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?bov 1 '.809.
HT) I.-.>,!... ,jp cotton seed for
SW^WBr, Who ?viii spnro thom to us?
.,.,;>i'0\>< UAH TMNiBLED.
? iphesy ttjut tho imukot would
iioh lout, thu t.rst of Outobor hm hoon
arj' Um iiim icofc hus tumbled from
i>., i... ,i?. Olin hopo is that it, will go up
gum. but there lu no couuting on coln
VAX? AT FAYJBTTJayililiB.
Tho 27th nnuuui Fair ni Fayetteville,
"Ul bo hold on tho 20, 21 and 22ml of
November, so u to include tho groat con
1 op nial
Hon. Julian S. Carr, of Durham, will bo
iito Chief Marshal.
,,AY Ol-1 ATONEMENT.
To-day, Friday, tho tenth day after tho
N iw Jowish Year, will, neoirdlng to the
. . nunauds lulu down In tho 23rd ohaptor
ol Lovttlciv, bo observed by our Israelites!!
fi .ends ns a day of fasting, aud npcolal
; H ayer, abstaining from all food and buBl
. ss of nt'V kind.
BAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Mi. II* P. JohnBon has oponed a real
lido agonny In connection with hlH in
. runon business. Parties wishing to buy
or Bell will do well to oorronpond with
li m, Ho advortlsos 3 valunbl? planes in
other column, to whioh wo invito at
HOOD TABLE BYRUP.
Wo havo heeu authorized by Mr. J. M.
Stowell to stato that parties wanting to
bitV Bomo of hi? choice new crop sorghum
i olu8sc8, Bamploa of willoh can bo soon nt
i ur office, omi havo their ordern filled by
iv'mg their YCBSOIS at tho DK Moen AT ot H
I' i o whoro ho will call for them and supply
v 0 Bamo at 50 ota a gallon.
I 'iANQE OE SOriEDULE.
Tho Blenheim mall han a now fohedulo
...AV, tho mail to Blenheim loaves boro at
30 o'oloolc in tho morning instead of 6,
ind gots to Dloiuhclto by 7 a. m. instead
of 7:30; Tho mall oarrlor from hero HUVB
hus. to I fia v<? i ' m: he goti.up; T\?r?
iv\i??.li, 't .> 1 ;.: h>wo.r. iiinil ?u\\ malte .um?
;0l,ton '1! Y'lio,
Tlut^.'-'crui': i*' A'h isfiv'' 01 Nr. lu Cur
rr iltlV ? l i n)VOd thiU? Pil ll"<: >llOr ' i'l!.!<
ll i? btjfcuol of rood t<, a Tinsr cinVipjvny
i Iciii ?lu .1 twenty-llyo rotuV. Wouf? it
H ?wit/-r lo lofiiso tb lot ihoiti heap
,ii>jrh. Imi.hvtl biiii aell tito hui on- tc.
. Ali uuii... pl ill o: \ Vu-, thom /..i
cal-novorlot them lcavo tho county at
..ly pi loo.
? AZ A Ail.
Tho Church Aid Society of McColl
resbytorlan Church will hold n Bazaar in
?0C0II Aocdomy Friday, October ll, (bo*
Inning at 3 p. in), for tho benefit of tho
,,ursoiingc fund. >
A varied nssortmont of plain sawing,
nnoy work, fruits omi flowers will bo
. iforod for salo. Bofrcshmouts at reason
.bio rates, Supper will bo eerved at a
prlco (o suit tho most economical.
\ GOOD HOOK.
Wo tako ploa6iiro in calling nttontion to
bo introduction of a most cxcullcnt book
y Charles Maynard, who is now canvass
?jg tho comity fur tho baino. Wo know
i he li Lt In olios will prize it-it is tho
"Child's Bible," or tho Holy Scriptures In
easy language, and very handsomely ?IIUB
'.rated It ia nlso a valuable help to all
Midday School Teachers who waut a rich
tund of Biblo Btorios in sintplo, easy lan*
TUB ?, 8. MAIL IN THE DITCH.
Tho Choraw Reporter of tho 17th says :
"Our skilled mail agont, Clmrlio Mc
Allister, dropped tho Darlington pouoh in
tim ditch nour Cash's, a short timo ago.
mid lt ntnyod thurn all night, and was
picked up tho noxt day by ono of tho Bcotlon
ttMBtor's,(W. A. Lilos,) banda on tho C. and
D. road. Tho Cash's pouch OIBO was
found ono morning by a nogro man by
tho uido of tho rond, and given to Mr. W.
