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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 February 1901

i tt.:A. HHQiFir - - - E<Wor. ! Fridky, Fobruar^ MOOiT^ ., tf??iqri?tl<m Vi ico i 0|io year.-,..$1.00 B?,K months..'.. .BO Three months.25 '.UiiiiiiWi.i.il.?m. m.m.mmn THE LEGISLATURE. iTho boat work done by tho leg islature so far this session has bson tho killing of a numbor of moro or .j less vioioiH bills, says tho Colum , b,?a Record. I Among them woro, a bill to sell ?tho Statu farmers, a bill to allow Teachers in tho public sohools to it-)g tho little ones. ! Both houses havo agreed to givo Charleston $50,000" for her, exposition. Stato Convention Y, M. G. A. '.' Wo havo received an invitation . to attend nox't meeting of the t?tate Convention of tho Youug Mon's Christian Association which convener in Sumter* February 14. . Dishop Oupers^wiU. ho preso nt ot /tho opening and Hov. James A. . t)orritoo of Charlotte will havo .charge of 't??r 'singing. Tho rail roads will givo reduced rates. Delegatos aua visitors should send ' jiu their credential coupons by tho 11th to C....

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. — 1 February 1901

?xwm'fSyto % p. x.--;^ c?.'-',>v/' ?V-Ko-e i?rot??'.?, ?ft|tf? February X, .1901, - '/?v> fw.i.Yifu nm***-* .JLKKK oy OI.?.K*? -J. li, ?rnko dypati ov FROHATM - M. MtvUurio \ ??RQNHI?^O, F, Covington .?IJIMSHVISOH-.M. H. Coward Surr, J-JDOOAI'ION.VVviiVStnutb? A'ni?AbuaKU-^O'. li. Thomas AUDITOR-FJ. S? Carlisle SBNATOR-~-KOOX Li vi ug?ton UBi>aE8KNrATiVK8--J. 'J. Dunbar, J C. Campbell, *R.*L. Freeman. Dlre?toryof> j?ennettavilte Lodgt? (jONS?iabAii?u LOJXJK No. io, K. ol i1., moots ovory Mou day ovo ni UK nt 7.30 o'clock. W. Turlington, O. O. ?. J. Lido, K. of lt. & S. MARLRORO Lima? No. ?8, .'moots .at H- ancttBvillo. Friday ovcning, on or bo?. Toro oaoh full moon at 8 o'clock. J. P. Kinney, W. M. J. T, Dudloy, Secretary. County MQSOXI?O. Directory. . .. MARLUORO Ot?A-PTRR r?o. 30 lt/ A. M.?, moots at Bounottsvillo ou tho soooud Friday ol' each.month. , . . ' Robt Chaffin, H. P. . ll, E. Stookton, Seoretory. " Ki/REKA Lonou No. 43, A. P. M.. UtcetS at MoColl, otoh ,...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 February 1901

DOOR OPEN FOR ALL. There Is Not * Monopoly liT tho Christian Religi?n. Ur. 1'aliunBo'? Timely Olncouric on ., Opouslon o? the Twentieth An V jitvcrnnvy ot tho Mowcry [ Mission in Now Yorl*. ICopyrlght, 1901, by Louis Klopaeh.] Now York. Jan. 20. " .On the occasion of tho twentieth an niversary of tho Bowery mission, Jan uary 13, Dr. Talmago preached to avast audience at the New York Academy of Music. Ministors of all denomina tions wero present. Tho text was, John 10:10:' "Other sheep 1 have which are not of this fold." There is no monopoly in religion. Tho grace of Clod is not a little property that wo can fence oft and have all to .mreelvM. It is not a king's park, at walch we look through a barred gate way, wishing that we might go in and see tho statuary and tho deer and the royal conservatory. Nos it is a Fa ther's orchard, and everywhere thero are bara that wo may let down and gates that wc may swing open. In my boyhood, next to the country schoolhouse there was an orchard of ...

