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BY 8. A. BROWN & Co.
NIIDAY?- M?RQH e," is?i.
Entorcd nb tho Post Ofllco at Bonnette
ville, S. 0., ns second olaes nmttor.
Death of James B. Breedon.
Mr. J, B. Breedon, ono ol our oldest
nnd wost p rominent citizens, died at Ins
rosldouco near t9w.11 on Tuesday evening*
04 ioo^hw^in?ss was ol short duration.
will coot hw f was dono l?r him within hu?
Tho lfjto abilities, but nil tho skill of his
^^.ouUiug physician and tho kind alton
lions of relativos and friends weto of no
. avail. For scvorol months ho had bcou
complaining of fcoblcuoss^ nud was not
able to attend to his business vith bis
accustomed caro aud euergy. Tho loss
of his wife about n year ogo was n orush
ing blow lo him. With all his fortitude
mid usual philosophical resignation he
could not recover from it. His friends
hoped however that lime, the great bonier
ot ali human uinioiious, wouid eventually
rocon.iilo him to this sad boroavomout,
but in this tboy havo boen sorely disap^
Mr. Breedon was a nativo of Marlboro
county, and was born in Adnmsvillc, at
lite residonco on tho plantation of Capt,
P. h. Breedon. Ho was about 03 years
of ago. Ho married Miss Ayors, uud
always lived'afterwards at tho old homo
stead cf his wife's father, near Bonuotts
vill?. Ho had no children, but leaves
poyeial brothers und many uephows and
noices, to lament his death.
He was a remarkable man in many par?
tiulars. Without much mental training
in early life, he left tho old homestead
and started out to bo tho architect of his
j own forluncs, His suecos* in all his bu-?
i biuoss undertakings shows the oharactor
?oil'educated. , Ho had naturally strong
intelleoluul qualities, and those wcio im
proved and eultivnted in tho school of tho
world. Contnot willi othors, with his
keen and comprehensive observation and
good common sense, mudo him tho peer
of mon who had oojoyed all tho advam
tages of a collegiate course His jud/j'
ment of men und his intuitions in bust?
ness mailors, wcro a marvel at times to
his friends. Tho prominent characteris
tics of his business lifo wcro his indomit
able energy, hi* unwavering confidenco iu
self, his invincible determination (0 suo*
coed in ovorylhing, his loticonco, his iu
corruptible Intcgnly, nud nu abiding cou;
violion (hat honesty in all things was tho
best policy. To sworVo from tho truth
and right was regarded by him as uot
only unmanly but highly roprohoasiblo.
His heart was full of ibo milk of human
kindness, although his brutquo manner
nt limes led somo to thiuk dilforonlly.
His charily for his follow men was of ott
exemplary kind. Liberality was another
of hts characteristics. Ho was peculiar
in showing it, for ho boliovcd in tho bible
dootriuo, "not tp lot yow rir?ht baud j
-pc vrMV?n??H^buiv uWro?vcri;mVau.t<ncfM) t
of tue t/?n?uo??ribs of his kinduoss and j
liberality will always riso up and oall him,
ile was an ardent and fuithiui friend.
To l li oso who had his confidenco and
friendship, ho was always nftablo, picoa?
tint, confiding nnd ready at al) times to do
nny favor or kindess they asked. As a
husband, ho was ovor kind, gent?o, offco
donato and oonsidornlo. As u citizen, he
was patriotic, publio spirited' and outer'
Mr. Breedon was so thoroughly identi
fied with tho growth and .prosperity pf
Bcnnottsville, (hat his death loaves a
hiatus hero which cannot bo filled, For
thirty-five years ho was ono of it? lending
merchants and citizens, and to him and his
unfiting; energy in business and otherwise,
tho lown is indobled for its growth and
futuro possibilities. Tho County too
Hullers on irreparable loss. As ono of tho
largest planters in it for sovcral years, ho
has been an exemplar in agricultural
enterprise, and has couliibuted largely
lownrds giving Marlboro tho reputation
hbo enjoys to-day agriculturally, aud tho
unexampled prosperity enjoyed bv thia
class of her pnoplc. Tho death of Mr.
Breeden is, therefore, a severo blow and
. sad affliction to the entire County, and
all of our people feel the ' bereavement,
and aro ready to minglo thoir tears with
thoso of tho numerous rolalives and
friends of this pneo prominent and usoful
Tho funeral services were conducted at
Oak Ridge Cemetery on Wednesday
aftoinoon at 3 o'clock, and tho remains
laid lo rost by tho fido ofhisholovod wife.
