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BENNETTSYILLB, S. O,
MY ?. A. ?UOW5 &CO.
O?lce West of Court House.
Wednesday, February 10, 1897.
A Bier Shipment.
There has been shipped from Ben
netts villo sinco tho 15th of August,
1896, to tho 31st of January 1897,
12,050 halos of cotton.
Walt for Bargains.
Fuller Brothers & Bristow will
have a carload of fine mules hero
Saturday night at prices ranging
from #50 to $1.25. They can bo
bought on timo with good security.
A Master Miller.
Mr. Joseph H. David has a new
and experienced miller at his mill
nud is now prepared to give you tho
best meal, flour or rice. Give him
All aro invited to attend tho tour
nament at Clio Friday, February
12th at 2 p. ni. There is a prize
of $40, and those who ride will for
ward their name to tho committee,
J. L. Medlin and J. D. Woodley.
Ghiof marshal H. C. Herring.
Peo Dee Commission House.
This now company with Messrs.
D. M. D. McLeod and Willis Tur
lington as managers has opucd up
in the Coxe building for the purpose
of supplying tho farmers with gro
ceries, etc., at low prices. They
also make a speoialty of oranges and
magio food ibr cattle.
Registration of Town Voters.
Tho attention of all resident voters
in the town of bennetts vii lc is called
to tho notice of the Supervisor in
another column. You cannot vote
in tho next town election without a
certif?cate. The books are now open
and the Supervisor can bo found in
the Probate Judge's office in the
court house. Don't delay u day.
Register at once.
A Never Falling Sign. j
An ever true barometer by wliich
to judge the business methods of
any firm is tho way the public re
sponds to its advertisements. "Ads"
bring trade to those that deserve it
to stores that do ns they promise
.-^-stores that are tried again and
again and found not wanting. All
..oo'h; mr jojiwrah teed here as r?pre-i
Hunted cn- back goos your money.
Mo Timo panted.
We waste rio time in ?nele?.. ]>)-.?" -,
hut strike thc ii?ii ?aid down il LJOC?.
Tho way to sell goods'quickly is to
make the prices irresistible. Our
annual clearing sale means that we
aro closing out all of our surplus
stock of overcoats and suits at prices
that you can't afford to ignore if
you are interested in the goods.
We don't carry goods from season to
season. Simon Strauss.
Our County Magistrates.
Our Representatives are certainly
in a "strait betwixt two" iii the
matter of choosing the Magistrates
for the several townships, as in
nearly all there aro two candidates,
good clever, popular gentlemen, and
in Brightsville two brothers, which
deepens the dilemma of a ehoice.
The Representatives will no doubt
meot this week and settle the matter
by drawing straws, which is tho only
safo way out.
Given Himself Up.
Rainoy Lamb, colored, who, it will
be remembered, killed Jeff Towns
send, colored, on Christmas eve of
1895, near Mr. James F. David's
north of town and made his escape,
: came in yesterday morning and gave
himself up to Sheriff Green and
confessed to tho killing of Town
send. Lamb has been wandering
about in different, states since tho
deed was done, and said he would
not have left, but was persuaded to
do so. Ho claims that the killing
was justifiable. He is now in
jail and will have a hearing nt tho
next term of court.
A SRO" Calamity.
Thc sad news was received here
last week of thc burning of the resi
dence of Mr. W. J. Newby at Nash
ville, N. C., together with nearly
everything in it-saving only a lit
tle bedding, two bedsteads and an
extra suit for four of thc older chil
dren. It was almost a total destruc
tion of everything and left tho family
in a sad and lamentable condition
stripped of homo and its comforts.
What an appeal to tho sympathies
of their friends in Marlboro is con
tained in thia sad news. Testimo
nials of friendship are now in order
and can bo left with II. W. Carroll
or P. A. Hodges.
Several years ago I obtained tho re
cipe for making tho "N. T. Drake's"
Magic Linimont, which I havo prepar
ed at tho Drug store from tho very
best di uga, and keep it on hand for
salo with tho original directions by N.
