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THK MARLBORO DEMOCRAT
FRIDAY, JANUARY 31,1890.
? BY S. A. BROWN & Co.
Entered nt tho Poet Omeo nt Rouuotts
villo, S. C., ns Bocoud china mnttor.
OPE?IN? THE CAMPAIGN.
Tho Executive Committee of tho
Farmers Association of ?South Curo
lina lmvo issued a call for a State
Convention, to ho hold in Columbia
on tho 27th of March, to nominate a
Stn to ticket, from Governor down,
mid this ticket will then bo presented
to tho regular Democratic Stato Con
vention, which will meet perhaps in
July, for ratification or rejection. Thc
farmers are in enrnest on tho subject
of reform in the management of our
Stato government and in reapportion
ment of representation in tho Legis
lature, and this change ot affairs is
what the farmers desire to como to
pass this year.
Only ono man in South Carolina
lins ever spoken out ns tho champion
of this causo, and when ho made his
maiden speech on -this lino in the
Court House at l?onncttsvillo in
.August. 1880, tho prediction was
niado that ho would somo day como
to tho front nnd lead his hosts to vic
tory. Tho bugle cull has been sound-?
ed, and wo havo only lo wait for tho
response to sec tho fulfillment of tho
prediction that B. Ii Tillman will bc
nominated ns tho next Governor of
Mr. Tillman is one of the brainiest
farmors in tho Stato. A practical,
}progressive ono that has proven it by
lis own success, and being in full
sympathy with the farmers, is thc
only man who would meet the de
mands of the hour and give satisfac
tion to aU classes.
PEN AND SCISSOROiRAPIIS.
- Rockingham lias a new town clock.
- Dr. Talmage has thc influenza in
other iv 0pens at Chesterfield next
When nil weiv
was formed. A nuinjland is guaran
resentmg ench of hy ,ys law firm,
involved, were P
trustees woro ?-A. Hoyt has bicnj^c?n
ors in tho wsvernor. If he will accept
tiro *crip?e.a (rood one.
\oc\~.< Senator Hhldlobergcr, of Vir
Bia, died on Friday last, after a long
mess, aged 46 years.
- Adam Forcpaugh, thc veteran cir
cus manager, died at his home in Phila
delphia on thc 23d.
-The Mnn?n-i""' I hu. !
in ?lie i ' ..11 o' Sumter .v u- desubyeiL
hy lire nv l'utvjd;:) nu innig.
'("1 ?IUHV st u ms 'as' w w.' ;ii [?>?M
'!; .-_*. ....vi ovlClCSl lui
- Capt. W. A. Carrigan, of Society
Hill, has planted 900 square yards in
- The third annual State Sunday
School Convention of North Carolina
will meet in Wilmington, Feh. 25-27.
- H. 0, Kollock, Esq., editor of the
Cheraw Reporter, was married to Miss
Henrietta Malloy in thc Presbyterian
church at Cheraw on the 22d.
- Frank Nichols, a straightout Re
puhlican, has been appointed postmas
ter at Greenville, S. C. Nichols is a
native of Maine.
- Senators Hampton and Butler are
to deliver addresses nt Leesburg, Va.,
on thc 25th prox. before the Camp ol
- Ex^Oovcrnor Thompson, ol South
Carolina, is opposed to the Butler ex.
porting negro scheme and thinks it im
practicable and undesirable.
-. Peter Henderson, thc noted seeds
man, is dead, He sold lois ot Howers in
our country. He lclt a fortune of
$1,000,000 to Ins wife and son.
- Rev. T. C. Whaling, pastor of thc
Cheraw Presbyterian Church, has rcs
ceived a call to Laurens at a salary ol"
$1500. lt is not yet known that he will
- Miss Nellie lily, who was sent out
by thc New York World to make a
quick trip around thc world, has re
turned in 72 days, 6 hours and 11 min
- Orangeburg has a Savings Hank
lor young folks, for deposits from 5 cts.
up. They get interest on all amounts
over one dollar that remains over three
- The Minson Livery Stables were
burned in Rockingham last week. Four
horses and one mule, a largo lot of
provender, and six or eight buggies
were lost in the conflagration.
