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, : BBlTNETTSYILLE, S, 0.
BY S. A. BROWN & CO.
Ofllce Weat of Court House*
Wednesday, January 8, 1896,
I ARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS
First Round-3. B WILSON, P, K.
North Marlboro, Kbonczor, Jan. 3
Bilghtavillo, Botliol, Ja?. 4, 5
ttoDnoHevillo Station, Jan. 2, 5
Uoquetlsvlllo Ot.? Jau. 9
Oiio, Bouluh, Jau, io
Monheim, Hobron, Jan. n, 12
A Prize Pier.
Mr. P. V. Newton, of Brights
villp> killed a IG months pig last
eek weighing 520 pounds. They
raise now what they eat in Brights
Letters addressed to thc follow
ing persons romain uncalled for
at tho postoflico:
Mr. Stoano Loadbniior, Miss
irossl?y, Mt', Wi) ! j Vilson,
.Drevy ?in ? iii, dap t. ?.M,, -ii, j
Pira In Sithlt ttvti< .
Un Saturday night last about
half-past 8 o'clock a tenant house
on Mr. C. S. Grant's place in Smith
ville, occupied by John Guinn, was
consumed with nearly everything in
it, and without one cent of insu
Married In Kontuoky.
The last issue of thc Way of
Faith contained tho following :
Married at thc Methodist church
in Wilmore, Ky.,, on Sunday Dec
ember 22, 1895, by L. L. Picket,
Mr. Thomas E. Bridgea of Florida
und Miss Mary Lee Green, of Sum
ter, S. C.
Maka lt Cut 1 vv >. w wv.
A II i . l?ti ays "You need
u?i bo su vii lythiiig a man
does or aav? when nc is full of
whiskey." Of course not, but he
should bo made to answer for any
harm that may result from it. Get
ting drunk is no excuse for bad
Now Ona of Us.
Rev. W. H, Kirton, who is now
a citizen of our county with a
residence at Dunbar, and who is
running the noted Covington Min
eral Springs, the waters of which
haye saved so many invalids, was
in town tins morning and called
to seo us. Ho is looking tho i>ict
nr? nf fino health.
Four tor tiii i-l.oi f Ono.
' arrangements to
furni: li i patron . of TUB DEMO
OCBAT thc New York World three
times a week with THE DEMOCRAT
for tho low price of $1.65. Just
think of four papers every week for
this little sum. Can you afford to
let this pass ? Begin at once.
Henry Blount'at Clio.
That inimitable humorist and
wonderful mimic, Col. Henry
Blount, of Wilson, N. C., is billed
for Clio this Wednesday evening at
7 o'clock. Everybody is expected.
Admission 25 and 35 cents. If
you want to enjoy a literary treat
go to Clio to-night.
Tho Pythian Banquet.
Thc editor returns most hearty
Shanks to thc committee for an iii
ritalion to the Royal Banquet to be
^iven Friday night by members of
(CAL A NT HE LODGE, NO. 15, K. of
P., now one of the strongest Lodges
.iii thc State. We know they will
havo a grand affair and that "feast
and soul" will abound.
Hl8 Stook ls Frosh.
Thc friends and patrons of former
years will undoubtedly find it
to their advantage to call on L.
Strauss at thc brick store opposite
tho Presbyterian church for cloth
ing, dry goods, groceries, etc. Maxey
iii in charlo'awl will do you right.
Call m ul soe him .
J antin ry Wo?th?r.
1, 2, colt i :.!i<! vii : iii)St?(.(?(j(l
5, G, windy, cold, changeable ; 7, 8,
stormy; 9, 10, very cold; ll, 12,
warmer; 13, 14, fair and clear ; 15,
16, fair; 17, 18, bright and clear;
i$, 00. Wizards and snow j 21, 22,
! 24, 25, 26,
29, fair, windy;
last d?'.\ ?. wai'tiMM -
Changes for 1896.
Mr. J. E. Barringer and family
have moved to Florida.
;,: Mr. T. G. Wallace has rented thc
Col. Dudley mansion on Darlington
Mr. T. L. Crosland has rented
Iiis residence to Mr. Charles F. Cov
ington and he and his good wife arc
boarding with Miss Annie Miller.
Rev. J. B. Wilson, presiding el
der of Marion District, held his first
quarterly conference of this station
at thc Methodist church on Friday
night last. On Saturday ho went
to Bethel, whore ho held his first
for Br.ightsville circuit. In thc
.evening he returned to Bcnnettsville
and on Sunday filled thc appoint
ments of Rev. J. L. Stokes, thc
pastor, who went to Botliol to fill thc
appointment of f ' on Sunday.
