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ATIJUDAY. APRIL 91.
r.TU.WA. AI'kt. 21, . - j$$
(uLs A. JDoVGZA,ij
01.VRIf WIPND 'T.L 1101mES recntlv
e'liverll a billian address before tle 1
1-ineteentl Century Club it- New York
vityv on the'llo anld wryiltings of Italph t
I.E M,'TANLEY MA'T111W8, Of thO
Vilted-tte4 Snprioe Oourt, lost five
cildreii in one month fi-om scarlet
ivil )a nd. now hilI youngest surviving
olrr is at tic poilnt of (leat I '.
T,,, evidence inl thle 81ar-rct(p trialsI
ha1ts bieel brou,rSHt .to a close at last, ald
Itrtillieit of counlsel will ble heard alld
0i-Aso will then go to the Jury. with
ihf esllt it Is impossible to Predict.
TE c'Aronice and Constiulionul
'.l clainis that Joe 1rady, recently
(-10nVicted li Dubli of tile murder of
Cavendisli and Burke. ivits for somo
'earts a resident, of Angusta, and that
h,e marri8d h well knoii Idy of that,
THE DAnville (IKy.) Tribm26 Says:
"The child is not. yet born who wifi
live to see a t1c-Imocrat elected Presi
(lout of the United States o tile plat
form (f a tariff for revenue only." Ii,
the Democrats ftil to win oil that,
platform, success to the party will Me
Ilt.: MQS-r, Ole Celebrated Socialist,
is ('xpeiell to deliver a lechire in
Washiigtoli shortly on tile subject of'
'"Labor and Capital." He says that
lie iew-papers have treated him i un
justly-that lie hats never advised tutu
dei, robbery and the burning of grana
iis a charged against him.
ANi) Dublin lits witnes-eid tle trial
aA conviction of an1other supposed
1-r111derer of Cavendish iand Burke.
trial v.is elided oni tle 1.4hi
ills., anld the juiry, 1l'tr ill abselnc of
a few Iniiutes, retiriIed a verdiut of'
guilty as indicted. When asked it' lie
had amthimg i9 say why tle seifeice
of death should not be :issed upoil
him, Culvy said that lie loved his coni
try and could suiffb For lier. H1e de
clared that the witie-ses who had t
tifled for the CroWin had perIjured Iem
elves. The prisoner admit(ed hat le
vas a Fenian. After lie laid fliished
Jis rpevch lie was sentenced to be
han,ged oil May 18. As the oflicers
w*ere taking him froil (lie dock lie
(1i( ou(lilt in a oud voice 'God save
Ini the rmany Volumeas thiat hats bceon
written u1pon the so-called utbread
bare1" subhject of educat,ion, it, is marti
Vellonusly stningc that so little is found
111)on thle v'ital implortanco of' a is
aliil jiiious dis4ciplinie iii our schools.
ncsiycarries c'onvlictiont of its
truth, and the pr'oposition is irrecto.1
wvith thie heart.y concessionsi of' tlou;:ht
Iil minds1 ini evCiy ection: of the c-.hm
Itry. iut the real diflienit.y is met wit hI
in the solution of the pmrolem1-, ''lat
kiind of (disciplinei. should lbe r'esor'ted
to ?" In our answver' to thle piuerv pro
poeunlded, we shall expect to inee't with
Ulpposit ion, 'or (lie opiiionis eltitetainied
will dioubtless i'tln cot1uiter' to thle itie
jndices of' tihose who advoc'ato I hie ever
prescent andi( ci''astIing efhlenacy of the
Th'le idea seemis tod be prevalentI that
corplorail h)iuiishmnent is at niCeessarvi
compiIl(eent of discipline ini tie school
rooin, antd thait wit hou t adin iisterinig
its (loses at regular and1 stated initer'
yals, inanaugerniNut and goodI order' are
Smnpossible1. Is thie t heoiry c nunciat ed
true or false? Can It be shown thait
Ih li tlIiict.ioin of corporal puitishmienit,
as a rutle, is niecessary' to thiir.good
ordler and well be'ing? Oni thle con..
nrary, will not the observ~at ion ant ex
plerienice of many t houghtful and suc
ressful teachers bear' its out. in the
asser'tioni that a resort to sutch ext roe
piinhiiment is not 6nly tuiinecessah y,
U lii f ~bt that othlenra'mode, or co1frectio 101u11ni
o1ther,'systemIis of' dIiscipl)1iino have been
founiid'o be) p1'lroductive of A'rehf'4t h*'i
('fit and(1i mpoviI1Leent bothI to t.cacher'
and to pupiil?