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. — 1 February 1901

DOOR OPEN FOR ALL. There Is Not * Monopoly in tho Christian Religion. Ur. 'l'ai m mi <. '.-? Timely Dlioourio on , Ooo union ot tho Twentieth An y ?Ivcr?nvy ot tb? llowcry f, MUnlon In NetvYorU. [Copy ri slit, 1901, by Louis Klopsch.? Now York. Jan. 20. On tho occasion o? tho twentieth an ?Ivoraavy of tho Bowery mission, Jan uary 13, Dr. Taimado preached to avast audienceat tho New York Academy of Muslo. Ministers ot all denomina tions woro present. Tho text was, Johu 10:10:v "Other sheep I have which' aro not o? this fold." There ia no monopoly in religion. Tho grace of Ood ls not a little property that wo can fence oft and have all to **r*?lve?*. It is not, a king's park, at vri?ch we look through a barred gate way, wishing that wc might go in and nee the statuary and tho deer and tho royal conservatory. Ko: it is a Fa ther's orchard, aud everywhere them ?re bare that wo may let down and gatos that wc may swing open. lu my boyhood, next to the country schoolhouse there was nn o...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 February 1901

\ ? -,-~?-^-!-,-.-. -V .-^ ' ' i^^vV^Mv, WI?! ? ??rr ,-i - . T"- f - VT~r-T-p^-t-<-r . *-* t?. v.-t. '' :. \?/ & i f ;1; ./4. V :?' -% "Do Thou Libo?l 1 ?i ..... , ) i ,.,?? ' i;,. (' , , ? ? < . .1 , . 1,1;). ;''.>. . ..: " . ' ... ... '. -i-M-^^'^?-?-wr't?SS:- ; I r j lW HAW , ; ! Aili H Mu "g r <?>u .-i?/ ?E5 [ri .v, j ;:.-// i 4???M ? ,r-< mT - BENNETTSV?LLE, $ C EK1DAY, KEliKUAltY I te ba in , . ft, i ti'.; Three. ?v^a? Cqnyjpted <?f. lylurdor :. Qot Thirty Yobre. ANOTHER FIFTEEN YEARS Th? ?i;-) Fa theV ?f^ bn? of ine .io .? V . . .'. '. ".. . .? " :;: ?on Wak Bei^g ' Sentenced. Walter a MoAlietor, Wm. A. Death and Andr? w J. Campboll, who worn guilty of murdor.in tho^ seop.ntj dogreo, /Pr tho kilting of Jon ti ip Jiokebhiotcr, on Oot. 18, 1900, by 'tho administra tion of ohoral and subsequent rapo, tb-' gothor with Goorgo J Korr, who pleads, od non vuit oontendro to a ob argo of rapo woro brought itno iho oourb of oyor and toiiuioor at Patterson, N. J....

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 February 1901

- ?. . . Aim a mmimmm ' --1-;.-:--i --^-v-,-i-;-r~T Jj fd JJ . vi '. . ? . Three. IVJeri Conylpted bf M und or ,. Qa? thirty Yeufa. ANOTHER FIFTEEN Y EAR 8 .1 Th? Oj? Fa theVbf* Ona of the' ..; '.Xs 'V,. .'*'.. " :. Mon Lay. Dying, as' H s 8on Waa Being Sentenced. 'Wa'lferP. MoAliotor, Wm. A. Death and Andrew.J. Campboll. who woro ?,uilty of inuidbisin.tho aepond dogrco^ or tho killing of Jon?ip BoHeohietcr;'' on Cot. 18, 1900, by 'tho administra-' tion of choral and Subs?quent rapo, to gothor with George J Korr, who ploaoV; ed non vultoonteudrotoa ob argo of rapo woro brought itno tho oourt of oyor aud tot minor at Patterson, N.J.,-on Tuos day.,f pr.sonteueo hy Judge-Bixon^- Mo? Alliatoiri C^WP.boll and Poath worjo .caph ,| Neontohood4o).ii0 y.oa'rs imprisonment.-nt hard laljor and Kerr, to 15 years iinpris onmottt/ at hard labor. Tho^phicnoeff< of aji&uo^^ pritrarjTvii?iiii' whlplv' -.tlia-^law,. :ptovidj3S<. but in the^asp (^f ;Korr a lino cf $1,000 1 might havo boon ad...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 February 1901

m-.r.-.: y.-.i.BSJtOlFN ? . r Editor. ^ Friday, February 8,190V . rjrrrr. Oabserlptlon r rfc ol p?e<year;.1.?0 ?lk months.50 'rHroo months.25 PE if AND sforsstonan A PUB c>y>.1V\?Q ' nu veiling of the Henry Tim rod monument wit! bo held in Chu rion ton May 1. Hon. George D. Tillman that . grand old man and statesman, dtyd' on Saturday. "l?ho Stello Load work? of Char leston woro accidentally burned .^Uosday moruiog-Loss $32,000. :.Mra. Nation, tho grout saloon swasher has boon'invited to Char-' leaton-but,, it will bo after tho . opposition hoforo sho colines. Uf our* Legislature don't mind the npprbprintions of 1?01 will .comparo favorably with the ex travagance of tho Congress now ii} session. . .{Because thornbro no elections M. tako placo this year is a good ^nspti why the redistricting of \tho Sft|)t$\ should be made now. C?udiLitoo will havo plenty of ^Urue to cultivnto tho field before I -t ho uoxt election. ?Secretary of Stato^Gooposr, has oljr thanks, for a copy ot...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 February 1901

