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BENNET?SYILLE, S, O,
?Y A. IIKOWN & ?0.
>75 CENTS PER ANNUM. -4
O/ftce in Vost OQlco Bt?Uliuf/.
FRIDAY, SEP PEMBER 5,1800.
%?0?NrA?? COWv NEW8."?
. Olio, . ' Soptumbor, 13, 14
Littjo Poo Doo Miaalon Provldonco Out. 3
H oi m ult.wi Ho Ct., MoOoll'a Oot. 4 5
North Miulboro, Oak Grovo Oot. 24
Brightavlllo, Broedon Olinpol Got. 25 26
Olio Ot., Novomhor 14
Bcmiottsvillo Station Novombor 14 16
Monheim, Ebout-Kor Novombor is 16
A. J. STOKES, P, E. >
AppomtmontB for Olio Oiroult.
REV, J N O . MANNING, 1', C .
Clio, 11 a.m.; Beulah, 4 p, m.
Manning Chapel, 11 a. m.; Bethlehem,
4 p. m.
Hoolah, ii a. m.; Clio, 4 p. m.
Bethlehem, n a.m.; Manning 4p.m.
North Marlboro Circuit.
Now Hope, August 91
.J?behczor,. 1.?., Angusti?.
Onk Grovo. August 30,
Ploneant Hill, Soptombor 13 I
MOVED TO BENNETTSVIJjl.il.
Mr. M. G. Wilson, of Tatum Station has I
accepted tho positloo of book-kcopor at |
J. M. JnosonV
Mrs. Bottto Adams, wife of tho lato J.
P. Adams, died at her homo in Adarasvlllo
on tho nigt of tho 28th.
Hioks Bays wo may oxpoot sorao aotive
storms this month, willoh wilt bo followed
by an carly winter, with dry and cold
BRIEF BUT TRUE.
Worum inako a child pcovish and frot
fut. Don't lot yoma worry with theBO
poets or worm collo. Humphroya' mild
nnd ploosant Spcolflo No. Two will gtvo it
THE FAVBTTJaVItliM FAIK.
Tho Exooutlvo Oouuntttoo Itavo decided
... M??KtAioittvBif ''il, ?2, 13 '?net !?4th', 'for tho
ad fair. Unlona tlio railroad omi gtvo us
bettor ao?ommodattonB wo do not caro to |
try a n otb or excursion jmu,
Tho Third Quarterly Conforonoo for
Bonnottavillo Station will ombraa6 Satur
day and Sunday next. A buBlnces moot
ing will bo hold nt tho ohuroh ou Saturday
morning at io o'olook, A full mooting of
tho ollldui is desired.
Mr. David 0. White has bought out Si
mon Strauss and will continuo tho buBinosa
nt tho aanio etand. Mr. Jarnos F. David
has hoon scoured as salesman, and tho
ftionds of each eau roly on gotting bar
? SHOOTING I N BRIGHTS VILLE.
Thomas Buchanan, colored, shot and
Boriously wounded bia brothor-in-lnw, John
GlbBon in Briglitflvillo on Sunday afternoon
last. Justico MoLiuirlu issued a war
rant on Monday for Tom's nrrcat, and it ia i
hoped that ho will got his deserts, nob only
Xor shooting, hut for carrying a concoalod
ion. , '
Covington, of Hebron, nonda us 1
whloh ho Buys ho found in tho
of n trlpo which ho purchased
io Bonnottavillo mnrkot a abort time
moo. Our friend thinks that UICBO nails
woro swallowed nt diffcronfc times, nnd
woro perhaps I008O in tho hay or feed
nnd havo lain for years. Tho nails aro on
out tablo for inspection.
U A WANT SUPPLIED.
Owing to our over increasing husi
.noss nnd seeing tho neccsfity 0$ an
efficient Gun and Pistol workman in
town I havo employed a first-clnes
mechanic who will make this lino of
Kcpairing a Specialty. Bring your
work of this kind to my placo. Will
gunrantee GOOD work.
Sept 8 '90. H. W. CARROW,
THE REVIVAL MEETING
Began boro last vvook under the auspicios
of the Holiness Association ia still in prog
ress with unabated Interest, and tho moot,
lng promises to bo ono of groat bonofib to
our oommunity. Tho services aro hold
daily nt tho Toot nt 4 p. m., and 8.30 p.
tn,_Tho imietlng of tlAa.^ssooiatlon proper,
-^HsiWWrt mmlay nigthb, "yho Mpg broth*
ron, Rovo. Ollvor, Pjltolmrd ona Pickett
wilt romalo ' during tho wcok,
3SIMW YORK FASHION BAZAR.