To adminiister at soutuli, ft'ist"efans
flogghlig to thle little urchiini, who ha'ip
peans to be uinable at &irs to memaoirizo
lie drhy p)aes (If' his innusty old gramii
tan, is to say it mildly, thoolish ini lie
igg (lie objects (ot ifs Infliction, drives
W hat might ) oterwise have been'i leasi
ant atnd agreeable to himii, laud othler
and1(milder' iuethods bci 'en rsorted to,
no(w Iecomiesi irksomo-andt bui'densomie,
iad ai'otind the mys'terious jar'gon
-clusters the Vivid r'e4o)ldeCionis of' a
.ypain/'ul a'st'. WithI his books he natu
rally associates the flogging as a ncees
sary concomItant, anid thun's step by
Atep, wIth the kidly (?) assistairco of'
his even-itempeedi'( (?) ltst-iittoir, bi
moves alon1g the highway of lazino.j i
tantil ho reaches the point' Where the
cr'ueltles of the rod ai'e in fluitely prie-'
fer'able to the tiresomex labors of tift6'
We speak from experience, both as1
teacher- and pupil, and of the
1te'particularly. It 'is submItted
n1 aill canudot' that it w'othd be better,
aye, tenfold better, to eliminate the
dnd-disciplino fr'om our schools iiti'e
y anid resort to methods that will
~pel to theo higher and nobler ith
ylsge Q*g (Je pupul,. if thec teacher
ii hulibed the prope binthfididt oi
uR Work lot him. Conoy. - it to his
vholars, and with judicious aid ki
,reatneut the sehool-roomn will he'come
Mt ractive, study, a playthipg, and the
>y hfiuself will Soloe the probleM
ithia owni: ejicalonI For thelucor
'giblo, illianageable mid Irropressi
10 suspension or expulsion will servo
ill the ends of good government.
Tn bontiriiation ot our' views upon
lie subject under discussioni we give
1pecimieu extracts from the report of
lie Coi0umiissioner of Educationli for;
879 as to (lie condition auid' manage
liont of schools in im1porail. localities:
The report from tie puiblic sohools
)f Elmira. N. Y., says: "There was In
natler of discipline a tenidency to
ypial more to the highor nature8 of
mupils rather thanl resort to corporal
mishment, aml during tie year a
low impilse has been given the schools
-cholirs more0 punctual and orderly."
i, rom Brooklyn the i' fjirt cwontinies:
(Good order was m1ainItiied Without
.ccoirlse to corporal punlishincit.; manly
whose tiruianl-Y and ill-deport ment Were
previouisly the cause of' serious com
plaint not only attended regularly, but
showed a1 coiirespoiidiig improvement
in deportment, and scholarship."
Ii New York city corporal punish
ment is firbidden b'y law, and discip
line is reported coiimidal fe.
Recourse is had to the better facul
ties of thd' childreii-kept conslantly
ninployed-their studies made attrac
live. Uminangeable puipils are sus
pelided, anld, if Imcessar-y, expelled;'
the number of Suspensions arc decreas
Tht1G are Siiificant and telling
igries, anld certaiily ougti to be suil
ficient to put those who ditUer with us
on a line of ipliiry. We will be glad
to hea.r from the teatchers upon the
TlE FRCAKS OP VASI1ON.
tes% of Very Ormt Intereat to the Uidles
--Wint to wear, ani How to Wvear It.