--- The quickest way to reach the
trusts is for thc courts to make their
certificates illegal. Trusts arc founded
by men with capital with thc purpose in
view of robbing somebody ol their just
earnings. With certificates of stock
having no standing beiore thc courts,
trus s would have little to live lor.
- A member of thc Virginia Senate
has introduced a hill to punish wife
beating, which provides that any man
who strikes his wife with his fist or any
other weapon shall receive upon con
viction from nine to thirty-nine lashes
upon thc bare back and that the wife
shall be a competent witness. This law
ought to be in loree in tl State.
HOMICIDE AT MAXTON.
A MEMBER Ol' THE FAMOUS I.OWHEY
FAMILY KILLED HY THE MARSHAL.
Sim Lawrey, ft bun of Sieve Lowrey,
of Robeson county, was shot and killed
at Maxton on Saturday night last by
Mr. J. D. McQueen, (he night watch
man. Lowrey is a son ol one ol thc
celebrated Lowrey gang of outlaws thai
was exterminated in Robeson county
some years ago alter they had led a
desperate career ot robbery and mur-;
der. lt is said that Mr, McQueen fired
the shot which killed Steve Lowrey,
thc outlaw, and that Sim Lowrey, a hoy
at thc time, swore to avenge thc death
ot his lather. The story goes that he
was at Maxton Saturday night and was
drinking, and that having followed
McQueen up, he attempted to assassi
nate him with a knife whereupon Mc
Queen shot and killed him to save his
Ho tv to JSuvo ?flout in* Wurm
Mr. Jno. T. Bellamy, writing to tho
Star from Enfield, ?. CV, in relation
to the loss that so many farmers have
sustained this season in failing to
rtsnve their bacon," says:
Moat may be saved in very warm
weather, if, as it is cut out, yon have
a kettle of boiling brine. Dip each
piece of meat in this for about one
minut?; take it out and lay it aside
to cool, and while cooling have a
quantity of pulverized (nitrate of
potash) dust and sprinkle over the
flesh side of each piece about a desert
spoonful, which will he absorbed by
tire meat in about half an hour; then
pack tho meat down, flesh sido up,
with plenty of fine salt-say one inch
deep-all over thc meat. In ti week
or so overhaul and resnlt. Years ago
I used to put up from 25,000 to ?30,
000 pounds of meat every winter, and
never lost any or hesitated to kill in
warm weather.- Wilmington Star.
Alliance Officers' .Salarlos.
Thc following aro thc amounts of
thc salaries roceivod by tho oilicers
of the National Alliance and In
du et ral Union:
L. L. Polk, president-Salary
$3,000 per annum and nil expenses,
with $1,000 per annum for oft?cb
J. -il. Turner, secretary-Salary
.^0,000 per annum and all expenses,
O. W. Mneune, chairman exec
utive committee-Salary 82,500
per annum and all expenses.
Evan Jones, chairmnn judiciary
committee-Salary nothing and no
appropriation for oxpenses.
Don Terrell, lecturer-Salary
$3,000 per annum and all expenses,
traveling and otherwise.
Wo.iuaw'N 9*??vwSc?? WM f ver or i ' ' < ;
iTrH'-h she Can'Uot ifiharpd.ii a pencil j
finely outside of ?oiiiiu?i'ci:,i| circles',"]
sue can't tte a package to make it
look like anything save a crooked
cross section 6f chaos; but sec what
sho cnn do with a pinl I believe
there arc some women who could al
most pin a piusa knob to a door.
She cannot walk so many miles
around a biliard-table with nothing
to cat, and nothing (to speak of) to
drink, but she can walk thc floor all
night with a fretful baby, without
going sound'aslecp tho first half hour.
She can ride five hundred miles with
out going inlo the smoking-car to rest,
(and get away from the children.)
