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The State Senate Votes It Thircj
In the Senate on Wednesday even
ing the Jamesiown exposition bill was.
called up. Senator Brown spoke for
the bill, saying the relations between
South Carolina and Virginia madt
this a peculiar call. It would be an
affront to Virginia to decline to re
spond and a disgrace nob to appropri
ate enough to make a creditab.e dls
play. Senator Furifoy had do sympa
thy with the cry of poor troutb. anc
wanted his great State creditably rep
resented, commenting that Soutb
Carolina was not represented at St.
Louis in 1904. He made a spirited
plea for the bill.
Senator Bates said that though op
posed to expenditures when not neceB
sary, this was one time whpn he din
consider it worth while* Senator Cai
ptnter, too, spoke for the bill and ein
ed tue advantage of exploiting the
State. A vote was t~en taken and
the bill read a second time by a vole
of 30 to 3. Senators E. S. Blease,
Ear>, Efiid, Hoed, W. E.1 Jobnpon,
W. J. Johnson, Baysor, Talbert vot
ing against it.
Senator Brown then spoke for the
charge from the 110,000 stipulation
Of the bouse to 830,000 as originally
appropriated under the bill. Senator
Hood spoke, against it and Senator C
L. Blease for it. It was adopted,
Senators B'ack, E. S. Blease, Earle.
Hood, W. E. Johnson, W. J. Johnson,
McGowan, McLeod, Baysor, Talbert,
Warren, Weils voting against It. The
bill wast then read the second time
During the discussion Chief David
Harris of the Catawba Indians came
into the chamber and was asked by
President Slcan to occupy a chair on
the staid. It) was rather a remarka
ble incident that the chief cf one of
the few tribes of full blooded Indians
that still remain in this country should
be present to see a State .voting to
participate in a celebration to com
memorate the landing of the first
white men in the land which hi*
fathers once owned from the Pacific
tc the Atlantic.
Held as Hostage.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hacksfok,
of Cincinnati, Ohio, have asked Con
gressman G'ebel to make an ifhrt to
have the government do something
toward tb?3 recovery of che woman's
sister, Catherine Bcehen, fifteen years
old, who, '.hey decleare, is being held
by A. Liedel in Wheimouth' Winni
peg, Cannada, as a hostage in lieu of
8100 which be claims as expenses in
curred fiD bringing the girl to Amer
ica. The Hickstoks cama to Ameri
ca from Gvorkoeny, Hungary, two|
years ago. Subsequently, tbev say,
they avut 8100 to Liedel, who declears
be did rot receive the money.
J. D. Buu?a?> of Buttervilla, O ,
laid the peculiar disappearance of bi
painful symptoms, of Indigestion and
biliousness to Dr. King's New Life]
Pills. He says: "'Tney are a perfect
remedy, for dizziness, sour stomccb,
headache coustipatlon, etc." Guaran
teed at Wannamaker Mfg. Co's drug
store, price 25o.
is often caused by sores, ulcers and]
cancers that eat away your skin.
Wm. Bedell, of Flat Bock, Mich.,
says:"I have used Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, for Ulcers, Sores and Cancers.
It is the best healing dressing I ever
found." Soothes and and heals cu's,
burns and scalds. 25c at Wnnn- ma'
er Mfg. C's. drugstore; guaranteed.
SL Matthews. S. C.
The growth of St. Matthews within
the past year has been remarkable
More than one hundred thousand dol
lars has been spent, or is being spent
'for municipal and private impro e
ments. Beal estate is now selling for
. five times as much as it soid for a year
ago, and has only started up. It is a
safe and valuable investment, money
could not be invested so that it w uld
be safer and bring as large a profiit as
, it will if invested in real estate here.
If you wish to get in on the ground
floor come to see me at once.
Valuable real estate for sale within
the corporate limits of St. Matthews,
Money invested in real estate in St.
Matthews will prove not only a safe
investment but will double itself in
value within the few years.
Fi?r sale following property located
?on main business street of St. Mat
thews, Property known as the Philip
Rich property, on which there .is
located three stores, dwelling, ware
house and other out buildings. This
property also contains valuable lots
for business and residential purposes.
