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A NOMINATING CONVENTION.
Climax of the Colleton Idea-The Genera
Scheme and Plan of the Reformers-An
Address to the People.
[The State, 5th.]
The State Reform executive 'com
mitte which is the production of the
"Colleton Idea" mass meetings, as
sembled in Columbia yesterday shortly
after the hour of noon. There was a
full attendance of the members of the
committee, and they decided to hold
the preliminary convention of the
Reform party which has so long been
There were no end of politicians in.
the city yesterday. When the body
assembled in the hall of the House of
Representatives there were at least
seventy-five men present. A great deal
of canvassing had been done prior to
The Rev. J. A. Sligh, of Newberry,
was made temporary chairman, and
Messrs. Duncan and Ott. secretaries.
HERE IS THE LIST.
The roll was called and the following
men of the committee responded to
their names; Abbeville, I. H. McCalla;
Aiken, J. T. Gaston; Anderson, D. K.
Norris; Barnwell, W. H. Duncan;
Berkeley, J. B. Morrison; Charleston,
W. Gibbes Whaley; Chester, J. C.
Cunningham; Chesterfield, W. (.
Craig; Colleton, L. L. Power; Claren
don, L. M. Rogers; ~arlington, E. L.
Gray; Edgefield, J. M. Gaines; Fair
field, J. W. Lyles; Fl< rence, J. S. Mc
Call; Greenville, T. F1. Austin; George
town, J. C. Larrymore; Hampton, W.
H. Mauldin; Horry, M. R. Stilvey;
Kerebaw, T. J. Kirkland; Lancaster,
T. P. Wingard; Laurens, J. A. Jones;
Lexignton, C. M. Efird; Marlboro, M.
-R. Napier; Marion, James Stackhouse;
Newberry, J. A. Sligh; Oconee, J.
P. Pickett; Orangeburg, J. William
Stokes; Pickens, T. C. Robinson;
Richland, H. A. Deal; Spartan
burg, T. L. Gantt; Sumter, H. R.
Thomas; Union, J. C. Ott; Williams
burg, William Cooper; York, R. T.
SHUTING OUT THE PRESS. -
As soon as the roll had baen called
Mr. Sligh suggested that it would be
well for the convention to decide at
once what they would do about the
presence of people not membere of the
Mr. McCalla, of Abbeville, said that
in his opinion it would be best for a
Reform conference to be held amongst
Reformers exclusively. While Reform
ers were not ashamed of anything they
. did, still something may be said .that
we don't want published to the world.
Mr. Deal opposed the motion of Mr.
McCalla. He said that reports of the
meeting would go out any .way, and
they might be misrepresented. Any
way Reformers were in a position to do
- business in the broad light of day.
Mr. Pickett, of Oconee, raised the
point of order that the debate was out
of orcer as no permanent organization
had teen perfected.
McCalla stuck to it that outsiders
ought to be -excluded and' Mr. Sligh
ruled that the Pickens delegate's point
was not well taken.
Mr. Efird argued that it was always
the rule to have party consultations in
Mr. John W. Lyles, of Fairfield, of
fered an amendment that Reformers
who were properly voucbed for. could
Mr. Mauldin said that everyone but
members sheraid be excluded. This was.
a conference of the Reform party and
not of the Democracy.
Mr. McCalla said that this was the
most important conference in the his
tory of the party and nobody should
be in it except members who would
have to bear all the responsibility for
Mr. Larry Gantt observed that he
would have no objections to the secre
tary giving out the proceedings to the
press, but that-the debate should be in
A member called for less talk and
more work, whereupon Mr. Lyles'
amendment was lost and the McCalla
motion prevailed and everybody left
the hall except delegates.
As soon as all those persons not
wanted got out the discussion immeai
ately began as to whether there should
be a primary, an early or late conven
tion or any convention at all. The
Laurens delegate was very much op
posed to any convention at all. It is
said that Laurens is about the only
county that don't want a convention.
The Convention adjourned to go
down to the Supreme Court room as it
was smaller and delegates could hear
The following report of the proceed
ings after the committee went into ex
ecutive session, was furnished late last
night by a special press commitiee ap
pointed for the purpose:
The chair then appointed Mr J. B.
On motion of Mr. McCalla, the tem
porary organization was then made
CoL J. T. Gaston of Aiken moved to
hiave a -convention of Reformers to
nominate a Reform candidate for Gov
ernor and Lieutenant Governor. The
motion was carried almost unanimous
A committee was then appointed by
the chair, consisting of C. M. Efird, W.
B. Mauldin, J. WT.Stokes, D). K. Norris
and T. L. Gantt, on rules and regula
tions and a manner of holding said con
vention. The convention then took a
recess until 5 p. m.
