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VOL. XIV.
BENNETTSVILLE, S. O?, JULY ll, 1890.
MAIL "AMAZEMENTS.
Arrives-Southern mail vi?. Soojoty Hill
arrives daily, at 12 p tn.
Leaves-Daily, at 6 UO o'clock, u tu.
Arrives-*Northern undi via Greensboro,
N. U., arrives daily at 0.45 p m
. Leaves- Daily,'at 8 20o'ol6ok, s.'uu.
Arrives -Jrto'ohoiih, ll?ttlllllatyl D?ake
arrives dailt' aP 12 O'clock,
Leaven-Daily at O' ? clock a. m.
Jjcaves- Bonnettsvillo to Chcraw, via
Dargan and Quick, Tuesdays
and Saturdays, at 7 a. m.
Arrives-Samo days at ? p. in.
Leaves-Ilennettsvillo to Lauriuburg via
Pearson, Ilrightsvillo, Adams
ville and Newtonvillo, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, at 7.30.
Arrives-Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day at 3.30.
Ilennettsvillo post-offico opens at 7
o'clock, a m., and ojosos at 5 n m.
AM mails opened aud distributed upon
arrival.
jir*r~ Monoy Order business cloaos on Sat*
UruttyS, at 22 ?'v?ooK, :".
T. L. CHOSLAND, P. M,
RAILROAD aUIBE.
Gape Fekr and Yadkin Vallov R. IX,
drains moving North.
Pn?s. and Mail. '? Freight and Pal?.
8 20 a lu Loavo Bonnottsvillo . 0.16 a in
ll 35 it in Arrivo Maxton S.35 n m
il 4ft it ut Loavo Maxton 0.25 tv lu
7 36 a tn Arrivo 1?' tty otic villo 2.05 p tn
2 16 p :u Loare " <. 00 a ni
.'I l>'.i p iu Leave Sanford 2 15 p in
(5 Ul p ut Arrivo Uroensboro 8 00 p ni
7 10 p m Luavo " ? 20 a in
10 15 p tit Arrivo *>.. Airy 5 00 p ui
No. 1-Uroakfafit at Fiiyottoyiljo,
Dinner at Urcousboro.
Train? moving South.
Pius, and Mail. Freight and Acooin
5 -ir) a m Leave Mt. Airy 5 30 a m
O 15 a m Arrive Greensboro 1 15 a m
u 50 a m Leave (j reensboro 7 00 tx m
12 33 p m Leave Sanford :' 2 15 p m
2 10 p m v\.rrivc Fayetteville 5 25 p m
3 3i) p m Louve Fayetteville 7 45 a m
5 20 pm Arrivo Maxtor; 12.30 p m
5 30 p in Leave Maxton 1 05 p m
G 45 p in Arrive Bennet'svillo 3 40 p m
Passenger and Mail Southbound break
asl at Greousboro and dinuer atSauford.
Factory Branch,-* Freight tb Passenger.
THAIN MoviNu fl um ii
Loavo Mlllboro 7.25 a ni
Arrivo OroouHboro V.00 a in
Lavo Gri'.oiisboro 10.10 a tn
Arrivo Mudison 12.35 p
THAIN MOVING HOUT11.
Loavo Madison nt I. li) p in
Arrivo Orconsboro 4 00 p m
l-oav? <i m cm: boro 4.40 p in
Arrive Millboro " ll.66 p in
Ptusougor and Mail Train runs daily oxcopt
Sundays.
Freight and Accommodation Train runn
from linn mitts vi 1 Us to Fayoltovillo Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays; from Fayottovillo to
IJomiotUvillo on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays; from Fayetteville to O reensboro on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; from
Grioneboro to Fayetteville on Tuesdays, Thurs
days and (Saturdays; front Greensboro to
Mt. Airy on Mondays, Wodnosdsys and
Frida, 8.
Traill B on Factory and Mad ?con Brnnohos
ruu daily except Sunday.
W. E KYLE,
Got?. Pass Agont.
J. W. FUY"
oouural Superintendent.
/it/antic Coast Line.
North Eastern R. R. of S. 0.
CONDENSED SCHEDULE.
TUA INS OOINO SOUTH.
Dated April 20th, IMO.
Lo Florence
" Kingstroe
Ar. Lanes
Lo. Lanes
Ar Charleston
No.27|No.23
A. M. A. M.
?1.361 ???.30
2 20, 11.10
2.50 10.07
2.60| 10.07
5.001 11.50
No. 63
P. M.
?7.50
?.30
Train on C. A D. lt. lt. connects at Floroucu
with No. 23 Train.
THAIN? OOINO NOltTII.
