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'TRI-WEEKLY EDITION.J WINNSBOl, S. C., T U1SDAY MIO1NING, JUNE 19, 1877 [VOL.1. NO. 68.
NEW AIV IMMEENTS.
'ellegant. cards all stles with name 10 cent:;
,,5posl pald. .1. 1. H~vS~ibn Nassau, lieus co.,
M i 81ween 8ttot, Hevolver
R evolver Free wie, hoX tartelmg(e.l
-JAstis4 HitowN & :ON, 136 aiul 135, WoodI Street
wtort ,25c., I pk. love eda'ds, I pk.coite
H A 1 comtic oil rhromio, 7x11, mounted,
enielopos, I pack. comic carits, 1 pack
cro-l, 1 ., page book Futn. all sent for
onlyi 5let,. Stumps, Novelty Co., Mliddleboro Nla.ss.
BOOKSc tills. Only $1.5i capital required
to Start. ('nvassi ig 0r S AU Ix
T.1N'S Ntiw ieitA'-lOOlI. Apply,
withisinmp to toh i a
aJ. lllowell, 139 C .N. SS R,
. .ast 8Sreet, N. Y.
With ia Cold .is Ah vays DtngerousL
A1VELLS' Carbolie Tablets,
.a sura remedy for Coughs, and all Dii
.eases of ,the Throat, Lnngs, Chest .4n(1
.Mucous M eibranIe.
JIT UTP ONLTI1N B1UE IOXES.
Sold by all Druggists.
C. N.- CitTTrNToN, 7 Sixth. Avenue, X. Y.
The Black Hills.
By It. N. 1Aouit RE, who has spent 12 years in
this region. Lalest aceounts of (told anl Slvet
' proswpets, Agriettil ral id (Irazing resotmices,
lipmte, hItting, 1 ilshin1g, Inditi iinl 4et 14It'
ailveit ires wit ti hem, utiling and wild weri ii
life, the WVaiterfalls, biolliig Geysers, noble
eenery, immense gorges, etc. 'Iiit 27 tine
IlLust rations, and oneinap. Price only 14 cenits,
oht by all -newdcalerls, or sent post-paid for
2 C(e1ls by DoNNEI.Y.v, LoYt- & Co., PuUlishers,
Tito Tip To Package is the largest
Envelopes, eel pes, eni, Pen-hoitier. ook
etu Pc en, Set of Elegiant Goldi stosro
leevo Iuttons, Gonts' Lake (oorgo Diitnund Pi'p, .inre.
thyatstono ia, InluId with gold, Amethyst Stonesenrf
I'Iu, (ood-plate veddiig iting, Set ninschnd E,,r Drops.
~adies' Flowered and Slivered tlia ht, I.adies' Fancy Jet
l'ha ani Dr )a, ooki-plato Colloist-Httoes, GnesM ord.elit
ed watch Chain anl 8et of
Threoo (ld-plater 8tuds. ThOP
entireLot senfosrpt.fafor (50
cents. iRXTR AORDINAR Y
JNDUCFMEfNTS TO AGEN
a. BRIDE, Clinton. Placo, New Yor'
'R for all. The Ittreka Jew
elry tasket tont s I pih
U &I .gold-plated e n g r a v e d
Sleeve buittons, I Set. (:) splilrl Shir.l stuls, 1
(its' Imo. coral pin, I im11 proved Sl ate collar
Stud, one (Wints 11t0 link watch chain, and 1
ILdies' hoavy wedding ring; price of I cinski'l
colplete, 6i1 cents; three for $1.25; Lx for $2 and(
12 rot' $3.50, al sent post 1mid by mal. hix dozen
and a sIlAM silver n atle or $2i. Agents can
leake bmoney sellIng thlese caskets. (end Sit cs.
lor samtp)o and Uttalogue. We have all kinds
of Jewelry at low p-iees.
