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Friday Juno 14,1001,
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PEN AND S CIS S OH GRAPHS
Tho Alabama constitutional com
vent io ii ia now in sea s ion.
Congressman Burk of Toxas is
Mrs. MoKinloy is slowly but
There will be 1,408 delegates
ill the Virginia Constitutional
Convention soon to meet.
Surgeon genoral W. H. Daly
committed suicido at his homo in
Pittsburg; Pa., Sunday morning.
It is said a move is on foot to
inovu tho body of Abraham Lin
coln. It hus alroady boen moved
A cyclone in Kansas last wook
carno near wiping out a town and
many persons woro killed and A
number seriously wounded.
Tho 'Sumtor Institute, once a
very popular school of learning,
has closed doors and passod into
history. The society however will
bo kept up.
Court moots in Darlington on
Monday noxt and nt Bennottsvillo
tho Monday following. Judge R.
C. Watts will presido at tho sum
Charleston claims 500 blind
tigers. She only needs Marlbo
ro juries to stop this violation of
law and teach them how to res
pect the law.
The groat hall of fame on Uni
versity Heights, New York, has
beon dedicated. The exclusive
use of this structure is commem
orate famous Americans.
Sumter has two sets of blood
hounds-one for the sheriff and
one for the city police. Friend
Henry Patrick might try one to
hell) him in locating evil doers.
Thl?? people did not want any
political campaign this year and
Governor MeSweeney says they
shall not be worried with one.
That puts ? quietus on the rack
et started up by the politicians.
Governor McSweoney is the man
of the hour. He has no boss but
tho jWopl.c ;<!>vl '.hoy ?Obm to bc in
hearty accord with him. That \\
ippems it uti ought tb t?n.(iojy any
The Mil road s ci .Mnssachvt
setts pla j eu. a practical joiwo cu
the solon who introduced a bill
to require them to issue ?00 mile
books at 2 csnts a mile, by qui
etly ??issuing them and saying
nothing about it.
President Hartzog of Clemson
is willing to givo tho farmers of
\i tho State an opportunity of gcttiug
--S?I tho" information they want in
scientific farming. Just write him
about it-how and when.
lt. li. Com missioner Rogers
of North Carolina tells of a wal
nut tree cut in that state which
when entinto veneering realized
$00,000. The owner got $1,500
for it, and the man who cut it
$3,000 put on the cars. It was
South Carolina has become tho
leading cotton manufacturing state
in tho South, becauso she protect
ed her infant cotton mills, exempt
ing them from taxes for a term of
years. However protection may
bo proven wrong in theory, it
inakos mills sheels; .hum in prac
It is said that the bridge to be
built by the Pennsylvania Rail
road company across the Hudson
river at New York will be the
greatest bridge in the world.
Tho Wilmington Star thinks
this but right. Tho country
which has the greatest rivers,
greatest lakes, highest moun
tains, greatest Trusts, greatest
men, liandsomest women and
biggest humbugs, in the world
ought to havo also the greatest |
John Davis, of Wheeling, W.
Va., struck a streak of bad luck
tho other day. Ho was picked up
on tho street, two doctors pronoun
ced him dead, and a coroner's jury
decided that ho died of heart die
oaso. Not satisfied with this, when
moved to tho under, alco r's estab
lishment, ho insisted on sitting up
and singing tho doxology. Then
tiioy got mad at him and fined him
$5 for being drunk.
McLaurin may take unction to
his soul on account of tho crowds
that mot him at Bolton and 1 lonou
Path, but it strikes ue that ho is
counting his chickens boforo thoy
aro hatched. Not that wo would
discount his following, for wo
know it to bo a good deal largor
than wo liko. In fact wo want to
soo him standing by himself, but
ho lacks a good deal of doin? it.
