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vo, y. n so;rm s.c 1
pml,A+.. Jil ot'.l }E tf~ c isI$ $S1
L"IAjS :.'DOILA .ai. ShiT01.
Tim negroes in -T'.I1iia propose to.
),4id a conveniuntto ,seenre ailir po
ilitical rlights. Illinois has ben a ite
'publican State ever titceo the :birth of
the lUopublican party.
THERE is now living on Capt. A. E.
Hutehlson's place in York cuuity, an
-old colored woman, commonly known
tas "Annt Rose," who is said to be one
,hundred ttind nine vears of age. She
'was the slave of Mr. ,Wii. E. :White,
'of Fort Mills, and is -still lile and
TinE empire of the Muscovite is di
"vided into "Litfle I,ussia" '(the terrt
tory of the Ukraine and Don Cossacks),
.Red Russia (the western portion), and
South Russia, which includes the
Black Sea Coasts, :auttd Asitic lussia,
'or Siberia and Turkestan, to the origi
jnal 'tGrodt Russin," formed 4.S the
yast plain extending from the White.
Sea to the Dnieper. Hence the term
"'Czar of all the tnssias."
PROFESSOR GREENER, inl -a lTeccnt.
'speech, said lie hazarded the statemeint
.that the colored people of the 't1t:h
tto-day were better' el, bettor atlted,
better housed than any peasantry in
Europe. In conclusion the P'vfessor
urged the colored people to cease be
.ng the sport of politicIans. They
could better afford to lose the ballot.
.than to lose themo-'c enid respect of
tthe religious, industrious, temperate
'element ; the liberty-loving and God
*fearinlg class, which has madle liberty
mud enfranchisement possible.
TI Columbia correspondent of the
Augusta Chronicle gives some strikiig
facts in coutection With it:1e collection
of' the poTi'tax in this State. Charles
ton, 'with a population exceeding J50,
000, only pays $1,516 poll tax. And
Charleston and Berkely, nthat together
had in 1880 a population of 21,626 over
21 yeairs old only pay ,,312 poll ta%,
so that about three-fourths of the males
of voting age escape the payment of
this tax altogether. The total popula
tion of the State in 1880 over 21 years
of age-was 205,789, and at the same
ratio of increase of population in the
ptlst three years as we made for the
previous ten years there should now
bo :280,483 males over 21 years iti the
State, and only 122,914 have been
assessed for poll (ax. 'Theso figures
show how successfully this tax is
Ex-Crner~ JUsTICE George Shars
Wood, of Penntsyivnis, died on the
morning of the 28th ult., at his resi
wood wals in :his sevetyt-third year,
and was for many' years one of the
most emiinent lawyers in Pennsylvaia.
lie wvas for sixteeyn year's Chtief Justie
of the State Supreme Court, and his
conthmious services on the bench em
br'aced a -period of thirty-seven year's
and nine months, IIe was a consist
cnt Democrat in his views of the ela
tions of the General Government to the
States, but seemingly adopted the
Jaaksontian view of tihe right of' seces~
sion, and tihe primal dunty of prcser
hng the Uioln. iIe cant ribuled soe
valuable works to his pr'ofession, antd
edlited1, amnonig others, "DIThckstone's
THE STATE AT JIOSTON.
The Charleston Y.us and Couicr,
makes very iiice excuses for the recent
action of the Chamber of Commerce in
(declinling to take any steps looking to
an organized display or the natural re
sources of the State at Boston.
Thte apology is that the "time bef'ore
the opening of the New England Fair
is now RO short thatt een Itf there were
.organizatlin, a definite p)lani of opera
tions anld srtilicient fund to defray the
expenses or the undertaking, it is
doubt ful wvhother a creditable exhibi
tionl could ho prep)aredi."
At this late (lay this~ is perhlaps true,
but every one knows that Chtarlestoni
pmd betr Chambher of Commerce couhi
have taken actloln sooner*, and to out
inids it is a mITiserablo ue UOIin((dee
to situg-gi sly wa'it unltil theo golden1
oppiortuunity hans passed and( theni tell
the friends of the movomenit that it is
now too late to accomptllish anlything.
