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BY S. A. BROWN & Co.
VT?TTi AV ATT.'1TTf,f,, y mn
Entered nt tlic Post Ofllco at Dnunotts
ville, H. 0., UH HCCOIUI olnea mutter.
FOR GOVERNOR Of SOUTH CARBUNA
Biilijcct lo tho notion of tho Doinoorntic
State Oonvou iou.
THE OFFICIAL VOTE!
Owing to thc Into arrivai of some of
tho returns on Wednesday and tho
lute hour wo were ablo to get a ocr
illicit! table of tho vote at the diderent
polling precincts, we arc only tibia to
give tho full vote for each candidate
in tho county, and in our next hope
lo havo a complete tablo tor tho ben
efit of candidates for future elections.
The editor is sick, and in consequence
our friends must bear with us.
The following \a the oilicial vote :
For thc Senate
W. IX Evans, 108(5
John F. MeLaurin, ?l}.1}
For thc House.
H. M. Stickhouse, 115)0
John L. McLniirin, 1052?
J. P. Hunch, 494
H. C. Newton, 192
Thus. I. Hogers, 200}
lt. C. McIntyre, 70
Milton MeLaurin, 1442
Wm. Ii. ?Stunton, 700
J( hu A. Calhoun, 504
W. IL Manning, 327
H. H. Grant, 782
John li. Stubbs, 452'?
Franklin (?nick, 341
Thomas Bennett, 0!):*H
John C. Campbell, 520J
Jonathan Woodley, 087?i
Rai ford Gibson, (?85?
John C Townsend, 005;\
Robert Gray, 94$
Jacob Alford, 721
Eli T. Covington, 475
C 1). Easterling, 442
Percy B. Moore, 507
Robert H. Hodges, 453
John Parish, 110
J. Frank Bolton, 101
A. B. Houiwvjm,., ; H)
PEN AND SCISSORGRAPIIS.
Robert R. Bcthea has been com
missioned postmaster at Latta,
Capt. T. L. Liles has withdrawn
from tho race for thc Legislature
in Clnsterlield county.
Capt. A. A. Pollock, of Cbcraw
is a probable candidate for Con
grios from tho 5th, District.
The congressional convention ol'
the 0th, district has been called to
meet in Florence, S. O., at 8 p.*iii ,
on September the 9th.
Steve Jacobs has been recap
tured and brought back to Lum
berton jail. Stove Bays Henry
Berry Lowery ie still alive.
There is a cactus plant in Nash
ville, Tonn., that never blooms ex
cept on tho eve of a Democratic
victory. It is blooming now.
In New York tito law against
cigarette smoking goes into effect
September 1st. Minors under 16
caught p?t?ling the things will bc
fined $2 and i tn prison mont for one
day. Some people think a good
whipping should he thrown in
The Columbia Theological Semi
nary will resume exercises on Sop
tnnbor 15th, and everything about
the institution will BOOH bo in
sh apo for thc reception of tho sin
?Rev. W. II. Potter, 1). I)., ed
itor ol' tho Wesleyan Christian Ad
vocate, has boen elected missionary
secrotary of the Methodist Episeo
]) 1 Church, South, to succeed Rev.
A. Coke Smith, I). D., who has
been chosen to fill a professoral
chair at the Vanderbilt University.
Dr. Potter will leave for California
lo assume tho duties of his new
position about September 1st."
.Dr. Potter m a native of South
Carolina and was born in Laurens
Captain G. M. Hendrix, the pop
ular conductor on tho Atlantic
Const J ii ne, has resinged on account
of ill-health. In point of service
he was the oldest conductor on tho
road, having served in tltat capaci
ty for thirty years. Ile will here
after reside in Gheraw, where he
will engage in thc grocery businoes
with his tat h?rend aw, Major A. 15,
Horton. Captain Hendrix's many
friends throughout thc Stato will
regret to leam of his retirement,
and will sincerely deplore tho
cause which lcd him to take this
TH E CO UJ\TY CA M PA IO X.
Tho pr mary canvass of tho Cou ?ly
closed on Monday with thc mass moot*
?og nt I ho Court House, which was,
without doubt, tho livilicst and most
ii tcrosling of the campaign.
Tlie candidates were in good trim
and in (ino spit its. Hon. W. J>.
Evans presided, und opened the meet*'
iug at 2:15 by introducing us the fust
speaker Mr. ii. RI. Slnekhotiso, who,
in ii 20 minutes talk said moro than
some inen eny in dt), and tnado a (ino
i in prensi?n on thu audience.
