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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 April 1890

_"Do thou Groat Liberty Inspire our Souls and mike our lives in tliy^#?sosstb? happy, or four ?'o|t|| Glorious in thy Just Dofonoo." V VOL. XIV. . I??^?T^V^LI^^^ . -flfeS,; 'MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. t/lnivc?-Southern tu ?tl vin. Society Hill nriives daily, at 12 p m. Leaven-Daily, at 5 00 o'clock, a ui. Arrives-Nortliorii mail via Greensboro, N. C.arrivoB daily at 0 45 p tu Leaves- Baily, at S 20 o'clock, a. m. -dmueA-Blenheim, Hod Hill aud Drake . hrflvW audy at 12 o'clock, I??ave?-Daily ut 0;o'clock a. m. Itcavcs-'BonuettHvillo to Cheraw, via Dargan and Quick, Tuesdays and Saturdays, ut 7 a. m. A mors--Sumo days at ti p. Ul. Leaves-Bonnotlsvillo to Lauriuburg via Pearson, Ihiphtsville, Adams ville aud Ncwtonville, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, ut 7.30. Arrives-Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at 3.30. Honnottpviiie posbofltco opens nt 7 o'clock, a m., and closes ol .O p m. All mails opened and distributed upon arrivid. Money Order business close? on Sat urdays, at 12 o'olocK,in. T. L. CR...

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. — 11 April 1890

THRMARLBORO DEMOCRAT FRIDAY. APRIL U, 1890, . , Motored at tho Post Ollico nt IJoonotts vii lo, S. 0., as ne co nd da?? i .nut tor. TI I li FA HM HHS' CANDIDATE. In our la?t issue wo gtivo our readers tho proceedings of a con ference held at Columbia on thc i?7th ultimo. Since then tho Stato press, with lbw exceptions, have talion hold and sifted tho work until they havo gotten it down to a genuine nomination by Tillman and for Tillman, in tho taco of ex press declarations that tho farmers went to Columbia for no other purposo than to cast about for a candidate. Finding that man, and having a majority in the body friendly to him, they simply made the choice then and there and agreed from the outset to ?eavo tho nomination with tho regular Dem ocratic Nominating Convention for acceptance or rejection-only ibis nnd nothing moro. And it is un just and uncharitable to charge JVlr. Tillman, or tho fi tends who support him, with trying to dis rupt the Democratic party. Such talk is all St...

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. — 11 April 1890

. BENNETTS YILLE, S. C. Mi lr ?i t iiiKU?'f.' rf MU I ' " ?*?*? pilleo MtutMiHff. ^OWN W? COUNTY NEWS^ Wf?% APRIL ll, I860. MOON'S l'RABEB FOB APRIL. Full Moon. 5(1. 3U. 24m. M Last Qmvrtor.I2d. 4I1. Sin. M Now Moou.19a. 2b. s mw M First Quarter.26d. lob. 31m. M A HIGH COMPLIMENT. Dr. Johu W. Oorbott, ?o-i of Uov. W. li Corbett, of our town ha? boon clouted Moyer of Caradon for two yeera from April ist. SENTENCE COMMUTED. Jumes Thoniae, who was conviotod at thu September term of court in 18SS bu fore Judge Aldrich for cow Htcaling omi sentenced to ftvo y oars io tho penitentiary, luis lind hts sentence commuted. DEATR'H DOINGS. Tho rrio:d8 of Mr. J. P. Swot c and fai Hy nympatlljoO with there in thu lusa of their littto baby girl Hattie-aged 18 months. Tho funeral norvioon took place | on tho 8tli nt tho family burying grounds near thc residence. TWO FORTHE PRICE OF ONE. We aro pleased to announce that aftur this week we nindi bc able to oller tho DuMoonvr with thc Charleston Weekly...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 April 1890

