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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 30 August 1901

" 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. THEY STICK TO if. Th? Executlvo Committee Does Not Regret Asking M'LAURIN TO REGION. They Were Not Misled and They Consider the Suggestion as a Reflection on Their Intelligence The following corrospondonoo ox* pinion iteolf: On tho 9lh of August I isnuod and sont to eaoh member of tho Stato Dem ocratic oxcoutivo oommittoo who voted for tho resolution condemning Sonator MoLkurin tho following ojroulnr lottor referring to an intorviow with W. D. Mayfiold, published in tho State: s "It is oharged in tho publie printa ^hattwolvo of tho cxosutiYO oommittoo who voted for tho resolutions condemn ing Senator MoLaurin had boon hoard to oxpross regret for thoir part in tho performance tho day aftor. tho meeting ?nd olaimedss aooxouuo for thoir oQn duot that thoy had boon mislod. ' '.Will you bo pleanod to inform mo, by rotur? mail, if y...

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. — 30 August 1901

Friday Aug 30, 1901, inmmiai KtiNcripttoii 1'rlco: Ono year.$ 1.00 ?Six inoriths.50 Tij roo months.25 VI m AND 8C.T880ncmAl>HS Wilmington is working hard for her gala week in October. Balls of li i o loll from tho sky at .Texarkana, Ark., during a storm on t?ie 27th. Mrs. Eleanor Malloy daughter of Chief Justice Mciver, died at| hor home in (Jhoraw on Saturday. An anarchist was arrested in Homo Monday who confestcd to a plot, to kill tho Pope. He was! heavily armed. Tho correspondents of the Tex as Oil mills says tho cotton crop of 1901 will bo ono million bales less than lust year. Tho governor has appointed Miss Mary Lucas of Society Hill to tho scholarship in the New York school of industrial design. Tho body of Private Henry C. Watson who was killed in Kansas by au explosion last woek was brought homo to Sellers Saturday hight. Knuds aro being raised for tho building of a now Episcopal church afc Darlington and quite a nice sum has boen pledged for tho purpose. Mr.- A. M. itt...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 30 August 1901

y' BENHETTSYILLE, S. 0. HY tA. A. arno w rc & co. Ofilce West of Court ?louse. Friday, Aug 0, 1901. tr""" '?m.mn. MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS. TlititD IlOUKD -W. 0. POWKU, I*. B. Olio mid Beniah, Clio, August 17,18 i MoQoll Ai RonnottHvllln Mill*, McColl, (night) August 18,19 llonnettsvlllo Sin, (niyht) 23,25 Brlghtavillo, Bodkin, 24,25 Bonnottcvlllo ot, Keauly Spot, (afternoon) 25,2? Blenheim ot, Aug, 31, Sept 1 North Mnrlhoro, Shiloh, (afternoon) Supt 1,2 Our Town Gorvcrnmcnt. MAYOR-C. S. McCall Ai.DKKMKN-J. Frank Breeden, C. E. Exum, John T. Douglas, NV. S. Howe. CLERK & TKKASUKKK-Milton Mc Laurin. Ollicc open daily. POUCH-J. H. Mooro. Marlboro County Officers. ' SilKUib'b'-J. H. Oreen CLKIUC op CLERK-J. A Druko JUDO ti or PRORATE -M. MoLaurin COKONKR-C. F, Covinglon Su PRU V ison-M. M? Coward SUPT. KPUOATION-W. L. Stanton TUEASUUKU --.J. H. Thomas A Ul) ITO ii-M. S. Carlisle SKNATOR-Knox Livingston KKIMIKSKNTATIVKS-J. C. Dunbar, J. ?. Camphell, K. li Freeman. Directory ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 30 August 1901

