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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 December 1889

A Weather wi WHAT Ja tho mo ol f'oitoaats ami bar OBlOtpiK? . Billy th? Btudy of air ami of Boa, ?Toolees aro wunhcr-cocki?, wnridngivtker-' moulott>rn, 8toriu*(lr?niB and s?gnalo menu nothing to mot JHovolt'8,4 tho conning of clouds and bygro Il io to in. Ko one cati tell wlint t li o weather will bo. Captious thu ?l i ai ate, 1 iii ink you'll agree, Ko ono cnn tell what tho weather will be. Weither-wKo prophets, preciso and otu Shnlical. not their prating nt night or nt mom. S)o not taite notice of twiugos rhoumntlonl, . Treat all catarrhionl symptoms with . scorn; S>leregard dnrt'nga in regions hopatlcnl, Mind not thor shoot of your favorito eoru. SftougiilloHH thoolork of tho weathor is ho ?o ono eau loll what tho weather will bo! Lurked by tho H un sh l no, so bright aud uingnutloal, How you will giiovo if yourgamp you'vo forgot. If in lur garments you're porlnatotlonl, DoubtloMS you'll Hud that tho day will bo hot Should you wear clothes that aro thin and esthetioal, Tho...

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. — 20 December 1889

A Weather Wi WHAT 1B tlie ino ol fun-easts ' nud bar ometer?? Billy tho study of air ami of eoa. Hatless ?to wenthcr-ooclo?, warulugs, tker mouioturo, ?tonu-druui? utivl signals mean ut>thhig to tu ol Sfi-i>r-c?3 ibu vonni ii ? ct clouilo uud hygro meters, No one eau tell what tho weather will bo. Saptlous tho climate, i think you'll ugroo, o ono omi toll whnt tho woathor will be. Weather-wlso prophets, prcclno and oni ph utica I. Heeil not tl.cir prating nt night or nt morn. Do not take uotico of twinges rhouinntloal, Trent all cntarrhical symptoms with . scorn; Disregard dart uga In rogious hcpnticnl, Mind not tho shoot of your favorito corn. ShougiitloHs thoolerk of tho woathor is ho Ko one can toll what tho weather will hoi liurkcit hy tho suushino, so bright and uutguotioal, How you will griovo if yourgnnip you'vo forgot. If lu lui carmontH you'ro nor I pat ol leal, Doubtless you'll hud that the day will bo hot; fjliould you wear clothes that aro thin and esthotioa), thou...

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. — 20 December 1889

KEV. DR. TALMAGE. Tl?e Ilrooklyn IMviito'g Sun day Kennon. SuiJeot : "Wlmt Trouble ls For." Th? ROT. T. De Witt Talmage, D. D., jroaohod te nm ovorflowlnr congregation *' lU? Brooklyn Academy of Music. i Before preaching ho enid that a ralstakoa lotion wan abroad that tho insurance on ht?* i?etroycd ohuroh was enough to rebuild. Tho. repetition of disasters loft us in debt, nd ?ave practically built three churches oinco Jj lame to Brooklyn. First, tho original Tabor ancle. Soon after that wo made nu enlarge, mont that cost almost as much as a church. A. few vears after it all burnell. Then WO put nu't he building recently destroyed, and reared it in a timo when tho wholo country was m its worst financial distress, it was those repeated disasters that t*fi\ ..o i jj ;';bt. My congregation havo lone maj?nitlcontlv, but any church would ba itt dobt after so many calamities. Now for tho first time wo aro ont of dobt. But wo ?ked ab least ono hundred thousand dollars to futid u ohureh la...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 December 1889

v/U Illili BY 8. A. llftOWN & Co. Published. WBBkly. A Moneyless Christmas. A Christmas without spending money 1 Widwintor holidays \yithout ?lolls or picture hooks, tops, toy ban? non or jumping jacks, colored candies or any "store presents" of any kind whatsoever 1 Christ's nativity cele* orated without a Christmas treo or a Christmas carol or a gathering of the childrenT-no ovorgreou shrub spark ling with glass, no Santa Claus and no pantomime. Could such a thing bo in a christian land ? Yea, verily. And it is not so very long ago that just auch a Christmas was the rule in three fourths of tho United Staten nay, it is tho rulo now in considerable sections whore thoro aro no largo towns. So easily do wo got accustom ed to what is, atul so naturally do children believe that thc system they lir?t noticed has always been tho sys tpm, that most people do not know, and oven the oidor ones aro forgetting, that tho Christmas of to-day is cora putatively a now tiling. But what was tho...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 December 1889

