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8, A, ItltOWW f - - Editor.
, Friday July 19, 1901,
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A mooting of tho citizens of
Marlboro county who aro in toro st
eel in GOOD HOADS will moot in tho
Court House ut Bonuottsvillo on
Wednesday July 31st at 10 a. m.
Attention Alliunceiuon !
I will go to Columbia ou Wed
nesday next, July 24th, to a Di
rectors mooting of tho Stato Alli
aueo Exchange, and to reprcseut
tho stock hold hy this county, iu a
Stato stockholders meeting, as
It would bo well for all Alliance
mon i ti to tc H ted iu same, and tho
r?organisation of tho ordor to moot
mo in tho ofiico of Clerk of Court
on Monday next 22d, at 9 o'clock,
u. m., sharp.
July 15, 1901.
PEN AND SCISSORGRAPUS
It is estimated that the loss
in Kansas by the receut drouth
notles8 than ten million dollars.
It is reported that Andrew
Carnegie still has $280,000,000
tr\ niiinninnn II., ...Jil-1 1-1
.?v? ^iru aiiHj . ii.; ?Tin. il'J U mun
beggars to importune for a share
The Turkish goverment has
afc last paid tho United States
the $05,000 indemnity for losses
sustained by Americans from
A modern sanitarium will be
established soon in the high
lands north of Columbia. The
promoters have bought a tract
of 31 acres for the purpose.
Br. C. S. Gardner of Green
ville has accepted the call to
Grace church Richmond, the
acceptance to take effect the
l?th of september. His salary
will be $3,000.
The progress of electricity has
created a n extraordinary de
mand for copper. The electri
cal industry in Germany alone
requires 40,ooo tons.
Some of the New York re
formers want Andrew Carnegie
to run for Mayor, But Andrew
wi y s he is too bun 3 .? (: . .. und
giving a\>..,\ money to too] tv iv Jj
.i. job ?ike I li.-il.
The ?lank ol' Maxton, which
btvvtu business lasi > o nt ember,
BQS declared a dividovj/t o i foui
per cent, for six months ending
June 30th, besides placing a
handsome amount to the credit
i of its surplus fund.
The death of Congressman
Stokes made a vacancy of an
entire term in Congress from
his district, and the candidates
jresenfc and prospective, are
ound in almost every county.
In all there are eight and lour
of them ars from Sumter coun
Rev. Sam I*. Jones tho Evan/
gelisfc says that McLaurinism is
growing every day in tho South.
Ile further says if the Demo
cratic would win the next elec
tion they should nominate
Whitney for president and
*. Carter Harrison for vice presi
Dr. A. L. Phillips, of Nash
ville, Tenn., h a s formally
accepted the position of general
superintendant of Sundayschool
work and Young People's
church society work in the
Southern Presbyterian church.
Ile will have his headquarters
in Richmond, Va., he will be
gin his work August 15th.
When Mr. Lucas struck oil
in Beaumont, Texas, he struck
ifc fut. He had been pursuing
his oil hunt for some time with
no success, and had became
discouraged and would have
given it up, but for his wife
who urged him to continue. Ile
a poor man then, but is now
rated at about $40,000,000.
The man who calls himself
>a prohibitionist and lights for
what he calls prohibition has
tho satisfaction of knowing that
the game will last as long as he
lives, and will have to be taken
up by some one else after he is
gone and continued indefinitely.
Still we all know that "antici
pafcion is greater than the real
I have known many young
men wreck their prospect, be
cause they sought more wages
than they could earn and not
.business, i. e., work. It is not
how much money we can make
an employer pay who happens
to need our service, but now
much can wo earn* Tho aim
ol' a young man should bo to
earn all ho can, i. o, bo on duty
more than tho allotted timo,
ever faithtul to his trust, and
make his employer afraid he
will leave. It wo aro no good
we are afraid of being discharg
ed. If we do more than our
whole duty, our position will j; e
safe and our wages will go up,
and our employer will keep us
Items nf TvteTOst ???o"~ This Hus
tling Little City.
Wo aro having ?iao mina uow.
I heard A niau say that ho moasur
ed three and I i nobes rain this
u. m. Tho most of tho farmors
toll me that it is too late for tho
corn crop. I don't think thoro is
chunco now to make corn enough
in this country to last until Jan?
miry, and this moans ono dollar
and fifty cents por bushel next
?(immer, and no homo made hams
at all. Tile cotton crop is gaining
rapidly in most places. Tho gen
eral opinion is now that a fail crop
will be made if nothing happons
ftom now on.
