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The Hunters Turn Out witn a Locomo
tive and Cannon, and What Followed.
- From the Hvanston (Wyoming) Ago.
On Saturday evoning two men
who had started for the Black c
Hills en foot/ ca1o into town iii it
bia.' >4Af d, .y c10t
to'tff "adkA. -le \vas i a large
hol' in the snow, and, as they came I
along, stuck his head out. As they
had not. lost any bear they did not
stop to see whether thero were more
thui one nor how large thit o.
wa'. Tho neWsi"on' 'seid, an
despite the terrildb snoWrstorm, a
.1)111 ty of a lozen. or more was at
ono ready to stalrt for the scene.
Engino No. 25, run by W. *R.
Dickson, was brought into requisi
tion, and for fear there might be
moroibeard thith could bo' 6thnrivise
acomnodated, the- simpounder
piege of artillery that has long stood
guard over the Presbyterian church
was iounted on top of the tender.
All ,the old guns that could ,be got
together wore pirocured,' 'and, the
engi started. for the. plac6' Where
the snow would soon be covered
with fur and blood from a score of
lingo grizzlies. In a short time
the spot was reached, but the storin
had filled the entrance of the cave
with snow so that all that could be
seCn Was one or two heaps of dirty
snow. As soon as the. engine
stopped, Joe McManus, Mr. Earle,
Frank Foote, and Mr. Allen jumped
off to .catch the boar. "Where is
it ?" said Joe, and started for a
heap of snow that might be the
opening to the oave, but just then
he broke through, his feet proba
bly striking Bruin on the head, for
he at onco called for help. On
being drawn out it was found ' the
hear had secured one of his boots.
At thin juncture Johnnie Hoyt ' and
Jessie Knight, getting consikler'ably
excited, coniuenced to load the
artillery with lumps of coal c and
Joe lEdson heated the poker to
touich it oft : but it would not go.
Tpon,, examiation, it was found in
the hurry the powder had been
forgottel. The firearms they had
with thems were then brought into
req uisition, and the snow for ton
rods; square bored with bullets.
Tl'hie shovel brigade then turned
loose, hett upon finidinig Bruin if
had been kill by a train. Coni
cluding that must hauve been the
boar' t hat wa~s seent, the bravo hun
ters retturn'Jed home. :
Several persons who were out
yeskrdiy found a ground hog,
wich they conclude to have been
the supp)osodl bear.
Thioro are about 3,000 Chinese
boys in California, natives thereof,
who, when of age, will be voters,
An enterp)ris.ing man has bonght
the exclusive right to sell pop) corn
on the Centennial gronds for
A n Amherst mnan, who is some.
what a wag, wrote in his hat,
Gol, h, which, being translated,
ineans "the placo of a skulL"
(lhcago bankrllupts are much an
noyed b'y letters from peOople who
have-t fast trottors for sale.
An orang~e tree in Columbus coun
ty, Florida, presen1ts the uiu
spectacle of last year's fruit, this
year s crop half-ripo, and buds for
anuothier Srop) on its braunichies.
When you seo anything in a news
paiper that you think not wvorth p)ub.
lishing, remember that it takes a
good1 nuiny readersi to support a
* The Tweed suit is at an end, and
a verdict for the peoplo has been
rendlered for $li,537,117.38. Sheriff
Connor, who,it isi alleged, permitted
T1 weed s escalpe, has been arrested
on a charge of contempt of court.
At the funeral of an aged woman
in Preetown, Mass., recently, there
were presenoiit 9.1 grandlchildlron and
142 great-graindchildren, 'andl they
didn't all attend either.
There a 850 music teachers in
London, and co-operating with
thomn are 280 p~iano) makers, 50
organ builders, 12 flute makers, 10
v'iolin makers, 3 harp makurs and a
maker of guitars.
* Mr. R ohert ' IEdqWt, 6f Marlt, ro
county, a few days ago, while sitthi
on his nmule, shot a hawk sixty yards
* distant The gun dlid execution
bioth ways. 'The havwk' w'as' killed1,
and IEdomns kicked off his~ mule. The
hawk w ams a good sized onio, mnsur
* lumg thlree feet andn ten inches from
- tip to tip of its wimngs.
