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A. Kin?o'v nihn nailed over
.-jTivo unto h?/ ~:,"z^r TT . ''
rFo/^fl,^i<l of thicken.
.??t paragraph in thc last issue of
.?.^/DKMOCRAT in regard to thc preach
/who had closed his special meetings,
/d who had become so disgusted wi h
/lucken that he was unwilling to see
/one's track, iriay lead some ol your
readers into thc difficulty of mistaken
identity, so that they may feel some
hesitancy in setting chicken before those
pi cachets who still appreciate the feath.
oreti tribe, and whose digestive organs
are unimpared; I am disposed to say
that \vh lc I am not remarkably fond of
Chicken,especially if it is not thoroughly
cooked, that ! HIP. not willing to be re
ga fd cd as thc man who can no longer
appreciate a good dish ot chicken. What
was thc real ilifllculty in tho'case? Was
it that thc chicken was really indigesti
ble ? or did the good man cat loo much ?
W. H. KIRTON,
Ihat ''Magnificent Poar Treo."
Mn. EDITOR :
]n your iksuo of lost wt ok you
speak of mv Chinese pear treo in
terms which sioin extravagant, hut
iv.hioli in fact fall sho t of tho truth.
Alter having reserved of the fruit all
(hat was wanted for homo use, and
given away moro than fifty pecks, the
sales nmounted to moro than twenty
^ two dollars. Tho estimated weight of
Hire mop borne by the troo this year
? cight?cn hundred pounds, equal to
th roo lurgX balee of colton.
The history of this tree may inter
eft srnne of your render.'*, In 1854,
the United States sent an expedition
to Japan to open up commercial re
lations with that country. Attached
to this expedition was a young Licit:
' tenant from New Jersey. This ofli
c<rdiod while in thc East, and his
sailor's che<t was sent home, At tho
bottom of tho chest in a box of sand
Homo soi'oj wore found. Theso seed
were-planted, andjthi* variety of trees
was the result. Mr. P. G. Berk mu n?
of Augusta, Gi., procured a number
of tho ti oe;? in New .Tcr?ey, and gu ve
some of them to Wm. Summer, of
Pomaria, and Mr. Summer sent mc
on?. This is the origin of fho tree,
and tho explanation of the name.
Tho Chinese sand pear is the parent
of thoyfjc Conto and Kioflyr pears,
. -\tfhich are hybrids resulting from
crossing with other varieties.
Vt ry rt-spectfuly,
J. T. Jj?NNiyos
Scptembor 25, 1889.
DOTS FROM UPPER HEBRON,
Mit. EDITOR :
As my last dots did not find their
way into tho waste basket, I thought
T.;would ?ivo you a fovy- moro .from
this part of tho county.
. Our peoplo in this peel ion aro ns
busy aa "u boo in a tar buoket" gnth
orlng tho fleecy staple, and selling it
ns fast ns they got it out.
Wo sympathize with Mr. J. J.
Wo had the pleasure of listening to
ft mort excellent sormon nt Hebron
church on Sunday, September 22, de
livered by tho Bov. Mr. John Wiso,
Jr. Ho chose as his subject "Tho
Blood of Chrst;" his text was taken
from tho Hook of Exodus, the 12th
eba nt or, 13th vorse.
Wo bad tho pleasure of going to
Tatum Station on Friday night, Sen?
te in ber 20, to hear Prof. Crowe. I,
from Trinity College, N. C., dolivor
uti address to tho young people of
Tatum; but, owing lo misconnoction
nf tr.iins, thc Professor waa left at
Sanford, N. C. Nevertheless wo had
tho pleasure of listening to a most ex
cellent speech hy tho Rev. It. E.
Stneahouso, whom n-no know but to
Jove. His subject was "Candidates."
Thc writer, while removing a pilo
of rnbbish on Monday, Scptembor 23,
captured and killed two rnttle-stiako
pilots, ono twenty-six inches long and
tho other thirty. We como nour
getting bit, but glad we escaped.
