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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 27 September 1901

U.^'fimtKm ' TJiVi vi' ?fMi.viWi*! ? ......... ? -wy ??? /tn>rir ID JU... y. CT? A? M*JL*\S rr xi - - - *ui?*<<v** Friday Sept, 27 1901, Subscription Tricot Ouo year.$ 1.00 Six mouths.50 Three months, T?.25 "PENANDSCISSOnailAPJIS Alabama's now Constitution will cost $152,000. So far as tho testimony in tho oourt of inquiry sooms to go Sobioy's way. A poaohor shot at tho archduke Frodoriok of Austria on Saturday. Tho shot grazed his arm but did not wound him. Editor Clark Howell of tho At lanta Constitution has purchased W. A. Homphill's interest in tho paper, thus giving him control. Ohoraw has organized a door and sash company. N. T. Cobb is prosidont and treasurer, and Harrington Godfrey secretary. Tho second annual meeting of tho South Carolina Conforonco Woman's Homo Mission Sooioty will bo held in Columbia Ootobor -??-20. Tho election iu 7th District points to Lover, who was the private Secre tary for Congressman Stokes, The public will not suffer. Lawyer Dill of Green...

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. — 27 September 1901

8? A. BliOWN - - - Editor. Friday Sept, 27 1901, Subscription Prlcos One year.? 1.00 Six months.50 Throo months...25 "PENAND SOISSORORAPHS Alabama's new Constitution will cost $162,000. So far as tho testimony in tho court of inquiry seems to go Soliley's way. A poacher shot at tho archduke Frodoriok of Austria on Saturday. Tho shot grazed his arm but did not wound him. Editor Clark Howell of tho At lanta Constitution has purchased W. A. Homphill's interest in tbe | papor, thus giving him control. Oho raw has organized a door and sash company. N. T. Cobb is president and treasurer, and Harrington Godfrey secretary. Tho socond annual meeting of tho South Caroliua Conference Woman's Homo Mission Society will bo hold in Columbia October 20. Tho election in 7th District pointu to Lover, wbo was tbo private Secre tary for Congressman Stokes, Tho public will not Huller. Lawyer Dill of Greenville says the statues of South Carolina affix a penalty of $10 or 30 days for killing bullbats. The...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 27 September 1901

'\ KJ^ETO VILLE, S, O, j ?ITP fl. A. ??OWN & CO. i) ?Fcsi o/ Couri J louse. ."?..'w.;^?...,...i.,,.".M.t<.,..w, day Supt 27, 1901. MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS*. " i urun ROUND->\V. C. POWBR, I\ E. OHo and Boulab, Clio, August 17,18 t?o?ol) $ BoDUottevIUo Milk, j MoOoll, (night) August 18,19 UomwlV* jilo Sta, (night) 23,25 HrighUvill?, ttoykin, 24,25 ?oimott.HvIllo ot, Beauty Spot, (afternoon) 25,26 W?nlioim ob, Aug, 31, Sept 1 ifoith Marlboro,-Shiloh, (afternoon) Soot 1.2 Our Town Gorverliment. MAYOR-G. S. McCall .j ADUERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, O. K. fsKulin, John T. Douglas. W. S. Howe. CiKRv; & TREASURER-Milton Mc* Lauri-.. Oflice open dally. . POLICE-J. H. Moore, At?rlboro Oounty Officers. \ l?iir UIPF-J. B. Oroon (li mic av OI.V.UK-J. A. TirnVo 13 o\ PiiouATE-M. MoLaurlu v.r. 0. F. Covington fi] N iv -M. li. Onward ~ ! RATION--W. IA Stanton . H Thoma? ftiti- Iv B. OariU? . rou-- 'Knox livingston . Jti i'UESKNrATiVES-J. 0. Duubar, J. j \ Ctuupbell, ll. L. Freeman. ?\...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 27 September 1901

