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7 ~ .YTfE~NE8 A41 HRALA,
- WINNSORO, S. 0.
VJIMSDAWAV 11, : A isa
JNOe B. R rYNOLDSa
'T ja . A. DO tGr.S3,v TORS.
TuE testimony in CongressmAn
'Thompson's trial hIt d1ose, and argu
-0e1t(oT counsel begunl.
TuE Augusa Chr,nicle ald Con
'ititittionali.vt says: "When Charleston
~builds that hotel on the battery, the
Arews and Couriei will 'crow over
A NEW YonK d(Ide, soie weeks
1go, entered suit against a wealthy
woman for breach of promise, demand
Ing $1004000 damages. The jury "sat
down" on the crank-and we arc.oglat
GEOxE BANCItorr, 4he venerablei
historian, has passed his eighty-second
birthday, and is still hale and hearty.
lletlake'4, regularly, his evening horse- I
backi-ides, and sits as erect, as if on
Tup, farewell dinner to be d1.von to
Judah P. Benjamil by the Bat of
'London will take placo easlsIIn June.
uliaving reaftcedithe-topmllost round of
'the ladder,'he.tCtires from the practice
of his proflession at the advaced age
of seventy-one years.
JOE, BlRADY, convicted in Dublin 'of
the murter of Cavendish and Burke,
was. iung in that city on the 14th inst.
ully 10,000 people Were present
at und the jail about the hour of the
ex cution. One of OIm last thigs he
di( was to write a letter to Iis mother.
'im, Supreme Court on Mondahy, the
14 hinst., granted an order Staying
t I execution of Itiley Anderron, coil
v' -ted in Greenville some time ago of
t murder of Lou Griffith, and sen
enced by Judge Wallace to be hung
on ite 18th Ilst. The order was grant
ed-on account, of an appeal pending.
T17m white Daplists of South Caroll
na have 640 churches and 58,782 com
inunicants, and the colored branch of'
that denomination itnbers upwards
of 90'0 members. iTheso figures are
signiflvant indeed, and will satist tihe
llinds of tle most ilncredulous that the
Baptists are onoof .the strongest and
most prosperons sects ill the State.
Ex-SeNAron TAnon's first .wife is
still living, and is said to be very de
voted to the foolish anld eccentric poli
tician. She hopes that hie will soon
lose'his wealth,'blieving that his pres
ent wife will, In that eveitt, desert
him, nd he will then be glad .to re
t urn to .his first ad true love.
has beeni agaitn commi,llC to" jail Top
conttemlpt of court. It will be rememn
bored thtat Mr. Stokes sp)ent eighteen
months in jail for conttemplt of court
several yeats age, in refnusing to an
swer* questions propounded by the cir'
cuit court with referencee to his prop
THi11 Senlatorial divorce suit beCtweenl
Senator Fair and his wife was tried in
the D)istrict Court at Vir'gintia Cit y, No.
wa,on Saturday, the 12thk inst. T1hte
def'endant flied nto antswer'' to Mrs.
Fair's coml)aintt, and1( it dcreC for ai
divorce was granted, andt the court
a1wardedl pl.litifl the hatndsomco sin of
$t,250,000 in montey and Untited States
bonds(1. The oldest sont wa given ov'er
to thet (defeinhuit and the thrtee von itr
est childlrent to the plajintiff'. It seems
imp)ossible to findI out exactly thte
cause of the difliculty between the uin
happy htusbatnd and wiire,.
PuILrADEI.PlIA P'ress: "D)emocr'atic
leaders int North Carolina are having
trouble in keep,ing the yottng men in1
the party. Nmbers of them ar'e de
sorting to the Republican organtization
wihticht is united andt vigoronts." The
Chtarloltto Journa-Obs~cr'eer reoplies
1)hus: ''Nobody Is hiavinig ttrouble keep
ing young D)emocrats in the part v
the young Democrats are ntot desert ing
the party-they tare not goin)g to thte
RIepublican organlization--..and~ said or
gatnizatio isu nSeither untited ntor vigor
ous. 'With ai goodI ticket thc' Demto
crats will carryv Noth Carolina hnext.
year by at reast 10,000: majorit y." Thme
Jo unat- Observer' Is correctI
THEu liotn. S. S. Cox, of Now York,
denica rather emphatically the report,
that he has withdr'awnt from the eon
lest for the- Speakership, andi speaks
plainly of Sam. Randall, Otto of his
formidable rivals for the caucus nomni
nation). Ito says: "I supposRe that
prtintce of schemters Skin.'Randall, is
at the bot tom of it. Bnt It will (10 im
no good. Randall personally has novel'
beeni mixed up in alny job, buit he has
some) very wvarmt fr'iends that have..
