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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 April 1901

"Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Jnst Defence." VOL, XXVI BENNETTSVILLE, S, Ci, pilDAY, APRIjL 26, 1901. DEFENDS HIS VOTES Senator: J jhruL. '.McLaurin Fires Mia First Qun. A REAL CAMPAIGN OPENER. Tho Work for Southern States man ?if He 8eee l\ Insista on Being Ind? pende nt on Oroat 18?uao Senator John L. McLaurin spoke as follows at t'jo banquot of tho Southorn Manufacturers Club nt ,Oharlotto .on Thursday. Ho said: : Idcsiro to m a ko a statement of scnio what ? por?otal na;uro boforo proooed in g with tbis speeob, whioh ? intend to deliver tonight. A oottnin uewspapor correspondent in tho oily of Wabhiug ton has persistently sproad tho report that I was norning to Charlotte to mako a spoooh whioh would launch a now party in tho south. Thu report is ab solutely falso. If I had any suoh in tention good tasto would prevent mo from taking advantago of an oppor tunity ol'-this kind. I tiu oontont to ad...

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. — 26 April 1901

8* A. BROWN' - - - l'UUtor, Friday. April 26,1901, ... .^"^v'^'^^" "'-'?'i'";i""J -A' . ?"-'"""?"-"-"I1!--!-1-" Subscription rrlcot Oaoyoay.,.......$1.00 Bix months. (, Xv . .* *.uU Three months.25 ? PEN AND ?3CI88QRGHIAPH8 The trains are running now from Cheraw to Chesterfield. Alabama was visited by a terrific tornado on the 18 which did great damage. It looks as if the weathor was in'sympathy with'tho plan to .reduce the cotton acreage. Postoffice Department pro" poses to use cotton twine in . place of jute, for tying up letter . moils. Tho atorra .of Friday and Sat urday seems to havo swept tho country from Maine to Texas, and muoh.-ilamago was dono. Senator MoLaurin has accept ed au invitation from prominent citizens of Greenville to make a public address in that city May 22nd. Mc?oll isa town now to make any county proud of possessing it. Chut?nos, schools, factories and farms all nourishing togeth The So??iWn temer- . who persist in buying western horses aud mules and Western...

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. — 26 April 1901

iBN?Ear?yiLLB, S, ?, ? v ?. A. imo war & CO. O/Jico West of Court Uouaes ! Ftidav. April 26,1901. . t?MTWiui?iwnMiiiwiiiiiwiini iiiiiiliin'inimm m in mi MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS. ?ttcoxD HOUND-W. 0, POWER, P. B. Olio' alad Boniah, Beniah, M?y 25.^6 Mo'.?oil & UoimatUvjilQ Mill?, Ken ti ot ovillo, *. 26,27 llonnottavllla Ot, Pinu Oiovo, Juno 1,2 HritfbtsivHle, Bethel (afternoon) 2,3 North Marlboro, Now Hopo, " 8,9 DoauottBvlllo Sta, (night) Juno 14,16 *>)coh?hu ot, " > 16,17 Our Town Government. MAYOR-C. S. McCall ALDERMEN-j. Frank Breeden, 0. E. F.xum, John T. Douglas, W. 8. Howe. <<GJ;ERK' & TREASURER-Milton Mc I.fiurin.. Office open daily. POLICE-G. B. Barrett, Marlboro County Officer8. HiiERiFF-J. B. Green CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. Drake JpDQB OF PROBATE-M. Mo'Laurio ?* ?N?tf^C F; Covington ERVIBOR-M.. K. Coward SUPT. I?D??ATI?N-W, L, Blanton TREASURER-J. H. Thomas AUDITOR-K. 8. Carlislo ?5KNAT01V- Knox livingston ttupREptti?rATiVE8-J. C. Dunbar, J. 0. Camp...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 April 1901