Price very low as must make prompt
sale: Also for sale other valuable and
desirable real estate for residential
and business purposes. Also for sale
a desirable and comfortable dwelling
rrost conveniently located. For sale,
two valuable farms within a few miles |
of St. Matthews. Apply to
J. Skottowe Wannamaker,
12-20 3mos- St.Matthews, S.C
produces the above remits In 30 days. It acta
powerfully and quietly. Cutob when all others falL
Sonnsmenwlllresaia their lest manhood.and old
een will recovor their youthful nsor by using
REVIVO. It quickly and surely restores Nerrous
cess. Los* Vitality, Impotency. Nightly Emissions.
Lost Power, Follies' Memory, Wastlnrt Diseases, and
aU effects cf self-abuse or excess and indiscretion,
which unntn one for study, business or marrltge. It
not only cures by starting at the ecat-ot disease, but
Is s croat nervo tonlo and blood bnUdsr. i?tns?
ins back tho pink glow to palo cbe^fcotsaro
storlns the Ore of yonth. It wardo off Insanity
and Consumption. Insist on banns BEvZVOi no
ether. It can be carried in Test pocket. By mail,
61.00 per package, or six for 65.00, with a posi
tive mitten guarantee to euro or refund
the money. Book and advise free. Address V
?0Y?L MEDICINE CO., Sffi''
For sale by Drs. Lowman & Shecut
Orangeburg, S. C.
Money to Loan
S\iS FARMING LANDS. Long
v/time. No cotrmission charged".
Borrower pays actual cost of perfect
inn loan. For further information
address: John B. Palmer & Son
1-3* Box 282, Columbia, S. C.
I ADMIRAL'S WORDS CARRY WElGHT.""f
REAR-ADMIRAL HIGHBORN is one of the best
known admirals of oar navy.
His statement concerning Pernna will have mnch
weight as it goes out into the world.
What he says is echoed by many other naval officers of
WHAT THE ADMIRAL. SAYS.
Philip Hichborn, Rear-Admiral United States Navy,
Writes from Washington, D. C, as foUows:
"After the use of Peruna for a short period, I
can now cheerfully recommend your valuable
remedy to any one who is in need of an invigor?
ating tonic."?Philip Hichborn.
" AN EVERPRESENT FOE.
The soldier and the sailor are especially subject to
eatarrh In some form or phase.
Exposed as they are to constant changes, subject as tbcy
are to various vicissitudes, and all kinds of climate, wet
and dry, night and day, they find catarrh to be their most
insidious and everpresent foe.
In the barrack? and on the field, Pernna is equally
Taken in time, it will absolutely prevent catching cold.
I PE-RU-NA AN ABSOLUTE SPECIFIC.
After a cold has become established, Peruna will break
It up quicker than any other remedy known to man.
Even after a cold has become settled in some organ of
the body Peruna can be relied upon to promptly dispej :t.
Peruna wilT*cure catarrh, whether acute or chronic, but
a few doses taken in the first stages of the disease will be
more effective than when the disease has become chronic.
If you suffer from catarrh in any form, do not neglect
It. Take Peruna at once. Delays in 6uch matters are
RECOMMENDS PE-F- MA.
"1 am convinced of Pornna's curative qualities and I
unhesitatingly recommend it- to to all persons suffering from
catarrh."?Commodore Somerville Nicholson. '
FROM HIS OWN EXPERIENCE.
" The use of your Pernna as a remedy and cure for catarrh
by many of my friends who have been benefited by the same,
as well as my own experience as to its efficacy and good tonio
properties, causes me to recommend it to all persons."?*
Ex-Lieut. TJ. S. Navy, James M. Morgan.
1 PE-RU-NA CURES THROAT CATARRH. [
t* I can cheerfully recommend your remedy, Peruna, to my
friends and othor sufferers as one of the best remedies 1 have
ever tried for catarrhal troubles of the throat and kindred
diseases. I also consider Peruna a grand tonic."?Admiral
James A. Gvccr.