At .5 o'clock the convention reassem
bled and shortly thereafter the com
mittee on plans entered.-the hall and
submitted the following report:
We, the undersigned committee, beg
leave to submit the iollowing report:
1. That a convention for the nomi
nation of State officers be held in the
city of Columbia on the 14th day of
2. That said convention be composed
of delegates to be elected by con ven]
tions to be held in eaeb county on the
9th day of August, 1894, each county
being entitled to double as many del
egates as it is entitled to representa
tives in both branches o:' the General
-3. That the county conventions afore
said be composed of delegates elected
by the various Reform clubs in the
county, each club to send one delegate
for each twenty-five Reformers or ma
jority fraction there'of. In those coun
ties where there are no distinct Reformn
clubs the Reform members of each
club shall be called by the Executive
Reform Commiiteemen to meet at the
usual place of meeting and elect del
eg6tes as aforesaid, to the county con
vention. For the purpose of said elec
1 1,000 WOMEN
Become afficted and remain so, suif
fering untold miseries from a sense
of delicacy they cannot overcome.
BRAUFREWDS FEMALE REGULATOR,
bystimulating and arousing to
hatyaction all her organs,
i-ACTS AS A SPECiFIC.-9
It causes health to bloom on the
cheek, and joy to reign throughout
the frame. It never fails to cure.
TheDBet Hedicser Made for Wmen.
UIj u$fo Aau been under treatment f ZeadZino
Lhow(CE O rsjel' Female Jcegutt
sh a oonooijmkn n w"ang."
N. S.Bmaza, Henderson, Ala.
BRADRIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga,
tion the clubs aforesaid shall be callec
to meet on the 4th day of August, 1894
At such meeting no member shall par
ticipate except such as voted for tb
Reform delegates in the August pri
-mary of 1892, and all the others wh4
will pledge themselves to abide by an(
support >be Reform ticket of the Stat(
Reform convention of 1894.
4. That each 'Reform candidate fo:
Governor and Lieutenant Governoi
shall file with the chairman of thi
committee thirty days previous to th<
meeting of said convention a writtei
pledge to abide by the action of th
convention berein called and suppor1
C. M. EFIRD, Chairman.
For the Committe.
The report was adop(ed.
On motion of Mr. Pickett, the chai:
appointed Dr. Stokes, J. A. Sligb, J. C
Ott, C. M. Efird and J. T. Austin as i
committee to prepare an address to thi
Reformers of South Carolina.
The chair appointed as -a. press corn
mittee H. A. Deal, J. C.- Ott and W
The folowing resolution, offered b3
C. M. Efird, was adopted:
Resolved, That the Reformers attend
lug the various club meetings called b
the committee on the 4th day of Au
gust, 1894, be requested to expres
their choice for Gwernor of this State
and that the chairman of the delegatioi
of each club to the county, conven
tion be required to make return of saic
choice to the county convention helc
on the Sth day of August, 1894.
Mr. J. T. Austin oflelied the followini
resolution and it was unanimousl3
adopted by a rising vote:
Resolved, That we, the representa
tives of the Reform party of South Caro
lina, in convention assembled, do mosi
heartily approve of -the action of hi
Excellency, Governor B. R. Tillman
for the prompt manner in which h4
acted during the past week in supprese
ing violence and disorder and in main
taiuing the suprermacy of the law.
T. L. Gantt moved that the thank:
of the convention be tendered to the
chair, secretaries and doorkeeper foi
the efficient discharge of their respec
On motion, the convention adjourned
subject to the call of the chairman.
The address was issued about 1.3(
o'clock this morning and reads as fol
Four years ago, after years of strug
gle in the arena of reason, with the
forces of wealth and culture and
trained leadership combined againsl
us-a combination confident, exultant
in the pride and prestige of power long
enjoyed-the .teformers of the State
joined issue squarely before the people,
and at the ballot box won their fighi
by an overwhelming majority. But
the struggle did not end there. At
active, intelligent'and aggressive mi
nority has kept up the fight with a te
nacity that, in a better cause, would
command the admiration of all men.
Every resource known to legislative
and judicial obstructionists has been
laid under tribute to retard the per.
formance of the pledges of the Reform.
ers of the State to the people of the
State, and to defeat the operation o1
these pledges .even- after enacted intc
Notwithstanding this active and
skillful opposition, under the most
adroit and astute leadership, we have
performed every pledge made to the
people in .890,.in so far as such pledgee
can be performed under, the organic
law of the State. We have worked out
the reforms we promised the people
and more than we promised. 'With a
clear record behind us, we now stand
face to face with the future, ready and
eager to grapple with new questions
and new issues that shall make for the
upbnilding of the materi prosperity
of the entire people in.larger degree
and upon broader lines than ever be
Moreover, with full control of every
department of the machinery -of g'o
enent, with a constitueney u'nified
and solidified by successful struggle,
we are in position not only to project
larger things for the people, but we are
in position to perform what we pro.
Let us not forget, however, that al
though we have rectified many of the
wrongs of the past and accomplished
the reforms demanded in 1890, there
are still important issues to be settled.
In carrying out the pledges of the past,
questions of the most vital and far
reaching import have been raisea
questions that go to the very founda
tion of government by the people.