A RINGINGTSP??GHJ D??iCCraCy anu rlepubiican?am Clearly Defined. BY HON. D. 6. HENDERSON. A Olear Cut Vlaw of the Differ enco Between tho Two Qroat Parties m the United States. Hon. D. 8. Hondoraon, of Alkon, who spoke at tho masa mooting io Union rooontly, has defined tho diffor onoon botwoon tho Domoorata and Bo {mblioanu in thia country, r.j follows: bellow Citiaens: It is cstoomod a high privilcgo to bo invited to address tho noonie of this favored sootion of South Carolina. ' When your unexpeotod and unaolioi tod invitation oamo, to oomo hithor and address you on tho gravo national issues ponding boforo tho Amorioan pooplo it was aoooptod as a call to duty. I have felt that in tho dissuasion of thoao issuos at this mooting, in an off elootion yoar, whioh is only tho pre liminary of many whioh may follow noxt yoar, it woro host not to addrosa you in an off hand, oxtomporancous, mannor, whioh ia boat R ni tod to per sonal politioal dobato, hut to oom in it my reflection to manuao...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 6 September 1901

"Bo Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives ia Thy Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence." YOL. XXVI BENNEITSV1LLE, S, C,, y MD AY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1901. NO 30 A HOT DEBATE. Senator McLaurln Qoaato Ander son Un* xp 'Otoo ly. HE DEFENDS HI? COURSE, Co'. Johnston? Foll.ws Him In an Abh ?paech "f Biting Sarcasm and Irony But No Abuse. Tho distinotivo featuro of tho politi ed mooting Friday nt Andoruon wad tho debato botwoonCol. Johnstono and Senator MoLaurin, who had uncxpoot odiy arrived at Andoritoo. It Boomed to Vo abaolutoly unoxpeotod, and moot pooplo did not boliovo it. When Oon grooBinan Latimor had about oonoludod hib argumont a noto was handed Chair man Bro?fcoalo to tho olloot that Sona tor MoLaurin would arrive about 1:30: aud BO, af tor a oouforonoo, it wao do oidod to adjourn tho mooting until aftor tho arrival of Sonator MoLaurin and to roaorvo tho romaining opoakor, Gol. Goorgo Johnstono, to roply to him. Congressman Latimor and Mr. H...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 6 September 1901

S, A, Il now N - - - Editor, Friday Sopt 6, 1901, grtTmirrrmliii - -i wiwwiwmi -M IHM MI Subscription I'rlco i Ono year.$1.00 Six months.50 Th roo months.25 PEN A ND SCISSOR GRAPHS Liout Viotor liltlo i.s now io Marion ?iijoviug a sliurt rest" Tho Indians in Arizona aro giv ing Mic settlors trouble. An Oraugoburg comity tar mor say* bo harvested 130 bushels of oats from an aero this season. Soiiatoir Tillman lins had his oyo lanced a second time but ??J gotting on very Well. What a cross lt must bo to | him. Chauncey M. Do pow has boen invited to delivor tho opening ad dress nt tho Charleston exposi tion ?Shipments ol' money from the U. S. Treasury to tho ?South and Wost, are heavier this season than usual. We ure indeed glad to seo that tho proposition to bu id a "Homo for tho <>hl Soldiers" i.s li rid ing favor eyery where Major McKinley is hard at work on his annual sermon. Tho text will bo talion from the first epistle to tho Philippines.-Life. ..Miss Maud Wilson, daughter...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 6 September 1901

BENHETTSYILLE, S, 0, KV ?. A. KKOWX ?KL CO. OJiloe West of Court House. Finlay Seni 6, 1901. uiiunanaM! i--i MAISON DISTRICT APPOIN I'MtNTsT Tn inn HOUND - W. 0. Powicn, v, K. Olio nuil Roulnh, Olio, August 17,18 MoOoll & Honnuttsvillo Milli, MoColl, (night) Atiguat 18,19 Bonnottavillo Stn, (night) 23,25 Urightsviiio, Hoykin, 24,25 Uoimottsvillo ot, Wottnty Spot, (nftornoon) 25,26 Ulnnhoim ut, Aug, 31, Supt 1 Nortli Marlboro, ?hiioli, (uCtOlliOOll) Sept 1,2 Our Town Gorvcrnmcnt. MAYOR-C. S. Mcdill Al.DKKMliN-J. Frank Urceden, C. K, Extim, John T. Douglas, \V. S. Howe, Cl.IiKK Sc T?K?SURBR- Milton Mc Laurin. Office open daily. POM CK-J, H. Moore. Marlboro County Officers. Sn latin1 -J. U. Oreen (JbfcltK OK Oi.Ktiic-J. A. Drake JUROR OK Piton.ATI'. -M. Mohaurin CO KON RU-0. l'\ (lo vin gt OU Sul'Kiivisou-M. Vi. Howard SUPT. Kn nc ATION-W. L. Stanton TURASUURR-.J. H. Thomas AUDITOR-K. S. Cnrlialo SKNATOR-Knox Livingston UMMIKSBNTATIVKS-J. 0- Punbar, J. ?. Campbell, ll. L. Freeman. ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 6 September 1901

