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BBNNBTTSVILLB, 80. OA.
Wednesday, February 25 1U85.
Office in Everett's Briok Building
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VOE TUB DEMOCRAT,
A Simple Mistake,
Two Irtahmou wot
In an alloy, drear.
Tho day was foggy;
And night was noar.
Thoy saw caoh othor,
Whon apart Blxty feet;
And paoh thought tho other,
Was a iiloud ho would moot.
Tho couple to oaoh othor,
Qulokly uoaror drew.
Hut upward looked,
Noltbor of tho two.
"IIollo Pat" said ono;
Ditto ncoostod tho othor,
They talked for tou feocondB mord,
Llko brother and 'brother.
Hut seeing their miutako,
Thoy both stood aghast;
Whon tho wittior of tho two,
Spoke at Inst.
"You thought it was mo
And I thought it was you;
But bcyorra lt is
Noithor of us for Uno,''
C. D. G.
Bonnottsvillo 8. C., Fob. loth 1885.
"Charleston, S. C. in 1885."
In tho lille of a tast.V little hook Just rooolrod
from thc well known publishing homo of Mei*.
Walker, Evans A Cog? veil.
Tho historical description is written by Col*
Arthur Ma/.yck, mid portrays in pleasing stylo,
tho many nttrnctions and ud vantages of
Charleston bulb ns a pUusuro and health re
sort, lt contains also 11 vnluublo sketch of tito
history origin and development of tho South
Carolina Phosphates, by A. U. Oiiornr*'., A. lt.
S. M., with n chapter on tho Tindo and Churu -
meroe of Charleston, furnished by a committco
appointed by Governor Thou.son sou.o months
Tho attractivo form in which "Charleston in
1885" is prepared, cannot fail to soouro tho
attention of those seeking pleasure as well as
well as those who, attracted by her resources,
maj become pcrmtuioul settlers in our ?tale,
Thc publishers have oontributod o largo edi
tion to tho South Carolina Dopnrtinont ol' tho
World's Exposition nt Now Orleans nt their
A oopy cf this vnluablo eoiitrlbulion to tho
general good of tho Kt ate, can bo obtained from
Messrs. AVnlkor, Evans A Cogswoll, nt 30 cont?
ouch, postpaid; it ls hoped that our readers
trill avail tliomsolvcs for this opportunity for
procuring tho history of tho grand ?dd "City
by tho Sen" nt snob n moderato prioo.
A Georgia Town in Trouble.
BUFORD, GA., Fobruary 10.-Tho
quiet little town of Lulu, Hull County
is disturbed to tho very centre Mr.
J. P. Fchols having discovered that
no State grants had ever been issued
for some 800 acres of land, embracing
tlie very heart of the town, has taken
legal step to possess himself of tho
paine. Both sides have employed
council, and excitement is at fever
Frank MOHOS A cain in Prison.
BOSTON, February 18.-In the su
perior Criminal Court at East Cam
bridge yesterday afternoon, ex Gov
ernor Moses of South Carolina, charg
ed with obtaining 834 under falso pre
tenses from Colonel T. W. Higginson
of Cambridge, came up for sentence,
tho defendant having pleaded guilty.
Mr. Moses made an eloquent appeal
for mercy, reviewing his past career,
and stated that his mind had given
way under his troubles, inftancing
the paltriness of the crime in proof
thereof. He was sentenced to six
months in the House of Correction.
A Philadelphia Horror.
A special dispatch from Philadelphia
dated February 12 say?: Fire broke
out in the insane department ol' the
almshouse in West Philadelphia about
nine ocloclc. The Hames spread rap
idly, and before the three hundred
inmates could bc released nineteen of
them were JUrned to death Others
were left to roam about tho grounds
at will and many of them were picked,
up hythe police throughout the city.
-Tlie'people o? Washington evi
dently understand that an inaugura
tion occurs only on co in every four
years'. A glance nt tho advertising
columns of the daily newspapers indi
cates that, almost everybody who has
a room or window 011 tlie lhio of inarch
from tho Capitol to tho White House
is willing to rent it. Out of a scoro
of advertisements tho lowost price for
single windows is 810 or two fop $l/>.
Tho condition, of tho agricultu
ral laborers in Malboro County
is 25 nor cont, hotter than it was
at this time last year. Tho supply
of laborers is suflioiont. It has
not been affeoted by emigration.
Two thirds of tho agricultural la
borers in this county aro colored
and one-third white. The
laborers are generally making
contracts for the now year for
wages.Hud shares of tho crop
they are not disposed to rent
laikK The rato of wagos ie $10
per month and ration?. Whon
they work on the share systom
thoy furnish all tho labor, bear
one-half the exponeos, aud roccivo
one-half of proceeds of tho crop.
