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MDA, a 88
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E~iidAro storms of wini hnild 'ai
visited Ti-ious portions of the Vest oi
Sunday. At Wesson, Miss., a fright
I cyclone did great damage to prop
Orty, besides injuring several persons
Between 150 fin 200 dwellings wer
blown dowi. ThO number of kille
is estImated at twelve, and about sov
cntr-fiv ptiMi'bb vei'e Wolinded. Thi
lbii of Beauregard, near Wcsson
'was almost entirely Mvept away
Fifteen persons were killed and a
Irger number woundedi At Wesi
.olut, Miss., the destruction of Prop.
'e-ty ios Very gi'et, but bo lives wei'<
lost. The town of Tilimnan, on th<
Natchez and Columbus Railroad, wat
liesir'oyed, and several peihous We'(
illlod nid wounded. Aboift a mil
bust of Red Lick the track of the sor&ii
whO two hindred yards wide, and th(
klestruction of pi'operty was very great
AD>ii'oe county also suftred severely
lnich pi-olrty being destroyed au
l'evdral ire lost. La'test reiorts shov
that In the difforent portions (t
MIi-%Issibpi visited by . the storn
Oghty-threo persons were hilled, aml
hbout thi-c6 hundred wounded, mai
flangerously. The loss of property i
iii'precedente'd. There were severc
storms in difrerent, parts of the West,
but Mississippi ajpbara to have stiffer:
id tnost heavily.
TuE United States SupreIme Couri
rendered a kdecision on Monday in ilh
case of L. J. Davis et al. against thc
8tate of South Caroliii) brought therc
by a writ 'of rror to thd Supremc
Court 'f this Sttte. Davis, tho plain
tiff in error, was a corporal inl tll(
United States Army. While assistiny
a deputy marshal to arrest a persor
charged with violatiR tld internal
revenue laws, he accidentally shot thc
htt6i ttfi kiNed him. lie was arreste(1
nder the State authority, tried and
convicted of nialftaughter. Upon he.
I ng granted a new I rial he filed a pe1i
tion for the removal of his case lo tht
Circuit Court of the United States
This petition was granted but thc
State refused 'to recognize the legality
of the removal, an ho' 6upremip
Court, upon appeal, declared it in:
valid. The UniteI States Suilleme
Court holds that a marshal of
tihe tJitcd States engaged oflicial-.
ly in a lawful attempt to enforce
the revenue laws by the arrest of per
'Uis accused of offenses ag'ailst it is
an officer acting underi the authority
of that law, and is entitled to trial in
the Fedleral Court (Temnossee: vs.
Davis, 100 U. 5., 257); that the pro
who lawfully assist him in the per
formance of his oXicial duty, aWN that
therefore the case anti personi of the
'plaintiff' in error were prouperly' re
moved to the Circuit Court of the
United Slates. T1he judgment of the
Supreme Court of South Carolina is
reversed wvith costs and the cause re
znanded, with instructions to citer
judgment reversing the judgment of
the Circuit Court for the County of
Spartanburg, and directing that Court
to dismiss the proeceedlmg for want of
jurisdliction. Opinion by Justice
Proceedin,ga of the Regular S,rling Session
- --Many Maltters of Interent to the Chumrch
Considered anad Arranged--A Very PI'ns
! C'ondensqed fromn the Yo~.rAbille E'nquirecr.]
The P'resbytery of 2iethel met pnir
suanit to the adjournment of the last
regular meeting, in the Presb,yteriani
church at Yorkville, at 7-30) p. mn., on
Friday last, 13th instant. This large
anmd intelli'.ent body .of thd~ infkienutial
t.hristian A eniOmfinait1ion of which it is
a component parWt, conlsists, as unowv
constitu-ted? of t he follow ing churches,
situated in the coututies'named:
- Yor:k .conuty--Ramah, lBethesda, lieth
Shlloh, Yorkvilhlo, Blethel, Biullock's Creek,
I heasant, Ebenezer, Shhloh, lleershmeba, Al
lisonl Creek, liopewelel.
Lancaster county~--Slx-Mtile Craek, 'I'lr
zah, D)ouglass, Launcfwtervlle, Wax-han .
Chester counitp-Fi'sin g (Creek Caurmel
111ill, Purity (oncord, Pleasauni Grove,
Catholic, cedar Shoal, Smiyrna, Zion.