WVith the assur'ances ot the .7IVwZs anud
C.ourier, all have anxiously awvaited
aind contidently expected progressive
act ion 0on theO part of the ~ietr'opolis,
lbnt all expectations have been
lasted, and the pet enter'prise falls tos
the giroundl I
For the failur-e of the pnblic display
t'yer'y one "inl and out of thme State
knows wvhere fihe blame should rent."
F"or the faillre of the pril'.ate scme, it
iyi. he as we take it, about as geneiral
ly coniceded that it was lar'gely owing
to the lnact!on of the Charleston
Chsamber' of Comm erce.
.THE 8i'AT11 NORMA!, ANSTI'TUT'i23.
The faculties of' the twvo Normal Tn
stitutes have niow been arraye"~d,-a'mly
one professor for' the whiite instit.t'e
r4'nialnfling to be selecoted. Th'e faculty
of thei whito instituto is as follows:
Pricipl, rof Henry E. Shepher'd,
M. A (resden of the CJolleg-e of
CTharleston an.dl late Rupe4'ntendent of
ptublic instruetioni of Blaltimnore), >rint
ciples of, school econlomy, mt,thot of
Pr-of. E. 8. *Tynes, Ph. D). (Sou1th.
Carnsolina College), phil I'logy of thle
E,n'thish ltaguage, molthusis of teachl
rof. eans~ Dasls (Ronuh Cam-o
metihode of tenehing. *~
i rof. 3. -J . WVanco, ,L. D.., .eductt
tioll; t,uthli, of:tcarh 1rg.
-P. W.. It. W'ithttri- t(.rinclipal
(hester GV;rAed School% rnnsiu, moth
4titf tee' hg. l
I'i'f. B. Mlon outh Cardii* Col
le d' ,i l .leetie wl l,i.ysit;t. -
])e. A . N. Tnlis (of ..nii'ifa)
lretures ua physlolug ;g 4ti -school
i iof. L'. L'. HIayale (Lulunibbia Fe
ninlo College), 'ecretary.
Dr. J. L. M. Curi'rv, tho general
agent of the 'Perhoily flnid, has
been invited to addr"es .lie iisl.ituto oil
the bubjet of educatiunal work, but.
oil account of h1ris tomporarv atbsciico
from hig home he has not yet been
Goveoi'i1rlorn soi,:at the request
of CloneI Coward, the 'tate Suprinr
ti eent of Edeation, has promised to
manke the Opening Addresses at both
natitutoa. -is past experience as
suporintendent of education mid direc
tor of beveral of these.mrrmatldiistitutes
eutinontly qualifies inim fr -Ia task.
The faculty of the colored istitute
will be as follo-% s:
Princiual, Prof. i'. P. 'iMIontgomerv,
of .Woshlingto, history and methods
M1rs. E. .B. Montgomery, lnnguage,
grainta a d .li(phoneti. spelling.
Miss L. 11.11loten, perspective draw
Iiig'and snap dr vwing.
lliss 'M. E. Gibbs, arithmetic and
W.11Montgomery, algebra,, a4vanced
arithmhtietic and advanced u-rauntir.
Thos. J. tGreogory., of CoJumbia,
AY'* r 'hey iVArnt irFith i n g.
'Tley 1(din'tI euteh .mnnny fish, although
they .Iasd a great deltt f i fun andi got them
selves-wet. all over w-hen the log they had
hecm.stting on rolled over aid droppod
them lito :;he 'water. 'T"h big eit eat ch of
the day was the severe cold they eiuight
from not being properly dried wvhen came
out. A sitnnmer cold IS gulite as ttngerons
ats one in winter, but PInvY IAvl;;s PAIN
Ki i:L.Ena i it,he-.sovereign remedy In case of
etl hor. *
I am reeciving daily new dditio,ns
to my Stock of'.Sholf antd and Staple
Tomatoes and Tomatoes and Okra in
A pples and Peaclest.
Iaspberry, Strawberrv, 'iicapple,
Citron and Orainge Marmatlale.
