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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 July 1889

flow Artemas Ward Beoamo a Le otu re r. Artemus Ward was undoubtedly tho greatest humorist America bas yot pro duced. Ho was goolul and companion able, but not a great conversationalist, nor did lie scatter tho scintillations, of Ids wit ?nfl humor bvo>(dca?ti- but, on tho contrary, was modest and retlcont lu company, and only once in a whllo sot tho table in a roar with somo dry joko, at which ho never h.ughol him self. In fact Artemus coulu not mako an off-hand speech at all, and even tho simplest of responses had to bo written out and committed to memory. It may bo interesting to know how thc great humorist carno to take to tho locturo platform,-when, befoio his great success in that linc, lie had con ll lied himself exclusively to tho pen; ano, as I had a linger in the pie, I wl)l relate lt. About thirty years ago thcro was a paper published in this city by several brothers named Stephens, called Vanity Fair, having for contributors such men as Thackeray, Fitz-Jnmos, O'Brien,...

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. — 19 July 1889

R Si 'L?M?i ocie-Firat Exquisito ^-w ^au 'Jovo, Cholly, you uro iookiuij all broke up. What's up?" Second Ditto-"ju was walking ?own streot just now with my choicest suit on, and a fellow insulted mo grievous ly.? "You don't mean it, old boy! "What did bo do?" "Why. tho rascal stuck into my band one of those beastly thrce-dollar-pants cirouhirsl My goodnessl I really thought I should swoon." - mp - Sri.iT His J5iDies.'--Two Irishmen were engaged in splitting rails in Aus tralia When their employer overheard tho following ready application of a metaphor: "Uah, my jokorl" exclaimed Paddy Burn, as he drovo a wedge homo with peculiar offoct into a largo block of thc tren." "Aro you making him laugh, Pad dy?" asked Jack Galway. "Laugh is it?" rejoined Paddy, "troth, i'm making him split bis sides lniltfhhu? " O JA) Mr. Widower bad been sitting silently alono with Miss Autumn for Ijlteen minutes. Finally ho spoke: "Miss Autumn, you aro pretty" "Oh, Mr. Widuvverl" "You aro pr?t-" "How can ...

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. — 19 July 1889

THEMARLBORO DEMOCRAT ' . * ?Y Q. A. BROWN & Cb. Publisherl WBBkly. Friday, July 10, 1883. mUTOlilATj NOTES. - Hon. Hurry Tracy, of Toxae, will address tho Allianco *a Max ton to-dny-tho 10th. - Col. A. O. Jono?, Suporin tondant of tho Carolina Central Railway, died in Wilmington on tho 12th. Ho was buried at Bo livia, Mooro County, and ovor 1000 of his employees attondcd tho funeral. - Tho five cents savings hank of Greensboro, N. C., has been in oporation less than two years and luis on deposit nearly $115.000. - If tho crop of cotton of 1889 is wrapped in cotton bagging $4.900. 000 will romain insido tho lines of tho cotton States to bo added to the circulating medium. - Thoro aro fourteen Johns towns in this country and only thrco of them have been Hooded yot, ono in 'Pennsylvania' one in Iowa, and ono in Now York. - Mrs. John Tylor, widow of Ex-Proaido.nt Tyler, died in Rieh niond Va., on tho 10th. - Tho "State Line" Allianco, of Gibson Station, N. C., will havo a grand farm...

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. — 19 July 1889

BY S. A. HUOWN & CO. Tho Oldest and Largest Newspaper I?suod in Marlboro Oountyi Official Organ for tho Town and County. ? ' jHE 0^ THE cb?H?Y. Ojj?ce iii Vost ?tjice ButUUnff. Jil?NNETTSVILIili SO. CA. PridayTjuly 19, 1389._ %>T0WN ANO COUNTY NEW8*9 SURVIVORS REUNION, i Evory nrrangomcnb bus boon completed for tim r?union ou Saturday uoxt, and it in hoped that lu rospouso to tho cull of Prcaidonb J. A, W. Thom AR, ovory "sur vivor" of tho luto war iii Marlboro will bo prouont. Novor mimi tho loss of ouo day, but como lo town on Saturday and con tribute by your prosonco to tho on joy? numb of A grand reunion. rt ITOLT8 ROOD E. Some mi iou: u>'< with a heart for conso. created proport; brok o into tho colored ohuroll al hrivoj Oroon hiBb wook and iuol< th- church Ilyi?u iiook and tho largo cliuroli clock. Wo wouldn't glvo much for bia hldo if bhoy oaten him. lil?T TJ8 DU READY I Tho young Indies and gentlemen .willing to assist, will pienso meet mo nt tho Court Mouse ...

