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BENNETTS VILLE. S. C.
liv s. A. ii KOW ai & co.
>75 GENTS PER ANNUM. -4.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1090.
?T0V?N ANO COUNTY NEWS.^
TIIlttD ROUND 1800.
Bonnottsvillo ot., Pino Orovo, July 5, 6
North Mar.boio, August 9, io
Blenheim, Hebron, August 16, 17
ll annetta vlUo elation, September 6, 7
Clio, September, 13. 14
Appointments for Clio Civoutt.
KEV. J N O . MANNING, P . C .
Olio, II a. m.; Beulah, 4 P. rn.
Manning Chapel, na. m.; Bethlehem,
4 p. m.
Beulah, II a. m.; Clio, 1 p. m.
Bethlehem, 11 a. m ; Manning 4 p, m.
Kort li Marlboro Circuit.
Pnom ?ci'ko MK KT INO.
Now Hopo, August 9
Ebenezer, August 16
Oak Qrovo, August 30
Pleasant Hill, September 13
A LIVIDLY MARKET.
Clio claims to havo bought already 130
biles of now cotton, that is up to ia
Ii APTIZM AL S WK VICK.
AB ti result of tho recent revival at thc
colored Baptist church, Ibero woro forty?
live persons baptized at tbo Creek bridge ou 1
?OUGHT niM O UT.
Messrs. D. C. White and Jamra P. David
havo puicluiKcd Simon Strauss' stock of
gcodB and will continue at tho Bama stand.
They promise to sell close*
Tho Palmetto Niuo went to Little Rock
on Thursday, tho 2lat, and played tho
Little Rock boy?, beating thom on their
own grounds 17 to 11. It takes a good
team to piny with the Palmcttocs*
Jill 11} F BUT Til U ID.
Worms make a child peevish and fret
ful. Don't lot yours worry with these
pests or worm eolio. Humphreys' mild
and pleaRant Specific No. Two will givo it
FALL TERM OF COURT.
Tho Septomher torin of tho Court of
Common Pleas convenes hore on tho 3d,
Monday. Tho crimual docket is a heavy
ono, including lour murder case?. Th >
jurors will bo drawn ou Saturday.
TUE EARLY BIRD.
Mr. J. H. Morris on Mr. J. N. Wcath
erly'B Johnson place picked out twenty
bales of now cotton in Uvo days last week.
Bart of tho time he had 56 hands Mr
Morris behoves in early planting, and it
was the vory trick this year.
WE DON'T BELIEVE IT.
The Inst issue of tho Marion Index sayp,
"It ii rumored that D. D. McColl, of Ben*
ncltsville, will bc the next Republican can
didate for Congress from tho 6th, Distrito.
Wo can't bolicvo it. Brother, whoro did
you get tins news?
A SERIOUS ACCIDENT.
On Friday afternoon last Mr. W. II.
Manning's lino Sorrel ran away with the
buggy in Smithvillo, and ran the shaft in
his shoulder making a serious wound.
Tho horse had been loft standing in front
of aresidouco, and finding himself freo, ran
lleud tho now advertisement of J. B.
Killough ?& Co. Special suinmor salo of
Piano* and Organs at spot cash priuos.
Buy now and pay when cotton is sold-no
interest is their latest oller. Writo at oneo
for catalogues and prices. Address J. B.
Ku.JLOucm &. Co., Florence, S. C.
Tho last issue of tho Manning Times
says that Mr. Charles L. Emanuel, a son
of this county, hut now a resident of tho
Fork section of Clarendon county, had tho
honor of selling the first halo of now cot
ton In that town last week, for which he
received io* con ts.
Tho contract for grading thc road tc
Society Hill hos, we leam, been let 90t, als<j
tho contract for tho hridgo over Foo Deo.
Work will begin at au carly day.
Work on tho road to Darlington and
Sumter progiCRf.es finely. Tho track has
hoon laid to Mr. Cnpol's residence-about
one milo from tho Depot. Perhaps tho
road to Darlington will ho opon hy Christ
TALK IT UR.
Friends, when you aro travoling about
or when you meet strangers, say a good
|^?rd for Boimoltaviilo. Tell them of our
new railroads ; tho opportunity for start
ing now enterprises, tho advantages ns r
placo of rosidonoo, tho healthfulness ol
thc town, its sobooffljWQburohas, <&o. W<
must grow, and it ls thc duty of cverj
citizen to givo tho town a push. Thoro ii
110 better placo in South Carolina for thc
investment of capital in new enterprises.
