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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 March 1901

'Do Thou Liberty Grroat Inspiro Our Souls and Mako Cursives in Thy Possession Happyj, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence." VOL. XXVI m BENN E TTS VI LEE, S, C.% FRIDAY, MARCH 29; 1901. NO 13 GEN. R. E, LEE. .Garter ni Roster's Estimate tf tho . Great Commander. HE DEFEATED GEN. GRANT. The Great Confederate Lender Morely Played With Gens. McClellan, Burnside. Pope and Hoc kor. Gtn. Thomas L. Itossor, of "Bugby," AlVormarlo Go., Va., has been ongagcd in writing and publishing a sorica of papors on tho war botweou tho States, and his oonoluding arbiolo is as fol lows: "Tho wisdom of Gonoral Loo's in .'Vaeion cf PonnBjlvania in 1863 has often boon quoBtionod by military mon : ?s woll OB statCBmcn, but when you remember that at that time Grant hold > Gonoral Pombor ton by the throat at li VioVnburg, and tho hopo of tho ulti :/ mato Bucoots of tho Southern Confcd I oraoy was faint and fliokeriog, you will i ag?Oe; that tho situation called for dos i porato aotion. "Gonoral Leo ...

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. — 29 March 1901

S. A. f?itOlFN - - - Editor. Friday, Maroh 20,1901, NuLxnrlntlnn Prl^a t Ono year.$1.00 Six months.50 #hreo months. .25 Attention Canil? llonogan. Tito Animal meeting ot Camp Henegan will ho hehl in the Court House.on the| tiist Monday in April next. AU v?t?rans are requested to bc prisent. tty order ol J H. Hudson, Commander. C, M. Weatherly, Adjutant. Cotton Growers Convention. It is earnestly hoped tho farmer? j of this county in common with the furniere of other counties will heed the call for a convention of tho cotton growors to bo hold nt tho Court J?ou?o on Monday next just before tho meeting of Camp Henegan. Lid, nil interested pass tho word, and lot Os have a full meeting. C. 8. MoCALL, Prest. ; March 28th 1901. MASS MEETING OF VOTERS. Tliere will' bo a mass meeting of tho T)omooratio votors of the town of Benuottsvillo in tho Court House on Woduceday April 3d, 1901, at ?.'?'?lo?k, p. m., for tho purpose of j nominating a Mayor and 4 Alder men to servo for two years. ' Ry ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 March 1901

BENNETOYILLE.-S, C, ? ?.-...>....,..,.,..... O.'Jlco (if?&pf Cen t ////?..;<". Fiihy, Mrnl), 19)1, MARION O?ST.RICT Af'PplM PMENT'o. j SKO^ND UOUHD -\V. 0. l'dWI lt, i>, K. UMo and Douluti, Bf'uluh, ?,'?y 25 26 Moduli & li?nuoitsv?lo Mill ?j ? ;,>ionu?Usvill>?, " 26,27 Bonuottsvlllo ct, Pino GroVoj Jouo i,? lirighUvllto, nothol (aftotiuon) " 2 North Marlboro, Now Hopo, u }!,<> JJoanottsvillo Stu, (nlybt) Juno 14,16 -ttlnnhoim ot, 16,17 ?rn?>WtuU.^X.v*y^.'VJ.\\.vy. ar?? - - v rsv -.... v c. BW : A .\;.- ?? Marlboro County 0(Hoers. HliBttlPF-J. M. Orono ,. ' CLERIC OF OLHHK-J. A. I) rt! ko JUDUK OF PltOIiVJ i". -M. M.:L'iUl!n CORONER-0. 1?\ (loviiu'.ton ?SUPERVISOR-M. 10 Coward j^jmL'r. IOi)uo,V'?'io.v - W. J?. Bi tinton "'TIRBXS^RER-J. II, ' !-. oii'is AUDITOK-IC. ?. Onvlkslo 8 B N ATO ti-IC 110 x .1 ii V1 ti gs 10 h REI? a usu Mr ATi VHS-J. 0. Dunbar, J i C.Cauipbell, lt L F rt-fi u in, Directory of Benn ct is ville Lodges CONSOLIDATED I?ODOE NO. 15, ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 March 1901

