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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 February 1885

" Do thou Groat Liberty Inspire our Souls and make our lives in thy possession happy, or our Deaths Glorious in thy Just Defence." YOI.. XII. I1 111 -1 NO.-8. It Sloops hcnouth tho blinny hill An iu a tratapift dr?fpn;' ; Tho giant elms aro sr/roadlug still Abovo tho moadow stream. o' Beneath thoso loafy houghs. All day among tho scontou grass Tho crlokotsloap amt HI^IT, V , ' '. And g redo' ftna%ot4*'? .simUov,B paSsv S ' lilko swallows on rho wirig, How calmly lu.tho Bkoltorou.nook . . Tho summer hours may go, %( X?thrlghJ ajv^-joyous as tho brook That ?l?g?!with'doop'nli)ii (low. O worldt with all thy cities' prldo', Thy plains andvyallpyP/groony . , Thou hast nbVi'n Wy bound'rles1 d\Ao , Bo swoot. so fair a scouo. f .'i i I ? ' : '?.. '. iMX, Gardiner! ly* fimifto, who. for ?a of yJaitf JiMtMoh lo Caijj^rnik, activ? inbftiV'?'ir?ncisc?.-1 Tho following Incident occuri'cci some ten years ago in tho city of Philadelphia: benjamin - Yardley a veteran detective of this city, was ent...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 February 1885

' ii KV- i.? Bo tV? ?roat Liberty Inspire our Souls and make our lives in thy possession happy, or our Deaths Glorious iii thy Just Dofonoo." BENNETTS VILLE. S. C.. EEBUUAUY 25, 1886; TC UK Ol pilO-MB. lt Sloop? beneath tho Bunny hill An in ? tranquil drouin; Th o glunt el nut aro spreading Ml 111 Abovo tho meadow stream. Wild birds that loin in iuuslo swoot, ' And.qui?t. sjiotp abd; oows, J?liid gt^htl^iifcltor from tho boat ..', | Beneath thoso leafy boughs. All day among tho scontod grass Tho orlokots leap and H?UR, And ?rdon and golden tdia?ow? |pft??\ liiho swallows on tho wing. How calmly in.tho uholtorod nook .. Tho uuinmoi' hours may go, Yot bright and-Joyous as tho brook C)Ttmt singftVwitii Uoop'nln? flow. O worldl with all thy ottios' pride, Thy plains aiul.yalbays.grcon, j Thou hast? hot in thy bWnd'rlcs 'W So aweot. so fair a HOOUO. . . .. ?, Wido STUMrx's Donor:: Tho following incident occurred some ten years ago in the city of Philadelphia: Benjamin .Yardley a veteran ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 February 1885

IIMMUM! BY S. A. BROWN & Co. BENNETTSVIIiLE, SO. OA. Wednesday, February 25, 1886. Duo PUg, Ono Country, Ono Dostiny." tBKwqpwMBBqgai II ? iiji i II III II I II II III utivtwit'mnm /> A Doruooratlo Froaidont. Tho 4th of Mureil is near at hand, and as tho day approaches all of interest will centre at Washington. Tho iuauguration of Grovor Clovcland, tho first Dctnoeratio Presidont ia over twenty yoflrs, promisoB to bo ono of the grandest nod most inr posing inaugural ceremonies this country has evor witnossed, und that those of our rouders who may bo unable to attend may havo a full account wo havo mado ar? rangements to have a reporter nt tho Cap itol and obtain carrcot details of tho RI and ceremonies, inaugural address and tho illili nt night. An tho event will be ono of interest anti importance wo know that nil will read and appreciate n full account of it. Tho Duke of Argyle hnB computed that tho world will not bo destroyed in ten million years. This ?B vory encouraging t...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 February 1885

