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FRIDAY? SEP PEMBER 5,1090.
moj^t()iJNn imo. ?
Olio, ' Soptombor, 13, 14
. FOURTH ROUND.
Li 10 o Poe D?O M ?uni?n Providence Oot. 3
Bonne lt H ville Ct., MoOoU'a Oot. 4 5
North Marlboro, Onk Cl rovo Oot. 24
BrightBvillo, Breedon Ohnpol Oob. 25 26
Olio Ct., Novombor 14
Bcnnottavillo Station Novombor 14 16 j
Blonhohu, Eboviesor Novombor 15 16
A. J. STOKES, P, E.
Appointment ii for Olio Circuit.
REV. J N O . MANNING, 1* . C .
Clio, 11a. m. ; Beulah, 4 p, in.
Manning Chapel, 11 a. m.; Bethlehem,
4 P- m.
Beulah, II a. m.; Clio, 4 p. m.
Bethlehem, 11 a. m.; Manning 4 p, m.
North Marlboro Circuit.
Nov/ Hope, August 9 '
.Ebenezer,.' 1 ; .,\ t... August 16 !
Onk Grove, August 30 J
Pleasant Hill, Soptembor 13
MOVED TO BENNETTSVUJBE.
Mr. M. G. Wihon, of Tatum Station has
accepted tho positioo of book-kcoper at
J. M. JaosonV
Mrs. Bottio Adams, wife of tho Into J.
P. Adamo, diod at hor homo in Adamsvale
on tho nlgt of tho 28th.
Hioka Bays wo may cxpoot some aetivo
storms this monti?, whioh will bo followed
by an early wiutor, with dry and oold
BRIEF BUT TRUE.
Worum moko n obild pcovieb and frot
fnl. Don't lot yoma worry with thcBO
pesto or worm coho. Hnmpuroys' mihi
nnd plonBant Bpeolflo No. Two will glvo it j
THE JTAYETTEVIXrilU IPAIR.
Tbo Ejccoutlyo Oommlttoo bnvo dcoided
"?i^^fvOVi!h)tt*'i\, 12, 13 und'14 th', for tbo
q\l fair. UnloBs tho railroad onu glvo un
bottor accommodations wo do not oaro to !
try auotbor oxouralon jam.
Tho Third Quarterly Oonforonco for
Bonuottsvillo Station will ombrne?> Satur
day and Sundny next. A bnaincss moot
ing will bo hold nt tho ohuroh on Saturday
morning at io o'olook. A full mooting of
tho official is doalrcd.
Mr. David 0. Whito baa bought out Sb
mon Strauss nnd will continuo tbo buainoss
nt tho samo stand. Mr. Jumen F. David
hns boon scoured as Balamini), and tho
fliomin of eaoh can roly on getting bar
tBHOOTING- IN BIlIGHTSVILIiE.
Thomas Buchanan, colored, shot and
?orionsly wouuded hla brothor-in-Jaw, John
GibBon in Brightsvillo 011 Sunday aftornoon
last. Justice MoLuurlr? issued a war
rant on Monday for Tom's arrest, and lt is
hoped lim* hr - .?' got his deserts, not only
for shootu.^ . ,r carrying a conooalod
A IiITTJ^Q WONDMV
Mr. Joel Coviugton, of Hebron, yenda us
four nails whioh ho says ho found in tho
incido slkn of a tripe whioh he purohasod I
nt tho Bennett ovillo markot a short time
nineo. Our friend thinks that them) molo
woro H wallowed at difforont timen, and
woro porhapa loose in tho hay or feed
nnd havo lain for years. Tho nails nro on
oui table for inspootion.
A WANT BUPI?IiIED.
Owing to our over increasing busi
ness nnd seeing tho nocesnty 06 an
efficient Gun and Pistol workman in
town I have employed a first-class
mechanic who will make this lino of
Kcpniring a Specialty. Bring your
work of this kind to my placo. Will
guarantee GOOD work.
Sept 3 '90. H. W. CARROLL.
THBHBVIVAB MEEI INO
Began boro Inat wook under the nusploics
of Um HoIhiCBS Association is still in prog
ress with uunbntcd interest, and tho moot
ing proudhon to bo ono of groat benefit to
our community. Tho services nro hold
daily nt tho Tont nt 4 p. m., and 8.30 p.
'ho mooting of t??.Assooiatlon Droner.
Smittay iiigtbt. Tho Rio? b?oth
ion, Rovo, Oliver, Pjrllohnrd and Pickett
Will romain during tho wook.
DMW YORK EA81IION BA85AB.
