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fi. A, BROWN - - - Editor
Friday Marok 31, 1905. .
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COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS
MARCH TERM, 1905.
Our report la?t week closed
with the trial of Frank Scott for
the killing of Bill Swert, below
Clio. He was acquitted.
The case of Sueannah Malachi
colored /for burglary and lar ce
ny and attempting to burn the
barn of Mr. John Huestess, was
next taken up, and rather than
take the risks of a trial she con
sented to a sentence of 5 years
in the penitentiary. A number
of cases were continued and the
business of the term closed Fri
day evening. The following is
the presentment of grand jury :
2b His Honor C. G. Dantzler :
We tho grand j irv empaunelled for |
thia year, having passed upon all in
diettneuts and other matters brought
to our attention by the Court, make|
this as our Html report and present
ment. We deemed it wiso to appoint
special committees fi om our body to
invi-Btignte tho condition of the pub
lic buildings and County offices. We j
aavo appointed a committee consis
ting of Harris Bristow, J. T. Whita
ker and Elmore Allen to investigate I
the condition of the County poor|
house and farm, and a committee con
Hilting of George ll. Welch, D. C.j
Pate, and H. P. Freeman to iuvesti
gate the books and management of
the various County offices. The result
of these committee ivestigations will
bo snbndtted to thc Court in due time
by un. We present as a grievance the
insufficient statement ot the offense
charged in so m o of the magistrates
warrants or charges, and we request
t liai nil niapistrntes of thc Comity will
take enro to make tho offenses charg-j
e i in their warrants clear aud deli
hite, so that in cases where the ? de
fendant is bound over to this Court
it may bc easily determined whether I
stich offense is properly within tlie j
jurisdiction of tina Court.
Wc present dames D. Woodley for
enticing labor hom tho Comity.
Wo present Robert Moses for main
taining a public nuisance just outside J
the incorporated limits ot the town ol
Bcunctlsvillc, thc said nuisance be
ing a lilllty ling pen located in n
thickly settled neighborhood.
We present A,E. Ingram for breach
of trust willi fraudulent intent, and
for forgery, in thnt ho collected a
large sum of money ns trustee and
agent, and fraudulently misappro.
printed tho same to his own use, and
to conceal thc btunc committed for
for I? if- tin ' ?y i ? li arg?;
? : 1 '
reit- . . li?'. fuel '.i . :
that?3vc.j niciuuer ut mu grand jury
must feo: tho certainty that the pro
ceedings nf the grand jury will be
kept with inviolable secrecy by the
individual members ol the jury, and
wc real i/o the fm thor fact that ii.
many cases there has been very loose
observance of the obligation imposed
upon every member of the grand jury
to keep the secret deliberations of that
body from becoming known by others,
and we trust thnt the injunctions of
the judge will he observed by this and
all grand juries to bo empannelled
In conclusion we wish to return gen
eral thanks to his honor the presid
ing judge and the other officers o? the
Court for their bel, lui consideration
P. B. Moore.
March 22. 1905.
Jt6f The most novel, varied clever
entertainment of the season at the
Audi oriutu Monday night.
Can Johnson Hypnotize?
"It was Solicitor Johnson's elo
quence." A colored man named Coop
er was convicted of man slaughter iu
Darlington last week and was pardon
ed hy the governor. He was convicted
on Saturday and pardoned the follow
ing 'Thursday, 'ibo petitioners stated
lo the Governor that the jury was in
fluenced by the great eloquence of J.
Monroe Johnson. The Judge recom
mended the ?ardon.-Chesterfield
Mr Johnson says the verdict was a
?lo ii, rightcois verdict. The law and
the testimony out weighed eloquence
with that jury. It is reported that it
was outside white iuiluencc for thc old
tinnily servant that touched the Judge
and Governor. See!
(Cjr IVI i rt li, Magic, Song, and Story
in the llitrhic entertainment Monday
Invite Thom Here
*, is said that Camden issocrow
.< willi Northern guest that her
obree large, hotels and several hoard
ing houses uro overflowing and dai
ly have to turn away applicants
Now, if'lhc Camden folks can
inulto money entertaining these
Northen guest, why can't Bcnnctts
ville or Blenheim, lake steps to in- 1
vile them hore. Marlboro has sonic i
linc health giving springs whose |
waters could bo utilized lor their t
benefit. If there is money in thc '
business for Camden why not for 2
A Hanpy Bit. ?
