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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 May 1905

8. kt; BROWN - - - Editor] Friday Ma? 19, 1905. Subscription Prlctl Ono year.$ 1.001 Six months.60 ' Th roo months.251 SUNDAY SCHOOL CONFERENCE rfic seventeenth annual confer ence bf Methodist Sunday schools of Marlboro was held at the historic eh ti reit at Hebron on Friday and Saturday last. Rev. D. H. Everett in behalf of Hebron community welcomed the conference aud Bro. J. F. Everett of Bennettsville heartily responded in behalf of the conference. Bro. P. A. Hodges of Bennetts ville presided on Friday, and Bro. Cary T. Fasterling of Beauty Spot, who is always willing to devote two days to the success of the conference presided on Saturday. Thc attendance both dave, in spite of the rains and demands at home, vas fairly Rood, nod the interest man i eated was indeed inspiring to th* speakers. v lleva. McK'ssick, Shuler, Baker, Morris, Evorctt and (?nick were with in on Friday and RKVS Baker, Dun? hip, McLuurin and Everett Saturdaj und their presence appreciated. Among thc lay workc...

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. — 19 May 1905

tf. .1. It MOWN - - - Editor Friday May 19, 1905. Suljxrrlptlon I"rico: Ono year.$1.00 ?Six months.50 Three months.25 SUNDAY SCHOOL CONFERENCE rfie seventeenth annual confer ence of Methodist Suuday schools of Marlboro was held at the historic ?linnell ot Hebron on Friday and Saturday last. Kev. D. H. Everett in behalf of Hebron community welcomed the conf?rence and Bro. J. P. Everett of Benncttsvillc heartily responded in behalf of thc conference. Bro. P. A. Hodges of Bennetts ville presided on Friday, and Bro. Cary T. Fosterling of Beauty Spot, who is always willing to devote two ?lays to the success of the conference presided on Saturday. Thc attendance both days, in spite ol tho rains and deraauds at home, vas fairly good, and the interest n.an i t sud was indeed inspiring to lb* speakers. N lleve. McKissiok, Shuter, Baker, Morris, Everett and Quick were willi II? on Friday and li??va Baker, Dun hill, M (Lau ri II nud Everett Saturday mid their presence appreciated. Among thc la...

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. — 19 May 1905

BEN1TETTSYILLB, S. G. ? Y ?. A. IIBOWN * CO. Ojjtve on Marion Street Opposite Milson io Hall. Friday, May 19, 1906. Our Town Gorvernment, M.\VOR-P. A. Hodges A I* l> K K MEN-W P Breeder., Jr. C. 8 Chaffin, A. 0. Sinclair, E. Powers. CLERK & TREASURKK-Milton Mc Laurin. Office open daily. POLICE-H. P. Miller. Sim Maxley. Marlboro County Officers, SHERIFF-J. R. Oreen CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. Drake JUDOE OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurio CORONER-G. A. McCall SUPERVISOR-M . E. Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. St anton TREASURER-J. H. Thouin* AODiroa-Chas. I. Sher t ill. SENATOR-Jo?hua H. il ml on, REPRESENTATIVES-H. D. MoColl, Jr. Vf. W. Bruco, J. P.Gillon MAOISTAIES-C. D. Eastcrliug, T. L. Cronin I. Bennettsville, ll. L, MoLaurio, MoColl Jobo A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J Atkinson, Blonheim, T. 1'. Stubbs, BrightHvdlo, W. \V. Irby, Smithville. County Church Directory. Bennettsville Circuit Appointments KEV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C. First Sunday-ll a. m., Pino Grove 3 p. m., Smyrna. Second Sunday, ll a. m. McCo...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 May 1905