W. CO).ES & CO.. 1:5 Blroadway, N. Y. City.
C We are the "Originals" In tNs, husliness,
and have no "3111tont (Gold" or 'tbrass" Jewelry.
"This.htr"ehry ('oasket is r(lnarkaily attrac
I Ive, and COLES & Co, are rejiablc aijeIlers."
SECOND OU-I AND D)RAWINGT
Ketiueky Cash )is ribution Co.
Louisvillo, Icy,, Juno 30th, 1877.
$310,000 CA SZ :IN 0 F TS
NEW OlANIZATION, NEW SChiEMlE, NEW
FARMERS AND DROVERS .ANK,
Louisville Ky., TIrons.
T I Kentuicky Cash 1)Ist rlhution Co.. alho'
ized bv a Special Act of 1he .egiFkat tire for
-t he beiellt, of tie PUBtIC Senoots oF F'AN s ow'r'
'lihe ecold of the Series of Grand
)raiwings uin the City of Inliis,
1 ill,, Ky.,Saturday, June 30th, 1877,
AT-1'UlBTJC ,IBJRARY HALL.
$60,000 f'or only ton.
Read .the List of' 4iifts.
I (Aranud cANIa oirt, $60,000
1 G rand (Cash OG ft.. .... .. .. .... ..... ....$'25,00
I (Irawil Cash Olift.......................00
1 Grand ('ash um,......................,tiiao
3 ((rand C'ash O ts, $5,001 cach.... ...... .5,liil
r)(I rati Cash us fris. $2,ilni each.... ...... .i.i
20 ( ash Gifts, $1.0111 oach...,..............2,iii
4) Cash a(II O, 56n eanch............20,1105
lilt caish (its,42J00a.... ................20,ili
itonl catsl (Jlit, $101) ea ch..................30piothl
500( Cash (lifts,.$50 each...................2,ui
oo Cash (lifts, $1o each..................1pi1
Whoio Tick ets $10, Halves-Sf,Quar ter $2.51).
11 Tickets $100, 33 1-2 Ticketa $300, ,503-4
Drawving Positively June. 30h, 1877.
Anti Every Three Months Tht re fter
UII tTIFIcA'rHst O~ SU'JR visoss oF anA w iN.
'rho presenit management etmphatically
notify t.Ih pblic tht there will be no
)(tpoflOh~ent of this dlrawintg, as is
usual in such enterp~rises,-but thtit it wvill
positivnly -enid unequivonilily takoe platce
ion the dantO namedh(.
This. the Second D~rawing, wili'ho .conl
ducted like the first, to. the fairness tt
wh iich the( following natedoc gentt lonti
Iton. Alin Dutvail, late Chief Justiee sutpremne
(Couit of K4:ttaeky.
Janues (. D)udley, Chairman Board of SchiOO
- Urnt. (Green, Qlshler F'armeors' hank of Ky.
lion. R. 1- 31. 3injor, Public Pinter~ State of Ky3.
ion. 'rtir.as N. Linudsay, Pro~sident of the Far
mers' ltar,k-of K~y.
1H0n. lThomnas C. Jones, Clet-k of R'up. Couartof iK .
Jndfge It. A.'l-homopson, P'reskdlng Judge Franik
.Jamehs 0. Croc~kett., clerk Franklin COunty cotart.
Itemittanrces can he made aby Miall, Express,
'Drmaft, P. (O..Order or~ Registeredl Letter~, mada
payaible to (I. W. Harr~iow a Co.
'1iekots piid p~rompItly antd without disi
All commutnications and orders for rtickets
should be addremssedl to
ourier Journal Blu Ing, Louisv'illo, Ky.
8tSEND FOiR CIRCULAR.
.Daily, Tri-Weoekly and W.e.okl:
.COLUMBIA, S. C.
