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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 September 1904

The Marlboro* Democrat. "DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE. VOlfcx. BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1904 NO. ? G. ANOTHER KILLING. Magistrate Folk in Souffle With Su pervisor Seale Was Phot. WHAT CORONER'S JURY BATS Botb Meo Weio Popular ami Highly Kfupeoted, and the Unfortu nate Affair lu Very Much ltegrettcd. A dispatch from Sumter to The State says Magistrate Richard C. Folk of Providence was shot and killed Thursday morning about 8 o'clock, near his home, in front of County Supervisor W. H. Seale's reaidence, < while in a souille with Mr. Seale. Magistrate Folk waa a candidate ? for re-election and damaging reports < were In circulation as to the mysteri ous disappearance of Mr. Folk's dec- < kot, a second book io which is kept f Che business of the court. Mr. Fulk i was Informed that Supervisor Seale < was the author of these reports. 1 Sam Folk, a brother of Magistrate...

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. — 2 September 1904

The Marlboro' "DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE. VOL ikix. BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 19?4 NO. d 6, ANOTHER KILLING. Magistrate Folk in Ecuffle With Su pervisor Seale Was Shot. WHAT CORONER'S JURY SAYS Both Bleu Weie Popular iud Highly Respected, und the Unfortu nate AOUlr 1M Very Much Hegrettc d. A dispatch from Sumter to The State says Magistrate Richard C. Folk of Providence was shot and killed Thursday morning about 8 o'clock, near his home, in front of County Supervisor W. H. Scalp's reaideuce, while in a souille with Mr. Seale. Magistrate Folk waa a candidate for re-election and damaging reports were in circulation as to the mysteri ous disappearance of Mr. Folk's dec ket, a second book in which is kept the business of the court. Mr. Fulk was informed that Supervisor Seale was the author of these reports. Sam Folk, a brother of Magistrate Folk, called to see Seale early Thur...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 September 1904

Friday, September 2, 1904. r~ . Subscription Price: One year.$1.00 Six months.50 u-hree months.25 BOTS FKOH BHIGHTSVILE Happenings Among tho Fooplo In Thia Prosperous Township. To Our Boya: The difference be tween a successful and an unsuccessful farmer io generally the Bame ns that, between successful and unsuccessful men in other lines of human efforts. The man who conducts bis affairs in a methodical and business like way, and looks closely after the expenses nnd income ia very apt to be successful in his business no matter what line it ia in. The business man who conducts bia business in a haphazard way, pay ing no attention to his account books ami never knowing exactly where be stands, is very apt to fail of success. And yet there aro those who seem to imagine that the business of farming does not need such exact methods, other lines of business may need well digested plans but they seem to think that the rule of thumb and muscle ia all that ia needed on the farm. The business...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 September 1904

3ENNET?SYILLE, S. C. air s. A. imo WK & co. Ojj ?? o? i?/Vsric?i Street Opposite Masonic Mall, Friday September 2, 1904. professional daros. ^DITSPENCERT DENTIST. Or Ftes Up-stairs ia Crosland Building, rhone 180. BENNETTSVIIJIJID, S. O. DR. J. L. GIBSON, DENTIST . tffl.ee Over Itnacsohn's Store, PHONE 196. BENNKTTSVILLK, S. C. Ll. NEWTON, JENNINGS K. OWENS. NEWTON & OWENS, Attorneys at Law, QSNNENS VILLE, SO. CA. :,:es Over Planters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, , ENNETTSVILLE, SC. rsv W. BOUCHIER, j? o Attorney ut Law, Bcnucttsville, S. 0. Oirco on Darlington street near PoBta ..aplT office. January, 1899. i ./TON MCLAURIN, ; ; Attorney at Law and Probate Judge loo in Court IIOURO. 33. C. MORRISON, ,iician . - Machinist, | BOX 5 i ?'?.OI?EN CE, S. C. ' ractnr for Klcetrical work and dealer Electrical supplies Hot Air Pump* i r Engines und lias Engines installed. pc-fiitting and neucral machine work. ? igust 20, 1U?.1. WHERE TO GO. wm atm . WA?dll if! ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 September 1904

