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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 May 1887

BY S. A. BROWN & Co. RENNETTSVILLE, SO. CA. Wednesday, May ! I, 1887. EDITORIAL NOTES. The Town Council of Walhalla has mude a cou tract w?th responsible parties tu have the Rino Ridge llailroad extend ed into tho ventre of that town by (lie first of July. Tho Beaufort Palmeteo Post of Satur day pays: "YV. J. Whipper, Probate Judge of this County, was arroated this week and brought befhro Trial Justice T. (1. While of Renutort, on a charge of official misconduct, corruption in office, preferred bv ?uo Thomas C. Scott, of his own color, who claims that Whipper has, officially and individually, defrauded him. Robert Smalls, S. J. llampficld, aud a number of other prominent colored citi zens are material witnesses. Whipper was bound over in tho sum $1,000 to apo pear. Tho Columbia Register of the Aili inst. slate? that "Tho Eleventh Anniversary Session of tho Colored Baptist Educa tional. Missionary and Sunday-School Convention for this Stato, opened yost cr % day at Calvary Church...

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. — 11 May 1887

l?ladboro J?mocrat PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE HENNETT8VILLK SO. (JA. Wednesday, May ll, i?87. ARRIVAL OF AHD DEPARTURE OF MAILS FROM BEHHEITSVIUE POST OFFICE. ?Irrtvrs - Southern iijail vin. Society Hill, arrives daily, tit 3 20 p li), Leaves - Daily, al S IO o'clock, a ni. Arrive?- Northernmail via. (J reensboro, N. C., uri ive? duily ut 7 -IO pm. Leaves- Duily, ut 8 45 o'clock, a m. Arrives-Blotilicim and Olio mail arrivci> Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urduy at Kl o'clock, a m. Leaven-- Monday, Wednesday and Fri duy, at 7 30 o'clock, a Ul, Arrives-Lauri u burg mail arrives Mons day and Finlay,at 5 o'clock p.m. Leaves- Saturday and Tuesday, at 8, a uv Botmctlsvillo post^oflico opens ut 8 o'clock, a m., and closes at 5 u m. All imbin opened and distributed upon uvrival. SHOf Monoy Ordtr business close? on Sat urdays, ut 12 O'OIOCK, rn, T. L. CROSLAND, 1?. M. MARLBORO GRADED SCHOOL. PRINCIPAL-Ed. E. Britton. TRUBTKKH-r. E. Dudley, C. RI. Weath erly, D. 1). MeColl, J. F. Everett...

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. — 11 May 1887

A January Picture. TLc gay ?oft windi*, which with tho harvest moon, Uko somo old lover in tho days of yoro Who ?trolled upon tho ocean's ?boro Worsliippiuff tho starry night's doon gloom. Humming somo Quaint old lovo refrain, Whllo mouth tho shadow of somo soa green rock, Walting till thosoa-foam and tho waves ahoutd mock Ilia soul's lovo words, makins them hy ? again, Aro past ; tho morry winds liavo lost Their zophyr sway ; tho moon now noars, Unlike its summor glint, tho winter airs, Tho lover gone, tho warrior wo accost, As rushing through tho gray dawn's gleam, J ii? bm ni.sheil helmet waving its snow wbito plumes Alcft unchained. A welcome fierceness, ho consumes Tho fleetest storms, and by their nid tho st ream Which laughed in May, is frozen fast, Mountain ami hill and tall and slaloly pine, Which, clot heil in radiant green divine, Dolled tho kine;, succumbed at last, Ami mantled now beneath bis livery of white, Dieam of thc year iigoiio and thoso to be, Arid dreaming, nou...

