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FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1890.
^TQWN A.NU COUNTY NEWS;^
THIRD ROUND 1?9Q.
BomicttBvMe ot., Pine Orovo, July 5, 6
North Mnr.boio, AugUBt % io
Plouhoim, Hebron, August 16, 17
licnnottsvillo station, September 6, 7
Clio, September, 13, 14
Appointments for Clio (Jli'OUlt.
REV, J NO. MANNING, V . C .
Clio, 11 a. m.; Beulah, 4 p. m.
Maur, ?og Chapel, 11 a, in ; Bethlehem
<1 p. ni.
Beulah, 11 a. m.; Clio, I pi m.
Bethlehem, 11 a. ni ; Manning 4 p. ini
Protracted meetings will commence
ist Sunday in July at Clio ; 3rd Sunday
iii July at Beulah ; 2nd Sunday in Aug
ist at Manning Chapel ; 4th Sunday in
\ugust at Bethlehem.
North Marlboro Circuit*
P UOT11 ACT ISO M HUT INO,
Tew Hope, August 9
'.bonozor, August id
i Grove, August 30
'Icaeant Hill, September 13
TILL AULT AD.
Wo hear from good authority Hint C. T,
loore bun the finest eolton in the county
X) acnn estimated at 200 bales.
. NITI?D BT AT KB J UKO US.
Messrs. Jame? A. Druko and J, N
' '(atherly have boon drawn to serve ns
rand jurors, and Messrs. Colin Pyrd ?nd
ni Gardener as Potit jurors at tho Opium*
a term of tho United States Circuit
tort, which meets on tho fourth Monday
One morning lust week a merchant of
'? town handed a young man from the
u.t.'y, who WUH going homo by tho depot,
3tuplo of letters lo mail for bim, as tho
iii bad already geno down. Tho young
iii responded to tho request, with the
omiso, that he Would certainly mail
Din, and if tho train was gono whou be
i. Ibo?? he would oui; run it t? Tata tv
?iiday says : "inc river is very lull ami
nj? rapidly. Corn and othor crops on
i low land aro lout. Cotton is sheding
lidly from excessive rains. Mosquitoes
1 gnats can bc stirred with a stick, and
i man don't keep lils mouth ?hue ho
I not require much to oat. Persons silt
ing from anti-fat can bo euri 1 by com
: on tho river."
HVN TO WILMINGTON.
The DHMoeiiAT returns thanks to Mr.
nry Ii. Cook, chairman of oommittco of
angeni-ints for round trip tiokct to
colina Peach on tho 20th, instant, from
yottovillo. Tho excursion is under thc
.pices of Cumberland Lodge No. S K. of
Tho Lodges of licnnottsvillo, Tatum,
' xton, Laurinburg and Gibson Station
li vo been invited to join Cumberland in
s day's pleasure. If it is possible the
M ?et AT will accept tho invitation and
? on hann.
SW BTOHTl'TO UK OPENED.
Mow,T. Broom and GraiiBon, of Lanena
, will open a branch of their mammoth
y Goods Hoiiso in our town about tho
fit nt week in September. They have
?red tho new brick store noxt door to
' P. Campbell on Front Stroet, where
ry will open a strictly Pry Goods Store.
. .th n thorough knowledge of thc trado,
>y hope to soouro a fair share of tho
siness dono in thut line. Remember
.1 time and plaeo.
ilk NEW BUIIEDUJLE.
Tho new schedule on tho C. F. A Y. V.
lt., which went into effect o>> tho 4th,
ics not uffoot us yet, though wc were in
jpos lt would i. v. shut the train for
onnottsvillo at tho sume timo tho train
laves for Wilmington. This chango
ould give UH the mail ono hour curlier
nd bo of groin ndvantngo to our people
.t prosent, the schedule id in tho interest
r Fayetteville without regard to tho wishes
f tho patrons on this end, which is a
orlons wrong, and ono which wo do hopo
1 thc interest of justino will bo righted
Tho county campaign meetings open to.
;ay (Friday) at lllonhohn. Tho hom- fixed
y tho chairman of tho two clubs that
\eo'i llier? is 2 o'clock p. m. Everybody
? courso is Invited to be present.
