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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 April 1905

"DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY FOR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN.THY CAUSE." VOL. A SHARP REPLY By A. B. Williams to the Slan ders of Bishop Potter ABOUT THE SOUTH. The Editor Challenges the Slanderans New York Bishop to a Show of Hand* ar to the Moral Condi* lion of His Diocese and the South Generally. Blsbop Potter of New York is one ot the pet superstitions of this c un try. He is part of the general Ni w York superstition. Because New York is big, most of ?B as ume that any man who becomes prominent there must be a very large aud great man In deed. We persistently feget, that as many fakirs, humbugs aud light weights rattle and swell arc und in large places In New York us anywhere else in the world. As for Pish* p Pot ter, he bas said and done as many silly things as any old gentleman we know of. A recent experience of bis Indi cates that his manners are as bad as his morals in nome respects are de fective, his judgment ls bad and ...

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. — 7 April 1905

The iVlarll>oro, Democra ??DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY FOR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL.. BENNETTSVILLE, S C., FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 1905. NO.#;?: A SHARP REPLY By A. B. Williams to the Slan ders of Bishop Potter ABOUT THE SOUTH. The Editor Challenges the Slanderans New York Bishop to a Show of Hand? ar to the Moral Condi tion of His Diocese and the South Generally. Bishop Potter of New York is one of tho pet superstitions of Ibis c un try. He is part of the general New York superstition. Because New York ls big, most of us as ume tbat any man who becomes prominent tbere must* be a very large aud great man In deed. We persistently folget that as many fakirs, bumbugs aud light weights rattle and swell ure und in large places in New York as anywhere else In the wurld. As fur Blshi p Put ter, he has 3ald and done as many silly things ?.8 any old gentleman we know of. A recent experience of his Indi cates that his manners ...

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. — 7 April 1905

bi? 106 8, A, BROWN - - - J?ditor Friday Abril 7, 1905. Sabirrlptlon Prices One year.$ 1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 THE FARMERS IN COUNCIL. Enthusiastic Meeting- Monday. Addresses by Smith and Hyatt. Tho Marlboro Cotton Growers As uociation held an interesting and en thusiastic meeting in the Court House Monday and addresses were made by Hon. E. D. Smith, president of the South Carolina Division and financial agent of the Southern Cotton Grower? Association and by Treasurer F. H Hyatt of Columbia The addressei wero timely aud well received. Tin meeting waa a grand success and will go far in improving tho condilion ot our farming interests if no more. If the other counties do SB well as Marl boro success will surely crown the efibr 8 now being made to hold cotton already made and to reduce tho crop of 1905, ns well ns to encourage the making of our broad and meat aup p'ies at homo Air. Smith left on tho evening train for Rockingham. MASS MEETING. NOTICE is hereby given that the...

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. — 7 April 1905

BENNETTSYILLE, S. 0. BY S. A. BROWN A CO. GQlcc cn Marion Street Opposite Masonio Hall, Friday, April 7, 1905. Our Town Oorvernment. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges Y i. D KR.M KN-WP, Breeden, Jr. C. S Chaffin, A. O. Sinclair, \V. W. Pate. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin. Office open daily. POLICE-J. V. David, H. C. Millor. Marlboro County Officers. SHERIFF-J. B. Oreen CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. Drako JDDQB OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin CORONER--C. F. Coviugtou SUPERVISOR-M. IO. Coward SUPT. KDUCATION-W. L. Stanton TREASURER-J. H. Thomas AUDITOR-Chas. I. Sherrill. SENATOR-Joshua H. Hud-on. REPRESENTATIVES-D. D. MoColl, Jr. W. W. Bruce, J. P. CU-MI, MAOISTATES-C. D. Kastcrling, T. L Crosland, Bennettdvillo, II. L. MoLaurin, MoColl John A. Cidhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinson, Blonhoim, D. D. Stubbs, BrightBvdlc, W. W. Irby. Smithville. County Church Directory. Bennettsville Circuit Appointments REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C. First Sunday-11a.m., Pine Grove 3 p. m., Smyrna. Second Sunday, ll a.m. McColl. 3 p. in, Be...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 April 1905

