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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 January 1901

Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Qnr Souls and Mnke Our Lives in Thy Possession !ftapfry, or Our ?X^ths Glorious in Thy Just Bof^no?. ' ? ? ' ' ? ' ' '' "- ' ' " ' --~-~.-~-?->^> ?.? -w^^-^-. li'.j- -Y ,, ,. ._? VOL. XXVI . BENNETTSVILLE, S, C., FBI DA Y< J A N.T. J A II 190i. ; 1 'OUR COTTON MILLS. A Splendid Record Mad? by This Stato Last Y?ar. ALL PAST RECORDS BROKEN Nearly Fifteen Million Dollars Put Into Cotton Mills In tht Last Two Years Fin? Showing. No Stato in tho union will bo ablo to koop up with South Carolina's record - last year in tho matter of building oot ton mills. Including tho in?rennos and tho char tore grantod last year oovoring of course', aotual subscriptions of stock and organisations tho total is $7,795,000 .fr? a,i^ir'mtiat bo oddod tho ooiuprt'nios -t. Mssionod, but whioh havo hot managou ;W file tboir returns and got thoir onartors in timo for -tho annual report. This adds $1,495,000, whioh makos tho baodsomo total for tho yoar of 1900 $9,290,000. Th...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 January 1901

?..A. 3?UOWN * - - Editor. j Friday, January 4, 1901. HaTiBcrlptlon Prk? I ?rt ?,/%nv ft 1 00 vuu jr iJul ?..?'? ???.?????.??.. V - . - - Six months..BO Throe months.'.25 Card of Thanks. Pienso allow mo io behalf of Messrs William Eastorling, Simoon Palo and ?amuol H? Pato, to sincerely thank ?ll of thoso kind friends who BO uni tedly responded with tokons of lovo mid sympathy during the recent ill nt RH nod dentin) in their families in town. Such deeds can never be forgottou, ;:?ud aro born only of God. Respectfully, Jam 2, 1001. W. W. Pato. Emancipation Celebration. .Tho colored people of Marlboro Voerfrnivty; rtc.jmtter1 themselves b?O'htnM? 'y HI tir? (vk'bvUl.i'.in of l)lo di'.y, Jan muy I, o: whiob l.Yosi ?i?i Liiu:o??i ifigiv?d the great2.v..tm oipntion proclamation. . .livery eol?rcdi organization olid Society was wolf represented in a grand parado headed by tho Clio JBrnsa Band. The excretes were hold in tho Court House, and thc program., open'cpi with tho singing of Americ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 January 1901

llliliiiii BENNETTSVILLK S, O$ MY S. A. RKOWN & ?0. !$ Office West of (Jourt House. <*f"./?..,.?, ?.,..?.?.?..,?.?.,,???.?.?.,11,11,.,,IWSI.I Friday t January 4, 1901. Bennettsville Church Directory. ? METHODIST-C. B, Smith, P. C. bunchy sohool 10 00 a. rn, Preaching at 11.00 a. m. aud 7.30 p. m. Prayer uicol nig Woduosduy ufteruoou at 4.00 o'olook. ?Superintendent Sunday sohool, Phil. A. ilodgos, BAPnsr-Hov. Butha Ford, Pastor. Monday sohool nt 10.00. Preaching Sun ?lay at 11.00 a. iu., and 7.30 p. m. Prayer mooting Thursday ovcning at 8 o'olotk. o u perin tendent ot' Suuday sohool, II. W Oar roi I. PRESBYTERIAN-Hov II. W. Burwoll, Pastor. Preaohiog every Sunday at ll a. m., aud 7.30 p. m. Prayor meeting on Thursday afternoon at 4 o'olook. Sunduy lohool, at 0.30 a. m. Superintendent of sohool, J. E. Kelly. EPISCOPAL-Rov. O. W. Boyd, Rector. Preaohlug ovory eooond and fourth Sunday v>t ic a. ra., and 5.00 p. m. Bundny jjohocjl at ?-30 a. m. Dr. J. A, Fateon, SupetiuteBaijS...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 January 1901