BE ENTERS A DENIAL. Sermon Re&nrding tho Diminishing of Sunday Audiences. Dr. Tnlmnae Prc?cnt? Somo Hard VaotH Shuwtnv That Churoli At teudnnae In Amorloa IM Not I Au DuuKiknuu, {Copyright, 1001, by J-ouls Klopsen. N. Y.J Washington, Sept. 15. Mont encouraging to all Christian workers is this discourse of Dr. Tal mage whilo denying tho-accuracy of statistiou which represent Sunday au dience? as diminishing. Text, He brews 10:2fi, "Not forsaking the as sembling of ourselves together." Startling statements have been made In many of the pulpits and in some of tho religious newspapers, lt is heard over and over again that church at tendance lu America is in decadence. I deny the statements by presenting nomo hard facts. No ono will dispute tho fact that there aro more churches in America than ever before, one de nomination averaging two new churches overy day of tho year. Thc law of domand and supply is ns inex orable in tho kingdom of God as it is tn tho world. Moro churches suppli...

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

"Do Thou Liberty Qreat; Inspire. Our Souk and Make Our Live* in Thy Potwsasion Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence." VOL. XXVI B?NNETTSVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 4, 1901 m 40 SENTENCE PASSED. Gzolgosz to Dio During Latter Part of Ootcbsr. HE GOULD NOT WHUPF.K. Realization o? His Awful Predica mani Just Bo o on*, to bo Coming to Him. Tho Seena In Court A dispatohfrom Buffalo, IN. ||. says Loon F. Uzolgoez, tho assassin ( Pros* ?dont McKinley, was Thursday aftornoon sontonood to bo olootro outed in Auburn Stato prison duiing tho week beginning Oot. 28, 1901. Boforo sontonoo was passed, tho as sassin ovidonoed a dosiro to spoak, but ho oould not got his voioo abovo a whispor and his words woro ropoatod to tho court by his OOUUBOI. "Thoro was no ono olso but mo," tho prisonor said in a ?hispor. ".No ono oiso tobi mo to do it and no ono paid mo to do it. ? was not told anything about tho or i ino and 1 novor thought anything about that util a oouplo of days before I com...

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

?55524. Friday Sept, 27 1901, Subscription Prioot Ono year.'.$ 1.001 Six months. ,50i Three monti is. .25 J'EN AND SCTSSOM GWAPH& A cofli rt factory of 50 coffins a day hus boon started at Camdon. Tho South Carolina Conforonco moots in Columbia in Novombor. Tho Stato Baptist convention moots in Fl oro ii co iu Docombor. Winthrop Normal Collogo opens next wo ok and tho young ladies aro preparing to loa YO. Tho peoplo of niaoteou Russian 'provincos aro now taoing starva tion on account of failure of crops. J?-Tho military guard at the tomb 'of President McKinley, at Canton, ' Ohio, claim to have been attacked Sunday night by two mon-ono with a sharp kuifo. It is said that those who want Senator McLaurin's shoes have stopped tho public meeting busi ness and aro now on still hunts for tho placo. Senator McLaurin has boon in vited to address the Cotton spin nors convention at Atlanta on tho 14th of November, and has accept ed. His subject will be "The Ex tension of our Foreign Trade....

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

fi?? MARLBORO DEMOCRAT j BENNB?TSYILLE, S, O, I?Y S. A, IfiKCO w?r & co. Office Weat of Court House* Fiiday Sep1, 27,1901, /;M^)?N .DISTRICT APPOI? TMENTS. ' , Tun?) HOUND-W. O. POWER, p. E. Olio and Beulah, Olio, Auguet 17,18 MoC'oll & Bounottevillo Mill?, . Mo Coll, (night) August 18,19 Ho.mottBviilo Stu, (ulght) 23,25 Brightavillo, Boykiu, 24,25 BounottavlUo ot, Beauty Spot, (afternoon) 25,26 l?lonh?iin ot, Aug. 31, Sept 1 Noah Marlboro, Shiloh, (afternoon) Sopt 1,2 Our Toiun Oorvcrnment, MAYOR-C. S. McCall ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, O, B. Exum, John T. Douglas, W. S. Ilowe. ?LEKK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Lnurin. Office open dally, POLICE-J. H. Moore. j Marlboro County O?ioers. ' SIIBIUFF-J. B. arc?n . ULEIUC OF CLERK-J. A. Drako ? .lunas OF PRORATE-M. MoLaunu OOUONBR-O. F, Uovington .SUPERVISOR-M. IC. Coward SUPT. ICDUOATION-W. L. Stanton '.?'REASURER-J. II. Thomas AUDITOR-IC. S. Carlisle SENATOR-Kuox Livingston lUnmBSKNTATiVES-J. C. Dunbar, J. (). Campbell, ll. li. Fre...