Fajirfield count.y--Sei(,n, 11noh, Mouni
Oliet,Mizah,Lebanon, Saulemr- AinmwellI
n,n on ca .ue bo ea
sily obtainabie that will so well correct J D
acidity of the stomach and keeping the | 'ra o
'1'bvl'i'^57fiiitor, the Rev. l . L c.
(Cormiick, from the First Epist.le o1
Thmul, the Apostle, to Timothy: Ti
is a fithuf'ul sav'ing, riud worthy of all
aicceptatiunrm~ that Christ Jesus camcfl
inte the world to save sinners."
At the close of tihe devotional exer,
cises; the P'resbytery wvas called t<
order and constituted with prayer
Upon calling the u'oll'it was ascertain
ed that all the churches in the Preshv
tery were present through their repr'e
sentaitives, eZcOpt- Shiflohr in Yori
T1'he R1ev. W. T. MafailieWs was noum
I nated for AModerator and( unanimioush'
clected by acclamziation. On assumini
thme chair vacated by the retiring Aiod
crator, lie declared the Presby-ter,
ready for the transaction of busineni.
The llev. L. HI. Robinson was-nomi
fiated for temporary clerk and nnii
wnsly elected by acclamations
-The'Rev. D. 11arrison, the stateJ
clerk, read a certificate and letter dis
iftissory of the Roy. C. RI. Ilomnphi:
from the Nashville (Tenn.) Priesbyte
ry. Mr. Hemp1lhill thon stoodI the cri
tomary examinations, which, oni mei
tlon, were sustained, and lie waIs dul;
enrolled as a member of Bethel Pem
i%e Rev. G. A. Trenholnm, chalrma
of the committee appointed at the lasi
* neetinig to organiizo a (-htur-ch at Long
owii, li a airticid count.v, reportc
flit thle chlre: i hnbd been duly organ:
jyrl w ih the tWhlowi 'nIB of rs: Samiui
6i M~ccorm,,rt and L< w.i TI I. WVilde
sier AnutuIn Fay, dem:ura, Tlhv
ittmvaiaceppl Aud on Jiuonl'It
wa ordered ihnt 'Loqktown be en-.
jhQM'da "ite of the h rhes of this
SAirtlUAY MOltNING, 1pFi 14.
.Prebulyory mot, and after d6i tlonal
exerpios proceeded to the order .,of
The Rev. R. Lathan D. D., D f 'b
A. R. Church and the lRev. it.
Franks, of thu.M. E. Chu1tLh; Suth,
tbeing prosention motion of the llev.
T R I. n ih, by iinniihous vote of
the Presbytery, they were invited to
sit as visitng brothoren.
Members Wvho were absent from last
Presbytery were culled upon to render
their excuses I;jr such abseiice. The
excuses of thh - illoAVig ffieilMerg
Were stIstaiied i Itev. J. Spratt W hit,
Rev. W. W. Millb and Rtev. 11. 3.
The excuses of (lie following church
es, thiroug"h the delegales, wre su.4
taiied: beershebaj 'Salem, Aimwell;
Lebanon, WYaxiaw, flopeweol;
A petition was read; Iskiig foi the
organization of a Church fit Mcliburg,
iin Chester countv. By vote of (te
Presbytery) the iequek4 was grallted
aid the Moderator aippolinted a con
inisslon for that purpose ats follows:
1Rev. J. 11. Saye, Ituv. 1. 11. 1obinlsonl,
13lder Johnt J. Stringfellow. Alter
ilats- llev. J. C. McMullen, lev. H.
B. Pratt, Elder Leroy Miller.
The Moderator thou aiouiced the
A call from Tirzah churh for one
halifoftlhb tim e o the llev. W. G.
While was pla'd inl his hand Q1mi1
a-lcecepted. 'he1 Moderator almoulee?
tile usnal coii tiisionl oil illsnal litionl
the time set bellig Friday before the
I fourth Suniday Il Mav.
Calls froiml L'tillmh, 1iarm1olw aid
Mt. Pleasalt Clurches oi tle 1tev. W.
W. Itatcllhford, ealh 1or ole-biurtl. of
his itime, V' -C i6a11 il placed ihl his
halds. lie sigi,1t,'d his neceptilnco of
the calls from lriamon ald 1A1t.