iltl? FREE SCHOOLS. Supt MoMahan Points Out De ficioncie8 in System. RECOMM EN DATIONS MADE. Homo of tho Nooda Are Crying One?. Should be Reor ganizad on a Scien tific Basis Tho anuual report of tho Stato aupor intondont of oduoation has boon oom ploted and is now in tho hands of tho public printer. Tho report is full of information about oduoation in South Carolina and it ia prosontod in an at traotivo manner. Tho extracto found bolow from tho intrcduotory portion will bo found of oonsidorablo pubiio in tcrost; tho rooommondations made havo boon givon by Mr. MoMahan af ter a oaroful study of oxiating condi tions: When wo rdlcol on the complexities of modern lifo in moral, social and in dustrial relations, and tho problems that aro pressing for solution, wo roal izo that ono's opportunities and obli gations in lifo aro meosuiod only by tho equipment and training of tho mind and oharaoter Siuoo tho Stato has n.cooptod her pro por insk of pro viding for tho education of her pooplo nbc...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 January 1901

Ma jrlt>oi" ?b' "Bo Thou Liberty ?vont. Inspire Our Sonia and Maka Onr Livea in Thy Pos^'f/iion Happy, or Our Oontha Glorious in Thy Just Befenoa." VOL. XXVI BENNETTSV1LLE, S. C., FRfjpAY, JANUARY ll. 1901. NO. 2 A PARTISAN FIGHT Being Made Against the South by the Repub'lcans. T EX f. OF RABID MEASURES. They Demand an Investigation of Conditions. Hopkin?, However, Thinks His Bili Will Pass . The radioal olomont among tho hou9o Republicans who favor outting down tho roproaonl V.ion from tho southern Statos in whioh tho franohiso is ab ridgod, suffered defeat Thursday be cans? a numbor of thoir oolloAguoB ro fused to aot with thom. Tho issuo was prooipitatod quito unoxpootedly. Tho loadors had doorood that th ) ro apportionment bill should bo takon up ... Thursday, hut boforoit oould bo oallod, as a. niattoi of privilcgo, Mr. Ul instead 'of Pdhh?ylvauia offered a resolution re citing tho allogod abridgment of tho ^ edftrage.; io, -Louisiana, Mississippi, V'*j3??tn'-V parolinah and...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 January 1901

tiffi ? Vv v' C3 'Do Thou Liberty Groat. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy Position Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defense." VOL. XXVI BENNETTSV1LLE, S. C.. FKTOAY, JANUARY 1!. 1901. NO. 2 A PARTISAN FIGHT Being Made Against th? South by the Repub'lcans. 7 EX f OF RABID MEASURES. They Demand an Investigation of Conditions. Hopkin?, However, Thinks His ? % V ? B?H Will Pass Tho radioai olotnont muong tho houso Republicana who favor outtiog down tho roprosonlVion from tho southorn States in which tho franohiao U ab ridged, Buffored dofoat Thursday be oauao. a numbor of their oolloAguoa re f unod to aot with thom. Tho ?SBUO was prooipitatod quito urjoxpootcdiy. Tho ieadors had dcorood that th ) re apportioumont bill should bo takon up .^ Thursday, but boforoit could bo called, aa a Mattor of privilege, Mr. Olms toad ?? Pd?biylvania offered a resolution re citing tho allogod abridgment of tho ?sdfjijrage; in, Louisiana, Mississippi, "'^Si?tM ??rplin'a' and North Car...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 January 1901