As mest of tho candidates will havo
>mothing to say at theso meotings, tho
>ur of 2 o'clock is none too soon, so try
ul bo on hand promptly nt the timo that
i ni may hoar all the addresses. There
I ill ho but (ive appointments-Plenheim,
. th, Clio, 191h, Nevvtonvillo, 20th, Grant's
'ills 22i]/j, and Ponncttsvillo, Monilny
?th. llomombcr that the hour for al)
io meotings is 2 o'clook.
A gentleman from Bcnncttsvillc went
i p to Bcd Springs on Tuesday and says
be is poing to attend thc Fair sure-h ;
vas delighted with thc Fair Grounds.
Items of interest Gathered Here
and Thero and Briefly Noted.
- Tho colored Odd Follows
havo rontod tho upper p:\rt of tho old
R?wo building on Marion or Depot Stroot,
and will iib it up for Choir ugo.
- It ia a littlo st rango that the
otiloora of the law can't o.ilch up with
those- follows who sell whiskey in this
- Tho hoavy ruins aro filling
up tho wells nod uro giving us plouty of
Hiirfuco wator to drink.
- It is said that a bunch of
clover hung up in a Hitting room or bed
room will o'onr it of llios. You ona find
enough to (cst it.
- Tho base ball lover is now
tho prevailing opidomlo of our town
Soino of our bov3 seem to havo a sovore
- Fodder pulling has com
menced, and tho farinors aro having n
time getting it oared dry. .
- Thc rains have helped to
make a good crop of grass, which thc
rurmois should save if tnoy neglect cotton.
_Ti- v/.'ip, K?i?tl of ? IOHO horse
tho other day that ''ho was so thin that
tho sun struck through und sot tho hny
inside on tiro.'1
- Oh, I'm onguged to Potor and John,
And Abner, Jamos and Karlo,
And Henry, Willlnnt, George and Don,
For I'm n Summer girl.
- Zeb Vance, the best stump
orator in North Caroliun, will address the
orowd nt Red Springs to-day (Friday) bc
sure and go.
- A dwelling hotiso for rent in
tho town of Clio. Apply to J. F, Nuuu,
Tatum, S. C.
- Road TRIO DEMOCRAT car ful
ly this week ; you will find soiuotbhg to
interest you, wo know.
- Mt ss rp. Smith Nowton and
Gil ?ert McAllister hu vo opened n Lixcry
mid Feed Sttblo ut Tatum Station fot tho
accommodation of tho travoling public.
Orders by mail from Drummers will recoivo
- Mr. Julius Do lley purchased
a wntor melon from his Uno lo W. A. Cros
land on ?Monday, that woighed 66 lim.
This ls tho largest melon soon on our
streets this season,
- Marlboro ii going to Rod
Springs this week. Ain't you going too?
- Everybody blesses tho Kail
road for keeping tho innils ut Fayottoville
without just cause. It seems that this end
of tho road lins no rights that the authori
ties arc hound to respect, and when wc got
tho road south, wo should remember thc
kind trent, tn ont,' roccivod in tho interest of
' Fayetteville Hui rah for tho Atlantic
I I ?oust Inuv. .. .
You will ii nd all kinds of
lin'i v . ' the Cho Drug Store.
Haid headed men can he suited to a T,,
-any others just as well.
- Tho price of tho DEMOCRAT
in now BO low in prioo that thc poorest
man in tho comity can pay for it. Eggs,
chickens, butter, pao??, corn, fodder und
oats taken in exchange.
J. li. Killough it Co., of Florenco, S. C.,
rt po t a largo success in business und ter
ritory. They aro now supplying homes
with Pianos and Organs from Georgetown
on tho sen coast to the Rino Ridge Moun
tains in North Carolina. Seo their new
advertisement rmi WI ito to them-full
information sent freo. Address J. 13.
Killough ?fc Co., Florence, S. C. 30.
- Attention is asked to tho
advertisement of tho Mooro High Sohool.
Tho Principal is too well known to need
TP "EI^SOIIsriA. Xi.
Mr. Clarence E. Mooro is on a visit to
Union thif?. wcok.
Mrs. T. W. Rouchicr and littlo Henry,
and Mre. D. J. Fraser, who huvo been
nponding somo weeks at Mt. Vernon
Springs, returned homo on Thursday
Mr. M. F. Ellerbe, who hus hoon ?poud
ing a short furlough with his family nt
Wadcsboro, ret tu ned to his post on Fri?
