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BBNNBTTS7ILL?, S. 0.
MY 8. A. imOWN A CO?
Friday. May 10, 1901,
MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS.
SECOND UOUHO-W. 0. POWE?, P. B.
Olio ?nd Beulah, Boulnh, May 25,361
M0O0II & BenuetU villa Mill*,
Beanettavllle, 41 36,37
BonnoUuvlllo ot, Pino Urovo, Juno 1,2
BrighUvllte, Bethel (aftorooon) 3,3
North Marlboro, New Hopo, << 8,9
BeanetUvlllo Stu, (night) June 14,?6
Blenhulin o?, " ?6,17
Our Town Q&rvemment.
MAYOR-C, S. McCall
ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, U. E.
fJExum, John T. Douglas, \V. S. Rowe.
CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc
laurin. Office open dally.
POLICE-G, B. Barrett.
Marlboro County Officers.
SHERIFF-J. B. Groen
CLERK OF OLEUK-J. A, Drake .
JUDOS OF PROBATE~M. MoLaurm
CORONER-?. F, Covington
SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward
Sorr. KDUOATION-W. hi Stanton
TREASURER-J. H. Thomas
AUDITOR-TE; S. Carlisle
HUN ATO u-:K nox Livingston
REPRESENTATIVES-J, 0. Dunbar, J.
O, Campbell, K. ii. Freeman.
Directory of ttennctisvUte Lodges]
Oo.wouo.vmo IiODOE No. 15, K. of j
p " ?.i>vt* every Monday evening at 7.301
W. Turlington, 0. 0.
0. J. Li Jo, IC of H. & S.
MARLBORO LUDOE NO. 88, meets at
Bonnettsviile. Friday ovoniug. on or bo?
foro eaoh full moon at 8 o'olook.
J, F. Kinney, NV. M.
. J. T, Dudley, Wooretary.
County Masonic Directory.
MARLBORO CU APTER NO. 80 R. A.
M.? meets at Bonuottsvillo ou the second
yrlday of eaoh month,
.. Robt Chaffin, IL P.
Il, Ee Stookton, Sooretnry.
KUP-KK'A JJOD'OI: No. ii, ?. V. M.<
sacDtr, at MoOolh o'ttoh Saturday ul'*..
won, befor&inijjuli mono,ut i o'oloak.
XVR?RA \,O?>OE No. S3, A . F, M.,
l?tet! at Clio, Saturday on or uJii?i each
?ttllu4??u nt o o'clock, p. m.
3.1'. Stanton, W. M.
J. E; MoLood; Soorotary!
Bennettsville ?toiroh Directory.
M,Viiioj>uvi-0 ?; Brr? it Iv, 0
iviuiir.y ?oliool i ???' p> in i Preaching ai
,'"\V*-. ind tt.Q? ft./m'. Praye, meei
Kr^?? ? ! ?I?M UOl'.opt, Phil? A;.
H?P;CW?-*~R?V?' fiII?\J,I vofd, Paai?r.
Sunday school id 10.00. Ptoaoli?ii); Bun
Iny'at J 1.00 a. HI-, and fvOli Prayer
meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'olook.
trttp?l?teudaiVt ol' Sundi,} . ; ool, H. W
FM)fy^mr?Nf4i?v. li. \\. Burnell,
V.ui'or. Poiaohioj? bye ? Smidty tit ll a.
". vail .00 p; u. Prayer mooting on
Thursday af'tornoon at 4 o'olook. Sunday
yohool, af 10.00 a. m. Superintendent of
/ ohool, J. T. DuJ?oy. V .
fy-;.-- ' .*.'* .: . ' '*...'
BfisooPAL-Be^ ,a :W. Boyd,- Beotor.
Proftoblng every seoond aud (outtb Sunday
ai II a. m., ?^d^8'.?b p<-. m. Sunday
'.ohool at N9 3oHa?W. Dr. J. A. Falson,
County Ohuroh Directory.
Jtcnnettsvillo Circuit Appointments
REV. J. }V\ ARIAILL, P. C.
First Sunday-ll a. m., Pine 0rove*
3 p. m., Smyrna.
SeoondSunday, ll a.m. McColl.
3 p. m, Beauty Spot,
Third Sund?y-ll a, m"Pioo Grove,
Sp. ni,' Smyrna.
Fourth Sunday, ll a. m. McColl.
