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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 February 1897

BENNETTSYILLB, S, O, Ble" ?. ????O^VJV & O/tfce ire?* o/ Coure House. Wednesday, February 10, 1897. A Bier Shipment. Thoro lins boon shipped from Beri nc tts vi Ho sinco tho l?th of August, 1896, to tho'31st of January 1897, 12,950 bales of cotton. Walt for Bargains. Fuller Brothei'3 & Bristow will have a carload of fine mules here Saturday night at prices ranging from $50 to $1.25. They can bo bought on timo with good security. A Master Miller. Mr. Joseph H. David has a new and experienced miller at his mill and is now prepared to give you thc best meal, flour or rice. Give him a trial. All Invited. All aro invited to attend thc tour nament" at Clio Friday, February 12th at 2 p. m. Thoro is a prize of $40, and those who rido will for ward their name to tho committee, J. L. Medlin and J. D. Woodley. Ghiof marshal H. C. Herring, Pee Dee Commission House. This new company with Messrs. D. M. D. MoLeodand Willis Tur lington as managers has opned up in tho Coxe building for the p...

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. — 10 February 1897

BENNETTSYILLB, S. O, MY ?. A. ?UOW5 &CO. IWWMWWWW'i)VW,??'?'u''l'1,''''''l'"'U''''U,W'''1 O?lce West of Court House. Wednesday, February 10, 1897. A Bier Shipment. There has been shipped from Ben netts villo sinco tho 15th of August, 1896, to tho 31st of January 1897, 12,050 halos of cotton. Walt for Bargains. Fuller Brothers & Bristow will have a carload of fine mules hero Saturday night at prices ranging from #50 to $1.25. They can bo bought on timo with good security. A Master Miller. Mr. Joseph H. David has a new and experienced miller at his mill nud is now prepared to give you tho best meal, flour or rice. Give him a trial. All Invited. All aro invited to attend tho tour nament at Clio Friday, February 12th at 2 p. ni. There is a prize of $40, and those who ride will for ward their name to tho committee, J. L. Medlin and J. D. Woodley. Ghiof marshal H. C. Herring. Peo Dee Commission House. This now company with Messrs. D. M. D. McLeod and Willis Tur lington as managers...

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. — 10 February 1897

AN OM) WHALERS SERMON JONAH AND THE WHALE; A REPLY TO LYMAN ABBOTT. Alt Ablo Mommm, who Ima Ilttudlort YV Union, Tolls ul the KxporloaoOM Timi. Convinced tam of tho Truth of tho Ululo Story-Hin Wonting to Scontlca. Despite inodorn solon li ho resoarches ami loamed treaties of emiuont di vinos, who have sought oagorly to provo to tho world ihe unreasonable noss of tho assertion that a whale can .. swallow a man, I des ho to say, with out fear of reasonable contradiction, that from practical personal knowl edge on tho subjootl know they aro all wrong. Thirty years ago I sailed from New Bedford, Mass., on a whalo ship for a forty-four mo ot hs' cr ti iso in tho South Seas with tho veteran whalo man, Capt. Elisha Babcook, who is well known to tho whaling fraternity. Wo had a very successful voyngo UJJ to the timo I loft tho expedition, twen ty-seven months afterward, off thc coast of Borneo. Now, a whale is thc biggest of all Clod's living croatures on sea or land, and what wo call a sp...