Horns of Intorost Gathered Hore
and Thoro and Brioily Noted,
- Somo pretty warm day?.
- Jake S?iys politics hau H?tll'
iug to do with it.
- Flour and sugar continuo to
go up io prico.
- Cotton is coming in daily
and bringing a fuir prico.
- Mombers of Dargan Alliunco
will (Iud a upcuitd notiuo ia this issue.
- Parties in want of good hoof
cattle or milk COWB should apply to Simoon
Gibson at once.
- Land roth's Fresh Gardon
Socd, all varieties, for salo at Jonuiugs'
- Our murch an to who wont
North uro all homo again and tho stocks
aro arriving daily.
- You will find all kinds of
line spectacles at thc (Jho Drug Store.
Haid beaded men can bc suited to a TM
-any others just as well.
- Thc watermelons are not all
gone yet. Wo saw somo lino ones at Olio
- Fine weather for cotton, and
thc pickers are happy-farowoll wnuhpots
and teakettles until tho crop is harvested.
- Mr. James Drigge rs and
Miss Laura Chavis wero married in Smith
ville by Rev. M E. Quick on tho 17th.
- The farmers Alliance will
opon a warehouse at tho depot after Sep
tember ist, where those who can't sell to
ndvuntago can storo until they do.
- Attention is asked to the
advertisement of tho M0010 High School.
Tho Principal is too well known to need
- Thc price of tho DEMOCRAT
in now so low in price that tho poorest
mau in tho county eau pay for it. Eggs,
chiokouB, butter, pean, corn, fodder and
oats taken in exchange.
- Parties wanting to borrow
money can get iL from tho Pudding and
Loan Association. They aro too poor to
advertise and wo give tho information free
for tho bouelit of our fricndB.
- Messrs. Smith Newton and
Gilbert McAllister ho YO oponed a Livery
and Feed Stable ut Tatum Station foi thc
accommodation of tho traveling public.
Orders by mail from Drummers will re?oive
- Tho Pos to fli cc Department
has issued order? for samples of pearl gray
postal card board, to bo employed in the
manufacturo of postal cards for tho uso of
women. The curd is to bo ono third
smaller than that in uso at present.
. . Jennings' Torry Syrup the best
roincdy for Dysentery, for salo nt Jen
- Mr. J. Wi Trawick, of Rod
Hill lost n buggy cushion nt tho dopot on
thu night of tho if)tb, at tho timo bis
mulo ran away. Tho party Who got it
will confer a favor by loaving tho samo
either at this ollico or at tbr* Storo of J.
- Thc Baptist meeting at
Hickory Grove, near J. B. Itby's, closed on
tho 17th. Tho following persons, who
joined during tho mooting, Wero baptized
lu tho Irby pond on tho 17th, by Bey. Mr.
Gulledge : Bcv. M. E. Quick and wifo,
Eli Driggcrs, Mrs. Lowie Brigtaun aud
Mrs, Rebecca McQuago.
J. Bi Killough Ai Co., of Ploronco, S. C.,
ropo it a largo success in business and ter
ritory. They aro now supplying homes
with Pianos and Organs from Georgetown
on the sea coast to tho Blue Ridge Moun
tains in North Carolina. Seo their new
advertisement cud write to them-full
information sent freo. Address J. B,
Killough Si Co., Floronco, S. G. 3c.
- The News and Courier is
hard nt work on Gala week for Charleston.
It suggests that every county in thc State
bo invited to furnish a "lloat." Tho sug
gestiou is a cjood one, and will provo a good
advertisement for each county. Go ahead,
gentlemen, Tm; DEMOCRAT will do its best
to have our county advertised that wook,
- Tlie attention of patrons is
called to tho advertisement of the Dargan
High School, located near Mr. Milton
Moore's. Tho next sotaion opens on Mon
day next, with Mr. G. D. Gooch as
Principal. Our young friend is a grad?alo
of tho Citadel, and will, we know, lill thc
placo with credit to himself and satisfac
tion to tho patrons
TPOI?T^SODiT .A. Xi.
Miss Mattio McLeod, accompanied by
her brother, left on Wednesday for hor
homo in Texas.
