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WAIV .I sco-rr HuCOCK.
io V lo-11PrevItent.
II2.IA M 1-1. 1xtGi.isii,
J01N,o- 11.000. ti
J. C. Corr.
For Secretary of State. 0
I. M, Sims.
LF.1-OY F. YOUXANS. I
Vor Soiertntendent of E.ducaton,
lllGmH S. 'TioMP[soN.
-Vtor A.jittasit and I%pl)ctCor-Gencrml, b
A RitHUn A. MANIGAUr.
J '0N Vc. 1-: R I1N .i 'i'a . .
ihat Hancoc wee
ha W . S
1A :.:2 :11i r* :. bui. ilu 8111n1, has dis- o
C0o v ee :( W 1() get rid of it. At (he tl
Ya1ht C1-.h it Ihaidd. at few evelnings 81
sice. he idilgd ill IL little gatile of
bavccarzt.- with several booni comnpani
lons, among them Messivurs Betitern, a
13oblinsli and youn1g Couit lehon1va
off, End they managed an1ong them Si
to shovel oi about sixteen lmidred
thousand dollars of the Pt-ince's hard ('
SOME OF OUR ExCH ANGMS ARE POUr- 1
Ing hot shot into J. 11. McLaie, the s(
Greentback apostle. He has never A
troubled Fairtield much. The people. el
here know w,hat the result will be of
- having a neow party, and as they don't b
care just. now to indulge in another li
era of' Radical supremacy, they give.
the Greenback party a wide berth.
Three or four years ago Greenbackisim
had some11 strongth, but It is not con- O
sidered as a factor now in the North, it
aR it has never been a factor in tie
THERE AREY FOL'nt PRESIDENTIAL cani- t
(dites in the United States at this
writing: Hlancock, Garfield Ncal, D)ow
and Generial Weaver. Of the four! st
GAeneral WVeaver alone has declarecd si
himselif sure of election, Hie says the a1
Greenbackers will sweep Maiue,
Michigan, North Carolina and Texas, d
wichl will throw the election luato the it
House, where the RIeverenid Do Lat 1
Matyr will decide it. by his eastinga
vote. To anl ordlinary man '.he "it's"
and "buito" in1 the way of suIccess by
t his plogrammeii would prove inisur-.
mot0!e!2table bar riers bu t to. thle mi
;.. lineWeaver ning is2 1 impoSible 12
0 Ivi:'h riu.:2u , howver,i not r:
t''o.rr'end.. i in a air to the lowa
2et':n I ' uv ~:: 0.i. ha, e her wht
.W.y 'a: ami H~.ancoek. N.
Iicnlr litr recently d1eliveCreil ti
at a11 raiiaion meet ing a most clo- s
(quenIt and1( powerfut eulogy on1 General g
16mieouk. lie said that IIaneock ce- a:
cupiedl a higher place to-day thanl any '
othier military man in the wor'ld, in
thalt having as a soldier been invented "
withI supreme power in -a conquered i
territory, hie throw away the sceptre Ib
and( vided obedience to civil law and 11
ci vil metho11ds. It is 'lot beca&use 11an
((2rb. : a soldier that he0 has1 beeni i
iloinlinatehd, but beeanse1' he 1has lmerged ja
the -old.er into the citizn andI~ 11 taulght 0
hat th a''wordl mus2i yield lo the toga.e
Li thu ~i'.LVyig as.idei :a barauy power
lie h: f4llou edI in1 the 12 :. purrued(
hv' meorge Wahington1 - I \1a-,h- b:
legion tuoeo 0 -1 OUt 1 of u
prev iou tie. , ys
Se'mor ISyrdh fuh
mover . .2 Ir 4) he'1 e
me1(aux. th rpad'.i , and mI4 ilitairv
enercoacJ:ineb, ~i n the i.jsitory of tin
tiepulica part2 llly, and( 11is e.lction l
wvould be an2 enlconragemenlt to pulrsueC
ver't the ReuCIblic. Th2.kisiaddress by
Senator llayard is the~ strongest and2(
hiernlest Jlrgument that has yet, beeni
usled in1 tho aldvoCcc of tile Demo21
cratie I)ominee.~. 'T'o all right-minded0(
.mCn it is unanlhsWerab.le. It is thec
more' admIIiralble comlinig, 21s It d1oes,
from 0one of the1 pure'st staltesmen in
the land1(, and1( 02n0 who2 was IIaneiok's
elbief' compe)titor aIt tihe CinIcinnIati
ScciLL SIIoAJ.s, GA. Greene Co.
A ugust :, 1876.
