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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 February 1895

BI.??NETTSYILLE, S. O, Oji?ce?Vost of Court House. Widuoarlfcy, February 20, 1805, MAHH.'S DISTltl?? APPOINTME??T?. Fir;?t Round-$.'V> WIJ.BON, i?, M. \\\".ii.(..?,lovillo ot., Pino Qrovo, Doo..20, 3'o N?ith iVforllior?-Ebouozor, . ' i'ob. 'a, 3 i5)?!:bi"vl|loU13oyktn, February 9, io fi^nn^t!AvJ[l?o v^oitio?* .". V Fob: i sui {Uo$lV?jhf?^ ?6. 17 <^WM.r^0ul?U, '' /l^bruHry 23, 24 ^^.p.M'uf/cpunt of tho dcrith of Hoy, lt. Wi Ihnuwo'l'e fujthor ia law lt baa bogomo ne. .iCVvtuy to pohtpono ' tho ^?^lM^J?^fib^ fiViti^?p?il ConVooUtion wb?t?h" wrt? Ici hnvo. iKtn'lic'd horo thia week. . j : 'J? l'?M.t.* tiR?Noip .^^"?A'io. ' . ! ':. !); H. Motin, tho groud mogul ot 1 ho'order oft pood Templars, will vi; ii our townson Friday and loo tu rd;, in. ihv i\)tirt flob.sp at night! Should, courl ho in ??Rs^pn, some other place' will bo ecciiyVd/' . ' 't> TVo Hg lo ?uri Npteo. Bov? W. B. Arrowood will preach ut tho Presbyterial^ Church Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March l?t, 2nd end ord,...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 February 1895

i^io deot, . itfmnotlnng (>. attendance, rep. counties of tho Slaw woro read from negro nu. sootions of the State, oxprcssi?.. at their inability to alli?-?i <>t tho bU time stating that.o'u.h was m hearty, sympathy and accord with tho objects of tho co"Mention as set forth in tho Tho convention was called to order by: tho Kev. 10. ll. Wilson and the pro ceediugs woro opened with the singing ofthonymn, "A Charge to Keep 1 Havo." Rev. J. 13. .Middleton, of Camdon; led in prayer. Tho conven tion then 1 ?stoned to the reading of a lesson from tho Bible the Dist, psalm by tho Rev. J. G. JO. Howe of Charles ton. Tho Ko v. Wilson then read thu j call fais tb?-.?-.";1> ?. ."eli nas al- | ready oeen published. Ile said this was tho call in response to which they had assombled. Ho said he wanted thom to do their work in a hurry and get "away by !i o'clock. He did not think ally of tho preachers wanted of fice Tho great trouble with their ?yqioe-. was talking loo much, lt had alre...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 February 1895

- - mut .fWik?nosaay, Fobruary 20,189G, I WWNfe^ffBfc.it "'?-niniia IB?, ?pyra CJ01? IiT-~l'JOlVlt ? A KY TE HM Tb^Fobrunry lorin of tho Co-irt U oh o ra I sessions convened ou Mond i\y w o'clock, HU ironer, D. A. Tow neild presiding Judgo'. b'oHoitor Joli ?eon had a bal TH?3 Honor, nfl ?oit charge turin un ry for their i Hon C. S. McCall w h, and no bettor sele ['.havo boon niade. rhWei tho Grand Jury wero prepa '?gi business tho Contingent D.jclci ''im<B rv?, ,mu,ed' T,?o famous Terr theVSmy^1" V!ls0 w?? 'continued on a. St?gfllC3s 1,1 ^errol's fan. al|endnijco, rep>s counties ot' the ?ldvv-.Smith and F.I were read from negro mil ^,,.,11:^^ seotions of the State, exposs!.*. at their inability lo attend, al thew,, timo statiiitf-that.qoOH' was m hearty sympathy aijd he'c?rd with the objects of tho convention as set forth in tho Tho convention was called to order bullio Hov. 10. ll. Wilson and the pro ceedings wero opened with the singing of tho hymn, 'A Charge to Keep i . Hav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 April 1895

