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BY S. A. BROWN & Co.
Pub li siled Weekly,
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20,1889.
Tho year 1889 1ms beon fi prosper
ous year for South Cu roi i n a. In her
notion, corn, whont ami rico Ci6|W}
B?IO BurpnBscil tho previous year, while ?
in tho ont crop ulone slio loll hchiml.
It has boen cst ima tod that the total
value of tho crops, excluding tho fruit
crop, was $11,010,090 in o x c o s si o f Inst
your, while tho aroa planted, with the
exception of corn and oats, wos Usa.
Tbp viiluo of tho fruit crop by the
(liflbrent ' styles of fruit gives somo in
teresting figures, the pouch crop lend
ing with a total vuluo of $149,700; I
then comes the melon crop valued at
$130,920, followed by tho grape crop
ut 888,240, tho apple crop ut $09,185,1
and tho pour crop at $15,442. It is lo
bo prcuuniod that, as tho cnnniiries |
now bein^ established all through tho
State increase moro and moro atten
tion will be attracted towards the cul
tivution of fruit.-Charleston World
A Ntu'vow-Mimlcd View.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., December
14;-The Presbyterian Synod of Wost
Florida and Alabama lins boen in ses
sion at Pcusncola for tho past three
days. A profound sensation wes
j created by Dr. Shearer, President of
j Davidson Coll?g?, N. C. Iii his ad
MII'CSS last night, tho reverend gentle
man proceeded to denounco tho com
mon school sys'oin of tho country,
\ whose non-soeterianisin proyonted thc
1 oditMition of youths in tho religion of
their in thors He advocated strongly
the advisability of having children of
Pp'sby torin ns educated in schools fos
tered by that church, so that therein
they might receive religious training
iii consonance willi tho lilith of their
pi)rents and luorul instruction now
denied to a great extent iu govern
How's Th lal
Wo ot?or Ono Hundred Bollars Reward
for any ouso of Catarrh that can not bo
outed by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure.
1<\ J. CHENEY &CO., Plop's Toledo, O.
Wo, tho undersigned, have known P. J.
Cheney for tho last 15 yours, and believe
Til?n perfectly honorably iu nil bimi neus
transactions, and ilunnelally ablo to carry
out any obligations mado by their firm.
Wost & Trnux, Wholcuulo Druggist, Toledo,
Walding, Kinimn <Ss Marvin, Wholesale
Druggist, Toledo, Ohio.
E. II. Yan lloosen, Cashier Toledo Nation
al Bank, Toledo, Ohio.
Hft/W\i.;utarrh Caro ls taken intornnlly,
nbt?iig directly rtpoii thoidood'aiid nUicous
nurfaces of tho system. Price 750. por
bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
A Scrap of Fapor Eaves uer Lifo,
lt was jtiBt au ordinary scrap of wrap
ping paper, but it Bavcd her lifo. Siro
was In tho last stages of consumption, told
by phyuieinus that abo was i non ru rile nud
could live only n short limo; abo weighed
Jess than sovonty pounds, Ou a picco of
wrapping paper sho road of Dr. King's
Now Discovery, and got a satnplo bottle; it
helped her, she bought a largo bottle, it
helped hor mora, bought another mid
grow bettor fast, continued its uso and is
now strong, healthy, rosy, plump, woiging
140 pounds. Por fuller partioulars send
stamp to W, ll. Colo, Druggist, Eort Smith.
Trial bottles of this wonderful Dlscovory
Pico at Jennings' Pharmacy.
Arc brolton down from overwork or lionsoliold
wes lirown's Iron Bitter?
rebuilds the .system, aids digestion, removes ex
eves of hilo, and eures malaria; Oct thc genuino.
.. At tho Clio Drug Storo yon will find
nil kinds of Drugs and Medicines either
on hand or coming to hand, or will bo
ordered on command at Dr. Humor old
stand, kept by L. Wood.
KORTI! MARLGORO CIRCUIT APPClilTMEIlTS FOR 1889.
