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THE STATE CAMPAIGN.
THE BIG MEETING AT COLUMBIA.
Spwcicea by Smnator 1Hamnytons, Caitainl
Tillismn and Othern -A 11wrible AccMdent
Mars tilo Eiy
'The caimpaign neceting for Richland
camie oft in Columbia on the 24th inst. 'I
The Greenville News gives the fol- 1
lowing report: 0
When the parade arrived at the fair
grounds the speakers were greeted
with round after round of cheers. At t
first only about a thousand people to
were on the grounds, but steady ad
ditions swelled the nmibcr to near
4,ooo. Before the hour had arrived I
the speakers' stand, Which had been i
crected in the eNhibition ring facing
the main exposition building, v.1as
occupied by about fifty 1)ople, nearly j
all being representative men of the <
Chairiman John T. Sloan, Jr., called
the meeting to order and announced
that the proceedings Would be opened
with prayer by the Rev. Ellison
Capers. That reverend gentleman
invoked most earnestly and eloquent
ly the guidance and sanction of the
Divine power oin all the proce(edilgs
of the day. Chairman Sloan thenl
rose and i.ade an appeal to the audi
ence for order and for respectful at
tention for each speaker. lHe thenl
presented Senator WAdic Hamptou,
the grand aiid great hero who in
peace aid war had hiad tie prosperi
ty of his Stiate at heart and had trav
elled fot. days to reach Columbia to
discuss issuesc which have a tendency
to the disil)tegrlationl of the party and
to soil tHie 1mule of the grand old
When Senator Hamtilptonl rose le
was cliered to the echo. 1ats went
oil:amd handkerchiefs were waving,
while froim every throat, went up1) Some
Cry of applause. Thi( banld oil the
balcoi\ of the main building struck
up "Dixie" and -, rebel yell rent thle
iri, the soul stirrilng air and h1armtion
izinl,g cheers lendilig inl a6 chollis of
welcoimle to the State's great leader
Senlator. :allinptonl stood wrect,hile
fth cheering vas going on and when
it had suillciently moderated to allow
him to go idaead comllmenced his
s)Ichll. lie said: "Mr. Chairman
111 Fcllow Citizeis of South Caroji
na': Your coril greetig has1 touched
my hIeart so dearly that I cansc aTcely
find words with which to thiak you.
I hlave volio hIere in obedneinc to theI
c4tl of the executive coiuimittee of my 1
Owl county -the county Whose Poc
ple have given IM, every hono within
their power niid whom I have tried
to serve-to speak on the gravest is
sies which hiave touched the Stato
site'i( . I have come to consult 1
what is best, to promote I,t prosperi- I
ty of tle State. I have come to s 1'
w-hait the survivors of '76. whose cour- I
age redeeted the State from the
Imiost ruiinous rile under which a civ
ilized pe"oplo eVVer CXisted v,-.L
shall do." o).w,...e *
vntr ton said before he
3 " 6dscuiss the issues he wan
-.iay hie concurred heartily in
w hat the hiran'tt had said in open
ing the meeting. lie was ashamed
to hear that it had not beeni done ini
somett of thle meetings, lie nteer ex
p)et (ed tro see the day wheni a South
Carolina audientce could intsult JTohni
.lb-atton, wvho had led South Caro
liniati. into the jiaws of dth~ti. Had
ihe people forgot tint Ihe s- I vices' of
such mietn to thle State?
Sena~tor'. Hiunlpt iurged aI gaintst
divisioni in his mtost earnestCt mannlIler.
lie conlsiderecd the~ high tariff tile
bante of the fairim'rs anid tihe subh
tirasury bill a humnbug. He said hie
(ldrde to hear of dtivisionls no0w
whent on.the c'alenudar of Congress
there wer'e already ini'quitous elee
tioni laws which b oded inealcuhlable
evil to the State. If the people had
not had self govermntent they were1
temselves to blame for it. They1
had nlot donIe their dutty to the party
and State in electing delegates to the
While Senat or HLtampitont wvas speaik
ing Colonel Earle arrived ont the
groiud anmd was greeted with a
wild demtonstrat ion, initerrupting
Hiamplt.ont9's i remarks for soiei nin
General Iiraittont wva. priesented
amid1( wild chering and gave his wan
inig to the pe(oplei in 1no unicertain
terms. Hie was heard with eairn(est
attentioni and occasiontally interruph
ted wvit h vociferous a lolause.
