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. BENNETTS YILLE, S. C.
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^OWN W? COUNTY NEWS^
Wf?% APRIL ll, I860.
MOON'S l'RABEB FOB APRIL.
Full Moon. 5(1. 3U. 24m. M
Last Qmvrtor.I2d. 4I1. Sin. M
Now Moou.19a. 2b. s mw M
First Quarter.26d. lob. 31m. M
A HIGH COMPLIMENT.
Dr. Johu W. Oorbott, ?o-i of Uov. W. li
Corbett, of our town ha? boon clouted
Moyer of Caradon for two yeera from April
ist.
SENTENCE COMMUTED.
Jumes Thoniae, who was conviotod at
thu September term of court in 18SS bu
fore Judge Aldrich for cow Htcaling omi
sentenced to ftvo y oars io tho penitentiary,
luis lind hts sentence commuted.
DEATR'H DOINGS.
Tho rrio:d8 of Mr. J. P. Swot c and fai
Hy nympatlljoO with there in thu lusa of
their littto baby girl Hattie-aged 18
months. Tho funeral norvioon took place |
on tho 8tli nt tho family burying grounds
near thc residence.
TWO FORTHE PRICE OF ONE.
We aro pleased to announce that aftur
this week we nindi bc able to oller tho
DuMoonvr with thc Charleston Weekly
World for 81.60, As thia is campaign
your no intelligent voter can read too |
much. .
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i'KOTEOTIOJti TO l-'ISH.
lt mny not ho generally known, but it is |
n. law, that Friday and Satin day n ee i?
toothill dnj'H for fish, nod those who drag
seines on thone dava violate the law, and
are liable to heavy linen. A word to thc
wine in sull'iciont.
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EREE OFFER 'IO FARMERS.
Mr, J. Drake, tho champion oom
raiser of South Carolina, has loft a lot of
need corn with Mr. W. P. Covington, nt
Mr. EverettH wholesale warehouse, to be
distributed among tho farmers of Marlboro,
who desire to %ot }" j,?8 8CC(j, Call al
one.) and pct nomo for planting now aud
raino your seed coin for ucxt yonr-free.
- - .
AN OMISSION CORRECTED.
In publishing tho list, ot tho members of
tho Mnriun District Conferonco hint week
the naines of tho following brethren wore
accidentally omitted from tho list of ox
oDicio members ?ont us : S. H. Zimmer -
* viii. . r M< CM h .'..I th. IV Not von lin?!
M.? i [J ROAD 11 .'..b'.-ciii \V \
M. v. Tm ii-?, of Pi.fi ty Mill, t.pro ?
. .. tth'; ? . iH'Ufvdh) lio.i Society Hil) '
Railroad, has boen canvassing our town
this week to securo a little balan?a of sub?
Hcription wanted before organizing tho !
company, which will bo dono in a few
days. Wo sincerely hope ho will succeed,
and that wu will got tho road thin fall,
which is vtiry probable
A NEW llRIDGE.
Wo woro shown a plan of tho now
bridge ordered by thc Commissioners over
Gum Swamp ono dny laut wcok, and real
ly thfuk tho authorities should combine
and pince ano just liko it ovor Crooked
Creek on Gheraw road. Tho pinn is the
work of ft noted Railroad Bridgo Imildor
of North Carolina and desorvc? a passing
notice
EASTER SERVICES.
This ehrihtiau festival was celebrated
with becoming interest by tho Methodists
of our town. Thc church was mont beau
tifully trimmed" .by the Indica on Saturday,
Thc day though cool was a bright and
clear one mid tho attendance at tho ohurch
wtts largo. Tho pastor, Itev J. Walter Dan
iel, preached, an able sermon on thc Gen
oral Resurrection, at tho oloso of which
thc sncramonts of tho Lord's Supper
woro administered and conoludcd the
morning eorviee.
PERSONA!,.
General William E. Jame.*, a moat esti
mable friend from Darlington, who lilla
moro oiucos than any other mun in tba
State, carno over on Monday OB Grand
Chancellor of tho Knight? of Pythias to
visit tho lodge here and organizo a now
one at Tatum Station Tuesday night,
Mis? llosa Townsend, of A Ikon, i? visit
ing relative? nod friends in IiouncttsvMln,
Sha is now tho guest of Mrs. T. W
1 loudlier.
