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"Do thou Groat Liberty Inspiro our Souls and inako our livos in thy ^session happy, or our Doaths Glorious in thy Just,Pofonoe."
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' BENNETTSVILLE, S, a, NOVEMBER 7, 1890. ^>?V
Af rives- Northoni mull via Gcoonsborc,
N. 0., arrivoa daily ut G 45 p m
Leaves- Dally, nt 8 30 o'olook, a. ta.
. Arrives-BlcQhoiin, Ked Hilt and Drake
nrrivca daily a? 12 o'clock,
//caves-Daily at 0 o olook a. ip*
Leaven-Bonuottsvillo to Lauiinburg via
Pourson, Brightsvillo, Adams
villo and Nowtonvillo, Monday,
Wcdriosduy aud Friday, at 7.30.
Arrives-Tuesday, Thursday aud Satqr
duy at 3.30.
Bonnottsvillo posb-oflioo opons at 7
o'clook, a m., .niiii olosos ?t !) j) m.
All maila opened uud distributed upou
atSf* Monoy Order business olosos on Sat
urdays, at 12 o'ot?OK, ui.
T. L. CROSLAND, P. M,
Capo Fear and. Y?dWn V?llov ft. R.
Condensad Schedule, August 4,1890>
Train AW?.? Daily'Eccept. Sunday
LnaVo Wilmington, ti 00 A M
Arrlvo Foyottovilto, 12 25 <1? M
Loavo Pnyottovlllo, 12 50
Lcavo Sanford; 2 22
Atrlvo .Greensboro, 6 00
?.oavu Greensboro, 6 10
YvV?Leave Wkli'?utCovo, 0 32
Arrive Alt. Airy, ? 26
'JYain No- 3., Daily Except Sunday
Loavo Ii or. net ts villa. 8 30 A M
Arrlvo Maxton, ' 9 -10
Loavo Maxton, 9 60
Arrlvo Fayetteville, ll 45
laain No. 16., Daily Except Sunday
Lo? vo Rninsour, 6 60 A M
Antro Qrcontfboro, 9 25
Leave Greensboro, 10 00
Ar? Ivo ModUon, 12 10 P AI
?rain.No'. 2., Daily Except Sunday
Loavo Mt Airy, 6 00 AM
Arrlvo Greensboro, 9 20
Leavo flrcousboro, 9 60
Leave Snnford, 12 10 P M
Arrlvo Fayottovlllo, 1 60
Leave Fayoltovlllo, 2 15
Arrlvo Wilmington, 6 45
Irain No. 4., Daily Except Sunday
Leave Fayottovlllo. 3 30 P M
Arrlvo Maxton, 6 20
Loavo Maxton, 5 30
Arrlvo Bennottsvlito, 0 <15
irain No. IC, Daily Except Sunday.
Leavo Mn dis on, 1 00 P M
Arrlvo Greensboro, 3 00
Ltavo Urconsboro, 3 20
Arrlvo llanaour, , 6 16
W. E KY h ti,
Gen. Pass Agont.
- yr- wv?v
/Atlantic Coast Line.
North Eastern K. R. of 0.
TltAINB OOINO SOUTH.
Dntod April 20th, 1S90.
.". Ki M gu tren
\ r Charleston
Train on O. Sc D. H. lt. coimco'.s at Floronoe
with No. 23 Train.
TUAINfl OOINO MOUTH.
A. M. I
* Daily.. f Daily except Sunday.
No. 52 run through to Columbia vin |
Control lt. Ii. of S. C.
Nos. 78 and 14 run solid to Wil
mington, N. C., m liking ?IOHO connection
with W. & W. It. It. for ali pointe north.
J. It. KENLY, JNO. F. DIVINE,
Ass't Gon'i Manager, Gon'l Supt.
T M. EMERSON, Oon'l Pas?. Agb;
WADES BORO', N. C., SPECIAL.
..j.; '\ DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY,
ftorth bound. South bound.
Charloston 4.00 p. ra. Wndosboro' 0.00 n. m.
Lano's 6.11 p. ni; Olio raw 7.30 a, tn.
Floronoe 8.10 p. m. Floronco 9.00 a. m.
Oheraw 9.43 p. ra. Lano's 10.37 a. ra.
