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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 July 1887

DH, TALMAG K'S 8B11M0N. Tho TompcHt. "Ami there IUOSOH grout storm,"clo.-MAUK 4 JW- H. TlinsiUAB, Galileo, Gennesarot-tinco minims lor tho saino lake. No other gem eyer had so beautiful a setting. It lay in ? sceno of great luxuriance: thc surrounding bills high, torraced, sloped, graved, so many banging gardens of beauty, tho waters tumbling down be tween rocks of gray and red limostono, (lashing from thohills and bounding into Ibo sea. On tho shore, were castles, armed towers, Itoman baths, everything attractive and beautiful ; all styles of VCgbtation in shorter space than in al most any other space in all tho world, from tho pahn-treo of tho forest to tho trees of rigorous climate. It scorned as if the Lord had launch ed ono wave of UK AU TY OX A Ll J TI IK S?KXK, and it hung and swung from rock and hill and oleander. Roman gentlemen in pleasure boals sailing tho lake, and countrymen in fish-smacks coining down to drop their nets, pass each oilier with nod and shout, and laughte...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 July 1887

If?avlbor? ."Democrat BY s. A. BROWN & Co. BENNETTSVILLB 80. CA. Wednesday, July 20, 1887. CORRESPONDENCE. Clio Circuit. Frotraotod Mooting Appointments. The j following arc the appointments for tim protracted meetings on this cir cuit*. Third Sabbath in July at Bethlehem. Fourth Sabbath, night at Oak Grove School house. Filth Sabbath at Ebenezer. First Sabbath in August at Manning Chapel, Second Sabbath in August at He bron. Third Sabbath at Little Rock Circuit, on Monday after. Fourth Sabbath in August at Parnas sus. First Sabbath in September at Beulah. Second Sabbath in September at Zion. Dots tVoni East ?ethel. Crops arc needing rain badly. Our Iriend, M. C. Webster, has raised a squash that measures twenty inches in length. Who can beat it? The tanners are laying by their cotton. Ilev. A. ]. Stokes, P. E., preached an I excellent sermon at Bethel last Sunday. A large congregation attended. Misses Bozic and Mollie Gibson and Mollie McLaurin attended Bethel on Sunday last, f...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 July 1887

ftUTf i*TTtt^?T1TTByT7TTOllltWyVar'i'ji? J IUI B'Cff?TItTTIlWBITniM?f W^rTT DY S. A. BROWN & Co. B?SNNETTSVILLE, SO. CA. Wednesday, July 20, 1H87. Official Organ for tho Town and Counts. PRIC?', $?750 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Ornoo hi ?vovott's Briok Building - UP STAIRS. ?n-?:?;-rjTHJ_.!.?..?H.-?*.'?????"-i.l '?? H?HT Mr. HOSWEMJ T. LOGAN ?H tho authorized agent of tho DEMOCRAT io tho oity of Clmrloutou. ?pTOWN AND COUNTY NEWS.^ ?tOOAts OBBBRVATIONB. - Melting weather - Distressing t<? fleshy people - Melons plentiful and cheap, - Herries arc still seen in market, - Grapes will soon be ripe, - Bring in your "spring" chickens, - There wore four wagons loaded with melons on the streets Saturday, with prices ranging from 5 to 15 cents. - Tbc Aurora Watch-accurate and reliable, order oi WARREN PRIOR & SON, Fayetteville, N. C. - "Oki George." the famous old black horse ol Mr. George Crosland, that went through the late war died last week aged thirty-two years. - Mr. Julius T. Dudl...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 July 1887

FARM NOTES. Fnoi'isu ??UK OF BROOD Sows Our observation toaches 113 that half the bad luck, ao called, with spring pigs is bad management of brood sows. Tho cause of bad luck Is allowing brood sows to run with fending cattle In this way tboy got too fat before ?or vico, and are liable to bo damaged by being kicked or run over or otherwise injured afterward. Another causo is too high feeding with corm Thia ls especially tho caso with thoroughbreds. A good mauy farmers think nothing is too good for a brood sow that cost them $20 or S25. Thoy want to keep thom iii show lix and givo thom plenty of corn, and tho result is barrenness or milk fever or somo otbor trimble. Thu better breed pf pig tho less it requires m tho way of feed. Tho proper way is to allow them to got, not poor but thin, before tho timo of service, and lhe more grass thoy oat and tho loss corn tho better. Beforo service givo belier feed and havo thom growing and feeling first rato. After they aro safo m pig, gradually ...