W\hen Tilluman wats introduiced.
there was a wvild hiuzzah fronm the
crowd in front of the stand(, which
was largely made up of the Edgefield
conttitngL lt of Tillmnanites. t-Lisses
mingled wvith the cheers inldicated
the oppiositiont sentiment, wich
ChauirmanuiSloan soon quieted lby de
D)uring his speech all sorts of jeers
were thrown out at the agitator, butI
his pluck seemed to make an imipres- I
sion on the crowd, and such demon-i
strations grew less frequent as lie<
C aptaini TIillnman spoke on the samte i
(luestions which have been the body
of his other speeches rand alluded to I
he defeats wvhich farmners' conven-t
ions had met for three successive f
years. is speech wvas interruptedi I
by a heavy sihower which drove t.he a
people to the main building and <
most effectually dampened those on
the staind, wvhere umbrellas wverei
raised. On resuming Captain Till
imian went on with the ebarge of bam
boozling and debauchery. Captain1
Tilman was questioned as to his wvari
-record. He was urged to give it by
Col. A. C. Haskell.
Tillmian: "I was too young to be
in the war."
Haskell: "How old were you when
the war ended?"
Tillman: "I was se'venteen years
old, but I was a paralyzed invalid
during the last six months of the
Before Captain Tillmnan made this
explanation Colonel Haskell stepped
near him to stop the vociferation of
the crowd. Tillman put out his hand
to call his attention. Haskell recoiled
from him with the words, "Don't
11mnnl said: "I was not aware
1 Co.Haskell's animosity could
aQ sBfar that he would shrink from me
enif Iwas a poisoned arrow."
Colonel Haskell hero pointed to his
Tillman saids "Yes; you were
hot and I honor yo't for it."
Captain Tllman then called on a
;eneral Caerrs to bear testimony as
tho services of his brother inl the c
(eneneral Capers said that Ji1m
man was color bearer of his regi
Here the people gre v <tuite boister
us and laimpton had to arise and
Captain Tilinian's clharge., of aris
>cracy were stronger ind more bit
r than ever. He alluded to the word
ig of the circular signed by Columbia
ien which he read. "Caste against t
Luste" was his quotation. He closed I
y saying that all he had liarged had
'een explained, but as long as the 1I
ther side kept up its clamor he it
hould fight into Charleston on the v
ame grounds. If he was Governor
te would not be the Governor of a
luss, city or town but would do his t
luty regitrdless of whom he of- a
Colonel Earle Spoke from a buggy
)etween the stand and building. As
ie stood there erect the mi falling onl
lis classic features and bared fore
iend1 the admiratioi of the people
ihowed itself in a trementdous out -
mrst of applause. Ie pursued his
rguient in the c:tlm, masterly man
i0r which has marked his utterances
'rom the beginning of the campaigi.
lbs Speech was strong anld Imiet with
yenerlT approval from all wIlo heard <
t. Alen le had finlished lie was
)orne back to the stand on the shoul
lers of some of the Sumter meitn who
-am11)(3 here today.
Colonel Jno. C. Haskell was the
text. speakur. His cloujicWe, so
,videly hilowl, failed not of its calling.
Ile had Come to answer the charges
)f Tillntil, and this he did in so of
eetive a imaniler that aniy reasonable
lian should have been convinceld. He
mresented figures in abundaie to
hoW the Voice the farmIers had inl th"
)itUtV' goverimient since *76. Tiliuian
W:as nlot nthe taldIRl, nt[Withistaindiig
the fact that I askl-l 1had1( inlfIriletd
Iim of his int(.ntioll to answer his
'lilugts. Ihat Ile might make good or
re t helli.
Thit metihig vclosetd with . speeh
.f E. 11 ry, Who was guyed with
he utiinost good natiure by1 t.he uhitli
ien(l. He said hit, had chirged no1
orription agitist, the' Stte gover-- I
Tilo Meeting at Edgolled.
e41,ecint to tihe Oreonville News.)
AnK EN, S. C., Juino 26.-The cam
>aign llmietiig it. Edgefield is over
vithout, bloodshed or any violeit oc
mirrence, but. it. vis marked by very
-u1de aid gross behavior oi the part.