Mr. Ti IT.Lowis and J. N. McCall
aro busy delivering Hjbles and other
books in this section at prosont.
Ali'? W. II, Manning has erected
a large steam saw mill, gin house and
fixtures, and is doing a first class buo
HIICS*. Success to Mr. Manning.
So pt. 23,1889, W. X. F.
Aro broken down from overwork or household
TroM iJiown'rt Iron Ditton)
rebuilds the system, uidn i1l|;e<-tion, removes 0X>
toss ol' bile, and enrej malm in. liol thu genuino.
Ducklen's Arnica Salve.
Tho boat Salvo tn tho world for cuts,
bruises, nore?, ulcers, ?alt rhoum, fover
norna, totter, olmppod bands,'chilblains and
coron mik all akin oruptionn, and positively
euros pilos, or no pny required. It is gunr.
untood to givo perfect, satisfaction, or mon
ey refunded, Prloo 25 ooutspor box, For
palo by Ilnj raworth & (Jo.
.. Tho Ponding Room of tho Y. M. 0. A.
next door south of tho Adama IIouso, la
always open to victors mid others desiring
to ??pond timo profitably and pleasantly.
Tho key ls at tho Adams Houso at your
...in. m.?.., mn .i II , i i m -nmlMii i .MM I
I respectfully inform mv friends and
the publio gonernlly that I Imvo rofuniud
the prnclieo of medicine. 1 make a
specialty of Obsfo'rtcs mid Sn w>ry.
W. J. DAVID, M. D.
8ipi. 2, 1889.
"Riin: H?re !
See What HR Immense Stock of
?CHEAP FALL GOODST
J. L WEATHERLY
HAS IN STORE.
Ho cnn suit tho tn.slc of the
Ami supply the wants of
The Cotton Pickers.
Come and Soe Him and get
His ROOK I?OTTOM Pincus be
foro purchasing elsewhere.
g^You will (ind at his storegg
Alliance Cotlon Bagging,
' Sheets for Picking made
of Cotton, i
fv@.In faot Anythings
From a Cambric Needle to a
He makes a specialty of Ladies
Dress Gooda, Ready made
Clothing, Harness and
Aug 30, ?8S9.
Constitution and By-Laws
J. 15. KUI ods, li's Music House,
Lately Removed to the Marco Building,
To Take Effect Jan. 15th, 1889.
Art. ist, Sec.V'lst. Resolved, that in
nsmu'cw'As my- iormr.r c.?V.cc oiv Ev?n?
Street failed to accommodate the im
mense volume' of ( business constantly
beinp thrust upon ine, therefore I will
remove to the commodious Marco Build
lng on Dargan street, where I can dis?
play my goods to the thousands who go
to see me, anti have ample room lor re
pairs, storage, &c.
Sec. 2d. I will secure a first-class
Tuner and Repairer, Mr. Joseph Leisch,
who will do first-class work for all who
may desire at reasonable rates.
Sec. 3rd. Re it emphatically resolved,
I will not allow any competitor to tm*
dersell or grant easier terms than 1
myself will give.
Sec. 4. Should other dealers seek
competition. 1 will "see them" and "go
them one better."
Sec. 5 I will continue to sell Pianos
and Organs to suit the taste and titian
ces ot all classes, and ship them direct
from the factory to the purchaser, there
by insuring fresh new stock
Sec. 6. Also, be it resolved, that 1
will allow filteen days test at the home
of the customer, guaranteeing satisfae
tion or no }<ale.
Sec. 7. He it firmly resolved that I
will sell at one price to all, excepting
the following amendment :
Amendment to Sec. 7. I deem it just
to allow special discount to churches,
schools, ministers and music teachers,
believing the same to result in goad io
myself and the public.
Sec. 8. Be it understood that I
ehcerlully answer all correspondence
relating to my business, sending cata
loguen anti circulars free.
bl B,-All parties who are willing to
subscribe to thc above Constitution and
Ily-Laws will please address
J. B. KILLOUGH,
Drawer D., FLORENCE, S. C
Jan. 30, 1889.