Tho August number ot thia popular
monthly oomos well filled with lltornturo
for tho parlor, tho drawing room, ?ewing
room and kltohon, It is ono of tho host
Indies books published, and should bo in
ovory family, for tho mothor and tho ghin
to loud and koop things in npplo plo ordor
nt homo, Samplo copy cai) BCOU at tide
Items ?f Interest G p. th o rod. Hero
and There "and Briefly i?oted,
- Cotton ?8 coming in lively
nnd te bringing IOJO.
- Tho Oil Mill hogan tho fall
business on tho 28th.
- Judgo Hudson will have ti
heavy docket of orlmnnl busiuoss thin
- II. W. Carroll ie having hin
8 toro pat in h un d HO mo trim for tho now
?- Bonnottsvillo woro a busy air
on Saturday, A lively oottou markot holps
i "<iiu.?'j..;,?...i . .. . >CT^ir-ff--r'rnrit.^>i}?'.w -
.- Landroth's Frosh Gardon
Seod, nil vatlotioB, for salo at Jonuluge'
- Tho storm on Thursday
night did cousldorablo datnngo to ootton
nod hay in oomo plnoos.
- Tho cotton market has fallon
to J o otu. Thin 1B nbout tho quotation hi
Fayetteville mid Wihniugton.
- You will find all kinds of
fine spectacles at the Clio Drug Store.
Bald headed men can be suited to a T,.
-any others just as well.
- Tho Oil Mill Company is now
mulling tinco ihn t-ol ass glim and nro ablo to
gm nun pac* ?5 or ?O ??.?S a i? <".}",
- Mr. J. L. Brooden, of our
town had tho honor of oohing tho lu ot
now cotton lu tho Fuycttovillo markot -
four bnloe nt ipi,
- Tho price of tho DEMOCRAT
in now BO low iu prlco that tho poorcRt
man In tho county can pay forait. Eggs,
ohiokouB, bolter, pons, coru, foddor mid
oats token lu oxohaugo.
- Havo you seen those now
arrivals at \V P Brcedon's Llvory and Balo
RtnbleH ? Now in your ohauoo for bargains^
???i n1...*.? ?int?. ?riA mnrnl itv nre
. . V ?"?-.-" - -
loBoparablo. Ploty ia lovo with it? faoe
toward God, and morality is lovo with ltd
fooo toward man,
- Mr. T. A. Bristow,' ol
Droko pont office requests us to nny thal
liegwlll havo IIIB now upright plow ready
for tho market at au early day.
- Wo invito attention to thc
odvottiBomont of L. Guiuoy in UI?B issuo
and whon you visit Ghornw ouqulro lb
Quincy's IlatuoBB nud Ropalr Shop, if yoi
want anything in his Ruo.
- W. P. Breoden has just rc
coived u Iorgo lot of opon and top Bugglo
and Surreys to bo sold ab bottom prices
Now ia tho timo to got what you wa.it a
your own price.
- Parties in want of sugar can?
for tho uoxfc plauting con got n supply b
applying to T. H. Coviogtoo at Oovhigto
posto ?leo. Do not wnlt If you wont to BC
ouro eecd in timo.
Tho Allianco Fxohango Ol
(lao han boou moved to the Dopot, whot
mombors of tho Allianco in futuro wil
nud tho Trodd Agent, Mr, Oionlona;
r- An Agricultural, Industrio
nnd Live Stook Fair will bo hold at Mm
ton, Ootobor 20th, 2 mt and 22d, elect i n
M MoNnlr, prcaldont, and Dr. J. D. Croon
Boorotary, Stook to tho amount of $2,50
has boon tckou.
- The Wilmington Messougc
will bo printed in io pago form during th
Sam Jone? mooting, and will bo fuinlaho
mil mer ii jem nt tho low prioo of 50 oonta fe
tho 10 daya sorvioos. Sond tho mono
at ouco omi got tho oponing sorraon 1
tho Inst one,
' - Messrs. Smith Newton an
Gilbert MoAllistor havo oponed n Livoi
and Poed Stablo ot Tatum Station foi tl
accommodation of tho travollug pnbli
Orders by mail from Drummors will rood'
- A little brown jug, perfet
in ovcry rcapoot, nud ablo to hold porbnr
io drops, was picked up on front at root c
olcotlon doy. II. is n neat littlo olinrn
and, no doubt dropped by somo drurnmo
! or dcnlor in tho waru.
- A mooting of tho Railroa
ofTioInls and Mtaok holdora to oonsldor tl
.advisability or consolidating tho 0.~S. "i
N. R. lt , and tho ! Bonnottsvillo nnd Oin
raw Railroml lo oaRod for tho 15th, An;
way, gentloinoa, eo wo got tho road.
