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"Do thou Groat Liberty Inspiro our Souls and nnko our lives in thy possession happy* or our Deaths Glorious in thy Just Dofonoo.'?
BENNETTSVILLE, S. G., SEPTEMBER 19, ?890.
i?4rr'A;e?~-Southorn niuii vin. Soo?oty Hill
arrivos daily, nt 12 pm.
Leaves-Daily, ot 6 00 o'olook, u ui.
Arrives-Northern inail viaGioousboro,
N. O., anivoB daily at 0.-15 p m
Leaves- DailyV ut H 20o'olook, u. m..
Arrives-l?lenhcini. U?d Hill and Drake
ortivos dully at 12 o'olook.
Leave*-Daily ?t 6 o olock a. ni.
Leaves-Ronnottsvillo to Laurluburg via
Pearson, Brightsvillo, Adams*
ville and Nowtonvillo, Monday,
Woduosday and Friduv, ut 7.30.
Arrives-Tuosday, Thursduy nnd Suture
day nt 3.30. . - ? ??
llenno'ttHvillo po.st^bftioo .opona nt 7
o'olook, a m., and olb&es at o n in.
-.?* A? 'H'??^??'''"! ?hil diau?biilod uno? I
?Or- Money Order buslii^sa cloaos o? Sat
urdays, nt 12 O'OIOOK, m.
T< L) CROSLAND, P. M.
Capo Fear and Yadkin Vallev R. ?.
Condensed Soliedule, August 4, ?890.
Traill No. 1., Daily Except Sunday
I.cavo San i'm ,1,
Lonvo \V?lnut. Cove,
Arrive Mt. Airy,
jj Ou A m
12 26 P M
. 2 22
Train No. 3.,.Daily Except Sunday
8 20 A M
itaain No. 15., Daily Except Sunday
An Ivo Madiaon,
0 60 A M
12 30 P M
SOUTH BO tm J>.
tl vain No. 2., Daily Except Sunday
Lonvo Mt Airy, 0 00 A M
?;\^;:.Arrlvo Greensboro, 9 20
heave Greensboro, 9 60
J.onvo Sanford, 12 10 V M
Arrlvo Fayottovli.'e, I I>0
%i:-^Leayo! Fjiyfrilpylllfii ;3 16
ArHvo Wilmington, 6 45
Traill No. -i., Daily Except Sunday
Loavo Fnyottovlllo. ,..'? 30 1? M
Arrlvo Maxton, . 6 20
l.oaVo M?xlo?i ."" 0 W,.
Anlvo llonnottaVlilo, >"V O^'t '
, . . -II
'Jruin No-IQ., Daily Exc+jitMiinsfayf^J
:... .i.o?s^;M,Mw?tt..w-vv.iA'--:;-!?.;in'-.r M
.Arri.o.UruorisboVo, .-! uu;
Leave' Greensboro, ' tfX&'M .'.
Arrlvo lia'risoinv 1 0 BO
W. R KYLK,
Hon. Puss Agont.
J. \Y. FRY,,
Atlantic Coast Line.
North Eastorn R. R. of S. d
THAIN!! OOING SOUTH.
Dated April 20th, 1590.
No.27 No.23 No.63
A. M. A. M.
?.<? Flnraeeo ?1.36 *?.30
" Kingstreol 2 2? 9.16
Ar. hartos > 2.50 10.07 P. M.
Lo. Lanes 2.50 10.07 *7.60
Ar ChurloBton 6.U0| 11.59 9.30
Train on O. A 1). it. lt. oonnools at F?oronoo
with No. 23 Train.
TKAINB aoiNCI NOKTII,
A r. Lanes
Lo Lu nos
* Daily. 'J' Dally exeept Bundey.
No. 52 run through to Columbia via
Control lt. It. of S. O.
NOB. 78 and 14 run ?olid to Wil
mington. N. C., making olofio connection
with W.'& W. lt. It. for nil pointe north.
J. It. KBNLY, JNO. jp, DIVINE,
Ass't Qen'l Maungtir, Gou'l Supt.
T M. EMERSON, Oon'l Pas?. Agb.