the W?utoo* Beitrat ruiiMfiiiK? KY my WBDNB&IUY UV S. A ; Bli OWN & CO SCJJ??T?7T10N KATES: Olio Copy, Ono Year.?1.0O Ono Copy, Six Months... 60 Entered ab tho Post?nico nt JJonnottsvlllo S3. 0., IIB second oloss mall niftttor. ?C?iEiT?XlS? CHIEF JUSTICE FULLER DELIVERS THE OPINION OF THE COURT. Tho Court Dooldos th ut Taxation on Jn comoa from st nt? or Mnnlclniil Honda or from Koul Katuto la Unoonatltutlonnl How tho Court Stauda, WASHINGTON, April 10.- Tho an nouncement of tho decision of tho Su preme Court of tho United States in tho incomo tax cases Monday was m ado in tho presence of a crowded court'room, the spectators lobby being thronged to its utmost capacity. Pub lic interest in tho caso has drawn lin attenduiiee every decision day since tho argumont took placo that has tax ed tho power anet ingonuity of tho officials to caro for. Among those within tho rail today were Attorney . General Olnoy, Assistant Attornoy Goneral Whitney and Mr. W. U. Guthrio, of Now York, ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 April 1895

nun ii an Ju ?H. A. 1?KOWX . - - - Editor. Wod?os?ay, April 17, 1895, Will ?lJ-'f"1"" ????i?i<llll?il>^.??tMilt?fMijiMrr??iiM?? Delegates to Constitutional Convention. KON. \V, D'f JOVAIN?, HON. J. 1<\ MeLAUR ?N, HON. c. s. MCCALL, J. F. BREEDEN. Vm AND SCISSOKCRAPirS. Tho new Biptist church nt Florence was dedicated 00 tho lilli Marion Court sent 8 to tho chain gang hnd 8 to thc penitentiary. Forty-two cotton factory companies have been organized in the South in tho hist threo months. The first crop of Hrnwbcrrirs from Florida sold in New York at 75 cents a quart, Tho uprising in Cuba is general throughout tho island and gaining ground daily. One fare to Washington, D. C., for tho Southern Baptist Convention, May 9-1G. Ono faro to Dallas, Texas, for thc Gcncrnl'Asscmbly of the Presbyterian church May 17*20. Tho Stato Conference of thc Ep worth League will meet in Columbia ' on May 10, ll and 12. The county.commissioners of Green vile havo levied a tax of one mill on proper...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 April 1895

BBNNETTSYILLB, S, 0. SUT S, A. ?KOWK & CO. Ofllce West of Court House, Wednesday, April 17,1895, MARION DISTRIOT APPOINTMENTS, 2nd Quarter- J. B WILSON, I?. E. North Marlboro-Pleasant Hill, April 19 ll, [gbtavlllo- Bathol, April 20, 21 h<uuotUvillo--McOoll, April 27. 28 ouottbvlllo Station, May 3, 5 bi (robottn-Hebron, May 4 aud 5 Cito-Manning Ohnpol, Miry ll, ia 0 ono To Hl3 Reward. Tho nows was received herc last * eek of thc death of Rev. David W. Scale, at Lake City, Williams burg county, 011 Saturday tho 6th, 1 ie was buried at St. Luko's church 'unter county on thc 7th. This tod man loved thc people of Mari oro, and never failed to make one j two visits annually, unless proy nluitially hindered, and ho was koolyn and loved throughout thc county. Peace to his ashes! -- OrndeU School Commoncemont. Che commciiccniciit exercises of ll Graded School will begin on ? .day thc 24th of May. Wc ave pleased to learn that Rev. J. A. \V. Thomas has consented to preach tho commenceme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 April 1895