Of good soufoncd pine will bo ready
for fulo hy ibo 16th Scptoinbor, will sdi
in Ibo woods nt $1 per cord, or delivor
nt $100. ?
B. A. CAPEL,
Aufitii-t 29, 1889.
C?RNS, p V^? ?'
AND WARTS, y/\jjMMtiV&M
MONEY TO LEND.
In any amounts wanted on five years
dine. Interest as low as obtained from
any other parties. Apply to
Ucnnettaville, 3. C.
July, 18, 1889,
MOORE HIOH SCHOOL.
John 8. Monro, Principal,
n'rs. J. 3. Mooro,' Assistant.
Presen!? lu thc most olep.nnt form
THE LAXATIVE ANO NUTRITIOUS dUlOE
FIGO OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the m?dicinal
virtues of plants known to bc
most beneficial to the human
system, forming an agreeable
und effective laxative to perma
nently cine Habitual - Consti
pation, find the many His de
pending on a weak or inactive
K1DNLYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
It is themost excellent remedy known to
CLEANSE WE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
Wlicnouc i? liilious or Constipated
PURE Ol.OOO, RCFRE&iUNO SLEEP,
HEALTH mid STRENGTH
livery one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK Youn onuooisT ron
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
HAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, JV. *
Our Favorite Singer
Drop Leaf, Fancy Cover, Largo Drawers,
Nickel Rings, Tucker, f?uff/or, Binder,
Four Widths of Hemmers.
Sent on one week's trial. Delivered in your home fre<
of freight, charges. Hoy only of Manufacturer.-,. S;\v<
Canvassers' Commissions. Get New Machines.
Address for circulars and Testimonials,
Co-operative Sewing Maohine Co.,
IMO ?'ilnco Kt root. PhlliidelDlilit. l'a.
(Prickly Ash, Poko Koot, and Potassium.)
Primary. Socomlary, anil Tortlary Syphilis,
Syphilitic) Kruptlons, Scrofula ami Herofiilou?
Kruptlons, Ulcer* mid Old Sores, llliciimnttsm
ami all dlsoasoH of tho blood; all tim-..- thnthnvo
resisted otlior tienlmont yield nicsdily amt
surely to tito womlorlnl power of P. 1'. V.i tho
great Wood Purifier.
ls an Impurity in tho Mood, producing Lumps
or Swelling, causing Kenning Moicum tho Arms,
Logn, or Pict, for tho miro ol which uso P, P, I',,
the greatest blood medicine on earth. AU theso
dlsoases yield readily to tho power of P. P.A'.,
giving now lifo timi now htrougth.
Cured in its worse form; sometimes in eases
with Krysin?lus, wtioru thu pat lout was lu Ktor
ualPiiiii ami gi veil np by the physlclnus. In homo
ciMiiH S.-ioliiliiuK 01 ce rs broke ont till the parly
wau a inn?* of corruption; a bottle of P. P, P. wita
procured, sud tho disease yielded quickly.
Ami in all Alludions of the lilood, P. P. P.stands
alone and unrivaled mut homo of Ita clues uro
really wonder lui.
It you Huller I rom nnylhlngllkoflyphlU9, Boro
ftilii, blood l'ol^ou. Ulcers, Old Sores, lihciima
Mum, or any disenso ot' tho bWou), bo univ and
give P, P, 1?, ll trial.
P. I?, I'.il'iiehly Ash. Poko Hool and Poinsslu,nt)
ls no secret p.lout medicine like tho many on
the market. Us formula is on every botilu.Uius
giving a guarantee of its purity ami wholesome
i,OH.* that no otlior blood purifier does glvo.
Por salo hy ull druggists.
IilFPMtv Uno?., Wholesnlo DriiRfOfits,
Solo iMiiimritctnroiH rind Proprietors,
Lippmnn Block, Savannah, Ga.
Fon WALU UV ALU imilUOIBTS.
i/IPPMAN nnOO,, Wholnsnlo DniRfHBto,
olo Prop.:., Lippmnn mock, Oavannun, Ou.