The issue has been squarely raised be
tween organized caprtal and the organ
ized people, by whose suffrage aggre.
gation of capital became possible. The
creature has grown so powerful and ar
rogant that it has dared to measure
arms with its~ creator-the State. So
hot have the Reformers made this
fight that corporate monopoly has
been drnven trom its cover and forced
to fight in the open field. Its subtle
grip upon the people's throat has been
loosened and complete emancipation
for. the people is only a question of
time. It is a proper subject for con
gratulation that in this mighty strug
gle, world-wide in its scope, South
Carolina Reformers stand well out
in the front.. It only needs now that
we be true to our principles, to our
country and to our people, and the
victory is sure.
To insure continued success, a cer
tain amount of organization is nece
sary. In 1890 the necessary organiza.
ion was accomplished by a March con
vention. For various and sufficient
reasons such a convention was deemed
inexpedient this year; after full discus
sion in the press, the plan of -holdirg
mass meetings to elect a State Reforrm
campaign committee was adopted.
Meetings were held, committeemnec
were appointed, and that committee it
its assembled wisdom formulated s
plan of suggesting Reform candidates
for Governor and Lieutenant Governor
This plan, as will be seen in the pub
lished proceedings, meets all the re
quirements of a primary for Governoi
and Lieutenant Governor. It meets
the reasonable demands of the peopli
to see and hear and question every
man who aspires to their suffrage, anc
looks to the selection of that Reforir
candidate who gets tbe most Reforrr
votes. It provides for an open fielc
for all who aspire to public preferment
and it is a safe plan.
We commend this plan to the favor
able consideration of the Reformers-o
the State. Study it well; carry out it:
provision faithfully- and our move
ment will enter upon an era of broade
and higher usefulness than in thi
Let every refornmer in the State do hi
duty and we will pile up a bigger ma
jrity for rule by the people than eve
before in our history.
(Signed.) J. A. SLIGH,
J. C 01TS,
J. THtoMr s AUsTIN,
C. M. EFIR.,
J. WILLIAMt STOKES,
Beth Eden Item.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeter visited Union
few days ago.
Miss Ninnie Wallie, of Johnston4
visited Miss Hallie Hawkins las
Mr. J. C. Suber, WV. Wicker hav
returned from the "Land of Flowers,
looking as fresh as "orange blossoms.
We are glad to welcome them home
student ,f Newberry College preache
an interesting sern.on at Beth Ede
last Sabbath. Rev. H. A. McCulloug
of t he same place was also present.
The' little folks had an egg bunt s
Mr. L. A. Hawkin's on Saturday b
fore Easter. They had a lively time.
IThe receDt cold weather has playe
havoc with early gardens and th
Nothing Stands as Bagh
as a remedy for ev
ery womanly ail
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Can anything else
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EXPoSURE TO WET and cold art
which -lead t<
Catarrh in th<
makers of Dr
$500 in Cash
for a case which they cannot cure
OUR PROSPERITY LETTER.
Last week a certain Newberry papei
boasted of having a brave lady in tow:
-a lady that had killed a rat. Pros
perity also has a heroine of whom she
proudly boasts. Mrs. L- a young
married lady had quite an experience
with the rodent last week. Mrs. L.
was the attacking party but his r..
ship did not quail before his fair an
tagonist, who was dealing him many
serious blows; both were squealing at
the top of their voices. The young
lady being the larger of course could
squeal the loudest. Her screams at
tracted her mother's attention who wa:
in the house ironing.. The mother, in
her hurry and excitement, dropped the
iron on her foot sufficiently hard to
have killed several rats. She ran to the
lot as fast as she could. Mrs. L
seeing her mother approaching rapidly
cried out triumphantly, Oh, mother
I've killed a rat! Her husband came
up at thisjuncture, took the dead rod.
ent by his narrative, and carried him
into the house for the cat. The dead
rat was laid out on the hearth and
"kitty," "kitty," was called. As "kit.
ty" approached the dead "varmint,'
he concluded that he would resurrect
himself, and made off at a lively rate
and succeeded in getting under the
house before t'kitty" caught the dead
rat. Mrs. L-did kill the rat.
None of Prosperity's citizens, or of the
surrounding country went to Tillman 's
war. The general verdict being as Till
man brought it on, let Tillman fight it
The commander-in-chief of the forces
in South Carolina did not go to the
front, but remained in his castle.
The state of South Carolina is in an
attractive condition for capitalists and
manufacturers. Under the present
inviting conditions it is expected that
they will now pour into the State by
. The Snah of South Carolina has pro
claimed martial law in parts of his sat
rapy, seized the railroads and telegraph
lines, and sent armed forces to Darling.
ton. For what purpose? Because for
,ootb, the good citizens of this place,
Darlington, whom the Shah hates with
bitter hate, deigned to exercise the God
given right,of self protectiop against a
party of murderous otlaws. These
things do not make us happy and se
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"All run down" from the weakening
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HooD's PILLs are the best family
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An Income Tax Argument.