Le Charleston
Ar. Lanos
Lo Lanes
Le Eiligst reo
Ar Florenco
No.78
A. M
?1.20
3.00
3.00
3.17
4.2l?|
No.ll
P. M
*1 30
0.211
ti 2'J
<( 40
7.56
No. 5 2
A. M.
*7.00
8.27
* Daily. "I" Daily except Sunday.
No. 52 run through to Columbia via
Central lt. It. of fi. C.
Nos. 78 nnd 14 run solid to Wil
mington, N. C., making olos'o connection
with W. & W. It. It. for all point* north.
J. lt. KEN LY, .INO. P. DIVINE,
Ass't Gou'l Manager, Goii'l Supt.
T M. EMERSON, Oon'l PUBB. Agt.
WADMSBOUO', N. (J., SPECIAL.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY,
North bound. South bound.
Leave- Leave
Charleston 4 00 p. nt. Wadosboro' 0.00 n. 111.
Lano's 0.11p.m. Cheraw 7.30 a. in.
Floronco 8.10 p. m. Floronco (1,00 a. m.
Uhoraw 0.43 p. in. Lutio's t0.37 a. m,
\fr\v(>- Arrivo
rVadosboro' 11.00 p.m. Charleston 12.30 p.m
Cars run through botweon Charleston and
Wadesboto'. Those trains make olosc cornice,
tion at Wadosboro' with East ami West bound
Pifsengcr trains over tho Carolina Central
lt it i I road.
T. M. EMERSON, Gen. Pass. Agt.
TOHN F. DIVINK, Gen. Supt
Insure your Houses
againt fire, lightning,
cyclones and wind
storms.
For further particulars apply to
J?. r, JOHNSON, Agent,
l?cnncttsvillo, S, C.
March 31st, 1890,
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
NORW MARLBORO CIRCUIT APPOIHIMEHTS FOR 1890.
Hov. J. L. Ray, I?, C.
First Sunday.
Ebeoozor 10.30 a. m., Shilo 4-00 p. m.
Second Sunday.
Oak Grove 10.30a. m" Now Hope 4.00
p. m.
Third Sunday.
Shilo 10.30 a. m., Ebenezer 4.00 p. m,
Fourth Sunday.
New Hopo 10.30 a. m., Oak Grove 4.00
p. Ul.
Pleasant Hill 10.30 a. in., on Saturday bc
toro tho second Sunday and 10.30 a- m.,
Otb Suuday.
BRICIITSYIllE CIRCUIT APPOINTMENTS FOR 1800.
BKV. o, M. novo, 1?, c.
B?thol Uland 3d Sunday ll a.m.
Antioch 1st und 3rd Sunday 3 p. m.
Boykin 2nd and 4th Sunday 11 a. m.
Jirocdcu't. Uhapcl 2d aud 4th 3 p. m.
APPOINTMENTS FOR BINNE??SVILLE CIRCUIT.
lltiV. W. II, KIKTON, 1'. C.
Beauty Spot, 2nd and 4th Sunday 11 a. m.
Smyrna, 2nd and 4th Sunday 3 p. m.
Piuo Grove, 3rd and 1st Sunday lia, in.
MoColl, 3rd and 1st Suuday 3 p. tn.
APPOINT MERIS FOR BLENHEIM CIRCUIT,
UKV. J. A. POttTEH 1?. 0.
Hebron 1st and 3rd Sunday at 11 a m.
Ebouezer 1st and 3rd Sunday at 3 p. m.
Parnassus 2nd aud 4th Sunday at 11 a. m.
/iou 2nd aud 4th Sunday at 3 p. tn.
TOWN CHURCHES.
MICTHODIST-Kev. J. NV. Danial,Pastor
Sunday School 4.00 p. m. Preaching ut
ll.(JU a. m., and 8.00 p. in. Prayer-meet
ing Wednesday afternoon at i o'clock.
Supt. S. S., 10. ?S. Carlisle.
BAPTIST-Hov. B. N. Pratt Pastor
Preaching 11.00 a. m., l?.00 p. m. Sunday
School every Sunday morning at 0.110
Prayer meeting Thursday evening, at-1.00
o'clock. Supt. S. S., C. IL Jordan.
PltKSUYTKUlAN-Hov. W. B. Corbett
pastor. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 3,80
u. m. Sunday School at 0.30 A. M. Pray
er-mooting on Tuesday afternoon at 4.00
o'clock. Supt. S. S.,T. li, Dudley.
3WCASOMIO DIRECTORY.
MAIUJBOHO CHAPTER No. 30, H. A. M.
