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BY S. A, iiUO WN & Co.
Entered nt ilio Post Oilloo nt llouuetts
vUlo, B. C., ns Bocond olass matter.
mm mimgti?BBj? i gag mn gBhiiit^wHggwg irjiTjinTTB
FQS? GOVERNOR OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
. .<..... .. i . 'VF? VA'S
Subject lo Ibo notion of Ibo Domooratio
Stnto Oonvon ion.
PEN AND SCISSOHGRAPHo.
lt costs tho nation $250,000 a
yoar to print tho Congressional
According to tho rccont census
rcturno South Carolina is now on
titled to ono moro representativo
?on. W. W. Harllco has been
nominated as tho successor of Gen.
Bonham as Railroad Commissioner.
Zack W. Dusenbury, of Dorry,
a well known citizen ofthat coun
ty died on tho 29th-aged 77 yoars.
A comp ny has boon formed at
Augusta, Ga., to mako bagging
from cotton stalks Won't it bo a
grand thina for tho fur m or when
ho can raisu his own cotton cover
Tho Hov. Dr. Storrs, of Now
York city, says that tho principal
duly of tho collogo prodded these
days is to get monoy for tho col
Tho Wostorn North Carolina
Conference will bo held at Concord,
N. C., Nov. 20, 1890. J. C. KISE
According to the action of thc
General Conforonco of tho Metho
dist Episcopal Church, tho lay
mcmbors aro next fall to voto on
tho question whether woman shall
be oligiblo as lay dologates to thc
electoral and gcnoral conferece of
Tho centennial of tho discovery
of coal in Pennsylvania will be
celebrated in Septombor next year,
lt was a hunter named Philip Gin
tor who mado tho discovery on
.Manch Creek Mountain, in Carbon
County, and therefore tho proposed
-jnouumm'j ll m"Ul'UOUdftTWPWTr11ff
Tho bill introduced by Senator J
Blair, upon request of the Farmers' 2
Alliance, provides for banks for
tho reception of mortgages on roal
cs ate. Deposits of first mortgagos
on real property must be made by P
such banks with tho Treasuror of n
tho United States, who shall issue
to tho banks of tho United States ?
Treasury notes of different denomi
nations to tho amount of tho mort- 1*
gages deposited. *
A Convention of Govomors of ?j
tho cotton States has been ti
called by Gon. Gordon to meet in ?
Atlanta on Soptombor 10. Tho
Convontion was asked for Georgia
appoint six delegates, making HU VCM
representatives from each cotton
Stato. Tho Convention will con- VJ
eidor tho mailor of direct trade hi
with Liverpool ; also quostions tu
relative iowmi uights, insurance, ^
freights and handling of cotton. ,
? ?. w]
South Carolina has a troasuro of *?
untold value in her phosphate beds,
and is increasing their output very 0
rapidly. In 1880 thc total pro- "c
duct of the phosphate mines in tho th
Charleston district was 210,000 G
tone. Last year it was 610,000 or
tons, 309,396 tons being exported, ki
Tho demand for tho crude phos- pfl
phato rock comes from all parts of wi
tho civilized world. It is rumored Y
that tho argus eyes of English cap?- lin
tal have been fixed on thc Carolina wi
phosphate mines.-j?/aco?i Tele
An association for the coloniza- ^T<
tion of Palestino has boen success- Ju<
fully established by tho Jewish CJ*
Workingmon's Club, which is situ- ot
atcd in Whitechapel, London, ono sot
of the mo8t dcnsoly populated dis
tracts of tho metropolis, whero
thousands of Ilobrows carry on
thoir occupations. Tho associa
tion is sending shiploads of poor fl
Jews from London to Palestino
and will pro v ide thom with fiiisd? :jH
with Which to ' purchaso land nnd ?
Btart a homo. J>or
Tho ability of tho far mor to cul- oin
tlvato the political hold ns well as pb?
mako corn and cotton, is exciting aro
the admiration of tho world. "We
look for grand results in tho next
Tho Nowberry Obaoryor thinks 0??
