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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 August 1904

8. A. BROWN - - - Editor] . Fridav, August 5, 1904. SaljHcrlptlon Prien One year.$1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 THE COUNTY CAMPAIGN OPENS. LIST OF THOSE WHO HAVE EN TERED THE RACE Meeting at Bennettsville. Monday, August i, was a day ol amiles'and handshaking with the can didates for the various county offices There are 29 only thia year. Oue of whom waited until Saturday - Mr. II. K. Covington. Tho day was a hot one, but the at tendance, it being sak-sday, waa large I and every section of tho comity was] leprcsehtod, Ail of the candidates wore present and in fine trim for the fi .at meeting, which in order to seat all was held in the Court house. Hon. T. I. Rogers, President of Democratic j Club presided, and in behalf of the | Club extended a hearty greeting. The candidates lor the Legislature I spoke first, and were givon 15 minutes each to present their c'aiunr. Mr. T. A. Bristow led ofl', followed in order by Messrs W. W. Bruce, J. P.Buuch. ll K. Covington, J. P.Gibson, D....

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. — 5 August 1904

BENNETTSYILLB, S. 0. ItV ?. A. ItltOWN * CO. Office on Marlon Street Opposite Ttl uso nie Ball. .............. Friday August 5, 1904. professional davis. D?T^SPMCERT'" DENTIST. OFFICE Up Htaira ia Crosland Building, rhone ISO. BBNNB??BVIliliE, 8. O. DR. J. L. GIBSON, Office Over Isnacsohn's Store, PHONE 196. BENNETTSVILI.E, S. 0. ll U. NEWTON, JENNINGS li. OWENS. NEWTON & OWENS, Attornoys at Law, BENNETTS VILLE, So. CA, Offices Over Plauters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BENNETTS VTULE, SC. : I W. BOUCHIER, S, o Attoruey at Law, BcnuctUville, 8. 0. Jffioo on Darlington street near Posta Ti legrapb office. January, 1899. MILTON MCLAURIN, Vii Attorney at Law and Probate Judge ?tllce in Court Doune. E. C. MORRISON, E tooti ician . ? Machinist,) BOX 57 FLORENCE, a. C. ii mirador for Electrical work and dealer in Elect rica I supplies Hot Air Pump-1 ing Engines and Cus Engines installed. Pipo-fiitlmg abd general machine work. -August 20, l'J03. WHteStt E TO GO. ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 5 August 1904

BENNETTSYILLE, S. C. KV S. A. BROWN & CO. Office on Marion Street Ojtposite MiMonic Hall. Friday August 5, 1904. professional daros. DENTIST. OFFICE Up utaira io Crosland Building, rhone ISO. BENNBTT8VIL.LE, B. O. DR. J. L. GIBSON, ID IE 1ST TI ST Office Over Isaacaohn'a Store, PHONE 196. BENNETTS VILLE, S. C. tl H. NKWTON, JENNINGS K. OWENS, NEWTON & OWENS, Attornoys at Law, BENNETTSVILLE, So. CA.. Offices Over Planters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BENNETTSVILLE, SC. ? W. BOUCHIER, S?., ? Attorney at Law, Benucttsville, 8. 0. Office on Darlington street near Posta IcRrapt office. January, 1899. yiLTON MCLAURIN, ;V| Attorney at Law and Probate Judge Office in Court lionne. E. C. MORRISON, Eloetoioian . - Machinist, BOX 57 FLORENCE, S. C. A : ?ntractor for Electrical work and dealer in Electrical supplies Hot Air Pump* ing En?incs and (Jus Engines installed. Pipe-flitting and general machine work. August 120. l'J03. W II Kilt E TO GO. A SS Af CH <.. ...

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

65.?75 HOW WE MAY WIN. Figures Showing Several Ways to Elect Judge Parker. MUST CARRY DOUBTFUL STATES. Names or Borne or Them that Parker May Carry. Success Depends on Appear! to Indepen dent Voters. The New York Evening Post which is an independent Republican paper, publishes the following interesting ar ticle on the possibilities of the presi dential election: Judge Parker's message to the St. Louis convention and its acceptance by that body, followed by the nomina tion of Henry G. Davis of West Vir ginia, a Gorman Democrat, for the vice presidency, were events which greatly accentuate the anticipated movement of the Democratic party eastward and gold ward. It has for months been generally assumed that the recent convention would nominate a ticket far more acceptable to the east, and less so to the Bryanlzed States of the west, than these of the last two campaigns. But the conven tion has gone further in tills direction than was generally expected. While Parker's nomination was no...

