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FRIDAY. APRIL % 1890. BY S. A. BROWN & Co. SI?EI?P A N I) TIlKIll TOI50KS HOW PROTECTED WOOL RESTRICTS THE MANUFACTURER. No Citrpttt Wool IM Gi ow ll in tho United States-Manufacturer* ?ii nut A l wu j H lin ve Aunt rallan Wool lo Malro Fino Dr.'SS (loo UH-How l'i<it< <Him Cut* Itotli Way?. Wool is ti Htaplo of infinito variety, No two sheep, oven of tho sanio breed and pasturing on tito same grass land, will .vield fleeces Unit will brine; exactly the Kamo price. So with brcedB of sheep and their nat ural pasturage. A hundred sheep tiru transported from Saxony to Yorkshire, j England. In a few years' time tho line merino wool of tho Saxon sheep will either bo considerably coarser iii quality or lighter in weight. Experience in sheep breeding luis taught the wool growers of the world that certain localities aro host suited for curtain breeds ol' sheep, lt does not fol low that any of these breeds should be of ti previously known variety. The great Hooks of Australia are the result of many crosses between the different vu .i- VntrUiilt mid ii? Wwi v ??.>>? riOUCd Ul l.UgUU? UHU v?..tO?J ....C~r. Tho locality of thu sheep run lias much i to do with the value of tho I leece. In England, where tho pasture is like a garden lu wu and where the shepherd bus not too many sheep to attend to, the fleece is comparatively nco from dirt or artificial impurities. On the other bund, fleeces coming from tho Argentine Re public are noted for tho number of burrs knotted ill them. This makes a serious dijlcrcncu in Ibo price paid for tho wool. Sheep were fast brought to tho United Stilles in 1G0?). Exactly 200 years after ward the flrut important consignment of merino sheep arrived here. Unlimbered '1,000. Silice theil tho merino and Eng lish strains hu ve been blended in nil tho flocks in this country. In nome respects the climate of the eastern halt of the United Stales is un titled for rearing sheep in greatest per fection. Tho extremes of beat and cold tiro too great. In moist, equable cli mates sheep never drink water, but quench their thirst willi succulent grass. Lambs are shorn for the iii.si. time when they uro eight months old. Tbis shearing is called the "llrst clip," and commands a higher price relatively than any subsequent. The weight of a first clip fleece is not usually moro than three pounds, and often less limn this weight. England seems to bo the only densely populated country in tho world where sheep farming is carried on successfully. Tho groat sheep runs of Australia hilve only their owners und shepherds nour I'hem. So also in Ibo Argentino Repub lic, nod in Texas the inhabitants near sheep pasturages are much fewer than in other parts of these countries. To some extent sheep raising appears to biive been almost ti pioneer exploit in this country. In 1808 there were 88,000, 000 sheep east of tho Mississippi river. In 1888 the numbonwna reduced to l?l, 000,000. Even these 13,000,000 do not bhow a fair average, for an undue pro portion of thom aro in tho twenty-eight \ counties of Ohio which form a natural sheep pasture. Vor one reason or other, other states between tho Ailaut io and the Mississippi river bu VC given up largely tho raising of sheep. In tho prosperous farming state of Iowa dairy farming luis been found moro profitable. Illinois raises dairy products, too, us well as corn and wheat on former sheep pasturo lauds. At tho presenl limo the great wool grow ing states, excepting Ohio, aro in order a? follows: California, Texas, New Mexi co territory und Oregon. Three of these aro practically frontier states; tho fourth, California, in its eli mato resembles Aus tralia. According to the report of the agri cultural department tho total number of sheep in tho United States'iii 1888 was 4!!,.') 