Pleasat, I'd held that. froimll INIIaI
uider coisderition. Tle Moderator
appolited the usu11al coin]missios oil
itlhiIo-1for li aioy oIu 8atn11
dav belore the third 8tIma' i INM,
and For Moilit I'leat t oi Satturdav
before .1e fouilhl -und ill Ma.
A call froim the Itock Ililt chtrelt for
lie pasioral services of it liev H . J.
Sprtilt Wlite, was, inl view of 'lis tee
le healhII, retaineI in tie linids of
Presbvlery till the Call meetig.
Th Htev. Al. It. K irkpatrickv of ithe
Meckleibiirig PreSby,terv, vas, aft1er
diue exanmiliation, athmiti6d and eni
rolled ats at meiber of, Beth l' rusby
tery. A call Cor Iis pastoral service's,
fi'on1i Clover cUrcth-C-, Was ILI once placed
ht Im lis hand0, aid accee lid. Iis ill
staIllation ws appoiitod For Saturday
beiore the first, miuday i A[av.
Calls fi'-ini varioLis (1ibres for ite
pastoral Services of t110 milisters
in NlCl CN, were1 read by htd Clerk,
wnd by voWo Of Presbytery placed inl
.anCaslerville--i te. IT. 11. PIat -
Longlown andl Alimwell--Hcv. Join'
It- At eAlpitte; Ebenviezi.r-Niev. J1. 11.
Th'lorinwell, for1 onev-half Is timle:,
whiell eIlls wirc neIete. A call
Irn01 aBlIlock's Creek r1111eb0l for liev.
J. C. MoMftillenl, wats phi:t-d ill his
hiands; an:1 a call from I lordh chu1rhel
1i11 ?ev. IV. W. Mills, Ar a ljorlionl of
his time; was phied In hIs hinds. ThIe
two Iast naied did ot signify
accep)tzlaee of the calls.
TIle lev. It. A. Webb mioved Ilhe
appoitinen:plt af .t doniuiutte'e U) (rful
01)1 sbtit) Pre'sbytery It 51uitalet
of tis lP-rbt&y; Alilpt('tt. he(
Mode)drator appointed as$ satid la coinmi
teo, lers. lI. A. Webb and1( J1. II, Save.
'.1'hue 1lev. Lr. Malclk, of It'e Charle.t'
(oil Presbytery', beiing pireseiit1, w.tr h ii
v'ite'd to sit with P'resbyvtery as a cor
respond Iing memnber.
The Rev. 0. A. TIreniholmli, chalntadu
of thet e'xcuil t' comait tee. suitiited
the usual setnii-ilnnualil repiort (ol be'ihl
of' thtait commiittee. Accoii'nv Iving the
f6port isui.e dh'aft of a set of ruiles, fir
th1uiaCe of te execuitive comit..i
tee; siibiinittedl by that, comtnliit tet'. 'PliO
repoert, wit.h aCComipaning jMwr'ls, w as
)laced1 n thie hianids of ai stpecoial comn
aiid ). bE. .Johnso~n, and1( Eiide'' W. IL.
tStewvart and It. II: (Gleln; 'The ie
p)ort wals allIerwardis adopt.ed.
On lnotlon. P'resbytery prloctided to
the exitiai tm11ll of' thle cand iilates for
I lhe mni tsi ry--M i. S. 1?. I tape, of ( 'hie
'tter, and Mr. T. if. D)eOrauti''- eid, of
Fort Nl ill. York conni.tV-takeni uule'r
ft enale of thie P'resbytieiy. The Md
erator proeceeded t) exainei ft ecnuli
dhates on, piersonau piety and moitiv'es
for seekoIlg te min1 i*y . 'Iihe exa i..
niins wee'(iI rdiilabte to It' ruamli
dlates, iiiid by u an~iious vole of P'res
bytIery w1er.e suistajined.
Thie conIliitlte apploinlted at the
aft Li'noon session I > pirepar'e a meinio
rial ske(tih of' thet h ey. S. L.. Wiatson.i,
subliniit ted lin appropriiaute s'ketch of tat.
Iite, tltiors andii charaucteri oil' thilt Venii
crabile divine, wh ichl was uiijnaiSly
accepted iand ordered to bie spread upoin
.1'ho Modeirator ap'poinlted a commlliit
too to organuize the chiuirch at itichabuifg.
ItIN)nAy MoinxINO, A prl 16,.