, .Roy. JVL.'?lay, P. C.
. ^_ Y Fir&t Sunday.
fg&Sft^,., Lcr ll a. m. Shilo 3.30 p. m.
? / Second Sunday.
?K d rove 11 a. ni, New Hope 3,30 p. m.
fflBBS Third Sunday.
HHNflo ll a. m. Ebenezer 3.30 p. m.
fig* Fourth Sunday.
Wr ?nt .V Hopo 11 a. m. Onk (?rove 3.30 p. m.
tv amount Mill ll n. m., on Saturday be
\j, ie the second Sunday and ll a. m., on
DRICHISVItfE CIRCUIT APPOIHT H Ell IS (Oft 1890.
Bethel 1st and 3d Sunday ll a. m.
Antioch 1st and 3rd Sunday 3 p. m.
Boykin Und and iib Sunday lin. 111.
Broodon's Chapel 2d atid 4lli 3 p. m.
Tho now year begins nt Boykin and
Breedeii's (Jbapel Lin ti Sunday in Decetn
ber. a. M. novo, 1?, 0.
APPOIIITMFHTS FOR BtllHETTSVitlE CIRCUIT,
lt KV. W. U. KIRTON, I?. O.
Beauly Spot, 2nd and 4th Sutitlny 11 a. in.
Smyrna, 2nd and tilt Sunday 3 p. m.
Pinn (Jrove, 3rd and 1st Sunday ll a, ni.
McOolli 3rd and 1st Sunday 3 p. m.
OUR TOWN if?cHS;;
M un ion IST-Hov. J. W. Danbd, Pastor
Sunday School 3,00 ii. m, Preaching at
11.00 a. m., and 7.<H) p. iii. Prtiyor-ipool
lng Wednesday aflernoon at A o'clock.
Supt. Si S., E. 8. Cai lisio.
BAPTIST-Hov. H. N. Pratt Pastor
Preaching 11.00 a. m., 7.00 p. m. Sunday
School every Sunday nimming nt 0.00
Prayer mooting Thursday evening, at'1,00
o'clock. Supt. S. S., C. B. Jordan,
PllKSDYTKI.ltAN-HOV. W. H. Coihott
pastor. Preaching at 10:30 a. tn. and 3.80
I), 111. Sunday School at 0,30 A. li. Proy
or-niooting on Tuesday afternoon at -1.00
, o'clock. Supt. S. S.,T. E Dudley.
iii a s IA sr s A;U Al i
-A. T THE
Temple : of : Fashion,
GIBSON STATION, N. C.
Can be found tho most nttractivo
?nd best selected stock of
Dress $ Goods.
And the latest novoltics iu
Such as SILK PLUSHES
and Velvets, Silk Gimp,
Fringes a n d Ornaments,
Largo and vinni! Buttons to match,
Surah and Moire Silk in all
tho leading shades, &o., that
can bo lound this side of a
city. And whilo wo aro
headquarters for fashionable
goods lor tho ladies, wo also
tako tho s uno interest in
selecting tho latest styles
Gentlemen's -:- Wear,
And wo invito them to call and ex
amino our beautiful lino of
' CGLL?RS, CUFFS;
Wc will please you in styles and pi ices.
House -:- Furnishing -:? Goods.
In the way of Oil Paintings, Dining
Room Gems. Carpets, Rugs, Table
Cloths. Napkins, Silver and Glass
ware, and many other articles too
numerous to mention.
Wo nlso sell the SINGER SEW
ING MACHINE with all the attach
ments, warranted for five for $18.50.
Call and sec it.
: OUR SUB-WHO nunan;:
ls still under tho management of
Miss Mattie Adams, who is comp?tent
and always strives to please her cus
Thanking the public for past pat
rouage and soliciting continuance of
same, 1 remain,
P. R. MASON.
October 25th, 1880.
Lb persons aro foibicldon to biro
Jmrbor or employ my daughter Mary
1011a who is undor ago und lins loft me
ithout cause. HESTER MoKAY.
