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BEMOTSYiLLK 8, ?,
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Wodne?day, September 26,1895.
A No* 1 Imperial Bioyclo pneu
matic tires and a bargain ibv some
body. Apply at this oflieo. -,
Aro You Go I MK "
To thc Atlanta Exposition ? TC
Rp th? 'Victoria jlorol is (he place io
stop at, Head t lu* advertisement
in another column and eut it oui
lor reference when you get ready lo
/J:ho fair at Lumbcrton, N. C.,
opens October 141h for five days.
The colored fair at Sumter opens
Op tho 14th of October for live days.
Tho railroads* have promised ie
Going to Darlington.
Mr. John Barrentino, one of He
bron's best citizens, hus decided to
mOve to Darlington., We certainly
regret to lose tisis family from Marl
boro, but if OUr. los?. i?. tn. ''!o Jiin
giun ;$o subinit7
Four for tho Price of Ono.
Wc have made arrangements to
furnish tho patrons of Til io DIOMO
OOHAT the New York World three
lillies a week with Tino D.WMOCKAT
for the low price of $1.65. Just|
think of four papbrs every week for
this little sum. Can you alford to
let this pass ? Begin at once.
fining to M 1.-is Is;il p p .
Mr. Julius Mitchell, brother of I
Mr. John H. Mitchell, and who hos
been spending some time in Virginia,
spent several days in our town on
his way to a splendid position at I
Greenville, Mississippi. Julius is[
n hustler and will make things hum
wherever he goes. He left Tuesday
morning for the Exposition and
from (here will go direct to Iiis new
A Paying Crop.
MiS C. D. Quick, of Smithville,
has brought us a sample of his crop
of new syrup that is line. On
about an eight of an acre he made
44\ gallons and with but little fer
tilizer. At this rate every family
in tho county ought be encouraged
i? valso I i ?o? i" t>\\ h sVj'ujy. Afa?ijVi
sue doini;1 i' and ive hopo th T
\v.ir ewrv Kii'nu r w'' \i\v
New Crop f?yrup.
Mr. .?. l\. V ,\ er of 1 tohyoii.
pout I . n i,i ? ; ?l i .: som e choice
syrup n?a<i (V?m I ho !\.a Top seed
'. r.t tlutl iyi.ll i - Migare with any we
" li s Lores. Sam is an ex
I ; ii .?I with a new outfit is' pre
wvr? to make syrup for the public
at. living prices. The lied Top is
a favorite with some and with caro
in cultivation will yield 200 gallons
to the acre.
Letters addressed to tho follow
ing namod persons romain uncall
ed for at tho post?nico: Miss
Sallie Crosby, P. C. Gallagher,
Mrs. Dolla.Tohnson, Mrs. Maggie
A. Mooro, Mrs. Ella Munnerlyn,
Mr. Wm. McClariri, Jane McCul
lough, Miss Mary Overton, Mr,
Alford Pledger, Miss Mary Jane
Walsh, Miss Marrie Wright, Mr.
J. C. Warren.
A Cheap Trip.
Messrs. G. R. Welch, A. J. Mc
Kinnon and J. A. King will run a
first-class colored excursion from
Bcnncttsvillo to Wilmington on Sat
day, the 28th, for tho low price of
$1.35. At this price everybody can
alford to go and make this trip pay.
Train leaves here at 0 a. m., and
will leavo Wilmington in the even
ing at 7, The managers guarantee
a first-class and enjoyable trip, and
tho pr ico places it within the reach
of everybody. A special coach will
he attached for whites.
Kev. J. li. Traywick will preach
next Sunday ll a. ni. at Balah
church and at 3:30 p. m. at Clip!
Wo have been requested to ask
that every member of Ebenezer
churclr, Blenheim eircU'it, attend thc
.afternoon sor vices next Sui ajay ojL
3*30 o'clock, A. conference will be
held at the close of the service and
some very important businoHS that
will interest ?very member will bo
attended to. Let all interested ii,
the success of this church attend
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A SoMou? Aooldent.
