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Friday, September 2, 1904.
BOTS FKOH BHIGHTSVILE
Happenings Among tho Fooplo In Thia
To Our Boya: The difference be
tween a successful and an unsuccessful
farmer io generally the Bame ns that,
between successful and unsuccessful
men in other lines of human efforts.
The man who conducts bis affairs in a
methodical and business like way, and
looks closely after the expenses nnd
income ia very apt to be successful in
his business no matter what line it ia
in. The business man who conducts
bia business in a haphazard way, pay
ing no attention to his account books
ami never knowing exactly where be
stands, is very apt to fail of success.
And yet there aro those who seem to
imagine that the business of farming
does not need such exact methods,
other lines of business may need well
digested plans but they seem to think
that the rule of thumb and muscle ia
all that ia needed on the farm.
The business mun who is ever chang
ing his plans, dealing in ono line to
day and another to-morrow, will Bei
dom make a Bucees? of any line, and
the same ia true of the larmer who is
ever ready to rush into the cultivation
of any crop that for the time being
promises profit, but with which be
may be entirely unfamiliar.
He will usunlly be left by meu who
slick to the crops they aro familiar
with and study their improvement
and improved and moro economical
ways of growing them. For these
meu grow more expert in their work,
while the shifter irom one crop to
another is perpetually gainiug noth
ing but now experience and paying
.well for it.
Business methods and good book
keeping are as essential on tho farm
as in the store. Ail of this means that
the farmer should b? educated for his
profession as men iu every other pro
fession are. It menus more than the
raero keeping ot farm accounts cur
rectly, but the acquisition or the "know
how"-the application of a trained
mind to the noblem of the farm, the
keeping up v the modern develop,
raeuts in Ps T??5 *re, and a broadened
inteiligen.g1 ^: very operation of thc
farm, wit Jibility to give a gone
reason fi\Q T .ything that we do. Ii
means thc -.opacity to uso brains tc
saye muscle and to direct the applica
tion of the muscles we employ. Tb?
old notion that education educate:
man away irom the farm is pure uou
sense. Men who get a technical educa
tiou in agriculture may find that theil
ture and- may bot h l-jriuor
* *. r' '?v. J.L1.-L' . ' . r?*r?' *"'. '. - . Ivauli ..
rr- r,.,- ?;. UlCti whi
H rf. luted tor 3U0?eas i u tali arr
Hi bettor fit tod by rr tv- u if fi iii . ly
cati?n. '_pe eui
''how to keep the boya on the farm?'
is hardly worth discussing, for then
ure a great many boys raised ou farm:
that should not be kept there, eine?
they can be more successful in othei
lines of work; and if they aro educa
ted for useful lines, the farm ia no!
the loser for the leaders in every linc
bi haman activity must largely conic
from the farm, where tha sturdiest
manhood grows. And the men when
they have attained success elsewhere
aro very apt later in life to invest in
the laud because of their old love for
tho farm. Keep the boys on the farm
who want to be farmers and who love
the farm, and give them the best pos
sible training for success ou the farm,
but do not lot it worry you that some
of your boys are better fitted ior some
other life. The young man's success
should be the main object, and not
the making of a farmer of him simply
because you aro a farmer. Farmers
are to an extent like poets born, not
made. I have said enough for this
time on the subject of educating the
boys for the lunn, und success in busi
ness life. Success to the many readers
and the Democrat.
Our Brightsville candidate has made
his rounds and is now contented to
stay at home, and trust to the good
people to send him to office if they
choose to do so. "We would all like to
be office holders. I now announce my
self :19a candidate subject to the rul
ings of the old time rule, for the re
election of the same olllce, and that is
to take caro of the old lady aud the
Brightsville, S. C. - fi.
Aug 15th, 1904.
We think the weather is doiug
more to keep up the price of cot
ton than tho possibility of the cur
ly close of the war in the East. If
tho farmers do not get in too big
of a burry they can keep the price
up. A short ero]) moans big
money for somebody and the funn
er should have it.
Flies in day time, mosquitoes nt
night, and weather from the torrid
'/.ono all thc time. But people will
enjoy the beautiful world and call
on the doctors ami patent medicino
mon to blockade tho port of en
trance to any other world.-Ex.