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. — 19 July 1889

gfftf*"'*M?J. ,".I.111 11 . MUCH ADO. : When you think of it, friend, tho worries, The troubles th:tt wear you out, Aro often tho veriest trille?. That conation sense would flout; They write tho forehead with wrinkles, They how tho shoulder with care, ?et a little patience would show you, friend. Just how thek weight to hear. . 3t'n somobtnlv lato to breakfast And the col?ce growing cold ? ?lt's a hutton that isn't fastened, Or a string loo slight to hold \ And time and temperare wasted, And fun ls driven away, /vml ftp '?". th(} V.?Uit'Of Kviit?viiOss, Thc home ls spoiled for a nay. .A ixl the childi en make a litter Ol 1ovs upon tho floor. And .hilmnv forvcts lo wipe his feet. Ami Susi? lo shut the door: Ami who that heals you scolding, Wh'ch alter awhile you'll rue. Wet <! O'-in those IKM-UK-SS little ones Just lill the world to you? Tis well that ?tul and the angels Know better far than we, ? . . , ii ?I hat our conscience and our conduct, friends, Ko seldom quito agree. .Tis...

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. — 19 July 1889

Bit. TALMA WS SEUMQN: Ruinous Company. - "A. companion ot toola shall bo dostroycd." I??tdyv, 13: ?). .'May lt pleaso tho court," suhl a convicted criminal, when asked if he had anything to say before sentence of death was passed upon him, "may it pleapo the court, bad company has beon uiy ruin. I recolved the blessings of good parents, and, In return, promised to avoid all evil associations. Had I kept my promlso I should have been saved this shame, and beon free from tho load of guilt that hangs round mo Uko a vulturo, threatening to drag mo to justice for crimes yot unrovealod. I, who'ouce moved in tim first circles of society, and havo been the guest of dis tinguished public mou, am LOST Tiiuouan HAD COMPANY. . This ls but ono of tho thousand proofs that the companion of fools shall bo destroyed. It is tho invariable rule. Thero Js a well man in tho wards of a hospital, whoro there aro a hundred people sick with ship fever, and be will not bo so apt to take tho disease as a good...

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. — 19 July 1889

I DIL TRIAGE'S BKliiilOM: Ruinous Company. "A companion ot fools shall DO destroyed." PROY.1O:&). .'May lt please tho court," ott hi a convicted criminal, whoa asked lt' ho had anything to say boforo sentence of death, waa passed ivy'?ii him, "may lt idease the court, bad company hos been loy ruin. I received tho blessings of good parents, and, In return, promised lei'avoid all evil associations. Had I kopt my promise I should havo been saved this shanie, and been free from the load of guilt that bangs round mo like a vulture, threatening to drag mo to justice for crimes yot unrevealed. I, \yho>onco moved in tho first circles of socioty, and have bcon tho guest o? dis tinguished public mou, am LOST THROUGH HAD COMPANY. Tills ls but one of tho thousand proofs that the companion of fools shall bo destroyed. It is tho invariable rule. Thero is a well man in tho wards of a hospital, where there aro a hundred people sick with ship fevor. and ho will not be so apt to tako tho disea...