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. — 11 May 1887

Dil. T ALM AGE'S SERMON. Cheer for tho DisliLMU'tenctt. 14 No mun cnvod for my sou)."-1'SAI.M 1??1: 4. DAVID, tho rubicund lad, had be come tho battlc-woru warrior. Thrco thousand armed mea in pursuit of him, he lind hidden in the cave of Engedi, near tho coast of tho Dead Sea. Ut terly fagged out with the pursuit, as you havo often been worn out with tho trials of life, lie sat down and cried out, "No man cai od for my soul." If you should fall through a hatch way, or slip from a scallolding, or drop through a skylight, thcro would bo hun dreds of pcoplo.who would como around and pick up your body and carry it to the homo or to tho hospital I saw a great crowd of people in tho street, and I asked, "What is tito matter?" and 1 found out that a poor laboring man had fallen under sunstroke and all our oyes were tilled with tears at tho thought of his distracted wifo and his desolated homo. "Wo aro all sympathetic with physical disaster, but how LITT LI? SYMPATHY KOK SIMlUTUAh WOHS 1 T...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 May 1887

BY S. A. BROWN & Co. Educational Department. ED WA Ul) ?. MUTTON - - AVtW. For Rooiting. Among tho many pleasant younds that fall upon ono's car, tho sound of tho Sabbath bell rings out sweet and clear. When this selection is recited many a white crowned head will droop and into many an aged heart tho happiness of thought of Sabbath days of long ago will creop. THE OLD CKLKCII ?KU?. Ring on, ring on, sweet Sabbath bell! Thy mellow tono ? love to hear, 1 was a boy when first thoy fell In melody upon my car; In those dear days long past and gone. When sporting hero in boyish glee, The magic of thy Sabbath tone. Awoke emotions deep in inc. Long years have gone, and I have strayed Out o'er the world, far, i'ar away, But thy dear tones hn/c round me played On every lovely Sabbath day. When strolling o'er the mighty plains Spread widely in tho unpeopled West, Each Sabbath morn I've heard thy strains Toiling the welcome day of rest. Upon thc Rocky mountain's crest, Where Christian feet...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 May 1887

SP?arlbflro Jcmo?rat PRICE, {&L50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE BENNKTTSV?LLR 80. CA. Wednesday, May ll, 1?B7. Offioe in Everett's Brick Building -UP 8TAIHB. '. iii.i. -j - - j.-'.' j'..'.. .i O&T Mr. UOSWEI.II T. Lc o AN in tho mithin izod ngont of tho Die MOI: H AT in tho oity of Charleston. ^TQWN ANU COUNTY NEWS-^ liOOAL OBSERVATIONS. - Heavy rains. - Gardens improving. - -- Corn and oats jumping. - Shad season out this week. - They cat good yet. though. .- 8<'0 notice of Base-ball match elao wherc. - The Masonic Hail is being put in first-class order. - The caterpillars are becoming very destructive in thc Donoho section. - Thc auction sale ol Mr. Strauss' has been postponed-for good reason. - Parties having money lo invest should try a. lew shares in the Cotton Factory. - Do.i't fail to nco tho "Alerta'' cross batH with tho "Palmottoes," at tho Old ' Factory, on Saturday. - Prof. Johnson's school at Pine Grove, closes the iirst week in June. The programme promises an interesti...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 May 1887

FARM NOT KS. Tur. bus! w?iy to food mangolds, says Professor Stewart, is to run them ! tb rough a pulper and then mix this pulp with .tho rations ot' ?rain or ground toed and cut hay. This boot pulp wiri not only give a relish to tho feed, but it contatos pectic acid, which is a diger.tor ot other foods. Four ?marts of this pulp given twlco per day is sufaciont to accomplish tho great benefit for which roots should bo ted io cleanse tho stomach, prevent con stipation and act as a digester for other food. Tho mixing lu with other food is the true way lo feed roots. When fed alone and iii a huge quantity roots aro a poor toed, hutas a small part of the rations they have an important oilice. If thc plants should froe/.o, as soon as you discovei it put them in a dark room, or the collar, where tho tempera ture is but little above free/dug and sprinkle thoroughly with cold water, in most cases, such plants as geran iums, ubutilons and tho moro hardy hinds can ho saved in this way, and an...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 June 1887