On Saturday morning last while
pitying in tho third sfory pf tho gin
house, Master CbmOoy Eos/er, tho
youngest son of Mr. J. If; Breedim,
of Brccdcn's Siding, ran too near
tho outor door and fell onttfrnFoV'
innately foy him tho weighing rope
was i ???ging ?MW whlflh bo ?oi/?ij,
but being unable to hohj ?t hafl po
let go when his brother Willie, who
Was on tho ground saw him and rai)
.under him and catching him in his
Ovina partly broke tho fall, but not
snm?ient to provent a fall that
broke his right arm ut tho wrist, lt
was a mirado that mope bones
nw >w>* brokon?
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Miss Suo Ohafttn loft this morn
$g for Columbia Fon?alo Coligo.
8. W. G. Shipp, of tho, Flor
ence bar, 'is, in attendance upon
tl io court.
Miss Lula Stognor, of Society
Hill, is visiting her sistor. Mrs.
T\/1\. TT T> i?**??. i' ??!??-"
. m.. ..^i, j^, ,y > j i i i i i .?(-,> J, v/.. . .....i..
borton, N. C., spout so vor al day^
last wcok in town.
Miss Hattio Townsend, of Bich
heirn, is sponding tho w ^K with
tho Misses Dudloy.
MissBossioIrby, of Smithville
has boon spending a I'ovt days
with tho Misses Dudley.
Mr. Leopold Rtrauss. \vlio hi>s
boon spending .some limo ul Krui
?3|VHngS, lias i'et?ri??d h pi no,
. !,ss Blanche .loi QS> ol' <Y>lum
bia, wiro luis boon visitibg Mrs.
T. \V. Hott'chioi.',"r< unod Satur
Mr. Tom Anderem ;i . ul iVimily,
of Charleston, who have boon vis
iting his parontF in town toi'spine
time, have rptui in i hom?1.
Mr. J. P, Pearson, ol' Cordele,
Ga., spout soveral days in town
last week visiting his mother,
Mrs. Li/z/iio Pearson.
Miss Lillio Delgar, of Bumlor,
after a pleasant visit to friends
in and around Bonnottsvillo, re
turned home Tuesday morning.
Mr. J. T. Jennings, Jr., of
Charlotto, N. C., after spending
several days with his parents, re
turned to Charlotto Monday niahi
".. M.**. A? -i>.~ Woodie, of Lester,
left Monday night for Forman
University, Greenville, S. C. He
hopes to complete his course iicxt
Mr. W. T. Moore, who has boon
holding a position as salesman at
G. W. Waddi H's, has gi von it up
and gono to Georgia. Mr. John
Barrington has taken his place.
Messrs. W. D. Evans, ll. H.
Hodgos and T. I. Rogers, our
dolegates to the Constitutional
convention, came homo Friday
night and spent Saturday and
Sunday with their families. ; Thoy
returned Monday morning.
Kev. J. A. Williams was in
town last Thursday and reported
having closed a successful meet-'
near Brownsville church and one
in progress at Little Rock. He
now has with him Mrs. Moon,
the celebrated woman preacher.
Mr. W. H. Walden, for several
years a compositor in THE DEMO
CHAT office, but who has for a year
been living at Maxton, has re
turned to Bennettsvillo to spend
some time. His eyes having failed
him ho has had to give up type
setting for awhile.
MU ?HI mri in ? mi 111 MU im in ni 11
Mammoth Pe^r Crop.
Dr. J. T. Jennings has thc finest
and largest crop ol' pears over raised
in our county-over 300 bushels,
?abo 'ioma ol' thom &'(iijghiu# ?car '?'
pound*. Those v?ntinj? t;< xe?u.i.c
; "?nr ul tucSO cl,V>\?<U? pc.M's I' v pre
SCrVOS ??lO?ld ;;<M jj?Ol?? ?1 OIH??? Ile
ii? selling litchi .a Ibo ht\v price ul'
$1 por bushel.
