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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 July 1901

8, A, ItltOWW f - - Editor. , Friday July 19, 1901, gswuij?'a"_.,i ii Subscription l'rlc? ? Ono your..$ 1.00 Six months.50 Throe months.....25 NOTICIA! A mooting of tho citizens of Marlboro county who aro in toro st eel in GOOD HOADS will moot in tho Court House ut Bonuottsvillo on Wednesday July 31st at 10 a. m. Attention Alliunceiuon ! I will go to Columbia ou Wed nesday next, July 24th, to a Di rectors mooting of tho Stato Alli aueo Exchange, and to reprcseut tho stock hold hy this county, iu a Stato stockholders meeting, as County Trustee. It would bo well for all Alliance mon i ti to tc H ted iu same, and tho r?organisation of tho ordor to moot mo in tho ofiico of Clerk of Court on Monday next 22d, at 9 o'clock, u. m., sharp. CHAS CUOSLAND. July 15, 1901. PEN AND SCISSORGRAPUS It is estimated that the loss in Kansas by the receut drouth notles8 than ten million dollars. It is reported that Andrew Carnegie still has $280,000,000 tr\ niiinninnn II., ...Jil-1 1-1 .?v? ^iru aiiHj ....

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

BENNETTSVILLE, S,.O, MV ?. A. DROWN * CO. Office West of Court Howe. Friday. July 19,1901. MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS. S.BCOND ROUKD-W. 0. POWER, Y. B Olio ami Beulah, Beulah, May 25,26 M0O0II & Bermottavllle Mill?, Konnettsville, " 26,27 BonnottavtUo ot, Pino Qrovo, June 1,2 HtigbtsviUo, Bothel (nf tot noon) 2,3 Kerch Marlboro, New Hopo, ** 8,9 Hdouettavlllo' Sta, (night) Juno 14,16 1'denholm ut, "10,17 Our Town Oorvcmment. M A YOU-C. S. McCall ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C. E F.x?in" duhn T, Douglas, \V\ S. Howe. ^CiyfifRK & TREASURER-Milton Mc '?.a?rln. Office open daily. POLICE-G. B. Barrett. Marlboro County Officers. SHERIFF-J. B. Oreen . CLERK OF CLEIIK-J. A. Drake JUDGE or PROBATE-M. MoLauriu COBONKR-0. F. Covington SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward SUPT. KDUOATION-W. L. Stanton TREASURER-J. II? Thomas AUDITOR-K. S. Carlisle SKNATOR-Knox Livingston ' ItKPttESKNrATiVES-J. C. Dunbar, J. 0. Campbell, ll. 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. — 19 July 1901

A Regret, Oft, $outd yo hilt liuvo noon, vrhU?.they **ov<? oura, > c Thogvooo of (layo forovor pasaod awayi Had wo but foll tho beauty of tho flowers Thatbloomod for us-boforo thoy knew do? o?yj Could w? havo known how wo ehouM yearn in vain For looks and smiles no moro to great our sight, Or how tho fruitless i oars would fall Uko rain For hours of swoot oommunlon, vanished quite; Their worth tous-had wobutbottor known, Thon had wo hold thom doaror, while our own, Had kept somo ealvogo from tho joys o'or thrown, And lonollnossUeolt has found us loss alone! -Agnos Maulo Maohar, In Coutury. TALMAUE'S SERMON. Dr. Talmage's Discourse on tho Growth and Perfection of Christianity Although Pr. Talmago was hindorod from attonding tho groat annual moot ing of the Christaia EndsAVor society at Cincinnati, his sormon shows him to bo in ?ympathy with tho groat tuovo mont; toxt. Amos ix; 13, "Behold tho days oomo, saith tho Lord, that tho plowman shall ovortako tho roaper." Unablo booauao...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 July 1901