parlhoro jlemocrat BY S. A. BROWN ? CO. PRICE, $2 PER YEAR XN ADVANCE. BBNNBTTSVILLB, 80. OA. Wednesday, February 25 1U85. Office in Everett's Briok Building - UP STAIRS. - ii il ! i LI ? i mmmgrngmm i MJL.I II r i; i '_!!?y L^'lW'flL'aJll' VOE TUB DEMOCRAT, A Simple Mistake, Two Irtahmou wot In an alloy, drear. Tho day was foggy; And night was noar. Thoy saw caoh othor, Whon apart Blxty feet; And paoh thought tho other, Was a iiloud ho would moot. Tho couple to oaoh othor, Qulokly uoaror drew. Hut upward looked, Noltbor of tho two. "IIollo Pat" said ono; Ditto ncoostod tho othor, They talked for tou feocondB mord, Llko brother and 'brother. Hut seeing their miutako, Thoy both stood aghast; Whon tho wittior of tho two, Spoke at Inst. "You thought it was mo And I thought it was you; But bcyorra lt is Noithor of us for Uno,'' C. D. G. Bonnottsvillo 8. C., Fob. loth 1885. "Charleston, S. C. in 1885." In tho lille of a tast.V little hook Just rooolrod from thc well known publishing homo...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 February 1885

Marlboro democrat BY S. A. BROWN ? Co. PRICE, $3 PKR YEAR IN ADVANCE. B1?NNBTTSVILLB, 80. OA. Wednesday, February 26 1885. Offioe in Everett's Briok Building - UP BT AIRS. -~ Von THU ?BMO0KAT. A Simple MistaJi'o. Two Irishmen mot In on olloy, droar. Tho day waa foggy; And night won near. Thoy saw eaoh othor, Whou apart ntxby foot; Ami oaoh thought tho othor, Was a Mond ho would moot. Tho eouplo to oaoh othor, Quickly ueoror drew. Hut upward looked, Noithor of tho two. "Hollo Pat'' judd ono; Ditto aeooatod tho othor, Thoy talked for toa eoooudfi moro, Llko brothor mid brothor. Hut seeing tboir mistake, Thoy both stood aghast; Whou tho witt lor of tho two, Rpoko at last. "You thought it waa mo And I thought lt waa you, nut in'ijumi tt ?? Noithor of us for truo/' 0. D. G. nonnottBvlllo 8. C., Fob. loth 1885. "CharleBton, S. C. in 1885." Is tho (Ula of a tasty little book just roeoivod from tho well known publishinghomo of Moss. Milker, Kvuns <t Cogs voil. Tho historical d?eoi'ipllon...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 February 1885

jg 1 11 ^SSSS?^USSS? An UiioxDootort HUKKIIIK. As tho Alloghony Talloy railroad train bound northward stoppod at tho etation rocontly a half-grown girl, ac companied by a man, dosccnded to tho platform. Tho man looked around an xiously, as if in search of anothor train. Tho girl also looked around anxiously, but abo dld'nt seem tocare about anoth or train. She* was pretty, but there was a restless expression iii her eyo which unhealed an aching void that traius could never Oil, A telegraph messenger boy, struck with her beauty, gazed at her with a freedom that attracted her wandering attention, Just as tho man who ac companied lier stepped into tho station to inquire if tho Buffalo, Now York and Philadelphia train was on timo tho girl how at tlio admiring niesscngor boy, folded him in hor arms and hugged him rapturously. uOh, you dear, darling, sweet littlo thing!" exclaimed tho girl, in a voice tremulous with unrestrained emotion. Again Hbo showered kisses upon his clue!;!, which w...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 February 1885

UliInoH? Dotkrt Tho iSiin Francisco Ckronidc in si rccont issue says: There ave just now being exhumed tho bones of severai bundled Mongolians to be sent back to tho Celestial Kingdom, in accordance with the solemn covenant made by tho various Chinese Companies with each of their member?. From November 17 until yesterday there have been resur rected al tho City Cemetery about om; hundred and eighty collins, with their decaying contents, and this number * ill probably sen a largo increase beforo ?.Mn year expires. Yesterday Ab Sam w .s digging, up tho women s corner in thu plot. Fivo living Chinese women re ready to Welcome the planted ones back to light, and whenever a cover would bo'knocked off tho decaying cof 11ns these Celestial beauties would eagerly bend over thc contents, without regard lo tho direction of tho wind, ami begin ;^ search for the jewels and money of the lute lamented. Generally tho bodies proved lo be swathed in so much cloth and blanketing th.u. poking with a s...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 February 1885