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. — 10 March 1897

.mr "Do THOU Gr KAT LIUKKTY INSVUIK Omi SOULS AN? MAKK nun I.IVJ?*? ?K'THY ??.^sHSs?c:; l?Arry, or?. Oim DKATJIB UI,OMOUS IN THY JU6? DKKKNBK." BENNEITSVILLE, S. G., WEDS ?ESDAY, MARCH 10, 1897. NO, ll. THU SENATE WINDS UP IT8 BUSINESS AND ADJOURNED WED NESDAY. TlioHoorotBooloty Will, tho Iimurnuoo Tax stud tli?llnoomo Tax Ullin Pitflned-II?iw tim Jttemuoro Voted. CoiruaiMA, March B-It was. -well i ; -on toward 12 o'clock Saturday boforo tho senate took. up tho anti G reek fra .tor'nity bill, but for au hour befpro tho gallery began to fill with coBego students who quietly and patiently V ?waited the result. When tho bill finally was takon up, Mr. Medalia moved to labio tho motton of Mr. Ilondorson to continuo tho bill until ihqnoxt session. Tho voto is as fol ??ytat OTeas-Alexander, Archer, Connor, Dennis", DuBoso, Gaines, Love, Maul oin, McCallu, Mo??niel, Miller, Nor ris, O'Dell, Pettigrow, Sanders, Stack . houKo, Suddath, "Tblbird, 'furner, Wallaco, Williams-22. < Nays-Bui9t,...

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

#? A* BROWN - - - Editor, T?T-J-JJ_'.?-....I 1#\ lonr-. ?? OUUOOUUJT, 1I1U1?U IV, J.??/, Subscription Prlco? Ono yoar.$ 1.00 Six months.50 Th reo months..' ^25 THE DISPENSARY POPULAR. Tho people of North Carolina, after watching closely the work ing of the Dispensary system, have conducted to try it in sev eral counties. Buncombe and Cumberland have both secured bills through the Legislature. The Observer says tho saloon keepers in Fayetteville will pull np and move to Dunn and Roseboro. Doth towns are on the Cape Fear and Yadkin Val ley road, so the drinkers will not bo hurt by it. But the town of Fayetteville will be beneiitted by the closing of the dispensary before night, the time when most of tlie young men do their drinking. HABITUAL DRUNKENNESS. Thoro is getting to bo a considerable lot of drinking on our streets, and wo think it time for tho Council to take stops to suppress it. A good thiug to do would be to pass au ordinance ranking it a misdemeanor for a man to 1)0 habitu...

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. — 10 March 1897

BENNETTSYILLE, S, O, II Y H. A. IIROWST & CO. Ofilco West of Court Homo. Wednesday, Marok 10,1897, BENNETTSYILLE CHURCH DIRECTORY. BAPTIST. RBV. RUFUS Fon?, PA8?OH.-Proaohlng ovory Suuday ot II o'olook n*. m., mid 7:30 p. roi Sunday Babool ovory Sunday mo arn ing at 9 o'olook. Prayer mooting ovory Thursday night at 7:30. METHODIST. Rnv J. L. STOKKB, PABTOII-Preaching ovory Sunday nt 11 o'clock a. m , and 7:30 p. m, Sunday eohool ovory Sunday after noon afc 4 o'olook. Prayor mooting overy Wedno?duy nf toruoon nt 4 o'olook. IIOIIUOSB prayor mooting ovory Tuoaday nlirht nfc 7:30. PRESBYTERIAN. Rsv. D W. Fox, SupriiY.-Preaohlng ovory fire!) nnd third Sunday at 11 o'olook. Sunday Bohool ovory. Sunday ?norning nt 9:30. Prayor mooting ovory TuoBday aftor uoou at 4 o'olook, EPISCOPAL. Rliv; VV. B. BA KICK, PA8T0U.-Preaching ovory fourth Sunday nt 11 o'olook a. m., nnd 5 p. m., in tho Orango Hall. Almost Ready for Market. Mr. G. W. Waddill lias about a half acre of fino cabbage just begi...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 March 1897