Wo worn pl?:iuitu! to ?co ou our nt rent s
on Monday Mr. Simeon Gibson, who has
been no ill for nome timo. Hin friend?
were glad to see him out again.
MARRIED.
On Wednesday afternoon, April 2d, 1800,
by Rev. h. M. Hamer, Mr. J. M. Swann
and Mitti Fannie howls, daughter of W. S.
Lewis, of Monti ty Spot-nil of Marlboro.
Thin happy couple have tho hearty good
wichen of tho DEMOCRAT for a long lifo
and nil U10 good tilinga imaginable.
On Thursday afternoon, April ;,rd, [Soo,
at tho residence of thc bride's parents, by
Kev. W, K. I.roodon, Mr. Charlen P.
Hodges, of Brownsville, and Mien Josio
Breedon, eldest daughter of J. L Droodon,
Krq., ot [lennottavillo.
Tho happy couple, with invited guests,
left immediately for Rro.vn"Villc, where a
Humptuona itifair awaited them at tho
rcsiduauo of Air?. Hodges.
. . Jennings' Terry Syrup the bent
remedy for Dynnntory, for ?alo ut Jen
ninga* I'linmincy,
I-'AUl ASSOCIATION.
Ii) accordance with tho notices publish
od in tho DEMOCRAT RH enthusiastic
mooting waa hold in tho ("oort House on
Monday last to tako tho initial ?tupa look?'
io-/ io tho oigani/.atiou ol' an Agricultural
and Mechanical Fair ABHOO?U'JOII tor M irl
boro county.
Tho mooting waa called lo order by
Col. Knox Living ton. who In a ?hort
Bpoooh Htatcd tho object of tho mooting
and moved for temporary organization,
Hon. W. I). Evans an Ctiairmou and Mr.
Claronco F, Moore UH Sc<!rclnry. Thc
gentlemen promptly responded and thc
Chairman declared tho mooting ready for
business. *
Col. Knox Livingston then offered tho
following resolutions which were adopted :
Resolved, That a commit co eonaisting
of ono mcmhor from each township of the
comity ho appointed to canvass tho saine
to iscortdin tho amount of ?tock that will
bo taken, each eharo to bo of the par
vah?o of Five Dollar?.
Resolved, That a committee of flvo bo
appointed to draft a constitution anti by
laws for thc govcrnivont of tho Ansooia
tiou.
Resolved, That when this mooting ad
journ, it ?laud adjourned to Monday,
April 2tot, noxt, when said committees
shall make a report.
lu acoordanco with theso resolutions
the Chairman appointed tho two commit
tees as follow? :
CANVASSING CO M M ITT KB,
Atiamsville-J, II. Oreen.
liennott?vilio - C. F. Mooro,
lirownsvillo-R. II. HodgCB.
Clio-George R. WCIHII.
Hebron-George Crosland.
Red Illult- J. J. liane.
Red Hill- Z. J. Drako.
Smithville- R. M. Pegues,
ittightsvillo-E. If. Stafford, A. Y.
Moore, honorary.
COMM1TTKK ON CONSTITUTION AND
UY LAWS.
Knox Livingston. Willis Turlington, |
Dr. T. W. Bouobior, .J. ll David,
\V. li. Thomas.
Thc meeting thou adjourn** ? 's i:'
benediction of every omi pu aout, all ot'
whom BOO iii ed delighted With il . . .;? .
Tho ol.jcct is ono that com mem! ;il
to every ono who fools an ?nter? ? in tho
growing prosperity of our town sud couu
ty. And it is hoped and bolievcd that idl
who aro thus interested will respond to
tho call of tho committee ab 01100, and
timi au amount suilloient to icon rc the
gronndB and put up tho nooessary build
ings for tho full exhibition will bo raised
by tho meeting on tho 2ist, at which time
tho organization will bo perfected and
steps taken to go forward with tho work.
All that wo have talked with are in sym
pathy with thc movo. Come, thou,
frhiKls, and give il a push with one, two
or five ?hares, and success will bo af Sured.
If tho committoo fail to seo you by tho
2ifit, come to tho meeting mid show by
your presence thal you want tho ontoi
priso.
,S t; * ! ?V CH .>.'Si;.