Power forwood or Evil It? Content! I 'r???? MayWiold. > i . ?-? JDr ri'ftlmnRe DlaqouracN on Innucnoe? i Drought to Hour' for AVoiia'n ' Jj^u pr o voguent-Xlie InUUoru [Copyright. W?'.-,by Loul? Klopsen,'N. Y.] V^M(?V:V/v??>Vae?ilpgtO>i. M?\ich 17. I In a now way nnd fromupcoiilhir toxt Dr. To^ago^iHuaur^op pi pood influ oncoB^'ou^htitb boarder tho world's improvement. Tho'text ia Ezekiel 0:2: ?"And ono ?ian among tliom was clothed with Huon, with a writer's ink hom by hin nido." . Tho poom from which my text in taken is opie, lyric, dramatic, weird and overpowering. It ?B moro tkuu Hom orlo or Dantesque, No ono over had suoh divine dreams'na Ezekiel. In a viBlon.this prophet had seen wrath ful angela, destroying angela, euch ?with a sword, but in my text ho seca a moroiful u?gol with an' inkhorn. fThe receptado for tho ink In olden /th lo^was^ mado fout pf tho horn of ? tow or'a rain or a r?obuck, OH now it la mado' out of metal or glass, and 'thoreforo was called tho inkh...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 March 1901

:. .- n, :Power forfGoW?iM?? ?tVt?l?? i ??? May Wield. M? Tnlmniio Dlnoonrac? Ou Influeno?? t Urousrut lo Hoar' lor "World'? j Approvement-Tho Iulcnom tCopyr;?nt,.lflW.vby LoutsJUopsob, Vt. Y.] {WM? ^W'>V>Vn5hiu?.toj>, Ma/r?h 17. I In a now way and fi-omupeeuliurtcxt Di*. Talrnag?i (Jia/iq.ursos^f.<-'good iu?lu onooB^^ongutiTo ^?ni'^or'tho world's improvement. -Tho text is Ezekiel 0:8: "And ono man among thom was clothed with Huon, with a writer's ink horn by his sido." . Tho poom from whioh my text ls taken is epic, lyric, dramatic, weird and overpowering. It is moro than -Homovio? or Dantesque, No one ovor had suoh divine dreams as Ezekiel. In a vislonithis. prophet had soon wrath ful angels', destroying angola, each iwlth a sword, hut in my toxt ho sccs n merciful tan gol with' an' inkhorn. /Tho receptado for tho ink in olden ?imo ,wn:v inndo ,911t pf tho horn of a cow 'a "rum or a rbobuok, as now it ls mado'. out of metal or glass, and rthoreforo was culled tho inkho...

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

"Do Thou Liberty Groat. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in'Thy Just D?fonce." VOL. XXVI BENNETTSVILLE, .8. C., FRIDAY, APRIL 5,1901 AGUINALDO CAUGHT By Qeneral Funeton and Carried to Mar ?U. BjETRAYED BY TRAITORS, And Taken Prieonor By Mun He Thought Had Surrendered to Him. Hrw lt : Was Don?. A dispatch from Manila Baye: (lQon. Frcdoriok Funston's daring projoot for tho oapturo of Aguinaldo in hin hiding plaoo in tho prov.inoo of laabola, Island of Luzon, han provedoomplotoly BUOOOSBful. Aguinaldo wno oapturod thoro Maroh 23. Tho United States gunboat Vicksburg, Commander, E. B. Barry, with Gon. Funston and Agui naldo on board, arrived horo this morn ing." Upon landing from tho Vioksburg Aguinaldo was taken bc for Goo. Mao Arthur at tho Malaoanang palao?. Ho talkod freely, but soomod ignorant oon oorning rooont o vento. Ho appeared to bo in good hoalth and was vory cheer ful. Ho lunched with tho offioors of Gon. MacArthur'o staff ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 April 1901

