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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 November 1901

Mar moci VOL. XXVI .Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives iii Thy I'o^seeMon Happy, or Om Deaths Glorious in Thy Jua* Defence." BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8, 1901 NO 45 CZOLGOSZ DIES. Said He Was Nit Sorry for His Orlm*. DEATH CAME QUICKLY. Within Four Minutes from tho Timo Ho L?ft Coll Ufo Was " Extnncr. . Tho Currant Twico Applied. Leon Fi Czolgoez, rourdorcr of Presi dent William MoKiuloy, pa'd tho pcu alty oxaottd by l?w at twolvo minutes and thirty seconds after sovon o'oloek Tuoaday morning, Ootobor 29, for lue orimo. Ho waa ohookod to death by 1,700 voltB of ilcotrioity. Ho wont to tho oh a ir in cxaotly tho samo manner ts havo tho majority of murderers in this state, showing no particular oign of foar, but in feet doing what but fow of thom havo over done, talking to tho witnossos whilo ho wau bciug strapped to tho ol'iiv. "I kilh d tho prcsidont booauao ho .Was an onomy of good propio, of good working people I am not sorry for tho crime" The...

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. — 8 November 1901

s. 4* BRO war -. - - jsaitor.l Friday November 8, 1901. es Subscription frico : Ono year.$ 1.00 Six months. "50 .Throo mouths.25' PEN AND SCISiSOnQRAPHS Dr. Ensor lins been reappointed postmaster nt Columbia. jj Tho S. ?. Conforonco moots in Columbia on tho 2tth. Judgo Bonot is spoken of as a candidato for tho U. 8. Sonata. Presidont Roosovolt hos issued his thanksgiving proolamatiou for tho 28th. Cards aro out announcing tho marriage of Miss Margaret Carri gan of Society Hill and Rov. Jas A. Wilson at Dillon. Tho French aro not waiting for Thanksgiving for their Turkey. Three of tho principal ports have boen seized. Proaident W. D. Evans says while tho receipts at tho Stato Fait* this year were behind last year thoy will pay exponeos. President Roosevelt and wife cabinet with others fjoiu Washing-j ton will visit thc Charleston Expo sition. Tho stores o? Mack Morris and A. A. Murphy and tho residence of tho Misses Welch woro burned at Mayesville Sunday morning believed to bo "work ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 November 1901

nu ty ili?llLDUil BENHE?TSYILLB, S. O, BY jg, A. H.U?HVft 4% CO. .?..<.v...--~ 0//?ot> fPcsf o/ Coure House. Fhdoy Noveniher 8, 1901, Owr Toion Gorvemmcnt. MAYOR.-C. S. McCall ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C. E. Ekum, John T, Douglas, W. S. Rowe. CLERK & TREASURER?-Milton Mc laurin. Oflice open daily. POLICE-J. II. Moore. Marlboro County Officers. SHERIFF-J. B. Groen CLERK OE CLERK-J. A. Drako JUDGE OP PROBATE-M. MeLaurin CORONER-C. F. Covington SUPERVISOR-M. IQ. Coward 8UP:C>KDUOA.TION-W. L. Stanton _?TVBASVRER-J. H. Thomas * AUDITOR-13. S. Carlislo SENATOR-Knox Livingston REPRESKNTATIVES-J. 0. Dunbar, J. 0. Campbell, lt. L. Freeman. r. i i ? i l'Ut! Directory of Benncttsville Lodges CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, K. ol P.^mcots ovcry Monday ovouiug at 7.30 o'olock. W. Turlington, C. 0. 0. J. Lido, K. of II. & 8. MARLBORO LODGE NO. 88, moots at Honocttavillo, Friday ovoning, on or bo* Toro oaoh full moon at 8 o'clock. J. F. Kionoy, W. M. J. T, Dudley, Seorotary. y-?MM? ? ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 November 1901