? '? '. v '? Vii*,' ; :
Mrs. D. O. Whito is quito slcl
from a sovoro cold.
Mr. G. G. Bruco, of Parnassus,
mudo us a pop cull Monday.
Mr. W. R. Wickor, of Fayottq
ville, is'spending a fow days ii
Mr. F, M. Eastorling, who hat
boon suffering from a bad cold, is
Mr. Ebbio Stanton, of Olio, was
in town salosday and made us ?
Mr. A. L. Calhoun, of Clio,
made us a pop call salosday willi
smilos for 189(5.
Miss Bessio Ervin has gone tc
Rock Hill to enter the Winthrov
Mr. L. D. Quick, of Kollock,
gavo us a pleasant pop call while
in town salosday.
Mr. J. F. McKinnon, 6?Hebron,
called to seo us salosday will
greetings and smiles.
Dr. H. R. Eastorling has boer
suffering severely from an attach
of acute rheumatism.
Miss Lucy Waddili, who has
boen spending some limo iii Rock
ingham, has returned.
Mr. E.G. Herndon, of Brights
villo, was among the many bailors
with smiles on salosday.
Mr. Thomas C. Parham, OJ
Dunbar, made us a pop call Mon
day with pleasant smilos.
Mr. Hugh McLaurin, of Mc?ol I
made us a pleasant call salosdu .
v/ith greetings and smiles.
We regret to learn of the illnes;
of Johnnie Adams, tho of?cion
salesman of Mr. R. L. Kirkwood
Mr. R. T. Wobster, of Bethel
was in town salosday and gave tn
a pleasant smile and greetings fo:
Mr. H. B. Faller, our hustling
live stock dealer, has gone bael
to Kansas City, Mo., for mor?
Mr. J, E. McLeod, of lowo
Hebron, mado us a pleasant cal
on salosday with smiles and gooi
Mr. J. A. Calhoun, of Clio, wa
in town Monday and mado us
pleasant call, Ho roportod every
thing lovely in his section.
Miss Anna Easterling opone
her school near Mr. J. Hi David'
Monday morning aller a tw
week's vacation for the holidays
Miss Rhoda Livingston, one c
the most popular teachers in th
Greonvillo Graded school, ha
boon spoiling hor vacation t
Mrs. R. H. Hodges and chi ld rei
who havo boon spending som
limo visiting relatives in an
around Florence, havo returhc
Misses Wilma and Allie Moon
who spent tho holidays at bonn
have returned to their studios t
tho Winthrop Normal College s
Mr. Henry C. Newton and fan
ily, who have been living
sou thorn Georgia, for three year
have returned to Marlboro, v
hope to stay.
Miss Mattie Bery il, who h:
been sick for somo monljis, h
sufficiently recovered to be able
travel and will tako a trip
Rev. J. A. Williams, thc ova
gclist, was in town yoslcrda
The tent is now near Mars Bli)
Florence county, whore a moe
ing begins to-night.
Mr. J. C. Fletcher, of Adan
villo, ono of our livo-al-homc fi
mors and who now has 40 bal
of thc best colton still loft, call
lo seo us yesterday with smilos
Miss Alexina Evans, loft Mc
day morning, accompanied
her father, Hon. W. D. Evai
for Orangoburg county, whe
she goos lo take charge of
Wo are glad lo welcome to c
town Mr. R. J. Pattorson, J
who is now occupying tho rc
dence in east Bennettsvillo
contly vacated by Mrs. R,
We extend a welcome hand
Mr. B. F. Hamer and family, w
aro now occupying tho Brist
residence in east Bonnotlsvil
recenty purchased by T. C. I
j)opul1y titi i ted B tates Marsl
iv. H. Hubbard, who has br
serving our town fis chief of i
l ice for Moine time, wen I
Charleston Monday io attend I
Uni tod States Court.
Rev. J. B. Wilson, our bolo^
presiding elder for '96 spent, Si
day and Monday in our town r
found time to givo us a ploasi
call. He is in tho best of heal
Ho is rushing his visits this qu
Miss Norcissa Emanual, v
has a splendid school at Mo
claro, Darlington county, and v
has boon spending a two wee
vacation at homo, returned M
day morning to resumo her sch
Mr. J. F, Bolton, ono of
most enterprising farmers of i
county and tho hustling agon
tho Farmers' Mutual Fire In
rance Association, was in. tc
salosday and made us a pleas
call with smilos.
