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FRIDAY. APRIL U, 1890, . ,
Motored at tho Post Ollico nt IJoonotts
vii lo, S. 0., as ne co nd da?? i .nut tor.
TI I li FA HM HHS' CANDIDATE.
In our la?t issue wo gtivo our
readers tho proceedings of a con
ference held at Columbia on thc
i?7th ultimo. Since then tho Stato
press, with lbw exceptions, have
talion hold and sifted tho work
until they havo gotten it down to
a genuine nomination by Tillman
and for Tillman, in tho taco of ex
press declarations that tho farmers
went to Columbia for no other
purposo than to cast about for a
candidate. Finding that man, and
having a majority in the body
friendly to him, they simply made
the choice then and there and
agreed from the outset to ?eavo tho
nomination with tho regular Dem
ocratic Nominating Convention for
acceptance or rejection-only ibis
nnd nothing moro. And it is un
just and uncharitable to charge
JVlr. Tillman, or tho fi tends who
support him, with trying to dis
rupt the Democratic party. Such
talk is all Stull', and the farmers
hitvo too much at Btakc to enter
tain such an idea.
Thc lcadors.of thc movement are
all true and tried Democrats, and
love the party every way equal to
those who oppose them, and we
have too much confidence in their
good sense and wisdom to believe
they would sacrifice the party for
their candidate. If they can se?
euro his nomination by fair means
they propose to do it, and will
make an earnest, vigorous, honest
light in the ranks for him. For
this love and devotion to the mari
of their choice, and the champion
of their cause, they cannot be
blamed. Abuse is not argument,
Personally, wo have not ycl
been able fn 4'"'> bb.t v1 >r
T? ! i ii win tvo ul i i iud db nu* v lover
j yr! lkh'i fi, (eur'! : !? < ai'h??ti hon
Tir/ipan If ulvct?d to Ibo ellice o?
uc.unioi would make one ol mc
bott wo have had in years ? But,
be that as it may, as a Democrat
wo contend that no nomination
has yet boen made. Let ns, then,
as truo Democrats, quit us like
men ! Dc patient, havo moro con
fidence in each other, stop this ti
rado of abuse of Mr. Tillman
and the leaders of the farmers
movement, and calmly await thc
action of the Democratic Conven
tion, when all choices will unite
and bo welded into one-bo he
Tillman, or Staekhouec, or Com te
nay, or any one else.
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Abolish the monopoly of re
Honrces now enjoyed by a few,
and the nation will not be the
poorer by the smallest fraction of
any commodity at any moment af
ter. But let there bc a universal
strike pf lill except the monopolists,
and how long would society en
dure? There would be famine in
a year, two years nakedness, and
jil ten the land would be a d?sola
tion. Monopoly means a present
tax, as a past usurpation, The
monopolist may also be receiving
"wages of superintendence," but
they are a trilling proportion of
his income, and no part of his
monopoly in thc proper sense. It
is not by any man's wages that
tho people are impoverished, but
by this runing Sore of taxes handed
over to private persons, to be used
without regard to the social organ
ism. - Kev. Dr. william Barry
in April Forum.
BOOST YOUKSKLP.-A small boy
was endeavoring to climb a tree,
nnd was standing with arma and
legs embracing it, when ho saw
another boy passing on the other
side of tho street, and called out to
him, UI say, .BIM., ( uno over and
give us a boost !" BILL'S answer
was not polite nor helpful, but it
contained a full bushel of common
sense. Ho said, sententiously,
"Boost yourself !" and wallkod on
libot?t his business. Thero aro
many people in this world waiting
loi' somebody to givo them a boost
themselves. It will often do a boy
more good to make his own start
in life than to have sotno other por
soil start him. Find a tree that
hears fruit worth climbing after,
take a firm hold, and then boost
PION AND SCISSOIWHAPHS.
- A. 0, Magrath, Jr., Y \s been ap
pointed Judge of Probate for Charleston,
- Tho timi of Clayton & Tim mons of
Columbia hus failed,
- Sttvo Jacob , unless begets away
again, will bc bung at Luinbcrtou on
tho Sib of Muy for murder,
- Tho Clemson Will has been sustain
od by tho Supremo Court of tho Cnited
- lion, Jamos M. JofTYic*, an ablo
Jurist of Virginio who bas been on the
bench for 20 years, died oh tho 7th.