THF. MARLBORO S. A. BROWN -, - ~ Editor. Friday April D. 1901, Subscription Trice i Olio y oar..$1.00 f?ix months.50 Throe months. .25 Our Noxt Oounoil* Pursuant to notice thoro was a go nomi turo out of voters Wed nesday uftoruoon to nominate a ticket for tho noxt two years. Busi ness generally was suspended for i near'two hours, und not in the his tory of tho town has there beon us much interest taken in tho so lection of a ticket. Tho choice made is as follows: , For Mayor-G. S. Modal I. i For Wardens-J. ' F. Breedon, O. E. Exam, John T. Douglas W. H. R?wo. ^Tbo Ticket is a good ono and givQs gonoral satisfaction. The oleotion takes placo next Tuesday. Meeting of Camp Henoean. There was a large and enthusias tic meoting of Camp ITcncgan in tho Court House on April 1. Com mander J. H. Hudson called the Camp to order, and tho annual colo lection of dues was taken up hy th ?djutant. On motion of Comrade Honegan, tho faithful officers of Inst year woro renominated for ro-, election f...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 April 1901

BENNETTS VILLE, S.. C?j J*Y S. A. SUtOWK & cb. Qftlo? W<t8t bf Court lfonsc. Fiidav, April 5, 1901. -?', L'j?1." * ->n" 1"^-- 'UL'Jl"'.'!' *' ?' MARION DISTRICT APPOIN IM EN TS. SECON? ROUND-W. O, POAYHHj I?, K, Clio and ltuululi, .Beulah, May 25,36 MuColl & llonnettevlllo Mill-?, Konnettevillo, ** 26,27 UonuottHvillo ob, Pino Gtovo, June 1,2 . lklgbtavillo, Bethol (afternoon) 2.3 North. Marlboro, Now Hopo, 8,9 JJoonottsvillo Stu, (night) Juno 14,16 Blenheim ot , M 16,17 Marlboro Gounty Officers, BlIKlUPP-J. B. Oreen v? : CLERK OF ClASRK-J; A Dru ko '?JUDOB OF PUOI?ATB-M. MoLauiin CORONER-C. F. Covingtou SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward SUPT. ICDUOATION-\V. ji, Stuuton TREASURER-J. H. Thomas AUDITOR-M. S. ?urlislo SENATOR-Knox Livingston KBPKKSRNr ATI VES-J. 0. Dunbar, J. . 0, Campbell, ll. L. Freeman. Directory of Benncttsville Lodges CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO, 15, K. ol P., moots ovory Monday ovening at 7.30 o'clock. W. TuilingtoD, C. 0. C. J. Lido, IC. of H. &S. MARLBORO LOD...

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

pt. Tftlmago, in a Timoly Dlscourso, i Doclnres H?s'Bdlief lu Them, V Sermon Adapted from U\o Story ol I Simon raul tko Kluhom-Urotitont UUlliaoio IO-, ?OY?VM?I?? ?rn ?T. IJiiuunviHtoil Mhil?U)'. (Copyright, iOOI, by lioula Klopsoh, N. T.] Washington, March ti. ! Thia tllscourao of Dr. Talraago is mo?% pertinent at this'tlino when a (widespread effort foi? religious awak ening U bolug ruado; text, Luke, verse 0: "They inclosed a great inultltudo ?of fishes and their.not broke." : Simon, and his ooinrudcs had experi enced tho night beforo what fishermen ioall ?;poor iuok." Christ steps on board {the fishing smook and tells tho sailors Ito pull, away from the beaoh and di rects thom again to sink tho net. Suro enough, very soon the not is full of 'dishes, and tho sailors begin to haul in. flo largo a sohool of fishes was taken ?that tho hardy men began to look red jiu tho face as they pull, and hardly havo they begun to rojolco nt their suo fceas when snap goes a threnl of tho H6t, an...

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

i)r. Tali?ag*, la a Tiraoly Discourse, j Declares Hie Bollef lu Thom. i _" Sermon AOnptcd from tho Storr of : Simon and tho VlnUexn-Greatest Obntiuilo to llov?vnl? In ?n [Copyright, 1001, by Louis Klopsob, N. T.l Washington, March H. ! Tbl? discourse of Dr. Talmage i? l?i08t pertinent at thia time when a (widespread of?ort for religious awak ening ls being made; text, Luko, vera? .bi "They inolosrd a great inultltudo j ?of flshCB and 'their not bl ake." : Simon ?nd bis ooinrades bad expert- i encsd tho night beforo what fishermen icall "poor luck." Christ steps on board : (ths fishing smaok and tells tho Bailors ?to poll ?way from the heaoh and dl reote thom again to sink tho net. Sure enough, very soon tho net is full ol fishes, and tha sailors begin to haul in. Bo large a school of fishes was taken jthat th* hardy men began to look red jin the faoo as they pull, and hardly havo they begun to rejoice at their suo toss when, snap goeB a threal of the net, and snap goes another throe...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 April 1901

