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RiE NEWS ANDRERALD.
rA1 URDA?.'MAy 20, $: re a 5
.dNO" . ..R.YNOL)8.
reffs.8.. DOUGL.-rS nr
CmNESE Ilabor is about to be intro
tIqpdi1nto Brazil. Twenty thousam
udentured laborers are to be landed a
Itio at a-ost of a little over tenl dollarl
a'head. They are to receive about thir"
,Ayftwo.cents a day and ill .have .to
'provido their own:tbod.
TENtEssEE' hs adopted a now plan
-to diminish drunkonness, by passing 1
law to prevent the'saile of intoxicating
liquors without the written consent of
their parents and guardians, or to
husbands who are common drunkarde
inless their wives give their consent.
'The operations of t1iis law will be
'watched with interest.
THE Hon. Richard Urowlcv, of New
Yo-k,;attorney-at-law and inember of
Congress, evidently knows how to
make politics pay.- A biography of
him>states that "he entered the Now
York State Senate a poor man and be
fore serving out his first term amassed
means with which he purchased at n
cost of $30,000,the elegant residence or
:.1igh atreet, in the City of Lockport,
-of the late Eli Chase." lie had "an
- economical wife.".
'THEREiti is gossip floating arontl; in
Atlanta, that General Gordon and
Governor Colquitt have become in.
vclve'd, and 'that the railroad enter
\ prise in Florida ist.he thing that has
wrecked them pecuniarily. The nu
iors fly thick and fast-among othei
hinmrs that attachments have been pul
i Gordon's propert.y, and that Col
uitt caninot pay further on the build.
i ig of his tine Edgewood residence anc
i mas not paid his hands. Both storici
rc vigorously denied.
A'riR long years of litigation ti
Arlington, aState, which was seized b
the government under a harsh am
cinjiust:Jaw,.ha beein paid for. Oi
Monday, the Secretary of the Treasur
issued a warrant in jaror of R. N
Batchelder, Deputy Quartermasto
General, for $125,000, which is to b
paid to General Lee's heirs. Th
amount appropriated by Congress fi
the purchase of the estato was $150,
<000,'but $25,000 has been inmpounde<
to await the result of an action at '].v
to determine. the amount of taxos dna
.on the property.
.G1E.NVI..L Ncws: The tariff fo
protection is called the bulwark of tl
American workingmon-his safeguarc
against "the pauper labor of E-urope
But in Peonnsyvaiia when the work
ingmtan demnandls more pay and thrmmeat
ens a strike lhe is calmly bidden to pro
coed. The -mnill owners .knowv tha
they themselves will not. snfrer by thi
closing of their doors and the blowini
out of their furnaces. They know tha
the protective-tariff stands as a ill a
overy port to shut out competition froni
abroad while.our homnemills are idie
and that consumers of their warei
must wait until .the wvorkingmen art
starved into submission. Protectio
(100s indeed protect the monoplolis
from.competition anad tbe boss froni
the demands of the 11en for more pa:
SENATORs Il ~mmPTON and Bulir wer*
mainly instrumental in procuring thi
position of Mississippi River Commis
sioner for General Ferguson. J
special to the Western press states tha
lhe graduated at, West Point in .1857
andi refsigne~d from the army March
1861, to join the Confederacy. 11e i
strong levee mnan, and has mnade lhb
Mississippi river' a study for years
The army engineers regard h'is ap
pointmnent wit,h favor, and it is though
that the aplpointment will he pop)ula
in the Mississippi Valley. The Necv
Orleans Pca yuenc says: "At the fitrs
Bull Ittin hie won a.deserved c'aptaincy
Ills name is rep)eatedly mentioned i1
the reports of Generals Jlohnston an'
Beauregard. On the stair of the latte
lhe served to such purpi)0o that lhe re
ceived special acknowledgmnent an<
recognition. Concerning his fitnecs
fo)r his 1)ew position tand the prlopriet;
of his appoitment there will not b
two opinionis in the South,"
THmE Quakers of Philadelphia an
v'icinmity are greatly loneed( at
tile faling off' of their numbers. A
the Yearly Meetinig held last wenk thi:
uunatter was made the subject of inves
tigation and dhiscussion. Several lead
ing Friends gave it as Ihir opinioa
that the increase of w.ealth is at th~
bmottonm of theo trouble. It is ktnow:
that most of the Friend(s are ex(ceed
- ingly thrifty. Sotme of them liar
made vast amounts of motnoy. Thel
childr'en have no fancey for thie Bevel
biroad brim and scoop bonnet fashions
but desire to put on mote style, amnd
live like the world's peopl)1. Very foi
of the young folks, rich or poor1, am
following in tihe ways of their partt
The only way in wvhich those yon
peopleo can h.lo saved1 to Quakerismj i
for the more older'ly onles to relax thel
old ruil8s as to costume and amnst
ments. These good old people hav.