.lie was alvays hontest it1 blapesolnal
and privato transacetionts,. but' in hIls
political mnanouverIng~ ho Is as, un..
scr'upulous as It is possible for a man to I
be. tn fActi he Is utterly devoid of one
particle of pliltical honesty."
.OOULD AND THE DEcMOCRAOY.
Jay Gould has ben recently itter
viewed by a correspondent of the Now
York WVorld, and in theo course of his
talk said some ver'y sensible things.
Wheun asked what' ho thought about
the chances of the Democratic party
cominlg into pow,er, he said :
I think the Democratic party has a most
oeelleit chance to obtain power. The
pub)10nlictmin seeminlinedlit to give It a faIr
bl-ow. Maniy popile went the parties ot,
bcso evenly balanced that.it ones does not
ti.W~e e htIng my . armite, i
lit 6886 eAvliitg of pride I"'seelig
so niany of tile young men 1 .hat
It1)d advance winilng fttitb and
Pro Irt all that had beetn prdlicted."
I nakd in to ntame'le'best Federal
lenller", auti he repied::
"There Were tWo--McClellan sid
.lende. MevUllaii was a grand on
gifWer fid .'a riteat General; Mode
WAR -4 stefidV' Ighter, tivid Wti116e
Iente WCr 1110re of An 0111ga to Le
itilt those of any other Lk ral Gei
As we talked of this aud that the
uimes of generals, statesnen, -go%!
entors IMnd government ofilcials came
111)and inay of theli proved -to be
0lacquctittilices of Alr- ba*fe. Ill
years agone 1h and Dien txtler were
tn the best social terinp, and it'was
tho 'samie with ovomra othet- il'poeit
govertiol'8 bf Nor lieri Statea alid
%viti variouts genrals who won their
lamrels ':I war.- The ex-Presidont had
a niJd Whl ind'a good wish for eauh
id every ofI hif(I he seem(A to be
lilevo thiat thoso 'vho bed ittnele their
irark were entirely deserVIng of their
Inl tie Stote vibrary at tks6ft:
Aliss., is I mrayonl porti'lt k iki
bivis iasIto appeared1 when capturtvd.
I nsked1jhimn it 'was correct, nti ie
" will tell. yon exactiy how it. all
occurred. I lt4 hatlin do1 wilou,
rellno-ving ft gllnv t.. l hl hl:ig'h cav
airy boots, pilloos I tki-d fin(o tbe
t opQ gray bloion 1111d at soft ha1t.
Uponl'the alar-11 miino givenl I mieppi
>ut of*l' e tent til l w11 t Ft 4 .era1l civ
irviiti hir'ty r toly liet way. t
oVder4!I tile to h1all. At thaine llu tald
T cit 2%. rs. Dn vis I bre.(w over. INv shoi
it folkll -ha1w.l. f siw 'hatl hi
oily chanco of 1tIpu was to setuire
tIhe hnse of t1H. Federld. I advanticed
si0igt uponl h114 feelil,g 11hat hie
Would five 41t lue, but beclieviomr thatt hie
wotild miss '111 Valret. lutad lhis o(.
ca.l'red there won I itave ivll ia st'ug
g1le for the possef-ioll of tite Ilse. xs
I approched the soldicr h lowe n (
his car-binle av, it' to shoit, 1mil ut the
mom01lellt Alr-S. ISvis Iushelift ip 'Iid
threwm hier arms lirotmlnd me. 'I hell- 1
dier hiesitated at Inomnent, tiri)n41 him
waotalmt aside, id I witl ke itt-k to
[lhe firb anud stood thtb' Uintil utm
Two hiours passe<d swvilh' W\- Ar, wd
talked, but bt-fore pernittii tile to
HeaTill.. Dlavis ordered at 11unch andl
was againi the host istead of' the his
(orianl. Ott1 who talkes hill by the
banid and looks into Isl, kifiivthemv4s
re.-pect. himn. onle who sees his whili.
hnilt's and notes the t"videlices of' old
11ge tust 'eel( giit that his lw laA
years tre to be fill of pence anml oruiet
neli M. Q1'AD.
Latent-As to Mary's Limb.
Malry hadl at little inh,
Mt4 fivece was blaek as Ink,
Atli[ Mairy hitid dgyjWAi -m)
She colit'llt 3.9levp ia Wink.