Tho August number of thia popnlnr
monthly oomoa well flllod with litoratnro
' for tho parlor, tho drawing room, sewing
room and kitchen. It ia ono of tho host
Undies booka publinhod, and should bo in
ovovy family, for tho mothar and tho girls
to roud nnd koop things in applo plo ordor
nt homo, Snmplo eopy cai) soon at thin
?tems of Interest Gathered Koro
and There and Briefly Noted,
- Cotton ia coming in lively
nod ia In infill;; lojy,
- The Oil Mill began tho full
busincau on tho 28th.
- Jndgo Hudson will have n.i
heavy dookob of otimnul huBiuoua tkte
- II. W. Carroll is having Iiis
atoro put lu hnndaoino trim for tho ?ow
?- Bonnottsville wore a husy air
on Saturday, A lively cotton mnrkot helps
i^?JtMM^iA-?..y-.?--.w.tT,)riC X .
- Land roth's Fresh Gardon
Seed, nil vuriotlus, for Bolo nb Jouulngs'
- The Btorm on Thursdny
night did conuidornblo damago to cotton
and hay in aomo plaooa.
?- Tho cotton market has fallon
to io ot?. Thia ia about tho quotation iu
Fayottovlllo und Wilmington.
- You will find all kinds of
tine spectacles at thc Clio Drug Store.
Bald headed men can he suited to a T,,
-any others just as well.
- The Gil Mill Company is now
running threollrat-olaas gluB and aro nblo to
gin and paok 25 or 30 bolos n day.
- Mr. J. L. Broodon, ot' our
town hod tho honor of soiling tho first
now uesioa ia thc Fayetteville mnrkot -
four bnlc8 nt io}.
- Tho prico of tho DEMOCRAT
io now so low lu prico that tho poorcab
man in tho oounty onn pay forait. Eggs,
obiokona, butter, poos, corn, foddor und
oata taken iu oxobnngo.
- Havo you soon those now
arrival? at W P Broodon's Llvory and Salo
Stables? Kow io your ohauco for b&rgaloaj
-Trne pioty nnd morality aro
in&opnrable. Piety ts lovo with ito faao
toward God, and morality Is lovo with ita
face "toward man,
- Mr. T. A. Bristow, j of
Drnko post oillco roquent* us to say that
hojjwlll bovo biR now upright plow roady
for tho market at an early day.
- Wo invite attention to the
advertiaomonb of L. Guinoy in thia issuo,
aud when you visit Ohoraw ouqulro for
Quincy's Ilarnos? and Ropair Shop, if you
waub anything iu bia Huo.
>- W. P. Broodon has just re
ceived a largo lot of open nnd top Buggies
and Surreys to bo sold nt bottom prlcea
Now ia tho timo to got what you want at
your oivn price.
- Parties in want of sugar cano
for tho next planting con got a aupply by
npplyiug to T. II. Covington at Covington
postoOao. Do uot watt if you waut to BO
ouro seed in timo.
- Thov.AUian.co Exchango Of
floo has baou moved to tbe Dopot, wboro
mombora of tbo Allianoo in futuro will
Hud tuo xradO Agent, Mr. Crosland.
- An Agricultural, Industrial
and Live Stock Fair will bo hold nt Max*
ton, October 20th, 2isb aud 22d, oloottng
M MoNoir, president, and Dr. J. D. Croom,
soorotary, Sbook to tho amount of $2,500
baa boon takou.
- The Wilmington Mossongor
I will bo printed in io pago form during tho
Sam Jonca meeting, and will bo furniahod
aubsoribora at tho low prtoo of 50 oonta for
tho io days acrvioea. Send tho monoy
nt ouco aud got tho opening aormou OB
tho Inst ouo.
I - Messrs. Smith Newton and
Gilbert McAllister havo oponed a Llvory
and Focd Stnblo nt Tatum Station foi tho
accommodation of tho traveling publie.
Ordere by moil from Drummors will reooivo
- A little brown jug, perfect
in ovory roapoot, aud ablo to hold perhaps
io drops, waa picked up on front atroot on
oleetion day. II. ia a neat littlo charm,
and, no doubt dropped by aomo drummer,
or dealer in tho waru.
- A mqothig of tho Railroad
offtoinla and ?took boldora to oonaidor tho
.advisability otaonsoliduthig tho Or*S. TS
N. II. R , and tho Bonnottevillo and Oho
raw Railroad is oaUod for tho 15th. Any
way, gentlemen, ao we got tho road,
- It is said to bo a fact that tho
lighter tho halo, tho loss loaa to tho far
mor. Thon, if 390 ia tho best weight, why
don't our farmers oatoh on and mako tho
light wolght balea ? Tho loaa in heavy
bale? ia worthy of attention.