She cnn go to town and do a weari
some clay's shopping, and havo a good
timo with three or lour friends, with
out drinking a keg of beer. She can
enjoy an evening visit without smok
ing haifa dozen cigars. She can un
dure thc torturing distraction of a
house full Of children all day, while
her husband culls them bawling to
bcd before he has been homo an hour.
Every day she endures a dress that
would make an athlete swoon. She is
afraid of a mouse, and runs from a
cow, hut a book agent can't scare her.
She is thc salt of the church, the
pepper of the choir, the lifo of the,
sewing society, and about all there is
of a young ladies' school ora nun
nery. A boy willi a sister is fortu
nate, a young man with a sweetheart
is happy, a fellow with a cousin is to
bc envied, and a man with a wife is
thrice moro than they all.-Robert J,
The business outlook from the
New York standing-point is repre
sented as improved, but at the same
time the number of tail uros report
ed is alarmingly large, and shows
a bad condition as to financial
health. There are e cid ions that
arc all right. But tho general con
dition is not so good as it was this
time last year. Harrison's Ad
ministration has failed to bring the
Mrs. (?ora Scales Morris, of Reids
ville, N. C., charged with poisoning
her husband, and who has been on
trial for several days ni. Wentworth,
thc county seat of Rockingham, has
Aro broken down from overwork or household
?arcs Hrown's Iron Hitters
rebutid? tho system, nids digestion, removes ex
cess of bile, and euroa malaria, ciel the genuine.
4 .?? ? -
Arkansas farmers arc not suffering
for want of labor. Thousands pf ne
groes are pouring into that Stn to ev
ery month from other Southern
States, and they aro wckoimd hy thc
land owners who help them and givo
them land to work on.
lu many instances it hus been provon
that JJ 1$ Bj (Botanio Blood Balm,) m nd o
by Blood Kulm Co, Atlanta, On , ?viii euro
blood poison in ita worso phases ovon
when all oiltor treatment lads.
A. 1\ Brimson, Atlanta, O a., writes :
''I lind 24 running ulcera on one leg and G
on tho othor, nod felt greatly proHtrated.
I belicvo 1 actually swallowed a barrel of
medicino, in vain oirorta lo euro tho dis
caso. With littlo hopo I dually acted on
tho urgent iidvico of a friond, nod got
a bottlo of Jd ll Ii. .1 experienced 11
chango, ami my despondency was soino
what dispelled. 1 kept using it uni il I
had taken sixteen bottles, and all the
ulcers, rheumatism ami all other horrors
of blood poison linvo disuppeaied, and at
last 1 am sound nud well again, utter nu
experionco of twenty years of torture.''
Robt. Ward, Muxoy, On., writos: "My
difioano was pronounced a tertiary form of
blood poison, My faco, head and should
csa wero a mass of corruption, and finally
tho disease began outing my skull bones.
My bones ached; my kiduoys wero do
ranged, I lost llosh and strength, and lifo
became a burdon. All said I must surely
die, but nevertheless whoo I had used ten
bottles of B B B-, I was pronounced well.
Hundreds of Benrs eau now bo soon on mo.
I have now been well over twelvo months."
SAN Mn neos, Tex., Sept. 17, 1887.
Mu.'WM. HA DAM:
Donr Sir-Tho Microbe Killer, I find,
is u splendid thing. Can I got tho Agonoy
boro? My lil Ho boy that wan nlVecled
with worms Is cured mid getting' fat and
rosy. My fat.bor in nlso using your medi
cino, and is improving.very fast.
Mus. Anton LEU.
Ppr anio by J. T. Douglas, Solo Agont.
- Thc Bible Association of South
Carolina will hold its third annual meet
ing" in Columbia, February 12th. Ali
officers ol auxiliary societies arc ex
officio members. Reduced rates have
been secured on railroads. The names
of delegates who expect to attend should
bc sent at once to Prof. J. W, Flinn
who will secure homes,
A RHOTT'S 1>\ST INDIAN CORN
PAINT removes all Corns, Bunions ami
New York, January 28.-Cotton stcn
dy, m:,JJiings 1 lc.