Mr. Josso Morris, suporinto
ont of Chancellor Johnson's D
oho placo, was in town salos
and called to seo us. Josso
hustling farmer and is going
cut down his cotton crop this j
and plant tobacco,
Mr. Eddio Everett, son of
J. F. Evorott, and who has I
holding a position in Rockingh
N. C., has accepted a positio:
salesman with Mr. R. L, K
wood. Wo aro glad to wele
hire i>uck t?.< our town.
I TOWN AJSD COUNTY NJUW8.
- This is leap year.
- Lookout for counterfoil coin;
- Wo havo had somo cole
woathor sinco our last issue,
- Tho noted Milbourn wagon.1
(tho host made) for sale by C. M
- Tho share crop system is bo
ing tried this year by our f armer*
to a largo oxtont.
?- Mr. Jj, Strauss has a lino loi
of choice family horses for salo
Call and seo them.
- Th? war in Cuba has causee
a brisk riso in sugar-adil?orenct
of \ \ cents a pound.
- Tho cold wave predicted foi
Saturday and Sunday came in or
time loaded with ico.
- Sunday last was the coldest
day of the winter and many oJ
the pumps woro frozen.
- As this is campaign year Du
boys should resuscitate the band
Can't you give it a push, Julius i
- We nevor have soon tho like
of live stock as was in town las
Monday-all sorts, sizes and col
- A weather prophet declare?
that the weather of the past wee!
is to be the woathor for the nox
'Plio Legislature meets ii
?I umbi a nex t Tuesday and som (
! I hm)) I he session will last twe
I mon i i i.:.
Col; Knox Livingston ha:
iii?vod his law offico loone of tin
briol? looms in thc row west o
th? court house,
M r, Sarius M. Odom, o
Bright sviilo, and Miss Lucy New
ton, of Adamsville, wore ih?rrioc
on Sunday last.
- The inability of the ladies t(
turn out Monday on account o
thc cold weather, made oyster;
cheap for one day.
- Remember the independen
farmer is ho who has plenty o
hog, hominy and molasses-UK
markets never trouble him.
- Tho signs point to anothe
riso in cotton because of a shor
crop. Nothing but a short ero]
will ever keep it above 0 cents.
.-The aiton i ion of bridge build
ors is called to the advertisemon
of Capt. Kinney in another col
uinn for proposals to build a
bridgo at Phill's Creek.
- W. J. Stewart, the barber
who lias served thc town so efii
ciently in Iiis capacity since 188?
has closed his shop hero an
moved io Wilmington, N, C, hi
- Mi-. B, IC. DcLormo, th
officient and popular agent fo
tho Atlantic Coast Line at thi
place, now occupies tho J. I
Campbell residence in east Bei
- Mr. .John S. Moore, whom
f?rfcvmalely -sufforoct, no houvil
by the recent fire, is now rocoh
ing and opening up a new sloe
of furniture in tho store nude
McColi's Hall, next to Mc Kel lar
- Mr. W. S. Monteith, of C?
lumbia, representing tho insi
rance company iii which Mossr
J. H. Mitchell and G. W. Waddi
were insured, was in town yeste
day adjusting tho lossos by tl
- Dr. J. P. Kinney is now occ
pying tho neat lillie cottage ne
tho Presbyterian church recent
vacated by Mr. P. A, Mc'Kolla
who has moved to theMurchis<
house now owned by Mr. C.
- To one and all of our pairo:
and subscribers who have
kindly remembered Us at the clo
of the year wo rel urn our gral
ful thanks and will endeavor
merit their continued favors f
the now year.
- The Farmers' Mutual Fi
Insurance Association mel in ti
nual session in tho court hon
on Monday last and elected t
new officers. Capt! J. B. Gre
W?S elected President and C.
Eastorling Treasurer. Mr. J,
Bolton is still agent.
- Tho Palmetto High Soho
under the superintendency
Prof. E. E. Craven, opened Mt
day. Prof. Craven is a vc
bright young man and has h
charge of this nourishing seht
for several years. Ho is doi
great good educationally and o
or wi so am om? thc people
j /Vilains vii lei
. ? (>. \V. M. .loues, white \s
recently returned from 171 or
tiiid opened a gui?Sinilih and jt
olry repair siiop in town, was
rested and carried before Cc
missioner McLaurin last Eric
evening by Deputy United Sta
Marshal, W. H. Hubbard, uni
a charge of retailing whisk
The evidence being of a v<
strong character he was bot
over to court and granted bail
Hie sum of $200, Ho has si:
given himself up and is nov
- When tho Waterbury Wa
Company stopped manufaclur
their old stylo walch, tho il
gates of cheap Swiss facto]
were opened, and poorly mc
very unreliable watches w
forced on the market in plac<
tho very accurate Waterb
which had but tho one fault
long wind. Tho Waterbury C
pany were appealed to for so
thing good and cheap in the qi
wind serios. Tho result is
new "Trump" watch, which s
at ?2.50. Call on H. W. Car
and seo this new watch
Buoklen's Arnloa Salvo.