Meets at Clio on Friday, on or after
each full moon, at 3 o'clock in the attcr
noon. J. C. DUNBAR,
M. E. il. P.
J. E. MCLEOD, Secretary.
EUREKA LODGE, KO. 43, A. F. M., ADAMSYILLE,
Convonoa cadi Suturduy afternoon boforo
thu full moon, ut 4 o'clock.
L. lt. EAHTKHUIIO, AV. M.
W. J. Adams, Secretary.
AURORA LOOCE, NO. 33, A. F. M. CLIO,
Meets Saturday ou or uftor oaoh full moor,
at S o'clock, p. m.
Jons MAXNINO, Wi M.
B. T, COVINGTON, Secretary.
MARLBORO LOOCE NO. 88, OEHNETTSVILLE,
Convenes eaoh Friday ovening on or boforo
tho full moon at S o'clock.
C. S. MCCALL, AV. M.
T. I. Hogora, >Socretary.
BRUNS LODGE, NO. 18, A. h M. PARNASSUS,
Mcota Satuiday on or boforo o:ioh full moon
at S o'clock, p. m.
AV. 13. Ai.ron?, AV. M.
C. D, Hoger?, Secrotary.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
TIIOS. B. DU ULEY, HOPE II. NEWTON.
KUDLEY & NEWTON,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
BENNETTSVII.I.E, S. C.
Will practico in the Courts of the
Fourth Circuit and in the United States
Courts. I Feb. 14, '80.
TOWNSEND & MCLAURIN,
?iL Attorneys at Law,
BUNNETT8\R 11,1,1:, S. C
KOT O?Tioc ovor J. P. EVOICU'H Store.
TOWNSEND ic MCLAUMN & Po 1,1,0CK.
Attorneys at Law,
Cheraw, S. C.
KNOX LIVINGSTON,
ATIOIINKV AT LAW,
ll 0 ri ti c 11 8 v i 11 0 , S. C.
KNOX LIVINGSTON, EDAVAHD M'lA'Elt
LIVINGSTON & McIVER,
Attorneys at Law,
Chcrav, - - So. Ca.
BS W. BOUCHIER,
X . Ailornoy at Law,
B 0 n n 0 11 s v i I 1 0 , S . C
Office on Darlington St., west of
the (Jouit House.
m I. ROGERS,
j& * Attorney at Law,
B o n n 0 Vt s v i l l o, S . C .
JOt?>,J,()flice in thc Court House-front
room on the right.
cw. snipp,
O? Attornoy at Law,
Chciaw, S. C.
Will practice in the Courts of Ches
terfield and Marlboro Counties.
ILTON MCLAURIN,
Attorney td Law and Trial Justice,
Bonnottsvillo, S. C.
Prompt atlcnlion given lo ibo collec
tion of claims. Agricultural Liens fore
closed.
T. E, DUDLEY,
0 COMMISSIONKR OP AFFIDAVITS
For tho State of Norlh Carolina.
H?irOall on him at Bcnucttsvillo, S. C.
COUNTY CONVENTION.
SCORE MARLBORO FOR TILLMAN !
A SOLID TILLMAN DELEGATION TO THE
STATE CONVENTION-OPPOSED TO A
STATE PRIMARY-DELEGATES TO
CONGRESSIONAL CONVENT ION
COUNTY OFFICERS TO BE NOMINATED
II Y PRIMARY.
BENNUTTSVILLE, S. C., July 7, 185)0.
The County Convention met in thc
Court House nt ll o'clock, A. M,
Ulis day (incl was called lo order by
the County Chairman, lion. C. S.
McCall, Kev. John A.. Porter open*
cd tho meeting with prayer. The
Pr?sident then called the roll of dele
gates from tho several olubd as fol
lows :
ADAMSV1LLE.
J B (treen, I) J Kasterling, L II
Engerling, J P Bunch, J AV Wil
liams, J D Watson, A 0 Pcnrson, J
K Flotchor, T M Adams, J F Breed
en, I* Mnugtun, W D Mooro, lt J
Adams.
BROWNSVILLE.
AV F Kinney, AV T Bogers, AV B
Drake, J T Donaldson, 0 1? Hodges.
.1 P Tart, P C ll en ly, J M Hays, AV
M Hood, John Wisc.
BHIGHTSYILLH.
K AV Odom, E W Goodwin, Jr.,
II K Odom, James A Mcluiiis, ll AV
Wingate, C J Stanton, .1 B Stubbs,
Wm. Calder, James Murphy, A
OTuel.
HENNETTSVILLIi.
