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DY S. A. BROWN & Co.
B?SNNETTSVILLE, SO. CA.
Wednesday, July 20, 1H87.
Official Organ for tho Town and Counts.
PRIC?', $?750 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
Ornoo hi ?vovott's Briok Building
- UP STAIRS.
H?HT Mr. HOSWEMJ T. LOGAN ?H tho
authorized agent of tho DEMOCRAT io tho
oity of Clmrloutou.
?pTOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.^
- Melting weather
- Distressing t<? fleshy people
- Melons plentiful and cheap,
- Herries arc still seen in market,
- Grapes will soon be ripe,
- Bring in your "spring" chickens,
- There wore four wagons loaded
with melons on the streets Saturday,
with prices ranging from 5 to 15 cents.
- Tbc Aurora Watch-accurate and
reliable, order oi WARREN PRIOR &
SON, Fayetteville, N. C.
- "Oki George." the famous old black
horse ol Mr. George Crosland, that went
through the late war died last week aged
- Mr. Julius T. Dudley is putting the
Grange Store in order ior reopening his
business at an carly day. His old friends
will be pleased to see him open again.
- Mr.' j. Frank Barringer is getting
ibo Morrison Brick Store ready ior his
fall block. Mr. Barringer deserves suc
cess ami we hope will med with hearty
encouragement this fall.
- Don't forget the picnic ot the sur
vivors ol Company G, Nth S. C. Vols., at
Goodwin's Mill on Thursday,. Prepara
tions have been made for a good time.
- The picnic at Coxe's Spring on
Friday last, was a splendid success
plenty to eat and the best spring water
in the country. A large crowd ot young
lolks troni town went down.
l?y-Fresh arrival at Waddill's, Cali
fornia Hants at 8? cenls. Fresh Lem
ons. New Orleans Molasses. Mackerel
(catch ol 1887). Turnip Seed.
- Bridal Presents, Engagement and
Wedding Rings, order ot WARREN
PRIOR St SON, Fayetteville', N. C.
- The District Conference meets here
next Thursday, and those looking around
for ?UpjiV. .? w'-V< ,. t,?ct lim. .>',' ( < od?,
iii Wandi ll V- fian , t.mt-.r, ?tc-rn cakes
hud oilier g-'.?.''> to help out,
.The cOiii|i)iencei>*iiliii < ?. . 1 ;<:> ol tho
Sou'.h l'-.iio!.!-i Mdii . ", \,.-...dt m;> begin
on diea<|ih, willi scrinon by H? v. Oh?s
Manly. We ri'i?iii Ilia' ':- loran invita
tio!! to attend.
- Thirty-lour years ago to-day the
venerable tathcr ol our popular postmas
ter was struck by lightning and instantly
killed-a loss that is even felt to-day by
many who shared in his sympathies and
- As a raindrop foretells a storm, so
does a pimple upon the human body In
dicate health-destroying virus in the
blood, which can bc neutralized and ex
pelled only by Dr. H ar (er's Iron Tonic.
- Mr. Alex. Huckabee, the tonsorial
artist, has sold out his shop to Mr. H.
W. Carroll, who has secured thc ser?
vices ot a good artist well versed, polite
and quick on shave, and will continue
the business in first-class style.
- Mr, W. A. Moore, ior good reasons,
has closed the Marlboro Hotel. It is
rumored that Mr. Chas. F. Covington
may rent it and reopen it, Mr, Coving
ton, like all of his name, knows how to
supply tlie table, and will make a good
successor. The Dr. will continue to
serve all who want a tooth drawn or
one put in.
- The report that Mr. Ebby Fletcher,
ol Beauty Spot section, had been shot by
an assassin, on Thursday afternoon last,
turns out, we are glad to say, a story
without foundation. Mr. Fletcher was
in town on Friday morning looking well
as ever, and was astonished at the effort
of sonic fertile brain to get up a sensation,
Lambeth's Turnip Seed.
A fresh supply, for fall sowing just re?
coi vi il and for salo in any quantity nt J.
T. DOUOI.AB' Drug Store.
July 13th, 1887.
Improved Stock for Sale.
Five choice Pigs ol Poland China and
Jersey Dreed can be had cheap by ap
plying at once to J. T. CARSON,
At the Post office.
Thc Darlington Floral Fair.