AT HEAVEN'S GATES. ANOTHER SERMON OF RARE POWE/? BY REV. DR. TALMAGE. Twolvo Onto? tiMU All of I'oiul-Tho Iloov UoopoiH timi tho I'owivord-A Pow "Word* About Bigotry ????I Hnctiirlunlsui-Bomo ii uro J -o ? UH. NEW Youie, April 7.---Tho bright spring weather has brought still larg or* crowds to tho Sunday afternoon sorvicos conducted by tito Hov. Dr. T^b?ir.gc. Ho toole for Iiis subject to day .Tho Gales bf Heaven," tho toxt hoing Itovolation xxi, 13: "On tho oastthrco gatos; on tho north tbrco gatos; on tho south threo gates; on Ibo west thrco gates." Tho Cashmoro gato of Delhi where converged a horoism that makes ono's ?ervos tinglo, tho Lucknow gato still dented and scarred with sopoy bom bardment; tho Madeline gate, with its emblazonry in bronze, tho hundred gates of Thobos, tho wonder of centu ries, all go out of sight boforo the gates of my text. Our subject speaks of n great me tropolis, the existence of which many have doubted. SUmdingon tho wharf and looking off upon tho har...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 April 1895

AT HEAVEN'S GATES, ANOTHER SERMON OF RARE POWER BY REV? DR. TALMAGE. Xwolvo Gutos lind AH of ronrl-Xho I>oor keevorft mul th? Vnaaword-A Fow Word? About Bigotry ?ml Sectarianism--Some llaro l'carls. Nicw Yowie, April 7.-Tho bright Sering yoathor hus brought still larg . er ciowds io tho Sunday afternoon sorvlces conducted by tho Hov. Dr. Talmage. Ile toole for his subject to day ''Tho Gates of Hoavon," tho text hoing ltevolation xxl. 121: "On tho east thrco gates; on tue north threo gatos; on tho south thrco gates; on the w?st three gates." Tho Cashmoro gato of Delhi where converged a horoism that makes ono's nerves tingle, the Lucknow gate still dented and scarred with sopoy bom bardment, tho Madolino gato, with its emblazonry in bronze, tho hundred gates of Thohos, tho wonder of centu ries, all go out of sight boforo tho gates of my text. Our subjeot speaks of a great mo . tropolis, the existoncoof which many havo doubted. Standingon the wharf and looking oh? upon tho harbor an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 August 1895

T?e Marlboro* Democrat. ! rumasiiKi) KVHIY WKUNUMUY HY j SUJJSOMPTION UATKS : Ono Copy, Ono Your.?i 00 Uno Copy, Six Months. oO Enter dat tito Fostoillco nt KeunottsYlllo S O., OH second o'ass mall ninttor. TILLMAN WINS IN HIS DEBATES ON THE PROHIBI TION QUESTION. Tho Jury Dcohluri JClovon to Hight III ll lu Favor-. Prohibition Int H Aolmowlotfgo Ho Wa? Too Much for- 8t. John. Tho jury appointed to decide tho morita of tho debato which Senator Bon Tilintan and Prof. Samuol Diekio, nntional Chairman of tho Prohibition party, hold on Thursday night at Pro hibition Park, Ii. I., endorsed tho opinion of tho audience, whieh favor ed tho Southern Senator throughout. Thero wore soven Probibitionists on tho jury and fourteen auti-Prohibi tionists, and they deoided elovon to eight.in Senator Tillman's favor, two not voting. Ile carried tho audience with Iii ttl lost night as thoroughly ns bo did on tho preceding ovoning. Ho was in tho midst of tho prohibition stronghold, . contending against...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 August 1895