14,755. These yielded a total wool clip of ?101,070,121 pounds. Tho total quantity of unmanufactured wool im ported into this country in 18*w wa? 114, 404,17:1 pounds. Of this quantity about 81,000,000 pou ul s were for tho manu facture of carpets. Ul! t lor the tariff of 1S88 imported wools are divided into three classes, 'fliest, uro combing wools, clothing wools and car pet wools. Tho lirat two (dusses aro sub ject to it duty of ten cents n pound if thirty cents or less in value. If they aro moro t han thirty cents a pound in vu lue the duty is twelve cents a pound. Car pet wools pay a duty of two and a half cents a pound if tho value is twelve cen ls or less it pound, and live cents a pound if tho value is moro than twelve cents. These duties represent respectively ad valorem 4:1.2:1, 54.7H and ?4.08 per cent. lt is quite apparent, therefore, that tho farmer in this country is abundantly pro tected-so much so, in fact, that prudi cally no wool is exported oui of tho country. On t ?io other hand, it would not follow, if wool was protected more highly than at present that tho imports of foreign wool would bo lessoned. A.ll the wools produced ?ti tho United States are of medium grades. It is neither the very best nor the worst. Tho sheep w hich produce carpet wools have fleeces which average two and ii half to threo pounds each. This does not begin to pay tho American farmer who raises sheep for the lleeeo alone, and so that every pound of carpet wool is imported. This does away with tho 81,000,000 pounds of imported carpet wool referred to abovo. Again, the American manufacturer cannot make lino dress goods for ladies' wear from American grown wool. Uti has to pack bis trunk and go to London to tho great Australian wool salea. Thorn hu buys all tho fine wool ho requires iiho any unprotected English competi tor. "When his tine wool arrives at New York lie is glad lo sholl out 51 per cent, ad valorem duty on il, all for the sacred cause of protection! If foreign wool was admitted freo of I duty tlio farmer could not lose anything on carpet wools, because ho does not produce them. Ho would lose some-1 thing ovin- tho freu importation of Uno wools, because some of liisi wools uro now used for this purpose. lint us soon us tho American uiunufttc turors luul an unrestricted entrance to tho London market tho prico of the world's woo! clip would KU up like a rocket. Tho American Hock muster, like Ihv American wheat grower, would become au exporter. Ilia heavy, me dium grade lleeces would bring him higher prices in thu world's market than they do in Philadelphia dbw, Not only that, but ho could turn his attention to improving bis breed of sheep so ns to suit tho climate and soil on which they aro reared, instead of trying to get merino wool oil mountain sheep. THE BRITISH COBDEN CLUB. Sumo l'lcualiu'iit Amoi'lcHiiu Who lloli>ii|;c(l to lt. A favorito argument of tho high turill' "spell binders" during tho last presiden tial campaign was that tho Cobden club of London was expending vast sums of money in prdor to win tho election for Mt', Cleveland, who was in favor of a re duction in the present outrageous turill'. Although tho accusation afterward turned out lo bo a beautiful example of those who livo in glass houses throwing Stones, yet ninny pooplo in this country have not H very clear idoa ol' what thu Cobden club is ami what aro its objects. Tho Cobden club wits founded in London in 18015, Ibo year after Richard Cubilen*? death. Hs object wits to perpetuate tho memory of tho mau whose miine it boro by propagating his ?conomie theories. Us motto is, "Free trade, penco and good j will among tho mitions." Every year tho club publishes sollie work in furtherance ol' these principles. | It also awards medals for tho best essays on any subject connected with political economy to tho students of various lead ing colleges throughout tho world, in cluding Yalo and Harvard in this coun try. Unco a year tho members wdio may happen to bu in London at thu dato lixed dine together, and tho expenses of this dinner aro paid out of the club funds. With the exception of tho year ISSI, Ibo annual income of tho club hus never exceeded $10,000. In that yearn special fund of $3,800 was contributed to defray tho cost of publishing a special ?eries of works on "Systems of Land Tenure." Tho disturbed relations of landlord and tenant in Ireland al that limo called for that effort. I ; As the membership of tho Cobden club is almost entirely confined lo the classes dubbed by high tariff orators in this country "obi fogies" mid "college Hie prista,!1 it is not likely that much money Would como from that (plaiter. The lalo James A. (?arliold, tho lato Charles Sumner, the late 10. P. Whipple and thc lato Kev. Henry Ward J.cocher were members of tho Cobden ohio, At pres ent its roll bears tho names of George Pancroft, Edward Atkinson ami Hugh MoCulloch. uolin tl. Cm 1 Isl?! oit tho Ainoi'luiui Kunu or. Tho American farmer, although he cultivates the most fertile soil in the world, and ought to bc Ibo m xst prosper ous member ol' tho community, is con stantly engaged in a bard struggle to Becure a coin for labio support for hi* family and a moderate education for his children, mid to pay his taxes ami keep out of debt. This is all hu eau reason ably hope to accomplish; in a large inajoiily of cases be fails oven to do this, and, sooner or later, is compelled lo mortgage his land and reduce bis ex penditures to the lowest jiossiblo ligure. Ho luisa paternal government which has determined that certain classes of in dustry ought lo bo maintained at Hie public expense, ?ind for thirty years he luis been taxed for their support; and now after theso industries have become rich and powerful, they combine and confederate under tho names of trusts, syndicates ami pools, and dictate the lernis upon which tho people may pro curo tho necessities of lifo and carry on their business.-John C. Carlisle in Jan uary Forum. Wool KI? Slut Int Irrt. During the year 1888 lU'ly-sevey wool dealers and woolen manufact urers failed, with liabilities amounting to $.),(l.i 7,000 and assets amounting lo ? 1,070,000. This was pretty good ff om u high pro tection point of view, ns many of the? failures wore, doubtless due to the fear of Mr. Cleveland's re-election. Unfortunately, during tho year 1HS9, seventy-two wool dealers ami woolen manufacturers failed, with liabilities amounting lo $10,-11'J,OOO ami assets amount big lo $7,082,000, The failures in 1880 will, of course, be ascribed to tho mihi winter. Hut Eng land had also a mild winter, and the prosperity of her woolen and worsted mills has not been so great in ten years. Secretary Windom also baa increased tho tariff on worsteds, so that no fault can bo found on Hutt score. A plausible suggestion for tho improvement of the woolen situation would bo less protec tion and more brains. The opposite plan has had lt fair trial now. Kohhci-htH Stun- l'uilrt. There have been so many robberies of late in the suburbs of Paris that tho po lice have unearthed an old "circular," which enjoins Ibo inhabitants of the ibmlieuo, as it is Called, to close the doors of their houses and tho gates of their courtyards by ti certain hour in the evening. This, at first sight, appears