.'I'lhe .11ev. D)r. blackl miolet an iaotlress
in tIe interest of' the Colhjiia Tlh&o:
I.ogicat Seiniar*v, r'epresenin tag hat.
l1iituIt ionl as iini' a'prosperou tilcoindi- ',
at ten<bIuiiem,ef sf dent-s*,a~I bore,' and
I by anl Drugg.ats- JShewa *
rno's Cafarrhl pnntr . . .ii enoiua'
""lih'"'ifilct ic'easting endo(1wmnlt. I1l0
was highly cumpiilmenCltaryV(i o ie!h
Presbyte ry for thie libeural ecIoOl uage
mii it lai catenided ttowards( the iin
stitutioni, the actioni of lirthcl P'rishv
tery, he sai, being I th kev-niot biy
which other presbyterial bodies wver'
- promiiptedi to act.
Trhe election of delegates to the P'rcM
-lbyteriaii General Assemubly resulted as
f'ollows: "oir mliiistera.l' dlelega Ies
-l* PrOia: 11ev. J1. C. McMoltiie,
-1llv. C. 11. IleutnphillI. Alerniaes
:1lev. L. 11. McCoirmickl, allerniate of'
IMr'. 1MalIlen ; 11ev. II. A. Webb,
- alternate of' Mir. I Jempjhihll. Elders--a
- Principals: CDol. W. WV. W alkuip, A . S.
( ils.Alt.ernlates-- lonii. .Jlames
- 11empiIhill,-alorlnate of' Mr. D)ouglsas;
I Mr11. .John S. Birat toni, alt'rimte of Col.
T [hoecomm0ittee on academical sindllrs,
- thiiough thie chairman, liev'. WI. (1.
. Wh)iterepoted that thov~ had exam
1- 1nd r 01)e and Mri. D)e' raaicareid,
- Icandidates for the miniistrV ; that the
lI examiinatlins were saitisfactory ; and
- recomiienidedtlfint tei' ox am inations
bie RulafineIdi- Adopted.
lachotockias selected as the next
'1>hice of meeting of Presbyt!h-v at
70p.m., oni Fiday before thlt&lird
Sabbnth i.i Se ptember, 1888.
i ltov. W. WI. Mills, on behalf tiie
t commliittee app)hoinited at the lat re.guhiri
-meetling of 1Presbytei'y, to coni~del the
I propose4d change of Sect.ion 4. Cha pter
- 24 of thue Confession of F?aithi, wic h
- is to.take stops to hiave strickeni fom
,1 itthe prohibitioniagainist thie ma?rriage
, f/4CM ies itr u te
dog1te lf.afhitv. doi t1a1no4 theda
40tence6 of a.thaptl d a,'9
lort, ,rhin41lg"It witk - -a
Unt of the Other mn6hb6r, f i con,
mitto, Rev. G. A; Trenhoig, the
chairman, fbr good and Wsfhotory
resons, had deuTMed to ; dhat
'that. the other membeii. Ei r 0ano N;
Withers, whilo he did' n&t .oitiide
with the viows expressqd id tile iport;
yet as it brought thb iostjoin sqttarlv
before Prcbytery; fib agreed that If
should be ,preponted as the replit of
the comijiitec. Under theso circum.
stinced, the speaker felt as if le wam
stb1ntting a "one-mantti" rport, for
whilch, though prepared by hn, lie did
y!t, clahn ont'i bNginalitvi ha'ving
aut upon a r minds tha'n his own
for o,any o the argullents pr'e9oftd.
Mr. Millp then read the repott of the
c0illittev, which coluudes b.y t-ecout
milnaitig tile adtptil of the 1iWM11 g
llevieied Thqq Bethel Prosbitb does
not concur with -Concord sbyery i
asking tit steps be taken to have srt) eken
fr>.mn the Cohfesl n of Faith the a'tobalase
of setion 4. ch ier 24.
/b>tved, Tlin the stated clerk b? iid id
1s heliby histructed to forward such actloi
to the General Asseibly at Lexiut on, Ky.
The Further discussimi of tib hinator
was dolbirred till the afternoon session.