Col. J. L. M. Irby will bc tho next ord
speaker of the Ilouso. ?ta
Ncr?'? From 8)nivvuis.
The Dargan High School,. situated 1
within almost a stone's throw oi Mr.
[Milton Moore's courtiy rcsidcucu, opened
on Monday morning very encouragingly
indeed to those interested-in its welfare.
The people have ot late taken great
interest in the effort lo establish a good
school ; and it is hoped that thc elTort
has at last met with eminent success
Thc schoolroom, already large and
comfortable, has received an addition in
thc shape of a handsome musical apart
ment. Miss Annie Boisseau, of Uan>
ville, Va., who tins charge ol* thc music,
"las met with such remarkable success
elsewhere, that she cannot but succeed.
This vicinity is widely known as Thc
Little Colton Belt, and in no past year
has, ..U^.so well sustained its teputa
lion aS'jU IsT'dotng now, both by the stalk. I
fruit and yield. Mr, Milton-' Moore bas 1
acre upon acre of magnlliclertt c?'tton'.v
and every night all the passer-by is
greeted by wagon trains hauling it in I
from the field. Also Messrs. Clarcnco |
and Alexander Mooro have each a field
of priy.e cotton, although it was not
dantcd specially for this purpose. There
tas been lor several years a lively com
petition as to their respective crops of
thc llcecy staple between Mr. Alfred
Moore and Mr. William Webster : and
it seems that til every joint that eborac,
tcrlzcs splendid cotton their crops for
thc present year have reached their ulti
The corn in thc vicinity is also all
that could be desired. The other crops
arc in pcrlcct horwony with thc occa
The people have taken great interest
in the Holiness Association, and many
have attended without interruption.
The health of thc community is re
markably fine. A doctor has not been
seen along the high-ways tor days.
Mrs Stackhousc, accompanied by her
son Mr, Robt. Stackhouse, both ot
Little Rock, Marion county, have been
visiting at Mr. Clarence Moore's for thc
Miss Joella Webster hus been visiting
in B.enncttsvitlc for several days, and
attending the Holiness mectitgs.
September. 3, ]8o?.
AT HOME AND A15ROAD.
Marion and Darlington sond full
Tillmau dolegates to Columbia.
Tho Stato nominating convention
moots at Columbia next Wednes
day. Capt. Tillman has tho requi
site majority, and of course will bo
nominated on tho first ballot for
Governor of South Carolina for tho
next two years. As to who tho
other State oflicors will be, it is not)
known, but wo do know, that no
mistakes will bo mado. If tho
nominations aro made on Wednes
day they will appear in Friday's
paper, if not, wo have arranged to
have thom sent us for a special.
.orry, has hoon nominated for
Engross in tho third District,
ohnston boat D. K. Norris only
Tho agricultural college bill has
assod both houses of Congress and
ow awaits thc President's signu
uro. It givcB tho agricultural
ollogo of each Stato $15,000 tho
rst year, $16,000 tho second, and
J on, increasing at the rato of
1,000 annually, until $25,000 is
?ached, at w?iich it shall remain
3 a pormanont annual appropria
on. Tin? money is to como from
io salo of public lands.
: OP MKS. I>KTT?K A^.?.
Death, tho reapor has again in
ided another household and gathered
his ioy jewel. 'Lust Friday night
o puro spirit of Mrs, Bettie Adams
ok its flight from its tonuament ol
ay and soared to tho hoights of glory;
hore il joined tho puro spirit of nf
ctionnto husband who pnssod nwnv
any years ago. Hor sufioi ing was
long duration and sovoroly painful,
To know her was to lovo hor. This
?od woman has gone to tho city of
odead, only waiting for tho Son of
od to coll hor from her duety bcd to
own hor with etornnl lifo in his
ly'dorn.' She loved life, and it was
ihiful for her to pnrt from friends
io she WAS so lovingly attached,
et sho found in tho savior, whom she
id known, loved and served a friend
io hus oven conquorod death, aud
ves graco to his dying pooplo as well
Her romnins woro carried to the
jwtou graveyard to await tho gren.
igemcnt duy when sho will bo
nvnod with oternal life. On account
sumo aiokuess nt home, tho funeral
vico was put off for another time.