to be rather an odd proceeding, as tho sub urban residents might have been expect ed under tin? ci rou instances to require no hint of this kind. The police, how ever, seem to have some particular houses in their eye, as they have learned by ox pori on co that several ol' tho burg lars whom (bey have pursued have found their way imo certain dominios, the doors of which had been left conveniently open, us if lo oller them a refuge. In fill ore. according to Ibo "circular" |ri v< .only publie establishment whoso du....i.; i i regulated by (special ordinance will bo permitted to keep their doors open a flor 0 o'clock in tho winter tnottllis.-Parte Cor. London Telegraph. If tho farmers, mechanics and laborers ot' any ono state were to aland trgethor for ono election their will cou lil not bo resisted, and il" such ri movement enid raced tho entire country a political rev olution would bo the result. JOithor or both of these situations is not impossible. WiKitins* Theory o? a Tornado. Regarding tho torondo in Ken tucky, prof. E. Stone Wiggins says il was caused by tho peculiar rolston of tli? planets to the earth, WniOii rOCKOU iii? IN Ol',1.11 J * t ittil nO like the rocking ol ii ?hip ?ii it storm. The sumo cf?ect was pro duced upon the atmosphere. I le says the sun and moon keep two currents always in motion, but when other heavenly bodies unite with the former the velocity of these currents is increased, and when their speed is sufficient they break in whirlpools, which wo call cyclones. When the .sun is South of tho equator thc Atlantic current keeps oil shore, and is very dan gerous to shipping. When however the sun mid moon happen to he on the equator and moving North wnrd this current is deflected upon the continent and breaks into cyclones. The professor says he knew that if tho Northern and Southern currents united over Nova Scotia without previously breaking into 03'clones there would be a disas trous tidal wave along the coast of Now England To Wiggins's prediction of titi groat storm is said to be due the fact that not a singh? Ciumdiun vessel was lost, all being in harbor. - - MERCURIAL, POISON. Mercury is frequently injudiciously used by <puuck doctors in cases of mala ria and blood poison. Its after efl'ect is worse than tho or?glD'1.! disease, li, 13. li. (Botanic, Blood Bal?n) contains no mer cury, but will diminuto mercurial poison fi om tho s, stein. Write lo Blood Hahn Co., Atlanta, (3a., for book nf convin cing proof of -its curative virtue A. I?. Britton. Jackson, Term., writes: '1 ennirht malaria in Louisiana, ami when thc fever ?it last broke, my sys (em was saturated with poison, and I had .?ores in my month and knots on my tomme. 1 pol two bottles B. B. B.. which bc.ilcd my totR'tlc and mouth and made a new mini of inc." Wm. Richmond, Atlanta, (ia., writes: ''My wife could hardly soo. Doctors called it syphilitic iritis. Her eyes were in a dreadful condition. Hoi- appetite failed. She bari pains in her joints and bones. Her kidneys wore deranged also and no ono (bought she could be cured. Dr. Gillam recommended H. B. B . which she used until her health was en tirely restored." K. l\ B. Jones. Atlanta, Ca., writes: "I was troubled with copper colored eruption*, loss of appetite, pain in back, aching joints, debility, emaciation, loss of bair, sore throat, and groat nervous ness^ B. B. B. put my system in linc condition." THE LADIES DELIGHTED. Tho pleasant elTect and tho perfect safetv with which ladies may uso lim liquid fruit laxative, Syrup of Figs, under all conditions make it their favorite rotn emy. lt is pleasing to tho oyo and to ibo loste, gentle, yet clTeetinl in acting on tho kidneys, liver and bowels. w. J. STEWART, lienneUsvIlle Harbor. When you wish an easy shave, As good as barber over gave, Just call on mc al my saloon, At mornimr. eve or noon; I. cut and dress tho hair with grace, To t-uit tho contour of thc face. My room is neat and towels clean, Scissors sharp and razors koon. And overyihing I think you'll find To snit tho face and pienso ibo mind And all my ait and skill can do If von just call, I'll do for you. WHOLESALE-:- DEALER-:- TN NI COFFEE, NUL.ASSESJ= GRAIN, LIME, HAIR, SALT il) FFJITILIMS, Q3?