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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 7 November 1890

lililpilii ?..'.>>>.. BV S. A. BROWN & CO. FRIDAY, K?VflMBBR 7, X:90. PublialiBcL Weekly . OIL ON THE HAILS. Tho Kcmnvknblo Mminor In Willoh ? WIH Knplii? Win HtoppoU. "Talk about fast timo," ?aid a mil road maw on tho Missouri Pocilio train tho othor day to his companion, "but I. havo nover board of atrip that would boat ono I modo inysolf some yoar.s ego, nor pf any lud? so oxoltlng. I formerly Jiv?d ut Garrott; Ind , tho torminus of tho control division of tho Chicago di vision of tho Balthnoro and Oblo rail road. I hud llttlo to do, and modo tho railroad yarda my loafing houdnuur Icra. At tbot thoo tho "Billy-O" hud au arrangoinont with tho Wabash to transfor oil Wow York freight ot Auburn Junction, niuo miles distant, to tho cast of us. This was dono by tho old switch ongino, tho 042, which modo tho trip to tho junction dully. "Woll, ono day I climbed aboard a box car when tho engino loft wit h a few curu of merohandlso to transfer. There woro six of ns In tho part...

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 November 1890

?I1E ??ullRO lip By s. A, BROWN & Co. PS1DAT, KOVflMBB? 7, 1:90. Publis?iBd Werakly, OIL ON THE HAILS. Tho Itemnvlmblo Mnnuor ir? VUiloli n WIRI Knglno WI? HtoypoU. .'Talk about inst timo," said a rail road man on tho Missouri Pacifie train tho other day to iii? companion, "but , 1.1 ia vc novor hoard of atrip that would boat ono I mado mysolf sonic yours ago, ; nor pf any half so exciting. I formerly llvod at Garrott, Ind., tho terminus of (bo contrai division of tho Chicago di vision of tho Balthnoro and Ohio rail road. I bad little to do, and mado tl KI railroad yard? my loafing heudquai (ors. At that timo tho "Btlly-O" bud un arrangement with tho Wabash to transfer all Now York freight afc Auburn junction, niuo milos distant, to tho coat of us. This was dono by tho old switch engine, tho 1142, which made tho trip to tho junction dully. .'Well, ono day I climbed aboard a box car when tho engine hut with u few | eura of merchandise to transfer. There wore six of us In tho part...

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. — 7 November 1890

.. V ..^ '.' ?y ii A. SP.OV.'" ii CO. PRIMT, NOV-SMBER 7. 1S0O. Published WBBkly, 'OIL ON THE RAILS. ?'Iio Itomuvkftblo ?Inmior in Whioh rt WIM lCii?ino WUH Stoppotl. '?Talk about fast timo," suki a-rail road man on tho Missouri Paolllo train tho other, day to his companion, ''but I. havo tiovor hoard of atrip that would bent ono I modo myself BOUIO yoaxs ago, nor pf any half so oxoitlng. I formerly llv?d nt Garrott, Ind., tho terminus of tho control division of tho Chlcogo di vision Of tho Baltimore and Ohio rail road. I had little to do, and mado tho mil road yards my loafing headquar ter*. At that timo tho "Bllly-O" had nu aiT?ngomont with tho Wabash to triuisfor all Wow York freight at Auburn Junction, niuo milos distant, to tho oust of us. TIIIB was dono by tho old switch engine, tho 042, which mado tho trip to tho Junction daily. "Woll, ono day I eli m bod aboard a box car when tho ongino loft with a few cara of merchandise to transfer. Thoro wore six of us In tho party-four y...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 6 March 1891

