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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 February 1887

Pavlbor? democrat BY S. A. BROWN & CO. BENNETTSVILLE. SO. CA. Wednesday, February 2, I?87. -Thc Republicans will have control o! thc next U. S. Senate. Rev. Marcus A. McKibben, ol thc S. C. Conference, died on the 23rd of Jan. Prof, Edward L. Youmans, tim dis tinguished scientist is dead. Judge Simonton has boon confirmed by tho United States Senate. Judge Ashe of thu North Carolina Supremo Court is critically ill. Tho health of Hon. D. Wyatt Aiken does not improve. A detachment of tho Salvation Army is expected in Greenville very soon. It is said tliai Farmer Tillman will move to Greenville and go into grape growing. Strange explosions in West Vir ginia cause tho people to fear a vol cano. An incendiary fire at Keidsville, N. C., destroyed eight stores, a hotel and a warehouse. Tho Spring meeting of thc State Grange und tho State Agricultural Society is in session in Columbia. Tho intcr-Stato commerce bill has passed tho House and only waits the signature of tho President to be...

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. — 2 February 1887

Marlboro jcmocr?t BY S. A. BROWN & Co. PRICK, $1.50 PER YKAR IN ADVANC Of??oe iu Everett'}' Brick Building - UP STA I UH. '..??.j;'.!-".. . I.._'??J.i.'Jl1!1.'. . . ".' '???>". '.' UENNETTKVlbLK SO. CA. Weilnosday, February . 2, 1887 AK RIVAL OF ANO DEI'ARIURE OF MAILS FROM BEHHt ?TSVILLE POST OFFICE. ,/Jnines- Soulboru innil viii. Society Hill, arrives daily, at 8 30 p Iii. Leaven- Baily, at 7 o'clock, u io. Arrive*-- Northern mail vin. G roonsboro, N.C, arrives daily at 7 ?I fl p m. Leaves- Daily, at 8 4.f> o'clock, am. Arrives- Blo?heitii and Clio muil arrives Tuoadny, Thumlny und oat urdny nt IO o'clock, a rn, Leave*- Monday, Wednesday and Fri day, Kt 7 30o'clock, a m. Arrive*--Luuiinburg undi arrives Mons day and 1<\ idav.nl 5 o'clock p.m. Leaves- Saturday and Tuesday, at S, a ni' lJoiiucttsv?Jo po.sl-ofhco opens ut 8 o'clock, a m.,"find,closes at ? p m. All mails opened and distributed upon arrival, ??lfil- Monny Order business closes on Slit* urduys, ul 12 o'oloo...

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. — 2 February 1887

1 A. ll on,) o nu i cr?. 1 A dowy fragranco drifte at times Across? my wllllu? fun ia nu, tL?? loads tho rlllot or my rhymes liroua city cuttern, gusts nud grimes To lowland Holds and fences. t seem to soo, as 1 Inhalo This perfume faint and Hooting, Green hillsides sloping to a vale, Svixoso loafy shadows sczoau tho j)alo Wood Mowers from uoouduy's arootlnff. I hoar tho sonu-tho sweet boartachc Of just H pair of thrushes; And near, half dreaming, half awako, Tho ripplo of tho streamlet break Their momoutary hushos. And why, dear hoad, do I to-day, Hemmed lu by court and alloy, Seem lost in haunts o? faud and fay ? Look I-on my coat I've pinned your spray Of lillioa-of-tho-valloy. Mil. JOSEPH CHILBIJUD Mr. Joseph Chllblud-Mr. Joseph Chilblud you will understand, not John, tho happy, good-hearted no'or-dowoll entered tho bro?kfust-i'?oiTS on a chilly autumnal morning, and glanced critic ally at tho table laid for tho morning meal. Yes, it was arranged as it should bo and as Mr. Chilb...

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. — 2 February 1887

Treasure Thu flowors I planted In tho (lush of spring, 3lave budded, bloomed and wlthorod long ago ; Tho grain my lavish Andora used to throw. Long ?luco waa reaped for othor'agarnoring; Yet I ?UH rieh amid my nut uro dearth ? My gold la whero tho ralubow toucbos earth. Wy wealth ia moiton of full uiauy an oro, i>ug from tho aacrod caverns of tho past; Stored whore t ho present's quiet light la cast ; filed on the promised laud that doa boforc. All blent together, all of prlcoloss worth, All bid just wbevo tho rainbow touches earth. And memory, Faith and Honoita guardians are, Aa balding LOVO'H stroug hand I mubo my way. Knowing I near a little ovory day Tho ono miro goal where, passing o'er tho bar, I Mud, iii all tho glow of second birth, My Unsure, whero tho rainbow toe.choB t oarth. ONE DAY. Tho carriages were coming back from tho Pindan Hill and tho Porgheso gar dens. Tho sun waa sotting and the crowds ot pooplo on foot and riding who had boon listonlng to the music and look...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 February 1887