Tho bent Salvo In tho world for
brui HOB, florea, uloora, Halt rhourn,
boroB, totter, ohnppod hands, ohilblnln
ooma and nil akin oruptlou?, and poul
ourcB plloa, or no pay required. It le
autoed to give por?cot Batlafaotlon, or
oy rotunded. Prion 25 oemtspor box,
salo at ?T?nning?' Phfrfniaoy.
SALESDAY IN JANUARY.
Tho Xjjirgo?t Crowd Boort pu tho ftro-i'
Blnoo Tlllmau'8 Campaign Doy--A. ?jg
Balo of Xilvo Btook aaa other Properly.
Tho first Monday in January, con
trary to expectations, was certainly
a big day in Bcnnottsville. Tho
orowd in attendunco was unusual
largo for January, and they did iii
lack for entertainment.
Fuller Bros. & Bristow opel
their auction salo of horses ot
curly hour and some of the nrelti
animal? were sold ever baud
herc. There were ;v number
other dealers here, but Fuller',
captured the crowd and their rs
woro about 80 head of horses
The Sherift sold one lot of.ln?i|
advertised-190 acres iii Brow ris'
ville-to Mrs. Minnie Rogers lor
The money eato?ici'H were herc
in full force-one a museum of cu
riosities, a little woolly girl ami tho
skeletons ot a giant and un Indian
woman found in a cave.
Messrs. David and Covington,
auctioned8, were busy disposing ol
Only three covered wagons (ooh
positions for trade.
Notable among thc exhibitions was
some poultry exhibited by Messrs,
Humer and Moody, of Adams ? il'"
Mr. Moody had four varieties oj .
Lcghons and one of black Spanish
fowls ?hat were pretty. Mr. Il liiaot
certainly has the finest turkey . evei
No accidents or incidents recur
red to br?ale thc peace and quio I ol'
the day and it was licar dark bein
thc crowd left. It was a bi iby
and thousands of dollars exchanged
Aurora Lodge, No. 33, A. F. IV..
The following officers hdv< boon
elected and installed for tl : eu
Frank Manning, W. M.
J. T. Stanton, S. W.
J, A. Woodloy, J. W.
John Parish, Treasurer.
J. A. Palo, S. D.
A. A. Stanton, J, D.
J. Wi Welch, Tyler,
A P'lrst-Claos Livery.
Mr. Colin D. John has opened. |
a first-class livery and f?eti ita
bles in rear of postpffice ivhoro
good teams can bo had on t he bes i
terms. Ho is also prep?i'i
feed and groom the horses OJ > -
i tors to our town at low !
Call and seo him when you como
to town and put your horses i :
his warm stables away fr* m il i
TIIORC who havo used Dr. King' !
covcry know its value, and those lie I iy<? !
uot, have now tho opportunity toi it Fice, j
Call on tho advertised Druggist ul a |
Trial llottlo Freo. Soud on j ni I inc
ami address to H. E. Buoklou t? .Oiii
eago, and get- a sample box of > Ki
Now Lifo rills Free, an wull ul
Ouido to Health and Household Instructor,
Freo. All of whleh ls guarantee ? (.ci ilu you
good and cost you uithing. Poi 'ii . ?>
J. T, Douglas' drug' storo.
Died at thc home of her grand)
mother, Mrs. Fannie Spears, on
Saturday lastet 12:30 p. m., after
a short illness of membranous croup,
little Jessie, the five-year-old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barring
ton. She was buried at Evergreen
cemetery at 3:30 o'clock Sunday
afternoon. She was a very bright
jhild and only a few moments before
she died she told her mother that
she was growing weaker. When
asked if she was afraid to die she
said "no;" she wanted to go and sec
Jesus and the little angels. She is
Did You Evor
Try Elcotrio Ilitlors as a rained/ for
your troubles ? If not, got a bottle now
and got relief. This medicino lias boon
found to lie peculiarly adapted to (ho ro
lief ami euro of all Fcmnlo Complaints,
exciting a wonderful direct mlhiencc in
giving strength and tono to tho organs,
If you have loss of Ajmotito, Constipa
tion, Headache, Fainting Spells, or aro
Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable, Molancholy
or trouhln I with dizzy r< polls. Electric Bit
ters is thc medicino yon nrod. Health
and strength aro guaranteed by ita uso.