He was followed by H. 0. McIntyre,
Esq , in u strong unti-Tillinau talk ol'
J. P. Bunch came next with a short,
pointed .speech, lavuriug tho denvm 'u
o?' tho larmerH-a curtailment of gov
ernment expenses aud the sub-treasury
Ho waft followed by II. C. Newton,
u wide iiwnko young farmer of ? dunns
ville, and who will, soipo day, make
a record for Iii nisei f ill his devotion to
Alliunec principios and a moro ceo?
nomical administration of Stute and
T. ?. Hogers, ll?sq , now pretty well
known over Ibo county as ono of tho
best oil'h?nd stump speakers, followed
in u '25 minutes speech in defenco of
the present Stalo government with
somo lively flings at Tillman aud his
HCiv ?lohn L. Me Lu uri n, tho rising
young m miber of our bar, and un ablo
exponent ol' thc farmers' ino vernen t,
followed in one of tho most interesting
speeches of thc evening.
Messrs. Evans nod McL.tnrin, can- j
didn'es for the Senate, followed in
i Then followed tho candidates for
School Commissioner, County Com
missioners nnd tho Treasurer and
I Capt. Hcnnegnn, a candidate for
Treasurer, made a humorous speech
j that tickled the tiudienco and gave
? considerable life to the closing hour of
tho omipaign, as did also Mr Hubert
. Groy, a candidato for County Com
, missioner. Tho meeting was a success
mid was highly enjoyed by ali who
favor ibo Primary plan.
AT HOMB AND A I)HOAD.
The News and Courier keeps up
its useless fight against Capt. j?. J t.
.Tillman, anti still thinks he cnn bc
I do flated. What nonsense
I Ti ll ni an has 138 votes already
j pledged for thc September conven
j tion. Ile only needs '23 more to
nominate him on thc first ballot.
Capt, B. R. Tillman will Le thc
next Governor ot* South Carolina.
I That ia settled, and every true
1 Democrat may just us well ac
knowledge that fact now as later.
Tho new* constitution of tho
Democratic party provides for tho
nomination of delegates to State
Conventions and all candidates by
Cons. M. C. lintier and Ilagood
lliivb declared with other leading men
that thc ligb of the opposition to Capt
Tillman is a fruitless ono, and they
advise a qu et submission. Just as
weil had dono this before ami saved
tho thunder spent.
Now, if ever, is thc time to
stand firmly up for Democratic
principios. As tho Hampton
Guardian cays obodience ''lo the
voice of the majority is ono of the
tenets of the party, and true men
and put iots will unhesitatingly
Tribute of Kenned.
WIIKUEAS, On tho l illi, clay of
July 18?0, God in His wisdom call
ed for sister M. IO. Spears to cross the
cold water of death, although her
life had numbered but thirty-five
AH lifo is but a span, death
knocks alike tit the door of the
young and the old ; one by one
our gems are being plucked front
earth and transplanted iii heaven,
?She was affectionate und dutiful,
ns a wife, ns a sister, was very de
voted, and as a Soldier of the Cross,
?lie met death peacefully and tran
quilly. The humblest and the
poor received her kind attention,
enid she was careful as to their
wants and comforts. She suffered
long and much, yet boro all pa
tiently supported by Divine grnoo ;
therefore, be it resolved,
1st. That in the death of sister
M. E. Spears, Hebron Alliunec has
lost a devoted and eilicient mem
ber; we therefore, meekly bow in
submission lo Him that docth all
2d. That we sympathise with
the bereaved husband and friends
in their loss, knowing that their
loes is her eternal gain.
3d. That a copy of these r?solu
lions be sent to TUR MARLBORO
DK.MOCKAT for publication, and that
j the bereaved husband bc furnished
with a copy of the same.
dh. That a blank page in tho
Minute Book of our Order bo in?
scribed to her memory.
D. P. MOQUAOM,
J. h\ MCKINNON,
W. J. ItlVHHS,
August lt), 1890.
" Do thou Groat Liberty Inspire our Souls and make our lives in thy possession happy, or our Deaths Glorious in thy Just Defence."
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llEtfNETTSVIL'LIii, S, V.
lt. C. HOOT, A. H.,
II. I). COKHETT.
Mi?a LENA PITT*,
Miss HEH ICC O A Oit?SLAND,
Mitss SALLIE WHITE,
Mies M. li. McAiEMOHE,
Teacher Pritimry Dopurtmcnt.