i'll! MARLBORO DEMOCRiT 3ENNETTSYILLE, S. C. JY S. AJROWN & CO. . ;o on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall. riday September 2, 1904. professional Gau?s. ^TSPENORT DENTIST. : : tea Up-Btaire iu (Jioaluiul Kuildiug, Thone ISO. BENNBTTBVILiIiE, 8. O. DR. J. L. GIBSON, DENTIST 11 glee Over Isaacsohn's Store, PHONE 196. BENNETTSVILLK, S. C. ll. NEWrON, JBNK?NQ8 IC OWENS. NEWTON & OWENS, Attorneys at Law, QENNETTSVILLK, SO. CA. -:cs Over Planters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTORNEYS AT I.AW, . ENNETTSVILLE, SC. W. BOUCHIER, <&, c Attorney at Law, Bcnucttaville, S. 0. ' l??oo OD Darlington H trent near Posta .rapb offldc. January, 1899. fri \fi I JJTON MuLAUBIN, Attorney at Law and Probate Judge lao in Court Ilouno. ?3. C. MORRISON, -r(iician . " Machinist, BOX 57 FLORENCE, S. C. rnctor for Electrical work and dealer Electrical .supplies Hot Air Pump j En?ines and Cas Engines installed. 1 "petiitting and general maeiiine wurk. . igust 20, I?JU:I WHERE TO GrOi ?0000.0...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 September 1904

uiiureu yeal We will not i will not matt?F The honey or the _ The summer days that we have known1 Will all forgotten be and flown; The garden will be overgrown Where now the roses fall. A hundred years from now, dear heart, We will not mind the pain. Tho throbbing, crluisun tide of life Will not have left a stain. The song we sing together, dear, The dream we dream together here, Will mean no more than means a tear ' Amid a summer rain. A hundred years from now, dear heart, The grief will all be o'er. The sea of care will surge in vain Upon a careless shore. These glasses we turn down today, Here at the parting of the way, We shall be wineless then as they, And not mind it more. A hundred years from now, dear heart, We'll neither know nor care What came of all life's bitterness, Or followed love's despair. Then fill the glasses up again And kiss me through the rose-leaf rain; We'll build one castle more In Spain And dream one more dream there. JOHN BENNETT. HAS FALLEN ON BLEEP. The ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 September 1904

.MSW-? ,v?/== ?i&r ln .. -fa wiiundred vean? . We will not i-?inlrll n It will not mattere?ll The honey or thtPP* The summer days that we have known Will all forgotten be and flown; The garden will be overgrown Where now the roses fall. A hundred years from now, dear heart, We will not mind the pain. The throbbing, crimson tide of life Will not have left a stain. The song we sing together, dear, The dream we dre- ni together here, Will mean no mor unan means a tear Amid a summer rain. A hundred years from now, dear heart, The grief will all be o'er. The sea of care will surgfe in vain Upon a careless shore. These glasses we turn down today, Here at the parting of the way, We shall be wineless then as they, And not mind it more. A hundred years from now, dear heart, We'll neither know nor care W hat came of all life's bitterness, Or followed love's despair. Then All the glasses up again And kiss me through the rose-leaf rain; We'll build one castle more in Spain And dream one mor...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 September 1904

J. The Marlboro' Democrat. "DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE VOEXXIX. BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1904 NO. 37 A GREAT BATTLE Being Fought Between the Japs and Russian a at Liao-Yan g. BOTH BILES HAVE LAB GE AR MIES And the Btrujcigle Will bo to a Finish and May Knd tho War Between The Countries. A dispatch cn Tuesday from the Associated Press says heaviest baltle of the war is raging today around Llao-Yang. Following the rear guard action which Kuropatkiu has fought in his retirement from Auping and AuBhansban, he has either < louted or been forced ?ogive battleaud is meet ing the attack of thee.mbhud armies of Kurokl, Nodzu and Oku. DlBpaichts from the battlefield show that at dawn the .) ap??ese opened a terrific artillery tire, directed mainly against the Russian center and right. After four hours of galling shrapnel fire the cannonading slackened and at 9 o'clock the Japanese...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 September 1904