A Short Rest. .
Three ol' our delegates to thc
[Cvans, Rogers and Hodges-spent
Saturday and Sunday last at home.
In an interview with Mr. Hogers
bc said to us that bc had nothing to
say as to thc criticisms of his course
in voting for a four dollar per diem,
only that bc did not say "that he
did not want four dollars" in his
remarks advocating that amount.
On thc contrary, he did want it and
believed that bc and each other del
egate ought to have that amount.
Tn justice, to our delegates who thus
voted it ought to be remembered
that four dollars is thc per diem of
thc members of thc Legislature, and
if a member of thc Legislature is
worth four dollars a day, a member
of the Constitutional convention
should bc. And again let us re
mark, it will bc a calamity to our
j country when thc pay of officials
j shall bc reduced to such a point
that none but tho rich can afford to
bold oflico, Wo do not believe our
people want this,
On Saturday night , three of thc
[county convicts-Duncan Terry,
Arch Terry and Sim Chamberlain
managed to escape from the house
I in which they aro kept near Blen
heim. They lifted a board in thc
IJoor and as thc house rested on thc
ground they dug a Minali hole and
were soon at libertyt Mr, S. P, Cnxo,
tho night guard, heard* the noise and
rushed to the back of ibo house in
time to shoot at one. They went
at once in thc direction of McColl,
where (hoy stole a horso and buggy
from Mr. Willis and from thcro
thoy went in thc direction of Laurel
Hill, w hervor thpy were seen and left
thc team in tho road. J)ijnoan
Terry is ono of the two who escapot}
in July and was only canght last
wcok now Salisbury ant] returned
i to the gaj)g on Thursday, Duncan
I is in for two years ant} hjs brotbpr
(Arch for one. Sim Chamberlain is
in for two years, livery elfort will be
j made to capture thom and if caught
they will carry a heavy ball next
( jam, Capt. Kinney is also making
every oflbpf. lo ?pt a pack of good
dogs and a couplo of Jircechjpadipg
shotguns for tho guards instead ??
rifles. A liberal reward is of?orct]
for their arrest
Buoklen'e Arriiga ?ftfv?r
Tho bent Salvo la tho world for onts
brulAOS, tiorosi, uloors, snit rheum, fovo:
! boros, tottor, ohappod hands, chilblains MK
I ooma and all skin eruptions, and positivo^
loaros pilos, or no pay roqulrod. It ls ff uar
an tc o d to glvo porfcot sattsfaotlcn, or mon
J oy rofmuled. Prlco i$ oouts por box, Poi
?salo at JonnthgV Phartnaoy,
'jbWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
j Kummer ended, lust Friday.
I - Full mooi^noxt Wednesday.
: Masonic mooting Friday
Whilo they aro having frost
ni) North, wo aroswoltoring with
' tho heat.
- Aftor a soa diet, to provont
boils and assist acclimation, uso
-- Mr. Christopher Odom has
a lot of lino milch cows for salo,
l?o say' ho can suit all in quality
- Ayor's Aguo Curo stimulates
the livor and neutralizes tho ma
larial poison in the blood. War
ranted to cure.
-> Tino DEMOCRAT returns
hearty thanks to those kind heart
ed frionds who havo callod and
smiled on tho editor.
Last Saturday was the be
ginning of our "big Saturdays"
which last during tho cotton sea
son. Our streets were crowded
until a late hour.
The attention of teachers is
called to tho notico of tho School
Commissioner in reference to the
semi-annual examination to take
place on tho 18th of October.
If tho caro of tho hair wore
made a part of a lady's education,
wo should not seo so many gray
heads, and tho use of Hall's Hair
Honewor would bo unnecessary.
- Supervisor W. F. Kinney
has moved the convicts from
Blenhoim lo the poor farm. Ho
carried out Monday afternoon tho
six sentonccd at this term of court.
Cotton pickers in some sec
tions say tho crop is very short,
and some aro regretting that
there will not be many moro vis
its to tho holds before tho crop
will be done.
