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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 February 1901

65474 A; BI?dSftT RELIGION. ?r. Tal mage Sots Forth Its Evils in His Sermon, Da tr y- Pt Christians to SpeaU Owl S3.?ft*Uiy on th?, Side ot UiuUt , oouBueaa-Cnattuv ?UI ibo ?Oopyrlaht, by Louis Ktopsch. N. Y.) Washington, Fob. 10. lu thU discourse Dr. Taluiago oalls tor a ?or? deiuoustaUvo religion and a hearty spcuking out on tho right wide of everything;, text, Murk Os2(5: "Thou dumb ?nd. deaf spirit, I charge thee, come out of him." Hore -was & caso of great domestic nug nish. Tho ?on of the household was possessed of an evil spirit, which, among other thing?, paralyzed, his tonguoandmadohim speechless. When tho influcuco wa* on tho patient, he se-i??d not say o word-articulation was Impossible. Tho upirlt that captured "this mombor of the household was a dumb spirit-so called by Christ-a spirit abroad to?day and us lively and ?otcnt as in the Now Tostamont times, et in all the roalms of sorioondom I cannot lind a dtscourso concerning this dumb devil which Christ charged up 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. — 1 March 1901

" Do thou Groat Liberty Inspire our Souls and make our lives in thy possession happy, or our Deaths Glorious in thy Just Defence." YOI.. XII. I1 111 -1 NO.-8. A HOT TIMK. A Sensational Debate in Houso of Representatives. PHILIPPINE WAR DI8CU8ED Len'z Begins Action With Difoct? Iv? Ammunition: and is Un equal to the Task f Re pelling the Attack Thoro was a hot time in tho Houso of Roproscn'ativcs last Wcdnosday. Mr. Lontz, au Ohio Domoorat, furnished' sonsatiou of tho day. Ho usod a nows papor pragragh recounting tho dot th of Charles Lylaud, territorial judgo of Now Moxioo, who had boon a membor of tho logislaturo whioh olootod Sons tor Hanna, as a text for oharging cor ruption in that oleo ti ou. This oallod forth asovoro remark from Mr. Cannon. Goto. "Grosvenor of Ohio attona pt ed to reply ana tho two Ohioan) woro anxious for tho .fray, but Mr. Connon would not pormit it, Ho thought if "dirty Hnon'* was to bo washed tho gontlomcn should hiro a hali. Lator Mr. Lontz made a sooond ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 March 1901

& A, BR O WN W . - - Editor. 'Subscription l'rtco t Ono year.....$1.00 Six months. .50 Throo months.. .25 PEN AND SCISSORGHAPHS Columbia has ft now Cotton Mill.*| Mr. Joromo* Williams of Rich mond county ?nd Miss Sallie Mc Intosh of Oheraw were married in Ohoraw Wodueeday. Th^^resH^ tho "-^^s^Tocial session of Congres? to con vene on Monday next. Ho intends to $traigtotii out things if it tukes ail sumnior. Tho snow of Saturday extended irom JTexas to tho Atlantic coast mid varied from 5 to 10 inohos. Tho freozing. point stopping in Georgia. The North Carolina Legislature was not afraid to/(J?' something lor tho boys of our ?land, and hop is \& : It shall bo unlawful for any ono to soil, offer to sell, give, buy, or ofluV to buy for. any ono under . 21; years of ago any cigarette, ; cigarette panor or substituto ther{N for. Tho "penalty is not loss than $25 Ol' CouNot, ?-? ,'$M ..iV.l.iviv.n >'\\v ?ti (?o|?ih)ep|tiiig ?c.. ww of fi 11 dor ?lvlittu .^coh on the subsidy otu...