Tho Bennettsville Dramatic Club 1
excelled themselves iu tho rendition
of "Tho Little Mioi&ter" last Friday
night. A crowded houso enjoyed and
appreciated it. It was good lrom start
OTIOE is hereby given that there
will be a Mass Meeting of the Dem
?oratio volet 9 of the To wu of lien
lettsville ia the Court House at 4 p.
ii, cu Friday the 7th day of April,
1905, for the purpose of nominating
i Mayor and four Aldermen to serve
the Town of Bennettsville for the terna
)f two years, and also nominate two
sitizenB as members of the Board of
the Board of Public Works for the
Town of Bi nuettsville to nerve one
for 4 years and one for 6 years.
By resolution of Council
. P. A. HODGES, Mayor
March 27, 1905.!
l?~Shadowgraphy at the Audito i
um Monday night.
Some Good Advice.
Au exchnuge says-"The key
noto to the cotton situation is "hold
your cotton and reduce your acre
age." Don't let a slight advance at
plantiug time cause you to turn
loose your cotton, or increase your
acreage. This is only a bate to get
your cotton for 5 cents next fall.
Stand linn and you will have 9
cent cotton by June."
- Howieon, Bird Warbler, at the j
Auditorium Monday night.
Tho Dignity of Labor.
It is important that thc toilers of
the world should be impressed with
the dignity of labor. Every one
who does his work well is fulfill
ing bis destiny in thc highest sense.
No matter what thc work is, it is
yours, and you should proudly and
gladly take it up as the day brings]
it to you. You can ennoble every !
task by your manner of doing it.
Never change or bow your head
in shaine because you have been
surprised at some not too pleasant
task, for it is just this that has giv
en to some the impression that \vork|
Work, honest labor, is never
degrading, but those who do the
work often degrade it. Interest
yourself in your work, and it will
never disgrace you.
Auditorium. April 3,
Experiments With Cotton.
Editor Democrat-I tested four |
different kinds of cotton lest year,
giving each an equal showing
"King." Russell big boll," "Texas j
wood," and "Edwin Coxc's :
Thc Kiug made 2147 pounds per
Russell bitr boll 2350 pound lier]
efit, and oblige.
Z. J. Drake.
Drake, S. C. Mar, 21 1905.
Mr Editor.-The Coxe referred
to in the above report is E. A.
Coxe of Brownsville, who has been
experimenting . ?th a "cross be
tween Texas Wood and Sea Island
cotton seed. He has perfected the
cross and now has a seed that will
yield an average of 41 pounds of
Lint to every hundred pounds of
seed cotton. He bas found none to
beat it, and besides the lint grades
high bringing 2 to 5 cents more < n
the market than other cotton. I can
supply seed this season at $1.00 per
1 E. A. Coxe,
Blenheim, S. C
R. F. D. No. 2.
Letters addressed to the f ollowing named
persona remain uncalled for at the post
office in Benncttsvillo :
Henry Davis, George Green
In Memory of Kuchel Everett, who was
nilled from earth March 4, 1008.
Whereas it has pleased our kind and
loving Heavenly Father, who doc th ali
things well; to call unto Himseil our
young and most exemolary Snnday
School pupil RACHEL EVERETT, the in
fluence ol whose lite will impel us to
higher and better things ; and
Whereas Her loving face will he sad
ly missed lrom our Sunday School where
she was a laithtul attendant. Therelore
he it Resolved
I. That while we mourn her departure
lrom our midst, yet not without hope ol
seeing her again in the mansion on
high, wc bow in humble submission to
thc will ot the All-wise One.
II. That, though she his gone lrom
earth, we shall strive to emulate her
virtue and meet her in the great beyond.
III. That a blank page in our minutes
he inscribed to her memory, and that a
copv ol these Resolutions be sent to her
family and be published in the County
Thomr s C. Weatherly,
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE,
ESTATE OK Mrs N. G. aud J. K. PKOUKS.
HAVING filed in tho Probato Judge's
Ofllco of Marlboro county our final re
urn an Executors and Administrators Do
tonis non of tho Estato of Mrs N. U. and
T. K, Pogues, and as Toctamontary tl uar.
lian of their minor children, Notice is hora
ry given that we will apply to said Court
n thc 2Uh day of April 1905 for Letters
Msmissory as such Executors, Administra
ors and Guardian.
W. D. EVANS ?nd lt. M. PEGUES,
Ex'rs. aud Adm'rs Do bonis non,
W. D. EVANS,
March 24, 19^5.
P3N AND SCISSOR GRAPHS
The government has decided to
ive up tho tight with the boll wea
el-nature's reducer of a big cot
Tho country i? so sure that thc
taps are goiug to win out, that they
re now talking about the possibil
ties and spoils.