Sle suffered botih by Iighit -t.11 day,
With palits anid achtbuni.il her
Kind f'riedl 14Miggested she Should take
1P. DAVIB'S P.IN KILE.
It quickly turned Idyspepsia out
And nindil her giod ts new,
Alid jitst till way that Mary did,
ShiouldI i al dyspept(ies do. *
-Whai:t's th1' use atf 1hvin (fyspela'.in~
Why Is y you-vo~*. iart mi,.ma,a .... ti,m
Sou eat: lie 'ensble, take iirown'a's Irlon
fdittt rtnnd get well.
THE TESTS 0F'
PROVE BEYOND DOUBT
THE GREAT IIEALTH KEEPEIN
-THlE RELIEVER OF DISTRESS
THlE COMFORTER FOR PAIN
THEE ENEMY OF DISEASE
AND A FRIEND OF THE
FAMILY, WHICH SHOULD1
ALWAYS BE AT HAND.
EVER Y DRUGGIST KEEPS
CONS UM PTiiok.
Its speed'ly acetioni tuponl atil lronchiijtaft4
Puhniaonice A f(ectlion4 s i hevodl beillof
to those whio hav trevor triedi It-.
It speedTily'allay's liro,ivhial and Pub'n'd-.
ie IFe ve's. It; ht- t w'ondettrfl
EX.PECTORA Nq AND~ 111 A L
It 1(eq' tin he M yvo an. urinary 6:.
gans i-nia ntultt aaiWt he.al.thOy don'dition-=
PUTRIFI5S~ T HE 1Bt00#
Iitatntly reileven nigtht Sweats, gonentes
of appetito and genoi1at debility.- It ha;t
-bueAt knowtV only fouir years and1.
A CURE.. -
ADy one'suflliete',I witA what is generally
con.fsidere,&' death's (IaD*- nt mrker. consit aI
tton, cin be cutred for $2.5i0,. $5.0(l or
$10.00 according to theo stfag whih the
<tinea.o hias reachedwl. N.v p ativtt hettr fEI,
niken .'10 wotIthi li'oroi'1t1 wailafffeet'ell.
"'e89 I 1i4 rlcom)l enud'ed only for
pttbnon.ntry atffections, andti thosej desiring
to use It Canl do no by s"ndling thleir order'.
to the plropiiors of this pa per or dlredt
to mie, stat'fag that .yoatt w~ tlihr adVortibe
;nenot in he Wi inbor4i'NMtWa A intltgin
Cures Rlheumattism, either aoute or chron
ic, in from eight to ten days,
Price by Express, $5 per Bottle
DR. J. WV. WALKER,
Juneo13 FRIANKLIJNTON, N. C.
Eioasu SADDLES F'on $5, $6, $7 AND
$10. Kentucky Spl-ing Seat Saddles for
$0. ULiYSE (. DESP~OR.TES.
ehn.regudy toe otlor vll t lnto'
ower. -it feel that w-y hysulf. 'Thp taUi
letilonwluis to b t':d iny dtfiger 'to
Democratic-;siieess just now. but, then,
[ care very iitte aboa, bolitIes; very little
1ideed. 1 want good govoHe nt and tlo
fospriVy of the country. All my inter.
Dstv( are HHidticaltlih ndtlonal prosperi.y.
Mr. Gould talks ver.v nicely ot
Democratio prospects, bit he Is all
wrong on the tarifl'questioii. lie says:
"Free trade might have beeni ToQAblo
Lefore4ho'Wdr, but now the conuv
is In a very differeit condiuion." lV
irrive at the same coclusion,lbut fNdm
videly different promisep, viz: "The
atr('ff questio 8eema -to be the only
langer to Democratic euces just
EX-I,L-'_8iD ENT V A VI.
t VI"It to 11im'at IM10-11-HOW "M1. Ouad"
was Imiolmet by he Grent Coife(durato
-Only Praise from aill Sidop.
ifFrom the Det-roit Irea-Pres.]
It 4s a drive of fivo miles over a
andy -road 11nd through the oaks and
>aleiti ant pahnttoes froil Mississippi
ity to 'Beauvoi, the hom11e of Jeifllr
01 Davisj .aud as I passed over, the
oad (lie other A pil day, frighitwielig
ut alligator here, ski'tiig anL orange
ove there, and all of a suddeni break
ng out of ti.e forept '1pon the sandy
hores Washed by the we.tes of the
ulf, I felt that lie had well ("hosenl 411
home of l:s old age. ii is had beLlh it
ift, of tlurImoil, evenl bef'ore tletivil wal
was wlispered. lie had hem ,I g alt
n politics, a warrior ill Mexico, a
liplonatist and an antagonist in all the
nain issues of the day, and the pro
Awnm of civil groverlnielit, I Few lives
bave been so eventful.