M ?1 UK tiling tirJ'uii ter the oi.rni.' Mit.ioti
ot" a Ui.n Club, \prll j th, Mi i ?? ,
Kvaiis v.r.? ?ti il al btu (bair, mil] A. A.
Diifiim fctiuetttud to uuo uh Scot Olary.
Tho following resolution was adopted :
That a called mcoting be held Friday,
April 19th, at 3 o'clock, at thc otilen of T.
I. Roger?, for tho purpose of pnrinauonb
organization, election of olHccrs, adoption
of constitution and by-laws. Tho follow
ing committee was appointed on constitu
tion and by-laws: T. S. Evans, A. A.
Bristow, VJ. W. Evans, T. I. Rogers,
DnuglaB Jenniugs.
T. S. EVANS, President.
A. A. BRISTOW, Secretary.
April 7th, i890.
AN OLD STORY.
Whotl a mau says ho feels drowsy in
thc spring, that his digestion is bad, and
that ho don't fool well generally, ho
knows that bc needs .something to give
tone to his system, to purify ht.-* blood
and put his liver in proper condition to
perform ibo duties of organic life. He
goos to his physician with this same ?ol '
.story year alter your and lUo phyMOiai
prescribes a tonic and alternativo- Tito
best tonic in a case like this ia Dr Wost
moreland's Culisaya Tonic. It auls
charmingly on ibo liver, purifias ti.
blood and strengthens tho system for its
daily work- This great inodieino can bo
bought at Jctiiiinga' Pharmacy und J. T.
Douglas' Drug Store for fiO obs, nud $1
a bottle.
NEW OUI.KANS, Feb. 27, 1888.
This is to cortify (hal after tokitig ono
jug of Microbe Killer I was pcimanontly
cured of a severe attack of bronchitis
mid pulmonary inllannnation, liait) illness
having resisted all methods of medical
treatment. I cheerfully recommend
Wm. lindum'.s Microbe Killer as being
more than is claimed for it.
11 EN ft Y V. MIKMJY, 77 Camp st.
For sale by J. T. Douglas, Solo Agent.
CRITICISING A YOUNG LADY.
"Sho would bo a pretty girl but for
ono thing."
"What's that," asked Charley, knock
ing thc audios off of his telephone cigar.
(j'corgc-"Ncr fuco is alway? covorcd
with purple nod red blotches."
Ch a Hoy-"Oh, timi's easily enough
disposed of. Used to bo tho samo way
myself, but I caught on to tho trouble
ono day and got rid of it in no time."
Oeorgo-"What waa it?"
Charley-"Simply blood eruptions.
Took a shod course of F. F. F. j prickly
ash, poko root and potassium'] I tell you
its tho boss blood corrector.
Tho governor had lthoutnatism so had
that you could hear bim holler clear
aotoss tho county every limo ho moved.
Ho tried it and you know wlutt an ath
letic old gent ho is now. If somebody
would only give Miss Daisy a pointer sho
Would thank thom afterwards.
All Ibo drug stores sell it.
Lippmun's Fyrafugo is tho great?
ost Chill and Fovor, Dumb Aguo and
Malaria euro in (ho world, eradicates tho
disease every time
LOCAL DOTS.
?toms of interest G-athorod Hore
and Tlioro and Brio?iy Notod.
-A i UH?.] ?lu?.', Willi KU loi) iii
Smithville ii fow. dava since.
-Tho elms and oaks aro putting
on their coatB of green.
-Tho picnic season approaches,
I and ive aol, now lodge several invitations,
-Tho semi-annual examination
of touchers in tho publie no'.iools wai held 1
on Friday and Saturday.
-Tho regular quarterly meet
ing of the County Alliance wan held at the
Court on Friday lust.
- The editor has a had case of
tho "big hoad"--severe cold-willoh will
account for short clinings this wook.
- Four whites and six colored
tcuohers mado applications to the Roard
of KxnmhicM on Friday and Saturday for
cirtificntos to tench.
- Those handsome suits al
IilllSTOW & liVKRKTT's aro uow reiuly foi
inspection.
-Cotton and com aro going into
tho ground lively now. Thc early plan
ters havo small fields of both ready for
work now.
- Thc DEMOCRAT sympathises
with Mr, Charley Jordan in tho loss ot* his
tine, hay horse, which il ??ut on Saturday
night fiom soino unknown canne.