A Ro?rot, Oh, fl?uW wobul h&vOB?ou, whilo; thoy woro oura, Tho gvaoo of tlivyrj forever piimiod away? liad wo but felt thoboauty of tho ?owore That b!oom?vl for UR-boforo thoyknew do* cay; Could w? havo know A how wo shouhl yearn in vain For looks and smiles no moro to great our Bight, Or how tho fruitless (oars would fall Uko rain For hours of sweot oominunlon, vanished quite; Their worth lo us-had wo but bettor known, Thon had wo hold (hom dearer, whilo our own, Had h opt uoi.no aalTOgo from tho joys o'or thrown, Aud lonoUnossitsolt has found us loss r' mc! -Agnes Maulo Machar, In Century. TALMAUK'B HERMON. Dr. Talmage's Di?oourso on tho Orowth and Perfection of Christianity. Although Dr. Talmago was hindered from attonding tho groat annual moot ing of tho ChriBtain Endoavor sooioty at Oinoinnati, his sormon shows him to bo in sympathy with tho groat movo mont; toxt. Amos ix; 13, "Behold tho days como, saith tho Lord, that tho plowman shall ovortako tho rooper." Unablo booauso...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 July 1901

^.Jrn^ JHL.,- JUL., &**^?r ^^J^ Ja_ "Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy Possession Happy, ox Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defenoe." : VOL. XXVI BENNE TTS VI LL li, &? C,, 'FRIDAY, JULY 26, 190L NO 30 A SOUTHERN SONG. Tn? Homoipun Oreas Written by WI hi a Sinclair. A SOUL STIRING BALLAD And Ifs History That Will Bi R sad With Interest by Mary Old ..j Confndorato Soldiers and Olhars? Tho following atory of a popular bal lad of tho war for southorn indopond oiioo, whioh wo olip from Tho State will provo iutoroBting to thoso of our rcadosa who aro not old enough to havo heard it sung whon itn loyal words moant muoh, as woll a3 to tho mon and womon who romombor with what good will it wasisungin thal timo. Tho no count is contained in tho roport of a oomraittoo appointed for tho purposo of asoortaining tho authorship of "Tho Homespun Dress:'' Tit? RE POUT, When thoCoufedorato Gonoral Kirby Smith inv?dod Northoru Kentucky, John Uri Lloyd, iu commo...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 July 1901

S. A. BROWN -? - - Editor. Friday July 26, 1901, am'ji.ii?'uj'i'gi.-""-'-.m" '??'.iiL.i_? Lu? Subscription Price t Ono your....% 1.00 Six months.BO Throo months.25 NOTICE 1 A mooting of tho oitizous of Marlboro county who uro interest ed in GOOD HOADS will moot in tho Court House at Bdutiottsville on Wednesday July 31st at 10 a. m. For tliu Charleston Exposition. EDI?OU M Alimono DEMOCRAT. Dear Sir: -Enclosed find list of Township Commissioners from this county for tho Charleston Exposition: C. P. Moore, Hounotlsvlllo. John C. Fletcher, Adnmsville \V, D. Evans, Smithville P. li. Mooro, Brigbtsvillo J. E. Bogers, Brownsville Johu N. Drake, Ked Hill. T. B.-Gibson, Ked Bin tr Capt. Frank Manning, Hebron. A meeting of thc Committees will bo held at Bonnoltsvillo next Wednes day, July 31st, at ll o'clock, a. m. Youra truly, c. s. MCCALL. July 20, 1901. PEN AND SCISSORQUAPHS iricis in Texas greatly nuipm^ Mr?. Gilospio of Choraw has leased tho Hotel at Hartsvillo. Bain has fallon in tho d...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 July 1901

B?NNETTSYILLE, S. 0. lev ?, A. imo war A CO. >VWV''??.'WW"^,>''"'',,'"'k'w'"^^'*ww',,V,,,V* Oj?eir W?MI o/ Court Mouso. .'.....?.....iv".. '??? ?'?.?.'.. ....?...??.<?,?. ...<?, >>...,;>,, .?, >..>.,>?.,w Friday. July 26^1901. . MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS. THIRD HOUND-W. 0. Powuii, P. B. . < Ho mid. Beulah, Olio, August 17,18 MoOoU & Bounottavlllo Mill?, MoColl, (night) August 18,19 ttennettSvlllo Sta, (night) 23,2$ Brlgbtsvlllo, Boykta, 24,25 l?ounottevlllo ot, Boauty Spot, (afternoon) 25,26 Blenholm et, Aug. 31, Sept : North B?arluoro, Shiloh, (afternoon) Sept 1,2 Ott)* Town Gorvernment. MAYOR-C. S. McCall ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C. E. F.xum, John ?. Douglas. W. 8. Howe. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc laurin. OlTice open daily. POLICE-G. B. Barrett. Marlboro County Officers. HUBBUB J. B\ Groon CLERK OP CLERK-J. A. Drake JUDGE OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurln CORONER-0. F, Covington t?UTERVj?OR-M. K. Coward SUPT. KDUOATION-W. L. Stanton TiiEA?uRKR-J...