T. Drake. Thoro is no uso iu your
paying 25 couts for 1? ounces when
you can get 2 ounces for tho RU mc and
mad? of the purest drugs eold in your
own drugstore io Bennettsville by ap
plying to NOAH ODOM, or at tho storo
of C. ?. McCall.
Something new !? Corteo 25o. Ar?
buckleboo at E, M Rowe's.
jp? xa iv ea O 3M .
Mrs. Barney Wallace is lying
Hon. J. N. Drake, of Hod Hill,
-was in town Monday. i
Mrs. T. M. Webster, woregrot
to leam, is quito sick,
Mrs. Bertie Ohildross has boen
very sick with grippe.
Mr. C. P. Hodges, of Browns
ville, spent Sunday in town.
Miss Norine Hudson spent last
week with friends in Marion.
Mr. D. 0. White, who has been
down with grippe, is out again.
Mr. Eddie Everett, of McColl,
spent Sunday in Bonne tts ville.
Mr. F. M. Easterling has been
quito sick with grippe for several
Mr. W. E. Caldwell and wife,
of Gibson Station, spent Sunday ,
Mr. L. E. Gaston left Monday
morning for a trip North on
Mr. Hugh L. McColl will leave i
in a short time for a trip to Mex- ?
ico to soo the country.
Miss Belle Jennings, who has .
been spending some time in Pay- i
ottoville, has returned.
Mr. McD. Morrison, of Red
Bluff, was in town Friday aud j
niado us a pleasant call.
Mr. J, F. David has recovered
from the grippe said resumed his
Saturday af tornoon sales.
Miss Carrie Easterling, who
has been teaching at Lynchburg,
Sumter county, is now at home,
Misses Alina Smith and Annie
Swett, of Smithville, spent two
days in our midst last week visit
Mrs. J. W, Quick, who has
been spending a few days with
relatives in Smithville, has re
Our young friend Percy Wal
lace left last week for Macon,
Ga., to enter the Georgia-Ala
bama Business College.
Mr. Carl Crosland, who has
been taking a course at the Bry
ant and Stratton College, has re
turned homo with grippe.
Messrs. John McFeiver, Gus
Young and Wiley Rhodes came
over from Darlington on Satur
day night and spent Sunday with
Master Montgomery Robinson,
in company with Dr. J. H. Reese,
arrived in Tatum February 3, and
will remain with his parents for
Mr. J. C. Fletcher, of Adams
yilie was in town yesterday, ex
hibiting Iiis popular plows-suit
ed to all kinds of work and easily
adjusted to any si?:o man or boy
Air. T. 1 Rogers^ ono >>)! pul;
(iarnosji K'.'pro.-K'.nliilivoi-', c.aino
Koine Frida/ oi&l?t, l?a?yiiig spenj
a WIM?V in bed I rum a ii?ve.?t? CftSO
of grippe. Ho iva& able ip rotatrri
tu v.(iii*(libia Mi MI'.Uiy
Miss H, 1'. Weir, teacher pi the
primary department of the Grad
ed School, who has been quite
sick with grippo, has been forced
to go to her home in Raleigh for
rest. Miss Liollio Moore has been
elected to fill her place for two
Mr. James C. Hamer, formerly of
this county, but for thc last fifteen
years a resident of Robeson county,
died on Sunday morning last. The
remains were brought over Monday
and interred at the family burying
ground near Tatum. He has a
number of friends and relatives in
Died at her home in Richland
county on the ?th ultimo, Mrs. John
A. Reese, formerly a resident of
Bennettsville township. She will
be remembered by our old citizens
'as Miss Mary Jano David, daughter
! of thc late James David. She has
(many relatives and friends in Marl
I boro who will regret to learn of her
"Knitting and Crocheting."
