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8. A* lUtOIFN - - - Editor.
.c' ' Subscription Price i
Ono y oar.$1.00
Six months... .50
Th reo months.,. .25
Tho election o? Tuesday pasied off
quietly with only a ripple of interest
ns io tho wisdom of allowing hog* to
ho raised within tho corporate limits
Tho vote on tfio qujstiouwa9 42 for
and 82 against. Tho ticket for Town
Olnoeral was ^nominated hut Wedne3
day nud is as follows:
. O . S. McCALh.
J. F. BREADEN)
, W. S. HOWE,
??I ?& E.EXUM,
j. T. DOUGLAS;
Mothodist S, S. Conforenoe.
. Our Sunday sohool Conferonco
will bo hold nt Beauty Spot on thc
first Friday.,and Saturday in May.
Wo wont to urge ovcry ono who ia
heartily in sympathy with us in this
agr??t work ta moot us there. Es
pecially is it important for every
Methodist minister, every Sunday
school superintendent and teacher
t ) bo present.
?vQuestions'of vital importance to
tho Sunday soliobl and its work will
This occasion will bo one of un
usual interest. Old Beauty Spot is
expecting, and will be prepared, to
entertain with its accustomed gene
rous hospitality all delegates and
thosOiWho want. light and help in
Sunday, school work. Attend breth
ren) expecting to help and bo helped.
Pi 'A. HODGES,
April i),' 1901, Prest.
J PEN A ND SCISSOR GRAPHS
Tho stiow storms in Virginia
last wo oh did much damage.
Tho friends of the opposition
candidato are always "heelers."
.Tho ago of admission to Clom
800 Col logo has been changed to
Mrs. Morrison, mother of Mr.
.A. .MoT/ Morrison, of Maxton
tlicd ou Friday.
Tho ; '.mblo is iybou ii mari ad
mit?;, i l hu is urn ph, Ix siwa . R
i|ifK?(? tb-/ Sft:ying;|\o is glad
Tho bullio Ive 'br} tig oil onr
Bi'lyos lot rt bit ino'tt welcome
?than (1 iv biol) wo receive lr<wn
Aguinaldo, having taken the
oath of allogianco to tho U. S.
Stn toe? is now advising his follow
Ws to do li ko wi so.
BiiHflia has sent a lotter to this
jtgdverumont saying that she had
uo intcution ot land grabbing in
Manchuria, and that sho will re
tiro troops as soon as possible.
The Southern Atlantic State? Music
Festival will be held for tho seventh
consecutive year in Spartauburg, S. C.,
May 1st 2nd, 3rd under tho auspices
of the Converse College Choral So
Tho mayor of Philadelphia is
urging that city to appropriate
$35,000 to tho Charleston exposi
tion in the hope that it will be tho
menus bf getting back some of tho
Bishop W. W. Duncan will
preach tho commencement sermon
^.of.the. Columbia Female College
*\ni Suuday, Juno 2, and Prof. Dav
id Duncan Wallace, Ph. D., of
Woftbrd College, will deliver tho
.. literary address Tuesday morning
For the first time in history tho
month of April linda no yellow
fever in Havana. Yet there aro
?orno nooplo who hold that the
American occupation of Cuba is an
outrago of the rights of* man, the
chief of which is, by general ac
knowledgement, tho security of
If Senator Mclaurin can sue
coed where Senator Tillman failed,
in the matter-of giving Charleston
a government exhibit at hor groat
fair, tho tide of tho young Sena
tor's waning popularity may bo
stayed and turned to tho flood
again. No man is so woll likod as
tho Olio who can do things.-Sa
vannah Morning Nows.
On tho 18th instant Chinoso Minis
-ter Wu...Ting Fang, Senator John L.
McLaur.iu and Prof Dabney of Wash
ington, at tho invitation of the Man ii
. fnctureVs' Association of Charlotta, aro
to deliver addresses iii that city.
Tho (Jhineso Minister is now much
in demand. Senator McLanrin's speech
is expected to bo of much interest to
South Carolinians, ns it is believed
that ho will on this occasion sound tho
koynole of his campaign in this Statt
for reelection to tho t?cuato.
tl ard To Honro.
Gen Moise, who is canvassing
the State in tho interest of tho
Exposition, told an audionco ovor
in V?fk county that tho farmers
>Vouhd kntako moro lotting thoir
latida gi'?V up in hay than by
planting thom in cotton. Ho also
said that no man could rim a farm
yU bought corn at any price. Noth*
in g butoxporionce has any weight
with tho farmer,
Items ofXntorest From TJxis Hus*
tUus Littlo City.
