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BENNBTTSyiLLE, S, 0,
ii\ S. A. JmOWN & ?0.
Oj]Ue Iii Vost O/Jleo Buildiuf/.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1890.
^TOWN AN? COUNTY NEW8;^
THIRD ROUND 1890.
BonncttRvillo ob., Pino G rovo, July 5, 6
North Mar.boio, August <), io
Blouhouu, llohron, August 16, ly
Bcnnottsv?llo station, September 6, 7
Clio, September, 13, 14
Appointments for Clio Circuit,
k E V , J N O . MANNING, V , C .
Cilio, II a. inj; Rculah, 4 p. m.
Manning Chapel, 11 tv. m ; Bethlehem
4 p. m.
Delilah, II a. m.; Clio, I p. m.
Bethlehem, 11 a. m ; Manning 4 p. m.
Protracted meetings will commence
ist Sunday in ?July at Clio ; 3rd Sunday
n .July at Beulah ; 2nd Sunday in Aug
ist ai Manning Chu pel ; 41b Sunday in
\ugust at Bethlehem,
North Marlboro ? i reit it?
Pit OT KA CT Kl) MK KT INO.
few Il?pe, August 9
'.honc/.or, August 16
?ak G rovo, August 30 I
'lcasnnt Hill, Soptoinbcr 13
Tl I,Li All lil AD.
Wo boar from good authority that C. T.
loorc ha? tho tincst cotton in the county
x> acron estimated at 200 bales.
. N1TE? STATES J URO US.
Messrs. James A. Dmko and J. N
heatherly have hoon drawn to servo as
i!rand jurors, and Mestrs. Colin Byrd and
J ni Gardonor as Petit jurors at tho Colum
a terni of tho United StateB Gircuit
?art, which meets ou tho fourth Monday
) RAILROAD DOT.
One morning last weak a merchant of
._. town lunidcd a young mun from tho
ai.t.y, who wns going borne by the depot,
it uplo of letters to mail for him, as tho
di had already gone down. Tho young
lil responded to tho request, with tho
omiso, that he would ccrlainly mail
. cm, and if tho train WHB gouo whoa ho
t, Ihr?!? i>? WAU M ont: run lt tri Tain iv
nduy ways : VTho river is very tull amt
ng rapidly. Corn and other crops on
'. low laud aro lost. Cotton ?H sheding
.idly from oxoossivo ruins. Moutpiitocs
1 gnats can be stirred with n stick, and
1 man don't keep bin mouth ?hue bo
I not require much to eat. Persons Hill
ing from unti-fut can bu cured by com
; on tho river."
. >WN TO WILMINGTON.
The DKMOCUAT returns thanks to Mr.
nry L. Gook, chairman of committco of
ungcm.mts for round trip ticket to
relbia Beach on thc 20th, instant, from
' yettevillo. Tho excursion is under tho
'plods of Cumberland Lodge No. 5 K. of
Tho Lodges of Bcnncttsvillo, Tatum,
. xton, Luurinburg and Gibson Station
li ivo benn invited to join Cumberland in
9 day's pleasure If it is possible the
M DOUAY will accept the invitation and
bi on hand.
?W 8TOHETO HE OPENED.
Mosers. Broom and GrniiRon, of Liuicas
, will open a branch of their mammoth
y Goods House in our town about tho
.. t week in Seplombcr. They havo
jared tho new brick store next door to
' P. Campbell on Prout Slreet, whore
iy will open a strictly Dry Goods Store
th a thorough knowledge of thc trado,
Ib'jy hopo to Hcouro a fair share of tho
.si ness dono in that line. Remember
.1 timo und placo.
TUE NEW SCHEDULE.
Tho new nchedulo on tho C. P, & Y. V.
I lt., which went Into etioot on tho 4th,
>cs not effect us yot, though wo woro tu
jpos it would i. e. start tho train for'
cnncttsvillo at tho ?aiue time tho train
laves for Wilmington, This change
'onld give ns tho mail ono hour curlier
nd bo of greai advantage to our pcoplo
.t prosent, the schedule is in tho interest
r Puyetlevillo without rogord^o tho wishes
f tho patrons on tins ond, which is a
erlous wrong, and ono which wo do hopo
1 tho iutorcut of jnstloo will bo righted
Tho county campaign meetings open to
ay (Friday) at Blonhohn. Tho hour fixed
y tho chairman of tho two oluba that
icot Ibero is 2 o'clock p. m. Uvorybody
? '. courue is invited to be present.