J. B. Killough ?fcOo., of Floronco, S. C.,
report a largo auoocea in bualnoss and tor
ritory. They oro now uupplyiug homos
with Pianoa nnd Organa from Georgetown
on the aca const to tho Bluo Ridgo Moun
tains in North Carolina. Seo their new
advertisement .<ud wrlto to thom-'full
information aont freo. Addrosa J. B.
Killough & Co., Florence, S. 0. 30,
- Salosday in Septombor 1890
was indeed a dull ono. Thoro waa a Ano
attendance, but nu thoro were no falca and
no buBineas of importance to transact, tho
orowd vory wleoly wont to proaohing ot tho
Tent which wo aro glad to rooord ia tho
oontor of attention now.
- Ex Govornor M. L. Bonham,
fathor of Adjutant Gonoral M. Ii. Hon ham,
ono of South Carolina's bonorcd cona, waa
Conntt dond In bia bcd al? Haywood,. Wbito
Sulphur Spring ??otol on tho morning of
tho ?7tb. Htn loua to tbo Btato will bo
noroly folb. Ho waa lu Ida 77bh, year.
- Ohcoso must bo a very ani
mated aubstanoo, who? wo aro told by
nciontlBta that thoro aro moro livoly nod
vigorous antinnloula) in a pound of it, than
thcro aro ' inhabitants upon tho globo.
Think what wholosnlo ni au ?j 1 d er a man
commits whon ho 0I0RCB his jaws on a
chunk of it. Wo havo Hoon oheos? that waa
vigoroua and frlaky onough to walk, or hop,
akip and jump on n pressing invitation.
, Mts* Luoy Wuddlll hus returned to
Saloiu Acadomy to school.
MM, J. T. EOBOU and tho oblldrou atc
.Bponding Bomotluio at Rod Sdrhig,
Misa Bortlm Majore, of Oharlotto, N. 0.,
la vtaltuuj tho Missoa Odom,
Mia? Sue Odom is npouding n tow days
visiting in tho Donobo ?ootton.
Mrs. Ellssahotb MoNair, of Mnxfcou, is
visiting Mrs. D. Stubb, of Hod Hill.
M?saoa LII08 and _Cnrrlo Mathoaon," of
(Monheim have gouo to Athou8 Georgia.
Judge Hudson loft on Monday for
OhoHtoiQ'ild to hold court thoro thia wook.
Miss Mohio Odom rotumod from hor
vlalt to WudoBboro, on Thur.uluy night ol
Mrs. L. J. Breedon mid tho oblldrou
havo returned homo from their vieit to
Our young frioud J Bounlo Hamilton
lins tttkou a position at J. N. -Woathorly's
Our young friond Robort J. E ..itorling
has also takou a position with A. J. R?wo
Miss Moll to MoRao, of Donobo, who has
boon visiting frlcuds in tho Ebonozor aoo
tlon bas ?oturncd homo,
Mr. R. Loo Kirkwood, who hnB boen
attending n buHiuoss collcgo nt At! mi tu,
Qa,, has roturuod homo. ,
Mre. II. Q. Luca?, of Parunssua, hns
gono ou n vinit to hor daughter Mrs.
Mollie Roam at Bothol Hill, N. 0.
Prof. It. 0. Root, who has boon resting
up In ho Mountains of North Carolina, ro
tnrncd to Bonaottsvlllo 01 Monday ovoning.
Mr. nnd Mrs, W. lt. Wlokor, of Fnyotto
vlllo and Mrs, Ida Murphy, now of Knox
ville, Tenn., nro spending a few days In
BcnuottBvillo visiting friouds and rotativos.
Mr. Lawronoo Freomai, tho bright dan
lu'?dliguuo Bon ot our estoomud oounbymnn,
Mr. Jehu Froomau,' loft on Monday mora
Ii>?-r lueb for Wc.ko Foroat whoro . ho will
matriculate a thorough oourso of tnotruo
tlon in that flourishing institution,
- Tho Graded Sohool oponod
on Wodnosday with 154 pupils-pretty
gooi for tho first doy.
Rev. Mr Pickett will preach a sermon
for men only at the Tent on Sunday
afternoon at 4 o'clock, on the "Three
I. I. I," _
Rend tho now advertisement of J. B.
Killough & Co. Rpcolai Bumrnor eulo of
Pianos aud OrganB at spot cash prlcos.