BYVS. A. ?BROWN & co. B13NNBTTSVILL??. SO. OA. Wednesday, February 2, 1887. Educational Department. KD WA 1W E. MUTTON - - Et?i??? .A Donorvod Compliment. Tho News and Cornier had in print last week, some remarks ot' Superin?1 tendent Rico concerning tho excel lent condition of the Charleston schools and complimenting Mr. F. NV. Clement and Mr. H. P. Archor. As a former pupil of these gentlemen, tho Editor of this department feels proud to udd his mito to what Col. Rico so fitly says. Charleston is blessed in having these cultivated en ergetic gontlomon in her schools 'for they have made tho Charleston schools second to none. . What's tho Mnttor With tho Educational Department of the Newberry News and Herald. We hope Bro. Jones will keep up this department in his newsy shoot and let us hear what is going on in thc educational lino in the good old coun ty of Newberry. Tho Quostion 33 ox Is in luck. In answer to "What is Socialism.*' Master Frank Heus-? tiss says, "A doctrino that...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 February 1887

#1 ar lb ovo ?) cm o trat BY S. A. BROWN <X CO. PRICE,$1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVA NC Offloo iu Everett's Brick Building . -UP STAIRS. 11 BNNHTTS VILLK SO. ()A WiMlhesday, February % HUI 7 OBoial Organ for tho Town and Countv, HUI" Mr. lioHVYKM, T. LOO AN ?H tho Author Izou riront of tho DRMOORAT in tho city of Charleston. &T0WN AND COUNTY NEWS-gg liOOAIi 0D?BRVATION8, . , moro u?vi ivviivuui. -Nexl Monday is S desday. . . Somo properly to bo ?old. . .Court Kite hero on tho 2ibt. . .Court ut Chesterfield uoxt wuok. . .Good Friday will como on April Sth. ...Now is tho timo to begin work in your gardens if you want early vegetables. . . Don't forgot to uiiiko your returns to tho Auditor. Ollloo in tho Court House. . . Solicitor Newton goes to Chesterfield Saturday. ...l'iouoliing ut tho Methodist Church every night MI?H wook, W?)'" Seed Potatoes of nil kinda ut Honans'. .. .bud cobbi ore prevailing-and some aro Haltering severely. -Thc larmer made good Uio ol il in hauling home their...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 February 1887

HOUSEHOLD. CAHKOTS uro so wholesome that it ls ? pity tliey aro not moro generally used. When cooked in salt and water and served plain they may bo good, but they eau not be said to bo tempting. This soup, however, is to lo recommended: .Put ono pint of tho red part of the car rot, grated, into a saucepan with half a pint ot boiling wator, one teaspoonful of boiling water, ono teaspoonful of sugar and two tablespoonfuls of butter. Cover closolysand Bimmor for ono hour. At tho end of "this time add half pint of biead crumbs and ono pint of white stock and simmer for ono hour longer. Then take tho pan from tho ibo and strain the contents through a very lino Riovo. Season with .salt.and popper and ?dd a cupful and a bait of hot milk. Set tho pan with the strained soup up on tho range and beat up tho yelks of two eggs with half a cupful of milk. As soon as the soup bolls up once add tho eggs and milk; let all boil ono min ute, stirring constantly, and servo with out delay, CnoQUKTTKS of...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 February 1887

HOUSKU?LU CAI:KOTS aro so wholesome that lt ls ? l?ity tuey aro not moro generally used. IV hon cooked In salt and water and set ved plain thoy may ho good, but they can not be said to be tempting. This soup, however, ls to bo recommended: ;Put one pint of tho red part of the car rot, grated, into a saucepan with half a pint of boiling waler, one teaspoonful of boiling Water, ono teaspoonful of sugar and two tablespoonfuls ot butter. Cover closelyvand simmer for ono hour. At tho end of this time add half pint of bread crumbs and ouo pint of white stock and simmer for ono hour longer. The? take tho pan from tho Uro and strain the contents through a very Duo sieve. Season with .salt and popper a nd add a cupful and a half of hot milk. Set tho, pan with the strained soup up on the range and beat up tho yelks of two eggs with half a cupful of milk. As soon as tho soup bolls up once add tho eggs and milk; let all boil ono min ute, stirring constantly, and servo with out delay. CROQUETTES...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 February 1887