The health ot our country is
good. Mr. P. N. Hamer of our
town, who has had an attack of
fovor is improving, with this ex
ception we have no sickness in
town at all. I reckon it is a good
thing for us to got a little sick
sometimes, it makes a follow think
a little moro about leaving hore
than ho would think if he wore to
stay well all tho timo. There is
lots of good mon who never stop
to think while they uro well and
hearty hut just lot a little spell of
fovor strike thom and thou they
have timo to think and make good
resolutions, whether thoy carry
them into effect or not; and then
it is a good thing for a man to be
disappointed once in a whilo any
way. I know a certain man that
made "all kinds" of arrangmonts
for the fourth of July, but when
tho day oamo instead of homo
made ham for dinner ho had quin
ine. Instead of fried chicken he
had mercury tablets. Instead of
thoso cool drinks that ho was
counting on ho had somethiug
that I don't kuow tho name ot,but
I think that tho Doctors general
ly use it to kill dogs with. That
man's wifo told him that she was
glad ho was a little sick; she had
heard about thoso cool (I) drinks I
reckon. So you see while the poor
old glutton was sick his wife was
certain that he was behaving him
self. I guess this is the way with
most of the good woraon when
they think there is any cool drink
about, and to my certain knowl
edge that fellow hasn't wanted
anything to eat since; so you soe
that is a saving at his house.
There is a good deal of talk now
ot one of our young mon going to
Buffalo soon, and ho is not going
by himself either-the cards will
be out later.
Mr. R. D. Medlin and family
of Williston, Florida, are here pu
a visit to relativos and friends.
It seems that the midnight
prowler is still in the land. Some
one weittlu(o Mr, JOSHO Acareo'?
a low m Hos b ?low hore aud wdh-j
.(Hi;. (.?w.iK? i Ju g vn\ ono lille:) ibfi ;
I |Viv?''.!! of .V(e. . j^uarcr!. ?Y?il? n IIV; j
?.f ?Iviu' find mont, paid a yjiji.ti
to the chicken ho.itse'^ and Jolt v> ith
their Npoiis, none of tho family
knowing of their presence undi
Will Pledger, formerly of the
chain gaug, is now hore in tho
guard house. He will have to
show cause to-day why ho should
not bo sont to Col. McCall's health
resort on tho "Cook place," there
to repent at his leisure and digest
the good rations that he stole
from Mr. Pearce.
Mr. J. A. Pate of Columbia is
hore trying to sell tho farmers
machinery to gin the largo crop of
cotton that is not going to be
Mr. J.D. Edens is getting things
in shape at his ginnery; he says he
wants to be ready for the first
Mrs. G. E. Hanner and Mrs.
Chas. Manning are visiting rela
tives in tho old North Stato.
We had a tremendous down
pour of rain this Tuosday morn
ing with the prospeot of plenty
more. I am afraid it will wash
away the soda that has just beon
applied to tho cotton. It looks
like tho farmors will hayo to turn
thoir pockets out and work their
"Rabbit foot, too, if they come out
oven with the world this year. It
has hoon said that tho darkest
hour was just boforo day; let us
hope that it will ho the case now.
July 16, 1901. ' J. F.McG.
Thoy Do Somo Good.
Thc soda trust has reduced
prices 60 per cent, on account of
tho sharp competition of thc South
ern Soda works at Nashville. For
several years past this concern has
been selling as large a package of
soda for 5 cents as thc trust would
allow for 10 cents. The trust
ignored tho competition at first; but
the Nashville concern has broken
into its business to such an extent
of late, especially in thc states of
Tennessee, Georgia and South Car
lina ns to force it to reduce prices.
Tho wifo of tho mombor o? the hou o
of representatives toward morning not
not long ego waa awakened by unusual
noUoa bo!ow stairs and tried to rouso her
"Waite up! "Woko un! sho e:\hl, in a
low voice. "You munt wako up sud go
down & tut ru; tb oro aro thieves in. tho
"Oh, no my dear," rejoined tho half
awako husband, reassuringly. "There
aro no thioves in tho honan; they aro all tn
tho senato."-Baltimore Sui.