J?farlb?w JpeiMcrat ' BY S. A. BROWN & Co. BENNETTSVILLE, SO. OA. Wednesday, February 26, 1885 OUR LO0AL_DIRE0TORY. OUR MUNICIPAL. GOVERNMENT, MAYOR--J. F. Everett AI.DRKMKN-Silas Bounds, P P Mcoklns J. L, McLaurln aud F. M. Emanuel CbnRK A TRBAS.-E. C. Stownrt pSS* Tho Gounod will hold rogular m jotings aon Thursday ovoning at 6 o'olook. O UH COUNTY OFFICERS. SherlHT, II. yt. Hogors, Clork, 0. M. Wonthorly, Coronor, J. F. David, Probate Judgo, VT, E. Thomas, School Commissioner, S. J. Molimin County Commissioners, J. H. David, J. H Pipkin, Henry Edens. Auditor, Jaoob Alford, Tronsur.ir, J. H. Liles, Sunorvieor of Registration', T. F. MoRao, Supt. of Poor lionne, Tristram Ea?torling. Our W?shiiigton Special [From Our Regular Correspondent) WASHINGTON Fob. 14, 1885. Tho city congealed i ti arctic weather is making preparation for the coming event, the 4th of March. The Democrats aro pre paring for a groat demonstration and the Ropuolici us are prepar ing to grin aud bear it. Hote...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 February 1885

paiiberij iflcmo?rat BY S. A. BROWN & Co. PRICE, ?2 PliK YEAR IN ADVANCE. IJENNETTSVILLK. SO. (JA. Wednesday, February 26 UM 5. Office in Everett's Briok Building - UP s'i?Aiife. OUR CHURCH DIRECTORY. MKTHODI8T-ltOV. J. L. Stokes PttStOI' Sunday School il p. ra. Preaching at ll n. m., and 7.30 p. m. BAPTIST-Hov. It. N. Pratt Pastor Preaching at ll a. m. and 8 p. hi. Sunday School ovcry Sunday morning at ?.80. Pruyor-inooting Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. PnksRYTKinAN-;Roy. W- n. Corhett, pastor. Proachhig at lOiilO a. m. and 3,30 ?. ni. Sunday School at 0*!K) A. M. Pray er-meeting on Tuesday afternoon nt 4 o'clock. BtNHEllSYlUE CIRCUIT APPOIKIMEHTS FOR 1886. RKV. TII?8. J. CLY DR. 1st Sunday. Pine (/rove, at ll a in ; Smyrna at p ni '2d Sunday. Hoy kin at ll a 111 ; Pino Grove nt H .J p ni 3d Sunday. Bethel nt ll a m ; Antioch at 3| j) in 4th Sunday Uo.auty Spot at ll am; Ebenezer at 3| p in -0 - RKV. K, a. PllIOE. Itt Sunday Hot liol at ll am; Antiooh 3J p m 2nd Snndtiy Homi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 February 1885

novr a luiimtov'? uoott Deoil i.nmnin mm ii* ?\n lusnno Aitylitm. Tito Story ol Ilia Knoapn. if*W Ute Jfidtiqr of thc Aliixvaukco Sen tinel ??ti -? bave rend iv good many stories of into eoueornmg tho confinement of sano poraous ia lu oatie usylums, aud J am thereby prompted io relato n blt of personal experience. In tho year 1805, while I was serving the Methodist Episcopal church in a Now England lown, a neighbor's houso took lire, In common with others, I stood on tho edge of tho roof, passing buckets of water, exposed to intenso heat on ono side and freezing wilds on tho other. 1 took a foarful cold. For twonty-llvo years lt worked havoc ni my physical aud mental systorofc. Nevertheless, I continued in my mimstorlul duties. I preached many a sermon when mi tier um intenso agony. At certain periods, however, I would bc comparatively well, and then again, my hoad would got heavy, my breathing labored, my appetite fickle. I would lose iDtercst in lite; feel sleepy at mid-day. and w...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 June 1885