forbidden so marty things which ar
)lot sinthl that the yontge' omies iem
cramped and are asking for mor
liberty. If they cannot have wviti
the bounds of Quakerism the libert:
t,hey want they will Beek it elsewher(
ENoYbISH SADDLES FoRl $5, $6, $7 AN1
$10. Kent,ucky Spring Seat Saddles fc
St16. U IXSSE 0. DFESPORlTES.
(fP'i BUGotFit AT 07 anmd RmA. AT
E A --DE..ORTES.
THE TESTS OF
PROVE BEYOND DOUBT
IPerryDaviss Pail Killer
THE GREAT'IEALTH. KEEPER
THE RELIEVER OF DISTRESS
THE COMFORTER FOR PAIN
AND A FIEND OF THE
ALWAYS BE AT:HAND.
EVERY 'DRU'GGIST ICPs
--GIVEN TO THE
UNDERTAKER'S DEPA rT'MENT
ALL CrL PR oM ni'2xY 2'T
I keep on hand a full supply ot
METALLIC BURIAL CASKITS
e 'the flnest fnish, and
of the latest styles; and also Imitation
ROSIWOOD CASES AND COFFINS
and a CIlEAP GRADE of COFFINS amt
Rt. W. PH~JILy's.
AND FEED STABLES
HORSES AND MULES
.Jnst nlrrivedl, one e,arloadi of yonug, fat
broke Kentucky Mules and Ilorses--amon
thlem somue nice driving miares.
ON E PAIlR OF NICE BAY IIORSES
Conme anid get the pick, as I will swVap a
wedi as sell, so y'ou can't mniss a trade.
will swap for any and all kinds.
Don't he backward ini bantering me t
swap, asl am not at all scary.
WOOD'S ODON TINi
W.f1TENING AND) PRESERVIN(
KEEAPS TH'IE II!tE'ATI' PURE ANI4
FLlM~ULA OFP D)R. T. Tr. MOORE
W1. C. FISHSJER,
WHoJlESAJ,E AOJKN, CoinIA, S. C
For Sale' In Winnsborn bay
McMAST1ER, URICE & KET1CIIIN
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!'
jCREAPER THIAN EVE,~
Boots and Mhoes 3ade to Ord'i Out c
the' Bst Material.
Fine French Calf Skin Boots.. ., . $A
F"oxed Boot', and( C:oingres Gaiter...$1.1
R(epairing neatly andI p)romptly done ai
the LOWVEST PR I(;ES.
Conigress Street, next. door to J1. M. Beaty
JUSTr R1 EELVED
FEllR1IS'S IIONE,E.SS BREAI(FAS'
FElI1<IS'S SMO)K ED H1EF TONOUES
(COLUMillA RIVEi~ SA LMON,
FBFtESH OAT M EAL.
S. S. WOL"i'S.
Mn y 21
flR. J. M. E~LLIOTT, SR.
lRespnect fully informas the public that hi
lhes on hiand a .li line of
COIFINs AND! CASR ETS
and is prepared to do anything in undel
A full lIne of BURIA L ROBES, for mets
women and children-a now feature-ver;
neat, appropriate andl cheap.
We ask for a share of the patronage.