. WAD??SUORO', N. C., SPECIAL.
DAILY KXCKPT SUNDAY,
Ojiarlo H to a 4 00 p. m.
I-a 11 o's 0.11 p. ni,
Floronoo 8.10 p. m.
Uhoraw 9.43 p. m.
Wadosboro* 11.00 p. m.
WadoRboro' G.0O a. ni.
' Olioraw 7.30 a. ni.
Floninco 9,00 a. in.
Lano's t0.37 a. iu.
Oliarloston 12.30 p.m
Oar? run throngh betweon Charloston and
Wadeaboro'. TIIOBO trains ntnko oloao eonnoo.
lion at Wndoaboro' with Bast and Wont bound
Paosongor train* ovor tito Carolina Oontrul
T. M. EMERSON, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Tona F. piviSH, Gen. Supt
Insure your Houses
againt ?re, lightning,
cyolones and wind
For further parliculars apply to
H. 1\ JOHNSON, Agent,
Dcnncttsvillc, S, C.
March 3?st, 1890.
Dr. T. W, Bouchier.
BENNETTS VILLE, Sd. OA.
CftS&'Offio? in I). I). McOoll's new
WDt& Building, Up-fctairs, wost tido
Oflioo hours from 9 a, m., to 0 pi m.
NORIH MAf?LBORO CIRCUIT APP01H?MEHT8 FOR 1880.
Rov. J. L. Hay, P. C.
Ebonczor 10.30 a. m., Shilo 4.00 p. m.
Oak Oro? o 10.30 a.-rnNow Hopo,4.00
l>* K" Third Sundny.
Sbilo 10.30 a. m., Ebonozor 4.00 p. m.
Now Hopo 10.30 a. m., Oak Orovo 4.0U
Pleasant Hill 10.30 a. m.,,on Saturday bo
fore Ibo second S.midny.and 10.30 a. m.,
Otb Sunday. | ff a I
' BRIOHTSVILIE CIRCUIT APPOINTMENTS tOM^O" '
KUY. ci. M. noYD, i?, c.
Boiboi Ut and 3d Sunday ll a? m.
Antioch 1st lind 3rd Sunday 3 p. m.
Royton 2nd and4tb Suuduy ll a.m.
Ric edon's G.ba pol 2d and 4th 3 p. in.
APPOINTMENTS FOR BENHETTSVILLE CIRCUIT.
KEV, W. II. KI11TON, l\ O.
Rcauty Spot, 2nd and 4tb Sundny 11 u. m.
Smyrna, 2nd and 4th Sunday 3 p. m.
Pinn Grovo, 3rd and lut Sunday ll a, m.
MoColl, 3rd and 1st Sunday 3 p. m.
APPOINTMENTS FOR DIEN HEIM CIRCUIT,
KEV? J. .A; POUTKH I', D> .
nobron lft and 3rd Sunday nt II a m.
Ebonczor 1st and 3rd Sunday at 3 p. m.
Parnassus 2nd and 4tb Sunday nt 11 a. m.
Zion 2nd and 4ib Sunday at 3 p. ni.
Mi4Tiroi)i8T-Kev. J. W. Danlrtl, Pastor
[Sunday ?School 4.00 p. m. Preaching at
11.00 a. m., and 8.00 p. m. Pruyor-iuect
Ing Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Supt. S. S., 15. S. Carlisle.
BAPTIST-Bov. II. N. Pratt Pastor
Pioaehing 11.00 a. in., 8.00 p. m. Sunday
School OYory Sunday morning at 0.30
Prayer mooting Thursday evening, atd.OO |
o'clock. - Supt. S. Si i O. B. Jordan;
PltHSIlYTKIlIAN-BOV. W. B. Corbett
pastor. Preaching at 10:80 a. m. and 8.80
?. m. Sunday School at 0.80 A. M. Pray
cr-mcotlng on Tuesday afternoon at 4.00
, o'clock. Supt, S. 8., T. E, Dudley.
MAllIjB?lt? OIIA-PTEK No. 30. H. A. M.
Meets at Cliq.on Friday, on or after
each full moon ' at 3 o'clock in the after
noon, . 1. C. DUNRAR,
M. E. H. P.
I Sf* E. MCLEOD, Secretary.