I nm nt n loss how to begin to writo
this n. m. lt is ul most impossible to
to got tiny nows Tho farmers aro nit
buav planting cotton; uobotly ia town
Sunday thero wrts ft largo crowd to
hear tho Rov. Wilson of tho Pres by
torian ohuroll. Tho Presbytery was in
sosseon th coo days last .week, with good
crowds in nttondauco, n largo number
of thom hoing strangers, who wont
away very much ploased with our
littlo town. Tho Presbyterian ohuroh
at this placo is growing It will not bo
long before it will stand in tho iront
ranks of this Presbytery. Wo had
with us Oler lc of Court Drake in nt
tondauce on tho Presbytery, Mossrs
Hogers and Bouchier on legal business;
Sheri IT G re?u was boro too, and I
boliove ho would Uko lo stay here oil
tho timo, espeoially at dinner timo at
tho Hubbard House
Mr. Chas. Odom near to wu bas
s>mo cotton up. Mr. J. W. Ray bon
has over ono hundred ?eres about
ready to como through the ground.
Tho indications are now that wo
are going to buvo frost to uight.
I nm sorry lo report that Mr J. D
lOdons is suffering with an attack of
pneumonia; hope that ho will bo out
Tho bioyclo law is creating a good
doal of talk right now; can't say yet
what tho result will be. I guess it will
bo arranged to tho satisfaction of all
There is some talk of a first clubs
Hardware atoro hoing opened up hore
which will bea paying investment as
well as a great convenience to this
I wish somebody Would get married,
or oat din nev with somobody, or send
for tho mau with the bear. I would
not object right now to another safe
cracking, spring opening, anything to
break tho monotony, except a thunder
cloud or a cftko walk.
You will hftvo to excuso mo this
time. If nothing happons to writo
about by next week, I will make
something happen, if I have to uso the
Saturday Bindo and my own powers
of exag?ration combined. I think with
tho two combined I could make An
nanins If ho were living grecu with
envy. Any way, if it stays this dull
I'll try my Irina provided it docs not
thunder. If it does you wont got auy
thing from me but the truth i'll the
clouds roll by, nod may bo not then.
Apt il 8, 1901. J F. McG.
FROM LEVEL GREEN.
Miss Narcissus Emanuel hud an
Easter opp hunt yesterday after
noon at Level Groen Academy.
It was quito au interesting occas
ion. Very few of tho children had
over participated in an Easter Egg
hunt heP. io, Tl. tv?ti larfrel^ al?oiujp
IM! hy lli? p?lrbnfj and fr loud it ol
the school. ll. was inil^tid very
i! i. t?sjul td ??.'<: the liM.le ones dov ti
on their knee? searching lor the
e ?jj g iii
laurinel ; aro wol'l ii'ji with their1
j work. Cotton planting has bogub
but rather, reliiotiintly.
Mrs. J. F. David takes tho
lead on chickens. She has 102 from
biddies to broilers.
Uno Liman S?llers, colored, waa
arrested by Deputy She riff Hin son
on the 2nd inst., tor cruely whip
ping his children. He ia now sorv
ing 30 days on tho chaingang. It
is a pity that the sentence could
not have been 30 years instead.
He worked on tho Pearce placo
with Mr. Peter Rivers.
Nows is scarce, while plows are
Apr 0, 1901. X. Y. Z.
? -?4?> ?
Dots from Ebenezer,
Mr. Editor:-As thcro has been no
nows from the "Flats" I thought 1
would try to writo a lew lines.
Tho farmers aro busy planting
some are done. Tho oat crop is the
finest it bas ever been, If nothing hap
pens to them look out for fat hoffte?
from tho Flats Inter cn. .
Corn stands are not so good on Ac
count of henvy rains.
The egg hunt at Ebonezor was a
grand succ?s*. Largo crowds plenty ol
cako and coffee, tho* somo ot' the boys
did not get much, Wat thoso say they
will bo on time when tho next ono
As this is my first, and for fett ir of
tho waste basket I will close.
A pl 9, 1901. W.T. F.
Reason Why School Districts
Should ljot vote Special Tax;
MR. EDITOR-Please give mc space
to express my views on the special levy
and my reasons why the school districts
should not vote it :
First, they cannot vote it without de.
Irauding somebody. Say a man that
pays tax one hundred dollars worth ol
property, and his neighbor pays tax on
three thousand dollars worth, to vote a
tax on his neighbor to twist money oui
ot him lor his benefit, and claim that he
has not defrauded his neighbor, I have
never been able to see thc point.
Thc best paid man in thc race is thc
teacher, and the hardest worker to gel
up thc extra levy is the teacher, and li c
least taxpayer is the teacher, so it is a
plain case, by whom and why the extra
tax tax is sprung.
April 8, 1901. A TAXPAYER.
; ( A Food for brain ond nervo conlors.