There aro a good number besides
thoso who expect to food on crumbs
that fall f.'om tho administration
X?T A "Lightning" Froozor
will make smoothor cream with
ICBS ico and in quiokot' timo than
any Freezer on earth. At
O. B. McCall's, '
Items o? Into vost From This JS?tf
tiing Littlo City,
lt rr> ltira I'm tnaniltn?
hus Bodied at last. The sunshine will
be a blessing to tile farmers. Tho
grain crop is ready to harvost and is
I made a trip in tho lower part of the
county ou ?Sunday I found a good
doal of grass but not ns muoh ns I ex
pected. Farms aro not in ns good a
condition ns they usually ure, nor is
tho cotton and corn lookiug as well ns
well ns it go ii orally dooa ut this soa
son of tho year, but there is ample
time vet to make good crops. There
has boon a lot of uouecesary grumb
ling and I expect lying too about tho
weather and it is now time to quit all
this and get moro iutimately acquaiu
ed with tho goose necked hoe*-clear
out the grass, get ready for the fourth
of July. Have a big picnic with a
plenty of good dinner and bc certain
to havo it near Olio so that I cnn got
ouo moro chanco at tho dinner.
Tho health of our country is un.
usu]ly good. I am afraid that somo of
us iu our blue spells overlook tho
good things that we enjoy and spend
to muoh time in looking for troubles
that never come.
I spent a short time with Mr II. M.
Stackhouso who has boen confined a
good while with a broken log. He is
nblo to walk with crutches. Thiuks he
will soon, bo himself again.
It looks liko there is trouble for
everybody. Wo aro having bad times
now, cud tho bone of contention is a
cat-a family cat that eats chickens.
I asked tho Judge what to do about
it. Ho said if it was a spotted cit to
kill it, if it was a black cat to give it
away. I told him it was a yellow cat
aud I would havo to kill it, ho was
horrified. Ho said ''my frioud,you can
mako goo goo eyes ot any body that
don't caro, if your wife don't find it
out. You cnn pass through Black Thun
dor clouds; you can even oat as much
diu uer ns you always do when you are
away from home; you eau do all those
things aud thou have good luck, but
never for the sake of the U. S. Bon.
ato and your own sake too, think
about drawing tho blood of a yaller
eal; if you do your luck is gone and
you will spend tho balance of your
lifo ou the hills eating grass with tho
cattle. Noyor lay your hands on a
yaller cat." Aftor consulting tho Or
acle I hacked out, and that yallor oat
will continuo to| do business at tho
same old stand and I will havo to cat
chicken pio with any body that will
Sheriff Greou was hero this a. m.
Ho said ho was going to fix mo up for
telling about him. That it was getting
so ho could hardly eat dinner any
whore at all. I think it my duty to
warn the people when I seo a mau
going around that can eat more than
me and the Coroner both pul to
Magistrate Hear-1 held mri fori
i. - ot; o da Y bi--i \yeck. McNrs Hudson
land llouchier were witto us also,
i Tho pillion* bf our school aro veiy
miibti disappointed ;t? cdt getting
Mies Bailie Crosland ?it teacher etjfuitv.
ono HUB uiiuuiuiouBiy elected but after
wards deoided to remain in Bonnettes
ville. Tho Graded School is fortunate
in securing her eervices as teacher.
We had quito an excitement on
Sunday ovo. An empty buruj?n the lot
of Will Salmons was burned. Flro
supposed to havo been caused by the
small urchin with tho festive s?in.V?n'g
ran?ankerous cigarette. Fire at ono
eud and fool at tho other-quit it 'noys.
Mr. J. H. Dees, contractor and
builder will move iu this week. Ho
will occupy the S. P. Wright house
at tho Dopot. He lived hero 12 or 15
yeaas ago, but he is like the cat could
n't stay away. Wo will be glad to
have him back.
Tho Marlboro Hardware Co, is
opening up this a. m.
Mr. Henry Bennett has moved in
his new Drug Store.
The election for the School Tax is
going on to-day.
Mr. J. II. Stanton who has been
quito sick is ablo to bo out again?