A (ecininial Walking Club has
* ~been1 foirmied at Norfolk, Va., and~
priopese: to st art on May 1, andI walhk,
to t ihe Cen'teniail, taking in its
comiiie I lie dill'eint hattleh grounds
of)rgiuon, Marybund anti P~ennsyl
Mr*i General Sheridan says it's
hard work to break a soldier of 'the
h tht. Pil. ouldhn'tknc th
nec'k ofthe botewith sb
whenev~er she wan.ml hi' t o
gIV EN e * gSwing
MIachinos, huniting calse watch
E es, volvet vests, ahd black silk
R dresses, freo with our Green
ok paaes. Send to Inventors' Union
73 Greenwich st tot New Y'rk.
AGENTS Medals and Diplomas award
ed. for H1olman's now PIC
TORIAL. BIBLES, 1800 Illus
WANTED. trations. Address for now
jreulars, A J IIOLMAN & CO., 930 Arch -
000 AOENTS, teachers, studentt, men
ai monine, wanted to soll OENTENNIAL. t
lAZE 'J'"iEt- of -the U. S. Shows grand s
rebuts of 100 years progress. A whole i
ibrary-.-llhifon 1. lobe. Not a luxury, but a
icessity- iter- Ocean. Bust selling Book 0
) pblished, want general agent in every
lty of 10,000. Address J C McCUR)Y &
.'. Philadelphtia, Pa.
j4 aYenoANcY or Soya !.x:iso."'
Ilow eitbeli ci rtiiy fas -inaite1
1 d gain the Icie nnl amlrifeotions of anty
>.rsou t.ey choose iisiantly. Thi.s sium
,ie, mental acquire-ment all can Possess
re. by zmaiil for 25c, together with ai
carriage guide. Egypt ian Oracle. Dreams
Ints to Ladies, Wedding Night.Shirt
o. A queer hook. Address T. WIL .
I AM & CO., Puba I'ldla l'a. .
- -.------ - Ii
A i 1J 1 Agonts for the best s 1
W1 .I .4 ing .Stationery Packt
igo in the world. It contains 15 sheets
>ater; 15 envelopes, golden pen, plen- 1
iolder, pencil, patent yard measure, and
p iece of jewelry. Single pnleloge, post
m d, 25ct, 5 for $1.00. Watches given
sway to all Agents. Circulars free.
Bride & Oo, 7)69) Broadway, N Y.
C0011011, COLDS8, 11U0alI8SE88
AND ALL TIHROAT DLSEABASE.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets
PUT UP ONLY IN 51.11R 1 ,XKs.
A T'l IVID AND SUR E 1il40DY. 1
Sold y Druggists generally, and
Yohnston Holloway & Co., Philadelphia
A FARM OF YOUR OWN
The Best Remedy for lari Times.
The Best and Cheapest
are on the line of the
Union Pacific Railroad
tecure a home now. Full information
seut 'rco to all parts of the world Address
0 F DAVIS,
La td Com'r U P It R. Omnalha Nebraska.
FULLER, WAI\REN & CO.
- IAUFQTJpBIR Q
The largest assortment
urnace in tle suuariket.
Otr new wood and coal.cooking Stoves
Me~et tho wants of every dealer.
Correspondonce invited. Price List
and Cut upon appliention to
FULLERt, WVARREN & CO.,
-236 Water Street, New York.
Just Received a lot nico unlcanf
vasmsed Hams, smuall sizes.
C. R. Bulk Sides.
A lot Fresh Augusta Flour,
R. J. McCARLEY.
U,'S. Internal Revenue
May 1. 1876, to A pril 30o, 1877.
ItE evised Statutes oIf thme United
-LStates, Sections 3232, 3237, 3238, an d
3'239, require every person engaged in' any
business, avocation, or emplloymonmt
which renders him liable to a SPECIAL
TfAX, to) lprocuEi and1 glaice con
spic(uousMly in lata ExtabI~~lit-.