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. — 9 May 1888

?[iT?* Do tll0U Groat Liberty Inspiro our Souls and make our lives in thy tassossion happy, or our Deaths Glorious in thy Just Defence." BENNETTS VII J ,E.. U C.. MAY 9. 1888. KMBorounB ixKxwrcjn?ntNvar?m?iilnEU?'n BMW-1-aWBB rKSvrs/v/rKriv/ TJIUM vKtunwn NO. ar. ????wymHflwtati??tMi Wantoii. ?io hoad ol' H fountain. |r tho hand of fate, Jbot of a mountain, b^ohain of debate. ?- wi of fortune, ole" of tho South, utatn of knowlcdKO, tat'? mont li. |f norrow, of tho .storm, in of juatlco, of ?COI ll. repentance, ian'H heart, [pf a needle, [dart. Wa ol' Time, Winona, L-liy mo. Dorcas?" [been entertaining pontoon, anti abo ^out of tho wayj i and tho apart [\? whoii Utero joor, aud Utero ?light stood & /elhig shawl, 3, Torrance, kiri, "I'loase ll cold. 1'vo lora tho sta lo eat sluco IM rs. Tor fioobna'rra, livo with dead, and [io Baptist [rou didn't did you? ,though you be i? fats os3eu (i, albeit eor that ockor to Kt on tho Ktuld for Emily now. .She roso hurriedly, dressed herself a...

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. — 9 May 1888

TilEMARLBOROj BENNETTSVILLIS, SO. CA. Marion District Conference. Address of Prof. F. C. Woodward of Wofford College. Tho members of the Marion Dishiol Couforenee, and tho citizens of Conway And vioinity, werc^dilicd and impressed by tiro cduontionnl nddress of Prof. F. (J. Woodwardon Saturday, April 28, 1888. Wo took a few notes for our own per sonal bonofit, not intending to enlarge upon them through tho press, but as thc spcakor advanced stop by step in lits ar gument, we wero so deeply impressed with the importance and wisdom of his utterances, that wo concluded it might not bo out of placo to present a meagre outline of this exoellcut address to your rendors. Thc epc&ker emphasized moral culture as tho true basis of nil genuine intellect ual education. He showed thc incom pleteness of nil so-called culture that did not thoroughly aud effectually discipline and develop the higher or spiritual na ture of man- His strong plea for Chris tian Education by Denominational Cob lege...

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. — 9 May 1888

TH ID COUNTY CONVENTION. JNI?TT8VILLK. SO. CA. ii?sday, May? "9. J 888."" Mlshed Weekly i I.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE in Post b/)lcc ?uildlnv. Jrgan for tho JPown and County, ?'EST ADVCRTIS1HG MEDIUM IK THE GOUHIY. \ est Donn- Fido Circulation of any |ublishod in Marlboro County. m Gibson le our authorized ^Station, N. C. Pursuant to a published call by County Chairman, C. H. McCall, n coo von lion was hold in tho Court Houso on Monday, to oloofc nix delegates to tho Stato Couvoutiou at Columbia on tho 17th of May. Hon. C. S. McCall WUB olootcd Chair man, and H. P. Johnson'Seorotary. Tho following are thc delegates elect-? cd lrom the Clubs: IlltiailTBVIIiLE, J B Stubbs, J A Molimin, JamcB T Odom, J H Liles, ll D Mooro, E ll Staf ford, J A Stubbs, J A Usher. Lowie Odom, Y, W Odom. HlillKON. Lovi Ivoy, John Barrontino, J T Cov ington, W J Covington, Col. John Coving ton, D P McQuaig, Wellington MoCull, J F MoKiuuon, J A Moitun, D A llorry, Jonathan Woodloy, Kev. L. M. Hamer, II H Hamer,...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 9 May 1888

