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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 1 July 1904

BENNETTSYILLE, S, C. ?Y S. A. BROWN &. CO. Office on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall. Friday July 1,1904. professional cacos. II H. NEWTON, JENNINGS K. OWENS. NEWTON & OWENS, Attorneys at Law, BKNNETTSYILLE, SO. CA. Offices Over Planters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTORNEVS AT LAW, BENNETTS VILLE, SC. l?l W. BOUCHIER, X . Attorney at Law. BenuotlsvUlo, S. C. Omeo ou P.irl?uglou ?trect nour Posta Tolegrapt office. .January, 1890. M ILTON MuLAUKIN, Attorney at Law and Probate J migo Ofiico in Court House. E. C. MORRISON, Electrician . - Machinist, BOX 67 FLORENCE, S. C. X Contractor for Electrical work and dealer in Electrical supplies. Hot Air Pump, ing Engines and Gas Engines installed. Pipc-fiitting and general machine work. August 20. 1003. WHERE TO GO. A WATCH is LIKE A MAN, it NEEDS CLEANING OUT and 1O PAIIIINO once in a while, I am the Repairer and will give your Watcii a sure euro Treatment, IP YOU WILL CALL ON ME AT MY OFFICE uext door north of thc I'ostofl...

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. — 1 July 1904

ROOSEVELT AND FAIRBANKS YOKED. ; [continued from page 1.] once moro to the cheering of the cs-idl- , date, shouting "Roosevelt," "Rouse- , velt," "Roosevelt," "New York," 4 over and over again. A N io o ICU HAULED IN. A small negro boy, James Blain Caa- . lun of Georgia, with long curly hair, waa hoisted un the platform and he waved in frantic fashion a small na Monal flag. Louise Roberts, the young , girl who bad caused the enthusiasm in the California delegation, was next ' borne high on the shoulders of a stal wart delegate from Indiana. She created a new furor of enthusiasm as she tossed her flag to and fro. Lit tle Naomi Defoe, of Alpena, Mich., followed for a brief period and when Bhe had waved her flag but a few minutes, Chairman Cannon pushed to the front and saying 'Please let me in, ( my dear," rapped vigorously for or der, The applause at this time had continued almost twenty-three min- | utes. lt required fully live minutes and several more raps by the chair man aud the ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 July 1904

The 'DO THOU LIBERTY QREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOUL?, AND MAUI OUB LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OB OUB DEATHS QLOBIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL^IX BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1904 A NEttRO LYNCHED At Scranton, Where He murdered a White Man in February. VICTIM TAKEN FROM A TRAIN. While He Wai Boinx Convoyed from Klnjcstree to tho Peniten tiary at Columbia l'or Safe Keeping. A special dispatch from Florence to The News and Courier fays Cairo Williams, the negro who killed Thurs ton O. McGee, at Scranton, in Wil liamsburg County, on the 24th of Feb ruary last, was taken from the fast West, Indian limited train on the At lantic Coast Line at Scranton Thurs day evening and lynched. It will be remembered that strategy was usod. Sheriff Graham, of Wil liamsburg County, when Williams was carried to Kingstree in February after the shooting, how he evaded the mob that went to Kingstree that night to lynch Williams, and how he finally managed to get Williams to the Peni tentiary for safe-keeping...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 July 1904

65361 a. A, BRO WN - - - Editor Fridav, July 8, 1904, Subscription Price: Ono year.$ 1.00 Six months.-... .50 Three months.25 STATE CAMPAIGN DAY The Candidates for Railroad Com missioner and for Congress Come to Bennettsville. 'Between three and four hundred people assembled here Saturday to hear the candidates for B. ll. Com missioner and the four candidates for congress. The meeting was held in the Court House and was called to or der soon after 10 o'clock by County Chairman C. S. McCall, who in troduced John IT. Earle of Green ville as the first speaker. The speech es of Messrs Earle, Mobiey, Boyd Evans and Garris were about thc same as those wc published last week. Mr. Gillniat was not present and Mr. Canslcr made an earnest appeal for tho voters to pul a farm er on the Board this tim?. Mr. Evans having lcd the ticket two years ago with 1800 majority and niue men in the race is, as be says, the logical candidate, and therefore deserves better treatment this year. The four candid...