- New Orleans Molasses 35 to
65c per gallon nt Wnddill's.
-Tho Town Council ut ivip
tho sidewalks ou Main Si reel ni< li:
up. This ls a long needed hopi mei
anii ono tho* will he appreciated by all,
(specially in \i \ ?vi nther.
- Voting i!\ ui, Gunpowder
lind Oolong Teni only 5000t Waddill's.
Tl iti;Hallmoht for pension
. i l ui m \cd and they can now oall on
. ? 11 r wot thy Clerk of Court, Mr. C. M.
\V? ubhorly, and gel. their portion.
- Fr?vih butter every doy at
tho Coxe Storo.
- l'art jes wanting to plant a
crop cf tito Ribbon oana can get ti small
supply of 2000 stalks now 011 hand. Apply
at thia elli oe at once.
- Have you taken any tha?es
in tho Fair Association':1 IE not call on the
agent in your township and by nil means
havo ono or more.
Frosh Cream Choose cheap,
at Waddill's.
- O u r ii r s t contribution of
Spring poetry appears this week, and n on
, th?) nil absorbing topic-- t 0 nomination of
Mr. Tillman. Wc hnvo another for our
next, entitled "A Roys first day nt School/'
- A fresh supply of canned
good.', at thoso remarkably low prices, at
! Wa'.
? I'rut! vt bj?, v li.iii '.tl rub i ut 1 r
?ve., ian bu ?i I ibu d fj??pi 1 \ ?tn bindi v .
.S:\loilllC'",, WhO Wilt I ' \. .1 ju ,, j l>'
O.a.vs. Tin y aie ito.v in ? ?il '.'..tiility.
- OHL C. C). McCall illlH HUM cu
from hin Marlon stroot ?-toros to hts hand
nome briok building on Front Street, whore
tho public are iuvitcd to call and seo him
in Iiis now quarters
- Tobacco '25 to 50 cts per lb.
nt Wnddill's.
- Salosduy in April, with thc
exception of tho interest manifested in
thc organization of a Pali Association, WUK
a dull ono. Tho Sheriff sohl ono piece
of property nod Mr. Carson had his usual
auotiou sales. Items of interest wero few,
and yo local "turned in" nt an early hom.
- Fresh "Water-Ground Moul
15 cents n peek or $1.12 for 2 bnahol Back
nt Waddill's.
- Mr. ?Tames P. Campbell has
moved into his new ind beautiful store, in
"MC?Af.ij BLOCK," whoro he is enabled
to show off his bountiful spring goods to
bettor ndvnotngo. His spring suits, hats
.. i! 'ow quirted HIIOOS for gents uro
j "hoi hy ' Cnll and tako n look.
Mo?si.<. T M. Robertson and
. I ?.. i. . .^Hing this county in
int . if I'ota nu Hill "Savories, looa tod
nenr v. .. ... ..'., J. an Lindley
proprietor, l'?i ? - - - -. r ? .. ?. < oin haue
reliable stock for Mu orel ad ?ii .
eau do no hotter than ^ il-..a
their ord ors.
- A full line of Lain;
Carden Seed and Onions at J. T. Doit;;
Drug Store.
- Prof. Fowell is back again
at II?B post, after making his "finit round"
to Hebron and Clio, whoro ho lins been
just scooping in orders for stonoil plates,
key chocks, watch charms, umbrella plates,
ito. Ho says ho wes much pleased with
that delightful country, mid wan novur
hotter troatcd in all ids lifo. Wo knew
ho could not help but say to when ho rc
tm ned.
- Goose-neck Cotton Hoes 35c.
rt Waddill's.
Insure your Houses
againt fire, lightning,
cyclones and wind
storms.
For further particulars apply to
ll. I\ JOHNSON, Agent,
Rennettsville, S, C.
March y st, 1890.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.-? have been
aillicted with ki ('noy trouble f-r over a
year. I commenced using Microbe Killer
ut your suggestion. I havo not finished
my hccontl jug and nm completely cured.
Yours respect fully,
(Us. JJ. WKI.CII,
Chuko & Welch, Printers, 121* Walnut
street.
Ker sale by J. T. Douglas, Sole Agent.
KN 1UHTS OF I I 'I AM.
A 1.0 DOIS OK.'.ANl/FU ?N 'J !i K l.tTTLK I
TOWN OF TA I ;; .
