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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 November 1899

?. A. BROWN - - - Editor. Wodnosdav, November 22,1899, Subscrlptlo? Frico t Ono vonr.$ 1.00 Six months.b0 Three months.25 COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS. Our report Inst week closed with tho? trial of thc Messrs Tedder and Byrd for broach of trust. Tho case consumed Tuesday, Wednesday and was not given to the jury until near noon Thursday, and after remain ing out until night failed to agree, and a mis-trial was ordered. The Grand Jury iu tho case of Wal tor Dimery, charged with tho killing of Nelson Rogers, found n Iruo bill, but ns tho caso could not bo hoard ni this to:ni he was granted bail. Tho work of tho Grand Jury was completed Thursday afternoon and they were discharged--seo report. The criminal business of tho term will likely close today and tho Court of Common Ploas will opon. Tho following cases have been dis posed of nineo our last report : George Malloy, escaping from chain gang. Plead guilty-sentence 0 inths A. J. Matheson, failure to tag ford: izers, judgment pronounced....

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. — 22 November 1899

BBNNE?TSYILLB, S. 0, ?? S. A. JUtOWN & CO. 0//tce> ire?* of vourt J?otfse. Wednesday. November 22,1099, MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS. Thum ROUND-W. 0. POWKK, P. M. MoOoll MIRB?OU, MoColl, November io, 12 Bonnottsvlllo ob, MoGoll, " 10,12 Bounottsvillo Sta, (oigbt) *' 12,13 Brlgbtsvlllo ob , " is North Marlboro, ot, " 18,19 Blonhoim ot, Zion, " 25,26 Olio ot, Bethlehem, Deo. 1,2 County Church Directory ?cnndtsvill? Circuit Appointments REV. A. J. CAUTHEN, P. C. First Sunday-lia. m., Piue Grove 3 p. m., Smyrna. Second Sunday, ll a. m.1 McOoll. 3 p. in, Homily Spot. Third Sunday-ll a, m., Piuo Grovo, 3 p. ui, Smyrna. Fourth Sunday, ll u. ni. McOoll, 3 p. m. Beauty Spot. Blenheim Circuit Appointments. REV. R. E. STACKIIOU8E, P, c. Hebron first and third Sunday 11 a. m. Ebonezor fir.it and third Sunday 3 pi tn. Parnassus secoud mid fourth Sunday nt ll a. m. Zion second and fourth Sunduy at 3 p. ni. Clio Circuit-Appointments. REV. T. M. DENT, P. 0, Clio-First Sunday ll u. nv, Third...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 November 1899

SETTLED IN HEAVEN Dr Talmago on Divine Interposi tion in Human Affairs. OOD GOVEKriS UNIVERSE. The Fate of All Nations as Well as of Individuals in tho Hands of God. Tho idea that things in this world aro at looso onds and going at hapba/ ? ard is in this discourse combated by Dr. Tnlmngo. Tho text is Psalms oxix, 89, ''Forever, O Lord, thy word is Bottled in hoaven. " This world has boon iii process of chango over since, it was created mountains born, mountains dying, and they havo both eradlo and gi ave. Otico this plauot vas all fluid, and no hoing euoh as you or I havo ever seen could havo lived on it a minuto. Our hemis phoro turns HB faoo to tho sun and then turns its back. Tho axis of tho earthy rovolution has shifted. Tho earth's ocntro of gravity has changed. Once flowers grow in tho arotio and there wa? snow in tho tropic. Thoro has borjn a redistribution of land and sea, tho land crumbling into tho Boa, tho soa swallowing tho land. loo and Aro havo fought for tho possessi...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 30 May 1900

???? ul)o Thou Liberty Great. Iiu^ire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy Possession Happy, or Our DoatUs Glorious in Thy Just Deicnoe." VOL, XXV. BENN E TTS VI LLE, S. C. WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1900, NO. 22 AN ADDRESS To The People of the State of South Carolina FROM THE PROHIBITIONISTS Tho Dispensary Law Assailed in Unmeasured Terms and Many Crimes Laid to Its Door. Tho following is tho addrcstt to tho Prohibitionists of South Carolina to tho pcoplo, which wi? prepared by Col. Hoyt: "Tho prohibitionists of South Caro I lina in appealing to tho Doinooratio Vteiojq to join them in supproBsiug tho nquor^hvflsi* io thin Slate, Geom it f?roper and right that they should olear y and unequivocally (dato their posi tion with roforonco to tho business con duo tod in tho name of tho common wealth, which thereby makes nil its oitiuons responsible in a mensuro for tho oontinuunoo o? this traffic, which wo believe to bo n crime against hu inanity and a incanB of degradation to tho pcoplo. "In tho ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 30 May 1900