- Attention is asked to tlie
advertisement of Mr. II. L. Stow
ard in this issue. Pie has opened
J a general repair shop for bug
I gies, wagons and carts and any
kind of wood and iron work.
Horseshoeing is a specialty. He
j solicits a call and fools sure he
I can givo satisfaction in pvory
Mr. Thomas J. Breedon4 had
tho misfortuno to got his easy
riding sulky badly broken up on
Thursday evening last in a runa
way near tho postoflico. Tho
horse took fright at something
and ran, against a treo and thou
down through tho lot to Darling
ton street and then for homo. Ho
broko up everything but the lap
On Tuesday, October Isl,
Bob Hunting's big Railroad
Shows, Circus, Museum and Me
nagore, will visit Bennottsville
.?nd c,prr?nd his CM >orm ou s tout on
M ario)i s t ree* The good sluyiib
. I;.?.'; o'' tin:-, show (trtjocVdeS ii,
j thuiu;/;h tli> e?lubins Ol' ?iiv o.'tf
i clisi?ig?s ami ii nins! bo one o'
tho y.or? best, c^ieus porioiiiutiico,--?
and altogether ono of the cleanest
shows now traveling.
- Mr. J. C. Hubbard, ono of
Hebron's progressive farmers,
was in our office one day last
week and said that ho had solved
tho problem of successful farm
ing. He stated that ho planted
eight acres of cotton very early
as an experiment, using on same
200 pounds of cotton seed meal
and 200 pounds of acid, and as a
result has already gathered eight
bales woighing oOO pounds each,
and ho says he thinks he will get
four moro. This is tho kind of
farming that pays. Lot others
follow his example.
- When tho Waterbury Watch
Company stopped manufacturing
their old stylo watch, tho Hood
gates of cheap Swiss factories
were opened, and poorly made,
very unreliable watches were
forced on the market in place of
tho very accurato Waterbury
which had but tho ono fault-its
long wind. Tho Waterbury Com
pany woro appealed to for some
thing goon and cheap in tho quick
wind series. Tho result is the
new "Trump" watch, which sells
at $2.50. Call on H. W. Carroll
and see this new watch,
All Froo. 4
Thoao who havo UBO<1 Dr. King's Now DIH
covcry know its value, nnd thoso who hov
not, havo now tho opportunity to try ItFico.
Call on tho advcrtiHod Druggist and get a
Trial Tlottlo Freo. Solid on your namo
und mid renn to II. E. Buoklon & Oo., Obl
ongo, rind get a snmplo box o? Dr. King's
Now Lifo Tills Froo, .io well a? a copy of
Outdo to IIon)th and Ifousohold Instructor,
Freo. AU of willoh tu guniantood to do yon
good and cost you nithlng, For salo nt
Douglas Jonningu1 Drug Store
A great big Circus without tm equal 1
That's tho expression of all who hitve'
.soon Hob Hunting's Circus, Museum
and Monagcrio. Thc very best Eques
trians, Gymnasts and Acrobats, both
malo and femalo, aro engaged with it,
and the old rcljabJe IJob himself, tho
monarch of all clowns is to dispense'
tho laughing mattot brimming ovor in
mensuro Thero will bo a grand street
parado nt IQ a. m., resplendent with
glittering npwnpss* anti crowded with
wonders from all paris of tho enrjji,
and 150 horses that havo no equal.
Elephants, Camels, open densof Lions,
Tigors, Hyenas and Leopards, filU tho1
Royal I'ngont. On Tuesday, October
1st on Marion slrcot.
A, M. Bulley, a well known citizen of
Eugono, preg?n, oayo 1I|B wifp hos for yooria
beon troubled with ohronio dinrrhoa and
used many remedien with littlo rollof until
?ho tried Ohnmborlain'o Collo, Obolota amt
Diotrhcco Bcmcjcly, whlojt h"8 purot) hor
"O""!} iipd W% 0-yo lt 0 trial Wi you
wbl bp surprised ab tho pyompb rollof lb
pfiords. 35 and 50 oent bottles for sato at
WHEN YOU NISEI) A NICE
If AT bo euro to oall ott V, A. Mo
Winlaton High Sohool
Tho examination for tho soli, >'l'
arslup in tho South Carolin?