"-l l y --
HOYT, EMLYN & M!oDA.NIEL
JAM ES A. 1l( 1", E0ditor.
r "nl-: DAILY llixiiwTsa COn in1s the lates
news of the day, all ciomercial
1]ipolitical an (1 other lmatter sent by (tih
grejpht, full local reports, editorials upol
all current topics, and Grange and Agri
THnE Tn'1-WEEL"'Y ltEoTsTERt is issue(
every Tuesday, Thursday and Ssturda;
morn ing, and contains all the nows of tw<
lays in one iSstle.
'inE 1' EtitExlY 15OJilUIE is an eight. pag'
pap er, contaiing forty-eight i!umlns
em bracing the cream of the news of eael
'T'nxi: l E(nTl is n(.\w the org:n of th<
State (range, ail all matters of interes
to the Patrons of JIusbandrv will 1>h
treated in their approlriate delart mient
The Agricultural and (range articles wil
appear in each of oir publicatior5 --Daily
'Iri-Weekly and Weekly.
TERMS .'OF ISUR)SCRIPTION :
One Year, $7 0'
Six Months, 3 5(
Three Months, ] 7i
TIl WEF.PLY ItEGISTEat.
One Year, 5 (i
Six Months, 2 5f
Three Months, 1 2
One Year, (II
Six Months, 1 <
'Thrdee Months, 51
L 0 0 Ki
E have just received a nleck o
SPRINI AND SUMM-ER
prints of the best brands at 8. cents.
"t-"4 Camabrics at 10J cents.
Centennial Stripes at 124 center.
A full Stock of Shirtings, Sheetings ant
. Drilling at low figures.
CLOTHING ! CLOTH ING ! !
We have just ieceivel a large and c om
plete stock of Spring and Saumtnr Clot li
thing which we will sell as cheap as an1
HATS ! HATS I ! HATS. !
Gents' and Youths'Felt and Straw Hats o
all kinds and at any price.
CASSIMERES ! CASSIMERES!I
We havc just received a full stock of Cassi
mera's from the Charlottesv'ille Mills.
Tweeds, Cottonades, Jeans, e.
To-day the campaign's fairly closed,
The lucky man is ho
WVho takes his seat on the 4tht of March
Oar Uresident he'll ho
And now the ntext best thing
Jlust suited to our indtu,
Is where to get the cheapest goods --
Thep best of goods-.to fund.
My friends and I went out one ilay,
Somto New Spring GoDods to buy
And we resolved, before we went,
The d ifferent stores to try.
WVe watnderedl Winnsboro all around
Until our feet wore sore,
And found the very place, atlastt,
T'was SOL WVOLFE'S Now Cash Storo.
Of.Hats, Clothing and Boots and Shoes,
Tlhe latest to.our viow
The very best styles of IDress Goods,
.hnd Prints so cheap and nowv.
So then, my -good friends,.one and.alI,
Now is your time to try
What Bargains you can-got of me
-Or, you need 'not buy of SOL.
Emperor WiII~am Cabbage.
T7i 1: ha~la, itugfett, iinrdlii~t anti must
p 4tie \,i11il'l of \iSiNT'iI 'AiII lii.'
ktm i il iLtirt'pt, tijtid iliijitSr~lt'~ to this
('4)11 t ' 4:'l riIvol y by the and rs t 'ignetl I
;:'bew" a n tit eul i g i th x~i'ti atur
Il~ell toi gi ve. s1ill:e'i liCQ spa et' gro4wth
Solid hennaa the Size oltle lm'l~IIt of at fluor1
1 barrel.1is thle l1V4'I;4g4' x1) ol' thIiis celio
.vaui4tV . . ()ime packalge of Mile StitI wilt
p ost jpaid oin receiptt of 51) cents, aind one'
3 cenit pitt's,4 .ig ~lip. 'la'ce~1 paai11ges to
onoi. 114(11(458 Si (0) ai'4 twot ' vent~ stiji px.
'twelve pt 4kIttges senit oil rc<.t~ijtt of $.3 00.
