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TUR MARLBORO DEMOCRAT
Bl^NlT?TTSVILLE, S, 0.
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Ofllco West of Court House*
Wednesday, December 4,1895,
A Chance for You.
yt, P. Breedon hus a carload pf
choice mules mid sixteen horses j hst
in and ready for work. Call and
get your pick.
A Musical Recital.
Miss Stallings' music class will
givo an entertainment at the
Graded ?School on Friday evening
beginning at 7 o'clock sharp. Tho
public are cordially invited,
Letters addressed to tho follow
ing persons remain uncalled for
at tho postoftico:
Mr. T. B. Johnson, Mrs. E.
Mooro, Mrs. M. A.. MeLemore.
in Troblo Again.
Joseph McCollum, colored, was
before the Mayor yesterday for
bis bad conduct in west Bennetts*
ville on Saturday afternoon and
beating old Diana, for which ho
was given choice of paying $5 or
staying ton days in jail,
W. P. Breeden has Them.
Thc Tyson & Jones Buggy Co.,
of Carthage, N, C.,'carried off tho
promtutns and honors at tho Atlanta
imposition. Their competitors were
from all over tho ?South and North.
Chis is a great compliment, and if!
voil want one call oil W. 1*. Bree-;
Died at her home in Smithville
Saturday night last, after a lingering
illness, Mrs. Elizabeth Turner, wife
o?* Mr. Aaron Turner, aged HG years.
Thc funeral service took place, on
Sunday nt thc Quick graveyard.
Tho family have the sympathy of
Focajnf?tb<S ilii'ri&ry (
pshiioi ?Viay. 0olo;\:di li/is j#i
i.i'i A .1 m ihjj marke-: an<?
am.-; thc j iiVIV' ," hu6\V thu; laiT
rcpaivd \>> I'eod ',(,!<! huM.?ry a! am
..vM.r in tho tilt J? u i (VJ he U si iii il-.
market- Ires h h<-c :, Vi"--?<?. ? u ,
hot coffee eic, < :!. jcs uiitcd ta
His Stock iii I
The friends and patrons of former
years will undoubtedly foul it
lo their advantage to call on L.
i itratiss at thc brick store opposite
thc Presbyterian church for cloth
i ng, dry goods, groceries, etc. Maxey
i.i in charge and will do you right.
(Jail and see him.
The Baptist Convention.
The following representatives from
Marlboro attended the Baptist con
vention at Greenville last week :
Itovs. Thomas and Ford, Judge J.
! I. Hudson and Mr, W. E. Thomas,
of Beimcttsvillc, Rev. E. P. Eas
?orling, of Tatum, and Mrs. T. IL
Uothea and daughter of McCojl.
i.?harloston's Gala Week.
Tho Atlantic Coast Line will
sol! round trip tickets to Charles
Ion next week, beginning on Mon
day good for live days, for $2. VT).
Tickets good to return on Monday
16th can be had for $4.80. Tho
old "city by the sea" is spreading
herself to entertain visitors in
His Now Quarters.
Mr. W. P. Breedon, dealer in
horsos, inn les, buggies, wagons
and harness of all kinds, has
moved into his now quartes next
to tho postoftice, where ho wants
to see all who havo not been sup
plied, and promises to do them
right. He is expecting daily 50
jiow buggies of the latest pat;
A False Report.
A rumor was lloating on our
streets yesterday that tho Atlan
tic Coast Lino had purchased that
portion of tho Capo Fear and
Yadkin Val loy road known as the
? louth Pacific, from Bonnettsvillo
io tho Stato lino. Wo motawor
I hy ofllcial of tho Capo Fear and
Vadkin Valley road soon aftor
and loamed from him that thoro
as not a word of truth in tho
?port, but on tho other hand the
imo was coming when the Capo
? 'ear and Yadkin Valley railroad
n ould become a part of a Groat I
Trunk Lino, and that wo might|
yet go to tho Stato fair on it.
i=? rb re S O JM A. X^S3.
Dr. C. Kollock, of Choraw, was
in town Saturday.
Mr. T. H. Huckabeo, of Lestor,
mado us a pleasant call Saturday.
Mr. J. Wi Kay bon, of Olio, was
in town Monday and mado tho
Mr, J, F, Pearson, of Cordelo,
Ga., carno hoino Monday night for
a short stay,
Mr. J. D. Hill, of Red Hill, was
in town salesday and mado us a
Mr. J. T. Stanton, oC Dunbar,
was in town Saturday and gave
us a hearty smile.
We regret to learn of tho illness
of Mr, It, L, Kirkwood, who is
confined to his room.
