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' BY S. A. BROWN & Co.
BENNETTSVILLE, SO. OA.
Wednesday, February 26, 1885
OUR MUNICIPAL. GOVERNMENT,
MAYOR--J. F. Everett
AI.DRKMKN-Silas Bounds, P P Mcoklns
J. L, McLaurln aud F. M. Emanuel
CbnRK A TRBAS.-E. C. Stownrt
pSS* Tho Gounod will hold rogular m jotings
aon Thursday ovoning at 6 o'olook.
O UH COUNTY OFFICERS.
SherlHT, II. yt. Hogors,
Clork, 0. M. Wonthorly,
Coronor, J. F. David,
Probate Judgo, VT, E. Thomas,
School Commissioner, S. J. Molimin
County Commissioners, J. H. David, J. H
Pipkin, Henry Edens.
Auditor, Jaoob Alford,
Tronsur.ir, J. H. Liles,
Sunorvieor of Registration', T. F. MoRao,
Supt. of Poor lionne, Tristram Ea?torling.
Our W?shiiigton Special
[From Our Regular Correspondent)
WASHINGTON Fob. 14, 1885.
Tho city congealed i ti arctic
weather is making preparation
for the coming event, the 4th of
March. The Democrats aro pre
paring for a groat demonstration
and the Ropuolici us are prepar
ing to grin aud bear it. Hotel and
"boarding house keepers aro pre
paring to pack their guests like
sardines in a box, and various
military and civic organizations
arc preparing to entertain their
brethren from abroad. President
Arthur is preparing to vacate the
White ]louse to thc political sue-?
cess? r of James Buchanan and
Messrs Blaine, Reed, Hoar, Sher
man, ET AL may be preparing for
doatli, they aro not preparing to
admit that the war which their
malice and ambition has prolonged
for twenty years beyond its heroic
term is now a thing of the past.
Society, alf o, is preparing to recon
struct itself on different lines and
different women. Thc Frcling
huy8cn,s, Blaine's, Brewster's.
Chandler's, with their sattolites
and parasites will go. The new
society, I imagine, will be com
posed in partjof the ANCIENT REGIME
tho old residents who have lived
in seclusion during the long
ascendancy of tho light lingered
vandals of tho Grant era and the
psalm singing hypocrites ot tho
ll a y o s usurpation. Tho so
cial tone will dopend much on the
Cabinet of Mr. Cleveland, for so
ciety hero takes its cue and hue,
to a great extent, from those,
high in ofllco. It is tho general
impression that the next will be
a working administration, it cer
tainly has a task before it, and it
would not bo suggestive of work
to seo the houses of the Thurman's
Bayard's, and Garland's of tho
next administration given over
to mid-nights revels, as has beon
too much the case of late years
An extra session ol' Congress
is thought to bo very probable,
but whether there is an extra ses*
sion or not there will bo some
thing going on hero after the
fourth of March, lt is not expect
ed that one hundred thousand
office holders will bo immediately
turned out. But a now Cabinet
with new Chiefs ot Bureau, now
chief clerks, and new foreign min
isters will be appointed with a*
little delay as possible. There will
bo some fifty thousand Postmas
ters to appoint, and a general and
judicious cleaning out of tne idle,
incompetent, suporanuated and
the merely political rats and
barnacles who have int ustriously
drawn their salaries from the pub
lic treasury for years, and years.
Many clerks in the depart
ments have been trying to nave
their papers, which show that
they were rcccommended by
prominent republicans, with
drawn from the lilcw. Secretary
Mcculloch, however has denied
their requests and says that he
proposes to turn over the liles of
thc Treasury Department intact.
This, of course, is right, and
nothing more. If a clerk ba
been rcccommended by Sonator
Kellogg of Louisiana, Mr. Blaiuo
or Senator Hoar, for no bettor
reason than that he is a republi
can, and lins done political work
for his patron, it is of interest to
tho country and to tho coming
administration to havo it on re*?
cord. AVhen an examination of
tho appointment files has been
made it will be found that tv
majority of tho malo employees
have been appointed for political
.purposes, and that many ?emodc/j
have boon appointod for reasons
and purposes npt ot rocord.