JVadosboro* 11.00 p. m. Charloston 12.30 p.in
Cars run through botwoon Charloston and
Wndosboro'. Tho KO trahi s m uko oloue oonneo
tion at Wudosboro' with East and West bound
Pa?songer traine over tho Carolina Coutru)
T. M. EMERSON, Gen. Pass. A?t.
TpiiN F. DIVIHK, Gen. Hupt
againt ?re, lightning,
cyclones and wind
For iurther particulars apply to
H. J?, JOHNSON, Agent,
Bennettsvillc, S. C.
March 3?st, 1890.
Dr. T. W. ^Bouchier;
BENNETTS YILLE, So. OA.
Oftico in D. D. McColl's new
Building, Up-fttfttrs, wost side
lico hours from 0 a. ra,, to 0 p. ni,
NORTH MARLBORO CIRCUIT 'APP01HTMEHIS FOR 1890.
Hov. J, L. Hay, J>. 0.
First Sunday. \
Ebenezer 11 a. UL, Sbilo 3.30 p. m.
Oak GI-OYQ ll a. m.", Now Hopo 3.30
p. in. .'. '
Sbilo HQ. un, Ebeucsor 3.30 p. m.
Now Hopo ll n, m.? Oak Grovo 3 30
Pleasant Hill ll a. m., on Saturday bo
foro tho second Sunday and ll a: m.,
5th Sunday. .
URIGHT3YILIE CIRCUIT APPOIHTMEHTS FOR 1890.
UKV. O. M. BOYD, P. 0.
Hetbol 1st and 3d Sunday ll a. m.
Antioch 1st and 3rd Sunday 3 p. ni.
Hoykin 2nd and 4th Sunday lia.m.
iireedcu's Chapel 2d and lib 3 p. m.
APPOIHTMEHTS FOR BENNEITSVIllE CIRCUIT.
11BV. W. II. KIRTON, 1\ 0,
Beabty Spot, 2nd and 4th Sunday ll a. m.
Smyrna, 2nd and 4th Sunday 3 p. m.
Piuo Grove, 3rd and 1st Sunday ll a, m.
McOoll, 3rd and 1st Sunday 3 p. m.
APPOIHTMEHTS FOR BLENHEIM CIRCUIT,
. . ItKV. J. A. roiiTF.n p. O.
Hanron 1ft and 3rd Suudav at 11 a m.
Ebeneser 1st and 3rd Sunday at 3 p. m.
Parnassus 2nd and 4th Suuday at 11 a. m.
Zion 2nd and 4th Sunday at 3 p. tu.
MKTilonisr-Hov. J; W. Danhd,Pastor
Sunday School 4.80 p. m. Proachlng at
11.00 a. m., and 8.00 p. ni. Pruyor-meet
lng Wednesday afternoon at 4" o'clock.
Supt. S. 8., E. S. Uarlislo.
BAPTIST-Ucv. lt. N. Pratt Pastor
Preaching il, a. m., 8.00 p. m. Sunday
School ovory Sunday morning at 0.30
Prayer mooting Thursday evonlng, at 4.00
o'clock. Supt. S. S., O. B. Jordan;
rnicsuYTicniAN-Rev. W. B. Corbett
pastor. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 8.30
/P. m. Sunday School at 0.30 A. M. Pray
er-mooting on Tuesday afternoon at 4.00
o'clock. Supt, S. S.,T. E. Dudley.
M A Illili OHO onAPTJDH No, 30, H. A. M.
Meets at Clio on Friday, on or after
each full moon, av 3 o'clock in the alter
noon. J, C. D?NBAR,
M. E. H. P.
J. E. McLliOD, Secretary.
EUREKA LODGE, NO. 43, A. F. M., ADAMSVltlE, .
Convenes onoh Saturday afternoon boforo
I tho full moon, at 1 o'olook.
!.. it. KXSTRni.mo, \Y. M,"/.
W? J. Adonis, Bocrot'ary,
AURORA LODGE, HO. 33, A. F. M. CLIO,
Moots Saturday on or aftoe oaoh full moot,
at 3 o'olook, p. in.
JOHN MANNING, W. M.
IS. T. COYINOYOK, Secret ?ry.
MARLBORO LODGE HO. 88, BEKHETTSVIUE,
Convones oaoh Friday ovoning on or before
tho full moon at 8 o'olook.
0. 8. MCCALL, W. If,
T. I. Itogors, Soorotnry.
BRUHS LODGE, HO. 18, A- fi M. PARNASSUS,
Moots Ratuiday on or boforo oaoh full moon
at 3 o'olook, p. in.