" Do thou Groat Liberty Inspire our Souls and make our lives in thy possession happy, or our Deaths Glorious in thy Just Defence." YOI.. XII. I1 111 -1 NO.-8. .rino 1.1 tu rr THAT ia FLT. A lender child of summers thrco, Reciting lier little bcd at night, Paused on tho darli stair timidly "Oh, motlier, (?ko roy limul," said sh?, "Anil Hun tho dark will all ho light.'' Wo older children grope oar way .Fruin dark behind to dark beforo; And only wbeu our hands wo hiy, .Dear Lord, in thim', tho night is iliiy. And ilicro is darkness nevermore} Keach downward to tho sunless days Whorein oar guides aro t)lind as wo, And lu tili is small and hopo dt leys; Tako ttiou tho hands of prayer wo raise-, And lot ns feel tho litfhtof theot ?.t>vi'i>S OTOH ir. Mu Taut Persimmon had just lln ished hia evening toilet. Ile was a handsome young man ot somo ' eix-and- twenty verdant springs, with a yellow mustache and hair to cor respond, a pink complexion, like an overgrown masculino doll, and bi?...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 June 1885

\ BY S. A. BROWN & Co. Offioo iii Everett's Briok Building - UP STAIRS. BENNETTSVILLE, SO. GA. Wednesday, Juno 10, 1885. .Ono Flag, Ono Oountry, Ono Doatiny.5 Mr. Tray wick's school at Shoo Heel closes on tho 12th. Capt. Jqhn M. Little, of Wadesboro has been appointed deputy rovenuo collector for Stanly, Montgomery, An son aud Richmond counties. Frank Moses was brought from pri son at Boston on Friday and confron ted with now charges of swindling. Ho was held in $1,000 hail. Moody, tho great revivalist, is on his way to Atlanta. Why don't he como to Columbia? Wo need a reli gious awakening here. - Register. Dr. Douglass, Gen. Grant's chief surgeon, says that tho General sutlers much as tho disenso progresses, ii ho is apparently imf ..< 1 ii) neral condition. ?oln University, a colon ; school in Chester Co.. fenn; uluntcd a class of 32 pi eil .in intend coming South ti I . preachers, riko among tho iron \> ?rkcr.ii ol '. vi Vania has thrown 5 ,000 m eh of omploymcnt. How s...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 June 1885

IIarlbjo.ro gcmotra? BY S. A. BROWN & Co. PRICE, $2 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. BKNNETTSVILLB, SO. CA. Wednesday, June 10, 1885. Office in Everett's Briok Building - UP STAIRS. ~ - ..'iro/Il..-? ..'LllLl- - ? !- I. 1 OUft L00AL_DIRE0T0RY, OUR MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT. MAYOU-Knox Livingston, Ai.DKiiMKN-C. S. McCall, L. Strauss, J. N. Weatherly, A. J. Douglas. CfcKRK &' TUBAS.--IS. C. Stowurt MAHSIIAL--T. L. Crosland Tho meetings of council until further notice will bo nchi every other Friday af ternoon. OUR COUNTY OFFICIOUS. ShorlfT, ll. A. hogors, Clork, C. M. Wonthorly, Ooronor, J. F. David, Probate Judge, W. 13. T)iom?3, School Commissioner, H. J. M clim M County Coiuin?88?oiicr8, J. II. David, J. F TJolton, Honry Kdons. Auditor, Jacob Alford, Treasurer, J. ll. Liles, Supervisor ot Registration, T. P. MoIUe, Supt. ?f ?oor House, Tristram Eastorling, A Soliloquy. What a strange moment will that be, My soul, how full of curiosity; When winged and ready for thy eternal iliSht, On tho ut...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 June 1885