STRANGE INFLUENCES We Are Often Affected by Forcoa We Seldom Recognize. Dr, Tnlnmuto Bulantes Vuou Hum*:? Accountability In HU Sormott tonio ?rcnt S?irprUOe ot ' tho Now World, ICopyrlKht, 1901, by Louis Klopsoh, N. Y.J Washington, Out. 27. In this discourso Dr. Tulinago dem. ouBtrutcs that wo oro ulteotod by iorcos that wo seldom rocotfijize aIul ?nlargoa upon human accountability; tho text is Job 38:31: "Canst thou bind tho Bweet influences of Plei ades?". What is tho meaning of that ques tion that Qod put to Job? Have we all our lives been reading it und uro moat of us ignorant of ita beauty und power and practical suggestive ness? A meaningless passage- of "Sorlpturo many thought it to bo. Dut tho tolescopcs worn busy ago otter ago and astronomical observations kopi on questioning tho skien until the meaning of my text conies out lustrously. The Piolados ls a con etollation of aeren stars appearing to tho naked eye, but sc len tillo instru ments reveal more than 400 properly bel...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 November 1901

asr~m H "Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives ii##hy Possesaion Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just Def ance." VOL. XXVI BENNETTSV1LLE, S. C., FgJOAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1901 -fi NO , 46 CONVICTS REBEL. ? o Fotir Hundred United States Civil o ? ? e Prisoners rVKk? a Daun 8 FOR THEIR LIBERTY. ( _ Y \ Only! Twecnty-iix Eacap*. Ons a r is Killed and Five Mon a i i Aro Wounded in tho R Fight. J Oao man was killed, fivo others ? ~ dangerously wounded and 26 dooporato r oonviots oro nt Iorgo, RB a result of a ^ mutiny Thurbday aturncoa at tho sito 0 of tho new .United bialou prison, two j mi?ps Bouthciwt of Loavonworth, Kan., whare.'100 prisoners from iho f?deral j prison, ia obargo cf 30 aimed guards, v wero at work. j c ..When tho troublo began tho robclli- " ou o prisoners had only two revolvers. < These had boca tooiotcd in ono cf thc y walls if tko building by some unknown person. Tho walla aro partly oomplotod j and tho rcmaindor ol tho eito of tho j buildi...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 November 1901

.^??-T tf. A. ISllOWN - - - Editor. Friday November 15,1901, Huijeoriptlon Prices Ono year.$ 1.00 Six months.501 Three months.25 PEN AND 8CIS80RQRAPHS Tho Baptist State Convontiou mo eta iu Eioronco Doc 3. Tho colored State Fair opens at Columbia next Monday. T. li. Covington & Co., of Rock ingham havo gono into bankrupt cy. > Dun reporte thc coat of living now .higher than it has boon ia 10 yo?rs. Then it is time for a change. Senator McLaurtn by invitation will address tho convention of cot ton spinner? at Atlanta to-day. Tho South Carolina Synod met in Charleston Friday. Rov. James Woodrow was elected Moderator. February 12th, 1902, Lincolu's birthday bas been iixod as tho day for tho President and party to visit tho Charleston Exposition. Thornwoll Orphanage bogs to bo romomborod on Thanksgiving day and we know it will be as well as tbs others in the State. The prose and tho pulpit were tho loading factors in walloping both brains and capital in Now 'York on tho 5th. Tho ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 November 1901

www BENNJllTT?VILLE, S, G, ?Y S. A. IIHOWI & ?O, Of?lco Wost of Court House. Fitday Novonibor 15,1001. Our Town Gorvernmcnt. M AYOR-C. S. McCall ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, 0. E. Exum, John T, Douglas, W. 8. Howe. CLERE & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin. Office open dally. POLICE-J. H. Moore. t., .' " ' .?.??, , <<\>ii.? Marlboro Oounty O?oers, . SHERIFF-J. B. Groon i CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. Drake JUDGE OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin . CORONER-0. F. Coviogtou SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward . SUPT. EDUCATION-NV, L. Stauton TREASURER-J. II. Thomas .. AUDITOR-E. S. Carlisle SKNATOR-Knox Livingston RBPRBSKN PATIVES-J. 0. Dunbar, J. 0^0?mpb?Ut ll. li. Freeman. Directory of Bennettsville Lodges CONSOLIDATED LODOE NO. 15, K. ol P., moots ovory Mouday oveuiog at 7.30 o'olook. ' W. Turlington, C 0. 0. J. Lido, IC of II. & S. MARLBORO LODGE No. 88, moots at Bennctt8villo, Friday evening, on or be* lore each full moon nt 8 o'olook, J, F. Kinney, NV. M. J. T, Dudloy, Secretary. County Masonic Dire...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 November 1901