Tho DJCMOCKAT rejoices to record tho
continued improvement in health of Mr.
II. P. Johnson Ho is now nt Red
Springs with his fnmily.
Wc aro glad to seo on our stree'H the
smiling faeo of Mr. C. R. Jordan, who is
on a visit to friends and relatives of our
town. Charlie looks woll.
Mr. II. W. Carroll loft on Tuesday
morning for tho north to buy his fall
stock and tako in Saratoga.
Our young friotid, Harris Rristow left
on Tuoodny to try a session at tho famous
Now Gardon School.
Miss Etta Campbell, a charming young
lady of Mullins has bron apond?iig some
tim? with tho family of Mr. A. R. Rryant,
of Parnassus, Shu oxpoots to return homo
on Saturday, much to thu disappointment
of sovcral young goats, ospooiully ono from
HOW TO KILL WOIIMS.
Tho Alabama farmers havo hoon oxpcrU
molting and ololm thal tho boat way to
kill cotton worms is with dry puris groon
shaken ovor tho plant by means of a bug
nap polo. With a bag and polo coo man
with a horso oau poison a ono bono oop
ill two days. With proper precaution
Hi oro is no danger, and tho man should
chango his clothes daily whilo worlin? it,
und tho animal should ho washoe! and t lor
oughly brushed. Tho plan is ohoap and
safo, and thorn is no lennon for losb g my
cotton hy thcao posts,
ur sroa COURT, j
On Sutuidny nfl moon hint, complaints
wore modo to Coroner Sampson, tlint tho ,
brutal treatment of ti mother hud roaultod
io tho do ith of u littlo colored girl named
Charlotte Willims. He at onco impaneled
a jury of inquest, nod after hearing testi
mony, a post mortem was m nd o by Dr,
David, witto)) fully substantiated tho testi
mony. Tho jury, composed of o colored
and $ whites, being satisfied that it was n
clone ouso, raturued n verdict that tho
child como to it? death from ?ll trcutmout
ut tho hands of ii? mother. Tho Caro
ncr nt once committed her to j.til.
Tho woman'? immo is Violet Williams,
and lins boen living around town for two
or threo your?. Shu wan raised in Drowns
villo, and those who know her, ?ny this
?nukes six or oight that havo died from
hor ill t miament. Tho cuso ts a bud ono
und if the jury believo tho testimony, nbc
may pull hemp in November.
On Saturday night lust, another woman,
ohargod with i fantioido, was brought from
tho plantation of Mr. Uri rn well Pogues and
committed to jail in thia place.
PI VB AT Tilt) DOOK.
Tho last Maxton Union says thoro are
live petitiouH beforo the Commissioners of
thi.t township praying for tho privilege of
aelbng liquor in that town. It is to be
hoped they won't be successful. What a
pioluro ! Fivo men praying fo . a license
to work for tho Devil io a oiv?l???d ouiu
Wife-You do not speak to hie
us affectionately us you used lo;
George. I think you li ave ceased
t ) love mo.
Husband-The. o you are again !
Censed lo love you I Why, I love
you better than my life. Now
shut up and let me rend my
Chauncey M. Do pow givos a
rc ci po for success itt those words!
The main elements of success in
this world are good sonso, good
tomper, and m. ii id your own bu i
Conn! y Exccutivo Committee.
BENNETTSViiihK S. C., Aug. 9, 1>90.
The County Executive Committee
mot ut 10 o'clock n. m., J. B. Green
in tho chair. Presnt-J. B. Green,
Adamsvillc ; J. T. Bunch, Browns
ville; W. 1?\ Kinney, Brownsville;
W. D. Evans, Bcnncttsville ; J. R.
Peguos, Smithville; Jus. Liles;
BrightsvUio ; fjovi Ivy, Hebron ; T.
VV. Edens, Clio; J. J. Graham, Red
RI ii if.
First business arranging thc days
and places ol' campaign meeting for
this county ns follows :
Friday, tho l?tlij of August for
Brownsville und Hod Hill, at Bleu
Tuesday, thc 19th, of August for
Clio, Red Bluff and Hebron, nt Clio.