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. — 12 August 1904

..i. ':.?.-...-.- r-:v ' The 65'? IX) THOU LIBERTY CREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." NO. 33 WHITES MUST RULE Is the Keynotes of the Democratic Convention in West Virginia. EX-SENATOR DAVIS AGREES But Thin UH it Would Bo li rut Not to Force tho Issue .lust at Thia Ti inc. Davin' WI H hen Mcoiiied In Itule. A dispatch from Parkersburg, Wa. Va., says the Democratic State con vention was In session two hours Wednesday afternoon aud almost three hours Wednesday night without reaching the regular order ol'business, which was left over until Thursday. Awaiting the report and the platform the time was devoted tooratoiy, much of which wus In favor of a diutinctly "white man's parly." It is stated that while Henry G. Davis favors the so-called "Lily "White" policy, he does not consider lt expedient to inseit such a plank In the platform at this time, lt is cur rently reported that he and otheis have received telegrams ft ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 August 1904

8. A. BROWN - - - Ediior Fridav, August 12, 1904. 8ubirrlptlon Price: One year.% 1.00 Six months.50 Three mouths.25 PEN AND SCISSORGRA.FHS Cheraw is waking up, a lodge of I. O. C. F. was organized there lae?t week Senator George Vest, tho no ble Statesman of Missouri, died ou tho 7th, aged 74 years. Two prisoners escaped from the Darlington jail on the ?nd by making a hole in the roof and going ont on top. Some of thc mills at Anderson have beeu forced to close down the rivers having gotten too low to run tho machiner. Fifteen hundred people assem bled at Judgo Parker's residence Wednesday to notify him of his nomination. His response will ap pear next week. Judge Alton B. Parker, the Democratic nominee for president says strong argument eau be ad vanced for tho re-election of a can didate for two or moro torms. Another horror is added to the long list for 1904-a swollen stream in Colorado causes the smash of a railroad bridge with a train of cars on it, and 100 peo ple purishod in ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 August 1904

BENliS?TSYILLE, S. 0. BY S. A. Ii it O Wm A CO. Office on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hull. .................................. Friday August 12, 1904. ?recessional daros. MT?PT?NCERT DENTIST. OFFICE Up stairs in Crosland Rulid ing, I? h o ti e J SO. BENNEJTTBVIIJI?I?. B. O. DR. J. L. GIBSON, DBITTIST Oljlce Over Ituutcaohn'* Store, PHONE 196. .BENSBTTSVILLE, S. C._ H H. NEWTON, JENNINGS K. OWENS. NEWTON & OWENS, Attorneys at Law, BENNETTSVILLB, SO. CA. Oiflces Over Planters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BENNETTSVILLE, S C. 1X8 W. BOUCHIER, X e Attorney at Law, Bcnnottsville, S. O. Offioo on Darlington atroet near Posta Telegraph office January, 1899. MILTON Mo LA URIN, Attorney at Law and Probate Judge Olllco in Court Houso. E. C. MORRISON, Electrician . - Machinist, r.o>: 57 FLORENCE, S. c. x Contraoloi Tor Electrical work and dealer in Electrical supplies Hot Air Puinn* int; Engines ami (!as Engine? installed, l'ipc-fiiit ir and general machine work...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 12 August 1904

Two Journeys. "I go on a journey far away," She sa*d-she stooped and kissed me then, * "Over the ocean for many a day Good bye," and she kissed me once again. But only a few short months had fled When again 1 answered my wife's kiss: "I could not larry away," she said: "There is never a land as fair as this." Again I stood by my dear wife's side. "1 goon a journey, sweet, to-day; Ov r the river the.boatmen glide Good-bye; I shall linger long away." "Ah, she will come back soon, I know," 1 said, as sh? stooped for the parting kiss; She cannot tarry, she told me so; There is never a land so fair as this." But many a mont ti and many a year Have flown since my darling went . away, Will she never come back to meet me here? Has she found the region of perfect day? Over tlie ocean she went and came; Over the river, and lingers there! Oh "'illid boatman! call my name - Show me the region so wonderous fair. THE NEGRO PROBLEM. Serious Mistakes Made by the United States Government IN REFERENC...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 August 1904