Mld?EY'? INAUGURAL THE PRESIDENT OUTLINES THE POL IOY HE WILL PURSUE. JJollolt In tho Troaaury Must ho Avoided, ?f Hxneuaos Aro Not JUooroasod Uoofttnts Must ho Kui ur go d~Blouotttry Commission Suggested--Lynchings Condemned. WAPFWOTON, March 4-Tho follow ing ia tho full toxt o? Pro?idont Mc Kinley's inaugural address: Fellowdtizons: In obediouce to tho will of the peoplo and in their presonco by tho authority vostod in mo by thia oath, I assume tho arduous and re sponsible duties of President of tho United States, relying on tho support of my oountrymon aud invokiug tho ?;uidauco of Almighty God. Our aith tooohos that there ia no safor ro Banco than upon the God of our falh ors, who has so singularly favored tho American Ipeoplo m ovory national trial and who will not forsako us so long as wo obey His commandments and walk humbly in hia footsteps. Tho resnonsibilities of tho high trust towhiohl have been called-always of gravo importance-aro augtnontod by tho provailing business c...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 December 1897

,ao THOU Gr KAT LIUEK?Y INSI'IUK OUU boui,? AND MAKB OUH LIVKB IN TUX Vo^td^U^A1'L% 011 0UK DI?A'MS OLOKIOU8 IN THY ,!UBT _,_._______ n ff_ -.-_---1 I,-Sj?r DKKKNSB." VOL. XXII. BENNET?SVILLE, S. C., Wlf pESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1897. NO, 50, MR WILBURN TALKS ABOUT COMING GATHERING OF COT TON GROWERS. A l'iellmlnary Vlaltr-Ho VF/11 Gc> Ov?r lo Avlnntu TIWH V7ecU to Kev uro tlio SltUl ?mlMal<o Arraugt menta. President Wilborn of the State Far mora' Alliance, who recently lamed the call for the convention of tho Cot ton Growers of tho South which is lo be held in Atlanta on December 14, "wa* in tho city, for a short, time yes terday. During his stay ho wu3 seon by a roprecentativo of Tho Brate and talked moot intertstintfl.Y of the out look for the eonvontim. Mr. Wilborn bad R big i?ilo of hit ters endorsing bis notion and convoy ing tho intelligence that del?galo? would be present /rom all parts of tho South. He said that a number of them carno from southern blinkers and merchant.1....

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 December 1897

MARLBORO DEMOCRAT >fii'i<i'l<.iyvtii.ii(iiiVi>'uu>titt<-'V<i'ui''wV iV, A. BMOWJST ? - - Editor. \ Wednesday, December 8, 1897, Subscription Trico : Ono year.$ 1.00 Six months.50 Throb months.,.25 ;;.<.'. THE L IEN LAW~ "Wo learn that an effort will bo made at tho next bitting of tho Log islnturo to repeal tho Lien Law and also to reduce tho legal rate of interest from 8 to ? cents, and make it a -penitentiary offense to charge more. As to tho Lion Law wc seriously doubt thc wisdom of a repeal in tho present condition of tho coun try. It is the cheapest and most charitable provision for tho assist ance of tho poor white man with a family that could be devised. Take away his chances of obtaining cred it and you drive him to thc wall. To make a living ho must have em ployment that will feed and clotho his family, and thero is no employ ment that does this as surely and j .easily as farming. Drive the poor from tho farms with high rents and repeal of the Lien La...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 December 1897

IF LOVE ABIDE. What If tho Buushlno kins no moto tho mountain's poak, Nor lu tho volo no sioro tho purpU shadows sook f To monut on high, Aua coming nlgii Wrtvo from t)io heights whom thoy would kiss and olasp. And dim .bis rays forovor in tholr "ohllly grasp? What it tho flowora bloom no moro, but droop tholr hoads, That havo inoarnadinod tho Bummor's . gardonbotlat . - . ' What if tho BhoavM, In autumn oves, Hustle no moro to Woo, tho hiding whippoor will. And ult tho happy bird-songs oro forovor ? Still? What if tho oarth should o'er bo wrapt lu ondloBs night, And olroliug moons attondant wandor with ? out light, What can botido, If levo abide? Lot suns and sphoros, swoot body, breath, all ondod bo, I am cont ont, BO lOYO enduro o le nut) ly. ,-Emily Sollngor. A Journey to the | Land of the Sky, ? \f. It was tho last day of Fobruary. Tho portion of tho world viniblo from tho platform of a Southern dopot waa whito ned cold. The air was a soft blur of falling snow. A tall man paced...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 December 1897