Mr. ll. P. Johnson, who lias been re
cuperating at Red Springs, returned homo
on Saturday, cotiHiderably improved and
able to resumo bufiincBS.
Mr. A. V. Maultsby and family loft
Thursday for Monheim, whoro Mr.
Maultaby takes'a position with Mr, A. J.
' Matheson. Our best wishes nttond thom
' in their new homo.
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YOU AUK IN A JJAO FIX
But we will cure you il you will pay
1 us. Our message is to the weak. nerv?,
ons and debilitated, who, by carly evil
habits, or later indiscretions, have tri.
lied away their vigor ol body, and
manhood, and who suffer all those cf
lects which lead to premature decay,
consumption or insanity. It this means
you, send for and read our ROOK OK
1,1 KU, written by thc greatest Specialist
' of the day, and sent (scaled) for 6 cents
in stamps. Address ()r, Parker's Medi
cal and Surgical Institute, 151 North
? Spruce St., Nashville, Tenn.
I B?"* Statistics show that a largo pro
> portion of tho children dio from what is
' known an Sumnior Complaint, Diarrhoea,
i Choiera Inf 11 nt uni and DyROiuory. If till)?
i ph roys' Spooifllcs Nos. Pour, Fl v? and Six
aro snfo and certain.
MAHIJUOUO OHADHO fJOHOOlj.
'i ho Graded School opona on Wednesday
nuxt, tho 3<d, of Septombor. lt 0. Hoot,
Principal with a full corps of ablo us^is
tauts, KB per advertisement. Wo aro re
quested to Hay, that tho contingent foo of
TWO dollars for eaeh scholar por session of
"vc mpuths ltt?St, hi id! oases, bo paid in
advance ab thoo of outrance before tho
oinollmont of tho pupil, lt may bo paid
to lt. C. Hoot, Principal or to A. J. HMS
tow, Secretary and Trcasuror Hoard of
'I'll Til ntlMAHY JiiLilUUTION.
Tho pi ?mary ol ce I iou for oounty ofllcors
ou Tuesday, passed ott quietly at thc
Court IIouso, us well as throughout tho
county, Everybody seomod to bo in good
spirits, while each ono quietly deposited
his ballot for tho mon of his choice. Tho
electioneering scorns to havo boen thor
oughly dono during tho canvass, lb was
a ploasnnb primary. Wo givo olsowhoro
tho primary voto nnd tho action of tho
Exocutivo Committee nitor a caroful can
vass of tho returns. Tho next Primary
will bo hold on Tuesday uoxt.
Til KR R will bo a cal? meeting of the
County Alliance ab tho Comb House ia
Henncttavilln, on Friday, Scptombcr 5U1,
1S90, for business of importance. Thc
dolegatcB to tho lasb Alliance aro tho dele
gates to this meeting.
J. ll. GUBBN, President.
Augusb 27, 1890.
A CA T.I. meeting of Dargan Alliance will
ho hold on Saturday afternoon next, Au
gust 30th, 1890, at 3 o'clock, to transact
Winnis TOKMNOTON, President.
C. D. Easlorling, Secretary,
August 25, 1890.
Tho noxt mooting of tho Marlboro
Union begins to day (Friday) at Proton's
Fork church. Rev. lt. N. Pratt will
preach tho Missionary sermon on Sunday.
Hov. W. II. Kirton closed ono ot thc
grcalosfc revival meetiugs at Sniyrua on
Sunday, ever hold at that placo We
hopo to have a full report for our next is
Tho meeting at Hebron last week was a
successful one. Kev. Slr. Porter was as
sisted by Uev. Pickett, of Columbia.
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According to appointment tho meeting
at tins place w.vs formally opened on Tues
day night. Promptly at S o'clock tho
largo Pavilion Tent owned by tho Associa
tion and erected on Col. McCall's lob South
of tho Tempor?neo Hall, nnd arranged to
scat 1200 or 1500 was elegantly lit up and
tao congregation bogan to assemble. Thc
services weto opened with a song service
conducted by Hov. ll. C. Oliver. As tho
preacher, in a clear and pathetic appeal
asked thc congregation to sing "There is
a F vilain tilled with blood a solomo
spiru Boomed lo possess tho audience.
No ,\i of "Joy and Claducss" followed,
and Hov. Oliver led in prayer. Hov. J. A.
