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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 June 1901

pr il . ff t "Do Thou Liberty Groat. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in 'J'W Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Deronco." VOL. XXVI BENNETTS VILLE, 8.??PAY. JUNE 21, 1901, NO 25 COAL MINE HORROR A Series of Explodions CHUSOS A Torrib.? Disaster. MANY BRAVE LIVES LOST. Mine Was Considered Dangerous and Explosion Was Caused by tho Qreed of tho Wot ker?. A most disastrous oxplosion took plaoo in tho Port Royal mino noar West Nowton, Ponn., on last Wcdnos day. Thoro is no fire in tho mino, to judgo from appoarnnocs at tho pit mouth, but tho foroo of tho oxploaisn was so groat that nono of tho mon, so tho minors say, could havo survived tho shook. Tho complete list of tho dead inoludos: William MoOuno, Biiporiutondont, married, four ohildron. John Hock, mino bos?, marriod, throo ohildron. William Allison, auporinfendont, Wost Nowton, married, four ohildron. Danio.1 Alsop,' mind bots, and thir toon miners. .William MoCuno WBB Buperinleudout of tho Port Royal distrio...

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. — 21 June 1901

"Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thvff oasossion Happy, or Our Death? Glorious in Thy Just Defence." HB VOL. XXVI BENNETTS VILLE, S, C?^RIDAY. JUNE 21, 1901, NO 25 COAL MINElORROR A darius of Explodions Gunson A .Terribie Disaster. MANY BRAVE LIVES LOST. Mine Was Considered Dangerous and Explosion Was Causad by tho Greed of tho Woikers. A most disastrous oxplosion took j plaoo in tho Port Royal mino near Wost Nowton, Ponn., on last Wcdnos day. Thoro is no firo in tho mino, to judgo from appearances at tho pit mouth, but tho foroo of tho oxplosion was so groat that nono of tho mon, so tho minors say, oould havo survived tho shook. Tho oompleto list of tho dead inoludoa: William MoUuno, superintendent, married, four ohildron. John Hock, mino boss, marriod, throo ohildron. Will'aui Allison, superintendent, Wost Nowton, married, iour ohildron. Daniel Alsop, mino bots, and thir teen minors. .William MoUuno was superintendent of tho Port ltoval district comp...

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. — 21 June 1901

?. A9 BROWN - - - Editor. Friday Juno 23 ,1901, Wil ! SHH?? ?????W?"?^?W*~?i,?^,???^?!!W" Subscription l'rlce t Ono y oar.$1.00 Six months.50 .Threo months.25 PEN AND 8CI8S0RGIIAFNS Nowborry ie organizing a $200, 000 (Jottou Mill. Ohoraw is talking of a Furni ture faotory for tho tall trado. Tho aim of Educa'ion should bo to produce a well rouudod man. Tho floods in Virginia havo boon vory dostruotivo to all crops. Touneasoo claims a lino peach crop. Capt P. J. CoiFoo, a well known horso trader, died at his home iu Boone, Watauga county, N. G., n few days ago. Tho populists and Silver Repub. , licaus of Kansas havo started a third party. Groouvillo, S. C., had a big Aro Tuesday morning early. Tho fire started iu a bakory which soon dostroyed tho Beattie block, (in this block was Smith ?fe Bristow, clothiers) tho three buildings ad joining and tho smaller ones total loss about $125,000. Tho Georgia Commission ol'] .Agriculture says raine, wiuds and 'hail havo played havoc with tho cr...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 June 1901