BBNNBTTSYILLB, S. C. ?V S. A. It BOWN ACO. Ojjive on Marion Street Oppotite Manonio Hall. Friday. May 19, 1906. Our Town Gorvernment. M A VOR-P. A. Hodges ALUKKMEN-W P Bree dc.., Jr, C. 8 Chaffin, A. O. Sinclair, K. Powers. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin. Office open daily. POLICE-H. P. Miller. Sim Bazley. Marlboro County Officers. SUERIFF-J. B. Oreen CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. Drake JUDOE OF PRORATE-M. MoLaurin COBON ER--G. A, McCall SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-Wi L. Stanton TREASURER-J. H. Thomas AUDITOR-Chas. I. Shcirill. SENATOR-Joshua H. Hud-on, REPRESENTATIVES-D. D. McColl, Jr. W. W? Bruce, J. P.Gib.-ou M vaisr.MES-C D. Eastcrliug, T. L. Cro-ditil. Bennettsville, ll. L. McUurin, MoCoU John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J A? (vinson, Blenheim, T. P. Stubbs, HrightHville, V\r. W. Irby, Smithville. County Church Directory. Bennettsville Circuit Appointments REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C. First Sunday-ll a. m., Pine Grove 3 p. m., Smyrna. Second Sunday, ll a.m. McColl. 3 p. m, Beau...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 May 1905

WAR TIME TALE A Confederate Soldier's Escape from Prison and Death, WHEN THE CIVIL WAR Was Oiling On, as Told by His Daugh ter la the Confederate Veteran Alag azlnc. He Was Under Sen tence of Death, but Gave Sherman the Slip. The following interesting sketch from the diary of the late Capt. M. A. Miller of how he made his escape from "Irving Blcck" prison at Mem phis ls furnlsbed by bis daughter, Mrs. Wm. It. Vawter of Richmond, Va. "I have one man ucder s?nterce of death for smuggling arms across the lines, and 1 hope Mr Lircolu will approve it." The above is a quotation fr?m a letter of Gen. W. T. Sherman to his brother John after the capture of Memphis, Tenn. And herewith is a sketch of how that "one man," Capt. Matthews Amos Miller, made his escape from prism. Capt. Miher, was assistant city engineer of Mem phis at the commencement of thc war: A number of thc engineers and ar chitccts formed a con pahj of sappers and miners of which we va re the e lli cers and some of our best m...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 May 1905

The iVlarlbor Democrat 3 ll "DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IK THY POSSESSION HAPPY FOR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE. VOL. XXK BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1905, NO, SST -V WAGES OF SIN A Florida Man Kills Himself in a New York Hotel. A WOMvN WITH HIM The Man and Woman Eloped from De land, Fla., and the Former, Bccom IHR Ccnsclencc Striken, Ended His life bY Takinjj Mor phine. He Left Letters. Herbert Leon Kepler, a book keep er whose home was in Deland, Fla., died In a r om In Si sen's hotel at 46th street and Sixth avenue, New York, Thursday, (rom morphine poisoning. With him at the time was a woman who told the o -lice that her name was Mrs Dona Miller and that she left Deland with Kepler two weeks ago. Mrs. Miller said Kepler was the son of a Djland physician and that he left Florida suddenly bi cause of same trouble which be got into there. Mrs. Miller said she left her husband to come with Kepler. She was detain ed by the police. In t...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 May 1905

The iVlarlboro' Democrat 6IL "DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IljfTHY POSSESSION HAPPY FOR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE.' VOL. xx^ BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1905, NO, 38T WAGES OF SIN A Florida Man Kills Himself in a New York Hotel. A WOM^N WITH HIM The Man and Woman Eloped from De land, Fla., and the Former, Becom ing Ccnscience Striken, Ended His life hy Taking Mor phine. He Left Letters. Herbert Leon Kepler, a book keep er whose home was in Deland, Fla., died in a r om In Si sen's botel at 4Gth street and Sixth avenue, New York, Thursday, from morphine polsoniug. With him at the time was a woman who told the o dice that her name was Mrs Dona Miller and that she left Deland with K pier two weeks ago. Mrs. Miller said Kepler was the Bon of a D?land physician and that he left Florida suddenly because of some trouhle which he got Into there. Mrs. Miller said she left her husband to come with Kepler. She was detain ed by the police. In the...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 May 1905

The Marlbor?' Democrat.33 _ __._i.: -_ _ ? ~ ; ;-?- . "DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES Ii^ THY POSSESSION HAPPY FOR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." __._ ---?--'-----?-" --J_--.-:_ 1 VOL. SXK BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1905, NO, 2ST i WAGES OF SIN A Florida Man Kills Himself in a New York Hotel. A WOMvN WITH HIM The Man and Woman Eloped from De land, Fla., and the Former, Becom ing Conscience Striken, Ended His life pY Taking Mor phine. He Left Letters. Herbert Leon Kepler, a book keep er whose home was In Deland, Fla., died In a r om In Siren's hotel at 46th street and Sixth avenue, Now York, Thursday, from morphine poisoning. With him at the time was a woman who told the o 'lice that ber name was Mrs Dona Miller and that ehe left Deland with K pier two weeks ago. Mrs. Miller said Kepler was the Bon of a D.'land physician and that he left Florida suddenly bi cause of some trouble which he gut into there. Mrs. Miller saki alie lef c her hus...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 May 1905