- It is said to bo a fact that tl
lighter tho bato, tho loss loss to tho fa
mor. Thon, if 390 la tho boat weight, wi
don't our fui mom caleb on nnd moko t
light weight balea ? Tho loss in hon
bulen ls worthy of attention,
J. B. Killough ?fe Go., of Ploronco, S. <
report a largo BUOOOBB in buBinosa and t
rltory. Tlioy nro now aupplyiug hon
with Pianos nnd Organs from Georgoto
on the Ben ooaSt to tho Rino It id go M 01
taina in North Carolina. Seo their n
, advorti?emont imd wrlto to thom-i
information neut froo. Addrosa J.
Killough & Co., Ploronco, S. 0. 3c.
- Salosday in September 18
was indeed n dull ono. Thorn was n ?
nttondanco, but an thom woro no unios 1
no business of importance to trnusaob, 1
orowd very wlsoly wont to preaching nt
Tent which wo aro glad to rooord is
oontor of nttoution now.
- lix Govomor M. L. Boulia
fnthor of Adjutant Gouorol M. L. Boiiho
ono of South Carolina'? honored sons, v
fontal doutt!" hliJ bod t\fr Hnywood, WI
'Sulphur Boihig Hotel on tho morning
tho i";tb, Wirt lo?*9 to tho . ?tnto will
noroly folk. Ho was tu hts 77th, y?ov.
- OhcoHO must be a vory t
mated enbntanoo, when wo aro told
ficiontlsts that tboro aro moro llvoly ,
vigorous uni m alcuin; in a pound of it, t
. thoro aro inhabitants upon tho gi
Think what wholosnlo nlnuRbtor a 1
i commits when ho clones his JAWS O
chunk of lt. Wo havo Boon OIIOOKO that
i vigorous And frisky enough to wnlk, or 1
skip av.'l jump on a pressing Invitation,
Misa- Luoy WaddlU hun rotumod to
I Salom Academy to eohool.
: MM, J. ?. 1??8C?? sad tho childes" ato
Bponding Bomotlmo at Rod-Stiring.
MIBB Bortha Mayers, of Cliarlotto, N. O.,
la visiting tho Misaoa Odom.
Misa Suo Odom ia snoudlng n fow daya
viK?ting tn tho Donobo ?ootlon,
Mra. Elizabeth MoNatr, of Maxton, ia
visiting Mrs. D, Stubb, of Rod Hill,
M?anos Liles nnd Carrie Mnthoson,. of
Monheim havo gouo to Athens Georgia.
Judge Hudson left on Monday for
Chesterfield to hold court thoro thia wook.
Miss Mollie Odom ; roturnod from hot
visit to Wadosboro, on Th.ur.iduy night ol
Mrs. L/J. Breedon and tb o ohililr?u
havo returned homo from thoir vinit to
Our young frloud J. Bouulu Hamilton
lina takon a position nt J. N. -Wonthorly's
Our young friend Robort J. E sterling
hna also taken u position with A, J. R?wo
Miss Moll lo MoRao, of Do no ho, who has
boon visiting friouds in tho Ebenezer soo
tlou hna lolurnod homo.
Mr. R. Loo Kiikwood, who bas been
nttouding a business college nt Atlanta,
Qa,, hus returned homo. .
"?r.._ TY i i T ...... ,1 "* t>??i?J.??U? 1,",
ill IO. lt, VJ. Jjt.llln, VJl i aiUHMu?, .....
gouo ou a visit to her daughter MM.
Mollio Roam nt Bethel Hill, N. 0.
Prof. R. 0. Root, who has boon resting
up in he Mountains of North Carolina, re
turned to Bonuottsvillo OJ Monday ovuning.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wicker, of Fayette
ville nnd Mrs, Ida Murphy, now of Knox
ville, Tenn., aro unending a /cw days in
Bcnuottevitlo visiting frlonds and rotativos.
Mr. Lnwronoo Freomai, tho bright dan
Intelligent sou of our ostooinod aountyman,
Ult. John Froomau,'left on Monday morn
ing last for Waka Foroet whoro > ho will
m::-irievdito ? thorough "?'".?n ot lustra
tlou in that flourishing institution.
- Tho Graded Sohool openod
on Wednesday with 154 pupils-pretty
good for tho fl rat day.
- ? mm 4-.
Rev. Mr Pickett will preach a sermon
I for mm only at thc Tent on Sunday
afternoon at 4 o'clock, on the "Three
I. I. I." _ ^_
Read tho now ndvortiaomont of J. B.
Killough ?Ss Co. Spcoinl suminot salo of
Pianos and OrganB at Bpot oash prices.