" 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. Th t? Coquette. She,'.H ?i (Urt, amt ?ho knows 1% tCxp?rt, ami abo shows lt I? each wont and act, ti ho laugh? and abo chatter?, libo chalis aud abo llatto-s, Mankind to distract. Uer ?by llttlo glance? I try, aa rho dance?, To follow-In vain '. I'iaoii ma? ?bo entrances W bo can bot ad van?os Enchanting disdain? 1 siuli ; ?ho i? tondor ; I Hy lo defend lier From trouble or bann, ribo Bullies, and I woo ber, Uer wiles bring mo to bor, BubdUOd hy her charm. Sile's :v wite.h, and she knows it, She's rich-who'd supp 080 lt, So siniplo bor art'/ I love ber-confound hort - And liover around her Hut has ?bo a heart? FRANZ. Tko Edelweiss is a palo little Alpine snow-llower with velvet petals, and grows iii tho most Inaccessible spots on tho mountains. Franz Steinfeld! was ono of the most agilo of the mountaineers of Zormatt and its v...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 June 1887

Yadboro J?cniocrat g". 11.i.-ii..i ... II i i M i j ii i BY S. A. BROWN & Co. BENNETTS VILLE, SO. OA. \V?(lnesday, Juno 1, 1887. vi p www yu? w ^yrvvvyyvf v y v ?yr'n Gibson Station Splinters. Hy our llcsiriunt CurruBpoiulciit. Good raina and growing crops-tho fanners arc busy. Our people are about through "setting" potato Plants. Gardens were never finer at this sea son of tho year. The drummer puts in his daily vis it, and the "book agents'" ate abroad in tho lund, Mr. William Chance, an old gen tleman living with Archie P. Gibson, died Wednesday 25th inst. The store house and stock ot mer chandise of Messrs. Carter &? Mc neill, at Old Hundred, N. C., wos burned tho night of 25th-fully in sured-origion of lire unknown. Mr. "De Witto" tho able und clever correspondent of your contem porary passen through town Th?rs? day, on his way to the Ellerbo Springs, in tho upper part of this county, to ho present nt a picnic und concert to be given nt that place to day and night. A be...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 June 1887

parlboi'o Jemocrat' UENNETT8VILLK SO. CA. W ?Mtnesdft.v, June 1, 1??7. PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE BY s. A. BROWN & Co. AK.tlVAL OF ANO DEPARTURE OF MAILS rHOM uENNEllSV?UE POST OFFICE. Ari ive? -Southern niuil via. Society Hill, un i vos daily, at 3 00 p m. Leave* - Daily, at 8 15 o'clock, a ui. Arrive*-*. Northern until viu. Greensboro, N. 0., arrives daily at 0 45 p ia. Leavtt-r- Haily, ut 10 10 o'clock, a m. Arrive?-Blenheim und Clio mail arrive* Tuesday, Thumlity und Sat urday ut 10 o'clock, a ui, Itt? ve?- Monday, Wodnosday und Fri? day, ut 7 30o'clock, a m. Arrive*-Luuiinbnrg mail arrives Mom? day uud F?idav.ut 5 o'oloek p.m. Leave?- Suiurduy and Tuesday, at 0, u tu Beunettsvillo post-offico opons ut 8 o'clock, u m., and oloses at 5 p tn. All mails opened uud distributed upon mri val. jt??T~ Monoy Order business closes ou Sat urJavs, ut VI o'olouK, in. T. Li CROSLAND, i>. A, MARLBORO GRADED SCHOOL. PRINCIPAL-Ed, K. Britton. TRUSTERA-r. E. Dudley, C. M. Weath erly,...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 June 1887