l?ENHETTSYILL?l, S, 0, ?V S* A, imo WK A CIO* O/tioe Weat of Court If ouse,, ?'yi<'V''i'M'i,>'Oi?iiSi'w'i,'yHn,iS)<,|iuVti'i,i>i Fridav. April 26,1901, MARION DISTRICT APP01? WENTS. B?tcoKo HOUND-W.O. POWER, p. K. UlUv and Boniah, Btulah, May 25,26 Mo^oll & BeunattavJUa Mill?, SennetiavUio, u 26,27 lif'.noLtivillo ot, Vino Oiovo, Juno 1,2 lu:;;htBvnto, Bethel (afternoon) 2,3 Ketch Marlboro, Now Hopo, M 8,9 llounottavlllo Sta, (night) Juno 14,16 Monheim et, M - 16,17 Our Toxon Gorvcrnmcnt. MAYORT-C. S. McCall ALDER M EN-J. Frank Breeden, CE. E?.um, John T. Douglas, W. S. Howe. 'CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc laurin. Office open dally. POLICE-G. B. Barrett. Marlboro County Officers. SuERiyr-J. B. Qreon CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. Drake JfjDae OF PROBATE-M. McLaurio > ' ?>?>NEtt~?. F, Covington ?O?ERVCBOR-M. E. Coward SUPT. E?D??OATION-W. Ii, Stanton TREASURER-J. H. Thomas AUDITOR-E. S. Carlislo t?KNATO^-KnOE livingston ?lKPREBRNtATiVES-r-J. C. Dunbar, J* 0. Campbell...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 April 1901

HIS ?TNAFW??L. Ino Surr?nd?rof th? State Home by tho Radicals to ?um?CuA i xi. How Chst? be ri?lh and .his 8t a' e Offley Vi? we'di Mattara When Their Lutes* ,Hqpe Waa Actually Distroyed. A fow wools ?go Tho Columbia Stoto niado an oditorial oonrnont upon a ro oont artlolo o( ExGovornor D. H. Chamberlain's in tho Atlantic Month ly, in which tho former Republican ohiof oxodutivo of South' Carolina do uounood tho reoonstiuetion measures that wero inaugurated by Ins party in this Stato just af tor tho war. This ar , tiolo of Gov. Ohamborlain has aroused no littlo interests in this Stato on ac ?ount of tho faot that tho writer was ono of tho prominont figures in tho ro oonstruotion ora and although claiming to bo a oonservativo llepulioan ho wan novortholoss a participant in tho work whioh tho Hopublican party did during tho 10 years following tho oloso of tho war. In connection with that artiolo it will bo intorcsting to road Qov, Ohs m berlain's farowoll proclamation to tbo Republic a...

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. — 3 May 1901
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. — 3 May 1901

$ A. RU?IVN - - - Editor. Friday May 3, 1901, (Subscription Priest Ono your,.$ 1.00 ?ix months. .00 Throe months. .25 "* mmMimmmmmmf?mmmmmiMmiLjmmtmmmmM PEN A ND SCISSOR GRAPHS Kxmuyor Salo of Charleston died on Saturday. The Sumter Herald hits heavy when it says: ?' Tho histories \vhi?h, tti* State Board of Education have adopted in responso to th? cry for *'a history of the war from our standpoint, " are so poor that il is a straining of courtesy to dignify-them by tho title of his tory. And yet this stuff is to be crammed, into our Children. Hit'em ?gain Johnie. Sus Jacobs was hanged at Darlington Friday for the mur der of Mr. Byrd -last year near Dovesville. lWJ , Troops ?re coming homo from tho Philippines fast now. The new levies will take their places. Charleston's new battery hotel is now assured. Maj. Andrew Si 1 monds telegraphs from New York that a reliable contraer or has been engaged and that the hote) will be ready for the exposition. Oourt Of General Session April Ter...

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

fNETTSYILLE, S. 0. L A. KKOWN ACO.' " . . . v l)e West of Court lion HO, .vi;o*.'- v''-'. 1 ??idav. May 3, 1901. ?N DISTRICT APPOIN TMENTS. o ROUND-W. 0. POWER, P. B beulah, Beulah, May 25,36] ft o uno UB vi lin MUN, iJoanottsvllle, " 26,21 ! Iiv Uto ot, Plnu ?rovo, June 1,2 .lile, Bethel (afternoon) '.* 2,3 ^arlboro, Now Hope, " 8,9 willa Sta, (night) Jone 14,16 a ot, ?* 16,17 ir*Totun Oorvernment. JR-C. S McCall RMEN-J. Frank Breeden, O. E. John T. Douglas, W. 8. llowe. ik Sc TREASURER-Milton Mc OITice open dally, 'CE-G, B. Barrett. w, "~ -j- ? Marlboro/County Officers. SHERIFF-J. ?B. Oreen OLK mc OF CLERK-J. A. Drake Ju i) GK OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin CORONA ' f?. F, Covington ^ypp-.^fB^ri^M. K. Coward SujPT. ED UOATT z .*-W. . L, .St ant on TREASURER-J. H. Thomas AUDITOR-E. 8. Carlislo SENATOR-Knox Livingston REPRESENTATIVES-J. C. Dunbar, J. 0. Campbell, il. L Freeman. Directory of Jiennettsville Lodges | CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, K. ol , .P., moots every Monday ovening at 7.30 o'...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 3 May 1901
Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 May 1901