S? A, BllOWN - - - Editor Wednesday, August 21, 1895, A GOOD SUGGESTION. . Tho following timely admoiiitioi ^ is taken from thc Ahhcvillo Pres \ivnd Banner : 'VOnc thing tho State Convontioi ^P^tho Lcgifeluturc ought to do is t< I forever prevent any minister of th Cospel lrojn holding oflieo or dab nlin? in politics. Prcaohors hav no hnsjncss.going into polities, mn ..-.'they should never bo allowed t hold oflieo. A real christian, wor thy of tho pulpit, as a rulo, ough not to ask for an oflieo. Tho Col ored Ministerial Union in Colum bia is largely responsible fdr th recent unrest among tho ncgrocf It was mainly througji their infill enco that collections wore taken t pay lawyers to Avorry and annoy th people. Tho poor negroes wer duped out of their dimes, while th lawyers made big money. As usua tho whito man came out first host. Fleeting moments. Mr.. EDITOR : How many of i think as wo ought to of tho fleetin moments as they so swiftly pass i by ? When wo look hack to oi boyh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 August 1895

I BBNNETTSYILLE, S, O, .I'UV>.I'II'W?W,,?,I'II'I, ?>...>. . ...?.?.<.<.<?.<....!.,..>.'....>..?.<...' HY S. A. nitftWI? Ar. oo s ? Office West of Court l?ouse. Wednesday, Augu?t 21, 1895. Judge Eaeterlln?'o Court. Trial Justico Eustorling's court is, now open doily and sonic pvetty rough oases aro boing disposed of. Unolalmed Lottere. Lottors addressed lo Mr. Uob ort McCray, Miss Patsy Wilson, Miss Honnio Irving, Miss Nancy McLaurin romain uncalled for it) tho p?St?iuCO. New Guarda. Mr'. S. J. Hubbard has been oleoted ns tho successor of Mr. Wil lie Rogers ns day guard for tho chain gang and Mr. S. D. Coxo as night guard. At Work for the Master. Hov. Looh McLaurin, of McColl, a recent graduato of tho Theological Seminary at Columbia, preached his first sermon in tho Presbyterian church at Lourinburg on the 11th. Toxt : Acts xvi, 30. Gono tb Darlington. . Mr. Lucius Brown, who was ac cidentally shot herc some weeks ago by his brothcr-in-low, Mr. Smith, w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 August 1895

~ l)ltl?AMI?A.NI>. Wh*T O'I?S? J'1?, whispering lindon nhoio t?ttfo? HRhtost breeze, Whnr? tmSVl b)rdB mRk0 ?"Bio shady trccsi Unwn^i Jiblie to Ungot "ibttbblhiR stream, A Sn?i^m^ eo? k murmur Krowio'rom?miSowd. M*W,no mo,Vvhat Bhall bo Ah n,?..ii ? , &lofanclos Mr??^r0 thwn truo No^t\Ulo awftV% nothing >Aud vanish from tho vlowl tfond thought! But coaso rophilng. rorclmnco Us happier thus To loavo uu8Qlvod llfo's llddlo Nor ?Bk what waite for 113. MAGGIE'S ELOPEMENT. "You always tiki act queer, Jim." So said Mrs. Wigfallono night to nor husband, and siro folded her arms across hoi* breast and looked at him re proachfully. Mr. Wigfall was a successful farmer. The school of experience, ho said, had cost him a good deal, but he had gone through it and boon profited in tho end. He always claimed lo have "ideas" of his own, .which, somehow, ho invariably contrived lo carry out in away to suit himsolf. This was tho first time during twenty years of mar ried life that his confid...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 September 1895

The ffiarlto' Democrat l'UUlWSUKD KYBItX WEDNESDAY BY S.A. mo SYN & (O, BUIiSOltimON UATK8: Olio Copy, Uno Your..91.00 Ono Copy, Six Months.i. 60 Entered nt tho Post?nico Rt UonnottsYltle B. C., as second olnss mall uisttor* TILLMAN VS. IRBY. THE TWO REFORM LEADERS LOCK HORNS IN DEBATE. A Hot ControvofHy Over tito Numo of i? "Now Comity-"S?l ml ft" Substltutcrt for /'Wqtlor"-A Field IJi?y In tho Con vention. .COLUMBIA, Sept. ill-Special:' This has heon tho day of days in tho session of tho Constitutional Con volition thus far. There wore intimations, on tho outside, that thero was to bo some thing out of tho usual order, and the delegates, as well as tho unusually largo number of spectators, seemed expectant. The preliminaries woro fow and short. Thoro was tho reading of the journal of Saturday-sovoral correc tions being modo. Tho presidont announced tho ap pointment of Mr. W. H. Yeldoll^ of Edgoflold, as chief of tho engrossing department, and Mr. IT. II. Wither spoon as'bill c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 September 1895

