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1A N D i l) ATE.
; t? ?CU?ri CAROLINA,
id td tlx. action of tho Dcmooratio
S into Con von ion,
rtMOTHEli INFAMOUS CUT.
Tho latest infamous cut at the
fm ii mrs is tho proposed increase of
(liriti on cotton tics from 35 to 103
por (tout. Well, if tho rascals sue,
ci cul in their wicked pnrposo to
raise tho prico of cotton tics, tho
uni v remedy is a roturn to rope.
M M kc tlio bales smaller and li ii ve
sworn sam])lcs ready for inspection
iii tito sales of each lot. The
devils can bo whipped in this
i' or." if thc farmers stand linn.
AT HOME AND AUROA!),
man Car ried every county in
rie Doc connd'v.
th Calcium's new ( 'ey., thor
(! from liXIgeUchi^ bi td bis
:,, ?? . r.,<:"..?inn
. . I
be sal vat ion of i.h'i Hct ' ;' j
o .M V depend ?. upon gaining j
Iii ni roi iii' t ho Soul ?lei ll ?S lutos,
ir. loud dog fiji Ut now.
ill I . v.rion anil Darlington j
-,,? to Co;. Bfiickiiousc for
(Muifieriicbl and Mari
0 pb (!..e?.l to support no man
. F y tilpa thy with ino Fanners'
. " ment. J
i oto, oj; t ., . a vote t I"'
, , ore thu OppOSi
Tillman, that his
r\d to stand with him.
pi,, do iti>t intend to have him |
loi', ' olf '< \ liny scheine tv*' vhirJ
i. moi? tiro aiioat tiltil thc op
p?'fti i in to itie nomination of Capt
'i ii! ,un will give up if 'ri)ulan'
(Vii . ;' . '? ?i! promise to rot urn 'AV ntl
Hal j il (ii. to tl)0 United ??teii
?,;\ .\n st i sst) uti HA PUS.
IjUiii woll county louds oil th ie
SOtttOn with thc iii'st halo of now'
C. B. Craighcad and II. N.
S nyder havo been elected to fill
v ii:-.ncics in thc Professorships at
William Kcmmler, thc notorious
\. i Iii murderer of Nc w York, was
'. xeoiitod by electricity on Wednes
day morning of last week. He
win dead in IT seconds.
Whitfield Murrell, of Edgeficld
has been reecntcnccd to bc hanged
on .'september 26.
Tho post office at Luci loin,
- .once county has been diacon
r ed-mail to Effingham.
? residen Harrison lins dismissed
i( vkins, tho colored coachman
i has driven tho Whito House
earf iago tivonty-fivo yours without
an Hccidcnt and omployed a white
inuti in his place. And tims the
iv < . them Republicans continue to
1 i vi J tho colored brother uta dis
.: iii i e.
Min ray Hall, a fine hotel at
fabio Beach, Florida, has boon
uti'lied. Loss $225,000.
ri he Sam Jones meeting ut
Wilmington begins on thc 15th,
T ATO evangelists by the name of
Tillman-father and son-aro (lo
in;.; a great work in Georgia.
Thcao Tillmane arc great people,
and thore seems to bo magic in thc
Tom Jones carried Alabama by
100,000 majority for Governor.
Hov. Dr. Primrose tolls ns that
tho actual strength of thc Presby
terians, counting tho Welsh
Methodist?, Waldonsians, &c., is
8,000,000 1? tho world.
J din Bovie O'Reilloy, ]>oct and
o< it >r of tho Boston Pilot) died
itthty aft nm. ii ! t his sum ru or
tnoe at Hull. I hi* death \n
fi M\ (O lin ve been eu'ij^ejd by
prdoso of chloral tubed loi
.?cine U i Jo- serf ml oil; In
hHloii m (ho I uited fttVttoii,
i\4 ? "imf in l^iUSyuV .m
wi of 5!l:i,iii)l in tlio v./hiv,
S ,1? per (fu i
A .TWO ?l?L? BILL. I
lt Ci ?ut (;<l u Truuteivions fjotisatlpn la tho
'k' rou H ii l'y Dopurlmont.