Mnt. W. U. B.lun"r:
D)ear Sir-I have sold DR. OIfHD
. W.S P'ILLS for the piat t wo years
and1( in.d that all in this neClhborhood
appr)loveO thjem. The phlysiC ans8 haIve
recommenlCld1Od.them, and1( theO peo te
wvill have none2 other. TIhey are be erOl
LIVERI PILLS tan any I' have any
k.nowledge of. "o--y respeetntlly.
A -. BVUH.lLJ.aN VONVNR2'.
Ono of Camnron's l-eadars In PVaonsylvanta
Deelaron that lo will nupport nanoook.
PSTe1M PA., July 2.--(3Ior0lal
Alfrqd T. Pearson, ChIna11,10u of the'j
Republican City Committee of Pitts.
burg a brigadier general in the late
war, and one of the inost 'prominliOt
Republicans in Western PonnsyINvaila,
has col.10 out for Ilan1cock, to the sur
pise of evrybody. I1 i a >ower
ful speaker, Aiid ha (nil Distr-et At
torn11y 01 tils cotity, bqing elected b'I
tie ReoptublicanIs. (Ie w6s fn1 '
CamerclOll'S leatdors. To-nilght ait at
Democrtlie meeting' at GrnCIIbur'g,
IWestnoreland ColuitY, -ho Sai(d in I
Speech: 1ti'' h b beeil a lileoig Re
plblicall sice 1854, whenl the party
was first or alnized, I have beell one of
its mnost artent supporters, although
nlot it Voter alt that pCOod. I 'attelldd
thle recenit Republicanl Nalional Cmn
veition at Chicago as a delegat froi
Alleghli m,comit . I left before the
noiilialitOis WerC. iade, anld wheln (le
telegraphic wire clicked the intellf
gence tIhat Cenlerall (arield was 11011i- -
niated it filled] m0 with inter-1ul dis
gucst. 1comm11enced to think, I stopped
and, It ht.. And I tiouglt on till
the Deinocratic National CJolvenitionl
Iet at Ciniiniati. I was sitting inl
the United States Court House office
it Pittsburg,' watching every dispatch
that m1111.e. W1hen1 tle dispitch cllnc
Ilotilleilg thllit iny old fellow-sol1die.,
wvith whom I fouight my hard batlles,
WAs nom11inauted , I' Iarosi. ai said: 'II
aml) nOW preparled to say 1 11111 folGel
cral Winfiel Scolt. Tliancock forv
l'reidenl. I remember very dist-inct
1%y when:11.h Ceemy AIs invildinig ourl
.Sha(e, wh en our.-people were crec-tinlo
ti1iliciations with' the dirt thrownl
11poln tle wrong side And it was
thougt the were lpproachilng Peters
bur.g, that thle mlanl youlhave nominat..
ed was iding il frolint of (tIe Seconld
crps it ettysbllig, that the repeliiw
of I thlat. Iigli.y arlmly depended upol
hil),I, frlte en11PM"NIwas M1verrunnlinil"
I 'ennisvallia whenllI (le mat jestic hero
General 11lcock it tlie ed o his
co)psreelled t(1 . 11' he had Iot
saved It hat day It Ihe, Army of't lie Pot oine
wouhl hlave b"en lost. The clashing
ol inu111skeI.Ny, (lie roarinqg of te aiI.ii
kery j11d (liht shrieks ald groans of
tlit h ding upon that occasioni -tr in
(eFeribab'l. Bmt. those in s.
-.,iti.strong, worc drivenl bak by
Genlerial Ilmuvock aid otur peopl u n'd
property were Saved.,
A SIE E1 .i STOlRM.
Milelt D11111nge to It ou8em ft ?Id Fenllculg--fn -
-ral Plerosi Injurcd-A Lat of to cstu
Froi tile Coitaimbl.a Yeoi3na.
Aboult, twelve o'clock oil the th
i Ct. Colulilbit -wIs visiled by, at violent
%Xind awd raIinl stormll ming-led with
hail, doinlo considel.r.a, ble 1 ian1age to
( rees i id I nees, a Id ( wo smalIlI hoIses
.ist outside tlhe city limits were blown
down. The liercesi. shoek ( tile stormll
senie d to strike (lie Peniten alti
buildinlgs, which sustainled moru in'
.Jury 111-all aily other pointu. Over 2:30
convicts were collected ill the Scolld
story.% ofthle Inew M1aehilnr Miall lately
VIrected inl the eniclosure.c,' unlder. thle
u.-ual guard dotail. Wit hi sceL-r11TV
alloivent'" warn-Iing fihe Storml, ill ail
its wil lury, striuck the walled en -
(losuZire. aid Swept awily the root'I t
(en1i-e third Story of M1* cilnery i il
wh lich.fell wIithi a'Lremendlous' cash,~
sweelun g e verlythaing before1 it. Theo
bu11ildinlg is thr1ee stories high, one0
bid(r(ed an d fi fty feet iln lenigthI, and1(
be:)1ns and1( br'icks wer*e scatteread inl
e'very' dirion 11; some1 W' were caried ini
andi' beyon~d the' c;ania1, am! some011 were
lodged on the ish~iind- and1( shIolls inl
th iver. As soon1 as5 thei di'ater wIas
knlowna, Col. Lipcoib senit for D)r.