Cards aro out announcing tho mar
riage of Mr. Alex C. McRae of our
town to Miss Alico D, Mclaurin of
Hasty N. C., on June 19th. I will j
soon have ono moro to report maybe ?
two, coming events caat their shadows i
There was a fellow hero to voto this
a. m., that had lent his Registration
tioket. Ho said he put it away four
years ago aud couldn't find it any
where. Our Judgo suggested that he
look he look in his bible, which ho.
did and lound his ticket right on these
words: "Soest thou a man wiso in his
own conceit there is more hopo of a
fool than of him?
I am requested by tho pastor of the
A. M. E Zion Church to say thai
Bishop J. W. Hood D. D. L L. D., of
Fayetteville, N C., will preach in
ihe A. M E. Zion church of (his
placo Sunday night 16th instant, Thc
preacher says that nmpJe accommoda
tions will bo rando for his white frioiuh
who may want to hear the Bishop
preach, lt is said that tho Bishop is
highly educated and an honor to his
rnco hosnies being tho oldest Bishop
in the choir.
It we have any riots at our election
to day I will wiro you full particulars
June ll 1901. J. F. McG.
F. S. Has any o.io seen Capt Frank
Manning lately? Ile is either in the
grass m joined tho strikers. Ho hasn't
b. en here lately. Mnybo he has done
both-let us know which, Captain,
A West Virginia fellow who
was jilted by his girl, who mar
ried another fellow, thonght it
bad enough to lose the girl with
out being soaked for $??7.02 for
<ce cream and the other refresh
mentf ho had lavished on her in
his two years devotion. So ho
mad? out an itomized bill for
that amount and sued her to. re
cover, but her mean lawyer
made him acknowledge that jie
helped her to eat all this stuff
ana th At laid him ou ti
MAJOR OHAS, S. HENEOAN
An Old and Honored Yetaran Crosses
Over the River to Kost Under the
Shade of the Trees.
The ead nows was brought early
yesterday morning to town that Maj.
Chas. S. Honegan wa? no more !
His death was rather sudden und
thought to bo heart fail uf?; ' Ho
bud been complaining for several
days and was under treatment, but
nono thought him seriously ill.
He was the last of a noted and
popular family and was near 68
years of ago. Everybody know
him, ovorybody liked him. He was
a member of BoiinettRvillo Presby
terian ohuroh and bold the ofllco of
Ruling Elder. Ho was an old veter
an and a member of Camp Henegan,
which was named after him.
Asa citi/en ho filled bis place; as
a neighbor ho was generous and
?kind to all; as a patriot and soldier
he was true and faithful, and with'
all a christian gentleman worthy o?
Truly may it bo said of him:
"Ho livod for thoso that lovod him,
For tho God who reigned above him,
And tho good that ho could do."
And when tho summons carno to
lay his armor by, ho was ready to
"cross over tho river for rest under
thc shade of tho trees.
From Medlin Springs.
Mr. Editor:-Your credulity
seems to have been very consider
ably imposed upon by some one
whoso namo you do not give, and
by whom you have been innocently
lcd to transgress against thc real
facts in tho case in regard to my
loss by fire.
You publish an account of it as
though you were in posscssiod of
tho facts. Where or how you ob
tained your information of a $500
loss "fully covered by insurance."
I have no idea, and therefore I am
not prepared to even indulge in
private speculation as to the philos
ophy of such a "report." My loss
is estimated by intelligent business
men of this section at from $1,000
to $1200 on the house alone, whioh
would put the loss of the building 1
and contents at from $1500 to $17
The house was built four or five
years ago. It was about 72 long,
containing seven rooms, with a mod
lern piazza in front andu, passage
I through tho main building about
ten feet wide. It was built of good
material well furnished and painted.
Your informant cvidentlv never
saw tho building, or mus?, kids
extraordinary conception ?of, y rt!
Please do ?ho thc kindiie\*;Si
tim fudlrii }!u: j md ice ot' iusej
;liis sdrib in your next is; nu.
. Vv . H. Kirton.
June 10, 1901.