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

Dr. Talmago Commends Good Fcol- j lng Among Mankind. i Rtentlon* Illustrious IfixnuivlttH In III? 1 . ltriuon~Tbe Umuo of Kortflvo I non? M UludueiM * Mn? uUluout WO?U, [Copyright, 1001, by Louts Klopsoh, N. T.J Washington, 8**t. VA In this discourse Ur. Talinago coin monda tho spirit o? amity nnd good r. feeling and mention* illustrious oxasi ples o? that spirit; U'xt, Acts, 34:2, "Tho barbarous peoylo showed us no little kindness." Hero wo oro on tho island o? Malta, . another unmo\Vo> Melita. Thia island, which has always been an important commercial center, belonging- at dif ferent times to Phoenicia, to Urooee, to Home, to Arabia, to Spain, to Frunce, now belongs to Kugluttdt The urra of the islands is IOU s qi mr o miles, lt is In tlie Mediterranean sea and of such olarlty of atmosphere that Mount Aetna, 130 miles away, can bo distinct ly see?. Tho island ls gloriously mem orable becauso tho knights of Malta for a long while ruled lhere, but most famous because of the apost...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 October 1901

Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy ??'osaes8ion Happy, or Our Deaths Grlorioue in Thy Just Defence." VOL. XXVI BKNNI5TTSVILLE, S, C./F11IIMY;GGT0BER, 18, 1901. SCHLEY IN BATTLE. Quna Nevar Stopped Firing as Brooklyn Mad* Her Loop. THE FIQHT DESCRIBED, Ther Texas Wa? Not Endangered a regular field day in tho cow \ of on quiry. Tho ohiof nit noon Tritton apt Hodgaon, tho oxcoutivo ifiioor of tho Brooklyn during tho battlo oil Santiago. Ho was a star witncaa for Sohloy. Mr. llaynor began his oroas examina tion by asking Mr. Hodgson wbother tho Mnrblohoad had haili d tho Brook lyn when tho two vcastU passed caoh other AB tho Brooklyn wa? on her way to Cionluvgoa. Tho witness replied in tho negativo. Tao examination then turned n pon ovonta about Oiouluegos and in rojply to Mr, Raynor's uquiry Hod&bou de tailed theoo at lougui. Commander Hodgon said in reply to thoso question? tnat ho had econ tho lights on tho ahoio at Uieutuegof*, Vf hi oh were after...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 October 1901

ti. A. 11ROWN - - - Editor. Friday Ootober 18, 1901, Subscription Trice t Ono year.....$ 1.001 Six mouths.BO I -Three months.25 PEN AND 8CISSORQRAPH8 Court in in scs?ion at Marion. Colorado in having a snow storm Tho oom orop of 1901 is tho lowost on record. The sugar rofiuorios aro at war and tho price lins boen reduced. The physicians who attended president McKinley want a foe of I $100,000. Czolgosa says ho ia pro pa rod to clio-ho said ns much tho day he V shot tho President. Winthrop Normal Collogo is again overrun in spite of a big] addition to tho dormitory. Tho Haleigh Fair opons next Tuosday. Tho fair at Columbia opons on tho 28th. Judge Aldrich is holding Court in Bloronco this wook-the juries were not questioned. Tho exhibits of tho navy and war departments at B?llalo will bo sent to tho Charleston exposition. Society Hill sustains a great' loss in tho (loath of Mrs. Theodore Sompayrao whioh occurred on the 7 th. Tho celebration of the centeu-l nial of the S. C. College i...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 October 1901