Largo bottles only 500. at J. T, Douglas'1
drug storo. 3
In Trouble Again.
Dock !'.?:.iue, et.loHidj who lins
|>eeii I'lguHuji iu (jU'o courts bf, lilli-!
for various >>i:Vr.<<s, hhs at laiiiv]
wound up Iiis ii'.tll by going over
to Laurinburg and robbing a jew
elry store. It was not hard to trap
him after his robbery, for he was
selling thc articles too cheap-one
of which, a $50 watch for $3, and
so on. Ile was captured by our
chief of police, W. II. Hubbard,
who sent him up to McColl, where
thc slier iff of Richmond county mot (
jilin and took him to Rockingham
jail. Dock confessed to thc robbery
and told thc sheriff. where most of
tho articles taken could bc found.
A Narrow Esoapo.
On Thursday afternoon last one
of Mr. T. C. blamer's tWo-mulo
teams while returning homo from
town came near being crushed ni
the railroad crossing of the Atlantic
Coast Line on the Hebron road hy
a material train which was backing
in from Alice. Thc driver says lu
did not hear thc train until it Whs
right on him, as there was no wai li
ing signals given and he just had
time to rein tho mules to tho righi
to prevent a broadside smashup
when the car struck the team and
gave them a shock they havo not
recovered from yet. Tho wagon
was not hurt. Wo learn that Mr.
Hamer will proceed against thc
road for failure to givo tho signals.
Tb r i nut fa? tho Benson*
ibo Muv?boifp Poultry Fraternity
\ 1 liolO ilioir closing exhibit on
Monday in February. They
0 all admirers of lino poultry,
(toole, , to bring out for ex
or salo suoh specimens as they
1 ave o? any of tho above.
IV, J. 1*. Hamer has promised
? i IM M? uno spcuuiitjiio ui
Lanthans, "NV h ito Plymouth
ks anti \V Mto Holland Turkeys
.lr. .!. F. Holton Jins promised
Ustain Aghl Brahma exhib
tlio Messrs Newton
Game feature lag.
...v... afterw.oOii, January
71% 1896, at the residence of Mr.
J. b\ Bolton, by Rev. Lewis M.
ITamer, Mr. ? red J >;? Kl win Hamer
in?t Misa Mar Uglies Price.
For i; ....II ju , uh out a piuco of Hanno)
duiiipcncd with i mun.minni's Pain Balm
nix! hound ON or n .?. .< K)f ibo pain, and
nhobhoi on tho ba t between too shoulders,
will alford piompt el io I 'tliiaiaisptolally
valuable in i ?.nie? boro tho pain ia enuBcd
by a bold und tbi o ?K .I tendency toward
pneUfnouir?, Por tah at J< uniuga' Phar
1 ' ' o and Funr
.' fwi'.o liens y ll dd ti dime's worth oj
cackling over (.ont's,worth ol' ogg?
t?o need tu uy n new tarni so ''mg
os you eau make tho old one bettor.
Gras? aird j^uese, sheep and swine,
c nn and kiuo, making farming fine.
'Hu: best codling moth trap has not
h'vew po touted. Itisthe jaws of n pig.
.' I (ivory . :*g is sound that eeoms|
so, ami .. lame horse makes a lamo far
Digging f>ix inches deeper on tho
arin is bolter than buying a now
' ; ((owing streams and hills at hand
la ii vim lind trees to adorn tho
Wuslo louds to wont, and want leads]
lp woe; before you start consider which
way you gm
Jniprovje t ! io farm that is under you,
nnc you will soon havo something to!
The fainur that burns much gun-1
[i wder will soon find a bolo in his'
pocket ho rik,
i ii [ ih nt your crop at tho villago !
store, yet? will not find much of it|
ut Inirvest time.
laut memorial trees on Ibo birth
md your children will always
ive. a i uniment.
. I all ihat WP: wasted in Ibo kitchen
on! . ;M t back to the farm the farmer
would become rich.
! you iiavo a jumping cow fix a
?liv'1 !. barrel for ber to jump iuto, nud
won't jump long
There ?3 more gold in tho first six
inches of she surface soil thau in all
tho minea of California.
Double tho manure pilo and you
may doublo tho crop. It ia better |
tluui buying a new farm.
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
County ot Marlboro.-In Court of1
? ?essie \. Sumner, Pl intitl vs John
B. Winters, Mary Carrigan ct. al., D?
tendants.-Complaint lor Partition.