cs s/ ? , "Do thou Great Liberty Inspire our Souls and make our lives ia thy vossoesion happy, or our fleaths Glorious in thy Just Pefonoo," ir OT. BENNBTTSVILLE, S, C., MAROH G, 1891. JKIO. is. M All* AB?v?N&??MENTS. 4mto~ Northor'n tnail via Greensboro, N. 0., arrive? daily at 0.45 p lu Leaves- Daily, ut 8 30 o'olook, a. lu. ,4rriVe?-?Bl8nneitn. lied Hill and Drake arrivoi) dully at 12 o'olook. Zcaves-Duily ut 6 o dook a. ui. Leave?-'Bonnottsvillo to Lauriuburg via Poarson; Brightsvillo, Adams* ville and Nowtouvillo, Monday, iv.Y*?03?.n,y and Friday, ot 7.3?. Aw&t?&lt uosdny, ^Uiursdoy and Sat?r dayotS.30. v.. Bonnottsvillo po?t?olfioo opon? at 7 o'olook, a m., and closes at 5 inn. AU mails opened aud distributod upon arrival. ?tir? Monoy Ordor business doses on Sat? urduyft, At 12 o'otooK,m. T. L. OaOSIiAND, P. M. Railroad Guide. Gape Fear anti Ya?Mn Valley R. R. . Condensed Schedule, August 4,1890' Train No. 1M Daily Except Sunday Loavo Wllnitngton, 0 00 A M Arrive F...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 6 March 1891

li il ? BY 8. A. BROWN & Co. NIIDAY?- M?RQH e," is?i. Published WBBMVJ__ Entorcd nb tho Post Ofllco at Bonnette ville, S. 0., ns second olaes nmttor. Death of James B. Breedon. Mr. J, B. Breedon, ono ol our oldest nnd wost p rominent citizens, died at Ins rosldouco near t9w.11 on Tuesday evening* 04 ioo^hw^in?ss was ol short duration. will coot hw f was dono l?r him within hu? Tho lfjto abilities, but nil tho skill of his ^^.ouUiug physician and tho kind alton lions of relativos and friends weto of no . avail. For scvorol months ho had bcou complaining of fcoblcuoss^ nud was not able to attend to his business vith bis accustomed caro aud euergy. Tho loss of his wife about n year ogo was n orush ing blow lo him. With all his fortitude mid usual philosophical resignation he could not recover from it. His friends hoped however that lime, the great bonier ot ali human uinioiious, wouid eventually rocon.iilo him to this sad boroavomout, but in this tboy havo boen sorely disap^ pointe...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 6 March 1891

THE MARLBORO DEMOCRAT BENN?TTSYILLB, S. 0. ?Y'S. A. ?no war & co. .fr-75 CENTS PER ANNUM.-4 Ofllco in Post ?jjUc Jiaitdhiff. FRIDAY,, MAROaO, 1891, Marion District Appointments. FIRST ROUND., T?I08. J. .Qr,YDE, P. IC, Brlghtevlllo, . . Mardi 7, 8 Olio, Ojio, Maroh 14, 15 Blcnholm, Parnossua, Maroh 21, 22 Bottmg a Good ExamplO. * Tho Oo,imtyv of Uorry boasts of Doing out pf^fl?bt, jidC -0^ prl?onor in jail and -ff'sm nil balnuoo iii tho County treasury. -?g?. - Prottioat Going, . . . "What's that? Campbell's spring cloth ing juat nrrivcd4>;\ G?t n Buit bototo it ia picked over. Tho HigU Winds Ad mon jah ono and all to bo caioful with Aro. linet year thousands of aoroa of ohoico uudorgrowth was destroyed by tho oaroloBfl uso of Uro. Frosh for 1891, . : A full Bupply of LnudrotVa rind larry's M.,-/!.,., a_1 r_" .0.. _._?..._If tii? .....v.... uuuu IUI Iinji, IlUtY 1U HIV! U Uk IIIU Drug Storo of J. T. Douglas.' Soruo llmuluomo Lights. Tho. congregation of tho Presbyterian Ghuroh...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 6 March 1891