'Charleston, January 28. -Colton firm
Wilmington, January 28.-Colton firm
nt I Ojo. Crude Turpentine finn at $2.20
for virgin and yellow dip, and $1.20 for
arrives-SoUtberti mail via. Society Hill
arrives daily, at 12 p m.
Leaves -Daily, al fi 00 o'clock, a m.
Arrives- Northornniail via. Crccnsboro,
N. Ci, arrives daily at 7.00 p in
Leaves- Daily, at I 3fi o'clock, a. m.
l/'mY.v- lJI(M.initti lied Hill und Drake
^"ves daily ?< i , $j$? ? ... I
?.dtve!, -Daily nt ?I ...Yhvk a. m.
Lmves lb rielt.ii i"10 b CJieKiwi Vitt
Dargal an ! fiip.-.k, Tue^lttys
and Saturdays, at 7 a. m.
Arrives-Same days at (J p. m.
Leaves-Petmettsville lo Laurinburg via
Pearson, Hrirditsvillc, Adams
ville and Nowtonvillc, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, at 7.30.
Arrives-Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day at 4.80.
Pcnnetlsvillo post-office opens at 7
o'clock, a m., and closes at ftp ni.
All mails opened and distributed upon
jjffiStV Monoy Onlcr business closes on Sat
urdays, at 12 O'CIOCK, m.
T. Ti. CROSLAND, P. M.
OU lt COUNTY OFFICIOUS. "
Sheriff, 1). A. Rogers,
Clerk, 0. M. Weatherly,
Coroner, John ll. Sampson.
Probat 0 J migo, T. 1. Hogers.
School Commissioner, John A. Calhoun.
County Commissioners, J. T. Covington, J. I
C. Campbell, Rnil'ord Oibson.
A lld i l?r, Jacob Alford,
Treasurer, J. ll. hilos,
Supervisor of Registration, T, P. McRne,
Clerk of Rouid County Commissioners-Ts
Son.itor, C. S. McCall
Representatives, T. N. lidens and W. D.
Jury Commissioner-,Kb T. Covington.
Annual Returns of Property!
COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICIO,)
BHNNKTTSVIM.H, S. C., Dec. 2, 1881?. \
OTK'K is hereby given that lids pillee
will be open from the isl. day of
January to the 20th day ol' febril oy,
IBS!), for the purpose of receiving (he Re
turns of thc taxpayers of Marlboro County.
All persons having property, Real or
Personal, in their possession as Owner or
Holder, as Husband, Raient, Cuardian,
Trustee, Administrator, Accounting Olli?
eel", Agent, Attorney or Factor, on the 1st
day of January, 18?0, are required lo list ;
the same for taxation within tho thine rq
ipdied by law, or incur Ibo penalty ol'
Pl V.T. Y P10U 0 ION T., which al laches in
case of failure to do so.
The poll tax of One Dollar is laid noon
all malt! persons between the ages of 21
and fib years, except poisons who are
maimed ami unable to carn a support.
The Auditor or an Assistant will attend
at thc following places in Ibo county on
(be days named for Ibo convenience of tho
BROWNSVII-UK, January 7lh.
HEBRON on the Sib.
CIdO on tho 1Kb.
RICI) BLUFF on thc loth.
TATUM on Ibo I lib.
N10WTONV11X10 on the DUH.
BRIOHTSVlliKK on the 1Kb.
QUICK'S STORK on the litt h.
SM 1T1 IV I LIJO, (Omni's Mill), Kith.
UKI) lllliU, (Ooxe'? Store), 17th.
BJJKN II101M on the 18th.
Ollicc In Bemiollsville will bc open
during the time prescribed by law-from
January 1st 10 Feb. nary 20th, IHK)-where
parties lu lionuottsvlllo and those who fail
to return a'- tho several appointments
made can be accommodated.
Auditor Marlboro County.
Dee. ti, 1880,
TATUM STATION, S. C.
