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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 February 1904

- . SUPPL ?ME NT' . THE MARLBORO DEMOCRAT BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., FEBRUARY 26, 1904. FORMER STATE HOUSE COMMISSION'S REPLY. Text o? the Answer to the Legislative Committee's Report on the " State House. ' _ ALL THE ISSUES ARE FULLY DISCUSSED A Document of Interest to All the People of South Carolina-The Charges and Counter Charges. Tn the Honorable Senate an? thc House . bf Representatives: On Monday. Feb. 8th, 1901, lhere was presented to your honorable body a re- j port of tho Joint committee appointed under concurrent resolutions adopted at ttio session ol 1S'J3, "to consider tho several reports of thc commission on the completion of tho State house and facts relating thereto," of which com mittee Hon. Robert Aldrich, of Barn? well, was chairman, and Hons. R. I. Manning, of Sumter, J. O. Patterson of Barnwell, J. M. Rawlinson of Rich land dud T. V. '\viiiiarns of Lancaster wore members. -.-? SltrS'report contained tho findings of said committee and tho testimony up on which said fi...

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. — 26 February 1904

ditk>n which must necessarily surround these closets HE loni aa they wer . located. Realizing the Importanc ot such conveniences; und being vinced' thut some provision for oin '^wist be made before the penni Work on the State house was comp the commission sought to prov' ' different, moro convenient and locality In tho building for closets. These new closets wet contemplated when the ' questl- ?: completing the State house can fore the general assembly, nor wen. there any plans, specifications or con tract relating thereto; but the commis sion believing that out of the appro priation enough had been saved to in stall these necessaries, mnde such con tract with reference to them as justi llos us In courting the most rigid In vestigation. At the time the fixtures wore installed there was no sewerage system in the city ot Columbia, and no municipal regulations covering details which though adopted for tho sake of uniformity and governmental regu lation uro but arbitrary. Since this ...

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. — 26 February 1904

.. I .-om its appearance it looked to me BS if sortie one had used some kind bi bar to prize it loose. The work had the appearance of being well done. 1 rem;'in. Yours, very truly. Columbia Plumbing and Cornice Works. H. H. Chapman, Manager. Telegram : Columbia. S. C., Feb. 18,1904. A. C. Dover, Donia, Fla. Did the State house roof show flesh ings were torn out when you examined UV (Signed) Frank P. Milburn. Telegram : neala. Fla.. Feb. 18,1901. Fiank P. Milburn, Architect. Yes. some half dozen places absolute ly pulled away from wall. (Signed) A. C. Dowr. Columbia, s. c., Feb. ir,, loo-h Mr. Frank P. Milburn. ? ".ar Sir: 'l am a native of Georgia, but now a resident of Charlottes X. C. 1 am a practical cornice ami molal and shoot worked, with yoara actual ex pel ?once. 1 did a groat deal of work on the State capitol at Columbia; had charge of tho shoot metal work of tho inner miine and tho outer dome, and also tin- guttering, and the sanio was put in according to the plans and deta...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 February 1904

*" ""-TT--T-?Tim ii ?nummn min? II n-vm*im I, THE PEOPLED g Contributions From AN ENGLISHMAN ON IMMIGRATION BU Views on the MetbodH .That Muit in? Kniployed to llrlnK Imiul ' granta to .South Cnrollnn. To the Editor ot The State: I have been much interested in read ing report? In the newspapers express ing publie opinion on the question of introducing into the State of South Carolina a class of European immi grants--farmers, who in sonn; respects ure less ambitious than American farmers-a class of people who will be content with small farms, say HO. 'M or SO acres ol* ground. 1 am told that the south has enough even now of common laborers, and that the need ls simply those who will enter the State and buy up the large tracts of lands und convert them into small farms. The peasantry or France have small farms which they till with artistic skill and reap excellent harvests for their industry. They aro a thrifty people, save their money and at times of prent financial depression have s...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 March 1904

"DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS A&D MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY 1 X>SSESSlON HAPPY. OR OUR DEA.THS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE. "BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, MA1XOH 4, 1904. NO. IO. OLD KING COTTON Will Fall Under the Attacks of th Boll Weevil. DIVERSIFICATION THE REMEDY. I>r. V/. Bplllmnn Talk? With Groat j Enthusiasm ol' tho Pioneer _-----Work Bein? Starked Near Columbia. The Columbia State of Wednesday says as has been announced in The State, Dr. Spillman came to Colum bia to speak of the diversification farm to be located near the city on the lands of Mr. P. H. Hyatt. Dr. Spillman and his auditors became so much engrossed in the general discus sion of the boll weevil and its menace to the south that bc had very little to Bay of the plans upon which he will work the farm near Columbia. He is very proud of this undertaking and calls the farm on Mr. Hyatt's place ."Diversification Farm No. 1," because . Mr. Hyatt was the tirst to consent to let a part of his farm be used b...