? rn .ii' B?BS?NT" ^ rv A fil? n.t. ti Thni fin Arl nv firll I , T ro ?eturnt? to Bless or Blast Us. this disoourso Dr. Talniago shows that tho good or ovil wo do returns to bless or blast; toxt, Isaiah xi, 22, "lt is ho that sittoth upon tho olrolo of tho oarth." Whilo yet peoplo thought that tho world was flat and thousands of years heforo they found out that it was round, Isaiah, in my text, intiihatod tho shapo of it, God sitting upon tho olrolo of tho earth. Tho most beautiful figuro in all Goorootry is tho oirolo. God iuado tho unlvorso on tho plan of a oirolo. Thero R?O in tho uaturitl world straight lines, augols, parallelograms, diagonals, quadrangles, hut thoto ovi dontly aro uot God's favorites. Al ' most ovorywhoro whoro you hod hi ra goomotrizing you Hud tho oirolo doini x. nant, and if not tho oirolo thon tho ourvo, whioh is a oirolo that di od young. If it had livod long enough, it would havo bcou a full orb, a poriphory. An ellipso id n oirolo prosacd only a lit tlo ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 November 1901

mrnmi ? I c / > i / ? y ! f "Do Thou Liberty ?reut. Inspire Our Soul? and Make Our Lives' in.T&y '.Possession- |tappy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy just Defense '* ? VOL> XXVI m BENNE TTS VI LLE, -S, C., FRIDAY, NpfEMBER 22, 1901. NO. 47 AiR?SCAL'S SCHEME 'ToOoltect Inauranot From Life Insurance Companion, CONFESSES WHENAP^?STED But y Dantas That Ha Murdered Mia Unidantiflod Compan ion Found Dead In an Arkansas Hotel. H Nowell ?. Rathbun, who waa sup posed to havo boon found in a Jeffcr nonvillo, Ind., hotel la?t Thursday weok was arroBtod in Louie ville on Tuesday of laat wook. A cording to Rathbun, tho aorpao whioh waa shipped to Little Hook for burial ac thc body of ll&thbuu waa tho body of VV. L. Tonoyke. Tho iolioo Bay Rathbun has coniioseod todoBortion iiom the Uuitod StatoB army and to having for mod a 'plot'to fraudulently oolloot $1,000 in Buraheo on inn lifo, but that he denies hiving lulled tho min who died in tho Jtfforaonvillo hotel, Rathbun was orrcsto'd...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 November 1901

fi? 'tl 8* A* BROWN - - - EtUtor. Friday November 22,1901, Subscription Pricet Ono yoa^v.......$1.00 bu mouths.50 Throe months..25 COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS NOVKMUUlt TKIIM. *^he court of general sessions convened on Monday at 10 a m. His Honor Judge Buchanan on tho bench. Solicitor Johnson was not long preparing a few bills, which after a brief charge from His Honor, were given to -Ahe Grand Jury and the work oj: te?m bogan. The criminal busi ness tp be disposed of exceeds any fol' years, and the expense of this term will be heavy. The following eases have been disposed of to Thursday noon : Will P. Smith, colorod, plead guilty to the charge of raising a check for a larger amount. Too much learning proved his snare. Sentence 1 year at hard labor and a tine of $1. Jim Stephens, a colored mon, plead guilty to a breach of trust -renting a bicycle and keeping it until made to give it up. His sentence was 9 moths at hard la bpr on ohain gang or penitentia ry. Jame's Viner, a colored boy...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 November 1901