A "Lightning" Froe/.or
will mako smoother cream with
less ico and in quicker time than
any Freezer on earth. At
0, S. McCall's.
liKT?Ett FUOM UElHtON.
A Pleasant Afternoon,
Mr. Editor-Tho Pythians of Hebron
Lodge gavo an entertainment Thuradoy
afternoon, July ll, lvul, at tho Hobrcu
Academy. Hy invitation Mr. Tom 0.
Humor, of Boouottsvillo, came down and
cntertuinod ibo audinnoo with an addross
on Pythlanisui. Ho wa?? introduced by
Chancellor Commander li. W. Smith,
who in a few woll timed louvirks gave
him a good son 1 off. Tho address was |
woll adapted to tho ocasi?n and was woll
received by tho audience, und tho opinion
of overy ono is that tho fraternity nu tod
wisely in choosing him for their orator.
Alter tho address ioc-oreum and oakcl
wei o furnished. Thoro was an abundant
supply of both / everybody from tho old
ost person present to tho smallest child
was feasted to full satisfaction.
The attondance was largo. Tho frater
nity had their families and some friou la
to whom they had extended invitations.
Every porson prosout .scorned to bo in a
pleasant mood. It was so pleasant and
cheerful that oven thc little babies did
notary-Ibero worosovoral of thom lhere !
and thoy scorned to bo as highly ploasod
as thc older porson.?. It was upon the
wbolo a delightful oocasion-not a ripple
occurred to mur tho happiness of oven tho
It reflecting upon it I nm brought to
tho conclusion that occasions of this kind
especially in a rural neighborhood o moot
fail to bo productivo of inuoh good. They
bring together representativos from dif
forout portions of tho surrounding couu>
try, they see each other, convorso with
ono another, formar frioupships aro ro
newod, and thoy ?o away with feelings of
of attachments binding them moro firmly
to-ether. At this lime, particularly, it
was u treat to the farinera. Thoy havo
just passed through au unusually heavy
campaign ; they have hud a hard fight,
and there they could convorso together
about tho conflicts von, and toll "their
trouble i ovor."
Mr. Editor, I must reiterate .something
I havo nani in a funner communication .
*'l am docidodly of the opinion that tho
Lodge at Hebron is doing a good work.
It is exerting a wholesome influence upou
tho young men who aro members, they
manife.' t ali iulerost in it, ond whilo I do
not claim to know anything about tho
workings of the order, I am satisfied that
our young mon aro there taught thc high
est staudard of morals that pan bc found
anywhere outside of tho christian ohurch
They meet togethor as bro bren, bound
to each othor by fraternal tios, and wo
presume Ibero is n vion of charity that
permeates their entire work-obarity akiu
to that commented on by St. Paul, and
thus paraphrased :
''Charity, docont, tnodcBt, easy, kiud,
Softens tho high, aud roar? tho nbjoot mind;
Knows with just reine, and gcutle hand to
Betwixt vilo shamo and arbitrary prido.
Not soon provoked, BIIO easily forgives;
And much abo suffers, an ??he much believes.
Soft peace abo brings wherever abo arrives;
Sho builds our quiot, nu she forms our liven;
Lays tho rough paths of peevish nature even
And opens in each heart a little heaven "
In conclu?iou wo wish tho order ovory
' where enlarged succors, and hopo that as
they ascend in the scale of morality they
may all bo brought into communion with
tho Most High and into fellowship with
July ?5, 1901. OUSKRVEH.
All Is Selfish ness.
''A tier cul. >ld Hie (j in ipi
lu lt but wdil 'icu? i opt j lilli, t? who ;
?jOrtii through ?ty wi ig- iv?id i .. .?i?it.;
e'K'dlt>, mw,') it bi nj r<v to him q b.? '
ii'ippi'i I' ll didu't . r.iv.i ?fiad <i be
happy, i?? winnini i bi yon
?30 Kolilskncts lies ut the bottom of his good
"Then there ia the penni mist. Is ho
discouraged b*?oauso he thinks lt is bin
duty to mankind to paint dark ploturos?
Not at nil. His ia anotbor cloar caso of
Bolflaeneas. He gratiflos hiniBolf by being
unhappy and trying to m ike others so.