Bny now aud pay whon ootton la sold-no
intercut ?a their Inttst offer. Wrlto at once
for catalogues and prlcoB. Addross J. B.
K1LI.0U011 ?Ss Co., Flotenco, S. 0.
FORTUNES FOR MANY.
Allen, tho blnokBinlth, is nosv a milllon
airo through replying to an advortlsomout
of uuolaimcd ostatato. ?fcc., ?fco.--Tittles
London Mar. 1st, 1888.
If your ancestors carno from tho old
country write to Tun Eunoi'l?AN CLIMBS
AOI?NOY, $9 Pearl St., and 24,Stono St.,
Now York Olty, iuolostng 23 oonts for ro?
ply, and loam If you aro an hoir to any of
tho unclaimed estates lhere, worth moro
than a hnlf bllllou dollars, that rightly
bolong, chiefly, to American doeondants
of Europeans who carno to America yoars
ago. If your ancestors carno over moro
thttu 50 yoars ago thoro ,?B n probability that
you aro heir to a fortuno.
. Tho following porsons woro drawn on
Mouday to servo as Potit Jurors at tho
Soptombor torm of tho Court of Qonoial
Sessions, which convenes hero on U10 third
Monday in this month :
N B Rogers, P J Iloustcss,
J J Graham, Eli English,
Elijah Eusterling, Th roon Crosland,
T 0 Mooro, D B Bruton,
W J Covington, E W Bristow,
W M Doos, VT M Hood,
U P Johnson, M N Pearson,
G B W Dunn, W N Hamilton,
Jas L Stubbs, II L McLaurin,
D R Galloway, C B Jordan,
T. S. Evans, P J Smith,
D A McKoskoll, Jool Covington,
W IC Bet hon, D. O. John,
J M Jackson, J IC Fletcher,
W B Drake. T L> MoOnll,
Jos Ii. McCall, J O Towusond,
H.. R. Peolo, IT E Willis.
T R Hamer, W F Parkor.
YOU ARE IN A DAD FIX
But we will cure you il you will pay
us. Our message is to the weak, nerv
ous and debilitated, who, hy carly evil
habits, or later indiscretions, have tri
lled away their vigor ot body, and
manhood, and who suffer all those ef
lects which lead to premature decay,
consumption or insanity. It this means
you, send lor and read our HOOK'OF
LIFE, written hy the greatest Specialist
ol the day, and sent (sealed) lor 6 cents
in stamps, Address Dr. Parker's Medi
cal and Surgical Institute, 151 North
Spruce St., Nashville. Tenn.
SPECIA L NOTICE.
TIIKRK will bo a call mooting of tho
County Alliance nt tho Court House in
Bonnottsvlllo, on Friday, Soptombor 5th,
1890, for business of importanco. The
delogates to tho last Alliance aro tho dele
gates to this mooting.
J. B. Olti?l?N, President.
August 27, 1890.
? WfatTdmmoui, I'ostmnstor of Idavillo,
, ?nd., writes : "Electric Bitters lum dono
moro for mo than nil other modioinoa
combined, for (hat bad fooling arising
from Kidney and Liver trouble, John
[ Losllo, favmor and stookman, of sumo
piuco says .* "Find ICIootrio Bittars to bc
tho bi nt Kidnoy and Livor mcdioino,
mudo mo fool liko a ne? man " J. W.
Gardner, hardware tnorohant, wmn town,
i says : Mool rio Bitters is just t lie thing
I for ninan who is ail run down and don't
oaro who'hor ho livos or dios ; ho found
now strength, good nppolitn and fob just
liko ho hud a new lcaso on life, Only
6uo. abottlo, al Jennings' Pharmacy,
CANDIDATESji AND . OFFIO
PERCY B. MOOEE, '
ROBERT H. HODGES,
Fou AUDITOR; .:.
ELI T. COVINGTON,
H. ?. GRANT,.
4 RADFORD GLBSON, ^ ??
JOHN "IV l-rr^NTREND,"^^
JOHN C. CAMPBELL,
W. Ii. STANTON ,
As wo go to prceo wo got fidlor parbtou
Inrs of u hoarb rond lng accident which oo
currod nt Mohanrlu'B X Roo?a, on Tuosdny
morning, hy whtoh Mr. J. A. HughoB wan
killed und his fireman badly scalded.
From tho difforout Btntomonts obtained wo
gather tho following ranaotinblo faots. Mr.