YOI ; XXVI 'Do Thou Liberty Great. Insiere Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy ou Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defefcoe." BENNETTSVli-L?, S/C./ERIDAY. MAY 10, 1901, A GOOD PAPER tfead Bofora th? F?deration of Woman's Clubs RECENTLY !N GREENVILLE. "Tho Consumer?' Longue" and What lt Is Doing to Help Women and Children. - ^ Wage Earners Wo publish bolow o paper road bo foro tho Stato mooting of tho Fodora tion of WomaVs Clubs reoontly hold in Greenville by Mrs. Calvert, a talontod Spartarrburg woman: Ton yoar? ago, tho Womon'a Work ing Sooioty of Now York inauguratod a movomonb in tho interest of tho women and ohildron ?mployod^io tho rotn.il fltoroB pf that city.- Thoir investigation provod that tho working boura wore cx oessivo, that overtime was not paid for, finoB wer? exorbitant, wagoo woro low, ohildron under fourteon woro omploycd contrary to law, and all sanitary and physical conditions woro unnoticed, fcluoh surprising conditions wero found to exist,- that a publ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 May 1901

?. 4* BROWN. - - - Editor Friday May 10, 1901, Subscription i'rlcot Ono year.....fi 1.00 ?Six months..,.001 Three months. .25' COURT OF GENERAL SESSION April Term, Our report last wook ended with the trial ol' Ohosley Johnson, col ored, for tho killing of one Sherman Evaus, colored, last winter on Mr. O S. McCall's place wost of town. Ohosloy's plea of solf-dofonco waa fully sustained throughout, and on Friday morning Solioitor John son threw up tho spongo, and the jury woro ins motet! to give him a vejdiot of "not guilty." The couviots not sonto ticed were thon brought in and received son .tcco as follows : Abo Mack, colored, for attempt ing a criminal assault, 3 years on county chain gang. Kern Covington, colored, man slaughter, tho.killiug of ono Troy McNeil, colorod, last Christinas, 5 years in the penitentiary. ?Hugh Ivoy, vio. dis. law, $50 or 4 months. A sealed -sentence was handed tho Clerk in tho case of Mr. W, H. Hubbard for vio. dis. law. The sentenco of tho November torm...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 10 May 1901

BBNNBTTS7ILL?, S. 0. MY 8. A. imOWN A CO? Friday. May 10, 1901, MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS. SECOND UOUHO-W. 0. POWE?, P. B. Olio ?nd Beulah, Boulnh, May 25,361 M0O0II & BenuetU villa Mill*, Beanettavllle, 41 36,37 BonnoUuvlllo ot, Pino Urovo, Juno 1,2 BrighUvllte, Bethel (aftorooon) 3,3 North Marlboro, New Hopo, << 8,9 BeanetUvlllo Stu, (night) June 14,?6 Blenhulin o?, " ?6,17 Our Town Q&rvemment. MAYOR-C, S. McCall ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, U. E. fJExum, John T. Douglas, \V. S. Rowe. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc laurin. Office open dally. POLICE-G, B. Barrett. Marlboro County Officers. SHERIFF-J. B. Groen CLERK OF OLEUK-J. A, Drake . JUDOS OF PROBATE~M. MoLaurm CORONER-?. F, Covington SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward Sorr. KDUOATION-W. hi Stanton TREASURER-J. H. Thomas AUDITOR-TE; S. Carlisle HUN ATO u-:K nox Livingston REPRESENTATIVES-J, 0. Dunbar, J. O, Campbell, K. ii. Freeman. Directory of ttennctisvUte Lodges] Oo.wouo.vmo IiODOE No. 15, K. of j p " ?.i>vt* every ...

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. — 10 May 1901

He'd, boen proaohhig ?nd exhorting . i For a ?odre or" years or BO, In a portion of tho vlnoyord Whore tho temporal onuuoomont For bin oeaioless dlllgonoo Was a promlBo of four hucdrod For his J early VCOOIUDOBBO. Unrolontieb, tons tho nrdor, Ho dovoWd?to ?h?'eau??; ' And though slowly eamo tko do Uara Billi ho labored, without pauao; Till ?no dftylhoy e?*hO and told htm,; AB ho klokod against tho prloks, That thby'r.iccd???l ihoir Otf?r?d stipend From fourvjiundrcd \tp to bix. Then tho good man sank oxkauilod, ' As he foebly ruado voply: "Don't, I proy you, mon and brella en, Thu? my patlonoo o vor try; For to glean tho four you'vo promUod Hath 80 vrarpod my vital store That 'twould kill mo if you taxed mo To collect; two hundred moro.". -Booton Courlor. TALMAGE'S SERMON. Tho Sluggard Advised to Study The, Ways of the Ant. In this'diBOOurBO Dr. Talmago draws his illustrations from a realm soldom utilized for moral and rolipious pur posos; text, Provorbs, vi, (> 8, "Go to tho ant...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 May 1901