BY S. ?. ?iROWN & Co. ~ Piihl?s'hRrl WRBkiy. ^FRIDAY, ? ??oiicyloss Christmas. A Christmas without sponding money ! Midwinter holidays without (lolls or picture books, tops, toy can non or jumping jaeks, colored candies or any "store presents'' of any kind whatsoever 1 Christ's nativity cele brated without a Christnins tr*o or a Christinas carol or a gathering of the childrenT-no ovorgreou shrub spark ling with glass, no Santa Claus aud no pantomimo. Could euch a thiug bo in u christian land ? Yea, verily. And it is not so very long ago that just such a Christmas was tho rule in three fourths of tho United States hay, it is tho rulo now in considerable sections where thero aro no largo towns. So easily do wo got accustom ed to what is, and so naturally do children boliovo that tho system they first noticed has always been tho sys tem, that most people do not know, and oven tho oidor ones aro forgotting, that tho Christnins of to day is com paratively a now thing. But what was th...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 December 1889

rn im f BENNBTTSYILLB, S. G. BY s. A. imowsr & vo. Tho Oldest and Largest Newspaper Issued in Marlboro County. $1.00 3? IE IR; J^JSnSTTTJUL. Ojjlco in l*ont Otjioe lt all di nu, ^TQW? ANO COUNTY ~NEWS? ~Fridsy. December 20 1889. e1 .1 ??? J....: iv? 'c_.1.ii'.-'.> J1"-! ? INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS MRS. J. G. W. Conn-Houso for Balo. N. D. JOHNSON-Palmetto Acadomy. E. W. BRISTOW-Administrator^ Salo, P. A. ROOKHS-Sheriff's Salos. (, M. WKATHKKI.Y-block's Salo. RELIGIOUS NOTES. Stewards for North Marlboro Clronlt will moot at tho Parsoungo on Monday, Deooinbor 30, 1889, at 11 o'olook a. m. JOHN L. RAY, P. 0. Hov. J. A. Porter, tho now pastor of Blouhoim circuit filled his appointments nt llobron and Ebouofcor laBt Sunday. DEATH'B DOINGS. Died ab her homo in Charleston, on Thursday Decoinbor 12, 1889, Mr? Alice G, Johnson-aged 4$. Mia. Johnson, waa tho widow of Mr. A.C. Johnson, formorly of this placo, and well known in this county. Tho romains woro laid to rest in Magnolia ceme...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 December 1889

Too bato. AV lint (dionea WO koop, year qfUir year, '.^WUlbi those- who ato ?jost .near to Us atul dear! , Wo llvo bosldoonoh othor day by day, And speak of myriad things that BOHIOIU tay v . . 'Pl.A f'iil'1 ..-.",.. ??AM* tK*t ll?? ?.?.? t.. I -...... ..-. mas ..v- ^- - rcacb, , lb-ueath tho commonplace of common Fpcecb, Tho out of sight, and out of ronob tbey go, Tbo.so close, fan:Ular fi louds, who lovod us PO; And, Bitting in tho sliadow they bavo loft. Alone with loneliness, ami Boro bereft, Wu think with fond regret of somo fond word Tl.nt onco wo might have Haid und they might bavo beard. Thin ii tho cruol croso of Hr?-lo bo Full visioned when tim ministry Oi (bath hnBboen lulflllcd, and in tho placo Ol som o dear presence is but empty spneo, [NVliai recollected serviceH van then G Iv? conciliation tor tho "might havo1 been." FOUND AT LAST. Ile was a little old tuan, verging pcr liaps on Slxt^i with closely cropped haT, and a hat which Wilhelm could not keep from thinking was...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 December 1889