.Published W eekly, FRIDAY. APRIL % 1890. BY S. A. BROWN & Co. SI?EI?P A N I) TIlKIll TOI50KS HOW PROTECTED WOOL RESTRICTS THE MANUFACTURER. No Citrpttt Wool IM Gi ow ll in tho United States-Manufacturer* ?ii nut A l wu j H lin ve Aunt rallan Wool lo Malro Fino Dr.'SS (loo UH-How l'i<it< <Him Cut* Itotli Way?. Wool is ti Htaplo of infinito variety, No two sheep, oven of tho sanio breed and pasturing on tito same grass land, will .vield fleeces Unit will brine; exactly the Kamo price. So with brcedB of sheep and their nat ural pasturage. A hundred sheep tiru transported from Saxony to Yorkshire, j England. In a few years' time tho line merino wool of tho Saxon sheep will either bo considerably coarser iii quality or lighter in weight. Experience in sheep breeding luis taught the wool growers of the world that certain localities aro host suited for curtain breeds ol' sheep, lt does not fol low that any of these breeds should be of ti previously known variety. The great Ho...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 April 1890

r rt ip Jr t v f vj|r "Do thou Great Liberty Inspire our Souls and make our lives in thy poss lill i r^iu I BK un ?R'slon happy, or our Deaths Glorious in thy Just Defence." BENNETTS VILLE, S. C.. APRIL 25, 1890. Leaved Afrive? MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. Arrives-Southern mail vin. Sooioty Hill arrives daily, ut 12 p m. Leaves -Daily, at 5 00 o'clock, a m. Arrives-N-n thoru mail via Greensboro, N, 0.Mnrnves daily at G.45 p tu DuiU',, nt 8 20 o'clock, a. m. BlcjjdiCjim. Rqd Hill nod Drake nrnyea dally ot 12 o'clock. //Oaves-Daily nt 0 o'clock n. m. Leaves- Kommt t.svillo to- Ohortuv, via Dargan and (Juick, Tuosdays and ?aturdays, at 7 n, m. Arrives-Same days ?it ft p. tu. Leaves-Bennettsvillo to Laurinburg via Pearson, Ihiglitsvillc, Adams ville nnd Newtonvillo, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, nt 7.30. Arrives-Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day ut 3.30 BonncUsvillo post-office opous at 7 o'clock, am., and closes nt 5 p m. All mails opened nud distributed upon arrival. XKtf Monoy Onlcr bushiest* cl...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 April 1890

"Published Weekly, iMiai mu? m ?nm II im in nm II i II ???m i ?un? 11 i nn 'illili BY S. A. 11ROWN & Co. " FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1890. Entorcd nt tho PoBt OIHoc nt ll o imo tts ville, S. C., a? second eins?.limiter. Tun j.H?MOt'KA'i ia not responsi ble foi i!i" view? f its correspond on l ii, Qui L?O lu nus have been open to tiny nu all wlio wish to write upon aabject or matter for t in.' common od. Wo do be lieve 'ii ,i : sj joh and a free I res?, when rm ;i the bounds of propriety and ts hopo our friends on ci tb tn sid - I I MC fence, as well ns tilos on ll fence, will talk ?MI f.. ft is in * ? ii * way wo educate ti y , >? !.. ?i nO ino- out thc rou] .acts of thc 111 sp U tos. \ i "j 1 ' CASE. 'n.t. ('.MvcKierJi'dd Advertiser oom , i>| tho ol' Jones, Wood i ,, , ti lid Sims. ; ' .': '.Vf th. ii Mowing is so small . ; i i H i d if> it is not be . \ i i carry the State, wi , i . to organ izo a force \".i;;.'U li j iii v 1 A ts t for the farmers Iii hoi i o ich wore open t...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 April 1890

11111:111 T-? .l-l J-.-l-^ J .V??'nr?l/lu IT UuiloJLl?u. 1/U L.iJ??.Ly . BV S. A. liROWN & Co. FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1890 Eutorcd at tho Post Oillco at Henrietta, ville, S. C., U8 aecoiKt elana.matter. Myir.V.'JURIV+ir MM--I Tn K DivMQi li 1 < is not responsi vo (bi vi? f its correspond ents, < )ui ?iii nus havo been open u? tim i ntl ali wlio wUh to write npofi any abject or matter ! , ; lie om l ui . od. Wo do be lie v<! Mt free : )eh and a free press, win ii ru :i tho bounds o? pr< ,i : hope our friends on eithdi I 'io fence, as wei ns f?ioso i! fence, will talk ont. lt is tn tl way wo educate il? i vc? ?plo .md l.'iing out tho real .acts ot' i lie disputes, Ol J 'CASIO. 11 , i *',.. .. Advertiser coni , ... (he ot' Jones, Wood ..... . a nd Si lils, : nian I Hewing is so small ? d if- it is not bc . \. i . i 1 ear ry the State, , - i . o organize a force j loJj/hl him V i t for tho farmers (o hoi ich wore open tb Iii ? delegates lo the di tow in tho name iii' num' i i...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 April 1890