V .. -IM I .. .-M. ,.,. An 13ngtuoorln;r Foat lu-India. Tho attention of tho engineering world le enid to ho. just now flxod upon tho Bombay presidonoy in India, whero ia hoing constructed ono of tho greatest pieces of solid masonry tho world baa Boen in modern times. AB'tho present water supply of Bombay dependa upon dofootivo works, a hugo dam has boon designed to Inclose tho watershed of tho valloy which drains into tho noa south of Bombay. Solely with tho aid of na tivo labor Engineer Glover, a Scotchman by birth, bogan thia gigantic Btruoturo, which, it ia expected, "will bo completed in March noxt. it ia 3 miles long, 118 foot in height and 108 feqt wldo at tho baso. Tho roadway on tho top is to bo 24 fooC^ln^jdd'Cli/ and tho Btono work will coot lu>lf a, million sterling. Tho lake of water which this dam will imprison will bo eight square miles in area, so that Bombay noou bo nuder no apprehension onco tho viceroy has offi cially declared tho aluicce open and tho pipes of ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 August 1892

FublialiBd W?Bkly. f% SUBSCRIPTION KATES : - 12 months (tu advance) $1.00 0 montliH (in advance) 50 3 mouths (iu advanco) 26 ?@?? Advortlblng ratea LOW arid mado known ou'application. Entered nt tho Tost Oflioo' at Bounotte vUlo, S..(J,j ^tgooOnd Moines raattor, TRAVELER'S GUIDE. CHARMS, SUHTER AND NORTHERN K S OJIARLES E. KIMBAL, IticoEiVJSn. IN EFFECT JULY 17th,, 1092. NORTH BOUND NO 1. DAILY KX.OKIT SUNDAY. Leayc Charleston, 5 30 p. m. " Pregnalls, 7 05 44 44 Harleyville, 7 15 44 M Pecks, 7 29 44 nony run, / ?a 44 Connors, 7 37 41 44 Eutawville, 7 44 " ?? Vanees, ' 7 SS " . 41 Merriam, 8 io 44 ? St. Paul, 8 22 Summerton, 8 28 44 44 Silver, 8 38 ? 44. Packsville, 8 48 " 44 Tindal. 9 00 " Arrive Sumter, 9 16 " Leave Sumter, 9 20 41 44 Oswego, 9 34 44 44 St. Charles, 9 48 " " Elliotts, 9 58 44 44 Lamar, io 15 44 44 Syracuse, io 30 44 44 Darlington, io 45 44 44 Mont Clare, 11 01 44 44 Robin's Neck, 11 11 44 ?j ??, _ .1 ...til - . > ?A " Arrive l?ennettsville, 11 40 44 SOUTH BOUND ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 August 1892

ll^iilli ?i. A, miowir - ~ - Editor. TILLMAN DELEGATES j. P, BUNCH, L. J; BREEDEN O. N. Roanas, Hi K. ODOM, .1. C. Dunbar, J. T. COVINGTON, ?T. K. DRAKE, J. L. IRBY. FOR SOLIOITOR. Tho announcement ofJudgo Tovrusond for tho offico of Solicitor of this Circuit nppoors in our popor to-day. It was with n good doftl of rcluoluuco (hot ho finnlly yielded to tho prossuio brought upon him and now that ho hus c'oosontcd it is tho duty of his friends to stand by lum and corry him to victory. Ho is well known in tho District aud needs no words of in? introduction. PRIMARY RULES. The State Executive commit tee hr ve decided two important point's. First, That all voters shall vote where they are enroll \od. Second, That no plumping slfalLbe.allowGd. For instauro, if ?>n]y ono nunii' hr found on al ticket for O?ttnly U?nift? issi oiri v or H will inti- be Counted, tu tel lite saino as :i>nn\ \>'A\ ??? tv li oro moro than ono li?i tito ?iHice to !?(. voted for. Bo cuieiul lo ?ee about th...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 August 1892

... II S 111* BBNNBTTSVILLB, S, 0, BY S. A. ?UKOtVN ?fc CO. Ojjlco in Vost OOlcc liaUtUna? WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10,1892, II , in H i i, ??--'Z7TZT^Z^ZTTT^^T^TT^~ ^-l-'-'-' ?f?WN AND COUNTY NEWS.^ [ Marion District Appointments. THIRD ROUND. RHV. 'JP. J. OLYDK, 1?. IC? Wounolm, Ebouozor...Aug. 26 BeuuotU?yiHo ?Ulkn.,,?>.Aug, 26, 28 ftrghtoyUlu, \?oykh?.Aug. 27, 28 Tia r; ia In? tor Viii. K >ut. Bros; ndvortise to closo out nil kinds pt" gooda low down for tho next fow days. Cull and seo thom. Mrs. Jool Allon. Rov. ll. N. Pratt was called on Tuesday ^norning to go down in tho edge of Marlon to funornlizo Mrs. Jool Allen. Winthrop Scholarship. For some reason there were no ap plicants for tho freo tuition scholar ships oiiered by tho State at this now | )<opnlar and indisponsiblo Institution. - ? ho Hot Wave. Tho hoi wave of last week was not np to tho first ono. Tho calls for ice wore loss frcquont, and occasional cool ???.eczes mado the days moro comfor blo. 'oDantel Beaten. Mr...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 August 1892