[From the Peoria Herald.1
Eleven million, six hundred and
twenty thousand families, with an av
erage'income of $968, pay 90 per cent of
the taxes in the United St.ates.
Twenty-five thousand persons in the
United States, it is estimated, owr
among them $31,.500,000,000 worth ol
,Thus 2.5,000 persons, who pay lesi
than 10 per cent. of our taxes, owl
almost three times as much as the in
come of 11,620,000 families-not per
sons. It is time for wealth to begin t<
bear its share of the public expenses.
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Clogging of the pores or mouths of the seba
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The piug of sebum in the centre of the pimiph
is called a blackhead, grub, or comnedone.
Nature winl notalow the clogging of the pore:
to continue long, hence,
Inflammation, pain, swelling and redness
later pus or matter forms, breaks or is opened
the ping comes out and the pore is once mori
- There are thousands of these pores in the fac
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clogged by neglect or disease.
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WELL DONE, CLARA BARTON.
- The Splendid Work of the Red Cross o
- the Sea Island.
. [From the Hartford Courant.]
It was in October-the first of th
month-that Clara Barton and he
t associates of the Red Cross took upoi
themselves the task of caring for th
destitute islanders off the South Carc
lina coast and bringing them througl
the winter. They asked the people t
help them, and the people did hel
them. The people are not in the habi
of shutting their ears and pocketbook
to such appeals. The work of relief of
the islands is by no means over; per
haps some of the hardest of it is yet t
come. But Miss Barton thinks sh
. now sees her way through, and at
[ cordingly she makes-in behalf of th
[I society-this public"announcement':
L "As we have an almost perfect syt
tem of relief, thereby producing tb
greatest amount of good with th
- smallest amount of money: as we, of
1 this field,are not dependent upon taril
- legislation or the ponderous machiner,
of commerce to end this distress, bu
directly upon that great unfailin;
Power that briugeth seed time and bar
vest, we will from this day undertak
to carry the burdens of this relief of
our own shoulders, using t'ie funds a]
ready entrusted to our care as far a
they will go, and our own funds afte
that, when necessary, and will ask ou
friends to use the money and materia
which they had intended for us on tbi
field to relieve distress and suffering ii
their own cities, towr,s and villaget
And with a hearty God bless you fo
your generous aid and no less priceles
sympathy, we take leave of you, ou
Well done, Clara Barton! Well done
Red Cross! Well done, too, kind
hearted, open-handed people-Souti
and North-who have given the woi <
a new illustration of the American wa;
of doing things!
Demorest's Family Magazine.
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very fascinating fad it is, also a profit
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Demorest's Family Magazine, com.
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opportunity for forming a superb col
lection at a minimum expense. Twc
pages are de. ated to exquisite half-ton
portraits of celebrities, quite equal it
effect to fine photos, and about cabine1
size, which are.printed so they may bE
removed without mutilating the Maga
zine and arranged in an album espe
cially designed for the purpose. This it
to be a permanent feature; and thosE
interested in making a portrait collec
tion should avail themselves of thisex
ceptional opportunity, as the portrait:
furnished during tl:e year would cosl
quite $100 in photo form. ft is impos
sible to specify all the brilliant attrac
tions of the April number. The Santa
Barbara Floral Festival is exquisitel3
illustrated; The Story of a Lost Lettei
is also illustrated and gives lots of in
formation about the United Statei
Postal Service; many noted people tel
in Helps in Many Caireers what aidet
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Society Fads- will interest everybody
in Home Art there is a goodly shod
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made at home; there are some excel
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forgotten. The frontispiece Is a charm
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nrrectiorr, after a painting by Carl Gu
thetz, and there is an oil, panel-picture
Lilies and1 Heliotrope, both of then
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besides, over 500 illustrations. Demo.
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Neal Dow and Fltzhugh Lee.
.LSt. Louis Globe-Democriat.]
WASHINGTON, March 21.-At th<
temperance celebration in Conventioi
Hail last night, Mrs. Mattie McClellai
Brown of Cincinnati told an interest
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known,.of an episode of Neal .Dow's
army life. He was once capture<
while asleep in~ a house in the Soutl
and sent to a-Confederate prison. IAfte
some months he was exchanged for ai
oficer of equal rank, who was no less
jb rson than Gen. Fitzhugh Lee.
Something New in Fuei.
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u Welsh rabbit and champagne is an
after-theatre combination In Boston.
A squirrel with eleven legs and four
heads has been caught in Washington
r In Washington State, when the
steam snow ploughs fail, the railroad
e authorities attack the drifts with gun
A Kentucky Judge has decided that
a man who gives up his bu3iness te
P court a girl in behalf of another man
t gets his pay as he goes along, and can
s not sue for compensation in money.
3j The Town Council of Boonsboro, Md.,
suppressed e;g-picking for keeps on
0 Easter, on the ground that egg-picking
e is one of the entrances to the path that
leads down to a gambler's grave.
Judge Waxem's Proverbs.
e [From the Detroit Free Press.J
e It's a skeerce politishan that keepe
1 all bis piomises.
| Ef the Amerikin eagle wazn't a mity
f tuff burd the politikie partys wood pull
t him in two.