As most of tho candidates will havo
'tue*bing to say at these meetings, tho
>t.r ">f 2 o'clock ?B none too soon, ?0 try
id bo on hand promptly At the timo that
, m may hear all tho addresses, Thoro
. ill bo but Hvo appointments-Blenheim,
? .th, Clio, Ipili, Newtonville, 20th, Grant's
Milla 22i)d, and Bonnettsvillo, Monilny
?th. Remember that the hour for nil
I 10 meetings is 2 o'olook.
A gentleman from Rennel tsvillc went
.ip to Red Springs on Tuesday and says
be is polng to attend the Fair sure-h ;
vas delighted with thc Fair Grounds,
Items of Interest Gathered Horo
and Thero and Briefly Nctod,
- Tho colored Odd Follows
have- routed tho upper part of tho old
R?wo building on Marion or Dopob Street,
und will fit it up for their uso.
- It ia a little strange that the
oflioora of the law can't o.ileh up with
thoso follows who sc ll whiskoy iu this
- Tho hoavy rains aro filling
up tho wolla and aro giving us plouty of
Burfaco water to drink.
- It is said that a bunch of
clover bung up in n Hi ti ?og room or bcd
room will clear it of llios. You oan lied
enough to test it.
- Tho base hall fever is now
tho prevailing opldomio of our town
Sonto of our boys scout to hnvo a sovoro
- Fodder pulling has com
menced, and tho furmors aro having a
time getting it cured dry. .
- The rains have helped to
make a good crop of grass, which thc
fanners should save if thoy nogloot cotton.
- It was said of a lean horse
thc othor day that ''he was so thin that
tho sun struck through mid Bot tho hay
inside on bro.''
?- Oh, I'm ongngod to I'otor and John,
And Abner, Jumos and Karlo,
And Henry, William, Goorgo and Don,
For i'm n Summer girl.
- Zeb Vance, tito best stump
orator in North Caroliun, will mldross the
crowd nt Rod Springs to-day (Friday) bo
sure and go.
- ? dwelling house for rent in
tho town of Olio. Apply to J. F, Nuuu,
Tatum, S. 0.
- Head Tun DEMOCRAT car ful
ly thia week ; you will lind Bometbh g to
iutcrcst you, we know.
- Mt88rp. Smith Newton and
Gilmrt McAllister havo opened a LUcry
and Food SUblo at Tatum Station fot tho
accommodation of tho traveling publie.
Order? by mail from Drummera will re?oive
- Mr. Julius Dudley purchased
n wator melon from his Uncle W. A. Cros
land on Monday, that woighed 66 lbs.
This I? tho largest melon soon on our
streets this season.
- Marlboro i* going to Rid
Springs this week. Ain't you going too?
- Everybody blesses thc Rail
road fer keeping tho inaile at Fayetteville
without just cause. It scorns that this end
of tho road bus no rights that tho authori
ties aro bound to rcspout, and when we got
tho road south, wo should remember thc
kind trchtrnont* "ccelvod in tho interest of
KayoMeviUe llu?mh for tho Atlantic
j Coast Lint.
ou will fi nd all kinds of
?pc< . i . ii the Oho Drug Store.
Haiti beaded men can bc suited lo a TM
-any others just as well.
- Tho price of the DHMOCRAT
is now so low in prieo that thc poorest
man in tho county can pay for it. Eggs,
chickens, butter, peat?, oom, fodder and
oats taken in exchange.
J. B. Killough & Co., of Floreneo, S. 0,,
rc po t a largo success in business and ter
ritory. They aro now supplying homos
with Pianos and Organs trout Georgetown
on the sea coast to the Blue Ridgo Moun
tains in North Carolina. Seo their new
advertisement ?nd writo to them-toll
information sent freo. Address J. B.
Killough & Co., Floronee, S. C. 3c.
- Attention is asked to the
advertisement of tho Mooro High School.