I asked a justice of the peace who
1r-VO Imo down inl his sprinigless
Wtigoln, ilrawll by at Spall of two flit
h1orses, it' he knew Juilersuai Davis,
ad he answered:
"Why, o Coulrse-known hi n for
"Ai;d how -do the people iN this
neighbohood feel towards him?"
"ery body likes him. lie is a gooo
neighbor, a iust-:miile<l chizen, anI
hais the respect and good will of every
mlanl, womanil and chlild."1
"Are ay (if his former slaves in this
"Pleity of then) and what's more a
number. of them are iow in his ema
ploy. Hie was kimd to bial people, ilad
when the war closed auid he finally
came htre to settle down dozens o' hi's
old slaves were readv to hire to him11 at.
anly price. Of those inl his emplov
t.lher isn 't 11nO ne1Iy e o ng hl l iII (he S t '(*!
of Misissil)ppi to hire then to leave
himl). lie las two llrge cottoll planta
tionls, Olts'ide of t4e Deoliliir proper
ty, thus direcely aid intih-cly employ
ing hundreds of colored pe'ople, alid
yoll Call't finld onle h11o hasnll't at goodl
word for him. No, sirce, lister, there
sl't ia man ill this part, of the country
better thougAt of as; it neighbor, a
itizen anld a alt than - Jelyerson
The house is what we in Phe Torth
woild (1111 a story and it 111111 1ottagr.
ill licitI, anld it faces (lie guttf. A rounild
i s a th.*iotis grove of oaks ald other
n aods, and1( fromau here anid t here a tree
lh loi(t1" g'ray mos0a hlangs downI anId
-ings in thie breeze ini its wveird anti
to bea utifyv the groundif, utadl theay aVe
kelpt nii a1 neat and0 I idv condlil ion. -
The house is roomv, finaelv furnaished
unld, wthile t here is 'no oslenions11 (di5
)liay, t heroe1 ii haomeulik a( Itinosphere
uii ia look of cozy coanibrt . One rean
1n1id onue of' the hoaano c111om't.s arc'O
nificefod. Fr~omi thle verand one11 )10can
ook ot upon0 thle tireless wvhiiteaps
olhnii ill upon1 (lie sadv hcifh, and1(
lhe aneighbors ale all te the word
I had only a miomenit to wait before
lie ex-Plresidenat came1 ini ianti cave m1e
h arlty g rasp (of thle hiati mI w111 ordIs
>f' welomae. Tlall, ahlnost snow whaite
aiir and( whiskers, blue1 eve's, c
vrinuklinig it.hli age, voice as sofit anld
(indf ats a iniother's--sateh wats the pic
ltre of thie uia wvho thr four years
told the dest inhies of' a coni tent iln his
roll gripj. hI lie zen ill of his power
10le may havue appeaJre'd hauglhty aa d1
111pIerious to sotne, hit tnIot t o the geal
ralhity. A kind Iti theew I have anever
lit, antd thiotigh lOL' is someaithin g inl
lhe vouice to warn one 1 t hat. its o)wner
ias hold pla1e( and1( po.wer, 0one is soon
hatnelid wvith its kinmdaess and tollcir
Alr. D)avis is seventv-thraec years of
uge, and his hea llth Is aatt of thle host.
I if evidenit that his li fe of vicissitude(1
s dr1W awig to at close, tad ias onel real
zes it lie camsiuit bt, laiiro'. the physi..
al iand men01tadl machinaety w lhi lifts
ziood the straiaa of so n'unch labor.
Alanty aI man11 of einal age 11ha l
lownm his burlldens of' publicw life whoa
M[r. Daivis assulmedl his greaitest. lie
vithiun thle hast few years. II is Ilit-tf
'y work, eniteredl upon long after his~
ixt(ieth birthdoav, wvas a t:'sk which
vou11ld haave dliscourafgedl taiay an
uthor t wenty yetars y'ounge~r,V yt hae
nao no( pauso5 unti dIIhe hist chaap)tor
vas mn the publisher's hiads.
NORITII. AND) SOUTlf-.