The laborers aro neither diligent
nor trustworthy. Tbeyt??arb not
economical and have made no
porcGptiblo improvement in thoir
way of living. Tho condition hud
prospects of tho farmers, as far as
they depend upon tho labor ques
tion, aro about tho nnmo as in
previous years. With fair seasons
and other favorable conditions
dopendont upon tho wcathor,
there is no reason why tho plan*
tors should not regain their won
tod prosperity. There is a thrifty,
energetic farming class in tins
county that can turn tho. pressed
imperfect systom of labor to ?rood
account hy diligently attending,
in person, to tho many details of
tho*farm, and no fears ncod bo
entertained as to thoir success, if
thov have nronit.iniiB BGIWOUS.
Tho lack of this for the last two
yours has affected tho planters in
-<- .. . o
In consequence of discoveries as to
the practice of selling damaged canned
goodt to Innocent consumera, nhill hus
been introduced in the New York Leg
islature to requiro that all onus of veg
etables, (fee., shall bear a stamp show
ing tho date of their preparation.
The penalty for soiling a can of goods
not hearing this date-mark is to bc
The most lamentable result of the
recent dynamite explosions iii London
is the discharge of Irishmen employed
in numerous mills and factories, and
the posting of notices "no Irish em
ployed," Unjustifiable os such retal i
ati?ii is, it is but natural. One of the
peculiarities of dynamite as an explo
sivo is that its force expends itself
equally in all direction.
? ?- -. *.',>?.
Several Northern and Western
newspapers, among their "society
notes," have published recently an
item stating that Rhea, thc actress,
is engaged to bo married to Senator
Wade Hampton. Thc Senator's inti
mate friends regard the rumor as
Mrs. Gi ar field expects to pay a
visit South in a few weeks. Ono
of her objective points will bo to
her gold minc in Stanly County,
.-? -m* ?.
As sm article for ibo toilet, Ayers
Hair Vigor stands unrivalled. It
cleanses thc scalp, and preserves it
from scurf and dandruff, euros itching
ami humors, restores faded or gray
hair to its original dark color, and
promotes its growth.
Every event in this world is a syl
lable breaking from the lips of God,
Every epoch in affairs is a completed
sentence of His thought; and thc
great stream of human history is God's
endless revelation of Himself.
The disfiguring eruptions on tho
face, thc sunken eye, the pallid com
plexion, indicate that there is some
thing Wrong going on within. Expel
the lurking toe to health. Aycr's
Sarsaparilla was devised for that pur
pose; and d?os it,
? .. .
Maj. Martin fi, Dulany, colored
died at Wilberforce, Ohio, recently.
J Ie will ho remembered in South Car
olina us a candidato for Lieutenant.
Governor on tho ticket with Judge
Green itt 1874,
The. President, seul a message to tho
House of Representatives Tuesday, re
commending the acceptance of tho
swords, military and civil testimonials
etc., lorn.eily belonging to General
Grant, which were purchased by Van
derbilt timi presented to Mrs. Grant
with a reversion to thc Go vcr mont at
her death. Thc President also suggests
to Congi.ess^'lhe proprit ly ol taking
proper action to enable him to place
Gram on the retired list with the rank
* <?v ? .
Tlie President-elect lins received an
application for office from an Ohio
who address his letter to "Tho Hon.
Mr. Gov. Grover Cleveland, Esq."--.
MtM^lWWMWHlMI^^ IUI WI ???? !??>-"?
Tise Weil F?otwwe t
1. lt is tho simplest structure l'or raising water on (lie American market.
2. lt is easily adjuster to any well or eistcrn. Any berso li can nat it up in If) min*
utes. ns it has no attachments lo any part of the well below the platform.
3. it is the most durable fixture for tho purpose in use- It is substantially construe*
ted, and the buckets never come in contact with each other, or the sides of lhe wei!,
and tlie groove provided in (he pelly is so arranged as to produce but lillie friction on
tho rope and none on thc pulley,
.1th. it nurka oasily. 'lins bii?ltole Unlit nco each other, so tho only resista nco to overcome ia
tho weight of tho water 'ri ono bucket: hence it is tho Only Strueluruthid will raise water from
doop wells without a corresponding increase of friction, ami that requires no inoro p?>wer to opo
rnto in a well ol' IOU feet than in ono of 20 feet (lopth.