\V, B. A i.von r?, W, M.
O. B. Hogers, Socrotnry.
|TIIOS. E. DUDLEY. HOPE II; NEWTON.
k TJ DLEY & NEWTON,
Attornoys and Counselors at Law,
BENNETTSVILLE, S. C.
Will practico in tho Courts of tho
Fourth Cirouit and in thc United Statos
Courts. [Feb. 14. '8C
TOWNSEND & McLAURIN,
Attornoys at Luw,
BuNNETfSVII.IiE, S. C.
Office ovor J. F. Evoielt's Store
TOWNSEND & MOLAUUIN & POLLOCK.
Attornoys at Law,
Chorow. S. C.
ATIOHNEV AT LAW,
Bonnottsvillo, S. C.
KNOX LIVINGSTON. EDWARD M'IVEII
LIVINGSTON & MoIVEH,
Attornoys at Law,
Chorav, - - So. Ca.
m W. TOUCHIER, /
Jt ? Altornoy ut Law, ?
Bonnottsvillo, St O'.
JSQrOffico on Darlington St., west of |
tho Court IIouso.
Kf? I. ROGERS,
J$> ? At tor noy at Law,
Bonnottsvillo, S. C .
J86TOffico in tho Court Houso-fr?nt
room on tho rigb't.
O G. W. SIIPPP,
O? Attorney at Law,
Choraw, S. C.
Will practice tn the Courts of Ches*
tcrfield and Marlboro Counties.
Attorney ut Law and Trial Justice,
Bonnottsvillo, S. C;
Prompt ollculion givon to tho collec
tion of chit m H. Agricultural Lie. tm foro
Jt 0 COMMISSIONER OF AFFIDAVITS
For thc Stato of North Caiolina,
?^Cnli on bim at Bcnnottsvillo, S. C.
ll B Ll G
OUR BUSINESS IS IN0R1SI! If!
Jg aro now just getting in good working oi^|j>VtjpOK
, OUT ! Only a lew days and you will se&Bargaius
deserving Ibo name. ? \ .
Wo knew that our coming to Bennettsvillo woulqj>"^? old
fogy coi?pe.?iiuii howl, but had no idea it would.jvft\$t-lue?i ??
8oon. Such competition is our BREAD and BUTlffP. We
can uso it as an advertisement.
We are too busy to quote prices, but hero are a ft]
of sample. We drop down at RANDOM,
w, by way
??V . '
it), 5 cent?.
GOOD PRINTS at 6 1-2 cents. STANDAR
SIMPSON and other best brands only G ccntsfr
GOO yards Plaid Homespun, round thread, ? j?ents, and |
fresh from the mills,
2200 yards Stylish G?NGr??AMS at 6 censs^tnoy sell
everywhere at 8 and 10 cents, worth 20 ce??s.
Another 60 of those famous Counterpanes af il.00.
. . . '. ? ul I
IN ILIUCM.-NV? succeeded in getting a second stock
of SHOES at old prices. Wo will therefore hold prices down
while this stock lasts.
SEE OUR vSECOND STOCK OF NEW CLOTHING.
ALL BARGAINS, fresh and new and selling like ?hot cakes.'
Every day we aro adding
to our Stock, You eau always dopend on gettifeffom us
?RESH GOODS at the very LOWEST LIVIMG PM?M? . ?
IN THE MCOALL'B?ILDIKG.
BEIN ilTTSVILIilS, S. 0.
Octooor 8th, 1890.
Graduate course?. Umicr-gradunlo oour?c6
for (logr?os-3 literary nnd rt ?ciontifio. Also
shorter ami olootivo ocursos. Profession ul
cou THO s ia Law, lMiurmnoy, Votorlnnr^ Solonco
and Pclngoiclot!. 0 well equipped laboratorios;
'1 sliops nnd model rooms; now infirmary.
Tuition foo, $40 por session; Other fees, $20
(including infirmary foo, covorlng medical at
tend mini?, mod io i ne?, otc.). Tablo bonni, $10
to $12,50 por month. Rooms rent froo. Total
expenses, including fuel, lights, wnshii??,
books, cto., about $180.
Tuition foo remitted to students certifying
their inability to pay for it.
Session opens first Tuesday in October,
Entrunco examination.- hold tho preceding
woek. J. M. McDRYDE, President.
Aug. 1, J8?0-2m.