The "DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIV?SS IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." VOL.WIX BEN NETTS VILLE, S. C., ERIliivY. AUGUST 19, 1904 lift 34 Parker Noti His r> ? i The Formal Speech of Notification Made by Congressman Champ Clark. MANY DEMOCRATS ATTEND Amid the Thunders of Applause tbe Candidate Hears tile Call of Democracy and the People. At Esophus, N. Y., where lie lives, Judge Alton li. Parker un last Wed nesday received formal notification of his nomination for the Presidency of the United States as the candidate of the Democratic party, and In accept ing gave public expression Tor the first time of his views on the issues of the campaign. The notilicatloii was brought to him by Representatives Camp Clark, of Missouri, as chairman of a committee representing every State and Territory in" the Union. Mr. Clark, in a brief speech Informen the candidate of his nomination, and presented to him a formal communication signed hy t...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 August 1904

8. A. BROWN - - - Editor Fridav, August 12, 1904. Subscription Price? Ono year.$1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 THE COTTON PROSPECTS, Some smart Aleck says the cotton crop of 1004 will be 12, OO0.00O bales. Perhaps he lives | in Texas and is measuring the crop by what he sees at home. The reports received from Robe-1 son, Richmond. Cn moorland, Chesterfield and Marion coun ties claim a shortage of at least one-third from prospects two weeks ago, and the half not told yet. The Problem Solved. The Florence Times says-- The Dis- | pensary system is to he attacked again this year. Tho Brice bill has entered very largely into the campaign as a factor. There seems to he no plan for selling liquor that will suit everybody and no way to stop its sale unless we all jusf put our feet down and declare that wo will buy no moro of it, then there will be no more sold and the problem will have Fettled itself." Thia| is what we have always said Just tjuit buying and using the stud', and the whol...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 August 1904

ft n i? IV U? BEN1TETTSYILLE, S. 0. UV S. A. RBOWN A CO. Ofllcc on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall. Friday August 19, 1904. frvofesstonal Caros. DENTIST. OFPICB Up stairs in Crosland Building, rhone ISO. BBNNETT8VrL.I?E. B. O. DR. J. L. GIBSON, Oip.cc Ova- Isuacttohn's Stitre, PHONE 196. BENNETTSVILLB, S. C. If ll. NEWTON, JENNINGS K. OWENS. NEWTON & OWENS, Attorneys at Law, BENNETTSVILLE, So. CA. Offices Over Planters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTORNEYS AT I.AW, BENNETTSVILLE, S C. th W. BOUCHIER, ? Attorney ut Law, Bennettsville, S. 0. Office on Darlington street near Posta I slcgrapl; office. January, 1809. AiLTON MCLAURIN, Attorney at Law and Probate Judge Otllco in Court House. 22, C. MORRISON j lectiician . - Machinist,) BOX 57 FLORENCE, S. C. .< mlrnctor for Electrical work and dealer in Klcctrical supplies Hot Air Pump ing Engines and (.?as Engines installed. Pipe* tutting and ucncral uiacbiue work. August 20, 1903. WHERE TO GO. & , \vc.:\.- u Lilt M (...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 August 1904

PARKER'S tiBEAT SPEECH. [continued from page 1.] been set aside as unconstitutional when it was difficult to point out the {irovlsions Bald to be offended against u their enactment; all this has been done with a good purpose, no doubt, but in disregard, nevertheless, ol the fact that ours ls a Government of laws, not of men, deriving its ..Just powers from the consent of the jrov erned." If we would have our Gov ernment continue during Lue ages co come, for the beneiit of those who shall succeed us, we must ever neon our guard against the danger of usur ?iation of that authority which resides n the whole people, whether the usurpation be by officials representing one of the three great departments of Government, or by a body of men act ing without a commission from the people. 1511'ATI IC N C K OF THE RESTRAINTS of law, as weil as of its delays, is be coming more and more manifest from day to day. Within the past few years many instances have been brought to our attention where in d...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 19 August 1904

