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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 13 December 1901

THE MESSAGE. Oontlnuod from p??o 1.) by oontrnot with A privato chlo .oom pany. N ) singlo groat material work wbiph romains to bo undertaken on this conti nent io of Buoh ooosoquonoo to thu Amorioan people as tho building of a osnal aoross tho isthmus connecting North and South Amorioa. Its impor tance to tho nation is by no meahB lim ited rooroly to its material < hoots upon our bustnoBB prosperity, and yet witb a viow to thone effects alone it would bo to tho last degroo important for us im . modiatoly to begin it. Whilo its bono fioial (ffooto would porhaps bo most marked upon tho Pocilio coast and tho gulf ?nd South Atlantic statos, it would also greatly bonoflt othor sections It is emphatiotlly a work whioh it is for I the interest of tho ontiro country to bo gin ?nd oomplelo as soon as possible I?ftta glad to bo ablo to anuounoo to 1 you tnat o^r ncg>tiations on this sub joot^itu Groat Britain, oonduotcd ou _JbMh sides in \\spirit of friondlinosa and mutual good will, h...

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. — 20 December 1901

?M?JmiiiiBi ?ilnVl i fl? Ki II ri 11 m mufr 11. ?M* ?naMumMoi 7" if-53 . ?Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy I*c$s?ssion.Happy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Just'Defence." VOL. XXVI BENNEITSVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20. 1901 i: ? ' . ? . . ??iiiiMiHU?HnilM NO. 51 A HOT DKBATE. ?ftnan?l )i)al Gerta Botw^cn Till vv? men and ft/1I. min 0m.FLOOR OK rne SENATE/ 8erftt<>f T-itlmnn Ohr.H?rg 3 8.vn< at?f Mcl.Qurin to J sin Kim in T-fent?Arlrg mmadl ito Rcs'g n&ltontc PicsiaingOfftcar. ?f?s ?? ? Ori'd "day last work tho United Sln'sre Sormto, Chamber waa tho BOOOO of A h'ghly'drftmati? epiaodo, whon Sonator Tillman uhftl?orjgcd Sonator MoLaurin to rqpigh willi Ti'irh on tho apot iu oidor, to -uaVh?a ?wn' languago, that they might bo ablo "to wash their dirty lin?n at h?rne'." ; Sonntor MoLaurin did not Ink o up tho gauge. Tho cxoitiug b?eno botwoon tho two Sonatoro was a direct acquol of tho oon trovoray whioh aro6o botwoon them in South Car...

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. — 20 December 1901

3. A, BROWN - - ~ Editor. . Friday Deoonibor 10,1901, Subscription Trico t Ouo year.$1.00 Bix months.50 j Throe months.25 PENANDSCISSORGRAPHS "Daughter is your husband amiable?" "Well, ma, ho's just like pa; when ho gets his own way about everything ho's just perfec tly lo vol y." Representativo Watcher of 'Maryland is preparing a bill to pre vont tho gamos of foot ball be tween tho naval and army cadets. YOB, and tho Legislature should tftjco it up and forbid thom in tho common schools and colleges. Some men don't oare how m?oh trouble they givo people. "Bud" Wilson was hanged afc Little Rook, Ark., last Friday. When they put him iii the col? 1A he showed signs of life and they had had to take him out And hang him again. A Verinoufc court has dccVled that the influence of a newspap er can't be sold to a candidate for office because it is "against| policy." That court holds that the editor ol' a paper belongs to . the public and can' fc make mer chandise of the produots of his brain...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 December 1901