Trezei4van lt, the' surigon of thela Pein
(cint i:ary . Mlny )wereC Il injied ha
alhrowing thI se hoa.I O'5d1lon bg fr'Oin
thie indows ofl thes second storv.
Therle' were* i bt. tw or) ( thr iee whi'te
11nen in the building, and1( onily about
li fteen of' the whonle n1i11nbor wo re ablle
toI escape by thV le sta1irlway~*. AfI 4 lie h
oft the wondei ho, he r'eport ed the fol..
low inig casual tios : IBoiikniigt, color
ed1, of A bbeviIlie, lefil leg brioken above
the ankl[e1-he1 haiving juaniipd onl a
pil oflumer.Sami Dickson, white,
fhester1))0fleid(, con1t1usion4) of sca lad
nos, ipan skini serioucionsly cuti by
Io w.114 ''l Gerg W1i'tIlliam ,Jit1 colore.
sprin. Alfrsed(.1 )ll1b, o o si
seiuly ijurd by l of Ii eietiryet.
I'I' 1ttl se onlf ijr' oits.l aler
as li was04 prciale after1 lo the eveone
Jmd passed,i1 ClIsipscomb, ii d was In
enflt i guard ofii thle penCiten0oit toli
Soniet1s1. lant 110atttemipt was5 made4.4
All the0 piisoners' wer0le conf1ined ill
IhiriC els! and1( it wvill be4 necessaryi'i to
stor were1 fe'lt i portionis of' thie city,
bu n)11Rot hig serious is replorted'4.
No.w TPOIlucco L.iw.-1The r;ew law
pieritinig peons~1i to) (dea inl toccI1io
t o the extent of' 25.,Iil0 pounlds a1 yeuar
b.v' paly Iing ai spec(ial taix of live doI llars.~
instead( of1 twenitVy l ollar's, wvill g
nue ma 111teily, wich verai4I eSxceed(sI
810.00 f(,H( romi this cdlias o)f (elerlos, bu1t
it will a1( id as1 a pat of' thei imie4hiniervi
of' the deparinenuolt ini carl'rVina ini'o
effe(ct reogailat ions. It is bel ieve(1 thati
thle ne0w Ilaw will eiase atI material4 ii..
* ri'0se4 1 ir th lprod(uel14 1 in of t 0ba0cco 1thr
the m1ar'ke't, as5 there' will lie a gr'eaiter
Iltuinibei r of sm'a11 dea lers.
1)1er jus t as~ a steamer101 wals startin g.
iardls, 11s h2e- took inmp111l, andil coing 1
dlown on1 thbe bac(k o'f his had( onl tie
deock, lie luay slinned fiora twoi or thr0' eeIi''
inu i tes. Whlen lie Cametl to, I le
st en id'r had gonei tie biest part of' a
and11( too'kin to the4 shore, thle Yanike
saidi: "'Oraeat .Jehosaphat I what a
:-'-AtuateurII sp)ort(smani returned4' iln
IHii ph1111 t'rOml ai dayt' shoot 1 lg With a
- splend(id rabbi)t and1( said( to hIS wife:
.There't, you said 1 couh11 i't shoot.
~ou( didt e xpect(' to see mel bi,nlg tis1
door001 saw.% yott buaylitg it ~around1( the)
I -POl ie firt v 1dic of stomach01
or' bowel, disord'(ers, pr1ompi!t t - give t he
buaby a few dloses of' Dr,. haidi's Baby
-- Syrutp atl.d preve1'nt nuch sufteing oia
'tIle rlt; of tho little (one. PieO only
.~ ~ ~ . ......... .
-0% ft ivh. is.i- m
going tobfhih M001" That is thdir
idea (if Heaven).
:'-Au.iwt couatV oficial walked!
11ve'.1iles to have some one expain to'
him what the "th prox." nicaut.