?o-odiicatlom? Instituto at W
liston, S. C., was won by Mv
Gus McAllister, of Tatum. V: i',
McAllister was tho only npp'
cant, bat his answers woro ?
such a high order that ho won J
havo been at or near tho toi).>in
any crowd ol' boys of his ag
Marlboro will havo a worthy rai
rosontativo in Williston in 'Gi
Thoro will bo special service1
at Parnassus noxt Saturday ami
Sunday. Preaching at U o'cloei
both days, church conference o
Saturday and communion on Sui}
day. Wo should ho so gi act t
havo ovory ono of our mombor
thoro pr?sent each day. Other
cordially invited to como.
THOMAS G. HERBERT,
Blenheim, Sept. 24, 1805.
- > .>-.,
Mason's Grane? Fall Opening.
Mason's fall and winter milli
nory and dross goods oponing
will bo on Wednesday and Thurs
day of noxt week-October 2<i
and ftd. Tho ladies of tho town
and coiii) try .-should not fail to
call and seo our display in tho
latost novelties in millinery and
dross goods, otc. No cards.
Tho standard patterns al way I
on hand. ' P. H. Mason. I
Curo for Headache.
AH a romcdy for all forma of Headache
Eolcotric Hitters lia? provea to bo tho vory
best. It effeoln n permanent cure nnd tin
most dreaded habitual sick hcndauhCK
yield to ila inlliicnco. Wo uigo ?ll who
nro nllliotc? to procuro ft bottlo, nnd g'v<
this romody n fair trtnl. In casca of.habit
ual constipation Electric litttora cures bj
giving tho needed tono to tlio bowola, nn(i
??w ensoe long resist tho uso of this modi
oiiK. Try it oiico. Largo bottles only
500. nt Jennings' Pharmacy.
Whllo in Ohicngo, Mr. Charles I,. Kahler,
n prominent shoo merchant of Dos Moines,
Iowa bad quito P. serious time of it. He
took Buch a Hovero cold I hat he could hardly
talk or navigate, but tho prompt uso ol
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cured him
of Ids cold BO quiokly that others ut the
hotel who lind bad colds followed his ex
ampio and half n dozen porsonB ordorcd il
from tho nearest drug atore. Tboy wore
profuso in tboir thanks to Mr. Kantor for
telling thom how to euro a bad cold M<
quickly. For Bale at Jennings' Pharmacy.
Mammoth stock of Clothing at Row?
Mons' Clothing $2 50 to $12 50. A. J.
Bacon and Flour vory cheap nt A. J.
Just Anrrived n lot cf Fruit Jaro. O. \V.
A ford No, 7 Cooking Stove oui" $S. A
A completo Hilft of Pnnoy Otoeoiivifl at A
A I oj.ulifnl lino ? ! Skirl Wai .1, Silkg;(i!
R?wo Bro.". ~~
Boys' Knee runt Bulls only 75 cents nt
Genia' Furnishing Quods n f-pceiolty.
Seo our beautiful ?took of Piotureii,
R. ?fc G. Warner's nnd R & V. Corse t
nt R?wo Bros.
Carload Flour to bo sold at bottom price*
nt R?wo Bros.
Bicycles, Guns, Shells, Hunting Suppli k,
oto. R?wo Bros.
Tho nicest lino of Diets GOO-JB in town
nt A. J. Rowo'e.
Lnrgcfitsto'ok of Dross Gocds in Bo linet tn
villo at R?wo Bros.
Heiser, Douglns ?nd Porch's hand so? eu
Shoes. Rowe Bros
Never lenvo town without Booing my
steck of Goods, It is completo. A.