A new book of 64 pnges, over 60
original designs illustrated, boautiful
lace patterns, shawls, hoods, jackets,
etc, has befen published by Tho Homo,
141 Milk St., Boston, Mass , and will
bo sont with a subscription to that
paper. Tho Homo is a 20 page monthly
tilled with original stories, literary and
domestic t?pico and fashions. Its de
partment o? Fancy Work is a speoial
feature, now and original designs each
issue Tho prico of subscription is 50
cents hor year and will include 6no of
the80 books. As a special inducement
to trial subscribers, a copy of this book
will bo given with a 6 months sub
scription. Tho prico of book is 25
couts, but a 6 months' subscription
and tho book combined will bo sent
for only 15 couts Their annual pre
mium list for 1897 will bo sont free
A Pair of Alligators.
Our popular Sheriff, Capt. J. B.
Green, has a pair of young alliga
tors fresh from thc lakes of Florida.
They were a presont from Miss
Lizzie Bethca, of McColl, who, with
her grand mother, Mrs. I. W. Will
iams, has just returnd from a visit
to her son, Mr. John Williams, at
Jacksonville. On her way to tho
"land of flowers-," the Captain told
Miss Lizzie to bring him an alliga
tor. Sure enough on her rottirn
tho Captain met them at tho dopot and
after salutations, Miss Lizzo handed
him a box, saying, "Captain, hero
aro your alligators." Tho Captain
enjoys tho joko hugely, but is now
at a loss what to do with his pets,
as ho cannot got them to cat any
thing and ie not up on tho otilturo
Homo mado Graham Flour, Buck
wheat and Maple Syrup at E. M,
TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.
- Full moon noxt Wednesday.
- Masonic mooth)g noxt Fri
- February is tho month for
- Seo oui* offer to thoso want
ing a nice teacher's Bible.
- Don't forgot ' to make your
returns to the Auditor. Only 10
-. Call at tho hardware store
for tho genuine Starko Dixie plow
- Pee Dee Uiver is on a boom
and thoro was no crossing at Che
- A nico six room cottage in
west Bonnottsville can be rented
cheap. Apply to Rowe Brothers.
- Tony Hope, the old reliable
street workman, did some good
work last week opening tho wa
- Wo havo blank liens, bills of
sale, etc., on hand now and eau
accommodate thoso in need of
- A full report of tho work of
tho Legislature is found on oui*
[irst page. Road it carefully and
- Mr. D. M. D. McLeod has
moved up iii oast Bonnottsville,
[ind occupies the house recently
vacated by Mr. C. J. Lide.
- Mr. P. C. Emanuel has a fine
Lot of choice Poland China and
Berkshire pigs one month old
bhat he will soil at $1 each.
- Wo call attention to tho
shange of schedule on tho Capo
Foar and Yadkin Valley road,
which went into effect Sunday.
- It is rumored that tho State
taxes for 1897 will bo 5? mills.
Uncle Joel will havo good grounds
to complain of high taxos then.
- Mr. Peter Rivers claims the
lionor of killing tho largest hog
this season-710 pounds. He had
to cut it up and weigh in pieces.
- Do you want a nico horse
blanket ? If so W. P. Breeden
lias a big lot that ho. is closing
Dut at cost to make room for other
- Mr. J. J. Pearson came near
Losing his valise Monday in at
tempting to ford Phill's creole on
Iiis way to Cheraw, in company
with Deputy W. H. Hubbard.
-Why will you buy bittornause
iting tonics when Grove's Taste
Loss Chill Tonic is as pleasant as
Lomon Syrup Your druggist is
authorized to refund tho money
in every case whoro it fails to
sure. Price oO cents.
- Mr. T. H. Bothea lost a balo
3f cotton from tho platform at
McColl and is off or! ni? a reward
lor its rn?.ni if nl?sp?acod by ac
.iklonl. or si.ol'Mi. Road His o riot
? J another column ami help hon
ti lld it (iud gel the ;vw;i'.<.l.
? Some of the Slate pacers aro
5bowing '.ip tho present system pf
county ?ovcininei.l as a, \or,> ex
pensive luxury. Tho pay of so
many commissioners and the pay
of two guards for the chain gang
3onstitutos tho main objections.
More Protection to Landlords.
