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S. A. BltOWir - - - Editor.
Friday, August 7, 1903,
Snbaerlptlon Priori
Oue year..;. \,.. ....$1.00
Six months ?.?. .60
Three months., .25
* -. ? ""-~"-~
A. B. Calvert has been eleoted
Mayor] of Sp?rtanburg.
Earthquake shocks were ielfc
all over California Monday.
"Doc" J. M. Caldwell, who for
nearly .20 years has been head
clerk at the Central Hotel at Flor
enco, is dead!
Judge Gary has rendered his
decision in the Alliance case and
orders; tho appointment of a ro
colver:to take charge of the $17,000
ot Alliance funds.
Cardinal Guiseppo Sarto was
eleoted as Pope Deo's successor
on Luesday at Tuesday at ll
o'clock. He is 63 years of age
and an Italian.
Florence is enforcing tho va
grant law and every loafer with
out visible means of support ?B
"pulled" right and left by the
police and carried before tho May
or. If overy community would do
this we would hear less of robber
ies aud violations of the peace.
Mr. John W. LeGrand of Rock
ingham "Will Practice Law in
[Anglo Saxon, Rockingham, July 30 ]
We regret to chronicle the
departure from our midst of
Mr. and Mrs. John W. LeGrand
They left Monday to go to the
homo of Mrs. LeGrand's parents
at Brightsvillo in Marlboro coun
ty, S. C. They expect to spend
a few weeks with Mrs. Le
Grand's parents after which
they will" remove to Bennetts
ville, where Mr. LeGrand will
engage in the practice of law.
Mr. LeGraud is a native of
this country. He was licensed
to practice law in 1900, and the
past three years has engaged in
the practice here in Rocking
ham. ' During that time lie has
taken a prominent stand at the
bar in the county, and has won
for himself many friends. He
was married last October to
Miss Mary Elizabeth Liles, the
accomplished "daughter of Mr.
'Jilt. Liles, of Br' " ts vi Ho, Si G.
We extend, co ir departing
fvitiji'l? our best jhes.
y??. LiCi.ni?, i.-.i Vv.'ii io
nolis. i(lo? Saturday a??J. engaged
rooms for tue present at Mr? Tur
ner's. The DEMOCRAT extends a
hearty welcome.
. oe-a
Wanted-A Purchaser.
For a fine featherbed-40 or
no lbs.
For an excellent New Home
Sewing Machine.
Foi' an easy, clean, pnying
Reasons for selling party de
sires a change. If you want to
go into a paying business call
at the Democrat Office and get
Tho S. C. State Fair.
The premium list for the next
State Fair has been issued. It
oilers many attractive and valu
able prizes. Send to A.W. Love
Chester, for a copy. It is not
too early to begin preparations
to send enough exhibits to cap
ture Marlboro's share of prizes
offered this year.
One fact should make many
new exhibitors for the next Fair
-the Society pays the freight
on all exhibits grown or produ
ced in this State, thus enabling
exhibits to be sent to and re
turned from the fair without
cost to the exhibitor.
A certain pupil of the public
schools was recently asked to
write an essay on the human body
and this was the result:
"The human body consists of
thu hoad, thorax, abdomen and
legs. Tho hoad contains the
brains in caso there aro any. Tho
thorax contains tho heart and
lunga, aldo the liver and lights.
Tbs auiibmen contains tho bowels,
of which there aro five-a, e, i, o,
u, and somotimcs w and y. The
legs extend from thc abdomen to
tho floor, and have hinges at the
top and middle to ennble a fellow
to sit when standing or to stand
when sitting."-Albany Journal.
M. J. Finnegan of our city
had a friend by the name of
Frank L. Damm who rosides
near Senator. When Mr. Damm
heard of Mr. Finnegan's mar
riage not long ago he wrote him
a lettsr of congratulation and
added: "Please accept the con
gratulations of the whole Daram
family."-Lacon (111) Home
According to an exchange, the
man who .went out to milk and
sat on a rock in the middle of
the pasture and waited for the
cow to back lip, was a brother
to a man, who kept store and
wouldn't advertise because he
reasoned that the purchasing
public would back up to his
place of business when it want
ed something.
What Was Seen and Heard by a
.The meeting at Antioch church
closed Friday afternoon amid the
shouts of now-born souls and gene
ral rejoicing of the people of God
from the various churches around.