Wednesday, tho 20th, of August
for Adnmsvillc and Brighlsville, at
Friday, tho 22d, of August for
vSmithvillo ot Grant's Mills.
Monday, the 25ti), of August for
Bcnncttsville ii? Bennetssville.
Ordered t hut the Presidents of va
rious clubs call them together on
.Saturday, thc 23d, day of August at
3 o'clock to eloot tlie threo managers
for tho primary election.
The foll ?wing gentlemen filed their
curds with tho Exccutivo Committee,
and aie candidates :
For Stat o .Senate: W. I)- Kvans
and J. F. McLiurin.
J<\ r House <?i Representatives : ?I.
L. MoLaarin, T. I Rogcis, H. C.
Newton, J. T. Bunch, H. M. Stuck- 1
house und lt. C. McIntyre.
For Judge of Probate : Milton
For .Sch o! Commissioner : >T. A.
Ca houn, W. h. Stanton and W. II.
For County Commissioner: Rai
ford Gibbon, J. C. Campbell, H. S.
Grant, J. C. Townsend, Johnathan
Woodl y, Franklin Quick, Thos.
lieu net to, J. B. Stubbs and Ribt.
For Treasurer : R. II. Hodges, J.
F. Bolton, P. B. Mooro, John Parish
and A. B. licnncgtin.
For Auditor: Jacob Alford, Eli
T. Covington and Christopher I).
By eider Executive Committee,
J. B. GUBEN,
SPA UT \ N fflJItG, S, C.
,r. Ii. Carlisle, LL J), rrctildcnt.
FOUNDED IN I>51.
WO/FORD OOLhEUK offers lo stu loni? in
I ho io ir coboco classes l'? o parallel emirsos ol'
itiU'y. ?iicli loadme lo tho dngrco of Hui li dor
of Art', in ono whioh Modern banguiigos ur?
Mubotiiutod iur Uretk
board, hiliton, in.iliicubition, washing,
lights, fuel, bonks, nu l sintiuncry, thc nocos
flftry Collcije expenses fur tho year, cnn bo met
-vith ONK HiiNnnin ANO Flrrv DOI.I.AIIH.
Tao ndvnnttgos oll'e o I by Wightman nm)
Alumni Hu ts, onnblo gtuik-nts to mo t tlioir
00II0..0 oxpoi.soa with this ve-y small rtmount.
i bo Kovorninont is merni and pntornul, but
wi bout ospionngo or constraint.
Tho noxr session begins tho 1st, day of
J. A. OA MK WK lib,
.'ccrotury ot Faculty,
-ft. ? ?
WOFFORD COLLEGE FITTING
Spartdnbuiy, S, C,
Tho Fourth Sossion boghiB Ootobcr 1st, 1890
lloys prop tri d for College. Kxnensos
moy ho covered by ?15? n year. Supoi vision
onroful and contour.
A. (?. REM PERT, A. M.,
Hov W. II. Kirton bas lind a glorious
mooting nt Beauty Spot. Oa Tu?8(lay
n'ght tltcro wore homo 20 mournora ut tho
Altar. Th ero ha? hoon a general awaken
ing up in tho church -KOVornl additions, n
largo number of conversions, und a whole
some iuthionco Ket to work thal will result
in u great good in that community, lt JV
Mr. Kirton grown in favor with bin poopl j. I
and (Jod is blessing bin faithful labor on
Tho ntloution of parents and guardians
is directed to the advertisements of Wolto-rd
Collogo and Walford (Jollogo Training
School. The Methodist boy? call it "our
school," and from tho numboc registered
thoro last year from this county, it socmt
they woro right. Prices conmaro with
BQy" Statistics show that a Inigo pro
portion of tho child rou dio from what is
known as Summer Complaint, Dinrrhun,
Cholera infinitum nnd Dysentery. Hum.
pbreys' Speciliica Nos. Votir, Vivo and Six
are safo and certain.
- Lund roth's Frosh Gartlan
Seed, nil vari olios, for nit lo at Jennings'
. . J.?UM*? *>?"/ .??mi? Hi? nest
remedy Tor Dysentery, for ?do at Jon
BQIBF BUT TRUE,
Worms make a oh ?ld peevish and fret
ful. Don't let yours worry willi these
pests or worm colic. IIumphroys< mild
and pleasant Specific No. Two will glvo it
Bead t!ie now ndvortiscmont of J. B.