Efforts havo been made by tho
Republicans to show that tho
Uiver and Harbor bill this yoar
is an almost unprecedentedly bad
one, and that it is tlio first grab
of tho Solid South upon the Treas
ury. As a matter of fact, the
most indefensible items in tho
bill wore thoso known as tho Eads
appropriations, and these have
ail been*: erased. Tnoy wore
much moro in tho interest of
Captain Dads than of tho Solid
South. Tho worst River and
Harbor bill in the country's
history was passed by a Rep iib?
Hean Congress and vetoed by Pres
It ls a good rulo to accopt only such
medicines a*, havo, aftor long years of trial
proved worthy of confidence This is a
ORHO whero othor people's oxporionco may
ho of groat sorvico, and it has Sroen the
oxpoiionco of thousands that Ayor's Ohorry
Poctorol is tho host cough mcdioino over
Many persons uro possibly unnwnro that thu
Chcstuut, Fnglish Ifalnut Peo ?wi, and otbur
nut bonring troos will grow rapidly in thin
sootion with a littlo attention wliilo they uro
Ayor's Sarsaparilla is tho best me?ic?uc
for every ono in tho spring. Emigrants
and travolors will find iu it an offectual euro
for tho eruptions, boils, pimples, eczema,
oto., that break out on tho ekin-tho effect
of di?ordor in tho blood, caused by sea-dict
and lifo on board ship.
Cape Fear & Yadkin Valle) !5y.
ll erndon nod Timo Tnblo No. ll.
'J rains moving Nor (h.
I Loavo Bonuettsvillo at 8 oo a m
Shoo Hool io oo a in
j Arrivo at Fayetteville, 12 io a m
I Leavo Fayetteville 1 00 p m
Sanford 3 25 p ??
Oro Hill 4 38 p m
Liberty S 40 p m
Arrivo ot Greensboro, 7 oo?p m
60 minutes at l-'ayottovillo for dinner.
2V?I'M? tnoviny South,
Loavo Greensboro, at 0 4? ft m
Liberty 11 06 a m
Oro Hill 12 05 p m
Sandford (dinner) i 36 p m
Arrivo Fayetttvillo 3 4? P 111
Leavo Fayottovillo at 4 co p m
Shoo Heel 6 40 p m
Arrive at Bonnottsvillc, 8 20 p in
20 minutes nt Handford (or dinner
JNO. M. lioSK, don. Vast Agont.
JA? S. MORRISON,
Jan 19, 1885. (ion. Sep.
.. . . .. .'. ?. i .-j._r. .} .?V.-T-J.:
G. G. McMurray, Agt
Manufaoturer'and Dealer in
SW*. OP SOUTH CANINA.
COUNTY OF MAUI.mmo*.
7Ar TRIAL JUSTIOl'J COUR'/.
cn v it i. KS SM un, Plaintiff, i
vi?, > Summon*,
lt W. Widlai-e, Defendant. J
To the Dcfcntlaiit, ll. W, WALI-AOK :
YOU aro hereby summoned and re
quired to appear mid answer tlio com
plaint in this action which is filed in ibis
court within twenty days hereof, exclu*
sive of tho day ol'sci vice, and ii'you fail
so to do. tho plaintiff will apply to the
court for tho relief demanded in said
Dated February 2nd 1885.
(i W KR VIN, [LS.]
To the defendant W. lt. Wallace:
You will horcby take notice that thc
summons and oomplaint in this action
was filed on the second day of February
A. D. 188?, imho court of Ct. W. Ervin,
Trini Justice, for tho county of M ii Hbo
boro and Slnlo aforesaid.
OH AR LUS STA') 15,
Bcnncttsvillo, February 2nd 18S.R>.
?JEFURNISED and fitted un ns ii Inst
ill class Hotel. I respectfully solicit a
reasonable share of tho public patronage.