It did seem a pity that the meeting
should close juBt at that time with
the altar crowded vith penitents and
souls being saved every day, but tho
meeting at Boy kin WOB to commence
on Sunday and preacher and people
needed a day's rest. We predict a
great and glorious meeting at Boy
kin thiB week, for Brightsville cir
cuit has a preacher worthy of his
calling, and the people ot the charge
should feel truly grateful to the S.
C. conference for keeping them sup
plied with such preachers as Rove.
Baker and Shuler, for they are wor
thy of as good preachers as the con
ference affords-a generous, kind
hearted people, that believe in reli
gion and a plenty to eat-ever ready
to stand by their pastor through
evil as well as good report, as has
been demonstrated in the past. Rev.
Shuler was assisted at Antioch by
RevB. Ariail, Parry, Peele and Mo
The crops in Brightsville section
are very good, especially corn, and
the cotton, though somewhat late,
will compare favorably with . -at
year, and with the present rain, I
think there will be an extra good
crop if nothing happens to it from
now on. The farmers seem to be
in fine spirit and everything points
to prosperty.
New buildings are going up in
every direction, and all business
seems to be thriving, and a general
good time seems to be coming to
those who continue to labor and to
wait. Friends, continue to lift up
your eyes and look to the hills from
whence cometh all our help.
Aug. 3,1903. B. F. B.
Married in this town on Friday
evening last by Rev. A. B. Watson
of the Methodist church, Mr. Thoa
Moore, the popular young sales
man at C. B. Crosladd'a and Miss
Martha Goodwin, the pretty and
accomplished daughter of E. W.
Goodwin of Brightsville. The
DEMOCRAT extends hearty ccngratu
Marri ed in thia town Wednesday
morning August 5, 1903, at 7.30
o'clock, at the residence of the bride
on King street, by Rev. R. Ford of
the Baptist church, Mr. JOHN J.
eldest daughter bf Mr. and .Sir?- J.
Th? ..... ijr?ct?ng pcrties ,sre loo
?re?! Kiiowii for ii svora ot introduc
tion, and ibo happy coiusuraatioii bf
a long courtship is a source of moBt
hearty congratulation by the many
friends of both in and out of Ben
nettsville. Indeed, it was a clever
surprise to all, as no invitations
were issued, and only the closest
friends were let into the secret and
were present at the marriage.
The happy couple left Weduesday
morning on the 8.30 train for Mt.
Airy where they will spend their
honey moon.
A goodly number of friends pre
ceded them to the depot and tied an
old shoe at each end of thc coach,
and as the bride and groom ap
proached the train showered them
with rice.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs
H. W. Caraoll, will hear with re
gret of their sad bereavement in the
death of their infant babe Dorithy
Davenport, on Wednesday after
noon, after a long illness, aged about
2 years. Tho funeral services were
held at Oak Ridge cemetery Thurs
day afternoon at 5 o'clock.
* *
Died at her home in Brightsville
on Tuesday afternoon, August 4th,
1903, after a protracted illness Mrs
Jackson Stubbs, aged about 85. ,-?,
She was a sister of the latevArthur
Bright and grand-daugter of Chas.
Bright the founder of Brightsville.
She leaves a devoted husband and
a host of relatives. Thc remains
were laid to rest in the family bury
ing-ground Woduesday afternoon.
"Weep not that her toils are over,
Weep not that her race is run :
God grant wc rest as calmly
\VhC2 our wo? fc like hers ia dono I
* *
Died at her homo in Clio on
Saturday afternoon after a pro
tracted illness. Mra. Viola Ivey,
beloved wife of Mr. L. L. Ivey.
She loaves a devoted husband and
five small child ran. Tho funeral
sorvices were held at the Quick
graveyard Sunday morning con
ducted by Rev. Welcome Quick.
A lot of men take vacation in
ordar that they may experience
the delight of getting back to
work again.
. The wise merchant does not
depend upon selling people
what they need. He strives to
make people believe they need
what he has to sell.
Wanted I
2OOO Lightwood
Posts-0 feet loug from trees
not boxed.
rte South Carolina College.