Buy now aud pay whon cotton la sold-no
Interest in their latest oftor. Wrilo nt onco
for catalogues nnd pilcos. Addiosa J. B.
KILLOUGH & Co., Florenco, S. 0.
FORTUNES FOR MANY.
Allon, tho blaoknmlth, is now a million
airo through replying to an advortisomout
of nnoluimod ostatnto. &o., ?fco.- TiniGS
London Mar. Isl, 1888.
If your ancestors onmo from tho old
country, write to Tim EUHOIMCAN Oj.n\a
AcO?lSOY, 59 Poiul St., nnd 24 Stone St.,
Nov/ York Olby, hio.oulDg 25 oents for re
ply, nnd loam lt you hrc an hoir to any of
tho unclaimed estates thoro, worth moro
bban a half billion dollars, that rightly
bolong, chiefly, to Amoricnn dooendnnta
of Europeans who ?anio to America years
ago. It' voiu aneeatora carno ovor moro
than 50 years ago thoro ,is a probability that
you aro hoir to a fortune.
Tho following porsona woro drawn ou
Monday to servo aa Petit Jurora at tho
September tomi of tho Court of Gouorol
Bostons, which convenes boro on tho third
Monday in this month :
N B Rogers, P J Hoostess,
J J Graham, Eli English,
Elijah Enstcrling, Throop Crosland,
T ? Moore, D B Bruton,
W J Covington, E \V Bristow,
W M Doos, W M Hood,
ll P Johnson, M N Poarson,
G B W Dunn, W N Hamilton,
Jun L Stubbs, II L McLaurin,
D R Galloway, C B Jordan,
T. S. Evans, P J Smith,
I) A McKaskoll, Joel Covington,
W IC Bot hon. D. O. John,
J.-M Jackson, J IC Fletcher,
W B Drake, T I> MoOaU,
Jos JJ. M cCnll, J ? Tow ri son d,
H. It. Peolo, H E Willis.
T R Hamer, W P Parker.
YOU ARB IN A BAD FIX
But we will cure you il you will pay
us. Our message is to the weak, nerv
ous and debilitated, who, by carly evil
habits, or later indiscretions, have tri
(led away their vigor ot body, and
manhood, and who suffer all those ef
tects which lead to premature decay,
consumption or insanity, lt this means
yon, send lor and read our HOOK OF
LIFE, written hy the greatest Specialist
ol the day, and sent (sealed) tor 6 cents
in stamps. Address Dr. Parker's Medi
cal and Surgical Institute, 151 North
Spruce St., Nashville. Tenn.
TnicnR will bo a call mooting of tho
County Alliance afc tho Court Houao in
Bonnottavlllo, on Friday, Soptombor 5th,
1890, for businoBB of importance Tho
del?gate? to tho In nfc Alli; nco aro tho dolo
gatos to this mooting.
J. B. OmcKN, Prosldonfc.
August 37, 1890,
I J??FPY 7Ho??t>iiRa;' * ?f-*3?s'--- '
Wm- Timmen i, l'ostmnstor of Idavillo,
Ind., writoH : "Electric Hitters lum dono 1
moro for mo than nil oilier modioinoa j
combined, for that, bad fooling arising
from Kidnoy ?nd Liver trouble," John
Loslio, fiu'tuor and stockman, of Hamo
piuco says .. "Find Mlootrio Hi?ai s to bo
tho bi st Kidnoy and Idvor medicino,
mado mo fool liko a no? man V J, W.
Gardner, hardware tnoroliant, mmn town,
says : bloat ric Hitters is just tlie thing
for aman who in all run down and don't
oaro who?hor ho livo9 or dios ; ho found
now strength, good appetite nu l felt just
like ho had a new leoso on Hie. Only
5?0. a bottle, atJenaings* Pharmacy,
CANDID ATJ<y AN? . OFFIOJ
PERCY B. MOORE,
ROBERT H, HODGES,
Fou AUDITOU, ,
J ACOR ALFORD,
ELI T. COVINGTON, v
H. B. GRANT,
JONATHAN WOODLEY, Jj
* RA J. FORD GIBSON,
JOHN ' 0. tTON'S?^ J
THOS. BEN NETT,
JOHN C. CAMPBELL,
W. L. STANTON,
HEART WINDING OAIiAMITY.
AB WO go to press wo got fullor pnrtlou
Inrs of a hoart rond lng ncoidont whioh oo
currod nt MoLaurlii's X Roads, on Tuosduy
morning, hy whloh Mr. J. A. Hughes waB
killed and his fhomnu badly scalded.
