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BY S. A. BROWN & Co.
BBNNETTSVILLB SO. CA.
Wednesday, July 20, 1887.
Thc Hot Wave.
f?omo of tho oldest oiMzous say tho
weather tho past week, has boon tho hot
test ever foll hore. Tho thermometer
utood from 100 to 109 for thrco days.
Several caeca of oxkaustion froia heat oe?
ourred ou Saturday aud Sunday.
Thirty caBCB of sunstroke occurred in
Philadelphia on Sunday. Six in Bnltimoro,
oight in Chicago aud sixty-two from tho
effects of tho heat, whilo tho mortality
muong tho ohiidrou of families occupying
tenement houses was fearful.
Choked on His Coffin.
(lu ADALA J AKA, Mexico, July 12,
-Yesterday tho body of Juan
Aminto, a telegraph operator, lay
in its cofliu in church ready for
burial. A companion near it
heard regular taps inside, which
clearly chekod ont, "I am alive."
Surprised, ho gave thc alarm and
tho telegrapher, weak but still
alive, was rescued and restored.
Powdcrly on Immigration.
Mr. Powdcrly may go wrong in
8omo cases, but us a rulo ho is
right. Ho seldom goos off half
cocked. The latest thing wo havo
soon from him is on tho question
of immigration. Of course, ho is
opposed to the landing of pauper
immigrants in this country. Mr.
Powaerly, however, goes further,
and suggests that an immigrant to
this country should bo required to
bo able to sustain himself and fam
ily one year. This might not
provo a bad rule. Thero is a dis
position in some quarters to en
courage immigration to this coun
try regardless of its character.
This is a groat mistake. We want
good citizens in tho United States,
and tho greatest precaution should
be taken to prevent socialists, an
archists and dynamiters from mak
ing their homes among and diffus
ing their dangerous doctrines into
the minds of ignorant people.
Ooluwjbuf? (fra.) jRnouirer.
"1 liquor rind !. ilioi.
Mr Pdwderlyi five ofticinl li omi
and ?.'ron* of thc Kn >...;,..\i oj hul.-\,
J ?nf! tnkoii a radical position on
li^u?i queii?on, In it I'.'ci? :?, tja
temperance, published in the Jour
nal of United Labor, ho says:
"I know that, in refusing to
oven touch a drop of strong drink,
I was and nm right. In refusing
to treat another to that which I do
not believe to be good for myself |
to drink, I know I am right. In
refusing to associate with men who
get drunk, I know I am right. In
not allowing it rum-seller to gain
admittance into tho Order of tho
Knights of Labor, I know I am
right. In advising our associate*
not to rent halls or meeting rooms
over drinking places, I know that
I am right. I done this from the
day my voico was heard in the
council halls of our Order. My
position on tho question of temper
ance ?B right. 1 nm determined to
maintain, and will not niter it one
jot or tittle."
Mr. Philip A. Moses, an old resi
dent of Charleston, died in Sumter ou
Monday was a terrible day in Col
umbia-six deaths ODd many pros
trated from tho heat.
H. N. Kmlyn, an old printer of
Columbio, died on Monday.
Dr. J. D. Barber, of Nashville, suc
ceeds Dr. MeFerrin ns book agent of
the Southern Methodist Publishing
There will be no night services
in tho Marion Methodist Church
until next September.
Mr. Ingram, who won the ap
pointment for Wost Point at the
competitive examination held in
Florence some time ago, has failed
to pass tho examination at West
Point, and another competitivo ex
amination will have to bo ordered.
Ax y Cherry, a colored girl 12
years of agc, and found guilty of giv
ing a child concentrated lye, was sen
tenced by Judge Hudson At Barnwell,
last week, to bo hanged in September.
Tho ill treatment of children by
nurses is something that needs thc
strong arm of the law to stop it,
Auk your?olf tho question, what would
become of my wifo and olnldrcn should I
ho takon from thom? Othois die-I can
not expect to ho oxempt.
... Tho choapoBt and best sowing ma-,
ohino on tho market is found at tho ul oro
of 0. 8. McCall. Call and seo it.
NOT ANOTHER LUTHER.
Sonic onthusiastic Protestants,
with whom tho wish is a father to
tho thought, have hailed "Father
McGlynn" as "another Luther," a
man destined by character and cir
cumstances to load an American
reformation in tho Kornau Catholic
Church. This estimate of him
seems ludicrously at variance with
all tho facts, which aro well estab
lished and not open to disputo.