BENNETTSVILLE, S, 0. ?X A. ?KOW? A CO. Ojjptytf. 7Fos? o/" OoM?'i 1 rouse. Fiiday'i?oeinbar 20,1901, Qorvernment. M^YQH--C. S. McCall . AYERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, (J. E. EXulh, John T. Douglas, \V. 8. Bowe. : ?LERKV. .&. TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurln. Office open dally, * POLICE-j, H. Moore. 'Marlboro County Officers. SHERIFF-J. B. Green' CLERIC,ov CLERK-J? A. Drake JUDGE OF PRORATE-M. MoLaurin COKONER-C. F. Covington bUPBltyiKOR-r-M. E. Coward Surr. EDUCATION-W. L. Stouton TitEAsuRERrT-J. II. Thomas AUDiTo.fi-li, .8. Carlislo SENATOR-Knox Livingston' UEPRESK.N ?ATIVES-J. 0. Dunbar, J: 0. Campbci), ll. L. Freeman. Directory of Bennettsville Lodges P2???iiL2ATED LODOE No. 15, K. ol P^^-?o^-ov?i'y Monday evening ut 7.30 JW W. Turlington, C. C. O. J. Lido/K. of lt. & S. MARLnoRO LODOE NO. 88, moots at Bennettsville. Friday ovoning, on or be? fore each-fall.moon at. 8 o'clock. v-- . J. F. ICinuoy, W. M. J. T, Dudloy, Sccrotnry. County Masonio Directory. MARLBORO CHAPTER NO. 80 II. A...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 December 1901

TAI,MAO?'S SERMON. ThoTJino ia Whioh We Live ls Won doxful for Bisasteis and BleaBlngs. In thisjdinopurflo Dr. Talmago rooitos nowa groat ovonts and shows that tho world ia advancing in tho right diroo-' tion; tcxfct Jool ii, 30. 'Twill show wondon) ia tho heavous aud in tho earth." * Dr. On mini us-great and good man would havo told us tho ox? ot timo of tho fulfillment of thia prophecy. AB I stepped into his study ia London on my arrivai from Parlo, just aftor tho Fror oh had surrendered at 8odan, tho good dcotor eaid to mo: "It io just what 1 havo told you about Franco. Pooplo laughed at mo booauso I talked about tho seven horns nod tho vials, hut I foresaw ?ll this from tho book of Dan iel and tho book of llovclation." Not taking any BU oh responsibility ia tho interpretation of tho passego. 1 simp ly anser t that thoro is in it suggestions of ninuy things in our timo. < Our oyos dilato and our hoart quiok onn in its pulsations os wo rond of ovonts in tho third oontury, tho ?...

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. — 27 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. SCH LEY OBJECTS. HU Gcun&al F.lca Reasons for ?tttilr.? ??l<lo Verdict. THEY USE PI..A<N UNOUAOF. I Tho Off toora cf th? potiri Ar? Gorged.-Wi I h fr-tlnglmpraastd WftV Togtftncrty of "Hps- | tilo Witncijifa." 4 d minn S?W<?y through, hie oounscl WecJtcad.-iy Sled with the otorotwy of . tho i^yy tho hill of excisions to tho -j rn? ji )? Uy finding* of tho ??urt of .inqui ry' bud r.l?o o h Lier avk?ng to he, rdlovrrd tobq heard in oounootiori with tho ob jections to bo filed by attomoyq for Admiral SAa>p&ou to the individual opiuion of Admiral ?fwoy. THU ?UOUNDfl FOft COMPLAINT. The bill atolls t hf\ fellowing grounds in nupport of tho oVJoc*ioa: 1. Thai majority of tho oourt havo giveo th^r opinion that Commodore - ' Sohley should liavo procoaded with tho utmost dnpatoh.ifl Oioufnogoa wbon thero wan no spoo...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 27 December 1901

:. "Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy .P?s??on H.appy, or Our Deaths Glorious in Thy Ju?t frafenoe." .v~-->x~ vf.?.-- *?.-- -? .<"f^^H VOL. XXVI BENNETTSV1LLE, S, C.. FRID? DECEMBER 27, 1901. NO. 52 SC II LEY OBJECTS. MN. Qc uti*<dl File? R<aeons for ?o?lf? Aii'Je Vi?dlct THEY Mut". PLAtN LANO?A?lr. Tho Officer* cf tho ?ouri Ar? Of ?rgoclWith ?^fjrVg Impressed j Wi'ih Tc^frncny of "tfos til? V/itri??:.'?." A^.r.uviM SjM*y through his oaun?el ?Wednesday Sled With tho sioroUry of . thc n.*>v.v tho hill of '?xetp?on* to tho rn? j >rUy finding cf thjJ ?Oiut o? inqui ry anil, ftlfio i h Lier R'.kin;/, to be allowed to-bo heard iu connection y/ith tho ob Jsotions to be fikd by attorn aya for . Admiral Siimpoou to (ho individual opinion of Admiral De woy. TUB GROUNDS FOB COMPLAINT. The hill a?a?gns th? fellowing grounds in .support of tho olj?oii?ni 1. Tho. majority of tho oourt havo given thNjr opinion that Oom mod or* Bohley should hove ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 27 December 1901