(^OM^HS^^VF ~ <??*>*-.-.
. ' EUREKA i?fjiiE, H?. -iS(:A. F; M?, ADAMSVIUE. (?fi!
.. Convenes oaoh Saturday afternoon hoforo
tko full moon, at l o'olook:
Ii. lt. EARTBnrano, W. M.
W. J. Adams, Soerotary.
AURORAtODQE, NU 33, A. F. M. CLIO,
1Meets Saturday oh or after each full moon
nt 3 o'clock,'p,. in.
Jons MA?ANO, W. M.
E. T. COVINOTON, Sooretary.
MARLBORO LOGUE KO. 88, OEKHETTSVItLE,
Con VOUCH caoli Friday evening pn or boforo
tho full moon ut 8 o'olook.
C. 8. MCCALL, W. M.
T. I. Itogoro, Scorotury.
BRUNS LOOCE, NO. 18, A. F. M. PARNASSUS,
Meots Satin(1 ny on or boforo oaoh full moon
nt li o'olook, p. m.
W. II. A i.i'on?, W. M.
0. B. llogors, Soerotary.
PROFESSIONAL OAU? S
TII08. K. DUl>LKV, HOPF. II. NEWTON.
I?DLEY & NEWTON,
Attorneys and Counselors nt Lnw,
BKNNETTSVILLK, S. C.
Will practico in tho Courts of tho
Fourth Circuit and in thc United States
Courts. [Fob. 14, '86
nf* ow NS END ? MCLAURIN,
JL Attorneys at Luw,
RENrfETTSVILLE, S. U.
HW O?li?o ovor J. F, Evoiott's Store.
TOWNSEND Si MOLAUUIN & POLLOCK.
Attorneys at Law,
Choraw, S. 0.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
1) 0 n n 0 11 s v i 11 o , S. O.
KNOX LiviBOSTON. . EDWARD M'IVEU
LIVINGSTON & MCIVER, *
Attorneys nt Lnw,
ClioraV, - - So. Cn.
tip w. BOUCHIER, ~
X . . Attorney ot Lnw,
R 0 n n 0 11 ? vj I I 0 , S . 0 .
J?QyOJtico on Darlington St., west of
tho Court House
o Attorn?y at Law, .
R 0 n n 0 t t s vd Ile,- S . 0 .
??^?mcn io tho Court Houso-front
room on tho right.
a o. w. sitipp,
tait A-tt9rn0y.pt Law,
Cborftw, Bl 0.
Will practice in the Courts of Ches
terfield and Marlboro Counties,
J3UL Attorney td Law and Trial Justice,
Rennottsvillo, S. C.
Prompt attention given to tho collec
tion of claims. Agricultural Liens (bro
0 COMMISSIONER OF AFFIDAVITS
For tho Stnto of North Carolina.
A6V0all on bim at Rennottsvillo, S. 0.
ABE YOU WITH US ?
WE CAN; SAVE YOU DOLLARS !
CLOSE CASH BUYERS,
llili i llilil
Buy and Sell FOB SPOT CASH,
A Crash in Pri?es !
TTE WILL FROM THE START BEGIN A CRUSADE
VV A G-A INST PREV AILING PRICES ! Bip IF THEY; 1
D O N OT T U M BLE N O W ! Having uio bad debts;
and small expense wo will keep them Tumbling.
All dollars have the same cash value at a
Bank, but you will find that you can buy
more G-oods with your Dollar if spent with us
Wo como to Benncttsvillo lo build up a CASH TRADE.)
The cheaper we sell the moro Goods we sell, and it is in the;
big tum over thc money is made. Wo discount all purchase^
and no living man buys cheaper than wo do.
Tho now Gooda arriving daily aro being marked at priced
that wiJJ scJLlhom.nt sight-, . , , \ ,
- : ^v\V?v'jf?^e?i?VW'o?'?. claims ^lii'cWW oiiy?rs. '
Our mission is to undersell and wo will do it,
BENNETTS VILLE, s. 0. IN* THE McfJALL BUILDING.