8. A. BROWN - - - Editor. Wednesday, iv. ; 7 c 0, 1900, Subscription L'rlc? t Ono y oar.$ i.00 Bix monUis..... .50 Three months.25 JP'?SNAND SCISS0?IQIIAFH8. J. W. Johnson hus been appoin ted postmaster ut Marion. .'resident Mckinley went to !. .rfolk to witness the eclipse. Tho British annies have roached tho city of gold Johannesburg. Thc HOI thorn and the southern Presbyterians aro trying to got togo thor agaiu. Dowoy's big claim for destroy ing the Spanish ships at Manila has been cul down one-half. Tho peach crop of Georgia is] said to bo lino and shipments are now being made to tho north. Tho failure of Semour, Johnson & (Jo., brokers of New York, took placo Monday. Cotton futures] caused it. Europe is taking great interest in our now cousus. Yes, tho census is far ahead of an exposition as an advertisement. Now Yorkers aro complaining] of paying GO els a hundred for ico whilo wc of Bennottsvillo pay 05 to 85 and say not liing. 3.iev, Jiun08 White, colored, for JVC ?'our;,...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 30 May 1900

BENNB??SYILLE, S. 0. nv ?. A. mtowK & co. Office West of Cotn't Xlov.se. Wednesday, May 30,1900. Bennetts ville Church Directory. MBTIIOD'ST-a W. Creighton, P. U. Sunday school 4 30 p. ni. Broaching at 11.00 a tn, und 8 00 p. m. Prayer meet ing Wednesday afternoon at 4.00 o'clock. Superintendent Sunday Behool, Phil. A. Ilodgos. . BAPTIST-Rev. Ruins Ford, Pastor. Sunday sohocl at 10.00. Preaching Sun day at 11.00 a. m., nnd H 00 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Superintendent ol' Sunday sehooh H. \V Carroll. PRESBYTERIAN-Rev H. W. Burnell, Pastor. Preaching ovory Sunday at ll a. m., and 8. li'p. m. Prayer meeting on Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Souday school, at 9 30 a. m. Suporintondcnt of school, J. E Kelly. EPISCOPAL-Itcv. T. P. Baker, Paetor. Pfrcnohiug ovory Bcoond and fourth Sunday ftwLcro'A' m * an<* ra* Sunday (UOTtVoI'at'-^t-XO^n. tn. Dr. J. A. Fulaon, .Superintendent. Marlboro County Officers. SHERIFF--J. B. Oreon (h.Eiuc OF OLBUK-J. A. Dmko JU...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 30 May 1900

BBNNBTTSYILLE, S. O, ?V S. A. umo WK & co. O/tfco West of Court House, Wednesday, May 30,1900, Dennetlsville Church Directory. MpiiOD'sr-O. VV. Creighton, P. 0. Sunday school -1 30 p. m. Preaching nt 11.00 a pi, and 8 00 p. tn Prayer meet ing Wednesday afternoon at 4.00 o'clock. Superintendent Sunday behool, Phil. A. Hodgos. . BAPTIST-Rev. Rufus Ford, Pallor, feuuday school at 10.00. Preaching Sun day at 11.00 a. m., and 8 00 p. m. Prayer picoting Thursday evening ut 8 o'clock. Superintendent ol' Sunday school, If. W Carroll. PllESUYTK?UAN- Rev H. W. Burnell, Pastor. Prenohirig every Sunday at ll n. m., and 8.1.)'p. tn. Prayer meeting on Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Sunday Behool, at 9 30 a. hi. Suporintondent of .chool, J. ]?] Kelly. EfiBCOl'AJ.-Rov. T. P, Baker, Pastor. Sobing ovory Recoud anti fourth Snudny Cr?** m ? RU<* 400 P' m- ??ndny plTrW?^??4b. ni. Dr. J. A. Falaon, Suporintondent. Marlboro County Officers. KlIBttiFlfc-J.-. B. Grono CLERK OP OLKIUC-J. A. Drako J...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 30 May 1900