A. Liles. It is no wonder that pcoplo
havo difficulty in gotting their mull regu
larly whon it is thrown around looso In
this fashion. Ch.itlio MoAllistor has boen
reported to headquarters for suoh con?
Tho Fourth Quarlorly Conforcnco for
B nnottsvlllo Station embraced last Satur
day and Sunday. Tho business mooting
waa hold nt tho Methodist church Friday
night, itov. A. J. Stokes, 1?. H., was
present and presided. Bobort Oliaflln was
elected Soorotary. Tho report? 'wora nil
good, and chowed that this church holds Hs
reputation. Tho old Hoard of Stowurdn
woro rO'Olcotcd us was also tho Board of
Trustees, with addition of Col. B, A,
Bogors, vice W. D. Cr? eland, deconhod,
Tho resignation of Mr, John F. Hvorctt,
as Superintendent of tho Sunday Sohool,
waa accepted, and Mr. F/dword S. Oar
HBIO wau elected to fill lils plnoo. Thora
was no pronohing on Saturday, but on
Sunday tho Bldor preached thron times
nt if a.. m. and 8 p, m. in town, and at
4 p. m., at Ho th any, ovor tho orook Tbl?
ls tho Inst visit of tho Kider boforo Con?
Jcrcneo,. and tho Bishop only knows
whether wo ?hall havo him again for
another yt ar, but our peoplo would ,1.0
glad to have him returned.
|4<i<Mjl ?\ |K(\V yu i I oiiH.4
... Cotton down.
., Local .No'.ve'So.ueo,
... Towt. TnxoH unpaid.
,, Couufcy Treasurer roady to start out
.. Weather Ano ami cotton pichero art
< .. Romembcr that tho Town Tuses ?rc
duo aud If not attended to niny itost yon
., Who doon not j i join! in the tembl?
lu tho prlco of t>?gnr< Ail tho timo glvo
us uh.oop augur.
.. Furnituro foi th*> parlor, for the
bedroom or . kitotmn, in grout var)? ty?
'okuup afc J. fr\ Everolt's.
... To moot tho demand of nhlppom,
tho Capo Eoor and Yudldn Vulloy RntU
road in uow running a night train.
? ,. Tlioso young mon wlio oxpoob to do
a good doal of courting thia wintor should
go nnd hny ono of thnao hnudBOiuo rond
carts of W. I?. Brendon & Co.
... Those* liand8omo young horses ut F.
AI. Emanuel's Livery Sbnblo woro bougtit
to soil nguiu, mid if you want nomothing
good mid stylish oall at o nco'.
". . Attention is asked to tho advertise
ment of the County CommisaionQrs for nu
ovo ruo cr for tho Poor Houso Farm. Ap
plication must bo mndo nt onco.
. . Noxb Monday is enies doy, and a?
thoro aro no o?lkiid sidos, ovorybody omi
ufctond tho annual mooting of tho Suivi
vom' Association in tho Court Houso nb 11
. . Tho first copy of tho scoond sorics
of tho Coutonnry, willoh had boan CH tab
Usher? nt Floronoo by Hov. A. W. Moore,
bus boon roooived. It looks ns natural ns
over, mid wc trout has como to sbny this
, . Tho attention pf thoso who aro not
insured, or may wont moro insiirunco, and
bvory poor man ought to remember hie
wifo nnd oblldrcn, ia nkcil to tbo claims
presented by tho Mutual Lifo Iusuruiioe
Company, of Now Yotk, in this i SHU e.
J. F. Killebrew is tho agent nt this point.
. . Ropotfc says Mint Ex-Jodgo C. P.
Townsend and Mr. J. Ii. Breedon, loft on
Monday inuring for Slier City, N. O., on
tho C. F. & Y. V. ft. lt., whuro th?
J nd go goes to bo united in mnrrnigo tc
Mind Nannie Hcnloy. Rumor s.%ys thc
I happy ovont was to Uko piuco on WodnOR
day, tho ceremony to bo performed bj
Rev. Ridor, of tho N. C. Conforonco.
, . Tho obituary of Mrs. Graham wil
appear in our next istmo. Somo hnpor
tont facta in rcforouoo to tho deconsci
could nob bo collected In timo to bo In
cor pc rat?,A in this wcck'? ?BRUO Wo ari
pleased to state that R. C. Molntyro, Esq.
with bin wonted generosity, bns kindl,
consented to d.-.voto hw griiphio pon to th
portrayal of tho lifo of Ibis vonornbl
. Wo . -an't you In ??in' (itii ill?ck 0
olot.iMng bi'foio buying] J j j*. OlinipbnU.