- Idaho has been admitted as a State
into this big Union by a Republican
- The annual meeting ot the Grand
Lodge or Knights of Honor will be
held in Columbia next Wednesday.
- James Blatancy, colored, who was
sentenced to bc bung al Chesterfield on
tbe 4th, was respited on the ist.
- The Democrats have made a
sweeping victory in thc Chicago city
election, and now have lour in thc City
- II. M. Morris, a colored barber of
Charleston, has called a convention ol
Republicans to assemble in Charleston
on thc 5th of May to resuscitate thc
Radical Parly ol South Carolina.
Ullin WI-MI-HMII lill I I I
iff arl (boro Teacher* Connell.
The Teachers Council hold at
Pal me Mo academy last Sa tu rd ay
was a moat interesting and profit
"How to keep the attention of n
class" was discussed ic i i i voit
manner by Messrs Join: ?on, Ri
Corbett and Graeser.
Mr. Roper had an ox eel len I pa
per on "Teachers'aids,' iii which
he clearly demonstrated tho ne
cessity of teachers-progressive
teachers, having a liberal culture
and much general information.
Mr. Corbett's paper on "Meth
ods of teaching geography, show
ed careful study and brought out
many many excellent points.
Much interest was also taken in
Miss White's essay on "Kinder
garten Principles and Their Ap
plication to Primary Work."
Many thanks aie due Mr.
Johnson ami the kind people of
Adamsville for the attentions
shown us and oui" cause, while the
Bonnettsville delegation is tinder
especial obligations to Mrs. Dr.
MeNair for thc generous hospi
talities received at her hands.
April Uth, 1890. C.
1)1 ;. jujus ;'v B?hi??? * i v iprictei' ol
?ih.' Wihiiingtoti ' *'?^lossougorf has a
ii-!. '?.)?>;,- ...AV,:|:I r |j \Jb.)'l)j .ISC J hil O
jany other; mini itu H? sta-;.-- ?. o have
j'-', r ?.!'.-< d'" .'.< --t-.-tp". Pear lind
Y.idkiu Valley Edition,' edufnluini:
twenty-eight pages of about 180 col
umns filled with valuable tctulingnnit
ter. P gives a minute (leeori| lion ol'
tho business of Wilmington, ibo
C. E. A Y. V. R.R, thc towns on its
line, the country through which it
passes, nud good photographs cf its
oil i ci als. The pluck and enterprise ol'
tho Messongcr'1 is excelled by no ono.
The Supreme Court of the Uni
tcd States has decided that all
indictments for violation of th od a iv
in relation to the election of mem
bers ol Congress nient be tried in
the United States Court; and that
all indictment;* for violation of the
law in relation to the election of
Presidential Electors must be tried
in the Stale Courts.
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"So far,' I H C r?ii Herild says,
"eght po>. ? Iii co.- eh named
after Cl rion, fin ut'toi Wana
maker, foin MI liai ri? n v,
after Morton, oho al ci Dud ..
one after Hilford an '
Cincinnati has a nice little boy
within a year has shot two boys
killed a horse, drowned a girl, set
a house on fire, and broke eighty
dollars worth of glass, but they
never suspected that he was more
than ordinarily funny until he shot
another boy the other day "just
to see him jump."
Next week will bc a galr. ono at
tho grounds of tho Sub-Tropical ex
position, Jacksonville, Ela. Tho
programm? embraces six days of
military pageantry, grand concerts,
masque halls, competitive military
drills, tfec. Thirty companies, rep
resenting Texas, Alabama, Geor
gia, South Carolina and Florida,
arc entered for tho honors and pri
zes, tho latter aggregating $5,OOP.
April i) and 10 will be Governor's
- ? <?> ? - .
Alexander Doyle, who has fur
nished the design for Grady's
monument at Atlanta, has been
awarded thc contract to erect it.