Tho' South Carolina College in round
off out the flrst century of Its existence
inj will celebrate Ita centennial In Jan
uary, 1905. The College was-chartered
II 1801 and. opened for active work rn
january, 1805. It owes Its existence to
? patriotic purpose, the education of
til thc youth of the State nt a common
-cuter, "in order to promote tho in
struction, thc good order and the har
nouy of the whole community," und it
?voa built from a portion of thc pro
c?da of a reimbursement made.by the
United Stutts to South Om ulina for ex
penefra Incurred lu the Revolution. Dur
ing the century that is closing the Col
lege ho* contributed largely to tba
.uucsmanship, the patriotism, tho
earning and the. high morel standards
that have prevailed in South CRrulina
?nd ber sister Staten. Tho roll of Col
lege Alumni contains the names of men
who have, become noted In ail the pur
suits of life, both in peace and war.
Thc exigencies of the struggle between
tb? States closed t*e college In 180?
and the buildings were used aa hospi
tal* for sick and wounded Confederates.
Out as soon aa peace was restored the
iBstltatlon was reopened by tba "Orr
government" and enjoyed several years
of success unttl lt was overturned dur
ing th? Radical regime. Since 1880, bow
aver, the college hon been continuously
open, and bas educated hundreds of
young men and a number af young
women, who for some years have been
permitted to partake of Ita advantages.
Originally the College was known as
a literary institution, although -from
?arly tunes Its faculty contained scien
tists of great ability, but of late years
Its courses have broadened out so as
to embrace aloo technical aclenUflc inr
.traction, Inst ruction tc law and a
csurse in practical methods for teach
President Benjamin Sloan, the head
Sf tbs Department of- Physics and En
gineering, la a graduate of West Point,
end was a distinguished oQcer of o*d
aaace during tbe war between the
States. Ilia graduates lo engineering
are noir occupying most responsible
sod tiona lo diff?rent pavia cf the Doited
States. Professor Joseph Daniel Pope,
?Veau of the La? Department, boa trna
?rids ssnorleoce In government In tba,
isfffsaaUve ball? of tba State and tn tba
SeesssJon Convention, and is recognized
as high authority In law and tn equity
jurisprudence. Some of the other mem
bers of tb? faculty have had dis
tinguished careers in thia College, while
others have brought to lt the beat
methods of colleges and universities
Thc ratest rc<a?nt and most important
addition that nos been made to tho
usefulness of thc College is the estab
lishment of scholarships to be given to
one man-teacher in each county who
Uns taught at least one year. This is
intended to ofter the advantages of pro
fessional training to ono who has al
ready gathered practical experience in
ll? cet contact with pupils in the school
reojo? and ?eullzes the difllculties that
? noKI he nin-mniinted. Professor Wnrd
.\w, who ls. at tho: head of the depart
ment in pedagogy, ia eminent tn his
profession both us a student and os a
practical teacher and school superin
The College ?9 siluntcd at thc capital
>f thc State and alfords to the student
ipportunlty for studying the workings
>( thc govcrnm. ul lu a direct way. It
acer a--.ii.iu ficto all f.ai ts of thc- State i
<nd lt; lu a healthful locality. Thc re
' tl iou? adv.intufics ure exceptional be
.uisc eec!: cf thc pitta, ?pal denoinlnn
ioiis luis t. prcsperous congregation In '
'oliimMu. Expenses aro moderate.
' ?:? l? ii selie ol' tbrea tooma for each
>ii- iif siu-ii nin, v.aiiTJ in winier and
.vii Vi alii.. l:;d iii summer. A laige
? i. i'n:- jry:itiia-lMin an?! nu ex
l?'en.l nilli, ti?: ??i-M afluid nm pie op
.I ; j nlty roc exercise1.
: I,.; Co:.:.!-:?- !* luci easing lu-useful
it and Ul pVosjvlly with the ln
.'?ii?e?1 p.v. p .: Hy o' tl c ?'tate, and the
t-p<. ti- ar? lin?! with tin: new century
In-'il. t?--t. \?UI KUI jct ss tho nd
lil.- li lia* ul IOU ?ly in;.de.
A Kansas farmer planted hie
farm \v popcorn ana gathered,
if into his baril. The bara took
fire, the oom popped ami fi 11 ti cl
a ?j?-aore Sold. The old mare,
thinking it ? snow storm, luy
down avid froze to death.- .
The South Carolina Cs*h~
for Teachers.