I . t) i V?\S( WINKLE ? id UAI.T, OTK
I mo .'or MI!I> ul J. l\ /'^iueU'* No betti
giOif bri ?hi' lumk?f, /?l via molli:/, Ci
I v.r.d .i,t'neoi. . ' ' . ;'.:.... (.?n'? .s-.:?
I'T' duly jjihy iii vi.
j .. ifoT))}ing/i( 'Pony ttyiup the bei
j remedy foi l'yi'culoty, fot Hh.li? ?it ifo?
nings!' J1 hti'i mr.i.,v.
.. Mr. F. M. Bninnuol hun n imo let i
young horse? now-with harness, but;
gtcB nnd ourringos to suit.
... W. P. Breeden & Co. hnvo re?oive
a (lue lob of road carts, nt $15 cnoli.
. . Call and ROO tho "Continental*' Sbli
sold by J. 1?. Campbell. .
... Mr. Jasper T. Knsterling has a goo
Milch Cow with young calf for salo Apply 1
onco if you want a bargain.
. . J. M. Jack Hon ni uk CH a spooialty c
tho Wilson & Ciiil?V Philadelphia ono an
two horno wagons.
.. A lot of nico road cartu, nt $15, fi
salo by W. P. Breedon &, Co. Now
1 your limo to rldo oboap.
. . A nice Uno of gonts' linen oolbun, 1
io cents apiece, nb J. M. Jaoksou's.
.. .Tho attention of sraokors is oalled
an ordinnnco in thin issuo forbidding tl
prnoking of cigars or cigarettes about tl
depot, warehouses or plntforma. 1
escapo arrcBfc, just stop smoking in tb
.. Seed Ryo at lowest prico oon bo hi
at P. A. Hodges.
... The attention ol contractors is cai
cd to ihe advertisement of the Truste
of Hebron lor bids to build an Acadeu
at Hebron. If you want thc job addrc
H. K. Covington, Hcnnettsville.
JDSS* A lot ol Huhber Belting- ot j
sizes, and a fine lot of Stoves, for sa
by P. A. Hodges.
B??" Now crop Turnip Seeds, nil val
ello? just recoived afc Jonninge' Pbnrmnt
. . Who beats Strauss* prloo on Simj
Sowing Machines? Thoy go ab fcwor
dol?an-4 drawers drop loaf aud cover.
.. Ramon's Rollof, and Ramon's N01
and Bono Oil ab tho Clio Drug Sto
5 uro to ouro all pain, L. Wood.
...Pcoplonro PO startled nfc Strati
ptjeos tlmfc they jump out of their 1
ah oe. a and Into a now pair.
... Tho attention of houso keepera n
othcrn in asked to tho Furnituro Proolnn
tion of Mr. J. F. Everett in another collin
Any thing you want mid almoat your 0
prloo. Call and soo his ntook,
?ffi* Light out. of your hoavy ooafc t
light Into ono ef thoso light weight M
anchor ooafc and vont for one dellar
,, At tim Olio Drug Store you will I
all kiwis of Drugs and Modlolnes oit
on hand or norning to band, or will
ordered on oommanrt nt Dr, Hamor'n
aland, kept by L. Wood,
,, Call ami soo tho big dlnplay of 1
no ? of nil kiwis, whips, in fnob anytli
you waufc, afc tho ?tofo of W. P. Brno
6 Co,, on Railroad Street, next door go
Of 0. H. Mot'nll'i.
Illa1, Honor, Jndgn j. ll. Hudson, in
spending n few days Ulla ...eil: .it.homo, ,
Mina "Alma. .-Pi ceden lott on Monday
moi iiim; for U?atea (o tako n conreo tu tbo
Oonwjvdot,. o? Musi? and Art.
Mil.i Ailee Uroodon loft on Monday for
Chntleifion to outer .Mles Kelly'B High
richey '.or young Indica,
Wo aro glad td roport that our young
frlond, Collu ?. John, who has; boon eo
nick with fever, is ablo to bo out again.
Ho rodo down town for tho llrst timo im
Wo reg rot to roport that Hov. W. B,
Corbett anil all but ono of hts family
Mise LI/KIO-havo all boen nick of fovor.
It ts hoped that nono will provo nortons
Wo aro glad' to report that all tho ?lok
of our town aro on tho mond. Misa Car
do Kirton, \vhn was vory nick Infct wooli, ie
nblo to eit up a lidio, and Mies Cat rio
Boyd is up nud about again.
