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FRIDAY. MARCH 21, 189Q.
BY S. A. BROWN & CO.
1']nt orcd nt tho Post Oilioo nt 1 Sonne Itu
ville, S. U., tnt Bccontl cines matter.
WHERE IS THE REMEDY!
Tho Walhalla Courier estimates
that the various taxes to bo imposed
upon tho poor tax payer this year
State, county and sohool taxes-will
foot up over two million dollars, and
thinks this enormous tax should be a
living issuo in tho coming campaign.
Well, supposo it is, how is it to be
PEN AND SCISSORt?R?PIIS.
- Thc postage stamp will celebrate
its fiftieth anniversary tins year.
- Mr. C. Ii. Subcr, a prominent law
yer of Newberry, died on thc 12th inst.
- The merchants excursion to WU?
mington from Fayetteville will take place
on thc 16th and 17th of April.
- La Grippe is still doing sad work
over thc State, and many good people
have fallen victims,
- Ol the twelve New York cities thal
had elections for mayor thc Democrats
were succcsslul in eleven.
- Thc demand for fertilizers is so
great in Chatleston that thc railroads
can't haul it away last enough.
- Mr Julius Levy has benn appoint'
cd Probate Judge for Georgetown couti
- Joseph Wi James, charged with
hiring three colored men to kill his fath
er over in Darlington, has again been
- Thc Senate has confirmed the
nomination ot George I Cunningham to
he United States Marshal for the Dis
trict of South Carolina.
- Siberia is said to have a spot ol
ground ajxutt thirty miles square that
has not thawed out for a hundred years,
and is frozen to a depth of sixty leet.
-- Sam Jones soys that bc would not
give ten cents to hear ingersoll on ''The
Mistakes ol Moses," but he would give
ten dollars to bear Moses on thc mis?,
takes ol Ingersoll.
- Under its present management
Krank ljeid.it s s'v?tekiy newspaper is bini
bf the most violent and '.niter enemn
(Inp ibo South hart, Thc Wit laington'
Messenger say;; no ii uo S mil ', ruc);
should patronize it.
- In the race for Mayor ot Columbia
McMaster received 511 votes and Rhett
509. The race will be run over on thc
the ist of April, as it was a primary
- Gen, Johnson Ilagood took occa->
sion to say in a speech before the Far
mers' Convention in Barnwell that he
was not a candidate tor the ofiicc ol
Governor, and could not accept thc
nomination should it bc tendered to him.
- A leading Chinaman in New York,
being chaffed on his custom of spread
ing a splendid feast for Joss, repled,
with a broad celestial grin : "Chinaman
lecdee his God, lazy Christian man
waitcc for his God to lecdec him."
- Col. James A. Hoyt, of Greenville,
editor of the Cotton Plant, the State or
gan of the Farmers' Alliance, has been
elected Chairman of the State D?mo
cratie Executive Committee.
.- All the sin that has darkened hu
man lile and saddened human history
began in believing a falsehood. AH thc
power ot christianity to make men holy
is associated with believing thc truth.
- It is proposed when the statue of
General Robert E. Lee reaches Rich
mond, Va., to place it In a wagon to be
drawn through the city by a rope a mile
long. Men, and women eyen, are clam
orous to have a hold ol the rope. The
unveiling will take place in May.
- Thc Adjutant and Inspector Gene
ral has received a recpiest from Iirigadier
General 0. J. Anderson, commanding
ist Brigade Virginia Volunteers, lor thc
names and addresses of the military anti
Confederate veteran organizations of
South Carolina in order that invitations
may be sent them to attend thc unveil
ing of Lee's statue in Richmond on the
29th ol May.
Tho period of prosperity through
which our country is passing presents
problems that tall for thought nnd
solutions. Two thousand capitalists
own more than all tho rest of tho
tdxty-fivo millions of our population.
Two hundred and fifty thousand rich
men control 71) por cont, of flic na
tional wealth. Thc Amorican Repub
lic is therefore practically owned by
less than one quarter of a million of
persons, If present causes which pro
duce concentration of capital continue,
the Republic will soon bo owned by
less than filty thousand men. This
rapid concentration of wealth in a tow
hands gives to trusts and monopolies
the power to control tho government
and tax tho people indirectly for their
support. If it bo truo that tho rich
nro growing richor and tho poor poor
er, it will requite the wisdom of truo
8tntosmon to prevent the clashing of
interests and collision of clftssPr -A.