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

TALK AGES ?Kftft?ii. Dr. Talaiag? Arraigns People Who Livo Boyond Their Mean?. In thia disoouruo Dr. Talmago shows tho oauaoa of tho groat tinanoial dis? turbanooa whioh tako plaeo evory fow yours and arraigns tho pooplo who livo boyond their mo ??B; toxt, Jeremiah xvii, ll, "Au the partridgo sitteth on eggs and hatehoth thom not, so ho that (ettoth riohos, and not by right, shall oavo them in tho midst of bis daya and at his ond bhall bo a fool." Allusion is hore mado to a woll known faot in natural history. If a partridgo or a quail or a robin brood tho eggs of anothor spooios, tho young will not stay with tho ono that happonod to brood thom, but at tho first opportuni ty will assort with thoir own spooios. Those of us who havo boon brought up in the oountry havo soon tho dismay of the farmyard hon, having brooded aquatic fowls, whon aftor awhilo thoy iutnblo into thoir natural olomont, tho wator. So my ?ext suggests that a man may gather undor his wings tho proporty of others, bu...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 August 1901

/ 7 'Do Thou Liberty Great. Insi>ire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence." YOL. XXVI BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1901. ->---_-?-? ? -' :? ' '"--f?-: ,' . ; NO 31 ELECTION ORDERED By th? D.mocratlc Stat? Extcu liva Committee. IN THE SEVENTH DISTRICT SI m ?? To Fill Out tho Um xp rod Term in Congress of tho Late Con gressman J Wm 8t<k<*. Tho Domooraiio Stato Exooutivo Commit too mot itt Columbia hat Thurs day. Whoa tho oommittoo was oallod to ox-dor Col. J?nos itt o ted tho objoot of tho mooting to bo tho arrangomont of a primary to nominato some ono to fill tho unexpired tenu of tho lato Dr. Stokes. Tho followiog momboraof tho oommittoo wore prcsont, tho counties of ?harlo?ton, Ohorokoo, Chostorfiold, Colloton,Darlirgton. Dopohcator. Edgo fiold, Goorgotowo, Greonvillo, Hamp ton. Kershaw, Ooonco, Saluda, Spar tanburg, Union atd Williamsburg hav noropresantativo : Abbovillo- A '?/W. Jones. Aikon-W. W. ...

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

8. A, miOWN - - - Editor. I..*. Friday Aug 2, 1901, . eWL'Jggl?!!!''!!!!'.'"! , | j II., I. II ?. I SubHorliitton l'rlcot Ono year.$1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 PEN AND fSCISSOHGRAPHS The now bnttlo ship Maine lins boon launched. Tho Ghi nose question hat boon Bottled now lot cotton goods got u movo. Tho long drouth hus boen brok en in 20 per cont of tho cotton districts in Toxna. Hon. H. M. Staokhouso has tendered his resignation as trustee pf Glenison College. Emperor William" of Gormauy it is said will opon peace negotia tions iu bohalf of tho Boers. Tho annual meeting of tho Darlington Agriculture Society takoB placo August 13th 1901. ?t costs just $250 to sell a drink of whiskey on Sunday in Savanah. It should bo so every where. ''The supreme court of New York is asked to decide wheth er habitual drunkenness ia a crime or a disease." President McKinley has issued his proclamation establishing free trade between Porto Rico and tho United States. Gov. McSweeny hus pardoned,...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 August 1901