Diod at h?r homo, three mile? from
town on tho ovonlog of Sopt. 28th 1889,
Mrs. Carolina J. 'Graham. Mrs. Graham
hud just ontorod hor eovonty-iifth your.
Sho woe received Into tho fellowship of
tho llimnottsvilla Bnptist Church, 52 yearn
ago. Having benn baptized in September,
1837. Mr? Grabara wa? tho favorite
Histor of tho lato Dr. Jamos H. Tbornwell.
Sho had lived n beautiful Christian lifo,
and parsed away quietly and peucofully
with hor faith stayed upon JORUA' lovo.
In tho lust, yours of her lifo abo WOB
totally blind, but bright and cheer fid. In
tho providenco of Qed, nho was called upou
to pana through dark and bitter trials, yot,
Bim could and did trust all into tho bauds,
and unto tho windora of hor heavenly
Hor Inst expression to her pastor, was
in tho words of David, "I havo boon
young, r.nd now nra old, yot havo I not
aeon tho righteous forsaken,"
God bices tho sorrowing ones and cheer
their hearts with tho thought chat their
JOBS ie her gain. P.****
MAltLDOIlO OKADED BOHOOL.
Honor Holl of Post ?Veck*
ifit Honor-Clara Bounds, Thoron Mc*
ADVANCKI) KI It ST O lt ADR.
lat Honor- Lnurio Harrall.
2ud Honor-Lona Molino, Fred John
son, Kit Dudloy.
3rd Honor-Attio Craig, Hattie Stono.
ist Honor-Annie Wallaoo, Josio Har
2nd Honor-Bcttio B.wnos.
3rd Honor-Milton MoLaurtn.
TimiD O KADI?,
let Honor-Bosnio Jonninga, Julian
M?oarirln'j Jo?lo narden, ""M,N Btlr'nen.
..ni Hone? Annie Jord?n, Albxaallav
pi! Jf1 mir--Anilin Mcekini',
....fi Hev'^-nP-Ui^' itho'ln. hiv ?itg?tyn, '
w.vru ?.'in A nu,
?yt Ifnnoi (Max. I/> v---.Mirr.es AhiilO
Kvi vt ?, fthiUifc '.Ivie*: it.uri.
Hot or- Mit? Nellie Townsend.
llCicnft u' th ?< j urt i of lieut-->i < iccijiycd
will appear ut tho cloao of each month.
HOBT. 0. ROOT,
PHYSICIANS U813 IT.
Ono gront argument In favor of Dr.
Westmoreland's Calisaya Tonio lu that
physicians never hesitate to uno it their
practico. Tho formula is furnished to
physicians nuking for it. Tho following
is proof positivo ns to its merits.
Coi.UMiWA, S. C. Gentleranu.-I havo
very thoroughly tested your Cn I ?say a Tonio
and do not hesitate to pronounce it n most
remedial ngont. As a stomuchio nud n
tonio it lu unsurpassed. For eliminating
malarial poison from tho system and re
pairing their dolotorious of?cots, for re
building, roinvigoruting and giving tone to
tho system when reduced by protracted or
novoro fovot8 or othor debilitating cansos,
there in hi ray judgment, no othor pre
paration in tho whole Hold of medicines
tiquai to it.
J. Fi IiNSOlt, M. D.
Former Physician and Surgeon S. C.
1 mano Asylum Dr. Westmoreland's Cali
saya Tonio ls nold by Jcnning's Pharmacy
nud J. T. DugluB.
ls Consumption Incurable?
Head the following: Mr. C. H. Mor
ris, Newark, Ark., says: "Was down
with Abscess of Lungs', and friends and
physicians pronounced mc an Incurable
llomsumptivc. Began taking Dr. King's
New Discovery tor Consumption, am
now on my third bottle, and able to
nversec the work of my larm. It is thc
finest medicine ever made."
Jesse Mlddlewart, Decatur, Ohio,
says: "Had it not been lor Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption I would
have died of LungJTroubles, Was given
up by doctors. Am now in the best ol
health." Tryit. Sample bottles tree at
Haynswortb & Co's Drug Store 5
A THUM TONIO.
Whon you don't fool woll and hardly know
what alls you, glvo II, I). II. (Uotuaio Blood
Bnlrn) n trial. It ia a fino tonto.