.v. .Foi'tn-s BY AVHIOU tho Exoicx. LKNCli OF ?l'?CK 1$ HlSTlonM?NED, Tito outward indications (color, hair, length-of?.?horns, oars, hui, . ic.) of stook aro not'Always to ho reh?\,i, upo? as cor tain lp Indicating tho oxeollonco of an toiimul for tho purposes required, and when a breed ls bred 'strictly with a view to having lt excel in tho oxhibi ?" tidii of supoi'loiily of tho outer char jii.tyrlatles it is somotimos duo to a loss of vigor in tlio stock, tho result of tho .^aerifico of tlio moro important Indi vid dui characteristics of Utility. Breed ers have made mistakes in adhering too .closely to the color marks, or rather in giving a gloater number of poluts to ?\tliose soetipna that roally aro not so im i.'portant compared with othors. I A I(K Ai.iKs FOR Trna ROOT MAG OOT. 3 ~J)r. T. ! II. Hoskins, of Vermont, fl writes that two years' trial seoms to coiifirUi tho Bta'temont that tho larvaj I of Mm AvtMmy?? {A. ceparunu A. ? I ord?d?cee, A. raphant) may bo vory ?igieutly ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 December 1889

m ?ii BY S. A. BROWN & Co. Pub li siled Weekly, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20,1889. Tho Ci'oi??. Tho year 1889 1ms beon fi prosper ous year for South Cu roi i n a. In her notion, corn, whont ami rico Ci6|W} B?IO BurpnBscil tho previous year, while ? in tho ont crop ulone slio loll hchiml. It has boen cst ima tod that the total value of tho crops, excluding tho fruit crop, was $11,010,090 in o x c o s si o f Inst your, while tho aroa planted, with the exception of corn and oats, wos Usa. Tbp viiluo of tho fruit crop by the (liflbrent ' styles of fruit gives somo in teresting figures, the pouch crop lend ing with a total vuluo of $149,700; I then comes the melon crop valued at $130,920, followed by tho grape crop ut 888,240, tho apple crop ut $09,185,1 and tho pour crop at $15,442. It is lo bo prcuuniod that, as tho cnnniiries | now bein^ established all through tho State increase moro and moro atten tion will be attracted towards the cul tivution of fruit.-Charleston World A Ntu'vow-Mimlcd...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 31 January 1890

<se? Jillie ^ Jv lilli - ? "Do thou Groat Liberty In?pire our Souls and inako our lives in thy [possession happy, or our Deaths Glorious iii thy Just Defence." VOL. XIV. BENNETTS VILLE, S. G., JANUARY 31, 1890. 8 RAILROAD OVIDE. Capo Fqar and Yadlsin Vallov Ri B. Ooutlouscd TMino Tablo No. 14. 2rains moving North. Pant and Mail. Freight and Pam. 4 2 J a m Lonvo bonnet tsvillo Cl & a in 6 35 a itt Arrivo Maxton 8.35 a in 6 45 ii ni Leave Muston j 0.25 a m 7 36 a m Arrivo Fayottovillo 2.06 p in fi 00 a m Loav? " 0 00 a in 0 62 a in Arrivo Ranford 12 65 ? tn 10 IO,a. ni Lcftvo Sanford 2 16 p in 1 20p m Arrtvo Greensboro ? 00 p in 1 45 p tu Loavo. " 0 20 a in '6 50 p ni, , Arrive ?lt. Airy 6 00 p in No. 1-UronUfast at Fayottovillo, Dinnor at Greensboro. Trait*: moving Suv.ih. Pius, ami Moll. Frolght and Acoom 8*35 a ru Lonvo Mt. Airy 6 80 a m 7 30 a in Arrive Greensboro 1 15 a m 10 0'5 a tn Lcavo Greensboro 7 00 ft tn 1 40 p tn Arrive Sanford I 25 p ra 2 00 p tn Lon ve Sanford 2 ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 31 January 1890