)f the Tillnmanites, whoY1 omliposed
our-fifths of the Imeeting.
About oii( dhioisand people were
resent, itncludiling woien, chIildr9A
md1( negrovs Tilliman wats,- (>rnev
loln the stage upon the sh.,ulders of
ne-n ait stIated in ant ar'l chair elatb
(.ene n a3aitton Spoke fi rst, briefly.
le was treated with signal dis
ourtesy )y the youig Tillmanites
vo clustered thick and close on the
tvps of the platform.
Earle spoke seconid and ve'ry ab)ly,
keenly anid b)oldly. The Tilhuauiites
inIterruptl ed and1 jeeredl himi incessant -
13y 11111 he met t hem withI the bravest.
-oldest dignity anid linially c'oiitueredl
Tilbuaan spoke t hird aiiiid ide
'jc'ibabti le dernionist.rat ionis of * nthusi
im fromii his followers. His speech
waus ho ld arnd bitter. lie seemed to
'ijoy3 t he sit uationi.
Giary' spoke amid gr(eat cheers.
irawfor'd was strong anid wias treated
vithi some show of respect.
Pope made the taking speech of the
lay. He was satirical and humor
mus. lie was b)orne from the stand
ipon the shoulders of frantic Till
Griaydonz attempIted:to speak and
lid speak, amid suchb gr'oss and un
>aralelled rudeness as imist forever
iC a stigma upon the gentility of
Bdge1ield. Farley madoe a bright I
mna very' goodinatured sp)Oeh.
Bonhamn's speech waus very' finie and
be rece'ived a ve'ry respectalble hear
ing. Chlairmuan Norris presided. Ex
tiovernor Sheppard was11 present on
lth stand but did not speak.
(Iampi lt on, Butler and Marshall
were nt pre'senlt nor wer'e the
The meet ing has been a wild and
uumutuouus Tilhinan deimonstrat ion.
i'he crowd was niot ats large as was
.'xpected but all parts of the county
M~aktig Demiocrats of' Negroe..
BnxulluNoir.L, Ala., J unet 2(.-Chailes
iR. J. Taylor, a ne(gro) law~yer of At -
anitai, who was11 iniist.er to Libe(ria
luring the Cleveland adinuistrationl,
)roposes to take the c'oloredi voters
>v'er to the D)emnocratic parfty ini a
>odly. Taylor has p)erfectetd a plan
or a convention to lbe held in Atlanta
iext month, to be complosed of onie
olored delegate from each State in
he Union. The purpose of the con
'-ention, as5 annllounlced by3 rTaylor0, is
o decitde upon01 the best p)lani of prie
aring figur'es to prove to tihe negroes
hat they' have nev'er r'eceivedl any
avors from thle Riepublican'party' andh
l(ever will receive anly. In all initer
-iew with the Suni corresp)ondent to
lay Tay'lor said that lie has visited a.
Lumber of States, North and1 SouthI, I
n the interest of his plan, and every. -
vtere finds most of the eduicateti
~nd intelligent negroes ini full symif- I
)athy13 with the miovemen'lt. They' be.
mi to realize, hie says, that they cnn
icver hope to be maore than mere vol.
ng machines while they remain in s
the Republicau party, and that their il
r'eal friends aire the D)emocrats. Tay- v
Lor' thiinkts fully 1,000,000 negro voteirs C
will v'ote the Democratic ticket at the v
niext national election. C
A Shlort. Wm1.
The following is the will of Judge a
Kimmell, of Chamibersburg, Franklin t
county, Pa, It is the shortest ever (
placed on record in this country: -I t
will, bequeath and devise to my wife,
P. Jane Kimnmell, w~ho has been i
raithful and true, all my estate what-i
soever and wvheresoever, she to pay I
my debts and execute the will. She is 4
riot to file any inventory or settle an
GENERAL NEWS ITEMS.
--3rooklyn's population is 807,000.
-John L. Sullivan pleaded guilty
,d was fined $500.
--The House lias resolved to dis
m3s the natioial election bill till
-Lord Teniyson is spendilig the
mnnmer at Blacksdown, near Raske
iere, and is in good health again.