BBNN?iTTSyiLLE, 8, O, IIV S. A. IKKOWN Sc ?0. Ojjlco tn Post Ofllce liuil?lnff. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10,1892. <1>*T0WN AND COUNTY MVHM Marion District Appointments. THIRD ROUND. KKV. T. J. OLYJ>K, I*. 15. TUoubolm, Kbonozor.Aug. 26 ttouuuU&ylllo fiUt??iJ.Aug. 26, 28 ijyghiaylU?, lloyMii.Aug. '27, 28 Bargains for You. .R?wo Bros. udvortiso to oloso ont all kind? ul' goods low down for tho next fow days. Cull and seo thom. Mrs. Jool Allen. Rov. R. N. Pratt was called ou Tuesday morniug to go down iu tho edge of Marion to funorali/.o Mrs. Jool Allen. Winthrop Soholarehlp. For somo reason there wore no ap plicants for the free tuition scholar hips offered by tho State at this now popular and indispensible Institution. .-* -~ ?V rhe Hot Wave. Tho hot wave of last week was not up to tho first ono. Tho calls for ice v ero loss frequont, and occasional cool I i'cczes mado tho days more comfor blo. ' oDnnlQl Beaten. Mr. James F. David brought to town oiv Friday last a lot of tomato...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 August 1892

& >?. JillOWN ? - \ lCditor. WEDNESMY," AUQ?S? i?,lfib2. RBAniWtv / rr j*?, mn nwviKnrt; c: ,\3 VKTO 15 TU- K ;<a A NARROW ESCAPE. ?A, l't'OO?OUB StlltUO Of DltutO Cunio Nour ltolutf UttrucU hy Mistake. "I must toll "you," avid a young woman, "how I added to tho gay'oty of Europo when I was over. At Floronco I bought, na ovorybody doo?, tv bunt of Danto, dono in worn dorf?lly oloar and beautiful marblo. It cost ono dollar, but looked twenty dollars ut least, und was consequent ly precious as a bargain, bosides hoing interesting ns a possessions "From that timo on, howovor, Danto was a sourco of great anxiety to mo. I did Kim up in ilno hand kerchiefs, taking especial caro of his oxquisito noso, and wrapping tho cloth elad bust in paper packed it always in tho center of tho trunk. Wo journeyed to Romo and Naples, book to Rome, and finally halted at Milan, passing a Sunday there. I thought this a good opportunity to ovorhaul my trunk, destroy letters, otc, and-unrolled Dauto...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 October 1892

"Do thou Groat Liberty Inspire our Souls and make our lives in "thy possession happy, or our Deaths' Glorious iu thy Just Defeuoe. VOL. wm NO. 43. CHARLESTON, SUMTER ANS K9R?HRRH ft R CHARLES ?. KIMBAL, KuOEiVEn. IN EFFECT OCTOBER 17, 1892. GOING "NORTH. Train No. 2, Dally Except Sunday. Leave Charleston, 6 50 a. m. M Pregnalls, 8 00 ?. " Harleyville, 8 01 *.*? *! Becks, 8 25 " Holly Hill, 8 28 " Connors, 8 34 " " Eutawville, 8 41 " " Vanees, 8 52 ? " Merriam, g 07 " " St Paul, 9 19 . " Summerton, 9 25 " .f Silver, 9 34 " Packsvillc, 9 43 " ** Tindal, y 55 i! ** Sumter, io 15 " V Oswego, io 28 " M St. Charles, 10 41 " Elliotts, io 50 " V Lamar, 11 06 " " Syracuse, 11 20 " " Darlington, 11 34 " 41 Mont Clare, 11 49 " .? Robin's Neck, 12 00 noon. Maude''I Ile, 12 15 p. m, " Bennett .'lie, 12 30 " " Alice, 12 45 " Arrive Gibson, 1 00 " GOING SOUTH. Train No. 1, Daily Except Sunday. Leave Gibson, 4 15 p. m. 11 Alice, 4 20 " " Bennettsville, 4 35 M Mandeville, 4 50 " Robin's Neck, 5 05 "...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 October 1892