Mr. Eli Willis, of McColl, was
in town yesterday and called with
a smile for tho editor.
Mr, Willis Turlington left for
Wilmington this morning to get
some Christmas goods.
Prof. K* D. Sonn, of Tatum
High School, was in town Satur
day and made us a call.
Mr. Gilbort McEachorn, ol' Mc
Coll, was in town salesday and
gave us a pleasant call.
Mr. James A. Drake, Clerk of
Court, .caine homo last Wednes
day night from Atlanta.
Mr. J. A. Ii. Logo tte, ol' Free
slate, was in town Monday and
made us a pleasant (.'all.
Rev. N. L. Swelt, of Smithville,
dropped in on us Monday and
gave us a pleasant smile.
Mr. Wellington McCall, ol'
Clio, was among the visitors sales
day who made the editor smile.
Our old friend Pat Chisholm,
who has been living for some
Uni? in Aileen, is hero on a visit.
Mr. PhilipE. Odom, of Brights
ville was among the visitors to
town salesday and called with a
Mr. W. J. Stubbs left Saturday
l'or the Exposition. He is going
to hear Moody as well as seo thc
Miss Ethel Corbett left yester
day to spend some time with her
brother, Dr. John Corbett, at
Mr. Jasper Easterling and fain
ily left us yosterday for his new
home near Cash's Depot in Ches
Mer-?rs. 0. E. Breedon ?nd F.
! h. tMgori attended the OystiVi
^lippiH' dane.; ;i'-.Clio l?v;j
I Th jrs.clay aiphir
I iVf??-, \v. i'iarly, of the l)ar
' niv^vlon 1 hosphato \V\>rUs. sj ion
I". . > da.N 3 in our county last wool
i li< i ti ag orders.
Messrs. AV. J. McDonald anc
W. \l. Wicker, of Fayetteville
I v, o among tho many visitors t<
om. town salesday.
Mr. J. W. Quick, of Lestor
called to soo us Monday an<
'.spaced us out" for Christina!
with three dozen eggs.
Congressman McLaurin lef
Saturday night for Washingtoi
to be on hand at the opening o
the session on Monday.
Mrs. Dr. B, 13. Breeden lei
Monday morning for Wilson, N
C., where she will spend som
time visiting her mother.
Mr. John C. Dunbar, of Dunbai
was in town yesterday and mad
us a pop call. He reported al
calm and serene in his town.
Hon. W. IX Kyiins came hom
Saturday from his tri]) to Atlant
and spent Sunday and Monda,
with his family and returned t
Col limbla yesterday.
Wo regret to learn that Di
Robert Coxo, of Red Hill, has ha
another stroke of paralysis. Als
that Mr. R, C. Coxo has bee
very sick from a severe cold.
Rpv. K. O. Watson left yeslei
day for conference, which meei
at Rock Hill to-morrow. Froi
what we could gather he carrie
up a good report from the statioi
Messrs. J. B. Taylor and I. /
Tally, accompanied by Misse
linley and Virginia Waddill, a
tended the oyster supper an
dance at Clio last Thursday nigh
Mr. Clem C. Fraser, formerl
of Hebron, but now a resident (
Florida, is spending a few daj
with his old friends and relative:
Little Mary came with him 1
take another peep at tho ol
Mr. T. I. Rogers did not go 1
Atlanta on Thanksgiving da;
but carno homo and spent it wii
his family. Ho returned to O
lumbla Tuesday morning to 1
present at tho ratification of tl
new constitution to-day.
Hon. H. M". Stackhouso vus
town yesterday and mado us
pleasant visit. He has boon sn
foring with chills and rather gh
that the session of tho Logisl
turo had boen postponed to Jan
uary so that ho might got h
business in hotter shape for lea
TO WN AN D CO UNTY NE WS.
-- Only 20 day? to Christmas
- Tho oat crop is looking lino.
- Bring in your turkeys and
- Tho Treasurer's oflice was I
crowded all day Monday.
Orders for wood can bo prom] il
ly lilied by W. P. Breedon. j
- Mr. J. P. Robinson has
started business for himself no> I
door to tho postoflico.
- The germs of scrofula are
destroyed by Ayor's Sarsaparilla.
Bold by all druggists.
- Thanksgiving day was duly
observed in Marlboro and every
body had a good timo.
- Our job department is com
piolo and wo guarantee to do ai!
kinds of work afc tho lowest rates.
- For fresh fruit, sausage ami ?
canned goods call on L. ?Straus
afc tho brick store opposite th
Fi'osby terian chureh.