Haml) Sau)nago, Cortled Beef and
Tongue in lCanils.
lItonst (hiekoii nttid 1 to):st ''"urk3"eys.
Pickles, del1c : ina an iimoiIs.
Cheese and Maccaroni.
Sugars, Coflees and Teas of various
AMeal, JFlour, Grist and< Bacon.
New OrCleans Molasses and trupa,
Fish and l+u'nlon Market Ilef.
Bordeni's Eagle Cond(emnsed Milk.
Spices amd Confiecioneries of all kinds,
All of wvhich wvill be SOLD CLIEAI
for CASh b)y
IS CALLED 'To FR EJI Al)DD LTIONE
'The Celebraled "Brunwi( c" Hlams.-tr
Ocean Gem Mackerel.
Matinit Lotds Corn leef.
Sainit Louis Roast Heef'.
Iimported :ilt1 A miicn Sardines.
Salmonh (Soused), Mackerel.
Fresh Clmese. ImotdMcrn
F'resh A pples, in gallon cans.
Bartlett Pears, Quineesx.
GrtedO( Phnenaiple, P'eacels.1
"'W!lu.1ow's"' 1uecobish-!hrs. nnned,.
Crosse & Blackwe I 's (Chow-Chow Pickles.
lIported Worcestershh're Sance.
Fresh Snoew-Flakes. Condensed Milk
A lot of I landled I lees and (raini Cradles.
A LL CIIEAP FOR CASII.
R.__I M. iIJE Y.
AND FEED) STAB}LES.
T JWOOOO TSADDL HORES
welli at srlel, ono carloa ons ayorado Iat
wille Kwap or ay ande alnd s.-1~n
Dt 'the oee backwar ibanerlg q..
('W.ap, an g mot tpI all scary.. apa
DoN'"' '.UY A WAOON UNTIl, YOU sEEu us.
It will pay you.
ULYtV3E n0. mm
A AD cOL,D
The SUMMER CbL S and
Coughs are quite as dan.
.gerous as those of
But they yield to the same
treatment and ought
to be taken In
Por all diseases of THROAT#
NOSTRILS, HEAD or
Is the SOVEREIGN .emedy
ALL DRUGGISTS KEEP
I HAVE for sale, dh't from the manu
facturer:+, all kinds of A.'tilcttural Machin,
erg, Iutplement.s, (ete., eto. EIn"ines of al
Aize's, -frinm three to uo huu,,ae(U and Jifll
SAW MILLS AND 'GRIST MILLt,
Manufactured at the Mctropolitan' Iro1
Works, Itichmond, Virginia.
Front the York Pentylvainia, Agricul
tural Works-all kinds of Implenents
from a Ileel-Screw to a ''hreaer that ''i1
thresh .nitd clean sixty bushels of whettl
par hour or two hundred bushels sof unt
Sullky Ploughs, Cultivators, IIaiTows.att
'leughuls andi Plough Stocks of ll 'lntdL
aunl sizes. Also Itapers, with sulf-droppl
I amn a;gest for the
DICD RICK Et A- AND rOT'ON I'R7RCR.4
'Tiis Press will, with three hands, pres.
straw in small ltk's as Ifast faet i-s tIl
thresher ean clean it; amil V"ith th.w' han(b
can hale cotton fuster tiuant ai wirth-v gli
can turn the lint out.
I have also some of tie best ni)ve (X'T.
TON GINti, with ail the moern iu -iin.
m('nts, with PltES.5ES from the fa ,rles,
I also sell
COY T;1-S:EED OIL MTLLS
Scales of all sires, flint will weigh froir
one-hl if pound to live toils.
(arri;'ges, Iluggles and Itiding Cat ts, of
all sizes anud pries.
If any persoi'wlsheS to purchIase atty of tlt
ahove-mei.ithtl-el ;oods, they will pleast
call at M. JAMICS Q.'DAV s' .eice am
le'a- vwvoeil ,Iit h1'him, and I wi-1 'c11 anu(
show ctalogues, etc.
