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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 October 1895

8? A. liltOWK - - - Editor. "Wednesday, Ootober 9, 1895. X?EN AND SOISSOllOUAPHS, Darlington has sont a carload of lino tobacco to tho Atlanta Ex position. Fayottovillo is going to try a ?80,000 cotton factory on tho in stallment plan. Col. John J. Dargan' has sold his intorost in tho Sumter Free man and retired. Col. Ham, the noted Georgia lecturer and humorist, will be at Darlington to-morrow night. Col. Black has beaten Tom Watson for Congross in tho 10th District in Georgia for tho third time. Tho Consuls'at Foo Chaw, Chi na, havo called for warships. Powder and lead will soon settle that racket with China, Mr. J. D. Haynesworth. a pop ular young man in Darlington society, died on Thursday last after ail illnessof several months. Visitors to tho Atlanta Expo sition say ^outli Carolina has al ready a creditable exhibit with daily additions that will place her in the lead. The grand jury of tho District of Columbia surprised some of tho denizens of that province the other day by r...

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 October 1895

1 haye just completed the prettiest Store in the Pee Dee section and Bought the Largest and MOST COMPILETE ASSORTMENT OF GOODS that has ever heen placed on sale, and bought the most of my Stock before goods had advanced, and am therefore prepared to offer most flattering inducements to my customers. TIE PRETTIEST UNE OF MU?? <B<BX?D? II TIE MARKET, At Prices that will make them Sell to the Rieh and Poor. Come and See! Both. Dress and Apron Styles. Some thia g Now and Attractive both as to Goods and Prices, and when seen will be admired. J8@" A dozen different articles of Dross Wear that are something new this season. Bleached G-oodsto suit the season. Ladies and Gents Underwear & Hosiery, A Specialty, and Low Down in Prices. Or 9 im select from, and the 9 have ever sold. ?ST COME AND LET US FIT YOU UP IN A STYLISH SUIT, at prices that will astonish you. DOTS AND SHOE THE LAUGEST ST?G K IN TOWN to select from and at old prices. dSir3 Now in tho time to buy your Shoes before...

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 October 1895

sn OponiiifeDayl SciHoinbe.- 18th. Closing Day, December 31st, FORESTRY BUILDING. iii ii ? MANUFACTURERS' AND LIBERAL ARTS BUILDING, ??? ... PINK ARTS BUILDING. Ali 3 m Effmiikn m nfl m ret m ?s&a N? GRO BUILDING. AGRICULTURAL BUILDING. (MO?K TO ?OIAOW NEXT WKRK.) NOT IN TEXAS WILL CO ll Bli TT AND FITZ S IM MONS II AV IQ THEIR BOUT. Tho Legiclnturo Passes an Autl-Prl/.o Fight Law. A Special from Austin, Texas, Bays: Oorbolt and ?'itzsimmons muBt lind nuothor plaoo than Texas to pull off thoir light for tb o proposed cbampion sbip of tho world, i Tho legislature by a voto that was practically unanimous in tho senate and only a little lesa in Ibo house, pnss od tho bill prohibiting prizo fighting, aud thus nooomplishod thc purposo for whioh tho governor OBsembled them in special session, j Tho voto by whioh tho bill wns oar j ried furnisher! tho strongest proof of I tho h'cntiinoot of tho slate with rofor j enco to prize fighting. Tho only rally- , j ing point of tho minority wns...

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 October 1895

REV. DR. TALM?GK" 'VlfIC NOTKD I?VINK'S 8UN?>A1 l>l8COim8f<b Subject- "Gideon's Ktittlo With the MldlaiiHos." TEXT: *'Aul tho thron compnnlons blow tho trumpets, and brake tho pitchers, and hold tho'amos lu thole loft bunds and tho trumpets tn their right hands to blow withal. And they stood every man In lil? nineo round About tho camp, and till the host ran und orlod and fled."-Judges vii., 20. 21. That ls tho strangest bnttlo ovjr fought. God had told Gideon to go down and thrash tho Midlanltf s, but his army ls too largo, for tho glory must bo ??YOU to God and not tn man. And so proclamation ls mad? that uH thoso o'tho troops who nr.* cowardly and waut to go homo may go. and 22,000 of thom scampered away, loaring only 10,000 men. But God suya tho army ls too largo yoi, and BO ho orders thoso 10,000 romnining to march down through n Btronm and eommand Gideon to not too In what manaor thoso men drink of tho walor as they pass through tt. If thoy got down on alt fours and d...