BENNETTSYiLLE, S. O, JtV TS. ?. KPCOWX & 4JO. ?/J/ee /? Z*os? O/jf?co JtutMiiif/. PRIMAY, AP5JL 18, 18S0. And Keep iL If not, A nv i? ?VIM 01? ivn mw VP lilli il) 1 ii MOOD'S PHASES B'OIl APJRIL. Full Moon. 5?1- 3?. 24 m. M li?rjt Quarter.tad, 4?1. 5<n. M Now Moon.I Oil. 2h. 51111. M First Quarter.26J. loh. 31m. M ( . a was called on Wodneo ri..p 0 Methul section to in .. . > liioh it ia enid rosultod 11 two tenants of Mr. Willis Turlington. Full roport next week. KC UTK DISCONTINUED. Tho Mail ronlo lo Dargan, Quick ami Kol'.O?k fi om Kennoltsvillo, which lui? been in operation for HOIUC time, baa boon dis continued aud tho cilices nt each. Our subscribers al Quick can got their paperB ehanged to oither Ohcraw or Hannett Bvillc. WHO WANTS THE PEACE9 Freo tuition is offered to ono young lady from cacb county of thc State, by tho Gou verne Female College, of Spurtanbnrg. )f any young Ind y Iii this county wanta the place, abe should apply ut once to Commis sioner Calhoun. A ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 April 1890

BBNNETTSYILLE, S. C, "**JIY tt. A. MJtOWN A. <UO. C>/;/f? m I'??* Office lUttltUnih e*T0WN 4NJ GOU^^ PRIMAY, A PEIL 18,18S0. r vi 00 fe SB yl/^rZ Tfto/? ii. 7/* radi, MOOD'S PHASES FOU ?PJXIXi. Fujj Moon. 3?? 24m? M liant QuArtor.i^d. 4I1. Sm. M Now Moon.I Od. 2I1. 51111. M First Quarter.?6d. 10h. 31m. M t.'oroi . .. u was called ott Wcducs ??0 '., iii I ho Rcthol tiootiuu to in Inch it ?H onid roattltod . . II two tenants of Mr. WillU Turlington. Full roport noxb week, ROUTE DISCONTINUED. Tho mail ronlo to Daigna, Quick ami Kuliook fioio Ponnetlavillo, whick han been in operation Cor eome timo, liaH been dis continued nod tho o?llccs nt ench. Our HUbs?ri?erd nt Quick can got their papers, changed to either O horn w or Hen ne tb svillo. WHO WANTS T?IJ3 PEACE!1 Freo tuition is offered to ono young lady from each county of tho Stale, by tho C011 verso Fomalo College, of Spartanburg. If nny young Indy in this county wnnts thc piuco HIIO should apply nt once lo Commis nioner Calho...

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. — 25 April 1890

Published Weekly. BY S. A. BROWN & Co. FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1890.""" Entorcd at th?? Post OIUco nt Hounottn vi.Uo, S. O., as BCCOIU\ class mailor. OUIt CANDIDATE. Como farmers and lot us stand Tillman is our choice, support him like n mau ; , , . United is tho link which form thc lasting band, Tillman is tho farmers' choice, bo a Tdlmau man. See. seo, tho divided hoar. Disunited aro ready to disband, Stand ! stand ! ye sturdy sons, Cry aloud, wc arc a Tillman man. We, you know, desire no foe, But give us a shine ol' man : We rospect tho ono who on virtue hangs, ? Speak out boys? wo aro a Tillman man, (live us a place in tho Congross hall, (jrivo us a chance as a national man; Give us tho name of a farmer boy. Wc will prove to you we arc a Tillman mau. Lnunoh your boat and null for shore, Shun thc rocks and li? lid to tho oar, Stcar clear, boys, don't striko sand. Provo, io tho. critics you aro a Tillman man. TAU II KEL. Blenheim, S. C., April 11, 1890. positively McKinley'H linton*...

