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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 April 1904

8. ?. BROWN - - - Editor Fridav. April 22,'1904. Subscription Trice: Ono year. Six months. Three months. COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS*. A rn 11. TE HM. V?ourt convened on Monday nt 10 o'clock, His Uonor, Judge Watts, presiding Tho Grand Jury organi zed with tMr. John L Breeden ns foreman. Solicitor Johnson after con siderable worry with tardy witnesses had a number of bills ready which, after a short charge, His Houor turn ed over to tho Graud Jury, and the business ol the term began The fol lowing cases have been disposed of to this Thursday noon. Tho Stato vs Cuffie Nesbit for tho kiiling'of Archie Rogers last October, on Mr. George Billiard's place. He was ably dofonded by Mesara Dudley & Wait It was a enso of gross careless ness and thc jury found him guilty of uinnslnughter, and His Honor gave liim a five years sentence. Stute vs Alex li Perkins, violating Emigration Luw-Bellied upon pay ment of $25. Stale vd Clarence Cork, disturbing religious meeting-soul back to Magia trate...

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. — 22 April 1904

BENNETTSYILLE, S. 0, ^jinrsLA. BROWN A co. Office on Marton Street Opposite Manonio Hall. Friday. April 22, 1904. fTIS A MATTER OFHEAHH POWDER Absolutely Pure VERE ism suewTim A newspaper calls Col. William ? i Bryan "Gas BM." That is an .re gio UR mistake, for a gas bill invariably sent in oncea month, v aile Col Bryan cant even break ir?.-Wilmington Star. . 'oadaoho and Neuralgia Can bo Cured. These distressing troubles are per mendy cured by Lee's Headache and N euralgia Remedy. Even temporary re i is gratelul. but permanent relief is almost too good. But the proof follows: Mullins, S.U.. Being subject to sick-headaches all n i life, and trying many medicines, I ?. ver got relict until I fortunately used Lee's Headache Remedy, 1 lound per ine?t rebel after 15 minutes E O. BROMFORD. Xept by Bennettsville Drug Co. A new rifle with which the aitea States.army.is to be equip } -dyksaid to have an efFeetive ~ "O'ge of five miles, and to be the ;htest rifle ever devised. Our Town Oorve...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 22 April 1904

SOME MOKE PBOOF. Watson Comes Again at Cleveland on Sooial Equality Charge. NEW YORK MIXED SCHOOL BILL Was Signed by Grover Cleveland Not withstanding His Denial ol Doing So. Other Charges Are Proven Also. Editor Augusta Chronicle: In ray article of last week, replying to the emphatic denials of Mr. Cleveland, the statement was made that I would investigate further, and como again. The investigations have been made, and I am now ready with full proofs. There were three charges made bj me, originally in the Atlanta Daily Nevis, to prove that Grover Cleveland praotlced social equality while presi dent. TUE NEG 110 JUN 1ST Kit. First: Ry the appointment of a negro to represent this country as minister to oue of the white republics of South America. To this no specitic denial bas been made. C. H. J. Taylor was tl c negro minister, and Bolivia was thu South American republic alluded to. This act of itself proves what Cleve land then thought on the . jject of social equality, else bc woul...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 April 1904

-.-:---?-^ty^-*-?--*.-? "DO TnOU LIBERTY GREAT. \ INSPIRE OUR SOULS AT?D irAK? OUR LIV 1>S IK THY POSSESSIO] HAPPY. OR OUR BENNETTSVILLE, S. Ci FRIDAY, APE IL 29, 1904. NO. 18. 7 A BIOTINS MOB Burn? Six Peopl* to Death in a Pennsylvania Mining Town. AUTHORITIES ABE POWERLESS. Arniod inciters Patrol tho Streets anti Threaten to Lynch (he Foreman of the Garrett Coal Mine. A dispatch from Somerset, Pa., says twenty-four hours of terror and riot ing, reaching a climax in thc burning of a miner's home with the cremation of six members of bis family, ended temporarily Wednesday night in the mountalu village of Garrett with the arrival of the Sheriff and his posse and the arrest of two men said to be the ringleaders of the mob. Irresponsible bands who have been repudiated by the leaders of the mine strike there took possession of the un protected town at dusk Tuesday hight. Rioting bogan immediately, aimed exclusively at the miners imported by the Garrett County Coke and Coal Company to...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 April 1904