muemt or place of Blisses,
a 'stamp denoting the payment of Iuai,1
SPECIAL TAX for the special Tlax Year
beginning May 1, 1876, before conmmene
ing or continuing businens after April 30
The taxes embraced within btho provis
ions of the law abovo quoted are the fol
Roeotifiers, $200 00
Decalois, retail liquor, '45 (i0
Dealers, wholesale liquor, l100 01)
Dealers in malt liqjuors, wholesale, 50 00)
Dealers in malt liquors, rotail, 20 00
D~ealers in loaf tobacce , 25 II0
-Reotai lealer* In leaf tobacco, 500 00
And on sales of over $l.000, fity
cents for every dollar ini exCOSS
Dealers iinmnfactured tobacco, 5 00
Manufaeturers of stills, 50t 00)
Anid for i'ech still manufactumred '.0 00)
And for each worm manufactured, 2t) 00
Maunufact rors,of tobacco, -10) 00
Mianufacarodof cirjai, -10 03
Peddlers of tolhbaceo, first class
(more thban two horses of other
animals), 50 00
Peddlers of tobacco, secondi class
( o horses or ot her a nihmalhs), 25 00
Paddlers of tobaicco,, thuird class
(one horst- or other animal), 15 00
Peddler9 of tob46co, fourth class'
(on foot or public conveyance) 10 00
luewers of less than 500( baurrel's, 50 00
mipwers of' 500( biaurels or muore, 100) 00
Any person so liaible, wholi shall fail to
compl)ly with the foregoinig requirenments
shall be subject tosovero penaldties.
Personas or lirms liable to pauy any of the
Spiil l'Taxe'sinamod -above ruust apply to
L CASS CAIRPEN TERl, Collseeor of inter
nal Rlovenume at Columibia.S. C., and pay
for anid proiedre the Special-Trax Stampj or
Stamps the, neid, prior to May 1, 1876,
and without further~ notice.
D) D PRIATT'
Cons issi 'der of' Internail Itevenuie.
OVuid o, i.rnal einre, ,
it C'~~4 ~ 'i. '.a i t
Geo. W. JJWllatus & Co's '
'he Bradley's Patent SuporpJfo.
'hb Palnotto Soluble Ae[ C
A VE been used by the planters of the
I South for ton years with matchless '
uccess. They scarcely need encomiumns
recommend their continued use. 'The
tandard of their excellence is guartanteed
nd their results provo beyond ques..
ion that overy planter who b) alive to his
wn interest sbould
PtLrclwan No Other Fetilizer. I
.0t Culumings & Co., Agents at
Vinnsboro, S C.
;tone Phosphate Co.
CIIARLESTON, S. C.
oluble Unano (Availi.ble Hone
L.HOS''IIATE of Lime 18-55 per cent.
Amnmonia 3j per cent. April 1st $44.
lovember 1st :$4t), Cotton .Option 1o5,
tddlings at - $i5.
teld Phbosphate, (Avallable l26:10
Phosphate of lime, 22-8:3 per cent. April
st $28, November 1st $3.1, Cotton Option
Aw' Special rates to Grangers on cash
rders. For particulars apply to
E U W ILLIAMS, Treasurer,
Charleston S C ,
) It Flenniken Agent at Winnsboro8 C
t S Desportes & Co, Agent at Ridgeway SC
E FRANK ' OES A'IlMONIA'ED
. BONE SUPERPHOSPIIATE.
laving been appointed Sole Agent for this
;tate for the sale of the above old and well
mown FERTILIZElt, we shall always
teep a full supply on hand. Orders en
rusted to our care shall meet with prompt
Tho merits of this Fertilizer are too well
mown and apprecinted to require a more 1
etended notice. Wo will only stato that
inch consignment is subjected to the
overest analysis. l'nd the original stand
rd is fully maintained. Dr. H. PINCK
'EY is our traveling agent, and any com
nunications to us through him shall have
ivory care and dispatch.
3 Commercial Wharf, Charleston, S. C
$10 PER TON.
IIIS GeANo was offered at. the close of
last season . Some 300 toins sold on its
wn merits as per analysis of Professor
lepard. As far as heard from results of
its application have been favorable. To
dose the balance of the cargo, I offer It at
1141 per ton cash, put up in new bags of
200 pounds. J. N' ROBSON,
68 East Bay, 1 and 2 Atlantic wharf,
jan 5 1 m Charleston, S. C.
Notice to Road District Overseers.
OFICE OF COUN'rY ComManIssenns,
Winnsboro, S. C March 4th, i87t;.
'TOU are hereby notified and required
to order out for three day~e wor-,
before the 1st of May next, on the public
highways, all able-hod ied anale persons
be ween the ages of eighteen and forty
tive years. Overseers will b)0 held to'a
strict aiccountablility for all nuegligende In
the worxing of the roads, for thle idllitag of
road hands, and for the time required for
work being wasted and tritted way, in case
ouch negligence or reumissness is not re
p~ortedl to this office. All public highways
muist he cleared out to the lawful widIth,
and piroperly dlitchled and drained. You
will also report to this oflice all persons
obstructing thme pulii roads, either by~
throwing therein brashes and rails, or in
any other mannier whaltso(*ver.