-Physicians sent to rep>rt oil the
haracter of the discase prevailing in
Ideleii, Spailn, Say it is a geni1uinle
-Thle Prussian Minister of Finance,
ronl Scholz, has tendered his re.eigna
ion, and it haiLs bie neepted by the
--The.New York Court of Appeals
s. again aflirimed the seitence
gainst .KenU11i1 lr, thw ill to die by
--Tihe int.ernational prison congress,
Aiich h.s been in session at St. Pe
visburg, has tinished its business
-Fire broke out inl the King's
ouity penitentiary. N. Y., Monday,
ausing t loss of S55.000 to the
ounity aild the contiractors.
-The( Pennstyl vaia i Rvpublican
01ngRSs nom11inatedSna( rDeae
er for (ov<rnor on th w second ballot.
Plhe body was bossed by Quay.
Th 'vitire busin,,ss portion of
-'erillos, N. M., fifty miles north of
Uliquer<Ite, wits destroyed by fire
m1 MlIonday night. Lo-s $100,000.
Sixty freight. (onductiars on the
Jhicago divisioll of the Illiniois Cell
,ral halve struck against i-oie flew
'illes. inld partlyzed freight traflic.
.( )ncthousand operative in the
hln Capcutt and Tt roon silk mills,
l7onkers, N. Y . went out on Monday
tgainst a redu(Ction of 15 and 25 per
'01nt. inl wilges.
--A tug blew l) at adock at the foot
>f Van Brunt street, Brooklyn, on
WIonday. Captain Squires, the cook,
. deck hand, the firiani nd' a watch
l1anl nI aSCOW a(djoilling were killed.
---A train oil the Phladelplia &
(ledinlg railroad juiml)ed the track at
Puckerton, Pa., on Monday, killing
ngmiieer ieller and lis brother, his
ireman, and injuring other train
-Chiicagosensus returlls give the
-ity considerably over t million popu
'Ition and make it ia Close thing with
?hiladelphia for rank as the couiftry's
wcond city. Chicago has more than
louibled in t11 years.
-J. (. canm, ai prominent farmer
)f Stokes county. N.,C., aged 60 years,
,vas thrown from a wagon he was
1riving last week, and wats dragged
tbout ia (Imtier of a mile. He was
l(IrLd whenl pic !eked up.
-J. W. DelapiulAe, of H1almiptonl,
Ita., hIis JilUnmd i nhew were
r-owied at Old Point Comfort while
a:iling Mondaty. Thecson wasknocked
veiboald aid the father and nephew
vent over to rescue him.
--P rP r mHarris, Ed Carr and
Jardy Ballard, colored, and Frank
Brenishi, white, Werchallged at lei
phis, Tenn., Tuesdaty. The white
man was hung Itloicn, as he objected
to being hung with negr'oes.
-Sara Berhridt took ani overdos(
of chloral TIuesdriy niorniing, and it
took four hours hard work by th<
loewtors to satve her' life. She is in
the haLbit of using the drug as an
>j iate, and atccidenltally took toe
---A severe(. electricatl storim pass5edI
hei Winstoin sectioni of North Caro
ina on Monday. Lightningi
t ruek the residenc(e of' Mr.
Lfaes (Griflithm, nieari Mt. Pleas
mnt church, killing him and two of his
Mr1. McCAormicik at Ii Old IHome.
Mr4i. Lander' J. McCSormiick, t,he
nillionair'e agicultuiro imlemenhiCt
inanufatct ur'er, has sold ouit his liargo
>lant at Chic'ago for over $3,000,000
md1( retir'edl from buin~iess. lie is a
itiv e of iRockbridge counl)ty, Va.,
mid hais been on a visit to the old
ioimestead, niear' Raiphine, ini that
ounty, for several weeks. lie is
mllperlintendinmg the section of nine
ihafts, which he is plaLciug over the
traves of his anucestors, burniedI at the
)id Providence Chuirch. It is stated
that some1 of the most v'alued and
bigly prized ornaments in his pala
tial parlors at Chicago are cooking
utensils used( by3 his grandmother at
the old home in Rockbridge. He
b)elieves ill keepinig alive the memory
:)f his depar'ted relatives, and gathers
Iround him everything that wvill serve
that puirpose anid re'imid ima of his
A D)ouble T1ragedy'.