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. — 11 July 1890

"Do thou Groat Liborty Inspire our Souls and inako our livoa in tliy possession happy, or our Deaths Glorious in thy Just Dofonoo." VOL. XIV. BENNETTSVILLE, S. O?, JULY ll, 1890. MAIL "AMAZEMENTS. Arrives-Southern mail vi?. Soojoty Hill arrives daily, at 12 p tn. Leaves-Daily, at 6 UO o'clock, u tu. Arrives-*Northern undi via Greensboro, N. U., arrives daily at 0.45 p m . Leaves- Daily,'at 8 20o'ol6ok, s.'uu. Arrives -Jrto'ohoiih, ll?ttlllllatyl D?ake arrives dailt' aP 12 O'clock, Leaven-Daily at O' ? clock a. m. Jjcaves- Bonnettsvillo to Chcraw, via Dargan and Quick, Tuesdays and Saturdays, at 7 a. m. Arrives-Samo days at ? p. in. Leaves-Ilennettsvillo to Lauriuburg via Pearson, Ilrightsvillo, Adams ville and Newtonvillo, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 7.30. Arrives-Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at 3.30. Ilennettsvillo post-offico opens at 7 o'clock, a m., and ojosos at 5 n m. AM mails opened aud distributed upon arrival. jir*r~ Monoy Order business cloaos on Sat* UruttyS, at 2...

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. — 11 July 1890

m/ ., s ll wm wm "Do thou Groat Liberty Inspiro our Souls and mako our livos in thy possession happy, or our Doutha Glorious in thy Just Dofonco." VOL.. XIV. BENNETTSVILLE, S. C,, JULY ll, 1890, !NO, 31 MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. Arrives-Southern mail vin. Society Hill arrives daily, at 12 pm. Leaves-Daily, at 5 00 o'clock, a m. Arrives- Noythqru mail via Greensboro, N, C., arrives daily ut 0.45 p m Leaves- Dully, Vat 8 20 o'clock, Arrives-Blenheim, IteU Hill'ar|d Drake arrives dailv ar 12 o'clock, Leaves-Daily at 0 ? cluck a. m. Leaves-Bonnettsvillo to Gberaw, vin Dargan and Quick, Tuesdays and Saturdays, at 7 a. m. Arrives-Samo days at 6 p. tri. Leaves- Bonnottsvillo to Lnurinburg via Pearson, Briphtsvillo, Adams ville aud Newtonvillo, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 7.30, Arrives-Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at 3.30. Bonnottsvillo post?omco opons at 7 o'clock, a m., and ojosos at 5 p m. All mails opened aud distributed upon arrival. ??*r- Monoy Order busInosB CIOBOR on Sat urdays, at...

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. — 11 July 1890

Hv g A- 1,-?koWN Co, FRIDAY, JULY ll, 1800. Publisher! Weeklyi UMBI Kn lonni ut tho l'o.st Olllco ut li? uno tis villo, S. O., tis Hcooml ol?ais mutter. OUR CANDIDATE, FOR GOVERNOR OF SOUTH CAROLINA, B. B. T OK EDGEFIHIiD. Snhjoct lo tho notion of tho Doilioortltlo Sltilo Convention. THEY DI 13 ll A llb. The political contest among thc ibomocrals of tho State luis already mudo au interesting chapter, and ono which has thrust upoii thoso who think, and wlio uro not biased in their views hy tho "Ring'' tac tics, or personal considerations, nu unanswerable argument in fa vor of overthrowing tho "Ring." Tho political bosses,?nth thoir organs-tho News and (.\ntrier and thc Col umina ?iog ister-have fought desperately to maintain thoir exalted position, and to de feat thc wishes of the people, and to thus overthrow tho cardinal principle of true democracy itself. This is ii grave charge, but thc facts in thc ouse justify it and su bs tn niiato it. When a set of politicians got in power an...