Saturday morning's train on
he S. A. L. r ad three beautiful
irand new coaches. This road
8 ever improving and looking af
,er the comfort of its passengers
ind has as lino a set of gentle
nen conductors as can be lound
n the Stat?-."-Maxton Scottish
STATE OF SOUTU CAROLINA, I
COUNTY OK MAIILIIOIIO. (
T. F. MALLOY. IMaint?T,
GEO. A. FROST, Defouduut.
BY virtue of an Execution in tho nbovo
stated case, I have seized Ono Boring
Machino complote, situated nt tho statu n
oa Bennettsville & Cheraw Riilroad Co ,
known as Frost Mill, and will sell thc samo
at public cutcry fer cash on the first Mon
day of April within thc legal hourn of sale
at tho Conrt House door at Bennettsville,
J. B. GREEN, s. M. c.
AYOUNG JEBSY HEIFER-soon to
calve-fino blood, and a prize for nomo
ne. Speak quick, if you wane her.
D. A. COVINGTON,
GIUSON, R F.D No. 2
Feb 9, 1905.
NOTICE is hereby given that tn election
will bo brid in the Court Houso on thc
nth day of April 190?. for the purpose of
electing a Mayor and four Aldermen for
the Town of Bennettavillo to servo for two
years, a''0 to elect two members of the
BoaK of Public Works for the Town of
Bennottsvillo, ono to serve for four years
and one to Herve for i ix years.
At tho eame time nud plnco to vote on
the question of Issuing Booda to tho am*
ount of 85,000 to pay for the completion of |
the Electric Light Plant.
Managers of Election, J. B. Adams, T.
F. McRae nod R. K Breed? n.
Polls open nt S o'clock, a m., and close
at 4 o'clock, p. m.
P. A HODGES,
March 17, 1905. Mayor.
Here's Your Chance.
1 HAVR Boversl ?nc Buff Plymouth Rock
I Cockerels that I will sell on the yard
for Ooo Dollar each, I am also ready to j
tnko 0,dern for '.Buff Rock Eggs" nt ?fi
per setting of 13, on thu yard.
C \t \\ H 1 !; 5 !. ?J lil 1> ! U r< r I f .< b
?IOTICE ia hereby given that tho Spring
Term of the Court of Common Pier H
for Marlboro County will convine at Bcn
nettsvillo on Monday April 24th, 1905. nt
10 o'clock, n. m. All pomona int?r?t-ted
will tnko due notice thereof. Grund jurors
ure not required to attend.
J. A. DRAKE,
Clerk Court of C. P. & G S.
Kor Marlboro Co., S. C.
March 23, 1905. - un
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
HAVING bad a final sottlcmoit with my
wards Sarah Cropland, Lilly Crosland,
Carlisle Crosland end Duna Crosland, No
tice is hereby given that I will apply to
tho Probate Court for a linul d?charge as
Guardian of said wards on tho 16th day
of April 1905.
0 CROSLAND, Guardian.
March 16th 1905.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
W. E. BREEDEN, WARD.
HAVING Hied in the Probate Judge's
office ol Marlboro County my return
as Guardian ol W. E. Breeden, Notice
is hereby given that 1 will apply to said
Court on the 22(1 clay ol April ?1905 lor
final discharge as such Guardian,
B. E. MOORE, Guardian.
March 22, 1905.
FOR SALK-Four line PEA HE??.
Price $2 euch. Come ?juick.
Mch IG. R. C. McIntyre.
EIDELITY AND COU HT.
CONTRACT and FIDELITY BONDS.
There arc 00 better companies than
hese, represented by
JNO. S. MOORE
Nov. 15, 1804.
To Regulate the Soliciting of
of Customers for Hacks, Ho
tels, Boarding Houses, and
any other purpose, at Railroad
stations in the Town ol Ben
de it Ordained by tho Mayor and Alder
men of thc Town ol' BcDDCttsvillo in
Council assembled and by authority ol'
(be same :
That any person or persons soliciting
:ustomers for Hacks, Hotels. Boarding
louses or any other purpose in the
['own ol Bennettsville at the Railroad
tations within thc Town limits are
lereby prohibited jrom entering the
.'ars or soliciting such customers within
line fifteen feet (rom Railroad running
arabel with the said Railroad. Any
iol.ttion of this Ordinance shall bc pun
?liable by a line ol not more than (won.
live dollars, or thirty days work on
ie Streets of said Town or imprison
ment thirty days in the discretion of the
lay or ol said Town.