J. M EITr, .
,A'aTsby."RMtors: .I1 your issue of
e :oth nst.. ther' Is al artice by a
Scertaln meitno, liurporill ". be au
- 6nswe': thiltpiece of 41. B. I]. The
delusion as to it'being a+-19lswoi' nust
eojt only in the mind of thl vritpir,
r I ap positivdthere'is not a single
sttement substa)itiatedt by any fact,
but it is simply a stringr'f uneauing.
less platitudes on his part which le is
vain enough to imagine wi,l ccenviuuc
the public upon his uneorroborated
statements. This gentlenan says fur
ther that the rod is oflbred by its advo
""ates and tolerated by the public as an
instrument of culturto. That idea eor
tainly originated aid etmananted fron
his .own mind, Tov I certainly givo
utteranco to no such absurd and ridicu
lous proposition. Now it is .satent,
that the rod is not used to the extent
it forn'erly was, still the fact that it is
used even to a lesser extent does not
help his positiol. On -the contrary,
mny views would bo proven to be cor
rcnt that. some punishment is necessar'y
nlov,-c"ven if the age of prog ress had
reached that point where childrenii are
no longer children, but are governed
by the dictates of reasona and judg
ment. ie sneers at my udrions -to
the teachings of Soloaon, 1111 assert.s
that wise as he -was, he is no "head
light for this generation," and that his
teachings that a "rod for the fool's
back" (fbr that, I presuts:, is what he
Supposed was my allusion, alliothgh it
wasnot,ancl if he will ontl' Search lie will
find a senitence reatding thus, ',pare
the rod and spoil the eliahi"f ) would
not. answer this ago of prorress. 'Blut
enough of Solomnon, For I "judge from
the manner of speaking iln this "age ot
progress fanld reason" his tevchiltgS are
Valueless, but t'hat the teaching if ' te
El.ders should be sliiht.ed is no new
thing, for we are Iauglt from the sam11e
i.spired book ''that the children of
'his genoration are wvise in their ownli
conceit," and we see this exempliiled
i equally as well now ats wknii that sen
i tetce WaS writtetn, IIid it is tt '.to.r"e
self-evident ill proportion to the ign.i
ranco that prompts it. As I said be
tfore, 1. am3 averse to cruelty, alnd it' the
w.wise Mr. Uno would only point out a
substitute for the birch I amt willing to
advocate Ihat. sub1st itute and .insi- 4on
I the adopt ion of it; but Ior himt to
IIsser't that the ''relic of barbarisn"
must, he dispensed with Iu-l suggest
nothing better Stur.ns to 13 t le sill
ply beggillg the <tlestiol, it1113 allhough
lihe unght inpose upon 11hc unsophisti
enaled atntl unediucated, still I thinlk his
r bire asert ioln to that. oil.ei. does not
l'ove anythiii', Itci is 1iot i'ntitlel to
- any colsiderilol. lie atte pits Ilso
I but very flim1,ily, to -it'stion my state
r mntt( it)l the connectio n beaween
corporali pIlnishlllt and divorce. I
will state or his eiditi'ation (fir' I pre
m111110 vl;ivy one sawt" 1y oecutct ) that I
nent.to in ply tht tie ,wa it o1' i roi cr
'training ald discit line in the ho.v he'tel
to a disregaol, n1ot onl' of the iawIts of
I his countrY, but of his Gotd, Iad it' Atr.
S111n1 ead the newpaper. .. h'. lie um.. St in e
.knowni Ilt)aimlt. thet, Legiszltr --IO avs
ha a115I great d(l to dto with I e me--a~~
- Studily the Slait of 0 0 tile di ll'rent
tStates, anid I tink lie wvill soon be
con1Vinced1( of' thle fact, a5 slt td by tmi.
L hut 80e 't.he et'omhi:ceni* ' M i h
1wichI lhe asser1ts thalt the'V w old has
ibeen going iniI a wr1'ong ieelion. "11ut
like liaiy othier thing!ts you)1 sayi we
(MOlr. tUnu) tel lyou, it is 'all wong.
,say~ SO-crq/0, it iiis e o,~ pos8itIive
h ut onisveto no0 one h1t. hiiinself.I'
llowi do we estimnate a1 ninl's ebitanter
e'xcep~t, fromt his co ndt et? it i str rii
t hat wei' sometino 11 ec 500 1en wh ose ctoi..
du.ct, is exempIlarhuy, but who1 areo dle
1ienlt. ii moral wor'th1, butt e'xcep'tions~
formll rules, and11 wherie the oppor't.uits i
oil'rs thle "cL'oveni-'oot'' is bonm li h'O
sho(w itself, aliol the eailv triing and'11(
discipiline1 of' thle boy is b~ound3( to uer't
thenmselve's inl thet mo1i1. I conltend thait
- is 1ioinited 11u, learnl'in g Iro thli3le pa3st
Sugl', thie ho3st. mean1 s inl our1 powier.