J . MES R. H ARVEY,
Cotny Coi missioners for
mchi 8-i4 Fairlield County.
Ofliec of C'onnty Coninauissioneprs
Wi~asno, S. C., Feb. I16, 1871;.
A LL persons holding claims againsi
thme Coiiunty' of Fairmfield. (ontracted
prior to October :1lst, '874, are notified to
hand in sealed bids for 'a settlement of thiei r
claimis, said bids setting fo~rthl what dis
count the htoheless will allow in settlement.
Sutch buids as are receivedl within th, irty'
dlays from dlate will lbe opened at the epi.
ration of thatd time, and clhr eks drtawn onl
the county t reasureir in Ifavor of those who
may offer the largest rate of discount. T1he
plan of settIlemient of t he last inldebted.
ness of the' cunuty, above spiecified, is re
quired of' un'd madech obligatory upoun the
counity ~cilmmiissioneirs bcy a joint resol i
tioni of the gen'ea lassemilbly' of' this statte.
a~lproved March /110th, 18', whitliich au
thlmri/.es the counity 'ommlliiissierls of
Ciareadont anud Fairfl- bI Counties to levy'
an~d colle't. a speicial tax ti 1pay past in
dlebtedntess of said counlt.ies, andl to r'egu
late tam manner of d1islbursinee the 53a1ne.
Chlairman of the TDoard
feb 1-1niof C. C. of F. C.
ASSIGNEE'S SA LE.
B y virtue of an order fronm the Hlon.
George S Bryan, .Judgo of thme
D~istrict t'curt, of the t!nited States, for the
District of South Carolina, I will ex pose to
public sale ait Winnsbuoro on sale day ila
A pril, the interest (Said to lbe on undiv'idedI
mearly owned in a tract of land at 4lstouth
in Fairleld (countiy, said t riet of land ly
ing~ on Broad River', immtediately below'
rilroa-t bridge, andulonitaininig oneO h..n
dlred and twenty acres, more or less.
T1ermis of sale: One-hialf caish, balance
inione y'ear, with interest froml dlate, scured
by bond and miortgage Purchaeser to pay
for papers. J. S. R..T'HOMSON,
Assignee of J. P. EIkin, Uankrupt.
imch II hA.tX
1' UBRI1'ATNG Oil I.inaced ')il, Keiro
-..J 5Qlno Oil, r astor 0tl, just received at
the Drm'g Storo of
W- E. AIKRN.
O NE Uarrol Oi nown as Residuum,
tee nbuildin ; or mnoro- particular
ly on lenco P'osts. -' r sale by
octL 21 W. E. J TEEN.
NOW IS TUE TIME'
T O MAKE your fertilizern of dianolved
.bone phosphate or acid phoe'phato
with cotton Mood, or the swee pinga of yohr'
p~oultry houseu. Wo sell these phosphates.
Bradley's T'atent Phosphate, Ptlwan
Ouano, Hardy's (Guano, an d Euroka Guano,
ltichigoid Advrti1e .
Petlbott A Sons.,
Elro'k'c Ik'bine Works,
RIO wowN VA.
ANUFAdT1 E1of Steam Engines
Iand- Boilere, A gtoultnral Engines,
irqulpw Saw Mills, Griot, Park and Plas
a Sllt ihafting, Hugers and Pulleys.
1 t'4toVNE TURBINE WATER WHEELS.
VM. E-rrENoEI. .H P EDMUND.
Ettenger & Edmond,
NA ANUFAC'TURER'4 of Portable and
Ltationary Engines and Boilers ot
Il-kinds, Circular Saw Mills, Grist Mills,
illi Garing, Shafting, Pulleys &c.*
AMEIoAN TUJIDINE WATEn WnNRL.
aIerol's Sp,-ciavl Steim Pumps
- Send for Catalogue.
G., F. WATSON.
i'urniture Works and Lumber Mills,
1OTTAGE , Bedsteads. Chamber and
L .Parlot Furniture, Lounges, Chairs
tc. Manufacturer of Walnut and Cheaper
ard woods, no soft pine usel. Cottage
nadsteads and cheap Mattrasses laeding
Canal Sweet from Sixth to Sree to
NGINES, Portable and Stationary.