Although nearly approaching tts cray
tennial anniversary, the South Cas'?iasa
College shows none of thc dcereplfuae
of old age, but rallier Increasing signs
of vigorous life. A new departure OT
great Importance to thc CoUego and tp
the State has just been inaugurated.
Ppr some yeurs the College has had a
department of pedagogy, for tho traUv
.ng of teachers; but lost winter, for the
tl rat time, thc Legislature created a
number of endowed normal scholar
ships, one for each county. It ls toe
intention of tho Trustees and Faculty
'o set these scholarships upon a high
plane, and to seek thereby to qualify
superior young men for positions af
leadership and influence in our public
-.chools. However largely women may
>e employed as teachers, the work of
?uperltitea?ence, direction and control
?mint continue to be most largely tn tbs
hands of the men; and lt ls. to supply
these te nob ern of leadership and i ti
ll u euee, in the community as weil aa bi
'.lie schools, that the College win chiefly
;iin, through these scholarship?. Renee,
io young man under nineteen years of
ige will he eligible, and preforenee wW
Se given to those applicants who have
already taught with success far at
ieiist one year.
A special and technical course of.
study has been established, on a high
yet practical plane; and it Ia intended
tlint this department shnU be worthily.
entitle?! to he called a "College for
Tc-uchei s." All the work will be . dis
tinctively normal, and apart from the
regular College classes. Tlie Trustees
and Faculty feel sure that in preparing
s body of strong and well equippe.d
men teachers thc College will uld In
supplying one of the most Important
needs of thc State. They hope, also,
that thia work, in its success and its
results, may meet with such public ap
proval as to lead hereafter to Ita still
further enlargement.
Circulars have been issued giving the
details of regulations and course of
utudy. fi
The present session, now nearly
ended, hus been very encouraging. Not
a ripple hus disturbed the Internal
peace of the College. The new Presi
dent has won golden opinions, and has
more than maintained Uie confidence
and aiT?H-t<on gained In his long service
as professor. The friends of the Col
!pge look hopefully forwurtl lo the con
tinued success and lncrpiiKi"l usefulneas
of thia venerated institution, which will
soon enter upon Us second century of.
honorable history.
An Opportunity !
-600 ACRES,
Good Dwelling and Tenant Houses.
Fine Farming or Trucking Land,
Good Neighborhood. (jh inched and
Sohoola, Good Waler.
For further information apply or write
August 6, lt?03.
50,000 Good Pine or (Cy
press Shingles at once.
M L. II AM ll,TON.
August G, 1903.
End of Hitter Eight.
. "Two physician had a'long nail
stubborn light with na abcess on wy
right lung" writes J. F. Hughie ut'j
DnPoiut, Ga., "anti gave ino up;
Everybody thought ray . tima had
copie. Aa a".last resort I tried Dr.
King's Kew Discovery forConsu'rop
lion. Tho benefit J. received vfOi
striking and i wjia oa my feet iu a|
few days. Now I have-entirely re
gained my health." It conquero all
Coughs, Coidu and Throat and liUQg
troublesr Guaranteed by J. T. Doug
las & Bro Drug btore. Prico 50u . pd
$1.00. Triat bottles tree. .
The sooial feature of .tW
State Fair .is an important item
: in considering the advantages of
being an exhibitor, you meet the
best and most progressive far
mers and stock breeders iu the
State, and make many friends
-who are valuable to you. Then
prepare a good exhibit to go to
the next State Fair, Oct'. 27- 80.
We have just received , u
car of nice buggies, which wo am
offering very low. See us before
P. A. Hod goa.
WANTED-A Competent house
j keeper. Apply to ......
H. K. Covington,-'
BennettBville, Gr'
July 22, 1903.
Boys shirt wai?ta only
25c at ' Jackson' ? *
Escaped an Awful F al ti.
Mr. II. Hoggins ot Melbourn- VU<\
?writes, "My dootor told me I hud CV.:.
sumption and nothing could bc dueo ' r.o~ !
mo. I waa givon tip to die. The o'.rer o? !
a free trial bottlo of Dr. King'
covcry for Consumption induced
it. Results were startling. I am mw ou
the road to recovery and owo all to Dr.
King's Now niecovcjy. It surely laved my
lifo." This great cure ie goat antee J for
all throat and lung diseased by .f. T ?
Douglas ?Sb Bro Druggists. Price 500 rad
$i.oo. Trial bottles free.