?.??in. rl'r {i' jj VOL. XXVI ' ' .fr"? M j/ .."' --'-1-1-? ctl)o Thou Liberty Groat, luapire Out Souls and Make Qu? Lives in Thy. Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence. BENNEITSVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY. MAY 17, 1901. ??:?-?-' ?-? ;? -'V.v-~-." ' ? AW AIM MELGOME Ex ondad tho Old Veterans to Columbia by Her LEADING NEWSPAPER. An Ardelo that Brings tb Mind tho Noble Sacrifice Made by Carolinas Sens end Daughters. Tho following was tho leadiug edi torial ia Tho Stato on last Wednesday, whioh was tho first day of tho ^Con federate rounion in Columbia: It is almost a wasto of words to wol oomo Qooftdorato soldiers to Co f lumbla. Thcro OMI bo no shadow of doubt t.h?t 'every man who woro tho gray is wcloomo te that oity to whioh tho wearing of tho. gray has always moant $6 muoH. ! This is tho oity in whioh tho War Be tweon tho States may bo justly said to havo originated. It was horo that half a oontury atm tho representativo mon of South Carolina used, as now, to moot...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 May 1901

4. mtOWN - ~ - Editor. / v Friday May 17, 1901, ? B-JJ-LLU_LL..'. ..J i.i j. M,,.-. , Subscription Prloot 'Ono yoav..1.0o| H\K months, ;.. ,50 'fhte? months............ .25 tm M A ULIIOltO GIUVK 1) SCHOOL. Commonoomont Exeroisos. May 18-21, 1801. - 1? KOO R AM ME - ^Annual Sermon--Sunday May io. In thc . Baptist Church, at u a. m., by Rev. I:/{'?),. Walter Daniel. ?. D" ol Charleston Musical Recital-Monday^ May 20, in thc School Chapel, at 8.30 p. m. Graduating Exercises-Tuesday, May 21 in thc School Chapel, at 10,30 a. m. Annual Address-Tuesday. May 21, in the School Chapel at 8.30 p m., by Mr. W. Jil* Hand, Superintendent ol Publlcj3chools, Chester, S. C. OrVluating di ass-M.ary Bristow, Sallie Carlislo, Clara Covington. Jennie Cros lat?d, Calhc Decs, dennie Mcllac, Lucy Mattie Newton, May Weatherley. John Kvcrctt, Walter Smith. M AUSHAtS.-Lucile Draughon. Daisy Freeman. Lucy Green, Mattie Moore, f! ' Rosa Waddill, Annie Wright. Kugcnc Breeden, Tom Bristow, Ward Coward," Willie Co...

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. — 17 May 1901

fl. 4. BllQWN - - - Editor. May May 17V1001, ' r?-v??T??*?<,' ? ?,.?, <.?? ; .j , . tiubnorlptlou Frloei Ono year..,.1.001 * Six months.CO ? fhreo months......... &. . 25 MAlVUimtOJiltiVMKD/SClIOOl.. Co2nmonoomont Exercises. May 18-2!, 1601. -. P R O G R AM M E . - VVnnual Sermon-Sunday May io. in the VH?ptist Church, at ii a. m., by Rev. ,: J. Walter Daniel. D.D., ol Charlaston Musical Recital-Monday^ May 20, in : thc 8chool Chapel, at 8.30 p. m. Graduating Exercises-Tuesday, May 21 > in thc ?chpol Chapel, at 10.30 a. m. Annual Address-Tuesday. May 21, in thc School (Jhapcl at 8.30 p m., by .Mr. IV. H. Hand, Superintendent ol PublicjBchools, Chester, S. C. ?raduating C*lass- Mary Bristow, Sallie Carlisle, Clara Covington. Jennie Cros .? land, Callie Dees, .lennie Mcltae, Lucy Mattie Newton, May Weatherley. John Everett, Walter Smith. M?USHAI.S.--Luelle Draughon. Daisy Freeman. Lucy Green. Mattie Moore, Uosii Waddill, Annie Wright. Eugene Breeden, Tom Bristow, Ward Cowa...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 May 1901