September ?th, lc90.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Grad?alo course?. Under-grnduntc courses
for ilogrooi-3 literary and 0 euiontllio. AD>>.
nh Drier RHU cloe ti vc oenrsog. Professional
noursos in Law, Pharmacy, Votorlnnry Solenco
and Pclngnxics. 'J well equipped laboratories;
4 shops anil model rooms; now Infirmary,
Tuition fco, $40 nor SOSHIQH; other foes, $20
(Including In Urinary foo, oovorlng medlo.il nt
tendnneo, modioinos, ole), 'fabio board, $10
to $12,00 pr mouth, lloomp rent free. Tutu)
exponeos, Including fuel, lights, washing,
boOks, clo., abont $180.
Tuition fco reuiittod to studonts certifying
their innbllliy to pay for it.
Sceslon ' opon? first Tuosdny in October.
Entrance examinations hold tho preceding
wock. J. M. McllR Y DE, President.
Due West Female College, *
#BEPOKI3 DECIDING AS TO
a school for your daughter, ox
nminu closely into tho merits of
tho Duo Went Pon?alo Collage
Established in tho year i860, it has oteitdi
ly grown lo efficiency nod induction. En
rolled 182 pupil? tho pant year, l?xpc
rlonood nod progreenlvo touchers in every
department. Location boalt.hful. Bontd
Ing dopnttmo?t guarontocd eatisfaotory,
bond tor oatnlogtto.
Mus. IJ. M. BONNER, Principal,
lt. E. BONNER, A. M., yico-rrlnolp<d.
Duo Weat, Abbovlllo On., S. O.
July 15th, 1S90.
W. J. STEWART,
When you wish nn easy shave,
As good as bnrbor p vcr gavo,
Just cull on mc nt my saloon,
At morn i mr > evo or noon;
I out mid dress tho hair wi'li graco,
To ?nit tito conloar of thc l'a co.
My room ia nont ami towels donn,
Scissor.! Hhurp and razors kenn.
Ami ovnryihiiig [ think you'll find
To suit (bo taco nnd plcaso tho mind
And nil my mt nnd t-kil) cnn do
If you just call, I'll do for you.
BEGIN EARLY !
In your SPItINd OLKANINO dislnfoot
your promises mid provont Povor.
Ohlorldo Limo, . . , 1 nnd 5 lb. boxes,
Cntbollo Aold, ... 25 cents n pint.
Thompson School and Business
Siler Oily, Chatham County, N. (J
A FUtltT-CuAflft HOARDING SOIIOOf. WITH MILI
TA KY FUATU11K8.
Healthful nnd bountiful locution with no?v
buildings, elegant furn il uro und fixtures. Ono
of tho bout equipped sohoolj in Ibo South
Thorough preparation for college, loaching or
Full torin begin.? August 27. Send for illus
tratod oiitnloguo ol' One],,
J. A. \V. THOMPSON, SUIT.
Aug. ?) 180U. '
Roanoke Female College,
13 airville j IT ai
The next session opens Sep
tember I. Full Faculty ol
experienced Teachers-each a
Specialist in ids Department.
Music teachers lrom Lclpsic
ami New England Conservatories. Art
teachers trom best New York Schools ol
Art and Design. Health ot city unsur
passed. Terms very moderate. Large
discounts where I wo or more go from the
same family, Vor catalogues or other
J. C. 0. DUNFORD, Asst Pres
Aug 6, I8QO. Danville, Va.
Medical Card !
fff?HE undorsignod having looatod per??
8 mauoiifly in Ilohnottsvillo, returns
his thank? for a liberal patronago am;
hopes by sttiot nttontiou lo business to
merit a continuation.
Resides SU HO LORY, OBSTETRICS
and tho general ptnciico of Medicino, I
take pleasure in announcing to all thal 1
have thoroughly equipped myself with
thc latest and niost improved iii9trnmnnis
fur special tieulmcnt of TRANSFUSION
in OASES of DANGEROUS IIEMOR
AGE, all TH HO AT, NOSE ond LUNG
CONSUMPTION specially TREAT
ED lipon ibo LATEST ?nd MOST
Parties in Bcnnottsvilie will bo EX
AM IN ED and TREATED for. any of
Ibo abovo disensos at ih?ir.?wh homos by
being requested to so do. Thoijo frqm n
distauco ai my residence on Durliugton
Snoot-tho icsidonco formerly ojounicd
by Mr. Carey T, Eastorling iii East Ron?