"Handy lo have in tho. house ' '
-Ayor's Cherry Pectoral-a !
prompt and certain remedy fori
croup, colds and pulmonary afl'oc
- No ulm in ordinary health
need become bald or gray, if ho
will follow sensible treatment
We advise cleanliness of Ibo seal, >
ami tho use of Hall's Hair Re
- A colored preacher hits tin? j
nail on tho head: He says it is j
impossible for one lo preach hore j
and board in heaven. Willi ii
prosperous year like 1895; ovorj .
body ought to ho ashamed to lol '
their preachers go lacking.
- H. H. Covington, Esq., de
livered an address at Clio last
Thursday night, Hie occasion bc
lng the celebration of Hie eomplo I
lion of tho now town hall. Quit- . j
a number of our young people, ?
wo learn, went down. After the j
address oysters wore served and
a dance given. We learn fcho oe
casion was quite an enjoyable ono.
- WI ion tho Waterbury Watch
Company stopped manufacturing
their old style watch, tho Hood
gates of cheap Swiss factories
were opened, and poorly made, j
vory unreliable watches were i
foreod on tho market in place of !
the \. . v ?i.'curai.; \\ I..?rivij-v :
&TO??? -U-'.l.. b'.'l ..'.'i.i.-.'.'um'.\pvi\-;. I.V. ?,.
long wind. 'I'li'' Water'H': ^ Coin':
1 ;. ny w'tfro nppei?od lu foi' s?.'n?
.?rm g g< < ? ? (ind ch en |. in tin: quick i
wind Serlos. Tho result ila:,
new "Trump" walch, which sells
at'#2.i)0. Call on H. W. Carroll;
and see I his new watch
Thc Palmor House has made rc-,
ductions on a large number of its'
rooms, on both thc American and
European plans, and at thc same
time improved ils serviee, and was]
never in better condition nor better \
kept than at prescht. ATisitors will
bc well cared lor at this house.
Now Hardware Storo.
Tho now hardware storo has
opened up in the now brick build
ing next to the postofflco with a
full line of all kinds of hardware,
including many useful household j
articles needed in every homo al
prices that the poorest can afford. |
Call and see before purchasing;'
elsewhere. Lookout foi' tho new
advertisement next week,
A Fh st-Clasa Livery.
Mr. Colin ]). John has opened :
a first-class livery and feed sta
bios in rear of postoflico where
good t eams can be had on I bo bes
terms. I le is also prepared to j
feed and groom the horses of vis
itors to our town at low rales.
Call and seo him when you com.'
to town and put your horses in
his warm stables away from th
A Military Company.
What say thc young men to or
ganizing a new military company '?
JkmnettsVillo bas enough local prie.'
to keep one up if the right men an
put at the bead. They are herc ao l
what is needed is a beginning. A
meeting ol' thc young men will bi .
called in a few days and it is hoped
every young man will be? able le
Still at Hasty.
Mr. A. I). Conner, of Hasty, N.
C., thc model cart builder, cm ne j
down last Wednesday and made UM ,
a pleasant call. Ho says he has
fine lot ol' the best seasoned timbi r j
and is prepared to supply tho."
noted (.lumping carts, so popular, ?ni
tho farm nt short notice. Pitiers
from Marlboro will receive prompt?'
".V J3 Foi* a Gun.
Vir. Douglas Jennings oilers ti
lio tho purchaser of 50 couts
.nb of goods us to the number of
.'I i" ?lint pumpkin nt his store.
? lucky guesser gets ti doublo
?rolud breech loading shotgun.
ind ttl Last.
\ 1 ; ttor to Mr. James A. Drake,
K ni the Court, from Mrs. Mut
Shnois, of Marion Ohio, asks for
..'nuilion concerning the identity
Ur. 'v. D. Taylor, who was mu r
.'? in our town in August 1892.
J); ike will be glad to gather
l';ui as to Iiis residence and
bry our section, prior to thc
di lor thc benclit of his duugh
V] i . Shoots, who is anxious io
:?:i ts as to his identity.
he ainiunl meeting of the Fttr
Mutual Fire Insurance Asso
?ji ol Marlboro will he held in
cou)*l house at Bcnncttsvillo at
,'jlooh i>. m. on the lirst Monday
tit i par) 1890, Tho election of
. iiiicers and other business will
Uti attention of members,
bet will please bo prompt on
tjtiy. By order President,
i' H. Mppuiij Tt et\surei\
P<^cinb(:)| 4, 1895.
Col lowing officers have beon
1 ! ,M<il to serve MarlboroLodge,
No. \ R M., for the ensuing
.'.' .ll. Hudson, W. M,
.?' . ?V K innoy, S. W.