PARKER'S GREAT SPEECH. [continued from page 1.] been set aside as unconstitutional when it was difficult to point out the {(revisions said to be offended against n their enactment; all this has been done with a good purpose, no doubt, but in disregard, nevertheless, of the fact that ours ls a Government of laws, not of men, deriving its "just < powers from the consent of the erov-1. erned." If we would have our Gov ernment continue during the ages to come, for the benefit of those who shall succeed us," we must ever be on our guard against the danger of usur ?iation of that authority which resides n the whole people, whether the usurpation be by officials representing one of the three great departments of Government, or by a body of men act ing without a commission from the people. IMPATIENCE OF TUB RKSTItAlNTS of law, as well as of its delavs, is be 'coming more and more manifest from day to day. Within the past few ?ears many instances have been rought to our attention where in...

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 August 1904

-?" "V" " PARKER'S GREAT SPEECH. [continued from page l.] been set aside as unconstitutional i when it was difficult to point out the ?trovislons said to be offended against n their enactment; all this has been done with a good purpose, no doubt, but in disregard, nevertheless, of the fact that ours is a Government of laws, not of men, deriving its "just powers from the consent of tho gov erned." If we would have our Gov ernment continue during the ages to come, for the benetit of those who shall succeed us,'we must ever be on our guard against the danger of usur pation of that authority which resides In the whole people, whether the usurpation be by oflicials representing one of the three great departments of Government, or by a body of men act ing without a commission from the people. IMPATIENCE OF THE RESTRAINTS of law, as well as of its delays, is be coming more and more manifest from day to day. Within the past few years many instances have been brought to our attention where i...

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. — 26 August 1904

The 'DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY-CAUSE." VOI^IX BENNETTS VILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1904 NO/.35 TWO MEN BURNED At the Stake Bear Btateaboro, Qa., by a Determined Mob. TBS MILITIA 18 OVERPOWERED. The Holdiers on Duty With Unloaded Gun? Were Helpless In the Hands of the Crazed Populace. With clothing saturated with kero sene, writhing and twisting in their agony, screaming to heaven for the mercy that the mob would not show, Paul Reed and Will Cato, negroes, two of the principals in the dastardly mur der and burning of Henry Hodges and wife and three children six miles fro?n Statesboro, Qa., three weeks ago, we. - burned at the stake on Tuesday, Aug. 16th. That afternoon at 1.21 o'clock a de termined mob charged upon tho court bouse, overpowered the military guard, secured Cato and Reed, who had been found guilty after a legal trial and sentenced to be hanged, took them two miles from States bo...

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. — 26 August 1904

"DO THOU LIBERTY GREAT. INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MAKE OUB LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY-CAUSE." VOL.)Qax TWO MEN BURNED At the Stake Hear Statesboro, Ga., by a Determined Mob. THE MILITIA IS OVERPOWERED. The Soldiers on Duty With Unloaded Guns Were Helpless In the Hands ol the Crazed Populace. With clothing saturated with kero sene, writhing and twisting in their agony, screaming to heaven for the mercy that the mob would not show, Paul Heed and Will Cato, negroes, two of the principals in the dastardly mur der and burning of Henry Hodges and wife and three children six miles from Statesboro, Ga., three weeks ago, were burned at the stake on Tuesday, Aug. 16th. That afternoon at 1.21 o'clock a de termined mob charged upon tho court house, overpowered the military guard, secured Cato and Reed, who had been found guilty after a legal trial and sentenced to be banged, took them two miles from States boro and there exacted the ftarful penalty. The forenoon pas...

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. — 26 August 1904

8. A. BROWN - - - Editor Fridav, August 26, 1904. Subscription Priort One year.$ 1.00 Six months.50 Three months.25 NOTICE. Ono ot tho malingers from each voting piuco in tho coming primary election will come to Bennetlaville on Monday next tho 29th to receive ballot boxes, tickets and blanks foi holding election. o B. MCCALL, Aug 25, 1904. County Chairman. PEN AND SCISSORGRAJPHS The enrollment at Clemson College has already exceeded itt capacity to accommodate. D. J. Sully, the cotton kine; says the crop of cotton for 1901 nnd 1905 will not exceed 10,750,000 hale, unless conditions improve it will not reach that. It may not got up to last year. Gen M. L. Bonham says if a man unintentionally deceives you in politics ho is unworthy of your confidence, and it he deceives you intentionally, then he is not cu pa pie or entitled to represent you in any capacity. None but the cl- an and true should pass. The people of Richmond county have just passed through a primary election, and. here ...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 August 1904