THE MARLBORO DEMOCRAT .:. ?9 i A . li lt O qftfc > - _ - - Editor Friday. April 29, ?904. Subscription Prlcft Ono your.? 1.00 Six months.*..60 Three months.25 f" MM.IMI1.1? r nmt "iiiMi'mr ?jjLuju^ja: FEN AND SCISSOR GRAPHS The May Musical is on at Spartanburg this week. Chesterfield will soon have n large Hotel ready for the public. Judge Simonton, of Charleston, died on the 25ta in hospital nt Philadelphia. Camdon und Chcraw played baso hall Tuesday afternoon at Chcraw. Some p~oplo tire continually de manding justice. If most of thom gotjusticu they wouldn't ho satis fied with thc sentence. "^Lf Col. Bryan only knew how to hopgood ho might get a back seat nt tlie St. Louis convention. -Wilmington Star. Threo '.tornados arc reported this week-Texas' Arkansas und Indian Territory, many lives lost and properly destroyed. Tho World's Fair at St. Louis openB to-morrow. President Roose velt will press tho button nt Wash ington that will start thc machin ery. * Tho State says that it ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 April 1904

STTSYIIiLE, S. 0. S. A. BRO WH & CO. on Marion Street Opposite \ Masonic Hail. -.-.^.w.o-^...,-s^.^-.w Friday. April 29, 1904. irISA NATTER OF HEALTH POWDER Absolutely- Pure 7HW IS HQ SUBSTITUTE Jule Combs was acquitted of murder at Kock ingham last "week for the killing of Hilton Quick near the State line last ! Christmas. His plea of self de fence was clearly proven. Hoadaoho and Neuralgia Can bc Cured. These distressing troubles are per manently cured by Lee's Headache and Neuralgia Remedy. Even temporary re lief is grateful, but permanent relief is j almost too good. But thc proof follows: Mullins, S. (J., Being subject to sick-headaches all ! ny life, and trying many medicines, I lever got rebel undi I fortunately used Oee's Headache Remedy, I lound per manent reliet after 15 minutes. / E .O. BROMFORD. Kept hry Bennettsville Drug Co. __I?_$>u aro not satisfied with I your lot in life, you might ex-j change it for the chances of some bellow who hasn't got any lot. Our Tow...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 April 1904

CASE. the Dead Body of a Woman in a Trunk IN THE CITY OF LONDON, ENG., Unmasked thu Most Ingoniousl "Wito Murderer Sinee tho Days of the Pirate Blue Hoard. One husband with tour wives all in the same house, three living each tb ignorance of her husband's real rela tions with the other two, and one dead, murdered, and her body burled In cement in a trunk in the cellar this is tho extraordinary domestic Bltuatlon revealed in the London su burb of Kensal Rise through the sui cide of George Albert Crossman when his olly tongue could no longer satisfy those who suspected him. Only the strange fascination which he exercised over woman, his utter lack of scruples and the persuasive powers of the bigamous murderer and suicide made such a situation possible. And the criminal investigation has shown that at least four other wives had become his victims b?fore the ad vent of those-making a total of eight. -There was nothing Mormon about this household. Each of the living wives believed herself...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 6 May 1904

: '?DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAfcl^HJR LIVES IN 'PHY POSSESSION HAPPY, OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." .]??_' . ? :'. VOL. XXVII. BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., FMpAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1903. NO. 14. TRANSPORTS SUNK. About Two Hundred Japanese Soldiers Find a Watery Gravo. WA8 THE ACT LEGITIMATE ? The Czar Said to Bo Indignant at tho I Possible Barbarous Conduot Ills Admiral in Destroy iou tho Warship. A dispatch from St. Petersburg says Kassian torpedo boats behn.ging to the Vladivostok squadron sank a Ja panese military transport, the Kin shiu-Maru, of 4,000 tons, during the night of April 20, with all on board with the exception of 17 ollicers, 20 sbldiers, Oft of the crew and 85 Coolie carriers. The others, who refuted to surrender, were sent to the bottom with the ship. The oflioial report of Rear Admiral Yeszen to the emperor is as follows: "During the night of April 20 two Russian torpedo boats met at sea the Japanese military transport Klnshiu Moru of 1,000 tons,...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 6 May 1904