It will bc of Goorgia marido or
granite, surmounted by a bronso
statue of Mr. Grady, and ia to be
completed within two years.
- Land roth's Fresh G a r d o n
Recd, all varlctlcB, for salo at Jennings'
A Love'y Complexion
is something desired by every lady in
the land. The easiest way to get that
beautiful color to tbe skin ls to first
make ibo blood pure. Tbc I rh pu r i lies
must bc removed by the administrai ion
of some remedial agent which contains
the most tborougb alterative properties
combined with those ingredients which
tend not only to remove impurities ot
the blood, but also build up and invigo
rate the system. Such a remedy is Dr.
Westmoreland's Calisaya Tonic, which
not only thoroughly cleanses the blood,
but also invogorates the system and
leaves the patient in a thoroughly im
proved and healthy condition. Thc
. price is within thc reach of all. 50 cts.
and $1 00 a bottle. For sale at Jen
nings" Pharmacy and J. T. Douglas'
This remedy is becoming FO well known and
co popular rte lo ?cod no special mention' All
who lirtvo tiucd Klcelrio Hitters sin? tho .?arno
song ot' 11 rai 80.-A purer medinina docs not
oxift iViul it I? guiUHntCOtl to il? all thal \a
Hui mod* Klootrie Hillel :s will euro all diseases
ol tlio Liver and Kidneys, will roinovo Pini
plcs. Bolla, Salt Rheum und other atl'oottoii?
caused by impuro blood.-Will drive Malaria
from the system and prevent rta well as eure
all M ..lat ia! fevrefi.- Fur ouro of Ilcrt'laehe,
Constipation and Indigestion try Kicotrio Hil
ter.?-Knlirt! satisfaction guaranteed, or money
refunded--Prien 60 els anti $1.0U per bottio
l?'pr salo at Jennings' 1'hnrinney.
********* * " - I ?' ^rrf-f III --Ol Munumi* pwM?W
OU H COUNTY OFl'TClCl?B.
Fherli?, l?. A, Cog?ra,
Clerk, C. M. Weatherly,
Coroner, .lohn H. .Sampson,
Probate Judge, Ti I. Hogers.
Solido 1 Commissioner, John A. Calhoun.
County Oom inls ?inners. .1. T. Covington, .T
C. Campbell, Kai til 1 Ub*o?i.
Auditor, Jacob ,
Troaauror, J. '.'.
Xupcrvi* i <M P' 0?, T. ;' M eli af
[ Cl?"''< . f ll'>iiid Cid ii Oom mit stonor:-Ti
! \V? i!.>iiohle(.J
St itt i. ?. S. MeOrit?
: . 1 nr. ). N. Kdona and W.I).
.I 11 ry Ooinuiisstonor-d-?ll T. Covington.
Tho reason lt AD
AM'S MICRO H IC
KILLER is ibo m OM
wonderful medici no, is
because it hus no vor
I ailed in ?iny instance,
Ino thill 1er what tba dil
'ease, from LKPU08Y
to tho simplest disease
known to (he Immun
Tlio colen li ll? inen of to-day claim and provo
that every d ?soaso ia
CAUSED HY MlCllOKKS,
- ANT -
RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER
Hxteiminates the Microbes nntl drives them
out of tho fly8tom, and when (hut is done you
eanont have un actio or pain. No matter what
(hu th so a 80, whelher asimula oaso of Malaria
>Y* -i . :\ t liiuhlitnt h ii * .ii- i.i-. ;vi mir??
lin.ui ul :t;l tlr- t.iMie i -. ut-. .1' If ti I dij
1 .1, i < . t.-t il Mlioii..\t\
? ' 1 '' "? V .
JiK} 't /. Wy I . -
.tnt/, i ii />tci, every
IHxraac known lu
Pioware of fraudulent imitations.
See that our Trade-Mark (same as above)
Henil for book "History of tho Microbe Kil
ler," given away bv J, T. DOI'tH.AS.
Solo Agent fur Marlboro County, S. C.
Jan. 0, 18110.
For Se w i n f/ Machines a tul the
Jiest, Aerdlcs for all Machines.
