: I bought sdmue seedt i i oi- von
lust s.pring, andi it wvas good . Vlonr l'im.
l ror Williai Cabnige suils this e liiuate
wll. On i tuotutain sidi th sIed you
senl mnd produced Cabbages wieigliin g
thirty poilnds each.
Very tr'lly yours,
.7 i am1 Solo Agent in the U. S. for
Maidstone Onion Seed.
from Maidstone. Kent Co., Ezngla 'd, pro,
du(cing Ilhe most produci 'ig ()h'- Roost
proliile and Iinmest'flavored Onion: k niownt
iild yielirii on suitabl e .ils f1/u NtJ8) to
;111) lushls peir aerie, swi i'. drills.
Mr. llnry Colvin, a large ntrkel s ilie
r at. Syratcuse, N. V , riiI, "Your
j'nailish Onion Sied surprised 1, . by its
lrg yield. aid the d, liiolus iavoi of tll
&uit. I culd h:tei sold any <p nit v ir.
flis market at good pr'ces. My wilt'says
she will have no other hnions f 1 the tlile
in fittture. Mend Rite its inh t1 y S iou ealn
for the enc losed $5.100."
O ie p kage of seed sent n recei pt
of 5A ceils and onio ' eent postage 'p,
three. pac'kages to eo address 1 001' andtl
two 3 cent stamps. Twelve pali 1'c,. sent
oi reCVLpt of $3 OiW
My supply is liir,iled. Parties d':.ring
to secure either of the above rIe. 'steds,
should inot delay their orders ( ill sheld
wALIIAN'n.\N :) FRtsi'. AND 'T) li:iMIN.t';j'.
('ash 1must accom:planly all ord -rs. For
either of the lbovC .seeds, add res:
itar 1 G x lint Gti Fulton S , N. Y
\INNS)IOR), S. C.
''HE undersigned re
spef 1f'lly anntouinn.es to the
citizens of Fairicl ti flint hIe
hs r' iied lhis )(oIat, and
Siit Mah1nfac tory to one door below Mr.
(. iuller's. I at ptepare'd to ulinut lure
'ill styleIs of work in1 at su1bst:-.hltial and
,rkmanlike antlner, out of the Very best
Materials, 111 at prir's fully its :1'w as tie
same goods caIt be m1anu1 factut rid- for at the
North or -lsewliere. 1 keep co('tuly111 on
hand11 ln oo Stock of1 Soile andI~ Uppeirc
Leathier, flhoe Finidings &c., whichl will be0
soltd lit. i-easonale la'ices. -IRepir iig
pr1omtity attenidedl . Te'rmisstaictl y (Cash.
.7-1 -Dried Hide. bought.'
oct 12 J1. CLEND)INING.
A all1 stock of i, n and F.1tcy ( ro..
cerie ,wh ich will be Acldt at, ic .'..s prie1o0
for tin Cash.
A fini~ stock of liquors, such au
W~JNES in great vagioL..y,
Thi .patronage~ of thte putblic s solici
feb 10- -
1 EunJ~lersigneld informls the citizens
of Wnn~oroAndthe county geinehdtly,
that lhe hitis opened a Tailor ing iustabihisht
'ment in tho 'store noxt to Mr. JT. CJlerdin
-ing's. He is preparedI to do all 'kinds~ of
wvork in1 hill Iinc at lhui't. not-ito ai oi n
reasonlzblo terns. A fulll hle of samphRis0
kept constal~y ont hand, from which
c ustomRn may ma1114( select ions. fIpCeial
attenution given to C;UTT~1ING.
folb24*txam W. (4. ROUHE,
TIlE WAY AT WEST POINT.
(CLO IXl; EX E I.'.: S ti ' T T'il' NA
T UNA1, Al.lll'.M
A Brilliant Scono -The Colorod Cadet
Practico and Precopt--A Brillian
Drill Ruminisconcew--Cadets in i
((iresinelemcc N em toria: Jcralld.