The sysfom will absorb a greater amount
of nourishment from 1 pound of (j raper
Nuts than from 10 pounds ot' ineat, oats,
whoa* or bread. Costs 1 coot per meal,
or salo by
P. E. & W. M. Rowe
Seo those up to-ilate slipppors in
tie or button at Mitt le's store.
Christianity \a widely rogardod
as nu excellent Hiing Jo practice
when eon yon ion jt.
TIDIES FROM HEBRON.
Thoro-linabeensonio cotton plants
ing on several /anns during tho two
weoks pitst.-'Tho farmers luivo beon
gotling ready for it, and during tho
second weok in April planting will
bo a goncral thing.
V/e arc sorry to know that the
family of Mr. Robert English are
in deep distress. Ilia father Mr.
harlio English hus been for months
sn Hering from paralysis. Other motn
bors of tito family aro afllictcd, and
now ho oh whom the whole aro do
pendent ia nlao disabled by ailliotion.
'Choy need help, and it is hoped that
the Hobron people will rendoj it.
Tho Mcthod?8t o f Hebron aro ad
ding some much needed improvo
menta upon thoir Church-building.
The exterior lina been repainted and
thia luis improved ita appearance.
Choy now ox peet lo work ou the
inside. When this church waa built
about thirty yours ago, it waa cor.
aidcrcd a model house of worship,
md it did indeed rank well with
any other churches in tho county.
Tho object in building then was tc
secure thc best material, and furnish
the largest seating capacity. Honacfi
of worship have been vastly im
proved Bin ce then. Good material ie
still in demand. -Other important
things aro looked after-comfort)
convenience, acoustics-all these
aro, or ought to bo in tho plan ol
every house of worship. If tho peo
ple of Hebron had to erect a new
church they would have rofcrenoo
to all these improvements. As it if
they have a good building and will
try to improve it tho best they can.
The Hebron school celebrated
Good Friday with an "egg hunt'* in
tho afternoon. A good supply ol
eggs had been secured for tho oc
casion, and by a committco for the
purpose were skillfully hidden in
various places. There was a g?odl)
number of spectators prosent, and
If wnn e ni usiner ir? witness th nntmv.
it ,r- -1-o . - "--o
ness with which thc children search
ed. A prize luid been awarded to thc
girl that found the largest number
also one to tho boy that found thc
most. Miss Mattie Homer abott!
eight years old found tho lnrgesi
number. Eugene David on thc par
of tho boysoxceled. Tho prizes were
delivered by Hon Frank Manning
and Rev. L. M. Hamer.
Tho vhole occasion was a plena
ant one. It was a treat to tho spec
tator as well aa a aource of happi
ness to thc children, and when con
sidercd with reference to what Good
Friday represents it is hoped tba
all may derive sonic lasting benefit
Messrs E. W. Smith and E. T
Covington have been chosen bj
Hebron hodge Iv, of P. ns theil
representatives iii tho Grand Lodg<
whioli i?? tb. '.tremble in titi! cit) 0
:S)>.-j'i'i\'b"r?- in thc t>r>v'. oj Mir,
A j a-i i S, ?901. Progi'esr.,
hvfV" fit; Polls bf choice' ii)itt
Lilied in I lie .iv,,, edi designs aux
colors just arrived at
C. S. McCall's
Gentlemen of tho Jury,
Thc following named poisons lnivi
been drawn to serve na Grand Juror*
for the yo ir, nnd Petit Jurors for tin
firat week of the April term of Cour
ns follows :
J P. Hamer, T. I). McCall,
W. M. Green, J. T. Whittaker,
A J. Bristow, J C. Brigmon,
T. J. Breeden, Filix Stanton,
Gilbert MeEachern Eli Willis,
W. II Holt, II. T. Webster,
C. M Smith, C. W. Fox worth,
II P. Woodley, F W. Pegues, .
A K M cinty ro, W. B. Fletcher.
R. W. Bundy, Wylio Atkinson,
R. J. Ad ii ms, 1). T, Hargrove,
C. ti Hamor, R. B Crosland,
W. V. Rogers, J. F. Willis,
Noah Bundy, II M. Hodges,
Walter Gi ay, W. M. Par km,
Sam J. Pearson, C. A Porter,
Light Kinney, B ll Coving'on
J. J. Hood. H C. Campbell,
W. P. Parker, J. R. Sampson,
J. M Jackson Henry J Bennett
E. VV. Liles 0 T. Ensterliqg
T. O. Salmon, W W. Pato
I. L, Pipkin, J Thad Quick,
T. F. Carlisle, W. P. Lester,
S. J. Mclunis, W JJ, John,
William Usher, S. A. brown,
Mc Moi riso ti i J. M. Hunsueker
Who made IhoSc brick?
Mr S. H. Howe has beor
watching tho brick at the Jar
closely to seo if ho could nol
li rid something that would show
him who made the brick. Sc
farlie has found two brick take?
from the lower walls with \\g
tires and letters. The letters art
Bayr, stamped in the brick.