To the Women of the Poo Doo
A Pee Dee Historical Society w'ns]
I organized and officered a? u Florence
yesterday. It is composed of m-ou of j
euch character as to giye ootdideuco
in its future suceoss and usefulness
I Such an organization moue much fqi
tho future wclfure of this Hectic .
the State. More than any iithoi
lion we need an Organization nf this |
kind, for more than any other section
I uf this much neglected state, we a ii
overlooked in tho writing ot history
But we'need female auxiliary socicliei
for nothing is truer than thal a?tci led
assertiou ot Talleyrand's: .. "J? jO\\
would accomplish any, great [lilin -
thia world, you must get the W.QD&P.
J p-ninw." We wish to "get the 'wois en
j going" iu the Pee Dee con ut * 1 '1
j of the Historical Society. Dau^i?i-.r:? j
(of thc Revolution"Rm1 T*T^j?fs o! I
? tho Couirderacy ahoUj ? : '?di
j in every county of the-ai?ttiot; i suUV>
[ettrheally co operate wiib ul] rtid^e-p
I cieticB in awakening seutiiLi.
I gathering material for the preserva
tion and embodying in convuiifbht
and enduring form the history of ibo
Pee Dee people. Hoping for early
aud encouraging reports fr< ai ?ur
patriotic women,
I am, respectfully, .
John J Darg.Mi,
Sec. Pee Dee His Association
Clyde, S. C., July 3, 1903.
Wonderful Nerve.
Is displayed by many a man' enr: u mg
pains ot accidental Cuts, Woui ns
ises, Burns, Scalds Sore teet or??t?ju?dls
[ But there's no need lor it. Bucklen's
Arnica Salve will kill the pain and cure
the trouble. It's the best Salve pp eayiih
tor Price, too. 25c, at Druggist.
---w 1 1,1 ? ".-..
HOHS - ;
We will receive on or abu;;!
August 4th ONE CAL Nf C?E
Those wishing to buy will clo
well to give us a call, as \v<?
will sell on short profil.-;.
Will exchange Hor. * for
nice, fat young Mules.
July 30, 1903.
IS hereby givon that under an order
from thc Court of Bankiupfoy I am
authorized to sell at private tain tl fol
lowing land belonging to lin !' ><> ot
John Mannintr Bankrupt situs. - . Marl
boro Counly, S. C. to wit.
Ono tract known tho "Galloway
Plaac," on thc ..fiTtia from Puru ? -i lo
L^IO/containing 137j acres.
One tract known aa thc
I'laco" containing 279 acres.
One tract known ns tho "Bu. dy I'lftcu
containing (VJ acroB.
One tract known as tho 1 vcrcti
I'laco" ou road from Chcraw to Marion
containing 226 acres.
Persons wishing to buy can id ress
at Clio. S. C.,' or H. II. Newton ti !
W; Bouchier, at Bennottsville, .>. il.
JonN CAI iiot N,
CROP TURNIP SHED now ready.'
The biggest Turnips int ii >l*f?
were grown from Buist'? see?i
last year. Also new .Cabbage
O. S. MbC.Ai.L.
July IC, 1003.
! Using The Genuine Peruvian Guano I
For sale by B. E- MOORE, BenneltsvMo, R.F.D. 4,
r Agt ior Marlboro and Scotland counties.
ti Price $30 per Ton. Better prices on Car Lois and Over.
Would be glad to have your orders by August 1st, as it takes
120 to 150 days to bring this Guanno here.
Read what people think wIib are using it :
J. D. MOOKK Bays it is ali right, and will aso another year.
W. M. SMITH says "lt makes Corn o?d Cotton h us tl o. Will givo you largo
ordor ia a few days. . w.
lt.. L. KIRKWOOD says, "Tho Guano is good and is muoh pleased with it.
wants nothing botter-has already'bought 100 Tonn.
CF. MOOEE says It will supply a long folt want. It is tho stuff we waut.
HOB bought 25 Tons. Can't say too muoh ia its praiBO.
C. A.- MOORE says it is all ritht. lt makes tho oolloo and corn grow to suit
him. Has placed aa ordor for 20.TODS tho coming season.
JOHN K. FLETCHER Thinks it good. Il has his lato cottoa doing boyoud
ult ho could wish. Will order again.