Dr, Talmagc, in a Tiwoly Dlgcourso, j Declares His BoHef in Them. ?ormon Adapted from tl?? Storr ot ; Simon ?na tho V AsherM-Greatest ????iss?? ?vr, ;?CT?VI??? in an ? . Cm: o ?wo ri o cl Mlnlntiy, [Copyright, 1001, by Louis Klopsen, N. T.] Washington, March 24. ? This discourse ol Dr. Talinage Ks moat pertinent at thin time when n hvldeapread effort for religious awak ening ls being wade; taxi, Luke, verse bi "They inolosed ? great inultitudo ?ol fishes and their net brake." ?iin?n and his oom vadea had experi onos'd tho night before what fishermen ?cali (;poor luok." Christ steps on board ?tho fishing amaok and tells tho sailors .to pull away from the bcaoh and di Jreeta them again to sink the not. Suro ?hough, very soon the net is full of 'fishes, and the sailors begin to haul in. Bo large a school of fishes was taken ?that th? hardy men bogan to look ved jin tho face as they pull, and hardly lhavo they begun to rejoice at their sue bess when snap goeB a threal of the net, and sn...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 April 1901

IlT)o Thor/ Liberty Groat. Inspire Our Sonia anrl Mak* Our Live? in Thy P.?4?*??,??on Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in VOL. XXVI fni." T.. . ? t\ . ? AU A ii jr uuov jL^wi?uoo." ?ENK?.1TSVILLE, S. Qf; FRIDAY, APRIL 12,1901. NO 15 SOP PAST HISTORY Fx-Gov. Chamberlain Writes cf . tho Reconstruction Uws A3 HE6AW THEM During tho Qood Days cf Good Stealing and Pil'age In Ucu< h Carolina. Hampton aa a . Leader. That tho reconstruction moasurea of tho Republican Congressional lcadors immediately aftor tho warworo a mis tako was mai nt ni nod by this papor nt tho tim?. That tboy Woro dirootly re sponsible for the ora of corruption and inifgovornmont which ?filioted tho .South up to tho ond of tho efforts to vmaiatain a blaok or Republican eupr? 'Igfaoythrough tho uvo of Federal ttoops and denial of politioal rights to tho rebol or whito loaders has boon abund antly demonstrated in tho paeBago of time. Of tho nature of tho blunder and its doplorablo oonaequonoos no ono is bottor ? Vjftod ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 April 1901

8. A* lUtOIFN - - - Editor. %i|^y;Apvill2.1901, .c' ' Subscription Price i Ono y oar.$1.00 Six months... .50 Th reo months.,. .25 Town Eleotion. Tho election o? Tuesday pasied off quietly with only a ripple of interest ns io tho wisdom of allowing hog* to ho raised within tho corporate limits Tho vote on tfio qujstiouwa9 42 for and 82 against. Tho ticket for Town Olnoeral was ^nominated hut Wedne3 day nud is as follows: FOU MAYOK. . O . S. McCALh. FOR ALDE11MKN. J. F. BREADEN) , W. S. HOWE, ??I ?& E.EXUM, j. T. DOUGLAS; Mothodist S, S. Conforenoe. . Our Sunday sohool Conferonco will bo hold nt Beauty Spot on thc first Friday.,and Saturday in May. Wo wont to urge ovcry ono who ia heartily in sympathy with us in this agr??t work ta moot us there. Es pecially is it important for every Methodist minister, every Sunday school superintendent and teacher t ) bo present. ?vQuestions'of vital importance to tho Sunday soliobl and its work will b? discussed. This occasion will bo one of un...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 April 1901