Ho is not in tho least a roformor,
his attitude has in it nothing he
roic. He is simply a recusant
priest, justly resting undor the cen
sure of his Church tor his rebellion
against tho authorities ho was
bound by his priestly vows to obey.
Dr, McGlynn was suspended
from tho priesthood because he dis
obeyed hs bishop by making a
speech, in which ho advocated thc
abolition of private property in
land. This theory is assorted by
his ecclesiastical superiors in New
York to be one that has been con
demn od by tho church Ho de
nio8 this, and in proof of his posi
tion points to tho fact that Arch
bishop Walsh, of Ireland, teaches
precisely tho samo doctrino with
out rebuke from Rome. There ia
weight in this denial, but tho
proper course for McGlynn was
evidently to appoal to Romo, not
to defy iiis imm?diate superior.
This ho has declined to do, and
has even refused to hoed a sum
mons to appear at Romo and plead
his causo at the highest tribunal of
the church. Notico of his formal
excommunication has, therefore,
bqon published, and l)r. McGlynn
ie now cut off from the Catholic
Church. But he still protests that
he is a Catholic, that he will never
be anything else, that his superiors
have misused their powers, that
his condemnation is unjust and il
legal. Evidently there is nothing
of the Luther in such a man.
And it is also clear that Dr.
McGlynn cannot be regarded as a
martyr, even in a bad cause.
Much eloquence has been wasted
in denunciation of the interference
of Catholic prelates with thc rights
of an American citizen. It is true
that Dr. McGlynn was an Ameri
can citizen when he made the
speech for which ho suffers, but he
was first of all a priest, who had
vohmi?.rijv tnV<*n a vow of obc
(li?iio? ? ti Pw- tiiii ci toi ii in al] i v
litfiouii mutters Now thc (?uestioii
Ol :I!>M1?,;!UMI; |. ?YU'" '[) v/nc'.vi.i]: '.
j land :.? .". ni'.'Vi'.i w j| to3, a po!:!i.
j etil tjiieritioiii Dr. >.iof.? ? yim iVdy?"
outed iMi iii mil lion of tili): n$j.ii
"with?iii oiiu penny ol compoh?iv
tion to thc present owners." That
is an immoral sentiment. It is ad
vocacy of robbery, pure and sim
f>le. Even if private property in
and wore wrong, as Mr. George
and Dr. McGlynn hold, society has
so long recognized and encouraged
this ownership and so many inno
cent people have invested their
hard earnings in thc land that to
sweep away this property at a
blow without compensation of any
sort would bo a wholesale robbery,
? beside which ordinary thievery is
respectable. Dr. McGlynn cannot
? plead his American citizenship ns a
? shield for using his priestly author
ity in promulgating a policy that
is not only alleged to be oilicially
condomnoa by his church, but is
wliolly irreconcilable with the Ten
Commandments. In matters of
faith and morals he was bound to
conform his public toaching to the
directions of Iiis suporiors. For re
fusing to do this lie is justly con
As soon as his excommunication
lias had time to talco effect, Dr.
McGlynn's admirers in thc Catho
lie Church will be compelled to
chooso between him and the
Church. How tho groat body of
thom will choose is not opon to
doubt. His adherents will speedily
fall away, his importance will cor
respondingly decrease, and in a
few months ovorybody will wonder
that the American people wore
ever foolish enough to got excited
about him. A second Luther, for
sooth . Pah I
New A dvevtlHVHWH tn.
New Barber Shop.
HAVE recently purchased the Bar
ber outfit formerly owned by Alex,
iiucknbcc, the business wilt be continued
nt the same stand, and with tint addition
of somo improvement.-, I hop ; io have it
conducted in such it mininer ns to M KNIT
f li o patronage ol' thc public generally.
At present tho shop is in charge of John
(?iles. Thc pliblio may rely.on my using
my bes* ellon s to make the shop ami foi
attendants neat and cleanly.
DSP* Tho Shop will invariably he closed
II. W. CARROLL.
Jilly 20th, 1887.
Jd?y Read every word in THE DEMO,
CR AT this week, and profit thereby.