4* 4? BROWN - - - Editar. ' Friday, January ll, 1901, J! { H?b?crlptlon Fri??? Otioyoar.$1.00 Six months. .50 Three months.25 THE LEGISLATURE. Tho Goneral Assembly of South Carolina convened at Columbia at high noon on Tuosday. Hon W. F. Stevenson of Chostorfiold was elcotod Speaker of tho house and Toni C. Hamer of Bonnotteville was olected Clerk-good for the Pde Doo. Rev. S. H, Zimmerman wjte ?lootod chaplain without op position. Senator J. C. Sheppard was elected President of the ouuate. Senator Bani well introduced a bill asking an appropriation of $50,000 for tho Charleston Expo sition. Senator Marshal) of Columbia introduced a bill making it a mis demeanor to employ a child under 12 years of age in a cotton mill. While he is ou his hoad ho should say something about the hour queation-which is far moro im pur tant: PEN AND 8CT8SOR&RAPH8. The North Legislature is in session. President McKinley is suffering w\th a sovoro cold. Tho Boers continue to give the English all the tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 January 1901

ill BENNETTSVILLE, S, G, MY S. A. HUOWN St co. Office Weat of Court House, Friday* January ll, 1901. BonneUsuillc Church Directory. MRTiiomsT-?, 13. Smith, P. C. Sunday sohool 10 00 a. m. Preaching al 11.00 a'm. nod 7.30 p. m. Prnyor meet ing Woduosdny afternoon at 4.00 o'olock. Suporiutondont Sunday school, Phil. A. llodgos. BAPTIST-Rov. Rufus Ford, Pastor. Sunday sohool at 10.00. Proaoliing Sun duy at 11.00 a. m., nod 7.30 p. m. Prayer mooting, Tharmin y evening ot 8 o'olock. oupuntitonduut of Sunday sohool. II. W Carroll. PRESIIYTERIAM-Rev. H. W. liurwell. Pastor. Proaohing every Sunday ut 11 a. m., and 7.30 p. m. Prayor mooting on Thursday afternoon ot 4 o'olock. Sunday Behool; at 9 30 a. m. Superintendent of school, J. IC Kelly. EPISCOPAL-Rev. O, W. Boyd, Rector. PiCaohlog ovory second and fourth Sunday at li a ni , and 5.00 p. m. Sunday ?ohool at 9 30 a. m. Or. J. A. FniBon, Superintendent. County Church Directory. ' Bennettsville Circuit Appointments REV? J. W. ARI AI LL, P. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 January 1901

THE WILT DISEASE, Some Interest lng Facts About tho New Cotton Blight, PF INTEREST TO FARMERS Investigation of tho Blight In South Carolina Fields by tho United States Government. Tho Unitod Statoa Dopartinont pf Agrioulturo has Just publishod, as bul lotin No. 27 of tho Division of Vogota bio Physiology and Pathology, tho ro port of W. A. Orton as60oiato patholi gist of tho division, on tho subjoot of tho wilt disoaso of ootton, a blight that has wrought groat havoo in tho soa island ootton fi o Ul y and has nttaokod flomo upland ootton distriots in South Oarolina. Mr. Orton and Dr. Erwin F. Smith, whoBO roport on tho samo eubjoot is roforrod to in this latosb bul letin, visitod this sootion last yoar and spout oonsiderablo timo in studying tho disoaso and soarohing for a romody. Tho roport is aooompaniod by sovoral platos showing tho ei?uot of tho disoaso on fiolds of ootton it has attaokod. Mr. Orton says tho wilt disoaso is now known to ooour on tho ooast of South Carolina, whor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 January 1901

? ////'AA / mwm. . "Do Thou iAbwrty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our LiveB in Thy Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence." VOL. XXVI BENNKTTSVILLE, S, C., FRIDAY, JANUARY 18. 1901. NO 3 A WALK OVER. Stevenson Won Over Two Op ponents on First Ballot. HAMER RE ELECTED CLERK. The House of Representatives Elects All of Its Officers and Gets Ready for Business. Tho H0U80 of Representatives mot on Tuosday of last week. When tho mom hors had all hoon sworn in, tho oleotion of officors waa in order, tho first oflioo to bo filled being spoakor, or prosiding offioor of tho houso. Mr. W. F. Stovonson of Choatorflold was put in nomination by Mr. T. Yan ooy Williams of LanoaBtcr. Mr. Fran ois H. Weston of Richland was nomi natod by Mr. John MoMaatcr of Rioh land, Mr. Goorgo E. Prinoo of Ander son was nominatod by Mr. E. M. Rujkorof Anderson. On tho find ballot 116 votos wero oast, 59 boing noooBsary to oloot. Mr. Stovonson roooivod 73, Mr. Weston 17 and Mr. Prinoo 26. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 January 1901