Hie askedt me aboen. my Southerni trip
-wvhere I had beeni, whiomi - haad maet~
md1( whaitt opinlionl I land formredt oi' thi
enhtimeuunt of the muasses ;. andt whean r
miswered thiat flue North : ndo Sout h
eemledl muore closIlaunited to-dayv
lan at any period in our historv, h'0
gr,ando and( pr1ogressive countrt,"' lhe
nio, '"anad the better the pieolhe'uier
laud each other the better' for ut-r
utauve ias ai foutrty."
lIe asked meO reogardliu'n thme semiti
ant of (ijo North, iad I bl'icvo r
msuw0eed trahuvlena f fOld; hi'Ihab
'ancor and( ittern'ess hadta diefd (lil oV
lie hearts of' all but dem'aagogues and1(.
"That Is right,"' he repliedi, "a~nd- I
lust that no. tuntoward e'vent w ill sever
he growinIg oordlial ri'tions."
By and by we drifted inIto the su:b
cot of' wvar. It was i.- I)uivis who'
tave Genleral McClulaai his ifrat up.
varild stops, anld it was Mir. D)avls who
typointed Gener'alI ienade- to the lK.ake
sutrvev, and1( was shvarply criticiseedl
'or his sOleotiOwl. lio believed that
kicClellan's campaign agaus. Rlich
nondh, had he been1 piermitted to carry
t otut as9 planned, ad received tho'
iearty support of' the WVar Department,,
nnst have resulted disastrously to the
"I knew McClellan, Meado ,Hum.
>hrley and near'ly all theo Fbdoril Gon.
rals," said Mr. Davis, "iad many of1
hem~ woro mv nrot6&ma. Althanaht
BUY THE BEST!
NAT. J.-O. D m-Dear Sir: I bought' the
Ars Davhafht tinfr sokI iyon over live
eiu' s it for m'y wif w k1 dVI aiVen- ita
long and fair trial. 111tam well pLed with
it. It i'eker gives aiiy- trouble, id is as
good as Wihni firlt bouglit.
.J. W. DOniCA.
Winnsboro, 8, U.-, April 1im.
f mr. 'T lou wish to know what I
hare fo say In regard to the Davls Maclu0
.lotight of voll thi.t'eeys . 1 feel
tanM .v * ln6ehli t its YMr. I mado
AlN',it $$'O.0O vit.hi n five moliths, it tites
running it so ras't that tihe nedltewoifld o' t
rectiy hot froi friction. I fil eotfident
not have done the rame work vith I
as rtitiet t!e and so well ivith an:y lither
fitatlibie. .No time Ipst i uJta'tiig .1
t-MhinIAS The. ligitest r iin k 1hehiit
I hav'MVer 6teadled. 1Urihr -u11nles anid
Willian's families are as much101 pleased
with thir Davis Matiies bought of you.n
I want no hefter miaeline. As 8-aid'-h
fore, I donl't th1in I'm e n Ve said forb
the Davis Machine.
Fairfild county, A pril; 116c.
.Mr. I)oAoi My iictine ghl-i e. pei-feet
sitisfnctlon,. I 1i11d it) fault with it.. The
littac-hilents are so niiile. I wish for lnd
Wetter than time Davi8 %e-tical Feed-,
Mints. R. Mi.INO.
S Fairfeld county, April, 1883.
M. RoAG: I bought, a Pat!s Vert*caf
Feed Sewing Machlite iron yvu tour year
ago. I ain deliltedN with it. It nver ha
gfven me I.any trouble, and has never beei
the leamt out of order. It is as good as
Is .whenl I firat bo0di It. I an lihevifully
do Iecommend it. Itespectitlly,
INins. M. J. KiIIK.AIAn.
Monticello,'April 30, 183.
This is to certify tMt I have be*en usin"r
a i,Davig Vertital Seed Sewing Machin(
for over two years, puirhased of Mr. .1. 0. 9
long. I liivi'e't forud it p6ssessed 1of an y
fault--all the attahu1te-nts are so) sin1tple;
I, It never refuses to work, and is ce-ta1inIV
tihe lightest runnimnjg in the market. I cui:I
ad sider it. irst-ctss niachine:
31INNIx M. WuI.i.Non[AM.
3 nh~Oo: I am welli plasti in ev~ery
paicular witht t.he D)avis Machine bouTht
ofr y~ou. I think it ia irstemass machhhle in
ever1y respec(t. Yout know you soid se'verai
metines of th:e saune make to different
members of' ourt families, all of whont, as
usfar as I knmow, are wail pidtsedh withi them,.
