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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. STATE Nl?WS. HAPPENINGS OW INTICRI5ST PAK. AGUAPIIIOA.LLY POUTUAYIfiD In Conjunction With Political Notos mid Press Com mon t. Tho survoys for tho lines for Saluda county hovo already boen imulo. Tho diagonals for tho locution of tho coun ty sont, however, haye not yet bcou mu. Within a short time now Ibo movors of tho Carolina Cotton Mills expcot to begin on tho additional stock that tho company io to issuo. Tho oompany is now capitalized at $100,000, which is hoing paid up on tho instalment plan. More than that amount has been asked for and tho company will issue a now serios of stock in Jauunry for nu addi tional $100,000. A commission for a char lor has boon issued by tho Mouth Carolina Midland company, of Barnwell. Tho corpora tors named aro J. W. Crow, J. Lt. Vil lalongo and Mike Brown. Tho com pany proposes to start out...

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

S. A. BROWN - - - Editor. Wednesday, January 8, 1896. PEN AN? ?Cl?S?R?HAPHS? Marion's artesian well is giving eat? iefaotiou. Utah is no longer a Territory but now a State. m A railroad from Oheraw to Camdon is now tho talk. There aro now 34 Republicans hi Congress from the Southern States Jim Sanders, colored, was hanged for murder at Harnwell on Friday last. Tho Atlanta Exposition closed, ou tho 81st Tho directors claim a loss of AQAA AAA .j>Zw,wv. Tenuessco will celebrate her centen nial next fall with au Exposition to last 100 day*. Mr. AV. K. Ryan, a weil kuown broker and cotton merchant of Char leston, is dead. It is paid iii the rece* i raul by the Cuban ioevtrgenU;, tl . y deslroyo r "./>,oo'ii,000 loris '>r sn'jfavenc ?UT then bumed many buildings on ?bu pt ni) ta* tion& Si AV. G ri cr: railroad nod express agent at Roseboio, on the Cape Fear and Yadkiu Valley road, has .confessed to tho robbery reported at his depot on the 22d of December last. J. W. Tufts, of...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 January 1896

, : BBlTNETTSYILLE, S, 0. BY S. A. BROWN & CO. Ofllce Weat of Court House* Wednesday, January 8, 1896, I ARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS First Round-3. B WILSON, P, K. North Marlboro, Kbonczor, Jan. 3 Bilghtavillo, Botliol, Ja?. 4, 5 ttoDnoHevillo Station, Jan. 2, 5 Uoquetlsvlllo Ot.? Jau. 9 Oiio, Bouluh, Jau, io Monheim, Hobron, Jan. n, 12 A Prize Pier. Mr. P. V. Newton, of Brights villp> killed a IG months pig last eek weighing 520 pounds. They raise now what they eat in Brights vilic. Unclaimed Lottors. Letters addressed to thc follow ing persons romain uncalled for at tho postoflico: Mr. Stoano Loadbniior, Miss irossl?y, Mt', Wi) ! j Vilson, .Drevy ?in ? iii, dap t. ?.M,, -ii, j Pira In Sithlt ttvti< . 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 one cent of insu rance. Married In Kontuoky. The last issue of thc Way of Faith contained...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 January 1896
Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 February 1896

The Marli) nV Dimocrat. i'oiiu VIED BYI nv WEDNESDAY WV S. A. BKQVy N ifc (O SUBSCRIPTION RATES : ?ho'copy? one year..... pho o?py, six months,.......... ot) Entered nt tim postollico nt Bonnotts vlllo, S. 0., nssoiond olass mail matter. THE STATE'S LAWMAKERS. PROGRESS OF THE WORK OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Mut loi H of Import unco CoiiHUlurnd mut Sottlod-Tho ProcooilliigB of tho Houso :Ud Sonate? EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS. Thon tho sonnto bill relating to pfli <'f:S to bo filled by tho governor, pro idiug that no appointee rejectee; by . 'io sonnto should bo appointed by tho ; overuor was taken up during tho rc <vss. Mi\ Thurmond thought members of he house should havo as much voico ?a the making of appointments ns a uyono oise. JLIo moved to striko out i.'io enacting words of tho bill. \Mi\ Hammett took tho opposite side. I le thought tho bill a good ono that ^ i'iould pass. i MT. Watson thought tho majority I i-lrould have a voico in such matters, ' Mid tho recommendations of th...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 February 1896