THF idea of Charleston being in
favor of prohibition by way of the
Brice bill is humorous enough to
gol. in the funny column--Orange
The election on Thursday on
the issuing ol* bonds Cor paying
dues on electric lights, and Cor
building water works, sewerage
tfec, resulted in a defeat, the
Noes winning by one vote.
Peruvian Guano is ready for
the second primary. Get full
particulars from P. B. Moore.
YOTE-OF MARLBORO DEM?C?ATI? PRIMARY, HELD J ST
For ?roni7ress-~6t& Congressional District.
W P DARGAN,
J E ELLERBE. oi
JAMES NORTON ? ." * ?7
J W RAGSDALE ..... !
/''or Solicitor-Fourth Judicial Circuit.
J M JOHNSON.
House of Representatives
T A BRISTOW .... i
W W BRUCE .
J P BUNCH.
H K COVINGTON ... ! !
J P GIBSON.
D D MCCOLL,, jr.,.... ':
S J McINNIS. ...y.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.
J C DUNBAR.
JOHN B GREEN.
W A IIINSHAW.
J P McGILVRAY.
J E ROGERS.
w p ROGERS...!??!!!!!!!!
For Clerk of Court.
LEWIS M COVINOTON.
JAMES A DRAKE.
R L PREEMAN.\\\\\
For County Supervisor
M E COWARD.
A J JONES.
JOE T ODOM.
J J TART.
C P COVINGTON.
GEORGE N McCALL .
For Superintendent of Education.
W L STANTON .
For County Treasurer
JOE P EDENS. 9
WM EVANS .
N B ROGERS. ' o
J Ii THOMAS.105
For County Auditor
CHAS. I. SHERRILL . 11(5
116 428 169 175. 316 122
. -. o
213 88 164 113
427 170 177 317 123
88 105 ns
At n meeting of the County Excculi v
toroa from tho different clubs were cam
liaviug received a majority of all the v
nominees of the Democratic party and
tion to be held in November next.
For House Of Repr?sentatives-D. I
For Clerk Of Court- James A. DraL
For Sheriff-Jouo B, Green.
For Coroner-George N. McCall.
For Supt Of Education-William L
.lohn H. Thomas-Recommended for
C. I. Shcrrill-Recommended for ap?
The iollowing candidates for County
Jones having failed to receive a majorit
highest number of votes are declared t<
next Primary Election to bo held on Se
fiujv rnvoDuucinv 11 ir#?nvi?
hud Ragsdi le wi
The returns from the counties
show Gar ris and Mobley Will have
to run over. So get ready for an
other vote on thc 13th.
Bettor Than Gold.
"i was troubled for several years with
chroma indigestion and nervous debility"
writes F. J. Oreen, of Lancaster. N. II.
"No remedy helped mc until I began
using Electric Bitters, which did nie
more good than all thc medicine I ever
used, They have also kept my wife in
excellent health for years. She says Elec
tric Bitters are just .splendid for female
troubles; that they ure a grand tonio and
iuvigorator for weak run dowu women.
No other mcdiciuc can take its place in
our family." Try (hem. Only 50c. Satis
faction guaranteed by J. T. Douglas
.Vonrly Forfeits Illa Lifo.
A runaway almost ending fatally, start
ed a horrible ulcer on the leg of .I.B.
Omer, Franklin 'Jrove, 111. For four
years it defied all doctors and all remedies
Hut Bucklon's Arnica Salvo had no
trouble to mire him. Equally good for
Hums, Bruises, Skin Eruptions and
Piles. !2;"?u at .J. T. Douglas Drug Store.
Thc following are from an old
scrapbook. An independent man
is one who blacks his own boots,
who cati live without whiskey and
tobacco, who earns at least a pen
ny ? day moro than he sponds
and who can, upon p. pinch, shave
himself with brown soap and cold
water without a mirror. A great
mau is one. who can learn his chil
dren to oboy him when out of his
sight. A hospitable man is never
ashamed of his dinner when a
friend unexpectedly drops in b>
dine with hini. A Be neible wifo
looks for her enjoyment at home,
-a silly one abroad. A wise girl
would win ti lover by practicing
those virtues which secure admira
tion when personal charms have
faded. A simple girl endeavors
to recommend lioraelf by thc ex
hibition of frivolous accomplish
ments, and by mockish sentiment
which luis as little to do with a
true lioart ns tho gaudy dress
which she wears. A good girl al
ways respocts herself, and ia thus
Huro to bo respected by others.