Culls in Day loft nt Breedon & W?lls'
Drug Store will bo promptly attoudod to.
At night at my. roaidonco.
OhowoB for EXAMINATION npd
ll- R. EASTERLING, M D.,
M. Medico. Ubi. Socioty Pliila.
January J, '80
?erlbb?oftfj ? K?rpm Sllcjtiltelm. '
? v i ? i-- . .
MK. EpiT?n ?--No "nowa from our
I hi Vying town for some tiriio., I will c
risk, this being . published (in your tl
wli?to busUqt.) , j!" ' ' jj
. On; yesterday oftemoon our Utile (\
town jwus ni tinned by tho erv of "tho 1
Clin bouao ia on bro." When your f
so?iblilo* rushed, to .tho dcor of 1 ii (
pjuce] of bubb.C(!i ho : behold Mr. AiWil <
ltogofs wabling over to tho seat' cf t
\jai'i also Mr. Dock McLeod with a f
P'ill. of wator in hand, Mr. A. .1. ?
Mallinson and tho ginnor and fireman
running helter ?kolfor all over tho
liuijdlng (you seo WA hn/vo a firo buck
tt Oompauy held in readiness at a mo
motiV notice.) Q'n..weil it was a ralee
fda rn) caused by Mr. Mftultsby bum
ing sonni papers in Mr. MilhcsonV
Our city fathers have added to tho
convenience of olVr town by placing in
(li? center of town a nico Douglass
pinup1 to accommodate tho passing us
'woll us resident public,
Mr. Lo ra i up?obcho, botlor known
down hero'ns ,'Dulch,,> wont to your
City vu yesterday to stuid examina
iuntion for thc vacant Oadoisbip for
this (J milty ut tho Citid?). Well
?'Dutch'1-is a lino, noble, intelligent
vdung mun, and bo would no doubt
bu ail hoiiur to thy ubi uuvlOu county
oV Marlboro should bc bo ibo eucee^s
Trade ?8,not flourishing, yet it is
right good. Our farmers aro moro
for payin? off their indebtediieaa at
present. Plenty of cotton made in
this 'section and lulor trade bids fab
Early risers this morning bad tho
plea?uro of witnessing a fisticuff bjij>
tween two Afrieuus of pure blood. It
was b taino, afiair as neither Uta wed
jbe red fluid from llio olbor.
Tho Baptist Pnrsonngo now in
oonrpo of erection id a nico two story
building with nu "cir' to it-will bc
ready" for Bro. laurel to occupy in
aboijjt 0 wcok?. It is ti fino bouao andi
an improvement to our lowe.
\,?Np'n?wB about politics. Our towns?
hjnhj takes his defeat in a philosophie
wit y und ono'ol' the successful ondV was
in tho other day, but is too laud and
gentlemanly, to gloat ovor bia 6ticce88,
:Al|,)iavo about decided to (juit ?ruin
b^ing and 'ftfcj?.j)t-.w.bat tho .pe?plo of
the t?tulo n,ehda us,. No .ip o re now
' wvi'?.. .?>- '9 O'.1 's '
Mutters ut Hebron.
j Tho principal mrtttor boforo tho
Hobron publie at present; is tho
oroction bf a now ?obool building.
Tho candidates havo diaporaod, Mr.11?
Piehott ha? gono, Tillman hns been | j
nominated, some of tho widowers
liavo gotten married and Mr. Dunk
Covington has established, n slate
pencil otnporium, whore gentlemen
and loafers eau sit on goods boxeB <
nd vontilato tho now school boneo, t
ovon-boforo tho Bille aro in placo; ?
A lbw days ugo about liftecn ?