Some of the older citizens saj
thoy remember a family by thai
name. Tho Jail was built 1841.
and tho brick are now bettei
than some offered for sal fi.
Seo Mittles linc of baby cap.
then you will buy.
Should Bo In Evory Home.
They cure (land ru d', hair falling
headache, tte, yet cost tho same us at
ordinary cdmb. Dr. While's Eleetrh
Comb. Tho only patented Comb it
thc world. People, every whore - it ha?
boen introduced, aro wild with do
light. You simply comb your hail
ouch day and tho comb does tho rest
This wonderful comb is simply ,un<
brcaljablo and |.s marje po tjint it ii
absolutely impossible to break ftr cul
tho hair. 8 Jd on rt written gnnrantoc
lo give perfect sa'Ptaotion in ovory
respect. Send stamps for ono. Ladiei
size OOo.. Gents t-izo 86.' Live men
natl womon wanted everywhere to in
troduce thia article Selle on sight
I Agonts aro wild with success Address
? IX N. li"se, Gen. Mgr., Docntur, 111.
A reliable mun, wbito or colored,
to oultivato a few acres lainl, do
livor goods and attend abo vi: $U\f&>
To tho right man good Wages wl?.l
April 9 1901. G.W. WnddilL
Sunday was a lovely spring day, bbl
rather ooo! tor tho di?plny ot iie*v
laster tlx mg*. A tew, new buiU wore
seen and ono straw hat,
Tho Methodist and KpUoiptl
churches woro prettily ?d?ostf?d ii
evergreen and hot houao il IWOJM.
Lnrgo congrtg?tions attended HT
vices at tho Methodist, PrtttUyl* iii ?J1
and Baptist Churches in the tnoimiog,
Vt night all were open, mid the Epi.
oopal eh ut ob was cro>vdod to disebiu?
Tbo Muslo for Kastor wft? opoohdiy'
lino, the ditTercnt choir.-) having Ijeen
in truiuiug for two weoks.
Tho sermons at all tho church; ?
j .vere appropriate to tho day and o .
An Easter BBB.
WO have been provented NV i th :;i
Easter Egg which, tho party sta! 'a
was lat . by a turkey lion on Sundi y
lust. The specks aro porfboO ht ii j Jv
color is a beautiful violet. lt
certainly a curiosity.
400 Eushols of Oom,
12,00 ) Pedder, Kay and ?huoks, '
Il En H1C KT M. lloi.:;l:fi.
Brownsville, S. C.
Don't You Love Flowers V
It so, and you want some prent;-'
pots of all sizes in whioh I o. pine?.?
them, call at tho Hardw uv. storO
and you oan bo suited.
HM KEPT HI8 LH?
Hartford, Conn., soralohod'hu ie;c \v> h
a rusty wiro. Inflammation owl bio i'd
poisoning sot in. Por two youv.t he at f
fcrod intensely. , Then tho best dont or.fi
urged amputation, "but]' ho wtito?i I
used ono botllo of Flcoirio Bi tl er? ann I
j boxos of Buoklon's Arnioa $ulv? i.tt ;
iliy log wis souud and woll as o vor-." Tor
Eruptions,- l'?zeuia, Totter, Salt Rheum,
Sores and all blood disordo;.? lfilootrio
Bitters has no rival on earth. Try tin ?u
J. T. DoCgluB & Bro. will gu.? nu te,-> h o .
(.?.faction or refund the motio.v. Only t)0
SPIC^Y^LOCAL^ JVW ?
RY J. B. HAMILTON.
I soil tho celebrated 'Or?ig^ftj(.
den seed. Yes, and givotlu? livrait
paper of peas and boans sold .llbi'e,
Seo me before you buy your pciVi
-I will meet competition. |
I sell Cuba molasses at 26 </? .;. i%
}) A nice dish fpr.j^i^tf^?S, \fc
. ? <? MVUMI?-, PMIM Btyf? expiration-ot,"a<
UM senti you nc
Tun f>or. IN
?..:?. ?Uv. UU?1 :
'?f?&ivk ?b?) W
(pihihi?, .-i liliiV"
pay? ? r,oe.
V? iien you want
pills that never grin?
Farly Risers. Douglas Brosi'
Go Carts?. B.by Caraiage.-:, NVjui >
Shades in luce effect. Fringe Uso ; m,
&c. At WA DM
Eggs for Sale.
Pure Bred White Holton i Turhrya,
White Pekin Ducks, und Light Bra
hma eggs for hatching.
Apply to J. P. Ih.'lto:.,
Tntuii) H. (\
Attorney at Law :u;<) .
Probate .hi. Ige,
Oflloo in Court Ilouee.
WARNING NOTICE ?