?' S; Chaffin, J. W.
' \Y, \VaclciiU, Secretary.
I Strauss, Treasurer,
U M"; IU mids, J. D.
?J ll Barfield; Tyler.
1 S. M ?..Call, I c.. ,
'< ?bi ; Chaffin, j st<Tards,
Foi ??' IUors. for 1896.
VtfVO?Vdy ?;ho railroads have U?gnii
to ItCVil the f?rtil l/.ors that will bel
v. . for |,]lc 11Cxt crop of cotton.
Qn'fi 'lopol bas received 20 carloads |
IMJ^ftbtst. Wednesday, and one mer-j
'' ii) aloin says he has order:-lor J
;>00 ' >r. . The prediction is J II lo
ibm; I, railroads will bo rushed !..:
>>!}>!i', ile demand, and the fuvtherl
rv?"'-j ci; ??.i ? made that No vein!.rn
? ni H.ni. Miniv lOng-Jnoerl
Yr ' ' 'Vt:w!b?MV. f h:;>Xyy?f,J '.'lore, j
are y? ... io th roy. :i\viy nd s I yent'
i Y .w iV<|y?n?lng<.i gaiuctl liv ?< ni,-.il
, ... jilo ?il tia.-, yuu' V
?alonctay In December.
1 : ll rsl Monday in December,
:md Mit las) salcsday in '95, show
( J i i? ? largest crowd that has as
sembled '.?i I3ennetts ville for some
lime but fbi* the siz? of tho crowd
l u i soi ed to be loss money
(lon i ?.?;;. tl in ii usual.
Tho ShoViflr made three sales
si. ; ur A Pearsall vs W. S.
! .ev, is, 1 ! . eres to J. F. Lewis for
> . 1 Carrigan vs Hill, 450 acres
m ?V, A. Carrigan for ?500.
Kin iib vs ' .Ulick, 200 acresto John
i l tu Im bee lior $>8o5i
T io ( L dc made two sales
Oil h holm ' 8 Chisholm, 149 acres
lo T. i lagers for Alex. McRao
lor - I.200. Moore vs Swelt, 270
acres lo il G. Moore for ?500.
' ie si?cle market, was well sup
I i I, abd horses and mules sold
che ip. Puller Jiros. & Bristow
sob IV) bead, W. Pi Breeden sold
Iii I (jad, ( '. D. John 2apel tho vis
; iTdhi North Carolina about
i 5 'u<>iv-.
Mr. J. (\ Hamer had a coop of
\ ni !;irgp snow white turkeys
?nu Mr, I-eter Newton a coop of
game chickens on exhib?
>?'?.?..srs. J. S. Covington
Um < 0, Odom had some nice
iriiil :ows for sale. Tho auc
. r wore kept pretty busy
se' .i? ?. all kinds of property.
Tl i ch y (.pened up gloomy, but
ii noun ..he clouds cleared away
and lin! weather was lovely for
II. I. Seven North Carolina
v .. :</!> loaded with fruit, chest
nuts, bul wv and leather were on
I mud and made fair sales. The
day passed off pleasantly with tho
excet>lioii bf twosmall fights that
w ! nu <i>mbt be adjusted by tho
I Jv Kev, J. S. Beasloy, father
of ih" bride, at McColl, S. C.,
November 27th, 1895, MissLouiso
Beasley io Mr. H. B. Tatum.
I ly U,ev. Mr. Arrowwood on the
sarao dato, near McColl, Miss
Maggie Willis, daughter of Mr.
iViiifman Willis, to Mr. Luther
Al A lice Station, C. & D. R. H.,
^ nidny, Novembor 24, 1895, Mr.
'ailli ( >. Carter and Miss Mando
Pecio, all of Marlboro county.
K jj, Pearson, Notary Public,
o leia I lng.
TO MAKE RO?M FOR
I WILL SELL
?ar It will be to the inte
November 25, 1895.
Another Fresh Arrivi
cesara tww WBUS
i ' . '
fe) ALSO A NEW LOT OF
mL??ies Dress Goods, i
Hf With Buttons & Trimmings
f$We oan su^ a^ Tastes and|
fe Styles Wanted.
Come and See Them
Gu MB WE
AhiN?ftL RBT?RNS Or1 PKOPEKT?.
TOR'S OFFICE, i
wernher 27, 1895. 5
Hennettsyille, S. O., Noven
jlfiOTICE in horeby given that this oflloo
[J \J will bo open from tho tirBt day of Jan
uary to tho 20th dny of February, 1896,
for tho purposo of receiving tho return? of
tho tax payera of. Marlboro county.
