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8. A. BROWN - - - Editor.
Wednesday, iv. ; 7 c 0, 1900,
Subscription L'rlc? t
Ono y oar.$ i.00
Bix monUis..... .50
J. W. Johnson hus been appoin
ted postmaster ut Marion.
.'resident Mckinley went to
!. .rfolk to witness the eclipse.
Tho British annies have roached
tho city of gold Johannesburg.
Thc HOI thorn and the southern
Presbyterians aro trying to got
togo thor agaiu.
Dowoy's big claim for destroy
ing the Spanish ships at Manila
has been cul down one-half.
Tho peach crop of Georgia is]
said to bo lino and shipments are
now being made to tho north.
Tho failure of Semour, Johnson
& (Jo., brokers of New York, took
placo Monday. Cotton futures]
Europe is taking great interest
in our now cousus. Yes, tho census
is far ahead of an exposition as an
Now Yorkers aro complaining]
of paying GO els a hundred for ico
whilo wc of Bennottsvillo pay 05
to 85 and say not liing.
3.iev, Jiun08 White, colored, for
JVC ?'our;, court crier at ?Sumter, is
dead. Sumter has several more
that jan make good ones.
(3ch. VVad? I l um pion's phyal
oin is advised him to give up go
ing to Louisville du account of
feebleness, Ho is now past 81.
A movement is on foot to bring
over so this country tho Boors
who do not want to submit Eng
lish rule, and havo them settle ni
Now that ?South Carolina man
ufactures all of her own cotton,
her smart men are put putting up
mills to manufacture all tho ma
chinery used in those mills.
The latest from tho wnr over in
South Africa is that the end of the
war is in sight. Three largo ar
mies are closing in on tho Boers
and the burghgors aro urging Gen.
Kruger to surrender.
Price, McCormick <fc Co., ono of
tho hugest brokerage houses in
New York, have suspenod business
for awhile. They have been trying
to ':oep up August cotton to 10c,
but tho pressure was against thorn
and down they went. Their loss
will not it is said be over $300,000.
The moon passed between the
( ?rth and the sun and The Stato
passed between Colonel Hoyt and
tho people cn tho ?ame day. The
efleet of this latter eclipse can
best bo observed on the last Tues
day in next. August.-Columbia
BOTS PROM SMITHVILLE
Corn and cottou are looking fine
especially tho corn. Gardens are
also doing well, but wu havo no
headed cab bago yet.
Mr. A. J. Quick lost a fino mulo
recently. A heavy blow in plow
ing season of the year.
Mr, J. W. Quick also mot with
the loss of a fine cow recently.
Farmers hustling to bo ready
for the small grain, which is ripen
ing rapidly in some places.
Tho roads are hoing put in fine
order nowfor thc fall trude.
The ero]- of spring chickens is
ste ill, bub lhere will be enough to
hu\ 3 a few pies later on.
May^C, J900. Ho?.
Dispensary School Funds.
Thc .dispensary profits placed to
the credit of Ibo School fund in the
State have boen (livid.ni among the
cou it Jcs. Marion gels ft2,109.56
G rad od School Trustees.
Tho stockholders of (ho Marl
boro Educational ?Socio!y met yes
terday and reelected tho old Hoard
of Trustees : Hov. Rufus Ford, L.
J. Breeden, T. W. Bouchier, J. M.
Jackson, A. J. Bristow.
Mr and Mrs. Beckwith, who
have been spending some time in
our town, and whoso generous
gifts have drawn out all hearts,
were tendered an elegant reception
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1). I).
McColl on Friday night, and on
Monday night (mother nt thc home
of Mr. and Mrs. Knox Livingston.
Thc graduating class of thc Graded
school will give her one at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mc
En ortalnmont For tho Monumont.
All who attended tho performance
of tho ''Mother Goose" cantata thrco
weeks ago woro just delighted at its
repetition last night hy Miss Stallings
and her pupib for tho benefit of the
fund for tho proposed monument to
our (load, and felt amply repaid. Tho
good music furnished hy Mr. Julius
T. Dudley, violin, Mrs, Junio Fuller,
violin, and Miss Vista Dudley, man?
doini, was a pleasing feature,and most
heartily enjoyed by all, us was also the
songs so sweetly sung by Mosers T, G.