"Do Thou LAtw'ty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just DefeneV' VOJL. XX V i HENNETTS VILLE, S, C,, FRIDAY, JANUARY i8. 19?i. wu. 3 A WALK OVER. Stevenson Won Over Two Op ponents on First Ballot. HAMER RE-ELECTED CLERK. The Mouse of Representatives Elects All of Its Officers and Gets Ready for Business. Tho Houso of Roprescn tat ives mot on TuoBday of last week. Whon tho mom hors had all boon sworn in, tho election of officers was in order, tho first elbon to bo filled being opoakor, or presiding offioor of tho houso. Mr. W. F. Stovonson of Chcatorflold was put in nomination by Mr. T. Yan ooy Williams of Lancaster. Mr. Fran ois H. Woston of Riohland was nomi natod by Mr. John MoMastor of Rich land, Mr. Gcorgo IS. Prinoo of Ander son was nominatod by Mr. IC. M. Ru ike ref Anderson. On tho firht ballot 116 votes wero oast, 59 hoing noooBBary to ole ot. Mr. Qtovcnson roooived 73, Mr. Weston 17 and Mr. Prinoo 20. Mr Stovo...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 January 1901

Ill 8. A. BROWN - - - Editor. ? Friday, January 18, I901i SoltKf rJptlon Price I Oho yoar.$ 1.00 Six months.....50 TIiroo months.25 F. M. I, Assooiation. A meeting of the Marlboro Par tners Mutual I neu raneo Associa tion will bo hehl at Bennottsvillo on Wednesday January 23d? 1901, ut ll a. m. A full attendance of ni'itnbors is desired. By ordeV ot tho President ?. 1\EASTI?RLIN<J, Soo'y. - January 17, 1901. -* ? ->-~-? Good Roads Convention. . Wo havo boon authorized to call a" meeting of all in favor of good roads-better roads tn Murlboro-to moot at Bennottsvillo on Wednes day next, and to be held directly aftor tho meeting of tho Farmers Mutual Insuranco Association or before as the pcoplo may desire. If you aro interested be euro and at tend. Tt is a matter of concern to all. Tho expense of having four horses to do tho work of two is hoing felt and it is not too late to ?top it by having hotter roads. Theu take time and come to the meeting next Wednesday. I PEN A ND S CISS...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 January 1901

li BBNNBTTSYILLB, S. .0, ny H. A. BKrtWN & co. i^r ?. A. nnowi Office Weat of Court Hottet* - - Fiidavi January 18, 1901, . Bennetts ville Church Directory. MKTu<)t>.R8T-(J. B. Smith, P. C. Sunday ?ohool 10 00 u. m. Preaching at 11.00 a m. and 7 30 p. m. Prayer meet ing Wednesday afternoon ut 4.00 o'clock. Superintendent Sunday Behool, Phil. A. Hodges. BAPnsr-Rov. Rufus Ford, Pastor. Sunday sohool at 10 00.' Preaching Suu day at 11.00 a. m., and 7.30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday ovoning nt 8 o'clock. Supcrintendout of Suuduy soho?l, II. Vi Carroll. P assn VYE niA N-Hov. IT. W. Burwoll, Pastor. Preaching ovory Sunduy at ll o. m., and 7.30 p. m. Prayer mooting cn Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Sunday school, at 9.30 a> m. Superintendent of school, J. li. Kolly. El'lBCOPAIi-Hov. O. W. Boyd, Hector. Pronohing ovory second and fourth Sunday at il a m., and 5.00 p. m. Sunday eohool at 9 30 a. m. Dr. J. A. Faiaon, Superintendent, Qo?nty Ghurch Directory. Bonne ttsville Circ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 January 1901