Tho Principal ?B too well known lo need
Mr. Clarence F. Moore is on a visit to
Union this weok.
Mrs. T. W. Bouchier and littlo Henry,
and Mrs. D. J. FraBor, who have boon
spending some weeks at Mt. Vernon
Springs, returned homo on Thursday
1 Mr. M. F. Ullerbe, who bas been ?pond
ing a Bhorb furlough with his family at
Wadcsboro, returned to hin post 011 Fri?
Tho DKMOCUAT rejoices to record tho
continued improvement in health of Mr.
H. P. Johnson Ho is now nt Rod
Springs with his family.
We uro glad to soo on our streets thc
Binding face of Mr, C. B, Jordan, who is
on a visit to friends and relatives of our
town. Cbarlio looks woll.
Mr. ?I. W. Carroll loft on Tuesday
morning for tho north to buy his fall
stock and take in Saratoga.
Our young friond, Harris Bristow left
on Tuesday to try a Hoodoo at tho famous
Now Garden School.
Miss Etta Campbell, a charming young
lady of Mullins has bron upend in;; some
tinto Nyilh tho family of Mr. A. B. Bryant,
of Parnassu". She oxpoots to return homo
on Saturday, much to tho disappointment,
of several young gouts, ospeoially one iront
HOW TO KIIJTJ WORMS.
Tho Alabama farmers have been export
mottling and olaim thal tho best woy to
kill cotton worms is with dry puris groan
?hr.kon over tho plant by incant of a bag
imp polo. With a bag and pole cito man
with a horso can poiHon a ono bono oem
in tv/o days. With proper pr?caution
thoro is no (langer, and tho man should
chango his clothos daily while wort lng it,
and tho animal should bo washed auO t mr
oughly brushed. Tho platt is cheap and
fftfo, and thoro is no tcason for leah g any
cotton by thoso patts,
Ul' FOR UOU11T,
On Satuiday afb moon lust, complaints
woro mode to Coroner Sampson, tlinb tho
brutal treatment of a mothor lind resulted
in tbo (leith of a 1 it Lit, colored ?;iil limned
Gbarlotte Willims. He nt onco impaneled
a jury of inquest, nnd nftor hearing testi
mony, n post mallum wa? mado by Dr.
David, winch fully Huhabmitiatod tho tosti
mony. Tho jury, composed ol' g colored
and 5 wbitoH, hoing satisfied Hint it waa n
elonr O.IHO, rota rued a vordiot that tho
child como to it? death from ill treatment
at tho bando of it? niotbor. Tho Caro
nor nt onco committed ber to j.iii.
Tho woman's imnio is Violob Williams,
and lins been living around town for two
or tbroo year?. Sha waa rajsnd in Drowns
villo, mid thoBO who know ber, say this
makes six or night that hnvo died from
her ill Iroatmottt. Tho casu is a bud ono
mid if the jury bcliovo tho testimony, nbc
m:iy pull hump in November.
On Saturday night last, another woman,
oharged with i fnntioido, \vas brought from
tho plantation of Mr. Barnwell Pogues mid
committed to jn.il in this pince,
FIVE AT TUE DOOlt.
Thu hi?t Maxton Union says tboro are
livo pctitiotm before the Commissioners of
tln.t township praying for the privilege of
Helling liquor in that town. lb is to be
hoped they won't bc successful, What n
plot uro ! Five men praying lo ' a license
to work for the Devil in n civilized Com
Wife-You do not ?peak to me
as uiToctionatoly as you used lo;
George. I think you have ceased
t ) lovo mo.
Husband-There you ure again !
Censed lo love you ! Why, 1 love
you better than my lifo. Now
shut up and let mc read my
Chauncey M. Dc pow givc3 n
recipe for success in these words :
'Tho main elements of success in
this world arc good seme, good
temper, and midd your own bu i
Conni y Executive Committee*
BENN io TTS vi i.MC S. C., Aug. 9. l->90.
Thc County Executive Committee
met at 10 o'clock a. m., J. JJ. G reo o
in tho chair. Prestit-J. B. Green,
Adumsvillc; J. T. Bunch, Browns
ville; W. F. Kinney, Brownsville;
W. 1). Evans, Bctwiettsville ; J. R.
Pegues, Smithville ; Jas. Liles,
Bi ightsville ; Levi Ivy, Hebron ; T.