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. — 19 July 1889

Published Weekly, Friday, July 19, 1889. SAMUEL Tin? REFORMER. LESSON III, THIRD QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, JULY 21. Text of tho Lesson, I Sum. vii, l-l? -Com mit to Mouiory VoraoH 3-4-Ooldon Text, lsi?. 1, IO, 17-Commentary by tho Hov. 1>. M. Stearns. [Compiled from Lossow Helper Quarterly by per mission ot II. 8. llotTuuui, publisher, Philadel phia.! 1. "And tb? mon of Ktrjath-jcarliu came nud fetched up tho Ark of tho Lord." This holy vessel, tho Ark of Jehovah, which wis tho most Marod vessol bi tho Tabornuclo, or In tho Tomplo, tho samo Ark being used in each, mid which ls mentioned now ut least thlrty-flvo times slnco chap. Hi,'3, la to ino ono of tho most interesting of Diblo studio?, ,nnd s?>eaks to mo of Jesus lioth as God mid mun, God'? mw in His heart, delighting to do tho svill ol' God, fulfilling all righteousness, tho end of tho law for righteousness to ovory ono that boliovoth, our morey soot, our hidden manna, our High Priest chosen by God, tho great hoad ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 October 1889

" 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. FORMUL -PURE FINE ORi 4 to 5 A in mouin 22 to 24 Phos. A 48 to 5*2 Ihme li PURE D1SSOLV A to 4 per cont, f 28 to 3*2 pur cent. No. 1 DISSOLV 3 to 31 per cent. 25 to 30 por cont. Stag Suttor Phosphate, (or Tolncoo ; At Pun? Kino O roana Hnw Bone : Bi Bird (hinno und Potash, lor Corn ; gi Ornum! "Sulpluuo ol't?o.hi ; ch stni,.hutn nt' Ammonia, 25 per cent ? oi Kuinit, W Nitrato of Soda, 'Jd to 08 per cont. EONE BLACK, FISH, All gradin Oui?mated Guanoes, J rep ruso. it?:d to bo. Bund for prices I? RENI October 4, 1889. l'tiOH, K. OhDLKY HOPE ll, NEWTON Dudley <& Sewton, Attorneys anil Counselors at Lav* Bonncttcvillo, 8, 0. WILL prnctico in tho Courts of tin Fourth Cirouit nnd in the Unite* Kt utos Courts. [Fob 14 8( townsend & Mc-Laui'iPi Attorneys at Law BENNETTSYILLE, S. C. OFFICE OvEa J F EVKUEIT'S STORE. T0WH5ES8 ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 October 1889

"Do thou t??oat Liberty Inspiro our Souls and m ?ko our lives in thy i happy, or.our Deaths Glorious iu thy Just*Defenoo." BENNETTS VILLE, t?; C., OCTOBER 4, 1889. JSIO; 43 W??m ? FORMUL 1 PURE FINE GEO 4 tb 6 Ammonia, 33 to 24 Phos. Ac 48 to 52 liono Ph VVlil'J D1SSOLV 3 to 4 per cent, n 28 to 32 por cent. ito. 1 D1SSOLV, 3 to 3J per cent.. 25 to 30 per cont. Ht?? Sn por Phosphate for Tobacco ; An Puro Fine Gruutiu Uiuv Hone; Jil? Pirti (humo ?nd Potash, tor Corn ; gu (Jrouud Sulpluuo of Soda; gu Sulnhuto of Ammonia, 25 per cent { Hu ltai?lt. M? Nitrate of Soda, ?JO to 08 per oont. E0NBBLA0K, TISH,; AU grndo< Cub mated Guanoes. A veniesouU d to be. Bund for prices bel RENE CVI..W-I, 18S9. Tl!t)8. K. DllDLKY HOPE lt. NEWTON Dudley & Newton, Attorneys anti Oounselois at Law Bennett?villo, S. C. WILL practico in tho Courts of thc Fourth Circuit and iii the United States Courts. [Pcb 14 80 townsend & Mclaurin, Attorneys at Law .BENNETTSYILLE, S. C, OKWOK OVER-J ? EvERKrr's S...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 October 1889