BEMEraSYILLR S. 0. *>Y S. A. ll?tOWIV & CO. O/ftce West of Court House? Fiidav. Mav 17, 1901. MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS, 8KCO.NI> ROUND- W,0. POWKH, V. E. OHO and Baulah, Beulah, Moy 25,26 Mo'Jol! & Boauettevillo MUN, BonDottaville, M 26,27 Bonuottavlllo ot, Piuo Chovo, June 1,2 BrlgbUvllle, Bethel (aftornooo) *' 2,3 Notch Marlboro, Now Hope, " 8,9 BonnettovlUo Sta, (uight) Juuo 14,16 Bleu hoi io ot, " 16,17 Our Town Government. MAYOR-C. S. McCall ALDERMEN-j, Frank Breeden, C, E. Exum, John T. Douglas, W. 8. Howe. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc laurin. Office open daily. POLICE-G. B. . Barrett, Marlboro County O?oers. SHERIFF-J. B. Oreon CLEBK OP CLERK-J. A. Drake JUDGE OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurm CORON EU-(J. P. Covington SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton U'ttEABUKKR-J. ll. Thomas AUDITOR-E. S. Carlislo SENATOR-Knox Livingston REPRESEN TATIVES-J. 0. Dunbar, J. 0. Campbell, H. L. Freeman. Directory of Bennettsville Lodges CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO; 15, K....

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 17 May 1901

Veterans Marah In a Body to tho Old Hero's Home. MEMORABLE OCCURRENCE Oen. Hampton Much Affected by the Great Tribute Paid Him. s Bids His Mon Farewell . While Defend lng Cause. Wado Hampton, who has boon do Boribod by G om Gordon a's tho greatest man tho Stato Of South Carolina over produood, y .was ' honored Thursday a? but fow mon aro ovor honored on this oar th, It is raro that it fal 1B to tho lot of man tb havo suoh tributo paid to bim by hundiods of mon,oaoh of whom is himsolf a horo. Gon. Hampton waB luuoh affcotod by tho romarkablo d?monstration of affection and regard mado by tho grizzled suivivors of many a bloody battlefield mi dashing oh.argo; so muoh so 'that towards tho ond of tho ?ddross to his mon his voico was faltering, and ho spoko with diffi oulty. His hoart was full to ovoiihw iug. It was a sight that thoso who witnoBSSod eau never forgot. It oar-, riod to all tho lowson. that honor, chivalry and integrity havo a roward that no othor qualifications oan pro curo...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 May 1901

mm .s "Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy. Vossossion Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence." fm, xxvi BENNKTTSV1LLE, S. C., FRIDAY. MAY 24, 1901, A ?AT SOLDIER. ' "?tomwah" Jackson as Viewed i)v tt Northerner. A CHRISTIAN SOLDIER. The Farpa of this Renowned Man Has Spread ail Over the Civil z d World. Hvorywhoro throughout this 11 t'en, and wo might add thioughe ut tho world, tho fame of tl in rene v ned sol dier batfbeCn sounded abrnd. This however, WAS not ais real MIK. That vt as Themas Jonathan Jaokson, who was born in Olarksburg, Va., January 31, 1824. Ho was only tinco years old when hid fat h or died and bis mother was loft a widow, with tbrco holplotB children in a. i mall room whoro sho abode and taught a small sohool. Muoh of ber. timo wits spent with hor father in Wood Co?nly, whoro ' her brother abo aooomp?nicd her. In .1830 she was married (? Captain Bioko Wood ron, a lawyer of good cduoation, of so oial, popular mattiers, mu...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 24 May 1901

8* A. miOWN - - - Editor. Friday May 24, 1901, Subscription Price t Ono year .....$1.00 Six months.50 'fMirco months. .25 IMULBORO GRADED SCHOOL. Gommenooment of 1901. Tho usual throe days exercises was observed1 this year, and from tho' closo of school studies Friday to the conclusion Tuesday night all 'pupils and parents interested took a deep interest. To so mo it,only marked a change of grade, while to tho ll of tho 9th glade-9 young ladies and 2 bright youths-it now marked n v period of separation, to1 lio moro minglo again on tho play-1 grounds of school days, and while it | may have a touch of sadness it still marked an op o oh in their history which they now have tho power of I making brighter as tho days go by. Tho following is the 0114DU.VTJM? OXiAgS I901. Maty Briubow, . Sutiiu Carlisle, Olnra Coviuglon, Jo un io Crosland, Callie Docs, Jcuuio Mollao, Luoy Mooro, Mattie Nowton, May Wonthorly, s John Everett, Walter Smith. On Friday night Miss Stallings thc popular teacher ...

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