#AMPU S PAGAN,
WOOD'S O) NTIN1
KEEIPS~ TilE 1lEATH'1 PURIE AN'fl
W. C. FJS2I1X it,
WH1OL.ESALEO AGENT, Coilmu;.I, S. C
F.~or Sale i Whinsbo0ro b.y
-McMASTEJt, BEiCE & KETICIIIN
IYR. J. M. ELEY%)WTT, SR.
ihtape1c-futl! inform:: t.he pt,uh'. that h
hasi~ on hando at full linei of
COF?FINS AND) CIA IETA4
antd i; prepared to dei anythinig itn udr
A full lhne of BUlTIA L ROIES, for men
women aind children-a newv feature-ver3
neal, ap)propriate and chleap).
We ask for a share of the patronage.
J. M. EL LIOTT, Sr.
iEI~iS'S lONEL~TESS BRIEAKFAS'
FERtIGIS'S SMOK ED BEF TrONGUES
(;OILUM i A IlIVER MALJMON.
FRIdil1 OAT MEAl,
M*& . S. WOI.FE%S
A PPLICATI2 ON Foil CHlAlTER.
NOTICE IS iiElIEBY tI1 F.N T11A'l
heunderignted have t i4s diy~ filev
wht the Clerk of the Court of Commanou
I'lens for the Coutt.y of Fairtieid, a petitlor
>'aying that theiy andI thelir assocWia'tes mua
I t ihelearedl a.l>idy cor iorate an.~d politie,
umder the as4e (if ''I'nuE W Ion
SAVyiNoB ANDl 'LAAN AS Oel ATION", In t(e
uordlattee wvifib the provisitns of the Genera)
Statutes of t,hue Sta e- of Souith Carolina,
JNO. S. It EYNfLJDS.
LOOK TO1% YOUR ITEREST1 U
PICtEA PICf TITAN EVE i
Boots andi Shoea Made to Older Out 01
the lIesit Material.
Fine Fr,eh Calf SkIn Boots.......,,.80
Foxed Hoot% uad Coatgress Gaiters....$t4
Congress Shoes,. .................$.0
L.ow-Qitetred Srtmner Shoes....55
Rep~airing nentoiv anud promptly dono at
the LOWE&T PRICES.
Co*g&ess Street, next door to J. M. Beaty.
OPNB vols _ _87ad$.t,A
I'Dl A FAC'T; WE W1T,L sART. YOU A
i o v Binn.v f :,, Ulm. . . * ".... ... ij
SPJEC I -C I1tV
It1o fR .8M !atlnnnnil'O W601141 nl~
CO~t7V .TION. 11(
piluns .beyond belief
't -mye neier tried it
or set .t "thtllo-:
nle e a ntlerii.
tke he ie.3 e a'tind urinar or.
ngf.a' 'Itural aili iealth3y condit oni
t.tlovet lati ht i ents, goneness
dA r al -ttbility. It lis
bee kt n on yiti..geni.eanih
-4 JT Eit A MED To U.EMiCT
Any rtna.di1lte wiflh 'hnt is generally
considere0d leathl's 46.10,eatciter, oonurap.
tion, ea n ouroed fir $2.50, $5.00 'cr
$10.00 aocorlin( to Uth* atego whiok' the
disease hanlto a.. No patient has yet
tikon:$1 t0 worth beforo a cure was affo ted.
The SP ECa' "it recomtnende '.ong tr
pulmeonartf.detiond, nni thll d bitng
to tso iVtfn do so by aending ltlreiorderH
to the ptiidtors of this papd1. tr direct
to :ne, stdtfn that you saw this advet tise
ment in tho iunsboro Axtntb li"W,P
AtA EW 'AE0rssER Y
Cures thtnmatism dither acute or ohr."n
u, ivi from !p ttio ten dktys.
Prloe by Eftwta% ,5 .por tlo
DRt. J. W. W Xc .
un 1 1FRANKTNroN, s.. .
igC OF C O U NTY AUTD(IOIr,
-",.usnono, S. C., May 1, 1843.