8. A JiUOlFN ? - - Editor, Wednos??y, February 19, ?896. DE YB NOT DECEIVED, IIoro*of lato wo luivo liad a great deal to say to our tanner friends in rojgard to the doorcase of thc acroagc to ho planted in cotton this year, and roally some times feel that we havo had too much to say, as thoy are men of brain and should know what thoy are doing. AU that wo have said or may hereafter say Ima been and shall ever ho for your good. When tho,farmer is prosperous every ono else is pros perous also. Tho farmer is the baokbone of this country and when ho fails overy other business feels tho result of his fall. There is no question hut that wc havo been de luded by false statements and gross misrepresentations in regard to this cotton . problem ; but admitting that tho enormous crops purported to have been made in years past, there is no doubt in our mind but that these false reports and misrepresen tations have caused tho dcorcaso in tho price of cotton. Years ago cotton was worth 10 and ll ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 February 1896

BY 8. A. lIUtOWN * ?Q. Ojfllc? West of Gour? House. .'...<,",>>./'Vl'W'\,'>. ?I.? .,(?,..??.??.?..?.?<. ?..??...??.?*.??.?.??.??.*..# w~;i-;i~" Wn?noW li). 1RP.R. ii gwuuouwjf j * -'-v M ARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS &??&? 'Rb?nd-J. B WILSON, P. K. North Marlboro, Shiloh, Muroh 7,8 Bounottevillo Station, March 6,8 Uomir.ttBvillo Ct., Beauty Spot, Maroh 14,15 Bi IghtAvlllo, Boyklu, Maroh 21,22 Bleuhoira, l?bonezor, Maroh 28,29 Clio, Olio, April 4,s MoOoll MlBston, April 3,5 To Bloyolo Rldore. You can have your crippled wheels fixed up and mado to run as easy as ovor by bringing thom to THE DEMOCRAT office, where you can get honest work at moderate oharges. A Ortanoo for You. Mr. W. P. Breeden has just got in 40 head of fino mules suited to all work. One pair woighing 2,000 pounds and another 2,100 pounds. Ho has also a nico lino of buggies, harness, whips, robes, etc. Eplooopnl Services. Rev. Mr. Baker, of Cheraw, will hold divine services hore 011. Sunday mornin...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 February 1896

J B^NEiTSYILLK.S, 0. **^W^*S*^.*^MW*^Uf^'*W%'*\?*\,t?.l*???t, M. ??VT WS ?'Vi'?.'??"* HY A. UKO WK & <p.O. O/Jloo ircst of Court House. Wednesday, February 19, 1896. MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS - Second Round-J. B WILSON, I\ B. North Marlboro, Shiloh, Maroh 7,8 Bouoott?vlllo Station, Maroh 6,8 Bonuettsvillo Cfc., Boauty Spot, March 14,15 B) ightflvlUo, Boykiu, Maroh 21.22 Blonhohu, Ebonozor, Maroh 28,29 Cito, Olio, Aprlt 4,5 MoColl Mission, April 3,5 TO Bloyolo Ridora. You can have your crippled wheels fixed up and mado to run as easy as over by bringing them to THE DEMOCRAT office, whore you oan get honest work at moderate oharges. A Chanco for You. Mr. W. P. Breeden has just got j in 40 head of fino muled suited io all Work. Ono pair weighing 2,500 pounds and another 2,100 pounds. Ho has also a nico lino of buggies, harness, whips, robes, etc Episcopal SorvlcoB. Rev. Mr. Baker, of Choraw, will hold divine services here on Sunday morning and after noon next. Tho holy commun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 February 1896

TUli STAirftNJH'OJNT. . HOW REV. DIV TALMAOl WOULD EVANGELIZE AMERICA. Wont? nu Outpouring of tljo Holy Spirit nt tho Nntlounl C?j?ltul--Woul<l Ito of Tuonl cuirt>>lo Viiliio to - Christianity-A Now A wu Hen J mr, WASHINGTON, Fob. 0.- Thoaudienco of Pr. Talmago is thronged with tho ohior mon. ot tho nation. aim poopio from all parts, making this sermon most timely. An hour and a half be fore tho doors open tho peoplo gather in the street and policemen" koop tho way open for tho pow holders. Tho text chosen for today's discourso was Lukoxxiv, '17, "Beginning at Jerusa lem.1' "There it is." said tho driver, and wo all instautly and oxeitodly l'ose in tho carriage to oatoh tho first glimpse of Jerusalem, so long tho joy of tho whole earth. That city, coroneted with templo and palace and radiant, whether looked up at from tho valley of Jehoshaphat or gazed at from, ad joining hills, was tho capital of a ?;roat nation. Clouds of incens? had lovorod over it. Chariots of kings had...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 April 1896