??ywpMaiinni tin IT- ?..<..?*. >?:**>-.- tmn t.>>vr\mwmtnmmimmnTmmitmimh*mi*m*imwiimii*m
To the Generous Pi folio of Marlboro :
Allow us to embrace tins opportunity ol ? s tending our sinooro thanks, as evidence
of our appreciation of tho very I ?hm ni Uipjior) you have given us iu tho past, and
assuring you ol' eur continued prom pi \l to itt. o ;i< business, as well ns truthful rep
resentation of all goods handled hy < - : ? i ii uily cull yo?i utiouliori to ?l?e
following pertinent points :
While there are numerous oin ... . - an 1 new designs, it is impossible to note tho
many changes in stylos of Jewelry and ormuncnt?l watches, in our limited space.
Wc can only assuro you that \y. ernie ivor ?>> keen our oyo on the fashions nnd stylos
of Jewelry worn by the rccogniv.oil ant limit; . mil buy now ? .id stylish poods ns they
appear on tho market. Wo would h. lu nave you FAVOll US WITH A
GALL, when wo will take plant mo itt u iv i nj' .?."t our stock.
?Ve keep alway? a linc assort... ? ? murieau Lever Watches, made by
the Elgin, Waltham and Ul ?rn tia in U ?th gold ?ind silver cases, key or stein
wind. Thc above watches aro einisi.d .. du st lor tho money by all those using
them. Pricos front $8.0() to ?j minted.
Wc ti alco a sc ?. ..;'? v .i.1''..:..!. : . .. '?<!. t i >' 1 Wiifc'ic- nid - rt ! v. von a lia"
ot ,.'t".>l?-- fi om wi i- ii .-;?!.! c. |..,.| ?4<i iiity il?iiiiivd, I Vi? -is of rn|tn Lie Lani o
t?old W;i(<>h.!r . . li; ii ii:?? !.. . i 'i ' .*, ? Milt ;.??. . ?. J?yt tis (he jtuVe?t', W
hayo :i .ipmu'.iiy i ivat.'l?'i ivo.nl IV.tUi .'i. -j in $,V.0b iii whir li wo IM-, eu I lie
i,-?ral ?i ppi-.n 'i tie?. tu ..? IJ ; hem.
Wedding l'rcNcntN ! W*''ld ii ti g Pei-;, its ? Wedding iTOMciitM 1
We have had our cyo on the \. . I for some limo, and from appear
puces should judge that the niiiti i liai i . vv ? 11 bc more lively tins year illari
iisunl. In order to supply the d- . li u ' tight an extra largo assortment ol'
OTE SH, , ?: V?.W??3B,
Suitable for Presents. 1 haw n; ! . ?| ivoiild bo useful as table-ware, nnii
would be pleased to have you sc II I . mid say in regard to Silverware,
that I have always insisted on bn\ , ii), lilOS'lV I don't keep "shoddy" goods
in this line, hut by comparison j . wi lim) ni) nods ns chenp as tho same quality
aim bo bought. For c?iivonienc I v to .sodio of tho ?rdelos kopi in this
linc, viz : Tea Sets, Water SM , lintier ('uolci'.-, Pickle (Jester.s, Gnke Baskets,
Berry Dishes. Gard lleceiveis, lev 1 -kets, Print Slauds, Gups, Knives, Forks,
Spoons, Flatware of all kind-- ii. lid plated ware. In this line of goods
you could never fail to select a j s or birthduys.
We have jus: bong h I a new lu; clock iii i-veiy conceivable shape and pat torn.
You will make a mistake if you fail 'o our 'uck before baying. Prices, from
$1.20 to $i>6.00, ALL GLOGK.S \v KB v v ? Kl).
Weare not talking nuieh a hou: ,Ic> v . will only say that we keep up our
sleek, ?nd you can lind tiny arl ide iv hi' li mild wish, lt is uralifying to us a (UV
nearly 3 years sales to still hear :!;<? "Vom goods are satisfactory and prices
moderate." . .
SPECTACLE 5 / . EGL ASSES.
We iiiivu u complote assortment ol .-(>'.. n - ninl ycglosscs, ?i" nil grados, soluotod with
ciro, und with n knowlcilgo of til? pc niait iiiMrimt: in tho oyo caused hy HMM olhiiuto, I claim
to. gi vu a perfect lit. Gold aii4 SUvci un ? .'?:'.
Wo kocp Violins, Uiiitfti-8, lhinjoi t'liiii'.n '.. >". , llftrinonlons, ico., Violin, Ilunja nnd
Guitar Strings, How.*. Keys, Illidge i><> . . to.