Love, too, la selflihuoss. Tho m?den
doesn't love tho man to mnko bim glad
IL'II bor own hnppinoia that abo promotes
in looking upon him ad tbo noblest work of
God. Man's love for woman has back ot
is the samo motivo.
"?o, too, the philanthropic,'II lovo of
tho world. He loves it and luven to do
great things for it booause lt gives him a
nat inf notion to kkow that ho ?8 doing well
"Consider it from whatever ataud-point
you plonse and you must always arrivo at |
tho samo conclunion, Everything that man
does bc does Hellishly. It ia always a
case of gratifying hid own inclination
Just then tho wise man turned n som
ersault and skined hin nose against a
water plug. When ho got up nnd looked
around, with tho look of ono who hud
long been fufgotton, bis pupil asked:
"WOB it selflahneBH that impelled you
to stub your toe? Did yen do it because
it brought a aenso of gratification to !
"Say you confound idiot," tho wiso mau
replied, "you ought to have that grin
photographed. It would make a good
frontbpleoo to Darwin's works.''-Chi
-? ?* ?
Om- Sitio Walks.
Mr. Editor: - Are our "City
Father?" taking an extended nap
In some portions of town thc streets
and side walks aro in a wretched
condition. There is danger in
one getting burt in passing along
in vehicles or walking.
July IC, 1901. CITIZEN.
One 'Farquhar1 Grain I
Thrasher ?heap i
c. s. MCCALL.
July 18, 1901. 4
A sharp London publisher
has hit Cn a. cute scheme to
make money. Ile has worked
up an ancestral tree made to lit
by throwing in a name hore and
there. American snobs, am
bitious for a noble' pedigree, can
bosuplied while they wait. Ile
furnishes the pedigree they
furnish the cash.
Valuable Property Fon
TWO valuablo lots In East Bonnettsvlllo.
Ono contains a good dwolllng with 8
roomo, a wldo hall and 3 porohca. The
othor ls a Oottago with 4 rooina a halt and
two porches, Apply at thia office.
DOTS FROM PROSPECT. ?
Gonoral green has surrondwul
at last to tho export handlmg of
tho gooso-ueok hoo, and crops ure
in good fix and aro growing.
Wo havo had fino raine ?unce
Saturday and tho orops aro joni})
Bev. T. L. Bolvin preached u
lino sermon at Prospect Sunday
morning, whioh was appr?cia toi)
by his pooplo who lovo nina. Ho
will bogia a protraotod mooting '
at th is ohurch on tho fourth Sun
day and will bo assisted by
Woloomo Quick of Clio or weldon
Mrs. Itivors of this placo is
quite sick at the homo of hoi
daughter, Mrs. Carrie MoQuaigo.
Tho -writer is eating muions
now ho had ono on the 8th.
Tho "Two Foxes" aro invited tb
como and help "Stray Coon'*' en
The mooting at tho Baptist
church boro will commoner the
first Sunday in August. Hov.
Mason of Laurinburg will conduct
Mr. Travis McQuaigo of Mc<
Boo, is spouding a fow day i ? Ith
friends and relativos hore.
Died at her homo in Upper
Smithville on tho night ol thc
12th Mrs. Martha Rain ito
daughter of Mr. H?ury Smith,
who died sevoral years ago. She
was a friend to tho writer and ri
devoted christain lady, a loving
wife. Sho loavos a husband, ont
child, ono sister and two brothers
to follow whilo she goos k> join
hor mother and father and sister
over on tho other nhore.v
With best wishes,
July 15, 1901. STRAY Coon
Fire At Laurnbuie j
Our sister town Lau vi ubi? rg.,
was visited by a disastrous lire
on the afternoon of the 11th)
which raged for two honro
Ten stores ono hotel and a barbo)1
shop were laid in the sehe?,
The total loss is estimated ru
$7?,000, as follows:
M A. McDougald, $l?,OOO;
about half insured.
II. E. Lee, $18,000; . Httli
over one half insured.
Wi D. James, $15,000; abo ul
ono half insured.
A. A. James, about $2,<H)(); som
MoDnflW Bros., $2,5V( ?, $ i Ot I
J. C. Morgan, $8,000; one
J. B. Cowan, $000; with $400
D. C. McNeill, $2,000; w il j
.-?jul ! ?T'iU'.o ;.' Moi \?i\?? 'jMuoo,
' "\\r. V'.' I'*; vf, ns, c<>|oreu ititi Vi??'