N i:w ()mu.us, June 211.-A Picay
uine Groverton, Texas, special says:
(reat exc'itemienit was causedC( heire
last niight by3 the suic'ide of ia beauti
fuml younig Ildy, Miss Ainnai Turneir,
laughter of .Judge John B Turner,
'ud the excitement was5 inltensitiedl
wvhen the fat heri took the pistol fronm
thie hiands of his dying daughter and
killed Professor Davis. Nothing is
muowni as t.o the cause of the tragedy,
Professor Davis camne here last March
romn Wake F"orest College, North
Jar'olina, and took charge of the
Lealdemfy at this pla,-.e. He was a
;ood looking young main.
Th e Smnokest ack Trumtbled J)owvn.
AuorJwrA (Ga., JuneI 21.- -This even
ng, during a rain and wvind storm,
he big iron smokestack at the neOw
lectric railroad company's[power
touse, toppled over, anid craished
brough the roof. Fortunately no
ne waus caught under it, and( the
lamiage to the mlachiner'y was very
light. The chimney is three feet
'i diameter', eighty feet high and(
reighs ov'er five thousand poundi(s.
)ne of the anchors in the ground, to
'lhich a guy rope was alttachmed, pull-1
di out, causing the accident.
Crops in t he South.
The Chattanooga Times publishes
n exhaustive statement regar ling
be crops in Tennessee, Alabama a~I f
Icorgia. It shows the wheat crop
b'rughout the entire territory cani
atssed to be ahnost a complete fail
ire. Corn, cotton and tobacco are
a splendid condition, tihe yield
>romtising to exceed that of last year.
)f fruits there is half a crop. Gras
'es of all kinds are good. Tho busi
10RR otlonor is encouraging.
A HORRIBLE ACCIDENT
Ars the Campaign Meeting At Colutnbla-.
Th'ee Mon Hurt.
COLVIDIA, June 24.- One of the
saddest and most horrible accidents
that have over happened was caused
by the premtut- explosion of a can
non, at the fair grolulds today just
before the speaking began. The ar.
tillery had been located in the valley
in the rear of the speakers' stand,
and several " lvos had been fired.
I 1-. H. Casson had his fingers on the
vent and a charge was being ranuned
m when a messenger came with in
structions to cease firing. Mr. Cas
son's hand slipped from the touch
hole, the air rushed in, and before
the men around could stir, there was
an explosion, and they were knocked
aside like so many chips.
Olin Barr of Barr's Landing, fifteen
miles from Columbia, had been load
ing. He was thrown forward as if
by a catapult, and horribly mangled.
Such a spectacle is rarely if ever be
held. The puor fellow's arms were
litterally shot to pieces and his hands
hung by threads.
Through the coagulated blood that
disgised his face could be seen a
deep hollow where an eye ought to
have been. Down to the waist there
were bloody wouids causing a sick
After being strapped to the boards
he was tenderly removed, and as they
placed him in a carriage the brave fel
low's mangled lips parted, and lie
stannered: "Did anyone else get
After being carried down the street
both arms were amputated just be
low the elbow. Both eyes are going.
Lieutenant John M. Stork, one of
the most popular young men in the
city, was also horribly wounded.
Blood ran from his arms like water,
and formed a crimson )ool around
him. His right hand was in shreds.
and his facO was blackened and
bloody. lie was removed to his
home and his right arm was ampu
W. H. Cassoin was also painfully
iijured. Though his left hand Was
horribly m1angled he thought not of
himself until the other- wounded men
had been attended to.
Barr died tonight at 11 o'clock, his
father being present. Casson will
lose the fingers of hs left hand. lie
says that lie did not tako his linger
from the vent, but that they forgot
to swab the cannon.
Cian,oo, June 26.-The Republi
cans of the Third Illinois District to
day renominated William E. Mason
to Congress. After he had been
nomim,t-. Ma-n was brought into
1.1e Convent ion and made a speech on
national issues. Amona other things
"We are not going to wave the
bloody shirt, but when they stand in
lichmond and decorate the statue of
the Father of his Country with a
rebel flag, I say that the man who
does it is as much a traitor as any
rebel was thirty years ago."