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. — 11 July 1890

"BENNET?BYILLE, S, ?, j ?V H. A. .??O?Vli & co. W5 GENTS PER ANNUM. -4 o/;?c'o iii p?se o/;?<w nu tua nu. FRIDAY, JULY ll, SIP I I , ?TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS^ M A S I O N' D i ST R I CT. '???m POUND 1890. Ueunottavlllo ot', Pino Orovo, July 5, 6 frorth Marmott?, August 9, io JUonholm, nobrpy, > 11 Auguht 1 ?, 17 Homiottsvillo utation, Hophinibcr 6, 7 CUo, . September, 13. 14 1_,.....;i.:i!-.f =-- ??A.--. ??VJ.J'J : Appoint mon tB for Olio Circuit. REV, JNO. MA N N I N G , P , C . First Sunday. Olio, ir a.m.; Beulah, 4 p. m. Second Sunday, Manning Chapel, 11 a. m.; Bethlehem, 4 P- m. Third Sunday, lieulah, ii a. tn.; Clio, 1 p. m. frnOrth C.,.,.I-.. * OJ.... ounua). bethlehem, 11 a. m.; Manning 4 p. m. Protracted meetings will commence isl Sunday in July at Clio ; 3rd Sunday in July at Delilah ; 2nd Sunday in Aug ust at Manning Chapel ; 4U1 Sunday 111 August al Bethlehem. . .. >? rsa. .'iir AOllOBS T?IK WAT1-IU8. A telegram from Hov. A. J. S. Thouin? nnnouncen bin nnfo arri...

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. — 11 July 1890

FRIDAY, JULY ll, mo. V i i b I i s .b B ri AA/ BB'kly. lint creel ut tho Tost Olllco nt Uomio tin ville, S. (J an .second oluss matter. Kluvo Colony or siorm 1,0011?. I A humber of slaves, who liad claim ed their freedom in England, wcro bogging and starvingabout tho streets of Loudon, and, after consultation with some of the men thonisolyos, Sharp determined to send a number of tbein RS settlers lo tho roust of Afriea. .in 1781? about 'IOU negroes wore thus i<eut out ttrfeierra Loone, with about sixty J'uiroueans, chiefly worn on. A grant of land was obtained from a neighboring chief, but from its very infancy ibo lil I lo colony was beset willi numerous di(}loultlOS. Disease broke out on board the ship before tho settlers bud even lauded and worse still, most of tho Europeans wcro in duced by the oller of high wages to. take SOi'vieo willi thc slave dealers. Things were going from bad lo worse, when Sharp sent out, princi pally at bis own exponSe, another ship with suppl i os f...

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. — 11 July 1890

3?RH)AY> JULY ll, J800. PiibUshBd Warikly, Entered ul Un; Post Ofllco at Benno tts viii?, S. (J., as .second chins maller. Slav?? Colony of Sl?rrit IHXHIO. I A number ol' slaves, who had claim- i cd (heir freedom in England, wero bogging ami starving about tlio streets of Loudon, and, aller consultation willi some of Um men themselves, Sharp determined to send u number of thuin ss settlers to tho coast of Africa, .in 1780 about dOO nogroes wero (bus .cut out to*&iorra Loone, with about sixty Europeans, ohiolry worn ou. A [(raitt of land was obtained from a lieighboring chief, but from ils very infancy the little colony was beset with numerous dillloulties. Disenso broke out on board the ship before Ibo settlors had oven lauded and worse still, most of tho Europeans word in duced hy tho oller of nigh wages to. talco sor vico with tho slave dealers. Things woco going from bad to worse, when Sharp sent out, princi pally at his own expense, another ship With supplies for tho colo...

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. — 18 July 1890

" 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. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. idnivcs-Southern mail vin. Sooioty Hill arrives daily, at Iii p tn. /rcat-cs-Daily, at 5 OH o'ohmk, a tn. Arrives- Northern mail vin 0. reenshoro, N. C., m rives daily nt (5.-15 p tn //iW".tS_ D iily. ot S'JO o'clock, a. m. Arrives-Blenheim, Hod Hill and Drake arrives daily nt 12 o'clock. Leaven-Daily ut (j o'clock a- m. Leaves-^ Hcniiettsville to Chornw, via Dargan and Quick, Tuesdays and Saturdays, ul 7 a. m. Arrives-Same days at 0 p. m. Leaves- lhmuetlsvillo to Laurinbing vin Pearson, Briphtsville, Adams ville and Ncwtonvillo, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 7.M. A rrives-Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at 3.30. Bonncttsvillo post-office opens at 7 o'clock, n m., and closes at f> p m. All mails opened aud distributed upon art ?val. .Money Ont or business elosos on Sat urdays, ut 12 o'el(>eK,iu. T. ...