On Monday !ti\errio:>n < d did dhan-I
..,n_- \?' t.i t"..,_^ .r- "...
t\.liv>i, ?t . J.llllC"?, .\. , nulli
Darlington and made Oil anthe Lodge
ot" our town an official visit that night
and on Tuesday nltcrnoon h?, together
with members ol the lodge at ;i>i!. -dace,
wont out to Tatum Station and i 'salu
ted a lodge of eighteen chm ter members.
After thc initiation the lollowinp ol fleers
were duly elected to set vc lot thc ensu
ing term :
C. A, McAllister, P. (.. r.
W. P. hester, P. C. Jr,
Pr. ,J. C. McKenzie, 1
])r. J. H. Reese. V. C.
li. 1). Hamer, Prelate.
J. II. McCJilvray, M. A.
,1. L. Tatum, M. V.
J. II. Mitchell, M. V,,
Wi H. McLaurin, K. o' K. k ?S.
Thc Inside and Outside t. ia rds Will
be appointed al next mt'-ti og.
Tim following is a comp i ' ol the
charter members :
J ll Reese, J P Hamer .) 0 McKen*
zte, h 1> Hamer, J ll M< ''?tay, J I I
Mitchell, C A McAllister, ',. Kay, T
R Hamer, J A Stanton. 1 li M ?Rae,
John McAllister, .] L Ta I um 1 Vu tcher.
W T Hrccdcn, ll H . n, WU
McLaurin, VV P Lester.
The lodee will be known ? M i-lhoro
Lo Ige, No. 2S.
? ?MllOi.i ..; tl lr KT.
\vi regret lo ?carn th Cecil j
tj.-osi i v?. .vin <? ! 'ur cpl uUiij, j
w.'iij . ? .' i K ;.n I In. !eg - .' bivi! :
??i uo Monday last and .-,< ( i . > iiurt- 1
disabling his leg and cooli ni ig dm to
his bed. Ui eat pity I he clubs
were not forbidden on t: * pl . urounds
of our schools.
-?.
Do You Wimt ix Diary fji Ul' P
Wo hove just soon lin i thin;?.
Eludant bindi ig, that wi di . M out of
placo in tho handsome- . - loom,
linc paper, iden ty bf ri . oi entries
cvory day in tho year, f-, icnl <. .ns for
tho weather and thornioinolo '?? nstro
nomtotd information, soon.1' of j ikes with
the genuino old timo ii bout them,
pictures by Pi.liner Cos, nod ut- > oMicr
usoinl and ontertaining mattel too i; amor
ous to mention. Tho l c I oing.
Such is tho August Flov aud 0 m?an
Syiup Alinahao for 1890. \nd . li hilted
free too liy every Drujgi I ur. I) tor in
Medicine, or mailed frt to ayo o on
application. Ask for one it 0, or
drop a postal to C. ?. Oteen 1 bury,
N. J., u. s. A , and be : . men'
ti on this paper.
-- . - ? ? .
Clinton P. Jackflon '.vas
convicted of murder 01 ' mimer
tenn of court, and . . > 1 ppeiileii
to thc Supremo ("our foi 10w
,, i i-T.'itotlord M >'?d?.V
1 ..;?.. 1 iii;, L?i Lo i if),) . ?' . lit"
; Ui\y\ ' lite mad.i u'ie ,v .?>. ,. toticli
ring i'Mii:'.v!. . wbcfi ??VM ? h .r
.1 ; {<.:?? i!" ho ' ?t;l ui.yl.l.?P. to .?.uy,
j (lui - :ni"'-mitv .irl-c.l lili) )'
of all. After iii? rom tr q ie ti
number of in?lucntiiil i Li'v ign
od hi? petition nskin?.'; tl ri l ii;vernor
to chango bis Benton co I ; Iii im
prisonment in tho pi ?lc tiary,
il/?- 'i\ ii x.
Is Consumption Incurable?