Mathoson, B, D, Townsend, Mra. P.
E. Howe and Miai Lily Croslnud.
m>?m?Hi' 1? ?i'i
MRS CLARA DAVID MILLEU,
Mrs Clam David Miller was boru
September 0, 1871 omi died May 8,
1900. On tho 28(1 ot Decombor 180G
she was marriod to Loudsviu Miller.
He husband and two little boys aro
left of this little family-tho youngest
boy boiug only six aud a half mouths
ulu. Tho bereaved husbuud und mo?
thorless children httvo tho sympathy
of mauy loving hearts.
CLAKA was tho daughter of that
worthy citizen of Marlboro, Mr. J. II
David. She possessed a frail body,
was strong in soul. Her loving dis
position and gentle manners wou for
her a host of friend?. She was much
loved because sho waa so lovable
Some one has given us a high ideal of
a porfeet woman. Hore is his dosoiip
liou : "An uuspittcd character, a
cheerful disposition, a gonerous, un
tiring heart, and a brave will." Iii.
ideal was very nearly if not altoget .
or carried out in tho life of Clara Davi i
Miller. There was a happy comhin :
lion of purity and gentlcncBH which
made ter au object of admiration.
It was tho privilege of the writer ot
these lines to seo this frail, gent?o wo
man face death. The "king of terror"
had no terror for her. She declared
that she was not excited and her voice
and manner testified to ber composure,
With a mothor's love sho ohing to her
children, but with a christian's faith
?he trusted lier Saviour. ' Thanks be
to God, which giveth us tho victory
through our Lord Jesus Christ."
May 28, 1900. R. F.
JAMES GORDON BENNETT MCCALL
Was boru August, 10th 1854, al
Clio, S. C. Ho was tho third sou ol
John jj, McCall and Nancy Sinclair
McCall. Tho deceased was brought
up in the upper portion of Marion
county and has a largo cirelo of kins
folk and acquaintances in Marion and
Marlboro counties and also in tho
State of North Carolina. Ho was liv
ing at tho time of his death on his
plantation near Hamer, in this county
He had never married and was en
gaged exclusively in the business ol
agriculture. His large plantation wu?
tho scene of ono of the most thriving
agricultural industries in our county ;
bowns surrounded by loyal tenants
aud croppers, all of whom were devo
ted to him and his aiTairs ; and he
enjoyed tho afleotionate regard of all
his ucighhois and acquaintances in
that section of our county. It was n
touching sight to seo these tenants and
neighbors following tho last remains
to their burial placo, tho Sinclair oom
eteiy near Gallavon, whero his ances
tors ou thc Sinclair side aro buried j
Tho funeral services were conducted
by Kev. J. G. Richards of the Presby
terian church at tho home of his aunt,
Mies Mary Sinclair, near said ceme?
tory, on Sunday afternoon the 6;h
amid a large concourse of sor ?owing
friends and relatives.
In the ruin that succeeded the war,
his parents were not able to giyo him
a collegiate education, aud his eduea?J
lion and his opportunities iii this re.]
gard were, therefore, limited. He, J
however, attended the neighborhood
school house mid aldo wont for two
terms to tho military school couduted
at that time by Col. Asbury Coward,
at Yorkville, S. C. Ho made good
uso of tho opportunities which ho had
and developed a largo fund of iotelli
gonce, which stood him in good stead
in the business afluir? of life. Ile was
devoted to his business and by dint ol
onergj' and skill was rapidly accumu
lating miflieiont property to have af
forded him all the comforts of life. lu
his intercourse with others, he was
always very considerate of their foeU
iugs and always sought their happiness
in preference to his own. This prin
ciple seemed to guido in the lino ol
benevolent acts. He was always ready
to succor tho needy und give comfort
to those who were in distress. His
hospitality was unbounded as all can
testify who over paid him a visit to
his bachelor home. Wo suppose that
no man in our county was more loved
and respected by his friouds and by
those who came within the purview et
his hospitality and benevolence. Ho
was thoroughly honest in all his deal
ings and had the confidence of all bu
siness men with whom ho carno in
contact His death crented a void
which can never ho filled. Doscendod
from ono of our oldest and most res
pectable Scotch families, ho seemed lo
inherit their traits of honesty aud be
His untimely death is mourned not
alone by thc members of his family;
his many friends share in their grief.