H, A. JillOWjS? - -i - Editor. V^^iipi^Si^p?^j 1892.' PEN AND SOISSORGRAPHS. The country extends sympa thy to President Harrison in the loss of Iiis wife on Monday night. A dangerous counterfeit $2 sil ver .certif?cate has been .discover ed of the new issue. . The cotton crop estimate is a million bales short, but it will be more than that. The rotton egg business in Alabama has gone into the Fed eral Court, Rev. B. P. Reid, of York county, has been called to the pulpit of the Presbyterian church at Cheraw. It is thought lie will accept. Politics are warming up and tile waters are too muddy for a correct guess as to who will be our next President, but chances point to Cleveland. It seems as af it is a boodle light. Mrs. Lease denies the report that she is for Harrison; says she regards the eleotion of "eith or Cleveland or Harrison a pub lic' calamity." und pronounces the rumors "that she had deserted Weaver a fake. See nie before insuring your houses, furniture and barns. A. J. Bri...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 October 1892

BENNETTSYILLR S. O, ?Y 3. A. ?8R4&WN & CO. O/jice on Marlon Street. WEDNESDAY, 00T0BER26, X892, ?TOWNTN? COUNTY NEWSES Marion District Appointments. FOURTH ROUND. KEV. T. J. CLYDE, P. ?. Bonuottevillo oiroult, Oot. 28 Brightavillo, Broodou'a , Oot. 29, 30 Blouhohn, Nov, 5, 6 Bounottovlllo station Nov. 4-6 Clio Photo Qallery. If you want good Photographs or Tin-types call at O'Neill's Gallery, Olio, S. C. Old pictures enlarged. Como and seo mo. Milk Cows for Salo. Parties in want of milk cows should confer with Messrs. R. C. Coxo or W. T. Koynolds, of Red Hill, who have milk cows of all grades to sell at rensonablo prices. ( Kine Molasses. Mr. James M. Howell sends us a sam* plo of his crop for 1892, which we think is fully up to last year, if not better. Ho certainly knows how to make good molasses. At Home Again. "We were pleased to have a call on Saturday aftornoon last-by our young friend Bennie D. Townsend, wno loft us last spring to try his fortuno in tho Lone Star Stat...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 October 1892

BENNETrSYILLK S, O, lili" S. A. IIKOWN & CO. O/?lce on Marlon Street. WEDNESDAY, OOTOBER26,1892. &>T0WN AND COUNTY NEWSES Marion District Appointments. FOURTH ROUND. REV. T. J. CLYDE, P. E. Bonnottavillo olroult, Oct. 28 Brlghtavlllo, Breouou'n Oob. 29, 30 Blonholui, Nov. 5, 6 Bonnottavillo station Nov. 4-6 Clio Photo Gallery. If you want good Photographs or Tin-types call at O'Neill's Gallery, Olio, 8. C. Old pictures enlarged. Como and seo mo. Milk Cowa for Sale. Parties in wnut of milk cows should confer with Messrs. R. C. Coxo or W. T. Reynolds, of Roil Hill, who havo milk cows of all grades to soil at reasonable prices. Fine Molasnoa. Mr. James M. Howell sends usa sam? plo of his crop for 1892, which wo think is fully up to last, year, if not better. He certainly knows how to make good molasses. At Home Aoraln. Wo wore pleased to havo a call on Saturday aftornoon last by our young friend Bennie D. Townsend, who left us last spring to try his fortuno in tho Lono Star ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 October 1892