i BBNNMT8VILLE, 8. 0. BY S. A. ?KOwi & cd. 0/#co ?Foa? o/ Cotiri House. Fiiday. April 1,190?, MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS. S.KOOND ROUND-YY. O. POWER, r. K Olio (iud Boutai), Beulah, May 25,26 Mo Doll & Bouuottavillo Mill*, Eouuottsvllle, " 26,27 Bonnettsvillo ot, Plue Giovo, JUDO 1,2 Brlghtovillo, Bethel (afternoon) .* 2.3 North Marlboro, Now Hopo, " 8,0 Bauuattavillu Sta, (night) Juno 14,16 Blenheim ot, 14 16,ty p?M H-??IIIIIIIBIIIIIIHI I Ililli ll lill il III lill Ililli ll - Marlboro County Officers. SHERIFF-J. B Oroou OLBUK OF CLEUK~J. A Druko JUDGE OF PRORATE -M. McLuuriu CORONER-0. F, Oov'/ittiOU SUPERVISOR-M. Ya. Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Statiion TREASURER-J. ll. Thomas AUDITOR-JU. 8. Carlisle . 8BNATOI\-Knox Livingston REPRESENTATIVES-J. C. Dunbar, J. 0. Campbell, lt. Ii. Freeman. pireotory of Benneltsville Lodges CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, K. ol P., moots ovory Monday oveniog al 7.301 o'clock. . W. Turlington. 0. C. C. J. Lido, K.of B. & S. MARLBORO LoDOB ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 April 1901

i?r. Taittiftgo ?ells of th? Sacrifices of Our Savior, tie Speak? of Qatlmemnne no It Ap? yen vc a to Ulm-Mormon iionv tho 'Jl'oxti "Yo Aro noutflit ! ^th it I'rloe." , CCopyrlght, 1901. by Louis Klopsch, N. T.] Washlnnton, Mar?h ai. In tlUa discourse Dr. Tnlmago allowa tho Messlanto aaorJilcoa for tho sav ing of alienations and speaks of Qetbsomano as it appeared to him; toxt, I. Corinthians 0:20: "Ye are bought with a px'lco." Your friend take? you through hi? valuable house. You examino the arches, tho frescoes, the grass plots, tho fish ponds, tho conservatorios, the parks of deer, and you say with in yourself or you say aloud:. "What did all this cost?'? You seo a oostly diamond flashing in an earring, or you hear a costly dress rustling aoross the drawing-rooin, or you se? a high mottled. ?pan of horses he.r nosued with sllvor and gold, and you begin to make an estimate of tho value. The man who owns a large estate cannot instantly tell you all it is worth. Ho says: "I will es...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 April 1901

itu xuou uluui'by weat. iu?pu? uur raouis nita ?mi'te uur OJIVOO tu lujr J. tn>scj??iuu ?ap^y, t? vitr .i;<xu<iw Ulorlous In I'liy Just Delenoo." --'"' . -- -. VOL. XXVI BENNETTSVIL?.E. S. C., FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1901. -* NO 16 CAUSES OF SUICIDE Freely Discussed. By ithe Coroner oftNew York. HOWiMEN FACE DEATH. , ll ?a Claimed that rVioro Germans Destroy Themse Ivo? Than Any Other Nationality. Pitiful Gason. There woro 471 suicido* in tho bor ough of Manhattan last yoar. Opti mitts may bo surprised that tho .num ber is largo, possimists that it IB . so small. Of all tho gruesome statistics that fil ter through tho oononor's offioo and find oblvion in tho pigoon bolos of tho hoalth department IhoBO pertaining to tho city's (suiciden aro porhaps tho most interesting to a ntudont of lifo an hu man ?aturo. 10von tho mon in tho corone VJ offioo philosophize, ovor thom and its a raro thing for a man to spin philosophical concludions out of a tragedy that.is.all a part of tho day's ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 April 1901

"po Thon Liberty Great. Inspire Our Soul? cmd Millie Our Lives in Thy Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence." VOL. XXVI BENN li TTS VILLE, S. C.. 1JIID?Y, APRIL 19,1901 NO CAUSES OF SUICIDE Freely Discussed. By jho Coroner oflNewYoik. HOW;MEN FACE DEATH. . lt I* Claimed that More O.ermens Destroy Themselves Than Any Othur Nationality. Pitiful Caeou. Thcro wore 471 Buioidot in tho bor ough of Manhattan last yoar. Opti inibts may bo surprised that tho - num lor is largo, pessimists that it in . So small. Of all thogcuosomo statistio? that hi tor through tho oononor's ohio o and find oblvion in tho pigoon holes of tho hoaUh department thoso pertaining to the oity's suioidos aro perhaps tho moBt interesting to a studont of lifo an hu man nature. Evon tho men iu tho ooronti'i offioo philosophize, ovor thom and ita a raro thing for a man to spin philosophical conclusions out of n tr aged y ..that. ia. all a part of tho day's "Those suioides always sot ono think ing,...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 April 1901