'Jf*N obedience to an order ol sale signed
jjfc by his Hon lt. (J. Watis, Judge ol thc
Fourth Judicial Circuit, and dated De
cember 5th, 1895, I will sell to thc high
est bidder at Benneltsvilte, S. C., on the
first Monday in February 1896, during
legal sale hours, for.the purposes named
in said decretal order, thc lollowing tract
of land situate in Marlboro county in
said State, namely.
AU that certain piece, parcel or tract
ol land containing Two Hundred and
Two Acres, more or less, and bounded
on the north by lands of Thomas A.
Vining, on the cast by lands ol thc estate
of lohn McLeod, on the South by lands
ol David's and on thc west by lands of J,
E. Coxc and N. C. Gandy, as will more
tully appear by reference being made to
the record ot a deed ol conveyance Irom
W. A. McLeod to Allison Smoot in thc
ofllce ol the Register ol Mesnc and Con
veyancc for said county ol Marlboro
Book "R" pages 550 and ?51.
Terms ol sale-One-third cash, bal
.vi ?. in two en us I insialhnens, due iii one.
' and two yc?rs respectively, secured by
hori I md :i mortgage on the premises,
|s;d4 bond i,j bear legal interest bom
chi : sale till paid, anti l . provide l< r
j ?tuyrney's tee in case of collection by
process of law, which is to be a part ot
condition of said bond; or all cash at
option ol purchaser.
J. A. DRAKE, c. C. c. P.
January 7, 1896.
Notice to Contractors.
&JOTICK in horoby given thnt scaled bids
?^? will bo received until tho 21st inBt.,
for tho election of a now Bridge aoross
Phill's Creek ou Ohoraw Road.
Parties bidding will bo cxpeotcd to fur
nhh nil material. Tho Bleepers aro to bo
56 fcot long and to bo bown out of Cypress
Tho Commissioners rcsorvo tho right to
reject any or all bids. For furthor Infor
mation apply to
W. F. KINNEY, Supervisor.
January y, 1806,
? 4A Your address, willi ?ix cents
ty .wM ll'/HII In sumps, malled lo our Head
irfl.ll/1 ot ??mute?, and rules for self
of samples, ano
measurement, of our Justly fa
mous 03 pants j Suits, ?13.26 ;
Overcoats, ?10.08, and up. Cut
to order. Agents wanted every
0?SNewPlpoiith Rock Co.
YOUR property against loss by fire
lightning ami tornado with the old relia
bio Companies representing more thar
Eighty Million of Dollars,
A, ,T. BRISTOW, Agent.
August io, 1895,
Not leo is horoby gi von that at tho animal
mooting of tho boord of County Cominis
elonore, held for tbo oouuty of Marlboro,
tho eald Oommlwtionore concluded to adopt
tho cont mot system for working, malutahl'
lug and oj orating tho eovoral soottous of
highways, roads and bridges in tho eovoral
townships of tho said county for tho pres
ent ftftcal year, Notloo is further ci von to
all persons Hablo to road duty that Section
15 of an Act to pr?vido a system of County
(Jove rn m ont for tho several counties of thc
Stuto, provides as follows : "Tho County
TrcnBuror of tho eovoral counties aro horoby
authorized and empowered to rccoivo from
any and nll'pprsous liablo to road duty, in
tho sovoral countlos, tho sum of Two Dol
iere as a commutation tax iu Hou of all
road duty required by law, and all money
eo paid shall bo Rot apart and known ne
tho county road fund; Provided, that said
commutation tax bo paid botweon (ho first
day of November mid the th ni day of March
in each year for that fleoal year, or whon
Stato and oounty taxes aro paid, nud tho
County Treasurer ehnll finnish a rccolpt to
tho person so paying tho samo. If said
tax ie not paid within tho timo elated,
Section 18 of eald Act provides as follower
'.That if any person liablo to road duty
ncgleots to pay hie commutation tax within
tho time prceorlbcd by tide Aot, tho County
Treasurer is horoby authorized to rccoivo
tho sanio, with tho penalty of fifty por
cent, added; Provided, tho same bo ten
dered within fiftoen duye aftor tho expira
tion of Maid timo," that Is until Ibo fifteenth
dey of March. All parries hilling to pay!
?old i wx v/Hljin..Um lime liinlfced will bc. j
requited to Inboi six days on '"tho pVi?.?lfi |
highway* mulct ono of too oontraolotftj in
the township hading Mudci control tho B???VJ
lion or section? hearest tho fej.|deuop r<f
sycli jisiiion ur perrons i Ah privions iii ir.
ing to avail thciueolvcs of paying enid tax
in lieu of working enid highway, muet do
so within tho timo stated, ns tho law will
bo onforcod aftor that dato.