Apes remain tipos, though you
clotho them with velvet. We of
ten pardon thoso that weary UB,
but wo cannot pardon thoao whom
Mr. Allen Benton has tendered
bis resignation as Mayor of Choraw
on account of ill health, and an
election was held Tuesday to fill his
Marshal McCrcight has resigned
as chief ol' police at Cheraw and
Hugh Bottom has been elected.
e Committee Sept, lat. J.KM, the re?
massed aud tho following Candidates
otes cast, are declared tho regular
will be voted for at the General Elee
>. McCoil, Jr. W. W. Bruce, J. P.
appointment as County Treasurer,
[lointmont as Couuty Auditor.
Supervisor, M. E. Coward and A. J.
y of the votes cast, but receiving the
.> be candidates to be voted for at the
ptembcr 13th, 1904.
C. S. MCCALL County Chairman
Ti .orr h nb newe u i cse pur's
thin ,'<w.. i'vcr;?:v? ;y |H lbj >...'?.
tO-d?:". V<T< tir? . . . U< J^tn^er*?*
Hr-. V. W 3 ..; n M V. P. B
: . . ; Hiss Carr.?! K. 1 nos, Mai
?. m. regues, m.r. JC. x-. B Pegues
and Mrs. Dr. Everett returned Sat
urday night from Jackson Springs,
where they have been on a rest tor
Miss Minnie Wilson, of Columbia
S. C., is visiting Misses May and Oli?
Miss Eliza Gillr-spio of Patrick, S.
C., is visiting friends in this neighbor
Capt T. F. M J Hoy is back from
Mr. A. D. Smith of Hamlet was
A good many will take in tho Ex
cursion to Charlotte, Is'. C , to mor
Married by Squire \V. W. Irby
on Sunday afternoon, Mr. Joe Ores,
ham to Miss Tula Williams. We wish
them much success.
Hon. W. ?. Evans is erecting a
now house hereat this place.
Aug .50,01. Bex.
Holding Tho Keys.
There is grim tragedy in the
li florence between the way men and
Lhc Devil see things. Man thinks
lie can safely make a beginning at
my kind of sin, and then stop be
fore harm is done. That suits the
levil exactly, for he knows that ii"
.he beginning is made, no man
ives who can stop of his strength.
Po man, the beginnings arc harm
ess; to thc Devil, the beginnings
ive sure pledge of the end. Plie re
brmed drunkard who is now sup
jrintendent of tho Old Jerry Mc
auley Mission in New York says
ersely: "It is not the last drink
.hat ruins a man, but thu Ifrsl.
Pilo Devil knows that; most men
lo not. The cutting edge of a wedge
s very small, but it is only neces
lary to give il entrance-it's an
sasy matter to drive it through,
rho beginnings arc the keys Lo
.our lile. Don't give them up.
Happiness is Money.
Vliat's the use to worry when you haven't
got a shilling?
Money isn't all liiere is to get,
Vlrtt's the use contracting uaolarohoH a
Just because you airn't wcok'iy yoi?
unshine is as much loi un
is for those who've overplus
Ol'stocks and bonds and other things
lust keep on beguiling,
Ml your time a smiling
Happiness is money, if you soc it in
SOME news papers arc trying lo
ob Senator Tillman of ibo credit
:>r establishing Clemson College,
mt it will fail, Clemson and Win
lirop College will stand monuments
> Tillman long p.fter ho anil these
nvious newspapers shall have pass
L! from the scene ijf human action.
Local R?sidence Obligi loi
Thc citizen, mau or . i
who recognizes and carrie:
the local residence obligatu
pretty near fulfilling th
rule, and it is no small t
a citizen rem feel this o
has been faithfully lived u
At every season of the ;
local residence obligation
be remembered and met .
possible by every citizen,
with the Fall and Winter : .
iug, there is special need
cm the part of every one,
is thc return of those w
! gone away for months, th
I new business, new stockt
?and the various trade ai
j tr ia! i? . 'vin] ca ii iw*. ?Mi
I .ti.' ian .. .) niu?nitj of iulociAb
?$o]?ig, A't.: .h t-, j . .. in-.it hy Oafifc
ncr locju rcHiaenoe ot usinions.