AV D Evans, Joe II David, AV
Turlington, AV J Pate, 0 E Moore,
J II Sampson, Ira Bounds. Joh h L
McLuurin, T S Evans, P C Emanuel,
Alex McKinnon, J M Howell, J P
Driggcrs.
UEBTtON.
Levi Ivoy, John Barrentine, Thos
Bennett, J T Covington, 10 T Cov
ington, J J .iones, D P McQuago,
E W Smith, W H Manning.
CLIO.
T N Edens, H M Stackhouse, S P
Wright, J C Dubbar, Sr., J C Mcllao,
J C AVoodley, James II Stanton,
Welcome Quick, Samuel Driggcrs,
J A Calhoun.
KED BLUFF.
J J Graham, J F McLaurin, Dr
J H Lane, McD. Morrison, T ll
Beatbca,
REI) BILL.
J D Hill, D S John, C Crosland,
J M Tart, P A Turnage, 1* A Bounds,
John Thomas, W T llcynolds, A T
Odom.
SMITHVILLE.
N L Swott, Jno II Pogues, Jacob
Hollinan, Mi IC Coward, Lewis Brig
man, T B Hollinan, J IJ Irby, Elisha
Pipkin.
A quorum being present, the Presi
dent declared the convention open
for business.
Tho President, Col. C. S. McCall,
then, i ti a neat little speech, thanked
the Democracy of Marlboro for their
honored and faithful co-operation
with him in thc work of the past, and
wishing thom the namo hearty suc
cess in the futuro, declared that it
was bis wish to retiro from public po
sition tor tho prescitt. Capt. John B.
Creon was then nominated for Coun
ty Chairman, and elected by accla
mation.
On motion of Hon. AV. D. Evi.ns,
tho thanks of tho Democratic party
of Marlboro wero tendered Hon. C.
S. McCall for bis faithful service as
County Chairman since 1876.
Mr. Chas. Crosland was olected
Secretary and proceeded to read thc
cull for thc County Convention.
On motion of J . F. Breeden, thc
Presidents of tho several Domocrntic
Clubs were constituted thc Exccuiivo
Committee as f Hows :
Bcnncttsvillc-W. D. Evans.
Brighisvillc-J. S. Li lcd.
Ked Hill-J. D. Hill.
Bcd Bl??M. J. Graham.
Olio-T. N. Edens.
Adumsville-- J. P. Bunch.
Smithville-N. L. Swott.
Brownsville-W. F. Kiuney.
Hebron-Levi lvey.
Thc following resolutions offered
by Onpt. J. L. MoLnurin in one of
his tolling speeches, ably supported
by Messrs. AV. D. Evans and J. P.
Bunch, were adopted :
WHEREAS, The farmers o? the State
in the Convention ol March, IH90, adop
ted a platform of principles, embodying
measures ol reform in political matters,
and certain cardinal doctrines, and
whereas such action at this time is
deemed not only necessary, but expe
dient, for thc advancement "of thc true
interests ol the State, and whereas sys*
tematic and untiring efforts arc being
made to defeat thc Farmers' ltctorin
Movement, so as to perpetuate a politi
cal oligarchy. Therefore bc it
Resolved, That this convention en
dorses thc platform of the March Con
vention ano its exponent, Captain B. H.
Tillman, lor Governor, and thal our
delegates to thc State nominating Cons
vention be instructed to vole for Capt.
B. ll. Tillman, fust, last, and all the
lime.
Resolved, That wc condemn thc State
Executive (Jonunitlee ia culling another
State Convention in thc middle of tlie
campaign, thus trying to trick thc peo
ple out ol their choice, and entailing
extra expense unoa an already burden
ed people, and that our delegates bc in.
structcd to vote against Primary at the
August Convention.
Resolved, That our delegates elected
to thc Congressional Conven lion lor thc
District be instructed to vole for thc
nomination ol a candidate who is tully
in accord with thc Farmers' Movement,
and who endorses thc action of the
March Convention, and also of the St.
Louis Farmers' Convention.
Resolved, That wc request thc Execu
livc Committee to only allow candidates
lor Htate offices to address us on July
15th.
Jtaohcd, That we condemn the bit
terness and venom ot 'Jhc Nexos and
Courier, and that wc commend to thc
people thc bold and fearless ? stand the
Charleston ll'orld has taken tor them.
Tho plun of nomination county
oillcers was then voted upon, and thc
primary plan adopted.
Tho time and rules for thc govern
ment of tho santo was loft with JOxec
U?VG Committee.
The delegates to the 8'ato Conven
tion lo be held in September, with in
structions to attend the August Con
vention, were then nominated and
elected, ns follows: Capt, John ll.