A bill is now before thc Legisla
ture to better protect, the landlord
who hires labor on his farm cither
for wages or on thc share system,
md to punish the violation of con
tracts. This law has been needed
Tor some time and it is hoped will
oe enacted this time. Thcbill reads
\s follows :
Section.1. Thatany laborer work
ing on shares of crop or for wages
in money or other valuable eonside
.ation under a verbal or written
jotract to labor on farm lands, who
?hall receive advances cither in
noney or supplies, and thereafter
ivillfully and without just cause fail
;o perform the reasonable services
required of him by the terms of tho
mid contract, shall bc liable to prose
cution for a misdemeanor, and on
conviction shall be punished by im
prisonment for not less than twenty
lays nor more than thirty days, or
to be fined in the sum of not less
than $25 nor more $50, in the dis
cretion of the court.
Night service has been resumed
it thc Baptist church. Services be
?in at 7:30.
Thc Juvenile Missionary Society
if tho Methodist churoh will meet
it tho church Friday afternoon at
Rev. D. W. Fox, of Lunibcrton,
ment Sunday in town and preached
iii thc Presbyterian church in thc
norning and in thc Methodist at
Sunday was a beautiful spring
ily day and good congregations
issembled at the Baptist, Presbyte
rian and Methodist church in the
Wc return thanks to Rev. M. C.
gniole for a copy of thc minutes of
lie Mt. Moriah Freo-Will Baptist
Conference held October 22-24,
1896. This conference includes ?,
jhurohes in Riohmond county, 4 .in
Robeson,-4 in Marlboro and 1 in
Dhostorfiold. Tho noxt session will
JO hold with Piney Plains ohuroh
Lottors addressed to tho follow
ng persons romain uncallod for
it tho postofflco:
Mr. Donal Bond, Mr. Banclford,
Miss Janie Collins, Miss Presley
3roloy, R. H. Houstoss, Jamos
Mallroy, Miss lizzie May, P. A.
[Ionson, W. T. ^Meadows, Henry
McNoal, John Evans Pogues, P.
I\ Houstoss, Sljaho Letters, Col,
James Rowland, infant 6ou of Jun es
A. and Mattio David, passed into thc
realms beyond a fow days ago nfto?;
an illnoss of only .a Short timo. At
fust his condition was not thought to
bo sorious, but it soon becomo apparent
that tho disease had tukon a finn hold
upon his little body* All was donn
that loving hands and medical ski ?J
could do, but Ho who gave, was ten
derly sayiug, "Dear little Ono, coayo
from suffering and como unto me
Tho heart ceased to throb, tho body
lay cold in death, but where was tjie
spirit? It had answered tho oall and
had gone to bo with God iu glory. ) n
tho presence of a largo number .of
sympathizing friends tho funoral was
preached by Hov. E. P. Easterliiij^
aqd tho body laid to rest at Quick's
"Asloop ia Josue, blessed sleep,
Prom whioh nouo ovor wako to weop."
Dear little ono, thou art gono lo
return not again. No moro will tho
glad hearts of fatlior and mother leap
for joy in catching a smile from you/
innocent face. Wo will murmur not,
for God gavo theo and took theo, both
in loving kindness to us. We will
weep not, though n light and joy and j
comfort have gouofrom our hearts, foi* I
thou art at rest and wo rojoiee in thy
Thou art in u homo of peaco and light,
With Jesus nod your ?riouds,
Where wo soon moy moot thoo
And lifo ehalt uovor ond.
February 4, 1897.
Beautiful Sea Shells.
Every one admires thora. Since
coming south I have received numer
ous inquiries from northern people for
sea shells, aud now I am prepared to
answer yes, I can send you sholls, for
I have made quito a collection of love
ly shells, both from our own coast, tho
coral reefs and some lovely ones fron?
tho West India islands. I will moil
a dozen or more different kinds, i .
two alike, to any ono who souds a Ko
nth inn foi? riofiit&ff?i
--1 * - - i--0 - *
Yours, Mrs. F. A. "WARNER.
A Card of Thanks,
I take this method of returning
thanks to tho many iriends who con
tributed lo tho building committee
of the.Mt. Zion church on tho Marion
road near Donoho.