BENNBTT^ILLE. ft 6. , ??*. A. BRO wk'& t*." Marlboro. (fyuntyjQQicera, " ' . SimaiPF-J; vB" G.roon (?L?SHK OY OLKUK-J, AVh?iko ?UOOB oi\PaoBATK M. A?vUurlu COBONKU-?i 1?, ?ovingtou . SUPBUVWOU-M. IC U?Wttrd Surr. KD?OATION-W. Ii. Stanton TIIBASUIIKU-J. II. Thomas AUDITOB?-J0. S. Carlisle BsMATOtt-Knox Livingston RBPttRSKNrATiVKS-J. 0. A Dunbar. J. i), Oan?pbell, Tl. Ii Prcenuu. ' -L.-MJ-ai-?J?,-. Directory of "jJ?nnettsville Lodge* CONSOLIDATED LODGE No. 15, K. ol \\.t moots ovory Monday eveuiug nt 7.30 o'clock. VV. Turlin?ton, 0. 0. ?. J. Lido, K. ot JA, & 8. SMA|t?no?o T?ui)rj?' No/-88, ii?cofi at *PMJ?6V'?\Q. Friday ovoning, on or bo* r** ?Hob full moon at 8 o'clock. J- F. Klunoy, VV. M. Tat T, Dudley, Soorotiiry. J--'ii???tiiiftot?AVTKh"o. 30'll." A. f?cond . KuRKiCA LOB OE No. 43, A. F. M.. me?is at iMcCoH,-ouch Saturdayaitor ?JOOT), before tho full moon.at 4 o'ctouk, A WIORA IliODCiE No. 33, A. F, M., ii dotH atrito, Sat uni ay on or nfior each fuji mogu ?t 3 o'clock, ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 February 1901

mi NETS, Dr. Tomago Preaches a Sonnon on the Story of the Fishermen. ; ?iU<] ~-T-rT .." ? ChrUl'? ?I noli? H o ns naher? ot Men ?Th? Goayel Net ?MU HOV I* ' j Should Bo Kept In ? * Itepntr.} ,y ..-,;.'.>>'",. -TTT- - : lCopyri?nt, VW, by XJOUI* .Klopaoh.) . . . Washington. Jan; 27. In thl? dlscourso Di*. Talmago de rribo*,the OoBpel ,uet ard bow it ia to. . be repaired after hoing damaged; Hext, Matthew 4:01, "James.'tho son of Zobcdeb, '?nd John, bis brothor, in a /,/ ship with Zobedco, their father, mend ing their, nota." "I go a-dshtagl" cried Simon Peter to his oomradoa, and tho most of tho apostles had bauds, bard from fishing teoklo. Tho fisheries of tho world have always attracted attention. In the third oonfury tho quoou of Egypt had ior pin money $470,000, rouged from tho fisheries of ?mko Moorls. And, if tho timo should ovor come when tho Immensity of tho world'? population could not bo fed.by th? vegetables and wueatB oi the laud, tho sea has an amount of animal ...

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 February 1901

Sf? MTO?)IN$, tC???!)NM, Dr. Talwago Preaches ft Sermon oa tho Story of tho Fishermen. 1,-1-7-- .. Vhvlrx'a Dlaotple* as Flauer? of Mo? ?.Tbr Gospel Net aud How lt i t., Sbould Bo Ku j? In j ? ' ? iii ; ,'W?pair.; t? Vii '/.?].(, V 'i'V , ; 1 . 1 ICopyrlBlit,. JW, by Lovls Klopsoh.) L ' "'Washington, Jim; 27. ' In ?his discourse Uri Talmago de ?erlbe? the Gospel net and bow it is to be repaired ' a/tor hoing damaged; jtext, Matthew 4:31, "James.'tho son of Zebedee, and Joh?, bis brother, in a ? ?bip with Zebedee, their fathor, mend ing- their nets." "I go'a-flsblng!" Cried Sim?n Peter "IO his oomrados, ?nd tho most of tho . ?postlca hftd banda hard from iishlng tackle. Tho fisheries of tim world have always attracted attention. lu the .third oent?ry the quoou of Egypt hod for phi money $470,000, received from tho fisheries of kako Moorls. And, if tho timo 6hould evc-v como when tho Immensity of tho World's population could not bo fed.by tho ?vegetables aud meats of tho laud, tho sea...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 February 1901