M T- I?I ITU I ll I i IIDIMH T ? '.A. BROWN - - - Editor _LJ^r^-,.r,.,^.v.l_1.L..L..1_l..,.,_ll.l...,._,_! Friday, September 9, 1904. ' Subscription Price: One year.f> 100 8ix months.50 Three months.25 PEN AND SCISSORQRAPHS Cnpt W. T. Thrower, is now Mayor of Cheraw. Memphis, Tenn., had a Million dollar fire on Saturday. Cheraw paid 12 cents for her first bale of new cotton. Sunator Hoar of Massachusetts is getting well. Tho Russians are falling back to lead the Japs into a trap if possi ble. The Republicans won in Ver mont and claim this means victo ry for the Republican national ticket in November. Rev. R. S. Truesdale of Colum bia will assist Rev. Wait in a mee ting in tho Methodist church at Cheraw beginning on tho 11th. The Pacolct Manufacturing Co's' No. 3 mill, at Pacolot, destroyed hy flood last year, is again in con dition for opration and will at onco begin manufacturing. Tho work of bringing colonists to South Carolina has been launch ed. Last Monday papers were signed...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 September 1904

B??NNETTSYILLB, S. 0. JU Y S. A : Il KOW X A CO. Ojjlce on Marlon Street Ovpoxitt MtiHonic Hall. Friday Soptembor 3, 1904. Ip?ofessional Gar?s. ^?TSPENCEB, DENTIST. ?KKK'K Up Btniru iii Crouliiud Building, l*hone ISO. BENNETTS VILLE, S. O. DR. J. L. GIBSON, DE?TTI8T Q?lce Over Jsaacsohn's Store, PHONE 196. BENNETTSVIM.E, S. C. II H. NEWTON. JENNINGS K. Ort'ENB. NEWTON & OWENS, Attorneys at Law, BENNETTSVILLK, BO. CA. Offices Over Planters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BEN^?ETTSVILLE, S C. ttl W. BOUCHIER, JL . Attorney at Law, Bonncttaviilo, S. 0. Office on Burlington street near Posta TulogrupL office. January, 1899. M ILTON Mo LA UKIN, Attorney al Law and Probate Judge Olllco in Court TIOUBC. E. C. IHORRISON, jLlootrician . - Machinist, BOX 57 FLORENCE, S. C. Con! rael or fur Electrical work nm! dealer in Kleeirical supplies Hot Air Pump ing Engines and Can Engines installed. Pipc-Uitling and general machine work? August 20, 1003. W???K?i TO OO. 4 - - v ,...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 September 1904

THE ELECTION. "IB It a Political Revolution?" Asks the New York Herald. VIEWS OF AN INDEPENDENT. Borne ?ol' the Reasons Giren for Be? liovintr tnat the Tide of Popu lar Sentiment Ia With Judge Parker. To a calm, dispassionate looker on in Vienna, are apparently unmistaka ble signs throughout the country of a political revolution, as Mr. Blaine called the election of 1874. From the moment that Judge Par er Hashed hlB famous manifesto for the gold standard, a wave of enthusi astic popular response has been raising and rolling eastward, until it has sub merged even the sleepy granite bills of Kew England and other Republican strongholds. As far as the eye can reach the once divided ranks of tbe Democracy have been closed up and present the spectacle of a united phal anx, inspired by tbe spontaneous de termination to press cheir great battle for the American dag and tbe Ameri can constitution as they were banded down by the fathers of the republic. In the very bosom of tbe paity in powe...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 16 September 1904

The "DO THOU LIBERTY CIREAT. INSPIRE ODR SOULS AND MARK OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OP. OUP. DEATH? GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE/ BEN IM ETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1904 NO. 88 PARKER SPEAKS. Challenges Comparison of Cleveli nd's Administration With the EXTRAVAGANT AND CORRUPT Policy of tho Hopublloauu and. Ad Jure* Hi* Auditors that farly Dissensions Over Details Should Ile Avoided. At ills home In Esupus Judge Parker Thursday received pledges of loyal support from editors of more than two hundred Democratic news papers, representing ebie (ly the mid die west and the south. They caine on a special train from New York to Hyde Park, crossing thence in the ex cursion steamer St. Julius, on whioh they afterward had luncheon and re turned to New York. The speeches were delivered at the edge of the Rosemont veranda. After the speech es an Informal reception was held. Upon the arrival of the boat the editors marched up to Rosemount, headed by the Seventh New York regiment band...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 16 September 1904