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 October 1895

LINE - FALL - GOODS AT ROWE BROTHERS. OUH Buyer having spent several weeks iu tho Norther Mar keta buying our stock of FALL GOODS al cash prices, we now feel confident that wo can savo you money. Dress Goods, Dress Goods. A most marvelous fi&ortment of fine, cheap aud medium grades in Black and Colored Dress Goods. Brocadillo in Beautiful Styles only.15 cenia. Mohair Brocades (Wool Finish) only.16? Brocado Saloon (Best Quality) only.20 All Wooli Silk Mixture, Cororot Wool Serges, Henriettas, Nov elty Fancy E?ccts, Figured Cashmeres, etc. A beautiful lot of Figured Silks for Waists and Trimminga. Crepou, Ta?lita, Moire, Outings, Ginghams in endless varioty. KTOTIOKTS. In this line we are always in tho head. We have not spaco to mention tho many bargains we have in this department, so call and seo thom. Cents Furnishing Goods. A great lino of Scarfs, Four-in-ilaud and Wiudsor Ties, Silk Handeruhicfs, etc. Wo sell tho lt. & G., Warner's nnd It. & V. Corsets. THE LATEST STYL...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 October 1895

BENNETTBYILLE, S, O, HY S. A. IBROWN A CO. ",?,?WWW'...?....Jrf....,.?.?....?. Qfllce West of Court House, Wednesday, Ootober 9,1895. Pupils Jn tho schoolu. The repoyt of Commissioner G. W. Hcarscy for thc- past scholastic year shows that there were 3,819 pupils enrolled in tho public schools in this county. Of-this number thero wore 1,G40 whites mid 1,090 colored. The Drought Broken. Tho long spoil of delightful working weather was broken on Monday night with a gentle driz zly drowsy shower that lasted all night. A largo number woro caught with fresh cut hay aud soine had commenced to pull com. Unolulm&il Lottors. Trotters addressed to the follow ing persons remain uncalled for at tho postoftiee: Mrs. Cornelia Gourdin, Charles Gonzalos. Miss Mary Ivey. Mr. William Mclaurin, Mr. S. Pous ton, Mr. R. Li. Pennington, Miss Amolia Walles. \Four for the Price of Ono. ? We have made arrangements to furnish the patrons of Tun DKMO OCKAT the New York World three times a week with THE DEM...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 October 1895

CON VENTION NOTES. WORK Ci? TUM BODY NOW UN DKR FULTJ HKADWAY. ?Ooboto on Various Measures Now in Full Blast. Six toon th Day. In tho constitutional oonvontion Friday tho committoo on corporations ! roportcd an artiolo covering that sub joot in uinotoon sootious, most of .which aro wholly novol in tho organic law of tho stato, tho old constitution having touchod vory lightly upon tho regulation o,f corporations. Tho first Bcotiou do?inos corporations to bo all associations and joint stook ooiupa nics, having powors and privilogos not possessed by individual? or partner ships, and excludes munioipnl corpo rations, Sucootmive Kootions show tho follow ing provisions of general interest; No railroad, express, telegraph or tole phono company is allowed to mako contracts rolieving it from its common law liability. No charter shall bo granted by special law except to insti tutiouH under tho oontrol of tho state, but tho legislature is required to pr? vido for theil* organization undor gen ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 December 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. i?uCTvi?ira?uini?w I? ??!? ! , STATE NEWS. HAPPENINGS OF INTIDRRST PAR. AGRA 1* II 10 AIJTJY PORTRAYED In Conjunction With Political Notos and Prosa Commont. Capt. A. A. Pollock, of Ohoraw bas gottou bia broom factory in running ordor, nud ia turning out brooms for tho trade. Ho has raisod his own broom oom, and if business pnys woll tho plant will bo onlargcd noxt year. Tho township bond dooision of tho state supremo oourt is revorsod by tho supremo court of tho Unitod States. Tho opinion of tho highor oourt, sum marized olaowhoro, is swooping in its terms and not only ostablishos tho val idity of a largo indobtodnoss in this stete, but givoR n broad hint to tho constitutional convention. Tho constitutional oonvoution is now gettiug towards- tho ond of its work. The ninth wook of tho workingsossion hes boon concluded, leaving...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 December 1895