-When Mr. Evarts begins to write,
tho.8SpAiards, will wish thel had not
ainusoi.dl.ofisetye by..shooting at the
--.3oorge: Yes,1hanbing is a capital
puiishient, Cspe<ilaly when vou're
gis.inego'r looking girl's
1 111101s -girl's toast: "Tho
youing imen of Atuericat-flteir aris
our sulpporters, ot aris their roward;
fall in nie,f111 in." If
-Etma: The only point of resemu
bl]alce between . flowers and wolien,
that we are aware of, is that they both
shut- up Whon they steel).
--The Arab horse is not broken until
lis fourth vear. That's iwljv the% lit.
fir from 'temeups. But then 'Arab%
horm-s are nlot washed by tile average
--"in't that a -lovely Critter, John ?"
said Jerusha as the stopped ol>l>osite
a leopard's uge. ' a111al, yes." said
John. "but th hie's dreftilliy reckled,
ain't lie?" - ',d
-It is believed that cats cau be made
tender hearted by playing soft, sad
musie to themi, but low.nutich easier it
is to hire a boy to chuck 'em oil' the
--'lie went to glory by the light
Iing train," says the Territoria( tn
terprisc, in relawtin Ihe case of a Nal- (
iamo, British- Columbia miner, who
sat. down oi a keg Qf powder to enjoy
-Breakiiog an awkward silence.
Mirs. MoNt1111u Silart (sud<deiily, to
Ibaslifll youlli, who has not Openid his
liis since lie was introduceed to her a 8
4limi-Ir o3l' 1n1 hour ago)-"And now
let us talk about something else.'
--Physician (0 govIermen1it Clerk
"'Well, wl'la do vou lco>iplailn of?"
l. C.-"Sleepless'ness, doctor " Piv
sichi-'At w%hmt time (to vou o to S
bed ?'" . C.--"Oh, I don't Metnl liat
igh"Il, but (Iurilig 0llice hours!"
--A lady sub)-seriber writes ia poemn
for ia palperI- which orl private relsons
it miust decline. Sho says: "The sun
4ine Is stealiua- mvo ntih and beauty
R.- ydn't. yon be gini an aW-.
lI1W. - ). dot laret'iv bv'l llI1to'
ion t'or11.Petty lareeny, you-goose, you. I
-' W'ly doll't yoil Come inl out of
lie rain?" said a goodI natured (<li
Inie to a raig-weI I rishmanii1. "'Suro it"s
Av nO CoIrequenj!ce, yerl- rivereice," re
Iturnel ePat, "Ine clothes is so fill ot'
holes that. they. won't hold wiler."
--Watter-"'Do N ou wish to be call- V
!d in the iniorn1inlg, sir?" (u iest-1Yes
zir." Waiter-"When will you be call
-d. sir?" Guest-"That depends i1poll I
low I Feel in Ile morniin.r. I ain very
tired now. I'll ring wheln I shall ce
mre to be called."
-John Bull says''Wits hall right
hexclI the hailebles," anld this poilit
10 inmedian settiilles by calling -'em
Aliock ani Wenglish." As for 'An
-ock I's h i ' of hIas Jil arh-rchbel
aho threw somt! tea overboard anid
ld oll le rebellionli agaillst Kiig
'or'ge ; but "who thie blwnsted 'el is
his -.llegiglish, of lIingiana?
PtDust e.Atiwdihi (nIan, as al the
l'igliuset ae liiis ."1 '
--'"Mv daityhter, nieveir tell anyvonof
:>ur private 'hrair, saii a inioth'el in
sendn3 hiiA-bighteriI'l awayv upon1 hIer
flrst ' 11 Journer. "Mnieur 'ii, at ihiri'-eluss
ichet if yo~u pkiise'," said the daughter1
It the( ticket illee. "For~j w here ?"
isked the( empiloye. I''s that any of
-elle, i.tudlui.nanitly, reemberinog lher
mot her's adlviCe.
-.\ Souihern ilmleri quotes a g.enitleh
iuit ''o, pill-sami, [ ln<d>ly'lI nieve'
!.II it ouage,to( jin diIte ehniir('hi. Wh len
I ~l,Or dlarkey's5 spirit uaul 'v'i-(r lakes
liim diwii in (d0ejIriber an<l savs, 9i
Thjsize,.' :1nd( thlen dui'ks himn ui'ler,
it's t itue dat1 daIrkerV looks after, hisseIf.
ol dlon't phtliiill 0l) den)1 ganties oih
mie, old 10nan."
LK R, STOf(KES.