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. — 18 July 1890

HV V. A. IJKQWN & Co. JULY ly, 1890. l;Hj,L)U5l)?d W i":t-;rly. OUR CANDIDATE. m int o? OTK CAKOUXA, Or EDOEKIELtJ. Subject to thu tint foi) of tho. Democratic stau Convention. MARLB ')RO'S CAMPAIGN DAY! 3,000 PEOPLE PRESENT. 77/A' /;/vVS7' O?' OIWI'JR AND A (JUA ll MI Nd MEETING. The Peoples' Candidato Carried to tho Stand on tho Shoulders ol' tho Farmers. KAU LE, TILLMAN, BONHAM, KAHLEY, MAYFIELD AND TOWNSEND ADDRESSED THE CROWD. The People Solid for Tillman. Tho meeting was held in the shady i.arlc ol' tht. Masonic Jin.!! nn?l tho bland creeled in rear of tho building, which wtis handsomely tri m m ed with evergreens, Howers, corn stalks, col ton .talks, mm tassels, Aie., hythe Indies tit tin early hour Tuesday morn ing. The only huh I i og about tho stand was an Karlo and Brutton Hag which ibo lew friends wished to dla? play. At 10.20 the crowd mnilc tor tho stand. Thc speakers, except Ti i lman, walked from tho Adams House in company with friends. Mr. Ti 11 mini took a carr...

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. — 15 August 1890

VOL. XIV. "Do thou Great Liberty Inspire our Souls and make our livos in thy possession hapnyf or our Doaths Glorious in thy Just Defenoo." BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., ?-AUGUST 15, 1890. --.- - i i---.-~T_J_ AJHiAAJN JJJilViJ?iN ld. Arrives-Southern, mail via. Socioty HUI arri voa daily, al 12 p UJ. Leaves- Daily, nt 5 00 o'clock, a m. Arrives-Northum mail via Urocnsboro, N. ('., arrives daily at 0 15 p m Leaves- Daily, nt 8 20 o'clock, a. iii. ArMves-JiIbuiliolin; Ked Hill and Drake arrives daily at 12 o'clock. Leaven-Dully tit 6 o'clock a. iii. Leaves-Bonnettsvillo to Laurinburg vin Pearson. Brujhtsvillo, Adams* ville mid Nowlonville, Monday, Wodno?duy and Friday, at 7..'IO. Arrives-Tuesday, Thursday and Satur dny'nt 3.30. Bonnottsvillo post^oflico opens at V o'clock, a m., and closes at f> p m. All mails opened and distributed upon arrival. fi?H" Mouoy 0riler butduoss CIOBOA on Snt urduys, nt I'Z O'OIOCK, in. T. ?,). CtlOSIiANI), 1?. M. Railroad Guide. Capo Fear and Yadkin Vallov K....

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. — 15 August 1890

; mmn O? mu CAROLINA, ). fi. ULLMAN, o!< I;DQEFIBLD. tu (Ito notion of tho Douioorntlo Hiato Convon ion. a NOTU KR INFAMOUS CUT. Tho latest infamous cut at tho (armors is tho proposed increase of turill on cotton tics from 35 to 103 nor cont. Woll, if tho rascals sue recd in thoir wicked purpose to raise tho prico of cotton tics, tho only romedy fa a roturo to ropo. Mako the bales smaller nod hnvo sworn snm])ies ready for inspection ht tho sales of cadi lot. Tho devils cnn bo whipped in this f tho fanners stand linn. POLITICAL CHAT. AT HOME AND AOltOAI). mun dar ried (ivory county in I 00 1 )oo eon ni ry. tb < !arOlin>v*tf iioty . <v c from !??li*i?)\cht, abd his is i-, t'?. ',,:,i\\>au. lip salvation ul' Ibo Ke^i hil OJ riri.y depend.* r,\>\"> i^isiiin^ tl, nt roi 'lie ? ' des, it loud d'.?;-: fia--- now ? M ' j arion a? ul I )ur lingi ip ? .,,) i;'t\f;' Siiti ?dtiio?sc tor ?; < ?hort?rliolll and M tiri o pl diibd to sup po ri no mun : pympittby willi ino Fo...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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