W. Edens, Clio; J. J. Graham, Ked
Bl ti ir.
First business arranging tho days
and places of campaign meeting for
this county ns follows ;
Friday, tho 15th, of August, for
Brownsville and Hod Hill, at Blen
Tuesday, thc lOtli, of August for
Clio, Ked Bluff and Hebron, ut Clio.
Wednesday, tho 20th, of August
for Adumsvillc and Brightsville, at
New ton vii lo.
brid ay, tho 22(1, of August for
Smith vii lo ot Grant's Milla.
Monday, thc 25th, of August for
BennotlHville at Bontictssvillc.
Ordered tlnit thc Presidents of va
rious clubs call them together on
Saturday, tbo 23d; day of August at
.'i o'clock to eloct tho th roo managers
for thc primary election.
The fo'l ?wing gentlemen filed their
cards with tho Kxcculivo Committee,
lind MC candidates :
For State Semite: W. D- liva ns
and J. F. M cL turin.
F< Y House of Ilopres^ntittivjs : J.
L. McLauiin, T. I K'igcis, H. C.
Newton, J. T. Bunch, H. M. Stuck
houso and lt. C. McIntyre.
For Judge of Pro bato : Milton
F>r Sch o! Oom missioner : J. A.
Ca'houn, W. h. Stanton and W. H.
For County Commissioner : Bal
ford Gibbon, J. C. Catnpboll, II. S.
Grant, J. C. Townsend, Johnathan
Woodl y, Franklin (?nick, Thos.
Ben ne Kc, J. 1). Stubbs and Kibt.
VOY Troasurcr : l.t. II. Hodges, J.
F. Bolton, P. B. Mano, John Parish
und A. B. Ilohnoguu.
For Auditor: Jacob Alford, Eli
T. Covington and Christopher 1).
By order Kxcculivo Committee,
J. B. GK KEN,
SPARTAN BURG, S. C.
J. II. Carlisle, LL 1). President.
FOUNDED IN DM.
WOl'FOIlD COLLHQH oi?ors lo Htu lontR in
ibo (o ir uollogo clauses l>?o parallel omi rt* AS Of
it ?.'y, each loading to tho dngrco of Oin h iloV
of Art', in ono vddoh Modern Ijanguugo* are
snbMuuted tur Crock
Hoard, tuition, nutiieulution, washing,
light*, (uol, hooke, an I ?nit ioncry, tho uooos
Biiry Collcye o\'|iensot fur tho year, nun ho mot
.vith ONS HoNonin ANO FIKTV HOLLAHS.
THO advantigo? otto ol bv Wightman ami
Abonni Hu ls, onahlo students to mo -t thoir
aollono oxpoi.FO* with t?ils vo y small amount.
t ho |-,ovorimiont is mural soul patoinal, but
Wi hOUt OSpionago or constraint.
Tho iiox' scfnicm begins tho 1st, day of
O il ober, IJ??.
J. A. (IA M KW H f*Ti,
.'oorotnry ol Faculty.
WOFfORD COLLEGE FITTING
Spart?nOttrf/, S. C.
Tho Fourth Sossion bog i nu Ootubor lut, 1800.
Hoya propir.d for College. ftx|iensos
may bo oovfircd by *li>0 a year. Hupot vision
oarofut and oonunn-.
A. (I. HUM CHUT, A.M.,
Jlcad M astor.
Hov \V. II. Kirton him hod a glorious
mooting ut Beauty Spot. On Tuesday
H'ght thoro woro tonio 20 moutnorn ut tho
Altar; Thoro him boob n goiiorid awaken
ing up hi tho church-sovoral additions, a
largo number of conversions, and u wholo
Homo lu ll uenoo fict ty work that will roHutt
in a groat good lu that community. Hiv.