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTU1mFil
TASiov'ed Oppo('site (lie city IIul,
. -L wer, hie is fu ly pre pard. w ith
tI.rst -e!ian work,iien, to do all ksinds ofi
work inii is line.
l..\NK( IIOOKS RUIL1T) to any ptattern
antid btonudo ii t any s;t, desir-ed
My h j'ailt.n and114 long acquaimanejUIO with
the bns,inesks mnable me1 to glurnte'o
sat.istaction on oriders for Blank Rlooks,
Rhilrohd Books,- and( Books for t ho use of
Mas.ters in Equity1, anud other' c-ount) 'oli
New mprsand1'eriod ials anfd all kinds
ofp'ications hound on tho most rea
soinable tei ms1 anld inl tihe best muanner, All r
orlders tiromptly attended to.
E. 11. 8TO.R ES,
Maini Street, opapos-ito neow City IhIal, Co
Iuin'oia, 8. C.
D[P~OR.TANT N TICE
To Peris'ns ACcnstOuitI to SendIiig
Mo1wy byV ilePtisI erell Lettter.
TilEiI'i NO SECUITJI'v IN TiI EM.
Ii yourii lioniey is losi or stol-'n, yonl maly
eatceh t he' thief, but not I he eoim-y-andtz.
the monyv is what yo1 ul an. TIhe Gov
ernmelunt e i't rep0' ay uch losses.
BU Y A 011iEOK~
From the .WINNSIIORO NATIONAL
BIANI, w.hich we will soil you at teni
Cenlts for amounftsi not excedinlg fifteen
dlolllars;iIi tern cents for amountiits inot. ex
ceedng weny-fio dl.lrs,twenuty-five
cenits for1 muoun1fts riot excee'ding sevenity
tive d.dhits, and at not ribovo t.broc
eight1': per cent.- for anly amount atbovo
that. Yu are thus mmhad
AIIS)l,t:ELY SECUHiE AOAINST LOSS.
WVe guilaantec thiat. It a ouri oiginial
cihietk 14t.lost or istolen, weO sflre y'ou adu
,('031 t: AND) DE-l'osIT WITHl US.
We haIvd jut purchansed a now timo
lock, costing $38t0, and thae President him
self' can't open tIhe safe whena theO lock is
ruihnoig. ~1T. KC ELLIOTT1,
but ines a nridl wlithout expense. 'Thie be-st. op
porlly a rr offerdt -- or those w ihli ft 0'
wor-k. Yatl'l sh'itb try nioting (' iti 3 you
ne for yourai- IWithal yo enn('i do at t he bust'
n~ss wi 'elorr No resign to expnlain here. You
eaal t1ev-jl.e a 3U yu:time or1'(' o. y-our spare
thad t.i. -b sinles4, pod1( make great, pay for
et' -uar-' tlii hat y.: WOrk. womlen maket(1t as
mOIi) eae -.,Scntt for speeCa I private terms
an ariulars. Wic h we mail free. S. oitftit '
frees.'--Don 1. .-npla'ln oi hr'd t,imes wilie you
hll 11.u a.ii 1 ha.1 . A i dess
A.g S.' iaxLL "' C.. P'ort,land, Maine.
rAIR WA Ir OFHIOIrP".T1.
Karvlous Ifportush on t4p Part of Wo.
"Do you cause the arreet of many
hoplifters?" a Now York tradoeman
rte asked. -
"Yes, a good uany. but not all, by
ny means. We doi't disturb persons
ness we have the most positive proof
f their guilt. When the article stoleti
a trifle we watchl the woman so as to
3jAenber her fitee, lbut usually de
othiig more. Not u1nfrequently we
.e thells comitited by women 'that
c believe are not. Imitially trespiass
rs, but were urged Oil by to.p strongr
mll 'Ptation ld poverty. bieh wo.
in we take to a privato room. We
All them our sUispicionm. Ifthey con
iss and give us what prove to be thel
ght ialies anidl addresses we lot them
o. But all this is a Vorsv delicate mat
ir, and to maitke t istake is very
angerotis. You must know that
loplifters are generally am1oig the
ast dressed midi most' respectable
ooking women tI hat come in our store.
stoodfat the seconid story skylight
nie day looking aiillesshy downi on the
rst floor. I saw two elegantly dress
Ai wolmel puttilg. alwiay rolls*ot silk
ibbon. I watched then, and there
'asn't any doubt about it. I hasten
I downi and told the loor witalker.
[c was astotuided. I persisted and he
Lpoke to thoe woin. Th%e were vio
'mtlv indignant. As they,walked to
'il the door wo saw them throw
to rolls of ribbon among some boxes
Ltween the two counters. We had
tell Vollowed. Th'llev lived in an ele
1lt. brown slont house ill Forty
"Professiona11l shoplitors," cont it
1 fihe speaker, "very often wear
rent cloaks. They c,anl put a11wiay i
Mod deal 1n1der I em1. liV raisill)
it-ir folded aritis 11u1letr thelir ldonks
WVy coneal t31(he itddel Size tile Stolenl
tielles give thiem. They have a pok
nut1Ide inl the froit of' 'their desses
g enoutgh to hold'a numb111her. of' lar'-e
IckLges. Wlhy, whenl we unloaled a
-Mlinl here one ity woe took oit (of'
uit, pocket all hint a good sized boy
htld Carry oil his outstiretched armis.