Dot? from Kv.a Hil!.
Mn. Kurru u ;-Please allow 113 a
littleB ppueo in your most val nublo
Wc have had another heavy rain
accompanied by some freezing weather.
Your reporter was talking to that
big-hearted neighbor of our Mr. J. II.
Tilomas. Ho told us tlmt ho had |
ohargo of tbe KOHIO at ll un t'a Bluf!
Friday, and only oaught one hundred
and thirteen. Ood bless you, Mr. T.,
wo aro very fond of plied.
Wo aro sorry lo report that Mr.
Jumes 10. Cox is vory ill with a rising
in his head.
Mr. G. li. W. Dunn otu] family are
all sick with tho grip.
The next time that wo seo Mr. H.
G. P. wo will inform him that five
drakes wero scon last Sunday night
week. So tho next time ho goes hunt
ing bo had better carry "buckshot" in
tho place of "snow balls," as ho will
find them much harder to kill than
Some of our ronds nrc in a fearful
condition. Tho boya say that it is the
Your reporter heard that Ibero is a
young man in our community that has
made live hundred dollars and a horse
and buggy this year by courting. It
must pity; wish I was single again.
Can you tell us, through your pa
per, why it is that some people go to I
God's nouso to misbehave ? Also,
why the back scuta in our churches arc
What a happy world this would bo j
if every man would attend to his own !
business and let his neighbor's u.one.
Some people wear two faces,
And that is very Unfair,
For when you look for a man
You expect lo lind bim there.
Don't always bc finding fault
And talking about your brother,
For if you talk about one mau
You'll talk about another.
Oh, no, don't never shake his hand,
Wearing that tnlse face,
And then go off and band him around,
Saying be is not lit lor the place.
If there is a man
You think hasn't done you right,
Don't sneak around
And try to stab a harmless man lor spite.
Some people love to tell you news.
They think it very kind
To tell you something they think
Will always please your mind.
Hut if they knew
What other lolks were thinking,
Perhaps they would see what lools they
For trying to bc kind.
Wc cannot blame some people though,
They cannot help but tattle,
For long ago I heard it said
An empty cart would rattle.
M it I i'll CO, tSijO. ill'! F. PUK AIM.
ftet'IlthHtift-H 1'n'imt vti il BSilI.
Mit. Eiiijou:.Our beat has im
proved wonderfully. All of us back
woodsy boys huvo como to tho front.
I th i nie it is due to thc literary.
A goodly number of us have golton
to be reporters. Well, our talents
run in thut linc. Some of us are a lit
tle moro lamed than others, but
"Guess Who" will follow and correct
all mistnkes. *It is human ta err, but
folly to bo wise
Wo all want a free lido on the iron
horse to Fayetteville. Wc believe in
working our way, and if wc can't work
out a first elliss ride wo will go on the
''Guess Who" lins appointed ono ol'
our beat boys a "Masher." My ex
perience with him is that ho is poor
ou a "mush," but death on a "squeeze."
Our Social Circle meets Wednesday
nihill. What a tinto wo will have.
Then come April. Tho fools arc
writing thc fools ns hard ns wo can.
When this beat gets through with
ail these frolics you will be glad to
pay us off for a while.
The weather has (rumped us. Wo
have been rending upon tho weather
signs, Hersehils, Hicks, tfco.. nod all
have railed and vegetables killed.
I think tinelo Jool could bo OJ moro
service to his community and ours if
lie would quit cutling stovo wood and
devote more of his attention to his
woather signs. I am told that ho has
a pet sign by which ho is entirely gov
erned as to rain which never fails, Ho
has two weights suspended by a cord
and he cnn tell very accurately whoo
it is going to rain Will Uncle Joel
tell ns all about some of his signs., es
pecially this one? GUK.SS AGAIN.
March 18, 1890.
fcMiijKM mon vu Anson.