-Contributor in Marion Star 2Std.
Mr. McCall had many friends in
Marlboro. His aged mother, three
brothers and ono sister reside in and
near Bcnnettsville-C. S., T, D" and
J. M. McCall and Mrs. H, H. Newton.
Mrs. J. P. Edens resides in Olio. Mrs
L, B. Roper at Single, Williamsburg
county, and Mrs J. A. I'ate ut Colum
bia, S. C. Mr. Archie M. McCall,-fur
many years a resident of Ronnctlsvillo
now resides at Gallavon, in Marion
Tho State Campaign.
Thc Stato campaign opens at
Orangeburg June 14th and closes
at Columbia August 22d. They
will reach Marlboro Wednesday,
To bo Foreclosed.
Thc new cotton mill nt Ked
Jil ii fl' is to bc sold on tho first Mon
day in July under a foreclosure.
It is a splendid outfit and in a fine
section of country to secure cotton.
Four for tho Prloo of Ono.
Wo have mado arrangements to
furnish thc patrons of THE DEMO
CRAT the Now York World throo
Limes a week with THE DEMOCRAT
for tho low prico of #1.65, Just
.bink of four papers every week for
Ibis little sum. Can you afford to
tot this pass ? Begin at once.
A Billville report to the Atlanta
Construction says it was ao dark
luring the eclipso that the sheriff
couldn't seo to uiak i a levy ? von
?vith 8 candios aud a lantern.
Progreso bau Indeed boon tho watjhword
ut tho Nlnetconlh century. Im.ir .. i
baa uiarohcd foi ward with giga i-'i . . ? li?**
Wo brivo nonibHuted timo mid bpaco, au.
comp] InMng in a few hours' jour noy * lint
would have taken days, o ron wooka, u eon
tury ago, Elootrioity transmits our thoughts
Horons continents ?nd under vant oceans to
far ci? !,".:;d.;, WV, tCQmtu tu uur humus
and eoavorso by moans of tho telephone
with friouds milos and milos away.
Our postal systom hos kept with' tho
procession, and louds that of all other ooun
trios. Not content With convoying our
amil inattor at lowor rates mid nt greater
?pued than ?vor boforo, tho groat boon of
"rural delivery" hus boon vouer.unfed us,
doing away tho custom of sending for our
mall to tho post oflleo milos removed from
us, and having it delivered by a Govern
ment wagon at our doors,
Wbllo tho majority of tho improvements
hitherto have mainly benolUlod tho com
mcrcial and professional classes, I Ural de
livory touobes tho hitherto greatly forgot
cnn farmer. This innovation has passed
tho experimental Btnge in tho western,
central sud uotihotn states, and, thanks to
tho energetic e fforts c f pomo of our Uey?
rot-outativeB in Cot greet?, has at lase found
its way to our beloiod Sou'h 'Jaroliua.
Some puoplo will doubtless arguo that vo
could diupeimo with this ox pondit u ' - nf
publia fund?, and go on in tho samo old
way. 'Tis truo that wo might, but otho
, states and Icclitiea I nvo rural delivery
and diclrc to hold on to if-, und whilo tho
"pie" la being out and divided wo might
ad well como in for our slice, and teoure i
theilo advantages to Southern pooplo who
havo ft greater record in administering
good tilingo to other localities than lu se*
curing them for themselves.
It ie gratifying to soo old Marlboro mak
ing a nice beginning with this uow system
and m ny it continuo until every homo,
however humble, shall bo within rcaoh of
Congressman Norton deserves congratu
lations on snob happy results of his pct.
sieteut mid tactful ?ervloes which in ono
soEsion of Congress so substantially benet,
fits tho Sixth Congressional district, in pub
Hs buddings and mail facilities.