Itattlesakes in a Cot'A Jaw
MIorrEZUM, Iowa, June 26.-A
miare beilongin g to Thlomuas Ballard,
living near this city, gav-e birth to a
colt that had a lump on its jawv which
prevenltedl it from sucking. TIhe lump
was cut off, and on being op)ened was
found to contain a lot of small-sized
rattlesnakes. Mr. Ballard says the
day- after the maure was bred she was
bitten by a rattlesnake, but suiffeired
no serious effhet. The (questioni that
puzzles local scientists is by what
means the rattlesnakes wer-e propa
gated1 in the colt's jaw.
What is it that makes wonmen more
smiling and happy looking than maen!
W~e meet them on the cars, on the
streets, ini the country, by3 the sea
shore, alwvays smiling, teeth a glisten
ig, eyes a (dancing. Ah! the secret
is they aim to please. It is an effort
in many instances for theui to smile,
and were it not foi- a desire to look
pleasing and pretty many would
never smile again. Why? Because
in a large majority of istanices they
doni't feel'*like smiling. They feel
more like crying. *With their nervous
aches, wveakness and bearing down
pains, life to thienm is a burden. What
a gol-find to many a physician is a
rich sick woman. Why should lie aim
to cure her and deny himself theo
pleasure of preseniting his bills with
the usual regularity. It seems from
the following, that the surest and
chiealest way for invalid women to
regain health andl strength is by using
Botanic Blood (B. B. B.)
Mrs. J1. A. White, 340 Wyt.he St reef.,
Petorsburg, Vai., writes: "I have used
B. B. B. with happy results, and
others have taken it at my advice and
are (delighited with its cur-ative re
J. N. Giregor-y, B3utler Postoflice,
S. C., writes: "My wife had been
under the treatment of several good
phlysicians, buit conitiniued i 1)00r
health, so I bought four bottles of
Botanic Blood Balm and it did her
mare good than those doctors had
(lone hur in ten years. She is now
(doing her- owni washing, a thing she
hadl not been able to do for four
CrIticisng a Youang Lady3.
"She would be a p)retty girl but for
"What's that ?" askeu Charley.
Gleorgo-"Her face is always cov
ered with purple and( rOdl blotches."
Charley-"O h, that's easily enough
disposed of. Used to be the same
way myself, but I caught on to thie
troub~le one day, and got r-id of it in
Gecorge--"What was it'?"
Charley-"Simply blood eruptions.
Took a short course of P. P. P. I
tell you, it's the boss blood corrector-.
The governor had rheumatism so bad
that you could hear him holler (clear
across the county every time lie
movedl. He tried it, and you know
wvhat an athletic~ old gent lie is now.
If somebody would give Miss Daisy
a pointer, she would thank them af
terwvards. All the drug stores sell it.'
Every one should use P. P. P., be
cause at this season nearly every one
needs a good medicine to purify,
vitalize and enrich the blood.
Dysplmiaa Ltid Inli1gest on
i thoir Worst forms are cured by thi
Usc of P. P. P. If you are debilitate<
and rnn.down, or if you nced a toni,
to regain flesh and lost appetitc
strength n( vigor, take P. P. P.,aN
you vill be strong itnd healilhy. Fo
shatterld vollstitutiiow-; aLId lost man
hood P. P. -P. (Prickly Ash, Pok,
Root and Potassium) is the king o
all nedeinmes. P. P. P. is the greates
blood purifier in the world. Forsal,
by all druggists.
Whlen the change of life approlache
Woman, she should use Bradfield
10cImale Regulator, thereby passin
safely the crisis. Sold by all drug
pA pr S
.hwnni r mi,ic A'>uiaA
RADF/EID [?f!GLA1'R CV. ALAN'TA GA
SOLD $7A (L ORMCiS.
RO1 S:JM *IMRDERC
iont Arel-'-TIF.Na and WHOL1SOME
T:10PF \NO DRINK in th, world.
i'ciona -ind 9parkling. TRY IT.
A0% your Druggist or orocsr for it.
E F. H I RES. PHILAIDELPHIA.
WanteA in every County. Shrewd men to act under Inostrnetion
in our Secret Service. 19%porienco not neces4ary. Particular fre(
Granuan Detective Bureau Co. uArcado,Cincinai
*t2 no aid he.utfivt, ho hair.
rr Pot ,luitH %nrr, growlih.
No,or Fail3 to Hostore Gray
S Hair to if. Vtuthrul Color.
