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BY 8. A. lIUtOWN * ?Q.
Ojfllc? West of Gour? House.
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M ARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS
&??&? 'Rb?nd-J. B WILSON, P. K.
North Marlboro, Shiloh, Muroh 7,8
Bounottevillo Station, March 6,8
Uomir.ttBvillo Ct., Beauty Spot, Maroh 14,15
Bi IghtAvlllo, Boyklu, Maroh 21,22
Bleuhoira, l?bonezor, Maroh 28,29
Clio, Olio, April 4,s
MoOoll MlBston, April 3,5
To Bloyolo Rldore.
You can have your crippled
wheels fixed up and mado to run as
easy as ovor by bringing thom to
THE DEMOCRAT office, where you
can get honest work at moderate
oharges.
A Ortanoo for You.
Mr. W. P. Breeden has just got
in 40 head of fino mules suited to
all work. One pair woighing 2,000
pounds and another 2,100 pounds.
Ho has also a nico lino of buggies,
harness, whips, robes, etc.
Eplooopnl Services.
Rev. Mr. Baker, of Cheraw,
will hold divine services hore 011.
Sunday morning and af tor
noon next. The holy communion
?will be administered aftor tho
morning service. Tho public aro
cordially invited.
Ula Stock lo Fresh.
The friends and patrons of former
years will undoubtedly find it
to their advantago to call on L.
Strauss at tho brick storo opposite
tho Presbyterian ohuroh for cloth
ing, dry goods, groceries, etc. Maxey
is in charge and ^vill do you right.
Call and see him.
Four for the Prloo of Ono.
Wc have made arrangements to
furnish the patrons of THE DEMO
OORAT thc New York World three
times a week with THE DEMOCRAT
fot the low price of $1.05. Just
think of four papers every week for
this little sum. Can you alford to
lot this pass ? Begin at onco.
Unclaimed Letter?.
Letters addressed to tho follow
ing persons remain uncalled for
at the post?nico:
James Gerdirer, Charles Hamer
J. Li. King, Miss Mary McDaniel
Mrs. M. J. McManus, DW Smith
Mrs. Emma Thomas. Miss Annie
"Wilson, .)..!...* 13 .yo .1. ii. (..'.>}.
?i\)??> Kuos' Copea.
.:-... -
J J Ci )')av.idi
A Prise for ?iv Ho??
Tho State IVair Society mtvo
offered three special prizes for tho
heaviest hogs shown, at tho next
Pair-??30, $20 and ?10. Tho hogs
must not woigh less than 500
Sounds, and the weight over will
etermino tho promium. Thoro
is no limit as to age and overy
county should, try for theso pre
miums.
Died In Darlington.
Wo regret to learn from tho
Nows that Mrs. Ms Adams, nco
Woathorly, formerly of this
county, and wife of Mr. Jesse
Adams, who moved to Darling
ton two years ago, died in that
town on the 10th from heart fail
ure. Sho loaves a husband and
live children to mourn her sud
den death.
Dr. Carradlne Coming.
This notod evangelist has fixed
the 5th of April as tho dato for
tho commencement of his prom
ised mooting in our town, and tho
committee have secured tho va
cant lot on tho northeast comer
of tho public square for the tent.
Let all who feel an interest in tho
succoss of this meeting begin to
do a littlo "knee work" that it
may be owned and crowned with
success.
Ouro for Hoadaoho.
''AB a roracdy for all forms of noadaoho
Eolcotrio Bitters haa proved to bo tho vory
host. It effoot? a pormanont ouro and tho
moat dreaded habitual eiok hcadaohus
yiold to ita iufluonoo. Wo uigo all who
aro oQliotc? to procure a bot.Mo, and give
i.hi? remedy a 'fair ilia1. Jo oascn ol habit
nal constipation Kloctrio f) i (.tore on rca liv
kiviug tho. nn?dnd f..r<: t? ) ? illili
few caKOR long v??. iu, .Ito Uno 'if this niodi*
ohm. Try ?! once, Liirgo UOLIJCB only
500. at J, T. Douglas' drug Btoro. 2
Will Looate In Rook Hill.
Mr. W. C. McAlistor, of Tatum,
has finished the law course at the
University of North Carolina and
gassed tho examination bef oro tho
upromo Court at Raleigh. Ho
will locato in tho prosporous city
of Rock Hill and bocomo tho jun
ior momhor of tho firm of Mc
Dow and McAlistor. Ho is now
sponding a fow days at homo be
fore entoring upon tho work of
his. chosen profession. Claud is
a bright young man and we ex
pect to hoar from him in tho fu
ture.