M lisio anti French.
m H IC NINTH SHSSION ot this School will open on Wednesday, the 3rd day ol
li September 1S90. Tuition in Literary Department will be FREE to all ?MU
dren living within the School District-except lor French and German, tor which
all scholars will bc charged $1 00 per month, each : and each scholar that enters
will bc charged a conxiltf/ent fee of TWO DOLLARS per session. 'Ihis fcc is due and
payable in advance, at tia- ben i nu i nt/ af thc session, at ot' before the enrollment of (he
?I ll j til.
Thc following arc the rates of Tuition for pupils living beyond thc limits of
thc School District :
First to Fourth Grades, inclusive, - - . $1.50 per month,
Fifth to Ninth Grades, inclusive, - 2 5? per month.
Music, including thc use ol Instrument, - ? 3.00 per month*
To all pupils within or without thc Graded Scbojl District.
Art, to all pupils, within or without, - - - 2 00 per month.
AH patrons residing beyond the limits ol the School District, but owning
! properly therein, shall have credit on their Tuition lillis tor the amount ol the
special tax paid by them respectively.
Cft)'" Wc woul<j urge upon parents thc importance ol sending their children in
promptly on thc I'I HST DAY, so that they may bc properly graded and get to
work wilhoiu delay.
A J. BRISTOW,
August 7, 1S90.
Secretary (tatt Treasurer Hoard of Tsastees.
SSPEC1AL JS?MWI?K SALE
N O TB O Oil
P?ANOS AND ORG?NS.
BUY NOW and pay when cotton is sold ut Imvest cash ?trice No interest will
be charged. Pianos $25. cash balance Dec. 1 Organs $10, bal. Dec. 1.
Write at once for catalogue and prices. Positively lowest cash prices qiven
on thc above terms. Fifteen days test ti lal allowed. Remember we continue
to sell on the easy $5 and $10 payment plan. We can please you. Over 300
different styles to .select front, Full tnlotmatioh cheerfully given.
J. B. KILLOUGH c? 00.
FLORENCE, S. C.
fi D. tteousnroti. OHMIOOU,
J. E. HAT nc MY. tWom.
J10 A ll D O F I) IR RAVI OR S.
HUN K tl, R RAD Ki President National Runic of Haleigh
MAJ. H.t.. Il A K lt Kl. I,, I-corot nyN. 0?,Tonolierrf Assembly
J OS fl I'll I'S DAN lg LS, Editor stito Ohro?ilcl?
Dr. Il, 1!. ll ATTI. 15, Director X. 0. Experiment Station.
Thc following tir* ta li ?Ii? i SI KN'Ol? HA I'll Y, T Y1? K AV R ? Tl NO, T KL ICO It A PH Y with
MATH KM ATMS, HOOK - K li K P l N U ami PENMANSHIP. Competent Students assisted tn
Procuring Situations. 120 Lessons in Stenography given by mail. Send for catalogues
giving terni!', ,f;e. August 7, 181)0.
FAYETTE Vf Li lil? m
Qfysis. A. Goodwin. Prop.
(LAUDER'S OLD STAND,)
FAYETTEVILLE HST. G
Monuments and Tombstones either in jMaruic or gran
||i|l|iit.o at prices that defy competition.
Consult your interest by calling 6. wi ?line; for designs
Jj^and prices. BigT ALL W?rk doli ve rou flt EIS at your
nearest depot- EU.KKKK POWKKS, at Bcnneltsvillc, is my local
agent for Marlboro County.
Sept. 20, 1888.
-.Published livery Friday At.
JBEN??WBVIILLII?J, SOUTH CAB0M1A.
Tho Oldest, Cheapest and Lest Advertising Medium iii tho
lias thc Largest Circulation and oilers superior advantages lo
Has a Job Department and prepared lo do all kinds of work at
Now is thc time to prepare for Kali Advertising.
J. F. EVERETT,
WHOLESALE-:- DEALER -:- IN
SILT Ml) FERTILIZERS.
Cull timi learn prip.os.
Feb. 8, 18?I0.
etu'CA6.?'. *? UNIONSQUARE,NY?HiRlf??*_.
ST.L0UIS.MU. rjgjjjggp^^M OALLAS.TEX.
The Now Homo Sewing Machino Co.,
25 Whitehall strcot,
Mardi 7, 1890. Atlnntn, Ga.
1 am now prepared to buy or soil Real
Kstate in Marli?, o FarlliH wishing to
buy or ?ell, will do well to confer with me,
or write inti af monheim, S. C., before
milking sabs or purchase...
A. J. MATHIESON.
.July 1, 1880.