Cemye h b aier . - t h e s z hair trIe a
bW s an d vent mai a!.i s
easea.ic-'or ale .y all d ru h'rt d . :
forts le a enf tl isre al Itebu,r1 ild. ll. o .7t 1r;
ottly. aiii arld"ay. f*w York. 1A .-te for It " rouoaWILEA
tIt)ve lez bile nm g tlicsypteni, e tre it
bilIiou- rti nnd~a 1 )2( rt vetifI in2aLl t'.a dj.m
eaFeai. For Fife I-y atll druiggluIg xild Mer
chi ls %1 1-11 cul Cnt box, oIr iniitjled o.i r(xr-11.
of 1-1.ce by'
*l'ki.A ug1 11 S. 111 UI IV.
The Tozer Engine Workc.
J0OhN A. WILlIS, PRO)PR.
117 WViwr (G :uv.&rs S'rtait'l,
Tozer Steam Engines
A nid all Size of oth)11 Loot)ives andV8 12 roturo.
1110 Ft-'o ildry work in) ion l.d fIr.'e lt.
pa11iing jl.omptly excenitid.
SIT ~J) OUIAI(ANTEi.l) G n '
* 1 a, * SIek I en2dacheI flmt I 'on
rltil toublei Price IifIty cets:. 'or saet in
PlT'iS CARM [NAT YE!
F~o1t ((olti11NO N AIUSEA 1>YsKNTE:Lt'
. Dlarihw nn 'l.iid ChloIera Iufanitum.
plent.llnn iitmedtl ie of lucailcuaboi mrit, inl th<
hlomte circlei for childI or adult. IL, lolpopular
pletaHf-int arid lifelentI. TIrtuly a mother'
frien, . it sotitthcs ar ti heais thie iu)ttlat fl;ft
fromn hetad, ritomachi and biowels. 'the mtucout
dischlargo fromit the head iand t ungs are a
promptly relIeved by3 it as the mnucouc dil
charge from thle b- weis. IL t anmado to rellev
the mititteous system and cnre niausea, ad I
dOcs It. It maken t he ('risical perIod of teelh
Ing chilldreni lafe antd ensy. It inv1goraites ane
hutllds tip thme syst em whileo It is re levIng ani
Ceming th Ile Was)ted tiIssue, It. la recaminende,
and( 25) use ar;.iy by physicIans. IFor sale bs
wVaniinaakcr & Mu rraly ('0 , Columbiha, 8. e,
and2( wholeIsaIe by3 How'ard & WIllot I, A uigusta
LIPPIAN BROS., Wholesale Druggists,
Sole Proprietors, Lippman's Block, Savannah,0 a
TO IUNETII AMI Mi M !
For Estimates on
STEAM SAW MILLS,
Ginning, Harvesting and other Ma
chiinery write to the uindersigned,
wno will guarantee thic goods they
may off'er in all resp)ects, an~d make
matters interesting both to consiumers
'We will also furnish everything
needed in the line of supplies: Belt
ing, Oils, Piping, Fittings, Valves,
Inspirators, Injectors, Pumnps, Etc
WV. H. GIBBES, Jit.,'& Co.,
Columbia, S. C.
AN AND WOMAN.
P. P. P. will purity and vitalie your
1ooy o o a and give your
wholobystUrn toi,nle14 Nlvtlgtl.
A promilnent ralroad r'perintendent at
a , r tg w .1o4larlo DO M PI.
-;;td H cinwIs1% , ",*,v -,,
Pl P. e never felt so wel In his life,' ani
feelk , it Ie could live forever, it he could
always get P. 11. 1.1*
If yo:.i are tiredl out fr :,% 4x .'-.6,,nd
close confinement, take
P. P. P.
t If you aro feeling b Ady fu tho spring
and out of sorts, take
. Pp. P.
T your digestive orgens nod toning up
P. P. P.
It you uuffer with headacho, indigestlon,
debility and Weakness, tako
P. P. P.
If you suiffer with rervous pseration,
ner.os unstrung and a general lot down
of the systein, t&ke
P. P. P.
For Blood Poison. RheumatiRn, Rcibt
ula, Old Hore'. Malaria, Chronic Funalo
P. P. P.
Prickly Ash, Poke Root
The best b4ood ntprifler In the world.