Tho littlo daughothr of Mr. Fred Wob
ber, Holhnd, Masa., had a vory bad cold
and cough whloh ho had not hoon ablo to
ouro with anything. I gavo him a 25 cont
hottlo of Ohamhorlaiu'a Cough Romody,
says W. P. Hold on, morell ant and po? tm au
tor at West Brimfiold, and tho noxt
timo I Baw him ho said It worked Uko
O charm. Thia romody ia intended oapo
oially for aouto throat and lung dieoasoe
etioh aa oolda, oroup and whooping cough,
and ito famous ouro. Thoro ia no dangor
in giving lt to children for it contains notha
lng injurious. For salo at Jennings' Phar
maoy.
Mr, ti. H. Custon spout Sunday
in ?horaw with his mothor,
Our littlo Mond Claronco Mc
Gilvray is stoic, with mousier.
Miss Emma Easterling loft Sat
urday morning for Lumborton,
N. C, to spond somo timo.
Mr, B, F. Covington, of Brights
villo, was in town yostorday and
called to see us with smiles.
Capt. T. P. Stubbs, of Brights
vir<), was in town Friday and
dropped in to seo us with smiles,
Wo regrot to report that Mr.
Salem Rowe is suffering with a
sevoro cold and confined to his
room.
We aro pleased to report that
Capt. T. E. Dudley is able to bo
out again and attendod church
Sunday.
Little Daisoy, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ira Bounds, accidentally
burnod her loft hand vory badly
Sunday night.
Mrs. Rachel Ross, of Charlotte,
is spending some time with her
paronts, Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Wal
lace, of our town.
Mr. R. T. Draughon carno homo
Friday :juito sick from an attack
of pneumonia, but was able to ro
sumo his tour yostorday.
Miss Maud Hinson, of Tatum,
has boen sponding a fow days
with her cousins, Misses Anna
and Florence Draughon.
His Honor, Judge R. C. Watts,
is on his first visit to Marlboro
and so far has made a favorablo
impression on our people.
Deputy J. J. Pearson, who is on
special duty at Darlington clean
ing up blind tigers, spent Sunday
and Monday in Bonnottsvillo.
Messrs, A. C. Groen, Henry
Hubbard, D. N. Fowler, Simoon
Mooro, Fairley Bavrontino and J.
F. David are assisting the Sheriff
this week.
Mr. J. M. Woodloy, of Clio, at
tendod the Grand Council of
Royal and Select Masters in
Charleston last wook, and was
olocted Grand Conductor of Coun
cil,
Mrs. J. T. Poole, of Maxton,
accompanied by her noico, Miss
Lillian Crcach, of Four Oaks, N,
C., have been spending a few
days with their relative, Mr. R.
T. Draughon.
Miss May Emanuel, who has
been visiting relatives in Boston
and Westmedford, Mass., for
eight or nine months, lo the de
light of her many friends, has
returned home.
Miss Cornelia McIntyre, after
a most delightful visit to relatives
in Virginia, returned to hoi* fa
ther's cultured homo on Wednes
day last, accompanied by Master
Robert Charles McIntyre, Jr., Iiis
sister Agnes with their mother,
tho accomplished wife of Maj.
McIntyre, s?porintende?l of
Bel io j Classical and Military
Academy, Va.
L.ooluro Te-morro*.'; NIL?UL.
Owing to inclement weather the
lecture of the Af rican Prince Fu
mu Chechechi, which was billed
for last Thursday nighit will pos
itively take place to-morrow night
at McColl's Hall. An attractive
program has boen arranged and
the price is so low that eyerybody
can go. Tho exhibition and loct
uro is exclusively for tho whites.
Tickets, 15 and 25 cents, aro now
on salo at Jennings' Pharmacy.
The proceeds aro for mission
work in Africa.
At Hymen's Altar.
Tho wedding bells aro ringing
at Beauty Spot, and the young
folks have decorated tho church
for two grand events to take
place this week-ono to-night, the
marriage of Mr. Claronco Hub
bard, of Hebron, to Miss Mary
Heustess, tho lovely daughter of
Mr, Joseph B. Heustess, and tho
other to-morrow night, the happy
union of Mr. Reid Childross, of
Fountain Inn, Greonvilfo county,
and Miss Carrie May Cottingham.
Tino DEMOCRAT extends hearty
congratulations and bost.wishos.
Mavvoloua Itosulta
From a lottor writtou by Roy. J. Gun
derman, of Dimondalo, Mich,, wo oro per
mitted to moko this oxtraot: "I hove no
hesitation in recommending Br, Kingia
Now Discovery, as tho resulta wore almost
marvolous in tho enso of my wifo. Whilo
I was pastor of tho Baptist Church at
Itivca Junction flho wnB brought down
with Pneumonia succeeding La Grippo.
Torriblo paroxysms of coughing would
I,'rt houttj iv Uh little interruption mri >(
j rionmed aa it she ooiild not nun Iva thc ni,
i \ friend rooauuuondod Or, TC I ty/ ? I . i
piftcovory ? lt waa quick in ita work arid
highly uatiu?a?tory iu VOHU?U?," I rial bot
tles free at J, T. DongW drugBtoro. Regu
lar sizes 500. and $1 00. 1
Timo to Stop, Boye.