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. — 1 March 1901

BBNNETTSYILLB, S. O, ?V S. A. IMIOWN & CO, West Of Court ITnttu* Friday, March 1, 1801, 1 Marlboro Cornily Officers. ^imXivv-J. B. Oreen ('LKRIC or CM?RIC-J. A. Brnko JUDGE or PROBATE M. McLuurio CORONER-O. P. Covington gux'EUVWoii- M. 13 Coward t Sui?r. 1?DUOATION-W. L. Stunlon TREASURER-J. IJ. Thomas AUDITOU-K. S. Carlislo "SENATOR--Knox Livingston ^HBi'aK8ENi'ATiVF.s--J. 0. Danbar, J. 0. Campbell, B L Premun?. ??U.L.1-1."* ' II t".ili:.'_j_JL.i;ujL.^'..'.J_LI.'-..!._!_JJ. Directory of Bennettsville Lodges OONSOIJIDATB? LODOE No. lf>, K. of P., moots ovory Mooduy ovouing ut 7.30 o'clock. W. Turlington, C. 0. 0. J. Lido, IC. of B. & a. MARLBORO LODGE No. 88, moots nt Bonnottsvillo. Friday evening, on or Lo* foru oneil full moon ut 8 o'eloek J. F. Kimmy, W. M. J. T, Dudloy, Scorotury. County Masonic Directory. MARLBORO Cn A VT F. it No. 30 H. A. M., moots at Bon.nottsvillo 0n tho second Friday ol euch month, . yRobt Chaffin, II. P. II, IC. Stookton, Secretary. . KUUEKA LO...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 March 1901

S OT NEW ACTS: 'V . . ? ? '.. -, ? r. ^-?^?^. ?1 Patse.d by the Legislature ut Its Recent Sestlon. NONE VERY IMPORTANT. j Sic ad lt Over Carefully and Then File lt Away for Future Reference. Tho work of tho G oner al A H t) o mb! y, 'which tat? just adjourned, ie boat shown in tho oompaot hat of nota that woro en acted by ?ho lawmakers. Laat yoar thoro woro 178 aoia and roaolutiona cnaotod into law. This year thoro wcro not aa ' many acts and roaolutiona paaaed, tho total number hoing 1B2. In ordor that tho work may bo moro readily graapod and undoratoOd tho Hat of ratified aol a baa bcon dividod up into groupa, wi?oh ocver tho main features of tho logialation. It will bo soon that most of tho logialation thia year, aa usual, referred to potty county mattora, rahmig tho salary of a county offioor or providing for somo inaignifioant road work. Thon thoro ia a largo inatalmont of aota that rofor to apooial oohoola, whoro authority of law ia given for tho ereotion of a aohool building,...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 March 1901

y-o ; " mxvi "Po Thou Liberty Great. ^Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives iii. Thy Possession Ipppy, or Our Deaths Glorious hr Thy Just Defence." : *' lit?NNETTSY?LLE; S, ^W?AY, M?ROH 8. 1901 T " prrrn-:-" ..J:' \ vl:;-. ... AndorsonICountv'?ota Much Free .'. '??yerU?trig ... ;,, SENATOR TILLMAM TALKS Ho Rifehtly Thinks that the C?ti zsri? bf tho Erttlr-? ?tat? Should Not bo Held to Account. Tho Philadelphia North ?morioan has in its josttco of .Monday . and Tuts day inaugrntcd a orusado against tho ?yo tom of "sjayory" ' whi?h obtains in AndorsOA.qojiniy. This was brought about by tho rooo?t ooourronoos whioh led to Ju^go Benet's ohargo to tho grand Jury tb investi gato tho matter* Mt. Goo. IS. Prinoo' of AndoiBon. a member of'tliOrgoi^rhl a?sombly ?nd^ a very pronii'n?fat lawyor, wari in tho oity yoatorday j a??V statod that tho . grand jury is bompos?d of mon who ?will, do their duty, "und-tho pooplo Oatt? rost aa , sured, that tho oonoluaion rc nob cd will ' . bo ?"propor Addin...

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

. XXVI mm "Do Thou Liberty Great. .. Inspire Otu* ?oule and Muh;e'-Our. Lives iii, Thy P?$bssiou ?uppy, or Our Deaths Glorious in'*Thv J'usl l)< IV ' vt" la n B?NNETTSyiLLE; S, cl ihtl?AY; MAROU 8, 1901 10 SEVE;p],YIUNDLE? AnclorsonlCountY'?at? Much Free SENATORTII?LMA? TALKS He Rightly Thinks That the Cl? xori?; .bf ina Entire State Should Not be Helcjl, to Account. Tho Philadelphia "North ?morioan has in its ?BBttoa of Monday and Tues day inaugratpd a or u sado against tho system of "slavery*' I whioh "obtains in Andor?OA. qojAnly. This was brought about hy the rooorit ooourronccs whioh led to J?^g'o Booot's ..ohargo to tho grand jury td invostigato tho matter^ Mr.^Gjoi -IS^Prinoo of Andotapn. a mombor of^tli?^?onbrhl'assembly and a vory pr?i^i'i??htlawy?r, was in tho oity yontordny ami stated that tho. grand jury is coWpOBod of mon who ? will ';. do ihoir duty, a^nd th? pooplo Can? i'o'at as surod.dhat tho oonolusion rc nob cd will ho a'prbpor finding. * Another gontloman' roo...