6th It is always road y for -, uni always at ?ts best. After years ol' service tho same number
of turns ol' tho crank brings ll.o saino amount of waler as when now.
6th. It hu,? none ol' tho objections so i.inion to pumps, lt will never freeze, has no wooden
tubing to wear out, decay ainl |>< I hilo lim water; no iron lubing lo rus*, li ?vor has lo bo primed
pack eil or thawed out, ami yon du nul have lo pump oula pail full to got a fresh cool ill ink.
7th. It is entirely lYtiolYoin dancer, I'cihg provldo.'l wilka self-noting brake, governed by
nu ceoontrie, it is impossible, should thu hand necideu inj jj slip from I lie crank lor tho. bucket to
run down. Hence any child CM) llanillo it with ported ?infi ly,
THU entire structure o-mslsts (if one p.uley with erank, one rapo,'two buckets and ono spout
for euch bucket. , These Spouts arc attached to Inside ol ijiirb orlVU'nic, un 1 ave operated hy rod
pressure from tho outside, brining (hem up under and raising thc ndvn in tho bottom of tho
bucket and convoy ino; I he waler lo p loper receptacle. ll ?nee i' will ' ?. seen (hat the unpleasant
hamlling ef ropes and buckets, is dunc away with, nuil lite Uneleaulini attending such operation
THOEITITC-fl-I OAJ^TSJPJb.C'JOJlGJSr G-XT.A.ls^J^'JSrnjJE?J^JJD
Vor further p.\rtiouhirs apply lo
W. TURLINGTON ?SJ CO., Bennottsville, S. 0.
Patented August Sill 1SS2.
Baxster's Tinted Wall Paints,
* SUUSTITUTK FOKKAIAOMINK.
Hendy for use by tho addition of hot ?Tutor.
Tho host urtlclo inado for 'minting ceilings
(ind willis. KIOIIT RLEUAST TINTS. Whito Sots
|ior pound. Tints lOots. per pound. A Libero)
discount to doalors. To apply it use a kulso
mino or wall brush. Send for Sample oard of
tint? to tho mnnufnoturcrs. A ?living of 80
por cont. WM. M. UAXTEK A Co.
Manufacturers of Paints,
Doo 31th 1884 Now York .
TO III P0? 5 IMUS.
TII10 largo and valuable Estate cd lcd
?1ANDKRVILLK, bolohgibg to tho
late Samuel Sparks, Esq., of Marlboro
County. Thc paid Estate contains 600
acres ol' finest arable land, and 750 in
aplcndid forest ?nd cane pnsturo land
and never failing water sprint?." F<"
terms apply to Hon* Knox Livingston
Hcnnottsville, who has plat showing ad
vantages of thc saine.
Tho above property can bc treated for
at Private sale on easy terms.
SUSAN K. KRITT,
ALSO, AT PRIVATS SALE,
N Or?ngeburg Co, and forming part
of tho "Keitt Estate" alarm of COU
acres of tho richest red clay lands, in
which have been this year creeled six
commodious frame lenaht houses, barns
RKFERKNOK; lion. Knox. Livingston,
Or Ct Messrs James Peri erk in, William
Haue, Esq., Col. A. T. Goodwyn, Korie
Motto, Orangeburg county S C.
SUSAN K. KRITT,
Nov. 6th 1884, ?f.
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FOR SIX GOOD FAMILIES.
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! od. Old mnttrasscs nmdo over and miw
ones iliads, by J. T. STONK. Shops for tho
present nt my residonec--Ibo dwelling formerly
oeouplcd by J. H. Sampson.
Mrs. STONI?, who is n (Irst.olnss Dross Maker
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Address MUNN A CO., Ofllco Scill.vnilC AMliU'CVU,
S31 Broadway, Non- York.
26 YEARS IN USE?
Tho Groatost Medical Trinttroh of tho Ago!
SYMPTOMS OP A
I.oas of nppof fte? Howell? cautivo? 1'alu In
tho hoad, with a dull Herniation In tho
Imrlc part, Pnln under tho shoulder
bindo, Fullncns nfl er eating, with ndla
! m l 1 nation to exertion of body Ol* Ullud,
Irritability of tompor, Low spirits? with
n fooling of hnviuir neglected some duty?
Wcnrinoaa? Hlzzinoss? Fluttering at tho
Ilonrt, Dot? boforotho oyen, Iloadaoho
orar tho right oyo, Itoatlosunonn, with
fitful drcniua, Highly colorod Urine? and
TUT'F'N riT/tiB aro espooinlly adapted
to such cusen, ono doso ofToota auch n
chango of fotsllngn.s to astonish tho sufferer.
