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?Nli?TSVlLIiK SO. CA.
iiosday, May " 9,~* 1888."
THE COUNTY CONVENTION.
II.50 PER VEAU IN! ADVANCE
iii Vont Qfjlce Buildltif/.
Jrgan for tho Town and County,
'ESTAOVEnilSIHC MEDIUM IH THE COUHTY. t
Bona-Fido Ciroulntion of ouy
lubliahod in Marlboro County.
Qlbaon 1B our authorized
Station, N. 0.
GOODS of nil kinds
?cod of HAY
TON SEED MEAL
EAT at IIODtiES.
li's, n nico lino of
(mg CnlicoH, Straw
UU OU1U lui) IUII|
.o gray bair-ou
fow caro to try
Kr Vigor rentoion
^color. Sold by
Iltcd to OHSClU"
n., to witness
Jnd return lu
to ask tho
Puisuaut to a published call by County
Chairman, 0. S. McCall, a coiwouti?n was
hold in tho Court Houso on Monday, to
cloot six delegates to tho Stato Convention
at Columbia on tho 17th of May,
Hon. C. S. McCall was elected Chair?,
niau, and ll. P. Johnson" Suorotary.
The following are thc delegates elect
ed bom the Clubs:
J B Stubbs, J A Molunls, James T
Odom, J It Liles, B D Mooro, E II Staf
ford, J A Stubbs, J A Usher, Lowis Odom,
Y, W. Odom.
Lovi Ivoy, John Barreutino, J T Cov
ington, W J Covington, Col. John Coving
ton, 1) P McQuaig, Wellington McCall, J
P MoKinnon, J A Moltao, D A B?rry,
Jonathan Woodley, Hov. L. M. Hamer, ll
B Hamer, T C Moore.
J B Creon. W P Lester. I Wr Williams.
W B AdaniB,' P A Miller, J F Brocdcn,
W K Bethen, W A Moore, N B Bethen, W
1) Mooro, A M Flcthor, Wm Norton, S
W P Kinney, W T Rogors, R II Hodges,
John C?rabo, C N Rogers, N B Rogers, J
E Rogers, R W Hayes, J P Hodges, J M
Hayes, A B Bryant, Elmoro AUCD.
C S McCall, W ? Evans, T S Evans, C
il Weathorly, J F Everett, Knox Livings
ton, John L McLnurin, B A Rogors, W E
Tilomas, H ?' johnson, T 1) McCall, A J
T N Edens, II B Freeman, Ed. Medlin,
E Starnberger, Jas S Loggotto, Ur P D
Hamor, J A Calhoun, J A Woodley, John
C Dunbar, A J HucstcBS.
J J Graham, A J H Lune, JJ McLaurin,
Eli Willis, Joseph Parker, Furman Willis,
Alexander McRac, MoD Morrison, Wesley
R M Pogues, John B Irby, Alox Chavis,
E W Pointer, Eliab ChaviB, Eli Clmvif,
Alox Brigman, N L Swott, S G W Sbipp.
nun m LL,
J N Drako, J A Drako, Jno. Roy u olds,
W T Roynoldd, P M John, Lawrence Al
ford, Tlios Jackson, Chas. Crosland, 1* A
Bounds, D S John, E W Weathorly, J C
On motion tho nominations for dclogates
carno from the floor, and tho following
named gentlemen wero plncod in nomina
tion : C. S. McCull,, W. D. Evaus, J. N.
Drake, Knox Lovingston, J. B. Green, C,
N. Rogors, J. F. MoLaurin, T. I. Rogors,
N. L. Swott. II. K. Covington.
I Mcfsrsj, Chariot- Crosland MK' ,(. V.
I Everett wura appointed twUov<.
j Th>? regular . r.let was herc suspended
for thc purpose ol allowing lion. vY. I'.
I F.vans tu introduce n .Hil Ul ?uh injinu 1
lng thc delegation to vote against thc*
nomination of State officers in the ap
^roaching State Convention. The mo
ion was carried unanimously. A 1110
1 to instruct the delegation to advo
: the primary plan ol nominations
State officers was defeated upon a
?sion of the House. A similar reso?
pn in regard to nomination of Con
lan and Solicitor was, of the same
[ssion withdrawn; the regular order
ling resumed the following gen
were elected delegates to the
(onvention: Hon. C. S. McCall,
\f. D. Evans, Col. Knox Living
l.pt. John B. Gr?cn, C. N. Rogers
pn. I. N. Drake. Alternates,
McLaurin, N. L. Swett and T.
otion the Convention adjourned.
C. S. MCCALL,
'. JOHNFON, Secretary.
BARGAINS IN SHOES.