Hughes, who ll vos at MoLaurlu'a X Road?,
IB ongaged In tho lurabor buainoBa, with n
gin nnd grist mill nttnohhd. On Tuosdnv
"-->r"?ng ho wns ongngod In ginning nuil
hnd ginned about two balea whoa tho boil
er exploded with tho nbovo result. It In
believed tho origin 0.111 bo traced to a do
footlvo Btoam gage aud porhnps had tbroo
limos aa muon steam as indiontod-64
at tho timo of tho acoidont. This amount
of ntoam could novor bavo produced tho
destruction caused there, nor could it bavo
thrown tho boiler 140 yarda away. Mr.
Hughca bas bnon running ougiuos for
many yoars. Ho loaves a wlfo and el ii ld
to mourn libs loy?, l'ulloe <lotftlJi^Ui??K?H
next. Mm Uutfho? was woll knov^^^^MI
town aa Mis* Lilly Vidal. '''&J>\
Tho funornl eotviooa woro hold Up j
Hebron ob ur ob,of wht?h'ii? was a inomb?r,
on Wednesday at 11 o'olook, eonduobod by
Uov. L. M. Humor, who pronohGd a short
flormon from tho toxt "Boast uot thy BQ1?
of to morrow." Rov. John Manniug con
oludcd tho dorvlcos nt tho gravo.
FALL BTOOK ARRIVING.
Tho now lull stook at tho Ladies Storo
is hoing received and opened Jfor inspec
tion. Look out for tho now ndvortiso
nior.t next i\ook and fail not to examine
thu now full opening.
PLANT BMALL GRAIN.
Tho abort grain orops of tho West nd
mc.nihh our people of tho danger ahoad,
and Bhould awnkon interest in tho matter
of planting heavy oat nnd whoat oropa tbiB
'fall. Wo cannot alford to dopoud on tho
markets of tho Weat. Wo mint look
ahoad and plant to moot omurgonoiua.
Corn in goiug to bo high, na tho apeotilntora
bavo already bogan work. Bo wiso in
timo mid propnro forjbho wornt.
TnE LAIIUCB of th? Mothodi?t Churoh
afc McOoll will bavo an Entertainment on
Friday night of noxt vvook, Septombor 12,
at 8 o'olook p. m., oonvittiug of a flploudid
CANTATA, MUSIC, DIALcaUES &c
SUPPBlt or Refroehmonts to follow.
Tho procoodB of tho samo aro to bo dos
vo'cd to tho benofit of their organ. Tho
publio aro cordially Invited to attend and
help the Indies ir. thoir Nom,r, EKt'oRTH
to pay this valunblo aid in oburoh worship.
LOOKOUT FOR IT.
Counterfeit $10 mid $5 Bank uotos and
Si silvor coins aro roportcd' to bo In oirou.
latlou. Watch your money oloaoly.
Scrofula All ?IIH Lifo.
I considder my cure hy S. S, S. one
of the most wonderful on record. I had
the worst type ofScrolula hom my in
fancy until I Was.?2 years ol age, MyV
who!? young life Wm embittered ands
mace nusr?ahle by the , 1^-^*^^.?
ease, I not only sufrered^?"om^
Scrofula, but waa BOtnnrl<c.t'that 1
ashamed to nnsoclate with, and was
avoided by my playmates and fellow
workmen, I tried every known patent
medicine, and was first and last attend -
td hy more than a doyen reputable
physicians, hut in spite of all, thediseaso
continued to grow worse. About tour<
years ago a friend from Pittsburg ad
vised mc to take SSS, which I did, and
alter taking seven bottles I was cured
sound and well. Thc old skin peeled
off and was replaced hy a new skin, as
smooth and free Irom blemish as any
person. I have had no return or symp
tom ol the disease.
HENRY V. SMITH, liclmont, W. Va.
Troatlso on Il'ood and Skin DWoaKOS inallod
froo. SWIFT,S SI'KCIFIC CO., AthvnU QA
BltNNKTTSVIi.I.R PORT Otil?is,
MARI.HORO COUNTY, 8. C., >
Meptcmbor 1, 1890, )
No. I - Edward Brown
2- -Mathew Freeman
3- It, II. Odom
4- John R. Roberson
5 - Alox. Thomas
Whon you coll for any'of tho abrevo lot
tors, plcano stato that .they bavo b^0BSf^T
vorttucU. Ono cont Iii 'oli&ryod,. for 7^"?"
lot tor ndvortlHod, ' '
T. TJ. OuOBIiANP, P. M, M
gP????A ti M?hTIN?*
ii-: 0 j
THE Gordon Rifles will ae
semblo ntthe armory on Friday
night f ir tho purpose of acting
on tho resignation of the Cap?
tain lind oleo ting a new one.
J. L. McLwmiN,
J, T. DOUOI-AH, Secretary
ff S? "5?- " w"
O fla ?
w 2. r+ o
ti iii ?. H.