.1 LL persons are hereby warned pot Iv)
,il trespass on any of the land:; in Mail
boro county, known astin. ?c.uuWnh
Quick lands, cither by walking, rifling
cutting timber, hauling stjasv, fii to fjsn
or hunt. I will prosecute rill who violate
this notice, W. D. I>KI<;(;*: cs.
Aprii 4, rout.
Citation for Letters of Ad ni in isl ration.
STATE OF ROUTH CA KOLI NA,
COUNTY oi' MARLBORO - By MIL
TON MCLAUIUN J?dgb of P?obu U\
WHEREAS, I). fl. MoOoli, .fr , Inti,
inado suit to mo to gran? unto him
Letters of Administr?t! in of tho Kitzln anil
Effects of James Scott, deor-tt.icu j r
These aro thoroforo to otto and admon
ish all and singular tho kindred and orhrli*
tora of tho B:ii 1 Jamoi Sootc, doomed,
that they bo and appear b toro trw; hi tho
Court of Probuto, to bo JuM st ^Qti'?tts
vilioj S. O., on tho i6th of April.,, i^oi,
af tor. publication horoof at II o'olockln
tho foronoon to ?bow oaune, if any thc>
havo, why said Administration nhould fi ot
Given nuilor my bani Ulta ?d doy nf
MILTON MOI.AU in IT,
Juclff*: of fru?.
imwaa-a tvnmrvtm't nu wtftxacgaa >^\r^yvr^-M^w wwi.)
STATE OF SOUTH CAKOUtfA
COUNTY OP MAIU.UOKO.
HAVINO filed in ihn oftuv of the Judio
nf Prob no for said County and .'Jntte
my I'innl Return as tho Ivv cu trix of tim
ostaio of Dr. J. T. i|eqriii)'0?, deciiusod,
Notieo is horohy given that .1 will apnly
in fnid Ju?lgo of Piobnlo on ibo inh day
of May next for a fin il di-obargo fluch
Executrix. If. D. .h'.M.iNn-.,
April 8, IDOL J?! x jon ti ix,
Notice of Final Discharge.
EST. MARY A, S.V.ITH.
AVINO hltfd In thc Prob/?tc ?\u\^c\?
OfTlce?l Marlboro' cotjr?ty ,;?y ff fini
return as Administrator ol thc critic oj
Mary A- Smith. Notice is hereby;gjvoj}
that I will apply to said Courl cn tar;
lOth day 6f May 190t at 10 o'clock n th?
forenoon lor a final clischarg?. af> A.(L
ministratorol said c?tate.
E. ?. CAU?.lSLfv, -
< April l<h 190?, Adtii'r,
iTIlINO NEW TO WBAR.
i WANT IT STYLISH GOOD AND CHEAP,
-Where You Will Find -
' rood Quality, Up-to-date Styles,
At, Prices Lower Than Others Ask You
For Interior Qualities.
Our stock ?H us large in thc Exclusivo ?fy Goods,
SHOOS, Motions ??d Furnishing Goods
Vine "K 's shown in liennottsvUlo.
mi M Till QUANTITO ll! CLOSEST PRIOBS
AND YOU DEltlVE THE BENEFIT.
Aili kinds of SHOES and SLIPPERS. See our
(..ino, (loar onr Prices, Buy if Pleased.
Dry GrOOClS of all description from the cheapest to the
be: i carried in tho Town.
Ready-made Garments in Under and Top Gar
ments for Ladies and Gents;
Our lino ol Gents Shirts, Hats, Underwear,
Hosiery, Collars, Cuffs, and Neckwear, is to-day
0 completo, in slyle as shown yon in large cities.
Our small expense enables us to undersoil them.
j THANKING YOU FOR PAST FAVORS, TO ANJO Y
ADVANTAGES TRADE AT
lid,, ''it won1
3?k eon?b o( il?
m\o f< i ?.?>., . M
?W^^^^?tnng'>tfco lctlfcrB ho ok un rd H or tot
A'.UM.ii, ont don't U60 any lotter in tho nnuiu
WoVd mofti timca thou it i.ppeutH in ''Now
y.'6t?t\iry t>.?.-du." It ia mdd thirty small
JfiOgliflh words can bo spelled oorreotly from
?ituo li flt en Utters. For example, wont,
ti ?ii, tow, ?to. Tho Now Century Mail
O', dor (Io., will pay Ooo Hundred Dollar?
.ii ?iv'?i to (bc person mending thom thirty
vVOrdh I"'tuted ns ar.ovo. If jou aro goad
a w ..<;<? .nuking niid can form th'rt.y wotdu
yi ir name nod address plainly on
j en i litt nul luciano tho samo with flftoon
I (wo nt tampu for ten packet? of Beau \
i. fui Rower Seeds of ten popular ami dif*
i ronl v ai lettes.