Tonna moderate. A lice hack to and
from the Railroad
T. (>. WALL ACIC.
Benneltrtville, S. 0.
Doo ai. 1884 _
RRHK undersigned rospnni fully asks the
A attention of tho ('armors of Marlboro'
to tho merits of ibo "LITTLE GIANT"
COTTON PRICSS and n first class OIL
MILL. I have also othor agricultural
machinery witton I am offering at manu
facturers prices. Parties in want of any
thing in my lino should givo mo a call.
M. C. WE1JSTI?R,
Aug. 0, 188'l. Laurinburg. N. 0.
Railroad Guido. .
JIU jjffi^as? ^ ?t^
Ohoraw and Darlington and Cherow
and Wadosboro Railroad.
Loavo Wadosboro at 7.20 .1 m
Loavo Donuotts 7,45 a m
Loavo Morvon's at 8:05 am
Loavo Mnofarlan'a at 8:30 a m
Loavo Ohoraw at 0:25 R m
Loavo Cash's at 0143 ft m
Loavo Sooioty Hill at 10:07 a m
Loavo Doves at 10:37 a 111
Loavo Darlington at 11.04 am
Loavo Palmetto 11:15 a m
Arrlvo at Floronoo 11,40am
Loavo Florenco at 3:35 p m
Loavo Palmetto 3,50 p hi
Loavo Darlington at 4.05 p m
Loavo DOVCH at 4.30 p m
Loavo Society at 5.00 p m
Leave Cash's at 5 22 p m
Loavo Ohoraw at 5.55 p m
Loavo Maof arl au's at 6.45 p m
Lcavo Morvon's at 7.05 p m
Loavo Dennett's at 7.20 p ra
Arrive at Wadosboro at 7.45 p ra
Tho Local Freight loa vos Florence every tiny
at On. m., except Sunday, arriving at Ohoraw
ntU.'IO n. ni Leave Clieraw 2.1 fi and nrrive
in Florence at f>.5l) p. in.
B. 1). TOWNSEND, PnicsT.
North Eastern Railroad Co.
S Ul'Kll I NT KN D KN'P's Ol-' VI CK,
Charleston, S. G., Nov. 2, 1884.
On a? after this dato tho following
Scheu1.1 0 will bo run, Sundays included :
Loav 1 Charleston, Arrive Florence
No 43-11:50 A M. 3.4S ?* M
NO. .\7 -12.45 A M. 4.34 A M
No. 45-5.00 pm.S.50 p m
Loavo Florence. Arrive Charleston,
No. 40-1.40 A M. 5.00 A M
No. 42-12.15 M.I'10 V M
No. 48-11 ?55 P m.3:45 a m
No. 47 will not slop nt way stations.
No. 48 will stop at Lake City, Kiugstrce
St. Stephen's and Monck's Corner.
CENTRAL RAILROAD, OF S. C.
Leave Charleston. 7.00 A M
Leave Lane's. S.,jo A M
Lea vu Manning.'. . 9.17 A M
Arrive at Sumter.y.40 A M
" in Columbia.11.00 A M
Loavo Columbia at. ... t $.?o v M
Leavo Sumter at. 6.58 1? >i
Leave Manning. 7.27 1* .M
Leave Lano's. S.20 I* M
Arrive at Charleston. 0.45 l' M
J, F. DIVINE, Sii'T.
T M E.MKHSON, Ci cn* I Ticket Agoni.
Wilmington Columbia and AttgUft?
(joiulcihsccl Schedule ',
PASKHNOKU DUl'AKTMK.VV, '
Wilmington, July 8, 1884
Leave Wilmington Arr. at Florence
0:05 p ui 12 60 a ni
10 80 p m I 45 a in
Arrive in Columbia dally <i 40 a ni
Leave Columbia f):?r, p m
Arrive at Florence at ? 4.40 a ni
Arrive at Wilmington at 8:!15 a ni
Train No. 43
Leave Florence, dally, at .! Oil p in
Arrive in Wilmington al S :'?0 p m
Train 4.'}. stops at all stations.