Wo regrot siheorily that wo aro
again called on to say a word
to tho thoughtless boys and young,
men of our town about bad be
havior in our churches, but thoy
soom to forgot that thoro is any
law to prevent it. Wo now warn
4hom that unless they do stoj) it
and at once tho next court will
find somo of thom indicted for
their thoughtless and wicked dis
regard for tho solomnity of God's
house, Wo hoard an official say
on Monday that tho grand jury
woro anxious to got .hold of somo
of thoso casos and make an ox
amplo of thom. Do, young mon
of Bonnottsvillo, stop boforo some
of you aro brought up in court.
It will ho your fault if it docs
happen, and wo warn you in timo.
Buoklen's Arnloa Salvo.
Tho boat Ualvo in tho world for oute,
bruiBOB, Boro?, uloora, Bait rheum, fovor
boros, totter, ohnppod hande, ohllbloine and
corn? and all Akin eruptions, and positively
ouros pilos, or no pay roquirod. lt ia guar
an tood to glvo port cot sati?f action, or mon
ey rof un dod. Prioo a$ oouts por box. For
salo at JonningV Pharmacy,
TO WN AND CO UNTY NH W8.
- Mr. A, J. Kowb has gardon
poas ready for tho sticks.
?-There was another heavy
wind storm last Thursday.
- Hurry up your gardens now
old wintor will soon bo gone.
- AU who make returns to tho
Auditor after to-morrow will pay
- Mr, S. C. Turner is making
some addition to his rosidonco on
Hudson street.
- Mr. L. Strauss has a fine lot
of choico family horses tor sale.
Call and seo thom. .
- Spanish peanuts for seed can
be obtained of P, O. Emanuel.
Don't wait too long.
- Our Methodist friends have
made some needed improvements
at and around tho parsonago,
- Mrs. S. J. Adamshas had the
largo oak, which was injured by
tho fire near tho hotel, taken up,
- If you want a good Piano
buy tho Mathushok, for sale by
Simon Strauss, for cash or timo.
- That blizzard Sunday night
was the biggest surprise of tho
season, and wo hope will be tho
last.
- One of Mr, W, P. Breeden's
teams run away ono day last week
and toro a buggy up for Mr. J. F.
Breedon.
- Hon. C. P. Townsend has
mado SODIO improvements in the
way of foncing around his resi
dence in town.
- Remember, tho Auditor is in
his office daily now to receivo your
returns and that after tho 20th a
penalty attaches.
- Wo aro glad to learn that
there-is another move on foot for
a cotton factory for Beunottsvillo.
Good. Botter lato than never.
?- A big crop of cotton carries
with it a largo crop of fore
closures and executions-an in
crease of businoss for tho sheriff.
- Mr. Milton Moore is foreman
of tho grand jury for 1890, to
whom complaints can be made of
matters going wrong iii tho coun
ty.
- If you want a good organ,
tho best made aro tho Mason &
Hamlin and tho Sterling Organ,
Simon Strauss solis them on the
best terms.
- Wo will send THE DEMOCRAT
ono year to any farmer in Marl
boro who will testify that the
"yaller" dog has kept him from
raising sheep,
- Tho farmers who plant a
heavy crop of cotton this year
will bo scratching their heads and
swearing about the scarcity of
money next fall.
- One or two couples from
town, we learn, attended a valen
tino pui'iy gi VA ii al tho elegant
lioiiv? of Mr. .'i. H HauVOto?i in
tri?1 ?iiboft?z'er ?cht?oh?last Friday
??0\?
- lt is rumored th at our young
friend B. D. Townsend will.soon
go on the road as a commercial
traveler, Bon will make a good
"roadster" and wo wish him much
success.
- We are glad to announce
that Mrs. L. Logg, who unfortu
nately lost everything by tho re
cent fire, will bo ready for busi
ness on March Gth in Capt. P. L.
Breeden's now brick building next
to tho postofllce.
- The social event of last week
was tho masquerade ball given at
tho elegant and hospitable home
of Col. Knox Livingston last Fri
day night. It was an ovont of
inoro than usual enjoyment and
will leave au evergreen spot in
many a young man and maiden's
memory.
- When tho Waterbury Watch
Company stopped manufacturing
theil* old stylo watch, tho fiood
gates of cheap Swiss factories
wore opened, and poorly mado,
vory unreliable watches were
forced on tho markot iii place of
tho very accurate Watorbury
which had but the one fault-its
long wind. Tho Watorbury Com
pany were appealod to for some
thing good and cheap in tho quick
wind series; Tho result is tho
new "Trump" watch, which sells
at 92.60. Call on H. W. Carroll
and see this new watch
- Tho trial of about oight or
ton colored boys and mon last
Thursday in tho Mayor's court for
cu1:-' and shooting at ? festival,
or social onti'Huiimwnt. ' as ojio
of the tHl Aosso.s styled it? hi vyoft
hSeonei \)M?^0ti Tuesday ?iight
wits a rogid?r in Cc ir tidal and (he
most ridiculous one we ever at
tended. Tho Holy Word of God
was as irreverently handled as if
it had boon an old bluo back
spelling book. If thoy aro allow
ed to curso and shoot thoir pistols
in town, they should not bo allow
ed to handle this sacred volume
so irreverently. The trial was
continued and will bo taken up at
some future time.