W. F. KINNEY, County SuporviBOr.
J. C. TOWNSEND, Secretary.
THIS WAVE OP GOOD
TIMES HAS COME.
And I have a nice lino of
BUGGIES, WAGONS AND HARNESS
now on hand. I will also keop a select lot of
in stock for Balo at tho beet priccfl. Don't
buy until you soo mo.
Thanking my frienda for poetpntronago,
they will el ill find mo nt tho Orango Store
and up-to-dato on prioea for anything in my
Sepl ember 18, 1895.
To Prevent tho Burial of Dead Bodice I
within tho Corporato Limits of tho Town
Bo it ordained by tho Mayor aud Alder
men of tho town of Bonncttsovillo in coiiu
eil assembled and by authority of tho saino
Seo. i. That from and aftor this dato |
it shall bo unlawful for any person to bury
dead bodies in auy of tho church yards or
other places within tho corporato limits of
tho town of I-onnnttsvilln, oxenpt aud*savo
in established cemeteries.
Soo. 2. That any person violating tine
ordinanco upon conviction shall bo fiuod not
moro tbau ono hundred dollars or impris
oned not moro than thirty days at discr?
tion of Council or Mayor hearing tho caso.
Dono and ratified in Couuoil this 4th day
of December A. D, 189";.
C. S. MoOALL, Mayor.
MILTON MCLAURIN, Town Clork.
?O MORE EYE-GLASSES,
A Certain Salo and Ellocllvo Remedy for
SORE, WEAK and INFLAMED EYES,
IProttuctitff Ijonff-Sif?htctlncHR, and
llcrtorinu tho S iu ht of thu pitt.
Cures Toar Drops, Granulation, Styo
Tumors, Ked Eyes, Matted Eyo Lushes,
AND PRODUCING QUICK RELIEF
AND PERMANENT CURE.
Also* equally efllcactonN win n uecul lu
oilier maladies, midi on Ulcers, ??vnr
Moven, Tumors, Muli itlu um. JIuritH,
vilo?, or wliorovor liiilmiimatlon ?>xism,
MITOIIRIil/N MAM.Vi: may bo used to
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AT 25 CENTS.
Now You Can Build.
AM now prepared to supply lumber
ol any kind from the best Virgin pino
and lit living prices. My Mill is located
on thc llunt't? HluiT und Clio Road, 7
milos south of Bcnuott8villo. Ordora
filled on short notice. So mo before buy
' iog< Pi ( office Rod Hill.
fi. T. "KPK.VS.
j April Ot h 1895
Notice ot nhal Discharge. .
Notlco io horoby gtvon that I will apply
to tho Judge of Probate for tho county of
Marlboro on tho first day of Fobruary next
nt io o'olook in tho morning for a final
discharge as Administratrix of tho personal
estnlo of J. Douglas Moore, deceased.
II. E. MOORE, Administratrix.
Bonnottsvillo, S. 0., Doo. 24, 1895.
Notice of Final Discharge.
ESTATE OK J. MURPHY THOMAS,
Notice is hereby given that on the 19th
day ol January 1896, at 11 o'clock a, m.,
I will apply to the Probate Judge ol
Marlboro county for final discharge as
administrator ot said estate.
J. F, KINNEY, Administrator.
December 17, 1895.
R. L. FREEMAN,
Surveyor ami Civil .Engine**''?
BENNETTSVIUE, - - S. C.
December 24, 1895.
DR.T. W. BOUCHIER,
iapnriott*?villo, B. C?.
dggBSa Oflico in D. D. McColl's now
^UJUUBIf Building? Up-atairs, wost sic|<
Ofiioo hours from 9 a. m., to fl p. m.
KAT bo wiro tb call 0? XY?. W?
P. ?. M
Is the Place for You to Buv Your
GOODS - CHE AP
I Have Now on Hand a Full Line of
111 BUY GOODS AND NOTIONS
AT BOTTORfl PRICES.
It will pay you to seo mo before you buy
your goods in Ibis line.
I have a well assorted Stock of Hats from 20
cen ls to $3.00, and I am sure thai I can suit you
with a nico Hat for a little moue}'.
rW??Tf' ?rv vT'rV'r y^r^'^Wirvvv w ww-i
I have a complete lino which I bought before
the riso and eau yell them to you cheap.. Come
and vee inc before you buy your shoos.
I havo a ?i?ee s(o?l< of Trunks io bo sold at bot
toin prices, and if you will see me before you buy
i can save you some money on a trunk.