BBNNBTTSYILLE, S, 0. ?IV 8. A. 1IHOWN ?st co. Ojflce o/ Coi??*? Home. Friday. Juno 21,1901, MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS. ' SECOND HOUND-W. 0. Powicn, p. u. Olio and Beulah, Beulah, May 25,26 M0O0II & BcnnatUvlllo Mill?, t BeuuottavUle, u 26,27 BennettBviUo ob, Piuu Grove, June 1,2 Brb;htBvillo, Bethol (afternoon) 2,3 North Marlboro, Now IIopo, " 8,9 BonuetUvillo Stn, (night) Juno 14,16 Blenheim ot, ** 16,17 Our 2htvn Qorvernmetti, MAYOR~C. S. McCall ALDERMEN-J. Prank Breeden, 0. E. Exum, John T. Douglas,. W. S. Rowe, CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin. Oilice open daily. POLICE-G. B. Barrett. Marlboro County Officers, SHERIFF-J. B. Greou (JLEIIK OF CLERK-JV A. Drako JUDGE OF PRORATE-M. MoLaurln CORONER-C. F. Covington SUPERVISOR-M. 10. Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton TREASURER-J. H. Thomas AUDITOR-E. S. Carlisle SKNATOR-Knox Livingston RKt*Hi:srATIys-V C. Dunbar, J. C. Chm p bell, ll. li Pi .. mun. Div?ch?i'u oj fimhtUsi'fill* Lodges CONSOLIDATED LODGE IW. 15, K. of P....

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 June 1901

ii BBNNEraSYILLB, S. 0. Q/?ic* IKes? o/ Com* House. Fiidav, Juno 21,1801. MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS. SECOND ROUND-W. 0. POWKH, P. B. Olio ?nd Beulah, Beulah, May 35,26 M0O0II ?fe Bennattavillo Mill?, Benuetteville, " 26,27 Bonnettovllle ot, Pino Grove, June 1,2 RrlghtsvlUo, Bethol (afternoon) " 2,3 North Marlboro, Now Hopo, ** 8,9 BonnetUvillo Uta, (night) Juno 14,16 Blenheim ot, '* 16,17 gg-SBL.. IIWIMaMMMJMflaMlMMBMMW-?>MHIII[ Our Totvn Qorvcmmcnt. MAYOR-C. S. McCall ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C. E. Exum, John T. Douglas, W. S. Rowe. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin. Office open daily. POLICE-G. B. Barrett. Marlboro County Officers, SHERIFF-J. B. Orcou CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. Drake i!, JUDGE OF PRORATE-M. MoLaurio CORONER-C. P. Covington j SUPERVISOR-M. IC. Coward SUPT. ?DUCATION-Wi L. Staulon TREASURER-J. II. Thomas AUDITOR-10. S. CarliBlo SKNATOR-Knox Livingston Raviu'WjrATivrs-J, C. Dunbar, J. (3. Campbell, H. L. LTo<minh. Directory oj Hean? ttsv ?tie Lodges ? CONSO...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 21 June 1901

Away From Yon. ? spent ft day away from you A pouuauoo hi a louoly pla?o; I Said i 4,I will forgot hor faoo, Tho raouth'B roflo-red, tho Oj OB* bold blue; I will forgot a Httlo apaoo " Ab mel Lo YO grants uo holiday I I sought my lonoaomo bold, nud thor o Your nappy lau gb tor filled tho air Your footsteps followod in tho way, Tho sunlight tangled lu your hair. You whisper thrilled my hoart (mew; I saw1 your oyes-I watched your emile Oh, mockery of milo and milo! I spout a day away from you And you wero with mo all Ibo whllo. -Thoodosia Garrison in Ilarpor'B Hozar. Ttfi TALMAOE SERMON. Th? Noted Divino Proaohes on Stock Gambling. In this diooourso Dr. Palmago arraigns tho spirit of wild spooulntlon and glvos somo account of tho financial ruin of other days; Proverbs xzil1, 6, "Hiohos corla?nly mako thoraaolvos winga; thoy Hy away aa an eaglo toward hoavon." Money 1B a goldon broasted bird with eilyer beak. It alights on tho oflioo desk or on tho parlor oontor table Mon aud women sta...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 28 June 1901

Democrat 'Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence." vi' T,.vi'.T.r. VOL. XXVI BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY. JUNE 28, 1901, NO 26 REVENUE TAX. Changos That Will be Made In the Pro?* nt Law. OF INTEREST TO EVERY ONE The Repeal Will Take Plac* on July I Next. A List of the Articles Excepted By it Ohangos in tho iatcrnal roven m stamp tax law, hy whioh tho H pe omi tax will bo modified or roniovod, will go into of foot July 1. Whilo this ohango will savo a largo amount of money to businoss pooploaud othors tho finaooialgain will bo small ooraparod to thc joy whioh will prevail at tho ondiog of a ngulation whioh oauscd no end of worry. After July thero will bo no stamps on bank ohooks, telegrams, hills of lading, bonds, flight drtfts, express recoipts, mort gages and seores of other dooutnonts. There is also a list of ' Modified arti olos,"whoro a roduotion will bo allowed, and tho tax will romain on...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 28 June 1901