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. — 4 March 1904

8. A. BRO IV ir" - - - ISditor Friiav. February 26, 1904.' Subscription Price: Ono year.S 1.00 Six months.....00 Three months. .25 JPJBNAND SCISSORGRAPHS Tho Empress of China ia repor ted doad. Sam Jones will be in Rock ingham March 7th. Rochester, N. Y. had a live million dollar lire on Thursday night. Gen Charles M. Dick has been nominated State successor of Sena'tor Mark Hanna. New Do oar ur. Ala., had her priam bal business block bnnit?.d on Ih^ '.Mtti W?? uuo. Tiie Yl ic.];, ArkaiisaK, Oar pelt .um !? lumuiii^ j LiOtOi'j was burned on the 241li, loss $76,000, "Will Boggan, colored, was hung at Wadesboro, N. C., on Thursday last for the murder of John A. Sullivan, white, one year, a go. Greenwood county will leed off in the campaign this year with seventy-live candidates. We are glad to know that Marl boro ?bas not half that many hungry ofHce seekers. A (3 roed y Speculator. Daniel J Sully, who hy ' hulling" the market luis during the past season pat millions of dollars in tho p...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 March 1904

8. A. DUO Wy - - - Editor Fri?av. February 26, 1904.' Subscription Price: One year.8 1.00 Six months... XJ.50 Three months .7.25 PEN AND SCISSOR GRAPHS Tho EmprcsB of Chiua ie repor ted dead. Sam Jones will be in Rock ingham March 7 th. Rochester, N. Y. had a live million dollar lire on Thursday night. Geu Charles M. Dick has been nominated State successor of Senator Mark Hanna. New Dooufurj Ala hid her prihoibai bus: M - block lui rued taipei/ anti 1' ?i:????U?'C .? iiClOij was burned on the 2-ltb, loss $75,000, Will Boggan, colored, was hung at Wadesboro, N. C., on Thursday last for the murder of John A. Sullivan, white, one year, a go. Greenwood county will lead off in the campaign this year with seventy-live candidates. We are glad to know that Marl boro ?has not half that many hungry ellice seekers. A Greedy Speculator. Daniel J Sully, who hy ''bulling'' tho market has during thc past season put millions of dollars ia tito p ickets ot thc southern furtum s, is not satisfied wil...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 March 1904

HBEN1IETTSY?LLE, 'S. 0. KYS.AJIK?WN&CO. vi.. r ' 'i .'..'?. Ojjlce on Marion Street Oppoqit Masonic Hall.. Friday, February 26 1904. Our Town Qorvernment. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden,.C. S. Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, W. W. Pato. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Taurin. Office open daily. POLICE-J; F. David, H. ?. Harper. Marlboro County Officers. SnEUlFT-J. B. Green CLERK OP CLKBK-J. A. Drake JUDGE OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin CORONER-C. F. Covington SUPERVISOR-M. E. Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton TREASURER-J. H. Thomas AUDITOR-Chas. I. Sberrill. SENATOR-Chas. S. MsCall. REPR?SENTATIVES-D. D. MoColl, Jr. j. P. Bunch, Welcome Quick. M AGIS TAT KS-C- D. Eastorlnig, T. L Crosland, Bonnottdville, II. L. MoLaurin, MoColl John A> Calhoun. Clio, W. J. At ki HM) ii. Bl eu hoi tn, D. D. Stubbs, Brightovillo, \V. VV. Irby, Smithville._ I '{rectory of Bennettsville Lodges CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, K. of I ,, meets every second and fourth Mon ly nights at 7.30 o'clock. J. ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 4 March 1904