I'll elliber. how indiinatil that wo
N0m was when accused.
-1 was wilking (htirough ihe storo
'1e day wile ia eerk told tile he
01oughCI aVw11nan1 he was serrvina-r had
olen some Legrhorn hats. I vilked
p to her and r1aised one of her' arms
iddeily. Twenty-1 wo hats Vell 'o the
1or. Yov know what Jeghor% bats
'c. Thley atre made of at kind ot*
'11Ss amid l'olded close to-.,her. She
id that. she h.-A pickcd t.e up1 111) o3
o floor 1111ad was going., to put them
here the rest ol1 the bats were kept.
Sit arrested her.
IThe haiids of an expericiecd shop
rterN work fastor than the eyes of' n
)server. A central office det ect ive
anding in the store onle :A saw a
oman111l puttilng awity silk litndker
lie'i'. shWv d ield on'e u1) a1s it' to ex
nine it, and t hen she'd suddenly pass
into her othei Iind andl(] (1hen illto at
gt frot ro cket with such lightnin
ke rapidity that thle decOtve couidn
11 what site was doing, blit, het
oug-ht sthe was puttling), them back onl
IC Counter, I1Iv madte 11 sliudy (W thle
thjeel aid caught her. Shoplifter.,s
'tell stel Gur valises allild ba.Sketvs. iln1d
eni go ro1td the store (heing h l p.
re knuw it good many in th pit)rofes
"1,he worst thinig shoples do,"
naid ini :oniclutsIOn, "is to) steal ftrm
. 'ir ustomer. T'hey' are'1 vermt fond of'
kiiig poctket-boo0ks imd vatlises. We
ould a great deal1 rather they wouldI
e'll frtomt us, for'Ibo thei vitims~ are'
ire to give a1 stor'e where thley are'
bad reta itioni. Not lome ago it lady1~
h10 haut $128 int silver' iln IEaitise) reSt
I it oin the.'CO counter at momenlCt and( it
sappearitled. Site Ioinid a11 ol one ini
a place. We bel ieve (121tim th thi eves
ho toolk it kne1(wI liha. shei ha2d monevIC,
Id followed her ia long distantce."
11OW1 CURliR I rWAN ACQULIT EI}.
Rrtva.t22:( L t .b-hmrt.t v h
.11 o it' t nd(2 indlena() n ov th e 11 i11
h-2d Pi'bai)Y of5)1 Cu '.< acuit 1 tlare
oin. Wml. Stedmnan, 01' 'ounise)l for'
213 prosction 03, infIormtled vonrt corre'
t0ondent1 to-day thait 0one ot 1' lur pin
t1rc of thle jurors' oin Sa1ttur'n1 igIht,
10me itot his stor'e am111 purichafsed
sking _ the piie, and1( on matkinig pav
Lent exhdibiited larg~e 'olls of' hivte 11aid
m1 (dol1l1r bill s. Miaj. John A[. Ca:se
tys 01ne. of tihe lur'ors toolk a1 shavte
fler the verd(fet wa'ls rendered'C( on
Dlr f'or chantge a tenl dollar' bill ats thle
ast. Conltainled in a larg~e r'oll ot' grecen
acks he took fr-om at side p)ocket. lie
irther says that at notion mier'chtat
erle says, and1( ofl'ers t.o sweari, thatit
ne of the jur'ors, pur1chaintg somtie
1tnd(y and( other21 notionis, oIlered ill
alymnent at tenllar121 gr'eenback, att thel
11ne (1i1ne exhibhiting~ a large r'oll of
he same11 deniomiiination, sid hle hadn'1
eenl on tIhe I jury nly(1' 1 wo we:ks for'
01othg; Ithat lie made1 all t here teni
nieh rep.ortt s the11( for'egoin3g, m11al
tht ' 'ti iust I acs, suspicLi4)ls It
l'bery3 are't ex prlessed aga inst. te jutiry
ni justice1 to the people of' 'Teias, and;
specLilly (the cit izents .of'1 tl'rrio
ounty, ats well as to everyi' member 1)1'
Curil jur1y, it is salid thatt a) fujll
Id I horout)gh' invet'S gattion should( hue
ad. and the bottoml lhets ini the
*l:ndaies br'ought to iight--t o th1)1i
tig tlse wtill alha hthle sutspitcion andt i
itihintg less ought. to saltisfy3 I he jury.