I1 wouhl I like to ask thle gen t lemanu,
ii' regiilaitinig 1 the conduct ot' the pupil
IS 3not onle, step', am lt a good hmig step,
a mil thbe direetl14)n of' eduait ion. Andl
how is t hai "hard 'i-natunred hov"' to 1be
'(of kindntess ama4 imililentt ly 'stmids
- ltoof, refIusinag to be hlearm'd or' to be
Il aughtI ? Is lhe to he left to gr'lowI inr
,' ignoranlce) a reproof' to his pairentIs ando
and I imagin'iie it wVoldi not1 beI dlilienit
1. to findl liinga examliple,, een in 1.is
,townl, wiher'e a judicionis tIogginhg hadit
been1 (of in3tcalculable bemOit, hO. 111
though bliow s "will inot show 10ito untu
tored inids the beauiitv t here is itn
nature'", sitill they' wA'ill help to awa'keni
- the unlC(edeted so as to imeie ~ that ul
h eatyti wichl poss5ibly hand beeni slum
berinlig I ask whyl thlis wise M.'. ('to
who dhsplay3s his' hitter' ignlor'ance of
the subI)jet, doe not po it, 03ut his
D method ot' inulucing the y'outh ot' thi
age of priogress'5 to lear andl beii lc'ome
men01 of' isdomi wh'o can; witeil news
benefacitor', anld .I am Iisur1Ie he woi) ( he
held iln honor' by patrentIs an 131Ieaeber1
and lor'o and1( respect by scholarst
- throughout all gener'at ions.'
. Me~s's. Editors, I muist sayi that it
we take the fiest senitencte in'the con
chuding paragrapl'th) (3f NI I. UnO' arit ic'le
e 1 at a lelx t hat his edintion ha3 l~s beet
a condu icted onl the prliincip11le so1 wVarm
.y iv (ivoenates, t hat. hais educratIion haIsi
iJen nle"lecteud, and t hatI his te'acher'
Cwould hatve done1( his (dutyV beOtteri hi
r' ihr' if hwelhad lsedl the bfr'eb aL litti(
e ofter aind mior'e freely 13. As lie as
itmne'S t hat aalI whot dIifl-' tfroml im1 an
" h30'led upon01 ai dead3 //wh of' the Iret
Sof' knowledge", ando he r'efers to facts
v wo ask tor' those facts, bforil ah:mig h I
o htave carefuIlly13 searcthed ih f hm I h ave lu'
beOen unlable to ihaid inl his arlticie,
.1R. II. lb. wvill onlyi sIly iln r'erenCIce t
himaselt' tand the r'egre e' S(xp1)it5edt fo:
s him, that. lhe has receOiived the t hanks os
r' mlore ih-m 0one par'ent lfor hatvinig pub1
h icly ex pressedl I le views enlter'tained(
by themiselvos in r'etfeee to thtis mat
terw, and if all the f-tets aret !kc thaose
e brought for'war'd hv Ma'. UJno, hie it
I contenit to leavie thlis subject where it
The Ilotheredl Army Suirgeons.