-Tho Society Upon the Stiuilnlo\v. I resido at Table Mountain, und wy mono isl Trutbtul Juntas; 1 Km not tip to sinai', deceit^, cr any sinful ?antea; AuilTil tell in '.inp!,- language what 1 know about tho row Tluit broke up our society upon thc Slanislow. But flret I would rctiiiirJLt?mt lt Isnot a proper | plan For any scientific gent to whale his fellow t- niau, And if a member don't agree with his peculiar ' whim, T.? lay for that same member fpr to "put a head" ou him. Kow nothing could be liner or more beautiful to eeo Than tho first six months' proceedings of that sumo society,. Till Brown of Culaveras brought ii lot of fossil bones That ho found within a tunnel near the tone? mont of Jones. Then Brown he read a paper, and ho recon structed there, From those same bones, an animal that Was extremely rare; And Jones then ask'd the chair for a .suspen sion of the rules Till he could provo that tiio.se same bones was one ol' his lost mules. Then Brown he smiled ;i bitter smile, ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 March 1904

V The "DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT, j INSPIRE 'OUR'SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY. OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE. BENNETTSVILiLE, S. C., FRIDAY, MARCH ll, 1904. NO. ll. JAPAN AM) CHINA. Whata Japanese Merolia t Fays About Their Uniting Forceo. ONLY QUESTION OF FEW YEARS Before tho English-Speaking People '.Will Find themselves Arrayed Against thc Doctrine of "Asia for AHiatiCM." Tte Chronicle says Russia and Ja pan ure still discussed, sometimes ve hemently in Augusta. The Japanese sympathizers are in an overwhelming majority, but the Russian sympa thizers, though in tile minority, stick to their guns and are daily growing more numerous. Mr. Janies R. Ran dall, who, early in the day, gave Ids reasons tor favoring tho Muscovites, was asked it' he had anything more to say on the subject and replied: "1 think it is unite useless, at this time, to discuss the matter, lt is difficult to change people':, minds, es pecla'iy when, as Mr. Stephens put it, they are "sot" in ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 March 1904

The lDO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE ?UR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY. OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL.1?IX. BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, MARCH ll, 1904. NO. ll. JAPAN AND CHINA. "What a Japanese Mirella t fays About Their Uniting Forces. ONLY QUESTION OF FEW YEARS Before tho KngHsh-SpcukiiiK People '-Will Find Themselves Arrayed Against the Doctrino of 4,Asln for Asiatics." The Chroui'Mc says Russia and Ja pan are still discussed, sometimes ve hemently in Augusta. The Japanese sympathizers are in an overwhelming majority, but the Russian sympa thizers, though iu tlie minority, stick to their guns and are daily growing more numerous. Mr. James R. Ran dall, who, early in thc day, gave his reasons tor favoring tire .Muscovites, was asked if he had anything more to say on thc subject and replied: "1 think it is quito useless, at this time, to discuss the. matter, lt is difficult to change people's minds, es pecially when, as Mr. Stephens put it. they are "...

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. — 11 March 1904

rile Democra "DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE ?UR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY. OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." voL.?ax. BEN NETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1904. NO. liv JAPAN AND CHINA. "What a Japanese Mercha trays About Their Uniting Forces. ,ONLY aUESTION OF FEW YEARS Before tho EngliBii-SpeakiiiK People 'Will Find TJ?ciii8elven Arrayed A^ninnt thc Doctrine of "Asia for Asiatics." The Chronicle says Russia and Ja pan are still discussed, sometimes ve hemently in Augusta. The Japanese sympathizers are in an overwhelming majority, but the Russian sympa thizers, though lu tlie minority, stick to their guns and are daily growing more numerous. Mr. James K. Ran dall, who, early In the day, gave his reasons tor favoring the Muscovites, was asked if he had anything more to say on the subject and replied: "1 think it is quite useless, at this time, to discuss the matter. It is d inion lt to change people':, minds, es pecially when, as Mr. Stephens ptit lt...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 March 1904