uuy uv 1/iil ?Nli?TSVlLIiK SO. CA. iiosday, May " 9,~* 1888." [iblishBd Weekly. THE COUNTY CONVENTION. II.50 PER VEAU IN! ADVANCE iii Vont Qfjlce Buildltif/. Jrgan for tho Town and County, 'ESTAOVEnilSIHC MEDIUM IH THE COUHTY. t Bona-Fido Ciroulntion of ouy lubliahod in Marlboro County. Qlbaon 1B our authorized Station, N. 0. IOUNTY NEW8.^ grass booming GOODS of nil kinds ?cod of HAY W. WftddilPs. TON SEED MEAL ?HOSPIIATE and s. MCCALL. EAT at IIODtiES. li's, n nico lino of (mg CnlicoH, Straw UU OU1U lui) IUII| .o gray bair-ou fow caro to try charms. They Kr Vigor rentoion ^color. Sold by and Burramul Iltcd to OHSClU" Monday next, n., to witness Rifles, ?ors, Binders, for side mgor trains our depot Jnd return lu fordon Rifles Monday is hand when can have beauty, kliau nair market. to ask tho to witness K> d'I? i nui itbot Puisuaut to a published call by County Chairman, 0. S. McCall, a coiwouti?n was hold in tho Court Houso on Monday, to cloot six delegates to tho Stato Conventio...

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. — 9 May 1888

PR. TALMAG R'S SIMMON JlOfOXMIUVtiO?i Of ??Vli JlulHtS. "Whon Ktmli ,' awake, I will sock lt yet ftjral?."-Prov. 5S1 : It?. WITH tin insight Into human tinturo suc)) as no oilier man ever roached, Solomon, in my text, sketches the men-: tal operation? of one who, having stop pod AHlDJ'l KJtOM Till': PAT ti bi rectitude, desires to return. Willi a wish for something botter, ho says: .' When shall I awakoV when shall I como out ol' lids horrid nightmare of iniquity?1' But seized upon by un eradieatcd habib, and forced down-lull by Ina passions, he cries out: "I will seek it yet again. 1 will try il oneo moro." Om libraries aro adorned willi an elegant lilcraturo addressed lo young men, pointing out lo them all the dan go! s aud perils of llfo-coinploto minis of tho voyage, showing all tho rocks, th(i quicksands, tho shoals. But sup pose a man has already niado ship wreck; suppos? he. is already oil' the track; supposo bo bas already gone as now m inc TO OUT HACK? T!>;ii, is a liehl...

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. — 9 May 1888

DR. TALMAGB'S S KUM ON Jloroi'mntloH of ISvit Habits. ?.Whoo Kuall J uwKko, 1 will sock lt yoi ??ulu."-3'rov. Xi : ?Sb. WITH an insight into human nature Mich aa no othor man ever roached, Solomon, in my text, sketches tito men tal operations ot! one who, having step ped ABIDI'J Flt QM THU I* ATI I ot rectitude, desires to return. With ii wish for something hotter, he says: .'When shall I awako? when shall I como out ol* this horrid nighlmaro ol' iniquityV* Hut sei/.cd upon by un oradicatcd habib, and forced down-hill bv his passions, lie cries out: "I will seek lt jot again. 1 will try it onco moro." Our libraries aro adorned with an elegant lilcruluro addressed to young men, pointing out to them ail tho dan geis and perils of life-completo maps of tho voyage, showing all tho rocks, Mic quicksands, tho shoals. Hut sup pose, a mau bas already mudo ship wreck; suppose ho is already off tho track; suppos? ho bas already SOixo bi lroy, HOW Ki HK TU tl KT ll AU iv? That is a field compa...