St. A. Ti If f M lt/W _ IBflitA? Friday Juno 28, 1901, KuliHcription I'rlco : -One yoa-r.if 1.00 Six months.50 Throo months.25 PEN AND SCISSOIIGRAPJIS Mr. Harry Ryttonburg, a prom inent citizen of Sum tor died sud douiy on tho 22nd-aged sixty years. Tho S. 0. Press association meots at Harris LithiaoiK?io 14th und will go to Buffalo ournie 10th. Some sharp follow claims lie has inado a bale of now cot on this year. South Carolina farmers aro not-through chopping yot. Property to the val no of $160, 209,805 wont up in smoko in this country last year. The insurance companies wore scorched to thc amount of $195,503, C50. Boswell Bardsley is 91 years old, and has been postmaster at Lansing, N. Y., for scvonty two years. Ho was appointed by John Quincy Adams, and has served under nineteen presidents and thirty throo postmaster generals. Ho is tho oldest postal oflicial in continuous service in tho country. COURT OE GENERAL SESSIONS Juno Torin 1901 Tho summor lorin ot tho Court of Geno ru...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 28 June 1901

BBNWBTTSYILLB. S, 0. 1IY H, A. IftltOWN A CO. Office Weat of Court lionne. Fiidav. Juno 28, 1901. MARION DISTRICT APPOIN ["MENTS. SBOO.NI> HOUND-W. 0. POWER, V. K, Olio and Beulah, Bculuh, May 25,26 M0O0II & Bonuettsvilh) Mill?, Xeunottaville, '* 26,27 BonuettBvillo ot, Pino Uiovo, June 1,2 BrlghtBvllle, Bethel (afternoon)' ?. 2,3 Noith Marlboro, Now Hopo, " 8,9 BonuetUvillo Stn, (uight) Juno 14,16 BWinhoiui ot, 14 16,17 Our Town Gorvemment. MAYOR-C. S. McCall . ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C. E. Kxum, John T. Douglas, W. S. Rowe. " CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin. Office open daily. POLICE-G. li. Barrett. Marlboro County Oficers. SHERIFF-J. B. O roon OLK UK OE CLERK-J. A. Druko JODOK OE PUOHATB-M. MoLauriu CORONER-C. F. Ooviogtou SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward SUPT. NDUOATION-W. li, Stauton TREASURER-J. Ii. Thomas AUDITOR-E. S. Curlislo SENATOR-Knox Livingston REPRESENTATIVES-J. C. Dunbar, J. C. Campbell, R. Ii. Freeman. Directory of Benncltsville Lodges CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO....

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 28 June 1901

Afterglow A flor tho sun'8 laat ray Has loft tho mountain croat, Taking tho golden day To lauda of tho vatting West; Aftor tho darkness falls Swift on tho parting hour Aftor tho night enthralls Vlno-laood, lano aud towor, Uko llushoH of early dawn With roso tints permeate, Up from tho glory gono, ' Springs glory ro-oroato, Over tho realms of cloud, Ovor tho earth below, And night hold? baok her shroud, In tho splendor, of afterglow. Aftor tho light of lovo Fados in hopoloss night, A glory from nbovo jHiU tho heart with aftor light And vrhon a llfo's bright ray Leavolh its loved in woe, Tho hoarts lt Jovod Hud day In its boautiful aftorglow. TALMAGES SERMON Bi- Talmage'? Discourse on .God s Way of Doing. In this disooureo Or, Taltnago raiBCB high oxpootations of tho day when that whioh is now only dimly econ will bo fully rovoalcd toxt, Job xxvi, 14: "Lo, thoaoaro parta of his ways. But how lit i lo a portion ia hoard of him? But tho thunder of bis powor who oan understand?" Tho leas...