A Sod Spa. yon,/. . .\ fl!>f|6| ni an ?ft il o? l- ovor tho no?, w Hew- ????ii?jl?wp WOK non anil low, ' v ul UiO MIIK?B n bailad c'? ocean glc? >: it.tr HWCOtl.V iii K^ntl?flow. A M?idov wlfo ?at out on tho ahore A;. ?i lirsaraed. of ft ?tdn OP tbo docp, Xiui ??or tailor riirm ?be enw no moro, ?? or lio slept in a souuO, eouud elcop. (.lu? ?ador P*i)od nwfty aiid ftway, i? v'?ior.? tbo Bersr?B worn Horco and wild, A tul waa IpHt ftt tho break of a stormy dny I o bia wlfo and lils ltttle child. ?J ho wiiut? woro ind mu? tho wnvoa woro mild, ? <M ibo Be? ?aug ft Btory of Ufo, . '. . Haby to thoBfttlor child, <\ .vail to tho Bailor wllot A WIFE'S ECONOMY. ., * *; i Vi ''i cVt-V. . ' Mr; and Mrs. Blossom wore now . i of a lino brilliancy but of a small m. ultiido iu tho society of Warions? Lau i*. Alexander Blossom and Miimlo ll; lom had been married for ono short which time seemed to them just on- long summer's day. There aro sov ; i in married people unliko Aloxander Minn...

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. — 4 October 1889

j/wus. Ol?, vou Tlod, too,' when a Indy, but, you br thoii. It was our liouBO -who sho lind troublo , thou ?bo said: > lady that washes she will suit you. could koop ho\iso ut away wo nil la th. inter Julia, "ft indy Why, sh" will ox er." oat with tho family," 'M'olito Western way of vjmr mother, quiotly. "If rk well, wo can mnnago dinted day our "wash-lady" .expected a bold caricaturo .style,, who would makio us -j./ mich sho hud condescended \ >A'lrtg to do our washing, but wkon idle knock carno ut our buck door, .. wo answered it cn masse, there on uujfered a quiet littlo woman with soft -""brown hair just touched with groy. "Tell lier to como in and eat her din ner," mother lind Wild, when wo roso from the table. But who had cleared off a littlo placo on ibo kitchen-table and Bet a cup and plato there, und no persuasions would induce her toconiointothedining-room. AVhen ber work wm dono ?ho took her pny und went away us quietly as ?ho caine, but sho lind mudo two promises ...

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. — 4 October 1889

?m Mimi.WlliiriMIIMM?HlWIIM"" ?Mt, li BHBBB?; ?{ |AVtt3' Oh, you ?EKPSBi J?i-'hjd, iou, wnmi ggj;,l'aludy, but, you Bnm|? l'ci' tuon. It. was ? Bjffl|>j'' our house who i BB5?fKhu liad tvoublo KEBftr), then ?bo said: Ko lady that washoa HML'dro will suit you. Hw.; could koop houso ?jut away wo all in H?ftii. HBpsmtor Julia, "a lady Bf $ Why, ?ho will ox? Ks ?oat with tho family," .?y'olito Western way of jwmr mother, quietly. "If ?R'{brit voil, wo can monago BSs\yvluted doy our "wash-lndy" -.y^i^xpectod n bold caricature ^^flr H ? " style, who would make us fwy Irlich (ibo had condescendod ?Er v./Mg to do our washing, hut when l^^^^nitle knock eamo at our back door, iiTowuj WO answered it cn innsse, Ibero on ;\ij.jiered a quiet littlo woman with soft ""?brown hair just touched \vitli gray. "Toll her to como in and eat her din ner/' mother had said, when wo roso from tho table. But sho had cleared oflf a littlo placo on tho kitehen-tublo and set a cup and plate there, and no persu...

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. — 4 October 1889

??V G. A. w?Ovvw Ct VQ. ? I Published Wsskly. "Friday; ?o^fe4^Bp| TO OU R F IM KN OS . Tho full of thc year lias como, and i.oino*poet has said it was the caddcs.t of ?ho year, but to tbo hnrdworked prlnlora and publishers tho harvest limo ja tho happiest of tho wholo year. WJiyV becnuso thoy in common with tli>),l?st of, mankind look to tho har Vest ti ino for renumeration for the 1 abbi's of perhaps tho whole year. It b u ''big time," and is measured by | ?lie success of tho. farmers-ns go the mbps; 30 go every thing else Big erops and good prices make times rasier, und more cheerful. 1889 has la on blessed, and monoy will be easy, ami every one who has a debt unpaid will bo in a condition to pay it and begin 1890 with n satisfaction not often okperionoed. Wo do hope tho co is not a subscriber to tho DKMOCUAT who will wait for a dun, but will take pleasure in calling on us nt th' ir convenience or send in their dues by lotter whon they lind they can sparc it ho<t. Don't forg...