- Thoro has boen complaint
af tor complaint made about the
bad behavior in town and yot it
does not stop. What is the mat
ter with our Council that they do
not took into tho matter and either
seo that tho laws are rigidly and
in every instance enforced, or else
repeal thom and turn tho town
over to tho evil-doors and profane
swoars and have no government ?
Good government is not a result
simply of good laws. Good gov
ornmont is tho result of tho * 'on
forcoment" of good law, and un
less wo "enforco" justly, impar
tially and indiscriminately our
town laws wo will havo no gov
ernment, and tho free and pro
miscuous uso of firearms, vulgar
language and bitter cursos as has
hoon rocontly hoard and allowed
will continue. Councilmen, wake
up and do your duty.
Poath'u Do!i.?fi.
Bled nt his home in Blown*
ville on Friday last after :>. .
hours illness Mr. ll. Wi-Huy?*
Hewus a valued citizen ami will
be missed. Ho was one of thu
Petit Jurors drawn for tlu pres
ent term of Court.
Religious Notos.
llev. E. 0. Bailey, who hus
been serving the Pr?sbyt?tO,?.vn
ohuroh of our town some mondia
as a supply, tendered hif resig
nation some two weeks ugo and
on Sunday night rireached hi?
farewell sermon. A large con
gregation turned out and many
regrets were heard that ht- liad
determined to leave ny. Ho goes
to Timmonsville, Florence conn
ty, and carnes with him l.ho
best wishes of all who mad. ! . .
acquaintance while here.
Plano to be Olvan Away.
Tho publtehora of TUB HAPPY MOM G will
givo nu elegant Ano toned Upright 3'iuno,
j valued at $350.00, abBolutoly f roo to tho
l p?r?oa souding thom tho largest list, of
words constructed from tho lott ora contained
.in tho namo of their well known puUka
ttou,
"TnB HArrx HOME."
Additional prosonts, couslatiug of ole,
?Gold WatohoH, Silvor Watohes, Sowing Mtv
oliino, Muslo Box, Silk Dresses, Chink
Dinner Bot, and many valuable and - ?it*)
artlolos, will also bo awnrdod in ord01 fi
merit, and evory porson Bonding not lisien
than ton words will vocciyo n present ol'
value Uso olthor plural or siugulnr vvbrdu,
but not both, and no lotter moro times bliftn
lt appear* in tho text, "Tiik HAPPY IIOMK."
Tlds 1B a popular plan of introducing. inU'
now homos this popular publication, wbioli
has in itu tinco yearn' oxlstenco received rt
happy wolcoino in many thousand boni?
AB tho objeofc in giving away theso vam
nblo presorts ?H to introduco and att ut
attention to Tine HAPPY HOMH, which i
a banduomoly illustrated monthly publi
tlon dovotod to Literature, Fashion, Stories
and Art, ovory list of words must bo nc
companied with throo two-oont etampa
couts) for a trial copy of this favorito homo
journal containing full particulars, list ol'
prosonto, and rules regarding content. You
may re?oive a valuablo reward for your
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Dearborn Stroot, Obioago, 111.
FEBRUARY TERM OF COURT.
The February term of Court con
vened on Monday, His Honor J< ' .
B.C. Watts presiding. In the absence
o? Solicitor Johnson, who is attend ?Pit
tho Legislature, H. H. Newton, Esq ,
took his place. Tho Grand Jury iv erl
promptly in placo, oud after a el ea)
and forcible charge from his Honor
wont to work with a will to hurry lui
siness. with M. A. J. Moore us for mon
A number of billa were thrown bul
and only thoso of a serious chaiuctci
received attention, thus saving nwu\\
doll nra to tho county.
The noted Wallaco Bullard CO??
was lakon up Monday and oct. pied
tho court nniil Tuesday nlte-'rw.oi
whet) it Waa given to tho jui'y'j wljo
in ?hon tiind rehi^hed wiib ii voi-'ic"
?of g?ilty. iii;; Honor inipopoAl ti iiui
ol ^ji 1,01)0 or u y euro in poimontiury
His counsel, Mr. T. I Rogers, gave
notice of appeal and asked for bail,
which was grained in the sum of $2000
Tho famous Odoin-Tcrrel case was
next taken up, and will likely consume
the rest of the week.