BENlNffiTTSYILLE, S. C. ?Y S. A. BROWN A. CO. Office on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Rall. Friday, April 7, 1905. Our Town Gorvernment. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-W;P. Breeden,.Ir. (J. S Ohaffin. A. G. Sinclair, \V. W. Pate. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin. Office open daily. POLICE-J. P. David, II. C. Millor. Marlboro County Officers. SHERIFF-J. B. Oreen CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. Drake JUDGE OF PROBATE-M. MoLaarin CORONER-C. P. Covington SUPERVISOR-M. 10. Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton TBEASORER-J. H. Thoms* AUDITOR-Chas. I. Sberrill. SENATOR-Joshua II. Hudson. REPRESENTATIVES-D. D. MoColi, Jr. W. W. Bruce, J. P. OKI MACIISTATBH-C D. Eusterling, T. L Crosland, Bennettsvillo, II. L. McLaurin, MoColi J'ihn A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim, D. D. Stubbs, Brightsvdle, W. W. Irby, Smithville. County Church Directory. Bennettsville Circuit Appointments KEV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C. First Sunday-ll a. m., Pine Grove 3 p. m., Smyrna. Second Sunday, ll a.m. McColl. 3 p. ni, ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 April 1905

"STAND PAT!" Hon. John L. McLaurin on the Issues of the Day. INVITED TO SPR'K. He Advises the Panners of the South to Stand Together and Thus Protect Their Interests and Tells How They Can Do If They Will Only "Stand Pat." The following ls the full text of a ?peech dellv ired by Hon. John L. Mc Liurin at Sumter last M-.nday ny lu vltatlon of the pebpi? of that county: Mr. Chairman and Fellow Cit-zens: I thank you for this invitation to address the people of Sumter county on the issues of <he day. It was her?1 that tho. memorable campaign of 1897 opened aud some of you remember when the t >wn bdl pealed out the hour, how John Irby dramatically turned and pointed his finger at mc. said, '"Yonder br-11 has Just tolled the death knell of John L McLaurln." and none present? will ever forget the scene that followed when 1 replied, "Hark from tho tooib a doleful sound." Well, I didn't die Just then, but the old bell hus since rung out a dirge for myself and mauy another, lt ls pretty...

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. — 14 April 1905

The Fell "DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY FOR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL. XX.X BENNETTS VILLE, S.O., FRIDAY. APRIL 14,1905. NO. Jff . i FAMOUS FLAGS Captured Banners of the South that Have Been Returned. ONE OF THIS STATES Has Most Tragic History of Ail in thc Collection, Being Held in Place by a Pile of Dead South Carolin ians at Malvena Hill. Captured July 1. 1822. The Washington Star describes some Of the Confederate battleflags which have been returned to the Seuthcrn States, among them noting the follow ing as of particular interest: A Hag iu the collection that has pei hap8 the most tragic history ot all is numbered '?2 In the list. It is the bat tle Hap: of the famous Palmetto rc gi ment of South Carolina, and the War Department records show that lt was captured at Malvern Hill, near the James River, Ya., July 1, 18112, by Sergt. W. J. Wbittrick of the Eighty second Pennsylvania Volunteers, But terfield's brigad...

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. — 14 April 1905

The "DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY FOR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN_THY CAUSE." VOL. XX-X BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY. APRIL 14,1905. i - -,---. FAMOUS FLAGS. Captured Banners of the South that Have Been Returned. ONE OF THIS STATES Has Most Tragic History of Ali in the Collection, Being Held in Place by a Pile of Dead South Carolin ians at Malvena Hill. Captured July 1. 1S22. The Washington Star describes some of tho Confed?rete battlellags which have been returned to the Seuthern States, among them noting the follow ing as of particular Interest: A flag in the collection that has per haps the most tragic history of all is numbered 32 in the list, lt is the bat tle flag of the famous Palmetto regi ment of South Carolina, and the War Department records show that lt was captured at Malvern Hill, near the James River. Xa.., July 1, lSt?2, by Sergt. W. J. Whlttrick of the Eighty second Pennsylvania Volunteers, But terfield's brigade. I...