Some of the farmers are about done
planting corn, nod wo can hear thc
gunno distributor's at work in differ
Tho recent cold spoil caused a great
many to replant their gardens. Some
lind plants big enough to set out, but
they got killed.
Wc arc glad to report tho improved
condition of Miss Soo Iieverlv, who
lins been quito sick for some timo with
a sovero ouse of tho grip.
Mr, W. J. Pate is doing a good
business with his grist mill.
Mr. Al vi Newton has routed Mr. A.
W. Moore's engine and saw mill and
moved it on Mrs. Lizzie Poarson'a
place, whore ho is receiving largo or
dors every day. Wc wish Alvi much
Miceoss in tho mill business,
Mrs. Mary Gray baa a good school
at the Mooro eehool houso. Hoy.
March 18, 1890.
A Lovely Complexion
Is something desired by every lady in
the land. The easiest way to get that
beautiful color to tho ski" is to first
make thc blood pure. Thc impurities
must be removed by the administration
of some remedial agent which contains
thc mest thorough alterative properties
combined with those ingredients winch
tend not only to remove impurities ol
thc blood, hut also build up and invigo
rate the system. Such a remedy is Dr.
Westmoreland's Calisaya Tonic, which
not only thoroughly cleanses thc blood, j
hut also invogorates tbe system and
leaves thc patient in a thoroughly im-1
proved and healthy condition. Thc I
price is within the reach of all. 50 cts.
and $1.00 a bottle. For sale at Jen
nings' Pharmacy and J. T. Douglas'
Tills remedy in becoming so woll known ami
Fo populnr ns to ncoit no special mention* All
who hnvo lined Klcotrio Hilton* sing thc sumo
nong of ionise.-A purer medicino doon not
exist ami tl is guaranteed to do all Mint ix
Hniuicd. Elcotrio Hitters will miro nil ilii-eiue?
of tho Inver nnd Kidneys, will removo Pim
ples. Uuil8, Snit Killumi and other affections
otiuscd by impure blood.-Will drtvo Mn hi ria
from tho system nnd prevent ns well as ouro
all Malarial fevre?.-For ouro of Ilcndnoho,
(Ton pt i pat inn nnd Indigestion try Klcotrio Hit
torr--Enliro sat iefactioii gunrantocd, or money
refunded'-Prioo 60 cts. nnd $1,00 por bottlo
For salo nt Jennings' Pharmacy.
. Tho reason lt AD
AM'S M I CH o ino
KILLER is thc most
wonderful medicine, is
because it has never
laded in any instance,
no mal ter who' .ho dis
ease, from LKPROSY
to the .simplest disoaso
known lo tho human
system, . ..
Tho scion'5li? mon of to day clnim nnd provo
that ovory disenso is
CAUSED BY MICROBES;
- AND -
RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER
Exterminates thc Microbes nnd drives them
out of tho system, and when (hut is dono you
ennont havo an imho ur pinn. No maller whnt
tho ilisoiisc, whether n simplocnso nf Malaiin
Fever or n enmbinntinn of disensos, wo euro
thom ut nil the sumo time, ns wc trent all dis
Atthmti, UonauiH\ilioH Qaiurrtt, lironvhiti*,
lihcinatitin, Kidney timi Airer Dit'
tnnr, Chill? rilli/ Finr, r'rmnU'
'J'niuLltH, in nil it* forum,
RIM/, i'll 'f?til, criry
l)t*CUM knoirii to
llw 11 II m II II
Hcwarc of fraudulent Imitations.
Seo thnt mir Trndo-Mnrk (same ns above)
fend for book "History of Ibo Microbe Kil
ler," given nwny liv J. T. DO (/OLAS,
Solo Anent for Marlboro County, S. C.
Jan. tl, ISOO.
nt lt li-O?NTY pF?',l< KR'H
ciel K, O. al. iVeitlliOily,
Coroner, J olin lt. Sampson.
Probate Judge, T. I. Hogers.
School Commissioner, John A. Calhoun.
County Commissioners, J. T. Covington, J.
C. Campbell, Kui lo ni Uibson.
Auditor, Jacob Alford,
Treasurer, J. H. Kilos,
?^iiporvifor of Registration, T. F. Molino,
Clerk of Honid County Commissioners-Ts
Sonator, C. S. McCall
Heprescntalivos, T. N. Kdons and Vf, D.