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

4?M XtriOWN - -v - . mutor. ^ Friday, Mar?n 8, 1901. j ' Bnfoaorlptlou VsJoo t ?ue'yG.*r.ii?i.<-?>9 Bix mouths...50 Throe months............ .25 PXSNAND 3CI880MUIAPI?8 Tho Btato Medical Assooiatjop moot? at Florence next month. JMdgo;5Br?wley'?fl ..holding the XJ. 8. Court at Florence this week. The fruir growers of Georgia speak .q??cjftr|igirigly., of ,a.( good prospect Tor 1901. 1 Mrs. Oarrlu 'Na'tioD,' the Kansas bottle sitt&?ho.r, \ wns.out of (frison only a day on bond, then went back. , tfho snow fall of the 23d ult., at O har les tq ??.waa, i tl^e . ^econd ,?? .fino ly in 60 yoars, ana tho truck tarin* ers> sulTored. Charleston failed to get congross . to givo her fiSa^O. fprJter^?x^o oition. She will hove to"go Khoad ^ .without it. |y&? xAy^mj A Paris man adopted a,unique Way of S&tfjpKjmpt' MsJuMier* in-law. ^He^gof K div^ro* fr?ni lils wife- and married her. The Standard Oil Company IR going for the oil lands in Texas. An ago nt has already leasnd 150...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 March 1901

;BE?NETTSYILLE,,S. a ?Y 8. A. ??OWN & ??, OJilce Wost of Court House. FridaviMwoliO, 1001. Marlboro? County'Officers. tiim\}??~J. ll. Groen Q^iiHlmC^UK-J. A. Druko J?nuBUiy V?tm.m -M. MoL?urln ' COU?MR^U F. Covington SUPERV?SOR-M. E Coward SUP?. .BJto?OATION-W, JJ. 8t?DtOO TREAS^R^*- tl. Thomas - ! A?mtou-JR; 8/ Carllslo KttMvfrtb-Knox Jjiv?B^StO? REPRESENTATIVES-J. O. Dunbar, J. O. Campbell? IV h. l^m?Q, . . 'Directory of Benn?tt?vit?e Lodges CONSOLIDATED LOPOB No. 15, K. of ?\, moots overy Monday evening at 7.30 o'clock. W. Turlington. O. O. O. J. Lido, K.oflt. &S. HMARMIORO LODQE No. 88, moots at Bonnpttuvillo. Friday evening.- on or bo* Toro baoh.full moon at S o'olo'?k. J. P. Kionoy, W. M. JV T, Dod loy, S coro I a ry. County $oi$omo\flivegtoryf \ .. MAUF.nouo CHAPTER No. 30 li. A. M., meots.atJJQuoQUaville pu ibo fc-cccrtul I Friday of oW&W ?^^L?'# ^ Vrjy:. RqbvCh?lnk't?v;.-' H, E. Sto?klou, Scc.^tary? ov-U- , , KU RE KA LoDUK. W0V: 43 ?-AM F. M.. moots ot.,.-MoCol...

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

iWSP HEROISM. I I "-; ' Dr. Talmttgo praises ft and Tells , tof Its Great Rewards. HOYT tho "Loira Jesus Will Ilomciubor tho Faithful Hui il ter ott tho Uroi* j -HorocN ?ml Mavty'rs'of ' j ?Ovory iluy Zilie. . |CopyrJsotV\?Oi, hy l.ou|8 x?iopsch.]' 1 . ' Washington; Fob, 21. ; In thia dlscourto ?>i\ Talmoge praises Christian heroism and-tolls o? ' groat rowards. Tho text ls Galatians vi., 17, "I bear in my body tho ?wits Of tho Lord Jesus." Wo h?aiSx'much about; crowns, thronos, victories, but I now toll tho moro quteVstory of scars, honorablo i ?tod dishonorable. Thoro aro in all parts of. tho wbrid pooplo .bearing dishonorable scars. They went into the battle Of sin and wero worsted, and to their dying day thoy will nave a scarification of body or mind or ?oui; It cannot bo biddon. Thoro nie tons of thousands of mon and womon How consecrated. to God and living holy lives who woro onco corrupt; but they havo boon regenerated, and thoy ar?' no moro what thoy onoo w?dro than rubes...