TliE MARLBORO ?fOCRAT 8, A. BROWN - - - Editor. Wednesday, December 4,1895, TUB BAPTIST CONVENTION. The State Baptist convention met in Greenville last Thursday. Kev. K. Vf. Sanders was re-elected presi dent and Judge J. H. Hudson and W. D. Rice vice-presidents. AV. T. Gresham and A. B. Woodruff wore re-clcctcd clerks. There was a large delegation in attendance, and the hospitality of Greenville knew no bounds. The delegates from Marlboro were well paid for their visit. ?The next convention will beheld in Charleston. PEN AND SCISSOlti/ItAPHS. A railroad from Choraw to Chester field court house is now tho talk. Governor Gordon, of Georgia, w ill lecture iu Darlington on tho 27th, Tho new homestead law permits the holder to moi tgage it if ho or sbe likes. The terrific storm of wind, rain and snow out West Inst week did not come Sou h. Greenville county is credited with five murders in three weeks-a fearful record. The new constitution hus at last been completed and the convention is ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 December 1895

Tho How Sido. Tho nuoibor olnes waa reoitirig, and little Erma, woe eout to tho1 blaokboard to writo tho nunibor ton in figures. 8ho wrote it baokwards, wkou o littlo boy, who wns wntohing attentively, ex olaiino(|, "It's npfc right, professor. Tho ono wants to bo on tho haw siilo of tho naught." Fill SO WltllOMMCH. Th aro aro knaves now and ilion mot with who roplo*ont certain local l-l I tern ami pohon oua stimuli as identical with or possessing proportion ukin to thoso or Hosteller's 81 om aoh Pitiers. These t-onmps only succeed In foisting tholr trashy compounds upon p-oplo unacquainted with tho jennine art icle, which 1?as much their opponlto as day ls tn ni ?ht. Ask and tako no substituto tor tho grand remedy for mullirla, dyspepsia, const I pp.t ion, rheumatism and kidney trouble. Thought ls troublesome to lilia who llvos without his own approhatluu. Dr. Kilmer's 8 w AMP- HOOT ouroi all Kidney and bladder trouble:!. Pamphlet and Consultation fno. Laboratory Illiurhaiuton, M. ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 December 1895

ni ?-?m.,.11 Hil I ii M i i H gggwU lii'TlV'i'Vi B AT CL08E QUARTERS. ? Flffht with sm Aucvy Eattlo Eunko in a Dugout. Oar nero Rocolvos a- Straugo Premonition of Ills Onager - Ho {julta Ulmsoir Like a Mun-Thou Faints .Uko iv Wonitin. VA man I knov/," suy3 a writer lil tho St. Louis Globc-Domoorat, .'lind nu adventure with a rattlesnake in (i dugout once that wasn't funny. East-that's tho man's name-was getting out timber during tho high water, and was about two milos from camp In a submerged cane brake He was lu tho bow of thc boat and stooped over to get a drink of water. When bo arose bc started backward toward thc stern. What it was that made him turn and look bobina him East never could toll, but he swears that something told . him to do it. Any wa)' bo did it, and ho hasn't quit being glad of lt yet, for, coiled up in thc boat, about two foot iii front of tin; stern sent, was a tremendous rattlesnake. East says it made a pile bigger than u bushel measure, and I guess lt dill, ...

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. — 4 December 1895

TUR MARLBORO DEMOCRAT Bl^NlT?TTSVILLE, S, 0. ?v w. ?\. it KO war & cb. Ofllco West of Court House* Wednesday, December 4,1895, A Chance for You. yt, P. Breedon hus a carload pf choice mules mid sixteen horses j hst in and ready for work. Call and get your pick. A Musical Recital. Miss Stallings' music class will givo an entertainment at the Graded ?School on Friday evening beginning at 7 o'clock sharp. Tho public are cordially invited, Unclaimed Lottors. Letters addressed to tho follow ing persons remain uncalled for at tho postoftico: Mr. T. B. Johnson, Mrs. E. Mooro, Mrs. M. A.. MeLemore. in Troblo Again. Joseph McCollum, colored, was before the Mayor yesterday for bis bad conduct in west Bennetts* ville on Saturday afternoon and beating old Diana, for which ho was given choice of paying $5 or staying ton days in jail, W. P. Breeden has Them. Thc Tyson & Jones Buggy Co., of Carthage, N, C.,'carried off tho promtutns and honors at tho Atlanta imposition. Their competitors w...