? Taiu't the most morrel man that gits
- the most votes.
Some constituants expect a congress.
3 man not only to furnish licker, but to
- drink it.
s Wimmin in polliticks is like flowers
r in a pig pen.
r Politikle reform always wants to re
I form sumpthin else.
s Offis hold in' is contagus.
1 Honesty is the best pollisy ef you can
- git thar on it.
Cures all Female Complaints and Monthly
irregularity, LeucorrhaeaorWhites, Pain in
Back or Sides, strengthens the feeble, builds
up the whole system. Ithascured thousands
and will cure you. Druggists have it. Send
stamp for book.
DLJ. P. DEOMG00LE CO.. LousHlle. Ky.
"ats. we sell from
nInvIratruPe at whole
DII,IsLale rlceer Ship for
s le. Ours at $44 saxe
as agents sell for $75. ours at $55 same as agents sell
fo0i310, ours at,180 wood-rims, 25 lbs., same as an7
$125 .vheel. 12 styles $165 to $0
AGME ROADSTER $55
[Guaranteed same as agents sell for #75 to I11
ACEROAD RACER, 25bs
AMWOOD-RIMS, UU' 80
Guraed ame as agents sellfr $125 thro1u6
agents and dealers as It does to make them. 14%
;rudence and ecnomy suget the bteway ad
llustrated Catalogue free.
Acme Cycle Company,
COLUMBIAN PRIZE WINNERS.
HIGH EST AWARDS
At the World's Exposition
for excellent manufacture,
quality, uniformity and
volume of tone, elasticity
of touch, artistic cases,
inaterials and workman
ship of highest grade.
CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION FREE.
CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAN CO,
- CHICAGO, ILL.
LARGEST MANUFACTURERS OF
1 ANOS AND ORANS IN THE WORLD
BRE A KFAST-SU PPER.
t BO!LING WATER CR MILK.
C '..i.~~~. f.r a fa. I 1 . .- n ,. a
C ~ out wtn the h-at-. Y e t
W.PDBJO -s..fT h.. 2 houbm
Notice of Final Settlemen
TWILL MAKE A SETTVLEMEN'
on the estate of Wade Morgan. de
~ceased, in the Probate Court for New
berry County. S. C., on the 28th (
n April, 189l4, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, and immediately thereafter ap
ply for a final discharge as Administra
Marcnh -,19. A dministratril
A . *Mndei
Castoria is Dr Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute I2 54p
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. p
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by 3p0p=
Millions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea 3 p
-the Mother's Friend. 4(00p
Castoria. Castoria. 03p]
"Castorlaisso well adapted to children that Castoria cures Colic, Constipation, 5 2 p
I recommend it as superior to any prescription Sour Stomach, Diarrhoa, Eructation, BETWE
known to me." H. A. Ancara, M. D.. Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di.
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. gestion, No. 12
Without injurious medication. 30 p
" The use of 'Castoria' is so universal and 400p
its merits so well known that it seems a work " "For several years I have recommended 26
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the pyour 'Cstoria,' and shall always continue to I 4OP
intelligent families who do not keep Castoria do so as it has invariably produced beneficial 11 20 p
within easy reach." 4 reslts." B E
Ca.os 3IARTYN, D. D., EDwrx F. PASnza, 3. D.,
New York Cit. 125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City. Daily.
THE CmiUa COMPrr, 77 MUaAv S'r, Naw Yoa Crrr, 715 ai
11 50 &
>~ $313H0E FO.
.* y$5, $4 and $3.50 Dress Shoe.
h$3.50 Police Shoe, 3 Soles.
$2.50, $2 for Workingeen.
$2 and $1.75 for Boys.
LADIES AND MISSES,
$3, $2.50 $2, $1.75 M
- - CAUTION.-If any dealer Co:
offers you W. L. Douglas Da
- -- shoes at a reduced prce, No.
W) j~11j J~EsA~or says he has themwit. 2a
/ out the name stamped' 4a5n.c
veooe oan the bottom, pwo him 40p
inreseth sle o her ullneofgo." They ca -ffr toOel a assrofit, PTa
e bl C ion,
.M A E - NWER tvE
. AEED sovi
W. L. Shoes are stylish, easy fitting, and give better
atisfaction at the prices advertised than any other make. Try one pair and be conr pM. t
vinced. The stamping of W. L. Douglas' name and 'price on the bottom, which 4 05p.
guarantees their value, saves thousands of dollars annually to those who wear them.
Dealers who push the sale of W. L. Douglas Shoes gain customers, which helps to p. m.;
increase the sales on their full line of goods. They can afford to sell at a less profit, Pal
and we believe you can save money by buying all your' footwear of the dealer adtw 7.~
Used belcw. Catalogue free upon application. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brocktn, Yasf. W. A.
05 M0 JAMIESON, - NEWBERRY
CHAS. TIDMARSH, - WHITMIRES. W.