Snfo in tho arms of Josus,
Free from all stiff or ing and pain;
Waiting tho onll of tho angola,
To rptlokon hor to lifo again.
J. A. B.
opt, r, 1890,
Po!/*" ?tntiriticB BIIOW -thfvfc a lurgo pro
tlon of'tho oblldron dio from what In
>wn OH ?flumnior Complaint, Diarrhren,
?lora Infantum and Dynontory. Hum.
.oyo' Speolfllcs Nos. Fonri Fivo and Bix
Ht fe and oortatn.
- At tho Clio Drug Storo yon will find
kinds of Drugs and Mcdiolnos olthcr
hand or coining to hand, or will bo
overt on command, at Dr. Hamel's old
nd, kopt by L, Wool.
j Th? ?iu?H ? HM?ul Worker.
Christ mu?t he in UH before we
have any desire to work for God.
In tho first place, wo must havo
faith in tho powor of God to fill us
with His Spirit. Wo must have
faith not only that God can use us,
but that God will oso us. If wo
have this faith, groat things will,
ho done. Wo want men who be
lieve that now is tho timo. It was
not Moses ami Joshua that did
those mighty works ; it was their
God, and tho ir God still has this
power. Abraham was tho most
famous man that over lived, except
Christ, and was noted-for nothing
Except faith/ A . .v,..< ?
-Another thing wo nood ia cour
age God wants men and women
that Ho cati trust ; that havo cour
age to speak out their convictions.
If you aro afraid of hurting poo.
plo's feelings you wan't accom
plish much. If tho truth makes
people mad, it will do thom good
Another thing we want is holy
enthusiasm. Wo must bo on fire
for God. Don't bo afraid of get
ting too much fire. Tho world
likes men full of enthusiasm.
Who evbr succocdod without it?
Another thing Wo want is per
severance. If wo don't succeed
to-day, don't, give it up ; wo may
to-morrow. Wo must concentrate
our lives into one channel, and
hold on. If wo aro going to accom
plish anything lor God, wo must
perse voi e.
Again, wo mutt have love for
our work. A lawyer may succeed
without loving his olionts ; a mor
chant may suecocd without loving
his customer, but a Christian must
work through lovo for ^9jdftfijf|
tho work. ~ 4-S '-^'^W^
Wo must havo humaii Bympr j
thy. There aro many mon whoJ
aro brilliant in thought, but they
hilve no human sympathy. Wo
can't suecocd in this work with
out til is. A great many think
this world will bo saved by manu
script. I tell you we need more
sermons \Vith our hands and foot.
Lot us learn ti lesson from tho
parable of tho good Samaritan.
Wo must get into sympathy with
the world. Tho gospel would
soon be carried to tho whole world,
if wo only had sympathy.-Moody.
?. . Jonuings' Torry
romcdy for Dysonlory,
Syrup tho boat
for salo at Jon
THE PULPIT AND THE STAGE.
Hov. F. M, Shroat, Pastor Unitod
Brethron Ghuroh, Blue Mound, Kan-,
says : "I fuel it my duty to toll what
wonders Dr. King's Now Discovery has
dono for mo. My Lungs were badly dis
1, nud nw uarishionors thought I
Now Discovory and
gaining 20 lbs. in
Ules of Di. King^
i sound and well,
Arthur Lovo, Manager Lovo's Funny
>lks Combination, writes : "After a
orough trial nnd convincing evidence,
mi confident Dr. King's Now Discov?