The annual Fruit and Floral Fair of
thc Darlington Agricultural and Meehan
ical Fair Company will bc held on the
28th, Thursday of next week, Reduced
rates are promised on the railroad, and
the Military Companies and Base Ball
Clubs will contribute to the interest of
Oetting Ready for Business.
Dr. F. A. Waddell, thc Cashier of the
new hank at Cheraw, spent two days in
our town last week lor the purpose of
making himself familiar with the man?
agement of our bank. Mr. J. ll. Dames
thc efficient and popular Cashier ol die
Bank of Marlboro, courteously rendered
him every assistance in the way of learn
ing his system for the successful conduct
ot the business ot thc Bank at Cheraw.
Tho noxt moo. big of tho Marlboro Union
will bo hold with tho ohuroh ?t BrownavUlQ
-hoginniog on Friday bo foro tho fifth
Sunday In July. Rev. J. A. W. Thomas
will prcaoh tho Introductory aormon and
Hov. II. N. Pratt tho Missionary sormon.
Hy appointiuout of tho Providing Eldor,
Friday noxt hus boca not apart aa a day
of upcoial prayor and fasting for tho out
pouring of-Cori's Spirit upon tho meeting
of 'tho District Conference. A spoeiol
prayor meeting will bo hold ut tho Moth
?dist Church on Friday morning at 9
o'clock, and again at 6 o'clock in tho even
ing. Tho pabilo aro cordially invited to
Tho protracted mooting at Minorat
Spring baptist Church ia still in progress,
with hope of doing groat good.
Hov. J. 0. Stell closed his needing at
S my mu on Friday, and moved h ia forcea
ovor to Btthol, whore a mooting ia now lu
Rov. O. M. lloyd opened bia protracted
mooting on Sunday, at Ho th Ioho m. Wo
publish olsewhero hin appointments for tho
Judgo J. H. Hudson him finished up hi?
work and oome homo for a short rent.
Rev. II. M. Jackson aud A. J. Gottiug
hnm, of Maxton, woro in town on Friday.
W? aro glad to report that Mrs. Allon
ttdonn, of Clio, who baa been vory ill, ?B
Mesura. Solon und Jeff D. Humor, of
Saltera, Williamsburg County, aro visiting
rein ti von and friends ia Marlboro.
Mr. Alex. Huckaboo, our tonsorial artist,
left for Ibiffalo Lithirs Sprites iu Virginia,
Mr. P. P. Meekiuu, now of Forcston,
Claioudon County, is ou a vioit to his Old
homo. Wo aro glad to noto his oxee dont
Mr. J. L, MoLaurin, now routing at
Jackson Bprlugs, mado u Hying visit homo
on Friday. Ho ia taking on ilesh up there.
Wo uro glad to report that Mr. J. L.
Breedon, who baa been ?piito i-ick, is con?
Mr. Alex, llarrall, now of Fayottovillo,
ia spending a fow days muong relatives
and friends in Bcnnottsvillo.
Myrtle Meyer is expected to return to
Miss Td oil ie Crosland, who hhs been
spending son?t time v.*iii- In ; liston Mr...
\\ !'. Mrekii?'?, fi i Ko ruston. ; d.titted
i (mme :5aty><5 iy
Mr. J, ).' iivere.U i;? home bom tin;
Died on Tuesday evening (July 19th)
alter a long and distressing illness, Mr.
Sidney A. Marshal-the last one of a
family ot four, three of whom died July
1886. Ile was taken sick at that time
and.has never recovered. He will be
buried at Pinewood Cemetery t?-day.
Died on Saturday last, after a pro?,
tracted illness, MRS. MARGARET ODOM,
wile of Thomas Q. Odom-aged about
45 years. Yes, a mother in Israel has
fallen ! In her death Ebenezer Church,
Clio Circuit, loses one of it's most iaith
lui working members, the community a
good neighbor, a kind hearted christian
woman that delighted in doing good.
She was laid to rest at Pee Dee Church,
on Sunday morning. Bev. W. K.
Breeden conducting the funeral sermon.
Died on last Saturday afternoon, in
Brightsville, after a long illness, in her
80th year, Mus. ELIZABETH LILES, con
sort of the late Holden Liles, and the
sainted mother of Messrs. Joseph R.,
James S. and Benjamin R. Liles. The
funeral services were held at Bruton's
Fork Baptist Church on Sunday alter*
noon, and were conducted by thc pastor,
Rev. J. A. W. Thomas, assisted by Rov.
lt N. Pratt.