Thoy Iiirvenflo tUo Apuctito,nml causo tho
bodv to Tn Ito ou IrleslitthuN tho system ls
nottrlahoil. jdid bv tli'-ir Tonic Action on
prodm-ed. Price Utjn, .!! Murray .St.,WjY.
. \? auo'MBsiu Kiamma
(?KAY HAIK or \VutHKBH8 changed to a
GLOSSY BLACK hy a yingio application of
dil? DTK. ii. Imparts a lint ural color, (lots
jnStnntannoutdy sold hy Druggists, or
pent liv expreSri on receipt of 81.
Ofrico, 44 Murray St., Now York?
ll) ?7 td H WI WWI ? rihhOB
Tho bid, Woli Trlocl, Wonderful
Honni*. Ronowing Romodloa.
iW\m SANATIVE PIUS&VAt?r?
|,ivol ('otwnlftlnti Hf|.'id,.f.i.i/ tuo Howols, Vitrifying
.in. lt1' i il. Cleansing ftofii Vmlirinl Taint. A norw
Cool eiir? ?"??" SU-u KB ciidnehc, Constipation
?11.(1 lill 'litmus IMsiildcis.
STRONG'S PECTORAL PlllSi^?'^
i i M<Mii\m(Ism. I m nm bonllby nppotito.gooddigos
. 11 > n, i -.; ni n ri I y ot Ibo bowels A precious bonn
IO iV-licufo ftontitlCBj soothing mid brnoinK tho.
oervonesyMeiu. ami Rivi nu viifor nivl hoalth to ovory
libro of Ibo body Sold by Prui'Kists. Vor l'auiphlats,
n< a.ld'esi 0 li HOM. ft Co .180odftr?t.,N,Y.<Jlt?
A youhji pf)t)i fiN^x. 'Svhntis tlio omi of
lanie?'' Tho lotter *-'e," my boy, if you
I dniVi ii>tf\ ii MiniiiK,v Give u? another
^srsi^zr. ?aitVratM.-.v'ar?XEOV'vr^: c^^rr.wjp^mwmuainm ivre w trromii ivAitwii' . tturimWOK?
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY!
?Tho undersigned is now prepared to lill all order for Doors of any
kind and stylo at prices that will astonish you-competition defied.
Am also prepared to take orders for any kind of furniture for tho
parlor or tho kitchen, and satisfaction guaranteed.
OLD ?WRNtTURE mudo to look nev/, and Chairs furnished frith
NEW BOTTOMS at reasonable charges.
made and trimmed to order on thc best terms.
CALL AND til']!') US, On ihe Corner south of Baptist Cliuroh, And 00
tho Street running West From 1 he? Presbyterian Church.
Janhurv li?, 1881
S, F. PO WE KS.
VP STANDS AT THE HEAD.
-THE LIGHT RUNNING
This cut show tho New Stylo of Wood Work that tho Company is now Introducing
,,,, , ,w r--^!^^--v^ ARTISTICALLY
ihe now Imo ol Ab ,f: ?;,,^y tfo^
Ihe now Imo ol At* ,?:? ; *.-$?&\\y.
tuclnhotits Unit ure \t\ ? i':S^vn?j'V
uow being placed , \ S
with en?h DOMESTIC I???'?i$00\)
nre special I io.-. ?No "'j'.'''; 'ffii^zL^i.
other Machino has Rf
thom. TI?eso Attach f
merits and tho Mow \m?
Wood Work naiko
tho 'Domestic' moro
than ever, without
THE AG K N 0 W L Et) ll E 0
FOR SALK AT
i??P* WITHOUT A
- UN I.TS -
THE LADIES BAZAAR,
OHAS. 2-?. lWin?rTNETTSVlLLE> S' C'
C??>'" Agonis wanted in unoccupied Territory.
Address DOMlOSTIC SEWING MACHINE CO-,
nun oh 19 [884 ?? _? lUciiMONn. VA.
A MARVELOUS STORY
TOLD IN TWO LETTERS.
FROM THE SON;
" Gentlemen: My fathor rosldoB at Qlovor,
Vt. I lo baa boon n> groat sufforor from Sorof
ula, and tho incloaod lott or will toll you what
hu bad in his c&ao. X think his blood moat
har? contained tho humor for at leaat ton
y OA rs ; but it did not sh ow, oxeopt in tho form
of a scrofulous soro on tho wrist, until about
flvo yoars ago. From a fow spots which ap
poarod at that timo, lt gradually spread so aa
to covor his onttro body. I assnro you ho '.ra?
terribly aflllctod, and nn object o? pity, whon
ho bogan using your modlolno. Now, thoro aro
fow mon of his ago who onjoy as good health
as ho has. I could easily namo fifty persons
who would testify to tho facts in his ease.