Y for Consumption, beats 'em all, nnd
res when everything oise fails. The
outest Mildness i eau do my many
ousnnd friends is to urgo them to try
Freo trial bottles at Jennings' Phar*
icy. Regular sizes Goo, nnd $1.00,
Dn. nuuruKKYs' BPfcuiPias nroEclontMcally and
\rofully prepared proscriptions i nw cd for inauy
eara In prlvnloprncl leo wlthBucccfla.nufliorovc?
ilrtyyonrsuscdbytliopooplo. Kvory HlngloBno
ap Li a gpcolal euro for th.V Olsonso named.
Thu.T SpupMes euro without drugging, lmrff
igorreduolug tho system, /md nrolu fact omi
jcdtlioriovorol itiuonieiUen o fthoAVovl d.
BTO?irniKoiPAi.Kog. cunil?! ?-RICE??.
A ???vorB, CoiiBoatlon, Inflammation.., ,3a
U Worum, Woriiiltovcr, Worm Collo.. ,3?
?l Crylsinr Ool?c,t>rTcc(hlngof Infantil ,?3?|
4 niiii rlioa, of Children or Adulta..,. u<J?
rt fiyapntoryj Oriping.niiious colic... vaS
O Oliolora nforbuH, vomiting. JOfrt
B NonrjiVtfiold, Nronohitls...,;.,.
0 IfyaiiopBla.liiiioiM ti om ach... ri ?M IllrtV iZTT
? walton,looi'1-ofnHo lvrioiio....... . AH ?H
9 Orpun, COUKII, Omi?>|}tlir.i<uh!nK... 'Aft ..
1 Milt lr.houili, Kryalimtnti. KruptuW Nfji ?
* lMioiouutlHiu, BHfflnnatM f.u?r} W?j?1_ -3
1} i;P,vov and A?iui.t'KJl!.MWalnrIiv.V
y VllOH, bllnil or lik-X'vtWn-r.S. ,
I) Outurra, mnuonza, Wiitin Oiolfcad ntBFlWl
!? Whooping Ooiiuh, ViolentCougho. .OljnWiJ^
J. 4 J onoruI nobility. l'hyMcal Wcnkncsa .aft I
/ Klduoy nispnno.SQ
? rfoyvouaboblllty.i-l.QQ T-T
i) Ijrluavy WoitkiiosH, Wotting lied. ,?Q l-l
I lUueimou ol tbollt:urt,I'nlpllalton 1.00
3old byprugglsta, or sont postpaid on roooipt
prlco. Du. UoMi'iinBYa' JUNIIAT., (144 pages)
inly bound ia rici th mid gold, inntlod freo,
i(inpIiroya'.U(idloluuCo.iOO Pulton St. NY. fr
IPEOI FIOS. J
iiimwiiwnwuw ni -mm' 1
Une izo, 1890-6111. ?K
As I have a large lot of sca
led material on hand now
rn prepared to make
WAGONS AND LOG CA?itW
uvpor than ever before, at
one in the very best manner, on
?onablc terms, lor spot cash only,
Mean Business 1
STGIVE MB A CALL.^ff
A. D. CONNER,
MoOoll, S. O.
obruar 5, 1890.
ll liiilil 1
H. 1* " l'lfljSCIl'Alii i \
Mi63fROOT, A. B-i " 7 f. 2nd Assistant. \
MissJcoHBKTr, ~ ~ . " * i
Mxss?ioNA Pirra, V" * " v_ 3yd Assistant. ,
W?K!?!?wnS - Teacher IV. mary Department,
cnlmt>^lAjU'J W.iLvl 1- -. Music ami French. |
Sm^M SESSION ot this School will open ?nWedne^
alSfifcmhcr i Soo. I union tn Literary Dep irtnumt will oe I.B. KL io nu ???
wMK within thc ?School Distrlr.t-excepl tor Frond! ?M.^?"?"'^ w,
.....fMRkf,^ -vin Lg rhiirttcii no per month, cnclv: anti caco MtaUftt timi .i.lcis .
i?/dBBP?7gcd a cou\wr/e.?t fcc of TWO DOLLA KS per session ZW?' \*,tl\lc mut
HP'"- ????ice, ?< fAc bcgiHMttf? of (hr session, at or br/ore (he. vnmUment of Hoi
>CWL following arc the rates of Tuition for pupils living beyond thc limits of
w&ool District : i .,
Thirst to Fourth Grades, inclusive, ? - - $1.50 per month.
lfliMi to Ninth Grades, inclusive, - * - a 50 per mont 1.