From tho d&fforout sta to unonts obtained wo
gather tho following ronsoiiablo facts. Mr,
Uughea, who llvoa nt MoLnurln'a X Roadu,
is engaged in tho lumbor business, with a
jiu aud grltt mill nttaoh'od. On Tuosday
norning he was ongngod in ginning nud
ind ginned about two bnloa whon tho boil
j? exploded with tho nbovo result. It 1?
loliovod tho origin o.in bo traced to a do
'ooUvo steam gago and porhaps had tbrao
.inion ns inuoh ntoum na iudiontud-64
it tho timo of tho accident. This amount
>f ntoam could novar have produced tho
IcBtruotion causad thoro, nor could it bavo
?brown tho hoi lor 140 yards away. Mr.
lughcs bas boon running ougluos for J
nany yours. Ho louvos n. W?fo und ohild,'."
.0 mourn hin Joan, l'uHoi- rlotal*
lexb. Mru Huchea was woU knot
own ns Mi ri Lilly Vidal.
Tho funornl sorvioos woro hold'
: iou ton 0111 ir on, or wh?oit bo was n member, *
m Wodnoeday at 11 o'olook, eonduotod by
.tov.L. M, Hamer, who proaobod n short
torinon from tho t'oxt "Boaat nob thy Rolf
>f lo morrow." Rov. John Manniug con
?hided tho dorvlcoa nt tho gravo.
FALL BT O OK AKHIVINO.
Tho nev? full stook ut tho Ladies Storo
s hoing received and oponed ffor inspeo
;iou. Look out for tho now advortiso
uer.t next -flock ?nd fail not lo examine
ho now fall opening.
PLANT BMAIJIJ QUAIN.
Tho abort grain orops of tho Wost ad
monish our people of tho dangor ahoad,
ind should awaken intoreat in tho matter
af plauting heavy oat nud wheat oropB thin
fall. Wo cannot afford to dopond on tho
marketa of tho Weat. Wo mu-ib look
ibond and plant to moot omurgonoica.
3oru la going to bo high, na tho apeoulatora
mvo already bogan woik. Bo wiao in
imo and propnro for tho womb, _L.
TuF. I.? ni ttl) of tho Methodist Churoh
it McOoll will bavo an Entertainment on
Friday night of noxt wonk, Septotubor 12,
it 8 o'olook p. m., confuting of u ?pleudid
CANTATA, MUSIO, LIALCa?ES &c j
Suei'Kit or Rcfroahmonta to follow, j
Tho procooda of tho samo aro to bo do*.
Wed to tho banofik of their organ. Tho
Jubilo aro cordially invitod to nttood and
iclp tho ladios lr. thoir NOULIC KFKOKTS
i? pay thia vnlunblo aid in ohuroh worship.
UOOKOTJT FOR IT.
Oouutnrfoit $10 and $5 Honk uofces nud
$1 silvor coina aro reported' to bo In oirou.
atiou. Watch your moaoy olosoly.
Scrofula All Hin JAio..
I considder my cure by S. S. S. one
^f the most wonderful on record. I had
he worst type of Scrofula from my in
:ancy until I was.?2 years ol agc. My ^
ivhofo young life \VHs embittered and V
uncle rnisr?ablc by the . ,u"tk?p">^afc??8H
.ase, I not only sufTetedTv mffrTHlB
Scrofula, but wns sovwrkcii that IT?
ashamed to associate with, and was f
avoided by my playmates and fellow I
workmen. I tried every known patent
medicine, and was first and last attend,
cd by more than a cloven reputable
physicians, hut In spite of all, thediseaso
continued to grow worse. About four*
years ago a friend from Pittf.hurg ad
vised me to take SSS, which I did, and
alter taking seven bottles I was cured
sound and well. The old skin peeled
off and was replaced hy a new skin, as
smooth and free lrom blemish as any
person. I have had no return or symp
tom ot the disease.
HENRY V. SMITH, Belmont, W. Va.
Trentiso on IJ'ood and Skin IH?O?IHOS ninllod
free. BWIFT.S SPECIFfC CO., Atlanta O.i
BRNNKTTSVILLK POST OPKIOB, *>,
MAHLIIOIIO COUNTY, 8. O., >
September t, 1890. )
No. i - Edward Brown
3- R. H. Odom
4- John R, Roborson
5- Alox. TliomaB
6- John Washington
Whon you call for any of tho nbrvvo lot
torn, plouiiO stat" tbat tbny, bavo b
yoYtlt?od. Oiio oont lu olmrirod for
lottor ndvortlaod. J
T. Ii. OUOB?,ANI>, P. M. .
Bt?lll?)??? ?^?MIIMIII ggBflWg}
THE Gordon Rifles will HE
semblo at the armory on Friday
night f ir the purpono of nctin
on tho resignation of tho Cap
tain and oieoting a new one.