IM llice will be open from .June 1st
to .July 20th','183. 'i\1 1: purpose) of re.
ceiving Tax Returns of all. perstal>- prop
erty oweed on the tirst of J41ne, 1883. All
per (ns owning personna hropert;y of any
description are reguiri- to ll+t kiie samw,
.under otli, for taxation. All new builid
ings Erectcd since the .irsf. of June, 1882,
WR-st he reportei;. int all purchases or
,"K l( real estate, within the sane period,
mutt be noid.
AliTnh persons betwt'en thie ages of
twenty-one and fifty years are liable to
Poll '.ax, e.xceipt school tt-nstees an(d those
physlcally unabe to eartn a suppott.
The term "personaM1 lYperty," tts here
Used, is held to mean atd liclude "all
things, other than ral stat wnich have
any pecuniary value, and nmltne lx credits,
investomnts in bonds, stocks, )oint .stock
complnies, or otherwise."
For the convenience of taxpayers, I will
attend i person, or by deputy, at the fol
Jewing places on the (lay spcified, for the
pnrposee'f reeciviig Tax1 Returms, viz:
Feasterv hl .Tuesdayv, June, 19.
141u h4Id, Wednesday, .June 20.
M[ontke110, Th'lurstlay, .Jutne 21.
1ir (rhckl .Frida, .nne 2.
W(lard'sr, onay, Jul 25.
.BoWlware's Store, Tu'esday, .July 3.
I. N. WI1TlfEliS,
May r--f x1m
Lighlt and&dura'le, wvill not rusit and Is
not affected by heat. I have Pre~serviny~
Kettles, 111cee and Milk Iollers, TeaI Kettle.5
an md SauIcO Pans of this celebrated ware. A
OIL H'TOVE1 should he in vvv 1'house.
I have the Whiney lIot islast withi all the
fiNtulres. Will doC as muchi cooking with ai
fe'~ w ehts' -worth of oIl as an ordinary stove.
Tlhe belst oil shouldl he used with these
stoves as wvell as a~rned In lamps. Oriental
Oil, our i200 lir tea-, Is the bIest oil Inade.
No smdkes n1o 51mell, anid sa e anid c'heal>.
The GIRAND) CIlAlI'TEli OAK leads all
other ebo0k stoves. I have also thet Stand4
a,rd Charter Oak, Im~ >roved Lee, So. Friend,
Cotton~ 0 >tlon an iiill Arp). Stove Irfollow
ware, D)r pphty Panms, Pipe, Elbmows anmd all
othe'r St4vo 'l rhuimhiks. TIn ware, 1)11>
~wrs of hHl kiuds, Milk Coolers, F"lesh
.JEL1LY and WVINIC hnakhtig mo4<cecasa-.
hy- usiug thme H[andy' Fruit Pre. Ilpli
anmd seeds si5(31'ftud fromh the juice at one
I ,tli1 pk I have niearly everythIng the
wel w,.kee needls, and If I have nost I
canl get It.
(iROCE RIES--a fpHl tiot'. lPuro, plain,
ohil-fashIonIed SUJGA11 thiandv. Try it.
BUGWGY and W AGON ma'iteilfL Shafts,
Po4les, .Hfubs, Spokes, Rhns and' W~hillie
T1rees. I sell elose to shops), and1( ask a
comnparlsoil of Irices. ithU Columbia or
Plonghms, IIoes, Pioks, Spades Mianure
Forks, Hlay ForJ;s, O)lggers, Uradie Blladus
Grass Bladies, et-.
GRAIN CItAD)LES oif the 81a411 goodt
miake that I sold hist season,1
51. I IJ U yr%I Nun,
-(GIVEN TO TH16-2
A LL CASL Ls P'ROMPi'Lr A T-.