S II oad wet a well known Garrett
Co. MIaryltae'r hays of (lie .E~ii':uoat Wu.
.7.1.1:1 Call t;('
;tdl., Jan. 2,1877.
MnI. "JTl.C. ,mt'wijt., (;l; Ftlt4uiI St. N. Y.
Jhzir Si r:--- 1 1 4lllit so)liiO::well 114)113 vol
1)4.10 Williamn Ci1l.4illge Ship s this lltt
\vell. On at 1110111taili sititi the wcell polli
sentt. 1)11 protdueed Ciibbhies wveigli, g,
thirty jioliids; each.
Very t.rul~ ~s
f ? I a nd Sole Agent intrlho U. ,. ft)2
Maidstone Onion Seed.
dultilg the Motst jired ui'ig thll mos(t
l)ittlihiu 111141 tfinetst. flavored On()Iios knowzi
1 111141 viel thul on 441Xliitalut Soils 1'141 8((1t
I :1110 bus1hels ptt1 fP.ri., sown in dhrills.
Mri1i. hiexi C (ol vini, it hlrg illirktt gar d cn
('1" at Si'r04'1s4, N. 1'., writes, '' ur
Enuglishu O(Ii11 Seed 811 it' ~im 41 )yb its
large yield, nulli th lt' 11)1 tttia fv 41 of the
fruit. I eoiiltl hit Vit' soldi liny 4j1I111tit.~' itr
tis mairke al Itt oili pices44. h1i wifei sayS
s1t(- wvill hLve ll tiot lip' e l44115u for theu (nale
in futuire. Send le1 ue iiiti 1t- you eau
(li, tlplckl gt of seed seaOt onl receipt
of 51 tolds 11114 tone :3 cent -t g 5N~ thu ))p,
thre cc tukages 4to 0111 address $t 001 atnd
two :3 cent stamps34. Tl'we~jlve"iiakges 80111
On rceeipt of '3 U0I.
Mly supply ix~ljittetl. Parieis desiring;
to jiotuic itlhi of' te ab0tiove raro seeds,
f shioud ot 1)1 elaly their orders All sed
\.itl:.j5'rl.:1) i'lIiarult ANl) Tll GEiMINATE.
Cash Ill lit. aeC(t'Iiil)i piy all oirters. For
JAM ES CAMPBlEL,
war 1-xf (ha ;;Gr FulQ;I St., N. Y.
Boot and 81hoe 311Iiuutctifittoi',
WINNSB3OHO, K. C.
~~ lqlett't lly Il;tollcetoIl the
S has i4"l11)V"tdl his Boot limpi
Slow hIutlliti tor lt toldor 1beltw Mt .
('.. i \litie's. I m111 lrt~piicrttl 34) 1411111)1 hct~ii
i ll styles of wtuik ill at l;' stiti t01111t
51110)4 gootds ('a11 bet 1hu41 111:ttreti for at. te
f Ntrthl or' el~lsewhee. I keetl) coulstttlty onl
hitd at1 g~tld Sttotk o1' St 1t4 tl Ulinlt'l
TIE LAST TIDAL WAVE, c
FICAl l"'UL LOSS OP LIFE A ND PROP- I
1x'1'T' JA J'EiU.
Twelve Towns and Six Hundred Por
sons Destroyed-- A Plaguo of Fire and I
Wator--SuYoring of the People.
Recent mails bring full accounts
of the tidal wave that struck tho
coast of Peru on the 9th of .May.
The towns of Arica and IquiJluo, -
Ponta do La (os, Pabellon d Pies,
Chanavaya, Huan ills, Tocopilla, Cobi
ja, Moejillones, ])e Bolivio, Autafa" ]
gasta and Chaiiaral are nearly all .o
destroyed. About 600 lives were
lost. The destruction of property is o
estimated at $2,000,000, conlined v
mostly to the coast, although the
town of Tarapaca, 23 leagues inland,
and thc villages of Pica, Matilla and
Cauchall, far in the interior, were
more or less ruined.