(?icen, Hon. W. I). Evans, Hon. T.
N. Edens, C. P. Hodges, Kev. N. L.
Swelt, Dr. J. li. Napier.
Each del?galo pledged his support
for li. ll. Tillman first, last, and all
thc time.
The following delegates lo Ibo Con
gressional Convention were then elec
ted : Chas. Crosland, J. P. Bundi,
Willis Turlington, John Ba iron tine,
Thus. Bennett, J R. Peguen.
Tho convention then adjourned,
HEN IN RED HILL.
EDITOR MARLBORO DEMOCRAT
Red Hill Democratic Club ?aet; Julys,
elected its old officers, a solid Tillman
delegation to thc County Convention,
adopted, thc convention instead ot the
primary plan, which was lollowcd hy
loud cheers for Tillman by every mem
ber of thc Club. The anti's were in a
very large minority.'
Wc Tillman men are democrats,
And arc true as steel can be;
Helorm wc want, reform we'll have,
And have il free from "nngster's" salve.
Wc can't bc bought, nor can't bc sold,
Neither thc young, nor e'en thc old ;
"Farmers are fools," thc ring men said,
Bul this is taffy, and is dead.
The anti's will be apt to sec,
That they'll trom "ring rule" have to lice;
They can't elect their ringster men,
But we'll elect dear Captain Ben.
Farmers all want that which is right,
And for it they will always tight;
They want some meat, and not all bone,
That they may grow and get full grown.
We want free money-silver, cold ;
Ringslers oppose it, wc are told ;
But wc will have it our way,
By working for it night and day.
We've got thc inside track to-day,
So ring men and ring papers say ;
If this new statement is a fact,
lt proves that there's no outside track.
'Tis strange, and we can't think it right,
For those who're wrong to rule lor spite,
And rule for their own pockets too,
And rob thc Gentiles and the Jew,
If men who're sanctified should cling
To thc wrong, and to the ring,
They should bc named old Bill Paddy,
Who'd tell more lies than his daddy.
"I promise you that I will do,"
And tail to do it, is so true,
And such a course will trouble bring,
in or out of any ring.
B. R. Tillman takes the lead,
And will get the thing wc need,
When he sits on that big chair,
In Columbia's bracing air.
******
We must watch both State and Nation,
And must work like all creation,
And it must meet our approbation,
To stick together in our relation.
SPIN I.
Red Hill, S. C., July S, 1800.
-+?-?*
EUi'?PSY.
This is what you ought to havo, in fnob,
you must havo it, to fully onjoy lifo.
ThoiiBimdR aro searching for it daily, mid
I mourning because they find lt not. Thou .
Hands upon thousands of dollars aro njicnt
annually by our pooplo In tho hopo that
they may attain this boon, And yet it
may ho had hy all. Wo guamntoo that
Electric Bitters, If iiRod according to dir6o
tlona and the uso permuted in, will bring
you good digeation and oust tho demon
Dyspepsia and hiPtall intend Eupopsy. Wo
recominond Kl.KCTiuc BlTTRRS for Dys
pepsia and all dlaonsos of Liver, Stomnoh
and Kidnoyii. Sold at 500. and $1.00 por
bottlo, at Jontllngo' Pharmacy.
OUR MOW STA TIO.
OKLAHOMA, 8. O., July lat, 1890.
EDITOR DKMOOKAT :-Wo never
soo anything in your paper from
our tori tory. Wo think tor a now
country just oponed up wo aro get
ting along finely. Wo had some
trouble with tho natives in tho first
of tho your, establishing claims ;
since thou everything has been
working splondid, and our crops
will compare with any around, but
they aro Buffering for rain. Hogs,
cattlo, buffaloes and other wild ani
mals gave us considerable trouble
in the spring. The stock law ?B
not as strictly observe'd herc as it
is in older settled sections of tho
county. Boodle Jake comos in tho
toritory occasionally and livens up
things for ne. We all know some
thing is up when we seo Jako. A
short time ago he had a horse steal
iug scrape, and it was not long be
fore ho got tho wrong bull by tho
horns und carried him over the
Great Pee Pee. Jake is a wiso
fellow, and will always como ont
all right if ho has a chance to talk.
Ile don't fear the law any more
than Tillman does the d-1. Till
man, that reminds me of politics,
and they tell UR ho is tho fellow
that is going to bo Governor. Poli
ties, Oh ! my beautiful Oklahoma,
the land of t ho free, and all that's
lovely ; has it come to thia, that all
our highways and hodges have got
to be tramped and scouted by can
didates and politicians ? lt is upon
us, mid we will do our duty, but
bad rather be attacked by all the
tribes around us-C h o c t a w s,
Chickasaws, Cheyennes, Coman
ches and Cherokees.