65514 I? ?VSH'H S timi na?mm?l * WM^^W.^lai?.t?.i^~ri^.>?tt^* Oe Its Forth a 81 tomey>QaMral Bollinger. WHAT HE HAS TO 8AY. Protont Most Vigorously Against Certain 8 tatt) m a nt s That Hava Boon Mada About tho Cas?. AttornoyGonoral IJollingor protoBts most vigorously against oortam olato ments that havo boon inado in oonnoo tion with tho pardon of Ooh Neal. Ho (loos so bocauao of his hoing tho ohiof ofiloor in ohargo of tho prosecution of Colonel Noah Horo is his etntcmont: "Whilo tho O?BO of tho stato VB. W. A. Noal was still within the oontrol of tho courts I folt that propriety, if not justioo, dictated that tho proaoouting offioor should romain silent ns to certain statomonts m ado in behalf of tho do? fondaut through tho publie prints, oritioising tho motivos of tho prosecu tion, impugning tho impartiality of tho prosiding judgo and touding to misload tho uninformed publio M to tho faots of tho oa?o; but inasmuoh as tho gov ernor has grantod a full, unconditional pardon ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 13 September 1901

" 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. PRESIDENT McKINI - --?., AN ANARCHIST PRETENDING ' T SHOTS ll Tragedy Occurred at 1 . iiiMIM? . - The Das'adly Deed to Ooi teem Were Being Show The Fiend Capture Buffalo, Sopt. 6.- Prosidont MoKin loy was shot and soriously wounded by a would-bo assassin whilo holding a ro ooptior, in tho Templo of Muslo at tho Pan. Amorioan exposition a fow min utos aftor 4 o'olook this aftornoon. Ono shot took cffcol in tho right breast; tho othor in the abdomon. Tho first is not of a ocr io vj na turo, and tho bull ot has boon oxtraoicd. Tho lattor piorood tho abdominal wall, and has not boon looated. At 10 40 p. m. tho following I..fl..?.. t-il.. .li_J !_"l,""i?!nno uuuuiiu uy buu n?iuuuiu5 pnysioiana was tho only indication of tho condi tion of tho president's wounds: Tho Prosidout is rallying, and is rott ing comfortably. At 10:15 p. m.,...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 13 September 1901

a. A. mt OWN - - - Editor. Friday Sont, 13 1901, Subscription Trice t Ono your.$1.00 Six mouths.50 Three months.25 ?wm mn M i nn 11 mi i mmmmmmimwmmmitm^mm?mim PEN AND SCISSORQRAPHS Mr, RI. J. Hough will tako tho ?illico pf Rlr. Ked fea rn in tho Legislo* aturo. Ho was elected hist week. Tho noted shows of Walhico and John Robinson aro heading this way. They will bo in North Carolina in Ootobor. On Soptonibor SJ, 11)00 Wilmington recotvoiJ 8,300, bales of cotton. On ; September 1001 tho rno-jipt? Av eft 9.16 bales. ^"^n? condition of President Mc Kinley is indeed vory gratifying and his p'ly.-sioiaus hope for spec ly recov ery. There will bo n big rally of Con* federate Veterans nt Red Springs next Thursday lOlh. Every body invited, to come willi u basket of good dinner. Georgie claims tho colo red man who blooded the face of tho mitti who shot President McKinley last Friday. At Lexington, fiiiss., Tuesday night Mooroo li i ich ford ?nd Spen cer Wright, colored fought a duel with sh...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 13 September 1901