Constitution and By-Laws
J. It. Klllough's Music House,
Lately Removed to thc Marco Building,
To Take Ellect Jan. 15th, 1889.
Art. ist, Sec. 1st, lte.^olved, that in
asmuch as my former oflicc on Evans
Street failed to .accommodate the ims
meuse volume of business constantly
being thrust upon me, therelorc I will
remove to the commodious Marco Build?
ing on Dargan street, where I can dis?,
play my goods to the thousands who go
to see me, and have ample room for re
pairs, storage, &c.
Sec. 2d. I will secure ?. first-class
Tuncrand Repairer, Mr, Joseph Lcisch,
who will do first-class -york for all who
may desire at reasonable rates.
Sec. 3rd. Be it emphatically resolved,
I will not allow , any competitor to un
dersell or grant easier terms than I
myself will give.
Sec. 4. Should other dealers seek
competition. I will "see them" and "go
them one better."
Sec. 5. I will continue to sell Pianos
and Organs to suit thc taste and hnan
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 I
will allow fifteen days test at the home
of the customer, guaranteeing satisfac
tion or no sale.
Sec. 7. Be 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 good <o
myself and the public.
Sec. 8. Be it understood that I
cheerfully answer all correspondence
relating to my business, sending cata
logues and circulars free.
N. B.-AU parties who are willing to
subscribe to the above Constitution and
By-Laws will please address
J. JJ. KILLOUGH,
Drawer D., KI.OUKNCE, S. C
Jan. 30, 1889.
MO WARTS, VX/ljfwMTr PAlNl
Notice of Final Discharge.
ESTATE OK JAMES B. WILLIS, Dcc'd.
Having filed my final return ns the
Administrator of thc personal estate ol
James B. Willis, deceased, in thc oflicc
of thc Probate Judge of Marlboro Coun
ty, I will on thc eighth day ol January
next, at 12 o'clock, M., apply lo sahl
Probate Judge for a final discharge.
Ad ministra Cor.
Benncltsville, S. C., Dec. 6th, IH89, \
\?l hon solieitod to insure in othor eom
V? tinnies rcmoiubor Mint TIT IC MUTU
AL LUM INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NJ5W YORK is entitled lo your first
consideration, since it holds tho ihroniost
piuco muong tho Lifo Insurnnco Institu
tions of tlie world, and offors superior
advantages in nil tho features of business,
together with unequalled financial securi
1. It is tho Oldest activo Lifo Insur"
euee Company in this Country.
2. It is tho Largost Lifo Insurance
Company in tho World.
3. lt is tho Strougost Financial insti
tution in the World, it* n>sots uuiounting
to move ill an $128,000,001).
4. It is tho Safest. Company in which to
5. It is tho Cheapest t.'ompany in
which to Insure its large dividend ro*
turns reducing tho final cost ol' Insur
ance below that ol' any other Company.
0. It is tho liest Com puny in which to
Insure, us it combiuos all the advnntag03
of ogo. largo and' select membership,
fiuanciul strength, absoluto security, and
the cheapest Insurance that is honestly
possiblo under anv contract which has a
deiiniio vuluo to tho beneficiary.
7. It lins uo stoekho'dors to claim any
part of tho profits. Tho assets and sur
plus all belong lo the insured.
8? Its Now Policy is tho most liborul
over offered by any Insurance Company.
U. lt place? no Restrictions upon
Travel, Occupation or Rosidonco af tor
being two years in forco.
10. Peing practically Non-Forfmlnbln
and Incontestable, it provides a legacy
and not a lawsuit.
11. It is tho simplest nnd most com
prehensive form of Insurance Ooutraoi
12. All Claims aro paid immediately
upon accoptunco ot proofs ol'death.
13. Tho Distribution Policy of this
Company presents a most atttactivo in
.1. I>\ KILLEBREW,
Bonhottsvillo, S- 0- Spcciul Agt.
Oct. ll, 1880.