I would respectfully inform my friends
and tbe public generally that I am now
sole agent lor lin: sale ot' the obi reliable
Singer Sewing Machine. Will sell them
on the best plans-lease, installment or
straighout. They are on sale at the
stoic of J. 1*. Campbell in Uenncttsville
where they can be seen, or I will take
them by request; to any part ol the coun
ty, I will also take orders to supply
any part of a sewing macninc wanted,
and guarantee a perfect lit.
] can also furnish thc new button
hole attachment-somctbing every lady
.1.1 , "I Soo.
eclical Hard !
P?A?1E uud ivihg 'dfttotl per?
1 m a non i ly J Bennett iv
his thanks fur a li Hinge uti
hopos by strict attoutiuii ihtsin win
merit a continuation.
Besides SURGERY, OBSTETRICS
and the general prout icc of Medicine, 1
take pleasure in announcing to all that I
have, thoroughly equipped myself with
ibo latest and most improved instruments
for special ti eal mont of TR ANSKUSION
in CASKS of DANGEROUS II ICM CH
AO H, all THROAT, NOSK.and LUNG
CONSUMPTION specially TREAT*
Kl) upon ibo LATEST and MOST
PRO M ISINO Ti nOUKPUTI CS.
Parties in Bennet Isville will bc EX
AM IN Kl) and Tit MATE I) for any of
the abovo disensos at their own homes by
being requested lo so do. Those from a
distance ai my residence on Durliogton
Si root*-(ho ?osideueo lorinerly oojupied
by Mr. Carey T, Easlerling in Etist Ren
not (st ?Ile.
Calls in Day left at Breeden Sc Wells'
Drug Store will bo promptly alteuded to.
At night at my residence.
Chumos for EXAMINATION and
H R. FASTERLING, M- D"
M. Medico. Chi. Society Philo,
January I, 'S'.i
ls hereby given that I will proscenio
lo tho full extent of the law all infringe
ments upon my patent Cotton Stalk
('hopper. I. hear tliat some aro trying
it. WM. M. BREEDEN.
February IK I89O. -lin.
jj .. fa J. _fol
After duo cu,, i 1< i ition of thc lib?ral pntrouugo extended to tuc during
tho past liv*- yeuVs allowing thy minds' cyo to take a retrospective view ol'
the gradual financial progress and enlargement of my business since my loca
tion in Marlh .io- my heart wells up with gratitude to my many customers
nnd friends for i hair ready recognition of toy untiring dibits to establish a
reliable jewoby business in Bennottsville. Tho just criticisms of all those with
whom 1 have had dealings isa sullicictit guarantee of my honest and honorable
intentio..s, and jf l <,.? tiny of my employees, have by accident nnsrepreeonted
any goods sol-i ai
^CARROLL'S * JEWELRY * S?IRI^
during thc past fi vi years, I am not ottly willing but ready lo make good such
error. It is not >< itv and never lins bet ti my intention to attempt to hoodwink
my customer- by chilli ?hg lo sell goods at and below cost, but I do claim to sell
Hones! Goods al Reasonable Prices!
1 also claim to . di the same class of goods from 10 to f>0 per cent LESS
Aban city jeweler-?. There is no line of business that is so susceptible to thc
subtle machi hal i< >; H of unprincipled dealers as tho Watch and Jcwelry'busincss.
Owing to the fut", i1 al it is impossible for the shrewdest business man to cor
rectly estima i> tu: value of goods in our linc, wit limit previous application,
training an?! f lu- y il >s also true that it is a very ililli cull matter to conclusivo
ly prove t<i om < i to n i ors that wo give lull value for each dollar spent at our
pince ol' bu.'-in : bore fore, we can only reit?ralo our oft?, repeated and
always pructioi ! ort ?On, that in every instance and under all circumstances
our cusloiiK rs kV i 11 lind us
SJPT m ASD f HONEST!