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. — 4 December 1895

A NEW PLAN ; _V/S'U' ITOR REPLENISHING THE GOLD RESERVE SHORTAGE. This Move. Howovor, IR Only a Tom porory rbcuodlout* Tho administration has dooidod up; ou o plau t? replenish tho gold roaorvo which it ia confidently oxpootod will hove tho ctTeot of doforriug for aomo timo, nt lonat, tho iosuo of hondo for that purpose Tho following oiroular WOB sout to subtroosury o?lc?rs : TiiBAsuny DnrAitTMENT, "WASHING TON, D. G., Novombor 23.-Sir: Do portmout iustrnotions of July 9th and August 23d, 1886, requiring you to rojcot and plaeo a distinguishing mark on all gold coins prosontod to your office for doposit whioh aro found to bo below tho lonst ourront weight, aro hereby so modiftod as to instruot, when roquostod to acoopt all suoh coins at valuation in proportion to thoir notunl woight, such valuation to bo dotorminod by doduoting from tho nominnl valuo 4 oonts for onoh grain, troy, found below tho standard woight on ouch piooe. All light woight pieces, thus roooiYod by you aro to bo h...

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. — 4 December 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. C? _j c< vg nt y For sale by A J. RUWE 0 TAX NOTICE. TKRASUHEH'8 OVKICR, ) Bcnnettfivillc, S. 0, Sept. I?;, 1895. J ?)fo book? for thc collection of taxes for Ulollficid year commencing November let, ^?ni894, will bo open nt Bennottsvillo Oelobor jj?tf&> 15th at tho Trcnfrurcr'a tilico in the court h ou KO nnd will remain open until December 31st, 189S, when tho permlty will bo added on all not poid by'that dato. Tho levy in as follow? : For Stato pto poses, For school tox, 2 . Ordiuary county tax, 3 Back indebtedness. ?li Milk Mills. Mills. Mill. Total levy, io Mills, Fob tnx on ull malos from 21 to ?o years of ago, $1. For Marlboro Graded School, bcnnotls villo, 3 mlllB. For WMIB Graded Sohool, Bcd bluff township, School Distrlot No. 18, 2 mills. For .To I um Graded Sohool, embrnolng pint of Kui Bluff, Hebron and A...

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. — 4 December 1895

'"Tho Oinoinnati Sohool Board hag decided that tho Lord's Prayer is^eOQ tariau.1* ' Tho prediotiou of tho Iron Ago that our iron produotion would soon ronoh tho uuprccodontod figuro ot .200.000 tons o wcok has boon moro than voriflod already. Exporimeuts of tho nrmy "with "emorgonoy rations'? indicate to tho Chicago Tiuios-Horald that tho con densed food tablots would bo n good thing to feod to tho ouomy. Alarmed by tho growing frcquonoy and boldness of train robberies, tho officials of tho Ohioago and Northwest* orn B?ilw?y havo abandoned tho pay ear and will pay their cmployos by cheeks. If a man or woman should lose l\isor her lariiyx he or she neod not grievo but may aotually rejoice, for Professor Stuart, of tho "University of Sydney, Now South Wal os, has invontod au artifloial artiolo, tho mechanism of which can mako tho voico soprano, tenor, contralto or baso at will. ' Tho oxporimouts which havo boon undertaken in Dotroit, upon Long Island, and in various plaoos in pro vidi...

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. — 8 January 1896

" 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. STATIS NEWS. lIAPFISNINOSOIf INTICIIKST PAR. A<? KAPUI CALLY PO UT It A Y IOU* In Conjunction With Political Notos and Press Commont. Tho Btirvoys for tho lincB for Saluda cornily have already boon inndo. Tho diagonals for tho location of tho coun ty 6onl, however, have not yet beon run. Wl.thlh a short time now tho movors of tho Carolina Cotton Mills expoot to begin on tho additional s took that tho company is to isstio. The company ?H now Capitalized at $10l),0()(), which is being paid up on tho instalment pla?. Moro than that amount hus been nuked for and tho compnny will issue a new eorios of stock in January for an addi tional $100,01)0. A commission for a chnrtor lins been issued hy (ho Boitlh Carolina Midland company, of Barnwell. Tho corpora tors named aro J. \V. Crow, J. L. Vil lulouga and Mike Brown. Tho com pnny ...