Tl turo waa received at tho treasury
deportment one of tho most peculiar
banknotes overseen among tho millions
upon millions of oUrroiiOy notes printed
by tho government. It wa? a $20 note
or a ?10 note, just according to which
aldo was up, for by nomo remarkable
mistake tho ono sido was printed with
tho figures and devices of a $20 bill,
whllo tho other had all tho figuren mid
devices of a $10 bill.
Tho noto was returnod to tho treas
ury by tho cushier of tho First Wash
ington National bank of Jersey City,
who sent lt with a rather sarcastic note,
intimating that his bank was not going
into tho freak business, and added that
as tho treasury had counted that bill
for $20 ho would troublo them to send
him an ordinary $20 note. The altair
created u sonu?ion, for no one had ever
seon such a wonderful note before.
Tho matter was referred to the depart
ment of issue, from which the note had
been sent out to the Jersey City bank.
Tho mistake was promptly corrected
and nn immediate investigation begun.
The Investigation was prosecuted
with vigor, and Con. Meredith found
the cause of the trouble, lt scorn's that
tho four notes printed on a sheet are
not all of ono denomination. There
ure always three of ono kind and the
lourth ol another; tims, in this ease,
three tens and a twenty, lt was au
easy task to learn just when this bun
diu had been printed, and by which
plato printers. They were examined,
and it. developed that ono stiebt of foot
notes, after having been printed on one
side, luid fallen olT thy bundle to the
tloor. Tho assistant who picked it up by
some Unfortunate oversight turned the
sheet upside down when she placed it
on tho bundlo.
Tho rest ls easily understood. This
sheet was printed on tho second side
with a. 20-faoo on tho reverso of a ten,
and one of the three 10-faee on tho re
verse of the ono 20 of tho steel. Hence
there woro two "10 20s" hi tho lot,
Thus tho mistake was corrected. But no
good explanation was offered, or can
o offered, why these t wo bills, passing
through a score of bunds, each ono Of
whom is supposed to examino pvory bill
most carefully, should not have been
Fi very person in tho bureau who
handles a note is hold responsible in
.-.ho strictest way, and it Is almost in !
srediblO that nono of those people
should have discovered tho mistake,
In tho department of Issue tiro not lea?
than six counters, whose business ?thus
boon for years to count the notes bo
fore Issuing them to tho banks. They
uro considered the most export counters
in tho world, and yet all six of these
Londorf ul experts allowed such a bill
Ul pass through their hands. No trace
?is been found of tho soeond hybrid.
. > that it must bo wandering around
tito country. Tho two notes will bo
kept in tho treasurer's office as curios
S?uiC iiitor? stite. exp intents I?0Vs-'
; !;vvM lund.? ?.??. n i'lvnoh , ; r !.,-> /.rt
.'tit in dell j.j ?:i <?15* ? ii -.'.t'l. ...?..t<iri
Mitty und elasticity ot round and dal
ropes of hemp and aloe, and of iron
lind steel wiro. In those investigations
theil) woro employed ? horizontal hy
draulic press and weighing apparatus
>.< nsisthig of n steel yard and sliding
weight by which tension of 130,000
pounds could bo recorded, and foi
highor pressures a gauge on tho body
of the press wes used. Specimens wore
fastened by winding each end on a
grooved pulley of special construction,
tho usual length of the specimens being
Tho result of all tho tests gave for
tho average tensile strengths of ropes
tho following: White hemp, 10,500 to
11,200 pounds per square inch; tarred
hemp, 7,700 to 8,400; whito manila,
11,800 to 10,600; white aloes, 5,000 to
7,000; lint tarred hemp and manila,
7,800 to 8,100. A factor of safety of
four, or ovon three in somu cases, is
considered a safo rope. A roi>e of uti
annealed wiro lins an ulthnato strength
of about 55,000 pounds per'square inch
of section of metal. When annealedi
tho ulthnato strength is reduced to
about '15,000 pounds; but tho olonga
tlon is nearly doubled, being nearly 12
to 15 per cent, in annealed wiro. The
best wiro ro|>cs for mining purposes
have ti much higher tensile strength.