SOME GOOD ADVICE! Oivon tho Nogroos by a Colored Man ON EMANCIPATION DAY. Ho Appeal to His Race to Fit Themselves for Citizership. Opposes Reduction In tho South's Representation. Emancipation Day waB oolebratod in great stylo in Boaufort. Tho grand marshal of tho day was Josoph Dais. Thoro was a stroot parado of oolorod votorans of tho lalo war, oolorod militia and busiaoss mon and oitizons. Tho oxoroisos woro hold at tho sohool houso. Tho emancipation proclamation wa read by Edward Mayors. Kov. P. P. Watson wau mastor of ooromonios. Robort Smalls dolivorou short nddross roviowing tho first omanvipation oclo bration whioh was hold at Beaufort in 1863. Gon. Bufus Saxon wired con gratulations, as ho wau present in Beau fort at tho '03 oolobration, whioh wero road by Hov. Watson; after which ho introducod tho orator of tho day,, Proai dont Thomas E. Millor, who apoko in part as follows: Mr. Chairman, votorans and follow oitizons: I am boro at my old home, having boon honored by your o...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 January 1901

Tlie Mar*lt>or* Democrat "Do Thou Liberty Groat. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy Possession' ?appy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence." VOL. XXVI BENNE TTS VILLE, S, C., FRIDAY, JANUARY 25. 1901. _._1__ THIS IN KANSAS. Negro Burnod ntl tho Blake In Leavenworth. PROTESTED HI8 INNOCENCE Saturated In Ooal Oil and Strap* ped to an Iron Post With Fagots Piled Around Him. Only a tow wooka ago a aogro was burned at tho stake in a little town in Colorado, and on Tuesday of last wook anotbor was bu?nod at tho atako in tho very heart of tho oily of Loavonworth, Kansas In both oaios tho nogroos woro ohergod with tho saino orimo. Tho last nogro burned was Fred Aloxandor, who attempted to assault Eva Kothos, in Loavonworth, Kausas, on Saturday evoning, Jan, 12, and who is supposed to havo assaulted and murdered Mies Pearl Forbos in Loavonworth in Novom bor last. Ho was takon from tho oho ri ft' a guard by a mob-and burnod at tho stako at tho sooao of his orimo, half a doz...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 January 1901

ORO DEMOCRAT H.A. BROWN - . ? Kdttor. i Friday, January ?^/i???l, ? ifefgigB^^ '.. I 1 .'I".'."'JMT Svtiacrlptlon Prices Oho year.'.$ 1.00 8ix months.50 Three months.25 John Marshall Day? ? Tho State Bar Association have liked tlio celebration of John Mar shall the lirai chief Justice of the United Stilton, for February 4th. The celebration will consist of nd ?I rbsscs, banquet, ?o. Sena tor Liv* in^slon is on the committee from ^i'arlboro. Tho Charleston Exposition. We return thanks for hnndsomt photos of two ol* the buildings now under construction thc '-Adminis tration Building" and the "Cotton l'alace." Work is progressing nico ly and everything will be ready for the reception of exhibits hy fall. Col C.S. McCall will re?oive and look after all exhibits from this section. Call on him or write him for any information tieri red. THE LEGISLATURE. The resolution to adjourn Febru ary*/, -'fa* Ulled ojtabo 10*. The eloetions by the two .Vot?es on Tuesday resultod in the oleoiioii f?i ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 January 1901

BENNE?TSYILLB, S, 0. ?V ?, A. itnowN & c?. ?>//icc West vf Court House. Fiidav, January ?s5, 1901. JJennettsvillc Chur oh'Directory i ".".'....".<'.??..uv.;. A MCTUOD?ST-U. B. Smith. P. C. Sunday school IO 00 u. m. Preaching ai 11.00 a m. and 7 30 p. m Prayer meet* in? Wednesday afternoon at 4.00 o'clock. Superintendent Sunday Behool, Phil. A. Hodgos. FiAi'iiaT-itov. Butti* Ford. Pastor. Sunday Behool nt 10.00- Prononiog Sun day nt 11.00 a. In., und 7 30 p. ii?. Prayer mooting Thursday evening ut 8 o'clock. Suporiuioudom ot' Sunday school. H. W Carroll. PllESnYTRUMN-rltov. H. VV. Barwell, Pastor, Preaching every Sunday nt ll a. ^m., and 7.30 p. ni. Frayer muoting on 'Thursday afioruonn ut 4 o'olnok. Sunday school, atO 30 a. m. Superintendent ol' school, J. E. Kelly. KpiBCOPAL-Rov. O. W. Boyd, Reotor, Pr ondit mr ovory second and fourth Sunday at ii a ra ! and 500 p. m. Bunduy ?ohool at 9.30 n, m. Dr. J. A, Fuluon, Bupertutondont, County Church Directory Bennettsvlllo Circu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 January 1901