20 pounds of Granulated Sugar for $i.o )
6 pcundB of good Coffeo fjr $1.00 nt A.
TO H AVK YOUR
AT REASONABLE nbu'REs'i 1
Call at My Store
My Building is filled from
Floor to Ceilinii. Iroin Front to
CAREFULLY < BOUGHT
I HAVE SPECIAL i
BARGAINS IN SHOES ! 1 i
bought belorc the advance,
A FULL LINE OF
Dry doods, Hats, Notions. | O
t>??K|? ww???? wi I
Heavy Groceries j ?
Canned Goocls, Flour an?!
Bacon a specialty.
80?" Call and see me.
C. W, Wadditl.
September 1, 1895.
TO RENT !
Jf yop want nn Airy RSj: ftoon
Cottage" wi jib parn, ?Rnb}u& nnd (j mt ?jj
good ,C;ro]inrd with pnllivatcd ?hrubbcf<
and ono of tho host wo}ls ot wntpr Ju.town
bonlthy, high and dry, call on roo. PCASCH
plop ?lvpn o? obQlt aotloo,
T. IA OKOSLAN1),
BonnolUylllo, S, o
Soptombor 24, 189s.
A NICK LINE iW STAPLE \) \\ \
i V GOODS and NOTIONS at P. A. Mil
t\ftwv ii your chance to get
AT OUT PRICES
.OR THE mn THIRTY DAY
Commencing June 28th,
will sell all Spring and Summer
lothmg at greatly reduced prices
. or cash or good aooount,
I have some elegant styles and
Kood values left.
COME AT ONCE BEFORE
THEY ARE ALL GONE.
A LL (hat is newest in FALL AND WINTRH MILLINERY
j\ (rom Paris und someTTSfwy own dosign? will bc on view
(hal tl ay. Tho Groat Variety of New Shapes, Fancy Feathers,
Pillia, Jjibbcms, Chenille Braids, etc., help to make our
IJ Mi most Notable and Priceworthy ever exhibited hore.
fa'v" Ladies, I will bc glad to sec you all that day.
Mrs. L. LEGG.
Ho?)(.oml)or 17, 1805,
OAUl.QAD of PLOlIlt bought otnoc tho
doolbi 9 In wheat. CaU mo. BOO prlco.
0. fl. McOALIi.
Uoptetnbor 13, 1895-5C.
X^<^^'iTj?V^.S>?U^> ii?. Ci.
/fiSfflE& Ofllco in I) O. McColi'o nov
?JKn?SP Building, ?n-atftivfl, wost eld<
Onloo hpttfft froui O tt. t?*? to 0. p. m.
li fi \$
LINE - ft&LL - GOODS
AT ROWE BROTHERS.
UK Buyer having spent sovoial weeks hi tho Norther Mar
kols buying our stock of FALL G COWS at cash pnc?s/ W?';
now fool confident that wo con savo you n?ouo'y,
ur?ss uioociSy uress Cootia.
A most marvelous ?fi?i0^.li?i?nit bf clienp:'fii>il- med?tVln'''eVii(),^
in Black UIH\ Colored Dress Goods.
Brocndino in Beautiful Styles only ...........;.4-:... 1.'J cents.
Mqhitlr Brocades-Oyool Finish) only.w lOjj
Brocado Sateen (Best Quality) only.? 20
Outings, -Ginghams in endless variety
In this lino.wo.aro always hi the head. Wo have not spneo to
mention tho ninny bargains wo have in this department, BO call
and see thom.
Cents Furnishing Goods?
A great lino of Scarfs, Four-in-llaud and Windsor Tics, Silk
We sell thc B. & G . Warner's and R & V. Corsets.
THE LATEST STYLES IN FACE HATS.
, HOW ABOUT A FALL SUIT ?