J. L. MCLAUUIN,
J,T. DOUGLAH, Secretary I
I ELECTION, 8EPTE
112 139 173 10 7
29 84 3 11(3 3
I 30 111 70 70 2
r,: 11? 115 97 08 8
MU, 35 j 121h 123r GO
ft- m' liv>9 ?43 4
HF 40 Tu.Sff *87A 80 (j
?m , 89# 79 90 37ti ii
? A 79J 85$ 45 33 1
H; Jr 00 109 104 117 8
LA?O FOR SALK 1
tffiWO tracts-272 in one and between
X 425 and 450 in tito other, of good
cotton and corn land, is offered for sale,
'Wu: traci ol 272 acres ls located near
.JJhat is called the Medlin Springs, tho
ojher ts opposite Capt. J. C Wright's on
thc Marion line. There is a good
dwelling on each tract with necessary out
buildings. For terms and full particu
lars apply to J. A. WcXlAK'
-Also two lots in the town ol Kennetts-.
vHle, with neat cottages on each,
?ihis property wilfbe ofieretl for sale
at public out cry on the first Monday hi
Ufccmber next it not disposed of belore.
September 3, 1890.
|At n meeting of the DcnNOQmtic
each ti vc Committee hold thia dav to
jivuHH.ibo Vito of tho Beoond Prima?
kKlor/tioin to,, completo tho Hut ol'
>iuty4itHbcr?,-tho following dcols
!<8 worn run dor od :
tito. Second, Primary Elootlon P.
!>. Mooro for T rc QB ij rer received C70
r4oto8 and R. H. Hodges 473, P. JJ.
lloore is tberoforo deolured tho nomi?
too for recommendation for appoint?
tient as Treasurer.
1 Eli T. Covington nud Jacob Alford,
cand ida I ea f or Auditor in tho Second
Primary received tho following voten :
Covington 070, Alford 457--Coving
ton receiving the highest vote, is do
dared tho nominee for reeommcndaH
Mon ns Auditor.
For tho ofliee of County Commis
sioner, H. S. Grant received f)09J, J ?
Townsend 607J, Jonathan Woodley
737A, Halford Gibson G3GJ, J. C.
Campbell 375J, Thos Bonnolt 517)5.
Messrs. Woodley, Gibson and Town
send having received the highest lil)tn*
b.Hi- of voi.os are dee I tired the nominees
for County Commissioners.
Wm. ly Stanton having received
020 votes is declared the nominee for
tab oflico of School Coniini.-sioncr.
By order of Committee
J. Ii, GitiiKN, Co,, Chairman
CHAS. CUPRI, A ND. Secreta
onnottsville, Sept. 3, 1890.
STRAYED Oil STDOEN.
SI\NK Black Mare Mule from my place
* on the 31st, of August I890, She ht I
r medium si/.e-lour years old with
Ump on each shoulder caused hy the
pjlar, J will pay a liberal reward f jr
er capture or return to me.
1 J. 1< PAGE,
^Sellers, S. C., Sept. 3. ?8yo._
! conn wiws mouin.
ONSIGNWENTS solicited and ad-.
Y I vanees made on some full values and
I w charges-prompt returns.
T September 3, 1890. ^
tOKE&AW, S. C.
AINKi is EIoadqunrtorB for Vinni
WOORE HIGH SCHOOL.
IHE PALL SESSION of this well
known School will open on thc first
j?nday in September next.
For Terms apply to
J wo. S. MOORE,
LugUSt 6, I890. Principal.
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?IO RENT A GOOD PIANO FOR
a School. Stmo terms and address
45. Bonnottsvillo, S, C.
??optomber 1, 1890.-I
MG AN HIGH SCHOOL.
itui DARGAN HIGH SCHOOL
Five Miles North-west from Ilen
(sville, opens September ist. Prot,
?). GOOCH, Principal, assisted by an
nently able Instructess, Miss Annie
ju*. Languages. Higher Mathematics,
? keeping and Music.
^A?k terms, address the Principal, or
-Mcf A. J. Mooic, Sec. li'rd., Bennetts?.
lugtist 29, I890.
TICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
EST?T ic OF J, A. Mo II AK.