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 July 1904

8. A. BliOWN - - - Editor "Fridav, July 8, 1904. Snbdcrlptlon Price: Ono year.? 1.00 Six months. .50 Three months.!25 STATE CAMPAIGN DAY The Candidates for Railroad Com missioner and for Congress Come to Bcmiottsvillc. Between three and four hundred people assembled here Saturday to hear the candidates for lt. lt. Com missioner and the four candidates for congress. The meeting was held in thc Court House and was called to or der soon after 10 o'clock by County Chairman C. S. McCall, who in troduced John IT. liarle of Green ville as the first speaker. The speech es of Messrs Earle, Mobley, Boyd Evans and Garr?s were about tho same as those wc published last week. Mr, Gillhiat wits not present and Mr. Cansler made an earnest appeal for thc voters lo pul a farm er on the Hoard this limo. Mr. Evans having lcd thu ticket two years ago with 1800 majority and nine men in tho race is, as he says, tho logical candidate, and therefore deserves better treatment this year. The four candidates f...

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 July 1904

BENNETTSYILLB, S. C. BY 8. A. BROWN & CO. Office on Marlon Street Opposite Masonic Hull. .......?.<.....<..........?H4>M?W*WM.W Friday July 8,1904, professional dar?e. DTT^ENCERT^ DENTIST. OFFICE Up Btnire in Gr?nland Building, Phone 180. MENNETTHVILLU, 8. O. DR. J. L. GIBSON, DEI?TTIST Office Over Inuacsohn's Storef PHONE 196. BENNETTSVILLE, 8. C. H H. NEWTON, JENNINGS K. OWENS. NEWTON & OWENS, Attorneys at Law, BENNETTSVILLE, SO. CA. Offices Over Planters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BENNETTSVILLE, SC. TW. BOUCHIER, ? Attorney at Law? Bcnnottaville, 8. 0. Offiuo on Darlington street near Posta Telegraph office. January, 1899. M iLTON MCLAURIN, Attorney at Law and Probato Judge Ofllcu in Court HOURO. -J' E. C. MORRISON, Electrician . - Machinist, | BOX 57 FLORENCE, H. C. .'C Contractor for Electrical work and dealer in Electrical supplies Hot Air Pump ing Engines and Gas Engines installed. | Pipc-tiitting and ?encrai machine work August 20, l...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 July 1904

BENNETTSYILLE, S. 0. JBY 8. A. BBOW1T& CO. Office on Marion Street Opposit . Masonic Hail. Friday July 8,1904, professional Caros. ?RT^ENCER? DENTIST. OFFICE Up Blairs in Gr?nland Building, Phone 180. UENNETTHVILLK, B. O. DR. J. L. GIBSON, DENTIST Office Over iHUucsohn'a Store, PHONE 196. BENNETTBVII.LE, S. C. H H. NEWTON, JENNINGS K. OWENS. NEWTON & OWENS, Attorneys at Lawt I?ENNETTSVILLE, So. CA. Offices Over Planters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTORNEY'S AT LAW, BENNETTS VILLE, SC. TW. B0U?U1ER, o Attorney at Law, Bcnnettaville, 8. O. Offiuc on Darlington street near Posta Telegraph office. January, 1899. MILTON MCLAURIN, Attorney al Law and Frobato Judge Otilen in Court IIouBO. E. C. MORRISON, Electrician . - Machinist, BOX 57 FLORENCE, S. C. -V Contractor for Electrical work and dealer in Electrical supplies Hot Air Pump* inp Engines and Gas lin nines installed. Pipc-Gittiug and ?encrai machino work. August 20, 1903. WHERE TO GO. A WA;::!' U l-lL"K f M AK. it NEK...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 8 July 1904

fi53fi? i H?llD TIMEIS COMING ! i Many Thousands of Dinner Fails of Workmen Are Empty. HEAVY SHRINKAGE IN TRADE. Throwing Armlos ol Workers Out of Work, Notwithstanding the Re? publican Party's Pledge of Prosperity. The full-dinner pail pledge made to the workmen of the country by the Republican campaign managers four years ago, in the plea for votes to con tinue the Bepubllcuu administration, has proved nothing more than an un fulfilled promise. Trade stragnation and attendant armies of idle workers are evident in all of the business cen tres of the country. Facts gathered by The World from every industrial section of the nation show that there are hundreds of thou sands of empty dinner pails, a larger number of half-filled dinner palls and a rapidly shrinking proportion of full dinner palls. The pledge that good times would endure so long as the Republican party was kept at the helm was splen didly exploited. The full-dlnner-pail promise was shouted lu the ears of the workingmen f...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 July 1904