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. — 14 April 1905

S. A, BROWN - - - Editor' Friday Aoril 14, 1905. l-"-^_j._agg^^^g" Subscription Frlcei One year.$1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 Attention Camp Henegan The regular meeting of Camp Hene gan No. 766, U. C. V., will be held in the Court Houso at Bennetlsville at lia. m., on tho first Monday in May, 1905. The annual election of ofHcers will be held, and delegates will be chosen to represent our camp at the reunion to be held in Louisville, Ky., in June, aud also tho State Reunion, if any ir to be held. All comrades will come prepared lo pay their dues. All in arrears foi . moro than ono year will be dropped from the roll. A full attendance is de sired, ns business of importance is to be transacted. By order, J. B. GREEN, V. C. C. M. Weatherly, Adjutant. Safe Crackers Caught. Advices were received here Sunday H I te moon that a posso from Wades* boro surprised aud captured two of the party of safe crackers who robbed the bank at Heath Springs the week before. They bad been camping in ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 14 April 1905

. BENNETTSYILLB, S, C. II Y ?. A. nnowN A co. O/jlce on Marton Street Opposite Masonic Hall, Friday. April 14, 1905. Our Town Gorvernment. M A VOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-W P Breeden, Jr, C. 8. Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair. E. Powers. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin. Office open daily. POLICE-i. F. David, H. C. Miller. 1 1 - Marlboro County O?cers. SHERIFF-J. B. Oreen CLERK OF C?.KRK-J. A. Drako JUOOB OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin CORONER-C F. Covington SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward SOPT. KOUOATION-W. L. Stanton TREASURER-J. II. Thoma? AUDITOR-ChaB. I. Sherrill. SENATOR-Jo>hua H. Hud>on, REPRESEN TATIVES- O D MoColl, Jr. W. W. Bruce. J P. ( il ; i ii MAOISCUES-C- D. Enstcrliug, T. L. Crosl ui I. bennettsville, ll. L. M.:Lturin, MoCo John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. A'minson, Blonhoim, 1). D. Stubbs, Brightsvillo, W. W. Irby, Smithville. County Church Directory. Bennettsville Circuit Appointments REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C. First SunJuy-ll a. m., Pine Grove 3 p. m., Smyrna. Second Sunday, ll a.m. ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 14 April 1905

BENNETTSYILLB, S, 0. H Y 8. A. RBOWN A CO. tijftoe on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall. Friday. April 14, 1905. Our Town Gorvernmcnt. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-W P Breeden, Jr, C. S. Chaffin, A. CK Sinclair, E. Powers. CLERK Sc TREASURER-Milton M? Laurin. Office open daily. POLICE-J. F. D*vid, H. C. Millor. Marlboro County Officers. 8H.ERIFF-J. B. Oreen CLERK OP CLERK-J. A. Drake JUDGE OP PaoDATE-Bl. MoLaurin CORONER- C F. Covington SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton TREASUHER-J. H. Thomas AUDITOR-Chas. I. Sherrin. SENATOR-.Io?hua II. livid-on. REPRESENTATIVES-H P McColl, Jr. W. W. Bruce. J. P. ( i> . t> M.vaisr.\iES-C. D. Eastcrliug, T. L. Crosl tu I. Heunettnvillo, ll. L. MoLiurin. MoCull John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. A'iioaoo, Blenhoiua, D. D. Stubbs, Brightflvillo, W? W. Irby. Smithville. Oounty Church Directory. Bennetlsville Circuit Appointments REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C. First Sunday-11a.m., Pine Grove 3 p. m., Smyrna. Second Sunday, ll a.m. McColl....

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 14 April 1905

PLAIN TALK. Rev, Richard Carroll, Colored, Appeals to His Race. EDUCATED NEGROES Me Cialins WU! Not bc a Menace to, But the Ally of the White Man. Pleads for Negro Women. No Race Can Rise Higher Then Its Womanhood. Richard Carroll, a negro Baptist preacher, who ls running an indus trial home near Columbia tor negro orphans, preached to large audiences in Columbia on Sunday, April 2, a doc trine new to nearly all uf his hearers. He believe? that he has a mission in this world, a misslcn to plead for jus tice for the negro, and to plead with the negro to lot alone those things with which they should have naught to do, to aspire to be a worthy fol lower rather than a shiftless leader. The State says while the opera house was not crowded still it is a fact that at the two services probably 1,800 people listened to this eloquent negro. It may be that some might have gone from curicsity, but every one who heard him would go back next Sunday if Carroll were to speak again. The man's eloque...