Killough ifc (!o. Special sit minor Hula of
Pianos and Organs nb spob ?fielt prionI.
liny now und pay when colton is sold-no
interest is their latest oller. Writo nt once
for catalogues and prices. Address J. B.
K11.I.OUOII it Co., Florence, S. C.
TH i ii uric or lt KS PECT.
Ab n meeting of tho Dunbar Sabbath
School held August tho loih, 1890, thc
following pronta bia and rcslntioiiR wore
unanimously adopted :
Whereas, it has pleased Almighty Cod
to rotnovo from tho toilsomo earea and
trials of earthly lifo, our beloved mern
bor, Miss Carrie Herring nod transfer ber
to Ibo heavenly rest ; therefore, bo it
i t, That wo bow meekly to tho will of
God, and acknowledge His right to disposo
of UR and our interests as KC cn 13 |>ood un1 o
2nd, Wo will ever oherieh tko memory
of our young friend's goninl nod sunny
wnys mid Rtrivo to imitate lia diligence
and fidelity to duty, and wini* mourning
nor r'hrly U) \\V\r?. rojnlcc *uu uhr (Bcd
tr. Um fi.tthj
3?(!, v.. e-li I od jr. loving ivuipn hy t.b
tho i-Vf, ,-.?.,! hi niiiy uni fqmi'W, . ml ii ?
vok> 1 <: t '-.?.' t ; .i.ii- ea bj e J (he cd
of all consolation."
4th, That a copy of thcho resolutions
bu sent to tho family of our decenscd
friend nod likewise t? Tlie MAULHOHO
DEMOCRAT for publication.
.Mus. H. W. BA mt AM,
Miss V no 11 KN CH DUNHAM,
MISS KATE MCQUEEN,
Mus. Vt. T. WttioiiT,
Mu. II. W. PAHIIAM,
D. D. CARMICHAEL,
J. C. DCNIIAR,
A I'ltinT-CLASS malo tendier for tho school itt
Dargan, Oyo miles west ol' Uimncttsvillo. Sos
sion lo hogin iibont September 1st, 1800. Ap
ply at this ellice for further information
Not ICO is hereby given, that application will
nado nt the next session nf tho t.ogUlaturo for
i charter for a Railroad from somo point on
bo North Carolina line, nour Gibson Station
.it ltannctUvillo, S. 0 , and from said toivn to
Marion Court Ilouso by Clio and Little Rock
?j i e-lia -tr HMM Ml aati-WAViti- izxJ. a?S?xasu?
MOORE HIGH SCHOOL
ililli FALL S10SSION of this well
JS, known School will open on thc first
Monday ia September next.
For Terms ripply to
J NO. S. MOOH li,
August 6, I890. Principal.
All persons having claims against thc
estate of Marietta Hobers, deceased, are
hereby notified to present thc same duly
proven to the undersigned, and all per?
sons indebted to said estate will make
payment to HUGH M?COLLU.M.
August 4, 189-).
For Se ir i nf/ Machinen and lite
liest Xecilles for all. Machines,
\ would respectfully inform my friends
and thc public generally that I am now
sole agent lor thc sale ol' thc old reliable
Singer Sewing Machine. Will sell them
on the best plans-lease, installment or
straighout. They are on sale at thc
store of J. P. Campbell in Den beltsville
where they can bc seen, or 1 will lake
them by request to any part ol thc coun
ty. I will also take orders to supply
any part of a sewing machine wanted,
and guarantee a perfect lit.
I can also lurnish the new button
hole attachment -something every lady
Jan. 8, I890.
FOR WRAPPING PURPOSES.
For salo at this oflice.
Bj E3 w Y O B K P A B??ION H A Z AB.
Tho August m.mbor of this popular
mon tilly comes well lilied willi literature
for tho parlor, tho drawing room, ,?< wing
room and kitchon. It is ono of tho bust
Indies books published, und should bo tn j
evory family, for tho mother and tho girls
to rend and koop things in apple pin order j
kt homo. Sumplu copy caa ?eon nt this
RKNNKTTBVII.I.E POST OKKICK,
M A nt,nono COUNTY, S. C.,
August ii, 1890.
No. i-Mies Sarah Evans
2- Chatios Johnson
3- P. MoArthur
4 -A. 0. Rumors
5- M?HS Lilly Tuylor.