At Molondo, the railway was torn c
up by the sea :three hundred feet, I
and at Ilio the railway was also
injured. At Arica;tho people were A
preparing temporary fortifications
to repel the threatened assault Qf a
the rebel ram Hauscar at .the very
moment the roar of the earthquake
was heard. The shocks wcre very .
numerous, and caused immense
danger. The sea was suddenly per, c
coived to recede from . the beach,
and a waso from ten to fifteen
feet high rolled :upon the shore,
carrying all before it. Eight times c
was repeated this .assault of the c
ocean, and four miles of the embank C
neent of the railway melted away like
sand. Locomotives, cars and rails t
.wvcre hurled about by the sea like so
many playthings, and left in a mass c
of tumbled rubbish. The United
States steamer, "Wateree," stranded
by the waves of '68, was lifted bodi- t
ly and floatod two.miles north of her
old position. The cable buoy was t
moved a quarter of a mile north -
.ward. The merchandise from the s
custom house and stores was car~
ried five miles distant. The dam-- j
age (lone was greater than that of t
the calamity of '68. 'I'Tho people I
passed the night on the hills. j
Thieves began to ro), when the t
troops fired upon them, killing sv- 1
Iguique, built of wood and cane,
tumbled down at the .first onset.
Lamps were broken, and burning oil,
spreading over the debris, started
a general .conflagration. Three t
companies of firemen were instant
ly at their posts, although it was e
difficult to 11aintain an upright po~ J'
sition, shock following shock with 1
dreadful regularity. To procure a
water, the two best fire engines were r
stationed on the beach. Just then v
the cry arose, -"The sea !" the sea.!" s
and the waves rushed in. The 1
engines were carried out by the )
reflux, and the fire continued unop01- 1
posed1(. Three elements of destrue.. t
tion were busy at one moment-fire, I
wvator, and the earthquake. The af,. C
frighted peopie left the city .to its i
fate, flying to the neighboring omi., 0
nonces. T1hoe fire dlestroyed a large I
portion of thoe townm, the earthquake I
leveled niearly dll thme rest, andl tihe I
water covered the ruins which it C
took out in the reflux. The water I
condensers along the shloro .are 1
ruined. This is an irreparable loss t
for thme Ignique, as no p)alatable
water is found . Thke.or were nearly
four hundred thmousand quitals of )
nitrate at Iquique. Clhanavaya, a I
little town at a guano-loading do, '
posit, known as P'abellon Doepica,
with 400 houses, has only two stand- 1
ing. H-ore the (earthq1uako was I
followed by fire. There wvere no ,
fire engines in the town, and the sea
e unme in and extinguished the flames, I
but as it retired1, carried off all that E
remained of the place. In one of I
the guano cuttings, thirty lhborers
were buried by falling earth. Tiho 1
earthquake was esp~ecially severe ata
Chanavaya. The earth opened fif
teen mitres in depth, and .the whole a
surface of the groulnd wvas changed. ~
At least two hundred people wVore
killed. The bodies wvere Iloating
in thme bay, and pestilence is feared.
.At Huonillas, another guano
loading station, tile damage inflicted '
was fearful. .All the houses wore
destroyed. The guano outs have
fallen in, and, as at P'abollon, allC
loading musthbe suspended for at least :
two mouths. The wave which such
coed the earthguake, and completed
the destruction, was nearly :sixty
foet in height. MIany vessels were am
lost here, together with several 1
of thosn nnu .oaril. ITn ablort
vorything except a few huts at the
>ack of the town has boen do
At Mexillonos the tidal wavo was
ixty-five foot in height. Two,thirds
f the town was completely destroy
d. The guano shoots, whiarvest,
ainnches, boats, water disitillerica,
ailwaiy stations, locomlOtivos, (cars
nd furniture were all. swallowed 'up.
ix pertions were drowned. At
'cocipilla little or nothing remains.
lto Xounmiiin, called LIa Pena
)anca, four miles to the southward,
ank in, smothering 200 workinoia,
f whom forty were Cornish miners.