?usic, including thc usc ol Instrument, - , 3.00 per month?
|B To all pupils within or without thc Graded School District.
'propWnk to all pupils within or without, - - 2 co per month.
I spcclHL?trons residing- beyond thc limbs ol the School District, but owning
??Wlthercin, shall have credit 011 their Tuition Bills loi the amount ol thc
protMML pjjjd Dy tjiem respectively. ' ,
workBwb would urge upon parents thc importance ol sending then children In
ffiyfyi tlie VI lt ST DAY, so that they may he properly graded and gel io
?-UhOut delay. _ _ JL^m.~M*?**-*>r?
Secretan/ and Treasurer Hoard of Tsuntees
OFFER PIANOS AND ORGANS.
IOW and pay when cotton is sold at hncext cash price- No interest will
charged. Pianos $25, cash balance Dec. 1 Or?ans $10, hal. Dec. t.
rite at once for catalogue and pries. Positively lowest cash prices given
above terms. Fifteen days test trial allowed. Remember we continue
m the easy, $S and $10 payment plan. Wc can please you. Over 300
it styles to select from. Full Information cheerfully given.
ittfa*. J. H.. If If, LO VG ll <fc 00., > I
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c/. C.MATMtMY.' MAItACtd
BOARD OF D1RJCG10 RS.
HON E. O. ft B AD 13. President National Hunk o? Knlob'h
AU .1. h. (.. II A RH I? LL, I'corotary N. 0., Tcaoliord Assou^'v
JOSKIMIUS DANlUbS; Esq., Editor State Chronicle >
Dr. II, ?. BATTLE, Dlrootor N. 0. Experlinont Station,
following oro tautdit : STENOGRAPHY, TV PE-W IIITINO. TELKOnAPHY \.uh
(?MATICS, liOOK-KEliPINO and PENMANSH1 P. Co npetent St ?
iMAWBIM ? WOSKSh
, Ohasy A. Goodwin, Prop.
(LAUDKU'S OLD STAND,)
BjJ Monuments and Tombstones either in Marule or ?rah'
l|Jtte at prices that defy competition.
|| Consult your interest by calling U wiilinp; for designs
^and prices, ?ar ALL Work delivered u'KEEat your
.est depot. ELLKRBB POWKKS, at Bonnettsville, is my local
it for Marlboro County. . J
pt, 26, 1888.
-Published Every Friday At
^BTTSVIMiB, SOUTH CABOLINA.
ni?11 d Bcst A^V0l (ising Medium in tho
tho Largest Circulation and offers superior advantages to
13 a Job Department and prepared to do all kinds of work at
Now is the lime to prepare for Fall Advertising.
J. F. EVERETT,
[PLISSAI,!-:- DEALER -:? IN
JJ Al lill
?jg?*' Call and learn pricos.
Lb. 8, 1890.
.^Sw"? .'W'AT LIN "TA, Cf A -W??T ?S??
ST.L0UI8.Mp. Bjf???EE?K3E? UAILA3.TEX.
Tho Now Homo Sewing Machino Co.,
2$ Whitehall fitrcot,
March 7, 1890. Atlanta, Qa.
I am now prepared to buy or soil Real
Kstato in Marlin.o , Partios wishing to
buy or soil, will do well to confor with ino,
or wrllo mo at Blenheim, S, (J., boforo
making salis or purchasO'?.
A;. J. MXTHVSO^.
July 1, lest).