lp] III BENNETTSYILLE, S. 0. HY ?. A. ltKOWN A CO. Office on Marion Street Opposite Masonic Hall, ."?.......?.?..?.....?...*......?.*?..?. ??..?.. Friday AugUBt 26, 1904, Iproic??i?iial claros. DENTIST. OFFICB Up stairs iu Crosluud Building, I? h one 180. BENNETTBVIIJIJE. 8. c. "DR. J. L. GIBSON, DEETTI3T Office Over Itaacsohn'ti Storef PHONE 196. BuxNimsvirxBi S. C. j H. MEW TOS, JENNINGS K. OWEN8. NEWTON & OWENS, Attorneys at Law, BENNETTSVILLE, SO. CA. Offices Over Planters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BENNETTSVILLE, S C. ?W. UOUCUlElt, t Attoruey at Law, Bonucttaville, S. 0. Office oo Darlington street near Posta [elcgrapt office. January, 1899. VI ILTON Mo LA UKIN, Attorney at Law and Probate Judge OUloe in Court House. E. C. MORRISON, ?Uectiician . - Machinist,! BOX 57 FLORENCE, S. O, >. . foi Electrical work and dealer ii 1 eti supplies Hot Air Pump i . and tJas Engines iustalled. tj c-fiii and g?n?ral machino work. Au.! 1903. we low ri TO GO. A ...

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. — 26 August 1904

1 BENNETTSYILLE, S. C. ?Y S. A. 1IKOWN A CO. OJJlce on Marion Sired Opposite Miltonic Hall, Friday August 26, 1904. professional CavOs. DENTIST. OFFICE Up Blairs in Crosland Building, Vhone ISO. BENNETTS VI JJIIK, 8. O. DU. J. L. GIBSON, Ofjlce Over Jaaacsohn's Store, PHONE 196. UKX I VILLE, S. C. i II. NEWTON, JENNINGS IC. OWENS. NEWTON & OWENS, Attorneys at Law, BENNETTS VILLE, So. CA. Offices Over Planters National Bank. DUDLEY & WAIT, Arro UNE vs AT LAW, BENNETTS VILLE, S C. ?W. BOUCHIER, ? Attorney at Law, Benucttsville, S. 0. Office on Darlington Btreet near Posta Pulegrapfc office. January, 1899. iLTON MCLAURIN. Attorney at Law and Probate Judge OUloe in Court IIOUBO. E. C. MORRISON, Slecti ici&n ? ? Machinist, BOX 57 FLORENCE, ?. C. ' Electrical work and dealer in 1 elli? supplies Hot Air Pump I ami (las Eugines iuslallcd. ? : iii . aud general machine work. I ?103. WU IO SS Ii TO GO. .c M 8$ .' R?1 ? I A WATCH i. UKK A jl/ Sf, bj . i-i.?i?i...n i Slid K"E*-j PAI...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marlboro democrat. — 26 August 1904

THE NEGRO PBOBLEM. Borious Mistakes Hade by the United States Government IH REFERENCE TO THE MATTES lt Is the Problem ol tbe ARCS, ?nd Can Not to Bo Settled In a Deoade or Even In a Century. The following is the second neetloi. of an open letter from Ex-Governoi D. H. Chamberlain, formerly of thh State, to Mr. James Bryce, a membei of the English Parliament. We take this letter from The News and Cou rier,-to which paper lt should have been credited last week: The query recurs what to do? Neg atively, I am quite prepared to saj that we must avoid our past mistakes of relying on statutes, or constitu tional provisions, or Congressional ac tion, to bring on or bring back a bet ter state of things. Tho evils to be abated cannot be reached by legal methods or appliances. Who does not see how Impotent, how aggravating of our evils, bave been all our essays at settling the problem or meliorating the situation by the application from the outside-1 mean outside the States or communities in w...

Publication Title: Marlboro Democrat, The
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