1 -Nit us to call tho attention of thc public to the fact that
?J?? M ?LBOUO II IG II SCHOOL, located at Taluni Station, S. C ,
i Undi)' increasing in numbera and in advantages. Since thc
bi '-KI lg V?' our ii ret Session, August 5th, i8tf?, 112 pupils have
boon bun llei?), and still tho mili)her increases.
Out lc oiling force at present consists of Daniel C. Roper, A. B ,
Principal ; lanie! J. Currie, A. B., Assoc into ; Mrs. D. C. Roper, Primary
Dopamin-M. i'm I Ualosthcnics ; Miss Maggie David, Music, Instrumental
(Piano it i>! Violin) and Vocal. Here is thc place and now is tho time to ro
ceivo (bc im M ii 'vantages at the least cost. Tuit'on ranges from $2 to $3
per month, V. m rd from $X to $10 per month. Spring Term began January
Otb, 181)0, lind < ioses May 23 rd, 18110. Hoard may be had in tho village or
within easy reach of tho Academy.
AW resptetfdlly iii vito the public generally to visit our school and be
cou vi neal lbi\ themselves of its incrits. The Principal tiud Associate desire
eoiTOSpdiUlohco with those who feel it their duty lo educate their hoys and
giris, nod who nrd in search of the proper placo for training thom.
XD-A-HSTTIEHXJ G. KOPEK.
HflUORO GRADED SGHOOL-WHITE,
R. C l K) r ,\ B..
C A. I JU AMS ICU, A. H.,
H. 1). CoUjiFTT,
Miss 1/ >U I ?. < ROSTAND,
MtiH S?ULIE A ni no.
Mis* M. R Wi I..CMORJC,
Misa MA it'V B. JENNINGS,
.V$&j- Assistant Principal
- . 2nd Assistant
Ti ocher Primary Department
Music and French
Drawing and Painting
RflUK KU -Ti SESSION , is School will open on Monday next, January
Jt 2( Tuition in f? >ary department will be FREK to all children
living willi . -\ hool District -except for French and German, for which all
scholars v : i irged St.oo per month, each ; and each scholar that enters
will bc cha ' on ti? >/?<;/ fer ol TWO DOLLARS per session. This Ice is due and
payable n >, at the begniling of the session, nt or Indore the enrollment
?f iiu: I :
Thc I rut aro thc rates ol Tuition for pupils living beyond thc limits ot thc
School ! ; ;
Fii i ' th Grades, inclusive,.$1.50 per month.
Fi fl b lo N in th Grades, inclusive,. 2 50 per month.
Music, iii iding tho use of Instrument. 3.00 per month
I f<? nil i ipils within or without tho Graded School District.
Art, ? til! ; upils, within or without, . 2 00 per month.
AU patrol > ling beyond thc limits of the School District, but owning
property lin n iii shall have credit on their Tuition Pills for the amount of
tlio Special i < . H\ by them respectively.
B&y Wo II! 1 rgo upon parents thc importance of sending their children
iii promptly II 1 FIRST DAY, so that they may bc properly graded and
get to v oi k will t de'ay.
For J inl ?nfl filiation cull on or address
A. J. BRISTOW,
wetury and Treasurer Board of Trustees.
Janui ry l-l iii').
. * ? PltlCjKM t.OtV yOK 1IONKNT ?OOHS. ^
Mfl^BS VICK'S FLORAL GUIDE, 1890.
Vjy^S^' The Pioneer Seed Catalogne of America, contains complete list of Venables, FowCrs, Unlb?,
Potatoes and Small Fruits, with descriptions and prices. Department of Specialties and all Worthy Nove ties.
Same shape and style a < proved so satisfactory last year. Many new and elegant illustrations, handsome colored
plateSxioU inches,and frontispiece. Npocinl <*!???]. I>flzCN ?lOOD.OOt NU? Floral Uilitl?. Kvcry
person who owns a foot of land or cultivates aplani should have a copy. Niatl^' I on receipt of io cents, which
?mount may be deducted from first order. ABRIDGED CATALOGUE FREE.
JAMBS VICK, SEEDSMAN, RocUOBtor, N. Y.