Jury Commissioner->EI? T. Covington.
,/irrives-Southern mail via. Society Hill
arrives daily, at 12 p m.
Leaves-Daily, at ;> 00 o'clock, a ni.
Arrives-Northern mail via Greensboro,
N. C., arrives daily at 6.45 p m
Leaves- Daily, at S.'JO o'clock, a. m.
Arrives-Blenheim. Red Hill and Drake
arrives daily at 12 o'clock.
Leaves-Daily at 0 o'clock a. ni,
Leaves-Rennet tsville to Chcraw, via
Dargan and Quick, Tuesdays
and Saturdays, at 7 a. m.
Arrives-Same dnys at li p. tn.
Leaves-Benito! tsvillo to La uri n burg via
Pearson, Rrightsvillc, Adams*
ville and Newtonvillc, Monday,
Wednesday and Kriduv, at 7.MO.
Arrives-Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day at 3,?10
Rcnuettsvillc posL-oflieo opens at 7
o'clock*, a m., and closes at 5 p m.
All mails opened and distributed upon
?SSflr Monoy Order bunine!s closes on Sat
urdays, nt 12 o'eloi'K, rh.
T. Ii. CROSLAND, P. M.
Medical Card !
flMIE undersigned having located per*
I niancntly in Hennettsville, returns
his thanks fur a liberal patronage and
hopes by strict attention to business to
merit a continuation.
Hesides SURGERY, OBSTETRICS
and the general pr?ctico of Medicine, I
take pleasure in announcing to rttVthat 1
havo thoroughly equipped myself with
tho latest and most improved instruments
for special treatment of TRANSFUSION
in CASIOS ol'.DANGEROUS I1EMOR
AGE, all THROAT, NOSE and LUNG
CONSUMPTION specially TREAT*
ED upon thc LATEST and MOST
I >R OMISING TH E RE Pl ITTCS.
Paflios in Rennel tsville will bc EX
AMINEI) and TREATED for any of
tho above discasos at their own homes by
being requested to so do. Those from a
distance ni my residence on Darlington
Street- tho jesidonco formerly oo 3 n pied
by Mr. Carey T, Eastorling in East Ben-,
Calls in Day left ot Breeden & Wells'
Drug Storo will be promptly atteuded to.
At night at my rosidenco.
Charges for EXAMINATION and
H R. EASTERtINQ, M. D.,
M. Medico. Chi. Society Phila.
January 1, '8'J
After ?Inc. cli?!idorat?on of tho liberal patronage extended to mo during
tho past five yunis -allowing my minds' oyo to talco a retrospectivo view ol
tho gradual filinjieinl progress and enlargement of my business since my loca
tion in Marl her-..-- my heart wells np with gratitude to my many customers
arni friends for their ready recognition of my untiring efforts to establish a
reliable jewelry littsinoss in Bennettsvillo. Tho just critieisms of all those with
whom I haw- hat) dealings isa sufficient guarantee of my honest and honorable
intentions, and if I, or any of my employees, have by accident misrepresented
any goods t>old ai
'^CARROW * JBW?LRY *
during tho past live years, I am not only willing but ready to make good such
error. It iii not norn und never has been my intention lo attempt to hoodwink
my customers by claiming to sell goods at and below cost, but I do claim to sell
Honest Goods at Reasonable Prices!
I also i i.i.ni to
than city j< ivolei
subtle machi uni ions
Owing to tlie lu
rectly ostinutt* thc
training nnd study,
ly prove to our eiud
placo of busitu
always prut ' ico? i lis
our customer-: will I
: ll the same cluss of goods from 10 to 50 j)er cont LESS
I hore is no lino of business that is so susceptible to thc
of unprincipled deniers ns tho Watch and Jewelry business.
no it is impossible for thc shrewdest business man to cor
doo of goods in our linc, without previous application,
it is also true that it is a very tliflicult matter to conclusive
liners that we give full value for each dollar spent at our
! horelbro, wo cnn only reiterate our oft-repeated and
.-dion, that in every instance and under all circumstances
Judging from iii i volume of o i." business during the pnst year we hardly
think it possible foi ninny people in this cot! atv to h nv o slighted us, by failing
to call and -<. . our MAMMOTH .1 MVELRY AND 'FANCY GOODS
STOKE, yi , ; ; the information of old friends as well as now acquaint.*ticca,
I wish to remind you that 1 nm better prepared than ever to supply your
wants in my line ^ c are
Dealer ?JJ ine G-oid and ?Silver Watches.