- A TLG ICWC. T EITUG1 Jr
PADGETT PAYS THE FREIGH A 0 . lton.J84 L ' Ao r
Stand-ortlgu an e : a o ;Can Sm..4%"' 8o4t CaolTand...... N 7rt CarCin
PR ICE Now $15 .:i .-: 953 " 9..ame...... 535 -Ar1)
100 other bsedrorm . L==fs i 1105 Ar....Columbia......LV. 4 20 "
suits, all prices. m i " Al
Just t o intr hince them. ii 30"...Clinton......... " 15 " Be
- No fre g-.t paid on this Or- 2 -41 " .....oreenwood... " 1246 o
gan. Guaranzteed to be a 309 " -....Abbeville...... " 12 15 "Sa
rdorgan or money re- 5a ....thn..-. m Ar B
7 4-' " .....At anta....." 730o Lv
I p m a m
6_20" ...WChar oro... "1140 "Fe
__0"...Calte...."9 30 Lv Ja
p m a m .
- Li 4 24 " .....nderson..... " 11l1
islegant Plush PARLOR si ITS,.consisting *S 10 " ------ ---1Ue " 10 a Lv
of hofa, Arm Chair, Rock1ni Chair, Divan, Pd0 ...panbu" "18 A rOe
anId 2 side ('hairs -wort h $4. Will deliver 1 22 " ....Asville" 748.
it to yo'ur depot for $88 11."...seil.."60H
- K'i..~Thi N.,'aOr52 and 53 solid trains between Charles r
S8EH. MEM i'Ge' PassAent. -
-wIth 21 . B.KENLY. Ge'! Mananger.
pieceso of _ _______
be ~ deie.PARKER'S LvJ
- -- d toyourHAIR BAL.SAMf Ar Ta
depo for a Claes and beanil& the bs,r " Ris
ony$2 IPoomrnemt owth.I
pr &1-ce capdae hair Iais- Merid
A *50 SEI mm .so,ad3.c
writh all attachmflents, for--o
--O NLY $18.50- . gustin
delivered_to your depot. Use Parke's OteTonic. etes the ist Cg, No
* *he regular pric~e~~of Weak Langs, Debsy Indigestion, ain,Take intime.5SeW Closi
IIUGGY1 i6 to 75 dollars. HINDERCON The ogerf e m. 8ai
The rnanufaeturer pye all ch0,B.LPiat
the expe ses arid I el them camt
to yo for *42.70- .O1
and gantee every one a TI ey
bagi.No freight paid riv e
on thi Buggy 1ConU1tI u
A $O0O PIANO on Eaa
-DLALER IN- .- leans,
delivered-at your depot ' . n
all freight paid for $190
Send for catalogues of Furniture, Cooking Tr
aos**-ea Sts.Dinner' St, LamnpO &c., and The~ Largst Ho us08e IR Tick
sAVE MONEY. Address LiurBryan
L.F.PADGETT'80 Bra."G*re't the South. Cor.
______________________Choice Brandies, Wines, Gins, gg
EY8 an Bams Rums and Liquors. of s.C.
ou nsoorr Evr Description. NOR893
ma n-aB.M.WOOLLEY,M.D. * - ~~*
Atat.aOfc10%hthut- Mail Orders Receive
.~ Prompt Attention. 630s
* WOMANSWORK'tT" E
a,S .-..aan..s Dr. I. B, k3MLm, 4a., rU.a. 1 40pa
~'You often hear of other extracts which
e, laim to be ~ius't as good'" as
superb mammoth tintogrph In 12 colors by
hedistinguished artist, 31au Humhe. It Is
2 feet long and 14 Inches wide and wil'esent _
free if you etli your friends. it is called
"Otir -vISITiG," and shows a beautiful, dimpled ~,U~I'au11I
darling clad in a warm, rich, fur-lined cloak. 4WWS USS
basket and umbrella in hand: she pulls the '
snow covered latch, while her golden hair shim-e~
mere in the sunshine, her cheeks blush 'with
merrl,te oy1yu Sure delight prou.m'ir iic be but these claims- on'y call attention to 27pn
friends and snd 14 cents In stamps or silver' for' a .? the. fact that the Company's Extract 4 10m
three months' trial subscription to i.
THE WHOLE FAMILY, THE STANflDR8O ~
an Illustrated monthly magazine with stories, ~~
anecdotes, fash ions and all aticles of interest by . for quality.
best authors and cash q uestlon contests monthly. 0
Rras.x, Pus. Co., 196 Summer St.. Boston. a a e: .~.:.:s .r. :r -- zn- m
A FA LUE V'rTUA LLY VMDSSE
6 7tc~ P e e r .alo a vc-e c.. : _ _::_d _ __w_rs
Four Grand ., deciona t d' esri':.~ an. i:'d:3 : 11b
Thecovr t:atr:r.i '[ m::a:i:31 c"" r mica: lecd, SI- Portart
Shirl ~ ingof wa'..-:-.ari rh: ir.-n ':a : . drp.u-1-n t
0 Tu~ ihi:tnt, with ai -z: itc!-r;d. (- anerhi ;:.'cah
*ie n talc. rs . Al t.r::..ov:.sad h saws, ofW,
* For30Cts. G s(i'ti waer. yo'u it ! r*ee':e -T-. .I . ....a
r ial Gu'ide. 't~~'~" Boable Anemone, 0) i
& v'- ' '-' - -*,* Carmer P'ea,
~Y/- --'V - ' en t.toe.