Whon you onll for any of the nbovO lot
ter?, please Htnto that tboy havo brou ad
vortisod. Ono cunt is charged for onoh
T. L, CitosijANn, P. M.
On tho evening of thc 10th, nt tho resi
dence of tho ofllolatllig minister, Hov. IJ.
RI. Humor, Mr. John Ivoy, of Marion
and Miss Nannie McKinnon, of Hebron.
Tho linmiv r>A<i?>ln ?f??.. "^.."__i..i -
tion ot' friends, loft for tho homo of tho
groom in Marion.
I announce myself ns n candidate
for (.longton for the Sixth District
subject to thc notion of tho Demo
JO. T. STACKHOUSM.
July 20, 1890.
For Judge of Probate.
I hereby lin nomico myself ns a can
didate for tho oflico of Probate Judge
for Marlboro County, on the Farm ors'
Platform, subject lo thc action of tho
Democratic Convention ol' Primary.
June 24, 1890.
For School Commissioner.
I nu nou ii co tn y sel f a c.uididnto for
thc office of School Commissioner, on
tho platform of tho March Conven
tion, subject to thc notion of thc
W. II. M AN NI NO.
July 21), 1890.
Tho many friends of W. L.
STANTON, appreciating his services
br six yours as a school teacher,
nominate him for the oflico of
School Commissioner for Marlboro
?i 1 .', subject to the action of j,
mocratio Primaries, c
J . 15th, ltfDO.
i respcetltilly aiinounco myself ns
i candidate for re-election to the
)i)lcc of School Commissioner on the n
Farmers' Ticket, or platform of the 0
March Convention, subject to the ne- t
.ion of Democratic primaries. r
J. A. CALHOUN.
July 15, 1890.
.AAA A A A, A A A AA AA. A A AAAAAAA.AA J. Af. A
I hereby announce myself ns a cnn- <
Udale for appointment to the office of s
bounty Treasurer, subject to the action S
Df the Democratic primaries. (
August 0, 1890.
At tho solicitation of many friends
I have consented to become a candi? (
late for the ?ttice of County Treasurer, j
mhject to thc action of the Democratic j
PJ?ROY li. Mooan.
August 9, 1890.
Tho fi ?ends of Capt. A. H. Henne- 1
jan; of Red Hill, nominate him as a '
candidate for tho oflico of County -
Treasurer, subject to the action of the
I respectfully announce myself to 1 '
thc Democratic voters of Marlboro as j
?1 candidate for thc oflico of Treasurer, J
subject to thc action of tho primary.
R; II; 1 IODO K>s.
July 15 th, 1890.
As Mr. J. H. Liles decline-? to offer
for re-election, I respectfully solicit
the support of my countrymen fbi* re
commendation for Treasurer of Marl
boro C?unty, subject to the Demo
cratic primary. Thanking my friends
for their support in tho past, I stand
or fall on the Farmers' Movement.
J. F. POLTON.
Joly 15, 1890.
To make room for thc Fall Stock,
I am now closing out my SUMMER
MI LL IN KUY and DRR3S GOODS
at cost. Now is your chanco to buy
bargains. Conic emly and sec cur
assortment. P. K. MASON,
Gibson Station, N. C.
July 2, 1890.
COWS FOR SALE.
^?.^-.q? I have three milch cows with
V^Ai young calves, that I will sell.
m^M^M* H, A. DOUGLAS.
July 30, i,'loo.
A house and lot in thc town ol Ben*
ncttsvillc. Apply at this OPKJ?K,
For tho Sonato.
Tho ninny fribmiH of Mr. John F.
MeLautiii,of Ked Bluff, ic?pc?tfully
ll oin S liatd him for Ibo Senate on tho
Farmers Platform, subject tb tho nc
lion ol' tho Democrat io pi ?mary.
MANY Vor HUS.
Mn. EDITOR :-Believing that failli
ful service in tho past is thc guaran
tee for thc future, wc present ?lie
name of lion. NV. I). Evans as a con
flu?ate for tho Senate, subject to tho
action of tho Democratic primary.
MANY V OT nus.
July J4th, 1890.
House of Representativoa.
Tho many friends of Mr. IL M.