.J aw Mills. Grist Mills, Boilers, Cas
ings of Brass and Iron, Forgings &c.
Agricultural Iron Works,
n all Its branches' sone by experienced
Improved Portable Engines,
or driving cotton gins, threshing ma
chines, separators, grist mills &c.
k number of second hand Engines and
Boilers of various patterna, in first rats
}rder, on hand. Itopair work solicited
tid promptly done.
Wm. E. TANNER &'CO,
j- AfM the agent nt eleven Fire Insuranee
. 'ompanies whose cozemhined aseSC
exceed 411 million dollar a. : hort rate.
Anunal and terma policies iianed. Coun try
iwelling ri..kd a pecialty Oil nouse
risks taken at reasouahle rats'.
.IAS. W. (.AW, agent
QC t..UITY i.ife Insurance nnd A inuity
)Company. A usete $1,449 108.2.5
'.ife. Non-I.,rfeiture (in ten payteritd.)
tudowuiient and *nnuiry I olicies issued
o1 the roet favorshle terms.
4AS. W. LAW, Agent.
eTO EK3r . 'DI.& ..
lImportor and Dcenler in
EN.GLISHI and A MERIC~A N
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Iron, Steel, Nails, Catings, Mill Stonen.
Bolting Cloths, .umut. Maschineus, Cirenlar
Saws, Mill I rons, Engar Pains, Carriage,
Building andis Trimming Materials, Indie
Rubber arnd Lather Belting, Carpenters,
Blackisti and Tanners' Tools, lionse
keeping andt Furinishinug Itirdware, Agri
cult uradli Imlem~tents, Lime (Cemen t, Plas
ter, Paints, Oils, Frencht anud American
Window Ghiss, Gunns, Rifles, Pistols, -hot
Bells, P'owde r Flasxks, Powder, Shot., &c.
Whlolesaulo anud I'etail at the sign of the
Golden' Pad Look.
t L U31EI A, S, C.
r 8 hereby givenf that W. C'. Gladden.
. adin tistrator ofr the esacte of 8ilas
Gladden, desceaised, has app'ied to John
Dickey, Esq., Judge of Probate for the
counuty of Chester, for a final discharigo as
admuinistrator as e'foresaid .
It is orderetl that Monday. theo 3rd day
of April, A . D). 1876. be fixed for hearing
petition and a fintal settlement of saidl es
All legatens interested will meet WV C.
Gladdlen int Chester on day above namiedl
Gliven uinder my hand id seal, Feb1rn'
ary 14. 1876. .JO)HN D)ICIEY,
mneh 7 Probafte Judge, C C,
k'resh Garldenl Seedx.
At~ Futl supply of frsesh (harden Sonde
~1. andi Onion Sota just in.
jan 16 MoMASTEC &IBRIGE.
Ties ! Ties ! Ties!~
A Lot of IBeard'b Lock TIie~s
at 5 3-4 cents pe 11)., at
GR ASS ~SK2D:
Red -top Grass Seed,
Hungarian Grass Seed,
Red Clover Seed,
For1 sale at the drug Rtor-o of
W. E. AIKEN.
The nest HIousehold 011 the in World
C. WEST & 80NS' A LADDIN SECURITY OIL
WA It Rf'ANTff rsol)f l Of Es ruitE TEST.
Endorsed by the' 1iGe Insurance C'ompeaiu.
g0-- Reall the follewiag certincate, selected
trou'i many olte:
10i HI E INS. COotf A t TIMORE
.~D-ecembe r 2.1, 4
MIerse. 0'. We.gh4idas:
(eIiadleen-flavCing uiecd the vastrops niin mold In
'hit eIty for Ill umeuuilsth petpnaesu I'take pleasurre tin
Ctueon ttneini ynut''AdI~un Merenriry"l as the safest
and host ever used( In enur hornschold.
Yeets Tlrtuly. .. .. *
Signed) ANDiaEW REESEi, Pres'g.
IT WILL NOT E~XPLODE.
0. W E.'T & SONS,
Ask ,rour atore'keeper for It. Wb'niensaie Itepot
- - 1.nard MreB lio
ARE NOW SELLING THEB
)F FALL AND WINTER GOODS
AT: EXTRA BARGAINS,
TO MAKE ROOM
4-4 Bloaohod iHonespuns at 9, 10 and
Brown Hornenliuns from 6 to 11 cents.
