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Tbk Times and Democrat.
No man ever gains an\ th ng by try
ing to belittle others. Remember this
young man and act on it.
The Republicans in Congress are di
vided on every proposition that looks
towards reform, but they are all unit
ed an the "pork bill" and "for the old
flag and an appropriation."
Kansas undertakes have formed a
trust. Hereafter funeral expenses
must be guaranteed or the deceased
-will not be buried. Thus do many a
man's woes pursue him to the grave.
Immigrants are coming into Texas
at the rate of 1,000 a day, and New
York and Boston at 16,000 a day. This
country/ will have to continue to do
some tall assimilating to digest so
much raw food.
. Republican senators seem to
dread to vote on the Snoot case,
and many of them intend to repudiate
the bargain made with the Mormon
church by Perry Heath in 1900 which
gave the Eepuclicans the electoral
vote of Utah.
The 8hir>subsidy steal is one vote
shy of being reported favorably by the
Committee of Merchant Marine and
Fisheries, and Gen, Grosvenor and the
lobbyists have expended all their ef
forts so far for nothing.
A German scientist says tbe time
will comer when the supply of water
will not be sufficient ?to supply life on
this earth. This may be true, but
the trouble is too far off fcr us of this
time to worry over it.
The standpatters will hardly dare
standout against abating the tariff on
building material to the unfortunate
San Francisco sufferers, though they
will still continue the tariff tax on
homes for the balance of us.
The adxantage of an indirect tax
like the tariff is, as one of the princi
pal standpatters said, the foolish
. geese don't know who is plucking them
but the Republicans are discovering
that the voters are getting their eyes
An eminent minister of the gospel
says ninety-five per cent of the sons of
rich men are worthless and do noth
ing but spend the money they inheri
ted. While this may be true, yet they
are some use in the world by robly
. helping to keep money in circulation.
The city of Johanesburg, South Af
rica, prohibits all advertisements re
guarding liquor and gambling on a
penalty of^$12, or two months' impris
onment. That is good law, and better
still we are told it is strictly enforced.
The people of lorto Rico have found
thatwearlng ?hoea i? a cure for the
"lazy bug" disease. That Is not al
ways, the case in this section of the
globe: Some *foik* here who have two
or three pair of shoes have tbe "lazy
bug" disease to an alarming extent.
Seckstary Shaw is so thick with
the Rockefeller City National Bank
and other Wall Street bankers that he
is virtually paying interest on the
gold they are importing/rom Europe
by advancing the cash without inter-/
est, on security other than ^United
It was only a year or two ago that
Senator Lodge voted to strike out the
imprisonment clause of the anti-trust
act and now be proposes imprisonment
for railroad managers guilty of grant
ing rebates. Has Senator Lodge re
pented or is he using that old Repub
lican dodge of trying to fool the peo
The United States government and
various states spend at least $1,000 on
the health of sheep and cattle for
every dollar they spend to protect hu
man life," said Dr. W. A. Evans di
rector of the Columbus laboratories,
in a lecture at the tuberculosis exhi
bit at the municipal museum recently.
That is easily accounted for. The al
mighty dollar is our national god.
There is money in sheep and cattle
raising, but none in man raising. Con
sequently we raise sheep and cattle
and let men die. Do you see the dif
Clear j our mind of every gloomy,
selfish, aDgry or revengful thought,
allow no resentment or grudge toward
man or fate to stay in your heart over
night. Wake in the morning 'with a
blessing lor every thing on your lips
and in your soul. Say to yourself.
Health, luck, usefulness, succes are
mine. 1 claim them. Keepthinkitg
that thought no matter what happens
just as you wculd put one fooo before
another if you had a mountain to
climb. Keep on, keep on, and sudden
ly you will find that you are on the
An Honest Conftwal'on.
We want every reader of The Times
and Democrat to read the article of
the Hon. Charles Francis 'Adams, nf
Quincy, Mas*., who formerly held~to
the view that the negro was the na
tural egual.of. the white man, there
being merely the difference of coloi
and opportunity for development. &r
Adams went to Africa to study the
negro on his native heath before '.hi
would accept the truth about the ne
I gro problem. In the heart o' th? Darl
Continent he saw a new light, ar (
the scales fell from his eyes, and lik<
the honest man that he is, be make
an honest confession. "hot" is thi
only word that te can fine to exp?es
! adequately the fallacy of the "Afri
can-and-bro* her doctrine." This is hi
; astonishing conclusion. He sa*s, ii
; summing up his views and conclusion.