TIPPMAN BROS., Wholesale Druggists,
L1IT-AN's 11aCI, Savannah, G.
YOUR SURPLUS MONEY IN TI
COLUMBIA. S. C.
One dollar and upwards receive(..
Interest at the rate of 4 per cent p(a
annum, paid quarterly, on the firb
days of February, May, August an
November. Married women an,
minors can keep account in their ows
name. Higher rates of interest a.
lowed by special arrangement.
C. J. IREDELL, President.
Jxo. S. LEAPHIART, JAMES IREDELI
When yotu buy 01n0 of themn yott nrc n 'isIled
that yon hiavo iao no initako.
Wrmlit(a fo ur priee..
COTT'1ON UINS AND)
Al' IoffoM ViOUI'.
I ('dn Rave youI rnoney.
COLUMBHIA, H. ('.
'-liome olilce and Factory:
(Dmh i' l a d ever ('tro. iLarlie bottle-c. t) Oote
at:d uaranmteetI 14o rtire any cOale of ':hlls
ti r tMlal, Iniormit tent ati k lRe
Tit RIF, its I:Y FI,A'lT-. Auigusta, ('.
HOlLER & AND)ERSON
ROCK HILL, - - - - S. C.,
For their Cataloguo giving Prices,
Tferms antd References of Buggies,
Carriages, Wagons,Road rand Phae ton
Carts, Harness, etc. All first-class
work made bly hand andl warranted.
Prices lower than any other of samio
gradie. Our Vehicles a-e rulnning in I
every counity in Southi Carolina, and in
in muany counities of North Carolina, el
Georgia and Florida. All inquiries ai
promptly answered. In wvriting pleace di
mention this paper and1 don't forgot
to give your Postofliee address and ...
sign your name plainily.
Hloller & Andersoni luggy Co.,
RO)CK HILL, - - - - S. C.
*3-Ask for catlogste.jT
TE RRY M'F'ra Co .t NAnH..L.. T..N.. ft
[0, O. BOWEN,
A.ttorney at Law,
PICTENI 0. H., S. C.
I&- Money to loan on easy terinp,
>n well secured paper.
Office in Court House. July 26'8&
WELLS & OR, J. E. Booos,
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C.
WELLS, ORR & BOGGS,
Attorneys at Law,
PICKENs, C. I., S. C.
I1. F. ANSEL, C. L. HoLLINoOROITH
lolicitor 8th Circuit. Pickens, S. C.
Greenville, S. C.
\NSEL & HOLLINGSWORTH,
attorneyt. and counsetors
PIUKENS C. H., S. C.
Practico in all the courts of the
state, and attention given to all busi.
less entrusted to them. mnrh 14-88tf.
[HILL & WELDON,
22 Main St, - - GRIEENvJLLE, S. C.
?a&" Oas given every Thursday and
'rid1ay, and teeth oxtractedl without
[)R. FRANK SMITH
Is now permancntly located at
lasley, S. C., and respectfully offers
is p)rofessional services to the public
~enerally. Jan 2 .90.
[)R. J. P. CARLISLE,
GI-EENvILLE, 8. C.
Office over Westmoreland Bros. &
puke's Drug S,toro. Jan. 1 '898.
M. N ORWOOD), ). D). 8.
-D) E N TI IS,
IREENVILLE, - - - S. C.,
Corner Main and Coffee Strets.
)R. J. B. CARPENTPER,
D)en t I t
Will bo0 found at Liberty on and Y',
fter the 24th inst. He guarantees
11 his work to be first-class. fob 18'90.
P. O. Fitzgerald,
f reenvi110, -- - - e.. C
A& Over Westmnoreland Irothers
rug Store. All work done by the
stantaneous process. Also make
ulargements from aid pictures to
ty size in water colors, crayon, In
a ink, oil and plain photographs.
oot 24 Uf.
MANSION HOUSE I
GREENVILLE, S. C.
HE MANSION HOUSE HAS
been newly refitted and excel
tly furnished. It is first-class in
its appointments, and is one of the
at hotels in the South. Situated
the healthiest and most deli htfu)
y in the country, it offers S PE
:OR ATTRACTIONS TO .-I
)RS and tourists; and the c ' ie
annot bn nxe1lnd in ny nity.