lilli t?. A. miOWtf - - - Editor, Wednesday, September 25,1895, juw?wjw>i?,"? i,' II ?? i nu 11 II ? i? ii ? ? 11 ? ? iiiiw?jaMwwii> COUlVl'-SKPTIOMBIilR TfiSE Dur roport last week closed with tho conclusion of tho caso of Smith and Gibson for soiling f?r til i/.ors without tags. . Tho court roconvoned at live o'clock to hear a motion for thc disoliago of tho partios charged with tho killing of Milton Liles, colored, in Smithville last May, thooaso having passed two terms. His Honor, after hearing argu ment, decided that thoy could not bo discharged, but admitted them to'bail on thoir own recognizance. On Thursday morning tho fol lowing convicts woro brought in and sent?n ced: William Rogers, a colored boy .about twolve years old, found guilty of larceny, received three months in tho chain gang. Goorgo Bishop and Henry May, two colored men who wanted to cut a dash in some of Mr. Weath . orly's clothing without paying for thom in June last, got each six months in tho chain gang...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 September 1895

Min BEMOTSYiLLK 8, ?, ' y?/Mi?? II>/>Q? ?/> ?ourt J?0U8O? 'V'1"'.?.....?.. Wodne?day, September 26,1895. For Salo. A No* 1 Imperial Bioyclo pneu matic tires and a bargain ibv some body. Apply at this oflieo. -, Aro You Go I MK " To thc Atlanta Exposition ? TC Rp th? 'Victoria jlorol is (he place io stop at, Head t lu* advertisement in another column and eut it oui lor reference when you get ready lo go. .Count*/ Fairs. /J:ho fair at Lumbcrton, N. C., opens October 141h for five days. The colored fair at Sumter opens Op tho 14th of October for live days. Tho railroads* have promised ie duced rates. Going to Darlington. Mr. John Barrentino, one of He bron's best citizens, hus decided to mOve to Darlington., We certainly regret to lose tisis family from Marl boro, but if OUr. los?. i?. tn. ''!o Jiin giun ;$o subinit7 Four for tho Price of Ono. Wc have made arrangements to furnish tho patrons of Til io DIOMO OOHAT the New York World three lillies a week with Tino D.WMOCKAT for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 September 1895

13133NNETTSYILLE, S. O, ?*Y S. A. munv? & fco. 0//?oc /rcs* of Court JIouse, Wednesday, September 25,1895, For ?nlo. A j($p* 1 Imperial Bicycle pneu - mn?io.tires and a bargain lor 8onu> body. Apply at this ellice. Are You Going ., To thc Atlanta Exposition? Ti so the Victoria Hotel ?s Hie place lo stop at, Bead ibo advertisement in anothor column and cul; ii OMI for reference when you got ready <o? go. County Fairs Thc lair at Lumbcrton, N. C., opens October 14th for five days. Thc colored fair ut Sumter opens on tho 14th of October for live days. Tho railroads have promised ?c duccd rates. Coma to Darlington. Mr. John Barrcntine, ono of He bron's best citizens, has decided to move'to Darlington.. We certainly regret to loso this family from Marl boro, btlt if OUr...?O?S- is-iSL-Up-hin gobi $c subiriitr Four for trie Price of One. Wc have made arrangements to furnish thc patrons of Tim DKMO OCJRAT thc New York World three times a week with Tiru DEM oca AT for the low pric...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 September 1895