Marrying Daughters un; In i'runce tho parents make tho match. If not aa ostensibly, yet no loss really is this often done in England. It is not tho man, but tho maintenance which is uppermost m tho parental thoughts. It ls painful to reilect, while taking a survey of tho matchos of fifty years' experience, how rarely wo ever could detect that the character of a man, otherwise eligible, influenced tho paren- j tai decision. For the moat part, all tho | evidenco offered of a man beluga scamp or a profligate ls set asido as envy, ma lice, and all uncharitableness; or else with tho remark, "Well, all young men aro wild; but thoy grow steady when thoy aie married." Wo once heard a lady, in speaking of a matrimonial ovont just coming off, say, "Capital match; llrst-ruto chanco for Ellen. Not at all the sort of man wo all know, that abo over intended to marry; but not ono woman in twenty does get that." Certainly in this mon havo au advan tage, for they can choose; tho ladies must submit t...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 June 1885

AUMT MAKIUA'a CLOCK. "You Know, my flour Herbert," enid my ?unit JM;uthu, "that hi tho precari ous state of roy health, with my life hanging os lt wore, upon a thread, lt believes me to see that all my almira are in order." "Certainly;*' I responded, with duti ful but difficult gravity. My aunt was only a little past "biddle age, weighed eleven stone two, bad a color Uko a peony, and a waist wnich measured twenty-eight inches-was, In truth, in full health and vigor, and likely td live to a ripo old ag ; so that lier favorite fiction that she was the vic tim of a hopeless and mysterious mal ady, mid might at any moment shuttle off this mortal coil, was without tko slightest foundation in fact. Never theless she derived much onjoymeut from tho illusion, and delighted in the contemplation of her own premature decease, and in perpetually going over all tho details of her interment and oiliercheerful accessories of the supremo event. .V^liifc nruu u il r?u r* ??Ol'?j ll??'I X V/i'S indeb...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 June 1885

arito ? cm ocrai BY S. A. BROWN & Co. Offioe in Everett's Brick Building - Ul? STAIRS. BENNETTSVILLE, SO. CA. Wednesday, June 10, 1885. Bain Jouos'Crispy I'rovovbs. Tho following striking expressions | aro taken from sermons delivered on different occasions: I want Church-members who drink to wash themselves up and get the | devil's ileas off of them before they come into my company. Some Church-members are like | railroad trains-they shed ail of their light ahead on their own track, and leavo a little old blue light hanging on tho rear to tho sinners out in the dark. I'd rather sec family prayer than all of tho revivals. God says, "Whosoever will." h's] not whosooycr feels. Thc devil goes j about preaching feeling, and God is preaching faith. Peeling is learning to the devil's theology. God don't say whosoever's fit, or got a good experi ence, or whosoever's going to get through, or who's elect, hut "whosoever will." Tho elect aro tho whosoever wills; thc non-elect arc the whos...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 June 1885

$8for Ita ra Jcmocrai BY S. A. BROWN & Co. PRICE, $a PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. BENNBTTSVILLE, SO. CA. Wednesday, June 10, 1885.? Office in Everett's Briok Building - UP STAIRS. OUR CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST-Hov. J. L. Stokes Pastor Sunday School -1 p. m. Preaching at 10.30 a. m., and 8.30 p. m. Prayer-meeting on Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. BAPTIST-Rev. lt. N. Pratt Pastor Preaching at ll a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday School every Sunday morning at 0.30. Prayer-meeting Thursday ufternoon at 4 o'clock. PunnuYTKWAN-Rev. W. li. Corbett, pastor. Preaching at 10:30 a. in. and 4.80 p. m. Sunday School at 0.30 A. M. Pray er-meeting on ^Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. DENNETTSVILIE CIRCUIT APPOINTMENTS FOR 1885. ii KV. mos. J. CLYDE. 1st Sunda)/. Pine ?rovo, at ll a m ; Smyrna at 3* p m 2d Sunday. Boykln at ll a m ; Pino Grovo at p m 3d Sunday. Bethel at lt a in ; Antioch ut fy p m Uh Sunday Beauty Spot at ll am; Ebenezer at 3$ p in -O - KEV. E. Q. PRICE. 1?/ Sunday Bethel ot ll n rn; AnHo...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 June 1885