Porter, President of tho Association thou
bi ?of ly outlined tho object and aims of thc
organization, with clear and forcible an
swers lo thc objections raised by some,
closed with a touching appeal to tho com
munity to join hands with them in trying to
do good and raising thc standard of piety in
Thc program is to havo four services a
day-6 a. m., io a. m., 4 p. m., and 8.30.,
to which all are invited.
Hov. Stun Jones will not bo hero, but
mon equally as good will. Among those
already herc wo mention Hevs. Claudius
Pritchard, H. C. Oliver and P. F. Kistlcr.
D KAT H'S DOINOS.
Died at her homo in Hebron township
on the night of tho 20?,h, after a long ill
ness of heart disease, Mrs. Polly Thomas
relict of the late Maj. Sato Thomas. The
funeral services toole place on Friday
morning at Hebron cemetery, and were
conducted by Hov. Pickett.
Died nt thc home of her son J. M.
Swann, nftcr a lingering Illness on Wednes
day night August 20th 1890, Mrs. Mary H.
Swann, wife of John M. Swann, aged 71
years, 5 months and 8 days. Thc funeral
services took placo on Friday morning at
tho Haptist church in this town, and tho
remains wero interred at tho Pino Wood
Cemetery, Hov. It. N. Pratt conducting
Tho friends of Wm. It, Swann sympa
thize with him in tho loss of his little baby
yiri on Tuesday, tho 2 tab. The funeral
services were held at tho Haptist chinch
on Friday morning and tho remains laid to
rest at Pine Wood Cemetery nt tho ?arno
hour with the Grund-mother.
IMGTN HIGH SCHOOL.
EflfHE DARGAN HIGH SCHOOL
Jt, Five Miles North-west from Bcn
nettsville, opens September ist. Prot.
C. I). GOOCH, Principal, assisted by an
eminently able instructess, Miss Annie
Tl IR Languages, Higher Mathematics,
Book-keeping and Music.
BATHUMI MRRIY SOLICITED,^
FOR terms, address the principal, or
M. A. J. Mooie, Sec. B'rd., Bennetts?
ville. S- C.
August i'9, I890,
A IMnIii CLASS malo tootdicr for tho school st
Dargan, Aye milos wost ot llcnncttsvillo. SOB
??on to bog I ri about Soptombor 1st, I SUI). Ap
ply at this oflieo for further information
WOORE HIGH SCHOOL.
THE EA LL SESSION of this well
known School will open on thc first
Monday in September next.
For Terms apply to
J NO. S. MOOR E,
August 6, I890. Principal.
Died at lier home on thc night ot thc
20th, of AugUst i8'to, Mrs, Mary Kich
! ai elson Swann. Mrs. Swann was born
; thc lotti,' ot* March i s 19. She was mar
ried in tInion County, N. C., ami was
married to Mr. .1. M. Swann, on the
24th, of Octobei I8<I-?. She had lived
out her three score anti ten years.
Slic was of vigorous constitution up
to the very closing years pf her lile--ac-?
live and energetic, and yet lhere were
no gray hairs oa her head to indicate
When in health, she possessod thc
happy faculty ot passing on in the dis
charge ol the duties of her life without
As a neighbor, she bore thc reputa
tion ol being always, and to all, kind,
sympathetic and generous. As a moth
er and wile, she was true, affectionate
and devoted. Slic and her husband
having walked together lor 48 years
had nine children norn to them, eight ol
whom are still living, and were with her
during her last illness to minister to her
wants, and by their presence c'ieer and
cointon her in thc closing hours ol her
Though only three years ago did she
frive hersch up to Christ, yet, Iroin that
time until the very closing hours ot her
lile, both by deed and work she bore
testimony lo the sincerity and purity of
During thc last two years ol her lite,
it was her lot to bc m lue ujhist of much
suffering. During the most intense sui.
fcring she has often saul to mc, as her
pastor, that it was alright, and lhat she
was only waiting ibo Master's toill to be
released Irom suffering. All hearts
were Impressed with thc sadness and
solemnity ot the occasion, when her
body was borne lo the home ol God. At
the door it was met by the body of her
little Grand child, whose spirit, a lew
lion rs after her release had taken its
Hight to be with God.
Little Nessie Alline Swann, died on
the morning of the 2 ist, of August 1800.