Tho following is tho presentment
of tho Grand Jury niado Tuesday af
noon :
: To TUE HON. R. 0. WATTS,
PllBBIOINO J una ic :
The grand jury beg leavo to submit
their final report for tho torin of said
Court :
1. They havo examined tho Jail
and find it neatly kep'; the prisonors
larc well fed aud properly clothed and
all fuel necessary for their comfort
I provided. lu view of the fact that an
Act to allow tho citizens of the county
to vote on the question of building a
new Jail is now before tho General
Assembly, tho Grand Jurors refrain
from making any suggestions for (he
I improvement of tho present building,
i TI103' have also examined tho Court
i Houso and find thorc nie leaks in tho
roof and recommend that tho same bo
immediately repaired. They rccom-i
mend that two squaro top tables bo
furnished tor tho uso of tho Court
Stenoginpher.
2 They desire to cnll tho attention
of tho County Supervisor to tho ne
cessity for footways for tho uso of pe
destrians nt nil places where stroams
liable to overflow cross tho county
roads, and recommend that such afoot
way bo immediately provided nt Cot
thigham Creek bridge, 011 tho road to
Hebron.
8. They d?sir? to cnll tho fittontion
of the propor 'olncere tn ?ho fact thal
in many scetibpn of the cou ii ly thc
publie fdi.dH are not <ii tho proper
wi lill iig to (ho filet that adjoininj?
owners piow into thu roads.
4. '1 hey havo appointed Messrs.
M. A. J. Moore, J. M. Jackson and
II. IC. Covington a committee to ex
amine thc hooks and offices of thc
county ofllcefs and the bonds of said
officers and roport to iheir body at the
next lerm of tho Court
5. They havo appointed Messrs W
B. Drako, C. B Rogers and Jas. A.
McDaniel a committeo to examine in
to and report at tho next term of thc
Court on tho condition of county pool
houso and farm.
G. They desiro to moko tho follow
ing presontmont for crime: (1) Allen
Ratliff and Honry Ratliff for Arson,
in huming the dwelling houso of Wm,
Smith on Novembor 18th 1895. (2)?
Geo. W. Hopkins, J. Jj, White and
Charles Mnrtnitison for maintaining v
public nuisance in erecting a (lam
across Muddy crook . in Brownsville
Township, below tho old Rogers mill.
Respectfully summitted,
M. A. J. Momo, Foreman.
Our people aro growlm? moro and mon
In tho habit of looking to-*
for tho latent and'best of ovory thing in tin
drug lino. They Boll Ohumborlaln's Congi
Remedy, famous for its euroa of bad colds
oroup and whooping cough. When In uoct
Of nu oh a medicino glvo thia remedy 1
trial and you will bo moro than ploo80<
with tho romilt. For Bale ab Jonnlnga
Pharmacy,
Proa by ?r> ftjfit?j Cfo uf?/?.
'Clio notion o? tho congregational
tn Ming hold {touching tho resignation
Ol' ii? v. Mr. t? ailey le embodied hi tho
follow \i)?i communication :
B'un.'.nsvit?e, 8. C., Fob. ll, 1890.
Kev )?, 0. Bailey,
JJi J>i other i At a coug?egotfoun?
me? lng held ID the Presbyterian church
thl?- i. 'tho following motion was
[)M??;? u nun imbu ely s
iiu\( Mr. Bailoy bo requested to
wi luttra vj his resignation, and to . fill
out M. : unexpired time as our supply.
'.fha''a Jommittoo consisting of tho
ofiV<?j?a tho church be appointed to
c (M? itoieato to Mr. Bailey the desire j
of Uv congregation.'*
'''. dating.that you may see your way
oUs.u' to accedo to our request, we are,
X- ratorually yours,
\f; V ?rKNNiNas> Ruliug Elder,
T.J?. DuoLisf, Ruling Elder,
i )oi)??i.As JiiNN^as, Doaoou,
T, J iASdN, Deacon,
pviV'U'u ly'.exhausted lip. .
, ;-'order".''Katijust b<U?
pla..- .by ?? noted Gei'tasvu firm of
PI. : initlfi/rs %Uh a California l?uv.
box Ciimpixtiy for a largo quantity of ?
(lucia uood, which ls found to, bo
tho tiefc.t wow now available fol* p^n>.
olh-. j " . . aquolais thq big trco of
0vlTjoyiwA. It seomB .too bad that
Lim " .vid old giants should bb sab
l, and ospoolally that their ond.
?houid bc iad*p0ncll shavings.
"W -in in ?oubt, Ask."
v utan Whoro does this road go
to? ?j ; . j.;- - $
)'.'.)>, ?v11 bu't go nowhere. Itstays
j i. wi' .:. .?tis..
W,i ?)a- Well, then, whero wlfl 16
i?: ino to?
1 If. won*t take you at oil.
." o to go yourself.
I W..D . ^You're- rather fresh thi?
o d j. a' nln't you?
Boj No moro fresh nor you bo
atopmi ' intel on tho way to tho bank!
W\ (ban -Bank?
lt, .- -V e.j . mud bank, emartyl
(EJ'A, humming: "My Swoot
heai' 's tho- Man In tho Moon.")
Li ie.