R. T. BARFIELD,
BJ1 aairaafiliunire EM tl Coffinis*
North-Side of Public Square,
BENNETTS VILLE, B. u
-.? -- ? -
Furniture of ail kinds made or re
paired at phort notice.
I bnvo also secured tho services of a
good MATTRESS M AK li lt, and cnn fill
orders for NUW WORK or repair and
ronovato old work at short notice at mod
COFFINS and CASKETS
A 1,1/ ST VI. KS AND PKI???S.
I have two IIEARSKS, and cnn at
tend Funerals to tiie distance of .'ju
miles. fiHV>'" Orders hy T e l e g r a p li
When not in my shop I can he found
at my residence in West Benncttsvjllc,
near Wallace Swann's.
Jan. l l. 1888.
I respectfully inform my friends and
the public generally (hat 1 have rosntujd
the practice ol' medicine. I make a
specialty of Obstetrics und Suriroiy.
W. J. DAVID, M. D.
S'ipt. 2, 1889.
FOR WRAPPING: IMJKPOSIiS.
For sale at tlii* o ITU o.
Medical Card !
THE undersigned having located per*
nianontly in Bcnnottsvillo, returns
his (hanks for a liberal patronage and
hopes hy strict attention to busiucss to
merit a continuation.
Besides SURGERY, OBSTETRICS
and thc general practice of Medicino, 1
take pleasure in announcing to all that 1
have thoroughly equipped myself with
rho latest und most improved instruments
for special treatment ol TR ANSKUSION
in OASES of DANGEROUS HEM Oil
AO E, all THROAT, NOSE and DUNG
CONSUMPTION specially TREAT
ED open I lie LATEST and MOST
PRO MIS? NO TII lCttKPUTIOS.
Partios in Bonnettsville will bc EX
AMINE!) and TREATED for nny of
the above diseases at their own homes by
being requested to so do. Those from a
distance ai my residence on Dodington
Street-thc icsidcnco formerly oo JU pied
by Mr. Carey T, Easterling in East Bau*
Cal Iii in Day left nt Breedon & Wells'
Drug Store will bo promptly iiltoudcd to.
At night nt my residence.
Charges foi- EXAMINATION and
H R. EASTERLING. M 0.,
M. Medico. Chi. Socioty Pinja,
January 1, '8?J
CORNS, ( fe> M^ai
PUN IONS ^?fei^?s^^ o
ono WARTS, W?TiWJm P?INl
Dr. T. W, Bouchier,
lt K N N ET T S V I L L li, So. OA.
:*33S^Oilice in I). 1). McColl's new
O???r B?dding; Up-fit ni rs, west sido
Oiline liuurs from ? a. m., to 0 p. m..
The Democrat Office.
I F?lllOf $1000 ^IN ?OLD I
254 7-8 Bushels of Corn Made on One Aore !
I havo boon ollloiully notified that I am awarded tho Grand Prizo of $500
in GOLD by each, tho American Agriculturist of Wow York und tho Agricul
tural Department of youth Carolina.
Seed Corn from above nero for salo at following prices: One-fourth pound
2?O. ; ono pound, 75e. ; one pound and a half, $1 ; ono eighth of a bushol, $4;
one-fourth bushel, $7 ; half bushel, $12 ; one bushel $20.
Ono and two couts postage stumps taken fur all orders under ono dollar.
For all orders of ono dollar aud over I will send my mode of prooarntiuu, fer
tilization, cultivation, <&o.j and with all orders for $4 und over I will send a
Photograph ot Aero of Corn.
I think I have tho finest seed con'i in tho world, as it produces well willi
moro stalks on an nore tluin any other variety of largo corn I havo over seen.
As tho supply is limited, send in your orders nt once to
Z. J. DRAKE,
DRAKE P. O., Marlborough County, 8. C.
January 31, 1890.
3Pa.lm.etto : : J!L.?5&?L&jnoL'yl9
ADAMSV1LLE, MARLBORO COUNTY, S. C.