JEil.ig oF I)m. iItANI.-Dr. WY. *lR
.1 Edgetlld Cothou tmtse (on thle 1211
-Dr)i. Bland1( wals a phiysitcian13' o iig
peuit severl't year11s ini Eurioj e in per.1
ectinig his knowlhetdge of1 I is pr'ofe.s
ion. llis deathl is a gr'eat loss to itt
igeit and( pulic sii itell ietmbeir
Ie hatd lingered so lontg (ta son11
inti hope)1 wtas (enter'tauined oh' his finai
*covery', but. fhe wound had 11 injure<112
vereC pt>lbably thle I immeidiate causei o
lay nf'ternioon, age'd sevty -sev'en
'ducaitionial mnatter's, wias . (lie athll
)t' soeeral books oin educational stmb
eets, antd was till nltinmy .Years Presi
bent of Briowni UJniverl'ly', at Ptrovi
leinc. WheittGeorg ' Penboudy gatv
fund to1 pr'omiote educationih -inth
souith, Dr'. Sears was made Its mnam
rer-, with aui nd%o:' boam. of (i'.
WINES AND LIQUORS
WOULD most respectfilly inform
ny customers and the citizens of Fair
leid generally, that I keep in stock a
till supply of flue Liquors, Cigars,
Pobacco, &c., &c., and guarantee
atisfaction to any one giving mo a
rial. Mv stock consists as follows:
)TARD, DUPUY & CO.'S COGNAC
BitAND'S SCHIEDAM GINS.
tAMSEY'S SCOTCH WHISKEYS.
JAMAICA L. D. RUMS.
. MORINO DE MORA SHERRY
F. MOLINIER PORT WINE.
1. 1I. MUMM & CO.'S RHEIMS
GENUINE RHINE WINE.
AlATOGA PUIRE RYE WIIIS
TATIAN'S 1863 CABINET RYE
TRAUSS' IMPERIAL RYE WIS
EESE'S "OWN" RYE WHISKEY.
TONE MOUNT'ATIN RYE AND
ELEMRATED PF'EIJF'FER E. RYE
3I;NrUcKY BOURBON WHIS
LAINTATION RYE WHISKEY.
1tG IN A APPLE AND PEACH
orri i CA R OLINA SWEETr MASh
LANTATION CORN WIRSKEYS.
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
F11ENCHIS "COSTON" GIN.
ERY FINE OLD CLARET WINE.
KEG Di?YS$CUIPGiNONG WVINE.
KEG SWEET'I SCUPPEIt~NNG~i
K EG SWEET CA TA WUA WVINE.
ElItCElI & ENGEL'S CEL~EBRAT
:1 LAGEl'1EEl ON D)ItAUGHLT
ASS & CO.'S IMPORTED) ALE.
P'URE C1RAU APPLE CIDER. -
URJIE NATURIA L APPOLONA
tLIAPSOD)Y-A STR1CCTLY TEN
'lIE PRIME M INISTERI CIGAR-3
FOR 25 CENTS,
'lIE P~UCI.I CIGAR.-8 FOR 25
'HE CORONETi 1 CIAR-3 FOR 25
ILIE SONORA CIGAll-- FOR
1IE SMASITEI? CIGAR-5 FOR 25
1IlE LIGIHTJNI NG CIGAR-5i JOR
lIE MONAIICII OF THlE SOUTH
CIGAlt-5 F"OR 25 CENTS.
LPIH E MASTER STl'1OK(E CIGARt-5i
FOR 26 CENTIS.
rilE AMER JCAN TfWINS CIGAR
5i jFOR 25 CENTS.
I'HE COSTA HICA CIGAIR-3 FOIR
P1E ROYAL, SEAL CIGAR-10
FOR 25 CENTS.
CIIE ROSE AND LILY CIGAR-10
POR 25 CENTS.
1'IE hAVANA CIIARLOOTS-5
P. W. BLACK WELL'S SMOKING
CI JE WIlNG TLOUACCO-TIIREE
TIHE BEST MIXED BEVERAGES
OF? TIlE SEA SON SERVED
AT ALL IIOUlIS OF
TilE DAY, TO SUIT THlE MOSTE
FASTI IOUS TJASTrES,
F. W, JRAI3BEN ICH T.
*a REA R OF TOWN H ALL
GRE AT BARGAINS IN SHOES AT
UAVING purchased a nice line during the recent deeline, I will offer
11 great inducemen.ts to the trade foi the ne.t thirty days before taking
A good 12 Thread Serge Gaiter at $1.0Q
Something nice in a Half Cloth at $1.25.
