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and WE PROPOSE TO SELL thcso Goods nt a price which will not only
tho aesistanco of our customers, and in futuro wo intond to Dovoto our
o, and customers calling for good? advertised will not bo answered with
few pricos on each lino of Goods wo handle
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In selecting these Gooda wo have
given our sp?cial attention :
Dress Goods 10 to GO cts. pr. yard,
Satoon, 20 cts., worth 25 eta,
Ginghams, 6 cts. worth G cts.
? G cts worth 1 cts.
u 8 els worth 9 cts.
? 9 cts worth 10 cts.
Calico, 5 to G cts per yard,
Bleached Homespun 5 to 10 cts.
White Homespun, f-yd wide 5 cts.
Checked Homespun, 5 ct? pr yard,
JEANS, 10 to GO cts. per yard,
Flannel Dress Goode,
And other Goods, ?hf t aro sure
to pleaso you, which wo have not
tho time to mention. Wo cordial
ly invito you to come and examine
our Stock for yourselves.
IO V? If HAY CONCERN i
1J. W. MoELWEE, roepcotfully cnll
. tho Attention of tho publie
to tho foot tl)AL I AM A PRAO
TIO AL MARBLE WORKMAN
cf many, years cxr.orIonce, nnd
Uko this method of saying to
thoso dinning work in my lino
th At they will positively find it to their in
terest to either writo or call on mo for
prices of TOMBSTONES, MONUMENTS,
clo,, he foro purchasing. I .'defy competi
tion 1 I WILL NOT BB UNDERSOLD.
I mean wlint I say. THY MK I
J. W. MoELWEE,
Feb. 25, '92-ly McCoLl*, S. 0.
railANKING our pntrons for their
1U1 libornl pntronngo last yenr. wo tuko
this method of informing ?hom that wc
will, at our old stnud, continuo to manu"
facturo mid repair
CARTS, WAGONS, BUGGIES, ETC.
nnd will do any work iu the Blacksmith
li 00. Horse. Shoeing a specially.
Wo hav'o a fino lot of seasoned timbor
on hand and aro prepared to build oarls
en short notico st low prices for cash.
Oivo usa call boforo you buy and savo
monoy. Now is a good time to bring in
your buggies and bavo them' painted.
Hoping to rccoivo your pntronngo tho
present year, wo nie, yours truly,
STANTON & WILLIAMSON,
Wheelwrights and Blacksmiths,
Jan. 6, 1890. Olio, 8. 0.
W, IL MANNING & RHO.,
- DKAMCltH IN -
ALSO 100,000 FEET OF
Sept. 8, 1892. Covington, S. 0.
This our most comploto lino and
if wo only lind tho apnco could givo
thousand's of prices :
Spool Thread, 2 for ? cents
Ball Thread 3 for 5 cents,
Silk "thread, 6 cts. worth IO,
Hand kerchiefs, 3 cts to *75 cte.
Ribbon, 5 to 40 cots por yard,
Silk Ties, 10 to 00 cents,
Kid Gloves, $1, worth $1.25,
Black Lace, 5 to 20 cent?,
Kelt Chair Searls, '10 to $2.00,
Folt Tablo Covers, 1.25 to 2.00,
Wo also have a full line of
Wool and Silk Braid,
Inserting and Embroidery,
Binding, Silk Floss,
Elastic, Bono Casing,
Belts, all stylos and prices,
Dress Shirts, something nico,
Undorwoar, of every description,
With many othor things wo know
you will want whon yon como
to seo them.
Sept G, 1802.
Medical ?ard !
f??UIE undersigned having located pcr?>
1 mancnily in Bcnnotlsvillc, returns
Ins thanks fur ii liberal patronage and
hopes by strict attention to business to
mont a continuation.
Besides SURGERY, OBSTETRICS
aud tho general practico of .Mcdioino, I
take plcusuro in announcing to all that 1
ha. o thoroughly equipped myself with
tho latest and most improved instruments
for special treatment of Tit ANSFUSION
in CASES of DANGEROUS H H M OR
AGE, all THROAT, NOSE and LUNG
CONSUMPTION specially TREAT
ED upon thc LATEST ond MOST
Parties in Bennettsville will be EX
AMINED nod TREATED for any of
thc abovo disensos at their own homos by
being requested lo so do. Thoso from a
distance at my residonco on Darlington
Street-tho lesidonco lormorly oaoupicd
by ?dr. Cnroy T, Ensterling in East Bcu>
Ch arpes for EXAMINATION and
H. R. EASTERtlNG, M. D.,
M. M?dico. Chi. Sooioty Philo.
January 1, '89
TO MY FRIENDS.