Mr, Kirton grow? in favor with hi? puopl),
and God is blousing bi? faithful labor on
Tho attention ol' parents and guard min
is directed to the advertisements of Woll'ord
Collogo and Welford Collogo Training
School. Tho Mothodist boyH call it "our
Behool," and troin tho number registered
thero laHt year from thin eounty, it necias
tiny woro right. Pnces comparo with
?f??t" Statistics show that a largo pro
portion of the ehildrcn die from what in
known UB Summer Complaint, Dinrrhan,
Cholera infantum and Dyscuiery. Hum.
pineys Spucifiics Nos. Pour, Pivo and Six
ure safo and certain.
- Land rot h's Frosh Cl .a rd an
Seed, all vuriclioH, for Hide at Jointings'
. . Jennings' Torry Syrup tho bcBt
remedy for Dysentery, for salo at Jen
J3C.IEF BUT TRUU,
Wonna inako a ehild peevish and fret
ful. Don't let yours worry with these
pcatB or worm eolio. Humphreys' mild
and plouHunt Specific No. Two will give it
Read the now ndvnrtiHomont of .T, fl.
!vil!r>ii^i) ?iv (!o. Special HU m mot HU?O O?
Pianos and Organs nt Bpot cash prioo 1.
Buy now and pay when cotton IH sold-no j
interest IH their latestoller. Writo afc once
for catalogues and prices. Address J. P.
KlI.l.oUOll & Co., Plorenec, S. C.
TH i B uric or H?SPIS?T.
At a meeting of tho Dunbar Sabbath
School held August tho 101I1, 1890, thc
following preamble and resinti?os were
unanimously adopted :
Whereas, It haB ploasod Almighty God
lo romovo from thc toilsome earea and
trials nf earthly life, our beloved mem
ber, Miss Carrie Herring and transfer her
to tho heavenly rest ; therefore, bo it
i t, That wo bow meekly to thc will of
OOH, and acknowledge His right to disposo
of UR and our interests IIB seems good un'o
2nd, We will ever eherith tho momory
of our young friend's gon?.l and sunny
ways and strive to imitate hoi diligence
and fidelity to duty, and whiU mourning
her <..-.:.'.. vii >r<3 rojhfro th lt :w .. fl! ?'
in thc roiti?
31 d, v\., / our joying * MI ip u hy''to;
tho . ... . I'd:.I Milds, . i\d ir.
VOk' ir. th'.'iVi I >? i .!. ...?!>. Vt :.<!,).'
of all consolation."
4tb, That a copy of thone resolutions
bc sent to tho family of oar deceased
friend and likewise t) Tho MAUf.noito
DliMOCHAT for publication.
Mus. II. W; PAUIIAM,
MISS FLOUKNCK DUN UAH,
MISS KATH MCQIU?ICN,
MUS. 'A. T. WntOllT,
MK. H. W. PAIUIAM,
D. D', O Ait M ion AKT? ,
J. C. DUN UAH,
IV ANT EV.
A riniiT.CLASS male teacher for tho school at
Dargan, live milos west of Dcnnottpvijlo. Sos- j
sion to begin about September lit, 18110. Ap
ply at this olliee for further information
Notioo is hereby given, tli.it application will
made nt tho next session oftlio Legt slat uro for
?i charter for a llailroad from ?niuo point on
the North Gandin? line, near (Hinton Station
to n?nnett?vlllo, S. G , and from galil town to
Marion Court Houno by Clio and Little Hock
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MOORE HIGH SCHOOL
KM!H14 FALL SKSSION of this well
Jj, known School will open on the first
Monday in September next.
For Terms apply to
J NO. S. MOORE,
August 6, I890. Principal.
All persons having claims against the
estate of Marietta Rogers, deceased, arc
hereby notified to present thc same duly
proven to thc undersigned, and all per.
sons indebted to said estate will make
payment to HUGH McljOLLUM.
August 4, 189-).
For Sarina Marlunts a tul I ho
liest JVectiles for all Mach ines.
1 would respectfully inform my friends
and the public generally that 1 am now
sole agent lor thc sale of the old reliable
Singer Sewing Machine, Will sell them
on thc best plans-lease, installment or
Istraighout. They are on sale at thc
store of J. P. (Jampbell in llcnncttsville
where they can bc seen, or I will take
them by request to any part ol thc coun
ty. I will also take orders to supply
any part of ii :?ewing macnine wanted,
and guarantee a perfect 111.
I car? also furnish the new button
hole attachment -something every lady
Jan. H, LS90.