Sumter Marble Works,
. ESTABMSIIKI) IN 1809.
- ny -
Who is slill pres par ed with
AR Kind? of Oomotery Work
In First-class Workshlp,
f?|\UE u?dorsig/od having looiitod per?
0 niur.oitily m Boimottsviilo, roturas
li?H thuuks..JpHjjft iibornl pidroiingo ntid
hopos by stricts utiontiou m Innduuss tn j
mot it a coniinunilon. .
Besides SUKOKRY, OBSTKTIUOS
.md tho gooorul pmoiico nf Medicine, 1
toko pleasure in aoiiounoing to all that 1
hnvo thoroughly cqnippi'? myself with
. Ito lutoflt uiid"mnst Improved m*trnmon?f
forspeobd'uenimoni nf TRANSFUSION
in OASES of DANGF-HOUS 1IE.MOR
AGE, all -THROAT, NOSE tupi LU NO
d Koa so.??.
CONSUMPTION pp tinily TR KAT
Kl) upon ibo LATEST und MOST
PRO MISI??.T1IK IUCPUTICS.
Parlies in Bennett evil In will he EX
AM IN KD urn! TREATED for uny of
the abovo disons?? ut their own homes by
being requested to so do. TlioV^ hom u
di>tanco at my rcsidoiteo on Durlihgtdii
Street-ibo loMuVjiOO formerly ojoupied
hy Mr, Carey T, Ensouling tu East lieu?
Culls in Day left ut Breedon & Woll*'
Drug Stine will be promptly atteuded IO.
At night at my rosidciieo.
Charcos for EXAMINATION and
Very Respect fully,
H. H. EASTIiilliNG, M D.,
M. Medico. Chi. Society lMiila.
January I, '8'J
Look I Lsook !
Bargains at Blenheim !
GOO!) AS CAN BB HAD ELSE
WU KHK I
X M tike n fmccnilty of DRY GOODS,
<% G UOCEltlKS, NOTIONS, at lock
bel I oui pri?es.
I mn now rWiMvlne a full line of Gro
corios, Notions, Dry Goods titiu Conloo?
tionery und ?ll kinds of
Accord?on.-- from $l.'50 tn $0 00 Mu
sic. Dpxos from $1.50 ld $35.00. I baye
no live or fen cent comittiis, hut eome in
and examino my stock und you will gol
lhere just the s'uuc.
? I ;a I ?- I di . EM *l ' ? I *! ? #
nt ronsoiuiblo prices, mid
just tile snine;
aro so low, (hey will jud nsio.iish you.
So when ym V?MII Blenheim impiiro for
G. W. McLeod's Cheap Cash Store ; ho
is ready, he is willing and waiting to lot
thom go ut the prices mentioned. So
come ulong mid bu^convinced, mid save
money by tradiiur willi
G. m MCLEOD. .
Blonhoim, S. O, Oct. 17, 1888.
-DEALER IN -
^AND * CHEMICALS,^
4 LAMPS, OILS AND PAINTS, &
FJJNE SE G A lis,
And Choice Tobacco
VIDAL'S OLD STAND
April 15, lb85
- AT -
HEATING AND COOK STOVES.
ONE-HORSE DIXIE PLOWS,
TWO-HORSE DIXIE PLOWS,
MACHINERY OILS OF ALL
WHITE LEAD AND LINSEED
BASKETS OF ALL KINDS and
CHEAP FURNITURE in SUITS
anti liv tho PIECE.
A FULL LINE OF STONE and
To arrive a largo lot of SPLICED
BAGGING tn rolls.
(Cleanlincsii is next to Godliness).
Wo havo n largo lot of SOAP to aid
in this great cause, [Nov. 14, '88.
m Mm?mmS $20.
?FIFTEEN DAYS' TRIAL
in YOUH ovix Him i '. tn J m. YOU MY OM; ct.i?.