Ulli Ul lill UVV LIV l/liWWiWii ..;?.<.:...wvHm BENNErITSYILLE, S. 0. "u'"''''"V...>.?.?..?.I-v.'.,..,>*...>.............. HY H. A. UK?WW A CO? O/Jlcc West of Court House. Fiidav. Aug 2, 1801. MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS. THIRD ROUND-W. 0. POWKH, P. B. I Clio nuil Boniah, Clio, August 17,18 MoOoll & Honnettsvlllo M ill J, McColl, (night) August 18,19 Bonnettsvlllo Stn, (night) 23,25 Brlghtsvllle, Boyktn, 24,25 UonnottBvillo ot, Venn ty Spot, (afternoon) 25,26 monheim ot, Aug, jj, Sept 1 North Marlboro, Shiloh, (afternoon) Sept 1,2 Our Town Oorvernmcnt. MAYOR-C. S. McCall ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C. E. Exum, John T. Douglas, W. S. Rowe. CLERK SC TREASURER-Milton Mc laurin. Office open daily. POLICE-G. B. Barrett. Marlboro County Officers'. H ii EUI Ft'-J. B. Oroeu CLERK OE CLERK-J. A. Drake JUDGE OP PRORATE-M. MoLaurin CORON ER-O. P. Covington SUPERVISOR-M. K. Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton <. TREASURER-J. II. Thomas AUDITOR-E. S. Carlialo SENATOR-Knox Liv...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 2 August 1901

?TlMAt?B a 8KRN0N. In "Which HeBhow? tho Tendency to Exouse Brilliant Fault?, In thia dieoouvtio Dr. Talniogo Bhows that thoro in a tondouoy to oxouao bril liant faults beoauso thoy aro brilliant, whoo tho same law of right and wrong ought to bo applied to high plaoos and lOWitoxt, Daniol iv, 33, "Tho samo hour was tho thing fulfilled upon Nobu Obadnezzw, and ho was driven from mon and did oat grass as oxon." Horo is tho mightiest of tho B?bylon itdi kings. Look at him. Ho did moro for tho grandeur of tho oapital than did all bia prodooosBorsor suocosBoro. Hang lag gardons, rosorvoirB, aquoduota, pal aoos. all of his own planning. Tho hrioks that aro brought up today from tho ruina of Babylon havo his namo on them, "Nobuobadnezzar, son of Nabo polassor, king of Babylon." Ho was a groat conqueror. Ho Btrotohod forth his apoar toward a nation, and it aurrondor od. But ho plundered tho templo of tho truo God. Ho liftod an idol, Bel Morodaoh, and oompollcd tho pooplo to bow down boforo ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 16 August 1901

YOL. XXVI .Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Live? in Thy Pression Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence." .?TM u UM? v? ?U?4#IH?P-I^?I??I?????HI?>??I -WMMwtMMVM * ? ?f ? wnVt wwt????*<ri|ti ?? ? >^r? KUWWOWWMH^W^MI^WW? niwtormiw[i<ii<wi i ? iiwiilir^iiinhM^iiftMiiaM-^^^-^yrp,,^^,,^ mm iMiimiil MUULIJ ?II n m_I_L_T. - - - - .- - ? - ~" 1 ' .-^????^-- ??.- ?' ? ?'? ?. ~.??? ^^.a^ii..?..-^ ?? . - - '"""'T*' iinwMWwmw.w^mw BENNETTSVILLE, S. Q| FRIDAY, AUGUST 18. 1901. -_-,-V- '_ ?NO 33 M'LA?RIN'S REPLY To tho Request to Resign His (teat In tho Senate. MEKE8 A GENERAL DEFENCE. Ho Regards tho Action cf Oom* mlttoo as Ridiculous ard of No Legal Effect or Weight. Sonator Mc V-iaurin roplios ao follows to tho notion of tho Stato Domooratio Kxootivo oom ,n it too: Paris Mountain, 8, C., August 5th, IDOL To tho Domooratio Executive Gommit too, Stato of South Carolina. Gontlomon: Tho official notioo of tho aotion of a majority of your oom mittoo o...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 16 August 1901