VOL. XXVI "Do Thou Liberty Great. Inspire Our Souls and Make Our Lives in Thy PoM'ej??p? Hiappy, or Our Deaths (Horions in Thy Juat ?tofenoe?" BENNETTSV1LLE, S, C., FRIDASDEGEMBEE 27, 1901. NO;. 52 mi?ii?vo<. nm*, ?oy* SCIILEY OBJECTS. His Ocunsa? File? fUaocns for ?ottto? A?fi'.'o Verdict. THEY USE PLAIN LftrJQUAOE". Tho Officer* cf th? ?otirSt Ar* C< erg^d With B^in^tmproflsed I Wiih To??im<my of "Mos % tile Witvy?Lw?" Admira! 8^M?y through his oouncel Wednesday ?lcd m?h thss otorolaiy cf . tho navy tho hill of exception-? to tho ms'j'trUy finding* cf thji ??uit of inqui ry und r.lso ?? letter a\ktn?; to be allowed to bo herod in eouuootioh viih thc ob jections to bo fikd by attorn ?y* for . Admiral Sampson to (ho individual opinion of Admiral Dewey. Till UROUNDS FOR COMPLAINT. The. bill assign* th? fellowing grounds in nuj port of tho oljs'c>.ion; 1. Tho. majority o? tho court bavo given their opinion that CcmmodoM ** . Sohley ohould havo proceeded with tho utmost dif...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 27 December 1901

?* A, JiliOiVN t* - - Editor. Friday December 27,1901, Huhserlytlon 1'rJcO I \ Ono year.$1.00 Six months.50 Three months. .25 ??Christmas Day 1901. Christmas day 1901 was indeed a loyoiy day. Business was generally supondod and every ono soon seemed tb bo peaceful und happy. It was tho jJiost Christmas for years. Wo hoard * novells, but tho henrts of all soomod Y filled ^ith morry ohinios. Tho "?ditor of tho DEMOCRAT had i 'turkey for his dinuor, tho gift of ono of Marlboro's generous, noble hoar ted onptaius of confederate faino-tho one Who had a -brush" with tho enemy ns lato nu tho morning of tho surren der In Virginia and no doubt tho last engagement of tho war, nud today ono of tho most successful farmors in tho county. To sny we feasted but fitly expresaos it. Way ho seo a hundred .. J years and continuo to onjoy a Hush of prosperity. We will let tho reader guess his nnmo and command, , No aooidonts havo baon reported so far auywhoro, and tho christmas of . 1901 goes on record...

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. — 27 December 1901

I j BENNETTS VILLE, S, 0. O/flce l&tst of Court House* Firaay Dooember 27,1901. Owr Town Qorvernment. MAYOIV-C. S. McCall Ai DERMBNT-J. Frank Breeden, C. E. Kxtuu, John T. Douglas, \V. S, Rowe. , Ct. ii UK &, TREASURER-Milton Mc* \T.muin, Cilice open dally. 1'OMCE-J. H. Mooro. r?* nunnuuaa ?Marlboro County Officers. BuimiEF-J, B. Oreon Orpine ov CLEMC-J. A. Droko .JUDGE OF PRODATK-M. MoLnuriu C?^iONEU- C. F. Covington ,? .,>-;Vl?OR-M. K. Coward j S ti '. /.EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton A TREASURER-J. li. Thomas ?I i/Vonirou-IC. S. Carlisle \ S.:M vron-Knox Liyiogston m KF.VREa?Ni'ATivEs-J. C. Uunbar, J. S^'O?rapbclh lt. L. brooman. for>/ of MenucUnvfile Lodges soi.ioAn.t) LopVtjii No; 15, K. ol b lois every Monday c oning at 7.30 \. \-iOvi,C. Vi.,.. -r : !tot , . W. Turlington, C. 0. :I C. J. Lido, K.oflt. &S. ? M.UiLltORO IJODOE NO. 88, moots i tttoniihttsvillo, Friday evening, on or bo?. *r?>^(?voHoh full morin ni 8 o'dook. tl, 1?. Kinuc? W. M. i\ Dudley, Noel clary...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 27 December 1901