The Marllioto'-Befflocart l'UJJIiISHKD KY KUY W ICONKyOAY MY S. A. lit? OWN" & I O. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ono copy, ono y ww?? . ?..?... . ..-.2? Ono Copj, six months.. 60 Entered at tho post?nico at Bennetts S. O., ville.as second olass mail matter THE "LILLY WHITES," THE MELTON-BRAYTON REPUBLI- j CAN9 IN CONVENTION. FuU Representation rr um au Couuttea, Ro fused to KtuUu HO a Freahlvutlnl Camll rtftto-?wo White m ul Two Colored liolo gatos to St. Xouls. . COLUMBIA, April 15 .-Leaders claim that for the first time in many years tho convention of Republicans that mot in tho State houso yesterday was a full representation, with every town ship and every precinct represented. It -was the first State convention held by tho wing of the Republican party which recognizes Capt. L. D. Melton of Columbia os tho State chairman, and which is generally known as tho "Lilly Whites," hoing the faction to whioh many whito men, who have heretofore been recognized as Demo crats, have cast their lot...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 April 1896

Wednesday, April 22, 1896. HE HAS NOT "SPECIFIED." Somo wcoks ago Bishop Duncan said in a scnnon in Charleston that tho dispensaries in this Stato had become lounging places for debauch ed women and drunken men. W. Gibbes Whaley, Esq., of Charleston, addressed a letter to Bishop Duncan inquiring if ho had any reference to the Charleston dispensaries. Bishop Duncan replied that ho did not mean tho Charleston dispensaries. Governor Evans also addressed a lotter to Bishop Duncan requesting him to specify tho dispens?t ios whero such a stato of things existed and pr omi sing to oloso any dispensary at once where such lounging was per mitted. Bishop Duncan has not yet "sp coi lied" so far as wo know. . IMPORTANT COMMITTEE. Major B. F. "Whittier, president of thc Stato Bar Association, has made the following announcement of tho appointment by tho executive committco of tho State Bar Associa tion of tho State committee on inter national arbitration, this committco to "co-operate with a sim...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 April 1896

BBNNBTTBYILLB, B. 0. MY H. A. BROWN & CO? Oflleo West of Court House* Wednesday; April 22, 1896. VI ARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS Second Round-J* B WILSON, P. B. ?JIightavlllo, Boykln, Maroh ai.az ilonhoim, Ebonezor, Maroh 28,29 Olio, Olio, April 4.5 idoCo? MIHHIOH, April 3,5 ? toll?louo Notos. Tho Rev. A. II.l McArn, of Che-1 i nw, wiU preach in tho Presbyterian .'burch next Saturday and Sunday. Rov. Mr. Baker will conduct the episcopal service hero Sunday in 'ho morning and aftornoon. Tho hour for Sunday school at j i ho Methodist church has been hanged from 4 to 5 o'olook p. m. niter the Tlffers. Mr. J. J. Pcarsou, tho faithful Ooputv U. S. Constablo, hus been oh\g some good vork at our sister uvyji ?'.?boiei) Hill-seizing liquor1 nd chasing "" nd tigers." Wo ope hu will suee< edin breaking up ho business in this section. ' Jnolalmod Lottors. Letters addressed to the follow ng persons remain uncalled for . .t the postoffice: Miss Sallie McKoaon, Mr. Don uis McLioan, Mr. John...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 April 1896

?HE LIFE OF JOSEPH. REV. DR. TALMAGE SHOWS IT TO DE PULU OF PRACTICAL LE660N8. lt I Hunt rutes tho VAob 'i'd ut You Cannot Hoop tv (looa Binn Down ami That tho World Is Oouiiiollotl to Itouor Christian Charaotor. W> siHNoroN, April v?. - Tho sermon of ?tey. Dr. Tulmago today is full of stirring and practical lessons for all, Washington has mauy mon who, like tho hero of tho toxis, started from al most nothing and roso to high placo. Tho textsohosen were: Genesis xxxvii, 28, "Thoy drew and lifted up Joseph out of tho pit and sold Joseph to tho Ishmaolitos for 20 pieces of silvor." Genesis xiv, 20, "He is govornor o vor all tho land of Egypt." You cannot keep a good man down. God hasdeoreed for him a certain point of elevation. He will bring him to that though it cost him a thousand worlds. You sometimes lind men fear ful that they will not bo properly ap preciated. Every man comos to ho valued at just what ho is worth. You cannot write him up, and you cannot writo him down. These ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 June 1896