Due West Female College.
?ffflfo. BEFORE DECIDING AS TO
a^yj^fega Rohool for your daughter, ox
amino oloBoly iuto tho merits of
<zg?3r tho Duo Wost Fomalo Oollcgo.
Established in tho year i860, it has steadf?
ly grown in efllolonoy and iufluoucn, Eu?
rolled i 82 pupils tho past year. Expe
rienced nod pvogro?dlvo toaohors in ovory
departtnont. Location honlthful. Board
ing dcipartmont guaranteed 8ati6factory.
boud for oataloguo.
Mus. Ii. M, BONNER, Principal.
IL E. BONNER, A. M., Vico-Prinoip?d.
Duo Wost, Ahbovtllo Co., t?. 0,
July 15th, 1890.
W. J. STEWART,
Whoo you wish an easy shavo,
As good us barber over gave,
Just call on mo at my saloon,
At mot ni ti tr, cvo or noon;
I out and dress tho bair with grace,
To suit tho oonlour ot' tho taco.
My room is nont and towols olean, !
Scissors sharp and razors keon.
And everything I think you'll find
To suit tho fuco und pienso ibo in ind
And all my art and skill eau do 1
If you just call, I'll do for. you.
In your SPUING CLEANING* dlslnfoot
your promises and provont Fevor.
Glilorldo Limo, .. . . 1 and 5 lb. boxen.
Carbolic Aoidj ... 35 oonts a pint.
J. F. EVERETT,
WHOLESALE-:- DE ALICK -:- IN
Oall and loam prices.
Feb. 8, 1890.
Medical Card !
THE undersigned having located per?,
nianoutly in Bonnottsvillo, returns
his thauks for a liberal patrohago qui!
hopos by strict attention to busiuoss to
merit a continuation.
Besides SURGERY, OBSTETRICS
?nd tho general praotioo of Moditfmo, I
take ploasuro in nnnounoing to all that I
havo thoroughly equipped myself with
tho latest and most improved inst rn monis
for special treatmont of TRANSFUSION
in OASES of DANGEROUS IIEMOlt
AGE, all THROAT, NOSE and LUNG
CONSUMPTION spooially TREAT*
ED upon tho LATEST and MOST
PROMISING TIIEREPUTICS. .
Partios in Bcnnottsville will bo EX
AM1NED and TREATED for any of
tho above disoas9S nt their own homos by
being requested to so do. Thoso I rom n
distaueo ni my rosiderioo! on Darlington
Stioot--tho josidonco formerly o sou pict)
by Mr. Caroy T, Eastarling in East Bou?
Calls in Doy loft nt Broodon & W?lls'
J)rug Storo will bo promptly attended to.
At night at my rosulonco.
: diaries for EXAMINATION and
H. R. EASTERLING, M. D" ,
M. Medico. Chi. Socioty Philo.
Jauuary 1, '89
.. Jonuings' Torry Syrup tho best
romody for Dysontory, for salo at Jen
REV. SAM JONES.
Pointed . I'Jxti'ncts fVusu III?
Strength of Character.
The highest typo of American man
hood sud womanhood I ever saw was
iu a plain country homo whore indus?
irious p?renla wero roaring noble in
dustrious cbildrou ; kind and helpful
to caoh other,., freo from everything
tulse or tickle, and each night and
morning on their knoes, around the
family ultur, committing themselves
Guard well tho association of your
children. Nobler associations make
nobler men and women, I don't)
know what a mother ojm bo thinking
of who fixes her daughters up fur the;
ball and theatre. I want tosco tho]
limo when our children aro SO royal
in life that when a- dudo or dudoino
moots thom on thestroet they will just
tall down nud dio. Some old grny
haired women, with fuded dresses and
calico bonnets, aro worth moro to God
in one day than ono of these dudines
is in a thousand years.
Kulbing in the universo couuts no
much at* manhood. Manhood is situ
ply woll dovolope? character, and
must bo built according to tho Divine
pattern, ?nd out of Divino matorial.
Build on the right side, pluoo God
above gold, manhood above mammon,
und. character above ejiatlles. Hall
tho old folks itt tho world, aro aftor thc
dollar; and li alf tho ybiYiig ful ks nfW
a good tin??, I don't know which is
tho biggest fool. Tho old folks don't
kuow that be- who is content is richest
and hnpj iesl, and tho young folks
never.learn that soli-deuial is. tho basis
of Btrengtb and character. They be
hove in tho old Irnich reu tu philosophy,
"cat, drink and bo morry." Thc
difference bu tween Agnosticism and
Modern Materialism, and tho Epicu
reaus is, one had dyspepsia in the
stomach, tho other in tho head.