3 p. m. Homily Spot.
Blenheim Circuit Appointments.
REV. J. E. BEARD, P. C.
Firat Hunday, Hebron 11 a. m.
Ebeneser 3i30 p. m.
Seoond Sunday. Parnassus lia. m.
Bethlehem 3.30 p. rn*
Third Sunday, Hobron ll a. m.
Zion 3.30 p. m.
Fourth Sunday Pat pansu* 11 a. m.
Bothlohem 3.30 p. m.
Clio Circuit Appointments.
REV* T. M. DENT, P. 0.
Olio-lot and 2nd Sundays ll a. m.,
3d abd 4th Sundays 3.30 p. m.
Boniah '1st and 2d Sundays 3 30 p. m.
3d and 4th Sundays ll a. m.
Sunday tohool overy Sunday 10 a, m.
yw??yw'SVv T v * wyr* V ^^V^V^-y^ro w y ?
DovrlU'a Witoh Hazol Salve will quick
, 5 / hon! tho wor?t burns aqd scalds and
? ot leavo a' soar. Ii onn bo appliod to cuts
.?ntl raw surfaoos with prompt and sooth
i i? ?ft'oct. Use it for pilos and skin dis?.
Of Mi? Bowaro of worthless oountorfclts.
Dewltt'aUttl? Early Risers aro the best
liver pills over made. Easy to take and
never gripo. DOUOLAS Buou
..MrVull lino of Landreth's
f.fid Perry's gardon seed, also
onion sew, white and red, for
ale!>y~~J. T. Douglas & Bro.
Any kind you
:im%, Apply to
J. M. JACKSON.
inly 3, 1900.
UTATE ?F SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTV OF MARLBORO.
f ? ?,Jf|AVIWO filed in the office of the Judge
I'-I? of Probate for said County and State
wy Finid deturn as tho Executrix of the
v c4tale bf Dr. J. T. Jennings, deooaped,
iiotlco til hereby given that I will apply
f.' io said ?fudge of Probato on the Oth day
of May next for ft noa) dlftoharge as suoh
r next for ? final dl?Qhargo as suoh
xwutrl*. P. D, JRNNIMCIS.
Mr. 0. M. Provatt has return
ed to his homo at Lu tuber ton,
Senator McLaurin bus been
spending a few days home. He
seems to bo holding his own.
Rev J. E. Beard returned on
tho. 2d from tho Missionary meet
ing at New Oroloaus
Hon John Manning of Olio,
passed through town Monday on
a visit to Ohoraw.
Mr. J. O, Moline of Clio, spout
Tuesday night in town on his
way to tho reunion.
Mr. J. G. Hubbard of Hebrou
was up salosday. Ho says crop
prospects aro improving.
Mr. J. T. Donaldson of Parnas
sus was up Monday and made us
a pleasant call.
Mr. P. P. B. Pogues of Smith
ville Was down Salosday and
Messrs J. P. Breedon and P.
A. Hodges left Tuesday for the
District Conference at Conway.
Mr. T. C. Parham of Bingham
was hero Tuesday. He is having
Mr. R. C Coxo of Rod Hill,
was up salesday. He says lots of
roplantidg hud to bo dono.
Mr. J, D, Watson of Beauty
SpotJ! was in town salosday and
Mr. A. W. McIntyre of Red
Bluff was hero salesday and drop
ped in to seo us.
Mr. W. W. Parham of Lower
Hebron was up Tuesday and
called. Bad weather, poor starts,
or bad stands nover rattles him.
Mr. Charley Bolton, now of
Columbia carno over Friday to
spend a few days at homo and at
tend tho S S. Conference.
C. S. Welch, Esq., of the Flor
ence Bar, was in town Priday
and called. Wish we had been at
Mr, E. H. Jennings and family
of Fayetteville have been spend
ing a few days in our town with
his brother Mr. Douglas Jen
Mr. H. C. Waddell, the agent
selling the Acid Iron Mineral,
left Saturday for Columbia. He
left a supply at tho Odom Res
Miss Bossle Rogers of Win
j throp Non aal College, who is
jusi up from aspell of measles,
i came home Monday night. As
i soon ita sufficiently recovered,
she will return to her studios.