BENNBTTSYILLE, S. 0. HY fc. A. nu co WI* & co. OJJlco IFest of Court House. Fiidoy Sopb 13,19?1. MAUI ON DISTRICT APPOIN WENTS. Tullin Ho un u - \V. 0. P/owKlt, i?, B. Olio nuil noillah, Clio, August 17,18 Mo'Joll & BcnnoltHvllhi Milli, MoColl, (night) August 18,19 Bonnottaville Stn, (nigh!) 23,25 HrlghtHvSUo, Boykin, 24,25 llonuottRvllht ot., lioauty Spot, (af tor noon) 25,26 Blonhoim ot, Aug, 31, Bent 1 North Marlboro, Shiloh, (aflat noon) Sept 1,2 .?N'.J 1 "JJ U Our Towr Gorvcrnmcnt, MAYOR-C. S McCall Ai'OKKMKN--j . Frank Breeden, (J; IO. F.xum, John T. Douglas, \V. S. Howe. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin. Office open daily. Poi .ICE -J. II. Moore. Marlboro County Officers. SllKlUlT -J. H. Creen CbKUK OK Ci.KRK-J. A. Druko JuixiK OP I'UOHATH-M. MoLuuriu OouoNKR-0. V. (Covington H Ul? KIWI so 11-M. 10. Coward Sin?!'. ?OD?OATION-W, L. Stanton TIIKASDIM?H --J. II. Thomas A Ul) ITO tl-10. S. Carlisle SKNATOR-KIIOX Livingston HBPRKSGNTAT1VKS-J. C. Dunbar, J. 0. Campbel...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 13 September 1901

VALUE OF MILLS. The Stat? Board Oomplotes Ifs Important Wok. NO NOTEWORTHY INCREASE, Except In th? County ot Richland Tho Complete Statement of all Classes cf Mills. Tho Stato board of equalization ohargod with tho fixing of nsooaamonta for taxation on ootton mill, oil mill, fortilizor faotory, hoaiory mill and tm oh property. In making tho aasonarnontf! tho board adhoarod to its adopted plan of fixing tho valuation at 60 por o ont of tho markot valu? of tho bonds ard stocks. Tho work waa very arduous. In tho fltatomont of tho ootton milln published bolow sovoral mills will bo found wit)? no figuros givon. This is booauao of tho faot that work has just bet-n started on thoso millo and tho proporty is for this yoar being oroated aa roal proporty on tho books of tho sovoral county auditors. Ono or two milla had not sont in their sworn atatomonta aa to Btook and hondo. Thoao woro aaaoasod on tho figuros provioualy roturnod by thopo milla, the tit) por cont, basia be ing applied. Bolow ...

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. — 13 September 1901

VALUE OF MILLS. J The State Board Completes Ifs Important Woik. NO NOTEWORTHY INCREASE. Except In the County ot Richland The Complete Statement of all Clnst?s tf Willi. Tho Stato board of equalization ohargod with tho fixing of nsaoesmonts for taxation on ootton mill, oil mill, fortilizor faotory, hosiery mill and Buoh property. In making tho as?ossmont? tho board adhoarod to its adopted pinn of fixing tho valuation at GO por o ont of tho markot valu? of tho bonds ard atooka. Tho work was vory arduous. In tho j stateroom of tho cotton mills published bolow Bovoral mills will bo found with no figures givon. This is booauso of tho faot that work bas just been started on thoso mille and tho property is for this yoar being oroatod as roal property on tho books of tho sovoral county auditors. Ono or two mills had not sont in their sworn atatomontB aa to ?took and honda. Thoso woro asscs&od on tho figuros previously roturnod by thoso milli), tho 00 por cont, basis be ing appliod. Bolo...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 September 1901