Judi', i volume four hu.;?n?s.s i . ?i:'' past \oar wo hardly
think ii ooh any people i.? this eountv i . ? < -1? ii tc? I ns. by miling
to cull anti see our MAMMOTH JEWELRY A N1 ) ?S'< S GOODS
STORE, yet, i'-> Hit; information of old friends us well uci |uainliiucc?,
I wish to remit?' yeti that I am better prepared than eve < lo ipi) v. ?ur
wants in iii y lint*. Wo aro
HUDOU?RTKRS FOR PRESENTS OF ALL ?!
Dealer in Fine Gold and silver Watches.
Oii:V of Artistic Styles of Ornamental Jewelry!
A Mag!''! en I and Extensive ?ssorttii?nt lo Select From !
Again I ha 1 , >u ALL heartily for liberal patronage during past years, and
extending a eli d ii ?talion to call and see tue,
1 remain, your humble servant,
H. W. CARROLL,
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER ANO JEWELER;
Dealer i< \\ . < bel?, Clocks, Jewelry, .Silverware, Chinawarc, Lamp Goods,
Books, Station v C itlcry, Plush and General lenney Goods.
March ifttji; ?' . ?
m?NTIJ . Sj < ; THE CLOTH LNG BUSINESS ON A MUCH LARGER
%tP sonic, \yi Juli line of seasonable goods for men, boys and children.
Wc arc als ? licatiipiarlcrs for
rt- S JEK O 3E5 ?3
of thc best malo Zeiglor, Heiser, Bay State, J. B. Lewis' and other stand
ard makes. Qui Ktook-is alwaysfull, and wo seldom fail to furnish nny size
wanted, and bovin?; us we do direct from the manufacturers, and for cash, wc
offer every in lueoim nt--LOW PRICES FOB GOOD GOODS, THE VERY
BEST YALCK COR THE MON EY. Also, lull stock of
IN 1LEMENJS:i- FURNISHINGS"
Shirts, I ?. lorshirt.-i, Woolen Ovcrshirls, Boys Shirts, Children's Shirt-waists,
from lour ( I i 11 yoi s, Culls, Collars, Bows, Tics, Scarfs, &c. Alsc^
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Notions,
embracing v -lyl iii ? thal is useful. Our White Goods arc unusual1, Uruo
ti ve, rich in qua I i y,- style and price. We will show you thc very ein
patterns in --i",; han i, Sateens, Henrietta's and other Dress (Roods. Wc . n
early in th. market .nd, as early buyers do, have secured thc best ol eV'Ov
ri * 3E3C :J?L T JF?
.dil'.-. ?'. i a'lit! Cdi'' ?i, mnhracinj a .> the best styles
in wool, !u J; H m I?partmei o, wee) i in that we are ahead,
of nil i nu) il a personal iiispectioi convince you that our claim
io keep (?oil ilanUy oii 1 Hill stock of
is n IU.-I uti
Such ns LACON. LA?D, MOLASSES, SALT, FLOUR. MEAL
SUGAl: : (>: '/EE, TEA, STARCH, CANDLES, PEPPER,
SIMCC, SOAP, POTASH, LYE, AXLE GREASE,
HAMS, A?c., ?vc.
OUR il ?i?DWABB DEPARTMENT
! ALSO FULL AND COMPLETE.
Plows, Ii? - i, Trace Chains, Back Bands, and in fact everything
needed at lip ii o tint! m the farm.
We conti?' Ibo following brands: Big Ike, Bluejeans, Lucy Hinton,
Bull Frog. \\ ? also keep on hand a choice linc ol SEGA RS. Wo nUo have
a full linc n(
CHAIRS, BEDSTEADS, MATTRESSES,
BUREAUS, BED-BOOM AND PARLOR SETS.
(.'onie anti sta us, we will do you right.
Vt liai l'ituLY,
Bristow & Everett.
March 7, 1 ?
To Make lome Happy!
WE CAN HELP YOU.
Pianos and Organs to suit all classes ami conditions. Over 300 different styles.
I'M peen days test at your home. Satisfaction guaranteed, or no sale. Freight
money to apply 0:1 purchase. Book and stool free. Strictly ONE PK ICE to all.
Unifoi tn discounts to ministers, churches and music teachers. All instruments
shipped direct from thc Factory to thc customer.
Catalogues and Price hists mailed free to all applicants.