The Democrat ..DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE VOLV&IX J BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1904. NO. The Democ Are fi AU Factions Are Now United for a Great Victory. BRYAN fiETS AN OVATION. The National Convention Took Four Days to Do Its Work, but Did it Well. Bryan a Prominent Figure. The Democratic National Conven tion convened al St. Louis Wednesday. Long before the doors were swung open vast crowds thronged the streets in the vicinity of the main entrance to the exposition building, where the convention met. In the surging line were men and women, and visiting political organizations, eagerly seeking entrance. Those who have charge of the distribution of the tickets of ad mission have been deluged with re quests for them, but as cards have been provided only to the extent o? the seating capacity of the ball, many persons were disappointed. The decorations of the hall wen. un dertak...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 July 1904

S? A, BltOWN - - - Editor -?THd?Tj Jul?16/ 1904. Subscription Prle?i One year.$1.00 Six months.00 Three months.-5 THE FOURTH AT MEDLIN. It ia a oharmlng ami Hal uta ry custom that baa bceu ougoudorcd amongst UH, of moot lng annually, out in tho froo air, beneath tho genial heaven?, to greet each other to exchange Habitations nuil good wishes, to cement ?till cloner tho friendships which havo baffled tito jar? and Rhook? ot past experience, and to mould Into ono family, ap it were, tb eeo win? aro to Gil our places when wo havo oroesed thc trent divide, ?nd repoHO iu tho ehndc of the troup, which margin tho shores of tho belter lifo, io celestial felicity. Tho goodly custom possessed such ro bust vitatity, that it survived thc fearful dislocations of n civil war-HO tremend ous in its devastation, ns to havo obliterated nearly all thc beautiful and happy past of our glorious country. Its foundations aro built upon the noblest and beat character istics of our nature; for after al!, tho...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 15 July 1904

BEN1TETTSYILLE, S. 0. KY S. A. imOWN & CO. Ofllce on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hull, rriday July 15,1904. professional Caros. DRTSMNCETT OFFICB Up stairs in Gr?nland Building, Phone 180, DENNKTT?VILLE, B, O. DR. J. L. GIBSON, Office Over Inaacsohn'8 Store, PHONE 106. BENNETTSVILLE, S. C. H II. NEWTON. JENNINOS K. OWENS. NEWTON <fc OWENS, Attorneys at Law, BENNETTSVILLE, 8O. CA. Offices Over Planters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTORNEY'S AT LAW, BENNETTSVILLE, SC. WI VV. BOUCHIER, X . Attorney at Law, Bcunottsville, 8. 0. Omeo on Darlington stroet near POHU Tulejfrapb offive. January, 1899. MILTON MCLAURIN. Attorney at Law anti Probate Judge Ollloo in Court HOURO. E. C. MORRISON, Electrician . - Machinist, BOX 57 FLORENCE, S. C. JC Contractor f?r Electrical work und dealer in Electrical supplier Hot Air Pump inc EngiucH and Gaifl^ngioos jnalulled. Ptpe-liitting and general machine work. August HO, 1U03. PAIRING once in a wlnlc, i am tnt Repairer and will give your ...

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. — 15 July 1904

65367 DEMOCRATS HARMONIOUS. [continued from page 1.] streaming from bis face, bis collar was a soft white roll of llnen.bte voice was ?om to a frazzle and could not be heard 20 feet from where he Mood. AB he finished after speaking for one hour and forty minutes, the bands struck up a medley ot patriotic alrs: the stirring strains of ."Dixie" calling forth the wild cheers that never fall to follow the song no matter when or where rendered. "The delegates are invited to visit the exposition." said' Mr. Williams, and the clerk will read the invita tion." CAI.LINO ron nu Y AN. The last few words were lost In orles of "Bryan!" "Bryan!" that came swift and thick from different parts of the ball. Cheers mingled with the calls, and it was fully a minute before the voice of the clerk was able to rise above the tumult. Mr. Bryan remained quietly in his seat during the demonstration made by bis friends aud gave no out ward sign of his rea gai lion of thc applause that had greeted his name. De...