The item referred by Mr. Kirton
was picked up on the stree', and
we do not romcmbcr who first told
us of the loss. In its uso wo had no
intention whatever of doing him
barny Ear from it. Our sympathies
arc always with the sufferer. Wc
regret that he should huve seen
anything wrong in it-Ed Demo
TIDINGS FROM TATUM.
Mr. Editor-In the first plaoo I want
to have a friendly chut with Mr- J. F.
MoG. In speaking of thoso aromatic lit
tle rops of hades he must have forgotten
about another lot of littlo reps and their
able supporters from that same warm eli
mato. If they aro not fi om ibero they
ought to bo thore. Why thoso aromatic
fiends he snoaki of aro nothing to com
pare with them. A lamp burning all
night and a pot ol' bilin' water in thc
morning doos nol have any effect on them.
They prosont thoir bills day or night, and
they always got thom passed unions you
kill them before they Rot tc you. aud you
haully ever do that. Now tho Bpeoies of
seul destroyers thut ho rofers to there lu
u possibility of getting away from them.
But thoso arch fiends of "Total" that I
am acquainted with there is nono. Why
if you were to crawl into a bolo and pull
thc hole in after yon they'd find you I
BuppoHo you hnvo already inferred tho
name of this univomd nuisance, they are
oommonly oalled "?keotor" and gallinips.
Mr. McG. thinks his youno; friend "J"
was struck with tho little girl in blue. I
fear ho has u penchant for oolors. Ask
r liim about that "ted hat" down in Back
We are having a lot of sickness in this
scot ion. Mrs Ellen Fields, who for i evo
ra! years has borne tho cross of aflliotiori
and for tho past 3 years an invalid, now
lies very ill.
We aro glad to report tho improved
oondition of little Viola and tho baby
j children of Mrs Daisy Jenkins of Lum
borton. N. 0.? now visiting at tho homo
of her father Mr, J. D. Watson.
Mr. Bolton is doing good scrvioo in his
road building. 1 wish-tho votors wort
as ongor to display th?ir physioal powers
in road building ns they ure their political
knowlcdg in oh cling Senators. I (hink
thoy would dorivomoro benefit from thoir
labors, for when yon get roads in good
condition they will stay so, but Senators
will got wrong in spite of all you can do.
Juno 10, 1901. : . XXX.
Don't Live in Marlboro.
A traveling man claims to havo
heard two girls condemning a
friend for tho use bf slang I. Said
ono "I think it is shameful how
oho uses slang. Great sakes alive
if I twirled my tnlkor tho way slio
does, my blooming old dad would
tan my duds for mo till tho dust
would fly evory whicli Way." Said
tho other, You bet my paw and
maw aro aim flo woro of tho same
bin?, anil ir I shoultl $ft??.e a raw
orack in my gab tfopr/Q would ho
nothing loft ot' mo hui spots.-Ex.
-~.-~ ????? -?-?^-^-^
jf?F" Binder twine''of tho best
quality at tbo low-est price in any
quantity ?t ^ioCftU'a.
Mr. Robort Stanton, anuid and v. .'I!
known citizen of upper Hebron, died on
Wcduosday morning at 10 o'clock.
Tho many friends of Dr. Mayo?, Ilion
beim, sympathize with him tn tho lops eil
his littlo babe, 8 months old, tm Vf od*
Truly, these arc timos of solemnity ami
loroavemcnt ; periods whon sadness tike
a tidal wave seems to bo swooping;over
our county loaving many homes dotuhu
with bleeding hearts.
Ou Sunday night last tho ronpor Death
entered tho homo of Dr. J. A. Fuipou 61
our town, and boro away thu spit it of
JUMOS FAISON WATRRS, Ida littlefarand
non and infant bubo of Mr. and M rfc.
Fred Waiora of Haleigh N. U., after a
short illness of 7 duys.
Littlo Juiius hod boon suffering from a
spell of whooping cough and was on a
visit to hts grand parents to recuperate i
and was hore only a lbw days when lie
was taken with a relapse.