.J. D- KILIOUGH & CO.,
FLOUENCK, S C.
N. B-A first-class Piano Tuner and Repairer connected with the firm.
Jan ist, I890. _
254 7-8 Bushels of Corn Made on One Acre !
1 have boon olllcially notified that I am awarded the Grand Brizo of $500
in GOLD by each, tho American Agriculturist of Kow York und the Agricul
tural Department of South Carolina.
Seed Corn from above aero for salo at following pric<s: Ono fourth pound
25c. ; one pound, 75c. ; one pound and a half, 81 ; ono eighth of a bushel, 81 ;
ono*fourth bushel, $7 ; half bushel, $12 ; one bushel $20.
One ami two cents postage stamps taken for all orders under ooo dollar.
For all orders of ono dollar and over 1 will send my mode of preparation, fer
tili/.ation, cultivation, <&c.f and with all orders fin* $4 and over I will scud a
Photograph ol Aero of Corn.
1 lbink I have tho finest seed corn in ihe world, ns it produoes well with
more stalks on an acre than any other variety of largo corn I havo ever seen.
As the supply is limited, send in your 01 dors a*, once to
DKAKB P. O., Marlborough County, 8. C.
.! . i tia ry 31, 1890.
At F. Sf. Emanuel's Livery, Sale and Feed Stables you will
always lind a hearty welcome and plenty of room for stock?
He makes a specialty of
fe CHOP M?ll AND HOUSES g?
You will nhc, find a nice lino of CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, IIAB
NKS^j jilli PEES ami WHIRS, tu fiiot,ievei'ythiug Ipr a nice, t-hovy
ti--:- ' Wi.vu y.?n como to town -WK for E M A ri UK I /S 1 STABLES?, '""
Corner Chevusv and I hirlinglon street.*.
January 1st, 1890.
F. M. EMANUEL.
m FAYETTEVILLE m~
Chas. A. Goodwin, Prop,
(LAUDBH'S OI.I> STAND,)
FAYETTEVILLE ZN". G
Monuments und Tombstones cither in Marule or gran
ite at prices thu.' defy competition.
Consult your interest hy calling u. writing for designs
land prices. ALL Work delivered FREE at your
nearest depot ELLKKHU POWERS, at Bcnncttsville, is my local
agent for Marlboro County.
Sepi. .^G, 1888.
?PE0IAL FORMULAS 0OMPOUNDED.
1 PURE PINE GROUND RAW BONE.
4 to 5 A m mouin,
22 to 21 Phos. Acid.
48 to ;V2 Bono Phosphate,
PUKE DISSOLVED HAW HONK
5 lo 4 per cent, ammonia,
2S io 32 por cont. Avail, bono Phosphate,
No. 1 DISSOLVED HAW DONE.
S (0 3J per cent. Ammonia,
2.0 to SO per cent. Avail. Bone Phosphate.
Sfa^ Super Phosphate, for Tobacco; Anim in in tod Dono Suttor Phos, for all Crops;
Pure Fine Ground Raw Bono : Dissolved South Carol i ha Bone Phosphate;
Hird Cunno and Potash, for Corn ; Super Phosphate of Limo ;
Ground Sulphate of Soda; Sulphate nf Magnesia ;
Sulphate of Ammonia, 25 per cent ; Sulphate of Po tn sh ;
Kainit, Muriate of Potash, KO to 81 per cent ;
Nitrate of Soda, '.iii to 08 per cent.
BONE BLACK, FISH. BLOOD, MEAL. ACIDS.
All grades Carbonated Guanoes. All goods guaran t*ed what they aro
represented to ho. Send for prices before buying. Small grain special.
M ANUFACTURERS AGT.
CHARLESTON, S. 0
l?KI?Kft ?.OW FOlt XI ON EMT UOOD8.
person who own* ;> foot of huid or cultiv?tes rt plant AHnYtlit have a c?pv. S?nl?H on receipt o? io cents, wldci?
amount may bc UcJuctcil noni first order. AHRIDOKD CATALOOUB KKK ii.
JAMBS VICK, SEEDSMAN, Rochette, N. Y.