FOR WRAPPING 'URPOSES.
For salo nt this oi?icc.
NEW YOTtK FAHIIION BAZAR, j
ThoAugust number of this popular
monthly comes woll filled willi liter,?iure j
for tho parlor, tho il rawing room, ,8<wlng
room and kitchen. It ht ono of tho best I
bulles book? published, and should bo in j
cvory family, for tho mother and tho girls
to roiid and koop thing? in npplo pio order j
it homo. Rumple copy eau HOOU at thin i
BKNNKTTHVIM.E POST OFFICE,
MAUI,nono COUNTY^ 8. 0.
August II, 1800.
No. i-Miss Sarah Evans
2 -diaries Johnson
4 - A. 0. Rumora
q- Miss Lilly Taylor.
Whoo you cull for any of tho nbovO let
ters, please state that they li ava boon ad
vertised. Ono cont ?H charged for oaeh
T. L. CUOS?iANl), jp, M.
On tho evening of tho loth, nt tho resi
dence of the ofllolatiiig miniutor, Hov. L.
M. Hamer, Mr. John Ivey, of Marion
and Misti Nannie MoKiunoii, of Hebron,
Tho happy couple after thc congnntul a
tion ol' friends, loft for tho homo of thc
groom in Marion.
I announce myself ns a candidate
for Congrov.s for the ?Sixth District
subject to thc action of thc Demo
10. T. STACKIIOUSE.
July 20, 181)0.
For Judge of Probate.
1 hereby a uno nil co myself as a can
didate for the office of Probate Judge
for Marlboro County, on thc Furniers'
Platform, subject to thc action of tim
Democratic Convention or Primary.
Juno 2d, 1890.
For School Commissioner.
I announce myself n candidato for
thc office of School Commissioner, on
thc platform of thc March Conven
tion, subject lo thc action of tho
W. H. MANNIXO.
July 20, 1890.
Thc many friends of W. L
STANTON, appreciating his services
for six years as a school teacher,
nominate him for thc of?ice of
School Commissioner for Marlboro
.', subject to the action of
' it! ! mocratic Primaries.
J till loth, lt?'JO.
i respectfully announce myself as
a candidate for re-election to the
ellice of School Commissioner on the
Farmers' Ticket, or platform of the
March Convention, subject to the no
tion of Democratic primaries.
J. A. CALHOUN.
July 15, 1800.
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I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for appointment to the ellice of
County Treasurer, subject to the action
of tho Democratic primaries.
August 0, 1800.
At thc solicitation of many friends
I have consented to become a candi
dato for the ollico of County Treasurer,
subject to the action of the Democratic
PERCY B. MOORE.
August 9, 1800.
Thc friends of Capt. A. B. Henne
gan, of Ked Hill, nominate him asa
candidate for thu oflico of County
Treasurer, subject to thc action of tho
1 respectfully announce myself to |
thc Democratic voters of Marlboro as
candidate for the office of Treasurer,
subject to thc action of the primary.
ll. IL 1 IODO ES.
July 15th, 1890.
As Mr. J. Ii. Liles declines to oiler
for re-election, I respectfully solicit
thc support of my countrymen for re
commendation for Treasurer of Marl
boro County, subject to tho Demo
cratic primary. Thanking my friends
for their support in tho past, 1 stand
or fall on thc Farmers' Movement.
J, F. BOLTON.
July 15, 1800.
To make room fbr the Fall Stock,
I am now closing out my SUMMER
MILLINERY and DRESS GOODS
ai cost. Now is youi chance to buy
bargains. Conic early and sec cur
assortment. P. IL MASON,
Gibson Station, N. C.
July 2, 1800.
COWS FOR SALK.
l?e milch cows
,-es, that I will
R. A. DOUOLAS.
I have three milch cows with
young calves, that I will sell.
July 30, 1890.
A house and lot in thc town ol Ben?
lionsville. Apply at this OFFICE,
For tho Sonato.
Tho ninny friomb of Mr. John F.
McLauiin, ?f Ue?l Bluff, loipcclfully
nom i li tito him for tho Senato on tho
Farmers PLtform, subject to tho ac
tion of the Democrat ic jo i mary.
July 21, J890.