}<o . \ 'vi,000 wi th i ?.')(:<) \ uimmnoti
vi-, NY- W i'i?b tj '-[MO ? 5 M !
H. 0. Covington, $1,600 l??uvj
There were var'ous losses
rrom removal of goods viz : Cl.
V. Ervington, druggist; W. W,
Whitehurse, clothier; W. li.
Fields, druggist; J. M. Taylor,
A. S. J Parham, N. Hammond,
L. A. Monroe, J D. NV right.
J. C. Mercer and M. Scolnvok:
all moved from one-fourth to
four fifths of their good:?, but
the fire did not reach thom.
Tho origin of the fir? is no!
known exactly, but supposed
to be from the exploding <>l u
How To Homo ve Stidns
They Should Always be Ttikei
Before the Articles arc tVashcd.
All stains should be removed
before the articles are put in th?
wash-tub. The sooner a, stuhl is
treated the more readily it will
yeild to the treatment. Pour boil
ing vator through fruit sta inf-.when
obstinate soak in a solution of
oxalic acid. Wash vaseliro stains
in alcohol; paint, in turpentine or
alcohol; varnish, in alcohol; lirais,
or other green vegotable stains, in
alcohol, kerosene or molasses, for
BtaiiiB from blood, meat juico, UKO!
white of egg in cold water. I n thc
case of milk, cream, sugar or syrup
stains soak in cold water ai ul wash
with soap and cold wahi, Tar
wheel grease or machine oil KIU?H
should be rubbed with l:\rd and
allowed to stand a few minutes,
then they should be washed with
soap and cold water. Ter., c?lico
or cocoa stains should be removed
with boiling water; if obstinate,
with a weah solution of o/.oiie aotd.
-Maria Parloa, in Tho Lad io.*'
Homo Journal for June.
T. Chalmers Johnflon o! ?fard
Bluff has won the Bcholar>iliij> to
tho Charleston Modi al College
from this dis trio. Mr. Johnson
attended this college last year and
mado fine marks.
Minding your own busiiiosB is *
The Washington Post say? "The
peoplo who purchase their religion
of Sam Jones always have to pay
A woman is "sweetly reasonable"
when sho is reasonably sweet.
J. M. JACKI ON.
July 12, 1901,
The most resilient, no
sO, TO HAIR, W
ft impervious to water, will i
and obnoxious to all insect
of eminent physicians an
or sale only by
. AND 80NFI
- and -
fdorth East Corn
April 22, 1901.
fr mnettsvilfe 1
-PK ALK R IN AND M
G ( Hing, Flooring,
BUILDING IA mill
IF YOU AUK IN NE ICD OF
pr dressed; wo would bo glac
and look oyo?- /lock.
Thlli " fi) rt uro ii on 6-ery box of (ho gcnuiuo
Laxativc Bromo-Quioiue Tawati
tho .. itity that curtis ? cold lu ono day
Try a can of chicken Tamala,
at YV . M. Rowe's it is line.
( : Just in a nico lino of Brass
anti Iron Bedsteads. Call and see
them. . G. W. Waddill
Kio.?* Binder twine of the best
quality at tlie lowest price in any
quantity ot C. S. McCall's.
Thu Boit Preparation for Malaria.
Ohl!)? ?nd Fever Ie a bottlo of Grovo'e
Tan te bj Chill Tonio. It le simply iron mut
qnkitui in a tasteless form, No ouro-no |
I pny, -Prloo soo.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov, 7, i87o,.
Dr. C, J. Moflett-Dear Sir: I cannot
too strongly recommend your TEETHUNA
(Teething Powders) to mothers'as one of ]
the lust medicines they can obtain for
their debilitated and sickly infants. I
haye .ised it with very satisfactory re
snits the past summer with my child,
;ti\il while wc have heretofore lost a child
or two I r om teething under other rem?
edits, our present child that has taken
TKU IIINA, is a line, healthy boy.
1 am, very respectlully,
A. i\ Brown, M. D.
(Brother ol U.S. Senator and Ex.
dov. Joseph K. Brown.