?ft?r d?o consideration of tho liberal patronage extended, to mo during
tho past five years-allowing my minda' oyo to tnko a retrospectivo viow of
tho gradual fuumeinl progress and enlargement of my business since my loca
tion in Marlboro-my heart wells up with gratitude to my many cuidomcrs
and friends for their ready recognition of my untiring efforts to establish a
reliable jewelry business in Bcnnottsvillo. Thc just criticisms of all those with
whom I have hud dealings isa suflicicnt guarantee of my honest and honorable
intentions, and if I, or any of my employees, have by accident misrepresented
any goods sold nt
.4H CARROLL'S * JEWELRY * S FORUMS
during tho past five years, I am not only willing but ready to mahn yowl such
error. It is not now and never has been my intention to attempt th hoodwink
my customers by claiming to sell goods at and below cost, but 1 do claim to sell
Honest Goods at Reasonable Prices!
I also claim to sell the same class of goods from 10 to 50 per cent LESS
than city jewelers. There is no lino of business that is so susceptible to tho
subtle machinations of unprincipled dealers as tho Watch and Jewelry business.
Owing to the fact that it is impossible for tho shrewdest business man to cor
rectly cstimato thc value of goods in our lino, without previous application,
training and study, it is also true that it is a very difficult matter to conclusive
ly prove tn our euston)ors that wc give full value for each dollar spout at our
place of business ; Therefore, wo can only reiterate our oft-repeated and
always practiced assertion, that in every instance and Under all circumstances
our customers will fiud us
Judging from tho volume of our business during the past year wo hardly
think it possible for many people in this county to hnvo slighted us, by failing
to call and see our MAMMOTH JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS
STORE, yet, for thc information of old friend* as well as new acquaintances,
I wish to remind you that I am better prepared than ever to supply your
wants in my linc. We aro
HEADQUARTERS FOR PRESENTS OF ALL KINDS ?
Dealer in Fine Gold and ?Silver Watches.
Originator of Artistic Styles o? Ornamental Jewelry !
A Magnificent and Extensive Assortment to Select From 1
Again thanking you ALL heartily for liberal patronage during pa3t years, and
extending a cordial invitation to cali and see me,
1 remain, your humble servant,
H. W. CARROLL
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
Dealer in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Chinawarc, Lamp Goods,
Books, Stationery, Cutlery, Plush and General Fancy Goods.
March 14th, I890.
.-^SPRING * OPENINGJS-M.
CONTINUING THE CLOTHING BUSINESS ON A MUCH LARGER
scalo, wo oiler a full lino of seasonable goods for men, bo?'s and children.
We aro also headquarters for
of thc best makes: Zeiglcr, Heiser, Bay State, J. H. Lewis' and other stand
ard makes. Our stock is always full, and wo seldom fail to furnish any si/.o
wanted, and buying ns we do direct from tho manufacturers, and for cash, wo
oder every inducement-LOW PRICES FOR GOOD GOODS, THE VERY
BEST VALUE FOR THE MONEY. Also, full stock of
Shirts, Undershirts, Woolen Overshirts, Roys Shirts, Children's Shirt-waists,
from four lo ten years, Cu fis, Collars, Bows, Ties, Scarfs, &c. Also,
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Notions,
embracing everything that is useful. Our White Goods are unusually attrac
tive, rich in quality, stylo and price Wc will show you the very choicest
patterns in Ginghams, Sateens, Henrietta's and other Dress Goods. Wo were
early in thc market and, as carly buyers do, have secured thc best of every
For Men, Boys, Ladies, Misses and Children, embracing all tito best styles
in wool, fur and straw. In this department, also, wo claim that we aro ahead
of all competitors, and a personal inspection will convince you that our claim
is a just one. We also keep constantly on hand lull stock of
Such as BACON, LARD. MOLASSES, SALT, FLOUR. MEAL.
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, STARCH, CANDLES, PEPPER,
SPICE, SOAP, POTASH, LYE, AXLE GREASE,
HAMS, <&c, &e.
O?B HARDWARE DEPARTMENT
IS ALSO FULL AND COMPLETE.
Plows, Hoes, Nails, Trace Chains, Back* Bandit, and in fr.ct everything
needed at home and on the farm.
We control tho following brands: Rig Ike, Bluo Joans, Lucy Hinton
Bull Frog. Wo also keep on hand a choice lino ol SEGARS. Wc also have
a full lino of
WITTO TN _V
CHAIRS, BEDSTEADS, MAITRESSES,
BUREAUS, BED ROOM AND PARLOR BETS.
Come and seo us, wo will do you right.
March 7, 1800.
Bristow & Everett.