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 March 1901

:ffl?B|? ??E?IOISM. sf-~~~ ? Dr. Talraago Praises It and Tells ; . of Its Groat Rewards. IS o rr th? Lord J ?VJ us Will ncmcrab?? <be Ka UJ?i ul Hoi .Her o* tho Ovo?? j -Horoo? nud Mur ty jr? ol v '. ! livery iluy 1A?V, , ICopyrJeH ?90?, ?0y ?.ou|8 Klopscri.l , ', V ' , Washington; Fob. 2?. f In thia discourto Bi*. Talmoge praises Christian heroism und tollu of great yowarda. Tho text 1B Galatians vi., 17, "I boar in my body tho marita of the Lord Jesus." Wo hear i.; much about prowns, thrones, victories, but I now toll tho more quiet-story ot soars, honorablo abd dishonorable. Thero aro in all parts of the >yvOil?I -people .beau-leg; dishonorable scars. They went into tho battlo Of sin and wero worsted, ?nd to their dying- day they will have? a soar1flon.fiou of body cr mind cr soul; It oahnot be hidden. Thero aro ten- of thousands of men and women now consecrated, to God and living holy lives who wero onco corrupt! but they have been regenerated, and they aro1 no moro what t...

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. — 15 March 1901

'Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspiro Our Souls and Make Our Lives iu Thy Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy .?u?t Defenoe." VOL. XXVI BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., EjilDAY, MA11CH 15. 1901 . i i' <n Lim i i,!.mini.,. ...mm,. ." n.n, , ^ mmm...._J . - NO HELD IN SLAVERY. Result of th? investigation of tho Anderson Grand Jury. A PLAIN RECITAL OF FAG VS Direct Charges Preferred Against ? hooo Quilty ot Falso Imprisonment and of Barbarity. Thospooinl committee of the Ander son Cou?ty Grand dury appointed by .Tudgo Bbnot to invostignto oortain chargea against largo land owners in that ooanty ruado ita roport laat Thura day to tho oourt. Tho oommitteo Says tbnt in tho oaso of Magistrato J. J.'Gilmor wo find that for Homo timo past ho has boen in tho habit of ieauing warrants and aauaing arroatB and frcquontly ooinini?ting no ouBod persons to jail without cvor ontor ing tho oaso upon bio dookot. This is oapooially truo whoro tho casos havo ?boon compromised aftor tho arrosts woro madot ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 March 1901

S? A, BROWN - . . JStlitot'A Friday, Mardi 15,1901, tss?Mjssrrr~:r.i "..'JU_J <.. w. ?? Subscription Price t Ono yoar.$ 1.00 Six months.60 Throe months.25 i?wnHMWifniM?iiiiiiidiiwit ? im 11 wi 11 PENANVSCISSOBGUIAPHS Ex-prosidont Harrison is lying | vory ill. Tho war in South Afrioa is draw ing to a close. Tho oxtra session of oongross, olosod Saturday. ^Oourt convoues at Chestortiold cu Tuesday the 2nd day of April. Oweusboro, Ky., was whelmed by a cloud burst Saturday night j and groat damage done. Tho town of Willis Point, Texas, sufferod terribly by a oyclone Sat urday. Tho property loss is $5t),000. A storm Sunday swept over Indiana, Illinois aud Wisconsin, doing damage to tho amount of I $200,000. 'Rev. R. W. Barwoll, rector of| St. John's Episcopal church at Florence has boon called to Oraugeburg. DOTS FROM J??r-Sk?/' rumors are busy getting rea dy for another crop. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Conner of Bennettsville aro spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. lloberfc Spears. We ar...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 March 1901