New York Telegram.
Kquul to tho OvcnMon.
Heston Thief-I assure you my of
ienso wtts but tho result of a slight
mental aberration occasioned by the
gastric emotions that arosofrom my be
wining cognizant of the existeneo of an
unprotected aggregation of nutritive
substances in my immediate vicinity.
Heston Cop-In that case I suppl i
cato your pardon and trust you will not
think too harshly of mo for having
(thralled tho epidermis of your perl
ornnlum by tho sudden propulsion
figainst it of my ligneous wand of ofllce.
Cyulunion Growing Hiiro.
Tho prefect of Savoy has recently
[irohibitcd tho gathering of tho eyeln
non in tho woods of his department.
Notwithstanding its abundance In the
locality this beautiful plant has been
hreatened with total extinction from
tho enormous numbers gathered each
(rear for salo in tho markets of Chain
x>ry mid Alxdes-Halns. It is tho old
?toryj collectors aro everywhere; and
ho edelweiss and possibly tho primrose
.vi 11 soon become rare, if not extinct,
W" Wo have a nico HALF
JOW-QUART.ER1?D SHOK for
don-hand-sowed, calf, extra
nude and CHRV.
li?USTOW & KVKIIBTT.
Moy Gib, 1890.
?ll KAT HST l/AIIOK 8 A VING
IN VKNTION I-iVB-?l? USI?I>
ON THU FA KM.
ltetui'HH to tho Soil What Hus
Al WU I?* 'Jt?eii u Loss to the
Believing that 1 l'ave secured thc
greatest boon of thc agc for the benefit
of my brother farmers, by which they
cannot only save time and money, but
an invention that will greatly assist ia
thc preparation of land for the crop as
well as restore to the soil what has
always been a waste to the land. My
machine has been on sale only a short
time, and wc take pleasure in giving
some ol thc testimonials kindly lurnish-.
ed us by those who have tried it.
-TEST] MON IA LS
JULY 24. 1890.
NV. M. Breeden-Dear Sir -This is to
certify that I bought one ol' Mr. \V. M.
Brccdon's Colton Stalk ('hopper. It has
given entire satisfaction. Would not ho
without same for twice tho worth ol' it.
J. W. NEWTON i
AllAMSVIKKK, S. U.i duly 24, 'DO,
W. M. Breeden--Dear Sir-in ans
wer to your inquiry as to how I nm pleased
with your Stalk ('utter, I with pleasure
stato that it gives entire satisfaction in
every respect. Yours truly,
J. B. (J lt 10 li N.
11 KN N KT I'S VI ?.1 .K, S. C., JlMIO 12. '00.
\V. M. Breeden -Dear Sir.-In reply
to your inquiry about your Stalk Cutler
that 1 used last spring, I will siy that my
stalks were very large and it did the
work pcrlectly, not only cutting them
hut burying most of them in the ridge-,
leaving the land in nico order 1er thc
plew. Itospcol fully.
J. B. HICUSTIOSS.
TKAHSON, S. C, dan. 22, 'DO.
W. M. Breeden-Dear Sir. -i he
Cutter received this afternoon. It works
linoly. Ineloved lind check for sa tue,
lt aspect fall v,
B. Ii, and P. B. KI CORK,
TATUM, S. C., I SOO.
W. M. Urcc.ion- Dour Slr.-Having
rented ono of tho Stalk (/Utters uittnu
facttired and patented hy Mr. W. M.