It Dazzlos Tho World
No Discovery in medicine has ever
created one quater of the excitement
that has been caused by Dr. King's
New Discovery tor Consumption, it's
severest tests have been on hopeless
victims of Consumption, Pneumonia,
I jciv.H /hage, Pleurisy, and Bronchitis,
I botts ods ol whom it has rcstorde to
perfect ''health. For Coughs, .Colds,
; AMhnuj Croup, Hay Fever, Hoarseness
? mut Whooping Cough it is the quickest,
;f-urrsi uro iu thc world. It ls sold by
?J T. Douglas, Uro. who guarantee
.vUlsf.iction or refund money. Large
hollies ioc and 9i co. Trial bottles Irte.
A Food for brain and nervo cculora.
H i syitotu will ab-sorba greater nmouni
of som ttihment from 1 pound of Grupo
v> " i h m from 10 pounds of meut, oats.
Wheat cr bread. Costs 1 cont per moah
ol salo by
W. M. ltowo.
BlOlifl tin?-Cough and Works oft tho Cold.
hniHtivt Bromo Quinine Tablet? ouro a oold
in ono dn.y. No Cure, No Pay. Prico 250 a
ir/ .\n<i stay Wen.
Tho best help is within your
renell, und those who have tried
it apeak woll of it--it is the no?
tod ' Acid Iron Mineral" for
Sfilo afc tho O#om Bros Restau
ran!, on Marion Street.. They
have lt two sizes 25 and no cents.
lt ls a most valuable medicine
for old and young, and if you
want io keep well ni ways have a
bottle in ttte home.
m-absorbent and most
on the market,
ooL, wr OR COTTON
lover pack. Lighter in weight,
life. Sec the testimonials
Bennettsville, S. O.
LE * B?KERY
Orders tilled on short notice.
All size OAKES made to order
er Public Square*
E, ROWE, MANAGER,
ANUFACTURER OF -
AL OP ALL KINDS.
any kind of LUMBER., 'ongh
1 to have yon cnll a* dur MILL
italic of filial ?is?ii?fgiJi
i'lsrA'iii or fSpyiii ' v Fi pi'/iii,) it.
NOTICE ia hereby given that on tho
27di day of May I filed my final re
turn as Executor under the will of Novella
Fletcher, deceased, with tho llouoinblc
Judjm of Probate for Marlboro county
?nd that on Wedno.sdny tho J Otb day of
July. 1901, I will apply to said Court for
?Letters ?ismiasory as said Executor.
VV. IL FLETCHER,
Juno 10,1901. Ex'or.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE
ESTATE ^LIZABETH P. PARHAM.
HAVING thi* duy filed in tho Probate
Judge's oflloo of Marlboro County
my ii nal rel um us Executor ot tho Es tutu
of Elizabeth P. Parham. Notice is hereby
I viven that I will apply to said Court on
I ft th day of July 1901. ut lt) a. m., for a
dual dischargo as Executor ol" .sud estate.
MITCHEL II PAIWIAM,
June 14, 1901, Quuliticd Executor.
Special Sanitary Notice.
1 LL parties knowing ot any premises
?li or other place in bad sanitary con
dition within the corporate limits of the
Town of Bennettsville are requested to
notify the Town Marshal, who is the
health officer ol thc Town, and it will
receive the attention ol Council at once
O. S. McOALL, Mayor.
June 21, 1901.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
KSTATK ov ELLEN R. BENNETT, DEO'D.
[OTICE 1B hereby gi von that having
flied with, tho Honorablo Probnto
Judge ot Marlboro County our Anal ro"
turu UH Exooutord undo? tho will of Mrs
Ellon R. ?onuott, deooasod. Wo will ap
ply to aatd Probate Court for Lottore
DlBmieBory as said Excoutors tho ecoond
day of AugustIQOI.
J, F. Breedon,
0. P. Th oman.
July 5, 1901. Ex cou to in.
Real Estate Agency.
R. Li KIRKWOOD. Manager.
Parties wanting to buy or sell prop
erty of any kind-houses, lot3, or
fur m s-should see ino or write mo |
Have two nice building lots in Enal
BeniK-tt?ville-one lot J acre. Ono
lot 1 acre.
MP" lin ve you tried tho "Peerless |
leo Cream FWzer" you will be pleas
ed with it. H ard waro Store.
Tho very thing for tho stun mer
thoso beautiful whito enamel and
j brass beds at furniture store of
C. S. McCall
??F* I havo tho genuino "DIXIR
MOSQUITO CANOPY nt $2, complote.