Lluii't i'uv nu :?,:? IM y,-, ,,r (<*>. >>ui mimi fur t-lr?uUr,
THE C. A; yg$ CO..if?|^!?i?Aa^
O LD NEWSAPERS
For frnlo at tho Democrat oillco
ii? know that she or her husband can bo fitted out in the liest styles ol Jewelry,
Silverware, Knives, Forks and Spoons. Sec., at lowest prices, ai
Carrolls Jewelry Store.
lCverything a man, woman or child needs in the linc of Watches, Chains,
Rinps, Pins. Clocks, Spectacles, Cutlery, Plush Goods, Albums, Fine China, Bo
hemian Glassware, Lamps or Lamp Goods, Willoware, &c., in lact
Anything Yon Want in Fancy (Mods
YOU CAN , FIND AT CARROLL'S*
-WM MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
4|WII)1)1N0 AND BIRNDAY I?1T@
TO THE YOUNG MEN I would say that I havo a largo assorlmont
of Engagement Kings now than ever before, including a superb assortment
of DIAMOND KINGS at prices fipm $10 to $200 each. My assortment
of Fine Gold Watches is equalled by lbw and surpassed hy none.
responsible, if she refuses you beenuso you don't pity the proper attention to
Bandi, Bonds und Jewelry. "Hs fit you should ho fitted liltingly to fit her
fancy, so ho sure and seo CAKUQLL, tho Jewoller. ,
'LL TAKE YOUR PHOTGGI
FOR NOTHING- ! rn
That is to snv? it* you want lo give us your photo wo wont charge you
linythlng for taking it. It must ho a very homely photo that you have to
hire a man to accept it. But wo can do better yet :
We'll Take Your Order?
for goods which you may need in any of tho many lines wo handle lower
than any one clso in tho whole country.
? WE'LL 1}() THIS RIGHT THING ^~
you may ho sure, for wo in'ond that evory man in the country shall know
that wc are tho RELIABLE JEWELERS' of this section. If you want to
know whether we aro nb'e to koop our wotd ; whether wc can back all our
brag with good, conscientious performance, why
tonier ot ours, and weil stand hy his tesiimony. We aro giving our personal
attention to the repairing of Watches, Chicks ?nd Jewelry, and gunrantco
satisfaction in every instance. Come and see us, and wo'll show you how to
skim tho cream of content from tho milk of human kindness. Here wo aro I
Goods in piles, bargains in heaps, waiting lo seo you.
Your Hum?le Servant,
May 31. 1880-If
H. ?. CARROLL
DOORS, M ??! S H ,
i ! BALL ?F SSE
BRACKET WORK OF EVERY STYLE;AND DESIGN
8UPPUED AT BOTTOM Pili?
CALL AND SHE US, On tho Corner south of Baptist ChuTch, And
tho Street running West From tho Presbyterian Church.
Si F. POWERS.
Bonnottsvillo. S. C.Novombcr 18th, 1885
an? Headstones of Eveiry Style.
THF UNDERSIGNED having had ten years o.x?er ence in the Marble
Business, takes pleasure in notifying thc public gcuei.Jl/ that be is pre
pared to furnish at short notice any kind of GRAVE STONES and MON
OMEN TS. He uses the best RUTLAND MAHBLE of Vermont, and
will iurnish ITALIAN MARBLE when desired.
FREIGHT on finished marble is high, so yo.? wm not only get advant
age ol his LOW PRICES, but will save the height. Designs and estimates fur
nished onapplication. ADDRESS,
J. W. McELWEE,
Aug. 24, 1887.
GIBSON'S STATION, NC
GOING LOWER ?
No Sir! They could not.
Strauss' prices nro lower now
than you will lind them any
Diti you say we have rivals ?
what do wo care. We have
discounted nil coiners up to
now, and wo can do it again,
we've got the pluck and got
the grit and got tho money loo
Kuso your mind and let tis in*
duce you to make a trial par
chas from qur immense Spring
Stock of Dry Goods, Shoes, kc.
If any body can give you
satisfaction, wager jour she'ek
les that wc can.
You Want These Goods I
Yon can't understand what wc
offer, without seeing.