Common Sense Goat Button Shoo
kilos which wo advertised two wookn
j o all sold except ono pair, si/,04.
offer 24 pair Ladies Kid Button,
, 5, at $1.75 per pair. These aro
-st-olass goods, solid loather bot
i .aro vory cheap at tho price,
at once, thoy go fast at tho
A. J. BRISTOW & Co.
tdation you seo clinging to tho
troo in the summer contains a
expectorant that will loosen
in tho throat. Taylor's
nncdy of Swcot gum and
coughs and oroup.
Church of town has sue
a building wast of
i a Mission Sunday
i.zod for tho purpose
ol ft RH of people who at
I burch nt all. Mr. G.
selected manager for
ymd wo predict for it
Qrndod Bohool Piouio.
The pupils and friends of our Graded
School go to Monheim this Friday to have
a day of pleasure in tim woods. At Mon
heim they will bo joined by tho pupils ot
Mrs. McLeod's Illgl.i School and their
frionds. Th? Principal of our Graded
School Prof. JO. E. britton, promises to
nt uko tlds a day to bo remembered by thc
littlo onos as ho propo.-cs to inaugurate
games of a 1 kind for young and old. The
Early will moot at tho Graded School
building at 1 o'clock Friday morning and
go to tho picnic grounds in a body.
Mr. L, J. BREEDEN is attending Uni
ted States Court in Charleston.
We arc pleased to report that Mrs.
WILLIS TURLINGTON is better, and
thought to be out ot danger.
Col. KNOX LIVINGSTON returned on
Friday last, I rom an extended visit to
relatives in the ' 'Land ot Flowers." He
is looking remarkably well and says bc
spent a most delightful month.
Mr. L? T. Kverett, of Laurinburg, is
on a visit to his brother and sister, Mr.
J. F. Everett and Mrs. J. ]). McLaurin,
of our town. Wc arc pleased to know
that he is able to travel again alter a
long ?pell of sickness.
Solicitor NEWTON and Mrs. W. H.
MCILVEEN returned on Monday last,
from Darlington, where they have been
attending thc meeting ol thc Holiness
Mr. L. E. CASTON spent Sunday last
ICE FOR ALL!
I nm prepared to supply thc citizens of
Boimottaviiio and ?urroundiug country
with Ice nt li cents a pound for loo lbs.
or moro. Tickets for 100 pounds, giving
tho purchaser tho right to buy in any
ipi?ritity not less than 7 lbs., o.m bc liad,
and partios in town muy have thoir orders
delivered every morning at their houses if
they so desire, or they can Bond to tho
Depot for it, any hour of tho day.
May 8, 1888. A. T. YARBORO.
A no thor CUBO of Shooting.
As stated in our last, somo party or
barties wont to the house ol' old man
Essex Dargan on Monday night, 30th
ultimo, and lircd upon him. In the ex
citement a child, a little girl about four
years of age, ran in at thc time and re
ceived thc load intended for tho father,
from tho effects ol' which it died during
tho uight. Coroner David summoned a.
juiy and upon investigation evidence was
obtained that warranted the Coroner in
issuing a warrant for Henry Coxo as the
party who did tho shoo tine. Cox?* has
le fi, and thc witnesses bound over for
court. Tho unfortunate shooting is re
gretted by all la w-abiding ci tissons who
love peace and good order, au every
clfort will be made to bring tho guilty to
justice. . '?; M_
Tho Drought Bndod.
Tito long drought ol' near three weeks
ended on Friday night with a heavy rain
thut was pretty general, though heaviest
in tho Southeastern portion ol' tho coun
ty. In consequence tho growing crops
have received now lifo and are certainly
chowing it Those wno have *.<>?.> wu it
MIC eat) n.tVW fini.-!: Ilioii eoti?b p?:ii
liiii! ycgehtiioif ilv?ry w li? n un,now .booti "
A colored woman oil Mr. . J Krcutl
on s piuco diod suddouly ou i nu rsi my
evening last. A jury ol'i iiquc.it was held,
who decided upon thc testimony ol' Dr,
David, that she died from natural causes.
W. Jj. Stanton presents respects lo Mr.
S. A. Brown, and solicits his presence at
tho closing exercises of thc school at Sin
clair's Cross Roads on Friday tho 18th
inst. PtlOO HAMME,
Tho mot tling exercises will begin at 10
o'clock, and consist of speeches and com
Eoptions by tho pupils, and un address
y T. h Rogers, Esq , of Benucttsville
Tho evening exorcises will begin at 7
o'clock aud consist of dialogues, charades,
Judson, S. C., Muy 5th, 1888.