ALEX STUBBS says ho put il against a strong combination of C. S. Meal and
Nitrato of Soda of equal value, Poruviao way ahead now.
i :. E. MOORE used it under lato cotton, and has never soon its equal to the
agu of tho cottoa.
The gentlemen above named are well known Marlboro farmers
who will cheerf ully answer all inquiries as to its use.
DON'T DELAY, if you intend to try it !
Orders may be jeri at Excelsior Hardware Store for IQ days.
Seo V. L. Emanuel and get bia
special rates for ICE this
season. Buy your Ice
Tickets and save money.
April 23, 1903.
Winthrop College Scholarshps
j and Entrance Examinations.
Tho examinations for tho award of va?
C ?Ut scholarships in Winthrop College
nod for tho admission of new students
-.ill bo held at Benncttsvillc on Friday
July 10th at 9 n. ni
Applicants must not be less'than fifteen
years of age.
iVhen scholarships nm vanni nd nftcr
Only 10th, they will be awarded to those
? iu ;ing thc highest average at the exam?
?Tiati?U. The next session will open about
^ortember 1G. 1903.
1 or further information and a catalogue
address President D. B. JOHNSON, at
Hock Hill. S. O
c. s. MCCALL.
Tho Zoliovrh ; ' :iii:cn<tu?o.i?t \V?J oUT?roU
.ind i*d opU.il to uniend nu Ordinance koowa
?.] OU?Q Ordinnnoo .'or ibo Town of lieu j
..-..vu.ititi, eiittLlod "An Ordiuanoo for tho
ccrpooc o? raising funda to pay .current
.. :;'COrjea and existing indebtedncsa of tho
r?w?i of BenuettaviUo nnd providing n pon
atty for neglect or refusal to pay euch,
tnti?od in oounoll the ist day of May 1903
by Htriking out certain words and inserting
otYiei words in lieu thereof:
?teaolved, thut thc above bo amended by
S tl iking out on pago 3, lino 14, tho figures
- \ id inserting in lieu thereof tho wordtj
. ; aud on pago 3? Imo 15, tho words
?ii o nud inserting in lieu thereof tho
word I $5, so that said liconRO ordinanco
j when amended shull read as follows :
J l.'raya, wagon, 1 horse per yoar $2 501
j I- ays, wagon, 2 horse per year 85.00
; (3) That line 9 on page 2 bo amended
i by fi triking out tho word H Forty Dollars and
! th? ? tir.g in lieu thereof tho worda Twenty
I . . '..art?, so that said acotiou when amended
j tihr.U read aa follows :
i Kxpresa companies or agonoica $20 ob
j (3) That line S pago 4 bo amended by
j ndding tho words up to and including $100
(ooo, and all amounts over $100,000 Ten
j Ci ote in excess, BO that said section when
; i. :ndcd shall rend OB follows :
lilorchnnts on ench $1,000 salea 50 cents
up to and inoluding $100,000, and on all
?tri mata exceeding 8100,000 Ton Coonta in
acsuBB; Merchants on lesa than 1,000 sets
Di<iag business loss than ono year $25 00
?4) Tho following clause was added :
j Contractors, per year, $5; contractors
j noiog their own work aro charged noliconbe
j ?one and rrvtificd in Council Juno 13th
j 1903. P. A. HODGES, MAVOII.
To prevent disorder, -iii: "tile Town
of BennettsYille and prescribe
the punishment for a violation
of same :
fio it Ordained by tho Mayor and Alder?
mon of tho Town of Bounottevillo in Couu
. 1 assembled and by authority of same,
SECTION I. That any pearson cr per?
Bona niter thia dnto who within tho corpo
rata limitB of tho Town of Bonncttsville,
; muy bo oogaged in a brench of thc peaco,
I any riotous or disorderly conduct, open
ot roenity, public drunkenness, awenring or
! un/ conduct grossly indecent or dangerous
! to tho citizens of Baid Town shall bo doom
j'i guilty of a raisdoraoanor, and upon con
viction shall bo fined not lesa than Two
Wodara nor moro than ODO Hundred Dol
t ??ni? or bo imprisoned not leas than 5 dava
: moro than 30 days,
j f lKC 2. That it nhall bo the duty of tho
j <\.Jvn Marsh aili of tho Town of lt en not to.
0 or any Constabla BO authorized to arrest
1 commit to jail for a term not exoood
48 boura, (uni?os other Wiso ordered by
! lil Counoil or Mayor) any parson or por?
a who violates tho above ordinanco.