Presents in thc most elegant form
THE LAXATIVE AND NUTniTlOUG JU IOU
FIGS OF CALIFORNIA,
Combined with the medicinal
virtues of plants known to be
most beneficial, to the human
. j^yiLem, forming an .a^eable...^
and effective laxative to perma
nently cure Habitual Consti
pation, and the many ills de
pending on a weak or inactive
condition of the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS.
lt is thc most excellent remedy known to
CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY
When ono is llilinus or Constipated
PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING 8LEEP,
HEALTH nod OTRENOTH
Every one is using it and all are
delighted with it.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOO
MANUFAOTURED ONLY DY
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
HAN FRANCISCO, CAL,
LOUISVILLE, AT. NEW YORK, N. *
(Prickly Ash, Poko Hoot, nnd Potassium.)
Prlmnry, Secondary, mid Tertiary Syphilis,
Kyphilltlo Eruptions, b.-i ofilia ami Scrofulous
Krupllons, Ulcers and Old Sores, Ithuuiuntlsm
and nil dlBoasos of tho blood; nil those flint linvn
resislod othor treatment ylold steadily and
surely to tho wondorful powor of P. P. i'., tho
groat Blood Pnrtltor.
li 1.1, ?y * ' . ilium. niiMiii i'm Ul. All UieHU
disoasos yield readily to tho powor of P. P. P.,
giving now lifo and now Htroiigth.
Cured In Its worso form; somotlmes In oases
with Erysipelas, whore tho patient was in Kier
nal Pain mid niven up by t lin phj .dolans, insonio
onsen Scrofulous Ulcarsbroke ont lill tho put ty
wnsuiniisn of corruption; ii bottle of 1'. 1?. 1*. waa
procured, mid tho disenso ylolded (illicitly;
And tn all Affections of Un- lilood.P. P. P. slniids
alone and unrivaled Mid sonic of its euron mo
lt yon suiter hom nnylhlngllltoSyplilIls, Re.ro
fula, Minmi Polsoil, Ulcers, Old Sores, Klionmn
tism, or any dlsoaso ol tho blood, bo sun? mid
give P. V. 1', a trial.
P. P. P. (Pi liddy Ash, Poko lion! and Potassium)
ls no rti.rrot patent iiiedleiiKi liku ibo ninny on
the market. Its formula ls tm every botlle,'thus
giving v. guaranIt o of Un purity mid wholosoiuo
noss that no othor blood punuor does glvo.
for salo by nil druggists,
Liri'MAN lhtoR,, Wholosalo Drng^istn,
Solo Manufacturers and Proprietors,
Lippman Block, Savannah, Gn.
Bailey Cotton Seed.
FAR TIJCS wanting to buy lim colo
bruted Hailey cotton seed, which i
ilostinod to supplant all othors can BO
euro tho sumo at o.Nii on NT A SEED on
application to nm nt Carolina. P. O.
Marion county, S C. Dollar package?
will be sont by mail prepaid. Tho staple
from lids scad sold in market this sea*,
son for 17 coats,
N. N. MCDONALD, Jr.
Nov. 7. 1880.T2m
Mediodl Gard !
'?J rr- ' , 1
milli undersigned having located per*
I mauonily in jlonnoitavillo, roturus
hts thanks for n Warrill patroiuiRO ami
hopes hy strict attonjtion to business to
merit a continuation, i
Ih^idcs t?lJH?KliVj, OBSTETRICS
and tho' general proof icu ol' iMcdiomo, 1
tuko ploasuro in atihonuioitig to all t hat 1
havo thoroughly cqu/ippod niyk'lf with
tho httost and most iuj provod iu-uVinnonit
forspecial treatment olf'JTlANSFUSION
in (USES ol'DANGEROUS lllflMOK
AOE, all THROAT, NOSE mid LUNG
OONSUMPTIO(N pp^oially TREAT
ED upon tho IRATEST and MOST
PR O M ISING TUjjfi RE PUTICS.