This remedy is becoming so Well*
known and so popular as to need no
special mention. All who have used
Electric Hitters sing the same song of
praise. A purer medicine does not ex
ist and is guaranteed to do all that is
claimed. Electric Hitters will cure all
diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will
remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum and
other affections caused by impure blood.
Will drive Malaria from the system and
prevent as well as cure all Malarial le
vers. For cure ol Headache, Constipa
tion and Indigestion try Electric Hitters.
Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money
relundcd. Price 50 cts. and $1.00 per
bottle at H ay ns worth & Co's Drug
Mus. ELIZA HINSON departed this lifo
April 23rd, 1888, in hor 67th yoar. Sho
married brinkly O Hinson in i86t, ana
tho happiness of that union could not bo
botter oxprcBScd than to witness the grief
of her aged husband ns lie fut by her li fe
lona body tho catiro night of hor death
Anding 110 comfort in words of sympathy
of kind friendo.
Tho subject, of this sketch waft a chris
tian woman in nil Unit is implied in that
tenn. Sympathy for the allliotod and a
teador oaro for hor aged companion, and
thone of her household wore prominent
features in her olmraoter.
Tho writer offorH this tributo to hor
memory ns a just-, though fceblo recogni
tion of her kindness and lovo mid watchful
caro of him in pis carly life-whilo for
eighteen years ?ho was a mombor of his
IJoauty Spot Church has lost a mombor,
wo boliovo tho heats of "that bottor coun
try" aro incroased thoroby.
April 27th, 18S8. J. P, B.
DR. J. J WOODLEY,
oxixo, e. a.
Surgory and all diseases ol' tho heart,
throat and lungs a specialty.
. May 9, 1888.
Why You Feel
? > weak and ox li unsted is becauso your
hood ls impuro. As well oxpoct tho
s ultary eunditlon of a city to bo aor
ist with dollied wator aud dofoctlvo
sjworago, aa to expect such u compli
oked piceo of mechanism as tho human
fniiio to ho in good ordor with impure
b'ood el nu lut h ig ovon to ito minutest
\jdna. Do you know that ovory drop
o! your two or three gallons ot blood 1
pisses through tho heart and lunga in
niiout two mut u huit minute?, and Unit,
ai Its way, lt makes hono and muscio,
1> uin nml nerve, und nil other solids
und Hu ids of tho body? Tho blood is
tho groat nourisher, or, as tho Dildo
"The Life of the Body."
Ts lt any woudor, thou, that ii tho blood
bo not puro and perfect in its consti
tuent?, you suitor so many ludescrlbablo
Ayor's Sarsaparilla stands " bond and
nhouhlcrs" abovo ovory other Alter
ativo and Hlood Modlnlno, As proof,
xead these reliable testimonios ;
G. C. Brock, of Lowell, M SHS., Bays:
"For tho past 'Mi yours 1 have told
Ayor's Sarsaparilla. In my opinion,
tho host romodinl agencies for tho euro
of nil tho disensos arising from impuri
ties of tho hlood aro eoutaluod in this
Bugono I. Hill, M. D" 381 Sixth Avo.,
Now York, says : " As ft blood-purifier
mid gonoral hulldor-up ot tho System, I
haye never found anything to equal
Ayor';> Sarsaparilla. It gives perfect
Ayor's Sarsaparilla proves equally
ofllcaelous in all forms of Scroftdu,
Bolls, Carbunclos, Eczema, Humors,
Lumbago, Catarrh, &c; and is, there
fore, tho vory host
Spring and Family Medicine
in uso. " lt beats all," says Mr. Cutlor,
of Cutlor Brothers & Co., Boston,41 how
docs soil." Prepared by .
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass,
p.icu $1; tlx bottlcB, $5.' Worth $0 a bottl*.
STILL HT THE FROM
A Full Line of Choice Goods !
T would respectfully announce lo t*i
public that T have in stoek and nm cc j
staidly receiving a choice Uno ot'Faint!
Groceries, consisting in part of
Dried Chip Bcof,
Sliced Smoked Beef,
Imported and American Sardine
Smoked Norwegian Sardines,
... i orr' ? and y M.-nolhi il.\iihi,
|Vi'i;r>,.ii iVifii Slllp;h
Crosse & Blackwell's J?MS-rlmport
John Stephen Sons Vt* Co.'s Impor
PICK I J ICS.
-Extracts of All Kinds
LEMON, ORANGE. VANILLAS
DRIED PIGS, CUR RANI
TA PIO KA,
MACUA RON r,
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDY.
CRACKERS of every descripti
v from 15 to 25c. per ll).