F?ELO OF LABOR. Dr. Talmage On Relation ?f Em ployer and Employee. A fiivii-LY ?i?C??K?tr.. Aimed to Bring About More Friendly Rotations Between the Two-Remedy For Industrial Troubles. At a time whon in various dislriot labor troubles aro oxisiing or impending tho effort Dr. Talmago ?ookoB in this discourse to bring about a bet tor fooling between both sides of this ditVioult question is well timed; texte, Galatians v, 16, "But if yo hito aud dovour ono anotbor tako heod that yo bo not consumed one of another," and Philippians ii, 4, "Look notovory man on his own things, but every man also on tho thing of others." About every six months there is a groat lubor ngitatiou. Thoroaro violont quostious now iu discussion botwocn employers and employees. Tho present "btrikes" will go into tho thc past. Of cooroo, tho damage douo oauuot bo re paired. Wages will not bu so high as thoy woro. Spasmodically they may bo higher, bu!, they will drop lower Strikes, whothcr right or wrong, always inj...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 October 1900

rf ? : / . ( TBC* "Do Thon Liberty (iroat. inspire Our Soul? and Make Our Live? in Thy Po??en?io?r Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious Defence BENNETTSVILLE, S. C,, Elli DAY, OCTOBER 19/1900. BRYAN AT WORK. H j Makes Sixteen Speeches in as Many llinoiso Towns. REPUBLICAN LIES AFLOAT. uno a? to Editorial Bryan Didn't Writf ; Another aa to Pay for Speeches. Both Nailed. Bryan conoludod his lllinoiso oam paign at Joliot on Wednesday cvouing at 8 o'clock. Ho began at Quinoy at 8, o'clock atid mado sixtocn duriog tho day. Tho audionoos woro generally . . latgo, but thoj? ut Peoria, Quincy and Joliot woro espooially no. Tho meot ing at Joliot was hold in tho court houso grounds beforo an iminonBo orowd. Tho Bryau train did not arrivo until 10 o'olook. Af tor tho mooting Mr. Bryan loft for Chicago. SPEAKS AT QUINCY. All tho moniborB of tho Hryan party woro sloeping soundly when at G.HO o'olook tho train pulled into (?uiuoy. Thoy wore not, howovor, porniiuod to continuo their slumbers long, owing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 October 1900

8, JU BllOiyjf - - - Editor. Friday, Ootober 19, 1900. Subscrliillon Vrlco t Ouo year.$1.00 Six months.50 Tlirco months.25 ^IPENAND SCISSOI?GI?APirS. 0f Ni Arp" of Goorgia will loo (bullio O po ra IIouso in Dar ?ton Ootobor 30. 'Tho ?f?i.l min? tit Wed Springs, Sparlnnburg county, is hoing work ed by a now company. \ViMiam h. Wilson^ox po^l natal c>' cOhoritl <???'v! on the IGth of bon? j Htiiupl ion. . ' Tho Knights of Pythin? of Mar? ion have turned over to tho indus trial sohool at that placo $350. Ono Marion farmer is out moro than a thousand dollars boca uso ho contracted last spring, to sell his cotton crop at seven cents. An inorons" bf about H ,000,000 io tho ^opula?ioi? of tho XTt) i tod Staley ii? (eui years. vViii ho shown by tl ic ce t ii nd oui) 1,000,000 bi ?ho mun! !)? i" I'II? ti .iiimigra tioe. iiow to oncourago und keep tho boys on tho farm? Tako them to tho Stnto Fair for sight seeing, and au object lesson will bo taught thom to rouow their efforts iu their ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 October 1900