Read the following: Mr, . ' Mor
ris, Newark, Arl:., z?.y : down
wd'h Abscess of Lungs, .ii ! . and
physicians pronounced 1 u: a ? nable
Comsuinptlvc. llegan ti- ig .ing's
New Discovery lor Qt ivdihipi am
now on my third bott lc, n id . ' le to
oversee the work of my lari > thc
finest medicine ever math
Jesse Middlewart, .' 1 I Sib,
says: "Had it not bee: 1er I ng's
New Discovery for Cons.. iii I would
have died ol Lung Tro ul ' \ given
up by doctors. Am no cst ol
health.'.' Try.it, Hamp . eat
Jennings' Pharmacy,
flW Wc havo just rece vi d . how ?itoolc
of Ziegler Bros. 81i OPS ( r.adios,
(iontlcinen, Misses and ? hil lion, '?.'heno
shoos aro unequaled for d.yln lp iii 1 du
rability. Wo havo been aol I i thom now
for a number of yours iii hav never yot
had a singlo complaint, P .< 1 you want
a good shoo, a comfortn 1 : shoo, and nt
liv ic lUti'S 1 ni ul ly 0 'ni gel
/IK'?i mi for i il
Lt H H TO \i IT.
lUiii.h t,jj r\i>.
SAcitA.MKNTo, CAI.., \pf.l so.
Ii. L. Goddard it Co.. u Rad
urn's Mjorobo Killi i
Gentlemen- My NOII, UI ii years
old. was eared willi lc.<f thin ? . gallon
of Radam's Microbe Ki r, a'Ur being
given up by phy.?iciaii!s . 1 hld, with
enlargement ol' the heart. My syil'a was
also cured of a .severe1 hilt! i nublo,
after a failure on tho , uri hf p) vsiciatis
to relievo her. .1 conside; il Hu' uporior
to all known remedies.
R. Il ?11 ' . itiei?;
For salo by J. T? Doti j do Agent.
muiuwuxauuuMimi??. . .x-i ?? ?.-mmruftttr,
UNCLAIMED LKTTJ ?S
DlCNNllTTSVn.1.1: Post' Ol'FICK,:*]
MAUI,nono Coi stv, S.. C., v
ipr i , li] i i<jo, j
No. i-Pinkncy Di '.ni- ,i
2- P. Mooro
3- -Joe Itichtn u 11
4- -W. D. Sin
When you call for any f the nbovo let
ters, please state thai 1 Inn benn ad
vertised. Ono c^nt ia .?,1 ?! for each
lotter advertised,
T. L. I ItOSI VNI), P. M.
NOTICE OF FIHitl. DISCHIGE!
[VtOTlCK is hereby given:ll 1 on Tues
?1 day, April 2211 I, 1.) . I will apply
to the Honorable Probate Judge ol'
Marlboro county loi 1 final discharge as
Guardian l'or Marv (Ihavi.s Lainey and
Willie Chavis. 1.1.1 ' MAVIS.
March 22, 189(1 (Jiiardian.
Ol' TUE CONDITION Ol'
THE BANK Ol? MARLBORO,
At dos? of bufcitu'fcs noel for quarter
ending Mnroh 31, 1?00, ami In conformity
with Ant of douerai Assembly.
ASSETS,
fjoatiH und DUcouuis.
Duo from other Banks ...
Furniture nod ftxtnros. ...
Cash.
$164,784.19
0,260
740 76
_14,?25.24
$185,810.19
LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock mid Surplus....
Duo Depositors . .,,.
Eilis Payable.
Duo to other Danke.
Dividend No. 6.
Undivided prouts.
$60,000
87,83330
24,583 io
1,095.27
2,000
10,298,52
$185,810 19
j'rii OAUOIIINA I
? County, j
STATU ol' Sou'i
Marlboro
Poruonnlly comes boforo mo J. H.
Darnos, Cashier of tho above named Rank,
who upon oath soys that tho foregoing
statoinont is truo and c?ircct to tho bout
of his knowledge and bolief.
Subscribed and H worn to boforo mo this
April i, 1890.
J. H. BARNES, Cashier.
T. W. Bouci i nen, [(i,. B.~j
Notary Publie.
Attest :
C. S. MoCALL, I
I!. H. NEWTON,
D. D. MCCOLL.
DiroototH.
io ; i SI'lUN< .A WNO disinfect
your pieintKOK and til v'..*.ir.
-FLATT'S CR LOU I DES,
Chloride Limo, ... 1 mid ; lb, hovim,
25 c< nts t. pint;,
. r>.
Carbolic Acid.
JENNINGS PUAUM
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World-Budget Co.