"Let your moderation, bo known to
Environment has all to do with a
man. You've got tho b:teis and the j
material, but tho patterns aro scarce
Wo mensuro oursolves by ourselves.
Most of you aro satisfied to bo likt
tho man's watch that lost an. hour in i
thc morning and gained an hour in i
(ho eaveuing, and upon tho whole was i
a fair average I I have mot a grand f
mab nod realized his height above var, ;
a'i'?d .'a-grand womau tl?at made mo
..ihn n If. f-b.d ? hot my mn'hor.ntid wile
wc rfc) Women. It's worth u trip to th?
on jj of tho wo rbi to meet and talk to j ?
such a one. I've met ono of tho lit-11
tlo fellows, too, that a fly could light
on his nose and claw him in ono eye h
and kick him in t..e other, ar 1 I said | <
it* that's a man I want to bo something
Asi-oc'.ntion in th?9 lifo determines1
largely what you ure. lluiso your
nighters to bo truo womon, worth,
ii ir weight in gold, and tho right j
iel I ow will find thom; you won't have
to teach them to dance, play eardaand
drink wino to push them into society
to marry them oil. I left the hall?
room und went twenty-five miles into
tho country to get a prayer-mcjting
l>r. It. IA. Abernethy on Rev.
Dr, II. TJ. Aboruethy is quoted ns
saying of Kev. Sam Jones' recent visit
to this city:
During his labors in Wilmington,
Sam .TOUCH shook tho city Uko an
carthqnako, from c?ntrete circumfor
once, Ile ran a buzz saw through tho
centro of the Capo Fear Club; be
scorched and burned tho ninety fia
loons in tho city till tho Mayor did
not have a caso of violation of the laws I
to adjust. He attacked tho done of]
infamy in tho place till their inmates
poured into tho meoting, wcaping and
crying for morey liko chastised cbil
drou. Ho peeled all tho ludo from
infidel ic dudes and dudeincs till the ir
ilcsb wns ns nude as a pooled orange ;
and ho blowed up atheism with tho
dynamite of gospel truth and logic,
lill tho fragmentary particles filled
tho air thick as thistle downs upon a
summer evening's brcczo.
Cotton Seed UM Food.
Says Professor Gulloy, of tho Tcxaa
experimental station: "Our choapcftt
concentrated fTd is cotton seod. For
making beef or butter two bushols are
equivalent to ouo bushol ot corn. It
injures tho quality of but tor,, making
it wh i to anti hard; but if fed with
ensilage or oom and bran tho butter
is nicoly colored, and customors do
not objcot to it, especially if the
chango from grass to cotton seed is|
mndo gradually. I havo supervised
tho feeding of thousands of bushols of
cotton seed to cattlo of all ages, and
havo nevor "noticed any serious injury,
to tho animal from this foeding, lu
some places in tho Soulh.co\V9 got no
rough feed except cotton seed hulls
from the oils mills. They aro worth
pmiud for pound tho santo as modium
hay when fed with grain or cotton
- Landroth's Fresh Gardon
Socd, all vari?tlos, for salo at Jennings'
.n i-?mmmpmffm ..?>?m-fm??innniii
TUB VAUTEV WAYS.
IN evory youug lifo thoro comos a
tim? when it-must choose botweon
tho right way and, tho wrong, betwoon
aol f-conquest and sol f-surrOnder. Tho
pathway has been moro or. les
shielded until now; tho youth bas
been led onward, hedged in by family
habits, neighborhood ouvironmeuts-;
tho School and tho Church. Within
these limitations tho character has
oxpanded ns best it might It mny
bo dw'nrfcd, ornmped, stunted, or cu?
riohed and unfolded ; still its inherent
characteristics cannot bc wholy pruned
or cultivated. Under nil conditions
the native bent romains.
Ono day, however, tho son or tho
daughter leaves homo .or assumes
within it that independent position
which makes tho end of pupilage.