Originate! of Artistic Styles of Ornamental Jewelry!
A MrigoittCfiil and Extensivo Assortment lo Select From !
Agnin thanking >'ou ALL heartily for liberal patronage during past years, and
extending a cordi ! invitation to call and see mc,
I remain, your humble servant,
H. W. CARROLL,
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
Dealer in Wal I. ? ? Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Ohinnwarc, Lamp Goods,
Books, Stationery Cuflpry, Flush and General Fancy Goods.
March 14t h, 18
; J mm ^ Ul. .O i;N
iii.-. ' loin),
ftONTINl ! Ni, i ll 13 CLOTHING BUSINESS ON A MUCH LARGER
scale, we ?.?flo 11 lull lino of seasonable goods for men, boys and children.
We arc also henihjuiiriers for
E3E <C> E3 IS
of tho best inn I. e?i : / iglcr, Heiser, Buy State, J. B. Lewis' and other stand
ard makes. Oui ??IU l> is always full, and we seldom fail to furnish any size
wanted, nnd buying ns we do t li root from the manufacturers, and for cash, we
oiler every ijidiicenu ni -LOW PRICES FOR GOOD GOODS, THE VERY
BEST VAL UE l*01i THE MON EY. Also, full stock of
Sh iris, Un
from four to
EMEN'S i FURNISHINGS.^
Voolon Ovcrshirls, Boys Shirts, Children's Shirt-waists,
(JuHs, Collars, Bows, Ties, Scurfs, &c. Also,
Staph and Fancy Dry Goods and Notions,
embracing pvt h thi 1 that is useful. Our White Goods arc unusually attrnc
live, rich in <\ ylo and price. Wo will show you the very choieesi
patterns in O 11 hi 1 Sateens, Henrietta's and other press Goods, We wert
onrly in the mai ki 1 n d, ns carly buyers do, have secured the best of evoiry
For Men, Boys, Ltnl.cs, Misses and Children, embracing all the best stylci
in wool, fur niul -1 nw. In this department, ?Iso, wc claim that wc are nbeiul
of all com pe li i alni 1 personal inspection will convince you that our claim
is a just ono. We ali? keep constantly on hand full stock of
Such as BACON I ARD. MOLASSES, SALT, FLOUR, MEAL
SUGAR, I OF FEE, TEA, STARCH, CANDLES, PEPPER, '
SI I "AP, POTASH, LYE, AXLE GREASE,
HAMS, Ac, &c.
O?B )i!,Ul!)WAllE DEPARTMENT
LS \LSO FULL AND COMPLETE.
Plows, IT'. Nrni?? Trace Chains, Back-Bands, and in fact everything
needed at h nnd on tho farm.
Wo control lin following brands: Big Ike, Bluo Joans, Lucy Hinton,
ill Frog. \\ ? ii " keep on hand a choice line ot SEGARS. Wo oho have
a full linc oi
CHAIRS, 111 i >S 1 i IADS, MATTRESSES,
BUREAUS, BED ROOM AND PARLOR BETS.
Come and . <???? us, we will do you right.
Bristow & Everett.
March 7, 1800.
WE CAN HELP YOU.
pianos and Organs to suit ail classes and condition?. Over 300 different styles.
Fifteen days test at your home. Satisfaction guaranteed, or no sale. Freight
money to apply on purchase; Hook and stool free. Strictly ONE PRICK to all.
Uniform discounts to ministers, churches and music teachers. All instruments
shipped direct from the Factory to thc customer.
Catalogues and Price Lists mailed free to all applicants.
J. B- KILLOUGH & GO.,
FLORENCE, S. C.
N. H.-A iirst-class Piano Tuner and Repairer connected with the firm.
Jan ist, I890.
254 7-8 Bushels of Com Made on One Acre !