I "Left to himself, the tendency of th
? negro is distinctly to deterloration
; be will insensibly but assuredly relaps
r into bis. normal African conditions.'
' We quota further, from a passage no
1 included in our/' selection printed 01
The fur damental and everlastini
principles enunciated in the Declara
tion many suffer, and even have to b
subjected to revision and limitation
but, none the less, facts are facts, and
for his own good, and ultimate' possi
ble development, the African has go
to be "restrained." But how4? In thii
respect: the Soudan is today a most sug
gestive field for study. Until subjeci
to British domination, the Soudan
and Uganda also, were internal belli
and external nuisances; and as the]
then were, time out of mind they ha<
been. One has but to read Baker's ac
count of the conditions which pr vail
ed in that region anterior to 1?90 t<
appreciate the utter fallacy of the the
oreticai rigbts-ofman and Philanthrop
ical African-and-br ther doctrines. Ii
plain vernacular English, they are al
"rot";?"rot" which I myself have in
dulged in to a considerable extent
and, fa face of observable facts whicl
would not down, have had to outgrow
It is manifestly true, as Mr. Adams
says, that the people of tbeNorth
for he speaks of them?"have actually
wallowed in a bog of self-sufficient ig
norance?especially we philanthropist!
and theorists of New England. We d(
so still. Having eyes, we will EOt see.'
In reference to the "African-and
brother" doctrine Mr. Adams says
"For myself, after visiting the blacfc
man in bis own bouse, I come bacli
with a decided impression that this is
the sheerest of delusions, due to pure
ignorance of rudimentary facts; yet
we built upon it in reconstruction days
as upon aloundation stone?a self-evi
dent tiuthl Let those who indulge in
such theories go to the Soudan, and
pass a week at Omdurman. That place
marks in commerce in letters and in
art, in science and architecture, the
highest point of development yet
reached by any African race. As al
ready suggested, the difference be
tween Omdurman and London about
measures the difference between the
Black and White."
In commenting on Mr.. Adams' ar
ticle The State says "this astute ob
server came to the same conclusion,
after st&dying the negro in his own
home, where he has vegetated foi
countless centuries, that most stu
dents of him in. the South, where he
has had the benefit of the example and
influence ql a higher civilization, and
lODg since arrived at?that there is nc
future for the negro as a race. "Con
tact with the, whith man," he 6ays
"is necessary to keep the negro from
retrogression. He has never invented
anything?not letters, nor numbers,
nor tools, nor harmony, nor arts, nor
has he voluntarily adopted anything,
except rund and firearms. He taught
himself to bandle implements and
weapons, both of ttye.ru^rJest and most
elementary kind; and 'he can talk.
There his; development stops."
There he stops; and, as Mr. Adams
sums up, "the instinct, as well as the
desire for development is lacking." Al
together the 8 rticle is one of the most
remarkable' contributions to the dis
cussion of the negro problem. It is
notable as a confession of previous
error, such a manly and frank admis
sion as one would expect from the man
who was broad enough to admit, after
a study of the questions involved, that
the abstract principle of secession was
justified by the Constitution. It ought
to make the understanding of the real
problem easier to those who have
viewed it purely from altruistic and
fantastic points of view."
The railroad rate bill is still the
storm enter in politics. The Demo
crats generally, favor a measure that
would give adequate relief to the peo
ple without doing injustice to the rail
roads. The consolidation of transpor
tation facilities has reached such a
point in this country that seven com
binations contol practically all the
railroads and wield such vast power
that the people are unable to prevent
abuses. The Democrats want a law
giving the Interstate Commerce Com
mission authority to fix ? reasonable
rates and forbidding any interference
by the courts, or such a limited couri
review, as will prevent the r unifica
tion of the work of the Commission by
interlocutory court orders, ana It-ave
tLe rates fixed by the Commission in
full force until the final hearing and
decree in the case. But a number 01
Republican Senators insist on the
broadest possible review by the couns
including the power to suspend tl e
Commission's rates by an interlocu
tory order or temporary injunction
before the final hearing. Judging
from the debates in both Houses,
Congress will hardly pass the bill
without providing for some sort of
court freview; but the Democrats will
insist on limiting that power.