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

'Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Livoa in Thy Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Dofenoe." VOL. XXVI BENNETTSVILLE, S, C., FRIDAY. JULY 5, 1901, NO 27 WORK OF VANDALS. Raid of Sherman's Army Told oy Ono of Them, A HORDE OF THIEVES., Lotter Written by a L?utenant ?Just Af tor Burning of Co lumbia Corroborativo of Charges Made. To tho Editor of Tho Stftto: Bolow will bo found a oopy of tho original lottor mitton by Ki rat Lieu tenant Thos. Q. Moyer?, of don. Sher man's anny whioh oountormarohod to roaoh tho goal of tho "Secession Stnto," whioh be only did after bombarding tho ospitol from tho hoights. of Lexington oounty, whioh aro in plain viow fro u tho high points of this oity, lying "just aorois tho rivor." Upon theso olay hills woro plantod tho battoricu, tht sholls of whioh soaxred tho oapitol, thoo in ooureopf oonstruotion, andsoundod tho doath knoll, ns it wore, to tho fair oity on tho Uotgaroo. This lottor puta tho pause of tho buriog o...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 July 1901

?. /t. BHOWN - - - Editor. Friday July 5, 1901. ei.Mi'jiJiJi_._". ,iJ3 Hubncrlptlon Frico I O?iG y??? ..$ i.?O Bix months.50 Threo months..25 COURT OF G?N?RAL SESSIONS Juno T?rm 1901 Our report last week closed with thc trial of Jim Harris and Walter Hines for the killing ol Capt. Carter on thc aller? noon ol February 25th, 1900. The case consumed Thursday and part ot Friday and was given lo the jury about live o'clock The jury was out only a lew moments and returned willi a verdict ol gullly as to both, but a rccomeiulation to mercy as to Walter Hines. His Honor then willi a touching Icc ture to both proceeded to pass sentence Hines was sent lo thc slate pcnilcn tiary for lile. Jim Harris was sentenced lo be hung on Friday the g t li day ol August between the hours ol io and 2 o'clock. This closed thc criminal business of thc summer tenn, gam'. His Honor re., turned home. Tho convicts ol this term, ,sHuston, Thomas, Frank Leak and Wal* ter Mines' were each sentenced to thc penitent...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 July 1901

BEHHBTTSYILLB, S, O, ?V *L A. huowx & co. Ofllee Wost of Court House, Fiidav. July 5, 1901, AHlON DISTRICT APPOIN l"MEM-S. SECOND ROUND -W. 0. PoWKR, I?, IC. (?? < ? ' y i.,1 *,'. Olio aud Baulah, Beulah, May 25,26 Mo Joli & ?oiiuottsvillo Mill*. 'H. ' Vunuot trtvillo, " 26,27 i Honoottsvillo ot, Pino t?rovo, Juno 1,2 Bri^htevlllo, Bu th ol (aftoruoou) *' 2,3 North Marlboro, Now Hopo, " 8,0 Bunupttevlllo Sta, (night) Juno 14,16 Bhmhoim ot, " ?6,17 tv.y. ??: laiWM If 11 i M tVUU* MU XXVBKJBl Our Toion Oorvernmcnt. MAYOR-C. S. McCall ALDKRMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C. JO IA um, John T. Douglas, W. 8. Rowe. Ci ERK & TREASURER-.Milton Mc |? Lau riff, Office open daily. POLICE-G. li. Barrett. Marlboro County Officers. SHERIFF-J. B. Oreen CLERK OK CLERK-J. A. Druko iJt.-DQB OP PRORATE-M. McLaurin (CORONER-C. F, Covington SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton TREASURER-J. ll. Thomas AUDITOR-E. S. Carlisle : KNATOR-Knox Livingston lt KP R ES E N TAT IVER-J. C. Dunb...