. . TE'lNDI.1) T Od
1 keo'p on hanti a full stpply of
MWrAIdMC 1lURIAL~ CASKETS
of thojlncatflnsh, and
W AT1MUT CASR(E''
o'f t,1le'ddest stp1osj flini aso Imitation
AOSEXWOOD C!ASES ANI) COFFINS,
and a di1 EAP GRADE of COFFINS aint
A REARDt ON HUDREDOL
with p)roof to convict any person or per
sohn8 of attemptin to set re, to and burn
the outbuilding of the yremiites of Josep
I I. Robertsi (commonly knowvn as ti
ILadd Building) on the night of the 5th of
Pyr order of . Conn eNT R lr~
s==J, 1mu La'
DUY THE BEST! -
Y Trn. J; 0. OA U-4)O r Sir: I lbOh t the
firit -I)ltvis Machine -stil by you over . livQ
yeatt o for my wifo, who has given .it a
Iltmg 1ti fallr trial. -1 aml well pleastid with
it. 4 t.1 <'c41" gives any trouble, and Is as
good.!A;'vhen first ttought..
J. W. Bouact.
W nnsborn, t'. .., A'prIIlI8ttt.
Y1n. I3oI' t wish ty know what I
have to-s. In regard to the I avis 'Machtine
bought-' you thr:ee .y(t, s ago. I feel I
can't say too ntmteli in ?s favor. I uade
about 't%o.O0 wyfth in five nonths, at times
running It iso P"t" that the needle would get
1erfectl' hot from friction. I feel confuhent
L ermcd not have 'Wine 4lle. samn Mvork with
as much ise and r0 'tvell With any other
lmtacline No tlWie lost in adjusting at
tachnen4s 'Ti1e lihhtest rpnning nachino
I l:ve W'tr trbadled. Brotller -Ja,qwas and
Williant's families ll' A' 11n0h pleased
with their Davis Mtrcliues bought of you.
I want no bet.te inachine. As I said he
fore, I don't*hink too much can besaidt for
the Davis 7aehint..
Fairfield county, A pril., 1883.
Mn. h'IoMt M -achlte gives ne perfect
satisfact.iou. I nind no,fault witft it. '1'he
attachments are so sin]11c'. I wish for no
bttter'ithan the )avls -urt!ai Feed.
M'is. It. Mu.3.No.
Fairfield countY, A rl1, 1883:
Mit. io1O: 1 bought a )avts trtijical
Feed Sewvting MIu<tlcihre from you four years'
ago. I am dllbitedi With it. It naeede haus
gtvolt nt uny 4roti-ble, and has netci" been
the Ieast out of order. It is as gcnil as
when I first bought it. I can cheerfully -
recomnuend it. iespecifull,
ai us. M. .1. KIRKLUAND;
. Montice.lo -April 30, 1883.
This is to certify that I hare bceh usin<
a Davis Vnrtlnl Feed Sewing Machine
for over two years, purchased of Mr. J. O.
loag. I h;1-1't" flll it possesstd of a tng
fault-=-all 'the atae.IhiIents are so simple.
It never refuses to work, anul i tert.tinly
the lightest running in t he market. I c 2m
sidler it ai first-claiss machthine.
SNN:f.WI r .1;N(Haa.
Oakland, Faiirneldl count:y, s. C.
Mn. ROAO: .I am well pieased hi every
partrcular wit,hi the Davis MeIhino: hoTc..ht 3
of you. - thInk it a lirs.ehurfA shnehine: in
Over.v respect. You kho\W you9i ov~~eVal
imaifiines of the. samile.makei to dIiti'Peit
lflnhmbers of ourl faillets, aill oIf W~iht, as.
far as 1 know, are well pleased with thein.
ThI'is s to certify wve hian had In constant
uise the D)avls Machiine bought oIf younlbt
three ago. As we tAke in work, and have
mtade the piA. of it sencva t,imes over, anmi
dlon't want aniy bietter niachinie. 15 alwa#5i
readty $o doc any kind of work we have to
do. No puickerinig Or skipping st ichies.
W\e ean Only say we atre well pleasedl, and
-wIs i)ho ter minite.
C.yraJr.:mcN i0 WuY LIE and( Sister.
A pril 25i, 1383.
I have no fa ult to lind ivlth my mn'hine,
anid -don't Want any heter. I ha vt niade
tihe price of It sevoral lImes by taking In
scewmig. It 1.s alwvays ready to do its work. a
I think'It a first-class umehine. I feel I
catn't say too much for the D)ayls Vertical
MnA. TirOMAS SuMIr.