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. — 4 October 1889

Munn i wu? I m Btv*' &- tJO. Pgwl Newspaper., toro County. B.A..i>r:ivi VJ:M:- . F?ov/n and County / ?M?OllIMIH lHf (;'Jl)HlY. _._j/lf So. CA? ?bov 1 '.809. COUNTY NEW8.^ HT) I.-.>,!... ,jp cotton seed for SW^WBr, Who ?viii spnro thom to us? .,.,;>i'0\>< UAH TMNiBLED. ? iphesy ttjut tho imukot would iioh lout, thu t.rst of Outobor hm hoon arj' Um iiim icofc hus tumbled from i>., i... ,i?. Olin hopo is that it, will go up gum. but there lu no couuting on coln Minutions. VAX? AT FAYJBTTJayililiB. Tho 27th nnuuui Fair ni Fayetteville, "Ul bo hold on tho 20, 21 and 22ml of November, so u to include tho groat con 1 op nial Hon. Julian S. Carr, of Durham, will bo iito Chief Marshal. ,,AY Ol-1 ATONEMENT. To-day, Friday, tho tenth day after tho N iw Jowish Year, will, neoirdlng to the . . nunauds lulu down In tho 23rd ohaptor ol Lovttlciv, bo observed by our Israelites!! fi .ends ns a day of fasting, aud npcolal ; H ayer, abstaining from all food and buBl . ss of nt'V ...

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. — 4 October 1889

l?qpt Ncwripapor, Lro Comity. I. .-.....??..?jS?. 'ten and Couaty / .. .?'.............?"-...',;.'"* MEDIUM IN I Hf C jVHlY. /;Htf? !;n if dt tiff. T,r So. (JA rr froo* 4, '.800. r Y NEWS-*? j.'DU.NlSJi.THElMP If ty l)n?b..!s ol cotton aood for Who cvlll apuro thom to uar ?f^M MA? TUMBLED. Vi ? 'phesy thut tho market would u l, bruit thc (.rat of Ootobor hue boon nip Um maikut ban tumbled from ii , ?... O iii hopo ia thnt it will go np guiu. bub thorn ia no oouuting on coin* 'limitions. VAIR AT FAYETTEVILLE. Tho 271h unnnnl Fuir nb Fayetteville, "dil bo hold on tho 20, 2t nod 22ud of November, BO na to iuoludo tho grout con i nimiiil linn. Julinu S. Carr, of Durham, will bo tito Chief Marshal. wAY OF AT OWU ME NT. To-day, Friday, tho tenth day nftor tho IS aw Jewish Yoar, will, ncoirding to tho 0 minauda lulo down in tho 23rd obnptor 01 Lovltlciv, bo ob?orvod by our Israelites)) I nonda na a day of faBtlng, aud apooial ?"ayer, abstaining from all food and bual iii ?a of any kind. EA...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 October 1889

Nobody Elso. . arwo little lihitds. so careful niul brisk, " rutting tho tciv tlilng!? away, .vf */lYlille mot hui- Is vesting a whllo in her chair, For 8ho has benn busy all Oily, , . , Ami the dear little Hilliers are working for love, .- lt hough they are tender and woo. ".i'll do lt so nicely," she says to hoi soli ; 'Ibero's nobody else, you seo " ,',I\vo tittle root Just scampered op stabs, For papa wllf quickly be hore. JAnd lils shoes must bo ready and wann by tho Aro That Is burning, so bright and so clear ; Xhcn sho must climb on a chair to heep watch "llo ennn?>t como In without mo. 3i* -V/lit'ii niotber ls tired 1 open tho door There's noboily olso, you seo." ? ? . ? * tc * . two little {irma around papa's dear neck, And a soft, downy chook 'gainst his own ; For out of tho nest so cozy anil bright Tho little ono's mother has llown. . fc-Uho brushes the tear drops away as sho thinks: "Now ho luis no ono bul mo. I must n11 give way! that would make him so sail, Ami ther...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 October 1889