Wc aro a long ways off from
headquarters, and are amazingly
in a mixed condition, and stand in
need of some sparkling, brilliant
light, and we come publicly into
your private presence und ask that
sonic refulgent, rays be cast about
us that wo may usher out of dark
ness into light. .Away back here,
we aro hemed in, hedged out, and
completely bewildered and lost iii
thc fog. In tact sir, wo don't know
whero we aro, where we have been,
nor whero we will bo if wo get
there, and wo hoar there are some
in your town in tho same lix. The}7
don't know whether they aro dem
ocrats, d?magogues, truo blues,
sore heads, Ecabs or what. Good
authority says thar niau is wonder
fully and fearfully made. Accord
ing to other authority, wo are won
derfully, fearfully and wofully
mixed. The sumo authority gives
out, that when we are right, we
aro wrong and when we aro wrong
wo aro right. Did you ever ?
Men and brethren, what shall we
do to bo saved ? Every two years
tho old Ship of State totters and
almost sinks. A littlo March gust
struck tho old Ship in Columbia,
and such a howl went up all over
the land, Oh, wo aro lost, lost!
John Fetor is going to throw
down thc paddles next Novomber,
but three good men are wading
ont with outstretched arms, and
all say thay can save tho old bout
-Earle, Tillman and Brutton.
Earle is a long fellow, and a good
wader, but he ia just two years too
lato. Tho ''anti's" let him get too
ripe before they pulled him. Two
years ago Tillman and others
wanted him to accopt tho nomina
tion, but ho didn't want to bo in
anybody's way. If the signs in
my almanac are true, ho is not in
anybody's way now.
In olden times just before tho
children of Israel got thoro, ono
from each (Hbo was sent over to
view the piomised land. Now, the
Benjaminiteo have sclcctod Ben,
and ho has been over and looked
around, and says ho likes it, and
wants to go to ?tay, and ho is go
ing. Now, all that wants to go,
must join the tribe Of Benjamin] tes.
Ben ia going to get tho nomina
tion, and I have heard some ono
say they would vote for a bull dog
or devil if ho was nominated.
There is no uso trying to nominate
tho old gentleman, Bon says he is
not afraid of him. 1 don't think
you could get him now, any wa}'.
Congress is in session you know,
and die could not possibly como
down. Ile may send down some
help to assist tho politicans and
King as Ben calls it. I am sorry
Gon. Bratton let the boys fool him
eo ; ho is brought out by the politi
cians only as wedge ; thc poor old
follow will bo drivon in and mash
ed to death ; ho will not make
good wedge wood. My friends, if
on want to "git tharo," join tho
and ; fall in with the tribe of
Bcnjaminites. Mark tho predic
tion ; a (?uart of coon skins to a
pint of flea's oyeo, beforoono month
a sore throat will bo tho result of
whooping up tho farmers' movo,
and onoeyed Ben. Koop cool
boY6 ; soinobody will havo a hi;/
mess of crow to out after tho olcc
t i Oil.
Nl?D GoRIMiN.
July 7th, 1890.
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ADAMSVILLK CLUH.
Tho Adainsvillo Democratic Club
mot on Saturday, duly 5, end elected
J. B. Green, President ; J. P. lluncb,
Vice-Prcsidont, and J. D. Fletcher,
Secretary.
After tho election of delegates to
tho County Convention the following
pronmblo and resolutions were odored
and unanimously adopted :
Whereas, we believe that thc neces
sity for reform is great in thc adminis
tration of thc affairs of this State, thal
certain abuses exist which can be reme
died liy a change in our chic! executive
officer, tbcrclorc be it
Resolved ist. That wc, the Adams
ville. Democratic Club, endorse the ac
tion ot thc March Convention, heartily
believing in the platlorm ot" principles
lor reform, as set torth in said conven
Mon. '
Resolved, 2nd. That wc will do all in
our power to secure thc nomination ol
Capt. 1). It. Tillman tor Governor in the
September Convention.
Resolved, 3rd. That we pledge our
selves to support thc regular Democratic
nominee of thc parly, let it bc whom it
may.
Resolved 4th. That wc note with re
ll.n " ,., I "I, i?, ?... O,.,II,,..,.. ...
gi ci mc ?mu laKcn tty oenaioi II.IUIJIH.HI
against thc '"armers' Movement, its
candidate and his friends, wdio have
honored him so much, so often and so
lom,, ami we condemn thc same.
Resolved, 51b. That wc will use our
best efforts to secure to thc candidates
lor State officers a lair and impartial
hearing in our county at our coming
campaign meeting.