f It was In walr-timles. Thea Q ua3rtermaster
of the F"our'th Now York Ar'tilleiry wast
nietarly dead with ohysenter'y. Th'le suirgeonl
dild their best for hian but at last gave lhin
Sup. Lieut. fHenis, wito Is now well know'n
r mierchant hii Oneida, N. Y. veniture'd t(
(lose him wIth PERRtiY D)Avis 8 PAIN KIL
LER:i. In a few days the Qualrtermaster's
lltfringa were over, and he wtas on dhuty3
Y HAS N
-s'XLa TO CURr
1t4 ' e cly i%o'n upon all Bronehial.di
umlniu$. Affections 18 beyond bellef
to those ilwo have never tried It
It 4peed lt lays Broi L$al'and Im
nio F'evers. It'iNanyonderful
E PEC1RANT 1M) 41 E A L E ]
:It cpth'e digestive -tthi 'urinary c
ans.in"++ emI-,nd hedil hyeondition
PUT1YYfs THr BLOOD,
Insttht+y stolioyes tiit iwonts, gonene
of appetite and general debility. It h
been,known only four years and
HAS NEVEl FAILEDIt%fb RFEC
Any one aliotod with wint is -gdreral
considered :death's atnl1ttnurier, ooinftn
tion, can be cured for $2.50, 5:0I) i
$10 0n acoordling to the stage .whlbh 41
dis.ase has readhed. No patient l( y
taken $10 worth -befte Ydmte'was affeeto
The 6PE,CIFIC Is reuoun-endod only *
- Pulmonary affections, and those dlditi
to use it can do ao-b"'sending thdirrdetne
to the proprittors of t2fs ;pt r 'tf .t
" to mhe,, Ktatinlg tpiat yo%n *W nf'l1uVerl;i8
nent in the VIduboro1Vt "t illn
Curtes Rll ;(itism, eitlat-sl'irt'e ar ifru,
-10i crhtjeight to tenlas
* re is 6per B3ol
rtA Nii1toN O $. 'O
We have now received our s'tock
SPR1ING GOODS, and have thea r'ad
We think v 'ea&t SP !, Y say that w
have never opened at an3' timne a mom
complete assortment or better 'ekass
As regards prices, we will only say the
those goods wiili be sold as low as the sai
CLASS OF GOODS
are sold In anfy MA RKI, and assure or
.ustomers that they will be protected I
prices, as we will ieet the manrket at an
tim'3 in ahnythig.
We wouid call special attention to ot
'which cill b Tound complete in evere Tai
tieular, and'ali we ask is an inspec-in bm
MQMATR, 'BRIOE & ETCim
Light and1( durable, will not rust ad
s not affected by heat. I have Preservin
I Kettles, Rice and Milk Boilers, Tea Kcttl
and Sauce Pans of this celebrated 'ware.
a O)IL STOYE should h)e in every houst
I have the Whitney Hot Blast with all ti1
fixtures. Will do as much cooking with
Fe w cents' worth of oil as an ordinary atov
The best oil should be used with the.
stoves ais wvell as burned in lamps. Orient:
' Oil, over 1.100 fire test, ia the bes4t oil mad<
A No smoke, no smell, and safe and cheanp.
The GitAND) (jUARER OAK leads a
other cook stoves. I have also the Stant
r a rdi Charter Oak, Iml>rovedi Lee, So. Frien
Cotton Option and 11111 Arp. Stove Hlov
ware, lDripping Pans, Pipe, Elbows and1( a
) other Stove Tlrimmnings. Tinware, Dil
lers of all kinds, Milk Coolers, Flem
J EIA1Y and WINE making made easy
by uisin g the Handy Fruit Press. Pul
and seeds separated from the juice at or
I think I have nearly everything ti
the housekeeper needs, and if I have not
GitCE(~IESa full line. Pure, ,ilall
. old-fashuione.d SUGAR Candy. Trry It.
BUGGY and WAGON material, Sh'aft
.Poles, Hubs, Spokes, Rims and Whiti
'Trees. I sell close to shops,, and1( as.k
comlparison of prices with Columbia
Ploughs, Hoes, Pieks, Spades Manu:
Forks, tiay Forks, Diggers, Cradle Blade
Grass Blades, etc.
r GIIAIN Ci(ADLES of the same got
make that I sold last season.
0 .. H. OUJMMINGS.
OFFICE OF~ COUNTY AUDITO]
I NnoRo, S. C., May 1, 188g.
IllS Offlec will ben open from June 1
to) July 20th, 188:i, for the purpose of
eeiving Trat''ttirns of all p)ersonlal pro
erty owned on the first of June, 1883.A
r -persons owning personal property of ai
descriptin are requbiredi to list the sanm
under oaithi, for taxation. All new bull
.ings erected sluee the first of June, 188
must he reported; and all purchases
sitles of real estate, within the same perlo
inust bo noted.