1obija, the principal town on the
3olivian coast, has lost three-fourths
I the houses. The wave, thirty-fivo
oot high, swopt along the main
usiness street, and loft it.as a dos
rt. The wharves and .launches
Tore all carried out to sea.
A Successful "Bling"
The following, from the -Washing
oil ]eJuibican gives the latest
icident in the noble game of bluff.:
One night I was sitting by the
hair of a player, who was an old
equaintance, and a Virginian. It
,as a pretty high game, the chips
omg lives, twenty-fives and Iifties.
,t one stage of the gamo somebody
ot to raising it before the drag,
nd in a.minute or two thero-was as
mch as 81,000 on :the board.
Vhen tthe hands were helped one
ian took one card, anothor :stood
at, another took two cards, and so
id the party behind whose chair I
ras sitting. They all bet before he
id, and the amount put up by each
as, if I remember, $500 straight.
Vhon it came to my friend's turn lie
rent into his breast -poelt, pulled
ut a wallet and flashed thence a
ortified check or draft .for $3,500.
ioing to a desk he wrote his ;uame
cross the back, resumed his seat,
brew the paper in the centre and
aid: "Gentlemen, I've boon run out
f Virginia. I-was once a man of
realth, but the war came and closed
io out. I settled up my business
he best I could, ard that certified
hock for $3,500 represents not only
lie fortune I once had, but it is
very. dollar I have in the world. .
ce that $500 the gentleman bet and
lie balance of this check, $3,000."
i man who .stood pat, as he
urnod up his cards and showed a
gig flush, said,-"I lay down mine."
Lnother laid down a full ; the next
biroe aces. My friend raked in the
sile and then showed his hand. He
gad a pair of fours.
Congratulations to Kershaw.
Tho Kershaw Gazette says-: The
idings having been received sin
Iamden of the almost unanimous
lection of General K~orshaw as
udge, the citirzens of the town re
aired in a body to his residence
nad serenaded him. General Ken
ody introduced Judge Kershaw,
rho returned thanks. He then
aid, "It has boon the dream of my
rofessional life at sometime, to
rear worthily the mantle of a judge
a South Carolina. The opportuni
y comes to-.day, clad in the majestic
Labilimen~lts of a peoplo's unanimous
all through their representatives-in
lie Legislature. It shall b)0 -my
mbition with the help of. God to do
iy duty faithfully, honorably and
onestly. If I shall four -years
tonce meet my 'fellow-citizens of all
lasses0 andl degrees and receive their
earty weoll done, I shall indeed be
onored. Again thiankcing you for
his compliment, I bid you adieu."
HIonwAY RoBBRYi NEARi SUMMER
n:u:.-Mr. R. R. Stutts, .a trial
aistice who has his office at Sum
ierville, when returning to his
omo at 26 Station on Monday.even
rig, was attacked on the railroad
rack by two negroes, who, after
uccooding in p)ulling him from his
orst, rifled his p)ockets, and would
erhiaps have done him .more siziy
his screams had not brought .0,
erson living in ithie neighboarhood
his assistance. The negroes ,havn~
ig taken ifrom him all the .mone~y
ndl papors that lie had, left hm
tunned and severely injured, three
f his ribs being broken and ,his
ody considorably bruised.-Noewa
A St. Louis Sundar adhloot hboy
'ave his -teacher this illustrative
elinition of "responsibility :"-"Boys
as two buttons for their s'penders
o's to keep their pants up. When
no button comes soi, wvhy 1heids a
rood deal of responsilbahlty wa the
All the fgreat cities of the country
~re reducing assessments of proper
y, the reduction in some beinlg
rcn thirty to .flfty per .cent.