The natural nnwo.rR blossom nmj send
Dut twigs this way and that. Then
ind thoro only, mnv bo known what
iro tho qualities of its lifo foroes and
tho onorgy whioh pushes thom into
In how many cares aro pnronts,
friends and neighbors bitterly diaap
pointcdjin tho career of tho young
mah or woman of exceptionally flue
powers, and what is gonerally kuown
its good culturo 1 They aro evanescent;
They fritter away lifo scarcely cog
nizant of its real meaning and iniport,
Ho drags away tho yours in a petty
clerkship, or speculates and secures n
living in ail soris of shady ways. Bbc
lawdles about homo in a nerveless,
solf-iiidulgontmnnuor, until marriage
gives to tho world ono moro slat
ternly, unaspiring, weak wifo nnO
mothor. Yot both stnrtod'in theil
cnrorrs under tho best nuspeoies.'
What is tho 3ecrot of these fail
ii rcs ?
Simply becauso parents failed lt
mensuro their, responsibilities. Tbej
had no real estimate of lifo. Consc
3equontly their children aro roared it
those habite which enorvnto every
thing which gives strength, energy
Mid self-mnstery ; noble possjbilitio
aro nipped in tho bud. Thal life
blood which should illow through tin
veins with power and vigor, dwindle
in a puny, drivling stream. If the;
liecomo fathers and mothois, it is to i
Wenk, truckling off spring.
The strugglo of that parental lov
is unguided by wisdom. No otho
affection iu man's bosom is as strotij
as that for his child, yet, strango t
jay, ho takes moro into account th
pleasure of him or her, than tim
which.is puro ami good. Forgottin
hbo . wondrous ..atY(l ~ftWdV>vor o
Mimortnlity,v ho ardently d?'s?roinftn
sons and daughters :n?ay hnvo a "gooi
Limo" now. Never mind what is ben
for tho adult, let "my Eon" and "m
laugh tor" have their lill of- to day
jvonescent ploasurts. "Hie futur
ivill tuite caro of itsolf, I wish the*
to havo a bettor timo than I had r
their ago. I had to work, to oboj
when I was young. I had to arise b<
times and attend to certain duties
my children shall hove their cae
Time enough for duties when tin
And so the pendulum swings fro
the other extremo of puritanical r
pression. Induigonco is tho on
wa* 'h-word, pleasure the only aim.
. this would cease to bo stran
wcro 't confined to atheists or ev
agnostics. Wero thoro no future li
ouo might bo condoned in trying
mnko tho most of this, dion;
it is unrensonnblo to suppr
that *'the most" consists in oven
high order of auimul indulgen*
Wore this earth all that we can km
of the conditions bi oxistenco, lot
at Ienst know tho host and tho highe
mid thosocoincident with'solf-rdstrah
Tho cleanest brain, tho soundest bot
aro necessary for tho purest enji
But lot us rovoroutly. givo than
for tho samo-tho glory of lifoctorn
forever and over unfolding in hr
wisdom and worship, is within r
grasp. Shall wo not start our cl
dren in such a manner that thoy v
bo fully qualified to outer on tl
pathwoy ? And is that a path
That is rather a pathway of cruo
under tho somblanco of ease. No 1
of asceticism is herein eulcated,
self-denial for its own sake. But i
largo, noble, aspiring way, lot
teach tho littlo ones, whom God
lont us, that lifo involves wondr
and beautiful possibilities. Mny
show thom that to attain tho higl
and best within our power it is I
necessary to have solf.control, fcolf
oiplino, self orovoronco. Tlmtgonor
self*oblivion whioh merges tho it
vidual and local in tho general i
univorsni eau bo instilled in
homo circlo as it can bo nowhoro (
And in so doing wo construct tho c
safeguard against temptations, ino
ing th?t which lends lo intompora
W. W. BRUO
Wofford College, Oot. 27, 1890
Bucklen'o Arnica Salvo.
Tho bout Bolvo In tho world for
sruiaoB, coron, uloers, snit rhoum,
boros, totter, ohappod hands, ohilblaith
oo nm nnk all skin oruptions, and posit
ouros pilos, or no pay required. It is (
autoed to givo porfoot satisfaction, or
oy rofundod. Prloo 4$ couts por box,
ealo at Jonnlngo' Pharmaoy.
Gibson ^tatton ?tem?.
Editor Democrat: " ??.