T. 0. Callahan, Ohorlotto, N. C., writes:
"II, I), fl. ts a lino tonio, and tins dono ino
L.W. Thompson, Damascus, Ga., wrltos :
"I bellovo D. B, H. is tho best blood purifier
niano. It hos greatly improved my gonoral
An old gontloinon wrltos: -'ll. B. D. gives
me non lifo and now strongth. If thdro Is
anything that will mnko nn old man young, it
ts B, B. B."
P. A. Shepherd, Norfolk, Va , August 10th,
188B, AVritOH. "I depend on B. P. II. lor tho
pronorvntlon of my health. I havo had it In
my family now nearly two years, and In nil
Unit limo have not hod to havo a dudor."
Tho?. Pau?k, Alapnho, Ga., writes 1 "j
suffored terribly from dyspepsia. Tho uso of
B. lt. B. hue '?ado mo fool like a new nan. I
would not tnko a tboiieand dollars for tho (joed
lt ha? dono mo."
\V,M. Ohoihlro, Allanta, (In., wrltos? ?I
had a long spell of typhoid fovor, willoh ;?t
last soomod to settlo hi my right log, willoh
welled up enormously.. An nloorahoapponr
edwhlob dlsohnrgod a cup full' of matter a
tiny, I thon guvo 1). 1). ll. a t/lal and lt ourcd
ItlULUUOlitt N OT I <
Tho hope (or proa ?iv. ?t Ihr. haptlflt
Church 0iulug tho wioioc muutie' hu?
licet: ilscil fyi1 rt A. , <-'. \ ?V30 P. \\.
to ootntuoii'so next S ?it\iy.
Tho Baptist I r?ioh <! .. ."irai ! >wnsN
vlllOburoh last Frith , Ruthiday i ul Buu?
tiny watt n gr'noloiiaN ?), uno" cuyiycdl by
All' who obuhl it'll t\. Kev. riiomas
preached ou Friday ?t\>v*? Platt ou Sun
doy, nud Hov. Timi ;> again ott Mntur
doy. Tho li?jit ?nor .>:.' . ttl I" h ld at
Judson Church ?n V y IVnf? . tin fifth
Sunday In pecombe next, TU? ft llow
hig ls tho progi'tu ! ? ' . ha \l to
proudhon t''rid:?.y. 1 v. Pt.at oh : latin
doy, nnd Hov. Thom < on '-' in '. , flub,
jeot for d?H?nM?on : l?ow >v.o . .. int our
mombors to biku n rn iiit' i?.M tholr !
ohuroh mooting? r" !.. > , dory ..??....cor?
J, J, Lnuo nnd P. C. IW.vU y,
I will be hi BOrti'Cttivllb on tl i first
Monduy in October with lull hno ot
siuuplcR of Men's, Von th ii tin I lb?;..- ? Holli
lng. Lookout for n ?
.* ; A. G. Bantu OL,
?"Sept. 12, 1889.
AN AOR?OUIiTu? .
If wo did uot bo'io vc th'at bur fin niora, I
ntookrniscrs and moi ii t ld not bo
bouclUtud by thoso ! .. tibi i . wo!
would uot hnvo ao much lo . in ; "or of
organl/.iug nnd bab h : . . 1 our
inidab. Wo know ol nii prii M.-.; Ullin
wiiO lins already pYC 1 ? .? . 3 tho
ground. Now, ull thal ls to
call ri mooting, orga ; ;j 1 . , ?ud
prcpnto tho ground > build
ings. Wo hoi love tint ?' nt to
bo onaily rnlRod If tb . ; > luvt tho
ball to rolling. Thc in >i>. h i paid
handsomely whorov-i '1 nd b MU tho
moana ol building u, : iude?t ? tho
county. Shnll wo 1 ive iO, ntcut
to atay lu tho rut ?
A COIiD WJNTE
An old farmer up Xon li? coin
lug is going to bo oki H. nukes
his observations frc L??< .? ?fruit
which la thickor one r . shuok
of tho corn, willoh !. th " Jugor,
and tho hay is wirier-- uti ot whiuh ho do
clarea poluta lo n hard wintor. If this bo
tino, got in your aupfrfyof wood early,
and make ample provision for tho proteo
tion of your a tock.
Ilcndaohcs and Fovors, to olonso tho
system oi?ecluidly, yot guntly, when cos
livo or bilious, or when tho-blood is impuro
or sluggish, to permanently euro habitual
onnrtipntiou, to awaken tho kidneys nnd
livor to a healthy octlvity, without Irrita
ting or wenkoning them, Syrup of Figs.
A RAVENOUS LION AT BAY.