* . V. 6540? '.?Do Thou Liberty Grout. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy Possession Happy, or Oar Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence." YOL. XXVI BENNETTSVILEE, S, C,, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1901 .J ? TERRIBLE TOCK. A Train Jumped th? Track nnd Plowad Into a Hill. FIVE KILLED, MANY MISSING F(iw Pn?flrttit/<irR Evonnnd lr ? J V . ?...???. -. - .- . i ? Three So'diers Undor Or ders for Phillpirtes Ar? Among the Diarb Train No. 6 tho Nnv Yrrk-Chiongo limited on tho JOdo railroad, was wrookod Thursday motning within tho town limits of Grcor.vdlo, IV F.ve pASaongors woto dead whou taken from tho v/reok, covoral am -missing and thoro aro many bAdlv iii j ur d. TH K DKAD. Tho doad aro: Sorgoant Major Harry A.; H*rt, Fort Wood, N. Y. Goorgo W. PattorBon, Philadelphia, privato Co. I, U.8., infantry; oa-ricd a card of Iron Moulders' uuion. Peter J. Ourry, (Jobeo, Nnv York, privato Tonth infantry, uged 21 Unknown mun, aged 25 yoard Unknown man, only papers OD por son wau a postal oa...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 February 1901

S, ?. lillO?VN - - - m?tofi Friday, February 15, 1901. Subscription Tvlcot Ono yoav. .# 1.00 ?Sijc months -?O Thrc? months.20 WMWy>IW/;illJIWl%IUltmg?WtTO^J.'.-'-i i.C.ri.tv~'' Oats A Fin? Kooord. Thoro is no question that jockeying for position, by mom her.-) bf tho logia latino ia very detrimental to tho pub lie good. There ought. to ho a 8 mtb mont in tho legislature against bice ting ita members to oliieo. It would perhaps bo bolter slil! if ab members wero ineligible fur election to buy po sition; in gift of lhat body (hiring ard for two years after their eon notion with il.--Chester Lintern. Tho Anderson Intelligencer, upon tho authority of The Columbia U cord, snys; "There has been an u II USU?. ni; amount ol' j ?ckeylng for positions in tho futuro,, by mcminn of the gen oral assombly. Tho public will very readily bobo/bit. 1>. is thc "jockeying" that prevent-) thc redistricting of. I lie ?tnto and that loaves its slimy trail over a great dvnl moto of the legisla tine's...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 February 1901

:>, ? ti?'AiJtho?w; >. ~ . mitton , Friday, Februnvy 15| 1??L' Subscript Jon I'L ICOJ Ono your ..'..? s..$1.00 Six niOtttllfi ... * ,.. ,50 .Taroo montns, ............ >25 Thorn ia no qiiostlou that joeUoyiog for po^iti??, by tiij?rnb?'i'd <>f tho'logier latino is very delrimoutul to tho pub Ho good. There ought, lo bo a santb mont in tho legiaUtevo against ?Icc* ting its' mom.bors to ??iieo. ft Would ' - jiorhapa bet.bftitofstili ii" all membera were ineligible for election to any po-, sidon, in gift.of that hotly daring neil' i or two ?'ea rs after their oonnetion with'it.-Chester L-uilorn. Tho Audorson Intelligencer, upon tho authority of Tho Columbia Re? oord/says; "Thoro has boon an nnuaie al amount of i >okoylng for positions ?.. ?Uv^ftW....,? vu;'-.??...'i.-..: ,.t*ii-- ~-~>': m i^v ?umiwjj o) iiiuiiui.i ? IM mu {jcil. Oral assombly. Tho public will very readily bolio/o it- lt. is tho "jockeying" that provont? tho reilistrioiing of;tho stato and thut loav...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 February 1901