Tho romains woro taken to Raleigh on
Monday. Dr Faison nnd daughter M ?SM
Mary aud Messrs J. T. Dudley and Fred
D, 'Hogers accompanied tho bereaved
WHAT'B YOUB FACE WOK'J Kt'
Sometimes a fortune, but never, il you |
have a sallow complexion, a jStoidiCejj
look, moth patches and blotches mi the
skin,-all signs of Liver trouble. Hui Dr
King's New Lile Pills give Cleat .Un.,
Hosy Cheeks, Hich Complexion
Only 25cenls at J. T. Dongle. ? ft Ut o
I That Throbbing Hoattaeu,? ti
Would quickly loave you, if you used
Dr. King's Now Lifo Pills. [?h??,f?hjlfl
>f sufferers hove proved their m u. hie. .
merit for Siok and Nervous Headache .
Thoytnnko pure blood and Strong ucrvos
and build up your health. K y lo
Try thom. Only 25 dents. Money ba? ?
f not cured. Sold by J. T, Douglas &
trw r *r *r
Thia signature la on every box of the |on?ht?
Laxative Bronio-Quinmc r?fow*
tho rained? that curca a told tit unit ?117
Try a can of chicken Tai
at W. M. Howe's it is Hito.
Notloe tp Phyalolan8.
Physicians will please notify' :i
all deaths and births as the law r?- \
quires within the corporatt 1 i iii i t ta bf j
tito town. I cannot keep n complote i
rocord without tho report?. It h a!
good law and ought to bo oom plied '
MILTON MCLADPI |
Sec'y Board bi' Ti, uit?i
The vory thing for th ? sihntn< i j
those beautiful white ejutmo) awl
brass bfcds at furniture store bf
C. S.. Mckail
fAw" ifti jt ir? ii ?>?C?J r?<M.;(..<i .^i^tUj.j
nutt tc?n Bod??tcitd?-i ('ail ??iite's?e'
Ihetuv . ' i,?\ W. Wfun?Vll
g^gT0 Perfect rest is - assured
when yon uso a Dixie O&tii?ji) mt,
a sure guard against flies <\gil i ino
quitoes, at O. S. Mt?.:"'u?l'?.
" You Know What You <rtr?' Tasini?
\Vlion you aro tnko Grovtw Tai ?ri*. (?.Chili
Tonio beoauso tho formula ia pl-,, a bj von
on o?ory bottlo showing that i; i' i rt pl]
Iron hud Quinine in a tasteless form., No
euro- no pay. Price 50.
Tho Boat Pr?paration 'for fiuvhu
Chilla and Fever io a bottlo nf Qrova'n
TostelbB Chill Tonio. It is simply iron and
quinine in a tasteless form. No cunt.io
poy. Price "joo.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov, 7, 1S79.
Dr. C, J. Monett-Dear Sir: [ cannot
too strongly recommend yourTv.KT?IN?,
(Teething Powders) to mothers .is one ol
the best medicines they can obtain for
their debilitated and sickly infants, ?
have used it with very satisfa'.:t... / re
suits the past summer with triy child, '
and while we have heretolore lost ?'i1- i
or two Irom teething under .otoo
edies, our present child that has l?l:eh j
TSBTiiiNA, is a tine, healthy boy.
1 am, very respectfully,
A. P. Brown, M D.
(Brother ot U. 8. Senator ami F.x
Gov. Joseph E, Drown.
Notice of Court
NOTICE ta horeby given that tba' Ctouxi
of General Sesaioiia will eon (he
Fourth Monday in June shoing thc /< il ?7
thereof) 1901, and tho Court of Om?
Pleaa on the Wednesday next fol lo wi >g
?aid Fourth Monday in Juno, (being' th
26th day of Juno) 1901, at lionne . . in
and for the couuty of Marlboro and State of
South Carolina. All persono inte, eut d
will tako duo notico thereof.