Heavy Plaid Ilouespuns at 12 cents,
Calicoon L, 6, 7, 8 and 9 conts.
In fact, they are soiling ail at
WONDERFULLY LOW PRICES
They would ask especial attention b%
Choir Stock of
Hats, Shoes and Clothing,
which they are solling undeniably Cheap
AT ANY PRICE.
Hardware I Hardware
A new lot of Hardware just arrived,
consisting of everything gener
ally found in a Hard
Nails, Swedes Iron and Stool, as oheal
as can bo bought anywhere:
A lot of Steel Plows of every description
Beaty, Bro.& Sor
AND) FOR SALE
10,000 yds. Stalnd ard Domeci
tic an~d Borneo Bagging.
700 bundles Arrow atz
100 lbs halinig Trwine.
50 kegs Naiils, alssorted.
4 dozen Axes.
A lot of Wooden 'Ware, Shoe
and1 a general assort
AT BOTTOM FIGURES
Chnariotte, Colu mn binl. & A ngust
Cor.i'sNs:A. D~ee. 19. 1876
TpiiE following P'anuenger Schodul
. 'heruin over this roa.1 on an
alter isi dates:
h~eaye Aiguita, Gas. at 4.15 p
"Columbia. 8, C., 9 2!0 p
'' Wiushor, 12 00 p
"Cheiser, 2.1)0 ' ,
Arrive at Charlote, N. C. 6.1 Ia ?
1,eave (Charlott e, N C. at 9 40 p)
"Chsosser, 12.06 a.
" Wannslorn, 1.865 a,
" Columbia, 3.45 .
Arrive 41 A ususa 9.00 a a
.JA8. ANDJER -ON, Gen'l '.upa.
Glen. Passenger and Tiokel A gen
TheIu Alas Insurance Comlpanly
Capital p~aid up - - . $200,000.
Aneta (market valte) - 523,168.4'
J. H. SPrnAUE. Prec't.
E. B. HuxI'rwcooN, Re.
TIUS company haa atendily won its wa
to aucces~s, until it now ranka with thos
institutiona which have giveni Hartfor
such a reputation for hioeaty and fai
dealing in undorwriting.
JAR. W. LAW,
UNPRE OE DNT E D
Dral Celltrai DryL
MI C C I E E I, ,
P! All the departwents of our extensive
Goods, which we otfer at lower prices than
Standard Prints, at 5 cents a yard. YAt
yard. SP iLNG DIIE-8 GOODS at 124 cent
tn plain, plaid and stripol, at still lower
Cassiuores for boys' wear. Notions, Enibro
Underwear, oto., receiving daily. A full line
new Htyles of handles.
Wo tare receiving now and choice Stvles o
which, for quality and clieapness, beat all fit
for gents, is the most becotuing dress for th,
Our resident buyer in New York is ever on
customters will find it to their advantage to c
(RANI) CENTRAL DRY C
mare M'CREERY, L
IESE rell-known Manures of high gra
J IAVENEL, are for sale at, rucltned prices
For descriptive 0irculars containing full i
gSi' CUMMtNGS & 0A), Winnsboro, S
J A RIGIIE & CO, Yonguosvillo, S C.
FAMILY & PLANATION
LIVERY '& SA LE
Wheure we conlIstnnlltly keep 'on
1inliti a fillyf Stiipply Of'gCHod
Horses & Mules,
- POR -
And Dealer Ia Commercial Fertilzers.
~r F you wish choice A jples, P'aananas.
Oranges and Lemnons low for cash,
PIERREn BACOT, Agent.
N T HERIJIIN Cabbagen, Onions ann
.L Irish Potatoes selaeited for table nu at
PIERIIE iACOT'S, Agent.
GLuh.Pearl Oysterad A rrow-7
root Crackers inst arrived fresh at
PIERRtE ]IACOT S, Agent.
RjlEMIH Cand es, Cocoanuts, Ahnon'ds,
J'Walnuts aL d Butter Nnts at
PIERRE BACOTr R, Agent.
J. A. Fraser, Agent.
amsi agent of the following well estab
l. lihed lire (insurance eomu lanies, and
recommend themn to pr~opeC ty ownieh- as5
worthy of thxeig contidence. Propecrty
insured at adequate rates.
The Fire AssocIation of PitIa.
ShIiphia-Incor'piratedI in 1824$.