Hyomei Cur** Cartarrh in Natural
and Rational Way.
No dangerous drugs or -alcholic
concoctions are taken into tbe'system
when Hyomei Is used in the'treat
ment of catarrh. Breathed through
tfae neat pocket inhaler that comes
with every outfit, the balsamic, heal
log of Hyomei penetr ates to the most
remote cells of the nose, throat and
lungs, killing all catarrhal. germs,
healing the irritated mucous mem
brane and effecting a complete and
In a natural aud rational way, bj
medicating the air you breathe with
Hyomei, every breath will te bealiDg
and antiseptic, like the air found 01
the mountains where the pine forests
11 give off their fragrant and healing
No medicine taken into the
stomach can possibly reach the re
mote cells of the air passages, or glvt
the immediate relief that follows the
A use of Hyomei. A few days' treat
ment is usually all that is necessary
to show how quickly this remedy wll<
So successful has Hyomei been Id
the cure of catarrah amorg their
customers, that A. Calhoun Doyle; &
Co., sell it under a positive guarantee
that it cost nothing unless It give*
satisfaction. The complete outfit
sells" for one- dollar, while < xtra bot
des can be obtained for 50 cents..
Beat Tftem All.
The United States exported more
goods In 19(5 than any other cation
in the world, according to statistic
tabulated by the British board ol
trade. The total exports of thin
country amounted to $1,621,000,000.
while that of the next nation, Great
Britlan, only retched $1 606.000,000.
> I In imports Great Britian, ranks flraV,
the United States third.
Pirating Kofoy'" Hon? y and Tar.
Foley's & Co., Chicago, originated
1 Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
i.emedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honej
and -Tar many imitations are offered
for the genuine. These worthless imi
tations have similar sounding names,
Beware of them. The genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar is in a yellow packages
Ask for it and refuse any substitute.lt
is the best remedy for coughs and colds,
Dr. A. C. Dukes._
Smiles lead you back to your youth:
rears drag you toward old age. It takes
no more tm e to laugh than to weep.
Ordinary accidents have no terrors
when there's a bottle of Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil in the medicine chest.
Heals turns, tuts, bruises, sprains.
Make the girl In the looking-glass as
sweet as ycu can. She's a good frleno
'.0 you, and you want to treat hti
Terrible plagues, those Itching,
pestering diseases of tie skin. Put ai
end- to misery. Dtan's O.ncment
.Mires. At any dni^ Bfinre.
/~VNE MILCH OdW WITH YOUNG
\J calf for sale, aoplv to
W. F. joyneb,
B.F. D. No. 1,
5-10-2 Jamison, S. C.
fVFE 60 SAW WINSHIP GIN.
\J Feeder and Condenser in first class
running order. Also one 50 saw Pratt
Gin and Condenser with Van/VY inkle
Feeder. The above outfit s are offered
at a very reasonable price. Call on or
address. ? T. V. Baib,
5- 10-4* Elloree, S. O.
/^kNE BROWN GIN 70 SAW*.
\J Feeder and Condenser. In gotd
condition, comparatively but litt e
used. Also Iron Press, good condition,
did entirely satisfactory work last sei -
son. 'Above will be sold cheap for
cash. Charles St- G. Sinkleb,
6- 10-4* Eutawville, S. C.
Notice tn Creditors.
LL PERSONS HAVING
claims against the estate of W.
L.' Cain, deceased, are required to
prove the same before me, on or before
June 7,1906;'or be debarred payment.
5-10-4 s Administrator.
Notice of Corporation.
lyjOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
l.y that persuant to a commission is
sued to the undersigned Board of Cor
porators of "The Advance Telephone
Co." the books of subscription to the
Capital Stock of said Company willle
opened at the residence of O. B. Riley,
one of the undersigned, on Friday
May the ilth. 1906, at twelve o'clockrj
The Capital Stock of two thousand
I dollars to be divided Into 20 shares of
the par value of one hundred dollars
each. D. R Stubkib,
O. B. RlLBY,
J. C. Redmon.
Office of Secretary Board of Health,)
City of Orangeburg, May 7,19u6. s
To All Persons Interested.