8. A. BROWN - - - Editor ^Pridav. March 11^ 1904. HubicrlptloB Prier: One year.$1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 HOMICIDE AT ll HD SPRINGS Both Young Men from Marlboro. News was received hero late Sun day evening of tiie shooting of Adolphus Jackson by Alonzo Weatherly near the town of Red Springs on Sunday morning. Both of these young men are from Marl boro. Mr. Jackson is a step son of Mr. Daniel MeDuffic, a well known farmer. Mr. "Weatherly is a son of Mr. Cornelius Weatherly who nioved from this county to lied Springs several years ago. Tlie real cause of the difficulty is not yet known. Both have families and are cousins. Weatherly slated when arrested that lie shot ill defence, as Jackson had told Ililli he was going to kill him. Jt is also skited that after shoot ing Jackson, Weatherly drove out to Scuflletowil, where lie shot and killed a woman. After this shoot ing lie started for South CtiroP.na, hut was not captured until Monday morning near Rowland. Ile says he does no...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 March 1904

THE MARLBORO DEMOCRAT 8. A. BROWN - - - Editor Fridav. March ll. 1904. Subscription Prier: One year.S 1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 HOMICIDE AT KKl) SPRINGS Both Young Men from Marlboro. News was received herc late Sun day evening of Hie shooting of Adolphus Jackson by Alonzo Weatherly near the town of Red Springs on Sunday morning. Both of these young men arc from Marl boro. Mr. Jacks?ii is a slop son of Mr. Daniel McDuflic, a well known farmer. Mr. Weatherly is a son of Mr. Cornelius Weatherly who moved from this county to Red Springs several years ago. Thc real cause of thc d i (lieu 1 ty is not yet known. Roth have families and arc cousins. Weatherly stated when arrested that he shot in defence, as Jackson had told him he was going to kill him. lt is also stated that after shoot ing Jackson, Weatherly drove out to Sc u Motown, whore he shot and killed a woman. After this shoot ing he started for South Carolina, but was not captured until Monday morning near Rowland. He says...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 March 1904

BENN1OTSYILL?, S. .0. BY ?. A. BROWN St, CO. O/jlco on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall. Friday. Maroh ii, 1904. IT IS A MATTER OFHEAUH ?ri? POWDER Absolutely Puro WERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Our Toion Gorvernment. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-J. Fr*nk Breeden, C. S Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, YV. W. Pate. CLERK & TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin. Office open daily. POLICE-J. F. David, II. C. Harper. r Marlboro County Officers. SHERIFF-J. B. Oreen CLERK OF CLEUK-J. A. Drake JUDOS OF PROBATE-M. MoLaurin CORONER-C. F. Covington SUPERVISOR-M. K. Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton TREASURER-J. K. Thomar* AUDITOR-Chas. I. Shcrrill. SENATOR-Cha?. S. MaCall. REPR?SENTATIVES-D. D. McColl, Jr. J. P. Bunch, Welcome Quick. MAOISTAIER-C D. Easterling, T. L. Crosland, Bennettsville, II. L. MoLaurin, MaCoii John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim, D. D. Stubbs, BrightBvillo, W. W. Irby, Smithville._ Directory of Bennettsville Lodges CONSOLIDATED LODOS NO. 15, K. or P., meets every Becond and fou...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 11 March 1904

r lili'o'M Car. .Hurry up!" No lingering by bid doors of doubt, No lojteringby the way; No walting a Tomorrow Car Hore comes along Today; Success Js somewhere down the track, Before the chance is gone Accelerate your laggard pace; Swing on, 1 say, swing on. .Step lively!" Belated souls are following fast; ; They shout and signal .'Wall!1' Conductor Time brooks no delay; Ho rings the bell of Fate; But you can give thc man behind, "With one hand on the bar, A final chance to trick defeat ^And board the moving car. "Move up!" Make way for others as you sit, Or stand! This crowded earth Has room for every journeying soul En route to Higher Birth. Aye, room and comfort if no one Took double share of space, Nor let his greed and selfishness Absorb another's place. "Hold fast!" The Jolting switch of Obstacles "With jarring rails is near; Stand tirm of foot, he strong of grip. Brace well, and have no fear. The Maker of the Car of Life Foresaw that curve-Despair And hung the st raps ol' Kai ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 March 1904