She was 10 months and 21 days old. 'I he
infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Swann. Seldom do wc see God's afflict
ing hand pul thus heavily upon our lam
i ly, and yet, it is all well and right, lt is
our Father, let him do what seemcth
Deep as the griel may be, and as
heavy the affliction, that causcth these
loved ones to mourn, yet they mourn
not without hope.
May our Father who loves you, dear
friends, lead, cointon and ? strengthen
you by Mis Spirit and Grace." P.
^ August 26, I890.
At a meeting ol' tho Democratic
Kxeeulivo Commillco held this day to
canvass the vote ot' tho First Primary
Kloolion for ('(ninty oiliecrs, the fol
lowing decisions were rendered :
There hoing 1021 votes cast for the
Sonnie, of which ? L1 is a majori ty, and
W. D. Evans having received 1?8G of
this, bo is declared thc nominco for
There being 3205 votes east for
Representan vis, of which 817 is a
majority, and ll. M. Sta ck h ou so hav
ing received 1190 and J. SJ. Mohan
rin 10521, they aro declared thc nomi
nets for the Mouse.
Milton McLaurin having received
1442 votes is declared the nominee for
the olllco of Probate Judge.
No ono hiving received a majority
for School Commissioner, W. li. Stan
ton and J. A. Calhoun receiving tho
highest nu in bor of votes arc declared
candidates for tho second primary.
Air* Calhoun requests this body to de
clare him withdrawn from tho race,
and th ut Mr. Stanton will still have to
run and be voted for.
None of tho candidates for County
Commissioners having received n
majority of the votes cast, lhere is no
nomination, and H. S. Grant, Jona
than Woodley, Uui('Ord Gibson, Thos.
Bennett, J. C. Campbell and John C.
Townsend having received the highest
number of votes aro declared candi
dates for the fccond primary.
None of tho candidates for Auditor
having received U majority ol' voles
oust, Ibero is no nomination, (ind Jacob
Alford and 101 i T. Covington arc can
didates for tho second prion ry.
None of the candidate.-! tor Ti -ensurer
having received a majority of votes
east, lhere is no nomination, and Percy
li. Moore und Robert ll. 1 bulges uro
declared the candidates for thc second
Tho Second Primary will bc held on
the second doy of September.
J. ? CS it KEN, CO., Chai minn.
CHAS CROSLAND, Secretary,
Bcnnoltsvillo, S. C.. Aug. 27, 1800.
SNATCHED l-ROM Till' OKAVE.
In this testimonial attesting the vir
tues ol Madam's Microbe Killer, Mr. M.
C. Halley, well and popularly known
fi om his connection willi the Queen and
Crescent Railroad, presents a picture ol
thu results of blood poisoning which
?annot but have its weight with evenly
balanced minds. Wood poisoning comes
to thc sufferer in such an insidious shape
that it is only discovered when, tinder
ordinary circumstances, it is too late to
combat it. According to his' weih a tn
thenticatcd statement, Mr. liattey was
veritably snatched from the grave by
Radatn's Microbe Killer, and hence
gives to thc world his faith in it as a
cure tor blood poisoning, while others
tell ol it as having cured them ot con
sumption and kindred diseases.
For sale by J, T. Douglas, Sole Agent,
H jcklen's Arnica Salve,
Tho bent Salvo in tho world for cut?,
bruises, sores, UICCIB, salt, rheum, fovoi
Hores, totter, ehappod haudu, olulblaitiR and
coma auk all ?kin eruptions, and positively
eurea pile?, or no pay required. It ?B guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or moll
oy refunded. Price 25 oouts per box. Foi
Halo at Jennings' Pharmacy.
NOTICE OF FINAl DISCHARGE.
ESTATE OK J. A. Mell AK.
NOTICE is hereby given, thal on the
291I1, day of September 1890, I will
apply to thc Judge of Probate tor MarU
boro County for Letters ol Dismissory
as Administrator bf thc estate of J. A
W. 1). CARMICHAEL.
August 28, 1890.
" Do thou Groat Liberty Inspire our Souls and make our lives in thy possession happy, or our Deaths Glorious in thy Just Defence."
I1 111 -1
I nnnounco myself ns a candidato
for Congros for tho Sixth District
Subject to thc action of Ihn Domo
13. T. STAOKUOUSK.
July 20, 1890.
At tho solicitation of many friends
I lin vc consented to become a candi
date for the otlicc of County Treasurer,
subject to thc action of thc Democratic
PERCY B. MOORE,
August 9, 1890.