BENN??TTSYILLE, S. 0. UV S. A? ?KOWN & CO. ?ifftce Wost of Court House. Fiiday Ootober 18, 1901. MARI?N DISTRICT?APP?tNiMENTS, FOURTH ROUND-W. 0, Pow an, P. R. Olio and Beulah, Bouluh, - Oct 19 UonuottBvillo ot, MoOoll, Oot 20,21 R?oOoll & Bonuottovillo Mills, ^ Bocca, Oot 22 Brlgbtovlllo, Antiooh, Oot 26,27 North Marlboro, Oot 27,28 Bounottsvlllo Sta, Nov 2,3 Manheim ct, Nov. 3,4 Our Town Gorvcmment. MAYOR-C. S. McCall AI.DERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, 0. E. Exum, John T. Douglas, VV. S. Howe. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc laurin. Ollice open daily. POLICE-J. H. Moore. S . - . Notice of Court. NOTICE is horeby givon that the Court of General SCBSIOUO for tho County of Marlboio will oouveno at Bonnottavillo on ?ho Third Monday in Novombor vising tho (Sth day thotoof) 1901, auil tho Court of Uommon. Pleas on the Weducsday next following said Third Moridoy in Novorabor hoing the 20th day thereof) 1901, at Bon? lottnvlllo in and for tho county of Marlboro md Slate of South Carolina...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 October 1901

RELIGION EXALTED. Dr. Talniage Draws a Sermon from tbo Words of Job. plidourao on tho Latter's COWMUVISOU . ot Rolltflou mi tl tko Uouutiiul t Crystal-I'OWC? of tu? ?-Go?i>ol. [Copyright, 1901, by Louis Klopsen, N. T.J Washington, Oct. 6, ! The cherin of on exulted religion is by Dr. Talmoge lu this discourse il lustrated and commended; text, Job, Rb: 17: "The crystal cannot equal it." Many of the precious Btoncs of the Bible have como to prompt recognition. But for tho present 1 take up tho less tvalunblo crystal. Job, in my text, compares saving' wisdom with a speci anov. of topaz. An infidel chemist or ?Mineralogist would pronounc/i tho lat her worth more than the former, but Job makes an intelligent comparison, looks at religion and then looks at the orystal and pronounces thc former RS of far superor vuluo to tho latter, exclaiming, in the words of my text: "The crysta' cannot equal il." . Kow, lt is not a part of my scrmonio Cosign i to depreciate tho crystal, (whether it b...

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. — 25 October 1901

"Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Onr Souls and Make Our wiw is Thy Podisssici Happy, er Our Deaths Glorious ia Thy Just B??eas*. " YOL. XXVI BENNETTSV1LLE, S, C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 25,1901. NO 43 SCHLEY ON; DECK. Th? Brooklyn's Oommondor on tho Witness Stand, HE TELL? AORAPHIC STORY. Oapt. Cook Assumed Responsi bility for His Ship's Famous Loop. (ichlev Bravo and Patriotic. 'Oapt. Franois A. Gook, who oom mandod tho Brooklyn during tho San tiago campaign, and who aotod, though unofficially, in tho oapaoity of ohiof. of ataff for tlio oonnuodoro, was tho tir?t Witnosa introduced for Sohloy ia tilt? court of enquiry laut week. Giving tho rossons for tho doparturo of tho flying iquudron for Oionfuogoa, (/?p1. Dook raia UKI squaurou had boon sont to that port "to intercept and aacot tho Spanish tquadron, il baviug boen determined, as nt behoved ul that timo, by them to moke Oionfuo^oa thoir objeotivo point." Ho hud understood thut tho Spanish Hoot or<rritd munitions of war foi Habana, ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 October 1901