Licentiil*ie McAlpie wis exnhiil
accor-dilig to Rule 15, and his exaimi
'Tho report 9f th16 (WlinIuttee on
A1i1i1ntes of' Synod as itilopted.,
The report I regard to the pldposed
chiatnge in lie Coife-ionull of Ftl Ii w%k4
taken up. Tlhto Rev. D. E. Jordan
i mde an argument against the adojP
tion of' the rescoluionls: O'n .hiktidi
Slit urther conlsidt-letiti6oi o the reso.
lutins was postpoied till Tuesday
The report of tho opecial committee
Oin tf,e inints f the list mlueetinlsg of
Presby ery was submuit ted Ail ad'opted
'lite 1ev. J. Spratt. White aliliottliced
Ile accepltailce of the ctil to the ij6vo
J. 11. Thoinwell from Ebeitze6Iurjtn6ht
T'UESi)AY AlOnNIN0, April 17.
presbytery. fl intid af'ter"Ldevotionar'
excelcises proceelded to bulAilebs. *
'Tie minu1iiktes of, yesteuday's sessioirs
were read by the clerk, corrected and
Oil lotion, the followlig iinisters
were coitiuitled as statted suppl, re
1t;%vely*, of th10 cUr1chies lia'med:
WV.- . Itatchford, Carmiel Ilili; D.
ril-6,4111m -Six-ANlile Creek and Syn
It. F2. Tiylor-, Ilopew-ell ; Ml. It. 'kirk
The INoderator anni1ioun1iced the com
mli-ssion onl thie ordination of thle Rev:
.1; II. Tlfoftlcll It ',enlezcr church0 --i
to take plite oil Sattirduy belbre the
lSt tnlidlay ill May
Eldler. W. 11. stc%wart was appointed
tiliporary clerk il place of' Rev. L.
11. IobinlsoIl; dRettsed from further
Rev. .1. C. McLTMUi-lenl oflered threo
Sitaldinig rules, dbsignated as Nos. 32,
33, 31, to be added tb those iiow in
1oirec; alnd thiey wer adopted, with
Tihc resignidion of M.a1. J. G. Lon% rv,
(reasulrer. of, Pr1esbytery; Was tenl"Irred
Rev. It. M. Kirkpa'rick; cir-1man
of' (loniil(ce ol Systematic' Beiievo
lenee, subtlitted Ile relolt't of' his
coilliit(tec, Nii which tvaailopt-0d;
The'(p (uesion of' hanlgipng the 0on
fessioin of Faith c e up a' . ti ishd
buiness. Tihe l1ev. 11. B. Pratt:o1'ered
siiule for' thoso submuitte'd by M..
Mill s. Thec iesolut.ions emabody tile
inh n oma hne the standlcards
zf thl)elichurch iipon~ this point; andi mtuch
ion of' other dyr'ees of allinity conttainied
in the last sent 'n'a of Chapter' '.4, S,ect,ioni
1; Contesstin of aith,'' in addition to that
iif ai deceasei8d wifte's sistbti', whheh in Lev.
Kviii., 18 stands1 oni a basIs (If its own.
'. Tihat hereafter'i miairage with ai do-.
'cased wife's sister be niot legardied as suif
lietiut grouluiil for .judicial dilscipIline.
Theii hiour. for the' special order'l ha~v
Sig iariv~edl, .l'resby'tery' proeceeded to
hear thle tilti sermon of' jicentjite
Mehlp jinae. Oni iuotionl, the sermon101
llev. J. L0).vie Wilson, fr'on the
(Coiuit te'o on NaitivI e to the G~ener~ai
Asuehiably atbmitted a r'epjort,, whicoh
Thei o'1iaitiid ol' theo Rev. J. 1R.
MAllin as pagIoa' of' Aiimawell alnd
Ltingltown Ehtauethes, wvas oi'dered toI
take ptlac) sit Alimwell. onv the first Sab- I
bath in Mlay.