THK MARLBORO DEMOCRAT FRIDAY, JANUARY 31,1890. ? BY S. A. BROWN & Co. Published Weekly. Entered nt tho Poet Omeo nt Rouuotts villo, S. C., ns Bocoud china mnttor. OPE?IN? THE CAMPAIGN. Tho Executive Committee of tho Farmers Association of ?South Curo lina lmvo issued a call for a State Convention, to ho hold in Columbia on tho 27th of March, to nominate a Stn to ticket, from Governor down, mid this ticket will then bo presented to tho regular Democratic Stato Con vention, which will meet perhaps in July, for ratification or rejection. Thc farmers are in enrnest on tho subject of reform in the management of our Stato government and in reapportion ment of representation in tho Legis lature, and this change ot affairs is what the farmers desire to como to pass this year. Only ono man in South Carolina lins ever spoken out ns tho champion of this causo, and when ho made his maiden speech on -this lino in the Court House at l?onncttsvillo in .August. 1880, tho prediction was niado th...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 31 January 1890

muH ii i hi uann nuiinnu im u lunuuuuuu BENNET?SYILLi], S. C, 35V S. A. ?MW?W?? & *J<>. W5 CEN I'S PER ANNUM. -4 Ojjlvo in Vost OOlcc BulUltHft, ^TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS^ FRIDAY, JANUARY 31,1890. MOON'S I'lIASQS FOB FEBRUARY. Full Moon. /jd. 7h. 13m. Aftor. Lnsb Qunrtor. i . . . . i2d. oh. sun. Aftor. Now Moon.iqd. 4b. 28m, Morn, First Quarter.asGd. 8h. 6m. Morn. OIROUIT COURT ROOTER. Judgo I I). Witherspoon will presido nt tho February torin of Court, Judgo J. R. Kershaw nt tho Juno torin, and Judgo Hudson will presido nt tho Novombor torin of Court for Marlboro. SAD ACOIDENT. On Sunday last Mr. B. F. Ropor, of Clio, lind tho inlefottuuo to break bis log, which will confino him to bis bcd forsomo time. Ho wno out on a little rido when hi? borao took fright, ran awny, and throw him out with tho ubovo result. Ho has tho sympathy of his friends in his mid mishap. REIJIOIOUS NOTES. Tho first Quarterly Conference for iiicn - hcim Circuit will be held ut Pnrnnssns on Saturday nod ...

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. — 31 January 1890

FRIDAY, JANUARY 31,18S0. J3Y S. A. bROWN ?4 Co. Published Weekly. TRUSTS ARK MONOFOLIES. HOW A FULL BLOWN TRUST 13 FORMED. O H j?h i of t ho Ku (.Nie Trust-How Corpom ticiiH DlO'itr from Ordinary l'iirtiior?lilp*. How (Ito Copper Monopoly hi Sustiiliiod. Why KrtrmcrH Citnnot Form n Trout. A trust is nn agreement among Inter ested parties to control prices of tho arti cles whiph tlioy hantllo in common. Tho parties concerned may ho either persons, stock companies or corporations. For reasons, afterwards shown, tho parties in a trust aro usually corporations. Tho trust agreement may havo many forms whilo aiming at its primary ob ject of controlling prices. If thoro woro turee men, each in business for himself, who controlled among thom tho cntiro product of a certain article, a trust might ho formed hy each of them honor ably agreeing not to sell ins manufac tures below a certain sum, or, not to sell Iiis manufactures oxcept in certain lo calities. This would practically ho a trust, a...