All persona having property lu their pos
session ns ownor or holder, or ns husband,
parent, guardian, trustee, administrator,
accounting officer, agent, nttornoy or factor
on thu ist day of January 1896, are required
to lint samo for taxation within the time
required hy law, or incur thc penalty of 50
por cent, whioh attaches in failure lo do sn.
Tho poll tax of ono dollar is laid upon all
malo persons botwoon tho ages of 21 and
50 years, except poisons who aro maimed
and unable to earn a support.
Tho Auditor or an assistant will attend,
at the following places in the county on
tho days named for tho convenience of tbo
Hod Hill, Monday,
Brou nsvillo, Tuesday,
lied Bluff, Friday,
Nowtunvillo, Tuesday, January 28th, 1896
Urightavillo, Wcdnes'y, January 29th, 1896
Qmck'sStoro, Thursday, January 30th, 1896
Smith villo, Grant's Mill, Friday Jau. 31,1896
Tho oflloo in Bonnottsvillo will bo open
during tho timo prescribed hy law, from
January ist lo Fohruary 20th 1896, whore
parties in Iionncttsville and thoso who fail
to return at tho ne vern I appointments made
eau bo accommodated.
J. 0. CAMPBELL,
Auditor Murlboio County.
January 20th, 1896
Jnnuary 21st, 1896
January 22d, 1896
January 23d, 189O
January 24th, 1896
January 251h, 1896
TO RENT !
If you want an Airy Six Room
Cottago with Barn, Stables and Garden,
good Orchard with Cultivated Shrubbery
and ono of tho be6t wells of water in town,
healthy, high nnd dry, call on ino. Posses
sion given on short notice.
T. L. CROSLAND,
Bcnnottsylllo, S. 0.
Sop tomber 24, 1895.
WI in thcS<
By tho leading Musio House
South, a re-idont agent in Bon*
nettsvillo. Good pay to livo agent. Apply
with rcfcroiioo to box 335, Augusta, Ga.
A NICE LINE OE 8TAPLE DHY
]\ GOODS und NOTIONS at P. A. Mc
Qi O AA CASU for
00. UU WAN *1.C
Iv LAPP, St. Pai ls, Ohio.
CASU for a used COLUM
.00 stamp. O. E.
CH IS NOW ARRIVING
rest of buyers to call,
\\ of those Beautiful
j All Styles, Sizes, Prices,
}. 1805. , PP^p^
' .-. :'Ol Til. CAROLIN A.,
.ity f'-hx Palio Suaati A.
in Uti > ; :\1?-N. II Johnson, deceased,
j - -Petition foi ' braestead,
I ^AjlijpiSAfe ? .? ii A. Johnson has filed
V'w r potithm Ki bave a homestead nnd
exemption ol <.->?' .a>? : property out of the
entufo of ber late uuob?jiid, N. II. Johnson,
docoaced, nppraieed MK) eot off to hor:
Notice if hoi oh} given that four weoke
nf tot ?ii'; runt public-it! nf thia notico ap
pralst?'iii t..i oppeiofiwl hy tho under
signed Lo appraise iwi I ?bl off fiuoh hoinc
etead and exemption of :r:.onal proporty
in accordance with Dm tonn ? of the atututo
lu euoli pufio innde .inn provided?
J. .\. I) lt A UK, o o M. c.
Deoomhoi 1895 -4?.
OF SOUTH CAROLINA
(fcj- Tho Author ? nativo South
For eulo by
Publishem' Agent for Marlboro.
KEEP ALL THE PATTERNS OF
THE BUTTERICK PUBLISHING COMPANY
in stook. Tho Docoruber numbers aro now
all In. Sond me your ord?r? hy mail, in
oloslng prioo in stamps. They will bo
filled promptly, (fcjr Fashion shoots mo
SIMON STU A USS.
November 15, 1895.
G LO V K -FITTING CORSETS. You can
only get thom at Strauss'. ' Wo hnvo thom
in all sizes : Young Ladies at 75 conte,
LndleB ll & II. nb $(.oo, Nursing $1,00,
Abdominal $1.50, E. Bluok lt. & II.
$1,00. If you havo nover tried tho Glovo
Fitting gob ono.
Novombor 15, 1895,
IHAVE GOT 900 BUSHELS OF
THE GENUINE TEXAS RED RUST
PROOF OATS for salo nb 50 cont? por
SIMON ST RA USS.
Novombor 15, 10*95. /
WHEN YOU NEED A NICK
IIAT be sure to oall ou P. A. Mo?