HHffl|c< 'ind in Bfarohito'.' BnHBSm^Htin ' n (?(> BBBfa times " SsgnL The ? ito uDun^ HBi ti io affljn^ of her ^H.-ioiM-'li nil Hf ivy R*ro twrnfy HB 01 dofojtloo BfflTOffll'" ' - BBriosiiM^ith'iiyf fBWjffi?fg v ' thoro '.<: mWf 1 long, B?HBS?SBHWBB^^-' of tho ,.:; WBBr;''' -mud inion 'ffly:nd io hoop it B^'eiiy II hdu> was , |BthoKlirpiun wator , BBBF" do ri OK i ho timo . BBwator WAS Uopt in Hrj^dil limo of drought mSSr Jj r ..-"iild -li " un down ?Bre?Br nilhor end of tho Hf^ , ;ig I h ' M I ' U] di r utos tho co ^SPPIP^^^gP^lK' um paho'e n milo mid ' u roxi nd) ti ' p.duco sovon .md u hull' (U .! wif-: of Kehn nduozzar had horn ?pd brought up in the eoun hd m .1 ni nintftinpdfl rogion, and ... . mia ?ol heu- thin Hat district of Bu hy (on j and BO, to ploaso his wifo, Nebuchadnezzar had built in tho midst ol' the city a mountain four hundred feet high. This mountain was built out into ' . , ' TKRMACES SUPPORTED ON A110HK8. On tho top of thoso arches a layer of hut ?...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 October 1889

A. Kin?o'v nihn nailed over .-jTivo unto h?/ ~:,"z^r TT . '' ^^i^^^^:^_ rFo/^fl,^i<l of thicken. ?/EDITOR : .??t paragraph in thc last issue of .?.^/DKMOCRAT in regard to thc preach /who had closed his special meetings, /d who had become so disgusted wi h /lucken that he was unwilling to see /one's track, iriay lead some ol your readers into thc difficulty of mistaken identity, so that they may feel some hesitancy in setting chicken before those pi cachets who still appreciate the feath. oreti tribe, and whose digestive organs are unimpared; I am disposed to say that \vh lc I am not remarkably fond of Chicken,especially if it is not thoroughly cooked, that ! HIP. not willing to be re ga fd cd as thc man who can no longer appreciate a good dish ot chicken. What was thc real ilifllculty in tho'case? Was it that thc chicken was really indigesti ble ? or did the good man cat loo much ? W. H. KIRTON, Ihat ''Magnificent Poar Treo." Mn. EDITOR : ]n your iksuo of lost wt ok you speak of ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 December 1889

V* "Do thou Great Liberty Inspire our Souls and make our lives in thy possession happy, or dur Deaths Glorious in thy Just Defence." VOL. XIV. BEN3^ETTSVILL:?, S. G I DEOEMBER 20, 1889. IMO. 2 Jj AW VAMIBB. Ayy ?A.? ?>,?jyy? VN*AAAVSA/*VW^N*AAAAAAAAAA/W<AAAAA TII08. E. DUDLEY, HOPE II. NEWTON. kUDLEY & NEWTON, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, . BENNBITSVILLE, S. C. ? AVill prootico in tho Courts of tho Fourth Oirouit mut in tho United StutoH OonMs. [Fob. 14, '86. TOW?Slt??D.& McLAUKIN, Attorneys at Law, BENNETTSVILLE, S. C. MST Ollieo ovor J. P, Eveiott's Storo. TOWNSEND & MOLAUUIN & POLLOCK, Attornoys nt Law, Choraw, 8. C. WNOX LIVINGSTON, Jfcta ATIOUNEY AT LAW, il o n u o 11 s v i 11 o , S . C . KNOX LIVINGSTON. EDWARD MCIVER . LIVINGSTON & MCIVER, A?ouiuya ul LuW, Choraw, - - So. Cn. fi W. BOUC il Iii?. 9 , Attorney ut Law, Roonottsvillo, S. C . BQrOlBeo on Darlington St., west of I the Court Houso. r.fi~L ?io????s, X o Attorney nt Law, ? e ti n o ( t s ...

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