HOUSEUOLU. ?Ail HOTS are so wholesome that it ls tn pity they aro not moro generally used. Whop cooked in salt and water and ser ved plain thoy may ho Rood, but thoy eau not bo said to bo tempting. This soup, howovor, is to bo recommended: Put one pint ot tho red part of tho car? rot, grated, into a saucepan with half a pint of bolling walor, one teaspoonful of boiling water, ono teaspoonful of sugar and two tablespoonfuls of butter. Cover closely ?md slmmor for ono hour. At tho end of this time add half pint of btead crumbs and ono pint of white steck and sunnier for ono hour longer. Then take tho pan from tho firo and strain the contents through a very flue Rieve. Season with .salt and popper and add a cupful and a half of hot milk. Set tho pan with tho strained soup up on tho range and beat up tho yelks of two eggs with half a cupful of milk. As soon as tho soup boils up once add tho eggs and milk; let all boil ono min ute, stirring constantly, and servo with out delay. CHOQUETTE...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 February 1887

Do thou Groat Liborty Inspire our Souls and make our lives in thy possession happy, or our Deaths Glorious in thy Just Dofonoe." BENNETTS VILLE. S. C.. FEBRUARY 9, 1887. NO. 9. l?eenuso or Theo. rd y lifo lion grown so dear to mo Uscnuse of thou I IVly maiden with tho oyes dem uro, And quiet, mouth and forehead pure. Joy makes a Bummor In my heart Hecauso thou art I The vory winda melodious ho Iteeauso of theo t Tho rose, is sweeter for thy sake, Tho waves in Koiter muslo break. On bright or wing tho swallows dart (teca ti MO thoa arti My ?ky is swept of shadows lreo HeaaUBQ of thee t Keri ow ami care have lost their sting, The blossoms glow, tho linnets sing, AM things in my delight have part lb causo tl on nrl I T i 1H FATAL QU AUREL. uj?ufc ( say you shall not." "And 1 say I will. Tho speakers were husband and wire. The iermor leaned on tho mantlc-picco und frowned angrily, looking down at, the latter as he spoke. The wife still sitting by the tea-table, for that meal bad just be...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 February 1887

gggggggg! ".! aasjgg.'"g BY S. A. BROWN & Co. BENNBTTSVILLE. SO. CA. Wednesday, February 9, 1887. EDITOKIAL NOT EB. Fruit trocs nro putting out their lcavo6 in many parts of tho State K- J. Konnody, Esq., luis rc tired from tho editorialuiauagomont of tho Chosior fiold Advertiser. Ho is succeodod by Mr. D. M. Baroutiuo. A ?eotiou of tho Salvation Army, un* der command of Lieut. Newton, will com? meneo operations in Columbia on the 13th inst. An earthquake shock was felt in itu diana and Illinois on the?th. Nodamage done. A tremendous ice gorge and iiood hos done much damage at Port Do pesit, Mu. Tho citizens of Marion have voted* tho special tax for tho establishment of the graded schools. Henry Ward Beecher says there is go ing to be an earthquake in Europe that will split her from top to bottom.. Miss Rose Elizabeth Clevolnnd, tho President's sister, is to bo married in April noxt. A Presbyterian minister is thc bridegroom elect. N. F. Evins, familiarly known as "Dad" Evins, o...

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. — 9 February 1887

$larluOVQ Jeniocrat BV S. A. BROWN & Co. NENNETT8VILLK SO. OA. Wednesday, February 9, loo? PRICE, i$1.50 PER VJ.AR IN ADV ANC Educational Depart nient. Kl) WA HD ti. MUTTON - - Editor. Lot'a Do lt. O'er wujwurd childhood wouldst thou hold lion ru!??, And HUH thoo iii tho light of happy Taoes, ?.?iv?, 11 .>(>? uin? P??i?lK'C"-t?v?O iii?Si uO ! iiji grace?, And in th ino own heurt lot thom first koop school, - Coltriilgc, "Nil Doaporrmduin." Thc opportunity has come anti gone, and for the next twelve months Bennetts ville has concluded to be content with her schools as they are. Thc Principal and teachers of the Marlboro Graded School were naturally anxious to have thc school supported by taxation, as they would then have more material upon which to work, hut they recognized the main difficulty in thc matter, and this was thc insufficiency ot the tax. There were other reasons which influenced the Trustees of the school in this matter, but they were alraid to attempt to run t...