Ploting tho Kaisor. ??bo German Winporor hag boort put ?on on almost outlroly fruit diet. Ho ls not allowed to drink tea or eo&oe, and his physicians eonsldor it imperative that ho should always havo ob?ht hourn' sloop. ( ' Tho Answer, "Say, aren't those woolen elotheo .wnnii this kind of a day?" jv. "I don't know; I haven't asked them. If they are like mo they aro, though." Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. ; Tho Thin? Ho Forgot. . The absent-minded German professor continues to contribute to the gaiety of the nations. Lately he had, late at Hight In ids chamber, disrobed himself, when he sal down with his head In his hands. "Donnerwettor!" ho said. "There was something I was to do. What wns lt, now?" i Ile sat. and pondered intensely for yal? nu hour, growing colder and collie:*. Finally he sprang up. "Ah, I haye lt!" he exclaimed. "1 In tended to go to bed!" A <jioo<l Honest Doubtor if; ii person wo Uko to meet. We Uko to havo fin i? a min? try Yotterlno. Ho will bo moro ....

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 December 1897

MX S. A. IIKOWX ?& ??. Ojfice Weat of Court House. Wednesday, Deoember 8, 1897, HOHKIOUO NotOS. i .. Holmea will looluro to tho youug Indico Mn nf tornoon ot tho Proabytorlan oh. ot 4 o'clock. ' Tho hour for Sunday eohool nt tho Methodist church hos boon ouoDgod from 5 tu .> o'olook, p m. Tho meeting ot th? Proabytorian ohuroh w utill lu progress, nod Hov, Mr. ilolmoa ia piaiohing som? very iotoroatlug oud iu istniolive s?rmons. Huudoy WOB n lovoly day and nil tbo olnnrh.w were open in tho morning, bub closed at night foe union Bot vico ot tho Pro:lby(orlon ohuroh, oui to boor ono of tho phdnoab and moat Inatruattvo Bormon8 .ou .Sanctification. Ho oortainly bru8hod away rdl tho tho mletifioatiou nbout tho word, and tho duty of mau to heod tbo oill. ' Vi) ft SALE. Nino head of mules find horsos. Will soil on csedit. J, T. Hunter. 'itandy For Uso, T>clioiou8 ready ma lo pie orust is fcomething now at E. M. Rowe's Fan cy Orocery. Marrtod. On 'duuday aftoruoou Dcoombor 5bli ?R...

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. — 8 December 1897

. REV. DR. T ALM AGE ON RELIGIOUS NEWSPAPERS l? Vhoy H?v? ?ia ?11? Ut HiUrlt, Ho Unys, ?5?O? Ooo l>ot>8 More Good TIIKU FI it y Pulplta-Ktlltorlnl Heei>ou?lblUty. lu ft previous discourse, .Dr. Tul roage having shown tho opportunities of too secular press, iu thin dlsoour.so spooks of tho mission of roligious nows papers. ??i,s text is, "Then I turned and lifted Up mino oyos and looked, and behold a Hying roil" (#iohariak v,l). In a dream tho prophet saw some thing rolled up advancing through tho noav'ens. It contained a divine message. It moved swiftly, as on .wings. It had much to do with tho destiny of nations. But if you will look up you will seo many Hying rolls. They omo with great speed and have messages foi all the earth. The Hying rolls of this century aro th? newspapers- They cirry message human and divine. They will decido tho destiny of tho hemispheres. There aro in tko United Stales about 20,000 newspapers. Tho religious newspaper of which I stn tho editor was ...