SICING IS BELIEVING.
May 10th, 18*0.
* Druggist & Pharmacist # Qi.
TATUM STATION, B. O.
- DEALER IN ---
j?jtX'mi-mn I-I!. W. Carroll keep.;
badges of all kinds-Masonic, Knights
ol Honor, Knights ol pythias, Odd- Fel
lows and Y, M. C, A. badges; which
he will sell ns cheap as (hey can ho
light in any of the cWics.
P U^ E III DpGS,
MEDICINES, TOILET and FANCY
ARTICLES also a nico lino Cigars
PiOftCii plions carefully compounded ot all
hours. [Deo. 5th, 1 SSH.
I respectfully inform ibo puhlia'fhftt
I nm prepared to inako or ropnir FUR
NITURE of all kinds. Repairing and
covering Sofas nod Chairs a specialty.
Mattropsos mudo now or old obos made
ovor now. Country produco taken in
exchange for work done. Shop next
door to Ira BOIUKIH ourringo shop,
cr. rv. si'onsrna
Mnroh 28, 1389.
aip^?</-3niz,iF IC X HST JD
Promptly * Executed
SEND US YOU lt OUDEUS.
it tiny ilonlor <my& Ho lin? tho XV, IJ?Y???.I AV<
BIiouH without multo mid pilco etiitojtWQ* ?J
tho bottom, put him down UH U funk \V - oH
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN/
Bout tn tho world. Kxiunlnr?Id*
R?.00 (11?NIJINK IIANll-HlCWKI) HI?OK.
I:?.50 l'OUOIi ANO KAl?MKltS'jSllOK.
5?.0Q and ?1.75 HOYS' SOIIOOT, SHOKS?
Alt rundo lo Congress, Button and Lace.
W. LM, DOUGLAS
ss SHOE; LAD?.W
IIOBt Mn tori ul. flout Kt j lo. Ilust ritttuf?.
lt not ?old by your dealer, write ' j . ?' ? .
W. I? I?OUG1.A*}/ jnnOCICTON. MARS*
?(3F Examino W. L. Bouglns' $2 Shoos
for Ladles and Oontltmon,
FOU SALE BY
A. J. im?3T0W & co.
BI NNETTOVILLE, H. C.
^ JP* O^?TS ^
SIX-OOED SPOOL COTTON.
YOU GAN BUY IT Ol??
0, s. MCCALL,
?m JENNINGS5 m
ItoiinettavHIc, !S. V.
P U R ? W ?TOB,
Toilet ami Fancy Articles,
Brushes, Paints and Oils,
*<3y* A full line of tho abovo nrtiolos
always on hand.
pounded J)ny and ??yht.
I bog ioovo to inform niy friends, that
I have bought " tho 'Bing' lhiMiiess .pf
Unynsworth <fc Co., Bonnotts\illo, SV 0\
and heronftet it will bo run in tho namoi
of JENN I NOS* Bil A BM A CY. whore
I will be elad to porvo ?ny mid nil,
March'25 th, ] 880,
JU I I IJ
I ani now propnred tn buy or soil Bent
Kslnto In Marlboro. Partlow wishing lo
buy or sell, will do woll to confer with mo,
Of wrlto me nt Blenhoim, S. (.}., befoi o
tanking snhs or pufchn.so>. .
A. J. MATTI?SON.
July 1, 1880.
; Pou?der at Who/e$a/e.
?AVINO accepted the hgohcy for
tho salo of DUPONT'S R?F.?J0
POWDEII, I can soil it in unbroken
packages nt sanio prico it is sohl for
In tho cities and thus savo deniers,tho
freight., JG?o"' >Sond ju your' oidora in
timo for mo to shin it diroot to you an
I do not koop muon.in stock.
J. ??\ KVKUTS?F?Y
. Julio'iSth, 1388.
M AM, KINDS of Jon PJRIN'? INO dono
bi tho neatest style of tho art at Tu
MAKLUOUO DKMOCK/VT Ol I'ICK,