Tho McColl routo is now in net ive op
eration and is giving cntiro satisfaction,
while tho routo from llenuettsvillo to
Smithville will bo opened tho first of
June, thereby furnishing ample mail fa
ollitics for quito a number of citizens who
hciototoro bavo boon forocd to scud ton
and fifteen miles for their mail.
Congressman Norton is doing every th u ,'
in his power for his constituents, aud from
rx pression H on every hand, ho is daily
growing ia popularity, aud tho host politi
cal gu(wiora unhesitatingly declaro that ho
will onally Biicoeod himself.
May 25, 1900. J. r. Cl.
Rural Mail Routo No 1.
Tho rural mail delivery route No. 1
running through tho David a n d
Mooro scctiou lo Pipkin's mill thence
to Joe Quick's, R. C. Easterliug's mill
lt. A. Douglas, J. li, David's mitt to
HonneltHvi?le, will commence Monday
June 4. All parties living on .paid
route- wanting their mail delivered
daily must have their boxes np by
that date. Also parties living oil' the
route eau have their mail delivered by
simply putting up a box and furnish
ing us with a list of those members of
tho family who receivo and tend mail.
We will be prepared to furnish boxes
to those who di sire them. All boxes
mib.t bave a look and two keys
JESSIE D. DAVID, Jr.
JAM ICS F. DA YID,
May 21, 1900 Carriers.
Letters addressed to tho follow
lng persons remain uncalled for
at the postofilco in Bennetts ville;
Miss Melia Malachi, Mamie
Williams, Mrs. ll. A. Quick, Sid
Paul, A. P. Barrett, J. W.
Brown, J. AV. DuBose, Ellio C.
Green, Isarn Jones.
(fcjr Uso "Land Heno valor" on youi
stubble lund. For sale at Oil Mill.
Did You Know It i
The Mutual Mfa Insurance Co., of
New York is probably tho oldest, rich
est, and best, iii the world. See their
agent before insuring. He can offer ns
good and cheap Policy as the best.
T. L, CROSLAND, Agt.
May 21st 1900.
i?>- "Land Renovator" is at $10
per Ton equal to the best Acid Pt cs
phato For salo nt Oil Mill,
2 glasses lemonado for 6c at J,
B. Hamilton's saloon.
-? <y;> *.- .
Evaporated peaches, dried ap
ples and fancy lemons at J. li.
(t?r "L a n d Renovator" is not a
.Trust" Fertilizer. For salo at Oil
Mill wt $10 por ton.
Notice of Court
NOTICE IB horoby given that Ibo Court
of Gonoral Sessions will convene tho
fourth Monday iii Juno i,boing the 251h dny
thereof) 1900, and tho Court of Common
Pleas on the. Wednesday next following
?aid fourth Monday in June (hoing the 27Mi
day thereof) 1900, at Ifonnottsvillo in' and
for tho county of Marlboro and Stato of
South Carolina. All persona interested
will take duo notioo thereof.
J. A. DRAKE,
Clerk Court of C. P, & G. S.
For Marlboro Co , S. C.
May 30, 1900.-4fc
1001 - 1900.
SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE,
COLUMBIA, s. c.
A. B" U.S., A. M , L. L ll., Li I.,
Courses. Spring Courses freo foi Teach
ers. Fourteen Professors ; 33,000 vols.,
in library; excellent laboratories, class
rooms, gymnasium, infirmary, athletic
grounds. Tuition $10. othor foes $18, a
sossion; tuition re tn i tied lo needy students
Exponaos $135 to $l7.r> a sossiou. Corti
tiftcd Pupils from ibrly fi vo Acorcdited
SehoolH (giter ils Freshman Class without
Fmi rani's* ml Nor tn ul Heb ola rah lp Ex
aminations held at ovoty county seat on
F.iday July 20, IMO, by County Super
Next sossion opens September 26* 1900.