Breeden, ol'Marlboro county, S. C. tho
past tClifton, I can ttiithiuily guy that it
is il ?roil' inv< inion and so far <-urpa.<se?*
anything ol the kind allein pied before,
and every progressive and practical fann
er should have one. lt not only ems
stalks completely and lc?ves lund in linc
condition, hut enables thu farmer lo throw
back on the land an much vegetable
mutter that is frequently burnell. Cuts
-talks any size.
.1. 1). WATSON.
MoCoT.ii, S. C. duly 21. I SOO.
W. M, li ree den- Dour Sir-Bast
winter I bad about twelve lieras ol colton
stalks that were very large. The rows
were five foot wide, and tho stalks wein
lapped. I procured ono of your patent
Stalk Choppers and cut them. The
machine did the work 80 thoroughly that
thc stalks were not ut all m thc way in
plowing. I consider it thu best stalk
chopper 1 have ever seen.
j. F. MCLAURIN.
BKNNKT?LVII.I.Ki S. C., duly 25, 'HO.
W. M. Br?otlen-Dear Sir -Wo bnvo
: i]i.) '?. rn
'. T; IO \ -;<>\
Vv" !i - : i BB
BllK?IltSVir.I.H. S. C., duly 22 ,(.I0.
W. M. Breeden-Dear Sir. - [ have
used one ol' your Stalk Cutlets lind it is
all you claim for them ami would not be
without the usc ol' one for twice the pike
you ask for them.
SI M ICO M GIBSON.
BKNNKTTSVII.I.K. S. C., July 22,'9?.
W. B. Breeden-Dear Sir-After
using your Stalk Cutter last spring, I de
sire to say that it gave perfect saii.-iaction.
A, Y. M00BK.
BENNRTTSVII.I.E, S. C., July 22, '90.
W. M. Breeden-Dear Sir.- I used
your Stalk Cutler lite past winter and
was well pleased with it, li tiding it a sue
cess in every particular. Thc stalks were
cut clear and hidden and I ho ground
looked ns il'stalks had been picked up,
and take great pleasuic in recommending
it as u success.
II. E. TOWNSEND.
BKNNKTTSVIM.K, S. C., July 25, 'oo.
To Whom it Concerns:
This is to say and certify that I luid
in uiu thc lust scasou half dozen cotton !
und coin s'ulk cutters, uni ? u fuel brod nod
patented hy Mr. W. M. Breeden, ol'
.Marlboro county. S. C., and intend to
uso double thc quantity tho coining sea
son. I think the machine has been per
fected, and would not he without them
tor live times the cost. Thu stalks aro
jut into .'.hort piceos and arc not in the
way in cultivating the next crop, und
3veryIhing is loll upon thc land. I raise
Inigo cotton. J, B. BRiClOOION.
BKNNKTTSVII.KE, S. C., July 25, '90.
VV. M. Breeden -De.tr Sir.- I used
your Cotton Stalk Clamper on part ol'toy
ldlOtalion I s year, and take great pleas
uro in rocoto wooding it to my follow
['armers as the greatest jalur saving tnu
dtinc that has ever been invented on phi ii?
ulina. It docs its work perfectly, nod no
'in mer can afford to do without ooo.
Yours respect fully.
C. M. WIOATIIKRLY.
BKNNKTTSVII.I.K, S. C., July 25 '90.
Pu All Whom it May Concern:
1 u?cd W. M. Brecden's Stalk Cutter
ho past season on both my plantations
iud was much pip?set! with the work, so
mich 1 would not oe without thom for
my reasonable amount. It is decidedly
bc best Stalk (.'ut ter I have ever seen or
ised. mid 1 unhesitatingly recommend it
0 tiny ono dashing to get rid of their
itnlks, either cotton or com.