8. Al BROWN - - - Editor r.iday, September 16, 1904. Souscription Pri?e? One year.$ 1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 PEN AND SCISSOR GRAPHS Mr. R. C- Logan, of Kingstree died Monday. Clemson College gets $110, 000 this year from fertilizer tax. The Premium List of the State Fair are ready- -Write to A. W. Love, Chester and get one. Mr. Evander K. Mciver, one of Darlington's leading farmers, died Tuesday morning-aged til yearns. The State Convention of the Women's Christian Temper ance Union convenes in Man ning 29th inst. Safe crackers got in some good work at Rock Hill Sunday Morn ing. Now is the time to watch tramps, mutes, &c. Two Dollar Wheat before next May is the prediction in Chicago, which is not very en couraging to those who have to buy Hour. COMING Miss Emma Terry and Wiley Rhodes, singers of the Sou th at Auditorium Pollard the sweet Sept 19tll The World Growing Better. R. E. Bl'BRR, in Sunday School Timen. And thc world has grown hotter morally. Evil is more asham...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 16 September 1904

Friday, September 16, 1904. 8nt>?crlptlon. Price, , One year. ! Six months. j Three months. I --- PEN AND SCISSOR&ItAPHS \ Mr. R. C- Logan, of Kingstree died Monday. Clemson College gets $110, 000 this year from fertilizer tax. The Premium List of the State Fair are ready- - Write to A. W. Love, Chester and get one. ^ Mr. Evander R. Mciver, one of Darlington's leading farmers, died Tuesday morning-aged 01 years. I The State Convention of the Women's Christian Temper ance Union convenes in Man ning 29th inst. . Safe crackers got in some good work at Rock Hill Sunday Morn ing. Now is the time to watch tramps, mutes, &c. Two Dollar Wheat before next May is the prediction in Chicago, which is not very en couraging to those who have to ihuy flour. COMING Miss Emma Terry Pollard and Wiley Rhodes, the sweet singers of the South-Sept 19th at Auditorium Tho World Growing Bettor. It. E. Bl'BEB, in Sunday School TiineH. And tho world luis grown better - - morally- Evil is more asham...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 16 September 1904

Friday, September 16, 1904. r _, ' Subscription Prlcet One year.$ 1.00 Six months.50 Three mouths.25 PEN AND 3CISSOR GRAPHS Mr. R. C- Logan, of Kingstree died Monday. Clemson College gets $110, 000 this year from fertilizer tax. The Premium List of the State Fair are ready- -Write to A. W. Love, Chester and get one. j Mr. Evander R. Mciver, one of Darlington's leading farmers, died Tuesday morning-aged (?1 years. 1 The State Convention of the Women's Christian Temper ance Union convenes in Man ning 29th inst. ! Safe crackers got in some good work at Rock Hill Sunday Morn ing. Now is the time to watch tramps, mutes, &c. Two Dollar Wheat before next May is the prediction in Chicago, which is not very en couraging to those who have to ?buy flour. COMING Miss Emma Terry Pollard and Wiley Rhodes, the sweet singers of the South-Sept 19th at Auditorium The World Growing Better. ll. E. Ri'iCKH, in Sunday Sohool Timen. And thc world 1ms grown better - - -morally. Evil is more ashamed of ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 16 September 1904

Il BENNETTSYILLE, S. C. WY 8. A. BROWN * CO. Ojftce on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall. Friday Soptember 16, 1904. A MATTER ?F HEALTH POWDER Absolutely Pure HAS MO SUBSTITUTE professional (Iav?s. DENTIST. OKKICB Up HtnirH iu Crouland Building, Phone J SO. UEN NETTS VILLIS, 8. C. DR. J. L. GIBSON, DENTIST ..Office Over Isnacsohn's Store, PHONE 196. ?3KNNETT8VILLK, S. C. II II. NEWTON, J ENNINGS K. OWENS. NEWTON & OWENS, Attorneys at Law, BENNETTSVILLE, BO. CA. Offices Over Planters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 1JEN N IS TTS VILLE, S C. l?i W. KOL'OiURR, Jt . Ai loru -y ;i? Law, lie n rae t tn ville, 8. C. < >::i,"! un Darlington street near Poato IV-.crail oflieo. .luuuary, 18^9. kti i L roN MCLAURIN, IVi At tur ney at Law and Probate Judge i nllcu iii Court llous?. - . <:.-..:.?<?.?" .? . c. rthirnuio! (br lS?dcb?o.a? wrirtc ind dei ir: ?ir .' ..'.! -upi . Hot Ail Pump ; injr finj!?tiu> ?mil - _. Pipc*liitting and genera] maehiue work. A...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 16 September 1904