Mn. FDITOR :-Believing that faith
ful service in the past is the guarani
leo for the future, wo present thc
name of Hon. W. D. Kv?ns as a can -
didate for thc Senate, subject to tho
action of thc Democratic primary.
July 14th, 1890.
Houso of Representativos.
Tho many friends of Mr. H. M.
Stack' ouse nominate him ns a candi
date for the House of Representatives
on tho Farmers' Platform, subject to
tho. action ox' tho Democratic prima
MANY V OTHER.
August 2, 1890.
Thc many IHends of Capt. J. L.
M1 w ri n, h--having h?m Jo ho tho
friend ol' the Farmers Movement, re
spect fully nominate him as a candidate
for tho House of Representatives,
subject 'o .he action of tho Democratic
July 28, 1890.
I nnnounoe myself a candidate
for thc House of Representatives,
subject always to tho Democratic
Priai h rio s. T. I. ROOKES.
July 14th, 1890.
To tho Democratic Voters of Marl
boro County:-I respectfully an
nounce myself as a candidato for the
Legisla tu ro, su bject to the action of
the Democratic Primary.
H. C. NEWTON.
July 7th, 1890.
At the earnest solicitation bf my
friends, 1 have concluded to announce
myself ns a candidate for tho House
[>f Representatives, suhject to the ac
tion of the primary.
J. P. BUNCH.
July 7th, 1890.
At the solicitation of my friend, T
licrchy announce myself a candidate
for the ellice of County Auditor, on
"he Fi? rm era1 Platform, suhject to the
tction of thc Democratic primaries.
CJIRIBTOPIIEII D. FASTEN LI NU.
July 22, 1890.
I announce myself a candidate for
ecommendation for the appointment
>f County Auditor, suhject to the
KT.T T. COVINGTON.
I respectfully announce myself as
i candidate for re election to thc
wTicc of County Auditor, .suhject to
he action of the Democratic prima
ces. JACOB ALFORD.
July 10, 1890.
For County Commissioner.
i Hereby announce myself a cai di -
late for thc oflico of County Com mis
non er, on thc Farmers' platform,
subject to the action of the Demo
J. B. STUHRS.
August 2, 1890.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Commissioner-suh
ject to thc action of the Democratic
primary. THOS. BENNETT.
I hcrehy announce myself as a can
didate for County Commissioner, on
the Farmers' Platform, subject to the
July 25. 1890.
I hcrehy announce myself R9 a
candidate for tho ellice of County I
Commissioner, on the Farmers Plat?
form, subject to tho action of tho
Democratic prims ry.
I respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for thc office of County Com
missioner, on tho farmers' Platform,
subject to tho r.ction of the Democratic
J. 0. TOWNSEND.
July 21, 1890.
Thero having been no repr?senta?
live on tbe Bon id of County Commis
sioners from my section of thc county
for som years, I havo decided to an
nounce myself as a candidate on tho
platform of tho March Convention,
suhjoc to tho notion of tho Democratic
July 23, 1890 il. 8. GRANT.
I respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for re-lection to tho oflico
of County Commissioner, subject to
the action of tho Democratic prim tl y,
J. C. ??MP1I?1 .
July 15, 1890.
I hcrehy nnnnotince myself a can
didate for ro election as county io ni
missionor, upon tho Fanners pl ntl
Having had somo cxperionco in thc
oflico I now fool moro compoten I. to
servo the people another term than I
did the first term. Thankful for yonr
confidence and support hoforo ? ask
a continuance of same.
RAIEOHD Ci HUON.
July 8, 1890.
I mn Belling ul. priccjL
can no t be c?uplicat?n^
havo to do Y ? f??)
and got tho iirlfrSK's ut price:
RIOE, 5 to 7?c per lb.: ?S?d?n
H to 8jo.; 00 FEEE>; '20c ; Men)
16c per peck, $ J. Vi 8 per ?n'?k ;
Flour, 2J to 4c. per Jb.; Luid, 8?i
peril)', Meat, (i|c. ??cr lb.; Mo
lauses, 30o. to OOo. per gab; Te UP
50c; Tobacco?, 25 to 60c per lb. ,
Kerosono Oil, 16$ to 20c. por gul.