*T' O ntl and learn prices, lob. 8, I,SI io. J. T. BOt ?@J * Druggist % Pharmacist, * ?? ^?1 TA'I'UIVLS,1,A'JL,IOJNI S> ?- fo^ - DKALKK IN PUJEIS MKDICIXIOS, T?TIJI?T and FANCY A UTI CI. KS also a nice lino Cigars ?nd Tobacco. Fregon pt ions carefully compounded nt all hours. [ Dec ?th, 1S88. Dr. T. W, Bouchier, ocSiirgeon Dentist.? H H N N KT T S V I L L K, Ho. CA. KS|? Ollice in I). I). McColl's now U??fir Building. Up-stairs, west side Ollice hours from ? a. m., to ti p. m. Presents in the most elegant form THE LAXATIVE AND NUTRITIOUS OUIOE -ot' -rilli FIGS OF CALIFORNIA, Combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to bc most beneficial to thc human system, forming an agreeable and effective laxative lo perma nently cnn; Habitual Consti pation, and thc many ills de pending on ti weak or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS. lt is litetnOSt excellent remedy known to CLEANSE THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY Wlicu one is Bilious or Constipated -SO THAT PURE EILOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH nod 8TRENQTH NATUHALLY FOLLOW. livery one is using it and all arc delighted with it. A;,K vouit OHUOQIGT ron MAliUl-'AOTUHEO ONLY IIY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. ts AU FRANCISCO, CAL. UOUISVILLE, KY. tJF.W YOliK, H. * ia m BS (Prickly AsliyPoko Root, and Potassium.) CURES Primary, Secondary, and Torllitiy Syphilis, Syphilitic l-.iuplloiiH, Scrofula anti Serofnlutiri I'.mpttoiiH, t'lccts anti Hld Hoi UH, lllicniniotlsin and nil iltaMtMt'Hof Hie l?lo<id; nil those that Intro resisted oilier treatment yield steadily Hlltl ?lindy to tli?? wondotlttl power Ol* P. P. ?*., thu (treat llloml Piiriilor. Ia mriiiiiitirlty In tho Mood, prottucinu Lum pa or Swt'llinii.CUIIviltU Itiiniiini; Sores on the ArniH, Lefts, or l'Vt-t, l'i>r tho euro ol which use t*. P. P., tito greati-Nl Mund iiiuillclnonii earth, All theso ?linease? yield readily lo Iho power of P. P.P., I'lvllitf m.-w life ami new htn ii|;lh. Clued In Ita Morna lorin; kotiiotlmca In rasen with ICryalpelaii, whom tho pullout WUK in Ktcr nal 1'alll and (liven np Ky (Itt! physician*. Ill sonto cuses Sooluloiia ricers Li nke ont lill thc party WUK ll mans nl'ciin option; a hollie ol I'. I'. 1*. waa pl'ocui'ctl, und tho disease \ ielded iptickl.V. And in all All'eilions ol'ihe lilood.P. l\l\ utanda alono and ii tut vated ai,il sonni ol Itu em ea aro really Wtilltloi'litl. lt yon sniler noni nnylh?iii;lil:cSypli?l?H, Koro f ula, Uli.(ul Poison, Dicers. Old Sores. It hell I lill' (ism. or any disease ol tho Mood, ho hine and I'lVti P. P, P. a trial. 