Mt IV Wjhiyj ox-poBtmaster, Blaok Crook,
H. s'r-. vvaii '.ndly allllctod with akouinatiem
that '?. ? .vu', only nblo to hobblo nrouud
vltli ci\if: . ind oven then it oauBod bira
..i. : I i?. Aftsr using Chamberlain's
Pt in !M lt? wa? go muob improved that
h.- ?'i tt i.way bia ouues. Ho Bays this
liniTOfjl did bim moro good than all othor
. ; -lu /n % nod tiootmont put togcthor. For
salo 'I ;;b oonts por bottle at Jennings*
I'bur Jv v.
\ fi.tVu,. wrrdo an editor for iustruo
ti .i^how to slop hie hoy from smok
'-r:, ?i:nl ;jo(. tho''f.dlov. in;r
. * i - * n i su.^x.'st. brineryi periu*?
ruction tvir^KhUtting dfi' his hh
..vi. ..-o. 1 neb if he rerchhis .list?n
ii ii ii pin Kit 16' bri ro.wl?ido^ VVf?lfc him
anti) ha is ready lo hold up his hands
mid promiso never again lo smoke
another cigarette. If that does not
work, drown him. A drowned boy is
bettor than ono that smokes cigarettes
Tho ,Sli alco tn have made a discovery whtob
io desjinod to accomplish muob good. Real
izing that three -fourths of all our sufferings |
ut ino from stomach troubles, that tho coun
try is ?torolly filled with pcoplo who oannoc
eat und digest food, without subsequently
suffering pain and distreso.'and that many
aro Btijrvlng, wasting to mero skeletons, bo
causo their food docs thom no good, thoy
havo dovoled much study and thought 'to
tho subject, and tho result io this discovery,
of thtir. Digestivo Cordial.
A llttlo book con bo obtainod from youri
druggist that will point out tho way of
relief nt onco. An investigation will cost |
nothing and will result in muob good.
Children all bato to take Castor Oil, but |
not LAXOL, which ls palatablo.
Tho State of South Carolina,
County of Marlboro,
?h IN COURT COMMON PLEAS.
Ex. Parte, Harriett Ann Brigman in
her otan right, and on behalf ot Lillie P.
Brigman, Corrie L. Brigman, Minnie
Brigman, Josie M. Brigman, Edgar
Brigman, Arthur Brigman, Nettie Brig
man and Curtis Brigman, her inlant
children, who reside with her, in the
matter of the estate of Curtis Brigman,
deceased, petitioner :
Whereas, Harriet Ann Brigman in
her own right and on behalt of lier chil
dren above named, who are inlants and
who reside with her, has filed wlih me
as Clerk ol the Court her petition to have
a Homestead set apart to them out ol
the Jand of said Curtis Brigman, and
also- tho personal property ol n? i deceas
c i .......ml >' itjlffi Brigman, the lather
of said Inlant children, sj?t ap?i-HVd
exempted loi -Hie b'.fi.! t of sahl widow
and nunor child?<iti >". jiccbydaucc with
law in ii'ocii c ni -o m rule and provided
which said petition is on file in my office.
Notice is hereby given unto all whom
it may concern, that after the publication
ol this notice tor lour weeks, as by iaw
provided, I will proceed to appoint ap
praisers to appraise to appraise and set
off said Homestead out ol the lands ol
said Curtis Brigman, and set off and
exempt the said personal property in ac?
cordancc with thc statutes in such case
made and provided, Witness my hand
this 17th day ol February A. D. 1895.
J. A. DRAKE, C. C. P,
roil SALE- Wo tho undersigned
trustoen of Bonnottovlllo Lodgo, No. 257,
Independent Order of Good Templara will
noll to tho highest blddor on tho 13th day
of March, 1896, ab tho Orango S toro ono
Organ, Two Dozon Chairs and One Lamp,
tho property of tho aforesaid Lodgo.
Jon? S, M00RR,
MILTON MCLAURIN,
Trustees,
February 17, 1896,
Special Drivos nt R?wo Hros.
Bopt Patent FI6ur,
Salt at 60 conto a Back.
Stoves only $8.60.
Tho Greatest Lino of Shoos.
Carnot8 and Rugs.
Clothing 20 per cont ohoapor.
Best coffee only 20 couts.
BcBt Tobncoo only 26o por pound.
Pistols, Guns, Cartridges, Bloyole
ropairs, &o,
AN ORDINANCE
To Provobt tho Burial of Dond, Rodie
within tho Oornomlo Limit? of tho Towt
ot Bonnotteylllo,
Bo lt ordained by tho Mayor and Aldor
mon of tho town of Bonuotteavlllo hi oouiv
oil riesomblod'nnd by authority of tho Hamo
Seo., i. That from nnd after thia dat<
lt ?hall bo unlawful foi' nuy pornou to burj
doad bod|oa la any of tho church yarda o?
other plnocB within tho corpornto limita ol
tho town of Bonuottavlllo, excopt and pavo
in oatabllahod oomototloB,
Soo, 2. That any person violating thia
ordinance upon conviction ahnll bo fluod not
moro than ono hundred dollars or impria
onod not; nioro tbau thirty dayn at dtsoro
tion of Council or Mayor hoaring tho onso.