N. D. JOHNSON, rrlncijml.
Thc SPRINC TKttM of this school, which hus nu existonoe of over
1^30 yours, begins thc FIRST MONDAY in January, 1890. Propares
Ef?S* for Oollogo or for businoss. First elnss Teachers employed. Moro than
100 pupils enrolled ibo Inst session-lim most prosperous in tho histoiy
,of thc school. lCxpcuf-es- Board (everything included} nud Tuition, $00.00 por
fjcssion of 20 weeks. Hook keeping $1.00 oxtrn. Music, including UPO of instru
Jmcnf, $:i.00 per month. Incidontul fcc, 10c. per month. Prompt entrance and
?punctual attondnaco insisted upon. For particulars add rosa
. Dec, 20, 1880. N. I). JOHNSON, Adnmsvillo, S. C.
At P. M. Emanuele Livery, Sale and Feed Stables y
alwaj'a find a hearty welcome and plenty of room for
He makes a specialty of
te CHOICE MULES AND HORSES
You will also find a nico linc of CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, HAR
NESS, BRIDLES and WHIPS. Tn fact, everything for n nice, showy
jtiv,;1 \Vhoh voil como u> town ask for KM XTlJKL'R ^IX??A^
Corner Cl ie raw and DarUuiHoh streets
Jim ry 1st, 1890.
F. M. EMANUEL*.
.m FAY ETTJE VI LF m
Chas. A. Goodwin, Prop.
(LAUDKU'B OLD STAND,) .
FAYETTEVILLE ??T- O
Monuments and Tombstones either in Marule or graa
ito at prices that defy competition.
Consult 3'our interest by calling; writing for designs
?and prices. B?r ALL Work delivered FREE at your
nearest depot. ELL ERBE POWERS, at Bennettsville, is my local
agent for Marlboro County.
Sept. 2G, 1888.
SPE0I?L FORMULAS COMPOUNDED.
1 PURE FINE GROUND RAW BONE.
4 to 5 Ammonia,
22 to 21 Phos. Acid,
48 to 52 Hono Phosphnto,
P UH JU DISSO L VED RA W B ONE
8 lo 4 per cent, ammoniu,
28 to 32 per oent. Avail, bono Phosphnto.
No. 1 DISSOLVED HAW JJ ONE.
3 to 3d per cont. Ammoniu,
25 to 30 por cont. Avail. Hone Phosplialo.
Slag Snpor Phosphate, for Tobacco ; Ainnrmiatod Ihme Sneer Phos, for all Crops;
Pure Fine Gruntin Haw Bono; Dissolve! South Carolin? Bone Phosphate;
Hird Quand and Pat ash, for Corn ; Super Phosphate of Lime ;
Ground Sulphuto of Soda ; Sulphide ol' Magnesia ;
Sui plinto of Ammoniu, 25 percent ; Sulphate of Potash ;
Kainit, Muriato of Potash, 80 lo 84 per ont ;
Nitrate of Soda, Ofi to 08 per cent.
BONIS BLACK, FISH. BLOOD. MEAL. ACIDS.
All grades Carbonated Guanoes. All goods guaranteed what they nro
roprcsentcd to bc. Send for prices before Inlying. Small grain special.
CHARLESTON, a C
MAntOOROtODliD HO. I60G.KKIGHTS OF HONOR.
Meets 2nd and '1th Thursday OVoningsin
J. ll. HAUXICS, Dictator.
IlOliKllT OlIAIMMN, Vi li.
T, E. DUDMSY, Troosurer.
One seven-eights JERSEY BULL, three
years old. Apply to
G. W. HEARSEY,
Blenhoim, S, 0.
Novo 27, 188~4t
. . Jennings' Torry Syrup tho bo?t
remedy for Dyaoutory, for salo nt Jon
.. Mr. F. M. Emanuel hun a Qno lot of
young horses now-with harness, bug
gies and carriages to suit.
., Ramon's Relief, and Ramon's Norvo
and Dono Oil at tho Olio Drag Store.
Hare to euro ?ll pain, L. Wood,