$PF ?... R??y spout, to 'oj^Tt' 'MoKinloy. .A? Booti aa tho elations wa;) o vor tho price of aug tu, ba^on, hird, cont tind other articles wont up at o noe. Piro totally destroyed tho plant of tho Appleton Manufacturing vOiupit'uy o? Gbnova lil., on Nov ember 15. Loss, $260,000. Tho com pany manufaoturod farming ma ch inory. v Tlio first Thanksgiving J)ay waa Fob 22, 1030. It waa appoin ted by the settlers of Massachu setts for agenoral fast on ac count of soarcity of provisions, but changed to joy and thanks giving by the arrivai of a ship with supplios. Some of tho state papers are still disoueeing tho possibility ot* a chango ot placo for tho State Fair. There is no danger of a change. Tho legislature will never give a M??I?? to any other Fair. The raom hot's would be afraid to go homo . if they did% It is said that President Mc Kii??oy will use hit intluence quietly to xjrevent any legisla tivo in congress lookiug to the reduction of Southern represen tation. We havo never belie...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 October 1900

?J?NNFyWSYILLE, S, 0. ?IX S. A; BKOWtf ?& co. v? ?Jiico iVeslof Court House. i'liuav. October 19, 1900. . ?ennettsville Church Directory. '?'?KTI?ODtST-O. W, CrO?glllOU, P. O. ; MI ?day, school 10.00 a- ni. Proaohiug al ''" i i.00 ivv.m.'nud 7<30 p. m. Prnyor moot f' vii^W?????clay nftorn?ou nt 4.00 o'olook. .uoorintondout Sunday 60I100I, Phil. A,. > 1 'dgOS. IAPTIST-Rov. Rufus Ford. Pastor. iday Bohool at 10.00. Proaohiug Sun tl :nt 11.00 a. m., und7.30 p. m. Prayer i .. cling Thursday evening at 8 o'olook. j . pucirif cadent of Sunday sohool. II. W ' rrolb ?IIESJ?YTEIUAN-ROV IL AV, BlUAVOll, V-stor. Preaching oynry Sunday ut ll a. u., nod 7.30 p. m. Prayer meeting on ui?idny ?ftornoon at <1 o'clock. Sunday ' bol, at 9.30 a. m. Superintendent ol' .obi, J. lu "Kelly. .'.'.X-- iiov. C '." V- ?t ltcotov. rushing oyoiy second and tb Bund ay j i ni io.i and $.<X> n Bundny id) al y u i. .... - A. hallion, ...iatemhv?. Mo/r!.bc?r(\ (?o\l??>( < ' oers. iieitiFF-J. ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 October 1900

V0L.-v-x-yw BRYAN Alfol? H.'Makes Si?!>MWmi Manvr, ?rojghton, IVC, ft. m; Preaching ai "'ii) \y.m\ Prayer meet o c DI -f?^rnoori ut 4,00 o'clock. KEP^?AUidoy ?ohobl, Phil. A. M ;P??3ByTKHIAN-ltbv H. SV. tiuiWell. / PastorV Preaching ovory Sunday at l|ft' to:, nod 7.30 p. m. Prayer mooting on , ''"lurfidny uftorhooh at 4 o'clock, S?nd?y' ; . mol,. atjMQ.a. m, Sup?riutondent ?? c.;hool, jKolly. . -> / ? ?.??? . > - ? v ?.? ' ?' ' Ki,?bcoi,Aji-~ItQv. O. W, Boyd, Itcotojr. ??u aaohit'ur 'Ovory oeoond and fourth Sunday ;?-,t>.f?'ff -ip. m , and 500 p. m. * Suuday .mool ot 9.30 a. m. Dr, J. A. Faifloh, ^hmOrjnUndont. .v, <^^*?>i*?r'i*'W''^i?'"M?ii''"'??w?<,??.i?i.wii'' i 'i. OQ&?t.QV. Rufus Ford, Pastor. ,;.?ohoo|-at 10.00, .PronOMng Sun ,???00 ?. ti?v and 7.30 p. m. Prayot ^.Thursday ovoniog at 8 .o'olock. titohd?ot';?f Sunday sohoo?, nY W fe-'' Marlboro Gow?y Officers, SHERIFF-J. B. Cheon OI.Bair; OF Cr.mtic-J. A. Drako Jupa? OF/PRODATE-M. Mclaurin CORONER-J. F,...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 October 1900