WE:sT PoINr, N. Y., Juno 5, 1877
Everything h're is now full o:
life and gaiety. Tho hotels arc
filled with guests, many of then
being relations or friends of th<
cadets, comoie to witi.ess tho annua
examlliliati(ns and bear off with them
the happy cadets who shall gradu
ate. Walks, talks, drives, rides, re.
views, flirtation and general jollifica
tion within fhi limits of becoinii4
mirth are l 'o'order of the day. Th(
weather C'.niinies charming. anl
there is n,ling to mar the pleasu'c
of the occasion.
TilE COLORED CA DET.
Flipper, the colored cadet fron
South Carolina, was up this after.
noon and acquitted hims elf renarka
b)ly well. Some time since ho wai
recommended for a higher grad<
than the one ho holds, and hisi per
formlance to-day gained him a stil
higher standing in the class.
PRACTICE AND PRECEPT.
"I propose," said the Rev. :,r
Rlichardson at the meeting of th<1
Board this afternoon, "to have ap
pointed an additional committee
whose d'ity it shall bo to investigatt
the condition of the cadets ; to sec
whether they use tobacco or any.
thing of that kind," and thlerpvercm
nentlemaln knocked -the ashes fron
one end o'f his cigar. and peered at th<
other august membiers through th<
clouds of cmoke which onc and al
were busily engaged in pulling. .
smile illuminated the faes of the
gentlemen, but no objcetion vaia
made, and the coinlitteo was ap
poited, to consist of Mr. Richard
son himself 'aind Colonel McCalmont
of Pennsyl ania.
Ion01T ARtl'TIR 1)1'L..
H'Iun1red" of visitors from adja
cent towns were attracted to th
Point this evening by tIhC'inlotunc
1111t that the light artillery dril
would be held. This is considerCt
One of the mlot t beautiful 'of militir'
exhibitions, ail it Was cei lucteCd i
Colonel Alexander Pipe'i dalslii~t
style. Six rifled gums of ' three incl
bore were manipulated' a'lh by 1
section of tell cadets. Four spirit
ed horses were attached to cacl
gun and ca.h caisson. A.t a signa
g1'ol the bugle time cadets spran
upon their' ''pices, and' 'those wi
icted as oflicers leaped to thei1
siddles a' nimbly as circus riders
Another Blast, and the guidon, ' of
stan'dardl bearer, 'rodo to [hie end o
the line at a gallop and took hi:
place at; the hea. 1 of the edulmn ilt<
which the battery fornmed in
twinikliwng. Wh len half the paramb
ground was skirted ill that wt'
another call upon the lbuglo senl
them '>ff at a lively trot in platoon~s
The entire (1rill was gone thirougl
without aL sinle mishap. or acdn
much(11 to the xvonder of 'the uninitiat
ed, at lqast, for in the expouitioni of th<
various mfov(eents, whcoeling righi
and loft, limbering and~ unlimbering
and firing, hiere, there and every
wvhero, i$Ah the rapidity' of lighiting~
tihe cadets seemed to become reck
less ill thleir enlthulsiasmf and leaph)C
off and on tile car'riages while goint
at a gallop. The 'rajgidity *~ith
which tile pieces woere discharget
excited tile admirationi of ever'
Splen011didl splendid !" exclaimnen
General M~axoy as thd battor'y too]
ground to thlo rear, turned the mnuz
zles of tile guns iln Oho directior
after another mtnd fired1 flke a flasha.
"Ah," 1h0 added, "I hlave seon that
kind of drill under very diff'qroni
"So hxavd' I," replied B~ishoi:
Quintard, whol stood by Ihis sido
"I saw somoe' pretty hot work o;
thait kind at tile battle of Perry
THlE swORD FOR THII, COS8.
"And talking of that reminds m<
of at curious circuinstanco at thi
balttlo. I stood Upon at mound 'be.
twoonu tihe Conifederastoartiliery, undloi
commiland of 'Captini Willitium'W
Cairnos, on my right, and theo Union
guns5 commlandedl by Colonel Charile,
(I. Parsons on my left. Afterward
whlen I became bishop of Tonnmesseo
the first peorson I confirmed was
Captain Cairnos, and ' I ordainod
Colon ol Parsons, who gavo up the,
military life, as a priest of tho'
Tho committee on Commissariat
and Mess reported to-night that
they had inspected theso depart-,
ments and found everything deserv .
ing of high praise. As already
stated in the iheald, the quality of
the food and supplies has veiy much
improved under the managembnt of.