. ?v. 'skip' a v,?tm ilihOi?.vi SH- .7oai> }h^v.n,
ii\ il., ooili yr. ir ol hin tige; I jd w.v, A
. ..uv. bf I'v,. lovm ".i\u??.\, hot c ?inc lc
our.t?wn hom lllchmond county, [).<
was laid lo i'0'.it av Shiloh graveyard oil
Midday, ?. . _t, ...
Cav?* of Thfitjk?
Please allow us room to return our I
heartfelt thanks (or the many acts ot j
kindness rendered us in our recent afllct
Mr. and Mrs. W. B, Fraser.
May 7 1901,
I salesday In May*
The conditions ot the crops kept many
away Irom town Monday, A meeting
of school Trustees brought put some
while a tcw?came on special business.
?The Sheriff sold a large tract ot land in
Smithville under a Judgment ot Fore
i closure to J. A. Drake tor $500 Few
remained long alter noon and these
went home before night.
Relief For Jacksonville
Many of our people in Bennetts lille
and tho surrounding country wish to
give sumo aid to the ten thousand
homeless ones in Jacksonville. In or
der to have concert ot action in this
matter it has been decided to ask all
who wish to help to bund tho amount
to Mr. Julian MoLaurin in tho Clerk's;
j office. The money will not be se nt off
till noxt week, thus giving every one
j ampio time to make a cor?.minnon.
Tho money will bo turned ovor to
I our Mayor and sent in the nnrae of j
| The Road Question.
. At the meeting of the County Com
missioners on Tuesday it was decided
not to hire but one County Overseer
?and to appoint an ovorseer iu each
working seotion nu I Wore, and let
them use such help as may he liable
and who have not paid road tax, Tho
Commissioners also decided to pur
chase a team of mules, plows, scrap*
ors &c., and let the chief overseer
biro a st eoinl squad who will take
? charge of the roads under the super*
vision of the Supervisor and put our
roodi? in good fix in all 8>votions. Mr
I J. J. Tart was elected Uh. if Oversee r.
Pr?vido yourself with
] Dixio Canopy not, and got ahead
?of the flies and mosquitoes, see
them at Furniture Storo of
0. S. McCall.
\ Don't You Love Flowers?
Ii so, and you want some pretty
pots of all sizes in which to place
them, call at tho Hardware store
and you can be suited.
Notice is hereby givon that tho
firm of P. E. & W. M. Rowe was
mutually dissolved on the 15th day of
April 1901. Mr. W.M. R?wo will con
'timm the business and assumes all
liabilities incurred to date.
P E. ROWE,
W. M. ROWK.
Always something new to in
terest you at Miltjofj Btoro.
*$r Alway* glad to aee you
lat Mittle??J Store.
- and -
North East Corn*
April 22, 1901.
TOWY AtfD COUNTY NJ3W8.
-Court meets noxt Tuesday.
-Treasurer Thomas wrote OOO
Hoad Tax receipts Monday.
- A heavy hali storm visited
Maxton Friday afternoon.
"--Tho Spring term of tho Gra
ded School closes the 17th.
- Wo hear of good ruins in
many sections, and crops aro
-Camp Henegan will bo woll
represented at Columbia week
- Capt. Alex Bristow bogan
eating garden peas on tho 6th. Ho
was tho first last year. '
- The entertainment at the
Graded School Friday night was
excellent and enjoyed. There will
be another to-night.
- Tho farmers have certainly
been rushing tho plows, planters
and harrows for the past week.
- Mr. R. C. Coxo of Rod Hill
has sows and pigs for sale. If
you want any see him at onco.
- Tho types last week made
us say the Commutation town
tax had been reduced to $1. Tho
commutation tax is $2. It was
fruit tree venders that we meant
to refer to.
Coffee lOots per lb at
J. B. Hamilton's
- Mr. A. J. Rowe has cabbage
four feet across. Won't they
make nice heads ?
Fancy line of groceries always
on hand at J. B. Hamilton's
- The market Saturday was
well supplied with pond Ash and
An elegant line of mat
ings just arrived-new designs
and beautiful patterns at
C. S. McCall's,
Beet Grade, Now Orleans mo
USS0i;8 loi' ?jal? ?V. 7~4! ''I :i
..... \y> s}.u??i&i a?'-M.i ! (.'in (<y,j
\he ho tl oe ?roin tho County (:Jc ii
r.iif-.siouor > kn another column!
Tboy aro "on)./ l.:o nut tho ..oink.