Tho retail me?ohani has his goo '..
ready for ?hi trude. - ll.
his fellow citizens to buy
lias this merchant met his 1
ligations by patronizing h
newspaper with his advertii
The store, house and ollie
rents his property, has he
local obligation by patronit
home merchant, and so ass
helping those, who help bin;
Is each citizen looking
his neighbor, to see what asl
can bc given, in good wc
way of encouragement. Ju
age, where trade is concern,
moral influence when that ca
And are the various public ii
receiving thc attention and s .
which every true citizen 01
It is the carrying out of tl
residence obligations which
up communities, which give
strength, stability and churn
a town or eily.
Jt gives successful proi
and douelopment, and a
growth and permanency to bi
and industrial interests, lt j.
healthy social and religious i
the community, and makes pc
the nearer realization of M
true an ideal citizenship mi?
"TllE object of my bill \\
to help the dispansary, but t
it, and T hope to sec tho clay
that bill will become: the 1
South Carolina. As to wli
conic after thc dispensary I
say, but il can bc no worse."
one ever thought the Brice b
any other purpose than to c
the dispensary utterly thc
Uiken from thc Yorkvillc .
pondent of the News and C
should lie sufficient.
! Thc Seaboard Air Line i
nu independent system, and
the best in the .south.
Uscniiod an Awful Futo.
Mr. II. llaggius of Molbourni
writes, "My doctor told mc I lu
sumption and not hint; could h? tl
me. 1 waa given up lo die. Tho
nfrechial bottle of Dr. Kings N.
coveiy for Consumption, inducvd
. ry it- Results wore startling. I i
on the road to recovery nnd ow
Dr. King's Now Discovery. ?
naved my lile." This great cure is .
teed for all I hr oat and lune; disc
J. T- Douglas Druggist. Price I
$1 .00. Trial bottles free.
GOING TO MOVE.
Dr. .1. A. liaison will mc
lo bis office on Darlington ?
thu J.st of .Inly. (Jllice w
bound midway between
Douglas's Drug Store and .
Hudson's ellice. Look Io
sign in front of office.
June 1U, 1004.
1 'ac was pale and sallow and the other
fr< h and rosy. Whence tho difference?
who is hlushincr with hcnlth uses Dr
: e's New Life Pills to maintain it. Hy
.ly nrou:-?Du tho lazy organs they com
?ood digestion and head off constipa
Try them. Only 25? at J. T. Doug
ile handling :i jinn that was out of
ir is usually the story. Now. in
ir lo pruvent accidental killing
to he sure and kill when you
t to, I have employed an expert
ismith (rom Charleston, S. C., who
toy gun repairing department in
rge, We. are prepared to do any
1 of tine gun repairing in factory
ir. Give us a trial and you will
? ?onvinccd that we arc prepared to
: von satisfaction in price, work-,
tisiubip mid promptness Us
. ' if, J. PKA.K?PH,
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i/.VMlLY M ll, iii AGIO TIGK?i
.D,vJ t.' 8 timi C.< ll ?LIN .> N ))\ '
OLD DY ?L'AUOARD AIR JLINE
?mmencing march 25th, the
. oard Air Ll ac Railway, in
jlianco with tho new law, have
de I00O mile family tickets,
lor thc use of the immediate
berg ol one family, between
:ins within the State of South
lina on tho line of tho Sea
1 Air Line Railway. These
ts ure Kohl at$25,O0 and are
ed to ono year from dato of
e popular Tuterchangenblc
, good over 2 fi diff?rent lines,
:ontinue on sale tinder saine
lions as heretofore,
r further information apply
aboard agents, or address
/V. Stewart Ti av. Tass. Agent
ubia S. G.
RIVING NOTICE !
the nndcrsigned control the hunt
d fishing privileges on the Instate
)t J. E. Coxe. and the lands ol L.
rigan lying between the cow tract
nd the river, and also the lands
. Matheson known as the Butler
We hereby warn all persons
t hunting or fishing on any of said
T. S. and I?. W, RYAN'S.
t I, IQO.l.
TIGE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
EST KATIE I*. BREEDEN.
VING this day hied in the Pro
ate Judges office ol'Marlboro Couo
iinul return Ito*urn us Executor ol'
tate ol' Katie I*. Bree len. Notice
I .y K?veu ihut 1 will apply to said
>n the 2oth day nf Sept l'.'Ol lora
-charge as lOxecutor us aforesaid
Titos. J. BPKRDEK.