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. — 29 July 1904

"DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OiUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." BENN?TTSV1LLE, S. C., QEfRIDAY, JULY 29. 1904 NO. 31 _:_ M4ECHING ONWARD Japs Have Turned the Flank of Gen Keller's Position. A FIERCE BATTLE RAGING The Russians Claim to Have Mude a Successful Keconnatsanoe ia ' Force Under General Jlcrscholiiian, A special from Llao Yang dated July 20, sa} s uews was received from Ta Ache Klao Thursday that the Japauese had bioken the Russian left hank between Liut.-Gen. Count Kel ler's position and that of Gen. Ren nenkampff and tliattliey were rr..\rch iu"g on Mukden. Thc rumors ti tbi effect are persistent. According to a special from Mos cow, the Rusky LisLoku of that city confirms the Associated Press report from Llao Yarg that the Japanese have broken through the Russian left flank and are marching on Mukden. A VIERGE FIO HT RAGING. A Kusssian cori es pondent ci t lie London Dally Telegraph at Mukden, under date o? July...

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. — 29 July 1904

ocr?t LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY OAUSE." VOL.>XIX BENNETTSVILLE, S. C., IfHIDAY, JULY 29. 1904 KO. 31 MARCHING ONWARD Japs Have Turned the Flank of Gen Keller's Position. A FIERCE BATTLE RAGING The Russians Claim to Have Made a Successful Reconnaisanee in " Force Under General Jlerscliolman. A special from Liao Yang dated July 20, sajs news was received from Ta Ache Kiao Thursday tbab the Japanese had bi ok en the Russian left Hank between Llut.-Geo. Count Kel ler's position and tbat of Gen. Ren nenkampff and that (bey were march ing on Mukden. Thc rumors to th i effect are persistent. According to a special from Mos cow, the Husky Listoku of that city confirms the Associated Press report from Liao Yarg that the Japanese have broken through the Russian left flank and are marching on Mukden. A K1EIICE FIGHT KAOINO. A Kusssian cone?pondent of the Loudon Dally Telegraph at Mukden, under date of July 19, says: "A tierce light bas been raging during th...

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. — 29 July 1904

S. A. BRO IF If - - - Editor TFridav, July 29^ 1804. Subscription Prices Ono year.$ 1.00 Six mouths.50 Three months.25 FLOODS OF RAIN. Heavy Losses to the Fanners in Smithville, Brightsville and limper Bennettsville, and the Breaking of Mill Dams. The fall of rain in Smithville last Thursday was the heaviest for some time. On Friday even ing there was another down paiir which caused a fearful de structicn of young crops and the loss of the mill dams of Mr. Z. T. Pearson, Mrs. Anna Easter ling, Mr. Joe H. David, and a heavy wash of the Railroad em bankmeut at the Pledger creek trestle on tho B. & C. Ry., four miles above town, which stoped trains until Monday. The losses to crops, dams A:o. rnns into the thousands, to say nothing of the inconvenience to to travel in the break at Mrs Ea8terling pond. How the Dudley mill fared we have not yet heard. Marlboro Public Roadb. A correspondent of the Maxton Scottish Chief writes that paper abnnt our roads ns follows: We must give Marlbor...

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

apNEmvi^LE, s. o. UV S. A. KHIWN St co. OjUce on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Kail. Friday July 29,1904. professional Caros. DENTIST. Of Pica Up tttnira in Cropland Building, Phone ISO. UENNKTTHVIMiE, B. O. DR. J. L. GIBSON, HDIEIETTIST Ofl?ce Otrei* IsaacHohn's Store, PHONE 196. - BENNETTSVIIXE, S. C. . NEWTON. JBNNINU3 K. OWENS. NEWTON ife OWENS, Attorneys at Law, BENNETTSVILLE, SO. CA. ;lces Over Planters National Bank. UDLEY & WAIT, ATTOKNEY3 AT I.AW, 3ENNETTSVILLE, S C. V? W. UUL'CIUKR, Attorney at Law, Bennettsville, 8. O. icc on Darlington street near POBU :rapt uffiee. January, 1899. L.TON MoLAUBIN, Attorney at Law and Probate Judge loo in Court IIOURO. '.. C. MORRISON j lician . * Machinist, 1U)X 67 FLOllEKCE, S. C. \ iclor for Elccirical work and dealer ilectiical supplies Hot Air Pump Engines and (Jas Engines installed. 3-fiilling and general uiuchino work, ust 2t), 1U03. H ER Fi TO GO. C'J KU* i ?sr. . V; A'lVMl is UKI? ? MAN, : MJLKANl-v: UU TL a y ?U1 *>'<'...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 July 1904