Iii ROO? oidor iio -,.
Mim'? fahey Hfvstvry, Belts and
Suspender* at M|ttie's store.
2 lbs Loaring Roasted Coffee for
25cts at J. B. Hamilton's.'
- All who love fine pictures
should see G. W. Wadctills pretty
- Attention is asked to tho now
advertisement of Fuller Bros.
They have some nico now buggy
WW Box Paper, paper and Envel
opes, Tablets and Stalionera Supplii s
all grades oud styles, at J. T. Douglas'.
- Titles, Mortgages, Bills of
Sale, Note and Mortgages, Rent
Notes, Contracts for Rent, short
Lions for supplies, can be found
at tho Democrat office.
V?Sr Wlien you want Wall Poper
write to Alfred Pents <fe Co., PhiU
adelphia or New York and they will
scud you one thousand large samples
to seleot from at your own homo.
Peats & Co are among the largest
Wall paper mfgr*., in tho world and
wil! ship goods freight paid to any
depot in the U. S.
Flowers ? Flowers !
Mrs. Jno S. Mooro has a fine
lot of Geraniums, Begonias
Ferns, Palms and other plants,
well rooted, that she desires to
sell. Cuttings 2Cc per dozen,
WKMiMMpoyaiMM[mmmun im iiffw?um-i?Hrniwrwi?*T.iMti
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF MARLBORO,
COUUTOF COMMON PliKAS.
IN IIB I
Hewe? iu Court of Common Piont*. ) Order.
Wi rr. H ii A ?, at a meeting of tho raombora
of the But of nuki county hold in Bon.
noUovlllo, S. Oj, on tho - day of April,
i coi, a resolution wan unanimoubly adopted
retreating Illa Honor Judge Eirneat Gu ry,
Presiding Jndgo of the 4th Judicial Circuit
if in his dlnorotion hu should BOO flt, to
take a rcoeea in the Court of Common Plein
immediately upon tho termination of tho
Court of (louerai Soselon, no til Tuosday
che 14th day of May 1901.
Now, on motion of D D. MoOull, Jr,
Esq,, it ls or dor od -
That immediately upon the termination
of too present term of the Court of Oaner
al Sessions for said County and. ? tato, that
the Oourt of Common Ploaa do adjourn
and toke a reoeas until May 141h bolng
Tuesday. That all juror? ongaged for thia
Oourt are horeby dUobarged from furtbor
attendance thereon until said dato nt 9.30
It is reqnoitod that all county papore
dive nottoo of this moona in the Coure of
Presiding Judgo 4th Judicial o't,
May a, moi.
lu purattauce of tho above r der of
his honor Judgo Gary, I hereby givo
public Notice to all Jurors and other
persons engaged to be present in tho
Court of Common Pleas, that they are
excused from attending sold Court
until Tuesday May 14, 1001, at 9 30
J. A DRAKE. C. 0. C, P,
LE f Bf?'KERY
Jrdere (illed on short notice.
VII size OAK WS made to order
ar Public Square?
Tho hour for Sunday eobool at the
Proabytorlau ohuioh baa boen iixo? at io
o'olook a. m. s
Tho tmur for Sundny eohool at thc
Epltiuopal ohuroli han bcon obaagod from
6 p. ui. to 9.30 n. m ,
Tho bouc for Sunday behool at tba Moth*
odiHt eburob baa boon ohangcd to 3 301
o'clock iu tho afternoon.
. Tho Wednesday aftoruoon prayor mott
tug at tho Methodist ohurob lu nov.- bold at |
Prayor mooting at tho Baptist ohurob
evory Thtuedoy ovouiug at 8.00.
Tho mon's prayer mooting at tho)
Methodist ohurohja bold every Wednes
day evening nt 7 30. Tba public invltod.
Tba hour for Sunday school at the Dap>
tint church baa boon obnnged to 10.001
and tho hour for preaching to'; 11 .uo a. in.
Kev. E. M Merritt filled his apport
aient at the Co ton Mill Sunday,
Kev C. W. Buyd will conduct service I
at St Paul's Episcopal church next Sun . |
Rev. E. P. Raslerling tilled the pulpit]
ot the Baptist church on Sunday night.
itev. Wm Guidinhadcn ot Gaffney
spent Sunday in our town and attended
service at the Baptist church,
Uno I ii I mod Lott oro.