Tho following resolution hy Mr. II.
C. Newton was offered and adopted :
Resolved, That our delegates to thc
County Convention bc instructed to ad
v?cale and support a change in the
finies for the government of Primary
Elections so that section 12 bf the same
shall read, "I believe in thc principles
of true Democracy,'' instead ol "I be
lieve in thc principles ot thc Democratic
Party."
Resolved, That the proceedings of
thc meeting be published in thc county
papers.
J. ll. GRKKX,
Chairninu.
J. D. FLETCHER, Secretary.
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Tine CANADIAN QUI?HN,
Toronto, Ont.
A.Romarkablo (Jaso From Illinois.
"I suffered for five years with Mercurial
Rheumatism, which was tho result of
potash and niorcurial troatmo>it by. physi
cians, for constitutional Mood Poison.
Thoy not only failed to euro mo hut mudo
mo a physical wreck and my life ?1 burdon,
I then commenced taking Swift's Specific
(S.S. S ) and after using a fo.v battles
was entirely cured of tho Khoiiniutisin,
which tho doctors brought on hy their
remedies, and tho Blood Poison which
they failed to cure. I cheoifully com- j
mend S. S. S lo auy ono similarly allliet
od." JOHN II. LYM?B, SO cnto, lil.
NO TRACK l.UVT,
Mr. and Mrs. Litcll, of Huntinghurg,
Ind., Baya : "That about ono year ugo,
their littlo girl wau ontiroly cured of un
annoying eruption of tho skin and a local
blood disordor, hy the use of threo bottles
of S, S. S. There is no tinco of tho skin
discaso left, and tho blood has been in
perfect order over since, and tho general
health of thc child was hover as good as
now. They will take pleasure in answer
ing any lottors regarding tho child's case."
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WKST POINT, MISS.
I used half do/.on bottles of Dr. West
morland's Calisaya Tonio with tho hap
piest offect, having been an invalid for
eight month?i, ?uf?orhig nidst of ino time j
fiom Chronic Malarial Toxiomia. I would
recommend it as ono of tho host Touios
that I havo ovor seen, and admirably
adapted to tho ehoraetcr of malarial trod?,
bios in this seotion.
Vory respectfully,
T. W. Simm M., M. D.
For salo at Jennings' Pharmacy and ot
J, T. Douglas* Drug Storo.
Scrofula is nu impurity of tho blood
willoh produces unsightly bunpts or nwoll
ing, whioh, ncoumulntiug in tho glands of
tho nook, causes painful running sores on
tho arms, logs or foot, which dovclops ul?
core in tho oyen, earn or noso, often caus
ing blindness nnd deafness Tako P. P.
P. (Prickly Ash, Poko Hoot and PotaT>
siam). It lins proved itsolf tho most re
markable of all blood purifiers,
Tlll'J TO NU UK
"Tho bo li otos 8 tongue, ni sundi nu .'. weak,
Cnn emili mut kill," declared tho (Irook.
"Tim tongue destroys h groa tor horde,"
Tho Tink assorts, "limn dotti tho sword."
Tho l'ci slim proyorb wisely saith,-?
"A lengthy tourac, illili carly (lentil ;"
Or sometimes takes Ibis flinn instead:
" Don't lot your tongue eut ?li ymir hoad,"
"Thc tongue ca? spunk ti word whom spuod,"
Says tho ChlitoKO. ''outstrips jour .stood;"
While A rn b stigos thus ini|>art :
"Tho tongue'.-' g reit I ktorohou^O is tho henri."
From Mehrow wit tho inixim sprung,
"Thongli foot .should slip, no'or tho longue."
'1'ii? suero I writer crowns '.ho whole :
"Who kcopH hi? tooloo dolli koop hid ?oui."
-Woman's Journal.
AN INVITATION.
MR. KIHTOR:-IMotiso announce
thron-di k\\Q CoHunOB of y OUI* ptlpor
bliat I liavc been ord?tod by tho
County Con volition of Ria ri boro
County to invite all tho candidates
for State ofticoB to address tho
Muss Mooting to lie held here on
tho loth of July, and that no
other speakers arc expected or de
sired ou that occasion.
J. li. GREEN,
County Chairman.
Bonhottsvillo, ?S, O ,' July T, 'UO.
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Tho iii" ?Ho A&'1<vii.'ion.