Died at tho reaidonno of Inn mother,
Mrs. Bottlo D. McLeod, iu Red Hill
Township, after a short ?linens of fever,
JAMBS N, ALFORD-aged about 18 years.
.Timinie had but recently returned from
Behool at tho Stato University, and though
niling at tho time it wau not thought to be
eoriouu; but he gradually grow worse, nod
yesterday at 10 o'olook, when his swcot,
manly spirit winged itu flight to its
heavenly homo. Jimmie waa a noble young
man, with many traits of oharacter that
endeared him to all who knew bim. Ho
will bo buried at tho family burying
As wc go to press we learn that Mr.
Townsend, a tenant ol Mrs. A. Crosland
and who lost a child on Friday last, will
bury the mother and faithful wile to-day.
Wc learn that the iamily came from the
county ol Robeson, N. C.
Died at Clio, on Saturday night last,
after a short illness, MRS. MARY ANN
SALMONDS, wife ol Mr. T. O. Salmonds.
She was buried at Hebron on Sunday.
The many friends ol Mr. John G.
Hubbard sympathize with his family in
the loss ol a dear little child on Sunday
- Thc trains now run through to the
Town of Germanton-see schedule.
- The game ol baseball that was to
have been played on Friday next, be
tween the Blenheim and Bennettsvdlc
clubs, has been postponed to August 5,
on account ol sickness and deaths.
Thc Hoy kin Academy,
Wo aro pleased to loam tbut our fri?n. I,
J. Preston G'.bson, lins boon sclcotcd tb
presido nt this old institution tho ne
yonr. He iu thoroughly .qualified as im
iubtruotor of tho young arid wo spook foi
him a big HUCOOBS.
Thc District Conference.
The minimi mooting of tho Marion Di
trtot Conforonco will ho held in thia tovn
next wook. Servloen may ho oxpocted -MI
W?dnoBrlay night, (hufcionco nsaomb)'
on Thutsday morning.
A Fine Crop of Apples.
Mr. J. ll, Oneal, ot brownsville, soi. i
15 bushels large fine large 'horse' apples
in town yesterday as fast as he cou!il
measure them out, at 50 cents a busln I
He says he may bring up another lo? id
soon as he has plenty ot them. He is thc
only man we have heard of who has bei n
so fortunate this season.
??rWK ARE RECEIVING some ol
New Stock ol Shoes. Call anti see om
MUTTON CONGRESS, tor Men am!
FIFTEEN BUTTON. KID or GOA'
A. J. BRISTOW & CO.
July 20, 1887.
Sitd News From Home.
On Monday ovoulng, Mr. H. W. Carr .
received a tologram from hip mothor ? ?.
Magnolia, N. C., giving tho sad nows 61
tho death of lila fathor. Capt. James j
Carroll, on Saturday, utter a protract t
illness. Tho telegram was dated Satin
day and roached Bonnottsvillo nt 6 o'olc. ?
Monday ovoning-protty fast traveling J1 J
telegrams in this election.
Storm in Red Hill.
Adv ?con from Lower Hod Hill state tl -
a terrific- storm of wind, rain and ht
passed over that part of Red Hill Tov
ship adjacent to tho River, on Monday
tor noon about 4 o'clock. Sovcral hom .
wore unroofed, trees, fences and cc 1
blown down, and the bail largo enough ?
break panos of glass. In tho river swat,
tho dumago to timber ivas fourful,
Tho storm was also severo at Dyer's Hil!
with about one-inch of rain which exton
cd cast to Mr. McCall's plnutatiou.
The Blessed Rain.
The greatly needed and anxiously c
peeled rain came to our relief yesterda
With everything in a parched conditio
and even the dwellings and stores in
coil ?it i 011 to m fl kc them uncomiortabl
to ?tay iii, one can imagine she anxiety
with Nvhich the cioAJtH wurr watch?tj :i?
'hoy l)v?ga,n lo collect and roil \\> foi tnt
6uli?oiirih^ noon Hfmie.iiiViUe. Al J.
o'clock ii j.?ct?ari !?. spriiik.le ?inti ih'oufth
1 gentle 1 Ain, yet c.nug1, loll to cool ''
atmosphere, lay the dust, and give nevi
life and vigor to man and beast. Tin
promise seems good for more tooday
j Drowned While in Bathing.