For oatalogue, address
f, 0.W0ODWA?D, Froildftnt
It burns the cheapest fuel
same oil you burn in your
If your dealer does not 1
STANDARD OIL CO
1 That Throbbing Hoadaoh? 6
Would quickly leave you, il' you used I
Dr. King's Now hilo Pills. Thousands I
cif sufferers have proved their .maleldons
merit for Sick and Net vous Headaches
They make pure blood and siroug nevves
nod build 'up your health. Ktisy lo take
Try them. Only 25 cents, ?Money back
if not eurCd. Sold by J, T, Douglas &
mtOODOBOag lumwrat Jtamnnmum rru-t va i n nm ama TU,
For Clerk of Court.
I ntmouiicu my seit n candidate for re
election, under tho mica of tho Demonrolio
priinaiy, to tbe dil co of Clerk of Court for
Marlboro county. J, A DRAKE,
April 24, 1900,
I hereby aimcunoo niynelf a candidato
for tl. 0 nomination of Sheriff on tho Dem*
oorntio ticket rubject to ibo rules govern
i i.g the Gamo.
May 30 h, 1900* J. B. G Kit KM,
I hereby announce myself a candidato
for tho ellice of Shu iff Marlboro county,
subject to i ho niles govoi'tiing Domooratlo
April .jib, 1900. B. A. KOGKRS.
I hereby announce myself for re-elec
tion to tho oin CO of Treasurer Marlboro
oouniy, subject lo ibo action Democratic
Aprd .ph, 1900. J. II. THOMAS.
I hereby unnoimeo myself na a candi
date for rc diction tc tim ellice ot Audi
tor of Marlboro county, subject lo tho
action bf thc D 'incoratic primary.
April io, 1900. B. S. CARLISLE.
I hereby nun?tihoo myself n candidate
for reelection to the office of Coroner of
Marlboro county-subject of tho rulos of
tho D?mocratie prima:y.
May 20, 1900. J V. DAY ni.
BY virtue of tin Order of Sale q rant'.ul
by tho Probate Coiirt ol' Marlboro
county, 1 will sell at thc l ite losideneo of
Mrs Mary A. Sui i I li in Pennottsvillc oh
Parsonage street oil Thursday dune 7th
1000, m ibe highest bidder POP CASH.
All ibo personal prop'ny of which Mary
A. Smith die?! s;'i/,.?d and possessed, eon .
Stating ol' Household and Kitchen Furni
ture and a miall quantity o!' Paeon and
Lard. Sale to com meneo ut IO o'clock.
K. S. CA1U.1SLI',,
Muy 18, 1 DOO Administrator.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
KbTATlC Ol' M A HY A SMITH.
ALL persona lidding claims of any kind
against tho Eitato of Mary A. Smith
will present thom duly attested to th? nu
deisigncd within tho '.imo required by law,
und f.ll portions indebted to Said estate oro
requested lo maka immediate payment of
sume to tho und rfiighotl
E S. OAR LISLE, Adm r.
May 30 1900.-- 3!;.
Winthrop Coll?go Scholarship
Ami Entrance Examination.
tTfllll'j ex animation for tho award of vu*
J?, cant scbnlarvlups in Winthrop Cob
lego and for tho admis-ion of rio w students
will he hold ai th" 0 olin ty Court House
on FRI DAV JUbV 20th. nt ?J a in.
Applicants must not l>3 loss than If)
years 1 I age.
When scholarships aro vaca'ed after j
Jilly Wtli limy will bu awarded IO (ltO.40
making the highes! average at ibis exam
?nailon. TboO?s? of at tend ince, inclu
ding board, I'dihihlicil room, licit, light
and wadiing i> only tf-i f>t) por ilion'h.
Ker l\ir hoi inibrination and a catalogue
ad lrc-s Pro. idont D. D, JOHNSON,
hook Hill. S. (5.
MUST FEED FOIi (JATTLIC
At c. s. MCCALL.