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. — 9 February 1887

What. Does it Mattoe ? Wealth nod glory, and placo and power, What nro'thoy worth to mo or you? Vor thu loaso ot lifo ruuR out in nu hour, And death Htauda ready to claim bia duo ; ?Sounding honora or hon ps ol' gold. What aro they all whon all la told V A pain or a plcasuro, n tumlo or a tear - What docs it matter which wo claim ? For wo step from tho oradlo into tho bier, And a careless world goos on tho ?auto. Hours of glndnoss or hours of .sorrow, "What docs it mattor to us to-morrow V Truth of lovo or vow of friend Tender caresses or cruol snoors - "What do thoy matter to us in tho oud? For tho brief day dies and tho long night nears. Passionate ltlssos, or toara of gall, Tito gravo will open and cover thom all, Homeless vagrant, or honored guest, Poor and humblo, or rich anti groat All aro racked with tho world's uurest, All must incut with tho common falo, Dlfo from childhood till wo nrc old, What la all whon all la told ? PERILS OF AUTHORSHIP. Mildred's pretty face wore a no...

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. — 9 February 1887

tmmrmr\1 W 11 I I T IMIIIII? Kqulvoonl?oii. Wo lingered, lu tho not to part, Tho lust word still unspoken, I3y tho quick beutinrj of my honrt Tho sllonco faintly hrokou. So beautiful Hbo scorned and jjuro Ali mo i how I should miss her, Unnblo longer to enduro My wlab, 1 asUod to hiss her. A blush of deepest rose o'orsprcad i 1er frico, ns if to mask it, As, with a woman's art, sbo said, "Wliy, Frank, you should not ask lt I TI IGIRLS WON THE RACE. Every summer of my girlhood was spent on Grandpa Adams' farm. Per haps heaven will bo moro beautiful, and perhaps tho eternities will yiold a falror host of delights, but I doubt it. Tho old farm houso was set bohiud a row of poldar trees, and even yet I can seo when I close, my eyes tho sway of their stately tops, when tho harpur of thc winds called time for sudden storms, or when on breezy summer afternoons tho changeful silver of their reversed leaves gleamed Uko the crost of a breaking billow. Leading up to tho houso was a garden walk...

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. — 9 February 1887

atlooro fawnrat BV S. A. BROWN & Co. BENNETTSVILLE, BO. CA. Wednesday, February 9, 1887. ARRIVAL OF AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS FROM GEH NEUVILLE POST OFFICE. ^Zmvci-Southoru lunil vio. Society Hill, orrives dftUy? nt 8 30 p ui. Leaves- Doily, at 7 o'clock, a in. Arrives- Northern mail vin. Greensboro, N. C., arrives tinily at 7 45 p ui. Leaves- Daily, at 8 45 o'clock, a ui. Arrives-Bleu hoi in and Clio mail arrives Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday nt IO o'clock, a in, Leaves- Monday, Wednesday mid Fri day, at 7 30 o'clock, a ui. Arrives-Laurii)burg mail arrives Mons) day and Fuday.at 5 o'clock p.m. ' Leaves- Saturday aud Tno&dny, ot 8, a in* Bonuottsvillo post>oflico opons at 8 o'clock, a to., aud^oloscsat 5 pm. Ail Illulia ?p?iivu uiju ui?uiv?iod UpOtl arrival. .fi-?- Molloy Ordor business closes on Sat urdays, ut 12 o'clock, m. T. L. CllOULANI), 1?. M. MARLBORO GRADED SCHOOL. PRINCIPAL-Ed. E. Britton. TnuaTKKB-r. E. Dudley, C. M. Wooth* orly, D. D. MoColl, J. F. Everett, T. ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 February 1887

iBadboro Jcmocra? BY S. A. BROWN & Co. BENNETTSVILLE, SO. <jA. Wednesday, February 9, 18?7. ARRIVAL OF AND DEPAR1UHE OF MAILS FROM DEHNETTSYILLE POST OFFICE. Arrives-Southern undi via- Society Hill, arrives daily? at 8 30 p m. Leaven- Daily, at 7 o'clock, a ui. Arrive?- Northorn mail vin. Greensboro, N. C., arrives daily at 7 '15 p m. Leave*- Daily, at 8 45 o'clock, a m. Arrive?-Blenheim and Clio mail arrives Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday at 10 o'clock, a ni, Leaves- Mouday, Wednesday and Fri day, at 7 HOo'clock, a m. Arrives-Lauriuburg mail arrives Mons day and Fuday.at 5 o'clock p.m. Leave?- Saturday aud Tuesday, at 8, a rn* BoDUOttsvilin post>ofiico opens at 8 o'olock, a iu., and closes at 5 p m. All wails oponed aud distributed upon arrival. jU?T* Monoy Ordor business olosca on Sat urdays, ut 12 o'olook, tn. T. Ii. OOSLANO, P. M. MARLBORO GRADED SCHOOL. PRINCIPAL-Ed. E. Britton. TmiBTKKB-T. E. Dudley, C. M. Wonth- I crly, D. D. MoColl, J. F. Everett, T. J. ll roed on...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 February 1887