Lettora addressed to tho following 11 mimi
persona romalu nnoallod for at tho poat
office in Bouuottsvillo ;
Isac Beurs. J, C Blakemy, Hager
Brown, Mary M. Covington, Willie
Canlel, Channin Crawford, Rachel
ICasterling, Mordecca Fraser, Dave
Harrington, A Hellt, G. f'fa&kew,
Lizzie Lamb, Alice Miles. Edith May-'
natcl, Lossie May, Mary Davet, V\ E.
Oste'yel, A. Pat ker, Luther Pite, Char
l.o McLine .M. J. McQuaige, Guss Mc
Married on Sunday at the Cotton Mill
hy R"-v. li M. Merritt, Mr. W. P. Par
ker and Miss Julia Goodwin.
A Raging. Roaring Flood.
Washed do.ofu telegraph lin') which
Chas C. Elli wa Lisbou. Ia., had to ropa ir,
'Standing w list dcop in ioy wator," hen
wrilos, "gave mo a torrible cold and cough
It grew worso daily Finally tho bebt doo-*
tors in Oakland, Neb., Sioux City, and
Omaha 1 hiv* conWumptiC'i 9- ccv\t\
nut Hw. TH cil I hejf'.?AU ??ini ?>r King'!*
Nc v 1 hs .-.i scr v n "J '.VtiSi wholly ?.*-.11 -. ' ;
i) boUle^'.' V'?? i lively -'gu'arno'end l'or
Coi.u-',>>, C?ld?t i lid nil Threat anil Lu'jr'g
,V?l> Qoutd W >t Have tito'**;'! ii,
ll he'd hud Ucb.'ij; l,il??> Thi'.yVo tclM
n .?y 1 itupyii:;;.- b'ut l?o<Al<\n's AnVicft
Salve will cure the worst case ol piles on j
earth. It has cured thousands. For In ]
juries, Pains or Bodily Eruptions its the
best salve in the world. Price 25c a box.
Cure guaranteed. Sold at Douglas Bros.
Tis Kn H y to Fool Good.
Countless thouin ls have lound a
blessing lo tho body in Dr. King's Now
Lifo Pill?, which.positively ouro Cousti
pution, Sick Headache, Dizziness, Jaun
dice /Malaria. Fever and Ague and al)
Liver and Stomach troubles. Purely
vegetable; nevor gripe or weaken. Only
25o tit Douglas & Bro.
... _. - ^" .. ..... -
^"Ladies call at F. E & W.
M. Rowe's forSapolio the great
est powder for cleaning and pol
ishing Silver Ware, Glass and
Tinware, as a polish it has no
??y Pipes und Smokers Supplie? in
endless variety can bo found at J. T,
Many pimplo worry bocauso they believe
they havo-hourt disease Tho chancos arc
(hat their heurts aro all right but their
stomachs nie unable lo digest food. Kenloi
Dyspepsia (hire digusis what you oat and
prevents tho formation of gas which
makes tho stomach press tigainst thc
heart, lt will euro every form of indigos
lion. Duuglus Bro?.
-? ?JJ. .
fl?r Paints, Oils, Varnish,, Glass
and Brushes oan bo bought at lowest
prices at J. T. Douglas'.
TO CURE A OOJUD |IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxativo Bromo Quinine Tablota, All
druggit>tu refund tho money if it falla to
euro E. W. Grovo'H ei^naturo on every box
Trico 250 a box.
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS.
Beat all ronnd Far mors Fo.vl in tho world,
0!ioico Eggs at 600 par Si! tiing of 13.
E. 0. NBWTONf, Tatum, 8. 0
1 LL persons are hereby warned not to
iii trespass on any of thc lands in Marl
boro county, known as the Rant olph
Qutck lands, cither by walking, ribing
cutting timber, hauling straw, or to fish
or hunt, 1 will prosecute all who violate
this nolicc. W, D. DRIGOERS.
Aprii 4, I9C1I. . ? ; , *
ALL persons arc hereby warned not
to trespass on my lands in Adams*
ville Township-either by walking, rb
diing, cutting timber, hauling straw or
hunting. I will prosecute all who violate
April 22, 19)t, M. P. GIBSON.
Notice of Final Discharge.