" 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. EMMA GOLDMAN. "Qunon ot Anarchist?," Arrested In Chicago. SHE 16 INDIFFERENT. Sha 8ay8 Sh? Knows Nothing About tho Assassin or As sassination of tho President. Kinma Goldman, thoannrohiflt quoon, undor whoso rod bannor Loon Czolgosz olaims ho st?nde, whoso words ho olaims fired his heart and his brain to attempt tho assassination of tho presi dent, was arrested in Cb io ago, on Wcd norday. of last week. Sho diaolnimod all but tho slightest acquaintance with tho prosidont's as sailant; sho doniod absolutely that sbo or anaiobiots sho know woro iniplioatod ia any plot to kill tho proBidcnt. ?She said sho bolievod Otolgoaz aolod on Uroly on hie own robponsibility and that ho novor ol ai in cd. to havo boon in spired by hor, as, ho is quoted ta af firroiog. Tho preeidont, sbo averred, with a yawn, was an insignificant boiug to- ho...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 September 1901

Al ?ar ,lDo Thou Liberty Great. Inspiro Our Souls and Make Our Live?. in'&Phy Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence." VOL. XXVI BENNETTS VILLE, S, m FRIDAY, SEPTEM IVER 20, 1901. NO 38 EMMA GOLDMAN. "Queen ot Anarchiste," Arrestad in Chicago'. SHE 18 IN DIF F ? R E N T. She Says ?h?i Knows M >thirg About tho Aaaaasin or As assalnnticn cf tho Pr?sident. IO Ul m S Goldman, tho annrohisl <i".con, undor whoso rod banner Lion CzolgOFZ olaitna ho stands, whoso words ho olaiuiB lircd bia heart and bis brain to attempt tho assassination of tho presi dent, was arresto! tn Chicago, on Wcd nonlay of last week. Sho dtsolaimod ail .butibo slightest acquaintance with thc president's as Bailant; sho dcuicd absolutely that alic or anaicniatH oho knew wcro implicated ia any plot to kid tho president. She Baid sho bolievod Cr.olgosz ao.od en tirely on his own responsibility and that ho novor claimed to havo been in spired by ber, as, bo is quoted rs af firming. Tho pr...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 September 1901

" 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. EMMA GOLDMAN. "Quoon ot Anarchist?/' Arrested In Chica?/o. SHE 18 INDIFFERENT. 8he Bays 8ho Knows Nothing About tho Assassin or As sassination of tho President. Emma Goldman, thoannrohist q'toon, undor whoso rod bonner Loon Czolgoez claims ho standp, whoso words ho olaims fired his heart and hin brnin to attompt tho assassination of tho prosi dont, was arrosttd in Chicago, on Wed nofday of last week. Sho disolaimod all but tho slightest noquaintanoo with tho prosidont's ns sailaut; sho denied absolutoly that sho or anarchists sho know woro implicated ia any plot to kill tho prosidont. Sho Baid sho boliovod Utolgosz aotod on tiroly on his own robponsibility and that ho novor olaimcd to havo boon in spired by hor, as, ho is quotod ts af firming. Tho prosidont, sho averred with a yawn, was an insignificant boiug to hor, a moro hu...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 September 1901

Af. A. lilli) WN - - - ICtlUov. Friday Sopt, 13 1901, Sui)Hciltitlon Pilco: Ono your.$1.00 Six months.50 Thi'GO months.25 r EN AND netti so rt c il A J 'MS 4{'i)i,0 Vi? "bibi dpoioorttlki Mute <!::. ('OiltivO eoinuiilt?o Ima decided ?igainsl j ??nt d?balos; They ito mci '' harm (linn ?boil ami innltc low convins, Czolgos/., thu anarchist who assassinated tho presido nt, hails .Vom Pul?D1I -Prussia. Dr. 10. A. Wehster, well known ns the leader of tiie Cr. (). P., in (Iiis this Stute, died on Tuesday* Tho south will not forget (hat ono of tho lilit ac ta ol' President McKinley holbro bowns shutdown was to bunt up our hero Hobseu, and shake hands with him. Tho funeral service a of President McKiuloy which were begun on Mon day nt Buffalo, then at Washington wore concluded al Can ton, Ohio Thurs day al noon. Tb? cotton boll worin and other posts aro putting ?t) ?orne' savage work in Texas, lu sentions where a two-third crop was expected, now only a fourth will bo harves ted. Tho cott...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 September 1901