Mona'Suits from. ROO to $15.00,
Youths' Suits from .......:::...:.."._..,. . ? ?.00 to 700
Boys' Knee PnufSuUs (5 to 14 years old) Only .j...,....-. 75 cents
Wo have a mammoth stock of shoes lo ba sold at old priccss
Womans' Dougola Button Shoes,. 75 conts. Worth $1 00
Mens' Loco or Gaitor Shoes.$1/25. Worth.1 b\r>
Childrens' Shoes at all prices.
WE SELL THE FOLLOWING CELEBRATED BRANDS OF SHOE :
lleirscr's iii all styles form ._$3;50 to $5.00
W. L Douglas' Long Lasting Shoes.2.50 to 4.00
Thc 10. P. Ucid Shoo for Indies has no equal.
Gun?, Bicycles, Shells, Hunting Outfits, etc.
A full stock of Stnplo aud Fancy Groceries always on hand.
Carload of Flour to bc sold at bottom prices. Pearmnut is tho
best Patent Flour to buy.
New Store At Strauss' Old Comer, lis Call's Brick Row.
Bcnnettsvillc, September IC, 1895.
Tho largest, finest Und best selected
Wall flaper, ?c.
liver offered in Marlboro County.
C6?T Whon you need anything hi my
lia? CALL AND SEE ME.
Hodges' Old Stand, East of Court House.
Bennettsville, S. C., March 13, 1895.^
TML X3 X> ICI KT 3E3 ?.
LAMPS, OILS AND PAINTS,
And Choioo Tobacco
! VIDAL'S OLD STAND
April 15, l&OO
W. J. STEWART,
Removed to his old Stand N. ?, corner
Court House Square.
When you wish nn easy shave, .
As good as barbor ovor gavo,
Just call on mo at my saloon,
At morning, ovo or noon j
I cut and dress tho hair with grace,
To suit tho contour of tho face,
My room is neat and towols clean,
Scissors sharp, and razors koon,
And every th ng I think you'll find,
To suit tho loco and please tho mind,
And oil my ort nnd skill oau do
If you just coil, I'll do for yon.
A Cornet that Ats feels comfortoblo, woora
wcli ond is graceful, la just about porfoo
tlon in corsets, ftuoh a cor ot ls tho Th?mp?
son Glovo-Atiing, Tho moro women know
about this corbet tho moro we BC)\, WO
havo them ot 75 conta, $? 00, $?.a$, $! $0
and $1.75 for tho best. Vor solo Only ob
Woplombor 4, 18^5.
C1UKENVITJ40, S. C,
Tho noxt Session willetton September
20YI8p5. Wrlto for circulars, catalogues
pr for information about Courses of In
structioii. Mew Hall, Hoarding, #C
Iiun'liyo about tho examination,-to ho.
hopi by School Conmvissionor, August jjtt
(or Scholarship worth $n>0.
c. ?mhYi I'ttttyoufo
Thc best Spring
' CALISAYA pit I
An olcgant lino of
A completo lino of
?lciuly Mixed Paints,
A complete linc of
Pocket Cutlery Razors and him Mn>
A completo linc of
February l'5th? I893i
THE TEM Y BEST,
Have .Been Reiiiiceito $100.00.
Want to sell my old wheel that I've
been riding cheap, so as to order sample
whe?l of 1895. Come and Seo nie.
Jan 30 '95-ly 't
TEST IL NEWTON,
JU&e Attorney at Law,
Bonncttsvillo, th (J.
Ofiico in tho Briok How North of tho
January 9, 1895.
fOWNSKND Sc HAMER,
Atlornoys at Law-, .
BSNNB?TSVI????K, S. C.
fp$* OfOoo over Rowe Iiio-i., lof? BUK
v<& 6 Attorney at Law,?. -
Bon notts vii lo, S. O'.
?^irO?loQ on D,a?lin/?ton St., wost of
tho ?Ourt House,
JL)f Attorneys at Law,
, Onice on public square, west et this
Keep Your Hrtt^ iu Tune.
Thoso having stringed .'instrumente
pt* te hind can have thom inned on
application to B. I). Townsend, nt'thV
store Uudof.tytoiW* Halb f?