All mlae persons between the ages
twenity-one and fifty years are liable
P'oll Tax, except school trustees and the
physically unable to carn a support,
TVhe terum "personal property," as he
used, is held .to mean and Include um
!things, other than real estate, wnich bal
any pecuniary value, anid muoneys, credit
investments in bonds, stocks, joint stot
complaule3s, or othmerwlse."~
S For tihe convenience of taxpayers, I wl
e attelnd in pierson, or by deputy, at the fc
lowing places on tihe clay speeilleid, for ti
purpose of receiving Tax..Returns, vizi
s Feasterville Tuesday, June 10.
Buckhead, 'Vednesday Juno 20,
-Montleello Thursday, .une 21.
Jenkinsville, Friday, .June 22.
Jennintgs's Store, Saturday, .June 23.
Woodward'~ Moday, Juneo 25,
White Oak, 4esday, June 241.
Ridgeway, Wednesdaiy, Juno 27,
4, Blythewood, Thlursday, Junue 28,
flear Creek Friday June 20.
' Gladden's drove, NIonday, July 2.
Boulware's Siforo, Tuesday, Jl 3,
I. N. WITI RfS
,Auditor Fairfild County,
BUY THE BEV
rst Davis Maichiu:ol4t 4by you 'over fv
eyceirs ago forn wife, Who has given it r
long and fair.trial.- I am well p eased witi
it. . It nover gh'es -any ,trouble, -an4d is a
a. good as when first'bought.,
J. W. 3Boiri.
1MInsboro, S. C., April 1883.
Mn. BoAO.: You wish to know what
"havc&to na!j'hiW-Aard to the Davis Macliht
bought of you three years 'h o. I feel
can't say too much in its favor. I matl
. tt1.0.0 with in flve ionths, 't time
.uming it so fast that the needle would g
ierfectly hot Yrmt ictioii. I feel conihIen
could notn've dlone the same work wit
as 14ch4Mtse uitd-so well with any othe
inaciii"e. No time kast in adjusting at
tachlents 'I'o igh'test runninng nn1chin
I have ?ver" treadlied Brother James am
Williallx ft'niljes a're as inuch pleasex
with their Davls Machkis bought of you
if want. no better iachim.- . As I said be
fore. I dlo t 'think too +'hnteman be said fo
the Davis Maeiw
all'hRiifethin'tity, Aprl 1 ed3.c RS
Mn. BOAOi WiachWr 6W A Ine- perfee
splt.isfaetiou. I find no fali \itVith It. ThI
attachments are so simph\ I \vish for In
better than the Davis Ve11':M Feed.
e Di1rM - tR. MitfLre.
' Fairfield county, Apr1' k83.
>f .= .
Mn. BOAO: I bought a Davi: Veitlea
t Feed Sehlg M-ehlutte from you four years
ago. I ami dtelih'td *'th it. It 'iever has
e .iven me any trouble, iiid has never been
the least out of order. It is as good as
when 1 first bought it. I can cheerfull)
recommend it. Resptetfutll ,
rt Miis. M. .T. KiRKLAND.
Monticello, April 30, 1883.
This is to certify that I have been using
a Davia Vertical Feed St-wing Machin
r for over two 'yers, purchased of Mr. .J. 0.
Boang. I haven't found it possessetl of an
fault-all the attachments are so sim le.
It never refu s to Work, and is certainly
the lightest running in the market. I con.
sider it a lrst-class iacine.
Very res e fy YOJA
Oakland, Faifiel'd count, Sa C.
Mn. .BOAo4 I am wvell pleased inl -ever~
particular Wvl.h the D)avis M"achine bouIghi
of you. I think it a firA-class machine h,
evei-v respeet. You know you sold:several
maIlcfiines of tile same ma~ke to dilfereni
mlemlber.S 1lf our famlllile5 ail of whlom, at
far as I 'nW, are Well pleMecd with themn.
jq Mus M. TI. MOBLEY.
Faleld county, A pril, 1883.
'I 'his is to certify We have liad in constani
use the~ Davis Maclinec bouighitof you atboul
~. thuree a~go. As we take inl work, anld huvt
e madhe thle price of it several times ny-er, anm
a don't want any better mlachie.- ls iway:
3. ready to do any kind of work we have
se do. No puckering or ski >ping stiches
il We Caln only say we are well pleased, am(
.wish no better mlachie.