If Gen. Earle had been nomi
nated in 18SS for Governor by tho
P??n?eHitio State Con von tim" in
stead of Gov. Richard sot? w< . mid
have been sparc! the boated politi
cal canvass through which wo tiro
passing. The people d oin anded a
chango then, but ouv load ors re
fused to give it to thom, and this
year the people arc going lo em
phasize that demand by electing
Ti 11 than^Orangobur g Times and
Democrat.
iNHEttiav??w ?iiioon POISON.
(low iiinnv people lhere ?ire whoso distress
fruin sor< s indies, pubis mid oril|)tlvo Icnden
oios nro, ?iue lo inherited blood poiron. Hint
blood pisses from parent tooblld, nnd lt there,
(oro ii thc dilly of husbiuid ftinl wifo lo keep
(heir bl?od puro. This ls easily iieooinpHshod
hy ii timely Uso ot B. 1!. tl. (flotanio Hlooil
Balm). Send lo IMood Balm Co., Athintn, for
hook of moil co ii vt nobler proof.
.1 lillies Hill, Atilinta, (lu,, writes : "My two
sons worn <tfilleted willi hlood poison,'...willoh
doctor? said ivns hereditary. They botfc'hrok ei
out in sores and eruptions, which lb ll. 1!.
promptly con trolled and finally curod com
pletely."
Mrs, M. Williams, Slimly, Texas, writes :
"My I li rca poor ntllbtol children, who tnhorl?
tod blood pi'isvm, li!>vc (inproved r pldlv lifter
u uso ff C. ll. ll, lt ls n Godi'cnd.','
J.,H. Wil niii, (Men Alpine Sinti, n, N. C.,
Fob. Mt, ISSj, writes j "Dono IUI<. blood poi
son forced mo to hiivo my leg iiuipmiiuil, nnd
on Oin stump there, ennui n Iorgo ulcer, willoh
grew iy?r?o overii day until dooti rs ,^nvo mo
up to die. I only weilt al : !l) pounds when 1.
bogan lo lr.Ko M. l.t. lb, mid 13 hold's in
creased my weight to 180 pounds -ind ojiido mo
sound mid well, I never knev what good
health was hefore."
THE PULPIT AND THE ST ) GE.
Hov. V. M. Sh rout, Pastor foiled
Urethren Church, Bl itu M minti, Kan ,
says : "1 feel it my ?Inly to loll winn,
wonders Dr, King's Mew Discovery has
ibuic for nie. My bungs were badly dis
eased, und my pnrisltioiiers thought T
could live only it low weeks. 1 tonk (ive
bottles of Di. King's Now Discovery and
am sound nnd well, gaining '2C> lbs. in
weight."
Art bur Love, M nil riger Lovo's Funny
Folks Combination, writes : ''Alter a
thorough trial and convincing evidence,
1 nm confident Dr, King's. New Discpvs
cry for Conduin p! iou, bea's 'cm nil, nnd
cunos whon everything el.io fails, 'flin
grout en kindnevs I eui do my many
thous md fr io nds is to urge them to try
it. Kron niid bo.ties at Jennings' Phar*. '
macy, Hcgulav nw)af>oo, nnd $1.00,
UKI) UPBHSrUb PAIll.
Tho following premiums opon to Marl
boro hy the Fair Association for tho An
nual Fair to bo bold August 15 and 16:
$5 for tim fi noni girl bnhy over 6 months
nnd undor -i years,
A lino umbrella to the young man 21
years of ago who eau bhow tim highest
mark of punctually al Sunday Mellool du
ring 1SS9.
Ono Carolina plow to ibo person who
exhibits a stalk of cotton with the. ! .rgCSb
number of bolls,
:?io for tho finest colt undor 2 .rs,
$5 for tho lieut th spiny ol poultry.
$5 lo tim young man 21 yeats of ago
who has never indulged in intoxicating
drinks.
A rooking clink to the finest baby.
Marlboro should compote for these pre
miums und tn kp them too. We hopo to
hoar of a number for l.'.io grand exbibit.
m?tr' Wo have a'nice HALI?1
I/?\Y:QUAllTRnED SHOW for
Men - hand sowed, calf, ex f r a
made and easy.
BRISTOW & TCVKKETT.
May ?th, 181)0.
Hucklen's Arnica Salvo,
Tim bent Salvo in tho world for cubi,
bruises, sonsy, ulcers, snli. rhoum, fovor
sores, tetter, ohnppod bands, chilblains mid
corns auk nil skin eruptions, und positively
cures piles, or no pny required, lt is gu ur
anteed to give poi feet Satisfaction, or moll
oy refunded. Pri?e 25 oottts por box. For
B:ila M Jennings* Phnrnmey.
. . JolHlingH, Torry Syrup tho boot
remedy for Dysentery, for salo at Jen
nings' JMiurinnoy.

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