. Notice is hereby given that- bids will
be received by the undersigned until
Tuesday, May 15,1906,. at 12 o'clock,
m? at his office at the City Hall for the
privy deposits gathered by the sanita
ry carts of the health department of
the City, during the year beginning
May 1,1906 and ending April 30th,
1907, the delivery to be made by the
City at such point as may be designat
ed in the bid accepted not exceeding
one-fourth of one mile beyond the Cii y
limits in any direction.
No bid will le considered for less
fh:in one hundred and twenty-live dol
The person whose bid is acceptr d
will have the ODtion of paying the
amount of the hid cash or giving a
note therefor with approved sureties
or endorser*, payable on the first day
of May, 1907. with interrst from May
1,190G, at the rate of eight per cent,
All bids must state clearly the point
at which delivery of deposits is to be
The Board of Health reserves th"
rignt to reject any and all b ds for ai y
cause whichjnav seem to it proper.
By ordei of lhe Board of IJpalth.
L. 11. WANNAMaKHR,
Ice! Ice! Ice!
T. M./WAY HAS OPENED HIS
O ice-house in full blast. Secure your
coupons or have the right change to
avoid delay. Phone 106.
Ihereby- announce "myself a candi
date for re-election to the office of
County Auditor, sui j cttothe Demo
Ihereby announce myself a candi
? date for the office of County Com
missioner at the approaching primary.
If elected will do all 1 can to serve the
public faithfully and intelligently. I
pledge myse f to abide the result ol
the Democratic primary.
M. C. EDWINS.
Ihereby announce myself as a
candidate for County Commis
sioner, and pledge myself to abide the
jesult of the Democra ic Primaries
Having filled the office for nearly twc
years, 1 have endeavored to faithfully
discharge the duties of the office, and
ask for re-election on my record.
. , Respectfully,
* Thomas D. A. Livingston.
Ihereby announce myself a candi
date for the' office of Superinten
dent of Education for Orangeburj?
County in the approaching Democratic
Primary, pledging myself to abide the
result of said primary. N
"Very truly yours.
E. H. HOUSER.
npo the Democratic Voters of Or
-L angeburg County:
Gratefully appreciating the confi
dence you have shown in me by plac
ing me in the office of County Superin
tendent of Education, and promising,
if you should.see fit to return me tc
the office, a continuance of my best
and undivided efforts fpr the advance
ment of the educational interests ol
the County, I hereby announce mv
self a candidate for another term
subject to the action of the Democra
Very truly and respectfully,
Stiles R. Mellichamp.
-Notice of Discbarge.
f\N JUNE 7,1906, I WILL FILI
\J with the Judge of Probate foi
Orangeburg County, S. C, my fina
account as administrator of W. L
Cain, deceased, and will thereupor
ask for my discharge as such ad minis
tratr. Leonidas Cain,
ALL PERSONS HAVING
claims against the- estate of th(
late Jarnos McPherson will present the
same properly verified, and all person;
indebted to the said estate will make
Louise W. McPheeson,
5-10-4 Qualified Executrix.
inNOTJGH BALED OAT STRAW
JCi to supply Orangeburg County at
$8.00 per ton, delivered, Cameron
Nearly as good as Timothy at less
than half price. Jas. M. Moss.
f\N MAY filst 1906 I WILL FILE
\J with the Judge of Probate for Or
al geburg County my final account as
Guardian of the Estate of John Glea
ton, and will ask for my discbarge as
such Guardian. W. P. Davis,
Guardian Jno. Gleaton.
T\TE HAVE A SECOND HAND
VV Steinway Piano in perfect ordei
that we are offering at a price three
time less than It is worth. If you
want it, be quick as it will not be with
us long at the price we ask.
The Mabchant Music Co.,
5-3-tf. Grangeburg, S. C
Real Estate Loans.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ORANGE
burg County real estate we al
ways have, at the lowest current rates
Call and see us or write us. If you
have money to invest, we will put it
out for you on gilt edged real estate se
curities Glaze & "ebbeet,
Orangeburg, S. C. Att'y's. ai. Law.