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. — 8 August 1888

VOL. Xiii ni 4^ ??A/^iA/,,'j4w ^ Ik? TO res "Do thou Groat Liberty Inspire our Souls and mike our lives in thy po&?ossioii happy, or our Deaths Glorious in thy Just Defence, BEN.NETTSVILLE, S.NQ., AUG-UST 8, 1888. For tho House of Uoprosontiitives. Tlio friends of Col. T. N. Edon* announce him ss a candidate for 'nomination for tho House of Rep resentativos nt the approaching Primary flection. Ho will abide 1)9 tho result and accept no ellice oxcopt through the Democratic party. MANY FKIKNDS. duly ai; 1888. At tho earnest solicitation of many friend?, 1 announce myself rs a candidato for the Homo of Representatives, subject to the iwLiun of tho Democratic Primary. S HENRY C. NEWTON. I nm a candidate for olection to tho House of Represent atives? sub joct to tho voto ot'tho primary. W. D. EVANS. I respectfully announeo myself as a candidato for tho Houso of Representativos, subject lo tho ac tion of tho Democratic Primaries. JOHN L. MCLAURIN. For School Commissioner; I,respectful...

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 August 1888

As tito Yours Qo By. US1'?? nnd tlK'lv inothors* lullaby; OM aron nt their daily piny; Middens hearing their lovors sigh; "Women bravo lu tho world's way Aro ot what wo soo and hear, dear, As tbo years go by; linar dear, AR tin. years go by. How teador IB timo, withal, How kind is tho good nud true; flo gentle to ino, withal, tia gracious and soot to you. Toi? is what wo seo and boar, doar, As tho years go by; Heftr, ?loar, As tho years go by. Time's Anger marks wrinklos aro, (?ray hairs Hs frost mid decay, A young heart has kept you iar From ago mnrks and frost away. lt ls what wo soo and hoar, dvar, A? the yoars go by; Hear, dear, As tho years go by. Timo from your faco stays sadness, Leaving tho bright suushino in; Kisses your eyes in gladness, Leaving tho sweet Invelight in, Oil, tills ?lo wo seo and hear, dear, As tho yeats go'by; Hoar, dear, As the years go by. Sweet, let your birthdays como and go; l'ut your hand and lovo in mino, Von mo young for loving BOJ 1 live been uso 1...

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. — 8 August 1888

DR. TALMA GE'S SERMON: Nono lille o Jesus, "Unto you theroforo which beliovo, Ho is >rcolou8."-1 Pot. 217. , AV is had for many yours In this coun try commercial depression. "What was i he inattvi with cho Btoros'f With tho .jarvests? With tho pooplo? Lack of faith! Monoy enough, goods enough, (skilful brains enough, industrious hands Miough, but no faith. 17ow.what dam jigos tho commorclal world, damages ',ho spiritual. OUll G lt KAT LACK s faith. That is tho hlngoi on which eternity turns. Tho Blblo says we are saved by faith. "O," says some one lu the audience, UI have faith. I hollovo that Christ carno down to save tho world.?' I roply that in worldly natters, whenjou have.faith you al ways act upon it. For instance, if I ;ould show you a business operation by which you could make livo thousand dollars, you would immediately go into lt. You would provo your faith in what I tell you by your prompt and untnediato action. Now, if what you call faith in Christ has lod you to sur ...

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. — 8 August 1888

DR. TALMA GE'S SERMON: None Lii?so Jesus. "Unto you thcroforo which believe, Ho ls )rcoloun."~-1 Pol.a? 7. . Wu lind for many yoars In tins coun try commercial depression. What was tito nmttor with tho stores? With tho harvests? With tho pooploV Lack of f aith I Money enough, goods onough, tkllful brains onough, industrious bands mough, but no faith. Now.what dam ages tho commorclal world, damages '.ho spiritual. o un a ll KAT LACK s faith. That ls the hinge' on which .eternity turns. Tho Blblo says wo aro saved by faith. "0," says some ono In tho audience, "I have faith. I bollovo that Christ carno down to savo tho world." I reply that in worldly Mattors, whcn.you have,faith you al ways act upon it. For instance, if I . ;ould show you a business oporation by which you could inako live thousand dollars, you would immediately go into lt. You would provo your faith in what I tell you by your prompt and imm?diate action. Now, if what you call faith in Christ has led you to sur render y...