PEN AND -SCISSORGKAPHS.
Oheraw ifl working for a Fire
Feaftilly cold weathor prevails
in tho Northwest.
Tho Sub-Treasury bill is to bo
considered this week.
North Carolina has establish od
a railroad commission to bo similar
to tho railroad commission in
Tho Arkansas Legislature has
passed a bill conferring tho right
of Buttbrngo on tho women of that
State. Wonder if it was dono tb;
encourage immigration ?
Tho vote of all the Sub-AlHan
ccs in tho State, on tho question
of transferring thoir stock in tho
State Allianco exchango to tho
Allianco Bank, must bo sont in
by March 13th. Tho matter is to
bo decided by stock voto instead of
a numorioal voto of tho sub-Al
liance, or members, boneo oach
county votes according to tho num.
bor of shares it holds.
Ita O?usQi'vattvo and 3PratovnalSpirltr-,,ln
tho Malu Domooratio."
[Sonator Gordon In Southern Cultivator;]?
Tho .principles of the farmers' Alli
ane? aro in tho main Democratic,
conservative and fraternal. Tho 6uc*
0088 of this -'-movement in tho West
moans tho 'restoration of fraternal
rolntions betwocn tho South and Wost,
and a oloser alliance of industrial
classes who aro especially and most
largely interested iii agricultural suc
cess and ind?pendonoe.
Tho wisest courso is for all tho
friends of financial reform to eo-pporate
for tho general rosult and Sgitot? utitil
tho whole country is aroused, and
then aftor this is achioved, to counsol
together and agroo upon tho pinnak
Tho Farmers' Alliunco was organ
ized for a great object, namely :
Equal rights to all, special privileges to
none, an abundant supply of curronov
under improved systoinB that shall
make that ourrenoy available to thc
producers and m?fscs at lees cost 01
intorest, and so managed that at thc
seasons of gathoring and makoting thc
great crops of tho country, tho suppl)
shall be increased in proportion to thc
inpressed demand created at thes<
seosons. Tho system needed i? oin
that shrill moko tho curroncy olnstio ir
ohoractor and ndc-ejiiate in volume a
nil Ran.Roos to meet the special exr
goncics of thoso seasons.
As tho Government bf the''Unitee
Staros aputaes tho sole prerogative o
-Atrntoi. itj?frarjna ey- rov ' nio "cou o try, 1
is bound by every consideration o
justioe, of good conscience and wis
policy to supply tho peoplo with al
tho ourronoy necessary for conduotinj
all business without involving tb
oouutry in these periodical sonsons o
financial stringency", and without in
fiicting suoh periods of depression ol
the productive energies of tho mnesos
I do not behove that Southern Alli
anco mon can bo led away from th
cardinal priuoiples of tho organization
I agroo fully with Col. L. L. Poll
in tho opinion that tho officers of th
Altianeo ought to bo iuoligiblo to hob
political oftlce, and freed from th
temptation to uso the organization fo
personal end sq long as they hold, pei
sitions of trust and iufluonoo in tli
brothcrho^bLj-!. Tho influence of ede
direoliotrof conservative counsels an
harmony inside tho organization, an
a vigorous and aggressive polio
against sootioual agitation nnd clas
legislation, which have proven so hurl
ful to ll)0 farming interestsi'in tho pas
The conservativo nnd fraternal stdr
of tho Ailianco can bo host subserve
by a ettict adheronco to tho cardin:
prin?ipl?s of tho organization,
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? . ' . -7-i-n-7-r
! ,Tho Farmers' Ailianco \var(
honso at Greenville, S. G., wt
burned Monday night.
Hov. J. 0. Furman, a note
divino died at Greenville, S. C
Tho Gheraw Canning Factoi
Company has about,decidot,! to di
pose of the outfit bought withoi
Careful 'estimates say tl
amount of hog fat displaced i
domestic economy. by cotton sec
oil is oqual annually to tho groa
of 3,000,000 swino. Hpnco tl
, Kev. Th os. IL Leitch has r
turned from his trip to Texas at
is now conducting a meeting .