.y.isnr. Adi/ors: I believe it was
the 'oet Laiurete who sug of spring;
who said, .jstly or uliujlstly I cannot
say%, that. "11 the spinlg tle young
m:ii's fancv lightly tuns ) Ihougits
of, ovi," and tle p:i'ldy which changed
"llovu" in:to cc!r punt1 Lr.d a
truer or lit least a deeper iisiglt into
h11i1auii ialurie, Avoll's iniii1oi t. Il Bard
to flhe- contrrynotit,tadig--%o
I"ove very ofben !Zper.ks thron0.gh Oce:k
ured pants or, filuwy nektivs,
David Coiplrlivid was not ilhe firs41
for yet (lit last who) spet his eaniings
il th;e pici111se of "tigli:'ed vests' for
the lclight of' hiS Dora's eyes. Nor
dlo our. brot.lers st"al 1!one il ihis
love of'-dreoss, for' where is a t rue
en1.1( pffl( clotlhes? Who udoes not
hier stylie and1( to seem a part, of lher
Ever' sinec thle tim wh1 ~len o!.d mot her
miakinig andl(11S constructeda gowni whlich
wvould throwni Woitih into a fit of' the
"'orrors, the heart of wvonmni lhas
t~i ir (edii naturall y to dreCss as I he p)leas
ittLl anid by' l' the miost saitisihetory'
wayV of' expre'ssing. any inuite appr1'e
ciationi of harnioiny of colors5 or love of'
the beaulirul, not nit the Wile wayi~,
whch she miay' possess. Siich aL l>ve
11u1 'y easi ly be gra'utified1 this swinog.
Th'Ie i'khest pal lette couild no-t aifend a
greatir Vaiity o'f tilits, t he w hole
ganuIiit Of' color's I isiu, and14 Cvery
shadie fromn rich' ter'ra-cotta anid glow
ing rced on tiw6a ~i "'crushed straw
berry"' and4. "d(egs of wine"' (o '"sea
shll pink"IC and "'vert do Nihe"' is seen.
see in proson-h.n ad1laied
stie and1 ecketd, vie wbi each
of' two malterials ini t hese costiiines is
lie isule, buit thie suit of' all one, color
is by' 110 meia discardedc.
TJhie plain tubiis will lie used for
skiirts withI large plaits a111 Ithle br'oche~d
oir chec0ked tor pol oinaises, tuanics,
Louis X V. vests, 1Dir'ectoiroe redingotes
aund Maruiie Anlto iette .us un cops'.
1me' w'nar, will be4 lrirgely uited in thle
coining sea;on. They are iimuface
iture oxprenossi fort t his us a ndi '10C114
arex smioot h, thini niousseli ne velve'ts,
either'' phing i'i figued 0or ' ciseless'.
IBut to tiin i Lroma thos.'e faic awhIicl
weailth to 11hose wivibl suit, theit slender
pilrse of' nun1y "l''a hia's w i'l a lng ped i
greu" wh~ hiais first to e'out thle (11)ihas
anid thlen select thie growni o suit tha~
iumpi ht. F"or these we0 see soft. woo)len
stua fT which nthpt thiemiselves to soft,
('lin;inig tohls, and1( which iianoE nleil
deslpise', for (lie daiy hais pa1i"d 'lion
n0 (on1 wats ha lady wh wore iot, silk
Checks anid Scotcoh plhiid1 arue s'tIl in
v'ogtie, aluil iin fact the fur'or' for1 themii
seentis lantdiminishekd. Th'le mlost popiu
Ian tor' the sunnnter' will lbe the Scoich
lilalids ini whlich t wo colors ar*e .,ho,vii
-w~hite and black, whlito and1( bltte,
white and1( louter, 1)11k and1( grauy,'and
mii'y ofther contraI'hsltig yet hairimoii
w/ingi colors'. These can be made4.1 up1
iiit 0fresh 111nd becointg su1its, whI ichi
wVorn it h a smaizll ca poleIo hap oi
i'oughi strawv, (lie shad of11 vI ~otlr co5
t11me, silk iiuottsque'taire0 gloves atlso
mialching, a tinv linen collar11 and hlots
ptf satin ibibon'-No. 9i-vou are en.
-rcy/ for1 iahnost any place04.
Thleire is a marked adherence to
n.nni's-veiling anid aer'g. D eep "sag
ginag" Louis1 XV. puif's develop well in
thiese muateiahls. These 1puff1s appeari
no6t. to be a aissing fa ncy ; it, sedms as
tioughi they havo come to staly among
l's; so why, not mlake the Iluost.of' (them?
Embroideries of alt kinds ai'e used,
It sboims, on over'ythilig; we cani f11nd
thluei' ''nuie by hum ianity made b
maochinos, n'ndf made by dlit aiies.'