CA'rnnixNE WYTalE RIId Sisters
I, I hlave no0 faullt to findc with lu 'ihachine
v- and don't wanut an1y better. I Iiave mnadi
ii tile 3rice of it several timles by taiking ih
?- seWin . It is always ready to (10 its work
.hIti tafirst-class Thiaeilne. I feel
Cnn't say too much for the Davis Vertica
p MRs. TrUoMAs SMrn.
to Fairnoeld county, A pril, 1883.
Ie MR. J7. 0. flOAn-Dear' Sir t t giveR mi
I much pleasure to testify to the merits 0
the D)avis Vertical Feed Sewing Machine
) Trhe maciie I got of you abont~ five year
ago, hlas been almost inl constant usi'
5, ever since thlat tinie. I cannot see that I
le is Worn any, and( has not cost nme 01ne een
a for repairs sin1ce we haive had it. Am wel
Ir pleasedl and don't wish for alny better.
re 'Row'r. CnA wFORD.
s, Granite Quarry, near Winnlsboro, S. C.
>d We have ulsed the D)avis VertIeal Feei
Sewing Machine for the last five years
We would not haIve anly othler make at all:
price. The mlacine had given 115 u11
... bounded satisfaction.
Ver y res.petfullly,
Mits. W. IC. TURNEn andt Dauighters
Fairfield counIty, S. C., Jan. 27, 1883.
, IIaving boughlt a Davis VertIcal Foee
Sewilng Machline from Mr..J. 0. Hong sonm
threei years a o, and( it having giveh~ m
perfect satis factioni inl every respect as ;
amuily mlachinle, both for heavy and ligh
sewing, and never needed the least rc
st p)air iln alny way, I can cheerfully renm
n. end1 it to any one as a first-class iachlin
p. 11n every particlllNr, and think it secolld t
none.1 It is OneC of the situplest maciie
I-made(; m.y children use it with all east
y~ Tile attachmeontae m Iore easily adjuIstel
e, and it does agreater* range of work by mean
of its VertIcal Fee~~d thlan all other ma1
clIne I have ever seenl or uset( .
2, Mns. roMs OwINos,
or Winnsboro, Fairfield 'ouInty, S. C.
' We haeI had( one of tile Dayle~ Mnehie
about foulr years aind have always found I
of Iready to do all kinds of work We ha~ve has
tol occasion to do. Can't see that the mlachlin
is wornl anly, and( works as Well as who1
ne0w. Mus. WV. J7. CIAwFOIID.
IJackso.'s Crcek, Fairfild county, S. C
11! My wvIfe is hIghly pleased with till Ilayi
eMachine bouIght or-y(ou. She Would noe
~take dhouble what she gave for it. Thb
~iIachuine has1 nlot been out of order' sinel
k she hlad it and( shle can do any kIfid o
work on iL. Very respectfully
ll Monltlceelo, Fairfield counlty, S, C,
'rhe Davis Sewing Machine is simply I
treasuirc. Mn s. J. A. GlooDwYN.
Ridgoway, N. C., Jan. 10, 1883.
J1. 0. IJOAG, Esq., Agent--Deat 5fr Ma
wife has been01 us5ing a Dauvis Sewinlg Ma
chine1 constanltiy for the past- four years
and it hs never needed any repaita an<
works julst as well as when first botught
She says it will (10 a greater rajige of prae
tical work andi (10 it easier and bettert'hai
an~y nmachine she0 has ever used, We cheer
fully recommend it a. a No, .1 famila
Inachine, Yours truly,
Wlnsboo1s~ ., JAS..DfAvIs.
Winsbro., ..JanA*3 10
SPE44T AL.Mt@kkfuTroY. ZW JNLb E f18IND .RSIAk WOOD
-dit 'WEBPZXNO -3iN.
300 PaIre Misse' ii"k Iies at ioduedn 1
QOpuhe3 adies' Ne 'o,tt -Ies all lasis at f4i~ itothal
'PAoFll, L sofGlBShrs Jst lll5 iS
0 QO n nudi'te Shirtr>M * t9itRa'-.beet value e-offid in this pIaco.
P,dtiV L4itndi"ied and nf1kft idriod ktetbt a 2 cents. Examine thesb
goods tretore buying.