SAN FRANCISCO EARTH
qua're Disaster; Thousands killed
and injured. 8500,000,000, worth ol
property destroyed. Full and authen
tic story told by survivors and eye
itnesses. Largest and best book,
best illustrated, 80 percent profit to
agents. Freight paid. Credit given
Outfits free. S nd 4?two cent stamp
'or postage. Address Coopeb &Co.,
134 Lake Street Chicago, 111
Notiie of Sale.
/\N MAY THE 11th. 1906, COM
\J menclng at 10 o'clock a. m , I will
sell to the highest bidder for cash at
the late residence of J. O. Milhmse,
deceased, all the pe'sonal property be
longing to bis estate, consisting of
live stock, farming implements, vehi
cles, etc. Lauba Milhou8e,
HP HE NEXT REGULAR EXAM
JL inatinn of applicants to teach in
the public schools of the County will
be he'd at Orangeburg, S, O, on Fri
day, May 18th, 1906, commencirg at
9:30 A.M. Quect,ions will also or on
hand frr those who may be taking the
"Teacher's Reading Circle Course."
STILES R. MELLICHAMP,
4-26-4 Suot.Ed.. O C.
Special School Tex Elections.
SCHOOL DISTRICTS CONTEM
plating holding elections with the
view of levying special school taxes to
augment the regular school faxe? are
hereby notified that such elections,
when desired, should be held in time
to reo^rt the result to the Auditor on
or before August 1st 1900. in order to
get the benefits for next year. Printed
netition blanks for elections furnished
bv the State Superintendent of Edu
cation, can be obtained bv application
to the County Snperintendentof Edu
cation. Stilks R Mellichamp,
April 3. 1906. Sup't Education, O. C.
"VfOTTCE TO CONTRACTORS.
Ii Sealed bids will be received by
?he undersigned at the ofllce of C. L.
Howell. Oranceburp. S C.. not la'er
than noon the 19th dav of Ma". lflO?.
for the erection of a Cotton Ginnery
and Power House to be located at
Bolen's. S. C.
B'u'> Prntsand specification on ex
hibit at David D. Bolen's Storp, Rolen
S. C- until May 10th afterward at C
L Howells to close of time. The
right re erved to reject any and all
bids by the committee.
The Bolen Oil Mill Co.
by G. Ed. Bolen. Secty. 5-3-2.
and WHISKEY HABITS
cored at borne with
out pain. Book of par
ticulars sent FfUSE.
_B. It WOOLLEY, M. D.
XU, 6a. Office 104 N. Pryor Street.
W. HAMPTON DUKES,
CEKEJS FINE HEABSE8 ifO ' JT?
1TY AND COUNTRY ARRVtO .
1 STALLION I
J My South Carolina High J
ij! Bred Stallion, ?
8 PRINCE A. I
? will stand at my farm, in p.
X Rocky Grove Township, the X
? first four days of each week, rp
?k Ten Dollars to insure with &
5 Eggs from Choice Barred flj
f Plymoth Rock Fowls at $1.00 %
k per setting of 13. &
J J.ELVIN KNOTTS, f
? The Surveyor, js
?k R. F. D. No. 1, k
^ 2-22-6ms* Neese, S. C. |
THE BANK OP SPRINQPIPLl)
SPRINGFIELD, S. C.
L. M. MlMS, Pres.; Jno. McB. Bbab, V. P.
j. ?. Smith, Cashier.
Began Business Aug. 3, 1903.
Paid up Capital $20,000.00.
Directors.?L. M. Mima, Jno. lioB. Beat,
a. A. Odom, L. B. Pulmer J. W. Jumper, T
L. Gleaton, W. P. Hutto, a a Salley, J. 4,
Wear? just entering our third year's work,
with everything moving along satisfactory.
Tba bubinesa of this bank is conducted on
sound and conservative principles, with am
pie resources, courterous treatment, supertax
service. We invite you to come ana see us,
with a view to business.
Our savings departmont in still growing.
Put Tour Surplus where it will be secure.
Strongest in the World.
Every year that you carry an Equitable Polio]
it becomes more valuable?Becomes not
only a protection to family and business
interests, but or actual asset, upon which
you pan borrow money?or that you can
turn in for actual cash.