Tho night trains aro fast express and
I stops only at East over, Camden Junction,
Sumter, Tinimonsville, Florence, Marion,
Fair mull", Whitesville, Flemington and
Brinkley's; Through tickets sold and bag
gage cheeked to all principal points.
Pullman sleepers on night trains
All Trains solid between Charleston and
.1. F. DIVINE, Geh'l Sup't.
T. M. E.MKKSO.V,
(?on'l Passenger Agent.
-NEW S?IOR r LIN hi
Via Atlanta Ga., Birmingham Ala.
TO ALL POINTS TN
Alabama, Mississippi. Louisiana. Ar
kansas, Texan and ibo West and North
west. The favorite route to thc World's
Fair at New Orleans, La., commencing
December Isl 18S?. Double daily Hains
with elegant Sleeping cars attached, for
which tho low rato ol'$I for each section
is charged. Tho iuwost sleeping carrales
(il ibo United Slates. Bet tbs seemed
10 days in advance. QSSfnSeo thai yuin
tickets rJ?d from Atliintayid tho (U?rgia
Pacific Railway, and Birmingham, Ala
Fer further iufbinuition write In or call bli
L. S. JiuowN, . AI.KX. S. Tnwr.ATT,
Gen. Pass. Ag't, Tiny. Pass Ag't.
Birmingham, Ala. Atlanta, tia.
l? Y. Sago, Cen. Supt. Birmingham, Ala
Aug. 13. '81.
LOOK ?d RM!
Pft il li publie is respectfully i 11 lorine!
X (bal I have Opened a iir-i ola -
And Harness P-?L SHOP
GliNTS and LA M KS can get any styli* ol
work wanted in Hoots and Oiiilor?', -! 1
make all kind of Harness - Ihi^.'fV or
Wagon, Single or Douldo. fn lind eve
rylhing in my lino of hu? i nc.? can ito had
at short potiiio at my shoo. ;
Repairing Prompt'y iOo:\o.
All work guara n't ec?tl !
Y. C. MORTON, !
Kuianiiol ? Old Stand-uenncHftVilto, S (!. j
Sept 21, 1881. 1
COTTON and I
AI>VAW?KS MA1MTC <
Oct. 29, '84.
Ii ?. H. eXiA'
]&?Eo?aLl. and C3PX
O, O. IO, IL?2, l-?t 3*
ORDERS (br Frosh Broad, (Jukes o?'all
br Kros'n Meal abd Grist promptly (il
April 2, 1884
190 King St., Charleston, S- 0
wiKST OIiASS BOARD $1.25 por Day
! Hacks always at thc Railroads.
Mus. J. AirirCHJili, Proprietress.
J. L. HOWIES, Business Manager.
.January Ki, !8i.
I 65 I
Cit;iHIjJSHTOSt SO. CA.
..he Largest Fruit and Produce
House in tho South.
ii Mort and keep constantly on hand
?'.manas, i!u .'ennuis, Oranges, Apples,
Pineapple.-, Lemons, Nuts, Raisins.
Potatoes?, Cabbages, Onions, N.
C., and Va.,1 Peanuts,
Oct 29 IC.
- ? EM IE AF -
A New Feature in the Retail Business.
ti?tlT Sond postal card for our monthly
price list ami S?VK MON KY iii purchasing
WKLSlI & BASON,
127 and 129 ?Meeting street,
8. NV. cor. .Market st.
Cl! AUI.ESToN, So. OA.
Nov. 5. '84 3.
WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PIUS
And all Bilious Complaints
Saf?lo take, heliiif |Mir*ily Vc?.'!''able; aojjrlp
llli;. Pi ie- si eli. All Di malais.
T. ?. ROGERS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW:
Bcnnettsvillo, S. C.
WILL praclico in the Sliilo and Feri??
raj ( 'oui is.
-O Iii co on Main Snoot.
IO M PT ai lent ion given to the collec
tion of Claims. Jan IO '84.