?? Directory. ^VC.fb?giiion; P. ?, ?- mi, Proachh)g;rii 160 p: m, ; Prayer meet t?rnoou .nt 4.00 o'clock. rSuuday Babool, Phil- A. '/ ' "~ ' ??Uov, Rufus Ford, \ PQBW. -RlioOl.^t 10.00. .Proaohing Suu HfjOO oyta.,; and 7.30 p. un- Prayo? Pfc/d'hursdny-, ovouing nt 8 .o'clock, fiutonduut bf Sunday Bohool, IC.'w f: PauHiivriiuiAN-Hov M. Vv\ Burw?jb Pintor. Pleaching ovory Sunday at 1 f a i ;:, nnd.7.30 p.. m. Prayor mooting ou . Thursday aftorhooh at 4 o'olo?k. Sunday ???'iopl^ atp,30.a. m. Sqpor?ntondent o? I?O&OQI, jT.'K. jKolly. ... ?. , : l?i?ic<50i,A7i~-Itoy. O: W. Boyd, Recto*.' I'^ftohieg evory ocoond aud fourth Sunday i ii p. 13 ,- and Soo p. ra. .. Sundoy ol'ool rtt 9 30 a. m. Dr. J. A. FuUon, '? Hb?rlntondont. gi,'., ft ! 4>, 'IRIMWUii Marlboro County Officer a. .". . ^HKiUFfc'-J. B. Oroon ' ' . 1 . (JhBRic OP GL?nK~J. A. Drnko J?pafel ?y.Pnon.vTK-%M. McLtunin - l?OKONEtv-J. F. David : ior?;?Vtsoa--D* J.. Easlorling vi?Pr. JOovOATroN-Il. L. Freeman T?iKAs^feri-J. l...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 October 1900

f a'i?lage'o Oortltortlnp: Words to Those In Declaring Years. tTfcRNAi. KfcHTtNU PLA?E. Helpful Thoughts Suggested v by the Invitation to Abide Overnight In an Orien tal Vitlage. In thia Boruaon Dr. Talmago dio ooureoa upon tho invitation givon to Christ to Btay ovornight in tho oriental village and makos BOUIO consolatory suggestions. Tho toxt ia Luko xxlv. 29, "Abido with us, for it is toward evoning." Two villagorB, having^ oonoludod inoir errand in JoruBalom, h?vu started out at tho oity gato and aro on thoir way to Emmaus, tho plaoo of their rosi oonoo. Thoy go with a sad hoart, Jesus, who had boon thoir admiration and thoir joy, had boon baeoly massa orod and ontonibod. Aa with sad faoo and brokon hoart thoy pasB on thoir way a stranger aooosta thom. They toll him thoir anxiotios and bitterness of soul. Ho in turn talks to thom, mightily expounding tho Scriptures Ho throws over thom tho fascination of intolligont conversation, Thoy forgot tho time and notioo not tho objoots th...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 October 1900

Bf 'S BATTLES. Talrtmge Draw? from thom Loa? ENCOURAGING WORD8 \ Por Thoso ?ngegod In tho Bat-1 ties cf Ufo, Clod's 80! dior? Never Turn Back ward. In thin dlsoo?rso Pr. Tolmago fol lows Joshua on his triumphal marah and speaks encouraging words, to who aro engaged in tho battles of this lifo; text, Joshuaii b, "There shall not tiny maa be ablo to'staud boforo thoo . Moses",was doftd. A boautifid tradi tion says, tl>o Lord kissed him and in ::?K?t aot drew forth tho soul of tho dy ing lawgivor. Ho had boon buriod, only ono pors?n at tho funeral, tho samo ono who kissod him. But Qed noyer takos a man away from any plaoo of usofulnoss until ho hao eomo OhOi toady to roplaoo him. Tim Lord doos not ge looking around amid a groat va riety of candidatos to find somo ono oSpooially fitted for tho vaoatod posi tion*. Ho makes ? man for that plaoo. Mosos has passod oil tho stogo, and Joshua, tho boro, puts his foot on tho platform of history BO solidly that all tho agos coho with tho troa...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 28 December 1900