Aa Ave hav? aeon nothing from
this section in sometime, wo will
try to ? giyo you. tho scattering
nows, (which, is yory'scattering
The far mors tiro busy gather
ing their crops, and sorno say that
they will bp bettor than-was ex
pected-tho corri crop will not ho
Tho Parsonage for Brightsvillo
Circuit has hoon completed and it
is a very neat building. It seems
as though they ainj on lotting
their Miniatur board at homo noxb
Tho oil mill being well aupp?iod
with seed has been running uuy
and night. Thero has been some t
now improvements, and* tho mill
is making rapid hoad-wa^.
Mr. Josh Parker has just co ra
pio ted ? dining-room and poarch
for Mr. W'.llio Adams.
Tho Y. M. C. A. is rapidly in-, -
creaking in number and interest.
A hall ia hoing erected for thom.
Professor Wyohe's school ia in
'a flourishing condition now. lt
numbora about sixty-five, and now
ones nro coming in overy day.
Well Mr. EdiioVj ? \vUl close ns
I know you aro tired of such say
ings. Moro anon.
Gibson Bunion, N. 0., Oot. 21, '1890.
<GHbson station High School.
For thc Month of October 1890.
Ginx.3-At.nio Adams, Cnrrio Odom,
Josophioo Odom, Luoy Horgtovo, Lana
Smith, Loki Gibson, Virginia Camelon,
. BOYS-ltniford Gibson, W. Z. Gibson;
Malloy Gibson, Willie Glbuon, Melvin
Llvlngstono, Monroo Liviugfltouo, Ralph/
Morrison, Duncan Maxwell, Johnnie Lyon,
Ernest Pipkin, Pleas Wright W. . D.
P. P. WYOHB,
Tribute of Respect.
Wbreas it bas -pleased Abe Supreme
Architect ot the, Univerie in thc kind .
dispens?t jon. of -Jlis^ Providence,, to H^'-A
"move". Irom ^v>jo?gVt,.;uo; ^oui^~'irWc?0 '
esteemed and respected broher, OWEN
JACKSON, who was a good and \vor% r
thy brother of our Order, and one who
.took an advanced part in all mattery
pertaining to the good ot the1* Order of
Masonry, and was a good and pious
member of the M. E. Church South and
stood-as one most respected citizen,
therefore, be it resolved,
ist, That in thu death ol brother
Owen Jackson, wc recognize thc hand
of God, and bow in humble submission
to His command.
2d, That in the death ot brother
Owen Jackson, thc Lodge has lost one
its brightest jewels,, thc Church one of
its best membeis, thc State a good and
3d, That a#blank page in our minute
book bo inscribed to hts memory, 'and
that the Lodge be draped in mourning
and the brethren wear the usual badge for
thirty days, and that a copy ot this pre?,
amble and resolutions be sent to thc
family ot our deceased brother, and that
they be published in the County papers.
J. A- CALHOUN,
T. N, EDENS,
. J. M. Woom.KV,
Thc Secvct. of Success.
Tho young moil who "get on" in
this world, and renoh tho ago of four
score years, with happiness and proa
?ority, thero is littlo tos bo said. But
will rofer them to a study of my o wn
rules ol' notion f*
Briefly 1 would say-bo honest 5 do
not ?pond as much ho you make; don't
smoko or drink? dopond upon your
own personal oxortions, and do not
lonvo important affairs to a third poi?; ;
son ; don't havo too many irons in tho
fire ; do not got nbovo your own busi-,
noss, aud abovo all bo systematic.
AdvertifiO your business on all possi
ble occasions, but attend to it, too,
and seo that your claims nnd promises
rando to tho publio aro fulfilled It
docs not pay to havft a singlo oustoinor
go awn y dieaatisfied. Nor duos it pay
to take monoy for services, for which
you do not rondor an equivalent.
Tho boot working years of a man's
lifo aro usually between . 20 and GO ;
but much work is possible long after
tho th reo scoro year mark has boon
passed. I can say for myself thut
cvory moment of my timo is put to
somo definito pinposo, and though I
havo numberless calls aud demands E
enjoy n roasonablo reoroati?p bach day.
Both work and rost, and joy also,
.hould mako up the sum of a busy
lifo.--P. T. Barnum in Ladies' Homo
w W JRIEDNS Y
ITTIHOSE farmers who want my Cotton
Stalk Cutters delivered this' .inter
must give mc their orders for tlu \n>?
In witting by thc fust J?or?dny in Nov
ember, or send thom to m? by mall.
Verbal messages arc not safe and aro
Oct 23, ?K90. W. M, BR?EDJiN