Thu Marita)' llJi?t. I'W.isi.isHv.'i) KVI itv wi.i)NHti>AY nv s A. BIM)vv;sr & < o <\i ruimi'iiiviVr?'ikT ?Vi ni Mil: ( ? y copy, ooo year..#1? W i o etVpy, six months... j>V l u ovott at tho postollico at Bomtotts vi??.S; O., us; second class mail mattor MCKINLEY'S MEIR MAN. THE CHEAT OHIOAN NOMINATED WITHOUT DIFFICULTY. Thu Flatform ICxiUlcltlj' for Gold Mouu. mutiOImn au'?,! High l'rotectlou-Work ol tho Nntioiutl lU'itulrilciu) Convention. ' ?'i. Lon i?, June ld.-The first day's .Session of tho eleventh national Ropub* 1 iou ti convention which opened shortly ^'?ftoV noon-today in the hall erected for that purpose by tho patviolio citi zens of St. Louis, was unrelieved hy a singlo incident to lift tho interior pro? ;<);e?e|?ngs'ubov? tte level of tho flat and uninteresting monotony which charac terized tho oxtorior ot tho building. Th^re was an immense assemblage; a gi-eat waving of fans in a torrid heat; , Uin hour or so'of prepared oratory, tho delivery Of wh...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 June 1896

A. A. ItltOWN - - - Editor. Woilnosclay, June 24, 1896. NUKI)KU IN FF,F, DEE. We see it stated in the pupers that tpe California Fish Commission havo prooured a largo number of blaok bass and turned thora looso in tho German carp infested rivers in tho hone that they will destroy tho carp. If they succeed wo think our Fish Commission should get a lot and turn them loose in Pee Deo if they would preserve tho shad and red horse, which aro fast bo coming depopulated in this river, once noted for its supply of both, especially tho rodhoreo, so much relished by our peoplo. Tho carp will never becoino as popular as tho shad or red horse and tho soonor we get rid of them tho bjttor. THE BENEF?T OF GOOD ROADS. Through tho kindness of Hon. C. S. McCall wc have received a copy of tho | Houston, Texas, Post with a full ro port of tho "Good Roads Convenli?n" I of thut Stato, held at Galveston on tho 10th and 11th. From tho discussion reported aud the various letters rend, wo fake it that Texas ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 June 1896

Tli?MLBORO ?EMOCMT MENNETTSYILLE, S, 0. nv s. A. imo war & oo. Ofllce West of Court House. Wednesday, Juno 24, 1896. i ou ? th at Dillon. Kneing, trotting, bioyolo racing and other sports aro on tho program Jbrt iio 4th of July at Dillon. Marl horn is invited to take part in the > \ ts of tho day. Unc'almod Ldttora. T ottors addrossod to tho follow ing persons romain uncalled foi ul ii io postoflico: M i\ John M. Long, Mr. E. V, m, Mrs. Julia Wilson, Miss ! 1 anna Daake. - Bi io klan's A rn toa Salve. . boob Salvo in tito world for out? brtdiK'S, nore?, uloors, ealt rheum, fcvci bores, tottor, ohappod bauds, ohilblains one corns and all oklu eruptlous, and positively om < pilon, or no imy roqulrod, It ie gunr > ? I fco gtvo porioot eatbifootlcn, or mon r.y i- /undod. Prioo 25 oouUpor box. Foi i ttl? t J. T. Dougie?* drug store. 11?vu New Flour. 1 nm now prepared to grind wheat, ami parties bringing mo their wheat will receive prompt attention, and, i!' possible, satisfa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 June 1896