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. — 8 January 1896

1)0 THOU O HEAT Jil MK HT Y INSPIRE OUR SOULS AN 1) MAKE OUR LtV^-S IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY, OH OOH pWATiiS GLORIOUS IN THY JUST DEFENSE. VOL. XXL BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., W M LS DAY, JAN HA it Y 8, 1.89(5. NO. 3 STATE NEWS. HAPPENINGS OF INTIGIMCST PAH. AGKAPIIIOALLY POUTKAYIGD In Conjunction With Political Notos und Pros? Comment. Tho snrvoys for tho lines for Snludn county have already boon m a do. Tho diagonals for tho lee.ilion of tho coun ty sont, however, huyo not yet boen run. Within n short time now tho movors of tho Carolina 'Cotton Mills expect to begin on tho additional slock that tho company ia to issue. Tho company is now capitalized at ?100,000, which is being paid up on tho instalment pion. Moro than thal amount has boon asked for and tho company will issue a now sorios of Btook in January for au addi tional 8100,000. A commission for a charter has boon issued by tho Soul h Carolina Midland company, of Barnwell. Tho corpora tors named ure J. W. Crow, J. Ii. V.tl luloii...

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. — 8 January 1896

lillipilli 8t?,imOirir - - - Editor. Wednesday, January 0, 1896. PEN AND SCI8SOtt(7UAPHS. Marion's artesian well is giving sat isfaction. Utah ?8 no longer a Territory but now a State. A railroad from Chcraw to Camdon is now the talk. Thero aro uow 34 Republicans in Congress from tho Southern States. Jim Sanders, colored, was bonged for niurdor at Harnwell on Friday last. Tho Atlanta Exposition closed ou the 31st Tho directors claim a loss ol $200,000. Tennessee will colobrato hor centen nial next fall with au Exposition to last 100 doy?. Mr. W. K. Ryan, a well knowt. broker and cotton merchant of Char leston, is dead. It is wii'i in tho recese raid by tho Cuban iovurgonU, tivy ?i strove r, ...,x>,oot?ooo \m? oT\ail$&r ?safl?? nuul LnSi) burned many budding^! "" tho planta* Mont* -S. W. Grier railroad and express agent at Roseboio, on tho Cnpo Fcnr and Yudkiu Valley road, lins .confessed to tho robbery reported nt his depot on tho 22d of December last. J. W. Tufts, of Boston,...

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. — 8 January 1896

BEMETTSYILLE, S, 0. BY ?. A. JIUOWN & ?0. Ojjlce West of Court House* Wednosday, January 8, 1896. nw-iiiiMt m m.itimBirr11''*11"-8T f [ARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS First Round-J, B WILSON, P. K. North Marlboro, Ebonuzor, Jun. 3 Jhlghtavillo, Bethel, Ja?. 4, 5 (?ODDOttevIllo Station, Jan. 2, 5 "ouuettevillo Ct., Jan. 9 Clio, Beulah, Jnu. io bloohohn, Hebron, Jan. 11,12 A Prlzo PI?. Mr. P. V. Newton, of Brights villc, killed ti IG months pig lust eek weighing 520 pounds. They raise now what they oat in Brighls ville. Unclaimed Lottors. Lottors addressed to tho follow ing persons romain uncalled for at the postoirice: Mr. Stoano Loadholtor, Miss ' iii .. . . Vilson, .Orov/y Cautil, i !ap? ( ?u: t\, j I- Ira Iii ShbUhvttli . Un Saturday night last about | half-past 8 o'clock a tenant house on Mr. C. S. Grant's place in Smith ville, occupied by John Guinn, was | consumed with nearly everything in it, and without ono cent of insu rance. Married In Kentucky. The last issue o? thc Way of...

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. — 8 January 1896

Muming tho Cotton Crop. Tho movomont looking to no lu crc?GC of Ino ?ti lluu uorcugo next your was inaugurated by tho Memphis Cot ton Exohango ? few days ugo nt a g?n ?ral mooting called for tho purpose. Tho preamble to tho rosolutiou adopt ed sols forth that a large crop of cot ton grown nt heavy expense brings but little, if any, larger total value, con trasting 1806 with past your? to estab lish tho fnot, and adds : "Anothor mutier for tho farmors to beor iii mind is that at tho presont time, when thoro is a romoto possibil ity of a war, if suoh should occur, tho inevitable rosult thoroof would bo to doprooiato tho valuo of cotton sud ap preciate tho valuo of all food crops : Thorofore, bo it "llesolvod, That tho Memphis Cot ton ICxohango urgently recommends to tho producers that tho production of homo BiipplicB bo nuulo tho first con sideration in planting operations for tho coming year, and that tho aoreago of ootton bo not increased ovor that of last year. "llosolvod, That wo ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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