EST. MARY A. SMITH,
HAVING hied in the Probate Judge's
Office ol Marlboro' county my anal
return as Administrator ol the estate of
Mary A. Smith. Noti?o is hereby given
that I will apply to;?o)d Court on the
lOth day of May fool at 100'clockin the
torenoon tor a final discharge as Ad.
mlnistratorot saul estate.
f E. 9. CARLISLE,
April io, to\i. A'im.r,
MU) wmwmmu ig ii,vfiimi)utai?ii.i
/ Vii il- bininu ii3 tilquin MMV I
!K W VITK YOU, ONE AND ALL, to visit OUR STORE
to(lnti])o<H ono of tho Largest and Prettiest Lines of doods
aver shown in Marlboro County, consisting of
firm (tuoch, '?'rimming's; Silk, Neck-wear, Laces, Embroideries,
?hii'i ?Va lats,Skirts, Full line of Notions, Shoes, Ladies and
..)fcns Clothing^ Men, and Boys Hats and Gaps,
MILLI NICKY GOODS, the prettiest ever seen in BenncllsviUe.
I!' tipt supplied conic at once anti Ictus FIX.YOU UP for
EAS TER. Wc Hiow wo Can please you.
<;?>m? ovio iu??l till, Look and See*
JhvincUsville Dry Goods & Millinery Co.
Ap,ril4?b; iyc?( KIRKWOOD'S OLD STAND.
p JSC ; V? r ^l(M,?$Dtm lalllltljl Ililli ll?! I ?U^MaaBlIJjlBMjlBgjWM
A. 0. 1)0 (JOLAS.
JV T, DOUG LAH.
JJ I a I
'radical Pharmacists and Dealers in -
pins ll ni gs and ?patent ??jg} ed ic i n es
i ?'0(lj?T"?lRT?CLls"lf ?F?"EVERY"?"K??D??
Plain twa Fancy Stationery and School Supplies.
Biimfe, Oils, YasnislL, 3xusb.es,
GLASS and PUTTY.
'^F?IMB CIGARS AND TOBACCO.^
j ' . / pitons carefully compounded ai all hours
Mid ?udranfeed to be of i lie Purest Drugs and at
r?tcsoiii i hie prices.
i full Hnul Garden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thanh) < wet liberal patronage we solicit a continuance of same.
J. T. DOUGLAS & BRO.
j ?oubiity ?ll, 1901*
AT TH? OLD STAN?.
MENU FIR ftPRIL.
OP ' I
v v to ?Ceep Well, is to Loave ol? ibo Frying Pan Die.t,
il ? > .vhlcn will Bring Good Cheer and Comfort. "We
y>a\ R?bels il)at lire ii Jw n y s (ValhiulYic.
\\ ivy ) (??ti
WV; hfijVO lUk'kwh?--.ii. Mjtptn Ryrop- 0?.lm.;al, S.wi.
>?.-.?t?*i ;y. Rr<-ttKl?ii--t Kaivu?, Vo l IViiVfVTi'ipO?
?!?Kki-n L?)?l', ??Uio OiV^ii^u, liam Loui'j TelU '
Him.Ul:; ? ?ivil ()i?Ul?/| ..
FOR DI ft NB-?
Wo have Flavored Soup, Corn mid lt.*nn.<?. Tonriloes ?ti<l
r>kra, Hoast Peel'. Mum, MuotMrnui, Ohcefift, IVH?.
Mn^iard Sauce, Corned Hum, (?ranliirry Sanco, Pi ti in
Pm I ding. Jellie, Apples, Natu. K? tai p a, Prunes.
'A'o lt!.vo Oysters, Sliced liam, Chicken, Corne l Beef,
Sausage. Crackers, Shreded UndiUli -WHIVS,
Vh. ;ard Bardions, Cherried, J Vi; rn, i\>.sluin Cereal.
su ;ijbj'y of Canned Goods, Pickles, and Dainties are of THUS
: ns supply your wants.
w. m. ROWE.
j iii ?8.
Hennef Ovillo, S. C.
DR. MOFFITT'S fi Allays irrlfotico, Allis Digestion,
a fi** "B" 6 3 8 [ti /H R?3til.it?? tlw Bowel?,
s lr 9 'H ? E\l /?4 StNugtltcnj tlie Child,
?EL 9 Sa U BS im Mn??* Teeililug Easy.