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. — 8 August 1888

i-1 ii ti lishe d Weekly nuiiiiwriiiww'i"'" iimwnwm- mm ami BEMETTSYILLE, S. C" WEDNESDAY, AUG. S, ISSS. CL?:VI;LANIVS ANCESTORS, OUR PRESIDENT COMES FROM A STURDY LINE. AAllON CI.KVKI.ANIJ. Tho City ?if Clovotumi? O., Wan Kurnell for Ono ?if Hie Itoliitloiiii-How tlio Nnmu ) locarno "Clevoluml" limteucl pf "Cleuvo luixl"-(Udor Mailors. Prosldont Cleveland and Ids family huvo been somowhut treated of In tho news papers, but tboro I? no fuller exposition of all mattera conuoetod with them than ' will bo found In "Appleton's Now Cyclo unidla of Amortcim biography. " Tbo first volume of tills contains alt tho Clovoluuds of prondnouco In American history, and not a few of those will be unknown to tho uvorago reader. Oro vor Cleveland hloi se! f la descended from Moses Clovo land, who loft Ipswich, county of Suffolk, Kurland, in 1?U5, and sullied ut Woburn, Moss. This mun wan tho great-grandfather of tho great-great grandfather of Grover. President Clovo land's /fraudfather's name was Wi...

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. — 8 August 1888

1U?NN13TTSVILLH M. OA. VV?d??uSdilY A no-. i\ 1888. _LIZ.* ."T"""" Iii*? " ....... PRICK, $1.50 PKR YEAR IN AUVANCK OjjtVtt ill Post Oljlvii Jilt ((lilli/. ?! UL JLLLw.i.ii.^LL'.,J.1.i,LV;;,iijy.?j:"r-'~?grg'.;.!.1-1.1 Jr.. .J.'.JU ; OSoial O?|an for tb Town asl Gounly. " THE CHEAPEST ADVEtUISIHU MEDIUM I? THE COUHIY.'T* ho Inr?ost Uonn-l''iclo Circulation ol' any Papar Publiahod in Marlboro County. Mr. J. Proston Gibson is our authorized ngcub nt Gibson Station, N. 0. . . ^TOW?lND "COUNTY '"?EWS~? OUR CHURCH DIRECTORY? MKTUODISX-Rov.J.W.Danbd Pastor Sunday School 4,30 p. in, Proaebing at ll a. m., and 8.510 p. in, Prayer-iuooling un Wcdnosday afternoon ut -1 o'clock. Supt. S. S., .1. F. Everett . BAPTIST-HOV/ lt. N, Pratt Pastor Proaebing ll 11. m., 8.?50 p.m. Sunday School every Sunday morning al 1).HO Prayormeoting Thursday afternoon tit 8.80 o'clock. Supt. S. S., M. F. lOlioibo. PUIOSIIYTHIII A N-Hov. Wi H. Corbott pastor. Preaching at 11:00 a. iii. and 5.80 li. m. Sunday School...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 August 1888

li AIIIS ON PJiANTS. How A hey Servo lu Many "\Vnys usa Help and Protection. The surface of immy plants la cover ed with hairs. Those hui in are usually slender outgrowths of the epider mal eells, and may consists of rows of colls placad end to end. Tho end cell may he sharp pointed or consist of a nearly spherical hody. Many of tho hairs branch BO as to give tho plant a wooly or folt Uko covering. Some plants have stiff hairs with sharp, book ed points and these aro easily broken off, after which an irritating fluid may flow out. Of such aro tho hairs upon tho nettles. Tho structure of tho hairs upon plants ls so various that it la natural for any one to Inquire as to tho use of these surface outgrowths. When we look at the buds which aro formed In tho autumn, and have tho future young branches as their vital parts within, it is found that the scales are thick and often covered with a denso growth of halr3. Over it all there may bo a coat of varnish which sorvos to keep out tho .mo...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 August 1888