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

leaf From tho Dovil'n Jost Book. Destelo tho Bowlngdoblo ohalnod and bout, They etUoh for tho lady, tyrannous and. For her a wedding gown, for thom a shroud; Tho stioth and etlolh, but never mond tho rent Torn In life's golden ourtains Glad Youth went, And loft thom alono with Timo, and now if bowed With bdrdons they should sob and ory aloud, Wondsilng, tho rloh would look from tholr content. And so this gllramorrlng lifo at last rooodes In unknown, ondlcss doplhs boyond ro cal); And what's tho worth of all our anolont oroodfl, If boro, al tho end of ages, this ls nil A whito faoo lloatlDK in tho whirling ball, A doad faoo splashing lo tho rivor roods? Edward Markham. DR. TALMAGE'S DI8COUR9E On tho Importanoo of Prompt Aotion in Anything We Have to Do From a passago of Soripturo unob served by most roadors Dr. Tolmago in this diooouvso shows tho importanoo of prompt aotion in anything wo havo to do for ourselvos or others;'text, Eoolcsi astos xi, 4, "Ho that obsorvoth tho wind shall...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 July 1901

"Do Thou Liberty Groat. Inspiro Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence." VOL. XXVI BENNETTSV?LLE, S, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1901 -_---^-^-^-,-" NO 28 TERRIBLE I?EAT. 8?X Hundred Dna?hu and Many Prostrations HOSPITALS FILLED Tonto Boing; Erected on Hospital Grounds Horses Ara Fa lng, and Automobiles Ar? Usod as Ambulances Rainstorms Wednesday, with con sequent fall in tomporaturo, woro a Godsond to tho bulk of sweltering hu manity in Now York. As soon as tho last storm of tho afternoon had paosod ovor, tho tomporaturo immediately bo gan to ascend. Tho wind whioh blow during tho storm also oommonccd to abate vory rapidly, until it aooumod tho proportions of a slight broezo only. Thooo ntmo?phorio conditions, oouplod with tho vory oousidcuiblo humidity whioh oamo as an af ter math of tho downfall of water from tho olouds, mado tho suffern-g ni mont as intonso an it was whon tho th or eic motor had rog intered soveral degrees higher. M...

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

?. A, BJtOWN - - - Editor. Frirlav July 19 1901. Subscription Trico t Ono y oar.$1.00 Six months.50 Three months_.25 PEN AND SCISSOR GRAPHS Tho now Battleship Maine is bo launched on tho 25th. Piorso Lorillard tho groat tobac co millionaire died on tho 7th. It is aaid 1611 persons received injuries on the dth. It was 1325 lust year. Mr. J. F. Richardson has been appointed postmasler at Green 'villo, ?5. 0. Too corn crop ia a failure in K a n s as caused by the sovcr drouth. Tho wile ol' ex-Governor Taylor of Kentucky died at Indianapolis on tho 9th. . In tho death of Dr. J. Williams Stokes South Carolina losses another grand and good man. .* The total attendance at tho Bnflalo exposition *to July Vth has roabhod tho 2,000,000 mark. 'Tho Lithograph ia plant of A. Ilacn ol' Baltimore was bumed on tlio fourth loss $300,000.^ Prof. John F?sico, tho great Electrician and Historian, died on tho-3rd from oxoessixo heat. Tho latest fish story is about a $25,000,000 combined formed to contro...

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

BENNETTSYILIJE, S, O, Ofllce Went of Court House, Fiidav. July 1 ,1901. MANION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS. S.I?OMO HOUND -W. 0. POWER, i\ ic Olio and Beulah, Benlidi, May 25.26 Alu Doll ?& Bonuottsvillo Mill*, Vonncttsvillo, " 26,27 Bdnnottsvlllo ot, Pine Grove, Juno 1,2 Brlghtavlllo, Bethel (afternoon) 2,3 North Marlboro, Now Hopo, ** 8,9 Bounottsvillo Stn, (night) Juno 14,16 "Bnnhoim ot, M 16,17 Our Town Gorvcrnmenl. .MAYOR-C. S. McCall /ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C. M xum, John T, Douglas, W. S. Howe. ?CLERK & TREASUUKR-Milton Mc aurin. Ollice open daily. POLICE-G. li. Barrett. Marlboro County O?ccrs. SiiEiUEF-J. B. Oreen CLEUK OF CI.EUK-J. A. Drake JupQF. OK PROIIATK-M, MeLautin CORONER-C. P. Covington SUPERVISOR-M. li. Coward 8111?r. KDUOATION-W. L. Stanton TitEAsuttER-J. II. Thomas AUDITOR-M. S. Carlislo SKNATOR-Knox Livingston KEPRESENTATiVES-J. C. Dunbar, J. C. Campbell, ll. L Freeman. Directory of Jienncltsville Lodges CONSOLIDATED LODOE NO. 15, K. ol P., mools ovory Mon...