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 April 1905

I m h? The "DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION nAPPY FOR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL.. XX.^ Marion Parr Faid the Penalt} for Murdering Clarence Shealey. IS J?TRST WHITE MAS Hanged in This State In Eleven Years. The Last White Atan Hanged Was a Greenville Mountaineer Named Morgan. Thc Trial and Execution of Turner. For the first time in ll years a white man was ham ed for murder In South Carolina Friday. Marlon Parr, Ibo young cotton mill operative, who killed the mill buy Clarence Shealey. was barged in the Richland county jail y aid Friday be tween the hours of 10 uno 12 II ?.viuv: been found guilty by a jury of his peers, good rata and true, he was sentenced to die on the gallows, ami the righteousness of the verdict was attested by the confession which Parr made voluntarily to the minister nov many days after I I;; orinvlotion. TIIK LAST CA SB. The last white man hanged In Scu^h Carolina was J. W. J. Morgan, a mountaineer, wh...

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. — 21 April 1905

8, A. SRO WK - - - Editor Friday ADHI 21, 1905, Subscription Price; One year.$ 1.00 Six months. .50 Three months.25 FEN AND SCI8SORQRAPH8 The Grand Lodge K. of H. met in Columbia yesterday. Joe J oder son, the eminent actor, lies dangerously ill in Florida. Tho Epworth League Confer ence met in Columbia yesterday. Colorado had a heavy snow storm last week from 2 to 5 feet deep. David Layton'? big mill wai burned at Florence Friday night last.-some insurance. Col Zimmer mun Davis, of Char leston, will deliver tho memorial address nt Darlington on the 10th of May. Kev. J. C. Roper, of Darlington lost a tine cow last week from cat ting some nitrate of soda that bad been spilled in thc lot. Reduce tho cotton acreage and a victory will be won for thc farm ers. Plant a big crop and become thc laughing slock of the world. "The farmer," says an Exchange "who does not endeavor to raise his homo supplies this year is nu enemy to himself aud working against his neighbor. Thc United States Supr...

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. — 21 April 1905

BENNETTSYILLE, S. C. KY S. A. BROWN & CO. Odtcc OH Marion Street Opposit Masonic Hall. Friday, April 21, 1905. Our Town Gorvernment. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-W I> Breeden, Jr. C. S Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers. CLERK: & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurln. Office open daily. POLICE- J. P. David, il. C. Miller. Marlboro County Officers. SUGRIKK-J. B. Greco CLERK or CLEUK -J. A. Drako Junan OP PROD AIE- -M. MoLauria CORONER-C. F. Coviogtoo SUPERVISOR-M.K Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-W Ii. Stanton TREASURER-J- II. Thoth tu* AUDITOR-Chas. I. Sito? i ill. SKNATOR-Jo.hua II. Hud on. REPR?SENTATIVES-P D McColl, Jr. W. W. Bruce. J. P. I il ? i M AOI8 TAI ES-O- D. Kasterliug, T. L. Cr '?'lui 1. Ueaneltsville, ll. L. Motauriu, McCull John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim, D. D. Stubbs, BrightHVille, W. W. Irby. Smithville. County Church Directory. Bennettsville Circuit Appointments REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C. First Sunday-11a.m., Pine Grove 3 p. m., Smyrna. SocoudSunday, ll a.m. M...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 April 1905

BBNNBTTBYILLB, S. ?. BY H. A.= BIMWH i CO. Ojjice on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall. ....... Friday. April 21, 1905. ... Our Town 'orvernment. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-W P Breeden, Jr, 0. 8 Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers. CLERK & TREASURER-Mdton Mc-1 Laurin. Office open daily. POLICE-J. P. David, H. 0. Millor. Marlboro County Officers. SHERIFF-J. B. Oreen CLERK OF CLEUK -J. A. Drake JUDOB OF PROBATE- -M. MoLaurin CORONER-C. F. Covington SUPERVISOR-M. R t'oward SUPT. KDUCATTON-\V IJ. Stanton TREASURER-J. II. Thomas AUDITOR-Chas. I. She-nd. SENATOR-Jo.hua II. Hud on. REPRESENTATIVES-0 B McColl, Jr. W. W. Bruce, J. P. ( it . i M\nisrAiE8-C- D'. B*Bteriiug, T. L. Cr >.?! in 1. BeonoUsville, ll. L. M.: Lau r in, MoCull John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. A?iasoo, BIoDhoim, D. D. Stubbs, BrightsviUo, W. VY. Irby. Smithville._ County Church Directory. Bennettsville Circuit Appointments REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C. First Sunday-lia. m., Pme Grove 3 p. m., Smyrna. SocoudSunday, ll a....