lilli CONVENTIONi-ATWOBK." MANY IMPORTANT MEA3UMES INTRO DUCED AN REFERRED. Tho CoiniuittocH I?i??l fit Work on tho Sov oral niiittord 11 o forte il Outllno or tho Now Ortllnmioo? Proposed. ???AJMMA, S. 0., Soptember 17. Special : This is tho eighth day of tho session of tho Constitutional Conven tion . Up to tinto thom luis hoon O.'??y ono ordihauco passed-that orealiug Saluda Couuty. But it is not to bo inferred that oithor tho Convention or its several committees bavo boon idle. In fact thoy havo boon industriously at work. There scorns now to bc a gonoral understanding that all meas uros, as thoy aro introduced, shall bo referred to tho appropriato committee, - and that theso committees will not io port, at least on tho moro important matters, till after tho ?3rd inst. That day marks tho limit of tho limo in whidh ordinances may bo introduced. Tho committees will considor, com paro aud digest all tho measures sub mitted, and out of theso report ono (on oach of tho sovoral subjec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 September 1895

THE CONVENTION AT WOBK. MANY IMPORTANT MEASURES INTRO DUCED AN REFERRED. Tho Committees Mimi nt Wo tit on tho 8ov Otrtl lUnttov* Ko?orred Outllno of tho Now OiilliiuncoH I'inj-.osed. COLUMBIA, S. C., Soptombor In spectai : Thia is tho eighth day of tho session of the Constitutional Convon ;tion. Up to dato thero has boon only ono ordinanco passed-that oreating Saluda County. But it is not to bo inforred that either tho Convention or its sovoral committees have boon idlo. In fact thoy havo boon industriously at work. There scorns now to bo a general understanding that all meas ures, as thoy aro introduced, shall bo rof?rred to tho appropriate committee, - and that th eso committees will not re port, at least on tho moro important mattera, till after tho C3rd inst. That day marks tho limit of tho time in whidh ordinances may bo introduced. Tho committees will" consider, com paro aud digest all tho measures sub mitted, and out of theso roport ono (on each of tho sovoral subjects) in th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 September 1895

TiM?CO?VENT?()N ATAVORK. MANY IMPORTANT MEASURES INTRO DUCED AN REFERRED. Tho Oommltloo? llurU ut Work on tho Hov. oint Mutton? Koforrcd Oullhio ot tho Now Ordlimncctt Proponed. C?L?MMA, S. ?., September 17. Special : This is tho eighth tiny of tho session of Hie Constitutional Conven tion . Up to dato there has boon only ono ordinanco passed-that oreating Saluda County. But it is not tobo inforrod that eithor tho Convention or its sovoral committees have been kilo. In fact they havo boon industriously at work. There seems now to bo a goneral understanding that all meas ures, as thoy aro introduced, shall bo roforred to tito appropriate committco, - and that theso committees will not im port, at least on tho moro important matters, till af tor tho ?3rd inst. That day marks tho limit of tho time in whidh ordinances mav bo introduced. Tho committees will* considor, com paro and digest all tho measures sub mitted, and out of theso report ono (on oach of tho sovoral subjects) in tho shh...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 October 1895

" 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. STATE NEWS. HAPPENINGS OF 1NTRRIC9T PAR. AtJIiAPMICALilW PORTRAYIDI> ' In Conjunction With Politico! Notos and Pross Coinmont. Work on tho Walhalla Cotton Mills is fast hearing completion. Tho or ilors for muohiuery havo boon placed, autl tho machinery is on gaged for do-' livory on October 15. Tho building is ojio of tho best in tho state. It is oxpootcd to havo tho mill in running order bj tho hittor part of Decoiubor. Converse College, at Spartnnburg, hno had tho largest opening in its his tory. Tho enrollment this year will ronoh three hundrod and fifty studonts and they oomo from many stntCB and Canada. Every momber of tho largo faculty was promptly on hand and work bogan smoothly and effectively. Benjamin Riley, colored, diod a few days ugo at St. Augustino, Fla., of heart disease. Ho was born on Sep tember 27, 1820, ...

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