?>?H? NA WARE.*
. In Ton Sots of ll nnd 6I> pieces, , . . r HO'. Fancy oliinuwiiro suitnbto for
--FI S "J; t .T N G TACKLE.
Wo linvo added lo our stock ii coi '?? .' lin ; ? i' 1I00K.S ol' nil ?i/o.?, Lines, "Polis,"
"Spinnern ami ?piions." Call ililli
sEiri: < i uii i si x ic un L KS,
Ilnvhia liolici'il fur some lino t' l!i? no it'jjoliir tinnier in Sowing Mnoliino Needles, I
linVo conni udoil lu keep u slock of ii .!.?. used in this county, so cal j on mo for
your noodles, Von will Ibid.then. iii lr; Store.
Plush and ? ?c athel* Goods.
Wo will kco;i in stock ft noni ii . . . ph and Autograph Albuins, Pindi Dross
lug nml Toilet ('nscs, Photogrnpl. ? ' it , ii i to for Prcsonts.
WATCHES, ClOriS AND itWElRY REPAIRED.
In ooiiobisloi) wo would cull y in ?di ...... ... lin. ..ejniiring Dopnrlmont of our tiusinoSfi, In
which will at all tliiibs ho l'ound .ii i noikno , with tho host nintorinls, lo ropnir your
Wu (ohos, Clocks, Jo wolry, Onus, l'i t i v ow big Aliielihiefl, ??,
I omi only rofor lo my pns' li-iioiil l'or i ..ndiition, but (IIIAIIANTI?: SATISKACTIO?*.
With best wishes for n fruitful nu i.? ? , i.
I R ern aili; YD i Servant;
Fl. W. CARROLL.
Mny Isl, 1887.
Dealer iii V?ANOS, ORGANS ami MUSICAL M??UC?IAN0f?j3
ALLEN'S BLO?K-FLORENCE, S. C.
X-5LIE3 ?&"o. 33C..
J. Jj KIX.X.OU?II is nui hoi fetid io SlfiLL PIANOS and OHO
OAS II THICKS, with $10 OAS il on ORGANS und $25 ou PIANOS,
on Novoiubor 1st, 1887, without interest. Write him ut Moroney, S.
you will receive a reply with fall particulars.
dune 22, 1887?
THIS IS NOT AN ARGUMENT THERE^
N OT H I NO- TO
?B* W "NA
- COMFORT . X>URABIUITV >< STYLE
JAKES.KEANS 4t>5 SHoES ARE UNE QUALLPD .
FOR SALE BY
Juno I, 1887
Benn ottevi Ile, S. C.
Interesting Treatise on Blood
una Skin Diseases malled frou
to all who apply. It should bo
read by everybody. Address,
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Th? untold benefit I luwo rewired from tho uso of 8. BL &
leads ino to acknowle-dg? 1U virtuos and recommend lt to aU
who *u-e nufToriott with humors, A year ooo this July I
wrote to tko company tn Atlanta, On., concerning a can ocr
that bad troubled u? two or Uiroe yean past, but winch
bad been Increasing la ala? ood re?ne ti quita rapidly for
three ru on Mw preceding that letter. I bad beard ot the
wonderful earea at Swift'? I peas/te, ?nd resolved to try lt.
I commenced tabing lt In April, IK A, Wy general he al Oj waa
tauch lmpt.-oved, yet tba canoes', willoh was Io my breast,
continued to grow slowly, bat sorely.- When I wrote tn
July last I received a treatise cn blood and skin diseases,
with advice to keep ap tb? B. f. B. I did co. The bunch
firew and became quite heavy, asa? very dark and angry
coking) until tba middle of December, when I felt that I
mutt oltker bave lt eut out or die. nut, contrary to aU
expecto'loRS. lt eosimeaccd to ocs* a Uttlo blood/ substance,
and tn a weak lt seemed to break, making a nuga openlag
.nd discharging quantities, of almost black, thlok blood, ft
continued to discharge loas nud loss, bealing around tho
edges, unUl February, when U was entirely healed up and
well. I took ?vf only -nli bottloa of tho s. s. a and feel that
I owo mr life to Its virtuos. My caso ts a wonder and a mira
do to all tn and about this community. I TVUII X could toll
overybody of the benefits 1 havo rocolved, and induce all who
fliUTer from cancer to uso Swift's 8 pei ino. I sm twenty fire
yearn old, t?ud my health ls so improved tba! I feel bauer
than 1 hove for year*.