The Marlbor "DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. * INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY. OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOE)?ax. BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, MAY 6,1904. NO. 19. TRANSPORTS SUNK. About Two Hundred Japanese Soldiers Find a Watery Grave. WAS THE ACT LEGITIMATE? The Czar Salli io Bo Indignant at thc I Possible Barbarous ConUuot Ills Admiral lu DeHtroy iliK tho Warship. A dispatch from St. Petersburg says Russian torpedo boats belonging to the Vladivostok squadron sank a Ja panese military transport, the Kin shiu-Maru, of 4,000 tons, during the night of April 20, with all on board with the exception of 17 officers, 20 sbldiers, t3f> of the crew and 85 Coolie carriers. The others, who refuted to surrender, were sent to the bottom with the ship. The otlioial report of lliar Admiral Yeszen to the emperor is as follow?: "During the night of April 20 two Russian torpedo boats met at sea the Japanese military transport Kinshiu Moru of 4,000 tous, laden w...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 6 May 1904

S. A* BROWN - /- - Editor Fridav. May 6, 1904. ?uliHcrliitlou Trice t One yoar.?1.00 Six months.GO Three months.25 COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. The County Democratic Con vention met in tho court house on Monday anti was cal lett to or der by C. S. McCall, Co. Chair man, with J. N. Drake Sec' y. The following delegates were reported present : . Adanisvillc-J P Bunch, B Frank Monro. J JJ Breeden. W H Gibson, J K Fletcher, E G Fletcher, A C Green. Bonncttsville-T T Bogers. Knox I/ivingalon, T YV Boncbier. D D Mc Coll, Jr., J A Brake, J B Green. T C Hamer. Joe H David, J F Town send, J B llucst vs, J I) Moore, A J David, A O Douglas. II II Freeman, W A Atkins, I M Hounds. C S Mc Call, A G Sinclair, C I Suer rill, T S Evans. L Strauss, G M Weatherly, R T Draughon. BrighLsville - D K .Stanton, J Mob Hurley, S .1 Melinus, 8 I' Adams, J A Stubbs. J A Mellitus, J M Ilun Bticker, II li Poole. Brownsville-W li Drake. W A Rogers, ,1 K Townsend, M K Bfigman, Harris Bristow, J IC Roger*, C T Hod...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 6 May 1904

BEN1TETTSYILLE, S. 0. BY S. A. BROWN A CO, 'ffice on Marion Street Oppos ' Masonic Jiu ll. Friday. May 6, 1904. JSA?iAmffQFNmm POWDER Absolutely Pure E1O IS NQ SUBSTITUTE isday In May here WUB a good crowd in n Monday owing to the ting of the County Conven . The absence of stockmen, ers, &c.j was noticed. The ' attraction was a coop of 16 v white Leghorn chickens ir. J. M. IJoody. It was a ty exhibit. He says his or have been ahead of his )ly, and those wanting eggs t speak at once, e day passed off without lent or incident. s-f Quick Arrost V.. Gulledge of Verbena, AU. was u the hospital from a severe case ?>,au9?ng 24 tumors. After doc d ?ll remedies failed, Buckler's Sa.'vo quickly arrested further nation, and cured him. It con idios a/nd kills pain. 25,3. nt J. T. .S Drufr/?rigt Fered ffor many years with nervous k hoajdachp. Tried many medi id sourera! doctors. Nothing cured *'< ?fgot Lee'd Headache and Neu J*mcdy. It is simply worth its lu gold. IBS. JNO. W. SPRINKLE...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 6 May 1904

BEN1IETTSYILLE, S. 0. RY S. A. BROWN A CO. 'Office on Marion Street Opposite 1 Masonic Hall. Friday. May 6, 1904. nSAMXmijtOFHEAIlH mm POWDER Absolutely Pure ERE IStiQ SUBSTITUTE S ?sday In May here was a good crowd in | n Monday owing to thei ting of the County Conven ii. The absence of stockmen, ers, &c.j was noticed. The - attraction was a coop of 16 v white Leghorn chickens ir. J. M. Moody. It was a ty exhibit. He says his or have been ahead of his ?ly, and those wanting eggs J t speak at once, e day passed of? without lent or incident. >-/" Quick Arrest ?V. Gulledgc of Verbena. AU. was I n, the hospital from a severe caso s pausing 24 tumors. After doc-! ?A tj?! rcrccdic SaVvo quickly arrested further | natiooS and cured him. It con idios t?nd kills pain. 25c. at J, T. .s Drufggist. Fered ijfcr many years wah nervous k heafdaclie. Tried many med? id neutral doctors. Nothing cured Jot Lee's Headache and Neu ll\mcdy. It is simply worth its | in gold. IKS. JNO. W. SPRINKLE,...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 6 May 1904