P. L. BRI010D10N.
OIMHON STATION, July22, 1890
W. M. Brccden-Dctir Sir.-Tho Stalk
Jut ter bought of you lust winter gives
D. J. ODOM.
NRWTONVII.I.K, fi, C., July 24, 'yo.
L'o whom it may coneorn:
Thia is to certify that I bought one
if thc Stalk Cutters, manufucturod und
nd patontcd by Mr. W. M. Breeden
nd am free to say that it will do just nil
ic chums for itt Would not bo without
t for double what it cost mc. Think
very funner should have one.
State and county rights for sale.
W. M. BH10I0D10N.
Bcnncttsvillc, S. 0 , Joly 28, 1890.
hj?iAi *n* A KI o mir A H ?
KIRKWOOD & 0(1
Wo lin vo just rccuivoil n very pretty lino of
Ginghams, Sateens, Hms ami llihlinus, which
wo will ?oil you very low. GOMM AND S M ??
US ?lion you mo in need ol' any Diing in th?- j
lino of Ludios wear.
Will Sell You ON TIME on as
Favorable, Terms us You Can Ask.
Wo liavo just recoiled tho SMITH SKWKI)
RIIOB for Ludio? which hu? tlio following
points of excellence und will commend itsolt
to all tho ludios.
lui. Tho .?hoes nro elegant and stylish in
appearance, nooo but tlio most t>kllirul work
men who have had years of cxiiortonco on the
(Infest olaps of work being employed.
2nd. it is rt sowed shoo, with rt riorTcctly
smooth innersole, without lacks or noils lo in
juro tho loci, or wax and thread lo ruin tho]
:ird. None hut tho finest quality of material
is employed In the tiiunufn-luro of tlioso shoes
lind tho greatest euro hus been taken In its
SO loot loti, with .--poola! reference t ? its wearing
ilttilltty US well MS to Its beimtv and finish.
?I'll. Tho soles aro llcxible, rendering the
?hoc exceedingly easy to thc foot.
&tli, Any huly wearing ? pair of those
tllQOS will lind that her foot will bo rendered
union smaller io upnoiiriuico than with ordl
iiurv boots. This is accomplished by Mr
Smith's spool.I method of designing patterns
( ?O'" Wo also have n largo stock of
Ladies and (h'iihr* Underwear.
M ny 2 ntl, iSoo.
(jHAND OPENING OF
?5 HUTBr mm
MT. AIRY, N. C.
Til IS magnificent structure,
situated on tho highest poi tit
?ol' Main street in tho hcnulilh'
?>jrajj$S2& Mount ?in City, will lie opohe.
ihr thc reception ot guests, .lune lt),
1800) niul will bo conducted in enniieetioo
with the lionel iii tho fuihnus Whit' -Sul
phur SpiinKS, Willoh will ho in c? .^o o?
JttttVi.i Roberts, owner :.,..t pro^
"'UK IIOI'KI, Ron Kin s contains one
hundred chuiilhor rooms, furnished in thc
latest style with all modem oonvcolonoos,
natl can iic.'ittnuiodnto 500 guests. ( The
I lol cl ut. lim Springs eau accommodate
I'll) ghost* in addition )
ItussOS will meet guests tu tho train
anti convey them to tho Hotel Ribblts
free ol' ohirec. winne guests i'pi the
White Sulphur Springs cnn lethain over
nigltl wiiInuit extra diarite, their board
coin mcneil);; nt thc lime ol' i heir arrival
at tho Motel Roberts.
The Hotel will he furnished with fresh
Willer from 11 io S pi i ogs every doy.
Thc road to I hil SpliUgS has lice O put
in thc host, coud it ian 11.nl first . class con
Voyances will run (o und Irom the Springs
several times every day.
The windows ol thu Hotel Roberts
com mund a,inngnilioctit view ol' Motin,
tain Scenery tis lar as tho eye can reach,
in two States, Virginia nrid North Caro
lina. For (prills anti particulars to
J. R. REYNOLDS,
Manager Hotel Roberts.