Stack house nominate him as a candi
date for the House of Representatives
on tho Fanners' Platform, subject lo
tho action of the Democratic prima
August 2, 1890.
Tho ninny friends of ('upi. J. L.
Mu Laurin, believing him io bo thc
friend of thc Farmers Movement, rc
spoclfuiiy nomiimtobim ns a candidate
for tho House cf Representatives,
subject ?o tho notion of tho Democratic
July 28, 1890.
I announce ID y Bpi f a candidate
for the House of Representatives,
subject always to the Democratic
Primaries. T. J . lioaEKS.
July 14th, 1890.
To tho Democratic Voters of Marl
boro County:-I. respectfully si ii -
nounce myself as a candidate fdr tho
Legislature, subject to the action of
tho Democratic Primary.
H. C. NEWTON.
July 7th, 1890.
At thc earnest solicitation of my
friends, 1 ha'vo concluded to announce
nysolf ns n candida to; for tho House
)f Representatives, subject to the nc*
;ion of thc primary.
J. P. BUNCH,
July 7th, 1S90.
At the solicitation of my friend, J
icrcbi' announce myself a candidate
br the ofllce of County Auditor, cn
be Farmers' Platform, subject to the
iction of thc D?mocratie primaries.
CHRISTOUIIKH D. EASTKUMNG.
July 22, 1890.
I announce myself a candidate for
coom inondation for tho appointment
?f County Auditor, subject to the
ou ii ty primary.
Ei.i T. COVINGTON.
July 15, 1890.
I respectfully announce myself ns
candidate fur re election to the
iflice of County Auditor, subject to
bc action of tho Democratic prima
les, JACOU ALFORD.
July Hi, 1890.
For .County Commissioner,
I Hereby announce myself a cai di
late for thc office of County Commis
lioner, on the For mors' platform,
itibicct to the notion of thc Demo
J. B. STU?IDS.
August 2, 1890.
I hereby announce myself a candi*
Into for County Commissioner-sub
ed to the action of thc Democratic
mmnry, Tubs. BENNETT.
July 28, 1890.
I hereby announce myself ns a erm
1 idilio for County Com missioner, on
bo Farmers' Platform, subjtet to thc
July 20, 1890.
I hereby announce myself a? a
candidate for tho olliec of County 1
Jommissionor, on the Farmers Pint?
brm, subject to tho action of tho
I respectfully announce myself as n
?n nd id ul o for tho ollice of County Com
missioner, on tho farmers' Platform,
subject to tho notion of ibo Democratic
J. O. TOWNSEND,
July 21, 1890.
Thero having beon no representa*
live on thc Ronid of Cou illy Cominis
deners from in y section of thc county
Tor som years, I havo decided to an
nounce myself us a candidate on tho
platform of tho March Convention,
Uihjec to tho action of tho Democratic
July 23, 1890 II. S. GRANT.
I respectfully announce myself ns a
candidato for ro-lcction to tho ellice
nf County Commissioner, subject to
thc action of tho Democratic prim try.
J. C. CAMl'lUs.1 i .
July 15, 1890.
I hereby antin?mico myself a cnn
dido to for ro olection as county coin 1
missioner, upon tho Farmers plotl i ;ni
Having lino some experionco in I lu1
oflico I now fcol moro eompolcni to
servo tho poople nnothor term (hitit I
did the first term. Thankful for your
confidence and support bofore Task
a continuance of saino.
RAIKOnD G HI JON.
July 8, 1890.
.-? 4 <*? ?
I nm Bullin(j nf priccf^
cannot bo duplicated,/.
have to do S i/> '".>}
and get tho ..n^ ^ al pricer
MOE, 5 to Tic. wv lb.; Soo An,
7? to 8?e; OOKi'MOlS 20c \ Mea)
16c. per pock, $J.28 per suek :.
Flour, 24 to 4c. por }b.) Lav?, B^<
per lb; Meat, O^e. per lb.; Mo
lasses, 30c, to OOo. per .Leal.; Tea;
50c.; Tobaccos, 25 to Cue. per lb.j
Kcrosono Oil, 1G? to 20c. pbr gul.