OJ?lco Wost of Court Uouse. Fitttay November 2 ,1901, . yWOBIMaWIIW IIIIBaOBMWWBMWW---?--, Our Town Qorvcrnment. MAYOR-c. S. McCall ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, 0. K Exum, John T. Douglas, W. S. Howe. CLERK SC TREASURER-Milton Mc laurin. Office open daily, POLICE-J. H. Moore. Marlboro County Officers. SHERIFF-J. B. Oreen CLERK OF CLERIC- J. A. Drake ,' JUDQB OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin CORONER-C. F. Covington SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-W, L. Stanton TREASURER-J. H. Thomas . AUDITOR-E. S. Carlislo SRNATOR- Knox Livingston UEPRKSRN PATIVES-J. C. Dunbar, J. C. Campbell, lt. L, Freeman. Directory of Bennettsville Lodges CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, K. of P., moots ?vory Monday ovening at 7.30 o'olook.-' . W. Turlington. 0. 0. C. J. Lido, K. of lt. & 8. MARLBORO LODGE NO. 88, moots at Butinettsvillo, Friday evoning, on or bo? foro oaob full moon at 8 o'olock. J. F. Kinnoy, W. M. J. T, Dudley, Seorotary. County Masonic Directory. MARLBORO CHAPTER NO. 30 II. A. M., moots ut Beuuett...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 November 1901

Ito 8b w? How a Utan Can Ovoi cora? Evil. 1 ID this diaoourso Dr. Talraage do plots the struggle o! aman who doBircs Uber*'!"!! fvtytn tho enthrallmoni of ?vii and shows how ho may bo sot froo; text. Proverbs xxiii, 35: "Whon shall I awako? I will seek it yot again." With an insight into human nature such as no othor mau over had Salomon in thoao words is akotohlug tho montai procesaos of a man who has stopped asido from tho path of rootitudo and would liko ?b roturn. Wishing for sorno ting botter, ho says: "Whon shall I awako? Whon Bholl 1 got ovor this hor rible nightmaro of iniquity ?'But, so?// od upon by unoradioated appotito and pushed donn hill hy his passions, ho crios out: *'Iwillsook it yot again. I will try iConoo morel" About a milo from Prinooton, N. J., th ero is a skating pond. Ono winter day, whon tho ioo was very thin, a far mor living near by wornod tho young men ol tho dan gor of skating at that timo. They all took tho warning oxoopt ono youDg man. Ho, in tho spir...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 November 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. THE NEW DOCTRINE Preached by Senator Mc Lau-in - In FVi w Ye k THE COMMERCIAL AGE. H<? Hoy?. F'.'r*ht*r !??dii?Srlal D?* velopmunt Isiho Ruling Ques> fiori With All Civil z*d Naftlrn?. At tho at nual dinner of tho New York ohombor of oomuuroo bold Tues day cvouing Scoiolary Hny waa tho prinoipal opoakor. Senator John JJ, Moliaurin of South Carolina spoke to tho sentiment: "Tho Monroo dootrino of tho Twontioth oen tury," Tho Bonator doolarod that tho ruling question today with all nations, anet ono to wbiob ?ll political questions aro subordinated is, ''What oan wo doto furthor industrial development ard ob tain substantial'bu*iiuos8 prosperity ?V Sposkiog of tho promulgation by "tho infant republio" of tho Monroo doc trino; ho eoid that "any oth.^r polioy I would have wrookod our govorrjuiont and boon an iniurinountablo ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 November 1901