RUFUS IO BE UTS,
IVoptjotor White Sulphur Springs.
Tho halest Discovery of the Ago.
OLD TN THEORY, B?T TUB REMEDY
CURES WITHOUT KAIL
CATARRH. CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA,
HAY EE VER, BRONCHITIS, KUKU
MATISM, DYSPEPSIA, CANCER,
BRIGHT'S DISEASE, MALARIAL FEYER
DI I'TH ER IA AND CHILLS.
lu short, nil forms of Organie nnd
Emu ti01ml Disease.
Tho cures clt'octed hy this medicine aro
in many bases
Sold only in Jug;) containing ono gallon.
Price tinco dol?an)-n maali investment
when Health and Life cnn he ohtnined.
"History of the Microbe Killer," Freo.
- CALL ON oit Annnuss
T. i)OU(! LAH, Drutjfftst,
BKNNHTTSVILLK, S. C.
A pi il i Sj 10,00.
Medical Card !
P1\I1E undersigned having localed per?
I mauonily in Ronnottsvillo, returns
his thanks for a liberal patronage ant!
hopes by strict attention to business to
merit n continuation.
Resides SU KC KR Y, OBSTETRICS
and tlid general practice of Medicino, 1
take pleasure in announcing lo all that 1
have thoroughly equipped myself with
ibo latest ami most improved insirninoi'is
for special treatment ol'TRANSKl ISION
in OASES of DANCEROUS HUMOR
AQE, all THROAT, NOSE and LUNC
CONSUMPTION specially TREAT
ED ii pop thc LATEST und MOST
Dailies in Rennel tsville will bc EX
AMINE1) and TREATED for any of
the above discuses at titbit' own homes by
being ret|tiested lo so do. [Those from a
dtstanco at my residence 011 Darlington
Street--the losidonco formerly ojjupicd
by Mr. Carey T, EusUnling Iii East Bou<
Calls in Day left nt Breeden & Wells'
Drug Store will bc promptly attended to.
At night al my r?sidence
Charcos fur EXAMINATION and
ll R. EASTERUNG, M. D"
M. Medico. Chi. Sooicly Phila.
January |, '8'J
Pool Pol o i n
^JIM UNDBlt.1 hiM.li, JOK li. DAV li),
|j; of HennotlKVdlo, fi, 0 , mu? 8. i>
TACKAHICHUY, ol Moi -ow, Texas, havo
foi I mid ti partnership for tho purpose ot
Rolling Texas lands, Wo own or control
200,000 (icrcs of form mid timber laud? in
tho Stdio of Texan, which wo offer at ex
tremely low prloc8 and on liberal torniH.
Land ?B rapidly advancing in prico, and
now IH tho timo to purohuHO. For inter
.nation UH to prices and terms, apply to
Mr, David at IlomiottBvillo, S. C. De
scription of land furnished upon applica
tion. Titles poi foot.
JOH fl. DAVID,
S." ll. TAOKABERRY.
July 5, 1890,
? NYONIJ WISHING A GOOD JOB OF
?T? wcU cleaning dono or a now well dug
will please apply to tho undersigned.
PrieoS alway? reasonable, and ?atisfaetiou
AARON M. 1IARLLEE,
July 7, 1890.
P. O. Box 168.
THIS FARLY CRO-CUS
is not ono ol' tho flowers that bloom io
tho spring, hui tho blooming burn-ynrd
bird i hat with Iii? shrill clarion notes stirs
up the slueg?rd and sliur-n-bed with thc
nows that's time lb WAKK Iii' ! That's
why he is figuring in a tilt und cutting a
figure at the top of ibis "nd." Tis lime
to wake ap to the fact thai oven a largo
slock iniiy bo exhausted und tardy buyers
miss tho timely bargains. Don't you
forget ? lind While n's (ho sn nie old roos
ter crowing for tho same hld storo, ho's
not crowing for tho same old stock, iiv* a
newer, nicer stock than he ever crowed
for in any past season. >Vhen you arc'
wide awake to your interests, come lo
May IO, |890.