'JPlio End of a Quarr ol. Mr, Torry wa? au old baoliolor and Miss Briggs was an old wald. 'Ho llvod iii tho brick liouso on tho bill and sho in tho cottago Opposite, and they wore mortal cnomlos. Ho despised hor because she kent two rtrt*s ?nd s cansrv and she loathed him for his af leo tl on for a hugo mastiff, and au old kuook kneod horso. Miss Briggs would bayo hardly felt pleased had sho known that Mr. Pony rode back and forward on this worn out pieco of horse-flesh for the purposo of annoying lier. Thoy never spoko, but thoy managed to keep up a porfoot warfare by dis agreeable manners and wrathful glaucos. Sho sat hour aftor hour boneath tho canary bird in tho window, with hor cat perched upon tho sill and hor knit ting In hor hand, throwing glances of scorn to tho opposite side, whoro ho, with a cigar and nowspapoiy recoived and paid thom back with interest. For two years they lived and fought (md no ono could bring about poaco bo tween them. It was a pity, tho neigh bors all...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 August 1888

<(ARtft.v?.,i?,'jr.v>\'>:/?-.".:-ivv.':'..'.salt* '?;.-.? '". r_* mn i) M nu nan A raw finn vv I u Published. Weakly. ^???^TgYILLE, S. C., WEDNESDAY. AUG. S, 1SSS. To Expel Moscpiitoes. Take a picco of gum camphor about ono-third tho si/.o ol' a lieu's ogg, and ?vap?ralo it by placing it iii a thin vessel and holding iL over a lamp, taking caro that it docs not ignite. Tho smoke will .soon lill thc room and expel tim mosquitoes which will not return as long as tho Odor remains, oven though thc windows uro loll open nil night. The Reason Why Ayer'a nils aro so popular is, lliat wldlp always reliable as a cathartic medicine, they never leave any ill ?fleets. This is bucanso (hey are purely vogotnblo, and ontircly iron from calo mel or any other dangerous drug. In all cases, therefore, whether tho patient bo old or ypn\ig, they may bo confl dently administered. In tho Southern and "Western States, where derangements of tho liver aro so general, Ayor's Tills have proved an in e...

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. — 19 July 1889

v-' 11 Do thou Qroat Liberty Inspiro our Souls and. mako our lives in tlfy possousion happy, or our Doatks Glorious in thy Just Defenooi" VOL. XIII. BENNETTSVltiLE, S. G., JULY 19, 1889. ? ?? . . . -.-,_.__._ JNO. 32 Railroad Guide, (bpo Eear and Yadkin Valley R. K. Uoudonsod Timo Tablo Ko. 12. ?Vi/a'rt</ 5.45 ?. Jil., Mondan> Juno l2tK 1889. Pinn A 35 6 ?6 6 4 S 7 M 8 HO Ul (ID Ul 211 1 45 2 05 0 (HI Ira ?na moving North. mid Mail. Freit/hj ?nd Ar??. ? ut Leave IlonnottHvlllo 7.00 a m II m Artivo Mnxton 11.00 a, m it in Lottvo Maxton IMO a nt rv itt Arrlvo Fayottovillo 1.60 p m ft m I.oavo " 0 'Mi it in it tn Arrlvo Sanford 12 55 p nt ii nt I/cuve S ii m u rd 2 40 p m pm Arrivo Uroonsboro 8 00 pm p m I.tuvo " 6 05 ti m pm Arrlvo Mt. Airy ll HO n m No, 1-ltrnikfast at Vuyottovillo, Dlnnor ut Urcousboro. 'fruin* moving Routh. mid Mull. Freight and Acoom. No. 2, Pa?s. 3 45 n in 7 45 a III ll 55 a m i 02 |i m I 25 p tn 3 20 p in 3 35 p Tn 5 25 p ni 5 35 p tn 0 40 p in Louve Mt. A...

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