That the Policemen ol the Town are
pecially charged with the enforcement
I this Ordinance
Dono and ratified in Council this 10th
ay of March, A. I). 1905.
P. A. Hoon BR, Mayor.
THE FASHIONABLE-E?EMT- BEFORE
' : Sf S
We have a ) io
this Spring w
that can be foie
STRVKNS this s'
the best. If ;
will get a Hat oi
Our stock tili
thing others DC
elusive, new an
r.Ualiii hwited to attend OUR
.7, ? 'OPENING APRIL-5-6.
h treal in store for you. Our showing
outdo =ny previous occasion. Our
?en seh < red from New York, Bos
md baltimore. We have the best
-I MI an) market.
lefil viii b j managed by Miss NANNIE
?son, uncl ou will find lier ns good as
will co ult with Miss Stevens, you
iel. ii] to date and becoming.
to large to enumerate. Re
! find at our Store some
> v ! Our styles are always ex
i iii ?bl. \'
In this Depar
Novelties for sin
WCUVCB in SILKS, ;
TISTES. SILK K
varied stock of V
The most of yo
ries and Lacer. '
. V] i
/ill lind all of the Stylish
Comprising all the new
EAOLINS, E PAM I NES, BA
ORGANDIES, and the Most
ash Fabrics in the city,
r?putation on Embroide
. vels of delicacy Ss beauty
v. ^ ?oo-^
Ladies READ TO WEAR Garments
We keep the on .
in the city. Lad:
Shirt Waist Suits,
All-Over Nets, La*
; stock in the above line
.t Waist Suits, Wash
in Silk, Muslin, Batiste
SHOES; ;j SUPPERS.""!^
IIuvo ?ll y< u cnn nnk foi
TAN, CHAMPAGNE, PA!
and Children STETSON,
Men mid Boya.
WE hnvo A SUIT THAT
Agon tn for ttohloeu Bro
and Kxtrn Kuea Panta. We
COME ONE, COMI
your Headquarters whi
Than ki ii <J you* for 7
Mch 30, 1905.
.M to \m hut-Whitu Can va?,
ow Selby it On , for Ltdion
id WALK.OVER SHOKS for
YOU Come now. Solo
Complete Stock Boye Suita
han some others.
make MY STORE
..sville, S C.
"-i-. '- -----
SOL; m* i
1 haye ?iecii
to serve t
Call up 14-2 fo
ICE In any
> open THU
3, Fish Or
PLANT MY PRC
_| bushels left for seed pc
Lester, S. C.-(To Marlbon
Ls well worth $5.00 per bus
tn 105 bushels per acre) au
(. utirantced analysis Phos- Acid. S f,
(! llano offered (ho pul.lie iu I'.') or 30
Nitrate of Suda is so high, Ups is u
or ou top, ">nd prices all rit;lit. liy i
ihe mai kel. If in need nf any i
promptly and cause you to n juice at
for this, season
Mareil 10, 1904.
:ORN. Only 500
50 per bushel f. o. h..
ul county Fanners. It
ered last year from So
line Peruvian Guano."
il), Potash 12. This is the best
nake a tine Top Drcesser. As
This Guano is coed itt hut dun
-, cheaper than any Guano on
I card, and will lill your orders
Only a lew hundred Tons left
irlboro & Scotland Counties
t ille, S. C., R. P. I). 4.
This Hook Case was a
Exposition as being th
China Closets, S
Kar pin s Genuine J
Easels, Mull R
AH Wife Noiseless F
dd medal af, the St. Louis
nal Book case made.
ls, Boom Suits,
o WITH AUTOMOBILE
? WU KIO LS.
ouches and chairs,
Dr .1 ron JD?
ings, 120 spirals, 1.75
) 1-2,50 For EDS
.'signs and all grades,
C carry a tull linc ( iture. If I do not have
whal you want, will ickly. I .solicit your trade
and promise you thc v.
March l-l, I?j05. HEN N RTT3VILLK, S. U.
East .Side Public Square*
I.havo for sale Succession Wakefield and Early Spring
* Cabbage Plants.fgrown in open-air on sea coast from
seeds bought from the best and most reliable
Seedsmen in the United States at the
- following prices F. O. B.
Lots 1000 to 5000 $1.50 per M.
44 SOOOto 10QOO SI .25.
Lota of lOOOO spot-mi prices on Application.
J3ir* Special Inducements to Dealers. .Jgg?
Any information ?a to tho cultivation of Cubbago will bo cheerfully
given on application.