M mr A; ^i?n>*:^? <LO. -----...-. ??d?iV; Fobriiiuy i-i, JOOL Marlboro.County Officers. I SUB?UW~-J. IV. droon J (?LBHK 0> Cl.KlUC -J. A- lb uko JUDCIK oi-vPuoiiATi: -M.. Mclaurin . .CORONKU--O. P, Covington 'A.'; KUPKRV<s$Ott*--.>]. \<) . (;0\v:tvd ' ,-;;SuPi\ WD??vio?-:\V. .h. SuVhloii TitKAsunKu-.L ll. Tharne Auojrou.r-JO, 8, Curi?lo ??NATou--K no* J A v ; ii amii? llKPlUiyBN'rATtVKK----J.:-.0..'-r>?ub:ir. J .n.-OiU-?iA??!!.- li.-h. :V?4f:?ki\,.' Directory of'".Bennettsvilte\Lodges ? OoNyoi.in.vrr.n Lonni: Ko, i.r),;K. oj-j . ,1*,, meets ovory Monday overdiu', ut 7.30| o'olook. ' AV. Turi Infini 0. 0 ?. j; Jade, K- ol1 lt. & S. MAULUOHO LODGI-- .NO- SS, incoi.p ni BonnettSvillo. Friday evening, on or bc-1 loro onoh full tnoon.n^Ko'elbck.. J. P. Kinney, W. M. J. T, Du.lloy, Socrotary, County Masonic Directory. MAIU/UOUO ?n.yvn'<H. No. 3.0 Ll. A. Pl., oj'ejits nt Bonncllsvillo on, th o toeoinl Friday of enob ni o nt li. Robt Chaffin, IL 1'. II, ?C. Stook...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 February 1901

iViALlLbUIiU iiiil BENNE?TSYILL3], 8, ?, .WY A. ;jti<UTr.; & to. 0//?ce oJC Court llotttic. ? Friday, Fobraavy lo ? 1001, Marlboro County Officers. SHKMPP-J. IV. Gi ooo Cr.EUK OP CBKUK -J. A.. DI ?.ko JUDOB OP PROBATB M. Mclaurin COKONBU-C. F. CVvingtbu SUPBUVISOU-M. E Coward Supr. Knt;o.viON-\V. Jj. S t tin I on TKKASUUBK-?J. ll. Th.?rn is AUDITOK -E. 8. Carlisle S B N ATO U K o o X J i i V ! 11A : ?. > I ll 1?BPK.E8KN PATIVKH -J. C Danbar. J 0. Camphell. ll li l-roennn, . , Directory of Bennett avilieLady es CONSOLIDAT!-.!) LoiKU! Nt). l.r), K. ol ,1*,, moots ovory Monday evening nt 7..'it) o'olook. W. Turlington, C. O O. J. Lido, KV of lt & ?. M A?Li.?OUO LOJKIB No SS, moot}-- ?t Bonncttsvillo. Friday, evening* on or ho? foro otioh full moon ?rr+tM.'HiK k J, K. Ki,.ney, \V. M. J. T, Du.Hey, Spor?liiry. County Masonic Directory. MAIUAIOKO CUAIMI.:I. NO 30 U. A. M., moots at lJou.u0ftkviitu\oii lito ?copii<1 Friday of oaoh motith. Kaht (Jhullitii ll. l\ II, 15; S t...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 February 1901

M-?GION A SOLAC? Dr. Talmage Speaks Comforting W?rde for tho Righteous. Discours* (or TIIOHO Whoa? MT?I HIWO Jinny Anxtetlc?~>AH I? Woll g&? tb? lidhvor - Truat Tboroutfltlr lu Clod. iCembVht, iwi, by Louis Kiopach. If. r.? V/ashinslpn, Fob. ?. There I? a grreait solace In thia dis cours? oi Dr. Talmag? for those whoB? UTO? havo many anxieties; text, Isaiah 8110s "Say ye to th? right ?d?? that it ?hall b? well with him." . Her? is a promise for people who aro all right, but who will como and ?et it? How many, or, rather, hov* few, people do you know who aro al' right? If it wore asked of nuy assem bly that those who were sinless- should ri?? up, non? would risc oxoopt imho tile? and religious cranks. An ac cident happened near 60 centuries ago that stnrtnd.tho human mee in th? wrong* way, and wo havo not got ovei it. Wo know a great many splendid men and splendid women, but thot will tell you ihnt they have not al ways done the right thing or thought the right thought. If it ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 February 1901