103 pairs Grain Shoes at $1.45
Something nice in Half Cloth and Kid Buttoned, very low fol- cash.
1 Case Brogalis at $1.25.
1 Case Plough Shoes at $1.25
T11E BEST GOODS IN WINNSBORO FOR THE PRICE.
2 Cases Woman's Polkas at 85(-, 95c, and $1.05-far below their actual
value. 100 Pairs Ladies Cloth Gaiters at 95c, $1.1) and $1.25, to reduce
stock. 100 Pairs Pebble Grain Shoes at $1.45.. $1.65 and $1.88. 150
Buff and Calf Shoes at $1.45, $1.05 and $2.00. The boat Misses Grain
Buttoned Shoe in the State for $1.25.
Tin, Glass and Crockery Ware. These Goods I have marked down to
such prices that will defy competition.
Just received fifty Patent Fly Traps. Give me a call before buying,.
Ja L-. MIMNAUGH,
july 1 Leader of Low Prices.
The Best Ever Proguec&l!
THE DAVIS VErICAL FEED
CHALLENGES THE WORLD TO P RODUCE ITS EQUAL I
97 One thousand dollars reward offered to any person that will do as groat
a range of work, and do it as well, on any othcir inacilhine as as can be done on
the "DAVIS VEIITICAL FEE) SEWING MACH INE." Arranwrone.its fin,
the contest will be made with any one desiring. to compete for the ia1ove-nained
reward, within a reasonable time after written applicationl is received.
DAVIS SEWING MACHINE CO.,
.,Another large lot of the above Machines and the Ilimproved Weed just re-.
ceived. J. 0. BOAU, Agent.
IE T -[.AJ IL A iiE'4LW ~ M. -
White and Colored Piques, Dress Goods in variety, Illusion, Silks, Satins,
Ribbons, Corsets, Gloves, Notions, Hosiery, Lace Bonnets, Ruching,
Belts, Linen and Lace Collars, .ichus. Ties and everything generally
found in a first-class Dry Goodm, Fancy Goods and Millinery Establish
ment. You can get all you want as teasonably as saine goods can be bought
anywhere. - J. 0. BOAG.
Fixsh Arr vals Every Week
--AT T HE NEW~ STORE.
1DI'TONA L i'urpie of Pac'fic, Perthshire, Lattiee. Lace na victorin Lawns, CheciKed fln
I L e 1iqe IIru. O i t e .tc ltoa lace tiln sPrints, all in new st.yles, Long
ATIV I~ INA,SILK RtInLONS, at TEJN anmd TrwENTY-FIvE CENTs, woRTII TURRE
otir reuhsecs have been innde BEFORE TIlE TID)AI L wAVE IN PRICEs AND) AFTK~R ITS
SUIhIi)NC. in equ nce Os give oo 'ale t.yrcustolners for their ptttronage,
WYE SELL STRICTLY FOR CASH !
-DESPORTES& EDA 2NDS,
F. ETLDER & Co.
BESPECTFULLY beg leave to inform the citizens of Winnsboro ano
surrounding country that they are now in receipt of their Spring and
DRY GOODS IN ABUNDANCE
CLOTHING FOR EVERYbODY.
STRAW AND FELT HATS,
SHOES FOR MEN, LADIES AND CHILDIBEN
N~OTI N8 IN PRIOFUSION
AND LiNEN DUJcIKS,
All our Goods are fresh, new and pretty. We will take pleasure fa
exhibiting our stock to, any and overy one. G.ve us an early call.
OUR GROCERY STORE.
Is fnll and complete as it always is. Prices and Goods guaranteed, Be
sure to come to ace us, and you will certainly get your nmoney's wor h,
A.NEW supply of Family and Planta
16l bbla. ChoieNw Orleans Molasses,.~O~~
80 bbla. Choice Onba Syrup, besides other
graes. FLOUR. WE BEG LEAVE to inform our
Jackson' best grades Family Flour, customers and the public generally,
ALSO, that wve havo purchased from Messrs,
.A lot of Patent Family Flour-the best MeMASTER BRICE & CO. their
in the Bloro.
SUJGARIS. entire stock of
All grades, from the highest to the H RD11A lE
COFFE~ES. And that we will always keep on
Peaborry (something~ new), Rio andi hand a iFULLh AND SELECTED
Java. Also Parched io and Java.
PLOWS STOCK. All we ask is a trial) anid.
Donght beforo the adAe,an te yot i nd our stock and prices to
8ol<1 t the loos,posil pics
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