FalHild Fon ty,A pii, 1883;1 .
This is to etirify we have hi d in constant
use the D)avi Mac~hine bought of you. about
three ago. As we take in work, andu have
madet e ie of if .t,teral I itnes over, and .l
don~i't waiit nnh'better mmahinle. is ailways'5
yreadyv to dhO any', kind of wo'rk we h reo to
dos. No puctk'et ing~ dr siki pping siiches.
Wte can onily say we are well pleased, ando
wish tio better aamchine.
AIkf T.UERINE; WY~.iE and Sister: -
I have no f'aul ninU Iint withi uy macthine,
9anti oit't want aniy bete-. I have uIsadeC
ba tihe price of it several timnes by t.akiin~ (i
sewinug. It h.4 itiivavs readyv to ilo its wornk.
1 t.hinik it a fir'st-efirs nunaiitj:. I feel I
can'mt say too much for tihe D)avis Vertical
Mus.arildcny TI!.OaAS SMr-rIi
Fairnld conty,A pil; 1883:
. .7i J0: BoAo-Dear Sir: It gives mne
umuech bfealstfre' to testify to thle mierits of
the D)avis Vertical Feed Sewing Machine
Thle machine I got. of yotn abiotit five years I
algo, has been ailimost ini constant' use
rver shnee that tiite. I 'annliot see thiati i
isinang, and has tne rost in3 one 5ent
for repairs since we have had it. A m well
pleased and don't wish for any better.
- fti'w. Cn.\wi.onn.
Or anite Quarry, near W inmsoru; S. U. 4
We have used the D)avis' Y(ie.ah Feed
Sewing Machine for tihe last live years.
We wou)mld inot have aniy (thler ntake at any
ricea. The mneahilte htas given uts uni
Pairfield coutnty; fS. C.; Jan. 27, 18483.
IInvting h)t1Ight a Davis iert'leai Feed'
w~ing Machine fromi Mr. J. (. img sonmi(t
three years aigo, and ii. haviktg gi''i n ue!
jierfect satisfaWtloui ini everf r'~eet as a
-finilly maelilne, both for he~avy and( Jight
. s'Wiug, and A'eler nieeded the lene?t ifa
6 Mrt~ in any W, I ~an'n.cheerfn'ily reom
.nrd it to anjy onue as ai ihs-esas macinei(3
,,in every' j'riYda'r, andh think if sef'IXl to.
n10114- It ila 01ne of the shnpilest muacineiu ]
inato;; in.fe 'iihieni nol it with all ease.
Th'le attahmnenuts arme inore easily adjutsted
adi:esa greater i itR of ork by eans<
*chine I have ever 6i or use..
Muts. Tmnmas OwINGSi:
WVlunshot'd,. Fairlield counity,. S.- ;
S1 We l'ta~e haed'one of fhe havis Machhites
I.aboaut fpur years atid have always found it
-readj to (do all kids of wor'k wvp haye- had
(occas4iont to'do. Can't see that the macehuha
J.is wor'n,aniy, and.works as wvell as. when
new-' Mt. WV. J. OCtAwFYon).
F.. Jackson's Creek, Fairfield county,- S. C.
Y ie is hight ylased witYh the hitvi. qj
Jae tpe buought o' lon. She would not
take dottble what s ie gave for it.- The
mnaclhhte hak- not been out of o1'def~ 'ine
shie hadt it and sihe can do- m'nv kind (of
work on it'. Ver'yrespdht-tftufi~
M'6t'iellh, Flarileid count . O
Tme Davis Sewing Mach'ne las simply a.
treiaura. Muts. .J. A.' '90DWrYN. -
idgeway, N. C., Janm. 10: 1883..''
pL J, 0. BOA a, Esq., ent;....)'e.r SIr' My '
wife has be.en usig a DaVIs Sewing Ma
Olhnd edthItalntly for thtf past four years C
(and it'hadl never htrdi n is
rorks just as wel fts whpn YEr ou t-- sQm
hsyst will do'tt greatdt' range of ic
~,tietil work ,and do it ensiei' and bettor- thn,
anm mahehine she has over uised. W.d <heer. A
fut hy recommend it as a No. 1' famniy
m rachmine. Youft'-tuly
Winnsboro,.8. O.,.Jan.3,'' 183.
he 140114 tefotandation-'o~
11Ife, It "6Multio tugh -every patt
of the b6iiiyiid uWless TIt is tfe
rIch ealth Is imposibe.