M. C. QUICK.
February 8, 1897.
Amendment to Supply Or di nanci;.
?mendm?iit to Scotion gth of nu Ordi
nance to raise HuppHes for tho town
Buuncttsvillo for tho year ending Apt il
Amended by striking out tho word to
and inner tin j j in '.?JU thoroof tho woi.
lioonso foo, and adding thereto tho follow
lug, viz. : Auy poison residing within thu
corporato limits of tho town of Bonnotb.
villo who owuB ono or moro dogs and shn.1'
fail or ref uso to pay said lioimso foo as vt .
quired hy U'i? ji.cUon bli td) lo deome
guilt)' of \\ udiulcolianor and upon cm vii
lion ' ' Lonlonccd to p.\v a Into of h?iil?j
than two dojlrit'a har niom MJ'MD five doWni
br lie imprkonod n?t inoro than riVo divV?
jD?wio und rattf?C'it i? Council ])t<cotab<
C. f?. MCCALL, Al^or. ?
MILTON MCLAUIUN, Town Olork.
Tho fifth soRsion of Clemson Agriculture .
College will begin Thursday, February i8tb
To tho two regular four year course
loading to the degrco of Bachcllor of Soi
onco, a ppecial two year coin sn in Mcohanic>
and Engineering lins hoon added.
Tho courses of instruction inoludo tb .
following Eubjoots : Agriculture", Chemistry,
Horticulture, Dairying, Veterinary Soionce,
Botany, Geology, Miuerology, Mechanical
Electrical and Civil Engineering, English
Mathematics and History.
Board, washing, fuel, lights for session
ot 40 weeks, ?.W.oo.
For catalogue containing full particular!
E. B. ORAIGIIEAD, Prosidont,
Clemson College, 8. 0.
January 5, 1897.
MOTIC& ?0 ADKinSTUTinS, BECUTOM
1* Guardians and Trustees : Tho law re
quires all Administrator?, Excoutors, Guar
i diana and Trustees to ranko roturna to tho
Probato .Tndgo of tho county during thu
months of January and February of oaoli
year, and failing to make snob return"
thoy forfoit their commission. Tho Inp;
Grand Jury brought thia mattor to tho at
tention of tho Cirouit Court, and I will bo
compelled to enforce tho law Btriotly fn tho
future. MILTON MCLAURIN,
Judgo of Probate.
Dccombor 9, 1896.
Totter, Salt-Rheum and Eozoma,
Tho intonso itching and smarting incl
dent to thoso disoasos is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eye an i
Skin Ointment. Many vory bad case
have been permanently cured by it.? )t
is equally ofllcioat for itching piles and
a favorito remedy for soro nipples
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bitio
and chronic soro eyes. 25 ots. per box.
Dr. Cady'fl Condition Powdor?, aie
just what a horse nooda whon in bad
condition. Tonic, blood pur liier an?
vermifuge. Thoy ayo not food bid
modicino and tho best In uso to put n
horse in primo condition. Prlco &?
I cents per paokago.
offered ono hoy and girl ht
erny county in South' Can ?
lina by tho 1 argent and mo
prc-orainontly practical of Southern inntitn
tiona. Pally drill in real bauktng busine<s
I and ofiloo work. Po&itiono seoared graduate)
? through tho Employment Bureau. Write at
onco to tho
GEORGIA BUSINESS COLLEGE,
January 6, 1897, Maoon, *Gn
- THU -
NEW BARBER SHOI,
Joe Hatcher, Proprietor*
This in tho placo to get your hair out in
tho latest style. Whon you want an eany,
, good and olean nhavo or anything dono in
the tonsorial lino give mo aoall. . My shop
islooated on the northeast corner of thooomt
! houso square
E. M. Rowe delivers all goode pur
chased bf him,
'I'll nWMWM Oil fiROCIlRlI.
i "?7"E OFFER SOME CHOICE GOODS THIS WEEK
' YV .? ? .
TO CLOSE OUT.
New Cocdftiiuts, 125 to Bag, $1.00.