O/?i ce on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall. Friday July 29,1904. professional caros. DENTIST. 0"?ICB Up utuira io Uro.ilund Building, rhone 180. 11ENNKT?3VILI,15. 8. C. DR. J. L. GIBSON, DEIsTTIST Office Over Isaacsofin's Sf ore, PHONE 196. - BENNETTS VILLE, S. C. U ll. NEWTON. JENNINGS IC. OWENS. NEWTON *fc OWENS, Attorneys at Law, BEN NETTS VILLE, So. CA. .Ices Over Planters National Bank. UDLEY & WAIT, ATTOKNEA'S AT LAW, BENNETTS VILLE, SC. V/. BOUCHIER, J?, ? Attorney a< Law, Hon netta ville, 8. 0. ace on Darlington street near POBIH :rapt office. January, 1899e LTON MuLAUHIN, Attorney at Law and Probate Judge leo in Court limine.. ?. C. MORRISON j ,X*Xnr\ - - M?^V,in*et BOX 57 FLO HENCE, S. C. v i actor for Electrical work and dealer Clectiical supplies Hot Air Pump Engines and Gas Engines installed, i s-fiitling and general uiuchinc work, ust 20, l'JOH. HERE TO GO. UOOl Cr.,- : }to ? .. r - < ..<( err . . : .i?V it ;i . ATV II ts ,?KK h MAN, H.ILKA.NH*- OjJXJw...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 29 July 1904

GUATEMALAN ANTS. The Texas Cotton Planters Object to the Boll Weevil's Foe. TEX CAUSE OF THE OPPOSITION Thor Suspeot lt May Prove ? Greater Pest Than tbe Weevil Devastating the Cotton Fields. The proposed use of the "kalep" 01 Guatemalan ant to exterminate the Mexican cotton boll weevil is arousing great Interest in the south. Tbe cot ton crop will Boon be ready to pick, and its size depends on tbe extent of the ravages of the boll weevil. There fore the matter affects not the south alone, but every user of cotton goods. The pest is likely to grow worse and cause greater damage every year un less some way ts found to check Its ravages. In spite of two boll weevil conventions, the organization of boll weevil commissions in Texas, Louisi ana and Mississippi, the liberal sums appropriated by these states and by tbe Federal government for fighting tbe boll weevils, and the $50,000 prize for a remedy offered by the Texas legislature, no method of getting rid of tbe destructive pest bas b...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 August 1904

The Marlboro' Democrat. "DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY. OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE.'* VOL.^QX. BENNETSVILLE, S. C.. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1904. NO. 25 AN ASSASSINATION. Von Pl?hve, the'. Euasian Minister, Murdered. CAST A BOMB UNDER CARRIAGE Coachman Also Killed and Bestand- I era Hurt by tbe Terrille Explo sion. All St. Petersburg Is Shocked. A speoial from St. Petersburg says Minister of Interior Von Plehve was assassinated Thursday morning while driving tc the Baltic Station enroute to visit the Emperor at the Peterhof Palace. The crime waa committed at 10 o'clock. A bomb was thrown beneath the minister's carriage, which was com pletely shattered by the explosion that followed. Minister Von Plehve was terribly mangled. The assassin was immediately caught, and wild excite ment followed the news of the assass ination whlcu spread over the city like wild-fire. COACHMAN ALSO KI LL. KD. The coachman was also slain by the force ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 August 1904

The Marlboro' Democrat. "DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY. OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE.'* VOL.^QX. BENNETSVILLE, S. C.. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1904. NO. 25 AN ASSASSINATION. Yon Plehve, the; Russian Minister, Murdered. CAST A BOMB UNDER CARRIAGE Couchman Alao Killed and Bystand ers Hurt by tbe Terrille Explo sion. All St. Petersburg Is Shocked. A s pe el ul from Sb. Petersbuig says Minister of Interior Von Plehve was assassinated Thursday morning while driving tx the Baltic Stat iou entoute to visit the Emperor at the Peterhof Palace. The crime was committed at 10 o'clock. A bomb was thrown beneath the minister's carriage, which was com pletely shattered by the explosion that followed. Minister Von Plehve was terribly mangled. The assassin was immediately caught, and wild excite ment followed the news of the assass ination whlcu spread over the city like wild-tire. COACHMAN ALSO KILLED. The coachman was also slain by the force of ...

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