A ftlr further tTisejTs-siona1 d' d~ommiit
teo wats app)ioiited to- fo~i.inlate thie
entiuienit ot' the Pr'e$uh)tery oi' the
prioposed)( change iir the'C'iflM~ion of'
The llev. G. A. Ticrenn, fato pas
tor of' Puriiity' chinich, Chester, thtii'
isked fori a ccrtificate of dismtissal
liromi this Prestbytei'y to the .Presh'cerv -
it Nasihville,' w hichiwas gi'anted-. *Ap7
prioiltty i'e'solutbins welt o$jj'(t t'
rormuiila1te ani aniswerl to theo ov'ertire
romi Conacord P'resby'tery on thei pitd
Il>osed chiange ini the Cotifnf'sin of'
li'aithi, suhtnlittCd the folhavinig i
'I he c'ominiatlt-ce to formaulatk) the alnswel
yon'ord ' 'resbytery, respiectfuly 13'ep jort theI
.. R i1itin the Geneal' denii iuch
ng tIhe oveturet. froim (ijt ioitld' 1 - -l
piion- -k -.*.a AD and tuirnfor a
r nope she isn't coming u "^ ' ''
minute -after ah -, , u eclaires Ii
j'it. iat mnarinug ith a tdecased
wif' "t slster is ntoC inice(stnous11.
t3tconad. Thaizt marr'ying wiith a de 1tceasedt
brthe's' wIfe Is not Iucest.
Andti in order that this opInion may he
putl into practiceal fornyi we sdggest to tht
Assemblhy the adopt iona of' sollne modos of
amu'mingii the Conf essi on of Fait.h.
Tlhis ldport was8i''( reaid dvoted irpott
seriatim. On thie lh'st, propoitiloll flue
vte to adopt was 20' to r'eject , 15i.
Adopted. Oni thai socond propsiPiit
thei vte to adoapt was 9); to rejtt, 2(1.
Ileeted. Theli siigdst ion conltaiined
li the ilirid par'agu'aph of' the rep'iort
wtas lost. Stb thae anisweor of Bethel
Pre'sbiytery~ to' th6 Concord overtit'd
simuply r'eads:- . oas(
".Ma'ryng witia debse ife's sister
11ev. D. E. dlordlan waIs noiiniated
pincipal antd Rev. C. 1.- 1lemiphil
ailtiriate for Moderator at the next
R1ev. II. B. Pratt wvt(e nominated and
elected by acliaiationl aL memlberi of
the executivd' domniuttee made vac'ant
1l y tie reosignatloti of R1ev. G. A. Triena
.11ev. WV. WV. Mills declined the call
leidler W. 11. diew't'oflered the foi
lowing resoli on, which was unani
mutusly ado pttd'by a 'rising vote:i
Resooloved, 'litti the members of the Pres
bytory hereby return the'ir thlanks to the
eltizens of I orkyllle for the hiospitable
m ianuner in whIch the maembeors have be'n
entertained durIng the sessions of thet
Anuer' prayer by the Moderator1 thc
cure dysAeps(ji6-xtburn, male
, kidney siv liver complaint
d other wastlbg iseases'
enriches the baood and purifies the
sy1te1n; cures weakness, lack ot
nery, etc. Try a bottle.
is ffie bnl Tron preparation that
dqesapot-co orthe-teeth, and will no
caise headache or :c?tstipation,
ther lIkon ppgairAt6le will.
i1idies and all sufferers frorM ne-i
raInin'hys-ria, Nid kindred com
ph1tb;N %il fi'nd it without an equai
EVERY'DAY in the Year.
MIL LER CONT USIONS,
DRUGGIS KEEP IT
IS CA LLED To illiEsfI Aien1TIONs
Thela Celebrated "Brunswick" 1ITams-try
Ocean Gem Mackerel.
Saint Louis Corn Beef.
Saint Louis Boast Beef.'i
luport-l und American Sar*dines.'
Snai (Soused), Mlacherel.
n.es Ciese. Imp)ortedl Macaroni.
Faresh A pples, in gallon cans.
Bartlett Pears, Quinees.
.Grated Pineap ple, Peaches.
"D)avis ILestor Ma nori" Tlomnatoes---hnd
. . packedl.
(fosse & BlackwveIFs Ch ow-Chow .Pickles.
. ii Inioted Wr,cestershire Sauce.
r -la~!kes.-- andt ap~~
.., -A4y with any for m of Kid. ph'r' ''end
cur -temp (1t d ioes anid Orain Cradles.
Aft;t CHEAP FORt CASH.
BRUNSWVIOI CAN VASSED H AMS,
D)ECOlWTICATrEIT PATElNT -FLOUR.
RtOASTrEU RIO'aid JAVA COF~EEE
SALJMON, CANNEl) COHN ED) BlEEF'.
POTTED 11AM, CICKEN, TrUlK'EY.
FRESil OAT MEATa.