_J!L 0'Cfctnin3 Powder*) X-^TE^rUINARalievcstlteliowel
? '>j ;\ . < v. Costs only 25 ce?ts at Dfflu?ste, 1 T ANY AGU*" OF
v^Vfeii?i^/^ Or mall 25 couts too. J. MOPFKTY, M. D., ST. LOUIS. MC'?
I? hand AT STRAUSS 8TABLB8 DEPOT
STHISiiif';a nice lot of young
21. iles and Morses*
And will continue to keep them foi* sale,
1STotllit)??v&}})/. UG Misroprcsontcd and you can rely on
FA 1 Iv liKAT.r'NCi?.
Induna i y V, i'.'OI.
Having seen reel tho new storo
next door to ilio Douglas' l?ros.
Prag store, v.'c have opoiied up
a nice ft look of General Mor
oint liz?.*, and solicit a call from
the gunorbua public and an in
spei'iion of our ]). ices before
Dry Goods, IShoes,
JI. alfi. Notions?
Wo ?liall paY close Attention lo our
linc ul Kuno.)-O mocil11?, Cnn iW'd Qtiodf
&o . AVo int (Mid also to make a few
flpecmliK'N-.. i lome Ground Meal ?nd
liomin;', ?Veah ? ?utt? r and pili'o Cant?
Our m ?tto will hi? IP?NK&T WKIGUTS
Soliciliog iv lihofil blnro of your
patronn?e, wp are
YQI??VI TO Pl.iiASB.
iv. .1. VVoom.H A'HOK
A FREE PA1TERN
(yotir own v^lcctlou) to every snb
r.criber. Owly 50 cunts a year.
|3 A LADIES? MAGAZINB.
tfl A ?iti| fccamlful colored platea ( Uten
;?J I?.linn.. ? ?iri?f.ii.f.Viiii^ c ..munie. ? fancy
? . ; |..>u-.tl:olJ liiiu> ? i.Lilon, eic. Sub- gi
.* ., W0I'< to il.??, or, f rul t,c. lor Uics? cosy. Sj
;i Rtyllr.n, RcliaMc, Rloit)lf, Up-to- 8?
; ? flit?, lycon6ii?lcia| ami Absolutely11?
: i rorK-ct^rittliiif Paper Puttorua, S
.2 <No?Seaitt*A;'.ov/ance Pattern?.)
Only io ind ij cl? eac!>-nona higher.
A.i; for iltrm ScM in nearly tvoiy city
arni town, nt |>y mail Irum
ti r\m McCALt co.,
::i iso 14(1 wo ti Mth st., Now Yarli,
Wo offer First-class ! Horse
Wagons comnlete at $25-Spot
Caslv Hardware Go,
We haye recently added
a Book and Magazine
Counter to our Jewelry
in Hie Magazine Department wo will aiiompt
to furnish such copies of Periodicals as are desired by tho
Reading Public. v First, we must learn what is wanted.
Come fwd sec our assortment. If you don't seo what
you want, asl- for it,
M. W. CARRO JUL,
Rennettsyille, S. C*
Mnrch 16, 11)01.
Horses, Mules/ Buggies, Wagons
AFT EH THIS DATE, and during the entire Trading Season will
koop their STABLES WELL PILLED with a ohoioe seleofclon
of Horses and Mules, whioh they will sell for Gash, or on tim?
with good approved notes.
We have recently added Buggies, Wagons and Harness to our Stock
and we intend tokeop up-to-date goods at tho beat prices.
The following is a list o? some of the makes of BUGGIES
Conr?nncT, Watertown, Ame A, Hm hom*, Wi ccii, fttstutl?
?vii and l'?Mtory Cai'i'Inge Co..
October IS, lone. FULLER BROS
For The Pee Dee Section.
and Farming implements
SHE US Before buying.
Very truly yours, >
April '25, 100.1.
W, P. BREEDEN,
IB STILL AT THE OLD STAND
Ready to Serva his Fi^rujs^ In His line.
Horses and: Mnle%
Oasli, or on time with good security.
SOLES A GENT For "Old Hiokory," ifAttbt?n?> and "Whlto
Tyson & Jones, Hackney,/ Babcock? Rook Hill, Continental,
Advance and, Brown Carnage Co.
JM3?-T em di^osW of my Hook of HlUPIdCS, COIXAR& C?LLAB-P?&9
and UOBR3 ot eprclal -prices*.
,tau, 1? 1001