Fairfield county, A pil, 183:,
Mn. J. 0. Blo.e-Dear Sir: It gives The
muchel pleas9ure to tes:tuiy to L;hc merits oif I
the Davis>Vertieal Feed Sewing Machine 1,
'Plhe mnachinle I got of you abon~t five ye.ars
ago, has been lahiost In conostailt use
over since that tIne. 1 candtsee thiat It
1)3 worn any,_ and( hats not cost me1 one0 cenit
for repairs smece we have had it. Am wellI
pleased and( don)l't wish for any1 better.
Grahlte Quiarry1 neairWlnnsboro, 8. C.
We have used thle Daivis Vert.ical Fee'd
Sehi Mchiine for the ladt fve yeairs
We otki othave aniy (otheI!%make at any
prIce. yIhe inaehine hne~ given us uni
boundedc sa tisfaction.
rins. \ . K. T UiiNi; anl Daughters.
FairfIeld county, S. C., ,Jan. 27, 188;3.
Iravhi bought Si Davls Vertical Feui
Mewing MachIne from Mr. .1. 0. iloag somie
three years ago, andi It lhaiving give'n mue
perfet satiktt'etloa ill Cv'.ry- respect as ii
famnily nmachine, bioth for hieavy andic light
sewinig, and1( never nieede,d the leaust re
paIr in any way, I can~ cheerfully recomn
mend It to anmy onei( its a first-class muebhiie
mi (every p)in'tlccular, oan(1titink It second to
home. .it is onie of theic simiplest machines
Ittd"; my chIldren use It with all ease.
.'he alnseh,ntent are mocre (easil1y a'djuistecl
and it does a greater rangec of work by' means
of It=s VertIcal Feed than any other man
thlne I have over seen or usel00
Mns. TrIcmAs O)wrqos.
Winnsboro, FiIrfleld countiy, S. C,
We have hnd~Vone of thme 1)ads ifachines
about foul' yeatrs andl( have always found it
tindy to doc all kinds of work we harve had1(
occailonito (1o. Canf't see thiattheo nfichIine
Is wvorni any, and( works as well as when fl
Jacekson's Ci'eek, Fairfild eeunty, S. C. S.
NN wfe ia hihgh.l ensedl with the Davis P
Mfaeldine bought of you~. She would niot
take double whalnt sheic gave for It. Theio
machIne has not hben out of order siice
she had1( It, and1( she can (do any k (ld of
wvork on it. Very respeeful ly,
Xtontleello, Fairfld county, 8. C.'
'The DavIs Sewing Machine is simply a
trela)Iro- M'ius. J. A(ooDwvYN.
Ilidge way, N. C., .Jan. 10, 188;). P?
J. 0. U3oxo, Esq., Agent-D)ear Shr: My a
ife has bteen using a Davls Sewing Ma..
chIne constantly for the past four years Ir
and It has never needed any repiah'a ai
works just as well as when ifrat bought,
Sheo says It will (10 a greater range of pr-ac
tical work and do0 it easier amnd beGter than
any machine she-ias ever used. We chieer
fulily rcomimenid It as a No. 1 family
mace Iie. Y7ours truly, tli
- 'JAS.'Q. DAvis.
WinnShoro, S. C., Jan,. y, 1883,
01 .lACiOS \tE E 0L
iPI CIitL 4 TTRVA CTIQA',5 IY VA W A ANZ) D7;IW2AsBLL 'QO'Z4
- ''S 7VE ING RILD' ITVO1.
5300 pairs NisOs' New;po' 'ieR, at reduoo) pI"Ces.
.i " pays %adlls' Newport Tict3 all sizes, fr,bolo* their %btt+1 rALUE.M
&l!Lila of GoutsL"1 Sht Jils Reeied
S e0 Uniaunhilled 8it .a 40 ee'nts-bst'naue ever ofThrecn iisO p1inl.
10 dozen Ld'i'iitk''te ud Unu tlried Shh'ts t42 co>ntt-. I! m ilo these
ood.y bei'o buying.