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

Before It Is Too late v'f ..'.If you bato a gray-hairod mother lu tho old homo far array, Blt down aud writo tho lottor You put off day by day, Donjt wait until hov tit od atopa Rvuuu heavoh'B pearly gato But show hor that'you think ot hor Boforo it la too lato. If you've a toudor ineaaago Or a loving word to say, Don't wait till you forgot it But whlopor it today. Who knowe what bbtor momorloa May haunt you if you wait? Soruako your loved oaoa happy Boforo it ia too lato. We ltvo but in tho preaont, Tho futuro is unknown Tomorrow ia a royBtory, Today 1B all our own* Tho chanco that forluuo londa to UH May vanish whllo wo walt, Bo apond your lifo'u rich troasuro Boforo it is too lato. The tendor words unapokon, Tho lettor novor atnt, Tho long forgotten moaaagoa, The wealth of lovo unapont. For thcao aonto hoalra aro breaking, For the80 aomo lovod oi OB walt . Bo ?how thom that you caro for thom Before it ia too lato. TALMAGE'S SERMON. Dr. Talmago Pleads With Those Given to Quick Ang...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 July 1901

'Do Thou Liberty Groat. Inspiro Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence." YOL. XXVI BENNE TTSVlLLE, S, C" jlllDAY, JULY 19, 1901 ?NU : ? '?. A/.- i J.-.vi. OHIO CONVENTION. Democrats Moot end Name Jam*? Kdboure for ?ovornor. BRYAN I SM IGNORED. Th? Name? cf J din R. McLean ?nd Tom O. J Minson Spoton of as Candidatos to Sue* caed Senator F ort.kn. Tho Domooratio Stato oonvontion at Columbus Woduoaiay had moro orominont mon aa dologatoa than any oonvontion of Domo irate of Ohio in many yr nra. Following in ibo Domooratio liokot. Governor-Jame? Kilbourno. LicutonantGovoruor-Anthony How Olin. Judgo of Supremo Court-Joseph Tlidy. Glork of Suproino Court-Harry 13 .Young, Attornoy General- M. B MoUartby. Troasuror of State-lt P. Alshiro. Mombor of Board of Publio Works Jamos B. Holman. Tho nomination of Col. Kilbourno was appropriately o ?Hod ono of "spon taneous oorabuetK-ri.'' Howells, Hidy, Alahiro and Holmsn woro favoritos from t...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 July 1901

Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence." VOL. XXVI BENNETTSV1LLE, S. C., FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1901 BMP?'' .' NO 29 OHIO CONVENTION. Democrats Moot a nd Name Jame? Kdboure for Governor. BRYAN I 8 M IGNORED. The Names cf J ihn R. MoLoan and Tom O.Johnson 8poK-n of as CnntildatAS to Gue? caed Sanator ForF.k*r. Tho D?mocratie H uto oonvontion at Columbus Woduoaflay had moro orominout mon aa dclogatoa than any oou\ontion of Domoorata of Ohio in many ye ora. Following in f ho Democratic liokct. Governor-Jamen Kubourno. Lieutenant G ovornor-Autbony How . qllH. Judgo of Supreme Court-Joseph flidy. Olorkof Supromo Court-Harry B Young. Attornoy General-M. B McCarthy. TroaBuror of State-lt P. Alshiro. Member of Board of Public Works Jamos B. Holman. Tho nomination of Col. Kilbourno was appropriately o*llod ono of "spon taneous combustion.'' Howells, Ilidy, Alshiro and Holmsn woro favorito) from tho start. Youn...

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