A hungry lion is commonly consid
ered a most dangerous customer, and
natural impulse is to stop him in his
deadly career. Impure blood is a tero
cious and pitiless toe, (lashing through
thc arterial pyfttcm of lb'*! miman body
do-iroyitig Un; hCn'ltb (01(1 ai jipin<; hb.: I
itself, lt crews hVdra ii'/C tn many j
headed iniputu.'iii .M v.!., as Uht.utnatiou, j
;rri.'i)la, lMc<:i'.?. i-'cib! fdc??il, (inul.,
Syphilis *'v iliKi .)?>' iV;:'*5V'.:i.'.?e of coe.. 1
nan Dysjp p<m, . J", 'r- . .;? .:...!...,. Mb !
Po!-o Boot aiid i?oVa'siilbi',v) is (li^viiiicpt I
restu?r Wlu> cqtYifci to om a h I, ,-aO rt
pK'u es ii i'iitji w'uimpli ' rdy o". Ils Cn.ot . j
Women win arc worn il .vc ami .hs
otnijr'agetl, have ?yitn.d I'- I*. fa. oh in? I
valuable- tonic, rogdjh ng c lor, apelde |
and s;;vi.6lii and torcves flu-'- accent!
lo this magic restorer, a credit and grut,
itude acquired by lew medicines. Try
it and see if it has not been rather lin?
derated than overated--AH druggists
BRAUB UP 1
You oro fooling doprosscd, your appetite
ia poor, you arc bothered with Hoadnoho,
you aro Iblgotty, norvouB, nud gonornlly
out of sorts, nnd want to braco up. Uraco
up, but not with stimulants, spring medi
cines, or bitters, which havo for their
basis vory cheap, bad whisky, and which
stimulate you for an hour, and thon leave
you in worse condition than before. What |
you want ia nu alterativo that will purify
your blood, start healthy action of Liver j
and Kindoyn, rcstoro your vitality, and
givo renewed honlth and strength. Such
a medicino you will find in Electric Bitters,
and only 50 couts a bottle nt JuNNlNOs'
OUR CHURCH DIRECTORY.
METHODIST-Uev. J, \V. Dani?!, Pastor
Sunday School 4.510 p. m. Preaching at
11.00 a. m., and 8.00 p. m. Pravor-iucot
lng Wednesday afternoon nt i o'cloek.
Supt. S. S., J. F. EvcrOtt.
BAPTIST-Kev. It. N. . Pratt Pastor
Preaching 11.80 a. m., 1.80 p. m. Sunday
School ovcry Sunday morning at 0.80 '
Prayer meeting ThuredayeVonlng, htd.OO
o'clock. Supt. S. S., O. B. Jordan; .
PniiSnYTKiiiAN-Bov. W. B. Corbott
pastor. Broaching at 10:80 a. m. and 4.80
ii. m. Sunday School at 0,80 A. M, Pravi
or-mectlngonTuosday uftorh?op at 4.00
o'clock. Supt. S. S" T. IO, Pudtoy.
Prcnoldng let and 3rd Hun Jay nt 6 r. M., by
Roy. .1. Waltor Hiiulol.
Sunday Kclidnl ovcry Sunday aflortioou ut
hair past 4 o'clock.
Tho public cordially invited lo attend thoso
BKNNKTTSVIT.I.E POST OFFICE,
M A n um no COUNTY, S, C., >
Soptombcr 30, 1889. )
No. 1- Mrs. K. A. Hodges.
2-Mr, Milton Johnson.
2-J. JO. King.
4-A. M. Smith.
Whon you call for any of tho abovo lot
tors, plonao state that they havo boon ad
vertised. Ono onnt is olinrgcd for oaoh |
T. L. CROSLAND, P. M,
A report is in circulation that some
cotton buyers herd will not hid on cot
ton offered by the \Farmers. So for as
I am concerned thisHsan error.
I Wan't the cotton*, and will Inly from
ono person as soon V* nn other.
GEOj W? WAPDILL,
Oct, 1, 1380.
HILL .1111 HUB:!
fi?* I nm roooiving a well soloolccl and
Closely bought stock of GOODS, to which
I invito munition, promising to give my
oustomoiM ovory ntlvnotago in tho way ol'
reliable goods at low prices. I am sut is
lied with a fair living out ol' my business.
Such as Oulicocs. Suttoous, Ginghams,
Dross Goods ol'various kinds. Hlcaching.
Drown Homespuns, Check Homespuns,
Hod-Ticking. Drilling, Liudsuys, Flan
nels, Joans, &e?, &o,
CHILDRENS Clothing from *LfiOui>;
YOUTHS v $3.00 up;
MENS " $5.00 up
Mons, from Brogans @ 95 to Outtors
at $1.50 pur pair.