AGRIOULTUltB. A B?SIHBSS GAIT.-A good walking ??ii for a boree is beat. Few farmers think of this; most of thom want tho colt to bo a trotter. The trotter orazo Tam boon an awful ourse to tho oountry. 34 makes mo sick to think of it. flow Bonny young men hayo gono to tho bad ?u ncoonnt of it; and what good doo3 it ntl do? Tho horses of to day aro not tho equals In endurance of thoso of tho Jaibero. Tho horses of earlier days did snore and harder work, Jived together nnd kept sounder than ours. They ttot irater now, but what ot that? lt a j Tiiiuo, if it io, whioh makes vioo. Teach ' MID colt to walk, to start, on a walu, and to keep on walking until lt io biddon to go fluster; suoh a colt Will m ti ko a pions -ml driver and Inst longer, and will bo worth n groat deni moro to a sensible SWHB. Brook the colt boforo be is har cesBod to tiny vehicle, lt will raak? a tudor and moro oaaily managed animal, il hovo snob a horse, and tho other ?.tay Ibo saved tho team boonuse bo would ?ot ru...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 February 1887

" Do thou Groat Liberty Inspire our Souls and make our lives in thy possession happy, or our Deaths Glorious in thy Just Defence." YOI.. XII. I1 111 -1 NO.-8. Hidden. Nay, do uot call mo light and falso, dour fi loud. Ami turu away from mo with cold disdain, Because tho chords you touchod with idlo hand Gavo lorth no answering strain ; Nor ?ail mo ilcMo whilo I omllo and Jost. And look toward tho world with happy oyos ; Why should I swell ltfo'a sorrowing tldo With unavailing sighs. Como I I will lift tho ilowors nhovo my heart, And show you tho dark gravo I'VO hld doudecp voa did ?ot know ? ??y? "w *.* mc 'flin timo is past to weep. Aro thoro not tear? enough lu llfo's full cup? Is not each wind that blows a dlrgo of woo? Then let mo laugh and sing with caroloss mirth, And lildo my sorrow low. "OUR UNCLE JOE." ?I am not a rich man, Mrs. Ken nington," said Mark PU ni i tunion ; and I don't pretend to bo, I'm only a back oountry farmer, aud my profession that of law-brings mo but a s...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 February 1887

" Do thou Groat Liberty Inspiro our Souls and make our lives in thy possession happy, or our DeathB Glorious in thy Just Defonos." NO.8. I Iltldeii. Nay, do not cull ino light and falso, doar fi loud. Ami turn away from ino with cold disdain, Uecauso tho chords you touched with Idlo limul Gave forth no unsworlng strain ; Nor call mo iioUlo whllo I sinllo and jest. Ami look toward tho world with happy oyes ; Why should L swell life's sorrowing Udo With unavailing sighs. Covan 1 1 will lift tho dowers abovomy heart, And show you tho dark gravo ?'vo bid don deep You did not know? Nay, do not uriovo for ino Tim Hmo is past to weep. Aro there not tears onough lu llfo's full cup '.' ls not oneil wind that blows a dlrco of woo? .fbeii let mo lau?h and sing with caroloss mirth, And hide ruy sorrow low. "OUR UNCLE JOE." ..I am not a rich man, Mrs. Ken nington," said Mark Plhilinimon; and I don't pretend to be. I'm only a back country farmer, and my profession that of law-briuga mo but a slen...

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