. Msc, 3, That all ordinances or parts of
- inanccB in violation of thia ordinance is
. oby repealed.
?one and ratified in Council this 5th
I day ol June, A. D.. 1903.
;ne Two Horse WAGON,
A lot of HOUSE FEED,
A lot of LUMBER ol diflerent kinds,
ic 3, 1903, T. C. EMANUEL.
tion Powders are fed to horses
and mules, marked improvement
will be seen after the first few
doses. There is no doubt about it.
The Powders, acting directly on the
digestive organs, first thoroughly
cleanses the stomach and bowels,
correcting all disorders, and then
good healthy appetite comes nat
urally and surely. It is the most
powerful tonic and appetizer on
the market to-day, and when once
used horsemen will have no other.
Ashcraft's Powders produce that
silky sheen of coat and hair so
admired by horse fanciers. The
Powders fatten but never bloat.
Always high grade and put up
in doses-never in bulk.
By the use of three or four doses
a week your horse or mule will
not be subject to colic or any dis
ease of the stomach and bowels.
"I had an old horse that was In very had
condition generally. He was thin and had a
blood dlsea?e that was causing the hair to
come off. I gave the horse three doses ot Ash
craft's Condition Powders a day for seven days
and fed him liberally. Thc appetite improved
from thc first few doses and thc animal gained
fifty-two pounds in flesh during the weclc I
gavu it three doses a day. Thc general health
of thc animal was greatly improved hy the usc
of thc powders and he was made almost a new
horse. I most heartily recommend Ashcraft's
Condition Powders, as I know they are a splen
did tonie and appetizer.-C. C. SIRES, Livery
man, Monroe,V. O."
Ask for Ashcraft's Condition
Powders. Package 25c. Sold by
BenriettBviHfe; S. C.
To Baise Supplies For The Year
Ending April 1904.
Bc il ordained by the Mayor and Alder
men ol the Town ol JJenncttsville and
by authority of the samft, that the fol
lowing taxes be, and the same are
hereby levied, and shall be paid into
the Treasury lor the use ol said Town;
SECTION I. Fitteen cents on every
one hundred dollars worth ol real and
personal property situate within the cor
porale limits ol said town, which tax
must bc paid on or before the ist day cl
January 1904, and on all taxes not paid
by that lime a penalty of 50 per cent will
be aHded and collected.
SEC. 2. That twentyNone (21) cents be
levied on every one hundred dollars ol
the assessed value ol all real and person
al property, to pay the interest on the
bonds issued in aid of the Charleston
Sumter and Northern Railroad, in ac
cordance with the Act authorizing the
same, approved December 23d 1S91; and
ihe further sum ol 5 cents on the Sioo
be levied and collected for the purpose ot
providing tor the sinking fund, as pro
vided by the above act; which taxes
must be Dald on or before January isl
1904, and on all taxes not paid by that
i time a penalty of 50 per cent will be ad
ded and collected.
SEC. 3. That fourteen cents be levied
on every one hundred dollars of assessed
value of all real and personal property.
Jo pay the interest on the Bonds issued
in aid of the Electric Light Bonds lo"- the
Town of Bennetlsville, accordance with
thc Acts of the General Assembly of S.
Q ? authorizing the same, sevenccnts ol
Which must be paid on or before' the ist
day ol July 1903, to meet the interest due
Oh that day ; and the further sum ot 4
cents on the $101 be levied and collected
for the purpose of providing for the sink
ing fund, which taxes must bc paid on
or belore January ist 1904, except as
above specified in reference to the seven
cents on the $100, which must be paid
on or bet?re the ist day of July 1903;
and all ta*?s nnt paid at the time above
stipulated a penalty of 50 per cent will
bc added and collected.
Sec 1. That all persons linblo to work
on thc street9, sidewalks and ways of thc
Tomi of Bcnnoltsvillc shall bc excused
of such duty for twelve month.s, com?
mencing on tho first day ol May l'.)03, by
paying to thc Clerk of Council a commu
tation (as therefore of two dollars on or
before (Ito first day of June, A- D. 1903.