J. A. DRAKK,
Clerk Court of 0. P, ?V (J. ?,
For Marlboro Oa, fl, 0. i
may 24, 1901.-7-41
;. . i, 1
Real Estate ?gen?yv
R: h. KIJRKWOQPJ W,
Parties wanting to buy p.?^'1' j" . .
crty of any kind-noimb?,] lid[t? < ?
farms-should sob mj write" mo
4lavo two nioe bu H'ng loh in f??ot
Bonncttsvillc-ono lot J ai v . Oin*
lot 1 acre.
AN EXAMINATION for T?aohers C?eitti
fltatca of qnallfloation to teaoii in the
Pttblio Sohoola of Marlboro County will be
hold at tho Court House In BennettsvllUi o-..
Friday the 2iat of Juno 1901, befrinulng al
9 a, m., and oloalng at 4 p. m.
, W. L". - STANTON,
Juno 13. 1901. . Oh'n Co. lld iid. ,
Notice of Final Discharge.
E?TATK OP NOVKU'A #?^>i?RU,
NOT1CK is horoby givon tint on thc
27th day of May I filed my fina) re
turn as Executor under tito will of Novella
Flo i eher, deceased, with tho liouot&b?c
.Judge of Probate for Marlboro county
and that on Wolnosday tho iOih day ol
July. 1901, I will apply to said Court .for
Lottors Dismissory an said JOxoo
' W. ?. FLl?T?H KH,
Jun? 10,1901- i??ou
WI I I VI
nv i ivii
ou run absolutely no RISK
in buy of us. Should
you be displeased in any
way return the doods
and Mittle returns your
's.'o-day Our Stock is the most complete in
town, consisting or bright, clean, desirable goods.
EVER??IIING POlt EVFRYBOpf TO WEAR,
Just received a new lot of Shirt W"?ist Silks. 1
Obese are pretty, high grades, at prices 33 per cent lower
tl?;i.n to be bad elsewhere.
Just in a,new lino of EMBROIDERIES, consisting of Edg
tugs and insertions in new patterns of beading at 5, 6, 8 and
LO cents, the yard. As good as others as ask you double the
money for. You should seo them.
Our Dry Goods Stock is full Of desirable styles at
those usual low prices.
SHOES and SLIPPERS. We are still getting them in to
ripply the largo demand, Thero certainly is something doing
in the Shoo and Slipper business at M TITLE'S STORE.
Shirt Waists, Skirts, Ready-made under
garments for Ladies always in stock. Styles up to now.
Men. and Boys wear from head to foot. Shirts. Hats Under
wear. Hosiery, Neckwear and the only up-to-date line of Collars
..nd Cuffs carried in the Town.
Why can we undersoil our competitors ? For these reasons :
1. Close attention to our business.
2. Oood judgment in buing.
3. Doing business on small expense.
4. Not in a hurry to get rich, bnt willing to sell goods on a
THANKING YOU FOR PAST FAVORS AND ASKING A
(JON'TINUA?GE OF SAME,
Yours for Honest dealings.
S r A V i D'M
BENNETTSYILLE ? B?KERY
\ Ordprs lilied on short notice.
; All size CA KISS made to order
; Wedding Oakes
orth East Corner Public Square
April 22, 1901.
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ennetteville Hlov>elt? OTork?,
F. E, ROWE, MANAUUU.
- DEALER IN AND MANUFACTURER OF -
Ceiling, Flooring, Siding, Brackets,
Balusters, XTewels, &c,
BUDING MATERIAL Ol* ALL KINDS,
ti fOU ARE IN NEED OE any kind of LUMBER, -ough
or dressed, wc would be glad to have you call at our MILL
ii ad look over stock.
i Vt Prohibit the Keening of Hogs
Within tlie Town of Bennetts
]*K IT OitDAiNici) by the Mayor
and Aldermen pf the Town of
? > . * t ; iT^ejt tsy i Ile in Council assent
hUuUnrid by the authority of the
1. That froiii and after the first
day of January 1900, it shall be
unlawful for any person or per
ons to keep a hog or hogs with
in the corporate limits of the
Town of Bennett8Villo.