MOLASSES AND SYRUP fr
thc cheapest nt -10c. per gnlloi
to choicest New Orleans, nt7i>c
and Mnplo Syrup at $1.50 per gall
FLOUR, from thc commonest to
TEAS-a choice stock.
COFFEES-Rio and Java.
TOBACCO of every gnuie.
CS?"I have without exception
best selected stock of CIGARS
Bcnncttsville. 12 choice 5c. bin
to select from.
Besides the goods named abov
keep in stock a fine lino of ati
BOYS ami MI&
STAPLE DRY GOODS, NOTK
. My margin of profit is very mo
atc. I have ample facilities foi
business. I BUY FOR CA
DISCOUNT MY BILLS, and
prepared to oiler to my patron? e
.1 cither sell for cash, or to nn
whoso credit is first-class. I (lo
thoreforc, have any bad dohts to
m~l RESPECTFULLY .
FOR AN EXAMINATION OL
Thanking my customers for
goncrous pationago, I hopo l>)
dealing to justify a continuar
! GBO. W. WADI)!
February 13th, 1888.
zGRAN? * OPENING-::
SPBIBG Ai SUMMER GOODS
-AT TI I li ?
BENNETTSVILLE, S. C.
At this largo and enterprising establishment can now bo seen the
largest stock of Ureas Goods, White Goods, Trimmings, Millinery, ?fee.
that has over been offered to the people of Marlboro, and at [trices
that defy competition.
BRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Will be found a beautiful lino of Gros Grain and Sn rah Silks, in tho
latest shades and designs from G5c. to $1.50 er yard; Henrietta
Cloths, Nuns Veilings, Albatroscs, Camels Hair, Bun tings, &c, in ali
the leading, shades from l?c. to $1.20 per yard ; Embroidered Hen
rietta Cloths and Albatroses in Dress Patterns, French and Amroican
Sntines in beautiful designs, from 12? to 50c. per yard ; Shambniye,
Seersuckers and Dress Ginghams in plain and combination from 10c.
to 25c; Plain and Plaid Persian Lawns and Nainsooks from 8J to
50e. per yard ; Figured Lawns, Calicos, Crinkles, Bleaching, <&c.
Embroidered Robes and Flounoings.
We call SPECIAL ATTENTION to these Goods, a large lot of
which can be seen in most handsome designs and at prices niue}'
lower than heretofore.
Wc have in this lino a large lot iii a variety of colon, and designs.
Braided Sets in Silk and Worsted, all the leading shades and colors
in Silk Velvets and Vevctecns, Morie Silks, Li ces, cfec.
Millinery * Department?
Hore you will find AN IMMENSE stock of Ladies and Children's
Bonnets, Hats, Lace Hoods, &c, with Plumes, Tips, Flowers, Rib
bons and other Trimmings.
This department is still in charge of Miss LELAND, of Baltimore,
who hftfi yoara o': ex j evionce, both here u nd in BnUimore, and tv ho
sv.oll ??.'nuitintod With hbo tastes wild Nyul N of our pt opie.
(Sp ... \\ i>\n> % jtM^? tfWH^ !
Hero may bo found tho largest stock of these Goods outside of n
city. It consists ot Oriental, Egyptian, Torchau, Vnleneionnos,
Spanish mid othor Laces ; Hamburg, Swiss and Mull Embroideries, A.c.
A full lino of these Goods in beautiful designs, to which wo wouhi
call special attention, as we can oiler them at prices that will make i
economy to buy them already made.
A largo lot of these Goods for Ladies, Misses and Children's wear,
from 10 to 65c. per pair.
A vory largo stock of Kids, Silks, Lisle Thread, and Mits. We
make special mention of our genuino Lisio Thread at only 25c. per
For Ladies, Misses and Children, best quality, which wo offer at
G HE AT BARGAINS.
PARASOLS, * UMBRELLAS, * FANS, * &o.
Wo invito spocial attention to our Parasols which wo buy direct
from manufacturers, and oiler at unusually low prices.
=C 10 f RISI E l TI S.==
You will hore find many of tho loading makes, such ns Dr. Strong's
Health Corset, Madam Foys, Warner's Tri cor?, Thomson's ? jo ve
Fitting, French Wovon, Balls and others, at from 40c. to $1.05.
NOTEPAPER, COLOGNE, TOILET SOAPS, $e.
A beautiful lino of those Goods at most reasonable prices.
This department is stilt in charge of Miss MARY OROSLAN D,
whoso long and varied experience enables her to givo a porfect lit,
and with tho aid of tho mose fashionable magazines to get up costumes
in tho latest stylos and designs.
SOLICITING YOU? PATRONAGE, WK ARIO,
Yours Most Respectfully,
EASTER UNG & JORDAN,
April 4th, 1888<