Tlie Homestead. Ol?, wandorors from ancestral soil, I.cavo noisomo mill and chnQbrlng storo, Gird up your loins for ulurdior toll And build tho home- onoo moro 1 Como hack to bayborry scented slopes And fragrant lorn amt groundnut vino; Ureatho airs blow ovor hill and copso, Swoot with black birch and pine. What inattor if tho gains aro small That lifo'? essential wants supply ? Your homestead's tltlo gives you all That idle wealth eau buy. All that tho many dollaroil oravo, Tho brick walled slavo of chango and mart, Lawns, trees, troah air ami flowora you h av? Moro dear for lack of art, Your own 00I0 maators, iroedom-willod, With nono to hld you go or stay ; Fill tho old Holds your fathers tilled, Aa manly mon ua thoy I With akill that aparoa you tolling bauds, Anti ohomle aid thataolouco bringo, lteclaiui tho wasto and outworn latida, And roign thoroon aa klugs. THE ANALYST. I write these pages as a warning. I don't suppose anyone will profit by it. From tho timo ol' Cassandra do...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 June 1887

DR.. TALMAGK/S SI?IU10N. llclitml thc Coautor. "A certain womnti named Lydia, a Belier of pulido," oto.- ACM 10 :14. "Seest thou a nuia diligent in his busi ness? hu shall stund before kings."-Piiovr.uus ti : ::o. Titi: ihat passa go introduces lo you Lydia, ti Christian merchantess. H?r! business is to deal in purple cloths orl silks. Sho ia not a giggling nonentity, but ti practical woman not ashamed to work lor ber living. All the other women oC Philippi and Thyatira bavo been forgotten, but God has made im mortal ill our text Lydia, tho Christian saleswoman. Tho other text shows you a man with bead, and band, and heart, and foot all busy toiling on up until bo gains a prb.eely succoss. "Soest thou a man diligent in his business? ho shall stand before kings." lu these two passages there is great KNCOUHAG KM KNT IOU MUX AND WOMEN who will be busy, but no solaco for th oso who aro waiting for good luck to show them, at the foot of tho rainbow, a casket of buried gold. It ls folly f...

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 June 1887

wm mrwii?*i)iiitiiyiiiiiiiTTiiirii>r"ffnii"ni\?.??? - Educational Department. BDWAUD E. f??ITTON - - Editor. For Ilooiling. In every language there is a tenn that is endeared to many hearts. In our tongue wo call it Fattier land. When wc unito our language and our land the union is strong indeed, as will be seen from this selection by ?Samuel Lovor, entitled: FATHER LANI) AND MOTHER TONGUE. Our Fnihor lund! And would'st thou know Why wo should <;?// it Futhor Innd? Is it thnt Adam horo below, "Wns III ntl o of earth, by Nnluro'8 Ininti, And ho, our Father, in ado of onrlh, Until peopled onrlh on every hnnd; And wo, in memory of his birth, Do call our country "Fnihor land." At first, in E?UM'B bewers, they fay, No fourni ofspcooh had Adam caught, liut whistled Uko n hird, nil day; And uiRybo "twa? for want of thought: Rut Nnturo, with resiatloas laws, Mudo Allum poon surpass tho bird?; Sho gnvo him lovely Evo-bcomise, If ho'd n wife-they must have (conto. And BO, tho Native lan...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 June 1887

?nM?a?t>,^)u ptmtmmm mm p nv Hmo Jlcmocvat I'.ENNETTKVlLLK SO. (JA. W (M?no8(ln.Y, .June 1, I JUiV. ?TOWN m COUNTY NEWSES LOCAli ?UBEHVATIOKB, . . Plenty of rain. . . Next Monday in snlesduy . . Tit? Sherill' mid Clerk have property to Hi ll nndur orders of Court. . . Auditor heavy Htorm of wind und ruin hitit night ; u giuhousu wu? blown do.vu on Ann Ed o nts" place in Hebron. . . The Hook ?nd Luddei compi."}' moots in xt Tuesday evening nt S. 30. ...A delightful family picnic ?.ame off ut dud.w ny Ferry on Saturday. Col. ll. A Hogers und family went down. ... Tho report Unit u mau wa* lynohed i.cm Un)kill chinch on thu 22d turns out tulse, we mu mu to record. ... ? new Bchtdule in the running timi: of tho t leight trains went into off out on Monday. ..Gnats lind mosquitoes are on their rounds. ..Our correspondents thia wook, all give newsy letters. . .Ono of Dr. Tulmngo's admirable ser mons appear in this issue. , , A inlier from Clio reached ue thia morning, by hand-too late f...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 June 1887