Ludios from Huttons and Luce (nj) $1.00
to $3 50 per ?mir.
Woman's from 75 cent up.
Mieses, und Childrens from 50 " up,
NOTIONS OP KVKRY
Hosiery a Specialty from 5o to 35o per
pair. In Childrens, Misses, Ludios und
Buttons, S tir. j,?'Hid ni a? Kibhoof. LA :O. .
Jorwysi TMLIiii? and J/iee
C;.Vc, .Vc "
M. TB A MD !
Clii??ft!ti, V?ilihs nju? iv. ? i iii
ALSO A LINK OK
Crockery Waro, Tin Ware, Wooden
Wave, Tobacco, Suuffmid Sogura.
Molasses, Bacon, Lntd, Flour, and other
heavy Groceries at very low prices.
I ALWAYS KEEP ON HAND A
FULL. SUPPLY OF THE PEST
Bullor. Cheoso. Toa, Coffee. Grockors,
and Canned Goods of ovory kind lor
In this lino I do not enter for ibo cheap
irado', but sell tho host and lot tho quail
ty recommend them
Also a Full
Space will not permit mo to odyortiflo
every articlo in Slook. I only call ottcn
lion to somo of (he loading articles.
I ask for an inspection and thiuk I can
make it to your Interost to see mc.
I am a Cash Buyer, and
sell for C9,sh, and do
not therefore have
to provide for
I AM BUYING COTTON
If I no not buy your cotton. I will put
yon in tho way to got tho highest market
pr ico for it.
Aug, 22, 1889.
io E!T OUR PRICES.
We do not Advertise to sell
BUT WILL SAVE YOU MONBY Hf IOU WILL
ONLY (lil US A TRIAL.
Wan't to call vour special attention to our DRESS GOOD$,
TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS, and LININGS,
Wo believe wo cri\i suit you, and ask that you givo us a trial.
*^ M lal Mi) 5?
J9L33LCL can SSxxx-t 3SS"V?ryB
ir you wan't a pair of FINE SHOES don't forgot to call'for tho HICISKR
SH OMS. his tho ncatist, most comfortable and host.
wo havo all thc now and nobby stylos for moo, youths t.nd boys^
We shall always tsry to ?i??p ?nully th?" best
& noe JE MME?,
Something % we $ can * Recommend.
In addition to tho obovo wo koop NOTIONS. HARDWARE, CltOKERY,
TIN WAKE, WILLOW-WARE-in fact almost anything kept in a llrst class
OUR MOTTO IS GOOD GOODS AI FAIR IMS.
Gan find us tn McOOLL building 4th door from Bank, Bon
lionsville, S. 0.
Octobo: 1st )--y).
JIIIS iBii ll ? $4 SMS,
u *. o nu .."iii i .. i ? i.i- - .i'Vualr," '.lin ?I j.,'.: lu hot! : litoi ?'<" .v'f,t Jinw?? ?<1 g(*>i?? >l??
.'..?...'..' '. '..v'" Uy< i^tr.vl'i li, i? li. .,. ?mr.i <??v P x.?i>.-t .. ):???*, .? W.M-IC to k?vp u IMiiu C'.dit ot '
.'.vi.-.;-, iii tulle. ';r Mio JIVJIII .! ::,?,??!'.. v"( J:,M I.VMIS?1 illino oiling to ymir IT: ?I H.
/'it.lil vi-'/ uotio ?en lin : ii ?;..:..-: t'livin^ OU? hnrjic i?ii?i i . ..?..mj^x? | tiihilv on i lio-'notes, 'Y<.??r
.''??. 1 ?''Ol <....!.; ly ji'OO - Vie? ??,.)? a j:., j IMUJV I li ynti !tf..-.U U* Ml ?loin? no; li VO'l rio not I unlit, n ii iv
. ? ilii'M tvjlj '. ..niyin ne?. ?iiyjrj; ImMr.'or it...- . ? vjvn, ... niel ey ?. ikii a I. :to? profit.
' k !f y i 1% t&J?H?fi ?u sao*, ill? P
^^^WUI^CALLED IN cXViN OT FAI L #' H| 1
iL ?. VVN ARABILITY e t^v ?aw '?