Ifsehtr -the system
tt.vol %bequit way to4iv.
it ou -. to p.ify and enrich. the
These simple fats Are weli
Ino%;' tid 1he 'hIghb4, medieal
autoreij' agree that no/Msg but
iron will lostore the blood to Ith
tuulKnnit'op j alid 1io (th'ft
* f thek -' .aidti hlitherto
nade blacke' ie teeth,- cause-head:
ache, aiwd are otherwise injurious.
~o.s(CoWa T itDITTIRS will thoi
4dughly abd quickly assimilate with
'the blood, purifyirfg and strengthen
ing it, aid thus drive disease froj#
-a a -of teiystem, and it wiil
%ot blnet the teeth, cause head
ache o'.,ip-ostlpationj -*Ml is pool.
tively. 't injurous.
Saved his Chill
57 . Eutaw Si., lBaltimbre M.t
Feb. is, sfio.
,j Pond the recommendAz
It~~~ fren Vted 1jitowm'*
IRN.51tK ~A , t6nIto and rd
storative for -in laughter, whor
I was thor'olghly convinced was
wasting away W Consumption.
)aving lost thutiot eYl;~t& by thq
rrb$o diseas indY sthe care
11rnient'blialins, Iwas loth t6
belleve . . h could arrest
the progress - a but to
ter ad taken one bottle of Rowl"'
t1IR94he begn to mes
Inlt~. OW r.LV,cs1arcd to torm&ft
health-...1 d;itghter began to
show iiA '6f Consumption, and
when th J&yit ian was consulted
hequcly 11at. Tyonics ware re.
itired;" and "'.i Infdmcd that
- etder siAter was tMing JjtowX*!
4iu Bruans, rcsrd that
a aood tonic, take id" tah
BROWN'S IRON PfTTERS effectual.
cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion alid
Weakness, and renders the greatet
relief and benelit to persons sufferirn
from such wasting diseases as Con.
6unLion Kidney Complaints, ctc.
I ian reMinv ilv 11w iddilio
to Iy Stock of fihulf 'antid un1it StAt
Tomtoes and Tomatoeq and Okra
A ppirs and Peaches.
Ita-sphorry, itw ry,Pineanpp'
Uitroi1 and 01,rnI! N1a1ripa lalde.
I lam Saurspe. Corned BeeI al
Tlonigtu inl ennis.
Itoast Chickent andu liounst Tu'rke
CJweeft and. laccaron i.
Stugars, Coffees and Teas of varlo
M1eal, Flourir. GMist anti liaconi.
Newi OrleaTlf Molaisses and Svi
Fishi r amt FaItonr Marrket it er.
Bordeni's l'itsjI Condtenased Milk.
Raisins inul N;a.
Spices a1int Conufectiozinries of ettI kitit
All of whidh ill1 be SOLD ([IEA
for CAd hI by -
S. 8. WVOEF3
UNUERTAKtRWS DEPA RTMEN
ALL CATsJi PR?OMPTL.r A
I keep on hand a ftull supl)iy of
METALLIC BUjliAIf CASKETS
of thre nietfinishi, and
of tihe latest styles; antd also finitation
RIOSEWOOD) CASES AND 00FFIl
and a CIIEAP OliIADE of COFFlN.9 a
fT is A pii Wr wrnj, nj.g,, you
Wa'gon or flu r fo'r lea 'flan atnyone
town- LYSEG DESPOIIlTE'
liIW1ISWICK CANVASSED IIAM
D)ECOflrTCA'fl)) PATENTr FLOU
SALMON, CA )@ED CORN El BEE
1"INNAPIPLb anrd nIfACIIES,
PICKLES AND) CIIOW-CIIOW, a'
a full stock of everything usually ke
fit a flreciqass
All of wbloh wvill b>e soltd L0W 11
J. A1' JAfoMN TR4 C M
WRING GOOS1! SPRIl GOODS
I have nor redy for inipection a.rtill iib "Of 'SPRI N
ODS, coniting of
qV1.eS VkILING, BUNTINGS, DOTT'Eb 'ta1 LAI.
SWISb, PAIN qndI VIGURED MUSiNS,
LACED, STRTPED nd'COR-DE-D
GINGHAMS and OALICOES-.