On Cotton plantations in sums of $500
and upwards. Loans payable in fr?ll)
(wo to ten annual installments'. No loan
made fora less time than live your.*, lils
(crest (O per com. per annum
For circulars &c. apply liv lotter to
.IOUN ll. PALM KU. A SON.
Columbia S. C.
Or in person lo T. 10. Dudley, Bcn
nettsvillo S 0
|)oo 17, '84 Gm
4 LL Administrators, Executors, Otuir*
?A mans and Trustees are hereby notified
that they are required by law lo make
Annual Mel urns during thc mouths of
.January and February. 1 request it
prompt compliance willi said law.
W. E. THOMAS.
Dec 24 If, -Judge ol'Probale.
i;.llirA'.l!lJ:.'. Vlv<-rM<lo, Oat. lid dry eUtitfttf "f*
Aono,'!'.'-: I.m?.B,full lil;:., Wo-., >?.; ..>.-, yu/., '-co.
C.Vlt(huttliodoiibtfulciirlo.i.Kir ( ti-liUulwi ni (<>?
<! iv, OlnUimul nlltblrtdln.'IO ; , [.'?per iso.Aliire
Sui -.i < iuiilo. Ill i> I'm,.cul PoMwI. .'ivmoy Oi-Ri;'U,l;iA
DR. WHITTIER i?mmmm f
J'l'hn (iront ?|H>oltllUt, Nfirvmif D'. lnKty.Imi'ndlmont*
ftoMiimnito, CmvuiiiiMon nn<l I'mnniiliit Ooo,
- AN D
. \YUfMlSUTOS, X. 0.
PROMPT al fen! ion givob jo oonsign
menfs of cotton, naval swires, rio.
A trial solioitoil. 'P
Jan. 28, '85. ;
UFF & |^H?:
TON, 8. C
Off CONMIttNMASOTH. "GSA
OTOCT & ?0.
at? CY?/z(Z?/ Factory
/CC J&. j?7tf_ 'JEk. IS "ai?1, SSI'S?
.TON, S. C.
kimi, Crackers of all Kidd, CANDY,
lcd at Lowest Pri?es.
?y thc Best Makers!
HEW PIMIOS $210. $226, AHO UPWARDS I
KEW ORGANS $24, Sbb, AND UPWARDS I
EASIEST TERMS and Lovett Pri?e? ever
Knot?? Ott Standard and /.tillable Instruments
tlKLlVKREl) FREIGHT PAID 1
thy tu'dj'uft (0 yet our price* and term? br/nrc
;, , '.(?'.i//. Kcincinbor wc pay all freight
wit ii"ui increase of prices.
Address C. GILL & SON,
li i 3 King st., Charleston. S. 0.
Sept. :!, issi. 0
Ol?'l AI NED :ind nil Patent llusincss at homo
oi al>r.>a?llutten?lctJ tu for Moderate Feet
Cur ellice is opposite the tl. S. Patent Office,
ami wo etui Obtain Patent!) in less limo than
those rcinotu from Washington,
Scud Muilcl or Drawing. Wc advise as to
patentability free oi* charge ; und wo charge no
feo unle-s patent is allowed.
Wo refer here, lo thc Postmaster, tho Supt
of Money Order Div,, and lo officials of Hie
U, Patent Office. Por oUcuhir, advice, tonus
and references to iiotunl clients in your own
Stale er County, write to
C. A. SNOW ?X CO.
Oppo. Patent Office, Washington, D. C.
Sr. Barter's Iron Ionic
H will purify ami enrich tho BLOOD, regulato
ire I.IVF.R aita KIDNEYS, nn<l TUBTOUKi TIM
HKA.LTH and VIGOR of YOUTH! In all Ihoso
diseases rcnnlrliiR a certain ?mt omeient IONIC,
especially Dvsnpiisla.Wantof Appolltp.liiillKcs
tlnn, ?.UCK ?T Btr?tigUli etc.. Us uso ls marked
willi Immediate and wonderful results, nones,
mi.M and Wtocyea receive new force. Enlivens
the mind and SVLfclle* lirait? Vower.