Partios in Ilcnfcettsvill? will bc EX
A MIN ED and TKEATED lor tiny of
tho above disens^sutt their own homos by
being request cd fa ko do'. Thoso troth a
dihtanoo nt my rb* id?neo on Dtrii'igton
Street-tho losidonco formerly ooiupied
hy Mr. Cnroy T, Eoistotling in East lieu?
Culls iu Day lew at Breeden & Wells'
Drug Storo will bi^Nioinptly altomlod to.
At night ut my rosijlouoo.
ChurcOH for, EXAMINATION and
H. li. EftSTERlING, M. 0.,.
M. Medico.! Chi. Society Phila.
Jauuuiy 1, ;80 \
Annual Retupis of Properly!
COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE,)
] IHN NHTT8V11,nu, S. C., Doc. 2, 1880. \
TVT OTIOE is hereby given that this ollie?
? X N will he open from the 1st day of
January lo tito 2()th day of Fobi'Uiry,
188U, for tito purpose, bf receiving tho Ho
lums of tho taxpayers of Marlboro County.
All periOtis linvhig property, Kcal or
Personal, in their possession ns Owner or
Holder; us Husband, Parent, Guardian,
Trustee, Administrator, Accounting OIH
eer, Ap eat, Attorney or Factor, on the 1st
day of January, 181)0, aro required to list
tho saine for Inhalion within tho lime re
quired hy law, tir incur tho penalty of
FIFTY PISH O ION T., which uita?l??s In
cuso of failure lp do so.
rho poll tax <>i One Dollar ls laid noon
all mae persons hotwecn the ages of 21
and 00 years, except poisons who aro
maimed ami unable to cain u support.
The Auditor or nu Assistant will attend
nt tho following places In tho county on
the days named foi' tho convenience of tho
HROWNSVILhK, January 7th.
HERRON on ll.o 8th.
OLIO on tho uh
. UKI) HLUFKt.ii tho loth.
TATUM on tho I Uh.
NIOWTONVlj.UO on tho nth.
l?HOlITSVJJiLK on tho l illi.
QUICHES STONE on thc 15th.
SMITH VI Lilli, ((inuit's Mill). Killi.
HKI) IULL.tCoxo's Stoic), 17th.
HLHN l i ElMjoh the l8th.
OHieo InlHonnottsvllio will bo op?n
during tho timi prescribed by law- from
January 1st lo H?bt nary 201 li, 1800-whore
parlies hi Hoihiktsvilic and those who fall
to return at |ic several appoint monts
made can be actommodated.
Audit-M Marlboro County.
J. T. DOUGLAS,
- DEALER IN
'I?AND * CHEMIIALS.^
CLAMPS. OILS AN) PAINTS,*
And Cioico Tobacco
VIDAL'S OLD ?STAND
April 15, ll>85
- AT ri
HEATING AND COOK STOVES,
ONE-HORSE DIX lt PLOWS,
MACHINERY Ol\|S OE ALL
WHITE LEAD AN LINSEED
BASKETS OE ALT/KINDS and
BIZ ICS. I
CHEAP FCRNITlllE iii SUITS
iuid by-tho PIECE. I
A FULL LINIO O/ STONE and
To arrive a largo lof of SPLICED
BAGGING in rolls.
(Cleanliness is hos to Godliness)
Wo have a large lot f SOAP to aid
in this great causo. Nov. Ll,'88.
Is tho oldost mid most ?luiInr scientific nrd
inoclmnlciil imiicr pnlillsh/ mid linn lint lum't-t
circul?t lon of any imper nts MUMM in Hw world.
Kully llluMtrnUil. >,l'M ' fH .? Wood Kn^rnv
InKit. PnlillMied wnokl} Simd for ?iHTlmon
copv. Price 13 n y oil r. I- rjiiomiiii* trlnl.il.
MUttN A CO., I'Biii.lHin . &U llroiulwuy, N.V.