HMOND AID DAN
t Spencer, F.W. Enide
raIAAD (iawrvIL -
rains ran by75th Meridi
nL. L.......Charleston_..... Ar
a ......... Columbia ...
n ... Pomarfa ..... 314 r
2 .....Popeiy.... 25
a .......Newberry......... 239p= p
n ........Helena...... 235 p.m
a .........Chappelle........ 156 p m
a .......inety-Siz......... 132 p m
a .......Greenwood..... 1255 p m
a ...........Hodges__... 12 5 p m
S .........Donalds.......... 1216 p m
n ........Honea Path....... 1208 p m
n Ar. ............Belton...........Lv.1145 a m
n Lv .......Belton...........Ar.1140 am
a .........Anderson .... 1118am
n ........Pendleton......... 10 36am
n Ar.............Seneca............ Lv. 10 00 am
m Lv..........Seneca........... Ar. 9 45 a m
n Ar...........Walhalla.......... Lv 9 0 a m
a Ar. .......Greeuvilie.......Lv. 1015 a m
EN ANDERSON, BELTON AND GBEEN
m Lv. Anderson Ar. 12 67 p m
m Ar Belton. Lv - 1145 a m
m Lv. Belton Ar. 1 8O a m
m Ar. Wiliamaton. 1109 a m
m Pelzer, 1108 a m
m Piedmont, 10 48 am
m Greenville, C& G 10 15 a m
EN CHARLESTON. JACKSoNvLLE, SA
(AN3AH, COLUMBIA, ALSTON AND
nLv..........Charleston......... Ar. 845 p m
m " .Jacksonvie........." 8 45 p m
n " ...... . .Savannah......... " 4 00 pM
M .........Columbia......... 100 p m
- A ....Alston ........ 120 p m
m ...........Carlisle............ 1126 pm
m ..... ...aatue............ 1117 pm
n . 10 59 p m
m . ........Jonebville......... 10 37 p m
m ......Paoolet........... 1024 p m
m Ar. ........Spartanburg........Lv. 1000 a m
m Lv......Spartanbnrg........Ar 965a m
n Ar. ..AsaheviliL..........Lv. 650 am
E NEWBEBBT, CLINTON AND LAUZZNs
No.15. STATIONS. No.16.
14 am ....Columbia... 41.5 pm
1 .....Gold ~. 135 am
21 ....Clinton... 11 10 am
25 pm Ar Laurens Lv 10 40 am
FYWEEN HODGES AND ABBEVILLZ.
Daily. STATIONS. No 1.'Ez San
No. ?1 MIxed No0.4
n 305pm.LvHodgesAr 255pm 1225pm
m f325pm.L arraugh's u35pm120 pm
m 3 e pmArAbbevilleLv2 3amt50p m
'ECTIONS VIA. F. C. A P. BAILrOA
Daily. CENTRAL TIME Da117. Daily.
No.37. No 38 No. 10.
14r0Upm Ar. Savannah Lv. 50an 720pm
2900pmArJekTcl'nvWeLv. 700am 22pm
is leave burg S. C., A-" C. Divis
nthboan 125 am,505 pm, 622 p m,
ied Limitedg; Southboand,1i7 a m, 300
137 a m. (Veaibuled Llmiteft West.
, W N. C. Division 815p.m for ener
a, Asheville. and aot Spring.
is leave Greenville, S. C -A.:.. C. DIl
orthbound, 1116 a m, 410 pm, and S80
restibuled Limited);Sot 52a.m.
1),, 122t;p. m. (VestibaledIT- j
is leave Sea, S.C., A. &
100 . m., 2 31 p. m., and 4
301 a. m., - 45p. m.
na ralace Sleeing Owron Traina 35 an
ml 38 on A. 35 an
TUL, S. H. tiAEDWIC,
Pasx.Agent, Aaa't (en'1 Pass.A bgL,
Vashington, D.C. AtiantaGs,
12CE SOL .
n'l $uy L., Trati
olumbia, S. C. Washin ,D
GREEN, Gen'l Mg'r. Watmigb,D.C.
a CMtral al 1Pfla RaTar Am,
Lanlah, Jacksonville, St. Augustine,
ala, Tampa, Orlando. and all
EFFECTIVE February 30.1894.
BOUND. TRAIN TAIN TRAIN
wberry.... 23 p m * ..........
Luba.....1240 am 50a m 320p m
imark ..... 204 pm 6.5:a m 133 pm.
rfax......... 244 am -745 am -:13 p m
en dale...... ..-.. 656p m
inpton...... .... 965 in -...
assee...... ...... - 10 30 am ..