)TICE is hereby given, that on the
,29llb day of September 1890, I will
F 'y to thc Judge of Probate lor Marl,
? 0 County lor Letters of Dismissory
tVdounistrator of thc c9iatc of J, A.
W. 1). CARMICHAEL. '
.ngust 28, 1890.
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For Congress ..
I nnnounco myself as ri candidato
for Congro*s for the Sixth District
subject to ?ho action of tho Demo
E. T. STACK HOUSE.
July 20, 1890.
ll/mn un nu Pflupritf.
SPA HT \ N BU HG, S, C.
dr. II. Carlisle, LL J). i>resident.
FOUNDED IN 1851.
WOFFORD COLLEGE offors lo studonts In
tho four oollugo olaseoB tvro parnllol oouraoa of
. lutly, oaoh loading to tho dagroa of Uuahotor
of A r's, in ona vision f.'udoru Lcinguottoa uro
suustttutod fvr Orook,
Hoard., tuition, matriculation, washing,
ligliti), fool, books, ni, J umtltinory, tho nooos
snry College expenso* for th? VA??, ?..? v,- r3?.
.?Uli O.V? H (i MU? co AND i'tfTY Do LL A ns.
Tba>advantages offorod by Wightman mid
Alumni 11 IL ll?, onnblo students to meet tho'.r
oojlugo exponaos with this vory small amount.
Tho ?ovornimmt is inonu und paternal, but
without oBpionngo or oonatrnint.
Tho noxt session logins tho Isl. dny of
J. A. O A.MR WK LL,
6oorctary of Faoulty,
W0FFOHD COLLEGE FITTING
Sjmrtanburo, S. C.
Tho Fourth Session logins October Ist, 1890.
Hoys prepared for College. Exponaos
nny bo oovorod ly $160 it your. Sunotvioion
laroful und constant.
A. G. RE M UK RT, A. M.,
WAL ESTATE ADD MAK?8 ABENCY,
iOl> TURN KD hom a prospective tour
o the icrtile fields of TEXAS, thc "Eldo
ado" of the West, I am now prepared
o oiler lands in that State as well as
ands in thc Counties ot Marlboro and
I have the control of 500,000 (l?ive
Hundred Thousand) acres ol choice
Texas farming and pasture lands, rang
ing in prices I rom $2 to $30, (Two to
Thirty Dollars) per acre ; same to bc dis
posed ol on most lavorable terms 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
well to consult the undersigned, as no
stone will be lett unturned to eifect 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 Icasibility of such a move.
My thorough inspection of land in
question enables me to he tully disposed
to truthfully n?rrale thc advantages to
he gained in the purchase ol Texas Kcal
I am also prepared to offer the hest
Railroad r?tcs either fer single passage
or car load from Bennettsvillc 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 Ben?
nettsville. Apply at this OFFICE,
Nottoo is horohy glvon, th.it npphoatlcn will
mndo nt tho noxt sossion of tho Logialaturo for
n charier for a Railroad from somo point on
thu North Carolina lino, nonr nilson Station
to Hennott?villn, S. C , and from said town to
Marion Court House by Clio and Little Rock
COWS FOR SAM.
I have three milch cows with
young calves, that Twill sell,
B. A. DOUGLAS.
July 30, iS' ~.
For Se win f/ MttcFitncs and tito
Host Jfeeaif?S for hilMa?hlnfifi.
I would respectfully inform my friends
and the public generally that 1 am now
sole agent lor thc sale of the old reliable
Singer Sewing Machine. Will sell them
on the best plans-lease, installment 01
straighout. They are on sale at the
store of J. P. Campbell in Bennettsvillc
where they can be seen, or I will take
them by request to any part ot the coun
ty. I will also take orders to supply
any part of a sewing machine wantctl,
and guarantee a perfect fit.
I can also furnish thc new button
hole attachment-something every lady
Jan. 8j I890.
IT WILL ?\ YOU TO
I am Bolling at prices whioh
cannot bo duplicated. AH you
havo to do ia lo call at my atoro
and got tho articles at prices ...
.111018, r> to 7*o.-pov lb.; SUOAK,
7 ? to8$?; 20o ; Moni,
lfio. por . poole, $1.28 -por suck ;
? Flour, 2? to .4 c. por lb. ;. IVavd, Si c.
fier lb.;^Moa,^fi^o. por 'lb.;' Mo*""^"
aseos, 30o. to G Oe, pergal.; Toas,
50o.; Tobaccos, 25 to 05 c. nor lb.;
Kerosene Oil, 16a to 20c per gal.;
Grits, 2$c per lb.; Vinegar, 30c.
per gal.; Suttor, 20c. per lb. for
Gilt-?dge; Crackers, 20c. per lb.;.