Purni ?nt fc i tho notion of tho Grand
Jury at tbe Apiti tolm of Court. \ hero,
by wura id! persons against plowing into
or obo'.nieting tho public highways in any
way. Tho overseers jp oiioh road district
aro hereby required to swuar out warranta
before tho nearo.st magistrate nguinst nil
persons violating tho law in regard to
D, J. Extolling,
May 7th, 1900. County Supervisor.
A second hand McCormick
Reaper in good ropair for eulo
EARLY AMBER CANE SEED
Al O.S. Mc OA LL,
^'osn?ncss is cn'
Oil Stove that good housekee
saf<;ty is another. Convenience am
[f you're figuring on
ig money on fuel
immer, figure on
you can buy-thc
lamps. No odor,
lave them, write to
T III i i i
SBSS?tSSSS?S??tB?SSS?S?SBS? II II iii if i~
Wo Holl Engines, Boilers, Grist!
Mills and Yuh Winkle Gins.
Vi Ai Hodges.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
1?STATR OF MARTHA MCDANIEL.
ALL poraons having ulnimS ngniuat tho
catato ot Ma rt lia McDaniel will prcaout
j thom duly atteated within tho required
? limo, and all persons indebted to aaid os
! tato will pluaso tirr.-ing? tho Blum at biioo.
J. R. M cl) AN* 1Kb, I?xeouior.
I May 16, 1900.
.A/.* V. ?.jt. AAA'- r\ r..~ 1. JW <. f : *
Id COLD lill
1 Um now prepared lo serve nil
who ihiraty for something cold
lo think. I cnn furnish tiny
kind of a non-intoxicating drink
that you wish or can think of.
Cull and sec mc. G tickets for
J Ch: CREAM served als 3.
CA 1.1 i ON MB, when in need of
a ny tiling iii 1 his linc.
( OX10 BLOCK, Marion St
ii t- ped fully,
J. B. HAMILTON*
May 8, 1??0
NSW BRM IN TOWN.
Messrs F L:. SW. M. ?1?WE
Have bought out E. M. ROWK'S FANCY
QltOOKliX STOJlli and will bn glad to have
your trndo; Ai.d wo ask all of bia old
oustomora to ooiitinuo their trad a with
lia 3lint ns they did with bim, Wo will
lmr.dlo ihe KA ino elana of ' goodt that bo
did and will make prioCH to hiiii every
body All goods bought in town will Ix*
delivered TH O oil hhori noliOo, 01 an an v
amount it not but 50. All (jonda ;;u<ir
autoed to lo frchh dud to y i v 0 et'.b faction
if uol return them. Wo only buy gooda
in small (i-mntities, 60 we e.01 keep thom
coining in fro.*!) ?ivory few days,
We Have Just Received
A fresh lino of Lowney'a Candies, Fr?ali
Aborted Cakes mid duckers, uWo a fresh
linc of Jellies, Proserv?*, Piukle", Fruit
.Lona, Olives, Rollie Ciernen, Maple Syrup
Cutiutp, Calico of all l.iiii'.H Als.) ii frosh
lino bf (lan Good?, KU oh ns Pen oh OR, Apploa
j Cheri int.. Apricots, Fears, Pl?ms, Pineapple
' grated ?diced and chiiuUf, Toni it'iea, JSitl
I mon, CO?II, lleatiK, ("arden Pous, Okra and
1 Tomatoes, Hob z* 'romalo Roitp, Lunch
? 'rOOgiiOi Condensed M i I ii j Siiiaagn, Oyster?
I .Sard,ms, (imported an.l american), Devil
i ('rubi willi hh.lla, Mugi?' Yeast, M ?itt cod,
(..reputed or powdered), tiweet Pi eldee
I mix. d in bulk. All kinds of can meats.
Wo have ditto
A Nice Line of
Qi ffe'o (green or parch cd), Postum Coronl
Tea, Oatmeal, Tapioca, l.'orn Starch ('ump
ami oolbiloUI), Spices, Cod i lt nb, Uirsforda
Royal mid (>:>od Ltiok ISuki?g Powdera,
Flavoring 1*Nir.-.0ls, nil kinds <>f Choeol ito,
Macon ron i, liest (beim Utoson, Huller, all
kind of Fruit, g roon br dry, Hams, Break
fast Rac-m. Salt, Flou-, Meal, RioC, (?Ats,
Stigiir, Rutter Colo.-, Soul, .. o'.)., MO an d
Cigars, And lotti of other lldi go too miine
rous to mention,
A Continuance of Your Palr?naye will
Ki R. ec W. M. ROWE.