X 2: ? =
112 139 173 10
29 84 3 116
I 30 111 70 70
J 1 I? 115 97 58
J? 353 12H 123S CO
Jg, 55fl J r>0n 50 LOO i
Mb-^ in J ivis uk
mS 'W fU? ff 87 ^ MO
v. 79 90 373
!? ? 79 i 85 i 4? 33
WI OG 109 104 117
LAND FOR SALK
IV*WO tracts- -272 in one and between
& 425 and 450 in tito other, ol good
cptton and corn land, is offered for sale.
'Uhe tract ot 272 acres ls located near
NSbat is called the Medlin Springs, thc
ofher is opposite Capt. J. 0 Wright's on
the Marion line. There is a good
(welling on each tract with necessary out
buildings. Por terms and full particu
lars apply to J. A. MCRAK
Also two lots In the town ol Bennetts
ville, with neat cottages on each.
.This property will he offered tor sale
nt public out cry on the first Monday in
LJccmber next il not disposed of bet?re.
September 3, 1890.
At a mooting of tho Democratic
r.ocutivo Coinniittoo hold this d.tiv ?0
vues tho volo of* tho Sooond IViimu
XOtO?tinm to,, complote tho lint of.
?uty^i?Oy?rs. Hho "'following deoia- 1
18 wero rendered ;
? Vt lie Second Primary Election P.
KB,"Mooro for Treasurer received 670
totGsaiidR.lI. Hodges 478, P. JJ.
?looro is thcreforo declared tho nomi
fceo for recommendation for appoint*
hent as Treasurer.
: lili T. Covington aud Jacob Alford,
candidatesfdr Auditoria the Second
Primary received tho following votes:
Covington 070, Alford 457-Coving
ton receiving the highest vote, is de
clared tho nominee for reoommendn*
tlon ns Auditor.
; For tho oflico of County Commis
sioner, H. S. Grant received 509$, J ?
Townsend 607&, Jonathan Woodley
Wh, Halford Gibson 030?, J. C.
Campbell 375$, Thus Bonnolt 5173.
Messrs. Woodley, Gibson nod Town*
h?nd having received tho highest num
b,er of votos are declared the nominees
for County Commissioners.
Wm. ly Stanton having received
9,26 votes is declared tho nominee tor
tao ofiico of iSchool Comtni.-sionor.
By order of Committee,
J. B, GUKBN, Co,, Chairman
nncttsviile, Sept. 3, 1890.
STUAXMD OR ST&O&N.
[NE Black Mare Mule from my place
on the 31st, of August I890. She is
" medium size-tour years old with
chmp on each shoulder caused by the
hbllar. J will pay a liberal reward for
er capture or return to mc.
1 J. IC PAGE.
(Sellers, S. C" Sept. 3, 1890.
OIIN D. WOODY & CO.,
CO???H COMMISSION MCBAIN.
ONSIGNMENTS solicited and ad
vances made on some full values and
uv charges-prompt returns.
September 3, 1890.
HARNESS SHOP. |
CIIEttAW, S. C.
?ATNE\ iq Headquarters for Hand?
IHE FALL SESSION of this wei
known School will open on thc firs
^nday in September next.
For Terms apply to
J NO. S. MOORE,
.ugust 6, 189?. Principal.
IO RENT A GOOD PIANO FO!
a School. State terms and nddrci
45. Bennet tsvillo, S. Ch
jloptoinber 1, 1890.-I
\RGAN HIGH SCHOOL
?HE DARGAN HIGH SCHOO
Five Miles North-west from Bei
taville, opens September ist. Prc
ll). GOOCH, Principal, assisted by ?
mendy able instructcss, Miss Ann
pitt Languages. Higher Mathematic
" -keeping and Music
IROKACTe E?ntt?STLY SOLICITED^
terms, atldrcss the Principal, 1
L. .J. Moo ic, Sec. B'id., Bennett
ugust 29, 1890.
TICE OF FINAL DiSCHARG
HST AT ic ov J, A. MolUK.
I>TICE is hereby given, thal on t
29th, day of September 1890, I w
ly to thc Judge of Probate lor Ma
County lor Letters ol Dismisse
d.vdnlstrntor of the ca?ate of J, ,
W. D. CARMICHAEL,
august 28, 1x90,
IBER I 1890=
0 03 36 28 40 070
!3 00 23 50 00 473
!G 21 32 59 32 457
13 108 24 28 08 OOO
47 .40? 5 35 61 609
1)7 lOOJ 31 52 YO 737
io 74g <r> ?v*. 94 oon
J5 71 38J 28J 18 617?
1 29 37 40? 15 375t7
JO 102 30 80 92 920
I anijounco myself ns a candidato
for Congre*? for the Sixth District
subject to tho action of tho Demo
E. T. STACKIIOUHE.
July 20, 1800.