You can suilt youir fancy, biut unless
vou lave a full purllso select (lie secondI
varlety'. The sIlk wrouight Is .used
hiefly onl costumies corresponidinig In
~olor' anid texture,- but thlo Madeira,
[Iumibur'g, thie hanid-made 0or coar'so
inbLrida4ge iumiiig Irish po'nt, are
aoo,n all e on silk sd( sati' vi;
Inretty vpig surit isofpn
Ie (lg nU .Iv riideryi tlin pe*
shade-a ehelIl ink." A es
lowei skirt Is made I this way l A full'
roe9quili (1, piIllid.m onoth ilde Is 64
the lOwbirOdk of' thle SA Irt; abot,Itl
is.a dorubleo*-plailte,d floultce't O
eight .iaiwh,es$ ~ , edged with t 'e
bodery. 1 a a saggIn u ab 1,t
the saine width, above whic arn three
frill, conliposed of .tlio.ei broiy
Usel*, abolli tilio itich6s in Wijth.
Thenl aother saggiing p11t I try'lo
narower than the first, vhich teril
Iates inl rows of shirrin which ex
tend up to the waist.. vorths. is
''worl awpanier polo'al,4 w thp
palilers- cAt high. iand full. Th*' ."e
edged with enibrldory put on bi.
Th.e mck is cut polinpaldour anui If
desAlIr(I I-h1. Fleeveg 6P61 off0dh; Ifo\qt,
ttley aro Cut long aId close, and th&
' set-shell )ICink" peau deo suede groves
are drawn over thei. Throo oes of
pearl buttouq, the. shape gf. :he "bell.
buttons" wlii&. .6i6ined so xv'l last
winter" ros6 file front. A lat'ge bow'
of watered satitin ribbQI,shItde of cos
tinmic, is placcd ,At. ffio biik of the
neck; which with' -'emliiet of pink
Ipple blossoms or )iik-tinted N nttlfr
i0ios isuch ean bo laid at a millilier's
ptin1. ci, the- left sidp of t.he cor age
complet(es tis toilftf.p atl udet
tho thoighit thnt sea-alell pink was
color In wICh Venus Ahr0ito
clad by Motier..44atvre be V she
IrOOse frOin the se, 'Iiad aCt l'world
aiglow. TAis snit can by1 pado of nuva
!oored Imaterial; vcn. >0 Nil- .s
specially piretty. Btut even so simple a
pariv (css is 0t of the reach of 1naiy
a "buinlic hassi", who loves, as ivel
as ler nore fIrttniate sister, "to mix
lin tho mazy". Let such reinemb' i
linit .dhwted Awiss is celiap, wears well
alder washes so as to be "ilmost as good
a11A v" and thalt a ctslumel of 1.his8,
wil i black hose and opera-toed' slip
'id 3tine roses froin Nature's
oWil, -i.ore OIl, with it light heart ulid
wilulsotl ifla ttiers, iiake you "do" for
all CVCniIg's citertai ninent Where von
canl, without fear of d(triment to your
gow n, hW '.l jolly wood time."
I cin11114( close w iritoult a word Conl
cernilnog thes0 itilor-m11le suits which
are nreafi,ty such t furore, much to
he terror andI disuIietilde of the
t'iiale dressiitkers; yho fear being
supplant(ed by tihe tilor's. These suits
are cloth1 go'armnts, close fliting and
nially Tfissed. T.ie are the most
styi.h willking drests/Sl'd a strictly
iasl<uo.tble womiai wold not be w%itli
ont oli-. They are also beinc mado ii
Fl'it Colors andl white, .jund WilI be
quitiie polplar it the scaAide fi6sorts and
in the moutitain. CaiS vesses. Thyv anr
ill aidditioi to bein stylish; ei nsible
aild are usually nmade inl fon'r l'>cdei,
skirt., over-skirt, basque lin(] outside
cont, which is ulsed t'or out(door we'ar Ill
col weather. ie basque is ccti ii
che back like a mn's frock-c6t 6 .]
up 1he middle seamn to withini an inch
of the waist, while the two scams next
the side fir1ns 1111) (ver anid are pre'ssed
flat. The sleeves are cut hiiglh-gath
cred into the Atrii's eve antd padded st'
ats to be kept upl), very close all the war
down, ald no cull's. Tle oily admis.
sible 11iiinLliifg iS m11ohair )a'liid inl
either black or colors Imlatelhillg the.
costumie. Terra-cotta, Aciijou and
TIelegrapih Blue arc fauvorito colors for
these tailor-made su.its.
A Vo-rRE GRE.
Col mbhau 8. C..
ropular Ciergyuaan Under' a Mlel.