'Phone No. 38, -
ST AMT, OT UT II CAROLINA,
?C?ifUniy of Marlboro--Court Corri'
in 11 IMeit:?.
Y.\ Parle, 1 Application to set
j- npart 1 lernest ead
Knill lulen Quiek. ) in Personally.
Public notice is hereby given of thc
intention ol Ft ii th Kllen Quick, widow ol
Randolph R (?nick, deceased, to bave a
homestead 1er herseil \vy\ child fen set
apart lo I lie tn out of live personal estate
oj s.ihi R R. Qoick On the 31st day ol
May I shall appoint I h ree disinterested
residents ofs:iid county and Stale to hp
praise and set off snob homestead in Ute
manner provided by law.
,7. A. DRAKH, 0 O M, O.
?onnottsiillo, S. C., Moy 3, IQOO.
Tun GKBAT ' POTATO Bun" DI?.
STUOYKR cati bo hail nt
C. S. MeCALL'S.
At C. S. MeOAIJ,,
For Sale at (V?cColl
A dwelling house und half nore lot,
willi good barn, 2 stalls nod gnod buggy
room. Dwelling has flvo tooms. Good
water and Uno location. Terms reason a?
bio. Ad hess Lock Box 117, MoColl.
pers appreciate. Perfect
1 cool cooking are others.
WOOD FOE SALE
Wu mc now prepared to furnish Worri
of nil kind on short notice nt lowest cash
MUNNIC?U/YN & LlUIC,
Nov. 23, 1899.
Stylish Dress Gk>ods;
pt( Hayo added lo roy Dross Goods
QI Department a larger and hot
ter lino than I have heretofore
kept, some of thom arc tho l iehest
waves of thc old world, and tho
wonder is how cnn colton and wool
bo so cunningly wove, so daintily
dyed, and sold at such a modest
price. Come and sec them.
Thompson's Gloys Fining Corset
Can now bc had iii 4, 5, and G
Hooks foi 5 Oe ls, V?cts und ?1.
UKNNrCTTSVJT.I.K, 3. 0.
Pub. ar, 1900.
Valuable Land For Sale
"if ll AVK lor immediate pale, a tract ol'
find in Uoberon couti ty, N. C. con
h?tiing nb'ni I liSO acres, about 100 cleared
bulfinco tiiub-.uv.d, tho lund being situated
near dio South (Jin ol i tia line, iihiini S
miles h-dow M.jxton, For lurther itij'ur
tnaiion apply lo tho un ?ur'Hftncd.?
A, NV. iMcbKAN.
tV'b. 7, Pwo. Lumberton Ni ?.
J, A. FAIS ON, M. D.
&.*hy*lciasi ?uni Surgeon.
BJ3NNJOTTSVlIiLB, 8. O.
OKKICK on Crosland street, near Mr. T. F
Wound's ofllco. Hosldonco bonne for
merly occupied by Mr. I', A.
MoKoIInr in Wost lieimoitsvillo.
To tlio Farmers and Giimers
. of Marlboro County.
WU will pay you tho highest mat kui
prion fur your cotton socd and soil yon
Coltou Seed Moni ns low ns (hut elaSH niuul
ono bo bought, Why nidi your sued to bc
shipped off when you cnn do ns well nt
homo, Patronize "Homo Industry" und
you will help build up our ooui.trj.
BIAHLiJOltO MILL Ct,
, Sept 22, 1997.
Attorney ut Law and
Probate J ud go.
OIUJO in Court House,
To PATENT Rood Idoas
mny be Scoured by
our nht. Achiro??,
Tl Iii PATENT RECORD,
Dubscrlptton* to Tho I'atcnt accord 01.00 per nnnu.n.