FARM NOT ICS. . AN ENGLISH paper, lu commenting upon the subject, remarks that the ? Cheshire dairy farmer, by freo uso of bono manure laid on tho grass lands, makes Dis farm which at one time, before tho application of bone manure, fed only twenty hoad of cowa, now feed forty. In Cheshire two-thirds or moro generally three-four tbs, of a dairy farm are kept in perfect pasture, tho re mainder in tillage. Its dairy farmers are commonly bound to lay the whole of their manure not on tho arabio, but ou the grass land, purchasing what may be necessary for tho arable. Tho chlor improvement besides drainage consists in tho application of bono manure, in the milk of each cow, in its urine, In its manure, in tho bones of each calf reared and sold off, a farm parts with as m nell earthy phosphate of limo as is ?contained in half a hundred wolght of bone dust. Hence tho advantage of returning this mineral manure by bon ing grass lands. Tho quantity of bones now commonly given in Choshiro to an...

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. — 20 July 1887

Do thou Groat Liborty Inspire our Souls aud make our lives in thy possession happy, or our Deaths Glorious in thy Just Defenoe." YOI,. XII. BENNETTS VILLE. S. G.. JULY 20, 1887. NO. 32. .John Kents. Deep in tho whisp'rlug pi no whoso proillo bara Tho moon's whlto faco; hushed in tho pox? fumod bowers, Where, languid with tho breath of Blooping Howers, Tho sutntnor night Hos panoplied in stars ; High ou tho mountain crags, 'mid brakes and scars, A spirit sought to lind in poosy'a powers Boiuo benuty to bedeck Tlino'a conquering hours, l,lko roses on tho Haming front of Mars. Yet still, tho' lovingly, ho sought in vain, Till uaturo'? blossom boro tho bloom of nil, Till ecstasy of joy had wedded pain In bonds which novcr hand of niau shall part ; Then found within tho chambers of thy brain The sacred tiro to light Emly m lou's heart. THE MOUND GIRL. "I'll havo lo do everything alone!" Littlo Janel Hue stood with anns akimbo, and looked about Hie great Milson kitchen. Sho was nearly twe...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 July 1887

BY S. A. BROWN & Co. BBNNETTSVILLB SO. CA. Wednesday, July 20, 1887. Thc Hot Wave. f?omo of tho oldest oiMzous say tho weather tho past week, has boon tho hot test ever foll hore. Tho thermometer utood from 100 to 109 for thrco days. Several caeca of oxkaustion froia heat oe? ourred ou Saturday aud Sunday. ELSEWHERE, Thirty caBCB of sunstroke occurred in Philadelphia on Sunday. Six in Bnltimoro, oight in Chicago aud sixty-two from tho effects of tho heat, whilo tho mortality muong tho ohiidrou of families occupying tenement houses was fearful. Choked on His Coffin. (lu ADALA J AKA, Mexico, July 12, -Yesterday tho body of Juan Aminto, a telegraph operator, lay in its cofliu in church ready for burial. A companion near it heard regular taps inside, which clearly chekod ont, "I am alive." Surprised, ho gave thc alarm and tho telegrapher, weak but still alive, was rescued and restored. Powdcrly on Immigration. Mr. Powdcrly may go wrong in 8omo cases, but us a rulo ho is right. Ho se...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 July 1887