My linc is completo from 10 cents to, 75.
H Glass Ware and Crockery
A>j wwwi ?? ww wwvw wrwvrww
i Staple Groceries.
You can always find a Full Line at bottom prices.
Thanking you for your patronage in the past
' and hoping for a continuance of the same, I am,
P. A. MP-Itellar,
Corner Store Under MCICOII'H Hull.
Tho largest, finest and beat selected
Wall Paper, &c.
Ever offered in Marlboro County.
When you noed anything in nay
lino CALL AND SEE ME.
One Door west of P. A. McKellar's,
Bcnuettsvillc, S. C., March 13, 1895.
Bigger and Better
Than .Iii'er Before*
Wolla Everything You Waut
to Know When You
Want to Know It,
,A VERITABLE CYCLOPEDIA
OP UP-TO-DATE PACTS.
An Invaluable and Unrivalled
Polttloal and Popular
READY JANUARY 1st, 1896.
P^ICE 25 c&i\T$.
(roalpaUt fy Ma?. )
Pulitzer Building, New York.
Don't no. wi ti mi. t lt Tbl? identlal V***
THE GEN HINE THOMPSON'S
GLOVE FITTING CORSETS. You oat
only gob tliora at Strauss'. Wo havo thoa
In all sizes : Yo'mg Ludios at 7$ oonts.
Ladles R. '& II. at $1.00, Nursing $(.00
?Abdominal $1.50, E. $1.75, Rlnok R. till
$1.00. If you bavo ?over trlod tho Olov
Fitting got ono.
B?MON STU A USS.
Novomber 15, 1895,
Keep Your Harps lu Tuno.
: Thoso having stringed Instrument
ef any;kind cnn lirtVo thom tunqd 01
application to B. D. Townsend, at lil
jBtore under McO?il'a Hall, i
ANNUAL RETURNS OF PROPERTY.
COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE, i
Bennottsyillo, S. 0., November 27, 1895. y
NOTICE Ja hereby given that this offlco
will bo open from tho first day of Jan
uary to tho 2oth day of Fobrunry, 1896,
for thc purpoBO of receiving tho rcturoa bf
tho taxpayora of Marlboro county.
All porflooa having proporfcy in thoir pos
session na ownor or holder, or na husband?
parent, guardian, trusteo, administrator,
accounting ofllcor, agont,'attorney or faetor
on tho i et day of January 1896, aro required. ''
to list samo for luxation within tho timo
required by la\v, or incur tho penalty of 50
poi" cont, which attaohoa in failuro to do BO,
Tho poll tax ct ono dollar is laid upon all
malo poreonB betwoon tho ngea of 21. ?nd
50 years, except persona who aro maimed
aud unable to earn a support.
Tho Auditor or an assistant, will attend
nt tho following plaoos in tho oouoty ou
tho dava named for tho convordenoo of ?\?
Ked Hill, Mond..)', .?anmuy 20th, i8;}'>.
ij&AvnftvHlo, Tuesday*, January atilt,'?S96 ;?}
Hebron. Wednesday, January 221'iy ?.8<>'5
Clio, Thursday, January 23d, 1896
lind Bluff, Friday, January 24th, 1896
Tatum, Saturday, January 25th, 189t?
Nowtonvllle, -Tuesday, January 28th, 1896
BrIghtBville,Wcdnca*y, January 29th, 1896
Qulok'a Store, Thursday, January 30th, 1896
Smith villo, Grant'? Mill, Friday Jon. 31,1896
Tho oflloo in Bonnottovllle will bo opon
during tho time prcsorlbed by law, from
January ist to Fobruary 20th 189$, whoro
parties in Bonnotteville and th OHO who fail
to return at tho several appointments mado
onn bo accommodated.
J. 0. CAMPBELL,
Auditor Marlboro County.
WOuP QR SMITH WE
HORSESHOEING A SPECIAUY.
I bttvo opened a Gonornl Ropnir Shop fit
1 tho Sampson stand and am propnred to do
' all kind of
! WOOD OR ?ROW WORK, ^ .
' Buggies, Wagons, Carte, etc., ropaircd nt
? Bhort notion. I mako Horseshoeing a Apo
' olalty and guornntoo fiat iaf notion.
0 Ot>* All I nek ia a trial.
Hi L. STEWARD.
' SAMPSON OLD STAND.
Soptombet 24, 1895. .
? JL--f-V.<i-.- >>f tillOCKlUES o? thc br.,;*,
kind at P. A. Mx^B^AlVS.