Our uhi'iut io giving ibis Ono Hundred
D liars io to nltraot nttontion to anA intro
d'to? onr' ? ot' il n in tho U. 8. ' This offor
w ll bi-. < of olly nt tl conscientiously oarrit d
o il und it (should not be clmscd with oatch
penny Affairs; Wo will spnnd a largo
twui.nn', i C money to (tart our trado and
want yen ty ti lui Order ; you will re?oive the
gtoutcul v..lu? in seeds over tffutcd. If
two tn" moro persona succeed in forming
.-orly wodfl the $100 will bo divided pro
rata. Many ext a ppecial prizoa will bo
awarded to portons sending twonty words
or moro who will assist in introdtioing our
.lend?' iv o ppeo'alllOH. Satisfaction 1? nb.
eoln'.Hy guaranteed. Send your lint ns
?arly UH possible Address NiCW CKNTUHY
NIAU, UUDKK Co., 258 Dearborn Rt., Ohi
Lu mb*, f For Salo.
Lu meier of all kinds for sale,
ami when desired, will be de?
livered promptly on the beat
I am also prepared to do any
kind of hauling.
P. 0. Emanuel.
March 12, 1001.
Don't You want Soniey
HY. P. S. Stubbs has about 80
bushels of choice Cotton Seed
?oleot??l from largest stalks of
Improved Texas wood variety of
.i years improvement, that he
will sell to those who want
choice seed.to increase tho yield
with less cost. Write him at Clio
Notice pf Court.
j it j (?TICK is hereby given that the Courl
I Pl <-f douerai Scsslous wilt convono the
j f ifth Monday in April tbolng tho 29?h dn?
j iii01 ?ul) 1901, and tho Court of Commoi.
Plena op the Wednesday ?ext following
(.ant fifth Monday in April, (hoing Hu
nt day of Muy,).it)oi, at IlomioWrtvllto in
and for tho county of Motlboro and S'nto of
South Carolina, All pois?nn Intorcetod
will tnko duo notlpo thereof,
J. A. DRAKE,
? Clerk Court of 0. P. & G. ?.
For Marlboro Ox, S. C.
Wiirojt 12, iQfil,-4r '
?fl W. noUOH??R,
* Attorney af haw, .
Btnnottsville, 8. 0.
Offieo OD Parl/uglon street near Pontal
TJiflVapt- ffuco, January, ?KflP.
V. CMI'I i jVvi-.i to p->k your lifo V\
t- .I A iiVjt ii coti.il? of n >oUi to tlovo'o)
l?;lo ?n >tiiiorn? or n?itMimpti?h. Owe
Minti - (?tiityli Cure will 'Ino.>i ?.nd loni'
troubles, tpaiukei ?liun other prop-uit
it n kutnvn, Many doctors li<*0 it ?s a
specific for grippe, lt if nu infallibleretno
dy for or bb p, Children Uko it and mothers
endorse i?. Douglas Bros,
Thero io no ploasuro in lifo if you titead
gosrig to the table lo eat and can't rost at
nielli QQ ucoonut of indigestion. Henty
NV i I lia in 4, of Doo tvillo, Ind., pays be
suffered that way for years, lill ho com
monced thc me of Kod.?l Dyspepsia Curo
and adds, "Now 1 cnn eat anything 1
lilto and all I want ami sleep soundly every
night." Kodol Dyspepsia Curo will-dtgoM
what you eat. Douglas Bros.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
''Digests what you eat."
Stops tho Oough nn<l Works oft* tho Oold.
Laxativo Bromo Qtiinino Tt?bh tn onto a cold
in one day. No Cure, No Puy. Price 250 r?
f&odol Dyspepsia ?mo
"Dlflests what you eat."
Both makers and circulators of counter
feits commit (rand. Honest men will not
deccivo you into buying worthless counter
feits of Do wi it t's Witch H?z-)l Salvo. Tho
original is infallible lor curing piles, sores,
oczeuin and .all .kin diseases. Douglas
Yon Know What You aro Taking
Who? you uro take Groves Taatolcea Chill
Tonio boouuso tho formula ia plainly given
on 01/ery b ?tile allowing that it ia simply
Iron and Quintno in a taatolens form. No
euro- no pay Ptioo 50.
If you havo ever seen a child in the
agony nf croup you cnn realize how grato
tul mot hers aro for Ono Minuto Cough
Cure whieb given rolicf ns noon as it is
udtuinistvrod. lt quickly euros coughs,
colds, and all throat and long troubles.
Thin algnntiiro is on every box of tho genuino
Laxative Bromo=Q(iininc Taucta
tho romedy that eurea n colt! In out) tiny
Three Papers One Year Each, only 50c
Now Only 60 Oonts ? Year,
end includes absolutely fice .