The Marlboro* Democra "DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MA KL OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY. OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE. BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1904. _[jg?_ NO. 12, . ' " -..Vir AN OHIO MOB Shot a Negro to Death, Thon Hanged Him and Shot Again. NEGRO KILLED A POLICEMAN. Tho Jail Was stormod by the Mob, Who Took Their Victim Out and Shot Him to Dentil. Richard Dixon, a neuro, waa shot to deaob at .Springfield Ohio, Monday night by a mob, for the killing of Policeman Ciarles Collis, who died Monday trom wound j received at the bauds Df Dixon on Sunday. Collis bad ::one to Dixon's room on the negro's request. Dixon nald his mistress had als clothes in her posses sion. Cillis accompanied Dixon to the room and tu ;. short time the man and woman engaged in a quarrel which resulted in Dixion shooting Uie wo man, who is variously known as Anua or Marnie Ci rbin, in the left breast, just over tin heart. She fell uncon scious at ti c first shot and C...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 March 1904

8K A, BROWN - - - Editor] Friday. Marok 18,1904. Subscription I'rlce: One year.?1.00 Six mouths.50 Three months.25 ATTENTION CAMP HEN EGAN; Tho minuit] meeting of Camp Ilene gan will be heltl in lite Court House ou the 4th (lay of April beuig tho first Monday. A'l veterans are considered members ami aro expected to be pres ent, as business of importance will bi transacted, hy o der of C. S McCall, Commander. C. M. Weatherly. Adjutant March 14,1904." f JUN AND SCISSOR GHAFHS Deputy T. L. Smith of Maxton has a pack ol'fine blood hounds. A train with 15 passengers was blocked in snow in Montuna ten days. Heavy floods arc reported in Pennsylvania and doing great damage. . Thc next Stale Confederate re union will bc held iu Charleston in may Governor llcyward stopped a chicken light at Greenville last week. Mr. P. Brooks Emanuel, late ol'Virginia has moved his family to Sumter to resido permanently. Thc annual reunion of the Uni ted Confederate Veterans will be held at Nashville, Tenn., ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 March 1904

BENNETTSYILLE, S. C. BY S. A. BBOWN & CO. lice on Marion Street Oppau .Masonic Hall, Friday. Marohl8, 1904. ITIS ? MATTER OF HEALTH POWDER Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Our Town Oorvernment. MAYOR-P. A. Hodges ALDERMEN-J. Frank Breeden, C. S Chaffin, A. G. Sinclair, W. W. Pate. CLERK SC TREASURER-Milton Mc Laurin. Office open daily. POLICE-J. F. David, H. O. Harper. Marlboro County Officers. SHERIFF-J. B. Green CLERK OF CLERK-J. A. Drake JUDGE OF PROBATE-M. MoLnurin CORONER-C. F, Covington SorEavisoR-M. E. Coward SUPT. EDUCATION-W. L. Stanton TREASURER-J. H. Thomas AUDITOP.-Chas. L Shorrill. SENATOR-Cha?. S. MsCall. REPRESENTATIVES-D. D. McColl, Jr. J. P. Bunch, Welcome Quick. MAQISTAI EH-C. D. Easterling, T. L. Croslaud, Bonncttsvillc, H. L. McLaurin, MeColl John A. Calhoun. Clio, W. J. Atkinson, Blenheim, ]), D. Stubbs, Brightsville, W, W. Irby, Smithville. Directory of Bennettsville Lodges CONSOLIDATED LODGE NO. 15, K. of P., meets every second and fourth Mon day nig...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 18 March 1904

A NOBLE HERO Whose Remains Repose io tho Ceme tery at Newberry, 8. 0. CALVIN CROZIER, A SON OF TEXAS Story of tho Splendid HeroiHin ol fl Mun Who Wa? Murdered ut Newberry by Nefero.Fed eral Troopers. Near tho entrance to Rosemont cemetery, this city, stands a monu ment to thc memory cf Calvin Cro zier, .a heroic son of t ic Lone Star State, whose sacred remains rest be neath. Thc story of h s splendid he roism, which inspired him to risk his life to defend thc honor of South Car olina women, and to give that life to save that of an innocent man, and of his murder by negro rulliaus who wore tho uniform of tbc United States army, is well told in Hie following article by Octavia Zollicoller Bond, which appeared In a recent issue cf the News and Courier: I would be glad to "eat the slop from your kitchen," wrote Calvin Crozier to Iiis mother when about to leave the Indianapolis military prison in April, 1805. To say that he was "one of Mor gan's men" presents to thc imagina tion the pic...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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