But it isn't everybody can
get an Equitable Pol icy.
JAS. W. ZEIGLER,
Special Agent, Orangeburg, S. 0.
W: G. Smith,
(Successor to Jno. A. Hamilton
Sr. and Jr. whose Insurance
Books we have.)
WE represent Fourteen (14) of thi
Largest Fire Ins. Co's. in the Uniter
We take Fire, Tornado and Plat<
Glass risks at the lowest possible cosi
bo the assurred.
Give us your business and if wt
please you, tell your friends, if we dc
not please you, tell us.
Office, second story Louis Building
Southwest Corner Russell and Market
streets, Orangeburg, S.- C. " ' ?
Phone No. 53. Ask Central to rinfr
twice. ? *
A4UAAAa^ta?mAal??AA?^A allBiilA ~> i ~i
To call at L. E. Riley's j
new Depository and inspect his 1
con lete ?Le of Buggies, Surreys> C
Phaetons, Harness, Lapiobes, ' j
Saddles and Whips before you
leave the city. He has the lar- i
gestand most complete display
of goods ever put on the mar
ket. It will be no trouble -to t
show you this lire of goods and |
prove to you that he has just
what is advertised. He has aLo
a good many done-over jobs
which will be disposed of at very
reasonable figures. Call and in- f
spect the enti e line and be con
L. E. Riley. J
WHY NOT TRy
Onr Dm Store Goods
Learn what you have been
Loosing by Trading Elsewhere.
A. Calhoun Doyle & Co.
Place your Fire Insurance in any
Company represented by : : : :
Jslar & Sally,
and you can't make a mistake. Write
plantation insurance, and also insurt
cotton stored on plantation.
Call on us.
IZLAR & SALLY.
ALL THE GO
Checked White Goods
for White Waists.
A fad that; is a sensible fad for there is no class of white goods
that will wear an well as these check goods, tbey are strong,
neat and serviceable.
White Check W^^S^wM
pretty, strcrag and durable. At fine quality special *"? v
Whi^r fllPrfr IKltlitv especially fire quality, medium
VV11IICL U1CIA 1I11U1IJ Bize check?t beautiful for waists,
you will be sur^ risecl to know how popular these goods <c -
are proving **J v
SlbadnW Cliect I.flWfl Perfectly exquisite quality,
OUdUUW LIICCK WWU lovely for waists, one of the
daintiest and sheerest goods shown this season, get one aa .
of these for a waist "U C
FlfitPlT VfllfPS one of the pretiiest of new goods, looks
iJdftUU TUIIWS jU8t like the dollar quality of wool voile
but this kind washes perfectly pretty assortment of f n -
colors. 3D inches wide, a rare bargain *" w
Aflin Cloth a ^g^^y woven skirt cloth, in the popular
?IUU WUlll color8) its durable, it pretty, its irt 1.0 "A
splendid, its a bargain - A" *"? u
Rtark CfiTTPi* fl?Tri as soft as silk, with a finish like
D141& JUUCf UUU1 Jap silk absolutely fatt color and
the best goods in the world-for summer waists and IE -
dresses. We sell quantities, all special value 12$ and *** C
firpv Kid Pnitiirc ^e vei7 ^atest *n Queen Quality suc
UIOj iilll 1 IWIpS cesses, they are sensible, they are
pretty, they ?re comfortable, they are extremely stylish, QQ
fit for a Queen. Queen Quality Custum made W?
I Kohn's Emporium. ?
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\ Do Not Miss
For the next thirty days we have dome extra
ordinary bargains to offer in
Te sure to either come to see us or write us.
Organs from $10.00 op.
Pianos from $50.00 up.
The Marchant Music Co.
Orangeburg, S. C.
AGENTS IN ORANGEBURG
County to write Life Insurance
for the Best Old Line Company in tl e
U. S. Large commissions paid. Write
or call on H. C. Wannamakeb,
At People's Bank, Orangeburg, ?. C.
FM! Fmh! Fish!
WHY GIVE 12i AND 15 CENTS
per pound for heef stake when
you can get nice iresh water perch,
hroam and mountain trout atJ. M.
Way's. They are much cheaper and
better. Phone 106.