Dono and ratified in Cou noll thin 4th day
of Dooorabor A. D, 189s'.
?, S. MoOALL, Mayor.
Attest i
MILTON MOLAUWN, Town dork.
Jfl
BUY your Garden Soed In bulk mid
Bavo from 2? tb 40 ot? ou ovory Dolj
lat's worth you bay. V ^!
' I will,guarantee Vf, Atico Burp??'s
eocd trn,oi puro, and of high gormi
; Mating power'. . ;
vf :':>
;'k;?.u>:^ I.V:?uW, OJ;/, f uv'.-: fitftil
tiottviy. Ybt'by tWjA?, &<... AtvftyA
JENNINGS PHARMACY,
DOUGLAS JENNINGS, Trop.
ltoglatorod.PhnrmaolBt
- Fobru.nry 19, 1895.
S?1S Of HOOD
TIMES HAS COME.
And I havo a nico lino of
BUGGIES, WAGONS AND HARNESS
now on hand. I will also koop n oolcot lot of
'QK?UI.?TC'
: mm
WO
tn (?tock for salo nb tho boat prlooa. Don't
buy until you BOO mo,
Thanking roy frlonda for pnab patronago,
they will find mo nt tho now brick atablen
near tho poatoffloo and up ? to-dnto on priooa
for anything in ray lino.,
Bespeotfully,
W. P. BREEDEN.
Sept ember 18; 1895.
MORE EYEGLASSES,
MITCHELL'S
mmmMmk
A ?Othhl yr.f? and Elkollve lien.cly far
S?fi?.Wi-Maiii?INFi.AMli?Si?B,
I.'rottuvi?ir M?oviff'8f(rhtii(inQ?%.'t? ?tul
itx'*toi\i\fj tho slant <JJ' the ??u.
Caroo Tear Drops, Granulation, Styo
Tumors, Rod Eyes, M at tod Eye Lashes,
AND PnODUOINQ QUICK RELIE?
AND PERMANENT CURB.
Also, cannily, efllcnclons when nanci fa
other maladies, such UM Vicers, Fever
Sores, Tumors, ?nit ltlicum. Murna,
ft'lles, or wherever liiffoiiiincllon exist?.
BIITOU ELL'S SALVE moy bo unv.il to
ntlvantago.
SOLD BY ALI. DRUQQISTS AT 25 CENTS.
Now You Can Build.
TT AM now prepared to supply lumber
? of any kind from th? best Virgin pine
and at living prices. My Mill is located
on tho Hunt'? Bluff and Clio Hoad, 7
milos south of, Bcnocttsvillo. Ordor*
filled on ?hort noiicn Sc me before buy
ing. Post ofllco Rod Hill.
II. T. EDENS.
April Oth 1895
WE aro in position to Bemire lonna of
money ou improved fur m lauds in Marlboro
county on caey termp.
Address or cali on
WOODS & MAOFARLAND,
Darlington, S. 0.
January 21, 1896.-'im,
R. L. FREEMAN,
Surveyor and Civil JQnginecr,
I
BENNETTSVIUE, - - S. C.
December 24, 1895.
DB.T. W. BOUCHIER,
I3ofifiett?villoi ?. C.
Off ce in TV Ti. McCloll's now
TOS? ?)t?l?ing, Op-ytm.-.-.. v?m n?de
Oiljco hours (Vom 9 S m., to ll p? m.
NOTICE I
hereby given that tho
.own CouncU ?t Won
nottavillo will rocoivo bida to tako up and
romovo tho burned oaks on tho aldowalka
on tho publlo nquaro oauscd by tho rocont
Bro. Bids will bo roooivod until tho 10th
of Fobruary, 1896.
MILTON MCLAURIN, Town Olork.
January 30, 1896.
A IV ARN IN G NOTICE.
AU porsons aro hornby warned not to
troepasa by laming or othorwieo on any
landa bolonging to oithor of tho undersigned.
Tho law will bo onforced against all-who
violnto this notice
OKORO ic OaOSLAND,
Timoor CROSLAND,
CnAKLES CROSLAND,
January 31, 1896.
TOWNSEND & HAMER,
Attornoys at Law,
BENNETTSVILLB, S. ?.
(t?r* Oflloo ovor R?wo Bro3., loft sido.
YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND il
full lino of SHOES at P. A. MoKBI
DAR'S.
A NICE LINK OP STAPLE I>?t J
i\ GOODS and NOTIONS at P. A. Mo
KBLLAR'S.
BE SURE AND SEE MY SHOE*
before you buy. p, A. MCKELLAR.