2fitli 1001. Executor.
iMe Resident Property
li AST BEN NETTS VILLE
WEST PIOIC KVVUKTT PT.
[STING of 2; ucri"?, ono largo Hu
meo- 0 rooms. Pine water, sup
? pump at iloor of stove room. Ono
houso, bariiH, stables, iVjo.
Hini?lor residence, 5 100ms. Fine
jupplicd by pomp.
property to bu ?old for partition,
icely -11 iidti.il, perfectly drained and
, If you want ono of tho bern
, properties in -BcunottHville now is
no. Apply to
. 10. G. W. WADDILL.
Wi RUG SAH!
OH INTKRRSTKI) IN RHOS ?
;e a very pretty and nice line, hut
cri-lockcd. I am going to try to
Inesday, Sent 7, 1904
-mher tho date, and come to uiy
nd hov cheaper than thnu you
uglit before. All sizes up to '.ixl2 I
Don't lilias it 1
(!. W. WA01)1 LL.
st 2J, 1904.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF MARLBORO.
CLEMENT MANLY, Plaintiff,
r. A. Blythe, P. ll. Corr, nod H. E. J J
Summons for Relief-Complaint not
lo (he Defendant, T. A, Blythe, P. H.
Corr and H. E. Fries,
You are hereby Summoned and rcq. "r
od to anewor tho complaint in this an*
which ii filed in tho office of tho CL.ic ut
thc Court of Common Pleas in and for
tho County and Stute uforusaid, and to
servo a copy of your answer to the said
Complaint on tho subscriber at his office
in BENNETTSVILLE, S. C" within
twenty days after tho sorvicn hereof, ex
clusive of tho day of such service ; and
if you fail to answer tho complaint with?
in die time aforesaid, tho plaintiff in
this action will apply to thc Court for
thc reiiof demanded in tho complaint.
Dated June 2d, A, 1)., 1904.
[SEAU] J. A. DRAKE, Clerk.
T. W. BOUCHIER,
To the Defendants. T. A. Blythe, P. H.
Corr and H. E. Fries :
Please take notice that the Summons
in this action, of which thc foregoing is I
a copy, was filed in thc office of tho Clerk
of thc Court of Common Pleas ut Ben
nettsvillc, in tho county of Marlboro in |
tho State of South Carolina on thc 28th
day of June, A. D., 1904.
Ti W. BOUCHIER,
Bennettsvillc, S. C.
July 14. 19?4-tit
ELECTRIC LIGHT SYSTEM.
Rule No II. Parties wishing the elec
tric plant run after midnight will be ac
commodated at the rate ol Three DoK
lars per hour or part thereof by making I
written application to the Chairman of
the Board stating length ol time he ]
wished the plant run and accompanying
the request by the cash.
Ride No. 12. Any person using |
Electric Kans 12 inoh size shall pay One |
l3ollar per month on Flat Rate.
WO FF ORD COLLEGE
SPARTAN BURG, S. C.
IIF.NUY N. SNYDER, Litt. D., M. I
Tour full College courses. Favorable
surroundings Cleveland Science Hall
Gymnasium. Athletic grouuds. .'dst year
begins Sept. 21st 1 ut
For Catalogue apply to.
J. A. GAMEWELL, Secretary
W0FF0RD COLLEGE FITTING
SCHOOL, Spartanburg, S- C
Elegant new building. Carelul attention
to individual student. Board and toi -1
tion for year $110, All information!
given hy A. M DuPRE.
July II, 1904. Head Master
:v).it J IN vj \ ll bi 1 .1 .
fwwti f.^uiiRf; Works]
tffx-Hl'i Business irceontlv k towri a tl . i
X f l.IO NOVELTY MANUFCfi .
i. I NU CO . iv?ll lu i Caf -. .t tn
. -* y^^Xv. i LbTi lu?uUl'?iJ'
TURING WORKS, with F. H. IVE Y
*ole owner and director.
Thu latest improved wood working
machines are being placed for doing all
kinds of Novelty work for builders use al
Mr. P, A. Hodges is agent al Bennet:
ville and will take your orders.
Oct 23. 1903.
FOR SAIifS I
A Bicycle for ti lady or Cents]
color Black or Blue with 28 in
wheels and rubber tires.