Myiv 1totk is replete hi every department, inuI at prIcos at least TEN PEin
IN. less thatn v"o(n thn bu'V the samea go6)1s any plaie in the Stato'.
IMy 'stock MJ8T BEls'UCED, lot the go'cls bring what they \viI.
Respectfully,a a rf"N
T STA1T , AT THE HEA;
S'hat It Is the,acknowledged de 4r in
- the Trado is '. fa'et tha't 'canaiot o dis
IANY IMITTE IT-NONE EQUAL ITI
I'le I:rgtrrr Armed,
Tl .L:i,ghte st Hunning -
The most Beautift Woodwork'
AND IT I3 WARRANTED
To b'c mqde of the best aterial.
, " ~ To o .1.ny an1 nl knds-6f work.
'To bc conmpletc In every respect.
For Sale by
J. M. BEATY & CO.,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Agents wanted in unoceupied terlto.
. = y. Address., ..
" OMSTI S1EW1IN( MACHINE CO.
...."-. :p(e.- fte.-,... .' Richmndn , Virg;inia.
IPRING GOODS ! SPRIN G GOODS !
I have now teacly for inspection a ftuliliin of SPRINd
iODS, coneisting of
4JN'S VEILING, BUNTINGS, DO''ED and PLAIN
SWISS, PLAIN and FI'GURED MUSLINS3
LACED,- STkZiPED and CORDED
GINGHAMS and CALICOEt
stock of Iiin', 1oys' and Youths' Clothing, which wiii b
TRAW HATS iN ALL STYLES AND PRICES
Men's, Boys' and Youths' low cut Shoes.. Ladies' and
ILan's Cloth and Leather Slippers. Also, a beautiful line of
~ALL AND EXAMIINL I3FORE PURCH-ASING3
J. G1ROEUIHiL, AgenF'
[HE CHENER STOFRF,
UTNAVOH)D\A ULY. my stock w?ts bonat later this Spring thah~ dainal 6
>rtunaIztely, at $Ut H PRICES as to t1aal,le mec to iniect the S11 A1tPES'
OMPETITIO121N. I am kecner to sell than eVers anid ur'gently extend(
AN INVJTAT'ION .
TOepr man, woma~n ad child in Fairfie|d County to visit MY STOitid
'ithin the inekt TIiiWTY 'DAYS.
. DONT'l 15AVE MY ST~OICE WITTIIOUT ASKING 'i') el E AltV
RLTIULE YOUt WV181I TO( LOOK AT, AND ASK TIlE PRICE !
Aila Silar. Lim UEVAITrEt ION POLIlTEia. AND NO G1HJMhLti(~
CASE A 8A LE 18 NOTI EI"IEUTlED. PIlCES SilAL1L 1E AS LOW
.S .lE SAiIE GOODS C~AN BE SOLD AT IN WINN8JIORO.
m?IsH 1FPESH GOODS!
+----CONSIST.ING OF FLOUR OF 'fil
RUtNS WICK (CAiRVASSiED UtAMS, ~OI>elSs, Medl, Pearl Grits, Rice5 New
ECOl~RT(I'CD PATrENT FLOUR. Orleans M'olasses and Syrups, full lineo
OA8'l'E RIO and JAVA COE'F'EE. Cannied Goods, Corned lieef, Sugar Cor
*ULMON, CANNlRt CORhNED) BEF.'Ikaad''iatcs rma4e atrn
DT1TED) 1AM, CnICKEN, TURKEY, OkaadTmtos/Tmtos amn
FRESIl OAT NIEA L. Penehes, Pineapple, Celebrated l3a4tlets
CANNED TrOMAT~OE8, IaS ucts5Spah hwCo n
PINEAPPLE and P'EACHIS E8ae',dpudng.Eaprt
[UKLES AN'D CIIOW-CIIOW, andVgtalsfrop,Evpote1Ai
full stock of everything usnally kept hovrmn avanRiCft
Oig l id o fe etJv adRo.o
Alt of which will bo sold LOW for
o CASIL . I :~
J. E NMAT ER &CO - 0j