3. A. ii HO irjy - - - tstiitor. Friday Aug 16, 1901, CB#-J...LJ_LL.~..'. .'. 1. J. ._1 ..J.!.. _'..,".?? BulitJcrluUoii Tricot Ono your.;.$ 1.00 Six months.',yt.50 Three mouths.25 ir ii-inn un ni m >?miii?i<niiwiiimniiinii?iwiBiiiiii i PEN AND SCISSORGWAPHS The jirst bare ot' Alabama cot ton was sold in Mobil? the 12th. fttato Phosphate Inspector S. W. V ance died last week. Ile had been sick some time. Tile Charleston Exposition company is planning for a big military display of Georgia Car olina and North Carolina troops next winter. Lewis Council, the Cumber land comity rapist, has been res pited to November 5, to give him further chance to prove his in nocence It is said that there 7000 peo ?)le who follow fishing in the Mississippi river and its tribu tarios. And yet the supply of "oats" keeps up. Senator Tillman is being sued for slander by J. Young Jones, a bookkeer who claims that the senator injured him by casting reflections on his mental attain ments. Senator McLaur...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 23 August 1901

"Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Live? in Thy Poas^ssion Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence. VOL. XXVI BENNETTSVILLE, S, C., FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1901. NO 34 AWFUL HOLOCAUST. Govoral Men Mat Death in a Roar ing Furnaces CAUSED BY AN EXPLOSION. Five Charred Human Bodies Found In the Ru ns of Water woiks Crib at Cleve land, Ohio. Five mon wore bur a od to den Mi, four woro drowned, throo and possibly four woro suffooated and sovcral injured as tho ros'ult of a firo whioh destroyed a temporary waterworks orib, two milos off Cleveland, Ohio, harbor oarly Wednesday morning. Tho dead, so far aa known: Arthur Hasty, drowned, body roooverod; Mark Strydor, drowned; Arthur Hastings, burned; Plummer Jones, suffooatod; John Martino, drowned; John Kowol sky, drowned, body rooovorod; four un identified men burnod. Tho injured BO far aa known: John LOOP, probably a brokou back, latal; O. Braddock, burned shout hands and faoe; Charles Smith, ovcreomo by gas in tun...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 23 August 1901

s. J. miowN - - - Editor, Friday Aug 23, 1901, |W?-1 rr- r n T rm 111 ? mu i twnmm n mn?, n.n Substitution l*rl<?? t Quo year.$ 1.00 Ri;c mouths.50 Three months.25 "PM h A :W SC I? HOB GRAPHS Tl .? pout ?lHcc at Al taroon (? ?? ii vi I lo cou tt ty, hus been dis continued, Ohio, Mary laud and Virginia liuvo declared against toojing with Bry ti n uuy moro. hiring tho Into hot spell eggs weh t . vu in Homo part s of Kau* tm s !" '' couts a dozen. O ru ugo burg claim s tho first balo o?' now cottou. lt wa? sold in Char leston Saturday for IO conta K i ve candidates aro stumping Iii ! ve u th district for election to Congressman {Stokes* unexpired te i i n . Hov. ,1. 0. Wilson and wife and Rev. John O. Kilgo have gone to London to attend Ecumonial Con lon; ice. ft i rt ty of the four hundrod teach er^ going to the Philippines foll in love with ono nuother and wore mar.ridd ut Honolulu. The big Wright cigar factory in Richmond was burned Mon day night. Loss about $200,000 with insuran...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 23 August 1901

? /. it HO tr N ? - . lMUor.\ Friday Aug 23, 1901, . , -.r..yi. ?i,vu I Ono year_.% 1,00 ?Si:; months.,.50 Tl i roo months. .25 PH: cv A tfp SCISSOR GRAPHS. Th-.' "poet oilloc at Altauion (?.eon ville county, hu? boon dis? con ti unod. Ohio, Maryland aud Virginia huyo declared against tooling.with Br y :?. u uiiy nj o io. D?ving tho lato hot spell ogge went i'cjwn iii 801110 parts of Kan BOS'to VA oonts a dozen. Oi angoburg claims tho first bale of now cotton. It was sold in Char iest OM Saturday for IO conts Iii ve candidatos aro stumping tho ?Wovon th distriot tor election to j Congressman Stokes' unexpired j tenn. ! Kev. J. 0. Wilson and wife and Rev. John ?. Kilgo have gono to j London to attend Eoumonial Con to rei too. . I 'Sixty of tho four hundred teach er f; going to tho Philippines foll in love with ono another and wore mar.riod at Honolulu. The big Wright cigar faotory | in Richmond was burned Mon day night. Loss about $200, OOO | with insurance. 'Florence couu ly has suf...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 23 August 1901