USE OE TORPEDOES. The Confederates First Proved Their i \ Value in Modern Warfare. HAVE BEEN GREATLY IMPROVED They Wore Invented hy Captain'Ar thur I?'. Maury, ol' Virginia ari Oflloor in til? C o II t'edorate Army. The torpedo, whose effects has hcen amply demonstrated hy the Japanese in their engagements with the Rus sians in the harhor of Port Arthur, lirst came into use in Hie civil war, and was the invention of Capt. Ar thur F. Maury, ot' IPredericksburg, Ara., an chicer in thc Confederate army. There was at tirst much pre judice against the use of the torpedo, hut after a time tho idea was adopted and the report ot' bue United States Secretary of the Navy, made in I8?5, showed that the I nion cause lost more ships from that source than from all others combined, the total number bein?,' lifty-eight. Capt. Maury evolved the torpedo as a meaus of defence, of th?' navigable rivers of the Southern Slates, and especially those of Virginia. There was little means for experimenting, a...

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. — 6 May 1904

USE OE TORPEDOES. The Confederates First Proved Their \ Value in Modern Warfare. EAVE BEEN GREATLY IMPROVED Tlioy Wore lix tuted hy Captain ?Ar thur Fi Maury, of Virginia ari OtHccr in the C o n iedernte Arni)*. Tbe torpedo, whose effects has been amply demonstrated by.the Japanese in their engagements with the Rus sians in tlie harbor bf Tort Arthur, first came into usc in the civil war, and was the invention of Capt. Ar thur F. Maury, cf Fredericksburg, Va., an '.llicer in tho Confederate army. There waa at tirst much pre judice against the use of thc torpedo, but after a time tho idea was adopted and the report of the Tinted States Secretary of tue Navy, made in I860, showed that thc Union cause lost more ships from that sou ice than from all others combined, the total number being fifty-eight. Capt. Maury evolved the torpedo as a means of defence of Hie- navigable rivers of the Southern States, and especially those of Virginia. There was litt le means for experimenting, and at l...

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. — 13 May 1904

VOL^XIX. ?sr BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., ^111 DAY, MAY 13,19?4. NO. 20. HAD A TOUGH TIME. An American .Young Lady School Teacher in the Philip, ines HAS QUITE A HARROWING TIME. Her Experience Will Hardly Bo an Imlucemeut for Other Amori ean YOUIIJ? Ladle* to Go Over There. Tho following is taken from The Times, published at Manila, Philip pine Islands: In connection with the alleged ne glect of school teachers by the educa tional department, the experience of a young American woman as related by a government employe, whose name is withheld for obvious reason, may throw some light on the subject, as it is considered from the educator's point of view. Here is the employe's story. ROSY WORDING OF OFECIAL CIRCULAR. "Tlie lady MU question accepted em ployment as a school teacher in the Philippines after reading the circular issued by the educational department. On arriving in Manila she found that the cost of living and the purchasing power of the small amount of money of which she was posses...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 13 May 1904

HKMi S. ?. BROWN - - - Editor Fridav. May 13,1904. inbioriptlon Prloet One year.$1.00 Six mouths.50 Three months.25 MARLBORO HIGH SCHOOL Tho closing cxcrcisos of tho Marlboro High School at Tatum will embrace May 27th to 31st inclusive : 27th. Musicale 8.30 p m 28th, Literary Society. 3.30 p m., and address by Col Knox Livingston 29th, Sermon by Hov- P. P. Kilgo, of Dallington. 30th, School Concert, S.30 p. tn. 3lBt, Annual P?CD?C and address by Hou lt 15 Scarborough. TUE CEMETERY Tho highest forum of art deal with the religious and pathetic. What sublime pa thos ia to br. round in the well kapt Ceme tery! Who' profound religious sentiment grows out of tue obsorvnnco of curtain days sot upar' for general remembrance olid honoriog of tho dead! How Bad thc thoughts which atino because of the devo lution that ia to bo found in tunny neglect ed cities of tho dead! Tho beautiful and appropriate diatom, custom of remembering tho dead by set ting apart a day of special observance is rapidl...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 13 May 1904