X.XKJE A PHW&XX\twtti tho ashes, with pin
ions roplumed and^t??i^j^ti^th up again
and-.soaring.-'. So if YOU \? ant.
?LT HOOK BOTTOM PHZC&S,
call to seo mo 'loar tho Bank imdor tho Town Hall.
.B?nnottsvillo, S. C., February 10, 1806.
SST;
to
Vi ;v> W i~>. )J -, V K.J L'y ?LJfe
AT BOTTOM PRICES.
UW" It will pay you to soo me befor? you buy
v your goods in this line.
'ATS
. ATS
ATS
ATS
. I have a well assorted St?elc .of-HalB from* 20
cents to $3.00, and I am stire that 1 can suit you.
with f\ nico Hat for a little money.
I have a complete lino which I bought beforo
tho rise and can sell them to you cheap. Conio
and se? me boforo you buy your shoes.
I have a nico stock ol Trunks to be sold at-ll),^
tom prices,' and if you wilt soc mo before you buy
I can save you some money on a trunk.
. My lino is completo from 10 couts to 75. *
You ca a ?..l\vuys !?)() n Full Lineal bottom prices.
Thanking you for your patronage in tho past
2?? and hoping for a continuance of tho same, I am, &x
YOURS RESPECTFULLY,
9
Cornel' Stoic Umlcr McColl'fl OSnll.
BE1JT. 27, 180?.
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THE WORLD,
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tonn'? flo AVIthnut It This P'Mldutlal Y***
T1IB?EH01NB THOMPSON'S
GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS. You can
only got thom nt Strauna', Wo lmvo thom
In all ??/.OH : Young Lndloa at y$ conto,
Lndloa It & H. nb $1.00, Nnqring $1.00,
Abdominal $1.50, H. $1.75, n?a?k R. & ll.
$i.oo. If you liavo novor tried tho Glovo
Fitting got ono,
SIMON STJRAUSS,
Novombor 15, 1895.
A
FULL LINE OF PANTS
CLOTH at P. A. MoKELLAXVH,
di? Q AA OAm for a used OOLTJM*
?pO?UU WA? $1.00 stamp.- 0.18.
KLAPP, St. Taris, Ohio,
J.
ANNUAL RETURNS OF PROPERTY.
COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE, J
BennotUylllo,. S. 0., November 27, 1895, $ r?
HUjOTICE ie hereby giVon that this 0OI00
gNy will bo open from tho first doy of Jan
uary to tho 20th doy of February, . 1896,
for tho purposo of rcoofving tim returns of
tho taxpayers of Marlboro county.
All persons having proporty in tholr poa*
ficeuiou as owner or holdor, or ns husband,
paront, guardian, trust?o, administrator,
accounting oflloor, ngont, attorney or factor
on tho ist doy of January 1896, aro required
to list samo for taxation within tho Mino
required by law, or inour tho penalty of 50
per cont, which attaches in fniluro to db so.
Tho poll tax of ooo dollar is laid up'on al}
malo portions botweon tho ages of 21 and
50 years, except porsonB who aro maimed
and unablo to carn a support.
Tho Auditor or an assistant will attendu
at tho following places in tho county on, //
tho days nnmed for tho couvonJcnco of tho
publio : .
Hod Hill, Monday, January 20th, 1896
Brownsville, Tuesday, January 2lsb, 1896
Hobrou, Wednesday, January 22d, 1896 ,
Olio, Tlmrsdny, January 23d, .1.896.
lied llhtl)'. I'Mihiv, January ?tytb, i.v'-o<>. .
Tatum, fruturday, January ?5th? ?896
Nowr-mv:!'.. |IMiv?da'y| J?naa?y 28th, ?Soo
iSriphiavilli),W?dunVy,'Jauniuy .'o*!', i$$ .
0,uick'tt Stove, 'ihui-.sduy, Ja?i^aiy joth, i?>90..t.
Smithville, Grant's Mill, Friday Jun. 31,1896
Tho oilleo in Bonnottavillo will bo opon
during tho Mme prescribed by law,, from
January rs. 0 Fobruary 20th 1896, whOro
parties in Bonnottsvillo and th ono'who fail
to return at tho never ni appolntmOntfl mado
can bo accommodated.
J. 0; CAMPBELL,
. Auditor Marlboro County,
1/1
WOOD OR SUTH WOE.
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY.
.-?--;1 ? ?-j-1
I havo opened a'Uonornl Ropalr Shop afc
tho Sampson stand and am proparod to do
all kind of
WOOD OR IRON WORK.
Buggios, Wagons, Carts, oto., repaired ad
Bhorl notioo. I mako Horscuhoolng a >pc?
nial ty and guarantoo satisfaction.
fc> All I ask is a trial.
I H, L STEWARD,
SAMl'SON OLD STAND,
Soptombor 24, 1895.
JOV WIM- AWAYS FIND A
. X f?lUno o? ORO CERI HS ot tho boab
kind at P. A. MoKELLAR'S,

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