W?lf ORD C|li
SPAItT/VNBlJ?tG, S, C.
J. JJ. Carlisle, LL JJ. President.
FOUNDED IN 1851.
WOFPORD COLLEGE effore to atudonla in
tho four oollogo olivosos two parnllot oouraoe of
study, onoh loading to tho dogroo of HooWolor
of Art?, tn ono vhioh Modorn Lanaunctoa aro
aubatttutod fur pruok . ,
.. ?01??"?!, tniiloti, matiloulnllon, wnsblng,
: ' booJ<?> aii'J etiUlonory, tho nooos
m??jr i/Oticyi CAPVIIBP* ipr ino jr?ar, oun bo iii ol
with ONB HONDKKD AND Fifry DOM, A. UH
Tho'advantages olTorod by Wightman and
Alumni Hulls, onnblo atudonts to moot their
oollcgo exponaos with this vory small amount.
Tho govorumont is mornl mid paternal, but
without csplonngo or constraint.
Tho noxt session begins tho 1st. day of
J. A. G AM EWELL,
6corotary ot Faculty.
WQFFORD COLLEGE FITTING
Spartanbttro, S. C.
Tho Fourth Session boging October 1st, 1890.
Doys prepared for College. Exponaos
moy bo aovorod by $150 a your. Supotvisiou
careful und constant.
A. Q. HEM JIU HT, A. M.,
HEAL ESTAIS AND ?XCHAKSS AGENCY,
IBf&VtNC BUT RMCJENTLY RE- -
JUK? TURN KD trom a prospective tour
to the tortile fields of TEXAS, the "Eldo
i ado" of the West, I am now prepared
to oiler lands In that State as well as
lands in thc Counties ot Marlboro and
1 have the control ol 500,000 (Five
Hundred Thousand) acres ol choice
Texas farming and pasture lands, rang
ing in prices hom $2 to $30, (Two to
Thirty Dollars) per acre ; same to bc dis
posed ol on most lavorablc ter ms to parties |
who mean business. Parties owning
Real Estate in thc Counties above men
tioncd, and wishing to dispose of same
in purchasing lands in Texas, would do
well to consult the undersigned, ns no
stone will be lett unturned to effect a
trade where a bargain is in store. C?me
one and all, as no harm will he done or
expense incurcd to any hy inquiry into
thc feasibility of such a move.
My thorough inspection of land in
question enables me to be hilly disposed
to truthfully narrate the advantages to
he gained in thc purchase ol Texas Kcal
I am also prepared to offer thc best
Railroad rates either lor single passage
or car load from Bennettsville to any
destination where parties wish to locate
alter trading lor homes in Texas.
Blenheim, S. O., August 19, I890.
A house and lot in the town ot Den
ll nettsville. Apply at this OFFICE.
Nottoo la horoby given, th.it application wi
mndo nt tho noxt sossion nf tho Legislature fi
n charter for a Railroad from soino point 0
tho North Carolina lino, noar Gibson Static
i> to IlennotUvillo, S. C , and from auld town
Marion Court House by Clio and LUtlo Hoc
?S or blenheim.
COWS FOR SAM.
I have three milch cows wi
young calves, that I will sc
lt. A? DOUGLAS.
July 30, 1890.
Jfor Smvtno Machines and fi
Mont TSTcoaici) for ntl MiteMn?*.
T would respectfully Inform my frlen
and thc public generally that I am nc
sole agent lor the sale of the old reliai
Singer Sewing Machine. Will sell thc
on tbe best plans-lease, installment
straigbout. They are on sale at t
store of J. P. Campbell in liennettsvl
where they can bc seen, or I will ta
them by request to any part ot the cot
ty. I will also tako orders to sup)
any part of a sowing machine wann
and guarantee a perfect fit.
I can also furnish tho new butte
bolo attachment-something every la
Jan. 8, IS90.
WILL PAY YOU TO
I nm Bolling at prices whioh
cannot bo duplicated. . All you
havo to clo is to onll nt my atoro
und got tho articles nt pri?es
BICE, 5 to 7*o. pev lb."; SUOAU,
Vi to 8^c; 00 FFEE, 20o ; Moni, r
loo. per, peek, $1.28 per eack ;
Iflour, 2 J to do, per lb. ; Lard, y jo.
nor lb.j-Mctrfcj- ?Jo. per 'lb.j ;M<jo--v
lassos, 30o. to OOo? por gal.; Tens,
50o.; Tobaccos, 26 to 66o. per lb.;
Kerosene Oil, 16jj to 20c, per gal.;
Grits, 2?o. por lb.; Vinognr, 30c.
por gal.; Buttor, 20c. por lb. for
Gilt-Edge; Crackers, 10c. por lb.;.