THE MARLBORO DEMOCRAT S. A. BROWN - - - Editor Friday May 26, 1905. au..1 _ . Habicrlptlo? I'rlccx Ono year.-$1.00 Six months.50 Three months..25 Get Heady for This Trip. Thursday morning next June 1 The Seaboard Air Line will run an Excursion from Bcnnettsville to Columbia. Among the chief intrudions that day will be a game of Base Ball between Char leston and Columbia. The fare for round trip will be $1.50. Train will loavo Bcnnettsville at 7.05 a. m., and arrive in Columbia 11.45 a m. Returning leave Col umbia at 7.80 p. tu. and arrive in Bcnnettsville 11.20. Every comfort and convenience will be provided. The Only Way to Check lt. Thc Floreuce Times expresses our sentiments on liquor drinking when it says : ' Tho best and only way to make people keep sober and chock drinking is to rule drinking out of good company. Make it unpopular und discreditable to be seen drunk anywhere. Just as long us it ?B popular to order it from Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia, or buy it from the...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 May 1905

BENNETTSYILLE, S. C. ?Y S. A. BROWN & CO. Office on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall, Friday, May 26, 1905. Our -Town tforvernttien/. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges AL.DKit.MEN-W P. Breeden, Jr. C. S Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin. Odice open daily. POLICE-II. P. Miller. Sim flaxley. Marlboro County Officers. SHERIFF-J.B. Greco CLERK OV CLERK-J. A. Drako JUDGE OF PROUATE-M. MoLaurin CORONER-G. A. McCall SUPERVISOR-M. K. Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-\V, L, St nu ion TREASURER-J. II. Thomas AUDITOR-Chas. I. Sherrill. SENATOR-Jo>hua II. ll ml-on. REPREBKNTATIVES-D. D. M?Coll, Jr. W. W. Bruco, J. P.Gihsoo MAOIS TATES-C. D. Easterlies, T. L. Crosland, Bennet taville, II. L. Mei. mi in, MoColl John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinson. Blonhoim, T. P. Stubbs, Brightsvillo, W. W. Irby, Smithville. County Church Directory, ?ennettsville Circuit Appointments REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C. First Sunday-ll a. m., Pino Grove 3 p. m., Smyrna. SoooudSunday, ll a.m. MoCol...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 May 1905

A GRUEL MURDER. James Miller, a Brave Confeder ate Soldier, Shot to Death BY FEDERAL TROOPS On the Order of General Sherman in Re? tallatlon, as He Claimed. Gener al Wade Hampton's Threat to Shoot Two for One Sav ed Several Others. To the Editor of The Sunday News: The mentiou made about the shooting of Jas Miller, a Confederate soldier, by Federal troops, in retaliation, which appeared i n Saturday, April 22, has brought to my mind most vividly the Bad incident, having seen a draw ing of lots to decide who should be shot. It was genet ally understood by all of us who were prisoners at tho time under Sherman, that lt was through Gen. Sherman's order that lt was done, and as a revenge for the al leged killing by one of Hampton's cav airy of a Federal prisoner. As prison ers we were, of ourse, kept in ignor ance of what really did transpire to cause or bring about ttiis retaliation and I cannot, therefore, assert posi tively that such was the real cause that led to the retaliation, bu...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 June 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 RUNAWAY GAR On the Aiken and Augusta Trol ley Line Ran Into and SMASHED TO PIECES A Passenger Car On Its Way from Alkea to Augusta. Two of the Crew Killed and Six Other Persons Injured. How It Occurred. Two person were killed, three fat ally hurt and three others more or less injured Thursday night in a colli sion on the Acgusta-Alken Raliway line, near Clearwater, between a regu lar passenger car and a runaway coal car. Motorman J. E. noldman, in charge of the passenger, car, was In Btantly killed, his head being literally crushed from his body. Felix Boddie, an extra man on thc road, who was enroutetothecity, and in the front end of the car, was fright fully mashed, receiving internal in juries, and both legs were broken. II - 'lived until the relief car reached Broad street. Three of the irjjured, C...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 June 1905