^S?arlbora ? em O? vat BY S. A. BROWN & Co. BENNETTSVILLE, SO. CA. Wednesday, July 20, 1?87. ARRIVAL OF AND DEPAR1URE ?F MAILS FROM BENNETTSVII.LE POST OFFICE. ?lr rives-Southern until via. Society Hill, arrives daily, at 3 00 p in. Leaves-Daily, at S 15 o'clock, a m. Arrives-Northern wail via. Greensboro, N. G., arrives daily at G 46 p lil. Leaves- Daily, nt IO IO o'clock, a m. Arrives--Blenheim and Clio mail arrives Tuesday, Thursday and Sat nrday at IO o'eloek, a in, Leaves- Mouday, Wodnesdny and Fri day, ul 7 30 o'clock, a m. Arrives-Lauri nburc mail arrives Mons day and Filday.nt 5 o'clock p.m. Leaves- Suturduy and Tuesday, atO, a ur Rcnnettsvillo post-office opens al 8 o'clock, a m., and close? al 6 ii m. All mails opened and distributed upon arrival. ??atf- Money Order business elopes on Sat urdays, ut 12 O'O?OOK,III. T, ii. CROSLAND, P. M, .- - ? <i+ . . ... MARLBORO GRADED SCHOOL. PRINCIPAL-Ed. E. Britton. THUSTHKS-1\ E. Dudley, C. M. Weath erly, D. D. MoColl, J. P. ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 July 1887

BW)mirMnM?a?riwjtti?Mrry??i saws' ? yjvitn/^wW'AWnMww " pait?le gemoeva? BY S. A. BROWN & Co. BENNETTSVILLE, SO. (JA. NV?dnesday, July 20, J ?87. ARRIVAL OF AHO DEPARTURE OF MAILS FROM BENHETTSVILLE POST OFFICE. Arrives-Southern umil via. Society Hill, arrives daily, at il DU p m. Leaves-Daily, at S 15 o'clock, a hi. Arrives-Northern mail vi?. Greensboro, N. 0., arrives daily at G 45 p hi. Leaves- Daily, ut 10 10 o'clock, a ni. Arriv??-B.leoli?iui and Olio mail arrives Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday at IO o'clock, a rn, Leave*- Monday, Wednesday and Fri day, at 7 30 o'clock, a tu. Arrives-Laurinburg inuit arrives Mons day ami Fiidny.nt 5 o'clock p.m. Leaves- Saturday and tuesday, uio, a UT Bonucttsvillo post-office opens nt 8 o'eiook, a in., and closes at 5 pm. Al) mails opened and distributed upon arrival. f/M- Money Order business oloees on Sat urdays, ut 12 O'OIOOK, u?. T. L. CuO.SliANI), 1?. M. - - ? . <i> ? ? MARLBORO GRADED SCHOOL. PRINCIPAL-Ed. E. britton. TUUSTKKS...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 July 1887

Iii Ini-ltloom. ?iftjo wild n/.alons sweden all tbo woods, Tho locust swings its garlands of por fume, ?at sweotest ol' all sweets to-d?y tuero broods A snowy-tho elopes of green and gobion gloom Tho scent of briar-bloom, ewcotcst of Bweets and fairest of all Howers Among wealth of dolioato blossoming, Tho blackborry-bramblo croups and hides, or towors About tho buddlug shrubs, with clasp and cling Boworiug tho realm of spring. iloscs aro wanner with their passion red, Lilies aro qucoiillcr with their hearts of snow, AIngnolla cups a heavier inconso shed, But when 1 would bo tranced with sweet iKO Where tho sharp briers grow. Brave must tho hand be, which would bear away Their snowy length and dato tho threat ened doom, Yet when is pant my woodland hobday, 1 can but smilo at wounds and deck my room With wreaths of briar-bloom. Some studs I lovo aro trimmed with Howers Uko these, Kecluso and shrinking lrom thc broadest ay, Ami full of delicate fragrances Yet With keon prillu to hold ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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