I if J FREIGHT TO BB SHIPPED
, must Do at depot properly marked,
and ready for shipment hy 5 P. M. Any
goods prosont cd later than that hour can
not bo received, unless a roloaso is signed
for Home in accordance With notico of Gen
Freight charges must he paid on all
freight when delivered to ^consignee, as I
n i ii jj it"i-<>1 iii ?.I sljvei ai j
U jj til ?iiaigo} nrr paul ?
bi b' .???.- i'< teivijii; rb>V>.* >i?|>i I to' "Oiihv
Ni i/yV ininji lilwayti prrsOnf,, Bid t.f
I adj dg ?h?jiOrly ?:iuiootio ryi'ivo .1
must rofuso to deliver yoods lo thom.
Your careful ohscrvanoo of tho above
will save you trouhlo, and myself tho ne
cessity of seemingly refusing to accommo
date you. Respectfully,
E. S. CARLISLE,
?enncttsville, S. G., Juno 26, 1S90.
On Improved Lil rids at reason
able ruto lind 011 favorable terms.
DUDLEY & NEWTON
July I, 1890.
Seersucker Coats, Vests, White
Veals, Brown innen Duck Vests.
Also, I linen Uncle Snits, Long
Black Alpnco? Sacks, with or
without Vests, in regular and'
extra sizes. Also, largo variety
of other light-weight goods
suitable for .slimmer wonr.
Conic and Proparo for tho Hot
Weather ! '
Also, a full lino of above for
boys. An elegant assortment of
Knee-Pant Suits for children,
lower than over.
BRISTOW Sc ? VE RET?,
Moy 6th, 1890.
I.AA AAAAAAikjkL A AA
TATUM STATION, S. C.
I)A KM Kl, d? Coil RIK, A. B., University of
North Carolina, . . . Principal.
lt. (J ?IUVRM, A. B., Trinity Collogo,
North Carob tri, . Vice Principal.
Miss MAOOIK DAVID, Salem Female
Gollogo, . Principal Muslo Dept.
/f^k 'Villi our school thus ob tl ip
cMl^^^pod, wo beg to present it to
^PSP tho school public as worthy
cj%r of its most liboral pa trono go.
Tho school iii loentcd in an unusually
prosperous and healthy section of coun
try, and among a very kind and hospit
Students prepared for oollcgos and
I'niversitics, or for tho activo duties of
Hoard (in privato families) and tuition
very reasonable, and no extra charges
for Latin, (beck or French. Students
received at any limo mid ohargod from
date of entrance.
Next session opens Monday, July 21st,
to combino in week?).
All caquinos promptly answered by
R. J. TATUM,
Chairman Board of Trustee*.
July Sib, 1SU0.
h T D A bpi El n I
li i 11 Lm?ii ILLUJ
Manufacture? of '
North Sido of Public Square,
BBNN'ETTS'yiLLE/ B. G
Furniture of all kinds made or re
paired at short notice.
I havo niuo Bocurcd tho BorviccH of a
Rood MATTRESS M AK KR, and can fill
orders for NEW WORK or repair and
renovate old work at short notioo at mod
COFFINS and CASKETS
Ai.i, STYLES AND PUICES.
I have two HKARSKSj and can at
tend Funerals to thc distance of 30
miles. KPH" Orders by T ol og r a ph
promptly ti Hod.
When not in my shop I can be found
at my residence in WestBennettsvillo,
near Wallace Swami's.
Jan. ll, 1888.
\t P. DI
STILL IN THE RING
I beg leave to stuto to tho public gen?,
orally (li?t I have now on hand ; fino lot
ol' nico youa?
which I will sell, worth (ho money.
i NICE MARIS,
good (hivers nnd good plowers. I will
keep constantly OD hand a full line of
Hoi.?es aud Mules.
r. T VIIOIWT STOCK OF
ytbh ON TlttS MA UK Kl'.