655S?3 -v-v ^-L tf. /I. BROWN - - - Editor, Friday Ootobor 25, 1901, **"-?-- 1 _ j - ? H Subscription Price I Ouo year.$1.00 Six months.50 Throo months.25 PEN AND 8CI8SOR&RAPH8 Judge Buchanan will opon court at Darlington noxt week. Blind Tom tho groat negro piano player, is again on tho road, and will be in our town to- j morrow night. Tho Fair at Columbia opousj noxt Monday. Tho city is already full of fakirs anti visitors willhavo to watch for them. Tho tea raised io South Carolina is said to bo tho finest ia the world. Thon why not stop paying freights from China. Tho grund jury of Marion coun ty havo found a shortage iu tho accounts of tho VJX Auditor and K v 'Treasurer of ?3,000, Hampton cohn ty had a ly Hob ing U'lidft) ti i ghi-u|ci4or6dfcr?i)t.ip (or burglary and firing on l.ho j judy ol' the house. . Baker Gasquo of Mullins had lils oyso shot out recently trying trying to soaro tho family of a colored man. Tt proved a very cosily piece ol Cu ti. Uobbo r?. blow rpo i 'h...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 October 1901

BENHETTSY?LLE; S. 0, nv ?. A. imo WN & CO. O/yit?o Fros* of Court Uouse, .<,<.?<.>?.?.?<..>.??.?>,.?,(.,,.>,.?',.l<il<u'H*li>l,Matv Fiiday Ootober 26, 1901, MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS. . FOURTH ROUND-W. 0. POWER, P. B. Olio and Boulai?, Beulah, Oot 19 ! BcmiottBvlUo ot, .MoColl, Oot 20,21 Mo'Jbll & Bonuottevlllo Mills?, Borea, Oot 22 ; Brlgbtaviilo, Antioch, Oot 26,27 North Mnvlboro, Oct 27,28 l? Bonhottovillo Sta, Nov 2,3 |; Blenheim Ot, Nov. 3,4 '?fto??emmmrt? iti nn??itt 11? m\III? itmi*'>^>?!ll^f!l!?^!^!l?^ ; Our Town Oorvemment. MAVOH-C. S. McCall ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, 0. E. Ex tim," John T.-Douglas, VV. S. Howe. CLERK & TREASURER-MiUor* Mc .: Laurtn. Office open daily. Poi.?Cit-J. H. Moore. ISTotiG? of Court. ^jjrib:'viO? i? h.-u-hy <r.-??n tu-.? \\ < 0'.?u?l |)j o- .. "'..I .? r th?i :tp . ?|y ? ? . Vyl^vo >YULj?; 'fin nt d<<- or* "'vt?i'e 'i'i.'?fV. 1 .iiii" Ndvordoav vhchi?j Lb.? 1 '. <?d't1. .1... ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 October 1901

65534 'tfSt?Stffi ii in iVi'i V irmn.ii.ni EVILS OF THE NIGHT Pr. Talmage Pointe A Warning to i the Unwary. Tho WeU-Known PrenoIi?rUeMorlboa Borne of the Socnea Vii nt May Mo -\Vltue*?od A?tcr Marli-Tin?? of Grent Temv'tntton. tCopyrlght, WI, by Louis Klopsch, N. Y.] * Washington, Oct. 13. , In thl? discouru? Ur. Taluiage dc .oribes ?orno of the scones to bo wit nessed lato at night in tho great eit le? ?nd wams the unwary of many peril?; text. Isaiah 21, ll: "Watchman, what of tho night?" When night came down on Babylon, Nineveh and Jerusalem they needed careful watching; othorwiso the incen diary'? torch might have boen thrust into tho very heart of the metropolitan splendor, or onomies, marching from tho hill?, might have forced the gates. AU night long, on top of tho wall and In front of tho gates, might bc heard tho measured ?top of the watchman on his Bolltary boat. Silcnoo hung in air, ?ave as some passerby rained tho ques tion: "Watchman, what of tho night?" It ia to me a de...

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

V ??Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy Possession Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Defence.1 .XXVI BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER i, 1901. NO 44 THE FILIPINOS. Ari? they C^panlo of Oovomlng 7 hcm?i?!vo?. WHAT A CONGRESSMAN 0 AY S After Ooing Over to tho Philip pine ta'ands and So?Er<? tho Sro wo Man at Hem?. Oongrossman John V, Shnfrotb, ol' Oolorado, has just returned from iv viaifc to tho Philippine Inland*. Bolow will ho found a statement giving hin obser vations, doming ft om ono of suoh high pomonal oharaolor and no capable of forming a just opinion, hi? words ought to have great weight. Ho Bays! If tho intolligonoo of tho Abiorioans ia to ho taken as tho standard by whioh tho oapaoity for solf-Kovornmout is to bo.dotorminod, thou it is vory doubtful whothor any other pooplo aro oapablo of establishing and maintaining a re publican form of government. Ev* ry country has peoples of high and low ord or of intolligonoo, abd if wo...