.fort....... ...... 1129 ama...
'tRoyal. ...... 1145 am ...
'nnah..... 430 am 1010am 4S0pmn
mswick...l1100ai m .... 850 pm
ksonville.. 920 am 155pm- 905pm
* 4 40 am 8 40am 4 10p m
ugusielo5 ai 8 40 pm ....
naMsa110am 4 10pym ....
iksonville 930am 215pm 930pm
tldo........... 1146 am 14 3pi m120 a m
nesvlle...1253p m f25 pm ...
rer Spring 1 30pi m 00p m - ..
154 pm 600p m -
Ila............. 208 pm 015 pm 214a m
an se.... 6 45p m .... ...
dwood..... 2.9 pm t709pin 132am
ando......... 525 pm ...... 7 556am -
ter PPx.. 550p m-...... 118a m
mehee ... 356 pm 1811 pi 0Sola m
ponp'ngs9'O0p m ...- . 0(, Oain
1tersourgtl0 4p m ..... 135arn
npa........... 5 4p m t102 p mt745 ain
:konville 9 30 am 632p m
a henee.. S 30 pi m12455a34
-er Junce'n 515p m
hi of Colu~mia, Trains use 90thIerid
no. North of Columbia Trainause 755h
I except Sundav. s Sunday only.
57 carrIes through Sleepers to St.. Au
7 Sleepers .Jacksonville and Tampa.
sonnection at Savannah with Ocean
hps Elegant Steamers for New York,
elpla and Boston.- Also with Mer
ections at Tampa for Steamships to
estand Havana, also tor Steamers to
ersburg, Jiraidentown and all Manatee
rections at Jacksonville for all points.
st Coast Line. and with the Jackson
rni and Key West Esilway. and
i's Rver steamers. Also for New Or
ection at River Jnction frChatta
Forida Central & Peninsular Rtra
Great Trunk Line of Florida, and
s ail principal points in the Stat.
for best indexed ma p of Florida to
A O. MAC DONELL.
iral Passenger Agent, Jacksnonville.
PENNING4TON, I. i. FL8MING,
le Manager. Division Pass. Agt,
et Office at Savannah. Cor. Ball and
Sts. Ticket Office at Jacksonville,
ty and Hogan uts.,
BOARD AIR LINE.-Short line to
rfolk and Old Point, Va., and Columbia,
iew line to Charleston, S. C. Efect Jnly
No. 134 Eastern Time; No. l&7; No.41
Daily. except Atlanta1 Daily. Daily
605pm lv Atlanta ar, 730ams 645pm
8 13pm 1v Athena ar 6 16inm 508pm
91lpio ar Elberton lv 622am 4(pi
10 00ptm ar Abbeville 1v 427am1 83p
10 25pm sr Greenw'd lv 402am 1241pm
1112pm ar Clinton 1v 3 Lim 115
1223am ar Chester ar 2 7am 114Sam
i150am ar Monroe vl250am 10O15sm
615Sam ar Raleigh lv 8 30pmn
7 S.amn arHendersonly 6 S3pmn
9 00am ar Weldon lv ' 3p
11l4-iam arRichnond Iv 23p
340mar Wash'ton lv 105a
5 24piar Baltimorelv 9 42am -
749par Philadel Iv 720m
10 35pm aNewYork lvil 1215am
I5 u0amjar Charlotte lv ;10 00pm!
S9 FanaWilm'g'n lvi 50pini
lv Clinton ar' 130pm
ii ar Newberry lV 12 48pm .
1 arProseiyv l m *
LIar Sumter IV 95a
I arCharlestonlv 715am
I f arDarlingt'nIv l 700am
9 2'iam ,lvWeldon(a) ar' 5 21pm
'135amisrPortamn'thar, 3 11p
11l45am;lv Norfolk 1v| 3OOp.
16 Spm tarNorf'lk ba.r 800a
700ain'ar Balto lv; 6 30pm
10 47am iar Piladel lv' 4 4lpm -
555pm lv Portah(n)lv~ 9 10am;
5 10amlar Philadel Iv'1116pm|
8 00am larNewYork Iv a 00pin:
6 00pminlvPorts'h(w)ar! 800am
7 ecpSunday. r.Pl&
aBaLne. tnp VIa New Yor.Pia
sdNorfolkeRailroad. (w) Via Norfolk
ishington .'teambot Co. Trains Nocs. '34
run solid with Pullman buffet sleeping
~tween Atlanta and Washngtonand
n Buffet parlor ears between Washing
L New York. Parlor car Weldon and
oauth: Sleeping car Hamlet and Wli
. Trains No.34 and 41 carry through
s between Atlanta and Charleston.
0. V. SMITH. Traffic Maa.
JOHN C. WINDER, Glen'1 Maager.
. GLOVES. Div. Pan. Agent. A tlana.
b goam aonesa owBS...in,. Asit.nto.
L I. ilIO. fitCER'S TII.EI 6UE.