A full lino of
Double and Sin ide.
WAC ON COLLARS, COLLAH PADS,
Pieces ol' Harness.
100,000 TEET OF LUMBER
?*i>"' 1 hilve sold out my Livery Busi
ness to Mi*. J. H. Adams, as Tar as hor
ses and bnggi?s aro concerned, but will
continue to run my wagons every day.
W. P. BREEDER.
February 14th, 1890.
J. T. DOUGLAS,
* LAMPS, OILS AND PAINTS, &
An i Choice Tobacco
VIDAL'S OLD STAND
April 15, lGf.5
I 10 s pool fully inform nw friends and
ho public genorally that 1 havo rosunud
ho practico of medicine. I mako a
pccialty of Obstetrics nnd Hurcory,
W. J. DAVID, M. D.
S.qit. 2, issy.
' ,' J "i\ rino: r' TY'WAK.
Til 1/ WOULD, .
ll.??ly s J'ligc*, ? Vc.ir.
Tiwi ^?IM??V Hu (iget
Twelve I'ngof, $2 a Year.
(Hy Mull Only.)
Tho Weekly World
Twelve P*g08, $1 a Ye i r
Tho Largost, iiowelcut, bright
crt, neel, and only fcnri't-i
niijur in South Carolina.
?.'A.M J'LK COl'IEB PHIS H
Charleston, 8. 0.
iii ! Iii I !
AM ti ow ready to J ji-ufrli flrfit-olaiv
?A, lumber at prices id suit purchaser.
(Juli and seo lumber nod got prices before
Wi II. MANNING.
Nov, if, 1880. Covington, 8. C.
Best * Mannei
At Reasonable Prices.
Every description ol Wood or Iroi
Work excelled promptly to order.
done at short notice and by a thorough
Having moved hilo my new quarters,
opposite ki na noel'sStables, and frontier
Gheraw and Darlington streets, I an
now licite r prepared to meet the de
mands ol my patrons, with additional
Machinery anti more room. If yoi1
want anything done give mc a call.
Thanking the public for past patron
agc, I respectfully solicit a continuance
January 1st, 1800.
5S> .JSfSH??!. O?t<-> "
F ill 1M
Toilet and Fancy Articles,
Stationery and School Boohs.
Brushes, Paints and Oi??
tm?" A full linc ol' thc abovo orticlo
always on hand.
Prescriptions Carefully Com
pounded Day and Night?
March 25th, ts?*J
tin & 1?1MMS
MCCOLL, S. c.
Oct. 31st, 1888.
ls tho oldosi nnd meat popular scientific nut
mechanical imper publlshod anil hus tho lurnea
circul?t ion of any jin pei* ot HM class In tho world.
Kully illustrated. Oe.it dos? of Wood ICnKruv
Iniis. Published weekly. Pend for speclmon
copy, Prlco $3 n yo?<r. Knur month*' trlnl, il.
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Q&HKIIAI, OFFICK! 80) lUlOADWAY. N. Y,
Omi COUNTY OFFIOKHB.
Sheriff, II. A. Hobers,
Clerk, 0. M. WerUlioily,
Coroner, John H. Sampson.
Prohnto Judgo, T. ?. Rogor?.
School Coministionor, John A. Calhoun.
County Coininl?K?onor?'.-?l'. T. Covington, J
0. Campbell, Halford Qu>?iW . ^
Auditor, Jacob Alford 1
Treasurer, J. ll. Mica, V,
8u)iorvi?Or of Itogiftration, T. P. M cit HO.
Clerk of Ilontd County Coiniulnstonova-?
Senator, C. 8. McCall
Honrosontatlyoi, T. N. l?dehs and W. I
Jury Commipslener->??ll T. Covington. .