All persons failing to pay said commuta
tion tax herc provided for, within tho
timo specified or who shall refuse or fail
to work on said streets, sidewalks or ways
ut any (?mc or times when summoned so
to do by order of the Council shall hz
subject to a fine two dolluru for each and
oyory day of such refusal or failure ?0 te
work, nod any other punishment the
Council may seo fit to impose.
Dono and ratified in Council tho int day
of Moy, A. D., 1903.
P. A. HODGES, Mayor.
Attorney at Law,
Bcnncttsvillo, S. C.
Offico on Darlington street near Posta |
Telegraph offico. January, 1899.
At W. M. ROWE'S.
, * -SKI
How many, years lia ve you
been promising yourself, your
wife and neighbors to PAINT
ASK the hundreds of people
in the County that have used it. ?
ASK the PAINTERS atout ir/'
They will tell you How GOOD
rr is?
lhere is SOMETHING
( )
( )
What soaic people yon Know, and who have Teated kTlicse
Good?, Say about thc Excelsior Cook Stoves:
1 bought an "Excelsior Cook Stove" last Spring. I am well pleased With .
t not only performs well but requires less wood than any Stove I ever had.
1 have been using the new " Excelsior Cook Stove" made by I. A. Sheppard &
Jo., lor i6 years and it has always given entire satisfaction';;
Mis j,- G.-.W. COBB..
Mrs Conn lias just -pur. in another ... ... .
1 regard the "Excelsior Cook Sieves and Ranges" as good aa the best, .and"
rvhenin ne d of a Cooker I endeavor to get that make oi Stove. - &
Mi. BRISTOW bought one from a sister town, as until recently
;here was no agency in Bennettsville.
The "Excelsior Rango" bought of you gives oatiro satisfaction.
These goods and all kind of Hardware, Crockery, Paints, Oils
te, can be had at EXCELSIOR HARDWARE GO.
Benncttsviiie, s. c. Next ?o W. P. Breeden's.
flft&SSBKMOr MtU 95 ?uta M- C. J. MOFFBTT. M. C. BT. LOjJIO^ Rfl?^ !
EUro altuoot maoioal, ?njl certah??v tnoro aatiafacSoru than from ?fit??***
??/?TD Southern Hoi,
THE best workmanship.
Bay Rum and Tonic Treatment
Tools the best and sharpest.
Polite attention always assured
Three Artists in constant at endance
LADIES WORK a Specialty !
Once a customer, always a customer.
Anyone, ?ondina a -ketch mu! description may
nutckly oflcortnlix our opinion froo wliothor un
Invontlon ls probably patontablo. ?oinniunlcn.
lions ntrlctly confidential. Handbook on I'atouta,
aontfroo. Oldcut nponcy for sccurln?lP?*?Mf??
Patonta taken tbroaeh Munn & Co. receive
tptclal notice, without charlo, lu tho
Scientific American.
A b.nnil-omoly ?ltuiitrntod wcckljr. lowest cl?
MUNN &CO.38,Bmb^ New York
Branch Ornoo; 026 V St, Washington. D. C
HAVINO secured thc services of a
good mun, I am prepared to put
down and pull up pumps. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Orders left at cither Hard
ware store will bo promptly attended to.
mob 12. 1903. V. C. Emanuel.
Attorneys at Law,
Dyspepsia Cure -
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aid!
Natura ia strengthening and recon*
Btructing the exhausted digestive or?
gillis. It is the latest discoveredulgeat*
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in?
stantly relieves and permanently eurea..
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache, Gastralgia,Cramp9and
all other results of imperfect digestion.
PrlcoSOc. and 81. Large Bise contains SM tlmca
small size, nook all about dyspepslamoilodiree
Prepared by E. C. Da WITT <ACO , Chicago.
Three Barbersl Three Ohairs!.
"Everything First-Class,
Children receive spocial attention
either at the Shop at their house.
Your patronage solicited.
J. A. GRACE, Burler.
College of Charleston.
118th Year Begins Sept 25th.
Letters, Science, Engineering Ono sehn!?
ar.>hip to each county of South Carolina.
Entrance examin?t ions hold nt Bennet IP
ville by County Suprimen unt of Edu*
cation and Judea of Probate on July IO.
Tuition $f0. Board ?nd furnished room
in Dormitory. $10 per month. All can*
didatos for admission aro pcrnnltcdlo
compete for Boyce Scholarships* which
pay $100 a year. For catalogno address
tuny 29,1903. . President

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