% DID NOT MOVE FAR OFF AND
J*, am in bettor shopo thou over for work
on WAGONS, BUGGIES and CARTS.
Also all kind of Blacksmith work done
at short notice
Having my Planing Mill in good run
ning order, cnn Dress Lumhor for houso
Buildors nt any time.
I have n large lot nf Dry Lumber for
making Carts and Wagons, andean fill
orders nt short notico.
Hoping to rocoivo your patronage nt
my uow stand,
I an. yours truly,
A. D. CONNER,
Hasty, N. C., Jan. 20, 1891.
Dr. T. W, Bouchier,
BENNETTS VILLE, So. OA.
/?^Oflico in D. ?). McColl's now
QCLt??y Building, Up-staiis, wost sido
O nico hours from 9 a, m., to 6 p. m.
WE hand lo only Men's Cheap
Suite, but when it comes to
Wo can astonish tho nativos.
Mens Suits 5.50 worth 7.00
" " 7.00 worth 9.00
" Pants, 50 to 3,50,
Boys Suits 75c, worth 1.00,
" " 1.00 worth 1.50.
" ? 1.25 worth 1.75,
" " 2.00 worth 2.50,
" ? 4.00 worth 5.00.
We could go on until wo would
worry your pntionco, but havo not
limo, und would bettor prefer to
havo you call and let us show tho
Goods and quoto you prices.
Wo can savo you money.
Sept 6, 1892. ' T
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P HT Itt E Bf BBHTCrS,
_Office (?gv . ? . '_f
Toilet and Fancy Articles,
Stationery and School Books,
Brushes, Paints and Oils
S??r* A full lino of tho abovo arlicio
always on hand.
Prescriptions Carefully Com
pounded Day and NiyhU
March 25th. lam).
McColl, S. C.
To My Friends and thc Public
HAVINO Bold my interest in
tho MoOoll Marblo Yard to
J. W. MoElwco, I toko pleasure
In saying I havo oponed the Mo
Ooll Marblo Works, whero I
shall continuo to oiFor for salo
anything noeded or desired in Monumental
or neat HeaOstono Work. Any ono in need
of work in this lino I especially invito to
correspond with mo or visit my placo of
biiBlnoBS ac MoOoll, fi. G., boforo placing
your ordern, feeling assured that I oan
mako it to your interest to do so.
If you should visit MoOoll with tho viow
of purchasing in thin lino, I nm located on
Front Stroot noxt door abovo Gibson &
Morrison's storo from depot.
Designs and Prices Readily Famished
on application, oithor by mail or in por
TJinnking my frlonds both whlto and
colored for pnet favors, I only ask n con
tinuation of tho samo in tho future'.
W, W. PATE.
Fobruary 25th, 1892,
We liave a Hat
for every MAM,
BOUT in Marlboro
BOYS HATS from 25 to 1.00
Mens Hats from 60 to 3.50,
Hat8 for Women in every stylo
ind r-hnpc you can think of.
Prices from 25 to $2.50.
Sept 0 1892.
j. T. D?U?AS;
^AND * CHEMICALS,^
PINB STATIONERY, ?
CLAMPS. OILS AND PAINTS,*'
And Choice Tobacco
VIDAL'S OLD STAND
April 15, 1 GOO
-IN THE- !
Seat * Manner
At Reasonable Prices.
Every description ol Wood or Iron
Vork executed promptly to order.
one at short notice and by a thorough
Having moved Into my new quarters,
ppositc Emanuel's stables, and lronling
fheraw and Darlington streets, I am
ow better prepared to meet the de*
lands ot my patrons, with additional
lachinery and more room. If you
/ant anything done give me a call.
Thanking thc public for past pat rou
ge, I respectfully solicit a continuance.
January 1st, 1890,
j y I take pleasure In
I announcing that
H. 11m vo ron tori and
oonenod tho LIVERY, anti Eli Kl) STAHLES
t cornor of Chor AW and Darlington StrootF,
> well known for room and ncoommod..tinns,
nd am propnrod to porvo tho pnhllo with good
tams. I pay special attention to drummers.
artlcB wanting teams' on Sunday must loavo
H'lr oidora on Saturday, ns tho Stnhlo ls not
pon on Sunday oxebpt for dollvcry nnd ro
)ptlon of teams. Eospootfnlly,
Hconottftvlllo, May lath, 1862.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
have tho Largest Stock of
<W SHOES in Bennottsviilo, and
wo make no exception.