It was ini the Yosemite, 01n a steep and
ruiggedl1( mntaina road. Tlhe party muu..1
hi'ed about a dozeni, anid the joilliet of all
was a weltl-known domInie.. Somihehowv or
otlheit his mnle atmnbhtled and rolled over
ando over, thme domuinie elinging fast to hinm.
Wmhen they caime to a stop the mlule was on
top. I otli the doinile and1( the miule were
bly brised. One oif the party happened
to, have a bottle ' f PtanY l)A vrs's PAIN
Kiim.I..- ,a a few hours they wore ready
to p'roce'ed oni their jouriney. *
-If oni dlon't waint to freeze when its
iol; stifTer froim e'xessi Perspiraitionu
when its wvarmo-nse Briown's ironi Bitters. *
EVERY DAY in the Year.
K I L LE R CONTUSIONs,
IS T HE SCALDS,
DRUGGISTS KEEP IT
'1 TEN TION
IS CALI.,nt To'&RFSll ADIIrONS
TPhe Celebrated "Broliewlk" JNtrEs-try
Ocean Gem Mack"rel.'
I Sant Lul. SaInt Lordis'( Teef.
l>orcdtd Amnericani Sai nIies,
Fresh Cheeso. li oii oi
Fresh A pples; In gallon cans.
Bartlett Pears, ( ninees.
1( rated Pinea pie Peaches.t
"WVInslow's" Succotash-first paucked.
I"Davis Lestor M~anor" Tiomnatoos-h,and
Crosse & Blackwehh's CJhow-Chow Pickles.
ini ported Worcestershire Sauce.
Bakers liriata.Condensedl Milk.
Fresh Snow-Flakes. ..
A lot of H[andledl Ioes and GraIn Cradles'1
A LL CllEAP FOR CASII.
LL KMTT TTY.
RO1> iTER. n h
isg iy using ioWj
IROM ' )3lI*'ERS. In thq
Wi-hte it strengthens and
9arms e the s
pring. kesiriches the blood
d conq rsdise ; in the
uMmer it.gives tone tb the
neoes d digestive organs
in tii l nables
*yStOrt W .0 $hoc
j dway can. disease be
o Mrely prevented as by
keeping tho p.stem in per.
t condition, biROWN
UON bLTERS 'ensures per
feet. 'iealth' throun the
changIng season6;it disarmd
the danger from impur"
w vhter and rniasmatic air.
ana t reVdqs:Cons0mp
tion,K i ney ahid Liver Dis.
, . S. .erfi, Esq., of the
yellk'6wn firm of H. S.
Ipitk Building, Washing
ton,.P1. C., wi Dec. 5thf
A,n*r ilon i ie&1 pie
ure in stifloithat I have use
Brown's Iron Bitters for ma.
laria and nervous troubi '
caused by overwork, -
Beware of imi atons.
Ask for BROWN'S IRON BIT-S
TERs, and insist on having
it. Don't be imposed on
with- something recom
mended. as "just as good..
The genuine ii made only
by the Brown Chemical Coc
~WE 1.1iA V
Buhy the GESER ENGINE and SEP.
-fli' fR fronl
S. if. EL LIOTT, Sr.
W hav e tried them and know thei
Yq pootI, and would not sell themi if we d
'The e1lk 1nowA,
. "N1IOTT GIN"
C) ha(v(A Cle (111om (e es. -
Now ia the~ tinte to bring in OLTD GDI
X.ND FEED STAB3LES
RORSES, MARES AND MULE
TIWENTrY-TW~O head1 of fat Kenttue
nule10 jus:t arivedI in additioni to stock
Iandi. 11r(ke and1( unbr1oke mulnes fr<
.hree~ to ii. ygears old1. 1 also haive sCve'
rood potih of hiorses anel someu flue co
>lned h;orses, well gaited and flueu drive
11nd so1ne good miares and1( a lot of p1
muIes, .11ebq I W1.1) sel cheap for CA.S
>r' on tilhe tint4 tudt fall,. b' >ersons mne
nag me1 saf,isfactory pape)(rs, either by w~ho
ale or retail. Great Iinduicemenits offer
,0 caish buyerse I defy comipetition.
WINu1 o, S. C., Feb. (6. 1883
D)PENIN G TI1S D)A)
H1ams, Shoullders mfl'd hakfasV Strips.
Draied Beef an~d I8molked Beef T1onigues,
'iekledi Ood ish and Snow.Drf Cod fl
3hoice H[ysoii Trea and v oy Fin'e' ]iigil
Creamu (Juedse and Macaroni.'