On Thursday afternoon last Mr. He
B. Kasterling, who has been in chf.rg?
of Col. C. S. McCall's large Flour . >
I Grist mill tor the past S or 10 years, ? /ai
drowned under the following circiim
stances : He was bathing willi severn I
others in the pond in front of the mill ant)
after being in the water some time W:J >
taken with congestion ot the lungs and
so prostrated by it that he sank down on
his knees, and though in water less tu m
3 feet deep, and near thc shore drown.:.i
bet?re the others discjvered his condi
tion. Prompt assistance was render<id
but to no effect, lite was extinct. He wa.r
a good swimmer but owing to his weak
lungs had kept clear of the water until
that day. He leaves a wife and 5 small
children, with a large circle ot relativ. :,
and friends to mou,T his sad and un
timely end. He was buried on Fri.i;;\
evening at the family b?rying ground ?it
Beauty Spot Cemetery. He was about .
years ot age; a member of Shiloh 0 hi rc li
and an earnest worker in the H. Sch io),
where he will be missed.
J?"* Fresh Oat Flakes at WADDI!
Monoy put in a lifo policy is a goor
vostmout if you livo to tho end of it? t
Mr. Evorctt has accepted nn ogonooj (or
the salo of tho colobratod Van Winkle '
Boss Press, and cnn supply shafting.
Simon Strauss offers for sale, chea|. foi
cash, four choice Tennessee mules, and
I6JT FrcHh Can PcaohoB at WADDI).i 's;
*?- Try the Broadaxe Cigar at
&&* For cash you can buy at CIOBO iimr*
gins ut WADDHJL'S.
Bargains in Parasols at the LAIM
Bavo yon heard tho latest? Well UH
IntoBt pioco of ronlly good nows is (liai
Mr. Simon S tran BS has reduced tho price
of his $11 dollar Spring Suits to $9 Clot 1
lars. Pleasant, isn't it?
... Call at Douglas' Drug Storo and u
his ?took of oyogloBBOB.
t@T Fresh Corn at WADDILL'B.
Parasols. Parasols cheap at the I A
IfcyPorsonn who load a lifo of oxposu.*
nio subject to rheumatism, neuralgia Sud
lumbago, and will find a valuable rome ; ly
in Dr J ll MoLonn's Volcanio Oil Lim
J mont; it will banish pain and subdue in.
. ''ii 1 E FOURTH SESSION ol
/f ?- th? 5?9??i Of August. During v
"Vi t;.-v' : \\ ill bo completed, making this
jaf ro ininty-cxcopt at Bonnottsvi
* Pf* \ ".ng mon ami young ladies pr
. -I.' uping M ill ho organized at tho oi>oni
boii'd'd. of Sluduilts. Special advantages ol
? : 'i<) i:. Another elegant Piano jua
tis? i 'ivs, Boarding Students undei
\\:,w,'. house and Academy.
V E H A G K TUITION, Por moi
?> 0 iV R D ,
11 From Monday to Fi
ird dun bo obtained with Print
Kor (! tl ilogue address
s. H. ;
.Toll i\ 1?-.H7.
RALEIGH* N. C.
Tli Full Session commoncos on
ist Wednesday in Sopteiu
W i rJth day), and ends tho first
. mosday in .Tune, 1888.
l\ ? <?. : tmont ol'instruction filled J
i ? < ed and accomplished teachers |
. ;.e largest and most thorough- |
inipped iii tho State. Heated by
ste i and Study Hall liglitcd by elec*
Sp? id rat('^ for for two or moro fruin
. . ro ilnr> ami ontaloguc. address
: . ii. nun WELL & SON,
Haleigh, N. (J.
J idy ii, )&>?. 2
I ?MaBWMMMWMa nina
V.sl) FOR THE
nf Cash Buyers
? vVH.L SKILL
?', ni H io Uoifeo lbs for $
j Good 4' "
. u i 15 " 1.00
' ; >ugar 18J" 1.00
' : rits 30 " 1.00
M'ri' i Hi" 1.00
Stni 16 " 1.00
iL? lOo LIUV )b,
X'iMeut Roll'? Flour .*?.2? por bbl
.Vi:: - Oftiidii s !0 otfi )b,
' *" lida K5 Clo lb,
Ol ip.ods, such aH Dry Goods,
ii lb i ion Iii Iware, Tinware, Crock
varo, equally low.