Assets over $3,000,000.
, The 'i tizenR' 1lusurance ('oml muy
of Newar'k N. J.-- Organized in
1869. ipital $2,o00,000, As
sets over' 50,000.
-The Petersburg 8aving, and Inl
51 uane Company of Petters
ri Call on mae and insure your lwroperty
r without delay. Country' buildings a
JNO A FRlAREIl Aron
B5AR GiuA I INEC.
LOVE dt, CO.
honsao havo boon replonilied with Spring
thev have ever been mohl at.
DL i'IE1)COtDE) PIQUES at 124 cents a
4 a yard and up. A full line of )omestics,
)ri'ces. Cottonaldes, Stuimer .loans and
derius, H (andkerchietf, Hosiery, Glover:,
of Cotton and Silk Umbrellas, in all tho
f RlOIOTS and S11OES from our buyer,
rmer seasons. Our CENTENNIAL SHOE,
ifoot wo have ever noen,
the alert for bargains to ship us--so that
ill ovry day at thu
..OVE & CO.
le munde ut d- .r the eupervision of Dr. StI
>n limuite~d terms.
nformnition and pricest appjly to
15 AgeitM, Cil.leaton11 S. C.
, R UFF & CLOUI), R ids..way, S C. an I
Buildirlen1ir und u; ,!it.r . 6.k
/radet, .'we Ri/,s//udtrjk l.ire G:am,
Stateacrd A.,IrEle4Abn/les: AerandD,.sin
7itpWhite ]'*e,Ws/ant Hareyfumber
All 1i'or!. lrr.rn/ed.
Send forPriee lt. A
LI H. H ALL & CO,
3fana/.aurers & Dflerr.
24,.8, .0. ir ret Street.
CN ARALESTON', S.. O.
Iron in the BloodT
MAKES THE WEAK STRONI.
The .PeruvianSy rup, aProtec$-.
ad Solution of thee Fotoxide of
Iron, is so combined as to have
the character' of an aliment, as
easily dligested anud assimnilatedl
with the blood as the simplest
foo~d. It increases the q uantiSty
of Nature's Own V'taliziny
Agent, Iron in the blood, and
cures "'a tho-essand ills," sinpl~y
by Toning up, Tnvi gorat~ingj and
1 italizing tlae Sy/stem. The en
,icheed and vitalized blood per
-acates every part of/the body,
repairing damages and waste,
searchiug out mnorbid secre-.
tions, and leaving nothing for
<lisease to feced upon.
This is thee secret of the te'on..1
derfud success of this rCfeest in
cnring Dyspepsia, Liver C.om..
plIaint, Dropsy, Chronic iare
Chlls, and 'evers, Ilmuno.
Loss of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of the Ridnelys - and~
Bladder, Femnako Complaints,
and all diseases orlginating in,
a bad state of the blood, or ac-.
comnpanied by debility or a low'
state of the system. Jecin g frec
from A lcohol, in any, form, its'
encerglzing c/kcces, are not fol,
lowved by cor'respondlng r'eac~.
tion, but are p~ermnanent, nf a.
sinfg str.ength, -vigo,', and l new
life Into all parts of the system,
and building up an Iron Con..
* Thounands ha ae been changed'
by the esse of t/Us remcd y, from
weak, alc1kly, sUffe,'ing c rea
fures, to strong, healthy, and
hapf)j~y men and~ women.; and
invalids CannHot reasonablU bcs
itate to (live it a trial.
See that each bottle lha. P ERU.
VIAN SYR UP blown In the glass.
SETH W. FOWL.E & SONS; ?roprietorse
No. I Milt ns Place, Monton,.
WE. thu unidersigned, desire to in
fo trmt t-hu citizens of Winnsborofl
and iiity that we haive assoia~ted onr..
lves01 undler the tiri nalIllo of -Jonaro'gC g
l1 aTzqIuw, a1114 will keo1 e onstantil e
hanid a latrge stouck of fine Iahinkies, Wa e
Gill, &O. Also McEwnnaR Scotch Ale
Guainness' DublIn Porter anid ito ta4
(linger Ale MAo a large stoo~k 4s Ii ots
antd everything usuallly1 kep t in4 a tit -classu
houseo Thlanit tal for the lIbteral paltronagn
lbetrliwe-d on the~ old honacB, we liolicit a
conlttfnnance0 of the at~o.