Edition of Sole, flo American. \y
A Rrent m?enos. Knoll Hilo cnntulna colored
UtlioKrnplili! i>iiii**.s t.f o iii y und Miv ri sdon,
eos ur pulillo uulldlnuR. in in ii ri nix i'iiio IIVIIIK?
and full pluns und nour nt mun tor tim imo ot
mich mi ??iUQMpl?tq bia: nt. Prlco WM ii yimr,
'?'J CtB. IV COliy." v MUNf I CO., 1'llllI.IHUKUS.
?40 yonrn' oxporloi Mind linvo iiimlu over
?oo.?t?? ApplRiiujoiiiilr American und tor?
olKiitintuiil??. SMiifir llniidtiook. Cur.cu.
poiidonoo strictly conilijUiil. '
In enso your nmrlc 1M I ronlntorcd In tlio Pat
ent. Olllco, apply t'i MIN A Co., mid procuro
lliauoutiito prutoctton, fud /or llnndliiiok.
iJOPYllKJllTH Wtoiikd. clinrti, limp?,
?to., ?iiilckly procuroiLVIilrcss
MUNN As CO., P int HnllelloiH.
_UKNBtlAI. QyyiOlp nuOAOWAY. N. Y.
- ALL Kittos olin.? PniNTiNG done
In the-neatest styl?; ? the art nt THU
M ART'?ORO DEMOTT OKFICE.
Ladies and Gentlemen!
"Uni TiVTdTT A XTT\ OTT ?J TT Al? T^XUOTi T> T?V? TV* r Arr /-N
? MID ll IE TvJoU Aili/ J. L? ?l I Wi' j. J n li J IXL illOJ L\U
/V customers, who daily th?oiig uuv placo o?" business, it is
impossible for us to remember if ALL tho DH?R PKOPLK have
sec? our immense assortment o?* Goods, so wo ieel duty
bound, us a public-spirited citizen of this county, to invite
your personal inspection of the colossal selections of useful,
beautiful and ornamental goods, with prices unrivalled for
cheapness, lo be found at
Carroll's Jewelry 8tore.
I wish to rom i nd my customers and patrons of tho progress, en
largement, magnificence, beauty nud nijftgi?[jtud(?.rf0f this-ono of Ben
liottsviilo'? most attrnetivo ontorprises.
mmi AND EXAMINE.MY STOCK!
I am now inakinsc rt ppooialtv of WATCHES, of all kinds. T
those who may bo wailing to visit some"of tho adjoining cities to make
their purchhaea in this line, wo would especially oxtond this invitation
to jost themselves on OU Ll PRICES before buying elsewhere. Wo
havo unrivalled facilities for buying, buy expenses uro'leas, and wo
claim to pell the SAME CLASS OE GOODS from 15 to 40 per cent,
cheaper than City ^jewelers.
THESE ARE INDISPUTABLE FACTS !
1 WANT YOUR Tit ADE, and if j.dli consult your own interest
I will have it. 1 don't ask you to, trade with .me for lovoorj
friendship alone, but because 1 give bargains not to bo found olsowhoro
for thc same money. 1 will not' expect you to buy goods fromme
Unless you ?co that you aro guiling; BARGAINS. All I ask is a fair
and honest comparison of all prices... [ At
You will find the largest assortment of goojs to select from.
Don't think because wo are in tho country tba. we rry a small, stock.
Tho goods uro HERE, and we propose to sell them. If you don't seo
my prices before buying
You Will Certainly Be Sick
of tho eo-callcd bargains you pick up wjth BO called wholesale houses,
city jewelers, &c. To thoao who have already visited my Mam
moth Fancy Goods Store, I feel to enumerate tho different lines of
goods carried therein would houseless nd be considered twain repe
tition of thc frequent rec ci it amioimcouiono in these columns, but I
will not feet like I lind oven partial! dono mv duty, if I failed to
SPECIALLY J M VITE your attention to my belections of
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE,
CHINA-WARE, GLASS-WARE, WILLOW-WARE, BOOKS,
PLUSH GOODS OF ALL KINDS.