. /> > IIICES JIOIJD GOO J)
\ O'i LESS THAN QUAN
! VJ TY .. AMED A NI) E O H
? S*/'O'/' i?l/.
CALI: AND EXAMINE
G. W WADDI LL.
March ... . I87.
SEI ?SUGi? COATS ?ND VESTS
j in) Low Quartered Shoes!
.t woatlier is now upon
j u io ,v< have a large stock of]
those .?:.?> ;la on hand which must
; . -ut in tho next SIXTY
! > A \ : . vVc have marked prices
ci o y : 'hard pan," and invito
.... < .?oand buy while the stock
full i l you can get your size,
at I i vest prices over offered
io Dm market THESE GOODS
Ali: ? ' GO,
A, J. BRISTOW Sc 00.
Jut, i is 1887-2ru.
k ?l?iAli IIOTII *
i oj encd for tho reception of
! f \i . Satisfaction guaranteed.1
Th ai il n ; ibo public for psst patron
1 ' s'lectfully Bolicit their cou?
inned livor?, Write me for terms,
i which will l'?0 made satisfactory.
lt. T. COVINGTON, Pliol?,
' Ked S i rings, N/ C., June 1st, '87.
M ni :3OBO' HOTEL.
W f ? MOORE, Proprlotor. ,r
< ' . V : y IR NT?/Y Loo ATF.P.
jt?? "Trail si ont or ..Private Hoard an
r?iijion.'ihli) i rms. DRUMMERS oan
idwtty.i itel hr? akfastot this House.
Fobrtmi j i h 1887.
Baw yon 'bo right to jeopardize tho
j \stilfai ; ol' yo ir lovod onoB by putting thin
mallei lit'' Voit onn got a polioy tooday
' Miitn i than over before. Lifo
?uni litmllh an' both uncertain.
o County, S. C,
f tilts School will begin on MONDAY
ucatlon two moro largo Recitation Room?
tho most commodious Academy lu Marlbo
epared for Collego or Pushiess. A Claas In
ng of term. A Circulating Library for tho
lbrcd in tho dopartpiont ot Music. Vocal
t purchased- making two Instruments for
. special oversight of Principal, both at
Ith, - - $2 00
----- 8 00
iday, - 5 00
?ipal if preferred.
MOCOLL. S. O.
TWO FINE HORSES.
ONE TWO-HOUSE WAGON.
ONE ONE-HORSE WAGON.
ONE SET WAGON HARNESS.
ONE BUGGY AND HARNESS.
All on easy terms. Apply to
JOHN S. MOORE.
May ll th, 1887.
PROTECT YOUR EYES.
PAT? JUlY li! 187?.
Mr. II. HIUSCHBEHQ, tho well known
Optician of 107 N. Fourth slr, undor Planters
llouso, Ht. I.tm is, hus appointed J. T. Douglas,
of iicnncttsvillo, South Carolina, ns Agent for
hts celobratod Diamond Spectnclos and Eyo
glasscs, and also for his Diamond Non-chango
ablo Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Thoso glasses
aro tho greatest invention ovor madoAn Specta
cles. Dy a propor construction of tho Lens u.
person purchasing a pair of theso Non-ohango
ahle O lasses never has to ohnngo ttiose glasses
from tho eyes, and ovory pair purohnsod aro
funrantecd, so that if thoy over loavo tho oyes
no matter how rusted or scratched tho Lenses
aro) thoy will furnish the party with a now pair
of Olnsses free of charge. Mr* DOUGLAS has a
full assortmont, and invites all who wish to
satisfy thcinscl ves of tho great superiority of |
. hose Glasses over any and all others now in
uso. lo call and examino tito samo at
?? T. BOtTG-LAS1
Dn?ggi?t & Optician.
Il EN N li TTS \ ll, ?;l?, S, ti.
Aiiiil 2(1, lS. i .
Por Sale or Rent
AV INO purohascd thc mill property
lately owned by W. D. R?wo, I
now offer it for salo as a whole, or in
parools to suit purohusors; or will rent
the wholo to a responsible party.
On tho promises are
1 2/isHORSE STEAM ENGINE with
1 40-HORSE RETURN TUBULAR
BOILER 24 in.
1 FRANK & CO., PLAINING MA
1 GO-SAW VAN WINKLE GIN,
FEEDER and CONDENSER.