S. J. Humph. Adams Run, S. C.
TOOT t\ 3D??<&&&
Practical Pharmacist and Dealer in
pure ?rugs and patent gjjjjcdicincs.
WE ALS? C?RRY
STA Xl) A Jil) MEDICI S KS.
CH EM IC A LS,
TOILET and Fancy Articles,
PER EU11MER Y, SOAI'S,
It It USU ES, SPONGES,
STATIONARY anti SUPPL
\ PAINTS, OILS,
I BRUSHES of all kinds,
% VARNISH and STAINS.
'AES Y LAMPS, SHADES, El
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours
and guaranteed to bc of ike Purest Uruga and at
A full line ?arden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for past patronage yourn for a pronperouB new year.
J, T, DOUGLAS.
AT THE OX.X? STAN?
Jaanu y 1. 1900
POR HARDWARE W EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Do yoLi wasat the best Hay F ress
that has ever been on our
We have a car Load of them and
are selling them at $60 each.
If You expect to buy a BUGGY, a WAG-ON
or a >: t?T c ET HARNlTiR "?? be sura to see me
E'e^'?i^fed Wwxi Oar
B ?rd-t&???; One Oar
w?isr?NS, And 100 SETS Of
of which 1 mn going
It will be to your interest to see me before
buying any ot these.
Sent 8, 1904.
Our IKT?e^7v Line
-THE DIRECT WAY
SO U TH .
~ffl A CIT1
BENNETTS VILLE & CH ER AW B. B.
s JE .?TB o Ann
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
Leave Beunettsville *7.05 a. m., 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Cheraw 8.10 p. m.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections nt Cheraw with through truius to
tho North, East, South and Wost.
The short line and quickest time to Wilmiutttoo, Charlotte, Atlanta,
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Rulii?inro, Philadelphia, New York,
Hoston. B?llalo, Pittsburg und all poi nt.H North and East.
The >hort line anl quickest time to Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa. Montgomery. New Orleans and all points South and West.
Poi further information call on J. T. MEDLIN, agent Bonncttsvtlle &
Cheraw R. R.. Rennettsville. S. C., or address R. li. BURROUGHS
TT P A.. SEABOARD AIR LINK RV., Columbia, 8. C.
CHARLES F. STEWART, A. G. V. A., S.A L, Hy. Savannah, Ga.
fi Asher soft's
Makes poor horses and mules far without bloating. It
does this by first thoroughly cleansing the system of
all impurities, allowing perfect assimilation of food,
thereby creating solid muscle and fat.
Horses and mules improve in appetite and spirits
after the first few doses, the hair sheds, and the new
coat is always sleek and glossy.
Ashcraft's Condition Powders are packed in doses,
without "filler," and good for horses and mules only.
It is a most powerful tonic and appetizer, being the
formulae of a practical veterinarian of over a quarter of a century's
experience. It is easily the foremost remedy in its class on the
American market to-dny. Price 25 cents package.
SMITH NEWTON, Bonnettsville, S. C
MoCOLL DRUG CO., McColI, S. 0.
OFFICE Up niuit? in Croelund Building,
BBNNETTSVLLiLE, B. O.
II. II* NEWTON, JKNNINOS K. OWENS.
NEWTON & OWENS,
Attorneys at Law,
BENNETTSVILLH, 80. CA.
Oinces Over Planters National Bank.
. Attorney at Law,
Bonnottsv?lo, 8. 0.
Office on Darlington street near Posta
Telograpb offigp. January. 1899.
MILTON MCLAURIN, A
Attorney at Law and
Offloo in Court House.
E. C. MORRISON,
Electrician - - Machinirjt,
BES NETTS VILLE, R. C.
P. O. BOX 98. PIIOi?E lil.
Contractor for Electrical work nnd dealer
in Electrical supplies Hot Air Pump
V?.K E"?ino? ?nd Gae Engines installed.
Pipe-flitting and general uiachinc work.
August 20, 1903.
Specials at Moore's,
Canned Tripe 20c each or 2 for
Heinzs Pickle-fresh and good.
Freeh jelly-assorted-only 10.
Armour's Sausago in tomato
sauce only 10 couts.
Heinze's "White Wino Vinegar
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Lino of choice
Canned Goods. /
Also a nico lino or SHOES, UNDER
WEAR, ;|,,d NOTIONS.
Our Table Goods arc always Freak.
(Jive us a CALL.
Cor Darlington and Chcraw sts.
Heuncttsvillo, S. C.
Rock Hill Buggies.
The agent Mr. P. A. Hodges has
just received a carload of those hand
some hughies and if you waut a fine
buggy call on him