Buch lian licou tho recent prognes lu our branch ot Industry that wo mo now nblotoulurm that
tlio James M.IIIIR' SI 8) >o la In overy respect equal to Hie shoe? whloh only n fow yon.-s <i?o wero ro
titUod nt chriit or ten dollars. If you will try on n pair you win bo convince?! Unit wo ?lo > jt cxniwrntc.
Our? nrotlio.orJalnnl $3 and $4 8hoca, omi thoso who ImttMto our nystom or Imalno.? ?ro unnbloti> '
compote willi aa lu quality of factory produots. In our ll??s wo aro tho largoat mnnufaoturors lu tho S
United States. /
Klio<m from our colcbvntod fnctory aro ?old by wliln-nwiili? roi nil or? In nil purin
pf thu ooumrr. Wo will pluoo them oaslly within your reach In any Stnto or Torrltory If ycu will
J11 v t.h t ono cont in n powi ul caird ah'?l wrlto to us.
JAMES MEANS & CO., 41 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass*
ft'I.l. I. IN KM OF TUB AUOVK ?HOB? FOR WALK BY
for Sale By J. F. EVERETT, Bennettsuille, S. G.
Vug. 2, ii
Rev. A. J. Stokes, P. E.
Blenheim, Zion, Friday morning Oot 2$.
Clio Circuit, Oct, 26, 27,
Littlo Poo Doo, Provldonco, Nov. t,
RonnottHvtllo Ct., MoColl's, Nov. 2, 3.
North Marlboro, New Kopo, Nov, 9, io.
A suitnbh? and competent man to su
porintond Poor Furm for wages. Party
employed will bo expected to plow or
do sujh othor work as tho Ooramissoo
crs may require Roforoncos required.
County Commissioners will re?oive
application and bids until Ootobor 15th,
1889, and also reserve tho right to rc
goot any nod nil bids.
T. w\ BOUCHIER,
dork Bd. Oo. Oom.
Oot. 4, 1889.
Thc Mutual Life Ins. Co'.
OF NEW YORK, .
?s propnrod to isnuo you n polloy on 10,
15, or 20 payment lifo plun, or ?ivo
you. a straight lifo polioo. Any form
suited to your wnnta. Capitol $128,000
000. Paid polioy holdors sinco Organ
ization $272,000.000. Tho oldost Com
pany in tho United Statos, and tho
ot longest in tho world.
J. F. KILLEBREW,
Ronnottsvilto, S. C. : Agt.
HAIR AND llM?i,:'
A car load of choleo Limo and Hair for
plastoriug, just received by '
J. F. EVI?RETT, .
Maroh 22, 1889.
Tho Book's for tho collootion of Toxofl
for tho (isonl your commonoing Novoni
ber 1st, 1888, will bo open ou tho l?tli'
doy of Octobor uoxt, ot tho following
places ns follows :
At Ked Hid. (Coxo's Storo,) Tuesday
Oot. 15th, 1889.
Brownsville, Wodnosdny " 10, "
Hobroti. Thursday 0 17, "
Clio, Friday " 18,
Rod Bluff, Saturday " 19, :
Newtonvillo, Monday 21, *'
Smithvillo, Tuesday " 22,
?rightsvillo, Wcdnosday " 23,. . u
And ot tho Treasurers Oflieo .ih : fhd'
Court HouHO undi Dccombcr 15th, when
tho penalty of 15 por cont will bo added
on nil not paid by that dato. Tho Lovy
is as follows :
For Stnto purposes, 5J Mills.
u Ordinary County Vax, 8 41
" Spcoinl County Tax, 2
" Sohool Tax, - . 2
JOHN n, woonv A co.
N. 0. Norfolk, Va.
Total Lovy, l2fc '?*
PollTnx on all from 21 to50 yoara^VOOi
For tho Marlboro Graded Sphooh Bo?-*
nottsvillo, now Sohool Dhiri ot? ? mills.
TRBASUKKU'S OFPIOK, )
BKN N K 018 VILLK, S. 0, \>
SEPTEMD?R, 14th, 1889. i
?31. R. Lt LKS.
ir. W, Boucher*
BENNETTS VIL LH, tV? V*.,
0?g&Pfl\c? in D. D. ^?OolP? now
QyttoKr Budding, J^viUftivs, west 6?d.t>
O nico hours fron> 9, a.. pu, to 0, p ?. i\\
WOODY A cunnii;,
JOHN D. WOODY & Co.
8hipmonta of OOUOIA ??)o,soliy. rwm.dl?dj
at full valu??, ProMM^ ielu;,i)s?. inylitltjig
oorrosponilo^O;, an<,l| h? ^.Oixs?^ to
quoioyo^ y" j