FOR COUGHS AND COLDS.
" I have used your Peruna with satisfaction and can cheer
fully recommend the remedy as an effective remedy for
coughs and colds."?Bear-Admiral J. A. HowelL
I USED PE-RU-NA IN HIS FAMILY.
"I have used Pernna in my/family with the most flattering
" I can recommend your valuable remedy as a most efficient
remedy for coughs, colds and catarrh."?CoL TJ. S. Marine
Corps, C. J. Porter.
No remedy ever yet devised has received Buch unstinted
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We have on file thousands of testimonials Hke. those given
above. We can give oar readers only a glimpse ot the vast
array of endorsements Dr, Hartman is receiving.
I>id You Ever Take Time
to think that t e looks of your home should be just as brig t and cheerful looking from the outside ?
as yon have it looking vtithin. On m^ny house , you only see the outside, aud the first impression O
is always a lasting one. The only way to get and retain this nea and attractive app arance, is to I
Thisisajaigh grade paint, mad
only with pure ingrediinenta*.. and
by the latest improv d methods-. Jts
wearing properties, are superior to
those found in any other paint on
It can be used on any kind of
snrfa e; wood, stone, brick, metal or
plaster,; and will prove equally as
satisfactory in every instance, ?.tag
Paint wears like iron.
One Gallon Makes Two."
"The Two for One Kind." This means that one gallon of Stag ^emi-Paste Paint, with the addi
tion of one gallon Pure Raw Linseed Oil. makes two gallons of pure prepared paint, and will give
you double the amount of satisfaction, by its nse. If your dealer tries to tempt you with tome other
brand, turn it down, and say, "Give me the best, t tag Brand."
For sale by
J. W. Smoak.
ST. MATTHEWS BOTLING WORKS, j
St. Matthews, S. C.
I am now ready to supply the merchants of St. Matthews
and nearby points wiih Ginger Ale, Cherry Cocktail, Velvet
Cream Soda, Kola No a, and all soft drinks bottled by an up
to-date Carbonating Plant.
I make nothing but first class Carbonated Soda, &c, pre
pared from the very finest extracts procurable.
Respectrully solicit your patronage,
IT. 33, DDant^ler,
The Largest and Most Complete Es
, tablisbment South.
Geo. S. Hacker & Son
Doors, Sash. Blinds, Mouldings and
Sash, Weights, Co Hardware2and
Hardware ?'Ready-Mixed Paint.
Charleston, S. C.
For Rent. Jan. J. 1906.
TPHE TWO STORY DWELLING,
? with large garden and outhouse,
corner Doyle aud Wiles Streets, oppo.
sit*1 Mr. E. N. Scoville's residenc. Ap
ply to Geo. H. Cornelson
If a man loves a maid,
That's his business.
If a maid loves a man,
That's her business.
If they marry, |
That's their business. ? |
f ?QW?ftfta?ft?e??ft?ftW?ft?ft ?0t?M8IMI^
But When They Want Sash, Doors, Blinds, Lime, Cement Plaster,
Hay, Corn and Oats in Car Lots, Rice Flour, Wheat Bran, Field Seed.
THAT'S OUR BUSINESS.
We carry the largest and best stock and at lowest prices.
Avers &. Williams
STO Ca FBIENDS ?
? la Orangeburg and Joining Counties o
We wnnt to say that we will be
in the HORSE and MULE busi
ness this winter for all we are
worth. Also want to call your at
tention to the fact that more than
ever will we be in the BUGGY
and WAGON business. We havo
greatly enlarged this brannh of
our business, and have opened a
buggy house on Russell Street
next to the old Postoffice building.
Here you will find the celebrated
OLD HICKORY and TENNES
SEE WAGONS. A full line of
Two and One-Horse Wagons^
When it comes to a display of
Buggies and Carriages, it will be
full and comp ete. All the latest
ptyles of rubber t;re goods, both
bnll and roller bearings. We han
dle the famous BABCOCK and
TYSON and JONES high grade
buggies. We will also bundle
medium and lower grades that will
represent full wlue for prices
asked. You will also find a full
and complete line of Harness, Lap
Robes, Umbrellas. Whips, Saddles,
etc. If you will kindly call to see
us and look at our <;o'>ds, we are
sure we con unit you and aave yon
W. HAMPTON DUKES,
THREE FINE HEARSES KO JTI?