Mv stock Is replete ii +%'Vy i epituenb; ah t'dt' 1eeat. least TEN PEA
CEN'f'.. ess than you can kuv the "al b.g ods any pace in th8 8Wt*t.
-My stook M UST BE 4WUOFJA, tot tiho"go6ds'bring ivhft they 'Hi.
SPRING GOOFB ! S?PRING GO.DSf
I 'h-;ve now tady for ienspeoh a 'flTi% gAy ' 4U G
CODUS, consisting 'of
NUN'S VEILING, BUNTINGS, bOT 't .d .LAI
t $WISSS iLAIN Md FIGURED .MUSLINS
LACED, STRIPED aW CORDED
tIN3-IAAis id CALICOES
A stock of Men's, BoyA' ana Yout's' Gothing, \vb1h Wifl b&
STTAW HATS IN ALL -STYLES AND 4'RI ES
Men's, Boys' -rd Yout-O low -cut Shoes. Ladies' ana
Men's Cloth afnd LtAher STippers. Also, a beautifnl -tre of
CALL AND k AMINE -BEFORE PURCIA ING.
4. GREtRL Agen
IT STA.l.S AT THE 1EADC
tie Ie e n* eha %~o e dln'
MANMY Xt?ATih ET--NONE EQUAL. I'd
The Largeat Armed
'Tu Lightes't #ih ,
The moat Bautlifu.Woodwork.
AN) te IS WAnnaranTR
To be shade tf the best material.
TO do an'y' and1 all kinds of wd,ik..
To b'e complete ini evei'.r'en e t.
For Sale by
J. M. BEATY & G
Agents wanted innoptrie
THE CORNER STORE
UtNAYOIbABLY, my stock was bought latet' this 8pih thuh usiuaa
fortunaely, at SU.H PThICES as to tinab$ I me to inebLtiYo 8H A 1E5j
UOPEIIO. ul knfie&e to stil thah tiee, and Ikgbaltiy cxtent.
Devery' man, wv6man and1( chIld i f'aIrfield Coullty to viett MY STOR10
within thie next TrhlTYv DAY$&
D)ON'T LEAVE MY STORhE WITHOT AskiM~ TU 8EE ANY
-ARTIULE YOU WISH TO LOOK AT, AND ASK THIt PRichI
ALL SH ALL BE WAITED ON POL.1ThtY. ANUl NU GRU1MBILING~
IN CASE A 8ALtE 18 NOT EFIEUTIED, .P1ttONS SHALL BE~ AS LOWV
A8 THE1 SAME GOODS CAN IiI SOLb AT IN WINN8BORtO.
___ __ __ J._ M~ B3EATY.
NEW ADDITONS.FESE GOODE
SIIELF' GlOCERIEs. biest grades, Meal, 1Pear1 Grits, nicc, NeW
Tomatoes mnd Totnatotis aild Oka in Oreans Molasges andt Syrttps, full line of
A pples fie ece. Canned (Goods, Corned Beef, Sugar Coirn,
Raspborry, Strawberr v, PI noeapple,
Citron andc Ol'iutige 1f aritiade. Okra and Tdtristour, Ttitattoes, salrhon,
411am Sausage, Co,'ned Ileef and
Roast Chicken an i 1 > s Titrkeys. Pno,Pna90 eertdBrit
rickloa, Jellies and Lemons. ~ Scoah ius,OO~l~ n
,(Cheese anud Macdaroni, Par,ucoahsqs, h-hwan
STAWDARID unioCE'niggs lfOaeu Ocant o
Sugars, Cioflbes anid Teas of Vailous
grades, ,eefbe 4uoae
Meal IFlottr, Grist andi liaon. o'Sfl,Ape.
New Orleans Molasses itud 8yrups.dGUVitb anflyCoee
F?ish and I4ulton Market Beef
Borden's En gto Condensed Milk,
I llaislns and Nuits. ~ adBakTg n lrd,o
Spices and Contfectioinerles of all kinds.
All of wich will bo SOLD OUEA P
S.S.WOs, D cae alt1ead ik Eaorae