BENNETTSYILLE, S. C. ?Y S. A. BROWN St, CO. O/Jlco ott Marlon Street Oppoaitt Masonic Hall, .";'.".--. ( Friday September 16? 1904. A MATTER W HEALTH POWDER Absolutely Pure HAS NO SUBSTITUTE professional Caros. DENTIST. OKI-'ICK Up Btoirn iu Crouland Building, I'hone ISO. UJSNNKTTSSVIJLJTJE, a. c. DR. J. L. GIBSON, DENTIST Office Orcr Isaacsohn's Store, PHONE we. ??KNNETTSVILLE, S. C. II ll. NEWTON, JENNINGS IC. OWENS. NEWTON & OWENS, Attorneys at Law, IiUNNKlTSVILLK, So. CA. Offices Over Planters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT, A rie KM: vs AT LAW, BlSNNISTTSVlLiLiE, t? C. *?v w. UOL'UUIKU, jt . Aaon. -y a? Law, \ Bcnuottsvillo, S. 0. Oro*un Dnrl'ngioo street near V?at? Tc-irru? ! ?flier?. January, 1899. Kp IL TON MobAURIN, |Vi Attorney at Law and Probate Judge . Miloo in Gnu ri lloilBU. lleop ici; ?tl?nlriicfn* for ii tea iSi ind ii ?ii ]>,?'' al .uni i . . ile Au :. ing-Engiii?n uuii - ...... Pipe-tutting anti general machine work. August 20, 11)03. WM ERK TO GO. A WATCH...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 16 September 1904

i DEFENDS THE SOUTH, Sx-Qov. Chamberlain Maintains thal Negro Eulo Is Misrule. EXPERIENCE AGAINST THEORY He Deelares that Illa Ad m I i lut rut im lu this 8tato Proves His Charit? and in Fact Hcinalnti the Same Tn?i*y. To the Editor o? the Beaton nerald I wish to offer a few observations bj way of reply to your several editoria articles on my "Open Letter," to Mr James Bryce, published in the Char leaton (S. C ) News and Courier of th? 1st. inst. The News and Courier havini charged you with discussing the ne gro question with a "fatal narrownes of spirit, and plentiful lack of rea knowledge. .* 1 assume that by thl was meant narrowness fatal to wis or fair and valuable discussion. Thl obarge you resent with warmth, ant on Lii? point of lack of knowledge yoi liken tho negro question to the tariff In that the latter is "a more intim?t and poignant li-sue in some State than others." Do you mean that tin tariff changes with change of locality that the rates of schedules of th< tariff...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 23 September 1904

"DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL)?XIX. BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1904 NO. 89 A PULL REPORT Of the Battle of Liao Yang Tells How Plans Failed AHD CAU3ED DEFEAT General Kuropatkiu .Toll? ol His Movements and ltetrcat to Mukden. UlamcH General Orlon- for Defeat. A dispatch from St. Petersburg says the long expected repurt ol' Gen. Kuropatkiu on the hattie or Liao Yang has been received. It is dated September ll and is as follows: "It ls nt w possible, from details of tile battles since August 20, in which various army corps particip?t d. to furnish ye ur majesty tue following re port of operations: "On August 20 the Manchuiian army cccupitd three groups of pr si ti?os, the dist at Pettsu and Anping on the left Hank; the st c it tl at Llan diausian, in the centre, aid the thud ut AnsbaDshan on the right flank. The sume day the .Japanese a*sum< d the offend ve along the wdi...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 23 September 1904

goa The Democrat 65" "pO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR HEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY OAUSP " VOL)(XIX. BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1904 TsTO 3ft A F?LL REPORT Of the Battle of Liao Yang Tells How Plans Failed AND CAUSED RUSSIAN DEFEAT General Kuropatkln .Teilt) ?I Hin Movement* anti lleireal lo Mukden. Blames General OrloO" 1'or Defeat. A dispatch from St. Petersburg says the long expected repurt ol' Gen. Kuropatkin on Hie battle ol' Liao Yang has been received, lt is dated September ll and isas follows: "It is now possible, from details of the battles since August 2(1, in which various army corps particip?t ti. te) furnish ye ur majesty tbe following re port of operations: "On August 2(i the Manchurian army cccupii d three groups of posi tions, the lirst at l'ettsu and Anping on the left hank; the st o ir d at Lian diansian, in the centre, and the thiid at Anshatishan on the right Hank. The sn nie day the Japanese ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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