Iobronitos met arid did thomaolvcB
credit by starting a handsomo sub
scription for a new house. Tho
pooplo 3Com to eomc extent at least,
to huvo roali./.ed that thoy aro far
behind in .thia respect hnd. bavo
dono almost irropamblo injustice
by going to sleep. Wo say "'injus
tice lecauso tho hoiiso now occu
pied is not at all suited for tho
purpose ; being too small, not well
arranged and not nflording sivfli
cient protection during cold woath
or. Prospects aro now quito ttat
toning for better things in tho f'u
uro and wo hope in tho futuro and
wo hope in a lew moro weeks to
bo ablo tb report a commodious
bouao with a flourishing school.
Any outside help will bo gratefully
received by anyone of tho follow
ing building connnittco-J. T
Covington, W. H. Manning, D. P.
McQungo, E. W. Bini th, J no. Bar
ron ti no, H. IC. Covington and J
iSickncua has pl aye:! out and
ovpryono scorns in good hoalth and
high ' spirits. "
Cotton is hoing gathorod rapidly
botwoon showors and ?old aa soon
aa separated from tho acod. :
, All the widowers aro ,110t married
yet but it ia thought a minority of
thom will got oil'soon.
Sept. IC, 1800.
- At tho Clio Drug Storo you will find
all kinds of Dinga and Medicines either
on hand or coming to hand, or will ho
ordered on command, nt Dr, Hamcr'a old
Bland, kept l>y h. Wood.
Bucklen'a Arnica Salve.
? Tho heat Balvo in tho world for outs,
Bruises, Boroa, uloors, salt xhoum, (over
bores, tottor, ohappod hands, chilblains and
oorns ank all skin oruptions, and poidtlvoly |
ourca pilos, or no pay roqulrod. It in guar.
an toed to gtvo porf oot Batisf actio?, or mon
oy rofundod. Prioo 25 oouts por box. For
salo at Jonnluga" X*harmaoy.
~-.... ???. ?-j-.
Tho prediction mado kat Juno
that; Tillman would not bo nomina-r
led waa net mado by , Hicks, but
lho8? who did nro now agreeably
THE STATE CONVENTION.
Tho Stalo Democratic nominating
)u vent ion hold in Columbia Inst week
id its work O. K. Tho report cf tho
?rn mit too on credentials deioyed tho
urk of tho convention until 10 80
I i.V.il VOM.IJ- Illili., II1IVU ?"?Vj
r an nil night job which histed until
40 ou Thursday-inorniug when tho
mvention adjourned'. Wo rogrot we
re only nbjo to'give tho St?t.o. ticket
ul tho platform adopted. ?Iou. W.
. Talhort provided;
Governor-B. tt. TILLMAN, of
i. G?UY, Of Abbeville.
Soc?y. o f Btu te-J.E. TI N D AL, of
Attfy. General-Y. J. PO PK, of
State Troasuror-W. C. T. BATES,
Comptroller Gonorot-W. II. EL*
EUBK, of Mnriou.
Adjutant and Inspoclor Gonornl
[UGH L. KAHLEY, of Spui tan
Supt. of Education-W. D, MAY
lELD, of Greenville.
I TUE X'LATFOHM.
First. Tho Democratic party of
uuth Carolina, in Convention asaem
led,' hereby rea iii rms tho platform
ii I principles of the National ?and
late Democrat io party, particularly
voring tho free and unlimited coin?
je of Silver, tho increase of the cur
mcy and tho repeal of the internal
Wo dcnouuoo the McKinley tariff
ill as unjust to tho producers of raw
laterinl aud the consumers of tho
Duutry ; and especially do we con
emu the unnecessary and burdensome
icrcnse iu the tax ou cotton tics and
n commodities so largoly used by the
ooror portion of our people. Tho
asorigo of this bill by Congress will
ncourage trusts, combiner and mo?
opolics, evils which havo so long op?
rcsscd tho people.
We denounce tho Lodgo loree bill
s iniquitous, emanating from minds
vhoso notorious purpose is to estab?
Uli ibo supremacy of ignorance over
iittdligoneq in' tho 'Southou?" States,
hereby engohdc>idg race antagonism
nd secdipnnl animosity.