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 April 1905

BURGLAR SGIENGE Described by a Reformed Yegg man ia His Testimony AGAINST HIS PALS. He Says that South Carolina ls an Easy Proposition for Professional Bur glars. Says Cracking Safes io this State !s Just Like Finding Money. "South Carolina's the easiest State to operate In," said John MoCartby, ahas John O. Dandrell, the reformed yeggman, who has been given a short respite from the Vermont State peni tentiary to come to Charleston as a State's witness to testify in the safe blowlrg and p-jstortlce robbery cases last week In the Untied States circuit court, the remark being made in pre facing a description of the manner in which the y(gg nen do their work. During the past three or four years there have beeu made robberies of safes and vaults in posolllets and banks in South Carolina, and McCar thy was probably telling the truth, when he made the plain and candid statement, the corroboration of the many witnesses to his testimony In the robbery cases, durlrg the past week, having sho...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 April 1905

y_ BURGLAiWlWcl! Described by a Reformed Yegg man in His Testimony AGAINST HIS PALS, tie Says that South Carolina is an Easy Proposition for Professions! Bur? glare. Says Cracking Safes io this State Is Just Like Finding .Money. "South Carolina's the easiest State to operate in," said John McCarthy, alias John O. Dandrell, the reformed yeggmao, who has been given a short respite from the Vermont State peni tentiary to come to Charleston as a State's witness to testify in the safe bio wir g and postolllce robbery casen last week in the Uni'ed States circuit court, the remark being made in pre facing a description of the manner in which the ye gg nen do their work. During the past three or four years there have been made robberies of safes and vaults in pos'otil?is and banks In South Carolina, and McCar thy was probably telling the truth, when he made thc plain and candid statement, the corroboration of the many witnesses to his testimony In the robbery cases, durltg the past week, ha...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 April 1905

BURGLAR SGIENGE Described by a Reformed Yegg man in His Testimony AGAINST HIS PALS, He Says that South Carolina is an Easy Proposition for Professional Bur* glars. Says Cracking Sates in this State Is Just Like Pinding Money. "South Carolina's the easiest State to operate in," said John McCarthy, alias John O. Dandrell, the reformed yeggman, who has been given a short respite from the Vermont State peni tentiary to come to Charlest on as a State's witness to testify in the safe blowlrg and postolllce robbery cases last week in the Uni ed States circuit court, the remark being made in pre facing a description of the manner in which the yr gg nen do their work. During the past three or four years there have been made robberies of safes and vaults in vos oin.M s and banks In South Carolina, and McCar thy was probably telling the truth, when he made the plain and candid statement, tbe corroboration of the many witnesses to his testimony In the robbery cases, during tho past week, having...

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. — 28 April 1905

"DO TnOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY FOR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOIL. XX)( BENNETTS VILLE, s. c., FRIDAY, APRIL 28,1905. A PITHY SPEECH By Senator Newlands on Jeffer son Day in New York. WHO IKK DEMOCRATS The Senator Says thc Real Democrats are in the Republican Party as Well as in the Democratic Party, and that Bryan Will Lead Them to Victor}'. The speech printed below, delivered at a big Democratic gathering in New York on Jefferson Day by Senator Newlands, of "Nevada, is somewhat sensational, but it will be read with interest: What ls Democracy? Who aie Dem oorats, and have we a Demccratic par ty? These are the questions to be de termined before the next national elec tion. Democracy ls a faith, not an as sociation. Dunocrats are those who believe in that faith, not tho. e v. ho are simply enrolled Ju an organization. The Democratic parly should bi a homogeneous association of men who intend to put their faith into prac...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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