I TUE PARAGON MONTHLY, New York,
Tun FARM JOURNAL philadelphia.
The -Daily and Sunday Times,
including Farm Journal and Par.-gon
Monthly, Now only $3 per year.
Or,25 eta per month by mall.
Address THW TIMMS.,
A LL pepsin* ar?i horeby warnol not tq
tio pass in any mmnor on any of my
land?* i:i Adamrvlllo Township. I will
pro-couie all who, violate ibis notice
^ LAUUA J. SMITH.
Apri 6. 1001.
Everything you need to ywr
.bottoni pri?es t\t MiftltAt ?lo/e.
- U you haven "DEFTER," ora "RO
you will get thc Comfort that no other M
Come and soe them. At the same time
Novelties in Matting <
I carry thc largest Slock in thh
IMMING Ol' TO I)
Nice Fresh Stock, from thc Cheapest to ti
to FURN ITU UK "and its Ik-longings, a
I MO; ici t youv jpntromige in
Very Respectfully i
Bonnott?vilio, S. C., Msroh 6, 1
^TtANTIC COASHINE RAILROAD
GIBSON TO OOI.UMUIA.
ii ii AV K, ARRIVE.
6 45 n. ra, Qlbaon, io io p'. rn,
7 if? Bonuottavillo, 9 17
8 02 Darlington, 8 25
9 25 Sufntor, 6 40
5 45 P? ni? Columbia, 10 55 a. ra
QIBSOM TO OIIAIILHBTON.
MCA VK. ARRIVE,
6 45 a. m. Glbaou, io io p. ta,
7 io Bounottflvlllo, 9 17
8 02 Darlington, 8 25
9 *5- Floronco, 7 55
4 49 p. ra. Ohnrloaton, 12 45
FLORENCE TO "WADE8B0R0,
8 45 a, in, Floronoo, 7 00 p. ra.
9 20 Darlington, 6 29
<i 3? Ohoraw, 5 15
T. M. EMERSON, H. M. EMERSON,
Trafllo Manager, Aaa't. Qon Papa. Agt,
J. R. KENLY, Gonoral Manager,
WHEN lu town in ii you want a good
meal, remember wo oan torvo you.
A good meal f-<r 250. Restaurant
north of tho Markee
D. J. BRAYBOY. .
Do '! lt heep the. correct ti.no V Or <\o
V. l. hnVO to ti?i it ' very twenty loin* hour.-''
I I).' vi t.! know what h> lho niuttoV with it ?
Brltig it to ?r?e cr.il |<it trio pub U l[J correct j
llme-kof.p;ng order, lt m-iy bo dirty uud
aced donning lt moy havo a cog broken,
it mny havo a fcorow I0080, or it may only
need regulating. Bring it to mo und uo
matter what iillH it, I eau pub it tn first
claea condition My chargea aro very mod
erate and tho work will bo dono promptly.
I repair Jewelry nnd Olooka, a'ao GUUB
and Pistola. For anything in my Uno eco
mo. I oau and do meet all competition.
S. J. PEARSON,
Jeweler and Ropairer,,
Our fee returned if we fail. Auy one sending
sketch aud description of nay invention will
promptly receive our opinion free concerning
thc patentability of same. "How to Obtalu a
Patent" sent upon request. Patents secured
through us advertised for sale nt our expense,
Patents tnkeu out through tig receive special
notice, without charge, in TUB PATBNT RECOUD,
mi illustrated nnd widely circulated journal,
consulted by Manufacturers nnd Investors.
8cud for sample copy FREE. Address,
VIOTOR O. EVAN8 & CO.
Evans Building, . WASHINGTON, D. 0.
AT THIS OLD STAND
Anntl Prepared to fill at Short Notice
- Orders for -
O ypi'c * ? i r <1 hite ir v
Sash; Dnora and BliiidB,
AT BOTTOM PRICKS.
Wo Boll no Bhoddy work, or misH?tttn,
Shopa on Moduli streut near residence
H. Vt I'OWKUS,
Jun 31, 1898 Bounetuwllle, S. 0,
- nw - C?>vni?HT? Ac.
Anyone s'ondtntf n Bkotr.h nnd description mny
QUtOkly ascertain our op'nlon froo whothornu
?11v011tV.11 ls probably pntontnblo. Communion,
tionantrlctly couudontlnl. Handbook on Patent?
eontfroo. Oldcut nuonoy for BCCnrliift vntonls.
Pntonts tnkon tnroURh Munn A Co. rocclvo
tptttai nottct, without clinruo, lu the
untrntod wppVlr, hMgi^L
!\e. H V?M byXlUewBdwkiow.
A hntidsomcly llb
dilution of any r.
AILINN r? I?byo ? cT^^^ N ew Yor?