vffs3x^n^tcwJt3Lxsxx3?x%3Si?KsssciS30 wBraiBxaooH^suo*^-.--- - --T-tT.r iH^ and WE PROPOSE TO SELL thcso Goods nt a price which will not only tho aesistanco of our customers, and in futuro wo intond to Dovoto our o, and customers calling for good? advertised will not bo answered with few pricos on each lino of Goods wo handle wm mm?. : In selecting these Gooda wo have given our sp?cial attention : Dress Goods 10 to GO cts. pr. yard, Satoon, 20 cts., worth 25 eta, Ginghams, 6 cts. worth G cts. ? G cts worth 1 cts. u 8 els worth 9 cts. ? 9 cts worth 10 cts. Calico, 5 to G cts per yard, Bleached Homespun 5 to 10 cts. White Homespun, f-yd wide 5 cts. Checked Homespun, 5 ct? pr yard, JEANS, 10 to GO cts. per yard, Flannel Dress Goode, Outings, Suitings, Ticking, Linings, And other Goods, ?hf t aro sure to pleaso you, which wo have not tho time to mention. Wo cordial ly invito you to come and examine our Stock for yourselves. Respectfully, Rowe Bros. Sept 0,1892. IO V? If HAY CONCERN i 1J...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 November 1892

- ? ' -- ? -mSM Do thou Great Lib?rty Inspire our Sonia and make our liven in thy pbajpsion happy, or our Deaths Glorious in thy Just Defenoo." VOL. XVI. BENNETTSVILLE, S. C.jjHOVEMBER 9, 1892. Cn ARLESTOH, SUHTBK AHD HORTIIBftH R R CHARLES E. KIMBAL, Bnci?ivi?il. Wc. a*. IN EFFECT OCTOBER 17, 1892. GOINa^ORTH. Train No. 2, Daily Except Sunday. Leave Charleston, 6 50 a. m. " Pregnalls, 8 00 " *t Harlcyvillc, 8 or " Pecks, 8 25 " ? Holly Hill, 8 28 Connors, 8 34 " M Eutawvlllc, 8 41 " " Vanees, 8 52 M i% Merriam, 9 07 " " St. Paul, 9 19 " Summerton, 9 25 " ?t Silver, 9 34 " .. It_I_Mt- " < ^ ll 1 annaville, y ?,j " Tindal. 9 55 " " Sumter, io 15 " ?. Oswego, io 28 " " St. Charles, io 41 *' *! Elliotts, io 50 " V Lamar, 11 06 " " Syracuse, 11 20 " " Darlington, it 34 " " Mont Clare, 11 49 " ?? Robin's Neck, 12 00 no?n. " Mandeville, 12 15 p. m. " Benncttsvillo, 12 30 " ?' Alice, 12 45 " Arrive Gibson, 1 00 41 GOING SOUTH. Train No. 1, Daily Except Sunday. Leave Gibson, 4 15 p. m. M...

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. — 9 November 1892

S. A. BKOWN - - - Editor. *TH?COUNTRY SAFEI V LEV ML AND, TILLMAN AND MoLAUllIN WINS ! The Foroo Bill and MoKlnloy Tariff Doos tho Work I THE CLEVELAND COLUMN. Tho latest returns from the States give Cleveland New York, Delaware, Indiana, New Jersey, Miohigan, Connecticut, Illinois, Kansas, West Virginia, Wash ington and the solid South, Avhioh elects him overwhelming ly, with 08 electoral votes to spare. PEOPLE'S PAltTY VOTE. The People's party carries Ne braska, Nevada, Colorado and possibly the Dakotas and Mon tana. Advices from Columbia state that the Weaver electral ticket carried about 1,000 votes in this State. THE COUNTY VOTE. As the canvassing board have until next Tuesday before mak ing their returns we will wait until our next for a full state ment by townships. The vote o ii the county, furnished us by county Chairman Evans, is as follows : Cleveland, lOOJl; Harrison, 177; AV caver, 261; McLaurin, 1,177; Sawyer, 100; Governor and Lieu tenant Governor, 1,202; State of fic...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 November 1892

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