8, A> BROWN - - - Editor Friday June 2, 1905. rSubscr'.ptlon Prleas One year.$ 1.00 Six months.BO Three months.25 PEN AND SCISSOR GRAPHS Shipments ol' pouches aro beiu{ made from this State, of the eueec variety. The Qtate Summer School at| Clemson tor Teachers will be held June 21st to July 19th. Frost in the peach sections of I tho North have seriously dama-1 ged the crops. Nearly all the mill dams in Darlington county were swept away last Friday. The crops in many places were then two feet under water. Hurtsville had a severe exper ience Friday evening, when the st reefs of tho town were Hooded with water three feet deep. The damage to crops was terrible. The coi ner stone of Darling ton's new Episcopal church was laid Wednesday evening by Kev. A. R. Mitchell, cf Green ville. Rev. IL. H. Covington of Sumter delivered an address. The conductor and engineer | of the noted "Ogdon special" hu ve been discharged from the railroad service by the Southern for violation of rules causi...

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 June 1905

BENNETTSVILLE, B. 0. WV ?. A. BROWN & CO. Office on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall. 'Friday. June 2, 1905. Oar Town Oorvernment. M A VOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-W I* Breeden, Jr, (J. S C tia H'm, A. 0. Sinclair, E. Powers. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin. Oflice open daily. POLICE-ll. P. Miller, Sim Batley. Marlboro County Officers. SHERIFF-J.B. Oreen CLF.UK OF CLERK-J. A. Drake . JUDQE OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin . CORONER-G. A. McCall SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stnnton TREASURER-J. H. Thouiap AUDITOR-Chas. I. She? rill. SENATOR-Jo?hua H. Hud-on, REPR?SENTATIVES-D. D. McColl, Jr. W. W. Bruce, J. P.Gibson M AO is TATES-C. D. Easterliug, T. L. CrosUn-i. Hennettsvillo. ll. L Mel.unin, MoColl John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim, T, P. Stubbs, Brightavdlo, W. W. Irby, Sniithville._ County Church Directory. Bennettsville Circuit Appointments KEV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C. First Sunday-ll a. m., Pino Grove 3 p. m., Smyrna. Sooond Sunday, 11a.m. MoColl. 3 ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 June 1905

?6i4-0 A COMPARISON. LOOK AT HOME. WhyJDecry Russia for Conditions j that Exist in This Country. * < A Riot in St. Petersburg Is No Better or1 * Worse than a Riot in the City of Chicago. We have Had More Presidents Assassinated than Rbaslan Czars. As we pass through life many things happen which we do not appear to see -things that are important and which affect nations. Then, we only too often fall to see ours jives as others see us, add to that that we are liable to get into grooves and wear them so deep that wc cannot see from their bottom what is going on around us. It has been and is the custom in the United States to damn Russia for every thing without rhyme or reason at times; and to magnify many times every happening there that tends to injure Russia, be the happening small or large. We have had a magnificent oppor tunity to witness that spirit in what the press and people have to say about the war between Japan and Russia, and every little labor trouble that the wires ha...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 June 1905

A COMPARISON. LOOK AT HOME. WhyJDecry Russia for Conditions that Exist in This Country. ? A Riot In St. Petersburg Is No Better or Worse than a Riot in the City of Chicago. We have Had More Presidents Assassinated than Russian Czars. As we pass through life many things happen which we do not appear to sec -things that are important and which allect nations. Tbeu, we only too often fail tu see ourselves as others Bee us, add to that that we are liable to get into grooves and wear them so deep that we cannot see from their bottom what is going on around us. It has been and is the custom in the United States to damn Russia for every thiDg without rhyme or reason at times; and to magnify many times every happening there that tends to Injure Russia, be the happening small or large. We have had a magnificent oppor tunity to witness that spirit in what the press and people have to say about the war between Japan and ltussia, and every little labor trouble that the wires have called to our ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 June 1905