After duo consideration of the lib?ral
ho past five M*^^
ho grnduol financial progiess anti C,,11U^ ? IrnLiUUlo'to my many .customers
ion In Marlboro~my heart wells up Pm^^MW^ t? establish tv
tnd friends for their ready Vecegrt ti< ?;#?$g those with
>eliablo jewelry bnsinees in .Bc,?^ and honorable
S? ta mm^
iiuy goodfe sold ut
during tho past five years, I nm not only -willing biU.rendy tn* nw lie good such
error. It is not now and novor Arts been n:y intention to attempt to hoodwink
my customors hy olaiming to sol! goods nt and below cost, but X do claim to sell
Honest Goods at Reasonable Pri?es!
. ? - . " . ' , .'v , '. , "> \
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 sd susceptible to tho
subtle machinations of unprincipled dealers as tho Watoh and Jewelry busiuess.
Owing to tho fact that it is impossible for tho shrewdest business niau to cor
rectly estimate tho value of goods in our line, without previous application,
training and study, it is also true that it is a very difficult matter to conclusive
ly provo to our customers'that wo givo full value for each dollar spont nt our
placo of business ; Thoroforo, wo can only voiterato our oft-repented and
always praoticcd assertion, that in every instance and undor all circumstances
our customers will find us
Judging from tho voltimo of our business during tho past year wo hardly
think it possible for many peoplo in this county to have slighted UB, by failing
to call and seo our . MAMMOTH JEWELRY AND FANCY. GOODS
STOKE, yet, for tho information of old frionds ns well as now acquaintances,
I wish to romind yon that I tim bettor propared thou ever to supply your
wanta in my line. /Weare
Dealer in Fine Gold and Silver Watches.
Originator of Artistic Styles of Orwmontal Jewelry !
A Magnificent and Extensivo Assortment to Select From !
Again thanking you ALL heartily for liberal patronage during past yeats, and
extending a cornial invitation to call and see me,
tremain, your humble servant,
H. W. CARROLL,
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
Dealer in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware Cliinaware, Lamp Goods
Jooks, Stationery, Cutlery, Plush nud Gonornl Paney Goods.
March 14th, I890.
Bffefew ..fi- Eiifif
pONTINUING THE CLOTHING BUSINESS ON A MUCH LARGER
H# scale, we offer a full lino of sonsonablo goods for men, bo'-s and childron.
?Ve are also headquarters for
^ ?St 3E3C O? ES ?S ll
f tho best makes: Zeigler, Hoiser, Bay State, J. B. Lewis' and other staud
rd makes. Our stock is always full, and wo seldom fail to furnish any sizo
mnted, and buying ns wo do direct from tho manufacturers, atid for cnsli, wo
?cr every inducement-LOW PRICES FOR GOOD GOODS, THE VERY
JEST VALUE FOR THE MONEY. Also, full stock of
Shirts, Undershirt?, Woolon Ovorshirts, Boys Shirts, Children's Shirt-waists,
.om four to ton years, Cuffs, Collars, Bows, Ties, Scarfs, &o. Also,,
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Notions,
For Men, Boy*, Ladies, Misses and Childron, embracing all tho best styles
1^ wool, fur and straw. In this department, also, wo claim that we aro nhoad
r nil competitors, and a personal inspection will couvluco you that our claim
a just ono, Wo also keop constantly on hand tull stock of
SPICE, SOAP, POTASH, LYE, AXLE GREASE,
HAMS, ?fcc, &o.
mu SI A RD W Alt K DEPARTMENT
IS ALSO FULL AND COMPLETE.
Plows, Hoes, Nails, Trnco Chains. Back Bauds, and in fact ovorythinp
edod nt homo and on tho farm. ^
Wo control tho / folldwiii/? brand? : lb'.; Tho, JHuo .lomw, Lnov Hin foo,.
ti*l??ilfS??Wo niso ?cooj? on hniul a Cooloo Ibiu Ot RKdA Xii). Wn:nho.hnv<J
.?> ? .
?AIR8, BEDSTEADS, MATTRESSES,
BUREAUS, BED ROOM AND PARLOR SETS,
Como and seo us, wo will do you right. " ' ?
inroli 7, 1890.
Bristow & Everett.