I respectfully announce myself to
thc Democratic voters of Marlboro a?
a candidato for tho olllco of Treasurer,
subject to the action of tho primary.
lt. II. HODGES.
July 15th, 1890.
I announce myself a candidate for
recommendation for tho appointment
of County Auditor, subject to thc
ELI T. COVINGTON.
Jyjy 15, 1890.
I respectfully announce myself ns
a candidato for re-election to the
ofiicc of County Auditor, subject to
tho action of tho Democratic prima
ries. JACOB ALFORD.
ouiy iv, lotn/.
For County Commissioner.
I bcroby nnnounco myself a candi
date for County Commissioner-sub
ject to tho action of the Democratic
primary. TlIOS. BENNETT.
July 2S, 1890.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidato for tho otllce of County
Commissioner, on the Farinera Plat
form, subject to thc action of tho
I respectfully nnnounco myself as a
candidate for thc office of County Com
missioner, on tho Farmers' Platform,
subj cot to tho action of tho Demoorntio
J. C. TOWNSEND.
July 21, KS90.
Thora haying been no representa?
tive ou thc Board of County Commis
sioners from my section of tho county
for som years, I havo decided to an
nounce myself as a candidate on tho
platform of tho March Convention,
subjec to the action of tho Democratic
July 23, 1890 H. S. GRANT.
I respectfully announce myself ns a
candidate for rc-lection to tho office
of County Commissioner, subject to
the action of thc Democratic primary.
J. C. CAMPBELL*
July 15, 1890.
I hereby annnouncc myself a can
didate for re election as county com
missioner, upon thc Fanners platform
Having lind some experience in the
office I now feel more competent to
serve the people another term than I
did the first term. Thankful for your
confidence and support before I ask
a continuance of same.
July 8, 1890.
REAL ESTATE AND EXCHANGE AGENCY,
AV INO BUT RECENTLY RE
TURNED Irom a prospective tour
io the tortile fields of TEXAS, the "Eldo
rado" of the West, I am now prepared
io ofter lands in that State as well as
lands in the Counties ol iMatlhoro and
I have thc control of 500,000 (l?ive
Hundred Thousand) acres ol choice
Texas farming and pasture lands, rang
ing in prices trom $2 to $30, (Two to
Thirty Dollars) per acre; same lobedis
1 posed of on most favorable icrms to parties
who mean business. Parties owning
Real Estate in the Counties above men
tioned, and wishing to dispose of same
in purchasing lands in Texas, would do
wcjl to consult the undersigned, ns no
stone will be lett unturned to effect a
trade where a bargain is in store. Come
one and all, as no harm will be done or
expense incured to any by inquiry into
the teasibility of such a move.
My thorough inspection of land in
question enables mc lo bc tully disposed
to truthfully narrate the advantages to
be gained in thc purchase ot Texas Real j
I am also prepared to offer thc best
Railroad rates either tor single passage
or car load from Renncttsvillc to any
destination where parties wish to locate
aller trading tor homes in Texas.
Foi further information regarding the
purchase ol Texas homes apply to
A. J. MATHESON,
Blenheim, S- O., August 19, I890.
FOB It li NT
A house and lot in the town ot Ren
ncttsvillc. Apply at this OFFICE,
Notico i H hornby given, that application will
mado nt tho noxt scaslon of tho Loglslnturo for
n charter for 11 Railroad from nomo point 011
tho North Carolina lino, near Gibson Station
to Ilonnottsvlllo, S. C , and from said town to
Marian Court Rouso by Clio and Littlo Rook
COWS FOR SALK.
I have three milch cows with
young calves, that 1 will sell,
ll. A. DOUGLAS.
July 30, 1890,
IT Will PAY IOU TO
I om soiling nt pricos which
cannot bc duplicated. ' All you
have to do is to call at my stoio
and got tho articles at pricos
HICK, 5 to 7 ?c. per lb.; SUGAU,
7J lo 8?c; COFFEE, 20c; Moal,
16o. per peck, $1.28 per Back;
Flour, 2$ to 4c. por lb.; Lard, S^c.
per lb ; Meat, 6|o. per lb.; Mo
lasses, 30c. to 00c. per gal.; Teas,
50c; Tobaccos, 25 to (>5c. per lb.;
Kerosene Oil, 16$ to 20c. per gal.;
Grits, 2-J c. per lb.; Vinegar, 30c.
por gal.; Butter, 20c. por lb. for
Gilt-Edge; Crackers, 10c. per lb.;
Lyo, 8c. per box ; Soap, 4c. per .
bar ; Sardines, 7 to 9 c. per box ;
Tomatoes, 8 to 9c. por can ; Eaglo
Brand Condensed Milk, 19c. per
can; Salmon, 15 to 19c. per can ;
Snuff, 43c. per lb.; Canned Beef,
15 to 20c. per can ; Pickles, 10 to
20c. por bottle; Oysters 12 to 20c.
per can. Others goods in grocery
linc very low.