Parlchedj( and1 GreeiY off'ees.
Wtith a good iuanyother nice goods,':
>t which wvill be sold eheap; at
S. S; 1WOL F E'S
UN~D ER TAKING
Respetfully hnf'ormso the public that1
as on hahd1( a full lim~ ot
COFFINS AWlD CAiI(uT
nd la prepared to db anything i1i u,nd
L full line of BURIAL ROBES, for uie
vomaen and chilren-a new featture-ve:
eat, appropriat6 and cheap).
Wdstff share of the patrorege.
J. M., ELLIOT T, Sr.
BUY THLE I'AliPi'TO W A0ON OF- -
- LY$SE U. DI1ORTHS
--~. J. C..T06&i-Pear $10 r e~ao m
pleasure to testift ' its
tie )a1~$~tiaFeed.8e i achine
T nihohAe 4ot of u -bojt fire year
iass. een'', aluos$ in 'constant us
ever ince that time aI unot see that I
is .orn any, and has cost ime 'one Cen
for,repalrsgI pye h 0 had it. , Ai we]
plesed anj[ l2't yiks for any better.
Yours truly, . .
Gr6dui6ii"Vrr ij&ui Winnboro, 8. C.
We la,e. d tle avis VertlealW
se%Ying iiiinc6bT,1r i o last . , ' yea1i
Pri6 Thie madhilne 1 eiA,1
r s. W. K. TUNINER and D.1i'*
Fairdield county, S.g, Jan. 27, 1883.
Having boAglt a Davis Verie iPee
Sewing Machine tiom Mir. J. 0. BognagA
three years ago, and It having given in
perfeef satisfactioi in every, r%spect ia
family minchine, both fQl hcajy. A'il lig1
s0wing".agd nve .nded the ieast.. F
pair in any Way, I eAn cheerfully recon
mend it to any 0one is a first-class machini
in eyei r ine'tlft l\ lil sec'ond I
none. it Is one of the siplest inachiin(
Inade; ny chldelt use it with all eas
The arniofllento are nio e. 4illf-adjute
and It does a greater rangoof work by neali
of its Vertical Feed than any. other m(
chine I hae'd seei or us4d.
-,.. Mus. TnoxA Owraad
WiAsbN I lrIb~4county, 8. 0.
We have had one o the Davis Machii
about (o,tr #.S,ars.and have always (Mid
ready toa don Pil'ds of work we have hit
occasion to do. Can't see that the machil
is worn anyZend YforWd as well o' "Ie
new. Muis: W. J. CHAwoI'.*
Jackson's Cile6k, Eaglield county, S. (
M y if is highly pleased Nvith the Day
Machine bought of you. She' would it(
take dowhle w'hat she gayk-,,for It. Ti
m1chine has not been out of .*4tier siut
she had it and,shp. can do any kIhd
work on it. ir iespectfully,
JAs. F. roIEE.
Monticello, Fairfield clinc; n' (VI
The Davis Sewing Machine Is Simply
treurn.e.' bits. J. A. GoojwYN.
Ilidgeway, N. C., Jan. ljisa.
J. 0. BoAo, Esq., Agent-Dear Sir: 31
wife has been using a Davis Sewing 'Mt
chine constantly for the past four year
- and It has never needed any 'repairs an
works just as well as when' first boughl
She says it will do a greater range of pra(
tical work and do it easier and better tha
any machine she has ever used. We checei
full'y recofnnnend it as a No. 1 fanil
to iachinle., Yours truly,
Id JAB. Q DAVIS.
Wilmshorb, G. C., Jan. 3, 183.
~S~ .0 --r'
Its speedy ac* tpn l reohila
i"uhnonie A Strojan is beyond b lief
.,-to th6ze i'v.o bave nev"r tried t.