Grits, 2^o. per lb.; Vinogar. ?jOc
por gal.; Butter, 20o. per lb. lot
Gilt-Edge ; Crackers, 10c per ll).,
Lye, 8c. per box ; Soap, 4o. po
bar; Sardines, 7 to 9c. pol' box ,
Tomatoes, 8 to 9c. per can ; Kugle
Brand Condensed Milk, 19c. por
can; Salmon, 15 to 19c. por can ;
Snuff, 43c per lb.; Canned Beef,
15 to 2.0e. puf can ; Pickles, 10 to
20c. per bottlo ; Oystori, 12 to 20c.
pet* can. Others goods in grocory
lino very low.
Spool Cotton, 4c. per spool ;
Gout? (JollurP, 9c. cacti ; Lad icu
Collars, 8c; Handkerchiefs 2^c. to
10c; Suspenders, 9 io 20c.; Pins
4c. pa por ; Needlosj oe. per paper
Ludios Hose, 5 lo 15c, per pan
Hair Brushes, I?"> to 2(>o. each
Hitit' Mose, 'J lo loo. each . -Bal
Thread ye; Gents Pine Shifts
.'loo. lo #1.00 ; i.adios Cloves, '1;'
to ?2.O.O.; Qalicpy bc. per ynjrd
Ginghams, 7-?c. per yd,; Gout'
Drawers, 20- !'> 50c; Itibb?ns,
to 15c. poi yd.; Kilgin^ U' to li)<
por > ,<i.; Wlii.sk Bru.vh.-r.,''- -
Men'h '.':;..(. from 80c. io .V.-:.()(? pr
pair ; Ladies Shoes hom 75c. t<
$1.50 pr. pn/if j Children's Shoe
from 51 ?. -, t o .'.1.25 : ( !< ?ilona d< -
Ile. to 17c por ^ ' . Tublo Oi
Cloths 25c. per \ .1; ?' ' '
30c. to $1.25 ; Bedsteads, .,
Now, if you want B-APiG A ii
try mo and i w?B eoivviticc >
that I have struc bottom.
Some of the gouda . '.ced u" ..
fliibtuato In pvifw '..':.'
I will alvvays sell you l in;.-; j,
at cost, sucii us Meats, Stiga j
Meal and heavy groceticf,
May 23, 1890.
F??ll AN i\ 1 M > '.ur pitrons lor the
?I. libei .I pul rou ?i ec lust year, we tal
this mot hm! .tl* informing ihem that v
will, al onr oki stabil, continue io mani'
facture a ml repair
CARTS, WAGONS, BUGGIES, ETC.
and will do any work in tho Blacksmith
line. Horro Shoeing a specialty.
Wo have a lino lot of seasoned timber
on hand and are prepared lo build our.s
on short notice nt low prices for cash.
Give usn cull before you buy andt save
money. Now is good time to bring in
your buggies and have them pniuted.
Unplug to rucoiVo your pa tro o ago tho
present year, we aro,'yours truly,
STANTON & WILLIAMSON,
Wheelwrights and Wucksmitbs,
Jan. 0, 1800. Olio, S. 0.
AT CLIO, S. C.
?T?IIE undersigned respectfully infoi" ;
X tho public that ho is now i-ngn^u
iii manufacturing and repairing Airrutur.:.
Ondina of all sizes rond*? "> order, ehoap.-r
thnn (hoy om> bc'bought anywhoro in the
country. Good work, low prices, satis
J. T. STONE.
May 22nd, 1890
To tho Farmers ot* Marlboro anti
ami Surrounding Country?
Willi 20 years experience in Colton
Gin Repairing. I lliink I can safely say
i lui I I know my business und proposo lp
hold the field. I fill boxes, ropair brushes,
true up io,.mais nnd put (ho muehinciy
in lirst-elnss ordo.1. I guarantoo satisln.1
lion. Parlies wanting work dono should
not wait too long, as I may ho crowd d
i when they might want mo. Hand work
[ 10 and ?2j cents; umohino work 5 cents
a saw. Send in your orders early.
March L 1800. Bcnnottsville, S.
KR, E. T. 'BARBENTI^
Physician and Surgeon,
BENNETTSVILLE, S. C.
BW" All calls should ho mudo ot tim
May 6th, 1890-6m.
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12?0 population. . Nourishing busbies'.
.!u,co > bulen of coil :i boiivht laet SOMO 1
with merril .-u MHOI: i^fv.-.??^yV^
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