This Life Ouv Pirat and Last Journey Through thia World. u \u_eooOvEo is a mgat unusual pro atioif of things that tako phoc io many livos, and Dr. Talinsgc ploads for moroiful interpretation of human ta havior. Tho text is Joshua iii, 4, "Yo havo-not passod thia way horotoforo " lu Dooomlior. 1889, I waded tho river Jordan ?nd, although tho current was strong, I was eblo to bear up against it. but in tho timo of spring froshot, whon tho BUOWS on Mount Libanon molt, nothing but a miraolo would rn~ ablo any ono to SVOBB this rivor. It wea at tho dengorous springtimo th*t Joshua and tho om corn of his army i uttered tho words of roy text to tho pcoplo who wore in a f ow hours to cross tho Jordan. Abtut that ovosuing, v?o say but little, beoauco on a previous ooo&sion wo diooouruod concerning that' piling up of tho waters into oryetal barricido. Wo only npoek of tho muroh to tho brink of thc river. No etvaugor thing has ovor unwired iu all Mdtory. Tho erk of tho oovon?ut w?s s. bril...

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 April 1902

MD0 THOU UHMHTY (WHAT. INSPIRE OU lt HOU LB AND MAKE OUR U.vjiS IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY, OJ! OUJR DEATHS GI/^B??VUS IN THY CA US 10." v 1 y?wp>?ni?i>'i>?p>i?ifi.?ii>i< ul?B^uMwi?m??mii,itfii|>.mw ?' Ween* VOL. XXVI I. BKNNETT8V?LLB, 8. C., jFBIDAY, APRIL 25, 1002. WI Mi BE TIM Ii I). The War Dopartmont Orders Wholo* sale Courtmavtial of Oflloers FOB BARBAROUS CONDUCT. PiewUleni, Uooaovoll Will Not Take Any KXCUHO un,I null l'y In? ?h> h Ullin il Conduct on Part of Americans. Tt'beglns to look us If som o ol' tin? American oulocrs over in tho Phillp pine Islands will he iiejd to account for cruelties practiced on tho natives. As a result o? the consideration hy thc cabinet lust week of the charges of cruel treatment of I'Mllplnos by Culled States soldiers. Secretary Kool has made public tho following correspon dence: War Department, ' ) Washington, April ir>, im)2. J My Dear Senator: I beg I o acknowl edge thu receipt, of your cony ol' t he testimony ol' So...

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. — 25 April 1902

4, uno w y -,, * - mitor ..???'.^viW',"..",.,,^^,,.,..,,.,,,.,.,,.,,.v....,..,./v.? Mi FriiUy April 25,1902 Subscription Vile? a Ono year-1,00 Six months.50 Throe months,. .25 COU KT OF tilQNISUAL SESSIONS Oiu- voport Inst week closed with tho tidal of Mr. John Gravo? and tim motion for appeal for new trial. H is nttornoys Messrs Uouchior and .Rogers argued tho motion and grounds of appeal on Tuesday, hut Iii? Honor refused tho motion for now trial and Mr. Graves was son-* ten cod to 2 years on tho ohuingung, Au appeal was taken and a bond fixed iii $500; After which the Court of General Bossions was ad journed and thc Court of Common Plea? was called, but, after His Honor fool i ugly stated that his dear motlier was very ill and ho might bo called homo any day, it was thought best by the Har not to take up any casos at this torin, but ask lor a special term some month later cu. The, jurors were discharged, a fow orders -were taken and tho April term was adjourned. His Honor returne...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 April 1902

IJUUIIU Uli s. A. nnou js ~ - - mttor. Mi Friday April 25,1902 HtihHO?lpttoU l??Ico? Quo y oar.,.$.1,00 ?Six months.50 Throo months.25 COURT OF (WNKHAL SK8SI0NS Our voport last \VOQ1< closed with tho trial of Mr, John Graven and tli# motion tor appeal (or now trial. IJJH ut tor noys Messrs Bottomer and U?gors argued* tho motion and grounds of appeal on Tuesday, but Hin Honor refused tho motion for now trial and Mr. Gravea was sen tenced to 2 years on tho ohaingang. An appeal was taken and a bond fixed at $500; After which the Oourt of General Sessions was ad journed and tho Court of Common Pleas was called, hut, after His Honor feelingly stated thai his dear uiother was very ill and he might bo oui lcd home any day, it was thought best by the Bar not to talco up any cases at this term, but ask tor a special tenn some month la tor on. Tho,jurors were discharged, a tow orders were taken and tho April tomi was adjourned. His Honor returned home Wednesday morn ing. GUA NJ) JUUV'H Uh ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 April 1902