Charleston, Hi C.
M ART. ON DISTRICT.
8EC0KD HOUND 181)0,
Lilt lo Peo ftV.o Mission, Providence, " 21.
Donnettsvill<tt Station, '* 22, 2T}.
Brightsvillc, Antioch, April 5, 6.
v >, V.uilhoi i, SMtuV Trida r. May o
Ui.Mih'doi, /AUI,, May 10 11
Ciir;, IJ-.itUl hem, May r-7? 18
A. .'. STOKI?.V i' iii
A?U'Vf' AM.'M Ol?wi VIVS. t*?f l.r ,"il%J; i J.VM/l fJlfWMipJfli
Absolutely Pure.
This powder nevor vario-?. A marvel
or purity, strength ?md wholefloiucncr .;.
Move eeonomicitl than the prdinuty
kitr-ds, and cannot he sold in competition
wi di tho multitude of low lost, .-hort
wei?hr,alum orphosphni.. powder.'', ""fid
otile-jn nan*, ll OY Al " ' 'MNC L- >Ws
OK If. CO , ? Ur? Wall Y Y
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EVERY LADY WANTS
Is a new NEW DRESS of the best and
most iashionablc goods and prettiest
pattern, with trimming, hat and gloves
all to match, and you will lind all thee
in rich profusion at
R, L. Kir li wood & Co'r,.
Our i tock of Hats and Montieth
surpass any which has ever been offer
ed in this section, anti our prices nie
ns low as you 01111 purchaso same
good? in any market, This tl epa rh.?
mont is in ehj>rgo <,f an cxporicncctl
MILLINER from tho city of Balti
more, who will ?rjvc satisfaction JU
every pn rt icu la r.
will be carried on in the store by a
lady of expert jnoe. Call nod exam
ine our ?look anti pee bow complete it
is. Relieving that wc eau give satis
faction in ev< ry particular, all wo ask
is a trial.
R. ti. KIRKWOOD .t CO.
March LL, 181)0.
50 Bbl?, n. sw orop N. O. MOLASSES,
all grades, fo r salo low.
BRISTOW & EVERETT.
March 14, 1890.
in?un.' i* HVIIV
Tho vuHt burden ot'poverty nuder
which wo are staggering is mainly
duo to tho appropriation of public
sorviees, of social rights, by
individuals who neither can nor
do render an equivalent for thom
to their follow citizetiH. That is tho
moaning of monopoly. Monopoly,
whether created yesterday or tlio
hoir loom of ages, is nothing loss
than n lax on all present and
futuro productions of tho laud in
in which it nourishes.
TO STIMULATE
-DURING THE
SPRING 4 MONTHS
I Will Soil ? a Small Aime* Above Cost,
You cnn buy any article I have
in stock at very low figures. It
will pay you to call and see rae.
New Orleans Molasses, 35 to G5c.
Cuba " 40c.
?.3 lbs. Granulated Sugar for $l.no.
14 lbs. C Sugar for $1.00.
OFPEE, 20 to 23ac.
JU CK fi to 71c. peril).
TEA, 25e. (o 7dc. per lb.
I) i ? .CUR, $4.25 per bbl.
TOBACCO 25c, to 05c. per lb.
2 lb. Can Tomatoes, 8ie; 3 lb. 10c.
2 lb. Ouu Corn, Oe.
Sardines, 5c; Sardines in Mustard, i?c
SALMON, 19c.
Dried apples, Gie
LADIES BUTTON SHOES, 85c.
Former Price, $1.25.
LADIES LACE SHOES, 85c.
Former Price, $1.25.
LADIES BUTTON SHOES, 1.50.
Former Price, 2.00.
LADIES BUTTON SJIOKS, 1.20.
Former Price, 1.50.
Gents Congress Gaiters, $2.25
Former Price, 3.00
Gents Congress Gaiters, 1.35
Former Price, 1.75
C?cn'.k T?oglish Tio, TM
1'orme) Price, l./?
r?fc'?"J Brogan*; . .0?
Former Pri?e, . 1 .Sf
dieu o Shoi.v?, ,9(
Former Price, 1.2?
CALI AND SEE ME.
G. W. Waddill
I'obruary 5th, 1890.
LIFE
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OP TI IE
HOS. JEFFERSON DM
- CY -
MRS. JEFFERSON DAVIS.