BENNET?SYILLE, ?, 0. .i. KY % X. ItllOWX & VO. QJJlc? West of C?iiH House. Frilay, Maroh 16, 1901, Marlboro County Officers. .SHERIFF-J. B. (Loen OMRK OF CLHUK-J. A Drako JUDUE OF PROBATE--M. McLaurin CORONER-C F, Covington SUPEuviHOtt-M. IC Coward Surr. KDUOATION-W, L. Stanton TREASURER-J. H. Thomas AUDITOR-IC, S. Carlislo SENATOR-ICUOX Livingston REPRESENTATIVES-J. (J. Dunbar, J. C. Campbell, lt J* 'Freeman. Directory of Bennettsville Lodges CONSOLIDATED LODUK NO; 15, K. o? P., moots ovory Monday ovoniDg at 7.30 ii'ntnok, V, Turlington, ?. 0. 0. J. Lido, lt. of lt. &S. MARLBORO LODUK NO. 88, meats at H louettsvillo, Friday ovouiug, on or bo<> (o e ouob full moon at 8 o'clock. J. F. Kinney, NV. M. J. T, Dulloy, Soorotury. County Masonic Directory. MARI.UORO CHAPTER NO. 30 lt. A. " ;., meets nt Bonnottsvillo ou tho recoud i i ?day of caeh mouth, Hobt Chailio, II. P. Il, 10. Smoklou, Socrclury, ICUREICA LODOE No. 43, A. F. M.. moots at McColl. oaoh Suturday after noon, ...

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

? Brief Story of the Expo sition, It*s Grounds and Buildings. Tho South ?aroHu? Intor Stalo and Wost Indian Exposition will opon in tho Oity of Oharloston, B. 0., Dooombor 1, 1901, and oloso Juno 1, 1902 Tho Exposi tion Company has boon oharterod by tho t?*ato of Boutb Carolina with a capital stook of $250,000. Aotivo work upon tho Exposition project has only beon in pro gross sino<) about tho drat of August last, and what has boon aooompli6hod in tho gold od that lia? olapsod sinon thou is without parrollol in tho history of oxpositioo uilding. Tho Bito Of tho Exposition will bo on tho eastern bank of tho Aahloy Rivor within a milo and a half of tho bu-dnoss oontro of tho City of Oharloston. Tho grounds aro beautifully silualod, and will lond thomsolvo* to tho rao't. artistio treatment. Ono half of tho grounds will bo dovoted to tho Main Exposition Buildings, the Midway Uonoossirons and tho Administration offioos of tho great show. Tho remaining part of tho grounds will prosorvo...

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

Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls find ?ik? Our Lives in Thy Possession Happy, or' Ourpeaths GlorioW in .Thy 'Just Defence." ''v*b?<)S -j-. ..-,-? . -r B?NNftTTSViLL?'j 'S? C., FRIDAY, MA VI I 22. 1901. ?^TV* ****** NO 12 wi 8M<?fc Wae.the Terrible Fate of a : Vj;: '- ' T?x\? Fiend ,, ? '?. -V i?.T. CORSl?ANA,. TEXAS. it 1 .V;?Mt.'^ngry-; :Mob' Cap'ured John -,-lonci H8on end Ho is Burned While Thousands Cheer Gruesome Scene. rt >DD lie udora OD, tho negro whoout ra?c?d and, murdered Mrs. YouDgor sov ; ?rftI; dftjl) ego, after making confession, Wft(j bumed to tho stako at Oor.io?na, y T?icap, Wodnoaday by a mob in the Woo. of moro than 5,000 portons. . . ^ o?mmitt?o that bad boon appoint ?^?t'o fioo tho aoouacd aooUred tho fol fflffl'wS bonfoB?ipn from ' Honderon, SV^.^i^tv ' n ab * signed ' and attested . by too o? the Poaoo G. G. lluborts: John Henderson, . oolorod, 22 yeais old, murdored an unknown whito ?o?es north of Oorsioana tho' >$$vpf Marob, 1901. Thoro ...

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

^\:4*\p?OWJf. - - - Editor. . Friday, Marchi 1^01, zT?.?-^zcrzziv^-j. imiv i J .'in. .'?U. U' y Subscription Price t One year.......fcl.00 Sixunonths.00 Throb months.t... .25 BAPTIST UNION MEETING, Tho Uaiou will moot nfc Gibson on Briday tho 29. Tho Introduc tory sermon will ho by Rev. E. P. Easterline;. After tho sormon there Will bo a discussion of Homo Mis sions. '?ho order ot.oxorciso^for Satur day und Sunday will bo suoh as tho. Union on Friday may direct. Attention Cami) Hcnrgnu. The Annual meeting ot (lamp Hcnegan will bo*hcld in thc Court \lIousc on the first Monday in April next. AU veterans are1 requested to bc present. By order ol J. H. Hudson, Commander, C, M. Weatherly, Adjutant. To Meet in Philadelphia. Hon. ?. S. McCall hag boon ap pointed by Qpwzvnor MeS?<a<3ney as a delegate to tho Southern In dustrial convention which moots in Philadelphia June 4,7. $hia body met in New Oreleans several - months ago and decided to hold their next , meeting in Philadelphia BO...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 March 1901