PICKLES AND) Cil OW-CI[OWY, aud
a full stock of-cy'rything nutallV itpt
in a fIrst.class
All of which will be sold LOW for
J. F. McM.&ST E R-& CO.
A. ..- 7- '1, :
LL WMI skW
Is . of the questjona 4ix11 most r..
Pe.xet the n1ind of the inditI ui and he I
aii ro relieve yourself of this per.
'lexlt yotihotid call and Iear our prici
4 .... . . . .. . . . . .I
Of whiclh *e now have a large and wel
assorted s4k. Everything In thie way oi
iRY uO qs, NOION , etc., thaf 1d
wanti e c nonest domestic to t
the nWJ 8 Dand all the
noveltles in NO dNS. I you want a
ni1co stilt of
Con and see oun stock, or choose from
our lino if samples. If we cannot please
you in oe we can ,110 14 qthor. 1\Pj\ %q
siethlin nice In this Nvay, and guatue
fits us well its (fuality of goods.
1"o have t pretty and nobby line of
A18 i th -ef and straw, and can
Pl ,f . the iost fastid ious t
We ask an Inspectip'f, of o4r af6l d
SHOES,-which i8 very large, en'bracing all
quialiie and styles. Solething nice in
low-t and slippers.
in a(l,departmitents we qn(leavor to give
tho bes goods at LOWES PRCki.
CALD WELL & tAUDERDAE.
SHALL WE liE FE D?
Is an!ther perplexing questIii It also
eeases to worry when once you look Into (
where you will fnd all kinds of eatables qt
most reasonable prices.
COME AND SEE US.
We take pleasure in showing our goods.
SADDLE .8, BIJIDLEg'AND IIARiNE-sr-"WAY
' ULYSSE G. DESPORTES.
VIHE DAVIS SEWING~ MAChINE.
Mn. J. 0. BlOAc-Dear Sir: It gives mae
nuteh pleas.u1ire to.testify to the merits of
1'.e machine I got of you about fiye years
ugo, has been almost in constant use
3ver since that time. I Sannot see that it
a worn aniy, and has not'ctd one cent
ror repiairs sinice we have li,d it.' Aini Well
)ieased and dlon't wvishi fo any better..
R ORT. CRA wFOR D.
- rate Quarry, near Winnsboro, S. C.
We have used the Davis Vertical F cd
~ewing Machine for the last five years.
e wouldl not have ally oth1ei' tilake at any
rice. 'The machine has giveti us ini
Mits. W. K. TURNEn and Daughters.
Fairfield county, S. C., Janl. 27, 1883.
Yr.vili.opight a D)ayis Vertieal Feed
111g1acin frohi Mi. .J. 0. BoaIg someO
bhree years ago, and it having giveni me1
rf'dct'salsfgetklI.in every respect as a V
amilynimacn, both for hleavy anld light
ewing, anld never needed( the least re
lair ini any Waf,' I canl c,heerfully recoim
bend.it,to any ene as a first..class machine
n vr pafniaf ghidthink it seond to
101ne. It is 0110 of the sipiiplest machines
nadoe; my children use it with all ease.
L'he attachmnents are more easily adjusted
1n( itdoes a greater rang,e.of work by nY'eas L
f its Vertical Fe'il' than any other lila
hino11 I have ever seen1 or used.
.MIts. 'TuboAs Ow)Nos.
Winnsboro, FaIrfield.couinj, S.c.'
We have had onle of tile Davis Machines
bout four years andl have alwiayts fund 1*
endiy to do0 all kinds of work w
casion to (do. Can't spe.t3%fI.Wo1and
mvr yeao by .hM~1 tihe nmachine
aniOns ver.?i lrd works as .wq11 It wh,eit
ne0w. lius. W. J. CnIAwIFOID.
Jacoksoli's Creek, Fairnleld county, S. C.
My wife is hilmilyl lAeaedviththe Tavi
Machine bought of you. She would not
take dlouble what stad gave for it. The
machine has not been out of order sihice
she had it, and she ca'nf do h'~ Ic7 hid' of'
work on it. Very rtebectfually,
JAs.F. FREE. S
Montiecllo, Fairfield county,'S.'d.
'1hoe Davis Sewing Machiid simply '
tr'easure. Mus. J: A: GOOJ YN.
Rlidgeway, N. C., Jail. 10, 1883.'