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. — 21 March 1890

"Do thou Groat Liberty Inspire our-Souls and make our livoa in thy possession happy, or our Deaths Glorious in thy Just Defence." VOL. XIV, BENNETTSVILLE, S. O./MAROH 21, 1890. JMO. 15. RAIXiHOiVD GUIDE. Capo Foar and Yadkin Vallov R. R. 7/i effect March 2,1890. 1rains moving North, Pan. and Mail. Freight nut! Pu**. 8 20 A in Loavo Uoniiottsvillo 0.15 a in ? 35 a in Arrivo Mfixlon 8.35 a ll) it 15 ii u) LOAVO .Mux(mi 0.25 a m 7 35 a m Arrive Pnyettovlllo 2.05 |> in 2 15 p in Loavo " U 00 n m 3 53 p in Iiuuvo Sumo rd 2 15 |i in t> -IO p ni Arrive Uroonsboro 8 00 pu 7 Kt j, m Loavo " 9 20 n tu 10 45 |> in Arrive Mt. Airy 6 00 p m No. 1-UroaUfasl at Fayottovillo, Dinner nt Urceusboro. Pas*, Train* moving .South. and Mull. Frolghl and Accotn 5 4f> tt ni Jilinvo Mt. Airy ii 30 ii tn '.. 16 A m Arrive Ureenshoro I 15 n in "J 50 n in Leave (jroonsboro 7 00 a ni 12 'Mi pm Leave Sanford 2 I fi p tn 2 IO p in Arrive Fayetteville 5 25 p tn .'{tl pm JiOnvft Fayetteville 7 45 ti in 5...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 March 1890

FRIDAY. MARCH 21, 189Q. BY S. A. BROWN & CO. ''Published Weakly, 1']nt orcd nt tho Post Oilioo nt 1 Sonne Itu ville, S. U., tnt Bccontl cines matter. WHERE IS THE REMEDY! Tho Walhalla Courier estimates that the various taxes to bo imposed upon tho poor tax payer this year State, county and sohool taxes-will foot up over two million dollars, and thinks this enormous tax should be a living issuo in tho coming campaign. Well, supposo it is, how is it to be remedied ? PEN AND SCISSORt?R?PIIS. - Thc postage stamp will celebrate its fiftieth anniversary tins year. - Mr. C. Ii. Subcr, a prominent law yer of Newberry, died on thc 12th inst. - The merchants excursion to WU? mington from Fayetteville will take place on thc 16th and 17th of April. - La Grippe is still doing sad work over thc State, and many good people have fallen victims, - Ol the twelve New York cities thal had elections for mayor thc Democrats were succcsslul in eleven. - Thc demand for fertilizers is so great in Chatle...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 March 1890

rum? ai i m !w\iu\ hi) I ?illllLIMU .MUU?Al FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1890. ilY ?. A. Uli? WN & CO. Published Weekly, Entered nt tho Pont Oflloo nt Bennetts* villo, S. O ., im .second cities mutter. WHERE IS THE REMEDY? Tho Walhalla Courier estimates that thc various laxes to bo imposed upon tho poor tax payer this year State, county and school taxes-will foot vip over two million dollars, and thinks this enormous tax should be a living issue in tho coming campaign. Well, suppose it is, how is it to be remedied ? PEN AND SCISSOK?KAPIIS. - The postage stamp will celebrate its fiftieth anniversary this year. - Mr. C. H; Subcr, a prominent law?, yer of Newberry, died on the 12th inst, - The merchants excursion to Wil mington from Fayetteville will take place on thc 16th and 17th of April. - La Grippe is still doing sad work over thc State, and many good people have fallen victims. - Ol the twelve New York cities that had elections for mayor thc Democrats were successful in eleven. -? Thc d...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 March 1890

r?Tn\TrTTnrri^iciTrrT T ir\ n n DJ JIN IN l'J J. JL VJ ? i. JJ JJ JJ, U, KJ, SIV H. A. & ?0. ?y/ioo /it I*ost Otjlco BMUUtiff, Ljijk * ^ rfgj^AAjMt - rt f? rt, A /?? o ^OWNTNP COUNTY NEW8.? I FRIDAY, MARCH 21,189oT~ t-L*.".1 - MOON'8 PHABEB FOU MAROK. pull Moon. 6d. oh. 47m. A?tor. Last Quarter.13d. ioh. 5m. After, Now Moon...2od. 3b. ira. Aftor. First Qtmrtur..a8d. 3I1. 32m. M?rn. WANTED, At thia ellice, a Ind to learn tho printing busincHP. THE OAMl'AIQN OPENED. Mr. Jackson Melton, thc one arm gin repairer, is now at Mr. J. N. Weather ly's plantation overhauling his gins and patting his machinery in first-class ti ?ut. Mr. Melton docs his own work and of course can guaiantee satisfaction on every job he does. TWO FOR THE PRIOE OF ONE. Wo aro pleased to aunounco that after tbiR week wo nindi be nblo to offor tho DKMOCIIVT with tho (Jharlostou Wookly World for ?t.6o. Aa thia ia campaign year no intelligent voter can road too much. Mil. DRAKE'S OOHN CROP. Wo givo placo thiB week ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 March 1890