-----.----.-^. Villi lil 'tun A-n i\ i\ min rm try 8. A, mtoivisr - Editor. .iu Friday April 19.1901, Hubflorlptlon I'rlcot Ono year.? 1.00 Six months..50 Three months.25 MIWWWIWHW, 1 ???.? ???WIM PEN AND SCISSORGWAPHS Geri, ' Thomas L. Ifcosser will bo at the Columbia reunion of the veterans. Tho legislature of Texas has absolutely prohibited the sale of cigarettes in that place. Birmingham Ala., had a $180, 000 iire Wednesday-stores, dwellings, churohes, ?feo. Tho Gonoral Assembly of the Pres by tor ian chu roh moots at Little Book Arkansas, next month. - The latest projected combine * is1 one to consolidate all the big department stores in the leading .cities and run them in cahoots. In the past fifteen months 51 ? vessels have fclcared from th( port of New Orleans loadec with 46,404,800 bushels of grain Work will begin at once or the new Alumni hall of Wofforc college It is to coot $12,000, ant" will be a much botter building than the one that was burned. Hov, F. M. H?good, a Ba...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 April 1901

BEHNETOYILLE, S. O, MY gV. A. JmoWN &*CO. OJJlco West of Vourt Home? Friday. April 19,1901. MAR?QN DISTRICT APPOIN TMENTS. 'SECOND Hou?o~W. 0. POWBU, r. K. Olio and Beulah, Beulah, Moy 25,26 MoColl & Bouuattavlllo Mill-, Konnottavillo, " 26,27 Sonoettsvlile ot, Pine Grovo, Juno ir,a Br.gbtsvillo, Bcthol (afternoon) .'?. 2,3 North Marlboro, Now-Hope, '* 8,9 lloimotUvlllo Stn, (night) June 14,16 Blenheim ot, ** ?6,17 Wiiiimw?iw; Marlboro County Officers. HuBRiPP-J. B. Oreon CLERK o?> CLERK-J. A. Drake -T.yocK OF PUOHATE-M. McLnuriu UonoNER-?. F, Covioglou SUPERVISOR-M. M Coward SUPT. KDUOATION-W. L. Stanton TREASURER-*.!. II. Thomas AUDITOR--E. S. Carlislo SKNATOR-Knox Livingston REPRESENTATIVES-J. C. Duohur, J. C. Campbell, lt. JU. Frcotuan. Directory of Bennottsville Lodges | CONSOLID?T Ki) LODGE NO. 15, K. of j P., moots ovory Monday evening at 7.30| o'clock... W. Turlington, C. 0. 0, J. Lido, K. of ll. & S. MARLBORO LODGE NO. 88, moots nt iionncttsvillo, Friday even...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 April 1901

Dr, tnlniugo fcoliycrs a timely .Dis course ou tho IUaen Savior, A X?ro?hooy ?n Our oWnllCHOirn?tlori -A? Christ na? HIMOU SO Will Hi? ?'oi>v*o ?iac-i?o im? .. mortui Holly. ICopyrlght. lOOJ. by Xiouis 7'1 v ? * Washin?ton, April 7. Christian festlvqV celebrated in nil tho ehurches ia tho thoxuo of Dr. \ fl discoures; I. Corinthians, 15:20: "IsoW ia Christ' risen from tho dead and be come tlio first fr ulta of them that slept." . Ou thia glorious Enster morning, amid tho muslo nnd tho Howers, I give you Christiau salutation. This morn ing, KusBiau meeting Busslan on tho Btreots of St. Petersburg, hunls him with th? salutation: "Christ is risen 1... nnd is answered by his friend in salu tation: "He is risen iudoedl" Insomc parts of England and Ireland to GIAB very day there is tho .luperstition that on Easter mornlug tho Bun dances in the heavens. And well may we forgive suoh a superstition, which illustrates tho fact that tho natural world seems to sympathize with tho spiritual. ...

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