I have boon olllcinlly nilled that I am awarded tho Grand Prize of $500
in GOLD by each, tho American Agriculturist of New York and tho Agricul
tural Department of South Carolina.
Heed Corn from above acre for salo at following pries: One-fourth pound
2uo. ; ono pound, i?c. ; ono pound and a half, $1 ; ono eighth of a bushel, 04 ;
ouo-fourth bushel, $7 ; half bushel, $12 ; one bushel $20.
Ono and two cents postage stamps taken for all orders under one dollar.
For nil ordor8 of ono dollar and over 1 will scud my mode of p ret?n rat iou, fer
tilization, cultivation, &e.- and with all orders for $4 and over I will send a
Photograph of Acre of Corn.
I think I have tho finest seed corn in the world, ns it produoes well with
moro stalks on an acre than any other variety of large corn I have ever seen.
As tho supply is limited, send in your orders k\ onco to
:. J. MAKE,
Dit AK n P. O , Marlborough County, 8. C.
January 31, 1890.
At F. M. Emanuel's Livery, Sale and Feed Stables 3*011 will
always find a hearty welcome and plenty of room for stock.
He makes a specialty of
1 mm AND HOUSES
You will also find a nico lino of CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, HAR
NESS, BRIDLES and WHIPS. Tn foot, everything fora nice, ehowy
I ??ST" AVli?u you corno to town auk for KMAN'L'KI/S .STAB I".. KS.
Oonior ChoraSv and Darlington streets.
January 1st, 1890.
F. M. EMANUEL.
-S? FAYETTEVILLE ?s
HM?f ittl ? WOSESh
Chas. A. ^Goodwin, Prop.
(LAUDEH'S OLD STAND,)
FAYETTEVILLE HST. O
Monuments und Tombstones either in Marule, or gran
ite at prices that defy competition.
Consult your interest l)3r culling o* writing for designs
Hand prices. ALL Work delivered FREE at your
nearest depot. ISLLERBE POWERS, -at Bennettsville, is my local
agent for Marlboro Uninty.
Sept. 2b\ 1888.
SPECIAL FORMULAS COMPOUNDED.
1 PURE FINE GROUND RAW BONE.
4 to ft A tn monia,
1212 to 21 Phos. Acid,
.IS to 62 Bono Phosphate,
PURU] DISSOLVED UAW BO NU.
3 to 4 per cont, ammonia,
2S to 32 por cent. Avail, bono Phosphate.
No. 1 DISSOLVED RAW DONE.
?, to 3J per cent. Ammonia,
25 to 30 per cont. Avail. Bone Phosphate.
Stag Sopor Phosphate, for Tobacco ; Ammoniutod Bone Suttor Phos, for all Crops;
Pure Fiuo Groumt Raw Bono: Dissolved South Carolina Bone Phosphate;
Bird Ouff.no ?ind Potash, for Corn ; Super Pluxphalo of Limo ;
(ironed Sulphate of Soda ; Sulphate ol' Magnesia ;
Sulphate of Ammonia, 2f> per cent ; Sulphate of Potash ;
Kaimt, Muriato ol'Potash, 80 to 8<t per cont ;
Nitrate ofSotla, 0(1 to 08 per cent.
BONE BLACK, FISH. BLOOD. MEAL. ACIDS.
All graJtcs Corbonated Guanoes. All goods guaranteed what they are
represented to be. Send for prices before buying. Small giain special.
M A NUFACTU RERS AGT.
CHARLESTON, S. C
October 'j, 1889.
1>UI<!KM LOW VOS! HONKST Cl O ODS
VICK'S FLORAL GUIDE, 1890.
Thc Pioneer Seed
Potatoes nnd Small Pruitt, with .
Sainejthapc nnd ?lyle a* proved
1 fronlif n
person who owns a foot of landor
plate 8x10*4 Inchon, and frontifi
person who ownn a foot of landor cultivai e-i ft MAM mount nave a "^'?LS,mSS?t?'?
*mouDt W?y bidlducted from first order. a ABRIDGED CATALOGUE Ht r;E.
- Ti IIMBO Vin?- fU?KUSMAN.
.JAMBS VICK, 8BEDSMAN, Rochester, N. Y.