The Marlboro 9 141 "DO THOU, GREAT LIBERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." "VOL. XX>( BENNETTSV1IXE, S. C., FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1905, NO. 38: TW WIPED OUT. Such Is the Fate that Befell the Russian Baltic Fleet. CAUGHT IN A TE,AP A Russian Warrant Officer Tells How a j Big Russian Battleship Went Down After an Explosion. First Stories of the Great Bat tle at Sea. * Out of the great fleet that went Into battle on Siturday. May 27, all but. four have been captured or sunk by the Japanese. The admiral of the tl-et, Boj est ven8ky, is a prisoner and cespcratc-ly wounded. Admiral Voelkershem ls dead, shot or drowned. Admiral Nebcgatoff is a surrendered prisoner. Two vessels out of all the gallant Armada that v>as headed for Vladi vostok have reached tl at port. Such a catalogue of o ver v. helming ills seems paso precedent and is all terribly true. The Japanese report of the capture of R'-jTRtversky is direct and exaot,...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 June 1905

THE MARLBORO DEMOCRAT S. 4. BROWN - ~ - Editor Friday June 9, 1905. 'Subscription Price: One year.f 1.00 Six months.50 Tliree months.25 BaanaaBaBaaioaBSSBDanBaHBBi PEN AND 8CI8SORORAPH8 I Marion will have a floral fes tival on the 15. Senator B. R. Tillman, in his address to the graduating claSB of the S. C. C. I, said: "If mak ing money is your idea of a suc cessful life, and that is to be your chief aim, I want to give you Josh Billings' receipt for making money. It is this: Rise early and work late. Live on what you can't sell, and if you don't die rich and**??f?^h-l you can sue me for damag?V* Imitation cotton from pine wood, is according to the scien tific American, the latest indus trial innovation, and it is said to be a good imitation of cotton, too. Whiskey from sawdust, silks from cobwebs, butter from cocoanut^, bread flour from dried bananas and beefsteak from the tenderloin of porpoise but, isn't this twentieth century civilization ringing in some pretty curious speciali...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 June 1905

kl BENNETTSYILLB, S. 0. BY S. A. RBOWN A CO. Office on Marton Street Opposite Masonic Hall* Friday, June 9, 1905. Our Town Gorvernment. - MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-W 1" Breeden, Jr. (J. S Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, E. Powers. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc L'iiirto. Office open daily. POLICE-H. P. Millor. Sim Rax Icy. Marlboro County Officers. SHERIFF-J. Bi Green CLERK or CLERK-J. A. Drake J UDOR OP PROBATE-M. MoLaurin CORON Ea-G. A. McCall ??PERVISOR-M. E. Coward SUPT. KDUOATION-W. L. Stanton TREASURER-J. H. ThoniHS 'AUDITOB-Cha?. I. Sherrin. SENATOR-Jo?hua II. Hud-on, RBPRESKNI-ATIVES-D. D. McColl, Jr. W. W. Bruce, J. P.Gil?.?on M\oi8rAiE3-C D. Eistcrling, T. L. OrosUutl, Bennettsville, ll. L. MoLaurin, McColl John A. Calhoun. Clio, g W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim, T, P. Stubbs, BrightHville, W. W. Irby, Smithville. _ County Church Directory. Bennettsville Circuit Appointments REV. A. T. DUNLAP, P. C. First Sunday-ll a.m., Pine Grove 3 p. m., Smyrna. Second Sunday, ll a.m. McColl. 3 p...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 June 1905

? ROUTED ARMY. Japs And Russians Pictured On The March And In Battle. MUKDEN CAMPAIGN. The Capture of Two Whole Regiments of Russians, at One Time. Some Rus* sians Badly Frightened when Cornered. One Hundred Thousand Prisoners. Headquarters of Gen Kuroki's Army, near Tlehling, March 25.-The first realization of the immensity of the Ja panese forces was brought home to the observer when the two central armies rolled across the Shaho on the morn ing of the 8th of March in the wake of the retreating Russians. Hitherto during the battle parts of two'or tbree brigades of infantry, with a few batta ' lions of reserves, a doz sn or more bat teries, with pack trains and field hos pitals, were all that one person could see in the mountainous country of the greiib armies engagei. But, when tbe whole array "moved northward with its impediments following it was an im pressive host. Linking from the heights where the Russian batteries had been, one could see mauy khaki colon ri processions for m...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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