- Do your clothing need clean
ing and repa i ring? If so, take
th?m to Stewart's barber shop
and they will havo it dono in the
rantizr?.7ir.n^..tvavr?tt:rv?yws^m:itZ?Tf?o*iv. v... -/.;.<-!.
rvs \V. B0?LTCIMB1?,
it', * Attorney nt Law.
Benno tinville, S. C.
Office on Darlington street near Postal
Telegraph office. January, IK0'.>.
?MiLE ?o W0?KS
OK J. W. MoBIiWEH,
BEN NETT SVIL LE. S.C.
I II A VIC recently moved my
Marble Works from McColl lo
Bennettsville, and for the pros
cut nm Incited near thc Depot,
mid occupy t bo Mot'a ll Brick
WiU'ohouse, whore 1 v. ill ho
pjoriVud to con*iuuo 10 supply lill woik
needed in my lino io tho people of .Murk
boro timi adj lining counties Pnrii"s find- (
iiig it more convenient can hive their or
ilovs lilied from my yard nt Dillon. S, U.
De.-igns. ostini ni cs mid prices iuniisho. ,
application Cleaning and resell lng mon
iinicn K and tombstones Ti specialty.
Th?nI;lng tho genni id public for pn>t.
pu ti on.ire I res pe ol fully spHeit lt emuin
tune.; oj'thc same in ibo I ut uro.
J. W. WIcELWEK,
NV. W. PATIO. MANAOKR.
January 22, 10M
Loving Hearts, Swoet Hearts
Easter Hearts. Friendship Hearts
BMR are daily showing a BRIGHT
i^M NEW- LIN*! of Fine
Sierllss^ Siller .and Solid
461 KHI KNDBII IT HE A Hf ? sold in (lie past 10 days.
THEY KEEP R??OVift?C !
SILV?li HEARTS, Pricea 25 cents to "75 cents.
GOLD HEARTS, Prices $1.60 to $2.50.
No Charge for Engraving Initials. _^?>
CARROLL S JEWELRY STORE.
March 21, 1900.
BIITTSM HARDWARE C
Headquarters for Ever y Hiing in our Line.
WE ARE MANUFACTURERS AGENTS FOR
GINS, ENGINES, BINDERS *T MOWERS.
IT PftYS TO BU'/ [??[ BEST.
And we are in position to give Good Terms
Wc have a largo lf|<?^ $m?AA?Tr '
]?lu} 0[' JL.Lla iv.) V Ai Ci SJ Ali
Our lino of
WE Carry a large lins of PAINTS of ail kind, OILS,
CEMENTS and LIME, ali of which we sell at the very
lowest possible pri?es
CALL ON US WHEN G
IN NEED OE
WE RUY ix LAUGH QUANTITIES and BUY FOR CASH,
and Guarantee Satisfaction, both ns to Quality and Price,
Cali and get
SP. ?L wmm
May 8. 1900.
W. l?o& JwF. BRE?D1B
??i ?I AVPiauG disposed of their fjonoral Merchandise,,
j r??ii:.j will in iViliiro ainiiho ami devote their entire time
Isa L;j to tim follow ing line :
tex Mi) m m uk te>
Cash, or on time with good security.
Iii?, * I Wi * Al WAGONS,
Following are some ol' (lie makes we handle :
Tyson &. Jones, Rook Hill, Hackney,
Babcock and Advance.
Wagons-Auburn, Whito Hickory and Weber.
AUR HAHNESS^DEPARTMENT H most complete in (ho PEE DEG SeotloD
U All U-inlos of Harney; Al.So nil parts ol' Harness. fVom a Crupper toa Blow
Sand. \\ o also.hayo n tarfto stock oj' Plow Bridle*, Wa?on Urtdlo?, Oollar P?d>
ind Lollar ot nil biscos ?uni (? rades.
IN PACT, wo koup ?verythi?? pelooginft to a lloreo or Mulo's wearing appia**
>r lliat ho >s hkcly to be hitched (o. CALL TO SEE US.
1VILLXL -S. C.
?.TBY PRATT'S FOO?.
Jauoary 29, 100Q,