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

S, A. BllOWN - - - Editor. Friday November 1, 1901, Subscription Pricet Ono year.1.00 Six months.BO Three months.25 PEN AND 8CI880IIQRAPHS . Dr. Bill rd says tho reorganiza tion of ibo Alliauco is progressing woll. Judge J. 13. lloagan tho. only, mtrvivor of JoiTorson Davis's Cab inet, is roportod vory ill. Nearly all tho business housoa in Lamar Ark., woro burned on tho 24th ult. Loss $150,000. Eorepiiugh ond Sells big BIIOW was in i wreck hr Louisiana Tuesday, and ouo ?;u- load cf ?l?phants got too so, but were poe roc?nturod. . AO ''edd ir..:.!" oak' ot school harts ?nd f?lobo?t ht ko s phi?o at limiter on th?' 12 th io pay ?it", j Congressman Lu vor ; n pointed E. F. IJorndon, a young lawyer of Waltorboro, his private ueorotary. Tho ?oo'ioty of tho Christian Tempor?neo Workers will hold thoir annual convontion in Green ville boginning tho 8th of Nov. Miss Stone, tho missionary is still safe and the ehnncos aro that she will be given up by the bri gands. Crops aro short in Richmo...

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

..?,....?...?.?.?*?.??.#??.?*.? ?. .**..?. ft.?????.* ?,#<%,.%??*, *****%t>u**%*?*. li Y S. A. BROWN & ??. OJJlco i Vost of Court House* ,. Fitday Novouibor 1, 1901, MARION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS. - Fou AT n HOUND -W. 0. POWER, P, K. Olio ned Beulah, Boulub, Cot 19 Uounottsvlllo ob, KnColl, Oct 20,21 . Mnttoll Sr. HonuottsviHo Mills, Boroa, Oct aa " Blightsvillo, Antioch, Oot 36,37 North Marlboro, Oot 37,38 ?onuettsvillo Sta, Nov 3,3 Blouhoim ot, Nov. 3,4 Our Town Gorvemmcnt. MAYOR-C. S. McCall ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, 0. K. Exum, John T. Douglas, W. S. Howe. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc? Laurln. Oflicc open daily. POLICE-J. II. Moore. Notice of Court OTIOB IB horoby glvon that the Oourl , , JoE General SOBBIOUB for tho County of Marlboro will conveuo at Bonnottevlllo on tho Third Monday in Novombor teeing the t8bh day thoroof) 1901, and tho Court of Oomnioa PlcaB on the Wednesday uoxt following enid Third Monday in NoTombor (hoing the 3olh day theroof) 1901, at Bon? n...

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

[A WORD OP MIGHT. Groat Meaning Contained in Text I [of Dr. Talmago's - Sermon. I? Componed of Mut Four Letters U?at I? tho Queen o? Word?-SOIIIOO of Olirlntluu li'uHli-Two Till im ? io Uellove. Wopyrlghl, 1901, by Louis Klopsch, N. T.] Washington, uct. 20. In thia discourse Dr. Ttthnngo calla fill people to . gladness ",ul ?l)ens uU (tho doora of expeotancy; texts, Qen csls vi., 18, "Come;" Revelations xxil., .(17, "Come." Importai, te nd cy- and all persuasive Ks tho word "Come." Six hundred and eeventy-oight times it is found in tho iSor?ptureff. lt stands nt the front ffato of tho Ululo as in my first text, nvitlug antediluvians into Noah's ark, and it atauds at tho other gate of tho tBiblo ha in my second text, Inviting [tho posldiluvian? of nil later ages into the ark of a Saviour's mercy. "Como" is only a word of four let ters, but it ls tho queen of words, ?nd nearly tito entire nation of Kng* v?llsh vocabulary bows to its scepter. Ut ls an ocoan into which empties 10, 000 r...

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