I 50-SAW MAGNOLIA GIN.
1 BOSS PRESS.
1 30 INCH GRIST MILL.
1 WOOD TURNING LATHE 6 feet x
J. M? JACKSON, Trustee or
J. F. Everett. C. S. McCall.
J uno 29, 1887.
THE MN ililli
Feeder and Condenser,
THE VAN WINKLE PRESS I
THE BOSS PRESS !
THE DEERING MOWER, ond
ALL KINDS OF SHAFTING.
AVING accepted tho agency for this
section of tho State for tho salo of !
thc nbovo FIRST-CLASS Machinery
and Agricultural Implements, I respect
fully ask you to call and get prices and
terms before buying.
J. P. BVBBBTT.
Bennottsvillo, S. C., Juno 10, 1887.
MOTICE is hereby given that in ac
cordance with thc Commission is
sued by the Secretary ol State and of a
vote ol thc Incorporators, books ol Sub
scription to the capital stock of the
Marlboro Manufacturing Company will
be opened in Rennettsville, S. C., Char
leston, S. C., Wilmington, N. 0-, and
Baltimore, Md., on the 6th day of June
next, and remain open until the full
amount of the capital stock is subscribed,
By order of Board of Incorporation.
\ E. DUDLEY, J. F. EVERETT,
May 2$th, 1887.
...Tho " Jamos Moans $3 Shoo," gives
moro satis faotion for tho monoy than any
othor on tho market. For salo by J. F.
500 bbls. Flour l\mh
If?TSiok headache in tho ba?o of many
lives; this annoying complaint may bo
outed ana provontod by tho occasional use
of Dr J ll McLean's Littlo Liver and Kid.
ney PUlots. They aro pleasant to tako,
no largor than a plu-hcad, and aro tho
ladies' favorito for billousnosa, bad tasto in
tho mouth, jauudico, for lucorrhoa and
nah du I Mormtruation. 250 a vial
BANK OP MARLBORO,
BENNETTSVILLE, S. C.
Quarterly Statomont ending Juno SOU),
1887, published in conformity, with Act of
Loans and Discounts
Duo from National Danks
Furniture and llxtUrcs,
Capital stock paid in
Duo other Banks,
STATK OF SOUTH CAUOMNA,
PERSONALLY come before vie J.
H. BARNES, Cashier of above men
tioned Bank, and makes oath that the
foregoing statement is true and correct
to the best of his knowledge and be
lief J. //. BARNES, Cashier.
Sworn to before mo this lat day of
T. \V. BOUCHIER, Notary Public.
C. S. MCCALL, )
J. F. EVERETT, V Directors
D. D. MCCOLL. j
FEMALE - COLLEGE,
cmxraNSBORo, w. o.
THK SIXTY-FIFTH SESSION
gof this woll equipped and proa
'porous School will begin on tho
24th of August, 1887.
Faculty ablo, accomplished, aud faith*
tul, instruction thorough, location health
ful, fare good Special advantages offered
in the departments of Music, Art, Elo*
cnlicn, and Modern Languages.
Charges moderate. For catalogue send
to T. M. JONES,
June 22, 1887. President.
Beautiful Spring Goods.
MARVELS OF POPULARITY
AND FAIR FIGURIOS:
Ike Highest Vrtccs Up.
The. Lowest Prices Down*
Do not Forget to Visit
At his Old Stand and at thc Comer of
Marion and Darlington Sts.
May 3, 1887.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR.
Oho Estate of James B. Willis.
LL persons having claims against
Janies IL Willis, uocoasod, aro
hereby notified to present them at onco,
duly attested ; and al) persons anywise
indebted aro requested to arrange tho same
at an emly dato.
ELI WILLIS, Adiar.
Juno I, 1387.
TUE ELDREDGE "B" SSWIHQ MACHINE,
THIS above Sewing mnohino has tho rep
utation of hoing tho best in tho mat"
kot. I havo sold many different kiudH aud
am always on tho lookout to glvo my ous
toi 11 nm tho benefit of my information. I
will guarantee and warrant tho Eldrodgo
"B" Machino to glvo you entire satisfaction
if not you can got your money baok.
Sold for nearly half tho prloo of othor
machines. Como and look at it.
Bonnottwlllo, 8. 0" May 25, 1887.
One Car Load best Lime
For Plastering and Briok work for salo by
J. F. EVERETT.