Yorjt ville. Kev. J, "Walter Dani
of Ohestpr opened tho mooting lo
IN STOCK AND TO ARftlV
Furniture of all lqpds, sty
CH AIRS from ?Oo. to $10.00,
BUREAUS from $5.00 to $
BEDSTEADS from ?1.60
; ; CHAMBER SUITS in pop]
asho, oak arid walnut, from $20
^PARLOR SUITS of differ
If you need anything in t
lino examine my stock boforo p
GU \S\ WAIHHTJ
March 4th, 189L
If fi healthy publio sentiment will
frown down tho carrying of concealed
weapons, ami tho 6nmo. Bimtimcut will
oncourngo publio o?llom to arrest the
violators of tho law in this respect, and
the judges, solicitors and juries will do
their duty when they oro brought
boforo tho courts by punishing thom
to tho full extent of tho law, without
regard to standing or position in eooi
oty,j\ye infill bavo a stop,put to it, and
m?ij' who do not break tho law aro
safe" from being shot down by tboso
who make a praotico of carrying^oon
ceulcd weapons. ' \k
HAPPY HOOSLERS, y
Wm. Timmoo9, Postmaster oFtdavillo,
Ind., writes : "Eleotrio Bitters has dooo
moro for Ino than all other medicines
combined, for that bsd fcoliug arising
from Kidney und Liver trouble." John
L?slio, farmer nud stockman, of sumo
placo says : ''Find lOlcotrio Hitters to bo
tho best Kidney and Liver medicino,
mado mo fool Uko a now mnn " J. W.
Gardner, hardwaro merchant, samo town,
says : Electiio Bitters is just tho (bing
for aman who is nil ruo down and don t
oaro whether ho lives or dios ; ho found
new strength, good nppotito and felt just
liko ho had a now leaso on lifo? Only
?Oo. abottlo, at Jouniogs* PhartnaojK
Ono carload of D. S; $IDES
O nc cloud of Now Crop Now
Orleans Molasses in Barrels and
Half Barrels. !
Ono carload of Flour for aale.
BRISTOW' & EVERVTT.
LL PERSONS AAE H?RE3Y
^ notified not to plow in any Public
Hoad In said County, Anyone doing so
will be persecuted to the tull extent of
J. C. TOWNSEND.
March 3, 189I.- 2
tjfSO OVERSEER PUBLIC ROADS!
jt You are hereby notified to stake off
all roads in thc County, the distance
allowed by law, and in case anyone
shall plow in any Public Road in [said
County it will be your ditly to present
same to the Board of County Commis?
sioners. Any Overseer failing to do his
duty in this particular will be held
; J. C. TOWNSEND,
Co. Comm's M:40. ,
WAVING ACCEPTED a position
!JtK, with Messrs. A?. E. Rankin, & Co.,
ot Fayetteville, N C,, l am in a position
to give my friends BARGAINS 'n all
Soods kept in a FlrsbClass Wholesale
rocery House, I will guarantee satis
faction and no misrepresentation. Come
and see MU when ydu come to Fayette
ville, N. C., and il you cannot come,
send tao your order and learn how
cheap goods can bc bought.
Yours ready to serve, :
ii. T. jyjtAUGiioir.
February 25, 189I.
'O' ~BU Ji, J&Jiil a
THE. COUNTY CO M MISSIONERS
have this day decided not to allow
anything to paupers out sido the Poor
House. Application for admission to
poor, farm will bc considered at every
regular meeting ol said Boad to i wit :
Second Tuesday in every month.
RAIFORD GIKSON, ,
March 3, 1891.-2
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
J^jP that at the expiration of thirty .days
the undersigned will apply to the Clerk
ot the Court for Marlboro County for a
Charter ot Incorporation for the "Lodge
Association ot Tatum, S. C., in accor
dance with the Acts ot tho General
CHARLUS T. HAMER,
JOHN P. HAMER,
J. C, MCKENZIE,
' L. H. EASTEULING,
L. D. HAMES,
T. R, HAMER,
JOHN L. TATUM,
February 27, 1891.
O. h. HOKE, Manager.)
|H ?11N.0MAS a. Specially, Notiner
strain, can bc secured, ns the follovving
score of one pen will show : Male,
94i ; Female. 94}? 05, 05J ; 96, just
ur warded at Greenville, Have won brat
prizes this season wherever they were
erne re d .1 The Mlriorcasarc recorded as
tho finest egg producers, and combine
beauly und utility, I have also (inc
White Plymouth Rocks. Try a setting
of each and you will bo amply rewarded,
Egg? $3 00 por 15, $5,oo per 30,
XJ* XX ?KSXIjlUi?,
COLUMBIA, S. 0.
March 4, I891.
An 13yi<loiice of Weaklier^.