Womens Laco or Button only 90c.
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vv ?m6u3 -milton l.zO worm i.uv
? " 1.60 worth 1.75
? ? 2.00 worth 2.50
? ? 3.00 worth 3.50
MEN Shoes, 1.00, worth 1.25
" " 1.25, worth 1.50
" ? 1.50, worth 1.75
" " 2.00, worth 2.50
" ? 3.00, worth 4.00
<; ? 4.00, worth 5.00
All styles and prices of Children^
Don't fail to oxamino our stock of
Mon and Women popular Hand
Sowed Shoes, as they havo no equal
for tho price.
When you call bo suro and ask
to ECO these Shoos.
Sopt 6, 1892.
IF YOU WANT TC
IAGAIN COME BEFORE THE PU
a candidato-uot for of;:o, however
find nie at tho samo old stand, hut you \
gios, Wagons, Bond Carts ?3d Harness at
nlongpido my Ilolliday stables, which nro nc
banu now, a good lot of lim* p mil
which I bought recently WI 111 Hill
nt ibo lowest prices; I IJJIJU UlliU
have bought them to foll, and lwill bo r
wonting such things. I have still ou hao(
TYSON & JONES BU
etc, all at the same old pi ico excopt tho I
Patronize Homo and I will GUi
I I keep constantly on hand Ia supply o
undressed, also n lot of Shingles, I can
Five hundred loads now on hand ready for
and Br. Jordan's placo, in (ho healthiost
25 NICE BUILDING LOI
moro people in our town to take advantage
in town you cnn get your clnldrcn eduoatod
member wbero I can bc found.
To you deaf friends, who owo mo a
faotory arrangements, you had bettor oomo
in tho hands of tho Mcroantilc Association
April KC, 1891.
R. fi 1?!
Illili COFFINS, CASK
(NBXT DOOK TO TEMPEHANC
I have three Hearses and can attend cal
by telegraph promptly filled.
When not in my Shop I can bo found a
near D, C. Whites.
WE havo certainly struck tho bot
tom in thia lino, aa our pricos will
Best FLOUR 4.50 worth 5,50
Good " 4.00 worth 4.50
COFFEE 16<b worth 20 conta
CHEESE 12JL worth 15 cents
Sardines 5 cents, worth 10,
Mackerel 10 cents, worth 15,
Salmon 12? couts worth 20,
1 lb Hoof 10 cents, worth 15,
Roast Beef, 10 cents, worth 16,
Mustard Sardines, 10 eta worth 15,
Deviled Ham, 10 cents, worth 12J,
Potted Ham 10 cents, worth 12J,
Lunch Tongue only 30 cents,
3 lb Tomatoes, only 10 ote.
Tapioca, Ten, Cocoa mit,
Pickles and Jollies,
Corn Starch, something nice,
Chow Chow, &c, &c.
Sept 6, 1892.
) SAVE MONEY !
BLT.U ANNOUNCING- MYSELF,AS
but for buifriioss. You cnn still ?^?-^
viii And my lloraos Mulos, BUR- sP?a
my now stables recently built OlUrTU
)W run liy Mr. J. H. Blnuton. I hove on
IKR HORNS AND MULES,
;lad tosco and mnko prieos with any ono
1 a full Ripply ol' tho CELEBRATED
11H?1 hoth open end top. Also, tho
[IV II AY DOCK & DAVIS BugRics,
UvU. IJOIti open uud top, Rund Curls,
lond CnrU, which tire cheaper.
f IiUMBBR, bol h drosso/? nnd
furnish W O O D ut nn hour'J notice,
merket. Situated botweon my icsidonco
portion of East Bennettsvhlo, I offer
pn FOR SALE. I he.vo thom so I
St can sell them ; so como nnd look at
' U thom nnd got pricos. Wo need
> of our "elegant school hero. By living
freo; so como and buy somo lots. Ro*
little balance, nod havo not made eatisu
?nd seo mo before you find yourselves
nnd Farmers' Allinnoe.
AND DEALER IN
ia nAi.i,, nitro? STRICKT,)
7LLE, S. C.
ls to any part ot thc country. Order
A my rc'sldcnco in West llcnncttsvUlc,