.It spae'dill iiy . IOr liial
m~onic Fev'ers. It is a wonderfufl
EX PECTORANWa.AND~ H 10 AL ElI
It kgops~ th'e d'iAestive and urinary of
*gans in a natural zad healthy condition
PURl.~IIS TR[E .B3LOODY,
Institry Alfives nighit sweats, g6nonet
of aipetite and generail debility. It by
. b>enn known only four years and
H As EgNAIN~' PER?EC
Any one.alitedl Wi whait is generall
considle"rd death's. /r-rfI( ite', conaum]~
tion, can boencre< for $2.50, ,. 0
S* 10.00 according to. the stage which ti
*disease hias reached'.,,,No patient has y,
taken $10 w.orth bQIg taolp;p was afteete,
The B4PE(IFIO is re.conl)rended obly fu
ky plmtfonary affections, anid thode decsircr
oto use0 it can do so by's(?ll.'digf bi'sord1o
>m to theo proprietors of this iir or. dire
i to me,. stating that you saw . tei~i~vertis
mc- mnt in the W innsboro Nixws Aan liamL
ed Cures Rlheunuatism, either acute ozf chd>i
ic, in from eight to ten (lays,
Price by Express, $5 poer Uotth
DR11. J. W. WVALK(ER,
-FRANKLINTON, N: C:
We hiave n.ow received our stock c
SPIL1N(' GOODS8, anud have thoem readl
a.We think we ccNN,8 FL Y say that w
have never oipencd' AY any time a muor
comptlieto 1ilsortmenuf or better class
ths gootl will bas1( alb6 uEs te sa
re~c sold IuVaiy MAJUKI', a'nd'as i ou
9customers that they will 1& 'bfeted(11
oprices, as we will'iiueet the ih Vttrat ad
time in antug
Wewuild call special attention to'on
G' (ENTs4' DEP'ARTWia1
r.-. ~lii Sfl be fouind comle)Jte inevery pai
tlcular, and all we ask is an inspection h
n, MoMASTER* BRIQE &o ETHEN
JUSTIIRECEIVED 'one carload of OL~
u hICKORY WAGONS, which willb
. sold cheap for.cash, or oni tine for goo<
Ajy 17'i J. 'F. MOMAI2TER & CO.'
j. ,. r,
I8-thron on tbe,marlet at a mrgyiolot
a1 11 alt.
4Y s lamore compt in .AB depk
6 p'li lU this lace. N ol (%W qarried
t cew.liat are bound t apprcIatA
the worth of their
Sptce here prevonts me froM 4,eal
L.to bu$t are Invited to call. No grod le to ahto
I have now- ready for!
GOODS, c'nsisting o
NUN4..'ViING JUT '
- SWISS, PLAIN and 1
.A stoAk of l s1.Z6i$ wd.Y
STRAw NATS IN ALL
Men's, Boys';ancl Y6,tis
"e' Cloth and Leather Slipr
CALL AND EXAMINE
IT STANDS A
Sis ST(IL L SINING WI
;WIN ES, BRANDIES, L]
1. LEONAD1NS,; MINT JULJ
Al NMEk hand anid served o
o A 1 REoI SUPPiLA OF VERY FINE'
tJUS7' RECEIVE1l.' flEVR Ci
*A FRES11 SUPPLYZ OF TIIIE RF
AEST QUAALITY,.Js'RECEIVE $'
fN~~TO, JOHN my wiI!Y asC4
*usiva sUle about the first Septemnbr.
y. o Its value.' This ale will comm,
i1 isliook.la.reddeed . -
over from laat yar, but every article Mesh
dby the disorinlitoting public, who kno;
k- iesbrIption. All who yieat, y goods
w goods. I will'quote prIlegA.
SPRING GOODS i
M6 ,a full line of SPRINd
IGS; DOT'f$D and PLAIl
Th a-4d CORDED
ouhs' Clothiik; wiich will be
STYI.E: AND PRICES.
low cut Shoes. .Ladies' and
>ers.' Also, a. beautiful lin6 of
1' THE HkA,
That it Is tixe acknowledged Leader In
the Trade is a fact that cannot be die
3rANY IMITATE IT-N(ONE EQUAL IT!
The L~gi r. -
.Tile most l)pagu;Ifu, Woodwork.
D IT Xe WA1SAN.TED
To he m'ade of th.o best mante .a
To do any and alI.kinds-of. -~l
TIO.h)O consph to in every respect.
Aget4 f~.tedIh unoccupied territo
~i5oMELSl'f SEWING MACHlINE CO.,
F1 FINWE .A1SOR T MElc4
QUORS AND CIGA RS;
CPS, MILK PUNCHES, and
rn short notice, with' -FI1EE'
0% Powe Stockl Blades Et.TR akea'
rauruFkssL,n ndet I~ia orn.d
Cil YOKSTOVE~ Sfy1N
moderatecs' WPir haveee
bough higher in yirke are much lowerA
h a stavent o god $V. sold for. Se