S. J. Pearson.
WE STILL FEED
Wi 11;H in town and you wunt a good
inoal, remember wo eau servo you.
A good mcul for 25c. Restaurant
north of tho Markot.
FRESH OYSTERS in every stylo.
D. J. BRAYBOY
Bennettsville & Cheraw Railroad
Commencing Monday Nov. 9, lfio.'i,
and ii u l i I further notice, trains between
Cheraw.and Bennettsvillc will be operated
eu the following FchodulCi daily except
WEST LOUND FROM BENNETTSVILLE
TRAIN Leave Bennettsvillc ti 45 a in
43 Leave Everett's 7 2f? a m
Leave Kollock'tf 7 lu a ni
Arrive Cheraw 7 50 a m
TRAIN Leave Bennettsville I 00 p va
33 Leave Everett's 5 30 p ni
Leave Kollook's 5 50 p ni
Arrive Cheraw G 0(1 p ut
EAST BOUND FROM CHERAW.
TRAIN Loavo Cheraw 8 U) a m
.'iS Leave Kollock's s 20 a ni
Leave Everett's 8 35 a ni
Arrive Bennettsvillc U 00 a ni
THAIN' Leave Cheraw 9 25 p ni
.".2 heave Kol lock's 9 30 p m
Leave Everett's 9 50 p ni
Arrive Benuettsville ld 20 p 111
A. G. PAGE, Sun.
Cheraw, Nov. 7, 190a.
KS LL TH* COUCH
AND CURE THC LUNGS
Dr. King s
-mn r'ONSUr.tPTION Prico
I FOIl fi OUGHSand B0c&$1.00
^OLDS Free Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for niT
THROAT and LUNG TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACK.
To discovor who has thc weaker
ide of nu argument wait and sec
vhich is the first to bogin calling
WE HAVE LARGEST STOCK Ever Handled by
Ono Dealer in thia Line in Bennettevillo.
Bought when the prospect for an extra large Crop
was bright, wo realize that to disposo of our
Stock, WE WILL HAVE TO SELL TO .
EVERY ONE WHO COMES TO OUR STORE.
This we intend to do for we Know Our
Price^jgill be lower than any one
eV-iKflpM?Ll care to duplicate. ,
j AND TER_
fe us yl*- '
?sk you to see ns before Buying,
For it will be MONEY IN Your
Pocket to Buy from us.
G. W. Waddill & Son.
August 18, 1904
M HARBWARB OP Ililli
SECOND HAND 60 SAW VAN fffiKLE
" . jUwitf. '.. .-'H WIM.KLE wjljlj Goanenscr^
ire ^-rfft^mcm'tio7ied above have h?e? worked
over,, All worn parts replaced vroa^now'
^^^Kj anet OAJ-OV ?-OJ. O U. aranteed TO Gt ria xw
July 14, 1904.
Our 3^?To^7v Ijiiie
-TUE DIRECT WAY
BENNETTSVILLE ? CHER AW R. R.
S ff<J*lBOA KIP
Leave Bennottsville *7.00 a. rn., 4 00 p. m.
Arrive Cheraw *7.50 a. m., 0.00 p. m.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
. * Direct connections at Cheraw with through trains to
the North, East, South and West.
Thc short lino and quickest time to Wilmington, Charlotte, Atlanta,
Raleigh, Uiolunond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, i\cw York,
Boston. Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North and Bast.
The short linc and quickest lime to Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa, Montgomery, New Orleans and all points South and West.
For further information call on J. T. MEDLIN, ngent Bennettsville & ^
Cheraw R. lt.. Kenncttsville, S. C., or address JOS. W, STEWART
T. P A., SEAUOARD AIR LINE KV., Columbia, rf. C.
CHARLIES P. STEWART, A. (J. I'. A . S.A L. Ky, Savannah, (?a.
Practical Pharmacist and Dealer in
pure |Q)rug8 luid patent ^cdiciiij
Plain and Fancy Stationery and School Sup?
?9 V HA JftA0U|
GLASS and PUTTY.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCOjL^
Prescriptions carefully compounded at (Ul hour
and guaranteed tu be of ike Turest Drum dud ul
full line barden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thanh/ul for ?mal liberal j>alronagc we solicit a conti'nuanceof" s p ?/?
J, T, DOUGLAS & IP,
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