N gtock &e W.is'ihcl Youths' Clothing will be
5TRAW HATS IN ALL T _YLES "AND PRICES
1Men', Boys' -nti Youths' low V1t Shoes. Ladies' and
4en's Cloth and Leather Slippers. Also, a beautiful line of
JALL AND EXAMiN5 bEFOr i CRi IASING,
J. R.1OESCIIEL, Agcnt.
THE C O NE R STORE,
UNAVOUA I LY. lock was Y661ntinter tis Spring thalt usnl; but
or1t11ut y, *at. SUi.11 PiM '38 as to elnable. 'ie to i1 t he 81lk-1tPET
.OM'E'TITION. I am keeier to sell than over, and urgetly ext'elit
AN IN VIT A T ION
TO everV mn, wvont and child in Fairfield Coiny td V'it 1MY $TORE
vithni thl xt, T ' DA Ys.
1 1,'T 1AVE MY STIORI- WITIOUT MKINQ' TO 8EE ANY
CLE YOU W1811 TO LOOfR AT, AND ASK TIlE PItICE
ALL SA LL U V%ATTED ON POLITELY. AND NO lUMBLINo
N (s.SE A SALE IS NOT EFFIX1.TED. Pl'6CES 811A;LL B1, AS LOW
IS likE SAM E GOODS CAN BE SOL) AT IN WINN8B1O.
of. AT_ J. M D EATY.
T TABMS AT THE 1EADi
TI''at it is Ihe acknowletdged1 Leade'r id
thi '1'trace is~ a facet that cannot be diL. -
a r YIMM' - -T---Jflss. iNl:AY T
-l I.heLugest Ariedai,
The'i mos)~t Ikhautiful Woodwor k
ANfl 1'? IS WAR~}I(ANTED I
T1o la miade of the best material.
.' 1(1' (h do S any and all kindas of work.
To e comle).te inI every resc.
Agetst wahled ini tirtufedTe''i
)UMEST.lIC SEWING# MA~CIINE Co,
__________ luihnionid, V~irginia.
he o ~i ~i ba par if my stock a'of on.i damaged diuring. recenit i-apakitsi o
-alu , [ii ' t -a I lasa eeie tl.
5300 Meni's Strawv I lats at 10) cents.
)F ce Goods f'or boys at 15, 20, 2 -ad3 ets othd~1 h.mn
100ht rmyw.beou a -hc:i; ous price of' 50 cents; witi $1:28
3G Men's Patellt Uordedl Ede -aaa,a 30,sl atya i Whi
>or'o at double the mlonecy. gePnm,at2.0so<IstyaidWn.
mEOns. s noXEs. sE:~Ems.
100l airs , (Ieii , Lo urIered Shoe n, $1.~ ~ Mif~L
d1isses cannuot he0 surpatssedl by a.ny house ini Winnisb,oro.or.idean
~DOATS, VESTS' Ajr 9.AJiTS .
Iii this DE'l'I'IMENTl J am oflfiiseeTiiara'.A ;O
md' $O5. CLTE tt4, uip to MlCE ilUSINESS St;ITS at #6, $10, $12
O. x(I $$Tb MlAINTAIN MY REPUTATION A~S 'i'UZADER O
no0w rcceee ttrsoko
(PR I ) OJ)1, 'It#1 havethnrad
hle (Oelebr'atj1 "d rliswick" laIns.-try We think ' e can SAPV'J,y sa'ta
ono jhave nde.openied at any time a' ,IIOr
cen'(Nem Macrel'. ' d Luple e srtmnt or better dlasi d
::t~nI ortdan 'meia Sarillnes.d a -reard ices, we wvill only ayt
alo (ose) acisei .. . thea4 e oo0il(bsl as low'1ts thid sID1
r.l iit~4 Iiported Macaroiit,- LM O'~OD
n-tieti Pers,A(uine , in gallon cans.
Gitet e r a, 9 ted. Pinra.pioldPdin any M /?W T,'aIdaasln'e Ot
(ul'"Sucotah(l llf)sle'k.1)i1c1uCistomersI that they will h)- proteted i
1)avls Lestor Manor" . Toni'toeA.-a--hand-. i prices, as we will -meet'thie inarket at SII1
ross .pBack esc1.CwPlk timec in an'yshitig.
rosse r fl r eW orcestersh, i ace. Wo would call special: I ttenutioni tOoV0
daiSnow-Flakes. Condensed M~ilk.A iME
lot of Iandtled JIoO'andl Graini Crad1oe' whIeh will bfouindI'!mnplete in every 0
ALLr OHEAli FOR OASH. tlcular', and all wo askIsl an-InspoetiO .1
tle10 ubili'. -
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