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. — 18 October 1899

"Do Thou Liberty Groat. Inspire Our Souls and Muk? Onv Lives in Thy Possossi?? Hnppy, or Our Deaths Glorious iii Thy Just Defence.'* VOL, XXIV. BKNNETSVILLK, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1899, NO 45 AN ULTIMATUM Frota the Plucky Boors to The Powerful English Nation. MUST BE WITHDRAWN. London Startled from Hopes of Peace to Face War, Which No Doubt is Now On. Tho London Nows Agonoy published the following dispatch from Pretoria Tuesday morning: "An urgent dispatch has ?just boon handed to Conyngham Grcono, tho British diplomatic agent, requesting an oxplicit assurauco of tho withdrawal within 48 hours of tho British troops from tho Transvaal bor dors, as woll as tho withdrawcl of all tho British forces landod in South Af rica sinoo tho Bloemfontein confor enoo." Tho ultimatum has bcon rocoived from tho Transvaal and has boen made public It demands that tho points of difforonoc bo submitted to arbitration that all troops bo withdrawn, all rein forcements that have arrivedsinco June I...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 October 1899

'Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence." VOL, XXIV, BEN N E TS VILLE, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1899, AN ULTIMATUM From the Plucky Boors to The Powerful English Nation. MUST BE WITHDRAWN. London Startled from Hopes of Peace to Face War, Which No Doubt is Now On. Tho London Nows Agonoy published tho following dispatoh from Pretoria Tuesday morning: "An urgont dispatch has *just boon handed to Conyngham Groone, tho British diplomatic ngont, requesting an oxplicit assuranco of tho withdrawal within 48 hours of tho British troops from tho Transvaal bor dors, as well as tho withdrawcl of all tho British forces landed in South Af rica sinoo tho Bloemfontein confor enoo." Tho ultimatum has hoon roooived from tho Transvaal and has boen in ado public It demands that tho points of difference bo submitted to arbitration that hil troops bo withdrawn, all rein forcements that havo arrived sinco Juno I b...

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. — 18 October 1899

A MARLBORO DEMOCRAT 8* A* HROIVN ? - - Editor. Wednesday, Ootober 18, 1899, Hnuiortptlon Tricot m Ono year.$ l.?0 Six months.50 Threo' months.25 (?^???gMWiiwmiiiBiiinwiwwwiwiwr?.assassssa l'A UM EUS HOLD YOUK COTTON. A most gigantic effort ia being mudo hy tho noted Neill gong of speculators to induce tho farmers to turn looso their spot cotton at the present prices in order that Euro pean spinners may got what is loft of tho crop at low prices, when tho indications aro that with a short crop, proof of which is received from nil over thc cotton statos, cotton will go higher? Wo have a letter from ono ol' tho largest and best cotton linns in Now York city who aro in sympathy with southern farmers, and they say that with present short crop there is no reason why cotton should not go higher if the farmers are not intimidated into selling nt present prices. Thc East Indian I .' crop is undoubtedly short and thc European mills moro than over de pendent upon American cotton. So tho contes...

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. — 18 October 1899

B?N???rrSYILLE, S. p. MY S. A. BKOWN &?0. Office West of Court llotise. ' W?^uosdav.' Ootobor 18, 1899, M?m?N DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS. Tmnu ROUND- W. 0. POWER, P. B. Mo doll Mission, MoOoll, Novombor io, 12 Bounettevlllo ot, MoOoll, " 10,12 Botinottsvillo St?, (night) " 12,13 Brlgbtttvlllo ob, " IS North Marlboro, ot, ?'? 18,19 Blnnhoim ot, Zion, " 25,26 Olio ot, Bothlohom, , Doo. 1,2 JJennettsvilie Church Directory. MRTUOD'ST-C. W, Creighton. P, C. Sunday sobool 3 30 p. m. Preaching at J 1.00 a m. nnd 7 30 p. m. Prayer meet lng Woduosduy afternoon at 4.00 o'clock. Suporintcndout Sunday Behool, Phil. A. Hodges. BAPTIST-Rov. Rufus Ford, Pastor. Sunday school at 9.30. Preaching Sun day nt 10.30 a. m., and 8 30 p. tn. Vruyor mooting Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Superintendent of Sunday school, H. W Carroll. PRESBYTERIAN-Thia church, for the present, ls without a pastor. Tho Sunday sohool at 9 30 a. m. Suporintcudcut of Sunday school, J. F Kelly. EPISCOPAL-Rov. T. P. Bakor, Pastor, ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 October 1899