B?NNETTSYILLE. S, 0. ....'?.<>...*,.?.,.,.......>,?'%?.>..?.'.>.'>. "'WWI UV H. A, IWOWN ? CO. Friday April 25, 1902, ?wr Town Oorvcrnment, . MAVoa-C. S. McCall AI<PKRMKN--J. Frank Breeden, O. K Kxuin, John T. Douglas, NV. S. Howe. CLERK & TREASURER--Milton Mc? bau'ria. Ollice open dally. P?LICE-J. II, Moore. Marlboro County Officers. SUKRIFF-- J. B. Oroon (h/ERK OF UI.KUK-J. A. Drake .Jun?is OF VROUATK-M. MoLaurin COUONKR-C. F. Covingtou SUPERVISOR-M. l? Coward Surx. KDUOATION-W. 1*. Stanton TREASURER-J. H. Thomas AUDITOR-K. S. Carinda SENATOR-Knox Livingston ' ltEPRKSKN VATIVES-J. C. Duubar, J Oj Campbell, H. L. Freeman. Directory of Dennettsville Lodges CONSOLIDATED Lomos No. 15? K. ol moots ovory Mooday ovemng at 7.30 W. Turlmgtom CO. C. J. Lido, K.of ll. & S. MARUIORO LOPOE NO. 88, moots at .onaettsvtllo. Friday oveoing. 011 or bo* no oaoh full moon at 8 o'olock. J, F. Kinney, W. M. J. T,Dudloy, Soerotnry. County Masonic Directory. MARUIORO CHAPTER ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 April 1902

BMNETl'SYILLB, S. 0. HY A, imowtf & co* O/tfoo ire*** o/ Cour? ?loutto. ?'I.,.,, M. tl, ??, ..<.,,.,,?.. M. ?>. <.,!'..>,?.>.M..?,..,(<,(>,..,,>?,<<, M.>>,?<,, Friday April 25, 1902, Ow 2 bum ?rorvernmcH?, MAYOR-C. S. McCall Ai.oi.KMEN-J. Frank Breeden,C, K KnUrrt, John T, Douglas, W. S. Howe. CLERK & TREASUUER-Milton Mc i ' /",n??? -.i _ 11.. VD I.ICE-J. H, Moore. ' Marlboro County Officers. 81IERIEK---J. H. Oroon CLERK OE CLERK-J. A. Droko JUDGE OE PRORATE-M. MoLaurin CORONER--0. l?. Covington HU??ERvr?OR-M. B. Coward Surr. KDUOATION-~W. li. Stanton TREASURER-J. U. Thomas AUDlTon-li. S. Carlisle S KN ATOR--Knox LlV? ngat on REVRESKN rATiV ES-J. C. Dunbar, J n, Campbell, lt, li. Freeman. Directory of Iiennettsville Lodges CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, IC of <?., moots evory Monday evening at 7.30 , .'olook. W. Turlington, C. 0. C. J. Lido, K. of ll. & 8. MARMIORO LODGE NO. 88, moots at ?ounettavillo, Friday evening, on or bo >ro...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 25 April 1902

iwiMnmunumiwMwv nina >in)PimnjtPMimiiiwii jumnmwtpian mum yuin a Outline of tho Careov of ft?ut? Caro? 1 lina's Nebieat Bou, LIEUX. GEN. WADE HAMPTON. Ucluu of a Vaiully or Mon Noted, ?t?r 'Jphelr Courage, Home Inch doutt) of un M vent lui uro. Lieut. (Jon. Wade Hampton was ? - ? '?? ? .. - ??......1. ?>0 1Q1? uuni m ililli KT>I.UU un lutuvii t.??, .wu-. In Hasol street, within tho sound ol' tho chimes of old Saint Michaels, lie ilrst saw tho light, ills great gi'iind rather caine from Virginia to tho colony of South Carolina prior to tho Uovolubloo andsottled hi Spartanburg district, whore ho and most of tho family wero murdered by Indians lu 1775. Sovcml of tho sons Including Gon. Hampton's ?rand father wove away at tho time and pseaped t he massaoro, and all served in tho War for Independence. Wade Hampton, tho deceased general's grand father, was In Washington's cavalry, and was lieutenant colonol at tho hattie ol' ; Mutaw. Tho swish of Col. Hampton's sword was always h...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 June 1902