lil .H.f.??.*.-.* 8.A.&ROWN i. - - Editor. Friday Novembor 29,1901, Subscription rrleo: Ono yoar.$1.00 (Six months.BO Threo months.25 rarscosagcGTi COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS NOYKMIJBU TKHM. Our report last week olosod with tho trial of Will Jacobs for tho killing of one Ransom in July last. Tho Jury wero given tho case at 3 30 Thursday afternoon aud remained out about 4 hours and returnod with a verdict of Manslaughter. Johu James, plead guilty to a vio lati?n of tho Dispensary Law. Jesse Witherspoon, charged with assault with intout to kill, plead guilty to assault.. II. C. Williams, white, charged with breaking into tho etoro of Pipkin & MoCollum at the Colton Mill, and laking a lot of clothing and Jewelry plead guilty. Lonnie Brigraan, white, charged with stealing a hicyclo at MoColl, went to trial and after n hard fight by hiseounsol T.I. Rogers, was acquitted ho having shown that ho got tho wheel from another party. ?~n* Saturday at noon tho conviote .not already souteu...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 November 1901

lijji V . . BENNETTS VILLE, B. 0, ?V ?. A. IS9WWN & CO? Ojjloe West of Court Howe* Fhday November 9,1901. Ow?" 2b NM GrWucnw?etti?, MAYOR-C. S. McCall ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, (J. E. Kxum, John T. Douglas, W. S. Rowe. CLERK. & TREASURER-Milton Mc laurin. Oflice open daily. I'OI.ICE-J. H. Moore. .i^"irrnmiim ,.mmmimmimm.mmimmum ? Marlboro County Officers. St?E?ii'Vrf J. r>. Oreen ' .VMK UP Ci nu;. - .). A. Pr&fco .iypOK f'ttomvri:- M. McLuuriu 'oilONI-:it - C, 1); Covinyjoo . oUPERVLsott-M', E. Coward Su pr. KnucA'i ION-\V. L. Stauten TREASUREU-J. ll. Thomas AUDITOR-E. S. Carlista > .> E N A r o it-Knox J jiv i ii ?atoo HEP RES KN rATt VKS-Jt C. Dunbar, J. O, Cumpbcll, lt. L. Freeth a tn Directory of Bennettsville Ledges ?ONS?blDATED LODGE No. 15, K. of J'., moots overy Monday evening at 7.30 o'elock. W. Turlington, C 0. 0. J. Lido, K. of lt. & S. M AUT.noito LODGE No. 88, meets at H?doctuvill?, Friday evening, on or bo? lore ouch lull moon at 8 o'clock. J....

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 November 1901

In S/Vhioh HQ lutreduoea Hope to the | Invalid and Erring onci, Ia this di?oourso I)r. TV.raago would lift jpooplo outi'of dospondonoy arid briug ?omofchingof futuro joy iuto oarth ly depression. Tho toxt io Hcbrows vi, 19, "Whioh hopo." Thoro is an Atlantic- oooau of dopth and fulluoss in tho verso from whioh my toxt is taken, and I only wado into tho wnvo at tho hoaoh and tako two words. Wo all have favorito words ox proBsivo ofjdolightor abhorronoo, word* that oasily And their way from brain to lip*, words that havo io thom morn ings and midnights, laughior and toan?, thunderbolts and dowdrops. In all tho loxioons and vooabularios thcro aro few words that havo for mo tho attrac tions of tho last word of my text, "Whioh hopo." Thoro havo in tho ooutHo of our life boon many aogols of Qod that havo looked over our shoulders, or mot us on tho road, orohanted thodarknoss away, or liftod tho ourtains of tho groat fu turo, or pullod us baok from tho prooi piooo, or rollod down upon us t...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 13 December 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. A GAY DECEIVER. f hd La*t Escapado of Captain A. N- Freeland", MARRIED A YOUNO GIRL U ntl or an Assumed Nano- New Btlrg Hunted by Dafcctivciv, Having Decamped With Brido'8 J cw ai ry. Alottorfroin Sumter toThoStato, dated D?o. 3, says: Out ou tho -nido AtlauUo, several mouth? ago, a man and woman mot. Tho woman wan young, protty and attraotivo, tho idol of her millionaire father's bosrt. Tho man was a danhing, captivating follow with tho mannors of a oavalien Tho so quoi of tho mooting io a biokon heart ed fathor, a young woman's blightod lifo, and a wrookod homo. Tho villian n tho H tory wan a ouootimo rosidont of this oity and tho propio of Sumtor have an intcroat in tim story booauao of this faot. Ho io Capt. A. N. Freeland, who for inauy years waa a ti usted and rospoot cd employo of tho Atlantio Coast Lino, with whioh .oo...