G. W. WADDILL.
Von Know What You aro Taking
When you are take Groves Tasteless Chill
Tonto hoouufio the formula fa plainly given
OD overy bottle showing that it ts ni inply
Iron and Quinine in a tastelOM form. Ko
cure-- no pay, Pilco jo.
Prom COTTON TOP STRAW,
COTTON TOP HUSK
Combination Cotton-n hoi
ALL COTTON 5 00 T\v
"HEX" KELT M ATT HES
The DEXTER FELT,
The DEXTER is the best
guaranteed to please or mone}
I am making a specialty of j
ililli I TO
And I can supply anvil
My motto is *'satisfa<
Bcnnettsville, S. C., July 15, ;
ATLANTIC COASTLINE RAILROAD
ainsoN TO coi, UH m A.
liBAYE. AK Ul VIC.
6 45 q. tin. Gibson, io io p. ra.
7 io ttonnottflvillo, 9 17
8 02 Darlington, 8 25
9 25 Bumtor, 6 40
5 45 p. m. Columbia, 10 55 a. m.
OIB80N TO CIIART.IC8TON.
6 45 a. m.
4 49 p. m.
io io p. m.
FI.ORRNCB TO WADB8HOHO.
8 45 a. m.
7 00 p. ru
T. M. EMERSON, II. M. EMERSON,
Traillo Manngor. Ase't. Qon Paso. Agt.
J. It. KENLY, Qonorul Manager.
Wu KN in town nnd yon want a good
moid, roinemhor wo oan corvo you,
A good mool for 250. Restaurant
north of tho Market,.
D. J. BKAYBOY.
Oneil it keep tho idrrcofc time ? Or do
you have (.0 tot tti oyovy twenty four hourn?
bo youx know what id Ohe mattet with it ?
Bring it to mo and lot mo put it in oorreot
tlrao-keephig order. It may bo dirty and
need ol?nning. It mny havo a cog broken,
lb nmy bavo a eerow looso, or it may only
need regulating. Bring it to me and no
mutter what aila it, I can put it In Bret.
olasB condition. My olmrgoa aro very mod
erato and tho work will bo dono promptly.
I vepnir Jewelry and dooks, a'ao Ovum
and Pistols. For anything in my Uno seo
mo. I eau and do moot nil competition.
S. J. PEARSON,
Jeweler and Repairer.
Our fee returned if we fall. Any one sending
sketch and description of nny invention will
promptly receive our opinion free concerning
thc put cumbil ?ty of same. "How to Obtain a
Patent" sent upon request. Patents secured
through us advertised for sale at our expense.
Patents taken out through us receive special
notice, without charge, in THE PATENT RECORD,
au illustrated and widely circulated joiuit.il,
consulted by Manufacturers and Investors.
Send for sample copy FREE. Address,
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Evans Building, WASHINGTON, O. C.
" I I Xi
AT TIIIC OLD STAND
Aund Prepared to fill at Short Notice
Orders for -
Cy prc ft ltd VtliiO ii?'
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
AT BOTTOM PRICKS.
Wo soil no shoddy work, or misa-lita.
Shops on MoColl Btreot uoar rosldonoe.
8. F. PO WEHS,
Jan 31, 1898 7 ion not if, vi Ho, 8, 0.
Anyono Bonding n ?ketch and dosorlptlon may
cmtakly ascortaln our opinion fro? whothor an
Invention 1? probably patentable Communica
tions ntrlctly coundon! lal. Handbook on Pat outs
?Ont froo. Olilost nuouoy for securing; patonts.
l'Atout? tnkon through Munn A Co. re?oive
special notice, without oh argo, In the
A handsomely Illustrated wcokly. Largest cir
culation or any sclontinc Journal. Tamis, ?3 a
year s four mouths, ?:. Sold by all nowsdontors.
MUNN & Co.3e,0ro?d*^ New York
Urauoh Ofllco, Sa V St., Washington. I>. C.
THE best workmanship.
Hay Hum and Tonic Treatment
Tools the best and sharpest
Polite attention always assured
Three Artists In constant at endnnce.
LADIES WORK a Specialty !
Once a customer, always a customer.