Cjhoieo Picnic Hums, 7 l-8e pound.
Fairey Baldwin Apples, $1.85 por Barrel.
Best Sugar Cured . Calumet'? Hams, 12c pound.
Raisins, Choieo Loudon Layers, $1.75 per Box 80 lbs.
Carload just received, $17 50 per Ton.
I? PATENT AND STRAIGHT FLOUR.
Throe Cars just in at Prices that Cannot be Duplicated.
3,000 POUNDS OF TOBACCO
Ui jVckages of IO Pounds up at Prices Ranging from
i 7 cents Pound to 40. We have the Largest Lot of
Tobacco ever brought to Bennettsville; bought
Ll ihm Luio AI LOW KM PB run MM
Iii ch we can offer customers, buying in original pack
ages, at prices beyond competition,
Wholesale Provisions and Groceries.
\ \\,-Watch this space each week.
'Ml it i r j\KMSrM ?/r Ifltt
AT CARROLL'S !
Gio Anywhere in the United States!
f/O .1. iou if .on like, Qo to Atiu if you with, Go to Japan if you j)leasc, Q? to I?ut??
if i/uu cdV< <<?, Go nnywlioro you wont to, but lt will bo impossible for you to got away from, o:
fir'.und tl., foot, Omi right boro in your own town is whore you onn got tho
owest Prices for High Grade Goods!
Wo ?)H? . tin: b't'ift nssortmont united to tho noels of our patrons, tho vory bost quality, Un
. '< \'h:i the l .wost pricos, ovorything considered, to b> found nnywlioro. Our stook am
, . - wi!i verllj) .bis assertion. Wo now oi?crin addition to our usually woll solcotoil assort
nen i W u toll Os and Jcwolry nnd Pu ney Goods of nil grados
An Exquisite Assortment of China Brio a Brae.
liions from Ilnviland, Jnpnn, Goiinany and India. Must be'soon to be appro
At. entirely mw and attractive collection of this lino. Aluminum is four timos lighter thai
''vc , pipiully iif protty, stronger and moro lasting. This lino of goods is woll roprosontod ii
inn v M i i. lot Intended for sorvlco, in novelties and in attrnotlvo articles suitable fo
)? v ii.'?>Milu .' Indios or gontlcmon. Inuitiro for this deportment, you will bo pleased wit)
M di. '.' o. k' aro guaranteed not to tnrnisb.
BOOKS j BLOCKS ANJO GAMES.
V. 'b ivi: a neat assortment of linois-Books for children. Prices from 6 conts to $1.25
Rooks !< i older i.ends at prices from 25o to .$2 60 caob. All innko suitnbio presents. Plotur
Jil i i for tli ) l abios, Gamos for tho children, Oroklnolo Hoards, Ao. Writing Desks, Plus!
.mi' heather, AM.urns, heather Purses, Pocket Books, Card Cases, Music Holla, Travoling Oases
Wagons, Carts, Velocipedes, Wheelbarrows,
Anything to ninu&o tho oblldron you will find in my stock. I usually mako un offort to col
tool rt J many io.O ly usoful novelties ns possible for Christmas presonts. This season is not ai
oxoopttoti to i lie rulo. Ilowovor, I have added this season a lino of high olnss Iron toys wino
aro i i .'.v'i.v i'. i< -'.cuotibto, also ? well solcotod assortment of ohenpor Toys-Tin IIorsoB, Wngoni
novelties in 'J iuv/aro, Doll? of all sizes, dressed and undressed, as woll as nil tho latest toys an
modom ir. ven duns by whiuh tho nvorngo small boy is mado noisy and happy.
FOR YOURSELF IF THE ASSORTMENT IS RIGHT !
SEE FOR YOURSELF IF THE PRICE IS RIGHT I
r think lt unmiooaaary for mo to mako any spacial effort to onil tho attontion of an Intolllgon
publ?Vtu. every detail ef my business. I hnvo enjoyed your oonlldonoo and patronago for 1
y vat', And most of my patrons aro familiar with tho lines of Goods I hnvo heretofore oarrlet
T baie not out down, bul in ron sed my stock, have added ?ovo ral now lines in my efforts to koo
uhre iU Willi the timos and your requirements, I invito you to examino and prico my goods
8oe what I Of? ii ?how you. If you don't soo what you want ask for it und.