DEST?N Y O)? NATIONS. REV. DR. TAUMAQ? DISCURSEO THE STAR OF WORMWOOD. Anothoi' Uatquo Toxt iUjicou to Kiiforoo tx li^od?d TiOi'?on-Tho ljYoo Nrttlon of tho KrtvtU ami UH Salvation. "VVAfHUtiatON. Juno lt.-It was ap twAnttiafA that.?lita anrmnrt i>n tho des {iny ot nations should b i proaohod in what long oas been oallod tho presi dents' church, beoauso Presidents Jackson and Pioroo aud Polk aud Olovoland have attended it. Dr. Tal hiftgo chose for his text Revolution viii, 10, ll, "There foll a great star from heaven, burning as it wore a lamp, and it foll upon tho third part fir the Rivera and upon tho fountains ot waters, and the : name of tho star is oallod wormwood." Mairy commentators, like Patrick and howth, thomas Scott, Matthew IJenry attd Albort Barnes, agreo ia saying that tho star Wormwood, moa tionodin RoyolatlOn, was Attila, king of tho Huns. Ho was so called ba ;?auso ho was brilliant as a star, and, Uko wormwood, he iiubittorod every thing ho touched. We have studi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 June 1896

REV. bil. TAUMAQS DISCUSSES THE S TAH OF WORMWOOD. Another ?ul?nio l>xfc Tukon to JSnfofOe ? No?dtut riOSaou-TJUo Wroo Nation of tho J?rtvtK ?uti Ita Salvation. WASHINGTON, Juno it.-It was ap propriate that tai? sermon on tho des tiny ot nations should'ba proaohocl in ...U_t ?^.." KAAU 1U... TT urtu tv i ty, MM* UHV? vt?i.i?vt ina (iiuni dents' church, booauso Prosidonts Jackson ami Flore? arid Polk and Cleveland havo attended it. Dr. Tnl mago chose for lila toxt Revelation viii, 10, ll, "There foll a. great star from hoavon, burning as lt woro a lamp, and it foll upon tho third part or tho, rivers and upon tho fountains of waters, and tho-numo of tho star is called Wormwood." Many commentators, Uko Patrick and Lo w th, Thomas Scott, Matthew Henry and Albert Barnes, agree in v saying that tho star Wormwood, men ttonod in Rovolatlon, was Attila, king of tho Huns. Ho was BO oallod ha: causo ho was brilliant as a star, aud, Uko wormwood, ho imbittered every thing ho touched. Wo havo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 February 1897

VOL. XXII. BENNETTSVILLE, S. G., WE?)j|feSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1897. L._ NO, 7. THE SENATE AT WORK, BEVERAU BILLS PASSED AND MANY OTHERS INDUCED. A ?cw UlBueiiBmy HUI introducen hy Hon? -i-i- v vi r.tor Majilold-A Nutulivr of Other Itllla funned ?u?l Hoad-Tho 8oimto Well Vi? WitUItBWorlc. COLUMBIA, B* ?'? LI,OB- 5-Tho Se? ?lo mot Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. Tho usual routiuo business at tho op ening wasi disposed of ?nd tho third reading bills oh the calendar wore reached when it was discovered that ono of tho assistant clerks was absent with the key to tho desk in which wero locked all tho papers of tho sen ato, including tho bills. Under theso oiroumstances thoro was nothing to do but to adjourn. This tho se?alo did until ll o clock Wednesday. When the senate met Wednesday naorning<,lho question of the introduc tion of bills was reopened by Senator Moses offering a resolution to extend the time to tho 13th inst. His resolu tion passed without comment, but soon thereafter Mr, Hende...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 February 1897

L ?}* A. BROWN ~ - - Editor, Wednesday, February 10, 1897. Subscription Trico i . Ono year.$ 1.0C Six months.5C Three months.2E PEN AND SCI8S0RGRAPH8. South Carolina lias ten living ex-Governors. Only twenty more days oi Cleveland Democracy, Mr. Zacharia Ellerbe, an old citizen af Cash's Depot, died on the 1st. Several colored prisoners es caped from the Orangeburg jail last week. A charter lms been granted to the Marion Tobacco Warehouse Company. Dr. F. E. Wilson, an old and well known citizen of Society Hill, died on the 1st. The profits of the sugar trust last year are reported to have been ten million dollars. Rev. T..De Witt Talmage will deliver his greatest new leoture in Columbia on the 18th. The Missouri House of Repre sentatives has passed a bill pro hibiting the playing of baseball on Sunday. ?ev. T. H. Edwards, of Dar lington, has been called to tho Baptist churches of Wedgefield ana Eastover. Alabama, South Dakota and Norin Carolina Legislatures are considering the South...

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