Wo condonin g' y notion ot Speaker
iced and his foinxivera as' tyrannical'1
nd a flagrant degradation of a posi
ion intonded only for tho true patriot
,nd j statesman.
Second. Wo demand tho enaot
nont of laws that will remove tho bur
lens of tho people, relieve the exit ting
igrieuhural depression and do full
md ample justico to the farmers and
aborers ol our oouutry.
Third. Wo domand tho abolition
>f national banks, and that legal ten
1er treasury uotes bo issued ia suth
sieht volume to do tho business of the
jountr'y on a onsh system, and tim:
di mbnoy issued by tin Government
bail bo legal tender in payment ol
ill dobts, both publie and private.
Fourth. Wo demand that Congress
mss such laws as shall effectually prc
..ont the dealing in futures of all ag
ricultural pioductions, prescribing
mob stringent methods of procedure
in trinls ns shall .secure prompt con
y lot |pn.
Fifth. We domand that Congror-s
dial I provide for tho taxation of iu
moines of individuals and the. surplus
uf corporations, thereby equalizing the
burdons, upon tho poorer ?lusses.
Sixth. We demand that our State
Legislature shall abolish the board ol
agricultural ; that tho privilege tax
on fertilizers and everything upper
tinning to agriculture, or mechanics
or industrial education, including' the
agricultural stations, bo placed in
charges of tho trusteos of the Clemson
Agricultural Collcgo, and upon said
trustees shall devolve all duties now
performed by tho present board of ag
lieu 1 ti?re, oxcept tho control Of the
State phosphate interests.
Seven iii. Wo demand that tho
South Caroliua Collcgo at Columbia
shall bo liberally-supported ns tho
classical and Jitornry .department of
tho South Carolina University. \
Eighth. Wo domand that tho
school districts in the various counties
of the Stuto shall bo ns nearly as prac
ticnblo square, and of au area ; sufi!
cient to allow ono white and ono col
ored froo school separate and distinct
in each district in euch district, and
that tho sohool trust?es:be ol??tcd by
Ninth. Wo demand rigid economy
in public expenditures, tho abolition
of useless offices, reduction of salarios
and fees of all ollloore, Stnto and conn
ty, to conform to tho increased pur
chasing power of money-and the do
crensod ability .of tho people to
taxes. That publio ofll?ers be paid
in proportion to their labor and re
Tenth. Wo demand that tho rail
road commission shall bo given oil
nowor needed to protect tho rights a
interests of tho people, within iniu
tho.railroads,anil that the coihinicsion
ors bo cloded by tho people.
Eleventh. Wc demand that th
shall bo a survey of the Stated pbos
phato beds, and their closslflca
into thrco grades, and that a commis
sion composed of tho Governor, Comp
trollov Gonoral and Attorney Conor
iall control nod direct tho mining
ider rigid rulos, oach river or plies-1
l?ate d??triot being loosed ?fc public
lotion for a torm of threo years, nftoc
io commission lias fixed a minimum
>yalty according to tho value os
inwii by tho survey.
Twolf.'h. Wc demand that a con-?
itutional con von lion i bo Called to
ive us au organic law framed by our
,vn people Wo bolipvo tho preiont
>w a standing mounce to our* otyjli
ition and to our educational institu
ons, and that wo onnnet obtain any
rest rellof from our burdensome taxi,
i till this is done, and, wo havo lost
dth in tho power to amend tho proB*
it Constitution so that it will aoowor
io requirements. .
Thirteenth. Wo roly upon tho
JUBO of justice omi enlightened nulf
iterest of our folluwo?ttze?? to enforce
lieao demands, and .wo call upon and
ivito every citizen who has tho in
art'Bt of his State at heart to a*s|lt us
1 enforcing those needed roforms.
Vo cOndouih any atteint, '1either5 ?iy
io id, deed or hy unholy nllianco with
ho enemy to disrupt tho Democratic
arty of Litis State, ! Wbito suprema*
y is tho bulwark of our civilization
nd can only bc scoured by Democrat
Tho Comity Hobt?.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 9.-Tho Con
us bureau a few days ago issued
bulletin containing tho financial
ondition of tho Counties in South
karolina. Tho total doorcaso io.
obt during tho last ton years wa?