FRIDAY, MAROI?" 2?", ?890. BY S. A. BROWN & Co. Published Weekly, TRUSTS AH li MONOPOLIES. HOW A FULL BLOWN TRUST IS FORMED. Origin ?if tlio Milgar Ti UKI-Uuw Corpora tlona IXfiur from Oi-illii-u-y l'ui-tuoruhlptf. How thu Copimr Monopoly lu Su.stiilmxl. Why l'ormora Cimuot Form u Trout. , A trust Is un agreornent among hitor* estell partios to control price? of tho arti cles which they handle in common. Tho parties concerned may ho oithcr persons, stock companies or corporations, For reason;-, afterwards HIIOWII, tho parlies in a trust aro usually corporations. Tho trust agroemont may luivo many forms while aiming at its primary ob ject of controlling pricoB. If there woi'O threo men, each hi business for himself, who controlled among thom tho entire product of ii curtain article, a truu might bo formed by each of thom honor ably agreeing not to sell iii? manufac tures below a certain sum, or, not to sell his manufactures except in certain lo calities. This would practically bo...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 28 March 1890

) ? iltiif: "Do thou Groat Liberty Inspiro our Souls and make our lives iu thy possession happy, or our Doatks Glorious hi thy Just Dofenoo." VOL. XIV. B LINNETTS VILLE, S.-O., MARCH 28. 1890. NO. 16. IlAW G/UXWE. Capo Fo&r and Yatkin Vallov ft. R. 7ra ins mouing Nor'h. Pas? und Mn il. Frciyhl ?? 8 20 a in Loavo Honuottsvillo 0 Si ?15 a in Arrtvo Maxton 8. i) I '? a in Leave Maxton 0. 7 :16 a m Arrive Fivyottovillo 2. 3 15 p in Lonvo " 9 S 68 p*m Loavo S ?ill ord 2 fi 40 ji m Arrivo Greensboro 8 Y ]U li.li? Loft vu* " 0 1? '15 ?i ai Arrivo Mt. Airy 5 No, 1- Uroukfast nt Fftyoltovlll Di it nor at Grooushoro. I Patt. 15 ,t in HA n in 26 a in 05 |> m 00 a in 16 li ni Y i?? is w\ in 00 v ?a Tra?na moving South. l'njs. ami Mail. Freight and Acooia .0 45 n in Leave Mt? Airy ? 30 a tn 0 I? H m Ai vivo Greensboro 1 I? n nt ? 60 a in Leave' Greensboro 7 00 a ni 12 33 n m Leave Sanford 2 i? ii tu 2 ll) pm Arrivo Fayetteville 5 25 j> tn 3 .'H) p in lioavc Fayetteville 7 4? a ni ? 20 ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 28 March 1890

THEMAR ?1 DEMOCRAT FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1000. 13Y S. A. BROWN & Co. Published Weekly, Entered at tho Post Ollioo nb Hounatto* villo, S. 0., an second OIUSH matter. Til JO WIGGINS STORM. Tho terrific storm o?' wind, rain and hail on Saturday afternoon lost, nnet propileo j od hy Wiggins the weather prophet, scorns to have swept tho State. In Sumter, York, Chester, Floi'ouce, Spartan burg nod Union, tho damage to property and loss of lifo was in comparison to tho work ol' tho storm iu our own county. -. ?<;;>?-..... PKN AND SCI SSO KU KAPI IS. - Con. Franois ll. Smith, for fifty years superintendent of tho Virginia Mil itary Institute, died at his home in Lex* ington, Va., on tho 21st. - - The noted Blair hill in Congress has been buried-lor thc present at least. - Col. McMastcr bas been chosen as thc Mayor of Columbia. - Thc Bible has been ruled out of the public schools of Wisconsin by a recent decision of thc Supreme Court. - Tho News and Courier publishes a list of 44 candi...

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