Lyo, 8c. por box; Soap, 4o. por
bar; Sardines, 7 to 9c. por box;
Tomatoes, 8 to 9c. per can ; Eagle
Brand Condensed Milk, lijo, por
can ; Salmon, 15 to 19c. per can ;
Snuff, 48c. por lb.; Cannod Boof,
15 to 20c. per can ; Pickles, 10 to
20c. per bottjo ; Oystors 12 to 20o.
per can. Others goods in grocery
lino very low.
Spool ?oiton, 4c. per Spot}! j:
Gonts Collars, 9o. oaeli ; Ladies
Collars, 8o.; Handkerchiefs 2?c. to
10c.; Suspondera, 9 to 20c.; Pins,
4e. papor ; Needles, 3c. por paper j
Ladies Hose, 5 to 15c. por pair ;
Hair Brushes, 15 to 20o. each ;
Half Hose, 9 to 15o. each; Bali
Throed 2o.; Genta Eine Simla,
35o. to $1.00 ; Ladies Cloven, 15
to 25o.; Calico, 5o. poi* yard ;
Ginghams, 7?o. por yd.-, : Goiat'H
LVraworo, 20o.vt?' ttOo.y . Bibj^gito, 4
to 15o. por yd.; Edging 4o. i,o 10c.
Vrf." VV'lvjnV UniifilifiA 1K?
Men's Shoos from 80c. to $2.00 pr. .
pair; Ladies Shoes from 76o. to
$1.50 pr. pair; Children's Shoes
from 50c. to $1.25; Oottonndes,
Ho. to 17o. per yd.; Table Oil
Cloths 25o. per yd.; Buggy tyhips,
30o. to $1.25 ; Bedsteads, $1.50 to
.Now, if you want BARGAINS,
tr}' mo and 1 w ll convince you
that I havo struci bottom.
Some of tho goods priced hero
fluctuate in price very rapidly.
I will always sell you theso goods
at cost, such as Meats, Sugar,
Meal and heavy groceriep.
G. W. "Waddill
May 23, 1890.
flRll<VNKlNG our patrons for their
db" liberal pah??ai'tr U:wiwywr**t&<*?~
thia method of informiug ?hom that wo
will, at our old stand, continuo to manu?
facturo aud ropair
CARTS, WAGONS, BUGGIES, ETC.
and wi:l do auy work iu tho Blacksmith
Hue. [Ierro Shoeing a spcoialty.
Wo havo a lino lot of seasoned timber
on hand and uro prepared to build carts
on short, notico at low prices for cash.
Give us a call before you buy and_ savo
monoy. Now ia a good limo to bring m
your buggies and havo thom painted.
Hoping to rccoivo your paironago tho
nrosont year, wo are, yours truly,
STANTON & WILLIAMSON,
Wheelwrights and Blacksmiths,
Jan. 6, 1890. Clio, S. 0,
AT CLIO, S. G.
tiff HE undersigned rospoctlully informs
X tho publio that ho is now ongaged
in manufacturing and repairing furmtuiu.
Coffins of ali sizes mndo to order, cheaper
than thoy ann bc bought anywhere m tho
couutry. Good work, low. prices,? BAU*
" ?i " . ? .' J "T""".
May 22nd, 1800;
DU. E. % BA11RENTINE,
Physician and Surgeon,
BENNETTSVILLE, S. 0.
J&@f" AH COIIB should bo modo at tho
May Otb, 1890-6m.
Property for Sale.
H^VSIRABIYE BUSINESS AND RBSI
fg?jp donco proporty for Balo in tho grow
ing town of Bonnottavlllo. A town of
1200 population ; flourlffhhig business ;
20,000 balea of cotton bought Inst season,
with moroantlto salea amounting to ono
million dollars-two mor?bante alono doing
bufllnoBS amounting to $300,000. If you
want to buy now is your chanoo. For
priooa and furthor particulars, apply; nV.
---.Juno 6, 1890.
?1 WILL SAV to my lrlcnds in Marlboro
j and Marlon Counties that I will ho
prepared ibis fall to snpnly anyone with
Double Blankets. I will also gurantce
them equal In quality to any that t have
ever sold, and are of the same make.
Anyone needing anything of the kind,
and will drop me a postal to McColl, S.
C.; stating tho kind, whether white or
gray, and number of pairs wanted, will
re?oive my Immediate attention, I will
r.otity them at what time they may ex
pect thc Blanker on hand, They need
no recommendation from mc, as lite peo?
plo have scon thom.
H. E. WILLIS.
Po, MCcoli, S. C., August 18, ?890,