?%oo% V St.. frnBbi" mn. 1>.T*
THE h,e*t worljip? irJ.
Hay Rum nnd Tonic i'ruatment
Tool.?} the best and sharpest
Three Artists in constant attendance'
LADIES WORK n. Pnpcialtv I
Once % customer, always a. cu steiner.
I JACKSON, HATCHER, THOMAS
YAh ELiVST?O F15 LT" M-MTflKSS
lattrcss gives. I am agent for both,
see Ibe -
2nd Window Shades.
Line in JjcnncUsville, S. C,
? IN FliItN?TOHlH
tie Best. My time is given exclusively
mci, on a Square Deal, 1 will not fie$'4
i my lillie.
jpsm m mm mimi,
\V>? Atirt?* _
Io Kft'cot March ?6, 1899.
6 50 p
3 50 P
3 45 I>
2 30 p
?2 42 p
12 13 p
?? 55 ?
to 36 a
io 09 a
3 45 ?
/?>!!_ - -.
9 00 a ia
12 io p m .
12 28 p 1?
? 43 p m
3 44 P m
4 ?S P m
.4 ?5 P 1?
5 12 p m
5 44 p ni
6 13 p m
7 34 p m
8 00 a m
9 07 a m
9 35 a m
io 20 a m
io 40.a m
Lv Bonuettsvillo Ar
Lv Maxton Lv
Lv Bed Springs Lv
Lv Hopo Mills Lv
Ar Fayottevlllo . Lv
7 IS p m
6 IS P m
5 35 P ?
4 52 p m
4 33 p m.
5 30 p ml Ar
3 50 p m liv
,! 40 p ny, fjv
?j. jci p m J Ai
1 t p inj Ly St yke?dalo
I .". io, (> V:, , V Mt'.t'':. <!!
<; i i.otnjboro
Lv 6 40 a m
Ar 8 25 a m
ki] 9 17 <% iii
Lv) 9 3 5 ,\ th
Lv'jlJ O'/ U K.
Af|l'? 'H's ft ira
Oou neut iona ai FvyetteWt* vi J. h?tlot.tj
i?baiit LInO, rtfc'MttX.t?Vi.' with ' '.e.. Oftiollmv
3oiitt?l H ?ivoful, tit Rod MpVloa? vir? tho
[tod ?prioya nm\ tlOW.tn'fiV?liiilroad, :iL ?5r.il*
ord k'tth .tho, SsiihOQtd Alr^Li'Uji, i<t Uni
v?th tho Durham and Charlotte Railroad,
it Greonboro with tho Southern Railway
Donipnuy, at Walnut Oovo with tho Norfolk
ind Wc.?ti:m Railway.
J. R. KEN LY, GonU Manager.
T. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager, *
H. M. EMERSON, Gen'1 Baw Agent. -
mmm % WORKS.
OP J; W. M0EI1WEE,
I HAVE recently moved my/
Marble Works from McColl to?
Honnettsville, and for the pres
crit am loon tod over tho Depot ?
nod occupy tho McCall HrieV
Wurohomo, whoro I will 1.0
plousodi lo continuo to supply all wotk
noedod In my lino to tho peoplo of Marl?
boro iiiub adjoining count ?OH Parties find*
ing it more convenient can havo tlioir or
dort* Ulled from my yard at Dillon, S, C.
Designs, estimates nod prices furnished
application Olcaniug and rosetting mon*,
um en ta and tombstones a ppeoialty,;
Thanking tho general publio fer punft
pat rono po I rospcei fully policit ij con ti ti
nanoo of tho samo in tho future,
Very, respectfully; .
J. W. McELWBB* -
W. W. PATE. MANAOteav
January 22. 1990
Three Bailors 1 ThreeOhak?l
kv er u tnt ng Fir?t?Clas'B? ?
SALOON ON MARION STRR??W
EASY CH AIRS, OLEAN SHAVES?
BE8T OF HAIR CUTS!
Children receive spocinl nttention-r
either nt tho Shop nt their houie.,
Your patronage" solicited.
J. A. GHAOK, Barhop.
IIBNNKWflVILLK, B. <\
Digests what vou ?&f.
?.t artifloially (1 igests tho food and
Nature in strengthening >mi recon
structing the exnauat?u digestive or*.
gans. lt ia tho latoat?l8mercftulgcst*>>
ant and tonio* Ko other prep&TAUorV
can appVQftOh lt in effloloncy. It Sar?
tautly relieves and pormanotitly cvtrtwi
all other results of imperfect dlge&tlOfc*
yspepsla, Indigestion, t
fatulonco, Sour St?tttaobj'
Sick Iloatlaoho, <
Prepared by E. C. poWHT ?C?,?^^WM^
Douglas ttvo?, drag Blore, ?
' - om* At<h AitiVu- r m.