?larHow Jemocra? BY S. A. BROWN & Co. HENNETT8VILLB SO. GA. Wednesday, February 9, 1UU7 Offioo in Everett's Brick Building - ur STAIRS. Official O/gan for tho Town and Counlv, ?TOWN AN?loUNTY NEWS.^ LOOAIJ OBSERVATIONS. -Court opens here on the 21st with a heavy criminal and civil docket. ..Got ready for tho Entertainment nt McColl's Hall, on Friday night. Some thing good. , . Tho Inlost from Ringham, tho mur derer is, that ho contemplated tho murdor of Minn Turlington n month beforo he com mitted tho deed. . . Mr, Carnwcll, tho Toinporanco Lec turer ia on a tour Routh. AH our Division ?B dead, wo can not hope to hnvo him with us this year. Give un a Southern Latitude. Thc BovcrcBt blizzard of the wintor was j raging in Dakota last week, whilo tho weather herc wns moro Uko Spring. Two More New Engines. Tho Capo Fear & Yadkin Valley Rail? road havo purchased two more "Jumbo" Engines for tho freight department, Death of Willoughby Reade. Prof. J. Willoughby Rondo, tM well? kno...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 February 1887

: ... vOi'Kll Ol?1 THU KAU. -.\ r-ijutu?uiVii?O J?oyoml tho Mero !<"<.;> ist rat iou ol' Hound-Chut* uotoriBtios. The generally accented tlieory that a largo car denotes gonoroslty and a. ?mail ear tho roYorso is a shallow con clusion based upon tho most superficial observation. Tho configuration and position of a near moan much moro than its si zo. Largo ears rather moro often than small ones aro tmelaborato, pre senting no well defined elevations and deprossions, which smooth surfaco indi cates holli a want of perception and delicate understanding. This same smooth surface, whether tho ear bo largo, or small, usually indicates tho very refinement- of selfishness. It is true that among tho larg , smooth caied people aro found tho doers of good; but observation will, as amie, dis^loso tho fact that such action has its source in self-gratllication, and not in an unselfish willingness to enduro foi Ibo good of others. An ear which is rather long, has a less bluntly defined el...

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 May 1887

" 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. Talking In Their Sleep. "You think 1 um doini," Tho apple tree said, " boonu so I havo never ? loaf lo show UecAuso I stoop, .And ?i?y branches droop, Amt tito tl lill K?'-y inoasca over toa grow . feilt ?'m all allvo in trunk and shoot ; t ho buds of next May I fold away Hill 1 pdy Hio withered ?rasa at my root." "You think I am dead," Tho (inicie urass ?i?*i, 11 J?ccaiiso I have parted with atom and hlntiol Hut under the ground I am safe and sound, With llio snow's thiele blankot over ino laid. * L'in ul) alive, and ready to shoot, Bhoilid tlio Spring of tho Year Como dnnetttg hero Pul ' pdy tim (luwor without branch or root," "You itiiiilc I am dead," A soft voico said, " btv inls? not a branch or root 1 own ! i nover havo died, Hut closo 1 hido Ju a pt ? ray seed that tho wind has sown. Patient 1 walt through tho long wlnl...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 May 1887

"Do thon Groat Liborty Inspiro our Souls and mako our livos in thy possossion happy, or our Deaths Glorious in thy Just Defenoo." VOL. XII. BENNETTS VILLE. S. C., MAY ll, 1887. NO. 22. Talkln? I? Their 8lcr-n. "You think 1 um dead," Tin) npplo tree said, M i)oonu?? I huvo never a loaf to show Jiecnuao I stoop, And TD y branches droop, Amt (ho ?lull grey mouses over tao grow ! i'm rd! lillvo in trunk und shoot; Tho buds of next May I fold away Hui 1 pity tho withered grda? at my root." "You lld uk I nm doad," Tho quick grass said, "licoauao I havo parted with stem and bindo I lint under t ho ground I nm Barn and sound, Willi tho snow's thick bltuikot over mo laid. t Vin all ulive, and ready to shoot, tthould tho Spring of tho Year Como danobig hero HUI ! pity tho dower without branch or root." "You ihii??c i am dead," A soft voico said, " Hiv ailso not a branch or root 1 own ! I never havo died, lint closo I hido Ju u plumy seed that tho wind has Bown. PtUi?ut i wait through tho long...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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