Spool Cotton, 4c. per spool ;
Gouts Collars, 9c. each ; Ladies
Collars, 8c; Handkerchiefs 2?c to
10c; Suspenders, 9 to 20c; Tins,
4c. paper ; Needles, 3c. per paper ;
Ladies Hose, 5 to, 15c. per pair ;
Hair Brushes, 15 to 20c. each;
Half Hose, 9 to 15c each ; Ball
Thread 2c; Gents Fine Shirts,
35c to $1.00; Ladies Gloves, 15
to 25c; Calico, 5c. per yard ;
Ginghams, 7?c. per ya.; Gent's
Drawers, 20c. to 50c; Ilibbons, 4
to 15c. per yd.; Edging 4c. to 10c.
por yd.; Whisk Brushes, 15c:
Men's Shoes from 80c. to ?2.00 pr.'
pair ; Ladies Shoos from 750. to
$1.50 pr. pair; Children's Shoes
from 50c. to ?1.25 ; Oottonades,
Ile. to 17c per yd.; Tablo Oil
Cloths 25c. per yd.; Buggy whips,
30c. to ?1.25 ; Bedsteads, $1.50 to
Now, if/you want BARGAINS,
try mo and 1 w ll convince 'you
that I have struc1 bottom.
Sonne of tho goods priced hero
fluctuate in price very rapidly.
I will always sell you these goods
at cost, such as Meats, Sugar,
Meal and heavy groceries.
May 23, 1890.
Til AN KING our patrons for their
liberal patronage last year, we lake
this uiolhod of informing ihoin that wo
will, at our old stand, continuo to manu"
facture and repair
CARTS, WAGONS, BUGGIES, ETC.
and wi'l do any work in tho Blacksmith
linc. llorso Shoeing a specialty.
We have a lino lot of seasoned timber
on hand aud aro proparcd to build carts
on short notice at low pricos for cash.
Give us a call bolero you buy aud save
money. Now is a good timo to bring in
your buggies and have thom painted.
Hoping to rcrcivo your patronago tho
present year, wo are, youra truly,
STANTON & WILLIAMSON,
Wheelwrights aud Blacksmiths,
Jan. 0, lb'yO. Clio, S. G.
AT CLIO, S. C.
tjflllIi undersigned respectfully informs
X tho public that ho is now engaged
in mimufucturiug und repairing furiiituic.
Collins of all sizes made to order, cheaper
than they can be bought anywhere in tho
country. Good work, low pricos, satis
J. T. STONE.
May 22nd, 18?)0.
DR. E. T. BARRENTINE,
Physician and Surgeon,
BENNETTSVILLE, S. C.
HS?" AH calla should ho mado at tho
May 6th, 1890-6m.
Property for Sale.
I-Silt ABLE BUSINESS AND RE3I
denco property for salo in tho grow
ing town of Bonnottsvillo. A town of
1200 population ; nourishing business ;
20,000 bales of cotton bnnv.ht last season,
with mercantile sales amounting to ono
million dollar* - two merchants alono doing
business amounting to $300,000. If you
want to buy now is your chance. For
prices and further particulars, apply at
Juno 6, 1890.
?WILL SAY to my friends in Marlboro
and Marion Counties that 1 will bc
Ercpared this fall to supply anyone with
rouble Blankets. [ will also garantee
them equal in quality to any that I have
ever sold, and are of thc same make.
Anyone needing anything of the kind,
and will drop me a postal to McColl, S.
C., stating the kind, whether white or
gray, and number of pairs wanted, will
receive my immediate attention. I will
notify them at what time, thev may ex
pect thc Blankets on Imnd, They need
no recommendation from me, as thc peo
ple have seen them.
II. E. WILLIS.
Bo. MCcoh, S. C., August 18, I8y\