Anything mut n We lor a l'HKSKNT, you will find hero. I will havo roi umisunlly lnrgo
ilUpluy-,of lluUthiy Uoodd iii Benson. My personal nttontion is given to tito Rapturing Oo
?mrttiioiil ol' my business. . Wo g lt (ir an too nil gooda us vepvosentcd. No underhand methods.
On thia basis wo In tond, if possiblo, to'olcvnto tho nppreobition of RD nlrendy encouraging
public. WK HA VB NO KbUiS, l)UU, or FLA 1? DUODLE INCURS, BUT A SQUARE
UK AL FOR EVE lt Y DOLLAR !
Yours, With Apprecintion?
mbor 16, 1SS.1.
DOO RS, * S ASH,
DOORS WINDOW FRAMES, MANTELS ANO1
BRACKET WORK OF .EVERY. STYLE AND DESIGN
SUPPLIED AT BOTTOM PR?S. '
GALL AND SEE US, On tho Cornor south of Baptist Church, And
lio Street running West From tho Presbyterian (lliuroh.
." M " . , ?. 'S. F. POWERS,
Bonnettsville, S. C., November 18th, 1885
GIBSON STATION MARBLE YARD.
HoMMOMts mi? l?m??mmB off Every
^<^V\. THE UNDEKSIGNEp, having had ten years ex"er encc in thc Marble
M^nUlBusiness, takes pleasure in notifying thc public peiitially that he is prc
ff} ?' I'ilhlpared lo furnish at short notice any kind of GRAVESTONES and MON
?S% I' U MEN TS. Ile uses the best RUTLAND MARBLE of Vermont, and
|JQ^will furnish ITALIAN MARBLE when desired.
FREIGHT on finished marble is high, so you ?wm not only get advant
\*c of his LOW PRICKS, but will save the height. Designs and estimates fur
ished onapplication. ADDRESS,
Aug. 24, 1887.
GIBSON'S STATION, NC
GOING LOWER ?
No Sir! They could not.
tran ss' prices are lower now
lian you will find them any
Did you say we have rivals ?
!;hat do wo caro. Wc have
iscountcd all comers up to
ow, and wc can do it again,,
'c've got the pluck and gol.
?iegrit and got the money loo.,
lase your mind and let us in
n?e you lo make a trial pur
has from our immense Spring;
tock of Dry Goods, Shoes, &c. I
If any body can give you:
itisfaetion, wager your shcek
;s that we can.
Yon Want These Goods ! *
rou can't understand what ivo
offer, without seeing.
SEEING IS 33ELI EVINf?.
May 10th, 1880.
* Druggist & Pharmacist, * gip
TATUM STATION, H. O.
- DEALER IN -
P U It E Ul D?(UGS,
MEDICINES, TOILET and FANCY
ARTICLES also a nico lino Cigars
Pioi-oi'ipiions oarofuily compounded at all
hours. [Deo. 5lh, 1888.
BA ??s? -H. W. Carroll keep*
ilgesolall kinds-Masonic, Knights
Honor, Knights ot Pythias, Odd Fel-~
W! and Y. M. C. A. badges, which
: will sell as cheap as they cnn bu
in^ht in any of thc cit es, ,
VOll HA I. H HY AT. I. IHUMJGIHTO.
?.TTTMAN pnOO., .Wholpnalo JDtilfffrUti.
bolo Prop-:., Uppnmn Blook, oavaonnu, an.
The Democrat Office
!N THE VVORJ.M'
Ato manufactured und ?old fop ?jo leant
'??ON XHIB I'Al'Kli.
it any AnMovHUyn ho h.-ut tho Vf, !.. Uouelns
Mi?os without immo ?ml prlco lUiniuotf on
tho bolto m, yut hlui down ttl it fraud, " ?
liant In tho world. Kxntulno lila
OO ?SKNlJINli IIANU-8KWKI) 81101?,
00 l?ANl)-8KWICD WELT 8IIOK. _
?O rOLlCK ANI> FAUMUllf?' HliOK,
HO KXTHA VA LUM CALI' KHOK..'