inSSirS?FliORNETS t V.r. .. Lm'jm Sermons by Rev. Dr.J>lmu?e?n SmalL'Annoyancoa. .They T?at Christian Fortitude and Patience. The Lesson of Triv?aMrritations.'j This Bormon by "Div Talmngo doals with A subjeot whioh appeals to all olassea and oonditiona of mon. Ilia text is Deuteronomy vii,'.20, "Thc Lord thy God will sond tho hornot." It sooms as if tho insootilo world woro dotermiucd to extirpate tho hu man raoo. It bombards tho grain Hold H and tho orohords and tho vineynrda. Tho Colorado bootlo, tho Nobraska grasshopper, tho Now JorsoyloouBt, tho univoronl potato bootle, seem to carry on tho work whioh was bogun ngos ago whoa tho inBoota buzzod out of Noah's ark as? tho door was openod. In my?text tho hornot flies out on its mission. It is a spooios of wasp, swift in its motion and violent in its Bting. Its touch is torturo to man or beast. Wo bavo-all soon thooattlci run bellow ing undor tho out of its lancet. In boy hood wo usod to Btand J cautiously look ing at tho globula...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 October 1899

Of HORNETS ?ormons by ftev. Dr./talmft?e ?n Sma?l.'?nnoyances. MINOR-TR?U?L?? OF UFE. They T??t Christian Fortitude and Patience. The Lesson of Trivial Irritations.'] This sormon byDr.? Tainingo deals with a Bubjeot whioh appeals to all olasses and conditions of men. His toxt is Doutoronoroy vii,'20, "Tho Lord thy God will send tho hornot." It Booms ss if tho insootilo world woro dotcrmincd to oxtirpato tho hu man raoo. It bombards tho graiuliolds ?nd tho orohards and tho vinoynrds. Tho Oolorado bcotlo, tho Nobruskn grasshopper, tho Now J orsoy locust, tho universal potato bcetlo, seora to carry on tho work whioh was boguu ages ago whoa tho insoots buzzed out of Noah's ark as?tho door was oponod. In my?text tho hornot flies out on its mission. It is a Bpooios of wasp, swift in its motion and violon* in its sting. Its touoh is torturo to man or benst. Wo bavo-all soon thooattlo run bellow ing undor tho out of its lancet. In boy hood wo used to stand; cautiously look ing at tho globul...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 November 1899

'.Do Thou Liberty Groat. Inspire Our Souls and Mako Our Lives in Thy Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence." VOL, XXIV. B Ii N N E TS VI LL K, S. G., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1891), SEVERAL SHOT. Dispensary Row O aus? a Fight Which May be Fatal. ONE MAN BADLY WOUNDED. Hasolden a Member of tho Board of Control Accuses Sellars of Writing Certain De famatory Lettois. A letter from Sell?is to tho State fu\H that a short while before dark on Tuesday ovouing of hut week tho PtrootB of that quiet little town over in Marion County were thc scene of a fcrious and probably fatal sluming affray, as the result of wbioh Mr. John | pi Soliera, H prominent and highly respected citizen of the town, is seri ously wounded at tho home of his poti in-law, Mr. Maxoy Watson; Mr. Bo. ri Sell?is is wounded in tho abdouioti, Dr. iloury lid wards basti loud of hird idiot in his chest and J. Dudley Hasolden, member of tho State board of oe ni re I, has a 38*calibro p'stol ball in hid lo?...

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