CITY AND COUNTRY SEEViCE.
For Early Spring, j
We are open ng up our full line of Spring goods. They
are fresb and very pretty. It will do you good to take a look.
Lovely Silk Check Ginghams, very newest fabric at 20c.
These are quite stylish.
Pomilla Suiting 3? in. wide, only only on sale here, 10c.
This i* a great seller.
Beautiful Mercerized White Madras and Pks. We svtar
them at 10c to 35c. We can show yo ? an elegant Iii e?teery
sa le and pattern.
Lot of Silk Chiffon Mulls all colors, at 25c yd.
We are showing for evening wear, a full line of Eolions,
Silk Soisetts, Silk Dot Muslins, Crepe Clines, in fact anything
you want for lue to 00c a yard.
NEW RIBBONS AND TIES,
NEW COLLARS AND BELTS.
You will always find us ready to serve you with the latest
We are showing some fine values in Wash Silks, 25, 45,
50 and ?Oc yd.
Improved Cotton Seid,
1>UY TtlE Oltu.INAL AND
X> genuine Phillip's improved Cotton
Seed. Improved every year. No black
seed. Buy some and increase your
yield another year. For sale by
j. L. Phllifb, &
l-17-3mos*. Ayebs & Williams,
I" ENNINGS & SMOAK ARE
O large dealers in all kinds of Ferti
lizers but makes a specialty of Ni
trate of Soda, Tankage Kanit, and
Muriate of Potash. Call and see them
at their office [Old Alliance Ware
? Phone 228
x j. c. t*ijk::e:, jr.
A beautiful line of Spring Goods to pick and choose from. We have hundreds of beautiful Lawns, Dim
w ities and Organdies, the latest and newest patterns the market a IT >rds. We arc not satisfied with the com
fia pleteness of this sto k. Our buyers are now in N 4w York to rn'ik liftis one of the best, largest and prettiest
?line of Spring Goods ever shown in Orangeburg. We are doing a>l in our power to make this the banner year
of this old and reliable house of 25 yars. We soli more goods this fall than this house ever sold before. We
A are working hard to make this the best Spring in t he history of tins house. We are always looking out for
a the interest of our customers by giving them the most poods for less money than they ever had before. We
2 will spare no money to have the very best and most experienced trimmers in our Hat Department this
@ Spring we can get. We will also have only the best? xperienced and most competent help to wait on the
Otrade. A v.sit to our store will convince you we are working for the interest of our customers and we live
up to our motto. No matter what prices are quoted you we are always lower.
A Few Specials for This Week.
A beautiful 40 in Lawn. 10c kind only.5c
Don't fail to see our figured Lawns at.5c
See our 24c figured Organdies sell elsewhere at 35
and 40c, 25 and 35c Ladies Collars, choice.10c
See our new line of Boy's and Children's Caps. ...10c
Do you know you can buy a full shirtwaist suit
at Pikes' Store for.,.ul 25
THIS RIBBON SALE FOR MONDAY ONLY.
Children's fast black hose at.5c
A good linen Uandker chief at.5c
Don't fail to visit our store, we never fail to please.
36 in. Dimity, sells for 15 and 20c, our price.10c
The prettiest line of lawn ever shown In the city, 24c
Beautiful' line of Laces and Bands to match choice 10c
The largest and most complete line of ^atoh sets
of Val Laces at 12ic 5c, 10c
We will give the people one more chance at our
Ribbon'. any Ribbon in the house worth up to
75c and 85c choice.19c
A good 5c Ilanlkerschief at.2Jc
Successor to Mrs. Angie C. Wilson.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.^ (%//
Seven Mfflkra boxes sold in post 12 months. TblS Signatare, S^<&Y7
in Two Days.