1' 1'. I', tl'ileldy Aalt, Poke Koot and Potassium) la no KOOrot p ilent liioillelno like tho many on the market. JU lormula ls on every hollie, tltua Civliin a guarantee ot Ita purity and wholiMOino nosi Unit f.i ^.ttar blood punlli-r (l?tt? ijivo. Pot-salo hy all tlriltodafa. Lii'i'MAN Hiios., Wholesale Drnugists, Stilo Mniiufitoturo?'8 und Proprietors, hippnuin lilock, Snvnniioh, Gu, VUUIIS come CN fCR MANY tH|a' AYEMGRtv lecpe. TU,! following - * * N'N?v,r'r'Y EK5 E? IT" ?".? ,.H,.;;,".H in g Ifu ?a Da? til?' wiirlil. Uar iVtrllitlcn are tiii,'i|iial,*il, ninl tn liilnnlufi* our ru 11. > lo r goflili we ?III ?fliilniKK to UNK I'KIIMIN III f?vlt Its.Illy, a.atiuve. Only tillite who wiile fii, inumt oiiciM-Aii make iure of tttl UK i-hurte*. All yon bave toilo lu return Into ?how our guiiiU lo thone wlin coll-your n.liilihoia ?ml tin??? ?iouml you. I lie tir chnini,- of till? mWtrllieini ut . ho? ? th? .null i II.I of tho trie cut |-l vt i Un' ni'litnr.iiH'O of it reduced to Un- fiftieth i>arl pf ll*hulk, ii >* n^?ruml, doubl* ?Ire tele lartfe ? cnn aiake from <IO|? oui ?iueflrliei birken. l?cn?y loonrry. Wo will ?liufln.iv yon lioi% you ' m WU to Si t O ? ?lay at Ivnst, front thc ?i.ui.wuti ... Helter wrltortt onto. Wc i>?y nil vl|.r.?. rhnrit' Addrcii.Il.ltAI.I.l"! I J?L'0" Hoi H HO, I'OUII.Alfil, Jlmi. LIPPMANN fe /\s?f\EcOf\r:rorX CHILLS 8t.rTVfeR DUMD'/\GUE /\ND L iou HA Lit IIV A Ll. Ult I'<:<;!>.TH. lill'PMAK atley . Wl>olo3alo Driifrclatfi, Bola P?op\, J i l i > mun lUock, tiu'/tltlinui, Un, J. T. DOUGLAS, - DH ALU ll IN - wwfo Drugs, Io Medicines, ^AND * CHEMICALS,^ FINE STATIONARY, CLAMPS, OILS AND PAINTS,* FINK SKGAliS, Ana Choico Tobacco VIDAL'S OLD STAND April 15, 1685 J. ARCH SPEARS CONTRACTOR k BUILDER, BENNETTSVILLE S, 0. "N^SriMATKS furnished on npplica jCl cation. iSiUisfadion ?imiatreod, Hefercnco ??iven wliei.cver retpiired. Jan. 10, 18DU. sis m Ifi?re AK? g??iiM, mm X AM NOW HEOKlVlNO AND OPMNINO MY SPRING AND SU M M KU ?V Stock i ti ixl lieg tn Killi your iitiontinu tu lim limilV inducements I odor. In Dress doods 1 huvo CHALLUOS.SULTINOS, WHITE OOO D.S. OlNOllAMS, Pu INT? . in Punt u greni in II nv i hi m/s. iMv stock of N?l ion? is full, lind ouiiHSls ia part ul" KANS, PARASOLS, DUTTONS, RIBBONS, GLOVES. eic. ...Children's Suits (knoo-punts) from 5 lo 12 yearn old. Youth's Suits from 12 to 18 years old Mens' Suits (suck and frock) all si/.o.s. TT Ai M-1 ?iitv? a nice linc Hats and can suit and fit Men, Youths and UP*"T mid Children in Foils, Mackinaws and Straws. (SiTpTOiTF1 ^? ?"?^ ',av0 ,ml^ sl)00'u' aiti'tiiion to this part of my growing bon i& JCAKJ'JmA iZJ,***' now, mid I ofter you a t-ploudid lino, well selcotod both as to styles and prices. Your special attention Ls called to mv lino coon's. Ker Indies I have secured the exclusive sale of tho celebrated BVITT S HOB. 1 havo them in ? styles. I in vile comparison ns lo looks, comfort, durability, price, &o. Foi gentlemen. I ofter tho oh!, reliable and well known HEISER SHOES- 1 have added several new and aiiructivo Suunuci stylos in Kanguroo und Calf. ?GENTS' * FURNISHING s GOODS."* Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Cravats, Gloves, Suspenders, Uudorwoar, -.-??...'->. HOSIEBY, &o., &co.^re^-* 1&T Call for HARDWARE, GROCERIES-in fact anything kept in a first class Country Store. ll H H. alf ITT & JU ?JU mu JJ March 'JU, ISilO BENNETTSVILLEj S. C. T it r o I inri r. 1 f i in? inniini mni? ?-? r% ? ??>?*.? r mOW THE UNITED STATES.? ASSETS, Januaiy lsd, 181)0, SuuPLUS.over; nil liabilities, NKW IIUSINKSS, written in 1889, TOTAL ??TSTANDINO ASSUKANOK,. $107,150,309.12 22,821,074.20 175 204,100.00 *03i,01G,000.00 Tho Kqnilnblo Lifo. Assurance Society lias tor years past exceeded all oilier Com punies, tho world over, in amount of new b list ness, outsanding assurance, abd surplus. Tho form of Policy issued by the Society is a model of simplicity, and applicants for Assurance can always obtain copies in advance and sec what they arc buying. Apply to H. P. JOHNSON, AGENT, Bennetts'/ilie, S. O. Correspondence from parties outside tho county of Marlboro will bc promptly answered either by lotter or in person. March 7th, 1890. DOORS, * SASH, DOORS WINDOW FRAMES, MANTELS AND BRACKET WORK OF EVERY