To br Sold by Subscription Only.
t / tus and complete outfi
fr>i ca -ill be ready immediate
ly
f*' v>' AuKNTS. wishing desirable ter
j ritory on this great work will pleas
. :uI0 ress, as soon as possible, the pub
I lisi?is. BKLFOKO COMPANV,
I 8.^22 East 18th St. New York
AT CLIO, S. C.
WE respectfully announce to tb
public that we are running
Shop at Clio, where we will make an
repair Kum itu re, make Coffins of a
sizes cheaper than can be bought an;
where in the country. Good work ari
low prices our motto. Satisfaction gua
an teed.
J3(?y- Doors, Sash and Blinds mai
to order cheap.
STOAE & BARRINGER.
Keb. Otb, ifr-'oo.
Notice to Overseers
miIE OAM?USEERS ovor tho publ
?JL highways in Marlboro County a
hereby notified to slake off thoir respe
ti ve roads tho width required hy ln\
] Any ono plowing in or otherwise obstrue
?inir faid highways aro to be at onco ri
ported to tho Bonni of Count v Co til hit
Honers. J T. COVINGTON,
J, C. (JAM PB ELL,
RA IPORD (URSON
County Commissioners M. <
Attest :
T. \V. Bouchier, Clerk.
Feb ft, 1890.
flftyT Send your Job Printing to tl
? Democrat omeo.
m* For CHILLS AND FEVER u
Lippman'B Pyrafugo. It is a good lou
\ and a suro euro.
CHI"?,n.t. ^ATLftNTAiefl 4^CAL.??'ICistfl
CT.k?'Jia.M?. llXIJQBBSjSBf? UAUAS.TEX.
Agent "Wanted!
Address
Tho Now Homo Sowing Muohiuo Co.,
25 Whitehall street,
Atlanta, Uu.
Maroh 7, 1890.
And Keep iL If not,
TO WHOM
M
As 1 have ii large lot of sea
soned material on baud now
I am prepared to make
WAGONS AND LOG CARTS
cheaper than ever before, at
short riotiqo,
-REPAIRING
Done in thc very best manner, on
reasonable terms, lor spot c ish only.
T Mon n Rn ?in OPS !
i?i?'XU VK MK A ?Al Lii tm
MbOoll, 8. C.
Fob rn nv 5, 18(10.
I am now prepared to buy or soil Hoal
Estate in Marlo. .0 Parties wishing to
buy or sell, will clo well to confer with mo,
or write tue at Blenheim, S. C., bo foro
making sales or purchaser.
A. J. MATHESON.
July 1, 18811.
-HA VIO YOUR
JOB PR?NTING
-DONE AT
The Democrat Office.
FAIR NOTICE.
To Ute Fnrmors ol' Marlboro mid
ami Surrounding Country.
le
With 'JO years experience in Cotton
Gi.i Ropati'ing, 1 think 1 cnn saltly say
I hut l know my bu-inc-s and propuso lo
bold tho licld. T fi!' boxes, repair bi sbes,
trna up journals ami put tho mac incry
in (h'st'Class ordo . I giuirunlco .. i*(ac
(ion, Partios Winning work d' honhl
not walt too lon?, as I univ bo ctowdjd
when i hov might want mo. I lar.it work
10 and I "JA cont.-; machino work 5 cents
a ?aw. Seht) in vonr orders carly.
JACKSON MJCLTON,
Mat ol? 1, 180O. Hcnncithvillc, 8. C.
io
Executor's Notice,
All and singular thc creditors of thc
estate ot ,Jolm Covington, deceased, are
hereby notified to present their claims
duly attested, and all indebted to tba
sanio will make immediate payment to
either of thc undersigned.
< 'Anot.IN!.; COVINGTON,
T.UISTR?M COVINGTON,
WILLIAM F, KINN LY,'
March ll, 1890. Kxecutors.
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v Commutation Tax.
rp HE Booka for tho collection of tho
X Commuta?ion Tax is now open at
tho Clerk and frccsuivr'r Olllce in tho
Court House, and will romain open
until thc 3 5th tia) oi'Mny, aller which
tinto they will bo closed (ititi tho pon
alty rubied.
MILTON M?LA?KIN,
April 2, 181)0. Clerk & Treas.

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