J. 0. BOAo, Esq., Agent-Dear S4ir:~t
wife has been using a Davis 8ewiig Ma-'I
chine constantly for the past iour years,
and it has niever needed any repasirs aljq 4
wvorks just ats well as when first boukht.
Slhd anys it wIll (d0 a greater range of prac
tlcal wvorkc and do it easier and better than"'
any machine she has ever used. We clicer
fully recomnliid it as a No. 1 fanilly'
miachine. Yours truly,
.JAs. Q; ,DAvia
Winnsboro, S. C., Jan. 3, 1883.
WHIITENING ' AND PRESERVING
TilR TEE Ti'
KEEPS TIIE 1BRWATI PURIO AND
LNORMULA OF DR. T.. T. MOOlE>
WHOIESALE AoEN~T, COUMiBIA, S.~ C.
.For Sale in Winnsboro by
McMASTERI, BRICPE S KETCHIIN.
Mch 22-f Kly
Y:N rt r
,lAqVING LRA6 ,4 RFftM
"o'ilubla, I will open alt it on a exte
y STOCK AT
Is irofi o6 h market at a mere =o1e4
ind every dOy will4 h o* 04e N%Ov oils until
CO Ml.M OJWMI-C
My stook Is u*ore complete In every -f ri
>penitg in tb 'jace.- No old carried ov
d 4 a ct lt are bound appreciated
110 woM their
ite here p.royeYOt' me from %)imr
o bU are invited to call. No trou 6 W 'ihow
I have how Eldy for inspee
3OODS, consisting of
9UN'S VEILING, BUNTIrNC
SWISS, PLAIN and FI
PIQE , CA
s slock of Mi's, ]Bfy' and Yoi
TRkW HATS IN ALL
Men's, Boys' and Youths' lc
4en's Cloth and Leathet Sliepei
-ALL AND EXAMINE B
J. G R
,T STANDS AT
SL SiJzixG WIx
lINE$, BRANDIES, LIQJ
01F THE CHOIURAS
EMONADES, MINT JUJLEPS
lways on hand aind served on e
FLO,011 FLOUR 4
FREli SUPIL iOF VEiRY FINE
OULiCIED. EVERY SACK
YARRANTED BY l
C FRESII SUPPLY Of' TIlE VERY~ at
3EST QUAALITY, f&arItRECEIVED 'I
.- -- .th
NEXT . TIOY J ?0
sive se bbutle firs0 tetnber.
v 1 alue. This sale wil1 commence
ie stock Is red e:.
net than It has been any r Year e n);
or froi Inst air, mt evof artiple frosh,
by the disorlilftlng liblto who know
ate desor p1ion. All 6h'l fiN %n goods
goods.' Ivtll quoto prices latok.
t1oh a fulli of SPRIN(I
'S, DQTTE) and PLAIlN
) anla CORDED
ithsl2othig, vdilfith will be
3TYLE$ AND PRICES
w cut Shoes. Ladlies' and.
: Also, a beauti fi ife of
Tliat it.is th.e atcknowl,dged japder in.
ie Trado i a fact that carnt be dis
t[ANY llMITATE IT-NONE EQUAL ITt
i'he Largest Armed;' .
Trho iIghtest; lTunning,
The ngiost 13et(uIfWoot}work.
AND IT tS WAItRANTEfD
To hiis madeof thl B'tinaterial.:
TO o ecomphte in every respect
- For Saile by
Winnsboro, S. C.
Agents wanted In unocenlpledl torrito.
OMSfCSE WING MAClINE CO.,
I FINYE A/SSOJ'rAf]tWT
JOks AND CIGARS,
; ITICIPUNCIISj~g ah
hort notic(, with FREIN
h1sfI POTATO E.
9 $ 1 lm,the Celebrated Juinilbo,
ea astHacon,Smglyf gjets, - Jo.
'na Sausa c, full (Urea'i' des and9 0.1
i lne f nedFruits, Vegetables an
.Y MY RlOAS'y CbFEWt'SYt
POUNDS FOR ONE DOLA.R
'ad1es dr6,f lions, Planters' llandle
>ea, PIow Stocks, ladels Ete:..Ra~kes,
in uro For;ks, Long iiiand If nly Forks.
[cpan show up a nice lino of good ser
a moderatea prce. Will hav'n'xt week
rugh high'%r In prlce,' are much lower"
un stoves not so good have sdid far. Sed
la sto before purchasing.
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