Yours truly, W. M. PHILLIPS."
FROM THE FATHER: "JUSSi
a duty for mo to staid to you tho benefit I
havo dorivod from tho uso of
Six months ago I waa complptoly covorcd with
a terrible humor and serofuloua sores. Tho
humor causod an incessant and intolcrablo
Itching, and tho skin crnokod so ns to causo
tho blood to flow in many placos whenovor
I movod. My sufforings woro groat, and my
lifo a burdon, I commenced tho USO of tho
SARSAPARILLA in April last, and havo used
it regularly nineo that timo. My condition
bogan to improvo at onoo. Tho sores havo
all hoalod, and I fool porfootly woll In ovory
rou poet- hoing now ?bl o to do a good day's
work, nlth o ugh 73 yoars of ago. Many inqulra
what has wrought o ooh a euro in my ease, and
I toll them, as I havo boro triad to toll you,
AYBR'S SABSArAniT.LA. Glover, Vt,, Oct.
21,1863. Yours gratefully,
AYBB'S SA?SAVAJULTjA curen Scrofula
und all Borofulons Complaints, Erysip*
elna, Kcxoina, Ringworm, Blotches,
Sores, Boils, Tumors, anti Krnptloim of
tho Skin, lt olonrs tho blood of all impu
rities, aids digestion, stimulates tho action of
tito bowols, and thus rcotoroo vitality and
itrongthons tho wholo system.
Sold by all Druggists; 91, six bottles for fe.
LUMBER FOR ALL 1
rpiU\ nndersigt.o'l respectfully informs ie
I. ti ity.oio ol' lier notIsvillu uti ! eurrotlntlit!;
country timi lie h is locater! his
How Steam Saw Mill
about Two md hali' miles ca's! >' lionnotisvi.il
lio&V Old |l*til\ty Spot. Church nnd on (Ito ''?ie
raw road, n short distance from the Signboard
I'rieo front $11 to $10 al I!K Mill, ?ind partie
eau rely on gotting lirst-elass lumber. Hiv
mos trial order. Address mo itt tho nilli o
brough tho post oflico.
H. H. WILLIAMSON.
July 20, '84.
was tho ?ret preparation norfciitly adapted lo
euro diseases of tho rcr.lp, and Ibo first suc
cessful restorer of failed or gr?y hair to Ho
natural color, growth, and youthful bo au/y.
lt has had many imitators, hut nonohavoso
fully met alt tho requirements needful for
tho proper treatmont of thc hair (ted soalp.
ll.vi.i,'s HAIR ltKXKWF.it has steadily grown
in favor, and spread its fame and usofnlnosa
to every quarter of tho globo. Its unparal
leled success can bo attributed to but om
cause: thc entire fulfilment of ?tspromises.
Tho proprietors have oflon bcon surprised
r.t tho rccolpt of orders fro?) remoto coun
tries, whovo thoyba? never tumlo au oll'ortfor
tl'lic uso for a short limo of HALL'S HAIR
lli:>;r.vvt:it wonderfully imp>'ovcB tho por
lottnl lippearanco, lt cleanses tho scalp from
nil itu purl I los, euroa all humors, fovor, and
dryness, and thus prevents baldness. It
stimulates tho weakened glands, and on aldea
Hiern to push forward u now and vigoro?*
growth. Tho ol?co.ts of lh'.< article Wi v?w
trauilont; Uko those ?? ?tl<rfA!Cr'?i?? Jtrepara
tlor.n.but romain a long time, which makes
its uso a matter of eeonomy.
Will chango tho beard to a natural brown,
or black, ns desirod. It produces a permanent
color that will not wash away. Consisting of
a singlo preparation, lt Is applied wiUiout
B. P. HALL & CO.
Sold by all Doalora In Medicines.
TOR ALL THE TORMS
Scrofoloun, Mercurial, and
. - $jtfk 'bo best remedy, beeauso tho
\.sf."- \ iitoHtv$'onroii(iiff and thorough
- \ bloo l-puritlor, is
?oU'.l.. all Druggists! ?1,?ix bottloB.C?.
N KAT Ii Y and PROMPTLY |)ONI)^f
|)i:nVo^r?t Job Qlfiw.
,/$g$3$L Knst siilo J'tiblit! 8f|itttvo.
?j?|f??'rrni)siont or Private Boarding
Mrs. 8. J. ADAMS,