BEN1TET?3YILLE, S. C.* _ ^ ^_^ ^ c BY S. A. BBOWN ?& CO. O/fice on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall, Friday. May 13, 19Q4. ??IS A MATTER QFHEAELU tara tf6 POWD?R Absolutely Aire THERE ISM SUBSTITUTE His Office Now Opon. Dr. J. L Gioaon, who baa boen taking i course nt the Atlanta Denta? College rac in Friday aa? hao oponed bia ofQco tor the troatmont ot old tooth or replac er thom with now ones, office over Mr. lausohn'd ?toro. Phone 196. Qa lok Arro nt J. A. Gulledge ol' Verbena. Als. was ' . ice in the hospital from a severe case ' piles causing 24 tumors. After doo* .s and all remedies failed, Bucklen's nica Salvo quickly arrested further ?1 'lamination and cured bim. It con ers aches and kills pain. 25c. ut J, T. ? . ughs Druggist. ? Butlered for many years with nervous ' 1 tick headache. Tried many medi cin?s and t-overal doctors. Nothing cured ? i- undi I got Lee's Headache and Neu? ralgia Remedy. It is simply worth its weight in gold. MRS. JNO. W. SPRINKLE. Ihurlotte, ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 13 May 1904

THE THIRD BULL BUN. Historic Ground Chocen for the Man oeuvers of the Army. BOTTE CABOLINA WILL BE TEERE Twenty-two Thousand ltegulars and . State Troops Will Take Part lu Fortnight's Operations. A Shamo Battle. Major General Corbin will fight the third battle of Bull Run. The gen eral staff of the army is now engaged upon improving the strategy of Gen eral "Stonewall" Jackson in what is regarded by military strategists as the most masterly campaign of the civil war. From Fortland, Mc., which never came nearer to war than seeing in thc oiling Spanish ileets which never ex isted, the army manoeuvers will be transferred this year to Manassas, V>.j which still bears the marks of the heavy blows dealt by blue and gray forty-two years ago. For the first time an opportunity will be afforded for effective compari sons between the old army which fought and the new ar ny which is being trained to fight. Can the mod ern armament and the methods ol transportation which have developed forty ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 May 1904

: '?DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAfcl^HJR LIVES IN 'PHY POSSESSION HAPPY, OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." .]??_' . ? :'. VOL. XXVII. BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., FMpAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1903. NO. 14. THE WAGES OF SIN. Noted Scandal in a New York Church Ended by Suicide. SAD STORY OF NEW YORK LIFE. B, li. Green, a Wealthy Lawyer Blow? Out Ula Brain? in a Hot ol Where His Marital "Woes Be/jan. The article below reads almost like fiction, but it is a true, sad lifo story, which ought to open the eyes of the people to the cur^e of divorce. This article shows tbat this awful curse pervades all grades of society in tbe communities where it is allowed to exist. Standing in a room on the ground floor of the Fifth Avenue Hotel Wed nesday In the city of New York, Sam uel li. Greene, a wealthy lawyer, of Stonyford, N. Y., pressed a revoLver to his right temple, sent a bullet crashing Into his brain and then ex pired In the arms of those who held him up. Tbis tragedy was thc climax ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 20 May 1904

3. A, BROWN - T - Editor T.idav. May 20,1904. Subscription frico: One year. Six months... Three months $ 1.00 ; .so .25 MAKLB0K0 HIGH SCHOOL Tho closing oxorcisos of tho Marlboro High School at Tut um will embrace Muy 27th to 31st ?Delusive : 27th, Musicale 8.30 p m 28th, Litcrarv Socinfv. 3-30 p m., and address hy Col Knox Livingston ; 29th, Sermon by Rev. P. F. Kilgo, of Dallington. 30th, School Concert. 8.30 p. tu. 31st. Annual Picnic and address hy Hon lt ii Scarborough. FEN AND SCISSORGRAPHS The Confed?rate reunion at Nashville opens Juno 14 lor three days. Thc Pythian Grand Lodge of South Carolina mot in ^Greenville Tuesday. The State Democratic conven tion met in Columbia Wednesday -a full report next week. Tho Southern Baptist conven tion closed Monday night to Meet next year in Kansas city Mo. . Tho trial ol tho three mer. who robbed the post-office at Latta en ded Friday at Mari?n and tho sen to nco was six years. The Enterprise Tobacco Steni niery of Florence was burned T...

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