?8 WORKINGMAN'S 8UOI0. >?'
00 and ?1.75 1JOV8' SCHOOL 8HOJ?8,
All made lu Congre**, Hutton nun Lace,
W. LU DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE L A EP?JE 8?
Hoot Malorlr.l. Bout Style. liOBt Fitting.
If not sold by your dealer, wrllo
W? I.. DOUGLAS HItOOKTON. MA88,
JG??y- Examino \Y. L. Douglas' $2 Shoos
for 1 md iou lind (lent lomen. ,
FOR SALE BY
Ar. J. BBJ3T0W & CO.
BENW13TT?V1LLE, ?. 0,
Italic tinville, ;S. C.
Toilet aiul Fimcy j Artife,
? "1 Mowry, agiota! "p
Brusli&Syf?c?ntH and Oils,
?@* A Aili HMO ol' ilio abovo articles
always on hand,
Prescription a Carefully- Com
pounded Day and Nif/ht,
Mardi 2f)lli, 1880.
I nm now prepared to buy ur soil Heal]
Esl ato lu Marlboro. Pardo* 'wishing.to
buy or sell, will do well to conter with nie,/
or Avrit? inp nt. Blonhoim, S. C., bo fore!
making snits or purcliaso?.
A. J. MATHESON.
July 1, 1880. j
Powder at Wholesale.
?AVING nccepted tho ngenoy ior
the salo of DUPONT'S RIFLE
POWDER, I cnn soil it in nnbrokcu
packages nt same piico it is sold ior
in tho cities and thus snvo dealers tho
freight. JJ??T Send in your orders in
time for mo to ship it direct to you ns
I do not keep much in stock.
J. F, EVERETT.
Juno 43th, 1888.
MCCOLL, S, C.
Oot. 3itt, 1888.
mcoiiea I n l
?ho wort,!. Our (nclllUc, aro
' UIK.JI'.?I?II, Rn J tn Introduce- our
. tllJ.CrlOl fOWl, 1*6 ?111 ?(?ml?HKE'
"' tooNK nilson Ia etch locality,)
- a, ebor,, 'Only (hoi* who Wile)
lo ut at once can meko tut? cf
Ilia chance. AU you hare lo do In
it linn ii i<> ?how our gooda lo
, Ihoie who call-your nclghbort
' and thou around you. Tnt he*
''?Inning of thia a il? tri lit ment
?howl Hi) imtll end of thetelt
eeope. The following cut BITM iht entrance of ItriductcUo
ahout the flfilelh part of Ul hulk. Il li errand, doubla lite till,
aconcniUraeai lieaiy tocarxy.Wewlllilioihowyouhowyo?
ian make from 8? ?oi?10 a'day at lei,!, from lha iM^jf
out experience, licit,r write at once. Wi pay all a? prill char jet.
Addriil, ll, il A I.I,Kl r ?, CO,, ?ox 880, roATLAXU, M*l>f?\
l^l^^^^^^t^S^v^v.lulb?,^ I M a of 11 Ol I H C. h o til
!IAn3WHS8EioCT*ntnt>lca' Thcao ?Ample, a, well
''An&ATiuT??^^"^;^ fleo. AU.Oie woik you
need do ll lc"ihow what wa lend you lo ihoia who
?indi ond neighbor, a?d thon nboul you-thalalway! rilub.
Evaluable trad* for u.. which Wit for yian vrl.r-n once llarled,
itidthuiwearercpiht We py all exyrcn, fiolKhl, clo. Afjer
you "now alt If yo. would like lo go (o woik for ul. you can
tM i from ttitO lo 8?*> wifVind upward?. AddriVl,
?."A.i . I ., ^j.n i i.
For Sale. j
One ftevciveif?hts JEHSKY JBULL, th}CO
years old. Applv tov
^ W- PEARSBY,
Blonliopi s. cv
^ N0V927, 188-4t v