gt*? '.Do Thou Liberty Great. Insiere Our Semis and Jblake Our Lives in Thy ..Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Dofou??o/'-' y . \7Y\V .. .-VVfTir . ; BEN?fIS;ri'8Vl-LL,Ev S. C., FRIDj^y, FEBRUARY 22. 1901 , .,ri*> .-. ?(ft. 8 MUST GO. AtUaotThat Is What th? Legis lat uro Sayn. fiEN?TE A?REE8 WI TH MOU8E The Bill Forbids th? Carrying of F?ro Arm? L?as Than Twenty Inches In Leng'h. Mr. Cooper's bi!! ip regulate ibo carrying, matiufaoturlrg aud salo of firoarms usually usod for tho ioflction of pomonal injury, and to mako a vio lotion of tbo sauio a misdemeanor, was taken up in tho Ronato on Tuosday of last wook. . Tho bill is very drastic in its provisions, and tho o un mitt ce re port on it was unfavorable Sonator Graydon offered an amond mont .waking-tho bill apply only to pistols, and adv.Qoatod tho bill with hin amondmont at somo longth Sonator Aldrich thought it tho boBt bill that has boon in(rgduood at this sesoion. Pahlio opinion has oryntal ized on two r...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 February 1901

V. The 9 X>einooi7at 65471 sa Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Mako Our Lives in Thy Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just D?fende."-? VOL. XX Vi BENNETTS VILLE,. S, C., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1901 ,:. 8 PISTOLS MUST GO. At Least That ls What tho Ls gis laturo Says. SENATE AGREES WITH HOUBE The Bill Forbids tho Carrying of Flro Arma LOBS Than Twenty Inches in Leng'h. Mr. Coopor's bill to rogu?ato tbc oarrying, manufactur? g and Halo of firearms usually usod for Ibo iaflction of porsonal injury, and to make a vio lation of tho samo a misdomcanor, was takon up in tho Senato on Tuosday of last wook. . Tho bill is vory drastio in its provisions, and tho otnmittoo re port on it was unfavorable. Bcnater Graydon offered an amend ment making tho bill apply ouly to pistols, and advocUod tho bill with his amendment at somo length Senator Aldrioh thought it tho best bill that has boou introduood at thin sospioo. Public opinion has crystal led on two j oints, ho said...

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 February 1901

9, A o BUOWN - - - Editor. \ '>.'M->,?-,.."?,?l,.^,(1i,l.lln1|.v,-11.,,.sr?.'>.f./'i1.?.^i.?.'S>'1.'?.''?'? v Friday, February. ?2, 1901, i-u-j.M?j.u.a._i-.'.'y Subscription Pricer Ono year.$ 1.00 Six months...BO Three mouths,-.25 PEN AND SCJ3S0n&RAPHS. Mr. David N, Bothea of Latta died on tho 12th. Georgi) Thomas, colorod, was hujig at Boaufort Friday for rape. G roo nv il lo has th reo mon to go to tho gallows next month. Div Alex Sprunt of Rook Hill succeeds Dr. W. T. Thompson as pastor ol tho First Presbyterian church of Charleston. Should tho contraot system bo abolished bocauso tho planters of Anderson make slaves of their tenants? Is Bonator Tillman jealous of McLauriu? It would seem so from his efforts to eocuro opiaion from the Legislature as to what they thought of him. What a picture! John Livingston colored, the Florence rapist who has been in the pon i ten tia ry, was brought over Tuesday, pleaded guilty, was son to need by Judge Watts to 10 years and t?...

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. — 22 February 1901

BENN?T?SYILLE, S. ,0. wy ?. ?. imo ww A r<o. Ojjlce JiKosi of Court J lou HO, t Fiidav. February 22, 1801. Marlboro Gounty Officers. * SHERIFF-J. B. Oreen OLK UK OP CLERK-J. A. Druko JUDGE OF PROBATE -M. MoLuurin CORONER-C. F. Covington SUPERVISOR-M. K Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-W. li. Stoutou TREASURER-J. H. Thomas AUDITOR-JO. S. Carl?slo SEN?TDII-Knox Livingston REPRESENTATIVES-J. C. Dunbar, J. Ct Campbell, li. L Freeman. Directory of Bennettsville Lodges CONSOLIDATED LODGE No. 15, K. ol P.i moola evory Monday evening nt 7.30 o'olook. W. Turlington, C. C. 0. J. Lido, K. of ll. & 8. MARLIIORO LODGE NO. 88, moots nt Bonnettsvillo, Friday evening, on or bo? foro oaoh full moon m 8 o'clock J. F. Kinney, W. M. J. T, Dudloy, Soorotary. Oounty Masonic Directory. MARLBORO CHAPTER NO. 30 H. A. M., moots at Bonnettsvillo ou tho second Friday of oaoh month. Robt Chaffin. II. P. H, E. Stooktou, Secretary. EUREKA LODGE No. 43, A. F. M.. moots at MoColl, ouch Saturday after noon, botero tho ...

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