? DtPrJTji?irnrTiQ-WTT T "fi' Q n ?V ?. A. minwiv & co. Ofllvo West of Court House. ; Fiiday Sept 13,1901. ?HM Ml ll i I -KUJ?. I, ll ! ".i, MI i am-i-n tttm MARION DISTRICT APPOIN I Mt NTS. THIRD HOUND -W. 0. POWER, i?. rc V Olio rind Boulah, Olio, Align?t 17,1 S Mo3oll & Honuuitsvilln Mill*, M0C0II, (night) AngiHt 18,19 liOimoUrivIllo Stn, (night) *325 >^ K?rightavlIlo, Boykln, 24.25 iJonnettavlHo ot, fcoauty Spot, (afternoon) ?5>?(>] ?'i Monheim ot, A?t?. 3?. Sept 1 iMorft Marlboro, Shiloh, (afternoon) Sept 1,2 Ow !7W? Gorvernmcnl. . MAYOR-C. S. McCall Al DERM EN-J. Frank Breeden, C. JO. Kxum, Jolm T, Douglas, \V. S. Howe, ' CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc laurin. Oflice open daily. POLICE-J. H. Moore. Marlboro County O?oers, SilKRilW - J. B. Oreen CLERK OV Ol.Kttk-J. A. Drake j HOOK OK PRORATE--M. MeJ/.iurhi CORONER-C. V. Covington SUPERVISOR-M. M. Coward Surr. KpuOATlON-W. \i. Stanton TREASURER -.J . II. Thomas AUDITOR-M. S. Carlisle SK NATO it-Knox Livingston ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 September 1901

K?ft?? - CHA?AtffM ( * Folly of Allowing Forebodings of ; . Evil to Influence Action? t . I)r. Tnlmnnre In III? Sermon Declaren tito Lifo of IQvcvy Mun, AVoinun mid Child t<> Do Closely } Uuder Divino Cnro. I _ [Copyright, 1901, by Louis Ktopsch, N. Y.] Washington, Sept. 8. I In this dlscourso 3->r. Tallunga olio wu tho folly of allowing forebod ings to influonco us and how expec tation of evil weakens and destroys. Text, Matthew 6:31: .'SillUoiont unto the day is tlio evil thereof." Tho lifo of overy man, woman nnd child IR US closely under Divine eure as though such person were, tho only man, woman or child. Thero arc no accidents. As thero is u law of storms in tho natural world, so thoro is a law of trouble, a law of disaster, a law of misfortune; but tho majority of tho troubles of lifo aro imaginary, and tho most of thoso anticipated never come. At any rate, thero is no cause of domplaint against God. Seo how much Ho has done to mako you happy, lils sunshine filling t...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 27 September 1901

" 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. bUlLND IN CREPE, Mourning on Every House and In Eyory Heart AT THE PRESIDENTS HOME. dad Soones at Oanton* Arrival bf Funeral Train tho Sig nal fer Ni on and Wo mon to Weep. . ?(ti . ' .. Tenderly end rovorontly those who h ml known William AMoKinloy boat ro ooivod Jiia martyred body into thoir arma at bia old homo, (Janton, Ohio, Wednoflday. They had forgotton tho Illustrious oaroor of tho statooman in tho lesa of a groat poraonal friond who had grown doaror to thom with tho paso ing of tho yoarfl. Thoy hardly notiood tho prosidont of tho United St a toa or tho gonerals and admirais in thoir ro nplondonto uniforma. Tho beautiful flag drapod onakot whioh contained tho bouy ot thoir friond and fellow towns man hold all thoir thoughts. Ito bad loft them two wooks ago in tho fuii tide of tho strength of a glorious man hood and the...

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