1 DO THOU LIBMUT.Y Gl?J?AT. I N HIM UK OOH fc?'UbS AND MAKIO O ti lt L'iVKS IN T??Y l'OSSKt&KXN .HAW, OH QUH DHA.TUK QU>ttlOU# IN THY OAU&K.'' VOL. XXV I L BENNETT 8V?LLIS, 0.,;jFu?DAY, .JUNU 20, 1002, it>rri?nn.niittaiir/iiiMi? ruf i i:'f,l"iMirrn"irm?miTirm NO. 20. ASKED TO BES?G?N. ? President Woodward Quite tho South Carolina College. NO SERIOUS CHARGES RI ABE. Tho TetiHteeN Thought that tin? HON( inion His ol' tho In v I it ut ion l/onutoilcil a ('haii/jo. Right upon thc heels ot' t ia1 trouble ut Clemson comes more at the Sout h Carolina eollogo. Tho, troubles di (Vor in deg roo, hut arc? similar In that tho pr?sidents ol' both ure involved, lt. luis hoon for sumo time rumored Unit, when the board ol' trust?es of tho ?South parolina eollogo mot the likeli hood was that President Woodward would ho nuder lire. While these re port wore cur reit t and generally dis cussed in the city, the nubile wore, not. aware ol' what shape the com plaints US to file administ rati...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 June 1902

S* A, ISttOWN - ft > mitor. \ .?.<-?..>......?.. .....>.>.-... Fnday Juno 20, 1902 . Subscription 1*rico t Ono your.$1,00 {Six months.r>0? Thro? month?.20 COUUT OF UI?iNEHAL SESSIONS ijvxu TFU.M 1002, Tho Ooii?t of Honorai Sesiona cou vonod cm Moiulny willi lils Honor ('. G. Dnnlzler on tho Bench, Tho groot! juiy wore promptly in pl ooo ami Soli? oitor Joh ii sou soon had ready a low billa which His Honor after' a brief charge turned over lo tho Foreman, and thc ivor!' of tho term began . A number of Cas os wore ?roi pressed amt a number eon li ?ni ed, Tho grand jury could easily have completed their work Monday but for good reasons won4, held tut (ii Tuesday afternoon and at ?' 30 made their Meal report and wcro discharged. Only one j try was ci)i pad) o ! cd? tu) ! that was on tho ease ot Jack Klag for tho killing of Tom Odom latst fail on tho Circus grounds. Tho'particulars of Which aro known to our reader;*, * Thp oaso was taken nj) Monday and ocoupicd tho alle...

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. — 20 June 1902

mm fl, ?, mtOV'X - ? - I'UlUor. ?'.?...?.>.?.,..>..?..>?/> ".'.>.v.>. Friday Juno 20, 1002 Subset litton Pido? i Ono y oar.% 1.00 Six months.50 JJ Throe months.20 OOI?IT OK l?lCNKHAr* SESSIONS T.. ?... m...... ii wt. t ,? v v. i. r.n.?i i ev . Thc Com t of (j on ota) Scs/mus cous vouod on Munday with His lionet 0\ Gi DanUler on thu Bench. Tho grain) juty wore promptly in piece and .Soli citor Johnson soon had ready a low bills which His Honor after tv brief charge turned over l<> the Foreman, and tho work of the ter tn bogan. A number of Caaos were aol niosjed and,a number cotitiuued, Thc grand jury could easily have completed their work M oday bul ?o jr good reasons wore held indi] Tuesday afternoon and at ?j ;; ) made their final report and woro discharged, Only ono jury was otu pa a oh d> an I that was on the case of Jack King for tho killing of Tom Odom hud foll on tho Circus grounds. The partictilttrs of which arc known to our readers . Thp casu was (...

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