SL That any person violating
tins Ordinance shall upon c?n
vdetton be fined not lesa, than $G
nor more thani $.t00, or.beim
! prisoned not less than five days
nor more than 8D days.
That all Ordinances or
parts of Ordinances inconsistant
with this Ordinance is hereby
i ?one and ratified in Council this 3d
?day Ol' November, A. I>" 1809.
?, S, McCALI,, Mayor.
MILTON MCLAURIN, Clerk,
College of Charleston,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
FOUNDED IN r/85. .
Strong Faculty; welt equipped Ohemloal
I'hyK?cul ami Biological Laboratorios; Ob
sotvatory; Library of 14,000 volumes ; and
tho finest Wusoum of Ntitural HUtory ic
tho South. B A , B 8., and M. S. Coureo!
offered. Tuition $40, payablo iii twi
installmontti. Board lu Opllego Dormitory
can bo had ab $10 a month. Ono Soholar
fillip giving freo tuition ie aesignod to oaoh
county1.'iii tho Stato, tho holder to bo ap
pointed by tho-Judge of Probate and thc
County Suporlntondant of K lu jaci?n. All
oandidato'd for admirion are permittod to
compote for vaoant Boyoo Scholarships
which pay $150 por year, l?ntranoo ox
aininationn will in held in B'ooncttnville
J?iy i?, 1901, by tho Sup?, of Kduoition
and Judge of Probate. Next session oponi
Sept 30, 1901 * For cataloguo mid ross
HAUftrSON BANDOPH, Prost.
??'kr ? havo tho genuino "Dix?$
MO^UITO CANOPY ot $2, complot?i
Ch Wi W ADDlLh.
Attorney at Law and
- Onioo In Court IJoueo,
?W. BOUCHIER, ~~"
. Attorney at Law, '
* Bennottavillo, 8, 0.
Offiee on Darlington atroe| noar Posta
Tologrnpb oflwe. January 1890.
; Try ?
bott lo of stuffed mangoes
; ' W. M, Rowe.
Il you have a "DEXTER," ora 'OIO
you will get the Comfort that ho other M
Come and see them. At the same time
Novelties in Matting t
I carry the largest Stock in thii
RABRYTH1NG UP TOI)
Nice Fresh Stock, from thc Cheapest to t
to FURNITURE and its Belongings, s
Metal Bedsteads in Enamel anc
I solictt your patronage in
llonnottAVillc, S. G., juno 6, IS
ATLANTIC COASTLINE RAILROAD
otnsoN TO COLUMBIA.
6 45 a. ni,
9 25 .
S 45 P. m.
io io p. m.
io 55 o', m.
GIBBON TO 0HARI,E8TON.
6 45 a.' m.
4 49 P. m.
io io p. rn,
FLORENCE TO WADE8BORO.
r,BAVB, A mu vu.
8 45 a. rn, Plorenoo, 7 00 p.- m.
9 20 Darlington, 6 29
" 30 . Oheraw, 5 15
T. M. EMERSON, II. M. EMERSON,
TrafHo Managor. Ass't. Gon PnBs. Agt,
J. R. KENLY, General Manager.
WHEN in towu and you want a 'good
moat, remember we can servo you,
A good meal for 250. Restaurant
north of tho Market
D. J. BRAYBOY.
Doos it koop tho oorreot time ? Or do
you have to sot it ovory twonty four hours?
Oe your know what is the matter with it ?
Bring it to me oud let mo put it in oorreot
tirae-keoping order. It may be dirty and
noed oloaulng. Ic may have a.cog broken,
It may have B eorow looso, or it may only
need regulating. Bring it to mo and no
matter what niU it, I eau put it - In ftrut
chum condition. My ohargea aro very mod
erato and tho work will bo done,promptly.
I repair Jowelry and dooks,' tt'dO Guns
and Pistols. For anything in my Uno eoe
mo. I oan and do meet all competition,
S. J. PK AUS OM,
Jeweler and Repairer.