.158,681, pr l? per cont. Tho
/ounties having no boiiidod debt
re Ooonoo, Anderson,' Abbeville,
idgefiold, Aiken, Orangebnrg,
iow.borry, Fairflold, Lexington,
tiohland, Darlington. Creprgo
ow rt, Williamsburg ana Marlboro,
laying $1,000 and under $6,000,
iuniter, Barnwoll, Hampton,
)hestor?ield aud Mari?n $5,000
,nd under $10,000, ? Beaufort ;
;35, GOO and under $50,000, Hoiryy
rfork and, Pi?kens V $75,000 ,and
indpr $100,000, Lancaster ; $10?y'.
100 and tinder $250,000, Lamen?,
3hester, "..tJh'?on and Kershaw
!50,000 (and under $76,000,'?plle-;:
on und Ohui'lu?ton ; $250,OOQ,and
The Rev. Dr. R. H. Griffith, fi
laneinl agent of Furmnn Uhlvp&v.
iity. has received from tho A.m?r?
san; Baptist Educational Society a
jiieck tov. $3,(588,65, a part of t(ip
jifb of the Rockfouer fund, in tho
lian.dQ.pt" the Society, to Baptist'
educational institutions of tho
30iintry. Tho Educational Socie
ty gavo $7,5000 to tho endow
mont lund of Furmun University
out of tho RoCkfpUor futid oii con
dition that tho Baptists of thia
State wou^d raise $20,000 to tho
cmdowmont fund. Tho amount
has been subscribed by tho Bap*
tists of South Carolina, but some
thing Jess than $10,000 has been
paid. The remainder .pf tho $7,
500 will bo v sont when the full
amount of $20,000 has boen paid.
In order to get tho remainder,
however, tho Baptists wills h?vo
to raise tho full amount by Do
?ai. j. i '. - vsa vx-iz.:-!jj.-a*-?
A Pcvinauont Cure.
For ]r eat si was troubled with the most
malignant typo ot Ohronio Blood Trouble,
After trying VAIIOUS other remedios, with
out getting nay benefit, I was induced by
Joo Boholl, a barber, who has elnoe inoyjd
to St, Louis, and who waa cured by Swift'?
Spaolfio of o Oonstittonal Blood Trouble,
to tako S- S. S. A fow bottles cured mo
permanently. I also consider S, ' 8. H.
tbo boat tonio I ovor saw. While.taking it
ray weight inoreasod and ray health im
proved'in ovory way. J bavo reoemmond
od S/S\ S* to several frlonda,aud in every
caso thoy woro satktflo? ,with tho reunite,
8, A, W?i?nr, Midway,
A Bins* of Sorer**
. ' I ara so grateful for tho V*i>oflolat re
snits obtained from using 8. 8. 8* that}
I want to add ray testimony to that already,
published, for tho public good! I was a
mass ot sores before using, brit ara now
on ti roly eu rod.
O. McOAhTHV, St. Louis, Wo.
TrcntUo on IMoorTnnd Skin Llio*Be8 mallet
free. SWIPT.S SPECll'?O CO , AtianU Gi?
THE PULPIT Afc}I) THE STAGE,
Hov*. I?. M, Shroat, PoBtor United
Brethron Cliuroh, Bille Mound, Kan.,
says : "I fcol it my duly to toll what
wonders Pr. King's New DifCoVoiy hn?
dono for ino. My Lungs wore badly dis* '
onsod, and my parishioners thought I ;
could live only n few weeks.. I took five
bottles of Bj, King's Now Biscovoiry and
am sound and woll, gaioiug ?C lbs., in
Arthur Love, Managor I.ovo!s Pufiii/"
Polks Combination, writes : "After ft
thorough trial ?md convincing ovidoneo,
I nm oonAdoht Dr. King's Now Plcoov
ory for Consumption, Uat? ; 'om all,; mul
ourcs when everything else fails. Tbo
Sealcst kindness . I can do my many
OUsrind friends ts to urge thom to try
it. Froo trial boittes lit Jennings' Vha*-?
jjty?y; Itogular alisos /Joo? and $ 1,00,