BENNETTSYIIiE, S, 0. ?y'MV^VV*.I-IM'I.'/M i*. it it i * * nv 8. A. ?KOWN & CO. Otf?ue ?roi of Court Home, Frilav. M\uoh22,'i901. MARION OISTRICT APPOiN TMENYS. SECOND ttOUND--W. 0. POWKH, P. IC. Olio and Beulah, Beulah, May 25,26 M0O0II A Bouueltsvlllo Mill?, Ronuottsvillo, " 26,37 H on no tts vii! 0 ot, Pino O rovo, Juno 1,2 BrightBviilo, Bcthci (af loi noon) '* 2,3 North Marlboro, Now Honor* " 8,9 BonnottBvillo Sta, (uigbt) Ju?? 14.16 ,'Binuhoini ok, (* 16,17 Mc/wu/? County Officer s. HiiKUtPP-J. B, Oroon CLERK OF OLEUK-J. A. Druko JUDOS OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin CORONER-U. P. Covington BUPERVIBOU- M. 10 Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-\V. L. Stanton-* TREASURBR-J. II. Thomas > AUDITOR-E. 8. Carlista BRNATOR-KOOS Livingston REPRESENTATIVES-J. C. Dunbar, J. 0? Cuuipbell, ll. L Freeman. Directory of Bennetteville Lodges CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, K. ol P., moots ovory Monday ovoning at 7.30 o'olook. W. Turlington, C. C. 0. J. Lido, IC of K. & S. MARIJIORO LODGE NO. 88, moots at Benne...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 March 1901

talSTM Ol? T?AES. Dr. Ta?mttgo Puts Misfortunes ? Life in a.Cheerful Light. / , --K-i'^i., ,.H Bhovra That It They Were Horne Ia ffcV Hltfkt Sulrlt Thojr lUJvht \ ,Vi.-?v? to lio Ajrtvant?UVL-M ?CojS'/riftht, 3J301, by I^uta Klopsob, N. T.J !.?>. W'- NVW York..'March 1?, A.vast audionoo crowded tho Acad ?my-'o'f Miado In this city to-day to heur Dr. Ta?mng?. Discoursing: on1 "Tho Ministry of Tears," ho put the misfortunes of Ufo lu a cheerful light, ?bowing- that if they were homo In tho right spirit they might provo to he advantages. His toxt was Hov, vii., 17; "And God shall wipe away all ileura from their eyes." WhaV'a Bpc?taclo ? few weeks ago when tho nations woro in tears I Queen Viot?ria ascended from tbo highest throne on earth to a throuo in Heayeh. .. i Tho ? prayer moro of ton offered than any prayer for tho' last Ci year* had boen answered, and God dldheaVd the queen. AH round Ibo wprld tho hells wore tolling, and tlvo minute guns woro booming at tho obsequies of tho ...

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. — 29 March 1901

"Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Oar Souls and Maka Our Lives In Thy Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence " VOL. XXVI BENNETTS VI LEE, S, C., FRIDAY, MARCH 29. 1901. NO 13 GEN. R. E, LEE. -0.enht.nt Rosser's Estimate cf tho . Groat Commander. HE DEFEATED OEM. GRANT. Tha Great Confederate Lender ' Merely Played With Gens. McClellan, Burnside. Pope and Hoc k?r. Gtn. Thomas L.ltoBsor, of "Rugby," ^ Albermarle Co., Va., has boon engaged in writing and publishing a soriosof paporn on tho war botweon tho Statos, and Ida oonoluding artiolo is as fol lews': "Tho wisdom of Gonoral Loo's in I vasion cf Pennsylvania in 1863 has j often boon questioned by military mon pnk;?8 woll as statesmen, but when you |] romombor that at that timo Grant hold '|N:;;c.Goncral Pomborton by the throat at Vicksburg, and tho hope of tho ulti mate sweoots of tho Southern Coofed ..? f ,' er?oy was faint and flickering, you will ag?eo that tho situation called for dos porato aotion. . "Gonora...

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