; BE^NE?TSYILLE, S. 0, ?V S. A. If UOWN & ?0. OJJlco Weat of Cottrt House. Fiidav. ?ug2\ 1901. tmn min II "i limn H in I?IIMIIH-iwmi MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS. THIRD HOUND -W. 0. Pow??, p. B. Olio and Beulah, Olio, August 17,18 MoOoll <fc Bonnottovlllo Mill*, McColl, (ulgbt) August 18,19! Boonottsvillo Sta, (night) 23,25 BrigbtBvlllo, Boykln, 24,25 Beuuottsvllla ot, Beauty Spot, (nf to moon) 25,26 \ Blonholm. ot, Aug, 31, Sept 1 North Marlboro, Shiloh, (n(tornoou) Sept 1,2 agaagmiaturjamurai BM IM----ww Our Totvn Gorvernment. MAYOR-C. S. McCall ALDERMAN-J* Frank Breeden, U. K. Exil tn, John T. Douglas, W. S. ltowc. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc laurin, Olhce open daily. POLICE-J. H. Moore. Marlboro County Officers. SHERIFF-J. B. Oroou OLE UK OF CLERK-J. A. Drako .JUDGE OF PROBATE-M. MoLnurin . ConoNKR-O. F, Covington SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton TREASURER-J. Ll. Thomas AUDITOR-10. S. Carlisle SENATOR-Knox Livingston REPRESF.N TATIVES-J. C. Dunbar...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 23 August 1901

WILL NOT DOWN. imperiaiiam VViii Continuo io b* Important Usu?. EX-SENATOR EDMUNDS Says the People Have Not Yet Settled lt, and Hts Party Must Answer for Ita Mmtakos. ID an oxtondod inlorviow publishod in tho Boston Ilcrald Monday lastFor Unitod Statos Sonator Edmundo, of Vormont, outlined his viows in rc gard to tho futuro of Cuba, Porto ltioo and tho PhilippiuoB, in a mannor dearly indioating his boliof that im porialism will continuo to bo an hsuo in this country and that tho llopubli oan party will oontinuo to labor undor diffioultioi arising from thoso now pos aosions. "I think tho govornmont's oourao in rogard to Ouba has boon wrong and uunoooBsary. Wo havo not mado good our promisos to Ouba, and thoro was nothing to provont us from doing so. Wo premised to givo tho Cubans thoir freedom and would have stood muoh bottor in tho oyoa of tho world and in our own oBtimation if wo had dono BO. "My plan would havo boon to givo thom oomploto indopondonoo, as wo promisod to do; lot tho...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 23 August 1901

WILL NOT DOWN. Imporlmlsm Will Continus to b.? Important limo. EX-SENATOR EDMUND8 Says ths Pooplo Havo Not Yot Sattlsd ir, and His Party Mutt Anawar for Its Mistakes. In an oxtondod interview publishod In tho Boston Herald Monday la?'? Eor mor Unitod States Sonator Edmunds, of Vormont, outlined his viows in ro gaid to tho futuro of (Juba, Porto Woo and tho Philippinos, in s marmor dearly indicating his boliof that im perialism will continuo to bo an ifsuo in this oountry and that tho liopubli oan party will oontinuo to labor undor dif?oultios arising from thone now pos Bosions. "1 think tho government's oourao in rogard to Ouba has boon wrong and unnecessary. Wo havo not niado good our promises to Ouba, and there was nothing to provont us from doing so. Wo promised to givo tho Uubans thoir f roc dom and would havo utood much hotter in tho oyos of tho world and in our own estimation if wo had dono BO. "My plan would havo boon to givo thom oomploto indopondonoo, as wo promisod to do; ...

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