IA Ptil B" tsCTnill'crlna Hom all complaints
. AUlRO peculiar to their sex will find In
DU. I?AUTERS TUON TONIO a sale and speedy
cure, lt nive? a clear and healthy complexion.
Tho siroimnst testimony to tho value of DH.
ll Mt! lilt's IKON TON IC ls that frequent attempts
i.\ . iintcrfetiliiK have only lidded to inc popular,
.tv of the original. If you earnestly desire heiiltli
?lon.it experiment-gel thc OIMOINAI. AND lJK?T.
(?Vipilyour nddros?toTh?Dr. Harter Mod.Co.*"
*t.Louis, Mo., for our "DREAM BOOK fi
L-nllof ?trunco and useful Inlornmtlon,free.,
'OH. MAMTER'S IRON TONIO IS FOR SALE BY AU?
Dr.U0QI3T3 ANO DEALERS EVERYWHERE.
r'tjWIK undersigned respectfully In Co rms
fl. his old patrons and thc public gener
ally thnt he is still building and repn iring
^Buggies, Wagons, darts, *
and Plantation Tools, at tho IOWCBI living
rales. A trial is solicited.
Ai D. CONNER,
Juno ll, 1884. MoLauvin'ii Mill
1845. Illustrated Hand-Book .084
For tho Farm and Garden, tr^'pagea
BOO \\ In -I int lon:-, fl lld j? lien lill lill Co\t\reO
of Flower?, Jells ? >VhiH, AVheu r.nj
fulled tl . O0.1
plant nnd ls (lill of iiiforniniiun.tnv?i?iabl "i"S all
Interested In gardening, ?nttxi
to cover post UKO.
Illnst'.'utcd Novelty X>1at,
M. MTItiiui all li.? n?we?t vsrlitla*
"=**?*?/ I'lowrn, Vtxettblii, Ce?
And hiwo on nanci
wllcm yon want to plant.
20 packets choleo Flowor Senda (our uleetion), In?
eluding WILD OAltllKN 8KKDS (a mixturo of
100 varieties of Flowor Seeds), <ov Jt.OO.
g VEGETABLE GARDEN FOR $1.00.
ft? 20 pkt?, Choleo V. gotahlti Kcixls (our Mi?cllon),
fl Including lill-v's American Wonder Pea, for 9??
BOTH tl)0 above lo.- .il., ri. fi ard oner's nana
Pooh telling you ll?itv Iii grow thom, yent I>r?t with
i "H. U. RI A> UilrVH.
T XS 33
POR ONLY il
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cheapest weekly in America. ONE DOL
LAR A YEAH, postage included. Our
special Clubbing Terms bring lt within
tuc roach of all our subscribers. Spoci
mon v-oples may bo seen at this ollloo.
Bond Subscriptions to this ollb.u.
?ICJ0J ALL !
J. B. KfLLOUGH,0 Florence, S. G.
WILL SELL YOW
Pianos $210, $225, and Upwards.
Organs, $28, $54, and upwards.
Pays all Freight without oxtra charge.
15 days Tost Trial to ?ood outdoniors.
Oan buy on tho Gosh or Time basis.
Mason <fc Hamlin Organs sold on 2i yours
limo. All goods shipped diroct from tho
Factory to Pnrchnsor. boneo tu* old shop
oom goods handled.
[lo takes in oxoliaugo old Pianos and
Organs at (hoir cash valuo.
Ho koona a full lino of small Musioa
Merchandise that is Ufjunlly kopt in tv
ile makes a .specialty ol' Shoot Music
ind musi? Books. Tuoso Roods nifo or
lercd direct from tho leading music pub
ishers of tho oountry.
Teachers and tho trado got special din*
lounts. Bills colleotod monthly.
I fis motto is "not to lc undersold."
Writo to him for catalogues and price
ut, or call on him athis oilico, Allen's
Slook, Florence S. 1.
Oct 8, 1884.
.. All colors, and shades. Ot hoavy ?Ilk
irlngos at 35 couts, worth 75t a? I* Strauss'