Every established local newspaper
receives subrcriptions from largocities
which piizzlo* tho publishdor, but
which tho New York Times explains
"A wholesalo merchant in tito city
who becnnio rich in tho business says
his rulo is that whenever ho "fella a
bill of goods on credit, ho immediately
subscribes for tho: local nowspapefS.of
his dobtor. So long ns tho ouBtonior
advertised vigorously, tho merchant
waa ? at?3fiod, but ns soon ns ho bogan
to contract his advertising space tho
fact was takon as evidence that thorp
was trouble ahead and tho creditor
invariably went for tho debtor. Tho
merchant said that tho mnn who ls
too poor to make his business knownj
is too poor to do business. Tho witta
d rn wal of nu fad' is ovidonco of.
weakness which wholesalo mon uto
not slow to act upon."
To tho Sunday School Workers
o?' Marlboro County,
Tho timo approaches for tho holding
of our Annual Conferonco, and'"wo
should begin to preparo for it. Trio
next Conference will bo hold at Pino
Grove in May.
Each school in entitled to two dele
gates who should be olected nt onco,
and their names forwarded to the
Secretary, at BennotisvUle, that ho
may furnish ' thom to tho Committee,
nt Pino Gr?vo toi.ivropresontcd, nnd
S ipetfintoudents of Sunday Schools
aro mombors of tho Convention, nnd
nvo expected to attond. . Lot each and
everyone begin to gather information,
and work and pray for tho success of
our noxt meoting. j
J. A. PORTER, President.
S. A. BROWN, Sooretnry.
Enoh Superintendent in tho County I
is earnestly requestod tb proparo nnd [
send to tho Secretary at once, a statis
tical report sotting forth the following:
1. No. of officers.
2. Malo Teachers.
3. Female Teachers.
4. Malo scholars under 1G,
5 Malo scholars ovor 10 years.
6t Fomalo scholars under 16 years]
and tho samo ovor 10.
7. No. of parents connootod with
tho sohool ns tenchors or otherwise. ;
8. Whether tho sohool is over-green
9. Methods of instruction.
10. Average attendance,
.^si ?nn o*nS International Leesons.
^iSf ll I' ':'~^'CT'^*^^?^*f^^<lken.
i I?KV.** ^butior* for school purposes.
1 :14. No. of pupils Connected ^yith tho
Church during tho past year.
NEW SCHOOL BOOKS.
A full lino of School Boolee just
rocoived and for salo.
BRISTOW & EVEK?/) ?
Afc LL PE^SONS?HAVINQCLAIMS
against the estate of John ?. "VVood
ley will present them at once, and those
indebted will please make tl payment
February io, I89I.
mi am MILK cows FOR SALS.
OFFER FOR SALE SEVERAL !
Full Blood Joreoy ff?ff?f?if Milk Cows.
Somo with young jj^U^L calvos, by
my Famous Registered Jersey Bull
Congaroo. All tho cow* and calvos aro
entitled to Registration in tho Now York
Jorecy Cati lo Club.
February 0, 1801t
Mtf? tl H R*9\|ff??nba(arn(iIktcurtntWI1a?of\vorVt
H H HI B_ W '?pWy ""A honorably, by thoio of
D li Bra H* ? either young or ol J. and In their
nil ll VI H ll owntocalllfc>,vrliaroTartlioy)lro. Any
^tf fl tl Uta ? one can do the work. Katy to learn.
Wa furnish srcrytliliig. V.'* timi rou. Ko ?lek. You can deroto
your aparo momotiti, or al) your flrtio to Ot? wotk. Thia ti an
entirely now/ l?4d,and bringa wonderful tucocia lo avery wei ker.
.?TA NTK D-THU CONSENT QP, 10,000
Vf ?mokorf, to sond ?dolt n ea m plo lot of 160
..Nioklo" Cigars and rt 20 year ?old filled
wntob by oxpre?? O. O. I)., $5.25 nnd allow
HAVANA OlO A ll Company, Wlnuton, N. ?.
I have per mnnently located at
Tatumn, S. O , and oiler my pro
fessional services to vicinity and
E. T. Barrontino, M. I).
Jan. 21. 'Ul. *.
. Attornoy at Law,
Bon nottBvi 1 lo, S. O?
B6?*Oflico on Darlington St., west of I
tho Oourt House,
Attoruoy ot Law,
And Trial Justico,
Bonnottsvillo, 8.. C.
Will practice In the Courts o? Ohes
terfiold and Marlboro Counties.
Thia rather strong-minded old lady is engaged in a vigorous" 'cliort to have
ihq Conductor bring Mr. H, T. Breedca's Bus to a standstill. \. For ar>y ?iicb
;ilbrpo$e? the umbrella is a most effective weapon : as a persuader, it lias great
influence with Conductors. , The old lady's anxiety is not at ail to be wondered
at.| As a matter of fact, she is in town' with thc design ol purchasing :
SHOES, DRESS GO?DS, GLOVES,' CLOTHING NECKWEAR, &c, ft<?