FOB GOD'8 CHILMEN. A Warm Welcomo Await? Those Who Faithfully Sorvo Him. Or, Tnliv?n?o Tollu What th? Tra* Dlftotpl? of Christ Hur tOxpvo? Im th? N?xt AVo??a*-3l? w?fA ot Solf-Sxoviaa?. (Copyright, WW, by kout? Klopsen, N. T.) Washington, Jan. IS. In a very* novol wi y Dr. Taluaago in thin discourse desoribe? what may bo expooUd in the next world bj those who here bond all their enorgies in ?ht right dlreotiou; text, II Peter I, tl: "For so en entrance shall bo ministered unto you abundantly." Different styles of welooine at tho ?ate ot Heaven aro har? suggested. We all hops to enter that supernal capital through tho grace that . ia ready to savo even tho chief of sin ner?. But not now. No man healthy of body and mind want? to go now. The man who hurl? himself out of this life io either an agnostio or io demented or find? lit? insufferable .nd doo? not caro where ho lands. ThU io tho best world wo over got fot into, and wo want to stay here ee long a? God will'let us ?tay. But when ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 February 1901

VOL. XXVI lDo Tlion Liberty Qroat. Inspire Our Soul? and Make Onr Lives In Thy ?^oefaion Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Detono*.? BENN KITS V1L1?, 8, C. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1901 ?rn* ? .Jiu- / THE QUEEN IS DEAD. Victoria'? Ldng Lil? tyne! Event . ful ?RelRn Ended. KINO EDWARD THE SEVEN TH. \ The, Lnat Sad Scones Around tho Bedside of England's ... Grand and Welt. Beloved - . . r Queen. Qioon Victoria is doad and Edward YU, reigns. The groatoBtovont in tho memory of this generation, tho mont stupendous ohango ic existing oondi tiona that could possibly be imagined, has takon plaoo quietly, almost goutly, upon tho anniversary of? the death ol Que on Viotoria'a fathor, tho Duko of Kent. Tho ond of thia oaroor, novtr equalled by =any woman in tho world's history, oamo in a simply furniahed room ir. Oaboroo house at Howes, lalo of Wight, on Tuoaday ovoning- of last wook. This . most ronpootcd of all vfomon, living or dead, lay in a great four-pouted bod and made ? 'shrunken at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 February 1901

.i- . ; .. y OL. xxvi 'Do Thon Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy ?oB8ei|Ibn Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defenoe." BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1901 ? .# ; ? . ''? isa W?? Wm THE QUEEN lis DEAD. Victoria's Long Life, nnd Event? fui ftniRn Ended. ? .--Nv.' '., ' ' ,' ? '.' t> .'?.' KINO EDWARD THE SEVENTH. The, Last Sad . Scenos Around the Bedside of England's ; Orand and Woll-Beloved ^ Queen. Q 1,0on Victoria is doad and Edward VII, reigns. The groatostoTont in tho memory of this generation, tho moot itupondous ohaogo in existing condi tions that could possibly bo imagined, has taken plaoo quietly, almost gen tl y, Upon tho anniversary of. tho death o< Quoon Victoria's: fathor, tho Duko of Kont. Tho ond of this oaroor, never equalled by -any woman in tho world's history, oamo in a simply furnished room in Osborne houso atOowes.-lslo of Wight, on Tumidoy ovoning-of l?st week. This ? moot .riispooted of all womon, itving or dead...

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