Lyo, 8c. per box; Soap, 4o. per
bar ; Sardines, 7 to 9c. por box ;
Tomatoes, 8 to (Jc. per can ; Eaglo
Btnud Condonsod Milk, ?9b. por
can ; Salmon, 15 to 19c. per can ;
Snuff, 43c. por lb.; Canned 13eof,
15 to 20c. per can ; Pickles, 10 to
20c. por bottle ; Oysters 12 to 20o.
per can. Others goods in grocery
lino very low.
Spool Cotton, 4c. por anno! ;
Gents (Jollars, ?c oaeh ; Ladies
Collars, 8c; Handkerchiefs 2$c to
10c; Suspenders, 9 to 20c; Pins,
4o. papor ; NcedloB, 3c por papor ;
Ladies Hoso, 6 to 15c. nor pair ;
Hair Bruahos, 15 to 20c each ;
Half lioso, 9 to 15c each; Ball
Thread 2c; Gents Firio Shirt?,
35o. to $1.00; Ladies Gloves. 15
to 25o.; Calico, 6o. 'nor y iud ;
Ginghams,; 7 jo.. pOv yd.; GonVn
Drawers; 20o. tb 60c; llibbtjn'B', 4/
to i&o. ?or yd.; Edging 4a, to 10c,
nor yet.; whisk: -Brushee, 15c;
Mon's Shoos from 80c to $2.00 pr.
pair; Ladios Shoes from. 75o. to
$1.50 pr. pair; Children's Shoes
from 60c to $1.25; Oottonades,
Ile. to 17c per yd.; Tablo Oil
Cloths 25c per yd.; Buggy vrhips,
30c to $1.25 ; Bedsteads, $1.50 to
.Now, if you want BARGAINS,
try mo and 1 w ll convince you
that I havo struci bottom.
Some of tho goods priced hero
fluctuate in price very rapidly.
[ will always sell you theso goods
it cost, such as Meats, Sugar,
Meal and heavy groceries.
May 23, 1890.
flRHANKING our patrons for their
"W~1?bc?nT parro'nauo't^M^^gjWtJ.'.w?^^1'- '
this motbod of inforu?og thom ?bet wo
will, at our old stand, continuo to manu
facturo and ropair
CARTS, WAGONS, BUGGIES, ETC.
and wid do auy work in tho Blacksmith
lino, HOMO Shoeiug a specialty.
Wo havo ft fino lot ot' seasoned timbor
on hand and arc prepared to build carts
on short notice ot low priers ' for cash.
Givo us a oull bofovo you buy and savo
mouoy. Now is a good time to bring m
your buggies and iiavo thom painted.
Hoping to receive your palronngo tho
prosont year, wo aro, yours truly,
STANTON & WILLIAMSON,
Wheelwrights and Blacksmiths,
Jau. 6, 1890. Olio, 8. G.
AT CLIO, S. O
tSTf HR undersigned rospocti'uliy informs
jt tho nublio that ho Ls now ongagod
in manufacturing and repairing furnitwe.
Coffins of all sizes modo to order, cheaper
than thoy can be bought nnywhoro in tho
country. Good work, low prices,( PAHR?
May 22nd, ltHOO.
DR. E. T. B?R1??NTINE,
Physician and Surgeon,
BENNETTSVILLE, S. C.
All oaliB Bhould bo inado nt tho
May 6th, 1890-6m.
Property tor Sale.
VSIRABLE BUSINESS AND RESI
donco property for Bolo in tho grow
ing town of Bonnottoviilo. A town of
1200 population ; flourlahing business ;
20,000 bales of cotton bought last soason,
with moroantllo sales amounting to ono
million dollars-two morohnots alono doing
business amounting to $300,000. If you
want to buy now is your ohanoo. Por
priooB and farthor purtloularo, apply at
. Juno 6, 1890.
?W1LL SAY to my b lends in Marlboro
and Marion Counties that I will ho
prepared this fall to simply anyone with'
Double Blankets. 1 will also gurantee
them equal in quality to any that I havo
ever sold, and are of the same make.
Anyone needing anything of the kind,
and will drop mc a postal to McColl, S.
C.;-stating tho kind, whether white or
gray, and number of pairs wanted, will
receive my immediate attention? I will
notify them at what time they may ex
pect the Blankets on hand. They need
no recommendation from me, as thc peo
ple have seen thom.
H. IC. WILLIS.
Po, MCcoh, S. C., August 18, ?890,