For the seven vigorous young men ?mi^b^vthf??^haildiA(X)i)e-,>vomen, who have the
pleasure of. calling her mother. .She distinctly Hold the'Cdrttludtor to let ber offas
J. ;.P. .CAMPUEU^S, and though she has not yet reached his establishment,sho'.lt;
afraid sherill he carried beyond .there... The Conductor, knows his . business ;
he never would. h4YC,carri?d ber beyond b?r.dcstinatroiVhbt^ quite
pardonable, for at no other house In tbwn could she purchase so:admirable in
quality and so low In price. Don't forget the place-McCall's Brick Building,
February 19, 1891; *? , . '
CARROIL'S JIW E L R Y SBBE.
- ... - . ^r~" ?
WE BEG to announce that with the increasing new year .we have replenished
our stock ih the many lines of goods which we handle, and Avlsl^tb say,
that we shall in'thc'future, as in th? past, handle only such goods hi our, Jinetas
come Irom welbk'txowrt manufacturers, and our customers can d?pend absolutely
ori getting the boVom.mavket price,*far thc class bf goods we furnish4 We do .
not handle t?Auction,,Goods" Qrr .VJob Lots," believing wc can .best serve the
Interest ot our fpairons, by offering only regular gb?cls made by the leading
Wo have recently bought a complete assortment of Gold and Silver Watches.
We handle the .most reliable, patterns ol Gold Filled American Lever Watches,
warranted tb wear for 15 abd 20 years. These watches, in Ladies Sizes,' sell at
prices from $15 to $30,00 ; ip Gents Sizes, at prices irom $20 to $50.00. These ...
are ALL reliable timepieces, and tho difference, in prices depends largely in the
grade ot movement that is fitted in 'thc case;
LADIES A???TS itl"l50I| WAT?
?Pf? We have a very fino as?qrtment. of these goods, which we are offering very .
cheap. W6 make ft a rule to ALWAYS give to. the customer ?xa?tly the GRADE
of watch he wants,' Our ifvt'efttioh' has" been to buHd upa large retail .wiatch .
business, and we know this can ^EVERhe done by tricky means, or misrepresen
tation ,o.f.vany,.kind, We have a new assortment of the justly celebrated
OPEN FACE SCREW DUST-PROOF WATCH ES
.'""" ' " ' ~ 7"' , ? ? ?S.?.tl: ??.-..C. j '
In Solid Silver, Nl?tde and.Gold Filled Oases. We'handle only the best grades
of movements in these cas?s, and fcel*confident that' they will give entire satis-*.<
faction. In addition ' tof these fine grade vyatches we havfc always on band a lull
sOpply ot cheaper watches, which will bejsoid as close as they can bo handled.
We arc detenmned not to'bb undersold;* so. it wit) bo to your interest to seo otfr
prices befpfebuyhjg. ,
: CLOCKS, JEWELB-Y, SILTEE-WABE'
Ir. these Jlnes our assortment is complete, and from thc smallest trinket to the
largest article ol unselulness, yob \yilj find within our Store, tit prices to suit youvv.
All goods guaranteed exactly as represented. We.make a specialty bf Plain Gold
and Diamond Rings, suitable for engagements, &e. Yob will find every con
ceivable pattern and Stylo of Jewel?rv represented in our Stock. It is Impossible
to displ?y every article, so it you don't sec what you want in these lines, ask for it.
OHINA-WARE IILBAMPS, , ^AWCY C?-OODS.
We make ? specialty of every known commodity that Can bc used as a present.
We are headquarters for presents of all klncis.* . Mt you " lail to find any small <
trinket at any other placent, bo sure to giye mc a call, I have a house filled with
I cordially invite j our inspection ot goods in this line, and fcc! confident our
extremely low prices willlNTEUKSTyou. Wc are making thc repairing dspartmeot
a leading feature ot cur business. ' > v. ,
Te those wli? have sd liberally patronized us during the past year, we wish
to express our hearty appreciation, and wo trust that your dealings with us have
been sb satisfactory that ive may havo'the pleasure of serving you duri nie the
coming year. Thc past year has beert a satisfactory and prosperous one for us,
and we shall go forwaid with every Incentive to serve pur patrons io our mutual
advantage. Come and sec us.
KM ?PEOTlMJLL Y, .
. . 'ape* .t7vfc?<^^-^^Oau*Xi?,. .
February 18, 189I. . . . .