STYLE AND DESIGN SUPPLIED AT BOTTOM PRICES. CALL AND SEE US, Ou tho Corner south of Baptist Church; And thc Street ruuniug West From tho Presbyterian Church. F. POWERS. Bonnoltoville, S. G., November 18th, 1885 R. T. BARFIELD, Manufacturer of North-Side of Public Square, BENNETTSVILLEj B. C P. 1) Furniture of all kinds mudo or re paired at short notice. I havo also Kooured tho services of a good MATTRESS MA KUI!, and can fill onlcrK for NEW WORK or repair nnd renovate old work at short notice nt mod erate prices. STILL IN THE RIN G I beg leave to state to tho public gen-, orally that I have now on hand a line lot of nice young Broke Mules which I will sell, worth tho money. sell, worth -Also - rn Wi good drivers and good pto ./ors, I will j keep constantly on hand a full line ol liol?Od and Mules. THE LARGEST STOCK OF KKPT ON THIS MARKET, A full linc of H&&TRF3BS8, Double and Sinelo, WAGON COLLARS, COU.AU PADS, Pieces of Harness. COFFIN'S and CAS 'KKTS ALL STYLES ANJ; Patons. I have two HEARSES, and can at tend FunoralB to tho distance of 30 miles. VfeS" Orders by Tole g r a p h promptly filled. When not in my shop lean be found nt my residence in West Bcnnettsville, near Wallace Swami's. Jan. Iii 1888. 1 respectfully inform my fiiomls and the public generally that I havo resumed the practice of medicine. I mako a specially of Obstetrics nnd Snrirery. Wt J. DAVID, M. 1). Sop?. 2, 1880. 100,000 FEET OF LUMBER F O II SA L E . tte?>"" I have sold out my Livery Busi nes? to Mr. J. B. Adams, us far as hor ses and buggies aro concerned, but will continua to run my wagons every day. Respectfully, W. P. BREEDEN. February 14th, 1890. CLIO ENTERPRISE. ARI! AN KI NO our patrons for their id libera) patronago last year, we take this method of informing thom that wo will, at our old stand, continue to manu" facturo and repair CAIUS, WAGONS, BUGGIES, ETC., and will do tiny work in tho Blacksmith lim*. Hor*o Shoeing 11 specialty. Honimr lo reeoivo your paironngc tho present, voir, wo are. your-? trnlv. STANTON k WILLIAMSON,. Wheelwrights and Bluet ?mi thu, dan. ll, 18vH). Clio, S. O. Uly ?AV mit ?j ^Q) ARTI ES wanting to buy tho cele JtT brated Bailey Cotton Seed, which ls destined to supplant ali others can se cure ?lie same on application to mc at Carolina ]\ O., Marion County, S. 0. $i per eptart, 50 cents extra when sent by mall. The staple from this seed sohl in market last seavon lor 17 cents. N. N MCDONALD, jr. .Jan. 20, 1890-3m. AM now ready to furnish first-class lumber ot prices to suit purchaser. Cull and seo lumber nod got puces beforo purchasing elswhcro. VV. H. MANNING Nov, 14, 1889. Covington, 8. C. CARRIAGES AND REPAIRED ?IN THE Best ::: Manner Al Reasonable Prices. Every description ot Wood or Iron Work executed promptly lo order. .-ALSO, done at short notice and by a thorough smith, Having moved into my new quarters, opposite Emanuel's stables, and lronting ?h?ravv and Darlington streets, 1 am now better prepared to meet the de mands ol my pa rons, willi additional machinery and more room. If you want anything dane give me a call. Thanking the public for pas! patron age, I respectfully solicit a continuance. IRA HOUNDS. January Ist, 1S90. HMM JENNINGS'* Hoi iK ten ?lie, M. ?5. MM F U RE J ?_- -"?o) Afilara* Toilet mid Fancy Articles, Stationery and School Boob. Brushes, Paints and Oils ney* A full liuo of tho above artiolo always on hand. Prescriptions Carefully Com 2>ounded Day ami Night, Respectfully, DOUULAS JENNINGS. March 26th, t?o?J *MOTARY PUBLIC,* MCCOLL, S. C. Oct. 31 st, 1888. ,OUH N K W SM BM WM ip Unl.l W?ul,r il En EU ll Worth SIOO.OO. li?i7?(B ?watch In th* world. 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