BKT?Y WOOD, Cohecett, Plymoulh Co.,
July 18, 1833.
TIIOS. E. DUDLEY HOPE If, NEWTON
Dudley & Kfewtoii,
AttovnoyR nnd Counselors (it Law,
rU '?T l l-l. pinotioe in th Courin of Ww
y.')[ Fob ri li Oirouit it pul it, th*? ?nij?d
fcUnto?* Court/?, 1 ?fen 11 Si)
Bennettsville, S. C.
(Jillet: in the Covirt House-front room
on the right.
January 19, 1887.
ATTOHXMY AT LA lt',
BE NN E TT S VIL L E, S. 0.
IT) HO M PT personal attontion given all
1 business, anti will practice in Uto
Courts ol' the Fourth Circuit.
KNOX MVIMIKTOX. EDWARD MelVEII,
LIVINGSTON 4 MCIVER,
ATT011NBY8 -A T - LAW,
CHEBAW 3. G.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SSWNSTTSVX&XiS, tt. O.
KFI?K on Darlington street, West ol'
the Court House,
march ll, 18S5.
townsend & McLaiu'in*
-^Attorneys at Law^
BENNETTSYILLE, S. C.
Om?Ej?VEK J F EVKUEIT'S STOKE.
yOWHSBHD I MA?R1H a POLLOCK
CHKKAW, S. C.
"VTOTK.'K ls hereby Riven that appllca
1\ tion will be nuulo to tho Legislature
ol'South Carolina, at its next, session (In
November 1H87) for a Charter for a Hall
road from Hennettsvllie by the most feasi
ble route to tlio Palmetto Railroad, at thu
Station ut or near Hov. N. Ii. Sweit's In
February 14, 1887.
BOUT two weeks ago an elegant
^ dark colored Folding CH1NKSE
FAN, with small Chinese figures on it.
Any one delivering same at thc LADIES
HA/A A R will be liberally rewarded. No
questions asked. (J. H. JORDAN.
July nth, 1887.
ON THfc LOSS OF
\ Lecture on tho KA! ti le, TrcMinonI and
halhid olirq ?if t?o?iihfill \V:iV.lu< H, or Kutmia
t ir lnct, Uiiluetd iv ;.M I^.\hu se, Involuntary
Lu i<NH).is, I III } t . > < . i.. . . s.'.viii'f l>?v,Uv.y, ?rid
Impldlm i\\it to Mm ii <i;o ucmvAHy; ?.>...,.f,
(lull. Kjittojify nuil THr. M?1i(aiJRhil rii.vaic.id
iiu-??.itv. Ac..- )yj I'.KICCI . C'rtlvi?rW?ll. M?
The world renowned author, in thia admi
rable Lenturc, clcnrly nroVcs from lils own ox .
perionca thnt the awful consequences of Solf
Ahuso inny bo effectually removed wltbeut
dangerous surgical operations, b)*?ict, ID*
struuicnts, ringa or cordiale; pointing nu. ?
mode of euro nt oneo certain om) effectual, by
wbioh every sufferer, no matter, what bil con
dition may be, may cure himself cheaply, pri
vately and radically.
S&rThis lecture will prove a boon to
thousands and thousands.
Sent under acal, tn a plain envelope, to ?ny
address post-paid, on receipt of four cent?, or
two poduge ?lumps. Address,
Thc Chilvevwell SIcrtical Co.
41 A?m St, Now York. Post Ornoo Hox 460
HAYNSWOllTH & CO.
Druggists and Pharmacists,
(Formerly 8. W. MONROE
-- DKAI.KUB IN -
P U E E Bf BRUJOS,
Toilet and Fancy Articles,
Brushes, P in t s nd Oils,
??>"" A full lino of tho abovo article*
always on hand.
tfUf'Vrescrtptionit Carefully Com'
pounded Day and Night,
May 19th, 1886.
LUMBER! LUMBER !!
FROM ROUND PINE
.SQ) ARTI KS IN WANT OF FIRST
olnss Lumber from Round Pine, ami
delivered to oidor, tap secure tho Hame
hy scnuMng their prdprs to tho Steam Mill
2] milos liant of Rciwotlsville, on jtcnuty
Spot Rend, und near (J. ft & Y. V. R. R.
Prices always rotitjODublo, mid thone in
wu ut should seo pie holme buying else
Il fl WILLIAMSON.
Ronnoti>yil)i>; Oct 13, 1880-11