I Our fee returned if ive fail. Any one, sending
i sketch and description of any invention win
promptly receive our opinion free concerning
(he patentability of same. "How to Obtain r
Patent " sent upon request. Potents secure I
through u$ advertised for sate at our expense, '?
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Sash, Doors and Blinds,
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Wo soil no shoddy work, or m?B??flte.
Shop? on MoGull' ntreot near residence.
8. F. FOWFJtti,
Jan 31, 1898 Bennettevlllo, S.'O.
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quickly ascertain our oinnlon froo wliottior an
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Bay Rum and Tonic Treatment
Tools the best and sharpest
Polite attention always ussurcd
Three Artists in constant at endance.
LADIES WORK a Specialty 1
Once a customer, always' a customer!
|jA0K?0ty HATCHER, THOMAS
>YAL ELASTIC FELT" MATT?I?88
tattresa gives. I am agent for both.
see the }
2nd Window Shades.
s Line in Benneltsville, S. C. r '
he Best. My time is given exclusively
md, on a Square Deal, I will net be
I Oliver Oreen, with springs. '
i my If J IKS .
pAB?IC MIS SWB W?9,
In Effect March 26, 1899.
O roon ribo ro
12 io p m
13.38 p m,
? 43 P m
3 44 P m
4 15 J? ml
5 ia p m
s 44 pm'
6 13 p m
7 34 P m
.8 00 a. m
9 07 icm
9 35 ? ?
io 20 a m
io 40 a. m
Lv BonuettaviUe At
Lv\ Maxton "Ly
Lv Bod Springs Lv
Lv flopo M?ht -Lv
?r Fayetteville Lv
7 i5 P ra
6 ts p m
5 35 P m
4 52 p m
No 47 ?
:- Boritifi .
Mixed" v '
Daily;: ex-t >a
5 30 p rolAr
? ?,(? p ro Lv
7. fifi p m?L>
a 30 >p -in
' ?' 15 P in
t?'.'jO P ?>
fi ' riherirlali
Arl ii 25 iv ia
Arj- 9 17 a xa
l. y I 9 <5 n rn
Xiv ? i 07'ri Wi1'
Ai j ti 55 a ni
Oonneotiona at Fayottovillo with Atlantlo
Ooast Line, at Maxton with, the Carolina
Oontral Railroad, at Bcd Springs with the
Rod Springs and Bowmoro railroad, nt San-.
ford with tho Seaboard Air Lino, at Gulf
with tho Durham and Charlotta Railroad,
at Groouboro with the Southorn..Ballway
Company, at Walnut Cove with the Norfolk
and Western,Railway. . . '
J. R. KENLY, Gen'lMi??ger.
T. M. EMERSON, Tramo Manager.
H. M. EMERSON, Gon'l PaB?t-'Agont.
MARBLE S WORKS
OF J. W. MoELWE?,
BEN NETTSVIUE, S.O.
I HAVE recently moved my
Marble Works from MoCojl?e,,,
Dennett?ville, and for tho pr?s
ent am located near tho Depot.
and oooupy tho McCall Brick k
" 'Warehouse, where I will ho '
pleased to continuo to supply all work, j
needed in my line to the people ot' Marls'
boro abd adjoining counties Parties fiodi .
inp it mofS'c?nvonien't can have th dir or
ders tilled from my yard at Dillon. 8. C.
Designs, ostimatcs and prices furnished
application. Cleaning and resetting mon?*
amen.K and tombstones a ppeoialty. ... ; v
Thanking tho general publie" foi past'
patrouego I respectfully pol.ieit ft eontin
uanee of tho same in tho future*
Vory respectfully, , , ,
J. W. WIcELWEE,
W. W. FATl??,. MANAOR, [j
January 22. 1990
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Your paireado eolicitodi
J. A. GRACE, Barber. ;
BENNETTlSVirXK, 8. C. . .
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Naturein strengthening and recon
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stantly rolieves ant*, permanently cure? ;
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Douglas Bros. drug store,
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