DON'T DO A THING !
until you 1: <. .v what wo hnvo for salo, Wo will do our host to pienso you, and will take plew
?ve I' .bowing goode whothor you wish to buy or not and will bo disappointed If you rall t
como. With bon wishes for a morry Christmas, and In grateful memory of llboral patronsj
during pitt >tar8, I romain,
Dcoerabot t, 18??.
IKE. "W. Oo^rrolX.
DESIRABLE LANDS FOR SAM?J
Vnluablo tu.d well improved fanning
Iftiidd for falo ne^t tho town of Dallington.
Heu?oniudo pi loo and tonne, in small or
larga ilota. Apply to J, J. WARD,
t Darlington, 8. O.
?Sotmbor 4/1896,-?^nn ?
Sowo Ot tho tito;
I desirable butina
and rcBldonoo lots In tho town of Bonnotti
vlllo, Tho Jennings property IB now d
vldod Into lots and a plat of same oatt I
soon at my offloo,
T. W. BOUO??lBRy Attorney.
November as, 1896.
Shoes ! Shoes !
Como and seo my lino of Shoes bbioro you buy and T Hunk
you will save money, .
A Nice liine of Mats.
I have a nice lino of Hats and will sell thom cheap iii order
to open out a nice lino for Spring.
STAPH ?RY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
I have a well assorted stock of Staple Dry Goods and Notions.
Como and see what I have and seo if I can't save you somo
I have a line of Fancy Groceries equal to any in town and
POTTED HAM 5 CENTS.
ARBUCftO.E'8 COFFEE VERY LOW.
Flour and Meat.
On Flour and Grocries I will always meet the market *niee.
Thanking my friends for past favors and soliciting a continu
ance of same, I am yours, etc.,
P. A. MCKELLAR,
BRICK ROW NEXT DOOR TO C, S. MCCALL.
February 1, 1897. . .
TUST RECEIVED A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF GOODS TN"
if Mus! lino comprising Glove Val voa, . Anglo Val vos, Chook Valvq?i,''5\:jr
Corks, Elbows, Nipples, T's, Wa rev G lassos; also full line of Steam Pine.11|
.1 also invite your attention to this particular linc, which comprisc? a com?
ploto assortment suitable'to this section of trade.
Pumps and Pump Pipe.
A full lino of Drive and Force .Pumps whioh I offer to tho trade at,low
P?INTS, OILS ?ND GL?SS.
My stock in this lino compiises a full assortment of standard brands of
White Lead and Glass. A full line of Glass all sizes.
A large stook of Machinery or Lubricating Oils at very low prices, both
wbolcsalo and retail.
Mowers and Reapers.
I ara solo agortt'for the celebrated McCormick Machines, which need no
IRON AND STEEL.
My stock is complete in ali tho standard sizes of Iron. Full lino of Ootngbn
and Tool Steel.
Just receiving a new and elegant line of all these goode, whioh I oflbr low
My line is complete and at rook bottom prices. A oall will convince you*,
Jiut Received a vory large lot at very low prices.
The handsomest lino in town at tho lowest prices.
03? I solicit your patronage.
C. S. JMCC*?1JE,.
August ?2, 1896.
? RARE CHANCE?!
MILLINEEY AT COST 1
IN ORDER TO TURN MY STOCK QUICKLY INTO CASH, I WILL
commonco my annual clearanco sale a little onrHov this year, I will com
mence soiling at
1W YORK COST, MONDAY DICIIlill ?,
This salo will continuo until the entire stook has bcon disposed of. Romom*
ber, this is no rubbish, but
ALL THIS SEASON'S STILISH GOODS.
Tho pricoB on Ribbotis, Hoso, nnd Union Suits will eurpriso you.
COME QUICK IF YOU WANT A BAR??IN.
December $, 1896.