Lieutenant Mills, and their cost has
been materially reduced. -
The laundry interested tho com
mitted very much. It is filled' 'up
with stoam pitliparatus manipulated
by liirbd men and women. The cost
of washing a pair of heavy gray
cloth trousers is only three cents,
and but two cents is charged for
washing and ironing a pair of the
white linen trousers worn by cadets,
while a shirt is laundried for ouo
F"INAN CIAI, 'IIOSPECTs.
Many of the graduating cadets
were troubled about their financial'
prospects. Congress not' having
passed the Army Appropriation bill
they will get no pay while oft' onl
furlough after graduating, and as
some of them are not burdened with
this world's goods they do not know
what they shall do. There probably
never will be a time in their lives
when they will need money so much
as they do at present, because they
are for the most - part -without
civilian clot hing, without trunks or
any of tI' - thousand and ond 'things
that a nihn in ordinary life needs.
To supply a graduate with an outfit
would require at least $500, and the
greatest sum which one can save
from his pay during the four years
of his training is loss than $200.
What is a poor cadet to do ?
Tho Colorado Shepherd.
XcmN Orlcaws '1nies.
It is too good to be true, that
story about Bon Butler's going to
Colorado to turn shephdrd. It can
not be that Bon is about to encase
hi, noble paunch 'in a berger's 'vest
and checkerboard his bulging calves'
in ribbons of many colors. Ben has
always got his living by hook or by
crook, but novir by the shepherd's
crook ; and tlough ho has often
piod all hands to quarters, lie never
(lid and never can pipe Phyllis to
the garden gate beneath the twink
ling stars. The spooning that' Benl
has done was not of that kind the
poet sang who loved to
sport with Amaryllis in the
And with the tangles ofNira's hair-"
His spoons were of another and a
W should like to see Ben in rogu
latioi Corydon togs ; like to so hini
with pointedhiat and silken stomach,
and varieated logs, shutting his bad
e yo over a primitive flute and trilling
soft, plaintigf serenades by night.
Everybody would like to kniow that
Ben was engaged ini amorous and
enervating pursuits,' and that the
One-yed Bully of the Capitol was
metamorphosed into the Fl1abby
Fluter of the Vald. How comfort
ing to feel that never again should
that strident voico make echo in the
halls of state, but that hienc'oforth
it was turned to nbtes of swan--lhiko
swooetness at his Phyllis' ' eaves I
And then how like a gehtle dowv from
hohiven the thought that, peradvent
ur, tirin somel soft and stilly night;
wheni all the wvorld was wrappyed in
sleep and only the earwvig and galli%
nipper roamed, a band 'of -stealthy
Ii ed men might- slip) uy on JVenjammn
~vhore be snored of peace and mnno
~iecnce ahd childhood's happyp hour,
I hand disembowel Benjai4f beneath
the silver moon I
Alas!I this is but a wvierd and fleet..
ing vision-someo'rkro and beautiful
figment of4 abrain surcharged with
6arly vgdetables. It hath a straw..
berry marh, and we do know it for
a1 rank fantasy. .Inven While y.o rave
aind bablo of green fields, tifo' stal"a
wart ]Denjamin is girding'tip'"his
loins anfl sharpening his l~athlo axe
and bollowving to squires and' hbnch
men to lead forth tho faming "barb,
a'abraddjo which lie will presently
bear doivn upoil the quaking'* Whito
'Go to I Our Blen'jamin will herd
no sheep thiih year. .' The billy, goat
may ,Asg1 and the stump-tail bull may
warble in the gr'ovo, but all ini yain
for ~enjaminI "
,Gon. T. M. Logan, of liohmond~
will deliver -the annual 'ddreds' be-.
foi'e the survivors of Hoed's Toxas
Brigade, at Waco, on tho ..27th
instant. -* - - -