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

Friday December 13,1901, IL-'J-J_ _._I Subscription Price i Ono year.$ 1.00 - f?ix months.50 Throe months. .25 PEN AND SCI880RGHIAPH8 Tho flour mill at Darlington was destroyed by fire onThuraday night-loss $5,000. Dr. Letive, of the Mercy Hos pital, Pittsburg Pa., has discov ered a cure for lockjaw? ?So mt lor Tillman is after Senator MoLaurin again and tho latter is giv ing him hot replies. ?' ?; A Now York firm is building a big frame hotel\von the Charleston exposition grounds to accommo date the rush after Ohristmas. The resolution for the govern ment to pay the expenses of mov ing the exhibit from Buffalo to Charleston has beon passed and signed. Tho president recom mended it in his mossage. The correspondents are having a time with Senator Mol auria. One roads him out of the party and another gives him a cabinet position. Tho Washington correspondent of tho Atlanta Constitution says Senator MoLaurin has arranged with a legal firm and will locato in Washington at tho end of hi...

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

?;:' ':B3NNE1TTSYILLE, S, U. .....?........?V.-..-..?.?'>."V?*>.'NJ-.....>>,....?.<<,.......I Ofllce Weat of Court Uouse. Fitday Deooniher 13,1901. . Our Town Gorvcrumcnt; MAYOR-c. s McCall ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden. C. K. Es?m, J?lm T. Douglas. W. 8. Bowe. .CL?RK & TREASURER-Milton Me? L?urin, Office open da?y. ?POLICK-J. H. Moore. . Marlboro County Officers, '?H?RIFF-J.,I?. Green CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. Diake Ju ?OK OF Pnon.vrL-M. MoLnuriu OOUONFR-0. F. Covington SUPERVISOR-M. B Coward Supr. KDL'OATION-W. L. Stnnton Tii?Asun*?.-J. II. Thorne AUDITOR--E. 8. Carlisle ? p. s ATO R K e ox Livingston RKI?RL,8--NI'A?IVKB-J. 0. Dunbar, J. C. Campbell, il, ti Freeman. gr?.. .jiJOJ_.I. J-'.!.i.!l t.." 1 Directory of BoiineUstoUte Lodges CONSOLIDATED LODOS NO. 15, K. ol P., m?ots overy Monday evening itt 7.30 o'clock. * \V, Turlington, C. C. 0. J. Lido, K. of IL & S. MARLBORO LODO? XO. 88, tricots nt Beonettsville. Friday pve?ingt ph or bo? IbVo neon full poon nt 8 ?'...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 13 December 1901

???E MESSAGE. 1 Ooutluuod from pago 1.) by oontraot with * pr'mto o*blo .oona paoy. N ) singlo groat material work wbi"b romains to bo undertaken on this conti? nont is of euob ooneequenoo to mu Atnorioan poopio as tho building cf a canal aoross tho isthmus conncoting North and South Amor?o?. Its imnor taneo to tho nation is by no mentis lim ited moroly to its matonnl < itoote upon our bustnoBS prosperity, and yot with a viow to tboeo effects alono it would bo to the last degree important for us im mediately to bogin i;. , Whilo its bono fioial effooto would porhaps bo most marked upon tho P?oifio ooast and tho gulf nnd South Atlaotio n tn too, it would also greatly bono tit otbor seotions It is oipphatiodly a ffork wbiob it is for tho ?ntoroot of tho ontiro oountry to be gin and oomploto as soon as possible t<ftoi glad to bo ablo to anuounoo to you fhat^ocu; neg itiations on this sub r/ ;!, VjectjHiih Groat. Britain, oonduetod oe l^_"j?H>th pides inY\spirifc ot friondlinos...

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