Tli?3 Marlbor?" '?y /y "Do T?ou Liberoy (x??ftt. Inspire Our Bon)? nnd Make Our Lives in Thy Possession Happy, or Our Broth* Glorious in Thy Jost Dofonoo." VOL. VXX B?NNETTSVILLE, S. C. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1900. NO. 52 SOME PL?IN TALK. Ex-president Harrison Speaks on Our Insular Policy. IMPERIALISM ATTACKED A Speech That Puts the O h tlngulshed Gentleman Out cf Harmony With Hisi Pa'?y Kx-Proaidcnt Benjamin Harrison, at ADD Arbor, Mioh , Friday night, at taokod thoMTCmlcy administration for t pk wig tho position that tho o mat it u tion appeals to tho United Bustos, ex elusivo of Puerto llioo and tho Philip pmo Islands. Uo doolarcd that thoao lblaodsaro a part of tho United States, and that tho oona ti tu non extends to th* m in spite of any treaties or eon iriSfiional legislation. Goo. Iluri?on apoke under tiio auspices Cf tho hoc turo' Aoaooiation of tho Uaivoreity of Michigan, and 3,000 persons heard him Thc subject ot l ia Jooturo was "Tho Htatus ot Annexed Territory and of ita ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 28 December 1900

Tilo Marlboro -. /. { ( A ./ P "Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defenoe.1 VOL. VXX BENNETTSVILLE, S. C. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1900. NO. 03 et SUME fLAIN TALK. Ex-Presido nt Harrison Spanks on Our Insular Policy. IM PERI ALI BIVI ATTACKED i thl A Speech That Puts ino D s* tingulshed Qentleman Out cf Harmony With His.Pa'ty Ex-President Boajamin Harrison, nt Ann Arbor, Mich ., Friday night, at taokod tho M'Kinloy administration for taking tho position that tho o ma ti In ti.m appeals to tho United Statos, ex clusivo of Puerto Uioo and tho Philip ptuo Islands. Ile doolared that thoso lblands aro a part tf tho Uuitod States, and that tho constitution extends to thi m in epito of any treaties or oon gnesional legislation. Gan. Harrison spoke under tho auspioos . of tho Loo ture Association of tho Univorsiiy of Miohigan, and 3,000 porsous heard him The subj?ot ot 1 ia ,lcoturo was ''Tho Statut* of Annexe...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 28 December 1900

9. A. BROWN - - - Editor. Friday, December 23, 1900, Subscription Price i Ono year.$ 1.00 j Six mouths.50 j Th roo mouths.25 PEN AND SCISSOR QR APRS. Congress has taken a recess to January 8. Marion had a $10,000 fire on Wednesday morning. There are 10 lady students in the South Carolina College. Henry Wallace the wheat speculator, died suddenly on the 18th. Riobard A. Wise, a well known congressman from Vir? ginia, died on the 21st. Tho'North Carolina Methodist co ute rc nco has put itself on record aa opposing Sunday trains. Tho Christmas accidents iu our State this year havo so far aa ro portod boen few. Mr.' J o noa of Marion Live'ry Stable lost a hand by tho explo sion of a cannon cracker. Tho President has appointed James E. lloyd U. S. Distriot Judge western District of North Carolina. The Cheraw Hotel is soon to be under control of Mr. A. P. Dufft, au excellent man with large experience. A colored man was shot and killed at Timmonsvillo by a chum who had been drinking with h...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 January 1901

VOL. XXVI' Thou Liberty Orsat. Inspire Qnr Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy Possession''?fepipy/or Oar 1)8?tin? Glorious in ????j' f?>4*M^?~**? . Ml ;;.t. BENNE TTS VILl *E, S. C., FRID A | J; J A:NIXARY'4. 190!. OUR COTTON MILLS; A Splendid Record Made by Thia State Last Year. ALL PAftT RECORDS BROKEN Nearly Fifteen Million Dollars Put Into Conon Milla in tho Last Two Years Fins Showing. No Stato In the union will be ablo to koop up with South Carolina'? rooord lest year in tho matter of building cot ton nulla. Including the increases and tho ohartors grantod last year covering of oouree'i aotual subscriptions of stook and organisations tho total is 07,705,000 ,,aol??q?'ac'*|^ a,"ioar munt bo added tho ooinpaTaios^t. ' "isaionod, but which have not managou . 7, file thoir roturns and got thoir oW.tors in time for the annual report. This adds $1,495,000, whioh nmkoa tho handdomo total for tho your of 1900 $9,290,090. Thero waa 3i cotton milla actually chartered last yoar, while 14...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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