JACKSON, HATOHER, THOMAS
40 lbs. each,
, o oo
Mattress on Hie market, and is
refunded after 00 days uso.
ui ti ful ono,
8, (it special,)
DATK IN mmm
ling wanted in this line.
3tion to the Buyer at
ATLAHTIC MD lim MIMI
Ia Effoot'Marou-26, 1899.
Not th *;
6 50 p m
3 50 p m
3 45 P >?
2 30 p m
12 13 p m
II 55 a m
ll 07 a tn
io 36 a in
io 09 a m
8 45 a in
Ar Wilmington Lr
Lv Fayetteville Ar
Ar Fayetteville Lv
Lv Sanford. Lv
Lv^ Climax Lv
Lv cTfoensboro Ar
Ar Oroci?&Voro Lv
Lv Stokeedal^. Lv
Lv Walnut Cove*
Lv Bural Hall
Lv Mt. Airy
9 00 a m
12 io p ia
12 28 p m'
i 43 P ?
3 44 P?l
4 15 P m
4 as p m
5 44 P ?
'i 34 P;
'9 07 ft tn
9 35 a m
10 20 a m
10 40 a m
LY BemsotisviUo Ar
Lv Maxton Lv
Lv Bed Springs Lv
Lv Kopo Mills Lv
Ar Fayetteville Lv
7 15 v m
6 15 p m
5 35 P m
4-52 p m
4 33 P ?
?. 30 p rnjAr Gi^ati'dioro
? 15 p m|Lv 8tok()Hih\le
5 30 P W
3 5? P ,w
flu uti ay
(j 40 a rn
y 25 a ti J
9 17 n m
Jjvi?i u/ 11 ru .
. ?. io .y in ? 1 .y M?Om?u Aijiv $:> ir,
Gounc?tioua at ??'tty c: tt ev fi 3t c will? Mhutio
Oortit ?.tna. nt 'tinton fv?lh ?*?*> i'.ur.OuA
I Oec .:; i ? ' ' I ': j.;.; it 1 '
Rod Springs and Dowmoro lailroad, at San
ford wt tb tho Seaboard Air Lino, at Calf
with the Durnum and Oh?rlott<i Railla ul.
nt Oroonburo with tho Southern Railway
'Company, nt Walnut Cove with thoWcrlolk
and Wootorii Xinilvt ny.
J. ll, KV.m.Y, (h-.u'l Manager.
T. MT. EMERSON, Trame Mraagc?.
H. M. EMERSON, Gon'l Pana Agent.
j ww rr ?? TVT ? wtrV v <r y W? ur <> M> i>V ? ? fr?
MARBLE o WORKS
OP J. W. MoEIAVEE,
T. HAVE recently moved my
Marble Works from M0C0U to
Bonnottsvillc, and for the pres
ent om located nuar the Depot?
und occupy tho McCall ltr?k;K
Warohou?o, whore I will lie
pleased to continue to supply alt wti'k
nooded in my lino to tho people''of Mark
boro and adjoining counties. Fardos find
ing it more convenient eau have their ?r>
dora tilled from my yard ot Ditton, 9. ?,
Designs, estimates and price? furnished j!
application- Cleaning and resetting mon/
uments and tombstones a specialty. ,
Thanking tho general public for pw|t
patrousge I respect fully solicit A ooutin
uanco of tho samo in tho futuro. ^ >'
J. W. McELWEE,
W. W. PATE, MANAGER.
January 22, 1990
Three Barbers! Three Olmiral
Everything First-Class* ,
SALOON ON MARION STREET.
EASY CHAXRP, CLEAN SHAVES
BEST OP HAIR CUTS I
Children receive speoial attention
either at the Shop at their hone?,
Your patronage aolioitc?.
J. A. GRACE, Barber.
BENNETTSVILLE, B. O.
Diesis what you oat*
It artificially digeaw the food ftt?i
Nat?ro In ?trengtbenlng and mon*
atruotlng tho exhausted dilative or*
anni. 1? lathe latentfllocoveM?tlIgort?
ant and tonio. No othor preparation
can approach tt In efficiency. Il in?
stantly rotiovcjand permanentlyetta*
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Hcarthmn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, NAuim
i Sick Headache, G astral ?la.Crampa?t?^
all othor results ot imperfect dlgfl?tt?sv
A'._. . ... w_7_..._<w>? lt??.a
Douglas Bros. drug atore.
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