Grits, 2?o. per lb.; Vinegar, jjOc
por gal.; Buttor, 20c. por lb. tb
Gilt-Edge ; Crackers, 10c. per lb..
Lye, 8c. per box; Soap, 4o. po
bar; Sardines, 7 to 9c. per box,
Tomatoes, 8 to 9c. per can ; Eagle
Brand Condensed Milk, 19c. por
can ; Salmon, 15 to 19c. por can ;
Snuff, 43c. per ib.; Gunned Beef,
15 to 20c. per can ; Pickles, 10 to
20c. por bottle; Oysters 12 to 20c.
p?r can. Others goods in grocery
lino very low.
?Spool Cotton, 4c. per spool ;
Gouts Collars, 9c. caen ; Ladies
Collars, 8c; Handkerchiefs 2^c. to
10c; ?S\ispot.<?cr.s, lo 20c; Pins
4c. pa por.. M eedles, 3c. pe r paper
Lad i ct Hose, ?> lo 15 c per pair
Hair Brindles, lf> lb 20c euell
Half Hose, 9 io 15c each : Bal
Thread 2c; Gents Pino ShirN
35c to sl.H0 ; LtulibS Gloves, I;
to 25e.; Calico, be. per yu rd
Ginghams, 7^e. per yd - Gout'
Draw.o s, 20- to 50c; Ribbons,
to 15c j lor vii., E<li!,;< . '/ i.o
per ,,<!.; Whisk Brushoff
Mott ? fi oin 80c io $2.00 pi
pair ; Ladies Shoos from 76e. b
$1.50 pi1, pair ; Child ron's ?Shoe
from 50 c |() $'.25; Coitori?tld?
He. t, I rc per ) I : Tabl? Oi
Cloths :!;?c. per vi!.; .>
30c to ; Bedsteads, .
Now. if you ww ut J ? A i .' A i i
try mo and 1 wjil < on\ ince > ?
that I hil '.. . st ruo bbl tom.
Some ol tho ;-;w..o.;. ,-;>d b.e;;
I will al ways sell yoi ; luis
nt cost, snob us Moats,' Sligo,*]
Meal uud heavy groccrier,
May 23, 189a
FjTG 1 AN K1 Nf! -mr p'itrohs for the ?
X libei-11 pu?roti.ii?o lust your, we tn!
tins uiolhod of informing ih?iii (hilt v
will, ut i-a-- .?vi f ilil?, ?ontinuO io mam
facturo IM?.I repair
CARTS, WAGONS, BUGGIES, ETC.
and will do any work in tho Blaoksmhh
linc, llorac Shoeing a specialty.
Wc havo a lino lot of seasoned limber
on hand and aro prepared to build cans
on short notice nt low prices for cash.
Give us a cull before you boy and save,
money. Now is a Rood time to bring in
your buggies and have them painted.
I loping to reeoivo your patrooago tho
present your, we ave,-yours truly,
STANTON .t WILLIAMSON.
Wheelwrights and lMucksiniths,
Jan. 6, 18'JO. Olio, S. (!.
AT CLIO. S. C.
THE undersigned respectfully infor" '
ibo public that ho is now t-nfiagv i
in manufacturing and repa???* /urfntute.
Coffins of all sizes mad? lo Order, choona
than I hoy cu? bc bought auywhoro in thu
oountiy. (Jood work, low prices, satis
J. T. STONE.
May 22nd, I SOO.
To Hie Fanners of Marlboro nial
und Surrounding Country.
With 20 yonrs experience in Cotton
Oin Repuhing. I think I can safely a.y
thilt 1 know tnv business and proposo to
bold thc field. I fill boxes, repair brushes,
true up tournais and put ibo maohincry
in first-class ordo.-. I guarunteo satlsfue
lion. Parlies wanting work dono should
not wait too long, as I may ho orowd d
when thev might wnnt mo. Hand work
10 and 12-1 cents; nmohino work 5 cents
a saw. Send in your orders early.
Mimili L 18u0. Bennottsville, 3. C.
Physician and Surgeon,
BENNETTSVILLE, S. C.
Mr?f" All calls should bo mndo at tim
May 6th, 1890-6m.
Property for Sale.
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